The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00431
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00431
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m. Jo L. MeCleai (D ee thatwould not warrant their r
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and suyent to the seial s ub 'Thb e aiht I dtw the 50th *..: VA
Smittee. Mundt aid Stevens Card of the stock pile. I pouwld't *h S. "CHI "
Hutted the Army m ade a knock ,and I dlUaarde4 a dee. *,S. "JAMAA"
murder" and has taken steps to y opponent wanted to p W 8.8 "'AVEN3 .,
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le sid Stevens "Impifed" ds-, col do so .. .

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Yo rks ufommissoner "om-- May that the dcuee may -. "MSOSMX'
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cl.. old hors Wtl make ba t not if ite dent ulv 14
ibin Flood ouare, Sousuthe oppohhti low cardto knoc..k -
,M;1I with. And othr. saythatthe deud W^kl- ,,,lga,
may be picked up without any re- V ouieuasu

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it Mundt. v_ f carddel. re n a or tc knock. If he does e.
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lock, Oh rale, Unit. ^ Am nerica. Pthe Mo ^ l
ed Stat, ru Car ea and Air Force Base._ t o e a.la
Mrs. Wb -2we Ism s ofl-tVerUo satoT P 'lES s u E eald
honor at t .' ll. amotail bt. .,o,_Uo40 accompanied .i .e. M ,a
fet glven We(a ay owning y by their felw No d l t h. d'the Ti nnimd e with
Mr. iVIM-, _Roert J. Boyd at H010-m 4 Mrs- se Hrnho, 2I59 and
their. e an a s. BoutePananma a G" Wliam K Mr.Mury ipper,B4m, sgorv.
The=rsmIl t"eave tee oe the The resularwe ing an o-hostoses. Reservations
sth e thirteenth of thi Panama y may ade by telephoning eith.
month.for the United States. yesterday at 'lanclon i Hotwe t er of these twon lades.
-anaa. G uests of honor were the
Vaeaobeem aniey T IThlbu Amnbassador 'a the UteState To Play This Eveasin
The Am-nbasadw of Ecuaedor to to Panama, Seldenc"the Alfredo de Saint Mao, violinist,
Panama, Hugo pao, Mrs. MonB Governor ot the C an l will present a concert ths eve-
cayo -od te eh -mnca S. S bold; and tho e Commander ning at the National Theatre in
Isabel .nd Jose Maria. Moncyo in-Chlef, Caribbean .. om n d, Panama City.
returned to r the 'thmus Wdn Lieutenant General William . m
day from raru. Prnc where larrison, Jr. ..
they a oe bheav visiting. r -rd; rs., U ne Folrth Of July Dane
A.miliary.. A E_-lects. n A Fourth of July Dance in cele.
to Vcth f*S. 8 At the 34th Ajniual ConvOenton bration of Independence Day will
Mr. nad Mrp. ey SAp #nao Bam. of the Ame.ric egion Aulary, be sored b the Union Club
he d b oer e Mrs. Grayde Grava.t, wCh whn iWomans bhe UniontC
boa. accompaniedd by eir e il o Mrs. Grayet Gravat Ht has t i n w i members and friends of
dren, are es-oute to the Unitad many years .f r. e A b, .. the American Society are invite.
States whome .thor lan to visituit& and Department, was chosen ed to aftend.Reservations for this
with' c ir te iast eoast to lead this A roup Pf ubite w f formal affair which will be held
for sarl moIth. 54-5Her a tsl willb at 9:00 p.m. Saturday mut be
L~ Vera Bole, First Vice-PrOslut;,e pm atuda a early.
Fasa G-W RoIndo Mrs. Ella Wertan Second PMd ice e --a-rl
Ab-oS b-eefit ei 1Prea ide.t; Mr. Ura He' l Spasl a ,es -.
Hogar del Nino Panamen wi be Aruba, NWI, as outlying M All members of the Inter-Ameri-
held at e Union Club owt July 4. resident; Mrs. estsa Hvl,, Ca can Woman's Club who are inter-
CreaUon b' Plo Aroseimena will. lain Mrs. Marie Bennetth, Histor, nsted in joining the classes I n
be modeled. ian; and Mrs. Marie Ahmer, S r- Spanish taught by Mrs. Delfina
"- g6ant-at-arms. Mrs. BeOy Mnalone Samudio may begin Thursday at
To bUvt, as elected National ExcuUtve :00- a.re. ateringdquarterhis on
r and Mrs. Walter R. Mosonofalo o are asm tewom and .one ou oad.
Balboar a by their Griffon, ternate. Department ua de tur 28-.
dMaster Sm' st. d todrs. ay Mrs. Eleanor ilth e of Aruban on Ia C.
board a for the ElecteNW, as Delegate to the n- 'Members of the Inter-American
United s W.to Eunton,. vention from Aruba Esso No. 1. Woman's Club who are interest
TexFlori e illmake their During her stanyon the Zone she ed in continuing the cooking elass
new has been the house guest of Mr. or i registering for this class

ath .diner ne werRireD A rs. OUIto
evnn-I-law nd Mrs. Walter R. Malone ofMr. asked to: telephone Mrs. Ur
dail r, Mr V. d Mrs. vi Ga S. boa, the retiring Department ula dO Ventur 2 3.
Master S, at th andr home in ALaon. president of the Americand Mregio
cen -( PhiiPs Tg4c,%ie ed by Auxiliar.
their esfw e dtodr for the Elected as Delegates to the N-
unite A eri te.toSanford, tional Conventioun of the America Wo lm- a l nr
Flori I t o Legion Auxiliary to be heldou in v aam t h
Thqy yupIN F hO .g 6uts'df hqnor Washington, D. August r. 30 tof ( 8 re
at a fAM- A dinner even .g~by i n-Wlaw and G ffon, Mrs. Betty Malone, Mrs.
y,;Mr.nd Mrs. Dalvin S. Patsy Ryan, Mrs. Marie Bennett. j U .a4
=eiisan, at thetr home in Ancon. Mrs. Eleanor Beckeir and Mrs. Of MK U W W Sl
'Lois Magner.
Dl-aueiDai*-At Amador -AiwcsfTtR N July 2
The Americah*Legion Club, Fort Bridge Toornamest Monday AU TESv N.huY.. persJia
Amador fl be. the- scene tonight The regular weeky brige tour- a a ed throuSghu tiny Ste
Mary'a cetmetery at Saugertlee tc

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view a statute of the Sacred
Heart of Jesus after a woman
claimed ihe aaw blood coming
from Itai forehead.'
Roman eatholic clergy wlft-t
discus the case.
The cewd flocked to.e
etery Aftu Mrs. M o

the forehead to dhe aln.

