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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01493
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP)--Preident.Eisenhower
told Cbngress today the U.S. fleet wrno luger suhe
Communist China" from armed Natiormist uaivW and
cooled for repudiation of secret Reevett-SMin agree-
ments to clear the slate for a "now, positive foreign

In his first State of the Upion message, fi also chart-
ed a "middle way" in domestic policies, propoing tax cuts
at the "earliest possible" moment but not tutil govera4
ment spending is sharply reduced and a^ balanced budget
is in sight.
He recommended abandonment of wage-price con-
trols which expire in April.
The President's message, delivered in person in the
House chamber and carried to the nation by aft radiafnd
television networks, dealt directly with many gent is-'
sues, but postponed recommendations on some policy
matters, such as labor legislation, pending a further re-
port to Congress.
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an present situation in his try
t on under the dictatorship of Col.
Peres Jlmenes will eventually
ed 'a lead to an armed revolution. ..
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hour mornln from ursiao where hl
cap- spent the last 10 days
Ceem- leaving Caracas under a
their conduct procured by the Ptei
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Jimenes. whom hesdlafd
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the RAedChbinatnalad. whatever haramin raids
It was his fiat move to step up can conduct against the CWi
military pressure on the Chinese mainland, Mr. Beahower i
Reds for peace In Korea and ed his earlier pledge to buld
throughout Asia. Korea forces to assume a larger
In another ipi slap t share of the Korean ftihtin.
In another Implied slap at He said ROK soldiers ave
his Democrate predevenor, Mr' "proved their capacity as fIht-
Eisenhower said the United ng men" and that "organlzatlo
States has "incontroy le eaulpment and training" provid-
evidence that S viet Beams ed by the United States wilt al-
possesses atme weapons. re- low them to "take a greeter
gardless of Mr. Truman's re- share in the defense of their
cen y-vie ld doubts on the homeland."
matter.
His major legislative proposals The language of the message
included: clearly indicated-and ad -
1) Extension beyond June 30 tration sources confirmed-that
of materials and products con- the U.S. fleet will continue pro-
trols, limited to defense priori- tecting Formosa from Common-
ties materials. 1st Invasion from the mainland.
2) Extend the tariff-cutting But the "neutrality patrol"
reciprocal trade act with due which Mr. Truman ordered to
safeguards for domestic Indus- and a half years ago will
tries. agriculture and labor stan- longer serve tO battle up the
dards. (Comalinee on Page L. CoL 3)
3) Grant Hawall statehood In --
time to participate in the 19541 rl__ .. hI
Congressional elections. E
4) Corrective amendment of
the Taft-Martley act for which __ ._ ,f
the Labor Department will havel I8
later recommeaidation=s.
5> Amena the MeCarran-
Walter immigrattlm aet to re- WASHINGTON. Feb. 2 (UPI.-
move qeota discrimination and President Elsenhower for tie
InJusties. first time in his life has
Mr. Elsenhower's "new. posi- a baptized member of a urd
tive foreign policy" was global in He and Mrs. Elsenhower War
scope. It gave equal weIght to now formally affiliated with the
the affairs and freedom of Eu- National Presbyterian Church
rope and Asia. here.
He promised Europe continued They previously listed theft
U.S. aid. but said no single coun- selves as Protestants with ab
try. however strong, can defend denominational ties.
the liberty of all nations men- Since Mr. Eisenhower's retva
aced bv Communist aggression or from Iurope last year. howe ,
subversion, they have customarily worashlp
Mr. Elsenhower sJd be ped in Presbyterian churches.
weold ask Congress "at a later Dr. Edward Lr. R. Elson. pastor,
date" to pass a resolgties said that in becoming a comn-
"making clear that this eo- munliant member of the Na-
eminent recoguies no kind of tonal Presbyterian Church. Mr.
eommltment eontainedi In e- Eisenhower received f o r mal I
eret understandings of the past baptism for the first time.


reaching from extreme south- viet-made eq4ument awaf the
east Kwangtmng province to the Chinese Reds, except for a sta-
far northwest provinces of gle tank rqeiment recentll
SIngiang and Singhal. moved in.
Little can be said about the The general who wha my- Ina
air-dropping supplies, but It format sa the attek
has been gong on for some time. wold find the Chinese Re& hA
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SThe Meil Bos is en opena fenm fo r readers of The Paneme Amer-. ,.e0.
=. L e ,ssied ,gatefuli W.- are h in a wh,~ **. t te was k "w ma uch.-B -ub-reason. .
eas e. .deafice as asadow. Three APL .4o co
f eu *rivtbutea tatr de't be Imlpatiet If tes't appee1r the leaders, who themselves are rm. .
seat day. Leflts are pubuishd in the oride received. clean, wert sitting& as a little
p try to kp he teta limited to one Pe gt. lbor Keuver committee be- t
Idetfty of ltter wra i held eMt stritist d Men. ind the closed doors of an
This ewspper aMume no responsibility fow statemeas i office familiar to- al, who've l- o. .- abi..e
mpN sed in letter frm eLn vered In Washi here lt Ir a, howit: m i
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PUBLIC-SPIRITED SOUL HEARKENS Before themOfil d .Ihe$an nsucefWl Westeq Murp
TO PLEA FOR DATA ON INCOME TAX efore tAh yI or e-armas further and fart U, -wk
Union who -we m q-i m-iS 1 1 i i I 1 ,-o"
Diagusted Tax Payer: tioned ab~ut the aetbi' of la ofc] n
)no n of t ,i elr far. ."by' ip IsIN
I am not from the PC's Accounting Department, but I will(y one of a I f,
endeavor to answer your question. lon wo once served time and hOiIa n .Vn but hr.J'
I will quote the Law in part; "Internal Revenue Code, Section now New h.o.nd .f. tor pin& ..va" .-anu r
1622. Income Tax Collected At Source. York's hac h .ba Vkro He knew M
-is d"Every empyerm g N1. =8-ar s O f statebthata ae m
"(a) Requirement of Withholding.-Every employer .>making ftear.jme cB* t cgttn Wr O de
payment of wages shall deduct and withhold upon such wages tMU lt y l A A teas ee. NATO' defi '
tax equal to 18 per centum of the amount by which the wages ex- trew pnneh L- it b ii -
ceed the number of withholding exemptions claimed multiplied ter WsashIMrn, ae f. the dk at 1? tl
(1), except that in the case of wages paid on or after November 1, e Do' ariti, he n offl
by the oAmount of one such exemption as shown n subsection b &Uto.n If#.,.i
1951, and before January 1, 1954, the tax shall be equal to 20 per hared. a eo ave h been I 'i
centum of such excess in lieu of 18 per centum. .l.ble tn yeat by y'D OMAT '
"(b) (1) Percentage Method Withholding Table.-If the pay- without the help of ame of "t ' ',
roll period is weekly, the amount of one withholding exemption New Yorkes labor Imatee who W DI~~ he l f d:
shall be $13.00; biweekly, $26.00; semimonthly, $28.00; monthly, are now @erllealg Die and 4 4 h, .lI
$56.00; quarterly, $167.00; semiannual, $333.00; annual, $667.00; the auto ttL*u ,toufl", e .e
daily or miscellaneous (per day of such period), $1.80. Each of the- probers knew
"(c) Wage Bracket Withholding.-(1) (A) Wages paid after what Washbiur meant. sbchatir M 11ta41
October 31, 1951, and before January 1, 195..-At the election of had seen him ow union in. f. a ielein
the employer with respect to any employee, the employer shall de- vadem by the- -mobs. Murder, / u Dull'_ to.
duct and withhold upon the wages paid to such employee after nc., had leftus-t f mark m Dub- R/ N.
October 31, 1951, and before January 1, 195., a tax determined in insk~y Lad r irment Work-. l 'dil
accordance with the following tables, which shall be in lieu of the ar ton.
tax required to be deducted and withheld under subsection (a)" ir ". .. |to'y a'
and of quotation. "Two Gun oule," who had ----..------ ---- notaIA 't-..
The tables referred to above in subsection (c) would require left his bloody mark on Chica- .
14 pages, therefore, they are eliminated; however, many employ- .o's agleweJkt.when he was. out * cherlah Iad abid rs ud
eri use the "Wage Bracket Tables," Instead of the "Percentage down by inO~' buet had t cne ag' .
Method of Withholding." Under law the employer may use either !n with the Building Service T eleisioln i
method. Another acceptable method of withholding l aus follows: Unlot# exeeut.be board. B1 ill I h A. I rea h-o. *^i. Id .
Round the employee's wage to the nearest dollar (it the employee's McPetrld!e, now International BU Fitderick C Otk n ni'O l up.
wage ends in 50c. use either dollar); subtract the amount shown president cf that uoaol, well y w dr" .rn" ni "
in the "Percentage Method Withholding Table"; 20% of this lat- remembered those grim days. to a


assuy, n un I ra en o
The "percentage method" has a higher degree pf accuracy, Geo-Lk e- M. tooenW the byI tr"n- t hand mn pbot mn heir tehh Wth.e d ma.na uTi a *bushll l a
s a whole, than either of the other two methods. In your -hemanan who o b mnm men In WAde OONm ylehndm owa miettneddfItmkI aM t a adlt 11n



