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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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BUENOS AIRES
AN INDEPENDENT
DAILY NEWSPAPER
THE COSMOPOLITAN
CAPITAL...
BRANIFF
IHTIIN ATI O N W Alfi
"Let the people know the truth' arid the country i$ afe" 'Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R P., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1956
A YEAR

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BROOKLYN, 10

The Brooklyn Dodgers took the World Series
j "ce right down to the wire this afternoon with a
0-mning thrill packed 1-0 win over the New York
This ties up the series three games each, with
everything depending on tomorrow afternoons
game in little Ebbets Field.
Todav's cliff-hanger duel between pitcher Clem
Labine and Bob Turley ended in the bottom of the
tenth when Jackie Robinson drove home Junior UU-
liam from second. n jZ&jj t
It was Brooklyn's first run in 19 innings. It
couldn't have come at a happier time for Brooklyn
fanS A full report on the game is carried on the
back page.

Keep. Suez .Out Of Politics
I 5 rl W o

Democrats Press
Local Hunl For

Campaign Cash

West Point To Have

Vacancy For local fc

Resident In June 1

The Democratic Terntorial
Committee, which is ssk'ng
contributions from local U.S. Citi Citi-,n
,n Citi-,n .v.. n are not bar-

e?s.ysTc.npt with pride to
the record of past Democratic
ministrations m their treatment of

government worw, m u

zone, urn iimcta, --
man, today, can remember we
difference contributions

cannot carry any promise, as
n.mrtc Hn not oDerate v n a t

way," the spokesman saw.
"Democrats do not 9

campaigns financed by "i.
men, who know what they want,
at the campaign ef Vice Presi President
dent President Nixon far senator was fi financed
nanced financed by wealthy California,
including Herbert Hoever Jr.,
l c.alirif nt ST a It.

IMW wimr - -V-'.
"They can't go after the n 1 g
ones- This is explained by Roger
L Stevens, New York theatrical
producer ami real "Ute man
who, is Chairman of the J"
""'Recently the Talk of the Tjwn
Man of the New Yorker talked to
Stevens and learned that he is giv giving
ing giving seven 12-bour days a week to
his work for the Democrats
" 'My real problem, Stevens
:. tk.t ciauaninn is the first

says, is ui
,iiitp there's ever been who

.1 t..i-lu nnn't make deals. SO a

lot of money you d normally get
isn't available.' .
'That is the reason," the local
spokesman said," the democrats
have to ask for $5 or even one dol-
: i.A t tsnon thousand or e-

ven $1000, if BepubiicaM go that

low.

Personal requests eta not be
i u.. iVivv arp in the U-

nited States, the spokesman went

on, so contributors will have io
thp initiative and send their

contributions to David Bob lea,

Rofeles will see that me eomri eomri-butions
butions eomri-butions reach the Democratic Na Na-tional
tional Na-tional Committee in the shortest
possible time.
Colony Of Jap Army
Stragglers Found
Outside Manila
MANILA, OC. lUJh-A
"colony" of some 50 World War
H Japanese Army stragglers was
discovered In the mountains near
robs la Mindoro province, ac according
cording according to reports reaching
Manila today.
Authorities and residents of
Rons and Mandalay found the
Japanese when floods inundated
the two towns to Southern Min Min-nm
nm Min-nm lost, eat and forced towns-

neoDle to evacuate their homes

and seek safety to the moun mountains.
tains. mountains. The Japanese are believed to
be remnants of the garrison
which slipped out of Calapan
before American and Filipino
troops entered the provincial
capital in 1945.
The reports said many of the
Japanese had married women
of tho Mangy an mountain
tribes,

A vacany at the VS. Military
.i west Point for ap-

pointment from the Canal Zone
will 'occur next June with the
graduation of cadet Donald San San-born
born San-born Tribe, according to official
notice received here by the com

mittee on selections.
The varanrv will be filled On

nomination of Gov. W. E. Potter,
who win nominate for appointment
one principal candidate and three
alternates. ,
Candidates for the appointment
must be sons of civilian residents
of the Canal Zone, or sons of civi civilian
lian civilian employes of the U.S. govern government
ment government or the company-government
residing in Panama. ..'
and informs-

Ajjuuiaw -an 1
tion are available from off icia s of
the Balboa and Cristobal H i g h
. ... J tk. Canal Zone JUh-

5cnoois ami

ior College. Stuoenis now m
Canal Zone schools or other email email-...riiKti
...riiKti email-...riiKti Kvins oa the Isth

mus should contact the school offi

cials y w

Prospective eanaioaws

th arnmi c miL wiiu

iwxv irani uic a,M.

are eugible for the appointment

because their nomes are u u
the Isthmus, may obtain applica-

ki..b. frnm th Secretary.

Committee on Selections, Box 104,

Balboa Heights, uanai ohm.

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foTI Security Council

Suez Crisis

nrhn ni nrelimina

miuiu."J i

ry physical examinations wm

MRS. INEZ McKENZlE. Paralso housewife and secretary of the Paraiso Civic Council, !s seen
cutting a royal blue ribbon during a ceremony which marked the formal opening of the new
Paraiso Commissary yesterday. Mrs. McKenz'.e was accompanied by Ellis Fawcett, second
from the left, president of the Paraiso Civic C ouncll and several other members of the or organization
ganization organization The ceremony also was attended by Wilson Crook (center), Supply and Emoye
Service Bureau Director; Charles P. Shay, acting chief of the Retail Stores Branch, right,
and R G. Rowe, manager of the Paraiso Com mlasary, far left.

Miguel CortO WHI f I Kefauver Says Elsenhower, Strauss

Head New Reporting i Corrupting AEC's independence

AnfllYSiS Stiff Jk tS ROUTE WITH KEFAUVER Tuesday, that the United Stat

Asristantw ver' today accused President Eis- Ruffkl Mie struggle to
a, has been .nhower sad Atomic Energy Com. electricity 'from the aton

TnwnnN net 9 fUP)

Th attitnrie of the United States

towards the Suez crisis has led to

growing anti American leeiing

in Rritain anrl western Eurooc

the Daily Telegraph said today.
'They should refrain from

hlnwin? now hot. now cold, in

matters which, as we believe, con

cern our very existence; and

which, in the long view, may well

concern theirs also," the paper

said.

'For Nasser's action threatens

to put outside the range of any

sort of influence by America or
by her friends; oil reserves which
in the not very diitant future.

may tip vital pom to us ana to me

Amerirsns It is an outraee a-

gainst the rule of law it threatens

to bring Communism into the

Middle East. Surely there is no

room for variations of tempera temperature
ture temperature or for shudders at 'colonia

lism' here. . I

'Britain. France and the United

States are said, not for the first

time during the past two dismal
months, to have reached comple

te agreement. Let us hone this

time that the phrase means what

il says over a wide enough field

Hears Dulles'
Plea For Peace
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VIII I hi a I W I i falif W I III VMII Vvl
States said today settlement of the Suez crisis depends
on "insulation" of the waterway from international politics.

Secretary of State John Foster Dulles told the United
Nations Security Council that unless Egypt agrees that
the Canal must not be used as "an instrument of national
policy" by any country there is little hope of a negotiated
settlement.
Dulles again voiced full American support for an An-glo-French
resolution calling for international control of

the waterway and urging tgypt to deal with the Western Western-formed
formed Western-formed Suez Canal Users' Association while negotiating

a settlement.

J Mioiiol ftnrrn. Staff

ilia aa r laatinnna- iuvihuu.

...2ntJ heart the new Reoort

fnf and Special Analysis Staff ef

fAAtiira ninv i it nas men au-

nounced by the Office of the Comp Comptroller.
troller. Comptroller. The new organization will

be a combination of the Reports

and Reconciliation Branch and tne

Special Analysis Staff Of tne Ac
counting Division.

Deer Hunter Dies
After Piercing
Self With Arrow

...r-it an avgm ni ns. out

cessful candidates wiU then be ib ib-trtnOWH
trtnOWH ib-trtnOWH hv the committee at

D.lkna Uoiohtc

Ddl'M'O lS.avaia
The principal candidatei ana tne
alternates nominated by the Gov-
ta.ill K rennirtv. to take the

CUIUS TV
Military Academy quaufymg exa-

mmauons.

Aanlirants must be not less then

IT or more than- 22 years of age

on July 1, 1957.
Death-March Marine

Has To Serve Only

13 More Days In Brig

P ARRIS ISLAND. SC.. Oct S

(UP) Pvt. Matthew C. McKeon,

stripped of his sergeant s stri

walked without escort to the brig

yesterday to finish a three-months
sentence for the April t "death

march.
With time off for good behavior

McKeon will actually have to
serve only 213 days becoming el eligible
igible eligible for release Oct. 21. The sen sentence
tence sentence runs from Aug. 4, the day
he was convicted by general court
martial. In Nov. 4. hut the former

drill instructor is entitled to five

days off per month or IS days
total for good behavior.
All told, including seven weeks
before bis trial, McKeon will have

spent nine weeks behind oars

when released.

For seven weeks after the fate

ful night when he led his 74 man

recruit platoon on a march 10

Ribbon Creek to teaeb the men

discipline, McKeon was locked up.

The nlatoon. most of its members

teen-agers, panicked in the dark
water and six of the rookies

drowned.

Navy Secretary Charles Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, who ordered McKeon freed

from the bris several weeks be

fore his trial, which began July

The preparation ef Internal fi
nancial statements, now perform
t tho nennrts and Reconcilia

tion Branch, is being transferred

to the General Ledger an Pro Processing
cessing Processing Branch of the Accounting

Division where the function will

k. lurfnrmtil in a newlv-estab

liahed Consolidations and Internal

Reporting Section.

a nat.iva nf fleet. Snain. Mr,

rrM i a naturalized United

states citizen, and has been with

the Accounting Division since 1919.

He has held various positions in

this unit and before being made

Staff Assistant, was Chief of the

General Accounts Branch.

Insurance Broker

Edward Maduro
Dies Suddenly

awJ

inner Teuiis StTSUSS Of

corruption of the commissions
independent status.

In S statement issuea u ne
xmmianpH hv motorcade i n

New Jersey, the Democratic vice

presidental candidate renewed nis

attack on Strauss aaminisirawm

f tl, ART

Once again the controversial

Dixon Yates power contract was
at the heart of Kefauver's charge

Kefauver said in a speecp iasi

Crowned Rose Gives

Clue To Old Wreck

Off Florida Keys

1

In a statement issued at the

White Haute. Strauss had de

maaded that Kefauver withdraw
the charges. Kefauver promised

to exnand them instead.

Meanwhile at ureat r a l is

Mont., Adlai E. Stevenson charg
ed today the Republicans delibe

ratelv eroded natural resources

of the nation for the benefit of

private power, mining and tim
hpr interests.

As the Democratic Presidential

candidate aimed his campaing

toward the politically rumbling
Northwest, he stopped first in

conservation conscious Montana

to accuse the Eisenhower ad

ministration of scrapping a n

earlier bipartisan! nolicv for ore

servation of national parks and

forests

Stevenson said the Republicans

WASHINGTON. Oct. 9 (UP) reversed the intent of Congress

m l.i j ii and hevan ffivinc awav dud r

A crowneo rose neiueu ine -.

Smithsonian Institution solve the lnds to private interests oeni on

mystery of a ship wrecked off P0111-

the Florida Keys more than 200

y Mendef L. Peterson, Smithson-
ILuis Somoza Chosen

ian xnsuiuiiua cuiaiu. v
history, and several other persons

explored the wreck, located near

a submerged reef about 35 miles

southwest of Marathon. Fla.

The institution said today that

Peterson found a "crowned rose,"! LEON. Nicaragua, Oct. 9 8 (UP)

the insignia of England s Tudor governing Liberal Party

and Stuart kings, cast into me vesterdav unanimously nominal

harrel of a cannon Which be- h otina President I Jill Somoza

longed to the ship. to succeed his assassinated father

Through this ne was aoie to m is party candidate in next year s
the approximate date when the presidential elections.
L amailr U.. rmrz-hinn rBr. I rrtU T 1 1 1 .. I ,-. .1 Cnrvinii

snip was suuiv. vj .m.,mu a.v- ine i.iuerai Bricntrti oumuia
ords of the British admiralty over during a special convention in the
1L.4 - U- A ,rnnarAl tVl0.f iVlA i.t S. ...1 U. f.tl,nr

mat periuu uc um.wwcu ansa wv irapg vnenLcr wucic ms muici,
frigate "Loo," carrying 44 guns.) Gen. Anastasio Somoza. was
was lost off the Keys after run nominated to run for a new six

lis Liberal Parly's

(Presidential Entry

EDWARD MADURO

Edward Delvalle Maduro,

ning aground in 1744.

Sailing from Cuba, the institu

tion said, the frigate ran against
the reef and sank. The 280 men,

under the command of Capt

Ashbv Uttinc. were stranded on

year term only a few hours be

fore he was shot hoot. Zl Ov a

voune man named Rigoberto Lo

nei Perei.

Gen. Somoza died of his wounds

a week later in a hosnilal in the

hostile! Panama Canal Znoc and his son

nearbv Luis ws installed as President

for the balance of his term Dy

rnnorecs That term ends Mav 1

1957. the elections are scneauiea

the shallow reef while
Indians swarmed on the

coast.

After two days work, the sea seamen
men seamen were a hie. to set several

amall hoats in working order and for Feb 3.

aailed ud the coast toward Port Luis Somoza. in his acceptance

Unv.l Sr.. All ?m men were sneech. nledffed to carry out the

rescued. I platform drafted by his father

Are You Ready?
Art you ready tt to go
to the annual Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Ball?

It's Friday night MfHatat I)
PsneaM wHh ip.c.a, tmphasit
on entertainment by Al Martin
and hit band, and a lively floor
shew.

Dulles, the last speaker in the

council's debate which Included

six foreign ministers before
him, called for a Suez settle

ment" bv Deaceiui means... in

conformity with the principles

of Justice and laternauonai
law."

"The problem we face," ne

said, 'is not that of restraining
not innc mhlfri Art halUenau and

...hinh ,.nt war ttnr ia It UM

the principles of Justice and
of international law are clear.
The problem we face ia that
of dealing- concurrently with
peace and justice, ai a requir required
ed required by our (N.N.) charter.
'Tf mil- nniinnll ivAm it-.,

- ww v iiuus itseir im impotent
potent impotent to Secure et.tlem.! v

peaceful means in accnrrlanea

with the principles of tiutiea

twnaUonsi law, then W

of international law, or for ap

plying justice wnere (tne equities
are confused.
"Peace is sought by all, and

TOMAS MARTINEZ, a Panamanian Indian, is shown being
transferred from an Albrook helicopter stretcher to an am ambulance
bulance ambulance bed after being evcauated from Cacao yesterday after,
noon by an Air Force helicopter. An accidental gun shot
wound in Martinez's left leg resulted in the loss of a great
amount of blood. A runner brought word of the accident .0
the Hydrograpr.ic Station at Madden Lake, which when for forwarded
warded forwarded through diplomatic channels, put Into action an hc.i hc.i-copter
copter hc.i-copter from the 5700th Air Base Group at Albrook. Capt.
William B. Peel, helicopter pilot, Is shown ass sting In ti.e
transfer of Martinez. Dr. Fred TenEyck Albrook Flight Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon (shown extreme upper left) administered a blood substi substitute
tute substitute immediate'. after the helicopter landed at Albrook prior
to taking Martinez to Santo photo)

lore nis inai, wmcn oegan Juiy :
16. last week sharply reduced SWffiJ" P'n,n? Ins"raHn,v

nttnishment hanHeH the jtl-vear.

old Korean combat veteran by the
court.

U. i J ...Ml.. mM

, .... . nt was luui.u aaaiiM m nc(iiKci
,.SJfr9?JAG0N- M,ch 004 -1 homicide and drinking in a bar bar-lJrP)JTI)llny
lJrP)JTI)llny bar-lJrP)JTI)llny PU,S' E,ln'! racks housing single enlisted
111., died today of an arrow wound men; but was acquitted of man
despite 18 prats of blood which; slaughter, oppression of troops
were rushed to him by state and drinking in the presence of a
Pol'ce. I recruit.
His death was ruled accidental! He was sentenced to nine

by Coroner Wlllard Driscoll. months st hard labor, a bad cost
Pilas was deer hunting yester- duct discharge, reduction to pri pri-dsy
dsy pri-dsy afternoon in a wooded area vate and $270 fine.

:n me upper peninsula when he
HI on the arrow which entered1 Thomas, acting as convening
h s stomach and kidney. He was authority, threw out the bad con-

brought 50 miles to a hospital dvet discharge and fine, and crt

here where surgeons operated. I'e prison tr-m to three mon'hs
Three friends were with Pilas, tie left sU"' the order redut
00 the hunting expedition. ing McKeon to private.