tibe forehead to the chmn
Dr, Herbert Derman of the
Elugatn City Labrta ald
a chemical aalys t sub-
stance sowed It 'wa thot
but he had not determted win
it was. A .statue maks i i
was common for ihpertect
In marble- to sheo up- when
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Otis Meyers, of Bab, as chap,
lain an-eDasH. 'eRe, of Fort
Gulick, as sergesnt-at-arns. Er-
nest L. Slocum, of Margarita, in-
stalled the new officers.
In addition to the lelection,the
legionnaires of the six posts in
the department enjoyed -m .inter-
sting talk b e Ambassado o
te Uni tak to VPnama on
"The Meoee of 'Comnnsm to
ChrIstianity.' He tol the Legkmn.
nak-es some -of i& experiences In
Hungary Wlhe b4h wasLAmericah
Minister their. "
The Legi made a,- number of
yards W vhrids Canal Zone peom
ie. for good c enehlp and for
services to th ,ii,.W. There was
also a big ninon dance Sat-
urday night and dinner on Sun-

Lain Amedcans

Tourlng TUIis Say
DALLAS, Tes, July- tUP)
in the U.S., a e tdirg t6 U.Texansg
who recently returned fre' a tour
of Panama, 'cuador, CoPbia,
Veneizela'd Cuba. I
The tour wa&ste invite Latin-A.
ericans tom the Ia American
Expositionto be held in Dallas in
connection wfth.'the Texas state
fair-Oct. 9-17 .
"The good will trip han. 4p us that appro alately gO M stock
Leaders vi. visl the Pm ejm rI-
can Exposition Oils year, "said
Ray W. Wilson, thefair's livestock
'David Tiusle. member of the
fairs Pan American enmittee,
ted Pre ideut -RoJes Pinlla, of
Co Mas as having- said his coua-
try planned to import a million
U.S. cattle to- stabilize Colombia's
ado Plaza, fboraer Presdent of
ladr and the operet of sev-
o-nneh .told e T.,as that
-VOWf stok- goMwAnf 0, Pid

1e Panma latleaein's Associa.
tion, toldthe group that his coun-
try's stockmen lelt their future lay
in beef produetiob,'and that Pana-
maian -groM woM look' for
cast la tleT S .S. -

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CIVELAND; 0;: (UP)-M rs.
Viola Banerman is put out at a
burglar. t wasn't the $4 in grocery
o.ey bp-al0, but her recipe col-
-o- whith she had Assembld

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resumption 'tenegotiation seae
mons in New ,d Yk
A unlo "poknnIan said the
main tems in dispute involved
wages, hblfdiy pa and travel andA
transfer alowanes.
Supersorm workers took over
the boards: o ntain service a
practice e' ted to be, followed
elsewhere; hs, at least p"al
service would be maintained Ex-
changes with deal systems also
would bt ble to continue operat-
Ing although there probably Woold
be some effect on long distance.
service. -
Moat. exchange workers belong
to the CWA.
Union officials refused to say
when or whether picketing would
begin because they wanted to hold
It as an "el .et c surprise" in
strike strategy. But one Spokes-
man said pickets would start
marching "soon" id no word. Is
heard from the company.
The C.WA workers install West-
ern Electric equipment at all tle-
phone .exehahges in 43 states and
the District of Columbia, Malpe,
Vermont, New Hampshire, Massa-
.chusett and Rhode Island are
not affected. The New England
Bell. Telephone Co. installs its
own equal ipm ent.
The strike started at- the pre-

viouay-et de a.. lo-
cal teue. was no
Ca d# n 4 amfor a
epontract to o" e* one that
expird two mon ago. Both
sides were standing by for fur-
ther talks. ..
G. F. Iayrmornd We4tern Elec.
tri penromeL director said the
com2piny ud offered wage In-
creases of bm four to seven cents
an hour but "wages till appear
to be the pntlpal ftenlt In dis-
pute .
A WLIN spoleNoul-id the
comply ubmitted the. ofer "for
immediate approval" jnd the u-
nion wuawed,tin to study it.
SA recent .ruling by .be National
Labor Relalions Boazr prohibits
the union from the .hit-and-run"
picket teeique it, :adopted i n
a 12 wakouL Using rovn pick-
At lines the small installers group
was able to pull out telephone op-
erators for brief periods.

, n
New Zealand Labor
New Zealand's I12-S3 laboring
population was ,766,900. The in-
crease of 15.300 over last year I-
-dltded 14.100 male and 3,400 fe-
imale migrants.

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H atrrt No. 57


9 ALE:_Automati washing ma-
rhne, 7 cu. ft. rofriertor aport-
.tt, Sige electric range, vacuum
cleaner. all 60 cycle, in excellent
condillcn. Platforni rocker, sofa
bed. coffee table, chest of draw-
ers and'.Other miscellaneous furni-
'ture.-Call Albrook 3181. _
FOR SALE :-One mahogany double
bed. Two porcelain refrigerator
cabinets without motors..-House
0930 Amador Road, Balboa.
ft SALE:-Wantinghouse 9-cu. ft.
refrigerator, less than 6 years old
$75. Excellent condition.-324-X.
SCurundu Rood. Phone 2-3759.
,SALE-One Shnmons daybed. 2
s cuhions. Reosonabl~ priced.-Tel.
-irt Clayton 5285. -:1 _
SALE:- Two occasional choirs,
,..in6hogany and plastic webbing.-
Tel. Curundu 6287.
FOR SALE:-Cheap, G.I. leaving for
the States immediately: Refrigera-!
tor, baby tender, electric oven,
,* er, chairs, electric fan, mis.cel-
oneous items.-Phone 3-4458._
SALE: Dinette set, table 4
eoairs, 2 cabinets. 5616, Apt. D,
;iiablo. _______
SSALE:-.-Servel refrigerator. 7-
-u. ft., 25-cycle, porcelain, .exel-
tent condition, $150. House 963-C,
1.L Boca. __ ___ __
SALE:-Cobinet model electricI
Abwing machine, excellent condition.
i Reasonable price. Call Panama 3-

.'iLture, 25-cycle refrigerator. Phone
y.-4449 or Parama 3-1889.
SALE:- Ratton window shades
2x,6 each $4, 36x72 each $3.
try Heights 5285. I

I SALE.-Washlng machine, bed-
am selt, ivingroom set, dinette
ICttl stlc. Albrook 250-A. Gall

SSALE:-One sooa-bed, one arm

Westinghouse refrigera-
F, 9.ur ft. S75 of best
iol rtun. 5-579. '
ALE:-Bedro6rn set, 9 pieces,
! twin beds etc., excellent con-
ITel. Alb 678.

M offe ea 4177.

