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AN INDEPENDENT HE DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, fANUARY 11, 1958
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SPACE RACE FOR MOON, VENUS, MARS
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP) Thg Air Force nhounted strong campaign to today
day today to enter the satellite race and launch a manned flight around the moon.
It also claimed the immediate potential to initiate a project in unmanned flights
to Venus and Mars and put the United States in a competitive position with Russia in
future space technology.
The Awny at the same time signaled a possibly important breakthrough In
missile fuel development by disclosing it is replacing its liquid-propelled 200 -mil
range Redstone with a solid fuel missile.
Bolstering the Air Force rocket rocketry
ry rocketry claims was the successful shot
yesterday of its 5500-mile Atlas in intercontinental
tercontinental intercontinental ballistic missile
(ICBM) at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Air Force space plans were re revealed
vealed revealed in hitherto secret testimo testimony
ny testimony by Air force missile chief Maj.
Gen. Bernard A. Schriever before
the Senate Preparedness subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. The testimony, given Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to the defense investigators,
was released yesterday by the
Schriever slapped at adminis administration
tration administration plans for speeding pro production
duction production of intermediate range
and intercontinental ballistic
missiles, saving W "pro "pro-grams
grams "pro-grams could bo roughly doubled.
uu V. colossal blunder,"
Schriever said, "if we were not to
plan beyond the point Of matching
every Soviet ballistic missile with
one of our own.
Dealing with the "field of astro
nautics" Scnriever sam.
"Our studies have
can provide at tho earliest date
and at the greatest economy net
only unmanned reconnaissance
of tho moon but also a basic ve vehicle
hicle vehicle for manned space flight."
He said these projects should be
launched "immediately" if the
United States is going to have "any
chance of leading in space techno
logy in the 1965-1970 period":
-The present Thor intermediate
range missile with a second rocket
stage added could send a satellite
into an orbit around the earth
"with a respectable payload.
With a third stage added, the
Thor could perform "unmanned
reconnaissance of the moon at a
relatively early date."
A "slightly-modified Thor with
an added stage using high energy
fuel "can make possible initial un unmanned
manned unmanned reconnaissance of Mars
and missiles we
Agree With Hillary
Fuths Trek Unsound
vrMiinnn SOUND, Antarctica,
t." 11 riTPV-Veteran American
and New Zealand- Antarctic ex
plorers today cnoruseu auw"
I r Edmund Hillary's warning to
Dr Vivian Fuchs to abandon his
trans-continentaL trek across the
EvSyPone of the many persons
queried at New Zealand's Scott
Base and the U. S. base here said
they saw no point m the Fuchs Fuchs-led
led Fuchs-led British expedition ttymgto
proceed overland from the South
Pqle to Scott Base with winter
"'They said it would involve many
other persons and the possibility of
Fuchs still was 230 miles from
the pole today on the first half of
his proposed journey from the
WoHiMl Sea on the opposite side
of the continent. That distance
might mean eight days before he
reached the U. S. camp at the
arliw this week Fuchs radioed
Hillary that he was determined to
drive on to Scott Base, another
Hillary said today he and his
colleagues were, going ahead with
nians to suDoort the last leg of
the Fuchs journey even though
they thought he should abandon it
until next year.
But the U. S. Navy also was
making 'alternate plans to bring
Fuchs and his party out from the
pole by plane in about 10 days.
That is the last polar flight the
Navy plans before winter.
One veteran Antarctic pilot
summed up what seemed to be
the opinion o almost everyone
"There is no 'scientific reason
for Fuchs continuing," he said. "I
Slowdown Of Ike's
By Maryland Folks
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP
another five miles an hour at
least when yoa're driving through
This was the tenor of an appeal
to President Eisenhower from a
weekly newspaper published in
the Maryland countryside through
which the Chief Executive travels
every time he makes the 30-mile
drive between the White House and
his farm at Gettysburg, Pa.
The Montgomery County Sentinel
printed "an open letter to Ike" re re-spefffully
spefffully re-spefffully suggesting that keeping
the presidential car five miles be
low the, speed limit "not only
would increase your chances of
safety on our open roads but that
of everyone else as well."
The Sentinel argued that hold
ing down the lead car's speed
would enable the rest of the Pres
ident's motorcade to catch up aft
er turns, traffic lights and stop
signs and still stay Within tne
The newspaper told the Presi
dent, "the five minutes you would
lose while going through our
county, we are sure, would not
greatly hamper your schedule.
The open letter to the President
was accompanied by a cartoon
showing a rooster, hen and chicks
by a roadside. The rooster was
warning, "Don't you chicks cross
the road Ike's party will be a
long any minute!"
and Venus." He said such fuel is
The Titan ICBM boost rocket
when more fully developed, with
high energy second and third stag
ges, 'could provide extended
manned satellite missions." It al
so could fly a man around tne
moon, he said.
Envoy Leaves Paris
On Quest For Loan
Of Quarter Billion
PARIS, Jan. 11 (UPW Special
Envoy Jean Monnet leaves for
Washington tonight to try to bor borrow
row borrow more than a quarter billion
dollars to shore up France's eco economy.
nomy. economy. He is expected to ask for at
least 131 million dollars from the
International Monetary Fund and
another 100 million dollars from
the U.S. Eexport-Imporf Bank
Monriet is one of France's top
economic experts and a chief ar architect
chitect architect of European unification
yplans. He and his negotiating
The international loans, whi
Finance Minister Pierre Pflimlin
indicated arc needed to get
support another French request
for an estimated 230 million dol dol-larre
larre dol-larre from the European Pay Payments
ments Payments Union.
The UP was winding up a week
of debate on tne French request
today, but its fir.al recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation was expected to be postpon postponed
ed postponed until the results of Monnet's
mission to Washington are known.
Informed sources said the total
of 461 million dollars in interna international
tional international loans was a near minumum
for France's 1958 needs.
Political observers here and in
Washington have predicted, how
ever, mat tne nnai t rench re request
quest request may run as high as 650 mil million
lion million dollars. French officials have
not confirmed the higher figure.
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MISSING MEN'S BOAT The 12-foot sailboat in which three USARCARD3 soldiers disap disappeared
peared disappeared Dec. 30 Is shown In the stree; at Ped asi, near El Toro, the point where the boat
washed up on a rocky beach this week. The damaged craft was inspected by a USARCARIB
search party on Friday. Shown behind the boat is 1st Lt. Thomas R. Smith, 20th Infantry,
one of the three L-19 pilots which jflew the investigators to the scene. (U.S. Army Jhoto)
Sailboat Found On Rocks Near Cape Mala;
ee Soldier Occupants
Heard In Europe
HELSINKI, Jan. 11 (UP) Government radio sta stations
tions stations across Europe today picked up Sputnik-like signals
which might be from a moon-bound rocket;
The first report came from the Finnish state radio
at 8:55 a.m. Norway. West Germany and Britain soon
picked up the beep beep transmission. The official West
merman Kadio control Institute at Darmstadt said the
frequency of the signals was fading as if the transmittal1
were moving at great speed away from the aarth.
Radio Moscow said today the problem of moon rock rockets
ets rockets "can be solved even now" but it gave no hint whether
a rocket actually has been fired yet.
Enter Low Bid
For CZ Shelters
A low bid of $8,821 was entered
by WriKht Brothers ot Colon or
the construction of five rest she!
ters at Pedro Miguel Locks. The
bids were opened yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon in the Administration Build Building
ing Building at Balboa Heights.
Other bids ranging from $9,646
to $14,000 were entered by E. O.
Hauke Construction Co.; Dillon
Finnish state radio employes
said that the only possible explan explanationif
ationif explanationif the signals are not real
was that they were being faked
by a land station.
The signals continued for an
hour and apparently ruled out
their being from globe-circling
Radio engineers said the signals
were "loud and clear." They said
the signals were heard on the
same frequencies as tne earner
area U days ace after embarkina- ra...g:t..pn......
roefcrieach aWliHs miles we. oi "T A sT iZ lou d
tomatic devices for surveying the
"They would not reauira murk
fuel. A starting push of about tw
miles per second would be suffk
cient to take the scout rocket not
only to the moon but even to Ve.
us or Mars. m?
The rocket, after circline thaV
moon, would return.
The second sten would be to aonil
up a rocket with experimental an an-ima
ima an-ima and only after that would
Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean.
mama City, it was te:
The 12-foot craft, minus its mast and sail, was found on the rocks in the vicinitv of El
Toro, near Punta Mala some two miles from the town of Pedasi.
There still has been no trace of the three men.
The three soldiewj Sp3 Terry A. Bnllis, 21, ,Pfc. Terry L. Cole. 18. and Pvt. Walter w
Beck, 23, embarked from Fort Kobbe on the afternoon of Dec. 30- They were on a three-day
pass and bound for Taboga, about IS miles away. When they failed to return by Wednesday
midnight, a full scale search was instituted.
ing on the locks will be construct constructed
ed constructed o' concrete and masonry and
will qe furnished with wood bench benches
es benches and ylectric water coolers.
and Hickman; Bi'don, Inc.
isthmian Constructors. Inc.
don't see what he would be trying K The buildings which will he us us-to
to us-to Drove. iScOtt died on the Same efi as shelters for pmnlnvps work.
trip (1912) and you can't top that.
On Flattop Kills
Three US Sailors
YQKQSUKA, Japan, Jan. 10
41,000 ton carrier as preparations
iv if) An airplane catapult ex
ploded aboard the U.S. Aircraft
Carrier Kearsage today, killing
three Sailors and injuring two oth others
ers others critically.
The names, of the dead and in injured
jured injured were withheld until their
families were notified.
The accident occurred in the
starboard catapult room of the
wire under way to launch planes.
There was no immediate explana-
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The Kearsage was on a training
exirc'se o ffthe south coast of Hon Honshu,
shu, Honshu, Japan.
Not Adultery, Says
Judge Of Artificial
EDINBURGH, Scotland (UP)
Scotland's high court of session
ruled in a transAtlantic divorce
case today that artificial insemin
ation is not adultery.
Lord Wheatley, delivering the
unprecedented ruling, rejected .the
allegation tiled by Scotsman Ron
aid G o r g e Ma clean an against
Mrs. Margaret Euthepiia Short Short-land
land Short-land Maclennan, of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mrs. Maclennan gave birth to a
girl on July 10. 195S, as a result
of artificial insemination. She h'
married Maclennan in August 1SS2
but they had not lived together
since March 1954. y
Lord Wheatley said he had
reached the conclusion that artifi artificial
cial artificial insemination did not come
within the definition of sexual in
tercourse as understood by Scot
tish law and therefore it could not
amount to adultery.
But he criticized the defense for
failmg to specify the time and
place of the artificial insemina insemination.
tion. insemination. Mrs. Maclennan was given
two weeks to supply further de details
tails details before Lord Wheatley, enters
his final decision.
For three days, planes and
boats from Army, Navy and Air
Force commands in the Canal
Zone patrolled the entire hay of
Panama. When every reasonable
possibility had been exhausted
and no trace found, the search
Thursday, word was received
through the Panama National
Guard that two fishermen in the
Interior $iad discovered a boat
answering the description of the
missing boat. The search was re re-oDened
oDened re-oDened and an Air Force heli
copter flew to the scene Thurs
day afternoon with an Investi Investigator
gator Investigator arid a soldier who could
positively identify the boat. In Investigators
vestigators Investigators returned to the scene
yesterday by Air Force and Army
aircraft. They walked for miles
in both directions alonar tne
rocky beach hoping to find some
trace of the men.
The boat, which had been re
moved to the town of Pedasi, was
carefully inspected. It appeared
to have been tumbled on the
rocks, and sand had worn its
newly-applied paint. The left
gunwale appeared badly dam damaged,
aged, damaged, and the floor boards also.
A compass, one shoe and a fish fishing
ing fishing light had apparently surviv survived
ed survived the buffeting, wedged up un
der the forward thwart.
At the point where the Doat
was located, the oeacn slopes
gradually away from a 40-ioot
rock and sand cliff. Four rows of
breakers rin across the almost
solid bed of rocks. The eight-foot
waves smashing into the menac
ing rocks or across the few areas
of white sand, appeared capable
of capsizing all but the most for
As a precaution, the National
Guard was authorized by U S.
Army Caribbean to offer a $50
reward for information about the
three men. The town of Pedasi,
which normally has about 700
residents, swells its population
during the dry season the only
time when it appears to be ac-
joessiDie Dy road.
The craft was orialnallv re-Shennard
portea oy rearo vergara ana A-smedley.
and Raymond L.
qulllno Cedefio, local residents,
as having been found by them
last Sunday afternoon. The re report
port report was relayed through Na
tional Guard channels to U.S.
Army Caribbean Thursday.
An Air Force H-19 helicopter
took off from Albrook. Air Force
Base at 1 p.m. Thursday with 1st
Lt. Allen N. Downey, 20th Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, and Sp3 Samuel C. Delicti,
US. 'Army Aviation Detachment,
Detrich identified the boat
while Downey searched for clues.
Pilot of the helicopter was, 1st
Lt. David Allen, with SSgt. Rob Robert
ert Robert W. Bradford, as crew chief;
both from the 5700th Air Base
Group, Albrook. The nartv re
turned to the base shortly after
To complete investigation, a
second party flew to the site Fri
day morning. Three Army L-19
planes left Kobbe at 9:15 a.m
carryine two professional inves
tteators from the office of the
provost Marshal, USARCARIB,
and Capt. Robert W. Street, of
the 20th infantry. The lnvestlga
tors were MSps. Herbert A.
Atlantic Siders Petition For Margarita School
Over 300 signatures have been
affixed to a petition requesting
that the permanent Atlantic side
high school be built from scratch
at Margarita rafher than install installed
ed installed at COCO Solo In a. converted
The petition was handed to
Gov. W. E. Potter yesterday, and
a Balboa Heights spokesman said
it would be presented to the
Board of Directors of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Co. which meets here
next wee!:. ..'.rn., I.l.i .n ....
Reliable sources report that
the move now has the endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of the Cristobal-Margarita
Civic Council and a number of
Gatun people have gorte on rec record
ord record as favoring the Margarita
site as more central. The petition
itself bears the signatures of res residents
idents residents of both Margarita and
Gatun, and was initiated by the
Margarita PTA at its December
Petitioners not only see Mar
garita as a more convenient,
central location, but eel
that a big school is semi-perma
FBI Man, Murder
Off Times Square
An Air. Force H-19 left Albrook
about 9:30 with Panamanian in
terpreter, Federico Mendivas,
and Capt. Richard P. Taffe. of
tne USARCARIB Information of office.
fice. office. 1st Lt. George W. Llndstedt
Jr., of the 5700th Air Base Group,
was pilot with MSet. James R
Peters, also of the Broun, as crew
Flying the Army planes were
Capt. Richard E. Labrod and 1st.
Lt. Ellis G. Crumit and Thomas
R. Smith, all of the anth Infan
try. The Army light planes flew
to an air strln at Pocrl. the near
est area known to be suitahie
i 1 :
aau meir passengers were shut shuttled
tled shuttled by the helicopter to the
oeach and then to Pedasi.
When the three men failed to
return Dy weanesaay night, Jan.
1, a full scale search was beirnn
next morning with Army and Air
Force aircraft and Army and Na
By the time the operation end ended
ed ended last Saturday noon, the search
paiierns nad repeatedly covered
tne coastline, open water and is
lands in the Gulf of Panama
irom punta Mala on the west
coast wear eastward to Garachi
ne on the coast of the Darten
country. Air Force lets had flown
more than 100 miles South over
tne ocean, as wen
Although all reasonable possi possibilities
bilities possibilities had been nursued hv Sat
urday, an Army plane again flew
alone the coastline nn flimrisv
Jan. 5, between Punta Mala and
The men are being carried in
missing status bv the Armv
However, military authorities; are
remaining alert for all possible
The missing men were assign
ed auues wwn me us. Army A
unit can oe estaoiisned m a
building not erected for educa educational
tional educational purposes; and if the Navy
wanted It back, it could get it.
Any high school," they point
out. is something of a communi community
ty community center. If the school goes to
Coco Solo, the people in Marga Margarita
rita Margarita fear their community will
start to deteriorate.
Church officials also fear
placement of the school in Coco
SOlo would pull the center of the
nent of necessity and should 4fmmmtty away from Margarita,
ine ngnt wna oi nunaing m up to now planned as the
tne ngnt place. t headquarters for Atlantic side
They say no efficient school life on the Canal Zone.
NEW YORK, Jan. 11 (UP)-An
FBI agent and a "dangerous"
murder suspect wounded each
other in a gun fight just off busy
Times Square last night when the
desperado made a futile attempt
to shoot it out with his captors.
The FBI nositivelv identified the viation netac.hment.
criminal as Albert Joseph Kostal.iBullis, assigned to Headouarters
ai, an escape aruss wamea in : company 01 tne 1st Battle Group
Denver, Colo., for the slaying of a 30th Infantry, is the son of M-
policcman during a grocery stick-,Sgt. William C. Bullls. 6th Arm-
up and kidnaping. ored Division, Fort Knox. Kv
KoBtal and Agent Frank H. Ger Cole, of the U.S. Army Aviation
nty, 37, oj Colonia, N.J., both Detachment, Caribbean, is the
were taken to St. Clare's hospital son of Clyde L. Cole. 413 7th
with leg wounds. Kostal later was.atreet, Michigan Center, Mich
iransierreo to uenevue Hospital s uecK. or u.o. Army Signal Srv
prison ward. Neither was serious- ice; is the son of Mrs. Lucille
ly wounded. Beck. 2525 No. Terrace Avenue
nusiai, wno came ciose 10 mas- Miiwau&ee, wis
ing good his boast he "never would
be taken alive," met his downfall
like"- another desperado of the 19 19-30's,
30's, 19-30's, John Dillinger.
The FBI said a woman "put the
finger" on Kostal who had regis registered
tered registered at the Hotel Dixie yester yesterday
day yesterday under the name of Joe Del Del-mar.
mar. Del-mar. Dillinger was shot to death by
FBI agents in Chicago as he left
a movie theater with "the Woman
in red" who had tipped jff au authorities
thorities authorities that Dillinger Would be
Capt Wall Acts
As Police Chief
Maj. B. A. Darden, chief of the
uanai zone police, left yester
day afternoon for St. Petersburg
Florida, where his wife. Mrs. Lil
lian B. Darden, is hospitalized.
During his absence, Capt. Gad
dis Wall, commander of the Bal
boa District, will be acting chief
fade out as it passed around the
earth, engineers said.
Tne Radio Moscow moon rocisei
broadcast was beamed to North
America at about the same time
Western radio stations were receiv
ing the new beeps. 1
t(,"From the technical standpoint
this Droblem (of toon travel) can
be solved even w," tne anony
mous radio commentator said
Soviet scientists are already
calculating the trajectories that
would be most advantageous for
flights to the moon and to other
close planets with tne least expen
diture of rower."
The broadcast described a theo
retical trip to the moon.
"A rocket shooting from the
earth at an initial speed of 24,000
mph would reach the moon in
115 hour. The cosmic flight
would consist of three laps.
"The first is the breakway from
the earth and entrance into free
space. This lap would take only a
The second is the flight through
vacuity by inertia with the motors
"Rocket engines might be used
to slow down for the landing.
Calculations shew however, that
in order to make a round trip te
the moon and back to earth, so
much fuel would be needed as te
exclude tho possibility of mak making
ing making such a roeke. It would
therefore bo necessary to set .up
a refuelling station of tne Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik tvoo .
"The first rockets to be launch
ed moonward from the space, sta
tion would be scouts carrying au
Miro s Offer
To Fight Duel
A bid by Ruben O. Mire, who
was recently acquitted of assas
sination charges, to fight a duel
en behalf of hit cousin, nawspa
per publisher Manuel M. Valdos,
was sidestepped recently by
Venezuelan Ambassador E&ieban
Chalbaud Gardens, according to
columnist Pantaloon Henriquei
Chalbaud is said te have come
to words by telephone with Val
dos ever a published report that
Venezuelan President Marcos
Perez Jimenez had ordered the
castration of military men who
are oppesed to him.
Accewitg te the report the
Ambassador went as far as
threatHilg to settle the matter
with Valdes "on tho field of hon
Later the tamo day Miro
called Chalbaud by telephone to
notify him that he would accept
the challenge on behalf of Val Valdos,
dos, Valdos, but the Venezuelan envoy is
said to have answered that tho
situation did not warrant such ac
Says Mafia Called
ALBANY. N.Y. fUPl-Diseloa.
ure that federal narcotics officials
believe the terrorist Mafia con convened
vened convened the Apalachin eantrland
'convention" heiehtened Dresiur
today for all-out state mobifija.
tion against the underworld.
Gov. Averell Harriman, it was
learned, will submit a Dronbut
for a powerful stae crime earn
mission to the Legislature by the
mrddleo f next week.
At the same time, the Dotftical
tussle over organized crime grew
percepuDiy warmer with the1 in
jection of Senate Majority Leader
Walter J. Mahoney's name' into
the fracas. The Buffalo RenubB.
can confirmed reports that hie
law firm represented a Bauer
company now headed by one of
the men picked up at Apalaehin.
The disclosure came shortly aft.
er federal narcotics agent JofJn T.
r- u ..jj: i:
iyusav:ii, siuuuing ms lesuMony
with the names of gangland elite,
told legislative investi g a to r
Thursday that the Mafia, a secret
Italian crime combine, called tho
Apalachin gathering th way a
corporation would convene
meeting of its board of directors.
The narcotics trade was "high
on the agenda" at Apalachin, with
at least three big-time "pjssheri'
in attendance, Cusack said.
u is mougnt possiwe, cusacf
said, that the orders of Lucky
Luciano and Joe Adonis in Itai
exile were delivered to Api
by f rank cucchiara, of bobi
Fiery Maria Gets x
From Milan Fans
MILAN, Italy (UP) American,
born soprano Maria Callas got a
heroine's welcome when she ar arrived
rived arrived here from Rome "to find a
little peace" before she goes to
Chicago to fill a singing date.
About 500 fans, shouting "ye
are divine and beautiful," greeted
Miss Callas at the railroad station
The singer went straight homf
to bed, leaving her husband, Gio
vanni Battista Meneghini, to wrea
tie with pending details of the has has-sle
sle has-sle touched off when she walkOd
out on a performance of "Nori
in Rome last week.
Meneghini called a lawyer at
soon as he and miss tauas
rived. He told newsmen ther
be legal developments"
perhaps meaning that Miss
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that he has no intention
promising the' nationalized
pany's grievance against Miss Ga Galas.
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THE MAIL BOX
PERFORMANCE IN PANAMA
.'jJke Til Be Back" (Mail Box, Jan. 4) I am a Panamanian,
and proud to be one. but I don't like the conditions existing in
my country today one little bit. ;hfi
i i don't like the way in which, for years and years aow the
government of the day has been arranging elections so that
ftlJX round in their big car, with
theh- hitih and miirhty airs, wanting to run the Canal, are just
out to louj th poor man. The big shots wants the Canal
MIwfrftte commissaries closed, and gok.what they want want-S
S want-S TheTthey went ahead and raised the Prc of merchandise
to Panama to a point where people less wealthy thaa the big
tints fan harelv live. .
