The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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T0UHI37 FLITES
HOMEWARD and
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AN INDEPENDENT rl trip "A,u "V'r." u 1 : VI 1.
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CANADIAN
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Abraham Lincoln!,
'Iei ti people fcncn u$ truth and the country is safe,, :
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nn

TomorJoVifternoon; or .krly Saturday, thi 20Q,OOOth
0 oc.an.gohg cpmmorclal .hip to .e.lc patsage from ocean
, to Venn will p. tock;d though th. Panama Canal.

the vessel enters Miratiores -lock.

ill go aboard to present wmi-

and to her master. The iuckj

nal.

J-,' , When- the vessel enter
v p rnoe HughfM. Arnold w
f, 1 ficate. to'.theiship itself

.mil rnH Kev to the Canal.

?, 1 captain-vni, wotih.i .ftm.i.
Th.i'aptoof;the,200,00qthbluewater customer
JSWr the transit of the 1 50,000th com-

Y CommerciaUnsitav mfre
; VpasVdeMd.VJt; took-; the waterway
; 'SroJrfWflrrf 10000; then another 1

. : LU::.- murk on its

' 'm
iv

a-half Jfears

to 'hit "the" 200,000 ark.'

more than doubled during

25 years to put
2 years to reach

econd: but' only six-ana-

4"'

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1

W riNANCE MINISTEII

r,,ras ppInts;sta: 1
: X Finance, by ft""
Guardia t teplart Ruben D.

, terday alter r"? I

poiiAiii. i ,." Vu

months.

.1 )mt 1TnH

IV: try's report" to 4b N011

? immeaiaieiy numcu v. -r-T-t
V ; 'tp the posty t
- VUS AuliioVQalliers
kl'-hrial For Book;

" Frcsi Canal Files1-

- -. fcnok soon to

pub about- the early
V construction davs tbe Canw
I is now on the latBtaw gathjN
l'..toK an Jther materia or

r m t Af Middle

vt.'ho said today that

t Wa! It has

, ,.mMi U Vt. DUX

. ".riod In Canal

" building; Iroral904 to 191.

Lee 1s now Pouting over
thousands of njwgvgjg
F .P.nh tftkMi hall a -century

aio"Ha hopes to choose s enouan
for 32 pages of pictures .to be

MOSt ;

- VI. reftrCh. .a the

Ul
. . v. train

today was done vt,pY at
.11.. f rTifnrnia library

BirW 'whirH ha a remark-

- able record of Qarial history.

c 1 m ha t another book

'.vi. rW. vankeei f Con

I ecticut which, traces the his-

W tory of that state was just puo
Monday;; : jj z -J?-. J 4.;

: His Canal volume, he expects,
will run over 300 page., Lee Is
- hers with his wife and expects
- to remain several more days.-

today
until

1.

1

Cold Laden Plane
Falls AVithlg;
in Mediterranean
tstttottt' Th.non. Oct. S (TJP)

A cnld-laden Lebanese airliner

burst into flames shortly after
takeoff from Beirut today and:

fell into the Mediterranean, juu-

ing the 28 person aDoara. v

The plane, a twin-engine C-W,
Was en route to the State of Ku-
ait on the Persian Gulf. Four:
f -Hons were reported among the

. euros. ?. '
rnofHclal resorts ssld the air

liner was carryir 15 boxes of

old lrcoU to the British protec

tors ie. Authorities rfu.ed to es-

ti-r:te me value cf the ship

Canal 'officials said

11 tiii .. wnr. ne amc

transit schedules are made up
Somorfow morning whether th

200,000th snip wiu

afternoon, or xne

Tomorrow-i awenmuu
the most probable time ana

bv tomorrow t morumi
number of ships In the tun tun-nfnr
nfnr tun-nfnr for tha honor will be
nariowed down to two ir
ManV things,' it was pointed

out today, affect xne mw.-

the transit scneumc v

passenger snips, ior "-"r.,.'
have certain transit priorities
and the number of -clear-Cut
ships presenting themselves af affects
fects affects the order of transit.
The present one-way traffic
through Gatun Locks is also a

factor.

, '-No banfls are expweu w
nlav -and there will be no
reat crowd at Mlraflores to
cheer the 00,000th vessel on
her wayTh ptsftaUo e.
remony w4H be informal.
rn.. -o.iin'. Director.v Capt,

Warner1 -S. kRodlmorf, will board

the milestone snip witn
Acting Governor.

Jsesldes the formal certificate

for the vessel; her, master ww
get a smaller one setting forth
that, v is a member of the

''Order Of Bearers of the Master

Key to the Panama canai. e

will receive tnis oraer m ui
grade of "Honorary Aide to the

Governor;,"

Aa.MMiie. he will be given

the' solid -cold key of a size he

can wea? on a lapel or tie-pin.

t nthpf milestone snips were

the steel Exporter of the Isth

mian steamship Line which was

clocked' through at tne iuu.uuu iuu.uuu-mark
mark iuu.uuu-mark in: October 1938, and the
Nevadahfof the American Ha

waiian CLine. which made xne
total rise; to 150,000 on April ,26,

1951.: "-
,,; 1 .'1 1 1 '
Fire Prevention

Program IncHides
jiewspaper Quiz
The :" English language newspa

pers of Panama are cooperating
in a plan to get the fullest pos

sible participation py.uanai one
rilMtj( in nbservance of Fire

Prevention Week which Jttegins

Sunday.

Th Panama American Will

nnhiish this weekend a Question

naire form on fixe hazards in
the home. The auestionnaire is
to be clipped and filled put by
11 Canal Zone student from

r.ntiM 1 to fl. inclusive.- as

part of their normal classroom

assignments. ;

' The Fire Prevention Week

Committee, .which has '-been

planning the observance for sv
pk. has asked that pa

rents help the children in filling
out these forms, which are sim sim-nia
nia sim-nia to answec A check mark on

the Yes or No columns will suH

flee to answer questions aooui
the fire hazards that areoften
encountered in homes..-,
. Th ranal Zone schools are eo-

nmtinff in this endeavor to

make both ; tne young stuaenus

ana ineir parents more
scious of the importance of fire

prevehtion.:' t.

THE PULSE 1
OF PANAMA

APPARENTLY PEEVED be be-dause
dause be-dause VwTchecks. which clients
had given him In payment ior
his prof esslonal services jounc jounced"
ed" jounced" when thev were Presented at
the bank. Asf mblyman-attorney
Alfredo Ramirez yesterday In tro tro-Ced
Ced tro-Ced a bill which would; make
the passing of bad checks pun punishable
ishable punishable by law.?''
The bill provides for .fines 01
from $50 to $100 for the issu ng
! r"t?rt without having suffl-

it nnii. in the bank, for ma-

violin a i jl
liclouslv stopping payment ona
check or for the withdrawal of
funds necessary to cover a check

within 30 flays alter iv f00"1-.

AUlrr4 acca.tlV RubCH O. Ml

ro has appealed the luclal or-

a am o 1 11 n r. him rn Li uti ww.

15 on a charge or a"uc""
President Ernesto de la Guardia

tt nftlriftllv notified

nt th hrder vesterday. Miro fil

ed his appeal, wmcnrousK w

be ruled upon oy tne ocewt

perior Triounai. 1

TKi' aiTi0. tribunal ruled yes

fowl that-, it, ha found no Jus

tifiable reason to bar Magistrate

Vitelio ae Gracia irom picsiu.u
over the trial of Mlro and the

other defendants charged witn
the assassination of -President

Remon in 1955.-, ,,V

De Gracia had signinea nu in intention
tention intention JO be excused from pre presiding
siding presiding over the rialr -scheduled

for Oct. Jl, -Because 01
uttemnts bv the defense to nate

him Usdualified.

Another bill introduced in 'the

National Assembly yesteraay
aimed at setting tho minimum
wage of government employes at

$50 a montn or so cenis bji huu.
Th same -1 bill would fix the

minimum Wage for domestic em employes
ployes employes in the cities of Panama

and colon at 3U a moawi.

62.

',:

At Minimum W

itinch TTMF1 IN CENTRAL HIGH -1' Negro and white students lunch' together 1
tMtSMtalim Rock, Ark., integrated education goes Into its sec sec-ond
ond sec-ond week at the school. t

Paratroopers Back On Job Of Escorting
Negro Student'. to Littifi Rock School
IhWrOCK Ark Oct. 8 (UP) The Army escorted nine Negro children Into Central
High ilJSfShM armed guardsed since the first day of tategrat on.
Toilgn paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division were back on the Job, reinforcing
member, of th. federalized Arkansas National Guard. ichot 'refiected the concern of

sharp step-up m -s. y '.eiutor to stir violence against the

1 h

Trial Of Alleged

Russia Spy Begins

In Brooklyn Court

NEW YORK, Oct. S (UP) The

trial of Col. Rudolf, ivanoyitcn
Abel, charged with supplying
Russia with vital American de defense
fense defense secrets, started today in

TPiri fiourt in erooKiy".

Selection of the Jury Degau

after a 20-minute consultation
bv -Judge Mortimer W. Byers
with prosecution and defense at attorneys.
torneys. attorneys. Abel, a 55-year-old Rus

sian citizen wno emerea iney iney-r,u.H
r,u.H iney-r,u.H stotP illeeallv in 1948,

watched the proceedings with
lrr Interest., 1

Abel appearea paie ana gaunu,
although he seemed animated as
he went over defense briefs with
a freshlv sharpened pencil. He
wn nentlv dressed In a grey

business suit with a white shirt
and dark-striped tie. His shoes
were freshly polished, and he

had the general appearance 01
prosperous professional man.
If convicted of peacetime es es-.in.
.in. es-.in. har?ea. .Abel faces a

possible death sentence. It would
be the third such sentence in
this country for espionage on be-
half of the Soviet Union. Julius
and Ethel Rosenberg were exe executed
cuted executed in 1953 for spying for the
Russians. 4 i
Lord Allrincham
Hurls llev Blast:

This Time At lords

Th

n,mtrT rnmmanders over efforts

Negro studenta Inside ihe school.

.ul..i en 7hH xtudents walk-

ef .9 m.'J f ohnnt 100 students,

who old not go to chooi today M

tood on-tne aewi

- i u.iiim -w.t rrtiiTi

from the scnooi yis -onout,
chickens.?- 1
Several students came to -the
itSs7,healtated, and .returned
Me boy walked oat and wal
promptly grabbed
woman, apparently his
r who marched him back In Into'
to' Into' the building. K,,,'at
: nn,it. atnrients participat

ing in the demonstration strung
in from a tree-in front of the
school a dummy figure of a Ne-

Wit h ciearet ngnicr iuiva
44- a fir '..

Troops with rifles at port arms
moved down the street dispers dispersing
ing dispersing the crowd of students,- plus a
w white adults who watched

the hanging in effigy. L
At 7:45 am, an hour before
school began, a detafi I of J29
parmtrooners marched up to tne
brk building. m
It was the first time para paratrooper.,
trooper., paratrooper., had been on de jTtime

sentry nuty. a : --v

Guardsmen wok ovei -.-

The paratroopers wore suntan
uniforms instead of combat fa-

tlgv ana nc.
S'xt of them, armed only
with Mil clubs, took uo sta2
. Hons inside the schoI, where a
force of eight N'0"
. Guardsmen yesterday was un un-ablo
ablo un-ablo to prevent several minor
racial Incidents. The other 60
psratrooners, armed with car carbines
bines carbines without bayonets, stwod

at entrances w 1

f.- : c x: '( -lf
I IV

I ra

1

On Upcoming W)
'J' Labor men today were elated by' and contractors
both in Panama and the Canal Zone didn't seem to mind,
tod much a Panama Canal announcement that con,;
tractors for two new bids involving lighting and widen,
ing Gaillard Cut, will be required to pay their workers ,r
an nour. ' ''t
, Although some contractors p ret e red, to, make no :

comment, generally they reir rnar rne new i...n....-.
would not affect them too much since they, are ot the

opinion that the US government win oe ine one .u
the long run. ' .-'V;

Labor spokesmen ror ooin .. ,--
ployes hailed the announcement as be,ng Lnw Jn J, J

their long-time tight tor tne appntauu.. v. -7;-

. 1 .....l u naUi wnnpt will cost them on tne two

as to now muni i t

contractors.

rJ?v,r :..f-,.,l V rn sav what oercentogt o

their contract, f informotion$tated vr

representative. -J ; V

rtoaij.

Uany representative.

TS? S the installation of

fn v-. ---- ,., nirve J

S? SS-V h been" m de
L .. types of eontracts.

These are the first two con-

wage is

Zon.

LONDON Oct. S (UP) Lord

Aitrincham lowered

from the Queen today an

The questionnaire forms are to
be printed in both Saturday and
Sunday editions of the two dally
English language newspapers
which circulate In the Canal
Zone. j .,: j "v-''..v;'i?.:.r; j
:' A k-lona program has been

Planned bv the committee : to

to Hi residents the

importance of fire prevenUon.
The program includes a parade,
demonstrations in the schools
and industrial areas, radio and

TV programs, newspaper pubii

goard

school. j,
A full platoon of guardsmen
lined uo in two rows along the
walkway from the sidewalk -Jn

front of the school to we ih

enMa8J8 am. the Negro iju-j-f.
.rrivi in their usual con

voyriding in an Army station

wagon wun iccd iiwm ..-t-
before and behind.

IN LITTLE ROCK Policewoman Mrs. Gene Clark is now
iith 9? raliber revolver as a precaution because of of-At?
At? of-At? ortffcitT ShVs shown with Nancy Diane
Morrow, one. f
Ike Insists Federal Law Be Upheld;
Faubus fSays He'll Talk Some More

fired

a barrage 01 cnuciam
House of Lords. He said many of
tta members were Incompetent.

The 31-year-old Aitrincham,

who marked a national contro

versy when he criticized Queen
Elizabeth for making clorless
speechea. wrote hU tatest criique
in the first. edition of the new
political quarterly. Crossbow.
Members of the House of Lords
Inherit their teats. Aitrincham
said this has resulted in Its hav having
ing having many members unfit to legis-
lata nn A ni tlnnal leveL'

He said one solution would be

to have the prime minister aa-

-They t out and walked to
the bulldln- through the houl-der-to-shoulder
c o r r Idor of
trThe'steps of the school, which
ooen out to a wide porch lut st
k antranr were tilled witn

White students watching the ar

rival 1 ,
There was a lot of scream mg
. thla -crowd. Reprs

,.ir1 anm hoots and Wrs. 1

. They also heard other White,

student clapping an cnr cnr-ing
ing cnr-ing lustily for tho arrivln,- he-

frees. '- v ' .
.-n7hn th Kefroes arnvea

h. rnot nt the hleh ston steps

tn th main entrance,

seven paratroopers moved smart-t

ly forwara to escor
thmugh the crowd. ;
Three paratroopers with .NUy
clubs walked before them, our
KViln4

attemptea w oiuta.

the mesase 01 lire pxevenuoa w m r

", WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)
President Eisenhower said today
that Federal troops will have to
remain In Little Rpck unless Gov.
Orval E. Faubus changes h-s
stand on school integration and
gives satisfactory and unequivo unequivocal
cal unequivocal assurance, that law and or order
der order will be maintained.
There also must be assur assurance,
ance, assurance, the President said, that
Federal court orders on integra integration
tion integration are not obstructed.
Meanwhile In Little Rock, to today
day today Faubus ssld be is wllling.to
negotiate further with Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower on. the school integra

tion crisis hut ne wui nt -grt
e to a "tomplete and an an-HitionaJ
HitionaJ an-HitionaJ surrender.

faubus told a ntws conference,

I that he would he giaa vo iitc

at farther t alks with Eisennuwcr
i i- ,.ti trust and

self respect' ; -.- -'-.-

ed than Little Rock and the
powers of a Chief Executive. It
affects every state in the un union,"
ion," union," Faubus said.
The president told his news
conference that for the time be being
ing being he sees no -possibility of as assuring
suring assuring continued attendance of
Negro students at Little Rock's
Central High school without
kepelng Federal trooos there.
He said he thought Faubus was
mistaken in what he was doing.

He said Faubus was commn-

mum
n i

y r. it Sinclair, inter

national representative for
the American Fdertl01n.Iia;
State, County and Municipal
Employes, AFL-CIO, feels
that the protest raised by
.'. .:, ta.f March aealnst

the firm of John V. Carter
and Son was 'n.ite,y
strumental" In getting Con Congress
gress Congress to make their decision
He labeled it a "step nearer
to ful application of the provi provisions
sions provisions of the Fair Ior SUnd SUnd-arfds
arfds SUnd-arfds Act in the Canal Zone
Workers' Claims In the Carter
caS. which involved loading
scrap on a Jap ship at Balboa
fs still in the U.S. Department

"According to the Wetn-
ini? the Fair Labor Standards
Act provisions are generally ap applicable
plicable applicable to employes engaged in
interstate commerce ncludlng
the production of goods for sale
in Interstate commerce.
A ruling on these two new
contracts, and other individ individual
ual individual contracts which will be
advertised In the near future,
ttssi from the ue-

partment of labor by the
Panama Canal administra-
tion . ,iA
Some contractors had no
comment'' to make on the rul ruling
ing ruling while others I ke L. R R-Sommer,
Sommer, R-Sommer, shrugged it off as
something that the government

to pay iu'

have

as to

will

us."
i. ,nnrfrr however

how n might affect contractors

in Panama wno ne ou ,"

ting a disservice to the city ofjnave trouble with workers since

Little Rock and the state of Ar

kansas.
He denlored havine to send

Federal troons to Little Rock lni

! the first place.

He said the ase or sucn tac tactics
tics tactics was not good for the local locality,
ity, locality, not good, for the troops
and certainly not representa.
tive of America except In the
most extreme eases where

ac-

' A reporter asked him lf he felt! force was absolutely necessary
. A reporter nk.M th urdm of a court

lP?'-JZ?a-: "r""" MTo'nermit unchecked defiance

rnif rimp i i r

"V ;,,.irtfl. 'r donot.M !of. a court order. E sennower- ftf them Adolfo

"1?ZC v-,t m. t An said, would be to InV.xe cnaos ,-- Pnn9tr11rj0T,

would be recelV'

lng eonsiaeraDiy jesa kj

work In Panama man tj
bet getting for zone contract

work. .
"They're liable to have a riot
on their hands," be mused
To us however it doesn
make any. difference at all,
as long as we know In ad-ant-,
we can figure out M

cost of labor and oa n

cordlngly.

At least vwo r"""

con-

i-w. hm that Eisenhower! and anarchy. . iT-...i.n.n an 5rvteea Com-

i a.i ix 4Teaauw hi'b i ji.nua at v i rjiuiuurctie

h. amanded complete He counsciea i" mm.r,t

An

their" pth or to molest the Ne

gro cnnaren. i..irw--rfna.n. he said,

:. S lnif, i TAta noTTotaf to completely

SeT to thUrTorngVwaii- give up the wers of governor

but

they do not l?ec,V.letivS -higher
wages they will receive.
n the Zone. y

7 11 Tils! lfTVfSiaU.T tra F.

Lodge 14 ol t theMertcan, red

eratlon or uowunww i-v
es said today that hi, lodge
has held consistently to the po
sltlon that the minimum wag
provisions should apply to em
Jloyes of contractors an4 other

non-governmcui. "w'v"-
the lone engaged in. wwk
interstate commerce character
-We think the ruling of tna
Department Labor Is the W
one that could have been
made he th:
Lovelady also said that they ; ,;!
felt contractors' employes per performing
forming performing work ..in .connection
with widening the Canal
otherwise increasing the capa-
citv of the waterway w
properly subject to the, mini minimum
mum minimum wage provisions
Speaking for Local WTOt
which he is President, Jose
la Rosa Castillo expressed the.
elation of his union In the new f
rullntt. '.. : j

"We are pleased to say tna lfi
. nnrr nloraH an imDOrtan

part in convincing the Panama
government that they110?"
support as they did tna
application of the minimum
wage on the zone." .,-,. ......

He added: "ve are pri"
that thU thing has come ,ta.
a good end." .. '-, -1
Sinclair said both Locals 900
and 90T had long been inter interested
ested interested in the status of .the Fair
Labor Standards' Act in th v
Zone, and feels that their tak-
ing the fight to Congress help-
ed bring about these results. -i ,;
Following notification by th

Canal that the experlmenta
lighting work and the prolecl v

..u.nin, nauiard cut wouia

fall within the classification rs-.
quiring the $1 an hour wage t f
minimum, prospective bidders -nn
thse nroiects have been-

notified by special addenda r i
a Ul..ll.a 'tis.

the cnange ui Bpcwii .,,
Because of the change i ; :
ii.. .avlmental lirht llf

work, the opening of bids ea .-

the project were postNOBee x
from vesterday antil tomer.

. 4Vla r1r K chants

raw - m
has been made to the open
tag date of Oct 9 the bids
en the widening -of Parsisa
rr In Gaillard Cut '

The Department of Labor has

been furnished wun a u
the maior Canal nrojecta dur

ing tnis Iiscaj year wun
description of -each and has
been requested to designate
those requiring the appUcation -of
the minimum wage provj"
sions. ' r '
It-Is' expected that a reply t
this Inquiry will be received
shorUy, after which the spe specifications
cifications specifications for future projects
will include the specific provi

sion for the rr';:at;o:i of mln-

commented today tnat

h f the integration issue. "they Gian i

Andie HcaCasnell V'' r'3
rmmber America as weu as, ,c . ., tht .4

VtV. ru moti u tovolv toelr owa private prejudicaa. .. ;.bl. moid vneu- .- --

upper house.

everyone.



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TOT! FANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, OCTOBER S, 193T

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Kabor News

And

Comment

Welcome Relief for the Soviets

4f m canttibuta lattar don't fee Impitlol H doaia't appear tha

art day. Ltttart ara published in tha ardar racaivad.
Pleaia try to keap tha icttar limitad ta ana pafa lngti.
Identity or ratter writers it hald in itrletatt confidence
' This newspaper ninnn na retpentlbility for ttatamenri or opinions
expressed la -letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

RESIDENTS AND NON-RESIDENTS
sir:
"i have written a letter to Gov. William E Potter, of tha Ca Ca-nil
nil Ca-nil Zone, protesting the termination of Zone privileges for non-,
TJS clllsen employes living in Panama. In my letter I noted that
we ut nt longer equa4 to our fellow employes resident in the
Zone.'

