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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1957
9 AN INDEPENDENT HEX-
V. CANADIAN WlllfKY Ctt& j
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Krushchev Rushes Kremlins
East-West 'Peace Campaign
xextinms. Dec. ZD (UP). Niklta Khrushchev is push
inr the Kremlin's latest East-West "peace"; campaign in private
as well as in public it-,was disclosed today -H'- ') sv
The-Soviet Communist Party boss,, diplomatic Informants
mA. outlined the Soviet Union's latest strategy Dec, 3 during
at social chat with U.S. ambassador Llewellyn Thompson. The,
4 scene .-was a Kremlin reception lor. Burmese officials visiting
Thii was m week before Soviet ambassador Georgi N. Za Za-'roubinthnrried'to
'roubinthnrried'to Za-'roubinthnrried'to the State Department with .'. special ,15-paj;e
? letter tor President JEisenhower from Soviet : Premier! Nikolai
Buieanlru Khrushchev's eomments to ThoPson forecast the
contents, of Bulganins letter proposing:' top-level East. West
talks V. br-.K" k" i
With Some other diplomats eavesdropping, Khrushchev sug sug-gested
gested sug-gested t Thompson that the Soviet Union, and United States
'Sign a long.range friendship treaty.
j iBulganin proposed a 20-year pact
i two years ago to Kisenhower
IJie presiaeni lunieu ii uowii un
grounds such a pact would "create
the illusion that a stroke ot a pen
could achieve results that could ac actually
tually actually be attained1 only by a change
of spirit'1 i
Khrushchev also prooosed that
neither i country interfere in the
internal affairs of the other,, and
further that there! be no outside
interference at all in the affairs
of either-capitalist or communist
1 it d
Sets Out Tb Sea
In Novel Craft
I t ifi."n1ovina- Panama's hosi-i-
'...'! '.' far. nme months a dapper
- Danish sea' captain left' tha Isth
mus yerterday aboard his steel
-' Capt. Walther Westborf ; who s
- Out to revolutionize che shipping
inrfiietrv hv orovine ihe .value oi
' using only steel lifeboat on- rts,
" eels" first' arrived in Cristobal in
; April. , v"
Since that time the fed-hded
skipper has tied up his 22.8 ft.
era t on both sides of ,tns Isth Isthmus;,)
mus;,) Isthmus;,) and sailed away yesferdy
'frmothe Diablp Spinning ; C ru b
, In th interim Westb6'rg picked
ndii inhs. nainted ha boat
and made other minor repairs to
' the Rescuer which is now Donnl
' n Piintarenal then AcapUICp,
s" anr eventually hack' to it home
port of Denmark. J:
. Y' "Thniisanris nf sailors .'and I'sn-
ermen are lost each year." ?Vest-
1 -.14 i,..t Wn ho toft hprt.
"and I Want the world,. U know
that there is omethinj' that can
be done tqsave thesa needless
l' Besides re-designingithe lifecraft
to conform with the pjans ot tne
Dsna- Rescuer, Westbor is con convinced
vinced convinced that the laws must first
be changed to require steel jife jife-bofets
bofets jife-bofets to be used. Ha intends to
startiwith his native-Denntirk.
Westborg, an old-timer at, sea sea-tfavel,
tfavel, sea-tfavel, and the son, o a light
house captain, finds "Ufa on his
little craft far from lonely.
However, before xhovin? off yes yesterday
terday yesterday he admitted that he had
picked up "soma kind of little
monkey" (as a -souvenir of Pa Panama)
nama) Panama) that will keep him com company
pany company in the long days ahead at
This idta has baan turned down
by th Wast in th past as of no
raal valua bacausa of Communist
American officials believe any
such American-Soviet accord would
mean the West is writing off its
hopes that Eastern European sat-,
ellite nations eventually will be
free of Communism. 4
Khushchev also made a strong
pitch to Thompson on the desira
bility of broader trade relations be
tween the United States and Rus
sia, as well as between juast ana
' The Unittd Statts has lad the
fight to kttp allied -controls n
trade with th Soviat -Union and
-if aafeltitas. -Emfthatis has
placcd on control over mtril
of pottntial war UMiby the Com Communists.
munists. Communists. V-j
On another touchy East-West
point Khrushchev said the reunifi
cation of Communist-East Germa
ny and West Germany should be
left to the Germans to work 'out.;
This is a familiar Soviet argument
which has not been accepted by
the West. M
Khrushchev also touched on the
need for disarmament, measures
in the nuclear age and the nef d to
keep nuclear weapons from
spreading in Europe, it was said.
State Department reactioi to
Khrushchev's chat with Thompson
was that it contained "nothing
new." This was the same reaction
ATTORNEY, GENERAL Hermo
opn dm la Rosa today ordered
that five nersons be (Summoned for
questioning in connection wun ine
assasmauon ot rresiaeni josb ,n
Remon on Jan. 2, 1955.
Tn addition, de la Rosa also-re
quested, the Ministry of Govt, and
Justice io assign a detective to his
Tht names Of thaifiva parsons
to ba sum monad Tomas G. Mon Mon-tare;
tare; Mon-tare; Juan J. Conzalai, Julio San San-Umaria,
Umaria, San-Umaria, Frellan Villartal and
Carlos da Leon all appear on
documontsturmd over to tho At Attorney
torney Attorney General by attorney Feli Felipe
pe Felipe J Escobar on behalf of ; ax ax-Pridnt
Pridnt ax-Pridnt Jot Ramon Guiiado.
The documents, which include
CODies of letters, newspaper clip-
Dines and a 38-page report of an
investigation, conducted by New
York criminologist Russell Cha
tham, were turned over to de la
Rosa In the hope tney wouia db a-
ble to throw some light on tne
mystery of President Remon s as
sassination, ,. 4
to Bulganin's letter received mere
The National Assembly met tin-
til 1 a.m. today to approve the
1958 budget, before going on their
Christmas Vacation. The new budg-;
et wa fixed at $58,790,000. ; x J
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DASHING THROUGH THE GRASS.,, with a f few-horse open sleigh are two children who
found a Christmas wonderland at Santa Claus Lane In Balboa. (Photo: Hindi Diamond)
xne Assemoiy a nai vacauvn . .-v i v. i,,
"jS'i4 Wair Of Test Mules iFrom- teTourneail
To uebark MrUamboa un v-nnsrmas tve
Thfablbid daily- La Hora to
day achoad prediction"" by Chiri Chiri-jul
jul Chiri-jul Tie wspa pars that ax-Prasi-dants
Jote Ramon Guiiado and
Arnulfo Ariat will axert contid contid-arable
arable contid-arable Influence in the I960 elec election
tion election and that Ruben O. Mir
would run for a seat in the As-sembly.
Delivery of the two experimen
tal towing locomotives to the Ca
nal is now scheduled for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve, according to informa information
tion information received from the manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, R. G. LeTourneu, Inc., of
The new; towing devices have
been shinned aboard the S.S. Ge
nevieve Lykes from Houston.
a .t.i:j ij. i,.i.j me vessel la io u-uve m
A morning tabloid today quoted ..u.i t..j. a ,.,ni ,mmoHi.
Comptroller General Roberto Heur- begTn 'a partial transit ot
ternatte as indicating to the N;'the eanai( going to the mooring
tional Assembly Wedensday that fn J r.,m)w ,hnra thp
Panama would have to refund liq- nrortoino niirisinrt'a floatinz crane
uor importers more than $1,000,000 Hercules 'will lift them oft the
in excise auty next year on aico- Khin
An extensive test period has
been scheduled before the new
devices are placed in service.
During this time Locks Division
personnel will be assigned for
training in their operation ant
Dec. 10. : -'t
However the United States heed heeded
ed heeded the views' of its allies at the
just-ended Paris Atlantic allibnce
conference and has agreed to seek
talks with the Russians. 4
holic beverages sold to CanaLZone The locomotives weigh about'- 60
esiaousnmems ana inaiviauais. tons each and are being brought
mis year's refund figure was t9 be Canal Zone as deckload on
estimated at approximately $700,- the Lykes ship.
May Go To Jury
President Wife Give 'n Lale Afternoon
Photo of Green Room
To Staff Members
WASHINGTON, Dec 20 (IM- President Ejsen Ejsen-hower
hower Ejsen-hower returned from the NATO summit conference' in
Pons today to prepare the American people for the sgcri sgcri-fices
fices sgcri-fices necessary to meet Russia's challenge to a missile missile-jittery
jittery missile-jittery world.
The President's Diane, the Cofumhin III u.'t:
drizzling rain at 9:33 a.m. after a flinht 'f 01 fcAi.-.k
and 19 minutes over the great circle route from Europe.
The big ship bucked 80 mph headwinds, delaying his
arrival by three hours and necessitating an .extract-fuel.
mg stop at Harmon Air Force Base, Newfoundland. "l
Col. William G. Draoer. the rnlnmkm.1 .rj
the unscheduled refueling stop was made to be on the
conservative side." He said that at th timA Urm ......
very bad weather forecast for Washington. ".
ine rresiaenr, described by associates es "roarina
around like a rocket" after the
tl"Iueferii to Pa'VPP"fntly was well recoverd
"v"! irwR aurrerea jiere last month. ;
" He Vft 'greeted by Jfice-preMof JBoviei rocket ann ruit...
dent Richard anflra bWnS """"t ft'
ciaJa and dlnJomatlr. rnresnta-(rir--r"0." -" w nuclear
j. r tt-- i rr av-cu iur ; 1,(1 Kam., TRflrl-imlu
n.TGf 4 "nationaflsoc'at-
forces bv having, aooti .u.
country do th. tow
V ,M.Sim. Cl t '.'.v. .-,(,. n
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-j 'Closet Burglar'
Is Now Facing
5 Felony Charges
'. BIDDING ADinJ to Panama after a cine-month star here Is
WaJther Westborg, Danish sea captain who sailed away yes yes-'
' yes-' tfrdav on hia steel Iceboat after fixing It up. and tioir.? odd
Jobs while tied up at Isthmian docks on both sides of the
Isthmus. He made many friends during his sojourn here.
""ato; Hindi Diamvnd)
The machines will be placed
on the deck of the floatin? crane
or a barge and will be moved to
Gatun within the next two days,
No work is planned on Christmas
A representative from tne ia
Tourneau firm is expected to ar
rive early next week to supervise
in the unloading ana in tne as assembly.
sembly. assembly. )
Four charees of burglary, and( The towing locomotives will be
one of returning to the Canal Zone unloaded onto the center wall at
after deoortation were lodeed yes- Gatun Locks for assembly, whieh
terday against a 25-year-old .Pana-Hs expected to take about o n e
manian xwho was traoned in the:weex.
closet of a Balboa home. There po
lice caught him.
The defendant, Juan Gonzalez Is
in jail in default of posting bail
which totals $2,500. His case was
bound over for trial in U.S. Dis
trict Court at Ancon.
Gonzales is chareed with break
ing into three Balboa homes and Executive Secretary and Admiais-
Cunindu residence between Dec. tranve Assistant to tne trovernor
In Good Condition
Forrest G. Dunsmoor, Deputy
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
Santa Claus came to the white
House today six days early.
More than 1,100 staff members,
newsmen who cover the White
House and others received their
gift from President and Mrs.
Eisenhower. It was a colored
nhotoeraoh of the mansion's
famed Green Room.
The photographs bore a repro
duced inscription that said: With
best wishes for a happy .loliday
season." They also bore the re
produced signatures: "Dwigb D.
Eisenhower" and "Mamie Doud
11 and Dec. 14.
Police said Gonzalez cut
screen and entered three of
houses while the occupants slept
He was captured at 2:35 a.m.
last Saturday in the Balboa home
of Preston Gau after he mistook a at his home
closet -door for an exit and ran In- when he fe'l
President, was reported uiday to
be in good condition at Gorgas
the hospital. He spent a "'airly com-
the fortable night," hospital officials
to the closet
He has a Ions police record
the Zone. ..
said.. Dunsmoor is not on the
seriously ill list.
He was injured yesterday noon
m Balboa Heights
from a stepladdcr
While decorating a Christmas tree.
! -n .1. i i .
coin wnsLs were liroKen rno
In b? suffered a nasal fracture and
i possible fracture of the jaw.
Both the inscription and the
signatures were in green ink
The photoeraphs, which were
distributed by messenger, were
mounted in white cardboard fold
ers, he folners hore the Presi
dent's seal in gold and the words
The Green Foom, The White
House" also printed in greten.
The Green' Room is one of three
reception rooms on the White
House's 'irst Poor. Green damask
covers the walls. A green caroet
with the President's seal in the
center covers the floor, A grat
crystal chandelier hangs from the
The photograph shows par if
the room where John 1 (iincy
Adams' portrait hangs over a
The first lady greeted staf
members in the East Room. Tof
fee and cake were served.
A "White House spokesman said
the President wouldn't have time
to take part this year.
The welcoming group Included
under-secretary of state Chris
tian A. Herter. attorney general
William P. Rogers, secretary of
laoor james P. MUcneu, disarm disarmament
ament disarmament adviser Harold E. Sta&sen
and ambassadors of the NATO
Also waiting to welcome him
home was the President's daugh
ter-in"-law. Mrs. John Eisenhow.
er. She received his first greet
inga kiss and a glad to see
Meanwhile in Paris, supreme
Allied commander Gen. Lauris
Norstad today took over direc directives
tives directives from the NATO summit
conference to beef up Western
Europe's defenses with American
nuclear missiles while Allied
statesmen prepared the way for
neace talks with Russia
The handsome. 50 year old
NATO military commander e e-merged
merged e-merged from the sidelines of the
four-day talks by chiefs of 15
Allied states which ended yes
terday to nut Into effect the
unanimous orders to:
Designate launching pad
sites in Western Europe for the
Intermediate range ballistic mis
siles the U.8. ha offered to sup supply
ply supply its allies to deter the threat
Attorneys for plaintiff Marx
Feurst of New Orleans who is
claiming he was defrauded in
the sale of two surplus Army
barges, rested their case .yester
day in the Cristobal division of
the UJS. District Court.
The defense rested shortly be
fore noon today.
The case is expected to go to
tne iurv late this afternoon.
iDefendarit In the civil case Is
Nachman Eisenmann, a used car
dealer in Panama City. He was
on the stand all afternoon ves
terday, claiming that he never
received any" checks in the mall
from plaintiff Feurst.
The New Orleans resident
charges that he entered into an
agreement to buy some Army
barges together with Eisenmann.
He claims he mailed checks to
Eisenmann for the nurchase of
The defendant yesterday took
the stand to testify that he had
never received the checks. How However,
ever, However, it' was submitted in court
that the checks had been en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by him and deposited to
mann with defrauding him of his! A Margarita youngster brok ? his
share of the sale of the barges rght' arm yesterday when he fail-
his of the sale of the barges i to catch onto an xeroj?e bar
which the defendant claims he rom, his bicycle at the Margarita
sold to his father. Jacobo Elsen- school.
mann for $9400 each. 1 Robert E. Sanders, 11, was in
The plaintiff alleees that, the rorgas Hospital today where hi
Frederick Snare Corporation was 'as transferred 'rom Coco Solo
interested in purchasing the two 1'ospital yesterday. His condition
barges for a total of $80,000, but is reptrted to be good.
the deal fell through because Ei- Robert was riding is nicyc'e
senmann sold them to his own vnder the exercise bars, grasping
father. te bars as he passed under, and
The senior Eisenmann arrived pilling himself off the bike. On
yesterday from Costa Rica. cie try he failed to catch the bar
Feurst Is being represented bv and fell to the ground.
Wood row de Castro assisted by a The hospital reports a coir.-
Louisiana attorney. Walter M. round 'fracture of his ngnt arm.
Barnett. Eisenmann's lawyer ls'e is the son of I. Sanders, a
Robert Brake of Miami. Terminal Division employe.
While At Play
j if n costly and time-wartine
atlon ?f weapons research:
fpSi,Pean re5ctln o the con conference
ference conference ranged from lukewarm
a4Ahe ettoB had
"""u"i we memDer nations.
tXttldon's SncloHt n.n. rwl-
aid said the ?:iz
at the end of the uTn J.D
enp. rrt, Z -"v;vu.-
ON THE BEACH
Tvmtr-fiT MjftMt 2? v"-'-'
of Mrlai.nn hu ef SiS
oss scorpion fl'ii:
rrr.cfcrd Ion Fi-:fei;-,f,.J-'
cncol TIm GoMm Got
Vk)j dev. tudfi':
MOrey kowM Mrtrcly v- ;.-.
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Based on the Best-Selling Novel by Nevil Shute
jfcvr- '- -. I'll v tv rm. iBiw m t J w i tw -"- i i m .r t h. -.
The (mm f Half Moi ir, Mwagli Utlh Um,f4,mlvt
appMrr. mmkabitad. Int Hwf nialit iwdblt ol rod
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ci.uc ine West has ndfyef
.r. -,y bne ia1 cnance of
seeking, with Russia, to avert
world catastrophe." V
The London nail,, -wait u
that although "nobody expected
mlracies from the NATO i.onfBr- t
ence the meeting was not ft
failure. It said the meetinif ha
helped null th ntnir ulm
alliance together again.
French papers mainly rtflect rtflect-ed
ed rtflect-ed disappointment that th NA-
TO leaders did not publicly sup support
port support France in her ef foria to
hold On to rehelUnn-tnrnAi-.-
The right-wine newsnar(iflr'a1'
rore said that the final commu- -nique's.
"mutism" nn Ais-pria ,tn
be ill appreciated In Franc.;.
