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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1956
I CANADIAN WHISKY H5 I
NEW PRESIDENT Ernesto de la Guardla, Jr., scratches his head as he chats informally with
his first Vice-President Temistocles Diaz (center), Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd and second
Vice-President Heracllo Barletta (right) just before accepting the credentials of the visiting
representatives of foreign countries attending his inauguration.
The first of a aeries of three
disaster conltrol exercises for
1956. Jackoot V-A. will take place
tomorrow morning in the canal
m "disaster scnc win oe
at Albrook Air Force Base and
the nurundu housin area with
the Caribbean Air Command
creating the disaster.
Th tomauuidant, Natl
District, assisted by me com commanding
manding commanding g snorts, U.8. Army, Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, will control the disaster
forces from Rodman Naval Sta Station,
tion, Station, Fort Amador, Fifteenth
Naval District Headquarters a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. Fort Clayton and Quarry
One. of the more important
groups in the passive defense
program is the Distaff Organi Organisation,
sation, Organisation, a voluntary group made
Ike To Ask
Tax Cut For
BOSTON, Oct. t (UP) Pres Presidential
idential Presidential Assistant Sherman
Adams says the Eisenhower
administration will ask Con Congress
gress Congress for tax relief for small
Adams told the Smaller
Business Association of New
England last night the Cabi Cabinet's
net's Cabinet's Small Business Com Committee
mittee Committee recommended "consid "consideration
eration "consideration be given to redue'ng
the tax rate on business cor corporations
porations corporations from 36 per cent to
26 per cent on Income up to
Governor Receives Seven Retiring
Seven veteran employes of the
Canal organisation, who are re retiring
tiring retiring from service this month
and who leave the Isthmus soon,
sre received officially by Gov.
W. I. Potter in his office at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights Friday afternoon
During the special farewell
ceremony, the seven employes,
who have canal service ranging
from J5 to 40 years, were con congratulated
gratulated congratulated by the Governor for
their many yeara with the canal
Tfcrtf a long list of employes
gMlrlng in October, those who
were received by the Governor
Edward Barlow, Senior Con Control
trol Control House Supervisor at Mira Mirations
tions Mirations Locks, who has more than
40 years or continuous service
with the Canal organization.
Jerome Barras, Special Assis-,
f.tans w we unwi i mic ns
and Grounds Division with 31
years of Canal service.
Daniel J. Considine, Lock Op Operator
erator Operator at Gacun Locks, with
more tWan 36 years of Canal
James E. Heady, supervisory
Accountant in the Accounting
Division, with 30 years of Canal
service, all of it with the Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division
Capt Walter H. Kuhrt, and
Capt. Luden A. Skeels, two
Cristobal pilots, each with 29
wars of service In the Marine
Warren G. Schultz, Inspector
of Floating Equipment with the
Marine Bureau with 29 years of
1 aafl WjMBf gSJ
V-A Will Throw
AFB Into Action
up of the female dependents of
!the military and civilian em
ployes of the Army, Navy, Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps and Air Force,
Over 2,500 distaff workers will
swing into action with their
first joint problem of 1956 when
the training exercise gets under underway.
way. underway. When the signal to mobil mobilize
ize mobilize sounds, these Distal f workers
from all activities will go to
The emphasis Will be on real real-Ism.
Ism. real-Ism. Wardens will start their
natrol work, child care etnters
will be open and children of
participating mothers will he
placed there under experienced
care. First aid teams will be as assigned
signed assigned to command Posts and
will further be ruspatcneo. oy
them to seek out the wounded.
Emergency field hospitals will
Suez Canal Users' Group Drafts
Constitution At Secret Session
LONDON, Oct. 2 (UP) Suez
Canal Users Association com com-miit.,
miit., com-miit., mnrirri In secret todav
to draft a constitution for the
15-nation organization uisi is
the west's current answer to
Egypt's seizure of the vital in international
ternational international waterway.
The Western shipping nations
opened the third London con con-vesterdav
vesterdav con-vesterdav bv
declaring the SCUA established.
All 18 of tne nations mat
backed the Dulles' plan for In Internationalization
ternationalization Internationalization of the Canal
are attending the conference,
but yesterday Pakistan, Japan
and Ethiopia declined to join
Representatives of those three
service with th Canal organ!-.
Barlow has spent the past 38
years with the Locks Division
but he is probably best known
on the Isthmus for the lecturing
he has done both in his duty
snd off-duty hours to tourists
and Isthmians about the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal, its history and its
In this connection, Barlow,
or Barney as everyone calls
him, has explained the work workings
ings workings of (he Panama Canal to
thousands of visitors ranging
from the Queen of England to
many lesser citizens whe have
His intimate knowledge of the
workings of the Panama Canal
Is the result of many years with
the Locks Division and his abili ability
ty ability to retain odd bits of lore,
which he once said anyone coujd
learn If they lived as lotfg as he
has on thexlsthmus
A native pf Cumberland,
Rhode Island. Barlow arrived In
Panama in 191S to work on the
Panama Railroad as a pontoon
bridge operator on a bridge a a-cross
cross a-cross the Canal at Paraiso. Lat Later
er Later he also worked with the
Dredglne Division as a boiler
scaler and with the Municipal
Engineering Division as a pump
operator. Plnce 1930. he has
been with the Locks Division,
first as a towing locomotive op operator,
erator, operator, later as a lunlor tockma. tockma.-cr
cr tockma.-cr and since 194S as Senior
Control House Supervisor.
Mr. and Mrs. Barlow will leave
be set up and manned by treat treatment
ment treatment holdine personnel.
No effort will be spared to
make the problem realistic. Ca Casualties
sualties Casualties of all types, such as
fires, damaeed water mains.
downed communication and
power lines, etc., will be en encountered
countered encountered by the military forces
and the distaff workers. The
situation will include an actual
and the DKnttnx of
haaards" for the rell
fcn discover -nd deco
All disaster operations car-
mH Mit a nart nf (the exercise
will be confined to areas, desig designated
nated designated as disaster scenes; and the
general public will not partici participate;
pate; participate; consequently, the public public-action
action public-action sirens will only be sound sounded
ed sounded on the participating military
installations and the housing a a-reas
reas a-reas concerned.
reluctant nations were expected
to remain at tne comerence as
Yesterday the SCUA nations
elected British Foreign Secre
tary seiwyn Lioya cnairman oi
the conference, then the ambas ambassadorial
sadorial ambassadorial level representatives
hrnko tin into committees to
hammer out details of the or
Lloyd flew off to New York to
heln nresent the west's case on
Suez to the United Nations.
A major committee deliberat deliberating
ing deliberating was that annointed to form
th. uniTA constitution. Another
was seeking the form of an ap
peal lor rush funas to support
initai tne organization.
the Isthmus Oct. 13 aboard a
Panama' Line vessel and plan to
make their home at Croton-on-
Hudson, New York.
Born In St. Martinsnue,
Louisiana, Barras spent four
years in the U.S. Army before
Joining the Canal organisation
as a policeman la 1924. He
was promoted to the rank of
Sergeant In 19St and was sta stationed
tioned stationed with the Police force on
both sides of the isthmus. In
194, wh'le he was a detective
officer in Balboa, he attended
the New York City Police De Department
partment Department Police Aea demy
where he took special training
In saeh phases of police work
as handwriting, typewriting,
and firearms Identlficat'on.
He was transferred frOm the
Balboa Police District in 1941 to
the Supply Department as As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the Chief Quartermas Quartermaster
ter Quartermaster to coordinate and supervise
matters relating to the feeding,
housing and welfare of contract
laborer in the Canal Zone. In
1950 he was Chief of the Real
Estate Unit, which for the past
year has been a unit of the
Mr. and Mrs Barras left the
isthmus Sept. 29 aboard the
Panama liner Panama. They will
make their home in Hawley, Pa.
Considine, who was born In
Elmlra, New York, served with
the U S. Army durln the first
World War. With the ezcep ezcep-t
t ezcep-t on of a short break tn his
service la 1949, he has been
3 GIs Sent To Prison
For Robbing Taxi
PANAMA'S NEW PRESIDENT AND .CABINET POSE for a first formal portrait. Shown left
to right are: German Lopez, Secretary General of the Presldencla; Angel Lope Casis, Minister
of Education; Max Heurtematte, Minister of Government and Justice; Ruben Dario Carles,
Jr, Minister of Treasury; Mrs., Cecilia Pinel Remon, Minister of Labor and Social Welfare;
President de la Guardia; Roberto Lopez Fabrega, Minister of Public Works; Victor Navas,
Minister of Agriculture, Commerce and Industry; Aquilino Boyd, Foreign Minister, and Ro-
hi tn Hfturtemaue. commroner uenerai.
To Hire Negro
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UP) Ma-
m iw. .h T nfhJr flight
vrir .t.t. h.v. arH tn Ior etr American repuouc, ror aim anouier term, nut so
iit. .! th.r flirtt who would not permit identifica-i many intimate friends and well
;F Hi.. J l. t tioa, today revealed to the United wishers surrounded the President,
onnel, it was disclosed itjPrs piirp0rted details of the!Lo,ez Perez could not get close
personnel, it was disctoed lJSS
The announcement was eontain-
earn a joint """J"1 "f"6" ;
Charles Abrams, chairman o : the
aia e uwbhh b
lines serving the state.
Non Negro pilots, navigator., ra-
dio operators, stewardesses or oth-
er rngni perw" r"Z '7r
by any scheduled U.S. passenger
The statement "reiterated" a po-
lrey of non-discnmuiation in hmng
.t "inrftoataH" that thA airlines
indleated" that the airlines
uaiiM not lAiirit annlirants from
u., -rr ;- t.
agencies or scnoois mat pracuc-
ed discrimination on candidates
The agreement was rescneo
er five months of conferences be-
a tu- mtiA a mm-
mittee of airline representatives.
employed with the Canal or organization
ganization organization since 1928. He was
a machinist In both the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and 'Cristobal shops and
transferred to the Look, Divi Division
sion Division in 1938 as a lock operator.
Considine will sail Saturday
for New York and plans to
make his home in Elmlra, N Y.
Heady's service with the Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division has been
continuous since his emnlov emnlov-ment
ment emnlov-ment in the Canal organization
In 1926. Prior to that time he
was a civilian employe with the
US. Navy in Balboa. In 1943 he
was promoted to chief of the
General Accounts 8ectlon and
In 1945 to Assistant Chief Ac Accountant.
countant. Accountant. He has held his pres present
ent present nosition of Supervisory Ac
countant since 1954.
Although he was horn in
T'niondale. Indiana, Mr. and
Mrs. Headv nlan to make their
home in Texhoma. Texas. Thev
will sail on the Pan ma Line
for New York, Oct. 29.
Capt. Kuhrt, one of the two
Canal pilots retiring from serv service
ice service thla month, was bom In
8tten Island. New York. He was
employed with the Merritt and
Chlpman Company in New York
and was an officer aboard the
88 Pleiades, of the Luckenback
Line, before Joining the Canal
organisation in 1927. Before be becoming
coming becoming a pilot in 1934. he served
on the tug Favorite and was em employed
ployed employed on the Balboa docks for
a short time, ja 1947, Capt.
Somoza Said To Be Wearing
Bullet-Proof Vest When Shot
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2 (UP)
who would not permit identifica
1 actual assassination of President
1 1..:. C. ( Ml......,iil
& s shot four times on
IMStasiO JSOmoza OI iicaragu:;
Somoza was shot four times on
Sent. 21 bv Rigoberto Lopez ferez.
Nicaraguan who had Deen work.
ina for the last seven years in
El Salvador as a typesetter,
Somoza died Saturday
. MtknAm in v, s.ivl.
aying "You Nicaraguans
wiU never get rid of the Somoza
. .. p urchaged
a anubnosed revolver, told his
associates eoodbye. said, "You
: ... a
Will IiPVcr 5"C Hi rj gkc n 1 11 esuu
f m horaeland
uepariea ior ms iiwincmnu.
. . l
I Arriving in
iMcara&ua, iic to.
Uberat party was having a politi
ical convention. Lopez Perez at
i-z .it j, lAntf
....: tn aft
ipnucu ine scoaiuii on u.j w..B,
close enough to So0"; also at
thp rnnvcntion. tO Kill him.
Lopez Perez was present when
trnhrt was sent to Maryland to
Kuhrt was sent IO Maryianu io
observe and assist in ship moaei
tests in connection with the
Isthmian Canal studies.
Capt. and Mrs. Kuhrt will
leave the Isthmus Oct. 5 and
will live in Dorset Vermont.
Schultz will leave Oct. 25 by
air to make his future home in
Tampa Florida. He was born in
Philadelphia and served two
years in the U S. Navy during
the first World War.
He was employed by the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization in 1927 as a
machinist in Cristobal and
transferred the same year to
the Marine Bureau as an en
it., t ,7 sr.Vnra. sse
was made chief towboat en
gineer in 1937 and Inspector
of Hulls and Bo:lers in 1943.
He has held the position of
Inspector of Floating Equip
ment since 19S3
nent since 1953.
A native of Fall River, Mass..
Capt. Skeels .carted Ws career partles hlg ob and evicted from his a-
with th. Canal ss a pilot in 1927. Tne outcome of the current talks partment.
Before joining the Canal organ- ,t Yalta between Tito snd high Monkenmeyer, once a pros.
ization he spent two years as a Kremlin leaders will be taken into perous attorney who had been
quartermaster on the colliers account when the Eisenhower ad- unable to recover from the de de-Ulysses
Ulysses de-Ulysses and Achilles running be-, ministration decides whether to pression, "had fust a little
tween Norfolk and Cristobal and continue to aid Yugoslavia, Dulles more than his share" of heart-
during the f lrSt woria war,
served with the U.8. Navy. He
also was employed for several
years as an officer aboard the
Panama Line ships.
Capt. and Mrs. Skeels will sail
Saturday for New York on the
Panama Line and plan to make
their home on Race Hill Road
In Madison, Connecticut,
I the Liberal party renominated!
i many intimate friends and well
enough to shoot.
a hall wo. ni.,.. tk.t r,lV,t -I
the Cass del Obrero, the labor
a uau was given inai nigni ai u. j.,,
the Casa del Obrero, the faboritim. Hia sentence was six
temple of Leon, honoring Somoza
wn0 attended with his wife, thei
former Salvadora Debayle, who
the President first met in Phiia-
Toward midniffht as Somo?!
and his wife sat walching the
dancers and waving to the crowdi, Novikov
Lopez Perez, getting within eight; ,or NovlKOV-
feet of Somoza, drew his weapon:
and fired two point blank shots.!
n h.,iu ,,nAA h ProciHont
uus uuiivv rt vuiiuvu vuv x tvoiuvu
:M the shoulder. The second re
veKicu uic la 1 1 inai oumua was
.... .... ; ..,
no aamage except 10 eiagger
I (Uispaicnes irom Nicaragua
, . . ..
nave coniaineu ueniais wiai ouinu-
a wore a bullet-proof vest),
n, f Caiumi', immaHlsln
party lackley Perez and!
carried him to the flooi. Revolver
still in hand, the assassin man managed
aged managed to free his right arm and
fire twice more from the floor.
One of these two shots, fired
from an upward angle, got under
the Dullet Proof VMt ,nd Hgested to Console and SandeTs
. mllaiMaH eventiia V M,t th n Intn Panama anri
dying of this wound
in tne ao-
thereupon shot Lopez Perez to
death as he lay on the floor.
Dulles Says Reds
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 fUP
Sprrptarv of State John Foster Dul
ies said todav that Yusoslav Mar-
i hal Tito's drsmatic trip to Russia
'hows there is a very real and
serious problem between the
viei union ana hs saieimes.
Dulles told a news conf
the oroblem involved Russia's re
Ivor! Rutia' rf.'j
iations with the satellites and also
the relations of Soviet Communist
naptv t. aatallita countries and
President Eisenhower will have
to make that decision this month.
Tomorrow sirens will be
blown on military posts to
summon workers for a prac practice
tice practice alesl
Two U.S. soldiers were
each in the penitentiary for
Ding or a raxi-drrrer.
A third soldier received
Panamanian who participated
sent to Gamboa for six months.
All four young men had pleaded guilty in U.S. Dis District
trict District Court last Aua. 24 to the crime of robberv. Their
sentencing had been postponed until today to give rela
tives and tnends opportunity
In passing sentence, Judge
Guthrie F. Crows noted that
Hugh David Saxe, whose age
was finally established as 19,
had been the leader of the
quartet who plotted to "roll
j. a! J J:..-," rA AiA an
a IOA1-UI lir bum
Philip T. Console, 20, had
been the most brutal. Thsy
went to Gamboa for four
Ralph P. Sanders, 23, an-
oiner soimsr, kui mrw
Nicky Adrian Novikov San-
wa, ed into the olot later,
not personally hit they Vic
" 1 f ..
District Attorney Rowland
K. Hazard sought fivo years
each for Sax and Console,
four for Sanders ahd three
Hazard summarized tne cr me
cdmmitted on the night of last
julv i whpn Panamanian rest-
v mj .
dent Carmelo Mainerl, 53, was
K.t tii. at. trim
nnM,nn hahlnrt the old Red
uiuvon, ucniui v r,
Si. j .unntj n that
u sivc uu .iurav ...
i remote spot.
Goroas Hospital records on
Maintri showed he was
brought in spitting blood and
suffering from multiple con.
tusions of the face, head and
cheeks. He spent about 12 days
in the hospital for which his
expenses were t227.$0. He has
not been reimbursed.