' My letter to the governor went on to say:

.By VICTOR RlESEU ;
Government a pints, who hava

been moving unnoticed 'through
tha Teamster-throngedobbies of
Miami Baach't luxury hotels are
canvlntad that, pawirtul thraugh

Jim Helta it, ha in not his, awn
boa.-

They are convinced that some

combine or syndicate higher

calling the shots figuratively and
literally.- It is known that (or days

before the opening of the conven

tiou the Teamo's little rock shook

for the first time. He told inti

mates that he would Quit if he

could. The word went out that

"the boys wouldn't let mm step

out now.

The government agents '! figure
that no one man can run so rough rough-riding
riding rough-riding a terror machine at that

which appears to take order from

Hafts. It rom fl-om Miami to Ten

nessee. across to Kansas, once

reached into utan, oaer tnrouga

"Since our CZ privi'eges have been taken away from us Our j Milaukee, Detroit, Chicago, Clove-

I Oiirr.hnRlnir nnwer is ridicuiouslv lowered.

I "By virtue of their canal Zone residence, a privileged group
f : among locai-raters has been created. This is not in compliance
I v With the provisions of tne US-RP treaty.

Canal zone resiaems are jmmuiie irom uie uiu"u w
treaty In thai (i) In, most cuses they do not pay income tax to
Panama; (il- They buy duty-free merchanctse; (Ui) Tney can
atill buy lowcost CZ gasoline and license plates; (iv) They buy
In Cf nal Zone commissaries and clubhouses at prices 50 per cent
Jess than those we pay in Panama; (v) They enjoy low rentals
and utility charges, ana are therefore In a position to have teie-

t pnoncs, electric stoves, wasnmg m&cmnes ana so lurm v uuu uuu-'
' uuu-' Dal cost
! 'Tlie' families of CZ residents are properly fed. About 50
per enir of such residents own expensive automobiles. They
ihanage this because they buy the cars duty-free and mainten mainten-a""
a"" mainten-a"" '-ance on the Canal zone is inexpensive. i
,,..-.' I
i "Since the earnings of CZ residents are more or less the same
i v as those o' us who live In Panama their take home pay is 50
per cent more than ours. This is because our cost of living in I

, Panama is 60 per cent hlgner tnan tneirs In tne Zone.
; Again Canal Zon residents have civic councils which are
fortUi.ute'y privileged to meet with you and ask for what they
' want. Canal Zone residents have job security and their depeh depeh-!
! depeh-! '. dents are aftsured of Job opportunities. Not so with non-residents,
f '. "What must we do to live on the Zone, like the privileged
ones of today? Was It the intent of the 1955 treaty to grant all
. prMJeeM to a favored few non-US citizen employes?

I "The primary ? purpise of the Canal Is to put through ships,
i Are these Canal Zone residents to wborn such personal immunity
Is extended wholly and so!ely responsible for transits? If not,
. restrictions on purchasing privileges and other privileges must

r yyv to liiem aiso.
A Non-Resident

iant and right on east back to

New York. Opponents have been

beaten with chains, dynamited, a

cid-burned, mauied with fists, prob

ed ana zramea.

Virtually all these incidents have
involved areas and men protected
by Jim Hoffa or befriended by
him. None of them have been re repudiated
pudiated repudiated before or after the
crimes, which fill scores of dos dossiers
siers dossiers in the Justice Dept.,. the

Treasury Dept., aud the inexora

ble crusading headauarters of Sen.

John McCleUaa and his committee

counsel, Robert Kennedy.
One of Hoffa frUndt is Oar Oar-aid
aid Oar-aid Connolly who was put into
tha union business when Jim
Hoffa saw to it that ha got a
Teamster charter In Minneapo Minneapolis.
lis. Minneapolis. Whan the Federals closed in
on Connolly, they found that ha
had a "dyuamite list" of opo opo-nnts.
nnts. opo-nnts. Ha is doing time for a
little bombing matter now.

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Walter Winchell In Mew York

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AMMAN;1 Jordan '-wi If 'you're! Elsenhower, tha genial, Iron Iron-a
a Iron-a U.S. information officer in the ble-ducking liaison officer be be-Near
Near be-Near East these days trying to tween the Army and the police,
win -friends for the USA, youhad not seen what might devel devel-have
have devel-have a problem. The problem l op; so tanks, teaf gas, and cav-

how to counteract Uttle Rock.

It's your Job to make tne

United States appear to be the

iriena of tne AraDs.- tne cnam-

plon of underprivileged people.:

personally, you believe tnis to

D true. But what can you .write
of say to convince the Arab pub public
lic public when it Is faced with plcr

schoolhouso bombed and blasted
because one Negro child was ad admitted,
mitted, admitted, of a lone Negro ..child

sitting in the back row of a Ten
nessee classroom, of Negro-students
In Little Rock being turn

ed back by state troopers, of a

15-year-old Negro eirl In Char

lotte; N.C, telling how she want

ed to be a nurse but finally gave

up.',, ' '''

With the clotures" are -news

storiesl v;, Stories of 1 4 violence,,
bitterness, race hatred against a

people because the color .V of

tneir in,v't-,A &..;-f s 1 ,rl

reopie in mis pars or ine
world generally have colored'
skin, i toobrow&. .. In fact,
two-thirds "of the world to
black, brown, or yellow: ':; -r
There Is no Soviet press here.

There doesn't have to be. The

pictures, the straight news ac-

counts ten tneir own story.

Alongside the news are pic

tures of ike ; smiling, golfing,

yachting, always, smiling, iv-

if youre a u.s. information

officer or 'even an ordinary

American who likes to have peo

ple tninic weu or nis country.

you can't help wishing that Ike

at least sometimes would not

smile,

Sir:

PERFORMING SEALS

It was bound to happen sooner or later but I am sort of glad

tne Pr-rsonai Brewery started it. We aot a bulletin the otner day

from the Training 6ff.c atlvertlsin a readln course, from Har Harvard.
vard. Harvard. Speed Is what they is after an I dont blame them, Two

much time is spent readln especially bulletins an lffen we could

Anyway, what struck me most about the bulletin was'-- thA

seal In the upper cornet Its the first I seen for a Canal Brewery.
I know the cops and Bremen got seals but their seals are isorta
based on the Canal sea an customs an guards an fellers likeithat.
But this Is a super- special sear an in case you havent seen it
It looks like a shield with the lower two thirds divided In three
part and in the upper section it says Training Office. Then
there is a half a Canal Lock on the right, a torch in .the middle,
an a clenched fist on the left.

To make specifics out of gen

eralitiea, it was Hofta who got on
the phone and, with the power of

ON Connolly, they found that he
had a "dynamite list" of oppo opponents.
nents. opponents. Ha is doing time for a
little bombing matter now.

To make specifics out of gen

eralities, it was Hoffa who got on
the phone and, with the power of

his burgeoning dynany. "persuad

ed" the leader of the Hotel- and
Restaurant Union to give a char

ter to a criminal mob in Philadel

phia. Some of these boys, in turn.

threatened those who might testi-
l : it. ..i- -: II

iy against inera wun aciu DJinuuiii.

ruouc pressures recently impell impelled
ed impelled the Hotel and Restaurant U

ntott finally to withdraw that

charter. .,

Hoffa has never repudiated the

faet that he publicly stated that

ms friend johnny (Dioguardi) Dio

could have "any job" Did wanted

in the Teamsters. That gallant oi

ler was made to Dio the man

who was representing employers

during a Teamster strike and run
ning non-union dress shops.

I get the Canal part. The torch they probably got from the
Olympic Gan.es or maybe tne Statue of Liberty. Its the clenched
fist teats mc Maybe they, are partial to the Communist Reds In
Spam rho used the clenched fist. Maybe their jlst mad at every everybody
body everybody an shakm their fists at us. Maybe the Trainin Office
teaches boxln an iffen thev do. I want to loin that pia.s. t used

to box weltet when I was in public school, the third grade that j 1953,

. iue torn) graae up was iignt neavles an the seventh an
. eighth evade was the heavies. Thats the classification we had I vThe Teamsters Union Local 985

when I weiii to school in South Arkansas. The school svslera i (Detroit- through s president

There is a lawyer named Wil William
liam William Bufalino who decided he
could make more out of a juke box

union tnan the legal profession.

This man was bitterly excoriated

by a Congressional Committee in

This committee said:

Js about the same now they tell me.

But what I want to recommend is that the other Canal
Brewerys have seals. Fennstance. The Decimal Foint Pushers
could have a seal with an IBM machine rampant over a nude
National Ca3h Register beatin it to death with a comptometer.
StrlMn design, I think anyhow Im writln this.
Then the Commisspry Division could have a seal showin
two cans of beans for the price of one with a bottle of ketchup
ttirowii in The E and C Brewerys seal would look good with a
InSDeCtCr lOOk In OVfir t."lB KhOlHsr r.4 a Mintrlftn. n,V la

- over the sholder of a foreman who is lookln ver the shlder of a

wat tuvn yvuiacr wuo IS JiSl 100KU1.

Housin Division seat should h

. -w....w, a vntiuu liwuii

,-alYes- l ,,2D1k3 1Uce a rcal Intelligent approach to distinguished

wuiu wuis m sr-uie ongjnai iaeas an JJrmiant two, even
elever. I sorts, wish some of my friends would write to this here

r-vv'. auupcown Bome seais xer some or the Brewerys an divi divi-ons
ons divi-ons But before someone else beats me to it I want to suggest
seal with jist a great big bottle of Alka Seltzer face to face
with a bottle cf Fenobarbltai pr n-hot

I v eternal Security of course Hw. iCJ
J ti' Sadeye Sam

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OCTOBER 4

William E. iBuTalino. is the princi

al o enr'er and perpetrator of
the racketeering, extortion and
gangsterism which was disclosed

by the hearings ... Mr. James R.
Hoffa is unquestionably 'the team
ster boss in Detroit ... He hai

been described as the 'brains' De-

tween this shakedown and power

grab by Bufalino and his Teams

ter Local 985. In any event, Bufa

lino could not have succeeded in
gaming monopolistic coutrol of the
eoin-vending business without the
cognizance and .approval of Hof

fa."

Yat, just a few months ago,
it was Bufalino who flaw into
Washington to Kilo Hoffa fight
his bribery rap. Bufalino wat ob observed
served observed moving in and out rt he

union's national haadquartar

wh;fa h gathered material to
prove that tha air was filled with
prei'idiee against tha "Little
Rock."

Bufalino s word, in Teamster

headauarters and with others re
tained by Hoffa, was hw.
Hoffa's ties in Chicago. Cleve

land and other cities are a reason reasonable
able reasonable facsimile of these few exam

ples. Except for those who are in

prison or ill, these friends are del

egates to the convention.

They are the "enforcers' now
keeping many other delegates in
line. They are being closely ob observed
served observed with all the mechanisms
of modern crime detection. And
those who observe them know
them to be too big an outfit, too
heavily loaded with eounter-lnves-tigators,
wire-tappers some of
whom have even tried to bug

high government officials- a a d

money, to he run by just one man

Lint From a Blue Sara Suit

Jean Seberg's stand-in for her
role in "Bonjour Tristesse" is a
young English lad named David
Grifiith. He's the closest they could

ind with per measurements! ...

A half-dozen shows in the tryout-

towns are hits before they undergo

Broadway's critical surgery. Ter

rific advance sales...' Despite the

scorn of reviewers, 'Peyton Place
continues having the last rich ha-

ha. The number one best-seller for

52 weeks,., Sophia Loren'g stand-in

nas ine oaaesi name: jjjuoica j j-tasevich
tasevich j-tasevich ... Four of the Top Ten

tunes have one-word titles: "Tam

my," "Diana," "Rainbow" and
"Honeycomb" ...Carol Haney. who

was so delightful in the "Pajama

Game" movie, is tough to recog recognize
nize recognize on the street. Wears horn-rim-

med, specs, peasant skirt, blouse

an cardigan sweater. Also cnooz
gum... Look mag's photos of Miss

Monroe are diflerent. She looks
like a woman, not an actress .

Sign on the back of a truck: "If

you must Dump me, use your

head! )

Madison Avenue (the Home of

Big Advertising) is now called Mad

Avenue, ior obvious reasons. .."The

World of John McNuity" is a rea

sonable col ectioa of his essays

It incudes a cabbie's classic crack
about a popular joynt: "Nobody
goes there any more. It's too
crowded" ... The Museum of the

City of New York has a fine at

traction for theatre-lovers. An ex

hibit of Alfred Lunt s toy theatre.

Marlene Dietrich was in a Beverly

Hills shop buying calf-skin nants

uian't Know mat the girl waiting

on aer was a star in her day.

Stripteuse Margie Hart ... Susan

Strasberg's beeg ambition: She is

eager to co-star with Sir Larry

Olivier... Variety's Phihy sentinel

was enchanted with Lena Home s

performance in the 'Jamaica' mu musical...
sical... musical... Has anyone mentioned that

Arkansas State bird is The Mock Mocking
ing Mocking Bird? -.- r

viewers expressed surprise about ey, once complained: "I think Hoi-

- Sean O'Casey's "I Knock at the
Door" had a 2-performance run at
a local YMHA a few years ago..;
"Porgy and Bess" will be done on
the screen. by S. Goldwya- as a sto story
ry story set in 1910. Long before the race
arguments got hot... '.'Tevya and

His Daughters" (at the Carnegie
Hall Playhouse), they say, de

serves to be encouraged . While

researching (oa another subject)
we came across the following in
an old Look mag: "Her friend Ca Ca-ro.e
ro.e Ca-ro.e Lombard introduced Lucille

Ball to Damon Runyon. He sug

gested her ior the feminine lead in
'Th. -Dim Ct ...t Tk.t nkti..

al talent, and Wincheirs bouquets

helped boost her to stardom" ...

Lowell Thomas "bearch ior Para Paradise"
dise" Paradise" may be his last travel ad

venture. His next Cinerama epic

will be a drama... Wm. Goetz. ve

ry weathy, says it best: "Money

isn't everything. Good heath is 5

per cent!"

Wouk's gift for laughter. They are
herewith reminded (again) that he

launched his career as a Fred Al

len gagsmith ...- wave some inside

info: Julius the burro in "LIT Ab-

ner," is a girt ... Recommended

"Moody Marl yn Moore," a new

album. Her jazzmatazz is the

nearest thing yet tc Bi lie Holliday

. ... Aisleman Walter Kerr in his

new book, "Pieces at Eight," in
sists that critics are not powerful.

That s a critic for you even cri

ticizes critics ... from a New York

er movie review; "This mucilagi
dous nonsense." He means sticky.

The value of Stardust? "Mist

Isobei" has a $400,000 advance

sale. Why? It stars Shirley Booth

oeuK ncn aoesn t stn neon'i

from" being touchy. The "Mv Fail

Lady" producer blasted a N. Y".
Times letterwriter ior rebuffing
the hit ... The show season will of offer
fer offer some oddball titles. For ex

ample: "The square Root of Won

derail," "Under Milkwood" and

The Dark at the Top of the Stairs"
... One of the zingier new songs is
Georgia Gibbs' "I Never Had the

Boies." A happy beat ... Westerns

are now popping in alj directions
on the co-axial-ranch. Ironically,
you rarely hear about the straight straight-shootin'
shootin' straight-shootin' hombre who started it ak:
Hopalong Cassidy ... A N.Y. Times
staffer met an old buddy from one
of the gazettes. Asked how he lik liked
ed liked being a member of that paper,
he sighed: "You don't know what
a strain it is writing stuff that will
be read 100 years irom now!

If you enjoy newspaperman stuff
you'll relish reading 'Thn Man Whn

Presumed," a biog of Henrj( Mor Morton
ton Morton Stan'ev. the rennrtfir whn fnitnH

Dr. Livingstone. ... If the hoorays
ocpreviewers are any indication,
"Tnroa Pimi nt V ...in i

Jeanne Woodward a star in

Esqulrel critic G. J. Nathan re-
Cal S his initial mpptina with H

L. Mencken: "The stramrer thrust

out his hand at me ana exclaim-

ea: u m H. In Mencl-pn from Ral.

tlmore and I'm the hiaaest riamn

fool- in Christendom and I don't

want 10 near anv hnoafful nnl

mat you c aim .the honor' .'.'-.The
covers of recorded a'hn me ara eat-

uuk irisKrerman ever. Tthe ''Port

eaio cover, for instance.

Beading the rnnfoc C I fin a) a! mt at

inJmgs.Ahelr loneUness, fears
and frustrations they make a re re-aity
aity re-aity o: an old observation: vsiip-

cess had made failniv. nt

people" ... Despite the comedy
famine, network talent scouts are
fwfJS" for new Cowns...
Clifford Odets whn h.. u

who will write anything for mon-

lywooa is an evil, immoral piace"
...In the tv sa.ute to Ed Wynn the
script writers got careless and said

the songs "Love Me or Leave Me"

and "Dancing on tt the Ceiling
were in Wynn's "Simple Simon"

show.' The first was in Ziegfeid's

'Whoopee." The other was by Bod

gers and Hart in the Britisn mu

sical, "Evergreen" ... Jes Call Me

Pertesar ; 1 -.;..-

Have a fascinating statistic: A

va's 3 husbands (Mickey; Artie

Frahkie ) ha ve had 16. wives .Don't

knock soap operas, pal, They prov-

Skillful performers enabling them
to risK the Broadway flops i.The

you-can-sav-that-affain trophv goes

to somerset Maugham "Gratt--
tiirln. ifc u w1flia inW.MAtviBe IaJ

iiuub uv a Tuuiv tuai vvuico ca

sily td the human race" .'..The one

Rock's, courageous wayor wood-

row wuson Mann. He aas accurate
ly described Faubus' Folly: "His
words spell sedition, his defiance

rebellion. His words and actions
echo another tragic period in our
history when iresponsible men
plunged this nation into a Civil
War" ... Eye-Catcher on a Sunset

B'vd. lawn: "Make someone hap

py today. Even if you have to leave

him alone."

Jaoinese Convinced i

Nothing Injurious
rn Dsinl An Tavc

hi rami vu iwi j

TOKYO (UP) The Japanese

government said today it is con convinced
vinced convinced there is nothing injurious

in the. paints used in Japanese

toys.

It said it ws paying the "most
serious attention" to the warnings
issued by he Toy Guidance coun council
cil council in the United States against
lead paint allegedly used in Jap Japanese
anese Japanese toys and declared, "we are
prepared if necessary to take ap

propriate jneasuresv"

The Foreign Ministry took note

ot ine campaign, which Japanese

toy manufacturers pointed out

came just before the Christmas
season, i
Our country has for a loig time
been endeavoring to elevate the
reputation of its export toys and
improve their aua'itv. and it has

been paying attention a so to the

paints used,", the release said.
"Judging from previous records
and experiences. w ara con

vinced tiiat the paint used on ex export
port export toys is not dangerous or' in

jurious 10 tne human body."

IKE DECKED TROUBLE
Viewing the Integration bit

terness of Little Rock from
halfway around the world, my
memory goes back to another

Bitter scene wnen troops were
marched down Pennsylvania
Avenue to clear 20,000 destitute
veterans of World War I out of

the Nation's Capital

J was a young reporter then

It was tne first time I saw
Dwlght D. Elsenhower, then m

officer on .the staff of Gen,

Douglas Mac Arthur, chief of

staff of the U.S..Army.

. The veterans at flrstjarrived
In a-mere trickle.. They wanted

Congress; to pass a bonus. : 1
Gradually, slowly, their num

ber grew. Camped out on the

flats of lAnacogMa, they put up
shacks; in started; soupy kitchens.
Friendly mrchapts contributed

to theur support. f
Elsenhower was appointed li

aison mart for the Army with

local D.C. police, to keep MacAr MacAr-thur
thur MacAr-thur informed.

WA 1K9P4 t.n IBM Vim tn 4h. TM.

trict of Columbia Building, sit-

alry brandishing sabres advanc

ed on defenseless veterans, along
Pennsylvania Avenue,,'.' .:
. v..- -J. '
"fTliaf was Jh Jttiy 'i9S2.!A few
months later, ks Roosevelt en entered'
tered' entered' the White House; the bo- -nus
army began coming again.
But FDR sent them to nearby
Fort Hunt, arranged to give them
clothesand transportation back
home., They were not Allowed to

pile up In Washington.

I have sometimes xnougni di.

th!h as I have watched Ilsen.
hower In later years,
And as the racial crisis built
up; I. sometimes wondered, why -the
president did not rmove to
head off trouble ftarly-l why he
did not call meetlne of South-.
ern governors Imrnert'otely ,f t t-r
r t-r the Suoreme Court 1954 school

rleclsioh,' why he didn't, summon

Pouthern: leaders .to "the White

House to us -his srreat nrestlsre ;
for solution ot this Heeply dif difficult,
ficult, difficult, problem. ,y ', s

.Bat- Ike lust dldttt seem to
see tbi-bitterness .gTOwlnr.' or
how extremist were getting :
the upper hand; that a crisis
was building up wblnh mrht
get completely ut of hand. ;
Elther he Just doesn't like'
trouble, oboe's just too. nice a
Bo-for three years the sltua

tlori drifted-ju and tot worse;
last June, as thsawpnoxs of
the 48 states gathered at Wil Williamsburg,
liamsburg, Williamsburg, Vs., In .".state al- -.
ready charged with j integration 4
bitternesi the Presldett$ went-to

Williamsburg but satd-laothlng-about
the problem upoermoi in s
gubernatorial minds. Instead,, he
proposed turninsr Federal power

over to the states. - : r
"A distinguished American
scholar (Prof, Leonard White o o-the
the o-the university of Chlcaeo)'! : ho
told the governors at williamB williamB-burg,
burg, williamB-burg, "has recently 1 counseled
that In the measurable future
the states are sure to generate
into powerless satellites of tha -Federal
Government" .l
. Activities at Little Rock and
In The south are drifting toward
exaetly what Ike nc warned -against.
v
Florida Town ;ToId
To Hold Jts Beer

To 3;2;;Contcnt

LAKELAND.' Fla. iUP-Legal-

ly 3.2 beer was the strongest
drink available in Polk Ccunty to-
dj:-. l

ting in the press room readm' "u"n HWrf2'v

westerns. He kept away from!"" ".'""Ca

Anacostia, obviously, was I not a.Sd m Wr under

looking for trouble,

a recent decision by L. E:, Wolf,

But while Ike kept &w&ytnm:"rJLr

ronb'e. trouble grew In Wash- v"B"i" J"ZZT -,'

lngton. u wnlf.. -, month lava tavera

The bonus army sweUed from'ownenr 30 aayg io geU out their
few hundred men to several; nf the, frnn(rr tvn nf

thousand- They took over vacant beer and "restock with the weaker

ounaiuga uubj rennsyiyTWHi 3.2 variety. He exoiai"ea a stuoy

Avenue

One night they started march marching
ing marching on Congress. For the first
time in history three drawbridg drawbridges
es drawbridges across the i Anacostia River
were raised, to block them. : j
It was at this toint that Presv
ident Hoover called out the Ar Army.
my. Army.

of state beverage laws last

month showed him the sale of
beer composed of more than 3 2
oer cent alcohol by weight is
legal, '-. ,',fe-?.a I
Whisky and wine sales have al
ways been i'legal here but sales
of 3.7 and 3.3 beer have bees

Common for the past 20 years.