The left-wing Cembat said
that on some points the rcem
munique took shelter In ft-'dls-ouieting
discretion. France, la
particular, did not obtain remcr
nition of her African vocation."
Canal Zone Kids
Out Of School
Until January 2
Chriftmn vacation started. hif
afternoon for thousands Cjlhal
Zona School children. r ...
Following day attartdln
clats.s, school Christmas partita,
and carol tinging, school hil
drm loft for horn te drcorata
trf and rnjoy vacation which,"
will continue for the next ton
During the past waok, Christ
mat music programs have, boon
given in most af tho schools i
both aides of tho Isthmos. Special
program ware hald in Mm ef
the claiireomt today. -.- .- ---
Clattas in all schools era
scheduled to bo raswmod Jan. 2,
tha day after the Now Years
LONDON, Dec. (UP) A
blonde policewoman's detective
work had reduced detective SeU
Hector Cameron, one ef Scotland
Yard's top murder investigators.
to the rank ef constable today.
Worn a a police constable Mr-
garet Francis reported that a n. a a
entered her room in the Toot.n?
police atatioa at 1 a.m. and fva
recognised his voice as Cameron's.
The aergeant was demote'
jeet to appeal for "acting la a
anner prejudicial ta none dj.
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MONTH. IN ADVAMOI
hM SIX MONTHS. IN AOVANCS AOVANCS-rH
rH AOVANCS-rH Nt IN ADVANCC
THIS IS rOUH FORUM THI RtADERS OWN COtUMN
Th. Mail Is b.op.b forum
Letters are received gratefully and
i k. don f
sat day. lette ate publl.hed in tha order raea.ysd.
Please try to keep ha letteri limited to ona page leftgtS;.
Identity ot latter writers it held in itrietestg-onf idenee
TW. assume, n. re.pon.ibility Tor .t.tem.nt. or opinion,
expressed (a lattara from raadera.
THE MAI L BOX
few answers to & few .people:
!' 4u. plm.n. The Reoublic of Panama is at least 75
no Negroes hold
ivprsee a Negro bank teller? I wonaer wny.
rlmein cnB1 X- pimps prostitutes and other
rfWhat race furnishes all the P'bP the c0rrect ethnic
t wv, rtnn't. Neffroes call themselves Dy j- to.c
F-iwiV don't Negroes call
i-ftezrb.aristead-of false fronts sue
osffritish;. Colombians and so. forth
" r"r.r;r ,Tn married to a Negro, or has a Negro
istrlikeiy an- i
5 tfS S,,lSv Dfic. 5):
lend; or both
2" 'Li Boca.
im Taralso or U Boc.a.
flke Ql Delesseps ';r eH that the Panama pnst
? A recent news article mentioned tht the h n
.7 roWtot A recent news aruue "', 17 ?n and $30 a montn.
?fls nayln-r' three of-its employes $17. n20Jrin ucna,ets in
Role waS Do you. know that those two-bed
S-Tlso reSt foriVJ a .month,
t A"a month? Panama rurmsncs ',T'n7le Sam's fault.
f;Xro,m onlv for $17 a month, itiall Uncle wnn
HaPl ,' American
theylsay. 0v nen. 14): You are not an Ameiican.
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miv.L .rms vour Farai&o ui i
YouB.ftnjwii vthP canal Zone, tnen ge-
l'tuad- vou You say that the panamanmj.
Italv don't want you. u m the Canal Zone Then
el. taltarv Tn Panama, so they don't pick up anj bad
Wrn auu -"w t for Negroes roammp :v.r7,t
h$lts? If It was not for b lice force and about 95
Zoe we could fire 90 Per(lent U1
tj&Sent of the Gogas J'1; Ynii want i;o know why
joe u. ut. T""-;,- Neeroes to the Un ted states t neat notes reaay lor tne ae ae-,iscourage
,iscourage ae-,iscourage immigration of you Negroes w ine Anyhow. bate on the ouster of the Team-
Because wedon't want you up
V nanama Is such a wonderiui
j m Mn ie cup n a wuiiucii.ua
T'tn,.it. ritiipn (Mall BOX,
Uninvited CitizeD (Mall
Manama why they
bttoi down too many American
YouWt also ash : them whl
during the war, wn K
what haDDened in aoout jy
populate the Canal They would be
U.'?ce workers, as JpSSSn? and would not encounter
A jioiminnHnn which we
'xt to tne r ayu --
ISERi1 rSr:-, tell us then
rriicHa, men.- '".
in Haitl?i r .n 1
t.b st. Sunday, at Kobbe Beach,
not to PrVmtlehasoW
previous week his little son tow n m m
sanawicn wa-i '! -
Informed him that the
.f .nnthpr source and a
into the rest
,.. ii.. ..,,ol nnnrtlt.inn
.?r i" "sr7w. nrohlems of
Tnis Tjre.-cin..i k
hai. Pf slipping. trnm
Jh' going and cominK fiom
t cpp manv ennstcu
S own motive
nave iu 4"i- t
. nln T KllffPeSt tnt
V.AQ rH ft resular stopning
tween the hours of K I a.m.
-V. thnnoh nasseneers
ont cooperai-e, id fre,. transportation
thP Armv should provide aH
4 irnrr-Ps on the aforemenuoucu
A x-m ,a,.ih like to
in closing, a ..nnrivileaed s persons
,icer for. the, recent ban on unpmUeg edQ p the; rfstau;
beach, iney -g
-. fnr SprVlCe, a
bti"hes and chairs.
a Maid" CMail Box, Dec.
th Canal Zone too miserame, wnv
U""VV ii t
iparn tn tvoe. as 1 na. sc
Ido but for not much more than J P't SmV work instead
An easy day with the government. au
f "A Maid's" customary 8 a.m.;
and afternoon to chat with friends,
mining and J
morning ana ,w "r-
of waiKing me uauj,
stead of. doing up noon dishes by
After my government
to do something, or; get my
pm and rested till it s time to c
If a government job does not
might working for my Spanish
half a day off a weeK ann
I live in the Canal Zone I regularly send mail through the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal ost office to Panama City. At first my folks used to receive
my letters, but as of November through Dec. 10 I have posted three
postal orders, totalling $U95, and they have not "arrived. The person
who was supposed to receive them keeps Calling me every day, call calling
ing calling me a liar and everything else because they have not received the
letter. They were supposed to go to the post office in Chorrillo.
Officials should look into this, and ensure that letters are correct correctly
ly correctly delivered to the persons to whom they are addressed. If I had
posted these letters in Colon, and the addressee had not received it,
I could always feel that they got lost. But the Canal Zone does not
fool around with mail. I'm sure my letters got as far as Panama. I
wish Panamanian postal officials would somehow ensure that from
there they get to the persons they are intended for.
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for Nhm D Th. ""V"'"",,
sr. handled is a wholly confidential
. .. j ...... tha
Da imoarnnr n i. ""
75 percent of the important
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have a full 15 minutes morning
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k dinne, and fi.
i oVtiPc ,pvp nrpDared In advance cnieis wou a nave blasted him.
rat rlLZ rK?ifi?nTof tb- meat. -ut they couldn't get past the
11 he did was the enurng .or .n h,ogd saoui( ,'residen;
irant for some un -ore. I orge Meany, whose orestiae
watery, wmoo.v .-- , ..,,. malrQ cM
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An Old Timer
By VICTOR RIESEL
ATLANTIC CITY The dark
tlouds which hovered over this
city were perfect backdrops and
matched the mood of powenul
men of labor who were waiting
only to get home and declare
war on Waiter Reutlier.
The elders of the old AFL hate
him;,, They want to tear his union
apart. They plan to raid his in
dustrial bailiwicks, they will boy boycott
cott boycott him. They will refuse to
work on material made by his
lollowers. this will be a costly
war running into the hundreds of
millions oi dollars, as the forces
of the Carpenters, Sheet Metal
Workers,-, Operating Engineers.
l.od Carriers and Common Labor
er and the- other old craftsmen
ii skilled trades pincer Reuther
and his Auto Union trom all di
.This feud has little to do with
1 le Teamsters' ouster. It's a light
i mnct 9 fin (Wl mr,r ...ill U
bless by the end of
I any of these wiL be
.iiT., m.., ...hi k.
-. hv th ..n,!
u auuai j t
. .11 Hf 'II 1 i
j muwers, many wm oe laia Oil
the .construction trades. In all,
. e w, ue o.uuu.uuu joD.ess.
y resolution on me national e
unomy reported to the second
ncrgea Ar-Liu convention here
lhat, "In most industries 15
per cent 10 a per cent of produc
1 e fapatiiy is iaie. . 1
"FL unions have said all
1 t. .s unemployment hits Reu-
i'ers men, ne win try to move
m on construction work and cut
ut the old-timers' unions,
..... ... ..
imkc an arena
ii arena uui 01 me. COn
nUon hall. W
pnfuin hntl WaUor R c n H .
vouldnt tnrow himself th u.
t(s Xh ed.head st d
e convention to make but one
tjeech He was sient or more
turn a week and a half.
The auto Union chief had a set
t ers. Now they're for
nivoc a Minnnh UAnti
chives. Although Reuther did tell
tnis reporter that he was readv
to take the lloor and urge that
"we take 'a sti f brush, strong
soap and a detergent and clean
Later the word was that he
would speak on military prepar preparedness.
edness. preparedness. He avoided the crowd again.
He didn't speak. He held confer
ence after conference with ,AFL-
C10 leaders George Meany, Dave
Dubinsky and others. The strate-
gy Was for Beuther to -keep -way
If 6m tha'-poamm'tolf avoid
given the old-tme' union,, leaders a
chance to open up on 4um. right
on the convention floor.
Reuther, lor the first time in
20 years of conventions, deliberate-
1 attempted to avoid making
lews. He called no press confer-
Kven "ilh er sitting qui-
m thg backg nd some o
i jjuwci.ui construction union
'Jree world's most influential labor
. r i"--" uc ,i,r
But now that the
boys are on their way back
home, the war on Reuther's forc forces
es forces will take many shapes.
There is,, tor example, a small
Sheet Metal Workers' local in
New York City. It is refusing to
install equipment produced by
Reuther s followers, .millions of
dollars in orders.
. The Carpenters plan to refuse
to work on new construction
where Auto union member in-
siae tne plant Handle tne main maintenance.
tenance. maintenance. This will mean that
Reuther s people may not be a a-bie
bie a-bie to work in expanding plants.
Operating Engineers, who press
buttons to start huge machinery
,J L 11- i
" wny nunuie nuge cranes ana
other diceine eauinmpnt. npw ar
discussing the strategy of
t With industry rapidly dispersing
military reasons, to create
Doycouing tne law
snd t0 get ,nto expanding south
t ns of thousands o." jobs andnever fade away without a fignt,
y? yj XT,
"Ring 1 Grondalil"
FIGURINES ASHTRAYS & VASES
and DINNER SETS
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
"The Mo$t Tdked-About Gift Store
On The Isthmus" '
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PORTRAIT OF A
He starts by taking office space
(The east Side's now a "must )
And then he adds the usual
With standard built-up bust.
Next tbmes the telephone and
The casting couch and rye;
And Joe Belasco-Frohman-Zilcn.
Is peddling, pale, blue sky.
The sucker list is all he reads;
A script is too much strain:
And that is how some ninety
Goes swooshing down the drain.
Slihourt: Clark Gable in the
Big Town, slush in front of
Brooks Brothers store. . .Ava
Gardner incognitouring Lord and
Taylor's, lifting her dark specs to
inspect the panty counter...Gwen
Verdon warning ner iwu
wee hours after her Broadway
chores. Teresa Wright, glowing
over her race reviews after premiere-time
in Sahdie's. .Stewart
Granger at the Spindletop...Mar Spindletop...Mar-lene
lene Spindletop...Mar-lene Dietrich swapping recipes (in
German) with the a chef at the
56th Street omelette shopped. .
Shelley Winters, whd; can have
Judy Holiday's lead in "Bells
for the tour. But they want a
year's contract she 'wants one
for six months. "A year," she
sighed, "is too long away from
a new husband, who has two
films to do in Rome and Spain.
Sallits In Our AlUy: Two rich
sicially registered bores were
showing off at a premiere, parad
hundreds of millions of dollars in
wases- ..... -.u
This war has little to do with
Reuther's politics of the fa c t
that he once led the CIO. Its
simply a matter of the swift dis disappearance
appearance disappearance of old skills and
crafts as autmation sets in. So
rapidly is the face of American
industry changing that the Ar L L-CIO
CIO L-CIO leaders, despite all .their
headaches, already are planning
a special conference for Jan. 16
on the impact of these new
Whoever wins this war on the
modern industrial front survives
ii I.' 1 .1,1., ( IT n
as an in luenuai umun
erwise his union withers away in
th nPTt decade. And o a chiefs
ing down the aisle long after the
curtain went up. ."There's your
proof," mumbled a critic, "that
money tan't buy class". .Mike
Todd asked Liz Taylor: "What's
Broadway Movis: If you mat
her, at El Morocco, 21 or tha
Embers, you'd know ah was a
Star. .The smooth flowing Brit British
ish British accent, the dignified main
and the savoir fairs would stamp
her for wit t she.wai a distin distinguished
guished distinguished British performer. he
was part of the team called Ann
and Burton Lester, the Fred Al
an and Portland Hoff of Brit
ain. .a headline act mat wow a
the Palladium audaincas scads of
times. .Until, her beloved p m-
d 3 years ago. .Today she's in
the Broadway. shjpw-bii whirl.
disguising tne agony or losing nsr
life partner and mate. . .She's
the petite blonde with the deli
cate features. .Lindy'S newest
Memos of a Midnighter; Don't
invite Adele Astaire (Lady Caven
dish) and Doug Fairbanks to the
same poddy. .Ditto District Atr
torney Edward Silver and Judge
Sam Liebowitz. .Ditto movie
producer Ross Hunter and agent
Henry Wilson (he named Rock
and Tab) or Natalie Wood and
her mater. ..Midtown's new large
spender is the son of one of Red
China s top chiefs, the lad at attends
tends attends Columbia Univ.,1 tosses par parties
ties parties for a dozen guests and flings
$100 bills at headwaiters like con confetti.
fetti. confetti. .Hope Hampton's invites
for cocktails specify "black tie"
. .For cocktails?. .Woolworth
Donahue's current dancing podna
is socialite Alicia Kingston
There's a new record album
named "Music for Poop'd Peo Peo-p'e."
p'e." Peo-p'e." (It should be veddy popu popular).
lar). popular). .So many firings along ad
agency Skid Row, the wags are
calling it Sc.red Row. .General
Mills spends $70,000 per week on
the Mickey Mouse show for
those outer space commercials.
. .The column now appears in
three different Havana, Cuba,
newspapers. .The Prince of Mo Morocco's
rocco's Morocco's New York .visit (with his
dad) was embellished by show show-gel
gel show-gel Hope Holliday.
Cast of Characters: The Rays,
a new singing roup, who will
get $5,000 per week on Alan
Freed's big Christmas show at
the Paramount. Last week they
clerked in the post ofiice. . .The
white bandleader who poses as a
Negro because he iigures "co "colored
lored "colored musicians get better breaks"
. .Erik Rhodes, a principal in
"Jamaica," who affects a foreign
stage accent. He was born and
reared on the Oklahoma plains.
. .Arthur Hornblow, producer of I
"Witness for the Prosecution," re-j
ports that author Agatha Chris Christie
tie Christie write her hit plays sitting in
a bathtub eating apples.
New York Novelet: Park Ave
nue can be ust es ticaie es
Broadway. .Betty Henderson, in
her tOs, died recently, fter liv
ing-rt-np for years. .One ef her
pastimes was making Iter social
ite friends shudder by exposing
them es the phonies many are.
.She eppelled them once at a
& WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
RADIOS APPLIANCES RECORDS
. and "IRISH'CTAPE
. II Autemobile Row
OWj i l.TIL P.M.
Met Ooera ooeninfl by showing
her legs to the news photogs, but
her 94 year old mother enjoyed
the laugh, .Her alleged pals
criticized her but they flecked te
her aav parties and accepted her
free hooch and food. . .There
was alw.ys a chance ef getting
their names in the society pages
being around Betty. . Only one
funeral car was at the service
the other day. .Fer those whe
remained loyal, t . Only e
car?" inquired reporter.
"Where ere all these friends whe
ve their riohf arms te be with
her at the swanky; openings?".
. ."This," sighed a true pel. "is
a closing." ;
Tim Snun Cirri!. Pill.
wrieht Moss Hart : has mink-lined
overcoat. Got the mink from his
mother-in-law's old mink coat. In
return for all the house seats sne
wants for "Mv iair L d y;"
which he directed.. .Felix Young's
new class spot reopens in Mia
mi Beach on the 19th. It get the
big play from the New York Chi
cago-Hollywood crowd. . .Noni
Trini. last seen on B way hi "Kis
met," is the attractive, hostess at
the new Luau 400. . The worst
thing to be called in show biz
circles is "Butch." It means you
are a qwierdo. .Revlon prexy
Charles Revson hosts of Christ
mas week party for college stu
dents who are current Revlon
Foundation Scholarship winners
.. .Songwriters Bob Merrill and
Dick Adler will do the score for
the" musical, "Of Human Bon Bondage".
dage". Bondage". .Niether can play the
Curtain Calls: "The Tarnished
Angels" starring Rock Hudson,
Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone.
Author Faulkner patterned the
newspaperman burke Devlin
(played by Rock) after himself.