The D.A. recounted how the
three soldiers were drinking at
Fort Clavton when "Sachs sur-
that they go Into Panama and
"roll" a taxi-driver. Thev went I
'to the Boston Bar on K 8treet!
where they were joined by Nov-1
lkov, who stated he had been te
lephoned by Sachs. ,r
Half-Starved Bank Robber Freed
After Series Of Bad Luck Breaks
i tjtrw vrvnic Oct. 2 (UP) Jus-
iu miirt comoassionately yes-
terday on a broken man whi
Sed to rob a bank with a lem
broken man wnoiine ponce to come, ne surren-
A young assistant qisuici i-
tnrn.w nipnrii that charaes be
- 'trnrmari acainst Edward J. Mon
...inif TiMtuarrl .T Mnn-
lfanmever. fi3 who feebly tried to
hold up a bank for $1000 last
j .i ftar ha vn fired from
ache, the prosecutor saw.
tv,-' haif.otarvart man whose
wife and children left him. had;beTy as much to get a bed and
just been discharged from his food Jn jail as to get money.
Job as an elevator operator when i Kohler said. !-
he decided to rob the bank. I Monkenmeyer, who has beea
He held a lemon squeezer in assigned to a State hospital, said
his pocket, indicating he had a he was happy now because I
eun. and told a teller to give him .will be fed regularly for the rest
sentenced todav to four veari
the brutal beating and rob-
a three-year term, and a
in the crime last Julv 1 was
to prepare pleas for leniency.
Hazard said the four entered
the men's room and agreed on
plans which called for Sachs to
ride In the froht, for Consols to
grab Mainerl from the rear arts
one of the others to give him a
"rabbit punch" ion the back.of
the neck). The first UxirBMrfW' j
they approached didn't like tffcir
looks. There as some c on vesta vesta-tlon
tlon vesta-tlon with the cabbies about
fares and changing a $20 bill.
Sachs got In front and at a re remote
mote remote jungle spot reached by
blacktop military roads stopped
at his fares' command.
Console knotted a handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief and put It around Maine Maine-ri's
ri's Maine-ri's neck. Sachs helped Console,
Hazard said. The others got out
and later Sanders helped hold
him on the ground while Novi Novikov
kov Novikov stood nearby. They took the
cabbie's wrist watch and wal wallet.
let. wallet. Then Console drove the car,
could not control it. After th
car went off the road the quar quartet
tet quartet started walking.
But Novikov remembered he
had left his comb, which could
be Identified, he thought.
(Continued on Page 8.
Reelected Labor ::
Parry Treasurer J
BLACKPOOL. England, Oct. 9
(UP) Left-wing Laborite Aneu Aneu-rin
rin Aneu-rin Bevan won reelection today
as Labor Party treasurer. It was
a major victory in his climb back
to the top ranks of party lead leadership.
ership. leadership. The fiery Welshman, often a
bitter crltic.of the United States,
beat George Brown, a fellow
member of Parliament who had
the backing of organized labor.
Bevan won the post by 3,829.-
000 votes to 2.755,000. Voting took
place yesterday at the Labor
Party's national convention hers
and the results were announced
The teller refused and Mon
i kenmeyer waited patiently for
dered almost thankfully.
Assistant District Attorney
Burt Kohler told Magistrate
Thomas Fitzpatrick that the
DeoDle of the st ate of New .York
did not want to press charges.
"A man can endure fust so
much pain and frustration In a
lifetime. It seemed to us that Ed
Monkenmeyer had just a little
more than his share," Kohler
Kohler said Monkenmeyer la
suffering from bleeding ulcers,
his sDirlt is gone and his mind
has faded. He staged the rob-
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PANAMA POST OFFICE
81r Aa on Jan. 1 next the use of Canal Zone Post Offices will
be restricted to firms and persons residing in the Zone, it is
natural that some attention will he directed to the efficiency, or
rather lack of it, of the Panama Post Office.
I received today a periodical dated London 7th July. I have
often received periodicals from the SUtes three or four weeks
after Issue. 1 have seen in the Panama post office unopened
marty bags of inward mail lying on the floor for many days.
On drawing post office official's attention to them, he shrug shrugged
ged shrugged hia shoulders, smiled and said they were getting through
them poco a poco.
I have received from Colon letters which took longer to get
to my Panama apartado than letters take to come from New
York to Balboa.
Ask any merchant and many individuals what they think of
the "servlce,v rendered by the Panama post office, and you will
get confirmation of the above remarks and perhaps more ex examples
amples examples of Inefficiency and delay in handling mail.
"HE MAN HUNTER" SPEAKS UP
In reference to your letter to
merely three guesses.
Number 1: Were it possible that you were out orchid-hunting
along the side of the highway (one of your caliber being
too afraid to get into the bush) and one little-bitsy hunting dog
barked at you. You being the type, our little pride was hurt
so you thought it would be best to write a little something to
degrade all hunters.
dumber 2 guess: Or are you the type that your wife won't
let you do something you secretly want to do you might be
afraid of your wife?
Number 3 guess: You might be one individual that always
must find fault with anything a group of men may do be it
hurting, golfing, fishing, water sklin, etc. I believe the girls
together once a week in most towns and play canasta per perhaps
haps perhaps and maybe they might let you loin them.
.JV J Sincerely.
p. 8, I trust the letter written to "He-Men Hunters" was writ-
nen .ny a man?? wen,
Men are only average men, at
Please to permit me space in your column, as you did the
individual that did not sign his name to the leading letter
whjtih appeared in the .Mrii'Hflx Sept 29 under the caption
Utterance." V v"-"-A- v;-.
fSick and urtVAmerican Tax-payer, hiding beBirid a "non
dt Jjlume" and the protective confidential provisions of this
paper is like hiding behind the Sth Ammendment.
;$o I the undersigned, a local-rate resident of the Canal
Zone, do hereby extend to you an open challenge In the form of
an Invitation to appear on any public lostrum, under any con conditions
ditions conditions to prove to the reading public that you are not malici maliciously
ously maliciously undermining the principles of democracy and trying to
destroy our Christian faith.
Yours for the preservations of the "Pour Freedoms."
', Benjamin P. Soley
TJL Raj. UJ. PtL ON.
gtVwfdflWE. ,W4 1
Ar you going to take
ysu'r buy tne ulllafl, raaNaf
Ml in ar swapping, trie
I ra Was ArJ,
rat raaSan of Ths Psssma Amsricw
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AM ER CAN
By VICTOR KII5IL
PITTSBURGH For some years
now, some of us have known of a
special message Moscow dis
paiched by courier to its labor
operatives in the U.S. Back in
1954, the Kremlin's labor section
ordered the American Communists
to fight a delaying action against
the merger of the AFL-CIO.
Moscow told its agentsNjaJhj
L i), mat tne Mate vepi. was se secretly
cretly secretly arranging ths merger so
there would be one big anu-tom
mumst labor force in tne L'.b.
which would set an example for
the rest of free labor throughout
On this mission, Moscow failed.
There was a merger, of course.
And the Communists were on the
outside. But that was in 1955.
Today there are so many for former
mer former pro-Soviet labor activists in inside
side inside the AFL-CIO that the gc em eminent
inent eminent is alarmed. The Justice
Dept. has kept its eye on the in influx
flux influx of Sovieteers into the big la labor
bor labor federation.
But the Dept of Justice can do
little about these men. The Fed Federals
erals Federals have not. and will not inter interfere
fere interfere with or observe from the in inside,
side, inside, the activities of legitimate
Fortunately this knowledge and
apprehension is shared by AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO President George, Meany. He
has clamped his attention on this
infiltration as tightly as he
clenches his cigar. Meany not only
has a list of all the Sovieteers who
have infiltrated each union, but he
knows their progress and activ activity.
ity. activity. And he consults regularly with
some of the leaders of the bin na national
tional national unions now being infiltrated.
Word here ti that Meany has
several AFL-CIO staff people con constantly
stantly constantly investigating the recent
move of former Communist ele elements
ments elements into the federation he leads.
At the moment there are several
probes in nearby industrial cities.
There is special concern over
the shifting of former leaders and
locals of the notorious United
Electrical Workers into AFL-CIO
unions. Oddlv enough some of this
shifting has brought pro-Commu
nist activists into the traditionally
clean and usually crusading Inter
national Assn. of Machinists.
Typical of this movement Into
legitimate labor circles is the shift
of a particularly pro-Communist
local of the United Electrical
Workers, lock stock and bulle
tin board, into the machinists un
ion. The UE local merely took
down its old sign at Superior Ave.
and East 12th St., In Cleveland,
and replaced It with the oilcloth
pronouncement "Lodge 2155, Inter-
MnalfonaVAssj,. of Machinists, AFL-
CIO. U. f
Even more "surprising is the hir hir-ine
ine hir-ine of one John Goiack as paid
business agent by the Machinists
In St. Joseph, Mich, rnis teuow
Goiack has long given ulcers to
anti-Communist labor men. His
contempt for the government it itself.
self. itself. He was fined $500 and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to nine months in federal
prison for refusing to testify about
his pro-Lommunist ncuvuios.
Others are scheduled to go on
the machinists' payroll. One is
Others are scheduled to go on
Dave Mates, who championed
Communist leaders convicted of
conspiring to teach the violent
overthrow of the government.
The others Include such cnar
acters as the chap who was an
official delegate to a ibuuwh
party convention ana men wuu
the Cleveland labor leaders have
just bitterly described as "long
This movement ts tart of the
new Communist-line policy of re re-winning
winning re-winning influence in the American
labor movement. It is part of the
policy of avoiding "head-on colli collisions'"
sions'" collisions'" with powerful anti-Communist
leaders. The technique sim simply
ply simply is to abandon unions known
as blatantly pro-Soviet and join
the anti-Communist ones.
lt runs parallel to what the
Communist party declared recent recently
ly recently in a manifesto. On Page 48 of
the "Draft ResolutiotvFor the Six Sixteenth
teenth Sixteenth National Convention of the
Communist Party UiS.A., adopted
Sept. 13, 1956, it says, in effect:
We. the Communists, foolishly
went into three head-on collisions
at three CIO conventions, We
were thrown out. We were wrong.
Now we must get back In through
mergers with other unions."
Those mergers are taking place.
If labor isn't careful, the com comrades
rades comrades will be sitting in strategic
spots once again.
BASEBALL TO PULPIT
PITTSBURGH (UP) The
Pittsburgh Pirates manager. Bob
by Bragan, is as much at home
in a pulpit as he is in a baseball
dueout. Bragan. an active Metho
dist layman in his home town of
Fort Worth, Tex., has spoken at
several Pittsburgh district
churches since coming here last
winter to take charge of the
Until 5:00 O'cluck
As this Is one of the few
times during the week
when we usually have
more salesmen than
IT IS THE BEST TIME
(tarry, but wl have as
Saturday afternaaa Sell very)
GEO F. NOVEY, INC.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Pres-
ident Eisenhower proposed a re-
contion program, to be paid for
out of savings from disarms-
ment, in an unnoticed passage of
his first TV speech in his cam-
paigr lor re-election.
White House sources point out
this was really the big issue in
the President's speech on peace,
though he treated it somewhat
casually. As a postscript to the,
speech, this world-aid idea is be
ing emphasized today as the key
to Eisenbtiw'f wodjl
panning. It is regarded a
centive to speed disarmament
The Idea is really not new. One
sentence in the TV campaign
speech was lifted word for word
from the talk which President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower made to the American
Society of Newspaper Editors
April 16, 1953 three and a half!
years ago. I
This is the sentence common to
"This government Is readv to
ask its peope t0 j0in vvit all na-
tions in devoting a substantial!
percentage of the savings
achieved by disarmament to aj
fund for world aid and recon-j
Several other sentences in the
)atn. gpeech were picked up with
only minor changes from the 1953
LONDON I have just seen a;
I "Smiley," a story of
a small bov in the Australian out
back, a boy who is captivated by
the idea of owning a bicycle, "de "delivered
livered "delivered to his door," for approxi approximately
mately approximately $10.
It is altogether an entrancing
picture, reminiscent of the best of
Jackie Coogan, Margaret
O'Brien, and the early Shirley
Temple, insofar as the acting
ability of a freckled moppet
named Colin Petersen is con
Straw-haired Petersen literally
fell into fame, because he was
picked off a Brisbane, Australia,
street by Producer Anthony Sim
mons, who actually had to run
T sniffled a hit and. lauahed
rjuite s lot more when I saw the
picture, ana tapugnt mat nnauy t to un pun, which wncrc
America would be getting chance Tony Kimmins made an unhap unhap-to
to unhap-to see something comparable, say.lpy mistake. If be had made the
to "The Yearling." "National Vcl-j commodity gold or pearls or atom
vet, and the Margaret u nrieg
pr, ,..,., ,,,, !.. i ii n , ,,, m
mtkmmm -tmmuumm BlvvuBah
BUBV' t 22afl LbbbW-
SHAME, SHAME Blackie, a talking mynah bird at Detroit's
Children's Zoo, has been sentenced to the back room of the
bird house for naughty language. Julius, left, another zoo citi citizen,
zen, citizen, listens to Blackie's opinion on the matter, undecided which
the bird needs more a brainwashing or a mouth wa shins:
By Peter Edson
speech, which went into more de-'
tail. This is the way they read
"The purpose of this great work
would be: To help other peoples
develop the undeveloped areas of
the world, to stimulate profitable
and fair world trade, to assist all
peoples to know the blessings of
"The monuments to this new
war would be these: Roads and
schools, hospitals and homes,
food and health.
"We are readv. bv these and sll
Mien actions, to make of the I
ed Nations an institution that can
effectively guard the peace and
security of all peoples.
"I know of nothing I can add
to make plainer the sincere pur-
doscs of the United States."
Critics of th Administration
will have plenty of precedent tor
opposing the President's world,-aid
In the first place, it is pegged
entirely on tne attainment of
world disarmament. Aims reduc-
tion now is considered almost un-
By both Republican and Demo
cratic opponents of all foreign aid
snendinc. the Eisenhower Deace
plan is being tagged a "GOP,
Banned In America
Bv BOB RUARK
early one whose name completely
leaves me. (Was it "Journey for
Margaret?" or the other one?)
And then I picked up the paper
the other day and saw that
"Smiley" was banned in America.
It was banned by the American
Motion Picture Association's pro production
duction production code which forbids all
scenes concerning illegal drug
traffic or drug addiction
The only connection "Smiley".
has with the drug business is that
he is used to deliver half-a-oound
of opium under his mistaken child childish
ish childish idea that it is candy, in order
to garner four pounds ( Australian)
for his dream o a bicy:ie.
The only violence in the film is
when the local bush-padre hits the
drug-pusher in the chin. None of
i the dope-smuggling stuff is essen
secrets, ne wouia nave neen nome
From the Democratic-interna
tionalist point of view, it is re-'
called that the lat. Sen. Brien
McMahon (D-Conn.) proposed in
1950 a five-year. 50-biluondollar
global Marshall Plan" in ex
change for ?tomic disarmament
What has happened now
amounts to an almost complete
reversal of Republican am, Dem-
ocratic leadership roles,
The foreign aid concept was
first advanced in the Marshall
Plan and President Truman's
the last Congress, when
foreign aid was cut by a billion
dollars many Democrats were as
outspoken as Republicans in their
demands that all foreign aid b
The fact that President Eisen-
this particular moment to read-
vocate foreign aid expansion is
There are both White House
am' congressional resurveys of
foreign aid policy,
sThe fact that President Eisen-
hower in his first campaign
speech for re-election has come
out for continuing and expanding
such aid is being taken as an in
dication that he has already made
up his mind what ought to be
like a shot. In any case, the vil villains
lains villains aet caught, strictly sidebar
because Smiley's bicycle was the
The picture is so reminiscent of
Tom Sawyer's troubles with Injun
Jo, of Huck Finn's problems with
the feuders and the bogus nobil nobility,
ity, nobility, that it is as much a pity to
deny it to American audiences as
to deny them Disney.
Yet we ban it, in face of such
reviews as the one in The Ob Observer,
server, Observer, possibly the most respect respected
ed respected literary Sunday sheet here:
"D ear. sunnv. untssumina
'Smiley!' In a vexed world, what
a deliaht it is to find such a hu
man. haooy picture! ... I believe
that joys lute 'Smiley' are needed
more than ever in these harsh
times, and do us all a power of
good . ."
And from the Express: "I can't
think of a single film I have seen
in the past fiv years which has
left me in my &l at the final
fadeout with slightly damp eye eyelashes,
lashes, eyelashes, a smile on my face, and
a heart full of contentment and
good will . ."
And we ban it, while every Rus Russian
sian Russian newsreel is showing the de
lights of living in Kentucky and
Tennessee. We ban it, giving a bit
more fuel to Red propaganda
against our censorship.
You might as well censor Little
Red Ridinghood because we had a
ban on wolves who fancied grand
mothers, or Snow White because
sh hunt out with dwarfs.
You may never see 'Smily,' un
less the code is relaxed in Amer America,
ica, America, because Twentieth Century
Fox, which distributes it, is a
member of the American Motion
Picture Association and sticks to
But you will be seeing quite a
lot of young Mast-r Colin Peter
sen, who is possibly the best white
hope ia the juvenile league since
Coogan played -with Chaplin when
l was a ooy. u I were remaking
Tom Sawyer or Huck Finn, I know
who I d hire, Australian accent
Unless, of course, by this time
we have a ban against Injun Joe
as parcel to the fine print which
bans "crimes against the law,"'
which seems a touch redundant,
t MIW PEARSON
Drew Prnn uvt' IV crrnk
too quick about Gov. Stration s
cleanup of Illinois scandals, some
more scandals need cleaning un.
Ulinnic cnhAAl.liinr-h emnAm nnt
cleaned up in It months.
WASHINGTON Some of the
Prciriint'a frirwa in lllinnis
were quite dubious about his trib
ute to iov. wunam u. siratton,
the Republican who has had more
scandals break under him in Illi
nois than any other governor in
years. What Ike said in Peoria
"I like a man who when snv.
thing goes wrong in government
..i ...... i . n ikL
ncaua up iasi. mai is uia wa;
Governor Stratton works.'
