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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, M56
CANADIAN M fgfH M
Border Losses Heavy .
Holy Land Baffle Rages,
Worsf Fighfing Since '48
u.Tuiiivi i.r..l Oct.
ni i I inn 1 1 "
. ... i .;k.knnr h.tie alone- 12 miles
losses on oacn oinwr m
some of tht v?ort Holy Land fighting sine 1948.
Israel put its official losses t 16 killed.
Israel said ft army attacked Jordan's Arab Legion. Jordan accueod Israel of send
ing jet fighter-bombert as well
A aawerful Until hftt hit Hm
Jorsan border fortMM o Kalkilya
list after dark last aieat i r r-luti.n
luti.n r-luti.n ter the aiirriietiee) llyi"e
twi Israeli workers la tht mt area
The battle then spread, rag raging
ing raging in darkness in the region be between
tween between Tel Aviv and Haifa until
United Nations' Truce Chief Maj.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns ordered a
Jordan filed an immediate
complaint with the UN. Mixed
Armistice Commission that Is Israel
rael Israel used 10 jet fighter-bombers
against Arab Legion forces in
the area 14 miles northeast of
The complaint charged that
three aircraft continued to bomb
the neighboring Jordan village
of Aszun after the ceasefire.
Meanwhile, a British newspa newspa-mrmin
mrmin newspa-mrmin whn was with the Is
raeli attacking force before it
Jumped off said tne young Jew Jewish
ish Jewish troops seemed to be the
toughest fighting men he had
"I spent about an hour with
v.. ,,niu r thp Rritish newsman
oiH Th sniriifTs were waiting
to go at any moment. There was
. .iai L! -1 .11 time
heavy arnnery ure u was
we were waiting.
"Wi eaaU hear concentrated
mtckinttun fira frora the leeward
Hew." be added. "These beys were
aft very yevaej. raw ef them seem seemed
ed seemed mere Aw 20 er 21. They were
very attiet as they weired. Very
Jordan's young sMt-Hassein
-wh.h ffoikiivn duriBs- the. bat
tle and ordered hteokbinet to
meet at his Capital City of A A-man.
man. A-man. Da his return to Amman
he called anowier caDinei, e
Unofficial reoorts said King
(heck For $100
b First Response
To Local Demo Bid
a i..v fmm "A Good Demo
.J 9Vgki tn thi Democratic
Clll, peajaaa.. -
miHt for tne sum 01
$100 was the first response to the
request of the Democratic territo territorial
rial territorial committee for local eontnbu eontnbu-:
: eontnbu-: k.i .Upt Adlai Stevenson
as President and Estes Kefauyer
as Vice President 01 tne umieo
The check is already on the way
to Washington, the commmee re
"We don't expect $100 checks
from everybody, a member of
the Committee said," much ai we
would like to have them and the
Party needs them. Donations of
dollars will be appreciated, too
tk. nmnrrtir Partv has al
ways been poor so far as its par par-,
, par-, ftnsnrM are concerned, be-
...... if not th rich man's oar
ty" he said." The Democrats
came out of the 1952 campaign
with a deficit of almost a million
dollars which was paid up large largely
ly largely by the personal efforts of Adlai
Th enmmittee has also Minted
.,,i that rnntrihutors who want to
do so can send their contributions
directly to the Democratic nauon nauon-.1
.1 nauon-.1 rnmmifipp lorn Connecticut
tvMM Washi'nfton D. C. Such
contributors are asked to request
that their donations oe creaueo m
the Canal Zone quota.
Th. I nral rnmmittee also warn
ed local contributors that the time
is short, as the elections are less
than a month away.
They may he won in a TV pho photo
to photo finish," a local committee mem member
ber member said.
xti.t vnnr i, inn aril,
liam Cunningham, 33, was trying
to get anybody's attention at the
World Series game Tuesday when
he ahniitMl he wanted In bet S10
the Dodgers would win. oetecuves
Edward Cole and Michael Mc Mc-Gee
Gee Mc-Gee obliged by arresting Cunning Cunning-hsm
hsm Cunning-hsm as a man wanted for it
months oa swindling charges.
MANILA, Oct. 11 (UPl-A shape shapely
ly shapely American strip-tease artist
wept, freed today after convincing
? iudge that her G-string slipped
Julie Jones, who had been
charged with Indecent exposure
while performing at the Astor
Theater, told Judge Carlos Per Per-fecto
fecto Per-fecto that the torrid heat of the
rha cha cha had loosened bar cov-ering,
11 (i)P ItrkeJ and Jordanian force inflicted heavy
into the border oattie.
Uice!n hart hum in contact
with King Feisal of Iran and the
government 01 oyna on tne sit
Tn Tel Aviv rumors durine the
afternoon said that the United
States and Britain had given ap
proval In principle lor uriusn uriusn-armed
armed uriusn-armed Iraqui forces to occupy
These reports spread like wild
fire, and there were rumors that
Fallon s Team Under Fire
In Long Assembly Debate
a ornnn of World Bank tech
nicians working with the Pana Panama
ma Panama Mtnistrv nf Public Works
were both defended and attack
ed last night as some memoers
of the National Assembly sought
an investieation of the group's
activities in Panama.
The principal target 01 lasi
night's 'Assembly session, which
lasted until a.m. loaay, w
Eugene Fallon, executive direc director
tor director of the Roads, Airports and
Docks Committee MAM) who
was hired by the Panama gov government
ernment government on recommendation of
the world Bang as one 01 me
conditions of a $6,000,000 loan
for highway building in Mana
Fallow an eniWeen ha he"
accused by lewtser Fee
Works Minister Eric Delvalle
in his report ea the activities
conducted la His Ministry
Hrin. h leaf admin;stration.
of sot cooperating; with other
departments of the ministry
and of not training Panama Panama-Brian
Brian Panama-Brian personnel to handle the
work of his committee as pro provided
vided provided in the contract with the
a committee has been ap
pointed by the Assembly to in
vestigate tne activities 01 rat ration
ion ration and his assistants.
Vexterdav a bill presented ov
Assemblyman Alfredo Aleman
Jr., aimed at preventing the re re-nowoi
nowoi re-nowoi nf Fallon's contract with
the government, was withdrawn
after Rooerto iiopez rorena.
new Public Works Minister, tes tes-Hfi&rf
Hfi&rf tes-Hfi&rf that. Fallon's contract
would not be renewed and that
the World Bank would De assea
to recommend a new group 01
technicians, Including Panama
Fallon himself has publicly
stated that he has no desire
to renew his contract with the
Durine the long Assembly ses-
sinn Fallon was defended by
Assemhlyipan Victor Juliao, an
engineer wno is aiso a memucr
nf th rnmmittee headed bv Fal
lon, who has been under nre
from various sectors during the
past montns because 01 nis sirici
handling of the funds loaned to
Panama by the World Bank.
Juliao said he didn't think
Fallon was "too bad," and that
the American engineer had
worked efficiently in the reha
Here's A New Fad
W A SHTNflTftN Oct 11 flfPl
Well, pardner, it appears the old
Americsn art of rustlin aint dead
Police reported today that they
have rounded up a gang of ju juvenile
venile juvenile "dog rustlers." They said
the youngsters "herd" purebred
dogs with someone else's "brand"
on them into a wooded "corral"'
and then sell them to Det shops
j In the nahons caprtaj
One policeman said the rustlers
i got off with as many as 25 dogs
"all purebreds, tlO muttS
before they were caught.
Roo With A View
MELBOURNE, Australia, Oct.
ii iJTP A San Francisco trave'
.o.nf arraneine a bus tour of
the Australian provinces tor
Olympic visitors, sskso auuion auuion-ttos
ttos auuion-ttos here today if they could pro provide
vide provide a little local color.
Pan if ha arranged -for kn-
saToo to he chased across the
road di'rin the trip?" The agency
iirH tt is imnortant to make
sure that the passengers cannot
see the kangaroo being cbased.
On no account must tne pass-
engers know that
isn't a wild one."
ttist mo Kangaroo
of their frontier today in
if this happened Premier David
Ben-Gurion would order Israeli
troops to occupy Jordan-held
western Palestine. But there was
no apparent basis for the ru rumors.
mors. rumors. Earlier, there had been "cau "cautious
tious "cautious estimates" in Israel that
45 Jordanians were killed in the
battle. An accurate estimate was
expected following a report fron
Gen. Burns at the scene.
bilitation of some Panama roads
and had accomplished much for
the length of time he has been
working with the mission from
Comptroller general Roberto
Heurtematte also came to Fal Fallon's
lon's Fallon's defense with regard to
the administration of the
funds placed in his custody.
Hpnrtpmat.t.p said he did not
think it was "convenient" to be
relieved of Fallon's services at
Winston Daniel, one of the A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans working on Fallon's
committee, was the only one who
rppivpri nrola fmm fnrmw
Public Works Minister Delvalle,
wno saio Daniel was me omy
nn nf thp arrniin whn rnniutrat.
ed fully with the Panama gov
Other Amarlnan munnJn nf
the rnmmit.tft whn ujav v1H
cized are Cornelius Bodie, Lacey
nrAj .j mm 1
wuuu aim Viiiiura jweyer.
VA Issues Guide
On Meeting People
WASHTVriTnV n.l 1t Jtrr
The Veterans Administration has
insueo a training puiae to nelp its
177,000 employes do a bettor job
nf mrptino ih nnhlif fana.fA.fa,.
. C"V"V W-IBll
by telephone or by letter,
some oi tne tips it oners:
Face-to-face: "Recognize a vis visitor
itor visitor nrnmntlv Tf vnii pan'f avnirf
a delay, explain it right awly. Be
a guuu iisiener.
By telephone: "Greet the caller
n1ficantlv fliua infnrmatim wil
lingly. Hang up the receiver gent-
By letter: "Don't repeat what Is
said in a letter you receive. Don t
trv tn imnrpas vnur raider with
big words and long involved sen
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THIS NURSE SHARK which weighed In at 280 pounds, was
caught late Tue&day night by 8P:i Chester P. Nichols (right),
of Hq. Battery, 903AA Bn., Ft. Clayton. It took the agile fisher fisherman
man fisherman 20 minutes to land the eight-foot long shark off the Ama Amador
dor Amador Navy Mine Dock pier. He was bly assisted by 1. to r.)
A. Garcia of Panama, SP2 Pete Clark of Quarry Heights, K.
Cox of Curundu and "Bobby."
Newk Shows Up
In Flatbush Court.
Heads For Japan
NEW YORK, Oct. ll-(OT)-pitcher
Don Newcombe of tne
Brooklyn Dodgers appeared at
Flatbush magistrate's court in
Brooklyn today to answer charg charges
es charges of striking a fan and lert
,Y,r,tiv hut reluctantlv for
Idlewild airport from where the
team was to tans on iot a, wui
Newcombe ended the mys mystery
tery mystery of has overnight disap disappearance
pearance disappearance when he revealed
that he actually had spent the
night at his home in t;otu.
N.J., but had asked his wife to
tell callers that he was not
there in order to avoid being
Newcombe arrived at Idlewild
airport not long afterward, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a lawyer, Morris
Barnett. When asked If he were
making thatt trip to Japan, he
"That's what I'm here for."
The Dodger pitcher's attorney,
former magistrate Leo Healy, re received
ceived received a postponement of New New-combe's
combe's New-combe's caseun til Nov. 19.
Newcombe is charged with
hitting a taunting fan, Mi Michael
chael Michael Brown, after being
knocked out of the box in last
Friday's second World Series
ptwerVHTtm, pawk-ng lot
the matter, don't you nave any
wo,nmh would not sav much
to reporters in the courtroom,
but he turned to Healy and ask asked
ed asked if he had to make the sched scheduled
uled scheduled trip to Japan with his team
Healy advised him that "a
contract is a contract" and
that he would have to make
The big pitcher reluctantly
said he would go.
At their home in ioium,
Newcombe's wife said they were
.packed and ready to leave.
Newcombe was greatly dis disturbed
turbed disturbed by the fact that he was
knocked out of the box in both
of his starts against the New
York Yankees in the World Se Series,
ries, Series, including yesterday's decid deciding
ing deciding game.
The Japanese tour has not
been popular with most of the
Dodger players, and Newcombe's
failure In the series made even
more reluctant to go. However,
he faced disciplinary action by
the club if he backed otit.
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LEAVES FOR PITTSBURGH Prftd,ent Bunhower waves
from the doorway of hU plane, the Columbine III, as he leaves
Washington for Pittsburgh where he delivered a nationwide
ralo and television campaign speech.
Civil Defense Organizations
Will Be Active h Jackpot
Public participation in Jackpot
var pyprrUps is heme planned
fnr thp Pacific side communities
south of Pato Miguel, it was an
nounced tossy at uie u tvis
m.M TW.n.. h.aitmiart.ers.
w m,. ii aaii rhc second in
L :j a .u.. h.ina nnit'iirt
series m uun .,vT C aa
by the Armed Forces, wui oeaem
next Wednesday and these will he
th. ,rfc in which the Civil Defense
organization has taken an active
role. On complete oomrui rmm
advance echelon consisting of a a-obut
obut a-obut Z50 Canal Zone Civil Defense
Corps numbers will "be mobihzed
and take part. ,.
Canal Seeks Bids
Of Sinks, Piping
Bids are now being solicited by
k. D..n,. ranal Co. for the re-
LllC x au.,,1. w .
..mut nf sinks. oiDine and
water heaters in a large number
of Canal Zones residences on me
t..ifi. ih Thp bids will be o-
th. mnrninf nf OctOOCr JS
in the Administration Building at
rw nf the lareest nlumlns
projects to be placed on contract
recently, ine worK 15 uiviucu imv
nf which in
at., ranlacement of
150 kitchen smks in Ancon, Balboa
Corozal, Gamboa, Diablo Heignts
Th. annnH schedule will in
dude the installation of new cop cop-fokinir
fokinir cop-fokinir and anmirtcnances;
replacement of three electric hot
water heaters: relocation of 32
other hot water heaters; replace replacement
ment replacement of bathtub faucets and in installation
stallation installation of kitchen cabinets in
a number of quarters in uaiiioa
The contract will he awarded
th. hasis of both schedules
either to one contractor or sepa
rately to tWO dlUereni coniras-
Lost Over Atlantic
LONDON. Oct. U -(UP) -A
U.S. Air Force transport with 59
homewardbound American ser servicemen
vicemen servicemen aboard vanished early to today
day today over the Atlantic ocean be between
tween between England and the Azores
Within hours the air force threw
its 9th Air Rescue Squadron into
operation and "more than a do dozen"
zen" dozen" airplanes began a systema systematic
tic systematic search for the missing plane,
criss-crossing the east Atlantic
from Southern England to the A A-sores.
sores. A-sores. ,
The rescue planes included am amphibians.
phibians. amphibians. KC-97 flying tankers
and British Shackleton bombers.
Aircraft was called in from Prest Prest-wick,
wick, Prest-wick, Scotland, and Orly field,
t.n n 4nin the search.
At lest there ships in the ares
were alerted to look tor wreckage
. i,. ,h. ?T G Air Haea
tor atto toLagess8 the AzoE ; Boyle quickly found the trouble
It was last heart from ISO miles He said Ray Kendrick, 22, admit admit-lL7u".i?
lL7u".i? admit-lL7u".i? nf l and s End off ted sawing off 24 telephone poles
the southern tip of England
The pubife participation in the
y will be
toe r i
also be expe
the siren first
It is also pi
to have the
ticioate in the
the third of thfl
are held on thai
!e of the Isth
mus later this
ith. The Canal
Tnne'a rivh De
Cross on the
Atlantic side wil"
ike an active
Do Rock N'RolM
Has London Agog
LONDON, Oct. 11 (UP) tm
Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Ed Edinburgh
inburgh Edinburgh rock 'n roll at the Duke
of Kent's 21st birthday party?
Where was the beauteous and
fun-loving Princess Margarethe of
These two questions overshad overshadowed
owed overshadowed the Suez Canal crisis today
in conversation among royalty royalty-minded
minded royalty-minded Britons.
The party, which did not break
up until almost dawn at the
Duke's family home in Ivor, did
not feature any of the hi-jinks that
have occurred among the Duke's
social set. But it spawned the usu usual
al usual number of conflicting reports.
The London Star's gossip col columnist
umnist columnist claimed Queen Elizabeth
danced tn several rock 'n' roll
numbers with Lord Dorchester
and the Duke of Edinburgh joined
with Princess Alexandra as his
partner. She is the Duke of Kent's
nihnr tunrcM renoi'ted the
Oueen and her husband left the
party before the rock 'n' roll
Aimnct ovprvhndv who is any
body in the royal family's circle
was at tne party oui mc uue wv
able exception appeared to be 22-year-old
Margarethe of Sweden.
The young Duke, who formally
reached marrying age yesterday,
now is considered Britain's most
eligible young man since he is
seventh in line to the throne.
Since Princess MaTBaicthe is
considered Sweden's most elipiWc
young woman, social circles often
link their names romantically.
Reports in advance of the party
said she was scheduled to attend,
but so far as newsmen could
learn, she never appeared.
UNION, S. C, Oct. 11 (ITP) -When
subscribers en the 24-mile
long Union-Neat Shoals telephone
line had trouble making calls,
thev called in Sheriff Rochelle
' and hauling them awai,
d wllHaaaHHI simile
, ted tn -DSTt
WASHINGTON, Oct. II (UP) President Eiten Eiten-houwer
houwer Eiten-houwer wos questioned at his press conference today about
reports that members of Congress by the score have been
taking free Caribbean cruises on Panama Line ships.
Mr. Eisenhower said he believes the names of all pas passengers
sengers passengers on government-operated ships should be made
public. He said he can see no reason on earth why such
passenger lists should not be published the day the ship
(A spokesman for the Panama Canal Company, which
issues Panama Line passenger lists to local newspapers
usually some time before sailing date, said today he could
recall no instance of a Congressman asking to have his
1 r ml a I I a
name lerr ia rnese nsrsj.
Durine his nress conference
President Eisenhower also de
nied that he had ever consid considered
ered considered announcing during the
campaign plans to end the draft
and H-bomb tests.
The President also said he
would go before the United Na Nations
tions Nations if he thought such a per personal
sonal personal appearance would help
WsVthf 5toC fAu-Al Ll tiaiS.
Mr. Eisenhower reiterated
Ms long standing position that
ne would go) anywhere in tne
world and do anything to get
peace with justice.
Mr. Eisenhower was asked a a-bout
bout a-bout reports that GOP cam campaign
paign campaign strategists originally plan planned
ned planned announcing an end to the
draft and H-bomb (tests but had
been forced to drop them after
Adlai E. Stevenson came out
with statements on the two sub subjects
Mr. Eisenhower said the re reporter
porter reporter was telling him things a a-bout
bout a-bout his Administration he had
never heard of. And he said he
never had considered anv such
In answer to another ques question
tion question about Stevenson's cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign statements aboaut end end-ng
ng end-ng H-bomb tests, Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower said he had said his
last word on the draft and H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb test issues In the politi political
cal political campaign.
In other highlights of his
news conference, Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower:
er: Eisenhower: 1 Said a new drought pro program
gram program will be announced later to today
day today and a conference of all the
responsible people in the
drought-stricken areas will be
called after the election.
2 Said he believes that the
management of U.S. domestic
affairs is the main issue in the
present political campaign.
3 Said he will have his prom promised
ised promised general medical checkup
sometime before the end of this
4 Again urged all eligible
Americans to register to vote in
the Nov a election.
5 Indicated he hasn't yet
made up his mind on continuing
aid to Yugoslavia. He must de decide
cide decide by Oct. 16.
On the political front, Mr.
Eisenhower said he is not
ready to write off the South as
far as Republicans are con concerned
cerned concerned in the Nov. 6 election.
He said that would be like say-ino-
there is a section of the
country in which he has no In Interest.
terest. Interest. But he said he has no
definite plans at present to cam-
2 pain. At Weekend
The sixth and seventh
gaes of the World Ser es will
be telecast over CFN-TV at
p.m. instead of 7 p.m. on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday, the Infor Information
mation Information Office at USARCARIB
The change of time la tele telecasting
casting telecasting the game is being
made in order to air popular
programs at their regular
time during the week-end.
The fourth and fifth games
will be shown tonight and to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night starting at 1
naiern In the South where four
states went Republican in 1952.
H saw his heart had been
warmed by the crowds and re receptions
ceptions receptions he had received on his
campaign trips. He said he was
prevented from making more
campaign trips by his job as
out the Presidential duties on
vacations at Augusta. Ga and
at Denver, uoio., nut tnat it WBA
impossible to do that when ht
was out campaigning.
Their Sunny Side
TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 11 (UP)
The typhoons which frequently
maul Formosa also have a sunny
side to them, an optimistic news
paper columnist contended today.
While conceding that tropical
storms caused an estimated 6 mil million
lion million dollars damage this year oa
the island, he listed five benefits
typhoons bring to Formosa's
1. They promote extensive re repairs
pairs repairs to leaking roofs, making
good business for building sup suppliers
pliers suppliers and forcing homeowners to
make their houses more secure.
2 Thev clean un citv streets
"the way the authorities are not
capable of doing."
3. Thev orovc which huildinea
constructed with govern ment
funds are well- made aad which
are poorly built.
4. They prevent hypochondriaei
from leaving their homes, thus
giving local doctors a chance to
"really enjoy a good rest."
5. They rid urban aress of unfit
buildings on which "no action has
ever been taken by the municipal
government to condemn."
PC Seeking Bids
For Sewer Main,
Tile Floor Work
The replacement of a sewor
main at Coco Solo Hospital; the
installation of a tile floor in the
District Court Building in Ancon;
and the acoustical treatment of
Room 316 in the Administration
Building are among the projects to
be awarded on contract by the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company.
Bids on the sewer mam and the
acoustical treatment of Room 318
in the Administration Building will
be opened the morning of Oct. 31
in the Adminitration Building. Bids
on the installation of tile floor will
be openeh the morning of Oct. 29..
Tb job of replacing the sewer
,,M ennaiat nf the removal
of tht existing pipe, the laymg of
a new eight-inch pipe between Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital and the sewage
treatment plant and the construc construction
tion construction of a manhole for the sanitary
The sccoustical treatment work work-consists
consists work-consists of Installation of acousti acoustical
cal acoustical tile on the ceiling and part of
the wall of the outer office of the
Enguieering and Construction Di Director
rector Director in the Administration build-
The third project consists of the
furnishing and installation of resi resilient
lient resilient tile flooring for a section of
the third floor of the District
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THE MAR BOA
a here's mutiny abrewin
i hear from capin Q and Capiin Z,
The Captains, more inoignnies eichewln
Are almost mined enough to go to sea.