. ."This Is Russia," filmed by
Sid Feder, after a long stay in
the Soviet. .Eddie Fisher's R
CA-Victor disc of Irving Berlin's
"Sayonara". .The 4 Lads' "Put
A Light In The Window". .J.P.
McEvoy's "Love Thy Enemies"
essay in Reader's Dije,'
Sounds in the Night: At La
Strada: "His doctor has him out
a diet He's lotta lose three
girls!". .At the Little Club: "I
wish I had all the money I wish'
I had!". . .At Kumpeimayer s: i
"If every knock's a boost, how-
cum you don't get them till after'
you're on top?". .At the Eden
Roc: "Ever notice how" talkative'
a guilty conscience makes youf".
. .Overheard: "This ia a little
spot. You see everybody you
I msw.a am
e- kaaole ore experts at
coking choice whines out of seur
WASHTNfiTON A handful of
Senators wta run 'the powerful
Senate Appropriations Committee
huddled behind Chaifman Carl
Hayden's back the other day and
picked his heir apparent.
They decided that Hayden, 80-year-old
Democrat is weakening because
of old age aqd, a serious opera operation
tion operation last fall. They agreed-, that
an heir apparent should start
moving into his shoes, helping
the elder statesman out next ses session.
sion. session. .. .';:
Next in seniority is Sen. Dick
Russell, Georgia Democrat who
begged off. He claimed he is too
busy' running the Senate Armed
Services Committee to increase
his work load. He also revealed
he has water on his lungs, which
has been slowing him down, phy physically.
sically. physically. -r :;M--v.v-
The third in seniority.' S e ll.
Dennis Chavez, New Mexico Dem
ocrat, wasn't present. However,
the others decided to bypass
As a result. Hayden's mantle
was passed down ot the fourth in
seniority. Sen. Alien Kiienoer, iu-
lsiana Democrat, bitter foe oi
foreign aid, who will now become
the rising power in the senate
Note: Also participating in tne
secret huddle were Senate -Demo
cratic leader Lyndon Johnson of
Texas and Sen. Styles Bridges of
New Hampshire, the ranking Re
Dignified, dapper Congressman
Don Jackson (R-Calif.), who once
demanded a retraction when this
column linked him closely with
Dominican Dictator Trujillo, show
ed up in the sunny Caribbean dic
tatorship last month singing Tru Tru-jillo's
jillo's Tru-jillo's praises.
Jackson made an appearance
before the American colony at
the Santo Domingo- Country Club.
He told the assembled Americans
that he bad visited the Domini
can Republic five times and the
country had improved notably be
tween each visit.
The Congressman attributed this
progress to a "freedom loving
Then he paused dramatically
and dared any "Drew Pearson
people" in the audience to' chal
lenge his statement.
Note: The I1BI is investigating
charges that Trujiilo has sent .as
sassins to this country to min
der Dominican refugees "who op
posed ms "ffeeaom-ioving govern
.Sep.. Barry, Goldwater of Arizo
na, arch-enemy of Walter Reuth
er, has persuaded Senator Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan of the Senate Rackets
Committee to call off a. hearing
into jleuther's Auto Workers U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, The hearing was supposed
to be held in December, but
Goldwater claimed he couldn't get
Give o BOOK
4th ef July
A watch )
that stays waterproof
660 feet under water!
ROLEX have produced a new watch for sea-going actf-.. :
vities called the Submariner. Partkmlarly designed fat'
deep-sea divers, this special Oyster wristwatch jagueren-'i
teed waterproof and prcuureproof to 000 ft, (200 metres)
under wetef. ilncorporated in the Submariner is the
ivomticMr; ,,Tinie-I revolving rim, which
enables the Watch to be need as a stop-watch. It is in-
valuable for navigation, speed testing etc., and iwetopen iwetopen-abU
abU iwetopen-abU to divers, who can now tell at a glance how long they '.'
have been under water and
stay there.- : t
GENEVA SWITZERLAND ',
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miDATi DECEMBER M, 1W
back to Washington before' Christ
mas; so- asked McClellan to post. .;
pone the hearing so he could ,
on hand to cross-examine Reutb.
er. .During a recent tour of Eu-
rope, GOP Rep William Bray of
Indiana spent some time in Yu-
goslavia, arriving 1 in Belgrade a a-bout
bout a-bout a week after the Russians
had launched Sputnik. "'
A common joke among the Yu- ,
goslavs was that "Sputnik ia one
Russian satellite that cot awav."
Brav facetiously inauirad if, an.
other satellite, Yugoslavia,' might
'follow i nit Thp mipgtinn avnlraH v
er.igmatic grins, except from ont
Yugoslav who replied, "Ob, yes,
I think so."
Corporations usually pull in
their horns, when-they are under v
fire on monopoly charges.- An ex
ception in Luria Brothers, Inc., of
New York and Philadelphia, which v
has continued to e x o a n d its
scrap-steel -empire In haughty de- ;
nance or a monopoly one by
the -Federal Trade Commiaainn.
Luria has taken over'1 smaller
competitors in Chicago,' Detroit,
Seattle and other cities since the
FTC, probe of Luria operation be began
gan began three 'years ago. ... Former
GOP Rep. Cliff Hope of Kansas,
recognized by both parties' at the
leading farm expert in Congress
before retiring last year, is as
outspoken as ever. At a recent
National Grange meeting in Cole
rado Springs, the ex-GOP legisla
tor declared: "Things are not
getting better for American afarm-
ers and there has been too. much
soft soap coming out of the Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Department to the. effect
that they are.". .
Secretary of Commerce Weeks
has, hired a crack Washington
newsman, Joseph Fox, former
White House correspondent, to im- v
prove the public relations 'of the
business and Defense Services Ad- :
ministration, the "dollar a year"
agency that has been under fire-
as" a fifth column of big b u s i
ness. ... x,'
Secretary of State Dulles hat
urged that we turn down the So Soviet
viet Soviet request to exchange commer commercial
cial commercial aviation routes. For three
years the United States has been
prodding Russia to exchange
routes, but now the shoe ii on
the other foot. Dulles has Warn Warned
ed Warned that the Russians now v want
to fly to America in order to show
how their new jet airlineri i 'a r
better-than ours. America Airlines
won't he operating Jet planes o o-verseas
verseas o-verseas d until 1959, io Dulles
V The Army Taa developed in t-
mazing ; infrared telephone,) which
cans transmit conversation w
narrow,':, invisible team. The In Infrared
frared Infrared peam can be aimed at re relay
lay relay stations which can pais it on
for great distances. The receiving
equipment can pick up the con conversation
versation conversation as clearly as radio
broadcast, and it's virtually im impossible
possible impossible for an enemy tO" inter intercept
cept intercept this invisible light beam.
and "J" St.
how long they may safely
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.aBSimteaB iittmllDiltimiMnilniMirmin an nullum Hi
Col. Frank Wilson
Of Medical Society
San Bias Indian
Found Not Cuijty
Of Petty Theft
k Cn TnHinn in VMM 1 twirl
ine Meaicai Associauon oi mu ton hill vii frainrl. vMtorHav
Isthmian Canal Zone held Ita an- laccd tj,- Balboa Magistrate on a
nual election of officer at a meet
ing held before tin Christmas par party
ty party last Saturday.'
Those elected were Col. Frank
Wilson, president. Dr. Frank P.
Smith, vice-president and Dr. Wil-
charee of petit larceny
Ft. Clayton soldier Norman E
Bramlett reported the theft of UO
from his barracks.
Judge John E. Derafnsr after
hearing all the evidence, found
cot guilty of the charge.
Tony Brown, 84,
liam T. Bailey, secetary-lreasur- e
A total of-$120 had been stolen
of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Mitten oi from two soldiers in the barracks,
Balboa, will arrive tomorrow to H was reported. A San Bias inter inter-spend
spend inter-spend Christmas with their par- preter was found who translated
ents. Sheila attends the Char'es E. for the defendant.
Ellis School in Newtown, Penna. I ., .
and Sussie attends the Moravian trip and each child received a love-
Seminary at Bethlehem, Penna.
Mitt Marts Chanit
Arrives For Holiday
Miss Marta Chanis, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Rolando Chanis ar
rived from Ohio, where she at
tends school, on Wednesday to
spend the holidays with her par
ly ,gi t, ice cream, cakes and a
candy cane. The ladies of the
N.C.O. Wives Club had charge of
Ft. Culiek N.C.O. Wives
Hold Christmas Luncheon
The Fort Gulick N.C.O. wives
held their annual Christmas lunch
eon and gift Exchange at the Ho-
t;l Washington on Tuesday,
Mrs. A. B. Rigby Leaves The long table in, the glassed-in
For Vacation in Peru 'tirrace was decorated with color-
Mrs. A. B. Rigby 'of Diablo f ii bouganvilla.
Heights is leaving today by plane i The luncheon was enjoyed by
for Lima. Peru, where she will the following ladies: Mrs. Clara
be joined by Mr. Rigby and where Ho'lenbaugh.-- Mrs. Barbara Krei-
ger, Mrs. Vivian Kaipn, Mrs. vio viola
la viola Hirn, Mrs. Frances Berger,
Mrs. Hester Hartley, Mrs. Ka Ka-therine
therine Ka-therine Schilling, Mrs. Virginia
Stadelman, Mrs. Jackie Iszard,
Mrs. Delores Carr, Mrs. Josephine
Orsim, Mrs. Nancy Williams, Mrs.
lAnn St.- Cyr. Mrs. Clara Slasin-
game, Mrs. Irmgard Morrison,
Mrs. Betty Townsend, Mrs. Irene
Place, Mrs. Nancy Johnson, Mrs.
Ruth Criss, Mrs. Audrey Barsi,
Mrs. Nora Perry, Mrs. eleanor
MERlfr CHRISTMAS smile officers of the A Ibrook Air Force Base N.C.O. Wives Club. From
left Efright are Betty Girard, treasurer; Pete Leigh, secretary; Joyce Malone, president and
BellftSDiaz, first vice president.
they will spendl the Christmas holi holidays.
days. holidays. Mr. Rigby is employed
at present in Peru.
Miss Diane Jacob
Due to arive on Saturday to
spend Christmas in Panama is
Miss Diane M. Jacobs, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Jacobs of
Bella Vusta. Miss Jacobs is a fresh freshman
man freshman at Radcliffe College in Cam Cambridge,
bridge, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Vebster, Mrs. Louise Sanderson,
Santa Claus Takes Orders Ilrs. Frances Gilber, Mrs. Lor-
At Ft. Gullck P rty nine Dustin, Mrs. Katherine Kil-
The Childrens Party given each 1 p, Mrs. Gilberta Brown, Mrs.
year by the Fort Gulick N.C.O. J ita Gomez, Mrs. Sylvia Brittle.
Club and the Wives Club was held Ilrs. Irmgard Morrison. Mrs. Bet-
Saturday at the Fort Gulick N.C.-1 Townsend and Mrs. Clara Hoi-,
0. Club. for the children of the Lnbaugh were in charge of the
members. Santa Claus was there I ocial function.
to take suggestions for his annual t Continued on Page &
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA
CUARDIA GUESTS AT HIGH
The President of Panama, Er-
nesto de lis Guardia Jr. and Mr,
de la Guardia were guest of honor
at a dicplay of gymnattic given
by high school student of Panama
at the Olympic Stadium latt night.
The program Wat pontored by
the Department of Fine Art of the
Ministry of Education.
Decorate Browder Home
For Christmas 'At Home'
nnuble whirl ooincettias grown
in their own garden made the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M
Browder Jr. gay for their annual
Christmas "At Home," wmcawss
held last night. ?
a whta emhroiderd tablecloth
with these massive colorful blooms
as a centerpiece made the basis
nf feitive table.
Mr Rmwrier's fellow engineers.
their wives and many of their oth
er friends enjoyed a gay ana in
Lt. Col. and Mr. Campbell
Give Cocktail Party
To welcome the Christmas sea-
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son. lt. Ui. ana airs. ireui
A. Campbell Jr. of Quarry Heights
gave a cocktail party at their
quarters last evening.
About 70 guests anenaea.
Mr. end Mrs. J. V. Ratsell
Visiting Family At Ft. Devi
Mr. and Mrs. J. v. kusscii oi
Albuquerque, New Mexico are Ti Ti-siting
siting Ti-siting their son and family at Ft.
Davis. The senior Russells arriv
ed in time to greet a grandson
borB to Capt. and Mrs. J. V. itus itus-sell,
sell, itus-sell, Jr. on Dec. 5.
Of Dr. and Mr. Mitten
Here For Chrictma
Susie and Sheila, twin-daughters
GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS
4th of July and MJ St.
jr "J "m JZ w "Jw ""u,v 7
i S'-v JOr k
LzCdt .- S 'cafraga will autograph
t i t A.s i m. aw:. a. ak
will delight the
Sunday, Dec. 22, from
10 q.m. to noon and on
Tuesday, Dec. 24 from
4 to 9:30 p.m.
This another gift
the albums of his latest
for all persons whd'
SEE HERE, MR. HARGROVE Marlon Hargrove who -wrote
the best seller "See Here, Private Hargrove" is spending this,
week at El Panama Hilton, working on the script of "The "The-Naked
Naked "The-Naked and the Dead" which is being filmed here. Har Hargrove
grove Hargrove and his wife live in Santa Monica with their five chil children
dren children who range in age from 13 .years to 8 months. Since
-writing his best seller Hargrove wrote two other novels,
'"Something's Got to Give" and "The Girl He Left Behind,"
which was made Into a movie. He started his writing career
while still in high school and later wrote lor his home town
paper VThe News" of Charlotte, North Carolina. Today he Is
a free lance writer for the movies, and for Television. Har Hargrove
grove Hargrove is leaving Panama on the weekend to spend Christmas
. with his family. t ...
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22nd
from 9 12"noon and 2 6 p.m. 1
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I Panama R. P.
S 1 1 acoTcn lawaWfl
It is better to ask a person's
name than to neglect to make aa
introduction that should be made.
By admitting yotf Jiave forogtten a
nane, you are only admitting to a
By neglecting te make the Intra,
ductien, you are embarrassing
these, who should have been int re
MOUNT VERNON..' Til. .Tnhn
Scott, news director nf radio ata.
tion WMIX, on. watching from a
rooftop the worst of three lethal
December, tornadoes which in injured
jured injured 39 persons here: ,'
- it came in as swirling black
clouds. .The clouds sucked nn ri.
bris when it hit the northwest side
Of town ind (hra it. riiaannasMil
off to the northwest"
WICKLIFFE. Kv. Go A. B.
(Happy) .'Chandler -declaring he
wanted citizens to know he wis'
ready to respect local laws follow-
g dismissal af ohariea he hunted
lucks and Reese in a came ore- f
serve after hours:
"I'm no liunter and never have
been, the last time, I had mm
in my hands was 22 years ago,
and after this it will be another
22 years before I do it axain."
PARIS Press Secrefarv James
T. Hagertv. on whv President Eis
enhower was.-' being awarded a
medal. i ;X
Because he is the" President.
the liberator,, and a Gettysburg
fanner." t ,,,;
PABIS--U. SSUte Denartment
spokesman Andrew H. Berding in
denying reports the United States
had agreed innder pressure .v to
talks with Russia : ; t
"I know oKno pressure on the
LONDON" Princess Marvaret
in apologizing for heavy handed
security arrangements that forced
Waitinff crowd off a railroad sta-
"TTar RnvaT tfiffhiwiaa la mnt A
annoyed 'to hear about this matter
and she has asked that everything
be done .to,s ensure that it. j will
never nappen again.
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j pitchers V- -ri
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lritiDAT.Mc pAkama American U. an independent daiit newspapee W ' ;
Sand J s Soft
LYoNS, France, Dee 20 (UP
. francintf Viallet, 3J, pliuigett n
the window of her' boy Irien
; seventh floor Prtment after an
arsument last night. She landed
l,: unhurt in a sandpile, arose and
started toward a nearby ; canal,
' W- '.',C:,v. : '-' ''t'-J'-i !,v'v 'y
? s The concierge 'or the 'apartment
building told police he caught her
.. ana oppea ner from 'jumping
TIRMITES SPOIL HOLIDAY
4 HOLLYWOOD 'tUP) -; Actress
Peggy Webber, her husband and
their two smau cnuaren wm apenu
Christmai in a motels They add
their house several days ago ana
were ready to move inli)' another
home when, it was'Iound termites
had moved intfirst. They couldn't
move Daca. iu ujcu uiii uuuoc,
and the deal on the second ono
has been ; cancelled. VAnd we're
not going to find another' nowe
v into tha .water. ; ', Ion such short notice,",
T jr- jfir' jfryr. sr jcn 5r
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t V. H.' 'f-'U'-KM front thi Colon Sank)
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JERSEY CITY, n J (UPV (UPV-Twii
Twii (UPV-Twii the week before Christmas,
and all through the hall not .a
turient was stirrins not even the
prankster who .' gave : President
Michael B. Gil'lgan of Jersey City
State Teachers College a milk milk-fiUed
fiUed milk-fiUed dribble glass..:;
' Altho'uirh '; laughter billed the
dining room when-' Gilligan
dribbled milk all over his chest,
he took it in good sport, then the
students gave him a place of hon honor
or honor next to the Christmas 'tree as
they chorused "For he's' a JoUy
good, fellow," at the annual Yule-
nae. party, v i
Just as they completed the last
chorus, the tree collapsed OOGU
ligan. y c
Nylon, Dacron & Cotton blouse
' Children' wear
Can-can slips for ladies andglrls
Jtayser ungene ft siocKinga-;
Brassieres In all styles V ?.,',.,
" -Nylon 'and. Cotton stoles 1 'M -' : -;
;: Beachwear for Ladies and Children
' Embroidered handkerchlefi
Pay tis a visit and be Convinced
Sends Xmas Cards
With 4-Ceht Stamp
WASHINGTON,) Dec. 20 UP)
4 ':KJ '";,;i."''. ;.::
rasimasier uenerai Anntur b.