,taeendl, h otingwe ae te ie iAtrucon eI t on tle mab nr careerofteleio sheath
ad te tabls eyenusedydrwtidhldbeen_.ru.n. nevn T.e. .robalea, r. ...e....n ,, 1o.... hen-_l-


ave been almot $9 l LEe. If you ar ,ingle, withd., nodpnnts, h dSays ,b n c -, who_,pao _. t-seanos hri-.o ---wa I '^m -. '-
and take the "standard deduction," your tax liability for 192. 're hietbh anut-reaekttr-l Wth mPrada.. t l.t0c~h o.. n a Ther. ht _yo. ..
t must be rememberegriged that no withholding ps ib y .eas, 5m r eu ohr bo parh n h i -ti",




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Thve 100% accuracy for all taxpayer ts o he .. an aln t oue he dm th oas.at oae of tht i l a
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laration of estimated tax (Form 10 8) last March 15th, be- ubu .rn e D.tgt n ue tvr O-i aor hab t mon hih- ba .'o o~-





















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Ha onerovstoidledsayou have naothno oweve. 1e da d aysDy tparorme r hts, ecausn the aTomebod S w e ho a A? api.
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stik h te fih d ttn hat 1Mggo toebe maeupc ars ta ty o wa s a
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,aS ine y es l tha taxr Forme e G ernow r*tear chat1e- uni sIoR ei ts, w nr Ame1ha nt nee i
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Wni thoutl a ltter or ethe dreadtve sl Iormade'1 w .. Y and ae mIn troube sh-eai.d, wa tt my e rn ol the ret .e 1It pie
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
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:IOLYWOOD (NEA) Be-: told that I wasn't the type they
hind the Screen: Marilyn Mon- had signed me up for in the first
r',:. iie calendar girl, is all tuned. place." ,
up and "ready" for a chance tol Anne on her love scenes with!
.suift her zippy gears and Join Cagney: "He's bashful. He gets a
Olivia, Claudette and Bette in funny, kid smile on his face andi
the high-emoter league. starts to chuckle and turns red:
That's the flash rrom her dra- behind his make-up."
mntic coach, Natasha Lytess,
v no has The Doll rehearsing PACKAGED DELIVERY
scenes from "Wuthering Heights"
and "Cradle Song" when she is If Shelley Winters could give
,ot wiggling her derriere as ba- Hollywood Vittorio Gassman,'
b' -talking Lorelei In "Gentle- Yvonne de Carlo can keep apace
men Preler Blondes." by delivering handsome, blond
And it was Marilyn herself Argentinian Carlos Thompson.
telling me: Carlos is Yvonne's co-star in
"Really, I'm serious about act- "Fort Algiers" as result of the
ing. I don't want it to be 'Gen- gander Yvonne took at him when
tlemen Prefer Blondes' for the visiting movie studios in Buenos
next 10 years." Aires and he's saying in the flaw-
But the box-office bells are less English he learned as a New
ringing, the studio stockholders, York schoolboy: |
are beaming and Marilyn's leap, "We're both too independent to
into high dramatics, it's said, is be married but whatever I do,'
about as remote as Mickey Roo- Yvonne will be the one who de-
nev playing Camille. 'serves the credit for starting me
--- i off. I'm only too grateful to her.
Lew Ayres became a star in Hollywood Would never have sent
one picture, "All Quiet on the! for me."
Western Front," but he isn't un-i Carlos spouts fluent Spanish.
happy because 200 pictures have Italian and French and made 15;
failed to make him a star in the pictures in Argentina during the'
art world. last three years.
The most serious of all Holly- ,Cal t n elove
wood's amateur painters-he has Charles Lahten's explosive
200 canvases after painting eight temperament as summed up by.
hours a day for two years-Lew's hp wife, Es fLanehester: "He'
back in movie make-up for "No remindsb meof Sarah Siddons,,W
Escape," and saying of his un- the British actress. When Sarah
discovered easel talents: went in to order a leaf of broad,
"Some day I'd like to put on a the baker got under the counter."
one-man show. But it will have, .
to wait until I'm ready. And Ipm: The best in American wit for.
still not ready. Bit I haven't be-the last 30 years will-be published
come frustrated." in book form as Whisky, Women
come frustrateand Wits" by Sidney Phllip
LIMIT TO CHEESECAKE Goldman. He calls the late Wil-
son Mizner the greatest wit ofh
"Take it off-take it off." them all and recalls these MiA -
Loretta Young did in "Because ner lines.:- -
SYou" and she's blushingly ad- alkin about movie mogul
mittlig that the switch is bring- Minter sa id "Hie a1 t ru "
in a deluge of "Atta ir, Lret- pockets put in -hispants so he
ta fan mail about her shapely could steal soup.
itrams and torso curves. b rer
Even requests for pin-up pic- SCOUT NEWS
tures in that brief costume. OUTh Vnto S
"It's not because I'm a threat
tht' Marilyn Monroe," Loretta Troop 11 Holds
shrugged on the set of "It Hapr. Investiture Ceremony
pens Every Thursday." "It's just
because ubbody expected it oft The first investiture ceremony
me. My body's not that divine. I of the year of Troopn 11 was held
think it's good, of course. I'm on Friday evening in the Ancon
used to it and I've lived with it a I Scout House.
long time. But I'm certainly notI Using the traditional and t--
going in for cheesecake in the' ressive candle light ceremony,
future unless the picture calls Troop Presldeni Mitzie Siegel In-
for it."' vested Miss Barbara Millard asi
Tie big-orbed star is more leader of Troop 11. Miss Millard'
wor '.ed about fully-clothed mov- .was also presented the World Pin'
Ir queens than scantily-clad,by Troop Vice-President; Pran-
0 : r. I c' cs Brandl.
i don't uneT rntand actress. Bra di
who walk arolnd'In dirty slacks Those receiving senior pins
An actress has responsibilities tpfrom the newly invested leader
her public. If you ask me. these! were France- Brandl, Jo Ann Eu- I
1opiy movie queens are just la--.fper, Janet Stockham, Carrie Ml-
zy, All I have to say is that if youtier and Janeth Vinton,
have to wear slacks, make sure! Other awards presented during
they're pressed in the seat." the program were: Five year pin
to Joanne Hummer; First Class,
Anne Francis is drawing a rediPhyllis Phillips: Home Nurse to!
circle around the day she was Mitzle Siegel; Child Care, Home'
signed to play fiery, sexy Fla- Nurse and Five year pin to Ma-
mingo in James Cagney's "A'ryI Rose.
Lion Is in the Streets" and hop-, -
ing she'll never have to play a
cool, virginal heroine again. Duck FeatheI
"If you're blonde and blue-
eyed, it's murder." Anne walled. ESSEX. Conn. (UP) Mrs.
"They try to cast you as a Mona Mary E. Graves. a 63-year-old
Lisa. ice-water blonde. Hojy-:' grandmother. estimates ahef de-
wood signed me because I played feathered and cleaned 10,006
a bad girl in So Young. So Bad.' ducks for hunters in the past 31'
then out me into three pictures vears. "It ain't every woman who
in v hich I was a completely op-.is willing to put her hands on a
po-' c type. Then finally I was dead duck," she said.


