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THE PANAMA AMERICAV AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ATURDAV. SEPTEMBER ST, 1MI
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
Italian Ship Marco Polo
Land 52 Passengers Here
The 8,948 Italian Line passen-
ger ship Marco Polo arrived in
Balboa yesterday with 52 landing
passengers.
She is bound for Italy from the
West Coast of South America. '
Oddrar II
Loading Scrap Iron
TV Panama-registered Oddvar
II is loading scrap iron at Dock
15 in Balboa, ..
The 1.900-ton freighter arrived
here from Pi.?rto Armuelles and
Is headed for Tamplco. Mexico.
Fernle and Company are local
gents.
Hi-.lda Maersk Brings
7 Local Passengers
The Maersk Line ship Huida
Maersk arrived early this morn-
ing from Los AngeVs and the
Tar East with seven landing pas-
enirers.
The ship will also discharge a
gcnrral Far East cargo in Cristo-
bal before she resumes her jour-
nev to New York
Fenton and Company are local
ag.?nts.
Standard Fruit Company Ship
Due at Balboa Tomorrow
The 2,000-ton Gatun of the
Standard Fruit Company is due
to arrive at Balboa at 8 p.m.
irom Guayaquil with a cargo of
30.000 stems of bananas.
After taking bunkers and wa-
ter the Gatun will transit the
DIRTY OIL
CAN RUIN
YOUR ENGINE
keep your engine oil free from
harmful abrasives with a...
Jlim-oL or Mercury
Canal tomorrow en route to New
Orleans with the bananas. Fen-
' ton and Company are local
agents.
KLM Stewardesses
Care For Animal Passengers
The special stewards employed
by KLM the world's oldest air-
line, to look after animal passen-
gers (which may range from um-
brella ants to elephants have
discovered that the elephants en-
trusted to their care are quiet
and well-behaved passengers at
high altitudes........as long as
they are accompanied by a hen.
The hen which wanders around
in the flying zoo. sits down on
the elephant's back from time to
time or makes an extra flight on
its trunk. They seem to get on so
well together that the steward
has not the slightest trouble with
this bulky charge.
Occasionally, too, the hen lays
an egg en route!
Since tliis surprising discovery
was made, elephants In transit
are now provided with a double
room in KLM'8 "Animal Hotel";
at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam.
In KLM circles, the hen that
looks after the elephants is now-
referred to as "Elephant Girl."
So Tar, the "Flying Dutchman"
have transported 16 elephants a-
cross the Atlantic Ocean to |
America.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 184*
Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
' FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
______________OF SOUTH AMERICA________,
TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SAMANCO"..................................9tt 4
M.V. "SARMIENTO"................................Oct.
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"......................Oct. 29
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
' HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUfiA
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18, Tns).....Nt. It
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVERRY"................'................Oct. t
**: "KENl'TA"....................................0ct- M
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "DALERDYE"................................Oct.
S.S. "LtfCH GARTH"..............................Pet.
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.S. "DARRO"....................................Sept. 2*
8.S. "LOCH RYAN".................................Oct. 3
S.S. "DIEMERDYK"................................Oct.
NOTE:"Name for third rlam accommodation to Kingston and Havana
per M.V "REINA DEI. PACIFICO" 2snd November will be
taken s nn am. on the 2nd October."
All Sailings SB Meet to Chante Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Cristobal Tel. l54/5
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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 198
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Unitarian
THE
INITABIAN
OCIETY
l6 30 a.m.
JWB Armed
Tore Service
Center, Balboa.
CX-: or 7:45 p m.
Margarita Gym.
Your invitation
to liberal
religion.
Baptist
NATIONAL HArilsl LULMCHEB
Panama Baptist. Prayat Mtetuig 1:31)
am. Divine Service, 1:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vios 1:11 pm. and Strvlngof Tht Lord
upper at both Service Sunday School
Mo/ Baptist, La Boca. C. L.. Divine
ervfee 11:10 ml and I M pm. Serving
MM Larda Supper ai both Service Sun.
day School at 1:30 D.m
Hew Mom. Chiva -Chiva. C.Z, Divine
11:80 am Sunday School at
flamnna, C.I., Divina Barvlcaa at 11 Wi
UM. laTT'Ji m with Sunday School
Ml ..
Bev
A. a. CteeS. Mlaiita
Rio Abaje. B.P. Sunday School ai
tM COCOU BAiTIBl CHUBCH.
Building 311 Bruja Boad
Bev. ft. O. Van Hoyan
unday school .............. . a.m
Preaching Service ........... 18:48 a m
IralntagUniOn .............. 8:30 pm
Pretchlng Sat vie* ........... TUB B-aa-
Brotherbood 7:00 pm. Monday.
Prayer Meetln < " Wedneedir
Be>. 8 IN. Breare, Minister
BBDCMPT1UN ma rill CHURCH
M, I' Streel
(Betlae th* National Irutituiai
Box 1443 Panam Oil.
Rev Joe* Prado Cleaves. Ptttor
SERVICES IN SPANISH
Sunday Service
Sunday School.......... ?
freaohing Servir ........ ISO p.m.
W*d*itd*v Bible Study 7 SO om
Charcha al the many taittis in the Canal lena, and fh* terminal
crfiot ef Pname and Catan. Republic af Panama, extend vraltaeaa
at all time la men anal wemen | the armed eervieea. end fa civiliea
nelejhher. Irlanda and Mraagan.
At a pvalic arrice, lha The Panama American llatt hiltw, by
denaminatian, neticai el hivrt el werihlp anal avhar reflular actiritiee.
Lilting ara relatad Iram lima la tima. Oeneminatiena having
only ana a two canfreaailana ara Hitad under "Otha. Charcha And
Service A apacial lilting la included rat tervicet a* Arm* eeett.
Air Farea baia and Naval ttatlaa*. .
Miaiatar. church tecretarlti and chaplain! ara eeked H intern.
lha new, daik by Wedneiday Been at the leteat v any chiaaet (ar
the camina Saturday's church a*g*.
Catholic
--tP11^
riBBl HAPT1S1 CHURCH
Balboa Height*. C Z.
27 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Chuck away frem ha
with a releme last aa friendly."
H. Beeby, Paitar
WUltam
Sunday School .....
me*ning_Worship ..........
Baptlat Training Union ....
EvangelLUc Service........
Prayer Meeting Wednee-
W.MS Bible Study Thtirs-
day .....................
Mena Brotherhood (Laat
Monday in month)........
i:30 a.m
41 a.m
SO P-m
7S0 n rn
1:20 pm
1:00 a.m.
ISO p-m.
ATLANTIC BAPtlST CHUBCH
Boilvaf Ave. at 11th Street
Criatobnl. Canal Zone
Rev Fred L. Jonea. Missionary Paalor.
Sunday School ................. 1:45
Mornln
e
Worahlp
g We
Tral
10:45
tptist Training Union ......... 6:30
\X2wgff-'ii-:v.:: -S
(Lilted below ara the Catholic Churches
in the Canal Zone and those In the ter
mlnal cltlcn of Panam and Colon whoae
.ongregauon arc primarily
(peaking Bmldm tame, the Cathedral Ir
Panama City, the Cathedral of the 1m
maculate Conception in Colon, and Bum
trout pariah churcbta in both eitiaa, wel-
come Cngllih epeaklng visitor*, though
their congregation- are orlmarlly Span
lah-apeaklng 1
1 MARY*
Balboa
unday Manee: 5 55. g:00. 10:M, 11 :W.
12:00 am.
Benediction: 1:00 p.
Holy Day Maaam: ill. IN 11:10, US*
a.m
Con feas 1 one. SaturdayISO, l:0 pm
7:00. 8:00 a.m. Thursday tor Fir*!
t'rlday-7.0*. 1:00 pm
Miraculous Medal NovenaMonday at
7DO pm
Roury every evening at t:W.
ACRED HLART
Anccm
Sunday Mamaa: 5 55, 7:20. OS* am
Holy Days: 5:55. 7:20 am.
Confessions: SaturdayISO, 1:00 pm
7:00. 1:00 p.m. Thursday fat Flrat
Prlday7*0, 1:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotion* Friday at I S3
pm.
i ruuu
CotoU
Sunday Mam: 1:20 a.m
Holy Days: 6 00 tm
CURUNDU CHAPEL
Curunchj
Masa: ISO am
,y: 5 45 am
lona- ISO. 1:00 pm Saturday*
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mam: t:Sb am
Holy Day. SO am.
Confessions: Saturday7:15, 7:4* pm
ataae.................. dill
Rosary Monday. Wednesday and Satur
day at '.:9Q pm.
CatechW Clas**' Sunday-lOS". US*
a.m
". JOSEPH
Paralao
Sunday Mats: 1.30 am.
Holy Daya: 6:45 am.
Sunday I
Holy Day
Cenfe
Methodist
I'M*. Mr.lilOUlM CHURCH
I British Conference)
Minister William H. ArnuUong
1:00 a.m. Morning Praver and Sermon
2:00 p.m. Sunday School
4:00 Men's Meeting.
till o.m Evajnin* Pravet and Sermon
rsUNrTY MKTHODISI CHURCH
7th Street and Melendm Avenue.
Rev Norman Pratt, Minima
Culn R P
Ke Norman Pratt, Mlnlslat
IS a.m.Morning Servir and Holy
Communion.
7:19 pan Evening Servlet. Cuatt
readier Chaplain Ralph C Wilton of
ort Guiles
Tuesday
traMorning Service.
Weemaaday
Special Young Peoples' Service to-
night
ThuMday
I a.m Morning Service.
Servlcm will alto be held etch even-
ing during Holy Week. Monday to Thura-
unt.NEZt.M MarrHuUIHl CHURCH
Slvtr City, C.Z.
Suadey Service* am. and 1:15 pm
Sunday School for all tgc* at 1:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:80 o.m Prtver Meeting
-Teat Invttatlea Ts Warship-
Bble School ............. 1:41 am
arthlp ................... 11 DO am
Training Onion............ SO pm
Worship .................. 7:20 p.m
"raver Meetlna iThur* i t'jonm
Union Churches
Whata ail PretaaUals, apeme with
amity to eeeeatlati. liberty in see.
easanllal" and ebtrll* In all tklsga
rHl ATLANTIC SIDI
Crktteoal
The Rev Phillip Havener.
Phone 3-1461.
11:45 WnrshlD aryiri and CburcB-tim*
:00 Voun People- Meeting
Oat
the Re* J WUllam L Urabam, Beater
Phone 1-355.
:00 ISO Brnadcaat on HOK: HPIR
and HON
:4s Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
SD0 Christian Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell Paattr
Phune S-14M.
:3I Bible School
11:4 WnrshlD service and Cburch-tlmt
ourtery
SO Youth reliowahip
Confaaalona; Saturday3SO, 4:00 JB.
Rotary: Tueaday-7:00 pm
Catechism Classaa: Sunday-lOSO. USO
aja. .__
. VINCENTS
PanamA
Sunday Mattel; :00, ISO t.m
Holy Dayt: 00. 8:20 a.m
Confessions; Saturday2 00 1*0. 7SS.
DO pm
Kore Holy Days: 7 DO. 1:00.
try every evening: 7DO p.m.
ST. iOHN BAPTIST DE LA BALLS
Rio Abalo
Sunday Mattes: SO. ISO t.m
Benediction: 4:00 pm.
Holy Day Masses: 8:49 am
Con/euiona: Saturday :H. 4aH am.
Friday after Mlraculoua Medal No-
vena.
Mireewteue Medal NovenaFriday 7D0
p.m.
Rotary: Monday and Wednesday 7DO
P-m. .
ST. nuHESS-s ,.__
Sunday Mast: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Mail:
:4S am.
SuPnda Mis* .. ............ 7:l am
SacredI Heart Devotion*: Friday td
Confaaalona: Saturday2:30. IDS. IDS.
8:00 p.m.
Rotary every evening except Tueadty at
7:00 p.m
COCO BOLITO PLAYBHED
Pattor. Rev Wm 1 Finn. CM
Sunday School ............. : u
Servlcm Thursday night .. 7-45 o m
Cnnfe*slnn> before Mass
CiniRCB OP THE HOI. FAMfL!
MargarlU, C Z
Re* William 1 Finn CM _.
Holy Dav Mana......... t 00 am
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th. t O St
Pastor. Rev Vincent Ryan, CM
Sunday Matsea. 7. I I0SO am
Weekday Mesa. Mia
Sat.. 1:00 am.
Holy Day Masses. I.-OO at a:00 am
Confessions. Rotary, nightly 7.00 p.m.
Sunday School after the I a.m Masa.
Miraculous Medal Novena servlcm -
Mon 1.00 A 7:00 p.m
tit. Sat Devotion, every let Sat after
Mam
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Oatun. C.Z.
Pastor Rev Francis Lynch. CM.
Sunday Mam. 1:00 am.
Weekday Mas*** Thura 4:30 m
Sat 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass, IDO a.m
Miraculous Madal Novena service
Mon. 7:15 p m
1st Friday. Confession. Communion
M5 p-m
Confessions Sal :. 1:00 pm
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Episcopal
LUKS
7:2* am
1:30 am.
ANCON, tit
THE CATHEDRAL 01 SI
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion .........
Church School and Adult
Bible Clam ...............
Morning Prayer and Sermon 10:4* am.
First Sunday of the Month ,
Holy Communion and Ser-
mon ....................... 10:45 am.
iv,'!flnA.Pr,'*r Dd Sannon 7:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS and Holy Daya
Holy Communion .......... I 30 a m
CRISTOBAL, R.P.
CHUBCM OF O1 AVIOJB
Srd St near O. Navy
Re*. Milton A Cookton. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:20 am
Church School 1:20 am
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11 do am
(H.C. flrat Sunday In the meath.1
tpung People Vesper Service IS*
o.m.
VTedneaday. Holy Communion 1:20 0 a
Choir Bahaaraal 7:30 am.
A House of Prayer for til people
cocou
Cbarrh el St Andrew
The Rev Richard McDonald.
Reticent Minister.
Holy t'oouauuiun 1:80 a.m
Sunday School 1:20 am
Morning Prayer and Sermon 10:41 a.m.
Women* Auxiliary 2nd Tuesday* at
7:30 p.m.
Altar Guild. 4th Tuetdiyi at 7:48 pm
COBOZAI
(ioed Shepkaed
rhe Van. A F. Nightengale
1:00 aJn. Every Friday: Morning Pray
(H.C lit Friday.)
QAJeWOA
Bl Slmea. Charch
Bev Lemuel B. Shirley, FrleM
' Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment I Lux building. 84th Street
Panam Monday: Lectura* and Dis-
cussions 141 om
charca Jete Chrkn oi Carter I.,
alais (Mecate*)) Balsea Ct
Sunday School ISO am
Servlcm 10:30 a.m
At JWB Armed Force* Service Cent*
op Ls Boca Road.
Evening Service at I p.m at a alaea
af meet in announced at morning ser-
vice.
Sievenson Shortly To Bare
Details Of His Illinois Fund
SPRINGFIELD, III., Sept. 27.1 to enter government service
lUfj(iov. Acilai si. bteven- irom pnvattj employment. He
sou promised toaay to reveal laaia hi never haa miae secret
Miomy the lull details or his of the luna.
piivant lund lor Illinois state Dwignt u. Elsenhower, chal-
appomtees and declared thai 1 lenginK any political mori-
CHUBCH OF CafaUSl
0*41 Balboa Road, Balboa
W Harland Dllbtck. Evtngellai
Teletrhoni 1-30*2
SUNDAY SBRVICBS
Bible Claim lot ail a as .... i0:0v. am
Preaehlnf and Communion ... 10:4 a.m
Preaching and Communion ... IDS om
lllDWEER SEHVICBB
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7D0 pm
Ladles Bible Clam Thursday 1:48 ora
CHURCH Ot CHRISTOld CtmltbaJ
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Han
11 front of the Clubhouee
Morning Wait
41 am
Holy Conununioo
Sunday School ............
Youth OraanlaatJeni I Ot A
Evening Prayer A Blbble
and A 4th Sunday ...........
Women't Auxiliary ........
2nd and 4th Thursday.
10JO am
.': -
ISO pm
JS0 em
LA BOCA
St. Pataca Cherch
Rev Lemuel B Shirley Prim'
a m Holy Communion
1 a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon
IB a.m.-Mornln* rra y a and Church
School.
5 pmHoly Baptism
ISO pov-Vmper* and airman
Comraunlan Tutaday* and Thuradays.
7 a.m. Widnmday and Fridays I a.m :
Glrli Friendly I and 7 pm Honda*. I
p.m. Tuesday: Vaspar nightly at t. a*
cept Saturday Compline IS pm.
Sunday ici
/ :00 p.i
BAJUTA
Strata Chapel,
la HoapluT.
U. A. Caokaoa
al I ajn. Evening Prayer
Charch al Taw Hat* Ceaafattm
Th* Vatt. A. F. Nlahtenealt
Every Msndap SS< lav Italy Com-
munion ,
PARASO
Rev. D. A. Oaborne
!:00 t.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
:30 am Sunday School
5.30 pm BvtsUBg Prayer tnd and *th
iunday 1.
Monday: ID* pm. Youth Meeting
Wednesday: ISO em Glrhr Friendly
iociety ^
ED TAME
St, Jim*' Charch
Rev. D. A. Otberae and
Re*. C A. CragwaB
K t.
ST.
'ANAMA Ufl
PAUL'S CHUBI
MJtE.
Gatun, aai Lock*
Ran Francis Lvnch
CM
Paitoi
Sunday Mam 4 46 a.m
Weekday Masses Turn Fit DO am
Holy Day Mass, IDO a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novan aarvtee -
Frl. 7:18 p.m
Ccniemlm Sat. 1:13 at IDO pm
1st Sat Devotion ever* 1st Sat aftet
Pastor
THE PACIFIC SIDE
BALBOA
The Rev Alexandei H Shaw
Balboa Id. at San Pablo St
Phona 2-1488Church Office 2-22M
30 Church School Free bus service.
It SO Worahlp Service. Junior Church,
Primary Story Hour Ctmrch-tlme Nur-
3:00 Chi Rno-Senlor HI Fellowship
DO Pott HI Fellowship
GAMBOA
AD servlcm at th* Gamboa Union
Charch. comer of Gallltrd Highway and
Sibart Avenue
Th* Rev. Raymond A Gray. Minina
Phone 8-130
30 Sunday School.
11:30 Morning Worship
PEDRO MIGUEL