SPECIAL SALE

at :5

Jewellers .;
Our Store will remain closed Saturday,
Oct.' 5th. Our SPECIAL SALE will
continued on Monday, Oct. 8th. 3 .y

4)

Even If that one man Is James
B. Hoffa who no longer is a
riddle. i t. f

Pan-Mantime

Since G. B. Shaw's "Pygmalion

became "My Fair Lady" other

wordwonders are getting the do-

re-mi treatment. Teevee will offer

fer a song-and-dance version 02 O.

Wilde's "The importance of Being

Earnest"... Didja know that Ava
Gardner's midde name is Lavi-

niap ... "Mask and Gown" at the

Golden Theatre was cocked for

laughs 302 in Act One (an hour)

and 181 in the 2nd Act (45 minutes).

Hel zapoppln' wasn t that fun-

ny... Antonio Martin's disc, "Scus "Scus-ami"
ami" "Scus-ami" whams across a superior me melody
lody melody 'Teevee's"'Pbiyhouse 90"
dramas exceed the cost o most B'-l
way straight,, plays. $117,000 per!
program ... Parti Pace's melodi-1

ous pewy, TH Bemcmber Today,4

was wnnen cy taitn rial, uie
mig' records'; Montgomery : Clift's

eyebrow 11 ting quote: "I want to

be an actor, not a star;' As lor'

money, I dont wani any more.

Herman Wouk who usually oa'
with more momentous themes, has

a leathery spoo im his "Nature s

Way" play. Several out-of-town re-

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PACS TTI3

' lfcY DfiES ITTvJeivS'pstr of hands carefullx ease one of :
V u v fh,vorid larger panes of glass into Its frame at the C JX;
Mt J ?.Ai;n hnilrfintf on Madison Avenue in; New

'f' v. YorkT We slab of -inch-thick glass is 9 feet, 10 Inches wider
IV V T-' 111 21V feet high, and weighs 1,600 pounds. It's the first of three
VT jith Vghts'Mhat are part of the main entrance lacade. Twenty
fc t n !n lisintf stiedal equipment, took part in the operation.

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V HOLLYWOOD (NEA) ex exclusively
clusively exclusively Yours v No one is fioing to
corner smart pizza sweetie-pie Sor
'ohia' Loren into -admitting ahes
becoming a Yankee Doddle. Dandy
. eiri. Evln if national magazine

did print series of photos aepici

ing "The Americanization of so- his age Hes. said to be rather
.-.u:. T Aran r.i.L.:. t u.i

phia Loren, :J . m(rai

- Hot dogs a no w father in "The Boy Friend."..
ly and mentally,, won t be irepiac ef l,., career is due
ine pizza, and wine lor the Deiie other zoom with the release

(anxious to tilav Debbie Reynolds'

lamer m jtne isoy riena. ,..np-

. 8 pt-i tnii me because:

"If J become Amorieaniieo there
is no oi for me to br here. If I
st.rt thinklnfl and
actresses in Hollywood, thfn I am
no longer what I ai:.,4.;:
" The photos for tb magazine,
she winced, just didn't add up to

,:. n a M AmsHif nival inn n trnu v

other zoom with the release of

"Until They Sail," in which she
plays a love-starved war wife.
HERB SHRINER, Julius La La-Rosa
Rosa La-Rosa and the DeCastro Sisters
headline this year's personal ap appearance
pearance appearance tout for a Lubbock, Tex1-

t formfcnces in 17 days, in Texas,

she added, UV.be wane-.J -color, M wjjo. Last
nJri 7w year Mamie Van-Doren and Mick-

th? 5 e r.s w

Well, they may

" ''i Was born a jitterbug
, has Jitterbugs, too."

Italy

li t rf onrnff cralV

t,nt fiirltr simdaes. nam ana

i 6gs and the Brooklyn Dodgers is
Jojething newfor Hollywood But
.rm keeping my fmgers crossed
' uTt in Yase Sophia, in the privacy
k her 'rented Beverly Hills home,
. is roasting hdt dogs in the bving
.xoom fireplace and washmg them
down "with soda, pon when no one
is looking. The qualify of U.S. taade
A, pizza, she whispered, "is not so
- goodv" "
1 THE WITNET: While' on ,loca-
tion inWashington, D.C., movie
writer producre Jack Rose went
v to a restaurant for dinner one
' night. After what seemed jUke
' hours, the food finally arrived,
f ,Whn it did, Jack told the wait wait-'
' wait-' r. "ifg too bad Lincoln didn t
. ill here.. He rover would have
v made it to the V
Not in the Script: Jack Carson,
J remembering his first movies: I
was typed as an idiot but aU I
made was money."
Gary Cooper must be changing
his mind about the "Love in the
. Afternoon" stuff with cuties half

Envoy Vhilney
Makes Big loan
To Heraid-rTribune
NEW : YORK i (UPWohn Hay
: Whitney, U. S. ambassador to
Britain, has invested in tht New
York HeraW Tribune, the newspaper-announced
in its editions
of today. -"
The amounl 'dt the investme.nt
reported in the form of a loan,
was not announced.
"Until Such time as I may be become
come become a stockholder of the paper,"
u'hiinn. isirl 4. statement. "I

will have no connection with its

management or. Ks editorial pol policies.
icies. policies. The" paper will continue
under the leadership of Ogden R.
Reid, its president and editor."
In an editorial titled "renewing
a valued association the Herald
Tribune said it welcomed Whitney
as a "friend and associate" on
tha eve of launching a program
of -expansion for both the New
York and European editions of
the newspaper. v ; ,
The editorial recalled that Whit Whitney's
ney's Whitney's grandfather, John Hay, be became
came became an editorial writer on the
Tribune at the invitation -of White White-Maw
Maw White-Maw Reid grandfahpr of the pres present
ent present editor. In 1881 Hay acted
ne ly as editor-in-chief.

jni v All- uvicii a 11 u .uivn-

ey Kooney teamed up fur tne same
grocettore circuit.''
Shine on harvnst : moonshiners.

Tha fitlll kin hi,lnc t aaiB

still corn likker brewing south of

tne mason uixon w is tne plot

or BOD' Mitenum's first indepen independent
dent independent movie, "Thunder Road." Bob

plays a backwoods brewer who

Fights it put with U.S. reVnooers
Koaded by Gene Barry.
Gene was the star of Para Para-mount's
mount's Para-mount's ill-fated "Red Garters"
a couDle of vears back bull his

continued career success despite

tne film s fion nroved his lone-

time theory:
''Only a bad performance, not a
bad picture, can hurt a nactor."

'Pcpcr Curtain1
Of Federal Secrecy

Seen As Splilling

iineumhrnK rpt. a fUPV '-i

, - t.-t.

The House suDcommiiiee un -nt
ininrmatinn said today the

government's Foreign -Claims Set Settlement
tlement Settlement Commission has agreed to

rip a small noie in um uvu uvu-menfi
menfi uvu-menfi Pper.j; curtain" pf se-
c..LAmmiHA : rhiiirmah John

E. 'Moss,: (D-Calif ) said -commis-

n h An.mnvBV I 1 1 w r- mi I ti uo b

51UU CUip.uj
quired to sign statemenU'promis-

"administrauveiy, coniruucu in information.
formation. information. '.t ?.' ,'' r
The agency, wn Ich mploys

;about 100 persons, handle claims
if h Americana against v, foreign

countries. The employes naa neon
1 1 ifM ifnrmc T": TSrinff

they understood that giving "ad

ministrative. 2 aaia w y uu uu-authorized
authorized uu-authorized ; persons' ? would cost
them -their Jobs;;,
Whitney -GUUland, -J commission
chairman,; acknowledged in alet alet-ter
ter alet-ter to Moss .that the term "ad-

uinistratively coniroueo;; -may

have, been unnecessaruy oroaa.

He said its ; use nao; oeen ais ais-conOnued..
conOnued.. ais-conOnued.. Galliland's letter, writ

ten five, months ago, was maae

public today tby Moss.
' Moss said he was glad the agen-

dy .decided against tne au-

indusive term.
'The : public i has an j inherent
right to all possible- information
about its government under a
democratic aystem," Moss said.
"When that right is Mrestricted
iLJ .w, ..n.ilgltnm (rovnUM the

conduct of agency employes, the
foundation of the democratic proc process
ess process rs weakened." v v

Gilliland made U cier me

agency will continue w resuici
information on grounds of "right
of privacy," "public interest" or

'administrative feasimmy.
Moss suggested that clear limits

to such broad terms should, oe

spelled out in agency) regulations
so they would not result in "un "unjustifiable
justifiable "unjustifiable restrictions oa Informa-
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Mediators Trying

To Settle Transport

Union's

NEW YORK, Oct. 8 (UP)
FHoroi mediators Dlucced away

today at efforts to settle a dispute
betwwen the Transport Workers

Union and Pan American wona
i Airways, . m '.0

The union represeou vul

ers, stewards, ? stewaraessesv w
chanics,' ground '. service workers
and port stewards employed
throughout the Paa-Americaa eys-

tem. -
NegOtialionarfor aj-new- contrr
broke off Sept.'-'23,.and went into
mediation two day s later under
the Railway Labor Oct.wTh law

forbids a strike during mediation,

bu tthe 1,200 members of i'an i'an-American's
American's i'an-American's Pacific-Alaska divi:
sinn have voted to strike if media

tion efforts fail.

There was no report on wnai
nroeress. if any. the mediators

were making,

The union nas oemanoea a
cent hourly wage increase plus
frinee increases. The company has

offered an 8-cent hourly rise
spread over two years.
Present pay rates are: mechan mechanic
ic mechanic si fi9 to 12.84 an hour: flieht

service workers; $1.16 to $2.07 an

nour, ana pon siewaras, jl.b iu
$2.44 an hour.. ;

Fidel Castro Claims To Have Got Reinforcements

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HAVANA,' Cuba (UP) Cuban
Rebel .: forces maintajnd todaj
that a anti-Batista u"expedi u"expedi-fMK".
fMK". u"expedi-fMK". landed Snturdav in

Oriente province in Eastern Cuba.

But vuban miutary aumonues oe oe-nied
nied oe-nied such a landing bad taken
place. '
f Reports of a new rebel landing

were caned todav by two lo local
cal local newspapers. The reports were
passed by the chief censor in the

wesidentil palace. '
An army spokesman, however,
termed the reports "untrue and
biased.' He said there has been
"no disembarkation anywhere in
the national territory A similar
denial came from a naval spokes spokesman.
man. spokesman.
But Rebel sources tn Santiago
and Havana derided the official
denials. One rebel spokesman, in
fact, maintained the rebel, rein-

HOLLYWnnn ON TV; .Taolt

IBenny is tiring1" of those laugh

sketches on "Shower of Stars" and
writer of the hnw have his word

for it that he wants to become

more of a host than a performer
on the program. ."Trader Horn"
is being whipped up as a telefilm
show idea. Seeing the onetime
famed itiavia ni the came 'title nn

home screens.t hough, Was a shock

er; To be frank about it, it was

awtui Dy today s standards. But
in 'its time, 1931, it was the y ear's
greatest box office hit.

Club
ALOHA
Invites you to try their
"Aloha Special"
...You'll like it!
Across from th
"El Panama" Hotel

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UNTIL OCTOBER THE 5th
ALL MERCHANDISE REDUCED,
WITH MANY EXTRA SPECIAL
BARGAINS. .4
FINEST HONG KONG EMBROIDERED
- LINEfjS reduced by 30
DINNERWARE IN FINE BONE CHINA and
EARTHENWARE discounts of up fo
, ;: 40 in a Variety of Patterns

PANA3IA

COLON

.NOTICE
-if' '-,''r',i-'-1"','''' '
Both Our Stores, will remain closed
all day Saturday, Oct. 5th.

MAIN STORE
No. 22-08 Central Ave.
Phone 31773

BRANCH STORE
No. 18-60 Tivoli Ave.
Phone 2-2128

forcements brought ashore

artillery."
United Press correspondent
Reeve Waring quoted Rebel
sources in Santiago as saying the
rebel force came ashore Saturday
betwen Belie and Nicaro., This is

"light, in

Header

the general area where rebel

Fidel Castro landed with

hi hand Uat Nov. 2h : t v

Waring said reports reaching
Santiago -maintained large land landing
ing landing craft was found abandoned in
the Belie area. He said there were

Tot-on triwni mnvrmtnt out of San

tiago for the coastal area, by land
and sea, Monday.
Unconfirmed reports in Havana
placed the number of rebel -reinforcements
at between 180 and
300 men. ,

NOTICE

i f

to the. public

ALL CLUBS Must be Paid
This Week V
by 6:00 P.M. FRIDAY
Because
We Will Be CLOSED
For the holiday SATURDAY,
Oct. 5th.

dfhe Sfurnlture & (Kome

4th of July Ave. and "H" St.

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in 19 years one of the
principal automobile

, Companies presents a

completely new car

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of. th Ford Dynasty

The new Edsel Citation
4-door hardtop.

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The newest thing on wheels: the only REALLY
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Front view ef ttw.ZdM,
showinf iti elegant tno
trill.

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Bear Ti of tha KdwI.
ahowlni lt broadnaa. lia
new linaa anV lamea
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punhinf the ceniar butfema
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TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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nAftnrft FETED MaJ. Benjamin Darden was guest or honor at a party given a vne

,t iuf rrv,. nom rhiPf nf ponce is. snown at me neaa ihdic.

ciiicA roritre last night

rltht, Mrs.Gaddis Wall, Maj

Ambassador of Franco
Oiyos Cecktail Bufftt
At 'Embassy Residence
the i;Ambasador of France in
Panama Lionel Vasse and Mrs.
VaTse wilr entertain at a cocktail cocktail-bufyet
bufyet cocktail-bufyet at the Embassy residence
Harrolds Civ Dinner
For Adm. and Mrs. Wales
The, Commanding General of US
ARCARIB Maj. Gen. Thomas L.
Harrold and Mrs. Harrold will
oiv a dinner tonight at nis Ft. A-

tnnHor Quarters in Honor of the

Fift.f.nthv Naval District Admiral

George H." Wales and Mrs, Wales
Miss Elisabeth Marsh
comas President
Of. Nurse's Association

The Isthmus Nurses Association
at..- Jam ir nnMlial ZlArtllOnl irVTl 3 fit

Ilif V. 1UI a"Ul v-vai T .aav-v
evening at the Tivoli Guest House.
JMs.vMary D. Hummel, outgoing
president presided over the busi busi-hms
hms busi-hms meeting and introduced Col.
Claries O. Bruce, Health Director

of.itne Manama canai uo. wnu
"fajre an interesting talk.
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Kirs. Hummel also introduced
Mfcs Marguerite Engelke of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, winner of the Essay Con Contest
test Contest sponsored by the Isthmian
Kgjrses Association, and presented
her with the award of $25.00. Miss
Eflgelke is a junior at Cristobal
High School and is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Engelke.
ft new slate of officers was in

stalled Headed by Miss Elizabeth

From left to

Darden, Mrs. D&r den and Capt. Qaddls Wall.

Marsh of Coco Solo Hospital as

president.

Following the meeting cocktails
were served and later a dinner of
Panamanian food was enjoyed by

the 90 members and guests pres present.
ent. present. The first issue of the magazine
sponsored by the Association, The
Kopical Sentinel, made its appear appearance
ance appearance at the meeting and will be

on sale throughout the Canal Zone

beginning today.

Zooians Forming Croups
To Attend Charity
Dance At Union Club
Many Zomans are fo ming
groups to occupy tables at the U U-"io
"io U-"io Club Charity Dance which

will be held at the Union Club on

Saturday night.
The dance, which is sponsored
by the Committee of Social fid,
is being held to benefit the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Home.
A hat show will be part of the
entertainment. Ladies from both
Panama and the Canal Zone will
model hats.
Extravagant door prizes are an

added attraction. The lirst door
prize is a round-trip ticket to Mia Miami
mi Miami vja Braniff with 3 days as

guests of the San Souci Hotel in
Miami Beach. The winner will be
given a suitcase from Mottas, a

panajac sports coat from the A-

mencan Bazar and a ladys dress
from Olman's.

FBI Enters Search For
Newspaperwoman
Feared Abducled

Second prize will be a piece of
land at Cerro CamDana valued at

$1,000.

Third prize is an airconditioned
unit from Rodelag.
Tickets are $1.50 each, and res reservations
ervations reservations may be made by calling

Mrs. xneresa Jtupp at (Balboa)

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Shoplifter Escapes
Right Into Arms
Of Deputy SM
OKLAHOMA CITY (UP) Elmo
Dolling Jr. would be kicking him himself
self himself today it' he '. thought he could
trust his own leet to do the job
properly.
As i,t is, Elmo has no confidence

at all in his own two leet, which
got him into a peck of trouble
Monday.
Dolling, recently released from

IB-months' residence in state pns

on on a grand larceny conviction

was seen lifting two leather .jack
ets in a downtown (tore.
Clerks and bystanders went aft

er Dolling. He drooDed his loot

and headed lor the inviting door
way of a nearby building.

Then he dashed through the

nearest door -off a corridor.

Eimo lound himself in a rather
bare iroom, occupied by a hefty
man Ovho appeared startled at

Dolhng's buried entrance.

Dolling plopped into a chair,

pulling ana panting lor breath,
Then, or a few dreadful mo

ments, he nearly stopped breath

ing altogether.

JOLIET, 111, (UP)-Police today
planned to take formal statements
lrom a number of persons In an
effort to find a motive for the
apparent abduction oi Amelia
Molly Zelko, manager of a
c'rusding weekly newspaper here.
At the same time it was reveal revealed
ed revealed that the F.B1 had entered the
puzzling case. Charlotte French,

27, an emiloye oi the newspaper

'The Spectator," said sne was
questioned by federal agents last

Saturday.

Police Chief Joseph Trizn laid
he wanted to get Written State Statements
ments Statements today from assocites and

relatives of Miss Zeiko and from I up when the posse arrived.
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Wlliam tt. JvlCL-anc, puuusuer oi
the paper, and members of his

familv.

Two daughters of the publisher;
Mrs. Jean Oliver, 44, and Mrs.

Marv Lou Lowry, both of Lock

port, 111., said they will take over

pi'H'catinn of the paper this week.
Miss Zelko disappeared last
Wednesday night. Neighbors said
thev heard screams from the

vicinitv of her apartment.

Authorities found Miss zeuco's

shoes and her car outside the

apartment, but no indication the
woman had spent tne night in her

rooms. Police nave Deen unaoie

to find any other tangible clues

to her disappearance.

Miss French, a secretary to

Miss Zelko, said FBI agents ques questioned
tioned questioned hr about an alleged pack
et of documents which the missing
woman kept locked in .an office
safe. The secretary said the docu documents
ments documents apepared to have vanished
at the same time as Miss Ze'ko.

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OCTOBER 4

Tickels Slill Being
Sold For Concert
At Paraiso Theater

Tickets for a musical concert
to be presetned by the choir

guild of the St. Peter Church
of La Boca at the Paraiso rthea
ter onOct,.27, may still be ob obtained
tained obtained lrom any member of th
guild.
The concert in honor of the
parish priest and his wife, the
Rev. and Mrs. John Spear, will
feature a member of the guild!
itself in the person of Miss

Myrtle Green, talented

A close look at the room and its
ocupant brought home to Dolling

a very tvtter truth.

His feet had taken him into the

Oklahoma County sheriff's interro interrogation
gation interrogation room. The man who sat
across from him was Deputy Sher-

lif Koss Uiggers, who locked him

Heurtematte Will
Speak On Monday
To CZ Accountants

Roberto Heurtematte, Comptroller-General
of the Republic
of Panama, will be the guest
speaker at the dinner meeting of
the Federal Government Accoun Accountants
tants Accountants Association scheduled for

Monday evening, Oct. 14.
The meeting will be held in the
air-conditioned dining room of

the Albrook Officers Club. Hos

pitality hour at seven will be fol

lowed by a steamship roast beef

dinner at 7:30.

FGAA members are encourag

ed to bring guests to hear this

outstanding sneaker who has a

rich background in private com

mercial enterprise as well as in
government finance and diplomacy.

Reservations may be made bv

phoning Norbert McCauley at
Balboa 2104.

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TRAINING COURSE, GRADUATES Upon completion of schooling conducted by key supervisor representing, the Various
U.S. Army Caribbean technical services, new Army civilian supervisors discuss their roles in the -management Job.. Lt. Col.';
James s. Branch, extreme right, executive officer of the Signal Office, presented graduation certificates to. members ol th
class and gave the; final address. Others shown are, standing, left to right, Juan Urrlola,. Joseph Mlkosz, Charjes Chadertoa
and Thomas A. LeRoy. Seated, left to right, are Patricia Lennevllle, conference leaderj.; Randolph Foster, Viola Dominguezv;
Helen Heidinger, Luis' Hernandez and colonel Branch. Others In the Class wr Sara Sokol, Jorge Molina. Sidney Lattyrf Ken-

iavvii x i i-uv.1 nrixr xiigxam ana jcvcriniif elevens. ;?

Boy Stabbed By Mother
Reunited With Father

NEW YORK, Oct3 (UP) Lit

tle Michael Malda, 5, is no long

er a small boyalone in the world'

just two weeks ago, on sept

17, his mother Catherine. 2f.

stabbed him with a kitchen
knife.