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magbe,"_ Is Iwm7 prepar-
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New American Library of World.
teratulz.e, Inc., publishers Of
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umpired by Johk Letnhani'*
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Korean Vets Seen As Better

Students Than World War's

BO WDj, Colo.. Feb. 2.- aciUed training, and better ao
Young men entefring college portunitles sre offered the se
ate,. servag in Korea show viceman to further his educatli
pomie of becoming better stu- through study. On the oth
dens than the soldiers who hand, the wartime program
=met out of World War II, ac- the armed senrloes stress
wording to W. C. Toepenin. di- rigorous phydiell training
rector of veterans' affairs at the prepare men for allout comb
ttwrslty. of Colorado .duties and placed less em ahul
Toepelman, who keeps in close on special studies or training.
eontoMt with the 260 Korean "Another factor which ciMnu
veterans enrolled at the unlver- be overlooked or Its important
ity, bases his belief on several denied is that a larger perceb
factors. age of.World War n II veterm
Generally, today's veterans stumt had partlcpated in a
e much younger between 20 tual combat than have Kore
S22yearp old than the veterans, and had to readjut
i Bill students. Thla to civilian life to a greater ei
en them to conform to col- tent.
afife more quickly and easily "any of the first 01 student
could the World War II were married and had children
SToepelman sid. which Imposed an additional r
Toepelman alSo pointed out spona bllity upon them. More
at many of the frat GI stu- the Korean veterans are sing
fhit had been out of school for Only 25 per cent of the student
s long as 10 years, whereas enrolled at the University
W of the pteastm. students Coiorado' are married.
had a)apse of only two years In "Also Korean veterans recel
thelr education because they checks from the governme:
served a .much leas tlWh in the with which they pay for boo
armed services, and tuition, while the Wor
"Changes n thq armed forces War TI veterans' tuition fe
themselves constitute another and book costs were Dald direct
factor which inpiroves the ly by the 'government. Th
chanees of the Piesentday stu- makes the Korean veteran
deMts." he added. Mea time now slightly better off financially.
is spent in urvicu taking spe- *Aftet he pays for books an


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WASHI2(TON, M.i2 In the past, it took a ton- didn't core particularly what
(UP)-Prealaent power is stitutional majority 40Bena- they did So they voted to ol*
taking stf to ov t any re- tors or 21. use members--to his authority
S o theco of er- veto reoran tons plans. ved This informant said the
r hwidi saw and Under ..tha twn spproved m l m ay vi
Senate p e nttetei" vote to by the 1 sA M plans miuns tandtip" ma t .
weaken ,* govearit rebr- could have b block by astemmed L part rom
ganizatU a power, : was. ew as 25 senata'k or l10 r range of subjects covered at
island resentativer.T the White House meetings. e
8fy. I pulscan m smaid no careful reard was kept
shflY *Uf a tf the dixcusslona or the eon-
leader -. 5 A&. lek maid Mr. $i.n11war, in keeping s reached. or t
tne Houea ules a mnttee ,wvlhh- pt~i"d of getting along c
p'ans to the ~eo V with Conpesa. made no an- ____
Salon ofa i th" f oor gutobed utry as Mr. Truman
morrow an lpp ae'g frequently did in similar cir- ITS SM@OO1M-
which- wl' mt i etn states Instead White tiV
of the r lal House press se-retpry James C. t.44'
powers. Hagerty announced that it
He told a reporter he ex- was all rlght with the Presl-0 CIA
pects th Snhte to follow past dent
now that It. i deflaVtely known
that Mr. Eisunhowr n watAU the House enl .n ate leaders,
same reo-galatin autho however, Immediatle got the
held by fomnr Piden( 5 wheels' t1-nig to vi Mr. El-
.ian. Ha!'el r kiy P.okd Lenlower the same powers
the conitt an the te held. by Mo. Truman so he
House "ott wires crossed cLuld put. -through what have
The H ~use ve'ment Op been callrd, his "very definite
erations Cuimnttee had agreed i tea or. government reorga-
u a trict party-line vote, nlatsion. ,
nhlch sawppr Democratsfa- A heg soS
r rng. tTnP ower% : A hiegh OOP source, who
nit either of es. kedthat his name not be
to veto u residential reorgan- sa, the chief executive
zatlon plans y a simple ma- maned the "comedy of errors"
jority of t.t i voing. -as he put it-on "InZ1perl-
p. The SeratGov ment once" on 9te part of the White
B- orations Co ittee urandi- use staff and a "misunder-
on ly approvedre same ding" s of the President 's
ofer This source said Mr. Eisen-
Stu the nower to" OOP leaders at a
e tuition, the average sle ,tu- White H.pse conference last *
to dent has $80 let 4ut of hMs1'110 Ionday tfat he wanted the
t monthly check. A siAdle World same powers as Me. Truman. M 1
so War 11 veteati-re:Ived only $75 But sor* still UWldentifled .
h a month, forli expenses urce told Republicn on the
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WANTED FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS .RESORTS CIAL
i Sie0il4neo .utomobilesg ye L hve o dinkhon p ebld FOSTER' Cottnaes. One mile beyond. CIA
-ieltcl Wrifte AkehelIm Aeruovmoue. Be Santa Clara. ampletely furnished.
N do D ?.-. P ,r : t ,le "C ALE - torr,sF. or. 4 Door 20.1 Ases e. C. Z Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
t Jg. n oe ,e .dn. Iht blue. 19;I odel. 8.- -Bring your linens. Phone Dagmor's t no mor to
from mat- en ,rce. I: Fran 0 1 m ,le du.r, raid Excellen: Eureka. S. A. Central Ave. No. 133 2-0170. It
fo ra c I c. Coin 83-6J 1 otter Just around the corner of "J" St. Snd beautfy n ete
o announces our new Lamp Shede PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The .
W.1 NTED :Urgently required fur- Om Srvice. We can now mok to order only court In Santa Clara with an buildings
S niRshed apartment. I Vlsto for ALE -1953 Chrys Conv- any kind of lamF shade or recover Oceanview from all cottages. Steps with -
any period. Cell American Imboa- jble. 3i eel old Never exceeded our old one at low prices. toebeach, Rodk Gas. refrigeration.
S3-932. I r, ph Phone Cstobal 3-15 Yu 1 get the t service and bbcue and shuff e board. Pan- SN 0 C E
WANTED-- ,,Ie*r-er an co0 "LE 1- 950 erury aClu meatl in Panama at Nando's Dre- ama 3-1877. orlarita 3-1673. o
edition ot r ea._:nablb Price, prefer .ue. carh green erfect condl,- Box No. 435 Balboa. Dsc OaftieV and durableFRIGID H .P t$N
a bl Una. oi.-d bcr'o blc Te reo- 6 Housh e 417 ortc Nandos Drive-in offers the best Ask f descriptive folders rilepr tila the gd. tlle b I i t a lle M
phone Ro,- r, A 2E Bra4 FOR Bell Ar. C Z sandwiches in the city, 100 meters and color chart f Mo andets, le that the af te the wiad. 1.W
---R SALE --oBrgain 1950 DeSafter moan entrance to .Juan .Fran.d- o Cr---- A .f
FOR SALE ublurbanL 9 ass. Sedan. leather riscel Ineou o GEO F. NOVEY, INC e. e hCm
HouSteholrd side wall Iores. low mileage. point CR SALE.-A tropl.te set of red- Graih- Sianta Clara beah.e E
r .pho llenr Cal Co Solo 360 wood shade es o fit a Govilan type cottage. Eled ctTrlc ice boxes, gas
No r t 6 02-C 60. e! Co&l A.. duplexrihn 419, be F.i tAwen a tovu.5 mOar rOte lelphone, tnJ. from e 1) A R NS'
FOR SALE:--3 green poch hade -95 d o Can 4 d ,e FOR RENT- ned oo Cntmd .
8 x 8 and 7E- 8 0- e, 12 19 Roodmaster, 6 -441Gobeoo. 4-567 ro t e e o Mi
Corr St. Tel. 2-2438 : S~LE-Cusloom buil Continent- '4 door, DeL ae 2-4419. dont An on itF island
.... co n.ertbl. color r ed FOR RENT nt whitebrw Lee Ee12eoe. al oFURNITURE o
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Coldipor Fe- ~aS. hre, radT o. oerdr9ve oragin- a- pr9oj-"r 0 4 rU -EINI iVlitng Ov n to-l teM Mi. *e ir e a nd spelled out the1
fiea r S0 146 k o roil o~er $6.000 Duty paid, will SALE:-G ernon .oherd pup- FO R N Ti Mre.os hto l o spelledout thon
o.fteom reasonstfof hr o adding Itructions ___ ___
Door Secr n -?''' P,:ne l or trade. Cristobal 3-1090. pies. Best bloa'lb from t olian Houses ae ith e to the 7ni t.
..3212 ..--. '. 64-K.Oib.. ___nd American l oo FIrst Avenue _-_Itnoe the i. 0 .M ders were Is- I a, e rl Ne
T1 -- C ._ DCbOR SALE 1952. 4 Door Ford V-8. No. 3 San Fron~ Y el. 3-2396 FOR RENT: Furnished 3- bdroomh RE asued., Cht neU mmlta h nsP -I Mhe 4 .S, r
FOR SALEd:-.Smoail mhg .rr l. mileage, leaving Isth mus. Best fm, la Sanchi. C h oue, hot water. ond oir-condi- C" tt te | tit ore. ton of I ..i
modern. Vich tor rad. Bohrgo ,rd 276.b ---_"-n Eg duty hours A. SALE sie 12. light -hnamCedBe n o mr eBn i the I
7077_ _ -H,. exce Man. p d rdr joined the 5 Y0 r Mtoan In re- m 15mrE 4 st
Estudiante slre NoC A-r. C-aW. 't le n r man hC.. Pl ilbI on a n a

