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PANAMA, R. MONDAT, DECEMBER 30. 195T
' LOCAH G.I.s CRASH FILMS Sp3 Eltoku Oshlro, a GI born In Hawaii of Japanese parentage,' is captured by Aldo' Ray,
'the tough, sergeant, during the filming of "The Naked and the Dead," ort location in Panama Just Over the Canal Zone line'
, : from Ft. Kobbe. Oshiro, from company A, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, is one of about a dozen soldiers of Japanese de-
scent based here on the Isthmus who have been playing as extrascA meat-cutter In civilian life, oshiro acted so effectively'
that he was chosen for a small speaking part. In center, JSp2 i George Hollowell. of ithe: Army Signal Service takes a color
-'.reading for1 the shot He has, been assisting the Warner Broth ers-RJEC.O cameramen shooting In Cinemascope scenes that
simulate a South Sea island.
German Wanderer Has 'No Trouble At All'
W7? Panamanian I Officials at Frontier:
' f l.i'rr by P
fc iinri JUJm
i1 r oniy- iour: ti
j ly at the Sa
t j pensary, w
A PUBLIC HEA.BIN'd oiv A toih-A German youth who iff working f
by Panama newWfja-0 Ksr5;i. (. uin, Amerwa saidi
Jurario Jias nist'ioswi i y ne aim ois tww -companions
: doctors avfe on duly aau naa -.j no troucue at an wjui j'an?
Santo Tomas Hospital di amanian authorities at the Jborder
, f i -,rr'
"Man Of YearS:
muraer A-narqe i-oiiows
Gh m p; B iie rd ;Stabbihg
A man vhd was stabbed and fourict lying lnf a street
In C&rnp Bierd died in Coo Solo Hospital, at the weekend,
and fijs assailant, Donald iS, Wright 'was" charged with
murder todaj in the Cristobal Magistrate's Court.
' The stabbing -victim' was Edwin E. Clark, 33, who
was 'found by' policy 'on Saturday night lying on Canal
Street ln front of Building; 1723 in Camp Bierd.
Bleeding profusely from wound
in the lower left side of his bacK,
Clark identified his assailant as
Fifteen minutes later, Canal
Zone police arrested Wright and
charged him with assault with a
Today, following tne nospitars
report of Clark's death, Wright
was charged with murder. ........
'The case was continued until
Thursday afternoon, but no bail
was set. l, t
Police said that; on apprehend
ing the defendant he admitted that
he had just stabbed Clark. It was
reported that Clark suspected
Wright of going ouf with his
(Clark's) girl friend, and went to
the alleged assailant's house
make some accusations,
Wrieht. a Camo Bierdi resident,
is employed by the- Navigation Di Division.
vision. Division. Clark's occupation was un unknown,
known, unknown, i
which handles 'an aver
age of. one case every six minrttes.
' -i A report"- from rne netpirai
medical director. Dr. Victor M.
Pareja, Indicated that one In-
Urn it on duty from J a.m. to 3
-,p.m, daily, ifwo from 3 to II p.m.
whon the. dispensary handlat its
' htvist load, and one from, 11
3 P- i
v The hearing was the aftermath
of a -series of complaints over de delays
lays delays encountered by patients at the
dispensary, -which was climaxed
by Jurado's complaint tiiat be fail failed
ed failed to receive prompt and cour
teous attention from the doctor on
near Costa Rica.
was surprised to learn that only
last week a British, globe-trotter
complained that he was .brutally
beaten by a border policeman.
(Charges against a border police
man was filed by Don White, who
complained to the British Embas Embassy
sy Embassy that he was badly beaten near
the Costa Ricaft border. White
claimed he was attacked without
Meanwhile, the blonde 'German
said today that one of lus friends
duty when he took his daughter to .was carrying a little .22 revolver;
j the dispensary with, a cut finger.
i' Dr.. Luis Garcia, the young in-f-1
tern laccused by the newsman,
- was reprimanded for displaying a
'lock of professional 1 zeai,
coldness in his treatment of
- patient and her relatives."
On th other hand. Jurado was
criticized for j the manner in which
he handled the complaint,
That was the only thing taken from
them at the border. It wai x
plained to them that the gun could
be retrieved from : the police in
and Manama uty; 5 f"
the. "But we were treated very
courteously all the time,'' he
e time, he
migrated to Canada; said he1 trav
elled down the Alaskan Highway
to Mexico on tus trip here, 'and
claims it was "rough going" all
the way. r t
. someone ?t is always hating a
i i t
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US Govt. Boosls
LOUISVILLE Ky Dec. 30 (UPV- Armv t,c
John C. Nickerson Jr., who received an Army
court martial on charges of leaking guided missiles
data, was named "Kentucky IVian of the Year" last
liight by.station WHAS TV. 1 jzr
The Paris, Ky., native was citedf for placing- hi3
Army career in jeopardy in "opposing; duplication
and confusion in missile, development."'-'
Barry Gingham, president of WHAS, Inc., ti. 2
Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times, said Nicl
erson's action touched off nationwide controverr -and
brought to light the effects of interservice riv-s
ry on missile development, facts that perhaps wcu 1
never have been known had it not been for Col. Nic -crsoh'g
courage. yy y.
Nickerson ;was transfered to the Panama C
nal Zone after his court martial last summer 1
tNickerson's acceptance of the a
GERMAN HITCH-HIKERS Paul, Schmitt (right) V and -Harry
Block wonder about their chances: of eettina worir in Punamn.
v to help them continue, odj their south American jaunt.
f. 1 T ,J." r .? t.s W- a '. . .
uuve oL'iiiiuu wag in an at-ciaeni iray.'coscs ot nis trip, .wnlch
' Mavor Jose M.' Vives of Colon
'4, has taken' steps to keep bu city;car breakdown," he says of the, Canada, and the trio has continued
t from being littered further Wltn,l.mintAo, tnntnriat nh Wv 'on their iaunt tnpether nver ninre.
whem a truck driver whq was
aruns ran into a oitcn
In' Mexico, advent uresome
Schmitt joined forces with two
other uerman youths, Harry Block
and .Herbert Thoem, also from
. r j 1 : (1UIV1 lVO T IH AMU V Q KIT"
"s "b"v -r.. .... en mm tuts aown here,
elers are apt to follow the custom
, of turninS over
welcome of the New Year. i (C I PiAC Mnmae
garbage cans in
Vivea issued an ordinance Satur-s
" day to, the effect that 4ines of w;CU c Cm Dt,'
'i'v'-vj, to $10 will be imposed-pi persons VnOScil rOi DcS
,; caught turning over garbage fans.tY"rc nl'L'iT--.:---
Meanwhile, the garbage collet! AITiaS UeCOrO TlOnS
f tion sitwation in Panama City is'; r y 1 ;
j said to have shown some .: rlighti AS a result of a surprise' tour
improvement. 1 ; j. of inspection made by Los R i 0 s
. However, no explanation has yet ,U vie council representatives dur-
v-... w peeo forthcommg from local health ing the Christmas houdays six
.authorities' as to the recent lack 'Los Rroa homes were selected for
of adequate garbage collection
US Civil Libsrlisii;
For Ch:n2r L km
LOS AXGELES Dec. 30 (tPV-
Attorney. A L. Wirin first. Amer-
- lean since the Korean' war" to re
- ceive a U A State Department Department-approved
approved Department-approved passport to visit-' .Red
. .China and North Korea waa-'on
i his way today to the; Far East.)
- The American civil liberties u u-,
, u-, nion attorney ; left for Honolulu
yesterday, on 'a three-month trip
to intervw 'about 300. witnesses
In, Communist China and North
Korea in the Powell sedition
case.---' - -.
Joha W. Powell and his wife
Sylvia ot San Francisco were
vchar?ed with printing stories jn
the, China! monthly review t(
magazine ;they published in. the
Far East that ih eU.S. engaged
in germ garfare in Korea.
Federal JuHee Loui Goodman
' recently ruled in a San Francis Francisco
co Francisco fiearint that charges aeainst;
the Fow-"s would be "dropred
unless Wjri received nerTni!on
tn fr f omT"nist China from j
tVe U.S.. ate. Department.
The following houses were chos
6233A (Phra Ashbyj' ,;
,5B251B H.- F. Spinney) ;
- S241 (Isaac Price), ''
,7234 (Wnr. L. BingKanty''
6356B (Arthur L. filystone)'
: 6385 (H.vT..Lacy) ? i!
.". In addition the first two occu occupied
pied occupied by the Ashbys and the Spin Spinneys
neys Spinneys received- special Swards for
having won first and second plac places
es places respectively. ; .v "1;
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lii Colon Cabaret;
: Tunerat services for Robert H.
Theaker, -British skipper of. the
S. S. Aft America dropped dead
Sunday moraine at CiroV'a eo-
loa nightclub, will' be held tomor
row morning at the Church ef St.
Margaret in Colon. r ...
The 53-year-old captain had been
su fering from a heart condition.
A requiem mass will be held
at 9 a.m. tomorrow. Capt. Thea Thea-ker
ker Thea-ker had been a frequent visitor
here' since his csble-laying ship
often berthed at Cristobal. ;
his family in Enpland has been
r".:fied of the death.
on their jaunt together ever since
They are all .intent' on. ''seeing
the world" and figure: that after
South America they may head for
So .far, .Schmitt has-worked as
a construction laborer) lumber
pilef, power plant operator, .and a
few other more, menial tasks.
He feels that spending lime In a
country working ..with, its people
is the only true way to get ac-i
auainted with the land. .:
Schmitt is anxious to find some
temporary work here to- help de-
tar has run to $300,'
"I'm pretty flat right now," he
admits with a rueful smile,' "and
it's getUng tiresome .aleeping on
the floor in. my sleeping bag."
vLbse ACamera ;
f tn; pi W't
. 'Anyone lose a valuable camera p
The Cristobal Police said today
they were holding e-camera for
the last few days waiting tor
owner to claim same. 1
Further' identification should be
made to the police.' f a,
Vags'' Picked Up
Around Balboa, v -Put
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-Two Panamanian vagranfs pick
ed up over the week-end in the
vicinity of Balboa residences, were
each given 10-day suspended jail
sentences today by Baibos, magis
trate John js. iteming. --
xne aeienaanis, jusm a. w
tega and Alberto Egle are each
18 years old "- '(
Ortega was "picked up in the a-
rea of house 819-X in Balboa,'
-The other youth, Egle,. was
found in the bush between Croton
Street and the tank farm fence
in Balboa. In addition." to' the,
suspended jail sentence, Egle was
also fined $H. ;T -.
Both were placed n one year's:
probation. ; ;
WASHINGTON Dec, 30 (UP)-.
The U.S. government had boosted
its -property at home and abroad
to at least 750 billion dollars
worth-15 billion dollars more than
a-year -ago., ; ..j
' X Congressional "Committee, re.
porting this said the government
owns 409 million acres of land in
the: Continental United States and
363 million acres abroad. This
it said is-equivalent to all the
states east of the Mississippi Biv
er plus California Oregon and A.
The House Government Opera
tions Committee -report c 0 v er s
both1 real and personal property
and .Includes everything from' air
bases to plants in the botanical
crardens. : A
. The committee's third annual
inventory which H said was on
the conservative side listed total
Federal property holdings at $250-
029591000 as of. June 30 195T
Jr.... m illi
Frlun,rd. of tnis was anrmcrease oi u Duuon
Seven eirls "xnd'hine toy 'were
born t Gorges Hospital during the
week ending at midnight, Monday,
Dec. 23, according to the regular
hospital report. During that period
160 patients were, admitted and
198 were discharged.'
The names and addresses of tne
parents of the girl babies oliow:.
S-Sgt. and Airs. F.,Martine, of
Locona; Mr. and Mrs.'W. A. Reid,
of Panama City; Sfc and Mrs. A.
J. Rine, Jr., of Fort Clayton; Dr.
and Mrs.- F. X.: Schloeder, of
Ancon: S-Sgt. and s, B, L
Compton, of Albrook; : Mr. and
Mrs. A. Argerenon, of Curundu
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. K.'K, Bak-
ker, of Cocohi r j
Boys were horn to the following:
S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. A Vargas, of
Locona r Mr. and Mrs. G, Fran-,
cis. of Panama City; Sgf. and Mrs.i
R. Rodriguet;; of Panama City;
Mr-and Mrs.tV. A,
Panama Citv:' S-Sgtand Mrs. W
Smith, of Locona; Mr.- and Mrs.
a -.a Attani:a o
IT C O MdUll of Pan- total was still tlow the national
1 2'J mll F. A !t of about 274 billion dollar,.
Glasgow, 01 ranama viiy; nu - -on-rt.''', Und build4
ings and other improvements was
valued at 64. billion dollars, f er
1958 and .43 billion- over' 1955.
The committee, noted -the latest
L. Sullivan, of Loco.
Smashed Jri, Theft ;
Pm- breaking into the display
window of the Rainbow City Com Commissary
missary Commissary a youth with a long po-
lir. TMord was bound over today
In U.S. .District Court on, a charge
of burglary. -vv. s -. -.v
George Li Ashby; an ex-convict
who is now on'y 15 years old, J is
chareed with smashing a window
of the commissary on the night 0'
Dec. 13, and trying fav make off
with shirts which were on display.
A resident of Rainbow city.' the
youth was picked up by police yes'
He u now in jau in default m
posting laOO bail f
nnal Dropertv including e 0 u i p
ment machinery supplies .cash
and loans receivable was valued
at 186 billion, dollars.
ward was broadcast tn; a tape-re
corded : message from Panama.
!wWYsa! irt partr-V- ""V, 4
-it is rarurvianv uumji;
cause, it comes irom the free
press, -without which our. liberties
would soon, be lost.,. , '
"It is gratifying also because it
comes from .my home state, where
so manv of my- old. friends stood
up 4b me when- the future looked
the blackest..." :
His -. mother. Mrs. "Irene Nicker.
son, fit Louisville,' received -the a-
Ward on behalf of her son.
Offered For Sale ;
lii Crislcbd Court
Turn Armv auroluS steel barges
which were Involved in. $45,943 2. ..'a,s
breach c-T contract amVvrill be o'JJ1- V'" 0
sold at- public auction Thursday ?. j"1?.6. 'vX3;
Inspectiort and recistrafinri tf
juivaieiy ownea venicies for V-' 3
military post vehicle permits v J
begin in the Panama area Friday.
Beginning at 8 a.m. vehicles may
be inspected at post exchan-e
Registration' and in
i rrts Clayton and Da Da-via
via Da-via wiU be observed on the sched.
ule based on the firt m ih.
registrant's last name as indie, t.
A Ft. Clayton "soldier who plead
H euiltv to a charge of drunken
driving today was fined $100 in the
Balboa magistrate's ourt. ;
Police saw that tne au-year-oia
defendant, Helmut Breautemer,
was weaving slowly "across Gail-
lard Hishw- from- Balboa going
towards Diablo.., ; i ; 1: '-
When a policeman; stopped him
at the railroad track, .the soldier
opened his door and fell out of the
car, :y vc--... t-iij..
Besides the one, Brausteiner f
license was revoked 'or one year.
j i ne onensa occurreu yesieraay at
at' 10 a.m. in the U. S! District
Court at Cristobal, ; .
In announcing the sale-, the U.
MarshaTs office said 1 0 d a y
that the barges '"may be seen
near the Industrial, Division at
Mt Hope.. Tnes were put on sale
to satisfy the judgment, v.
Nachman Eisenmann, owner of
the barges. was 1 ordered last
wsjba wi i pay.,- pmuiiui.
Feurst of New; gleans $45,943 in
nnp-nf ther bifreest' breach of con
tract y trials : held -in the 0wul
Zone .for some ; time.
, The barges, identical in size,
are 110 ft long, and weigh 388
tons each, :'; '-
r The barges, wpr be sold at 1Q
a.m. r ,
r ana (i Jan ; tl- -it-
Jan. 15; J, K and L Ja. ia'Ij.
Jan. 22: R Ji m c
The schedule tn h fnit
Fort Kobbe ia a follows"
A J1?' B -Jan. 1 3;C -1 Jen. C;
M and N Jan. in- n p ,i
V. W, X, Yand,Z Jin, 15,;
3 will not be honored for 1958 Lut
yehicle permits, a ? JZ
Hilbry. Forgo j
To ViiMn 2C3
OM THE EACH
A Miior 0fmpKtrt prenoiled Carina Hw !ttf ioyt of
Mclbetim. Autfralia. Wh PeKtr Holrw bought pof
mmtrjmi ashed, "Con I poy by eheawr rK (lffc f f-r'w4.
r'w4. f-r'w4. "Pur by ronpf pd for ell I cortT
Based on the Best-Selling' Novel by JNevil 2hute
The government epewtd trwif msvmi edy and PViltl
Tawtrt e4 Metre Dendum went fithine n tKe ereM.
it 1 mi
The AMtralian Grad rn 4t!
i eer oi else run eerfy. Soee Soee-1
1 Soee-1 tir Joke OsbonM moa tfce race.
I Studdol ipeelscauM4 aaaHn,
v awiry iafarie. -v
l ueep oix
LONDON. Dec. 30 fUPi-Twer-tV
of Britain's 98 admirals will heilf Af ftl. ,' ; iv
fired next year,.' the. Sunday Ex-li'.lI35 U FOlfi'rVi
The newspaper-sat--.doubIe the! ; 4tWt --,
normal retirement juoU" wouldlXV ea au' f5-
be dismissed frem-tte:.Admuato.;7Ji
part.of BrHain's program ito'n-
within ta miles and five d.vt of
the South' pole) in race with a
British team that still was 15 dr.yt
and mora tfejn 400 mi'.eS away.
'h,:r. ti tttji..- ; ,'i lu
y HlBar. Vtbe condheror V l .t:
Everest,' radioed he and his three
companions, aboard 'three sn v
tractors had covered 44.1 miles
yesterday ia i'warm and 4orrii
weather, v; ;"fev
Hillary said the day's run was
super h." --j,;: v.'
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The 12-m a British team tinder
Dr. Vivian Fuchs was too close; "i
its trek from the Ross Sea on 1
opposite side, of the frozen c- j-
neat. L,t-'r' V
trim defense costs.":.
' The1 Sunday Express said De
fense Minister Donean Sandys won
nn argument wiui rirst sea MJTQ
Earl Mountbattes to dismiss the
20 Admirals, v. ; :
Both Hillary and Fuchs hav-
dicsted they know they are 1
race. Fuchs has ordered his t
to speed up. Hillary has cable j
is "hellbent, for the pole.
Hillary has had easier t
Fuchs has been making scir scir-tests
tests scir-tests ss he traveled. Hillary's
sioa was to set up supply r
for the last teg of the :
team's attempt to cross t
tire 1000-mile wide c
front the British Shackle!
m MONDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1937
: THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Bl SIS MONTHS. IN aOVANCS.
THIS II YOUR PORUM U THI MADIP.S OWN COLUMN
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i'i TerMall n fcj an aeon forum far reaatn af'THa ananB Amsrteaii
Uftsis Bra fsesrve araretll and arc handled 4a -a .wheNy. MnfidBatial
ua.t. v. Sfitm?m!
J If, BB BBBfribBfB B tartar Boa t Be ImpatlanC l dsVft1 .asp th.
Mtf day. Lsttars art aii.His.sd hi tae.eraar iBtBraW.;':,7''"
, riMM try to kasp tha MttBri limited ta ana aiga hlBf hi? 5
: '! laertir b! latter, wrfrars is hald hi strictett confidence
I to Thli BawtBaBB' assumes us raipontlbillry for ttatsmanfa or apinteat
.axpraaaad i lattan from rajasra.
T H E M A I OP'X
By VICTOR RIESEL
WHY NOT LET CAMARON ALONE?