Americans Accused Of 'Inspiring And Stimulating

Stories On Queen Juliana's Faith Healer Troubles
.... 3 t...

weU
cir-

rles died suddenly vesterdav after

noon at the age of 43. Death was

I AMSTEPDAM, The Netherlands accurate, not to say lyinf press
Um UuIhm nHnr inOri q ( IP a n v e r n ment! ramnaicns. if it were not that

T1I- S 1 t jL.l ,, I mi iar4

a. 1- t 1 1 11a 1. Rlm.litiixtW sfaaan that etrtrlC fit a tlOIV

inn I riii ni ifiauilMJ. iu;t s w f tui-ica ssieaa uiv a rva v l

mington. Last week he was elect- rift in Holland's Royal family sre

ert nrrtirtent ol me insurance ro- insoirea ana aumuiaicu nviu

American quarters," the influenti influenti-al
al influenti-al Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf

said way.

ker Association of Panama.

A member of the Lions Club,
he is survived by his wife Julits,
his children Patricia, Marlena and

Carlo Eduardo. his brother. Hon- Amsterdam said the Dutch Roy

t. Uariurn of Aruha. N. W. I., and! crisis is beeinnins to smoulder

his sisters Esther and Emily of again, 'lhcy speculated tne laiesi

Foreign press

reports reaching

the Dutch Royal

Panama.

Funeraf services were held

the home of the deceased at
this morning. Burial wss at
din de Pas cemetery,

conflict between Queen Juliana
anal Prince Rernhard was touched

at off hv the nueen's desire to see

9:30 Holland become a permanent neu-Jar-jtral
in World affairs.
"One should shrug off these in

court and government circles are

wondering themselves with grow-

ins concern wnai ine aims are uc-

hind this renewed activity in the
international press, De Telegraf
said in a front page story.

'In view of the system in this
ramDaian certain

VUI1CUV - .
court and government circles fear

that this campaign is inspira anu
stimulated from American quar quar-ters,
ters, quar-ters, where naive views are held
when so-called pacifist and Com Communist
munist Communist influences are to be en encountered,"
countered," encountered," the newspaper continued.

.j .l rnmon in. 1, vnnir In neutralist ui rntuir.

formation service blames the although she is frrmly opposed by
a 4 i M M . w u a fw nirn urnI

crisis on the fact that no pany ner conion, bimhc dciU...u.

has an absolute majority ana ei-joeiieves no.iana n,u ... .. -forts
to form scceptable coali-i member of the .North Atlantic

.;.. th. aeneral e cctions Treatv Oraaniaznon inniui

UU1ID oaiav s, IllV 1 w

calamity oT

- w pvpviUVUB,
Refni- nniu t.

r. ajiwue, Yugoslav
foreign minister Koca Popovio
rejected the Ano-in.aran.k ...

olution as not providing an.

basis for an agreemertt.
He urged 'particular atten attention"
tion" attention" for suggestions made
yesterday by Belgian foreign
minister Paul-Henri Spaak
that the Suez problem might
be solved through internation international
al international treaties.
Popovlc endorsed the plan for
private meetings of the council
which start late today, and said
the Sovleft suggestion of a nego negotiating
tiating negotiating committee could be. a
'useful line of advance" for the
study of ideas set forth by
Egypt.
Dulles said the canal was
Egyptian only In the sense that
it passes through 'what Is now
Egypt."
"But the canal d not, and
never has been, an Internal
affair of Egypt with which
Egypt could do what it want wanted,"
ed," wanted," he said. "It has always
been, from the very day of It
opening, an International wa waterway
terway waterway dedicated to the free
passage of tbe vessels of all
nations.
" Ti f rhfliai.t. . .m t.l.-H

ikki ms ai. interna,
tional right-of-way was guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed for all time bv the IMA

convention. Egypt ran not

rightfully stop any vessel or caT caT-go
go caT-go from going through the canal..

'And for those who use that
right-of-way to combine and to
secure the observance of their
rights Is not a violation of

Egyptian sovereignty, but a

clear exercise of rights accorded
by International law. namely,
the convention of 18M:" the
past but had expounded ft before
the council In previous debates)

tn 1947 ana 1954.

"If such a waterway may he
used as an instrument of na national
tional national policy by any govern government
ment government which physical I v con controls
trols controls It," Dulles said, "Then It
ii bound to be an internation international
al international bone of content'on.
"Then no nation depending on

the canal can feel sure," he
said.

"All. but the controlling na nation
tion nation are condemned to live un

der an economic sword of Dam

ocles.
Dulles compllme n t e d the
council members for the debate,
which he said "has on the who
been temperate and construc constructive."
tive." constructive." "J say, 'on the whole," he

said, "for there have been ex-

. 11 3 1. -... trii limit 9 turn hiv inn 'enroll bv faith heal

cabinet for the past four months er and cult leader Greet Hofmans jcept'ions. One such was the por

of June 13 have failed.

Hoi

But some sources outside

land believed that socialist pre

mier Willem Dress caretaker

ffm;ammcnt is reluctant tO See a

..hin.f Wnl before the

tl- T, VIUIU,, 1VJ. ....

problem in the Royal household

has been settled.
Fnnin nrecc renorts Said the

47 year old-Queen juuans, pre

n. TeWraaf ouotcd authonta

tive sources as saying Queen Ju Juliana
liana Juliana "has not had a sincle con

tact with Miss Greet Hofmans

since Aug. 24."
This wss when a commission
of three elder statesmen announc announced
ed announced the Queen had dee'ded to break
off all relations with the faith
healer 'to avoid further undesir undesirable
able undesirable difficulties.'' ...

t rival hv the Soviet foreign

minister (Dmitri Shepilov) of

so-called 'U.8. monopolies ciaa,
as he put it, in 'snow-white
robes' and with 'whetted appe appetites'
tites' appetites' on the prowl throughout

the world seeung new vicuum.

'another ercentlon was the

Soviet foreign minister's propos

al that we snouicr remit

jroblem to a committee 01 wmcn
he Soviet foreign minister

said: 'The most important requl-

alte Is thaft tne composiuon w
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Tae Mad In a a eaa fatwa tat reads f Tha Nmm Aaaarkaa
Im era rssaivsd srtMully aad aia heasled hi a whaiW eaarftesotlal
Ir'rss fsairiauis a taMsi Wr ka lasastiaat if 8 dsasa't 88888 ray
asl day Letters ara eub!uhtd in the ardar lacarrad.
fiaiM fry fa tka lattan limited to ssa pets lensth.
Isssiry af laHar wrifars it held fa tfrictasf eonfiesncs.
This awaaasir Mamas as rstposwfcility tar ttatsataati as aaraisai
saaiiaud ia latftrt fraat readers.

THE MAIL BOX

Sir:

CALL OF DUTI

Labor News
And
Comment

This Wasn't, in the Script

By VICTOR RII5IL

"battle

it was with Dleasure that I read recently in your paper

about, a iellov.-Zonian who received an award and citation lor

work over and beyond the call of duty. Tnis was all very ni.e i

but then, one scops to think why this one doctor.' wny no.
the entire pediatric staff? Where was the resident, the in internet;
ternet; internet; nurses and etc.? Were they not also working arojrri
the clock? Surely the one doctor was not the only one on 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour duty.
Then one thinks back how about a pediatrician who .or

two years was alone on 24-hour duty, aoes he not aiso Qeser.e
a citation? At the same time, how about the doctor, on
obstetrician, vho was also on for weeks alone?
Then we tliink further back, who doesn't remember the
Lisholt disaster the families ot the victim and certainly t!ie
victims themselves, who are aiive todiy bceause of the surgical
staff at Gorgas, who worked for wee.cs around the clock w.th w.th-out
out w.th-out thought af reward doing the job they were trained anc
expected to do. Didn't they, too, deserve a citation?
I am sure there are many instances of other department?
firemen, policemen, or what have you who have worked
long, tedious overtime hours without thought of reward, ex except
cept except to do the joo they were expected to do.
Just when tioes overtime become work over and beyond tut:
call of duty?
Puzzled

COWS AND PEOPLE
Sir:
People is nice. That is, some of the people is nice. The
nice one:, tnat is. I used to thins that caows was jist as ni-.e
as people but then maybe I was biased on account of I jpead
more time with caows than with people an I unaemand (hem
better.
Mules and jackasses is different now. You cant compare
people with muies and jackasses. Well, maybe jist not with
muies. Mules is smart an think real good an cant be fooled
two easy an not twlct on the same thing. People on tocher
hand can be looled time an time agin by the same bait 1U"
fish until they git hooked real fjood. Ilien it aint fatal thv
learn to keep auay from that kind of bait. But then they tail
fer another lend. A mule is dilferent. You fool him onct.
lffen youre lutkey that is, an chances are you wont fool him
agin, pervided lie dom kicit yer brains out after the first time.
Now caowa Is real nice. They dont bother easy an amt
two smart an spend practically ah there time turnin feed into
milk an by-proaucis. Most Is gentle tn good natured an you
dont need two much brains to keep one jump ahead of a caow
which is one of the reasons maybe that people think so muo'.i
of caows on account of caows make them feel superior. But
jist between you an me, lffen a feller couldnt outsmart a caow
ha oughta be taken Into pertective custody fer hit own peit. peit.-tion.
tion. peit.-tion. Hes habit,.0 nun his self real bad. v
But gitten batk to people. Red Ad 1 was talkln about things
an people. Kei caid he naa bin havin some bad times lately
on account somebody or tother has bin tryln to give him tne
inside backhand almost every day an iffen it aint bin one feller
Its bin another.
Red said he was gittln sour on the human race an so far
as he Is concerned the race has bin run an was over an human
beans (beens? Mr. Ediior, you take yer choice on that woro.i
has come in second. I ast Red what he perfered to a humtn
an he said a Chevrolet. 1 knew he was jokin an ait him how
about caows an he got mad an left.
Maybe im sentimental about tnem critters but caows bring bring-out
out bring-out the best there is in me. Im happy when Im with em, nus3
em when Im tway from em, they pervicte me with work an a
Job an gives milk fer babies an oid folks an fellers with ulsiee,
they kepe the grass cut, an perduce fertilizer. They alsa in inspire
spire inspire me to write pome, they smell leal good, they is mainly
honesi an never mean an live an let live an Is never lookr.:
fer the Inside track an tryin to git one up on nobody. Yeasire;,
caows is all right.
But people is nice two. I met a lot of nice people lately
males an females ooih. People that is cooperative an friend. friend.-an
an friend.-an will go away outen the way to help you iffen you needs
there heip an uey knows about it. Its gratifyin to find this
feelin aint as rare as many people thins this feelin o; a
helpm hand an its nice to know there is so many hands Ukj
that around to help lffen you need it. Its a gooa feelin when
fellers olfer to heip or even iffen you have to ast them for
help an they come right up an gives it.
Now a caow will never do that. A caow will give you what
she can if ten ou treat her decent out people fer the most
part will go to a lot of trouble an inconvenience to help you
even without vcur astin an thats a nice thing an I like that
an it makes vou feel good. An thats ine mam difference be between
tween between caows an people.
Weil. Mien it aint the main difference, its one of the most
important ones.
Sadeye Sam

MILWAUKEE Here the

at tne baintubs rages.

.Minions oi dollar; nave gone
down tke drain in a two and one one-half
half one-half year old labor war unnoticed

by the public although the out

come could have more impact on

me nauon man many an election.

It s a war between Kohler of

Kohler, designers, manufacturers
and purveyors of glistening bath bathroom
room bathroom fixtures and equipment, and

waiter Keulner's Ante Workers
Union, easily the heaviest concen concentration
tration concentration of fighting strategists in inside
side inside labor. While, wage increases

and union recognition are two of

the issues in the strike, the big biggest
gest biggest hassle has been-over senior seniority
ity seniority protection and arbitration of
discharges.
In this war. which already lias

cost the union some $8,000.0000,
Kohler is attempting to prove that
no union can prevent a firm from
turning its wheels and running its
assembly lines. It is still produc producing
ing producing and reported to be making a
profit. And the Auto .Union, in ef effect,
fect, effect, is fighting to show that a
company which defies it can be
boycotted into shutting its doors.
The public may not be fasci fascinated
nated fascinated by this labor war during
which a supply-ship has been
turned away from its dock and
men have been wounded outside
plant gates but a small informed
circle in Washington, the white
House and industry most certainly
is. If Kohler continues to put its

products in the bathrooms of

America, labor's boycott weapon
will for a long time be useless.

If America's bathroom doors, are
closed to Kohler, then few big

firms will defy picket lines in the
future.

I

rwK -w ,sza "s.

Characteristically, the

niques used by Reuther's

tech-

people

Peter Edson In Washington

cik Washington
Merry-Go-Round
ry DftBW PR ARSON

WASHINGTON Despite Ed. have been synonymous. Should

Foote's hasty resignation as No. he fail to carry tie county, Get Get-2
2 Get-2 man in the Justice Depart- tysburr and Aoams county stand

ment's Antitrust Division, eon- disgraced before the world,
gressional investigators are still t
going over his stock-market tran;- "Call it self-interest if you will.
actions with a fine-tooth comb.! the leUer adds. "That's about
He's me official who bought some what it is. Gettysburg and Adms
$35,000 worth of oil stock in the J county have profited tremendous

warren reiroieum-viuii uu mei- ly in oouars ana, even more so
ger just after he was called upon: in priceless prestige building

to pass on the merger. For

OK'd the merger, then rushed t ft
and bought stock in bis wife's
name.

Dublicitv."

- fe
The Travel Council urged Us
members "to make sure that ev ev-erybody
erybody ev-erybody votes in November 6 and
that the vote is in support of the
President" and to contribute "to
the Republican Finance Commit Committee
tee Committee of Pennsylvania, which, in
turn, finances the activities of the
county committee,"

It turns out he also bought and
sold stock in many companies
that were under investigation by
the antitrust division. The trad trading
ing trading was done in his wife's name,

but Footc personally placed most

ot tne orders.

This, claimed the council

For example, he bought $7 ,293 1 an investment in Gettysburg fu fu-worth
worth fu-worth of Phillips Petroleum stock hire."

on July 26, 1955, and sold it for

.22i on Feb. 21. 1956. During Note 1-Getly:burg happens to
this same period Fetfe took an be in a Democratic district, and
active interest in an antitrust' Ike's cnner-pitman is sakpu

ease involving
pipeline.

Philips-owned

Foote also bought $14,049 worth
of General Motors stock, but has

tily sold it the same day for $13,-

young James Omilev. who has

made quite an impact during hit
first term In Washington.
Note 2 There's so much inter

est in the Eisenhower farm that

while the Antitrust Division ; the biggest disappointment of la

469

was supposed to be investigating
r- u

ui.i a uiuuiing oi passenger cars.
Foote invested heavily in Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler and Ford, too, while their
contracts with dealers were be

ing uncMisntea oy nis antitrust confess that they saw only Ihe

s l, i""1"1 w iann Duimings and grounds
worth of Chrysler stock on March Mamie just didn't want too mahy
31, 1955. and sold It for S8.725 nn fnll- tr.lnm. u

HV, AHv Jt AAV avugjii L.,Oi-)

dies who visited there at the re recent
cent recent GOP rally was that they
weren't invited inside the house.
Everyone back home asked them
about it later, but thev had in

July 20, 195S

worth of Ford stock Jan. 26, 1956
sokl it for $2,376 on March 13

1956.

are

WASHINGTON (NEA) In: personal actions toward him-be- his work there as he can in

hav-P h(.n rtsrinff harri-hiitins .nHivIew of all the discussion aboutifore Chicago, at Chicago and eluding office work.

widesnread. Here, in MilwauVee whether Vice President Richard since. I The two candidates

not too far from the community of M. Nixon is qualified to succeed
Kohler, I'm told that the airwaves! to the presidency, there's one
have been heavy with the union's other question being rLecussed
messages. around Washington. It sums up, in
'an ever simplified sense, what
With funds supplied by the beer! this 1956 election campaign is all
city labor movement, the union about. The question:
brought one minute radio spot an- whom would J011 r'her nave
nouncements over the two biggest as president in 1961-Nixon, or
stations. Eight times daily, seven1 Sen. Estes Kefauvere
days a week, the union message' , .. ...
appeals for boycott of Kohler pro- Republican National Committee

ducts. These labor commerrials has put out a new, temporary

nrnmnlii nn ion.ni arts) nlnmhinc "Handv Facts for Speakers

ware They attack the skill of un "ose-ieii caraa arc mnuuci en aoesr t minx mucn oi ine sug-
Kohler's non-union workers and of arguments for campaign ora-! The common impression of theigestion by Clothing Workers'
Hu nnuwt it.w I tors to incorporate in t h e i r Democratic standard bearers this president Jacob Potofsky that

President Eisenhower's first
speech idea that the savings from
world disarmament be applied to
a world aid and reconstruction
program is a new administration
pitch.
The previous line, enunciated

principally by Secretary of the: best the convention could have
Treasury George M. Humphrey, selected and they're stronger to to-is
is to-is that as soon as savings can bCgcther than either candidate is
made in defense budgets, the separately,
money should be applied to re-

kit. duction of the U.S. national debt. Secy, of Labor James P. Mitch

so different, personally, that they

complemente ach other. Kefauver
is deliberate and quiet. In a sense
he plays straight man to Adlai,
who's always bubbling over with
enthusiasm.
But the Democratic managers

now regard them as a team the

Foote also participated in re reviewing
viewing reviewing an Amtrican Broadcast Broadcasting
ing Broadcasting Company-Paramount reouest
to produce motion pictures free of
anti-trust objection:. He chose
this time In riahhV in IRf.D..

really! amount stock. He boucht 12.787

worth of ABC-Paramount stock
on May 3, 1935, and another
$2,754 worth on May 6, 1955 He
soil this stock for $2,592 on Jan
24. 1956, and $2,555 on April 4,
1956.