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House A-. argon .. Hegir s. Teleph one 92-1866 c or and projector. 0764 -, Wll- rW Shippinng. moving, store. ted StBtou d
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FOR SALE Weg ger-FOR SALE -Just le r v- 'eold bids, in trrplicate, will be r rwo nd fliv room furnled and hing. Pho~ "~ te a
FORSA F Doubl S -e ,, C 'ive N an dything.'Phone 2241, the "i N ws T
otar 9 ,cu.i 2ce Baoler, FOR u4-door DeLux@ Sre-- d iAn theo oie of the En- unwnishad apartments;ovate: pilv-en er angIh "Em ariao Walt" & 7
Espai reo 600 mPera. 81a e gonr. hsb and 1Construction Dre los d o rden, 8061. I-f Streut. 2- 62 PanrL it r li5 i !
males dressers d in grocrn table. 1409.D. Corr St. Balboa. tqr Poanama Co o Company, Bal- New Crlstol. Tel Colon ont d,
4 chai s ,.Iche.n toble: 2 choirs. b6q Heights, an4l Zone, until 1386.teraeino st ny og0 .
0788-H, `,Vnrn Place. 2- Visir Nar do's tar the best ice cream Ir.00 a. rn auory 17, 193,OR RENT:-Compltndolvr furnishedes ense I a tr i W
4133 and dr nks. Cienal Zone prices aid then aopenrid, for fur- Romlet House fed theUniteda, N a te- uni
Sl s two bedroom portent in Be lla ou 0 ed the ,t Cti .N.
hour C. Z. licenses gie ingail" tools, equipment Vt elpn Pa I P Le mdefepa lrsb ties on k&
Poiion Sia fe resFOR SALE --Letlle of credit on new mrools st. Telephone Panon' t-0816 DEALERS IN NEW AND behaf of C the bUria0e cSmmun. B z-*
Oldsobe $1,800 00. Will sacri- t crt i dols furnished by FOR RENT:- Furnished apartment. dSED FURNIMTURE uts3. thus pelnVritPi l'those Cor'-- i noIt q ) ofl '
o tent ce Wrlte Box i5t Cr tobal. i vernd for perform- American couple; no children. Tel. mutei ts. WIth 1 Cm-tint
ti 0Caa Witlne 2iI 5..1 Cor-ul. all w5 reet YNo s apdtpec 3-58 d UR IMU1R .- .l ei 1 0l |
North Arner.co or European Sale- Canl Zoe. n tion and 41utomobile Rr Ulto k a ertar o de
orli Tegl.Bof 141 t R RENT-qofr eon
anwnlted Room 2Road SndALSFOR RENT -Unfurnie ecd clean cool WE Bun yAND 'LL rea.
tihnap HotelPre lii Streb a hi and-u Diu-
onale Hootel. hghR SALE -1950 Studers, roo ol5i. aormnd Din two bedroom apartment in Bella r_ s Jr etorNlin-loalt -
light Coupe, seat covers, radio, 5 S : Pro- fioa A W Ohhas garage dn and hot wa ter nt t ts Z eet
."l-de-n.... .uG s of proi- VslionT e has uor 3 and.6 hot 2-er %. PliO .the' ".
ANTED-Scrar nie r tires undercoaed. low ml- nd on. 9 or 2- ner be et
m le. competent r thide- eage, in ,mmoculate and exrel- tjcalirs noy be btaied from the 1961. Ea hinso .Communst Cei l ..
ertyping. fluent Engir condition. Low price includes t a Contract and In- Ansars
typing folue" Ei,. good roP- .1953 plates, insurance and finance potion fRoom 336, a- FOR RENT CAsA MO Thi O
in writing to i l charge. Total price $987.00. New o Hehts ephonte r2-3739d lye inte onl A w ll
ren es and alor, execred FOR SALE -Automolle Heater o'nd dmrowiog*itl be islued o r. de- Roomin ste ofatt
Nando'l Drlve-in offers Its American Defroster, For 1911 or. 1932 Fresh posit $f 2.0 pr OR RfY Wr.i.hed orau-f WE
Diei ofrepr h err r r,.nVrsi I ormfulOdMA Ido. NOIn
hwAir T, Comple with ail owdh will; h ditt "he hbn .tad
m nd rnd tC l l 1,dr one perheon. .,te toD
clientele the most sanitary service 7ATrTols T Col chlet wit rth ll willb0 tetitI 'f e rV r one per on. "
13-C. Fort Amado.S' Phone Ama- Pn 40 ols ndar s after o 45 No. 4.
4_127._0_Min_ atcmet Q r o f. bids. FOR RENT: Furnished room to
LOST & FOUND All 4127. jj.....American couple without childrenIo0111 i18 i t

FOR RENT:-Furnished rooms with
Espaf ol and La Postal." Panama. Boats & Mo'tor L1 ANNOUNCES TWO porch, kitchen if desired, nearcom-
Clubo m t w YPoMON. Re__r__Hd. DANCE mnssary. ADply over the Chose BDnk 01"m
Plea- 'e t aPtFORd SALE -New 30 H P M.W' EES- ulr dance classes corner Ilth. and Bolvar, olna..ly p -.--
Benz rne Die Mqtr d g. Febuary 4th, Wed. and trance Bolivor. No. 10.123 '
for Stationary complete..,ith ex' t 6:30. Special Boy's Tap 233, Colon._.'W oUn
pr Re...sornkhat ble ao iol6I d P.M onFebruary For the best fried chicken In tson. t o. ..
Gl D. BARB, JR., H.E.--Cr- parts Reasonable to sel. Cmili 6 t" P. M once 0 vst"Nand's Driv-in,'10014e
oictive Adjustment ot the Body Porros. Colle Roman V.ldrsA No b' A F tA"OA ..... ters otter main entrnncetoJ__l_.,_-_leCurley. nr t Aen,82
Apt. 2. 'The Quiniuplet., Tele-'F-OR--SALE-Speedbont l'/t. _.Hig- the ...
oone 2-5159 FOaAEm. ,p FOR S pe t . Ifi-I-FOR RENT: Furnished room frt Oilnt mas she atppwi, ed for
a mg p igns with Chrysler Marine engin, et.lee.r'ope ihutJn with -"2i le Co" l-'
n.... excellent Ca ponditn'Pon,pc t.5)0. dren. 45 Street No. 46, upstally' nn leaders on. ,charges -of LBO W, I 1.'-

comIpnzg to overthrow the Rat n 0ea '1 vowt
FOR RENTI I Aterl ,anng to her lengthy !a ..i..
IS*erniouA lm nA" of o the MI s,; -
SMiscellaneous do. feel d "
.. .......-........~~..- Z a!l trde Ed- s-x dls' ino