I n BMotors -
f.f d Sloop -
i|.i3.5.,-CarAlbrook 2203
and00 ad 0 p.m.:

I e Set -f Rqyol Da oulto
e bachmisn or Hunting

M1s Priedman hM a t clampler.
A, Sio s n oth scoota er.
igUM t r8-4 M oan d St, Bolboa.

Fir aei thl

~aboAd build houses for

IS. Friedman has ea complet-
k'et*t to her crednt-a mgl-
L- ollar development fl M
SOS. fte planned them, super.
,:d their construction sad sold

e e's hard. at work on a
S* l r project of 13
eatboro area near

_kk _' every-day over-

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LEAVE YUUR All wi rn e urw
Cetal Afu. IAm


FOR SALE:-Buick Riviera 1953, rid
body, while top. wire wheels,
W/S/W. glare proof glass, V-8 en-
gine.-House 0560-A, Ancon.
Tel. 2-2461 after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:--1948 Willy's Jeep Sta-
tion wagon duty paid. $600.00.-
Phone 3-3477 office hours.
FOR SALE:-1948 Plymouth 4-door.
New tires, brakes, battery, excel-
lent condition, $600. Albrook
FOR SALE:-1947 Dodge 4-door. Ex-
cellent buy at bargain price.-House
2162-A or phone Curund4 4205.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet Club
Coupe. Owner leaving for U.S.-
Phone Balboa 3204 evenings. Qtrs.
0430-A Frangipani, Ancon.
FOR SALE:-BARGAIN, Ford sedan.
1951, good as new, only 12,000
mues. Price $950. 582-B, Ancon
Blvd., Ancon.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Fordor se-
dan, 2-tone, excellent condition.
Price $1595. 2531-D, Cocoll.
FOR SALE:-1950 Studeboker Com-
mander coupe, duty free, excellent
condition. Re2sonoble. Call Pana-
ma 3-2586.
FOR SALE:--Brond new crown gear,
pinion, 2 axles for Model-A Ford.
All for $20. 582-B, Ancon Blvd.,
FOR. SALE:-I193f two-door Ford se-
don, fine' runfting condition, new
1948 motor recently installed. Own-
er leaving Isthmus. Will sell for
$225 cash. Phone 6.484.
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2-door
sedan, radio, heater, excellent con-
dition. Call Ft. Clayton 4291 or
see at Ft. Cloyton Fire Station July
3 & 4.
FOR SALE:-...4952. Ford. Fordor 2-
tone, 12,000 mites, price $1195.
253 -D, Cocoli.

FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac 2-door, 8-
cylinder, Hydromatic, undercoating,
12,000 miles, excellent condition.
2-6492 dfter 6 p.ri Ask for Dr;
FOR SALE:- 1948 Hidson 4-door
sedan, good condition, $395. Tele-
phone. 83-5267. Curundu.

FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door
P7G, w-s-w tire, $900. Phone Al
. b ok 62f( _, ,-.._.. ,

REUltmm -
lstery; Lionel'i elecri train;
Craftsmaon jig-saw; Jukebox (Pack-
ard Playmaore. Phone $3-3284.

WANTED:~; -W .auy4 A * c Si4952
and 1951 Chevrolet Standard Gear
shift in excellent condition-Call
Gorae Eiasoppiosite th. el
Mote?.*'* .

Position Offered

erpemig fee amb emitlem Vfg sales-
eau uinae stere. M-i fas hrklo
sckee edeetien r etr. AI-
Culturel beekesmeed des iA .
Geeo eppertulty br the right men
with igrowigm omletieu. See
vised training ilei0p yu seeNeed.
Phase 2-1386 betweM i 12
Seturd, me"Naelg fe eap nt.las
English n enelmy.


Over Allnic
LKONDONJuly 2 (UP)- The
British Ar Ministry said today it
wilIaveUsaate*repqrt a British
lrUXner was escorted for $0 miles
ot Labrador Tusdayy seven
fying saucers."
The objects, a control craft and
six satelltes, were sighted by the
plane's crew and some passen-
gers.They disappeared when an
American abre Interceptor plane
A. he AAir Ministry said Capt.
James Howard, a veteran pilot
with British Overseas Airways
Co%, "is aubmitn a report."
investigated by the Air Misry's
technical Intelligence branch," a
spokesman said.
Howard, Ii 10 crew members,
and a dosen oat te 51 passengers
aboard saw the pb nomena about
sun et Tuesday while m ne IN
Miues out of Ooose Bay, Labrador.
Howard radioed the U.S. Air
IF"ee Base at Goose Bay that lie
had Picked up whal he *:Med as
extraordinary escorLt.
The Air Force sent an Intercep-
toar, but the strange craft disap-
pred as the 8, -plane ap
%s escort aeempapied the
lrStratbder at le t losr a
males at a speed of 274 maies ma
Capt. Reward, a .-Wyearn d N r-
I alM -l Air orm ist was
ingerth* wM a*.

REPAI-reefinish all kind Bamboo-
Ratton furniture. Free estimotes.-
"JIMMY," Tel. 2-4044.

THE CURUNDU Post Restaurant Fund
is offering invitations for bids for
the operation of the Ladies Dress-
making Shop looted on the Cu-
rundu Army Reservation. Full. in-
formation may be obtained by con-
tacting' Lf. Vance, Custodian, at
Headquarters Curundu Army Res-
ervation. telephone 83-4268.
CURUNDU Wonderful opportunity
to let your child have supervised
play during morning hours. 8:00
a.m. to 11 .15 a.m, Nursery School.
Call Balboo 1214.


ORu SAI-.O let eheid gi
semmeR el M 1hNNeWlee M re-
quInelrl seels. ON"e* b o let er
I.,i.i.s. eeeldMe.e. ae-, O,,-
tribuidere iete. SI A.-PerIo
Ave. No. 71.
FOR SALE:-Liki now, 16mm. Bolex,
reasonable price.-Call 3-41J 17 be-
tween 12-1:30 and 6-7 p.m.
FOR SALE;-1 bedroom set with 2
single beds, 2 Simmons innerspring
mattresses, 2 heavy colt springs, 2
pillows, 2 night tables, 2 chests of
drawers, oil finished mahogany Hol-
lywood style, like new $310;, 1 bar
mahogany top, Marie panel, 6 stools
(new) $450; 1 contour chair, like
new, $50; 5 ea. lamp assorted* I
Hillmon car 1952. 16,000 miles,
perfect condition $700; 1 RPattacr
arm chair $8. -Can be seen at
Qtrs. 42-A. Quarry Heights. Calf
82-3285, Pruitt 0. Broome.
FOR SALE:-Hommarlund HQO-129-X
receiver, good condition.-Call Al-
brook 4197.

