The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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


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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oclc - 18709335
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"Le* e people know due truth and thn county safe" Abramham Lincoln.


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IEADS TO IKE This is Army
nurse Lorraine P. Knox of Webs-
ter, Mass., who has been read-
Ing dally to President Eisenhower
at FItusimons Hospital in Den-

Mamie To Stay
DNVER, oct. 3 (UP) Mrs.
Mame Else1 power intends to
stay closely by the bedside of her
husband at -least for another
week and may not leave It until
the President Is released from
the hospital White House aides
With the first week of his
lne, past the First Lady still
Ms aothe seven days Ai
anxious waiting until the per-
iod of greatest danger for Mr.
EIsenhower is pasit,
Until that two week is safe-
ly over, Mrs. Eisenhower has no
Intention of leaving the hospital.
ber secretary said, and may stay
on in her room across the hall
from the, President's for the two
additional weeks he is expected
to be hospitalized.
As Mrs. Elsenhower maintains
'ter vigil at the bedside of the
President she probably recalls a
oft occasion 34 years ago when
thesituation was reversed.

American In Jail
Awaiting Hearing
On Fraud Charge
An American who was seized
as he left work late Friday after-
noon, on the complaint of a
Panama City store that he was
"about to depart from the Zone
with Intent to defraud his cred-
itors was still In the Balboa
al today in default of post-
the bail of $625 which was
set by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe.
The case against the defend-
ant, Frederic W. Trew, who it
was understood had planned to
sall Wednesday for the States,
will be tried in the U.S. District
Court at Ancon Wednesday.
He was placed under arrest
late Friday afternoon by U.S.
jMarshal Joseph L. Kincaid who
apprehended Trew at the Pan-
ama Canal's Electrical Division
where he was employed.
The complaint against Trew
was filed by the Philippine Rat-
tan Furniture. Inc., and alleged
that Trew owed the store $606
for furniture and other goods.
In an affidavit for the order
f arrest the store manager said
at the defendant "has resign-
his position with the Panama
Canal Co. and has sold the prop-
erty credited from the store
without paying the amount he
or-es. He has hidden all of his
cr ,h, s rrenc'ered his quarters
on thr and is about to de-
= rt by plane Wednesday, with
rat to leave this ursdctiou."



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Ike Reported Tired Tfulls of todsworld rie.gaQuarry Heights
P the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers is car-
DENVER, Oct. 3 (UP)-Presl- White House press secretary Hagerty telephoned the wait- tried on the back page. *
dent Elsenhower's doctors sub- James C. Hagerty phoned the Ing newsmen in the knowledge
Jected him to a thorough ex- press room at the temporary that the lack of word might
es of tfatige in the Chief Exe- Lowry Air Force base to explain The President awoke this mor- aVv FlIes fUrrTICOne Rele
eutive which used some on- tha the delay was due to the nini at 4:25 but went back to
rn among those around him. examination, then still In pro- sleep a half hour later and did
The first medical bulletin of grss, not awaken again until 7:30 ri
the day on Mr. Eisenhower's flagerty said the President a.m. To M eXiCO, BrtISh I o Lu raS
condition had been delayed more slept later than usual this The press secretary said the T M
than two hours past its custom- morning and for that reason President's temperature and er -
ary time as the examination the doctors still were in the pulse were checked when he BELIZE, British Honduras, Oct. Mercy, the Saipan so far has
continued. progress of the examination. first awoke and found to be nor- 3 This quiet morning was in- furnished over 10 tons of C-ra-
m terrupted, as local stevedores as- tons and over a ton of medical -
Smlohe tiredness the first listed in offloading the much- supplies to the people in the
S slowup reported since the Pre- needed supplies and equipment stricken Tampico area. There has been no change in the local Arm and Air
7. 'sident went to Fitzsimons Ar- from the USS Antares for the Helicopters from the carrier's There has been no change in te local Army and A
my Hospital nine days ago flood-stricken areas here. flight deck are stopping only Force Post Exchange policy for purchasing goods from
with a coronary thrombosis- As the disaster relief program long enough to refuel and then Panamanian sources fo, resale in the Canal Zone ex.
S ... came upon him last night af- moved into ts fourth day, Unit- continue on their mission to changes, according o a Quarry Heights spokesman tod
ter he had eaten his supper. ed States Marine corps aircraft flood victims. changes, according to a Quarry Heights spokesman today.
'" Noticing the fatigue, the pre- made diops of emergency rations Two HTU-1 helicopters, with He said: "The local Central Purchasing Office, which
`0 of *sident's doctors gave him three- to remote areas. The Marines a combined cargo of 800 .
.-. / quarters of a grain of seconal, a are part of the Second Marine pounds of food and 100 pounds supplies the various Army and Air Force Exchanges in the
sedative, and by 10 p.m., he was Air Wing Camp, Lejune, North of medical supplies were un- Zone, as required to meet the demands of their military
asleep. A report from his suite Carolina. able to locate the town o Sannel, continues to bu all the items it possibly can
at 11 p.m. said he was still Civilian planes joined the plies were Intended. It is be- personnel, to it
"sleeping soundly," without an Marines to make surveys of Francisco for which their sup- from Panama, as stipulated in the treaty between the US
oxygen tent. the northern part of British lieved this town, along with and Panoma.
The" news of the slowup was Honduras. others, in underwater.
first broken in Boston by Dr. Estimates state that approxi- The town of Hidalgo Dolores, It had previously been reported by several manufac-
Paul Dudley White, the famous mately 1000 square miles of that about 600 miles south of TampI- turers and merchants in Panam6 City that the Central
B-. ... heart specialist. Dr. White came area, which houses from 8000 co, was the direct target ory that the center
to see the President when he was to 10,000 people, is un der water. millions of tons of water when purchasing office of the Army-Air Force Exchange has
first stricken and is expected One of the small boats from the dam protecting 2000 popula- been practicing a new policy aimed at "cutting out conm.
back next Saturday. the Antares, which arrived in tion area gave way to raging P a i Com.
Hagerty, last night, issued this Belize yesterday, is taking sup- flood waters. pletely" purchases from Panamanian firms.
bulletin: plies and medical teams to the Other towns in the path of the
"The President is a little tired remote areas up the Rio Hondo flood, although spared by the These manufacturers express- was the practice previously.
this evening and did not feel River. hurricane winds, were either ed their concern over the alleg- All purchases are now rout.
as well as usual. This area, according to men- damaged or destroyed by the ed new policy which they con- ed through the new post ezx
sages received by the Navy ear- waters, tend has sharply decreased their change officer, Mal. Alvin S.
"Otherwise, his condition is ly today, be com- Not only has the flood caused sales to Army and Air Force ex- Weber. Weber is at present ti
good. His"' temperature, pulse pletely wiped out. considerable physical damage changes, and slashed their rev- South America on a buying
and blood 'ure are normal." Rear Adm. M. E. Miles after to buildings, homes, communi- enue considerably, trip.
1 hagerti.owledged tht his conference on disaster as- cations and I e in the valley The Quarry Heights spokes-
It was th bu eta in days a ne terday said the re- area, but it. h brought a- man said thre had been no de- lnt
Mt u- iT sources.
a po rted two eases o one .- t.he
n t hn the k ibr onchitis, four mycois, andfive Other observers noted that change officer, merindiv hant
nn the oPresldonVld ko what' o strikes ea.o aebictdysentery. O the tser while someaniathe rchants to hange n ffe., re. .
4geed ty3 at nhhoDener. _r h O yelh ** en.en t IHoward progress. Hagertytaidtothee wrds USe PSalpan in the Tampico, also report outbreaks of malaria. ma, have experienaed reduced a notsheraddedt
oatJaenver.e fwthoutofphatbulletinbecaus eerationsbycarearcinuefreliefe Plans are being made to eva- sales, others may have Increas- he knows that a certain ex,
Cwhat tikial supplies and doctors into cuate the sick and Injured to ed their PX trade. thereby change needs a re-order of meo-
the doctors owthe re0 a stricken areas. safe locations for further med- maintaining the constant figure chandise he has been slln
causingthe tirednes." In A g out Operation teal care after sufficient supplies of overall PX purchases from them for the past five years&ai
g o W are dropped in the area. Panama. has been promised a re-order
hiteinBostonAs relief continues, the prersi- n esfeea o is b tee s -
did not think the faitig s 1 i Tl dent of Mexico has begun work The complaining merchants on several occasions by the In- be a a boutBfon reconstruction. He has or- further protested the fact that not been forthcoming.

hittldanxiof i back td Mft e H o ndidn shot fx dikestoprotect the low-lying Corozal. and not from ndvd- planned of the same thing ap- -

*@ ^ eae whret isa.eComes ifd Hptal5ere red Innde Ri
theA aMr. E e s tgu n a sections thecity. ual post exchange managers as penine to them, and are at a

fo~r. e08Wr alwany d g $8'S nOSplializle ,(** ndy SAN eANCISCOOct. 3 (UP)o Tey were Indicted for con- tov te n ar
lapsed ner the strain of the A Panamanian resident of La ow etbaficersckwerHuntggned I mm grat on Men o be anew policy.

the horrr t who snd wato h~tolo Prepared that short-wave radio broad- back" Mexican workers on their THOESHAVN, Faroe Islan
shO ttledanxiously back and therrer STOCK u ke telephone conver- ranch. Oct. 3 (UP) Danish po
fwi eenht D d thower d side of his The government ended 49 year satons may be ontored in The government immration sent 900 miles from the mnish SubArc

withe and that of their three- of liquor tlonin toda court held thit the limits of migration inspectors appeared "uprising" by infuriated Klas
year-old son near death with few seemed thirsty. monitorin sold be de- ins.
scarlet fever sad d u onthe rl andcas e law already has been indictment against the udens said the situation at vik
trip o Denver where th took after the accident which for what hdfor been expected to built up n the telephone cases after supressin the evidence another island to the rt
their.hiesbodwer buriH red at 4:15 a.m and taken to thbe an historic binge. Police AN FR th CICO Oct. 3 (a freeP) They were by Robndictedrt J. Strait con- "ser
from the ttle boys dthwas a leaves whereas Hospital foancelled and extra The U.S Court of Appeals in a spiracy to violate the im tmigra unch s to break up crowds
lbaby'sed lnde es o A Panamanian resident of La officers wer llassigned to dutyin far reaching rui ng here held ton laws by concealing "wet-
y illness. athorrera who was thrown clear downtown Stockholm prepared that short-wave radio broad- back" Mexican workers on their T S Fare Ila
On Jan. 2, 1921, the child, of his car when it skidded and to stop fights. toRse olem
Dwight ond s er, died Na t turned urside downcurve, and skid- cation. Twent were allfound to torng broadcasts of a prvate- the ra uden had a ed for a the gove3 (UP) Danish po ll
n his father's a i wle his Highway s to the r gh Boy Scout sillde of have had one many at Goth ly-operated shfor criminal io shoervict-wave br oadcasting license, dto these subarctic isles, were
mother slept under sed~tlves Saturday was not seriously in- prim themselves with extra dence., used to warn foremen to hide full alert at Klaksvik today 4
In a room on another floor f urged, stocks of whisky and been In an- The ninth district appellate the wetbackss" help when lm-guard against an expected mae
the hospital. he the ciaton of a blowout. w court held that the limits of migration inspectors appeared not been uprising" by enfriatedment byasv Da
The 42-year-Old driver of the such monitoring should be de- ings.
he gcant up from her sickbed car, uillermo Gonzalez, was However, those who went to fined by Congress and said "too The districtcourt washed the Authorities at the cianit Antl here
h room. t to iding to a rest on the road shortlretaurants fr drinks held back much case law already has been indictment against the Sugdens said the situation at Kksvik o
the next day to make the sad after the accident which occur-and waited for someone else to built up in the telephone cases after supphad occurressing the evidence another island to the north
their child's body for buria redat 4:15 a.m. and taken to the fall off the bar stool. Regular for this court to act as a free gathered by Robert Stratton, "serious." Police had to use h

ITh e itt e royls d Edee athv was a Un The little boy's death was a Santo Tomas Hospital for ob- customers appeared, but only to agent now." Of the Los Angeles Federal Co- truncheons to break up crowds
terrible blow that was aeiat- seratioeat. Consequently, there were munications Commission, and shouting s ns n
ed five years later byhe the birthdriverfewspectales. The ruling was made when the turned over to the Immigration A Danish warship put la
of a seyeard son, John, now an A police report indicated that In addition, all liquor stores higher court ordered the dis- Service. force of 32 policemen and four
Army major stationed at Ft. Bel- d doS V5tce President the car, travelling downgrade on were closed today. trict court at Yuma, Arizona, to lice dogs ashore at Klaksvick y
thousands. Rcha Nixon arrives a Boy Scout Hill, was demolished reverse ts decisions tsupress Stratton had monitored the terday to keep the hot temper
eivedite ouse to preside over a when it went out of control on Some 60 persons were arrested evidence n a "wetback" mmi- Sugden broadcasts, and other townspeople under control. them (the
the prFzsons, evenf the world series. nal a right curve, failed to straight- in Stockholmfor public Intoxi- gration case gathered by moni- evidence indicated that although The Klaksvikings a reakup
Lady must et permission from SThecr iverty c council, en out after the cuNavarro, rve, and skid cation. Twenty were found to trying broadcasts of a private- the Sugdens had applied for a the governments removal of repr
the Presidents doctors before dePanamanian, was d sideways to the right side of have hasgned ne to many at Goth- ly-operated short wave radio short-wave broadcasting license, doctor, a onetime Nazi ollabort-
he Hghwycan make her daily iits to en he was orced o the roads believed to be one diro the Thenburg. And eight tipplers n station.rces and the National over their application had not been and his replacement by Da

SEATTLE, Wash. Oct. 3 the right cide Of the road by a kingpins ruing the "bolita" num- 10.000-a-month rate the Army |Guard. Apparently, the Army 1s go- makmg mass arrests to avof#
UP Duroom. a discussion of large bus whi s Car embankment and flipped over on erebro would up under arrest. The station was owned byperfected until after Set. 17. nish-aprovetng physicians. AntD
the weather n a third-grade ing on his side of the road. Ters top sliding to a reston the But there was no wholesale Robert V. H. Sugden, Yum17 and 18 un what of Stratton's a "grand- Only one man was det n
Thuclass here, the teacher asked f bout six hours drunkenness a expected ly rancher, and his wife, Jean. had occurred prior to that date. Police here said rioters n briefly.
she has been permitted to walkain Before Nvrro could bring his on ball p police said. draft by volunteering for active has beun work on persuading
across the hallway anamd ntor car to a sopt went over the Mnvestigation disclosed that night threw stones through t h like it won't meetduty training for six months to mployrs to ive extra time off
his room several times daly Gonzalez wa"bo alonein raffthe carl o 5000 young men by be followed by 7 a in the with pay to the reservists. I
rolled completely over, dge ng at the time of the accident. Nosys thearea where a vistig Danishyear. fredy reserve. A recent United
meal a day wtrsih him for the up down a 5ft embankment It charges have been filed yet But assistant defense secre- showed that the program wily is stayBOROing .

with a fat sswer: "We did came o ret on its side. chance tickets, continues sus- tary carter L. Burgess says he In the reserve e must attend not endanger the business ca- -iUP) ra W th six p
past three days. The driver of a ar whih st the driver, pending further or dcoura- 48 weekend drll perod and to sons were forbidden by the newly

His doctors also are inolled dor a 5fin the accidnkment ece to arrest a thoe con-starts sellg the program training. Personnel directors of large Thursday ht he
S not ptlzed tued with the egal numbers However should the voluntary A NTrainin Plan Starts Tol d interayviewers our mivedolice contingent.
her to read to him some of the near Arrailan In an attempt to S A--- &-l:-11-1-Andan armed eolier

thousands of Cet-well 4 game. program tall, the Admina bustra-, draft-free ie he continues his that they will not be reluctant and toin a te o
SHIGH LOW Canal Son d d today Police said evidence incrm- ton certal to ask Congress ard tra until age 28. But to hire young men who must That shoo them (th -
4:57 .. Ix 39-year-old Panamanian, was Secret police yesterday report- have signed up so far. Buft the T he 038 volunteers hfor thave ramsix spend up to lldlng% years ncomat- reaching here.
:2Highway M. Men he was forced off whoo whleed to be one of the The number Is r short o the reserve forces and the Nalso can wind reser the next few years wtranere deberately rraing from

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-AS Labor N A Fellow Could Get Hurt Around Here THE PANAMA AM