Please lend your wit to this dilemma frantic,
twng hey, astute commander that you are.
They work but forty hours on the Atlantic
Wruch ain't enough to pay the bills by far.
But captains who commute from the Pacific
Vvofk fifty hours a week without a lull.
And the sold they've stashed away it quite
But their social life is limited and dull.
Our Captain Q has further cause for worry,
lie finds the Commy food both bland and stale
.nis pilot's palate palpitates for curry
which other commies Jerve beyona tne pale.
Captain Z s complaint is even more alarmin'
And threatens his relations with the West,
iie misses the obsequious salaam'
ind nifty, bright brass buttons cn his chest.
The captains do not speak of matters petty,
uut just of salient subjects, as you noie.
me minor matters moulder in committee
or pivot On the next electoral vote.
So shall we back their cause if they should nesu
fcjjg hey, a thoughtful guv 'tier such as you?
vs snail wo have a round of desptdidas?
i or Nassu gain may Well be our gain, too.
Dick DeatiCj ;
By VICTOR RllfIL
PITTSBURGH All God's chil-
lun got shoes, only some got more
shoes than others. Some got SO
pairs of shoes like Nick Stirone,
president of the western Pennsyl
vonia Laborer's Council and also
leader of the Af L-CIO Common
Laborer's Union, Local 1058.
There's nothing common about
Nick's wardrobe. Be has a suit
to match each pair of shoes. And
some 40 others too, so he doesn't
have to repeat. My interest in
Stirone is neither sartorial nor in
the fact that he believes nothing
is too good lor a leader of the
proletariat. Nor even in the fact
that he is now under federal in indictment
dictment indictment on three charges of ex
torting $45,000 from contractors
"bv u.e of acoial and threatened
force and violence."
My Pittsburgh newspaper col colleagues
leagues colleagues have covered this case
carefully and only the FBI, which
jdid the thorough job of probing
into the heartaches of those who
were pressured, cau add more to
i This the FBI will do when the
Justice Dept. begins trying Sti Stirone
rone Stirone and four others next spring.
What does fascinate me is stir-one's
bitterness and his sheer
amazement over his personal
nightmare the fact that contrac contractors
tors contractors and the government fought
1 Last Dec. 10, shortly after he
was indicted for violating sundry
anti-racketeering laws, Stirone
. lathed out at the press. This fash fashionable
ionable fashionable leader of laborers told reporters:
"I've already been tried and
convicted by the newspapers.
Let's not talk about anything. I've
been persecuted and kicked
i to. a Uiere was real anguish
l A" tAAF i-rsr
Swij. jfct JnSa. fcifc- kwvV
WASHINGTON Chairman1 range, careful plannin
ll $mm 'tmMnxfffS
x-uBici isuucs iu cam- ,ast.
palgn for the OOP ticket, and
tne secretary of state is waver wavering.
ing. wavering. Hitherto he has main.tinj
that for the sake of the biparti bipartisan
san bipartisan foreign policy he should keep
Before Hall nreps DiiIIm t h r.
mar, nwever, ne ought to check, which, thonsh
with leaders of the Greek Ortho- th. m.
J A . 7 I--" i g".AVJ
ox umircn, before which Dulles Today the
spune id5l weeK.
Prior "iev. Dulles' speech, Arch-
At the time of the Roman .m
mre this little area of X "iC
fast (8yna, Lebanon, Israel Jor
dan, Iraj Saudi Arabia, m
Egypt) held 60,000,00 peopte
TA4.y it holds m;m,
was under n
area is rhnnni ..
bitter countries, with
bishop Michael cautioned hii" cj&g n.tioVm the" e. 'T1 'T1-borts
borts 'T1-borts to keep out of Stevensonl R,ei S?L "t I I-hAarinuarUrc
hAarinuarUrc I-hAarinuarUrc .hiAh ... 8 .ProgressiveBe, he.
aRuai Araoia is
LO, THE POOR INDIAN
Tl.e letter in your issue of Oct.. 4 by "A Sympathiser" real
iwJ i.. on me neaa,
Question And Answer
By BOB RUARK
please me greatly if
ne. Cnabel n 1 1 1
"LET YOURSELF GO SEC himself an a Mt if h. I. .a
TION: (the caps belong to the luckv. a bunch rf hinnHv rimr.
m his voice. Nick stirone was
troubled. And I do believe that
such men as Nick hypnotize them
selves. They dish it out and when
it catches up to them
in the form oi,U
wa. u hi ... ,! circular (mimeographed) letter, your Spleen here, contribute any
lIUIL vruu uu uwu
jrouno n o-.-j e can li lue south, but not, I should )m- or obscene . .")
through in some Jqniet moment, let! agine very' muoh- Okay, Toots. Thi
'.. y 22.JE.m,L trSll. AU Mrs. Betts wants me to do Yourself Go." I weeklies, "coOvbov We-nVlthe Near East
u.e auuh.lu.cu., nnuugM. m. u.? do ner for beT She ,.. About Once a Wtek I Bet the M,h rROnitlfii M.l aS' The British anH
A-lhl! rstato thisiec, bec.uie iiiyXM, bate mitag out 'wan toTisW n to
of indictmentJ-theyafter iU l tm only an.wering her, things like this-feel free to vent avoid work for the aforesaid
, j tinuiAi vniiiiiBUKiApiicu; icuci. yuur suen irere, comnouie any- Dioodv drones
. ti, ..i11'11 murder me ta her sector of thing original, angry, irrelevant j Anybody you would have writ-
"iine sown, dui not, i snoum im- or otiscene . ) ten to would hvo nut in w
s is the "let hungry apprenticeship country
headquarters for the Greek Orth
"NO political activity, no nnlit-
ical activity." the archbiahon
Following Dulles' speech, how-
rnliintr Im avtl
royalty monev. so much tk.f
SS? ;.dtS "".to d0
A ". "wyi m contrast is pov-
criticized, but about
trials in Poland, a long way frm
eriy-sincKen. its average annual
wuiue i w a year, its nonu a.
infested with traehnm.
..r.!."'1"- n' mseasefl each
the Poshan tEL
ever, np smnnpri nie wam no wm
uuttes addressed the Greek not JrumJ" aeRie;
about Cyprus where U.S. back-! SaC Prefsed,
lne of Britain ha hson
Nasser was picked by
r.r., ifliues ana nis Near Eastaen
Most amazing of all, Dulles It fil1 ft hnPon of the un un-directly
directly un-directly criticized the church in leog- B"1 h.e h8 Pnt Mi
Poland for political activity, mAy """5 !W fif ictm
wnich in the opinion of Greek' ?tte5 fft of h peo-
American listeners did two PleHe now h,s $180,(100,000
things- 9 RuM1,n arms, and to pay for
I It put him on the same side lnera heJh, hock,d national
as the Kremlin, which alo op- "HS1 'or years to come
poses ehureh activity in Poland. L 2S? Tm1' ?,er
2. It put him against the no- f10' StPlJ! u,e bai
Utical acUvity of Greek Orthodox I tok ffS ,thIlr Purch,ie- Tb'
Archbishop Makarios, who has wkhy ,rel 10 rvous today,
been exiled from Cyprus by the,Sfl?J only. tM"t:
British. .AH this requires statesmanship
Though the Roman Catholici5i tte rbettve, kmg-range or or-Church
Church or-Church is involved in Poland. tbi ?r- 001 IINNW diplomatic
Greek Orthodox Church is kmmlLL. m-n
at vigorous in claiming that hu ,154?" PEJ
man relations and solitica: rela
tioons are intertwined and that the
church has a right to fight for
"Dulles probably lost the GOP
1,000.000 voies by that speech."
marked George Vournas, promi prominent
nent prominent Greek-American.
What the foreign ministers
meeting at the U.N. seems to ig
nore it the need of long-range
planning for the Suet Canal and
Talking with Harry Truman in
Kansas City, he volunteered his
ideas on constructive planning
for the Near Bast.
"The Dead Sea," he said, "is the
lowest point in the world about
J.300 feet below sea level. I pro proposed
posed proposed when I was in office to dig
a canal from the Mediterannean
to the Dead Sea and harness that
l.Jno foot dron for Riecfc power.
"That would make Israel the
industrial area of the Near last.
Then I would rebuild the iT'a iT'a-tlon
tlon iT'a-tlon works of the fiftrek and Eu
phrates. Tamerlane destroyed
h,icc nt nno anil uigrv nnm-s mi! . , ... 1 --& bum ctivi.
ja.-l.- .'1 JVUft V, J .IUUI..I pu. n inir a lirAUL U nnnL' .nllimn .-tin CMa n l,.rl,nmn a ima aa i.J I 1. . .. 1.. . n II Fm M ,1(1 111MV M I PUPr
.oykl aarvice to our government. tween .March, .1951, and Sep.em- cupation, place of b.rlh. jiome ad-people to work for them. I don't even tell mv wife nr m But while the world's tooi,inia-" ctiOTed Truman, point-
tn'x ijsusM. w-Sffa ;rriAAi's ,jri5- sjs -5s ftus 2. !"te..?L Saaatsr s-jsrj&m
ji '"'" HMiiim.m. .- . i. .;- ---- u.i . tunic tunuue in strangers. i- uiuicu oiaies uas oeen on r.
. UAB, 1.54.
1TI , ishakedownt.
; Hew there is no place for u. in the C.Z. to Uve. Our The Justice D
erivileaos are being taken-away ffom us one by one. No more stirone demand
mail On the C.Z. Jan. 1. 1051. Alter that, wnat next? company pay the labor
auyoe i can guess, uur commissary pnvueges, we wiu noi. cents per yam lur cement neiiv-icmmens 0B material bow
De aiiowea w tiuer ine mgn anu migniy uauai Aonc. Aitnuugu erea lor some rruuDurgu oica camp to select it etc 7
... ... rr . ... v .... I i: i illann I T WA AAt-A TAIv f ..-.t....i 1 aaaa i 1 . a
ve pay itumius im nmuY ui u w icjai Aiaumc lu, luiiauuvuuu. 1 Whal do vou ronsirier vnur hpst
...... ..P. I r. AT 1 -WAR-VR1A-a 111 9U
articles, ana-or ROrV titles, ike vou. Mrs. Betts. wr le. n i ahi. i. .ki- i j---. i
l.,.Wi.W. r m.8.lA. !... ..B ...... .'...1 Jt .-"r"V" V""A ull l UBRl ID,
i weea-to-wAek, dayto-day basis. IuTaam,.
We have had no lona-ranee nlan. .!f I1 "e to go to wast
aiiafa0c tVt-if r -7 '8"vo' uoi"' juu "F except i never Degrudeed anv "c I,ave "HU ng-ranee pjatv r a v
t?st Rer?s ,SP! iB Process, working time, tell me all ydur se-jpersonal time to a writer ten-year goal on which to set tbe, PP lMrn "?ews
m5 ftftvlprts5nt Ume? etwls M 10 ntc- srets so that I can pawn them in who seriously wanted to know r sights. Population along the fre cou,,ns; fi we ean
L?" h5? Pated publication. Any interes'tng print . about the pitfalls INUe is increasing; the standard!10 eoPte we can make this
c,".; emments on material, bow you I, and most of us, are '.ot ihler- And the Only adviee is this- Cat of living decreasing. Arab popu-ne ,..tnfi ,rllen 'P01 of 1
KeaiU1, sometimes I wonder if I am an American or what. I
have a birth ctitiflcate, an Army honorable discharge and ot;,cr
papers, but still I wonder.
Sure we have a veterans organization on the C.Z.
P it J'' a,Ai-lr 1. lot. .- ,.,h1
me secona inflicimeni Fays inai m.lhnrii or annrnArhps Anv aH. r,ih,r n.nni.'c offnrl
J'i,weeil.1.Mil.relij.i.95La2d J"ly-Vvice to aspiring writers? Yourl Th reason we are not interested
1953. Stirone aemanded and got imm.i.rm ;mc in ik. . i .. i ........j .u
til. ... k. !A.i..j tt. ,L J ill m niiiuia 1 SIH1UI Y lllll u WC W.MCU All
. There $4,000 from the IRObert Hawthorne, fi,u Anv comments on nresent. m,r tim. n,nfinalc rtnlnp
are some of the Big Shots that never lett the C.a,. Yet thoy .Inc which had contracts for de-ld.y writing? Young writers? i other people's amateur work for
ested in writing a term-paper for a job, work at it, and learn fromllation re reptless. The situation
the eager students, the eager for-; the mint. mi mitt n j; between Israel and the Arah
ti7;..-... l jr r.: i .
i inn uni rnasiers. me eager caagers oi Dy you It know Whether yOUTC a ,tllles nas Deen veroing on war.
bum or a professional.
are Ametican leion or VFW. Look in the dictionary for the molition work at what is now Mel-
meaning of ttw word "veteran'' long exercised or expeiienc3u, Ion Square.
especially in military life, one thus experienced. Am I right? i
I Accordi"? W the third
One more thins the most pitiful and inhuman sight lament. Stirone received
have ever seen is on the first of tne month since dosing tne
Ancon P.O. to retired employes, in ths line at the Balboa P.O.
crippled men, hall b.aid. holding on to each other, paying bus
fare, ttanding in line for hours a, the P.O.
Present books or trends? If you them, we wouldn't be Worthy of
know any other news of fellow the mimeographed plea. You
writers which is available for wouldn't have heard of us.
- W. W. I Vet
T V. COMMERCIALS
I see by the letters you publish that there is a lot of confusion
in some people s mind as tb the reason for Panama's objection to
the T.V. commercials in the Army station and I would like to set
the record straight once and for all.
T.V. and radio waves do not respect boundaries and it is there therefore
fore therefore essential that neighbouring areas enter intl some sort of a
greement in order to prevent interference between the stations in
one area and those in the other. If there is no agreement a chaotic
situation would develop ana neither of the two would be able to
enjoy the programs That is the reason we have international a a-greementa
greementa a-greementa regulating the assignment of radio and T.V. frequencies.
When Panama and the Army reached an agreement for the
installation Of a T.V. station in the Canal Zone one of the provi provisions
sions provisions stated that the station would abstain from telecasting com commercials
mercials commercials and the Army agreed to it.
This provision was put in by the Panama Government at the
request of the owners of radio stations in Panama (not the mer merchants)
chants) merchants) who had already been assigned T.V. channels and were
makin arrangements to install T.V. stations and feared that if
free advertising was carried by the Army station they would be
losing potential customers.
The Canal Zone people must realize that as long as thev have
,i .... wo ln toen country they have to accept certain
limitations to their rights and prerogatives compatible with the
ui wn tuumrj uiRy uve m.
from the Doherty Lumber and
Wrecking Co., of Detroit, which
tore down the Carnegie Building.
Says the government: Stirone got
the money by threatening to stir
labor disputes and slow the work.
And lays the U.S. Attorney, D.
Malcolm Anderson, here:
"Contractors . were bawled
out by Stirone for agreeing to con contract
tract contract prices on demolition jobs
without consulting him . This
practice of shakedowns Is increas increasing
ing increasing the cost of the Renaissance
program in Pittsburgh and we
Cannot allow anyone to prey on
our redevelopment program."
There's a fourth Indictment
against some of Stirone's col colleagues.
leagues. colleagues. These men, among whom
is the labor official's bodyguard,
are accused of asking $1,000 from
a builder of a cooperative bous bousing
ing bousing development.
To get this grand, the laborers
were ordered to slow down the
building of a dry waif by using
small; putty knives instead of the
bigger trowels. Stirone's col colleagues
leagues colleagues got the money, says the
fnAntinn in A .nlumn nl a o aiu.
Av,ywj detail here."
A professional writer
somewhere on the bottom
barrel. If be is lucky, he works anything to feed us
Yet the United States has de
cided its policy on a shiftinc dav-
But, in tbe meantime, non- of to"d.y basis- whatever Mr. Dulles
i us are running a Lonely Hearts, on a certain day is
bureau, Mrs. Betts. for semi-pro-! mencan Pr,cJr- and that may
iessional people. Please pardon' W? on here Mr. Dulles is
the ill temper, but we get the."1.81 y nd wnom ne l talking
questionnaires once, twice a week, . i
utiH it .roi-mu- u.v.c i;... fJ Meanwhile, the hard facte are
feeding the dog's, let alone writinj J,1 J SueI in ttn
ai : a r t . i RUflt Ha. nnn.nlnl.1., ...A t AlmAM
"Those were some of the
things I wanted to do," the ex ex-President
President ex-President of the United States
spoke a little wistfully, as if he
would still like to be working at
the things he didn't get finished.
Under the Hobbs Anti Ttack Ttack-eteering
eteering Ttack-eteering Act, which Stirone is ac accused
cused accused of violating, he can go away
for 20 years or be fined $10,000, or
both. Certainly the penalty is
si ff. Twenty years is a long
prison term. But Stirone has com-
By the terms of the Panama Onol t, th. tro ia .... petent lawyers. He faces an un-
1 to MtAhliah n ,A-rii r".V.a "VlauJ' ipre udieed court. He can even
"aj vuAAAini, tmi (iiiri iii.Nf mp nn .nn .. . i
XJ&&? Government stipulated that no commer commer-gglfr.ytt
gglfr.ytt commer-gglfr.ytt i tbe Army T.V. station it was protecting the
ffi that th frlrf ,tS CltiZen3 aIld h" Very rlht tO
insist that this part of th? agreement be kept
da iSFJTE'JSiiPS. Jnl 5? Pwerful 18 WW to go ahead and
ae just as Jt pleases, arti to hell with the agreement
A Foreign Merchant.
take his case
Court If be is
to the Supreme
But if Nick Stirone has a peace
ful moment one of these nights
he might ask himself, to whom
could the contractors and the com.
mort )vrer hve anne'eH? Ami
he might ask himself if the too
suits and sixty pairs of shoes were
reallv worth it? Sam Combers.
the grand old little cigar maker
who founded the AFL, wore a tat-
I thought that the ranai 7nn ...... Jtered rair of bedroom slippers to
the greatest tMnis that TSThZZ ,TTZ" n,n was one 01 bis office because he couldn't al al-Zone
Zone al-Zone kias iat i, 1,?". M. r the Canal ford even on. pair of shoe,.
Gee what ri.rt ,7.;.v .u.. ,." ZV. 'nem. .aie- I We have come too far from that
to et back Anii forth yrx.c nve
" a ku waac saaasa. iiurn i.n nnc
. .w -A. MWi
(t)ih&rt pwm Mcdy
there were so few people there.
truly think sua service to the rir.k .odd sure h.'n hi.ln.(
S'LinV411"1 tU tt th4 bt'ten W
to wa5 W mL WWltet want h" tWn-
Canal Zone Raised Worried Mother
Th rRt MIxoRtrm Appllcitlon will
Pea elARr away your Akin plmpta.
Hi: odtrm tonlflit And ie haw
vnur Ikln bocomn clean, dAr An!
aft. NlxRAtrPi It A nw treilmtnt
thnt kills cerma And pataiIim caua caua-Hilt
Hilt caua-Hilt etnw. Itching And pimple. Tor
will not frt rid of th akin troubles
until you ramoVA tha ferrtia that ar
hlddan in the Rrr. So (at Mi-oderm
from your dtutflM today ta flghi
MMplM And eW sad tooth. yORF
-i'V A y
ToUorDd Italian SUITS and COATS
(Do not shrink or loee its shape)
Italian Embroidered SWEATERS and
BOLEROS with stones for evening wea
Italian Angolmere SWEATERS
Italian "T" SHIRTS
will be completely out of date
In ten years it will be carrying
4.000,000 barrels of oil a day to
supply Europe. Seventy per Cent
of the world's oil supply lies un under
der under the arid sands of the Arab
countries, most of it in Saudi Ara Arabia.
bia. Arabia. That oil is essential to Euro European
pean European industry, and the increased
consumption will mean either a I
new duplicating canal, or huge
tankers will be built to go all
tbe way round African or at least
two more pipelines from Iraq
and Saudi Arabia to the Med Mediterranean.
iterranean. Mediterranean. ONCf GREAT EMPIRE
AD this means constructive
planning. It doesn't mean day-to-dav
dickerine over the dinlomt-
ie council tables. It means long-
that have been dried
on a dirty old wire, or
If so, try hanging then
on ou beautiful, spotless
and see bow much cleaner
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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11. 195
, rmmrvT)rvT run y srwnrrn
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JNew f roducls
Ansul Chemical Co.,
NEW YORK (UP) Safct;
devices for cars and a gadget lor
protection against burglars fea feature
ture feature the current list of new prod products.
ucts. products. A harness assembly for the new
automotive safely belts provides
metal to metal contact for ail
movement thus protecting the
belt webbing from wearing and
The harness is anchored to the
vehicle's frames and onW Ihree
holes need to be drilled in the
frame to provide protection for
The company says the belt as assembly
sembly assembly has beer, approved by the
Civil Aeronautics Administration.
For added protection after the
belt assembly is installed another
company has come out with a
sign that fights up when the car's
ignition is turned on. The sign
reads. "Faslen Safety Belts
The sisnal, which e?n be cl'iped
over the sun visor, burns rf! i u u-tomatically
tomatically u-tomatically a'ter one minute. The
company says the signal is avail available
able available in both six and 12 volt mod models
els models and will fit any make car.
(Meyers Co., fark Rapids, Minn.)
A new burg'ar alarm uses infra infrared
red infrared modulated light which is pro projected
jected projected from two cone-shaped
Anyone parsing through the in invisible
visible invisible beam int-rapts the phas phasing
ing phasing and causes a local or central
alarm to sound. The system op-
'.! Lora! Eiks Club
"Cabaret night" will be resum resumed
ed resumed at the Fanama City Elks Club
tomorrow night, after being
"washed out'' by rain last Friday
With two shows scheduled (9:30
and 11:30 p.m.), the evening's en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will feature-a-bevy of
'e-iH Ic r --i -Internallonaiiy
lamous Sparky and
crates successfully at ranges up
to 750 feet, the company says.
(Walter Kidde & Co., Inc. Newark
MANCHESTER. Conn. (UP)
The emergency brake of a
truck showered sparks along a
rr.'le stretch, touching off 20 grass
Ifires. Fire Chief John Men, who
to!ow?a me not, irau, saia, we
got cuite a workout."
Pluggy dance team, exotic rhum
ba dancer Bienvenida and Vicky
Maynard. the snake dancer.
Also scheduled to perform at the
Elks tomorrow night are crooner
Eustace Brown, folk singer Marta
Nieto, song stylist Violeta Amores
and imperson'tT Sandy Mac.
George (The Barta) Bryan will
emcee the show.