As for the big shots' performance in industry l wouia
likfe to know whether the milk they sell comes from cows or
what they make it from. They send it to schools for the kidB,
nfl shortly you'd think the kids had dysentery.
"pasZnian canned goods aren't any good. Locally-made
ieUv won't jell Recently I bougnt a pair oi ruttu-m.u.
ihoL on a Mondarand on Wednesday took them back to show
Shopkeeper the soles peeling off as if I had been wearing
them for two years instead of two days.
The Panama popt office well, we've be reading plenty
abouWhat fin organization and its mail wtjers. It's a tonga
And I Panama's big shot doctors all they are good for is
Ddn tht ahd lor, .5-btro. Try getting 'WWjeM
visit it costs you $3 or $4 a visit, plus mjbe $2 or $3 for ln ln-iSttoa.,
iSttoa., ln-iSttoa., andVnlop of this the cost of half a dozen prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions which do no good at all.
The doctors barely pay you any attention OK. go home,
come back tomorrow." Tomorrow it's another fee, anci then
SSther till thev think they have got enough of your dough.
Th2T eitSdon? have'to come back, or they give you a
"u VaSL and your paper is from a private
doctor, there's no admittance for you. If tfs from a public
TtoSwung girl who has been sick for two weekshow
with a fever Hte vpoor mother took her to two doctors
cXecutlve times before they told her the gtf had malaria, Tne
mother told me with, tears in her eyes: '1 should have taken
up doctoring, because it's nothing but a racket to Panama.
I suggest that the big shots start creating some kind 1 of
work so that the poor people their treaty left unemp-oyeri may
he' something tohve 6n. Let's ail help each other, or Pan Panama
ama Panama is going to come crashing down around the ears of all of
us some day soon. SUpt
the other hand? thy maid rh be nolpee.
leaveMT job anv time she, is ready. ..
80 all boils down, to this if the
ti hi.. ih. moiric with nil the. erioes. moans and
groans about their gringo employer to produce to me any maid
wnrlting in the?anal Zone who has been forced to do so. On
w .v,,."T. L.. r.nihM tir(H tiv work nan
mM are not satis-
mLj .it-u ut- nVi ihooaiiso their emnlovers don't feed them i
property the work 7h TSTtardTtoe pay is too low) they can the rnk and-file leaders of this
mite rnghway empire. They will not a-
Then they can go and find a Hob with the good pay and ; gaiilN want a strong central lead lead-the
the lead-the short hours and the good working conditions, they want.' er. And there are those "Wide the
That is, if they can qualify for such a job 'Teamsters who believe that Jim
AnV maid WhO Cf-nnOt IOIIOW mis auvie nafi uu iuum w nun win iv-Ayyi auc uic uusta
' nTnnnct fafloitiet him And cton
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By VICTOR RIESEL
If some of the boys can dip into
the dues money, why can 1 not
steal trom ShafcesDeare to sav
that, their kind oi labor leader
ship rests on them these days
"line a giant's robe upon a dwarf
For, u you scan the land to see
who will lead labor in '58, you see
the age of giants slowly ending in
a mess of scandals and plodding
statistics instead of sweeping id idealism.
ealism. idealism. The giants of yesteryear wheth
er you thought them plug-uglies or
Paul Bunyans are a tiny band
today, almost forgotten by the
younger business unionists
It is" the mark of 1958, for exam
pie, that John Llewelyn Lewis,
who humbled many a U.t. Proa-
dent, today heads one of the na
tion's smaller unions, though once
it dominated all. At most, the
thunderer of old now leads some
200,000 to 240,000 working coaldrg
Though still brilliant, still with
hundreds of muttons of dollars at
his polished fingertips and still
imaginative enough to arouse the
country, Lewis is being virtually
ignored by all men of power in
labor and industry.
Just as the miner's pickaxe no
longer is the flashing symbol of
political and industrial power, so
the swiftly-turning wheel of the
seal of the great Brotherhood of
Teamsters has stmk deep into the
This it net merely tht result
of the trials and tribulations of
that second-class giant, Days
Back, for whose, income tax
evasion trial next April tht gey.
ernmant already has subpanaed
Teamsfors Secretary Tree surer
Johnny English, who anticipates
a long stay in ths State of
Washington. Nor li ths Team Teamster
ster Teamster Brotherhood's plight duo ts
ths national pincsr offensive a a-gaintt
gaintt a-gaintt Jim Hoffe.
It was been generally : overlook overlooked
ed overlooked by the public that the Team
sters Union has had no national
leaders running it for months. Yet
its locals function. They win rais raises.
es. raises. They have shown the country
that the guidance of a strong na national
tional national leader is not necessary.
They have proved that the world's
largest union can function without
a full-time national president and
even without a permanent national
execuive committee. They have
proved that huge national trea treasuries
suries treasuries are not necessary and that
ven 1,000 local unions may not
need a central headquarters at all
and certainly not, one which be becomes'
comes' becomes' a private government of its
From this a daring will flow into
A Husband Tired f Their Griping
HOW TO SIDESTEP CONGRESS
li I see Panama's Ambassador in Washington, former Presi President
dent President Dicky Arias, is unhappy with Congress again because of
delay in passing legislation to implement certain provisions of
the 1955 US-Panama treaty.
' at l 11 XI e ... Dn.a of fnnirrocc frir tsntk T h 1 VI 17
another from- time to time, I think it's no more than com-
down in 1958. His preference will
be for Chicago's Sandy OIBrien,
or the money counter, Johnny Eng
lish. But Hoffa may, in the end,
give way to Chicago's Bill Lee or
the current caretaker, Vice-President
But whether or not the wily lit little
tle little giant steps aside, his fight on
Walter Reuther really begins this
year. It will be a strategic year
for any war on the Auto Union
hospitality-to accord the W right to such distinguish- ( LuTer wiU nUgnto
. ed visitors to the US a6 Ambassador Arias. mduetrv
However, while most of us are in no position to remedy the au2 LT, w ta t.
wongs we fancy we are suffering at the lawmaker' h? ; tack bv nearly a score ofDOwer-
a t thW he 8PeftkS f0f haVe the r6adlly t0 adlUSt fulVnstructlon xtZ MT.
llT ,rW?Li... aa. j,,,..!.. it hai n i,ai en if he isn't cut. down by his ene-
ne cuinpiauia hai VUubims jo uk,,b.8 .no n.o mjR j .ro phpr will havo lit
.rk. equal, pay" legislation which' it is presumed will have the SSr oftfe Tnte i
Hect OI raising local-rate wages on me uanai icoiie. natinnal frnnt r In th AF1 ( in
ow as the term implies, "local-rate" wages are geared to fSJjP
the prevailing scales in the area. If the Panamanian govern- H.. t2I
me hiked the salaries of their own employes (right, now about caf Jhi?gil,e these early
half that which the iniquitous Panama canal pays its Pan Pan-amanian
amanian Pan-amanian employes in corresponding positions), why then, be because
cause because the locality rate had been raised US Government agen-
. les on e Zone would be' obliged to raise wages accordingly,
Without waiting for Congressional action.
Thus the fair and generous nowers-that-be in Panama,'
kxan f Ulflpol AAAiAe fr. Uni f rtr ittnrriii- nil wri1 AmViIaiiA 1
this node purpose without the embarrassment of. having to ."l1! r,. ? "tL.fy
WHfll WHIWIH IIIUII IIS WIIM-l IIBSJII
slogan d; autonomy, to this now
days of the new year.
There now is only on old-fashioned
giant left among the na national
tional national labor chiefs. Hs it George
Meany. I.j broad steps have
carried all labor from the era
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By BOB RUARK
MAN ABOUT TOWN
"Peyton Place" author Grace
Metalious and her disc jockey beau
(D. J. Martin) let it freeze mto
an iceberg... Ex Ambassador -N.
Y, Mayor Bill O'Dwyer's new
thrill is lovely Marjorie Hall own owner
er owner of dress shops in Mexico... Don't
invite Maurice Evans and Piper
Laurie to the same u-knowhat...
Their pals suspect Liz Taylor's
ex-husband actor M Wilding and
Susan Nell will duit... It's a dghtr
(Ola) for the Theatre Guild's Phi
lip Langners at Dr's Hosn... Bar
bara Hutton is confounding the
wronguessers by dating youthful
socialite James Douglas... Anna
Magnani's new heart throblem
Is rich, young Cesare Pavonni, an
architect builder in Italy... A sen sensational
sational sensational $2,500,000 law suit by the
young Gir1 Friday of a Pennsy
oilinnaire (Repuigwig) starts
Jan. 14th before Referee T. Bra
dy in Bronx Supreme Court. The
lawsuit (cloaked in great secrecy
until just now) involves subpena subpena-ing
ing subpena-ing recods of the Hotel Ambassa
dor for the past 15 years. Editors
can confirm with plaintiff's lawy lawyer,
er, lawyer, Wm. Richter.
rem ths N. Y. Journal Ame
rican: "Nicolae Malaza, multi-mil
lionaire former Romanian muni
tions king, has been ordered de
ported after being accused of .col .collaborating
laborating .collaborating with both the Nazis and
Communists. He also was charged
witn navmg come to the U.S. il illegally
legally illegally on a visa obtained four
years ago"... He has appealed the
deportation order. He lives at 1158
Fifth Ave... This col'm on Feb.
25th 1948 dc- oted the entire space
to Malaxa and his activities. We
titled it: "Balkanaxi on Broad-
The frsnttic frantlc-flin liddine
opera star Mme Callas is best
understood by the Greenwhich Vil Villagers,
lagers, Villagers, who call her "Butch"...
Hadda Brooks and her hllcVmnri
have Hadit. Dody G. is getting
ton of the watch clan... Don't in- ern faith now that emperor wor
2a. ha j;a t. i i-ili; i i j
snip is oanuea in japan... xou can
saieiy wager that folks will re
member the ditty "Mary Lou" long
aner reggy sue" (a rock-and
roll hit) is embalmed... Add
sound-a-hkes: "Love Ie Forever"
and Carrie Jacobs Bond's classic,
"Just A-Wearyin' for You''
Then there's "A Very Special
Love" and ihe o 1 d i o "Tuxedo
Junction"... They keep saying A
ano v neir Huntington Harttord
and his actress wife Marjorie
Steele made the parting perman permanent.
ent. permanent. Friends hoped the expected
image would reconcile them...
Frank Miller's New Year's card
from Elgin, 111.: "May your best
days of '57 be your worst in '58."
vite Cosmopolitan editor (and star)
Richard Gehman and Robert
Paul Smith to thar same poolroom
They'd cue each other unconsci
ous... Comic Jack Carter and danc
er Jose Greco were others who
didden swap holiday presents dur during
ing during their Americana booking. .Look
has a hoticle by former Collier's
ace Peter Maas which the Penta
gon tried to smother... Russian
Tea Room regulars report "Pat"
Merdith (of "Fanny") and Army
Capt. Ted Wilson will take Reno Reno-vocaine....
vocaine.... Reno-vocaine.... Overheard about a new
teevee favorite: "All the mistakes
Arthur Godfrey made in a year
he made in a week.
Most U. S. editors, impressed
by a London columnist'sdateline,
fell for the latest Ava Gardner
fable for the second time in as
many weeks... We debunked it im immediately
mediately immediately after the original one
line item was blown up and pad padded
ded padded into front page banner head headlines
lines headlines on both coasts... The Lon London
don London columnist apparently had just
caught up with the exaggeration
and offered it as a hot-diggity
' scloosuf .... Almost as soon ajH
the the story broke the nrst time
we disclosed how the movie star
got her face banged up... Not
from a horse's kick but from the
fist of a new Spanish pursuiter ..
Miss Gardner did not flee back
to Spain from fear of an opera operation
tion operation but because her income tax
setup is so gimmicked nd a pro prolonged
longed prolonged stay in the U. S. would
destroy her capital gains deal.
While the rest of us in the "high "higher
er "higher bracket" are punished with a
tax of 91c out of each dollar.. .A .A-va's
va's .A-va's intimates also revealed
she is so mixed up that her
Uncle Sam will eventually get all
of her loot anyhow.
Rumor foreign correspondents
can check; we're too bizzy: That
the corwn Prince of Japan is in interested
terested interested in embracing Judaism.
Only pressure from royal kin
prevents it. The alleged reason:
await the pleasure of the ignoble Gringo
. A. great opportunity, as I see it. for the Governmenf. of
sPahama to provide convincing proof that it is interested in the
Sell-being of all- Panamanians, not lust rattling a tin cup
ider TJncle Sam's nose.
I await developments with interest. For some reason I am
not folding my breath.
.. Equal Performance for Equal Noise
I am writing to thank the donors who recently gave me
blood. I am also thanking all the nurses, doctors and workers
. who cooperated to help. me. And I'm thanking God for guiding
the doctor's hand during my operation I will always remember
all those .who helped me, and will always say a word of prayer
LAFAYETTE, TEDDY ROOSEVELT, ETC.
' r have nn -intention of setting into this argument about
whether Panama should or should not get a 50-50 sp.it of the
income from the Panama canal, but it seems to me that Old
Timer" (Mail Box, Jan. 3) and others of his ilk are going off
on a tangent when they talk about the aid given to the Pan Pan-amanian
amanian Pan-amanian eeparatlst movement by the United States.
It seems to me that somewhere in history is recorded the
fact that a Frenchman by the name of LaFayette somehow
aided the colonlets In their struggle to get out from under Brit British
ish British domination. Yet I, don't see the French going around say saying
ing saying that Americans would still be living in log cabins had it
not been for France.
Like "PanCanal" (Mall Box, Jan. 12), I would like to know
who gets a maid for such starvation wages as $20 a month,
and where that employment bureau is located.
Not that I want to go there, I lust don't believe it exists.
I have had the eame maid for many years and think the
world of her. Believe she likes me, too, or she would have
me comes fouf days a week and gets $40 a month, and
she's worth it.
I I'm tired of disgruntled maids and psttsiraonious house house-wfre.
wfre. house-wfre. PanCanal No. 2
As long as Meany is president
of the AFL-CIO, its national head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Washington will be the
central authority. No union will be
able to carry the AFL CIO label
long if it is crooked. The AFL-CIO
now is one integrated movement.
Meany is its spokesman and lead leader.
er. leader. From now on the individualists,
the public-be damned crowd, the
hyper politicalized personalities,
the cute cut-up boys like good old
Jimmie Petrillo, the ancient vint vint-aged
aged vint-aged ones who have run their u-
nions from behind iron doors all
of these, as well as the "dwarf-
of these, as well as the "dwar-
between the archaic privileges of
outmoded labor b a r o n i e a and
They will grumble. But they will
choose Meany. For without him
their empires dissolve. The pub public
lic public will surely turn against the u u-nions
nions u-nions if they abandon Meany,
whom the people trust.
the right time from Gene Hamil-He would like to embrace a West
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Pleat tend your postcard nttm
ing your Television favorites to
Walter Winchell, N. Y. Mirror,
235 E. 45 St., NYC 17... The Coi
umn is taking its own Nielsen-
Bureau and Trendex to see how
it compares with the surveys
wmcn report what you and your
y flaw MAISON
WASHINGTON Sen. Lyndon
Johnson ef Texas, who is conduct conducting
ing conducting a leisurely probe of our mis mis-sue
sue mis-sue snaiu, should take a look at
President .Eisenhower's own per personal
sonal personal reports on our failure to ed educate
ucate educate scientists. Eisenhower knew
about this danger loqg ago, but
In fact, even as early as 1951,
when Eisenhower was still presi president
dent president of Columbia University, ids
advisers pointed to the grave dan danger
ger danger of American failure to educ educate
ate educate scientists and technicians.
As a result of this prompting
from Columbia University advis advisers,
ers, advisers, the Ford Foundation gave a
grant to establish the National
Manpower Council at- Columbia.
Later, on May 18, 1953, after
Eisenhower became President, the
council he appointel gave him this
blunt warning: "Progress is re retarded
tarded retarded and even national security
is weakened by failure to provide
proper education and training for
a vast reservoir of highly intelli intelligent
gent intelligent young people."
This report was presented to Ei Ei-D.
D. Ei-D. Zellerbach, the San Francisco
paper mogul whose company is
now under investigation for pos possible
sible possible newsprint monopoly and who
was then chairman of the Man
Zellerbach is a good friend of
Eisenhower's, since then has been
appointed U. S. Ambassador to I-
Present st thn Whit Hnnin
Tiwhen Zellerbach made his report
was itowan uaitner, men presid president
ent president of the Ford Foundation and
the recent author of the top-secret
Gaither Report now resting on
These two men warned Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower that the United States to
day had only 155,000 scntists. Of
this, number, 'they said, only 15,000
were working on basic scientific
They urged better institutions
for teaching science and engineer
ing, better opportunities for mak
ing sure that talented youngsters
got college educations, bster prim primary
ary primary and high school educaions.
This report is now four years
The recommendations were dis discussed
cussed discussed at Cabinet level, and an
other committee was appointed.
This was a committee of different
departments of the government
which in turn led to still another
This process of appointing dif
ferent committees consumed a to
tal of three years. The final com
mittee, appointed in 1956, was call'
ed the President's Committee on
Scientists and Engineers.
However, despite the appoint appointment
ment appointment of three committees between
1951 and 1956, President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower did absolutely nothing about en encouraging
couraging encouraging scientific study until last
In fact, just three months before
Russia launched its two Sputniks,
President Eisenhower turned his
back on his own aid-to-education
bill when the Democrats tried to
Stage and screen star Paul Lu Lu-kas
kas Lu-kas is reported smitten with Ca Ca-millia
millia Ca-millia Castonne, one of Spain's
prettiest tennis aces... Book-of-the-Months
and the Literary Guild
will get the galleys of Even Hunt Hunter's
er's Hunter's sinful book ('Strangefs When
We Meet") next week. Our report
that both clubs snooted it was
premature. He, ha, howzat for a
second plug, (He means retrac retraction)...
tion)... retraction)... The Pete McGoverns of
CBS will add tot he mom-and-population.
Their 3rd image... Co Comic
mic Comic Will Jordan and televenus
Gloria Harmon are in harmony.
His latest gift: A string of poils...
Private eye Geo. Chekin is mend mending
ing mending at a Queens hosp... iBill Wake Wake-man
man Wake-man and Tina Louise duet-a-tete
at Spindletop nightly... Our lovely
daughter Walda is mending from
major surgery (following a Cae Caesarian)
sarian) Caesarian) for the 3rd time in 8
Dictator Trujillo is also on the
list for invasion by an army of
soldiers of fortune. Call themselves
"liberators"... The Copa's Holly
...Steve Allen (on his show) said
Peter Ustinov directed "Roman "Romanoff
off "Romanoff and Juliet." Geo. S. Kaufaman
won't like dat... Geo. Mantellis
twins take turns dating Dario Cas Cas-sino
sino Cas-sino at Cerutti's. (Howkinhetel?)
(of the 4 Coins) and Jean Bell
merged last week... The Marque Marquess
ss Marquess de Portago (Carole McDaniels)
has resumed with her best kept
secret... Lloyd Shearer is doing
an essay on M. Todd for Parade.
It should be a beeyoot... Teevee
is like this: Even with nearly ev every
ery every critic praising a show plus
telegrams of congrats from net network
work network and sponsor chiefs and op option
tion option renewals and tall rating
you still go daffy waiting for the
next Trendex, Nielsen, Hooper,
Pulse and ARB scores. To get the
next option picked up.
Two "respected" medicos in H' H'-wood
wood H'-wood are getting the microscope
treatment from Uncle San. Gener Generous
ous Generous with narcotic prescriptions
and abortion jobs... A prominent
lawyer sighed with relief when
scandal mag lawsuits were set settled.
tled. settled. Allegedly tipped various mag
editors about his clients. (Wonder
how he listed the loot on his
tax reports )... One of the top
tootling, jazzists is at Bellevue.
Two other jazz stars are in psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric wards in Connecticut
Art Cohn (a Runyon find) resum resumed
ed resumed colyuming (after 14 years) in
the San Francisco Examiner this
week. Welcome to the padded cell
section ...Crown Record Co. has
a new L. P titled: "I'm in the
Nude for Love"... Stan Lewis
and Joan Conn eloped New Year's
Eve... Myron Cohen says the Ar Army
my Army shouldn't have announced
Presley's deferment. Russia was
all set to surrender!
pass it in Congress. It was de defeated.
feated. defeated. ,v
It was not until Oct. 4, after the
first Sputnik was launched, and
when the average American be became
came became aware of how badly the U U-nited
nited U-nited States was slipping behind
Russia in producing scientist and
engineers, that the President got
Washington salesladies pay trib tribute
ute tribute to Mamie Eisenhower as ah
efficient Christmas shopper. They
say she knew what she wanted,
didn't waste their time asking for
a lot of superfluous itei.is ... Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson, an elder in the Mormon
Church, puts his religion to work
even with his critics. At Christ Christmas
mas Christmas time he wrote some of his
most consistent newspaper critics
to thank them for their "good
work." "We did appreciate your
friendship," he said. "May you
and your family at this Christmas
time and throughout the New Year
enjoy the spirit of Him whose
birth we celebrate." ... Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Jim Langlcy, our envoy to
Pakistan, reported that he had at attended
tended attended a concert in New Delhi,
given by Negro soprano Marian
Anderson. Prime Minister Nehru
was there. "I saw Nehru brush
tears from his eyes when Miss An Anderson
derson Anderson sang the Negro spiritual
'He's Got the Whole World in His
Hands,' Langley reported ...Re ...Returning
turning ...Returning from a trip through Eu Europe
rope Europe Sen. Joe Clark of Philadel
phia reports, "the difference be between
tween between an American and a French Frenchman
man Frenchman is that a Frenchman knows
when he doesn't have a govern government."
ment." government." HE KNEW CAPONE
Italian Americans can be proud
of the men they have elected to
high office, among them such fam famous
ous famous names as Mayor Fiorello Lo Lo-Guardia
Guardia Lo-Guardia of New York, Mayor
Tommy D'Alesandro of Baltimore,
and. Mayor Angelo Rossi of San
Francisco. They also have some
fine men in Congress today.
They may not be so enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic over the latest man elected
Roland V. Libonati, the Chicago
criminal lawyer who has just be become
come become the first Italo-American Con Congressman
gressman Congressman from Illinois.
Libonati first came, to fame as
attorney for Martin Durkin (no re relation
lation relation to the ex-Secretary of Lab Labor),
or), Labor), who was sentenced to 35 years
in 1927 for killing an FBI agent.
Since then Libonati was photo photographed
graphed photographed at a baseball, game with
Al Capone, and won notoriety by-co-sponsoring
the Broyles biH in
the Illinois Legislature requiring
loyalty oaths from Illinois teach teachers.
ers. teachers. The bill was backed by Repub Republican
lican Republican Senator Broyles and Demo Democrat
crat Democrat Libonati, despite the opposi opposition
tion opposition of Democrat Adlai Stenven Stenven-son
son Stenven-son and Republican Governor
Libonati is now elected to ths
seat once filled by the venerable,
much loved Congressman Adolph
Sabath who represented "The
Loop" in Congress for 46 years,
was replaced by Congressman
James Bowler, who died recently.
Any Democrat running in this
melting-pot district is certain of
"I was horn in The Loop at
Clark and Polk Streets," Libonati
told this column. "I was happy to
be Adolph's friend. My father was
a violinist. He came to the United
States at the age of three that
was in 1865.