For Mike, it was -the end of his

small world. His parents were di

vorced and his mother, all he

nad ien, naa now turned on

him.

"My daddy doesn't want me-,"

It'S RAINING fOINSI
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UP)
The pennies that fell on one block
of a down town street today

weren'tr lrom; heaven. A car

sheared off the tops of five park

ing meters, sending a shower, of

small change into the street.

Stuffed Acorn Squash Can
Highlight Sunday Dinner

By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

FRESH fall vegetables bring

juu"K,new Pleasures to t ie fsmi v tah e

soprano who nas for many years Let's enjoy them. Both this stuff-

been under me tuiorsnip oi Mrs. el acorn squash recipe and. the

Olga King. one for zucchini with green pep

m u- -JPerre delicious enough for the

ivi uc ""Ti". special Sunday dinner,
nled by pianist-composer Hugh Stuff,d Aeorn 's af h (4 ryiings)
Adams, who on Sunday last con- Halve 3 acorn squash and
ducted the St. Christopher s; movft ,eed. Pace ln bakins

Church choir in a concert of sa

cred music at the St. Luke's Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral in Ancon.

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the child cried piteously. "Now

my mommy uoesn't iove me

But Mike's daddy did want

mm. After tne boy spent several
days in Bellevue HosDital recu

perating from cuts in his back

ana wrist, his father Salvatore

took. him home to live with him.

Mrs. Malda. who was separated
from her husband two years ago
and divorced in August, will be
arraigned in felony court within

two weeKs, according to her at attorney,"
torney," attorney," Jerome Rolnick.
Even for Mrs. Maida, there
could be a happy ending to the
story.'
The stabbing of her son took
place the morning after she
quarreled with Joseph Lupo, 34,
a clerical worker whom she had

been dating.
Police said Lupo didn't want to
marry Mrs. Maida because he
had his own family, including a
70-year-old mother, to suDDOrt.

After the quarrel, Mrs. Malda
started drinking.
' Before Mike got out of bed the
morning of Sept. 17, Mrs. Maida
called her mother,' Mrs. Catherr

me Daiton, and warned her:
"I'm going to stab Joe Lupo and
then little Mike.",,

.-Daiton.,20, rusned to her aoart

meht and found her still hold holding
ing holding the bloody knife with which
she had stabbed Mike. He took
the boy to Bellevue.
The police took Mrs. Malda to
Bellevue's psychiatric, ward for
observation. She had been there
twice before. She is now in the
women's house of detention a a-waiting
waiting a-waiting arraignment.
It was Lupo who hired Rolnick

to represent Mrs. Maida. Lupo

tola police he was sorry about
his Quarrel with Mrs. Maida, and

about the consequences of it.
He even said that when and if
Mrs. Maida is released, he hopes
to marry her.

14 Army Civilian Employes
Complete Training Course

Nine residents of Panama were

among 14 civilian employes of
the U.S. Army Caribbean who

recently completed an introduc

tion training course for new su

pervisory personnel.

The course, a continuing proj project
ect project under which all new super supervisors
visors supervisors receive training is, part of

the Army s supervisory develop
ment program.

More experienced supervisors

assist tne students in thinking
through the responsibilities and
procedures of the management
job, and guest speakers also take
part in the presentations.
Mrs. Patricia Lennevllle, a rep representative
resentative representative of the Signal Office,
acts as 'conference leader for the

regularly scheduled introduction

groups. .:

Graduates of the most recent
training session were the follow following
ing following supervisors: Thomas A. Le

Roy, Curundu, and Viola Domin

guez, Ban Francisco. Signal Of

fice: Juan Urriola and Alvin In

gram, r Panama City, Engineer

umce: cnaries cnaderton, Pue

bio Nuevo and Kermlt Stevens,

Curunou, Engineer Oince; Jo

seph Mikesz, Curundu, Randolph
Foster and Sidney Latty, Pana

ma City, Ordnance Office; Helen
Heidinger, Curundu, Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Office; Sara Sokol and
Jorge Molina, Panama-City, and.
Luis Hernandez, Betania, Adju Adjutant
tant Adjutant General's Office; and Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Frederics, Curundu, Sur Surgeon's
geon's Surgeon's Office. '.'

Captures Gunman

May Be Guilty
Of Seven Murders

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CRASH AFFECTS KISSES
NORWALK, Ohio (UP) Ellis

Dotson was awarded. $16,000 in a

traffic accident damage suit yes

terday after his wife testified that

since the accident her husband

"can't kiss the way he used to."

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UP)

Burglars who cracked a store safe
here and set off a tear-gas booby

trap didn t have much to cry
about for. very long.' They hooked

up an electric fan to blow the gas

away wmie uiey removed si.ooo,

ount OVotes,

At Saint Peter's
Church Tonight

A count of votes in the con-

,test of national products spon

sored Dy tne at. Feters Mutual
Benefit Society will be held to tonight
night tonight at the parish hall of the

church starting at 7 o'clock,

There is no charge for admis admission.
sion. admission. Music, soft drinks, hot dogs
and other delicacies will be in

cluded on the program for the

evenmg. x

The standings to date are as

follows: Agatha Griffith, Clga Clga-rrillos
rrillos Clga-rrillos Panama; Sarah Hinds,
Malta Vigor; Royal Crown COla,
Iris Griffith; Cafe Duran, Flor

ence Jones; ,nd Perfumes Na Na-cionales,
cionales, Na-cionales, Olga McPhun.
All members of the society
and the general public are invited.

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind., Oct. 3
(UP) Authorities today sought

to link a gunman,; who with
companion shot and killed two
state troopers, with the unsolv unsolved
ed unsolved murders of five persons in
California and New Mexico..;
Victor. Wayne" Whitleyr 28,
Granger, Tex., was captured ,,
Tuesday near North Vernon, Ind. 1

force of about 250 police offi- 5'
cera. His arrest climaxed one of

Indiana's greatest manhunts

since the days of DUlinger.
State police sent Whitley's pic-

" V iltsiiVlUi U.M. LU Wtdir II

Ipolnts as a suspect lrr theinwrr

oer of two El SegunaoiMCalil:, po-7

ucemen last auiy, ana tn siay--
In cr nf Twa' Tniinir wnrnitn iftrf a

man in Jew Mexico. two days

later, w- r

M a .111 ; .

x ne iau; Diona Danait. neia ir

jail herevtlnder a heavy guard,
admitted y be and his slain ac-
compllce ,taged a cross-country
crime spree before their wild
two-state flight that began Mon--,
day afternoon in Michigan.
In .their, wake the killer? left
one state noliceman dead and

one wounded seriously In Micht
igan, and' another, state police- ,i
man dead and two Dolice officer

wounded, one critically,' In IndJI- -ana.
-
Also killed was Whitley's part- :
ner in crime, Ralph Walker Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, 36, of near St. Alban's, W.
Va.

Taylor was wounded fatally by 1
a volley of police bullets when
the two bandits crashed a road
block south of North Vernon
shortly before midnight Tuesday
night. . 1 v

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Miss Ama Pulido, PFAIT Sew

ing Machine demonstration ex-

nert. arrives in Panama tonignt

to participate ln the celebration

nf National sewins wees: wiuui

takes place from October 7th to
October 12th.
During her stav ln Panama,

Miss Pulido will spend most of

her time ln Panama City giving
dally demonstrations- on the
world famous completely auto automatic
matic automatic precision sewing machine,
PFAFF, at Troplcana on 4th of
July Avenue. On Thursday of
next week. Miss Pulido will visit
the Atlantic side; where -he
will hold demonstrations both
in the morning and the after afternoon
noon afternoon at Radio Center ln Colon.
The aewing public, novice and
professional, will find her
PFAFF demonsti'aUo.is both In Interesting
teresting Interesting and informative as
she poiuts out the little -tricks"
to give that professional, look

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TOM AS REYES, left, of the Engineer supply division, U.S.
Army Caribbean, receivej a suggestion award certificate and
$10.00 check from Thomas Vale, right, chief of the storage
branch, of the division, in a recent ceremony at Fort Clayton Clayton-Reyes
Reyes Clayton-Reyes suggested that weather proof canvas be utilized to cover
the pneumatic tires or all Engineer vehicles in storage. Reyea
la one of the many Engineer Section personnel who has sub submitted
mitted submitted award-winning euggestlons to the project PaycUrt

to everything that is sewfi.
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' rmntSDAY, October .sVisst

THE PANAMA AnlZIilCAN AN UVDETEJNUEAT DAJX,!. NtWSrArtK

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Social ands,J:therwiia
I .'it 1 ' v

donlinutA

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Mrs. Harold

Eltcttd President

V, Th NauirnmeM' ClUD met at

the homo of Mrs. Jay y,Russell
in Ft. Davis on Sept. 26.t Mrs.' Roy
Barbef was co hostess General

business meeting "was held and e e-lection
lection e-lection of officers, for the coming
year. The following officers were
elected: Presidents Mrs. Harold
Jones 1st i vice president, M r s.
John Tanner; 2nd vice president,
Mrs. Barbara Young;-' secretary,
Mrs. Dorothy Ellison; treasurer,

v Mrs.. John Hulka. i ?' ;
; Mrs. Raymond Wilson won, the
-. door- prize.- ;(;;;V,---;r t':"
For the program Mrs, V 1 o 1 e
Deakins of Gatun gave a Very in interesting
teresting interesting .talk on the making of
pollers, montunas,? and motunps
and showed some of the native
costumes and jewelry. The next
' meeting will be the installation

banquet at the Washington Hotel
n Oct. 24 at 12:30 p.m. ... (.
- The next board meeting will be
ra Oct.-8 at the home of Mrs. Ha

rold Jones at Ft. Gulick.
Johnson-Ryan
Marriage A
Announced 1
CaDtain. and Mrs. Thomas F.

Ryan of the 15th Naval District

announnce the marriage of their
daughter, Kathleen Anne, to Mr.

t u I
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Carl M.' Johnson Jr., ion of Dr.

and Mrs. Carl M. Johnson, of Pa

nama Uty, on Aug. 3rd, at St
Mary's Mission, Balboa.1 the- Rev.
Paul Loeven, CM. officiated.
The bride was born in R o c -ford.
111., is a graduate of Bal

boa High School and attended the

Canal Zone Junior College. The

groom, who was born in Balti

more. Md.. attended Redwood Ci

ty High School in California arid

is graduate of Balboa High School

ana aiso attended the Canal Zone

Junior College. He served a- three

year ttour of duty in the Marine

corps, ana is now a civilian -em

ploye of the Army. The : y o u a g

coupie are making tneu." home in

Curundu.

(Continued on Page C"

Jews To Observe
Day Of Atonement
Tomorrow, Saturday
. The Jewish day of atonement,
Yom Klppur.' which Is the ho holiest
liest holiest day of the year for those of
, the Jewish faith, will be observ observed,
ed, observed, beginning at jsnndown tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and air day Saturday until
eundown.r
Rabbi' Nathan' 'Witkiri, assisted
by Seymour Barkowitz, will con-
duct Kol Nidre services tomor

row evening at 7:30 at the USO USO-Jewish'Welfare
Jewish'Welfare USO-Jewish'Welfare Board Chapel In

Balboa.
yam Kippur services on Satur-

. day will begin at 9 a.m. ana wui

continue v tnrougnout, tne aay
Memorial services for the de

parted (Ylskor) will be recited

at 1 a,m !''';

A 'break-of-the fast'.' supper
will be. aerved to military per personnel
sonnel personnel and their families, under
the auspices of the "National
Jewish welfare Board lmmedi-
ately .lollpwing,, the; conclusion
of the Yom-'Kippur': eerVlcea at

sundown on Saturday. :
.Special memoranda regarding

the observance or tne Hoiy Day
have been issued by headquar

ters U.S. Army Caribbean, Ca

ribbean Air commana, ana 'tne

isui navai District. i

I Women Victims

Of Sexual Assault

,D.C.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)

Three women reportea exuai

assaults on the streets of the

nation's capital yesterday.
One of the women said she
was thrown down on the grass

in front of her home and raped
at 1 a.m.,"I couldnt scream for
help," she told police, "because

I have laryngitis."

Another woman said a soldier

pursued her and grabbed her on

the street. She broke away and

he grabbed her again. She es escaped
caped escaped into a delicatessen, He fol-

lowed, bought a headache pow-l

der and left. Only then did she

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- ctluma. should bo aubmiH4 M
! typo-writtoa form akd mail oo
i Iho box number Intoo daily ia 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Orhtrwiw,", or dalivoroJ
bv haHl lo tho oHico. Noticw ot
. maotinaa cannot be accaatod by
'.Ulfphona. M.X'':''!"'V'. r

Morning Guild 7 -J'

Mooting Takes . A :, ..';')

Plata Tomorrow

All members of : the Morning

Guild of St.: Luke's Cathedral are

unzed to attend tomorrow s meet-

me. to take place in tne Bishop s

House at u a.m.' mis years stu

dy course, "Growth in Prayer"

a lively subject of vital interest

will be discussed; tnereafter.
Mrs. Patricia Alves, President oi
the Guild, will welcome fresh i i-deas
deas i-deas for the Bazar at Spring Fes Festival:
tival: Festival: :

JUDGE DIDN'T BITI ,;
LOS ANGTLES (UP) Munici

pal Judge. David Williams was un

impressed with the excuse Tellas

H. Harris gave for speeding 90

miles an hour on a freeway and

sentenced him to five days in jail.

Harris excuse: He was driving

last because ne didn't want a gal gallon
lon gallon of ice cream to melt before
he got it to a church social.

The soldier was

ask for help:
arrested.

A third woman hailed a taxi.

cab. The driver suggested she sit
in the front seat She complied.
The driver threw a slip over her
head, took her to a house and

raped her repeatedly.
Then he drove her to where
she had been going m the first
place and released her.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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tfo S 4 ? 1 Past
2N.Ta PasaJINT. Pass

rasa fas

' Opening lead 4 J

Here'- Is another duplicate i
hand. South's opening spade bid)
is correct., He has 16 high card!

points but his distribution den den-.
. den-. nitely makes ihe suit opening

preferable to one no-trump.
West's tovercall is reasonable

- although many players do!not

overcall at the two level on a
i five card suitNorth's two dia diamond
mond diamond bid is. automatic, and
; South is entirely correct ia his
two no-trump rebid.
As a matter of fact, a few un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate South players bid three
diamonds and the hand played
right there. X- i -
North'a raise to three fiotrump
Is also automatic and- the bid

ding should go exactly the same
wav in rubber bridee. -.,

.The correct defense against

three no-trurop llirustrates the
difference between rubber bridge

and match, point may. s

West should open the. jack of

clubs in either game and South
should win the trick, lead his
Jack of diamonds, overtake with
dummy's king and play a spade

to ius Kinsr. r r -(
In rubber bridee West should

win the trick, lay down his king

or hearts and clear tne club suit
South will now make five no-
W. . V. 1 J T- i W..

to hold ehher the spade queen
or the guarded diamond queen
South would have been set

In duplicate west should take

o.n iiia iiitn nearn ana noia
1 f hnnd to fnnr littlp thnuirtU

9o Nroov now frionds to
foara more about God'
Holy Word . to find ovt
tnoro abawt, Hwly baf py
living.

loem caSoojt 5!ja

Qrocaoot inend

First Baptist
Church
WILLIAM H. BEEBY
Pastor
Preachlhr Christ
CRUCIFIED I RISEN
COMING- AGAIN

IT'S RAbLY DAY ALL DAY
, SUNDAY OCTOBER 6th

La Sunday School
, 9:30 a,m. i

In Training Union
eSO p.m.

CHURCH SERVICES
INAUGURATING AN EARLIER MORNING SERVICE
TOU SELECT THE CONVENIENT ONE
"Early Worships Morning Worship Evening Service
S;20 a.m. 10:40 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
' Children's Chapel
.Nursery Facilities at all Services
. EVERYONE WELCOME RADIO SERVICE HOXO

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by' mrs muriil: uwrinci
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' GERARD'S grandma came to

look uer? mm wnuo u iuvui
,tU hnnnltal havina his ba

by sister. Later she stayed, on to

help her .daugnter gev uscu w
what everyone called tbe.r"n a w

rouunes.7v -,'y"- .;.vi'

.. riirtn'f lWa them, much

i? nrtiiiiiariv. resented tne new

,kih nkliasd hi mother

to nurse the baby instead of un undressing
dressing undressing him for his nap.' He hat

ed the abrupt way uranama
ed his T-shirt off. So one day when
i..' 4opir!no miiUH Iiia hair he

kicked at her, yelling, "Go away
of I'U kill yquv I'll; kiU you, .'

tiAPWTiTTFn Oandma sasoed.

So shocked was she that the pow power
er power of her feeling overwhelmed
Gerard's mother, until she, too,
felt there was isomething really

awful about his threat to extermi

nate Grandma. V : ;'

." When a small child threatens to

kill us, he is not threatening to in involve
volve involve us in rigor mortis nd ner
final avnaripnrs. : What h Wants

is the death of some behavior of
ours that seems obstructive to
him. Thus, Gerard wated to .kill,
nnt r.nndmi hut her :.. insistence

on giving htm the attention he

wanted from his motner. wnai nis
threat aaiH tn hftr was. "Get OUt

of the way of my righti yto my
mother 1"

tah thrantpninff-wnrH about a a ir

responsibly as they grab' at scis-

sors, matcnes ana oiner fnaaner-

titt .Allanta.

n 4. m-ont roliof tn realize that

this is the truth and be f r e e-d

from the obligation to respond u
their threats with shock and agi agitation
tation agitation like -Grandma's..
As you know, child psychiarists

irnru anvinnx lor ua lo caiiu-

ly accept children's expressed

So long as we read adult expert-

intn anch tnream. u s naru

to accept them caimiy. ino nor
n.roni i think, punld be com

pletely comfortable with his child's

genuine witn 10 muruer
Hut ma ran deal palmlv with his

wish for our earthly end the mo moment
ment moment we can see that what he
u thp nnd of our re

fusal to let him go on playing
with the garden hose, to ride his
bicycle across the street and
otherwise do as he pleases with-.

out restriction.

It's the old obligation to leei in
the little child's terms.

ALOHA

Presents s
.The Internationally famous
RITA VIDAURRI
Every
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Across from tho
"El Panama" Hotel

4van.igW'AliA V. telenhdne

other teen-agers after nine in
the evening are -not being very
thoughtful. inw many families
some member, either a younger
phllri nr an nlrler nrsnn re

tires earlv;; And' telephone calls

can be disturbing.'.
There is seldom any excuse
for teen-agers to make late-hour

phone calls.

INDIAiCUT;$ IMPORT
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COLi. HUGH "ARNOLD, Acting
' Governor of the Canal zone
1 will discuss .plans for Increas Increas-,lngthe
,lngthe Increas-,lngthe capacity of the Canal
at the regular monthly meet meet-!
! meet-! ing of the Canal Zone Post,
Society of American Military
X Engineers, on Monday evening
at the Tlvoli Guest House. Re Reservations
servations Reservations may be made by
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3393, Lt. Col. Gross, Clayton
-3284 or Mrs. John Mollen, Bal Bal-".
". Bal-". boa 2991.
Yugoslavia To Ask
US For Aid To Keep
Tito Independent

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3,(UPV-Y
eoslavia prepared to ask the U U-niteH
niteH U-niteH state today for another sub

stantial slice of economic aid to

Venn Marshal Tito's Communist

government independent of Mos

cow.
A Yugoslav delegation here for
discussions with American econo economic
mic economic experts refused to discuss how
much new help it will seek. Amer American
ican American oficials indicated the United
States is willing to put up some
new air) for Yugoslavia but less

than in past years.

During the 12 months ended'last
.Tune 30 the United States gave

Yugoslavia $13,500,000 w o r th of
wheat and cotton and $1,500,000 in
technical asisstance. It also sold

Tito $98,300,000 .worth t wneai,
qotton fats .and oils at cut-rate
prices. -' -' :
i During the past, seven years the
United States has given or lent

the Tito Communist- government

about seven hundred million doi

, The SUt Deiiartmeht, in an

nouncing the economic discussions,
said- Yugoslavia asked for them
about three, months aso.

? The-conference was arranged

now because vdo Humo, Yugos Yugoslav
lav Yugoslav State Secretary for. Finance,
has been in Washington attending

meetings of the "International Mo Monetary
netary Monetary Fund.
The United States was to be re

presented ay C. Dbuglai Dillon,
Deputy Undersecretary : of State

for Economic Affairs, and other

officials of the State Department

and' International Cooperation Ad
ministration.

REVISED ESTIMATE
FORT DODGE, Iowa (UP)

Dermot Patrick Moran, charged

with drunken begging, offered to

get out of town in 25 minutes.

Then, after the judge pointed out
Moran had been arrested for beg

ging at the home of the police

matron, the accused man offered

to leave town in 20 minutes., The

jndge took him up on it,

ALOHA
Presents
VICTOR BOA
and His Combo
FRIDAY, i
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel

Five Candidates
For Queen of Teene Ball

Will .Appear On TV ;

The five candidates for queen of

the "Teeno fiaU" to be hem at
the Ei Panama Hotel on Nov. I

will apepar on Armed Forces TV

tonight at 6:30. according to an

announcement toaay oy Jimmy

Dunn, general chairman of the

"Teeno Ball activities.

AFRS TV facilitiei have been

placed at the disposal of the five

I J I ill 1 1 1

Ciuniuaiei, wno wm di interview interviewed
ed interviewed by staff members of the sta station.
tion. station. It will give the Isthmian pub public
lic public their first chance to tee the

five candidates in action, and will

give the five girls their first op

portunity to appear on rv.
Ticket sales for the "T e n o

Ball" are moving; rapidly acord acord-ing
ing acord-ing to Dunn, who is supervising

the sales of the tickets by the five
queen candidates. Victor, Herr,
liaison between the Pacific Youth
Center Committee and the teenas

club, announced at the, meeting
Monday evening that tickets have
been distributed to, many sources
and that the efforts of the tteenag.
eri to "put over", their, work Ta
considerable Herr mrim

ed that the "Teen Ball" to be held

o. i is aa adult social activity,
and aot a. teenager dance. ., All
fundi raixeH-at the k.li k.

used for the ,Teen Cwh, building
in Balboa.. ,S

t f,nnf"ates are s Ann Has Haskell.
kell. Haskell. Kathleen 0v B,ih rvnm.