" '. e What busybody is tbroad ii. the little towns of Panama's Intnrior?
iSome months ago, Crede Calhoun wrote in "Half a Column" of
' 1how a brainwashing move to change the name of everything had
been'ifodt in the flavorful countryside around -Boquete.11 Juuda ot
charjcteristic names like "El Salto" The Jump were hloonimg
-," ojrt in a lot of crnate nomenclature. (The$eyer,!a:Tl,telter
name than El Salto for the bic sharp-sided mesa just beyontf BoiiUe-
tm on the road lip the juoimiamj. ... y
' Now the name chancers Have struck closer. j
They've hit "Haiuaron" a nice uiue'iisnuig ymage jusi ue ue-'
' ue-' mod Ft. Kobbe on the TadfJc Coast. ' '.)
Camaron is just about the best-known Panama Kamlet hereabouts.
' -h.r. r acorei. vea. hunoreds of little poblados of its size all
' through Panama that jpobody but the local -corregidor ever' heard
if Tomarnn. avervhodv known it. tiM.
.' It's just bout to fal1 ,ntft nonymy- Somebody and eight
vefayou 10 he wasn't born in Camaron got the bright idea teat
thaJiame "shrimp" wasn't very dignified, or sometiung, so now
thet are signs directing the isitor to "Veracruz." Tins is noi tne
Jtiift of thing a little town thinks of, all by itself.
i Veracruz is such a common name for a town that it meuis uoih uoih-h
h uoih-h huiwr K think firkt of Mexico's brawling Caribbean
" 1 SUE W Ul . ....
tMiri. Everv SDanish country, almost every province has its "Vera-
crpi" or "Vera Cruz."
' .Iwiil thn nerson who keeps goinc around persuading the campe
' aittbs and the Pescadores into changing names please como forward
' inay what he has in nuisu
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
j .-j t ..in ... 4 i ... ;. n f.,
looie ends. Digger O'Dtll got bis share all oyer the country rr hY hY-mi
mi hY-mi on record, and the reports are still comigg in.
pfTho roads are blocked with cars headed for Laredo,' Mexico-
bound. Six of my relatives in the bunch came by to say hello. They
- hay made more money selling gravel and sand than they know
hat to do with and set out to see the world.
The road from Laredo to Monterey will be blocked today if they
all manage toget through. Seme will not be able to find parting
Space in a tourist camp, cheaper than going overseas. Hear they
are! dollar-hungry Drt 6ure sfcip them over Were.
- tjAIy friends didn't forget me this year.'&Got the two proverbial
clean shirts that my friends said were enough to take ith me when
I left for Boquete in 1814.
, Got all the lowdown.cn Boquete from Sam Davis and am clad to
know the people are prosperous. My old Mozo Aniseto Rosas is not
' fating so well, ,; Says ho is getting !too old to- work and hasn't stored
away nough to live on. i&j.&''- '
h v ; "Mj, so cards didn't go arcurieppqdi aext0 couldn't be struck
uhtM Xmai. Don'i worry, theyjlre comingyil ft to bUnre for not
leftjng more to start with.' A i f
- rhnr araclr nf carrlt w all aavitiff "don't fail to keeo un vour
, Eiie," and I can't see what I'm writing,. It's all. the touch system
I K'tii me. J n '''""-'
- Mrs: Ruth whitsett, myftld school teacher iriqnd' at Las Cruces,
Kew Mexico, didn't iorblet nia and too manmare t mention.
: iiiv to onit as I am faiiinc to nit oven troQKeii.uite.' none for
It is more than the end of the
year; it is the end of an era. All
that Dave Beck can set whole
sale now 'is trouble. Bis ''fixer,'!
the mighty middleman, purveyor,
to dynasties ot dues-dipperv U -yailab'e
Naie Shefferman is out of busi
ness. He lost his 4 clients after
the McClellan Committee witness witnesses
es witnesses told how unions were-conjured
up or collapsed, with equal -facilit
ty by Shetiernran'i shadowy "a
gents. Some of those -clients stay
ed on with Shefferman's old De Detroit
troit Detroit ieutenanf. On the .East
Coast, some of them went over
to Louis Jackson, now director or
Sheff erman's old Labor Relations
Shefferman may be finished with
his business,' but the McClellan
Committee is not. It has disnatch-
ed questionnaires to most of the V
inters- qia cuen..
The committee Is asking how
much Shefferman was paid, in
fees and expenses. It wants to
know the total period of services
and just what these s e r v i c els
were. And whether he made any
purchases for any officer of the
It is not Shefferman. the man.
but Shefferman the go between
who interests tne committee and
its chief counsel. Robert Kennedv
From the answers to these ques questionnaires
tionnaires questionnaires will come the data to
help write new laws aimed at
ending combines such as Beck
and Shefferman, eliminating the
influence peddlers inside labor and
ending the terror by goon unions
which smear all labor.
With such laws will exit the
shadow cabinets of a handful of
abor barons' shadowy men
who, until the last convention of
the AFL-CIOr would arrive in a
labor convention .city with fleets
oi cars and lots of cash. They
would set up gay parties in ho
tel suites at which, an employer
was permitted to shake the hand
of m Beck or fsome other union
1c" iet just to .prove that retaining
tne right "fixer" could get you
into all the right places. It might
even be from now on that em
ployers will no longer take urns
out to go to labor conventions.
What the McClellan Committee
can't do for the "fixers" of the
future, the Treasury Dept.'s Inter-
4eend sight Will try to do bitter next time-.. i
I , -" Sp" Wright
J suggest that Americans on the Isthmus not bcso diri.ive as I
have heard some concerning the talk in Panama "of, a. 50-50 split
of Manama Canal revenues.- I agree there are some aspects of the
idea which seem a little ridiculous. For one, it would presumably
do-JJle Cana- tolls, as the Cacal organization would have to double
iU-ieveuue if the half-share it would be entitled to retain is to be
enough to operate the waterway as at present This in turn would
driy, away so much shipping business that the Ditch- would become
virtually denuded of! shipping, and Panama would 'lose mafjx.. of.
Wft.muuons presently a ccrumc to ner annuauy .yirouEmoai'.'sij on
Braauiflnff ahina rh nrrrhnnini? nf hin tnr' anrt thn nmsnepnna
farotma Canal ccmpany's neavy buying in tne Tepublic.
! .If the politicians of the republic want to throw. all these millions
awy. there'r nothing I can do about it. I cannot vote either for
or lagainst them. I can only hope that some day they will brighten
any life with a cairn, v.eiMwasoned argument,. instead et macaw jUcb
Sitifr v-M'(-W;.h-'i. : V ij'a v' VI '4 I "CBF T r '' '"' i'.Vi'
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Zombies In Towsacks
By BOB RUARK
mess. I was ueiv in
nal Revenue Service is working h)ior, and I was ugUer in Jac
The old lady took a long,
searching look at herself. She
was wearing a box, a Kind of
cloth coffin. It was about as high
up the style ladder as you could
climb. Aalenciaga, 'yet. S h-e
looked like a pregnant wrestler,
didn't say anything, not being
Damn and blast and mucho
imprint," said iny good woman.
"I am unprint and more unprint
tired of being stynsn and ugly.
And I am ugly in this Baienuaga
ugly in Uhntian
' screeches into tinny microphones.
14 .lonlr u harm tMm Cn.UI n.
iiBtus look where this 50-50 notion first cameroWi ffil' cdmpanyfinfluence. I
.J i A j .i. .! j. . ( 1 ....
. may prove mo wrong, but my idea is that it 'was the govern
Aiem-encouraged US oil outfit Aramco which first made the deal,
wjut the King of Saudi Arbia
'As with the US government at the Panama Canal, the Americans
Sgpuea au tne Drams, tne equipment ano tne cost oi developing the
udl Arabian oilfields. Tne Saudi Arabian administration contrib-
atettno more effort, to the oil boom there than the Panamanian $ov
trrfment contributed -to the buildine of the Panama Canak here."
t -Come to think of it, the Panamanian National Guard: probably
contributes more to the defense of the Canal than Saudi Arabia's few
amitar-orandisnmg camel jockeys contribute to Holding iheunun
Err -Russians back from the vital oilfielrin nf Anhla.
; jj'ith his shsres of the oil take the King, of Saudi.rflbrs f liar W
few vunc mwu inuuiess wmi ice vaomac oivipn m general Mo Motors;
tors; Motors; and stepped up the literacy rate in his distinguished kingdom to,
such, an extent that about 30 r-eople can now read. and write, CrimK
nal are still punished by the immediate lopping of linib, or majbe
a head. You wouldn't say all that Aramco money, for so nr.any years
has Exactly made the desert bloom in Saudi Arabia.
.Fanama, while not prec&ely Mr. Average Man's parad;se' could
ue expected to maxe tatner more civilized use of any such windiaJL
Indeed, Caracas provider ample evidlnc that not every 50-50 oil
. Beneficiary need' tuck an tie loot under his own mattress.- : Lear
that about 50 per-cent of Venezuela's oil income .manages to leak
quz fz tne pocKcts k enai pcnucians snd colonels .into ca iniie's of
S-Jma social and civic significance. Whether' Panama could attain
aucn a percentage is an issue which I could not courteously specu specu-lata
lata specu-lata upon while Irving on the Isthmus.
-. Ifty main point, however, i that the 50-50 split was an American
Idea, IB the first place. It cannot be pinned exclusively on the stu students,
dents, students, or on Panama's, Foreign Office, or wherever the quarterbark quarterbark-'
' quarterbark-' tag for the agitation is coming from.
.The merits of the cltira I will not discuss. I merely suggest that
some Zoniacs quit blaming the Panamanians for everything, ever?
c Fair's s-air
'- ?. U.S.-BOUND PANAMANIANS
' I nope Joe D. Gutted (Mail Box, Dec. ,14) opened (be eyes of
Panamanians with dark coruDlexiona aeekina ta met in miw
ttM I personally tiimk the US Ambassador here is act aware of
what is going oa. I have heard of cases in which an applicant has
f.t.- so iar as 10 timain nis n-eaicai appointment, only to be tou at
the appointed time that his documents have to be checked Is some
Warfiinjtosi department process which will take three or four
mewks. Some of these cues have been drifting along for up to nine
nop ha bow. - ' t : .'sC
If h Is the policy to put Panamanians with dark eonple&Jons on
sort of a silent qvota, the consul should notlet thea spend
im money amnecessu-ily ot obtaining medical and itice records
- i to forth. lie should wait till an applicant's name eoaes up,
t f send tlie for their nedical checks. r 1
( woulo like the ambascadot to state plainly -rhetar there does
- 1 i silent quota fir dark-kinned Panamanians seeking to enter
sles, r whether there are just too many of as for the iresent
sr fetup to handle txpcd'tiously.
Jss) D. $nw4 II
on. These Treasury units do not
have the manpower to go through
all local and national unions
which have been scandalized.
But the Service is certainly try
ing. The reports are thatt is go going
ing going egec thedetailed, records of
thousands of. unions. Every ex expense
pense expense dollar is being listed ,- and
union leaders are being asked to
explain iust where it went. Thus
is history being made albeit qui quietly.
etly. quietly. T '
' This means a change in the K
Diujr me m me umna, lvr viuy
the uninitiated are unaware that
many a local, like many a busi business,
ness, business, pays cash to all sorts of
people for all sorts of reasons,
during strikes or political cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. These loosely coordinated moves
between two different arms of
the government hit hard at the
oower of the racket unions. For,
important as muscle is, the mil
lions of dollars are their real
cnurr nf nnwr. .Tunr look at
What the McClellan Committee has
uncovered in the manipulation of
the Teamsters' millions.
Now. both the committee and
the Treasury Dept. are examining
the nooks of Jim Hotfa s central
Conference of Teamsters. If Hot
fac an't spend the union's funds
by .the thousands without report report-tnsr
tnsr report-tnsr : in detail ta the government.
hevSwill lose much of his .jaunty
7Jiist.ra.xamin the McClellan
Committee records' and look for
a sentence or two. for example.
in which a witness testified that
he gave that Tennessee judge
s You'll note there that this
Teamster' specimen without tell
ing the judge reported the pay payment
ment payment to the Internal Revenue
Service when they inquired about
I This bit of testimony, "nndoubjt
edly. will noU.'t)a verloJtked to
thte future by'.efficiaj'wjio. inay.
be annroached bv the boys, or by
thousands of honest politicos who
have in the past taken campaign
. The old murky .order changeth.
The era of the goldfish bowl ap
proaches. i-V-v?' t
Galileo 1 GaUleL the great
'adentist of the llth century,
'saw a hanging lamp swinging
! at the end of a chain In tho
! cathedral f Pisa, Italy. He
, noticed its regular motion. Ha
, I found that the time for one
t complete string or vibrattoB)
j was always tha same, whether
, the lamp had a large swing or
,a Bmall obc. This discovery
led to eoa of man's most useful
i InrenUons tha pendulum
, j clock. i ,-j : 4. ; f
" I e BrlttBBKa Jr.'Eacrcloradls
ques Fath. Wat the unprint is the
point of being stylish if all you
are is ugly?"
Now, all. you people who know
and love me are going to appre
ciate the fact that J didn't, charge
nto this frayo Said Ii tf : i f
"Even ugly, I think you're pret
ty," or' some such. Actually, she
looked like the wrath of God. She
had. a pregnant lady's coat down
to her knees, and a skinny skirt
that was shorter than the flan-
ers used to wear. And thtsJ
friends, was bant coutoure.;!, AU
what, cost I wouldn't cat "to'(6on4
aider. .-'. :...' i-' Vtvfr'.l :?
I got some hips, and you
can't see em," the disenchanted
maiden continued. "I, have a
waist, and you can't see it. They
have hung a belt on this t h i n g
that is so low-sluhg7j feel 0ike
I'm wearing '"a diaper. -1 am not
the sheath-gown type, and from
now on I start a one-woman re
bellion. I'm going to hire a dress
that'll make me feel like, a girl a-J
gain, insteerj o ashpnable
"It says here-inVogue
"Start the fire with Vogue,"
she snapped. "And use Esquire
for the extra kindling. American
men look nearly as silly as A A-merican
merican A-merican woman ever since they
started that neaw 'narrow look.'
You can see more silly looking
guys around New 'York than I ev ever
er ever remember. Those hats, for in instance,
stance, instance, and those caps, and ev
erybody, even including the old
hoys, wearing crewcuts."
"Yes, ma'am I said, "But if
you will notice the battered plum
age of your mate, here, the
brims are still wide, and the hat
crowns are still pinched, and you
can still find a lapel on my
coats. ISO cap has ever crown
ed my locks, which have been al
lowed to remain in sparse splen
dor to give i little camouflage to
my earn gfy-tf
i majf be cofnyj but t 'attract
no unaue attention in Kome, Ita
ly, or London, England, or Bar Barcelona,
celona, Barcelona, Spain, which is w here
most of my finery leaves the tai-
ior s snears oo i wiu continue
to be regarded as a freak in New
';"You look like a riverboat gam gambler
bler gambler in that black Hombuvg,' she
said waspishly. "You look like a
character part asplayed by John
well." xairl t. "I nafrl
$50, for Us black Homburg to
tneavanagn boys 10 years ago,
and I would rather look like a
riverboat gambler than these pin-
heads you see with the two -inch
brims with the bows in back. A
maker and start, wearing .clothesijnan with my kind of ears needs
a hat brim on top. Also I aim'
no college bov to Dick un everv
fad that comes along,,' Nor do I
want to look like I worked on
. "You haven't changed a
style in the -20 years i I've
custody of you," she came back
with, "except for that little blue
number with the gold buttons the
Wavy hung on you. You've even
kept the same style mustache."
TjJThat I have, madame," said
l, "and expect to continue. I am
not a wishy-washy woman, sway
ed annually by whims of some
sissy boy in Paris Whose main I
dea is to make women, look ugh
er whilst making money, as well.
When I attire myself in garments
l m not heading for a costume
- "Also, ? this mustache suits "me.
Whatever its effect on the rest
of the world is a matter of negli negligible
gible negligible importance. 'It's my upper
lip, (i iv i n t
"16 sunfup'.I liaverowbfac
customed td Ayr face"" There are
bags under theeys and the chin
is double. The ears flange 'arro 'arrogantly
gantly 'arrogantly outward. No crewcut will
hide the fact thsTt I am past the
stage called "balding. -No Bermu Bermuda
da Bermuda shorts will do- anything for
my varicose veins. rdon't need
no brocade vest to 1 keep '. me
warm. Madame you are married
to a square." ? -"For
the first time in nearly
20 years we find ourselves in
complete agreement." the crown
pr,!;tnornsrepued. "Bur I think,
in .au tairness, i may join your
team ano, go back to looking like
a woman again, instsead of
The next day she had nioned in
the waistline, removed a few
bows and belts, snd I swear you
wouion t -Know ur was the same
dame. Now at least: you could
tell it was a dame, instead of a
zombie .Ur a towsack
, ii i.uli
SOME DAY WE'LL LOVI AGAIN
Some day we'U Jova; again:; it
happens ftenv-:- 7i ''
The soothing intervention :of Hhe
days vfe.)f.f',;iiii V V-Will
Will V-Will pacify the fevered pulse end
soften ;"'. ;--';4ii?
The heart of stoner-f or time in
suDtie ways ti
Can nullify the .hasty ,word or ae-
Obliterating -wfiat 'has ibeen; "until
Your eyes mirigue. me wittt: th
old attraction, i; !"
Your lips enthrall me with the
ancient thrill. .'V :
Some day we'll love again:, we
may recaPture f .vv'".
The wonder el .the -musif vtflC;0
rhvme. -a ': -. ''- -' -7i .;
And beat our .wmgs gainst Che
gates of rapture .'.W'-ft -To
fan, the fires of once upn a-
But in the meantime we 'are get
ting thinner. - -W 'k,v An
So howz about some koktills and
The Radio City Music Hail's ah-
nual pagenat is so very area t.
(But it always is. That amusement
temple is New York's- (and Amer
ica's) best ad considering all
the folks from foreign plsces who
make it a must. .Hollywood ex execs
ecs execs are saying the top contea
ders for the Academy Awards
are "Savon ara and "Kwai". .
They are excellent shows, but
Peyton Place will surely be a
major threat It is the nearest
thing to "Gone With the Wind"
for Americana drama. Grace Me-
tauous, author, of the book, must
appreciate how good 20th Century-Fox.
makes per lookvCengrau lookvCengrau-lations
lations lookvCengrau-lations to the entire cart, Mark
Rob ton. who directed, Producer
Jerry Wald and screenplay writer
John Michael. .Add Curtain
calls: Martha Wright's wif with
"Brahms Lullaby." via CBS Radio.
(Hi, Doll!). .The Trio's movie
oracle accurately described Brig-
ette Bardot: "A study in round rounded
ed rounded surfaces to delight anyone who
likes) to study rounded surfaces" i wood's movie chiefs iust nhon'ed
this column: "You're wrong a-
Goils is goils
Mame Jm the Editor: f Hitler's
hoodlums fiBd themselves at home
m -Nasser's Egypt .Fritz Roes
sler. a one-time -top Nasi thug,
now dwells in Cairo usder the
name: of Ahmed Fritz Roessler.
. .He converted to Mohammedan Mohammedanism
ism Mohammedanism along with-Johann von Leers,
former, propagandist for the Nazi
rarty. ue also lives in uairo un
der the namer Omar Amin von
Leers;, Both on passer's payroll.
London must be heaven for ac actors
tors actors and actresses. In Picadilly
the .popularity of stars (not the
power of Critics) generally decides
whether a show will' click or
duck. .Katie Hepburn p 1 a y s
golf expertly enough to bs cham
pion. .Reminder to TV editors:
Starting Friday ; evening Jan. 3,
195g, 'The Winchell File'V(Desilu)
progrein will switch- from Wednes
day-eves following "Jim Bowie,"
a popular Western and before
Mr. Sinatra's sing-a ling.. .-.Thanks
to- allcritics coast-to-coast rf o r
their ratings. .Desilu Produc Productions
tions Productions plans a feature film with
us in the Summer. Based on the
surrender of -a gang chief to the
FBI via this reporter. Tentative
title: "The Leopard". . .Next
Sunday's American Weekly will
feature "The Sinatra I Know".