The fsrtft in Iltinnic npnrrlino
to those who have followed that
siaie s scanaais, are just tne p p-posite.
posite. p-posite. Here is the scanaKroll-
call and bow C.civernrrr Slrattnn
did not move fast to clean them
The Hodee Scandal Th fhaft nf
$1,500,000 bv GOP State Auriltnr
Orville Hodge was unearthed not
oy airattor out oy tne CMcago
Daily News, a Republican paper.
Stratton ahoiilrl aaailv h av Aa.
tected it, because his finance di
rector, Morton Holnngsworth, is
supposed to get an accounting of
state funds every three months.
This was done regularly when Ad-
iai acevenson rai the state, but
either it didn't harmn nr snmo.
one under Stratton closed his
State Treasurer Warren Wrioht
is also supposed to check on
vouchers every three months. He
also missed the fact that $1,500, $1,500,-000
000 $1,500,-000 had disappeared right under
the eyes of Stratton, Hollings Hollings-worth,
worth, Hollings-worth, and himself.
Bank Deposits Scandal State
Treasurer Wright has some oth other
er other interesting things developing
under his own eyes, which may
be why he wasn't alert regarding
Hodge. He decides where state
funds shall be deposited, and the
bankers who i want th !!
funds gave a $50-a-plate dinnerj
nuiui uicy mum a3t,uuu. inis
was given to Wright for a trailer,
a new Buick convertible to pull
it, a jeep to help in case the
strain on the Buick was too great,
and about $25,000 for"expenses."
ernor himself, meanwhile,, was
DUSV with some farming nnn.
tions of his own which might well
have deserved a quick cleanup.
He purchased a rundown farm
north of Springfield, then used
stale tractors and equipment to
improve it. The farm is now one
of the best in the area.
School-Lunch Scandal Three
top school officials have been
charged with defrauding the state
on a school-lunch contract. The
state superintendent of schools
awarded a fat contract to James
Dunbar, prominent Illinois Re Republican,
publican, Republican, to deliver food for Illi Illinois
nois Illinois school lunches. Dunbar is
nOW accuser! nf Avanhiraina mA
paying kickbacks to state offi officials.
cials. officials. He hu been asked by Illi Illinois
nois Illinois State Attorney Latham Cas
tie to return $114,136.
Governor Stratton did not,- how however,
ever, however, work fast to clean up. He
knew as CSrlv aa Anril 10.
year and a half ago, that there
was something smelly about the
school-lunch program, because
Congressman Fountain of North
Carolina held an investigation
which spelled it out. Onlv recent recently
ly recently has Stratton's attorney general
got around to doing anything.
lueaiiwnue, Attorney General
BrownelL who is Ike's own en
forcment officer has rlnn nnih
mg. Yet federal food is involved involved-and
and involved-and Brownell is required by his
oath of office to protect the hon honesty
esty honesty of the school-lunch program.
Toll-Road Bonanza Governor
Stratton his also been sitting on
some dvnamil rsarrtin un
- - ft "111
roads. He has not acted fast to
investigate or clear, up.
A SVndicate nf hia hanlrara han
dled a 1415.000 000 hnnrl Inita fer
tile state to finance toll roads,
on which their commission is a fat
$8,307,000. The chairman of the
Toll Roads Commission under
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5 She has
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12 The dill
16 Three times
M Large plants
38 Belonging to
31 Note in
31 Cereal grass
15 Pelt troubled
IS Net leased
SS Game of pure
47 Operatic solo
48 River (Sp.) I
52 Winglike psrt
1 Saw loosely
5 Hops' kilns
( Girl's name
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whom they operated is Judge
Evat Howell, who had a $17,509
job on the U.S. ("ourt of Claims
but resigned to taxe a $12,000 toll toll-roads
roads toll-roads job at the invitation of
governor stratton. Howell then
hired in out-of-state friend. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Knoerle of Baltimore, to
make a survey to see whether
toll roads w,re feasible. Knoerle
was so low in funds at the time
that the Continental Illinois Bank
had to finance each step of his
survey. He was to get $32,000 for
the preliminary survey and an another
other another $683,000 for the final survey
He couldn't collect the final $663 -000
unless he found the toll roads
He found them feasible.
Meanwhile Judge Howell organ organized
ized organized the National Turnpike Associ
ation wnicn read contractors z
investment oanKers were peri
ted to ioin for ii.nnn ah a
vestiiation of ths Tin nni I aa.
-w --.a- USUIVU WJIf
roads business is in th uas-v u,.
Governor Stratton isn't moving"
fast to do the investigatint
Insurance Scandal A Senate
Investigstor's report shortly to be
aired states that George F Ba
rett's liw firm in Chicago "re "reputedly
putedly "reputedly raised $250,000 for the
Stratton P 8 f Govrnor
After that, Robert Barrett,
brother of George Barrett, was
appointed Illinois Insurance Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner by Stratton. After that
also according to the report to
the Senate, the Barret law firm
began collecting "legal foes"
from out-of-state insurance firms
seeking to do business in Illinois
Nationwide Insurance, for exam exam-p'e'
p'e' exam-p'e' P,id th Barrett law firm
$6,000, whi'e Central National
Life Insurance paid $4,000.
After Commissioner Barrett
?.ed lm Jwl Str"on
named mother Barrett law asso associate,
ciate, associate, Justin McCarthy, to be In In-surance
surance In-surance Commissioner.
The confidential s-nat
adds: 'It became clear that to
get anything done in the Illinois
State Insurance Department H
il "ece5ary to engage the Br Br-rett
rett Br-rett law firm ... and pay a stiff
fee. Otherwise the application
would be delayed, and not acted
upon for an indefinite time
Campaign Fund Scandal Scandal-Mratton's
Mratton's Scandal-Mratton's Cook County campaicn
manager, Charles Fleck, collect collected
ed collected campaign contributions" for
Stratton last year though Strat-
inni955 BOt ruMW for "nyinaT
Later, Fleck was appointed to
a cushy state job handling estates
and wills i.i Illinois. He is permit permitted
ted permitted to collect around $100,000 in
Among the donations he re received
ceived received was a $4,600 check from
Edward A. Hinta, president of the
Southmoor Bank at which Orville
Hodge cashed his illegal clieeks.
In turn, Fleck saw that $1,000,000
of the funds he administers as
Cook County public administrator
was deposited in the Southmoor
The $4,600 contribution was later
returned after the Chicago Daily
News found out about it
That is the record of" the ke ke-publicin
publicin ke-publicin governor ind his ad administration
ministration administration praised by the Pres President
ident President for cleaning up fast.
In British Area
LONDON, Oct. 1 (UP) A
British diplomatic correspondent
said today the navy is investi investigating
gating investigating reports of Russian sub sub-marines
marines sub-marines operating in the Mediter
Wilfred Sendall wrote in The
Sunday Express that several
sightings of Soviet submarines
have been claimed during the
last few days.
"These tie in wit! previous
evidence that Russian submarine
bases have been built at Valona
"These tie in with previous.,
evidence that Russian submarine
bases have been built at Valona
and elsewhere on the Adriatic
coast of Communist Albania," the
Answer to Pravioua Puiilq
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20 City ia
84 Eagles' nests
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40 Cubic meter
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TTTSSirAT, OCTOBER t. 15
THE PANAMA AMEBIC AS AM INDEPENDENT D4DT VEWSPEEN
Adlai Owns Stock, Too
'52 Ike-Supporting Paper
Switches Mind On Support
BLOOMINGTON. 111.. Oct. 2
UP 'The Bloomineton Ponta
iph, in which Adlai E. Steven
versed the editorial stand it
four years ago and endorsed
The newspaper, which supported
Cizcu ine administration s lorcign
tniff hIa AAfiinrt nAmmiimrm an4
tne Pantacraph devoted its
urn fKiiinria spr inn in a v
n t'Yii ana iin n i r n m
or swilcnine lis support 10 me
ievenann who was reared and
ited here, is a stockholder in
?antaeraph along with bis
er and brother-in-law, Mr. and
rs r.rnesT ivps nowever. uiev
n nni nam a pnnt rolling inlprpst
Concerning foreign policy, tne
that the United States L losing its
ri dp in h ct' 1 1 n at ii iiniiri in
ism. from taking over the world.
'The maior foreign policy ac
complishment of the Eisenhower
nminiNirsLiuii in il unu wuiua
"True, the truce was forced in
large part by the errors of the
Truman administration, but it was
a maior defeat for this country.
Onr position of world leadership
has been on the decline ever
The editorial said Stevenson has
had extensive experience in deal-,
i ,l. si : i n
ing wun ine tyuinmuiuais ami ."
meet them "without the naivete
which President Eisenhower has
to frequently demonstrated."
Raises Health Issue
The newspaper also said "The
President's health is a mojor
Issue and cannot be otherwise.
"We- have tremendous respect
lor President Eisenhower and his
dedication to the service of his
country' the editorial said. "But
we think a younger and more
vigorous man should now be
called upon to shoulder the top
On the domestic fron, the edi editorial
torial editorial said the administration's
program "has been mainly a con
tinuation of the policies of the
previous administration with the
support of flange bloc of Demo Democrats
crats Democrats in CongresV'
The newspaper said it supported
Mr. Eisenhower in 1952 because
the Democrats had been in power
for 20 years and many depart
ments of government were su
fering from evils that always
creep in" when one party is
entrenched for a long period.
"Today Mr. Stevenson is a free
man. the paper said. He earned
his nomination through his own
efforts against the opposition of
USO-JWB To Offer
On Black Christ
As the annual pilgrimage to
portobelo, the home of the Black
Christ nears, the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center
akes pleasure in announcing
an illustrated lecture on the
popular Panamanian sight for
Monday, at 8 p.m.
Fred Busch, an expert tour tourist
ist tourist guide, will present slides and
comments that will aid those
who have never been to. Porto Portobelo
belo Portobelo but who plan to attend the
October attraction and that will
furnish moments of reminis reminiscence
cence reminiscence for those who have been
and who Intend, possibly, to
make another pilgrimage.
Killing 3 Crew
LONDON, Oct. 2 -(UP) -One
if Britain's newest delta- wing
bombers crashed in flames today
at London airport killing three
crewmen. The Chief of the Royal
Air Force Bomber Command and
one crewman escaped alive.
An Air Ministry spokesman at
the scene of the crash said Air
Marshal Sir Harrv Broah-rst.
the RAF ljomber Comtr.and Chief
and souadron leader Donald How
ard, the pilot, apparently used
their ejector seats when the plane
hi the ground
Broadhurst was reported i n
Howard apparently was unhurt
and ran from the scene of the crash
to the Airport terminal. His wife,
who had been waiting to welcome
him home from a training flight!
to Australia, had seen the crash i
and ran into his arms.
The wrp"k?e of he plant n'ne!
blazed with a magnesium -like
"lare for 15 muiutes afterwards. I
Police cordoned off the scene and)
ytjprt nnlnoker: "Thin?s are1
sun tricky: tne fuel tanks may
As he spoke the flames reached
the tanks and they blew up with
a dull boom that sent a riant
piece of twisted metal into the air.
(Wher bits of smouldering wreck
age formed a 106 yard trail that
resemoieo a wartime flarepath.
The plane was an RAF Avro Vul Vulcan
can Vulcan Jet "atom bomber," one of the
land it on a 4,000 mile flight from
aden despite rain and low- hang hang-in"
in" hang-in" clouds that caused thre So
viet jet passenger planes to divert
to an American air base
Getting Up Nights
If vou suffer from Getting U
Nights. Backache, Let; Pains, loss
of Vigour, Nervousness or weak weakness
ness weakness vou should help your Prostata
Gland immediately whh ROGENA.
This .wonder medicine aiakaa
jrou feel younger, stronger and
sleep without interruption. Gst
ROO EN A from your cr.enusi i
WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING
in the LOS ANGELES DEVELOPMENT
on thuwday, October 4th at 10:00 afm.
Registrations for second and
third grade Brownie Scouts of Dia-'
bio -Heights and Los Rios will be
held at the Diablo Little House
on Thursday at ? Sft n m All
Brownie Scouts and girls interest
ea in Decerning Brownies are in
vited to register.
RECEIVING A "LETTER OF ACCOMPLISHMENT" is Lt. Col.
Leslie C. Wood, left, USARCARIB Special Services Executive
Officer. Col. Wood received the letter for his outstanding ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment in ths finals of the sixth Interservice Photogra Photography
phy Photography Contest, in which his entry received honorable mention.
Prior to this year, CoL Wood enter the first Interservice con contest
test contest in 1991 and the fifth in 1955 and walked off with first
place honors both times. Presenting the letter to Col. Wood
Is Col. James L. Frlnk, Jr., Chief o Staff, USARCARXJ
(U.S. Army Photo)
Oct. 9 CENTRAL
Continues Until Saturday
SKCUL BARGAINS VERY Ml
B ffasw'i 0i at for fooriNMaV? Mat wkk h 1
B rannimd to KOOLS, the smooth,
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dential presidential inauguration. The reception
win oegin at I n.m.
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sions accredited to the inaueura
tion will give a reception in honor
of President and Mrs. Ernesto de
la Ouardia Jr. This reception will
be held in the Balboa Salon of the
Hotel El Panama and will begin
ai s p.m.
Mr And Mrs. C. L. Johnston
Return To Zona For Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. John
ston, former residents of Panama
ana me canal .one tor many
years and now of Hendersonville,
North Carolina, arrived by plane
from Miami recently for a six-
week visit on the Isthmus.
Johnston, who retired March 1,
was for many years general man
ager of Esso Standard Oil. S. A
i L- l r.
ui uie uanai one.
He is District Grand Master nf
the Canal Zone District Grand
Lodge. A. F. & A.M.. under th
jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of
inassacnuseits. uunng his stay
nere he will conduct the annual
visitation to the seven Masonic
lodges m the Canal Zone and will
hold the annual meeting of the
uistrict urand Lodge on Oct. 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are stay
Ing at the Tivoli Guest House.
James L. Lundy
From U. Of Minnesota
Mr. James Lundy. son of
and Mrs. W. E. Lundy of Balboa.
has been awarded a doctoral dis dissertation
sertation dissertation fellowship from the Uni University
versity University of Minnesota. This fellow fellowship
ship fellowship is awarded to graduate stu students
dents students of economics and business
administration, who has complet
ed au requirements tor a ooctoral
degree except the thesis. It ena
bles the recipient to devote a full
year to the completion of his doc
Lundy was born in the Canal
and attended school her
through the second year of Junior
louege. In addition to his scholas
tic honors he also distinguished
himself by his activities in school
politics, being president of sever several
al several classes and also of the Student
Assocation. He was also a varsi
ty athlete ia baseball, baskebaU,
tootDau and water polo.
After leaving the Canal Zone in
195. he took undergraduate work
in Industrial Engineering at North Northwestern
western Northwestern University and then re received
ceived received a Master's Degree in Ind,
Eng. at the University of Minneso Minnesota.
ta. Minnesota. He now holds the rank of Lec Lecturer
turer Lecturer in the Institute of Technolo Technology
gy Technology at the University of Minnesota,
where he is completing work on a
Ph.D. in Business Administration
While pursuing his graduate
work, Mr. Lundy has been active
as a business consultant, and hat
written a text book entitled. "The
Elements of Effective Manage-
a II im. l -1- 1 l ii- i
mem. ine dook is hi dp puDusn
ed by Macmillan in February.
Mr. Lundy received a Canal
Zone League scholarship for the
Z C. Junior College, and was a
Murphy scholar at Northwestern
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Panama-BalbM Council No. 1371
Will Meet Tonight
A reeular meeting ol tne ran
ma-Balboa Council No. 1371
Knights of Columbus will be new
tonight at 7:30.
College Club's Literature Group
The Literature liroup ot tne ui
ribbean College Club will meet at
7:30 at the home of Mrs. jonn m
Klasovsky, 249-B, Limon Circle in
Gatun. Miss Elizabeth Marsh will
be co-chairman with Mrs. Klasov
Rainbow City Council
A special meeting of
Council will be held at
bow City High School
night at 7:30.
On the agenda for the meeting
will be the names of delegates who
will run for office for the coming
Leave NY Hospital
Al End Of Surgery
NEW YORK. Oct. 2 (UP)
Thirteen "Hiroshima maidens.'
scarred and maimed by the
atomic bomb dropped on the
Japanese city near the end of
World- War H. were discharged
yesterday from Mount Sinai Hos-jing
pital after completion of surgical;
Only one of the original erouo
of 25 young women brought to No, no, Myrtle, the movie trad trad-this
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further surgery, she will attend a
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Those discharged vesterdav nlan
to return to Japan within the next)
few weeks, One died here. The
others were discharged earlier
this vear and have returned to
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by Erskine Johnson
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be-
nina tne screen: movie urcaiers:iean manin,
honoring trading stamps the film
industry will test the idea in u
California theaters is the latest
bright idea in the Hollywood-vs.-television
But at the moment, at least, it's
all very unimaginative.
A filled booklet of 400 stamps,
according to the plan, will have
a 50-cent cash value at theater
box offices towan admissions,
nnAv nr nnncnrn Loral mer
chants will eive awav the stamos.
Come on. men, let's put a little;
excitement into this thing. The'
movie "green" stamps, after j
their use at the box office, should
be good for trips to Holly wood.
studio tours, new autos and may
be even a weekend at Lana
One kiss from Marilyn Monro
(1600 stamps) might even get
out of hit favorite rocK-
chair and into a theater.
But jt least, like rv, its one
way of letting commercial firms
'sponsor" movies in theaters.
Th Miss Universe contest and
have called it a day. The studio
syas it got lots of publicity but
no stars. . Zsa Zsa Gabor's
latest boy pal, Harry Karl (ex (ex-hubbv
hubbv (ex-hubbv of Marie MacDonald) host-'
ed 30 tables of friends at Zsa
&sa s L.as vegas nigni ciud open-;
ins It's nirp tn have a bov friend,
who brings an audience instead I
Th follows who worry about
th budget nixed a plan to film
several "Life el Rily" taUfUmt
tn Hawaii. Bill Bendix will have
to lead th life of Riley in less
Goerge Gobel's new
ducer. Al Lewis, is nredicting
big changes in the Gobet show
this year. Says Al: "George will
be doing things he hasn't done
before and there will be more
music even though there won't be
a regular singer."