WASHINGTON PIPELINE

CA M. CONTRACTS
Sir:

There has been, during the past week, considerable discus discussion
sion discussion concerning the extension of my contract. It is, therefore,
necessary for me to allow certain facts to become public.
At no time have I asked that my contrnact nor that the con contracts
tracts contracts of my colleagues be extended. The statement that the
contracts woutd be extended was made after a secret meetiag
Of. the CAM, one of the several from which I was excluded, l
have been tola that this decision was forwarded to the Inter International
national International Bank lor Reconstruction and Development. If so, tins
was done without my knowledge. I did nto previously and d.)
not now ask for such an extension.
if the charges now being made are to force me to lea
Panama, they have no significance to one whose contract Is
about to expire. If they are intended to injure my career out
aide of Panama, they will be answered in due time and in the
proper fashion. In any event, I am prepared to offer an ac accounting
counting accounting to the penny ior my stewardship of both Panamanian
and World Bank funds before I leave.
Eugene L. Fallon,
Executive Director
of the CAM.

tk hi...i .t.'.i.ai.t. t...,. speeches. year is that Gov. Adlai Stevenson

stayed close to Milwaukee or the LAmong oth,'r S' tirnn ls the 0Ph"t'c,,tted lyP.j
hometow of the strikers of Local h examples of fOw tBf GOP appeals to the Ivy League Urtl Urtl-633.
633. Urtl-633. They have ranged the nation Promotes Peace": lectuals, while Estes Kefauver is
ei. iney nave ranged me nauon. .Dm)opet, ,stest operational a big rube who gets along with
There is a snectal sonar! of Auto fi8n,er in tn wor"1- country folk.
DttaLdirra ,pr!tns,or, t-iwed H memir? rkin ith
full time lo the bovcott-and thevlcr,,t wel1 dDced- !the two candidates say this char-
all fw info Kn ritv in in "Increased fighting efficiency acteriaition isn't accurate. Steven Steven-eut
eut Steven-eut ThP .nsrisi i stiraVtL th.rp with fewer soldiers. I son went to Princeton for a time,
was TrfASSetL ttSSsMin "Infantry divisions now havejbut then went back to North-
aSfSu- sarys rrs pri$rp

Kohler dealers and distributors in
his home area.
Each of these Plumbers' dele

gates, who, in turn is a leader In

SERIES BROADCASTS
Sir:
I wish that come next World Series time CFN would broad broadcast
cast broadcast the game at about 3 p.m. so that all the baseball fans In
school can hear tne complete games.
Balboa Junior High School will not let the student or the
teachers bring portable radios to school. The children have t-i
wait till they fctt home to hear the score, and so miss gettuig
the thrill of noarlng two great teams fight it out.
It only happens once a year, so I think the school could
soften up a Wile. I am sure the students would show their
appreciation.

his own community, was enlisted

in the fight. Each was urged and
each agreed to go home and try
to convince building contractors

and city officials not to buy Koh Kohler
ler Kohler products.
The Impact here is obvious. The
Plumbers Union is made up of
the men who will install and main maintain
tain maintain the products. The Reuther
men reckoned that persuasion
from the plumberi would have its
effect on those who buy equipment
and must deaf locally with that

union.
In some cities this strategy has
paid off for the strikers. A num number
ber number of the nation's biggest cities
before and after the plumbers'
convention had anti-Kohler reso resolutions
lutions resolutions passed by their city coun councils
cils councils or boards of supervisors.
This means that these commu communities
nities communities will not purchase Kohler

products for their public construc

tionsuch as schools and official

buildings. If this is successfully
carried forward, the Auto Union

could conceivably also knock Koh

ler products out of the big market
made up of public housing, veter

ans' hospitals and other federal

state and city projects.

This is unprecedented. It all
goes beyond the fight on Kohler.

Washington is watching carefully
If the Auto Union can get the net

work of hundreds of central labor
bodies to convince city, state and

federal government purchasing

agencies to boycott Kohler, the

precedent will be set for other big

unions to w ckip any nrm aeaiing
with the government and any

branch thereof.

Small wonder the union and
Kohler are spending millions In
this war unnoticed by most of the

nation.

Mitchell be kept in his present

job after Adlai Stevenson's elec election
tion election to the presidency.

"By the time the Democrats
elect their next president, says

Mitchell, "I'll be too old to be

Secretary of Labor."
T. Coleman Andrews, the Na

tional States' Rights Conference
preferred candidate for president
is makintr his firs! hip sncprh nf

the campaign at Chicago, October

12. It isn't to be a campaign
speech, however. Andrews insists
he isn't running, but he hasn't

Gov. Adlai Stevenson at Kansas urbanite, or at least a sub-; repudiated his nomination, either

City may have given the appear- urbanite. Anyway, he has been booked as
ance that the big breach between principal speaker at a one-day

the two, created by Truman at1 Stevenson, on the other hand, 'conference on "United Tax Action

Chicago, is now closed and for- lives on his farm at Libertyville, : for Justice." It is being arranged

gotten. Actually, that isn t true. ill., and is never happier than' by National Tax Equality Assn.

Stevenson's intimates say that: when he's there. He likes to out in conjunction with a dozen trade

ine k. sun dismayed oy iruman s on old clothes anddo as much of associations.

Fan

Sir:

SCHOOL LAUNDRY

I would like to find out about the gym suits at one srhrmi

and why they're aot laundered. After all, we're paying tor
them to be laundered. K
Usually, when we have gym period our -suits are just the
way we left them in our baskets: inside out. They even sme.l
funny. Sometimes we get someone else's.
I'd really appreciate it. If someone would find out. Besijts
I don't think li can be very healthy to wear dirty suits If w
pay for washing them, why aren't they washed?

V:

YOU NEED
$67,727 TODAY
EQUIVALENT
195o $22,428 v.
1954 EQUIVALENT X5&1 X INCOME AfTEH X
EQUIVALENT- $10,513 M2?C TAXES
y TO EQUAL
J L j V im$2$.oo9
y V i9 INCOME TPg?
im INCOME 1,J?2MI MOW
OF $3400 SSfr mcomeateX
a m. taxes
gggg v

House investigators are also
checking other possible conflicts
of Interest in Foote's stock-market
trading.
IKE'S GETTYSBURG FARM
President Eisenhower's farm
has attracted so many tourists to
Gettysburg, Pa., that the local

council is soliciting campaign

runiriouuons 10 xeep me in
free. NsjMt&,dv

In a letter to businessmen-
members, the Gettysburg Travel
Council pleads for GOP dona donations,
tions, donations, not for political reasons,
but strictly for "our own self-in
terest."

Uncle Sam is covering the roof
of the famous Smithson'an Nat Natural
ural Natural History Building with a roof
of strateiic nickel alloy. This
precious metal used in jet en engines,
gines, engines, is so searce that private
companies have to get govern government
ment government permission to buy it. Yet the
GSA has allotted almost 40 tons
of scarce nickel to build the
Smithsonian roof. GSA could hive
built the same roof with stainless
steel for $25,000 less . .. Sol
Schiesinger, whose Army cap
contract was investigated by the
Senate Investigating Committee,
made a personal plea to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Army Brucker to re renew
new renew his contract, Schiesinger
claimed that the Senate hearihg
put him out of business. Brucker
listened politely, then advised
Schiesinger to go into some other
business . The Senate Election
Subcommittee, -headed by Sen.
Gore of Tennessee, is resuming

its nroha of eamoaien rnntnbu-

ot tions. Gore, has, scared off many

of the large contributors to both

parties, incy nave expiainen to
both the Democrats and Repub Republicans
licans Republicans that they are afraid they
may wind up m a congressional
investigation. . The Air Force
is so short of funds and personnel
that it has been forced to eut its

tfnfil fprtm 1.17 u-tnoc In 119 winH

Although political philosophies1 f he smaller goal has been pushed
are involved, says the letter! on the Air Force but won't bo
which went to Democrats and Re-announced until after the elec elec-publicans
publicans elec-publicans alike, "It is not intend- tion.
ed that this letter be considered

a political solicitation. It is writ written
ten written after careful consideration
and in the firm conviction that
our own self-interest in the pres preservation
ervation preservation ef the prestige of Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg and Adams county is of pri primary
mary primary importance to us, and that
the efforts each one Of us puts
forth are not only mandatory but
are plain common sense."
The letter points eut that "the
eyes of the country will be on
Adams County on November 6th,
and one of the big stories of the
election will be whether or not
this county supported its distin distin-guishel
guishel distin-guishel neighbor and his pro program
gram program and to what extent. In
1952, General Eisenhower carried
Adams county by more than
5,200. Should he carry Adams
county in 1956 by only that num numberor
beror numberor by less it will be the on only
ly only unfavorable news story to
spread itself across the country

in the four years that the names

bisennower and Gettysburg

YOU NEED DOUBLE TO .STAY EVEN WITH '39-Say in 1931 you had a wife and two
kids and earned $3,000 a year. After federal income and social security taxes, you had $2,970
left to spend. Today, to have that sum left, you'd have' to earn $6,122 a year or more than
double your 1939 income. That's the story the moneybags above tell for various incomes. It's
the story of today's higher taxes and the depreciation of the dollar, using 193 as the standard.
Of your $6,122 in 1956, you can write off $2,413 for depreciation. Then deduct $661 for taxes. That
leaves you the $2,970 you had in 1939 Data from National Industrial Conference Board.

Jr. HI Student

Gunmen Hold Up

Plush Nightclub,
Get $15,000 Cash
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 9 (UP) -Three
gunmen held up a plush
aight cttib in nearby Monroevilk
yesterday and fled with a reported
$15,000 in cash.
The holdup occurred shortly
after the big night club, the Holi Holiday
day Holiday House, had closed in the wee
hours of the morning.
The holdup victim, Tuillo Bu-
trs IaM Allotrhenv rnuntv HMart.

ives that the thugs entered his of office,
fice, office, palled out guns and del
manded that he open a safe. After!
srnnninff nn thr mnnpv thv fUli

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Said Infiltrating
Red Yugoslavia
NEW YORK. Oct. 9 (UP)-West-ern
influence is Infiltrating Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia despite the hold commun communism
ism communism has on the country, conductor
Ivor Voljevic said today.
Americans Saving
More, But Drawing
Money Out Fast
WASHINGTON. Oct. 9 VP
Strictly For'
The 'Birds. .
MILAN, Italy, Oct. 9 (UP) A
television station here presentc: i
a show last night which was
strictly for the birds.
'Giacomo Rondinella, a singer
whose name me-ns "swallow.";
was the feature attraction on the
show, which was presented by,
Enzo'Tortora (turtledove) and
"shot" by a cameraman named!
Americans have been putting
away more money this year than j

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lasi in savings ana loan institu institutions:
tions: institutions: But they also are withdraw withdraw-in?
in? withdraw-in? their money faster.
The Federal Home Loan bank
hoard reoorted today that in the
first eight months of this year
more than $10,800,000,000 was de deposited.
posited. deposited. This compared with some
J9.300 000.0 in the corresponding
period last year.
However, withdrawals this year
have amounted to S7. 70.000. 000,
compared with tt,300.0000.00 a

Voljevic, director of the 14-piece
Zagreb chamber orchestra, said
on his arrival here for a two two-month
month two-month concert tour that rock 'n'
roll music is played throughout
Yugoslavia.
"It is magnificent," he said.
Giovanni Quagli (quail).

tP

ACCEPTING HIS APPOINTMENT to Lieutenant, United State
i Naval Reserve, is Samuel F. Mason III, (left). Mason received
I hls appointment today in the office of Rear Admiral Clarence
! I. C. Atkeson, USN, Commandant, Fifteenth Naval District.
; Presently employed as a tow boat captain for the Panama
i Canal Company, Mason who holds Federal Master's papers has
lived in the Canal Zone since February 1953. All of his prev. prev.-'
' prev.-' ous service was as a Merchant Marine with the United Fruit
' Company from 1941 until 195S. Durkift World War II he served
during many Atlantic operations. This appointment constitutes
his first Naval Reserve duty. Mason lives at Margarita with
his wife and two children.
(Official U.S. Navy Photo)

President's Wife

Answer to Previout Puiilt

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being

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1 Information
I Verbal
3 Distinct part

4 Ainu

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45 Struggle
46 Ellipsoidal
47 Seines

30 Peel 48 Radio
31 Period of time Europe
34 of her SO Speed contest
tons died in SI Notes in

31 Interpret infancy Cruido's scale

23 Harnessed 36 Indian weight 33 Egyptian
24 Saucy, T 3 7 Makes t goddess
25 Martian possible ? S3 Completed
(comb, form) 41 Leaser v 56 Her husband's
26 African river 44 Compass point nickname

ACROSS

1 Wife of 34th
US. president,
Mamie

Geneva
Eisenhower
S She born
in Boone, Iowa
t Her living son

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12 Italian river 8 Girl's nam 29 Phlegmatic

13 Malt drink Olive genus
14 Toward the 10 Drove
sheltered tide H Beginners

IS Kite part H Musical note

n iwatra m
7 Piddling

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emperor
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20 Tramples

32 Bird of prey J
34 Breathe
spasmodically
38 Obnoxious
f plant
89 Foreign agent
32Iroquoian
Indian
t3 Small spaces
K Teller .
M Feminine At
tppellation
B Pedal digit
'40 Heavy blow

42

43 Burdened

45 Parley-'
40 See nymph,

B4AOOVC
55 Ignited

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68 Top of head
69 Piece out
Abel's slayer

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Official Calls On Ike To Stop
Drafting Essential Scientists

WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 (UP) -Dr.
John f. Victory,, executive
secretary of the National Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics, called
on the Eisenhower administration;
today to "stop drafting essential;
scientists from essential jobs."
He also appealed for legislation!
authorizing the President to fix
salaries of government scientists!

and engineers closer to what they
can command from industry.
Unless scientists and engineers
re encouraged to stay in the
government, he said, the nation
will be facing "national suicide as

far as the future security of the'
country is concerned."
Victory spoke on a broadcast in
an American Legion series titled
"Survival in the Air Age." The
National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics is the top government
aviation research organization.
Victory said he definitely is
opposed to the present practice of
drafting some essential scientists!
into the Armed Forces. He said
the government should leave such
men in their "essential jobs."
U. Gen. Donald L. Putt, Air!
Force deputy chief of staff fori

development, said on the same
program that Russia is narrowing
the gap In the race for technical
superiority.
He said in 1954 scientific and
engineering graduates in Russia

were "more than twice those in
the United States, the number be

ing 22,000 for the U.S. and 53,000
for the Russians."
Present estimates, he said, are
that only 63,000 will be graduated
In this country in 19(4 while Rus Russia
sia Russia graduated 63.000 in 1955.

Victory said his agency is 3000
bc'ow strength in research scien scientists
tists scientists and engineers, largely be because
cause because the government does not
pay what private industry offers.
Those who are leaving are "the
actual, recognized leaders In

aeronautical science, he said.
"Unless the government finds a
way to reverse this trend, I Me no
hope for the continuation of Amer American
ican American supremacy in the air," he de declared.
clared. declared. Victory said when the govern government
ment government Wants to buy a commodity
"it enters the open market place

and bids against all other bidders!
and must pay the prevailing wage
if It wants to get what it wants
in the free competitive system!
that has made America great." i

But today he said the govern-
men doesn't think that the

"whitecollar scientist is worthy of
his hire." He said the government

must "change its tactics and enter
the market place and pay the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing rate or do without."

Putt said one solution is to in increase
crease increase the number of qualified
science and engineering teachers,
"especially at the high school
levei."
He also urged that students be
given motivation to select careers
in science arid engineering and
more financial aid for "promis "promising"
ing" "promising" students to attend college.

Former Cage Star
Admitted To Bar
Of Supreme Court
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 (UP) -George
Mikan of Minneapolis,
Minn., former basketball star who

is running for Congress, was ad admitted
mitted admitted to practice before the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court today.
Mikan, a Republican, was spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Solicitor General J. Lee
Rankin.
Mikan played college basketball
and later won fame as a profes professional
sional professional before he started to eon-j

centrate on tne law and politics. I,

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Silk chantung

(Chinese Brocade
Moygayshel linen plain and printed
Embroidered Sateen 4
Embroidered Linen
Italian Lame jjf
Dacron & Cotton Dress Fabrics
Kohama Fabrics '"

I ALL REDUCED TO MINIMUM

year ago. This left savings and
loans with nearlv 3,?00,000.000 In
new savlnes to invest, enmnared
with sSshtly more than 3 billion
dollars last year.
The failure of net new savings
to keep pace with reccd income
is one reason homebuildin? has

been laeeing some non 0000 units

below l?st year. Until savinss
rise, or f'inds in th han-'s of p p-ve'to's
ve'to's p-ve'to's Increase, no imturn in

homebuilding is expected.
A eomoanion. bank board re-'
port on mortpafe lendlo aetMv

of savings and loans showed that
seam in August the v'i of hotie
mortgage eontinid below com

parable 1955 months.

