J ' V i
" i t t ,
y'' " i ;i
SANTA farai;Wh ifSrft CoS
ArSn" X & stSpaedtto itfMSi?Sftt St. Luke'? a,urchnthe Boy Scout Shade on Balboa
-Roadie Palo Seco Uper Colony and elsewhere. , k y; ,v,- ,
' CHANGES IN THE present gov government
ernment government and the possibuiqr of ex-
President Jose Ramon r u
' Ruben o; Miroj Norberto Navarro,
Manuel M. vaiaes "u,iv";:"""-"
,pme of the predicUona by local
columnists for 1958. -
tnotJO Coalition- eary m
"SEw nrrPs foresaw the1 possl-
nulfo Arias ranameiusw m
j in ahondnn their
8l reserve" position and again ac-
?i..i sr.$pinntp 1n nohtlCS.'1 i
ion r wv"""-- ,Mph
, tfarhaee couecuun
imemptied for days on an end
On tabloid.today rrtd I pie.
tores of 8arbafle piled h9h
tw areas of Panama City, whll
' report from Colon echoed xom
m.Pnt. from both th. City Coon.
- cil and tho Mayor over the f auj.
ty garbage colleeHon 'service.
Colo Mayor Jos. M- Vive.
teribed his city as sttm9 n
n infectious volcano, ,
' A'jneeting "wiU be held tomor tomor-th
th tomor-th nff c.e of Acri-
cuiiurr ,Mmisler"t Wctor '-Urn.
with; Insurance v ;8-ipenntendenl
n.... Nt'ifiM and reoresenta-
tives f- local insurance; compan compan-''ies'
''ies' compan-''ies' lofdiseuss' the ; $2 Increase in
vehicular property -.aaina
ancc premiums. ..
,' All government offices, schools
snd banks will remain, dosed for
two days, in a tow next week Jan.
l .nd Jan. 2. The latter is the date
'! ..wt.k PrniHtnt Jose J A.' Re-
mon was assassinated Jn 1355 and
h. sine been observed anmnuj
'as a day of national motUTi:ng.
Heart Attack Ends
Li(3 01 Harry CriJ,
' wpll-known Color
....Mn rii0d thu morninS ox
a heart ttUckr
''W'Prii." who .took an' active
;?tart. In community affairs, was
jq var old. n Funeral services
were to be held at Mt Hope Ce
: wi.tor At 3-30 D.m. y
- H a orpsident of the Jewish
1 Colony In Colon as well as repre-
; sentauve oi we vewmn nBcuvj
1 One of Mr. Cris' daughters was
due to leave for the States today
ft h vins tiMii awarded a three-
year -scholarship from ber school
! in Colon. . .
vm u trvivd hv his wile, ana
two daughters. -
' MEXICO CITY, Dec. 2T (tJP
iMrs. Francisco Arellano Zarate
; Said today her husband was so
( rfimnoointed with the 40-cent
i rhrigtmas bonus be received from
. i'l'W r V .I',1, 1 -i- ''' V .' ta' ' '", W 1 I.:". ."J, I;: ann iiwiinniw Mumn i till "II'Mi' MHB
9-Night Santa Claus Finds Visit J
To Young Lepers Touching CSmax
If kids were asked to point out
a real-hfe Santa CUui they would
!unjoubtedly pick George Ander
sonr nana; aown.
The round-faced policeman, who
is usually spreading good cheer
around the Administration Build Building
ing Building this duty post), is a natural
for the'role of St, Nick. ;
As he puts, iti ,
l don't nd wry mvick
Riaku to bcom Santa.",
. Each year-, ."Andy" dons me of
two bright-red outfits. And eveo-i
without aw atnffing inside, he
into his outfit and alliea forth.
Besides-making eight .different
stops vat Zone communities, this
year,' for the first ,time, S a n t a
paid a visit to the children at the
Palo Seco Leper Colony at the
request of Mrs Ezra Hurwn the
director's wife;. St. Luke's .Cathe-,
Hl tkvruntreA tha event m ; r
The way Andy tells it. tnis
trip really ,i'ahook -him vp.t t'
IKE LIGHTS TREE president Elsenhower (riRht) Is- shown
as he pressed the button to light the National Christmas Tree
In. Washington, With him on the rostrum is Edward. Kelly,
-Superintendent ofrUJS. National Parks.
ON :THE BEACH
If -r A- J
f o'loma tr ftlt (wrch tor lit mor tt wett COB of tK
Ui, Hn USS SCOPtrlOU r-hrm-d r M-'bosm. T Mm
Dmd to, Ctmiu Trwl tumid fotigti en4 feverne.
a p. t' h
"I've played Santa i countless
times but these little irls jeaJ.
ly broke my heart.", ,
Anderson claims that one three-year-old
child in particular .was
so touched by the gift of a little
Hnii that she started to crvv Then
she timidly, approached Santa to
thank himv ana Anay says ne
Vld her; 1 ;
v t '' ;
"Come on heney, hug .me If
vu want to.". That he fait wasj
the most heart-rending seen) 4
..hi syen-yearA career as M.
- Nick. : r-
" The", smiling cop claims, lh a
thMw nnit a bit of wear, an
tear on his white beard, about the
only piece ot; maite-. t, neiieve -fl
adds to his naturally -red. face
He expects to have several k, ex extra
tra extra beards made when he,- goes
up to ihe States aoon, . y
"Thft "kids reallv cet a ian4
out of, pulling, on it t so Ha let
them.'? - a T
THIS IS A' MORE familiar
iview of .Andy" in his work
May Be .Adopted
Finance IDntster' Dr. Gilberto A A-rlas
rlas A-rlas today discussed plans to put
a production tax ;On locally -manufactured
cigarettes at a meeting
held in his. face., ",
Ciearette manufacturers attend'
ing the meeting said they would
not be opposed to tne production
tax If the government would raise
the tariff on imported cigarettes.
. Manufacturers s attendipg the
meeting were Brandon Eisenmann,
Benito Suarex and Fernando Eleta.
27 fUP -Local football players
donned top hats and took to the
beach yesteraay m a century -oia
day-after-Christmas tradition here.
Th local fishermen, in white
toppers, defeated the smp'g fire fire-men;
men; fire-men; in red stovepipes, eight to
three, but lost a consolation tu
of -war. two pulls, to one. Proceeds
from the games went to c arity
SK mk4 Dwighr te kr " aoctor M-J
kt fcod Hi m4 k ctMrre biai witfc e sNck tot kii
aaghrer, e pntnt the hoi pmmitti. U-JO
Sngft Demolition Bid High :
To Raze Remains Of La Boca
Finkl plans for th demolition
mnt. M the remaining ouua
ingi in th community of U Bo Boca
ca Boca were completed this week with
the opening of bids for the pur pur-nhiM
nhiM pur-nhiM and removal of the old
Service Center and 21 quarters
A high bid oi 13,wj ior uie
nnrohosn nf the buildings was en
tered by Chain Singh. An offer of
$11,775 was made by B. S. LalU,
the only other1 contractor to make
a bid on tne project.
With the demolition and remov removal
al removal of these buildings the major
part of one of the Canal Zone's
oldest communities will 'd i s a p-
UUlll in : ABXO a
1 Dead As Rebels
Line In Algeria
rnwsTANTTNE.' Alseria. Dee.
vt ttp'i Ratals i sabotaged the
main milwav Une' leading from
nnn. to Constantine in western
Aioerl tndav. causing t train
...s-.. --. -. ..
mrAk in wnip.n one oeiiuu uicu
ttnthpi twrsong were injured when
4Vi fraioht train riooed i off the
trarka between the 2 ciUes. Eight
een of the 30 tars in the tram
went Off the tracks, some of them
telescoping 1 K
vh 'nnn ripad oersoti an Alge
rfan railroad worker-, and fivei
injured were-iound crushed in the
car carrying-the normamihtarj'
The iincfdW "came'ia the midst
of $tppped-up rebel activity in
ConstanUne,..wnicn mciuaea, m
sheluna of the city ot uueima,
near Constanttne itseu, wsv jugui
This morning a grenade was
tossed into theJieart of the Jewish
section of Constantino, injuring 12
Forty-three bels have been
kiUed in the last 24 hours in the
Constanune region.. t-v
vTnrfav French autnorraes;;.' an
nnun-Pfi that io other rebels had
been killed in a fight near Tlem-
cen. near the Moroccan ooraer in
Reds Claim Gaiiher
Limited Atomic War
T.ONDON. Dec. 27 (UP) uLCom
mimUt broadcasters charged today
that America's still secret Gaither
ronnrf nrnnoses a rumitea atomic
hartp protect capitalistic prof.
The propaganda radio m Moscow
nd Rod Peioine broadcast essen-
tiallv similar Red versions of the
high'ly-c'assified report comparing
and Soviet strength. t: ,.
Details of the report f leaked"
recently in the United States indi indicated
cated indicated that the committee that, pre.
pared it found Russia leading
America in some uupui taw. uwu
and moving up fast in a number
of .'others., ; ... -;;
'She Gaither report sets forth
a iwide program for-stepping up
thW arms rsce Moscow
commentator said. 'The authors
o'the report are proponents jf a
limited war which would be fought
with al' types of modern n iclear
weatvns . ;
VTbe report uses cann'Dausue
logic to fan war hysferii ... Amer
ican businessmen wnq iavor an
arms race for nnanciar .reasons
are behind tms report.-
Communist China's radio. broad-
east the same message to Asia.
WIm Mow txptmd htm Ike iomi, OtneM Hivoglit of k
feanly m West Mrthe, Cm., rehMing t kelieve MMjr bed
4M ef rodtaMoa. Tkea ke inhti kite tl. ;
labor Camp. La Boca was laid
out in a rectangular plan on pan
of a large fill, southeast of bosa
Hill. Some the houses were new
construction' but. many were
brought from construction towns
which were then being abandoned.
La Boca, which reached its
oeak population during the second
World war,' was greatly reduced
in size in recent years as tne po
pulation .was moved into newer
and more modern quarters in Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso and other Latin American
Recently a large number of. the
remaining famthes were assigned
to auartcrs in Pedro Miguel or
other communities. Others were
asked to find quarters in Pana
.. , i 1 i.
The structures Included in the
present demolition program are
the Service Center budding on La
Boca Road, and 21 other build
ings located on Martinique Street:
Roosevelt Avenue and JUa Boca
fot Asian Republic
MOSCOW. Dec." 27 (UP One
of, the Communist party's top
leaders was disoatched to the
strategic Soviet Central Asian Re-
puDiicoi; jtsThstan today !ip'
pafenfly on wCmw, shooung
misbion, v ,-t
Ni il, Belyayev,-1 member of
the party's ruling' presidium and
a party secretary as well, will
become tost secretary of the jo-
pal Kazakhistan party. ...
, Belyayev's prior assignment as
a secretary of the U.S.S.R. par
ty central committee enhances the
significance of his dispatch to
Kazakhstan, the largest of the
Soviet Republics outside mother
Russia- herself and ene of the
richest in resources. v :
Apparently his new .mission
involves trouble-shooting. No ex explanation
planation explanation was given In today's
Soviet press announcements for
the removal of the incumbet first
secretary, J. D.Yakovlev, and
second secretary N. I. Zhurin
Afro-Asian Discussions Start
With Heavy Anti-West Spirit
CAIRO. Dec. 1 27 (UP) Dele
gates to the massive Afro-Asian
solidarity, meeting today began
discussions of reports calling for
an end to nuclear tests and dis
armament ; and scoring, the west
for colonialism and imperialism.
The African and-.Asian dele delegates
gates delegates representing 37 nations
heard the report, at opening day
meetings, yesterday. ; n
Today the delegates began com
mittee meetings to discuss the re
ports, and to prepare resolutions
for submission to the "onferenc.
Early sessions were expected to
reveal whether the often anti-West
tenor of the early reports would
be approved or whether some del
egations were going to. make tn
effort to bring s ; the conference
closer to the neutralist Une set at
the 1955 Bandung conference.
But the first day dealt .severe
ly with any thoughts the confer
ence might stick te a neutral
policy.. vv- "' '"a '-(', i V i
To Bulganin s
PMe Proposals :
working to back up agreements at the Paris tonferencr.
today planned lengthy consultation with its Allies betcr?
replying' to Soviet Premier
proposals kzsw !;:'-' Av r;
In a second step to carry out pans decisions. Seer -tary
of $tate John Foster Dulles scheduled a conferer: ?
with 20 Latin American envoys today to, seelc closer t ;
between the Atlantic Pact and other regional defc.
groups. !:V.,,.;1-', '
At the recent Paris North Atlantic Treaty Organize
tion (NATO) ''summit" meeting the 15 member natir ;
agreed to set up closer consulting methods to avoid pc!' 1
differences and,clashes such
These methods. to be followed In
drafting the U.S.' reply to Bulga Bulga-nin,
nin, Bulga-nin, will probably delay the reply
to Moscow until mid-January,
Tho reply, when sent, will
likely, reieef BulganinV proposal
fori an Eaf-Wes heads-of-gev
eminent conference to try lo set
tie world Ills.
The United Stated tynow drafr-
mg 'its reply to RUAhin, wnen
nflv 1 will b sen to prr-
man.f NATO nn : in Tins. lor
study and auffaestior- at Its meet
ings esrly next month.,? --
This country's dralt ana tnose
of other nations that received sim
ilar Bulcanin letters, then will be
returned to the respectu'e govera govera-mente
mente govera-mente for final drafting and trans
mission to the Kremlin,
Dulles, reporting, to the nation
on TV Monday night; said the;
NATO nations, also had made it
clear at Paris that they have no
desire to lord It over the rest of
the free werld. -r ' ..
To that end he said they want to
"explore on the basis of mutuality
the possibility of' liaison' be between
tween between NATO and other regional
- One of these groups, linked In
the Rio defense pact, is the Or
ganization of American States
At yesterday's afternoon confer
ence, leaders refused to permit a
three-man delegation of refugees
from the Turkestan Soviet prov
ince now living in Turkey and the
United States to attend despite
previous statements that all ob
servers were welcome.
. Mrs. Rameshwari Nehru of In
dia said, the recent NATO summit
conference was "fraught with dan-
ger .... .placing guided missiles
all over the world and bringing
the danger, of war to the doorstep
of .every people,
Others amonp the 325 dele delegates
gates delegates from Middle And Far Eatt.
errt nationt denounced Euro European
pean European -colonialUm In Africa and
called for an end to atomic -war
end atomic weapons tests.
The Afro-Asian conference was
the largest gathering of delegates
from African and Asian nations
since the Bandung conference- of
1955. However, unlike the Ban.
dung meeting, it neither was neu
tral nor official.
Many of the delegations were
packed with Communists and anti-Western
' T Russian Communist orty
ergan Pravda gave its full ep ep-preval
preval ep-preval te the meeting.
"There can be no doubt that the
Cairo conference will be a new
stage In developing,, ttrengthenine
and consolidating the forces of
peaee throughout tho world," "it
Mrs. Nehru said the NATO sum summit
mit summit meeting waa frightening to
the Afro-Asian peopte. because it
is clear Indication of the design
of the imnerial powers to interfere
lit Ant affair
. The delerates presented nine r-
Berts for debate Von imperialism,
colonialism, racial discrimination.
banning of nuclear weapons anday he made it hot for t
economic, social and cultural re- tress because "She had V
Iauons among the nations of Afri-jcool to me." Be said te I
(UP) The United Stctr
Nikolai Bujgdmn s peace
as the Suex Canal split.
(OAS) composed of this cou
and the 20 latin American--?
tions.' 1 y, ..
At the NATO conference -1
Atlantic allies agreed to pre-r
further disarmament .talks
Russia either through the e
ed 25-nation United Nations
armament commission or a
eign ministers conforfnee.
The Soviets havtt in e
ana J i j .
Cani.iki As Mnbly mist
giant- Internal inal c.
U.S. 'officials; said the stale.
ed diplomatic' 'maneuvering 1 X
only one logical next move opeu
a reply to the Bulganin letter. ..
PC Relief Cbscltf
All Day Tuesday
Canal organization disability
lief checks for $he month of )
cember will he ,issued Tues'
Dec. 31, tt has been annour 1
by the Treasurers office.
Pacific side checks will pe t
lievered between 8:00 a.m;.f a 1
4:15 p.m. at theold Ancon t
pensary building on pay 7
After pay day these check '1
be available at the Treasure! a
office at Diablo Heighta durinz
these hours on" payday will be a
vailable later at the Cristobal l a.
bor Offico during regularj;Ic
RP Secreta Hujtr i
From Costa Rica ;
Panama Secret Police -are n
the alert today for a "dangerous
Costa Rican gunman who oscaped
recently from a San Joso jmsoti
where he had been serving, a 23 23-year
year 23-year sentence- fpr armed robbery.
The gunman- is identified as Ea
rique Jimenes Canossa, 27. He es
caped from prison on iec.,a.
Back in 1954. when Jimener Ca
nossa had escaped from :. jau w
Costa Rica, he was captured hera
in Panama city, after arriving i t
Panama under the name ox ic i
RP Man Pays $35
Fine For Failing "L',
To Report Mishap
For failint: to report an accidert
in which his ear crashed i'o a
parked vehicle in. Gamboa, a ?
tal.of $35 in fines was imposed i
day on a Panamanian driver i
the Balboa Magistrate's Court
Defendant Albert A. Carty. r.
waa fined $25 for reckless c
ing on McFarlana' Parkwiy .1
He was fined the additional f
for failing to report tho aeeicir
, TOTTORI. Japan, Dec. Tl ('
lrT tnsuranc company r
! Chikwo Iwamoto told
' his employer that he committed
ca and Asia. s her home.
suicide by hanging.
' ' FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1951
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Tba Mail (it'll aa apaa forem for Marfan at The Panama AiMncaa.
tatters ara receive flraMally aad handled la wholly coaflaWiat
If M-riiita a tartar don't ba Imaatlanr rf a) doaiftY appear Hie
ant day. Lattan art pubtlihad la tha erdar received. ;
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THE MAIL BOA
PANAMA'S CHRISTMAS MAIL SERVICE
v.itij u.rrv r-hriHtrmnR tn the officers in charge of the
Panama postal system for the belated and not-so-merry Christ Christinas
inas Christinas ray family is still waiting for. Christmas Day the kids
were without several Christmas presents I know to be some somewhere
where somewhere irTthe malt for them. I have received about One third
. of the Christmas cards I would normally expect. The rest, I
Kuess -are lying round on the floor somewhere till the sorters
.rthiir Christmas haneover. The cards will give a novel
touch to my carnival celebrations. I wouldn't be surprised.
t fi i .hnulrf take hack the crack at the sorters.
am told there are not enough of them, and they are paid wages
so low it should mean jau ior any emywyci wuu
m,. .u i. nf tha nffir(LiR in rharee. and the delays, un
' .'ii.knf. oV, tnontitiiHa Hisniaved hv the Panama postal serv-
'ice over the Christmas rush is a vivid enough comment on the
rf Capabilities of these administrators who harbor nouons oi op
if It takes no matchless brUliance to hire postal sorters at
A -- .-,nh .n ottroft. reliable Dersonnel. than to go
$ -on and train these sorters. If the postal service is short of
H -money.tlet the. government divert some of the utterly ..useless
'I funds consumed oy Panamanian ambassadors. in charge of free free-I
I free-I 1 iwir. in aiinh ainhfliiv sensiUve Dosts as Paraguay, Honduras
1 "' .-. -. U-f ,otnr.l I. t.hB
' or wherever, wnai in me numc ui ua .-i"-i"- v.
' use of trying to put on the phony airs ana graces oi a w oru
power when you can't even son aua aeuvcr n ...
-iNof can the postal officials resort to any alibis that they
.nicH v.v t.hn PhristmaR rush. They've had 6ince the
Kamon-iiisenhower treaty was signed in January, 195a. to try
and absorb the Mea that they would, have to handle the extn
mall which formerly when through the efficient Canal Zone
TSeyveShad 1957 years to try to clutch the realization that
Christmas comes round, every year, and at about the same time
too. Not too baffling, one would think.
1 a J8ut In the test, the. administrators of Panama's postal
virnii im n.t hurt tha K.mnle abilitv to orsahize a sys-
tern, to cope with the Christmas rush. If they hired extra
. sorters; they did not hire enough of them, or work them Jong
1 enough hours. No sorter turns down overtime pay at Christ
f' Tttftw tinK '''. vr v-'ff- I."''
" v Let the officials not answer me with any protestations that
I 1I Christmas cards and gifts will be delivered by New years,
or Carnival, or Easter or whenever. Reliability alone is not
enough. I want speed along with it.
Until Panama, proves by deeds that itj can deliver me a
i letter Irom the States by nine o'clock the same morning as it
i arrives at Tocumen as the Canal zone system does without
I even breathing hard I will view with a Jaundiced eye any
I claims for greater Panamanian participatloi lu.so precise an
"operation as the Panama canal. If It's canals wis re talking of,
i I wouldn't even trust them to count the dead cats in the
j Gowanus, on the basis of this Christmas jraail performance.
J3o I cannot oe accused oi pureiy ue-aracwve ch.iui,
.fates are the same as those applying in the Zone, these seems
' no reason, -why Panama's sorters should not be paid at the
same rate as the Zone's postal sorters. If the Zone's postal re revenue
venue revenue can bear such wages, why can't Panama's
, R(eally) F(ouled-up) D(elivery) .k
CZ'S BUS DRIVING JOB
An Driver's Friend (Mall Box. Dec. 18) started the ball roll
ing, I will put in- my two cents worth on the working condi conditions
tions conditions of bfls drivers on Tthe Canal zone.
While I have-noticed how courteous most of the drivers
Arts, I did not have, the slightest idea. they were so badly-; under underpaid.
paid. underpaid. Knowing there was Panama Canal supervision of, the op operation,
eration, operation, I had thought they would get an increase yearly, some something
thing something like the Canal's in-grade raises.
- But the Panama canal supervision seemingly takes other
j .forms. I am told that if a driver does not maKe his route, ne
i la ivpn riavs off bv C orPder. Drivers also are laid off for, a
Any IX checkers make mistakes with his slips..
s have these questions to ask about the operation' of the
private, bus service which functions under Panama Canal ap approval:
proval: approval: -. e i.
n 1. Why are the drivers worked more than eight hours a
day, without overtime?
2. Does the PC supervision exist primarily for the protec protec-5,tl8Q
5,tl8Q protec-5,tl8Q of the bus company, or for Its employes?
' m 3. Does the $l-an-hour minimum wage apply to these driv driven?
v 4. Why, When the bus breaks down through no fault of
11 theirs, are drivers paid only for the runs they have made up
tU the breakdown?
' m 5 Why, If they are working under PC supervision, are they
, njj paid time and a hair alter o nours?
By VICTOR RIESEL
Back in 1910,' our armed forces
bougnt tbeir iirst airplane under a
guarantee that it wouia go 42 miles
an hour. Some of the boys who
signed the original contract must
still be around. And geared to that
we aon t know just who in the
Air Force 'is responsible but just
a few hours before the magicians
at the Cape Canaveral missile
testing center set o4 the Atlas 1C-
BM- they almost provoked a
strike by. trying to save a few
theusanos of dollars j in long dis distance
tance distance phone calif and consider
able excitement and high blood
pressure, not to mention unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary diversion from some mighty
It au began when Sea. Lyndon
Johnson's Armed Services Commit Committee
tee Committee received an agitated 1 e t t-e r
from a somewhat over animated
labor leader, Walter T. Coleman,
chairman ot the Air Transport
Committee of the Brotherhood of
Kailway Clerks. The letter stirred
Visions of American workers in
The guided missive to Johnson
stated that American workers nev never
er never will be "slaves." It demanded
that the committee, now bring bringing
ing bringing some sunlight into the missile
jungle, interrupt that probing to
investigate the "crisis'7 at Cane
Tha labor laadars said tha si situation
tuation situation might load to a stoppage
a. ma Tearing am. inara was a
great to-do. Everybody invasti invasti-gatad,
gatad, invasti-gatad, including this roportar.
Tha "crisis" turned out to ba a
dispute ovar who would pay for
uniforms worn by soma 500 mam
bars of Mr. Coleman's union, til
of them darks.'
These clerks work for the Pan
American World Airways. In c
Guided Missile Ranee Division
which operates the Caoe canave
ral site. Pan American and the u u-nion
nion u-nion have just signed a contract
which has over 100 clauses. One
of these says that Fan-Am would
pay for all uniforms worn.
ibis contract had to be .aDnrov.
ed by the Air Force which hires
Fan American to run the testing
site. The Air Force has the rieht
to veto the contract because the
Air Force reallv navs the hiiu
through Pan American.
When the bneht blue vnnri.
boys saw the Clause euaranteeinir
that the workers would be reim reimbursed
bursed reimbursed for the uniforms, the Ah
rorce swooped down on the rnn.
tract and machine dinned the
clause right out of lower space.
Theunion screamed. It demanded
an investigation. Aonarentlv v.
rybody overlooked one jminop, de detail.
tail. detail. -.5,. r.
The 500 clerks ;tust
uniforms.. They are civilians. They
love their white collars and frocks,
depending on the sex of the "slave
laborer." The reference to the 0 0-niforms
niforms 0-niforms was, thrown in because
there are a frew cnanfa mnit
The whole matter would nnt hav
come to the cost of a spool of red
tape. Yet, a strike was threatened.
in a rew aays Moscow Radio will
report it as a "workers' revolt'? -gainst
But that's the least. The case of
the missing uniform u inin.
tive of the confusion which has
been wrought by dedicated dollar
Walter Winchell In New Yorlt
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Driver's Friend II
' ; j WHY DO THE OLD TIMERS JAM IN LINE?
' t'.IVt a good thing for the Canal's old timers that the Treas Treasurer's,
urer's, Treasurer's, office has the authority to deliver disability checks on
the last day of the month Tuesday instead of waiting
until ; Jan. 1, when the 1st falls on a holiday. That way the
, pensioners have .something for New Years."
"But why la It that month after month every pensioner In
-Panama Citv trvs to beat the other to the draw on the checks?
' The oensloners don't have much to keen them busy. And
try pension time each month they probably have little left from
tha month before. But It must be hard on some of these old
sters to stand In line for hours, sometimes in the sun. or .in
the rain, trying to get the check in the first hour or two after
-,tha window opens. Why do they do it? It Isn't necessary.
" The Canal has plenty of clerks on hand to handle reason reasonable
able reasonable demand for the day's distribution, it's put in the. papers
. that the old Ancon dispensary will be open from 8 am. until
- But hv the time the window eoes un at 8 a.m. there are
already hundreds waiting. To be accommodating, the clerks
rushM fast as they can. For two hours, sometimes more, the
place is a jam-packed push that requires a policeman to keep
'orerj Then for the rest of the day the clerks give out only
an ncraiionaJ check.
i Why dont the old timers save their strength and tempers
by coming at flinerent nours. me cnecss won t disappear?
v I . What Say?
ARE WE FIGHTING MALARIA OR WHAT?
.What's all this I see in the Spanish-laneuaee DaDers about
-campaign in the capital city to scrape off the plants that
have found foothold on some oi the historic buildings?
This to discourage mosguitoes? I don't get It.
' Plants dont breed mosquitoes. Mosquitoes multiply where
there's stagnant water. It can be stagnant water in cans or
rases; but It's "much more likely to be stagnant water In
- More mosquitoes can breed in three days In that swamp
along toe extension of Frangipani Street by Olympic stadi stadium
um stadium than In a million little holes in cornices dug by the lit little
tle little roots of a flowering plant.
' Tourists like the looks of these balcony plants, and the lit lit--
- lit-- tie orchid-Uke things growing out of nooks and crannies in the
' cM buildings. .They add. what Panama should conserve at at-V
V at-V ir." .There.
'v vhy not let the planti alone and Ret busy on .oiling and
dratnlng the big swamp areas near the Capital City?
f And right away, what? '-vr .- -.- '-
i In the last four days there's been an influx of mosquitoes
1-r rUa -
Remember last year when the malaria rate jumped? Wen
, ri malaria mo-quito will breed on a balcony, as every health
' r sn knows. ' ' .-.;
,-,- ,: 1 Looklt Mi
It was this kind of swooping
down on spanding which also
moved tha Pentagon boys to cut
down vital contracts. Thousands
of telegrams ware dispatched
in tha pfst year or two ta big
companias, slashing not only all
ovartlma but all production in
aircraft plants from three ar ar-cant
cant ar-cant up to 20 percent.
Many of these nlnnt nmrt. n
the skin or cone, or the 300,000
parts which go into each Inter Intercontinental
continental Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. Re Result
sult Result was that the work week dwind-
m y m "me "ctories,
biiibu xeeaer snops were
forced either to curtail production
" 2? vv or 0UI or business.
Typical is the New York area.
The overtime cut-hart ,. ...
fected 18,000 of the 24,000 skilled
workers who are members of the
-memauonai Assn. of Machinists
Some 54.000 memhAra nf V,im n.
nion throughout the country in the
missile and allied .finM um
afi completely, as this column his
been DOlntin? out tnr a tan m,i.
. , ,.7 - J l auu)
i in addition to those who lost
jods in we airplane field itself.
put whose skills are needed for
missile work. A'l this Is what baa
angerea isen. Johnson. ....
After the Red Star, called Sput Sput-hik,
hik, Sput-hik, hit the air, a full report on
this chaos was handed President
r-isennower. some wpp.x man h
told Sen. Styles Bridrea that tha
missile field could be unsnarled bv
new orders for full work weeks
nd rstoration ot overtime work.
That is. if the Pent a eon dmnmt
... 1 n 1 .,
8-1 ui me rreaiaem s way.
Victor Mature is playing "The
Beard" (the disguise) for Linda
Christian whom he dates night
ly). But the third party at ha
trio is The One. Membah 0;
Parliament. .Lana Turner and
Sir Richard Hamblin are the
big tch-tchat of London. .Tom
my Dorsey's widder (janie ew)
is happy again. A wealthy build
er. .Esther Williams tens
chums that she's sad over the
sDlituation witr her mate but
that she "knew two yars ago it
had to happen". .Sidney Chap
lin has a case. with law student
Carol Seamon. .Brazilian Jose
Valdez is making florists rich
with his daily flahz for Tina
Louise of the "Li'l Abner" musi
cal,'.:. .The t' Alan Murreys Dovi-
ma. the model) will be three.
HeVwlth -tl. S. Immigration. .
Things must be tuff over at the
Mike Todds. Lis wore the same
tiara two nights in a row. v .Did-
den even send It to the laundry.
.'Hottest Scandal; In Town: Dorif
(richest girl in'thi world) Duke's
latest bash at her Sommerfield,
N. J. estate) didn't get started
until 5 a.m. because an oaf for forgot
got forgot the rums .-. A TV bandlead bandleader
er bandleader Is begging-for a cell. Sends
out ,-cails for al .yocalists (to au audition
dition audition at his flat) and greets them
at the door nood ... A Port Au
thority biggie will he found un un-concious
concious un-concious from a mlcky. Had the
maitre d' at a swank spot fired,
because the father of three
wouldn't take ris drunk abuse.
Playwright Wm. Inge's more ro
mantic off stage prose is writ written
ten written to actress Barbara. Baxley
these cozy Adam-and Evenings.
Maureen O'Hara, whose esbort is
her big bnidda (Charles), can
star at the Cocoanut Grove (Ho (Hotel
tel (Hotel Ambassador, L. A.) ... She
larks better than some Met Oper Oper-a
a Oper-a names. ."Peyto Place," which
got 4 stars from one critic, is
herewith decorated with 5 or orchids.
chids. orchids. .It' almost ewy buddy's
life story. Better than the book
which we skint thru. . News-
week's Harry H 0 m e w 0 0 d and
Time's Virginia Butts sre raising
each other's circ. .CBS hired a
psychiatrist, but none of the staff
nas uie courage xo vish mm.
They fear their secrets' will wind
up on desks of the top brass. .
Tragedy struck Lanvib Pariums
number one scent man (M. Meti Meti-got).
got). Meti-got). He has a code-id-da node
and can't smell a thing.
Don't invito (To the same pah pah-tea)
tea) pah-tea) Libarace and Brudda Gaorga,
who ara making mora like Cain
and Abel. .Hanny Youngman,
the comic, who can't along
with any comedian who gets;
booked. Hates them all. .Sam .Sammy
my .Sammy Kayo and Lawrence Walk.
Gaylord Hauser, the health food;
faddist friend of .fiirbo and
Carlton Fredericks., . Recording j
stars Lavarna Baker and Georgia
Gibbs. -Oaoohl.- i .Don't invite
Two-Ton Calento and Gypsy Rosa
Laa. She can't stand him sincf
their cut-daads In Florida on the
Schulberg film ... Don't invite
Marie MacDonald and Jane Mor
san. (Grrrrrl). ; .Tallulah Bank
biad and the editor off a TV
mag or Talu and Jack Benny.
Hazel Scott, who always says
there i no rift with groom Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Cleyton Powell) which
the solon says, too), explained to
Paris reporters: I always hoia
hands in public with people 1
like." (Dotz nize. Don't bite)
Rich isBetta Dept. Greer Gar-
son bought the suite she's using;
at the Hamshire Hoseon Central
Park South. .One of the Burg's
big rocknroll deejays is facing
charges hy AGVA. It alleges a
auartet oaid $100 to headline one
of his stage shows. .Isabel Mar
tin Cerutti's hatchick) is a for
mer Ziegfeld Follies cutie. Still
has the legs to prove it. ',' .A wine
firm has a nude calendar star starring
ring starring a brunette with M. Monroe's
talents on it.
When Dasl and Vicille Arnaz
purchased both RKO Studios (in
H'wood for over six million the
other day) the untrumors swiftly
swept the own: That CBS and
wealthy Tex. Clint Murchison put
up the loot. .'.This can be denied
Answer to Previous Puiilo
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T fleshy root Biblical land
vegetable 10 Wading bird
II Interstice U Dee track
14 Make possible Olympian
15 Jargon .fodd"f1 t
tend. 18 Legal point
17 Measurea of Click-beetle
20 Depot (ab.)
25 Old-womanlxh 23 Against
IS Stutter MPauern
aIoIpI IpIe N a "a i
OP9NET C ,.
l, A ff a O cl
1 ItIjI IoipIi m I-IeIn
with authority. .The only pro
prietors of Motion Picture Center.
Desilu Productions and both RKO
Studios are Desi and Lucille Ar
naz. .They bought out CBS a long
time ago ano rejected Murchi
son's recent offer of $11,000,000
Decause, explained Desi: "It would
mean I'm no longer boss!"
Remindsr to all aliens in the
United States: If you fail to re report
port report your address ta Immigration
In January you may be fined,
iaitiid and deported. -. ,Peter
Ma at. tha Esauira writer, and
Nona Van Tosh ware at the posh
Vire Renaissance acting poihl poihl-nata.
nata. poihl-nata. .June Pan Alley's Romee
crowd are working a new angle.
Instead of .buying gels minks
asm "cut thorn in" en their
ionflr Ackcholly list them as co
authors, but usually on B tunas.