Rev. Raymond A Gray as Stated Pas-
t*rkl Supply
:30 Sunday School
TSB V.
Lutheran
aUUIti.MaJt ..CIHAJtAN CHURCH
Th* Charch al the Latkaran Hoar
a T. Bernthal Pastor
SU Bal 00* Bead. Balboa
Sunday School Ad] Bill. Clam a am
Warship service 10:18 am.. "Coma Thou
With fjt tnd We Will Do Tbee Good A
arlancUv welcome waits all visitor* Pot-
lueat uassar second Sunday eeeb month
8:88 pm. game' night, fourth Sunday
741 p.m The Service Center open P/ed
nttday through Sanday extends a onr
dlat arelenm* ' n mlltars- tarsnnnet
ATLANTIC SID*
Sunday School at Marg_
rtu Haapiul bulldlni ever Sunday it
4 pm. with the Rev H T Semthel of
*ib2lin *"
Holy rtmminil 111 nil aa mimated th*
*2 Bktndav of every month
The oubltc is cordially Invited
AOLI AMiL CHUBCH
MargarlU. C.Z.
Putut Rev William J. Finn. CM
Sunday Mase**. IS8 A * tm
Holy Day Mam. 8D0 am
Miraculous Madal Novena eervtc*
7:00 pm.
Instruction tot adults Frl 1:00 p
Confession. Sat 4:00. 3:80 A 7D to
3D om
Bl. JOSEPH CMUNCR
Colon, lOtn < Broadway
Putnr, Rev J Rjrvmond Maohtte. CM
Amlitant Hev Robert Vlgnola. CM
Sunday Manas. 3:45 A 8:00 am
Weekday Mam, 5:49 am
Holy Day Mamas, 1:49 A IDO am
1st m Masses, 8:49 A 9:00 am
Communion. I am
Baptisms-Sun.. 4:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novan
Wed at 8:15 A 7:00 pm.
Novan* of the Sacred Heart Frl 708
am.'
Confession Sal. IDO IDO om A
I::0 to 1:00 p.u.
Sunday School. 1:00 pm.
DI*Ciimlon Club Youm ma ot Pariah
Sun IDO pm
Instruction tor adults eecklng Know-
ledge of the Catholic Church Mon. A
Thurs at 7:13 pm
1st Bat DevnUon every 1st. Sat after
Ham ____
1 ViNCENTB CHUBCH.
Silver City. C*.
Pastor Rev Raymond L*wU C.M
Sunday Masses. S 49 A t 80 om
Weekdav Maaa |D0 am
Holy Day Massm ISO A I St em
Sunday School II DO am
Miraculous Made' Novena sarvtci
rum 7:0V am
Baptism. Sun 4:80 tn
Confession. Sat 1:30 IDO am A 7 Dti
to ISO pm
Instruction, lot adulta, rum A Fit.
ISO pm
lat Sat Devotion every tat Set attar
Nifitleogaia, HO).
tnd The Bev. Bits Reginald At wall
Venerable Archdeacon
CHRIS1 CHUBCB~ BY-THE-SEA
Iprscapal
Coln. B d* P.
(Opposite Hotel Waihlnfton)
The Bev. Malnert J Petarse* Reefer
8O0 a.m. Holy Communion Fr. WaL
dock.
8:00 t.m. Choral Eucharlit and Sermon
Fr. Cookaon
10S8 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Eventong and Sermon by
Rev. C. W. Have*.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 a.m Holy CommunionTr. Cook
ton.
7:30 pm. Evensong and AddreaaRev.
C W Hayes.
FRIDAYS
1:00 am. Children's Eucharlit Fr.
Wtldock
I 00 p.m Cbolr rehearsal.
SATURDAYS
7S0 pm Complin* and Meditation.
T MAB1 THE VIRGIN
Silver City, C.Z.
H*d Arnold C. Waldock.
Prl eat-In-charge
T. GEOBOE'S CHUBCH
Gatun, C. Z.
ReVd Arnold C Waldock.
Primt-ln-charga
RIO ABAJO
St Chrtttapher'a Charch
18 St. Paraae Lefevrt
Re*. David A. Oaberne. Prlaat
Holy Communlor......... 138
Sunday School ........... 10 X
Baptisms I to I o m Brad A Mb
tvenuia Prayer-Bible Study
lit and Ird Sundayt
Woman Auxiliary AMI A life
7:80 pm
Hnlv Crnnmtmton
SMS
ortanlp II
Visitor* welcome
Ladle* Bible Study at Oatun
Phone J3etun 414 a* Ft Oullck 188
CUBUNDU PBOTKB1ANT
COMMUNITY CHUBCH
Chaplain William H Blak
Sunday School................
Morning Warship............... I1DI
Young Peoplt's Service ......... 1:41
Evening Worship ............... 7 DO
Prayer Meeting Thunday ....... ID!
Choir Practica. Wednesday at
IDO pm. and Saturday 1:30 am
OLD CAraMMJt CHUBCH
St Baahael The Arckaagel
13th St Watt No 1
Roly Buchar 1st: Sunday tt ISO am
Tuesdays Wtdntndtr and Thursdav
4S0 am
Sacrament ot Unction I Healing bar-
vice) Flrat Sunday of each month 11
ISO om
Meant HaUbeti Chratna Chareh
Panam R.P
Rt Rev T Jtmm. D D Blabop
Mornlni devotloi
Holy Communion 1. .........
rellowthlp WorMtro at ......
Sunday School it............
Jlvlne Service at ...........
Sermon at .......,.........,
Holy Communion al .........
Mondaya Boll ea*J and orty-
jt meetlna *i...........
Wedneadayt EvinielurUc Ser-
vMsatat.......TTT........
Frldtyi. Litany, fatting and
Sarmor from .............
!:00 am
:30 am
isa
1:20 pm.
:20 p.m
1:80 o.m
ISO tut.
ISO M
IMpm.
lie never will "be bought by any
group of Industrialists."
Tne Democratic presidential
candidate announced he will is
sue r statement today or to-
morrow listing the donors and
recipients of the fund.
in a speech at the courthouse
in Evansvllle, Ind., Stevenson
said yesterday that "no labor
bosses will ever boss me...and
I shall never be bossed bv any
group of Industrialists either."
He spoke against background
chanta of "I Like Ike."
Stevenson was bombarded by
Republican demands for an ac-
counting of his fund after Sen.
Richard M. Nixon, the OOP vice
Rresidential nominee, explained
ls $18.235 political expense
fund furnished by wealthy
Callfomians.
The Democratic nominee did
not mention Nixon In his
Evansvllle ipeech but leveled
heavy guns at Sen. Robert A.
TRft.
He drew big cheer from
InuMstriai workeis in the au-
dience when he declared he
didn't want the Ohioan "writ-
ing our labor laws or conduct-
ing our foreign policy."
Stevenson attacked Republi-
can claims that the ederal
uudget can be cut by $10,000,-
uoo.uoo next year and said the
only way this could be accomp-
lished would be by cutting down
on defense.
But he warned voters they
can t expect "to buy peace In a miT\niav'
BAHA'I CENTER
Lux Building
84th Btr**t Panam City
Public meetings and dltcumloni every
8th A Front Street, Colon
lUpatatr American Barsari
Public meeting ever* Monday at 7SI
p.m.. Study ctate* every Thunday at
Sunday afternoon at 4:38 pm
BAHA'I CENTER
7:30 o.m All are cordially invited.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Sunday 11 00 am Flrat A Third Wed-
SEVENTH-DAY-
Weekl* ereloaa in all Chia-chaa,
ti follow:
Saturday Sabbat School drdo tm.
Divin* wurihJp U:ta\am Youth i Masvt-
Ing I:Nm
undayBible laarltsre ISO nan, Wed-
nesday- Bible Studs and Prayer Ser-
vice 740 p.m.
Pacific Side Paaaml A Balbaa
Engllah C'hurchm B T Rankin. Ola.
crict Pattor
Churchm. Cab* vasd*. Ave J. F. ale
a Orna; Jamaica Society Hall: Cberrillo:
Rio Abajct Pueblo Nuevo, Balboa Chapel
- 0844 Javilan Rd Balboa (Saturday
Meetings only).
Panam Spanish Church i. R Caav
taftn, Pastor; Calla Datitn.
Gamboa an Frllolm A. A. GrlxU*.
Patatar.
AltaaHc SMe
English Church S f Clarke. Ola-
crict Pattor.
Churchm Coito Enfilar, Third Street;
Cristobal English. 181b St A Bolivar
Ave.: Cristobal Spanish 14th St A Bo-
livar Are
bargain basement.
Tne nominee also lashed out
at OOP "crepehangers" who
preach a doctrine of "fumble,
stumble and fall." He referred
to the f reque nt "fumble"
charges of his OOP foe, Dwlght
D. Eisenhower.
Before leaving 8pringfield,
Stevenson told newsmen he
would make public the details
of his fund In a statement, al-
though he might also refer to
It later in a speech.
Ho aid there were "eight
or nine" state official* who
received money from the fund
and that he contacted all of
them ThBrsdav night to dis-
cuss making It public.
He said he ais* talked to
tome of the donors, hut that
there ware so many of them
he was having difficulty
reaching all.
gage' on tne traditionally solid
oouth, meunwniie wnistie-stop-
ptu tnrough Norm Carolina and
Virginia.
he Republican presiden-
tial canaiuate, obvioaiiy
pleated by his reception, told
snouting thousands in
Charlottee, N. C, that any
debt the former Confedralo
sutes owed the Democratic
farty baa been wiped oat.
They roared agreement wnen
Eisemiower aaia ne aia not con-
sider his second southern cam-
paign a "waste ot time."
Wnistling, cneering southern-
ers yelled Pour It on, Ike" as
he also belabored Truman ad-
ministration spending, taxation,
and 'scandals of the kind that
make us hang our heads in
name.v
Throughout the area he
wooed tne states' rlghts-oon-
clous voten by lambasting
nit.easing centralisation oi
power in Washington" and
ny Insisting that each state,
tuunt'v Ana precinct is "own-
ed by the people therein" and
not by "bureaucrats" In Wash-
ington.
In Memorial Stadium
deficits that cheapen our mo-
ney, scandals In our tax collect-
ing and other' bureaus of gov-
ernment, scandals of .the kind
that make us hang our heads
In shame."
Former Ancon Doc
Returning Monday
Dr. Jack I- Smith, who servet
as physician at the Ancon Die
penaary in 1950 and 1.51. U rkt
turning to the Canal Zone nett
Monday aboard the Pw:.ami
Line ship.
He will be assigned to tht
out-patient service at Gorgai
Hospital.
8fnce his departure from thi
Canal Zone, Smith has beei
practicing In Ohio.
ONLY ONE AUTHORITY
"Thy Word is a lamp anto my feet and a light anto my path."
Psalm 110:10s
The foundation of a strong na- church membership. One is no.
Mon is religious-civic righteous- born a Christian naturally, but
ness derived from the word of "ye must be born again," spirit-
Ood, Baptists count It a prlvi- ually. (John 3:3). In the New
lege to stand with others who Testament baptism was nevei
.sincerely desire* free nations to administered except as part 01
i be strong and godly through the the following order: hear tru
rsti.,w. w,nhn.,.r asttent UM of Hta Word- There *re 've Word of Ood, belltwe it, be bap-
ai Bim nftion ^r "S: !dlstlnctlv B,Pl'8t tneU dis- tlzed. No exceptlorto thU ordS
ed the adrnlnlstiauonJ in tinctlve In that Baptists are the can be found in the Scripture.
!i.w0n ^i-t^6 .-! ii i,hw2:on'y *?<**? accepting all five. Fifth. Separation of church;
with a 3-inch piece of whit*, ^^ tge competeriCy of the and state. Religious liberty In tM
pine board costing 15 cents in,,n(UvWua, ,oul t0 do buiJneM American colonies toward the
IbJP L..... fc with Almighty Ood directly with- end of the 18th century was ae-
To illustrate his speecn, out tne intervention of pastor, cured chiefly by Baptists. Thi
Eisenhower broke off a li-incn preacher. bishop, priest, or ideal of a free church In a "ire.
piece to *how what 15 cents wul;cnurch. -roT there is one Ood. state" ls a fovindatlonal part 01
and one Mediator between Ood the United States constitution
and man, the man Christ Jesus." which wm derived by Thorns*
I Tun. 2:5. Jefferson, who wrote it, fron*
m m a*, mu t Baptist pas tor Elder Trlbble.
Second, the Bible as the ver- BaptUts have been imprisoned
,bn*1Jye1spJr.ecLand inf?lllbe hanged, shot, and ridiculed, bul
Then he broke It again to a
seven-inch size which he said
will cost 15 cents In lour more
years if the present rate of In-
flation continues.
Statmg a "bill of particulars" Word of Ood is the one and only have never shed another's blood
against the administration., Rll-aufflclent rule for faith and ln the propagation of their faith
pr*rl.ff- 1 1, 3:1"j *w nr hve they robbed others of
Third, democracy of the local lheir llberty in so doing,
church as found in the New Tes- The Baptist Churcfi nearest
tament. All members are equal. you lnvltes you to attend Its ser-
The church ls not divided into)Vices
two classes of clergy and laitj Toi other Bible Truths Wrltf:
Eisenhower said at Charlotte:
"It ranges all the way from
their failure to bring peace,
from the dissipation of our
firestige and power abroad, down
hrough extraordinary and ex-
travagant spending, programs,
Georgetown Club
Meets On Monday
All believers are priests. Rev. 1:0;
I Peter 2:5.
Fourth, baptism by immersion!
'for professing believers only.
This makes for res p o n s 1 b I e
Baptist Home Mission Board
181 Spring 8treet, N.W.
Atlanta 3, Georgia.
adv.
All former students of George-:
town University who attended
the oldest Catholic university ln I
the United States at some time
At least three present or for- \or otner ln tnelr eollew careers,
mdr state officials have said
thBy received money from Ste-
venson in the form of "Christ-
mas gifts." The nominee earlier
said he chose this method to
pass out the money.
The latest to report receiving
lit were Fred K. Hoehler,
state welfare director, and J,
Are Invited to attend the regular
monthly business meeting to be
held at No. 11, Avenida Manuel
Jose Hurtado, La Cresta. Mon-
day at 8 p.m.
To date former students of the
College, the Graduate School, the
Schools of Foreign Service, Law.'
Edward D*y. state Insurance Medicine, Arts and Sciences and
Jewish
Jewnn waliar Meara, Bids laU-X, La
RabM
Boca Bead. Balboa
WiUUB Bireetor.
C.Z
Hathan
Servlcm on Priuay. I do amu
(See also listing* ei Jtwlsh .
dar Posta Base* and stations 1
Coasreaatloa Rol Sheanto Israel. Are
nlda Cuba and Mtn Stress. Bail* Vina
"City. RabM Harry A Marfald
Service an Prlea* I as
director. Hoehler reveRled Ste-
venson plans to use his case as
an example in explaining the
fund.
As Stevenson toured an In-
ternational Harvester Co. plant
Dentistry, have been represented.
The Club, Is open to membership
for anyone who attended any
Georgetown institution, regard-
less of graduation.
Further details are available
num. 3-3212.
the nominee heard workmen from Secretary Paul Plfta, at Pa- |
shout, "Protect your pay with
Adlal." and "I like Ike."
"I do too," Stevenson grinned.
The Democratic standard-
boarer earlier had defended his
fund on the grounds that he
wanted to ease the financial
Scientists have discovered |
that water fluorldatlon has
caused a 47 per cent decrease
ln tooth decay among children
ln cities where this method ls
burden of key men he persuaded employed in the water supply.
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PAciPit sroB
It's Movietime TONIGHT!
Panama Cana/ cJheaters
fa.
.........
8:18
1830
1 em
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SLIrntt CHURUHa
Pint Church ol Chrlat Sctantlat An*
5*8 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00. Wednesday Sail nan
Sunday School JO am
r trsi casarca ot chrrst. auanttst. i
13th Street A Bolivar High
'Sin
Sunday 11:10 am vf) _
Sunday School 110 am
Chrttttaa Sctenee Seel*ty, Oamhti
Civic Center BulMInt
Sunday 11:08 am. Pint A Third Wed-
-lav < So r m
Sundly School 1:80 in
OUB LAOy ot GOOD COUNSBL
Gamboa. C.Z
Paste Hev .'haras Jacoos C.H
Snrrdey Maaam. 1 A ISO tm
Weehday Masse, 4 JO am
Hoiv Day Masses 848 A 8 JO am
Miraculmas M*da< Novena servio* -
rum IB om
' Sacred Heart Woven* vnm Prt lam
ojn
ContaaHont Bat 1M pm
lat Sat. Devotion, every 1st Set after
Mas*
Salvation Army
Panama City. Call* 18 at* ratea
enricea at if am and 7 M *m (Hal
or Wliaon); Sunday School at I ga
U Boca: Smtiiasi at u am and lm
*" JHf1*' Jahaal at 1:8a om
c&w^sr**7* -"-*
Sm ma t
:: am IISIlA
Sunday Srhttl at......,. SI
Colon. 3rd Street
II tm A 14
sse
BUvw CMb
at ..............
Stavoe a._____.
PORT AMADOR
Sunday Xar.ooi
U. S. HOVrPAL
W?MWtt** ............... ,M
..MSEJ2I wnnrP ............... 3:8
ALBBOOK AiB OBCfc BASB
Blbl* Vboo: ................. 830
Marti Ina Worabia .............. 11:45
Youth Oroup .................. 4:00
O. A NAVAC TATIOM. RODMAN
Morning Wort*,* ....... ....... 18
Pretaetant SunCtjf School ...... OS
lat* NAVAL DtSTRICT
Heroin Wcsrahir ............. OI
rsRagf
FORT AMADOR
pall Mam ................... 7:30
Sunday Mam ................... 1:80
POHi ci^tViOh
Dairy Maaa ................... im
{T-ThoSRtaI................. tm
^tseirV sTf *^*** tll*t4llltlllll 1*4S
wSSftom? ..................."*
Daily Haa. .................. 1M
Sunday Haste ...... IMaod 8:88
ALRROOK AIB PORCE BASB
Dally Mam ..................... tAS
Sundav Maaa** 7 OS /: and 1148
OS. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday ataae ..... ............ IB
PORT CLAVTOh
iSmSH uM pciBci bsb **
Saturday ....................... in
JWB Balboa, c Z.
Wday ..................... 73
ATLATsTK IDS
DIABLO HTS.
1:11 A I 15
Victor MATURE a Jane RUSSELL
"THE LAS VEGAS STORY
Sunday "SONS OF THE MUSKETEERS
COCOLI
1:18 A 1:11
Burt LANCASTER a Jody LAWRENCE
"TEN TALL MEN" (Uchnicolor)
Sunday "LOVELY TO LOOK AT"
PEDRO MIGUEL
7:88
Coraeld WILDE a) Maureen O'HARA
'SONS of the MUSKETEERS"
(Technicolor) Buaaay "MACAO
Air-Condnioncd
4:30 6:30 8:35
BALBOA
METRE JUMPING WfJH JC/T.^