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Sensible rotes include radio
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See the absolutely free demonstrations
being given by Mrs. Cerber, PFAFF fac factory
tory factory specialist ... on the world famous
truly automatic precision Sewing machine.
Actually
6 machines in 1

Mrs. Cerber has come from Germany in
order to cooperate in National Sawing
week . now in progress.
Demonlratlon 10:00 a.m., ?:0e p.m. 4:S p.m.
Movin In rotor hoth in Spanish and Knellsh.
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Distributor of the famous PFAFF Sewing Machine
4th of July Ave. Tel. 2-2181
At the sign of the clock

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Manet window ahedee with
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Kp bando0tM cttMtn With
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Seal bulky enveioMS.Tape
sticks at a touch holds
firm. r

leffff east frW beef re

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Representatives: CIA. ATLAS, S. A.
"Scotch" brand colored tapes In 72 tard rolls are dfffk
printed in Panama with user's name and specified- fjjp
tions bv Cia. Atlas. g A.
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tWK PANAMA AMERICAN A WDEFENDENT PAILT NTWSPAMS
TTESD AT, OCTOBER 9; Ml

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Social

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Bo 134, Pi

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Be, 5037, JL

'neon

Jim Cympm-U, TflfifM, BtL, Pit mJ DmuJ 'tLult L msiU fetj fc U-mmim JLm.
Ji mff L wJ if ttLfL ew Pms 3-0740 m 2-0 741 ieeWe 9:00 nJ 10 s.m. ml

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bed notice for inclusion in this
MnvM ifcouM be submitted in
typc-writt tana and mailed to one
et tKe box numbers listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise, or deliver delivered
ed delivered by land) to the office Notices of
meetingi wnnot be accepted by

telephone.
viieri tn atiend. If vou have not

been contacted, calfMrs. Van Nos-iBalbaa Woman' Club Card Group

Clothes Just Essential Cover HOLLY

Says Duchess Of Windsor

The Card Club of tbe B a 1 b o a

Woman's Club is having its Bi Bi-Monthly
Monthly Bi-Monthly meeting on Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 12:30 at the Ft Amador

Officers' Open Mess. Dessert audi
coffee will be served, and Bridge,!

Canasta, and Bolivia will be play played.
ed. played. For reservations please call

dale at 87-4223 prior to noon Tues

day, Oct.

Ancon Balboa

Br.dje Association
Winners of tbe Monday night
bridge tournament held at the Tt Tt-voli
voli Tt-voli Hotel are as follows: First Mr.

E Wold and Mr. A. Zoeidlieiyi, I Mrs. Martha Hamilton at 2-3018, or

Second Mrs. McMurray and Mrs. 'Mrs. Kutn uatnmann at 25-3101,
V. Pollack; Third Mr. P. Hudgson before noon tomorrow.
and Mr. Rene Wolf; fourth Mr. and!
Mrs. Frauenheim,; filth Mr. and Pacific Star Lodge
Mrs. E. BrucJc, Meets Tomorrow
The regular monthly meetine

Bridge tournaments are held ev-i0f the Pacific Star Lodge No. 16,

A.IO.S.B., will be held tomorrow
at Future Hope Lodge Hall at

ery Mondav night at the Hotel Ti-

.voli. All interested players are invited.

FIRST LADY AT SEWING DISPLAY Mrs. Ernesto de la
Ouardia, wife vf the President of Panama, attends the fornW
opening of sewing displays at Casa Admirable and Singer Sew Sewing
ing Sewing center yeiteiday, the beginning of Sewing Week. Here she
us seen admiring the work done by the Necchl sewing machine.

GENERAL AND MRS. WILLIAM K. HARRISON
ENTERTAIN FOR FRENCH AMBASSADOR
General and Mrs. William R. Harrison will give a dinner
at their quarters at Quarry Heights tonight in honor of the
French Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Lionel Vasse.
The Ambassador and Mrs. Vaase have recently returned
from a visit to France.

Anniversary. Celebration
At Chinese Embassy
Tbe Chinese Charge d'Affairs,
Mr. Hanyee C. H. Tang and Mrs.
Tan will nive a reception tomor

row at the Chinese Embassy from

Dagmars and Maduros at $1 each.
Stag Retirement Party
For Warren Schultx
Friends and co-workers of War Warren
ren Warren Scbuttz are planning a retire-

6-0 o m in commemoration ot tne meni party ro De neia i we war-

45th Proclamation of the flepuwioj gania tins wuo, rnuay

Now Ceramics, Spanish
Classes Begin At USO-JWB
New cycles of ceramics and
Spanish classes will begin at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center during the week.

7:30 p m.

Important
dealt with.

business will be

Army To Identify
Body Of Soldier
Found In Italy

Ceramics, a popular art of the,
hand-in-mind workers, will begin;

tomorrow, under the leadership of; WASHINGTON. Oct 9 fin

Mr. and Mrs. wuitam aievenson -rj.. A t .. -.-
of Gamboa. The classes run for a

period of eight weks. .and are of' 7n "L

'JeMel aW. Em 1 W

.IS aaaHaMaPtlaaH

i

. -Jrm

i r l i f BBtBKBKeaa

held each Wednesday at 7:30

Spanish classes begin, with an
accent on care-free conversation,
on Thursday, and will continue in indefinitely.
definitely. indefinitely. The class will meet in
the Library of the USO-JWB at

7:30 p.m.

war n soldier, which was found
last week in Italy.

me body, with an Identification

By GAILE DUGAS
NEA Women's Editor

tag bearing the name "John

was

Grant Putnam," was found hv

fer while Ztli TS

NEW YORK CNEAl In her

! flower-filled suite high in the Wal

dorf Towers, the Duchess of V ind-

S enr cot tilL-inc ahmit fachtnnc anrl

mem

of China.

Invitations have been extended
to officials of the Government of
Panama, Diplomatic Corps, Canal
Zone and Caribbean Command.
Mrs. And Mrs. Home
Return From Europe

Mr, and Mrs. H. I. Horn a return returned
ed returned Sunday from a three-month
trip to Europe, where they visited
the Scandinavian countries. They
are now at home at the Tivoli Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Raffle To Collect
Funds For School
The Women's Organization of the
Alberto Einstein Institute are
sponsoring raffle to raise funds
for tbe school.

First pri .will be ax;hwolet twill be Mrs. Helen Bowser, who

Station wagon-second time MOOOiwiil rtisnlav her collection of lin

worth of merchandise at Elba's lens. Six holidav table decorations

!r uu uiuu jjw.r m- win oe nispiayea aiso.

ri mm iropeieo, js.
Tickets can be purchased

The USO-JWB
Serice Center is a

Armed Forces
Red Feather A-

! An Army spokesman said it

rfti a... ...:it ,.. -.OA

ZZ r3n 1 Z UmetJ the Canal Zone Comma

-a uino niui uijiiivi vvwv e-w w

per person. Those wishing to ob

tain tickets are asked to call Mr.
George Fitzgerald, Balboa 1599 or
Mr. R. F. Holdtquist Cristobal
2948.
Mr Schnltx is Instteeter of

! Floating equipment in the Marine

Division. He is returning after 29
years of service with the Fanama
Canal Co.
Clayton Officers' Wives
Luncheon Tomorrow

The regular monthly luncheon

nity Chest.

Mrs. Cllley Leaves
For Legion Conference
Mrs. Frances Gilley. of Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, department president of the
American Legion Auxiliary left
from Tocumen, Friday, for the U-

mted States.
She planned to attend the de department
partment department president conference in
Indianapolis. Ind. yesterday and
i j pi :n i-. i I

meeting of the Fort Clayton ttiTTTZETrJ

ors' Wiubs' nun uh hs hp M at i o

12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Fort tte "tnmus-

Clayton Officers' Club,

anyway, wear it once and never
put it on again. Every woman is
entitled to a fashion error every
now and then!"

The Duchess is not really pho

togenic. That is, the sparkle of;
the blue eyes and the magnetism
of her smile don't come through!
in pictures. She is as chic and asj

unnU t.ir. ".-.v i l inougn sne is Known as one oi mm -s wcau siww un sw
Uiv iriinHfi, t0 make tt world's best-dressed women. I be. She had just come in from an
tE. 7A" ;" j she remarked that she had f a r appointment and was wearing a:

id "Pvt h-r whlte twecd su,t- a
IQ a r"Vt. John Grant Pnrnnm",i j : J cm.u rit h,i n !,'

i- th wi.t t..4 ST. T V. sne uea 10 nave. 1011 f.'".u ubi
m xne 351st iiantry Regiment. Hei -As I net older she said 'I he -brown hair and immaculale, smaii

missing Oct. 25, conie more npon, tn r e s r I black can pumps.

dead One,rlnthp a an pscpnti.il pnvprinix I

. I Actually, mv interest centers a-1 sh' ""Y woman, five feet
were given in mmH Aiir iwit hnmoc in Viann three and 106 oounds. She has

had

was declared

1944, and was declared
year later.

The addresses

Army records current at the time

ruinsm was declared dead.

Guest pseaker at the luncheon' rnv-rrvrirn nv rrv si
ill h Mr. Wln Rnar hnl (CONTINIJBP ON TAUE t)

A ii L ,..., ; r

aii uiciiiucra, piunpecuve jiiciii- i
it bers and guests are cordially in-

I THANK YOU
I Wa vittVl tn cit-ledbfa.lv vktintr tall U. I

' w MUivvi rv Oi at VtC IVJJIU II Id I US HUO

I sent condolences followinir tbe death of
Harris E. Coleson
MARGARET K. COLESON. I
Hat

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FREE FREE FREE

Pfaff Executive
To Give Sewing
Demonstration Here

GOP Solon Says
Working Man Is
Independent Voter

" AdHlIM UTON, Oct. 9 (UP)

For years, we didn't have homes of "ever dieted, she says, and she is:
our own, vou know. an ice-box raider. But she's "fond
"The Duke," she said smiling-!01 foods ren't fattening."
ly, "seldom notices what I wear. Though she says in her just pub-:
Like most men. he does comment! ''Shed memoirs, "The Heart Has
if he doesn't like something. He!Its Reason,.?" that she has always!
does pay attention to mv tweed sidestepped the difficult things of:
suits but that's because 'he hap- ,lfe untl1 !t W8S absolutely nece; nece;-pens
pens nece;-pens to be very fond of tweeds. ':sarv to face tnem? the Duchess'

MOVIES TV HADIO
by Erskin Johnson

HOLLYWOOD (KEA1 Be- ren bought her kids a collection
hind the Screen: Porpoises were of seashells in Marine!and's gift
leJpmg IS feci into the air, a pen-; shop. Ahp a startiaa.
guin was roiler-skating and a; "The starfish is for Bogirt,
shark was winking at a banacu- she, explained. "I'm going trj
da. But a couple of movie stars hang it on his bedroom- door."
just watching them were stealing 'he Cirlv Most Likeb may
th show. be prophetic words for Kaye Bai-
The script of "Designing Wom-iiaro. Lie girl singing the tu;e ion
an" took Lauren BacaU. and Greg- in J sne Powell's hew RK0 ft?
ory Peck, as a couple of Caiifoi- musical. Two years ago, Kae
nia tourists, to spectacular Ma-! was hailed as tbegirl most likely
rmeland of the Pacific on the! to become a film star when shi
coast near Los Angeles. But as i clicked on Broadway as a singer
"tourists,'" they were mobbed by j comedienne in tbe musical, 'Gold
real California tourists, who nor-en AppJe."
mally go around mistaking each! But Hollywood just disovtred
other for movie stars, her. Not that Kayo of the wild
Grace Kelly was slated for "De-j facial contortions and wilder Hot.
signing Woman" until she de- ian-cut hair is surprised. "I've
signed other plans and Lauren been very lucky," she says, "but
stepped into the part. No changes! I was on the cover of Life but not
in the script,-though. Or as Mrs. i in the story inside."
Humphrey Bogart flipped it to Not to mention, sne adds, being
me: considered for the film biogra-
"You moan pooplo might think' phies of both Helen Morgan and
there would have lo bo changes Fanny BricC. "But nothing ever
because I hove two heads and happened." Kaye's beaming now
Grace only has one?" 'over her film debut in a wacky
As a matter of fact, it's a jubi-jrole she describes as "terrific be be-lant
lant be-lant Lauren with 30 wardrobe; cause the rL I ilajis. so en en-changes
changes en-changes "that's more than I'veithusiastic about nothing."
had in my last five piclures" i Ten years gp, Kaye was. the gal
and a series of celluloid melting in Spike Jones' band who poured
love scenes with Peck. water out of a tuba. Since then
"J even bite his ear in one file's been pouring out songs in
scene," she laughed. "It's a good: Broadway shows and in smart
thing I'm not an actress who lives suoper clubs. For the night club
he- part. Otherwise he wouldn't set she mixes warbling with
be able to hear for six months "! what she calls "real ridiculous"
During the lunch break, Lau-j patter like "everybody has swfm

ming poois inese aays nut 1 Know
people who don't have drinking
water."
Keith Andes, the lad who
zoomed to .movie lover-boy fame
as Marilyn Monroe's heart throb
in 1952's "Clash by Night." is w
the grease-paint trail again after
settling a long-drawn-out tonlraet
fight.
His -movie boss and adversary
was Howard Hushes, anrl

(UP) The government issued to-' Keith wound up on the RKO shelf
day a long list of rules and regula,' along with Hughes' "Jet Pilot,"
Hons restricting radio and tele-j which still hasn' t bean released,
vision programs. Hughes' sale of KKO finally re-
The regulations limited t h e leased Andes from the career
time devoted to "commercials"! trap, and now he's one of the
to 20 per cent of the program's busiest actprs in town thou?h
duration. still under contract to RKO for

one movie a year for five years,

Colombian Gcvl.
Issued Regulations
Cn Radio Programs

BOGOTA, Colombia, Oct. 9.

presents a distinct impression of a

more f i m e aiscipiinea ana controlled human

She Ufod ta usernd

Sen: Jmmm. u n..u A. TT and effort on the buvine of clothMi being

today members of I s i.w she wss .voung girl in) Our appointment was for three
union. Tave demonstraud thr Baltimore- she "Pained ?,c1"- 0n o( three- the
they cannot he lfvlJ. ''Then, it was absolutely essen- Duehes." walked into the drawing-

deceived hv nnlif 1Ue"' 11 "aS absolutely essen-,""-""" ni 'e uidwmt-
iwani tn mS?i.. Ual that I should not make a mii- r?m..held out her hand and the

manipu- ,ak. h vwa, ,Ui. .. j interview had started.

selfish nnnr nri,... .,. Xi.4.! You Bet the imm

was

Visit our display during Sewing Week and
win a NEW YORKER Sewing Machine in
our FREE RAFFLE.
EUROPEAN FURNITURE STORE
Central Ave. & 2ht E. Street

AiiEust Zinssmeister. manager

hOUtn American uivisiuu oi uie io yet Become eneniyam ,,f ti,

Pfaff sewing machine company, I fact you can no longer deceive
arrived recently from Kaiser-, the voters. They would prefer the
slautern, Germany, direct from : days before radio and television

mc nun iuwiy T,, everything they said
preas purpose of particlpatinp; taken as truth."

in National Sewing week in

Panama.

Zinssmeister and Mrs. Adriana ;

Gerber will demonstrate the
latest techniques in sewing

which were introduced at the

Munich Technical Sewing Ma Machine
chine Machine Fair. Panama will be the

, . . .i N

laefie lecnniques are peine dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated after their introduc

tion at the fair just last July.

The demonstrations will take

place at Tropicana, exclusive
distributors for Pfaff in Pan

ama.
Pfaff, founded In 1862. is to

day the world's second largest

manufacturer

cat oosse who want to

late their net a t-

reasoni."" a poor purchase or wrong choice:

Duff, in a statement released' a ma:,or, catastr0Phe- Twa.v.
by the RepubUcanXtionai ""t doesn't make so much differ-

still make fashion mis-

anyway. I simply, cannot

wear green because of my skin

but I happen to love it. So every
have' D0W and then 1 buy a green dress

uM 'tj.... ,,"-ence

iuu b WOrKing ii a J. T
an nrl .u;ur An I

an inrlMMnHnt .-j : ,.' takes

pendent Amenca."

mittee,

man is

stranded on a

Duchess would

to cumn aDoard a'

year later with

sion i tiia

IslandS1 the

how manage

fescue ship a
every, hair in

place, teeth shining, stocking

.earns absolutely straight and;
shoes polished to perfection.

He said the Democrats

'mi

eagpi

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TTWDAT. CM TOBER S, 1956

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Hmn Mrs. Albright

iDeakios, T. W. Fels. R. B. Eddy.
! Ralph Graham, W. H. Sparling, U
E. Stevens, W. J. Turner. Frede

Mrs. Carl Nix, Mrs. Doyle Sny-irick Willoughby, Victor Younr,

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itieace in Gatun for a beautiful
ly appointed despedida and morn
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John Klavosky, W. E. Rushing. R.