Meaning they sea their names in
print but .no dough. . The Tom
Duggans, a good-looking pair, re re-eoncihd
eoncihd re-eoncihd In time for the "Peyton
Plaen" poddv at. Romanoffs
whare Hollywood Parsons told
funnwr gags than Greucho. Joe
Frisco, tha star comio la down
to 10O lbs. Told chums: "I have
a great exit line I'm saving until
I know I'm dafihitaly going". .
ah Frisco's famed quids ara in
the flies of thoVaudavilki Nawa
where we colyum'd in 1920.
to a soda
, 27 The ama
37 Musical note
42 More refined
43 Sacred bull v
44 Interpret v, ,1
47 Operatic solo
43 Male offspring
4 Let it stand
II Weight of
52 Summer (Fr.)
84 Drink made
41 Faals regret
M Form a aotton
1 WMaal .- -DOWN
. 1 K arrow flQst
, S Snaaiaa rtrar
3 Rots fiax
e Fiautb capital
T Ba dlapWaaad
k i i'i'' 1 1 r 1 i' I i" i
3T t : ir -;
til, trtf ir- ;
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M 11 1 I 1 H I 1 I In
Tha entire television businesai i
breathless waiting to see the out'
come of the first lawsuit against
a TV rating, service. The Hornell
uroadcastisg Corp. (Hornell, N.
Y.) is suing Nielsen for $50,000
Decause its station there was told
it had half the business of a ri
val station, y Several television
stars contemplate similar lawsuits
ia me event mat ney are drop
ped because of rating trouble.,.
Geraldine Wellieeton. sineer-dane.
er in "Jamaica," can never be
cnargeo with resisting an officer.
She fell for Det Tom Dawson,
who gets permanent custody Jan,
19. ..ABC-TVs Oliver Treys' an
pearance on Mike Wallace's pro
gram aaturoay mgnt was the
dramatic highlight of the vear to
aaie. une ot r. wauace's guests
me weeK Deiore had. said Sen.
Jack Kennedy's book, "Profiles in
Courage," was the, only book
written by a ghost-writer to win
a Pulitzer Prize. Tre network
exec, with great dienitv. a ooli nix
ed to the .Pulitzer Prize Commit
tee, the author, the publisher 'and
The McGuire Sisters now have
623 fan clubs 154 more than they
had last year. (End of pluglicity)
. "Pat' Sinnott, .a darl, is stu studying
dying studying with Lee Stasberg. She was
set for "Captain's' Paradise," but
had to quit after breaking s
hand. (Now, isn't c that a silly
theeeng to doooo ). . .vlf you
have any scrips thit will fit a
new program titled : "Weekend
Warriors" (about the' Naval Re Reserve)
serve) Reserve) send them to Reserve Pro Productions,
ductions, Productions, Inc., 650 North Bronsen
Ave., H'wood. .The R u n 1 0 n
Cancer Fund acknowledges rec receipt
eipt receipt of bequests from the estates
of the late Katie Shaoiro of N.Y.
and Mabel L. Black more .of
Cleveland.. They must bsve heard
us say (or read here): "Never a
penny deducted for expenses of
any kind from the donor's d o 1 1-lar!",
lar!", 1-lar!", .Writer Charles Peck and
Mara McAfee, th pretty model,
wed New Year's Eve in Las Ve
gas. .Win Gail Whi ev please
cau at the uttle Ciut for a e r
mink gloves. .Dont miss Peirl
Buck's "A Certain Star" to the
American Weekly. For the first
ome inns 61-year' history ne
magazine is devoting n entire
isue to one story. .Thanks to
Mr. an M-s. tTnited Stat": Wal-
da is borne from the hospital.
RABAT. Morocco.Kln Mo-
bammed V or Morocco graniea
me tne first auaience ne pas
given any American since, his
extended tour through-' the
United States, attd durlng"the
course of the audience he ask asked
ed asked that hlsf special seasonal
greetings b extended through
this column ; to the American
The King 'a plane had touchi
ed down in, Morocco on Its re return
turn return from-America lust a few
hours ahead of mine, and
while I had taken the Harlem
Globetrotters and a pa lotio
trroju oi New York enrtainera
on a tour of UB. Alr Force nd
naval 1 bases the klni .ad been
eTMrrosr) in the multitude of
problems : that had Jiccumulat Jiccumulat-fi
fi Jiccumulat-fi riiirina- his .three-week : aj
sence, among them the smoul smouldering
dering smouldering war between Jila coun
try and epain. 4
However, he received me on
his prayer, day Just before, rut rutin?,
in?, rutin?, in his coach of state be
hind four, black horses. w a
nearby Mosoue for hi official
weekly prayers. ..f -y&
I have interviewed two kings
and one crueen the King ot
Greece, the King of joroan,
and the Queen 01 tne Tonga
islands irt, the South Pacific
but this isf the first time I had
the distinction of being receiv received
ed received by a king on his throne.
Klnc Mohammed sat with
dlgiUty but ho personal aloof aloofness
ness aloofness on a low golden, throne ?n
the small throne room just off
the rtvil courtyard.
its walls were 1 a mosaic 01
emerald-colored t'le, one of the
most beautiful rooms I nave
His Majesty's pure white
finwins robes contrasted witn
the green of the room and the
ordii nr the tnrone 1
The red Moroccan fez on his
head was alrpopt hidden y
pure wiuic mi iwi. -1 j
tt wan a vastlv different et
ting from that lh the Sheraton
Park Hotel in wasnmBiou
where the King had pauenuy
stood In line to greet me ana
2non other quests after, his
brief visit with the ailing pres
The King had been a bit any
and formal m mat strange
Western setting. Now, back in
his own capital and In his own
unlace, he was' completely at
Remembering this contrast
reminded His Majesty.. that
vinv. vmH t.ria tiTeasure of meet
int him in November and that
Washingtonians were Interest? Interest?-ed
ed Interest?-ed in the: f acfe that lie 1 atuck
Hv Vila convictions In cocktail
rf . . 4 .1 x
lovine wasnmeton ana aio no-
serve anvthinir but soft drinks.
"It a principle of my faith
that we do not use intoxicat
ing liquor, observed the mon
arch, who can trace nw an
peist.rv rlirectlv back to the DfO'
phet Mohammed. "I hope-that
I did not inconvenience any of
my guests bY, I could do nom-
inp ewe." ..
"Oh the contrary.; they xe
snected' vou for standing by
your convictions,' J told ; him.
and then thanked him for see
ing me at a time when he was
so engrossed in cabinet meet
ings and otner accumulated
affairs of state.
, "You are t9 first I. am jable
to repays for the great and
many kindnesses tendered me
on- my trip to tne uniteu
States," he said. "I am very
happy to see you."
"What was the chief impres impression
sion impression you brought back from the
United States?" I asked:
I was impressed with the
friendliness of the, American
people. They were most cor
dial and .gracious to me, my
daughters and all ; of my en
tourage. I was ajso impressed
with the diligence ortheAmer-
lean people, both your officially
and the workers."
LIKED DISNEYLAND I
' Outside In the palace court courtyard
yard courtyard I could hear the .honor,
guard assemblylng, ready ,v to v
escort .the king to his prayers, ,.
so I did not nress him for da-
.tails regarding the places he '
naa visited ana tho people m ;
had .met. r ( ,',''
His "aide had prevlouslv told -me,
however, that aside from s
hM OffHa : ontet h rrob- v
ably most enjoyed Visiting Dls-
npyland.':. v''.' iyt V
'Ho hats? bone back I a second'
time to takfl b1 brother -to-set -r
the wrnders, of that .fairyland.
His nlde had aiso infrrJmed'
me th ,h .King was amu. ed a-
j'hrt 1 IMavm. r .'-i t r-t v ..f i'
Pher of gn Fanclsc'o upolo upolo-"ized
"ized upolo-"ized for tbe fo around fian
Franclfo jmy I alrl in'. Wat
nniiMual thpt the, k'nj? wm fa-
1118" with the rlvalrv between
San Francisco and Los An Angeles.
Jn the past." the Klnr told
me. "mv ncetrs had -xcel-lent
relations with thn United
"Unfortunntely, th.y were
flminten for a. time -by
tain omhlfrms. ibut now T m
htnny ttpk -m: ar Mo 'to 'to-rethe''
rethe'' 'to-rethe'' awflini T hon h jsioriT ;
trr"r'rtn viH Morocco
onrf Jorn to Jrrtnw. Ifc ;onrj I
onc ); -won mill he h' to
rflmolr hre fr on"" M. :
br' much longer will you
tJyw. ..." '. -y:
ThJ rut m AlrPrtiv n the
vrf- Th rtn ha tViy
p Mmo rn tni- ''
'lte'' ti Vftrttrp- T
wa n(yi(itnt ahout one "week
in Morocco. :
I ..explained, however, the T
wft taWnw tb Kitiem O'obei
trotters, a.id.'"" entertainers
on a tor ; o Ametlfpf haies
durln the .: christ'v sexon
tnrf 1;hat nnr (phruli t h
been carefullv worl'erf out in
ad"nc in Washington.
"I wish yon would extend
throuih your rwWRnap r s mv
nhristmas ereHns to -tb
ame'-inan people," concluded"
I should like, to extend my
ret'ngs to all neon1 nd es
pecially to the Amerlc. n vpw
Pie: wn. have, been so kin to
me. Will vou t.iease' glV? fhem I
Mohammed V stepped otlt
into the courtyard and the 1
companvv of Negro troop3 in,
pure white with red. fezes, ridp
Inar coal black horses, came to
A .roll from giant African
drums in the courtyard an-.
nouriced that the King wag
about to evter the eold-trtm-
medj crimson carriage outside.
As the procession moved to toward
ward toward the mosque, thousand of
veiled women gave a shrill
Moslem chant, of approval as
the direct descendent of Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed moved majestically to
pray, ,. s
Unlike colonel Nasser, who
has no roots In the ancient
Moslem faith, Kintf Mohammed
V respects and recognizes other
re"dous faiths, ,y :y.
He has 180,000 Jewish sub-.
estR"-and considers' Christ one
of the prophets.
This 1s the monarch who
may be the hope of the West Western
ern Western world In- creatine better"
relations with the .' Moslems-
world and peace in the Near
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FRIDAY DECEMBER. ?7. ;1951, ,-.-
Jet Pi!otj;Suryivor ; Leaves AF
For; Qiiiet ; Life 'With Family
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UP) (UP)-T.t
T.t (UP)-T.t 1 David A. Steves, handsome
jet pUot who claimed ha survived
rlava in. the BtlOWrCOVered
California mountains after Pfane
crash, has lelt we Air xortq
his own request in an attempt w
preserve his marriage., -The
Air JTorce SaidjtodaJ'vthe p p-.....
..... p-..... :utd -nut. on US Wr
acUve status Ust Nov. 30, placing
him: in the Air Force reserve, ihe
Aun Force refused to. lose,.,1.1f
reason r asking for, release
from nctivef duty. r -A
Hnuuer,.Rtefivea was. quoted in
' Conslilut ion" Change
The French 'cabinet f Premier
Felix ,(iaiuara toaay ; mwyicu
four-point -constitutional reform
. program aimed at giving France s
'Short-lived governments more sta-
The government plan was draft draft-d
d draft-d by legal ; experts in response
to a pub ic outcry against the po-,
litlcal crises that ; have cut the
life of post-war cabfnets to an av average
erage average of rBix- mohths.Kii rw';
The cabinet eted ae jPresir
dent1 Eette COty warned iawmak iawmak-erS
erS iawmak-erS and 'government officials pat
the workings-lof the ( ll-yearld.
Fourth tRepublif 1 must be. shored
up."as ; ; matter; of extreme nur-
But many pollticajl observers ex ex-.
. ex-. pressed skepticism that the rer
form system V would produce
stronger' andore, durable, gov-
ernmeBts..jfVs; .-.iiV V & vK
. Th"e '.. .four-point .program, ,ap-j
proved jk Ju:four-houi; .'tynet, ses session,.
sion,. session,. caHifofourchangesin the
1946 Constitution. haV'iet the
Give : the Premier the formal
right1 to" dissblve'Parriameilfj'ahd
calUiew editions: cfi?aprdv
cedure ig' how virtually ideniea a
chief ol 'government and Its i ex exercise'"
ercise'" exercise'" amounts- to near political
Makt It more diiflcult to upset
a government itoyfr permitting v a
cabinet to resign only if it is de defeated
feated defeated on a formal censure mo motion
tion motion by an -absolute majority of
the .National Assembly 596 .mem-.
Provide :'fiha't the I PresWent of
the .Republic, la time of political
1 crisis; 5 could dacree the dissolu-
tion of the .chamber, after consult-1
. I.n ..rifU rm.rii.H Bon.ihJ
Uc senate J; '9W1vi -"
Deny deputies the right" to in initiate
itiate initiate legislation -involving public
v spenoing. & i:4'f..-Ts-v?r
a' maeazine varticle; appearing to.
day as saying he and his pretty
wife. Kitar : 21. were "determined
to start fresh, to put our marriage
on a firmer basis," .The couple
has a 2-year-old -.daughter. Leisa
"We both feel that having a real
home after 'living in garage apart
ments and trailer camps is -es
sential'. the article in. Redboek
magazine quoted him. -"that's
why -1 have.- aoobed. for release
irora active duty witn ; uie Air
, The artice' by Williamt Peters
said SteeVes honed to set. a Job
!t.i 1..,! )
bo piivi iiur an airline.
WlFr WANTED DIVORCE
The maeazine artlc'e disclosed
that Steeves- had a serious rela!
tionshio with a San Francisco wo
man for almost a year before his
disappearance and repeatedly had
broken promises to his wife to
end the" a fair.1 Steeves wife filed
for a divorce shortly after he re
turned : irom his survival ordeal.
but the couple later were reunit
Steeves disappeared May 9
when his plane v-exploded over
California. The Air Force official
ly listed him as dead.
.1 Then on Julv 1 a bearded air
man stumbled into .headquarters
or hequoia-Kings .Canyon,,National
ranc near Fresno, Calif., and an
Bounced.;, he' was Steeves whos
nome is in Trumbui',. Conn. He
said he had parachuted tnnxfetv
in an isolated 'part of the High
He' Said he crawled throiiPh th
wilderness because of injured
ankles and lived for awhile in
a raneer cabin. H a!H ha t
fish, repjUes and deer. :i :S-: f
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Express Wrecked ;
REUS; Spualn; Dec. 2A(UP)-
ioe xjrpeiona r' Mauriu express
Jumped the' rails here today, c
.First reports "said f that thV.ee
persons were killed "and af least
18 Injured.'-: :
i, Two cars', "a first class" compart compartment
ment compartment arid a "sleeper,vplunged down
a 25-foot embankment. 5;
. Other cars, including one of the
train's two electric v "locohmtivesV
ploughed to b a ? stop lorig the
trck. 'i. "V iiUM
The accidenf becuiied about four
miles east of here Shortly after 10
The injured ''Were rushed to' tiie
hospital, r Aac
, STEfVE5sA HERO
. '.' ..;'; t'"
put Air Yoi-ce iaUed him a hero.
The Saturday Evening Post plan planned
ned planned to publish his "true life ad.
yenture.' His lovely blonde" wife
kissed him and said it was the
happiest day" of her lile.
fThe happy-couple, parents of
an infant dauehter. DlannArl
ond honeymoon. ,
A few weeks later Steeves was
in trouble. ?
The Saturday E venine Post a J.
nounced it was ( .ancellinc. at
story contract aith Steeves 'U.
cause of "a number of discrbo-
ancies". in his story.
: f-The, Air Force said it .diun't
have, "any reason to believe he's
hphohyVBut it .said it was; con conducting
ducting conducting a routine investigation, to
-His wile t beean 5 dlseusnln
possible divorce with her la
i uiiuscjiun, vonn. v
Steeves stuck by his story.
"I told the storv a
it or" disbelieve it as they chooset."
,iia. oieeves naiiea ner divnrrs
action fand the coudIr
o8in. 01 unui toaay.
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GIRt SCOUTS VISIT. GORGAS HOSPITAL Brownies from Troop ,70V Fort Clayton, visited Gorgas Hospital before Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with -gifts'for the children: -patients. Shown from left to right, front row, are: Carol McClung, Joan Reed, Donna.
Chattertony Diana Whaler,? Donna Egettal Kathy CoUlns, Susan Wood, Rose Mary Fries,. Mary Jane Dooley. Back row, Mrs'
Helen King, R; N.,' -afterooofi supervisor lor Gorgas Hospital; i Mrs. Ben Dooley, assistant' Brownie leader; Col. Norman H.
-Wiley; dlrec."t.uiQorM Hpspi.tal and Mrs.: Boy M. Strom, Broeleader. Mrs. Strom. is holding her young daughter,
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' r V V- FRIDAY, DECEMBFR 17,' 1'5T
Social and Otkervuhe &034r
IIY Gunman Has
Rir.'r.EN. MILTON J. OGDEN AND MRS. OGDEN
ILL HOLD OPEN HOUSE AT AMADOR QUARTERS
Brig. Gen. Milton J. Ogden, Deputy Commander of
USARCARIB and Mrs. Ogden will hold OPenIlouse at their
Amador quarters this evening between 6 p.m. and 8 pan.
About 70 guests are expected to attend.
: his 'Evoning ....
Governor and Mrs. William E.
otter and their daughters Miss
anne I Potter and Miss Susan Pot
V will entertain with a patio par par-it
it par-it UlU evening at the Governor's
t Cristo Rty This Evening
A wedding of great interest to
oth Panama and the Canal Zono
-ill take place this evening, when
Miss' Tanya Irene Zubieta, daugh daugh-r
r daugh-r of Dr. and Mrs. Ernesto Zu Zu-leta
leta Zu-leta will become the bride of Mr.
lobert King Greene, son of Mr.
od Mrs. Leon Greene.
The ceremony, will take place
t the Cristo Rey Church at Bella
fista at 6 p-m. A reception will
Ollow at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Irnesto Zubieta at La Cresta.