The weekly cabaret night is a
new featrre introduced by Walter
(Fat'n) Chandler, who took over
the management of .the club re
STEVENSON'S EATING IT UP Democratic presidential can
dldate Adlai Stevenson eats a sandwich during the second
eame of the World Series In Brooklyn, ii.Y. At right is New
York City's Mayor Robert Wagner, Jr.
ROME (UP ) Who is Matzos Matzos-V
V Matzos-V and where ran she be found?
Is there really such a beautiful,
stately gypsy queen, and does she
deck herself with the stolen Tor Tor-Ionia
Ionia Tor-Ionia jewels at every annual' re reunion
union reunion of Italian gypsies?
These are questions the Carabi Carabi-Bleri,
Bleri, Carabi-Bleri, Italy's federal police are
trying to answer for Matzoska is
a new lead in a strange robbery
case that began 16 years ago.
In Julv 1940. a month after Italy
enetred World War n, a Torlonia
princess booked a' room at the
Grand Hotel oi t-arezza ai L,ago
near Bolzano in northern Italy.
The next morning all of her jewels
disappeared a five-string pearl
necklace,, two large emerald rings,
a ruby-studded silver bracelet and
a diamond Tiara.
Their value was put at about a
billion lire ($1,600,000) but there
was a much higher historical val value,
ue, value, for these jewels were once
part of the treasure of the royal
house of Spain.
The local police could not find
out how the thief could have en
tered the room on the second floor
without awakening the princess
and without forcing he only door
to the room or the French win
dows openig onto a terrace. Spe
ciaf agents from Rome were
Because of the war the whole
story was hushed up aad the iden identity
tity identity of the Torloata princess has
been kept a close secret even to
But a few months after the rob robbery
bery robbery the Carabinieri of Renon,
near Bolzano, arrested the chief of
a gypsy tribe on a vagrancy
charge. This tall handsome gypsy
chief called himself Guglielmo
Wife Stabs Hubby
After He Said
Gravy Was Thin
WILMINGTON, N.C., Oct. 11 -(UP)
Authorities Held Mrs.
Marie Kenny, 37, without bond
yesterday on a charge of murder
ing her husband because he criti
cized her cooking.
She waived preliminary hearing
and was bound over to the next
term of New Hanover county su superior
perior superior court yesterday. She is
charged with fatally stabbing her
husband, Leroy, during an argu argument
ment argument last Saturday night.
Police said the argument began
when Kenny told his wife the
gravy on his steak and potatoes
was "too thin and watery." Offi Officers
cers Officers said Mrs. Kenny stabbed her
husband in the chest with a
butcher knife when he threw a
bowl at her.
FIRST TIME t
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (UP)
For the first time, a student has
entered Radcliffe College without
a high school diploma. Four girls
have become Radcliffe freshmen
under the early admissions pro program.
gram. program. These students were
selected on the basis of a record
of "superior achievement and maturity."
PA-nnnnilrt Halman of Halman. S.A.. the local represen
tatlve oi Voroado is introduced to the Vornado group as they j
gather for a party in tne naiDoa Koom oi ti ranama. msmus m:
introduction is Mr. A. S. Bross, Vice-President of the O. A. Sutton
Corporation, manufacturers of the Vornado air-conditioners and
air circulators. The second group of winners of the Vornado sales
ramnaiim arrived in Panama late Tuesday for a five day pleasure
tour, completely sponsored by Vornado. As the Vornado represen-
tatives entered El Panama many commented mai u was me wri
tiniA that, thev had seen one of their air conditioners working in
such an unusual situation of complete outdoors as the lobby of i
the El Panama presents.
For the occasion of tne vomaao garnering ai uie noiei, a
lobby display has been arranged and one of the Vornado air con conditioners
ditioners conditioners is functioning there.
Under questioninc Luiaki AAA
that Matzoska was the queen of all
Italian gypsies and that she wore
the Torlonia jewels at every an annual
nual annual reunion. She would not say
Leimberger was picked tip ad
interrogated on this new develop development,
ment, development, but all he would sav was;
"I stole the jewels and paid for
the crime. Nothing else is impor important."
tant." important." However, the ponce noticed that
for the first time the gypsy was
nervous. Confronted with Luiska
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He was taken to the hotel and
let free in the garden. The police
did not tell him which had been
the room of the princess. Leim Leimberger,
berger, Leimberger, according to a police re re-nort.
nort. re-nort. darted to a drain pipe,
kicked off his sandals, and then
clambered up. He reached the bal
cony uf the terrace in 12 seconds.
At the French windows, he whip
ped a loop of piano wire from
around his neck, slipped an end
through the slight crack where the
windows met and lifted the swing
Leimberger waa arrested at once
.and questioned for hours as to
where he had disposed of the jew jewels.
els. jewels. He assured the police he had
not sold them. He said he was will willing
ing willing to pay for his crime because
he had gained considerable pres prestige
tige prestige among the gypsy tribes.-He
added that it had been pure
chance that he had entered the
room of the Torlonia princess.
Leimberger was put on trial,
found guilty and sentenced to
eight years in prison.
by now it was believed that the
Torlonia jewela had been smug smuggled
gled smuggled out o Italy. Nevertheless po police
lice police were told to be constantly on
the alert at gypsy camps for any
sight of the jewels. Eight years
later, when Leimberger was re released,
leased, released, a watch was kept on him,
but gradually interest in the case
Then a few years ago interest
was revived. A young and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful gypsy girl called Luiska was
detained by the Bolzano police on
a vagrancy charge and she, like
Leimberger, boasted that she had
aeen the Torfonia jewels.
"Matzoska wears them," she
laid, and then spat on the floor.
ing for the signs of the gypsies'
annual reunion this year.
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La Boca Civic
Council Meets Tomorrow
The La Boct Civic Council will
hold an important meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 7:30 in the La
Boca High School study hall.
All officers are expected to it it-tend
tend it-tend the meeting.
Heroes of !76
The Heroes of '76 are arranging
a Bivouac tomorrow evening be be-gining
gining be-gining at 6:30 at the Diving School
CaIImo Club Board
, I Meeting Tonight
a noara meeung oi me cano cano-bean
bean cano-bean College Club will be held this
evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Red
In New York
By Donald S. Rockwoll
For anyone with a "yen for
those alluring underground cafes
In Paris that look so excithin in
the movies. La Cafe Henri TV on
East 52nd is a made to order
nideaway with Gallic atomos
phere, in teresting histori c a 1
murals and genuine French food
at reasonable prices.
Dominating the entrance Is a
Ufe size figure, mounted on horse
oacK, of tne genial Henri IV, king
of France and Navarre, bon vi vi-vant
vant vi-vant and first gourmet. Under the
imaginative direction of dynumic,
creative Herb Gordon, this has
become a fbvrite snuggery where
visitors may glimpse Kim
Novak. Frank Sinatra, Celeste
Holm or some other star. Duckl Duckling
ing Duckling Flambe sauce bigarde and
tournedos rossini are among the
taste tempting specialites of the
ample menu Energetic Gordon
will open a luxurious new dining
place in a few weeks-Chateau
At the plushy Red Carpet or.
East 56th walnut panels and mir mirrors
rors mirrors add charm tn fhj
Pan American Festival Chorus atmosphere of restrained le.
Motto Tonight gance. Quiet divertisment is sun-
The Pan-American F e s t i v a 1, plied by Stephanie Stewart sine-
Chorus will meet this evening atiing pianist, and Armando Chico"
7:30 p.m. in the USO-JWB W Reyes with Fred Jacobs at the
ing, La Boca Road, Balboa. This! or some other succulent specialty
is an important meeting and all of the excellent continental
members are urged to attend. All cuisine,
service personnel, adult members!
of their families, residents of the' A Hatful of Ram" stars Vivian
i n i 1.1.- t Dl,., : i n
anai .one ana ox me nepuouc 01 i"ur wuu an excellent cast in
Panama interested in choral sing
ing are invited to become mem
bers of the group.
DISCUSSING TABLE DECORATIONS Table decorations executed by Mrs. Helen Bowser,
guest speaker at yesterday's combined Officers Wives luncheon at Ft. Clayton, were greatly
admired by all who attended. In the background can be glimpsed an arrangement of pink,
carnations, which Mrs. Bowser used with her Point Venice tablecloth. From left to right
Mrs. Margaret Washburn, Mrs. Ellen Peca and Mrs. Helen Bowser.
CLAYTON, AMADOR AND KOBBE OFFICERS WIVES COMBINE I
FOR GALA LUNCHEON AT FT. CLAYTON OFFICERS' CLUB
Some 150 ladies attended a gay luncheon at Ft. Clayton Officers' Club yesterday, whne
the Ft. Clayton Officers' Wives' Club played host to the membership of the Officers' Clubs
of Fort Amador and Fort Kobbe. .
' A special feature of the luncheon was an absorbing talk by Mrs. Helen Bowser, whose
discussion of quality, types, choice and care of fine linens was most interesting.
a grimly realistic drama of the
marital problems of a "junkie and
his wife, complicated by his fa-
incr and brother. All of these roles
are expertly and sympathetically
interpreted. Poigant moments of
toucning tenderness and stark
scense of brutality and deradation
ira vol i annil
ill 1 J t l t. J I. mwvo aic icucvcu
jui mcmDcrs ou ineir nusuairas by humorous situations and amus
are formally uivueu. ituiks win characterizations.
dc ivauauic ana lue procerus
from them will go to the Welfare
Olga Leignadier. Refreshments
will be served by Mrs. Lia de Hull
and Mrs. Gilda Rosania.
1 1 A 1 J 1
. ...:.u .... i u- .t...v IPai emenamea a group oi nospi
m aaouion w oemonsiraiing ner; lowe en mom .uiui.... -". "' rv;1" "" tal and Health Department wives French
Covered Dich Luncheon
At Mrs. Wiley's Home
An unpertentious doorway on
Second Avenue opens into a snu
bar presided over by f r i e n d ly
Philippe and" a cozy dining room
that boasts no elaborate decor
but offers, under the courteous
Mrs. iorman a. wuey, wile ot, direction of Pierre, f surprisingly
o 1 i -1 rt it i ... .. . J
uie ouperinieuutrni m uurgas nos- long menu OI ZD tempting cnoices
)W!i collection of Italian, Guate- and holiday masics. An added fea fea-nalan.
nalan. fea-nalan. and Chinese linens, Mrs. turc of the luncheon was the use
Jowser also proved herself an ex- of the multi-tiered wedding cake,
isrt in their proper use at holiday part of Mrs. Bowser's wedding
tnd special occasion table set-, table decoration, as dessert.
- . r I 1 T I .1 1 f t
anas. A panorama otscparate ia-' ivirs. i nomas l,. narruia, wue oi
presented with at beautiful souve
Door prizes were won by Mrs.
Beatrice Fish, Mrs. Ann Taffe,
and Mrs. Claire White.
The luncheon concluded with an
E a s t e
Wedding honored guest. Other
bles displayed beautiful center-the Commanding General, United invitation by Mrs
pieces for unnstmas.
and formal luncneons. A lively guests included Mrs. mien reca,
question and answer period follow- wife of the Fost commander, r on
One of the specialties of superb
cuisine is boneless snusb
siunea witn delicious ingredients
which are the chef's secret. The
patrons of this small but charm
ing restaurant, so aotiv named
so enjoyed by these taking p a rtCharmant, include many gour
at a covered dish luncheon at her
home lost week.
This Informal get-together was
States Army Caribbean, was an for the Fort Clayton and Fort Kob
n o t a o i e : be umeers' wives'
them at Amador Officers
Ed ""S "" (hat plans were made for a simi
"'" n.uDa:, t.,i: u. fclj
m. ChMm -titiiniu-jL' .he
! Clayton; Mrs. Peggy Miller, wrfe
of the Post Commander, tort Kob-
Mrs. Jau Corrctt wife of Post
Miimamlcr off 1. Amador, Mrs.'
wood, president of the
ed her discussion
, Mrs. Margaret W
idem of the F
Wives' Club. lnfroducST Mrs. Bow- tJ
Luncheon, served buffet style. Fort Kobbe OHicer's wives' uuo;
consisted or cold ham, turkey, and and Mrs. Frances Russ, President,
potato salad. The buffet table was. Fort Amador Officers' W iv e s'
decorated with a Panamanian mo- Club.
tif which featured a miniature bo
hio and Central American fteu
un. made for the month of November.
Club in a luncheon
dor In the i ear fui
invitation was ext
clubs toy Mas. Pag
Fort Kohbe Club.
Plans lea For ta
Ot Diplomatic Core
Mrs. Celine Deaantrel
at Fort Ama-
e. A similar
Annthnr Inoliirn nt (ha Inn ntiann Ih p A inh.ixsarinr cM Haiti in Puna. : rMJ
were farewell ceremonies to Mrs. ma. has Issued imitations to a tea
mels of stage and television. Lee
theitiraham and Faye Emerson were
wcre among recent visitors.
Betty Benta Students' j
Send Tri iW Exhibhion Of Pointings
wooa oi me T-taht
K jrie Art Exhibit by the pupils of
Mrs Rettv Rents will nnen tn the
public tonieht from 7 to fl o.m. all lyings. Skillful characterizations
the Balbta YMCA-tTSO There will' wless direction and a set of
he eiehtv-sir nainUncs on d i ,J characters right out of real B
01 nfav complement a convincing story
and make a memorable night in
All the world loves a love stoiy
Polished portrayals by Edward
G. Robinson and a corking cast
make "Middle of the Night"
quietly romantic but suspenseful
orama ot an autumn and spring
iove mat piucas at tne near t
rincs. Fach of the other taMei Hetty Hovnish and Mrs. Eve Gar- for the wives of Ambassadors and
111 Ka Iftoxilnsi rnrf fMov. 1 other members tif the distaff sirie H
T TTl J iaOlaUIJ laiu VUl ui u iiui mm uv iveiuig a. v v vi;
Hostesses win be 3, Burlte, A. F1-! the theater-
of the Diplomat!
the distaff side
. .J -r.
Colon IAWC Will Celebrate
Colon Intet-Apiencan Women's
C all v.'iH celebpate their 10th An Anniversary
niversary Anniversary tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
in I'n- v ii, u UJI)UIU5. lave
Ktnei MCGUmis and Mrs.1
ue, K. Unbe, E. Howerth, R. .... . .. ... .i;
rtoin u n vv,.n M u ., ...I "ne oi ine most aeiiEnuui niac-
eoon. M. Kilson. I. Dav. A. Leslie !M '? dln.e F M off. ?n. ?J9M
; f. Magnuson, R. Slotkln, E. John
son, L. La Chapelle.
The exhibition will be open eve
nings through Oct. 25 with the ex
ception of Mondays and Wednes
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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at the theater is the Knight Box
iin the Ambassador Hotel, a beau beau-itiful
itiful beau-itiful draped retreat with excellent
food, where virtuoso Jani Sarkozi
weaves enchantment at your
tableside with the soft, seductive
strains of his violin. To dance,
you need only step into the adjoin adjoin-ine
ine adjoin-ine famous Embassy Club In the
same hotel, where the orchestra
j of Chauncey Cray alternates
! with Quintero's rhumba band.
AT THE CHRISTMAS TABLE Seasonal motifs were featured In the table setting; display
which Mrs. Helen Bowser arranged as a Daekground for talk to the Officers Wives luncheon
which was held at Ft. Clayton Officers' Club yesterday. Here the Christmas display is ad ad-mired
mired ad-mired by Mrs. Peggy Miller, Mrs. Frances Russ and Mrs. Peggy Wood.
MARDI GRAS MOTIF New Orleans Madrl Gras !s the motif of the tablecloth which thesa
ad es are dJscussLng at the combined Officers Wives luncheon. This was ackallyhand em embroidered
broidered embroidered by Mrs. Helen Bowser herself. In arranging her table decorations, she used Pan Pan-amanian
amanian Pan-amanian figures to bring in the loca Carn.val theme. The hostesses for the luncheon rr
shown here with Mrs. Thomas Harrold. From left to rightMrs. Van Noadale Mrs Harrold
Mrs. Mary Messner and Mrs. Ella Kjellegran. woeaaie, Mrs. Harrow,
T" WHAT IS ITe
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er Art Peterson has crossed or
dinary corn with sunflower plants. 1
The cross results in a plant that
looks unmistakably like corn, ex
cept that it stands 14 feet tall and
has "the strong root system char
acteristic of sunflowers. The corn
has kernels dusty red in color, in-
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CINCINNATI, Ohio, Oct. 11 -(UP)-United
Mine Workers chief
John L. Lewis said Tuesday thete
has been six years of labor peace
n the coal industry "because that
is the best thing for us."
Lewis told a closine-rl
ing united Mine Workers conven-l prepare for
lion that if the mine ownpre anl ()nm rlehnt
to grant wage increases 'without Action also was taken to attach
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NEW YORK, Oct. H (UP)
Tempestuous soprano Maria Cal.
las, who fled the country last year
after a fist-swinging brawl with
process servers, was sued for
$300,000 yesterday, three days be before
fore before her schedtfed homeeomirv to
We will take the exact amount
that is coming to us in our share
of increased productivity," he
The year-old UMW president
said he disagreed wiUi newspaper
editorials to the effect that he
and the union "are not in the
iiphtine, mood of yesterday."
"Well, thev arp liui.
They are.. .anytime it becomes
I The reference was to past vears
when the miners went out on lony
strikes to win -their age de-
ianu. m me last six vears, new
contracts have been signed with
urineiii oi me sun, niea oy a
former lmpressario' who claims
he launched Miss Call as o" .h
spectacular 3 million dollar opera opera-atic
atic opera-atic career at a loss of at least
$75,0000 to himself.
He said he was entitled b con.
tract to 10 per cent of the 3 mil million
lion million dollars he estimated she has
earned since 1947 as the toast of
American and European opera
The suit was brouehf
jYork Supreme Court by E. Rich Rich-ard
ard Rich-ard Bagaroay, who claims he
I lost $75,000 in presenting the
19W-4I cnicago opera season that
Mineu jni23 v anas on ncr wav
l T.pivic cai.l lli i4. 1
:nave 'dfrnonstrated before 170 u etl "ssman, io
million people that they can stand1. i" B,8,my ba debt, joined
jon their own two feet and not m e ut. .m tne nope of getting
'only take it, but give it." ,some of bis money back.
! "There is no loss of virilitv
Ihe said. 'There is no hesitation1 Attorney Solomon Granett, who
in the face of danger or a fight." ;n,ed suit confirmed in an
lie saw America mav be pro- interview wiui uninea tress that
ducing one billion tons' of coal a writ of attachment against Miss
each year by 1975 desp.ie the Dallas was signed last Friday by
speculation, dreams and theories State Supreme Court Justice 8am-a.-
to what, atomic energy or solnr uel dl Falco. It ordered the New
heat some other raysterinus i York county sheriff to attath and
form or modern miracle is going hold any assets Miss Callas has
to do in the field of power." in New York.
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TBS PANAMA AMERICAN All TJTOIFEfWWT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Social and Oik
Southern Negroes Being Deprived
Of Voting Rights, Olney Charges
Baby Shower For
Mrs (rf-rtrude Joustra was host
cm at a baby shower given in hon
or of Mrs. Helen Koss, iuesasjr
evening, at ber home in Balboa.
A cradle centerpiece, holding a
babv doll, and decorated with ba
by pin roses was an eyecatching
item of the decorations, which
were carried out by Mrs. W. C.
Those present were Mesdames
John Ress, L. C. Haseman, W. C.
Merchant, G 0.. Parker, Robe"
Stranss, I. L. JenWns, L. 3fown.
u';m. Tiulv ntis Baron. Wll-
Tiarn Scott. Raymond Schneider,
r T TniUc John Fverson. Ger
M,nn r.pnrep W. Mullens
ir p t( rarnck. John Chll-
j.l'.. TniW Sanders. Phebe
w H Allen and Misses
Janet CJiUdress, Pearl Brown, Car
ry Brown, Gertruae j o u a i r
n.u Hmm and Irene Hase-
Witches Will RW
UNICEF Halloween witches are
planning to riae again
Ancon, Balboa, and perhaps in
.u.J- i, n( lha Canal Zone.
ween activities, the Cathedral of
St. Luke, is scneauung
costunie party and UNJCEF col-
For'its third tnnual party, the
Balboa Union Church is making
tn pntprtain its
youngsters after they ring door
bells collecting corns to g i v t
treatr to the worms
oatS 10 tilC WOna s cmmiwe ucucim vubuuiqu luuiiioa y.
the Unite- Swol has announced that plans are
Tian Society is looking ahead to a all set for the annual Columbus
constructive Halloween centered Ball tomorrow evening at the Ho-
around the United
Ipr F.l Panama. A full sa a nro
it. m Vine Kaon tinaMyaA that in.
tm'e Fund. "oo "" i
.cub i 1 Jlcnccinff !,,,!, ,c. ih. Knct Wi talent nrnpur-
Other sroups are aiou uu'-w"" tmuto u.. ....v... r'
hpWea and further details will be able, such as Al Martin and his
tne mea anu iwvu n,-hptr nnrothv Branson. Bar
rett and Dunn, "MC" Jack Riggio
and many otners.
. e j.t-l A. 11
lv mpptine of Admission prize ior wis iun eve- --- HL rt.. a
CurTwas held ning is only one dollar ($1.00) per! special session on Christmas dec
New Members Welcomed
The regular monthly meeting of
the Bahoa wn n rues t person and tickets
yesterday at mav be
UolumDus uud, irom any
members or at the door
k .' ---- 11 fTTP
A COUri nas BJuku .,:t-j ,.;. t k ,ih Mr Wallv fiih.
J Carlos vuiar uonw,
press manager in Colombia, for
sj oi lijairss-s
feffranted by the
Cundinamarc.Stte! Court : o! So-
cial Guarantees wmt
t.npd villar Borda to pay a fine
of $3,000 of serve 1,500 days in
PThe'libel charge stemmed from
a story published last February
in the newspaper El Universal of
Caracas, Venezuela, concerning
disorders that occurred in the Bo Bogota
gota Bogota bullring during a bullfight
Brig Gen. Luis E. Ordonez,
chief of the Colombian intelligence
service, filed the complaint
against Villar Borda, charging the
story libeled the personnel of the
The charge was upheld by the
State Court of Social Guarantees
which held the story imputed a
concrete fact that, due to its
criminal character, was likely to
expose the said personnel, as well
as the government of which they
are a part, to public reproof and
scorn." X. s VI
The story, as published by El
Universal, said policemen and
plainclothesmen armed with black
jacks, clubs and iron knuckles at attacked
tacked attacked spectators who did not join
in cheering President Gustavo Ro Ro-jas
jas Ro-jas Pinilla in a demonstration be before
fore before the bullfight started.