"I have always been in politics,"
he continued., "As a roung man I
had an active interest in the poli political
tical political questions. I used to make
speeches. In .Washington I've got
to start over again and I'll be hp hp-py
py hp-py to learn. I want to be trained
and I want everyone to help me."
Libonati. describes himself as a
ONLY HUSBAND OBJECTED
BRISTOL, England (UP- Rent
collector Herbert Jelf was acquit acquitted
ted acquitted Wednesday of imoroperly as assaulting
saulting assaulting housewife Edith Green
over a two-year period of weekly
visits. She admitted she never
comolained of his kisses although
her husband objected.
The judge said: "I suppose it is
a rather dull job, rent collecting."
The right kind of person I
you for what you are. The wrong
kind takes. you for what you
Answer to Previous Pusxle
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17 Biblical name
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0 Cornish town
10 Muse of
12 Birds' homes
26 Mine entrance 38 Writing
27 Devotee tablets
28 Wheys of milk 39 Church
telescopic 1? Possess
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25 Keep back
30 Editors (sb.)
31 Use smoked
a solar eclipse
33 Make a
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43 Race count
44 Rubber tree
47 Big or
1 53 Eye medicine
34 Method of
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MR. AND MRS. LEIGH CRAMER will leave Panama next week
fftw tS? The Cramer, have been residents! the Isth-
mu. 1M2, atod have made many friend here.
US AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON
GIVE DINNER IN HONOR OF CRAMERS
The Ambassador of tha United States
Mrs. Julian Flake Harrington are flvin a dinner at their
Sencethu wninf to honor of Jw-f g"
Firit National City Rank of New York and Mrs. Lelfh R.
C" Mr!' and Mrs. Leigh R. Cramer, who have been residents
of the Isthmus since 1942, will leae Puuh next week to
in New York where Mr. Cramewill be connected with
t"! He?d MfS of the First National City Bank of New
MV. Cramer, has nearly 80 yean
of service with tho Bank. Prior
to coming to the Isthmus, ho serv serv-od
od serv-od in various capacities m several
Far Eastern branches including,
Honf Kong, where he and Mrs.
Cramer were married. Their
daughter Annoy who was horn in
Hong Kg, attended
Zone schools and is now living in
JTokyo Japan where her husband
If .Robert Nourse is stationed with
the U. S. Army.
Following Mr. Cramer's depar depar-nr.
nr. depar-nr. J Paul Sidebotham, manag-
kt, th Panama Branch, will
become the senior official of the
First National City (Bank on the
After so many years spent on
the Isthmus, the Cramers nave
como to consider Panama as their
homo and they will look forward
to returning here as frequently
as possible to visit their many
friends both in Panama and the
Capt. and Mrs. Duncan
Entertain For I
Capt. and Mrs. Piter W. Dun Duncan
can Duncan of Margarita entertained for
their houseguests, Mrs. Duncan's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. John Morris Brown, on Thurs Thurs-rla
rla Thurs-rla v evening. Mr. and Mrs. Brown,
who are, from New York, arrived
Tuesday on the SS "Tungus."
Other guests included Capt. and
Mrs. John Campbell, Capt and
Mrs. William Clute, Capt. and
Mrs. Harry Clyton, Capt. and Mrs.
E. Carlson, Capt. and Mrs. Curri Currier,
er, Currier, Capt. and Mrs. A. J. McLean,
Capt. and Mrs. Roger Swain, Capt.
and Mrs. J. P Johnson and Capt
and Mrs. A. Wilder.
Holds Rush Dinner
At Ft. Amador
Delta Psi Omega, national dra dramatic
matic dramatic fraternity in the Canal Zone
Junior College, held a "Rush Din Dinner"
ner" Dinner" for the members of the east
and the stage manager of "Wond "Wonderful
erful "Wonderful Summer" oh Thursday even evening
ing evening at the Fort Amador Officers'
The group met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Turbyfill and later
held its "Chicken-in-the basket"
dinner on the front porch of the
club. Charles Wibel, cast director
and Charles Morris, business ma manager
nager manager of the fraternity were in
charge of arrangements and pre presided
sided presided at the dinner.
In addition to those named, oth others
ers others attending were: Elsie Billy,
Sheila Fosarty, Maria Girard, Lee
Greene, Jack Hammond, Bill
Hatchett, Maureen Kessler, Eric
Larsen, Beth Little, Gladys Miller,
Dee Selby and Angela Valentine.
Following the dinner the group
enjoyed! an entertainment of
speeches, poems, jokes, presenta presentations
tions presentations and the like.
On Wednesday, January 15, the
Curundu Women's Club will hold
a swimming party at 9 a.m. at
the new Curundu swimming pool,
for all members and their guests.
Last WeRnesday the club held
its regular business meeting of
the month, with the president,
Connie Reichart, presiding.
Hostesses for the occasion were
the tMesdames Margaret Johnson
and Marjorie Redding. Members
attending were: Mrs. uioria
Brown, Melida Bembench, Ellen
Moudy, Lucy Sexton, Lorraine
lent, Thelma Guibert, Jean Bra-
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dy, Hattie Lair, Annaberta Leap,
Marj. Redding, Barbara Marohl
and Margaret Johnson.
On Wednesday, Jan. 22, the club
will have the regular card party.
Dr. and Mrs. Mark Hoekenga,
who were Isthmian residents while
Dr. Hoekenga interned at Gorgas
Hospital, have returned to Puer Puer-week
week Puer-week in Panama City. With them
were Mrs. Hoekenga's parents who
were here for the holidays, and
wht have returned to California.
Dr. Hoekenga is chief of the Unit
ed Fruit Comany Hospital in Puer Puerto
to Puerto Armuelles.
At Bl Panama Hilton
Pierre R. Jaquillard. General
Manager of El Panama Hilton has
announced that the popular dry
season Buffet will begin on Sun
day night in the North Patio.
Chef Rastello has promised i
beautiful array of delicous dishes
for this occasion.
An added feature of the Sunday
night Buffet will be dancing under
the stars to the music of Lucho
Azcarraga and His Conjunto.
On TV Postponed
General psychology, a college
level course scheduled to begin
Jan. 6 on CFN-TV's "Classroom
Camera," has been postponed un until
til until Feb. 3.
Education officials at Hearquar Hearquar-ters
ters Hearquar-ters U. S. Army Caribbena said
that showing of the filmed course
is being delayed in order to tel
vise it in conjunction with a si
milar coursv in general psycholo
gy to be offered by Florida State
Observance of the first Sunday
after Epiphany at St. Paul's
Church will start with Holy Com Communion
munion Communion at 6 a.m. and continue
with the sung Eucharist and ser sermon
mon sermon at 9 a.m. and solemn vesp vespers
ers vespers and sermon at 7 p.m.
Officiant ana preacner at all
services will be the Rev. Allen
The Church School wilt hold its
usual session at 10:45 a.n. with
H. L. Rose, superintendent in
Two officers and two civilians
from the G-l Section, U. S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean left via MATS Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from Albrook Air Force Base
for a biennial manpower survey
of various military units in U. S.
Army Forces Antilles.
The group, to return Jan. 31, in includes
cludes includes Majors Raymond A. Banks
and Robert N. Lee and civilians
Arrwin J. Janssen and Harry B.
KADAR TO VISIT YUGOSLAVIA
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UP)
Premier Janos Kadar of Com Communist
munist Communist Hungary will head an offi official
cial official delegation to Yugoslavia, it
was reported unofficially here to today.
day. today. The reports said the date of
the proposed visit has not yet
been set. Official Yugoslav spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen refused comment on the reports.
WJK MOVfS nuvrcow If
ff )by Enkina JotimJst
(For 20 years Hal Kanter, writ writer,
er, writer, producer, and director, has
been recognized as one or the
sharpest comedy writers in Ho?ty
wood. In a new movie, which he
wrote and directed, he has reviv revived
ed revived old fashioned slapstick com comedy
edy comedy and in a guest column for
Ertkine Johnson he explains why.)
" By HAL KANTER
HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-f he ques question
tion question on everybody's lips today is:
what's happening to America s
sense oi humor V Why aren't we
lunny any more?
Alter 20 years of toil in the corn cornfields
fields cornfields of comedy perhaps 1 can
provide one explanation; we are
Deing talked into a state of insen insen-sibiuty.
sibiuty. insen-sibiuty. When was the first time Man
Because no document on the sub subject
ject subject is available, it would appear
sale to assume it was during the
Stone Age. Ug, the caveman, had
barbecued a dinosaur rump over
his lire and the at dripped and
formed a puddle in front of his
cave. Later that evening, when Ag
came over to Ug's cave to borrow
a club for a date, Ag didn't see
the lat, stepped in it and flew toes-over-tea-kettle
into the air.
This first pratfall elicited the
Down through history, people
laughed when other people DID
Genuinely funny men true
clowns depended on amusing
ACTIONS to be funny.
The words came later. It got
to the point where anyone could
SAY funny things. One need not
be original; if one repeats a joke,
one can be tunny.
The words came later. It got to
the point where anyone could SAY
funny things. One need not be on
ginai; if one repeats a joke, one
Mil Ut IUIIUJ.
When radio reached maturity
it was not important that a comed
ian BE funny; he needed only to
SOUND funny. As a result, the
generation of comedy writers who
grew UD in radio were trained tn
think in terms, of wordsnot in
terms of visual humor.
The movies had found their
voice about the same time and
jokes popped ud in dialogue rath.
er thari in action. We were begin
ning io pe laixea to death, and
tne old-time practitioners of pan
tomime were dying out.
With the expansion of rarfin snH
television entertainment pouring
into millions of homes these a-
rose the tears of the sponsors that
they might-alienate nennM thrnuoh
humor. More and more walls went
up around more and more subjects
providing sanctuaries against the
siings ana arrows of outrageous
The people themselves drove
me comedians down -narrow al
well, out at Universal Inter International,
national, International, we feel the people are
reauy io accept a return to the
om-iashioned slapstick kind of co
medy that pokes fun at ourselves
We've gotten) two remarkable
new young comedians, Dan Row Rowan
an Rowan and Dick Martin, who not only
y tunny uungs, out uo funny
We've given them a supporting
cast of excellent players, such as
manna iiyer and Leif Enckson
ana a truly funny new comedi
enne, mta Talbot.
We've added another newcom newcomer,
er, newcomer, John McGiver, whom you
saw as the distraught husband in
Billy Wilder's "Love in the After Afternoon";
noon"; Afternoon"; we have also brought back
some silent movie comics and
western stars of yesteryear.
We've -mixed them all together
in a fast, furiously funny comedy
called "Once Upon a Horse."
A train jumps the tracks and
runs wild, wrecking a western
town. A steer invades a black blacksmith's
smith's blacksmith's shop. The blacksmith (a
weight lifter who calls himself the
world's strongest man) picks up
the steer and tosses him out into
A Miss Universe contest winner
has her bridal gown r i p p t d of
when a fight starts at her wed wedding.
ding. wedding. A feilow has all of his teeth
pulled out, one by one, in a dent dentist's
ist's dentist's chair. It's mad but I earn earnestly
estly earnestly hope that your reaction to
the classic, antic manner gets as
much of a laugh from you as Ag's
foot in the fat got from Ug.
AIRMAN SUCKED INTO J IT
LAKE CHARLES, La. (UP) -T.gL
Robert W. Pemberton, 28,
of Clevis, N. M., was sucked into
one of the jet engines of a big
B-47 bomber Wednesday and
killed. Officials said his death re resulted
sulted resulted from head and internal injuries.
Five-Day Conference Of MM, MAAG
Chiefs Gets Under Way Here Monday
A five-day conference of U. S.
Army Caribbean military missions
and military assistance advisory
group chiefs through Central and
South America will be held, begin beginning
ning beginning Monday, at Headquarters U.
S. Army Caribbean.
The annual conference will in include
clude include MM and MAAG chie s from
Brazil, Nicaragua, Honduras, El
Salvador, Chile, Peru, Paraguay,
Uruguay, Venezuela, Colombia, Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, Guatemala, Ecuador, Costa
Rica, Panama and Bolivia.
Arriving irom the states to join
the conference will be four repre
sentatives from the Department
of the Army, a representative
lrom the Continental Army Com Command,
mand, Command, and one representative from
the office of the Comptroller, DA.
The conference will be held in
two phases. The ifrst three days
constitute the mi'itary assistance
advisory group phase. Ihe last
two days consist of the regular an
nual mission con erence.
The conference will be opened
Modday morning at 8 o'clock with
welcoming remarks by Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, commanding
general, USARCARIB and Brig.
Gen. George i. bchiatter, u&Af,
assistant chief of staff, J-3, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command.
An introduction of the Depart
ment of Army conferees will be
made by Col. Ralph A. Jones, as
sistant chief of staff, G-3. Next in
line will be a review ot the agen agenda.
da. agenda. Then administrative announce
ments will be made.
The remainder of Monday and
Tuesday wi'l be devoted to con conferences
ferences conferences between military, assist assistance
ance assistance advisory groups and repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the training division,
G-3, ASRCARIB or members ot
the DA team.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednes
day, mission chiefs of nongrant
aid countries will comer with g-
3 and DA representatives, on MM
section matters, directives and
Make-up conferences lor grant
aid countries training problems
will take place Wednesday morn
ing. Wednesday afternoon, all mis-
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sion cnieis win auena a comer
ence at Caribbean Command Head
quarters at Quarry Heights.
Thursday is the big day of the
mission conference. Harrold will
again address the entire group
Then military missions and repre
sentatives lrom each of the USAR
CARIB G-sections will give pre
sentations throughout the rest of
On the last day of the confer
ence, Friday, the MM MAAG
chiefs will take up funding with
the Comptroller Section, Judge
Advocate matters and political
matters, Individual mission prob
New Service Battles Tropical Insects
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Termites, leaf -cutting ants and household Insects tra-
dilionallv have heen the scource of life In the tropics. New
chemicals and techniques, developed only in the past decade,
are placing tropical ants under numan control in we same
manner that the malarial mosquito and "Yellow Jack" were
conquered fifty years ago.
Methyl Bromise, a lethal gas heavier than air, is used under
plastic covers to exterminate drywood termites In buildings
and infested furniture. The same gas, introduced in small
Quantities to the entrance chambers of subterranean leaf-cut
ting ants, permanently destroys the queen ant, eggs and food
supply of this destructive tropical pest. Methyl Bromide des des-sipates
sipates des-sipates quickly in the open air and does not leave a poisonous
residue, but special equipment and expert handling are required
for Its safe use.
The Agricultural Development Corporation (Cia. Desarrollo
Agricola, S. A.), representatives in Panama of the Dow Chemical
Company, has established a pest-control branch to its opera operations
tions operations in Panama City and Colon. Mr. Don R. Klmcey has been
appointed manager of operations in the Pacific area while
Mr. Robert S. Shaw continues as manager of the Atlantic and
Colon Free Zone facilities.
"Servicio Pronto," the pest-control branch of the company,
specializes in scientific control of tropical Insects in buildlncs.
warehouses, and private homes and gardens. Telephone calls to
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777 will result in free consultation
and guaranteed contractual operations to solve tropical Insect
Spanish Singers and Dancers and Impersonators
3 SHOWS 3
9:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.- 1:30a.m.
lems will be discussed Friday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. The DA team attending the con conference
ference conference consists of: Col. L. V.
Green, Lt. Col. P.P. Hinkley, Maj.
H. A. Grace and Carl Tomasello.
Included in the group also are
Maj. S. H. Roberts of CONARC
and Walter Cooper of COA.
Attending from the missions are:
Maj. Gen. William J. Verbeck, U.
S. Army Element of the Joint Bra Bra-zilVUnited
zilVUnited Bra-zilVUnited States military commis commission;
sion; commission; Col. Leonard E. Echols, Ni Nicaragua;
caragua; Nicaragua; Col. Corstdn A. Greene,
Honduras; Col. Clebert L. Hail, El
Salvador; Col. Charles J. Payne,
Chile; Col. Wilton L. Sanders, Pe Peru
ru Peru and Col. St. Elmo P. Tyner, P
Co!. Ralph Talbot, Urugya; Col.
Otto B. Cloudt Jr., Venezuela; Col.
Daniel M. Cheston III, Colombia;
Col. Clark Lynn Jr., Cuba; Col.
Carl A. Buechner, Guatemala; Col.
Dan S. McMillin, Ecuador; Col.
Maurice C. Holden, Costa Rica:
Lt. Col. Willys E. Lord, Panama;
Lt. Col. Jess P. Unger, Bolivia and
Lt. Col. Frederick F. Lash, Brazil.
No one calls a housewife lazy
if she does a job well with the
least effort. One way to conserve
energy when cleaning is to avoid
sharp or jerky movements. Put
rhythm into cleaning or polishing
motions and make the task more
enjoyable because it is less tiring.
A wise homemaker retraces few
steps in doing a job. She does
this by having a cart or basket
handy with all supplies needed,
such as in ceaning. This saves
trips to another room for a polish
ing cloth, brush or liquid.
Dark corners and areas under
couches often are neglected when
it comes to cleaning. These are
good breeding areas for moths
and should' be cleaned regularly.
Use crevice tools to vacuum up upholstered
holstered upholstered pieces and spray them
with an approved insecticide if
the material is not already treated.
A new bathtub for baby has a
rolled rim that makes it easier to
carry. Its two molded in trays
will hold a washc oth and soap.
NATO BRASS TO MEET
top-ranking army officers from
five NAO countries will meet
here next Tuesday to discuss in
fantry problems and training, ut
ficers from the l&elgian, British,
French, West German and U.S
armies will participate in the con
The conferees will be feted with
a dinner party Thursday by t h e
General at the Fort Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Strviet
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" East and West vulnerable
South West North East
IV Pass 2N.T. Pass
4 V Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead A Q
Pessimistic Pete looked mourn
fully at the dummv and the own
"It would be too much to expect
the ace of spades to be right," he
mumbled as he nlaved the kin?.
East took his ace and the suit
was continued. Pete ruffed the
third lead and soliloquized again.
I guess that all four trumps
will show up somewhere. I have
not had a decent trumn break
since 1947. This time it dnon
matter too much. I have onlv hid
four hearts and I have a safety
play to guard against any trump
Pete was right. He led his four
of trumps and when West played
the three spot Pete put on dum dummy's
my's dummy's eight. This play held West
to one trump trick and Peto had
brought home his contract.
Actually Pete's play had been
a sure thing. With a two-two
trump break it would have cost
him a trick that he could well af afford
ford afford to lose and with a three-one
break he would come out even
since he would have to lose a
trump trick anyway.
If East had happened to hold all
four trurrips West would have
shown out. Pete would go up with
dummy's king and lead through
East to hold him to one trump
Q The bidding has been:
South West North East
1 A Pass 1 1 A i
1 N.T. Pass 3 NX Pass
You, West, hold.
AS 2 875 Q87 AKJ984
What do you lead?
A The six of clubs. Your club
suit may easily develop enouch
tricks to beat this contract.
The bidding has been:
South West North East
1 Double 8A Double
Pass Pass Pass
You, West, hold:
AKJS2 AKlt4 7 AQJ1IS
What do you lead?
KJJsto will repair electric lines on
the Panama Distribution System.
Between 5 a.m. and 11 a.m. on
Sunday, January 12 in the following
Centra Ave. from 8th Street to Car Carlos
los Carlos Clement Street.
"4" Ave. from 8th Street to 10th
Jose Obaldia Street.
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This attractive FLEXALUM Aluminum Marquee was Installed by the
Good Neighbor Cocktail Lounge as token of gratitude and ap-
precis lion lor the patronage shown by their numerous customer,,.
by giving them protection lrom the rain ana tne sua.
The FLEXALUM Aluminum Awnings and Marquees offered by
MODERNA, S.A. are not only reasonably priced, but In addition add'
unequaled beauty and distinction to all types of buildings and homes.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1951
Tanks, Plane Infantry Stage Attack
At Venado Beach for Latin Observers
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More than 100 oificeri from Fort Gulick's US ARC ARID
School for Latin American personnel crossed the Isthmus re recently
cently recently for a one-day visit to Fort obbe with a military demon demonstration
stration demonstration at the top of the schedule. Participating were mem members
bers members of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, and D Company,
Upon arrival at Venado Beach Range scene for the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration official greetings from acting post commander Lt.
Col. Ralph E. Rose were extended to the group, which repre represented
sented represented 21 South and Central. American countries. i
The demonstration, one of infantry troops and taf ks In an
attack phase, was under prepaart ion for nearly two weekj.
PART OF THE PREPARATORY WORK for the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration involved miles of wire lading. Here 1st Lt: .Andrew Lewis,
-Pvt. Jerome Zing and Pfc. Gary piegge work in jungle
Project officer for the demon demonstration
stration demonstration Lt. Col. J. C. Brink Brink-assisted
assisted Brink-assisted by the officers and men of
518th Engineer Company, under
command of 1st. Lt. David P. Lar Lar-sen,
sen, Lar-sen, directed the construction of
over 100 demolition pits for one one-half
half one-half pound artillery simulator
In addition, more than 18 miles
of communications wire was laid
and camouflaged by the Battle
Group communications platoon.
When the problem was over,
Capt. John Basye informed his
men that every inch of these 18
miles must be recovered.
The demonstration itself began
with an introduction in Spanish by
Maj. Attilio Lopez-Ameru narra narrator
tor narrator for the problem, and the roar
of five tartks that assembled be before
fore before the students.
After the hum of the motorssfad motorssfad-ed
ed motorssfad-ed away, each four-man crew
dismounted and the lunction ot
each was discussed.
As the team drove away to pre prepare
pare prepare for another phase, the nar narrator
rator narrator discussed the major advant advantage
age advantage o fthe team: mutual support.
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This was followed by a squad of
men supported by a tank.
This team encountered a half
dozen, situations demonstrating
tms support under simulated com
Climaxing the semi annual af affair
fair affair was a team of five tanks with
infantry troops in an attack on an
objective a hill to the right of
AH tactics and techniques of
fire and maneuver coupled with
aerial support were utilized to pro provide
vide provide one of the most successiul
demonstrations to date.
Following lunch at Fort Kobbe,
the Fort Gullck students watched
a communications demonstration
presented by the communications
platoon of the 1st Battle Group
on the parade field.
The display, under direction of
Basye, Battle Group communica communications
tions communications officer, showed various ways
to lay field wire including as assistance
sistance assistance from, an L-19 aircralt, pi piloted
loted piloted by Capt. Richard E. LaBrode
U.S. Army Aviation Detachment.
The program was narrated in
Spanish by Capt. William Domin Domin-guez,
guez, Domin-guez, a signal officer and instruc instructor
tor instructor of the school.
Initiating the demonstration
phase, almost all of the 85-man de detail
tail detail formed before the students and
arranged themselves into three
groups those concerned with
wire laying, radio communications,
and message center.
Each method, with Us advant advantages
ages advantages as well as its capabilities and
limitations, was described.
Radio demonstrations included
the "handy-talkie" as well as larg larger
er larger and heavier units mounted on
vehicles. The latter were on dis
play after the formal demonstra-
Other itf'iis of interest included
an aerial flyover for pick-up and
delivery of messages and a large
display of radio equipment and
wire laying devices.