itared in the show by Mrs. AlLet Zae he willotnieWed Over to Can- Services will bea eldat
Alloy, kittyV was much more Ii- nal Zone au ritties. Wednesday at t,.,. er Wl
terested in the photographer dIal.yer@
than she ia 5 min making hait NEW YOMK Peb. 2 (UPI Fb C
Sith the judges Pete, the oldest bippopotam s .Natio
Incaptivity.._1_5.t. .'rday Se e To...-e
Pete was born July 13. 1903. In ."
an ltemorlal c will be held s -P
the Central Park menagerie and memorial, e, w,1 be held
spent his entire Life In New York at 0=v9 a, terrow at St. here vice-
City. Lua at i :for Harlana belt
Last friday Pote,%mbered out, Byle.e I hk Engineer a bet wthe
of his pool In thea elephant house for the Dr .lv lion who lg
at the moo and 'ank down in ded of ran *~day at Gorgas
exhaustion. He couldbtt get up J!tpitapl.
again. Mr. Feuill U starvived by his gbunc
Veterinauriba diganosed that wife and o Mon-Rene, whose
Mdue to advPete's days arrived 'u ii; te weeke
werae nuIsImpollbe irori. the U Otiawhom.
1or lto eat in be ts attend l .
prone and PeOWs uaM- .. Membea- .A y hae
u)e orsto get to bla feet Lalkl1that:
K"ended In Ime, d tho -.l swish mxa 54
dTION TWE-Among Yesterday the doctors Rave make contri le Can-
ofded ao aU '5 beg Pete a lethal doe of d r with erFund.
r-d in gaNectio with ahuge npee4. In a
.- i n zabeUth 'sm coronation few mIJ t
e is ibi" ovel well a ms a.. I-
.a bam "thquem's ThereIm Peft -
ag",._.A .h. ;r had
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MNs. .J-t T7:89 0: ia bers re
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,tlno.-Mi au Btmued to their Bome
Mrs. JuNla D~ nt M' t M Jusa Aiuento
Patm NCiam I ,A onU Mra r -Mara Ninim
Mrs. Ann ctmdt Iave returned to Colon rom
thrrera, a viiat with Telsatv in Ocu.
They wee .,alled. home be-
.mei Club -. s9* of 0 S1 fin the 4 tamuIr
I of the Critebal MNr. Erimett Argo, of Gatun,
bill haoM ts te has return' d to 'ir home trom
myztn C. Clab.HBoad Meeting.
Sneld at e ame Tns BoaUrd of tMR Washtng'l
uaday, at 2:00 p. ta ,oltlon Olub will meet
time Mrs. Ro tomorrow at T.:0 D m. at the
give a -repor on otei Wasnungton.
4 Stint ambroel". .
eynolds. N.C.O. Wive Cluli Nuil..
Served following Th trt OUit* N. C 0
monthly meeti, on Tuesday,
February 3 at 70' pn. at the,
Rauw Party Cltr. gest' bew--
sueceailul coed Mrome.. .
prsy-Washgiven by ---
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AfjtM OM liittl- 00l*.

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4: 0- WItJ Wrdas
4: ra on Parade
64;-.) t" Your Favorite
5:1 a-U B on the Air (AgMf-
9:30-AW Maour aFavor it e
(GCotd)
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M;-.-,-WaMt'n Tour Favorite
I teo td)
U:0--FADU AND FABSION8
80I--Tbe Telephone hour
Iir- twell Thomas
7:,O).-Tae It Pro Here (9B)
46-wa RIB SN SPORTS
7.45*-INe Comes Louis Jordan
:'-,-venwling Salon
a8;46-.P. Commentary
lo-,. $ack Smith Show (VOA)
-:I-4ftezurslons in Science
*:O-.4 playhouse Favorites
IO.0-The World at Your Win-
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Mwight--fl Off.

1 'taesay, February 3
8'SigD On Alarm Clock
Club
7:30-MournIM Salon
p: l--Mornhw Varktiu
S:U'..MtM. Makers
:45.aaMswlan Harmonies
SbI-arI Heart Program
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California Theaters Beg Off


Swing Chaplin's 'Limelight'

HOLLYV OOD, Feb. 2- -UP) we're not even interested," he
-The 2,500,000 movle-goers in said. ,
HilywooI and Los APg eles, Meanwhile, the public lsttak-
.-nay never get to see Charlie Ing the situawon calmly. There
Ch a p I I n's "Limelight" the have been no public demon-
he heart of Hollywod ture, nor any uieraLure on the
So0the-n California's three a-tbject. Fox West Coast re.
tfp theater chainU bali Wegged plaeed It Chaplin film wit
Presenting the comedians M Nagra' -- starring Marilyn
fLm after pressure w33 applied Monoe.
by the American Legion and .
movie studio oui U o Oversight
United Artst ter Co., .LOUISVILLE, K. (UP) -J. B.
Pox Wnt Coast theaters and Thorribury, a public accountant.
Warner Brothers were offered who helped other persons figtire
the screen| rightS of "Lime- their city taxes, was fined $150
light" .bv the United -ArtIsts for failure to pay his own city
Distributing Co. But only FWC occupational taxes of $300 over a
pdve the picture seritOU con- four-year period.
gideratior.
takng e from' the cha ,
turned the other way when the
m sale showed p TH U RSDAY
.o ftar, only ir few. pors TA
columnist and Hollywood
hinge-nn have seen the pi. -AT THE
lure- lt private atBuao1
a$i. P tIl releWa SELLA: VISTA
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Written in bob lead... Gold
fever... Gambling chips...
and high silk stockings!
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Jewish Aiv~r~a
The mdle Fo t54
NEW YORK', Jan. (UP) -The
300th anniversary clebration of
Jewish settlement Ma* United
States, to occur In 1954. will have
as its central theme "Man's Op-
portunities and RepogahWitie .
Under Freedom," according Ita
Ralph E SamueL chairman of
the American Jewish Tercenten-
ary Committee. ,
Samuel submitted a ahmnt-
tee report that said this theme
was deemed appropriate be-
cause: -- .y-..
"1. The hl6ory and experience ,
of the Jews'Ig the Urnt $4 SltalM
have certaiiVy shown the great,
opportunities which exist fo;
man in an"t'nosphere of Tree-
dom.
"2. We would hope to show
that Jews have been alive t5 the
corresponding responsibiliL ies
which have rested upon them as
American citizens.
"3. Above all we must express
the hope which is in all of us N
that those opportunities and B
those responsibilities will soon s
be made uni e al for all the w
millions of n, hnd women and w
children whodhw do not enjoy cc
the blessings pA berty.0


0 HOLDS BARRED.-A desperate fight is waged between Scott
Bradv left) and Forrest Tucker for the affections of Jane Rus-
ell starred in RKO Radio's exciting drama. "Montana Belle,"
whichh opens at the Central Theater Wednesday. George Brent
o-stars, with Brady and Tucker top-featured With Andy Devine
in the production in Trucolor.


TODAY


PANAMA CITY

THEATRES
Pr-ma


LUX THEATER


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Specracula

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A Fine Comedy With m French Touchl
"THE HAPPY TIME"
with CHARLES BOYER
Linda CHRISTIAN Louis JOURDAN

AL B ELLA VISTA A


3:9 4:5 g:s5 P.M._
color) RELEASE!
A whole new world
of adventure
VORLDS sweeps the screenI
Oregory PECK
DE" Ann BLYTM
Amthoey QUINM
in is
r and "THE WORLD IN
HIS ARMS"
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CECILIA -


-The rpetest love story filmed in the
most beautiful background:!
"The Snows of KilimanJaro"
In Technicolor!
Gregory PECK Susan HAYWARD
SAve GARDNER
Also: The Art of Botticell

Abroad In Boot Camp! -- TROPICAL
LEO GORCEY and The BROWERY BOYS. in
"HERE COME THE MARINES"
Also: Johnny SHEFFIELD (Bomba i. in
"AFRICAN TREASURE"

ENCANTO C4PITOLIO
Gene Barry Lydia John Wayne, in
Clarke. in "BIG JIM McLAIN"
"ATOMIC C lr" Also: -
.- Al Virginia Mayo, in
Dean Martin Jerry "SHE IS WORKING
Lewis, in HER WAY
"SAILOR BEWARE" THROUGH COLLEGE"


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Openis TIursday
S8 UitiMOUSLY

LUX &' &ECILIA
THEAmUR h-. PANAMA
And At Th S IBE Col6n


TIVOL I
Ray Mnll-t Ris
Gm. In
"THI THIEF"
Also: -
"UNTAMED WOMAN"


VICTORIA
rafa'elaleddnZ. In
"LOS APUROS DE MIS
AHIJADOS"
Also: -
"-Majerl Smarinfiedas


IDE AL "TiE oAGIC CARPET
and John Derek, In "FAMILY SECRET"