It said these persons were drag dragged
ged dragged down the bleachers and
thrown about ix feet down a
passageway whee military po'ice
forced tern to their feet with rifle
batts. or dragged them uncon unconscious
scious unconscious from the bullring.
Julius Loeb with Mr. Wally Gib
son. North and South, iirst, Mrs.
Havden Jones with Mrs. Julius
Loeb; second, Mr. and Mrs. Lor Lor-ris
ris Lor-ris Lyon and third, Mr. and Mrs.
A n y on e interested in playing
hrirlup is pordiallv invited to ioin
these players any Monday evening
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speaker was Mr. R. F. Sommer
freund of Mercurio's in Panama.
Mr. Sommerfreund gave an inter-
estine talk on "Gems and Valua.
ble Stones," illustrating the dis
cussion with some examples of
beautiful jewels, and some of the
instruments used to determine
New members welcomed into the
Club were: Mrs. Ruth Davis, Mrs.
Roger Rower, Mrs. Wendell Lind Lind-sey,
sey, Lind-sey, Mrs. Anthony Nard, and Mrs.
Zathrine Pearl. Two guests were
Mrs. Loy Bates, President of the
Oamhna Wnman'x Huh and Mrs
Katherine Sellens, also from Gam-
Club members present included
Mesdames Emily Bolton, Phyllis
Euper, Mary Ruttel, Marilyn An Angus.
gus. Angus. Wanda Mann. Maia Nordine,
Mary Aanesen, Mar g u )e rite
Bouche, Hudegard btterson, Hel Helen
en Helen Barrett, Peggy Parker, Marga Margaret
ret Margaret .lAhnstnn. Ruth Bnnrp-pnic Kv-
elyn de Castro Amelie de Castro,
dna Million, Kae daon, uoris
Young, Azzie Hogerson, Mary
Wortev. Martha Hamilton. Edna
Howerth, Claire Irwin, Evelyn
Harrington, Ruth Bathmann, vada
fence. Beatrice uisen, tvay uan-
ipls. Patsv Rvan. Ruth Jenkins.
Alice Bryan, Agnes Hearon, Ruth
Hostesses were: Ruth Jenkins
Helen Barrett. Alice Ryan, and
Evelyn Harrington, Mrs. Mary
Ruttel, as Program Chairman, in introduced
troduced introduced the Speaker of the day.
Columbus Club Call
At Hotel El Panama1
General Chairman Thomas t
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TO SING AT COLUMBUS BALL Miss Dorothy Bronson, song
stylist from New York and Boston, will be one of the featured
acts in the floor show at the Knights of Columbus Ball, which
will be held tomorrow night at the Hotel El Panama.
oan whn avae the vpar n a s
taught thousands of students.
The groups will meet each
week for seven successive Mon Mondays
days Mondays and will nut on a Flower
show Dec. 10. In addition to the
regular classes there will be a vis visit
it visit to Morgan's Garden on Sunday
Oct. 29. t
The course includes lessons in
the art of flower arrangement,
demonstrations of all types of ar
rangement and design, a p re re-Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving re-Thanksgiving theme dealing with
fruits and vegetables, examples of
i r p.- anrf exotic materials, ana a
may be had by calling tne
Atlantic Bridge Club Winners
The winners of the bridge games
played Monday evening at the
Margarita service center were:
East and West, first Mrs. Stanley
Guest with Mrs. G. Bonzoumet;
second, Mr. Sidney Passailaigue
Mrs. Pat Morgan Will
Start New Flower
The Balboa YMCA-USO will o-
pen new Flower Arrangement
Classes on Monday Oct. 22, o n e hostess Ann Maloney.
via iu uc at a a.m. auu lite "in-
er at 7 p.m. They will be under
the leadership of Mrs. Pat Mor-
While there Is no charge for
these classes, registration is re
quired, since the number of stu
dents is to De nmitea. negisira-
tions may be phoned in or made
at the YMCA in Balboa.
Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi
Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi
held its first Rusn season luncuon,
a morning coffee hour at the home
of Ann Maloney, Saturday. Coffee,
orange juice, coffee cake, and
fruit muffins were served from a
llnelv tohle rieenrated with yellow
candles and a bouquet of yellow
shasta daisies and yellow chrysan chrysanthemums.
themums. chrysanthemums. Present' were RushePS R U t h
Hoke, Evelyn Horn, and Gertrude
Joustra. Members present were
Virginia Blount, Edna Bower, Bet
ty Boyer, Maragem a r a n n a m,
Margaret Capps, Evelyn Danfey,
Helen Heldinger, Fern Morse, E E-laine
laine E-laine Payne, Mary Robertson, Ma
ry Eileen Wilson, rauune n anu
Clawed To Death
By 500-lb. Bear
LIBERTYVILLE. III. (UP) An
animal trainer was clawed to un
animal trainpr was rlaurH tn n.wt
........ M " I ilium in
death by a 500 pound bear Tues- Congress.
rlntt nliykf hli, fi.nmu mnA n tm 1-
Paul T.emerv 5ft entered the
European bear's cage for a train
ing session, tits fiancee, Muney
Rodriguez. 23, said she was get
ting a muzzle for the beast when
she heard Lemery shriek
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UP)- He said this was accomplished
Assistant Attorney General War- through a "scheme" whereby a
ren Olney III said today that! number of white voters joined
thousands of Negroes have Been forces to challenge the quaufica-
deonved oi weir nent to voie m tions of previously -registered re
Louisiana and other Southern
Olney told t h e subcommittee
partment's criminal division, told
the Senate Subcommittee on Cam
paign Practices that the depart
ment is investigating three specu specu-ic
ic specu-ic complaints about anti-Negro
practices in Louisiana and
01ney8 told the subcommittee
that the specific complaints about
the loss of Negro voting rights
have come from Ouachita and
rapides parishes, Louisiana, and
Pierce county, Ga.
EarrV Hearinas Urged
He weed the- subcommittee to
hold hearings on these cases be before
fore before the Nov. 6 election. He said
public hearings "would result in
hundreds of voters being restored
to the rolls."
Subcommittee chairman Albert
Gore (D-Tenn) said the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee joined Olney in condemning
any attempt to deprive anyone of
his right to vote.
r.nrp said the subcommittee also
has received complaints about al alleged
leged alleged antl Negro discrimination
and will turn over to the Justice
Department any cases of intimi
dation it discovered tie torn news newsmen
men newsmen the subcommittee probably
would consider Olney's request for
public hearings at a later closed
ntnev enmnlalned that the Just
ice Denartment "has no adequate
remedy a v a i 1 a b 1 e" to prevent
anti-Negro discrimination m voi
no Hp sairi it was "lnaeea reerei
tahle" that the administration's
'rieht to vote" bill was bottled
in the senate jucuctary uom-
In the recent session oi
Olney- said a white citizens
council was organized In the par
ish last March to "prevent and
discourage Negroes from partic
patina in elections." But he told
"This disenfranchlsement fs ly
no means confined to Ouachita
parish or Louisiana."
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Miss Rodriguez and Roland
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the cane and tried to beat the
huee bear away from Its victim
with a pike pole and a broom.
When force failed. Miss Rodrig
uez offered the bear, whose name
was "Hans," a handful oi sugar
while Racine ran for helo. He re
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Alfred Lewis, Gen. Mgr.
Gore pointed out that, under the
Corrupt Practices Act, it is a
primp fnr anvone to interfere with
a citizen's voting rights. He noted
that violators are liable to a maxi
mum penalty of a year in prison
and $1,000 fine.
Olney told the subcommittee'
that in the OOachita Darish, La.,
case, some 3,000 qualified Negro
vntprs have been stricken from
the voting rolls since last Janu
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TBTRSDAT, OCTOBER 11. IWt
30 Embezzler Called
Social and Otkdrwi
Crn&vJ Uar By Senator
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority ning team, and to each member
ho.os hu$h party to be
me beta' aigwa Phi Sorority, Those
Beia Cnap.er oi u-isio-al neid us rrcll
CHICAGO. Oct. 11 (UP) For Former
mer Former state Auditor 0 r v i 11 e E.
.a j- i ft Hodge was calJed a liar and
lose attending were Joyce tot- b de)jed le or
, Jean Stern. Betty Odea, A- ,,', ;n(, ,;,k' ,rs-t.
Etit ituu rany of uie season, lice Erixson Jaiie Herman, Joan miUee investigating his $1 million
muay evening at 7:J0 p.m. at the Mackenzie, Alarge Uc Bride. Mic- .mh7lement of state funds.
home ot hutn Morns, key Moore, AnipPeterson, and Ev- Sen j willwm Fulbrijrht todav
me meinoers-to-oe that were elyn Redmond, Members were hv asked HoH -.' rarrentlv sprv-
Ue.ci.mea io tnc beia s.yma rm Jean Judge. Anna May Butcher, mg a i2.i5 year prison term, how
koroniy were joyce L'oiueu, bv- Alice McCiann, Kay Kiontz. Ruth he spent the money he pilfered
eyii lieumond, Ana f eierson, Morris, Pat Bauey, Boots Mitch- from the state treasury.
Jiucksv Moore. Marye Mc tonae, ell, Kelly Wamo, Kathleen Huff- don't know," Hodge respond-'
joan -daciveiuie, juuc Herman, man, Norma IM'o!. Jean Coffey, ed to the Arkansas Democrat's!
Auce Enxson, ietty Oden, aau BCtty slaughter, and M a r i o n questions during a public hearing,
. . n .1 T T I- 1 n it
aica.i ii.tin. vjito or uie i .a. denaie .Detuning auu
I i.i.r Introduction"! r.n informal Hamadan Grotto "I think you're lying to the com-
US JSPSm -it mot-- I,..;J.J:,
' : .,: Vf.-ir'c Mitchell, nosiessps -iso"-. vi mr rivmauaii nw.se uiciuvit .........
T.S anu ;' j n..4, Hl-nllr, Hh irhioh ,. HI V.o hoM Kflinnloliili' uhon ho triprl in irJ
count for a series of frauauient
..1 1. .. ,,,, IDC fUVl
" , (...nnvne two irS'TIS "1 c ...hi nieiliueis niaNC .mcvKa tuiauug v,v.v.
n.fl.l J L.H-ra US, -thri netvvutinnc tnl.v When u,o aclr vnn trivial nilps-
sr-rU ti. jilav a game o. cnai'.-. ww. .u. .... ..
frto'esm headed l.v Pat Bailey' row. turns your vmory works fine"
v in iv a score of two to one. On- Enervations may be made by Fulbrigbt said "Bi't when we ask
"nr.iiv.. nrfces were calling any one of the party com- you .-'bout phony checks, you re-
Kt : i, J.mW the win- mlttc?. Tile committee consists of fu?e .0 tell us.
C: Norman Little. William G. "We neve a system of parole
Hocp and Robert W. Lawler. he added. "It seems to me that
if you had a more cooperative
Fora Lea- Chapter tiludc you'd be more likely to get
Will Held Card Party the benefits of the parole system".
J-ern Leaf Chapter No. 4 OES
m flip evenittB.- Boots and Hyjth Grtlo party, which will be held compi
-es the evening's entertain- at the Sky Chef, Friday Oct. 19 count
mint h' c:ipost.S two team? of lve arked that members make .check;
IVCII .U tuvi.
Jims? wajmrwmm Mm
I If HK". V 'lt';."iJi'
i ? ft' ,-'fi
H- A Mi i
t. ut HI
By Medical Assn.
SAN FRANCISCO (UP)-An of
ficial of the American College of
Soldier Scientists Get
Key Jobs With US Army
Jfresh luncheon salad
Bv GAYNOR MADOOX
I ..vii inazuun iliiimc uii omuiuaj. I I CC lOIILb fflilVI
Various games will start at 7:30
:p.m. inrt refreshments will be
j served. Table prizes and a door.
, prize will be presented.
Tries To Keep Out
, NEA Food and Markets Editor
a ii i n it i ui mrjiL'mru.
In San Francisco, where women The. Chapter invites til t h e i irJl t Uvfrfa hi)
Jare ver- trim and handsome, we members and friends to this gala VI nUliyCI Jflls
jrarned about this luncheon saiao. cening.
at's a satisfying answer io mtw
conscious. It originated in the bar.-
Jet pear region
I To make, just mix diced banana
with cottage cheese (plus a few
'.chopped nuts). Heap that protem protem-aich
aich protem-aich cheese in bowls, then sprinkle
with grated Cheddar cheese for;
Jcolor and for more good eating.:
(Around the edge of the cheese
tstand lene'hwise slices of chilled,
Srsh California Bartlett pears, to1
(resemble petals of a big flower,
f Further south, from Dalian
jfriends who own a vineyard, we
learned about this salad. Wonder Wonderful:
ful: Wonderful: r
j Tossed Green Italian Slid
! One clove gariic. 3 quarts sal sal-tad
tad sal-tad greens, washed, drained and
Vhillcd, 1 cucumber, sliced, 1
Iteaspoon salt, black pepper, l.esh l.esh-4y
4y l.esh-4y ground, two teaspoons sugar,
dash Worcestershire sauce, 'i cup
live oil, 5 tablespoons fresh lem lem-ton
ton lem-ton juice, l.tatth green onions, 3
or 4 radishes, fninly sliced, grated
Parmesan, cheese, if desired,
f Rub salad bowl with cut clove
of garlic. Tear greens into bite bite-'size
'size bite-'size pieces and place in bowl. Add
JcucunSwr, slices. Sprinkle with salt
UmI riiMnr ansa. anH Wnr.octor.
fnut:iH'.'vfu Wfvu.c uu uuvr
and all) hnfo salad, add radish
slices. sprinkle with Parmesan
cheese and toss lightly. Serve at
ence. Serves 6.
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., Oct. 11-
fUP) Free-lance author William
Bradford Huic should be allowed
to pay a $750 fine and escape
six monihs jail sentence for con
tempt of court in a sensational
murder case, Huie's attorney told
the Florida Supreme Court today.
Attorney Arthur J. Gutman of
DRINKS ON THE HOUSE FOR A GOOD CAUSE The Amer American
ican American Legion 'Festival of Fun" Oct. lb and 20 will have five
cocktails dispensed by pretty "Senorlta Cortez'' of Destiladova
Nacional. S.A. The general public has Been cordially inviled
to attend the 'two-evening event at teh American Legion Chip,
Fort Amador. Proceeds from the event will be used for th?
many charitable organizations to which the Legion lends its
'Festival Of Fun' Planned
By American Legion Auxi
American Legion Post No.
WASHINGTON CAN'S 1 Ever includes onlv thosp Armr t.v.
o v. Da., v. 1 1 -. ...... i , . ...
ouisevi.K ucucYcs uinuj iw ucar ui a wwier scienusi.' jcioseiy reiaiea io civilian DCCUpa-
could have written a "much Actually, the Army has utilized tions requiring college training in
better" code of medical ethics the services of these men s i n c e rtsearch and development activi.
than the American Medical Assn. World War U and today approxi- ties, and type B, which includes
This observation cam from Dr. mately 5000 scientific and profes- jobs not of a professional nature
Paul R- Hawley of Chicago, out- sional enlisted men are working in but effectively utilizing a portion
spoken director of the college, in soma of its key jobs. Among this! of an individual's training and ex ex-the
the ex-the course of talks to two groups group are engineers, mathemati- Derienre
attending the 42 annual congress cians, statisticians, accountants, I Scientific and professional nr.
of the ACS. chemists, physicists, mettorolo- sonnel are assigned tltroughout the
At the same time, Hawley also gists, astronomers, metallurgits, U.S. to some of the Army's most
attacked "questionable activities" biologists, bacteriologists and py- highly' classified posts including
of Blue Shield plans throughout chologists. . jthe Armv Chemical Center Md
the nation and criticized "scalpel- A random check of scientific and1 Army Biological .Warfare Center
wielding" general practioners. j professional soldiers' educational iCamo Detriek, Md., Redstone Ar Ar-Hawiev
Hawiev Ar-Hawiev charged t?J t'-e AMA oack "rounds showed degrees rant- sena HuntsvUle, Ala and White
code is like the traditional Mother ing from bachelor of science to1 Sands, Proving Ground, N.M.
HuBbard dress. doctor of philosophy, while ,their- These men, in many instances
"It covered everything, but experience ranatd from none fol-'need little or no ori.nt.nn
touched upon very few points," he lowing graduation to five or more (taking over a highly technical job
said. "It overlooked the most im- years work in specialized fields. For examnle mVuinur h.i.
portant person in the medical To fill its continuing need for cist, upon completion of eight
practice the patient." I these-highly qualified men, fhe Ar-' weeks basic combat training, un-
The code, he said, is "largely my ha a simple procedure. When derwtnt brief nerlods of orienta orienta-a
a orienta-a code of etiquette among physi- an individual with specific quali- tion at a large civilian hospital
cians, which Emily Post could fications comes through the recep-: and in the shop .of a manufaetur manufaetur-have
have manufaetur-have written much better." tion station he is earmarked by! er of medical equipment. He was
name for the scientific and pro-; then assigned to- duty, at a large
Hawley said Bkie Shield plans, fessior.al personnel-program. medical center on a high priority
whieh cover 37 million Americans j After basic combat training., project concerned with .the devel
in 42 states. Puerto Rico and Ha soldier, laH M Sl slots opment of electro-physiological
waii, have failed to provide a fair! oivn pencil slide role, or tost jquipment.
and justifiable solution to health! tub instead of the traditional After donning khaki and fin fin-insurance
insurance fin-insurance problems. M-l rifle and utilized in their ishing basic combat training not
' . ,. chosen pmfessions. long age, a radiological chemist
He claimed that the AMA long ...., . wa, 9iven duties in radiation
opposed Blue StreW plans, but lvaril ( h" b1oeom wcreasing- ZlrttSt, T hid,? H week
accepted them ,1 last only. tej tteny ArmrolcimS
JSdf C r "f.StelStffi 'KernsffriS short,,
medicine. technical, work, the S'&P wib Lp0 P,:M, JS?
"However," he sad. "the .ABIAljftfiJ rf!iS
ma.le rpHain that the nrimarv!01 sPPlemejitiag the Army s tech- sjm.ri ,nH netrl,(..j
pumo'-'' of "!" Shiew wojH be
protection of the medical profes profession
sion profession against socialization, rather
than the protection of the public
agoinst medical expense.''
1 the Arkansas Veterans Hospita',
JacKsonville charged that Circuit ind Auxiliary Unit No. 1 wi:i'Palo Scco, March of Dimes, Red
juuge nai w. ftuams anu ewer ,0d their annual "Festival ctjCross
auwannee county oniciais "want Fun" Fridav and Saturday nights
to exact more than a pound ofloct. 19 and 20, at the American
flesh" from Huie because of the i.PLinn Club at Fort Amador. Ad-
Other charities are: the Wooden
Churches Cr U s a d e (European)
Girls State, the. Orphans Christ
author's investigation of the mur-jmission price is 50 per person and) mas Party, the Canal Zone Tuber-
der of a white physiciar by a Ne- the general public is cordially in
gro woman. i vited to attend. Family groups
I.. . a, .1 are invited, as there will be enter-
They want Bill Huie over to tainment and games for children
uiat jo.i uuii.duri mm uicy gn ,g wen as a(Julls Proceeds Will
nm ana tney want every arop be the basis for donations t,
ui uorisuan mooq uiey can lOI.-h-rilv nraan 7.nt nns
log paws on,' j Twn Dlane tickets, round Irin
U atglimcnt t rncfa Uia nn C.OPA Airlines
Gutman said in
before the Supreme Couit
BOUND FOR SUEZ-Capt.
Walter Eauils, of New Kensing-
i ton, Pa., is the first American
I pilot to obtain a State uepan
, ment visa for Egypt since na-
tionalization ot the ; int
WfR over all and -bona! waterway, fcquiis
error, nninnc Mnnc of several Americans to
teer for pilot service on
Huie was sente
fine or srrvfc,
of court for
ence a court at
IrKt. The sentence
his investigation of ;
Dr. C. Leroy
P. 7 -JTBs
canal. Eevnt has been advfer- i times refused to are
tisir.g all over the world for the line and purely i
pilots to replace tnose oi tae Huie back in Jan.
old Suez Canal Co.
: ; W
a new idea
iv V m Miff. c m iqii
.onvictftd of conletiiD
attempting to influ-
Adam, tot Li
' H oaH
JBm.. 1 i I
will be won by sdnreone who buys
1 .a Ik, t'net iv a 1 nf l-'nn'
SfP"" Tnin i nnt nwpsssvv to be Drespn
at the festival to Win this first,
prize, which was donated by CO
Amnn? other nrlzea to be wot
Lrder of. by lucky ticket holders are two
ve t)ak,!from rubber matteresses, twin
Wisie donated bv Auto .ierviee
which will be awarded Fridef
mslpveninc. On Sahirday- eveuing k
three Wcstinshonse waffle iron donated
ney for bv PEMCO S. A. will be fiven a
to cet wav.
I T.'Cs io oe rivcu iau j.kiuuc
an electric toaster donated by
Kodclag S. A. $10 in irade given
bv Crawford Aeeneia. and 100C
Bucks" donated by the Festival
of Fun. i
Adult entertainment includes
free cocktails which will be dis dispensed
pensed dispensed bv pretty "Senoritb Cor Cortez"
tez" Cortez" of Destilatora Nacional S A.
There will be a floor show danc dancing
ing dancing for all to the music of the
Fddie Edwards Combo, and booth
games. A gay "nightclub atmos atmosphere"
phere" atmosphere" will prevail at the Ameri American
can American Legion Club, with Legionn Legionn-res
res Legionn-res acting as master of cercmon cercmon-aies
aies cercmon-aies and game managers and
their ladies acting as cigarette
There will also be games and
booths to interest children and
hot, dogs, hamburgers, and soft
drinks will be sold.