FOR SALE:-Wlnter Spinet piano.
Perfect condition. Price reavsonble.
Tel. 2-1282. Ponoma.
FOR SALE:-1950 .Ford Y-Tud8 or
Custom deluxe;. lj-cyc!O washing
machine motor. Rev. Grey, Goran-
boo 6-130.

"MODERN DANCE" for health, re-
creation, persws lity development,
career preparotiord loUses con-
Saucted by Jean Egn of IHollywood.
Far informaflon col 6-413.

vqlwnfror OP YAMAM-'

(O ki#wesfor .4 .f..

a nd Th ey. ege-
gets frem 5 te C. Advemed to
6 4 '7 V^. Regihele b a ped
mot 'Ju!,owi.


FOR RENT:-Fumlshid ri66m to hn-
Oroble gentleman. Residential sec-
tor.-Tel. 3-0957, _

FOR RENT:-For .cuple. Bjg furnish-
ed room, kitchen, as, rqerigerator,
iron. and washtu.b-31st Street East
No. 9, near La Plitno.
FOR RENT:.Fnte, raom .:to re-
sponsible Wentfe on lady. Separ-
ate entrance. T phe 341 5099.
ftR RENT:-. iM a bdtrenc
kitchen privile, private entrance.
Corner 4th of Ae. r& Juan B.
Soso Street, Apt. 3, opposite Reose-
velt Hotel.

FOR RENT:--Rodi nicely furnished,
with kitchen privilege. .Via Porras
46. 1



FOR RENT:-. Nicely furishied tool
room with nm e 2, ne ymond
Clinic. Caol 8-1 S9 pr 2-1g3.

Teapot Dome
Motif New
Hat Wrinkle
Tea for two has bee served up in
many different Ways, even in
songs, but who ever heard of it
served o a 10-gallon sombrero?
Mrs. William Bird not only con-
cocted this zany idea but won first
prize with Int a recent women's
club hat parade. She wore her
sembrere complete with ceps,
saucers, spoms, .teaba s and two
lumps of sugar.

Make Your Own
Sweet Suckers
NEW YORK -(UP)- Next time
the children's sweet tooth needs
satisfying, give them home-made
resee sueakers. Try pouring apri-
Iinto m t c W traly. Fre
Il the necta isperta sy et, ad
the insert a flat, wooden
cream stiek Ja the saiddla A
cube. CoMide u iba g R

Candy Fireworks
Reedy For Fourth

Tof--P) aer a e
I on Mr mal the
Sirer anA the edible
Mbw yoar favorite recipe
d rice cady balls, shap-
eandy aempi a 4@per-
* as 5m-.hil ..--


BEST PLACE for your family's summer
vacatienl Comfortable Club Cam-
Pestre In coo) El Voalle. Only 80
lales frnm ferry. Newly remodeled
under Americah management. Call
Tivoli Trivel Agency, 8 Tivoli Ave.
Tel. 2.0465.

Phliips. Oceanside cottages, Sents
Clara. UBps 435, Balboa. Phohe
Panaoma $4877, Cristobol 3-1673.
Gramlich San t Clat each cotkta .
Electic refigeraon, gas stov
Moderate rate Phorie 6-441 er
FOSTER'S COfrAGES on mile ptl
Santa Clae. Low rates. Phon
Balboa 21 -


FOR RENT: Chll t 4 bedrooms, liv-
Singrdom, dinlngroom. kitchen, oa-
Srage & large yord, $135.00, 5nd
Street No. 15. Telephone 3.2228
during office hours, Caretaker be-
side building in. construction.
FOR RENT:-Soioll chalet, funmish-
ed, American couple. "0" Street
No. 5, Porque Lefevreo. Telephone
FOR RENT:-Rislderne, 3 bedroom,
East 37th St. No. 21. Telephone
3-0084 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. and 3-5812 after 5:00 p.m.

FOR RENT.--Coal, well furnished res-
idence in Ave. Just Arotemeno &
38th Street, Vista del Mar. 4 bed-
rooms, 2 porches.-Apply to TeL
3-3099 or 3 4117.
FOR RENT-Chalet: two bedroa ,
oprlor, diningroom, 2 porches, both-
r6om, garage, ell fenced.-Via Por-
res, Carrasquilla 1Ist Street No. 55,
Tel. 3-2907.
FOR RENT;-3-bdroom chalet: Li v-
ingroom, dinin.aoom, maid's room,.
garage. 47thr Strjet No. 18.-Tel-,
ephone 3-3358.."

FOR RENT:--3 bedooms, a large liv"
ngroom,. garage, hat water etc.
Reosable price--Call Tel. 3-
1031, L Cret. I

FOR RlNT:- .bedroom house, un-
furnished, ht wafer. Apply from 9
to 11 qnd 3 to 5. No. 19, Mexico
Avenue. ,


ATN I. Just built modem
i NMMMW .partmanh, amne, lw
b m, hot, cold water. -Te
epthon Panama 3-4941. "
FOR RENT:-2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact Alhambra AE
pertments, 10th Street. Telephone
r386, Colon. .
FOR RENT:-Fumished apartment
ore bedroom, stove, refrlgirdfor.
Ovrlopking SAS commissary, Safh
Francisco. Tel. 3-5Q24.

FOR RENT-Three bedroom oport-
ment, living And dining room,
maid's room, hot water.-Tel. 3-
FOR RENT:-.Oeb bedroom apart-
ment, furnished, independent, larae
balcony facing the sea, best resi-
dential section. Suitable for gentle-
men or lady.-Ave. Ecuador, 30.
FOR RENT:-Furnished one room a-
partmenf for couple or bachelor.
Best residential section.-43rd St.
SNo. 13. .

FOR RENT: Top floor 2-bedroom
apartment, very cooa, Bella Vista..
Price reduced.-Call. 3-0934.

FOR RENT:--One-bedroom Opartmer
in duplex house, garage $60 month.
-Colt O6406,- Codper.