Br. 'Csrald A. Doyla LaayiJi
Jomorrow Aftar Waek's Visit
'. :MT. Gerald A. Doyle will leave
or his home in Lakewood, Ohio
omorrow after spending the past
reek with his son and daughter
a-law Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A.
oyle Jr. at their Balboa home.
fern For Holidays
Mr. John N. Albright is visiting
' wer the holidays with hs father,
Hr. A. A. Albright of Gatun. He is
I junior at Oklahoma State Uni Uni-ind.is
ind.is Uni-ind.is the head announcer at Ra Ratio
tio Ratio Station KVRO in Stillwater.
Wr.? Albright will return to Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma on Jan. 6.
Dr. 'and Mrs. da Alba
Enttrtain For Visitors
Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo de Alba
rave a dinner party at tneir nome
r :u in Vinnnr nf Mr..-, and
r ngnhVtrwh are paying
Mrs. Robert Sol, who are paying
l briI visit to Panama
J A FLAME WITH LOVE, -DRAMA
t-"THE PRIDE AND
'jgnuary 1st Bella jjista
extends a Welcome
to cool, mountainous
Opening Jan. 1st. Reservations by telegram.
pnone or iravei aReni,...
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Miss Anna. Marie Weinman of
Washington, D. C. is spending the
Christmas holidays with friends at
Fort Gulick. Mits Weinman ex
pects to return to Washington on
Lynn Wikingttad Spending
Vacation With Parents
Mr. Lynn Wikingstad, is spend spending
ing spending the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wikingstad of
Margarita Mr. Wikingstad is a
student at the University of. Cali California.
fornia. California. Mme. Yvonne Le Tac
Honored By Former
PARIS (UP) Former mem members
bers members of the French Resistance
paid tribute today to Mme.
Yvonne Le Tac, 75, one of
France's great heroines of the
Nazi occupation, who died in her
Mme. Le Tac was a simple
schoolteacher in Britanny at the
start of the war, but in August
1941, an Allied aircraft was forced
Brest and caDtnred.
and her wartime career began.
She led a demonstration mat
saved t'e fliers but cost her 15
days in jail the start of many
prison sentences in jaus in nance,
Germany and Russia.
Between jail sentences she spied
on the movements oi uerman
warships and reported details
- t l defenses t0
warsmps ana repuitcu uuiaua ui
German coastal defenses to the
Allies. She set up a radio station
to relay messages to London and
left other messages ii coastal
lohster pots for Allied vessels to
i Alter the war Mme. Le Tac was
decorated with the Croix de
Guerre; 'theTtosette ,of the Resist Resistance,
ance, Resistance, .and; ws, appointed a lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant taitHeyee Trench forces.
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Mb and Mrs. Walksr
Mr. and Mrs. Do w R. .Walker
are expected to arrive from Ashe Ashe-ville
ville Ashe-ville North Carolina on Jan. 2.
They are former residents of the
Canal Zone. :, ; ;, ;
A frank and surprising book,
dealing with the impact of college
on the entering freshmen and their
lack of preparation for the college
world, has been placed in circula circulation
tion circulation during the past week by the
Canal Zone Library.
Prepared by Agatha Townsend
for he committee on school and
college relations of the Education Educational
al Educational Records Bureau, 'College
Freshmen Speak Out," has a mes message
sage message which can change the course
of both high school and college
programs and can open the eyes
of prospective college men and
women to their own essential role
in making the transition from
school to college.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
NON-FICTION: Explorations In
Awareness, Bois: The Muses are
Heard, -Capote; To Catch Man,
Cloete: How to Buy Stoclu, Engel;
How Children Learn, Fr.indsen;
The Questioning ChiM and Reli Religion,
gion, Religion, Hunter: Crown of Glory,
Hatch; LaFollette and the Rise of
the Progressives in Wisconsin,
Maxwell; Johnstown: The Day the
Dam Broke, O'Connor, Over my
Shoulder, Randall; The Sound of
Wings, Roberts; Portraits from
Memory, Russell; Escape to the
Wesf Indies, Smith: The Dyna
mics of Aging, Smith: College
Freshmen Speak Out, Townsend;
F I C TION: Justine, Durrell;
Count the Cost, Ferrars; Third
Level, Finney: The Convertible
Hearse, Gault; The Temple of
Gold, Goldman; Moon by Mght,
Packer; The Tall Stranger, Slev
enson; The Killing Ground, Tre
A requiem mas will be held
for the repose of the soul of Mrs.
Desmond L. Maynard tomorrow
morning at 6 o'clock in S!. Paul's
Mrs. Maynard died a year ago
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NEW YORK Dec.' 27 (UP)-A
young gunman and a trucking
firm executive sat in the latter i
Manhattan office today and chat
ted. ; ' '"..-,..'
' The conversation hadn't started
The gunman had walked into
the office of Richard Brienza. 49,
of New MllXord, N.J., owner of
the Ferrara Bros, trucking firm,
and demanded: "I want some
"I haven't ,any money," said
Brienxa. "It's the day after
Christmas and I'm flat broke."
There was a pause. -"Tell
you what I'll do," said
Brienza. "My wife is my book bookkeeper,
keeper, bookkeeper, so I'll call her and ask
her to bring some money in for
you." v ;
Okay." the tunman saia ami-
ably., He walked out to the firm's
Left to the privacy of the Inner
office, Brienza telephoned vhis
wife and told ner to notuy ponce.
Then he rejoined the gunman In
the outer office. They talked about
this and that. Then there was a
lull m the conversation.
v'My wife won't be in for some
time," Brienza said fnally. "Why
don't you come back later?"
"Think I'll do Just that," the
gunman told' him.
He ambled out of the ouice.
Moments later. Police entered.
They waited but the gunman did
Yields To Pressure;
Lei's Doctor In
RICHMOND, Ind.,.Dec, 28 (UP)
A father whose religious sect
does not believe in medical treat treatment
ment treatment for illness yielded today to
mounting, pressure and permitted
a doctor to examine his stricken
The father, Arthur Pippen, a
member ol the Full Gospel Tab Tabernacle,
ernacle, Tabernacle, had been basing his hopes
his mind and permitted Wayne
County Health Officer Dr. W. R.
Taylor to examine the child, Judy,
11, despte the fact that she was
reported greatly improved.
There was no Immediate report
on Taylor's diagnosis. Earlier, the
doctor said he believed she was
Authorites sad Pppen prev prev-ously
ously prev-ously had lost one child whose ni nines
nes nines had not been treated by a
physician. On Tuesday, he agreed
to let Judy be taken to a hospital
for treatment if her condition re remained
mained remained serious or became worse,
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SANTA IS SURROUNDED by i a happy group from the Bella Vista Girls Home, at a party given by the Pacific NavV Wives
Club. The girls first went to the movies, and saw an hour-long cartoon show .'followed -by music played bv Mrs Ruth WsV'V
guet. After lunch Santa Clans appeared to distribute gifts to all the children. -. , Ul? Vs
Dies At Village
ninunc Cnaln TVoo 97fTTPV
Tsim finmani Elias. a 59-vear-
bld Spaniard who Was decorated
for bravery Dy U. a. rresiaeni
Woodrow Wilson, died on Christ
mas Eve in this coasiai vwage, ii
was announced today.
Rqmani, a former navy man,
iW had been decorated by the
Snanlsh government for rescue
-He received his American decor
ation a soecial Bold medal for
heading the Spanishxnavy rescue
oartv that rescued 23 American
sailors who were dumped into
angier harbor when a liberty
boat capsized on Dec. 6, 1918.
but he changed his mind after new
talks with members of his sect.
The girl had been reported fev feverish
erish feverish and in great pain. Taylor
said after visiting the Pippen home
Tuesday that she had "all the
symptoms of acute appendicitis."
But he said his hands were tied.
County Prosecutorv Bert. Keller
Jr. said there was no legal way to
force Pippen to permit removal of
the child to a hospital without his
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Morse Sees Federal
Aid To Education
As Greatest Heed
ifOKYO (UP) Sen. Wayne
'Morse said" today "the greatest
foreign policy need at the United
States during the next SO years
is federal aid to education."
The Democratic member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit Committee
tee Committee said the United States cannot
stay ahead of Russia in manpower,
and that its only hope to remain
ahead of Russia "is in brain brainpower."
power." brainpower." Morse, chief American delegate
to the recent Commonwealth Par Parliamentary
liamentary Parliamentary Conference in India,
warned that Russian Education of
the high school and college level
may well -be of higher caliber
than it is -in the U.S.V
"I would hate to see an across-the-board
testn all education be between
tween between high school students in Rus Russia
sia Russia and the United States," he
. Morse, a teacher himself for 21
years, said it, i -alarming to re realize
alize realize that "23 per cent of the high
schools in the U.S. do not oiler
a course in chemlstrytt physics."
He said Russia's educational
process of finding bright students
and providing them with a college
education was superior to the U.S.
emphasis on mass education.,
. Morse also said he' favored set
tling the issue of: war and peace
through the United JNauons... r
Communist Party k
Hails USSR Academy
01 Arts on Birthday
MOSCOW, Dec. 2T (UP) The
Communist party central commit committee
tee committee today sent its congratulations
to the U.S.S.R. Academy of Arts
on Hs 200th anniversary. -'
The .'message from the central
committee and the council of min ministers
isters ministers was. published in Moscow
newsDaners today. s, ; i
It stresses that the academy has ;
niayea. an important roie in uie
development of national culture.
rin the two centuries of its exis- j
i tenca the Academy has trained
many gifted painters' and teach-J
rs, the message said. It add-,
d that "the academy has been j
called .upon to .become a mill-;
!ant school and theoretical center ;
of the atruggle for the art of so-,
eialist realism, strong in its Com Com-munkLJdeoloiy,.
munkLJdeoloiy,. Com-munkLJdeoloiy,. Jn its truthful truthful-oess,
oess, truthful-oess, its high artistic' skill and its
clone links with the life of the peo
pacific Navy Wiv es Club.
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THE SEA OF MATRIMONY Allowing neither time nor
tide to interfere with their marriage plans, Ulisse Milan" and
Teresa Greguoldo (center, holding hands) were wed in a float.
ing ceremony by Father Don Bellini at Robigo, Italy. Thousands
of acres in the area were inundated by a disastrous Hood of
the Adriatic Sea and Pover--;
YEAR END FUN
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ETVK PARTY in the patlo-. ,. .
Dancing to two orchestras
Clarence Martin's and Conj unto Panama 'v
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SPECIAL GOURMETS DINNER ($12. -person) also
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Anyone ordering: Gourmets' dinner "win receive V
t complimentary entrance to patio party. -, .-. ,.
Please reserve. early. ,- ''.
NEW YEAR'S DAY v
Barbecue at pools'de'noon to S pja. :
Dner in Bella Vista Boom .-,
wit& Clarence Martin's Orchestra : 'S,
make jour reservations nw with maltra. d'hote!
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Science Group Calls
wnTTi hmrvit of 0 a." Army Caribbean rt 'jnotlfleft last, week of being. named m
SSTAy c?.mlSl3onf.Aigned to M Army lJ "gSS
congratulated by aj. Gen. ; inomas j?. vk 4, iiTm, war.
in thu above nhoto after being commended by the general, from leit 10 rignw w y-
ff c5SS5fSiSE SfmlSslouto' Bolivia, named a lieutenant colonel, infantry; and
MroU AallArmy missW to Paraguay, selecte as a major of Infantry,
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State Dept. May Okay Appointment
Of T.ianshikov As Russia's Envoy
bV DONAUb JGONZALfl 1
WASHINGTON,, DM 37 tJP)-
The -Slate ieparimem, vvw
ready today to approve the ap appointment
pointment appointment of M.A. Menshikov as
Russia's sew ambassador, to, the
United States, v '
Amtican officials were said to
feel that' MenaWKovar the uc
cessor, tft-Georgi X Zawft
might play art important pari in
arranging any .new rousd of U.S. U.S.-'
' U.S.-' Soviet of other., East-We5t talks
Menshikora career dlpomat
and high-ranking Communist Party
eiecuti, haa served as Russian
. amDassaaorvio inaia aw "i"!"1"' "i"!"1"'-to
to "i"!"1"'-to Nepal until recently; "T .v
It was learned that -the Kremlin
has advised the- State Department
that, Menshikov is, the man. who
wilf take over from Zaroubin, .So .Soviet
viet .Soviet ambassador to the United
States since 3552. Zaroubin is .be .being
ing .being recalled to, Moscow for re reassignment
assignment reassignment as Russia's deputy
foreign, minister, la charge, of per personnel."
sonnel." personnel." k 1 M
Reply fxpeetacf Soon
Following diplomatic protocol,
Russia1 advised Secretary of State
John-Foster Dulles of the impend-
" teg change and asked whether
Nenshiko wouldr to acceptable.
The department's formal reply;
expected oon, was expected to
lvrMe.s: ''; tJ-J v
.the ambassadorial switch Is
coming at i a time wnen s oom
Washington and Moscow are talk
ing increasingly j- ot wonting w w-ward
ward w-ward easing JSast-West tensioM.
Zaroubin 1 came here under a
tihud Of suspicion five years, ago
fpr torvina -as' ambassador' to
Canada and Great Britain. Investi
gators uncoverea intensive soviet
espionage in pom unawa ano jwju'
VrexMmt Truman withheld his
approval of Zaroubin's ambassa
ilorsnip untu arter ne learnea an
tnvpstieatioa bv the Roval Canadi
an Investigating -Commission had
for Soviet espionage in .Canada.
T Menshikov, a o r m e r, high:
ranking Soviet trade official, also
is a "candidate'' member of the
Communist Party's powerful. Cen
tral Committee. ' ' ' 4"
. There -are 120 such' members of
the committee, which has gained
prestige and power under Nikita
Khrushchev's" regime. Committee
members now- rank high in the
party ( hierarchy.
Menshikov On Risa
-'Menshikov's personal star has
been rising in the party's top ech echelon
elon echelon since the death of Marshal
Josef Stalin in 1953.
: The imminent chance of Russian
ambassadors .in Washington, will
take, place against- a backdrop of
new Soviet "peace" feelers.
KJinishchev told the .Ukrainian
Parliament in Kiev; yesterday that
For Free Exchange
INDIANAPOLIS. I Indl Dec. 27
(U' The president o. the Amer
ican Association tor tne Advance,
ment of Science called today for
free, exchange of basic research
discoveries between the East and
West, ,i vji ni. i; ,:
The assodatlor President. Dr.
Paul 3. Seara of Yale University,
also urged exchange of all scien--
tine secrets among inato nations
failure to do so, he warned, would
increase dancers that Russia will
outstrip the United States and toe
ree world In scientific advances.
Sears made his statement In an
interview at' the start of the as.
sociation's v annual convention.
More than 1.000 papers, delivered
by some of the nation's top scien scientists
tists scientists and ranging, from space
tratel to studies of drunken rats,
will be given during the five-day
meeting. h ViV. A-;,
THAIS TO ILECT MINISTER
BANGKOK fUP-The newly
elected National Assembly met to today
day today in preparation for electing Lt.
lien. inanom luuuavuutu, u
minister of defense, ,aa inauana a
nYt nrimn minister. .-
1 Tne i'Tuung iNauonai i docibuoi
Party met Wednesday ; ; and ; se selected
lected selected Thanom to lead the new
government. Hia- name was put
forward bv Field Marshal SKA
Thanarta who led a : recent coup
d'etat that tpped premier noui
Sears said he is not orooo&ine'
exchange information about ; mil-
nary secrets or installations With
the Russians. ,
f I'm talking about experiments
in basic research in theoretical
science," Sears said. VThere is a
great deal to be gaine and noth nothing
ing nothing to be lost by a free exchange
of ideas among all scientists.''.
HONOLULU5 Lt. (J.G.) Rich Richard
ard Richard U Kline, one o four survivors
o. a Navy plane crash o'f Hawaii
in which two men were killed and
17 are missing. when asked if he
thought lie would make it hrqugh
the ordeal: i- r ..r j c
Sure. "J Hew I'd make' it. I
had .my,!.wifei Barbara, waiting
back here for me. Yep. I knew
we'd spend. Christmas together."
Queen E izabeth, in her televised
Christmas message to the British
people :iv 7 i
i f'Today we need a special kind
of courage, iot) the kind needed
in battle but a kind which makes
us stand Up for everything that
we anow -is ngnt.
Frank Leahy,, former Notre Dame
football Coach who retired, due to
i'lness, after beirg. named head
woach and athleticv director at
jexas .a ana v.M, ;
"l'ye never felt better in my
life than I do now, This layo f got
me over air the troubles that I
had and niy loaaJ doctor told me
that 4'm healthier: than, I've been
i M0 years
Russia is considering cutting back
its armed forces in view of decla.
rations by the worm Atlantic
Treaty Organization ; (HATO)
against the use of force. ?:
The Communist Party boss said
that "development of science and
engineering" in Russia has made
such cuts possible.- However, Jrtt
said Soviet armed strength will be
kept at a "levej fully ensuring in interests
terests interests of th country's defenses.'
. American officials said they
would welcome any 'genuine" disarmament-moves
Khrushchev's statement. But some
observers said it sounded as if
Russia merely was preparing lo
replace some of its present arms
with newly-developed types, s ;
A DRAMA OF FIOLENCE!