. ...mi

!., jsnur napcocx ana Maud
Smith. -' vr.i,

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Many persons worry themselves
out of a good night's sleep. Experts
say to slow down the daily routine
as bedtime nears Soothing music,
soothing conversation or just plain
quiet help set the slumber stage
Arguments, blood chilling myste mysteries
ries mysteries and lout) music do little to
entice sleep.
When buying a perfume, dab
some on the Inside of the wrist or
palm of the hand. Test only two
or three fragrances at a time.
Otherwise, you will be confused
as the odors overlap each other.
After sampling, select the one
that fits you.

Worrvinr about not sieenln will

keep a person awake. If you don't
fall asleep soon after retiring, try

tninKing oi something pleasant.
Perhaps stretching to relax mus-

eles will help, or loosening bed
covers. If you don't worry about

, sieep eventually will epme..
Teacher Training
Course At Cqrundu
Continues Tonight

The. teacher training course
for Sunday School teachers and
workers will continue tonight
an devery Thursday night for a

penoa or twelve weeks-. The class
meets at 7:00 p.m. and is spon-t

sored by the fiundav School ht

the Curundu Protestant church.1

The study lcoiiW ; is designed
to present the; life -of Christ and
His teachings! in a systematic
and chronological manner. Each

person coming will receive a copy
of the study course, of the Life
of Christ In chronological order,
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uvui fxis oirui. va nis ascensiua.
The class is open to the pub public
lic public also. For information you may
call 83-5105 or 83-7116.

Quote Unq

WASHTNrtTflN' Zi'r i A

Elsenhower, in his statement re re-using
using re-using tp order paratroopers from
Central High School injtjttle Rock,
Ark:: . ', : '. ''

"The statement issued. ..bv the

governor of Arkansas does not

constitute n my opinion the assur assurance
ance assurance that lie intenria in tiae kia

full powers as governors to prevent

me oostrucuon ot jtne orders of the
United States District Cowt.''

DENVER -'-A FormeV VrZ&Ut

Truman, predicting that the De

mocratic r any wui regain power
in coming election) '. f :
"The Democratic Party will
sweep the country in 195$ and 1960,
and then we'll be tid of ; those
damned Republicans,' ; ;

NORTH VERNON triV ilWavnl

IWistley, 26-year-old gunman, com

menung pn nis partner, jiaipii '.
Taylor, who was' killed in t gun gun-battle'
battle' gun-battle' wittt Do'ira after' alTirtIw

killing two state troopers:

-1 guess Katpn was f Just no
good."

44 Koreans To Be
Tried for Murder

0(22 Lepers

PUSAN, Korea, (UP) -" Forty Forty-four
four Forty-four Korean fishermen, Indicted

for murder In the fatal beating
of 22 lepers in August, probably

will go on trial late in October,

ponce jnaicatea toaay.
The 44 allegedly were part of
an angry stick-wielding mob of
villagers oh Pitori-Do Island, a-

bout 50 miles west of Pusan, who
attacked the lepers ijpr an 'at-
tempt to drive ihem away from
the island. w
: The-lepers had come from
SanvchonrPo towri across .the
channel to build houses on the

island. The fishermen said they
did not want the lepers to live

on the Island because it would
make people afraid to buy their
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TPUASDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1957

Docp South Mounts Chain Reaction

to Federal Troops At Little Rock

1 .YOKNAPATAWPHA' Country,
oqt. 3 (UP) -New; link were be-
, ing forged today n 'hl ,?a
South' chgln of H2TW J!S
t of federal troops in Li U Rock s
integration dispute. ; ;.j.i
" The 'Florida Senate, jn special
session to apply fi nut(Vce?J,?
the state's new constitution put
Aside its main order of business
and began studying measures de de-signed
signed de-signed to jidestep school, integra integration.
tion. integration. s J-. '. ...
The man- who led .the Missis--glppi
phase t)f President. Eisen Eisen-however's
however's Eisen-however's re election campaiw
stepped down and precrted -Jne
enure GOP organization in ; I
sissippi would crumble. t
'Picketing was aranged in down-

Education Officer
At Albrook AFB :

Announces Courses
" Th Education Officer at Al

brook Air Force Base is auceui.-

ln aooucauons irom hoh-ku'
mnml imnlnVM for CrOUD StU'

d courses to be conducted at
Albrook. ..
Qualified rjersons may submit

'"aorjllcations to tne aidiouk wu wu--
- wu-- cation Office. Building 818.
'" Position range from elemen elementary
tary elementary grades through college ana
Include vocational technical
courses. j

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: 1090 SicM Colon
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?- PjUSNTS
Today Thursday, Oct,
j.nn coat.nr Review

4:30What's your favorite (re-

nuests tasen py

till 3:00)
. -on .. NHIl

5:35 What's Your F a v o r 1 1

(cont'd)
6:00 Interlude
' 6:15 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30-iYour Dancing Party
7:00 Goon Show y
' 7:30-3Musitilarid USA
ftt aOProadlyiWeNHail -y
-8:30i-Tak7rPI'rdHi Here r
a-nnvnu 'skea- For W

, ; quests taken by phone

- 10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan.
J v J'sma-.' '-'"-'

t Il:00-Concert "Under The Stars

' 1 1 Tomorrow, Friday, Oct.

" 6:00-Sie On Alarm Clock

. Club treauests taken

by phone til) 7:00)
T-9nMornlna 'Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The WUdwood

. 8:30 Musical Reveiue
:00-.New,
:15-sacred 'Heart
q-5Aa 1 See It .

10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A t

- tcutex una oaoronoj

10:05 SDlns and Needles (re

quests taken by
' i' phqne till 8:30) v
ll:0o Newa -- . 4-

1 11:05 SpiM Andi Neettljsi

(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
' 12:00 New, .
. PJ.
1S:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M ELACH RINO MUSF
) ,, CALv.. :
12:30 Musical Travelog

'4:15 Musio Ot Manhattan
1:30 Son Of The Pioneer
1:45 songs at France
, 2:00 Tex Beneke Show

?:15 Fredd Martin Show
2:30 The iVlreinlans

; J;00 Hankf 6 n w And v His

, Rainbow Ranch Boyi
' 3;15 fianimy Kaye Show r
,3:30 Mufeic For Friday .'
i4:00 Feature Review

, -4:30 Whafa Your Favorite (rH

tiU3:00)

: 8:30 Newa i
fi:35-i-What'e jreur F a t o r 1 1
v (cont'd)
' 8:00 Interlude I
! ff: 13 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
'8:30i-Your Dancing Party,
: 6:45 Interlude
7: 00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From : OA
8 : 00 Elizabethan Theater -"8:30
Hancock's Half Hour
8:00 You. Asked For It (re
. quests taken by phone
til) 7:30) r
10:30-Call AH Forces (BBC)
11:00 Jaa Till Midnight -13:00
Sign OIL

town Chattanooga, where presl

dentiar aldv S h e r n Attzams

makes a soeech today.

In South Carolina, State Sen.

James Hugh McFaddin 0f Clarert Clarert-don
don Clarert-don County, originating point for

one of the cases .that led to .the
1954 Supreme Court desegregation
decision. ... urged I that all draft

boards in SouthCarolina resign.
,' Aska Understanding v
The president of the University
nf South Carolina, former Assis

tant Secretary of State Donald S.
n i : j rr J .

nussei, saia in a speecu jucu;
night, "the South deserves not bay

onets and demagogic denuncia

tions tbut symphathy and under

standing and patiece and an
open mind." 1
Former iouth Carolia Gov.
James F. Byrnes said he has re

ceived more mail irom, me iwwi
than from the South praising a
soeech he made last week attack

ing the use of federal troops at

Little Rock,
The developmets were the lat latest
est latest in a sustained flow .ol criti criticism
cism criticism from the South since troops

were sent to supervise the entry
of Negro children in Little Rock's
Central High School. The Presi President's
dent's President's action has drawn little sup support
port support in the region.-

Tne Florida senate new up con consideration
sideration consideration of .other provisions in

the state's new charter and fo

cused attention on a clause which
would allow the state to subsidize
students in private schools rather

than submit to desegregation.

GOP Leader Quits

In the Mississippi development,
Republican National Commitee Commitee-man
man Commitee-man E. O. Spencer said his resig resignation
nation resignation was n protest of the Pres President's
ident's President's action. He wired Eisen Eisen-hower
hower Eisen-hower that the use of troops "com "completely
pletely "completely destroyed" the Citizens for
Eisenhower organization in the
state. ... . a.
Wirt Yerger, Jr., chairman of
the State Republican Executive
Committee, joined Spencer in criti criticizing
cizing criticizing the President, but said a
two-party system is still ''Missis ''Mississippi's
sippi's ''Mississippi's and the Sdutb's only hope."
Georgia Gov. Marvin Griffin
commented, again on the Little
Rock matter, saying he believes

the President is a "captive of Re-

puoucan party political strate strategists."
gists." strategists." He said in his opinion Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower does not realize "the ser seriousness
iousness seriousness of his Action in Arkansas"

A penetrating appraisal of the

man; who more than any other,
personified the truly conserva conservative
tive conservative tradition in America, has

been written by Louis M. Hacker
whose biography of Alexander

Hamilton is .. among the books

placed in circulation this week

oy tne Canal Zone Library,

"Alexander Hamilton in the

American Tradition" is of espe

cial interest at thie time since
this year is being observed as

the 200th anniversary of the pa

triot's oirtn.

wis accommisnments are as

significant today as they were

durinsr the early days of the

United States.

The list of new books and their
authors announced bv the Libra

ry iuuuw. .

Pnyslcs for Everyone. Reiser:

Bullets on the Brazos, 1 BUshop:

Rawhide Rounduo.' Br aire- The

American Way of Government,

De Grazla; Essays on Music, Ein Einstein;
stein; Einstein; Death Strikes Out. Flnlev:

AFL-CIO : Labor United. Gold

berg: Alexander Hamilton in the

American Tradition, Hacker: The

iscno oi oreece, Hamilton: wom

an Surgeon. La Roe; Mandl's
Television Servicing; Mandl; Al Al-bacora,
bacora, Al-bacora, Marron1: Oo It Alone La Lady!,
dy!, Lady!, Meyer; English for Business,
Parkhurst; Graf Spee, Pope: Mo Motive
tive Motive for Murder, Reed; Small
Boat Mechanics Handbook, Rob Robber
ber Robber son; Death is My Shadow,
Ronns: pistols at Potters Ford,

xr,h quests taken., by phonefstanley: The Year of mv Re.

oirtn. stuart: Structural Essen Essentials,
tials, Essentials, of English. Whitehall: For

Love of Martha, Winter; Court

esy in euDue service, woodward.

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Dorothy McOuire In
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DEATH of a SCOUNDREL"
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TEN-DOtLAR CHECK Carlos Wedmeyer, left,- of the Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Division,, Engineer r Section, U.S. Army Caribbean, re receives;
ceives; receives; a $10 check and a suggestion award certificate rrom
Joseph Dimpfl, .right, administrative assistant. a. recent
ceremony at corozal. Wedmeyer's award-winning suggestion
was to Consecutively number pins displayed in the Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster self-service store to aid customers in locating thcin?
Wedmeyer is one of the many Engineer Section employes who
has submitted suggestions to- the Project Paydirt program.
, :) (U.S. Army Photo)

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WASHINGTON, Oct. J ,(TJp)

The evidence Ms piling up that
southern leaders are thinking
hard about the fact that the
South is being cut adrift pollti-
The Influence of southernesrj
In the councils of the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic party gradually has : been
pinched off. Southern votes cast
tor Republican presidential can candidates
didates candidates have gained no influence
there for the southern point of
view 'v ''-
What to do about all of this is
something southern Democratic
spokesmen and office holders
must now consider ajong with
the significant fact, that the new
Negro vote in the South- may be
coming" up with new leaders and
new office holders.
t The direction of southern po political
litical political thinking was indicated
last week by, James P. Byrnes of
South' Carolina, a qualified
spokesman for his state, south
Carolina is one of those in the
South committed by Its legisla legislature
ture legislature to d?'fy racial integration
in the schools by every legal
means.
He served in the House and

Senate, as associate justice of

the supreme .Court, as secretary
of state and,i more recently, as
governor of South Carolina.

At Bennettsvuie. s.c last

week, Byrnes snipped out a pat pattern
tern pattern for southern political ac action
tion action and oblectives, as follows:

Notwitnstaname the noiiucai

gloom which now surrounds us,
the South mas' be restored to its
place in the councils of the na nation
tion nation if Its leaders, forgetting ail
political differences, will now

begin to organize for a united
South.

You may be sure that, under

present conditions, no mn
South of the Potomac will be
placed on the presidential ticket
of either party unless that man

is willing to betray his people.

But. if you organize and let

the people know the southern
states are not in the bag for ei either
ther either political party, we may
have some chance of securing

written pledges that will assure

some respect for the U.S. Con Constitution
stitution Constitution and a greater respect
for local; government."

That s about it. Byrnes pres prescription
cription prescription Is that the South find a
political alliance within which
it may regain a substantial voice

in the making of national pol

icy, it seems more likely tnat tne

South will jeo it alone politically

than establish .the jwiitlcar am

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A LONG LINE During the general strike in Buenos Aires," Argentina,- crowds are waiting i
to board one of the few; buses available. Armed guards can be seen in" the, picture.' l

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t e. SPc.j pint l.M at Bells Vista
Supermarket, and all local commissaries.

ance Byrnes suggested.
The natural policy which the
South most urgently desires to
establish would relate to the
over-all problem of race rela relations,
tions, relations, what sen. .Richard B. Rus Russell
sell Russell (D-Ga.) termed the comin comin-gllng
gllng comin-gllng of the White and Negro
races.. '' '" y:
VJ5. ,Ne'ws and World Report
estimates In its current lssne

that four-million Negro voters
hold balance of power in 14
States outside the South. These
14 range from Maryland with
15 6 per tent to California with
4.0 per cent of Negro voters. The
others are Delaware, Illlnpis, In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mis Missouri;
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' KEW Y6BK, (UP) Fraley's
follies and the weekend .ooihall
"Wianers" along with some hits,
' runs' and errors from me vki-u
Series. .....
Game of the Wk
Oregon over UCLA This is a
Jick'.'em game and Oregon took
ft liimps the last time out. But,
hooting for a Rose Bowl berth,
Oregon figures to bounce back
hereJ
The Eait
PrUcetown over Columbia Bob
!Huhl is 'Milwaukee; fastest.
Navy over North Carolina Bob
furley'S fireball is quicker.
irmy over Penn State Warren

YaJe over Brown They'll
cream "spitter' at, Lew Burdette.
Penn over Dartmouth The blue
plate special.
" Also: Bucknell over Temple,
Cornell over Harvard, B.U. over

Syracuse, Rutgers over Connecti Connecticut,
cut, Connecticut, Holy Cross over Dayton, Bos Boston
ton Boston College over Quantico, La La-Fayette
Fayette La-Fayette over Buffalo and Villano Villano-V
V Villano-V over Florida State.
:':' i The South
Duke over Maryland Casey
Stengel is woried over injuries.
Florida over Kentucky He has
a right to be.
': Tennessee over Mississippi State
-He' lost one out o: eight, series series-Baylor
Baylor series-Baylor over Miami Because
three guys were hurt.
Vanderbilt over Alabama The
Braves are better of physicallv.

Ai$o: Mississippi over Hardin
Simmons, North Carolina State I
vr Clemson, Auburn over Chat-'

tanooga, Furman over George

Washington, Wake forest over

Virginia and VPI over W. a M.

Tho Southwost

Texas' over South Carolina Bob

Hazle can be the series Cincerella
man.
LSU over Texas Teeh-Hazle got
about to quit baseballt last year.
Rice over Standord His wife
talked him into another season.
LSU over Texas TechtTHazle got
a chance when Bruton was hurt.

Also: Oklahoma over Iowa Slate
and Oklahoma State over Wichita.
The Midwest
Notre Dame over Indiana
Johnny Logan was scouted by the
Yanks and Dodgers.

Minnesota over Purdue He

didn't know which to take.

Michigan over Georgia Riz-

zuto and Reese convicted him.
Iowa over Washington State
He took the Braves.

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! Also: Illinois over Colgate, Wis

consin over West Virginia, Oregon
State over Northwester, Nebraska
Detroit, Missouri over Texas Ag Aggies,
gies, Aggies, Tulane over Marquette,
Houston over Cincinnati.

The We t
Pitt over USC Joe Adcock is
th slowest brave.
Michigan State over California
Yogi' Berra is the Yankee slue slue-foot.
foot. slue-foot. Ohio State over Washington Washington-Hank
Hank Washington-Hank Aaron is the fleetest Brave,

Colorado over Kansas But

Mantle is the fastest of
over Idaho.

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Panama and Colon have been
invited to participate 1n Sun
day's regatta under the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of the 'Club de Yates
y Pesca de Panama.
Feature event of the regatta
will be an open yacht race
from Pena Prieta (Bella Yista)
to Taboga and back in honor
of President Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr.
With starting time set for t
p.m. Sunday, the regatta will
also include three other races
for boats of different sizes.
Trophies will be awarded for
all events by, Colpan Motors,
the local Mercury and Ford
dealer.
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Entries for the regatta are
still open, according to Ed Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, the winner of the first
presidential yactvt race held in
Bocas del Toro in 1955. Abbott
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tee committee for Sunday's regatta.
All races will start from the
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By FRED DOWN 7
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP) Whitey Ford, the
little southpaw who pitches the big games for the
New York Yankees, seems to have a clear path today
toward becoming the most successful World Series

pitcher of all time.
The 28-year-old Ford's 3-1 vlc-

torv over the Milwaukee Braves

in yesterday's 1957 opener, mark marked
ed marked his fifth triumph in a series
career dating back to his rookie
Campaign in 1950. He is only two
victories behind the series mark
held Jointly by ex-Yankee he heroes
roes heroes Red Ruffing and Allie

Reynolds and should draw six to
eight more starting shots before

he hangs up his glove.
Whitey, a cocky kid when he
came up but a real seasoned
pro now, can expect to pick up
at least one, and perhaps two
more starts, In the current se series.
ries. series. And, unless the Yankees
suddenly lose their magic
touch, he can expect series
starts in four or five of the
next eight years.
By contrast, Ruffing did not

win his first series game until
he was 30 vears old and Reyn

olds had won exactly one series
came when he was 28 years old.

Both have 7-2 series marks and

share the all-time mark.

home," Ford said after yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's triumph. "V,
"The series' check'U be the
same-so why not spread the glo-

Ford may be one of the most
under-rated pitchers In baseball
because he never has acquired
that well-known badge of the
first-class hurler -- a 20-victory

season. The Dig reasons ior ima,

however, are that the Yankees
like to spread the work around
among their pitchers more tyian

most teams una possioie ana
that Whitey suffered a sore
arm at the beginning of the

current season.
"I hope I never have to go
through that again,'? he said.
"I laid awake nights wondering
whether I'd feel sore, when I
.pitched the next day.' I looked
in the mirror and said, 'Yon
could be through.' But I'm
okay again now and I hope I've
shaken those miseries forever."
With a- six-year record of 91

I victories and 33 losses Ford is

A fellow with an eye for tneitne most successiui pucner m

dollar, Ford says he'll be per- the majors, percentagewise
fectlv satisfied if he's done all (.734). Barring unforeseen de-

the pitching he's going to do in

this 1957 series.

"I think it would be just de delightful
lightful delightful if Casey (Stengel)
started four different pitchers
in four games and we all went

Relay To Double McDougqld
Reese's Top Series Thrill

vfiloDments he'll also have

line in the record,book, to ptfowl

he man t lose nis stun wnen rne
New York branch of the Young
Executives of America got down

to their autumn worK.

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Seymour' Agency 9

Evinrune I

El Panama Hotel 6

Agewood 6
Carta Vieja
Ahstin 4

The Davids rose up and smote

the Gouaths last Friday night in

ih e Classic Bowline League when

the three lowest teams took over

tne three top teams.

Al oi the matches were derid

ed by a 3-1 margin.

Churk Aimeda, 582: and Don

Rudy, 572; led Cara Vieja in their
conquest of Agewood. The lead leaders
ers leaders ior Agewooa lor Dal Knoll and
Pepe Damian.

Austin, with only three men on

the alleys, took tne measure of
Evinruae. Tato Samaniego, 5 9 9,
and Dan Thomas, 565, scored high

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Ed Allen, 371: El Panama Hotel

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thud and a 465 series a.ter his
terrific series in the Mixed League
a couple of nights beiore. Chuck
Bowers again led the insurance insurance-men
men insurance-men from Seymour Agency.

McGaughey 150 141T 113 ki
Hopep 192 113 183 488
Spinney 193 178 169 (540
817 745 796 2358
1 1, 1 3
818 746 797 2361
vs. ELKS
Crawford 159 154 133 446
Stone 123 143 133" 399
Orvis 152 122 188 462
Sanders 190 182 159 .531
Colbert 170 180 204 554
GRANTS STANDFAST
DeVol 181 135 166 482
Brooks 165 167 161 493
Graham 153 167 169 489
Johnson 192 135 157 484
St. John 167 179 198 544
858 783 851 2492
vs. POLICE ASSN.
Stewart 171 173 148 492
McGraw 125 136 119 380
Tully 117 142 135 394
Guest 167 118 167 452
Martin 160 168 191 519
740 737 760 2237
15 15 15 45

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Pte Wtt
Reese won't b in the World
Series. But he has been in seven
as shertftep for the Dodgers,
which more than qualifies him
to talk of what a Series means to
a ballplayer.)
Bv PEE WEE REESE

NEW YORK (NEA) 1 knew
Gil JVIcDoueald bad gone a step

Dast second base. I saw him out

of the comer of my eye as I head-f

ed well out on the grass in left
iield to take a relay.
So I knew I had a chance to

double McDougald at first base if

Sandy Amoros could catch the long

and high tly Yogi Berra hit to the

wrong field and straight down the
leit field; line.

This was the seventh and decid

ing game of the 1955 World Series

and nobody was out in tne sixtn
iinine. .Inhnnv Podres had "walked

Billy Martin. McDpugald beat out

that would have meant a two-run

triple probably, had the ball, not

been caugnt. j ,.

But there was little Amoros

running, running, running. Oh, how
he ran. He went flush to the line,
stuck out his gloved right hand
and. ..made the catch. He would
not have made the catch had he not

been left-handed.