PORT OAVI
StTSSbSr**Urri"
Sunday School.............
Morning Vnce
PORT SHERMAN
Sunday Behool ................. IN
Morning Worship ............... 1841
30CO SOLO NAVAt STATION
5rott^^sjfsWTi;-.::;:; ,!S
ParajJpBar
CasiaHe
IJIam
PORT OAVt
Dally Mam .....................
SuBday Mam ...................
POBT dUl.lCB
Sunday Mam ...................
PORT HERMAN
CrSS< >U HA v i ST ATOM'
2"P nJnm .....................
Sunday Mum
Naval Hcapltal
PORT GUUCB
7:38
13:38
11:88
8:U
1:18
*
18:18
John PAYNE a, Arlen* WHELAN
"HIGH VENTURE" (Technicolor)
laalay TOBY OP WILL ROGERS
GATUN Jaaanh COTTEM p Corinn* CALVET
o *U n ^PEKING EXPRESS"
e Sawday "PHONE CALL PROM A STRANGER
AAABGABITA **7 MHXAND H*l*na CARTER
^T* .* "BUGLES IN THE AFTERNOON
________________ iTaelsni(em'i Snaday ~T3 Las Taan* Stoey
CRISTOBAL
Atr-Cia tirliaid
ill A 3:11
Clifton WEBB Glnanr ROGERS
"DREAMBOAT"
Ala* Snowing Sunday Monday!
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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]
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anor who n the money stay
ee smntlevIs a lner det be impa~nit s It e te*At apper e ois ot .e eO
aw eay. hatemes pullbed in the wader Meshled. R l this bl fteaal of the
7m"ase tr aV p the leer limited te ne e pOf ge s the. sto a oon o0n de,
p deain .e tor k & q water kb*sisnwe a liv kte st eac ofe n a. rteeoally a
M aes see Ip rpema oseenthe osr Mal tenstpoaIseea a tieon borto inareei N
SAy a Stun S sreede p .oeits poitical budget "to keep t5-
s eec te leislatom on the Job."
o This friend et Gov. Steven-
RENT HIKESson is the sMe l 1. Gee g
asNT eES grrIn lItal halrd
vce-%deMebte IN AL elnd
r* th ii em Mi tl Mallema.
WuiIOS'3 *66I9 .cmltleu...
These ploderate rent raises have hit the boys between the an the newly anmened IA6-
her Coamlltee 1010 0Ate.ba
Real moderate. Mine for example. I moved into my quar- and Sa,.
tfts live years ago. I paid $32.00. They raised it soon after to a.e ie ti AitLs
$6.0. and now the moderate raise ups it to $72,00. That's a- sjael a .'p oll lll e-
bout -1 per cent in five years. a Direction." A lnmch he I -
S Als the food prices are supposed to come down. Meat Is a see lm d uetaol *to*
a next week. I know. I saw the advance list. My side- th e- -A A man co, ais .
stat went from $32 to $50, and another guy's from $28 to Mi*$DL 15b. 35
$W. Moderate? What language Ia that? In that ?IgnnilnI report
Why do we havp to take this without any recourse? wov- shich this wrier bbs seen n
-a Vewcamer said no rent increases and Governor Beybold whien has been in the headquar- VIO
tid no rtzt Inerease on houses that are scheduled to come down. Lers of the AFL's Labor LUUthe
Were they kidding us? What's the idea of raising rent on t For Political edu ation for ort ot 3"
Sck that tis alling down? The Army at least reduced rents an three yearfn oy" itblunt-!
some of their shacks. at mete friendly h
Is this what comes of having a Board of Directors who have where tewn neaelad aL
-members connected with steamship comimpanlt? I say to hell peto mon1 it o isp" .P sa S i-f
w i t I1l .th e 0L b11 ih e l )? t ,e
And the local raters get no rent increase. Who Is paying hinds.
Glo thtirst ho their quarters loan? The U. S. ratera, who else. Hatrison, who ea e down to
St y sh ul d I pa for their rent. And W the polcyv makersthe Al L council T eslon after a
LA"gt ng ahead buldIng more quarters for lYMa raters. om fere12c dent l
..liai the hell ia going on? sudy ta e sll b-