THE PRIDi: AND
THE PASSIQN" f;
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tuono An-tuono 'bf the Verona jail, in de describing
scribing describing the convicts' Christmas
party ior 18-month-o'd Simonetta
Armellini, who lives in a cell with
her mother, a convicted swindler:
"She was overwhelmed by her
Christmas tree. There were more
toys than she knew what to do
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1 ) J
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1957
' A I ' J' '' '" ''' '" 'I' m"?m' '' V'im'i '"i iii'iii" n'T ', ," 'i 'i"'m'i
Yankees Tackle League
Ump Williamson Resigns
. The already close Panama Professional League
race will tighten up some more tonight if the last last-;place
;place last-;place Carta Vieja defeat the leading Cerveza Balboa
Beermen at the Olympic Stadium in a game schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to begin at 7:30. :
ST v I
Only one gama separates the! The second Atlantic side game
CFN Radio, TV
CFN hat announced the follow-1
ing. radio and television vsporta
scneauie. Any cnanges-, in the
schedule will be announced over,
Panorama each night at 6:45 and I
in the Caribbean Chronicle.
January 1: Orange Bowl, ,Okla-
homa va. Duke at 1:30. p.m., fol-i
lowed by Cotton, Bowl, Navy vs.
Rice, followed by Hose 'Bowl,
Ohio State vs.vorecon. v
January z: sugar uowi, Missis
sippi vs Texas at i p.m.
-three- teams today and a victory
Jor the Yankees would throw the
loop into a triple tie.
' Lev Spencer, a stocky right
hander who pitched- for Knox-
ville, Class A, Sally League this
year, leading the loop n strike strike-puts
puts strike-puts with 198. wll! make hij Pro
toon debut for the Beermen.
Snencer arrived in Panama less
than ten days ago and manaser
Leon Kellman claims niat with
is set for Sunday, Jan 5, between
the Yankees and the Beermen and
final Colon contest will be played
Dec. 12, when the Beermen will
engage the Smokers.
The annual Chesterfield-Carta
Vieja game in David is set for
Umpire Winston Williamson has
resigned from the Pro loop staff.
ine resigns tion, tonowea a
decision by Commissioner Ediiar-
Cleveland' Browns Dominate
NFL Individ udl Champions
Army vs. Navy at I
the acquisition he now has as good do Alfaro to uphold a urotest 'odg-
a pitching staff as any ,.f (he ot!i- ed by Carta Vieja general manag manager
er manager teams. er Joe Nachio aguinst. a reverse
Jerry Davie, who is called uo-icnl! by Williamson which gave the
on by: skipper Billy Shanty, for re-' Chesterfield Smokers a :i-2 ninth
lief1 duty an often as he starts, h;vs
-been named to open on the hill tor
tonight's important contest. Jer
ry has a 2-2 record-
No game is scheduled for to-
inning win over the Yankees last
v Alfaro's report stated that the
umpire's action showed a "lack of
knowledge of the rules of the
morrow night, but activity will be i game or lack of character in the
resumed Sunday morning when fulfillment of his duties"
i the Chesterfield Smokers and the Alfaro also recommended in his
Yankees meet at Colon Stadi'im in I report that league officials sane
game scheduled for 10 o'clock, 'tion the arbiter.
Texas Aggies Get Leahy
;.vM..i:- - i
Ai Next Football Coach
!T COLLEGE STATION, T e x.,
(UP) The Texas .Aggies picked
tip a driving football fundamental
ist the same pattern as Paul
(Bear) Bryant Wednesday night
when Frank Leahy, former coach
at Notre Dame, agreed to become
bead coach and athletic director.
Dr. M. T. Harrington, Texas
AiM president, said Leahy agreed
pital at Michigan City. Ind.. today.
He slipped and broke hii ankle I
Tuesday while carrying Christmas I
packages into his Long iJeacn,
Ind., home. He was taken to the!
hospital for X-rays and remained
Dr. Harrington said Leahy, 49,
would be given a salary of $16,000
a year plus rent-free use of .al
college-owned residence. The con
tract is for three years.
The Notre Dame graduate',
noted for pessimistic attitude de
spite having winning teams, will
become the 22nd coach since A and
M fielded its first football team in
Leahy's overall record, includ
ing two years at Boston College,
Leahy was expected to report to!
College Station soon after the I
TUC TUmn mm a n
v jiy rf --rnien Baslllo struggles to part Ir oh
springs. The patch above the m iddleweicht chamDion'n
remains of souvenir of hi, hard battle with yPRoDist,n S :
to contract terms by telephone
and that the formal signing of a
contract was expected by the end
of the week. This may be Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the Gator Bowl ir Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla., where the Aggies
meet Tennessee is their final
game under Bryant, who is going
However, Leahy was in a hos- than I've been in 10 years."
C API 7 OLIO
with Lex Barker
. withr Alan Ladd
7 IV O LI
25c ; I5C.
D R A N G O
with Jeff Chandler
fV' BANK NIGHT!
Gold Prize $500.00
with Raymond Burr
- Also: -HELL'S
first of the year, Harrington said, icaza Scott Atwater
. Crawford Zenith
L,eany quii iMoire uame aiier iDunlop Rubber
the 1953 season because of ill Pepsi colas
health. He -compiled an 11 year 1 Kent Cigarette
j .c -i.... Tivoh Travel
recuiu m '"'?. 'U3" Martini Vermouths
ana 3 lies aim nau six ufiueieaieu I Balboa Beer
season. Duran Coifee
IBlue Star Milk
ue said Wednesday he nad com-1 Canada nry
nlfttplv rpfiweroil hU halfh "Th Hlllman Car
lavnff nt mo .r .u trnw.J Leading -averages Coffej 176,
Z : r C J Pahl 175, LUttenberger 168, ttass
uiai i nau auu uiy lWm uwiw 166 Hele and LaBeau 160.
has told me that I am healthier
Icaia Scettatwater 4
Jivoli Travel Af ncy
Scott Atwater Motors fattened
their leaeue percentage by -detour
ing the Tivoll Travel Agenta and
caoturine -all of the four points.
The motors were purring along at
fair speed and were never in
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OF B. MITCHELL i
dancer. On the other hand, the
Travelers were tired, because of
the holidays and just could not get
,Mel Leldner was high ,or Tivc( Tivc(-li
li Tivc(-li with 468, whereas thre of Mo Motors
tors Motors clicked off higher .speed, Dick
LaBeau was the pace setter with
505, Kotarcyzk, 485,. and v jimmy
Bowen 479. The Attrttwrt could
not afford to drop-any points, be
cause the Zenith tv's are only one
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It's time to step up to
Four Rosea Bourbon time is now.
Don't miaa another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
amoothneai and richness of this
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-- Balboa Beer 3 Pepsi Cola 1
Balboa Beer .Suds, i continued on
their merry way by taking three
points from' the Pepsi Colas. Sev Sev-eal
eal Sev-eal weeks ago the Balboas were
fighting to stay out of the cellar
and, their .current wihnine snurt
lias raised them several notches
n the standings.
Two. of the Pan Liquidos team teamed
ed teamed up to pour it on; the Peosis:
JWanny. Fernandez nd Curly Ba Bates
tes Bates .were the heroes for BalbOa.
Manny smacked 551 and Curlv
was ciose Dy witn.526. SKI 'Pep 'Pepsi"
si" 'Pepsi" Prusinowski nosted the' hish
est game, of 225, when-he had six
strikes n a row and a 538 series.
( t CraWerdt Zenith 4.
Atmospheric conditions ; w e r
perfect at the-- Balboa Bowle-a-re-
na for the Crawford Zenith TV's
because they sot oerfect recention
from the pins. They took all four
points and moved, up to the run-
nerup spot only one point' out of
tne. top. The Zeniths had a close
call when the Kent Cigarettes in
the night cap. fell six puffs awav
from a win.
Although Zenith had no outstand
Ing performance, everyone rolled
steady games with 'Pope register
ing 464 and Tato Garrido 461.
While they dropped all four points
a Kent Bowler had the tausfac-
ton of knocking out 509. the hon
ors' going to .Gil Gilleon, The Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lanes continued to give Bill
Coffey a rought tine when he roll"
ed 445. ;
Dunlep Rubber 4 Canada Dry-
. The Dunlop Rubber bounced
Drett high by sweeping their se
.riei against the Canada Dry. who
were; far from sparkling, In theJ
second game, Canada Dry did put
some ginger m their- howling and
extended the Dunlops only to lose
by three pinsv when in the last
frame -a pin literally bounced out
lot tne pit ana scored a spare ior
Pat Kelly. Fat also took the acor-
Iimiam Ka aAAkA1 i Miaf vKQA
IiUg uvuvif urn. vuvtvucu vuv vuvi
and Nick Nichols nearly joined
the Five century Club with a 494,
but aM15 came muck m to spoil
lii 1 w ft i 1 4.1
line evening, jjou uiua was we
best Canada1; Dry,', but his 461
scared no one.
(Duran Coffee 3 Blue Star Milk 1
Duran Coffee Sippers wanted no
part' of any cream from the Blue
I Star Dairymen, so uiey iook tneir
three points strong and black, on
lyin the opening game did the
Blue Star men assert themselves
out three generous helpings. Capt
'JDuran" 1 Nash enjoyed a steam
ing 516 serving and Lou Hack was
the Blue star special, with a skim
med 459. -;
Martini 7 VernMuth 4 Hlllman
I' Martini Vermouths mixed up a
tasty lour -point win over tne low
ly, cellar dwellers, Hiuman carr.
The Martini Vermouths were
smooth' all the way, ; with Wany
Keller '.having s kuier oilier se
ries of 554, -and only one cylnder
of the.Hillman motors was click clicking
ing clicking corre ctly, when Senor De La
ca had a deluxe dilly of 529. Al Although
though Although Canada Dry is trying migh mighty
ty mighty hard to take over the basement,
the Hillman Cart refuse to vac vacate
ate vacate .the aoot v '
u Honor Roll 200 of better: Pru
sinowski: 225, Kelly '200, Nichols
203 and Carter 213,,
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PHILADELPHIA (UP)' The
National Football League,' 'gear 'gearing
ing 'gearing : for the championship finale
Sunday.! cited' its individual cham champions
pions champions today o with the Cleveland
Browns getting a full quota of the
leaders.'1 .'V i'-;. ;-;-!.
The (Browno. Eastern f, Confer
ence. Chamtumn. landiul rnnlrla
JinuBrown as the' leading1 ground
gainer and Tommy O'Connell.) the
cast-on of we Chicago Bears, as
the leading passer; j-' -u -- .;,
Lou Groza tied fo' scoring hon
ors with Sam Baker of the Wash Washington
ington Washington Kedskins. and led the
league in field goals with 15. Each
scored 77 ponta."''i.-;;i.v. -:.
The final league game between
the Chicago : Cardinals v and Pitta Pitta-burgh
burgh Pitta-burgh Steelers did little to change
tne standings, none of the leaders
was displaced, : although it helped
Steeler -defense star Jack Butler
tie for first- place in pass inter interceptions,
ceptions, interceptions, I'vr r; ''-.
Brown, the eighth rookie in NFL
history1 : to win the rushine title.
gained 942 yards, including a rec
ord single game performance of
id i yards against Los Aneeles.
He dethroned Rick Casares of the
Chicago Bears who finished sec second.
ond. second. -XV-'it,' .;. i
O'Connell became the nassine
champion with ah average 11.17
yards gained for each pass thrown
with Eddie LeBaron of the Red
skins second." John Unitas of Bal
timore led In total yardage gained
with 2,550 and in total, touchdown
tditor; CONRAOO SARGEAN I .'
SA td .T..' M m a
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE"'
ft tU l 0.,
, TONIGHTS CAME 'I'
At Olympic Stadium: Ctrvsz'a Balboa. (Spencer 0-6)
vs. Carta Vieja (Davie 2-2). , t t
,Came;'time' 7:30. i!;
passes with 24 as he finished in
third place. ,,
Bill Wlson of San Francisco
was the pass recftivine champion
with 52 completions. with Ray
Berry oi. Baltimore second with 47
and Jack McClalren of Pittsburgh
tmra with 46.,
Don Chandler of New York.
with a 44.6-yard average, led the
punters, and Bert Zagers of Wash Washington
ington Washington led, in punt returns with a
15.5-yard average. Jon Arnett of
Los Angeles led in kickoff returns
with 18 for a 28 -yard average.
By OSCAR FRALEY
AFRICA NEEDS LIADIRS
i NEW YORK (UP). The new
Sermanent ..United Kingdom repra repra-entative
entative repra-entative to the-' United Nations
Trusteeship Council, Sir Andrew
Cohen, said Wednesday leadership
in Equatorial Africa is needed
more than economic aid because
ef society's resistance to change.
He said 4hat only African leaders
could b aucmsfullys break down
this resistance, v- ;
TV,;.'-, ft r-'-S .- -,.'. ,,.
What Fraley Hope Santa
Left Spo rts Chara cters'
that'll -letyem Veak eVen.tThey v
all need the money ,
Willie Mays-More and more of
the amazin' same. -,'
Golf Nuts-Aces back to batk
and a full house every time you
play the 19th hole. t
J ackie Pung-The one that got
Archie Moore-Annttw. ia t'
spltJt,om fountain of youth.
Vic Seixas-A slug of the same. -oj
uu"1n'ofJ you-thef health
ahead miy 0,8 PPness :f
AUSSIES BATTLE BLAZES
SYDNEY. AllBtrAlf !'7TTB' TV.
areas of residents in
SSi f South Wales- sPent
Christmas Dav : ficrhtlna (....ui: "".
which have h..'rn;rt w "m"
ka miles long in attempts
to" save the thrt.
rf,?rin.M"anga and -Euabalong
atures .as high as 113 degreea; A
NEW YORK Dec. 27 fUP)-Afl
the pretty packages are probably
a shambles by now, but this is
wnai f earless Fralev hoDes Santa
left under the tree for some of the
Carmen Basilio-A counle mnm
big paydays and then the sense to
retire. t ..'
Lew Burdette-A. box nf hirar.
bonate economy size to help
mm over tne ruDoer chicken cir circuit.
Walter O'Malley-Piggy bank.
nova raicerson-Ar. leant nn.
legitimate challenger which could
come apparently only from Santa
Ted Williams A batch of lone
overdue kindness and one more
good year so he gets the MVP
award he deserved.
B A LB O A
'S Don Murray In
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- -Alser; -:
" Jeff Morrow to
TODAY-IDEAL -125 -.15
"ADV. OF CAPTAIN KJCDD"
i Chaps. 6 ,.
I iT en sn si si
Dick Mayer-A couple more big
ones so he can prove he wasn't a
i Skiers-All the snow their little
hearts desire; whenever 'I'm in
Althea Gibsoh-A gob of God Godfrey's
frey's Godfrey's favorite commodity,
Jimmy Demaret-Some more oi
that same sunshine he's always
spreading. i ,
. Gil McDougald-tfae Ions ovardae
recognition he deserves and never
seems to get.
Parry O'Brien-A solid eoH in.
vuiuiu sum io wwr on ma warecn
fob he's got plenty of watches,
Silent Mickey Mantle He re
ceived nis gist early but could use
a Berlitz course, in English.
Sam Snead-That lons-a nuvlit
tt c r i i r
v.o. vyca cuampionsnip.
Wilt Chamberlam -Silver plait plaited
ed plaited stilts for his girl Mend.
Baseball Managers .- Whatever
they need to- make it an eight
team tie for first place.
Willie Shoemaker -A tape mea measure
sure measure and a pair of bifocals.
uocsey ans-somethinir to en
wiin an inai ice.
Man Aiusiai-Continued success
tor one of the nicest guys In sports.
Chuck Dressen-The usual muf
fler. One that works.
Bob Gutowski-An oxvien mask
so he can clear 16 feet.
Willie Hartack-He needs soma-
Horse Player-A winner a day
THE PRIDE AND
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ONE DAY RELEAS
ROBERT MITCHUM In
"FIRE" DOWN BELOW
K-LISTO in order to repair damaged under underground
ground underground lines will Interrupt the electric service on
Saturday, December 28 from 1201 a.m. to 1
8 a.m. in the following areas. : ;
Corner of Balboa Avenue.
North Avenue. -- v'
A 3rd cf November Street
,15th -of February Street : '
' Veraguat Street ;
Plaza de Arango. ;
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER ?7..,W VC?
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'."'3?- '.4e. l,flk.
'i In iSeyeKTurl)ng Sprint
f Miss Viryiniadc,Ia GuardiYs hard-running Me Me-lendez
lendez Me-lendez gests a chance to chalk up his second straight
win and third victory in his last four starts tommor tommor-row
row tommor-row afternoon in the $1,000 seven furlong sprint for
first and second series imported thoroughbreds at
the President Remon racetrack. ). r r ,
Vuhjin Vifean. II 'tJSUlk 'will
' ; be ia m nmi .pl th ilx-yeir-
" ...rinuwAliria. VlKIUCt : Will it
v .mnt ta dunllcata bii recant
' come-from-b?hind vctones aboird
j the I-ulj Rodrliues jrlned middle
rfi.taric Jtati "Bicancito; Cvila
, and Town'i WaU are tbe only oth other
er other scheduled atarteri. ;
Bacancito. -iecond bit Jaatvthree
times-out, may make it Una time.
K wilUba- -fiettiM an eleven.
pound pair in tht weight plus an
improvement in jockey ship. Fer-
nanoo Alvarez replaces neuouwu
, Guatinea board the Stud Durrieu
' printer. i-' ';
Town' WaD, an lmpreiiive win
aer last week in a lower bracket,
could surprises with 4 repeat, vic victory.
tory. victory. He will have leading' Jockey
Brauiio Baeia aboard He gets in
here under the feather o 105
pounds; f-" A.-
, Gavilan, a consistent performer
apparently; somewhat- oil form,
has shown improvement during
this week'?, early morning work work-Outs
Outs work-Outs and figures to be in the thick
of the battle' most, if not: all, of
the distance.' 'Jorge Phillips, y as
usual,' will t guide the Reginald
The race ,wlj ,alsov. serve as a
final tuneuo for Melendea a n d
Gavilan for next Wednesday's $3,-
000 added New Year's Pay Clas Classic.
sic. Classic. ; ;; x (
Another classic, entrant that will
fun today is Posiblemente. He is
the prospective i favorite to win
tre secondary .attraction, a seven
furlong ; sprint for third y series
imported horses. Crews Hill, still
another, classic, hopeful.. ,is among
Posibleraente s (jontenaers. .-';
Elfht other orosoective thrillers
are. included on an attractive pro program.
v JANSEM'S kjlhiE-Larry JiMen ; the New Ydrli Giats'' pitching awrorrtne wj'v..
efrly Wsf proudly po.es with his nine in Portiand, Ore. Jensen vili be triple th,wi? t
Sat PacincPC6Mt'liaiue team next spring pitching and hV."
it. the family can buy ticket -. The Jansena are, left to right, tr M;Wl?JWf!