C e WASHINGTON Labor News -, .. .,-yw ,
97 H Smiu? P. O. ox S PANA1A. S GP P.
1uiu B D nAnd U NPPItSS S.
TDREW POAR TMh of Go1on AComm ent '4mM S Av. N.
o. -"- < P .Pen MI MONTH,. ,N A.VANC.- e.o I,
F6n ON& TEAM. IN AoVANce "" .$ ,4. ,
ASHINGTON The ruling of Force Quarles: By VICTOR RIESEL .' THI s YOUR PORUM RS
omptroUler General Campbell The Deputy Director of Research W- ko -
aine the lush $2,400,000,000 10- and Development for the National We soon will know whether n-, .- It
c and the American Tel e- also a former hen Laboratories tensify the pressure on President
e & Telegraph Company has vice president. R. K. Honaman, a Eisenhower. Keep your eyes on" ,,M -:r' a
the Eisenhower administration deputy assistant secretary of de- France these next few weeks. The ,
ye much on the spot. fense, is another Bell Laboratories activity of the Communist inter- 4". r 4
i paradoxically, Comptroller Gen- executive on leave of absence, national apparatus there iwill be,,. Me a s e weln wor o ed pebb tes. A iee
eral Campbell, who made the Deputy Defense Mobilizer Victor the clue to whether the, Soviets..e e Ti > Maelll I*tH in a *s re h
ruling, was Ike's personal choice Cooley was formerly president of plan to be tough because of theater ae a
this key post, having been Southwestern Bell; Assistant Budg- President's physical weakness. .no fen h* ibua dt lmew cti dls the
amptroller of Columbia Univer- et Director Donald Belcher, for- th n h day Ltgn em bl ed tie e i
when Ike was its president. merely A.T.&T. treasurer; Census For months now the Frenchs t tee t e I
bell was oppose for confir- Director Robert Burgess, an ex- Communist underground has been Ie r to kwes ai esd i tl
tio by Senate Democrats, but Wstern Electric head; Assist. rehearsing for a series of hard- I Identitys O n tes wussft eeisIshlid t seaf t sa
no i some of those same Demo- ant Administrator Stanley D a m- hitting cd o mmand O strikess in at ers ee s deam.
i"ts are singing his praises as a kroger of the Commerce Depart- scnedued or early cob oer. wt
litical let" -the chips fall meant's business and defense serve. these hit-and-run seizures of fac-
they-may public servant. ices, on leave of absence from Pa- tries and plant offices, the Com- O fOURIST ATFTACTIONS
of which has turned up is the cific Telephone and Telegraph; munist labor chiefs planned to Sir:
that the Telephone Company ani Haold M. Botkin, assistant trigger a wave of national strikes n perusing the various pamphlets, etc., Isuo the p Al-
now received more contracts director of telecommunications or in France and then beyond its am Tourist Bureau, setting forth for the info of tour
lush deals from the Eisephow the Office of Defense Mobilization, borders. France always has beenist the varied and many att
administration than any other on leave from Longline Co., an- the bellwether of Soviet policy and there are a few more which are well worthy of pub tion. There*
to company except General other A.T.&T. affiliate; r g direct actin. If it happens there, fore I suggest that tue Bureau might be disposed consider
McConnaugey, former attorney it happens elsewhere on theom- cluding them in future issues of ts propaganda, a ey are ea
other development is that for Ohio Bell, is chairman of the munist circuit. tures which the tourists, not having em in theit owr hle
Id Quarles, secretary of the Federal Communications Commis- towns, are more likely-to notice and to remember.
orce succeeding Harold Tal- sion.Objective of these commando
is on pension from Western This is only a partial ro ll of raids on French industry is to Aftl Zone, a ftourst has spenjoyed a ew cocktails enia subnth -
a ell Telephone subsidi- ex-AT.&T. employees who have crush the European boom by first tal Zolunch, andhe i as after he bly inclined to doze a little the uto
*I ittru, i b~tthlgidisru tig the French economy be ach-e t Ial lunch, he is nary i nhold toydng at the ay to-
a for $10 000 a year. In the suddenly gone to work for the gov- and t hen cracking Italy, West Ger- mobile he uses in the afternoon to see the sights.
l of o t newspaperman, fol ernment. andntn cracking ItalyTo obviate this reaxng tendency t should be po d out
a check of the situation, NOTE Truman appointed one many and the rest o te con hm that there are now thoughtfully provided plenty o big hole
Snot in the same predica- notable Tqlephone man to high po- Itinent In the road so that wner his car goes over them there en him
ast farold Talbott and has no sition. On the recommendation of Thesea d violent shock, -thereby effeaively warding off the ten
calet-of.-terest, though in view Governor Dewey and in order to These "commando raids" ency.t ei dee of lcaton o th
i or *nw cna sult in swift hit-and-run capture svidenc of local consration forethe doubt well-
e multimillion-dollar contract carry out a bipartisan foreign pol sut in swift hit-and-run ca t eu h p meiny Tn I thi k, be stated in the propaganda. w
to the Telephone Company icy, he appointed Walter Gifford, of a plant by aion comm ttees e :is thinke question of the beautiful vton o
a Air Force the situations s chairman of A.T.&T., to our No. 1 of "rank-and-file' unionists Organ- ntherems the questiohe
e rrassing, dpmi ps A t zed and led by secret Communist Panamh, so amply exemplified by the luxurious grow,, ,a re
e r otatio diplomatic post Ambassador to I d hit on the vacant lots n the subur er
retary Quarles worked for the Great Britain. cadres. They've a r e a d y hit on the vacant lots mi the suburbs.
B Telephone Company most of warship dockyards, railroads One cannot but admire the patriotic attitude of the owners
h and latteoy.was iste prei- MacArthur and Ike chemical plants, scores of metal in their graciously allowing the vegeCttion on their plots to grew
d t the Western Electric Re. factories (in which the Communist so abundantly in order, of course, that the tourists may con-
Search Laboratory. As a result, he Miffed is W very mild way to strength is concentrated), building veniently see what this benign climate really can do in the mat-
now receives a $10,000 pension, describe how the Eisenhower ad- projects, clothing factories, oil re-,ter s r of vegetation.un
However, it is irrevocable and can- ministration feels toward Gen. fineries and electrical power sta- It is true that aIn onerl tW cutdownpevery bladeiof grasre ns
not, be reduced or canceled as a Douglas MacArthur these days" tions. And they've been violent. A Incon siderate as erllesily o thn e y roun
.TDt of any official action by hime Though Ike and Doug had a fall- ne ain sight on their lots, tus leaving nothin t y g e
ilin theovernment llug out in the Philippines shortly During some of these "rehear- ml e S ea tourist to see. This inerestin prolific vegetative feature of local
uarles informed me that he had before Pearl Harbor, the President sal" strikes, as rany as 60 work- scenery should be mentioned in tourist propaganda.
un.nothin to do with the bonanza has gone out of his way to keep ems h t e have been wounded. In one T he a O ad on t hos e r
contract iven to the Bell Tele-. he venerable veteran of the Pa- such attack, the commando squad By PETER EDSON have the chiva races on the Saa road, which is an all-ear-
IM9 Company and that all mat- cific buttered up and happy, even seized the headquarters of a ship- round exciting pastime. Unfortunately, o e of the Natonal
rs Crtaining toit were being inviting him down to Washinton ping company and threw the o uard boys seem to take a personal delight in hampering this
i d by Defense Secretary for lunch onoest ccasion. Nowtabln h i t t ureh bluepints ther nouue _A Santa spor Resneverteaenty.
h by $ defense tSecrelary for llch on oner occasion. w furniture, blueprints and other DENVER -(NEA)-Two months of stress. of winter dresses. A young lady p unities for the tourists to th hrll aspect oflu
e quiethat isn all over. inow ago they were worrying about Of course she hasn't had to face with her 10-year-old daughter wan- attractive feature aiso of Panamanian outdoor fe should be
ourse oicial w sonis: MacArthur ist In other battles in a dozen cities Mamie's health, not Ike's. a problem of this personal seri- dered by and the girl recognized drawn other attention of the tourists.
e offtei doesn't the with Japanes.e Foreign Minis the squads have fought the police If anyone had suggested that ousness, perhaps, since her first the First Lady.
ha been around Wathis 'on When Sh t in Wash- with metal beams, bricks and there might be a heart attack in child diedwhen they were sta- In an excited, shrill voice that In England there is an old that the best way to see
h b around W somehin u oheonth Shigimiesu an toersuade bolts whil the gendarmerie usd the Eisenhower family it would tioned in the Philippines. But it's could be heard outside the girl London to take a ride in a b. ell, why cannot we do th
e o w a s e o it i h endeavor to persuade bols the gen ades have been assumed that Mamie the kind of thing that Mamie can screamed: same here? Some tourists, inste
d s a als, is co h t Department to release tear gas anwould be the victim handle. "Mommy, there's Mamie." bile, would no doubt prefer to do so seated comfortably and e-
S that M. Quarles waste. anese war crinals. Dulles rted n When she arrived here several The kind of thing that wears her The clerks and other customers laxed n our beautfu and luxurious buses. This alluring m
,iate petruth. suubtlessfhowevns dged.'He AGA RN ,edt o erlease 26 Although virtually unreported in
i on a l committee w Pior cr Tme inalsr-not necessarily the U.S., there have been r s manyweeks ago Ike and the White down is a heavy schedule of offi- in the store were shocked at the of local travel should oe brought to the notice of all tourist
a ionalcint mortee othrerminals not-necessar 50000 strikers out at any given House doctors were frankly pret- cial "appearances" which she faces outburst. The embarrassed mother Altogether, the bureau will realize that at present the most
w dMsIg into this more f eothrsmoment, American labor reprne- ty upset about her condition. She without end in Washington, clamped her hand over the girl's is not being made 6f the publication of the mAny attractions to
But going to MacArthur's sky sentties rev And this is only was weak from the effects of a In Washington they treat digni- mouth and began hutling her out induce tourists to visit ur cotry; and therefore no doubt it
A.T.T. Contracts t in t rs a rev t t series of minor but protracted ill- tries like dignitaries, of the store. able action will be taken by the ureau to include the foregoing
A.T.&. Contracts apartment m the Waldorf Towers a "preview" of rouble to coe nesses. She was tired f r o m a Here in Denver they've developed Laughing at the whole show, Ma- points in all tourist propaganda in future.
-eanwhile here is part of the in New York immediately there-m s pr PTse a.ah d li rc v so-
maing wh hee is pat s or on-thafter, higiitu was told by Most seriously hit has been round of official functions she had a wonderful knack of treating mie uikly interceded in behalfT. H. Dar ton
'amazing listof contracts or con- ere mhiofta ble an old b h M os munio us e had to take part in Washin ton r dignitaries like good friends or of t young girl who had
ieussios either given of in the pro- MacArthur that the United States Nantes where the chief of police had take hadn't recovered t dom nehbors. d screamed out. To the breathes RUMMAGE SALE
as of negotiation teen should release all Japanese war quit w n the federal government Ado she hadn't recovered trip wit eto.A lt of m t people havewonder of the 10yearold Mamie Sir:
UAT. and aits su kibsZi l l a toer any reservation du e ice srneva, discovered this e.. taleAt of chatted with mother and daughter Through the medium of "Mall Box" I would like to thahk the
. ehowe the-' lad teri Whereupon Dules in Washington f e ft is teors hysl cheek Denvetites. An with more for several minutes until try member of the loal Cathoe Church who worked so hard
y has already sold some of the nearly hit the cellesing. More i there ad Co unis cares a the dtors decidedhat what she relief than Mamie and Ike. thng was relaxed and the strain make te Rummage Sale such a success. It is a project tha re-
ha s already sold soe national portent, In Jahan the Japanese their center, but he ot no help needed most was rest and quiet. This fact will help both Mr. and of te incident had passed. I quires many hours of hard work nd is a project that affords the
to the lines ihone nation press headlin the MacArthur from Premier Edgar aures ov- That's exactly what she has had Mrs. Eisenhower through the diffi- people of the community an opportunity to buy many useful and
d neotiatin to sell more. statement. It put the Eisenhower ernment. The detective stor-writ- the past few weeks and the medi- cult weeks ahead. It is undoubted The first time after her arrival needed articles at a raronab price.
S is negotiating to sell more. administration in an extremely ing Premier of France did not cine has worked wonders. why Ike's doctors have announced that White House photographers I hav talked with many people of the Santa Cruz community
2. The defense Depatmentis ad i lin appear anxious to take on the This is fortunate, too. Because that the President will not be were permitted to snap Mamie was and they are very thankful for the chance to buy at this sale and
g all telephone es at mili- bad light appeCommunist apparatnxo us for the next months of Ike's ex- moved to Washington any time at a luncheon given by the Lowry we hop that It will be an annual affair. I have checked to fid
ry posts to he Telephone Co- Communist appears. pected recovery Mamie will be soon. Air Force Base Officers Wives out who the ones were that worked so hard to make the sale
n. already been autione systems NOTE of staff MacAr Eisenhowethu r First off, e has done little to under a special strain. I Of course this is Mamie's home Club. possible.
ith another 175 to be sold. occupied a desk in is outer office rebuild the effective anti-Commu Doctors will undoubtedly be keep- town and she is a bona fide friend And if there was any linerin Our thanks to th following persons who worked so hard,
th another 175 to be sold. was with him when he evacuated nist intelligence system which the wonder of the 10-year-old Mamie and neighbor in the community. doubt that Mamie had reg ed Medames Dunn, C on, Idol, Lowery, Jones, Mulle, M ak,
The Civil Aeronautics Board the Bonus Army, and wrote some Dixieme Bureau, the police and during this period. But her re- But if she came from any other full health and strength it was and Catanzaro. Also to Mrs. Morency who ws in charge o the
Sg otiating to turn over his b the st spe notably his the urete had built up until the actions just after Ike's attack and city in the United States it's doubt- ended at this point. She posed for successful affair.
otiating's $5,000,000 land linesto to farewell to the Army whe he e regime of endes-France bean her quick, sure handling of her ful whether the First Lady could the pictures as graciously as she -A Santa Crus Resident.
Sephoe Company. signed as Chief of Staff. Eisenhow- dismantling it. So M. Faure does end of the crisis indicate that she's find the same relaxed, friendly always has. It was obvious that
4. The Pentagon has brought er went with MacArthur to the not really know what's happening up to the trial ahead. atmosphere all about her even she was thoroughly enjoying her-
t.tage pressure on the Justice Philippines to train the Philippine inside the French Communist Responding to an emergency like though it was her home town. self. 1
ment to dis sroth antiP- army but was sent home by Mac- party. this iA really Mamie's dish of tea. Here's an example of the way Later that afternoon Mamie
rtment ato dain stA # sarti hr i ,as s ut o fe As the wife of a career military it works: dro ped in unexpectedly on the
suit brought under the Tru- sonal differences. This is probably Secondly, a good part of his man she has had a life full of her The other day Mamie was shop- we ng of one of the Secret Serv.
administration to divorce A.- the best break Eisenhower ever police and military forces are in own crises and has always been ping in one of the department ice men, to give the newlyweds the
r. rom Western Z1 a c tr I c. got, because- had he been in the North Africa and he is loath to ready to help others in their times stores downtown, examining a rack thrill of their life. I <
h manufactures equipment Philippines on Dec. 7, 1941, he recall thom to-keep order at home. ..
e Telephone Company. might have been imprisoned for Furthermore, he does not want
0 Air Force has signed its the duration of the war. to take on the French Communist
act for $249,000,000 -a yeler party in a face-to-face battle. SOIlI
by the Telephone Company WOODEN CARS GO
build lines to connect arctic So the. Communist labor appara. arW inchelIN ew York
posts with southerly defense SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. tus has been -planning the really
Railroad has retired its last -two bea. What has gone before, bloody THE HEADLINER .. elared: "On most decisions I'm I said. Guess! That's what you've
A.T.&T. Personnel wooden passenger cars. Their pass- as 'it was is like a Sunday stroll pretty impulsiv.e But on any de- been doing all afternoon."
gin was mourned by commuters, in the-Tuilleries compared to what Maj. Gen. Howard McC Snyder cision, Eddie ponders an ponders
:l while here are some of the who said the ancient cars may the Communists plan. treated President Eisenhower five and never makes up his mind until Archie Moore once achieved his
as or n ebovernm, th neci wr o of a ado Te m isdea it a rhteH a hl u. i a minutes after the attack. He was the last minute. This can go on greatest victory outside of thh TO
Company executives, in were more comfortable andt cool- The Communists will use as kept quiit to have a good recovery for years." Eddie, apparently, pon- ring. e demonstrated t h e re-
to Secretary of the Air er than heir steel replacements. their political motif not merely a from the shock .T.. he President dered and pondered his romantic markable recuperative powers of
demand for wa es, but a big cut had a complete rest or eight hours problem and finally made up his the body. Moore absorebd heavy REGISTER
.... Rbinto profits. O course, thistwill to alldw hin to have the most ex- mind. The months of pondering punishment before he was ham-
tembring industrial resistance w and tensive recovery. A cardiogram must have seemed like years to mered into submission by thneYOUR
so flames, as it did at one time in der decided not to tell the press ers hope the Fishers' marriage will heavyweight in the finest sense of
France, .when the precedent for because he did not- want to fright- be happier than their engagement. the word. Incredibly, during the GORHAM
sitdown strike was set long be- en the American people. Dr. ny- 1940s,Archie which require sur.
fore this technique hit Detroit. der tells intimates: "Eisenhower The World Series, the nation's gery. The illness shriveled him to
SAmerican labor observers report had a fine trip to the hospital; annual frenzy, is performing its a mere 100 pounds.STERLING
m g -that the mass of non-Commuoist physically and psychologically.' customary magic: Transforming .
... oU ,$LjFrench workers are watching the seemingly rational humans into Look mag currently reminds his-
Communists. If the strikes arbog The President was recently told fanatic experts zealously prodlaim- torians of this momentous event: PATTERN
In big wage increases nd the gov amous genera who had ing their triumphant convictions "Clark Gable's incredible sex ap-
ernmen doesn't kee law and or- an attack during a dinner. ItHand offering an analysis of their peal has stirred woEen for three HERE
T tl der, the average worker will swig turned ot not to be any heart strategic conclusions to One and decades." The perionical's conclu- ',
T Ttales Oo the Commist trouble, but Dr- Myron Prinzmetal All In the best second-guess sion is beyond the realm of debate
U mcikoonty 8 Goelkeeper 27 O sn 44 End If the Cmu ist party then e of the top West Coast medicos tradition, they'll tell you who of course. Before he stirred worn.
was at the same table and he, also, should have done what, where and en, Gable was a little-known ac-
Olrated* 57tieste wine 29False od form)4 elections (which decide who will walked the man to the car and when-after every game .-. tor at Warner's. He was soon -
*stake 551sre 30 Auricite 46 European speak for the workers in French avoided a stretcher or ambulance Frankie Frisch, one of the pas- dropped by that studio--because .
: 3 .o 11tVanish devices medicine trigger similar strikes through- logical shock "By wa k," he manager in baseball knows the lacked sex appeal.
.....................ce mdie tger mla ...sre through said, "I mean really carry him, mechanics of the game. Master-
it nii~gs WFO~11 9Ms~ntr 4Feinne ur Lroe, um wi un~uui~l~Iutee hi i avericlrahermidig i alo o huk.Ifyouve Whrethee s earthrear