. .E. Merman's sutogiog had this
nifty: "I hope it's been nice
knowing me". .Wilson Miiner
had the right Idea: "In the bat
tie for existence, tact is the clev
er footwork; talent Is the punch.
larrectisnl Wa said Hecht-HiO-Lancaster'a
recent movie (panning
eolyuraists and press agents)
would be that prosperous firm's
first financial floozy losing a-
bout $500,000.... The N. Y. Times
snd wire services "sronfirmed it
next day this way: "Bitter Smell
of Success," Hecht-Hill-Lancaster's
lone picture in 1957. will proba
bly Jose aa estimated $400, or0 for
the company, according to Harold
Hecht of H-H L". .One of Holly-1 Satin DoIL"
gain, waiter, tr will lose o ver
iWall lorldit k 1.,... XT...
tool aroun' wtd .da press.
ADD WINCHELL VERNITIN
Way ar Wagnar af Naw Ysrk
was no ma only man tha
spor in tha subway Strika. Cbv.
Harlman'i advisars wars scared,
too, because of a recant Infarara-
tatian af the Unemplovment In.
suranca Law...Tachnieally, work-
Bra who can't sat ta wark
(through no fault af thsir own-
such as a subway war) ara antl-
tlad ta unamolovmant Indamnitv
in Our Stats. .Tha transit stop stop-pa
pa stop-pa nuisance will bo paid for by
yaw taxpayers a multi-million
run on Stats wnsmplsymanf In-
snrance und...Ono of tha strike
chiafa anrtowncad (at tha and af
tht strike, which won nothing but
naadiinss and alaraa f ram tha
hard-working aubway rt valors):
"wa eidn'f win hut wa est but
massage. over ta tho aublicl"
Oh, yes. ,-. They'll remambor It
for a toag tints and that it hap hap-aansd
aansd hap-aansd durino thn Paaca on Earth
and Gssd Will Ta Man Evsry-
wnara seaaan.-' ; v-;- .--
f If yai' thawt Sam Beckett's
rWaiting for Godot" was a baf
fler then, read his new wotzit
play narded "All That EalL"
(Happy Fog!. i .Cecil Beaton
has a very zoological description
of ace drama critic" Brooks At
kinson: "He has a foxlikc twin
kle in his eyes ,a duck's flare of
assernveness about his i nose.
(Quack -Quack!). .Talk about con
fessions: Critic Wolcott Biggs (in
the breeaer-than-ever New York
er mag) concedes 'that his opi
nion "may essity be a wayward
Judgment, conditioned by age and
anemia". If you relish unusual
jazzle-dazzle cooing, give -a -listen
to Carol Stevens disc, "That
Turned down m buying whiskv
In Washington, D.C., on a Sunday,
they asked the waitress to serve
it in coffee cups
"tM gave us a look which seem seemed
ed seemed to say that she wouldn't count
enance such anabomination. they
reported to the Moroccan people
in respect for law enforcement.
Particularly impressed with Am
erican newspapers, they noted that
they were 20 centimeri' thick,
for only 0 cents; contained spe-
PORT LYAUTEY.: Morocco.'-
North Africa has .developed some
amazing phenomena lately,1 from
oil to the possibility of harnessing
the sun's rays. a xts-ts j.A w
' But nothing has been more phe
nomenal that the, sight of Ameri
csn servicemen, vtrained to fight
wars, working aty peace. -At
Port Lyautey. on the edge of
the desert, where the Mediterra
nean joins the Atlantic Js one pf
the best examples,
Here the U.Sr naval fleers,
trained to .mart battleships v and
airplane carriers, have won friend
galore for the United States and
have definitely influenced Amen
can oolicy. I ? i '
Navy-men have done this in the
ancient yet new nation of: Moroc Morocco,
co, Morocco, steeoed in tradition as old as
the prophet Mohamed, now. todd toddling
ling toddling with proud though -hesitant
footsteps as. one of tne newest na
tions inthe world.
Long under French rule; ,s- lortg
rhaflnf nffalnst Western imperial
ism; it could slip into the' soviet
orbit without too much nudging.
-King Mohamed V,v benevolent
monarch of Morocco, however, is
one who opposes Communism.' To
strengthen his band, be was given
a triumphant tour through the U
nited States, marred slightly by
the illness of President Kisennow
er In November. ; S Vi.v-
He arrived back in Morocco the
same day I arrived here wrth the
Harlem Globetrotters and a group
of entertainers tof make Christmas
happier for U.S. troops. ? ;
TWO NAVAL AMBASSADORS,
I r '
Even before their King return
ed. however, the people of Moroc
co had read in great detail about
the wonders of America', its friend-
i it- j i - i
iy peopie, us democracy, 71s lau
buildings, .Hs Sutiday newspapers
some of the most glowing ae
counts of the U.S.A. ever publish
ed. Neither Americans nor Moroc
cans know it, but- this wss the
backstage work of two Naval of
ficers Capt. Christian DuBorg of
busanviue, Calif.; commander 'at
Port Lyautey, and-his public in
formation aide, U. Cdr. Leon
Blair of Lubbock. Tex.
Together they arranged for 14
Moroccan1 newsmen to visit the
United States. ; Result: A total of
8,000 column inches of laudatory
news about the U.S.A. a
-These news accounts even push
ed the disastrous failure of Pro
ject Vanguard at Cape Canaveral
ott the front pages.
Actually, puBorg and Blair had
hard time putting this newsna
per trip across with the State De Department)
partment) Department) This; took somg'seUing.
( In the end.vhoweveri 'Blair Went
with the Moroccan newsmenJ"to
the United- States. He took them
to the giant Norfolk, Va., naval
base, to Impress them with the
Navy's power to back up its over
seas bases; through- the printing
establishment of the Norfolk Led.
ger Dispatch; and let them mingle
with American newsmen as Pres President
ident President Eisenhower welcomed King
We would have been able to
tap President Eisenhower on the
shoulder as he passed,''comment passed,''comment-ed
ed passed,''comment-ed one correspondent, impressed
with the freedom of- the American
They were surprised to find they
could walk through the Pentagon.
which,.' they -noted, contained ma
ny priceless secrets.
i "No one asked us for our cred
entials, they informed the Mo-
rnrcan twnnl In thoir aiiKasniisnt
.. -r .1'.." ....
cial magazines, theatrical sections, ;?
sports, classified ads, and that a
Washington paper even advertised
three churches for sale, one wiu.
150 seats for $63,000.
PEpFLE-TO PEOPLE. i
-'( --5'7. r ?,i n r
-This pilgrimage to -America,
however, is only part of the people-to-people
friendship campaign the
Navy arid tue' Air Force have been
conducting In Morocco and all ov- ;
er the Mediterranean. -
Here in Port Lyautey, -DuBorg ;
opened un the U.S. Naval base on
Armed Forces Dsy to let the loc local
al local Moroccan populace h a v e a
friendly look at the base that was
protecting them, IV, 1
. Previously; under' the French,
the bases bad been under tight
security. But the enure city was,
invited by DuBorg to come for
Visit. .vw.,:v -t
When the carrier Forrestal was,
in port, DuBorg slso invited 'tha
Crown' Prince of Morocco,. nouiay
Uicim' ahnard for-' a demonstra-.
tioh ..of American jet fighters in 7
action.' The Prince sat spellbound
for hours as "naval jets took off
j ... h .rrior' ;
rrnin inn uuucu uw
deck, with, precision timing.
' Thui' 'the ,U.s7Nsvy has made
itself not, an imperialist, occupier
01 a foreign land, nut a geuuura
friend of the Moroccan peopie.-.,
Bv sending American children
to .Moroccan vschools, Jhypromoto
ing basketball and sports tourna-.
mant twtwAn Moroccans, and A 7,
mriDs hv ennnerating in cloth-
mg drives in Boy Scout end other "'
local prbjects.t it has made itself
a real part of tne moroccau
. 1-. ,1 J. ... ...if; ...'ivarw
VICE ADMIRAL AMBASSADOR V-
- i K
f,:trti kAm TViarles Brown. C0T1- :
mander of the, Sixth fleet In the
Marlttarranitan. snd ,N0.7l promot-
n.nni.in nonnle friendship,
has-become a rovingi ambassador
of good willfrdm North. Africa to
Italyj'; from Malta to -the -A re b.
states, r ' ..
He has even sent, a airecuve w -.11
tt e irit 1rwirHineIj asking for t
their ideas on furthering 'people-to-neople
Here'-are some of the good-will
projects his Jnen have put across:
In Naples.' men and officers of
cvth f1pa everv Christmas
stage 'Operation. Ambassador actM
ing as Santa Claus for the Wid'en
of, Naples ... Men of the USS Cs.-i
nricornus adopted a cnim
privileged Greek children on 4h
f.i.nH nt rnrfu. dug down-1 n
their own pockets to contribute to -their
future ... Capt. J. Coopoletta,
a medical .equipment ftr the C"
u.'(.mi nmhanaee m Italy 1 he :
USS Salert.Tflagship Of the fleet, -mna
th IISST Lake Chamolain ht
(field "open ship" for local citizens f
when in port on wmeu r m. r
Day. Italiari, Greek and other Med Med-Hrranan
Hrranan Med-Hrranan nationalities are invit-
ed to come, aboard Last year
lndividuAl contributions to' the Pro-
testant chapel funds and the Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic .cbaoel funds from the fleet
totaled 4591, .which went to help
1052 children and U agea peupio.
Answer to Previous Puxxle
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' aNDAT, DECEMBER SO, 1957-'W-r.--tvr-., V.-.vi,-. -n -v.'c.ii n--.f.w,TPK. PANAMA. AMEB1CAW AN INDEPENDENT PA1LT KEWSPAPEK. ., v '..
''.', j h ? ?i0NNC&Ain3 1 il tK
r--.J..-,Jh lf West Germany' it, Ntdyto' sign f f i t. I ?5!S TTX '.A s,' .4
;i:'f V t 760 million -dollar, trade agree. ?, I 1- V J ? M ' ,V.feft I
; ment with Russia, probably ip yj I In tl ' VVJltT -idLx 4 '
h (' Special envoy RoU tW and 4he (.(,f v .. ... ....y tcV I ""'"" :
' German delegation :wlll. return to ' -XX I :
, Moscovr, in the second "half o( Jan-; ' 1 .i "''tTJ. 'A V vOA
! ; uary to complete arrangements for '' ,'t's''"J0 NlA'A I T"
. i li. 1" the trade and repaWation vfcgree- k 1 v- M Vva1.VV Vll Mi
k Ui! I v,' ment,:theicials;.al.;,;.iv if M Y V )U. s I
- I I ; According to the ptGcUls, Oe.r-r'jS li V YaVJS i"
! Il J 7 many' Kas A eeirtert 9f.;u..; U t
' A" .- f J sian, goods offered; Moscow.;. It !, I ;;; v if i -. XA A ivlTAM i J
' Wi r ; i. Includes oil, oil products jncl4lng 4:i U UJi ) j .' jTV. V V L Vfi,-
v"r r- i...;- ( J J pS0,009.,topa rt,lsolliei'.ali;,.a K U Vi7s4 i.f4 : -i2irsA'
C ,i. 1 macWnery aod cotton. -JS-.V ,.OL T w -V
' I l! ,V The Soviets .re ltitfirestefinli; ... , : K -"TZ i
" r "T" c ; ;m porting all tyoes ol Gormaff heavy ...sn6i;ld hav nf it py Pan American 3
i, v. ; (i Is'-v industrial products and machinery, I :.v -" ''t""- -1 -'l-.f
. lV--V including ships., tl, r y I v ijMiM.tWj V
w, V'vi V lost Long-Mile -,,; ' ' I r
W V : EASINGWOLD, Eng.? Dec. 30 I '' 1 Panomoi L Strot No.5, Tl. 2-067Q Colon: SolosBldg, Tal. 1097
I 'v r.y V 4 r iiurj ine use irain nas .run me i lr I i . .4i J
' CURB SERVICE! The problem of nqueeing into tight-parlcing spaces is, made simple with
ja new device called' the Sidler, Invented by engine expert Archie Butterworth of rrlmley
j Green, Siirreyt England. To park ; a car equipped with, the iaverition.i the driver ; steers the ?:
' front nd, into the eurbi lAt the prewof a rdashboard button,A hydraulic urtdercarriage with'
' '-twir- rubber disk '(arrows) to lowered, 'raising the rear wheels from the groundi lowered by
4h vara transmission, the osks spin and move tne ear aiaeways mo me parxing apace, jjdvt ;
pear $win the rear one' wayj and reverse the other. j ' 1
1 Written W NEA Servfc.
i. .n NORTH
Both vulnerable -West
North Kaa SoaCh
Pas Pass Pass (
pening lead-rf 7 ;
Taka-i lookU theAVcst hand
and dummy- only.,,, You.
- tTAttdh"outh ha. jumped
to three 3W;trump. .,1
. bid -briefly-out
dangerous-ana mnj.; r f
' ope! the diamond seven agamst
the no-trump contact, i 4 r
Your partner plays the JacK.
'Sown w -rh-7-aueen of
ace and younpartner, plays,, ma
' Iti-Me 'V0U-t WOUld
hava Troblem"i would hy
2nXn the ace of diamonds and
voS would Vat ,tta band two
tricks, to match Pmuu Pmuu-you
you Pmuu-you have a-real prQblem If th
kmg of diamonds Is guarded your
ice pla?! 8iv. declarer -four
idd whfle a plarrf
heart, win hold declarer
Jan Gilbert Stone, wifa f
pert Tobia. Btone,- and another
' voung ; lady who betonga among
" the to? 'rtdge Playfr'
held the West hand-
She hadoubla making the
right decision. Oowt
,of diamondsand WjowUi;
9 South'. quee 'mff
at trick one had been a aeif;
Vway. With km8-ueen-maU he
with the king-o a. cleave the h
cation of the queen t doubt and
thereby encourage a lurthc dia dia-mSnd
mSnd dia-mSnd lead. His-failure ;torJ.
. "i-j .t,u,'thti he feared the
US Churches Can Report Impressive
Growth In Assets During This Year
If churches drew -up 4 year-end
oaiance sneet on reugion in Amtr Amtr-ca,
ca, Amtr-ca, they; could report impressive
growth in. assets during 1957..
: Records, were sett in virtually
every field of religious activity
that is subject to statistcaj jneas-
urement. i , t -'
But the statement- of condition
would also show formidable llabil
ties. There are still -many areas
of U S. life iB'-which church lead
ers find it dffcult to detect any
evidence of a genuine rei gious re revival.'
'On the credit 'side of the state statements
ments statements would' Be such facts as
Church' membership soared vast
the 100 million mark and contui
ued to- grow at a rate of 3 per
cent' a year nearly double the
rate of population increase .
Sunday School enrollment hit,, an
all time high ot more than 40 mil-
k.' Building Boom
Spending on church construction
climbed to 870-million dollars, an
increase -pf 95-millon dollars -over
ia?ijj,ainore'ina new, con-,
gregalion 'Came into being. '
Contributions to religious (bodies
totalled about $300.000,000, an in
crease of nearly 7 per cent over
last year the number of mis
sionaries- in foreign service rose
to 22,680 Twice as many as U.S.
e hurc he a v.ent, abroad twenty
years' ago ... the bible dwarfed
all other best-sellers, with -esti
mated sales of 8-million copies. J
i, on the debit side, cnurcn ieaa ieaa-er.
er. ieaa-er. might record another array
i EASINGWOLD. Entf Dec. SO
(tJP) The last train has runthe
length of the three-mile-long Eas Easing
ing Easing wold railway one of Britain's
few remaining privately owned
Mrs. Margaret Coates,. chairman1
of the line, decided yesterday that
"the end has come" and signed an
order abolishing the railway be because
cause because of mounting debts.
The line connected this York
shire village with the main line at
Alne. A passenger, on the-hat trip
was 85-year-olct Sydney smtth who
was engineer oir the line'Sr first
run on July 27, 1891.
CLOCK fN THE CLOUDS The' worW.
accurate clock-waa recently put into operation-atop th 30-story
Continental JJaticnal" Bank Building tn Fort Worth,- Te The
lock makes one' complete revolution every minute and flashes
, he time minute by minute in giant illuminated numerals over
two stories tall. It can be read day or night at distances of three
. .miles pr more Accuracy is controlled within l20th of a second
"by a anort wave ,ignal,fwn-the National Bureau3 6f Standards
Transmitter at BelUville, Met.
S.i t r.- M I, 1
of statistics-"which are hard to I
square with-the pcture of a na nation
tion nation on its knees:
Americans spent three time. a. I
much : on alcoholic beverage. a.
thpv tfavo tft thpir rhnrphpn l
the number of alcoholips, like the i
number' of ,i church s members.
reached 'an all-time ; high of S-
Warcotics addiction, the nation
al dvorce .rate, -the highway
death toll and juvenile delin
quency arrests rose to record lev
els along with Sunday Scnool en
Facts Are Baffling
Pornographic literature flooded
the country ... and a sxea dali
sneet racKeo up tne largest new-
stand sales of any magazine.
At first -glance, the balance i
sheet may seem completely baf
fling. On one side is clear evi
dence of a strong and growng
public interest in religion. On the
other, the symptoms of a sick and
.Many clergymen- believe this
paradox simply demonstrates that
lAmepcans are, responding in twa
radically different ways to the ex
nerience of ivinc in an era wnen
tha shadow of the H-bomb and
the Intercontinental missile hang.
over every tomorrow, s
Some people are turning to re
ligion to find -a meaning for life
which transcends the anxeties of I
an uncertain eartny exrstence.
Others are seeking escape from
the same anieties in the age-old i
philosophy of "eat, drink and be I
ifwuid always ba on
v V;; v n .- v w r---
't, i! v ,!.!' -; J" VI ( ,J ' v J i s;.l .1 j, - fl-
Opportunity knocks again
offers classes for all ages Including tumbling for. boy
women's classes, special classes for pre-school, and kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten taps, Intermediate and advanced .students.
J Start the new year right, remember the so-called .-.
"awkward stage" need never be if your child has atari--ed
ballet, the basis for every form of dance.
For all information concerning these classes which
are, taught at the Balboa YMCA, phone Mrs. Chase,.,
Balboa 1751: X ilit,
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, O The bidding haaMca!
: I Smith : :Wet'Nrth : East
') What do you do?'.
A Bid foar M-tnamsv. Tra ia
j tend U bid a- sUaa srevided year
- SMrtaer cm sfeow mm aee. Na
' Ivaanuile- -with it bat jm
ertaJnly shMld toka the ehaaaa.
Instead of bidding fpur hearts
. your partner has raued your
-. thr diamonds to four. Waatoo
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' i ; "Aaewer Kjfjaxl.
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PHTIiADELPHIA, Dee 30 -UP)
J-A 40 year old man collapsed and
' died aftef he had an argument
with his wife and smashed his frst
' through a glass storm door st his
some.- l J. J : i. ;.
' Poliee said Harry.lleif severed
an artery, m hi. arm and jiat he
colUpsed 'while walking to a ho ho-'
' ho-' pitaL
Detective JimeJ Kirkpatrkk Said
"letf stormed cut of his home aft aft-.
. aft-. r bavins: had sn arcument -vith
his w..'e ElirabeUi. Soe told police
she heard -the trash of glass aDd
went to- the front door to find it
.mashed and blood on the steps. steps.-i
i steps.-i Reif was found unconscious on
the street a few b'ockf from his
home. Polire rushed him to a hos-
r"al rre e died abort!? af'.er -i
t:r.g adT:-:ed. aaosamr
' .4 "ft i.