Like the first World Series I was
in -ithat was in iq41. The first
World Series I ever saw was in
1937 at Yankee Stadium and I
hadn't played a game of organized
baseball. So here it was, only four
years later, and I was playing
shortstop in a World Series at
Yankee Stadium.
I'd hit .229 curing the .regular
season and I was wondering if I'd
be able to get a hit, any kind of
a hit," against that Yankee pitch

ing. But I got three of them' off

Hed Buffing mnd you'd be sur surprised
prised surprised what hitting a pitcher of

that type can do for you.

That was the Series m which
Mickey Owen missed that third
strike and that's one I doubt any

body e,ver can forget. Something
else happened during that Series

which souldbe mentioned.

rteese was on second base with
none out in the second game at
Yankee Stadium and Leo Duro
cher flashed the bunt sign. The
blunt went, into the air toward the
screen. Bill Dickey, the Yankee
catcher, and Red Rolfe, the third
baseman, went for it. Dickey
made the catch. I tagged1 second
base and headed for thirn. I
thought I could beat Phil Rizzuto,
the shortstop who would cover, to
third base. -
Dickey threw quickly and Reese
didn't beat Rizzuto. The1 Dodgers
dugout was on the first base side
and it was about the longest walk
I've ever taken.
I learned something from that,
too.
I wouldn't mind being able to
put all this to good use in this
year's World Series, either.

Coleman Care(uIv;
Aboul How He Plays
Game Says SfncjeJ

MARGARITA LEAGUE
. Third Week
The B.P.O.E. 1542 maintained
their lead last Tuesday night by

taxing an easy three points from

the cellar dwelling Aces. Colbert

and Sanders led the Elks with a

554 and 531 respectively. Colbert's
series took Class A and his high
204 game was the only 200 same

bowled in the league. Sanders 554

took Class b this week which

makes his second series win.

The high handicap teams, Shrin-

ers ana repsi-coia rolled each

oiner witn me snnners giving up
25 pins to the Soft Drink bovs.

iney ronea lairiy even and end

ed up with a spbt for award for

mis week.

Grant's Standfast must have

tnat win-ai lose-all attitude. In

three weeks of btowling they

have won ad (4) twice and lost

au once. They won all this week
from the Police Assn. St. John led
the Scotch Men with a 544 while

Martin's 519 led the Cops.

Wnght Bros, moved into fifth

piace on a split with Casa Yohroa.
Robinson paced the Yohros with
a 517, whose his last ball. Watson
and Dougao led the Plumbers
with a 485 and 488 respectively.

Elks
Grants Standfast
Shriners
Casa Yohros
Wright Bros.
Police Assn.
Pepsi-Cola
Aces

Spinney
Hogao
Colbert
Pinnegaa
Stilson
Hoppe
Bensea
St. Join :
Brooks
Martin
Hu'Vs
Jivre

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7
8
4
3
2

ACES
144
138

17
178 -172-11
172 i
169-4'
168-Si
165-7
165-4
164
162-7

Robinson

Cesterle
Brown
Finnegan
Hog a a

Wright
Butz
Gould
Watson
Dougan

CASA YOHROS
183 172 162 517
144 168 104 416
145 183 132 460
172 164 155 491
148 174 180 502

Perez

Chuljak

Tagaropulos
Kam
Yee

Blakely
Badders
Hughes
Judge
Carpenter

WRIGHT BROS.
139 189 127
. 140 153 167
121 164 116
184 136 165
161 150 175
745 792 750
42 42 42
787 834 792
PEPSI-COLA

88 92

178
167
113
152
698
25

172
126
124
111
625
25

143
145
116
135
112
651
25

455
460t
401
485
' 486
2287
126
2413
323
495
409
372
375
1974
i75

There wit no time to look or

think. Amoros fired the ball to me
and I wheeled and threw a strike
to Gil Hodges at first base well
before McDougald could scramble
back. McDougald had gone quite
a way past second base, you see.
Being the: middle man on that

double play was the biggest kick I
got out of seven World Series, We
went on to win the game, 2-0, and
the first 'world championship for
Brooklyn.

I've been in plenty of World Se

ries and shouldn't miss one, yon
might suspect. But that isn't the
case at all, and it's more than the
money you miss. From an on-the-

field standpoint, a World Series,
regardless of how many you've

been in, is one lone thrill. The sto

mach of even a veteran 'gets butterflies.

It's a different came entirely, the

realization of every boy who ever.

piayeci DasebalJ. There you are
the center of attention with mil

lions of people watching your ev

ery move. r or some reason, 10,

ouo people at a regular season

game seem to make more noise
than 70,000 at a Series. You're

tense and the fact so manv neoole

are being quiet seems to make it

worse.

You remember little thines from

woria Series.

NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP)

Two-time Marine Corps hero
Gerry Coleman is the New York

Yankees' surprise hitting star so

If ar in this World Series because

he is very careul aoout now ne
plays this game."
That's the explanation offered
by Yankees' manager Casey
Stengel, who picked the 33-year-old
Coleman to start yesterday's
opening game almost at the last
minute and was richly reward rewarded.
ed. rewarded. Coleman's big day included: a
double that was wasted, a single
that enabled him to score the
game's first run, a perfect
squeeze bunt that scored Yogi

Berra with the clincher, and a

World Series
Facts; Figures

NEW YORK( Oct. 3 (UP)
Facts and figures on the World
Series:
Rivals Milwaukee Braves
(National League) vs. New York
Yankees (American League).,
Winner First team to win
four games.
' First game soore New I'ork
(A) 3, Milwaukee (N) 1.
Remaining schedule 2nd
game at Yankee -Stadium, New
York, Thursday, Oct, 3; 3rd, 4tli
and 5th (if necessary) at Coun- t
ty Stadium, Milwsukkee, Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Oct. 6, Sunday, Oct. 7.
Monday, Oct. 8; 6th and 7th (il

necessary)' at Yankee, Stadium.

nerfect "middle man" nlav nm New York, Wednesday, Oct. : ,10

the double play that crushed the ; na unursaay, uci. ii

723 650
SHRINERS
109 137

119
tl28
192
165

676 2052

115
127
123
147

131
148
128
168
144

377
382
383
483

456

71t3 649 719 2081

161
152

164
167

4r,
'457

PACIFIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE
OF CLAYTON

Team w

Mistakes jo
Misled io
Misbehaved i

Misfire g

Mischief 7
Miscast 7

Missys 7
Mistit

In the Coffee and Donut leamie

at Clayton, the ladies who set a a-side
side a-side their daily household chores

for a few hours of bowling are put putting
ting putting on a close race. Only four
points, equivalent to a- one morn morning's
ing's morning's output, separate the top and
bottom teams.

Miscast S Mistakes 1
Man SeweU. as proficient on

the woodea boards as she is on
the turf of a golf course, led her
Miscasts to a 3 to 1 victory over
the Mistakes. Mare fired a 549 se series
ries series and had good support from

uiaays Wiley's 523. The Miscasts

lost the second game, but came
right back to win the last give

by ten pins. For the losers, "Mimi

Mpfreer hid a 4S1 scratch and only Mary Arnold

547 handicap set. Jo Andrew also cracked the 5f0 l.rire.

cracked the 500 barrier with a

505.

Misbehaved 3 Misfits 1
With Pat Hill and Roseanne Mor

risey on the beam, the Misbehaves
tallied three points and allowed
the Misfits to take the mid eame

for one point.t Hill registered a 544

ana Monsey a tidy 543. Not to

be overlooked was Mrs. Mack

who used her handican to a eood

advantage and totaled a net set of

au. f or the last nlace Misfits it

was Myrt Mangles with her 5t4

and Dod Chadderton 519. Gloria

Julian just broke through with a
507.

Missys 2 Mischiefs 2
This was one of those even-Ste

phen affairs. Itt was close all the
way. The Missvs took one came

by three pins and another by five.
Inez Davis the league leading keg keg-lerettee
lerettee keg-lerettee bowled a good 446 scratch
series but because of her low
handicap she did not break 500.

But her Mischief teammate d d

the trick when Thelma Guibert
knocked off 502. For the Missys
Eva Lee rolled away with the hon honors,
ors, honors, 539 set and Kit Van Ernst was
near by with '503. ;
f Misled 4 Miaflre-
The Misleds took al four points
but they needed their- handicaps

to accomplish this. Although the

Misfires spotted the Misieds 62

pins per game the results were
close, but the load was too much
for the Misfires to overcome when
fbey lost one game by 20 p i a a,

another by 12 and the last by 38. j
made it rough on the losers, be because
cause because they scored 514 and 537 iaa iaa-dicap
dicap iaa-dicap sets. For the Mifiirs it wa$

w:ta 5 3 that

Braves' best threat.

'T picked Coleman to start
that game because of his expe

rience," Casey said. "Gerry
knows every piay in the book

and he is very careful about how

he plays this game. He knows

what to do and then he ex-e-cutes
It very careful."

Coleman, who served In both
World War II and the Korean
War as a Marine fighter pilot,
got the nod over young fielding
whiz Bobby Richardson in the

llth-hour decision by Stengel.
His squeeze -bunt, which

pltcherf Ernie Johnson fielded

and threw to first base while
Berra scooted home with the
Yankees' third run, was the
most dramatic play In the. game
and 'came on a pitch that Cole Coleman
man Coleman described as "medium high

and a little, on the outside."

"Startinr times Yankee Sta

dium games at 1 p.m. (EDT)
and County Stadium games at 3 3-p.m.
p.m. 3-p.m. (EDT). v
Weather i. (2nd rame) Most

ly sunny, temperatures around
70.
Television Via NBC) Mel
Allen and Al Heifer mntnounc
ing. V
Radio Via NBC, Earl Gilles Gillespie
pie Gillespie and Bob Neal announcing, j
Favorite to win Series Yan Yan-ke
ke Yan-ke es, 13-5. -r v
Favorite to win 2nd game
Yankees, 6-5. v j j
Second game pitchers Yan Yankees
kees Yankees Bobby Shants (11-5)
Braves, Lew Burdette (17-9). T
Rival managers Yankees,
Casey Stengel; Braves, Fred Ha-
ney. V r-. .f;.-t: 1
Pastf Series records Yankees

won 17, lost 5; Braves (as BoS-,,

"": a esZr Pitch tojton Bra'ves) won 1, lost 1.

bunt than It would have been if

it were a little higher," he ad
mitted.-

Can Buddy Parker
Maintain 'Jinx'

Over Grid Browns!

Boo TTRL WRIGHT

Can Bcddy Parker maintain' his

jinx over Paul Brown's Cleveland

Browns?

That's one of the in teres tine

questions National Footbal League

ians can muu over Defore Parker
Steelers Slav host to the Browni

Saturday night at Pittsburgh.

in six seasons as coach of the
Dtroit Lions. Parker comnilfd

record of 10 victories, one tie and

one loss in championship, regular
season and exhibition competition
against the : Browns. No. ether
coach has been so succesful
against Brown's dub. v 1

The Browns are favtored bv Si4

points aeainst the Steelers. The

Meeiers are picked to win.

Attendance 1st game, 69,47.

Met receipts 1st game, f zs,
346.72. i
Players' share $216,926.88
(players share in' receipts of
first four games only).
Commissioner's ', share 14
game, $63,802.01. r v s
American League's share
1st game, $36,154.47.
National League's share 1st
game, $36,154.47. 1
Yankees' share 1st game,
$36,154.47. '
Braves' share 1st game $36,
154.47. ':'.-. '

to whip the Eagles at 'Philadel 'Philadelphia'
phia' 'Philadelphia' and the Chicago Bears are
5Vi' point favorites to -defeat the
Colts at Baltimore in the other

Saturday night games. The Giants

and -Bears are picked to Wis.
- In Sunday's action: the -Cardi-

nals are sevenm- point choices te
defeat the Washington Redskins at

Chicago, the Packers are six-point
choices against the Lions at Green
Bay and the Los Aneelei Kami

are favored, over the Forty-Mners
by the same margin for their

game at San Francisco. The Car

dinals. Lions Slid Fnrt."inr mrm

The Giants are stx-point choices picked to win.

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Sth Annual F6 Mi. Hope Jomottow Night

THURSDAY, OCTOBER J, 1957

fa

By MURRAY
ptrw ."iov Ttnhhv Boyd. lit
tle bow-legged sophomore i r om
sfi-'.- Who wasnt .even
lilted among the promising new
comers. i' next year.
ican at OWboma. ). .the scatback:
with "lie starred legs (knee oper-
o w i uttm of intent) outi
not delivered for Southern Metho:
dist. .his frank reason: he fig-h.-Miifihff
were in a Ks-
in cvclrfand"! want to pUy
with a winner.". v : v ..
Prentice Gautt, first Ntgre
foot-baiter at Oklahoma, may
never play on losinf team. .
h earn t the all winnina
Sooner from an Oklahoma Ci City
ty City highf achel which had raclc
d up straight.
mil frWuetief. called the best
guard Bud Wilkinson's ever coach coached
ed coached (and he was preceded by five
Sooner All-Americas at the posi
tion In, the last decade), doesnt
the 221 he's listel at
actually bends, the scales at 216
but the day of the offreial weigh weigh-in
in weigh-in he was crammed with fried
chicken. .
Jin Wtatherall, an Oklaho.
man now with, the Philadelphia
Eagles, sums up tht magic of
Wilkinson: "Just living in -the
same town with him for four
years' Is bound to' make abet abet-ter
ter abet-ter man of you.". . His num number
ber number em aswt; "There's no on
hotter at: talking to parents." ..
Army's Red Blaik doesn't pass
up a good thing Tom Catlin
is the latest in a string of Sooner
All-Americas who went into sery sery-ice
ice sery-ice and wound up as gridiron as assistants
sistants assistants on duty at the Point. .
Blaik also has learned apprecia
tion for the pros he first brougnt
in Dick Vons, the Kaydets' bril brilliant
liant brilliant young line coach, from the
Rams. And Voris this year
slumped hard for the Old Man to
hire Frank Lauterbur from the
Baltimore Colts, so he'd have
company watching the Sunday pro
telecasts. .
Football playora travel on
: thoir stomach, too. .Jim Mc Mc-i
i Mc-i Cusker, a 245-pound broth of a
I boy from Jaimstown, N.Y
j chose plai '. his .football :,;.
Pitt oeausoavisitd a lot of
I schools. I liked th "food lrr
? Asslsftni i Pifti is Bob PoUock;
an all-East taekle last year. .who
snubbed the local Steelers because
he wants to go to dental scnooi
and can't see football after 1) get getting
ting getting a bunged-up knee patched to together,
gether, together, 2) his ears which pro protruded,
truded, protruded, pinned hack, and 3) bis
football nose straightened out.;
Chances are Charley Caldwell;
,' on sick leave from Princeton,
I won't return to active coaching
again. (
' How Lynn Chandnols found out
he was through with the Steelers:
Coach Buddy. Parker called in the
veteran back and asked softly,
"Lynn, have you ever thought of
retiring?',' .'-Why no coach, I
. still have another good year or
two' left in me.". ."That's the
trouble' Packer lowered the axe.
"We don't want any players a a-round
round a-round here with only 'a year or
two left.'
' Harry Stuhldreher of the fam-
ad Pour Horsomon is' in a fami
y tiriyvi .pop may have block-
ad for Notna Dame, but his
I yoongMt.'vm is priming to bo a
ballet dancer. .
Does Iowa State, the next pat patty
ty patty on tht .Sooner schedule, fear
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Oklahoma?. '. .Cracks new Cy Cyclone
clone Cyclone coach Jim Meyer: "Heck,
naw, they're the ones that're
scared resting up a whole week
before they play us.". .
" P.itwtan you'n'me, the one
Wilkinson manouver that has
us stumped is how Bud gets a a-way.
way. a-way. with his blatant coaching
from the sidelines during a
game. . H
UP College
Grid Ratings
- NEW YORK ( UP) The United
Press college football ratings
(witn first piace votes in paren
theses):
Team Points
1 Oklahoma (27) 388
2. Michigan State 4) 276
3. Minnesota 232
4 Texas A and M (1) 169
5. Oregon State 145
6. Navy 121
7. Iowa (1) 112
8. Michigan 306
9. Duke (1) 82
10. Auburn 72
Second ; 10 tams 11, "Baylor,
64; 12, Army '46 13 Texas Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, 31T 14; Georgia Tech, 29; 15",
Nortnf-Carowa.-staje, zu; at,
yCLAWl72 TlxM ilf,' 12; 18,
Stanford, lip 1, Mississippi, 10;
20Fenn State, j.
" Others Notr Dame 5; Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, 4; Rice and Southern Methodist-
3 each, Arkansas and Wash
ington State, 2 eacn,
Sports Briefs
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GETS UNC.LI'S NUMBER
DETROIT (UP) The Detroit
Red Wings have signed right wing
Gumming Burton, a nephew of the
late Red Wings' immortal Larry
Aurie. The young rookie was as assigned
signed assigned uniform No. 6, which was
retired when his uncle ended his
hockey career nearly two decades
ago.
WORKSOP, England (UPV-Sev-
eral members of the United States
Ryder Cup golf team are being
treated for sore throats but are
expected to be ready lor the start
of the Cup matches against Brit
ain's best pro goiters Friday. The
Americans posted scores ranging
from 72 to 76 during Monday's
practice on the local pap 70
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The' eighth annual football Jam Jamboree,
boree, Jamboree, traditionally the -official o o-pener
pener o-pener of Canal Zone (ootbail sea season,
son, season, is slated for tomor(pw night
at. Mount Hope Stadium with
queen Ginny Kleefkens of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal ,Tigers playing host to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High, C.Z. Junior College and
the Athletic Club.' t
Opening ceremonies, which in include
clude include the presentation ofj the four
football Jamboree queens; will be begin
gin begin at 7 o'clock. Besdies 9 u e e n
Ginny J; three other lovelies will
parade before the stands' prior to
me DesinmnB oi nosuuues.- dwy
Crowe wil represent the defend
ing champions, Bainoa mgn, witn
Maureen Kessler. Queen: of Jun
ior College, and Gracie Lombana,
who was chosen yueen onne Atn
letic Club. 1 .'
from Balboa High ranks as favor
ites to cop their third consecutive
Jamboree title and fourth in the
eieht vears of its existence.
The Bulldogs retired tne travel
ing troohv last year, making it
necessary for the Cristobal Stu
dents' Association to offer anoth'
er trophy for the $57 winners, this
one to remain the permanent pos-
f I L
session oi me wiuuer luiuuiuw
night. '
Junior touege has two J am do
ree titles unoer tneir Dens, laau
and 1953, and is -anxious to move
up into the exclusive circle of
three-time winners. The ch o s t s,
CHS, and the Athletic Club have
one each. Numerically, J.C. is
stronger than they ver have been
since the innauguration of tackle
football with a staff of 22 players,
most of which are Qualified erpe
rienced performers.
The Athletic Club also has an
experienced staff of gridders. while
the Tigers from Cristobal will be
seeking their first Jamboree title
since 1951 with a crew of eager
hiistlers the likes of which have
not been seen working out at
Strode Field for many a yeas.
Ticket sales have been going
wei ii or tnis event ana many more
wil be on sale at the Sate tomor
row night. The gate opens to the
. U 1 : r.on : . i i
puuuc ai o.ou p.m. in oraer mat
early seat-seekers will not be. de
nied.
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Mich. State
Oklahoma In

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- By NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK (UPr Michigan1
State's Big Ten powerhouse moved
up to a challenging position be behind
hind behind first-place Oklahoma in ihe
United Press college football rat ratings
ings ratings today, and Iowa and Auburn
advanced amons the top 10 teams.
While Oklahoma was idle, Mich Michigan
igan Michigan Sta(e opened its season with
a crushing 54-0 victory over Indi
ana and jumped two places to
second. In points, coach Duffy
Daugherty's Spartans cupped Ok
lahoma's margin of last week
from 130 to 62. The Sooners "had
338 out of a possible 350 points to
Bin Ttn Dominates
The 35 coaches who make up
the United Press rating boaid
placed four Big Ten teams among
mis weeK S top ju. Besides ivucn-igan-State,
there was Minnesota
m third place, Iowa in seventh
and Michigan in eighth.
Texas A and M, Oregon State and
Navy occupied the fourth through
seventh rankings ana uuge ana
Auburn were ninth and 10th. Au
burn. 7-0 upset winner over '''en
nessee, made the biggest ad vane
of the week, vaulting all the way
from a tie for 2tth Dlace.
Twenty seven of the leading
coaches, whose ratines have be
come recognized as the most au authoritative
thoritative authoritative in college football,
made Oklahoma their No. 1
choice. Four voted lor Michigan
State and one each for Texas
A and M. Iowa, Duke and 17th-
ranked Texas.
Georgia Tech Drops
Minnesota jumped up two
notches to third place, Oregon
State advanced five p'aces to
fifth, Navy went from seventh to
sixth and Iowa from 12$ to sev seventh.
enth. seventh. Texas A. and M andv Michi Michigan
gan Michigan each fell two places from last
theses):
Georgia Tech, tied oy southern
Methodist, and Tennessee, beaten
by Auburn, dropped out ot the
top 10 this week.
u?hg
imported

Vie

Challengingy
Grid Ratings

Baylor headed the second 10
group for the secoixl week in a
row, followed in order by Army,'
Texas Christian, Georgia Tech,
North Carolina State. UCLA, Tex
as, Stanford, Mississippi and Penn
State. Other team ihnt attracted
points this week were Notre
Dame. Pittsburgh, Rice, Southern
Methodist. Arkansas and Wash-:
ington State.
SCATBACK (Bob Ward weighs
no more than 160 pounds, but
Notre Dame is counting on him
for yardage.
reasons
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Dodgers Leaving
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Replaced Giles
By CONNIE RYAN

NEW YORK. Oct. 3 (UP)
President Warren Giles of the
National League said today ne IS
convinced that the Brooklyn
Dodgers will move to Los Ange-
les, but that he Is equally sure
there will be a National League,
team in New York for the 1958
season. ; -i
Yesterrinv the NT. owners Rave
the Dodgers until Oct. 15 to
make formal decision of their
intentions. Yesterday originally,

was the deadline, DUt tne D003- practice sessions, inougn we ti tiers
ers tiers can't do anything until the1 ger roster lists Jim Brooks, Kleth
T.n, Ana,.!. Mtv. council takes Gulig and Bill Gibson as firsts.

formal action, now scheduled for
next Monday. .. ,j
"T am niilta frto!n th 1)0(1 IT.
n ..,(11 mnuA t I n Artirftlf!."
Giles said. "Even if the Los Ari-!
geles City Council should vote
Hnm th ni-eai.nl-.' nrnnonal T

believe the Dodgers will make Ters have on their roster. Un Un-r.
r. Un-r. 6 fortunately Williams action will

"But the National League will
lv 4 VT... Vv.b fnK 1 0Q lir mill
have a team in the city."
He refused to say which team
he believes will take the move
to replace the New York Giants,
who already have announced
their move to San Francisco,
and the Dodgers.
The Cincinnati Redlees have
peen tne no. i cano.ic.ase to com
into New York, if owner Powe
Crosley can be persuaded to sell
to new owners who plan the
change. It has been reported1
that Crosley is willing to sell, but
wants to sell only on condition
that the franchise remain in
Cincinnati.
If the Redlegs don't move, the

other candidates are the P:us-,j0se

burgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and football experience, but he's rough
Philadelphia Phils. A New York and tough and apparently
businessman told United Press knows not the meaning ofthe word
last week he Is a member of a I "fear." This youngster has been
group which is trying; to buy any hitting hard against the best and
Qf the four teams with Intention the biggest, hut due to inexperi inexperi-of
of inexperi-of bringing the franchise to New ence has not yet earned aposi-

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By TREVOR SIMONS
Several gridders that fall Into
the classification of "second
string" figure to play a more im
portant role that the title imnlies
in Cristobal's ambitious aims for
m upset victory in the 1957 foot-
ball season. In fact, so close is the
battle for a starting slot in some
of the positions, the term "second
string" hardly seems applicable,
. Prominent among those is Don
aid Humphrey a speedy fierce
competitor who will share the Tig
er quarterbacking with Wendy
Sasso. Don is the kind of athlete
that gives you 100 effort every
time, never letting up even during
there will be no weakening of the
,,,""
at CBCU nail.
Boseman throws good accurate
short passes and Williams is as
Sood a broken field ruhner as the
WJ MM.tJtoj
entire Williams clan is scheduled
to move to Florida.
- oiiwaviv ii.vh.ouvi
Track star Charlie Detore, put
ting in his first year of football
for Cristobal, is a senior, but this
lad is fast and well capable al
catching passes. Detoro's inexpe inexperience
rience inexperience will be somewhat of a hand)
cap, but his speed and perfect co
ordination might well be put to
good use for the Tiger cause Xhere
is Herb Spectre, a fine blocking
back recentiy transferred from the
Pacific Side and plaving his first
seaSon for the Blue and Gold.
i have recently been impressed
by the work-outs of a couple of
"reshmen that could be very much
jn the battle for the '57 title. One,
Crooks, is in vast need of
tion on the Tiger squad.