Sof egs roargun 39 Mrs. Cantore 49 Feminine ou .uropeinthe Frenchmcabinet. p- but keep him in a vertical, rather minding is a lot of hunk. If you've Where there is fear-there are // / \
S4Fgbten 21 Charged atom 40 Rot flax appellation ticipation in the French cabinet than horizontal position at t h a t got pitching and hitting and good fools. This was demonstrated again
. 1 a 24 African tre 41 Evaded 50 Soothsayer i Au Europe will be in an uproar point, due to the element of fright, fielding, you'll win; if you haven't by the stock market's dive follow-
rf a b* 28 Containers 43 Send in 53 Collection of Our own foreign policy willneed Pol you won't." ing the Presidents illness. The
U 3iia tr payment sayings careful t g and revision, just The last three cardiograms After serving as a manager frightened chumps who dumped
at the moment when we will haveyurtBridaleRdn
meM. o at the mom t nw wic havtobrinet showed good repair in evi- Frankie became a baseball broad- their valuable securities displayed Our Bridal Registy Service keep a record of y
1,a n 4 r g no comma ending voice to brin to-dence as rapidly as the doctor caster. He relished the new job. the same irrational stupidity as
Spether al points of view insidethe has ever seen. He added that it "A w o n d e r f u business," he the Fulbright Committee's farcical pattern and desired pieces, so we can help your
S ahit So keep y House and Cabinthe Crn- would look as if he would have a grinned. "You never wake up in investigation. Those who purchas- friends and relatives select precisely what you need
SSo keep your eymachines on Franeom very good scar tissue develop, un- the middle of the night with the ed the stocks at bargain prices
Smunist labor machine in France. ls something unforeseen and un- bases loaded and nobody out." will undoubtedly reap hefty profits to fill-in your ervie.
|__ exbcted were to occur. In fact, in the near future. Floyd Odium, Our Bridal Registry Service also can include
41- vTe9excellent scar...' The doctor For the players, professional one of the shrewdest traders, onceOur Bridal y Serve can include your
09 added that he has every reason to baseball is not merely a game. admonished: "You buy when the CHINA and CRYSTAL. The EARLIER you chose
expect a perfect recovery and that' It's a tough job-a rugged way to other fellow sells and sell when it and register your pattern, the more Silver you'll he.
Jd~ Sme the President would be able to earn a living. But most ballplay- looks rosiest."
Z9 30 play all the golf and exercise helers have a passion for the game. The stock market is affected by by your Wedding date.
wishes .. .And if he doesn't getiThis was explained by Dodgers' emotions, of course. In the long Psleshabowmarefer Pl'eoSettiacamo
.t% upset and take advantage of the Roy Campanella: "You have to be run, however, it reflects the na- 1 aofe 1 1 Ta oh.B
situation and doesn't attend any a man to be a big-league ball- tional economy. Our economy 1 Soup Spoe d Fork.
Jih e sreaB -receptions or make any speeches player. But you have to have a day is sound and expanding.
he doesn't have to, he could run ot of little boy in you, too." Will Rogers nutshelled it: "In
E S another term without damage ... ... Wall Street, bulls and bears are
In fact, continues the good news,; Leo Durocher's departure from outnumbered by jackassesm" -
the doctor says he considers that the game deprives the sport of a T
lakbird of this collateral circulation would good act. Hammy, but entertain- Yankee Stadium, Press Box a 1 B
......f 50 give him a better heart than he' ing: Leo's nose-to-nose and mouth- Seat 300: As our car approached Y
son" !i&lal ,- r --^ had physically for the last three to-mouth debates with umpires ... the Stadium, the radio s : "The I
years. After one loud skirmish with an Yankees are now going a tothSIVER CENTER
ri r i -arbiter, Leo marched back to the field". We said to DIM ........
JL.iliMa i B P j i The nation has been relieved of dugout muterring what soded It es you a paMg, de=ont'6 STOR, 1 CENTIAL AVENUE, PANAMi
Si rone aaxiety, at least. Debbie and like profanty. The uma eed Jo? h"Yes,' pe .b
K i a Edde have become Debbieddie... ILeo: "What did you say?" DiMaggio has a treaendas ofer
*7y | '^* ---- -_-_--_-_ _I -Several months ago, the bride di- Leo exploded: "GIA what (Centinaed ean Ige 6)

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. NPDAY, OCTOBER 3, l055



3ox Panama

P.alliu ,ud a5.w1 U L 4 iu prAWmp t 1t La"-auu s
Pa.s 2-0740 v 2-0741 L.--. 9.00 1, '10 .. a .

FOREIGN MINISTER WELCOMED-Upon their return from New York early yesterday morn-
ig, Foreign Minister and Mrs. Alberto Boyd were met by a -roup of friends and well-wishers.
Mr. 'oyd had been attenning the United Nations. Left to right are Mr. Camilo Fabrega, rep-
resettive of Braniff Airways, Minister Boyd, Mrs. Boyd and the Boyds' young son and
daughter, United States Ambassador Julian G. Harrington, the Secretary of the Foreign Min-
istry, Mr. Carlos Arosemena, and the second secretary of the British Embassy, Mr. Gaylord W.
r Woodward.

A group of 32 news-media officials representing nemspa- Michigan; J. H. Nixon
pers, rxdio and TV stations from Maine to Oregon are due on Plain Dealer and Tim
the Isthmus tomorrow evenin,,for a two-day visit of sight- Wabash, Indiana; Mrs.
seeing and orientation. The tour is made up of publishers, son, Woman's E d it
editors, and editorial writers plus station officials. Statesman Newspapers
the tour is under the direction of Dr. Marcel R. Durlaux, daho; N. Dewitt Ray,
of the U. S. Society of Editors and Commentators. This group ning Gazette, Indiana
has sponsored similar tours during the last four years to nia. gene
Europe, the Midddle East and even to Russia. idOthers are Eugene SMi
beth Simon feature wr
The editors and commentators! can Press Association from Oct. Daily News, Tarentun
converged in Mexico City late last 29 through Nov. 3. vania; Burrell Small,
%yeeac and after sightseeing there Those booked for the tour in- manager, Daily Journal
dropped down to Guatemala Citp clude Mrs. May Craig, Washing- kee, Illinois; Mrs. Eva
yesterday. ton D. C. correspondent o the-Guy editor writer, Daily
They are de in P a n a m a on Gannet Publications of Portland Times, Ottawa, Illinois
PAA Flight 501 tomorrow night Maine., Buford Boone, publisher of B. Smulln, president,
and will stay at Hotel El Panama. The News, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Oregon Television Co.,
Wednesday morning they will Ronald Woodyard, president radio eral manager of station
meet U. S. Ambassador Julian F. stations WONE of Dayton, Ohio of Medford, Oregon a
Harrinaton at the United States and WAAA of Winston Salem. KIEM-TV, E u r e k a,
Information Service and will then North Carolina; C h a r l e s M. Mrs. Patricia Smullin,
proceed to the Presidencia where Young, and Mrs. Estelle C. Young, ident, R e dw o d B
they will be introduced to Presi- publishers, The World Publishing Company, and women'
o dent Ricardo Arias. Company, Helena, Ark; Dan L. of station KIEM-TV o
Ale Junbheo-a -they will meet eebe, editor-publisher M ury- c ltfornia. l .
Governor John S. Seybold a Mi- Register, Orovilse, Cal.; Frede-.lsoGeo re Tle
rafloes, for a look at then control rick L.' Alman, president, and dent, Times Chroncle
towar...Next stop is Pedro Miguel Mrs. Mary P. Allman, vice presi- Jenkintown, Pennsylval
where/they board a tug for a trip dent, rad ion WSVA and WS- jamin Weir, publisher,
through Gaillard Cut. VA TV, Hrrisonburg Vir, Virginia; Frances Shuford, editor
M'7 p.m. they will be guests E. B. Aldrich, president, East 0- of the Daily Courier,
of the Panama Newsmen's Union regonian, Pendleton, Oregon; Ray- Illinois.
for a buffet at the Casa del Perio- mond E. Dix, editor publisher,
dista. and Mrs. Carolyn G. Dix, edito- Comptroller Heurtemal
rial writer, of the Daily Record, Off or Washington
Thursday will be devoted to in- Wooster, Ohio. Mr. Robert Heurtema
formal sightseeing and shopping Others are Benjamin Franklin, troller-General of the
followed by a short reception to president, Associated Clubs, Inc., left for the Sates last n
be given in the visitor's honor at Topeka, Kansas; Thomas Ireland,
the Embassy residence on La correspondent for the G i r a r d Mrs. Simpson Leaves
Cresta by Ambassador and Mrs. News nad Associated P a p e r s, Mrs. Louis Simpson o
Harringon. Hours are 5:30 to 7 Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Carla B. bres is off to the State.
.m. Keys, president, radio station WF- a month's vacation du
That night the newsmen take off LO, Farmville, Virginia; Caryl she will visit relatives
for Lima, then to La Paz, Santia- Krouser, president, Printer Re- York State.
go, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio view Barstow, California; W. R.
de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Cara- Mathews, editor publisher, and Mrs. Auerbach Honored
cas Mrs. Betty M a t h e w s, editorial Mrs. G. T. Auerbac
They are due to reenter the U- writer, of the Daily Star, Tucson, York was the guest of
united States at New Orleans on Arizona. buffet supper tendered
Oct. 27, in time to attend he an- Also, Phillip F. Miller, publish- day evening by Mrs. a
nual meeting of the Inter-Amer- er, Daily Tribune, Royal 0 a k, Harry Willis at their re
Campo Alegre.
__Guest included Mr. at
nacio Molino, Dr. Josep
BARGAIN PRICE Mr. and Mrs. A. E. B.
BAR GAIN PR E ton, Mr. and Mrs. Clev
per, and Mr. and Mrs.
AT Fisher.
Mrs. Anderson Honored
Z G AG At Bon Voyage Party
Mrs. Howard C. Andei
ZIG-ZAG DeLesseps area, Cristo
recently honored at a B
luncheon and card party
in Our New Department members of the Tuesd,
the Garden Room of t
o 3 d s j ffGuest House.
of 3 yds. x 1.A replica of a Panan
A.- d .. "air ....

, president,
nes S t a r,
Betty Pen-
or, Idaho
s, Boise. I-
editor, Eve-,
imion, pres-
rs. E 1 i z a-
iter, Valley
m, Pennsyl-
g e n e r'a 1
I, Kan ka-I
a G. Sma,
s; William
and gen-
nd station
vice pres-
s director
if Eureka,
", Prt pes-
Cor any,
nia; Ben-
and Mrs.
rial writer,

a L in'e

snip niaude of ca&e was used a
a centerpiece amid greenery on
the luncheon table. Mrs. Anderson
was presented with an orchid cor-
sage and a figurine as a farewell
Mr. Anderson has retired from
service with the Railroad Division
of the Panama Canal and he andi

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gram to obtain proper text
books, teaching aids, ard physi-
cal facilities. Emphasis will be
given to elementary acpola proi.
which she photographed during
her travels.
The world traveller visited, in a
three and a half months' period
via flight, Hawaii, Japan, Philip-
'anmbodia, Vietnam, Indo-
China, India, Ceylon, Egypt, Jor-
dan Lebanon, Syria, C y pru s,
Greece, France, Switzerland, Bel-
gium, Holland and England.
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18-47 CENTRAL AVE. (137)

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Mrs. Anderson sailed Saturdayto and pen and ink sketches--this aft- I T
make their home in Richmond, ernoon at the Administration Wa Ro kefell
Va. Building of theNationaL Universi- A T nag an W R cker IV
Those present beside the honoree ty. This willte'I artist Cedeno's $509 950 To F
were Mesdames Jean Stevens, first public exhibition of his work \ -are In a m; 0 TlI
John Crone, E. J. Friedrichs, R. in some time.Flares In Hal e T $ To p xand YMCA
W. Rubelli from the Atlantic side; The collection represent the M-A
also Mesdames R. H. Otten, H. L. work of several years. Careful stu- One NEW YORK, Oct. 3 UP)
Wentworth, E. R. Baltozer, H. auy of the paintings will enable art One YoJohn D. Rockefeller Jr tod
Bathmann, Stanley Hamilton, H. lovers to see the planter's prog- Rach notice for tnehlabion i this NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP) A gave $509,950 to the centennial
J. Quinland and W. C. He aron ress in recent ears according to should ubmited in teenage gang war flared in east fund being raised to strenhen
from the Pacific side. connoisseurs' wo have noted his Ih Wt ad ia on Harlem late Saturday night and ,and expand the services ot
Mr. Mor talent. Cedeno is rated among Pa- c and OtherwLe," or delivered one youth is dead-two are wound- YWCA of the United State
rs. Morgan o Open namas leading artists. by are cr- m candy e aW teotice ed-and four a'- held on various Mrs. F. Beardsley Foster .
New Course In Canal Zone art lovers are cor- !dn co *cpted y l. charges. vice-president'of the na
Flower Arrangement dially invited to view 4the Cedeno Police say a blazing gun bat-. YWCA and chairman of thel
Mrs. Pat Morgan, who for sev- collection which is recognized as tie broke out between to notorious cutive committee of the ce
eral years had taught thousands of very fine. The hour set for today's Harlem gangs-the "Demons" and nial fund, announced the
residents of both Panama and the inspection is 5 p.m. CZ College Club ..the "Viceroys" at 112th Street and tion which brings the fund"
Canal Zone the art of tropical Invites Caribbean Club !Madison Avenue. al a
flower arrangements will open a Mrs. Levitt Given .. or Saturday Coffee When the shooting ended -18- centennial $4,49441 Thes 5 lllo
new free course at the Balboa Shower At Tivoli The Caribbean College Club will year-old Pablo Piuarro of the "De- elars is
YMCA-UJSO on Monday, Oct, 17. Mrs. Dorothy Herrington and be lwe guest of The Canal Zone mons" was dead. Mrs. Foster said the
Two classes each Monday will Mrs. Helen Tomford were hostes- College Club at a morning coffeeI Wounded were: Joseph Adams, rase nt f,,dwoud he
be held, one at 9 a.m. and the oth- ses on Friday evening at Tivoli which will b held on Saturday, 14-years old-a junior high school raised in the fund would be
er at 7 p.m. Residents of the Ca- Guest House for a surprise stork at 9:30 a.m. at the Balboa YMCA student-bullet wounds of the for the expansion of wor
nal Zone an( Panama, both mili- and buffet honoring Mrs. Frances Mrs. G. C. Lcokridge and herright leg and left thigh. vices curtailed by rising
tary and civilian, are invited. L-vitt. eotmmittee will be hostesses forl And Villard Santos, 16-years old vices curtailed by rising c_
Mrs. Morgan will devote a spe- .nk-and white was the m i the coffee. als a st udent-a bullet wound of r-
cial session to Christmas Arrange- Pi,-anw w as the in o ,' the right arm.
means. The course in general will used to decorate n attractive ta- Artist And ... Poli sa car driven by Pi- and harmony, r be in te Fn Ro w. Ms .. -aamaanin Artist And Police say a car driven by Pi-
include design and harmony, rules Hilda Meyers pored cofe Mrs teacher To Address zarro and filled with four other
for cutting and care of plant mate- fThose who gathered to fete Mrs. boa Women's Club "Deir.ons" pulled up at 112th on a
rive; the use of flowers, f uit s, ILe vitt included Mrs. Helen Dia.t qhiari de Gruber well gang of "Viceroys" standing on
vegetables and seed in design;, .the -hoh M,.. Silvis, Mrs Eveln known artist and teacher will bel we corner.
use of dried and exotic material, Peynods, Mrs. 'Cantor, Mrs. Dai the guest Speaker at the Gamboa Instead of fleeing-however -
practical demonstrations and fi- 'reettenburn, M T oti Ms Women s Club Thursday evening the corner group returned the fire a
nally a flower show put on by the sy Tettenburn, Mrs. Toth, Msat tns C Tud engt
aly aower sow pu on by rothy inning, Mrs McClure at te ivic Center. and Pizzaro slumped over dead. a
Te wen is.. ... t Mrs. Mary Ewing, Mrs. D oy le! Perhaps this might be one of The other tour in the car ran. 5
nTher will be eightclass s M e Mrs- Ida Ruth Fulier Mrs An the last of Mrs. Gruber's talks and Police later arrested four boys ait
Gardens. drasek, Miss Ruth Minor, M r exhibitions to the Women's Clubs, -including one of those wounded
Thos whn.. e l f. Burns. Mrs. Kathei'ine Mo e h I e in the Canal Zone, before her de- Arrested on charges of felonious
r Those mornwishing to enroll for eith- Mrs. Trevathan Miss Florence' parture to United States. assault and violation of the Sul-
es may do so by writing or call- Pteterson, Mrs." Garrison, Mr s The public i invited to attend livan Law are:
e 0 Dan isse11, Mrs.~ C~or, Msithis talk at 8 p.m. Frank Rivera, 16-years old; Wil. o
ing YMCA or registering personal- Dan.Bi sell Mrs or, M hostesses are Mrs. L. E. Bates liam Ortiz, 17-years old, and one
ly. at the office. Sylvia Staples, Mrs.. Ledbetter,"'Ian ost s ae M. i
The classes are feee and certi- Mrs. Russet Edards,. Mrs: Ma- and Mrs. H. H. Tabert. of the wounded boys-Villard San-
ficates will be issued to those who ghias, Mrs. Martha Corlett, Mrs. H teos j i
successfully complete the course. Eleanor Becker, Miss Margaet Emblem Club 15Held aa juvenile delinquent iswho
Flynn, Mrs .Eva Drassau, Mrs. Meets Tomorrow 15-year old Angelo Perez, who
Helen McKeown, Mrs., Florence| The Cristobal Emblem Club No. police identifhey add a member ofha t he
Eldelmans Announce Birth Mallett, Mrs. Francs Horter, Mrs. 52 will hold its regular business Deas aons. Theyin add thalian-akt he a
Of Baby Daughter Tommy Lou Horter, Mrs. Helen meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at womatic with an e bullet in the
Mr. and Mrs. Salo Eidelman be- obbs, Mrs. Hilda Myers, Mrs the Elks Home in Brazos Heights. omatc when he was b arllet in thed.
came parents of a baby girl, their Florence Redmand, Miss Ann Wil Please bring all finished hand- when he was arrted
first child, Saturday morning at liams, Mrs. Frances Walker, Mrs. work and' any extras you- ma y gram and Diablo in particular. A
the Panama hospital. Mary Foser, Mrs. Marione Camp- have. Upon conclusion of Esser's talk
Mrs. Eidelman is the former 0- bell, Mrs. Helen Cicero, and Mrs. there will be a short business
dila Solis. The couple reside in Be- Dorothy Ritter. Diablo Parent-Teachers meeting. Francis S ulley, of Los
lla Vista. Mr. Eidelman, who is Assn. 'Meets Tomorrow Rios, will conduct an open forum
a member of the board of direc- Dr. Grace Stewart The Diablo Heights Parent- on the advisability of the Diablo'
tors of The Theatre Guild, is well- To Lecture At JWB Teachers Association will hold Heigts Parnt-Teahers Asso-
known in Panama for his musical The monthly illustrated talk will its October meeting in the Dia- eiation joining t-The national
compositions. present Dr. Grace Steward of Gor- blo Gym at 7:30 tomorrow eve- Conress of parent Teachers.
The baby has been named Ra- gas Hospital on "Around the ning.. ngress o paren Teachers.
chel Melinda. World" at the USO-JWB Armed sigurd E. Esser, superinten-
.... -- '-"ces Service Center on Monday, dent of the Schools Division Al
Artist Juan Cedeno .. Oct. 10, 10 8 p.m. will be the guest speaker. He'
To Show Paintings Dr. Stewart, who recently re- will discuss the Canal Zone
At Panama University turned from a 32,000-mile trip, will sch ol program. How this prol-
Juan Manuel Cedeno, noted Pa- take her audience to visit the far gram Is developed to meet the
namanian artist, will show some corners of the world with her ex- requirements of a fluctuating
forty paintings-oils, watercolors tensive collection of colored slides number of students which each
.__'year enter the Canal Zone schools
in all grades from every one of
the 48 states. The education of
these children, while in the Zone,
"'7/ [_that they can one, two, or ten
years later, enter another school
ESCA E system with the minimum of
ESCA E difficulty.
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We might have here the makings
of a dehghtful international inci-
dent. Dave MacDonald, director of
ABC-TV's "The Vise," which is
filmed in England, comes out and
says, "These British uctresses ha
it all over American actresses."
That's what you might call a flat '
statement, except he's talking 1 W
about curves. i
"The British girls are more
beautiful, have far better figures
and are more versatilely talented,"
MacDonald continues. And he Swason s Sandra Dome
worked in Hollywood for years, too, ordo
so he knows whereof he continues. this spurt of activity He may be
He singles out several of his overdoing It a bit, but he feels
British belles-Jill Clifford, who "producers should produce" and he
woulm make men "ignore" Holly- thinks most could easily do more
wood scrawnies likeJane Russell than they do He is, obviously,
and Marilyn Monroe; Eunice Gay-. oing his part
son, "who out-ginas Gina;" and le's a burly, ruddy-cheeked man
names like Kay Callard, Jennifer witn sort eyes and a warm smile
ayne, Sandra Dorne and Maureen His office is a large, disorganized
Swanson.u place with huge widows irontmg
He also mentions some figures- on Broadway It's here that hMe
Miss Dorne, he says, is 38-24-3 does his creating-between lights!
and Miss Callard is 38,24,37. Those.-and he has strong ideas about
must be British telephone number just what a producer should do
;-----and "The only bit of individual judg-
UTOPIA(TVDIVISION) mnt a producer should exercise,"
UTForever after V he says, "is deciding what play to
No canned laughter. produce Alter hei akes twat de-
No canned laughter cision, all others should bejoint:
Somewhere between Boston and decisions-with the playwright and:
Philadelphia, there is Bloomgar. director assisting"
den. This is a man, not a place. I Maybe that's why Bloomgarden!
First name, Kermit. Occupation, is one of the most successful pro-.
play producer. And presently he's ioucers we have.
as busy as a one-armed do-it-
yourself paper hanger, with four The unofficial NBC position is
productions in various stages of that incidents befalling their Mid-
readiness, die East representatives are hap-
pening "too close for comfort" n
L Sept 5, cameraman Ben Oyster-
man was injured when his car was
rammed into in Israel Just t w o
and a halt weeks before, Roland
Jourdan, another NBC staffer, was
Jack Sterling ("Make Up Your ambushed and killed by Arab
Mind," CBS-Radio): A phony is a tribesmen nearby NBC wonders if

one time. He hasn't been home the writer was young)p It goes:
with an edges, and listeningt ol' lease send me a TV set and a