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baugh. Milton Nash, J. E. Agee,

Vestal Morns. R. C. Stanley. C. A

Parks. .A. .French, E. Bedwell,

The farewell was arranged to! Catherine Mercxak, Floyd Smith,
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twaaty years and will sail on tne son.
: 5V t ir 'Panama" Oct.MUl i

reside in Washington, p. C. Mrs.! The Knights of Columbus Ball M
' a r.n.ht hit Wn verv active in The Knights of Columbus a

the work of the Gatun Union jnual ball will be held next Friday

Church, Coral Chapter No. O.E.

night Oct. 12, Columbus Day at

The 1 Panama Hotel,
The Co-Chairman Brother Swol
says everything is all ready for
a good time to be had by every

S and in Gatun Community, af affairs
fairs affairs and will leave a host of
.friends on the Isthmus. ,
Tii mtin of the Thomas home

was decoraieo mosi mturti, guc

and originally for tne occasion,
and haw many of the colorful 'jun- The orchestra will be AI Mar Margie
gie Margie plants that are in bloom at j tin's from 8 till ? The enter enter-this
this enter-this time of the year. At, the en-itainment will be varying and will
traace-way wis a large red a n d be about 45 min.
whale boat which was filled with a
variety of the blooming hellicoaia,! Tickets will be on sale at The
purple banana blossoms, pride-of- j Columbus Club on Balboa road or
Barbadoes, clusters of palm tree nay member of Knights of Colum Colum-hlessems.
hlessems. Colum-hlessems. and the many gifts bus.
which were brought for the hono-i
rat A large piece of palm bark,' Reservations may be made by
whose natural shape formed a; calling Columbus Club Phone 92-.

scroll, was aaadpauuea ana m-
aeriged with an original verse in j
tribute to the guest of honor "No n i

serau la large enougn io now mr
words we want to say. Bat we'll'
b walking by your side, tomorrow
- as today .'

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Twit coconut shells, held red)
Ixoria blossoms and berries, and
centered the refreshment table
which was covered with a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful cut-work and lace cloth. Mrs.
Elizabeth Ttowltv, Mrs. Floyd Mr
Dtrinitt and Mrs. Frad Newhard
presided at the silver coffee sen
ice. Mrs Milton Sanders served
punch. Miss Ginger Thomas was
u charge of the Guest Book. 1

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LONDON, Oct. 9 (UP) Per Persons
sons Persons of normaf health appear to
K n a noliiral rioffinn o ;.:nt

; iia y c a naiviai uwvi-. "o"";
cancer and can throw off the di

sease after it attacks body tissue,
an American cancer spechli said
today.

Tr P P Rhnari of New York

City said in a speech prepared for
tie u prv hofore the Roval College

of Surgeons that a natural immune

mechsni m in tne nciuiv i

man body may e a vaiuaoie any
in treating cancer by drugs.

....... I
This may operate In the same
way in which antibodies against
bacteria are an almost India India-pensable
pensable India-pensable eid in their treatment
by penicillin or ether agents,
said Rheede, who is director of
the Stoan-Kettering Institute for
Cencer Research.
The nhvsirian described experi

ments made in collaboration with

the Ohio State University meaicai
school in which cancer cells were
injected beneath the skin of the
forearms of H healthy volunteers

from Ohio State Penitentiary.
A vigorous local reaction lo ths
cancer ce '.s v.as observed in aii
14 cases, he snid. Even in ca ej
in -which the imP'nt was not im immediately
mediately immediately evci'ed. i1 '!'' -r
pie'.eiy slouaed off in h vigorous
rejection reaction.

However, when similar exprri-

ments were made m volunteer pa-

ucms wno r.au aavancea cancrr,
21 of 23 attempts to implent the
disesre cel.'s' were successful. The
implanted cells continued to grow1
until they wrere removed several!
weeks later, he said.
1 Some time after the Implants
were removed, cancers reoccurredi
i in four of the patients; with advanc-j
I nrl i'iinini' in itc final cl a Hoc 4n nth.

er parts of their body, the physi physician
cian physician staled.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, OCTOBER f. 195
Yankees Now 16-5 Favorites To Cop World Series

-

Labine Dodgers' Choice
For 'Do-or-Die' Contest

F By LEO H. PETERSEN
BROOKLYN, Oct. 9 (UP)- The New York
Yankees were 27 putouts way this morning from
attaining a share of Don Larsen's World Series
glory.

Favored at 16-5 odds to win
their sixth world championship
in seven tries under Casey Sten Stengel
gel Stengel the Yankees were scheduled
to send either 18-game winner
Johnny Kucks or eight-game
vid.or Bob Turley against the
Erooklyn Dodgers' "do-or-die
choice of Clem Labine. The odds
im tndav's sixth eame are 21-20

if it's Kucks vs. Labine and even
money if Turley gets Stengels

nod.
Triumphant, though as dazed
fts th rest of this cockeyed

world after Larsen's first per perfect
fect perfect game in Series history gave
(them a 3-2 Series edge, the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees needed only one victory in
tee two remaining games at Eb Eb-fco.s
fco.s Eb-fco.s Field to add another golden
pge to their history.
They've lost, five straight
Series gamt to the Dodgers at
the coxy little Ebbets Field
bandbox but after yesterday's
historic 2-0 victory Uieyre con convinced
vinced convinced anything can happen.

For never before in an me dj
years of World series history
has there been a situation such
rs the two teams find them them-s'lvos
s'lvos them-s'lvos in today. After Larsen's
Lma (. irame" there is only

r ".i-climax. This 1956 World Be Bellas
llas Bellas will always be remembered

f-, the one in which a i-jw-t'd
modern Rube WaddeU a a-cuieved
cuieved a-cuieved Immortality. Even tne
piayers sense that in years to
come the public will say, Oh
j s, tile Yankees (or, so be it,
uie Dodgers) won that Series

Vhe s tunny impact m
rndrous achievement surpass surpass-(
( surpass-( all cUwr considerations. Play Play-c
c Play-c s of bolh teams in addition to
l ie 6,519 fans at Yankee Sta Sta-Cvm
Cvm Sta-Cvm seemed to realize they had
f.en part in a never-to-be-dup-licr.ted
historic event.
That was in evidence In the
y-nkee clubhouse yesterday
rs-n the normally blase Yankee
r .;:ude could have been sum-r-d
up in the words. Gee
v '-." as well as in the attitude
c" :.he Dodgers, who visited the
rew York clubhouse to shake
t'.'e hpnd of the man who pitch pitch-r
r pitch-r 1 the "dream game" to end all
G. m games.
Amori" these was 39-year-old
c i Hagjle, the great o'd clutch
1 clier who was beaten by the
; --,x clutch performance of
i t'me.
For today's sixth game, both
i ers indicated they would
i nd pat. The Yankees, of

were convinced mey
'd not f?ll in the wake of
ircn's performance while the
;'. crs took heai'. from their
o-year, unbroken run of suc suc-3
3 suc-3 eT'"st New York in their
ic park.

I on'v hope our players are
cenfident as 1 am that we'll
v.vn it," sa;d S -nsel. "The boys

lould be feeling real good aft-

Grand Larsen(y)

Oct 8 (UP) Box
fifth World Series

game, Alston really has no
choice. He can merely throw up
his hands, accept Larsen's date
with destiny and hope the
Dodgers will once again resem resemble
ble resemble the formidable machine they
looked like In the first two
games at Ebbets Field.
Behind, 2-0, only three days
ago, the Yankees went ahead in

the Series for the first time yes yes-terdav
terdav yes-terdav when the 6-foot, 4-inch,

225-oound Larsen. pitched his

all-time masterpiece.
With Maglie, the no-hit hero
of the Dodgers' pennant vic victory
tory victory hurling one of his finest
clutch games, the Yankees
wer held h tless untl Man Mantle
tle Mantle walloped his third homer
of the Series with two out in
the fourth inning. Carey's sin-
5le, Larsen's sacrifice and
lank Bauer's single made it
2-0 in the sixth and left it up
to Larsen.
At thalt DOint, Larsen had re

tired 18 consecutive Dodgers and

the huge crowd already was be beginning
ginning beginning Ito sense that victory was
in the making. It was an odd

sight, this huge pitcher work-

in? without benefit of a wlndup,
seemingly not too fast, but plac

ing every pitch where he want wanted
ed wanted it. Gil McDougald had cross

ed behind Carey in the second
to take a liner hit by Robinson

off his glove and throw him out
and Mantle had raced into left
center field to rob Gil Hodges of

an extra bas. hit with one out

in the fifth. And Sandy Amoros
had fouled, no more than a
foot, into the right field stands

lust after Mantle's robbery on
Hodges in the fifth.
But, otherwise there had been
no semblance of a hit, a walk or
an error that would permit a
Brooklyn player to reach 'base
safely and all at once this cu curious
rious curious pitcher, who had wasted so

much of his tremendous natural
ability for fun-and-frolic during
his career, stood on the ithresh ithresh-hold
hold ithresh-hold of a consummate achievement.

j
NEW YORK,
score of the
game:
Brooklyn (N)
Gilliam. 2b

Reese, ss

Snider.cf
Robinson. 3b

Hodges.lb

Amoros.lf
Furillo.rf
Campanella, c
Maglie.p
A-Mitchell

Totals
NEW YORK (A)
Bauer.rf
Collins. lh
Mantle. cf
Berra.c
Slaughter.H
Martin,2b
McDougald.ss
Carey ,3b
Larsen.p
Totals

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Brooklyn
New York

RBIMantle, Bauer. Hr-Mantle.
S-Larsen. DP Reese Hodges;

Hodges Campanella Robinson
Camoanella Robinson. Lob-

Brooklyn 0, New York 3. BB BB-Maglie
Maglie BB-Maglie 2. SO-Maglie 5, Larsen 7.
HO-Larsen 0-9, Maglie 5-8. R&ER
Maglie 2-2. W-Larsen. LMaglie.
UPinelli (N), Plate; Soar (A),

lb; Boggess (N), 2b; Napp (A),

3b; Gorman (N), nunge (A),

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McClellan, 3b
Collins, 2b .
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Schalk, c 4
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Detroit
Blue, lb 3
Cutshaw, 2b 3
Cobb, cf 3
Veach, If 3
Heilmann, rf 3
Jones, 3b 3
Rigney, as 2
Mannion, c 3
Pillette, p 2
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SLAUGHTER TAKES A TUMBLE Yankees' outfielder Enos
Slaughter hits the turf in a futile dive for the ball ( arrow i
hit by Gil Hodges in the fifth inning. Hodges got a double on
the hit and two runs scored.

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He mowed down the Dodgers,
1-2-3 in the seventh and eighth
and then he stood there, alone
in a. Stadium fillori tn mnwiiv

with the opportunity to achieve i hca
what Cy Young. Christy Math-1 Detrolt

ewson, waiter Johnson, Grover
Cleveland Alexander you could
to on forever in the history of
'.he gp.me what no one else had
ever accomplished.

In the ninth, with the fans
sc-ramin? at every pitch, he
relird Carl Furillo on a rou rou-t'ne
t'ne rou-t'ne fly to rSght-fielder Bauer,
Roy Campanella on an easy
grounder to second-baseman

Flly Martin and Dale Mitch-

a-Struck out for Rigney in 9th.
b-Flied out for Pillette in 9th.

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Amador Golfers Complete
Semifinal Round Of Club
Championship Tournament

The wind-up of the seifinal
matches in the Fort Amador Golf
Club Championship Tournament
were completed Sunday with most
of the flights producing closely
contested matches in what con continues
tinues continues to bt ideal golfing weather
In the championship flight Bill

Dickens, who had eliminated the
q955 champion Vinney Lambroia,
bested Cal Rises, who had con

quered the medalist Bill Gross, by
2 up. The second bracket saw
Clay Murphy squeeze-, by Charley
Lanza in a close match 1 up.

The first flight found Mike (Fat-

her) Donovan eliminating George

Gildersleeve 2 up. Woodie Post

squeezed by Doc Jaggers 2 up in
a wide open match during which

only three holes were halved.
Decisive results in the second
flight found Roger Williams pow-

ring to a 4 and 3 win over Mac
McAmis, while Bill Duffus handed
Larry Moynihan a 6 and 5 defeat.
A sudden death playoff was
extended to the 20th hole before

Ken Bennett could ese out a win

base: Chicago 8, Detroit 0. Base 'over Leslie Wood. The lower brae

on balls: pillette 2. Strikeouts:

Pillette 5, Robertson 6. Umpires;
Nallin, Evans. T: 1:55.

Facts, Figures

Mitrh- fs. iii II m

ell, pinch-hitting for Maglie, (Jll WONA Spfif

on a canea third strike.
T t xuac fViA loof u i i

cr thrt one and there's no rea- p,ne, would everum o at the BROOKLYN, Oct. 9-(UP)-n
why wa can't wrap n up at plate Sfseevheer HeUnng iand figures on the WorW

he. too, became a part of base baseball
ball baseball history when he shot up his
right arm to indicate that it was
all over.

Eb'oets Field.

Manager Walt Alston ef the
Dodgers led his players in
praising Larsen's performance
but pointed out, "We've been
in tough situations before and
we still think we're going to

win tb s one."

Both

The finals wul be played on

'sunday 14 October, with the
championship flight contenders

going a gruelling 36 holes to deter

mine the winner and 1956 Club

holes matches, on Sunday, 14 Octo October.
ber. October. All matches show promise of a
good fight to determine the winner
and runnerup in each flight Gol Golfers
fers Golfers and interested non partici participants
pants participants are invited to come out and
follow the finalists. The champion championship
ship championship match will tee off at 8:30 a.
m. and the other flihgts finalists
will follow, in sequence, at ten
(10) minute intervals. The tourna tournament
ment tournament committe has ruled that all

! The fifth annual isthmian ta table
ble table tennis tournament will get
underway at the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center at 7
p.m. on Monday.
The tournament will be open
to all members of the military
forces and adult residents of
the Carfal Zone and Panama'.
This will be tne first year that
women will take part in a mix mixed
ed mixed doubles tournament.
The deadline for entries will
be at 10 p.m. on Saturday, 13th.
All matches will be played at
the USO-JWB Club on La Boca
Road in Balboa. Competition
will be held in both singles and
doubles.
The tournament this year, as
in Ithe past, will be divided into
two divisions, civilian and mili military,
tary, military, with th winners meetine

on the final night to determine

me istnmian Chammon

Entries are expected tn pycppH

tthe record-breaking number of

uvsi year witn entries from all
branches of the service and from
table tennis and other clubs in

uie Republic of Panama.

George Grannum, winner of
the previous tournaments, and

national chamnion of Panama

will be on hand to seek his fifth

a-raignt title and uphold his

iccugniuon as top table tennis

piayer on uie Isthmus.
Prizes for the r.omrtetitinn will

be donated by merchants In
Panama as in previous years.

juio u. uavia, president of
the Table Tennis Association in

Dn 111 mil .111 1

rauama, wi again serve as

cnairman of (the sports event
which has grown in popularity
each year, it will be his fifth
straight year in the capacity as
chairman.

' Editor; CONRADO SARGEANT

Gold Dust

ket of the third flight resulted in
a 3 and 2 win for Mike Chester
over Carl Brown.
Close' contests featured the
fourth flight with S. H. Smith
finsishing fast to close out Jim
Cavanaugh 2 and 1. while Harvey
Lehman needed 19 holes to finally
di.wn AL Green in a "close match
Guy Trifone eliminated J. P
Smith at 3 and 2 while Bill Es.slin

ger had trouble disposing of Mike which is planned for early Novem-

Artese l up in ine mtn liignt. ber.

And so, on Oct. 8, 1956, it

,.,,..! to pass that Don Larsen.

',rr th,ir f fTh .m. S carefree chaP wh nt give
I .SEE rJ3i !! .1 "oiler about money,

barring last-minute

hvnehes.
That means Stengel will keep
Joe Collins at first base and
string along again with 'third 'third-baseman
baseman 'third-baseman Andy Carey. Carey sin sin-pled
pled sin-pled to open the sixth and scored
fie Yankees' second run yester yesterday
day yesterday while Collins also singled in
th.t frame.

ljuuiiea me greatest money
game in baseball history.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) -Mary
Lena Faulk of Thomasville,
Ga.. won the Sacred Hetrt of A A-merica
merica A-merica Ladies Golf Tournament
with a final round score of 69 and
a 54-hole total of 214. Three strokes

further back was Betsv RarU nf

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SerJ. s standings Yankees 3,
Dodgers 2.
Series winner First team to
win 4 games.
Today's game he sixth, at
Ebbets Field, noon (EST).
Probable starting pitchers
Yankees: Bob Turley (8-4);
Dodgers: ('Km Labine (10-6).
Series' favorite Yankees,
16-5.
Today's favorite Yankees,
21-20, if Kucks pitched; even
money if Turley b tched.
Scores of preceding games
1st: Dodgers 6, Yankees 3; 2nd:
Dodgers 13, Yankees g; 3rd:
Yankees 5, Dodgers 3; 4th: Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 6, Dodgers 2; 5th: Yankees
2, Dodgers 0.
Games remaining 7th, If
necessary, at Ebbets Field, Wed.
Five -game financial figures
Attendance: 278,897; net re receipts:
ceipts: receipts: $1,757,633.69; Commis Commissioner's
sioner's Commissioner's share: S260.145.06; clnbs

and leagues' share: $801,426.94;

SMU's Charlie Arnold Makes
UP Backfield-Of-The-Week'

By HERBERT MOISE
COLON We besin hp a p.

ries on the tour the-colon Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield team made of Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. We made the trip with the
team as the club's publicity
agent.