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THE fANAMA 'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
- MONDAY,' DECEMBER 30, 1931
' jT-WP tf utLm P" 0740 -m 3-0741
nvrvvnn tiun MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER
fcNTERTAIN "AT HOME" ON NEW YEAR'S 4 ;. ;
i'tGMWwr W sh. Canal Zohink rWUiiarii'E;
I rottTr host. on New Tear's Da. h tJownor and
h hit lady will aMertain with a morning at ''
i Balboa Heights residence for invited members of the Canal
Jj Zone- Company-iinvernmcni.
Copt, and Mr. Johnson
MW -At Sunday Brunch :v
,f,nt ind Mrs. Ray Johnson of
fn Pedro. California, entertained
ftstetday with a 'Sunday Brunch
laid at the Ft. Amador Officers'
iW Mess. The visitors are house
jrueitt of CaptJohnaon's brother
lad aister-in-law, Capt. and Mr"s.
toward Johnson of Diablo Heights.
The Ray Johnsons plan to leave
hf plane Friday to return to
Jh&? .home- in- California.
; ''' 1
Fh Joirtph Cookos
Jnttrtain At Homo
4 'Mr. and Mra,' Joseph M. Cooke.
f Balboa entertained Saturday
iujht at an "open house" cocktail
1)0ffet. Approximately 90 guests at attended
tended attended the affair which marked
th Cookes' 30th wedding anniver
tif. n4 Mrs. Adam
VMcttnt Babv Boy
r? -------- . r
r. and Mrs. noger Auanis ui
Balboa Heights became the proud
oarenti Of a baby boy on Saturda
The child will be christened Roger
rMaternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Schafer of Mans
ville, Ohio. Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Austin F. Yoder,
lormer residents of the Isthmus,
who are presently living in Loy
'Ml Joy Zarfing
I Houm eut
Of Ralph Skinnor
' Miss Joy Zerfing of Washington,
D.C ii the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph K. Skinner of Ancon.
She came to the Isthmus to be a
fcridegmaid at the marriage of
Diane Skinner to Mr. Hugh Ernis Ernis-ae
ae Ernis-ae which took place Saturday night.
Mlsi Zerfing plans to return to
Washington shortly after New
Coming . FRIDAY, JAN. 3rd
M ARNOLD. TORR.NTE
A 1 Cuban tingms; Star
BELLA VIST A ROOM
If you are to have the responsibility of driving during New Year festi festivities,
vities, festivities, remember that "NO MORE FOR NOW" may mean tha differantt
between a Happy New Year and a Tragic New Year.
Be a responsible driver
Thine Canal Zonian
Return To Dartmouth
The sons of threev Canal Zone
fumillp left today to return to
Dartihouth College after spending
the holiday with their parents.
They are Bob Strumpf, Dick
Wright and Jim Reece.
Mrs. Roy C. Stockham
To Give Coffoo For
Colltg Club Croup
Mrs. Roy C. Stockham will give
a coffee Thursday at '9:30 a.m.
fpr the Study Group of 4he Canal
Zone College Club. The affair will
be held at the Stockham resid residence,
ence, residence, 128 Ridge Road, Balbop
Heights. Mrs. Walter A. Dryja will
assist Mr. Stockham.
An interesting excursion to the
Miraflorea fiocks has been arrang arranged
ed arranged for 10 a.m. All members and
guests planning to attend have
been asked to p..on one ot me
hostesses, Mrs. Stockham, Balboa
1709, or Mrs. Dryja, Balboa 24Ji
Col. and Mr. Lor
Have Cocktail Party
The chief of the United States
Military Mission in Panama, Col.
Willys E. Lord, and Mrs. Loi'd
are entertaining this afternoon at
a cOcktau party t their resid
ence at Cam.poAlegre.
Gov. Potfof VilT Spoak
To Cristobal Ladios
Gov. William E. Potter will ad ad-rress
rress ad-rress members of the Cristobal
Woman's Club at a meeting to be
held Wednesday, Jan. I, in the
Red Crr Building at 2 p.m.
Memberf have been reminded that
the meeting M -beinsf held on the
second Wednesday of the month
because of the New Year's holiday
Mr. and Mrs. Rotas
Of Daughter Mory
Mr. and Mjts.j Juan a. Kosas ot
Penonome have announced the en
and great tha New Ysr happily.
THE W0.H4CK' AMERICAN WHISk'EY
00 10 .V f
gagement of their daughter, Mis
Mery Rosas Q., to Mr. Damiau
Carles P of Panama City. Mn.
Carles is the son of Mrs. Msria
Peralta de Carles and the late Abe
lardo Carle. ;
Mm. Carles is a professor In the
Music Department of the National
School of Music and at the Nation
al University. He is well known In
musical circles both in the Repub
lie and in the- Canal Zone.
Mrs. A. B. Rly
ft.t.i.n. Smm ParM k
Mrs'. A. B. Rigby of Diablo
Heights returned to her some Sat
urday after spending we nnsv
mas holidays jn Uma. Peru. Mr
Riohv who is emDloyed in south
em Peru,' flew up to Lima to join
his wne tor tne wees.
Arrive Fer Holidays
Mr. and Mr. Martin W. Joyce
of South Weymouth, Mass., arrtv.
ed Friday to spend the holiday
with Mr. Joyce' brother and lis-ter-in-lawt
Mr. and Mr. Albert J
Joyce of Balboa. They plan o re remain
main remain until New Year' day.
Also with the Joyces for the ho holidays
lidays holidays is their son, Albert, Jr., who
ram from the University of South
Carolina where he is studying for
his master's degree in law.
Miss Janot Gitford,
Entertain At Brunch
Miss Janet Gifford and Miss
Shirley Welshlnger were co hos hostesses
tesses hostesses yesterday at a Sunday
morning Brunch held in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.
Mr. and Mrs. Pino
Hosts At Dinner
The First Secretary of th Ve
nezuelan Embassy in Panama and
Mrs. Leon Alfonso Pino were hosts
at a dinner given at their resid residence
ence residence vi Saturday'evening.
Col. and Mrs. Hatten
Give Cecktail Party V
ri .n4 Mrs. firover Hatten en
tertained at a cocktail partjr held
at the Fort Amador Officers' Open
Mess Saturday evening.
Mrs. Cole Leaves
C. Pbtlrill Heme
Mrs. J. Norman Cole left by
nin vesterdav for her home in
Peekskill, New York, following a
th hr brother and sister.-in-.
law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Side-
botham oi jteua via.
imm Ixolerer Go
On Camping Trip
.Eleven Sea Explorers of Ship
Balboa, accompanied hy two lead lead-.
. lead-. Rndnlnh Ganele and Captain
Vernon Whitehead, left yesterday
for a three day camping trip to
Taboguijla Island. .The Scouts ex
pect to pass somo i
ing tte three day atay on the Is Island.
land. Island. Donald Huff Leave
For Overseas Duty
nnnaid Huff, who has b e e n
spending the holidays with his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maenner IB.
Huff of Balboa, left yesterday for
Frt Dix, New Jersey. From there
he will go to Germany for over overseas
seas overseas Army duty.
General, Mrs. Oflden
Held "Orn House"
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Milton J.
Ogden held "open house" at their
Fort Amdor quarters last Fri Friday
day Friday evening from six to eight.
Dr. end Mr. Telle
Here For Brief Stay
Dr. and Mrs. Franklin
: I V
A NEW YEAR
While Holiday parties fcra
meant to ba enjoyed, remenv
bar that you, as every man,
have your limitations.
" i i i : :
, TEN years ago they were a
oonienial vouni couole who teem
ed well-suited to each other and
equally capable of making a place
for themselves in, their new com
m unity, v; ? j ".-v
Today he is not "onlv a success
ful man. but is a leader' in nhe
communiiy, nas many ifienas, iu
ha develooed an ease and '.out
going personality that make.him
at home anywhere, v f
' By hii aide, his wife how,
111 at eas and out of .'place'. C
wnue tier nusDana rcas oeeo
growing ahJ Csveloplop-. a V per
mn hv merlin? all chailensei anl
taking advantage Of ait opportuni opportunities,
ties, opportunities, hi wife, has vbeefff making
excuses,for standing sUU. J,
When she could have gone with
hhn on. business trips, she found
reasons for not being able Jo
leave the children When urged
by her husband to i n v i t e the
friends he made on his own to
their home, he "made excuses
and clung, to- a few friends mad
earlier in their marriage that her
husband ho longer found stimulat stimulating.
ing. stimulating. '.'';'("; 1
who are en route from! the United
States to Quito, Ecuador, ar"e
spending several da"ys in Panama
with Mrs. Teilo's mother, Mrs. Te Teresa
resa Teresa Lopez de Vallarino.
Balboa Woman' Club
Planning January Tour
Members of the Balboa Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will make a tour of some
of the interesting naclmientos df
Panama Jan. 2. They, Will meet at
the Tivoli Guest House a 9 a m;
Car will leave hi a group,- and alt
who can furnish transportation
have been requested to do ao.'
Reservations may be made by
calling either Mrs. Jenkins,:' iBal
boa 1392, or Mrs. Allen: jMaVy 2420.
After the tour, Mrs. 4T. V. Carter
will be hostess to the group at her
home in Las Cumbres.
Miss Nancy Ann Ramsey, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Fran
cis Ramsey of Margarita, became
the bride of .Mr. Koinn warren
Waite son of Mr. and Mrs. Detf 18.
Waite of Northfield, 'Ohio, on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning, December 28th, at
11:30 o'clock in the Holy Family
Church in -Margarita, Rev. Fa ther
John F. Tumelty, C. M., officiated
at the double ring ceremony-Rev.
James J. Murphy, C. M.V- was cel celebrant
ebrant celebrant of .the Nuptial Mass, assist
ed by altar hoys John Cronan and
I' The lovely! Wide1 ai given A In
. . Jill Tl
marriage oy ner lauier. rreceaiug
the wedding.iMii Gabby Mendez,
soldist, sang 0 Holy Night," ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. Edmund Archi Archi-bold
bold Archi-bold a tthe organ. During the Mass
Miss Mende sang Ave Verum"
by Mozart; Shubert'i '(Ave Ma Maria":
ria": Maria": f'Panis Angelicus.7 'Agnui
Dei'' and 'O Sacred Heart." As
the wedding party entered the
church, the organist played Men Mendelssohn
delssohn Mendelssohn Wedding March. .
The altar was beautifully- decor
ated with white Callaj lilies,1 easter
lilies and asters, and tall green
pine trees stood on either side. The
tied with large bowl of
nylon net which held clusters of
and baby fern. The bride was beau beautiful
tiful beautiful in her weddina dress made by
her mother. It wa a. floor length
gown of white winner saun...wnn
a V neckline, short fitted sleeves,
empire waistline, princen style
adyise their distinguished clientele
that they will be closed for
. ;iriYentbry brrf f
DECEMBER 30land 3lst
EVE PARTY In the baUoi-
Danclng to two orchestras ..
Clarence Martin's and Con junto Panama
Entrance $?.5e person r O
Regular dinner served in .the Balbosi Room.
fePECIAL GOURMETS DINNER ($12. person) also will
will be served In Balboa Room for a limited number.
Anyone ordering Gourmets dinner will received"
a complimentary entrance to-patio party.- v.
Please reserve early. T: ?. v; 'V-
NEwVyEAR' DAY ; $; ';k ;; --f'j
Barbecue at poolsVje noon' to3 pjn.-
Dinner In Bella Vista Room -, T
with Clarence Martin's Orchestra y -'
.r, .';.v-:.-' V:
wake yar reservation new with anaitre d"hotel
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Fails To Grow Yilh Husband
WHEK givei' an opportunity io
snare one or anotner oi ner nus nus-band'i
band'i nus-band'i new Interests,', she always
found some reason for refusing.
' She is proud of Her husband's
accomplishments h'Jt it isn't like likely
ly likely that he is as proud rf hit wife
today, as he was 10 years ago.
.For,) as a .couple,' they are no
longer, in steW They; are no long
Lef,'. ai Congenial as v tbey once
r A-J- mi u.k. .1J1.
wese.t-Jiney nn iuner, aerra ; hub
I Why am J' telling; about theni
now? Because there are sp i mi
Wiy your"? courtV vho re, today,
right where ihlt couple was i
PV tho lluifi will : take vr
chance to grow and develop as a
person,. 10 years from now she
and her .husband will it 111 b?
walking-side by,,aidev';'J'i-.r?'' s?
But if she is willing to let him
pull ahead of her and .makes no
effort to keep in stp. lq years
storv.' In most marriages it is not
the husband who decides whether
the couple will keep in step. It's
the wife's decision. ;
with a cascade of pleats in the
center back. Her, acalloped 'Veil
fell from afitted pearl-studded sa satin
tin satin cap. She wore pearl earrings
and carried a white double orchid
Miss Barbara Egolf "and Mi's
Nancy Krebs, feidesmaids; in
light green, and junior brides-!
maid. Miss Diane Ramsey, in
Dale blue dresses, identically styl
ed as that of the maid, of honor.;
All four attendants earned, nose
gays of red gladioli. They J were
pcesented with pearl earrings as a
gift from the bride. Master Meven
Ramsey, the bride's youngest
brother, was ring bearer. He wore
a white suit which his older broth brothers,
ers, brothers, James and Daniel, wore when
thev m"fte their first communions.
Mr. Tames Ramsey, the bride's
brother, was bert man. Ushers
were Mr. Daniel Ramsey, brother
of the bride, Mr. Edward Metzger,
and Mr. John t. Styles.
Mrs. Ramsey, mother of the
bride, wore a shaded silvery blue
and white silk shantung dress with
white accessories and an orchid
corsage. The groom's mother,
Mrs. Waite. wore an embroider
ed silk organza beige dress With
matching accessories and an or orchid
chid orchid corsage.
Immediately after the wedding
a reception was held at the Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Club in Margarita. The
hall was decorated with potted
palms. The bride's table held a a-three
three a-three 4iered wedding cake cov covered
ered covered with, frosted white roses. Sil
vered wood roses were,' placed a a-round
round a-round the cake. The delicious buf buffet
fet buffet was catered by the Margarita
Service Center1 under the supervi supervision
sion supervision of Mr. Philip Bauman. i
' Miss Nellie Holeerson was m
charge of the guest book. After
the bride and groom cut tne canu,
Mrs. Jean Judee and Miss Jean
Chambers served the guests. Oth
ers assisting' with the arrange
ments were Mrs. Bertue casano-
va, Mrs. uenevieve new,
beat McGloin and Mrs. Mary
i The' bride's bouquet was caught
by Miss Barbara Egolf. Pictures
were takjin nt the church and dur during
ing during the reception by Mr. Paul
Richmond .and Mr. M. K. Bailey.
' For travelling the bride wore a
plum colored corded oacron sheath
dress. The young couple left fpr
Panama City and today will fly to
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Out Gel Reufher j
i WASHINGTdN, Dec' SO (UP H
Seii.iKsrl E. -Munqt (P-SOJ.) im
vigorously aemea a cnarge oy
Sen. Pat Mc.Nsmi r- 0 'k
that republican member of the
Senate rackets committee are try trying
ing trying to "gef'ii wl ni Ro-ibr
president of the United A u 1 0
. In 1 stutemnt vester,dv 'rom
Pierre, S.D., Mundt declared "a "a-ny
ny "a-ny charge, by Senator McNamari
or anyone e'se that the Republican
wemors of the senate t Labor
Committee are trying to concen
trate on unions M.hv nmwi
is as phony as a three dollar bill.
- He said the committee's record
shows "far more committee time
hs been devoted to labor leaders
who have on occasion supported
GOP candidates" than to Reuther,
,lh kl. 1 I
ate partisanship for the Democra
tic cause. x
He said: he believed McNamara
must have been-mlsauoted. .. t
McNamara 'a chsree a a i n s t
"certain, Senators" came in a re recent
cent recent letter-to Reuther. Although
the letter didn't: nme those Sen.
tors, it -was recalled thatt he re
cent AFL-CIO convention accused
munot and fellow GOP committee
members Barrv M. Oolwate" (A-
m.) aiKl.'CarI..T.y; Curtis Neb.)
wnn being un fan to labor..
Curtiss de-clind to? comment on
McNamara's 1 e 1 1 e'r. Goldwater.
known for his dislike of Reuther,
was out 0; town.
As Greater Threat
i SOUTH BEND; Ind'.; Dec.' 30 -(UP)-T.
Coleman Andrews, form former
er former Commissioner of Internal Reve
nue, said last night that inflation t
is a greater threat to the" United
States than "a whole- sky full of
"Inflation is urobablv the most
Insidious evil with which organize
ea society ever has had to con contend,"
tend," contend," Andrew charged in a ra
dio broadcast on, the Manion. for forum
um forum program.
.'.'The once; almighty dollar is no
longer almighty," he said. "Under
the. pounding impact of federal
taxing ana spending, the power of
the doTar is being reduced to the
point where the future value" of all
pensions,: retirement benefits and
He said inflation since 1939 has
wiped out 200 bilbon dollars worth
of life insurance, savings accounts,
savings bonds.tand social security
Cosfa Rtea for a" few davs.'ihin
visit in Mexico' hefore going to
uieveiana wnere : they will make
their home.; After January 11th.
their address will be 28Q4 East
wutn street. Cleveland. Oh 0.
The bride is a graduate ofCris-
toDat High school. Class of 1952
attended the Minnfanali Rusmost
College, and has' been employed
oy me r on uaptain s otiice m iBal iBal-boa.
boa. iBal-boa. ? j ; -
n The groom received his B.S. and
ai. a. degrees in electrical engin
eering from Case Institute of Tech
nology in Cleveland. In 1948, after
serving in the U.S., Navy, Mr;
Waite became an instructor iri e e-lectrical
lectrical e-lectrical engineering at Case and
since 1952 has been assistant to
the Dean of Instruction at Case.
Out-of-town guests attending the
wedding included the groom's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dell B. Waite
of 'Northfield, Ohio; Miss Nancy
Krebs, of Mercersburg," Pennsylva-;
nia, who was one of the brides
maids; Miss Marjorie Matter of
Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. Edward
Metzger of Wasseon, Ohio, an ush usher
er usher at the wedding, and the bride's
brothers, Mr. James Ramsey, who
attends Case Institute in Cleveland
and Mr. Daniel Ramsey,; who is
stationed at Stewart Air Fores
Base in Nashville, Tennessee.
Arriving for Visit V
Mr. and Mrs. Dove R. Walker, of
Asheville, North Carolina, former
Isthmian residents, expect to ar arrive
rive arrive Jan. 2 for a short visit with
friends. ., -. ;
The teen-ager who takes over the
telephone whenever he is in the
home of a chum is downright rode.
If the phone call is necessary, be
should ask permission and then
make the call brief.
Evan if he Is llwed la menepe menepe-Bxe
Bxe menepe-Bxe Wte felephane at kerne, he
hevldnt de H. in .ssmtsfM el'
hem.' .''-- .-.. i -BNILDA
AM 1r. Slal -'
Pontiff Receives j
VATICAN CTTY,T)ee! 3 tUP) tUP)-Pope
Pope tUP)-Pope Piux XII today received am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors t the Vatican for the
traditional exchange of good wish wishes
es wishes for the New Yesr. The Pontiff
tw envovs of SDain. Britain.
Peru, Japan, Iran and Haiti. J1
t AN EASY hot dish like these individual pie, served ea ihe ;
f holiday ere: soothes- appetito yntll the bit day arrive,
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iMf By OAYNOR MEbOOX A J v J x
W NIA Feed and- Market Iditor t
GAIETY 6ften lorings a heart
appetite. Thafs' why youw" New
Year's Eve buffet should have -a
few substantial Mems' such .as a
baked ham or roast, turkey,; and
at least one simple hot dish, we
ike this recipe for tndivmuai
beef and mushroom pies for the
essv-ta-handle hot dish delicious,
different, and simple enough .to
make and .wtnxu'Kf'.