:his schedule you develop intense TV camera so I can have fun with
sympathy (and admiration) for !my friends" And there was a PS
producers in general and Bloom- -"If you don't send them, please
gardens in 'particular. I send instructions for making
"The Diary of Anne Frank, a them"
dramatization of the famous
"Diary of a Young Girl" was try-,
lag out in Philadelphia. "A View
From the Bridge," Arthur Miller's!
latest work, was trying out in Bos. ;
ton. "The Lark," a French im- :' E FRNOS
action about Joan of Arc, was:
just about to go into rehearsal.
A lank Loesser's first musical
sinceVGuys and Dolls -as as-yet-
-er .,"They Knew
What 'They Wtt"-is in th !
planning stage.

: So, for three weeks, Bloomgar-
'den was spending his days flying!
-between New York, Boston and
Philadelphia. Often he'd make all
three cities in one day.
"This just sort of happened,
tBloomgarden says. "And I hope i I you stop to picK someone
never happens again. 'Anne Frank e you t di
was due last year, but director up when you are driving your
Sw avaa Ancar and his house is set rather'
'The Lark' was due last year far back from- the road, drive
Stood, but Jule Harris was pregnant into the driveway.
Sso we had to postpone that one Sitting parked in the street
too. I suddenly found myself in blowing your horn is hardly a
thi spot" gracious way to say, "Ive ar-
Actually, Bloomgarden relishes rived." .


"I never look ,at any other girl but Marge-you wouldn't
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at tle CENTRAL theatree Dale Robertson departs form .1-
usua out-~-O- roles to play the silk-and-satiaes'
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Super-Carrner Forrestal

Commissi ned Into Navy ", S ..
PORTSMoTH, Va., t. 3 2-Now she is alive." Then he wish Written for NEA Service
(UP) T sup~rearrier 'orrest- ed them "fair win Is and smooth
al, a 60,000tin awesome weapon sailing."
of war, was. commissioned in t o Honored, too, was the I at e. ORT24
the Navy at the weakened with the; James V. Forrestal, first Secreta- l A Q3
hope its instruments of death need ry of Defense, for whom. the car- Q 6 5 2
never be usj in battle river is named. John A. Hill, chair- 94
The queen ship of Americand man of the loitrd of the National 4 Q 7 62
fighting fleets "is a- w pon of war Security Industrial Ass9ciation WECP EAST
dedicated to peace," 1avy secre- which Forrestal founded, i1resent- 6 8?7 4 52
tary Charles S. Thoras said at ed a bust of the secretary. VA JIo8 973
the color ful ceremony, Satuday.l Standing on deck as the Navy|, # pJn107 2 a- 3985 3 th won she o wnen t y of clubs e clarer twonl
ut should war c the bigrcere y, received t he ship from the Nw- 2 HORN IN ON THE PRIZES-Prize ribbons decorate the horns
B futshould war carierthe bigfreceiveds thenk hip fromtheN # 103 lJ 98e4 of these Ayrshire cows owned by 4-H Clubber a arbara Denson.
flattop may well b1' Witin range' port News Shipbuilding & Drydocki SOUTH (D), bn Atlefs Bn r a ean
to !'strike the f i r s t retaliatorpICo., was Adm. Arthur W. R a d- t SOUTH (D 17, of Lebanon, N.H. At left is Benayr Kay, who won the grand
blow James H. Smith Jr., as- ford, chairman of the joint chiefs 4 K J 10 94 prize at the Canaan, N.H. fair for the second straight year. Other
sistan Natvy secretary for a i r, of staff, who once endangered his V K 4 cow is one of Benayr Kay's offspring. Barbara took a total Of
'n career by battling for super car. A K Q 6 11 prizes with these and other animals she has cared lot..
ekm bto controversy and built riers. 6 A 5
over considerable opposition, The Forrestal is the first of a North-South vul. gone down if West had kept quiet. trumps and the last high diamond.
the Navy proudly took her into new line of warships which will South West North East South happened to be Jay T. Fei- By this time South was down to
the fleet and even as it did so be able to launch atomic bomb- 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass gus of Brooklyn. for many years a one heart and two clubs. West had
began thinking About bigger and ers and jet fighters against tar.- 2 Pass 2 4 Pass leading tournament player; and to save the blank ace of hearts
more powerful"a t o m i c age gets 1,000 miles away. Two sis.- 3 4 Pass 4 6 Pass West's double was all Feigus need. and two clubs, after which he was
ships. ter shinet Saratoga and Ranger, 6 Double Pass Pass ed to find the winning line of play. given his heart trick. West then
"In time," the Navy said in a are building, and the Independ. Pass had to lead away from the king
statement, "evq the Forrestal enee and Kitty Hawk have been Opening lead- 8South won the opening trump of clubs, giving declared tw club
will be surpassed by another ship, authorized. lead in his own hand and imme- tricks and the doubled slam con-
but for the present and the fore- Atomic carriers, which'the Na- diatel led the low heart towards tract.
seeable rI is carrier wi lNflu- vy is thinking of:nCould well be diatelv led the low heart towardstract.
seeable future his carrier wi lflu vy is thinking of, could ell he dummy. West had to play low, If West had beaten the contract
fill the needs f the naval air 15,000 tons heavier than the For- As thiscolumn has often pointed since to put up the ace of without doubling, he would have
arm restal. out, the double of a slam contract hearts would give declare an even earned 130 points, The double
an the F*restal's h a n g e r A &,.000-ton supercarrier w a s that has been XI untarily bid by itual discard on dummy's queen of would have increased that score
deck just blow her four -acre approved for building by Congi'ess good players cannot gain very hearts. to 200 points, if successful. Hence
flight deck me 1,036 feet long in 1948. But in April, 1949, then much and may lose a large IPummy's queen of hearts there. West risked close to two thousand
-the Nav high command, defense Secretary Louis Johnson amount. The hand shown today il- fore won the second trick. Feigus points in the attempt to pick up an
with quiet ride, described the scratched it. It was to have been lustrates the point. took two top diamonds, ruffed a extra hundred. This' is not good
$197,859,00 d'arrier as "the most the U.S.S. United States. South's slam contract was ambl- diamond with the ace of trumps, g a m b Ii n g, especially when it
powerful man.of-war afloat. .a A year after tLe Korean w ar tious, and he would probably have and then led out the rest of his doesn't pay off!
symbol of the navy 'of tomor- started, the Forrestal began a-
row.., and effective defense of building in July, 1951.
our way o life." The shin, wide enough o hold. .
Low cloud ceilings and brizz- the British Queens Elizabeth and
ling rain canceled out Navy plans Mary side-by side on her f li g h
for an ai parade of its a te st deck, was launched and christen-
planed o84Irr the supercarrier. ed by Forrestal's widow last De
Some 4000 persons gathered in the : member.
vast hanger deck for the cere- DIAM ON DS
Monies. D IA"O' '
With the Forrestal, Thorm a s
said, will go "atomic submatines,
atissile ships, powerful jet a i r-
craft, sltek destroyers, forming
an illusive, hard-hittinrig fast-mov-
Ing task force."
He described the leviathan,
which can .lip the ocean waters
at 40 mph s "an important por
tion of the physical fighting pow-
er of this nation placed on a rapid-
ly moving platform amidst t h e g W
sovereign seas to help preserve
the peace of the world." *
In clipped, strong words, Adm. A V 4 (
Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of Naval
Operations. told the ship's 3500-1
man crew they were the men who
would give the ship her charac-
ter. '
"She was a cold mass of steel l l i
until this mornERt," Burke said. H I\


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serve the beauty of the George
Washington home at Mount
Vernon, Va., Congresswoman
Frances P. Bolton ('R-Ohio) has
purchased some 485 acres of
land along the Potomac River
facing the home. Mrs. Bolton,
active in the Mt. Vernon La-
dies Association, said she
bought the land to prevent the
threatened commercial devel-
opment of the area near the fa,
mous tourist attraction.

Walter Winchell
(Continued from Page 2)
He is thinking it over because it
will change his "whole way of
life" Joe, who is never a
ham, went under the grandstand
seats to reach his box-to be as
unnoticed as possible Ball-
players call it showboating (ham-
ming it up) when a player "knows"
the TV cameras are on him .
Elston Howard's 2nd Inning hom-
er (his first time up in his first
Series) wouldn't have happened if
Mickle Mantle wasn't disabled .
New Yorkers who have influence
enough to get admission into the
exclusive Stadium club and bar
rarely use their choice box seats.
They watch the game on TV- .
"Hello, Myrt!" we affectionately
saluted Mrs. Power (the $32,000
quiz winner) as she left her seat
Box. "I'm jealous. I saw you kiss
that guy Hal March. with every-
body looking from C o a s t to
Coast!" ."Well, here's one
for you, Walter," she said, plant.
ing A Big One on our cheek as the
crowd howled.

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FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
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condition, $350. Inspect at 82
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Balboa High School beat Ath- smashed for six points with
letic Club Saturday night's Wheeler bulling over from the
football game at Balboa Sta- 10-yard line. Scott made the ex-
dium. tra point on keep play around
Taking the opening kickoff on right end.
their own ten-yard line the Bal- The fourth quarter saw the
boa Bulldogs marched down the Athletic Club come alive. Under
field in five first downs, one pass I the leadership of quarterback
and three penalties to a touch- Arnold Manning, the A.S. ran
down that was called back by a and passed their way to the
five-yard penalty. Bulldogs' 10-yard line. Here the
Scott on a quarterback keep Bulldogs stiffened and forced
play went over from the four- the A.C. to lose the ball on
yard line but was called for downs. With two minutes left in
backfield motion. The Athletic the game, the Bulldogs used
Club took over the ball but was wide end runs and fullback
forced to punt on the 30-yard power plays to stall out the
line. Once more during the first game on their own 30-yard line.
half the Bulldogs were on the Both teams displayed a strong
A.C. 20-yard line but lost the defense, especially inside their
ball on an intercepted pass. own 20-yard line. Both display-
The second half opened with ed team strength that will in-
the A.C. receiving the ball and crease as the season wears on.
again after a series of downs Outstanding for the Bulldogs
were forced to punt. The Bull- were guard Bob Fearon, tackle
dogs drove to 10-yard' line but Harold Correll, halfback Owen
again lost the ball on an inter- Sutherland and fullback Ken
cepted pass. Moving to their own Wheeler. For the Athletic Club,
30-yard line, Manning of the quarterback Arnold Manning,
A.C. attempted a pass that was tackle Jerry Fox and center
intercepted by Ken Wheeler. Tony Dyer.
Using a series of end runs, quick Because of the inaccuracy of
handoffs and the power of full- the statistics the tale of the tape
back Ken Wheeler, the Bulldogs is an unofficial account of the
Tale of the tape:
Balboa A.C.
First downs ......... 16 9
Yards by scrimmage. 250 170
Yards, passing...... 25 70
Passes attempted .. 5 12
Pa-sse completed 2.. 4
Pass!interg pted y 2 3
Yrdt s t v .0 e 38 25
Yards penalized..... 35 45


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Today, Monday, Oct. 3 machine, 25-cycle; boy's books.
P.M. Call Balboa 2965 between 9-11
3:15-Sammy Kaye Show a.m. and 3-4.
3:30-Music For Monday
4:00-Feature Review .
4:30 What's Your Favorite :ordiling roup
(requests- please phone ordnang
before 3:00) Fd
5:30-Newsr Barbados relief
5:35-What's Your Favorite o peBarbagos
6:00-French On The Air Named In Colon
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS A coordinating c o m mittee
REVIEW wnich will act as a central agen-
6:30-Melachrino Musicale cy for Barbados disaster relief
6:45-Old New Orleans groups operating on the Atlantic
7:00-NESCAFE ORGAN MEL- side was named Friday evening
ODIES by acting British Consul John
7:15-Freddy Martin Show Blennekhaussett.
7:30-Report From The USA Several organizations includ-
(VOA) ing British West Indian elfWare
8:00-NELSON EDDY'S PENT- Association, Army Disaster Re-
HOUSE PARTY ( Sea- lief committee, tho Elks, the
grams V.O.) Red Gross. Amigas de la Carl-
8:30-Proudly We Hall (USA & dad, and* the Salvation Army
AF) havo been collecting, clothing,
9:00-You Asked For It (re- canned goods foodstuff and me-
quests -please phone be- dicines for hurrclant stricken
fore 7:30) Barbadians.
11:A0---Music Td Dreami y y ideo tO
12:00-81gn Off. drto store, oor r
convenient center. It was agreed.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 4 Comprising Barbados disaster
relief central committee are:
6:00-Sign On The Alarm Clock Blennerhaussett, chairman: Wil- I
6:00SgOnThAla Clock iam N. Arthur, secretary; Olney
Club (requests please Edmunds, treasurer; B. A. Camp-
phone before :00) bell, publicity: Norman C. Brown,
7:30-Morning Salon Concert Hector Connor. Ramon Mendez,
8:15-Church In The Wildwood Handel K. Lawson. Torrence Bar-
8:30-Musical Reveille rows, and Mrs. Carrie McAllister
9:00-News The committee will meet every
9:15-Sacred Heart Friday evening at 5 in British
9:30-As I See It Consulate until current drive is
10:00-JENNIFER'S J 0 U R NAL ended. Organizations and indi-
(Cutex and Odorono) viduals should remit all cash'
10:05-Off The Record (requests donations to Mr. Blennerhaus-,
-please phone before 8:30) sett or to Edmunds, the treasur-
11:00-News er, the committee ruled
11:05-Off the Record (cont'd) Acknowledgements of all cash,
tl:30-Meet The Entertainer received will be published in the
12:00-News local newspapers.
P.M. _
12:05-Lunchtime Melodies PROMISE KEPT
12:30-Sweet And Hot PITTSBURGH (UP) Three
1:00-News young hoodlums kept their word
1:15-Music Of Manhattan when they told Edward Klein he!
1:30-Sons Of the Pioneers would get his stolen car back if he!
s 1:45-Then And Now (BBC) went to the corner of Sixth and!
2:00-Instrumental Capers Penn Avenues. Klein went to the
2:15-Singing Americans spot and found the car. A few
e 2:30-Tex Beneke Show minutes later, the youths tossed I
- 2:45-Hank Snow And His Rain- his keys at him f-om the window;
e bow Ranch Boys of the auto in which they drove
3:00-Piano Patterns past another stolen car.
3:15-Sammy Kaye Show
3:30-Music For Tuesday .
4:00-Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
uests-please phone be- R ACE I
5:30-News |
5:35-What's Your Pavorite' R -
(cont'd) ,
RY (Lou Olud) j /
6:30-Your Dancing Party |
6:45-Do It Yourself
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Pockern Shippers Moves
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
Riding & Jumping classes dily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.

Balboa 2-4239 or Panami 3-16"l
Studio El Panami Hotel

Tel. Curundu 3110
0. J. KELLEY, Manager.
For U.S. Personnel and their
dependents only.

"We will ellOeve T ur"
corns, caleaom-el, natls
(Dr. Schools trained)
5 Just Arosemena Ph. 3-2217

Along The Fairways

Second round of the PWOA
Isthmian Championship Tourna-
ment was completed last Satur-
day; results were in the cham-
pionship flight:
Penny Daniell defeated Lee
Knuth and Katherine Purdy won
over Pearl Trimn.
First flight found Peggy Porter
winning over Wilma Banks and
Elizabeth Hadley over Bdbby
Second flight -- Jean Wilson
won over Francis Twomey and
Pat Waring over Joan Clare.
Final matcheS to be played be-I
fore October 9th are:
Penny Daniell vs. K. Purty.
P. Porter vs. E. Hadley.
J. Wilson vs. P. Waring.
Prizes will be awarded at the
Otular PWOA tournament to be
held In October. This tourna-
ment will not be at the Amador
O1f Club as previously announc-
ed. However, arrangements are
being made to hold it at another
elficS side course so watch the
9tpers for announcement.