Mascus Goodrich, ex husband
of Olivia de Havllland is said to
be writing a book titled "I Mar Married
ried Married an Actress." The reason, no
doubt, for the worried look on
Olivia's face these days. Marcus
and Olivia didn't part the best of
Groucho Marx is adding $10,000
a wheol-of-fortune gimmick
to his TV quu show. One way to
compete with all the big money
shows. . It's 25 years in show
business for Jerry Lewis, who
made his night club debut at the
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Paul Douglas Ruth Roman
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age of five. With his parents, not
Jayne Mansfield returned to
Hollywood and immediately asked
20th Century-Fox to find a movie
role for muscle-man boy friend
Mickev Hargitay. . Tony Curtis
is ready to make his telefilm dc-
dui in a Oh Theater show.
"Father Knows Bast.
or nis old movies on TV
Ws voir. Says Bob: "I made
bout U movies and they'll all be
on. You'll have fa torn the set off
to escape mo I'll be on every
Sign of-the-times note- "Mnt
Rod Girl, which out-grossed
Marilyn Monroe's "Bus Stop" in
conservative Bostop. will have a
sequel titled, "Girls on Motor Motor-cyles."
cyles." Motor-cyles." And "Rhythm and Blues'
is the latest entry in the rock
Columbia studio seems to be
asking for it in rplpncino fha ro
make of "It Happened One Nieht"
under the title of "You Can't Bun
Away from It:"
soma critic, somewhere, it
bound to dislike "You -Can't Run
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turn in three words, "But I did.
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Adm. Doenib Spurns
Efforts To Gel Him
To Head New Parly
BERLIN, Oct 2 (UP) Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Karl Doenitz, Hitler's suc successor
cessor successor as Nazi Fuerhrer, today
spurned efforts to get him to lead
a new German Nationalist move movement.
ment. movement. Doenitz, released from four -power
Spandau Prison early today
told newsmen "I will remain sil silent",
ent", silent", when asked bis views on
The Western allies feared that
unreconstructed Nazis might rally
round Doenitz as hitler heir in a
new nationalist movement. Some
Na'zis in West Germany consider
the Admiral the legal successor to
Doenitz gave no encourage-
ment to such a movement today
He carefullu refrained from at attacking
tacking attacking western policy, the N u e e-remberg
remberg e-remberg verdicts or uttering any
He told newsmen at a confer conference
ence conference called in a suburban villa in
reference to political questions "I
am silent and I will remain silent
Labor Party Had
BLACKPOOL, England, Oct. 2
(UP) The opposition Labor
Party blasted today what they
call a "lamentably mishandled"
At the opening of Its annual
convention in this Lancashire
resort city, the party passed by
a voice vote an emerfenty res resolution
olution resolution drafted by the national
executive crlticizine the govern government's
ment's government's handling of the dispute
over the nationalization of the
Party Leader Hugh Oaiitskell
said, "If we can let the temper
ature drop in the United Nations
mere is not much doubt that
Colonel (Egyptian president Ga Ga-mal
mal Ga-mal Abdell Nasser will agree, to
a negotiated settlement."
Can we !jot out of, Bits create
eaTletUeftient beWlen, Israel
d the Arab Staite," Qaitskell
Earlier, Hugh Jenkins. Secre
tary of British Actors Equity,
complimented the parliamenta parliamentary
ry parliamentary Labor Party on Its insistence
during last month's emergency
session of parliament that the
Suez dispute be referred to the
U.N. Security Council
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Which card should West lead in
today's hand? The fate of th
contract hangs in the balance.
When Ralph Cash, of Phoenix,
Ariz., held the West cards in the
recent Los Angeles tournament.
jhe shrewdly, led the queen of
spades. South could win a trick
with the king of spades but could
not make game without the
hearts. As soon as South led
hearts. West took the ace of
hearts and the rest of the spades
to defeat the contract.
If West had opened a lower
spade, dummy would have won
the first trick with the jacks
South could go after the heart!
with the king of spades still in hit
hand as a stopper. He would be
sure to win at least 10 tricks.
How does West know whether
to lead a high or low spade it
this situation? West's lead doesn't
matter if South has both the king
and jack of spades. South will win
the trick as cheaply as possible.
and will still have a second stop
per uniess past can gam the -iea(
(if West were.aure thttt 1
ner could not gain the lead,
wouia open tne ace of spades at:
would know how to continue tl
suit after seeing dummy),
West knows from the bi
that South has the king of spadei
rns opening lead will make a
ference if dummy has the ia
West wants to lead a low ipad
ii aummy nas tnree spades he
ea by the lack: but West wanti
to lead the queen of spades I.
dummy has three spades headed
Dy tne jack; but West wants to
lead the queen of spades if
a u m m y nas tne singleton or
aouoieton jack of spades.
ihe abjuty to make the righ
cnuice in mis situation depends
Knowledge ot the enemy's
amg namts. To use that knowl-
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therefore ready to make the right
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RHONDA FLEMING is
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IDiablo hts. .is
'HELL BELOW ZERO"
jWed. The Winsbrw Bey"
"View from Pomney'a Hear
Wed. "Rains of Ranchipur"
"PHENIX CITY STORT'
Thurs. "Man From Cairo"
"MAN FROM CAIRO"
Wed. "Pheni aty Story"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 f :M
"WORLD OF NEWS"
Wednesday St Thursday!
"A KISS BEFORE Dl
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 l.-tf
"Down Three Dark- Str-ets"
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1
Sociat and Olli
Former Navy PIO
Promoted To Qapt.
Mink In Summer 5alk For YoitfhS
Urged By Doctor
HARTFORD. Com. (UP -j
The temperature was 88 degrees
but stenographer Dorothy L. Mor-i
tenson wore her fur coat just the,
same. It was a $4,000 mmk that
GREAT Lakes. HI. Commander
Edward R. Halloran. former pab-
. uit i MIC information Olfirer far thp nn?
JWMiWMt iLlIJXlrKSiwii. !15th iNavaJ Dktfict fr0,n JuJy 18-1 contest before, and naturally nev
tt'.' r rr .; nUTM. III. aince leaving Panama.
nel,l in law, ne is responsible for eva
luating, eaiung. preparing and
WASHINGTON, Oct. I (UP)
the fiffht against
Miss Mortensor, won as a prize in io strongly urged Salk
a nnele contest I never won a ?".. . ,Hiiit. mouse
OilVvO tui j w""
nav- morning for Bogota. Utfom-!Oct. 10, aue io use ussauer
Sr fmmrW she will conti-, trol-Exercise which will be
sue fear tour of South America
and the Caribbean.
Oartse Waittt T. Have
ItHnm Dancint Claw
egiafimg Wednesday night at
7:15 and each Wednesday night
for the next eight weeks, Dorese
Waitai will conduct a begin neri
class in ballroom dancing for Jun Junior
ior Junior High School bovs and girls in
her atudio m me ivnignis os vutu vutu-bus
bus vutu-bus Hall. She will teach Fox trot,
Waltz and Jitterbug in this course
sad has many interesting plans
for the class as it progresses.
distributing news releases, photo
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and fillers to more than 10,000
newspapers, radio stations and
television stations throughout the
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Ml if crwky Mini
Pan American Festival
Cherus Meets Thursday
The Pan-American Festival
Chorus will meet for a
. TWRdav Oct 4 at 7 30 at the ""urn servea witn the
Balboa. All Service Personnel, a-rZ'??
duh members of their famUies, .." "'".." i ue vy aur aur-residents
residents aur-residents of the Canal and of the' J?0 War tW8 KM,n
Republic of Panima interested inrnmcl-
choral singing are cordially invit-
o ,ttend- Japanese Celebrate
lokhoi Ballet Lands Unexpectedly jr
At U S. Air Force Base In England
TOKYO. tVt. 2 rp) ten
battalions of American-equipped'
wBBes 'roops marched through:
Meijl Park today on the second
annsversiry oi Japan's new
HANSTON VS. AIR FORCE The arrival of the Russians armed forces. Prime Minister
BASE England Oct i iUf) .threw the air base into an up- icniro Hatoyanja, U.S. .Pacific
WMkhoi Ballet from Moscow! roar, and was a surprise climax Commander Adm. Felix B. Stump'
LTw unexpectedly at this U.S. to a tour by the ballet group and U.S. Far East Commander
ttrb.ee today aboard three So- which has been up in the air Gen. Ionian L. Leranitzer re-
viet jet airliners. Tne Air eorce irem uic sn. me paraae oi 3,700 men
Mad to use a sergeant who learned i weanng American-style uniforms
his Russian in a slave labor camp The Russians first called off the
to serve as interpreter. i scheduled appearance of the bal- AIR HAZARD
The three TUN4 jetliners, which let this Wednesday in London's SACRAMENTO. Calif. (UP)
look ierally like Russia's twin- Cnvent Garden because of Soviet Light plane pilots landing at the
tat Badger bomber, sireanea in uiympic uu imumL-ipei airport reported thev
larited American jet fighter charges of shoplifting five hatsilice mvestigated and found three
, ... t ..jnn Ainurr trntn a snon n vs iom s in A to
ICS wnen me jjuuuuu r -a uu m years
iured them because of bad I "ring s t o n e s at low-flying air-
L.asi wen inuaww buuucui; wiiu siwgsnOiS ione Of he
tk. Russian iets carrving uie reiemeo, aiier a iswie oi nms uuan was nit.
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MAmhtrt nt in Tanicu iucv buuui k'u' .v Tiui o ... u. .......
warn wavea an ay uum i
on juat before a British delta- 1
Wed jet bomber crasneo jn D, i.
Sies, Kuuag lour oi mo jem utmnwi a use lwuhj
The turn tsoviet piatea -mT
rt?"1. I 111 WllllllPI S
. i ti -Li rlner Kate 1
jt-eii ana iisnici waaii
I 11. CI .'
to act as mterpreier ior uw
Glinsky learned Russian as a
chilli when his family, originally
from Poland, was interned m a
Siberian labor camp. Freed in
5c, GUnsky eventuaUy made his
way to the United States and went
ta Britain with the Air Force
u. Mini to the task of
escorting the Russians, laciudini
premier ballerina Galinda Ulan Ulan-bva,
bva, Ulan-bva, through a hastily-estaWUhed
British customs check. But ha
aajd h made no small talk and
limply asked questions he was
told to aak.
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i They' also said injeetions
! would be "good insurance" for,
j older men and women since po-
i 1ix la pacnatOr rf n rra ftpnn
i xiu io 11J i tojjvsw w-i ui age i
rthough it strikes hardest among
: Officials of the Public Health
Service and National Fouoda Fouoda-:
: Fouoda-: ion for Inf antll Parajyah) sad
the statements in an attempt to
dispel a "widespread miscon
ception" that adults are some somehow
how somehow immune to polio and don't
need Salk shots.
Trie question of injections for
adults has come to the fore with
the recent upsurge in vaccine
production. In 24 states and
probably in others which have
not reported to Washington-
priorities already; have been
eased to permit adult Inocula
Dr. David E. Price, assistant
U.S. Surgeon General, told the
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ever wherever the .vaccine is available."
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aa-AITT.. Korea Oct. 2 (UP)
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Canadian Club Tournament Reaches Midway Point
More Golfers Drop Out Along
Way; Stirewah Net Leader
The Canadian Club 72-hole medal play tourna tournament
ment tournament at the Brazos Brook Country Club reached the
midway point with several more golfers dropping
out along the pay.
The first round leader, Seotty
Mathieson, has been unable to
play his second round as yet,
which leaves Ed Eder the gross
leader at 155 strokes after 36
Due to the uncertainty of the
weather, the deadline for each
round has been removed.
The only requirements now is
that the 72 holes be completed
not later than Sunday, Oct. 14.
Net scores for those players
Lollar Enjoys Best
Season In Majors
"CHICAGO. Oct. 2-UP-Chlcago
White Sox catcher Sher Sherman
man Sherman Lollar, once tagged "less
colorful than a man who's just
seeh a ghost," has just broken
six personal records in his most
successful season in the majors.
"I didn't do anything any
different than 1 ever did," says
Lollar, who usually tries to
change the subject when he's
discussed: "I can't realty ?ure
why things clicked so well. But
don't get me wrong. I'm sure
Lollar surpassed his previous
marks in total hits, baitting av average,
erage, average, runs batted in, doubles,
total bases and times at bat. The
six-foot, 190-pounder also stole
two bases, tying an earlier mark.
"Maybe .ifi wfts the weather,"
Lollar said, fit was a lot cooler
than usual this year and hot
day always did sort of bother
me. But then again I can't real really
ly really say weather .Is that Impor Important.''
tant.'' Important.'' Chicago Is Base
For Babe Didrlkson
CHICAGO, Oct. 2 (UP)--Chl-raao
was picked today as na na-Monal
Monal na-Monal headquarters for the
abe Didrlkson Zaharlas Tro-
nhv committee. Announcement
of the site was made In Chicago
fcy Bob RusseU, national com committee
mittee committee chairman, and in Beau Beaumont,
mont, Beaumont, Tex., by George Zaharias,
husband of the late woman ath athlete.
lete. athlete. The troDhv. established by the
Babe during the final stages of
her losing battle against can cancer,
cer, cancer, will be presented annually
to the outstanding amateur ath
lete of tne year.
The award will be similar to
the James E. Sullivan Memorial
Trophy which has been given to
the outstanding amateur athlete
of the year. Women are eligible
to receive the Sullivan trophy,
but only on has done so since
It was established in 1930.
Ann Curtis, holder of many
swimming records, won it in
The Zaharlas trophy will bear
likeness of the Babe in her
Olympic track and field uni-,
form, although it was golf which
carried her to the peak of her
'"Babe always felt that it was
rack and field which gave her
her start in Sports," Zaharias
said. "She wanted to get more
girls into track and field and
stimulate competition in all
Sports editors and writers will
be invited to participate in a
poll to determine the trophy
winner for 1958 and every year
thereafter, Russell said.
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Lineups For First
World Series Game
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 lUPi Prob Probable
able Probable starting linaupi far the epenine;
fame af the World Sariai an Wednes Wednesday:
day: Wednesday: NEW YORK
Hank Bauer, rf
Enos Slaughter. If
Mickey Mantle, cf
Yeai (ana, c
Bill Skowron. lb
Gil McDouqald, tt
illy Martin, 2b
Andy Caeay, lb
Whifay Ford, p
Junior Gilliam, If
Pee Waa Raaia, m
Jackie Robinson. 3b
Carl f urillo. rf
Charlay Naal, 2b
Duke Snidar. cf
i Millie, p
UMPIRE, lah. Pl.rlli (Ml!
Plata; Hank Saar (All lb; putty Bo Boson
son Boson NL) 2b; Larry Napp (At) lb;
Tarn Gorman (NL) and IJ Rung
Clear And Cool
For Series Opener
NEW YORK, Oct, 8-(TJP)-Showers
are expected in New
York City today, but the
weather man has predicted
clear, cool weather for the
opening game of the World Se
"Showers likely Tuesday
night, clearing and taming
cooler Wednesday," was the
official weather bureau fore forecast.
cast. forecast. IT'S SHOUT WORK
HANOVER, H.H. (NEA)-Right
Guard Johnny Donnelly, five feet
nve ana m pounds, is the short
est man on the Dartmouth foot
ROBINSON, 111. (UP) A
short-circuited refrigerator motor
set fire to a drug store here. The
blaze extinguished itself when
heat melted the gasket in an old
water raucet. Tne fire, which oc
curred at night, was not dis
covered until the following morn
To Pitch, But
Likes To Carry
PITTSBURGH (NEA) Art
Rooney has been talking with
Laurin Pepper about the possi possibility
bility possibility of the Pirates' bonus pitch pitcher
er pitcher joining the Steelers.
OWner Rooney of the profes professional
sional professional football club, of course,
has the oermission of Joe Brown,
although the general manager of
the Pirates feels that Pepper has
a brilliant future in baseball The
Steelers drafted Pepper number
six in 1954 from Mississippi
Southern, where he was a crack
halfbaek. but the strong boy
signed with the Buccaneers for
Pepper admits he likes baseball
better than, football b e c a u se
there's a better future and a pen
"I really don't know what to
do," he confesses. "Mr. Rooney
told me to forget football if
thought I could make it in the
majors. But that if I felt I'd be
a minor league pitcher, then give
football a trial.
"I sure like to carry that ball."
Yankees To 3-2
NEW YORK, Oct. 2-UP)
Odds-makers boosted the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees very slightly today, mak-
nJ IV.i" 'T8
the Dodgers n the World Se-
ries but reported very light ac
tion "Nothing like there
would have been If Milwaukee
won the pennant."
The Yankees had been 7-5
favorites yesterday, in "man
to man" odds, professionally,
odds-makers are giving 7-5 on
the Yankees and taking 8-5.
The Yankees remain 6-5 fa favorites
vorites favorites to win Wednesday's
opening game, no matter, who
the pitchers are.
Odds of 10-1 are quoted on
the Yankees' winning the Se Series
ries Series in four straight games
and 15-1 on the Dodgers' win winning
ning winning in four straight.
Today Is last ay
Of World Serfes
Today Is the last day of the
World Series contest of the Gil Gillette
lette Gillette cavalcade of Sports beine
held at the Felix B. Maduro
Contestants have a chance to
win one of 51 prises that include
a baseball autographed by all
the players of a World Series
team, a 22-carat gold Paper
Mate Capri pen, a Gillette Dip
lomat razor set, a vest pocket
oaseoau encyclopedia and an
eight by ten Inch photograph
oi a worm series player.