Summerfield has sent out 2,00q
Christmas cards hearing a happy
mature M Yuletide. cheer nd
post office lobbying. ;.
Summerfield posted his greeting
cards with four-cent stamps.
The postmaster general has been
trying to convince Congress for
some time that the cost of mailing
a first .class tatter ahnnM K
raisen irom three, to four cents.
-aiuraiiy most congressmen
were on the postmaster's creptin
card list. . . ...
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.'M an added touch,' he used a
four-Cent stamn hArin k a
icn flag in fiTI color.
As he scrambled to his feet
festooned with tinsel and other
Yuletide trappings but unhurt the
college president remarked he did
not think it wis the work of stu-
-it Christmas Trecr
. J Your J :
Large Selection at th?
We will Remain Open
Until 9:00 p.m.
dents, despite : the earlier prank,
and added he bore no ill will
AF Flying 700
tents To Iran
WIESBADEN, Germany, Dec. 20
)up)--U.S. Air Force cargo planes
flew 700 tents from Ankara, Turk Turkey,
ey, Turkey, to earthquake victims in West Western
ern Western Iran today Air Force' head headquarters
quarters headquarters here announced.
Hew Books In Town
MORRISON'S BOOK DEPART
MENT HAS JUST RECEIVED
THE FOLLOWING BOOKS IN
TIME FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS
The World We Live In
The World's Great Religion
Scott's Stamp Catalogue,
Vol. I &.II 1958
The Pick of Punch,
Kingdom of the Beasts
Wild Animal of the World
Calypso Song Book
Rones of the POeo
The, Life and Works of Sig-
mund Freud, 3 vol.
Biography of the Bulls
The Underwater World
New Art In America
The Picture History of
Dictionary of Modern Painting
Dictionary or Aostract
: Painting v
Living Language Courses
a WMnrm Doslr r.alpnriarn 1958
shopWcomfom "fit OUR
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Three officer. ftTlf ma-tiv an1
captains, from U.S. Army Ca-
wUVc.u reeeivea promotions last
week, Headquarters USARCARIB
..Promoted to the ranV nf Hai,'
!StiSnSflel,wi" Maj-Toxie Sew Sew-?Lprde
?Lprde Sew-?Lprde Advocate Section,
rCaot. Rotwrt c iir.ri..
IffiARCARIB School t Fort feulick
and- Capt. Jaime M. Yidal-Fellx.
With the examinatinn
station at Hato I.TpTiw
promoted to major. V
you don't have a thing to
lou can always he JresseJ in the height of fashion. 0
' when you own a fabulous
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40 lbs. of food and lots of shelf space that cuts down shopping
' Door with cheese and butter compartments and 5 racks for bot bot-tljes
tljes bot-tljes and cans 1
J-arge crisper bin forvegetafIes and frtiits
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Two -speed motor: normal,
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Economical, has infinite wa water
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water levels, makes wash washing
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Works with batteries
Rons forward and 'reverse
Wind op, it climbs ''
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Ten beautiful metal cars in Sturdy metal construction
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9:30 P.M. -11 :30 P.M. 1 :30 A.M.
Di nee At Quarry Height
The Health Bureau will hold a
cocktail party followed by dinner
and dancing at the Quarry Heights
Officers' Club tonight from 7 until
Carnival D nee
Class At USO-JWB
Carnival Dance class, has start
ed again at the USO-JWB. For
gaiety, for fun, for native music,
and costumes, come Wednesday
evening at;7:30 p.m. to dancfl the
Panamanian dances or to learn
the steps in time for the Carnival
season. Captain Luis Tlvar is in-
S HAPPY NEW YEAR ts
YWLI CARPS PITCHED
CLEVELAND lUPl" .C Joifoh
Larysz thought a : naner bas hi
wie leu on uie Kitchen, sink was
full of garbage and pitoHed, it' into
me garoaire nail. Then he leamor)
fie bag contained the Christmas
cards he and his wi nrwnt thir
.structing the class. There is no evenings addressing last week and
lj3e for admission to these classc3. tiat his Wife bad left them out to
(Continued on page 8)
Premier Of Soviet
MOSCOW. Dec. 19 v'UP)-The
Soviet Union haj demoted the pre premier
mier premier of the Russian Republic and
replaced him with his deputy, a
government announcement said to
The move strengthens the au
thority of the Communist party
over the largest of the Soviet
Union's 15 constituent republics.
Premier Mikhail Yasnov was
downgraded to deputy premier of
the Russian Republic, the an
Deoutv Premier Fro! R. Kozlov
moved ud to the premiership.
Kozlov has risen through the
party to. become" a full member
of the Presidium of the party Cen
tral Committee, the Soviet Union a
most powerful body. Yasnov has
always been strictly a civil serv servant.
ant. servant. ......
The change aoDarentlv hai nn
connection with .yesterday's an announcement
nouncement announcement naming three new
secretaries of the nartv. fniri
Committee under First Secretary
Dies In' Hospital
Mrs. Llndel Hurdle Kirton died
this morning in Panama Hospital
following an illness of several
Mrs. Kirton is survived by her
husband,; Ernest: her childrea Lu Lucille,
cille, Lucille, Janets-Luther, Loretta, Rob Rob-ert,
ert, Rob-ert, Ricardo and Rafael; two
grandchildren and her Drouiers,
Leslie, Samuel and Luther Hurdle.
Funeral arrangements have not
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& jist arid West vulnerable
sJSotik Wet : North Eit
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" The recent national tournament
.'! demonstrated, that while the old old-'
' old-' timers, are still tough there is a
new crop of young players coming
,w along who, are able to compete
auccessfuliy against them.
Gloria Turner," a secretary from
Chteagq, Aasbeen playing in tour-
naments for five or sit years. She
has almost 1,500 mastet pomts but
up to this year, had never jfpn a
Z national title. This-timff he was a
member of the team tbajt, won Jhe
Z mixed championship Jfcnd "Also fin--Z
ished fourth in the -open $eam of
' four. Unquestionably Gloria? name
Z belongs on any list of. the 10 best
j women players.
Today's hand shows Gloria's
technique in playing a three no
1 trump contract. The whole play
was in the diamond suit. Gloria
m needed four diamond trickv but
j; wanted five if possible. She won
the opening spade lead and
? promptly laid down the queeh of
- diamonds. The purpose of hi play
2 was to guard against all five dia-
monds beihg in the West hand.
5 Howeverv "both opponents follow-
- ed to this lead so she continued
1 with the ten spot. When West ipl ipl-J
J ipl-J lowed, Gloria went up with 'dum-
' my's ace and 'East showed out.
Now the wisdom -of the ,ten spot
play became apparent- Gloria r
J turned to her 1 own- hand, and led
" her last diamond. It did not mat-
2 ter whether West covered or not J
The rest, of the diamonds were
I good. If she had played, the. deuce
instead of the ten that ten spot
would have blocked ff dummy's
nino onH filnria wnnld have WOUnd
ft 111 V, .1 r
m ...ith nnlv thrAA i9inmnn(f rlrioirs
7.UU .Willi 71 11 hi.
I instead of five and would Tiave
made only ,two no-trump not four.
JaffiMffl As PopulptiqnG
LONDON,- Dec, 19. No" colony
has evey struggled, so hara tlnouRU
the centuries tor a Dare uDsls
ence as! did Guiana, which finally
became British id a8f.. Heroic co
lonizers, first i Dutch, then Brit British,
ish, British, overcancft, fantastic obstacles
of 1 geography and climate, only
to be confronted ; with new dan dangers
gers dangers Srom wars,'; from, interna international
tional international polities' bnd from the vi
cissitudes of iwarid taarkets. ;
At last, by U50, It item-
d that that, colony's troubles
woril tfvoi; mn4 that roasonablo
standard of Hying fort-all was
possible within docido.
: Ah AnltahiannA .fothrtiool mrA
social Dolicv'was traniforminit the
sugkt estates which supported 80
per centj of Ihe; population W 500, 500,-OOOr'TheaeropUne
OOOr'TheaeropUne 500,-OOOr'TheaeropUne and new tech technology
nology technology provide the key for the
ipemng upj tort the jnjtherto impe
letrable hfntedand, with its uh-
limited. water nower. its: mineral
resources and; agricultural poten
eign!, capital and poUacal stabill
ty;- ' ' r:' V V? ;
, Then came the disastrous set
hack from internal, politics, which
last week's elections failed to re
move, xne suaaen iniroauguoa hm vuuimubibuic piugrcss was maae
1953 of universal .sultrage tora
population still largely ':, illiterate
resulted tn a sweeping victory for
the People's Progressive party tea
hy Dr. Cheddi Jagan, of t Indian
origin, his. American .,wKe Janet,
and Leslie Burnham; a young ana
ambitious politician of African o-
For six months Jagan and: bis,,
Ministers defied and Insulted tne
Governor and systematically aim aimed
ed aimed at establishing a Communist-
type totalitarian regime. Finally
the British Government suspend suspended
ed suspended the constitution and vested the
Governor with, full powers : ?
The Jaeans then led a campaign
of intimidation, which fizzled out
quickly in the face of firm police
action, proving lhatune easygo
ing Guianese have no 'aptitude for
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For Peace 4 Strauss
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
r' airnav Mwis T-3Stru ofir
Atomic Energy Commission said
today that U.S.- aad. British aclen-
fict. till woro o -Wwitf" wa from
harassing the hdfoBerbv bomb
for peaceful purwsesj
?.He made tha a: statement h
branding as "completely alse"
published report that. h 4er 4er-:
: 4er-: suaded Britain Mo ruppresjr an
announcement tpat British ( Scien Scientists
tists Scientists had succeeded : in co&trolling
London newspapers haf charged
that a secret? political. deal be between
tween between the United States, and Brit Britain
ain Britain barred disclosure of what
would have ben greater scien scientific
tific scientific feat thafn the launching of
, Russia's Sputniks. They said it
would give the j world unlimited
; power. J Jbi;Sf i-
Strauss, in '" statement sen
here from "the IIATO conference
in Paris, aid rthat development
of economic thermonuclear power
"i still remote
Dr. Sterling Colgate, one of this
country's leading atomic physi physicists,
cists, physicists, said uring a scientific
. conference n at Stanford. Calif.,
yesterday that the British had
,jnade. ?'sisnificant contbution',
In recent experiments.
' Colgate" and Dr. Edward Teller,
"father f the H-bomh." said the
5 Bntisn ftreaxtnrougn wa a w
creL But Teller added that the
.actual control of. fusion reaction
may 'take from 10 to 1,000
Strauss apparently feared that
f. the British press reports might
i, "' hold f up construction of power
t,"F pltnt using atomic fission, the :
;,,'-atoaj( -splitting reaction of thei
'"'iatonMc bbmh which was first
controlled a dozen yearl ago. ';
7 H- said development of peaceful
" H-bqmb power was so remote that i
- it would not '''interfere with, the
necisarr deviiopment re-.
a'o --'3r fis pmCi'C. : r.';
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tial. All that Jya eedejd, ms fot-the barricades. The BrUish Gov
ernment decided that the elector
ate and politicians of British Guia Guiana
na Guiana should have a political holiday
for 'a few years to digest the les
son ot the Jagan episode
in nouse-Duumng, sooial services
and labour relations and a $56,000 $56,000-000
000 $56,000-000 five-year economic develop development
ment development program was launched. u.
a backward country still suffering
irom the shock of 1953 -Could not
be transferred in a new years,
In the spring of 1956, the British
Government embarrassed aT" the
way British Guiana was drooping
behind the politically, progressive
West Indies, announted that the
electorate would be .given another
chance this year.
A split in the P. P. P. between
Jagan and Burnham, who had de decided
cided decided in favour of constitution me
thods, may have given the Brit
ish Government hope that Jagan's
star was past its zenith. But one
unfortunate resiilt was that the
vote was spli along racial lines.
The Indians on' the sugar es
tates and in the rice areas, irno such-thing, as Communism,
both of which thev are in an over
whelming majority, voted without
reflection or hesitation for their
co-racial Jagan. The "big African
vote in GeoFgetown. went to Burn Burn-ham.
ham. Burn-ham. ;lndian and African minori minorities
ties minorities tended not to .vote in hopeless
contests. The people of Chinese,
Portuguese and mixed origin and
the middle classes were mostly
'too confused or, disinterested to
v,ote at afl.
iTho result was that the total
poll was only 5 pr cant, so
that Jagan, supported by only
a quarter of the electoral!), won
two thirdier" '. stat.
A feature of the JaganV elec election
tion election campaigo was their avpid avpid-anee'
anee' avpid-anee' of any mention ot Commu Communism
nism Communism and their embarrassment
whenever they were challenged on
this is&ue. They have never call called
ed called their party Communist, and
have usually been equivocal in
Jagan now describes "himself as
a Marxist, adding that "there is
timepiece of Its Wnd
gives you a foretaste today of wha'
tomorrow's watches j
n be like; fully automatic and
NEXT "EL PANAWA HILTON"
only Marxism taking different
brms in different countries." Last
ear, at a priv" e party meeting
after the Burnham split, he gave
a talk on discipline which, in jar jar-;on
;on jar-;on and content, was indistinguish indistinguishable
able indistinguishable from a Moscow party pro pronouncement.
How little this country can af afford
ford afford political experiments will be
seen from, a glance at its back background
ground background and history. Ninety per cent
of the population live in a coastal
strip 2i'j miles long and between
three and five miles wide, all ol
which is about four feet below sea
The Dutch originally made it
habitable, huilding dykes, dams
and polders as if impelled by some
biological instinct. A wall or. one
side protects it from the sea and
on the other side from the flood
water from the inland swamos.
fed by a ltO-inch rainfall.
Sugar-growinff was founded on
slave labor. After the emancipa-1
tion of slaves in British territories I
in itu tne inaustry struggled to
compete against slave produced j
sugar in neighbouring territories.
In 1851 the arrival of indentured
workers from India began. This
continued until 1917. About half
the present population is. Indian.
In the 1880s the dumping of Eu
ropean beet sugar on the'worl
market brought hard times. L.
ter, around 193C, Imperial, prefer
finally in 1950 the Commonweal);
finally in 950 the Commonweal!
Sugar Agreement brought stabill
ty., By this time intense competf
tton and relatively unfavourably
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SANTA CnUZ, Bolivia, Dec. 20 President Hern an Sites Suaio.
(UP) The presidents of Argentina I Santa Crux, center of Bolivia s
and Bolivia dedicated today a 50-1 fast-growing oil development and
mfllion-do'lar, 33-mile international j of a fertile farming area was iri a
railway link giving the oil-rich holiday mood. Virtually all busi busi-Santa
Santa busi-Santa Cruz area access to world nesses closed for the occasion,
markets. 1 Officials of both countries hailed
A major engineering' undertak- the new railway facilities as
ins with 50 tunnels and several destined to play a key role In
big bridges across the Andes, the; Argentina-Bolivia trade develop develop-new
new develop-new railway was nearly 13 years iment.
in construction. By linking existing! Bolivia Issued a special postage
lines it makes possible travel by 'stamp to commemorate Aram Aram-rail
rail Aram-rail from Santos, Brazil, on the! bum s visit and the .inauguration
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the Pacific. I way, as the, new line is known of-
Provisional President Pedro E. ficially. The line was built .by a
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Jagan Puts British Guiana In Spot
(Continued From Pago 7)
local growing conditions had con concentrated;
centrated; concentrated; productioa into a sm?U
number ,o largel and highly me
chanlse3states-;:i ; M
Tho moat oloboroto mochahl'
cal irrigation ystom 'n tho world
fertilized tho ostatoo and ho
rie fields which had sineo boon
dovolopod and purtipad tho flood
wator from tho landward swamps
to th sea. '
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first major mineral enterprise, a
$42,000,000 Canadian bauxite un undertaking,
dertaking, undertaking, had been started at
Mackenzie,1 65 miles up the Der
merar a River, where the compa compa-tiy
tiy compa-tiy had built its own model town
on the ntud that is the curse of the
coastal plains. In 1956 a $42,000, $42,000,-000
000 $42,000,-000 extension for the conversion of
bauxite into alumina was started
and-will be dompleted in i960.
, ,One evest which has transformr
ed iBrittsh IGujana is the complete
eliminatlonvor, malaria by.1950 by
the use of .D.T based on the re research
search research of tho, ftalian rnalariologist
Dr. Giglioli.VAs a result tho po population
pulation population willWduble-in 20 years.
This is a Brtblem which doles
from the Brltfth i taxpayer can
never solve., Ink only way out, is
the' rapid economic development
or tne country!- (specially ot the
I interior, which!
for years to con
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will he- chary
i of making any
unnecessary new commitments in
British Guiana so. long as tho Ja-
gans are. a major influence in
us destinies r
r The ultimate solution for Brit Brit-fsh
fsh Brit-fsh Guiana, both politically and
economically, is membership of
the West Indies Federation. ,Here
again, Jagan is a liability because
he is influenced by the ignorant
prejudices of his Indian voters,
who fear they wouloV suffer from
being in a racial minority in the
It now seems that the Jagansj
while remaining Marxists, have
realised that their prude tactics of
1953 were mistaken ,and are pre prepared
pared prepared to work with the Governor
operating the interim constitution
if they can get tolerable terms.