: t Nixon Money
s ttewonder the rent Increase ukt deep dark M O
a iB sBt that very like Iron rtln mont1y o? 0nt ol -, + ?u : o o5
*IMM month ly won" DEtIVERY t to '**MOM! ly Pon 1400
ow the world these barn-like ctu swith their gallant be d who have been
S by fout end insets of all kinds can be COmP&Mi Mat.
har -a we left In the States Is beyond mY oComrnM1UI. 1 mooe rSearrisoft's r wSrIint WASQoTON- ( -4 t. year ago, n- port that in 1951.. f11000 woreh
Almost every inducement used by S ts nthe I$t to there were men at ul aMorse of ~ dae in h otl ts I
tqumamed personnel, and that means that wives must be could not serve the pdubl et _auetotl in.* bei e by ..OlulI toa
t. has been broken, which shield be roun for low salarietl a by the govern- f1lt t In-tbe1117)ob at n bFfr toto.
Mine sort of action on the part of the employes if they a W ent. He to fawae eut t would"been ftl r
"etain any oftheir self respect. rt he a hee aW ot wtil Od to rWUA
pa$ *4 a day. -01w a DU1
an employe'sa wife and I recent ev am the a t we low f o th hnaa Upp .metoh *
pay no for these quarters we live In tWo esot of from onniat oreflet" -vte barrament, and the 016A to h 4munt
e privacy, the dust which cant be closed eot by closiln wi Merted Si hiasr r
dow" and the 0terl battle for master y o the tbit4 +a. the 0i oseell.a siublican vu-oeidai. a
I resent the hti presIin the Commissary as ampaed sence it they 1tf in WaNixon i today th vi 0 I'th
with Army Bales Stores here and prive lists ww often get fromin oas their sericee g lngreveal that he rath
The 81ite.. 0. ebift wet having a cholee of brands to choose The"wascould hive den
As frianf wone: "People in the Canal Zone who thiltk 10 tnt ( it.A