Facts And Figures
For World Series
NEW YORK, Oct. t-(UP)
Facts and figures on the 1956
Teams New York Yankees,
American League champions vs.
Brooklyn Dodgers, Natl onal
Winner First team to win
Seres schedule 1st and 2nd
games, Wed., and Thnrs., at Eb Ebbets
bets Ebbets Field, Brooklyn; 3rd. 4th.
and 5th (if necessary) Fri., Sat.,
ana sun., at Yankee Stadium:
6th and 7th (if necessary) Mon.,
and Tues., at Ebbets Field.
F.Vst game favorite Yan
First game probable pitchers-
Yankees: Wiiltey Ford (19-6);
imagers: sai Magiie (13-5).
Previous World Series meet
ings Yankees won five Se
ries (1941, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953;
imagers won one (1S55).
Rival managers Yankees
Casey Stengel; Dodgers: Walter
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Magiie, Ford To Open Series
On Mound At Ebbets Field
By LEO H PETERSEN
NEW YORK, Oct. 2-(UP)
Sal Magiie, the key game ace of
ttr,mnh .nd i
triumph, and Whitey Ford, the
Yankees' clutch southpaw, were
expected to draw the pitching
assignments today for Wednes
day's World Series opener at Eb
Both managers, Walt Alston
of the Dodgers and Casey
Stengel of New York, indicated
they would name the 'r start starting
ing starting lineups after their clubs
work out this morning.
The Dodgers, who had a
much-needed off day Monday,
were to report at Eooets- rieia
at 10 a.m., with Alston hoping
thalt Magiie, despite a "tight "tightened"
ened" "tightened" arm, would pronounce
himself ready. The Yankees
were scheduled to drill again an
hour later at Yankee stadium,
where the third, fourth and
fifth games of the series are to
Magiie, who won 13 games for
the Dodgers after they obtained
him from Cleveland last May
for slightly over the waiver price
of $10,000, said he would be
ready, if needed.'
I can do it all right, mv arm
ieeis line," Magiie insisted.
But Alston felt that the 39-year-old
right hander needed
four days rest between starts.
If he goes Wednesday, he will
have had only three since he
hurled the Dodgers to a 6-1
triumph over the P'rates on
Alston reiterated that he
wanted "to go with a guy who
win xeep tne ban low."
If he decides to rest Magiie
andther day, he said he would
start either clem Labine, Roger
Craig, or Carl Ersklne, all right
handers. He seemed tn lean to
ward Labine, who beat Pitts
burgh, S-l. on Saturday, mean
ing that his 27-game winner, big
uon newcomDe, would not get a
shdt at the American League
champions, until the Friday
game at Yankee stadium.
Unless he has a last minute
change of heart, there seemed
little doubt that Stengel would
go with Ford, a 19-game win winner.
ner. winner. "I guess it's pretty obvious I
consider him my best and that
he would be my opening game
pitcher," Stengel said with a
wink. He refused to go beyond
Ford, but indications were that
Don La r sen, who won only 11
games but hurled brilliantly to toward
ward toward the close of the season,
would start in the second game.
Ford and Larsen watched the
Dodgers score their 8-6 Sunday
victory over the pirates which
gave them the pennant.
Asked whether he wasn't tak taking
ing taking "quite a chance" by pitch pitching
ing pitching Ford in Brooklyn, Stengel
'Well, I can't afford to rest
my best pitcher two days until
we get home if he's going to
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Bes'des, that little feller can
Although starting a left hand
er against ithe right handed
hitting power of Brooklyn in Eb Ebbets
bets Ebbets Field always is a gamble,
Stengel figured that there was
no reason that Ford can't do
what Johnny Antonelll of the
Giants and Joe Nuxhall of the
Redlegs did: They both beat the
Dodgers in their home park, the
only starting left handers to do
so this season.
Even if Ford starts, however.
the odds-makers made the Yan
kees 6-5 favorites to win the
opening game. At the same
time, on the theory that the
Dodgers still would be weary
from their last-ditch pennant
struggle, they increased the odds
on the Yankees taking the Se
ries irom 7-s to ift-o.
Both teams figured to be at
full strength, with Mickey
Mantle, the slugging aee of
the Yankees, reporting that
his groin Injury -is aU right
Tm ready to go," he said aft
er the Yankees worked out yes
Alston was considering bench
ing Sandy Amoros if Ford starts
Wednesday's game for the Yan
kees. junior Gilliam, a switch
hitter then would take over in
left field, with right handed
hitting Charley Neal in Gilliam's
second base post.
To Win 7th
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Balboa High Scohol Bull-
scored 14 points, seven
each against Cristobal and Jun Junior
ior Junior College, at Mt. Hope Friday
night and became the first team
to ever cop the Jamboree two
years in succession.
It was also the Bulldog's third
victory in this cplorful pre-sea-son
event, having won in a close
tussle with their hosts, Cristobal
High in 1952. By winning the
Hunnicutt trophy for the third
time Balboa now retains perma permanent
nent permanent possession of this award.
Balboa's tremendous reservoir
of reserve power was very much
In evidence as they were forced
to play without the services of
their newly acquired quarterback
star, Richie More.
More was Injured in practice
during the week, but his posi position
tion position was handled masterfully bv
Larry Eastman, whose hand-
offs, pitch-outs and rung were
near perrect. Balboa's two ace
halfbacks, Owen Sutherland
and Dab Winklosky more than
lived up to their p re-season ex expectations
pectations expectations and their 200-pound
average line was an almost Im Impenetrable
penetrable Impenetrable barrier.
The Jamboree opened with
Athletic Club and junior college
fielded for action. Both teams
bottled to a stalemate until Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Manning came into the
game late in the quarter. But It
was Just too little and too late,
for by the time Manning could
gefc the A.C. machinery into
high gear and had run the ball
down to Junior Colles-e's 10-vard
line, the gun sounded to end the
quarter m a scoreless deadlock
The Bulldogs started their
drive to victory aainst CHS in
the second quarter. The Tigers
tost me toss ana booted to Bal
boa, Larry seigel carrying to
midfield. A pair of penalties
pusnea tsairjoa back to Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's 35 after Winklosky had
toted the ball all the way into
Tiger territory, up to the 35.
John Forrest recovered a Bal-
ooa iumDie, out tne break was
short-lived and Cristobal punted
to Baiooas 46. Eastman, on a
Chuck Holloway, left, and
ud in the air to cut loose a
"I hate to bench Sandy be because
cause because he's been hitting so well,
but I'll want to get all the
right handed power I can in
there against Ford," Alston
Amoros, who was one of the
heroes of the Dodgers' Series
triumph over the Yankees last
year, hit two homers in Sun
day's final game, but be doesn't
do too well against southpaws
and his fielding is on the weak
Stengel, who was reported
leaning towards the veteran
southpaw, Tommy Byrne, for
the third game at Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Friday, revealed that he
had not considered working out
at Ebbets Field.
These fellers all know the
park and it's too inconvenient,"
Stengel explained. "Besides, we
worked out there last year and
didn't win a game. Two years
ago we dldn practice there
and won a couple.'
The Dodgers won all three
games played in their small
park last year after the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees had won the first twe
games at the Stadium and
then went on to win the Se Series
ries Series in the seventh and decid deciding
ing deciding game In the New York
Alston also said he wasn't in interested
terested interested In having his club get
the feel of the stadium grounds.
"They know it already," he
Sutherland, sent the Bulldogs
on th offensive into Cristobal
territory to the 42. .'ifS
Eastman handed off to Char
lie much, who was not stopped
until he had reached the S3 vard
line. Winklosky took an East
man hand-off to Cristobal's five.
and Sutherland advanced three
more yards to the two.
On a hand-off to Bruce Bate
man, Balboa High School scored
the first touchdown of the game
and went ahead 6-0-0-0. East Eastman
man Eastman again handed off to Bate-
man and the Balboa iunrer-
naut went Into pay-dirt for
the extra point to give Balboa a
seven-point edge. Cristobal had
tim for only two plays before
uuk quarter enaed.
The Bulldogs added another
seven points to their total in
the third stanza of nlav aaralnat
Canal'Zone Junior College. Bal-
ooa was again on the receiving
end of the kick-off and their
drive that combined hand-offs
to WlnklOSkv Rutharl anil
French and Bateman carried
tnem ail the J.C. one vard line.
An "illegal use of the hands"
penalty pushed the Bulldogs
dck w tne id yard line and four
downs ran-out before they could
return to pay dirt
Junior Collet minted hut. ant.
ue wua oiuy w meir only 15
wnere aiDoa anain took over.
The Bulldogs again came with
in less tnem a yard of scoring,
but a fumble, recovered by Jim
Morris again gave Junior Col College
lege College the ball, this tlm on their
J. C. attempting to nunt rmt
of danger, got away another bad
From that point Eastman did
his own carrying and, on the
tnira piay, carried over for Bal
boa's second score nf that Mm
oruce uaieman carried over
right tackle for the extra point
mm oaiuutt s total rose to 14.
m tne rourth ouarter of the
evening Cristobal started a drive
tnat tnreatened Balboa's leader
ship. Playlne arainst Junior not
lege the Tigers chalked ud their
oniy tu oi me nignt. Ray croft
took tne j.c. kick-off and racea
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Bulldogs Emerge Clear-Cut
Favorites From Jai
By virtue of their ronvinrinc vic
tory in the recent football Jambo
ree at sit. Hope Stadium the Bal-
ooa euiKiogs nave emerged as
clear cut favorites for th inter.
scholastic League title. This isnt
new role for the Rnllrtaff tnp
they have been cast in this position
imosi every year since the incep inception
tion inception of tackle football in IBaft
that the other teams are oqt gun gunning
ning gunning for your hide, and this is a
solid problem the young and inex inexperienced
perienced inexperienced Bulldog player must
come w grips with and solve if
uiey are to oe successful in the
defense of their Interscholaatie
Their first nhstaol s1fhu.k
me game won't figure in the
standings, is to meet and defeat
- . uwuwui
me Ainieuc uub Hams this Thurs
aay nignt at Balboa Stadium. The
nams were me only team in the
Jamboree that was able to play
me Buiwogs on e,ven terms. The
completely contained the Red and
White offense which had moved al
most at will against Cristobal and
junior ouege. m addition to this
mr tne tew tinef plays that they
" ui oi ine aeep punt formation
with a slight spread, the, had the
Balboa defenses confused, baffled
uu generally mertecuve.
lms win oe the first full scale
game ot tne local season and phy
sicai conaition will Have a lot to
do with the final, outcome. The
Football CauseOf 8 Deaths
Already In Young Grid Season
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Oc. J-(UP)-Death
in the prise rlna or at a
speedway always is a shock but
strikes home with even great greater
er greater force when a youngster is
killed while playing football for
It has happened at least eight
times already this year and
the actual total may be even
Since the new season barely it
underway, the figure is alarm alarming
ing alarming compared to the 35 of the
year before or the 49 in 1931
when football leaders decided
drastic action was required, but
even one is too many If football
was the direct cause.
"I know nothing of this year's
eases beyond a few small
items in the newspapers," said
veteran Coach Lou Little of
Columbia. "But I do knew the
schools, colleges, ralesmakers
and equipment makers have
been co-operating for 25 yeara
to make football a safe game
"There ar modifications In
playing rules and equipment
rules almost every year with
safety uppermost in mind."
CoUege's 47 before he was halt halted..
ed.. halted.. Croft carried around the ris-ht
siae ior nve more yards ana Da
Yfd Hawthorne need around
left end to the J.C. 24 and a
Cristobal first down. Robert
Lowe added six more yards to
the Tigers drive and Ray Croft
handed off to halfback Billy
Rankin who was knocked out of
bound on the J.C. one
Hawthorne handed off to
Rankin who scampered around
left end for the touchdown. Ray
Croft topped off th Tiger TD
by racing around right end for
the extra point and the Tigers
came within seven points of the
uiHu-i wining jsuuciogs.
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Rams are probably in better con condition
dition condition than most people thinfr ag
evidenced by their spirited play a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Cristobal club in the
final quarter of the Jamboree. On
the other hand it is doubtful if
they will be able to match the con con-dition
dition con-dition of any of the school teams.
So far as is known both clubs
survived the Jamboree without
any major injuries. The Bulldogs,
however, when into the m. ftk
iwu ciippies. uwen sutnerlandji
tabbied by more than one of thar
locai coacnes as the best prospec prospective
tive prospective back on the Isthmus this
year, has a gimpy knee. He was
severely handicapped Friday
night at Mt. Hope, and how wefl
his knee with come around it four
days is very problematical.
The other lad, Ritchie More,
didn t even suit up for the Jambo Jamboree,
ree, Jamboree, Up until then he was consi considered
dered considered the number one quarter
back on the Bulldog team, but aft- :
cr me snowing ot sopnomore Lar Larry
ry Larry Eastman, More is going to have
one big job in getting his position
uaca.. it is expected mat he
pe ready to go in another weekj
out wm probably miss the Ra
game mis i nursday.
Kickoff time for the Bullae
nam game Thursday night
oe 7 p.m. This .should be a really
good game for the first half, ami I
if the Rams can keep up the pace
for a full contest, t, will be inter J
esting right down to the wire.
Butt the safest headaears da.
vised, the best in shoulder pad
design, the best our manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers can produce in the way of
Elective gear, at least eight
s died this fall from injuries
eved to hav been caused di-
f tb 11 y fromying
Biz were in snnarvisavJ hlh
school practice or nlav ana in
aandlot game, one tn a college
rresnman team practice. All but
two were in practice session at
the time of injury. ATI had in.
Juries to the head.
There are seme who believe
the 11 pounds or se of armor
the players wear dees a mnch
harm as good, bet the gradual
drop tn deaths la 25 years
would seem to disprove that.
One thins nvtearehm u
know, though, is that youngsters
of early high school age usually
lead the list totaling 620 deaths
ii um uroi in rough 1855.
But hardly a year gees by
without a death er twe la col college
lege college football so It's a problem
not eonfined purely to the
high schools. f
What's being done? plenty,
though it's a slow process.
The coaches have a Mmmitraa
led by Dr. Floyd R. Eastwood of
Los Angeles State, it not only
surveys the past but recom
mends ior the future. It's find findings
ings findings are too complicated for this
corner but sound nrnmijinv mr
the future. Let's hope the nrom-
ise pays off.
STIR UP TROUBLE
COLUMBIA, Mo. (NEA) -Cera,
bread Martin, squat 215-pound
middle guard, and Frank Csapla,
All America tackle candidate,
spearhead Missouri's hefty and
mobile front line. I
BERKELEY, Calif. (NEA)
Herb Jackson. Califni-ma'i 101.
pound senior fullback, stars as a
sprinter in track.
pitch out to halfback Owen all the way from his own 20 to
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Tebbefts Is Manager -Of -Year; Sold Bill Of Goods To Pitchers
TTJISDAT, OCTOBER i. 19Sf
By PAT HARMON
1 CINCINNATI (NEA) -When
Birdie Tebbetts came to Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati as manager in 1953, the Reds
, were a sixth place club.
It seemed permanent. The Reds
usually finshed sixth in batting
sixth in fielding sixth in attend-
mmmm ance and sixth in the standing.
.ham tou ret to Milwaukee dent expect to find a I -The complacencyi's gone,
..!tow y0? : ;f.J wkh. w. Bottle -tabs, garisn said Birdie, "and that's my big-
-i.v,, dolls sirio tease artists and that sort ofgest thrill this year. Never again
cafes with dancing dolls, strip wase rn. iwll u,ese boys be satisfeid to be
i uot imnrf hurshers out there are prudish or low m the standing. Taey think.
It Isn't that the good burgners ou i"" v themselves as contender, and
lack appreciation for the more livefc J Hroot or uj: wiU
la the immense esteem In which thev hold Jo fua i when the 7-1 defeat by the
cegarde, the Country Slaughter of the Braves took the life out of thai
timeless talent, if ever there was "hot Reds' pennant chances, someone!
outs and besides Chicago Is no more Jian a .full Dassie e up to Tebelts wlU) tne nj
away. Just across the lake in fact. mad and if vou,001-1 awt Fni H,Bev !tte-
Rlfht now, of course, the town Is lawball mad land a J ; crscking witn visitors m Mi.l
wet 'to show interest In anything eise ""r'w i waukee clubhouse.
iV. " T fh. in the white jackets or have
prooaoiy turn you ufw "- s.
nifl Want to lUOlkc J" -y r. ir.cinuV ",lu '"""J
gardens of national .note, and of course. the imposingj ,.y, -peal the cards.'
hrpwuries until liOUlc renin wwtvu v
Kn in '53 the people proudly lived under the slogan: 'BL
the Beer That Made Milwaukee rmuuo.
recently, Wr..8BkW M
et al., have given a new memuuK ua
"You know the old saying,"
Birdie said. "The winners laugh
and tell funny stories. The losers
P" V U make it read. "State's Pride and Fame and be
equally correct, for the Braves now rank with grata, cheese
w'od 1 pntTami the Green Bay Packers as one of Wisconsin s
mZ &ished and profitable Industrie, They ha drawn
u lk.n j mi linn iittlfl inr 1 II r Liiini auaiftut wav r
XIjre lUeaal aaaas-aavaa v-" -
j ..i.kJ In (ha lawftariiei.
rep -"""'jr.L"VK"r"ct0,. nmuid feel hurt ifvou
m orainary tunes, me uuisum..
did not visit Marquette yniversity. founded in the 80s and
rd in honor the eminent Jesuit missionary On a clear
day the sophomoric shades of Jimmy Powers can be seen
SSamtok- toe campus from the roof top of Hotel Scnroeder and
Kvolable winas the voice of the famed broadcaster can be
attacOy heard extolling the extraordinary merits of a parti particular
cular particular species of lager and shaving steel.