Their aim is tov achieve full self self-government
government self-government for British Guiana y
a series of rapid steps, while In
creasing theascendancy of their
Jagan qow declares that he
would not takt an independent
British Guiana out of the Common Commonwealth.
wealth. Commonwealth. On the past record ot the
Jagans one can only hoDe that
when the time does come for such
decisions .they will have ceased
to be the leading figures in Guia-
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
The -United1 States combiuoid 'o
Chile today against that country's
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fishing boats off the coast of Chile
State Department spokesman
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sentations" were made to Chilean
Ambassador Mariano Puga. The
U. S. ambassador in Chile was
instructed to make a similar pro protest
test protest in Santiago. 1 v
The dispute stemmed from
Chile's claimt o, territorial rights
stretchine 200 mi'es to sea. The
United States recognizes only a
Reap said the Chilean govern government
ment government first sent a plane tj summon
the U.. S. fishing boats into port'
and has now sent a naval vessel
to help enforce the demand. Chile
told this country the plane fired
blank warning shots at the U. S.
vessels to attract attention.
"Thef department has instructed
the American ambassador at San Santiago
tiago Santiago to make representations to
the Chilean government against
any attempt to interfere with U. S.
fishing vessels on the high seas,"
Reap said in" a statement to re reporters
porters reporters Reap said he does not know how
many U. S. vessels were involved
or how far off the coast of Chile
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MARGARITA UNION .CHURCH
Ever sine the shepherds first
heard the angel chorus- break the
stillness of the night, Christmas
have found; the peacefulness of
the midnight hour ideally suited
for the worship of the new-born
King. In keeping' with this tra tradition
dition tradition the Margarita Union Church
will hold its annual Christmas
eve service at :00 p.m. Tues-dsv-
The service will consist, df or organ
gan organ and choral music, a brief
sermon by the pastor and a
beautiful candle-lighting ceremo ceremony.
ny. ceremony. Each worshipper will be giv given
en given a candle representing t h e
Light of Life which we know in
Much interes" is manifested by
"the worshippers in this service,
hot only in the church but also
hv their endeavors to bring the
lighted candles home and keep
them burning as long as possible.
" On Sunday the regular morning
worship hour of$$:00 a.m. will
be observed and the worship cen centered
tered centered about the Christmas theme.
The Divine-Human Encounter" is
'he title given by the pastor for
'lis message. The Christmas theme
''ill also predominate in the mu mu-.c.
.c. mu-.c. At 7:00 p.m. Sunday, the com com-ned
ned com-ned youth groups will present
ir unique program entitled "The
Christmas Procalmation." For a
voune beos-le urtder the direction
of Harrold SDickaaU have been
training as speecl) choir. As in
a musical choir, tqpre will be so solos,
los, solos, trios and othekt combinations
of voioes. The text tosed in entire entirely
ly entirely from the scriptures and cen centers
ters centers about the Christmas story. A
youth orchestra has been formed
for the occasiuL and is under the
direction of Mrs. Harrold Spick Spick-nail,
nail, Spick-nail, wife of the church choir di director.
rector. director. A refreshment hour will
follow the rograi
On Christmas Ee, the youth
groups will conduct a carol sing
at the Coco Solo hospital. The
carollers will leave the church
at 6:45 p.m. Any interested young
persons are invited to join the
At 7:00 p.m. this evening the
Margarita Sunday School will
present its annual Christmas pro program.
gram. program. The older Sunday School stu students
dents students are being trained as a choir
and will render special Christmas
music. Their department is also
scheduled iu present a pageant.
The younger children will share
in the r-ogram ith Christmas
songs and special recitations.
After the program the smaller
children will be directed to the
church social room where they
will be met by Santa Claus and
presented with an appropriate gift.'
Eafon lo Marry
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CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 19
(UP) Multimillionaire Cyrus K.
Eaton, who controls a far flung
railroad and shipping empir. will
marry a college classmate of his
dauehter in law tomorrow, one1
week short of his 74th oirthday.
A license was issued to Eavon
and Mrs. Anne Kinder Jones, 85.
today by the bride's father, Judge
Walter Kinder of the Cuyanotfa
County (Cleveland) Probate Court.
Kinder waived the five-day wait waiting
ing waiting period required by Ohio lav.
The wedding will take placo at
the farm home of Eaton's son,
Cyrus Eaton Jr., at nearby North North-field.
field. North-field. The Rev. Harold C, 1'niUips
o tne f irst joaptist inurcn oi
Cleveland will perform the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. Only immediate members
of both families will be present.
Mrs. Jones, a polio victim since
she was 24, will be married in a
Eaton, whose interests include
steel, iron ore and other industries
as well as railroads and snipping,
has seven children by a previous
marriage to the former Margaret
House. They were divorced in 1934
after 26 years of marriage, and
Mrs. Eaton died in 1956.
Mrs. Jones, a classmate of
Eaton's daughter-in-law at Vassar
College, was divorced from Brooks
M. Jones, a member of 'he law
firm of Jones. Day. Cockley and
and Reavis, of which her father
ormerly was senior partner. Mie
is the mother ol a u-year-oia
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)-The AFL-CIO ordered Its state and city bodies today to
expel Teamster Union locals from membership at once. I
The merged labor federation also advised Its more than 650 state and local groups to
oust locals of the Bakery Workers and Laundry Workers unless they conform to AFL-CIO
standards. r."i,'v" '.
All three unions were expelled Recently from the AFL-CIO for falllnro semove offi officials
cials officials charged with corruption. .-?
Official notice of the ousters, together with a reminder that the unions are not eligible
for membership In state and local AFL-CIO bo dies, was sent out today.
The follow-up on the teamsters was the first crackdown against the 1,500,000-membet
truck union since It was bounced from the CFL-CIO two' weeks ago. )
The Teamster directive was a
blunt two-paragraph letter signed
by AFL-CIO president George
Meany- and secretary treasurer
William F. Schnitzler.
Teamsters have played a key
role in many state and local labor
councils and have been serving as
officers of those organizations.
Meany has said teamster offl
cials of AFL-CIO groups may keep
their posts if they obtain member membership
ship membership cards from unions In good
Meanwhile in New York Team Team-ittrt
ittrt Team-ittrt Union presidentelect James
R. Hoffa awaited a verdict from
a Federal iury weighing charges
that he ordered installation of
telephone wiretaps to spy en un union
ion union subordinates.
The jury of seven men and five
women resumed deliberations at
10:15 a.m. on charges that could
send the chunky 44-year-old union
boss to jail for a year. He also
could be fined $10,000.
Hoff4 and two alleged confeder confederates
ates confederates Owen B. Brennan, Plymouth,
Mich., president of Teamsters Lo
cal 299,' and Bernard Spindel,
Holmes, N.Y ., a. professional wire
tapper were accused during a 19 19-day
day 19-day trial of tapping telephones at
Detroit headquarters from 1953 to'acainst Hn
1957. i r i V VI "I Mtm't nit,. i.
" names,, saig
mcwanus, one of the 13 rank-
equipment, which included hid hidden
den hidden microphones.
! Back W Washington a gray-haired
teamster today sobbed from
the Witness stand that h foarari
reprisals if he revealed names of
supporters or the rank-and-file suit
The jury fa Ned to reach- a ver
diet after eight hours of delibera
tion yesterday, , -. (
me testimony of tne govern
ment's star witness, Rudolph L.
Doelicke, was reread to the jury at
its request. The reading took three
hours. After a lunch recess, the
jury again retired with the case.
Doelicke, 31, a former New
York State policeman turned Hol
lywood actor, had testified that
on July 1951, he and Spindel
the use of wiretap equipment in
stalled at the Detroit", headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. Doelicke Said that Spindel
had hired him te help install the
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Ciu. anamem de 3uerza y
and-f lie .teamsters who trying to
invalidate t Hoffa's e 1 e ction on
grounds it was "rigged."
"I'll go to 1ail first. TWeMI
-ll-T .. : "
'' His shoulders heavtd and he
C0Vered his face with his large
hands. Sobs sounded in the Fed Federal
eral Federal courtroom.
The drslmatic refusal touched off
u ngry exenange Detween op-
ruialntt 1 r. .....
instructed Hoffa and Brennan in 4. Godfrey P. Schmidt, represent
inU the rank-and-filers, finally
promised to produce a list of
many instances of retaliations
ana reprisals" against his witness
es, -., f v
A few minutes later, under urir.
mg from the judee. McManus iden-
utiea lour teamsters who toltf him
to "go ahead" with the suit against
Hoffa. He said he couldn't recall
any others at the moment.
Teamster ? lawyer Edward Ben Bennett
nett Bennett Williams told the court after
McManus broke down that there
had been "a lot of talk" about re reprisals.
prisals. reprisals. He said there should be
some proof before there, is any
more testimony along that line.
"I will join with Schmidt in ask
ing the court to hold in contempt
anyone wno in any way is concern concerned
ed concerned with any reprisals against any
witnesses in this case," he -Said.
Schmidt's reply was his promise
to produce a reprisal list.
"I ask you to file it," Williams
"I will," Schmidt shouted.
Then McManus a member. of.
New York Local 80S fold the
court he once attended a Team Teamster
ster Teamster meeting "where a chair was
raised over a man's head."
"I don't want to put anyone in
that position," he said, urgent
pleading coming back into his
District Judge F. Dickinson Letts
ordered him to stop that kind of
talk and identify his supporters.
McManus hesitantly said .Herb
Ebert, Jim McADone, Jim Schmidt
and 'Tommy King were jhe only
one ha could recall.
K Williams asked him if "any re-
pnsals. Aany retaliation or any
threats were visited upon you be because
cause because you filed this suit."
"At the present time, no," Mc McManus
Manus McManus said.
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The nation' major railroads
served notice to the Interstate
Commerce commission today that
they plan to seek freight rate in increases.
creases. increases. The carriers did not. specify an
overall percentage increase. How However,
ever, However, they reportedly are seeking
a boost of about three per cet
on rarious commodities. f.
The railroads asked the commis commission
sion commission for permission to file niw
freight rate tariffs. f
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awarded increasesjof about 7 per
cent to railroadsf operating in he
Eastern and Western territories
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creases increases were "imminent." It told
the railroads to come in and seek
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ditional additional expenses, f
In their petition today, ihe rail
roads said the freight rate increas
es were needed because of in increased
creased increased Costs, particularly wage
booss and payroll taxes.
In line with another recommen recommendation
dation recommendation of the commission, the rail railroads
roads railroads were expected to ask for a
freight rate boost on a .commodity
by commodity basis rather than
the usual overall horizontal hike.
A commission spokesman notefl
that' the Southern Railroad was
among today's applicants. The
Southern did not put into effect
the last rate boost approved by
The proposed freight rat? hike
cannot go into e feet until 30 days
after the, carriers file their pro proposed
posed proposed increases. They would be
subject tp protests and suspension.
Since last December, the com commission
mission commission has authorized overall in
creases totaling 14 per cent to
railroads In the Eastern territory,
,12 per cent to the Western terri
tory and nine per cent in ihe
BORDIR CLASH REPORTED
TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras (UP)
Julian Zamora, deputy com commander
mander commander of the military garrison
: at ia araiso, was killed and i
soldier was wounded seriously
when a band of unidentified armed
, mea shot up the town last
night, it was reported today. El
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the depression oi me isara.
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injniMu hp also said that time
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lowest since jaw.
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An enthusiastic crowd of over 400 Daniel Clnlgllo. xTMa colt, K.f-
attended Wednesday afternoon's1 ty son of Pain Grille-Oios Vardas,
Suction of the group of eight Ar- was th. first on. put on th. block.
tin iwn-vpar-old colts and fil Pan Tostado, ano'her impressive
Two Of Three Top Basketball
Teams Lose on
looker, was bought by Alfredo BaS'
san. Trainer Luis H. Farrugia
Manuela Pedraza, a beautiful
chestnut filly, went to Augusto W.
Newman. She is by Pesy-Ligadura.
La Fa ma, the only other filly.
horfon u; th thp anima S EOinK iu was acquired uy rauauia a secuuu
iu KiHHorc who offered the highest; Vice President Heraclio Barletta
mis llltie Day is a aaugruer oi
The youngsters all were sold for
a set price of $2,250, but a new sys system
tem system for the bidding was employed
,ith WHs ari-eDted only on the
down payment. The base price of
$225 was the amount at which bios
jf the six horses sold at the
auction, only one was contested.
This was Xistularis, a handsome,
strapping brown son of Pesy-Novia.
Trainer Vicente Vasquez bid him in
at $400 down for Lt. Col. Carlos
Arosemena after a spirited contest
with veteran trainer Henry White,
who represented a group of Gam-
The two colts not sold during the
auction. Platano and Brote, were
privately boucht immediately aft after
er after auctioneer Ibero Fernandez end
ed his spiel
By FRED DOWN
There's fresh new evidence to
day that the best way to stay out
of trouble in college basketball is
u stay out of the other lellow's
Only three of the nation s top
dozen teams were in action
Wednesday night and two of them
lost on tneir rivals' courts. Un-
rankea vVicnita whipped lOth-rated
UCLA, 83-68, at Wicnita, Kan., and
Illinois downed Kice, 65-82. in a
thriller at Champaign, 111.
The loss was the first for UCLA
but the third in five games lor
Kice which is rated 12th in the
At tne same time, ninth-ranked
nf Ppsv-nr-1 Maryland had matters all its way
tiga while Brote. a strapping cnest- o -iic8c
nut, is by Pesy-Brizna
Eight more two-year-old colts
named Deungalope, a chestnut off
spring of Pesy-Alcoba.
Pastoreo, ono of th best-looking
of the group, went to lucky
White settled for a much smaller, anA tmPi ropntlv hnnuht hv trark
and less-impressive looking animal manaer Pab0 A, Thayer were
scheduled to arrive today and will
he auctioned sonn under the same
system used Wednesday. Only
$225 (or more down) on a set price
of $2,250 to be completed 'with 50
per cent of the purses earned by
the animal until the full payment
The great Argentine horse
Trasqo, which is entered to com compete
pete compete in the S3. 000 added one mile
and one-eighth New Year's Day
Classic, was expected to be on
the same plane with the two-year-olds.
Twelve more Argentine thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds arrived Tuesday. They were
imported by Ernesto Paris and
Jose Antonio Pausa. The thorough thoroughbreds,
breds, thoroughbreds, four and five-year-olds, are
on sale. Interested persons may
contact Paris at the President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon racetrack.
The newcomers are Alcaraz, Ba Ba-thal,
thal, Ba-thal, Fistrion. Del Vecino, Escar Escar-cillo,
cillo, Escar-cillo, Goliat, La Generala, NaVval,
Fili"hon, Rajah, Segador and The
The GrimaMo Investments im importing
porting importing firm also bought two two-year-old
colts that will arrive here
early in January. The colts, Sober
View and Golden Rocket, will be
placed on sale as soon as they
reach the Isthmus.
Only one newcomer is scheduled
to break' Into the local racing pic pic-lure
lure pic-lure over the weekend. He is the
three-year-old Irish black colt
Guadalcanal, a son of Alizier-Coral
Crystal, which will make, his de debut,
but, debut, in Sunday's, second race. An An-t6ni6
t6ni6 An-t6ni6 Eskildsen owns and trains the
ing Nav; 88-58, for Wo. 5 in a row.
And rugged Louisville whipped
Marquette, 73-65, at Louisville, Ky.
Wichita threw up a tight de
fense in the second half to over overcome
come overcome a 41-34 halftime deficit and
score its fifth victory in six
games. Wichita went ahead of the
Pacific Coast Conference title con contenders,
tenders, contenders, 62-61, on a free throw by
Don Locke with seven minutes
and 53 seconds' remaining and
never was headed thereafter.
Wichita's Al Tate and UCLA's
Ben Rogers shared scoring honors
with 19 points each.
Illinois, shaping up as a strong
Big Ten contender despite the
big man, had a 45-41 lead over
Rice at the half and was tied but.
nevef headed in the second; half.
It was a key win for the, Iiliui
because they proved they could
beat a team with a big man.
Rice's key man, was 6-foot, 10 10-inch
inch 10-inch Temple Tucker, who scored
12 'field goals and four free throws
for 28 points. But Don Ohl con connected
nected connected for 29 for Illinois and soph sophomores
omores sophomores Govoner Vaughn and Marv
Jackson had 12 and 12 respective respectively.
ly. respectively. Sophs Charlie McNeil and Al
Bunge starred as .Maryland re remained
mained remained unbeaten with its easy
triumph over Navy. M McNeil had
points and Bunge, a 6-8 "strong
man," had 18 for the taller Terra
Oklahoma City out shot Wyo
ming, 23-11, from the foiil line for
the big difference in a 75-59 tri
umph; Virginia bad four players
in double figures as it downed
Washington and Lee, 87-63; Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt romned over The CitadeL
90-61, Dartmouth beat Holy Cross,
69-64, Connecticut defeated Col
gate, 82-61, and Niagara whipped
Syracuse, 78-61, in other games.
Yankees Tackle Chesterfield
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trail in the, standings by only one arid one-half
games. JXf;' .t : ;;'Vv;:0:
" 'sweep by the Yankees would move them into
second place with a 5-5 record while the league lead leaders
ers leaders would drop to the cellar with a 4-5 mark.
AGGIES END DRILLS
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UP)
Because of neavy scholastic
committments on Wednesdays, the
Duke. University football team,
whicti plays Oklahoma in the Or Orange
ange Orange Bowl on New Year's Day,
fact that it does not have a good didn't workout Wednesday.