o 'WFels, the Board has had another meetit andh we l* ot ,h to, o p- e.i

to me It' about time we took some step. to wake the tlb a ae 1 r t smrnaMe, at .
SO d up to the feat that they can't run this outfit without us. lit Ul W116ethere I o.+orter I he1. fi.


shold he g to getsomeinvetigatorsa dwofromam borderr
.ti to fnlad out wa t'se going -nR MDe date of the e .....
Peitf sI we mtigh even some hmoderaten changes nt u pel el er h sawumt s woon
St aS Aon o l te o --Iaa.oul hd tf U of his
BMW"twe abtoutttew toastm e stepo0t wto ehet th beI llwn could .o

i um thle lmactt heac nthei oufit wa al Mr tiet had eIn 1951. Sen Rich In et disclosing thes o
=4tocis mean th e headhtheanlinl e am te Caboutlly e oourt- -leers he* emowixon odAve to i ctNixoeohis Ol Itewen to coOos chean.
91 i thueein oat of the Sep. ba5 l alnat Thoericn au eM ndr*naN t=olhae-d -
mn ofthe antawemaCan&gal Co. to find out why the tolla enP er '
a met ialed inead of taking every cent of paiy away nMM f rm ea b -o
el by r alsb rents and commisaly prices so they hate W uI Io.




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IfU&n Ship Marco Polo Canal tomorrow en route to New,
Lnoa 52 Passengers Here Orleans vith the bananas. Fen-
The 8,949 Italian Line passen- ton and Company are local
Wer ship Marco Polo arriv.'d in agents.
alboa yesterday with 52 landing
punngers. KLM Stewardesses
She is bound for Italy from the Care For Animal Passengen
West Coast of South America The special stewards employed
by KLM the world's oldest air-,
Odvar II line, to look after animal passen-
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The Panama-registered Oddvar brella ants to elephants, have
J is loading scrap iron at Dock discovered that the elephants en-
16 |In alboa. ,. trusted to their care are quiet
The 1,900-ton freighter arrived and well-behaved passengers atj
here from Puerto Armuelles and high altitudes........as loig as
Is headed for Tampico. Mexico. they are accompanied by a hen.
SFtbmi and Company are local The hen which wanders around
Ngents. in the flying zoo, sits down on
the elephant's back from time to
eldda Maersk Brings time or makes an extra flight on
I Leeal Passengers its trunk. They seem to get on so
The Maersk Line ship Hulda well together that the steward
Miaehtk arrived early this morn- has not the slightest trouble with
iag from Los Angeles and the this bulky charge.
Par East with seven landing pas-
aengers. Occasionally, too, the hen lays;
The ship will also discharge a an egg en route!
Mineral Far East cargo in Cristo-I Since this surprising discovery
bal before she resumes her jour- was made, elephants in transit
Tiev to New York. are now provided with a double
Fenton and Company are local room in KLM's "Animal Hotel"
ag. nts. ,at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam.,
t didard fruit Company Ship In KLM circles, the hen that t
atBallo Tomorrow looks after the elephants is now
The 2,000-ton Gatun of the referred to as "Elephant Girl."
Btaedard Fruit Company is due So Tar, the "Flying Dutchman"
to arrive at Balboa at 8 p.m. have transported 16 elephants a-
ronom Guayaquil with a cargo of cross the Atlantic Ocean to
30;000 stems of bananas. America.
After taking bunkers and wa-'
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BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST-
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M.V. "SAMANCO".................................e. .
M.V. "SARMIENTO"..............................O.. t
M.V. "REINA DEL PACICTO".....................O
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HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA
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M.V. "REINA DEL yACIFiO"* (S,W Tons) ..... .t. Nov
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVIRRY"................ .......... Oct.
8.8. "KENV'A"................. ...............Oct. i
ROYAL MAN. LINES LTD./HOLLANOD AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "DALERDYE"............... ..................Oct. 6
S.S. "LOCH GART "..............................Oct. 6
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.S. "DARRO".............. .................. ept. 28
8.8. "LOCH AN ................................ Oct. 3
8.8. "DIEMERDYK".................. .......... Oct. 9
NOTE:-"N-am- for third elss seccommodeatio to Kingston and Havana
per M.V. "aINA DEL PACMICO" 2ftd Noveber will be
take S: *n.m. on the 2 dt Otber.". .
All ashlbn 86tbJect to Cbanre Without NOte.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Criltobal TeL 1654/$
FORD CO. IN PANAMA-Ave. Peri #5j. TeL. S3-I t/
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*4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. ana

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE
Hubehuold
FOR SALE -Westinghoute refriger-
tor., 7 cu. ft One G E oscillating
tan. 15 i, House 545-D, Cocoli
Phone 4-280, before Sept. 29.
FOR SALE. --Gas Stove -Prosperity"
foul burners. oven, storage draw-
ers Good working order. $4000
Col! Panoma 3-2515.
FOR SALE - 25 cycle 8 foot. Fri-
gdoaire. 3ll. porcelain. Excellent
condition $100 00. R 12A Rous-
seau Telephone Navy 3145 _
FOR Aksi----Westinhouse refriger-
ab,. esceltnt shape. House 891.
X. Phone Belbee 2831 after 4:30

FO RSALE -6 piece Rattan. living-
roorr set. htdewav bed $25. Desk
$25, camphor chest $15. 4 bam-
boo chairs $50. G E. washing ma-
chine $115. Dresser $45 rugs.
M.sc items. House 216-A. Darien
Place Fishbowl. Ancon.
FOR SALE -Furniture almost new. 3
piece livingroom set $165 00; din-
ing table $6000. vaniry co e.
$80 00, China closet $1 5 00. Roy
Nurse 7035 Apt. 17. 8th St. Co-
lon.
FOR SALE.-Westinghouse 9 ft. re-
frigerator. Apex washing machine
2 iron double beds. Gun locker.
Wash tub cover. Kitchen cabinet
716, El Prado. Bolboo. Tel. 2-
3707.
FOR SALE.-Big gas stove. Ave. B.
No. 23.
FOR SALE-Thor washing mach.ne.
Frigidaire, 7 cu. ft.; Wetsinghchuse
9 cu. ft., oiall 25 cycle; Simmons
S maroon davenport-bed, 29 x 12
wool pile rugs: maroon, 2 small,
'" wood rugs; mople platform roc..er.
Innerspring mattress and coil
spring, double bed size; Twin bed
complete; 2 single martresses and
springs; Dinefte with '4 chairs.
Mirrors., 36" venetian blinds,
Wardrobe trunk; Electric clocks;
Electric mixer; choirs; chests;
what-nots; lamps; Dishes; Fiesta;
MA sc. articles. Leovlng. 721-A,
Praldo, Balboa. 2- 1695.