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T E Atntc Side rkesdents
;'et Its debut In the ity of Col6n

on Melendez Avenue behind the

il f Policke and Bombero Stations


ST* DAY, February 3, at 845 PM

I| 75 "Clowns, Trapeze Artists, Acrobts

Wild and Drestic Animals

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U.S. Bob-Sled Tqm _Wi...-.b
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Am erican Dare-Devils Panaa Adds Plummer ps Transito -Kid C levies.,

JJpsel Gernan Champioen To-d In In 3rd "lPu

nighmad a triumphant M
.. . I|nler -l- b """ " ,"". l'"' 0hm oIt o th hrd. rMdhg tha l, -tTAN n
A team of American Jare-devils upset the defending cham- tothme n watrsm byhan tIoptur dte a u&" hotato n aw
s from Germany est rday to win the four-man bob-sle title Tranto in the ran a rd
The American team headed by driver Lloyd Johnson of round o a ten-ro the O a nd unlike a unko n mal With
Madison, Wisconsin rallied on the second and last runover the TEA ST ANIT before a crowd of several r approximately d ht i thse .
'treacherous ourseodae to win h the title, oer theppd T A t oTA t be maren boutr atdof t panmately g^ GymIaet y It several rI xhsMouhI
a treatherous course to win the title. Pan. Tot. 1,000 lan. a d op himiu onee e d P B reT enty 1l0 f
In the first run down the icy course at Garmisch-Parten- Pana ma 1834 1640 3474 History repeated itself in this ount. Plummet Was w hen Tra to fina a
iaehen, Germany, the Americans placed third with a time of Amador 1598 1495 3093 second meeting between the two i bad sh during nat against the ro p tease:
Slightly over one minute, 15 seconds. Germany's Anderl Ostler. -I Brazos Brook 1435 1595 3030 ihtwelghts. Five years ago the baroundhape ri man c int, Plummer went td wa
the 1951 and '52 champion and Olympic winner drove his sled Fort Days 1295 121 516 wen both boys were feather- er up and Weauter on Tranalto .with re t t aft oon Y a
f, raetions of a second faster to win the first heat. Another Ger- Summit Hills 1038 1249 2287 weight semifinalists, Transito t topped jidl Qn 1 c 4
man team was second in the fir se co rs the Amert heat. A strong Panama consent dropped Plummer for a nine The.' minute rest revived count of nbie.When t In.i
In the second race down the 1-curive course, the Americans crossed the Isthmus ini force count in the first round only to PIalAW c. completely and be got up, he ws tpr ci e .i
i saved precious time to crose the finish line in slightly over one yesterday and let them all a- have Federico come right back came tet for ,the kill in thel eas and P e torea hMm ,.,
anute, 13 seconds. That gave Johnson's crew an elapsed time gain to increase Its dIn the to put ove e r 1 P w
for both runs of just over two minutes, 28 seconds. annual Inter-Club matches. out to er the fighter of nhe l wt
Ostler's sled finished second, taking about one second more, The Panama 20-man squad 118, z---.the round when i t was evident
to make the two runs. I outscored even Brazos on its UO that the Kid would only receive th@, Ith 01mr Ga 4 o, a-
A crowd of eight thousand lined the course which Saturday home course and now looks like .more seven pa u laim enct. Dreod ,wa hltt, 4
claimed the life of former champion Felix Endrich of Switzerland a sure thin to reg the-cham- e-41ore as many wsa. wanl e. r, r .,
in a practice ran.' Because of the fatality, yesterday's race was pionhip w htatyear to predicted, thne se a eith uflr u9Mlt.hr tird i i'
------------- ___For __anw__ asqfppped byIn Juan .fr2radlier out to be the "fight of the'kld.ok e* o n.13S tatr
acut to two heats Instead of the normal four. Fort Amador an was pp ed by o o- ent th e ingh o and p .. . 4 t i3
-" ___-Summit in 5 night." Melvn Bourne, 118, pulla .dr %tw s. on a scratch O 02
On... : e of the I rlu U s of the The Stud Santa Cecil a's ex- ad -a b ig-1and gave0the tO0 1 ,
V T,1 d a y w a s tu r n e d in b R a y V a l -2 v e $ 2 .2 0 f a v o r e d aL ASa k f l 11 9, at e x- K 4A trl t edig t0 1 .
Calum et M's M ark-Y e- |W ell. des of P'anama who bada neat Amorlo yes rday afnte rnoonl rac-L..Il. (Tuiaa-Biseaya) rif lie ck ing I the scheduled firt b .t i n Am .slw
74. good for 107 points. Thi to. ed to a brilliant one length vic- e4Aht-rounder. r W m bal.
tal. hw ever, was one shy of the tory over the also costly Chilean POURTE RACE andI utht Jack a the way to mo a dis sharply
T t lngt v-r in" teatal, hnS Oow ever wa gra shy.of the 94 touoe bth als I At erean t onle ..... icourne outfo ught, outroughed Q w ahm t lk T- Totasl a
'Fleet Bird' R un O ne-Two *n ewcome r 57pl0ndori n e3 C20,2.20 u t l the..wayt ad 0 ,..
'Fieeta MaJuit Saturda', a u i One T woJ d. 0.Ing arnere d b 10yb nOwc men f rln Esplendor t e F an $3.20, 2.20, 2.20 earn a unanimous verdict. Durw-- .amt. o-r. T. 'A
bn 0 Dn en furlong $570 Class "13" main E._J eaI PM .20 masecond round toe-t-te, ax- NO WW9 .nWS _.., 1
M ngo s o eevs 7 ent at the Juan Franco Race *..30 Ih a second roud to-to toe ex.N ot- It rt3 1 -
e dalAEs hooteu r wee, T o-i TrA ck. in AAr o-(Golden F-Vill- for an eight-count wi a when f
11 .e Santa An ita M atu rit n balalndo, of BrSa with par LThe wingwas the third in four .Sre l) VS blow. o an Ir, i e.t .4d j 1, 0.
B UN ED PRESSW ba an. of BaP i a starts here by the six-year-old 'i W u In the f ourth, Jack was lk d an re d-- In l 11t
U Yesterdayd n resultfr: l 9130,5.40 knoke kn tsloud h the o peor o a Onsbyrun on a O 1 -r
Soe.-two punch of rac- J. MacMurray 72, C. $5.20, $2.20 and $2.20. He was they iAC terrific rig hlt a .whh ie. WeM wd 4 h ic. 1 i
That one-wo pc o rac- McMu y Mac- second choice In the ari- T ACEsent him acros e ring and f '
ing Calumet Farms and Ed-n Murr 81, Mitten 82, Schmitt mutuels -In* $8, 4.60 3.40 intothe lapsof the fans inthe In the next I itws 0- lud
d tie lArcari-has done i BA n ill Waic tghe m I 8, a ,le Arias 5, Vairs 1I, m ... w ., 3. first row at .ringside. The bralt 's turn to %ft le.4 A '.s'..
SArcaro rod e solidly favored Mulle 72, Dehlin er Etri- Keyhaven broke on op and 3-L a youngster however, came back An t r='o b y an ie W W Neailgs I
P'Mark Ye Well" to a three-quar- I mm pI .. Peau Clibee 80, Wright 81, and took command after a brief .5iVE .'WCE and ly put mal" y a good blow them oe m. More' .- lL o
ter length victory in the Santa I xusi a s No. I n C. D .a O uardoa 77, Ridg 94, tusae with Carmela II. After O$5.20. 2 but 0u didht, have enough to e n tha. seve ithW -
Anita Maturity Saturday, a mile M. 102. Galindo 80, Morrice Carmela relinquished, splendor der $*3 bet burne. Thts battle wat s . .t
and a quarter race with a gross By STEVE NIDER 83., go 70, Glickenhaus 79. took up the chase with Hartley full of action from start to fin- i .
Vue of $161,975. United Press Sports Writer E. De a Guardia 80, Chandeck Lass going third. Three furlongs n DaubSe (Rinty.Amo sha. I .
Just to make it an even big- NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UPi 93. Total! 1640. out, Cuban Jockey Rolando Lo- I, G. The six roud 1e lal" was J ,- erg .. i3 .'
er day for Calumet, jockey Vice President Bill Walsinaham. pez Gil gave Esplendor hia head ACy won t Horaco Os, 128, by .. .' .a-t e '
Henry Moreno piloted Mark Ye Jr. of the St Lou Cari nals AMADOR 8 and the horse overtook oKeu- a. ,0,0 3.20 athK overt joe ande, p .i