The president of the junior Chamber of Commerce ha a
that Hildeaarde and Mrs. Powers be presented in a
SSSSMiS&X That their fans could see for
Eielves how utterly unspoiled artistic success and material
Ss ha"e irft them' but reluctantly the burgomaster reject-
d '"After all he explained, "this will be our first World Series
and It wouldn't be fair to ask the baseball stars to compete a-
'TUCgU.SVdTot. have Aloysius (Bucket-foot)
dbnlav for the visitors but to hU sorrow... and to
DBtioTto the diamond was called to hbJWaker not so long .ago
Siinmons, a product of the local sandlots, played briefly
stored LRSmS tToutfietalith tJ Philadelphia Athle-
2lMftS5ft- because of his open stance at
the Dhite his right foot pointing one way, his left the other.
Orthodox style wafmuch criticized when he came up.
Mafk had the last say. It was memoraoie.
"I don't care if he swings standing on his head Just as long
as. he hits the balL"
Everybody seemed to say
Keds were dead for 1956.
"Yeah," said Tebbetts, "but you
gotta believe in resurrection."
Tebbetts, the Manager- of -the-
ear, was carrying $818 worth of
giftsjor toe men he tried to make
e Pitching Staff of-the-
YeafTHe was throwing a party.
e pitchers had put up some of
money from fines. Birdie fur
nished the rest.
"Every time a hit went through
the box that should have been
fielded, I fined the pitcher $25,'
he explains. "We put the money
in a fund for a pitchers' party.
There's $400, plus some money
tonight. I'll make up the differ
ence for the party and the cost
of these gifts.
I sV aassLsl
H sVbVbW Jal s-b
Tebbetts was also carrying three
DOUBLE-GAFFED Harry Wesley Smith, top. of Buenos
eVer?OVJs ,hlr ,rom its 50cke after catching a 583 583-pound
pound 583-pound bluffin off Wedgeport. Nova Scotia Companion
Loienzo .Taylor, light jacket, helps guides pull in prized tuna
Panama Marlin Club News
Perry Is Steelers9 Early Nominee
As Pro Football Rookie-Of-Year
BY PAT LIVINGSTON a dentist, would get mere chance? lays, when Quarterback Lowell
to see him play that way. Unfor- and Halfback Lawrence Perry led
PITTSBURGH (NEA )- tunately. his dad died last April. Ypsllanti, Mich., High to 34
When professional football gets The senior Perry was Lowell's straight victories, and for. three,,
around to bestowing awards this number one fan. a relationship years running, the state Class 'fB'
year, the Steelers Lowell Perry that existed since high school FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP, urn'
will be high on the list of recruit recruit-of
of recruit-of the -year candidates.
With the pre season campagin
out of the way, other top con contenders
tenders contenders include Philadephia's Don
Schaefer Detroit's Don Mclllhen Mclllhen-ny,
ny, Mclllhen-ny, the Chicago Bears' Terry Jeter
and Lenny Moore of Baltimore.
But for all- around class and
finesse, none surpasses the suave,
soft-spoken 190 -pound Perry,, an.
wnd who runs like a halfback. o
Before playing a championship tv.n m
same, rerry esiaoiisneo nimseu oumvin utinu" i
as a prime gate attraction. COSMOPOLITAN MIXED
The phantom like runner from BOWLING LEAGUE
Michioan rvturnMl kick -off of 96
yards against Detroit, 50 against Tivoll Motors climbed to witn- Tivou Motors 8
Baltimore and 97 against Phila- in one game of the league lead-jTasco Batteries 7
delnhia. iin Sevmour Aaencles bv taking i Braniff Airways 1
.. .Ironically, hit moat spectacular 3 points from uie Colonial In In-performances
performances In-performances came in a phase of surance team in the Cosmopoli Cosmopolite
te Cosmopolite game which he never played tan Mixed Bowline League at
in college. i the Diablo alleys Wednesday
"I played end offense and night .Tivoll Motors was the on on-safety
safety on-safety on defense," he explains.1 ly team to wln three games as
"I guess (Beany) Oster bann aU the others eltner won or iost
wamea 10 give me a mow uuimg mes
woooy wooocock rouca u
Standings at the end of the
Team Won Lost
Seymour Agencies 9 3
Pepsi Cola 6
Atlaa Club 4
Colonial Insurance .... 1
Oos erbann "ached rerry our- ni jj, and
ing his three years Witn the Wto-bM a 2278an 1M to g0 with It
ermes, the seasons of 1951- 523. -vCellent 667 series. Bill
I good spot and got a number of
! dolphin and other fish out but did
The boats that were out the past not have time to stav and trv for
books on salesmanship. He uses 1 weekend found the fishing a little martin and saiifish.
these books to help sell insurance! better around the Perlas Islands
at Nashua, N. H. It's obvious he! We are in hopes it will continue
used a technique on his pitchers,! to improve and be "tops" for the
U..I;H fM.ik Tnnpn.mant in Nnv.
Normally the burgomaster would also have the time and
Uie DOXin ceutei y. v . hnlttM
down because of scandal, ran special imuu, u
t0 methf cSWell came In there and beat Billy
i a Bin Rrcnnan in six on his way to the title, wnen
iSMW-S!l55tfte4 Jhnmy Wilde, the British exem exem-nlar
nlar exem-nlar tarte latters American debut; when native sons, 1 Bob
SohV Md th, flashy Mitchell brothers, Richie and Pinkey, were
hmShie' was the better of the two. He fought all the top
lightweight Yet he is remembered best for a los ing fight a a-Stoat
Stoat a-Stoat Benny Leonard... He had come up off the floor n the
firsf round to drop Leonard after being down three times him him-USt.
USt. him-USt. to the sixth Leonard finally caught up with him for
ke?!Leonard told me later: "Arnold Rothstein bet $10,000 on a
firsSni Ami and I was trying to make it stand up for
Rothstein was a professional gambler and the lightweight
champion no doubt had a piece of his play.
"This little party and these
gifts," he said, "are my way of
impressing on these guys that I
am willing to pay my own money
to get them to do what I want."
Ed Bailey was heading out of
the door, and Birdie invited him.
"You want to join the party
awniie? xou re paying for part
Bailey said, "No thanks, those
guys might be pretty red at me."
"There were times when I didn't
think Bailey would turn around
fast enough to go after foul balls,"
Tebbetts said. "So I told him I
would fine him a little. .5 or 10
if I didn't think he was turning
"It ended just about the way it
figured, didnt It?" a writer a si
TBKkt, v.. -L: -MB.
Tebbetts' face flushed. "Don't
say they're not good," he said
"Those pitchers did a great job.
"It's the kind of pitching that
should give us real Improvement
next year. Because next year
Nuxhall won't get hurt when we
need him. Two, three times he
looked ready to roll, then he got
hurt. We lost Jeffecoat with the
Ike To Attend
Marlin Club Tournament in
The Nautilus with Milton and
Chubby Wright, CWO H. E. Rod-,ii I I m
gcrs, Theodore w. scnmmt ano iniArm NAPIAC
Bobby King aboard spent from If Ul III JZ iCj
Friday night untill Sunday at the
islands. They raised six saimsn
and boated five and raised one
small marlin but it did not t a k e
the bait. The saiifish and marlin
were iounu auuui uuee nwui mi
South of San Jose. They caught: WASHINGTON, Oct. ,2 (UP)
three nince wahoo just off t h e; President Elsenhower defi defi-Three
Three defi-Three Monks. All these catches nitely will attend the opening
were made on Saturday. In addi-; baseball game of the World Se Se-tion
tion Se-tion to these, other fish caught ries at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn,
were amberjack, dolphin, macke- n.Y., next Wednesday, it was an an-real
real an-real crevalle Jack and bonita. nounced last night.
The Nautilus crew found an a adlal WL stevrnson. ha nem.
buncance 01 nait arouno liiasara
Rock and San Jose and an occa
innar hnnita out away from the
island: On Sunday morning there
fwere huge schools of bait on the
surface just off toe inree moahs,
being chased yp by amberjack,
but they were not striking.
The Tin Goose with Don Spencer
Kober, Madden and Lt John Lue Lue-cutch
cutch Lue-cutch aboard, left Friday evening
and soent the night at Bona Cove.
They fished around Bona area for
a couple of hours en Saturday
morning but found fishing so poor
thpv ran on down to the Islands.
They caught a large shark, around
newest ritis-, ,,, .lv.loV,. .axnnri in
where he played halfback
Since that time the
burgh star was
fense and defense.
i tht Air Force Coffey finished second in every every-i&
i& every-i& on7 thing for the night with a 234
game ana a oiu cj.
Smith a newcomer for Seymour
Perry returns punt, for the Agencies rolled high game Jor
Skiers, but hasn't been .b e to
press loose wmi im. w 11..... .ln
firro hpraiiSK rp urnine a rewra ui diuh n""J
punt Is one of the most difficult taking the high enes honors
1. t,.u with a 483.
"When 1 was in couege, ne aaya a"r-'-
our scouting reports could say Ted and Reggie Schmidt gave
. .. if! ....u al l rnf.. ttm tv ri hln h
maw ami tnrn mar we couiu rim di wcv v-
haock kicks against one team or an- needed to win three close games
other, usually when a team waa irom uoiomai. teu u vn
made up of ponderous linemen. game wnue iteegie exuppea
"Here they cover the kicks with three conslstant games and
much faster. There aren't any a 424 series. Colonial rolled their
linemen who can't move. And best games of the season but
they kick a lot higher." I had one bad score in each game.
I Jim Riley seems to have hit his
..At this point, Parry perhaps in- stride with a 191 game and a
advertently, reveals his strategy.) 521 series which will help Al Mi Mi-He
He Mi-He indicates that he hopes to nor in the future.
catch opponents by surprise, a Seymour Agencies 2, P. Cola 1
daring maneuver tor a satety man
Bud Balcer 201
BUI Coffey 200,
Earl Best 191,.
Chuck McOarvey 186
T 1 ,1. -Tin Ia J 1AA
DUB 1U1UIU 140 ,.
Dell Peters 172 v
Thelma Camby ., I5ff '.,
Reggie Schmidt 152 .
Betty Coleman 151 ,ftr
Lll Gunn 14& ,T.
; -. TV .1'
CHAMPAIGN, HI'. (NEA) Post.-.."
sessed of a long, floating stride
Abe Woodson has .terrific speed as
illustrated by a share in the world
record for the 50-yard high hur hurdles.
dles. hurdles. v,-
Woodson, Illinois' WSjound feMV
ior right halfback, puts his hurd
ling ability to. good use in footbatBrJ
and the spring in his legs which
pitching will have Acker and
uross next year, too. Those
young ones will help."
While the Reds were fichtine
for the pennant right down to
the last week, Birdie Tebbetts
clinched his right to be Manager-
01 me rear.
blister when we needed him. Our '300 pounds, off Bodega Bay but
we. "'Ol aoie 10 raie any ucan
fish. .. spent Saturday night
at Punts 'Crux with the Nautilus.
On Sunday morning they caught
a few amberjack from the large
schools off the Monks. The fished
close in by the Islands coming up
and gofr quite a few five to eight
pound amberjack. They raised two
saiifish and boated one on Sunday
coming yp off Bona. It was a first
catch for Lt. Lecutch. 1
The Yankee fished around the
Islands over the week end and
raised eight saiifish around Nia-
RF.nKFt FV Caiit mtp i para Rock and landed three on
ley Cooper of Australia won the' Saturday, but did not find any
lieu 9 UUC m II1C dUUtl V. l II ft L vm may m
Skipper Ocheltree on the Q-95
caught four saiifish the past week
and all were "firsts" for the an an-eler.
eler. an-eler. Mai. General Heath landed
his first, also Commander Doc Doc-kery,
kery, Doc-kery, Colonel Colley and Captain
Chirmeaux. You know some peo
ple are so Jucky that they catch
Tennis Championships by defeat defeat-in.':
in.': defeat-in.': Luis Ayaia of Chile, 4-6, 6-3,
6-4. 6-4. Shirley Bloomer of Eng England
land England won the women's crown by
defeating Dorothy Bundy Cheney
of Santa Monica, Calif., 6-0, 6-1.
BOLOGNA, Italy (UP) Inge-
mar Johansson of Sweden won the
oeratic rival for the presiden presidency,
cy, presidency, also will attend a World
Series game bnt not the opener.
Presidential news secretary
James c. Hagerty told reporters
aboard the special train bearing
Mr. Eisenhower to Cleveland,
O., the President accepted an
invitation to the World series
opener from Walter O'Malley
president of the Brooklyn Dodg Dodgers.
ers. Dodgers. The invitation was issued aft after
er after the Dodgers won the Nation National
al National League pennant yesterday
Hagerty said he does not know
whether Mr. Eisenhower will fly
to New York for the game or go
The White House news secre secretary
tary secretary told newsmen earlier in
Washington ihe President would
"in all probability" attend the
In Washington, Stevenson
aides said the Democratic can candidate
didate candidate will attend the third
game of the Series Friday at
Stevenson will be motorcading
through Pennsylvania in quest
of votes when the opener Is
Slayed Wednesday, winding up
tie day in Elkins, W. Va.
LONG LION RUN f
University Park, Pa. (NEA)
rhuplr Mcflftrvav and Viroil
in the monev ranks. n&mhv wer th Mb uns ax helped him clear 6 feet 2 inc.
Th. .iinaiinn u iuit rieht .Qvmnu u-m n r. i.! in the high jump aid his work
whn thv rover vou like that."iKi .innin. v. ia t, Mma a pass receiveTf'Hc seems to have
he explains, "if you can get a ftfter iT0in the mi one to ound competitive spark, J
nnio nf tan nn that first wave .'th. .a4Hww.K omitu .,u lack of which for two years k
It sbouldn't.be too tough."
forru 1 1 a 1 m in 0 no n nn vrrai tvut. 1 i x x 1 .
speed, admits his best clocking foriPepi!l Co,a Riley 'and Bob C JL1i
the 100 yards has been 10.1 Boyer were tne onjy oneg to hit' 7
onds He says though, tha he 500 Wilma Rll ey is roundi ng in bCONnC BOSSl
hasn't been clocked smce to fom and it wont be lona be- awinaw
school. .. fore thev atari, urinnfn. tKair m. mm .
In his first days as a pro. the shar "f-D9 NO W3U I A ITlIf
d it ami- .., ... 0 w
Braniff Airways 2, Atlas Club 1
24-year-old Perry found
;i'h 'O nei 'ui in rue r
receiver. The linebackers were a- woodcock and Ted al
ble to stop him at the line of KfJhlffl JSlXSL 7?
mage. lm-,ah. Although lnaW twn PINEHURST. N C. XNEXatb i
The new spread makes 11 ess-, .rfDt.h- Ttia- u,v. : Chester 1. Williams, secretary oi
PINEHURST. N.C. I
l.r" pIs Mterhw to the me Ted the Atlas Club i nes" Williams, secretary ot
w t yln JZl' th? nds line won irame bv 2 pins hern sfmo"- ?n
,l0t' ta Whlch and Ted proceeded to roll the California, sent, n 0 s t car d s, to
in Pinehurst telling qf
The recipients posted the cards,
on the Tin Whistle board, suggest suggesting
ing suggesting that Williams' handicap be re reduced
duced reduced from 12 to plus 2. Back
I home, he's trying to offset matter'
riret ann t hi. e ..... rrienos
U!..i... mere ..use of W: Ted. has been looking for a!""""" 80,1 fl
Perry's running than the Steelers 8od 600 bowlier since the start
ao as a collegian, he ran end- of the season. Not belli, able to
arounds and was used frequently nd one he decided to do it him- j
on screen passes. The Stealer"11- There will be more of them
coaches have indicated, however, n tne near future too. Woodie
they likely will follow the same n 00, na um peters: hy Myjng m wag M
course wim ims graceiuuy ui -""a w ui
tive runner. "e'P Jro atacbane ana BBttyi
Perrv slaned with the Steelers, Coleman. Woodie came- within I
rejecting better offers from Ot-one strike of walking off with!
i ws ai'H Toronto of the Cana'anione 01 uu giuo's ?40 awards.
Leacue. because he felt his father,' Tasce Batteries 2, APA 1
uu tjaicer wim a sve series
and Ed Lowande with 550 led!
Tasco to a 2-1 win over the APA
Pcnn State's 1956 season marks
its 70th consecutive year
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Eurooean heavvweisht rhamnion- their first marlin before they catch
their first saimsn ana 1 ao mean
Captain Chippeaux did just that.
Hi first trio out he eot his marlin
and his second trip he got his sail sail-fish.
fish. sail-fish. Anybody looking for a good
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TORONTO, Oct, 1 (UP) The
Toronto Maple Leafs' baseball
club has agreed to accept three
players for pitcher Frank Barnes,
who has been traded to the St.
Louis Cardinals' organization.
The Leafs received the contract
of southpaw pitcher Ross Grims
The Seri fished off Galera and
Garaschin A on Saturday but re reported
ported reported fishing very poor in that
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Sao Jasa Building. F St met, II
Cangrejo Phone 2-1004 or 1-2627.
CANAL SOMB rOLTCLIHlC
OR. C t. f AIMSA. D.BJ.
TIUNSPOtTB IAXTIR. 5. A,
Phono. 22451 j.22562
PANAMA RKMNG SCHOOL
Mint Jama' Classes dally
M 5 a.m.
r Wr asOQHwrnnm.
classic, popular and Jan
II Stmt No. 6-A-Tel. S-1596
Open ntU 7:W p.m.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with living room, dining
room, two large porchel, maid's
room and bath, kitchen, pantry,
garage (with doon); principal
bathroom haa tub, thowar, ate;
bedroom Hoora polished hard hardwood;
wood; hardwood; completely screened and
piped for hot water. It has far far-dan
dan far-dan front. Rant $100. Situated
in Bella Vista. Phone Panama 3 3-0763
0763 3-0763 or 2-0027,
FOR RENT: Large two-room
apartment Nice, coal and quiet
neighborhood. 1 0th Street No.