FOR SALE:-Frigldalre Refrigerator.
60 cycle. 9 piece dinlngtroom set.
New Crlstobol. 7th St. House 13.


FOR SALE.--1951 Norge refriger-
otor, II cubic foot, 25 cycle, 4
year guarantee remaining on mo-
for. Fish aquarium with reflector,
a!uminum frame, 15 gallon. All
day Sunday. Hiram Overall. 5330-
A, Davis Street. Diablo, Canal
Zone. -Phone 2-2567.


,.-FOR SALE -One desk with chair.
used. 2 Permanent set, used. Jose
Gabriel Duque No. 2.
FOR SALE--8 venetian blinds, 54
by 35, $25 00; one 9 by 13 fiber
rug. 2 nine foot bamboo screens. I
small folding screen, small bcok-
case, excellent condition. Phone
Bolboa. 2-3173.
The two heaviest atoms,
berkelumn 245 and californium
246 were artificially produced
r. a laboratory.


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*3 Lottery PIan Pbll 1 64103
POW lll~a 4 .46m


FOR SALE
Automobile
Service Personnel and Civilian
Gremment EmploM
Imist an
Government Employe Finance Co.
When you finance youw new
as med cat.
AGENCY DIHLINW R
No. 4 Aetemeile Ret
Phae 8-4984 -4985
FOR SALE:--Usd tires. passenger
& commercial at Agencias Cosmos.
on Automobile Row No. 29. tele-
phone Panama 2.4721.
FOR SALE:-Like new 1950 Buick
Riviera, bought January 1951.
Less than 15.000 miles Perfect
with many extras small down
payment. Price $1.875, consider
trade 82-B. Coco Solito
FOR SALE:-Chevrolet 4-door Sedan
195; De Luxe Power Glide. 5600
miles. Call Panama 3-2515.
FOR SALE:-Ford 1951,. 4 door se-
dan, may be financed. Dial Gam-
boa 6-169.
FOR SALE -
Ford Sedon 1948 $75000
Packard Sedan 1949 87500
Ford Station Wagon 1948.
radio, new upholstery, new
tires, $750.00
Chevrolet Panel 1942. 1-2 ton $275
International Truck I ton.
Elsenman Used Cars., Peru Ave. No
8. Tel. 2-4516.
FOR SALE:-1938 ,/4 ton Chevrolet
canopy, neow tires, very good con-
dition Excellent for farm or bhunt-
ing Phone Cristobol 3-1571.


FOR SALE-1938 LASALLE Coupe
poor condition, reasonable offer
buys it. Phone Curundu 6140.
Mike Dew
FOR SALE-1951 Mercury Sedop 4
door, over drive and undercoated.
$1.900, 1940 Mercury 4 door,
$275 00. House 0260-C, Gomboo.
Tel. 6-219.
FOR SALE:--Plymouth 19M4 4 door.
good condition. Pueblo Nuevo, 2nd
Street. House No. 4417.
FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac 4 door
62 series. Bargain *111 accept
1946 Chevrolet Fletlitne or Ford
De Luxe trade-in. HirgM OvqroH.
5330-A, Davis Street, Diablo, Ca-
nal Zonem. Phne 2-1567.


FOR SALJ--ntiK sedanrette 1948.
Holllcrdf radio, Winchester moa-
del 12, Rriniton 721, 30-06.
Phone 2-1471.


FOR SALE:--Pocaid 1942, 4 door
sedan, duty paid. Paralao 103 Apt.
H, $300.00. Tel. 4-261.


LESSONS


COTILLIONS 16th seaoon-A course
of lessons in ballroom dancing and
the social amenities for 'Teen-
Agers, to be given once a week
for 10 consecutive weeks, be-
ginning October at "El Panama"
undet the direction of ,Llona Sears.
formerly on the staff of Arthur
Murray and Fred Astaire Studios
in New York City. For informa-
tion please call Panama 3-1545.

Wanted Position
SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHER, Eng-
lish & Spanish. Liberal salary and
opportunity for advancement to
person with special ability. Write
giving complete experience and
references to P. O0. Box 2007, An-
con, C. Z.


3 DrawJa FMes

ForSeag llOh



Three Panamanians who con-
femsed to stealing a bell and
other boat gear from a U. 8.
Navy Launch, were each sen-
tenced to serve 30 days in Jail,
and pay a S30 fine each in the
Cristobal Magistrate's Court
yesterday afternoon.
The defendants, Thomas Mu-
floz, 24. Cnecenciano Domin.
guez. 23, and Enrique Nielsen,
25. all residents of Limon In
the Republic of Panama, faced
the Judge on a petty larceny
charge reduced from grand lar-
ceny.


The sentence imposed was
the recommendation of District
Attorney Rowland K, Hazard.
The defendants aonfessee to
Cristobal detectives that they
stole a bell and other boat year
worth $62 from a U. S. Navy
launch tied to a buoy in the
Gatun Lake near Port Gullet
on Sept. 12. The amount of the
stolen merchandie was shown
a. ;19.50 in the complaintt for
the purpose of proeecuton.
Only the bell was recovered.
it was found in Lamj garage
In Colon where It had been m d.

Presnt
WASHINGTON COUIT
HOUSE, 0. (UP)-Joseph wu
was worried bee be -e-
leave his hospital bed here toaL
tend Sunday Scboel at the
Dolanl O. MethUast
and ge6s's-mr


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iSS 1 ijtect youa' hosq from
pes.arnbto 9S1 danget of mo"auItdes
Grami - Soao aSd fieas with


room to botlbroan porch,
room. M.e grde with O Imir
and hot water d mnklons.
able ramsmible Ameocan famU p.
For, inform on, Tvoli Ave-. Honm
14, Apt. 13.
FOR ENT


Apartments


ALUAMilA A AR MINTS
Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Crlstobol. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT:-Smoll furnished aperf
meints with complete hotel-servte,
hot and cold water. private both,
telephone service, or 2 rtpS
and balcony at r at uable nmenhI
rates. Hotel R oebmt. Tf.J.
0700.


THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE
AND ONLY $451
A Jungle Jim Jount thru thPe neeam
Canal, to Ceb., 10 Slee, and
Pueste eHel
Lost Tour Of ,The Year
Oct. 3.4-5
(Sponsored by the El Ponama Hotel)
"Pescadora" leaves Pier 17, Balboa.
Friday 6 a. m.
Arrives Colon (Strangers Club) 2:30
p. m.
Leaves Colon 9:30 p. m. for San
Bias and
Puerto Bello. reltrning Colon Sunday
afternoOn.
Leaves Strangers Club. Colon, Mon-
day 6 a. m.
through Cdnpl to BolboO.
Balboa to San Bias, return to Colon
$45.00.
From Colon to Son Bias and return
$40.00.
Thru Canal only (either way) $10.00
Meals catered by Hotel El Panama.
Bring slacks, shorts, bothmg suit.
I flippers and spears for under-
water fishing), light jacket or
sweater, and don't fe Oet your M-
mea and wFells f elet f9lm.
Please make reservations early
through your Travel Agent, or. phone
Jungle Jim at Panama 3-1660.
(This is the lost Son Blis 'our untiJ
next year.- Anyone desiring to
charter "Pescodara" for Sen Bias
tour Guided by Jungle Jim may
do so after Oct. 6th.)
BAIY Ok HIOS corsages, bouquets.
delivered anywhere In UNITES
STATEl also PANAMA and CA-
NAL LONI. Telephone Panama
3-0771. Cristobol 103j3.

FOR SALE
MiAellsneiuMb


WANTED
MbUeeh.tn


Single North Americea gentlemen
with responsible position deirel
small furnished Mparfment In ood
realoerfiaol district. Call 2-0556.
from 8 o.m. to 5 p. m.


WANTED: ,- 4 w ial ir weepons
type carrier trunk, lot 164 Mar-
goriio.


WANTED:-Smaoll furnished apart-
ment in good section, by Amerlcan
coupTl without children. Call Lynn.
Platte .3.1660.


WANTO', To give pretty muie
tten to, someone deiring onea.
Tel phoneblba 2870.


Help Wanted


WANTED.-Mold for general house-
woMk nt cooking. Must sleep In.
WOW._ Call 1-4021 mornings
orjf 6 p. m.
WPWANti: -."Employment for mold.
Well rOEommended. References.
uiVre G. W. Adams, M. D. 2-

WANTEDi .-- Housekeeper, must
speak Engillh. Preferably Jamai-
can. Ta ee ful charge for North-
Amerla Toauple. Best pay if quali-
fie. T 3-3430.