FOR RENT: Finished apartment:
Livingro m, dlnihgroom, two bed-
rooms, stove, refrigerator.-No. 64
43rd Street.
FOR RENT- Fine furnished apart-
ment. Attractive location and price.
-Vio Iresil (Paltilla Road), No.

suitable far two, couples by share.-
ingObathroom and kitchen between
the two bedrooms. $90.00.-Ap-
ply 63 Fourth of July Ave., Hop-
kins, I
FOR RTNT:-Apartment, all furnish-
ed, 2 bedrooms, porch, very ven-
tilated. 45th St., No. 34-A&
FOR RtNT:- One-bedroom apart-
ment, see view. Uruguay St. No. 2.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom opart-
ment, small family only. Via Espa-
fia No 106, Apartment 5, across
from Pasadena Police Booth.
FOR RENT:- Apartment, two bed-
rooms, hot water, stove, refrigera-
tar. No. 58. Ave. Cuba. Telephone
3-3329-2-.1227... .
FOR RENT:-Fumshed one and two-
bedroom apartments, excellent Id-
cation. Federico Boyd, Phone 3-
FOR RENT--,2-bedroom apartment,
living-dinlngroen, 6.1. inspected.
Via ora M& 256, between 2nd
end 3rd Avenues.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartments,
new furniture, screened and gov-
ernmnt iMMcted. Call between
5:30 &m.. 8:0o p.m. -]

Rfl Eotts
OR SALE:-ARGAIN, 630 mets
In Vista Heunesa fronting Trans-
Isthmian Highway near new Los
Angeles Development. Excellent lo-
boeton far business or home. Cost
$5.40 meter, selling for $4.40
Makener, phone C.Z. 4B-302, 7
e.m.-3 pkmA Men, At Fri.



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Home & Apartment
Cloe In and find Mt
hew little IM aeft
te tae 1 0or 2 years o
the age ef yoer hes
oew, medens, low east
glass jalousie.

full ventIlatIon comfort,
Iaeree property mad rental
n a smal Investment,
Modernize now
Alummpann Jalousle Harwaue
Deitned and ManretouWred:
JIn .anama for Panamap
to fit any s! e w aew:.

XW Central Ave. TeL -

Special Summer Rates
S. tdo Air-Conndjlned
' "etal El Pae' /
SNo, I HMn. 4 to I .JL

Sa ns. Ch a.leste. Walta
L-ei Jittwsf. Tambeite,
Pe ntat am b ie.

Hornett & Dunn

Dn. A. and OELAC
a-12on52 -6 pm.
as :I 12 noo n..
4I Moek rom L Tx heatre)

Mid-Year Sale.
W. T. LU A
4th of July Ave.
Daly I a.m. M.e'm4.

Plokers, ShiWMers, Movers
Taser Transoirts Daxter
ExPrt Mechanic, i Ultra-
matic and Hydramatic Trans-
misslq offers his professional
RepI nta oan of gas
stoe, water heaters, etc.
OeOeral Supervisor.
Tels.: 32-35f2 ---2451

Ao-me M wn CLIU
ate "We I T Tel. $441S

Don't Ms *O Grand
d-Yearg ale.

Day I .& to I p.m |

This Cloud
Career Began
Long Ago-
Jeanette Sumate one of few I
women meteorologists in the na.
tion. took the weather observation

Je.net.t. former resident Of
Blueield. W. Va.. recently was
transferred to Newark after U1
years aa a forecaster in Daytonm,
0.. and a year in Louisvll Ky,
"I didn't know what I wanted
be when I started llee~," dsh
said "but when I Was a di1. I
was always fascinated by em
formations. I decided to am"
them a career."
She did pr. The pretty
can sort out cumuhne, s _k
ciiram in the cl d
than ,yo can ay 'rm n iik I
euing tomorroww" le d as ld
was another advantage t he
with the V. S. Weaer ~ eib
S" masculine co-weetrs,
i very pleasant t

P 'iI also

1W -- T- '--ngT- w te ""-- Of_ .
w d Year s m oft e e w i p B
I&, uni tiff aimd itih tho canal W t*aP, m UM. .ivuue. u1wuv bfulal.,
W$ tl T t- mumfrom a I1 Army t' .n of oullttin
I t otono ai t P .........ftr W you of utik .e ,rvod .... s-=6 _,_i.
WIth time. Bt PO ptartsOf the Uni t ed a the ie r
IDVm b.',of thelate4.t' t an W ven
ar. a Mrs. Ch.iri wan. In AluW oe ljiv o c o la fbba
w.s bor in In h o n, un al othe a1o n l g- a
5istlHe thtaswRn his 22 yewso& a th. MThe. nfic ras ited
ooand w as gduated oita nM= or
ono h from Balboa Hts ser the W Odcer-
put year, be h then a student 1- gun tob pre setne" 8o fi le-
at the Col=d School of Min,, on Pmeio m6and off Fort pnwne of all
at Golden, Co o. Amador in tla. Hs e was late.r of wh ahad been in
Smith. the son of Mr. and M n .with the Ursr Motor Tranpor- thepcar s oe or
S mi th.-hes of-a M s.. nation Corp # at G ajo n I l s an or
eteol S mit- ote"_ -when President Franklin D.J Mr. and Mrs. Plps Ued
Bl was graduated from Rooielt made his first visit to for New York abard the ..

ai" d ft hefrst t empl d to make their home in San-
.ILan rM width C7t Q ml organlation in 1941 andIord Fla.
dent coifhlil represntative.
The two CaWl Zone appoint- *
SA'S.'Sai,* Doll 'lHouse, Television Set
t and have b found -
oanOn Display in Gorgas Lobby
Sth is auoed to report .

A doll house co pliete eth iende ~ artistic. mprovista
IOM." f-urniture, televislOn set, urW ad handlcraft wo, with low
"~" ^-^^and rugs. a tray made out of en oi t material.

te .S .

Across TunsIa

One K6e4 7 Nrt
TUNIS Tunsa, July 2 (UP>
Macinegm rt killed one
Tunisian and wounded seven
more in a cafe last night as ter-
rorism swept eat and west a-
cross North Africa,
In Morocco a victim of alsi-
milar attack Tesday night In
Casablanca died today in a hos-
Last ngltt's machinegunning
In Tunisia was the third such
attAck In North Africa within
thee days as terrorists adopted
the tactics ofa problton era
gaSgsters. Three aen have died
and 1i wounded.
The TulIi us were hitting at
a cfe at Mensel Bou Zqa alast
night police sald, aVheft
screeched up and a iubmac.hne
gun fired a burst from one of
Oe wlndows..
Tuesday night a grocery in
|ORblanca got similar treat-j
me t. and.. one ma wAs killed
0oulighat nd four wounded, of'
lhn^ qr Tu r.i sx renh men and
Meg were shot down at a
baery and an adjolnig cafe.
S Capbtnca, xora poliee
were ordered .out to, prer"T