V Partv ROaf Miuhroamf Pias
'L. I Makes sorvlnas V. Nl
One-third cup finely chopped o-
nion.v 2 tablespoons shortening, 1
Dound around, 'beef. 6-ounce can
sliced broiled mushrooms,; I beefl
bouilldn cube,; l cup tboiimgi wa
ter. 1 teaspoon chill i powdery. N
teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon 'Worces 'Worcestershire
tershire 'Worcestershire sauce, Va cup mushroom
broth,' 1 tablespoon I cornstarch. W;
In skillet, saute' onion in melt
ed shortening until barely tender;
about 5 minutes. Add meat and
cook until meat is brown i and
crumbly, about 15 minutes. Mean,
while drain mushrooms reserving
BY. liRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
"1 AM 04," wrnes mi 5. c.
"Since, my husband's death five
years ago,' I've -lived with my
mirrtpd daiichter. Thouah I pay
my ownway. hef husband; and X
can't .get along.
, 'Yesterday my, minister said"t6
me,, 'If you love your daughter,
move for her sake and Set a
place of your own.'
.t"If this is What is required of
me, I'll dp' it. Wha.t do you
think?',' v t i
I think that Uinles ,MrS. Ti
moves' for her own sake, tne mov-,
ing is unlikely to profit her daugli daugli-...
... daugli-... j .
The daughter must feel much
anxiety over, this conflict between
her mother and husband. If he
wins ft and her mother leaves ma
house as a self -sacrificing victim.
I think he may feel guilt a'io
bitterness as well. as anx'eiy.
THUS, by moving ,"for ner
saxe. Mrs. c. will ue ucmn-
I W 111 1. . JamAM
strating her willingness to endure
more suffering, rather, than, show
ing love for her harassed child.
. Why has Mrs; E. remained in
this son-in-law's hoine so Ing?
Does she enjoy conflict wun
him Is it fun washing dishes
and peeling vegetables for some
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Ci I IN SUMMER: w"sueei, iMaaaM II
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Dcef Piss Fit EIJy (
broth. Dissolve bouillon" cfiba la 4
holling water and add chili pow-"
der. -..aaltl -4 and Worcestershire
sauce. Add to meat mixture in
skillet and stir well, Combine an4V
add mushrooms,, cover and corn- ;
sUrch. stirring until m i x t u r
thickens, Add mushrooms cover
and simmer over low heat, 'ahont
W minutes, Serve ia biscuits
wnue juu, piping hot. v
eyHjCupi (Make f bficults)'
j JFollow DSckaee i direct inni frt
Sake I biscuits using a package
ix. Roll douah to ..t4 nek'
thickness. Using a a-inch utter,"
cut but biscuits. Roll each biscuit
put .lightlyi Fit over bottom of r
inch muffie tin .tit
cover" bottoms 'snugly.- Bake r in
preneaieo 4Z5-egree F. oeven tin tin-til
til tin-til bistuits are lichtlv V brAwnorf.
10 to 12 minutes. Reduce heat of v
oven; to 325 degrees F, While still
nvi, iiu Discuiis wrtn hot filling.
Return filled hlscuita to nvm nn.
til filling sets in shells, about 10
minuies.r ; .1 t
one who -doesn't want her
. These are the' f ruitf ul j ears f
her. life.; Why has, ahe' chojen t 1
spend them in a place where sat-
isf actions have been so meagre?
Why doesn't., she just admit tha
facts that sbe.-. hersef cliflikea
he 1 prersent -situation and wants
relief fronrit fot Jier owit sake?,
a i.-n" -!.'.
WELL, some 'of 'us' think wa
don't rate anything better than
perpetual rhurt. We; won't. let ol of
a child no jnatter wht' holding
on to him cost us in hurt. If we'
ar eforcedSto leave him, we just
use our absence from him as we v.
used our presence with huntft
make ourselve, miserable;
iAM new home is not relief to
hs but another source of afflic affliction.
tion. affliction. What we need is not phyi. 1
cat movement so mucu as a nevr
revolutionary respect for- our right
t ; '. A'-.. a
Jesus said, ."Love your neigh neigh-bof
bof neigh-bof as yourself." . v
By this command He condem condemned
ned condemned self-affliction for tlie other
felloes sake and .said; in effect:
"Love ory your child unbalanced
by equal love- or yourself is mar martyrdom,
tyrdom, martyrdom, the enemy f Jove.t!
With vbetter love-, ior herself,
Mrs. E.. will need nobodv to tell
her what to do in her present sit situation."
uation." situation." :, r-i a. ;
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. MONDAY DECEMBER 30. 1951
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Vlis'lTINa SANTA CLAUS at the Fort Kobbe Post Theater" recently are Paula .(1) and Cathy
VrtVwwrkVtello. meM two children are see mlngly caught off guard for" they show no ln-
' 'diU''thejrWer.Iit Col. Wallace. Martetto, Is wearing
." v ., mt ihiiiiimii iwin
I t s
" FIRST COUPLE MEET SANTA President and Mrs. Eisenhower sayhello to, Santa Claus at
the lighting cerenionles for the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse Park1 behind' the
.White!.HOuse.- Santa is played by Robert .Geor ge of Columbus, Neb.
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SScL. in i 20c,
fTBt MAN IS
' A crArw of rh fcpa. of telmcn i.
. PETER )
7 VOL ;
"BAILOUT AT 43,000"
, John Payne
. j Joseph Cotten"
BATTLE AT RIVER
" witti-David Farm
the red suit and grey beard
i lh .TflnoMGmBri
25c. ; 15c.
with Joh'H Bentiey
with 'Randolph' Scott
1 ::' J
- Join XES GIRLS" sad ae m wrl4 ef entertainment!
It'a a tour ef amevr with a trayebiif troupe!: YwTl lere
every minute and every gift In It! See "LES GIRLS"
a METRO tJOLDWYN MAYER pirtare In rolers with teven
new Cole Porter sonrs, sterrlnc Gene Kelly, Mitsi Gayaer
and Kay KendalL OFfcXLNG ON JANTARY 1st at the LUX.
TDE, PANAMA AMERICAN AH
Sunken Sbvi6l Sub"
Salvaged Vilh Crew
Alive In U Hours
MOSCOW, ipec, 30 (UB-A So
vet snhmarin sank, trt thA bottom.
but was salvaged with its entire
crew tuvt and sate "several
days-" later in a harrowing rescue,
operation, it was reported today.
. Thn military newsDaner Red Star
r- i A 4Ua Manna IaaL tltaia' n
"raging sea" so storniy thar sal
vage vcisei cuuiu uoix m.nui
It Hiri not IHpnlifv the submarine
nor did it give dates and location.
it sara natiy tnat tne enure crew
RoH Star oiH flppn Aivirs
from a special submarine" salvage
snip saivagea me suDmarine wjui
the aid of two navy destroyers.
One diver spent a total of 36
hours on the bottom attaching
hoisting cables to the submarine,
it said. r '- :
The story of the undersea acci accident
dent accident and the rescue appearedrin 'a
Red Star commentary praising the
Red navy's special, underwater
rescue corps. r
It was one of the rare occasions
when the Soviet nress reported an
accident or a disaster.
, The article was the first disclo disclosure
sure disclosure that the Red navy is majeh majeh-inu
inu majeh-inu its submarine fleet. the
world's largest with special
corps designed to nanwe suDma suDma-rine
rine suDma-rine emergencies.
(Western observers in ijonoon
oiH th iihmsrlne Rescue aDDar-
ently was in Soviet home waters.
Either in the Baltic or uiacn aeas
or off the Soviet Pacific Coast.
US Aid Rushed
rflTlMRn Tevlon. Dec. 30 (UP)
it s shins and nlanes rushed re
lief supplies today to this flood-
stricken country where raging wa waters
ters waters spilling down from the de devastated
vastated devastated interior endangered low-
lying coastal towns.
yThe American rescuers were
joining international mercy ef effort
fort effort to supply tens of thousands
trended bv flood that
have taken a toll of at least 300
dead in Central and Northern Cey Ceylon.
Tim tt s aircraft carrier Prince
ton arrived in Singapore today and
took on 170 tons of uniisn-supmipci
food and medicines that will be
delivered to distressed areas by
Tnrli an British and Cevlonese
rescue- teams already were air airdropping
dropping airdropping supplies to marooned
arMS as the floods threatened to
eifgulf large new areas of the
"".'? CRAYON1 PAYMINT-i.
J TEWKSBURY, Mass. (UP)
School supt. nvereu -1 unuv
received in the mail a note sign signed
ed signed "Anonymous" r which r d:
log crayon taken five years a-
go." Enclosed "was a quarrer
GETS LIFE A Loa Angeles
Superior Court jury which con convicted
victed convicted L. Ewing Scott of first
degree murder in the disappear
ance of his missing wife decreed
that the 61-year-old self-styled
investment counsellor should be
.sentenced to life imprisonment.
Mrs., Evelyn t. scott, tu, oisap
peared on May 15, 1955.
'a WTCf V
INDEPENDENT) DAILf NEWgyAPtyt,
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BAD' NEWS FOR COMMUTERS Would-be commuters in
fNew-Yojck, are faced. with a sign proclaiming a -"sick" strike
which cut service on the Long Island Rail .Road,- the world's
largest commuter line, A spokesman for the road said con conductors
ductors conductors and ticket takers had called in sick between midnight
and early morning, apparently as the result of a, dispute over
, A holiday train crew schedules. ;
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30 (UP) (UP)-Chairman
Chairman (UP)-Chairman Emanuel Celler (D-N.
Y.) o the House Judiciary Com
mittoA ha railed on President
Eisenhower to resign temporarily
if h ; hav to -oonunue-. peina. a
U." .. .N. ... '
ii ..1.1 k In mma .nnlv
roller rharctpd that a VI
guard" made up of presiuential
assistant Sherman Adams and a
few cabinet officers "men nev
er elected to serve" was run
ning the government : i-ff
The New York Democrat, whose
committee for two- years has been
efuHvino legislation that W 0 U 1 d
determine when a President was
disabled, urged in a statement
yesterday that Congress act on
the problem tins year.
. Rep. Kenneth IB. Keating (N-V.;,
trtn.mnlrinO' COP memlMf. Of the
Judiciary Committee,; agreed ,that
passage of a disaoiuty diu was
"highly important." :
But Keating auacKea euui s
it atement on ihe President's pres
ent ability to run 'the government
as a "purely political -aiairiDe .a
cainst- the President- and his- s
''President Eisenhower sot
any committee or palace guaro
--performs the functions of the
presidency and-is the kind of
itiin-uhii will tpil the country so
if he" sTipuW' become unable 4o
act as President," Keating saw.
Offers Bia Reward
For Boat Fire Clue
Tr.Tvir.nrvr ran in i'TTP'i Thp
estranged husband of film star
niann Dnrs offered a 15.600 reward
today for information about who
set fire to his houseboat moored
next to Diana's house during a
party last week. .,u
Denms Hamilton said ne .onereu
the nrSney because he had "ex "ex-nectpd
nectpd "ex-nectpd trouble" and did riot think
the fire was an accident.
He even telephoned the pouce
before the fire broke out and de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the boat.
Diana said "of course not" when
asked last week if any of her
guests might have set lire to tne
bflat as a.practical joke.
"Anvurav the nartv broke UD an
hour before the fire started, sne
Don Murray In
"A HATFUL OF RAIN?
Jeff Morrow in
TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Elsie Albin, in r
Robert ciarK, in
"MAN FROM PLACET X"
, LAST DAY! '.
RICHARD CONTE '.
KATHRYN C RANT 5 ;
Govt. For' Ike
"The President has already ab abdicated
dicated abdicated many of the responsibili
lies of his office," Celler said in
"We trust. .that the President
can return to the exercise of
his full responsibility. But if he
does' not the question looms
large: what then?"
Celler, said "it would be most
uuloriunate if Congress, harking
back to reconstruction days" at attempted
tempted attempted to fill "this vaiuum" at
the White House by creating a
joint committee to run the .execu .executive
tive .executive branch of the government.
"The highest duty to his coun country
try country I lie greatest sacrifice, ereat
er even than continuing in office
at tremendous cost to nis neaiCii,
is clear to resign temporarily
and nermit the-Viee .President 'to
take over a 'actings President
with the" powers and duties 01
the office, he said.
PARK n.o. 30 TTP4Th state.
owned Opera Carnitine?' closed byl
a strike of stagehands,' announced
today it will open over the New
Year's holiday for three special
performances without scenery. -"The
Barber of Seville" will ba
sKJtnfA Kui.lVMr'iifmf Madame
BUtterflr bh JaW and "Tosca"
the founding evening:
-J 1 .-r,-f i-f.
Burma Head Well
LONinnN Tied 30 rUP) Presi
dfertt Tin Maung of Burma arrived
. . r -1 nit r.
nere loaay; "completely weu au
er vwv 'WeeKS' ui u vaiuiuut lur ;a
head injury at' Walter Reed Hos
pital m wasmngton.
A. Burmese emhassv snnkesman
said the President, who suffered
the injury m Ttangoon eariy mis
month, wiu leave tor usurma w
REOUIfiE DOMESTIC SMELL
SirnTTT.. Knroa fTIPV Smith
Vnroo'a austeritv nrncrram finallv
has raiiBht hit with the women.
The government has banned im-.
port ot an. loreign-maoe cosmetics.
beginning Jan. V 1858.
BALBOA S:1S & S:2
"A HATFUL Of
"GIRL IN THE
MARGARITA K1L S:M
PAKAJSO ; SANTA CBUX
:U t:l S:1S S:5
"Decks mt New
Jeff Chandler "Ofleam" u
"DBANGO" "it 8i- Pint."
CAMP BIERD 1:11 g:Zt
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Games at Colon
Two basketball games will be
played at the Claudia Lowe gym
nasium in colon lomgnt on me
eve of the observance of the 12th
anniversary of the Colon Guara-
In the preliminary event of the
evening, which will begin at 7, the
Viceroy Cigarette quintet, 1957
champions of the Colon Provin
cial Basketball League, will take
on the Guaracheros Jr. farm
This game will be in honor of
Norman C. Brown. Immediately
afterwards, the Major Lnegue All
Stars of the Atlantic side will meet
with the Guaracheros.
The Colon Provincial Basketball
League will present me tropmes to
the winners of this year s cage
loop in a special ceremony after
the games. The president of the
leafgue, Luis J. Celis, will give out
Texas A-M 3-0
On Field Goal
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 30
(UP) Tennessee tailback Bobby
Gordon flew downfield almost solo
in the fourth period today to set
up a field goal tnat gave Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee a 3-0 victory over Texas A and
M in the 13th annual Gater Bowl.
A record crowd of more than
43,000 jammed the stadium to
watch the 21-year old Pulaski,
Tenn., Senior hurl himself at a
firing Texas Aggie line in a 49 49-yard
yard 49-yard drive ib which he accounted
for every inch either by running
MOONSHINE PRJCE SOARS
NASHVILLE, Terai.i (UP) In Inflation
flation Inflation has hit the moonshine
whisky market. Federal agents
said the price here for homemade
spirits has gone from $5 to $6 a
In 11th Inning of Thriller
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
, WWtey Schmidt as the "fair haired boy" of
the Carta Vieia camp today, and the distinction
wasn't because of those silvery, blond locks of his.
The 23-year-old outfielder earned the title yes
terday at Colon Stadium when he doubled home b
run in the 11th inning to give the Yankees a 5-4 vie
tory over Chesterfield and undisputed, possession of
first place for the first time this Reason.
Singful Easy Ups Whner
In Remon Racetrack Feature
The Yankees and the Smokers
meet again tonight at the Olym
pic Stadium. The protested game
t Dec. ZU. wmcn was aecurcu
2 tin at the end of nine innings,
will be completed with a regular
irame to be clayed atterwarus.
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Riehthanaer bod Ayimer, me
winning pitcher in yesterday s
nvortime thriller, will start the
first came for the Yanks. Right
bander Jim DePalo will be bis op opponent
ponent opponent on the mound.
Both managers said they would
decide on the starters lor tne an an-erpiece
erpiece an-erpiece at the conclusion of the
Yankee pilot Billy Shanlz said
leftv Carl Duser would likely be
his man. but Smoker pilot Stan
ford Graham., was compieieiy un
Schmidt, whs lead foe loop In
baitting with .384 average and it
tied with the Smokers' Elias Os Os-rie
rie Os-rie with most RBI's, seven, hit
, his game-winning twebagger aft after
er after Graham had purposely pass pass-d
d pass-d Den DeGreete with the hope
f setting up a doublepley.
with the score deadlocked
Bob Barron, who led off in the
. .. . 11 1 It DaoU
10 rAi lu. .u!.t .onnnnl Whiter, who has been a ball of
sacrmceu me v :"tilX;r"" fire at the plate; hit onlv .240 for
and DeGroote got a free Jet- Columbia Class A Sallv Leatmp
tki. .ot tK eta ob for Whitev tolS0.lumDla' ?ss A. allv ea?ue
;. luu . itnn war Hl llth.inn.r
line a hit to center on Mamavua
r," 1' 1 .4 ifv '3
fielding the ball, kept running In
oa his way to the Smoker dugout.
Schmidt, a slim,, six-foot native
of. St. Louis, Mo'.,i:aid he hit a
curve ball and he know it was eo
4jiing to drop In safely the moment
uic uui cuiineciea.
Osorio's first pitch and Barron
oWfniiv snrinted home from sec
ond aa centerneiaer tianK miicn miicn-ell,
ell, miicn-ell, who had made futile try at
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this year. His llth-inning smash
was his second double of the
game. He had the other in the
fourth, which gave him two hits in
six trips to the plate yesterday.
Aylmer, who was the fourth
Yankee pitcher to see action yes
teraay, entereatftef erame In the
"ninth. He had been preceded to the
mound by starter Jim Umbricht,
Bill Franco, and Miguel Gonzales.
The righthander, who nad been
charged with the defeat in the
Dec. 20 game with Chesterfield
before the protest was upheld,
picked up his first win to make
his record an even 1-1.
Osorio, who came to he hill
for the Smokers in the tenth,
dropped his setemf decision
gainst one win. Mamavila had
been credited with a win in the
controversial Dec. 20 g a m e
but lest it when the Carta Vieja
pretest was upheld.
Rookie Leonardo Ferguson was
the Smoker starter with Jim O'
Reilly and Humberto Robinson
following him in that order,
The Smokers took a one-run lead
in the second1 but fell back 2-1 in
the third on. Barron's two-run
Clyde Parris' triple with two n
made the score 3-2 in favor of the
Smokers in the sixth, and It was
4-2 when they got across .another
marker in the seventh.
A lead-off homer by Spider
Wiflielm, a double by Johnny
Kropf and a single by pinchhit pinchhit-ter
ter pinchhit-ter Jim Hendricks deadlocked the
contest 4-4 in the eighth.
A sell out crowd, which packed
the small stadium, took in the
first extra-inning contest of the
Carta Vieja plays Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa in Colon next Sunday morning
at 10. The final Atlantic side game
of the campaign will be played be between
tween between Chesterfield and Cerveza
Balboa on Sunday, Jan. 10,
Singful yesterday afternoon raced
to a six-length upset victory in
the main event of the regular
Sundiiv' timer am at the President
Remon racetrack taht ended, in a
manner that was reminiscent of
Juan A. Ramirez'- speedy Ar
gentine thoroughbred' returned $12
to win while odds-on Vnutuels fa favorite
vorite favorite Sunf air barely got up to
earn third place by a head. Sun Sun-fair's
fair's Sun-fair's poor performance moti motivated
vated motivated a nolsydemonstration by
many of the fans who had install installed
ed installed him the mutuels choice. Jockey
Julio Rodriguez was the target of
"pulling" accusations and seemed
in danger of being attacked by
angry losers ..
To make matters more interest interesting,
ing, interesting, Jockey Fortunate Hidalgo Jr.,
who had the leg up on fourth
place finisher Blakemere, accus accused
ed accused Sandino Hernandez, who rode
Singful, of foul tactics in the ear early
ly early stages of the race and punched
him in the eye.