' The Smokers' Jim DePalo (1-1),
has been named to oppose Carta
Vieja workhorse Jerry Davte (i-;,
in the Udliuer,. wnicn wui gei un un-riprwav
riprwav un-riprwav at 6 o'clock. lit the after-
nip Leonardo Fereuson (0-0), will
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Costa Rican border in the province
of Bocas del Toro, will be making
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The voung righthander,1 who nas
been impressive in relief stints a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Cerveza Balboa, pitched for
Kearney, Class D, Nebraska Statej
League, this year.
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the loop approaches the end of a
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gan began last Sunday with the game in
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tion restoration of friendly business relations
between Charles A. Comiskey.
'vice president of the Chicago
White Sox, and' his 'sister, Mrs.
Dorothy Rigney, took a turn for
the worse today.
The two appeared to have patch patched
ed patched up their differences over White
Sox stock Wednesday following a
ruling in the situation by a probate
Then Mrs. Rigney learned of a
sattement by Comiskey that she
was "the victim of bad advice"
in selling 15 shares of her White
Sox holdings 10 to her husband,
Jbhn, also a- White Sox vice-presi
fent, and five to 'Roy Egan, i
club director and attorney.
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night with a statement that she
had h?en "Ill-advised" on several
occasions in White Sox business
history but that they stemmed
from wishes to prevent Comiskey
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Probate Judge R. Jerome
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estate of her mother, Mrs. Grace
Comiskey, and1 the ruling drew
pleased reactions" from Mrs. Rig Rigney
ney Rigney and her brother.
There; was no game on Monday,
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Yanks split .the first -bargain bill
of the campaign 3-0 and 6-3.
Wednesday the Beermen stopped
the Smoker's cold with a 4-0 victo victory
ry victory and all the teams rested up last
Tomorrow is'open date, with Cer
veza Balboa and Chesterfield
scheduled to open a two-game se
nes Sunday afternoon at 3:30. The
second game is set for Monday at
The three clubs will eniov a
three-day Christmas vacation on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
next weeK. The schedule will be
resumed Friday, Dec. 27, with a
contest between Carta Vieja and
Leading hitter Whitey Schmidt
will get an opportunity tonight to
fatten up on his bulging .407
batting average. His nearest ri rival
val rival for loop leadership is Hector
Lopez of the Beermen, who has
a .345. BA.
The "Case of the Enrntv Ball.
park'1 continues to mystify league
officials who have beenunable to
figure out why fans have been
staying away in droves despite th?
excellent games being offered. i
It was announced today
that beginning next week all sinele
week-day games will begin aj 7:30
pjn. instead of g:00, the; present
Manama professional league
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. TONIGHT'S GAMES 2
i uiympic ataaium:. Chesterfield YDePalo
ni wmP'c otaaium:. wnestertielrj (DePalo 1-1 and
Ferguson 0-0) vs. Carta Vieja (Davie 1-2 anrJ. Umbricht
G&me.time1 6;00 p.m,
Army 65 Springfield 52
Brown 73 Amherst 71
Niagara 78 Syracuse 61
Car. Tech (8 Westminster" 66 (ot)
Connecticut 82 Colgate 61
Dartmouth 6? Holy Cross 64
Providence 68 St. Michaels 53;
Quantico Marines 69 Belmont A. 57
Fairmont St. Hartwick 72
W. Chester T. 61 Baldwin-W 53
Virginia 87 Wash & Lee 63
Maryland 88 Navy 58
Louisiana St. 67 Florida St.
Louisville 73 Marouettei 65
Vanderbilt 90 Citadel 61
Miami VO.) 106 Marshall 97
Illinois 85 Rice 82
Missouri 82 Texas 61
Wichita 83 UCA'68
Steubehville 91 Wheeling 64
Youngstown 83 Akron 70
Denver 76 Omaha 57
Oklahoma City 75 Wyoming 59-
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Drake 74 Air Force Acad. 69
Montana St. 79 N, Dakota St. 69
Fairmont St. 85 Hartwick 72
W; Cheste TM61 Baldwin-W 53
Virginia 87' Washington 4r'.Le -fj
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CHICAGO, Dec. 20 (UP)--Ted
Williams of the Red Sox added an
other title to his ever growing: col
lection today when he was named
the American League v slugging,
champion for the ninth time injiis
career on the basis of his ,731 per percentage
centage percentage in 1957. .
Williams' mark was the highest
j in the major leagues- in J6 years.
1 The Boston slugger1 hit for 307 to
tal bases in 420 official times at
baC'.He hit38. homers, 28 doubles
and one triple while compiling a
.388 average that also won him the
batting title lor the fifth time.
Mickey r Mantle of the Yankees
wa s runrrerup to the; i 39-year-old
Williams in slugging with a .663
average. Mantle was followed by
Roy Sievers of Washington with
.579, Gene.-Woodling of Cleveland
with .521, and vie were, also ot
Cleveland, with .485.
' Mantle drew mote walks 'than
any player in the league, 146, of
which 23 were intentional. Williams
had" a total of 119 walks. Of that
total, 33 were Intentional., consti
tuting a major league record.
For the second, straight year.
Minnie' Mifloso,' recently traded to
the Indians by the White Sox, was
hit the most times by pitched
balls, 21. Jim Lemon of Washing Washington
ton Washington was another repeater. He set
an all-time league record by strik striking
ing striking out 138 times in 1956, and he
led the league again this year with
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. SOON IRS END WORKOUTS -N0RMAN1
.Okla. (UP) Okla-
homa coach Bud Wilkinson
! planned, to dismiss his football
players Friday for a six day
hiatus before resuming workouts
! for i their Jan. 1 meeting with
Duke in the Orange Bowl.
Wilkinson, 'who said his team
was in good physical condition,
planned to regroup here on Dec
26 iw the flight to Miami, Fla.
The Sooners worked on a variety
of maneuvers Wednesday. I
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The Stud Cinco Estrellas speedy Grarailla to
morrow, goes out in quest of a repeat victory in the
featured $75Q seven furlong sprint tor second and
third imported thoroughbreds at the President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon racetrack. v ;
Only four starters are scheduled) week's most thrilling wjndup again
are Sunfalr, Germanio and Michir Michir-ina.
ina. Michir-ina. which were nosed out by Hos-
tieador. This trio will .battle it out
in the seventh race, another seven
tn nnnnse the front-running daugh
ter of Selim Hassn-Gradas. They
are the sorinter Louvre, routers
Town's Wall and Kadir and mud
loving Embassy. .
Town's' Wall was a fast closing
second' to Gramilla last Sunday
and ould Improve on that per
formance tomorrow. Alejandro
Ycaza,;who rode Town's Wall last
week, will again be aboard the
Cuadra Mexico star while little
Heliodoro Gustines, now back in
winnine; form, has the1 leg up on
Gramilla once more.
Louvre, which wound up a bad
last his previous time out, has been
working well and could make it a
post-to-post victory here. Julio Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, his regular rider, will
handle the reins. "Embassy, ap apparently
parently apparently gone sour will have Brau Brau-lio
lio Brau-lio Baeza aboard.
Kadir, a slow starting stretch
runner, may find the' conditions of
this race suitable to his sfyle if
Gramilla and Louvre hook up in a
suicidal battle for the lead from
the start Competent Chilean jockey
Guillermo Rivera will do the boot
The secondary attraction finds
Another hiabUsht on the card
should be the expected thriller be
tween Quickie and Thunderstreak,
ridiculously easy winners their pre
vious times-out. This pair or Brit British
ish British thoroughbreds are slated to go
in the second race.
Seven : other t Interesting, races
round out a well-balanced card.
4 Mr. Jack
5 Jasallto J
three of the four horses in last 10 Kadir
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Can Stand Grinding
Of Cameras If Price Is Right
liOWLING WINNERS Completln-t another period of league play, the-. Albrook Officers
Wives Club awarded prizes to cutstandinp; bowers and winning teams, last Thursday atv a
breakfast held at the Albrook Officers' Club. Mrs. Truman H. Landon, wife of the Com Commander,
mander, Commander, Caribbean Air Command made presentations. Above, the first place team are
shown receiving their gifts' (left o right) Natalie Burgenhelm, Lois Ludwig, Edna Dales.
Elaine Boyce. team captain and Mrs. Landon.
Ft. Clayton Open Final Round
To Be Played Sunday Morning
Race Track Graded Entries
Pool Closet 1:00
1st Reee, 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400 ;
V FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Bradomin S. Hernandez 110x--Brilliant effort in last.
a-Cachafai J. Phillips 115 Form indicates
-Edith. Piaf r B. Baeza 110 -Depends on start
4 P 'ariidadM Aguirre 110 4-Good recent races
5 Grey Juan-;. G. Prestott J10 i-Could rinirise
MeWse:t; ;v CI BoVil-113 -Returns from layoff,
ambnoleur1-- F. Alvarez 108 ,r-Ran well in last v
Rice, 6th Seriei Imp. 7 Fei. Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:30
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
A. Vasquej 115: ft-Alwiys tuns wel
. R. Cristian 113 Back ;in best form
A. Vcaza 110 Fair effort in last
; B Baeza lia Fastest at getaway
5 Thunderstreak R.' Vasquez 115 4-In jfight to finish
1 Blue Sky
The third round of the Fort
Clayton Open was played last
unuay. i . mm ...
rtiuht Mai M-90. laminB. 89-90-91 0850
or Tom Connor holds a 18 stroke Oleen 90-93-92, Travis, 96-94
loan nvAr his rlncett romrwHtnr 81. Reish. 9890i92 0900
Tn tho 1st Fiiuht Mainr n t. r Messner 2-93-102.1 -Stevenson.
Knoll has a 2 stroke lead over 96-89-104, Hawkinson, 99-105-100
Maior Frank Coniski. ,0910
Competition in the 2nd flight
By OSCAR FRALEY
new york (UP) The ro
goners nave louna a tournament
which is tougher to win than the
U.S. Open and, in the process,
have proved that, even the worst
prima donnas of cow pasture pool
can stand the grinding of cameras
if the price Is right.
Cameras have been the bane of
the bunker brigade ever since golf
became important enough to pho pho-trograph.
trograph. pho-trograph. Many a photographer
has barely escaped having a nine
iron or a putter imbedded in his
But television has chansed all
that by sound-proofine the whirr
of the cameras with dollar bills.
A Soothing Effect
The soothing effect of green
backs on the camera-shy nerves of
the nation's top pros is being
proved every Saturday by a tee-J
vee show called All-Star Gof. It
is a series of 26 matches, each
an 18-hole medal play affair, with
tne winner coming back the next
week against a new opponent.
Six cameras record the action
To make it even worse on the
tender sensibilities of the pros.
they have to wait between each
shot while the cameras are moved
into position. Thus one film
takes about six hours.
But the waiting, and the jumny
nerves, all become worthwhile
with the winner receiving $2,000,
the loser getting $1,000 and a $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 bonus for a hole-in-one and a
$50Q bonus for ea?h eagle.
OKvor Shoots 42
Ed (Porky) Oliver proved that
the grinding of the picture ma
chines can't be too bad. In the
first match he shot a 62 in beat beating
ing beating Julius fctoroi.
But others who competed in the
matches, which are played under
tournament regulations and edited
down to an hour show, view the
affair with rather mixed emotions.
Along The Fairways
The Gamboa Gun Cluh in hnlri. ,.
Jig its Annual Christmas "Turkey nh
Shoot" at 10 a.m. on Sunday. Dec.
"You might call this the ulcer J?001." 10 am. on Sunday, Dec. zi
open," says Bob Toski. "With the nli mieresiea snooters' ana n,i
small gallery on hand, it's like the re coraiaiiy invit- uj
Yankees playing in Yankee Stadi- Ze . ... h
urn before 70,000 people with no- M hrf 'rlf 1 J ft hand uWlH?
body uttering a word." JLJ" who feel
Yet. Billy Maxwell summed it reJ lSure '"oot, the Gun ,n
in hv ..vino it .ii u,nrthu,hii uu a ana lrP ranges WUi l
-r- j j 0 .. .... ... i aval ah Inr hnm ".l. t .n
finTm.r1, h"P t0 edU"te Vh0 C8re to Iharpi
golfing masses. fyes nd their
Then too, there's all that lovely i
snooiera" 1 1
up their ti
Edgar (Sam) Rice
Edgai (Sam) Rice, for 19 years
a star outfielder with the Wash
ington Senators, is regarded by
many as the greatest ball player
of the past who hasn't yet been
elected to the Hall of Fame. His
lifetime batting average was .322
and he made 2,987 hits, a total
surpassed by only seven other
players in history. In three World
Series, Sam batted .302 and had
12 hits in the 19?5 series alone.
Whatever happened to Sam
Rice? Today, at 65, ne uvea in
semi retirement on his
farm at Ashton, Md.
BRITISH AMATEUR CHANGED
LONDON (UP) The Roval anH
Ancient Goli Club of St. Andrews,
Scotland has announced that the
format of the British Amateur
championships will include for the
first time 36 holes of qualifying
competition. Under the new set setup,
up, setup, the U. S. Golf Assn. would be
allowed to name 10 players who
would be exempt from qualifying,
including the U.S. Amateur champ
champ if he decided to compete.
BOXING IN BOSTON
BOSTON UP) The National
AAU boxing championships, held
in Boston the last two decades.
pigeon will he held here again next year
Ion March 17 and 18.
is also highly interesting witn
Set. Voth holding only a two-
stroke lead over Lt. Cbfc Dean
Capt Taffe holds what appears
to be an insurmountable lead in
the third flight and Sgt. Kelley
seems to be in command in the
Pnmnff anil "KtarhnP. time for
the, final Tdund; to be'i played Sun-
Taffe, 87-89-85, Almeda, 88-03-92,
Williams, 108-92-96 0920
Knoll, 82-77-72, Coniski, 79-80-78,
Wood: 79-80-84 0930
Kelly. 83-85-84, Turner, 95-84-w,
Jacobsen. 90-97-92 0940
Walton. iU8-Bs, siager; iuxdi
J08, Leheny, 10898-99 0950
ures 'following thil players names Watson, 113-108-09 000
are scores posted to,; date.
3rd Race,. "F' Natives S Fgs. Purtt $37J
'V ONE TWO
'- -v: :-. i i y
1 Enganosb Vy R. -Vasque2 115 : 'Fdrm indicates
2 Rabiblanco "B. Baera ll5 Back in top inform
3 Olimpico H. Ruiz 102 Could go all the way
4 Pichoto 11 A. Vasquez 112 Distance to liking
5 Golden Wonder S. Hernan. 105x-Lacks early speed
6 Julie H. Gustines 106 Ran well in last,
7 Solito F. Justiniana 97x Must go lower
8 Kalalu J. Rodriguez 115 Usually fractious
Pool Close's 2:00
4th Race, "Hla.
1 Don Manuel
4 --Mr. Jack
5 Full Moon
6 Brcc Val
7 El Pequeflo
Natives i Ft. luV$o $37$
Pool Closes 2:30
' A. Ycaza 112 -Racing to best form 8-1
A. Gonzales 100 XHas strongest finish 5-1
. F. Alvarez 106 Waste of time 20-1
B. Baeza 110 --Should score how EVEN
H. Gustines 108 Could get up here 3-1
B. Aguirre HO Depends start 4-1
S. Hernandej lOOx Strong effort in- last 5-2
8 San Cristobal V. Ortega 110 Usually breaks poorly 4-1
5th Race, "G'
' Natives Fgs P,r $375 e. -Pool Closes 3:00
A. Vasquez;3l Should beat theie EVEN
H. Gustines 112 Back in-winning shape 5-2
A. Reyea 115 Would pay Ul 10-1
B. Baeza 108 Fastest at getaway 3-1
Af Ycaza 112 Loves ,rtnnerup ;spot 2-1
At thB eiirf nf threa rrinnila In
the ladies division, Virginia lam laming
ing laming has a i-stroke lead over Ma
ry Barger.. The final round in, this ;v
division, wm w piayea; today, ; M
--v.. .1 11UC19 ill J,Vu DU) inuuiutcji
CHAMPIONSHIP i FLIGHT W.-V Momseey, 101.1027
. .j .. n L,ammg, sz-88-87, tsarger,
Connor 767-70. fHearne. 79- Turner, 107-101-108
74-75, Harnson, 81.79-70
PHILS SIGN CAMILLI
PHILATJiELl-HIA (UP) Dolph
Camilli, who won the Most Valua
ble Player Award in 1941 while a
star first baseman with the Brook'
iyn Dodgers, has been signed as
a scout in the San.- Francisco (Bay
area by -the Philadelphia Phillies
Brown, 77-84-72. Kirkley 81-77-76,
Jaggers, 80-76-79 Ui- 0810
rrhalt, 8583-78, Shank. 87-82-82.