SadtoWl)ta Sandra 14,rley .12, Kathleen W, Alyrin 8, G;egOry 6 and Robert JVS&
4 Golden Sound
Den Brifide (e)
Jecksy r S,
1st 'Race ith Series Imp. Pes. Purse S400
Vii FIRST RACK OF THI OOUBLI
:i-OcJaiMis:'MirC.'Qulrloi02ould.: pay off mm
S-Chulpt-' ; RrVas4ttez 115, -Dstancet o liking)
S Amis Did! A. Ycaza 110 --Rates good chance
Peel Closes 1:00
. F. Justiniani 90x -Nothing recently
A.. Vasqiiei 112 Serious effort here
G. Mnntero IDS -Rin wH in lait
J, Phillipi 115 wWiJi light it out
2nd Race. th Series Imp. Fas. Purse' S4M
t ; SICONP RACI OFTHi OOUBLI
m3iutk'-1)Mi'i:lt badly ia lasV
Pool t lose 1:30
A. Vasouez 115 Good chance hert
-H. Guatinel 112 Horse fo beaf
B. Aguirre 108 Apparently gone sour
X3. BovJl 110 Reportedly ready :
F. Alvarez 103 -Has late foot
S. Hernandez UOx Form indicates
If a fooibai coach cab create i'and atature in university : affairs
v Peel Closes 2:00
Jrd Race, "Hla." Natives' I Ffs. Purse $371
1 Filon ? v CHuiz lis Surprised in last 5
2 uboru J. Jalavera 107 Must improve more 20-1
1 Golden Moon --3; Aguirre 315 No. 1 contender
4 El Pequefio Dario 100 Distance .to liking
5 Mr. Jaekr F. Alvarez U2 Should (core, now
Race Special Jdatlve 1 1 Fgs. Purse 37S, Pel Close 2:30
.. XJ-ri--t OUINIILA v"
t-Redondita 3. Cadogan 115 -Nothing in months
i-Guacamyr; -F Godoy 115 Usually clow up
Okiland R. Goino 115 Rider only handicap
Golden. Bound J. Phillips 108 .Can make it now -f
Gloria M CT Quiroa 102x Has shown nothing'
6 Stelita f A Reyes 108 Hasn't shown much"
Sth Race, 4th Series Imp. f Fga. Purse $400
Peel Closes 3:00
B. Saeza 113 Disappointed in !st EVEN
J. Talavera 105x Last early speed 4-1
C. Bovil 115 War once topnotcher 5-2
F.. Alvarez 110 Regaining top-form ; 2-1
, r :
Peel Closes 1:40
4th Race, Sth' Series Imp. 7 Fs. Purse $500
f "'JfltST RACK Of THI DOUBLS
1 Gouvernant A.' Vasquez 115 ..Good recent efforts
2 El Alheiia H." Gustuies 10s Long overaue
3 Golden Corn F.' Juatinlani loos Not in winning serape
4 Rosier G.. Rivera ll8 Dropped in class ;;
5 Plateado -C Cristlan J13 f Seeks third straight
Diocese fe B. Baeia 113 -Gets stiff test here
2Mi Rasa. 1st. Inst Series Imp. 7 F. Purse $1000 Peel Closes 4:10
, r VSICONO RACI OF THi OOUBLI ..
1 Bacanclbi yAlvarez J05taa go all the way
SGavilan X Phillip 113 f Better this -week
8 Town's Wau- v' B Baeza lOS wRstes goon chance
, 4 Mtlsades R. Vsiquez lid Wilt fight it out
superior mouse .trap, oa ? ft
oftrrt the kind Of mS'
terial needed to make the play
work ... athletic directors, armed
with whopping contraqta,Jwill neat
a path to his door :, - 1
College coaches afmauy mov moving
ing moving into the big. money -class. bo
spirited i the competition that the
more auccesaful ones are getting
offers that would dazzle an all-
state half-back. A new pproan
is the "package aeai:.. w www
base pay is secondary,
On the prowl for a juccessor io
Paul (Bear) Bryant, Texaa A and
M reportedly oifered Heiry (Red)
Sanders, presently stationed;; t
UCLA, a $15,(0 aalary, $5000
expense account, a $10,000 income
from television,, stock in an oil cor cor-noratinn
noratinn cor-noratinn new station wagonev
ery year, an air-conditioned, rcnti
tree nomeana'u on iiw
on the cuffs Shoe laces he would
have to pay tor;?f.v;
When i these vparacularjl appear
f in i ln Anfeles newspapers,
Texas A and ?M officials-said tt
iust wssn't true. ; They oughfc to
know, But a other coaches nave
atmad"' similar; contracts. ; mere
t TirocMient for it. K
8-1 Earlier Texas A and M bad been
4-1 in contact with Hugh (Duffy )
5-2 iDauehertv. architect of perennial
15 1 powerhouse elevens at Michigan
4-1 state. In his esse; a lump sum pi
3-1 ion.000 wis mentioned, aenu-
9.1 mntitat Daushertv r declined
"My heart belongs :tf,,jnjpar
ans, ne murumicu,- ,My ?
It is an enigmr omcidehe
that both Sanders snd Daugherty
are paat winners of the annual
Scripps-Howard jCoach of the Year
Award ... an ward Which --would
seem to have monetary as weu
as urestiKe value, .wnere ooes
Woodv Haves of: Ohio State, lat
est recepient, go irom nerer
... r 1 ..,:..
AIMS D AT ALUMNI,
As a cuess-Hayes who is just
eomulg into miionii jjroiumente
as a coaching figure, earns ne
tween, $15,000 and : $20,000. He
didn't ay how much and we didn't
ask. We were surprised, however,
when the affable young man, whose
Big 10 champions, are Rose Bowl
bound, disclosed ne is hired on
year to year basis.
"That's mostly because of unt
versity regulations," he added
"Actually I have more security
than that!., 'a gentleman's agree agreement
ment agreement that amounts to a five-year
term. I've, finished the first one
and have three .years to so on the
second, f rv. :;; &
We remarked that even when
football coaches eMone-term con
tracts they frequently break them
and move elsewhere where the re
wards are presumably mora at
tractive. Thereby, it would seem.'
cneapening ineir word, and uscp
mocung tn coiiege;.i as
But at the time -Bryant, aignetf I
Rupp Vas in trouble, the basket basketball
ball basketball scandals bad broken and he
was said to be on the way out.
was -on. the, Explicit promise
that Rupp was to be remi
Bryant agreed to take the foot football
ball football assignment.' When the promise
was not fulfilled he. lost no time
in departing the Blue Grass. Now
he's switched to Alabama, Ms al alma
ma alma mater, leaving behind another
1 "Bryant's probably sentimental.
too,'' commented Hayes.
Fifth Game In 28
The Boston Celtics have such a
"fai" lead in. the Eastern Division
race of the National Basketball
Association that even when they
lose a game, which they don't
often do, it doesn't mean a thing.1
I The Philadelphia Warriors, com coming
ing coming up with their best effort in
many weeks, scored early and late
in upending the Celtics, 115 -105,
Wednesday .evening to snap a
four-game losing streak. The loss
was only the Celtics' fifth in 28
games thus far and still left them
with a comfortable seven and one one-half
half one-half game lead over the Syracuse
The Nationals,- paced by the hot
snooting of Red Conlin, defeated
the New York Knickerbockers,"
DONS OPEN TOURNEY
OKLAHOMA CrfY (UP) San
Francisco's fifth-ranked Dons kick
off the All-College hisketball tour tournament
nament tournament this1 afternoon against an
underdog Denver University team.
The, powerful Dons, led by elon
gated Art Day and Gene Brown,
arc expected to steo their way
through the upper bracket,, win en
also includes western Kentucky
and Niagara, into the Saturday
night finals. ' v
PENN RICHMOND FAVORITE
RICHMOND. Va. (UP) The
University of Pennsylvania, unde undefeated
feated undefeated in five games this season.
rates as the favorite in the Rich
mond Invitational Basketball Tour Tour-foment,
foment, Tour-foment, which opens Friday. The
diminutlye Quakers, with no regu regular
lar regular taller than 6-3. will c""it
speed and experence to win the
two-day, four-team tournament.
ORANGE TENNIS BEGINS
MIAMI, Fla. (UP)-The 11th an
nual Orange Bowl Junior Tennis
Championships get underway to
day with Robert Delgado of Los
Angeles seeded No. 1. Twenty
states, nine foreign countries, and
11 colleges are represented among
the 260 entries in the tournament.
SANTA -ANITA OPENS SEASON
ARCADIA. Calif. (UP) Santa
Anita's 21st season of winter rac racing
ing racing gets underway today with the
seventh running of the $20,000
added Palos Verdes Handicap at
six furlones. The 55-da.v meeting
will be the richest in the tracks
history, with: 32 major stakes
scheduled arid $3,500,000 in purses
for the winners.
134-130, in overtime and -the Min
neapolis Lakers clung to a slim
lead in Ihe closing minutes to
edge the Detroit- Pistons, 106-104,
in other holiday action.
p'lixnra barged v. v
The colore of sportsniao Silvio Cooksmald is the only newcom
Lszzarin will t not be. represented
in next Wpdnesday,s,!3,0f' add added
ed added New YearfjfDay "Classic. Un Un-beaten
beaten Un-beaten Santurrort has' aJready run
his last race in Panama and is be
ing readied for a trip to the United
States, according to a ; reliable
source. ., -. ;
; The same source also informed
us that the expensive j Argentine
router Trasgo will not arrive on
et scheduled to bow into local rae
ing this weekend. Jose Talavera J
will ride the three-year-old
French-bred bay daughter of Gut Gut-tator
tator Gut-tator in Sunday's second race lor
, Eight more Imported two-year i j.
olds this' week Increased the num number
ber number of borses at the President r.
itemon racetrack, mey were
the isthmus until sunuay anu is.brought here from Chile by Chii
sure to be scratched irom the cm v.rir,.wn i?a,a
. r l,U C T r.w...w..u ... UUHI UVU f,
evcuij iuik win, mutivii.
The absence of the. Lazzarin
stars : should make the race a
much more interesting and wide
open event. Horacio, Melendez,
Posiblemenie and King o park now
shape up aa the top horses in the
-r-oOo .. ,.,
Vastly Improved little Heliede Heliede-re
re Heliede-re (Paplto) Guitmes" was the
star of the Christmas race pre pre-gram,
gram, pre-gram, but he also held the du
bieus distinction ef being the
only rider who was suspended.
Gustines got a four-meet sus
pension for crowding Joselito with
CartiUero in the homestretch. Car Car-tillero
tillero Car-tillero outlasted Joselito in a hard
drive to win by a neck. Alfredo
Vasquez rode Joseuto.
The soft-spoken, easy-going Gus
tines will celebrate another birth birthday
day birthday on Sunday.
All cricketers and representa
tives of the various clubs fn the
Pacific cricket league are 'hereby
invited to attend a meeting1 at. Pa Pa-ralso
ralso Pa-ralso on. Saturday, Dec. 28, 1957,
at 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of this meeting is
to discuss plans for the 1958 cric cricket
ket cricket season.
zalez. The group arrived in excel
lent physical condition and some
of them have already been sold v.v
-0O0 ( .-fm jpr. .,
, The $4,250 earned by Hence in .'.''.J
the Christmas Clastic make
him the top meney-wimlne na -tive
ef 157. He displaced Ette
ban, winner ef 14, out ef 17 starts,'
as the biggest money Winner. ;
Hence new has fetal eernines ef ;
$8,780 as compared te $1,452 fer
Eight more Argentine-bred two
year-olds are expected to arrivV v
at Tocumen tomorrow or Sunday, r
They will be sold for $2,250 ia
purses. A down payment of $229
is ah" that is needed to get one of s:' ;
the choicely-bred animals. --
Trasgo, reportedly the most ex- "i?';
pensive racehorse ever nominate '-JJ.
for a race here, is also being a- v
waited by his owner. Trasgo will t
accompany the two-year olds" oa
their flight here from Pucnos
Aires,":- " l
GRANT SINATRA LOREN
"THE PRIDE AND
Bella 'Vista January 7sfj
Irh Race, -C and B", Nat, 7 Fta. Purse $425
Peel Closes '4:45
1 Ocean Star
fi Pancho Lopez
- V.; Brown lti--JBad trailer in last '. 50-1
. A. Reyes KS Enjoying rare form 4-1
H. Gnstines 10$ WiU fight it out ,lV 5-2
V. rxstillo 112 Danierous contender 31
G. Rivera 113 -Classy prospect 2-1
B. Baeza 110 Better this weefc ; . 4-1
B. Aguirre lt Poor raee last time ; J ,5-
fth Race, Jrd Series Imp. 7 Fgi. Puree $450
, -, own 1 ww,
3 Posiblemente T. Alvarez 120 -Geta classic workout
2 Embsssr S. Hersandcz lOOx Must 10 lower
II. Gusunes uz Good eariy speed
J. Rodriguez 108 Quits badly in stretch
. B. Bieza 110 Could make it here -.
.. G. Rivera 11J Lacks erly."speP"r,
A. Ycaza 110 Has strongest finlsh
108 oifld surprise here ..
Peel Closes 1:15
I Crews Hill
. -',,- 8-1
11th Race, "ft", Native 7 Puree $450
Pl Cleseo 1:45
J-Taara r.'Alvarer 110 flai giod workouts .31
2 Mimi J." Talavera lO'ix Could go all the way 4-1
3 Mircelite R. Vastiez 112 Hard to best here EVEN
(Don PHglio G. Jlonero 114 Usually bsta.ihee .. EVTN
5 Dr. BJ1 K." Rjiz 112 Can hrlp entrymate EVEN
Hayes agreed that aurh nrar.
tices could not fail to make a poor
impression on the publie and ex expressed
pressed expressed regret that his brethren
had been unable to bit upon a bap
pier solution of a Troblem pecu
liar to their profession. v
"it is true a football coacn wants
security but at the same tim La
does not want to be denied a
chance to better himself, la our
business you must win or else.
And when you. lose nobody Is in
ieres.iea in you.. -,.
Most of these 10-year eonlrcf
are really fiction aL They ar a.
ignea ro aeep ine aiumni quiet.
If the old crads believe the eoach
is going to be around for a long
ume uier a rem so quick ta ex-
plode. Usually there ia a private
understanding with the college
that tbe coach can leave anytime
he wants. Tbe, situation isn't as
messy as it looks.'; .
THE COON$ W6N OUT.
There are atso" times wbeS'ef-
traneous conditions are involved
ta what appears to be a wanton
disregard of contractual obliga obligations.
tions. obligations. Like when the aforementioa
Bryant served only one year of a
10-year term at Kentucky.-
Kentucky is otie of the few col-
kges where basket ball overshad overshadows
ows overshadows football. Adoiph Rupp as
keeper of the Goons, has- lone be
man ot considerable strength I
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, FOR RENT: 2 badroom fur furnished
nished furnished chalat, covored torraco,
maid'a room. In front Caia Ro-
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CHICAGO (UP-NMrs. Clyde E.
Wilson of suburban De Planes is
, restless since her retirement six
, weeks ago as a librarian.
"If any library, large or small,
needs to be recatalogued, will it
please get in touch with me," she
anjealed. Mrs. Wilson is 80 years
Irked Drinkers Kill Bar Owner,
Guitarist Kidnap Parked Pair
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UP) (UP)-Two
Two (UP)-Two men killed; a bar owner and
a musician after an argument o-
ver their bin eany way
- then fled southward, kidnaping
and switching cars
The killers, one' wearing a red
EDMOND $: SMAW was re-
cently assigned as Albrook Air
"Force Base civilian personnel
officer, with additional duty as
- deputy director of civilian per per-fonnel
fonnel per-fonnel la Headquarters, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air ConTftiand. Shaw, ac-
companied by his wife Nora, ar arrived
rived arrived on Albrook recently. He
was previously assigned to the
Western Area Office of Direc Direc-torate
torate Direc-torate of Civilian Personnel,
' Headquarters USAF, where he
worked for two years as a mem member
ber member of one of the Air Force's
- four Civilian Personnel Survey
teams. Shaw's team operated out
i of the Los Angeles office.
A graduate of Hofslra College,
Long Island, N.V., with a B.A.
in psychology, Shaw has done
graduate work at George Wasti-
. Jngton University in Public Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Administration and Law.
Before entering Federal civil
service, he worked in printing
and publication sales, and -vith
..a New York advertising -agency.
Shaw is an jna'ttive res'erve of officer,
ficer, officer, with five years of war
. time service. He was a signal
officer attached to the 11th Air
"THE PRIDE AND
Belta Vista January 1st I
Corner "H Ai Darien
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carnation, made their getaway
from Washington after forcing
their way into a car in which Pfc
Larry Monteith of Nearby Ft. My My-er
er My-er and his date, Dorrs Mattingly,
24, were -parked.
. v - -They
released Miss Mattingly
unharmed outside a bus terminal
at Richmond, Va., then they
drove to Alberta, Va., about 15
miles north of the North Caroli Carolina
na Carolina line. There they locked Mon
teith in the trunk of his own
car, stopped a. b 1 a c k Cadillac
driven by 7 a Ion man and forced
him to drive them away.