Following the demonstration the
Latin American officers boarded
military buses and returned to
their home base after a brief picture-taking
spree centered on the
M-i.i neiKopter ana tne L-19 air aircraft
craft aircraft on display in the parade field.
PFC. CURTIS BATTLE AND PFC. SAMUEL FOWLER, both participants in the Infantry-tank
team demonstration at Venado Beach are shown in the attack. Members of the 1st Battle
Group's A Company, they are fully equipped for combat with ft full field pack, ammunition,
Iteen and rations.
ADVANCING TO MAKE FURTHER CONTACT with the enemy, members of the infantry-tank team get a lift from one of D
Company tanks. Such lifts are used in actual combat to transport Infantry troops nearer to the enemy. This tank weight
about 25 tons and can- carry troops for long distances at speeds up to 40 mph.
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tank infantry-tank demonstration. Each tank with crew and all equipment weights nearly 25 tons.
i -w AIRCRAFT piloted by Capt Richard E. LaBrode, U.S. Army Aviation Detachment, delivers a message during the communications demonstration
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SAFETY FIRST is the motto at Venado Beach during the demonstration presented for stu students
dents students of the U8ARCARIB School of Fort GuJick. These three medics, Pvt. Julius Colhims,
Pf" Sylvester Byrd, and Pp2 clarence Long all from Headquarters and Headquarters Com Company,
pany, Company, 1st Battle Group. 20th Infantry, had a complete emergency first aid station set up in,
the tent to the left. Fortunately, their services were not needed,,
SATTODAT, JANUARY 11, INI
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
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., Art a iulm Balhn
9SttJca Sunday to KB a U4S feat,
CJLWnfAL. American l H
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lit JO MB,
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VUUSl HAFl'lai CHURCH
Balboa Heighta, C Z Z-ZI
ZI Z-ZI Ancon boulevard
Orawei B tMlhoe, Ml
Phone Balboa 1737
William a Beeby. Pastor
10:45 a m
Baptist Training Onion ....
swanellUo Servte -Kay
W M S Blblt Study l"bur l"bur-d
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Men Brotherhood ILaat
Monday in month
J JO PJ
Margarita Avenue at 5th Strew
1.- i.MV.al 7nM
Rey. WeidaU C Parker, ratio
7:00 o m.
Prayer Service, weonesoay
WKSJ.it It d Friday
G.A., R.A.; Sunbeema,
r AN Ah) A UTY
Captain Mr. H. OttsM
rFebruao Street, Phone: J8-200M
11:00 Hollnea Meeting.
3:00 SLnday School.
7J0 6lvation Meeting.
LA BOCx CX t
Ueutenant Pansy Campbell
Bulletin Ho 1080. Phone i 2-285J
11 lot Holm Meeting.
30 &unda School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
envoy A Mrs. C. U Moseley
t:W Sn.da.v School.
11:00 Holmes Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Senior. l.iii and Mrs. C. Moonsawmy.
J4h j-eL Phone: 38-743.
N 1H1KL STREET
7:30 8ivtlosi Meeting
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at Ban Paolo-Street
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 23236
8:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service; Classes for all sees.
10:30 jn. Worship service The
Expanded session tor Nursery, mnoer
garten and Primary Depts. Church
tune Nursery tor children under 3 yrs.
6:00 pm. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship.
1:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
730 p.m. Evening Service.
The Rev. lay M. Blskely Minister
Church School, with Adult Bible
Service Ot Worship, 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 8:43.
Margarita Av. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Re. 3-148
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service.
Classas: WUfsery tnrougn aauii.
11 :68 a m. Morning Worship.
Ni,r in for Infants and small chil
5:00 pjn. Junior Fellowship.
6:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary ac
tlvltlos and offielal meeting a an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced from week to week.
q HtrtvvTarke M. Alderten, Pastor
Of 6-470 KS 6-130
:3t a.m. Sunday Schptrt.
10:46 ajn. Morning Worship.
OfrtctaTeetmg and week-day "rtl "rtl-ntla
ntla "rtl-ntla a announced.
Churches ot the many ttrrht hi the Canal Zona, anal the terminal e(tiea
at Panama and Comm. Republic art Panama, extend a welcome at all
timet to men and women at Mm armed service., and to civilian nefjh nefjh-bort,
bort, nefjh-bort, friend and strangers.
A a public service. The Panama American lists below, by denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, notices at hours at worship and other regular activities.
Listings are rotated tram time to lima. Denominations having only
om or two congregations are listed under "Other Churches & Services
A special listing is included tat services at Army potts. Ait force bases
Mat Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains are asked to inform tha
tows desk in writing by Wednesday noon at tha latest of any changes
tor tha earning Saturday's church page.
art. MAST'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Mama! 7.00, 1:00. 10:00 and
Holv Day Mas: 5 as, a:uu. u-x mm
and 5:0d tun
Confession: Saturday. 330 0
7:00 to. 8:00. p.m. lnuraaj. vrwn
First Friday. 7:00 to 8:00 P-m-
Miraculous Meoai novtw .w
CatecMsm ciaat' anex mm mi
tJlgn school snraj ww r
ACftKD HfcART Ancon
Sunday Masse. 5:55. 7J0 A t:30 a.m.
Holy Day mamas: 5:65 a m anj SM
Conlession. Saturday to 8:80 and
7:15 to 8:00 p m Thursday -hefore First
Friday 7:00 p m.
Sacred Heart uevouocu: :uu o-m- on
catechism turn: sua o-m.,
CUB LADY Of t'ATlMA Corondo
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Hahr hn Mm at 8:80 D.m.
Confession: 0:00 to 8:4a pjn. OB Sat-.
Catechism Class: aaiuraay eu w iv
ST. JOSEPH Paralso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m,
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p m
Waakrisiv Muses: :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 8:30 to 4:30 and
in tn 7 an
Catechism Claw; .Sunday, saw to eaw
Miraculous Meoai novenai i p.m
Convert uiawucuons: sounoay .w
.. m j -JW,
ST. VINCENTS Panama City
finnriav Masses: 8:00 and 8:30 am
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Masse are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m. I
Confessions; Saturday 3:00 to 10 and
7:00 to 8:80 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p m
Mlraculou Medal Novena and SU SU-ttona
ttona SU-ttona of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechlum Clam: After 8:30 mas an
Convert Clam. 636 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERE8A'S CocoU
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. t
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 a.m. (It It tails
on Saturday 830 a.m.)
Catechism Clam: 330 to 6:00 pm. on
"confession: 6:00 to 6:30 a.m Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST OR LA SAIXB
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 am
Week Day Mass: 6:30 Mon., Tliura..
m .nA c.i rir Friday mam: 6:00 a.m.
. Holy Day Masses: 6J6 aja. to 6:00
Confession: 330 to 4 30 and 7 MO to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal tfovenai Friday 7:00
P' Catechism Clam; 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
BT. rn EsXEs era ut new
Convert Clam: Monday 730 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
HolyDay Mam: S:30 p.m.
n-cin. Saturday 6:30 to 7 :30 p.m
Thursday before First .Friday 63J p.m
Catecmsm tiass: p'"'"' 'i,
Sacred Heart Novena: 7J0 9-ta. OB
invert Clam: 636 pin. on Thursday
BT JOSIPH'S Cole
Sunday Massm; 5:45. 8:00 mWiM a.m.
Holy Dy Masma: 8:41 and 8:00 aon.
""conJessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
f .nn trt B.flA n m
Miraculous Medal novenei neanwu
8:15 and 7:00 pjn.
Sacred Heart Noyttna: rnaay i:s p
Q.ma. r,nino Services 7:00 D.m.
Convert Clam: 7:1S p.m. on Mondays
Catechism Class; nunaay iwu a m.
11:45, .m. 3:06 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
ed sacrament aliday HeposlUon at 630
rtrst rrioay aacpowuun m bwi
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
ot Fatima-Th Holy Rosary-djoo a.m
srim rnmTniminri Instruct inns for chil
dren Monday and Thursdiy 6:0O to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
CunH.i mi. 7-nn H'Ofl and 10:30a.m.
Holy bay Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
Confessions: saturoay ijwnu
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve-
Mlraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7 -on n m. nn Monday.
Catechism Class i asiot w asam vn
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mam at g:oo am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7 90, 8:30. ll:30 am
First Saturday Mass: .6:00 a.m.
Weekday Masse 8:00
Sa.urdav .. 7:00 O.m. to 3:00 pjn
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m
Confession .. 3:45 pm. to 4:45 p.m
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Group 730 p.m
1st Friday Devotions ... 1:08 P.m
1st Saturday Devotions .. I M p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Masses: 6:30 am. and 8 JO
Holy Day Masses! 6:00 ajn. and 6:00
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7130 to
8:00 p.m Saturday.
watecnism cisss: io:3 a.m. on aunoay.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Mlraculou Medal Novena: 7 JO nm
Sacred Heart Novena i 1J6 p.m. an
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatdn
Sunday Mas: 6:15 a.m
Holy Day Mais: 5:00 om.
Confes!oiu: 630 to 7:00 pm. on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Class- 4:00 o.m no Monday
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Maasas: 7:00 and 830 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 8:00
Contusions Saturday at 7:00 pjn. and
after all evening devotions.
Baptism by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 pm
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m OA
Sunday Schopl: 3:30 pm on Sunday
Religious instruction Class for Chit
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday
ftetf gMil Instruction for adult (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted In Spanish): 7 JO p.m on Mon Monday
day Monday Convert Instruction by appointment
The Bt Rev B, Hebe GeodsSL IT D
The Very Rev. Mauiert Peterson,
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
7 30 ajn. Holy Communion.
6:15 a.m Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday).
9:30 a.m. Santa communion, sra Sun
8:30 a.m Siscueis uumuucai
1 1 nn a m Mnrnlnk. Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:08 p.m. Evening service.
830 an, Holy Communion.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
8:00 am Holy Communion.
(:30 am Holy Communion.
4:15 a m. Morning Prayer
17:00 ML'-day Missionary Prayer.
Church el St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
Holy Communion 730 a.m
Family Prayer and
Church School 830 ajn
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
QiinHav Mrh month.
Morning Prayer A Sermon 114)0 a.m.
Holy Communion 8. on a.m.
Chapel of Tha Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
8:00 am. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. tint Friday each Month).
SL Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charge
Choral Eucharist and Sot-
Church School J 28 5?
Episcopal Young Churehmen 5)00 p.m
tv.nuini and Sermon 7:00 p.m
Morning rrayer euo ..
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS 4k TIWRRDATS
g JO a m
Office of Compline
.. 8:30 a.i
.. 8:00 pj
The Rev. John Spear. JPtteal In Charge
Morning Prayer ana vowai
Confirmation Clam ....... 330 am.
Evensone and Adores
12 :00 noon
, 7:30 p.m.
Woman Auxiliary ...
, 1:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or Ft AST DAYS
Chapel of the Holy Cfmfortar
Van. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
630 am. noiy wnwwai
Church at Bt Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
730 am. Holy Communion,
8:45 am. Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAY
g;30 a.m. Holy twsnmunion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest in Charge
the Rev. David A Osborne,
6:00 ajn. Choral tueharlet A Sermon
8:30 am infant Baptism.
2.00 r :n Church School
tbeid in Buiidinfe
tar Guild Meeting.
it. Paul' Church
Tha Ft Lemuel B. Shirley, Recto
The Rev Fits R. AtWefl. beacon
6:00 a.rd. Holy i-ommuwon
8-ou a. m Sung Eucharist A Sermon
io:4h a oi mo
doming Prayer and Church
8:30 a m Holy Communion
730 o m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
Jk rn Holy Communion
7:00 pjn. Evening Prayer
fHURSAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 t m. Holy communion
CHRIST CHURCH Bt -THE -SEA
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer. Rector
Tha Rev. Henry A. Bloke, Assistant
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
8 JO a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon,
10:30 a.m. Church School.
730 pm. Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
3:00 pm. Evening Prayer.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
?:00 am. Morning Prayer.
30 pm. Evening Prayer and Sermon
7 JO a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children' Eucharist
5:00 pm. Evening Prayer.
4 e em.- Hoty Cowans union.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
SglO pm. IOUU1 seuawaiup
7:00 in Evensong and Addrasa.
2nd and 4th wbuhbuai
730 n in Woman1: Auxiliary and
St Christopher's Church
10th Street. Parque Ufevre
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A Cragwell.
6:00 am Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon
1030 a Jn Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p m Evensong and Sermon
730 bm 1st and 3rd. woman' Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary TUESDAYS
6:30pm, Junior Daughter of the
7:30 pjn. Youth Fellowship.
840 a.m Holv Communion.
7 AO o.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p m. Girls Friendly Society.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
8:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
448 Fran gt pan! St. Ancon, CX
Rev. Elmer O Nelson, Pastor
Box 287 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2602
Sunday School 8:43 a.m
Worship Service .......... 10.45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pjn.
Prayer Service. Wad, ... 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paitor Ralph L. Hyseng
Write: Box 5018 Margarita, C.Z.
Sunday School 8:48 a m.
Mnrnlno Wnrshln 11:00 a m
Evening Service 1:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P.. 23rd Street East
atv s N Brown. Minister
.Divine Worship :30 a.m
c,,.. SVhnnl 2:00 D.m.
Sunday Massm 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. BP.
MMttnaa Thursday at 730 p.m. and
Sunday at 4:oo pm. wir sranoim
806 Balboa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 830 am
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 pm
Relief society; rueaoay :uu a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 pm.
Primary: Thursday 4 JO pm.
Telephone Balboa 4231.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 3:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; sunaay u;w m m
CimUNDt) PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
MUton K LejtUg. Minister
Ohnn. Xlmm SV711B Of. 83-5105
Sunday School am
(A clasa for every age)
Morning Worship v
Youth FeUowsblp JJ p.m.
Wnrshln 7 JO p.m.
Prayer and Prafaj (Wad.) 10 pm.
A cnurcn nursey in p".
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
- w wh-tVohr4
630 am. r fHaaUna Ser
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 30 ph.
sa. t ntetthot-
mri Cm m EI ft
Mnmlna devotion ."
Fellowship Worship o
Cimrlnv SrhOfi ......a
J Htmt XtrslaTt
Urbanlzadon mCumma, 'n?
informal iaua maa
tiursdavs ....8:08 pm
1 nursaays l'"".
(uprtalr. Ameelcao B.S..T
Claases snunoaj". 1 v
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St.. Paralso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am. Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 P.tn- Gospel Service,
ii..... 7.SA Vnma Pennle's Society
Wednesday': 1J0 Mid-week Christian
Friday: 7:50 Women' Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Un Maude Htnea. Pastor
Sundy School 10 JO a.m
Mornina Worship ............ am
Night Servlc 1 JO p
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad BM.
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. Wo. Livingston, Pastor
THE CHURCH 0P GOD
ItKsS Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Urandlson. Pastor
Sunday School 8:30 am
Mnrnina Wnrshln 10:30 a.m
Night Service m v-u
Morning Worship .....
.. V.UV m....
o .nn m
Sunday scnooi ..,
Night Service ....
THE CHURCH OF GOD Bio Aba Jo
Mont Otcuro Rd. 16th St.
nv Wm. J. Johnson. Fasts
sunriati tonnn 8:30 am
Momma Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Servlc 740 p.m
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-438, Box 253. Gamboa
Church t. at Paralso, C.Z. (Rev. and
ra. Herman U. wnyiei. union, K.r
(lav. Fernando Lor,ence). Bo Abajo
(Rev. and Mr. Charle Haynet), ano
Cstlva (Rev. and Mra. Clifford Greaves j.
Sunday and weekday services at all
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes). ano
Diablo Heights, CZ.
(near DiaMo school)
Rev. Carl 'V. Thompson, Minister
BOX 38, Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phone: Homo, Gamboa 317
Church Balboa 4271
..... iu:uu a.m.
Evangelistic Service ....
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service ....
' Hi0O O.m.
REED EMIR LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert t. Gusslck, Pastor
P.O. Box 666, Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible clasa 8:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 am.
Holy Communion, tint Sunday of the
Former chapel of Our Saviour1 Epis
copal chapel 3rd ot- ano meianoea Ave
Mr. Eutene H. Denser. Vlcaf
Sunday Sehool, Ribl Cleat 840 ajn.
Divine Serv ce 10:15 ajn.
Holy Communion, last Sunday ot the
jevlsn Welfare Board Bid 1S2-X La
slues aoau Balboa. C.ZV Rfbbl Nathan
Service Friday. 730 p.m. Saturday
31 o m
iSee A't-o ustlne ot Jewish
under Ht Bases and Stations).
Conaieiuiiioo Kol Sbearitk Israel. Ava-
nida C"b and 36th Street Bella Vista
Psnamt City Service 8:00 pm
IJMMjarilAK SLIENLJC CUL BLUES
ftnt Churdi ot Christ Scientist Anew
860 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11. DO. Wednesday 6JU pm
Sunday School 330 am
,'tnt Churcn i chnsi, amaiMs. CrKtebui
13th Street et Bolivar ttighway
suniv School an am
Sunday 11:80 sm. Wednesday 8:00 pa.
Posts and Bases
liarnina Wonhla 10.00
Church-tim Nursery School... 10:08
Sunday School iBuildina No.
Morruna Worship 1036
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
Simriiv School :w
Morning Worship I83S
Evening Worship 1JJ
Worship Service, Madden Wye 1:00
Wnrahln ServlM. Rio HatO .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 8:08
snlriler s Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:08
Officer' ChriiUan Union Thurs. 8:00
si nnnns AIR FORCE BASX
tunHau Si-hnn V.4U
Arinit Rihle Class (NCO Club).. 330
Morning Worship 8:30 A 10:43
Youth Fellowshio 630
tie M&vai. station. Rodman
Mnmlna Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
itth un Hr. A no DARTERS CHAPEL
Mornlna Worship wi
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station. Summit...
Sunday Mas ......
1:00 A 836
. 6:36 A 730
, 8:00 A 8:31
nallv Haas o:a
Sunday Masses 1:46 8:00
Confessions-Saturday .. 630 A 8:00
FORT KOBBI I
riaiiv Mass :ia
Saturday Mass 3:00
Sunday Masses 3:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotion .... 1:36
Confessions-Saturday.. 6:00 A 130
AT.HsnoK AIR FORCR
Dally Mass w
sutnrriav Mam 7:00
Sunday Masse 7:45 A 13:00
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:08
it a. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Msss ......... A..... 9M
ALBROOK AIR FORCE RASH
Sunday School Bldg. 353 .... 6:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 353
Tuesday .'. 7:00
KYBB-Wdnisday-Post Chapel 6:36
Choir Practic Wdneday
Pott Chapel 7:30
Sunday School 8:36
Morning Worship 10:48
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 8:30
Bible Study, Wednedy ...... 7:30
Ladle Chapel Guild. 11 Thurs. IM
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 9M
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Saturday Matt i
. 6:00 A 7100
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mai 4:00
Saturday Mas 8:30
Greek Orthodox ervlce art conduct conducted
ed conducted at tha Church oi the Anunciation.
Via Balisarlo Porrai. San Francisco da
la Caleta. Panama City, R.P.. and at
th Church ot St. Anthony. Avenida
Melendex, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun
dav at 8:30. For further Information.
Icall tha Office ot tha Army Chaplain,
Weekly Service in all churches
Sabbath School 3:30 am.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:36 pm.
Bible Study and Prayer Service
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W. H. Waller-Tel 28-3-3506
Cabo Verde. Ave. 4. F de la Ossa
No. 17 Chorrillo 25th No. 37 Pue
blo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
SU. Rio Abajo 11th NO. 37 Gamboa
Pastor G. D. William Tel.
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
ranor noroeno yuiroi
Panama, Calle Darlen No. 3
Pedregal A Nuevo Guarara.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries-Tel. 38-826L
Criatobal English 16th At Bolivar Ave.
crtttooai spanisti letn at nouvar Ave.
0844 Gavllan Road-Tel. 3-1858 A J 3531
The regular Moruinf Worship
in Gamboa Union Church will
begin at 10:40 tomorrow, the mi minister's
nister's minister's address will be on "The
New Earth." Sunday School opens
9:30. Attendance continues to
be gratifying in the various class classes
es classes and departments.
Members of the church are look
ing forward to participating in
the Billy Graham Crusade, Feb.
2 and Feb. 9. Several men have
been asked to attend a meeting
Of instruction for ushers this even evening,
ing, evening, at 7:00 o'clock in the old
Admits Drug Sale
To Barbara Burns
HOLLYWOOD (UP) David J.
Mack, a jobless film technician,
ns mnfpssprl hp suDnlied heroin
to Barbara Ann Burns, 19, daugh daughter
ter daughter of the late comedian Bob
Burns, police s id today.
"I thought it might go easier
for me," narcotic detail officers
quoted Mack as saying. "I was
never actually dealing. I was just
delivering for some other guys."
Miss Burns named her supplier
of heroin Wednesday after detec
tives arrested her and two men
in the young woman's Sunset
The teen-ager claimed that her
"pusher" had started her en the
habit last February with promises
that it would help her lose weight
and feel good.
M ck, who has a record of
grand theft auto and forgery, de
nied that he had started the red
haired Miss Burns on the narcotic
habit. He said she had been using
heroin for a year when he met
"I delivered to her about twice
a week," M ck told officers. "The
price usually ran from $5 to $25,
but she definitely did not make
her first buy from me."
Miss Burns laid she spent moat
of the $500 monthly allowance
from her father's estate for nar narcotics.
cotics. narcotics. She said she was shooting
"three or four caps a day" and
had lost 45 pounds.
The young woman said she
turned to heroin because she "was
lonely, had nothing to do." She
and her mother. Mrs. Harriet
Burns, have been estranged for
"I met Barbara through another
chick at the chick's apartment
about four or five months ago,"
Mack said. "She's a mixed-up
Say Church's Duty
To Clean Up Slums
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)-Three
prominent Protestant leaders to today
day today urged church laymen to
i t t tn ; i . i i t
wort., .ior unrigi, ior uieir cnurcn
and for their fellow men.
Speaking to delegates to the city
church convocation, United Church
of Christ, the three outlined plans
for laymen to help clear alum
areas, strengthen their church,
and achieve "disciplined fellow
A Hurford Crosman. Philadel
phia, a member of the American
Friends Service Committee, said
the church "has a duty" to help
the city rid itself of slum areas
and also to protect "the factor of
"People do not gain human dig dignity
nity dignity and self respect when their
problems are solved for them by
a master plan," he said. "But
given leadership and the chance
to work with others in finding the
solution, many who cannot do it on
their own initiative will measure
up to a new way of life.
The Rev. Dr. John Shops. St
Louis, director of city work, Board
of National Missions, Evangelical
and Reformed Church, outlined a
detailed plan designed to acquaint
parish members with the problems
of their churches.
Crosman suggested that each
church conduct a guided self-study
to be familiar with the problems
and shortcomings of the parish.
The Rev. N. Gordon Cosby,
Washington, D. c, pastor of the
Church of the Saviour, told the
delegates that "the whole issues
of entrance into the Christian
church must be rethought" if the
church is to gain "disciplined fel fellowship."
lowship." fellowship." "in attempting to be an inclu inclusive
sive inclusive we are guilty of the most
serious exclusiveness there Is. .
excluding people from the real
meaning to Jesus Christ and his
body," he said.