Rags

Another freshman, George Cot-1
ton, is destined to have a good
grid future with the Tigers and
might even see limited action in the
Cristobal backfield this year. This
youngster not only looks good, but
he's big too, which is not a com
mon sight on Cristobal teams.
a BULLDOO SURVBY
Last Thursday night's Red-Whito
game, the annual Baibo High in in-tersquad
tersquad in-tersquad contest, was a sight to
behold. It is true that tht field was
made sloppy by heavy rains, but
it is also true that I have seen loc local
al local football fields as sloppy where
the play did not' match the field.
If it was Balboa's Intent, not to
show anything in aft effort to lull
the onlooking opposition into an'
overconfident state of mind, then
they were, not successful. They suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded only in creating an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of wanting to go home a a-mong
mong a-mong the fans. If they were trying
to play football,- then 'again they
failed, for. Thursday rWglH's fias fiasco
co fiasco was, at its best, boring, 1
One freshman Bob Ralhgeber,1
a little halfback oh the white team
did show the spectators some good
running and among the" others,
ciuartcrback Joe Reynolds and
Gary Ness, halfbakk and fullback
who lettered for the 1956 Bulldogs,
looked ready for a good season.'
But there will be no denying th
Bulldogs when the Jamboree rolls
around tomorrow night for then
team will not be divided into two
and Charlie French and, Bruce
Bateman will be the big reckUn
ing forces of the Red and White.
But both Cristobal High and Ju
nior College will be hoping that
Balboa performs as they did in in-the
the in-the Red-White game, for if they
do they could be a "soft touch..'.
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'SKINS SIGN SHULA
WASHINGTON (UP) The
Washington Redskins have signed'.
Don Shula, a defensive hslfbaclf
who was released recently by the :
Baltimore Colts. Shula, a veteran -of
the National Footbal1 League,
served as Baltimore's team cap captain
tain captain for three years.
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.' WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)
lhairman Harry F. Byrd. of the
lenatev Finance Committee saw
May that president Eisenhower
tplated the Intent Of Congress
? laailinii to make a b11.
fash itf federal spending this

' The Virginia Democrat, leader
, (the Senate economy bloc, saw
' 'rlse of 200 million dollars in
. kderal spending rates since last
knuary also "diminishes the
ossibilitv of any worthwhile tax
eduction" when Congress re returns
turns returns in January. .
Byrd's language Indicated,
Bwever, that helhas not com com-letely
letely com-letely afiandoneope of some
ix relief next session. But he
ttil tax reductions would be jus-
Itied only If government spend spend-'
' spend-' it can be trimmed.
iThe senator levelled his charge
' gainst Eisenhower in a formal
. tatement on the admlnistra-

Qn's midyear budget review, is-
ued yesterday.
- He report estimated federal
pending; for the current fiscal
ear at 72 billion dollars, ud 200
alllion dollars from Eisenhow Eisenhow-t'a
t'a Eisenhow-t'a January forecast. Federal
' pcomi was nut at $73,500,000, $73,500,000,-,
, $73,500,000,-, 00. down 100 million dollars
torn January.
As a result, the surplus for the

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fas expected to be about Si, -,
00,000.000. Budget Director Per-
' W Urimrtnc nromntlv P-
' lelled this too small to permit

jiw tax deductions now.
Bvrd, whose finance commlt commlt-ee
ee commlt-ee handles tax legislation, said
' he Democratic-controlled Con Confess
fess Confess chooped about six billion
lollars off the chief executives
eauests for new money last. es es-,
, es-, Ooft-He said he has urged the
Resident to trim actual spend-
by a like amount.
: But instead, he said, the ad ad-1
1 ad-1 iflnistration "obviouslv is using
msnent funds left over rom

(revious appropriations to keep
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building, "PORTOFINO" in 68th
Street, El Cangrsjo. Phone 3 3-6634.
6634. 3-6634. Circus Executives
Accused Of Wasting
30 Million Dollars
SARASOTA, Fla., Oct. 3 (UP)
Mrs. Hester Ringling Sanford,
who is seeking to fire the three
top executives of Ringling Bros.
Circus for allegedly squandering
circus money, filed suit Tuesday
to oust a trustee of the Ringling
estate.
Mrs. Sanford, in a suit filed In
circuit court, charged trustee
Dan Gordon Judge with failing
to protect the Interests of the
estate, which owns 49 per cent of
circus stock.
Mrs. Sanford is a minority!
stockholder and a director of the
circus, besides being a member Of
the estate. She charged Judee
did not administer the estate
properly, particular in the hand-
Una; of financial affairs.
She said she remained "con "continually
tinually "continually financially embarrass embarrassed"
ed" embarrassed" while the estate was receiv receiving
ing receiving sizeable revenue from the
circus. Mrs. Sanford and Stuart
G. Lancaster, her son and Ring Ringling
ling Ringling vice-president, sued in a civ civil
il civil suit last month to oust the
three top circus officials for
squandering 20 million dollars in
the last 10 years on personal ex-!
penses.
soending as hieh or higher than
he estimated in January." Byrd
said the result will be "virtually
no reductions in federal expen expenditures
ditures expenditures this year."
GOVT SURPLUS
AUTO PARTS
Tot. Chev., CMC, Mack, Jerp. (c.
Listing available on request.
A few select territories for agency
appointments are still open
I NTT AUTO PARTS CORP.
145 W. 124th St.. N.Y. N.Y.
Cable: "AMTRADAUTO"
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FARMAC1A LUX 14 Centra Avenue

VA.N-DER-J18 58 Street No 831 FABMAC1A EL BATURBO Pargue Lefevre

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 2-door
black, slighly damaged, excellent
motor and radio, fair tires, good
buy. for a mechanic. Office 2 2-2731,
2731, 2-2731, homo 2-4256.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet,; 2
door sedan, good condition,
reasonable, call Balboa 2-4162
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hudson, good
condition, reasonably priced. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-3168.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Cen Century,
tury, Century, hard top, Dynaflow, ra radio,
dio, radio, ww tires, air conditioning,
two tone, duty paid, Sava $729.
Smoot & Parades S. A.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE. 1954 Cushman
Eagle Motor Scooter, with extras,
in excellent condition $200.00.
Tel. Albrook 6-7142. Qtrs. 124-
mm
"AIRES"
Cameras
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Ttfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0552
1 TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
! Packer Shipper Mover
Phono 2-2451 :rzJ. 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 4 Jumping Classes daily
j Riding 4 Jui
i 3 to 5 p.m.
J or by
Phona 2-2451
appointment.
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
Internationitl Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
3 Boys Set Fire
To Friendly Dog;
Musi Tend Strays
WASHINGTON (UP) Three
bojrs who set a friendly dog on
fire when he trailed them around
face today a stern lesson in re re-SPECT
SPECT re-SPECT OR "poor dumb beasts."
They were sentenced yesterday
to sepnd the next 24 Saturday at
the Prince George County animal
shelter in Maryland, caring for
homeless strays.
Juvenile Judge Emmett H.
Hanna said the punishment "will
teach you humility.
The judge said the offense com
mitted by the three and wit
nessed by a fourth boy was the
"most inhumane act he had ever
heard of. The three, aged 14 to 16,
were charged with soaking the
boxer dog named Duke with she!
lac on Aug. 19 and tossing lighted
matches on him until his coat
turned into a sheet of flame.
""Tie dog has recovered but Is
marked by deep scars.
Hanna said he had received 30
letters a day from outraged per persons
sons persons all over the nation and from
.'oreign countries.
"What you have done," he said,
"i in violent contrast to the pop popular
ular popular conception of a boy and a
dog."
Wehn he demanded the bovs
tell what possessed them ta do it,
one replied, "We weren't think--ing."
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TV SERVICE
SPEEDY-DEPENDABLE:
TEL 2-2374
Ccrner "H" & Darieo St.

AGENTS OK OUB OFFICES AT 11-31

HOUSFJiOLn iiffliNRr I Fa. dm
central Avanne 12,165 TeL 431
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: One GE fan, floor
circulator type, and one GE twin
window fan, new, $50 each 60
cycle. Electric ironer and chairs,
Kenmore 60 cycle like new.
$130.00 Boys 24" bike. Navy
3787.
FOR SALE: Electric waffle iron,
electric toaster, 2 2$ cycle train
transformers; 8mm Keystone
movie camera, 25 cycle 78 rpm
record player children's. 25 cycle
washing machine, 2 boy's bicycles
24", child's wagon. Tel. 87 87-2290.
2290. 87-2290. After 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: D. C. generator,
125 volt. 60 kw. 1750 R.P.M.,
7-4 p.m. Balboa 2942.
WANTED: Air conditioner, 60
cycle ton or larger window or
floor stand model. Phona Stuart
6-370 office or 6-196 evenings.
WANTED: Lady connected
with Armed Services to do Pub Pub-tic
tic Pub-tic Relations work in the Canal
Zone for leading store in Pana Panama
ma Panama City. Write Public Relations
P. O. Box 4080, Panama", R. P.

Anti-Segregation Stand Adopted
By National Council Of Churches

NEW YORK. Oct 3 (UP)
The National Council of Church
es passect a resolution ; today
praising southern Christians
who have tried to ease tensions
In. integration crises and indi indirectly
rectly indirectly appealing- to all Chris Christians
tians Christians to apply their religion to
civil rights in both the church
and community.
The council expressed grati gratitude
tude gratitude toward' those Christians in
Little Rock, Ark., who have stood
for "justice along with reconci reconciliation
liation reconciliation and "law along with
self-discipline" In the Central
High School crisis.
It reinforced its support of ra racial
cial racial Integration in a series of
resolutions passed by the coun council's
cil's council's 250-member general board,
top policy making body of Prot
estantism, in the united states.
And it also praised President
Eisenhower for his actions up upholding
holding upholding Federal court decisions
in Little Rock and restoring law
and order there.
In resolutions passed during
the opening day session of its
two-day meeting at the Belmont Belmont-Plaza
Plaza Belmont-Plaza Hotel, the board authbr authbr-ized
ized authbr-ized its department of racial and
cultural relations to issue anti anti-segregation
segregation anti-segregation policy statements
whenever It feels racial tensions
warrant.
S3
O Iritcnaice Junior Encyclopedia
In 1921, Jack Knight, an
airmail pilot, made the first
scheduled airplane flight on
record. Guided by bonfires on
the ground, Knight flew from
North Platte. Neb., to Chicago,
a distance of about 650 miles.
The following year, the first
air route was marked by light
beacons placed at intervals so
that a pilot was always in
sight of the one he had passed
and the One he was approach approaching.'
ing.' approaching.' By 1926 the line of air
route light beacons reached
from coast to coast.

$ THIS WILL INTEREST YOU! $
On its opening day on th middle of October
GRECHA Music Store, xclusive distributors of ..
DECCA LONDON CAPITOL
will have big surprises for all persons who
visit GRECHA Music Store in Central Ave.
beside the Central Theater.
There WiU Be Lots of Dollars For You

Exact opening date will announced
BE ALERT v

C R EC H AS
. Cenrtal Ave. No. 18-87 :
' V Beside central Theater

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Bads, dishes, large
iron table, sewing machine, bi bicycle
cycle bicycle Leaving Isthmus.' Ancon
Boulevard, house No. 350,
apartment "C".
FOR' SALE: Living room and
dining room set, practically new.
Chinese tables, chair etc. Tel. 3 3-7307.
7307. 3-7307. FOR SALE: Washing Machine,
General Electric 1955 deluxe
model, fully automatic, perfect
condition. 60 eyefe, 1 1 0 volts.
Telephone, Albrook AFB 2112.
FOR SALE : Twin innerspring
mattresses, $15.00 each. Baiga
breadloom rug, 12'xl8. $25.00.
Olds trombone with case,
$75.00. Venetian blinds, assort assorted,
ed, assorted, $1.50 each. Mahogany book bookshelf,
shelf, bookshelf, $8.00. 2245-A Carr
street, Balboa. After 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle eld G. E.
sealed refrigerator. Apex washer.
Both 65.00, running excellent.
2-4455 Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA deluxe tele television
vision television console with doors. New,
never been used. 60 cycle. $250.
6404-A Los Rios. Phone 2-4216
Balboa.
FOR SALE. 60 cycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator 6 ft. needs repair $20.00, at
1 0 Seventh Ave. Coco del Mar,
phone 3-2189.
, 1 i. i. 1 J ML
mild thn nation's Protestants
without the usual approval re
quired of tne boara. -lias unu
sual authorization was given be
cause of what the board regard regarded
ed regarded as a need for greater flexi flexibility
bility flexibility in times of crisis such -as
that In Little Rock.
The board, sneaklne for the
national council's 37 million
members of 30 Protestant ; and
Eastern! Orthodox- sects,' passed
three resolutions on racial mte mte-trration.
trration. mte-trration. The resolutions backed
ud earlier council policy state
ments wnoieneartecuy support
ing desegregation, recognizing
"the -dignity of the individual,"
and trying to checkkmate" ex extreme
treme extreme points of view.
The council also announced
the launching of a pioneer study
of ministers' salaries aided by a
$33,500 grant from the Rocke
feller brothers' fiind. The study
will be made to raise the salar
les of the nation's 235,000 Prot
estant ministers, who now re
celve an average of about $4,000
a year.
Of the thr eeresoultlons on $ne
racial situation in the South, the
strongest one said:
"The general board of the Na-:
tional Council of Churches Is
grateful for the. effective Chfis-:
tian witness which miiRT
churches and individual Chris-I
tians are bearing In communi communities
ties communities disturbed by tension and
confusion In connection with
problems of desegregation
"We are thankful that they,
Impelled by the mandates of the
gospel of Christ, are standing
for Justice along with reconcil
iation to riaw along witn sen-
discipline. Espueciaiiy aurmg tne
recent days of crisis in Little
kock, sucn actions or our ieuow
churchmen have Inspired in us
a sense oi warm cnrisuan iei-
lowshlp."
In effect, a council official
saia, me Doara, canea ior ine
direct apnlfratlon of Christianity!
to civil rights. I
HUNGARIAN RELIEF ENDS
VIENNA (UP) The Interna
tional Red Cross said today it
has ended its relief actions for
Hungarian refugees in Austria.,.
CHICKS
WHITE MALE
$6.00 per hundred
Phone 3-4514

rUKClADO J Street No. 13 e) AGENC1AS

Arosemena Ave. and S3 St. or FABMAC1A
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SERVICES
3-iiauta ear wash $1, ateam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Airto-Bafte, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sear.
For the best In TV and elcctrie
repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-76Q7
76Q7 3-76Q7 U. S. Television. All serv service
ice service C. O. D.
The best dinner end drink
are served in eor modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S de Mayo.
Use .my refrigerator while I re repaint'
paint' repaint' yours, any. color, pick-up
and delivery. ,George 3-6571 Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Dogs
FOR SALE: Quality Golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES 3 months,
phona 2-1344.
Lesson
Doreie Waites school, of danc dancing
ing dancing knighta of Columbus Hall
(upstairs). Balboa 2-2363.
Credit Union Day
Outing At Gamboa
For Latin Units
The credit unions operating
in the Latin American commu-
the Canal Zone will
celebrate the annual observance
of international Credit Union
Day with' a field day outing ai
Gamboa on Sunday, Oct. 20.
international Credit Union
Day commemorates the f ound ound-inir
inir ound-inir of the- first credit union in
11848. It comes as the climax of
Credit Union Week observed
each yeaf by credit union-members
the world over during?the
third weekj; of ;Ocfober. i&fff
This year's observance m the
Canal Zone is a united endeavor
by the five local credlt.,unlons
and has been switched from
Thursday celebration to Sun
day so as to afford maximum
participation of the entire
membership. Special features
for the day's activities ,will be
ceremonies honoring those per persons
sons persons who have been nominated
for the credit union's merit
award, the showing of two
credit union motion picture
films, and a variety of field
contests such as races, volley volleyball
ball volleyball and soft ball games.
The committee in charge1 of
plans for Credit Union Day ce celebration
lebration celebration are the following
oresidents of the Latin Amer American
ican American Federal Credit Unions:
s n. Callender Balboa;W.
Maxwell. Cristobal. C. 'F.t
Sampson 1 Gamboa, L. Red
man aGtun, and T. Sawyers
paralso.'
The complete program for the
day will be announced later.
SHORTS
WASHINGTON (UP)-The U.S
goverIlment has rented a giant
i0.trnni- hrain tTnm. Canada to
trv to solve mutual air traffic
control headaches of the two na-
tions. The Civil Aeronautics Ad
ministration disclosed it rented the
ss.soo.ooo machine from Canada's
Department of Transport ior,i a
vear for 15 vears.'
MRS. TRUMAN S KIN DIES
DEVER, (UP) Fred 'Wallace,
57, brother of Mrs. Bess Truman,
died Monday, five days after suf suf-feme
feme suf-feme a heart attack. Wallace
was an adjustor for the Colorado
Highway Department.
LEGAL NOTICE
IJMlu) fciATfcd OS AMUtlCA
&nai Zone
United 8Uia uiiirict Court Fat
ib liUUrwt of Ine Canal Zane
uivlBinn at Crlstooal
Isaac Wiluama, flaintifl VI. Earlean
Wiiiunu. IMienoant. Summon Case
2172 Civil Docket 10 Action lot Divorce.
To tne aOove-namad aelendant;
Yod er Hereby required -to appeor
and answer toe complaint riled in ine
above-enUUed action within ninety day
alter the tost publication.
In case ot your failure to ao appear
and answer. Judgment will 1m taken a
gainat you by detault for the relict de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint. ..
WTTN1CS3 tha Honorable Guthrie r
Crowe. Judee. United States Diatriet
Court for the District of the Canal Zona.
this first day of October. 167.
C. T. MeCansdck, Jt
. Clerk.
By a uenn am,
Deputy Clerk.
Te Earleait WUliams
ni tmmmmeArv aimiiMM la SCTTed 1TP-
an you by publication pursuant to the
order of the- Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Jude. United States ttrlet
Court tor the District of the Canal
Zone, dated October 1. JS7. and en entered
tered entered and filed Jn this action In the
office of tha Clerk of sld United States
District Court for the Dirtolon of Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, on Octeb-r l. J5T.

c T. jncvarancK, r.
f Clerk.
' llri ntrtd M. Jenkins
.'Deputy Clerk.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CJL

SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNEY WINNERS Colonel Arthur P.
Hurr, Commander, Albrook AFB, presented trophies to the
winner and runnerup of the Albrook.Shuffleboard Tournament
held recently at the Base Service Club," SSgt.' Harold Smith,
(left), 1978th AACS Squadron, successfully defended his 1956
crown, as TSgC. William Gonzalez (right);. Latin American
. School,. finished second.
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TSGT. VIRGIL X; NEWSGME, chief of 'the airmen's branch,
Special Actions Divisions, Directorate of. Military Personnel,
DCSPersonnel, was presented the Commendation Ribbon, this
week by Majr Gen. Truman H. Landon, commander, Caribbean
Air Command. Newsome was presented the award for his
meritorious service while serving as personnel manning tech technician,
nician, technician, Warrant Officer and Airman Division Directorate of
Personnel, Headquarters Strategic Air Command. The cita-.
tion accompanying the award in part stated,. "His detailed
knowledge of SAC's present and projected requirements, as assignment
signment assignment policies, command manning status,, unit priorities,
etc., enabled him to make valid recommendations to insure ,.
an equitable flow of airmen to and from subcommands unrl

oversea elements." Newsome arrived at Albrook July 22 this year.'