The trip Droved to he a rfi.

appointmerJt to the Bolonites as

tuey won two games nd lost

uiree. 11 mere is anvthin a. a

justified defeat thp tw.

....... u.o .u.lu Mia, . ., -1 u.i.o
final matches be played as two- nas icgltimatie causes ito present
somes and further requests that reason wny they lost the three
, 1 1 ; . nam.. tI j

iiidii-in-N noi parucipaung in ine;"",co- ricaae ao not construe

ims as an attempt to alibi the
Smokers but we feel that condi condi-Lonsiihat
Lonsiihat condi-Lonsiihat causd the defeats
should be mentioned just to pre present
sent present a true picture of the tour.
On our arrival in Medellin,
we played in a gymnasium that
cost the Antioqula department
state over one million pesos In
Colombian currency, (about
$40,000). This staggering figure
co-Jd well have been used to
further some other civic project
because as is, the gym is com completely
pletely completely useless during the rainy
season. The night we played an another
other another visiting team (the Huila
selection), it rained so hard and
it was so cold that water flooded
the count making it slippery and
dangerous. So slippery, in fact,
that Edgardo (Pereza) White
slipped and fell three times in

7s man ien seconds. Overcau Overcautious
tious Overcautious and hampered by the cold
wind, our team lost to Huila.
The second nic-hit.

home town team, the samp sit-
ill inn n 1 ...

""'.,uui tvupiea wnn partial um umpiring,
piring, umpiring, spelled another defeat
for the Colonites. Th. ta

7; fw?-; Sunday wlh the
sun shilling brlghJt and warm.

"c iiesierneia team could
then play under Ideal condi conditions.
tions. conditions. This game ended, despite
poor refereeing, in a one-sided

vncateriieia victory, we

tournament allow precedence to
the finalist matches insofar as
normal courtesy rules do not con conflict.
flict. conflict. Winner and runnrup awards,
as well as medalist prize, will be
presented immediately following
the completion of the final round
which is estimattd to be at 3 p.m.
One and all are invited to attend
the presentation of the awards

wnich win be made.

Lt Col H. W. Post has announc announced
ed announced that the handicap and tourna tournament
ment tournament committee will conduct an

other torunamcnt in the near fa

fure which will be a special-type

eauire 10 Keep me "pot boilin

"nttl the next big tournament

. i.

M S FOR BOTH TEAMS Democratic presidSl clndWatl
Adlai Stevenson piays no favorites as he wears a Yankee T
Dodger cap while looking at two baseballs that wt prosen
ZaH m ,5ycth.e rlval mana8s before the start of the
second World Series game in Brooklyn, N.Y. At left is New
York's Gov. Averell Harrimaft. hTk"
. i

BHS Intramural Sports

.1 1 . ..

ready Under Full Swing

1

By STEVE SNIDER offense and defense. He set up one
I touchdown with runs and passes,
NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (UP) -All dashel 24 yards for another score.
America football memos: prevented one Penn State touch-
a. a i'j -M r ii U.1L I J 1 k aa.

ViHlllli: miiw'u uwv. ...v. mv imw COTTiDarP1 With -i.li
rtist l.tPst in a lone line of great; ceDtion and thwarted nothtt.Z !?., Wlul rtain ce

forward passers from the South-with a "last man" tackle. drv trnpb

wnv nil in,' irfLivuijL acaiii m.'i v a n. ai-.u alanine lui nir an n ..

weekend and was named today in ond time this year, ran for two!, ir-.f1!1 .. tne climate

The Intramural snnrtu nrn.

gram for Balboa High School
and Junior Hieh School hnvs is

in full swing for the school year.
One hundred and ninety nine
boys are taking part in three
football leagues and 9R hnvs are

participating in bowling.
ml 11 ...

j. ne luuwau leagues range an
way from A A down to thp r.

League, while the bowling is

confined to A League at this
time. The f! Iairup enmnnspri

largely of boys from the seventh

o eignui graces nas me larg largest
est largest number of boys with 97 blay blay-intr
intr blay-intr on eleht tpnms Thpsp or

eight man, flag- football teams.

an me learns nave piayea a

round Of nractic cramps And thp

league competition will start

mis Monday.
The B league has 62 young youngsters
sters youngsters playing on six teams.
These are six man flag football
teams. This group is a bit ahead
of the smaller; boys in the c
League for they have completed
their practice games and have
played two gardes in the regular
league schedule Boys in this
grouD come mosUy from the
ninth grade, and some from the
8th and 7th. 1
A new leaeup this vpar is thp

AA League. This is made up of
the boys who larked sufflrlent

experience and know-how to
make the high school varsity.

iiiwc oic w mas piaying on
two 11 man (tackle football
teams in this set nn Thev haivp

undergone three weeks of prac-

nce on tne basic individual and
team fundamentals and have
already niayed thre eames in

their schedule.

In the A T .pa 0110 Rrmrltno BP.

tion is just g dtting underway.
The four teams made up from

were

can run only on a

the United Press backfield-of-thc

week for outstanding performance

for the second time in three foot

ball wekk,ends.

and passed for one against Stan

ford while Arnett, Southern Cal-

proved to be just Ideal, but once
again, the pinch of "smart" ref-

ifornia's All America halfback. i ? opened the difference

rf at Wisconsin andi"ctwn victory and defeat.

So

tore up the turf

The 193-pound junior, who kick- scored one touchdown as the Tro-I"1"" was.ne Pr refereeing
ed off his starring career with a jans belted the Big Ten team, 13- ? j11,1, tnat tne hometown

sDpetam ar eame in tne openers. ouim mmosi startea

n avers share OT3MMr(olT: Notre Damef flipped three Among I
aslTarV only in first Pour touchdown passes against Missou-1 pl.y.r. w
,.? ri in his outing for a place among! hand.omcly

the nation's big four of the wecK

the 25 boys will bowl their prac practice
tice practice games this week and league
jcton will get into high gear
the following week.
Ail the football games are
.1

rw ai:iuss Uie
railroad tracks from the Balboa

""6" amuoii ana tne bowline
Will takP nlon. In h

owhng center. These games
art after school and interested
persons are mow-than welcome
to come out and watch the boys
play.

The teams and their captain
in each nf th iaoi,a

- 10 OS
follows:

AA League Cornhuskers, Ed
Cunningham anH rnh m i

a uuAiu murnri.
Jayhawks, Bob Priest and Herb
nantnii

B League Huskies Rd sua.

rez. Quakers. Woodv Fi-pnph

Hurricanps Bnk miu

iUWIUD, W11U-
cats, Simms Allen. sparUns, Joe
Garcia. Fio-htina THsh 1,. o,,.

- u B n uai-
ley.

C Leatrue Rrulns Rnv nat.

itis. Longhorns, Doug Chas:un.

uons, David Btesh. Buckeyes,
Bob Ratheehpr Tnriianc Pill

Wilkinson. Terrapins, Russell
Weade. Cougars, Warren Mar Mar-quard.
quard. Mar-quard. Trohans. Bill Engelke.

A LeasiiP Cantains nf th

bowling teams are Danny Des Des-Londes.
Londes. Des-Londes. Jim Watson F.rf run.

ningham and Art O'Leary.
PARIS, France (UP) UnoV
ftatad Italian champion Ribot
won the $120,000 Prix do L'Are
Ga., won the Sacred Heart of A.
champs while American on.
tronts Career Boy and Fkhoi Fkhoi-man
man Fkhoi-man wound up fourth and ninth.
Ribot wot the favorite of t ht
crowd of more then 10,000 who
saw the race.

games).

.
Today's Probable
Starting Lineups
BROOKLYN, Oet. tUP)
Probable starting lineups for the
s xth game of the World Series
today:
BROOKLYN
Gilliam, 2b
Reese, as
Snider, cf
Robinson, 3b
Hodges, lb
Amoros, If
Furillo, rf
Camnanella, c
Labine, p
NEW YORK
Baner, rf
Collins, lb
Mantle, cf
Berra, e
Slaughter, If
Martin, 2b
McDougald, ss
Carey, 3b
Turley, p
Umpires Plate, Soar (AL);

lb, Boggess (NL); 2b. Napp
(AL) ; 3b. Finelli (NL); cf. Rungc
(AL) nd Gorman (NL)

Named with Arnold wore Bob

Kyisky ef Army, Bon ClorK ot
Ohio State, end Jon Arnett of
Snuihprn California.

Kyasky was a 8iege gun for Ar Indiana

my against penn aiaie mi ww

Among tho better knivn!1 iree-ior-aii against the referee

who came through iu umpire, mis was averted bv

wort Paul Hor. QUICK police work anri nn, tallr-

nung of NOtro uami, Johnny "'K w as many 01 tne irate fans

Oddsmakers Figure
Yanks Sure To Take
World Series Now
BROOKLYN, Oct. 9-(CT)
Needing to win ,onIy today's
game to nail down the world
championship, the. New York
Yankees now are whopping
16-5 faw'tes to win the
World Series.
rtrldt-makers fieure the Yan

kees are that sure of winning

Detective Shot In
Bcrroom Argument
Over Series Game

Majors of Tennessee end Poigo jas possible. Imagine the home

Cothtm of Muiuuppi. own tram nad 38 free throws at
Hornung plunged for a score the basket and we had only
and passed for a second against nine.

Following this Incident we
were asked to use one of our
players as a referee and Jose
Julio Noel volunteered his serv services
ices services and this game we won mak making
ing making our tour average of two wins
and three defeats.
In our continuation piece we
will give the score and break-

NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (UP) A down on each game.

-year-oia rooier confessed yes
terday he shot an off-duty detec

five to death after a barroom ar

gument over the World Series.

Police said Bob Thompson shot

I William uinstman, 38, with a .30

! caliber deer rifle from ambush

behind an elevated railway trestle

1 and then went home to bed.

i Before the shootinr. Christman

had helped throw Thompson, out

of Carmicnaers bar and grill

SLOT MACHINES
o
Opa Ni(hu from
l.-O p.m.
ROULETTE
CRAP TABLE
POKES
BAR SERVICE
21 (BLACK JACK)
Air-conditioned Sahw

and en in

at least one of two games at Queens, police said. Thompson,
. , J rwl. V.nlrMC ar, .1m.. 4klB - f Lll

niiKi.v awui imn uuivumr UI Ills
; argument over yesterday's base base-,
, base-, ball game, went home,'? ot his gun
and then waylaid Christman, po
lice said.
! A motoric found fhriV-'" t.

ally wounded and pi. then

found Thompson at his borne

Edbets Field. The Yanfcees are

rated 21-20 favorites to win
today's sixth game If Johnny
Kucks pitches for them a a-rainst
rainst a-rainst Clem Lahlne of the
'odgers but it's even money
if Bob turley dpposes Lamne.

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if starts THINGS OFF President Eisen hower thrqws out the first ball as the 1998
Wtarld Series ets under way in Brooklyn, Ni Y. Left to right: Yankees' manager Casey
Stengel; the Resident's son, Maj. John Eisenhower; the President; Baseball Commissioner
Ford Frlck and Dodgers' manager Walter Alston.

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rr nnK i TN HEROES Dodger's pitcher Sal Maglie (center), who hurled his team to a 6-3
Je Yes, celebrates i the dre -sing room with Jackie Robinson (left) and 511
Hodges, who both hit home runs.

BlaikCaltsOft-lnjuredKyasky
Finest College Football Player

By JIMMY BRESLIN

T ie bttckshirted Army squad!
i - n.jvv1r cl aHctl

was spreaa oui w ",
but Ool. Earl Blaik stayed at one:
end of tbe field and hawked what
appeared to be an innocent bit of
paisia. practice by Bob Kyasky.
Kyasky is the oft injured half-)
i- ..A four weeks aao.

was shifted to quarterback as Red!
i- J.Anir nf what n4 had. I

started his second straight year
of manufacturing a man for that
key sport. Last year, you 1 re remember,
member, remember, he had Don Holleder,
the end. t the position.
Kyasky bent his body over the
center, took the snap and faded.
The three backs he worked with
thraufih the motions. Two

ends followed normal routes.
"There," Coach Blaik said, 'is(
the reason 1 knew Kyasky would i
make it Right there did you'
notice it?"
"But he didn't even pass," a
fellow countered. "Isn't that thej
whole thing?"
"Net et atl,"..BIaik snapped.
Me is an athlete. He can throw.
Did you see how he took the ball!

from tenter? That's the tip-off
on how much he will help us.
"Watch him. Kyasky takes the
nap from center and 'seats' it
He sticks it into bis stomach and
hangs oc with a firm grip. Does

it automatically. It is a 'must'
move for a quarterback. Most
boys trying to learn the job grab

the Mil ana men sian naming
off nr n-hatever onlv thev hold

the ball out. Like a man inviting
people to take his money. You
must hold it close.
'It's a simple thing, but if you

tr to break a man into the job
and he has trouble with it if

he has to think about it the
whole process is beyond him. He;
can't concentrate on the over -all
job if he has to keep remember remembering
ing remembering automatic items."
For Kyasky, it is his make- or or-break
break or-break chance for the big- time col col-lege
lege col-lege football stardom be seemed i
so certain of attaining. When
this 21 -year -old Ansonia, Conn.,
product first came to the Plains
he had extraordinary speed. At
5 -7 and 184, he was, Blaik insists.

a back you see once in a decade.

"He is the finest college foot football
ball football player in the nation now
Blaik insists, "and when he came
here we regarded him as lhe best
back West Point had seen since
Glenn Davis. He did 9.7 for the
hundred. As a plebe, he just ran
past everybody. They had no
chance of catching him."
Kyasky broke his collar- bone
as a plebe. He re- broke it in

Army's opener against South

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CAMDEN, NJ., Oct. 9 (UP)
Sways, the 1935 Kentucky
Derby winner. ruptured a
Meed vessel between the knee
and ankle during a morning
workout today and will be out
f action an estimated four
months. The leg was not, bro broken.
ken. broken. : Trainer M'sch Tenner sent
h i world record-holder out en
the track for a scheduled six
furlong workout with Chester
White, Swaps' regular exercise
boy, in the saddle.
But Swaps barely had trav traveled
eled traveled three furlongs when sud suddenly
denly suddenly he staggered. White
thought Swaps would right
himself but when the thor thor-OHgbred
OHgbred thor-OHgbred limped along en three
legs, he immediately dis dismounted.
mounted. dismounted. A horse ambulance was sum summoned
moned summoned and Swaps was taken
back to his stall.

Atlantic Little
League Meeting
Slated Tomorrow

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HODGES HITS ONE INTO THE SEATS Dodger first baseman Gil Hodge.; hits a line drive (broken arrows Into the lower
left field sets, scoring Peewee Reese and Duke Snider ahead' of him. -Hodges blow was the big one off Yankee pitcher VnUe
Ford, as the Dodgers won, 6-3, behind 8p1 Maglie.
I '''''''-

if TIL Un, Ur, DttLJ Along The Foirwoys

LJUIZIU I CIIO I iuw lie riiK.iix:u
First Series Perf ect Game

GOIF NEWS FROM THE
AMADOR LADIES
By ;MO

The Atlantic Little League ;
will hold an open meeting to-'
morrow evening, Oct. 10, at the i
Margarita clubhouse at 7:30
p.m. Paren-s of present and
prospective Little Leaguers. as
well as other interested adults,
are urged to attend.
In announcing the meeting,'
Leslie D. Wood the league's pres- i

ident, sated tant the main pur purpose
pose purpose of this meeting will be to
discuss plans for the annual try try-outs
outs try-outs which are du to take place
very soon.
In order to play Little League
ball, a boy must attend the try-

outs, where he is watched by

Home Park Big Difference
Between Yankees, Dodgers

By MILTON RICHMAN

Connie Bishop had low gross

or 76 to wm the "Tee to Green'

By FRED DOWN

tournament las'; Thursday at

Fort Amaaor. Boom Hughes took;
NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (UP) first place and Eth?l Peramie,
Trembling from excitement over won sreond. The third p'pee
lis perfect gmc, ecstatic Don winner was Man- Eigs. Low
Ur:en mumbled, i still can'i purls vent to Irene Kobiraon
j'elieve it happened lo me.'' i We want to congrr.' "iate feb-
ttords came om of the hi;, bi Hughes for her nice aam
jwealuig Larsen in jumble of ihursdav Sh ttrf r-inm

. j delighted gssps, and it was all he connie Bishop's hejis w ith a
difficult to handle the Dodjers tu'ds do 10 contro1 hls shakl"S '. low gross of 79.
Ebbets Field than st Yankee Sis- T.i,. . .TOe .Amador Ladies. Club,

!nin h7nin"T,nIrIH6 "i i Championship Tournamtnl is

piayea are as follow:

NEW YORK. Oct. 9 (UP) -Theidium.