Well's stablemate 'Fleet Bird' who'd like to buy the club from Rile44, I brola 87, Drig- haven then gradually moved in $3.80, 3. 0 Ottls to pe d ande ab 2:03 ofg
home second. "Ha py Go Fred Salgh. is Stan Musials gens 3, Hinkle 77, Golden 71, the lead. outl s.. the o ur- t round after dropplag
Lucky" got rp for third money No. I fan. Kenna 68, Smith 78, Moran 78, All this time Amorlo, off slow- ls: (In ,Vie-Galante) twice that round. Bands was
in the four-year-old classic. As he paced the floor outside Mahone 60, Flemin 65, Beall 94, ly. was steadily passing horses *N- ,Astill *on his feet 4t the entl ut -
t: e n tim aa-a special National League meet Garriel 70, Riley 87, Boxwell 59, When they reached the miles NINTai. ( 6AC 0 referee Vivian 8twart effiilent-
*It's the second time a Calu- Ing over the weekend, the Car Bishop Burns 56, House 98, post he was fourth p coming ds () $3 20, 0 ly halte ro d ings.
.met entry has run one-two in dinal executive spoke in guard- Laily 9 ordon 91, May 93. To- strongly. Splendor entered the r2cm.e's ta" 4) .0, 2.40 .or ra' 511 scored a _,
gt Aonr9 1,hMa by H3. To-ostroog ly y. n 117, wetery the Ien t0e Wt, e
'the Maturity. The other was ed tones about every subject tal: 14 . stretch some two lIngtha to the s $8 fourt rot-d ksockout ve T-
with "Ponder" and "Two Lea" in connected with the club except by .M .L 2-VabrodoreHar3 *ofled'For-lny avill, i nwhen at tter 3*
O "H ..yG u l Stan the Man. baeball'slead .AS i Ls thmn er en and In Stat) refused to come ol for the-flnal
appy .o Lucky,, flown an hitter. Galin 91, Byrd .Wood 71, ash wa $uPp th splendor .T'lVENT Ire round of th ezpkellinary. Osa -
Tom New Orleans to join eight Somebody askeo him whether Chadw 74, illam Plaia Amoro.. was m the s.bestIthe Van had taken-iastefdy
,,ther entries for the bi race, he'd ever trade Musial if he got 70, French 76. Ale ander 79, final s*tteent He gradually' LUs, $3- 0 bing in the third .t-d. 1 .-
moved into contention n the control of the Cardinals Melainger 99, Appelquist 84, Inched away A was a full wd w
stretch. Then Arcaro gave "Once in a lifetime a team MacDonald 7, Mathleson 108, length to the good at the wire.
dark Ye Well the gas and the gets an institution like Mus- Henderson 72 Hoverson 72. Hartley Lass outlasted the.........
colt fairly flew past Happ Go lal," said Walsinh *."YO, Richmond 92, Morland 81, Prier fast sto pin Keyhaven for
2.. and tn e ~lrng "Main do't trade away 7un 2Hardy 83, MacVilWe N, R -a third was only an.- I '
4lnhe. e Walzingh wnmld 78. Total: 10 e other ben h the also at .
* .Going Into the s. tch,'X lae m on-, -or. nAmero rBo.,.' "
'e Wel led by three round the CSam Bd on frFORTn D l S dpytrack In .'
'Fleet Bird ha d .-opped one capcit or another, start- ulowa _, trc-.y, I of 1:3. 12 .
lightly on the turn but More- ting in a ticket booth A. learn verett 64 Ferres5 Roberts The feitre was one ....
m0o brought him on in the the business from bottom to the l, Patterson r Hipson 17. of two scored by C e.n Jockey
%ttetch and he finished a half top. He has seen many great Crum 47., Shine 6 Sergeant IS, Jose Bravo. No other rider won
n.gth ahead of Happy Go Luc- ardinas stars sold on the auc- 'Powell 36. nead GO, Biggen- nre than once.
y .. .tion lock bbtham 50., Makowaki 72, Collier "'
Mark Ye Well was e as e3d But if Walslngham has his 60, Dupuis 86, Waggoner 75, The dividends: .Bt.
Through the final sixteenth and say, Musial, likely will stay with Sanders 76. Stockton 43, Kurz ,
pozted the slowest winning time the Cards as long as he at can 56. Total: 1221. FIRST RACE K.r-%
'In the Maturity's history two trot down to first base after a 1-Bijagual N6, 5.20, 4.20
minutes, three and two-fifth base hit. SUM IT HILLS 2--Valador (e) $4.60. 3. 3
Seconds. "He's not only a great player Riley 66, Jankus 87, Saarinen 3-Co.s Linda s8.2 0,%M10
The winner paid $2.40 to win, but onle of the finest men i Mqdinger 688, Harris 58, Le
,an identical $2.40 to place and business,"' said Walsingham. Brun 0, Workman 77 Eupesr 74, SECOND RAdC
42.10 to show. The Cards have unloaded Robinum 82, Van Wie 98, E.- I-Mufieco $3.20, 2.40
Elsewhere-Brookmeade Sta- plenty of home town baseball gelke '12, Perantle 40, Weatheis --Plligransa ,33. I"
bles' "First Aid" posted his sec- heroes. espeelally in the days 7,Fowle 55, Peacod 41, TurnOr First Double: (BIjagual-Ma.
end stakes victory in a row by when Branch Rickey was pulling 54. Whitney 45, Tettenburn 27, Aee*) $11.
t~lshlng first by ona half length the string. Roger Hornsby came Eberens 58, Cherry 60. Total:rRA .- .#'
the second division of the and went, without a lasting 1 THIRD RACE.
le5,000 Bahamas Handicap at furor. Dizzy Dearn, after a ju -Tuir' $9.80, 2.20
L Pn oa half-season of arm trouble, -"
"King Pin" won by three went on to the Cubs"In a hugr.
gths in the first section., trade, and the Cardinals surviv- eh
At Fair Grounds, 'EveraBright' ad without becoming a victim WOffordU ach es
e nearly aft the way to. win of a boycott as predicted. 'i.','-.
e$14,00 Peleteri Handicap by Later on, Johnny Mze was
wo lengths. LtradedtotherGonJ s threenLg tToS
And Jockey Ronnie Baldwin traded to the Gants h i
de "Spring Khal" to victory day shomer itter and ymin rid PoD
that"dement was vlndlcat-Va
a Clearwater Purse at Sun- ed when the Cards moan won Wyoming Grid"Post'
__-eP _n_ a pennant, something they 8PARTANBURG. S.C., F.b. .
m' _____never had done with Big Jaw as UPARABRG .. oDr. a eni
at first base. Ua)-ne Jr. presaiens of
When Musial began to clip the Gais Cle e said et her has .
4salarfn trade rumors began to_ o 'll H e wo ,ee k t"...
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HALIFAX, Nova Scotla, Feb. 2 wreckage of the Neptune was while landing. aeriouuly injurm arud and crasd"ndM the field
(UP).- A chartered British air- sighted by a helicopter today on one crewman and hospitaUli an fxlre 2 n atut.
liner, believed cr I "ying 39 per- the slope of a mountain north the otheat 21 aboard. iuS LiwC .weu d h to the
sons, disappeared over the of the U. S. air base at Naha. *n helpt to Save the 22
stormy North Atlantic today and A ground search party dis- There were no fatalities. and crwe u a,
the Royal Canadian Air Force watched to the scene reported h6ttwwtas,..de maed
ordered six- bombers out to look there were no survivors. The The plaw which had taken by t
for it. plane carried three officers and off fro lak li i, Ma -
The Air Force said a United eight eil sted men. after a oL's from[I Toyoi, = L I Uu "
(NEA RadoTelephot) States Coast Guard ship and a an overYS r landing approach
weather vessel were converging From Hong Kong it was re- at the oiairstrip and hit a
THE GUARD CHANGES Gen. James A. Van Fleet (standing in carl waves to a crowd of more on the scene of the aircraft's ported that a U. S. Air Forca seawall at the end of the run-
than 50.000 South Koreans and UN soldiers in eoul. The demonstration, staged before the Ca- natearce to coh merce a C-54 transport plane crashed at wa y.
itol Building. was a farewell to retiring Gen. Van Fleet. He will be replaced by Gen. Maxwell full-scale sea search. Kaltak airport, Kowloon, today Eyewitn aid it aun
STaylor. I The four-engined York air- .
.......... .. ., liner. owned by kyways airlines
STa lor Delays of London. England, was be- . O ;; ]nBni
T Taf r a or Delays .eved down some 350 miles :.: o c
east-southeast of Gander. New- W, l ."4 ." ts a5S