The American Legion and the
Legion Auxiliary contributes to
the following charities: The War
Relief Society (Adopt a Korean
Child for Education), the Nation National
al National Cancer Society, the Tupper
Lake Sanitarium in New Jersey,
the Valley Forge Army Hospital,
the Bella Vista Children's Home.i
the Panama Ambulance Fund,
the Community Chest, the G i r I
Scouts, the Hayes V. A. Hospital,
culosis Society, the Boy Scouts,
the Civic Council, the Gift Shop
Fund (Auxiliary sponsored), the
US. Marine Hospital at Carville
the National Jewish Hosp i t a I,
Girls State, Boys State, Flood
Relief U. S. A. and Puerto Rico
Recreation Gorzas Hospital
School Awards, and Fourth Of
July observance. American Le
g:on funds are also used to pur
chase American flags for gifls to
the committee for this years
"Festival of Fun," headed by
Silas Charbonneau, is composed
ot memoers ot rost rto. l and
Unit No. 1 Auxiliary. Members
are Anita Mc Keown, Haua Rigby
Patricia Georee. Joan O'Connoli
Eleanor ConnW. At J. Gasperi)
missen ueorge. Louis- Julian,
John Terry, Manuel Lopez" and
Oale O Connell
XSJJtfl signed and constructed a working
saassff t quot,d by sub
...... ...iv kiiux .iu uuiueu, ... ih.r. ... ...
charged the Blue Shield j-Ml
guilty of unethical 'fee, .!J,-v.c.iiei,.mto.ra3r in math.ma.
soldier during initial processing, j stat,s,tlcf m,ecnnlMl .':
k. ...;. .Tf I. .j!neering, electrical .engmeermg and
A LITTLE ROW
NEW CASTELE. Me. (UP)
"Be happy as much as you can
and have a little row once in a
while." advised Mr. and Mrs.
Charles F. Dodge is they cele cele-bratedjheir
bratedjheir cele-bratedjheir 70th weddin? anniver
sary. Mrs. uooge. so, smiled
at her 91-year-old spouse as she
idded: "We haven't 'had too"
many, but we've had a few -good
D,..,H,nm.'.b !' ttMJti A
' -1. -"aLriment of qualified civilian scientists
.... .. ...v.. .t mura i.ui.i nine .j ;....0 .,.;.,,
ous problem. Consequently, the
Army must rely on military man manpower
power manpower I., augment its civilian team
in carrying out its research and
ly utilized, if available. Procure-
to time, are based on current Ar
my requirements in each field.
The! minimum educational require requirement
ment requirement for eligibility In the. present
program is a bachelor s degree
However, some fields require oost-idevetopm'E- m,sslon-
graduate prdfessiona' experience, I This Army, program has made
a higher degree, or both. more valuable soldiers and scien scien-Assignmen.
Assignmen. scien-Assignmen. instructions, which tists of these men by giving them
come on a name basis from the a chance to utilize their technical
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Stengel Ushers In New Era For Champ Yankees
Young Pitchers Take Over
:For Glorious 'Old Guard'
Dodgers Leave Junior College Tackles B.H.S.
For Japan Tour; At Balboa Stadium Tomorrow
Editor: C0NRADO SARCEANT
By LEO H. PETERSEN
T11T 17ATTr yV A -4-4 TTT 1 1 1
is&W iukiv,uci. ii vur; Lasey Mcngei us
ered in a new era for the New York Yankees today
and it promises to be as glorious as the old.
Monarchs of the baseball
world again after a two-year in interlude,
terlude, interlude, ithe Yankees owed their
believe-hor-not World Series
victory over the Brooklyn Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers to the young pitchers who
caused Stengel so many sleepless
nights during the American
League season. They caused him
. a i u
anomer one lasi nigiK dui m
one of tne happiest of njs me.
It was Casey's sixth world
championship in eight years but
the first he achieved with his
new "young guard" of pitchers.
The 'old guard." headed by Al Al-lie
lie Al-lie Reynolds and Vic Raschi
were the key figures when the
Yankees achieved their last
championship in 1953.
Happy as they were over the
baseball title being returned
to their league, their Amercan
League rivals were stunned by
the brilliant pitching which
wrapped up the Series for the
Yankees. For, it bodes only
another long, c o n t i n uous
strine of Yankee successes in
the league and probably in
the World Series as well.
Yankee pitching looked like
the weak spot that would turn
the series in favor of the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers when they scored 6-3 and 13 13-i
i 13-i 8 victories in the first two
games. Even Whitey Ford's
third-game triumph didn't real really
ly really change matiters- because the
young southpaw actually is re regarded
garded regarded as the "last of the old
But then 26-year-old Tom
Sturdivant came through with
the chips down, 27-year-old Don
Larsen turned in his enle ner-
fedt vame. 25-vear-old Rnh Tur
ley bitched a brilliant four-hit-
Mr in a 1-0, 10-mning loss and
23-year-old Johnny Kucks cli climaxed
maxed climaxed it all with yesterday's
Series-elinchlhg, 9-0 three-hitter.
Small wonder that the griz griz-sled
sled griz-sled old Stengel save the credit
to "my vouno- nitehers whn rlirl
lt'lor me when the. experts were
saying tney couldn't."
For, beginning with Larsen's
game, Casey's young "problem
kids" held the Dodgers to seven
hits and one run in 28 consent
tive innings of World series
pitching. In some respects, it
was the greatest 'staff pitchine
performance" in series history
especially because at least three
of the Brooklyn hits were tainted.
The Yankees' youth movement
victory was headed bv the pitch pitchers
ers pitchers but it was sienif leant that
two of yesterday's four homers
were hit by Casey's younger
players. Elston Howard and Bill
Skowron followed Yogi Berra 's
consecutive two-run blows off
Don Newcombe with the drives
which made the game a rout
and 'they, too, have now played
for their first world champion champion-shir)
shir) champion-shir) team.
The Yankees had dropped six
straight games at Ebbets Field
in! the last two Series but they
wfnt off on top in the first in inning
ning inning yesterday and Kucks kept
them out in front all the way.
By the time the Yankee sluggers
finished their bombardment,
thjey had handed the Dodgers
thje most humiliating seventh-
gamo ceieat since tne St. LouiS
The goat of the Series, of
course, is the ill-starred New Newcombe,
combe, Newcombe, who simply cannot
seem to win the b!g one"
that will stamp him as a great
pitcher. Poor Newk, routed by
six runs in 1 2-3 innings of the
second game, fell behind on
Berra's first two-run homer in
the first inning and was a pa pathetic
thetic pathetic figure as he trudged off
tne mound after Howard's
fourth -inn ng homer put, the
Yankees ahead, 5-0.
A 27-game winner during the
National League season with a
47-12 won and lost rec-
cord over two seasons. New
combe s u f f e red his fourth
straight World series loss to the
Yankees. In the only game he
hasn't lost the second game of
this late Series it required the
greatest Seris rally in 27 vears t.n
take him off the hook.
Kucks. an 18-eame winner
this year, was tagged by the
Dodeers twice in relief assign
ments, but came up with a great
game m tne ctutcn. Larsen's
consummate achievement for forbids
bids forbids the use of the word master
piece for Kucks, but the slender
sinker-ballTiurler had the Dode
ers looking helpless all day. Te
faced only 30 batters and onlv
five balls were hit to the out
field, including the three singles.
The six-foot three-inch right
hander was a personal discoverv
by Stengel at the Yankees'
spring rookie trvout camn in
1955. He had only an 8-7 record
in 1955 but until the closing
weens of tne season was the
Yankees' most effective pitcher
NEW YORB, Oct. 11 (UP)
The Brooklyn Dodgers were
scheduled to leave by plane at
12:30 p.m. today on the f ist
leg of their tour of the Fact Fact-fUc
fUc Fact-fUc and Japan.
The Dodgers making the
tour, however, will be slightly
changed from the team that
just finished the World Series.
Staying home will be one
group of players for various
reasons, and joining the squad
will be others who were ineli ineli-g'ble
g'ble ineli-g'ble for the World Series.
Among those remaining be behind
hind behind are pitcher Sal Maglie
and outfielder Carl Furillo,
who have pressing matters at
home. Some others, like Char Charley
ley Charley Neal and Sandy Koufax,
will play winter ball in the
Old Dodgers Just
Ran Out Of Gas
Yankee Dynasty Still Reigns
Supreme; A.L. Clubs Mourn
Berra, with his record-setting
10 runs batted, in for the Se
ries, was another kev Van bee
here along with the ever-dangerous
Mickey Mantle and clutch clutch-playintr
playintr clutch-playintr Billv Martin and nil Me.
Dougald. Shining above them
all, of course, was Larsen hut
even old Enos Slaughter, bench-
eu ui tavor or Howard yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, had his early heroics to
neip him forget his sixth-game
In defeat, the Dodgers pre presented
sented presented heroes in pitchers Sal
Maglie, Don Bessent, and
Clem Labine, in addition to
Duke Snider, Gil Hodges and
Jackie Robinson. It was, basi basically,
cally, basically, an old team which won
the National League pennant
with the help of Maglfe's tired
old arm and it simply could
not cope with the younger
Yankees once Stengel's kid
pitchers straightened out.
By FRED DOWN v
NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (UP)
The old Dodgers just ran out of
That's the sum-up of the 1956
World Series from the viewpoint
of the losine Brooklyn Dodeers.
who went off in front, 2-0. in
the first and second games and
then bowed in four of the last
five to the New York Yankees.
All season it was a team that
seemed to be fighting itself as
much as its National League ri rivals
vals rivals and it. iust. r'nnlmVt. enme nn
with the last big victory against
uasey stengeis powerful Yan
That, and Dow
"urln the Ki nne'
v HI n't ut VtIV
which will conce
dent Walter O'M
ager Walk Alstoi
long winter moni
The Dodgers, m
pennant with Rff
hitting .219 tmi
Jackie Robinson Dili
118 games, and kev
Gil Hodges and Ml
And, of course JHH
staff that was mwrnt
year-old Sal Hp
In the Series, all
came home to roost
are the items
py and man-
mm i f
By OSCAR FRALEY
afl. wen a
oi rest heca
had a pitchi
out the Seri
Box score of H
It's a Series that'll aiwavs he Martm,2b
remembered even if it didn't an e,c
t j DUTJI.C
hu uiii vi iiir, neat. h TUinrpac-
total of 12 homers set a series
mark for one team; the Dodgers
aiagcu an nisioric rally in the
second game; there was the
brilliant nitrhino duel
Turley and Labine in the sixth
contest; and finally Kucks' bril brilliant
liant brilliant windup.
us of t
Kucks 'Em III Hna'e
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Series With An 11-n win nvm lh Vaniv n
Detroit Tigers. about their easiest.
The last name nf emirco mo-
anti-climactic because there
really wasn't anv itnnht the
Yankees would win it after Ber Berra's
ra's Berra's first-innincr homer rt ,,.oc
I the most important game the
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NEW VORTC Vt 11 fTTP
The American League was in as
deen mourninc todav as those
battered Brooklyn Dodgers, hu humiliated
miliated humiliated losers in the all-or-
nothing final of the World Se
ICampanpllai still reigns supreme, a crush
hk.uii, mz victor in tne uayoir sew
enth game of the' annual clas classic.
sic. classic. Yankee pitching was spec spectacular
tacular spectacular and the hitting mur murderous.
derous. murderous. But the American League,
which touldn1t get a challenger
closer than nine games in the
pennant race, has to face them
all Over again next season.
Brooklyn certainly doesn't en envy
vy envy the Yankees' seasonal rivals.
For the final analysis the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers were really creamed.
Over the last 28 innings,
Brooklyn was able Jo get only
seven hits and one anemic run.
nnn T.nrien helferi t.hem with n
perfect no-hitter, the first in se series
ries series history, in the fifth game.
Bullet Bob Turley was beaten
but he gave the Brooks only
four hits and one measly run in
the sixth contest. And then
Johnny Kucks pulled the string
g yesieraay 10 sum mem oui wiui
nia magiuuccnt mree-nuter.
Mb a dav
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10 27 14
H O A
Brooklyn must be det'ghted
to enplane today for an exhi exhibition
bition exhibition tour of Japan. The
pitchers, anyhow, can't get far
enough away from those Yan Yankee
kee Yankee hitters to suit them.
Yogi Berra was the co-hero,
along with Kucks, of that wrap-
iin trinmnh His nair nf twn-rnn
fhomers nut Don Newcombe. a 27-
l game winner, on the ropes and
sen 27 and Turley, Morgan
and Bob Grim all 26. Reserve
shortstop Billy Hunftr is 28,
tbrd baseman Tom Carroll
only 20 and outfielder Norm
Siebern only 23.
That Casey Stengel may nev never
er never retire. He has won six world
championships and seven pen pennants
nants pennants in eight years. He might
even do better than that in the
Tomorrow night, the Green
Devils of the Canal Zone Junior
College will play host to the
Bull-Dogs of Balboa High School.
As usual the "does" will enter
the game as a lopsided favorite.
In their season opener against
the Athletic Club, the High
School kids looked like a fair
outfit defeating while the sand-
icwers by iourteen points, on
the other hand, the J.C boys
were set back by the) Cristobal
Cats by a margin, of K fourteen
Many observers have com commented
mented commented that the Junior nollece
eleven looked better in defeat
than did the Balboa crowd in
victory. The Green Wave show showed
ed showed an impressive offense and a
tight defense most of the way in
their Cristobal encounter.
Unfortunately there were a
few lapses in their play and
these added to fumbles and
penalties at crucial moments
made the difference in the
score. Nothing, howevef, should
De taxen irom tne kids of Cris
tobal. Tney were capable of cap cap-italizintr
italizintr cap-italizintr on everv hreair thnit
went their way and were deserv deserv-ant
ant deserv-ant of the victory.
In the Cristobal game the ele element
ment element of fatis-ne. thalh nlo
the J.C. team last year, did not
rear us ugiy nead and many of
the "part-time" athlete
capable of going the distance.
ine junior college boys are
certain that by eliminating the
errors made last Pririnv nirht
they can take the measure of
me pacific high school this
week and retaliate against Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal in their nevt. meeting
Game time Friday night 7:00
dioub oiaaium. Bring your
Green and White pennant.
JUMPING WITH JOY Yankee catcher Yogi Berra Jumna un
w We Hugs teammate Don I arsenfollowingen's
feat of pitchini; the first perfect game In World Series hlstorV!
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SB-Bauer. S-Kucks. DP-Kucks -Martin
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By Army Thinking
Elston Howard's round-tripper
wa a dnuhle hlast heeanse it al
so knocked big Newk out of the
When Bill Skowron rapped a
rrand slammer In the seventh
Inning it was a history-making
diow. mat, was me Yantcees'
12th nf the series hreakinir hv
two the classic mark of the 1952
And, when compared to
Brooklyn's "nine old men,"
these Yankees are a bunch of
Take the starting New York
lineup in that final 9 to 0 game,
the most crushing windup de defeat
feat defeat since the Parriinals humi
liated the Tigers 11 to 0 way
back in 1934. Hank Bauer at 34
is the 'old man" of the Yankee
nine with onlv Perra 31. nast
the tough 20's. Billy Martin and
Gil McDougald are both 28,
Skowron and Howard, are 26.
Andv Carey and MlckAv Mantle
are but 25 while Kucks is a mere
The pitching is young, with
Whitty Ford 28, nn-hittrt Lar-
Grid Dreams Paid
Off For Pilney
KV.W f)Rf FAMfi WBil And.
Pilccy recalls that when he playeii
fn !t.. r u'.i i: 1. i i
. . uauiK iivu lie ni ueu
CW XUKft. WfiAl LOU Tl -ilhrliw nf fnn1n
tie, who retired this year, always j "When I reached that hazy stage
tan uasi. in we mciuury ot twoi j.ist Defore fallmg to sleep. Id 1
great upseU he perpetrated ihei mapine myself carrying the ball."
Rose Bowl victory over Stanford ; recollects the Tulane coacn. '1
in 1934 and the one DOint unset ni mnM ceo th !(.- than r i
Army in 1947, limasine mvself rnttine throush
To Columbia men. this was the
trariemark nf Little snmethin.-i
he'll always be remembered for.
But Col. Red Blaik thinks differently.
The catch made bv Bill Swiae
Ki, nis end tne one that moan'
the line of scrimmage and on
downfield. I could see every tack
ler and interference forming. Jt
wns exactly like a real game
These dreams helped me to antici-,-ite
what would happen when I
dually ran with the ball in a
t . - ---.'. .kti, an.
reca'is Army s eo-x-n -me. I r arrwRrV thtwd on
isc would e,tct ;nd
ihow 1 could react to the defense."
nun iih n i "i mm m navii 'mm.
f adyet- Tht'. m tbe
, n..mMWi iupjtu oau on me giuuna.
SAVAGE ARMS TRAP SHOOT
The Savage Arms Company Is
sponsoring a 100 Bird Handicap
Trap Shoot to be held at the
Balboa Gun Club, tran anri slreef
range on Sunday morning, the
14th of October, shooting will
start at ten o'clock sharp. The
Winner Of this ahnnt mill k.
. uc yie-
sented a fine double barrel pox
shotgun by Martin, S A. the lo local
cal local savage Arms representative.
This Uill he on AAA
handicap shoot with the number
of added birds per shooter based
On two-thirrie nf th.
between the individual wh
handicap registered score for
100 targets, durino- the
years, and th. shnnter u..
f: wlll sh00t from their
ni fi varnaffe The mo,.;
number of added birds win h.
OntiOnalS U. T 1.
o L un uie Liewis
System, High Gun, will be avail avail-forth0S8
forth0S8 avail-forth0S8 who wish to play
them-AH shotgun shooters are
cordially initw iiSLXS?
Cold drinks will be available
wr h good food at the rifle and
Pistol range, so bring your
friends and make it a day.
Holmes and TYwartv tio
hie t48. apiec? in the flfty-
Dird nreliminaru u.u f
j wtwi iiciu on
uuru wim a line 47.
ine oaiance of the scores were
By HERBERT MOISE
COLON This Is the
piece on our (Cheslierfield Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball team) trin tn rnlnmhia
In our first, artlels .o
tioned the adverse ennriit.lnns
under which we played our first
eame in the neighboring repub republic.
lic. republic. Rahl wet emirt mM n,lr.A
and smar!,;" umpiring combined
to helD the Huila Selection beat
us by the score of 58 to 45.
travel to Colombia, Rodolfo (Fi-
11; loin, incumbent r.naeh nf
the Colon Smokers hnnrw th
management of this selection
over to Marcelino, de Obaldia
Tom could ont make the trip be because
cause because of employment commitments.
Sportini? SUeh Welt-Vnnnm 1n
cal players as Luis (Rombo) Pe
rez, arturo Agard, Edgar (Pere (Pere-za
za (Pere-za white, Luis (De Panama)
Parfaith and Darlo de Leon who
were used as replacements for
the absent Chesterfield players,
this team was confident of a
successful tour averagewise.
These players along with Ro?e Ro?e-iio
iio Ro?e-iio Aikman. rarin. Tn.
ben Huerta. jos? Julio Noel, Ro-
omnn, Antonio Quinones
and Luis (Titm krL
posed of the playing deleat'on.
Obaldia as Coach, Regundo Gu-
T tn,s wmer made up
the contingent of 15,
Asrainst th. 9kn-lcill. TT..1
1. c nui nui-Ja
Ja nui-Ja selection, we scored only 45
points and, knowing our play players.
ers. players. 45 no nlh. nnlJ V.--y
. wuiu imiuiy re-
fleet their pbying ability (even
hifnJii "'S'hi. as mentioned
beforejhe cold and wet court
hampered their, style.
N'h wt saw Francisco
yZSSb the Huila team who
oressed us then nri in .u
JoZT.!?'! durin5 tour.
,,w..v as coacn for the
team and his team's game re revolves
volves revolves around. He i khe .h..
ary type player who will elude
Plenty of support from Albefto
",ai W,1U scored 14 points on the
dangerously sUppery court. The
other 17 noints nere .1
mong four other players. ;
un me colon team only two
"layers were able to hit for the
double fimires. white fnr u j
Perez for 10.
Unknown to us, this game was
part of a three-way series, the
hometown team Antioquia
v v'n e'eted Huila in a tense
battle the night before.
After the game. Interviews we
had with the noil
- "JU I v i 1
ed that the umoiring also 'mur-
ueicu mem me night before.
ucspue me overwneimlng
oolrtt bulg'e in the score
Huila selection was unanimous
in that thev were nnt mndn
- w w v w.. WH,rU
of their victory over the Colon
Dream Game' Tops List
Of 1956 Series Records
BROOKLYN. Oct 11mp
Don Larsen's "dream game" no no-hitter
hitter no-hitter in the fifth frame uas the
outstanding "first" of the 1956
worm series, but a number of
other Series records were set.
YobI Berra was riuht hnhiivl
Yankee teammate Larsen in the
record setting department as he
drove in a total of 10 runs in the
Series to erlinse the rernrrt nf
nine set by Lou Gehrig of the
laiisees in iaZ8.
Here are the new records set:
Pitching a perfect no-hitter:
Don Larsen, N.Y. Oct. 8, 1956.
Most runs batted in, one Se Series:
ries: Series: 10 Yogi Berra, N.Y.
Most pitchers used by one
club, one srame: 7 New Vnrk
Oct. 5, 1956.
Most bases on balls, one game:
11 Brooklyn, Oct. 5, 1956.
Lowest club battin? average.
7-game series: .195 Erooklyn.
Fewest base hits, one club 7 7-game
game 7-game Series: 42 Brooklyn.
Fewest singles, one elnh 7.
game Series: 30 Brooklyn.
rewesi lett on base, one club
in a game: 0 Brooklyn, Oct. 8,
Fewest left nn hnse hnt.h eliihi
in a rfme: 3 Brooklvn Ml wem
Most home runs, 7-game Se Series:
ries: Series: 12 New York.
Most strike outs, 7-game Se Series,
ries, Series, both clubs: 90 Brooklyn
(47). New York (43).
Longest 9-lnning game: 3:26,
New York at Brooklyn, Oct. 5,
Participalting in most World
Series: 22 New York.
Most time World Series win winner:
ner: winner: 17 New York.
SERIES RECORDS TIED:
Series competition: 8-Don New-
?oe;,?klyn' 1949 1955
lo6 (4). 1
Fewest chances accepted third
baseman, one game: 0 Jackie
Robinson, Bklyrr; Oct. 6, 1956.
Most runs, both clubs, one in inning:
ning: inning: 11 New York (5); Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn (6).
Fewest trinles nne series, n
Highest fieldintr nernentatre
7-game Series: S92 Brooklyn!
Fewest errors, 7-game Series:
Fewest left on base, both clubs,
7-game Series: 82 Brooklyn
(42), New York (40).
Most pitchers used, both clubs,
one iame: 10 New York (7),
Brooklyn (3), Oct. 5, 1956.
Most runs hatted in nn. In.
ning: 4 Yogi Berra, N.Y., 2nd
inning Oct. 5, 1956. Bll Skowron,
N.Y., 7th inning, Oct 10, 1956.
one or more base hits, all
games, one series: Billy Martin
and Hank Bauer, N.Y.