In the actual face, however,
Singful seemed much the best. He
outsprinted the opposition, staved
off early challenges by Manandoa Manandoa-trna
trna Manandoa-trna and Rlalremere then nulled a-
way at will in, the homestretch to'
score -off by himself. Manandoa Manandoa-gua
gua Manandoa-gua held on for the place. The
Singful-Manandoagua one-two re returned
turned returned $65.20 to lucky ticket hold holders.
ers. holders. Singful turned the seven fur
longs of the $600 seven furlong
sprint for fourth series racers in
the gdod time of l:26s2-5.
Leading jockey Brauuo Baeza
scored three victories to be the
day's top rider. His three wins in
creased his; record total for a se
mester to 105 victories. Ruben
Vasquez, winner of the first se-
mesier naing cuampumsuip aim
second to Baeza in the closing
half year, garnered two wins to
beat out Baeza for the annual ti
tle with 154 victories another
Cooksmaid. an impressive de
butante, paid $12.fe0 for the day's
best straight odds in the second
race. j. ,
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Cerveza Balboa .
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; TONIGHT'S GAMES -.
Cempletion of protested game ef Dec." 20'
At Olympic Stadiums Carta VleJa '(Aylmer 1-1) y.
Chesterfield (DePalftt'1.2)' '
(Pitchers tiotnfiounced' for" regular game)
Game timt. 7 o'efcok.
At Colon Stadium: Cartas Vieja 5, Chesterflefd 4 (1 f
At Olympic .Stadium: Chesterfield Vs. Carta Vieja
(Completion, vf protested game of Dec. 20 and 'regular
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Game time, 7 p.m. I "4 '
E'. FIRST .RACE
TOra Purito S8.80. 14.40
lRtilantr $1.80-, ;V ..
'' SPCdNO RACE
li-Coeksmaid $12.80, $$,
I-Valdina Jeep $3.40
First Devble: S72.20
1 Rabiblanco $7 JO, $2.60
2- Don Grao $2.40
1 Carmelita $4.20, $2.80
2 Napa $3
, Quiniela: $4.80
1 Introduction $4, $2.80
2 Concrete Pipe $4.40
1 Cypress Bull $4.80, $2.80
2- Ftnlx $2.40
1 Eric $5.40, $2.40.
2 Garmanio $2.40
Second Double: $14.60
1 Oliver $4.40, $2.80
2 Mar Brave $2.60
1 Singful $12, $4.40
2 Manandoagua $4.40
Sports Champs Had
Rough Year In 1958
By STEVE SNIDER
YORK,. I)ec, ,.30 f VPl Jchampionsnit 8ain- Twenty ether
another rough year ?on major titles changed 5sdiV :;
Selva Dies In
My Last Race
Piaynr-Team Ab H Hr Rbi Fet.
Schmidt, CV 44 17 2 7 .386
Bartirome, CV- 41 14 0 S 41
H.:Lopex, CB 40 13 2 7 .325
Kellmaa, GB 34 10 0 5 .394
Shields, OB v, 4332 0 2 .279
DeGroote. CV 44. 12 1 7 73
"oakyCV .- 4111 1 5 .2m
Mitchell, C 41 25 2 3.267
Orenald CB 28 7 0 4 .250
F. Robinson, CB 37 I 1 5 .243
TELEPHONE S: OV Colon 600 620
H. Rohinson, C
A. Osorio. C
IP W U SO Pet.
MIAMI BEACH, Dec. 30 (UP)
Italian speedboat champion Ezib
Selva, driving the final race of
his career, was killed today when
his speeding 'powerboat over
turned during the International
Grand. Prix. ? ;
Selva's sleek racer, clipping
over the waves at more than 100
mfles an hour, cracked up directly
in front of the reviewing stand
in 'full view of some 20,000 spec spectators,
tators, spectators, including his 21 year old
son. He was killed instantly.
The handsome, 56-year-old Ital Italian
ian Italian had announced he would retire
from racingcompetition only a
few; minutes before the Prix be begin.
gin. begin. -f ;
Selv gunned Into the lead in
the second beat.- The 800-kilo pow powerboat
erboat powerboat suddenly leaped out of the
water, teetered for an instant on
its stern, then cartwheeled nose
first into the Atlantic.
The Impact crumpled the boat
like a car after a head-on col
lision. Selva was pitched out of
the craft. A rescue boat found
his body floating face dowa about
50 feet from the wreckage.
Dr. K. B. Daniel Jr, said that
nearly every bone in bis body
was broken from me force of the
Officials cancelled the last two
heats of the Grand Prix, the high high-lieht
lieht high-lieht of the .annual Orange Bowl
regatta and considered to be one
of America's racing ensues. Tney
said the winners would be deter determined
mined determined ea the basis of the earlier,
heat 1 1
Before stepping taw his craft
for the lat time. Selva told re-i
sports champions with 72 per cent
of them forfeiting crowns thev won
last year in 48 sports ranging
through the alphabet from arch
ery to yachting. --m-?1!.:
fine ew York Yankees in base
ball, Oklahoma and the New, York
Giants in football. Sad Francisco
m basketball, Sugar Ray Robinson
in boxing and America's oros in
international golf all fell by the
wayside as 440 new champs were
crowned in 608 different ..events
logged over the year 1957.
A total of .33 of 36 golf titles
changed hands. So did 18 of 20
football championships, 18 of 20
shooting titles, 20 of 24 in tennis
and 55 of 83 in track.
The only sports with more re
peaters than new champs were
lacrosse, volleyball and badmin badminton.
ton. badminton. It's tought o pick the biggest
shockers out of. the champs who
blew their titles but perhaps no
group lost more prestige than the
U.S. golf pros who dropped the
Ryder Cup to Great Britain and
the Canada Cup to Japan.
Failures of the Yankees, Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma and the football Giants were
major upsets, too, and some of the
experts still are shaking their
The Yankees ran afoul of Lanky
Burdette who led the Milwaukee
Braves to three of their four
World Series triumphs, wrapping
up the vital seventh game at
Yankee Stadium. Notre Dame en
gineered Oklahoma's downfall with
a 7-0 victory in sooner-land while
the Cleveland Browns edged the
Giants even before the defending
champs got into the playoff game.
Robinson's defeat for the mid
dleweight crown wasn't a complete
surprise. He had lost the title
onc.j to Gene Fullmer, won it back
again and figured to keep it from
welter king Carmen Basilio. But
Carmen held the title as the year
faded and plans for a rematch
hadn't been settled.
Swimmers Did Batter
' Swimmersl led by U.S. olymp
ians, showed better than average
durability but even so. retained
only 22 titles against a tout ot
40 new champs crowned. Nine of
the 17 prized outdoor men's cham
pionships, however, went to old
bands like George Breen. Dick
Hanley, Frank McKinney, Al Wig
gins, Bill Yorryic ana Gary ToDin.
In tennis, Australia Tetamea tne
Davis Cup. the U.S. held the
Wightman Cup, Lew Hoad of
Australia retained his Wimbledon
crown and the veteran doubles
team of Louise Brough and Marg
aret usDorne uupont won the U.S.
Among the' noted chamns1 who
survived the firing were Floyd
Patterson in boxing, Juan -Manuel
Fangio in auto racing, Ike Bergen Bergenia
ia Bergenia weight lifting, Carol Heiss in
women's figure skating, hockey's
Sontreal Canadiens, and a -flock
sblymnic track star, including
Lee Oioun, Bobby' Morrow,
Glenn Davis, Charley Dumas, Bob
Richards' and Harold Connolly. ;
But as usual more than two of
every three- champs of- the previ previous
ous previous year took their lumps in 1957.
Smitten By Schmidt
Mitchell, cf ......... 5
Napoleon, rf ....... 5
E. Osorio, lb 3
Bernard, 2b ....i... 4
Cobos, c 4- 1
Parris, ".-3b ......... 5 0
Houradeau, as ..... 4.0
Ferguson, p .30
O'Reilly, p 0
Robinson, p ........ 0
Austin ............. 1
A. Osorio, p ; 0
5 Ojl 2
39 4 8 31 13
son, Luciano. -
He then commented be liked the
waters because he fpimd 4bem
similar to those of his native Mi
lan. I." :
Selva roared to a second placei
finish in the Cm of ;the three
15-mile heals. He got off to a
bad start and was boxed in on
the opening straightaway by two
other hosts. But he manages to
make nv time in a thnlJmg strelca
drive lo cross the finish line be
hind George Brers of Commons,
Brers was leadingln the second
beat at the time of the accident,
but the Ohioan bad been disqoah disqoah-fied
fied disqoah-fied because he Jumped the start
ing- gun. .
Selva, who Jailed m tnree pre
E?r.ire too old and vious attemrts to -in the Fnx.
Thorne.flied out for Ferguson in
Austin flied out for Robinson in
. Carta Vieia
Bartirome, lb ...... 4
Barron, ss 4
Boak, 2b ...4
DeGroote, If ....... 4
Schmidt, rf ........ 6
Kropf, cf 3
Wilhelm, 3b 4
Lopez, c .....5
Umbricht, p 2
Franco, p 0
Gonzalez, p 0
b-Hendricks ....... 1
Aylmer, p .. 0
Totals 37 S
10 33 I
rj'l'iti gmrg to leave racir to my wis a beary favori t-av.
a-Walked for Franco far 7th. J
b-Singled for Gonzalez in 8th. ;
One out when winning run scored
- Seore By Irmings -
Chesterfield 010 002 100 00-4 8 t'-'
Carta Vieja 002 000 020 01-5 10 1 ;
SUMMARY Errors: Barron.
Runs batted in: Houradeau, Bar
ron 2, Parris 2, Cobos, Wilhelm.
Hendnch, Schmidt, r Two Bast-
Hits:, Hour a d eau, DeGroote. t ;
Schmidt (2), Umbricht, Napoleon,
Kropf. Three Base Hits: Parris.
Home Runs: Barron," WUhelm. V y
Doubleplays: Parris,' Bernbrd, E. V
Osorio; Parris, .Bernard. Earned
Kuns: carta Vieja
C sacrifice Hits:
nard, Boak.' Hit'
5, Ferguson LOTteillvi
lez 1, Robinson 2, Aylmer 1. Base)
on Balls off: Umbricht 5,.Fergn 5,.Fergn-soa
soa 5,.Fergn-soa K Franco 2, O'Reilly. 2, Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales 1,; Aylmer 2. Left on Ba
Chesterfield, 14, Carta-Vieja 14,
Pitchers Record: Umbncht 3k runs.
5 bits in S 2-3 innings; Ferguson S.
rans, I tuts in 3 inmngs: Franco 1
ran, 2 hits in 1.1-3 innings;" O'Reil O'Reilly
ly O'Reilly 2 run, 3 hits in 2 innings (pitch (pitched
ed (pitched to two batters in 8th ); Gonra Gonra-let
let Gonra-let runs, hits in 2 innings. Win- -ning
pitcher; Aylmer 1-1. Los-jif
nitcher: A. Osorio tiTppires:
Moore, Kilzinger, Hinds. Tune at?
pse: 3 ?S.
S, Chesterfield : 1 II
Barron. -Ber' ,t it
batter: O'Reilly ; -II
byC Umbricht II
1. Gonza- I
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' MONDAY. DECEMBER 38, 1957
' TBI MANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWHPArER
iwn c& Hiih he Ann namKerorm on am s
m v m. mtm m ma m )t wa, mmw sj a ,-. f "r-'T '''tr
Ha$ i Ejtpressed : Regret
Over Riincliirig Umpire
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By J. NJ,' HARRISON Jr.
Vpinlttiit l'Cryxi B.ariWIl(r;.HctprVppr:W
f punch! umpir,Gil Moort jn iftrt orjag r fwn
. V thrown out 6f thi'.CervMa" lboa-Crta Vieja gam Jait
' FridxF night, oclay promiied U miki- vpubllc,, apology
Cto Moor,at the, Olympic 5taqium xomgnu; .
tonlghtr Mlr to eomplete : the pro-
tested m--or vtc; zu,. una wi wi-ria
ria wi-ria reulr echeduled contett
Moore, a U.S. -Army ereeant,
ejected Lop ,ftef, A the Kansw
City Athletic 'taiVuitaf abeccne
lannan, dare him to do
The, infielder beceme violently
angry because Moore had given
hit teammate Alonso peXthwaite
the thumb for the repealed use of
profanity in voicing dis disapproval
approval disapproval of umpire Dal Thornton i
call behind -the plate. . ; :
- Before Lopejleft the field he
;tr,irbth middleaeed Moore" m
the ribs. The' slugging tw!idcnt a
roused -owidespread inmgnauon,
who todav aDoesred Writ
genuinely sorry: for.his.impulsiva
action, : aamiuea :, mni V7j
"somethlnf that very,, very
Tong." '- ; "A
u. ..u tk. h;.iMi' iilinui fa
sreve his reiWerse -by' epolegitf
)n publtety te Mee aml nepea
that the fans would accept the
feature as" his acknowledgements
that he hl let them, dewrtoad dewrtoad-ly
ly dewrtoad-ly and WanteU ta Jtiake amends.
"T knnto that I am UllW of a se-
rioua offense," said Lope. "'V
have decided that the only manly
thing to do is to ask the for give give-Bess
Bess give-Bess of Moore and the fans, i and I
am prepared to- do so at the. Sta Stadium
dium Stadium tonight. V"J :
Scoo'per Dooper, our f avo'ile
news hoand. reports (1) John D.
Ames (r Chicago, is to be named
new president of the United States
Golf Assn. next month and (h2) te
Pacific Coast League, poetically
hopeful,:; is ,to move its charred
headquarters to Phoenix, A irt e s
clsss of 'was cptain of Prince Prince-ton's
ton's Prince-ton's championship golf team.' His
bod. Knowiton L.. mo w a as
vsnake" because of is repUUan
elusiveness, starred, in Tiger nyt-
bau, : circa w;i.; ..
. Blame'th Yankees The Roller
Derby cortei back to TV any day
now. and can M. Berle be far be
hind?. Any team with s right-hand
power bitter can bo ousiness wiui
the' Boston "Red Sox. Stevenson
tdidnt stay on Ike's team" ton
nough to get a' number, let' alone
j a varsity letter. Lou' Boudreau's
,1-18 record: agslns" the Yankees
' cost him his job as KA manager.
;lt made the country-cousin 1am 1am-'
' 1am-' poon too difficult to defend in skep skeptical
tical skeptical circles. The way 4hey -play it
these days, a basketball team that
doesn't exceed, 100 points a jame
1 isn't half trying. 1 : 1
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way DacK wnen xnougn losing,
Memphis State looked good in the
Garden last week. How they would
have fared against the Memphis
' Alerts of which yeur, agent was
captain and forward we, being ad admirably
mirably admirably modest, wouldn't care to
say.- This was the team .that pre.;
aented Abe Attell with a medicine,
ball (cost $12.50X" and were.desolrj
ate to discover, the little champ
left town without it. Watching him
? K workout for Charley White in tfts
Lodbz. Panama's first and ortly YMCA evm. the Alerts had been
full fledged major jleajuer. is at, won over by his sparkling style
present third in the Pro Loop bat bat-tint
tint bat-tint race with .325. He hit .292.
blasted 11 roundtrippers and drovel dicine ball
in 35 runs: for Kansas City last
i The Colon-born baMplayer
be '26 years old next July 8.
and good humor. How were we to
know Abraham already had a me
Almost H third round matcherl
In the 1957 King a jvansom-ngu
of Lords Golf Championshrppres Championshrppres-ently
ently Championshrppres-ently being held at the .Panama
rinh wrn .xtremel.v- close.
pi,v in th third -round., hie bJ
was completed .Sunday, no n n-tera
tera n-tera the quarter-final jroupd where
both pairs of matches In the Iwo
men's flights aMldoviit
both pairs of, matches m.the two
men' flights ;should- provide a
fitting chmax'toAhe annual A.
a Rvnolda King'a Ransom, and
House of Lords" tournaments ;
nn nf the- closest matcnes
played thus far kt the' Pfma
course, Carlos Arosemena, taking
one stroke from Roberto Torres,
debated Torres 1 up. Torres hss
been shooting phenomenally i o w
iVorea S5 conside7hg h s haaKline byf a score of 3 and 2.
SCOreS laieiy, "??'""'". .....,. Tvihei n1vH mm II nnrm,
riioan of 9. and his play Baiurujr
was equally good but :
stroke on No, 5 hole cost him the
Both V Arosemena ; and. Torres
l.j t.nti.i nr-nrrr Of 76 for tne
.h Ind both -had exactly
the same scoring,1 withf
The match -was close, aU the
..... uh neither having more
.KV-S-hri. advantage at any
Mns. shoottof a4tmb-psr score of
mi t whirb he-reatetered bir-
i.7..t-d his fellow-Balboan
'n' XilVUm M,,iir.' who shot two
. fii. i.. ii Miiller. ahooting on
ly .two over par, -which is ? good
' folf any ume at Panama, xwas
. k 5.,tJ oBlvyGrran's supe-
vim- tvn nf olf. .'' ' S
J Gerrans -wu "v T
. Arosemena in, the, fluarterr f final
round of -the' tournameat. a a d
?.' wUl give hia opponent 5 strokes.
A . t v. '; iys-'"-;-'?T
" In another thid round match,
. In the lower bracket of flie first
- flight Bob Walker of Balboa de-
- feated MacVittie 1. ; up. Walker
; ; had aa 80, and- MacVittie an 8L
N Walker at .one time had Mac
- up, but MacVittie came back to
' close the gap. They halved Nee
5, which waa Walker's stroke
' hole. Walker's 1-up advantage fol fol-lowed
lowed fol-lowed through the back nine, and
, they halved 17 and 18. y
tn th final match Jn the first
flight, lower brscket, Kade defeat-
will' Sturdy Sturdivant The Rose
Bowl is where Roy Regels ran the
wrong way for a thouchdown. It
had to follow the day would inevi inevitably
tably inevitably come when the D o.d g e r s
made it their home. Our congra congratulations
tulations congratulations to Chester Smith, bril brilliant
liant brilliant snorts editor of the Pitt
sburgh PreiS, on being honored by
jthe National- Football Foundation.
JWe just hope the other Smith
(brother won't be too envious. Unob Unob-j
j Unob-j trusively, the, Yankeeat Tonf 'SttuV
Idivant is establishing himself as
!itn nit ihm ttmmm'm hmttmv nitihmrm
I . His 18-8. with an ERA of 2.54 this
, ( ; ... ., iyear, was the 27-year-old bright
tier Jstrokes'but Battler was un-hander's top performance to date,
able to capitalize on his advan-Al pitchers totaled 5815 strikeouts,
tsge,' although .neither player shot! amajotiJeague record, Is the
as well as normally. i pitching getting better or1 the
.In the' third found matches h swing-from-the-hip hitters, more
the second" men's flight, the play'arous
irt .one on no. V-a ahort ironj,' )'''
hole in which his ball hit onthe Life saving deal -Because the
green slight below the pin and Detroit Lions had the foresight to
rolled' directly, in, Playing Jorge make an off, season deal which
Sibauste,,vwha eyenttfajly on theibreucht Tobin-Rote to them from
match 4 and. 3, Robinaon almoatl the Green Bay Packers, they will
sank 'another hole in one on Jv'o.Jmeet the Cleveland Browns for
. JJ ,1 -1 (
xd, yvneu nis tunve iu ine.i green uie praieuionai iuoiuau cnmpioa
rolled past the pin, missing k by ship tomorrow. In two successive
flhnilf turn inrhAS in ftBCaitlff., ttflh.l miut.vln tlmnimm 4ffmt aBlnt ihm
inson gave ma opponent 3 strokes,
casion eventually succeeded rt
fleeted their fennfirienre in the see
ond stringers play calling and ball
.handling. . , ,: ..