Ko an Arrival Meanwhile 11 men were kill- I -'
ed last night when a twin-en- ,c" ....
L. |TO O, Feb. 2 (UP)-Lt. Gen. gined Navy patrol bomber crash-
Max Taylor. named to sc- ed in the rugged mountains of
caUed James A. Van Fleet routine training flight. ho a l
as U. :8th Army commander, Pacific Fleet headquarters at do n e
today laved his departure for Pearl Harbor announced thethen % t t i A
sonal pection of key United ,c.
Nato- military bases i n apan.M r Na. Npor ids no tl trIe
oThe ieree-tary general flew ,Io 4, 000 Serv icemen O o
to I I base in southern l
Honshim _t British Corn-In Caribbea 1
monwegl les and the U. S.
Air Forte ee cement center In itaTra rl
Taylor -ywatrdi v inspected the
U. S. AIly replacement pro- LITTLE CREEK, Va., Feb. 2
cessing cetter at CamR Drake (UP).- The commander of At-.
near Tok lantic Fleet amphibious forces
said today that 42,000 sailors
and Marines will begin thia
week "one of the most extensive
ArmyT g Tows ... a eo ver "." -
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Vice Ad=, 1P. 0. Fahrion a&
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willlast for the next two ar vi cm
A acs Pan t launch bo u The Navy said the maneuverst. 'N @r.1
ht .llfor Cab wh launi bch a ow undwill extend from the Caribbean e N i
for Coba which area to shores of North Carolina.A bn
CASUALTY A wounded 01 is helped to a rear aid station after er failure a pe Manight, arr t The purpose will be to Im-
e rasa ye med wngl tewbe to i..- ,g- ,1 '-,..
fierce fighting on T-Bone Hill subsided. United Nations forces night und of the US Army prove and test communications, '-
*.urled their biggest attack in three months against the Reds on tug Pvt. R Darragh The command relations, tactical con- .'. ...
T-Bone Hill, but were beaten off after heavy fighting. launcder Panama at 300 cepta and training methods, top .D PL AuIC M ON DBI p
S*t *6 p.m. last with 56 v l of ficers said. DIPLOMAC MISSION ,,- f. u D e
owners for and. The pri Nearly 25,000 Navy personnel (left), ani! Mutual SePprit hold
owners were ed by 20 police- and 17.000 U. S. Marines, incluol- on to their hats in thhe
Suo tsm t e Bi esmen 0. Ing Naval and Marine aviation two cabinet members ref t to o a fact-W TAC4 Is t Alines
euperforts tage biggest units, will take part In the ex- gathering tour. The t sleek, er Ohe f-
The Resc donation Cen- ercises. naanirom Nw
ter dispatch Albatross am- Fahron will be in overall t' Ole ant .In ternatonal
phibian wit regency rations cornniand of the operation, dub- Arport :y a- ody its
Raid in More Than A Year an ofixft. ation of the bedAofficially "Lant Phbex Two"o Euroan Army 15 Dulies'
aid In M ore Th n A Year Atlanticamphibiousexercise
Scored two offshore, 15 two. IND|
o -- miles west of CAK Mala. Admiral Pahrlon said the Ma- this
SEOUL, Feb. 2 (UP) United tress" extending 20 miles into Th pvt. rine patcipati willbe.o
Nations Sabres caught Russian North Korea. ThImt BU of rm t en re i p Pe T l
M s out in the open for the 15th United Nations troops on the borcrft Br US A r m y fleet Marine force. Atlantic,, gla
d amaged five of them in dog- post near "Old Baldy" on the patcled fro 20 at 5: 30 Marine Corps wilf come fromh3L
over North Korea today. western front but otherwise the aturda pt. Raymond Cherry Point. N. C., headquar- PARIS, .Feb. 2 (UP) w". u.0Paris, London, .Ica th
trenc war renmes oggeSanchez. officer-in charge. The ters of aircraft fleet Marine tary of State John FosterDuiIab
n a emaedkipper of the ug, Capt. Nor- force, Atlantic. under a in brought word yesterday that h kreiseing rench te
U S. Superforts. ranging cloud-down and stalemated. mkne Majoulthe was Inpt.Nrut Fioeld arrise. proposed turo0 ary to a wr Is
s skies. dropped 200.000 pounds and J. Goulet. was instructed Field Harris. prps hed Skwrml
Srbomb across the 155-mile to return the launch to Panama. Amphibious troops under the President Elisenhower' list H .h
battleline in their biggest atack ad The disabled vessel was under command of the Second Marineprojects linked with the-h opMethtAmol,
torexthan th yeartas then Ko-CBa t a ed tow by 5:30 a.m. Sunday. All but Division commander MaJ. ren. of American aid 3toW1 l -, o1=be out
stn fighting continued to be- R eturn a small crew had been taken off R. McC. Pate, wil embarkt d latel .
Thyinte ai/r. Toe00 M ermitn t eurn to e anthe launch by another Panaman- Norfolk and at Moreheafd City e top Amer n was
JoAPoutr i 0e fuigh xlve e aonter- b rIavessel, the Zambu and taken N. C. InIslad.tod
Ab u troo -b oncenravmtine pul u uo ao n The Navy said the task force in tu atis
nmahed a troop concentration th n At .Will then proceed-to and conduct 1hSI 'were -
*acasm ev el ino2-bidingssIlA tross was dA by Capt. capturing the island of Vieques, ic elw als40 .1 .
ad touching off six largesecon- MEXICO CITY. Feb. 2 'UP)- le M. Hath U Puerto Rico. as a base for the and opinion ...ar
explosions that sent dense ICuoan President Fulgenclo Ba- second pl-ase.. ...
moke shooting thousands oftistra ill allow th president he hePvt. Da athe same A Marine training group, now oftAti Weo
fe Into the air. deposed in a brief revolution In o b which last towed aundergoing extensive field traln- is as m
pound delayed action explosives ,safety. accordingato an inter- tross 500 miles boa. after Caribbean Island. Mud *MO. IMP-,
dn the maze of caves, tunnels view published In the Mexico It was damaged n open sea The second phase of theand
ad bunkers the Communists l Cit. newspaper. Novedrdes. landing. The Al had land-tion will consst of f
Sare n tt a t er o ed near a USNa bchaser to of a 150-ship task for their ft
Batista Is reported to hawd deliver a doctor ill seaman. Venues under General3haddle b
saidiehat, although he believe es .., ,
uit ormer president Carlos Prio So- n; --- -""s
carras guilty of plotting a coun-
teh-revolution, he has no ob- and
inst Bus Driver "ard ecy ond to his return to the Is-
Dlmages totalling $1,065.40 "1 will permit him to return
were awarded In US District to Cuba without fear of re- W
Court today to Jasper McCatty. prisal." Batista said.
Carn plaintiff in a suit against 'aUnfortunately. Prio SoSars
oa Singh. n ats a counter-revolution and A
the e-.mount awarded by undoubtedly paid for the arms
Judge 0. F Crowe. $750 was for and ammunition recently un-
the pain and suffering exper- covered In the United States."
genced by McCatty after head Batista continued.
juries In a traffic accident last
or on Gailard Highway near Batista said he was not afraid
SCardene s River Bridge. of an uprising, but "we ve l to
q'he remainder of the suma a- take steps to prevent it."
w oded was for expenses and Despite his accusation that
Medical care. McCatty had to Prio Socarras was leading a
sdergo an operation for a movement against him. Batista
Wood clot on his brain, but has said. "He can always return to
now completely recovered. Cuba provided he obeys the low."
Woodrow de Castro of the law 'intista said he would "'prob-

S of the accident. He is now months he said.
his ru ig today, Judge I"' l',, LINE OF INQUIRY AiM
ehel that Driver "Brown, Committee on his
tor of th Bhugh vehicis, Tuesday, Feb. 3 teLtify, are Secreta
. negligent 5C its operation. 3103 LOW Air Force Secretary
_McCatty had not been ne- 6:$ a. m. 12:23 .m. opposlion from the
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