The reception was from seven
until nine, but all the guests were
so afraid of being tbe first to ar
rive the party didn't start until
eight. It's thoughtless of quests
to delay a party just because no
one wants to anve too early.
Think of the poor host and host
088 standing around for an hour
waiting for guests to arrive.
Tivoli commissary Those in
training as counselors will meet
at 8 p.m. in the same building.
Others from Gamboa are interest interested
ed interested in the combined choir which
is rehearsing on Tuesdays, also
m tbe former Tivoli commis commissary.
sary. commissary. Un Monday afternoon at 4 o'
clock, the minister will meet a
class in church membership com
posed ot young peopie iromtne
seventh grade through high school.
The urn meeting will occur in
the Chapel where they will trace
out and learn the meaning of va various
rious various practices in public worship.
Two important women's meet
ings occur curing the week. The
Vesper Circle will hold its regular
session in the parsonage at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, the Women's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary will hold its quaroeriy open
meeting on Wednesday evening at
7:30. All members and mends ox
the church are invited.
Julian S. Hearne, 'chairman of
the Council, has announced that
the annual meeting ot the congre congregation
gation congregation will be held on Sunday
evening, Jan. 19. The ladies oi the
church will serve reueshments at
6:30 in the church parlors. The
assembly in the chapel will come
to oroer at 7:15 and will hear
brief reports from officers and
cnairmen of the various depart
The public invited to held break
the bunday Schooi attendance re
cord tomorrow in the Curundu
Sunday School begins at 9:30
a.m. with classes from the nur
sery through the adults. The
church hursery opens at 9:15 a.m
and stays open until 12:30 o.m.
At the morning Worship service
the pastor will bring the morning
message. The Question of whether
a Christian is obligated to keep
me lvaw win De answered from
the Scripture. This service begins
at 11 a.m.
At 5 p.m. the Jet Cadets and
Hi School will meet lor their final
rehersal on "Camo Echoes".
In the evening service the youth
Will present their program of
"Camp Echoes" to the congrega
tion, ai near as possible the life
at Camp El Valle will be reen-
acted. This service will begin at
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CONTINUING JAN. l;g 15
Or. CLIFFORD LEWIS Speaking
9:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
A Sunday School that isn't evangelistic misses Its;
purpose. To learn of God is good; but not to accept
Christ is tragic.
8:20-TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
Dr. CLIFFORD LEWIS Speaking
"WHO IS A CHRISTIAN"
MO-BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 Dr. CLIFFORD LEWIS
WHY MAN MUST BE SAVED 2
"CAUSE, CURSE, CURE OF
I I IM I II
WHY PONT YOU
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
"Our purpose here: To Reach you, to Teach you, to Wlar
you, to Train you, to Enlist you. Do not delay the best
things in life I How you spend your life now is how yoa
will spend eternity. Resolve to come."
1 1 ;00 "THE CHRISTIAN AND THE LAW"
"What does the Bible teach about the Law and being a
believer? Should a Christian still keep the Law? Why
was the Law given? For whom?"
5:00-JET CADETS and HI SCHOOLERS
We look for you! Christian youth can be happy, ton
will find a wonderful time in Christ here.
7;00 CAMPERS ECHOES
As near as possible camp life will be reenacted for you.
Claases, Assembly, Recreation, Campfire, Devotions,
Singing, Testimonies. Support the youth.
NURSERY FAITHFUL TO THE BIBLE WELCOME
Tuesday is Junior Choir prac
tice at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at
9:30 a.m. the Women's Bible Club
wilt meet at Mrs. aaJiton K. Lei-
aig s nome, zosus in Curunou
Prayer and Praise at 7 p.m. Se Senior
nior Senior choir rehersal at 8 p
Thursday another Women's Bible
Clasa in the home of Mrs. Phi Phi-hp
hp Phi-hp Steers, 203 Ancon. The time
is 9 a.m.
Tomorrow has been dexionatarf
Young reoples' Day at the First
lMuiiuan oapusi cnurcn. m
youths, who wil take active Itart
in the services throughout the day
are looking lorward to a anaeial
New Year' s message.
ine lOilowing are the services
listed for the day: 9:45 a.m. San San-day
day San-day School for all ages. 11 a.m.
jjivine worsnip witn special em-
pnwug on youin. s p.m. Trauung
union, i p.m. veiling wo
monoay tnrougn Friday
Woman's Missionary Union
Week and Prayer. On Wedr
at s pjn., the Bnly Graham -film
"Eastward To Asia" will be shftwn.
Admission is free and ail "are
St. ITIR I
Election of vestrymen fori: the
current year and delegates to the
coming district convocationWill
take place at the annual parish
meeting of St. Peter's cbtifch.
La BOca, to be held afteiOhe
choral communion tomorrow
Listed also on the agenda,, is
the presentation of reports from
the parish organizations, review reviewing
ing reviewing their activities for the fast
year, and a financial report by
the parish treasurer.
The Rev. John Spear, priest is
charge, will preside and address
the meeting, which al parishion parishioners
ers parishioners are invited to attend in the
The communion service preced preceding
ing preceding starts at 10:30, and will be
in observance of the first Sunday
after the epiphany.
On the last Sunday night in Ja January,
nuary, January, the sacrament of Confir Confirmation
mation Confirmation will be administered by
Bishop R. Heber Gooden to a class
I of candidates, under preparation
for the past few months.
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Crucified Risen Coming Again
cordial hand-clasp, s friendly
word of greeting, a welcome from the
heart all await you in these terviceo.
for W Ages)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, lNSr
olon To Get Fourth Pro League Game Jan. 19
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Contest Originally Slated
For David Will Be Played
At Atlantic Side Stadium
I By J. J. HARRISON Jr. I-
1 Those haseball-mad Colonites today were lOOk-j
hg forward to an extra Pro League game in their
Stadium this season, and from the talk going around j
that windy little city, they were just about the hap- j
' ni'oat hiinr h nf fans in the
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Of the 51-game schedule, three
contests had been set for Colon
Stadium and one for David. The
last Atlantic side game was to be
SayeJ tomorrow morning and the
David" contest was scheduled for
But Colon got its break for a
fourth game when loop officials
decided last night that it would
bo economically impractical to fly
the Chesterfield Smokers and tko
Carta Vieja Yankees to David
for a single game, and arranged
that it bo held in Qe1on next
IVSo-Chiriqui's loss is Colon's gain
jd the overflow crowds which
facked the stands for the two pre previous
vious previous contests are expected to
coifle out in even greater numbers
tomorrow and next Sunday.
The excellent turnouts at Colon
have been a lifesaver to the league
whijfh has been taking a fiuancial
beating because of only fair at attendance
tendance attendance at the Olympic Stadium
where 29 games have been played
so, far this season.
Balboa contest promises to be a
battle of southpaws with Jim 0
Keilly (1-2), and Dave Benedict
(3-2), named to start on the
Last night at the Olympic Sta Stadium
dium Stadium a pair of pinchhitters came
throuah to send the Beermen
and the Smokers on to 10-2 and
5-? victories, respectively, for a
split of a doubleheader.
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BRIAN DON LEVY
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AT 11:00 P.M. e
'BEAT THE DEVIL"
Whole KeDUOHC. i
With the score tied 2-2 in the by winning the swimming, bas bas-fifth
fifth bas-fifth frame of the seven-inning, ketball and volleyball contests and
first game, Clarence Moore camej amassing a total tournament score
off the bench to smash a two-out, of 15 points. Mortar Battery nosed
two-run triple that gave the Beer- out Co. B for second place by one
men a 4-2 lead. 1 Pint with a score of 10,
They increased their margin by Following teams won first place
tenr nf SIX more UmeS in me
sixth to make it a 10-2 rout. That
big inning was featured by a
three-run homer by Reinaldo Gre Grenald"
nald" Grenald" and doubles by Floyd Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Alonso Brathwaite.
Carlos Thome scattered four
hits in the lidlifter to pick up his
second victory and make his rec-,
ord even. Jim DePalo, who was re relieved
lieved relieved by Mamavila Osorio in the
fifth dropped his third decision a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst two wins.
DePalo gave up four runs and
eteht of the Beermen's 12 hit.
In the nightcap Frank Austin
lined a single to center with the
bases loaded in the ninth canto to
drive in two tallies and break a
2-2 tie. Another insurance run
crossed the plate in the same in in-nine
nine in-nine to make the final score 5-2.
With two out, Austin b?tted for
Humberto Robinson, who was
credited with his third triumph as
compared to three setbpek. Hum Humberto
berto Humberto allowed eipht of the Cerveza
Balboa's nine safeties.
Leonardo Ferguson, who re retired
tired retired the side in the bottom of
the ninth, allowed a lesdoff
orounds keener! sino'e to Pepe
Osorio, when the ball took a bad
hop over the head of second
baseman Clyde Parris.
Then the 18-year-old rookie
struck out Herman Charles and
pinchhitter Harold Gordon and
forced Billy Shields to fly to short
to end the game and preserve Rob Robinson's
inson's Robinson's victdry.
Winston Brown, who was the vic-
itlm of two unearned runs started
for Cerveza Balboa but gave way
to Stanley Arthur in the eighth
after Brown had been lifted for
pinchhitter Leon Kellman in tht
seventh, with the Beermen trail
Arthur was charged with the
loss to make his slate 0-1.
THE BIG LAND
with Alan Ladd
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AN AMERICAN UNDERCOVER AGENT STUMBIES
INTO EUROPE'S HOTTEST
Devest start est) weisjssf ay
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Ft. Kobbe Holiday
Holiday Sports Tournament at
Fort Kobbe terminated with Com Company
pany Company A, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry capturing top honors. Tnfe
tournament featured competition
in six Snorts: swimmine. bowline.
I basketball softball, volleyball and
It was planned that the compe-
titions would be conducted from
December 21 to January 2; How-
The tournament was under the
cial services IMUU
Company A cooped first nlace
" vuuipeuuuuo m me vdiiuus
Swimming Co. A coach,
Sfc. Aiberto Rillamas.
Bowling Motar Bat. coach
SP3 Dagfinn Astrup.
Basketball Co. A. coach
M-Sgt. James Strickland of Tu Tupelo,
pelo, Tupelo, Miss.
Softball Mortar Bat. coach
Sfc. Robert Sutton.
Volleyball Co. A. coach
Sfc. Wallace Walea.
Football 551st Engineer Co.
coach 2nd Lt. Paul Cook.
Happened to ..
Gene Rossides, star quarterback
on the last of Lou Little's first
class football teams at Columbia,
led the Lions to a stunning upset
ending a long Army winning
streak in 1947. He and fullback
Lou Kusserow were known as the
"gold dust twins" and Gene held
up his end by scoring the most
touchdowns in a agme (5), most
touchdowns career (29) and tops
for total oLense (3,773 yards) in
Whatever happened to Gene
Rossides p Still a resident of
Brooklyn, he's an assistant district
attorney in New York City.
PRO TOUR OPINS
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) The
Jack Kramer professional tenuis
trpupe, featuring Pancho Gonzales
and Lew Hoad will open its 1958
tour of the United States here,
Saturday, Feb,. 8, it was an announced
nounced announced today. Later dates In Include
clude Include jLos Angeles Feb. 9, New
York Feb. 12, Washington Feb. 13 13-14,
14, 13-14, Boston Feb. 17, and Philadel
phia Feb. 19-20.
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Wid Matthews Thinks 'Robbie
Can Be Regular With Braves
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Wid C. Matthewir liaison representative of the world champion Milwaufat
Braves, believes that Milwaukee farmhand Humberto Robinson would be able to earn
a regular berth with the Braves if the righthander develops a three-quarter or over overhand
hand overhand delivery to mix with bis regular sidearm pitches.
Matthews, who left today for Colombia where he will complete a Latin American
scouting tour, expressed that opinion last night at the Olympic Stadium as he watch watch-eed
eed watch-eed Robinson work eight innings to gain cr edit for Chesterfield's' 5-2 win In the second
game of a doubleheader with Cerveza Balboa,
The 57-year-old front office man
who calls himself Milwaukee's
"chief trouble shooter," said the
Panamanian pitcher has great nat natural
ural natural ability and potential, but needs
that alternate delivery to be more
effective against left hand hitters.
Asked if ha would make the
suqaestion personally to Robby,
Matthews Mid no, but added that
ha nlanned to discuss he matter
with the hurler'j Ditching conrh.
Robinson will report to the
Brave' sorinq training camp
earlv in March.
The stririgbean right hander,
who won 18 games for Toronto,
Class AAA International League,
last season, has had three trials
with the parent club but each
time has been sent back to the
Matthews explained that the
Braves are blessed with an unu
sually large amount of established
and promising hurlers ana mat
was one of the main reasons why
they could afford to keep talented
players like Robinson down on
The former big leaguer ran
throueh a list of Brave hurlers
and admitted that his organization,
auite frequently had the agree
able problem" of trying to squeeze
more standouts into tneir aireaay
crammed hurling corps
Matthews, who has been in base
ball for over 30 years, played one
year with the Philadelphia Athle Athletics
tics Athletics and two years with the Wash
He joined the Braves last year
after spending 16 years with
Branch Rickey at Brooklyn and
Pittsburgh, and six years with the
Of Thai Thorn(e)
in : iw
Ci. usww, in
at a a a a
25 2 4 18 8
x-Flied out for A. Osorio in 7th
Shields, rf 3 1 1 3 0
Robinson, cf ..3 1 1 2 0
Lopez, ss-2b 4
Grenald, If 2
Charles. 3b 2
Moore, ss ....
Kellman,- e .
P. Osono, lb
29 10 12 21
Scare By Inning
Chesterfield 011000 0- 2 4 2
Cerveza Balboa 011028X-10 12 1
SUMMARY Errors: Lopez,
DePalo, Bernard. Runs batted in:
Heron, Brathwaite, Bernard, Lo
pez, Moore 2, Robinson i, urenaia
3. Two Base Hits: Kellman,
Brathwaite 2, DePalo, Lopez, Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. Three Base Hits: Moore.
Home Runs: Grenald. Doubleplays:
Parris, E. Osorio. Earned Runs:
Cerveza Balboa 9, Chesterfield 1.
Hit Batters: DePalo (Grenald).
Sjtruckout by: DePalo 3, Thorne 5.
Rase on Balls off: DePalo 2, A.
Osorio 1, Thorne 3.- Left, en Base:
Cerveza Balboa 5, Chesterfield 4.
Pitchers Record: DePalo 4 runs, 8
hits in 4 2-3 innings.
Pitcher: Thome 2-2. Losing pitch pitcher
er pitcher DePalo 2-3. Umpires: Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, Hinds, Moore. Time of Game:
"A REAL COMEDY OEM"
You'll Laugh Your Heads Off!
Km wit 1i
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a anwHIM f
day night. Matthews' trip
him to Cuba, Puerto Rico, the
Dominican Republic, Mexico and
From Colombia he will go to the
U.S. but will return to Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico in time to take in the tenth Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Series which gets under underway
way underway Feb. 8.
Of the Braves' chances to
peat this year, Matthews
this to say:
"We have excellent pitching,
vary good hitting and good over overall
all overall depth. If Joe Adcock, (first
baseman) and Billy Bruton, (out (outfielder)
fielder) (outfielder) have recuperated satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily from the inuries they
suffered last year, and Warren
Spahn can win IS games this sea season
son season I think we'll win again not
only in the National League but
also in the World Series."
Spahn chalked up 20 victories
An interesting talker with a
likeable personality, Matthews
chatted pleasantly with sportswrit
era and Kansas City scout Joe Na
chio in the press section during
last night's twinbill.
He was favorably impressed
with the "hustle" of both teams
and gave special praise to Hector
Lopez, Marcos Cobos, Winston
Brown, Leonardo Ferguson and
Floyd and Humberto Robinson
Brown, who pitched for Boise,
Class C Pioneer League, last sum
mer, and Carta Vieja pitcher Jim
Umbricht, Topeka, Class A West
era League, also belong to the
Parris, 2b-3b .....
Bernard, ss-3b ..,
.. 8 0
Pfescott, rf ......
Osorio E., lb ....
Heron, 3b ........
33 5 8 27 12.
i a-Forced E. Osorio for Heron in
b-Singled for Robinson in 9th.
... 5 0
... 3 1
... 4 1
... 4 0
... 4 0
Ajvyutif vw a a
Moore, ss ......
P. Osorio, lb 4
Charles, c 4
Brown, p ........... 2
38 2 9 27 16
Kellman struck out for Brown in
Gordon fanned for Arthur in 9th.
Seora By Innings
Chesterfield 001 000 103-5 8 1
Cerveza Balboa 000 000 0202 9
SUMMARY Errors: Cobos,
Moore 2, Shields, P. Osorio, Lo
pez. Runs batted in: E. Osorio,
Looez. Moore. Austin 2, Parris.
Earned runs: unesteraeia 4, i;er
vex a Balboa 2. Two-base hit: F.
Robinson. Sacrifice hit: Cobos.
Passed ball: Charles. Struck out
by Brown 3, Robinson 6, Ferguson
2. Base on balls off: Brown 2,
Robinson 1, Arthur 2. Left on base:
Chesterfield 6, Cerveza Balboa 7.
Pitchers' Record: Brown 2 runs.
S Mts In 7 innings; Robinson -runs.
8 hits in 8 innings. Winnin
pitcher: Robinson (4-3). Losing
pitcher: Arthur (0-1). Umpires-
Moore, Hilzinger, Thornton. Time
Before reaching Panama
of game: 2:39.
During his stay here Matthews
signed catcher Gene McGuughey
to Jacksonville, Class A Sally
McGaughey, a youngster recent
ly discharged from the Air Force,
began this season with the Carta
Vieja Yankees but was released ml
favor of more experienced Manuel
Lopez, a serviceman,
McGaughey resides in Cristobal
Amador Hips Clayton
Two Circuit Clouts
one-man home run
Fort Clayton's rifht
Sauerhrun, the Fort
Amador Troopers came up with a
story book finish to down the Ca Cavaliers,
valiers, Cavaliers, 5-4, Wednesday night at
Clayton's Jarman Field.
Trailing 4-1 going into the ninth
inning, Fort Amador combined
inning, Fort Amador combined
base hits-by pitcher Jack Kaps and
centerfielder Herm Daniel with
two bases on balls and a costly
Clayton error to pick up the four
In the bottom of the ninth, Clay
ton's first batter, third baseman
Lee Schmidt, lined a solid single
to keep the Cavalier hopes alive.
Then Kaps settled down to retire
the next thre hatters, the last two
via he strikeou route to end the
Until the ninth inning uprising,
the slugging of big Walt Sauer Sauer-brun
brun Sauer-brun easily stole the show. In the
second inning Sauerbrun looked
at a strike and then poled a long
blast over the leftfield fence right
down the line.
An error, a stolen base and a
base hit by the pitcher, Joe Schu Schu-fritz,
fritz, Schu-fritz, accounted for another Cav Cavalier
alier Cavalier tally in the fifth inning.
Clayton's final two tallies came
in the sixth inning. With two out
and a runner on first, Sauerbrun
got hold of Kaps' first pitch and
sent it sailing high over the left left-Held
Held left-Held fence for his second four beg beggar
gar beggar of the game.
Shortstop Mike Rivera paced the
Amador team with three hits in
four timesat-bat. Sauerbrun's two
for-three (both homers) was na
turally tops for the Clayton squad.
Kaps, who allowed seven hits,
two bases on balls and struck out
six batters was the winning pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. Schufritz gave up 11 hits, nine
hases on balls, struck out seven
men and was charged with the
Cincinnati 118 Seton Hall S4
Xavier (Ohio) 71 Iona 61
New Hampshire 97 Vermont 85
Carnegie Tech 69 Slippery Rock 49
Holy Cross 100 American Inter. 85
Massachusetts 74 Rhode Island 58
Providence 64 Worcester Tech 47
Lowell Tech 70 New Eng. Coll. 54
N. Car. Coll. 87 Hampton Inst. 67
High Point Coll. 92 Pfeiffer 74
Wake Forest 87 South Carolina 63
North Carolina 82 Virginis 66
Fla. Southern 83 Kings Coll. 68
Ark. St. 71 Southwestern (Tenn) 54
Roanoke 73 Richmond Inst. 52
Florida State 72 Tampa 53
Morehead State 93 Marshall 80
Emory 56 Sewanee 52
Mississippi Coll. 77 Millsaps 70
Evansville 78 Ball State 76
Huron 72 Sioux Falls 56
Wahpeton Sci. 65 Bismarck Coll 52
Omaha 60 Creighton 54
Lon Morris 77 Tyler JC 70
Steph. Austin 66 Midwestern U. 47
Favored To Repeat
As Bowling Champs
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UP)
Don Carter of St. Louis and Mrs.
Marion Ladewig of Grand Rapids,
Mich., were favored to repeat as
champions in the $36,225 National
all-star bowling tournament wmcn
opens a 10-day stand tomorrow.
Carter and Mrs. Ladewig top
a field of 288 bowlers from 32
states and Hawaii which will
launch the "world series of bowl
ing" with a preuminary warm-up
over Z4 new lanes in me Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis armory.
Carter, a 31-year old former
professional baseball player, was
favored to win an unprecedented
Mrs. Ladewig won the women's
crown six times in the eight-year
history of the event.
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
eVe e- i
At Colon Stadium: Chesterfield (O'Reilly 1-2) vs.
Cerveza Balboa (Benedict 3-2).
Came time 10 a.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
First Game: Cerveza Balboa 10, Chesterfield 2.
Second Game: Chesterfield 5, Cerveza Balboa 2.
Wan Lest Pet.
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Conejos .. .. ,.
Pumas ., 2
By FRANK MILLER JR.
The Pumas changed a tight
game into a rout Friday afternoon
when they landed on Frank Am Am-mirati
mirati Am-mirati for six runs in the last two
innings of play in the game. Five
runs came in the top of the sev
enth which the Pumas managed to
squeeze in under the clock as they
retired the last Ocelot in the sixth
inning with only one minute to go.
Koe and Wilkinson went to the
mound for the Pumas with Wil
kinson gaining the win in relief.
Their teammates pushed over one
run in the sixth on a walk, a field fielder's
er's fielder's choice, and singles by Roe and
Schwarzrock. They picked up five
more runs in the seventh en three
errors, a walk and singles by
Pearl, Bateman, and Rowan who
pinch hit for Wilson.
The Ocelots, got a run for Am Am-mirati
mirati Am-mirati in the second on two. walks,
pushed over two more in the
and four stolen bases, Ammirati
stealing home for the tally. They
fourth. On three walks, a double
by Dehlenger, and a home run by
Ammirati. They received their fi
nal tally in the seventh on a walk,
an error, and singles by Morris
The defense was some of the best
seen so far this year while the
pitching was also very good. Am Ammirati
mirati Ammirati struck out ten while walk walking
ing walking only four in going-the route for
the Ocelots. Roe struck out two
while walking four, and Wilkinson
struck out five while walking
The leading hitter for the Pumas
was Sharwzrock with one for two
and for the Ocelots it was Ammi Ammirati
rati Ammirati and Dehlenger going three for
three and two ofor three respec
Ammirati was the standout in
today's game however, as he had
a perfect day at the plate, hit a
home run, figured in all of his
team's scoring, and pitched an ex excellent
cellent excellent ball game which but for a
few bad breaks could have been
a win instead of a loss.