Vistes, 82-92-79 0820
massoud, 89-84-82. Cheney. 87-86-
Binder, 82-87-89, Bishop, 89-89-83,
Dooley, 90-89-88 0840
th Race, oth ieries Imp'T Pga. Pro $400
FIRST JRACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 3:40
3 Oro Purito
Jf Rodriguez 110 Poor third in 'last I' 5-2
'. v B. Baeza 105 Returns from" layoff 4-1
m -3.:. Phaiipa 115 Nothing in montha" 15-1
F.rAirarez 103 Could surprise 5-1
5. Hernandez 103x Reportedly mproved 5-1
iR. Cristian 110 Seems, best here EVEN
J. Jimenez 115 Post position helps 3-1
7th Race, 4th UrlesHmp. 7 Fg. Purse $400
. 2 Germanio
SECOND-RACE OF THE DOUBLE
? A. Ycaza 115 V-Could get up now
G. Rivera 110 -Could go all the way
V.' Ortega 113 Was never letter
: A. Alfaro 103xLongshot specialist
Rodriguez 115 Has fight on hands
Pool Closes 4:10
th Race, "Special". Imp.' Fgs. Purse $450
Ml 11.11 I m
Pool Closes 4:45
...now in the
1 Blue Zulu
2 Valdina Jeep
AYcaza 110 May go all the way
G. Rivera 110 Ran well is debut
R. Cristian 108 Returns ia good shape
H. Gustines 101 Form indicates
C. Bovil 106 Not ready yet
B."" Baeta 105 Complete failure
th rice, Sth Series Imp. i Fgs. Purs $50
f' , ONE TWO
V 1-Grec ; H. Ruia 110 -Last doesnt count
2 Manandoagua B. Aurre 110 Will fight It out
I 3 nar Bravo H. Gustinei 108 -.Enjoying good form
I 4 Cr-a-ientar Star B. Baeza 115 -Mutuels favorite A
Sy5 MiJxl S. Hernandez 105x Can surprise her.
Don Dam 11. Arocemena 190 Rider handicaps
" 1 7 Picudo H. Justiniani 103x-Would dit lon 6Mk
a ; . i ' s -- ..
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Pool Ckses 5:15
Peel C:e;j 5:45
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Santa Clara. Bon 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1671.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homei. on
beach. Phona Thopmsoo. Balboa
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach Hou. On mil past the
Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Beginning February
the 1st. for 4 monthe or more,
furnished residence, television.
Exclusive residential area. Phone
FOR RENT: Two furnished
houses, two bedrooms, chalet
style. 48th, street Uruguay No.
25, Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedrooms
$85.00. San Francisco. Phone
FOR RENT: Site for office,
warehouse, store, Calle "Q" op opposite
posite opposite Estadio Nacional. Apart Apartments
ments Apartments In Pueblo Nuevo, $20.00,
monthly. Phone 3-0983.
TODAY ENCANT0 .35-.20
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AUTO BANO, S. A.
Box 546 Panama, R. P. Tel. 3-7437
Has for sale the following stock
6,000 shares of common stock
at $10.00 per share
to complete financing of the "3 minute car
Mash,' drive-in restaurant and shopping
center on 50th Street across the street from
the "El Baturro" supermarket in Panama
For complete information and for the buying of
these shares kindly contact Mr. Phillip Harman,
President of Auto-Bano, S. A. and the Foreign Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President of The American Auto Laundry Association,
at the present Auto-Bano (3 minute car wash) on
the Transisthmian Highway ne.r Sears. Mr. Harman
is there from 9 in the morning until 6 at night.
YOIT CAN BUY EITHER ONE (1) OR
AS MANY SHARES AS YOU WISH
ATTENTION. 0. 1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments. I,
2 bedrooms, hot. celd water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room with bath,
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Campo Alegre. phone Panama
3-7192. 3:00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern one bed bedroom
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with built-in kitchenette
(stove refrigerator, cabinet, hot
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FOR RENT: Beautiful one
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FOR RENT: 2 Luxurious apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 2 bedrooms in Esparta
Building. The most modern in
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FOR RENT: Attractively furn furn-nished
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FOR RENT: Furnished one
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Very cool $85.00. Another
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3884. 3-3884. Pentecostal Church
Tv. CunHav School and the
Young People's Department of the
. I T.' .. : U ( nt find
renietusiat r aim nui.n
ichorrillo, will present their an annual
nual annual Christmas program tonight
i .The program will be in two
'parts, the first part will be the
'singing of carols by the Sunday
'school and the congregation and
recitations and acrostic by the
j The second part will be a dram dram-ialic
ialic dram-ialic candlelight service entitled'
"The Great Light" by the Y.P.E.
The choir, under the direction of
Mrs. Miriam Murriell, will play a
' On Sunday, Thomas Bracey will
deliver the message at the II a.
m. worship service. At 7:30 p.m.
Cecil N. Roach wi'l be the speak speaker
er speaker and his message is entitled
'Th Rnval Visit
t At 3 p.m., the Sunday School at
i 12 St. Rio Abajo, under the super supervision
vision supervision of Mrs. Gertrude McLean,
will present their annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas program of carols and reci recitations.
tations. recitations. On Christmas morning at 5:30,
the church will join in the annual
sunrise candlelight service, after
which the Lord's Supper will be
The public is invited.
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PABMAC1A LUX-184 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-J r mm. dm im f Ava. S: 41 fOTO DOM Juste Araemena Ave. and W S eJU"i
VAN-DER-J18-60 8treet Ne. S3 FABMACIA EL BATUBBO Parana Ulm a
(he Bella Vtata Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1951 Willyi jeep
station wagon, good mechanical
condition, reasonable for cash
delivery Dec. 30th. Harris,
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury Tu Tudor,
dor, Tudor, $450. See at 913-B. Rous Rousseau.
FOR SALE: A station wagon in
excellent condition $2300.00.
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 62
grey coupe, 4200 miles. Last
chance before duty goes up.
Reasonable price. Call Navy Pa Pacific
cific Pacific 2390.
FOR SALE: 1957 Hillman Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 3.200 miles, in good con condition.
dition. condition. Leaving. Phone 6111.
A lb rook or 3-0765 Panama.
FOR SALE: B a r g a i n 1949
Hudson 6 sedan, good condition,
good tires. $125.00. Tel. 2 2-1783,
1783, 2-1783, Panama.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile '49
DeLuxe, 2 door. 545-A Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Heights 5295.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
two door sedan with radio, very
good condition. Balboa 0774-F.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan. Priced right. House
886 Morgan Place. Phone 2 2-1496.
1496. 2-1496. FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
club coupe, DeLuxe, low mile mileage,
age, mileage, new battery, like new tires,
immaculate condition. Can be
financed $825.00. Tel. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge cus custom
tom custom Rouxre hard top sedan W
S W tires, power streering. $2. $2.-600
600 $2.-600 cash. Phone Pedro Miguel
333 or see at 2624-B. Cocoli.
rOTJB FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-ses.
ses. callous-ses. Ingrown toe nails, toot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
J. Arosemena Ave. S3-4S
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 7-0552
155 Central Ave.
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Travel Service
- Tel. 2-1661
Aboard PAA Plane
LONDON (UP) A Pan-Ameri
can pilot ordered a $0,000 rate
norse snot on ar Atlantic crossing
because the panic-stricken animal'
threatened to kick out the aide of
the plane, the airline revealed
Capt. Stan Mulholland said the
Italian bred yearling Rockwoods
became so violent Wednesday that
the lives of the five crew mem members
bers members and four grooms were in dan danger.
ger. danger. He ordered it (hot after con consulting
sulting consulting the grooms.
Mulholland said the horse
wrecked it stall and broke its
halter when it panicked.
The plane returned to Shannon,
Trelaqd, to unload the carcass and
then continued its flight to New
-t wih the eight o'her race
horses that were aboard.
Central Avenue 12.1U Tel 431
FOR SALE: New blonde oak
Magnavox, console heigh fidelity
phonograph and radio, $200.00.
Tel. Balboa 3156.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
tables, couch, chairs, $40.00,
4 bumer apartment stove $20,
beauryrest bed with mahogany
frame $60.00. Must sell. Im Im-mediately.
mediately. Im-mediately. Call Balboa 2-1446.
FOR SALE: "Dixie" 4 burner
gas stove in perfect condition.
Most reasonable priced for cash.
FOR SALE: Set of Lady Ha.
milton China, 22 karat in f Mi Migraine,
graine, Migraine, cheap. Call 2-4840 Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Korean Republic's
Forces May Soon
Get Guided Missiles
SEOUL, Korea, Dee. 20-(UP)-
Lt. Gen. Yu Jae Hung, chairman
of the Republic of Korea's joint
chiefs of staff, said today high U.S.
officials told him ROK forces may
be furnished guided missiles.
Yu did not say whether they
would be operated by Korean or
His statement came on the heels
of an announcement in Tokyo that
Japan would be provided with side sidewinder
winder sidewinder air-to-air missiles.
High military sources said ROK
troops currently are undergoing
training on missiles and nuclear
Yu said he talked with high U.S.
officials who gave "every indica-
tion" that guided missiles would be
brought to Korea.
7:00 -- TODAY! 9:00
$1.10 per CARl
JOHN AGAR in
"THE GOLDEN MISS'
SAT. SUN. MON.
DALE ROBERTSON In
The Ideal Gift
Come and see the
marvelous assorxm e n i u.
of Cameras, projectors,
viewers, films and ac- U
First class service
t4 hours service
Open Until 9:00 p.m.
Central Ave. 18-81
7? BaeM r nival TttAlP
m Ukajuv v.aivaea m
C APIT OLIO
with Ed. Q. Robinson
- Also: -JUMP
with Richard Todd
I BiiMt at FABMACIA 1A" Via Porra
FOR SALE: Chalet In Lat
Cumbres with or' without fur-)
niture 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
maidroom, nice garden with
large porch, concrete, patio and
children swimmingpoel. Informa Information
tion Information telephone Panama 2-1718.
Las Cumbres 2032 7th Street
No. 700. Special low price,
leaving the country.
FOR SALE: Hills Cottage at
Coronado Beach, 2 bedrooms,
modem improvements, 2 power
plants and well on -property.
Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
Boats & Motors
World's largest 100 fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass cabin crusier, on display
at ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
side street Panama Hotel.
FOR SALE: 15 ft. runabout,
25 h.p. lohnstoii motor trailer
and equipment. $525.00. Phone
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE:
Outboard Speedboat, 1 0 h.p.
Evinrude. See at Abernathy'a or
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator all porcelain already
listed for conversion, $15.00.
Mahogany liquor cabinet with
radio, $125.00. 1949 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet two door ledan with radio,
very good condition, $395.00.
FIVE SUICIDE TRIES
FAYETTE VILLE, N.C. (UP)
Robert L. Graham, 22-year-old
soldier, was held by Army author
lties today in connection with five
alleged attempts at suicide be
cause he said his wife "doesn't
love me any more." Fayetteville
police said Graham, stationed at
tt. Knox, Ky.,vdrank kerosene
tried "to down himself twice, at
tempted to hang himself ind tried
to break his neck -between fell
ASE OF REASON
LONDON (UP) The British
jMinistry of Pensions and Na
tional Health formally notified its
staff today that in determining
"(whether a person is a child, the
prime consideration is the age."
BALBOA 8:15 A 8:00
Jack 1 Hawkins
"MAN IN THE SKY"
Vlveca Lindfora t;
Late Show 10:30
"1Z ANGRY MEN"
WAR 40 PEACE,
MARGARITA :, 7:M
"PUBLIC PIGEON '&
Late Shaw !0:30
(.11 A S:M
"A MAN IS
LA BOCA imi
Don't Lie" and
Late Show 10:30
f:U il ii
Late Show 10:30
25c , 15c.'
WINGS OF DANGER
with Robert Beatty
- Also: -y
with Howard Duff
Gold Mm S5M.08'
The Naked Street
with R. Mitchum
111 MOVKPAOU e.Tua
Jusr received largest stock ever
shewn in Panama.. Fishing tack tack-les,
les, tack-les, cypress fjardan water skis,
baseball ana) under water equip-
ment. Hundreds of sports items
to select from. A guarantee of
satisfaction with every aale.
ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
aide street Panama Hotel., Phone
3-689$ or 3-0264. Open until
FOR SAL!: New 1W h.p. air air-conditioner,
conditioner, air-conditioner, 60 cycle, 220 volts.
Never uncrated, cost $350.00.
Sell $300.00. Phone 2-2902.
FOR SALI: 4 by 6 nylon swim swimming
ming swimming pool for children. It ia
brand new, and will sell for
$20.00. Call Panama 3-0683.
FOR SALE: Dining table table-chairs;
chairs; table-chairs; piano; radio-phonograph;
horse; toys; miscellaneous.
2308-B. Balboa 3715.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 25
cycle, $35.00; Maple Flooring,
$1.00 per 50 sq, ft.; one (1)
3 p.h. Motor, 25 cycle, $10.00;
Fiberglass 14 Diving Board, 1
New $125.00, 1 Used, $25.00;
1 3 -way Swimming Pool Filter
Valve, $50.00; 100 ft. Sun Sunproof
proof Sunproof Flex-O-Plpo (plastic),
$50.00; Slate for one' pool
table $10.00. Cristobal YMCA YMCA-USO.
USO. YMCA-USO. FOR SALE: AMERICAN FLY'
ER electric train. Like new. In Includes
cludes Includes table, 300 watts trans transformer,
former, transformer, many accessories such
as, tunnel and ornaments. Phono
3-4718 during office hours.
FOR SALE: More used mag magnetic
netic magnetic recording tapes $1.35 each
or five for $6.00. EDITORIAL
CARIBE bookstore. Panama 2 2-5474
5474 2-5474 FOR SALE: X mas Special.
Como karly and select from tho
new crop of woodroses. Plenty
of long' stemmed pnes are now ;
available. ; Excellent for Xmea ;
gifts.' For you convenience wt
are open, froirt" 8 a.m. until S
p.m. Anton "iatreenhouse,, Mor
can Garden: Serosal. V.
FOR SALE: Last chance. Only
four days t sell out: communi communication
cation communication receivers, speakers, tubes,
transformes, coils, miscellaneous
radio spare parts. Bargain prices.
House 5183-B, Diablo Curling.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blacks, 4"x12"
x12". They are economical, light
and do notcrack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco (V Alfararia, S.
A.. Via Espana No. 37-40.
CONTRACTORS, BULIDERS For
septic tanks and water outlets,
in general insist on Clayco terra
cotta pipes, specially made for
such pusposes, and resistant to
compression and acid action, 4"x
12" pipes at 12 aents each.
FOR SALE: At reasonable
prices: 12 cu. ft. Cold Spot re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator automatic defrost re re-'
' re-' friflerator-freeser, Kanmora gas
stove With built-in electric rotis rotis-serie,
serie, rotis-serie, 18 mo. old. large hot wat water
er water neater, complete mahogany
bedroom set with! three matching
Chinese rugs, bedspread and
drapes. Swedish dining room sat
8 chairs, tea table-bar, buret by
Heres, 9x12 red Chinese rug, 2
studio couches with covers and
cushions,, various Jamps, potted
plants, kitchen chair and' other
equipment. Call at Edificio Urra Urra-ca.
ca. Urra-ca. Aptdo. 7-C end 46th Street,
Bella Vista. Telephone 3-4857.
homo Saturday evening and Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning.
FOR SALE: 22 Savage rifle
with telescope sights, bolt action
15 abets. 1 Brand saw 12"
throat like new. 1 table aaw "8",
I Grind Stone "10", I Grinder.
1 Saall counter shaft, 2 motors
60 cycle. (1 reversible). Sev Several
eral Several extra saws and polishing
discs. 2543-B, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle. 2
girl's bicycles chain driven trac tractor.
tor. tractor. Accordion Italian made,
made, table radio. House 8455
Margarita Tel. 3-2881.
- FOR SALE: Circular saw with
motor, $15.00. Metal and wooo
book Mae each, $20.00. Living
room set, $60.00. Carpenter,
mechanic tools and other house household
hold household articles. 0774-F Balboa
Williamson Ploce. 't
FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle $17..
50. Phono 2-3702 Balboa.
THE TALL MEN
with Robert Ryan
- Also:- -' '',
13 FASES TO
with Van Johnson
man with personality. Apply Box
93 Colon, giving references and
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL: CX
VVTEDhlhuah. pups not
hairless. Phono Panama 3-0614 .;
between 12:1$ and 2 p.m;
WANTED: Boat about 15 foot,
" eno Trailer e-9lo.
WANTED: r- Vacation 'quarter
for bachelor. Inmediata oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. Telephone 1530 Bal-
ooa, ottico hours.
Tru 5ALE!D;I""H" puppies
Call Navy 3772.
FOR SALE: Wire Fox, Terrier
puppies, A.K.C, registered, do
not ahed hair. Ideal Christmas
gift for children. House 2249
Carr St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Boxer, puppy A. K.
C. registered, golden fawn. 4
months old. Navy 3518,
. Cerveceria Nacional,
' S. A." -(NATIONAL
Offers in rental its. property, knowij as the
"Milwaukee Plant,?' located on Avenue Jose
Francisco def la OsSa,Panama Gty. For in-
xyrjjuMuuu, ieaee visii fine uenerai manage'
it i Ok ;
We have stock of latest Garrard Record Record-Changers,
Changers, Record-Changers, Repair Parts &; Accessories.
For your custom Hi-Fi installations
there, is nothing he Garrard.
Box 34t5.rahamV' .ffe'fii
A lifetime of
rnntrrtiif--Mirintniarifiti--Mrr MjaVfrwnT iff fit
yours for only $1,400 ?.tZ.
There are pleasure in playing the Hammond Organ
.'V that will last a lifetime ... the joy of creating the
music yon love, the relaxation, the fan you can bring
'"- to family and friends.
Even if you don't make musk now, you can play in
month; many thousands have proved this. If you
do play, you 11 be thrilled at how much more beautiful
your music is. Visit our organ studio soon see and
. hear, the Hammond Organ lor yourself.
ull Hammond Organ
COMPANIA ALFARO, S.