Army Employes ill
For Committee
To Aid Barbe d
A number of civll.
of the U.S. Army
a tthe Rainbow Ci
formed a commit
funds and clothing
time of the hurri tJ
the Island of Ba

commile pe
" aid all future
TI hough often
stroying bird*,
by eating. vat
potato betiles, and
other crop ray 0

7 Street No. 13
Sof July Av. & J St.
isa.-- A .sem --a Ai mad 33 St.*

Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service

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132 La Camuilla
Central Ave. 46,
No. 3 Lottuer Plaza


S.S. "LEON" ...................................... Oct. 8
OS.S. "TOLTEC" ............................... Oct. 9
S.S. "MARNA" ...................................Oct. 11
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ...............................Oct. 16
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ........................... Oct. 22
*S.S. "YAQUE" ..................................Oct. 23
*S.S. "MORAZAN" ................................Oct. 30
*Handling Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service


S.S. "ESPARTA" ................ .................... Oct. 3
S.S. "MABELLA" ........................................Oct. 5
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" .............................Oct. 9
S.S. "JUNIOR ................ ................. Oct. Oct. 10
S.S. "METAPAN" ..... .........................Oct 17
A Steamer ...................................... Oct. 24

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, Sa Francisco and Seattle.
To New York .....................$240.00
To Lot Angeles and San Francisco ....$270.00
To Seattle .......................$365.00


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Lds Bring Qtuiek Results

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Ave. Tivoli No. a
14 Central Av.
M Street No. 53

BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.

FOR RENT:-2-bedroom chalet,
furnished. 32nd Street # 3-63.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED:-25-cycle refrigera-
tor. Phone Ancon 2-4240 after
4 p.m.

loving Mohammed All, former
premier of Pakistan, will be his
country's new ambassador to
Washington. Both he and Am-
jad All, the envoy he succeeds,
are considered among Amer-
ica'S best friends in the Mos-
lem world./-
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I, /I
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glasses are designed to protect
the wearer not only from eye-
strain but from wrinkles. On
display at the 1955 Fair of In-
ventions in Nurnberg, Ger-
many, the glasses feature
sponge rubber patches which
are supposed to keep wrinkles
from forming on the forehead
and around the eyes. Hormone
lotion is applied to the skin be-
fore the patches are put on.


.Due Cristobal,,C. Z. Oct.

galls Crlstobal, C. Z., Oct. 4
Sails Crlstobal, C. Z., Oct. 7

... Due Balboa, C. Z., Ot. M
.Sal. Crlstobal, C. Z- Oct. 8

- PANAMA:! ta-10
1-41 *1M -
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N5-r 5NNmr rrr~-s ~1--- ~ -----

J. rece do t ,a Ave. No 4i
a t-|l No, Si
Via Espaa Ave.

new American best known First
line lirm; 800 and 820x15 and
other sixes, only for a few days.
Peru 7. Phone 2-0406.
FOR SALE:-Black Cocker Span-
iel pups, AKC registered. Two
females $30. R. Hesch, 6211-A
Los Rios, Canal Zone, 2-1656.


Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-12-foot flat bot-
tomrn rowboat, nearly new, no
oars; seats 5; ideal for outboard;
also boat trailer and hitch corn-
' plate. $70 for the package, or
will make deal for cartop boat.
Call 87-3184.



Asa ments

.ATTENTI, l Just t
modern funtih apartments, 1.
2 bedrooms. hit. cold water,
Phone Ponam (-4941.
FOR RENT: -LsI comfortable
apartments, $30 also rooms
$26, Informaon in Estudiant
Street No. 1O ho 2-1508.
FOR RENT: Sqall attractive
independent spa tent in "*I*-
riela" Building, crash from Ho.
tel El Panama. ILas apply Foto
El Halcon (next o). Phone 3-
FOR RENT:-Apa tnt: living
room, 2 bedroom. Fmib.hsd or
unfurnished. 43rd rit No. 64.
FOR RENT:-Apam ht 2 bed.
rooms, living room dlnog room,
kitchen, unfurnish di n PFran-
cisco. Phone 1464 3Ilbpa.

:THEY'RE LEARNING TO LIVE-Sitting barefooted and blind-
t folded in a barbed-wire "prison compound" are these Navy and
'Marine fliers learning to survive as prisoners of war. The school
is operated at Camp Mackall, N.C., with a special Army unit from
Fort Bragg participating as the enemy. Fliers go through the
^training program in groups of 60. Photo frogn Naval Avlioo News.

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Two Elks Lodges
To Honor Mayor

Ot Colon Oct. 15
Colon Mayor Jose D. Bazan,
past Exalted Ruler of Aurora
Lodge, IBPOEW, will be honored
on Oct. 15 by Justice Lodge No.
832 and Narcisse Temple No. 658
with a testimonial buffet dan-
sante at the Club Elks in Pan-
ama City.
This will mark the first time
a member of local Elks lodges is
honored in this manner, but it
is contemplated to make it an
annual event honoring local
"bills" and "daughters" for out-
standing accomplishments, nam-
ing them "Citizen of the Year."
Tickets have been priced at
$1.25 per person and may be ob-
saineu from Carlyle D. Clark,
secretary of Justice Lodge; Mrs.
Priscilla Quelch, secretary of
Narcisse Temple; C. P. Small, W.
DOING THEIR GOOD DEED-Food, clothing and bedding for D. Stamp, George P. Simpson
flood victims are gathered by these two Boy Scouts in New York Clubs in Panamay or and Colon.k
City. Their troop joined in widespread relief efforts to aid the. ClubsIn Panama and Colon.
homeless and dispossessed in the northeastern United States.
V U T V A V Clemencia Dixon

"Stop barking! Do you want him to get a complex' with James Stewart in his role:

Dr. Salk Announces Souped-Up THE MAN from LARAMIE"

Version Of His Polio Vaccine

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 3 (UP) tency of different batches ofi
Dr. Jonas E. Salk said Saturday vaccine."
his laboratory has developed a However, some of the children,
number of anti-polio vaccine prep- he said, will receive only finger,
arations which appear to be even blood tests at the start and corn-
more powerful than the vaccine pletion of the inoculation series,
now approved for nationwide use. depending on the presence of po.
lio antibodies to the virus strains.
The University of Pittsburgh
medical scientist said his souped-i
up version of the Salk polio vac-
., owconsideredgo 9, nsuran Executive
nt effective, wilReports On Tour

Salk's aim Is to have his famed
polo vaccin. give "o100 per cent"O Central A er
smmunity. He and his vius labo- Cenral Amer a
ratory iasistants were working to
improveit even before hid origi- ROCKFORD, Il., Oct, 3 (UP)-
naf vaccine was approved by the Central American counties wel-
federal government for commer- come foreign investment and de-
cial production last spring. velopment, a Rockford insurance
,executive said last night.
Salk revealed hii plans to test Lee Crouch, 50, president of In-
his morq powerful vaccines in an come Indemnity Insurance Co.,
article in the Allegheny County Rockford, reported on a nine-day
Medical, Society's weekly bulle- tour of Central American and
tin. He :said he planned to sk personal interviews with Pr e si-
Pittsbuigh school authorities to dents of Guatemala, Hondurasand
grant permission to run test in- Nicaragua.
oculations on kindergarten and In Guatemala, C r ouch said
first, second, and third grade chil- President Carlos Castillo Armas
dren in "selected schools." T h e told him extensive construction of
tests, which he said would start highways and housing has alrea-
within "the next few weeks," will dy started as a result of the ex-
be made only on children whose pected completion of the P a n A-
parents give their consent. merican Highway.
"I see great opportunity f or
Pittsburgh area school children friendly and constructive help and
pioneerl in th original tests of suggestions from our neighbors of
the Sa I vaccine. Some 15,9000 :-Ithe Americas," Armas said.
ceived -injections from Salk and President Julio Lozano of Hon-
his la" assistants in studies aprt duras told Crouch that although
from the nationwide vaccine tests his nation's economy is "based
wnhicl. led to its final approval for mainly on agriculture, we are a
general use. growing country." Highways and
Salk reported he had developed development of hydroelectric-pow-
a "number of vaccine prepara- er ars prime projects, C r o u c h
tions that appear, from laboratory quoted Lozano. He welcomed A-
tests, to be somewhat more potent merican investments, C r o u c h
than those vbed hereofore." said.
The new tests will start with Anastacio Somoza, President of
finger tip blood tests of the child Nicaragua, showed a "superb un-
volunteers to "determine the pres- derstanding of American invest-
ence of absence" of antibodies for ment capital," Crouch said. He
each of the three known polio vi- said Somoza was "willing to make
rus strains. any necessary concessions" to A-
mericans willing to help develop
"Children who possess no dem- his country's resources.
onstrable antibody for any of the Somoza said his nation, though
three types" will then receive two rapidly developing small industry,
doses of the test vaccine, S al k has not overlooked its agricultur-
said. Those children, he said, will al products and is expanding pro-
undergo additional vein blood duction of beans, corn and cotton.
tests at the time of each inocula- Crouch returned from his trip
tion to ascerain he relativee po- Sept. 25.

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Sings For Barbados
Relief October 25
Lyric soprano Clemencia Dixon
and tenor Desmond Daniels will
be featured in a Joint song recital
on Oct. 25 at Club Tropical, Colon.
Miss Dixon will repeat the pro-
gram she gave last month at St.
Paul's church, Panama. Daniels
for whom a scholarship Is being
raised will make his debut as a
Sponsored by the Barbadian Di-
saster Relief Committee and en-
dorsed by the central committee,
the program is being promoted to
raise funds sor the Barbadian vic-
tims of the recent hurricane. The
recitalists will rec. eive part of the
proceeds, the committee stated.
Tickes, sold at 50 cents for a-
dults and 25 cents for children,
are being pold at Muebleria Pana-
ma, by Handel Laws o n, at
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S RIGHT THROUGH THE MIDDLE-Southern California's Don Hickman goes right up and over the middle as he plunges for
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a ga during Pacific.Coast Conference tilt withOregon in Los Angeles. USC won it. by a comfortable 42 to 1 margin.


SMAN-Nob Hecker, Washington Redskinsde-
G JOB AHEAD- fense star, leaps high to intercept a pass from the Brv.'ns'
Rigney. the ne waiting in the end zone, Loss of this "sure" touchdown s
Sman-agerea Rignel, costly to the Bro%'.r1's as the Redskins go on to win season .
~ Leo Durocher, tp I FinIug -. ,n, in Cle (Ivand 27-17. Photo by Chet Wr,:'nev
Rigney i .foim .- e.. .. -- .-. -.- -.
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GOING, BUT NOT FOR LONG-U.C.L.A. Back Sam own rambles during game with Maryland at College Park, Md., bg
not for long. Three Terp tacklers are moving in. Miryland wins, 7 to 0, to score the biggest upset of the season so far-

ing Feaotures Byndtscag

ARMY ON THE MOV--Army's football team opens its season with an 81-0 crusher on
Fuiman with Back Tony Munger one of the stars. Tony gains here but he's headed for a
fall as a Furman tackler trips him up during the very one-sided game at West Point,



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BETMOUR INSURANCEMEN Tahiti Jewelry 2 6 .0
LEAD MAJOR LEAGUE Max R. 8tempel 1 .7 .125
The Seymour Insurancemen The -ten high average bowlers
knocked over the Max R. Stem- of the league are now: .
pel Insurancemen last Tuesday 'Name Ave.
evening at Diablo bowling alleys Schirmer ............ 212+1
for four points to take the lead Jacober ............. 194+5
In the second week of Major Balcer ................ 193+-3
League play. Harry Colbert rack- Jamison ................192+5
ed up the high seriestor the eve- Hermann ............... 192+3
ning with 638, followed by Bill Colbert ................ 191-5 5
Rogers with 614 for Seymour A- Coffey ................... 1882
agency, while Billy Coffey knock- Welch ............ ..... 188+1
ed out a 625 and sub Art Pue Lane ...... ......... 186+5
smashed over with a big 609, but -Zeletes ................. 185+4
Hammer and KAelin with 559! iNot included in the above is '
and 574 for Seymour put over Sgt. Art Pue, with an average of.
the clinching scores. 193+31.
Meanwhile, Dan Pagenta's Co- i The scores of the teams last
lonial Insurancemen, 1954-1955 Tuesday night: -..
league chanmpons took three a- -- (NOWING--Freddie Zela
points from the Fuerza y Luz Local 595, NFFE gats one of Casey Sten
powechousers, winning the final Granata 153 209 184 546 amous winks and an autogr
two games and pinfal. Schirmer Klumpp 177 196 -223 596, mung us Yankees, the W
had a fat 600 to lead the Colon- Kelly 172 198 161 531 series wasn't close.
lal group, as well as high game Woodcock 190 -127 211 528
of 237 for the evening, while McGarvey 186 173 192 551 .
y el led the gasholisers With iusfson 152 149 16
0 I878 904. 971 2752 IBlihd) 147 147 147
'Local -595. the 1953-1955 leagueB H II Homa Co. .Bowen 155 171 208
champlens,; still minus Ralph Lyons 128 143 157 428 Jacober 189 212 190
Frangl op, had enough strength Lowande 156 192 109 457 -
tO take fOur points from H. I. Nelson 202 175 16$ 545 867 83b 915
Homa Co., with steady and con- Almeda 189, 171 -222 582 ,Tahiti Jewelry
sistent scoring. Harry Klumpp Balcer 186 203 186 515 Herman .n123 312 175
had abg 596 to-lead the-0oMalek 146 124 178
oll owed b ub M arvey wt 861 884 842 2587 Kunkle 162 154 197
551. Alm6da had a58'? and Bud L ane 190 178 205
Balcer a 575 to lead the Hom Larrabee .146 161 183
unit. 1 rSeymour Agency -.--
mit. IBates 160 158 148 464 767 830 938
In the final match, the Sum- Kaeltn 191 202 181 574 ---
nitt Hills Oolf.Club took three Hammer 154 210 195 559 Fuera y Lus
points from the Tahiti Jewelry Rogers 192 221 201 614 Thomas 169 134 181
team, aober led for the golfers Colbert 223 236 179 638 (Blind) .. .164 164 164
with 501, followed iby Jamlgon V {Luttenberger 180 178 192
with 583, while MacLane led the 920 1027 902 2849 PilachOwski 168 149 148
Tahiti'teatn with 573. Max R. Stempel and Son Welch' 210 195 158
The standings of the teams In Wilber 148 159 123 430 --
the Major League after 2 weeks Pue .... 182 216 211 609 895 820 843
of the 28 week schedule is: Wipquist 166 179 119 464 Colonial Insurance
Team Won Lost Pet. Feker 170 170 172 512 Schirmer 214 169 237
Seymour Agency 7 1 .875 Coffey 222 201 202. 625 Burgis 187 149 155
Colonial Ins. 6 2 .750 ---- Allen .... 164 199 125
Local 595, NFFE 5 3 .625 888 925 827 2640 Zeletes 160 188 185
SummitHills G.C. 4 4 .500 1-- Gleichma n n 157 168 175
Fderza y Luz 4 4 .500 Summit Hills Golf Club
W T WnHma o. 3 5 .375 amlson 224 156 203 583 882 873 877


Weekend C

S 0 UT H Wofford 27 ........... Furman
Auburn 1 ............ Florida 0 Newberry 13......Lenoir Rhyne
Clemson 22 ...6.-G.;. owill-fr 7 DeDa. St.. 3 .....; Kings
Dukd 21 ........... Tennessee 0 Hamp.-Syd. 8 ..... Em'y-Hen'y
Georgil Tech 20 ...... S.M.U. 7 I. Tenn. St. 7 ...... W. Caro.
Vanderbilt 21 ........ Alabama 6 Quantico 21 ...... Parris Island
Tulane 21 ..... Northwestern" 0 Centre 17 ........... Maryville
Mle. State 33 .... Memphis St. 0 IS. La. 27 .... ...... La. Col.
Ole Miss 33 ........ No. Texas 0 Miss. Col. 21 .... Southwestern
SV.PJ.I. 14 ...... Wmn. Mary 7 Northeast La. 7 ... Delta (Miss)
Tampa 38 ........... Troy St. O La. Tech 21 .. .. Abilene Christ.
6. Wash. 13 ........ ...Virginia 0 Appalachian 19 .......... Elon
CI r.l 25 M.. State Ia 1 Southwste La* 20 E. Tes.

4avy 6 .......... So. Carolina 0 Catawba 13 ...... East Carolina
tichmind 21 .......... V.M.I. 0 Jax (Ala.) 39 .... Car'n-NewIn
Davidson 6 ............ Citadel 2 Millsaps 18 ..... Living'n (Ala)
Howard (Ala) 20 .. Sewanee14 Flor'ce (A) 13 Aus'n Peay
Tenn. Tech 5 ...... Morehead 0 Louisville 72 ... Wayne (Mich)
___________ __--_ East. Ky. 21 .... Murray (Ky.)
Va. State 14 ...... Bluefield St.
Hector Lopez Third s "a1*o

In Am anArmy .......... Penn State
Kentucky 2 ;..... Vilianova
'R ie a Conn. 10 1 ......... Boston U.
ooke Voting Princton 20 ........ Coluabia
Yale 27 .............. Brown
Colgate 21, ....... Cornell
ST. LOUIS, OCt. 3 (TP) -LaFayette 41. .. Carneoie Tech
Pitcher Herb Score of the Cleve- Maine 34 ......... Vermont
land Indians and Bill Virdon, Scranton 20 ... .. .. Temole
spectacular outfielder of the St. Hamilton 27 .............. R.P.I.
Louis Caidinals were chosen as St. Lawr. 19 ......... Hofstra
rookie s-of-the-year of the Lehigh 19 ....-...... Delaware
year of the American and Na- F.&M. 14 ...... Johns Hopkins
tional Leagues, respectively, ac- Ursinus 30 ...... Susquaehanna
cording to today's edition of Haverford 7 .......... Waoner
"The Sporting News." Harv ard 60 ............ Maoi.
No!v Cross 29 ..... Dartmouth
Panamanian Hector Lope", Tufts 33 ...... We'*eyan
of the Kansas City Athletics, Hobart 14 ........ Alleahenny
was third in the voting for the Rochester 13........Williams
American League rookie. Dickinson 8 ....... Swarthmqre
St. Vincent's 7 ........ Clarion
The paper said' Score got 71 West Va. 46 ...... Wake Forest
votes from the 103 sports writers Wooster T. 46 ..... Bklvn. Col.
who cover the American League Coast Guard 32 ...... Norwich
and Virdon 57 of the 92 votes Middelbuv 20 .......... Colby
cast by those who cover the Na-1 Juniata 14 ......... Moravian
tional League. Trinity 35 ........... BOnwdoin
Lebanon Valley 41 ..... Wilkes
Score, 22, established a new Uosala 25 .......... Br;dqenorr
record for rookies in the Ma- Alfred 12 ........... Cortland
jors, by striking out 244 bat- Marshall 46 .... Morris Harvey
ters and finished the season Amhent 20 ........... Union
with 16 wins against 10 de- Waynesbur 8 ......... Geneva
feats. Gettysburg 27 ....... Bucknell
Northeastern 26 ......... Bates
Virdon ended the season with Howard 14 ....... Dis. Tchrs.
a batting average of .281. The Springfield 20 .... L .... Brandeis
cardinal outfielder hit 18 dou- O'wego Tch. 48 .... Fufaln St.
bles, six triples and 17 home Grove City 7 ... Wash, & Jeff.
runs and batted in a total of 69 Ploo-- urn 27 ...... Manf-i-Id
runs. Nw. Brit. 18 ...... Mass. Mari.