A general police alarm was
broadcast throughout the south south-eastorivtatejiffltihe
eastorivtatejiffltihe south-eastorivtatejiffltihe J.' X M sid.
Police Said the killers entered
the Jo-Del restaurant here about
10 o'clock last night and drank
two bottles of whisky. An argu argument
ment argument developed oyer their bill;
which came io $20i ,
The restaurant owner, George
P. Kalde, 33, ejected them. But
the two men returned about 2
a.m. just as Kaldes was closing
Police said the killers, one a-
bout 22-and on-about- 45,- s h o
Kaldes to) death at, the door
Then they shot and killed Ken
neth Harlan Fisher, 38, a hillbiljy
guitarist and singer who worked
at the restaurant.
A bullet struck and critically
wounded the bar's blind pianist,
Bernard J. Mainer, 28, who was
sitting on a bar stool.
Police found 11 expended .45
caliber cartridges at the scene.
A short while later the two men
drove up behind a car in north
west Washington in which Mon
teith and Miss Mattingly were
One knocked on the window,
said he was a policeman and or
dered Monteith to open the door.
He was immediately joined by
his companion and they forced
their way into the can-
Miss Mattingly told police they
were armed with a .45 pistol and
a s a wed-off shotgun and were
carrying whisky bottles.
They "ortiered the couple to
drive to Richmond. En route,
Miss Mattingly said, they bragged
of having killed three men, and
Monteith and Miss Mattingly
begged the two men to free
them. They agreed to release
her and let her out of the car
at the Richmond Greyhound bus:
Red Cuns Shell
TAIPEL Dee. it (UP) Com
munist artillery hurled 22 shells
at the Chinese Nationalist outpost
islets of Tatang and Little Quemoy
tonight, causing neither damage
nor reported casualties, the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Defense Ministry said.
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FOR SALE) New Cadillac
1957, Hyd., radio, 200 miles, 4
door hard top, perfect. $5,200
or will consider best offer. Duty
ii paid, you savo $1,200. Tal.
3-3152 Cristibat. .;.'!
FOR SALE: Oldsmobila 1949 1949-DeLuxe.
DeLuxe. 1949-DeLuxe. 545-A Curundu
Heights. Phone 5295.
FOR SALE: Hillmen Califor Califor-nian,
nian, Califor-nian, duty paid, new battery,
good tires, fine condition. Call"
VOUR CEET BTJRTT
trained Chiropodist will relievo
any foot trouble, corns, eallons eallons-sex.
sex. eallons-sex. Ingrown toe nails, foot mas-
1. Arosemena Ave. 33-tl
. Tel. 3-2217
T II illlll M
Gibraltar Life ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 8-0552 :
International Jewelry I
155 Central Ave.
Sunday. Dec 29
Fidanque Travel Service
GUILTYI L. Ewing Scott,' 6i;
shown in court in. Los Anseles
after a jury brought in a verdict
of guilty of first-degree murder
on charges that he killed his
wealthy wife, who disappeared
May 16, 1955. Although her body
has never been found, V- authori authorities
ties authorities contend that the corpus -delicti
need not be proven beyond
a reasonable doubt. ;--
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TVV' : j
feg-- ,,-, I
6mi ok out ok ncra at u-n
lrtun Piaia a CASA fAl So-'ctntrml Ak S LouSdU PHARMACY-
FOR SALE: Boxer puppy A.K.
C. regittcred, house broken,
oars clipped all short. Navy
FOR MALE Mala Boxer Dog
14 monlhs old, accuttomad to
small children. Call Panama 3a.'
Boats b Motors
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE:
Outboard Speedboat, 1 Q h.p.
Evinrude. Sao at Abernathy's or
Io San Bias Isles
Sunday, will mark the first of
the present dry-season tours, or organized
ganized organized bxthe USO-Jewish Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Board Armed Forces Service
Excursionists on the trip to the
San Bias islands, will leave Tocu.
men Airport in two groups.
Those who hold seats on th ori
ginal flight will leave Tocumen
airport at 8 a.m. and return at 6
p.m. as originally scheduled.
Passengers who hold seat on
the extra plane will leave Tocume
airport one hour earlier, at 7 .a.m
and return at 5 p.m. Both planes
are two-motored, commercial
A few places still remain open.
For information about !servatlons
call Balboa 1072, the USO-JWIB office.
Pin iiHLr ni fvixr ; s i n
MSGT. JAMES B. PETERS, of the Albrook AFB Helicopter Reserve Section, received the
Commendation Ribbon from Col, Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook ."-commander; last week forper forper-forming
forming forper-forming outstanding maintenance on H-19 helicopter1 ttiat made an emergency, landing
.near Chorrera In September. The helicopter, was forced down near the water on, the beach
area during low tide. Peter is responsible for expertly accomplishing temporary repairs that
allowed the pilot to move the plane to higher ground before the Incoming tide damaged the
aircraft. Peters, changed the aircraft's, engine under severe conditions .and continual rain.
Lt..CoL Thomas" E. Hallif ax, commander, 5700th Materiel Squadron (left); and t. Col. Mark
T. Mooty, commander, 5700th Operations Squadron observe, the presentation.' ;. : i
. .. ; - ? Of ficiat'USAF Photo)
t iiii if - 4
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A' TRIP to Miraflores Locks was
L.Blitch.-ib-Ga.l1. who .is visitinjt
we Panama une lor isew xonc out nas cancelled ner sauing ana wm spend an aoaiuonai
few days here. She is shown above, second from the left, durinp; a visit to the Locks yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. With her are, left to fight: Robert C Walker, chief of the Internal Security Branch,
Rep. Blitch, Mrs. Walker, and Capt. Peter Grosz, military assistant to the Governor..
,.-ir utrfet.' Panamas I ibrkfia
invu'i i... n i. J c adux
Is Osm. Ave. No. 41 a iOTO DOMV-J.Wo Arwemei.. Ave r.J3S O PABMACIA
I Street PABMACIA. "SAS'-Vta Porras 111 NOVEIMDES ATHIS Bldr
FOR SALE: jl-lneh RCA Vic Victor
tor Victor table model -TV, 25-60 cy cycles.
cles. cycles. Call Fort Clayton. 87-6 1 86.
FOR SALT Nevr reconditioned
10 cm, ft:, refrigerator, all por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, 60 cycle, Call Gatun 566
FOR SALE: REAL BARGAIN,
nice level lot total price: $936,
halt cash,' 10th I St. Rio Abajo.
312 motors. PATTERSON, -No.
15 E 36th. St., facing Finance
FOR SALE: NOW OR NEVER,
only $544 down payriient, one one-bedroorn
bedroorn one-bedroorn cement block house,
$28.00 monthly, 10th. St. Rio
Abaio, city water and light,
RUSH, PATTERSON, 36th. St.
No. 15, facing Ministry of Fi Finance,
nance, Finance, 3-1114.' '
FOR SALE: Hills, Cottage at
Coronado Beach, two bedrooms,
modern.. Improvements, 2 power'
plant, and wall on property.
Excellent viowi "Bargain." Call
FOR SALE: Chalet in La
Cumbres with payment facilities,
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large
diningroom,' hall and porch in
the- garden. Seventh Street,
Number 700. Telephone 2032.'"
Informations Panama Telephone
TAIPEI. Formosa. Dec. 26 (UP)
Wesley C. Haraldson,.; economic
counseor at the American embas embassy
sy embassy in Viet Nam, will rep'ace Jo Joseph
seph Joseph L. Brent as head of the-U.S.
Aid Mission to Nationalist China
next month, the mission announced
today. -,. ;
included on' the itinerary of
the canat Zone this week. She
VitectADitv - iret No. is
M li Coasdlla FARMAC1 W)M
ii cn innl ITkllnr,H-i.lM ruiitral Av
-'-.Sit .. ,,. f ..: .. ... t
FOR SALE: -Savo money! Buy
Clayco buildiag klocks, 4"xl2V 4"xl2V-alZ"They
alZ"They 4"xl2V-alZ"They are aconornical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 -per
thousand.' Clayco fr ATfareria, S.
A.. Via Eipafia No. 37-40.
Phona 3-0160. -
septic tanks and water outlets
in general Insist on Clayco terra
otta pipes, specially made for
such puipoiea, and resistant to
.compression, and acid action.. 4"i
IZ'J pipes at 12 cents each. v
FOR SALE: One Pontiac con convertible,
vertible, convertible, (air tiros, radio. Can
be financed or exchanged for
pickup,! $650. One radio Hal-.
Jicrafter 5X28 21 tubes, $100.
3 Ea. new recap tires, 650x16.
One electric plant. Ona 1955
BuickSpecial Rivera. Two sets
dummy weights Olympic, 65 Lbs.
oa. Faw items household goods.
Tel. 2-5174 Panama.
Dies At Home
BERLIN, Deft ,-27 (UP)-East
German; deputy Premier Otto Nu Nu-schke,
schke, Nu-schke, 74, died today at his home
in near East Berlin, the -West Ber
lin "Information Bureau west
Nuschke, chairman of the east
lone fellow travelling Christian
Democrats, for years closely fol
lowed Communist lines ana iaen-
tified himself with the Communist
East zone regime.
There as n6 immediate Offi
cial confirmatioijv'Ior the pfivate
intelligence organization s report
-5 Conwesswoman Ren. ; Iris
was to have sailed today on
drawer "a, Diablo
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
500 color bateas colomMJ.'i.
sign, 400 for decorating dining
and living rooms.' Arts of the
America. Ave. Nacional No. 47.
Second Local CI
Of 'Rolling Along'
A second mmhi tt c a..
a I ""'""ny stage snow ''Bo lmg
Along of 1957." i 1 8
,puc; Jack N- Elchroth of vthe
79th Armv Band Pnrt nu
replacing the lead saxaphone play player
er player who was unable to make the
The 90 minute spectacular cur currently
rently currently on tout in the Canal Zdne,
a so, includes Pfc; Ronald Haskins
alot t 4U HniL A .
-w yi uic mm Army Dana. Has Haskins
kins Haskins IS an Outstanding clnrinpt anH
'.: l.--' -.
HUK LEADER NABRcn
MANILA' (UP) Armv intelll-
gence agents captured Communist
Huk leader Peregnno Taruc while
he was visituig his ailing wife- and
three children Wednesday night, it
was announced todav
Taruc offered rfsi.qtan(a
when two armed ( Officers broke
"to the apartment rented by his
uiuuici, in iuanua xor me unnst-
TWO AIRMEN of the 5700th-Materiel 'Squadron aV Albrook
received Extension Course ; Institute diplomas frpm. ; their -squadron
commander, Lt. Col.' Thomasi E. Hallifax recently,
Alc Frank Gibson (left) completed the airframe, repairman,
course, and TSgt.v Robert M.-WndJer finished the aircraft
reciprocating engine mechanics -course.. Tho USAF Institute
provides forirtal study for military and 'civilian '-personnel to
improve their- job" proficiency. "Official USAF. Photo)
Everybody loves Le' Girls, another wonderful movie
from the producer "Hifh Society. It'i furious non-stofr
tan with tue one and only Gene Kelly, three beautiful rirltf
and fie brand new Cole Porter tunes! See METRO GOLD GOLD-VtTTN
VtTTN GOLD-VtTTN MA VER "LES GIRLS" WHICH OPENS ON JANUARY
1st AT THE LUX.
3 -minute car wash $1. steam'
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of v
j ear $6. Au to-Bafio, Trans-Istfc-mian-
Highway near SearkJ -.j ... v
, M l ,; lf4
EE-PICK UP AND DELIVERY4
on T V., Hi-Fi. Radio anal ;
: Phonographs. Sam day saryict- -"ft
call is recieved by 7:00 p.m.
, W., hava traniiiters for 1957 1
and 58 automobile radios. Phon Y
' Panama, 3-7607 U. SJ TelavU
aion. i v 4
" 1 11 1 i fn .. ;
Tha best dinner, and drink
'ar served in our, modern air.
conditioned vcafeteria grill and
b Hotel .Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 da Mayo."
For the best TV service call
Dick, phone 1479 Colon until
, 7;00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
Picked Up Aj Sea
By Italian Boat
I ' P U
.'CHTOdCrA JTtalv Tiai.
Four Yugoslav 'refueecs who,
Went nearly two diys adrift In the
driatic Sear afjer- 1iie.ir escape
a rarr out of fuel were picked
UP" today,, by the 'Itaiian- fishing
The Yugoslavs, akUled me-
khanics, were1- suffering; from ex-
jusure oui otnerwise- were un
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DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
To loam your "FortuiMp'' for toooy from tho tttrt, wriu te tho lotMr.
of I ha alphabot corratpondioc to th. numoraU on tho Ha. of tho ootro-
logical period in whkh you wtrt born. You will And it fun. 'i
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Okf gcafc True Life Adventures
MHTU CS0 .l
o-a a iar K-.v i 'irt
A.BV OTTER'S TRAJSPDRTATION TO THE
WATER FOR HIS FIRST BEACH fAKI 1X9
. UPON MOTHER'S BACK.
8M. L .BBk,.1 a
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T.O. U.O. Ht ML
C an m
"I'm neutral! I'm going steady with both of them !n I
- .i I i li . i r 1 ;
s THB WATER
' MOTHER'S BACK
.; SHE, 6UBHER3ES AVI?
LETS HIM STRIKE
OUT FOR HIMSEL-F.
But she's aj-wavs oki
THE ALERT FOR TROUBLE.
Faltering i Philip:
luftrvy til to lAtetf arttk ftnriMt. 1
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atn Mill tetve bta hone (fit. r.
4 Cteooirw. Hot tho rrtif rt
AfOVAS PANAMA AfiWA KS
'rvilAMI-SAN FRANCISCO 124.70
v Panama Panama-San
San Panama-San Francisco
Today's JY Program
l li Imluatiy Oa Parade
IM Eyo On New York
.t:H, Talent Scouts
4:30 Werern Marahal
I :M rush Gor4oa
I SO PANORAMA
T:S Arthur Murray
I m Robert Mantfomary aiaainti
00 Burn an. Allan
:S Walter WicaU
10.00 WreetJing k
a cm Nsvrs
11:1 Frktajr Nifht Theatre:.
, Badmaa'a Gold .
' Curtesy of Aereriu FanamA Airway.
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057: 3-1693 3-163J
p M ' .
'K'J i rv i
1 ' I 1 f w I j v
' MELBOURNE, ec. 27 (UP).
j,a oWralikn tennis, and
American DICK-UD cam nuy in wic ia wuji w.......
"und doub"s match? enablingthe Aussies to walk ..if-ith the
famed mo for the third straight year. : ,m
Rnse aonearinc in his first challence round match since
M51 paiVed Wifully with Anderson in routing .Vio, Seiws o
Philadelphia and husky Barry MacKay of Dayton, 0hioCin
atrairht sZ 6-4, 6-4, 8-6 to give the Aussies an unbataW
Si-0 lead in the best-of-nve series.
Australia whipped the United
States 5-0, in, each of the last
two challenge round matches and
caV complete another whi ewash
job' by winning tomorrow s con concluding
cluding concluding singles 'exhibitions
Billy Talbert, non-playmg c a p p-tain
tain p-tain of the U.S. squad, lost one
rfHhe biggest gambles of his life
wfen he cho e 22-year-old Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay to team ith Seixas in to
dVs back-tp-the-waU match
h traveled half-way around the
Mu K nrtme DUrpOSe 01
Gardnar wuuwy j' 1h
world for the prime purpose oi
?. u.in fhis doubles match
Sut Talbert switchedto Mackay
who was appearing in his first
challenge round, because of the
young giant's powerful showing in
Hosing effort against Anderson
in" the opening singles mftcJ mftcJ-However,
However, mftcJ-However, Mackay just wasn t
"j: u .nH ne ther was
lelxas. a seven-year veteran of
Girls 7, Boys 6
J Fourteen babies including a set
of boy and girl twins were born
t Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight Dec.
The twins, were born Dec. 15 to
Sgt. and Mrs. Harold, Randolph,
.-During the same period, 80 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 83
l . J t..n tn the fnllow-
names wero v -"
in. "icivi v-r -t, ---
. Solo son; Sp? and Mrs. Charles
Meyers, of Coco Souto, son, bgt.
and Mrs. Joseph Romenick. of
' tulick Heights, daughter; and Sgt.
and Mrs. Gerard Saltus, of Coco
; paDies. wer? poiu. i iuc v
f kit parents, ranamam"
' ienship: i Mr,-and Mrs. Ge r 1J
Roberts.! of Colon, son; Mr., and
tl-s. Vincent Blackman, ol Colon.
.. Mr and Mrs. Clinton re-
ins, of Colon, daughter; Mr. and
- Mrs. Marciano Batista, of Colon,
. daughter', Mr. ana Mrs.
Worrell, of Colon, daughter; Mr.
' and Mrs. Francisco iBustamante,
of Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Jtafael Petiton, of Colon, son; ana
' m ni Mrs. Livala Bailey, of
Rainbow City, daughter.
Wcsthci- Or Not
This weather report for the
1 ?4 Clours ending a.m. today.
Trenared bv the Meteorolo Meteorolo-ricat
ricat Meteorolo-ricat and Hydrographle
Branch of the Panama Canal
" : Balboa Cristobal
High ... ..
. Ixw .........
' (max. mph) NW-14
(inner harbors) 80
SATURDAY, DEC. 28
i8:17 a.m 2:22 a.m.
t:44 pan. 2:36 p.m.