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; receive California1! 1957 corn and milo crops. The 125,000 125,000-(
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WANTEDS Salesmen- and col collectors
lectors collectors for our Club System. Jo-'
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Manhattan Bank.

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rienced experienced competent: Shorthand
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. $ HEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP) The Milwaukee Braves today combined potent hir hir-'
' hir-' ?iftCye&k fielding by the New York Yankees and the great pitching of righthander
I Ifejr.Burdette to score a 4-2 victory and even the 1957 World Series at one -Victory'
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" l .Burdette, a 30-year-old veteran who has been frequently accused of hurling a
"spitball," limited his former teammates to seven scattered hits before a screaming
crowd of 65,000 fans at the Yankee Stadium.
I, 'Burdette and left fielder yVes Covington shared the heroes' roles while Yankee
Setnterfielder Mickey Mantle and rookie third baseman Tony Kubek were the 'goats.'
'. iXjCdvingion made a spectacular over-the -shoulder catch in the second inning which
prevented two runs from scoring and in the fourth inning smashed the key hit of
Jh''gamv thsrt broke a 2-2 deadlock and gave the Braves1 their winning runs. ,'JJ'S.

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JtSUWIVORS MUST IE CAST ADRIFT!
, nCI WILL THE CAPTJUH CHOOSE?

An early Indication of the fi

nal result or tne game came in
the second inning when Mil

waukee centerfielder Hank Aa Aaron
ron Aaron lofted a long fly to deep
center that looked like it would
be caught by Mantle but fell just

out or Mickey's reacn tor a
triple.
The Braves quickly took ad advantage
vantage advantage of this break as Joe Ad Ad-cock
cock Ad-cock singled to right-center to

drive Aaron home. On AdcocK's
drive. Mantle bobbled the ball
and was charged with an error

as joe moved to second.

However, the Braves lost their

one-run advantage when 41-year-old
Enos Slaughter, the

Yankees' greft left fielder. ot
a base on balls, moved to third
on Kubek 's single and scored
when Gerry Coleman, one of the
stars of yesterday's Yankee vic

tory, dribbled down the third

base line.

Burdette and catcher Del

Crandall chased the ball and
Burdette picked it up just when

it was abowt to roll foul. With

home plate deserted, Slaughter

easily scored the tylne run.

Coleman was. credited with an

infield hit as Burdette stood

with the ball in hand.

This error of judgment by
Burdetfc was almost fatal be because
cause because little Bobby Shantz, who
started for the Yankees and
was the losinr pitcher, drove a
sharp line drive down the left

field line that looked like an
extra-base hit but Covinfton
got to the ball and made a
sensational catch to snuff out
the threat.
Johnny Logan again uut the
Braves out in front with the
first home run of the Series but
Hank Bauer of the Yankees
evened things up again with a
bases empty homer in the same

innjng. Both drives went into
the left field seats a few feet
from the foul line.

Shaatz but the damage -was

already done. Ditmar got' the

next three batters in succes

sion, leaving Covington stran

ded.
There will be no game tomor

row as the teams take time out

for traveling. The scene ahffts

to Milwaukee's County Stadium

lor games tnree. four and five
on Saturday, Sunday and Mon

day.

The sixth and seventh e-pmes,

if necessaryt will be played, at

the Yankee Stadium.
FIRST INNING

BRAVES: Second baseman

Red Schoendienst, hitting' a
flrolrtof XTott. Vai-1t Vonlrpc start,

ing pitdher lefthander Bobby

Shantz, called out on strlKes.
Shortstop Johnny Loean also
watched a third strike go by.

Third baseman Eddie Mathews
went down swinging.
No runs, no hits, no errors,
none left.
YANKEES: Right fielder Hank
Bauer, facing Milwaukee Braves'
starter Lew Burdette, called out
on strikes. Shortstop Gil Mc Mc-Dougald
Dougald Mc-Dougald flied to right. Center Center-fielder
fielder Center-fielder Mickey Mantle lined ft

drive that bounced off Bur

dette's leg but was picked up by
Logan and fired to flrsWn time.

No runs, no hits, no errors,
none left. (.

2",
Win And Lew $

Schiendienst, 2b ; 4f 0 0 ; lis
Loganr .-ftiTi...::S Hi I .$.

Matnews,; ao:.'.,;Vt'x.or':v,0Tl 2
AaronV cf V-l;c?- '0
Adcock, lb.r i 4 a $.vM
Torre,. Jb .. ... 0 0 0' 2i 0

pafKO, rr. ;. 4 l
Covington, If 4 ? 0
Crandall, c". ''.; 3 v 0
Burdette, p : . 3 1- 0

12 0

o ; o 4

Totals.

Shantz on the mourtd. Crandall

poppea: to Simpson, tiuraeiie

went out on a Jlne catch by

Simpson. ;

Two runs, three hits, one er-

ror one left., .'.

YANKEES : Slaughter striick

out. Simpson '" long drive 'to
center caught by Aaron, close to
the 400-foot marfe Kubek bounc

ed back to the pitcher. ; x

No -runs, no hits, no errors.

none left.

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SECOND INNING

BRAVES: Centerfielder Hank
Aaron tripled over Mantle's head
in center. First baseman Joe

Adcock singled to right center

Then came the Braves' deci decisive
sive decisive fourth inning. Adcock led
off with a single to left. Andy
Pafko followed with another
single to left. Covington, after
twice falling in an attempt to
sacrifice the runners, singled to
left field. Adcock scored and
Pafko moved to third.
Pafko, scored also when
Slaughter's relay from the out outfield
field outfield got away from Kubek.. al

lowing Covington to go all the

way to tnird.

'Natural Childbirth'
Brings Five At Once
To 'Sterile' Wife

' Righthander Art Ditmar
then came on and replaced

Pint-Size War Seen

As Political Rivals

Stir San Marino

Abandon

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SAN MARINO, Oct. 3 (UP)

Communists and anti-Communist
rivals in this freckle-sized
republic drew battle lines today

lor a miniature civil war.

A group of Christian Demo

crats who proclaimed a new an

ti-Communist government holed
up in an unfinished iron foundry

just j yards irom tne Italian

border. They had 200 men who

slept on straw on the floor dur

in the night, their rifles of 1891

vintage at their side.
The Communists, with 250 vol

unteers, were entrenched in the
government palace, six miles a-

way.

In the middle was Police Chief

Ettore Sozzi and his force of 50

men armed with World War I
carbines. Sozzi apparently was

struggling to remain neutral.
The entire population 14,000
persons of this ancient, 38 38-SQuaoe
SQuaoe 38-SQuaoe mile republic was on edge.

ine opening- snot was fired

Tuesday night after four Chris

tian Democratic leaders' an

nounced In a proclamation writ

ten In long-hand they were now

the leeal government of San Ma-J

nno.

A bullet alleredlv' fired bv a

member of the Communists' pec-.

Pies miutia plunked into a piece
of wood just above the head of

metal worker Giulio Mascima as

TOULON. France. Oct. 3 (UP)

A 28-year-old woman whom
doctors once said could never

have children gave birth yester

dav to aulntuDlets with the aid

of the "natural childbirth"

method.
On of the Infants. Helene

died less than 12 hours after
birth and doctors said another

was having trouble breathing.

The mother and the other
three babies were reported doing
welf.

The aulntuplets, three months
premature and each weighing
about two pounds, were the first
children born to Mr. and Mrs.

Camllle Christophe, both French
social security clerks in this

Mediterranean coast town be
tween Marseilles and Nice.

They have been married eight

vears and Mrs. Christophe once
was treated for sterility. They
had expected a single child up
until the delivery.

Christophe was stunned on
learning of the quintuple birth,

but recovered enough to say

"Anyone is proud to be a fa father,
ther, father, and even more so when he

ha five children all at once

The doctor who delivered the

babies, described himself as an

ordinarv obstetrician. He declin

ed use of his name, saying:
"I don't want publicity."

The multiple birth took place
at St. Michael Clinic. Then the

mother and babies were trans

ferred to the Foch Hospital for

close, arounc-we-ciock care.
The ouints, named in order of
their birth, were Michele, who
welshed In at 2 pounds, 1 ounce:

Helen, at 2 pounds, 4 ounces: 2
minutes later: Roland, 2 wound?,
30 minutes later: and within the

next hour, Genevievek 2 pounds.

ounces, and Fnuippe, z pounds.

4 onnces.

Their total weight was nearly

ii pounds.

and moved to second when Man-

tie bobbled the ball, Aaron cor.

lng the firsts run of the game

Right .fielder Andy .Pafko filed
to Bauer.. Left fielder Wes Cov

ington popped to third. Cateher
Del Crandall -walked;. Burdette
smashed,; a drive off' Shantz,'
glove, but Bobby recovered : the
ball and threw Lew out.
One run,; two hits; one error,
two left. .' : '- V ;

YANKEES: Catcher Yogi Ber Ber-ra
ra Ber-ra grounded to Schoendienst.
Left '.fielder Enos Slaughter
worked Burdette for a base on

balls. First baseman Harry Simp

son struck out. Tiura baseman
Tony Kubek singled to left,

Slaughter going around to third

Coleman got an Infield hit when
Burdette grabbed "si dribbler in

fair territory, slaughter scoring.

Shantz drove, onfe deep to: left

tnat covmgton tool? with a brll

jW'JWl'ii.,

8 2? 13

YANKieS iA)4.B r h ;o A
Bauer xi ii-Sw '.i i? 1 '2 ;Q:
McDougald,,,9W. :C?0& 0 ;.J2 ?3
Mantle., &.Z?&h9-jft;x&B
Berra.;c;c;.;Uwr;'4-v''0';' JKs- 0

siau4hter,'-if'vvv:5,;; i'ti,r 4-o
Simpson, ib. ...., 4.: 0 -' J0 1

Kubek, 3b v .. . 4 0

Coleman, 2b

bCollins

Shantz, p
Ditmar, p

aLunp?,.
Grim, d . ..

cHoward. .
dRichardson

Totals.'

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1
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2

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0
0.
r
o

'4

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FIFTH INNING,'

wri-B'iwr; oui.thfe' left shoulder by.ra pitch

Mathews bounced into a double
play, McDougald to, Simpson. Aa

ron poppea out to aursi.
No runs, no hits, none left

One run, two hits,, no errors,
two left.
THIRD 'INNING
BRAVES: Schoendienst lined

to Mantle., Logan homered into

tne seats down tne lert neid line

Mathews lined to center. Aaron
popped to short left, McDougald

making the catch.

One, run, one hit, no errors,

none left.

f YANKEES: Bauer homered
high .into the left field stands.

McDougald lined to left. Mantle

lined to deep center. Berra lined

One run, one hit no errors.

none lert.

FOURTH INNING

BRAVES: Adcock led off with

f. single to left. pafko followed

With another slncle tn left. Ad-

Lcock holding at second. Coving

ton singled to lert renter an.

Cock scoring on the hit and Paf

ko also going home, when the
throw from the outfield got' a a-way
way a-way from third baseman Kubek.
Covington, meanwhile, went all
the way around to third. Right

hander Art Ditmar relieved

British Laborifes

Reject Bevan Appeal

On Jluclear Weapons

LONDON. Oct. 3 (UP) The

Labor Party National Convention
today rejected rank and file de

mands that the next British La Labor
bor Labor Government unilaterally
promise, never to use nuclear
weapons. An impassioned appeal

by Aneurln Bevan saved tne so socialist,
cialist, socialist, high command from de

feat on the issue.
The resolution would haye
committed a Labor government
"to take the lead by Itself re refusing
fusing refusing to continue to test, man manufacture
ufacture manufacture or use nuclear wea

pons."

It had strong left? wing sup support,
port, support, and the floor fight was of

international, significance be

cause most polls predict the So Socialists
cialists Socialists would win any national

election in tne near future.

But after an unprecedented
appeal by Bevan, who was once
the party's; most fiery legtwing legtwing-er,
er, legtwing-er, the delegates defeated 'the

resolution on a formal 5,838,000

to 781,000. ballot.

Scientists Predict

Earth Satellites

Will Spot Storms

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)

Scientists predicted today that
earth satellites of the future will
be able to spot conditions that

give oirth to tornadoes ana nur nur-rlcahes
rlcahes nur-rlcahes and give warning before

the storms come into existence,

They also said the satellites

will be able to penetrate atmos
phieric mysteries of other plan

ets and, presumably, settle the

question of whether any of

earth's neighbors can support

life of any kind, plant or animal.
Even the first of the artificial

moons will provide a sort of tel

evision program of weatner e e-vents
vents e-vents seen for the first time from

space.

The predictions were made by

W. G. Stroud, R. Hanel. W. Nora

berg, and R. Stampfl of the Ar
my Signal Engineering Labora

tories at Fort-Monmouth, N. J,
They presented them at a 13-na-

tion conference on rocket and

satellite programs of the Inter

national .Geophysical Year..

(

Iranian Airways
h 81st Memher

Of Int. Air Group

MONTREAL. Oct 3 (UP)-.The

Iranian Alrwavs Comunv h

ne was entering the Christian i become the 81st member of the
Democratic compound. International Air Transport As-
It prompted a Christian Dem- soclaOon. Director General Sir

joeratie councU ef war that dldi William HUdred announced to-,
not end untU after mWnifihL 'day. I

India -Celebrates

88th Anniversary ;

Of Candhrs Birth f

NEW DELHI, Oct 9 tUP)v
India celebrated the 88th-an-

n.1leJ',r? of Mahatma Gandhi'sof hiaf visit to-Communist China,

They envisaged satellites circl

lng the earth at 200O miles, high
aboye the ocean of air which

keeps surf ace-idwelling man from

getting a clear picture of his at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere and what lies beyond

Janos Kadar Vows
To Mien Red
Hold (to Hunoary

LONDON. Oct. 3 (UP) Com-S

munist Hungarian Premier Jos: were announced today oy two

&aaar-rowea in Feipina tooav leaainc coffee roasters. A .sum-

to. tighten, the communist hold'lar cut was-made last months

Ike Receives Hew
Hole Of Friendship
From King Saud

WASHINGTON. Oct, 3 (UP.)
President Elsenhower said today
that he has received a new mes

sage of warm friendship and co cooperation
operation cooperation from King Saud of

Saudi Arabia..

The President disclosed at. Tl

news conference that the mes

sage from Saud came at about
the same time that the. Saudi Ar
rabfan delegate i to the United

Nations wa denouncing Ameri-
nnltrv !, naTt.lf lllarlv on 8V-

riat in the UN. The .delegate's

speech was delivered yesterday.;

The situation : In SsJla. the

President said, seems to be sol
ldifving to some extent: He said,

however,, that the United States

continue to view aeveiopments
there with concern. Chief of

these developments Is Russian

penetration of Syria by supply
ing that nation, with. arms.

Eisenhower would not explain

what he meant by nis statement
that the Syrian situation ap appears
pears appears to be "solidifying." But he
said the earlier alarm of Jordan,
Lebanon, Iraq and Saudi Arabia,
to some extent, seems to be Qui

eting down. He said he did not

know the basis for tnis feeling.

,-.:; .34 2 T 27 1

a-aingled ifbr Ditmar in 7th.
b-Popped out for Coleman In 9th.
c-Singied for Grim in 9th. !:

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- i' SCORE BY INNINGS'
';.. ; ; if iX iX-Braves,
Braves, iX-Braves, .iOil SoO OOO-r-4
Yankees : .l t. . .,01100 0002

cock,! Logan, Covington,- (Pafko

scorea .on KubeK's error m 4tft),

coieman, gauer. in giauwter,
3b Aaron. HR Logan. Bauer.

S Burdette, DP McDougald,
Simbsonv LOB Braves 5, Yanks
8. BB Shantz 1, Burdette 3. SO
Shant? 3, Burdette 5, Ditmar

i, Grim z. HO Shantz ; e-3,
(pitched' to 3 batters in 4th )
Ditmar 1-4. Grim 1-2. R iz-ER

Shantz 4-3, Burdette 2-2. Hit by

Pitch By Ditmar: Logan; WP j

auraettes i-snantz. umpires

Conlan (N). plate; fcKlnley (A),

io: oonatenv (Ni, zd; Fapayeua

( A). 3D: Becorv (Mi. cnviaK (Ai

foul lines: Time 2:26 Attend-ance-65,202.
. :t?-":-"u: .';"

Simpson. Covington struck out.

- runs, noihlts.vno errors.

hone'left.-',.1-. .; tJli
Yankees; t Wintie w; talked.
Berra : forced Mantlej at second,

holdirigv Kubek,. houheed. td- sec'

ond.?-;r;;;;;i

'Nflf txmH),J6ne 'Jflig no errors,

SEYE?Tli INNING
BRAVES: Crandall' beat but a
bur pwn 'the third' base line.
Burdette: sacrlflceri;::strnD(6n to

Colemah. sthoendhst houripd
to scrhd., rnrfJfeoir)r ,' :;';
thiri. -Tgan jlted Jo" sh6rt left
field. Slaughter, makhg a-nice
catch.. s' f o ,
't i fo rufls; ohe' hit, rib errors, one
J YANKgES' j'CtoiemagrouwdWd
rtithfrdi err Jiimpeif tjih-

P'TTjnp- for TJltmar: tsiflelfd o
rht P?V'er,MO"rirt th;hft jnrffc
stbri. : Vr0'i(?n : ;tjiM : Tafico.

V6 run, one hit. no errors, one
ft.", 5-.;w i AfJfV' .-; :,

EIGHTH INNING

BRAVES:- Bob Grim ,ren!8"Pd
Ditmar; on the mound tan, the t

Yankees. Mathews m caHed ou ;
on -strikes. Aaron ; wtrWp45iou ; ;
sw'gn?-. Adcock skied tonight.

no runs, 'no hits. no x ttttoML.

YANKEES fvank Torri V-X

placeddcbck'ilt vfirsfe1 Maritl
fouled, out -to Mathews near the
stands. 5 Berra bounced'' Us'-: third.,

aianenter, watched a third strike

left.

go 'byA i w ??' HM .a-jVit,':
No runs, ndhlts.Vno -errors,
none left, ,
S V, NINTH ;iN NW'df 4:?! B''l
; BRAVES S pafko. P'skled'-Hfo'

Adcock to Logan. Slaughter doufsJa'1ht'er n lef Covlha;tori. in
hierl 'iten -th ; -. lM llm ed 'Jv-iOfMeftClrtMl.W'

Berra holding t third.' Simpson toroWn out -ais first, Kube to
wa thrown out by Burdette aft- f'niosoni covin srton advandnsr, ;
er hitting a dribbler, the runners 'XMid.. Burdette grounded to :
.YANKEES: Coleman gota bast?- 7;'- ? '"v,
on balls, pitmar went down1, Nd;run, one hit, no errors, one
swinging. .. Bauer grounded to XMt

snort McDougald bounced to 1""'"i:.! ounBwn oouncea ;.
second. ; ? iMek to t)ie pitcher. Xubek sin-
No runs, no hits, no errors, one 51.1; torrtehp. Je'ColUns niheh-' tfi

left.

SIXTH INNING

BRAVES: Adcock 1 skied to

hitting :for !olemn; poriped out

to juogan. Biston Howard, pinch-
hlbtine for Grim, singled to :

short. R'chardson came on to :

Bauer. .; pafko ; popped out to!run tor H,owarr.t vueryforced ,4

Windsors Ssy Ho

Plans For Burial

Hear Baltimore

PARIS, Oct, 3 (UP) The Duke

and Duchess Of Windsor today
denied reports bv a- Baltimore

newspaper that they had made
nian tn Kuv hnrial niots in Bal

timore's Green Mount Cemetery.

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Thiir r.ronai ecretarv. ilsu-

ing the Windsors-Formal aemai
of the press reports said" the
Duke and Duchess were' 'sur-

nrised bwt not reallv angry" a

bout "the baseless. rumors" since
"oeoDle have been saying so

many things about them ifor so

long that it did not' ffec them
any more." ';. 1 A':

The renorts 'whlch':'"were'"-pub'

lished vesterda ouoted a'"plose
friend of the Windsors", as sav-

ina they had "made plan" to be

buried In Green Mount Cemet
ery in Baltimore. "..;-

Prince Charles

Down With Flu

LONDON, Oct. 3 (UP)
Prince Charles, 8-year.told spn,
of Queen Elizabeth, has become
ill with influenza,- Buckingham
Palace announced today.
The-: announcement : said he

was. under care of a school

doctor at Cheahi. the boardlne

school lie entered two weeks

go.v, . ; ,';
. There was no indication his

condition would become serious
enough to Interfere with the

United -States and Canadian
visits his parents plan to start

OCt, 12.

Richardson at second.

No nms, two hits;' no rerrorsi
two left. ;, ; ; r.k-;;w;: ;

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People broo okA,, Zf rf

Coffee Price -Cuts

Announced By Two

Leading Roasters;

WHITE PLAINS, N.y! rOct. 8

UP) Coffee price Xutsi rang-

ng froma ; W 3 cents a pouna

m -i Hungary v and take steps

ag atnst nv recurrence of revolt.
A Pelplnr radio .broadcast said

Kadar, in the first major, speech

Fresident Relandra .Prassad

said In a message to the nation

tnat oanant a. leader in the

movement to -wiA-independence

rram ureal -Britain, stood for

an ideojory ef peace and non

violence tnat ariores a practical
way put of the. .dllficulty In
which mankimf fidds itself to-

GanHhi

said his. Soviet-backed Red reg regime
ime regime has the "full confidence and
the support .of the peoples" of

t .... - .
Kadar," sneaking shortly be

fore the first anniversary of the
bloody revolt, told thovsands of
cheering Chinese that the revo revolution
lution revolution was v caused bv "hostile

4r

The' cuts were expected to be

ro-

the price of its regular ground
MaxwellHouse arid. SankaV cof coffees
fees coffees 3 cents a pound at the
wholesale "leveL.v The regular
Yoban. and Bliss, coffees. were

cut 2 cents- a pound. 4 r
Standard Brands' 'reduced Its
regular ground Chase Bart-"
born coffee centsjapound. at
wholesale. ..Jr

forces -within nrf withnnt k

lnr advantase of the error and 1 felt immediately at .tr retail

ret Vina on th mrhlntfrn.'ni level. .Thf rerfnr-srf nrlr- irl

oiea irom an assm- monev or tne u. imfriaiistj"iaitiihntH t Knmu,

sin s bult in 1S48.. ;5 i Radio Pelping reported. . coffee crop-

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