college Football Results

6 Westminster 20 ......... Thiel 7 Nebraska 16 ....... Kan. State 0'AdamsIt. 5 ...... N.M. West. *
13 Slip. Rock 33 ....... Edinboro 14 St. Olaf 52 ............ Ripon 12 JColoedo 12 ........... Knsasa
0' Williams 12 ..,.... Rochester 7 So. Dak. 14 ......... No. DaK.' 6 rdio St. 28 .....,.. Mont. St. 14
0 New Hamp. 13 ..... Rhode Is. 13 Depauw 19 ........ pall State 6 Poeblt 33 ........... Mesa 14
7 Muhlenberg 26 ....... Albright 13 Augustana 14 ........ No. Cen. -7 Colo. Wast. 38 ....... Colo. Col. 7
0 Lock Haven 27 ,.... Mil'vlle 0 Southern (Sd) 52 .... Sioux's. 14 Puget Sound 13 .. E. Wash. Cal.j 7
Oilnd. (Pa) 14 ........ Cal. (Pa) 7 Eftendale 15 ...... Jamestown 0' Ricks'20 ..... .. Westminster, 7
7 Ft. Mn. 21 ...... Co. LeJ-une. 12 Peru 50 ............ Chadron 0 So. Oregon 20 .. .Portland St. 4
12 Bethany 28 ....... W.Va. Wes. 6 SW.Mo. 24 .......: Me. Con. 01 CAN-AD IAN PRO
0 Potomac St. 32 ... ... Day. Elkins 0 iOshkesh 0 ... .... Whitewater 0 Hamilton 40 .......... Ottawa,
7 New Haven 0 .... Shipsenbuf 0 O Milwau. St. 14 ..... Platevill 13I Montreal 30 ;.... ..... Toront's28
0 Kutztown 0 .......... Cheyney 0i Miss. H'se. 44 .,.. N.W. (Wis) 0 jArisota 47 ........... Idaheo14
1 5 W. Liberty 42 ......... Salem 6 Ashland 6 ..... ..... .Findlay 0 Auttin 34 :.... S'phn F. AMtin.. 6
7 Delaware State'13 .. Kmgi 0:SW. (Kan) 2 .... C. Meo. St. 9 MQMvIry 18 .,I.: .. Sul Ross-12
0 Altred 12 -..... Cortland Tehrs. 0 Mict. Nor..20 ... Bald. Wee 0 Ark. ArM 7 .... Ark. St. Tchrg$j 0
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SlCed Hot Brooklyn Big

:Favorite To Take 1st

World Championship

NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (1
Brooklyn Dodgers hoped
world championship an
mous "jinx" in World Ser
.the crippled New York Ya
With the sit of the Series
switching oack to Yankee Stadium
and the Dodgers needing only a
victory today to accompush what
they have been unable to do in
seven previous classics, manager
,Van, Alston said he- would pitch
eitaier leit-hander Karl Spooner or
right-hander Don Newdombe.
Casey Stengel, backed into a
position where he can't hold any-
thing or anyone back, nominated
aautnpaw Whitey Ford, who was
credited with the YanKees' first
game victory although he failed to
go. the distance.
Despite the fact that Mickey
Mantle was on the sidelines again
today and Hank Bauer, Irv No-
ren and Joe Collins were nursing
assorted ills of their own, the odds-
makers installed tne Yankees 6-
tp-5 favorites for today's contest,
tne sixth game in the Series.

UP)-The long-frustrated
to wrap up their first
id finally end the most fa-
'ies history by beating
ankees today in their own

proud of-insists Brooklyn "never
had a better chance to win it all'
than it has right now.;'
Reese said "ie included the
1952 series when the Dodgers
took the lead from the Yankees,
three games two, also, only to
In.& in apu.o &2mpc

Five Upsets Feature Pro Football Weekend

Browns Back Pedro Tesis Scores TKO Over Santiagc

On Beam W ith. A crowd of 1734 fans paid $1,- Injured spot. By the end of the Ibarra, who weighed 120, a-
766 to see Panama featherweight ninth the loser appeared to be gainat Salazar's 119, had won
O champ Pedro Tesis, 130, score a in bad shape. every stanza when he put away
tenth round TKO over Cuban Referee Colon Al Brown wisely hia opponent for keeps.
O tto Graham Santiago Martinez, 1271/?, in the solicited the advice of the Corn-
scheduled 10-round headliner at mission doctor at the end of the Salazar was on the canvas in
-- the Colon Arena last night. ninth, and after one look, Dr. the fourth for an eight-count,
By TIM MORIARTY The win was Tesis' fifth in his IT u's A. Puyol announced the and after that it was evident it
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP). last five starts. fight should not continue, was just a matter of time before
Otto Graham, Cleveland's re- The fight had been going it is estimated Martinez, who he would be down for good.
turning warrior, was back on the pretty even up to the sixth pleased the crowd with his *
beam today and so were the de- when the loser suffered a cut shifty, hardhitting style, will not Although the loser did quite
fending champion Browns fol- over the left eyebrow, which fight again before three months. a bit of back-pedalling, he stood
lowing another wild weekend of bled profusely right to the Tesis was also cut on the up several times and slugged
upheavals in the National Foot- end. nose in the third round, but toe-to-toe with the aggressive
ball League. his handlers did a good job of Toto, who never gave him a let-
Six games were played Satur- His sight hampered by/ the stopping the flow of, blood. up.
day and Sunday, with five end- blood which kept running isto Pedro, finished the battle with Afte
ing in upsets. The Browns, with the eye, the Cuban slowed down one eye almost completely lefte A barrage of right and
. .,h ,hu,,ckin asses in his considerably after the sixth as closed. lt combinations to the face

ie in &e ave* games. .r*'*c ^mi**p so
Stengel, who already has said old-time style, snapped a five-
southpaw Tommy B y r n e will game losing streak by wallopin,,
pitch the seventh game-he's as- the San Francisco Forty-Niners,
suming there will be on e, of 38-3, while the suddenly-around
course-blamed himself a great Green Bay Packers whipped the
deal for yesterday's defeat. He Chicago Bears, 24-3, for their
was particularly upset over Sni- second straight upset of the new
der's two homers which gave the season.
Dodger center fielder a total of In other Sunday games, the
nine in World Series competition. Chicago Cardinals ignored the
Snider has passed Joe DiMaggio, odds as they handed the New
who hit a total of eight homers, York Giants a 28-17 pasting
and now ranks behind only Babe and the Los Angeles Rams, a
Ruth, who hit 15, and Lou Gehrig, 14-point favorite, needed a last
who hit 10. second field goal by Les Rich-
"We know how we're supposed ter to defeat the Pittsburgh
to pitch to Snider and we don't c ...._ o9

The odds favoring the Dodgers do it," Stengel snapped after the ee aturda games
to win the Series, however, jump- game. "I don't blame my pitch- Two Saturday night games
ed from 13-to-10 to 13 to-5 after ers. I blame myself." also wound up in surprise deci-
they won their third straight game Bob Grim was tagged for both sions. The Washington Redskins
at Ebbets Field yesterday, 5-3, of Snider's homers, which we r e took over undisputed possession
with the aid of two more homers his third and fourth of the Series, of first place in the Eastern Di-
by Duke Snider, and went ahead and Sandy Amoros also connect- vision by edging the Philadel-
of the Yankees, three games to ed for Brooklyn. Bob Cerv, a Se- phia Eagles; 31-30, while the
two. ries "bust" up to yesterday, hit a Baltimore Colts remained in a tie
Beaten by the Yankees f iv e home for the Yanks in a pinch with Los Angeles and Green Bay
times before in Series competition, hitting role while Yogi Berra hit for first place in the Western
the Dodgers are in a position to for the circuit. Division by turning back the De-
rub salt in the Bronx Bombers' troit Lions, 28-13.
widening wounds by becoming the Rookie Roger Craig, a Montreal'
Mfitt club ever to beat the Yanks alumnus who Alston admitted Graham, recently coaxed out
in four straight World S e r i e s wasn't being given consideration of retirement, scoredone touch-
-games. The closest any club ever as a starter before the 'Series o- down and set up two other scores
4,aAt. before in World Series play opened, went the first six innings with passes in leading the
were the 1922 Giants who beat the and was credited with the victory, Browns to their victory over the
Yankees four out of five with one although Clem Labine bailed him Forty Niners at San Francisco.
game ending in a tie, out of a tight spot in the seventh. The Browns also showed great
Newcombe showed up at the ball- Craig gave up four of the Yankees' improvement in their defense,
park with a sore arm yesterday six hits and two of their t h r e e holding the Forty Niners to eight
and for that reason Alston was un- runs. first downs and only 67 .yard
Sderstood to be leaning t o w a rd "I made up my mind when I went rushing.
Spouner as his starter. out there I wasn't going to think Coach Paul Brown, admitted
S. Newcombe and Ford were the about those guys being the great that, "defense was the key to
opposing hurlers in the Series o- Yankees," Craig said later. "I victory." Coach Red Strader of
|tner which the Yankees won, 6-5. said to myself-this is just anoth- the Forty Niners agreed.
Newcombe, a 20 game winner er ball game and these guys are "The defense smothered us,"
during the regular eason, lasted the Pittsburgh Pirates." said Strader. "We didn't have a
only S 2-3 innings li the opener, s chance."
giving up eight hits and a 11 of There were times the Yankees A strong defense also helped
New York's runs. Ford went eight looked like the Pirates yesterday the Packers turn back the
innings and gave up nine hits in -as they swung ineffectually for Bears in their clash at Green
Vt opening game. Ithe most part against Craig's Bay. The Bears gained only 85
--Spooner's only Series appear- fine fast ball and Labine's low yards rushing, while Tobin
-ance so far also was in the first stuff. Rote sparked Green Bay's of-
game when he yielded only .one
it and struck out five in t h e Bauer, who is suffering a pulled sense by plunging for one score
tree innings he worked, thigh muscle, an injury similar to and tossing two touchdown
Rodger captain Peewee Reese, Mantle's, said he would be ready passes.
who has played on five losing Se- to play today. If Spooner is Als- The Cardinals had to come
ries teams-a r e c o r d he isn't ton's pitching choice, Stengel said from behind three times in de-
his outfield will be composed of eating the Giants. The Cards'
,Elston Howard, Cerv and Bauer, quarterback starred by tossing a
but if Newcombe starts, the right- 41-yard touchdown pass to Ollie
6 10 PartiCipate handed hitting Noren will pla y Matson and clicking on another
center field instead of Cerv. payoff pitch to Vern Nagler that
I B J H H ( covered 74 yards.
In B Jr. 11. 11e JSo "We're hot now and we're go- Alex Webster kept the Giants
-ing all the way this time," Snider in the game by scoring once on
said, speaking for all the Dodgers. a 16-yard run and setting up an-
Intramual f all "Those two left-handers (Ford and other touchdown with a 71-yard
Byrne) beat us the first time but gallop. However, New York's at-
Two hundred .and twenty-six we'll catch up with one of 'em tack was hampered by pass in-
*boys have indicated their desire now." perception sand two lost fumbles.
to participate in the intramural The Rams were trailing the
football program at Balboa Jun- Steelers, 26-24, when a 30-yard
lor. High and High School. The L II- pass from Norman-Van Brocklin
boys have been classified ac- In61 u ke Up to Bob Boyd, plus a costly Pitts-
cording to their age weight r burgh penalty for a personal,
Height and three leagues have FIFTH WORLD SERIES GAME carried Los Angeles to the Steel-
,been formed. The C League is WORLD ers' 28-yard line. With only two
Stmade up of the smaller and NEW YORK (A AB R H 0 A seconds remaining, Richter then
Younger boys and has ten teams. Howardf, If4 0 1 0 0 booted his game-winning field
SThe intermediate group, the B i ,Noren, ... 4 0 0 2 0 1 goal
leaguee has nine teams; and the McDougald, "3b 3 0 1 2 Pittaburgh coach Walt Kiesling
Singer boys, or A League, is a BO ......4 2 2 9 was so incensed over the crucial,
two team affair. Collins, rf-lb .. 3 0 0 0 0 last-minute penalty called a-
E. Robinson, lb .. 2 0 1 6 01
League plays got underway in c-Carroll ........ 0 0 0 0 0
I all three leagues during the past Bauer, rf ...... 0 0 0 0 0
week. The boys play six man Martin, 2b...... 4 0 1 4 3
flag football. The game gets its Rizzuto .s .. .. .. 0 0 2 0
name from the number of boys a-Skowron ......1 0 0 0 0 I
On a team plus the fact that to Coleman, ss .... 0 0 0 1
down the ball carrier it is neces- d-Carey ....... I1 0 0 0 0
sarv to pull a canvas flag out of Grim, p...... ..2 0 0 0 1
Shis belt. b-Cery........1 1 1 0 0
Turley, p ...... 0 0 0 0 1
SAlthough all teams haven't e-Byrne .. .... 1 0 0 0 0
seen action thus far, most of
I the games have been extremely Totals .........32 3 6 24 9

Sw4ll played for so early in the I -*'''_
'season. The first standings for BROOKLYN IN)-AB R H 0 A
Se4ch League won't be released Gilliam. 2b. ... 3 0 1 1 5
ulitil each team has had the op-' Reese, s ..... 3 0 0 4 3
;portunity to enter the won-lost Snider, cf .. 4 2 3 0 0
Scdiumns. The teams and their Camoanella, c .. 3 0 0 6 0
Captains for each league are Furillo, rf..... 4 1 1 1 0
listed herewith. Hodges, I b. .. 3 1 2 14 1
* J. Robinson, 3b .. 3 0 1 0 3
* C CLeague Amor6s. If...... 4 1 1 1 0
Craig, p .... 0 0 0 0 1
* ions, Ed Suarez; Indians, Labine, p .. .....2 0 0 0 1
SWrden French; Wildcats, Jerry
Steiner; Owls, Ray Caldwelh; TotAs .... ... 29 5 9 27 14
Buckeyes, Bob Rathgeber; Hawk- a-Fouled out for Rizzuto in 4th.
, ees, Bill En _h ers. Frank' b-Homered for Grim in 7th.
Ste wart; Richard c-Ran for Robinson in 8th.
lMorris; P B Huddles- d-Grounded out for Coleman in 9th.
ton; Cornl Ml i Morris. e-Grounded out for Turley in 9th
New York ....... 000 100 110-3
Brookl-n .. 021 010 01x-5
S[ E-Reese. J. Robinson. RBI-Am-
A gg i e s, ll t Bright. or6s 2, Snider 2. Martin, Cery, Ber-
'F ttJ ting Irawford. ra, J. Robinson. 2P--Sniler. HR-
tangs., g-lB Bull- Amor6s. Snider 2. Cerv. Berra. S--
dgs, Pete T ojans., Ceals. Hodqes. DP-Giltliam. R,*e*e.
R4taie Meas8, Dan Hodgfe: Martin, E. Robinson: Cole-
DesLondes; Ian; 'man, Mrtin, E. Robinson; Hodges.
Gophers Bob s. Jim Reese. MHoiqes: J. Robinson. Gilliam,
iMarshall. Hodees. LB---New York 7. Brooklyn
6. BB---Grim 4. Craig 5. Turley 1.
r A I SO-Grim 5. Craiq 4. Turley 5. La-
Oreen Wave, ett; bin@ 1. HO-Grim 6-6. Craig 4.6
SHurricanes, Je MF pitched to two batters in 7th'. Tur-
--_i___ "_i Irt 3-2 Labine 2-3 R&FR-Grim
ALL-MAM 4-4, Craig 2-2. Labine 1-1 Turley
1-1. W-Craia. L-Grim. U-Sum.
QUANTICO. V'. A mers I'AL' plate. Ballanfant 'NL
member of the (es firet Ibse, Ho-rehich 'ALI s-'ond
al team is base: Daceli NL I third base; De.-
i aln All-n AHatefli INLI left field; Flahert, IAL)
plalma^ 1 L5. -rimt field. T-2:40. A-36.796.

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Tesis kept pounding away at the

against his team that he publicly
berated an official after the
game and had to be led from the
field by assistant coaches.

In the semifinal, Toto Ibarra,
who is fast becoming a major
ring attraction in Panama,
knocked out Juan Salazar in 1:03
of the fifth heat. The match had
been set for six.


In the two amateur prelims,
Edwin Sykes, 115, gained a split
four-round verdict over Felix
Archer, 112. Last night's outing
was the loser's third in the last
seven days.
Archer won a preliminary dur-
ing last week's First National
Games activities, and became
Panatna's flyweight champ when
he won the final Friday.
And Patrocinio Allen, 127, beat
Valentino Brown, 126, when the
four-rounder was stopped early
in the fourth.

Allen was cut under the eye
and the bout was halted by the

and body In the fifth, Salazar referee. According to local ama-
went down on his haunches In teur boxing rules, If a match Is
a neutral corner, where he took stopped because of a cut, the
the final count, fighter who was ahead at the
time by points, Is declared the
Toto has now chalked up two winner.
kayoes In as many pro bouts.

Spotted Wonder

Was Fastest

LONDON (NEA) Most a aY
Englishman will tell-you that W
fastest horse ever foaled was f
Called the Spotted Wonder bt-
cause of white and dhrk splashes
sparkling through his coat, The

Tetrarch was undefeated in sevea
start at two. He was once left at
the post at Ascot and was lo1
yards in arrears before his jockey
got him moving. He won by a

The Tetrarch ran so fast that
the hooves of his back legs slash-
his front shins and fetlocks. He
was retired after his two-year-old
season because his. legs w ere
hopelessly damaged. He became
one of the better sires of the He-
rod line.