old phonograph record andM a Some of the supplies were
doll unningly produced from donated but the bu& of them
ice cream bozx3s and paper cups, have been salvaged from waste
alr part of the display of ret paper boxe and tah ns The
tive handicraft now being ex-Idexas for the projects weve ug-
hibited the lobby of the main gested by the two oray Ladle,
building oGorpas ospitAl. who then produced the supplies
The exhibit, which Includes and left tlh patients in the chet
more tha 00 separate Ite Ims, Is section to work them out.
the result of two months work As the reject grew, so did
on the ,art of 5 patients In the the enth and the parents
Gorges Hosital. Cheat et4oo brachd. ou from anieh
.n featr articles m o Aimle. I me as pelted sea
low coat .or free material. t she to auch compUlicated ro-
opened0 t 9 yesterday oring m duotions as doll houses, movies
and will' be continued for one and doll furniture woven ftom
week. natlve.rass.
Te, transformation of ain egg
aheU into a paper weight or clg- Old socks and rags have been
arette packages .nto a picture made into stauffed4 animals and
frame takes a certain amount of electric light bulb have been
uaty, eand artistic vision converted Into dolls a,d vases
Cioshasbpen supplied by Mrs. There was also a iseable dIsa
skeand M. Salva- of needlework an4. croeh4.la
dorr Vasqez, two members of the the form of dollies, table mats,
ed Cross Gray adLes organiza- and napkls.
C, whp have been In charge ol Mr. Hl ell and Mrs. Vasques
e project arena members of a group t, 11
tAl ou Mrs. Vauneg has a Ladies headed y Mrs.Sen-,
Audie ar in PanankaClt, 8y.r8 Ja_ Birdsall, who have been
tkeu is fairly new In the field *ork ing In the wards.Gorgav
ad both, hav had little expeR- Hospital sine e epd of A .

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order durnlg the lun rai W o ---
of Dr e yaud, dlie More thin 1 additional art of the Supply Bureau
L& Vi"jwnh'l enpmPloe In th rCanal orgfa..- a ils conummnittemen and c"a-
recV co 9Wasa ses o noubaeribed for UnteStates veasers established the record of
slated Weesa I bod Savin BAddtthruglth P% braving the largest total number
layli ht. |;,f s planl durn th- f st.B and local-rate employes
Authorities taeted a demon- "nps5tr in June. accdrg to participating. here are now 502
stration bysose of the well- *prlUiMl rpo an the A1ie M)oyef In this bureau buyin
organized ech group f the luuedTh y. i3. Savings Bonds by psarofl
otector to tth as- o nuber ples sign- deduction.
J = o ./ Mrs. Rosef Anseil,
in l e most shockngft UforB n mds
In the blood hato of M aroc-broU A t over 2,700 S. nsee
can tam nw l the a lInn r.p parR The ...
eara- l of t.rate ~~t poyes Former Resident
_ow bavin Bonds
t uh th etod has been Of Bolboa, Dies
iiNasl lB lnlflS raised-from 16 to 2S per cent. h .... ti- a ..
The percent of locl-ratoe Word has beMn received on the
SU l~ iah Kv |employes. r -attg li^ZA e Uthmu. of the death at Mrs..
im s oeans of Mawr,
albleyl p sM pInroasd during the CA O WawarsIdnt of _
I M All a. At the benn of the boa from 19h to 19.
I illdve onl th e er cent of She survived by two dAugh-
local-rate were t rs- a; Ro Ans. y of
BER, y 2 () -. Nazi scribing, wh percentageB Mrs. Dora -
*.eld .*iPodrls Plu sl has now been inerea= t to l- o Newton S uare 1-
been Ini"c.a I ___ sy
who n ea worst OeUan most i per cnt. vn: ; two sons* ; WIlam ft.
defeat of s war, retumsnd t Fot* certIfte.a of award Ansell of Phlladeehia, Pennyl-
Fast DGTiWoda AsA a&COmIu- owerelrnlted by ,lov. ,e] ht 1et-U vaa; Mr. _dW .d V. Ansoli f
Inat oy'Trse against to burei u gmorefosIDym athend
Wu, .pv. l1md om m member o./s. e x O and Richard Ansell Casey
itarust, iaurd dGN. oer-bureau chairmen who received of Balboaw
man sao t oahe pea p am"o, -
taul&'rad ta ydm fto. a eda Athe governor -sand'toe ow aue A asa S% .
C .ho. o. Pibtti rae"4lt awarded A M1t1t wege l/--lv- WVA
!thth*We goer
wsine ft'TJ h Helmerichz, enomaBns IttWm; l .C' 4"
from a"t. Miss Kathleen for te.- office
Th e io D' -.,gm. Wlod of the Comptoe; pa sa WAHIIO s-( UP) F the v.
"Commitee fIor Uity" Johnaston, Communi.ty Services er.e.WAC weighs is pogud
unveiled the fDOWld marshal Bureau; and M.R. Hart, upply l fit, four Inches t the
to toe m today at preCiBureau. U ... S. A reorts. Her mesre-
conferne. 'The Personnel Bureau chiev- mnpts-Bust inches. waisWt uat
Paulu lMid that West Gerdan ed the highest led of PtlP.a Iunder W inches, amd hidpi i.
Chancellor KSitd AdafaM tion with 47.1% for .S. rat She wean a i 14 dr, a 14
and ims rs of the employees and 790% for lal- blouse, and a -B shoe. lt else
without bw to made te ea pr.
AmeeI M erlin increase duag the eamplign.
unroIn tte world." Miss OMcOuigan, who manae ry On Sweaters
hh atCe oe ta we t a kn oler ithe o fice of

for "t toStoadlb warv te om.poller, wa a Gen.a c n .For Best Fitb
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po~weW." Sn -m MDlPAIGd, 5L-UP)- x
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Aer w takin -The chairman for Communuity universe staff u
the road 1t"O uiviap" 16 Services Bureau followed closely f se
he sA.I w OW ward with 43Sj % -rwem. says shansfmtatheSlow
Seaculs i e Oeirma pl7e" aznd aloew-rate' thesame style and dauSw
oi D employes. m also dia- 41e sd wsinl differby W agoh pa
iClsbad _M= by sig1- two chem In buest meomeseui