Acca



To b
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*7 orm any, e8pt.
27 (U>P) fit e was ou
today by W Aenrman
leader s61 ge-tata t ecrefty
with RuSe Make petsaeast
the Im Clta division l of
Gerrmamy between East md
Weat. .
ChanoOtK, onrad Adenauer
promptly. afengd the So-
.ialist mftNem to his (Irti-
t Dan ueiraAi government to
supply 4nuaikary proof Of
their aeumct aM.
th e &:C:: tUkat France 'is
carrying -ea behind-t*te-deow
negotlata-W the Sorita to
keep Mmgr permanently
4ivided t two ampl
611e 141D byW Selmert .1
axe!U11fg sod&" W I X a
2Sw electim lsejrm to the
oellast afwdm.
A srilal eB mWas ade
by oSe-Mi Wualsr Int
ScivenUti lipeathL
WOhbereailed that let-e
tar dameaM pr oa the
dUtes hadU bm reetved y
No *Nom AdanmBr. e aM'be
Ma ant doSS wflw o*

dCfl. isto p tamsfm rCe
Wdaerisad: "No Couawt'
InMsflw MfWo 1 I l-am
wt Hpat the wr M In
i t- toMd tee WOi

a aF^.g" um c^^^^ '-.-^Site S


REMOVABLE ALUMINUM
SCREEN FRAMES
Mote theme no ey and week
saving advantaree-
1. 30% to 40% cheaper than
any other screen
t Can be removed or re-
placed In a rew aecods..
8 or 4 pound weight makes
S cleaning a WRitt hour-
keevpin lob.
r. Prame never rusta. rots or
needs Dainthlgr.
I Screen easily replaced at
fraction of usual cost.
i. Admits more air and llght.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Av
Tel. 2-0S4i

MODERN AUNITURE



1 a." do(6kfteW


TrMasport laite. S. A.
Shipping, mo*MIg, torage.
Ws pack and otIat or moa
anything. 'Phone 2-2461,
2-2562, Panema.




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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
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Tel. AO ill
'1_ 1. $=4111

Freedom Crusde
Has Atlantic Side
Business Office


The MoMtc branch of the
Crusade for Frqedom has an of-
flOe tin t Masonic Tea* bulild-

*or who' -w liketo partttpa.
; me eW -Cristobal li5t Mrs.
M Z N Is nthe director of
the AtlaBt. Side Crusade. The
campael YI tVly beghn Nov. 11
through CoM.15. Speakers to Wp-
pear iat~pam and' oigSall-
to n' K mmay be5btaltei
by calltn ta. M. A. Oconmon,
chairman-f, tile speakers' om-
mittee at Utobal 173i.


Atlantic Society...
(Ceatlwiw a lb Pane 'IMWE
Little'Dlbs' aWsted her me-
ther with te party.
Mr. amd i. lToes
Nave fl hartf
To =iSS3 Jhe Lwish New
Year, Mr. aVta e.. Albert th-
rw eutetW A ith an evmsig
of cards at their Colon zulS

Their "gelta were: Mr. awe
Mrs. R&ayln Tohros, 1r.
rtde- AMe; Mr. and Mrs. Aam
Anta, Mrf. ?i "sa. RtiUa A&.-
tit, MUr at Maurulo 4S.
006 Mr. :ea lI- Joe MawIrt ,









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at date .



walees, a Zone.
Athe o maay Mteu
ion I rom the doa
f on Appointment
me Acumy, a
Balboa, Cnal Zone.
ti"All lo-al candidates will be iOr-
en prelimMary physical examin
action at dtrgas Hospital on Ot6
27.
These who.pass the Preli ip.
ary ytical examination wilI
thenbe asked to complete an
plication Crsk and p'epeU tJk
requtd l ftter of application ,
be submitted to the prinIpal
Balboa l School or Cto
High Bhool or the eemn of thI
Canal Ztone Junior College by
Nov. 1.
Candidates who pass the pre-
liminary pyuIal examination
and submit tw required applica-
tion form and letter will be giv-
en local examinations in inter-
mediate algebra, Amerlean listo-
ry English and a paycholoRleal
will be given at Balboa High
School on Nov. 12.
On Nov. 19, successful ePi-t
dates will be Interviewed by the
committee on appointments at
Balboa Helghtsh:
The principal candidate and
three alternates noilnated by
the Oovernor will be required to
take th Military Academiy qUeo-
fying eminatOUM at Fort Cliy-
ton C.Z. begbnItng on March 3.
Candidates must be U.. biti-
zelu and the son of a civilians re-
sident of the Canal Zone, or the
son of civilian personnel of the
United 61tat%85 Ootttrditald-
ing in the Republic of Panama.
Applicants must be not les
than 17 or more than 22 years of
age on July 1,1963.


Inw-AcI COMO

Mr. Br's Ekhhqs
Wi Open To I


three act cWW W ul.
Ml~e
0e0k "mtd'SSM 1il be
presented at the hack,i
CTr I heater,




DiMrtor U la Hart, of Gatun,
Is,.Td ,a aW Robert HaU at

and Motta- ra. Elzbeth w
in charge of etumes.
Roy Fertle has handled the
stUge dest bad construction.
Mrs. AnWMessier Is prompt-
er.
Reed R. Mel vaine, Roy Penle,
RaOy Brr an OGwen Pettitjefn
are handl-b publicity for "Mr.
Barr's Ktchlng."


by Scen Nws.

RussellU M Jone of Diablo was
eoently appointed to a fourth
e acap director, Camp al
SOan on It
anloulced By Q. C. Lockrig,
prdent. Canal Zone OoutlI,
y outa of America.
The 1963 Camp season
pn on July 14. 153. The
tog or the comtig yea
be "The M out Camp whew
shoud be Is at o l Vetca1 T l
Regtltraton mfor the 100I1
earn are being
t the so OmuteO
( .x I Balboa) The
glatue ot tee sliB a* y
*oe can be pMad as a
dea The etaiMMAM
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California aft 3e 0.yams're t-
sidence in Crl mbeaii atdi
Balbo a Brow ttd flr th




holding the btihu of Im o
She h a e a tve
throughout t


Clu Bhe h as been a ader and
nal and ve 8
holding the ighes ofls In in
Eastern S8lrld Ra2i6ow (rork. 10
church worlker.
A professional china painter 3 i
before coming to the Isthmus,
Mrs. Brqwn did a mit*r
paintings in the past sev
years. Her portraits add lfd- t '
escapes, signed' I r e A
seen In manI Ln
inShe ao t oil paV

son and has I t s*
the local lodIges, in lt ..


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FOR RENT:-Now ovilaobre in ex-
clusive resldentil a sie- view,
duplex opartmente. 3 bedrOma
dnin sitting roo, cn
tub both with shower, hot-cbld
watMr connections, garage, uobid
service, laundry tube, oal conve-
nientes. Cel 750 Or f94, house
S0,104, Tenth Street, Colon.


FOk SALE: Fine breed puppies,
very cheap. Six venetian blinds
41 14 x 50. $3.00 each. 9th St.
final, Panama American Settfe-
ment, Vallarino family, Porque Le-
fevre.


FOR SALE: bSby Angel fish 4
months old, also fewsword plants.
House 5748. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Aluminum venetian
blinds, green. Eight 5' x 2' 3".
Eight 4 11" x 3-1". Two 4' 3"
x 3' I". Sixth street Coco del
Mar, Marto Building. Telephone
3-2951, from 4i00 p. m.


FOR SAL:--Pedgreed Cocker Span-
iel Pups. AKC registry. 2 1-2
months old. Phone Pedro Miguef
4-402.
FOR SAi.:--2 Frequency Change.
A-I condition, 1410 and 1280
HP, 3 phase, 25 cycle, 2800 volt
to 1250 KW 937.5 KW. 3
phase, 60 cycle, 490 volt, 300
RPM, Westn Unit with
Starting Equipmn and &enerotlng
Panels. Also 11000 volt, 25 cycle
transformers to 200 volt for use
with above units. For immldlkte
delivery call Electrical Equipment
Co., Inc., Davenport, lowa, U.S.A.
3-8059, for inspection and price.


FOR SALE: 16 Wooden Louvers
29" Wide by 39" High. 2 Sets
Glass Doors for Kitchen and Din-
ingmOM shelves of type 217 4.
fam y uarters. 6 Sets Misc. Glass
House 2475 Ave.,
BlBNee. Phone 2-3245.
FOR SALE:. Dalmarian puppies.
Phone CriMbal 3-1932.
FOR SAL-J.ke new complete *s rk
room equipmet. 16 MM, elex
Movie CnMell with 3 lenses. Pro-
jector. Screen. Titter. Profesae al
8 uarig. Bnjol Mandolin Cese;
$30.00. 5716 Shounts Street.
Apt. D. Dioblo Heights Road is
opposite Diab Camera Club.
Phone 2-495.
POR SAL,:-- A em d and co
Pletely van lml combination
Scheost and wardmbe, just the thing
for a teenager. Tapwiwne 83-
6294 between t.30 e. m. and
5:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Motorolo car radio for
1951 Plymouth. Apply house
24!7-A. Baloa. Canal Zone.
MR SALE:-RecwOritmndt Remirg-
ton -NosWless Typewri~r in A-.I
condition, $75.00. Call Amedr
5117.,