FODAYU 0 S
v 1:99, 2:47. 4:51, 8:15, 8:59
J A searching study of
, women's souls, torn be-
tween lusty desire and
tea i an via
Mervyn Rose, the 'forgotten
the Davis Cup wars, to handle
the' Aussies on this warm, 'sun
shiny days on the famed Kooyopg
Painstaking work of many
months on the part of Mrs.
Ruby Richardson of Lincoln,
Neb., resulted in this tiny sam sample
ple sample of 'glamor clothing for dolls.
Made from feathers shed by her
pet parakeet over the years, the
dress won Mrs. Richardson a
50-dollar bond in a national
doll-dressing contest sponsored
by the National Dressing Insti Institute
tute Institute in connection with the New
York March "of Dimes. The doll
is on display in New York.
'Red Star1 Says
Jet Pilot Flew
To 12-Mile Height
' LONDON, Dec 27 (UP) A
Russian Air Force pilot in H "stan-
Hdt-rf tat fiehtpr aircraft" has
flown to a height of over 12 mile,
Moscow radio reported today
The radio ouoted the Soviet Ar
niy paper "Red Star The paper
reported that "immediately after
taking 6K,; k the "pilor, squadron
leader Mikhaiuk, flew almost ver
tically to a height of 12 miles.
Then, feeling that bis aircraft
had still not reached its limit, he
went even higher, the radio said.
Next In Russia
LONDON, Dec. 27 (UP) Radio
Moscow reported today that Rus
sian engineers were working on
vertical-takeoff jet fighters and
bombers like those under develop
ment in the JJ.S. armed forces.
A hrnadcast Quoting test pilot
Tury Garnayev said one Soviet ex
perimental plane had no wings ana
no tail. It gave no details.
LONDON. Dec. 27 (UP) Radio
Mncmw rpnorted todav that Sput
nik I would complete its 1,272nd
revolution around the earth late
tonight. Sputnik II wiU complete
its 758th revolution at idoui ine
4- A A--
! 'om mn
HIS WEIGHT Buddy Hoop Hoop-err
err Hoop-err 8, catches a 46 H -pound
chanael bass in the surf at
Avon, N.C, near Cape Hat-;
teras. The 'fish is just .about
as bit as ha is.
GETTING -HIS NOTICE Singing star Elvis" Presley is read reading
ing reading ah unexpected "greeting" a -notice-to-report for mili military
tary military Induction Jan. 20, at his home in Memphis, Tenn. A
Hollywood studio 'official said he would ask for a postpone postponement
ment postponement of the Induction so Presley can make a scheduled movie.
By WILLIAM EWALD
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)
Until I became a TV reviewer,
Christmas and I got along fine.
I used to hum .This-thc-season-
to-be-jolly, and await the. pall -of
Amahl and the Night Visitors, and
deck' my halls with boughs of hol holly;
ly; holly; and when a TV star would
twinkle his mascaraed eyes at me
and chuckle "Merry Christmas,"
why, I'd just get all warm inside
and chuckle right back.
But I ten you, Christmas 1957
and I have had it.
SQUIRRELS INFEST SET
I've been watching Christmas
on television for more 'han a week
now and I figure I've been wished
54 "seasons greetings" and 18
"haDDv holidays." There have
hpen so many trees on TV this
past week that I had to chase a
family of squirrels out oi my sei,
I know the words of "Winter Won
derland" better than I do the
pledge of allegiance. I've watched
Christmas ulavs and Christmas
rnmmprrials and Christmas sta
tion breaks. And NBC, CBS and
ABC, I want you to know l m oeai
There were some TV Christmas
moments I enioyed. I thought last
Saturday's Perry Como Show was
done witn tasie ana imaBinauuu.
And thrt were "Wide, Wid
World" holiday visits inside h
penitentiary at Leavenworth,
Kins., and a reformatory at
Chillicothe, Ohio, that struck an
TUNIS. Tunisia. Dec 27 (UP)
cucidant Hah h Roureuiba de
manded today that France withi
draw all O lis 4U,uuu remaining
troops from T u; n i s i a by next
i u on
Tht, deadline set by Bourguiba
u the uprond anniversary of this
North African country's independ-.
ence from France, j ;
Bourgiiiba,; : p e a it $ a m nis
weokiv radio address to the na
tion, said: the French had placed
obstacles" in the path of
onrrnt Franco-Tumsian' negotia
tions ior withdrawal ,01 ,,rencn
troops.- ., 't . .-one.
one. .-one. of these snacs. the Tunisian
leader said, was French insistence
that evacuation oi cerxam Dases
r Hiavrt for -six months. Bour
guiba insisted that he wanted the
soldiers out oy warcn u.
Annihpr "obstacle. ne saiu,
was a request uuv cb
guard stay behind .for v the pro-
tecuon ot air oases. -
Bourguiba called this request
inarroDtablel because it "touched
on the principle of independence."
He said the new Tunisian army
must take over this guard iass.
CHICAGO. Dec. 2T fUPl The
nation't Christmas traffic aeaw
toll was more thin. M per cent
higher than the figure forecast, a
United Press survey showed today.
The death count covering the
period from p.m. Tuesday until
midnight Christmas uay iiooa ai
222. Th National Salety council
had. estimated only 180 fatalities.
Miscellaneous accident claimed
28 lives and 28 persons" died in
fires, making the overall to.
- Ohio. led the nation in traffic
deaths with 28. New York aa it;
Ca'ifornia, 4 jm i c h i g a n,. 12:
Washington, 11, and Oklahoma. 1.
But for the most part, the vast
several days are blurred in my
mind. I seem to remember Jame3
Stewart on "G. E. Theater" in a
western version of a "Christmas
Carol and I seem to remember,
too, Jim Bowie and the Pirate
Jean Lafitte seeking refuse at an
inn where Christmas was being
celebrated. But this must be mad
ness on my part. Let it pass.
I do recall that Richard Bonne
celebrated the holiday in 1 two
ways. Last Thursday, on 'Cli 'Climax"
max" 'Climax" he was a detective trying to
crack a case so he could net home
for Christmas. He finally made it
on Saturday, but this time,
strangely, he was "Have Gun, Will
Travel" and he was celebrating a
i-razy yuie wnn some rawnee In
JSddie Fisher sang "Let It
Snow" on NBC-TV s and over at
cub-TV, Ed Sullivan almost wound
up smothered in the stufftons of
it all over his stage. That's tele
Lowell Thomas didn't d so
bad by snow either ho wound
up in tho Arctic on "High Ad Ad-vonfuro."
vonfuro." Ad-vonfuro." Pat Boone sang Christmas Car Carols.
ols. Carols. So did Frank Sinatra, Bing
v.rosDy, uiseie Mackenzie, Ten
nessee Ernie Ford, Dinah Shore,
uizzy iean, astner wruiams, Pat
ty MacCormack .and all sorts of
smiling, people ori the Lawrence
Ward Bond wished me "happy
holiday" while his sidekick on
"Wagon Tram," Robert Horton,
was caught in a windstorm in
bioux country with Dan Duivea.
thought it rather a giddy bit of be
havior on the part of Bond at the
Jack Oakie grinned at ne r.t the
end of Wednesday, night's "Kraft
Theater" and said "Merry Christ
mas." And then -Ralph Edwards
came on with a guest who looked
like Santa Claus and Edwards
wished me "Merry Christmas,'
HARRIMAN GREETS FIRST NEGRO STEWARDESS New
York Gov. Averell Harlan greets Ruth Taylor of New York
as she steps from e Mohawk Airlines plane at Albany. Miss
Tavlor l the first Keero to become, a stewardess on any of
.. the nation's airlines. A graduate nurse, she's 25 years old. i
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FRANKFURT, i. Germany. Dec
27 (UP) The U.S. Army in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, after a year of streamlin
ing, will enter the new year pack packed
ed packed with a punch capable of fight fighting
ing fighting a minor or full-scale war at a
Highlight of army's activity In
1957 was the re-organization of
the commands five divisions, three
armoured cavalry regiments, and
one armoured group, into a new
battle concept designed to 'cope
with atomic or non-atomic thrusts.
Under commahder-in chief Gen.
H. I. Hodes it took on the pentom pentom-ic
ic pentom-ic look In the old year with a core
of five jseif -contained, highly mo-
bile battle groups..
Combat Readiness reached ::n
all-time peak with troops spend spending
ing spending 50 per cent of their time in
Armed with Honest John rock
ets, Corporal guided missiles and
280-mm guns, the ,u.i. Army in
urope is readied itself ior any ag
During the year,. Armj, Secret
ary Wilber M. Brucker, Defense
Secretary Neil H. McElroy, and
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Maxwell
D. Taylor were top-ranking visit
ors to the European U.S. Army,
1957 also saw it take part in
two major maneuvers -- the
nine-nation command "Lion Noir".
and September's ''Counterpunch.
Three US Mothers
To VIsil Sons t
In Red China
NEW YORK, leC. Z7. (Ul )
Three American mothers will
leave here New Year's day to visit
their sons who are 'Prisoners of
me vuuiesw vii, r"
closed today r..i.,..
Mre. auw AeuiniHiu, ui
N.,y., said she and I Mrs. John
uowiiey, ,ui iiew- xniaui, vuuii.,
and Mrs. Philip G. Fecteau, Oi
Lynn, Mass., had held a "con
ference" to decide on the depar
"We nlan to eet awav about
noon on New Year's day," Mrs.
Redmond said. "We are all very
exicited about the whole thing?
She said all three had been
"busy getting things together, tak taking
ing taking shots and everything." They
hope to reach Hong Kong Jan. 4.
None has seen her son for more
than five years.
Mrs. Redmond's son, Hugh Red Redmond,
mond, Redmond, 38, a representative of an
American import-export firm in
Shanghai, was convicted six years
ago of spying and was sentenced
to life imprisonment. John T.
Downey, 27, and" Philip G. Fec Fecteau,
teau, Fecteau, 30, both civilian employes
of the U. S. Army, also were con convicted
victed convicted of spying. Downey ;, was
sentenced to life imprisonment,
and Fecteau to 20 years,
i .-. : t. ',v'
Mrs. Redmond said they planned
to take clothinff for their sons.
"We .understand they have had
some pretty mean temperatures
and they can use clothing more
than anytning eise, f sire saw.
Mrs. Redmond, wno wonts in a
public school cafeteria, said she
had not received a iener irom ner
son in more than 18 months. She
understood he had been stricken
with beri ben and had lost most
of his teeth. f
The three mothers will visit
their sons under relaxation of a
State Department ban on travel to
China. Relatives of three other
Americans held prisoner by the
Communists also would be permit
ted to visit them but have not in
dicated vet whether they planned
to make the trip.
Britons Respond With Affection; Pride
LONDON. -Dee. 2T (UP)
Britons responded with affection
and -pride y e s t erday to their
Queen s televised Christ.mas mes
sage Many felt ghe had replied to
her critics with a" "ruddy good
. Quean plixabeth defended her
self In effective and lady-like
fashion aoalntt those who have
been eriticiiing her and the Roy Royal
al Royal -court. ,. ., r
She told her people she could
not 'lead you ; into ; battle" or
make their laws or mete out jus
tice, Jbut she said, she could fight
to her own w.ay "for everything we
know is right."
She. also called for world peace
and an ever-growing unity in the
Bui for many. Britons it was not
what she said, but what she was,
that counted.' t
"My people all tat around ithe
television much more touched
than you can understand unless
yen ere British' London
, ;' ji. il j .. ", v 1 ".
Nix Israeli's Bid
For German Subs
BONN. Germany. Dec. 27 (UP)
The West German government
almost certainly will reject any
Israe'i move td get submarines
or other arms from this country,
informed sources said, today. r
The sources saidi Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's regime did not
want to ieonardize its oosition in
the .Middle East by suppiymg
arms' either to the Arab states or
to Israel, r.
IsraeliFrm re r David Ben Ben-Gurion
Gurion Ben-Gurion told the Parliament in
Jerusalem Tuesday that he t was
planning to send a, high-level mis
sion to West Germany m an ef effort
fort effort to purchase arms. He hinted
,kn.rM. tH rn.M the. DMarilH
i". r,,'".u'mf -,t-d
1, there ?wa, n0 officfal know
. ledge here of such a mission. He
said no comment would be forth-
fomihg until a formal IsraeU
m Israel, where a premature
leak of the arms mission plan
. . . t. 1 .. a L ..S ii :
causea a caDinei crisis. 11 was
disclosed that Defense Ministry
Secretary-General Simon Peres,
had left for an undisclosed Eu
ropean destination; It was not
known whether this trip was con-J
nected. with the. arms procurement
Officials in Bonn, predicting
failure Of an Israeli arms mis.
sion, said that if the West Ger
mans supplied Israel with arms,
even on a strictly commercial
basis, the Arab states were likely
to retaliate with diplomatic and
They pointed out that Arab na
tions undoubtedly would set up
diplomatic relations with. Commu
nist .East 'Germany, a move West
I.' 1... !J
vtermauy is aoxioua 10 avoia.
Allegedly Driving ;
. Germans To Drink
BERLIN. Dec 2T fUPV-A studv
information that has filtered
iu-ougn ne iron uunam in recent
weeks indicated today that com
munism was driving people to
drink. : ? ,.-
Repressive measures announced
in various -places suggested that
increasing numbers of people in
IRussia. Red Poland, Soviet Ger
many and other European satel
lites were-turning to, hard liquor
Not for relaxation or pleasure.
Just to get drunk, as quickly as
possible. :vi ; ,:w:
It appeared thft they were drink
ine to escape the constant drone
of Red propaganda and the harsh
realities of police-state lif e.
The young people wno spear
headed resistance to Russian rule
in Germany,. Poland, Hungary and
in less well-publicized uprisings, in
other satellite states appeared also
to be heading the rush to the oar.
The Problem was especially
acute in Germany, normally an
abstemious nation. Alcoholism was
no particular issue in West Ger
many, but east oi tne iron curtain
intoxicated,. persons were a com common
mon common sight ,in bars and on the
streets. ..'.', r -' v
The prosecutor office in Red
Berlin, blaming excessive drinking
for the upsurge in teen-age crime.
threatened severe punishment for
bartenders' Caugnt serving liquor
to juveniles. ;
Communist autnoritles in oer oer-tnanv
tnanv oer-tnanv hive been reoorted oreoar-
ing to raise the legal drinking age
from 16-to 18.-
They have acted to limit the sale
of hard liquor in railway stations.
Effective Jan. 1; the sale of strong
drink at trackside counters will be
prohibited, although it still will he
available in station restaurants.
Germany's Communist food min
istry has announced that it will
publish a soft-drink recipe book.
apparently in Dopes of improving
the quality of the unpalatable soft
drinks now available in the Soviet
Tfe- extent of the swing to ako-
hold in Communist German was
demonstrated craohicaiiy oy a
dairy on one of the main streets of j
Berlin.-. ,- v
Although its sign advertised.
"Butter. Fees and Milk". Jts show
window was crammed with bottles
oi high-powered local gin.
Elizabeth's Christmas Message
vanity studant Ted Clbbt said.
"What.I'hked most though was
the way she explained ner role in
society today. The point is that she
is a symbol of what we knowN is
right and .she leads ns in mat di
rection. 1 : v,
"She reaUy shot back at her
critics. After hearing her, my dad
said to me,1 'Ruddy good show
that' and that's just what it was."
Cockney cab driver Harry. Jleb Jleb-den
den Jleb-den put his reaction this way;
' V ":,-,i:::
"I vote Labor evary timet But
there's .vrtothing like our Qoaan.
vNo president Could talk Kke that
and mean, what be means; w to
.everyone.'.:, v.vv.-.. ''.,''';
A young. Iblue-heimeted ? Xondon
policeman commented, "don't
know much abciut politics or any anything'
thing' anything' like that." But any,Engllsh any,Engllsh-man
man any,Engllsh-man who doesn't feel inspired nd
proud when the Queen talks to the
PAWS FOR "RAYER-Head reverently bowed, "Mike" the
pooch receives a blessing from the Rev E. Cart Lyon during a
pet find hobby show in Washington, D. C, as his owner, Mary
Beth Schulleis.13, looks on. Described as f'iust all American"
in breed by Mary Beth, ,"Mike" won the trick, dog event at tjhe-r
show in the Blessed Sacrament School. ',
HISTORIC FIND This well-preserved skeleton, estimated tot
be at least 4,500 years old, is one of a number discovered during!
excavation work for a new building in Butzbacb, Gmany.i
,' The G.I.'s are Pfc;. Charles Mercer, left, -of Atlanta, Ga, and
', Sfc. Albert Trevillon of Chicago. They are members of the 63rdi ,,
Pioneer Batallion which : aided in uncovering the .skeletons
dating from the Stone Age The German civilian are Helmut'
' Behr, left, of the Hessian State Museum and Friednch Moeller,
keeper of the Butebach city archives. r x
AVA GARDNER -MEL
mi ii t Tr f-nrm
fuwi 1 DARRYL P. ZANUCK-S'
Commonwealth at r Christmas i
crackers." : Mj;&..-the-"- a
A man from one of the v Island
outposts of that far-flung I Com)
mon wealth, unemployed Ja maicait
Will McKeni:e, prefaced his re
marks with an aside.': ',V "V ft
. A "l coma to London to eet betU
I t.. Jiu,.l,tt..L. ..!J 111 l'
t n, ; n U, mil ,l fji
.-unci is worse .weainer?,i,fi.;..;i: -i
"But: I like to hear Qucen.
makes you feel you're part ; m
something not just all' alone. f
also liked the Christmas calypse
they, broadcast from Jamaica aft
er the -Queen, finish." ,"
J Perhaps : most eloquent was7
middle-aged London ichoolmarmji
also a mother of two children.. K
"It may seem strange to a
American' she said, ?"but we feet
the Queen, thet way 11 she spends;
Christmas and all her other ac
tivities, emphasize the fact thafr
she is just Jike us," Ut,. JL
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