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oon he t a I r-h b.
-I st da 't 0. t6 P ay b V-
:le anymore, r lthm int soI f
Another ator. For yean i Hoy
wooe oared me heavy re a d
notmtg el". It got to be One
2e7 -n7 id 10. .s
sesdia - ft -
"I sdewt wrk a26 ies 2- bet
I make Ct as much imemy an
r'me leot; aper."
You can jrgt the repeated re.
ports that there w.ll.bf a .mOW
soon uhout a h.rIo-heaik lad
who oveftome his hao fauP to be-
come a to a a.ingin st~rnt.
At the age of lUI ri tay
may chang he to ad dot
now he's saying, "I think I'm a
little bit young. to have my fe
story done. I Just don't see how
:they can make a picture about a
-.yeM.oId guy.
e the o'd at K,
:1, woud be s an.6eW' r'
-ella story and" de'sf wan that."
SThe "Cry" lad is makng his
:film bow in "There's N Busness
Like Show Buhinesa," and there's
.an extr kick for him ut of fac-
o ing the cameras at 20th Ce'tury-
"Fi Back in 1949," he told me, "I
couldn't get through the front door
SWhen I once did. they -gave mp
I he 'No Casting Today' lile."
I I have no ookse. I have to get by
on acting." '
That's Van Heflin talking out
loud about baveto rule when an
indi e script pON up. His el-
p lanatoien:
"Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart.
Gary Cooper and Clark Qable are
great personalities and fine actors
as well. But it's rare to find the
combination. M e to get by
on the acting Toid., "
"Alan Ladd, one of the few bi
star attractiofis left n this busi-
ness, caw be ai 'absolute lemon.
People love ie in site of it.
Pwie caR do *ree-ad plcetres
in mw r aid come out a hereo.
But give a* guy named Van Hef-
lin three bid pictures in a rbw,
he reasons, and, "I'd have to go
sell insurance or paint flatg poles
for a livin.
MOVIE CENSOaS _n stop wo_-
trying bout Cornel Wilde's film bi-

ciety by his afietion for his half-
sister, not to mention an assort-
ment of oth~r characters. "will ot
offend mybbdy."- according to Cor-
"It's true that there are censor-
ship problems," he told me be-
tween scenes of "A Woman's
World." "But we've found a good
a proach to Byron's life. Young
people who see the picture won't
get the feeling that there's any-
thing off-color. But the full imply;
cations will be t_,e for adults."
The ant-l.Heywod sentiment
stirred up In Mexico when Dolores
del Rio was denied entrance to the
U. S. to play a starriing role in
"Broken Lance" with Spencer Tra.
cy is termed "bitter" by Rodolfo
Acosta is the handoome south-
of-the,border st 4r 1w 0 to 1as-
wood. who is bing % Unked roma-
tically with An Sheridan.
A rugged character who suggests
Tony Quinn and Jack Palauc b
told me on the "Where the Wind
Dies" set: .
"Doleren has inevo een m*xea
up with enmmenlsbe r0 Ia y.
Se -..mws mau mdemeal, ] e
Ij word of art who Vlbe peItleal
S leua that W[. bo that daem'&
Some untold frets about Acosta,
who may pop the question to La
Sheridan if he obtains his marital
S freedom: holds dual Mexican
and U. S. cttenohlp.
R His Eo glish it perfect, with uB
tracer o Mexican accent in inflec-
tion. ]5e attnded Lincoln High

k talks

woud be C nowte vain,. if I coudi
dr l a cop show5
yeajr aut u mre, don'

Wtier DWinchell
A)'s a famous eatimeng ace one

rd Street (q.blook theI
, a tW i to

Sony-Pl) W killed n
ear 'ast week y eer whn
Aos e a Wishlna on commentator.
How f b ehind the news can
dam people ofgct We reportedem-
desy Fd marry .e etocancer
In p Ror Feb. last d aN.Y.d
montihsbere on the air....
It's a girl at Norti. S h o r e h osp.
id th reht ard (recent "lms-
met' lead) Kleys. ... Latub Q's
pretty Pal Markley wl become a

gehaa busineq-too many stick
icture posteardigiton hs. ier,
i enemy, lyed Welch.

Blrinels whsion ory o"Drcats Ca e
avnthe oe tmmy Don t cnte o
eriat on actress nly, rathe

th the R icy at dd ngh ight
mfet M aine' Sileyado ot' n at
T eLondon arrik Theatre, Vrivn
boar. e a donrt dlame ayone for
tNkinei)c ole wrst of 2 af. te
never p p rreteing i t. My
ambeirtion id Gim. ardaen make
Beds. voersio sof -Drenied Coae
ithanes Ide viaD Joe Loco's

ground om anactress: Sutmone
Sva not given a chace to prove
e a cha* e .S. beiuse woshe
.displayed too much undraped cu-
tiule in E p (posing for movie.
strument lls with ob a tchm). write
from Hllywoea: "With anl my
heart, beleLve me; I wih I could
have case t this countryth on my
merit as en actress only, rather
than the way I did. Every night
while playing a lead t role at
Lond.o's Garriek Theatre, 1 pray.

few l-almed blows of hisn nstu ic-
re n't blame yone for
thinkin the: worst of '8, after
that publiCity, for I, amyse,. have
never stopped regetting it. My
ambition l -to wor hard and make
good. My permit Is denied oa the
ground I am not an 'actras. But 1
am not given a chance to prove
It. Sometimes -my courage falls
me, From my church I asked for-
giveneus and it was granted. Wilt
not Anderica forgive me and give
-me a -cheawe to. be worthy
*ol. America? I have suffered so
much since that.ephide.",
Lway. Cfciu: Sharpest Ino
strument SI ll a ?Wointed Finger.

Bag -Trick
NEW RAVEN. Conn. (UP) -
Dr. Juli xLevi i quickly diane
no case and. 'ame up wieathe
right "pvre ptio." Leyine wV
lured t1 a, edde s with a 2 .
bar. iH routed the- gunman Wi a
few ae-a~lmed blows of his instMu
mnnt bag.

g. 1T M w -Obedb .en i-theAtBa t a spooe a Ia t

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The Record Shop: In the jau choice are his reading of Rachman.
realm, one of the most ambitious inoff's Concerto No. 2 in C-Minor
recording.pr objects is Norman and Brahms' Variations on a
Grapz' monumental task of putting Theme by Palantn. Among An.
"Tbh Genius of Art Tatum" on gels, his is the ottest halo.
record. The first five albums in -
this seles arb.Just out dad they Dick's Picks: Mitch Mller has
are things of beauty. Grapw a a humdiner in a "poeon" (Col-
be hopes, evltay to hve 15 umbia). Alsowotiyo good ear:
tumplad o ithe.stwhs "Auctioneeer '(Lea labl and Mary
would g shelf ar Fod, Capottfol "Sh~oo" (The

This may be hard to believe, (Pete Hanley, Epe) Love Is
but the gal who is the bestselling Yours" (Tommy risco, Mercury);
singer oa albums has jut made "MamR, Mama, Mama" (Tony
her vry first single record. She'i Yravis, RCA).
Joan Roberts, whos sng thefol
mil lead in Oklahom!" IThat Vocalists o a Atypes on albums
was e orgin. rigin. l cast.i -Frances tye ds her saucy
the rst year and still t ; l Halrry Belafoate has an sew