Cathry Jeff.er
Dies IsHapite,;
Fune'l tomorrow
CatMryn JIL eers. a U-year-
old r1esieOt OfI6 AbeJo. died
7Th Vatt 1anto it-
umarn. ll gg f at
Puma]r ban4l v be con-
ftvnth My Qbicurh eat
whiehse wa ASier t2
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MOSCOW, Sept. 27 IUP,-An .Pt 1P0t pqt ftN(W fh trht elkt -k '01 4"-6-
uhprecedented atLack by Pravaa .... ',. .i...i
on U. S. Ambassador ceorge F. rnVENrvT VI, r r PANAMA, 3. P., -,A- ITb-
Kennan prompted speculation -- -
in diplomatic quarters today ..
v ether It would lead to a for- 55
recalloe. mvet hae h
uas heroe attachdhed he iU S. Representative Chosen
m t serious importance to the
atlcck and its possible conse-
,.hatever Kennan and the F
State Department- may decide by 9Itan n
ones masbado. rOo. Remon InAU --gurati"on
probably had oren Impaired
geati. S embassy in London WASHINGTON. Sept 27. eUSIS Coates. commanding officer, Al- Overior fOr th tte e ,-----
Kelan s eaicquarters during n The State Department an- brook Air nForce Base. thrIn 19_ 0 atfty agaf It M l
ent visit there for bounced y that the Pres- Engl chairman o te xec ae for Mr. W Ave
hspomatic conference vistto he ident has approved tm.' following tive Commibee of the American in the recent Democratc SF U r s
vould return- to MoscoUw as delsat to represent the Un- Jewh Comittee and autho atio for preetient d
In Washinegton. Secretary of ln- the Inauguration of Col. Jose nama tomorrow morning. , RW. l l.II
6SEte Dean Acheson said Mos- Antonio Remaon as President of Balch, who was Democratic Secretary Miller is scheduled t I | ..
c ., a attack on Kennan was the P1.'pub-c of Panama on oct. candidate for the office of*Lt. arrive on Tuesday. On UN LIIJ1E[9tS-
s..ioiiy unjustitled and improper. 1 1952.

ee idKennn' t s Locks Overhaul To Begin

rs ars idsanrin UniStatves o Jan. 5; 625 Men NeededAro
in oto wat "mli cod te Other members of the special -- o -- Chorwon early today
e. Stae tmr vigti bepatrentmentt UlsslNecare:t .RichardrH' BaIhM E-f SeetiUon and mereenln o f ln sid t.her il t. Chied desperatei
db had Iirom y l lees rt d o t o ive ree gi
avery calm discussiLon of wBealeyI speak consultant toe o temporary employment dr- one air opresor opwa the outpost poito held by the
wbtfor saine hisi the reatenT beassadeoy. s epatlonsutantte e oroeF tY.5rfl oin rona" -", I n iteda D .h

ai Keneon an enemy of the folln o emers yt te sEnia e basl -noncod yesterday a.-t The Pers-fM el u iea also is hhp


It said hte could not contain Panama: prv Hghf lowthe gWI m, whof thld An estimated rtu rof!e
his vicious anti-Soviet hostility. Blvin Belbert. Tirst secretary The overhaul is scheduled to h a d c-- olt iou.8 mortar and artillery fire fatll t|
and took advantage of any ops and deputy chief of mission: Col. get anderway at Pedn Min l o e overhal: 0 etanc' the Aed positive, t the U
ortunity to worsen Soviet- Conrad Follanbee. Army at- rJanuary 5. The overhaul rpeaod lpers and iv btaemastle pant- soldiers took heavy to e the
Anoeican relations. tacrh; Leois C. NeY an economic P we tarteapproximate 4 months. ohinese. l
foSign envoy In Soviet historysc Wclla-m G. Arey, Jr., attach workmen who will be neoled, re- atilc d S relfyllerid scnd Sulerfr*tA bed Pt*thun A
hao ever been subjected to such and public affairs officer; Harry quisltlons will be made in, thea *r te fo otpos a m oitoely th e
an assault whUe formally ac- Jacobsoru. attacho anad John near future for a number offio- del.rive ? on T ., e hs dt yet miles southNwt a mhang 0*1
credited Scdte, assistant attache, ed U.S. rate craftsmen. Tese amved "on the eIs. Its ship- the east coast .Ten B.uertforts
hseotofodide 'pUed e ttermi, IeUnit droted OU.tants ofd 2 a(ob. osThe






Most of Kennan's predeces- Members of the special mission will be in addition to the pain Uae, a delr e by liecent dropped 1w0 taone of 500 lb.aatmb
sos William C. pullltt, attending from the Canal Zone ent locks force. sry TePeroel utea on ts e target.
Lae, ence A. Stelhardt. W. are Gov. John 8. 8eybold; Lt. Tshe local raete Watme shoht enflgto,. wth l stu
edell Smith, Alan G. Kirk- Gen. Horac L. McBride. cor- app -at the Ctal or Of- the ers today
a tre attacked by the Soviet mander-In-chief, a r ibsbseian flCe. 6 ooseveltr avenue. They an6. itS bitumast for bsldtei too hei lst troop i
press as spies and warmaongers, Commnd; M. en. Leslie J. must h val. e MAyet ar- eoncentaion ott s, buf-
bet only after they had left Whitlock, Cotnmafeladin genergle The actuI i(1 ytt dht'telbw1 tm ItseslhlptheltS ^^P- lets aln ]tra .lB een-
, RMasa and rattle Soviet dted States Army, Carlbbte n c about n. 5 he employ- w er te rect while ia nto a
policy. Command; Rear Adm. Albert M. ment will not extend beyond U.t. seel strike dig TheMte tote.os
When Kennan wai named Bledsoe. i commandant, s15th Na- June SO. t2e h2c oJnTraaa b_.mc n"otn- boaU I upr er's e aned jeta,

ambassador some months ago. val District and Col. Philip D. The Canal Personnel office fed how09er, T thio kfc- id to tpo a
sin soviett press and radio re- t- .l tere wlwilldbe ne~to t fma n a dlie e p t e i
called eome of hisuece writings n d p i af i oic q i tcll em a ab o ers, f e here leshoug tha t oih g r
atldly reproved him heenst irtmus mto. thl- testosit hen t theu a
Trat led some obaterve.asslcnutah.d toUS.ttecngoe of orens thw aoy tereentI ried 10tenrf 0. bb
iotaud Whlant Ch. oviett aotSinrrfry omthe ArCyranalZ PeieitnLocks








em ent would not a credit y nabfld job of Toi k sed aratibak.ane
MtKennan. If noennaaup tefoeigmbesofth healm ionwilbna etoer -s remoa e on thtgt
ahencei a. seinhnidtn f.hare 0ev nState ybd ntBeloal raehts.WU4enIsbofer ytSegh hto es eof









Kennan's remarks to the press c inanmC s d oter tatea will, ., todaylawd hol tht la the s
wha he arrived In Berlin on hae d loO otraUpa f eredi




rs. way to LOndon for the cur- CLt a ..or .let R wdeSTr.e eb a
rent conference. tholity lok wn r be rv i gerayThealrom the west to help M




Kennun wa qvaoteed here Sn dAodtycl of tiw rlatng stem mgte Faltyoen and uIirtt sed the U
ya owg that ss l n relatCohas cns. re:ondItonain of the ey- Rao to such a de..m2e that theo a
between tshoe metas and Cpbi ahicer; valves and t ne overall eupportne e ied artillery fire fall- I
When Kenans wastsdnamedemp esoeUSraecatn.aeue8.T water parts. ed.sTt




Mes. t .eean'e rad eest Gm betr With Tax Tro
so e of his writings, atd r tealo rokfc-nhuq





The 8tviharpn otatheSovie gov thac edr toor k
Kennan.efl desitnan 0s per-G..










noni fI.h dipot 0n Immigrain G.d.D
mean cl recall was',bd .AW'eVa" ept'2b% 7fr i ed le i tro osE
-enas r t 14 Ibyth e prve OigU1w*at Ye at wlolncttt. ldand Sghto ig the
Thssa hearr vdwainerlinon m d;MJ.ded n.oLeslaedJ.dmust, t tand toop l1g.~ q oertiig "g_
renticonference.T. *1*I L h he reaceoe.. Ii .mwhe west to help USin- to


Sunday, Sept. 28
NBta Low
1:M5 a.m............. 4:49 a.m
10:U p.n. .............. 4:49 p.m.


tm.it. while a canvas sheet, attachi around th two halvep. aMqI
. op, back and front ever ior the bdat 'tnt. fter "roughg-gh
ft a night, dhe simply tplds the teht back to a d ugha 4.
-. - -- addles hom, om --


y! Stop unpbsant


mouth odor 2 ways as you


brighten your tuth!


,A clan breath one day, a tainted breath the
Stsmn day-it can happen to wamybdy. So guard
gPaint this hard-so-forgive &ult by brushing
Par tMth with Ipa after every meal.
't Ipau Munms a sweeter, cleaner breath
bemuse It mops tmpleasnt mouth odor TWO
w s, righ, while it' cleamming your teethl


I. SIpemtf ----igg fai- liellps emeise fa-e-
m..,tlmg fws.siw le~id a elhkv oseetag
whick hs lm.temmh.
2. Ipnau's bWltem (eVUr ilh o *sh
we "sroS e sIn~sil" swsms bus m -
.tsm"y.
At the mmne ti6l, mlaa .jm ud. aprkg
clean andi hri. S lK i w r ibMth, a
brightesr saiiw a a iabd %p


ISy .0yj1 ',a charge of lfkgaily
a United Sates,
d, former big time
E70N d A-2,0d bond and
wa l ig a hearing to
~be 1t two or three
weeks P Oarftnkel. to
cnu .oHi Immigration Serv-
ice of h,t said.
At't*tkga Ltas will be ask-
ed to t*0W Otse why he should
not be1!l from the ooeU-
try. S ua t says he is
0s*IU ibid that Lia, a-
Igaint gUB, te federal govern.
meant ~uc Anome tft IIn l
of the country
5B "aft Fra"n-
g uetered this

as on im arrived In 15 and
ta re-wt0 the country may


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vin, ttomreyr. ts b& Wu
for the 'inceie tax
circulartalteti lents r
formatlea Mt May. .,.
Tme law. fis* s itm's-
clients wo have not
said in part .,
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