29-28 Peru Avnuer Panama
3-minute car waik tt .1
cleaning of motafr $5. waxing of I
cam $6; Auto-Bano. Trans-lath-'
mian Highway mar Soars.
FREE-PICK UP AND DELIVERY!
on T. V., Hi-Fi, Radio and
Phonographs. Same day service
if call ia recieved by 7:00 p.m.
-We 'have transistor for 1957
and 58 automobile radios. Phone
Panami, 3-7607 U. S. Televi Television.
Tho best dinner, and drink
. are served fii' our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 da Mayo."
FOR SALE: '1954 VINCENT
motorcycla-' jOOO ec. Perfect
condition, recent-overhaul. Will
trade for 500 ,.e motorcycle or
car. Inquire at Taller Pasadena
on the Trans-Isthmian highway.
Ask for Cundi Garrido.
Reward offered for return of
library books lost on Tivoli Ave.
Wed. p.m. Phono Balboa 3636.
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A choica of 5 differanf routes to Europo
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a Family Plan now in effect
a Also flights to the Caribbean,
Central and South America
SEE VOUR TRAVEL AGENT. KLM Royal
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Today's JY Program
I 5D Arthur Mum
I u Uiark Jukilca
M Walter WlncheD
W ao Wrwuing
11 ) trw MW3
109 CTN NEWS
S IS Industry On Panda
1:J0 Eye On hrw Ynrk
4a SANTA'S WORKSHOP
4:3 Western Marshal
5 00 Flash Goi dow
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PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1693 3-1639
331 -v.s.:, ;"
DEC 21 1957
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CAPE CANAVERAt, FIsu, De20 (UP)- Mitilmn-xprfcted"to takea breather todayi-now that they W ;
sssfuly fired three of thiscountry'a biggett "'birdi." fXy'J'k V" -VA' 7V-5 -V,
There wer still unconfimed reportt of an'''AtlM shoot to ryvufld';up-he week, but an Informed source said S
the bis intercontinental missile' would not be firejl again until after th ir$t f the. yeari ( ', ) '-" '
The firing of a Thor yesterday left only the Atlas visible its owc cape. Small missiles suchas th
onariv anu Duinari;, wriivn ue nu ianu in miviuo Towers, were oojioyaa in jauncning areas at the teSt1 center.
It was also reported that another .Vanguard satellite-carying;tocHt k.d been placed in its servica tower but
was not expected to be fired until after the New Year. " 'J,?$i ( Ai J' t 1
The intermediate range Thor put W a 'breathtaking show yesterday 1 (
cniMFTHiNr, TO. king ABOUT First graders at Ancon Sch ool bring lumps to the throats of their parents and other
SSSSSu 825 Christoas carotin high sweet voices this morning. Today children in Canalone Schoso on
vacation untU the day after New Year's.
Chaplains Plan Midnight Masses, Vesper Services
Pageants, Plays And Church Parties For Kiddies
ices and at 7 p.m. a Christmas
pageant on the chapel lawn is
A midnight mass will be held
for Catholics at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton chapel, confessions will be
heard on Monday at Corozal at
;,6 p.m. and on Christmas five
from 2 to 6 p.m. at Clayton.
Christmas Day masses will be
held at 9 a.m. at Clayton and
1 10:30 at Corozal.
The Sunday services for Pro-
r-nthnlir children S Cnnsimas lesiams a- run wiayi."" win uc uc-nrogram
nrogram uc-nrogram will be held in the Sun-; gin at 10: 15 a.m. In the evening
sing with the combined' choirs
will be nresented over CFN. A
Chaplains at various Canal
Zone military installations have
planned an extensive religious
program during the holiday seaj
son. in keeping with the religious
importance of the birth t
Christ. The Chaplains section,
U.S. Army Caribbean, has an announced
nounced announced the following schedule
for services at Forts Amador,
z-iavtnn Davis. Gulick, Kobbe
and the Post ef Corozal.
a fnrt Arrtnrinr Sunday, a
.Vinnl huildtn? at 4 D.m.
A midnight mass, to be broad-
i nip-K? will ho held
i.i...t,o. oV Amndor. con- Christmas concert will also be
fissions will be heard at 11 p.m. presented by the choirs at 7 p.m.
befow the mass. Masses will be ion Monday. On Christmas Eve,
he d on Christmas Day at 9 a.m., the candlelight vesper services
ind io i a 'wU1 be conducted at 7 P-m-
The time of the daily mass fori Tn nrpnarfttinn for thp mid.
Amador has been cnaieairum Kobbe. on fessions at 11 p.m. On Christmas
m. irom u- 4J Christmas Eve, confessions will j Day mass will be offered at Coco
Worship services will be conduct
ed at Fort Kobbe at 10:30 a.m.,
followed by a coffee call at the
chapel annex at 11:30 a.m. At
6:30 p.m. the Sunday school
Christmas party will be held at
the chapel annex. The Christmas
play, "The Carol of the World,"
will be presented.
On Christmas Eve, the Fort
Kobbe Protestant Junior Choir
will present a program over
CFN -TV at 8:30 p.m. on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, the senior choir will per perform
form perform over CFN -TV at 5:15, p.m.
The Fort Kobbe Christmas Eve
communion service at the post
chapel will begin at 10 p.m. On
Christmas Day, communion
service will be conducted at
Madden Wye at 7 a.m., and at
Fort Kobbe at 10:30 a.m.
Midnight mass will be offered
at Fort Davis preceded by con-
:15 a.m. to 9 a
t0J?an-,Lit..... mQrfnr(be heard from 5:30 p.m. until
rur riui.". .ju-ju nn Phristma
will have a candleiignt service
at 9 p.m. Christmas 'Eve.
On Sunday, a party is schedr
luled for all children at 9 a.m. in
the Sunday school building. At
10 a.m. there will be chapel serv-
8:30. On Christmas Day, masses
will be offered at 8 a.m. and
again at 8 p.m.
On Sunday Protestant worship
services will be held at Madden
Wye at 7 a.m. Sunday school
classes at Fort Kobbe will begin
at 9 a.m. in the chapel annex.
Solito at 8 a.m. preceded by con
fessions at 7:30 a.m. Mass will
be offered at Fort Davis at 9:30
a.m. on Christmas Day.
The Fort Davis Protestant
Sunday school will present a
Christmas pageant at 7 p.m. on
Sunday. On Christmas Eve, a
candlelight service will be con-
dlcted at 7 p.m. Christmas Day
communion services will be con conducted
ducted conducted at 8 a.m. at A Battery, 9
ajn. at the JWTC, Fort Sherman,
and at 10:30 a.m. at Fort Davis.
A midnight high mass will be
offered at Fort Gulick on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve. Confessions will be
heard from 6 to 7 and 10:30 to
11:30 p.m. Mass and benediction
will be ottered at 10 a.m. on
At 3 p.m., on Supday, the Pro Protestant
testant Protestant Christmas program and
children's party will be held at
CoCo Solo. At 7 p.m. that day the
Christmas program and chil children's
dren's children's party will, be held at Fort
Gulick. The combined choirs will
present Christmas carols at Co Coco
co Coco Solito at 9 p.m. on Christmas
Eve and at Fort Gulick at 10
p.m., followed by a party at the
Fort Gulick chapel. The Christ
mas Eve service will begin at
The white missile was fired a
few minutes before 3 p.m. and rose
higher and higher into a clear blue
sky until it was just a dot streak streaking
ing streaking southeastward out over the At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. : '' 'V &
It was one of the prettiest day daylight
light daylight shoots in some time.
The Defense Department an announced
nounced announced afterward the missile had
flown "its prescribed course and
landed in the pre-selected impact
The Army's JUpiter, another
1500-mile missile and a rival of
the Thor in performance tests, was
fired Wednesday night. The JiiDitef
usualy is fired at night and always
Is Romethine to see.
The- hulking "bird" spurted
flame across the sky for three
minutes or ( more as it soared up
The launching was successful
but the Defense Department an-i
nounced the missile failed to com complete
plete complete its full flight.
The biqaest launching was that;
ef the Atlas on Tuesday. It was
the first successful ICBM fired
bv this nation.
The Atlas is designed to carry,
nuclear warheads ud to 5500 miles. I
but flew a much shorter distance,
in its test.
Meanwhile Gen. Maxwell T).
Taylor. Army chief of staff; -'said
yesterday that the Army has devel
oped a successful jam-proof guid
ance system for its Jupiter missile.
Taylor said dthe new guidance
system, which operates on the gy
roscope principle, eliminates the
need for any electronic device and
is "the best known today."1 An
electronic device could be thrown
off by enemy jamming.
An intermediate' range ballistic
missile is guided only in the early
stages of its flight. Afterward it
continues on course like an artil
lery shell or rifle bullet.
Air Force experts told a missiles
symposium that a Thor missile
equipped with a gyroscopic guid
ance system made the first sue
cessful inertially guided long-
- m : i j. i I
raiie iiigni lasi ween..
. Taylor made clear in speech
to the National Press Club that
the Army expected to share with
the Navy -and Air Force in mili military
tary military space projects.-He said no
single service "has any special
claim en the milky way." iv
; Deputy Defense Secretary Don
ald A. Quarles said yesterday upon
his return from the Paris NATO
meeting that he would discount re reports
ports reports that West Germany might re reject
ject reject U.S. intermediate range bal ballistic
listic ballistic missiles.
Quarles, first American' official
to return from the summit talks,
told reporters that "we felt there
was good harmony irr understand understanding
ing understanding the problemand in blocking
out real solutions."'
But he did not say flatly that
Germany would accept the mis missiles,
siles, missiles, t
Congressional Republican and
Democratic foreign policy experts
Lsput over the Paris meeting; which
agreed in principle to establish in intermediate
termediate intermediate missile bases in West
ern Europe when the big rockets
are available in about 18 months.
Sen. Alexander Wiley (Wis.),
! a form, of diplomatic
Ends In Fines
Out For 'Politics
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Well-known radio personalities
will be featured In the more than
'80 hours of Christmas program?
from the United States which
are included in the holidav radio
schedule of the Caribbean Forces
I Supplementing these profes profes-i
i profes-i sional shows will be local Christ-
imas Dresentations including the
traditional remote broadcast of
religious services on Christmas
broadcast will e-
l! Catholic services being broad
'l.cast beginning at 11 p.m.
I A hiehlight of the holiday pre pre-I
I pre-I sentations will be a program
built around the 79th Army
JlBand and the Fort Clayton Choir
, which will be presented. Sundav
The Albrook Girl Scouts Troop
13 will sing Christmas carols at
6:30 p.m. tomorrow. This will be
darried on television and radio.
The Fort Kobbe Choir is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to appear at 5:45, Monday,
with the Fort Kobbe Junior
Choir presenting its program on
Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Both of
these shows will be simulcast.
Also on Tuesday at 5:15 is
"The Christmas Story," a docu documentary
mentary documentary show telling the story
of Christmas In pictures with
narration by Jim Pattison.
Among the programs already
manate from the Fort Amador i ,.,,
chapel with both Protestant andWaltes Sh0w on Wednesday and
the St. Mary's School Pageant
which wa.5 broadcast yesterday.
Included in today's schedule
were two Christmas shows, one
BLACKPOOL, England, Dec. 19
(UP) Officials .'investigating the
Heath of a ragged recluse who
lived in a ramshackle flat, ate
only fruit and refused to touch
frayed currency said today he
hoarded a fortune worth nearly
They found bankbooks smd stock
shares in the two-room flat' where
he lived in squalor amon' thou
sands of books, some of them
rare collctors' items, towering in
stacks around the old leather
couch he used for a bed.
Officials identified the recluse
as Mahmoud Haii Aodnl Baki.
They said he came to Britain
from Iran in 1923 and -,et up a
cottoa exporting business. His
wife, daughter of a wealthy Iraa Iraa-ian
ian Iraa-ian landowner, died a year later
and left him. her fortune, they
Baki moved to Blackpool 14
years ago. He lived in seclusion,
eating pears and melons and
reading his books.
He was a m o s.t courtlv-
for children featuring Mrs. Thel-mannered, intelligent man," bis
ma Bolado, and a program of landlord told reporters. "He al-
nignt on trie lawn in ironi r community group-from Paral-. new notes, because he would not
the CFN station with civilian and 'toneh dirt onM
military personnel participating
in an hour of old-fashioned ca
JACKSON. Dec. 20 (UP) Ne
pro pro-integration leader Albert
Powell, commander of an Ameri
can Legion post ousted by state
headquarters for "partisan poli politics,"
tics," politics," charged today the action was
But the National Legion Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters in Indianapolis said the
state headauarters has the right to
void post charters. i
Powell, whose activity in the Na National
tional National Assn' for the Advancement
of Colored People led to the ouster,
blasted the action as a denial of
"the freedom of pssembly and
freedom of speech as guaranteed
by the American Constitution."
Confidential magazine case which
once threatened to spread the
private lives of dozens of movie
stars across court records ended
on Wednesday in fines totaling
Confidential and a sister publi publication,',
cation,', publication,', Whisper, were convicted
of conspiracy to publish obscenity
in a nearui(j ueiure oupeuui
Judge H. Burton Noble, based on
a transcript of the sensational
Noble heard brief arguments by
defense attorney Arthur Crowley
and Deputy Atty. 0 Gen. : Ray
Momboisie and thci fined the two
publications $5,000 each.
, After a long trial which ended
in a deadlocked jury Oct. 1, the
prosecution agreed' to lrop .the
criminal libel charges and try the
magazines on obscenity if the
publications changed their format
and stopped prying into the lives
said the' NATO nation! agreed "pn
most of the essentials find 'will pro-,
eeed to ,lrpr out; whatever difficul difficulties
ties difficulties remain.'
But Senate Democratic Whip
Mike Mansfield of Montanaj also a
member -or the ''. foreign relations
group, said that -"agreement in
principle,; doesn't;- mean anything;
While the missiles agreement
was' at least partial victory for
this- country. West; .Oermart D D-femt.
femt. D-femt. Minister Jorf Straws said
in Paris that his country's, mili
tary ehitfs opposoi' iccoptanco
of i tho. l,500-mil intermediate
missiles.- i ..
Strauss said ,West 'CJerman troops
should be armed" withj. short-range
tactical 'missiles, sucn- as the zoo
mile BedstoneThe United. States
itself, has had somfe- f reservations
about -whether i jnternediatef mis
siles Should-go ; to' West; Germany.-
Bui Quarless' said in reply to
questions that, he ould be "'"cau "'"cautious"
tious" "'"cautious" ,ln concluding ..that Western
Germany might refuse ta accept
the big rockets or- to jprovide fir-i
ing sites ior tnem. V
He noted, that the NATO chiefs
did not- deridA ,ifrhir- tho missil
bases jwpuld be located
Quarles said this question would
be decided next spring after Allied
military leaders' make thorough
study of the question.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
14 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared b? the Meteorolo-
gical and Hvdrographle
Branch of the Panam CanaJ
Compaayr f ,""
.High ... 89 84
Lw,, 75 7
High : i i vU,i 93 v 90
Low -.;. 83
Xma. mph) 1-16 NE-17
KAINjt inches) T .03
; (inner harbors T 80 81
SATURpAV, DEC. tl
' 10:06 p.m.
l 3:24 a.nt.,
To Be Telecast
An old-fashioned c o m m unity
Christmas carol sing has been ar arranged
ranged arranged bv residents of Fort Clayton
and the Caribbean Forces Network
for Sunday evening. The program,
to be held on the lawn in front of,
the CFN building at Fort Clayton,
Britain To Test
LONDON, Dec. 20 (UP.) -So
viet aviation chiefs hav agreed
to let Britain test their hush-Tiush
TU-104 .jet airliner to see if it
meets western safety standards,
British sources said toaay.
The sources said British techni
cians would be given iuu ac
cess" to the plane "to check its
safety and engine noise -as part
of an agreement under which
Russia's Aeroflot airline hopes to
open direct services between Mos Moscow
cow Moscow and London. It was reported
the agreement would be reached
today subject to any "bugs" the
British find in the TU-104'.
Aeroflot officials have been in
London for two weeks discussing
the agreement with British gov government
ernment government experts and spokesmen
for the state-owned British Eu
United States, British and oth other
er other western airliners are not per
mitted to operate commercially
until the v pass rigid safety rules
laid down hy the International Ci
vil Aviation Organization, icao is
a United Nations specialized a a-gency
gency a-gency with headquarters in Mon
roling. Santa Claus
during the program.
VERA MILES I
AMMAN. Jordan, Dec. 20 (UP)
King Hussein lifted the Jordan-
curfew on night travel today
ease Christmas journeys to
Christ's birthplace at Betblhem.
Jen-dan stopped night-time travel
two months ago as a security
measure against subversive activi activities.
ties. activities. Jordan's border with Israel, us usually
ually usually c osed, will be open for
Christians making the Christmas
CANNON SAL I COSTLY
nilTHiV F.nfflanit TTPVA
will be a radio-television simulcast court has fined a sergeant
from 7 to 8 o'clock. d two corporals for selling their
While the festivities original! regiment's brightly , burnished
were oiannea ior post personnel, bronze ceremonial cannons weigh-
all military and civilians are in- ma almost half a ton each. Paliee
vited to join with them for the holi- testified Sgt. Ernest Tucker and
day carolling. l"orps.- fvor Davies and Raymond
The 79th Army Band and the fodfern sold the Gordon Barracks
Fort Clayton Choir will be featured f annons to a scrap dealer for $30.
on the program and Santa Claus The court -yesterday fined Tucker;
!' is slated to make an appear- 56 and the corporals $10 each.
ance. .They said they were short of cash.
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