The box score:
Pumas Ab R H Pe
Dempsey 10 0 1
Roe .... 3 113
Pearl 4 1 1 8
Schwardrock 2 1 1 1
Bateman 3 1 1 0
Zelrich 4 0 0 5
Wilkinson 4 0 0 0
Fraunheim ........ 1 0 0 0
Finlason .... 2 0 0 1
Wilson .... 2 0 0 2
Rowan 1 1 1
Frank Ivy Named
New Head Coach
Of Chicago Cards
CHICAGO (UP)- FKRANK A
said Thursday night he accepted
the job of head coach of the Chi
cago Cardinals for the 1958 sea
son as "a wonderful opportunity
and a chance to advance myself.
In accepting Cardinal Managing
Director Walter Wolfner's offer to
head the Chicago football team.
Ivy became the 19th Cardinal
coach and the fifth since Wolfner
took over management.
Neither Ivy nor Wolfner would
reveal terms of the contract, but
it was intimated that it would run
longer than one year.
Ivy was released from the final
year of his three-year contract
with the Edmonton Eskiomos of
Canada's western Inter-Provincial
League to take the Cardinal job.
Since taking over the Eskimos
four years ago, Ivy captured the
league title three times. His team
finished first in its division last
season, but lost in the playoffs to
Ivy, 41, who played with the
Cardinals from 1940 through 1942
and again from 1945 through 1947,
ended his active career to take a
job as assistant coach to Bud Wil
kinson at Oklahoma. After six
years at Oklahoma, he moved to
the Canadian pro circuit.
12 29 29
28 6 5 21
Engelke 3 0
French, L. 4 0
Rudy .. .. 3
24 4 6 21
SUMMARY: Earned Runs: Pu
mas 2, Ocelots 3. Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Wilkinson. Losing pitcher:
Ammirati. B.B. off Ammirati 4,
Roe 4, Wilkinson 3. S.O. by Am Ammirati
mirati Ammirati 10, Roe 2, Wilkinson 5. 2b
hits: Denunger. HR: Ammirati.
UmtMres: R. Williams. P. Corri-
gan. Time of game: 1:52.
Diver John Murphy,
21 Dies Of Cancer
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UP)John
Murphy, two-time All-American
diving star at the University of
Michigan, is dead today at the age
of 22 a victim of cancer.
Murphy, Redwood City, Calif.,
died Thursday at University Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, where he had been a patient
the past two months except for
the Christmas holidays.
He knew two years ago he had
cancer but continued diving and
last year won AD America men mention
tion mention for the second year. He also
placed third in the three-meter
event at the National Collegiate
Athletic Assn. meet last MaMh at
Chape lHill, N.C. and fifth in one one-meter
meter one-meter diving.
.The muscular, 195-pound athlete
gained California all-state recogni recognition
tion recognition in three sports diving, wa water
ter water polo and wrestling when he
was at Sequoia-Union High School
at Redwood City under Michigan's
present diving coach, Bruce Har Harlan.
lan. Harlan. Sports Briefs
A R AGON TO FtCHT
HOLLYWOOD, Cattf. (UPV-Art
Aragon, making his first appear appearance
ance appearance here since his license was
reinstated after a reversal of an
attempted bribery conviction, will
meet Walter Tyler of Los Angeles
in a 10-round bout here Jan. 21.
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UP)- Util Utility
ity Utility infielder Alex Grammas, who
hit .303 in 73 games last season,
became the seventh member of
the Cincinnati Redlegs Thursday
to sign for 1958.
MOORE POSTPONES BOUT
SAO PAULO, Brazil, Jan. 10
(UP) An attack of food poison poisoning
ing poisoning has forced world light-heavyweight
champion Archie Moore of
San Diego, Calif., to postpone un until
til until Jan. 17, his non-title bout
against Luiz Ignacio of Brazil
originally scheduled for tonight
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0 2 0
2vJ 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1958
Pacific Twilight League Opens 1958 Season Next Tuesdey
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In 4-Team Race
iiimTv mortar BATTERY displayed Its strength in softball during the'Fort Kobbe holi-
Ss acUvlte as thrunit defeated Headquarters and Headquarters Company m a two two-PnLvnff
PnLvnff two-PnLvnff ser es The first of the games ended in a score of 13-1 in favor of Mortar
latter? M. S aWsSd gme was won by Mortar Battery, by a score of 10-8 Team l mem mem-trnm
trnm mem-trnm lPft to rilht front row are: Sp3 Francisco Chaco, Pfc. Thomas L. Pindelski, Pfc.
Krnest B Au"rd S Geow A Cibula, Pfc. Watson and Pfc. Charles H. Hlttle. Second row:
?t it Robert Duoont Pfc James McDowell. M'Sgt. Charles Berry Pfc. Joseph Mulligan,
8p3 WiMam J. Schern. Pfc Alfred Glenn, Sgt. Oscar Hill Pfc Leland Shurbum and Sfc.
Robert H Sut orTmanager. Missing from the picture is Sp3 Dagfmn Astrup.
OKIIS ARE COMING... Let us
be the first to tell you the Bis
Town is going to get a big time
college football game in '0. Ar Army
my Army vs. Oklahoma. It will be the
fisrt time, since.,, gosh, we can't
even remember. An ideal attrac attraction
tion attraction for the new stadium the
Messrs. Gtmbel, -Farley, et al are
seeking ways andtmeans to ouna.
Otherwise the game goes to Yan
kee Stadium. Arragements call
for a home and home series
with Army playing Oklahoma
down there In
ITS A LIVING... If Maria Calls,
the aristocratic yodeler keeps it
up, she'll soon be known as the
Ted Williams of grand opera. Sir
fcdmund Hilary won the race to
the South Pole, and like the Broad Broad-way
way Broad-way -gentry, we, too, would like to
know whether he hsat the point
spread. As a Sunday TV substitue
for pro football, music lovers
find the Roller Derby culturally in inadequate;
adequate; inadequate; there's never a. horn on
the play. Who remembers the good
eld days when a space man was
simply t newspaper reporter who
got paid at column rates Things
we can t wait to see: asey aien
gel conducting the Boston Philhar
Big Inning Whips
Albrook Flyers 9-7
THE TOLL MOUNTS... Base Baseball
ball Baseball is the only sport in the South Southwest
west Southwest that is not booming. A gra gra-nhir
nhir gra-nhir illustration is the Cotton Bowl
iself, which, since '41, has been
expanded from 45,000 to 75,000 ca ca-naeitv
naeitv ca-naeitv and is till a tight fit. Con
ference basketball attendance has
soared 49 percent in three yars.
Last season 70 home games drew
269,907 paid, and early turnouts
indicate a jump to 275,000 this
season. Since neither space nor
money is a problem, new golf
courses spring up overnight. Ten Tennis
nis Tennis is also on the upswing. There
is, howeve, no racing, an anomaly
m a horse minded section. The
The baseball Wight traces to a
common cause; major league TV
and radio invasion. Last week Da Dallas,
llas, Dallas, once a minor league citadel,
threw in the sponge and unless
the league can find a new an an-gel,
gel, an-gel, the town must join Newark,
Jersey City and others, similarly
withered, as a sacrifice to major
ANOTHER TUNNEY... Even
the prize ring, also a victim of
the cathode ray, still shows signs
of life. Houston in particular has
done well at the gate. And there
is lively interest in a young heavy heavyweight,
weight, heavyweight, Roy Harris, whose home
base, Cut and Shoot, is nomencia nomencia-turally
turally nomencia-turally reminiscent of the wild
and woolv wide oen spaces. One
of his boosters is Babe Ritchie,
a native son who speaks with the
authority of an experienced, if not
spectacular pro of other days. Rit Ritchie
chie Ritchie says the youngster reminds
him of Gene Tunney.. "Not a big
hitter but he hurts and wears you
down. Seems to be able to take
SOIL AN DOIL... A pleasant reu
ninn with John Murrell. who star
red, in the Army backfield during
Biff" Jones' coaching regime. Mur Murrell
rell Murrell is now president of a Dallas
firm which in internationally es esteemed
teemed esteemed in geological circles. The
firm's specialty is the study of
soil to determine tne possioiuiuies
of oil. As a measure of the rim's
magnitude, $500,000 annually is
spent on research alone. Name
the soot, any spot in the world,
and Murrell's expert can tell you
what the odds are that you will,
or will not strike oil. Needless to
say the old Army back is feeling
no pain, though he doesn't have
an oil well t j his name... "In this
business you don't, play both dies
of the street," ne expiams.
The Armv Atlantic Bushmasteri
followed Casey Stengel's pattern
of shooting for a big inning Weancs
dav afternoon and got it. Th
Bushmasters came up with six
runs in the bottom of the fifth in inning
ning inning and went on to edge the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Flyers, 9-7.
The Pacific Twilight League
opens the 1958 season on Tuesday
night when the two school emnej
meet at Balboa Stadium at 7:00.
Besides the Balboa High School
and the Canal Zone Junior College
nines the Twiloop rounds out the
four team league with the 1957
champion Lucky Strike and the
newcomer Kent teams. The second
game of the season will be played
on Friday night with Kent taking
on the Balboa High Bulldogs.
ine aeienaing cnampion uiuty
Strikers under the new manager
ship of Jack Love will make their
initial appearance on Sunday, Jan January
uary January 19 when they meet the new
team, Kent Cigarettes. Charlie
Brown will manage the newcom newcomers
ers newcomers who have taken over the
American Legion's team's fran franchise
chise franchise and roster of player.
Coach Stu Brown sends his Col
legians in quest of their first cham
pionship in four years of Twiloop
play and although a bit thin in the
hurling department the JCERS
are being touted as the team to
Coach Larry Horine of Balboa
High is deep in reserves along
with three or four star veterans
from last year and as. is usually
the case BHS is right up at the
top of the league standings. The
Schoolboys after annexing the 1956
pennant were runners-up to Lucky
strike last year.
Jack Love has been working out
hit Lucky Striken the past week
and within the next few days will
have his team in shape and raring
to go in defense of their cham
Charlie Brown s Kent Cigarillos
will work out Saturday, January
llth at 1:30 p.m. at the Diablo
Baseball Field and all of the mem
bers of last year's American Le
gion team and anyone interested
in playing should contact Brown at
that time. v
Armed Farces Little League
The Coco Solito Cubs hammered
out a 14-2 victory over the Fort
Davis Rangers in the second game
of the Army Atlantic Armea rorc rorc-ei
ei rorc-ei little League Tuesday on the
Coco Solito field.
.Tack Drvdale. his firt time on
the mound for the Cubs, pitched a
no-hitter. Third baseman Jack
Butson, led the Cubs' hitting by
celtinet wo singles, one in we
firrt and reoeated in the fourth in
nlng. Charles Bialkowski, Cub first
sackman, got the other hit in the
The battery for the Rangers was
Ernest Little pitching and Alex
Hndrieiiaz behind the plate. For
the r.uhx it was Drvdife on the
mound and Joe Koch on the re
In Wednesday's Same at Coco
Solito the Army Atlantic Tigers
tiimad hack the VFW Legionnair
es 12-2. The losing Legionnaires
got only two hits as Tiger mouno
sman Alex Ramirez turned in i
anectacular performance, whiffing
lft would be hitters. The Tigers
garnered three hits from chuckers
Scottv Pvree. who worked for
three iiQings, ana ureg anaruuo
who workedt he balance of the
tame. Catcher Richard Parisi ac
counted for one of the VFW hits
With a single in the first and his
brother Rocco, got the other in the
Center fielder Bill Self on the
Ticera aot the first double of the
season in the top nau ai tne iirsi
stanza. Catcher Luis Rodriguez,
got two singles to account for the
other Tiger tots.
Ramirei ironed tor tne tigers
and Rodriguez did the catching
BOWLING CHAMPS The Fort Kobbe holiday program bowling competition saw a neck-and-neck
battle in the playoffs with Mortar Battery edging out the 937th Engineers, 15,908
pins to 15,454 pins. Directing Mortar Battery s team was Sp3 Dagfinn Astrup. Team member
from left to right are: Sfc. Robert H. Sutton, Sfc. William Schneider, Pfc. William Funcheon, -Pfc.
Walter Blalka and Pfc. ichael Cacavale. Ab3ent from the picture is Specialist Astrup.
Behind 3-2 going into the inning,
the Bushmasters bunched together
three hits with four bases on balls
and two Albrook errors to shove
the six markers acros the plate.
Outfielder Henry Silvas got the
h!g blow of the inning, a double.
Army Atlantic's other three tal tallies
lies tallies came in the first, fourth and
sixth inning. First baseman Rob Robert
ert Robert Klips, outfielder Bob Stall Stall-worth
worth Stall-worth and second baseman Alex
Aklyama drove in the runs with
base hits in the first, fourth and
sixth innings respectively.
Albrook picked up one run !n
the first inning, two in the second,
two in the sixth and two more in
the seventh. Centerfielder Bob
Lancer and first baseman Let
Blevins were the big guns for the
Flyers collecting three hits apiece.
Langer also drove in three runs.
First baseman Robert Klips pac
ed the AA attack with two singlet,
Honble and One run-batted-m.
Dick Lapish worked the first
eitnt inmne for AA and got cred
it for the win. Carl Smith pitched
4 2-3 innings and was charged with
MUSCLE HUNTER... In Mur
rell's time. Army played transfers
Then, as now, appointments were
not easy to get. Murrell played one
year at Minnesota before he got
his. in '27 he was a standout in
the Amy backfield, concedely
the best fullback in the East. But
he didn't make All-America, Herb
.Toesting of Minnesota did... "May "Maybe
be "Maybe I should have stayed at Min Minnesota,"
nesota," Minnesota," he laughs today. "Joest "Joest-ing
ing "Joest-ing was my understudy there."
Murreil's loyalty to Army has re remained
mained remained unshaken over the years,
and scouting Texas for officer ma material
terial material with muscle is one way he
By HENRY CLARK
Team W LPet.
Cerveceria Nacional 2 0 1.000
Abernathy Unitport 1 0 1.000
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co. 1st Battle
Golf Again Proves Fair Code
In Dealing With Amateurism
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP)-Golfs real realistic
istic realistic attitude toward amateurism,
compared with the hypocrisy of
some other sports, today permit permitted
ted permitted former Augusta titleholder Pat
O'Su'livan to regain her amateur
standing just as did auch stars as
Babe Didrikson Zaharias.
Even playing against a pro is
grounds enough for a competitor
it) lose simon pure ranking for
But the O'Sullivan case proves
again that golf, which permits
amateurs to compete against pros
in open tournaments, has the lair lair-est
est lair-est code in sports.
The general rule in golf is that
a pro can regain amateur stand standing
ing standing after a two-year probationary
period it he or she hasn't been a
pro essional for more than five
years. Sometimes the period in
sackcloth and ashes is shorter, as
in the one-year probation of Har Har-vie
vie Har-vie Ward who became a pro of
sorts by accepting too much ex expense
pense expense money.
Old Pros Excluded
"Of course, a long-time pro such
as Sam Snead, Jimmy Demaret or
Gene Sarazen could never regain
amateur standing," days Joe Dcy,
executive secretary o the U. S.
Golf Association. "They would
never lose the advantage the
years had given them."
ne points out, a 'so, that golf
Mon. Jan. 13 Cerveceria Na Nacional
cional Nacional vs Abernathy Unitport.
Tues. Jan. 14 Ft. Kobbe Hq.
Co. lit. (Battle Group vt Libby
Wed. Jan. 15 Abernathy Uni Uni-tportt
tportt Uni-tportt vt Ft, Clayton
Ctrvteeria Naciena! Cops
Sam Catlett's champion Cerve
ceria N a cional Pan Liquiao made
it number two in the win column
on Wednesday by noting out the
Ft Clayton Cavaliers 4-2 behind
McNair Lane s tlx hit pitching.
Losing pitcher SFC Carratini
made his debut to this loop and
received a set back, but credit
on hit brilliant two-hit performance
over Pan Liquido must be men
tioned. Perfect control and an
assortment of changes had the
Pi.m fnr fh fir.t nnn.i r.ii. Beermen baffled for four innings
lette Tournament, to be .held Jan-' Carratini held Cerveceria on tab
uaryl7and!8 by the Brazot fwt"J L?S'Un fCv
r.if rih .r. .nnmrnr.) two-thirds innings before Tony
this week by the tournament chair-j 0,tr" inm
Game Slews Open In The Fifth
At Brazos Brook (C
Open To All Golfers
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Overwhelming their opponents,
Gibraltar Life, with an ontlaught
of hits and runs, the Police team
of the Pacific Little League put on
a tremendous thow of vertaumy
Kverv nlaver in the starting line
up either connected with a base
hit or scored. J. jtuey oangea out,
two doubles while Cartran came
through with one.
Althoueh the score 'indicates a
lopsided game, Gibraltar Life play
ea fine ball same whetf Hefma
ny went in as a relief pitcner.
Frank, Hermany, and Ebdon re received
ceived received the only base hitt for Gi Gibraltar
braltar Gibraltar Life.
The box score:
-lice Ab R H
Harden as .. ..3 1 0
Catram 2b .'...4 3 2
Bi!v. Jim lb ,.413
Weade c ....41
Wilder, Ed cf 4 2
Dunn 3b ., .. 2
Riley, Jeff p
Alvet,T. rf 0
Blythttome if i
Subttitutiont: West for Blystone,
Wilder for Riley. Runt 13, Hits
16, Errort 0.
Baughner rf 1 0 0
Frank it .... ; 2 l 2
Hunt 2b ,.200
Hermany 3b-lb ; 3 z
Ebdou cf 1 1
Belden 3b ,t 3 a
Thompton If 10
Nordstrom p ....0 0
Crosby 3 0
Scoring will be on IS holes of
medal play, winter rules, with full
handicap allowed. The contest it
open to all isthmian golfers (.men
and women) with est ablishad
Nordsdlm relieved by Herma
ny. substitutions: u. inompson
Thompson. Runs 3, Hits 4, Errors
for Baughner; Lawyer for R.
The fi.h inning tent thing sky sky-high
high sky-high after the Cavaliers rallied for
two runs on Kosik's error on a
high grounder then catcher Nord-
quest contributed with two bad
handicaps. Entrance fee will be $lthrowg in addition to a dropped
I mi irn itn nn Attn ....... T .
nu ijcis uij third strike ana manager Mioma-
day of play. Pairings can be ar- yor glared,
ranged at the Clubhouse. I Two walks, four erros and one
First prize will be the recently! hit accounted for the Beermen's
developed GiUette Adjustable Ra-, four unearned runs, all hi the
zor with micrometer adjustment. flth. v..
and a year' supply of blades. i Ft. Clayton's captain, Sotoma Sotoma-Other
Other Sotoma-Other prizes include a general as- yor, was the only hitter with two
sortment of Gillette, Toni, and' hits, both singles, in three thrips.
Paper-Mate products. I
1 Ctrveceria Nacional vt
m4ih tannin- doesn't brand a man an all-around
consider it an everlasting taint fjffeiprofessipnal because he takes
a per-ormer to turn professional '" 1 bT a r '2
punii, diuc ivuui was registered
as an amateur golfer.
Mrs. Zaharias was an amateur
and a pro twice. The Babe turned
pro after making a reputation as
an amateur track and swimming
star. Eventually the served her
penance and returned to golf as
an amateur, winning the British
and American crowns. Then to
capitalize on her golfing ability,
she turned pro again and won
everything in sight before her un untimely
timely untimely death.
Won In 151
It is doubtful whether Miss
O'Sullivan will turn pro again
Be. ore deciding to play for cash,
ty Berg and Louise Suggs. She i V Z enforced a'
took the Eastern Amateur twice, tnK8,?t faces lluc
th. North South Amateur three-bernthy Unisport faces league
times and six times was Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut amateur champion.
But two years on the pro circuit
cured her. Competing in 20 tourna tournaments,
ments, tournaments, her best finish was a third
in the White Mountain Open.
"Expenses on the pro circuit
are terrific," she explained. "And
it's quite afferent looking at the
game from the inside. For men it's
possibly different. But it's more.
(tiffimlt fny a in Am ail 4a maintain
uuiivuii iu em nvuiiui w iuwtui
that lierce competitive urge you ; Bri v,..
need to be a winner." Scm: Henry Clark
leaders Cerveceria Nacional Pan
Liqurao at 4:i p.m.
It is expected that the mana
ers will start heir aces. Lot H
zinger for Unispor and "big Mac"
Lane for Pan Liquido
Score by innings: (Wednesday's
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers 000 020 0
2 5 4
C. N. Pan Liquido 000 040 x
4 2 3
Umpires: Marv Metheny and
An employeo f the Ney England
Telephone Company, Miss O'sulli-1
van makes her new amateur debut 1
in the Nationa Mixed Foursome
tournament at Tequesta, Fla.,
Feb. 11-15 with WiRft Turiiesa as
in the National Mixed Foursome
Amateur will be her big events
PLOEN TO REPORT
CLINTON. Iowa (UP) Ken
Ploen. Quarterback of Iowa's Rose
Bowl champion football team in
1957 who played 'ast season for
Winnipeg in Canadian pro football,
has been ordered to report or m-
"And now," she says with a duction into the Armed Forces
aign, "golf will be fun again." Feb.
RP Public Works
Minister Invited To
The Panama Minister if Public
Works, Ing. Roberto Lopez Fabre-
ga, has been invited hy the resid residents
ents residents of Las Cumbres to attend
the inauguration of the new base baseball
ball baseball field and playground Sunday
morning at 10:00 a.m.
Other dignitaries invited include
Dr. Federico Velasquez, director
of Instituto Justo Arosemena
whose band of 40 musicians will
be on hand to furnish the music;
t;u uonzalo uirrido, director
of the Physical Education and
Sports Department of the Panama
government; the Corregidor of
Pueblo Nuevo and the Reverend
Father of the San Jose Seminary
in Las Cumbres who will pronunce
the blessing on this community
project; and Louis Martinz who
so generously donated the land
All the residents including
youngsters from 4 years of age
and up have worked on the
playground and the results are
cause for great civic pride. Con Contributions
tributions Contributions of baseballs, materials
for the backstop, T-Shlrts for the
layers, hive for the base paths
and prizes for a find raising raf raffle
fle raffle have come from various home
owners and Dr. Isem Cervera is
to be greatly complimented for
his organization of the pi eject.
Sunday moning will be Las Cum Cumbres
bres Cumbres open house with refreshments
and a baseball game after the
K-I isto will make certain repairs in
order to improve the electric distribu distribution
tion distribution system in the city of Colon on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, January 12 from 6 to 8 a.m. in the
From Central Avenue to Melendez
EXPRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM MA
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC"
OF PANAMA and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT ACCEPT-INO
INO ACCEPT-INO CARGO FOR WEST COAST OF
SANTA CATALINA .lb. 3 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan.
SANTA RITA Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan.
SANTA TEKF.SA '7 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan.
SANTA ELISA Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb,
SANTA INFS Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Fe. 5 Feb.
SANTA ANA Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb.
SANTA OLIVIA Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb.
To ColniTibia. Fcuador. Peru & Chile
SANT MARGARITA ...... .Jan. 16
.SANTA BARBARA Jan. 23
SANTA LUISA Jan. 30
TO NEW YORK
SANTA LUISA Jan.