5, San Francisco do la Caleta.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Best residential sec section.
tion. section. Naar all but stops. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished. 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 41th St.
No. 27, Apartment Na. 4.
FOR SALI: Folly automatic
Miytag washing machine $150,
gaod condition. Phono 13-4291
FOR SALE: Large Philce refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, 70-lb. freeier compart compartment,
ment, compartment, like eaw, 60-cycle $240.
Apt F, 0777 Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: Philippine Rattan
set furniture, completely new.
FOR SALE: Deep frccso refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, good condition $125.
Orlando Place. 0857-A, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Mahogany
with matching stool, new condi condition.
tion. condition. Reasonable Call Curundu
3272 from 5 p.m. on.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred
Dachshund puppies, miniatures,
block with tan markings, six
weeks old Call Comedo 4272
from 5 p.m. on.
The latest in... '56 Fiat Station
Wagon. Perfect condition. Ideal
for business or pleasure. It'i yours
for $1595. COLPAN MOTORS,
Here's a boy. 1952 Chevrolet
4-door sedan. Just one owner.
Yeo'N be proud to drive it. Ima Imagine!
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
K Santa Clara. Bex 435. Balboa
Phone Panama 3-1177, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile peat Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1B66.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisco, beside
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary. Via Porras
120. Phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with Urge dining and Irv Irving
ing Irving room, kitchen with stove and
heater. El Cangrejo. Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Nice furnished
apartment. Very attractive, quiet
residential section. Fair price.
Via Braiil No. 121 Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, bedroom,
kitchen, balcony, wash tubs. Na National
tional National Ave., above Paneme An-
FOR SALE: "Easy" 2 5 -cycle
i washing) machine, $35. Trade
two 25 -cycle fene for one 60 60-cycle.
cycle. 60-cycle. Phone Navy 2491.
LA Police Seek Han
For Machete Killing
LOS ANGELES. Oc. 2 (UP)
Police combed the city today for
a 34-year-old. man wanted in
connection with the machete
murder of his 13-year-oW stepdaughter.
An all points bulletin was is issued
sued issued yesterday for the arrest of
Oscar Granados shortly after
the girl, Alvlra Mlnjarez, was
found dead in a small house be behind
hind behind her home, officers said.
Her blood-spattered body was
fdund on the floor and the ma
chete was at one end of the
Mrs. Maria Teresa Granados,
mother of the victim, told police
she had received a call from her
husband informing; her that the
daughter killed herself with
pills. Mrs. Granados said she
rushed home but couldn't find
either her husband of daughter
FOR RENT: Comfortable a a-partment
partment a-partment 3 bedrooms. 2 bath bath-'ms,
'ms, bath-'ms, living room, dining room,
maid'a room, garage. 41th St.
No. 23 Inaiilra Apt. No. 2.
A friend, GUberto Torreg, and
a police officer searched the
grounds and discovered the girl's
body sprawled on ithe floor of
the small house. Officers said
the girl' dress was disarranged
and her neck had been slashed.
For 'Bus Stop'
ZZl 'oa-ni Ka hold at th PLftV-
3M"V ow w
house tonight and tomorrow even-"
ings. The tryouts wiu oegin v
30 p m.
The comedy has a cast of three
wnm.n nH five men. who range
youthful to mature categories. The
Way Will DC uirecieu uj ooi """r
son and is tentatively scheduled
for production for the latter part
T. B. lohnson, Guild President,
k iioBstrH to members that
they attend the tryouts to see the
iXSSM LlT ?d. tar report, will be
. o J a. I ... hnAtr nib Biuyci imiiciil Urilll I III 1 Alini
Under New Soil Bank Plan
irers wiiu c -,.-iir..iana tn farmorc n 90 .tot., tkm.k
1S TOT th7w soil bank
wiu 11 w ... i ai.. r
milt kv an oDoortunity
ter their preferences and see the
facilities which the Guild has.
"Bus Stop,"' the third show to
be produced by the guild this year
had a long and successful Broad Broad-uau
uau Broad-uau rim it is described as a ro
mantic comedy ahout ordinary
plan for reducing crop surpluses,
the Agriculture Department re reported
ported reported today.
The department said its renort.
first in a series, was incomplete.
nut it said the total amount to
be disbursed under the program
Zic;J centered in if" ,Pected to be somewhat
- i. linrter tho 2R1 mi inn An ir
roadside cate in a smau
Kansas during a storm which has
blocked all roads.
BRUSSELS, Oct. 2 (UP)
under" the 261
Both the Republicans and Dem
ocrats are claiming credit for the
sou bank under which as much
as one billion dollars a vear
eventually will be paid to farmers
who cut back output of surplus
Under the plan, farmers agree
not to plant their full allotments
rtt ait 11 uvosnlt i nnnrtc mm evVinf
Princess Lffiane, commoner witt,CQrn cott0fl anrj rjce i return
or iormer ins uenpom r, they receive government certifi certifi-gium,
gium, certifi-gium, gave birth to a daughter,cateJ wnich c,n exchanged for
here last night. Mother and CMh or cropg from govern govern-daughter
daughter govern-daughter were reported doing ment surpluses,
well. in v President Eisenhower was asked
The infant princess will be at hi news conference iast week
named Maria-Esraeraida. ane is(about reports from Iowa that
the third child of Princess Libant m .plymemg m the soil bank aUot-
The others are Alexandre, 14, and
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS. MATUSS1 ASSOC1 ATfS
Cemento Panem .a... 'S
Ceroeceria Nadonal SB
Chlrlcene do tecbe H
Coca Colo ...
amIh i iiloteai
Prof, with Ceea. V5--4
nHii4i NulanaJ 14
Prof with Com.
rttuuuea. a. A.
Pref with Com.
Puarza y LustPrat ... 4111
ruern y Uo-Com. ...
Hotel oe tntersuoerlconee. i
General da Scfuroe ....
Panemefte do Aceitee . SB
Panamefia da Plbrae
Penamefle de Sepiroa ..
Panamena de Tebtco .'. 10
Teetro Beltavlta .... ,M
ments had been delayed."
He replied that "I don't know
of any reason why Iowa should
be held up. He said be under
stood that 260 million SjVllars
would all be paid out this year"
but promised to look it up.
The Agriculture Department
said it issued-today's report "be
cause- of a number of inquiries
Concerning conflicting reports of
payments nude to date under the
program." It said the next report
Will cover payments through iscpt
issued twice a month.
Since making its original 261
million dollar estimate for thle
year's payments, the department
has announced that farmers who
vioiateo tneir 1956 soil bank con
tracts through "misuniWetanH
ing" will be allowed to cancel or
revise their agreements. Previ Previously
ously Previously they had been subject to
(renames, ine net ettoct will be
to reduce the number of acrea in
the soil bank.
Iowa farmers got $1,180,479
nearly one-third of the soil bank
payments through Sept, 21. Pay
ments in other states were:
Alabama. $44,940- iri....
$147,891; Arkansas, $19,454; Ctli.
Colorado, $117,200; Florida
t,xt: (,eorei 7 tin- i.u.
$64,326; Illinois $32,739;' Indiwi;
ana, $47,265; Maryland. $468
Massachusetts. J191 sir- Mic.u
atMoao p-. 1 "iiofia-
1W Missouri. $440,038:
m72&m. New Jersey,
,uoo, ntw mpxico. sis ma-
New York. $8,724- Vnrtk rn.
$187,584; Oklahoma, $374,224; Ort
wm, i,ou; Tennessee, $3,904.
leans, aoi.173- tah eoa non.
Virginia, $32,841 and Washington,
3 Gs Gets
(Continued from Page 1)
They went back and Console
beat the victim again and fait
him with a rock:. The four
split up. Console and Novikov
went to the former's Chlva.
Chiva Army unit where they
took showers, later going to
Diablo for sandwiches. Later
still, NovikOT went to a dance
Hazard said not only was
Sachs th leader but he had
committed perjury In swearing
as to hia age, either in state statements
ments statements to. the police or to the
District Count when getting a
Hazard said so far as he could
determine Novikov did not phy
sically participate in the beat
ing, though he knew what was
The D. A. told the court Nov!
kov was born in Hong Kong. His
iatner Valentin Nnvitov is a
British subject residing now in
jsngiand. Tne family spent sev several
eral several years in a Japanese concen
tration camp, tne parents are
now divorced, ana Novikov has
been living with an uncle in El
Novikov's mother, who had
come from New York to Plead
leniency for her son, sobbed dur during;
ing; during; much of the testimony and
cried hysterically After sentence
was passed, judge Crowe stated
she had previously had a hear
ing in cnamDers with her attor attorney,
ney, attorney, Charles E. Ramirez, and the
Distric attorney present.
About a score of teachers
from the Institute Pan Ameri Americano,
cano, Americano, where Novikov was grad graduated
uated graduated last June, signed two let
ters saying he was a talented
boy and a good student whose
future looked promising. Rv.
Louis m. Fiske, Methodist edu
cator and principal of the
school, also testified for Novi Novikov,
kov, Novikov, saying ha favored leniency.
Ramirez stressed the plight
of NOvikov's mother who had
made a hard fight to educate
ner son. He said Novikov was
wrong in permitting himself to
be led, but pleaded for a sus suspension
pension suspension of whatever sentence
Sachs' wife, who is Novikov'e
sister, wat In court with her
infant child born while de defendant
fendant defendant was In jail. Mrs. Cele Cele-rina
rina Cele-rina Adelma Sachs testified
the defendant was a good husband.
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eedan, perfect condition. New
only $495 COLPAN MOTORS,
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fine service. Podge If 46 far
sale at only $195. See It now
Ot COLPAN MOTORS, Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Row.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
BZACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla
ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR SALE: Magnificent resi residence,
dence, residence, 4 bedrooms, independent,
residential sane. Apply Phone
Beginners' course in Ballroom
Dancing far Junior High Students
farting October 3rd. OORESE
WAITES School of Dancing, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Club, Balboa. Telephone
LOST fir FOUND
LOST: Brown and white female
cat wearing collar. Reward. Con Contact
tact Contact 2-3572 before 4:15 and
2-2752 after 4:15.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom chalet
in Golf Height!. Rent $110.
Phone Panama 3-5329
Broadcast To Start
California College Pranksters Send
Freshman On LA-New York Plane Ride
The Colon Central Corps of the
Salvation Army will celebrate the
annual Harvest Festival on Sun
day Oct. 7 at 14 and D Sts. on A
mador Guerrero Ave.
The celebration will begin with
a service broadcast over Station
CPR at 10 a.m., conducted by Sr.
lapt. Clement A. Moonsawmy. Sr.
Cant. Winifred Moonsawmy will
deliver a short address and prayer
will be offered by young people's
officer Capt. E. Rhodes.
A Holiness meeting will be held
by Sectional Headquarters Repre
sentative capt. Khodes at u a.m.
with Rev. J. W. Linkemann of the
American Bible Society delivering
At 2:30 p.m. the Young Peonle
Section of the corps will present a
musical and literary program and
Rev. Henry Blake, headmaster of
Christ cnurcr. Academy will bless
tne guts received.
Representatives of the eommu
mtv churches will answer the roll'
cau ana a special aooresr vnu i
given by Rev. Rav Blakelv of G
un Union Church. Chairman. Rev
D. Morgan of Bethany Baptist
Church will preside.
Cant. Rhodes will be assisted bv
the commanding officers of the lo
cal corps at tne 7:30 service and
Ramon Mendex will bring greet
mgs on- behalf of the community.
1 he public is invited to attend
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UPV-A'dark crav troiisr whir h. h.j
The Panama liner. Cristobal, young student said today he put on for the expected climb up
which will arrive in Cristobal to-, thought he Was going to be taken the mountain.
morrow from New York, will sail! on a traditional hazing trip up a "For the past five, years the
from Cristobal at 3 p.m. Friday on mountain when 15 freshmen in-1 sophomore class president has
119 return u.p tu new xuro..
The sailing date of the ship was
advanced one. day to permit the
Panama liner to arrive in New
York Thursday, Oct. 11, one day
before Commbus Day,
celebrated as a holiday
. i Deterroan
A number- of employes who are said
vaded his rocm last night at been taken to nearoy Mt Baldy
Claremont College, Claremont.l where his hai' has teen shaved
Calif. Instead, they put him off," Determan said,
aboard a plane for New York, i The usual procedure, he aaiif.
one dayj "I was expecting something to, was for the freshmen to strip
which is. happen to me," said Ted Deter-; their victim partly and leave him
in Newman, 19. with a can of beer.
erroan, of Riverside, 'OUptJ "In place of that, they put me
the freshmen handed htm a in one of 15 cars, took me to the
School of Dancing
WILL START ON
Monday, October I and
and Wednesday, October 3
New registration will
Boys 3, Girls 7
Ten babies were born In Coen
Solo Hospital during the week
enomg at midnight September
26, according to the regular hos hospital
pital hospital report. During the same
period 85 patients were admitted
and 109 were discharged.
names were bom to the fol following
lowing following American citizens: fiat
and Mrs. Harold Andrews, of
uoco souto, son; 5P-3 and Mrs
Kooert van Amaerg, of Coco So
iito, oaugnter: Mr. and Mrs
Lawrence Bray, of Fort Gullck
daughter: Captain and Mrs
Carlos Vega, of Fort Oulick
daughter; SP-3 and Mrs. Clif
ford Mallery, of Coco Solito
daughter; SP-3 and Mrs. Cle
ment Arthur, of Coco Solito. son
Sgt. and Mrs. Pedro Morales, of
Coco Solito, daughter: and EM EM-3
3 EM-3 and Mrs. Reece Williams, of
Coco 8olito, son.
Bibles were born to the fol following
lowing following parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. snd Mrs. Beni
to Cuervo, of Colon, daughter:
and Mr. and Mrs. Sinko Hall, or;
Panama newsman Danilo Lu
na of La Nadon testified as a
character witness for Sachs who
took the stand to discuss the
discrepancy in his statements
about his birth. He also tried to
avoid responsibility for leader
Shin In the crime He was ran.
resented by Woodrow de Castro
Attorney William J. Sheridan
Jr,. serving as public defender.
threw Console and Sanders on
the mercy of the court, plead
ing their youth, irresponsibility,
drunkenness, and the fact Con
sole had also taken benzedrine,
Sheridan, however, stood with
Hazard in holding that Sachs
was clearly tne leader.
In nassine sentence, the Judge
noted none of th four were
children, all fairly wen educat educated,
ed, educated, and that they had deliber deliberately
ately deliberately planned the crime.
He said he thought that if
they would take the wrong unto
themselves instead 01 trying to
blame others he thought after
their incarceration they might
become respectable members of
me on a
retiring from Cana' service this
month are among the "44 passen
gers sailing for' New York Friday
aboard the Panama liner Cristo-
Also scheduled to sail is Paul
H. Friedman, assistant to the Di
rector of the Supplyand Employe his roommate's clothes.
oervsce Bureau, accompanied oy, Vn.nwhilo th tall r n n H.
J".mn-. e.J Determan; who is president of looking blond student said he
loirt jimiciiju uiranj i v i... WJ. dresseH in rednlonnt.fi tn rin nmA sioht.eo.inov
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windoreaiter, a sport snirt ana He Hoped to stay here a week on
the enforced holiday before re-
paper bag containing $4 and mis-, airport and hustled
cellaneous items when they put' plane." he said.
him aboard the United Air Lines Since the freshmen onlv naid
plane at Los Angeles. He also was his way to New York, Determan
handed a baggage ticke which he said he would wire the sophomore
found on arrival here was for a class to take up a collection for
leather traveling bag stuffed with1 fare back.
The Canal Zone board of Reg
istration for Architects and En
gineers announced this morning
at Balboa Heights that applica applications
tions applications for registration as an ar
chitect or professional engineer
are now Being received and con considered
sidered considered by the board.
Public Law 674, 84th Congress,
second session amended the Ca
nal Zone Code by additions of
several sections pertaining to
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, are Miss
Yseauit Craan; Mrs. Max Diet-
jens; and Mr. and Mrs. Jose Kuin-
The Cristobal is sailing from
Cristobal one day ahead of sched schedule
ule schedule in order to arrive in New York
one day before the Columbus Day
The complete advance passen
er list for New York follows:
rs. Margaret Coleson and son:
aniel J. Considine; Mrs. Eliza
beth R. Crandall: Mr. and Mrs.
Paul H. Friedman; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W. Harris, Jr. and soni
and Mrs. Edward Hirtenstein;
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Higgins; Mr.
and Mrs. Otto E. Kitzing; Mrs Al Alfreds
freds Alfreds Kleiman: Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter. H. Kuhrt; Robert W. McConno-
chie; Mr. and Mrs. George Mc
Fadden; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
F. Marcsak and 3 children
Mr. and Mrs. Wheary B. Poston
and daughter; Stephen M. Rainey;
Mr. and Mrs. C. Burton Ray: Paul
O. Roedinger; Mr. and Mrs. Lu-
cien A. Skeels; Mr. and Mrs.
James S. Skinner, Jr.; Mr. and
Mr. Winston A. Webb and 2 chil children;
dren; children; Miss Virginia A. Welch; and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Williams
and daughter. i.
PLEASURE AND PAIN
NORTH HAVEN, Me. (UP)
Elmer Hopkins waited for
months for a new motorcycle to
be delivered by ferry boat to this
island. The motorcycle was de delivered
livered delivered and an hour later Hopkins
broke his leg and landed in
hospital. The motorcycle was
ruined in the accident:
turning to classes.
"This ir the first airplane rid
I've ever had and it's the first
trip I've ever had to New York,"
Determan said he would use tut
$4 to take a bus to Princeton
University, Princeton, N.J., for a I
visit with his brother, Dean, who
is a senior there.