Home runs, hases filled nne
game: l Yosi Berra and Bill
Most home runs allowed in
Pitcher To Hurl
NEW YORK rtTPHo. U
mm Vm I IUH IO m
list of the seven pitchers who
.tossed perfect no hit, no run
games in. baseball history:
I John Lee Richmond, Worcester
(NL) vs Cleveland, June 12, 1880.
John M. Ward, Providence (NL)
vs Buffalc, Jun: 17, 1880, 5-0
Denton T. (Cy) Young, Boston
(AL) vs Philadelphia, May 5 1904.
Adrian C. Joss, Cleveland (AL)
vs Chicago, Oct. 2, 190B, 1-0.
x-Ernest G. Shore, Boston (AL)
vs Washington, June 23, 1917, 4-0,
C. C. Robertson, Chicago (AL)
vs Detroit, April 30, 1922, 2-0.
' Don Larsen, New York (AL) vs
Brooklyn (NL) Oct. 8, 1856 -0.
x-Shore's performance in this
(Tamp now is elncstfioH with
n v. TTtvtl JC1-
feet-games." Babe Ruth started
as the Boston pitcher and was re removed
moved removed by Umpire Owens after
giving up a base on balls to Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, the first Washington batter.
Shore took Ruth's place and after
Morgan was out trying to steal.
Shore retired the next 26 batters
without allo-.ing a man to reach
Hplmes ......... .' 2
ompson f 4a
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Richmond's Hole-In-One Features Canadian Club Tourney Third Round
Mag lie Sets Up The Bat iers, Mathieson s
Who lelT Him What To Pitch 300 Appears
ly HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) What is
Sal Maglie-s art?
'Evurvtaolv in the Dark throws
harder than Maelie." says Fresco
Thompson, the old infielder in
charge of the Dodgers' farns,
"but The Barber mastered the
The hitter tells Maglie what. to
- pitsh' says Eddie Lopat, the long longtime
time longtime Yankee junk man who this
vear managed the Richmond club
of the International League.
The squatty Lopat appreciates
... ? ik.H Mtnct T nna!
man like the proprietor of! to a great Ebonite team that did Mountain Dew Gains First Place
VT r, .L-. lint rln m rpl r A Hiohtt'On 1.1. nrliL I .k
. XIC 11111
West Bank League
Baxter did it again! This timej
the neighborhood delicatessen inan v,. &"-- tv,"" ""J
champion of the Cleveland! three games from Isthmian and
Indians! S i. what he was. Chevrolet downed Steward Elec Elec-but
but Elec-but traftiness took him consider- trie 3 games to I. This put c. A.
ablv farther than a lot of pitchers i High and Chevrolet tied for 1st.
with aH the necessary equipment j place, two games ahead of 3rd
What Lopat means is that the bat batter
ter batter and the situation tells Magbc
what not to pitch
It was certainly a short stay
Monday evening saw the dolls
Of "Good Old" Mountain Dew
take advantage of the last place
Salon Alex team and win all
three points by a large margin.
They put together games or sui
A sparki ng hole-in-one by
Paul Richmond on the 15 yard
twelfth bole marked the third
round of the Canadian Club I
Tourney now being played at
Richmond's perfect five-iron
shot about six feet in front of
the nin and rolled into the cup
for an ace. Later in the day HII
Lewis almost matched the feat
when he saw his ball stop just
an inch away from the cup on
the 170 yard seventeenth.
Scotty Mathieson has com completed
pleted completed his seventy two holes and
appears to have the gross score
pr'ze of the beautiful silver tray
and glasses wrapped up with a
twelve over par 300.
Prizes will be awarded at the
monthly Buffet Dinner Dance
C API TOLIO
THE KILLER IS
,' Also: -FORT
T I V O L I
THE STAND AT
WORLD IN MY
Keving McCarthy Dana
INVASION OF THE BODY
Dorothy Malone in
in Cinemascope is Color!
Italian and German
LA MUJER DEL RIO
with Sofia Loren
EL ULTIMO ACTO
with Oscar Werner
HOW TO BE HAPPY
OUT OF DOORS with
ALL THE DEER
By WARREN PAGE
over-browsed areas of which
New York has plenty. All told,
however, it looks as if only one
New Yorker out of six or seven
MET a chap the other day who; toted venison home of his own
is either the smartest hunter in shooting.
New York State or the luckiest.; Things aren't like that every-
He allowed as how he hadn't, where. Maybe there are fewer
i was cwtMuuH i -w hy. mmw w": ne auowea as now ne naan t where. llavDe mere are
... l ... non u'nnTiiip irnr,tc ,r-iu ...nj ...... c .., tna KHtK nmnv inn nil i 1 h..r. I k.m j..m i .u- "v
hat not to Wtcn. l'u li"c -;-. naia Their oni o-ame --- nucu iu gci, uuum a uutu uwci aeer per nunicr in me new im
Catchers-whcn they are free toiw a fine series by Chick Smero-1 series oi 2W9. JVJftJZ I Sunday evening. October 14.Bobin said state for any season since1 woods-as there obviously should
, j ,mi,n. coo anrt rhuelr nnaers M M only 18 pills snort OI uie , h r,riutilin- the. Henri- 1950 !k ... i,; ftio in tl Pat.
quez Company of colon, win oe ; mats 25 straight kills, and ac-1 skills there s a gink in a red coat
oiicorcuna 10 nis account, ne never ipamne aaainst everv tnira tree.
. .. ... i .. .. ... .. rnn r-1-,,,.,1- urxnarz "Ml
4. t will tell you inai sumcigiia, 00,4 uu .6. .-. oln ,j
nii.h.W are a oleasure to catchlto lead Baxters in winning four season Wgh game of W held to
r" j !. j,. .f rfnnnH finl-,moc frnm Fhnnite This re- me NO Mi Uifta uuiigr. awn
aim liiia uulj hw v w-m- -.uiuvo viu
"stuff." They mean that the pitch
er takes full advantage of the 1'
inches of plate he faces.
rinvn to Hrri and two eames out
Baxter is Just one game out of
Atr. uioh fnr Rhonlte Mario La-
Maflit, with his control and w.;Maestra 482 and Tom Thomas
imati tnnwlede of the batters
like and dislikes, strives to make
the hitter hit his pitch. He tries to
"get ahead of" the hitter. That
oivp him a wk er margin in
ing both corners
Ebonite from 1st place -tMitWff.
muieil ViHn lurcu UJ ray
Hunter with 458. Every woman
on the Dew team hit over 400,
while Eva S;inson was, as usual,
high or the cellar dwelling Sa Salon
lon Salon Alex with 462.
C. A. High has been pecking1
awav each week and finally
,Tngi7 Lh gained a tie for 1st place by
of that 17 inches W" . Inu), Tsfhmian Team
three games one. High series
present to award the pHzcs
that good Canadian Club whis- i put in more than four or five days
by. ion wmtetail in any given season.
'Remit of the third round of Me, I think he's the luckiest-ror
Abernathy's Pauline Ray had
high game and high series for
thf evening with 188 and 524 to
lead the Sportsman to a two
point victory over the Boyd
i i 'for C A High. Ed Russell 502lPlnl victory over uie euya
Maglie remembers every pltaft J1 Poach 429 High fori Bros. Insurancemen and keep
to every hitter. The smart hitter .TP. jSSm? Altizer 518 and !-hem in a first place tie. Mimi
also remembers what he did or! Kw4M iMetzger and Mare Rodgers hit
did not hit. There follows the great j Bob Morrow inn9i450 and 445 for Abernatyh. Max-
game of guessing on the succeeo- ln Tobnsen hsd 481. Babe Hew-
taking tthree games to one fromjttt 450 and Betty Nessle 449 in a
fi : it nMi.inl lnln effort for the Tnsurance-
ing times at bat.
Maglie takes into consideration
the batter's stance, idiosyncrasies,
the number of outs, the score, ev everything.
erything. everything. He tries to keep the bat batter
ter batter off Mlance sets him up for
a certain pitch high inside and
then the curve on the outside, etc.
The ordinary hitter can be fool fooled
ed fooled by the same pitch even when
the pitcher tells him it's coming,
But a pitching pattern will not
stop a good hitter, who is first to
wonder if the pitcher will follow
the pattern. The good'hitter loohs
for the pitch that fooled him the
Maglie, with that precise, corner-cutting
curve, doesn't have tc
outguess right hand batters as
much as a less artful hurler. The
real thumpers, the Mickey Man Mantles
tles Mantles and Yogi Berras, are the ones
who signal to Maglie and his
sixth sense what to pitch, or what
not to pitch.
Maglie, like all skillful pitcher,
before him. sometimes throws the
obvious, but to the batter the ball
he least expected. Ahead of the
hotter, say two strikes and no
balls, he gets the "signal" that the
batter expects anything but the
fast ball and especially anything
but the bard one right down the
a Slipping atewara cieturiu "s
team. Audrey Strumpfer gave j men.
her best 420 which puts her on.
top for the women's High Series. No Mi Dlga Lounge stayed in
Tom KilgaUan had 523. High se- fourth place by a two to one vic vic-ries
ries vic-ries for Steward Dick Brown 472 pry over the now third place
and Ernie Campise 422. Panama Ciearettes team. No Ml
iDiga won the first and second
Next week will be a must wln.eame by a good margin and lost
for some of the teams if they
, intend to stay up there. Ebonite
the last one by only one pin,
766 to' 765. Thelma Camby with
meets C A. High Steward Elec- 477 andsJean Hume with 447 led
trie take on Baxters and Chev-ithe Lounge team while Lil Gunn
rolet go against Isthmian. iwss high for 4he Smokers with
..... L ,i f
C. A. High 29
Ebonite . ....... 27
S. Electric 22
L T. Pins 441
Men's High Average
Mario La Maestra 173
Tom KilgaUan 167
Ed Russell 160
Bob Morrow 154
Women's High Average
Mayre KilgaUan 135
Norma Russell 123
Jona Rogers 123
Audrey Strumpfer 116
Myrtle Sowell 116
Pan American Airways is now
In the fourth plsee tie with their
three-point win Over the Chev-rolet-Buick
keglers. Ann Simrak,
a substitute for the Flyers, was
high wfch 467. Eileen Scott was
second with 411. Dottie Williams
wfs tops for the losers with
Team Standings After Five nO
TEAM STANDINGS AFTER
Lou Glud's Ebonites
Tim Dwyer 118 132 124
Tt--.il u..wd i aL. h0i, M. Dwyer . 120
rji. bum a juoi vi n liiit uauvt rpu
gets-not more than once a sea- J'T". ili
on tm hitter Thr.m t. k n Tom Thomas 143
uVprise. LaMra 156
Handicap . 135 135 135 405
The pitcher looks at the batter'
and as Eddie Lopat says, the hit M 804 776 2364 j
ter is tellinc him what he is Rudesheim Baxters
ihinkine 'Jack Davis 138 129 136
The pitcher gives him the n Rogers 118
Team Games Won Lost
Mountain Dew . 15 10 5
Abernathy 15 10 5
Pan. Cigarettes .15 8 6
No Mi Diga L. . 15 8 7
P. A. Arways .... 15 8 7
Boyd Brothers ... 15 7 8
Chevrolet Buick 15 6 9
Salon Alex 15 2 13
wrong answer he hopes.
Hove Joe Mieeli
B. Smeroglia 87
C. Smeroglia 168
C Rogers . 145
Handicap . 170'
826 921 894 2641
C. A. H gh Contractors
Tom Roach 133 122 174
NEW YORK Oct. 11 TIP)-WeT
'rweipM Joe M:e!i of Ne'" VorJ
dcolared todv: "Tliey didn't have fry Roach .99 98 109
me. And that's what counted." if). Gwarek 122 123 125
He was referring to the ar.nar Russell 113 138 142
vt betting coup that fizzled Mon- Ed Russell 124 177 201
dsy night whec his lusty left tin- Handicap . 132 132 132
prrcuts floored Danny Giovanelii
of Brooklyn once and '.von 2 nn
srimous decision id Ihcir televis
nnnder at St.
Nicholas R. Altizer
13, Altizer .
So much money was be on Gi- c. Nunei .
n anclli during six hours before Bob Morrow
723 791 883
the fight that the price rocketed Handicap 167 167
from "even money" to 4-1 awl'
out." Bookies look the fight "off
the board' and accepted no more
"I don't know
781 731 835 2347
play by net scores are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Stirewalt 214
Whitney .... 227
Gil Norland Prexy
Oi Atlantic Teener
A large saihetfroT of parents
and players attended the Atlantic
Teenaee Baseball League meeting
held Monday night at the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Service Center and elected a
verv fine group of officers to han han-dl
dl han-dl the Leaguw's affairs during
the 1957 season which is scheduled
to get underway early in January
Trv-onts for all new boys will
be held Satrday. Oct. 13, at he
Mt. Hope ball park starting at 9
o'clock. All bovs between the
ages of 13 and 15 and sttend U.S.
rate schools are eligible and -ire
requested to be present for this
TJoon entering fie tnTI nark, w
nort at once to te prayer agent
M orrter that all neeessa'v in
formation reonired by the 'eaie
avilab'e before the start of the
trv-ont. In cae of ra'n. fv-out
will b he'd the following Satur
day. (October 20th) same place.
Gilbert. Morianrl was "letted
"reside oft he league with Mr.
fproipki as vice president. K
into Seretary treasure ann M
Detore the player !ent. MorInd
Is well known for h's outstsndin?
interest, support and cooperaMor
inwards or"ani7ed b s s e b a 1 1
throMffbout the Canal 7onc
ltpnllbl' of Parama. Undc i
!'rderhio, the Leo"' ? is assured
of another successfull year.
perhaps even the biggest liar
The odds, as I read the ratio of
hunters to deer in the Empire
State, make this accomplishment
either something out of Munc Munchausen
hausen Munchausen or a downright miracle.
in 1955, with a gross license
count of 952,946 hunters of whom
pherhans a third took out deer
tags, the actual reported kill was j tail over in the Black Hills coun coun-32.946
32.946 coun-32.946 bucks, with 13.102 o t h c r try. In other words, only two
deer checked in during antlerless hunters out seven failed to bag
openings in some counties and the I their eating meat, and probably
arcnery season, lotai reported, almost that manv either didn't at at-46.148.
46.148. at-46.148. The Conservation Depart- tempt to fill their taes. or spent
ment has an idea that roughly a most of their time trying to fill a
third of the legally killed d e e r straight flush.
aren't reported, would call the What's the moral of the storv?
shots on the 1955 total as nearer Go where the deer are and the
59. 532 critters. I hunters ain't? Not a bad idea, but
That is only 800 short of an not feasible for. all of us. even if
estimated record kill set back iniu. S. Steel is sealing at a new high.
1952 when a more deliberate ef- Something to ort for and save
fort was made to trim herds in for. however. Won't vou think?
Mavbe there's a higher percent
age of "hunters" who prefer Old
Busthead and a poker deck to sit sitting
ting sitting on a cold stump; or maybe
there are fewer good shots it
makes no great matter.
Out in Wyoming, for one spot,
deer hunting is different. In the
1955 season, that state sold a total
of 71,893 deer licenses. The har
vest was 51.128 animals.
mule deer, perhaps 4.000
WINNER AND LOSER Brooklyn Dodgers' pitcher Sal Magi!"
(left), whose no-hitter helped pace his team to the National
League pennant, meets his match, New York Yankees' pitcher
Don Larsen. alter the fifth game of t),e World Series. Larsert
beat Maglie, 2-0. while pitching the first perfect game in"
World Series history.
Tatum To Try To Use Butts'
Georgia II For Second Time
As Stepping Stone To Bigtime
By RICHARD W. HATCH
United Press Sports Writtr
j MANTLE CONNECTS Yankees' certerfielder Mickey Mantle
crosses the plate after hitting a home run In the fourth in in-I
I in-I ning of the fifth World Series game in Yankee Stadium,
i Greeting Mickey are Yogi Berra '8) ind the Yankees' batboy.
Retains Top Grid Rating
t S? 4& 4&
I may never forogct thai nc. Scar.
bath had gained poise and preci.
m., ,,, on. ana wun mm Maryland had
IHAPEL H1LL,.J. C. (UP) one of the finest stable of back!
Two football coaching masters ever assembled anywhere,
will meet here Saturday when They routed Georgia 43-7.' Mary.
North Carolina plays Georgia and land went oh to its first undefeat undefeat-for
for undefeat-for the second time Jim Tatum ed season in ihstory and whipped 1
will try to use Wally Butts' Geor-, Tennessee 28-13 in the Sugar Bowl,
gia team as a stepping stone to The game of top national inter inter-the
the inter-the big-Ume est in this area Saturday will bV
The gtmbit worked for Tatum Duke vs SMtJ. Duke was supposed
at Maryland after three tries, to be a threat for the Atlantic
Come Saturday, he wilf be work-Coast Conference title and the
ing harder than ever to do it Orange Bowl this year but already
again, and Butts will be fighting has lost to Tennessee and South
to counter him. Carolina. SMU holds a victory
Tatum will be out to halt a over Notre Dame,
humiliating winless season at the Clemson. the conference favor
new job where he was hired to ite, will go to Wake Forest, whosa
niuvenaie norm Carolina. ; Deacons have been erratic so far.
Butts, the proud dean of South- South Carolina meets Virginia at
,casiern omerence coacnes, has Richmond, Va., in a game that
nly a hollow 3-0 victory over little took on ndw Interest when Vir Vir-;
; Vir-; I lorida State this year and has ginia upset Wake Forest last week,
.lost twice, it is one of a string Tough VPI meets William and
i of poor seasons for Butts and Marv. Richmond goes against thr
there are whispers that his long building Citadei. Furman against'
stay at Georgia may be nearing Wofford and VMI against Lehigh,
an end. i
1 It was by tying Georgia 20-20 in
the 1948 Gator Bowf that Tatum
lirst gained national attention.
1 Moral Victory
Butts was the famed producer
of such players as Frankie Sink-
iwich and Charlie Tripppi and an
old-hand at bow! games. Tatum
I was an ambitious coach hired to'
put Maryland, unknown in football!!
circles, on the gridiron map.
The Gator Bowl tie was a moral'
'victory for Tatum because of the'
tremendous prestige of Butts. j
By NORMAN MILLER
KilgaUan 179 186 158
it." fiiri 27 vear ,m mTV.-h .r tV "EST tV.
heard ali kinds of rumors. But I m irii9ii 190
went out there to win, and I did JSlt vn
-because I'm aimin' at a title g
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NEW MANAGER? Kerby
Farrell, reported successor to
retired Cleveland Indians
manager Al Lopez, is shown
in New York where he la
meeting with Cleveland gen general
eral general manager Hank Green Green-berg.
berg. Green-berg. Greenberc denied reports
that Farrell had been appoint appointed
ed appointed to the post, but said he is
"definitely under consideration."
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The following year's game was
at night at Athens and Butts
In 1950, it was announced that
'the Terrapins had finally arrived
1 with quarterback Jack Scarbath
f-, .. niu i i, directing a fine team and with a
IT ISM TutT A 8 ??nedule including Georgia, Navy.
NEW YORK (UP)-Ok'ahoma's homa 320; Michigan State 305: !'ga,", k
powerhouse retained its No. l spot Texas ChristlaD and Ohio State 222 ria'u' "TriS
in the United Press college foot- each: Georgia Tech 213; Tennes- ?'nd1( Ja r?'y,
ball ratings today, but much of sec 142; Southern Calllornia H3;b ,'th oddsmakers hadn't fore fore-last
last fore-last weeks big lad I was wiped mUJK; Texas A.M 64 and tSfTSi oufto1
out bv runnerup M'chii'an biate, Michigan 51. u ki- j...
i which has beaten two such lough- The Bulldes stood' throuih tlmc-i
I er opponents. ; Tennessee made the biggest J-0Uud raced on and off Uie'
6 Texas Chilian and Ohio State vane, among the top 10 teams, when substituted The sweatl
v; moved up to a lie for third place moving up four notches to the No. Tr,.nin. Jhj
! while Georgia Tech, idle last week 6 spot. Southern California jumped st jraBecd ba-.k and forth;
rirooned to No. 3. Texas AaM was two olaces to seventh: Mississippi 2. u!a?.?i! i
mn Ulll m WVW.nv l,v IIC1U C1K1IV1I 1IU icaos nfl.,1 u-
jl Hop 10, taking over the ninth rank- vanced three positions to No. 9.1
ft ing. Michigan dropped six places to
V .... 10th. Pitt, seventh last week,
A Michigan Stste, which defeated pfummmeted all the way to 20th.
arch-rival Michigan 9-0, last Sat- lace ,ter beinj( upset by CaUf.
Viurday, narrowed Oklahoma s first rni.
i place margin from 9 points to
jonly 15. In addition to Michigan Benind Armv in the second 10
which was ranked fourth last group came B&vor Minnesota,!
I week, the- Spartans also have s Methodist ond Notre!
beaten Stanford. Dame in that order. Navy and.
Utral i Klg i lrnro iirrl fnr Ifith
Crushes Kansas State place oUowej bv Iowa, Stanford
Oklahoma, seekmg Us second d piu
straight national championship,
crushed weak Kansas State, 66-0,
fast weekend, following a season-
opening triumph over North Car-
'Twenty two members of the fijvc Mlirh MOTC
35-ma.i coac.es board which rates MUyS lfllll.ll l"WI C
the teams weekly for the United ... ..
Press picked Oklahoma tops mis Han If IJOCS US
week: sever, voted for Michigan "WJ
k state. Last week the Sooners at-!
ft traded 25 first-place votes and the NEW YORK (NEA) New York
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TALLMATO Meal size to tomato
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mr, Har-mr, 111. He reports the outsize
."love apple" weighs two pounds,
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Teatro tjrtivlta tM
Toatro Central :.. ft
ATTENTION, G. I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments. I.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisco, beside
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary. Via Porras
120. Phone 3-S024.
FOR RENT: Apartment, fully
furnished. 2 bedrooms, bath,
maid's room and bath, porch. 'hot
water, screened. Bella Vista. Call
2-1891, 2-1S95, 8-a m. 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and modern two-bedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo. For
information Phone 2-2416 or
FOR RENT: Beautiful view in
La Cresta. 2 -bedroom apartment,
studio, etc. Completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Hot water. $200. Call 3 3-1899.
1899. 3-1899. FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment
ment apartment in Campo Alegrc: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple with without
out without children. Apply perronally
51st Street, next to the Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan Embassy. Available for
November the first.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
furnished apartment, maid's
quarters. El Cangrejo. Refer References.
ences. References. Call 3-0277.
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modem 3 -bedroom apartment,
hot water, garage. Balboa 2 2-3382,
3382, 2-3382, Panama 3-1043 Roberto.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two-bedroom apartment,
$65. Army inspected. For furth further
er further information call Panama 2 2-2807.