SANTA ISABEL .....Jan.
SANTA CECILIA Jan.
CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE
From U. S. Pacific & West Coast
Central America to the Panama Canal
SANTA FE ..... Jan. 27
SANTA ANITA Feb. 8
To West Coast Central
America & I). S. Pacific Ports
SANTA FE Feb. 1
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FOR RENT: Furnished chalet.
3 bedrooms, livingroom. dining
room, 2 narahes, maid's room,
garage. Phone 1-1119. 3I-A
FOR RENT: Madam three three-bad
bad three-bad roam chalet, porch, large
garden, bat water, garage, maid's
euarters, Golf ontrace, American
o.ighbors. Phene 1-5692 apply
2034 7a. Ave. Espafia.
FOR RENT: Prlveta residence.
19th atraat Paftilla, unfurnish unfurnished;
ed; unfurnished; living dining rooms, study,
four bedrooms, three bathrooms,
maid's mam and bath, twa car carport,
port, carport, back porch, lama hackyard
with tropical plants. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-5396.
FOR RENT: Chalet near Lag
Curnbres. twa bedroom, maid's
room service, big garden, all
screened, cempletely furnished.
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
raaei in boat residential section.
Cooking facilities. 4 3rd Street
5 Na. IS.
Saturday Matinee 1:M a.m.
14 S:M :ta S:M
S:M to t p.m.
"THE WRONG MAN
"A HATFUL OF
A M B O A
C A T V S
Stat J 7:00
"MAN IN THE SKY"
): S:U l:M
"BUSTER K EATON
: at 8:
CIS A 8:15
' Joem Bra
CAMP BlaSjB : :
"DOCKS OF NEW, ORLEANS"
"AT GUNPOINT" 7:2(1 only
ATTENTION, 0. LI Just built
2 bedroom, bat
FOR RENT: Furniihtd apart apart-mant,
mant, apart-mant, two bad roam, living room,
dining room, kitehan, back
parch, Nice ratidential taction
45th and 51 atraat Na. 2-241.
FOR RENT: Army impacted
furnished ana bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences. 4th af
July Ave. Phone 2-20112-1140.
FOR RENT: Apartment unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished pleaisant turroundingt,
two bedroom, two bathroom, ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room
laundry. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista 44th, Street Na. 12.
FOR RENT: Modern three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with two main
baths, parlor-parch, dining roam,
room and bath, garage ate. Rant.
$105.00. Completely screen screened.
ed. screened. Phona Panama 1-0761 or 2 2-0027
0027 2-0027 ar apply apartment Na. I
48th Street house Na. 21.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Gl inspected. $55.00.
Phone 3-2068. Via Parraa Na.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, just built, 1 bedrooms,
hat water. Phona 3-6589.
FOR RENT: Brand new nicely
furnished ana bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment In Campo Alegra. Call 3 3-3184.
3184. 3-3184. Quote Unquote
HAVANA. Cuba Joienh (Joe
Rivers) Silesi on New York; Dili
Atty. Frank Hoean's 48-state
alarm for information on the
whereabouts of Silesi wanted for
questioning in connection with the
murder of Albert Anastasia:
"If Hogan wanted me to appear
he could have asked me. I Would
have cooperated willingly but aft after
er after he gave me the blast, let him
ROME, Italy Prima donna
Maria Meneghini-C a 1 1 a s, who
wrecked the opening of Rome's
opera Mason by walking out in
mid-performance, before leaving
for Milan for a rest:
"I'll come back to sing for the
Romans when all this fusi has
LINN. Mo. Mrs. Thomas Ell-
wood, 35. on the marriage of her
12-year-old daughter to a 67-year-old
"He had a big insurance policy
and he wanted to leave it to her."
CHICAGO Police Commission
er Timothy J. O'Connor on ban
ning TV watching in Chicago po police
lice police stations:
"A orisoner could nana himlf
while a lockup keeper was watch watching
ing watching a TV set'
CHICAGO Teamster Vice Pr
ident Harold J. Gibbons in reveal revealing
ing revealing a plan to assess every team teamster
ster teamster union official $1,040 to build
a 2 million dollar legal defense
fund for James Hoffa and his al allies:
lies: allies: tv2 J0 m "benefit
from tnjs fund.
Killer Elmer Burke
Dies At Sing Sing
For Murder 01 Pal
OSSINING. N.Y. (UP)- Gang-
iann Kiuer aimer rmgger) Burke
died in the Sing Sing electric chair
Thursday night with a nervous
smile on his lips and uncounted
underworld secrets hidden in his
Burke, who drew ton rubotit aa-
signments in his 40-year life of
crime, was executed for murder murdering
ing murdering his best friend, Ed (Poochie)
Walsh, a longshoreman who made
the .fatal error of lisagreeing with
him in 1952.
Killer, thief prison breaker and
decorated soldier, Burke entered
the green-walled death chamher t
11:01 P. m. A smile flirtoroH
across nis ups and he waved to a
witness who said later h
saw mince Defpre. Burke sat in
the chair and the death hood was
uucKiea on ins Head. Three min
uies auer ne had entered the
room, Bdrke was dead.
Officials put him to death re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly They had offered him
Jus life if he would tell what he
knew about waUrfrnnt lrillln. Im
New York the million dollar
Brinks robbery in Boston, and
other underworld activities
Burke once was hired in IBM tn
assassinate a susnert in tha Priu.
wLl' Jo5eph J- SP)
O Keefe, in Boston. He sprayed
O Keefe with 40 machinegun bul bullets
lets bullets but O'Keefe lived and Burke
went to prison. Authorities be be-ueved
ueved be-ueved Burke got some of the
$1,219,000 Brinks loot, or knew
where it was.
NEW OFFICIAL SLATE
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UP) A
fjate candidates in the Central
l cno01 election got bored
with the same old titles presi president,
dent, president, vice president, secretary
The students announced they
were running lor "bis boss, litt.o
boss, pen pusher and moneybags."
1TB TOUB AD Win ONE Or mm ACitwra na una amipsko -"n-ja -w
r'AJRMACIA LVX-IU Central Avenee a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J fa. do ta
VAN-DDUJ1S-M Straat No O a FARMAC1A a. BATIHIBO Pt.an Letovro I
too Mlo Vtsta Ties tie. COLON: Central A venae 12.11 Tel. an
FOR SALE: 1956 Morris Minor
station wagon. Like new, $1150
or bast reasonable offer. Quarters
305-B Ft. Kobbe. Phone 84-
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
Sedan, two door' with Power
Glide, radio, low mileage, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. $550 or best of offer.
fer. offer. Call 84-6170.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard vary
good condition. 1958 inspection
$250.00. Call 4-261.
FOR SALE: Ford 1931 modal
A. Can be seen at T acumen Air Airport.
port. Airport. Call Arthur Summer 2 2-0670.
0670. 2-0670. FOR SALE: 49 Oldtmabile
deluxe, $240 phone 83-5295,
545-A Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury
Monterrey hard tap. Bargain
price. Heusa 0922 Amador
the McLevj way Body Message
Excercising Machine. Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
and gentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. 23-4
PANAMA o COLON
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
155 Central Ave.
Jainiary 12, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
TRY OUR SPECIAL
Monday thru Thursday
Balboa Service Center
Beauty Shop Upstairs
In Service Good
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10 (UP)
Retired Mai. Geh. Claire L.
Chennault, wartime commander
of the "Flvine Tigers." said today
that a certain amount of nvarWifA T C
nSLttaotMi ScrviCM T NBA I earns, scoring
"It encourages the services
do their' best," Chennault told
newsmen upon arrival by plane
Chennault, 67, ill with lung
cancer, said he was tired from
the trip but felt "very well." He
sayl he would spend a week at
his home in Monroe, La., and then
go to Washington, where he will
enter Walter Reed Hospital for a
checkup. He was accompanied by
his Chinese wife, Anna, and their
two daughters, Claire Ann, S, and
Cynthia Louise, 7.
fCC STUDIES NETWORKS
WASHINGTON (UP)- The Fed
eral Communications Commission
will start public hearings March
3 on network curbs proposed by
its network study committee, he
special group, set up in 1955, rec
ommendtd in a 1500-word report
last October that a ".umber o'
curbs be imposed on television
network practices which it '('
tend to lesse" romnetition. Wit
nesses who wish to appear
so notity ine commission oeiore
wo oroau nil, m t (WW aa lefi g ar.nviVIrlveT K'vw ro. w war c(iaiinj-iv
FOR SALE: One complete ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom sot, various
lamps, one large Rattan parch
chair. Call 3-4857, Apartment
7-C, Edificio Urraca, Avenida
Federico Boyd, corner 46th
street. Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: Household, living
roam, dining room drapes, ate.
Reasonably priced. Apply corner
Paitilla Airport Road (Via Bra Brazil
zil Brazil I and Calls 91 Este.
LOST: Diamond bracelet witch.
Liberal reward if returned. Phone
2-1661 ar 3-6908.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18 ft. Inboard Ca Cabin
bin Cabin Crusier, excellent condition.
$850.00 ar bast 'offer may be
seen at Diabla Beat Club. If
interested call 86-3232.
FOR SALE: Musf aell 12 h.p.
act. motor with stand and 5
gallon can with creamatic filter,
best offer. Call Gamfcea 6-554.
Teams-- Won Lost Pet.
Powells 1 0 1.000
CHS-Alumni 0 0 .000
Mercury Outboard. 0 0 .000
CMS. .. .. .. .. 0 1 .000
Thursday't Game (Rained Out)
Sunday's Game (Starts 1 v m.)
Powells vs. Mercury Outboard (2)
By TREVOR SIMONS
The second scheduled orjener
of the 1058 Atlantic Twllieht
League and the debut of Mercu
ry Outboard and CHS-Alurnnl,
was Dostooned Thursday night
wnen aay-iong rams maae mi.
Hope Stadium unlit to play on.
The postponement caused a de
lay in the first appearance of a
Pacific side team In the Atlantic
Twuignt League since its inau inauguration
guration inauguration 20 years ago.
The Pacific side nine of the
Mercury Outboard will, now
make their debut In great style
against the league leading de
fending champions. Powells, in a
twinblll event scheduled for 1
p.m. at Mt. Hope Stadium Sun
Powells have been tabbed fa
vorites for a repeat champion
ship, but there are those that
stronelv support the Mercury
Outboard team on the strength
of the fact that thev have co-
raiied the best available talent
from last vear's Pacific Twi-loop
In fact. Mercury Outboard back
ers ace claiming that, ior tne
first time in many years, Pow Powells
ells Powells will have an opponent that
could wrest the crown that has
repeatedly gone to the oldest
member of the Gold Coast clr
Powells' manager. Noel Gibson
has already announced that
Louis Dedeaux and himself will
be the starting pitchers; in an
effort to give Powells a big early
lead with Laurel Highiey, veter
an of 23 Twilight League cam
oaigns, standing by for relief du
ty if necessary. Mercury Out
board has a; wiae selection 01
moundsmen to choose from with
Charlie Heinz sure to draw one
of the two important starting as
signmentsfor tomorrow's aou-
As Many As 45 Pts.
In Single Quarter
Remember when a team used to
score 45 points in an entire bas basketball
ketball basketball same? Well, in the high
flying, basket-a-minute National
Basketball Assn. this season,
they're scoring that many points
in a single period.
Trailing, z-8i, aner tnree peri periods,
ods, periods, the New York Knickerbockers
went on a scoring spree that net netted
ted netted them 45 points in the final ses session
sion session Thursday night and a 136-123
victory over the Boston Celtics.
The New York-Boston game was
the first of a twinbill at Syracuse's
War Memorial Auditorium. In the
nightcap, the Nationals defeated
the Minneapolis Lakers, 127-122.
Thus, the two games produced a
total of 508 ooints.
The' Knicks' 45-point period set
a War Memorial record and their
game total of 136 points was
another record- for the Syracuse I Hubs. The lame Droc'aimcd
irvrrr pma S.mnrJIlA ntrciADO 7 Street No. IS AOENClAf
Own Ave. Ko. 41- IOTO nOMY-Jnto
Straat e PABMAOA "tAf -Vie Pom
FOR SALE: Farm 43 acres,
running watar, fenced, clear title.
6 miles North af La Charrera.
C-ll Curundu 83-2288.
El Valla, three bedroom sanch
type heusa. All conveniences,
fully furnished. 5000 meters land,
nicely landscaped. Reasonable.
Call Balbaa 2-4167.
FOR SALE: Beautiful corner lat
in tha suburbs, watar, electricity,
bus service at all times. $2.50
a square mater. Phona 3-4991.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Furnished
cottage, Gargena Beach. For
retirement ar vacations. Phone
FOR SALE: Let, 14,175
square meters an tha Trans-
isthmian highway, 14 miles from
tha city. Frontage 62.50 en
highway, water at all times, 30c.
square mater. Phene 3-4923.
Spanish course for English
speaking people at Panama Uni University.
versity. University. January IS ta February
21, Classes in morning hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Beginners: 8:30 intermediate:
9:30; advanced: 10:30. Regis Registration
tration Registration already opened.
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings January 8)
t 0 0
1 0 0
0 1 1
0 1 1
Mutual of Omaha
After being rained out on
turday, the Atlantic Little League
finally opened its eight season
tf -liCite League baseball on Mon
day afternoon. The Police Pals
defeated the 1957 Champion Mutu
al of Omaha team by a score of
5 to 1, behind the three hit pich
ine of Will Will.
An abbreviated opening ceremo
ny took place before tne game
G. Murray, the League's bum
ness agent, introduced the six
teams, their sponsors, managers
and coaches. The teams then marc
ed to center field Where the flag
Sponsor Gil Morland, and A. B.
Cooper representing the V ouce
Assos formed the battery for
throwing Out the first ball. Mar
land threw, a blazer down the mid'
die where it was caught by catch
er Cooper to officially open the
The highlight of the game was
the fine twirling of Will Will as
he limited the Mutual boys to
three safeties. Mike Burza pitched
well enough hut did not keep his
hits and walks scattered, and so
he suffered his first loss of the
The Police opened the game
With two runs in the first, singles
by Ronnie Crump and Will Will
followed by Carpenter's line drive
and a wild pitch produced two
runs which woull have been enough
to salt away the game. In the
third after two were out, the Pals
added 2 more runs. Their fifth
run was scored m the third by
Park, who after getting a walk
proceeded to score on three pass
Mutual scored their only run
in the fith when Mike Burza walk
ed, was movel to second by Ma
rio Julio's single stole third and
came home on a mild pitch.
rne dox score:
AB R H E
3 1 1
21 5 3, 1
AB R H E
(a) Struck out for Sanders
Police 2-0-2-1-0-0 5
Mutual O-O-O-l-O 1
Tuesday afternoon, Cocoa
displayed a strong attack as
downed the Elks by a score
still 113 to 3 in an opener for both
Coca Cola crew as a team
Arawnwr.a Ave ewtfast a
til a SOVEDADH A THIS tW
-- : .
FOR SALE: Real bargain. Easy
electric washer, dryer combina combination.
tion. combination. 60 cycle. Call 3-6291
Between 5 or 7 p.m.
FOR SALE Man's beautiful
overcoat, dark tan, water repel repellent,
lent, repellent, aip-in wool lining, new
condition $40,00. less than half
price. Call after 5:00 and all day
Saturday and Sunday. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1405.
FOR SALE: New Frigidaira' air air-conditioner,
conditioner, air-conditioner, Va h.p, 25 cycle.
Immediate delivery, Phene 3 3-7206.
7206. 3-7206. Econogas. S. A. 34th
street. Lux Building.
FOR SAL'.? Set of woman's
golf clubs and leather bag $30.
CARNIVAL! pollens, blouses,
montunos, costumes, dresses and
embroidered. You will find them
at Almacen "La Flor do Calido Calido-nia,"
nia," Calido-nia," Central Ave. Na. 26-36.
FOR SALE: Save money I Buy
Clayce building blacks. 412"
. x!2". they are economical, light
' and do net crack, $1 23.20 per
' thousand. Clayce & Aifareria. S.
A.. Via Espana Na. 37-40..
For septic tanks and watar out outlets
lets outlets in general insist on Clayce
terra cotta pipes, especially made
for such purposes, and resistant
fa compression and acid action.
4"xl2" pipes at 12 cents each.
must be reckoned with before
champion can be crowned.
The Elks, who are playing their
first year of Little Leauge ball,
suffered a session of stage ftfght
in their initial appearance am be
lore they could settle down in
the first inning the Cola men had
racked up seven runs. There after
they played fine ball and should
be right up with the rest after
they have, a few games under
Dave Wilder pitched good ball.
allowing only 3 hits, while striking
out 15. Nicky Brooks pitching his
nrst game in organized ball show showed
ed showed fine promise and with a tli-
tie better support behind him shou
lo very well. Batting stars of the
day were Dave Wilder and Dick
Roscoe with three hits each and
Walter Crouch with 2 hits one of
which was an inside the ) nark
nome run, the season's first.
Jerry Pabon, with two fort hree
was the Elks star batsman.
The box score:
Coca Cola AB R H E
Will 3B, CF
Sanders, Jo, SS
Brooks, N. P
Pabon CF, 3B
Brooks, F. 2B
(a) Sanders, Ja
33 13 12 0
4 0 0
1 1 0
2 0 X
3 0 0
2 0 0
0 0 0
Tetala 11 3 3 4
(a) Walked tor Brooks in 4th
Seere by innings
coca tola 7-1-O-2-3-0 13-12-0
Elks 0-0-2-0-0-1 3-3-6
Wednesday afternoon, the last
of the year's openers took place,
when Gil Morland's Pirates de-
ieatea tne Legion team 6 to 0
behind Dougie Alberga's three
hit ball. The Lesion, playing their
first Little League game showed
surprising strength, and their
twdrler, Greg Hakanson pitched
fine ball until he tired in the sicth.
The Pirates played flawlessly in
the field, and that probably spel spelled
led spelled the difference between the
two clubs. The Legion's eight
ros were undouW.ely due to ner
At Panama Stadium
Unbeaten Jesus Santamarla
of Colon tomorrow get the ttif ttif-fott
fott ttif-fott test of his career fo date
when he gee again! Cuba'
highly rated "Huosito" Gonza Gonzalez
lez Gonzalez in a ton-round bout at the
Panama National Stadium.
The semifinal pit Isthmian
flyweight champion Baby Qui Quires
res Quires against promising Lortnzo
Samuel in an eight-rounder.
Two tour-round preliminary
that bout templet the card
WANTED a i j i-
htj pvnvnH aaies-
K men. AHui..
. .... ii. w .vmmnMvn,
immediate payment. "Muebleria
O RAWER A. : DIABLO
OX 1211 CRISTOBAL. CX
vousness as they were undoubte undoubte-ly
ly undoubte-ly due to nervousness as they were
playing before an audience for the
first time, Dougie Alberga allow allowed
ed allowed only three fits, struck out 12
and never Was in trouble.
Batting stars of the game were
Everardo Urriola and Larry
Christoph with two hits each, both
of Evcraob's hits being doubles.
Henry Shirk performed well in
the field for the Legion while put putting
ting putting out three men at third base
on close plays. Harry Murray rob robbed
bed robbed Greg Hakanson of an extra
base blow when he took his long
uy in aee" center.
The box icore:
AB R H E
Redman LF, 2B
AB R HE
3 0 0 2
1 0 0 0
Total 21 0 3 I
Score by Innings
Pir'tes 0-1-1-0-1 -3N- 6-50
Legion 00-0000 038
LION REDUCES COMPLAINTS
BRESCIA, Italy (UP) Mayor
Bruno Boni said today that inter interviews
views interviews with townspeople on com complaints
plaints complaints and requests have become
short and sweet since he started
keeping a lion in his office. Boni
explained he keeps his three
nth-o'd lion cub in Jjis of "ice
ause she is in ill health and
Cliff Robertson who is at present in Panama
filming "Thk Naked and the Dead" will
appear in person at the Lux Theatre on
Tuesday on the occasion of the Pre-Release
of his picture "THE GIRL MOST LIKELY"
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Nothing else Is as much fun as "THE PAJAMA GAME!"
IT'S ALL HI RE! All the guy-girl racy entertainment ef the
big smash hlf that 'Steam-Heated' Broadway for 2'j years!
See Doris Day as "Babe". . and the wonderful cast of the
Broadway play in the picture "THE PAJAMA GAME" OPEN
ING NEXT WEDNESDAY
3 -minute cat wash $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5. waiing af
cars $6. Auto-Baiio. Trans-Isth-i
mian Highway near Sears.
For the boat TV service call
Dick, phono 1479 Colon until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
The bast dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 do Maya."
Cutter ants, chinch bugs, garden
insects exterminated at lew cost.
Quick service, results guaranteed
on all work. "Servicio Pronto"
Tel: Panama 3-7977 Calm
By TREVOR SIMONS
The opening of the Intarscho-
lastlc Baseball League was posh posh-poned
poned posh-poned Friday flight when a
heavy downpour just before
game time loft Mt. Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium in no condition for base,
ball. The gam will be retched retched-uled
uled retched-uled for a; later date.
The official opening of the
1958 intersehool season will hew
be at Balboa Stadium Tuesday
night with Balboa High chd chd-uled
uled chd-uled to meet C.Z. Junior College
... weather permitting.
BRANDT TO VISIT U. S.
BERLIN (UP) West Berlin
Mayor Willy Brandt will make a
private visit to the United States
next month, it was announced to today.
day. today. Brandt will leave Berlin Feb.
6 for the tour which will take him
to New York and Washington. He
has been invitedfto the United
States bv the Fiord Foundation
and the America Council in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Panama will be the first
Latin American country to
S resent, in a pre-release ex ex-ibition
ibition ex-ibition next Tuesday 14th at
the Lux Theatre, the extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary Technicolor picture
"THE GIRL' MOST LIKELY,"
starring JANE POWELL and
Cliff Robertson, who is at
nresent in Panama. n th
I film3ng, of "THE NAKED AND
the vkav," nag gracefully
agreed to appear at the Lux
on the night of the pre-release
of this picture and on
this occasion will present ail
persons attending this func function
tion function with autographed pic pictures
tures pictures of himself. Cliff Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson renders a splendid
performance in the picture
"THE GIRL MOST LIKELY."
AT THE LUX.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY. JANUARY 11, 1951
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fj!ce Won'f Spurn Bulganiris
New Bid For 'Summit' Talks
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP) President Eisenhower wilr reply to Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin in a day or so and heave the door open to "Summit" talks
with Russia, officials indicated today.
But he will reject Bulganin's latest bid to hold them within "two or three months."
Eisenhower would consult the Western allies before agreeing to meet with Bul Bulganin,
ganin, Bulganin, it was indicated.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, setting the tenor of the allied reply to
Russia's peace negotiation proposals, brusquely knocked down Bulganin's bid for early
Dulles told a news conference yesterday there must be extensive preliminary
negotiations first on a lower diplomatic level that produce at least a probability of
success before it would be worthwhile to hold a conference of chiefs of state.