. . I . t i.i nr

iuuuauicuKi uuiwcuvi: """ a "j 'J most lo down on thprp mv

the New York Yankees and Brook- pays yer money and you takes verile ,s vvere n,0Derv my fl
lyn Dodgers is wnether the teams, cherce' '-but you're a smart man ee, lfte t'he'v' were on my

arc playing ai xaniice oauium or;u ou dpi oh mc noiuc "c"ihami i ln mv t:r pit,k pit,k-Ebbets
Ebbets pit,k-Ebbets Field. the Yankees and Dodgers are play-' ,a ouV someZ'.' ''

Tht fart obscures all the other inc.

representatives of all six clubs experting of this 185C World Series ;
in the leagv. At a later meeting hn which the pattern has followed
each team enters bids for the (closely the pattern of the 'SO sc-,f,, D.. A'M,
players needed to fill their ros- ries. LI60 DUlllS Yf IllS
ters. As each team carries 15 S The statistics speak for them

players, a total oi w ooys pi i scive. . ... i
in the league. In ttte Usl two years, UAman c Amatpiir
All hovs between the sees Of 8 tesms have played 11 games. At ff UIIICII J HIIIQICUI

. .Li r :.u .1 u .

wen five itriight fames. At
Yankee Stadium, The Yankees
have won five out of six gemes,
losing only the finale of me '55
Series to Johnny Podroi, 2-0.

help

But Larsen, the bad boy of the
Yankees because of some of his
off the field escapades, helped
'himself out in the ninth, winding
up his masterpiece with a flourish

i when he struck out pinch-hittcr
I Dale .Mitchell for the final out.

'and 1? inclusive, and who are

members of the U.8. rate schools,

are eligible to .ake part in tne
tryouts. Due to reductions of
personnel ln the Atlantic area,
an unusually larae number of

new players will be needed. It is

Cbamn'orsh;n Fliebt

Crr.nle Bishop vs. Ethel pe-
ITiiVUC.
Lee Kmith if. Bev Dilfcr
Eobbi Hughes vs. Lama Hop Hop-son.
son. Hop-son. Irene Robinson vs. Bea Fish.
First Flight
Linda Longmcre v. Marv At At-keson.
keson. At-keson.
Pa'. Waring vs. Mickey shlll-

O'Mallty Jains Crowd ir.g
Even Dothor owner Walter Jeanne MoWis vs. Eve Wrlsht.
C'Malley crowded into the, Hannah Clark vs. Marge Sew-

After playing through a field jf" lStiSn ft e11

l 1 .1 .lit IJUIHIU", V'WW Au-.."

a shiny new baseball.

Second Hi: lit

Betty Nelson vs. 0. M. Berser.

"Mo" Williams vs. Zel Batche-

iook tne women s a m a icur ,.. .... .!....,..-

. , 1 vr -rrii rnriiiiii ) lOT

expected that almost 50 noys c bodeers have outscored ran hteh and some beautiful 5 "3LT''.. "Vr S" "5 vs. Betty Hen-

iv hp lntroaucea o uiut ,. tw. -i m..., j ":: v. np!1

. Ii 'me lanKee?, w-d, nu no mv, stoics were miiicu m. work that bnv d d i r i
League ball this year. v-.t ni,-,h.r' h cone the dis- .... u-u L Mallarkey vs. Bye.
L As statement Wood- 1 KtlnJVtle Cleo also put another feather ,g ed V'i ? .fc ftrsfr0Und mu?t
stresses the need for adult par-j k 'h,ve Olltscored the Dodgers..n hr cap by breaking the med- Casey Stengel "but never a per : Played on or before SMiriay,
tieipatlon ta the program which in six ganM(s, 35.15 aM jinxP lty was the' fir-. tW ItteFgS 'either" a"nd neve, a Dn1 TCJUt
1lf!fJ,ered lL W !fn?v 1 How l Uam look M ,dl'i6n record for one person to win fame like this under such pres-, opponen" as oon as Ps'.
eil$leti c ? S, iti.-tu feren" just hecause they are play-juoth. 8he tied Connie Bishop fu. jsurc in the World Series.
'The object of the Atlantic mg tw0 different parks? J medalist and Dlaved another 9 "There are no words bie enoi-rh

Lira- League, wooa conciuaea Eddle opat, a former worm and wlth 38 to win. Inis scason whfn tne front off;Tf f 1 f
'to to implant ln our boys i the Series pttcbing hero for the Yan- Tne defendln charnpio from to use on the fellow,' 'said Stcn- Annrt K Tl f 1
Ideals of good sportsmanship,. kees, says its a question of mex- last year penny Daniell, has left gel. who often backed up Larsen WVllJ IV I IV I J
honesty, loyalty and courage, so perienced pitchers hurlmg to expe-!th lsthmmu Jso dld no, par. ; wished him censured. "I've never I

rna-i, uiese noys oi touy wm ooinencea nuiers. iclpate In the tournament, con- seen anything like he did out 1

liner, stronger ana neiuuuoir, nauonn egue L"3" leratulatlons are due Cleo for 'nee UXJiy in my ife.''
men of tomorrow. The league igres. They say the Yankees have 'Kwite ov aeveral mM The six-foot four Larsen. who
cannot function without adult; a psychological advantage PlyMSSSSrSe Zt ;JtMTtt MM the Yankees' wrath this

in tne Yankee siaaium ;Dccaue 1 ,past spring w

supervision and moral support.
Come out Wednesday evening,
attend the meeUng, and learn
what is expected of the Little
League Parent."

Only Two Plays But
They Were Enough

is unlike any other Stadium in the

major leagues

SUNDAY

past soring when he wrapped bis ih.f? i"'"- vt l ?"

icnnverlible aeainsl 1 utilitv ; "? J" aan r rancisco wot the

,.w 'r. h ita m hi K Em5- San Dieco Open GoH

Basically, the difference seems' ??" i today's game gave him "the

fairly simple. The Dodgers' run of

right-handed hitters has to suoc:

at no more than a 393-foot target

at Ebbets Field but has the decn

curve of the Yankee Stadium, en-

--K- "-"'I tod.v'. uan.e b.vp him "the .(.: "mem ny urine: an IS nolo

reia.i w"nlerl 5i the ser- L1aifro"nd ,65. or

in n;ith tnmo evcellent. crnrc tn 1

say nothing of her spectacular i n ?.ame
putting. i

Marion Taylor came m as

1 pitched in

""tersburg, Fla., was second at 272.

Stengel YanVed Him

tending to 457 feet in left center jwinnsr of the first flight after That w;s lilf gamc )n which

to contend with.

Hitters like Gil Hedges, Jack Jack-'
' Jack-' io Robinson, Carl Furilio and
Roy CompaneHo are homo-run

PITTSBURGH (NEA) -Bugs
Baeamerv nerformed in enlv two

plays in Pittsburgh's victorv overj throots every time they swing a
West Virgnia, but they were the bat at Ibbets Field. At Yankee
moat important in the etme. Stadium, thov must pull close

Bagamery entered the contest Hno to hit a "short hom hom-after
after hom-after tht first touchdown and kick-! or" or drill into tho B-feet

ed the extra point. The senior left! roaches of the huge park.

a very close match with Bea;,,,, Y.nk aUkeri t.h. .r.firinl, HENA- Auslria (VP) -Vefer.

Fish. She took honors 2 up. Ihurler t0 a silt.run ,eI(1 and stcn-:?! Ser z'k-
eel vanked him in the hottom nf ol mp,c ?oW "d1 winner m
All the girls who participated, y".Snd inning afterTh lTT !T "2ft 5? dur dur-in
in dur-in the tournament deserve a Dodgers got lo him for on run "V, rmhy n(1 ft(l ,mt
round of applause as they play-' i was so burned up about that, Ei.!0?' f,1!Fd ,t0 lor
ed most of their maiiches under I couldn't see straight." I.rwi"" ear s 'y'"P'c team.

uniavoraDie weatner conaiuons. laugned. "But who cares about

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Corolma in 1954. In the opeaing
day of practice last season, he
went up for a pass, lost his foot footing
ing footing as he touched ground. His

meciseu.

Before the Navy game last sea-1

i.m.n uflu jiaiienuv worcea
, for two weeks on a series of plays
which would have seen Kvaky
passing from a halfback po'st. But
i Army's ground game was doing
the job and he wasn't needed.
t Kyasky is ready now. After a
, '?re- .for..?!x Passing day against
Virginia Military, he was to get
further seasoning against Penn
i Stale. After that, the big one one-Michigan
Michigan one-Michigan at Ann Arbor, Oct. 13
Blaik still remembers how his
team implausibly fumbled time
after time to blow -all chances of

a oig victory last season.

"Bob Kvaskv hnMc tw.

ball, he mmtc nnf ui.l:

gan mentioned

Todny Encanto .25 .?5
TVAHOO! $115.00
. Richard Klley ln
"The Phenix CHy Story
Alec Guinness, in
"LA8T HOLIDAY"

This year's tournament is overj that now. I'm glad that 1 was j lhe fifth. Without them I woulda'
so all you sirls set in a lot of able to contribute something, l.been sunk."

rm . u My 7 : . . :i I t i . . ..

halfhaek then I-irk erf irff ami 'It's reallv hist a nuestion Of PrareiWJO ir next yci ivi jruu uuiuw ju.u mi i aiuuna oere i.i3cii uiKKcsi, worr ne BIS-
or inexpen-will have a hard defending ,' and take up space like a bump closed, was the neer-bomer tbit

he-recovered. The lad from Zelie-jenccd pitchers." says Lopat, If .champion to beat. on a i or n
In the 1954 game against Westita nine from the Dodgers at Eb- Angeles in the third round of Jn m$ helped make the

Virginia, Bagamery caught a passes Field in 1949, 1952 and 1953. j scheduled ten round feainerwcignt.pc'iccj m mrmn

Sandy Amoros tagged him for in
'he fifth. The ball curved foul at
the last instant.

for a touchdown and kicked an ex But current Yankee pitchers have! bout here last night. Andy and Oil we'e tfTiflc
... V:-.i D1H ,vi. .;..( ih.m tvcaiii thov i It w Moreno's first ficht in tne when they saved (Jackie.) Robn-

w..t virai-i. in in tK. m ii Wnrlrf Seriec ernprienre." featherwetcht class. Previously, son s ball from being a nit in tn'-

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'"and Mickey made on" helluva

Moreno weighed 127, Evans lilcatch on (Gil) Hodges liner imthc sixth or seventh inning." j;

i i 1

tame of the 1954 season, Pitt; Mtiinal League President War- He scored J anocKOUis as a

edged Vavv. 21-19. B a s a m e r y ren Giles. However, says any, tamweight.

kicked the throe extra points. Yankee pitcher would find it more

"I thought Amoros hall was
tjonna be a homer and if it had
been, it woulda' tied up tm

game," he said. ,-Belive it or

not, my mam concern ail the way;
was winning the game. I didn't'
begin thinking about any no-h'tterj
or berfe"t eame until alona ehoiit.

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Raids Crackdown
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FLINT, Mich.. Oct. 9 (UP -State
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and in a scries of lightning raids
last night and early today ar arrested
rested arrested 114 persons and confiscated
several truckloads of gambling
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The raids were a t private
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lishments. The last of the suspects
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Flint police Capt. Loren M.
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NACIONAL

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svndicate were George Sahadi.1''?" Brothers, Barmim & Bailey
Joseph, 45, and Florian (Sonny) -ircus.
Bromowicz, 33, both of Flint. I
Joseph was described bv police 1 "bushed reports have said he
as a well-known Flint gambler.; was negotiating to buy "the great great-He
He great-He was on probation from an j show on earth" for $2.5 mil mil-earlier
earlier mil-earlier gambling conviction. on P"t it hack under canvas.
Bromowicz also has a police rec-'Veelck sa'd he assumed the re re-orfj
orfj re-orfj 'Ports stemmed from the fact he
;sat with John Ringllng North,
Gencee county prosecutor Je- erircus president and chief stock-

rnme r. unraist miu ju.
and Bromowicz
wh conspiracy
others.
wilt be
along
charged
with 22
Herfurth said the syndicate
dea't most'y in horse. r?ce book book-making
making book-making but also dealt in baseball
and football numbers.
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NEW YORK Oct. 9 (UP)
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However, Veeck said he could
not say he will not become as associated
sociated associated with the circus because,
"nobody can tell that will happen
in the future."
"I certainly would like to see
the circus get back on the road
again." Veeck said. "It is a fine
American institution. I have al always
ways always had a great sentimental
feeling for the cirucs."
Veeck said that it he decided to
go ahead with the deal he would:
give his old friends and business
associates the first opportunity to
join him.
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2352.
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip:
living room set, cost $600, sell selling
ing selling for $125; dining room set,
cost $500, telling for $125;
double bed with spring $20; new
Frigidaire refrigerator $50; Ban Ban-dix
dix Ban-dix washing machine $50. A real
bargain. 48th St. No. 27, Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: Philco refrigerator,
60-cycle, 1954, 12 cu. ft, with
7 9 lb. freezer, door shelves. 2
doors, $200. Call 83-7141 after
5:00
St. Thomas Site
Of US Studies
For New Airport
ST. THOMAS CT Opt tiiPi
Anthony Lausi, the U. S.
Interior Department's director of
territories and possessions, an
nounced yesterday the govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment is considering construction
of a 6Mt million dollar airport on
this Caribbean island.
Lausl said a U.S. enelneerlne
firm has already completed pre preliminary
liminary preliminary studies for the project,!
which is to be financed 75 percent
by the U.S. government and 25
percent by the insular legislature.
He said work can get under
way as soon as funds are avail available.
able. available. LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the Matter of the Adoption of Car
men Maria Murillo Diaz, a minor un-
f'.. fll. nam nl 14 v.arc anil .Inan .fn.tr
llflMri2 r.r.Dnl. rtMtVnHant Krt i-'tW,
Civil, Citation petition for adoption.
To: Juan Jose Murillo Cascante.
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
(or the District of the Canal Zone. Divi Division
sion Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom thereof,
In Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 14 day
of December. 1936. at 9 o'clock In the
forenoon of that day, then and there to
how cause. If any you have, why the
netitlon of John L. Fischer and Blanca
E. Fischer for the adoption of Carmen
Maria Murillo Diaz, a minor, heretofore
filed herein, should not be granted.
Witness, the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for tbe District of th Canal Zone,
this S day of October, ItM.
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
Clerk of Court.
hv Sara de la Fena
Chief Decuty Clerk
To: Juan Jore Murillo Cascante.
The fore"o'!i citation Is served npnr
vou by publication pursuant to the 01 01-er
er 01-er of the Honorable Guthrie F Crowr.
tudgr. United States District Court for
'he District of the Canal Zone, date-!
the 4 d?v nf October, 19SS. and entered
nnd filed in this action in the of 'ire nf
ih Clerk nf the United Sta'K HMriet
Cur1 fr the District of the Cani-l Zme.
n;- -ion of Balboa, on the 4 day of Oct.,
1136
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
Clerk of Court
hr Mm de la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk.
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Keep Suez
(Continued from Para 1)
the committee be balanced in
such a way as to forestall the
prevalence of one point of
view.'
"He ev'dently believes it un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate that 18 nations, rep representing
resenting representing over 90 per cent of
the traffic and a diversified
user interest, could agree on a
solution. He wants to make a
fresh start by establishing; a
committee so constituted that
we know in advance that it
can never agree!"
Dulles in a blast alt Shepilov
Said. 'It is not without nrprp-
dent that a government feels
mat, li can gam by perpetuating
controversy. We have a proverb
aoout 'iismng in troubled wa waters.'
ters.' waters.' But it is considered respec respectable
table respectable to veil such purpose.
"Rarely has a scheme to
perpetuate differences been so
candidly revealed.''
Dulles tdwelt briefly, on the
idea of g-8uez canal :Usejs' As Association,
sociation, Association, but expressed full
American backing for the Lon London
don London conference principles, ap approved
proved approved by 18 countries, which
the Anglo-French resolution
asks the council to endorse.
They are:
1. Efficient and dependable
operation, maintenance and de development
velopment development of the canal as a free,
open and secure international
waterway In accordance with
the principles of the convention
of 1888.
2. Insulation of the opera operation
tion operation of the Canal' from the in influence
fluence influence of the politics of any
nation.
3. A return to Egypt for the
use of the Suez canal which will
be fair and equitable and in increasing
creasing increasing with enlargements of
its capacity and greater use.
4. canal tolls as tow as is con consistent
sistent consistent with the foregoing re
quirements and, except for
Egypt's share, no profit.
"How can anyone seriously
dispuite these principles?" Dulles
asked. 'Only one was disputed at
the August conference (In Lon London)
don) London) and that seriously disputed
only by the Soviet Union. That
was the second principle, name namely,
ly, namely, that the operation of the
canal should bein sulated from
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McCarthy Should Investigate
Dulles, London Solon States