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Air Force Academy Team Renovates Football Terminology


Capacity Crowd To Watch Connie Mack

Colon Arena Bout Tonight Fractures Hip ;
*,- 0 --- "-, .... .' ,- -
By HARRY GRATSON You have lost the ball or been PHILADELPHIA Oct. 4 (UP)
So now you understand that a man of baseball," was resting
There have been common ex- cadet who assumed the take off comfortably at Presbyterian Hos-
asaion in football since the fly- position, blasts into a bogey and pctal today after suffering a
wedge of the late 10's. gives him the afterburner is mere- ftailtured hipfin ufall ng a
Tey mousetrap the guard, sub- ly taking his stance, charging into fractured hip In a fall at his
marine, double team, shoot the an opponent and turning on an apartment home Saturday.
ga etc. extra amount of effort to drive The 92-year-old Mack -ell
LAd when the new United States him back. A cadet who takes the while getting out of bed follow-
Air Force Academy start laying runway, makes a hot start and In his usual rftenoon nap Sat-
a varsity schedule next fall, writ- buys the farm has jumped offside uray. Hi wife, Katherine. sum-
er and sportcasters covering the and generally loused up the detail. moned Dr. Ilarion Capadze, the
Colorado Flyers will have to in- What the U.S. Air Force Aca fami ly doctor.
terpret a big batch of new terms, demy athletic department is most A secretary to the physician
Their freshman team has e o m- concerned about at the moment is said today that Mack was "do-
pletely renovated gridiron term. finding enough young men who inas well as coiild be expect-
tl 'Thely renova s. gri en r can boom ed and that he had rested well
hology They have, as a matter can boom. ydurn the i ht Mack
of fact, come up with no fewer during the night.
than 22 fresh tahe s. Copadze ordered Mack taken
For example, an their lingo, the A g a In s t Southern Methodist, to Chestnpt Hill Hospital when
stance s the take off position. NotreDame demonstrated that itn said he was unable to obtain portable
Lining up or getting ad n position is intended to go about the f o o- X-ray equipment at the apart-
taking the runway. wen a cadet hall business to be same old effion moment. X-rays disclosed a frac-
har es, hesuch blasts off. Legs are enungt way under young T e r y ture of the right hi aweekend Mack
-wheeing p to block oar t le helmeti s a Brennan them Why nre at. .Soph- later was transferred to Presby-
hard hat, and opponent is bogey. omore Aubrey Lewis, who aver- terian Hospital.
Soni boom means a playerer pus out, hs aed five woulrds a crack, was one Theis physician said he was not
hit 'em again and harder. A bar-F the finest schoolboys ve r sure whether an operation "or
tier buster Is a good tackle or tas- turned out of New Jersey. .a... something more conservative"
kler. Boom is striking with the There seems to be some question would be necessary to mend the
speed of sound. Afterburner spells about how well ND's Paul Hor- hip. He said he planned to let
esutra effort, such as a kick in the ung and TArmys Don Holleder oack restfor the weekend be-
afterbuh 1er. Maximum or immed will pass ate future. but what coaches fore making a further decision.
fees ot s reduced to max.ny great ex- wouldn't settle for runners like
teng t. To sandbaglock or t o kle is bonun- them..tting they ho're athletes, as-.
hen a player pulls out, he Red Blaik would say. Third oIn hisa ser written
breakslowin opening thrust for All America
fpas en you buy ste farm, c Oklahoma guard Boman's Bol-
linger showed an awesome brand
When team guity s off a sideor las o tand at Chapesive l H. Clevocking aeland Browns inst

Ne Maaerl eCl members oudoing .
sacks in motion it has made a North Carolina. r Krnament schuled for No
hot start, a thought game is a men admit they must have help
hasgi. Mach describes a p a e d, to tacide such as Oklahoma....
such as .5 mach, or slow, a n d They have nine sophs from the FIRST MARLIN FOR ROBERT VIK -th
sandbagger i a player who way behind in recruiting," com- o which he caught at Bodega Bay
Is not helping to any great ex- ,plains the coaching staff "but are
tent. To sandbag is to go along getting the horses now." .The .
for the ride. Flame out Is power only trouble is that George Bar- E -1-
failure. clay may not be around to see the Third of a series written T ourna m en I
Slowing up is putting down the latest round-up pay off. .... This for NEA Service
fipas. When you buy the farm, could be the current head man's By OTTO GRAHAM
you are guilty of a serious error. last stand at Chapel Hill. Cleveland Browns N ets 2 F first
bya- -

prepare themselves and equipment
Club tournament scheduled for Noven
Both catches were firsts for the
............_ _._. .. +Robert Vik landed his 286 lb. marl1
"Al1hI '"at Rnor,.. D~nv Ttf',, ir wa

I "Alibi," at Bodega Bay. It's girth was 51" and its overall'length
To the dyed in the wool baseball fan there is nothing mys- 108". He was using a 14-0 reel and 54 thread line.
tlng about such things as platooning, deep bench, lefty vs. The second marlin weighed 264, and was caught off the
and such, so this attempt to elucidation-intendel prin- Twenty Fathom bank this side of the Perlas by J. Duvall on the
ipally as a thoughtful World Series service--learly Includes him "un Star."
out, John Me Conaghy of the "Viking" kept up his reputation for
And since most of the tickets go to big wheels with connec- seeing that guests on his boat catch their first sailfish by scor-
tions and currency anyway, a winning parlay in any league, the ing a double with a young Army couple, Doris and Logan
dyed in-the-wool-ebaeball fan wil readily understand; he is used Schirmer. over the weekend*
to be included out. The Schirmers are from Beach, California, and their
It must be true that he never gets to see a Series game at excitement knew no bounds as they each landed a whopping big
that, for in all the years I've been'around, I've yet to come across sailfish. As Is customer in Panama waters, the allfish were
anything that looked like a dyed in the wool baseball fan. Per- released alive, and not weighed.
haps it's Just as well. rve seen any number of fans at the Series
who were boiled to the ears, fit to be tied, or purple with rage,
and they were tough enough to take. UT OF DOORS th
About platooning. This is a practice that goes 'way back, ith
though many seem to haveqthe impression Casey Stengel invent-
ed it. The fact is, George Stallings Was alternating right and (
leit handed outfield units as long ago as 1914. That was the year A PLAY I called against every-
his Boston Braves came from last place in early July to win the one else's whishes stands out in
NL pennant and beat Connie Mack's Athletics four straight. my mind.
Tris Speaker platooned a lot with the 1920 Indians, as age. The Cleveland B r o wns were
ing Brooklyn fans, who saw their favorite get knocked off in that playing in the old All-American -- --
Series, well remember. The Indians had interchangables in left Conference and led, 14-0, as Buf- TRIGGER FINGER'S ger, or care to try d e a d e n in g
field, right field and at first base. They also had Willie The falo marched down field. Our de- WHAT COUNTS yours with a taped-on pad before
Whammy. fens stopped the Bisons on t By WARREN PAGE the next range session, you'll pro-
Everbody said it was Bill Wambsganns who made the un- one-foot line on fourth down. We Shooting Editor bably come to the same conclu-
assisted triple play that nipped a Brooklyn'rally in the fifth game called time out and the offensive sion. A trained, knowing trigger fin-
-the only one that's ever been made in World Series history, up unit went in. KNOW how a sharp-edged piece ger is half the battle, in terms of
to now-but the tbush faithful were never deceived. They'd The players asked me what of loss. paper willsharpmake a razor center habits. tle, in terms o
re og e perfidiouWllie's work anywhere. was going to call and I said cut, painfully slow to heal? Well,
*t* screen pass. I had always wanted I slit open the pad of my right
OVER MANAGING totrow a screen pass in this si- index finger that way not long
making excessive use of the shuttle. When the Yankeesfailed chance. g for a couple of weeks. And FFICIA I
last year, a Stadium alumnus said: "Only Stengel could have lost All hands protested violently caused me to ruminate that a
with that team." but I assured them that I would good part of shooting accuracy,
Occasionally the mad genius does flip. Like the recent key throw the ball into the stands U whether it be with rine, scatter-
game when he juggledthimself clear out of catchers and had to I were rushed gun, or pistol rests in that finger.
use Hank Hauer,'who hadn't ever caught a big league game. For example, while the digit Complete Prize.w
Stengel is desolate when he has to go'all the way with only We could only be penalized half was still wrapped in gaue and en- The who
nine men. A plausible explanation for his passion for numbers the distance to the goal line and tirely too tender to slap a shotgun The who
is that he's never gotten used to having so many able ball play- what is six inches? tr I ot tangled p in a
era at his command. When he was a chronic second division I called the play and M a c skeet-shooting hassle with a pair
manager in the other league, he had only mediocrities. Now, Speedie went 100 yards (99 in the of gents only too anxious to trim F I
like a guy who suddenly got rich, Stengel can't wait to spend his record book) and not a m a n me down to size. So they did, but
money. touched him. good. First I tried running my in-
In any case, the record says he's spent It wisely. Six pen- him. good.ex finer through the guard sonning my in-
nants in seven years is an accomplishment that speaks for itself. The score was then 21-0 and it that the second joint bor t he the Se
As a matter of fact, platooning has, been the secret of the could have been 14-7. The game trigger. That threw my timing off
Yankees' success ever since the quality of talents began to de- was a lot easier the rest of the aft- a mile.
teriorate generally. ernoon because Speedie's run took So I lay the tender digit along
In order to platoon effectively, a manager must have a all the steam out of the Bisons, the side of the scattergun and|
squad of uniform ability, so that when tactical shifts are made Everyone, including the coach- tied working the trigger with my
the positions will not be weakened. The fact that such shifts es, said I was nuts-but it work- middle finger. That was worse. S
are deemed necessary at all is, of course, an admission the play- ed. Not only had the switch some- No PrIe No Prizes N|
er involved are not authentic big leaguers. how confused my feeling as to the 24 32.00oo 124 is.oo 32024
The Yankees' GM, George Weiss, was first to perceive what NEXT: Jack Mitchell. exactly precise moment to cut r124 132.00 1124 132.00 2124
was happening to the caliber of big league material, and acted loose and break the clay, but it 0224 132.00 1224 132.00 224
accordingly. He provided Stengel with what has come to be Iowa State Has had also changed the right hand 04 13.00 1424 132.0
known in the trade as a "deep bench." glwarip on the gun so I was lifting 0524 132.00 1524 132.00 224
A pical example of how quantity can be made tp do the he wrist of the gun up, hence 024 132.00 124 13200 2
work o quality was the combined home run production of the 'Har Knocks' dropping the mule for consistent 024 132.00 1 24 133.00 24
Yankees' three first baseman this season. Collins, Skowron under-shooting. 0524 2,200.001 1924 2,200.00 2924
and Robinson hit 0-plus. There were some years Lou Gehrig I had sense enough to say off
didn't hit that many. Course For Grid the pistol range, because I knew1
that precise and delicate trigger
LEFTY vs. RIGHTY control, with the sensitive pad of ,
The lefty vs. righty tactic .is an individual expression of AMES, Iowa (NEA Iowa the first finger automatically pres- s
platoonnpg and is confined largely to action at the plate. The State's football squad has enrolled sing or holding as the handgun s5915 440.00 5917 440.00
same physical reasoning s advanced, in a psecial course. sights waver on and off the bull's- 5916 440.00 591 440.00
The left-handed Duke Snider of the Brooklyns, for example, While not listed in the school's eye, is one of the major secrets of i
. theoretically will always hit better against right-hand pitching curriculum, the girdders feel it's handgun accuracy. If you don't
because the ball breaks in to him and Is therefore a more invit- one of the toughest courses. believe this, either stick a band-i
ing target. That would be Vince Di Fran- aid over your trained finger some
Conversely, a right-hand hitter, such as Hank Bauer, of the cesca's "School of Hard Knocks," bright afternoon, or poke your fin s
Yankees, Is supposedly much more virulent against left-hand which is what the Iowa State sav- ger clear through the t r rg ger 1 O997 220.00 _22_.0
pitching because the ball also comes in to him, though from the age practice sessions are being guard so you're pressing the trig- 8 11.00 899 110
opposite side of the plate. called, ger beyond the first oint, and see1 8989 11e.00 8i 110.9
When such shifts are made at the plate, a manager is said what happens to your average
to be following the book, or playing the percentage. Book means score.
Seasterom. What percentage means is conjecture. League statis- They say that both the pistoleer
tians keep no official tab on results of these shifts. and the riflemen should so press
All managers are lefty-right conscious. Some are slavishly do n'tigg e actlyhe sen the 0et r13200 2087 132.04
addlet In e against the Tigers last year, Paul Richards, doen t know exactly when this, in
mANlstermifiadl he White ox used four pitchers in one inning piece is gng to go off. Thisos s.0 e s00
If th r else, this proved how silly you can get. my humble opinion, is sheer bunk, 173 3es.00 I s s.
Will Maya took the Dandy Little Manager off the hook insi wnceno shooter ng remain in
weapon can very long remain in
the first game of the World Series last fall. With two Clevelands ce of c ust how and when laa-winning Number of tod
score tied. 2-2 Inthe eighth, and lefty Vic Werts up, Leo ile oear-trigger hookup will re- The Nine Hundred whole tie]
DUtcher brought lefty Don Lddle in from the bullpen. The Nne Hundred thole tt n
Only Mays could have caught the ball Wert hit. It was Actually, itiseems as if the brain The tw
headed for Buffalo. Had it gone safe, the Indians would hae itself were shorted out of the fir-
won 3-2, in nine, instead of losing 5-2, in 10. ing circuit, as if the nerves in the
Durocher was not only playing the book and the percentae i ger-pad itself were connected Signed by
he was a playing it safe. Werts might have hit a right.- -. to the sights and issued the firing
ed pltdh even farther. And if that had happened, the second omand, the order for extra trig-
p sers would have screamed: ger pressure at the instant of pro- WITNESSES: Jos6 Enrique Fo
'Wat a jerk, C righty against a leftI ven Little per sight alit.. Riardo Oards,
guersot mor you've got a sore trigger ftn-'

Mossadeq Races To Thrilling

Win In Horse Owners Classic

The Stud Miura's expensive race with El Pasha i
Chilean thoroughbred yesterday
Justified his high cost and ad- THIRD RAC
vance publicity when he scored
a thrilling one and one half 1.-Engreida $3.40, 2.
length victory in the $1,000 added 2.-Don Manuel $5.00
one mile Horse Owners Associa- 3.-Domia Barbara $5.
tion Classic for Class D imported
horses at the Juan Franco race FOURTH RA(
Mossadeq crossed the finish 1.-Justina $2.80, 2.2
line in front of odds-on mu- 2.-Don Orau $2.80, :
tuels favorite Empire Honey 3.-Sierra Velluda $2
after a nip-and-tuck home- Quinlela: $8.20.
stretch battle in which the
highly rated Irish-bred horse FIFTH RAC]
waited under steady drive of 1.Golden Tap $2.80
Mossadeq. I.-Golden Tap $2.80
Ruben Vasquez. up on Mossa- SIXTH RAC]
deq, made his move ahead of 1.-Coral $700, 4.00,
Jose Bravo, who rode Empire 2 -ponzaga $14.80, 4
Honey, and got on the better 3.-l evonshire Club
outside strip before entering the ,
homestretch then had plenty in SEVENTH RAi
reserve when Empire Honey drew
alongside. Espagirico was third, 1.-Begonia $10.80, 4.
seven lengths back. Chivilingo, 2.-Pugilist $7.20, 2.8(
Rio Negro and Lion's Claw trail-
ed in that order.
Messadeq, second choice in the Tod'
betting, returned $7.40, $3.60 andi Tay S
$2.40 across the board. This, how-
ever, was chicken feed compared
to the $280.20 win payoff by new- W
comer Polemon in the first race.
Polemon was such a long shotFor W or
that even his owners were re-
portedly surprised by his victory.
They seemed to be very sad after NEW YORK, Oct
the race. I .... A 1 t .., -.

And speaking of sad notes,
genuine horse lovers were truly
affected by the death of bril-
liant little native thoroughbred
Golden Tap following her easy
victory in the firth race yes-
Golden Tap, an odds-on mu-
tuels favorite, won like one. She
scored easily by six lengths but
was seen to start staggering
when her rider, Alfredo Vasquez,
pulled her up after the finish.
Vasquez quickly dismounted and
tried to keep her moving but the
five-year-old bay daughter of
lokaris-Wonder slowly sank to
the muddy turf and died with-
out even kicking.

game ov tine wurdu series:
Gi lam, 2b Bauer, rf
Reese, ss McDougald, 3b
Snider, ef Cerv, cf
Campanella, c Berra, c
Furillo, rf Skowron, lb
Hodges, Ib Howard, If
\Robinson. 3b Martin, 2b
Zimmer, 2b Rlzzuto, ss
Amoros,. If Ford, p

Umpires Ballanfant (NL), plate; Honochick (AL), 'b;
Dascoli (NL), 2b; Summers (AL), 3b; Flaherty (AL), left field
foul line; Donatelli (NL), right field foul line.

DETROIT (NEA) -B u dd y
Parker neverlost two games in
succession during his first four
years as coach of the Detroit
T inmt

Carlos G. Muller's excellent _______
home-bred mare only last week OKAY SO FAR
had displaced Casablanca as the
leading native money-winner in BATON ROUGE, La. (NEA) -
Panama racing history with (. K. Ferguson, Louisiana State
earnings of over $21,000. fullback, lived up to his name in
Ruben Vasquez was the day's the opener against Kentucky with
leading rider with three victories 5.2 rushing average.
while Luis Giraldo was the run-
ner-up with two. One of Giral- CINCINNATI (NEA "-The Red-
do's wins was a much-discussed legs, in beating Brooklyn 10 times
photp-finish triumph aboard Be-ths year, won that number for
gonia over Pugilist. the first time since 1950.
The dividends:

1.-Polemon $280.20, 18.40, 4.20.
2.-Amin Didi $6.80, 3.00.
3.-Le Sabre $3.20.
1.-El Pasha $13.40, 4.20, 2.40.
2.-Golden Fan $4.20, 2.60.
3.-Don Brigido $8.60.
Double: (Polemon-El Pasha -
no tickets sold).
(Polemon with all the starters
in the second race) $105.40.
(All the starters In the first

Today Encanto .35 .20
e In Cinemascope! '
Olivia de Havilland, in
Orson Welles, in
"Three Cases of Murderw

Today IDEAL .20. 19
Ronald Reagan, In ',
Edmund O'Brien, In ',
i- iMM -

Faltering Philip!
fhilip's life is filled with bruises
Well-worn step and raup he ses.
R.palrs would leave his home like new..
A. Classified. ust the rilht cluel

inning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1908, Sunday,
le ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces

st Prize 5924

second Prize 8997

Third Prize 1087

, 44,000.


$ 6,600


October 2, 1955.