Caught In Raid
On Danish Bars
Appears To Havjp Survived Political Crisis
He said a top-level conference i pacts which would block defense free elections. He said the Rus Rus-hat
hat Rus-hat ended in disagreement or in armament and U.S. progress on sisn promptly reneged on this
m nereement in words only would rockets ana missnes. agieemem
i..,, "vrv undesirable eonse- In Questioning the value of a-
greements wren nussia, uunes
i recalled that the 1955 summit
meetine in Geneva agreed upon
the unification of Germany through
Dulles sized up the Soviet pre
mier's letter as a "massive repe
ition of prior proposals" made by
Soviet officials and summarized in
mother Bulganin letter Dec. 11.
He said the new letter was
Shied to "discombobulate" Allied
replies to the earlier proposals and
'blanket" the ettect am-oao. oi me
fresidwent's State of the Union
message to Congress.
The secretary accused the Rus Rus-ilans
ilans Rus-ilans of being more interested in
'propaganda techniques" than sin sinter
ter sinter efforts to relax East-West
"They use a le of words,"
Dulles wid. "They talk mere
frequently and more t!ruently
, perhaps and mere passionately
bout 'peace.' But when it comes
to doing the things that are go going
ing going te bring about peace, then
vau find a vacuum."
American officials studying the
Buleanih notes said they appeared
to cloak a Communist effort to get
the West signed to non-aggression
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Movie Star. Fiance
Play To Audience
At License Bureau
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 11 (UP)
Film Star Jayne Manstieid and
her f i a n c e, Mickey 'largitay,
played to an audience of 300 per persons
sons persons in the Los Anseles County
hall o records today to take Out
a marriaee license.
Spectators jammed around the.
24-year-old actress and her muscu muscular
lar muscular fiance, 28, while the couple
posed cheek-to-cheek for dozens, of
photographers. The crowd heeted
Miss Mansfield said, "I'm so
happy. We're both on a pink
She wore a close fitting rose rose-pink'
pink' rose-pink' suit, a black mink stole and
a feathered Japanese hat. The
pair arrived at the license bureau
in a green Cadillac convertible.
Hargitay, one-time "Mr. Uni Universe"
verse" Universe" of male weightlifting cir circles,
cles, circles, let Miss Mansfield do most
of the talking.
The license was issued by clerk
Ella Moody, who first made sure
that Miss Mansfield's divorce from
Paul Mansfield, Dallas, Tex., pub public
lic public relations man, had been en entered
tered entered officially. The divorce be
came final last Wednesday.
The marriage on Monday also
will be the second for Hungarian-
born Hargitay, who listed his real
first name as Miklos.
Following Monday's ceremony
at the Wayfarers' Chapel n Palos
Verdes Estate, Miss Mansfield and
Hargitay will fly to Dallas for a
wedding reception at the home of
her parents and then they will
honeymoon in Florida, returning
in time for a Feb. 12 Las Vegas,
Nev., night club engagement.
In Dispute Over
Merits Of Elvis
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (UP) (UP)-Carol
Carol (UP)-Carol Taylor, 15, of Redwood City,
was in critical condition at Se
quoia Hospital today after being
bludgeoned with a baseball bat
by a 15-year-old boy in an argu-,
ment over Elvis Presley.
Hospital authorities said the!
beating had driven pieces of bonei
into the girl's brain.
. The boy, Cordie Lee Pendleton,
gave himself up Thursday after
running away "to try to tninx
Cordie and his brother, Robert,
11, had been living with the girl's
family as foster children. Mr.
Taylor is executive secretary of
the San Mateo County chapter
of the American Red Cross.
San Mateo county authorities
said Cordie told them that he
beat Carol up because she didn't
like Elvis Presley.
"We fought all the time," Cordie
said. "This time it was about El Elvis.
vis. Elvis. She didn't like him. She didn't
think he was any good."
He said he began hitting Carol
with the bat shortly after she
called Elvis "iust a stupid Okie.''
"She just thinks she's better
than I am because she has her
real parents, Cordie said. "Every
time we have fights she tries to
run me off."
Cordie said he nicked tin S rifle
at a neighbor's home and walked
away after the beating.
"I went up on the hill and tried
to think things out," he said. "I
wanted to figure out what to do. I
was going to shoot myself."
Cordie said he then decided to
give himself up to the Hillcrest
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 11 (UP)
Teh American servicemen were
held as possible deserters bera to today
day today after a swoop by Copenhagen
police "flying squads' on .he Ca Capital's
pital's Capital's bars and restaurants last
Seme 30 servicemen, most of
them based in Germany, we r e
picked up but 20 were later ie
A police spokesman said he
wasn t vet prepared to release
full details but sources said the
American Embassy knew in ad advance
vance advance of the raids:
Scale of the raids was unprece unprecedented.
dented. unprecedented. Pans were made in the
utmost secrecy and each bar and
restaurant was raided simultan simultaneously.
eously. simultaneously. Tie police spokesman admitted
that although men proved to be
deserters had broken both Dan
ish and American laws "we will
take no action against them. They
will be handed over to American
authorities and presumably sent
back to their bases for prosecu
CARACAS, Jan. 11 (UP). Two minor incidents of mob violence were reported, here last
Police used ras to break un the more violent of tha two mobs, a crowd of stone-throw
ing teenagers who appeared to be demonstrating in favor of increased liberty for college stu students.
dents. students. Sdme windows were broken, but no casualties were reported.
Another mnh gathered outside offices of the newsnaner El Heraldo whose owner, former
interior minister Laureano Valenilla Lam, resigned in yesterday's cabinet shakeup. Armed
police were sent to guard the building.
Valenilla and secret notice chief Pedro Estrada were the two officials whose unpopular
ity with the armed forces caused the cabinet reorganization, reliable sources said.
Gen. Nestor Prato; agriculture,
Col. Luis Sanchez Mogoiion; gov governor
ernor governor of the federal district of
Caracas, Capt. Oscar Ghersi Go
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IN EVERY MINUTE 1
The white-hot story of L J, columnist -i III 1
killer without a gun I
SICK CHICK? A real sick
chicken is this specimen, who
makes like a penguin at Dions,
France. Even without "formal
! attire," she high-hats the rest
i of the barnyard by walking
around in this perpendicular
position. The rest of the
world's chicken population
probably consider the upstart
as mad as a wet hen.
Joe Louis To Pay
$20,000 Per Year
On Huge Tax Debt
CHICAGO (UP) Former
world's heavyweight boxing cham
pion Joe Louis, who owes the gov
ernment more than a million dol
lars in back taxes, has reached
an agreement to pay $20,000 a
year on the giant debt.
Louis, in an announcement
Thursday night, said he agreed to
the payment plan in hopes the
government will make adjust adjustments
ments adjustments later on the amount he
Louis accountant, Arthur J.
Wilson, said Louis owes $1,250,-
000 in back taxes, penalties and
interest from 1946-54.
At the rate of $20,000 per year.
it would take more than 60 years
for Louis to liquidate his tax obli obligations.
gations. obligations. Louis, who earned more than
four million dollars with his fists.
presently earns about $33,000 per
year as an official of the interna international
tional international boxing club and from the
Joe Louis Milk Co. and a record
Wilson emphasized that the gov
ernment did not reduce the
amount Louis owes as part of the
agreement. However, he said
Louis makes regular payments
and shows good faith, he was
CHICAGO (UP) About 2,000
officials of the giant Teamsters
Union today faced assessments of
$1,040 each to build a 2-miUion
dollar fund for their own defense
should they "run into legal diffi difficulties."
culties." difficulties." Harold J. Gibbons, St. Louis, a
vice president o" the union and
top aide to President elect
James R. Hoffa, told of the as assessment
sessment assessment at a meeting of Teams Teamster
ter Teamster officials from 13 Midwest
Gibbons said Hoffa had nothing
to do with planning the fund and
added, "Most Teamster officials
are tinder attack one way or
"I suppose Hoffa will benefit
from the fund, though," Gibbons
Promissory notes were banded
out to the officials during the
meeting, authorizing union payroll
deductions of $10 weekly for two
years and providing for an 8 per
cent penalty for overdue payments.
Gibbons said the fund drive was
on a voluntary basis, and no union
official had to contribute.
Seven trustees, to be known as
"labor's minute men," will ad administer
minister administer the defense fund Gibbons
said. The contributions will be
used for the legal defense of
Teamster officials and to provide
benefits for the families of con convicted
victed convicted union office holders.
(Diplomatic circles in Wash
ington said both men have fled
from 'Venezuela vaiemiia was
reported heading for New York,
while Estrada is believed to have
fled to the Dominican Renhblic)
As a token of the "new look"
in Venezuelan administration,
the government last nipht re
leased five Catholic priests whose
imnrisonment at the time of
last week's revolt had aroused
The principal prisoner was
Msgr. J. Hernandez Chapellin,
editor of the church organ La
Valenilla was hew responsime
for the government's previous
refusal to free the nriests.
Catholic Archblshob Rafael
Arias Blanco had aDDealea re
peatedly to the former interior
minister to release tne cnurcn
President Marcos Perez Jime
nez installed a new camnet wim
heavy military representation
yesterday following the resigna resignation
tion resignation of all his former ministers.
The President appeared to have
weathered this latest political
A government communique
described the resignation of the
cabinet and the governor of the
Caracas- district as routine, but
the palace was observed to be
under the heaviest troop and
tank guard since the abortive
New Year's Day revolution.
Traffic was barred from the
Avenue Urdanetta, In front of
the presidential palace and only
automobile carrying military
leaders were allowed to pass by
the palace guard
Formation of the new govern
ment was announced after Perez
Foreign relations, Carlos Felice
Cardot: finance. Jose Giacoppini
Zarranga; Justice, Hector Parra
menu waa ttU'vUfivou aivi i(uwv, -
Jimenez held night-long confer- Marauezi mines and petroleum.
ences with top military cmeis.iBdmunrio Luongo caDeuo; pumic
The key eight out of the 14 mm- neaiin, pearo uuwerrez Aiiaru;
istries went to army and navy
officials, giving the armed forces
a controlling majority.
ShoDs. offices ana lactones
opened normally "here and the
usual commuters jammed trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Many military cars
were in evidence in the down downtown
town downtown area, however.
The cabinet reshuffle was the
first political uDheaval since the
Jan. 1 revolution which broke
out at Maracay, sparked by dissi dissident
dent dissident military elements. The re revolt
volt revolt wtfs put down in short order
by forces loyal to Perez Jimenez,
who took power In Venezuela in
1952 with military backing.
He was continued in power for
another five years in a nation
wide plebiscite last Dec. 15 in
which-he was the only candidate.
The new cabinet list incluoea:
Interior, Gen. Luis Felipe Llov Llov-erS
erS Llov-erS Fftez; defense, Gen. Romulo
Fernandez; development, Rear
Adas. Carlos Larrazabal: com communications,
munications, communications, Gen. Jose Saul
Guerrero Rosales; public works,
Gen. Oscar Mezzei; education,
labor. Carlos Tinoco Rodil
In New York. Dr. Jovito Villal-
ba. leader of the Venezuelan op
nositlon. described the new cab
inet as. far more "reactionary"
than the old one.
Villalba said he had cabled the
chiefs of the armed forces that
"only the withdrawal of Perez
Jimenez and a definite change
towards democratic rule" couia
Eisenhower, No Cicero At All,
Still Has Old Audience Appeal
WASHINGTON (UP)-It's true
President Eisenhower blew some
of his lines. By one count he
goofed a word or so on 23 sep separate
arate separate occasions.
But the consensus of those who
heard his State-of-the-Union ad
dress was that this wasn't bad for
a 5.000 word speech and in any
event no worse than Ike would
haVe done one, two or five years
If everybody hadn't known Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower had suffered a mild
stroke Nov. 25, with a temporary
impairment of speech, nobody
would have thought a thing of
Such slips as Thursday's "citil-
ians" for "civilians," or his back
up-atid-start-again on such tongue
twisters as "among our assets, let
us first briefly glance. .
Better orators than Eisenhower
nave stumbled in public on
phrases like that. After all Eisen
hower was hardly a Cicero even
back in 1952 when he was wowing
audiences from New York to Cali
fornia with his grin, his charm
and his manifest sincerity.
Gibbons said the defense fund
plan was thought up after the
union's convention last October.
Since then, the union has been
ousted from the AFL-CIO, Presi President
dent President Dave Beck has been convict convicted
ed convicted of embezzlement, and Hoffa has
been prevented from assuming the
presidency on charges bis elec
tion was rigged.
01 BHS Selected
For 'Who's Who'
Edgar and Oscar Kourany, twin
brother graduates of Balboa High
School in 1952, have been named
to annear in Who's Who Of btua
ents of American Colleges and Uni
Fatal To Officer
NEW YORK, Jan. 11 (UP)
The odds ran out today for
retired detective John Lenox,
chief security officer of the New
York Housing Authority police
Police said Lenox, 51, arose this
morning, placed one bi llet in his
revolver and told his wife, Esther,
that he was going to play Russian
He twirled the chamber, put the
weapon to his head end pulled
the trigger twice.
"See," he told his wife, "noth "nothing
ing "nothing happened."
The third time the revolver
fired and Lenox fell dead. Police
Local Army Group
To Set Do Supply
System In Bolivia
A four-man advisory group
three military and one civilian em
ploye of the Ordnance Section, U.
S, Army Caribbean, left by air
Tuesday morning for La Paz, Bo-livia.
The ernun will soend 60 days
there, workmg with Bolivian Min Minister
ister Minister of Defense Don Carlos Mora Morales
les Morales Guillen, setting up an automo automotive
tive automotive maintenance and supply sys
tem for the Bolivian Army pattern patterned
ed patterned a'ong the same lines as that 0 0-the
the 0-the U. S. Army.
HOOP-LA-LA The scene is
Miami Beach, Fla.; the girl is
shapely Levon McKibben, who
seems to be getting set for some
hoop-de-doo along the sunny
Included in the Ordnance group
were: CWO Odis R, Odum, SFC
Howard H. Waite, SFC John Chiles
Jr., and Cynlle E. Martens.
These men have been to numer
ous other Lstin American coun countries
tries countries in the same capacity under
the Army's technical assistance
hopeful a compromise on the tax said he had been despondent ovr
debt could be. reached. rports that he would lose his job.
The brothers were selected oh
the basis of leadership, scholar scholarship,
ship, scholarship, extracurricular activities and
potentiality for future usefulness
to business and society.
The Kournav brothers will be
graduated from Morningside Col
lege, Sioux City. Iowa, in June
Thev have been accpeted for ad
mission to the medical college of
the University of Indiana.
Edear is a member of the Cos
moDolitan Club at Morningside. He
has been nresident of the Beta
Beta Beta fraternity, and the Bio
logy Club, as well as secretary of
the Pre-Engineers Club. He is al also
so also a member of the Chemistry
Edgar is a letter winner in base baseball
ball baseball basketball, and is a member
of the M club. Edgar was also ac
tive in baseball and basketball
while a student at Balboa High
Oscar is vice president of the
M club, and is also a baseball
letter-winner and was a member
of the freshman oasketball team.
Oscar is active in intramurals
and science: and has been presi
rirnt o' the Beta Beta Beta and
the Biology Club, as well as being
a member of the Chemistry and
Pre-Engineers 'Clubs. Oscar is al
so a member ot tne cosmopolitan
Some of those same qualities
showed through Thursday, more
than live years and three major
illnesses later, for this or some
other reason his iampacked audi
ence in the big House chamber
loved him right from the start.
They not only stood and ap
plauded. They cheered add roared,
more maybe from the Republican
than the Democratic side but
enough from both to warm the old
Ike grinned and beamed. When
the iirst ovation finally was quiet
ed ne toucned on a couple more
by tossing verbal bouquests to toward
ward toward his wife in the gallery (she
wanted to join in best wishes for
the new year, he said) and to
Speaker Sam Rayburn and Vice
President Richard M. Nixon be
hind him (they both were cele
brating birthdays this week, their
ibia and tn, respecuvely).
Odum, Waite and Chiles are sta stationed
tioned stationed at Fort Clayton. Martens
works at Clayton and lives in Cu-rundu.
Then he settled down to the bus
iness at hand. He fished his plas
tic-rimmed glasses out of his outer
breast pocket, pulled a clip from
his manuscript and slipped a sheet
at a time off to the left, gradually
unstacking one pile of paper and
neartly building another.
The speech was a! long one, in intended
tended intended to run about 35 minutes.
With 39 interruptions for applause
u ran 10 m minutes.
Court In Hungary
To Life In Prison
VIENNA, Jan. 11 (UP)-A Com
munist Hungarian court today
sentenced Msgr. Albert Egon Turc Turc-sanyi,
sanyi, Turc-sanyi, formen secretary to Josef
Cardinal Mintiszenty, to life im
prisonment for counter-revolution
ary activities! informed sources
A spokesman for the official
Hungarian news agency M.T.I.,
contacted by telephone in Budapest
refused to .confirm or deny the re report.
port. report. Msgr. Turcsanyl and 17 co-de
fendants were tried in Budapest
from Dec. 3 to Jan. 8 by a court
headed by Judge Mathilde Toth,
the so-called "hanging" judge, tha
The other defendants, included m I
flman f!athnlif nriocte onH thonl"
ogy students and two laymen. The
sources said they received prison
terms ranging up to 10 years.
All 18 defendants were chaijiad
with looting the files of the Ronm-
Catholic church office during tne
Hungarian freedom uprising in late
1956. Msgr. Turcsanyi also was
charged with attempting to flee
Hungary "illegally" after Soviet
troops had crushed the rebellion.
He became Carunal Mind-
szenty's secretary during the brief
period of freedom the Cardinal en
joyed after his release from Cbm Cbm-munist
munist Cbm-munist captivity.
Msgr. Turcsanyi remained in the
sanctuary of the U.S. legation un
til nov. 10, 1956, when he made a
break for freedom. He was ar
rested with an American corres correspondent
pondent correspondent as they tried to drive
through the Soviet lines into Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. The correspondent was re released
leased released but the priest was turned
over to the Hungarian secret po
got time and $1,500 on your
hands, maybe you'd better see
Betty Murray. The zippy ex ex-New
New ex-New York publicity gal organ organizes
izes organizes Showplane "Glamor Trips
to Europe" and goes along as
I hostess, guide, M.C. and oeleb oeleb-irity
irity oeleb-irity introducer. The 72-person
(parties see the sights, take in
ishows and visit with celebrities
Selection In Okinawa Viewed As Test
Of American Prestige In Far East
N AHA, Okinawa, Jan. 11 (UP) (UP)-This
This (UP)-This politically sensitive capital of
America's- most powerful missile
age stronghold in the Western Pa
cific will elect a Socialist mayor
The balloting is viewed as a
major test of American prestige in
the Far East.
Both candidates are Socialist but
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VOLCANO THREAT EASING
CATANIA, Sicily (UP) The
Mount Etna volcano, which erupt erupted
ed erupted New Year's Day, appeared to
be settling down again today. The
explosions which have been rock rocking
ing rocking the 10,755-foot-high mountain
decreased and the stream of lava
from the northeastern crater ap appeared
peared appeared to be solidifying.
SHARKS CAUSE SWIM BAN
DURAN, South Africa (UP) (UP)-Seabathing
Seabathing (UP)-Seabathing was banned at Natal
coastal resorts today after the
third man in less than a month
had been killed by a shark. The
victim was farmer Deryck Prin-
sloo, 42, who died en route to a
hospital afler being attacked
Thursday. It was the fifth shark
attack since Dec. 18.
Marine Denies Mistreatment Of Prisoners In Brig;
7 Other Guards, Inmates Back Up Story Of Warden
YOKOSUKA, Japan, Jan. 11, ted and one still remained t be
(UP) U.S. Marine Sgt. Robert
Barbuti, of Schenectady, N.Y.,
today denied he mistreated pris prisoners
oners prisoners while a warden at the U.S.
Navy brig at Sasebo.
Barbuti, 23, took the stand in
his own behalf at his general
court .martial and denied nearly
every one of the 29 separate
charges against him. Seven other
Marines guards and prisoners
backed him up.
The court' scheduled final argu
ments for tomorrow and informed
sources said a final judgment also
micht be nandee down tomorrow
Batbuti was one of 16 Marine
guards at the brig accused of
cruel treatment of prisoners.
.aignt were conviciea, six acquit
tried. Four of the convictions
ere. thrown out by review
Question Te Barbuti
Prosecutor Lt. Leo F. O'Brien,
of Kansas City, Mo., insisted that
if Barbuti, himself, had not mis mistreated
treated mistreated the Navy prisoners in the
brig, then as warden he should
have reported cruelties inflicted
by other guards to brig offieer,
Capt. Milton C. Kramery of Har Harvey,
vey, Harvey, 111.
Barbuti said it was useless to
report the men to Kramer
"I wasn't getting any results on
tne chits i turned in. he said
"I've seen Capt. Kramer teat up
chit reports. . Kramer admit admitted
ted admitted to me that he was at fault."
The bring warden admitted he
frightened one prisoner by pre
tending he p anned to snoot mm
with a .45 pistol.
"You'd rather scare him than
put bim on report, is that righte"
Prefers Sears Trtetmerw
"More than likely, yes," Bar
buti replied. "1 knew the guy was
married and I didn't tnuw a
special court martial would help
Several Marine guards who took
the stand for Barbuti said they
were responsible for some of the
acts of cruelty charged to Barbuti
by prosecution witnesses.
Pic. f rame ft. Pasternak, jr.,
22, of Chicopee, Mass., who was
sentenced to two months in the
brig at his own court martial, said
it was he, not Barbuti, who struck
a prisoner the warden was ac
cused of hitting.
Pvt. Guy E. Ford. 20. of Colfax,
111., said Barbuti had no part in
incidents charged by the prosecu prosecution,
tion, prosecution, including cutting a prisoner's
chest with a bayonet and hittin;
and kicking another prisoner.
"Barbuti was a good brig ward
en," said Ford, who was a peieae
er in the brig. "Barbuti had, I
guess you could call it, his own
law. He was awful strict on every
man in his squad."
the Communists are openly backing
4-year-oid banchi Kaneshi against
65-year-old Tatsuo Taira, who has
promised privately that he wUJ
work with the American Occup
The race is considered so close
that bad weather could be the de
ciding factor. Since Kaneshi's Com
munist supporters he stoutlv
denies any tinge of Communism Communism-are
are Communism-are better organized and disciplin
ed, heavy rain would play into his
The weather forecast is tar clou
dy skies, pattered showers.
earring a tempest, o k l n a w a
newspapers expect victorv for
American backed Taira. The Ok-
nawa Times straw poll, which the
paper said has been accurate in
the past, gives Taira 37,877 votes
to 30,824 lor Kaneshi.
The Times poll, foreseeing vic victory
tory victory for Taira by a 6-4 margin, is
the most optimistic prediction yet
Other well backgrounded observ observers
ers observers believe it will be much closer.
One American, who certainly can
not be accused of wishful think thinking,
ing, thinking, feels Aira will be lucky to
get 52 per cent of the vote even in
Both Candidates put on whirl whirlwind
wind whirlwind rallies at the climax of tner
campaigns and both claimed victory.
The po'ls close at 7 p.m. Sunday.
BELGRADE, Jan. 11 (UP)-In-donesia's
arms huyina delegation
to Yugoslavia "will ,ftot go home
empty-handed," a reliable source
The five men in the group "can "cannot
not "cannot but be very satisfied" with
the results of their mission to
Yugoslavia to buy small arms, he
Indonesia also asked the United
States for arms. The State Depart Department
ment Department said the request was under
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