Trial Nov. 5
MINEOLA, N.Y.. Oct. 2 (UP.-
11 Am Tho 1 11 o I nf InrtnU I ivi nin J1
me practice or architecture or V ""' .;"r '-- j
CHargcu wim we Kiunap-ueam oi
englneerlna the Canal Zone
These additions to the laws of
the Canal Zone declare, among
other things, that the practice
of architecture and eneineerintr
be subject to regulation and
mat only qualified and specifi specifically
cally specifically licensed persons be per permitted
mitted permitted to engage In the practice
of architecture or engineering.
Persons interested in being
examined for registration mav
obtain the required and pertin
ent lniormation bv directing
their request to the Secretary of
th Canal Zone hoard nf resls-
tratlon for architects and pro-
lessionai engineers, box tx,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.
The board consists of five
members, two architects and
three engineers, all, of who:
virtue oi ineir appoinunei
infant Peter Weinberger yesterday
was postponed until Nov. 5
Scheduled to start vesterday, the
trial was adjourned by Nassau
County Judge Cyril Brown to
await the outcome of a petition
by Lamarca's counsel for a
change of venue.
Lamarca, charged with murder
and kidnaping, was accused of
taking the baby from his carriage
at the rear of the Morris Wein Weinberger
berger Weinberger home in Westbury, N.Y.
July 4. The infant's body was
found later in a wooded area
bordering a Long Island parkway
the Governor are-registered In
the canal Zone. All members of
the board are also registered in
at least one state of the United
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Held In Texas
Funeral services were held
yesterdsy in San Antonio, Texas,
Edward B. Alexander, former
Gatun locks employe who died
Saturday in San Antonio. He was
45 years old.
Born in Laredo. Texas, Mr. Al Alexander
exander Alexander came to the Lthmus m
1940 as a construction and mainte
nance foreman for the Mainte
nance Division. In 1943 he trans transferred
ferred transferred tn the Locks Division and
was a towing Locmotive Operator
and Diver at Uaiun Lflcas wnen
left the Isthmus in June, 1947.
He is survived by his wife, He Helen,
len, Helen, and by three children: Salhe,
Blake and Margaret.
.Two sisters-in -law in New Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. They are: Mrs Charles Gre-
.of l VIE J
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Wheelchairs No Halter
For Couple Who Marry
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UP) -,
Morris Nakrinsky, 27, and Renee
Eisner, 23, both paralyzed from
the waist down, were married m
wheel chairs yesterday at the Jew Jew-t.k
t.k Jew-t.k ni itninital.
I After a Honeymoon m one w
Is- v, VnrV hntpl. thu COUDle
riii 'ruhirn to live in a small
" . . i i ..
apartment in tne nospuai, wnwc
Uh have iobs although they are
Namnsiry is assisim w
medical photographer, and his at at-tractive,
tractive, at-tractive, dark-haired bride works
as medical secretary in the hos hospital's
pital's hospital's department of laboratories.
He has been a patient for 16
years, she for 10 years.
The COupie wneeicu uicuiw.
ik. luhur the bride was
io ins --- r,.
tfiven away oy Isaac Aioen, pi"j
fdlnt the hospital. Rabbi Solo
man B. Shapiro penormea ut
Nearly 400 persons, mciuunig
friends, patients, members of the
board of directors and hospital
staff members, attended the wed
ding. The gyesis a so
U. atekJt MCI MV1T1BII .lAUUHLft,
parents or we "Ks'" .1.
prides mother, in in uiuiui,
could not attend.
T)iiu afur the cere-
lJUWWw; 7 J
mony, tne guesw jomcu iu
wedding party at a buffet party
in the hospital auditorium. An
orchestra of 12 patients, all in
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Oct. 9 CENTRAL
wheel chairs, played for the oc
Nakrinsky, afflicted with spina
u-.c.A. malfnrmltinn which
caused his pararysu, hkbiybu
grammar school and. high schopl
education at the hospita.1, where
k. .1.. u trained for hlS JOB
in photography. His wife, a post post-..if.
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Ford Auto Unveils
Design For 1957
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Its "completely new" 1957 Ford
automobiles wnicn come m w
body sizes with engines deliver delivering
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Although reUl nine some
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cars, the new models sport wide
hooded neadufnw, Digger wrap wraparound
around wraparound windshields nd rear
fender fins that sweep up and
R. S. McNamara, Ford Vice
president and general manager
of the Fora aiviswn, sia
year's design and rtyllng are
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he said. 'Wheels, frame, rear
axle, drive shaft, engines ana
every inch of sheet metal m
every booy styie are muiuk
partures from past models.'
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history, Ford 1 offering
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1956
LANDS PLANE IN STREET Fassersby look at the plane which police say amateur pilot
Thomas Fitzpatrick, 26, of Emerson, N.J., landed on busy St. Nicholas Ave .in New York City.
Fitenatrick retjortedly took the plane from a flying school at Teterboro Airport, N.J., to go
fora iovride but was forced to land when the' craft developed, engine trouble. Police said
Fitzpatrick had been drinking. No one was. injured in the emergency landing. Fitzpatrick
was taken into custody.
Injured Fisherman Carried
Sheer Bald Rock Canyon
'Confused Candidate Label
Put On Adlai By Eisenhower
By MERR1MAN SMITH
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M. Nexon, adopting a hands-
son's divorce, today took his
moving campaign into New
land from the midwest
here from Milwaukee, Wi
O.'OA T7TVT -J TT -! .1
ing meeting before moving on
Manchester, N. H where he
Thi Vice President tDueared
a locally Televised Panel show
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Ruth Murray, President, of
Wisconsin Federatioh of repub
wondered who would, serve
White House Hostess in event
OROVILLE, Calif. Oct. 2 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A severely-injured fisherman was
carried up the sheer, 3,000 -foot
walls of Bald Rock Canyon Sun Sunday
day Sunday in a torchlit rescue mission
that took 80 men 14 hours to com complete.
plete. complete. Leonard Gene Lowry was strap strapped
ped strapped in a stretcher and pulled up
a vertical rock face by a netwsrk
of ropes. Ropes were again used
to pull the stretcher across gaps
where the trail was too narrow to
permit rescuers to carry the in injured
jured injured man.
The strenuous climb was com completed
pleted completed shortly after 9 a.m. and a
waiting ambulance rushed Lowry
to a hospital where he under underwent
went underwent immediate surgery. He also
was suffering from exposure and
The 30 year old Sacramento,
Calif., sportsman was injured
shortly before noon Saturday when
he slipped from a rock while cast casting
ing casting in the Feather River.
The swift current sept him over
SO foot balls and hurled him
against the bank of the river.
His companions, Egbert Nasht
)0, and Larry Cleveland, 30,
nulled him from the water. Cleve
land tved with the injured man
and Nash began a 3V4 hour climb
up the canyon wails to get help
A rescue party made up of for fores
es fores rangers, sheriff's deputies,
volunteers, jail trusties and Dr.
Todd Bailey reached the canyon
floor shortly before 7 p.m. They
found Lowry on a flat rock, groan groan-ink
ink groan-ink in intense pain.
"My side," he said, "my side
line stretched across the swift, icy. can't take the chance and wait
waters. The river crossing took an
hour and a half.
Dr. Bailey examined Lowry and
radioed the rim that he "should
be brought up immediately. We
Relays of rescuers covered 100
feet the first hour but rugged ter
rain slowed the progress to less
than 50 feet an hour,
shortage had been reduced some-' aid be distributed to states on the and that his narty
i what under his administration, basis of -need and that the states, tne f resident said.
LEXINGTON. Kv.. Oct. 2 (UPlibut not enough. And he blamed themselves, match the federal Because, according to the Prf
President Eisenhower last night the Democrats in Congress for not funds. Congress, however, turned dent, the Democrots voted down
said Arilai E. Stevenson, the Dem- Drovidine sufficient funds for, down President's suggestion. I his school bHl in the House "and; I think that any personal life
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tion. I controlled Congress he asked for GOP handling of the school prob- precious years." i Mr. Stevenson's background
Furthermore. Mr. Eisenhower a 2 billon dol ar urogram of lem last week. To meet this situation. Mr. marry o.) iruman s. wnat re
;a k nr,.ii t- ,ir,n H in farfors nran c ,nH n har -uric for "Nnm within The iar uippit-h. :iapnnnupr sain Thar whpn inn- SU1I UIUUKIU UI1 I OlcVCHSUIl s ( la
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road the zig-zag directionless year period. I apparently confused candidate of ask for a four-year federal aid of mine.
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'Gluttonous Diet' Is Blamed
For US Heart Disease Rate
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The rescuers wrapped Lowry in
blankets, strapped hi
mattress and began floating him
across the river, following a guide
CHICAGO, Oct. 2 (UP)-A heart
researcher today blamed the na nation's
tion's nation's high heart disease rate on
"the gluttonous diet that most
Dr. Louis N. Ktaz called for a
return to "a san, diet, more ilke
that at the turn of the century."
Katz, chairman of the Michael
Reese Medical Center's cardiovas
cular department, said Americans
"get as much as 60 per cent 01
their daily calories from fats."
"And the evidence of heart re research
search research is lined up toward fats as
a major cause of heart failure,"
Katz said saturated fats, those
that usuallv harden at room tem
perature, are the major villains in
the heart nicture.
He said research with chickens
at Michael Reese showed that
those fed a high saturated fat
mash were inclined to develop a
heart disease known as atheros
"I don't advocate having no
fats." he said. "1 think the pro
portion of calories we eat every
day from fats should be about 30
per cent or about one-third of
"The easy way to do it is not to
add fats to other foods. In other
words, broil, rather than frv
meat. Also, you should avoid fatty
sauces and dressings, ice cream,
pie ala mode, rich pastries and
'We've Got Ike Scared
Truman Tells Reporters
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UP)-For-
12:50 2:17 4:25 6:41 8:57
US Soldier Charged
In Traffic Death
Of Panamanian Girl
A Ft. Davis soldier who was
driving a car that rolled down
an embankment Saturday night
fatally injuring a young Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian girl, was charged with
manslaughter yesterday in the
Cristobal Magistrate's Court.
Bail of $1,000 was set in the
case which was continued until
Thursday morning. The defend defendant,
ant, defendant, sp. 3 Jimmie ft. Williams is
The dead girl was identified as
Ofelia caicedo of Colon, she
apparently was in the front seat
with Williams when the accidetft
occurred at 11:05 p.m. Saturday
off S-l Road near camp Pina.
Two other passengers in the
vehicle, Pvt. 1st CI. Henry A.
Garcia, also of Ft. navia and
Miss Alicia Aranda of Colon who
were seated in back, were in injured
jured injured slightly and taken to Coco
Solo Hospital for observation.
According to a police report,
the driver lost control of the
vehicle which rolled over an em embankment.
bankment. embankment. Both Williams and Garcia are
with "M" Company of the 20th
Infantry stationed at Ft. Davis
The chief executive spoke here
in the coliseum of the University
Earlier in the day at Cleveland,
Ohio, he hurled political invec
tives at the Democrats, saying
his opponents were thrown out of
office in 135Z oecause oi meir
tolerance of the thievery of infla
Mr Eisenhower dealt again1
with the economic situation here mer President Truman said today
tonight, but his emphasis was on that President Eisenhower had ex ex-education.
education. ex-education. He said the "most tended his plan for a personal
urgent" of afl domestic problems campaign because he is "scared."
facing the country was the m: tterl In a chat with reporters, during
of expanding school facilities, his morning constitutional, Mr.
He said the serious scnooiroomi iruman saia mere is nu Buuauiuic
tor personal appearance ueiure
the voters. lie said no candidate
can be elected on the basis of a
radio or TV campaign.
"People want to know what you
look like and they want to know
what the feel of you is, the for former
mer former nresident said. "Even if you
wear a halo you have to get out
and set shot at."
Mr. Truman said he felt the
GOP had found out that "a Hard Harding
ing Harding to pay." He said the people of
ing to pay." He said me eopie oi
the country are awakening to the
fact that all they read and see
nrinted "isn't true.'
we ve got lKe scares, ne saio,
"wa ve got them all scared.
Weather Or Not
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MACLAINE MALONE MAYEH0FF
with EVA GABOR ANITA EKBERG
GEORGE "FOGHORN" WINSLOW
Directed by FRANK TASHLIN Screenplay by
FRANK TASHLIN, HAl KANIER and HERBERT BAKER
Adaptation by DON McGUTRE Sonp Sonp-Muaic
Muaic Sonp-Muaic n Harry Wwten Lyrics br Jack Brooks
Color by TECHNICOl6a j
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 3
3 KM p.m.
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mas r.otire from
with Vice President Nixon, Mr.
Truman said he was still of the o-
pinion that Nixon had called him
a traitor to the United States in a
campaign speech several years ness with some
ago "no matter what explanation! recommendations
he has for it now.
'When a man got j on the defen
sive you know he's wrong," Mr
Truman commented. ''But frank
ly, I don't even think about Mr.
parcels to 100 inches in
length and birth.
Parcels destined for Army oi
Nnvv nnsf nffirM in ftreat Rrit
burg, N.Y., hooked a Great North-lain should weigh not more than
ern pike in the St. Lawrence 50 pounds and to other points no
River. It gave him quite a tussle, more than 70 pounds.
;I 11 kiss this fish if I ever land Matches, lighter fluid and other
it, he said to a companion. AfTer inflammable items are barred,
landing the fish, McDonough, a Tobacco and coffee are barrec
retired state police sergeant, kept from some areas.
his word. The fish bit him in the. Local post offices have complete.
Mr. Truman took a 10 block
walk without a topcoat although
the temperature was a brisk 48
degrees. After spending the morn
ing with his daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Daniel,
he and Mrs. Truman will be driv driven
en driven to Pennsylvania' station by
Gov. Averell Harriman to leave
for Independence, Mo, on a noon
Asked about his running feud
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 -(UP
ia.i. .. ..mi Ad ai Stevenson last night accused
I ui laA3 mm aaiaia r4v ii7a)f rakfiftn Af
lie rjiBCHjurrci aunnnoii buu w.
"incapacity or unwillingness" to
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to Congress early next year:
1. Financial and "technical
aid to areas suffering chronic un-
Mivnn lotpr morla an inlta
nirni7mint u. isirl hie nrnnnc. attack on s pvenson in sneak
upar savaaro Kuiiiiraraian in 1111- 1111 uut uk iinf v waiau suvvu, 4
srress hv the Demorrats. said he would not promise
tnr draft and H-bomb tests would t
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a p iv r 1 i ii rrnn non ac i owon enn nan ou rv n am
extension oi me ieaer&i minimum oiyri aii
uratrp. law. ea.
TTnmTmr rsrt t i ran
AUuii 1 1 x iri. 1 1 r 1 1 nr
3. Federal grants to states to
expand and strengthen programs
for occupational safety.
4. "Further help to small busi-
tion or some form of tax relief of $1,304,897 and Forth Worth
for small business. 1 listed for 11,164,734,
Health Officer Who Had Lunch
With Negro Reluctantly Fired
The demoratic presidential no
minee charged the administration
has "utterly failed to develop a
comprehensive national policy for
He said in the latest ofhis "New
America" statements that the ad
ministration delayed acting on the
school situation for three years
and finally "put forth a weak bill
Stevenson said that then Presi
dent Eisenhower "sat by while 98
Republican Congressmen first sup supported
ported supported an antisegreation rider to
the bill and then voted against the
PERRY, Fla. Oct. 2 (UP)-The
Taylor County Commission reluc reluc-atntly
atntly reluc-atntly fired Or. Deborah Coggins
as county health officer today with without
out without mentioning tha racial incident
that provoked it X- having lunch
with i Negro nurse.
The commissioners told Dr. Cog
Negro midwife consultant for the
State Board of Health. She said
the conference could not other,
wise be fitted into her busy
The commissioners here begged Clrirf If All Af rflitlir
Dr. Coggins to "do us a favor" JIIlVRCII AI JIM It
anc resign. But the state s only
Heart Attack Fells
Fl. GuHck Sergeant
gins they did not want to let her woman health officer, mother of SFC Thomas B. Curran of Hq.
go but felt they had to because three children, refused. Det. (7408) AU at Fort Gulick
the other two counties which ehlp, "I am sorry but I have no died of a heart attack at Coco So
pay her salary have voted to die- intention to resign. 1 appreciae io Hospital at 11:20 a.m. yester
miss her. your kindness but I'm sorry you day less than two hours after enter
could not stand up for me a little ing the hospital.
"We diun't want to go along more firmly," she said.
wiin mat outm une oiner two Chairman William rung explain The 38- year- old sergeant re-
counties) but there wasn't any-ed repeatedly that he feels that ported to the Fort Gulick dispen
if one county is dissatisfied with sary during a routine soldier sictc sictc-a
a sictc-a jointly-paid health officer the call complaining of a pain in the
other counties should go along, chest. Immediate emergency
whatever the reason. treatment was given there before
Both Gov. LeRoy Collins and the sergeant was taken to Coco
State Health Officer Wilson T- Solo Hospital.
Sowder deplored the action. The'
governor called the dismissal "an Sgt. Curran is survived by his
evil act that ... 'cannot Del wife Ruth, who was at bis bed
squared with right and justice andl side at the time of death and his
conscience." I mother Mrs. Rose B. Curran on
But Jefferson commissioner i 03 Lincon St.. Bangor Maine,
told the attractive wife of a Madi-'
son physician that public opinion The body will be returned to the
in the county demanded her dis-'j United Stales for internment in
thing else for us to do," Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner J. J. Morgan said.
The Jefferson County Commis Commission
sion Commission fired the attractive 32-year-old
physician Saturday after tell tell-ing
ing tell-ing her the only cause for dismis
sal "is that you took a darky in
there artf had lunch with her."
The Madison County Commission
has already voted to dismiss Dr.
Coggins but agreed to give her a
Dr. Coggins has explained that
she lunched m the private dining
room" of the Madison restaurant
Aug. 22 with Ethel Kirkiaad, a missal
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