' Real handy man we'd hve to
doubt that any other team in pro
football could lose a man' of
Layne's stature and continue tc
play as If he weren't missed.-To
judge by results that's what the
Lions have been doing. In the sec
ond half Sunday; once the Lions
got rolling. Rote almost complete
ly' Overshadowed the imminent Y.A.
Tittle, ha 49ers chief executioner;
And at the same time served not notice
ice notice on the Browns that he is still
a force to be reckoned with.. Es
pecially when he gets the nrotec
tion and the collaboration the Lions
belatedly supplied in their thrilling
upniu surge in old Kezar Stadium.
..:.. -!,t .. ,.r: -i '.
The No. I team-S-'io one would
want to fault Sports- Illustrated' s
Chpice of the Cards' Stan Musial
aa -the Sportsman of the Year, a
true big leaguer by any standard,
in any sphere. Things we never
expect to see: Edward R, Murrow
in Presley sidehurns. Coach Woo Woody
dy Woody Hayes justifies Ohio Slate's 'No.
1 ranking over undefeated Auburn
on this basis: "We played a much
tougher schedule.'!.. Let Mr. Qui!'
be reminded that, though we may
never have another subwav series,
there are other purpose to which
the trains may tbe put Welter o
Malley i sback lit town for the ho ho-lidv.
lidv. ho-lidv. Instead of Snta, he expects
a visit from Dracula.
which was enough for. Jorge, to
laxe me raaicn.-
E. de la Ossa took over Chick
ly, though de la Ossa showed
considerable improvement over
previous tournament play.
jonn vvesunin aeieaieo Bass a
and 4 in the third match of the
second -flight,' with the latter be being
ing being unable to, overcome a 5-stroke
aavamage usea oy westman.-
In the final match of the sec
ona ingnt, jjui swenson. witn a
1-stroke advantage, took over
Opt. Harrington, by a score of
and '':; v:::
lo-4he quarter finals of the sec
fond flight, Swenson will -meet
John westman, taking a 2-stroke
advantage over his older oppo
nent, and Sibauste will meet K.
de la Osss, 'taking a 3-stroke ad
In the Women's flight. Maggie
Dalton, using a 7-stroke advan
tage, took over Capt. Harrington
by a score of 3 and 2.
In the quarter finals of tne sec
ond flight, Swenson will meet
John Westman taking a 2-stroke
advantage over bis Alder oppo
nent, and Sibauste will meet
de la Ossa, taking a 3-stroke ad
vantage.. .;:.-.""'. r
In the women's, flight, Maggie
Dalton, using a 7-stroke advantage.
defeated Mrs. Purdy, who played
well, notwithstanding. In the other
semi-final match, Peggy Porter,
playing. Charlotte Hunter, defeat defeated
ed defeated her opponent 3 and 2 in a 36 36-hole
hole 36-hole marathon. Porter gave her
opponent strokes, and it was al almost
most almost too much. Porter will now
Chicago Bears, then .last Sunday
against the San Francisco 49ers,
the veteran quarterback, filling in
for disabled Bobby Layne, was a
dominant factor, posed, ; darinv
and proficient. In each game the
Lions had to come from behind to
win. (Sunday for example they
trailed 0-7, 0-14, 744, J-21, 7 -24,
and 7-27.) 'That they fad each oc
I mm I
" i& t f
our large stock
of skin diving goods
(Facing El panama-HlIton)
; and No. 47 Central Ave.
Tel. t-2504 ,--
For Grid Title
DETROIT,, Dec 80 CUP)-The
Detroit Lions humiliated the proud
Cleveland Browns today- 59-14 be-'
for 55.2(13 fans and became the
y ''-- tr"
, vTobln Retf passed far four
touchdowns and scared anether
hlmialf as the Liens, wiped eut
the memery t a year which
started with frustration and. dls-i
aensien. by f Iving fhe Browns
the worst jlcklnf n l Cleveland's
history., ';;;' ..'-
The Lions, branded by Buddy
Parkers as a "dead team" and
"the worst .I've ever seen in train training
ing training camp" playeJ one'of pro foot:
hall's great title games for Par Parker's
ker's Parker's successor, George W5U.S 0 A
The lions' victory was second only
to that of the Chicago Bears over
the Washington Redskins 73-0 iu
1956 Wilson played for the Bears
in 'that one."' -.'- w .'' .:v 'v..
Rote; himself labebled a stand stand-in
in stand-in quarterback for -Bobby Layne.
made scorins passes of 26 and 23
yards to- brilliant rookl end Steve
Junker, 78 yards to Jim Dpran,
and 32 to Dave Middleton..
The former Rice star also sneak'
ed over from the one for Detroit's
first touchdown. ..- ij,.:
. Datrti aearad 17 points In
first ,vrfr and 14 each In fhe
last fhe. They ajot the flrt 17
I. .1 -.mi ll .a.."
H.i. I 1 1 im w m rm w.-.-
, .1 at I I II wl I
nai mm Lioni naa t- m,ri af
ter thrwi minutes and SS ; see ;
tfnds in the Hcena quarter..
MIL. 1 ",-.',' JJ.J :'. J W m m
ine uiuns mtci x-cyici u u r j
Browns' passes in the first Tia''
Terrv Barr brlnfitne one back 19
yards for a touchdown. ;
Browns' Milt Campbell's fumbloi
on a, kickoff,' reOovered by Barr
on- the Browns' IS.ued to.anotner
THRU TYPII OP PROBLEMS
CHICAGO (UP) Dr. Rudolf-!
Dreikurs, a psychiatrist, will deal
with problems fating men and
women- in,; a 'series of three' ad addresses"
dresses" addresses" here.' Ttey are- entitled
"The '- predicament of being a
man," "The predicament of being
a woman,? and The confusion of
v. J rii'.'li 1M m" -.'an
It s time io sicp up w
c, ,a,"k.-', '. ..... ', '
' V ; ' Four Rosea Bourbon time is now.
'".'.'.. A..t. :,l .m'. .fl. "',
i -V nf turn, incomriarable I
,-;.' .Vv- snc)thnei stud nchnees of this
':'v1.-. v aistuiaushad bourbon.
' i; i mmmimwiimf"mmmmmimm, B
- 1 1 'i
It's time for
Four Roses Bourbon
, DISTRIBUTORS: -
IO' it. jswv
OFFICIAL-LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE. ;
' ''i PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA .",.'
PHze-vltiiiibtNumbrt In the. Ordinary Drlhjr No. 2025 Sunday, December 29;V19W, f
'? The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided tn two seriea "A h "B" 'of 26 pieces each ,if
-a h.. w.Mic x ud over theJmeet Maggie Dalton in the final
IS hole course. KaJe gave H a t-1 round.
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Orders from .the fr Tineas and Gss Stations
will receive immediate attentiea.
First Prize 9846 $100,000.00
Second Prize 4yQl JU,UUU.UU
Third Prize 8067 $ 15,000.00
No. Prim No.; Prltc No. Prliw No. PrlM No. Prlzw No. PHimlNo. P(Uo No. PrliM No. PrlioS f No. PriMS,
s itiif s s s- s a ?
sum ., tss.es ma isa.ee ao4s imm 3m iss. 4msmss.cs ims tss.ss aassa isS.ee tms iss.ee sms iN.ee nu. ise.ee
US 1SS.M I14S1SS.IW 2US 156 M 3HS 156.00 414S 1S6.N S14S I5S.M SMS 1M. T14S 1SS.N S14S 1SS.M tlM ISS.te
S24S lS6.es 124S 15S.M 224S 1SS.SS 3244 1M.SS 424S tSS.M S24C 1SS.A0 S24S 1&4.S0 724S 1SSM 824S 1SS.M 24S IM.M
34 1SS.M 1344 1SS Z34S 156.00 3346 156.04 434S 156 04 534S 15S.M 634S 15S.M 7S4S 1S6.00 S34S 1SS.M 34S lSS.Se
44S 156.0 1446 154.00 2446 156 00, 3448 156.00 444 156.00 S44S 150.00 S44S 150.00 T44S 156.00 S44 154.04 944 15.
0S4 154.00 154 156 00 2540 150 00 354S 150.00 454 156.00 S54S 156.00 054 156.0 7S4C 156.0 S54S 1.14.00 9548 15.00
004 156.00 1646 156.00 204 1S6.O0 341 ; MO.OO 464 156.0 54 156 00 0640 156.00 7644' 1S6.00 84 154 0 941 ISO..
0T40 156.00 1740 : 150.00 275 156.00 374 158.0 474' 156.00 574 156.00 474 154.0 774' 156 40 074 19 974 IM.M
04 2,600.04 1S4 2,4001 204 2,600.00 384 2,600.00 4S4 2,600.00 SS4 I.600.H 4H4 2.400.00 7S40 2,600 00 SS40 2,000 00 0S40 S2.O00.00t
0940 151.00 1948 156.00 294 158.0 394 156.00 44 150.00 S94 154.00 S94S 150.00 T94 156.M S94 150 0 994 1S.
Approximations Derived From First Prize
( f S3T S20.00 I OS30 520.00 1 0841 520.00 1 0043 S24.H f 0S45 S2,0 I 0S4S SM.OO 90S S20.M 90S 520.00 9SS4 Si 0
,983 520.0 I 9S40: 120 M fl 9842 S20.00 1 9S44 SUM I 9847 20.M,J 84S S20.M S8S1 1200 98S3 S20.H 9S5S S20.
Apprpximations Derived From Second Prjie
a s s- .' k '' t t a,
1 2S0.H I 1H1 2M.e 291 2. M1 2 591 2H.M ; SMI V 2W.M TMI 2M.M SMI 28S.M SMI 2.M
'4052 1300 1 454 130.00 : 4958 130M 495S 130.00 4M0 130.M 403 134.00 404S 130.00 497 130M 499 IMM
4M3 mOO I 49U 130.M' 4957 IM.M 4M 13(.M 492 IM.M 4M4 1MJ 4SM IM.M 4MB 1M.M 4J0 IM.M
v-':Vv;,'?C'' Approximationv Derived From Third Prize
- t r ?i t ',' t i vV"'' V a ; -1 :$ ';a
MT .. 1M.M J, IM7 1M.M 2M7 15C.M 3tST .1S.M 4067 154.M f SM7 1M.M I MST 1M.M 7MT IM.M 9007 1SS.M
805S 104.00 I SON IM.M 801 IM.M MO 10I.M SMS IM.M I 8M 104.M I M71 IM.M SOTS IMM M7S IMM
, MM 1M.M i SMt JM.M SMS IM.M SMS IMM' MM '.lttt M7S ; 1M.M.' M72 144 M74 IMM MIS 1M.M
Priie-winnlng Number of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st in Colon, 2nd Panama, 3rd in Panama
The Kiiie Hundred whole tickets ending in and not included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.
; The whole ticket haa 52 pieces dlylded in two series "A" Is "B" of 28 pieces each
-:' : "'" ," '. t if t ""kSur-
Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the' Province af ana'maU-Ced.: 47-12155
; The Representative of the Treasury JAIME. DE LA tSUARDIA Jr. ,
WITNESSES: Lupo Peret, Cd. 47-11155
Jose M. Martinez, Ced. 47-7514
ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary rublic, Panama
PABLO A. PIXEL &L
'tJrtTti f tu''a UckM orltA Wr U,4 elphor and wlta th two la
MJ I t. clpbcrt oi.el only to-tbo Flrot Prizo.
Pito firet Prlio ond H JnO one Sr4 Ptteeo ro drown oporiiteljp. Tbo o o-BraximatloM
BraximatloM o-BraximatloM aro coleo istod on tho Pint. aoeonOl n Third Prlioo. In com
Urkot ohould onn tl. auaibon at oocb prlxo. th boldor fej onUUod to
data porsMnt tor
' DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
? Sunday,' December 29, 1 957;
'.. f'i' ,"5-T- Drawinr Number Jtl ,:vi.
;'..'v' -" ; '. rraeUoat
iBrgt PHze. .46
Second Prize.' . '61
Third Prize. ... 67
r pHooo win to to oecordoMO with tbo Official Um of Panond m
thr mtttrm mt IK. tikntmrnt o flrow UWory Kolo Cootrot- A
Plan ef Ordinary Drawtnc Ne, 202B which wiU
take place January 5, 1957
" Olvidod' 1 two aoriot or 2a tractlonf oadl danommotod "A and "ST
v roar ntztt 1
. I Pint Prloo, ferio A and B. of SJS000.M ooeh 4S52n
1 Soeond PrUo. Soriao A and B. ef 1.SM.M oadl oonoo U.ooo eo
1 Third PrUa, Soriao A and B, ef S.0 M oocb oottos 7 o 00
IS Approximation!. Sorioo A and B. of 20 M ooch oertaa UM M
Prixaa. Soriao A and SI of 1JM.M oocb aoriai X3.0M a
' M Soriao A ond B, of 70 M oocb mim 14.040 o
too rriaao. Sariaa A, a4 B, of ; XM oacb aarioa
' - ,t BECO.VD rl : -' x
IS Approximation, Scrico A ond B, of S M M oocb ocrlaa t t 34 00,
-' S Pnxaa, Scriaa A and A, pOM oocb oonoo LM H
' third paiiK
IS AffsroxJmatlon. Bona A and ab of 8 MOSvoocb oertot lar
' 0 Pnua, Bariao A and B. of v ,.- tlM oocb oonoo M04-M
M7 Prtooa',' ,4 '.'Tool ,.........17tM.M
; Af Price of a whole ticket S2S DO
Price of a fifty-second part ... .. .Si
fRl7.ES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCtlfNTS OR TAXES
1 r 1
f AGE EICIIT-
, . v THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT.. PAJLI NEWSPAPER fi. la v A,-
Monday; December 30. 1957'.
"". r i ? i am ""'s. m srv mm iaiM. i
V TUIC SPiF R FOR SALE::'
TH'S 6PACE IS FOR 6ALE-;v: .1
FOR INFORMATION TELEPH0NE;2-0;4Q
1 1 w w ear r .- w--
FORA INFORMATION TELEPHONE j!-074Q
Miscelloneius HI SERVICES
' .i i- T -7?n t L,f b
Resorts iftpdrtments T,
FOSTER'S CottagM ni Ur
Beach Houm. Ona mila part tb
Caaine. Phona Balboa 1866. V
PHILLIPS Ocaanilda Cottages
Santa Clara. Bo 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal S-H7J.
- SHAPNEL'S turniihtd hemaa, en
beach. Phona Thopmion, Balboa
FOR RENT OR FOR SAU: SAU:-Luxuriout
Luxuriout SAU:-Luxuriout relidenca conipletly
furnished, in tha fxpoiitioii
Groundi, 4 bedrooms, 2 batb batb-roomi,
roomi, batb-roomi, livino-room, dininj dininj-room,
room, dininj-room, taraga, largo kitchen, hot
water, maid's room with serv service,
ice, service, wath tubs, chothes lines, gar garden,
den, garden, lot 20 by 30 meters, easy,
payments. For further Informa Information,
tion, Information, sea Fabrega personally
East Street behind Vasco market,
from 10 to 12 noon and 3 to 6
FOR RENT: Cemfortable
rooms, maid's service. "I" street
No. 1131. opposite Tropical
Theatre. Phone 2-1541, Also
suitable for offices.
FOR RENT: Commercial site,
' wonderful location, Justo Arose Arose-meaa
meaa Arose-meaa Avenue No. 37-11. In Inquire,
quire, Inquire, phone 3-0294 or 2-2341.
1st Baalist Church
' The First Baptist Church is
, fcolding it? 15th annual watch, night
tervlce tomorro ivenin? from
:30 until J2:15-Ibe pvenmg ppens
with an hour long gospel film "The
Great ; Iight," an unJorgetable
story filmed in, the ruins of bbmb bbmb-"
" bbmb-" riddled Nuremhurg, and featuriftg
the singing v tf'f Helen Barth and
preaching of Reinholu Bartn. ..
A rnmmittee of Llovrl Peterson,
- ttnhort Snvder:-,od Caot. William
Hall has Arranged the fellowship
hour, and Mrs: Chrisdan Siihon-
sen o(.the social committee is ,ln
The evening service win include
, the Lord's jSuBper, tesUmorties.
special music devotional,; gospel
Singing, nd::the.New...Year's hour
i vill be approached, In a prayer
' meeting in cooperation with 75,000
" Baptist churches in the United
States being called to a night of
prayer..orrrNew- Year's Eve.
Kiimeries will be maintained, a
nprisl children's program lias
hppn nlanned hv Lloyd Peterson
and the public is invited to spend
New.year-s Jfive at tne cnurcn.
THEFT TRIAL FROZEN
BRISTOL, Tenn. (UP) Kearney
P. Grace's trial on theft charges
was continued because the evi evidence
dence evidence was too cold. The case was
continued when the owner of two
turkeys Grace is accused of steal stealing
ing stealing said he wouldn't be able to
identify the birds until he could
examine wrappers frozen inside
'V Y ',,
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VERY SPECIAL". DELIVERY This iant-stee mailbox in
Detroit, fully equipped with slide, U especiall, designed for.
lrtter from the-Motor City's small fry addressed' to "Santa,'
Claiis, North Pole." Giving it a trial run are Cathy Quinci, S, s
and her brother Frank 4. Kay Jordan .'rewards them with
crndx canca. -...,..- v -:5,.v.-a'..
ATTENTION, O. I.I Just built
modem furnishes) apartments, I,
2 bedrooms," hot, cold wator.
Phono Panama Sr44t. c
FOR RENT: 'Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment en Via Porras No. 1 20,
beside Roosevelt Theatre, over-,
looking SAS Commissary. Phone
FOR RENTt-oReautifdllv- fur furnished
nished furnished twav badroom modern
apartment, with maid's quarrera,
splendid residential district. Ca Case
se Case Mlraf lores. Calla Gerardo Or-
& B.L- T. ark tm
IVII. r nun, iiwiw, . w i.l
i.i'ii o...n inoa
FOR RENT: Two jbfdreoni
apartment!, maid's room,, hot r-1
water, garage, Justo Arosemona.
Avenue No. 37-11 Indulra,
37th street east No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, new. La Carrasquilla No.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom modern apartment.
Garage, all conveniences 1 68,
Via "elisario Porras
apartment, H o,r t h'jtmariean
neighbors, ward, wash"" tubs,
parking. Tel. 3-0471.
fcxpected to Kene
,..m- a mm. mm, .t.
LONDiON. Dec.UO (UP) Infillfl
JBergraanI.flew ick' to London
day worn fa j-Jtoman 'nouua re-j
union with estranged husband Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Rossellini. She said she
hooe"d to see her rumored new
romantic interest, Swedish busi businessman
nessman businessman Lars Sehmidt, while in
the (BTitish.capital. 4
Miss4 rierlmari told WwsmerfibJfc-
fore leaving Rome she did not
know "when Or if she would see
Rossellini again. She spoke of the
Italian film director, from whom
she is legally separated, without,
a trace of emotion;v : t
-On 1ier'rriy"i 'hirlonden-'the-mention
K of Schmidt's' ".Ami
evoked a sharper, response,: Asked
whether she and, the Swedish bust bust-nessman
nessman bust-nessman wouW get married, Miss
Bergman answered shortly:
rYo should not asK sucn flues-
UOllO. ; J. t, Tat;
But the Swedish film" s(ar; rjldJ
say she nopea w see acnmiai
while in London where she wpl
finish work- oh a film.
Miss Bergman and Schmidt
were reported, to have spent
week-end doing Pans recently.
But reporters failed to tracK tnem
down at that time.
Ingrid and Rosseuim were re reunited
united reunited briefly in Rome last week
to give their three young children
family uinstmas. 1
Rossellini spent only Christmas
Eve and Christmas Day in his
estranged wife's apartment before
leaving by train for Paris Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. i
For the sake of the children,
Miss Bergman had been playing
the role of a happy mother and
wife oDoosite a mari with whom I
she could no longer live.