00 0

0 0

Prises No. PrisM No. Prigm No. PriuII No. PrlI No. Prisw No PA'Z No rNiM
S 8.00 304 132.W 4024 132.00 5024 12.00 4o24 132.00 724 132.00 on 2 132.00 024 132.0
132.00 3124 132.00 4124 132.00 5124 133.00 6124 132.00 7124 132.00 8124 132.00 9124 132.00
132.00 3224 132.00 4224 132.00 5224 132.00 224 132.00 7234 132.00 3224 .132.M' 9224 132.M r
132.00 332 .00 4324 132002.00 132. 63 132.00 24 7324 132.00 34 132.00 324 132.00
132340 424 13 24 132.80 5424 132. 400 4 132.00 7424 132.00 424 132.00 424 132.00
S 13 1.00 3524 132-0.M 14524 132.100 5324 132.00 524 132.00 1754 132.00 24 132.00 524 132.0 '-
S 1$.00 324 132.00 424 132.00 5624 132.00 24 13. 790 4 132.00 M24 132.00 24 132.0
I 132.00 724 131.00 4724 132.00 51724 132.00 6724 132.00 7714 132.00 78T24 132.00 9 724 132.00
112.00 24 132.00 424 132.00 124 132.00 824 132.00 7324 132.00 234 132.00 $24 132.00'
S2,300.00 3924 2,20.00 4124 2,200.0 24 44,006.00 6024 2,200.00 7524 2,200.00 22S4 2,200.00 9934 2,200.0

Approximations Derived From First Prize

5819 440.00 5921 440.00 5923 440.00 S926 440.00 592 440..0 5930 44.00 5932 440.00
5920 440.00 I 5922 440.00 1 5925 440.00 5927 440.00 I 5929 440.00 I 531 440.00 I 5933 440.16

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

2997 226.06 3997 22000 497 220.00 s m 3.6 6ST7 220.06 77 220.00 9997 22.0
8992 110.00 3894 11400S 899 110.00 990 110.0 I 90 110.00 s003 110.00 9005 116.00
993 110.00 8aS i1.0 8998 116.00 9000 11.00 9 e002 110.00 9SE 110." 9000 116.

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

3087 132.00 4087 132.00 507 132.06 Os 132.0 707 132.00 8087 13.0 9087 13.00
1082 18.0 1084 $8.$8 I1~ 88.00 10 880 8.00 1 $0 o |s 1 K.AI01 MS os u. a
1i n83 as.00 10I i800 1088 4. 4 1 09 88.00 2 w 8 e. 1 is "4 l. IM a8 .a

ay's Lottery Drawing was sold a t: First, Second and Third in Panama .
kets ending in 4 and not included In the above I st winl hrty-Four Dollars. t ) eaeh.
ole ticket has 44 nieces whih comprises the two series "A" and 'r

r ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of PanamA Ced. 471215.

The Representative Of The Treasry RICARDO A. MEUNDUE


mati, C6d. No. 47-409
Cd. No. 47-43010

Notay Publi, Panama



20, 2.20.
0, 5.40.
0, 2.20.


40, 2.80.

3.-Dixlprincess $2.20.
Second Double: $44.00.


1.-Nacho $4.00, 3.00. 2.20.
2.-Julie $7.80. 2.40.
3.-Fru Fru $2.20.
Quiniela: $18.80.
1.-Lazy Brook $13.00, 8.00,
2.-Regal Bliss $7.00, 8.80.
3.-Lanero $3.20.
One-Two: $117.20.


1 -Mossadeq $7.40, 3.60, 2 40.;'
2 -Empire Honey $2.80, 2-.2".
3.-Espagirico $2.60.
1.-Albatross $2.80, 2.20.
2.-Escorial $2.40.

Probable Lineup:

Id Series, Game .
0. 3 (UP)- Starting lineup for today's x
-I. 3 (UP)- Starting lineups for today's sixti

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- Robert Vik, Marlin Club
marlin, weighing 286 lbs.,
from the boat "Alibi."



some preliminary fishing to
for the 4th Annual Marlin
iber, caught two marlin last
- fishermen and the boats.
n in 19 minutes from the

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IN N IN G S NEWYORK....500 000 0 0 x--5 .8

Yankees Win 5-1 To Even Up Series

Behind Whitey Ford's Four-Hitter

Bill Skowron

The hard-fighting New York Yankees, in a sur-
prising display of first-inning power, quickly batter-
ed Brooklyn Dodger starting pitcher Karl Spooner
for five runs in the opening frame and went on to
chalk up a 5-1 victory behind the superb four-hit
hurling of lefty Whitey Ford.
The victory evened up the 1955 World Series at
three wins apiece and moved the Yankees back into
the role of favorite to make it six straight Series tri-
umphs over the Dodgers.
Walks to Phil Rizzuto and Gil McDougald plus
singles to Yogi Berra and Hank Bauer followed by
a towering home run into the right field seats by Bill
Skowron accounted for the five Yankee runs.
Russ Meyer relieved losing pitcher Spooner and
hurled five and two-thirds runless innings before he
was lifted for a pinchhitter. Ed Roebuck finished up
the final two innings for the losers without giving
up any runs.
Ford, turning in the best pitching performance
thus far in the Series, struck out eight Dodgers.
74,022 fans watched the game in clear, sunny
Tomorrow manager Walter Alston will start
Johnny Podres in the hope of breaking the Brook-
lyn jinx while Casey Stengel has Tommy Byrne
ready to go for the Yankees:
The play-by-play:

I Dodgers: Jim Gilliam, leading
off against Yankee left-hander
Whitey Ford, flied to left. Pee
Wee Reese struck out. Duke Sni-
der struck out. No runs, no hits,
no errors, none left.

Yogi Berra
YogI Berra

Hafk Bmet

er singled to right, Berra hold-
ing at second. Skowron flied out
to center. Cerv hit into a dou-
bleplay, Robinson tagging Berra
and completing the throw to
first. No runs, one hit, no er-
rors, one left.'

Yankees: Phil Rizzuto, facing
' Dodger southpaw Karl Spooner, FOURTH INNING
walked. Billy Martin struck out Dodgers: Reese beat out a
but Rizzuto stole second on a grounder that bounced off the
close play. Gil McDougald walk- mound. Don Zimmer, pinchhit-
ed Yogi Berra singled to center, ting for Snider, struck out. Cam-
Sscoring Rizzuto and McDougald panella walked. Furillo singled
'-* moving to third. Hank Bauer rl- to left to score Reese. Campa-
fled a single to left, scoring Me- nella holding at second. Hodges
Dougald. Bill Skowron smashed forced Furillo at second. Robin-
a three-run homer into the right son forced Hodges at second.
field stands, Berra and Bauer One run, two hits, no errors, two
scoring ahead of him. Bob Cerv left.
i:beat out an Infield grounder
when relief pitcher Russ Meyer, Yankees:. Howard struck out.
who had just come on to realp.ce Ford bounced out to third. Riz-
*Spooner, hesitated in covering zuto rolled out to short. No runs,
first base. Elston Howard struck no hits, no errors, none left.
out. Ford flied to left. Five runs,
four hits, no errors, one left. FIFTH INNING
J mDodgers: Amoros rolled out to
first. unassisted. Meyer bounced
SECOND INNING out to second. Gilliam singled to
Dodgers- R o y Campanella left. Reese grounded out to third.
fieid nut to center. Carl Furillo No runs, one hit, no errors, one
was hit in the back. Gil Hodges left.
walked Jackie Robinson hit into
a doubleplay, third to second to Yankees: Martin blooped a
first No runs, no hits, no errors, single to left field. McDougald
one left. skied to center. Berra singled to
o center. Martin holding at sec-
Yankees: Rizzuto popped out ond when he slipped and fell.
z _1 .. BT, ii fn e.drBR ora at second.

to third. Martin struck out. vC-
Dougald popped out to short
left. Reese making the catch.
No runs, no hits, no errors none
Dodeers: Sandy Amoros roll-
ed out to the pitcher. Meyer
struck out. Gilliam grounded out
to third. No runs, no hits, no er-
rors. none left.
Yankees: Berra walked. Bau-

Joe Collins, pinchhitting for
Skowron, walked. Cerv popped
to short left field. Reese making
the catch. No runs, two hits, no
errors, three left.
Dodgers: Zimmer walked.
Campanella struck out. Furillo
bounced out to short. Hodges
grounded out to third. No runs,
no hits. no errors, one left.

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Yankees: Howard struck out.
Ford dribbled out to the pitcher.
Rizzuto grounded out to short.
No runs, no hits, no errors, none

Dodgers: Robinrson flied out to
center. Amoros dropped a single
to center. Frank Kellert, pinch-
hitting for Meyer, popped out to
second. Gilliam walked. Reese
forced Gilllam at second. No
runs, one hit, no errors, one left.
Yankees: Martin was safe
when his grounder bounced off
Robinson's chest for an error.
McDougald popped out to Ed
Roebuck who had come on to re-
place Meyer on the mound. Ber-
ra forced Martin at second. Bau-
er singled to center, Berra mov-
ing to third. Collins bounced out
to second. No runs, one hit, one
error, two left.

Dodgers: Zimmer struck out.
Campanella bounced out to
short. Furillo struck out. No
runs, no hits, no errors, none
Yankees: Cerv bounced back
to the pitcher. Howard flied out
to right center. Ford grounded
to first, unassisted. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.

Dodgers: Hodges grounded out
to short. Robinson bounced out
to third. Amoros struck out. No
ri;ns, no hits, no errors. none

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"Let the people know tho truth and the country Is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


French Loose Modern War are

Against Insurgent Moroccans

RABAT, Morocco, Oct. 3 (UP)
- France today unleashed mod-
ern warfare against insurgent
Berber tribes in northern Moroc-
co and first reports indicated
government planes and guns
were taking a heavy toll.
Resident-general Gen. Pier-
re Boyer de Latour du Moulin
issued orders that no effort
was to be spared in smashing
the sudden uprising of Riff
tribesmen which claimed an
estimated 200 lives during the
The new flare-up threatened
to jeopardize his efforts to re-
store calm to the protectorate
now that he has succeed in
ousting the unpopular Sultan
Sidi Mohammed Ben Moilay Ara-
De Latour sealed off vast
stretch seof northern Morocco
and cabled for reinforcements.
Paris ordered five French batta-

lions to the scene immediately to
bolster the French striking force
in Morocco; two of them are from
neighboring Algeria.
While planes pounded rebel
concentrations in the middle
of the Atlas mountains, heavy
rescue columns inched their
way toward outposts where
outnumbered garrisons have
been holding back hundreds of
insurgents for 48 hours.
French officials disclosed that
"armed elements" have attacked
four French army posts Satur-
day night near the Spanish Mo-
rocco frontier and in the Atlas
mountains. Reinforcements were
immediately rushed to the areas.
It was the first time organized
guerrillas have gone into, action
in this. French North African
protectorate, although they have
harassd Franch troops in Alge-
ria anTti~~Isia.
Observers believed the at-
tacks may have been provoked

by nationalist anger over the
circumstances surrounding the
departure of the Sultan.
The Sultan, before going to
Tangier Saturday left his royal
powers In the hands Of a cousin
-a move the Nationalists charg-
ed was illegal.
The French announcement
said two of the guerrilla attacks
were made on army posts at
Boured and Tizi Ouzll, near the
Spanish Moroccan border. The
posts were garrisoned by Moroc-
can auxiliary troops.
It said "the armed elements
retreated in the direction of the
Spanish zone after burning sev-
eral houses."
Reports reaching here said the
Moroccan "Mokhazni" auxiliaries
retreated at first and then ralli-
ed to drive the invaders back.
The 'reports said the raiders
overran a French customs post
before they pulled back.

Deposed Argentine Dictator Juan D. Peron

Flies To Exile On Third Air Trip Of Life

BUENOS AIRES, Oct.3 (UP).- Reports current while Paraguay-
Ousted Argentine President Juan an ambassador Juan Chavez was
D. Peron flew to voluntary exile negotiating with the new Argen-
in Paraguay yesterday aboard a tine government for a safe con-
Paraguayan navy sea plane. duct pass for Peron said provi-
sional President Eduardo Lonar-
Ending 13 days of virtual im- sd insisted he g o o n f rom there
prisonment aboard a; cramped di insisted he go on from there
prisonmented to some try that does riot
Paraguayan gunboat anchored border on Agentlna.
off the Buenos Aires waterfront, Sohe BpM matic and offettic
the fallen strongman, whose de- sources predicted Spain or Swit-
cade of dictatorship was broken zerland where Peron is said to
by revolution, took off at 1:15 have deposited huge sums Of
p.m t ar money during his years in power
The trip was the third air would be his eventual destina-
journey of Peron's life. Hlie is tion
known to have had a terror of The big crowds in Buenos Aires
flying since 1946 when a plane today clustered around the Alea
in which he was traveling to Publishing Building. Argentines
Cordoba lost a propeller. lined up for blocks to get a look
at the bomb proof, gasproof
Informed sources said the Ar- underground apartment-remi-
gentine revolutionary gover- niscent of the Berlin bunker in
ment insisted Peron fly nto which Adolf Hitler died where
ViAp, f lnrin thA*5 J Pri t m -

pathizers along the banks of the
Parana River might try to rescue
him if he traveled upriver to
Paraguay by boat.
Peron's departure went vir-
tually unnoticed. A handful of re-
porters and military men watch-
ed through binoculars while an
Argentine torpedo boat carried
hiom the gunboat anchored
about four miles off the Buenos
Aires waterfront to the nearby
plane, but no crowds gathered.
A police announcement said
Peron left for Asuncion at 11:30
a.m., but that actually was the
hour at which the plane landed
near the gunboat. It did nbt take
off until 1:15 p.m.
It was not certain whether
Peron would remain in Paraguay.

Peron's Hollywood

Career May Be

Just Starting
HONGKONG, Oct. 3 (UP) -
The Hong Kong Standard today
said that ousted President Juan
Peron of Argentina may be out
of business in his country but
his Hollywood career should be
Just starting.
Some enterprising producer
ought to sign him up at a sub-
stantial salary for a new version
of "The night my number came
up" starring Peron and his 16
year old, poddle haired girl
friend Nellv Rivas, the standard

Little League

Girls 9, Boys 7
Sixteen babies were born in
Coco Solo Hospital during, the
week ending Wednesday, Sept.
28, according to the regular hos-
pital report. During the same
period 97 patients were admit-
ted and 85 were discharged. No
deaths were reported.
Babies were born to the fol-
lowing American citizens:
Sfc. and Mrs. William Work-
man, of Fort Gulick, son; Cpl.
and Mrs. Angel Garcia, of Coco
Solito, son; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Johnston, of Coco Solito, daugh-
ter', Mr. and Mrs. David Fortino,
of Coco Solito, son; Sfc. and Mrs.
Pedro Ortiz, of Coco Solito, son;
Sfc and Mrs. Clotilde Sanchez,
of Coco Solito, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. William Myers, of Co-
co Solo, son; Sfc. and Mrs. Har-
ry Thompson, of Fort Gulick,
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Conard, of Coco Solito, son.
Babies were born to the fol-
lowing parents of other nation-
alities: Mr. and Mrs. Prince A.
Jones, of Gatin, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. George C. Goddard, of
Camp Bierd, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Armando Rios, of Col6n,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo
Chambers, o Col6n, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Ashton D. Worrell,
o Camp Blerd, daughter; Mr.
Mrs. Clement Herrar, of Col6n,
daughter. and Mr. and Mrs. Os-
waldo Salazar, of Col6n, daugh-

Peron hid out'during air attacks.
The opening of Peron's hide-
away to the public was the latest
step in the new Argentine gov-
ernments camping to shatter
the carefully-nurtured reputa-
tion he had built for himself as a
selfless servant of the people.
The government produced
masses of evidence last week to
indicate that Peron, who will be
60 on Saturday, was a lecher
with a 16-year-old mistress and
a string of high school girl
friends and had enriched himself
Today the Arentine public was
told he also was probably crazy.
Political sources said Rear
Adm. Albertor Teisaire, Peron's
vice president, has told official
interrogators he 'believes Peron
was a mentally unbalanced man
who would cause "serious trou-
ble" for the Lonardi regime If he
was allowed to leave the coun-

West Tells Russia

No Recognition

For East Germany
MOSCOW, Oct. 3 (UP) The
Western Big Three normally no-
tified Russia today that they will
reuse to recognize Communist
East Germany.
The statement, sent in iden-
tical notes to the Soviet Foreign
Ministry, was the first formal
western response to the Rus-
sian West German agreement to
establish diplomatic relations.
The western stand was first
spelled out last week at New
York after a two-day meeting of
the Big Three foreign ministers.
The notes were understood to
Underwrite west German Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenawer's re-
servations made at the end of
his historic Moscow visit last
month. That visit was followed
by a Russian announcement
granting East Germany full sov-
The notes were reported to
make these points:
1) Reaffirmation that the
Western Big Three will not rec-
ognize any German government
except that in Bonn.
2) Germany's frontiers will
not be definitely established un-
til a peace treaty is signed with
all Germany.
3) A request for the Soviet
Union to reassure the West that
It will respect the four-power a-
greement for free communica

bua uOtween west Germany
Friendship Message Seriio Brouwer
Servicio Brouwer
From Aly Greets is Low Bidder

Rita At Cherbourg On CZ Paint Job
CHERBOURG, Oct. 3 (UP) -w
Actress Rita Hay-vorth arrived by Srvlclo Brouwer, with a bid
luxury liner from New York today of $550. was apparently low on
with her two daughters and waste Interior painting of four
greeted with a message of friend- apartments and one cottage Jo-
ship from Prince Aly Khan and coated in Ancon, Gatun and Mar-
his big black limousine. arita. Bids were opened thLa
The lner Queen liabeth with morning in the Balboa Heights
Rita aboard docked at nose sharp. Administration Building.
Waiting was the gleaming limon- Other paint contractors mak-
sine and AlY's American lawyer, Ing bids on the project were the
Charles Torem. Tropical Paint Co., and Daniel
'"I bring a personal message of IojsR _
friendship to Rita from Aly, To. SChedled for painting in An-1
rem told newsmen. "He ap s of con wfi'apartments NO. 020-A,
flowers are waiting for h inF Par- and No. 0422-B and House No.
s. This time the relation of S21. Other apartments were No.
Rita and Aly is on as 25 At4-A tun-and No. 810W'-B
frMandl b, at -. to )wIS a.

The guerrilla bands, num-
bering several hundred men,
poured heavy fire into the
French outposts at Boured and
Tizi Ousli when they swep
down from the Rift Mountains
about 2 a.m.
The heaviest of the gurrilla
attacks came .40 miles souheast
of FeM, home of the fere Rift
tribesmen who have a long hs-
tory of conflict with the.;rench.
Reports said hunntreds of
tribesmen revolted at Immouzer
der Marmoucha, seat of admin-
istrative control over five Berber
tribes. ,A" .
They were believed to be hold-
ing the town under attafk.-to-
day. Telephone contact with the
town was cut.
France rushed warplanes from
Meknes and troops from Fez to
relieve the garrison.
Military authorities in the Fez
region set up road blocks and
halted all civilian travel between
certain towns.
It was feared here if the re-
volt was not put down imme-
diately, it might touch off a
general uprising of the tribes.
About 1500 Frenchmen and
Moroccans were slaughtened
Aug. 20-21, the second anniver-
sary of the French dethorning
of the nationalist leader Sultan
Sidl Mohammed Ben Youssef.

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