2807. 2-2807. .. JUL,
New Trial Ordered For Pennsylvania Red
And 4 Buddies On Grounds
WASHINGTON. Oct. 11 (UP) Court that the east be sent hark
The Supreme Court today ordered to the Tower oottrtf oar to deter- testified falsely later before Sen Sen-a
a Sen-a new trial for Pennsylvania mine whet'ie Mama actually ate committees and other court
Communist leader Steve Nelson
and lour co-defendants on grounds
that one of the principal witnesses
against them may have lied in
the first trial. I
The court aced by a vo'c of 6
;to 3 after an unusual mid-session
conference following arguments
in the case.
I In the arguments. Solicitor Gen-
cral J. Lee Rankin conceded that
sovernment witness Joseon a!
I Mazzci may have lied at the trial
(Of Nelson and his cohorts at the
'original trial in federal court in
Pittsburgh, Pa., five years ago. wuiiam AiDertson, Benjamin L. Hign Conrt wanoed t0 act immed immed-All
All immed-All were convicted of conspiring Cartntners, James H. Dolsen and iateiv iti should acauit the two
iu icjui -iiu nuvuvnto .mi -defendants, Dolsen ana caream-
! overthrow of the U. S. govern-1 mony concerned chiefly Dolsen ers agajnst whom Maxzei testi testi-.rnent.
.rnent. testi-.rnent. They were given five year and Careathers. i fiecj dlectjy and order new tria,
unsuu lerms. i
The Justice DcDartment con-
ceded that Mazzci's later state-
committees and other groups cast
doubt on the credibility of his trial
testimony. But it asked the High
Says His W. German
Flight b 'Plant
MUNICH, German, Oct. It -(UP)
The daughter of former
East German Vice Premier 'Her-
mann Kastner, who "chose free
dom" here last week, said today
I I .1- i. l L. r
, sue uiiuks ne may oe a commun
"My father probablv came
to work for the reunification of
Uf'tnwv as the CoMimun.'sis want
it," Marie-Brigi'te Kastner said in
an interview broadcast by the
U.S. Armed Forces network.
Kastner's Russian-born first
wife lives here with M-rie-Br -;i"o
and their son, Ralf. None of the
three has seen the refugee since
his arrival in West Germaiy. Mrs.
Kastner said she fears yet ex ex-husband.
husband. ex-husband. He told Western ai'thori'ic! t'nr
back to my h o m e 1, a n d, but he
meant to Siberia." she said.
Bavarian provincial authorities
confirmed today that Kastner fled
through the Iron Curtain last week
and requested political asylum in
West Germany, b u t thev would
give no information of his where whereabouts.
abouts. whereabouts. Kastner, who was a leader of
the Soviet-zone branch of the Lib Liberal
eral Liberal Democratic party, was forced
out as vice premier in a purge six
years ago. At that time, Russian
friends protected him from what
might have been more serious ac action
tion action by the Red regime.
fie told Western auhtori'ies after
his arriv:.! here that soviet infu infu-ence
ence infu-ence in E Germany is- on the
wane. Fe said he fed because he
was afraid local Communist au authorities
thorities authorities would kill him. i
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Professional or amateur. Audi Auditions
tions Auditions every Saturday, 2 p.m. at
the Club Atlas. See Mr. Lee.
FOR SALE: Odds and ends of
furniture. Complete dining room
set, knick-knacks. Must sell
quick. Leaving country. No 45
9th Street, San Francisco be la
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip:
living room set, cost $600, sell selling
ing selling for $125; dining room set,
cost $500, selling for $125;
double bed with spring $20; new
Frigidaire refrigerator $50; Ben Ben-dii
dii Ben-dii washing machine $50. A real
bargain. 48th St. No. 27, Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: Bedroom suite, 12
pieces Rattan living room furni furniture,
ture, furniture, and1 miscellaneous house household
hold household articles. House 1 345-A
15th N O. Hdqtrs. Phone 2 2-3000.
3000. 2-3000. FOR SALE: Beautiful living
room sett $139; coffee tables
$15; dining room sets $75; chi
na closets $59; mahogany
cots $9.50; c
counts. Easy T
Ave. No. 41,
Phone 3-4911, I
room set: one t.
top, 6 chairs,
"El Carmen" No
FOR SALE: 60
testified falseM I
The court'aiiB far a new
trial was aaBH
bis candor in
natter to the
ine tnrece aissenicrs-Justiccs,
Felix FranUturtqr. John M. Ksv-
Ian, and Harold H. Burton woul-
have granted the Justice Depart-1
ment's motion. They may file
their dissenting opinions later, j
Those tried with Nelson were
. . i . I
" "s usuumu uciuic mC
Hi"h Cs.-rt wa"'ed to :c! p -I
sure whether Mazzei Jed at the
is as close as .
...Calls 'Till 10:00 pm
Complete TV Testing
CALL 2 2374
CORNER "H" and DAR1EN
Mb with glass
$2. First St.,
i. PheoapM 2-
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Road Road-master
master Road-master 4-door Sedan. Very dean
1 -owner car, radio, heater, pre premium
mium premium tires, new battery, $350.
Qtrs. Ml Albrook. Phone 86 86-4279.
4279. 86-4279. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 124-B Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 6-cylinder. Extras, du duty
ty duty free, $2350. Can be financed.
Phone 2-0091, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1955 Studebaker
Champion 4-door, excellent con condition
dition condition $1100. Albrook 86-5237,
6-8 p.m. MSgt. Clark.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
"88" 4-door sedan, two-tone
grey, excellent condition 5433 5433-B,
B, 5433-B, Endicott St., Diablo. Phone
FOR SALE: 1954 Oldsmobile
"98" convertible, 13,000 miles,
new car condition Best offer
over $2000. Call 2-3000 after
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Bel-Air Fordor sedan, standard
shift, extras. Call work 83-2253,
FOR SALE: 1946 Dodge 4-dr.
sedan, recently overhauled. New
battery, good tires, $200. Call
82-4204 between 8 a.m and 4
FOR SALE: Small Spinet piano,
mahogany vanity, lots in Arrai Arraign
gn Arraign House 754-B, Balboa Road.
FOR SALE: One set slightly
used golf clubs: "Hogan" atain atain-less
less atain-less steel irons, "Thompson"
woods, "McGregor" ttuf-horse
bags. Cost $250, sell $150. AB AB-ERNATHY
ERNATHY AB-ERNATHY SPORTING GOODS.
lievos Mazzel tolrl the truth hut
He sugscsted that Mazzei may
have suffered a psychiatric dis-
turbance after his trial testimony
which induced him to commit
But Attorney Frank J. Donner,
who represented Nelson and his
rn defendants, said Rankin's
k "ir-.Hnr.ol w c,;a
jne government was "the victim
without much skill"
n... t.- o.,.f-j tw if ti
till lie aiikKc. jvcii iiioi. ia-
or jn jnree others
t,.., J v r,.i
ca a Th" "go vVnment to
doubt his veracity was his state
ments at Senate hearings and in
court proceedings that the Com Communist
munist Communist party was planning to
liouirtatc Sen. Joseph R. Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy (R-Wis).
He also testified after the Nel Nelson
son Nelson trial that he had taken
courses in the part on sabotage,
espionage and handling arms and
ammunition. He said tie was
taught by party officials how to
blow up bridges, poison water in
reservoirs and eliminate people.
WHO DAT? It's none other
than our own Greta Garbo,
still publicity shy. Unglamor Unglamor-ous
ous Unglamor-ous hairdo and dark glasses
help disguise the famed screen
star as she boards a plane in I
Paris, heading for New York
after a summer in Nice. France.
mWW eaalHsanHHsVr T
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick Sedan Sedan-atte;
atte; Sedan-atte; also Coldspot refrigerator.
Must be sold. Make an oHer.
Phone Balboa 2-3115. First
come, first served.
The Panama liner Panama is
scheduled to sail from New York
this afternoon with 71 passen passengers
gers passengers for Cristobal. Twenty-five
passengers are booked for Port-au-Prince,
Among the passengers for
Cristobal are Dr. Ezra Hurwuz.
superintendent of Palo Scco
Leprosarium, and Mrs. Hurwitz.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list lor Cristobal fol.ows:
Mr. and Mrs. Milford K. Bai Bailey;
ley; Bailey; Mrs. Emilio Barbone; Jose
Barzuna; Frank Caiiavagio;
Mrs. Margaret L. Canavaggio;
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Clark; Mr.
and Mrs. William Cook; Mr. and
Mrs. John J. cosgrove; Mrs. Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice S. Crook; Mr. and Mrs. Al Allen
len Allen C. Davison, Sr.; Mr. and
Mrs. nation Dean; Norman De De-mers;
mers; De-mers; Mr. and Mis. Kaynionu c.
Engle and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Peter N. Foster and daughter;
Miss Katherine Hochreiter; Dr.
and Mvs. Ezra Hurwiti; Mr. and
Mrs. Tomas.jacorae; Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth A. Jorgensen; Mr. Charles
F. Km pp, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William C. Lripold; and Mrs. Bessie
Miss Alice M. S.'McElroy; Miss
Kaitherine Mclntyre; Mrs. Sa Sarah
rah Sarah Maher; Mr. and Mrs. Thom Thomas
as Thomas Mahon; Mrs. Herbert Mande Mande-ville;
ville; Mande-ville; Norman Marshall; Mrs.
Isabel Martin; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold W. Meyer; Jr. and' Mrs.
W. M. Miller; Alfred M. Morris;
David u. Morris; Mr. and Mrs.
William Nathanson; Mrs. Nievfes
K. Ortega; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
H. Otten; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Pollak; Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Pretz; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pro Pro-van;
van; Pro-van; Miss Blanche M.' Richards;
David Rosenblatt; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank B. Sanders; Gerard K.
Schear; Mrs. Violet V. Sumner;
Miss Ethel Wheeler; Miss Edna
Wilkins; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C.
Zi'.mann and daughter; and
Mrs. Anne Zitzmann.
Jcwis!; Folk Singer
To Give Concert
Tomorrow in Pananr
Mordecai Yardeini, a lyri; ten tenor
or tenor who arrived in Panama early
this week will give a concert W
Palestinian and Jewish Folk
music tomorrow night at the Bene
ficeneia Israelita of Panama,
starting at 8:30.
Acclaimed as the finest inter interpreter
preter interpreter of Jewish folk songs, Yard Yard-eine
eine Yard-eine has performed widely in con concert
cert concert and radio the States, and has
recorded many of his interpreta interpretations
tions interpretations in an album of records.
His concert tomorrow night is
open to the public.
The folk singer expects to re return
turn return to New York after his con concert.
cert. concert. He Has just completed a
South American tour.
Yardeini also has a program of
folk songs over New York stations
WEVD and WHOM.
Need an extra ear?
Drive a sparkling new car
as your own.
FIESTA CAR RENTALS
HOTEL EL PANAMA
( ALL: Pan. 3-4568 Colon 71
PHILLIPS OceansMe Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa
.Phone Panama 3-187,7, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
a Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniens.
ens. conveniens. Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
Ike To Face
w.'sl'j:;gton, Oct. n (up-
Prcs;dent Eisenhower will under-
" a half hour of "cnmnlotolv
impromptu" questioning by about
,fui t u: x .
iw oi inn luppuncrs on raaio ana
television Friday night, the White
tiouse announced today.
White House Press Seeretarv
James C. Haeertv told renortors
the program is "something new"
in political camoaisnine He sniri
the questions should provide a
oroaa sampling of what people
Hasertv said the nartirinanlc
in the questioning panel would be
memDers ot ine citizens for Ei Eisenhower"
senhower" Eisenhower" organisation. Asked if
anv Democrats would nartieinatn
he replied yes some 'Democrats
Haeertv said the nropram will
folfow the oattern b'f thp Pre.i.
dent's regular news conferences.
He emphasized that it will be
completely informal and unre unrehearsed
hearsed unrehearsed with the President having
no raea ot wnai sort oi questions
will be asked.
He said Mr. Eisenhower nrnk.
ably will make a few opening re-
marhs ana men say "let s go on
Hagerty said the idea for the
program was suggested by the
Citizens for Eisenhower nran'nt.
tion. He said the President
"thought it was a fine idea."
Among the questioners, he said,
would be workers, housewives
and students. He said the panel
would be selected by the Citizens
for Eisenhower group itself.
Hagerty also revealed details of
i nationwide radio, and television
-ogram in honor of the Presi-
wt'a 66th birthday Saturday
Hagerty said the President
lans to view the program from
i room in the White House along
ith Mrs. Eisenhower, their son,
ohn, and John's wife, Barbara!
le said Mr. Eisenhower mm
j a few words at the beginning and
end oi the program.
Misi New Zealand
Drops Out Contest
To Get 'Miss World'
LONDON (UP)-A shy, 20-year-old
New Zealand beauty said to to-rly
rly to-rly .e drooped of t n?s
World" contest to be held here
next Monday because "I don't
want tl ..Mil. In A k .1. 1
..,.., w faiaur ill naming CUS-
Honey-blonde Jeanette de Mon Mon-talk,
talk, Mon-talk, the 33-23-35 "Miss New Zea Zealand,"
land," Zealand," said she was finished with
the contest desnite nleas from of.
ficials to participate with other
'I dfn't want tn narade In a
bathing costume before hundreds
of people, and I don't have the
sort of clothes to compete with
the officially sponsored girls," she
Miss de Montalk, daughter of a
New Zealand accountant vanished
three weeks ago after arriving in
London on an around-the-world
prize trip. She agreed earlier to
enter the contest in the absence
of any official New Zealand en entrant
trant entrant She told reporters who found
her living at a YWCA hostel she
was informed that participation
would not be nice In a "beauty
competition rat race or perhaps
it should be cat race."
She said the contest she won
in New Zealand was not actually
a beauty contest.
"It was decided on charm, per personality,
sonality, personality, intelligence and other
things rather than mere appear appearance,"
ance," appearance," the girl said.
"I did wear a bathing suit, but
it wits a local affair on a beach
where everybody else was dressed
the same way. I am probably be being
ing being very silly, but this seems com completely
pletely completely differ eaU?:
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Best
prices in Panama. For estimates
call 3-4628, Heres Co. Free
pick-up and. delivery.
Mrs. A. O. McGlade and family
wishes to thank their friends and
acquaintances for remembrances
and floral tokens during their
LOST b FOUND
LOST: Siamese cat, near Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights, gray and black fe female,
male, female, blue eyes, red collar. Call
FOR SALE: In Chorrera 44 44-45
45 44-45 hectares. All kinds of fruit
.trees, water all year. Good for
cattle, chickens, and gigs. Plan
and papers. A large house, good
for business. It is a two-story
house with 9 rooms. House 7741
America Ave., Chorrera. Make
FOR SALE: Best built residence
in Bella Vista. Will accept down
payment. Phone 3-4327.
MEET TACAPOOWALT That stands for Temporary Associ Association
ation Association for the Collection and Preservation oi Old Wyoming
Automobile License Tags. The organization was recently
formed by L. M. Smith, of Casper, Wyo., who, above, shows off
some of his collection. "License" tag at upper left-hand
corner is homemade. Wyoming issued no tags in 1912. When
car owners went into a state that required license plates, they
simply made up a number and constructed a tag by riveting
ordinary house numbers on a piece of saddle leather.
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POINTED TOWARD TOMORROW-Cargo-ferrying rocketa
are shown at their launching area in this artist's conception m
space craft which will carry supplies for man's first attempt to
build an inhabited earth satellite. Scientists attending the
Seventh International Astronautical Congress in Rome, Italy,
were presented with the theory that such a project may be not
too many years in the future. Man's second step toward the
stars would presumably follow successful operation of the tiny,
instrument-bearing earth satellites now being constructed for
launching during the International Geophysical Year.
Special used car salas from Friday noon Oct. 12th
until Saturday noon Oct. 13th we will have tan
used cars to be sold at extraordinary prices. Coma
and have your pick. Don't miss this unique chanca
to buy your car.
SMOOT Y PAREDES, S.A.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 16-ft. Playboy Vi"
plywood, made special for off offshore
shore offshore fishing, with trailer; n
engines. Ave. Primera No. 6
San Francisco. Phono 3-2145.
FOR SALE: 12-ft. fishing boat, v"
SI 00; 12-hp. motor, $240;
trailer, $45. $350 takes all. AB AB-ERNATHY
ERNATHY AB-ERNATHY SPORTING GOODS.
FOR SALE: Brand new deluxe
chrome Ostereter AC-DC motor,
coit $50, sell for $40. Houst
519, Ancon, C Z. Phone 2-27S3.
FOR RENT: Small concrete
house, consist of 1 large room,
bathroom, kitchen and porch.
Modern. Via Porras No. 64. Tel Tel-ephone
ephone Tel-ephone 3-IS63.
FOR RENT: Fumirhed chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch, kitchen, garage. Santuel
Lewis Street No. 4, facing Bis Bis-kayna
kayna Bis-kayna offices. Phone 3-2795.
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Licru un -runcc t wpi i i nar-E BB WHAT'S FOR US SIT DOWN
aSc SZhnpm I NOW. SO LtTSjm NOW THAT AN' WAIT TO
I TEU.YUH, DOWN. KNOCKED? BOIV""
SUZ W6 HAP OFF TH RN-ACE GET BAtK IN SvlETSI
THAT WAS rr?
At White Girt;
Must Leave Town
TUPELO, Mils. Oct. 11 (UP)
A Negro man yesterday pprepared
to leave town by court order for
whistling at a white Woman.
James Darden. 30. was sen
tenced to 30 days in jail and fined
1100 for Whistling at a pretty
young high school music teacher
but afterward. Was told be could
ue?ves town .ns
Given By Newsmen
On Tour Of South
JIRENADA, MisS. Oct. 11 (UP)
fcarply contrasting reports e e-merged
merged e-merged yesterday from New Eng England
land England newspapermen touring Mir-
s.ssippi to lean) the truth about
the South and its segregation prop prop-lem
lem prop-lem rn editor JB talked directs
with NeBroes lie met reported
their apparently had been "brain after the woman complained to
wflSKfl.' Anotner eauea me rur- pouce, was at nrsi cnarged wun
or" over the Negro's plight in the vagrancy, but later the charge
South a result of outside "propa- was changed to conduct calculated
ganda." to cause a breach of the peace.
A score of editors and pub-j Judge Charles Hutchinson pass pass-Tishers,
Tishers, pass-Tishers, mostly representing week-: ed sentence after Darden admitted
1y newspapers, are making a the offense but suspended the sea sea-weeklong
weeklong sea-weeklong tour as guests of the tence on Condition that Darden
state of Mississippi. leave Tupelo by midnight tonight.
The sponsoring State sov- Darden had been held in jail
ereignty Commission, a legislative since his arrest but was released
segregation "watchdog" commit- so he could make arrangements
tee, lets the gueosts ram at will to move away,
during stops of theif chartered bus 11
"?. tonMWJtoM. J towng B,ve vigited
in pany arr.veu nt Editor j, P.
(ikmsifys True Life Adventures
NlAHT ANP PAV.THB MOOSB
LOOK BAfiK TO SS THB
NO. MOVfe TO ATTACK.
Kelly of the Bridgeport (Conn.)
morning after a stopover lasi
th? U-Ne8T0 commumty "".parenUy bew so brain-washed by
Ttftiir In iU thiH dav held feneratioas of white supremacy
JrLn k. Art, T countrv that they don't care if they go to
narlh. e Ifm EmmeTSi .chools with white people or not."
"wolf whistle" kidnap murder
case which brought world atten attention
tion attention to Mississippi's Negro prob problem.
lem. problem. Two white men were acquitted
of kidnaping and murder charges
for the death of the 14 y-'-oiA
Negro boy visiting from Chicago
after he allegedly insulted a white
Editor 3. Clark Samuel of the
weekly Foxboro (Mass) Reporter,
said he believes much of the furor
summed 'from carefully plannel
nrooacanda designed to impair
Samuel ii impressed by tour
sponsors assurances that Negroes
.1 in.. 1 ltl..:..i.n ... "1,17-
ana wnn.es in misaissifi" "'.
log in eompaUbinty" and with
seeing "fine colored schools in the
PAINS IN BACK
ir body clMni out cM aoldt and
polionoui waatM la your blood
through million! of tiny delicate fell'
ney tube of Altera. If pciaoni In the
KldMra or Bladder make you aulter
from Getting Up Kit ht, KervouaneM,
Lea Palna, Clrciea unaar Eya, pacK-
eh, Achilla- Jolnta, Acidity or Burn Burning
ing Burning Paaaarea due to the need of a
diuretic itimuWnt. try Cyatex Clem
Out polaonoua aclda by paing Cyetex,
a d I ure tic t I m ulan t for K id ney which
aoothen and calma trritmtlOlta In Blad Bladder
der Bladder and uHnaty ayetem. Cyatex will
five you complete aatlsfaction and
Win be tat medicine you need. Aak
Sour drurgiat far Cyitax today.
The Royalty of Radio and Television
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UNPBK THIS PRIMITIVE P6YCHOUXSUSAL. WARFAR8,
THE MOOSE'S WILL TO RESIST EBBS-HIS SPIRIT BREAKS
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TtrJtVNT. ftMffr Rf TUKMlNtS HOME
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The Good Old Days
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f PAL IN COLUMt I
HAVEN'" HEARP OP
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ABOUT THE SCRAPS
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THVBSDAT. Oct 11, ISM
3 00 Armed Foreaa Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:1$ Godfrey Ttm
4:30 KobTt Q Lewis
4:tf iddle riahr
S Kida Klub
i S CapUlB Oojlaat
: Newt tad Panorama
nm Meat Millie
T J0 Talent Seouta
9 JO Two for The Money
1:0 U.S. Steel Hour
11:05 Ineere: Godfrey and
FBIDAY, Oct II 1SS4
3 00 Armed Forces Hour
4:oo Garry Moor
4:15 Godfrey Time
4 30 Robert Q. Lewis
4:45 Jan Froman
5:00 Life with Father
5 30 Winky Dink
6 00 Hem and Panorama
T OO Loretta Young
740 You Bet Your Life
8 00 Bob Hope m
9:00 SUr Tonight
9 :30 Pantomime Quiz
10 00 Root Montgomery preaenU
11 M Encore: Climax.
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Oklahoma Retains No. 1 Grid Rating
a. "X. X X T F S
AN INDEPENDENT V UfeY DAILY
"let fie? people fcreow the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Annapolis Is Slapping
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1956
BRITISH DEPLOY TROOPS, TANKS
AS CHINESE RIOT IN HONG KONG
rushed British Army troops and tanks tonight into areas of the
i ai .i u.,l 4 ... jau.
cuiuiiy nrai uir ivcu inn uumn v una. iru umjo ui iiuiiug
that turned finally against Europeans.