LONDON, Oct. 9 (UP)-A Cans-'dian-born
Conservative lesislator
said yesterday Sen. Jseph R. Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy should investigate Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
.because of the boost he said
Dulles' Suez policies have given
to Communist prestige in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East.
'Mr. Dulles, in the last nine
! weeks, has done more for the
j Communists than most of the sen senator's
ator's senator's victims did in the whole
i of their lives. ." Conservative
MP Edward Leather said in a
broadcast interview with ABC cor correspondent
respondent correspondent Yale Newman.
"Today, Communist submarines
are operating in the Mediterrane
an from bases in Egypt. Mr.
Dulles did that. It couldn't have
happened any other way."
Leather charged that the United
States first helped to establish
Egyptian President Carnal Abdel
Nasser in power, over British pro
tests, then gave him a pretext to
seize the Suez Canal by refusing
to bankroll his grandiose Aswan
Dam project,
They didn't want this contro controversy
versy controversy going on there in the midst
of their election, and they sold
him this 'users' association.'
"They assured him, with the
strongest possible assurances, that
if we would support this associa association,
tion, association, they would really put teeth
into it and they would back it to
the hilt.
, 'Eden came down and an announced
nounced announced that to the House of Com Commons,
mons, Commons, and within 24 hours they
the influence of the politics of
any nation."
Egypt, Dulles said, spoke in
a more constructive vein than
Russia when its foreign m nis nis-ter
ter nis-ter Mahmoud Fawsi addressed
the council yesterday.
"The government of Egypt,"
he said, "has proposed that we
establish a negotiating body
which will have the guidance of
a set of principles to work on,
and of objectives to keep in
mind and atitain.
"This was Indeed the proce procedure
dure procedure which he sought to follow
at the London conference last
August. .the heart of the prob problem,
lem, problem, it seems to us, Is acceptance
of the principle that there
should be a system to insure
that the canal cannot be used
by any country as an instru instrument
ment instrument of its national policy.
"If Egypt accepts that simple
and rudimentary principle of
just!ce, then I belbve tht the
subsidiary problems can be re resolved.
solved. resolved. 1st
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Phone Panama 3-IS77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
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sino. Casino. Phone Balboa IBM.
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Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Room with bath bathroom
room bathroom and kitchen. Second Street.
Parque Lefevre No. 6.
completely ratted on their prom promise
ise promise Leather added that Dulles has
shattered the confidence between
Washington, London and Paris
which he said is the only sound
foundation for world peace.
Then, he said, U.S. leaders
urged Britain to take a firm stand
on the situation and promptly re refused
fused refused to support it.
Leather said Dulles and Presi President
dent President Eisenhower r i g i n a 1 1 y
"pleaded" with Prime Minister
Anthony Eden not to take the
Suez dispute to the United Nations.
Scout News
Hiko To Gamboa
Waterfall
Satnrrlav mnrninff wac the start
of the Hike and Fieid Trip Pro-
grams set up for the American
Legion's TrooD 3.
The weather was right cool and
clear, and the Scouts set their own
brisk pace for the five mue mice.
Entertained by the lively chatter
of Arias and Roe, few of the
Scouts realiezd that they made the
five miles in one hour, which av averaged
eraged averaged 12 minutes per mile quite
a record for the other troops to a
chieve.
The hike led to the lovely Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Waterfall, where the white
laced water crashing over th e
rocks to the cool blue lagoon be below
low below was a clear invitation for a
quick dip by the entire troop.
Scouts Hare, Rentfrow, Roe and
Arias took advantage of the 'area
to look for minerals. Rentfrow,
with his gold pan worked desper desperately
ately desperately for pin money gold dust.
Everybody scoffed at him until
he filled the bottom of the vial
with color.
-
Mr. Roe got a roaring fire go going
ing going and started preparations for
chow. The odor of his steak and
onions wafted over the entire a a-rea,
rea, a-rea, and soon each scout was bu busy
sy busy preparing his meal. Several
novel methods nf cooking were ob observed.
served. observed. One group of Scouts had
the meat wrapped in aluminum
foil and simply threw the entire
package in the coals. Another
trick was to cube the steak and
skewer it along with a strip of ba bacon
con bacon on an old coat hangar and
suspend it over the live coals.
Then, of course, there is the old
Eisenhower theory of taking a
piece of raw meat and dropping
it directly on to the hot coals for
a few minutes. The side dishes,
potatoes and onions were thrown
right in the fire.
While in the vicinity of the ws ws-terfall.
terfall. ws-terfall. contact was made with
Troop 15 of Gamboa. headed by!
Mr. Biava. After chow, the area
was cleaned up and the Troop left
for home.
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Maryknoll Priest
In Peru By Small
LIMA, Peru, Oct. 9 (UP) 1
Father Daniel McLellan, of Den Denver,
ver, Denver, Col., a priest of the order
of Maryknoll, said today that a
savings and loan association he
organized last year is making
smau capitalists out of hereto
fore poverty-stricken Indians iri
the Peruvian Andes.
The association, first of its
kind in Peru, also makes pos possible
sible possible for an Indian to borrow
money for emergency needs at
reasonable rates. Loan sharks
in remote mountain areas
charge as high as 25 per cent
monthly interest.
Father McLellan organized the
"Cooperativa de Ahorro y credi credi-to
to credi-to de San Juan," in Puno, with
a capital of $300 and 20 mem
bers. Today the credit and sav savings
ings savings cooperative has $20,000 in
outstanding loans, another $5, $5,-000
000 $5,-000 waiting for customers and
more than 300 "stockholders."
''We had two goals," Father
McLellan said. "First, we wanted
to encourage systematic savings
among the Indians and laboring
people, second, we waniea to
make reasonable loans avauaoie
to them."
Indians pay back their loans
promptly, he found. So far, on only
ly only one borrower has defaulted.
He owes $17.50. He is not an In Indian.
dian. Indian. "We think we are proving the
Indians and working people of
Peru can pay for their own
homes," Falther McLellan told
this correspondent.
"There has been a lot of
talk about the need for a gov government
ernment government housing program, fi financed
nanced financed by U.S. or internation international
al international lending agencies. We believe
Hie homes can be financed lo locally.
cally. locally. There is a lot of money

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Boats & Motors
FOR 5ALE: 16-fr. Playboy Vi"
plywood, made special for off.
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engines. Ave. Primers No. 6,
San Francisco. Phone 3-2S45.
Helps Indians
Loan Cooperative
under mattresses out there In
the provinces."
He said a home can be built
in Puno, SoutheEii Peru, for a a-bout
bout a-bout $1,000. Within the next
year the San Juan Cooperative
will be able to make such a
loan, with payments of $17.50 a
month, the heme would be
"clear" in five years and 10
months, the priest said.
Father McLellan came to Li Lima
ma Lima from Puno this week to try
to persuade the government to
start local loan associations
throughout Peru. This, he said,
would be the fastest solution to
the housing problem.
"We know now (that the In Indians
dians Indians and working people will
repay their loans on time," ho
said. "But banks in Peru, by
law, can make only commercial
loans. Many Indians speak no
Spanish and do not understand
finance. There are few reliable
loan agencies for them anyway.
They must turn to loan sharks
for homes or emergencies."
Fattier- McLellan speaks the
Indian language, Quecb.ua, flu fluently.
ently. fluently. His mother, Mrs. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret McLlellan, lives in Denver.
Meetings
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Parents Of Prospective
Brownies, Scouts
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girls belong to a Brownie or Girl
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meeting at the Quarters of Mrs.
Will Davis, 210B Growler St.,
Rodman on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 7
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Second Game
On TV Tonight

The second

of the

It's all even again after six games in the 1956 World Series. Righthander Clem Labine and third
baseman Jackie Robinson were the big heroes today when the Brooklyn Dodgers edged the New York

Yankees, 1-0, in ten pressure-packed innings at fcb Dets rieia.
Labine scattered ten hits and held the ever dangerous Yankees at bay through through-out.
out. through-out. Robinson lined a single off the left field wall to drive home Junior Gilliam with
the winning run in the last half of the tenth inning.
Gilliam got to first on a walk. He was sacrificed to second by Pee Wee Reese.
Then slugging Duke Snider was intentionally passed for the second straight time to
get at Robinson. But the strategy backfired when Jackie lined the game winning drive
over the head of Yankee left fielder Enos Slaughter.
Losing pitcher Bob Turley hurled a tremendous game. He struck out eleven and
limited the world champion Dodgers to four scattered hits. Gilliam, Snider and Labine
were the other Dodgers to get hits.
Hank Bauer, Joe Collins and Yogi Berra got two hits each and Billy Martin had
& solo to account for the Yankees' safeties.
The play-by-play:

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32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1956

FIVE CENTS

FIRST INNING
YANKEES: Right fielder Hank
Bauer, leading off against Dodd Dodder
er Dodder righthander Clem Labine, sin singled
gled singled to center. First baseman Joe
Collins bounced to second for a

doubleplay. Gilliam to Reese to! left.

Hodses. MicKey Manue, cemei
fielder, grounded out to second.
No runs, one hit, no errors,
none left.

er. Bautr singled to center. Col Collins
lins Collins singled to left on a drive
that Reese knocked down, Bauer
holding at second. Mantle bounc bounced
ed bounced out to first, unassisted. No
runs, two hits, no errors, two

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DODGERS: Junior Gilliam,
facing Yankee righthander Bob
Turlev, grounded out to second.
Shortstop Pee Wee Reese struck
Out. Center fielder Duke Snider
singled to left. Third baseman

Jackie Robinson lined out to

short. No runs, one hit, no er
rors, one left.

SECOND INNING
YANKEES: Catcher Yogi Ber Berra
ra Berra singled off the right field
screen. Left fielder Enos Slaugh Slaughter
ter Slaughter forced Berra at second, Gil Gilliam
liam Gilliam to Reese. Second baseman
Billy Martin flied out to right
center. Shortstop Gil McDougald
struck out. No runs, one hit, no
errors, one left.
DODGERS: First baseman Gil
Hodges walked. Left fielder San Sandy
dy Sandy Amoros forced Hodges at sec second.
ond. second. Collins to McDougald. Right
fielder Carl Furillo struck out.
Catcher Roy Campanella struck
out. No runs, no hits, no errors,
one left.
THIRD INNING
YANKEES: Third baseman
Andy Carey lined out to right.
Turley bounced out to the pltch-

DODGERS: Labine struck out.

Gilliam hit a fly ball to left that
Slaughter lost in the sun, but
Gilliam was thrown out at sec second
ond second when he tried for two bases.

Reese bounced a ball to first
iwhen he took away a pitch for
the third out. No runs, one hit,
no errors, none left.

FOURTH INNING
YANKEES: Berra grounded
out to second. Slaughter flied
out to deep center. Martin sin singled
gled singled to left. McDougald skied to
deep left. No runs, one hit, no
errors, one left.
DODGERS: Snider struck out.
Robinson walked. Hodges flied

out to right. Amoros popped out

to third. No runs, no hits, no
errors, one left.
FIFTH INNING
YANKEES: Carey flied out to
right. Turley popped out to first.

Bauer skied to left. No runs, no

hits, no errors, none left.
DODGERS: Furillo struck out.
Campanella struck out. Labine

struck out. No runs, no hits, no

errors, none left.
SIXTH INNING
YANKEES: ColHns filed out to
deep center against the wall.
Mantle was robbed of a hit by
Gilliam, second to first. Berra
doubled to right. Slaughter
walked. Martin popped out to
third. No runs, one hit, no er errors,
rors, errors, two left.
DODGERS: Gilliam walked
Reese popped out to the catcher

in front of the plate. Snider
walked.. Robinson popped to the
shortstop in short left field.

Hodges popped out to second

No runs, no hits, no errors, two
left.

SEVINTH INNING
YANKEES: McDougald was
called out on strikes. Carev
bounced out to short. Turley hit
back to the mound, pitcher to
first. No runs, no hits, no er errors,
rors, errors, none left.
DODGERS: Amoros struck out.
Furillo popped out to right.
Campanella struck out. No
rims, no hits, no errors, none

left.

EIGHTH INNING

YANKEES: Bauer struck out.
Collins doubled off the right

field screen. Mantle was inten intentionally
tionally intentionally walked. Berra skied to
shallow center. Enos Slaughter
grounded out to second. No
runs, one hit, no errors, two left,
left with a drive that bounced
into the stands for a ground rule
two-base hit. Gilliam struck out.
Snider was intentionally given a
base on balls. Robinson popped
out to third. No runs, one hit,
no errors, two left.

NINTH INNING
YANKEES: Martin bounced

out to third. McDougald struck
out. Carey was out, pitcher to
first. No runs, no hits, no er

rors, none left.

DODGERS: Hodges bounced

out to pitcher. Amoros walked.
Furillo lined out to left. Cam

panella skied to center. No

runs, no hits, no errors, one left.

ram

norm series win be snown oTer
(FN television at 7 tonight.
The first tame was aired last
night.
The kinescopes of the games

are being especially airmailed
to the Canal Zone by the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Radio and Televis on
Service. All of the games will
be shown over CFN one game
each night until the comple completion
tion completion of the Series provided the
kinescopes arrive in time. The
third game kinescope, which

will be shown tomorrow tight,
has already arrived here.
All the games will be aired
at 7 o'clock in the evening.

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Rainbow City Will
Hold Civil Defense
Meeting Tomorrow
The towns of Rainbow City and
Santa Cruz will hold their monliuy
Civil Defense meeting tomorrow

and Thursday. The ladies of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City will meet at the school
at 6:30 p.m., and the ladies of

Santa Cruz will meet at the Serv Service
ice Service Center at 8 p.m.

ah members of the townsites

Civil Defense Volunteer Corps are
urged to attend as there will be a
discussion on the final plans for
the Jackpot V exercises scheduled
for October.

The general public is invited to
attend.

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Bob Turley

passed. Robinson smashed
drive off the left field wall to
score Gilliam with the winning

run. one run, one axi, no er
rors, twole't.

7 Die Violently As Pro-Administration Party
Claims Walkover Win In Honduran Elections

Widow Says Her
Interest In Adlai
Is Only Political
Mrs. Dorothy Vredenbursh. secre

tary of the Democratic National
Committee, returned from a Europ-j
ean vacation today still insisting
her interest in Adlai E. Stevenson
is "purely political," not personal.!
Mrs. Vredenburgh, a Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala widow, denied rumors
,of a romance with the Democratic
presidential nominee when she
sailed for Europe a month ago

she repeated the denial today.
"My interest in Mr. Stevenson's

success is purely political," she
said.

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, Oct.
9 (UP) The pro administra administra-tion
tion administra-tion Reformist Movement Party
won all 56 seats in the constituent
assembly in Sunday's elections
the leader of the party said today.

At least seven persons wen
reported killed in scattered vio violence
lence violence during the voting for
members of the convention that
is to reorganize the presidental
election machinery which broke

down two years ago.
Public security police reported
the commader of the military

garrison and "several" soldiers
were killed in an attack- on the
village of Villanueva a members

of the opposition Liberal Party.
The leader of the raiders also was
reported killed.
Four officials of the reformist
Movement were reported hacked
to death by machete wielding
Liberal who ambushed their
automobile in the same area.
An official police statement said
One person was killed and nine
wounded in an election day in incident
cident incident in front of the Liberal
Party headquarters. The state

ment said police opened fire in
I self defense after being fired upon

trom a noiei next 10 me neaaquar
ters.

Gen. Abraham Williams Calde-i
ron, head of the Reformist Move Movement
ment Movement Party, said early returns
from the elections indicated a
landslide victory for the pro-administration
forces. The move movement
ment movement ran a coalition ticket of the
Reformists and the National U
nion Party.
The Nationalist Party a b s s-tained
tained s-tained from trie vor'ng, charging
'abuses and impositions" on its
candidates. Th Liberals, lead leading
ing leading opposition group, charged
"fraud."

Williams said official results

would not be announced until all
returns have been checked by the
supreme electoral tribunal, pos possibly
sibly possibly within eight' days.
He said the assembly's first ac

tion would be to elect chief of
state Julio Lozano Diaz as presi president
dent president and then ratify the decrees
he issued during the past two
years. Then, he said, it will turn

to me ioo or drawing up a new
constitution.
Lozano has been running the
country since 1954 when a split
in the governing Nationalist

Party made it impossible for any
candidate to amass the majority
vote needed for election as president.

Child Development
Class Still Open

At Junior College
Enrollment is still open for i
class in child development which
meets Th"r-r'v pi-v si th-C-'-M
Zone Junior College from 6:30 to
8:20.
Especially designed for mothers
and fathers of small children, the
course emphasizes the early In Influences
fluences Influences of personality develop development.
ment. development. The material used in the class
will be centered around mat used
last summer at Harvard TTnivorci.

ty in a course in human develop-

Recent, findings in child psycho psychology
logy psychology will be mentioned, and much
time will be devoted to class discussion.

Jackie Robinson

Weather Or Not
This weather report, for the 14
hours ending 8 a m., today, is pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:

BALBOA CRISTOBAL

TEMPERATURE:

High
Low

HUMIDITY:
High
Low

WIND:
(max. mpM .
RAIN (inches)

TENTH INNING WATER TEMP

YANKEES: Turley struck out.' (inner harbors)

Bauer bounced out to short. Col Collins
lins Collins grounded out to second -No
runs, no hits, no errors, none
left,
DODGERS: Labine popped out

wj second, uimam waisea on 7:36 a.m.
four straight pitches. Reese 8:07 p.m.

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