RosseUint and Miss Bergman
had forged one of moviedom l
most famed romances before they
obtained a separation last month I
after reports of a new Rossellini!
romance with Indian scriptwriter i
Sonali Das Gupta.
LEATS) TOIIB AD WTTH ONR At AtlBl
LNTKRNAL. Dh PUBIJCAClnNKS Ma
BARIMW-Na M "B" Sired a M(IRBIS(kN-Jth J..I. a. i '.. ..i
CARMAltA i.VXUt Ontrel Avenue
fj a u ra.E' tfsi a rd araa So aj atai a a
the Bella VbU.Thwtra. CAliAN:
TunfBiwij' viram ww." iw rnnmniia u. aitTlfWIl pMm f m.
FOR SALE: A station-wagon In In-excellent
excellent In-excellent eond ifrsn $2300.00.!
Cill 3-3069, -V ;.
FOR SALE: 1954 Pontile sta station
tion station wagon. Esceljent condition.-'
Radio and Hyd. Tranrmissioh.
Call Pan, 01. Las Cumbrei.":
2280., ; "" ''
FOR SALE. New 1958 Chev&
rolet Sedan, two-tsne paint, W;
v f wires, eeruaifTM.vriwfe BaiDuer
h 3026. : i ;T 'W
J u a: i : !.'Jbi..bi a.ii t!.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile I5ti5
four door sedan, hydrematic, rax,
die,'" "Solex" glass, two-tone.
Phono Balboa 3767 after 3.30.1
FOR SALE: New Cadillac
1957. Hyd., radio, 2000 miles. 4
door hard) opr perfect; $5;20Q
or will consider bast offer; Duty
it paid, you aava $1,200. Tel.
FOR SALE Oldsmobile 1948
Hyd.. with,iMR. Tel. ,2-4219
Balboa, i .. '. r V
FOR S4LE:-.l 955 gray-white
Pontiac Catatina, white wall tires,
heater, radio with back and
front seat speakers,; accessories,
beautiful condition' good mile mileage.
age. mileage. See or call 0434-1 Frangi- -pani,
Ancon. Phona 2-289?.
witii I ri;2 tins
w Vi..,, ta
: JLH DGE
' Oenexaf Agent (iff
Olbraltar.lfe Ins. Co.
. for rates and Information
TeL Panama t -055a
155 Central Are.
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Travel Service
2 Officers, Gj:
man assigned to"p3rt Kobbt)JJi9-'e
received the commendation t t-bon
bon t-bon with metal cendant lot mer
itorious service, Headquartera X.
S. Army Caribbean announced.
First Ltr Douglas s. Kimoau oi
Headauarters and Headauarters
Company, first" Battalion zutn
Infantrv. Reeiment. received his
award for outstanding1 aenrice
during; the period Oct. 21, 1959 to
Oct. 7. 1957.
For meritorious service during;
the period Dec. 1; 19SS to April 3.
195t 1st Lt. Jack D. Joiner otthe
937th Engineer Company (avia
tion) was awarded the Commen Commendation
dation Commendation Ribbon with metal pend
ant. -' i". t
Sic. Laurance E. Bradley' jr.
of H company, 20th, Infantry
Regiment received his commen
dation -ribbon for meritorious
service during the period Oct. 15,
1956 to Oct. 12. 1957.
UNITED fTATES Of AMEBIC-.-;
Canal. Bono- s
Vnlted Statae Dftrtriet Coot Par j
Tha Diatrkt -M The Caaal Com
Balboa Diviaion .' -In
the Matter of the laUte of An
tonio Manuel Arias Guard la. dacKaad.
No. t4l Probata. Notice to Craditarm.
NOTICE la hereby fivan that aU par
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statc of Antonio Manuel Arias Cuar Cuar-dia,
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claim, aupported by vouchers, and pro pro-parly
parly pro-parly -.verified, with the Clerk cat the
United States District Court for the Dis District
trict District of tha Canal Cone, Balboa Dtvl-
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bald Archibald P. Turner, e'e DC CASTRO BO BO-BUtS,
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( w,) ,r President Eisenhower to-
day"apprOved for submission to
Congress a plan for expanding
scientific education at a federal-
state cost of about S1800000000
next, four (years.
The' DTarfNvas sulimltted to the
President this morning by Marion
B. Folsoiri.fsecretary of health
education .and welfare The Chief
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Scientist Calls On US Govt.
To Rule On Fallout Dangers
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 30-
(UP.) A scientist called on eov-
ernment policy makers today to
aeciae wnemer me neea ior more
H-bomb .tests is more important
than the danger of 1,000 or more
deaths through fallout.
Dr. (Barry. Commoner, professor
of botany W Washington Univer
sity oKSt i touis. said government
leadert have not yet come up with
a policy on whether military pre
paredness outweighs the menace
of radioactive fallouts S
The scientist warned that any
one trying to decide ''if biological
hazards f worldwide ; fallout can
be-, justitied by necessity must
somehow weigh a number of hu human
man human lives against' deliberate ac action
tion action to achieve a desired military
or political advantage."
"There is, I believe, no scientific
way to balance the possibility of
1,000 deaths from leukemia against
the political 'advantages of devel developing
oping developing p more efficient retaliatory,
weapons. Commoner said.
Commoner made the statement
in a report'" to. the convention of
the American; Association for the
Advancement, of science.
He told the convention the joint
congressional committee on atomic
energy published 2,000 pages on
its recent hearings o nradioactive
dangers without deciding on a pol policy.
icy. policy. As yet, he said, there doer not
even appear to be a "stated pol-
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BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Dec
30 (UP) Mirko Mllicevid was the
greatest hunter of the village of
Rakitno but his 15-year bag' of
wolves,, foxes and other wild life
inexplicably lacked va -hare. 1
Irked by the jeers of his friends,
Milicevic barehandedly caueht a
hare as it ran from its burrow.
He tied ft to. a tree with a bit of
stnng.-backed 'off and took ;care ;care-ful
ful ;care-ful aim with his gun.
The bullet cut the string and the
the field of science
Eisenhower will touch on th
new aid-to-eduoation plan in i his
State of the Union message then
send Congress a special message
detailing the program. ;
The goal would be to improve
teaching and speed up the pro
duction of scientists and engineers
to meet Russia's space-age chal challenge.
icy" on who should decide if H H-homb
homb H-homb tests should continue. r
He quoted committee estimates
that fallout may have already in
sured up to 13,000 defective new newborn
born newborn children and; up to lOO.pOQ
cases of leukemia and bone tumor
The radioactivity of "every per
son, on earth has gone up smci
H-bomb tesbeganj CommQgef
said. : fy t' Ai'f
.Y'-NeVeriif the history, of human human-ity
ity human-ity has such adjudgment involvad
literally .-every individual now livi
ing and expected for some genera
tions to, live upon the earth," he
He,; called ont icientists to- ex ex-change
change ex-change all available information
about the dangers of fallouts and
to tell the facts to the public
through "radio and television,
newspaper articles and widely-
aistriDu.ua pamphlets." k f
Purge Of Righlisfs
Over (Temporarily) j.
TOKYO, Dec, 30 (UP)The Chf
nese Communist party today am
nounced the end of a nationwide
purge of rightists but warned
bluntly that other shakeups would
occur .repeatedly-.-for a number
of years t tC-some," t
. The announcement said that
"rightist elements" in the nation
and the party were now in -"complete
Isolation"." It added that now
''the situation in the class struggle
may v be rilaxed .for a certain
time.'";:, :"' ., .. ;.
The- report, made earlier .this
month to a meeting of the Ch
kiang provincial party congress,
was disclosed to the outside, world
today by the Communist New
China .newt agency.
; The agency emphasized" thaf :fhe
rpport, made by provincial party
First Secretary Chiang Hua, dealt
with questions that were "nation "nationwide
wide "nationwide and not-just local"
: While disclosing a let-up in the
purge' :of anti Communist ; ele ele-ments,
ments, ele-ments, Chhng warned that "the
bourgeois rightists and other anti anti-Socialist
Socialist anti-Socialist elements are never re reconciled
conciled reconciled to their doom and ir cer certain
tain certain conditions are liable to launch
new attacks." )
Chiang admitted that the right rightists
ists rightists and "counter-revolutionaries"
had '.'stirred up things" In -"frenzied
In one county' he said, "mahj "mahj-agricultural
agricultural "mahj-agricultural .'.cooperatives - coir
lapsed in the course of disturb disturbances".
ances". disturbances". during the first half of
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Fleeing Tq Jungle,
JAKARTA, Dec; 30 (tTP) -The'
Antara News Agency said today
that 2,000 Indonesians had led in
to the jungles, of Celebes Island, to
escape "oppression" from a local
xne agency said, some of tne
refugees were" army oersonne1 who
were in "armed opposition" to
the region's Termesta Command.
One armed clash took, olace be between
tween between the two. groups,; the reoort
said, but lt .wxs unknown whether
wre casualties. -. :.::r.
The "Permesta Command" was
set up in March of this year to sup
port Lt. Col. Ventje Sumual, one
o'. tbe Indonesian military leaders
who have risen in occasional rebel rebellion
lion rebellion against the central govern government
ment government in Jakarta. ..
Sumual was the leader of the-
camnaign or more;autonomy fori
eiBiues,' pne pi ine largest lsianas
m. tne Indonesian archipelago.;1;
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introduced to Santa Claus by Lt. CoL Fran kiln Bi Simmons, post commander ofQuarry
Heights at the annual children's Christmas party sponsored" by the Quarry Heights'omen'a ,tj 1
Ciuou-Uttie .Barry careiuuy cnose nis woras m ienin& esania wim m-wsnreu s uic- ituiaui ituiaui-rior
rior ituiaui-rior nf t(i rhUriren lonlr nn lrv antlciDatlon of their own turn to -meet oOld St.; Nick, and get
k their glftsi'Mrs: Margarite Colley, wife of Lt. Col. Martin H.-Colley, was chairman of
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have the distinction of being the first casualty cf the project.
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AUSTIN Minn. DerAn aTp
a 'iHousenuc" rocKet designed py
11 high, school boys 'and a Roman
Catholic nun turned nut to bar a
4ne TocKet,r containing a ; white
fcz2cUP03 1st JMousenik Br 6n
The rocket eontainmg a White
youse named'- TJlysses. never got
off the ground. ,-. it
As 50 persons watched in'' sub'
zero tempera turev the teenage
members of the Austin R6ckef S
ciety and their director. Sister
Duns Scotus, tried everything they
could think of to getiMousenik"
into the air. J".'
It wouldn't budge 'from, its
launching pad,' FirsM the electric
ignition failed. Efforts to setoff
the launching mechanism-' manual
lyflopoed, too. finally, the boys
gave up. ; i.t
The boys gent Iid the Tadln Wwlr-
et first, and -wished they 'hadjn't.
"First, there was twn.hmir rip.
lay beyond "the onginariauncnina
aeaaiine. ai 4;o3 p.m, est; the. test
rocKet went up Jts lO-foot launch,
u prompUy started behane
like the Navy's ill-fatecl Vanguard
missile at caDe .Canaverali1 la-.
Somewhere between .the' end- of
the slide and the free air: r weld welded
ed welded section of the missile- .gave
way. The rocket, trailing smoke
and fire, wobbled about 200 feet
into the air and then nosed linto
the earth only, a fewr-yardsfrom
the launching iadi The, nad itself
was also- damaged1, .! H
The boys and their director sis
ter Duns Scotus, still had Ulysses
v and his ''Mousenik' feady.i Nolh-.
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ingdaunted, they planned :to send
up the mouse, from juiJauxihary
launching pad t i
The first launching, delay, made
doubly, tetiious. by ssuri r ; tem temperatures,!
peratures,! temperatures,! warf caused by an over oversized
sized oversized j-adio,. The. .tiny radio was
supposed to fit netiy.intQ tne
rocket, but It -turned- 6 to-be
too big. f t $
-,Thei.-Jiun-flind he -Apprtentices
earlier put J a "top secret" clas clas-sification
sification clas-sification on their launching 'plans.
The launching cite was kept a
secret until itlwjasjtjjninute for
fear that eomany 'sightseers
would b on hand; JEven so, at
le8t30 newsmen, alohg with news
and television cameramen, turned
UP r t. -" y .'U
vThe boys nave a already sent4 a
"Housenik" 1,700 jfeet Into the air,
but the mouse 'was killed when
the rocket burled itself in the frozr
pn earth.,a SN
tin -:. Rocket Sodiety range from 14
acotus js mstn'Qtor .of c -mistry
and physics at PacelH Hfg" School
to V ."-' i Ji.
The nun, memhsr of the order
of St" Francis, has supervised the
firmg .of 84 rockets vbefore today. -She
. said 'the- society was organ organized
ized organized about two years ago x when
several, boys began experimenting
with rockets. As their teacher she
became their unofficial adviser;
'The boys started out with small
cardboard, rockets. Then they ad
vanced to lengths of- metal pipe
powered. with gun powder, to rock-
et fuel ; and. to nozzle, parachute
projections.- . s t
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ited the Rodinan Navkl Station theater to see Santa Claus,
receives a gift from the jolly old gentleman.
Weather Or Not
This wemther report lor the
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la prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
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TUESDAY. DEC. 31
p.m. 6:11 p.m.
Assets Of US Loan,
Reach Record High
WSHINGTON Dec. 30 (UP) (UP)-Asii'
Asii' (UP)-Asii' ofr'the nation' sayings and
loan "associations advanced to an
all-time. high of $48100000000 fHis
year; However, their rate of
growth was slower than in the
two years preceding according to
the U.S.' Savings and Loan Asso-.
ciatlon Stateri Island' Nr5f. aaid
ina .itatetehf savings, and 'loan
institutions boosted their assets by
about $5200000000 during 1957
The year's increase was the
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CHILDREN pf the Nursery" school at the Rodman Naval Station present one of their dances during a Christmas party held at the school.
MDoara mi k.l iavai installations
Jolly Gentleman Signals 'Well, Done Before Taking Off. By Sleigh:
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HONC'MEKTAL FILMING OF
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asJtoe paasion -,
a tke flame v
' v TECHNICOLOR V!STAVTSI0N
- KNOWN VISITOR
from the North Pole is intro introduced
duced introduced to children attending
the Christmas partv at the
Cocoli Little League Ball Park
bv master of ceremonies, Navy
Chief commissaryman W A.
U.S. NAVY PHOTOS
It's always a mystery to some
people, how Santa can possibly
make all the rounds he does over
the Christmas Season. Confiden Confidentially,
tially, Confidentially, he probably couldn't see
everyone he should if it wasn't
for the ready hand of willing
Navy personnel and some NaVy
allied organizations went all out
this year to make the jouy gen gentleman's
tleman's gentleman's visit easier.
Navy .wives at the. Fifteenth
Naval District decorated the tree
int he theater, thereby relieving
Santa of that part of his gigantic
task on Christmas Eve.
Actually. things were pretty
well planned throughout all of
the Javy's cnnstmas ceieDrauons
because all Saint Nick had to do
was drop in and pass out the
gifts. .y'-' ;::;V..f.-r'-;yv-'.' :
Ha eonfinded to a byttamtor
that it would be utterly Impo Impo-sibla
sibla Impo-sibla for him to do all the nec necessary
essary necessary things if It weren't for
such helping hands.
Even at best he is sometimes
pushed for time.
At the Cocoli Christmas party, he
had to use a U. S. Army helicop
ter instead of the traditional
sleigh to keep his appointment.
But now its all over, and San
ta is resting up from the busy
It's always difficult to deter determine
mine determine the high point of .any
Christmas ; Sa son, but certainly
one it fh most satisfying cele celebrations
brations celebrations by the Navy this year
was a Christmas party complete
with movies and dinner for
some 32 little girls from the
San Jose Orphanage in Panama
r. A few days, before Christmas
the eager, young ladies presented
themselves to their "duty dad dad-dys"
dys" dad-dys" selected from the Naval
Communications Station iBalhoa,
to loin the bluejackets at lunch
in the Fifteenth Naval District
Mess Hall. i -' : ', :
After lunch; .they were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their "fathers for' a
day" to the motion pictures thea theater
ter theater at the District Headquarters
Where the watched cartoons," and
then were visited by Saint Nick.i
Gifts for 'all were the order of
the day and in appreciatioiv for
the Christmas visit from Santa,
the girls sang several Christmas
songs in Spanish. ;i
Sgt.NAntonio'F. Caballero from
the Fifteenth Naval District Shore
PatrOl served as interpreter and
hurdled the language barrier with
However hieh. no language har
rier can black out the gleam in
a happvchild's eye, and quite
obviously, the girls from San Jo
se Orphanage were nappy
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REAR ADM. GEORGE H. WALES. Commandant, Fifteenth Naval District, greets children of
the San Jose Orphanage during their Christmas lunch at the Fifteenth Navsi District mess
hall. With the admiral Is Capt. A. R. St. Angela, chief of staff (center), and U. (Jg) Herbert
C. Dawson, aide to the commandant
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MEMBERS of Ann Lattln's "Little -Show" perform: before the large crowd- which: attended
the Christmas party held at the, Cocoli Little League Ball, Park,
Cdr.;; John Hollinesworth, Fif
teenth Naval 'District Chaplain,
was in charge of the affair and
Rear Adm. George H. Wales,
Commandant, of the Fifteenth Na Naval
val Naval District greeted the young la ladies
dies ladies in the Mess Hall. v; :
Capt. Augustus R. St. Angelo,
chief of. staff, tookv over as offi
cial host for the movie period
and joined Santa and the" sailor
"daddys" in )wishing the girls 'a
very Merry '.Christmas. ' !?.
With such a good start, sobs
quant Christmas parties war a
rollicking success. .
At the NAD i Nursery School,
' parents, were treated te; an ex--crtllanpenformanca
their way into the hearts of the
visitors wlm sovoral Christmas
Resplendent, in their costumes
as clowns and" angels, the young
sterswent through their paces to
parents and friends.-' :
- More han -150 .children at the
U.S. Naval Station Rodman jam-'
med the theater, there for good
close look at Santa- and i r e
happy recipients f ''loot ":;r from
bad taken- place m the bandstand t
in front of the bleacher seats in r
the park., t k
Ann- Latin- and her "Little
?how": were well" received as ws
v -s-t rom St. .Christonher's ,'
his already diminished, bag. y.Eplscopali Church in. Rio Abajo.
alvjui ix aepenuen,ciui"ien ur . i Utis program "Was
the Headquarters Annex housing
area were visited byr Santa u a
Christtn s '-party in' Cummings
Hall.. Gifts' and'-candy were, the
order of the day again, and color
cartooftsV were high "on the, popu popularity
larity popularity U..;f.vr-.V ;
By than Santa teemed to be
showing a bit of wear put ht
bounced back In time' to make
an afternoon -party at th; o o-coli
coli o-coli Little League Ball Pa r k.
Arrlvinq by helicopter at about
4 o'clock, Santa was in a ovial
mood and handed out Christmas
packages Jo. an estimated .' 400
Brobmall, a talented youna -sailor
magician trom tne Naval-iJommu-
nications bation af aummir.
A1 Martin and his orchestra ;.
kept -.the party going with Christ
mas music and Navy Chief' Ralph
Adams' let go a few Vliot v licks" -,
oh the Hammond console.'
Planned by thee Civic Council
of .Cocoli, "the bang-up: affair was
topped with5 Ice creamy and soft k
drinks and a number of prizes
which- were drawn during t h
ceremonies. Master of Ceremonies,"
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emei commissaryman n a. xiui
land, from f arfan." nancued .tn
' two and one-half hour show with
the deught afc some 50 Visiting l ;;Pric tO.his. an all-stajr show aPp went ease. : f;;f i J-
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JON C. BLOUGH, from the Fifteenth Naval District' Headquarters Annex Security. Office,
gives a. helping hand to one of the little girls from the San Jose Orphanage during their
Christmas lunch at toe Fifteenth Naval Distri ct Mess HalL