Mobs swarminr through the streets of Kowloon on the
mainland across from Hong Kong proper attacked all Europeans
sney couia una.
They tried to burn to death the chancellor of the Swiss
ri hi. iifo hv clrpn rh inr their rftr with rasollne
VUllSUiaif mm in i ...... J o
and set tine it afire.
British troops and Pakistani
police from the British-controlled
area behind Kowloon patrol patrol-ed
ed patrol-ed the streets while Royal Air
Force jets flew overhead.
It was the first time Britain
had itaken such a step for fear
of offending the Chinese Reds
whose frontier is only a lew
There was speculation in
tome Asian capitals that the
riots nvgbt mark the start of
a Chinese effort or a propa propaganda
ganda propaganda campaign to take over
the British crown colony. But
Britain was making no assess
ment ior ine lime oeing.
The colonial government im imposed
posed imposed a curfew on the refugee refugee-crammed
crammed refugee-crammed Kowloon sector and
Lt. Gen. William H. Stratiton,
commander-in-chief of British
forces in Hone Kong, took over
nersnnal pnmmanrf of nnera-
tions from Kowloon police sta
TTnrnneans attacker! hv the
mobs were Given refuse in the
police staltion. They were still
there under guard tonight while
British troops patrolled the area
with orders to shoot if necessa necessary.
ry. necessary. Tanks euarded important in
No Incidents were reported
between the troops and the
Chinese who fought each oth other,
er, other, burned and looted shops
and factories, stoned police
and dragged Europeans from
cars and beat them.
But trucks hearintr Phinese
Nationalist flags still toured the
streets of Kowloon carrying
Rocket Reaches 6864 mph
200 Miles Above Atlantic
crowds of demonstrators as dusk
Seriiritv fnree. fired hlanba t.n
disperse a crowd gathered out outside
side outside securlty headquarters.
Later the situation was re reported
ported reported calm.
Enters Low Bid
For PC Paint Job
Low bids totaling $36,990 were
entered by Servicio Brouwer, of
Panama City, on nine of the 12
Krhfrillle included In t.hn Panama
Canal CorriDanv maintenance naint
work, for the second quarter of
this fiscal year. Bids for this work
were nnneneri this mnrains in tho
numimsirauon Building at Balboa
Of the seven naint contra etnra
makine offers nn the work three
others made low hide Thv
Anthony Leggiere with a bid of -7,-
4nn O I m ...
ow on acneauie b; ,w. t. Coffey,
with a hid nf tl 07a ni,,i,,i u.
1 V. T H BVIICUUIC 11,
and Guardia and Cor.panv. with a
bid of $4,799.50 on Sdhedule I.
LANGLEY FIELD, Va.. Oct. 11
(UP) The government announced
yesterday that it has launched the
speediest rocket in history. It
reached 6.864 miles an hour
more than 10 times the speed of
. With this scientific break breakthrough,
through, breakthrough, it said, the United States
ran nlan rnnstrurtion of inter
continental ballistic missiles with
a sneed nf 13.200 miles an hour
and "soace craft" that will
achieve speeds of more than
20.000 miles an hour.
The fantastic speeds were dis
cbsed by the National Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics, the
government's top aviation re research
search research agency, during a semi semi-public
public semi-public inspection of its $100 million
laboratories. Government and in-
ritntrv nffirinlc were nrnspnt
The record speed of 6,864 miles
an nour was reacnea by a tour tour-stage
stage tour-stage rocket in a soaring flight
over the Atlantic Ocean. Officials
said several of the 35-foot, 8-inch
rockets went as high as 200 miles,
within 50 miles of the altitude
record for rockets.
NACA officials indicated that
some rockets may have gone even
faster than the publicly-disclosed
record. They said the immediate
goal ol tne research is to develop
"airplanes s p e e d V enough to
shrink the globe until any two
points will be within a comfort comfortable
able comfortable day's journey."
The research apparently is con connected
nected connected with the planned X-15 rock rock-t
t rock-t plane .which will be capable of
flying at speeds of more than
4,000 miles an hour and at alti altitudes
tudes altitudes of more than 38 miles. It
may be ready to fly in about two
NACA officials did not mention
the X-15. But they said manned
aircraft able to fly faster than
3,300 miles an hour or more than
five times the speed of sound
"appear within the realm of rela relatively
tively relatively early attainment."
The ethtr immediate goal is the
development of a ballistic missile
that couls span oceans in a matter
of minutes without being de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by heat generated by 'ric 'ric-tion.
tion. 'ric-tion. Surface heat on such missiles
would rise to 20,000 degrees, far
hotter than the sun's surface tem
Officials said the Sent. 27 crash
01 me -i rocket n ane in ( ah
forma "inevitably will slow that
rate of full-scale flight research
needed for development of t h e
X-15. Before the crash, the X-2
reached record soeeds and heisht'i
ot i.mw) miles an hour and 126
With the Dower generated h v
rockets, the NACA said, the na
tion now can Dlan for the 13 2A0.
mile an hour IBM, 18,000 mile an
hour eartn satellites of "tomor
row.' and 20.000 mile an hour
"space craft that will come soon
The low offer mad
wer Company inrlud
nor painting of 68 h
boar (he exterior n
nouses in Margarita
Gatun; and mainten
work on a number
nal nnhlie hnildinn
both sides of the lath
by the Brou-
nh Mr. Cof-
Girls 13, Boys 11
Thirteen girls and 11 boys
were bora at Gorgas Hospital
during the period ending at
midnight Monday, according to
the regular hospital report, Dur During
ing During the samp nprinri 9(1(1 nntiPnts
were admitted and 222 were dis
The names and addresses of
the Barents of the srirl babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ken Ken-nprlv
nprlv Ken-nprlv of Summit. Radio Matttmt'
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Armistead of
Ancon; Mr. and Mrs. R W. At At-wood
wood At-wood of Curundu; Mr. and Mrs.
rt Francis nf Panama Pltv Mr.
and Mrs. j. Gonzalez of paraiso;
Q. w. o. and Mrs. R. R. crusn,
Jr. nf Port, Amador- R-Sp1; and
Mrs. M. J, LaMaestra of Locona:
sp-2 and Mrs. J. c. Hathway, of
Panama fMtv Lt. and Mrs. w
P. Radtke of Fort Kobbe; Mr.
and Mrs. V. A. Lewis of Panama
C.itv. Mr. and Mrs. S R Sen.
mans of Panama city; Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Beckles of-Panama Ci
ty; and Lt and Mrs. J. F. Ha-
gan, of Fort Kobbe.
NEW ORT FANS fV.t 11 itux
segregation leaders accused the
U.S. Naval Academy today of
"slapping us in the face" hv mII.
mg tickets for the Tulanp" -Navv
football game here Saturday with without
out without regard to race. But they said
there would be
eSit Sug,r Bowr Stadium
The game will be played two
days before a new Louisiana law
prohibiting miaed seating at ath athletic
letic athletic events takes effect. The law
also bans Negroes from playine
against whites. 8
A Navy spokesman at Annapo Annapolis
lis Annapolis said he "understood" anti-
jniegration demonstrators would
be stationed at the utx ..
n .vj ui un
huge Sugar Bowl, which seats
80,000, to picket the game.
But in Baton Roue J n v..
eriy, head of the militant segre
gation group, we Jsoutnern Gentle Gentlemen,
men, Gentlemen, said there would ho nn ",.
eanized resistance" to intj.).j
seating for Saturday's game as
iar as ne Knew.
There is auite i hit nf GDnh.
ment about the thine h. ..
. t o, o a 1 u
but there is nothing we can do
Read story on page 9
Us In Face
"ft seems tn mo hm,.., .. u .:i
said "that" y insS'fromh the .SitU0n'': he
another section of the country New Orleans council L. vy J nght in it" and
should have the eortev ieA.s cunc": w" added that he didn't see how nf.
serve our customs. Our new state RobuTs 'vie chairman of the own? Univerty' whieh
law will take care of any future group, said he had not heard it f1-,1' couM "V-
occurrences of this kind inv nti. j H thmg bout ll-
, He said he did not know if the were S deraonstrt i ,. New Orleans police said they
local iew urieans citizens' coun "The Naw i ji...:-:.... w no punned demon
. uuumnunc sirauons, our
Top-Ranking Washington Officials
Send Kids To Integrated Schools
- 7 -r-..v....Bll dlU
.we always nave enough officers
at all football games to take car
of any situation."
Tulane officials had no comment
to make. Tulane, although a priv private
ate private institution, sells its tickets on
a segregated basis.
Ike Makes Vets'
WASHINfJTfW rw.t 11 nn j ..
breal down demanded by cong'r Kuchel (R cfuf ) !n6PT V n i
rtal87STf Jfatl'&ln Rural Areas
government officials attended nil Jn tCSJ""!!? .
tegrated public schools here MM i DTVd-tTx) d
tThe daU was furnished by Ho-! nUniieinnner J.r" 2 of the Re"
h.nf u n ; ... "y ""publican senator f-nm inrii.n.
about it. The ronof in;,T.. i V'u 1' !u.rln enaf.m M attended Alice De. A lnu X
activefy fighting integration be-! subcommittee investigatine thV e fiVe Neroes we enrolled
ueve wavv-and that's the Fede-sl fects of the Supreme Court's de- TSJ T"r
eovernment i. s anr. no in n, t. amilv ;
- HAHI I I r it 1111 '1 1 hlln . ..v.
Easterly said Navy', method of CMan J. C. Davis A S M S
Ga) and Rep. John BeU WUIiams wu Xi? .t m k ."" through normal bank-
(D-Miss), a ranking subcommittee where four Jear Mwch sc,ho01 in8 channels ana guaranteed by
member. sDeeiMiiv ren.,. w"ere f0"r Negroes were enroUed. tii. va 8
PARIS. Oct. 11 (UP-The Bos Boston
ton Boston Brink's holdup still holds the
record as the world's biggest
theft, but Paris claimed credit to
day for the heaviest. A 30-ton
trailer truck, carrying a 13 ton
steam shovel, was alolen here
Schedule B. on
was low bidder
rior Daintine ol
raisn Srherinlo H
offer was received fro
fev. includes the int
of 42 quarters in Rainbow c.tv
and three Quarters at Cam Rirt-H
The Guardia Compaiw iow
on Schedule f urhirh :- 1 :i
rior painting of St hoists Raui-
The pontmctne ntin ml nl
four months to complete wk in included
cluded included in seven of the acfcetliiles
and three month Ur mmUnnn
of the remainder.
Bovs were born to the follow
ing: Sfc. and Mrs. H. R. Galli-
peau, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Lascano of Panama
Cltv Mr. and Mrs H. Dla7-f?ra-
nados of Curundu; T-Sgt. and
Mrs. J. A. Crofts, Sr., of Rous Rousseau;
seau; Rousseau; Lt. and Mrs. J. H. Stafford
of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
St. John of For. Davis; cpl. and
Mrs R n Dahle nf Panama pi
ty; Lt. and Mrs. J. B. Gillis of
Fort Kobbe; Sfc and Mrs. W. R.
Sawyer of Fort Clayton; T-Sgt.
and Mrs. M. O Meek, Jr. of Lo
cona : and M-Set tod Mrs. fi A.
Lopez of Albrook.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UP) -President
announced three actions to make
loans available in rural areas and
The White House said thf tK.
oHAi. fanl, F tU- C ,. JCI1. ,nv vv.
fOTernment-l. .lanij-. i-k. I ..JLu TXrraZ V?un s Emily and Sheil. r.kk a... l?ew ."cll"s affect areas eligible
face." Yt L'urva P"c ters of Maxwell M. Rabh wEC ?r 9"
selling tickets was done "with ma
IICIOIIS intent Rut nnmn Ant it
sum dcis. ,c f -n ui: i.i J nceu, QOUemer nf Allen
W M. Rainach, an whose parents are Supreme Cosrt w d',W1itf House legisfatiwe ana-l The actions will be carried out
!Citizens' Councils justices, cabinet officers, conn-ess- iy.T o1 to Cool?.dge High which by the Veterans Administration.
pus. the president announced these
daughter of Sen. actions:
1. Certain areas formerly elig eligible
ible eligible for -direct loans will be "re "reopened."
opened." "reopened." These areas were made,
ineligible previously for direct
loans when private capital was
generally available. The area3 to,
be reopened will be announced af
ter Oct. 15.
2. Direct loans will he anfhn-.
ized in eligible areas when guar-
nmriai nf the nitin' : ... r
Assn., and 5T3 Ita reTTl
cils planned no official rfffl'SM; cen- High where" the
Negroes sit with whites. su, is not taken util later in W 77 eg.ro students. Carl Cur-
AND SO TO SCHOOL
OLD LYME. Conn. (UP)
First Selectman Paul W. Hains
warned that the schoolhouse was
turning into a doghouse. Each
year, said Hams, eight to 10 dogs
follow the little masters and mis
tresses into the classrooms. He
asked parents to keep the dogs
mm W MB
Stir r2i-t n VV: tST w Clemenu wean formal 4
attire to pomt out the no muss-no fuss advantages boasted of 1
a new do-it-yourself auto pauit. Its said to dry so auicklHl
that a second coat can be applied as aoon as the Ant coat has!
Secret Of Brink's
Millions Locked Up
With 8 Jailed Men
BOSTON Oct 11 ftTPiPioht
life sentences today and locked
up with them was the secret of
What Hanoened tn mnra than
The life fprms r lmtM.j
Tuesday by Superior Judge Felix
Forte after the state rennm mann
ed the maximum nenaltv far rk.
Sl.21R.21l rnhheru Drink. 1
. -, j iuu a
ou Jan. li, jMao.
The (tiff Senteneei anilaj T
. vuuvu n njuk
chapter in crime for the Halloween-masked
pane pnnvietnd orl
Saturday by a Suffolk C 0 u n t ry
Sentenced were. .Thsenh P t
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Gmnis, 53, gang mastermind:
Adolph (Jazz) Maffie, 45; An
thonv Pino. 49: Vineent'J Pn.t.
42; Michael V. Geagan, 48; Henry
Baker, 50; Thomas F. Richardson
4s; ana James I Faherty, 45; all
of greater Boston.
The men were immediately sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by state police troopers
armed with shoteuns and removed
bv snecial van tn the ta million
maximum security prison at Wal-DOle.
Only $68.0000 has been recovered
by investigators. The FBI found
the money rotting in a beer cooler!
during a surprise raid last June
on a Boston contracting office.
For one man not present, the
sentences came as a flnar stroke
of vengeance. Joseph (Specs)
O'Keefe, confesed bandit whose
' I was there story sent his one onetime
time onetime pals to prison, gave a grim
satisferi nod when told of the nun.
O'Keefe who fares sentenninp'
later, testified he was "robbed" of
his share of the Brink's loot.
It showed that Vice
Richard M. Nixon's turn Hinah
ters, June and Patricia, attended
Horace Mann school which had
one Negro child last year.
The children or two rahinet nf.
ficers Secretary of Agriculture
Ezra T. Benson aM Interior Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Fred A. Seaton also were
Rmicnn'c H a it nVirot- Dnnnla it
tended Rooseelt High School
which had 518 Neirrn and RM
White children last year. His
daughter, Flora, went to Powell
Junior High which bad 214 Negro
ana 13 wnite students.
Seaton's son, Fred, was a stu student
dent student at Horace Mnn.
Other Horace Mann students last
year included Gail, Diane and Da David
vid David Kefauver, children of Sen. Es Es-tes
tes Es-tes Kefauver (D-Tenn). Their old older
er older sister. Linda, attended Cordon
Junior High where there were 22
Also at Mann were Karen Ku
nuuam It. Uurd fD-W.Val at.
1,1 tie IAH of t U n a-la
, w. mic nepuoucan senator
President' Iram J"", studied at Wood-
.. movii iiigu which nan no
Clifford Case, son of the Repub-
"vu ncndiur irom New jersey, at attended
tended attended Jackson Sehnnl on
iNegroes were on the rtlls.
vb'v"' WCIC UN llie rVllg. U CiiftlUlC ilGUa WlltMl gUdl
No children of Supreme Court 'oans are vailaole only on
ictfpac meva 1;4-I m.1 i rct rintum Tori it tarmc
jusuces were nsuvi inrA nnm
have chinlren of public school aire
now. The subcommittee had
" wa nioi)
asuea ior grandchildren in this ca category,
tegory, category, but Corning said the
School svstem here dnea nnt
. if wwo iiv, c-
quire the names of grandparents
She'll 'Punch Nose
Father Of Her Child
SOMERVILLE. N.J. Oct. 11 -(UP)
Police here were amazed
at the deftness Dr. Georee Karhpi
showed in stopping a rimmry
bulldozer Monday. When they ask asked
ed asked the physician how he knew the
way to stop the driverless vechi-
cle. Barber renlied' "I didn't- 1
just pulled the first lever I saw."
SHOOTS FOR ttCORD-At
first (lance, British WRAF
Corp. Jennifer Devies is man manning
ning manning a new-fangled anti-air-I
craft cannon. But it's really a
camera and mount for tracking
nd photographing guided mis-'mIi-s.
Known as the Vinten
U S 300. it was duplayed at the'
third international congress on
high s-t-d photography m4
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m bmj iuuk mi mmor, tn m iu
Crazed Brothers Hold 100 Schoolkids Hostage,
Demand $32,000, In Wild 6-Hour Shooting Spree
TERRAZZANO, Ilaly. Oct. 11
(UP) Massed riot police yester yesterday
day yesterday stormed a village school school-house
house school-house and save 100 children from
two insane brothers who threat
ened to kill them all if not paid
The brothers, shooting from the
school, killed a local builder who
led the oolice charge.
The Santato brothers, Arthuro.
Z7, ana usvaiao, zz, barr'caded
themselves in the school early this
morning and held the terrified
children and three women teach
ers hoslag for more than si
Both brothers were wounded in
the final assault. Police said one
recently was released from an in insane
sane insane asylum.
An enraged crowd tried to grab!
one of the men and lynch him as!
police carried him wounded from
The brothers rode to the Terrar-
zano school 10 miles northwest of
a motorscooter io the!
morning. Thfcr entered at gun gunpoint,
point, gunpoint, him leaded the doors and
scattered leaflets from a third i
floor window. The leaflets said:
"Give us ''110 million lire (annul
$320,000) or we shall show no mer
cy to the children.
farents gathered outside the
school. Several hundred police
raced in from Milan, but they,
were afraid tn attack because nf
Milan Police Chief Vittorio
Emanuele Modica finaDy ordered
the assault on the advice of two
psychiatrists. Same Zcnnaro, 23,
led the assault. He was killed as
he entered the third-story school schoolroom
room schoolroom where the brothers were
Zennaro Was chosen because he
had helped build the school and
knew the layout. Police followed
him up the steps and quickly sub subdued
dued subdued the erased brothers. i
la the long afternoon siege po police
lice police hnmnrnil thn Krnthnrc hv'
sending in bead and water audi
a television set which they de- enter the school hv the hni, Jhw.
mAnded11. He was driven off by haFoS
A parish priest. Don Eueenio'sbots.
homaschini, pleaded in vain fori A psychiatrist, Prof. Boni of
the men to ive un. r.u V w-n. us.rY . 1
"W h... u:;i .. aauniuciiu rsycmainc nOS-
am- TNT If ''A"'4 "d ,dV'8ed P0" t
; .v"...me siep,me ewer santato probaby was
.fSrth.?5d Py t the
I f x V 'unn ma uwni nOSllal.
sister fu via as he tnnd in i,..ft
of the school pleading with the Artnm r.ntw ... u..i
brothers The pistol jammed. (from a hospital for the criminally
hi.nk '. 1 " insane at nversa, near Nap cs.
black muiins eunonwder in .hnm h.! 'j.-" rr.
, - -" i uure mri muuica oraereo dv-
ne ,, SSXL e.t slander, to clear .the small pi.y.
Arthur, rfeld nt'inL ;J'n 'r ?.!". "P?..0
fi.nninj jnj j K, uicuargeo irom au angles, wailing
.WL tA ,Dd rried., "ivelmothers beard a burst of gunfire
it? miU,0B We W,U mtn Inside. Then the f Atoned
a mmw v.. t. t .f fhildrea dashed out into the arms
A mother, Mrs. Irene Lingeri' of their parents.
Ik fw Wj8 wouned Jn Jf le Art" Snt-n e-rried from
tr .rt tn ... .w u ,flners tne building m serious condition
i!nL. 'f.mt0 lhe SCDOoJ andtwith two bullet wounds in his head
a mHp! HL men 'nd vdo was only slight-
A police commissioner tried to ly wounded.
DETROIT, Oct. 11 (UP)-An an angry
gry angry mother has promised to
punch the nose off' the man tak taking
ing taking their daughter to Russia if she
ever sees him again.
It is unlikely, however, that
Mrs. Helena Dieczok, 24, ever will
get a chance to keen her nromne
since turnabout refugee Alexei
Chwastov 58. and MA ... Jj
Tanya are expected to leave Lon-
uun ior Kilssia Frirl.v rtffi.i.i.
are not exneeted tn m.irn ....
forts to stop them.
"I wish I was there (London)
so I could punch bis nose off"
Mrs Dicezok said. "He has no
right to take Tanya. She is mine
Tanya was born while Mrs.
Dieczok and Chwastov, both refu-
CeSS. were livinn Iniutk.. bl:i
adelphia. The woman later mar-
ried George Dieczok and the
COUPle now lives in Deirnit T.n...
remained with Chwastov who left
inis country with her aboard the
Queen Mary last week.
Mrs. Dlprznk ..id ri,u,..i. i.
the father of the child but claim claimed
ed claimed Tanya was bora in a Philadel-
pnisnospitai under the mother's
maiden name of Romonoff.
bhe said she tried to get the
gn dick rrom uiwastov after she
married Dieczok but was unable
to do so.
Mrs. Dieczok said all her at at-temts
temts at-temts to get the government to do
something apparently have failed.
restrictive credit terms
3. The VA will undertake direct
loan processing in eligible areas
if the veteran proposes to pur purchase
chase purchase a home located on' a farm.
This will facilitate the loans.
Veteran Navy Ship
On Safe As Scrap
WASHINGTON, Oct 11 HIP)
The famed old aircraft carrier En En-ternrise.
ternrise. En-ternrise. veteran nf 20 World War
II battles in the Pacific, was put
up for sale as scrap by the Navy
The Navy decided that the 20-
year old ship, now mothballed
near Bayonne, N.J., is not worth
repairing or modernizing to handl
present aircraft and guns.
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