Tever on in ar while," sayseJo LP b lt on Andl; Slim G ard
a pretty blonde in a summr r G ardier an evear on Nor-
dress.Y n; Petty Bennett has a soft
But despite that success a poup on Tre Pd.
"oher big lling s thow Salfri u ,
simply neverot around to m 1 a Ca ando the lte on do inm
is rerds. Unt nouw .a Zvo tgzki jt reOord-
a d n ality, she's n er
recorded a oely ball called a o so m nutistao v o Fa
UeverAlbn ov ie tt rI Ovea U o p .Sla l Ovr-
fro i r rtero, ho rt n teonWestminiterLmoueu
l usta er t er and the Ha"l Phe l noni do

core to sub- o r piano and ohestr
ioiai 's IwsM on ARoe. m Galliar
wit them, though. r, have to ei.
Atan, dhste thit youeful p ap f. A. MZP
pearance, has been In show buA pao U pa mo
Besa quite few years. n te o, te
or pre-"OklahomaI" days, she sadg T. m a
in nlghtlubs. She sfl shudders Fe W
when she thinks of thos seamy-
sided nights-"you tony sooe one U a.rl IiA r
aiode of life and men in night. Uw i
club-Iusk the men who pinh and
heckle. I '. The next meeting of the Ht-h
Then came her first Broadway torcal ociet wi be held on
show "Sunny River," and then Tu ay at 7:0 p.m. at the Ho-
the big hit atnd a whole, procession tel TIvolU.
of lesser hits. She's' been in 35 A n-el, composed of len
musicals--"it makes me soIund s $i6mthe Polleb division and The
ancient to say ilt' She looks far u nama Railroad during con.
from ancient. struction times, will be the fear
"But. I manaedw to live through ture for the evening,
show business,' she says, "andA R resenUng the Police Divl-
still keep ny faith-and my e -gjon will bes May. eorge Hera
ter of gravity." man, who says that he ia a nelw
conmer compared to the other,
Angel, whose slik foreign rP- l t. J. M. Davs, R. J. McKeev-
cordg are thi handsomest pacWs -a and F. I rusenatlerna. On
es the industry. seeNis to th panel for the Panama Raof -
have brought frth a ew cla roud r RE. Hopkins Sr. and
star, too. He's (Gba MAda, 0,a3 K. Miles.
year-old Hungayan pianist who has At the- pat two meetings of
turned in three sins atonl ftcord- b aoclety, tho e educational sy-
aed perforan since hIoos BrItht a m duriafg Construction Da
debut only st March. Lat et and Aneon Hospital were panel
Tchaikowsky's la3o Co rty llscumslgme. In the future. q-r
No. 1 in B-Flat Minor,e tIon uh ets like the history of the ehip-
he's accom"anied by the PhUhW- ing companies on the Isthmur,

A L O A nesira y epr n Panama,
B AG liere. Already listed among thotn Panama and Colo



n and the

oiwnthe croe 4$n bur
siera in the 4fr-B4iem d mboa Room.
(Sal mitikc for danci" frt 7 1 by
Clarence Martin and M Kings.
It's always fun to cue" ta.t nd the
n thee place Le t.!

Gwe hern en tra reasm for ciebrating,
faAe the fasto our pey lar

maaeda bar dri
Favoite ftf-mo p eL

-A Ih i,

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out Hkw I

aintod MA
m in me

inwa n
ahew am e d ethers
"bWestoes. 7M others try

If the tak Is "general" its co .
fld to me huad children
an4 eIohe..very woman p
a be .wll-eduaeted, well-read
Swei4onfrmed eoa curreomt
events, but if there is no man
present you'd never realize it from
their Converstesn,
Women are supposed to b
afraid of revealing tleir brains to
men. Actually, they are far more
afraid o appearing to be "intel.
lectual" when a gathering is atrict-
ly female. For they know it is
women, not men, who look down
on a 'brainy" woman.
And there's always bragging
when there are just women press.
ent-another feminine failing that
is usually well hidden'when there
are men around.
The reason so many women
steer clear of women's clubs lsa't
because they dislike women. But
because they have learned that
women are at their worst when
there are no men around.

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from STOCK
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Single and Double Beds

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A mbasdr Luce

Prodis Apreeimi

On Tdie Issue
ROM July a C(UP) J.
Ambsdor Clae Boothe Lce
said today a settlement of the
eight-year dispute between Italy
and Yugoslavia over Trieste t
near and might come w &Un a
Mrs. ,uoe discussed the Tries-
e problem in arded but hope.
ful term Ju before she left for
a one-month vacation In the
United States.
Asked If a Trieste solution
might be reached during her ab-
sence from Rome, Mrs. Luce re-
plied: "Could be."
Her comment tended to bear
out Belgrade dispatches predict-
Ing an early settlement of the
Itallan-Yugoslav friction over.
oae of the world's touchier spots
since the second world war.
Among Its far reaching ,effects,
it h helped block Italan rat-
ficaon of the Eurolpean De-
fense Community treaties.
She also wpu hopeful about
the eventual Italian ratification
bf the ED pacts.
"The situation n EDC Is muh
better today than anybody be-
lieved It could be aimx'iz = .
go." she said, referrtg to the
government's determnation to
bring the treaties to the floor of
Parliament this month or in the
Mrs. Luce said she expected o
spend mnst of her. vacation at
her Connecticut bomea.

growth of organizations on the
Isthmu are scheduled.
PAll pWops a W in the
bistoly of Panama ad the Ca-
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be- ees t heaw dinner wl be sid ent A M* er Mrs. Frank t presided at her
Staestrwl b h rel d etd at th e ee,- leedas m eve ing aato opreside.
m orrow a Presidesnt o he p o
reat e tmakto ttesnd p with the Geerw as Mrs.Roe Frank Et.te president
h .V r, the At basaader -'the i s returning neat wink
tel, the chiefs of the Amed Forces wit.l6ast r11 B-d1d
the i Reublic and Canal one. Bride sElect Honsed
an will bt presented by .dial invitation t i e grotp to it- Mrs. A. A. Nordstrom, of Colon,
tend the annual tag arty to be, was hostess for a beautifully ap-
S gen to held Sunday, at the 'nion Qub. pointed miscellaneous show
C e r epea drtence of the The new president, Mr. T. J. given at her home in Coln
d States. Butler, Jr., presided at the meet Wednesday evening to honer Mrs.
elaber t can 4e accommodated | in;, and,hopes to have has comn- Ada Lee Wood, whose marriage
f i tnser, if tfey will n a ke mittees and program for the year to Mr. Robert Fretland on Mon-
r reservations by 3 p.m. to- outlined and functioning within. day is of interest to a wide circle
morrow afternoon. Alter th at the next few weeks, of friends.
mr they m ay attend the party, e -
t not or thq dinner. Mason Have Social Evening Pink gladiol were used on the
iThe members of Sibert Lodge buffet table, and refreshments
.' Stotler H ired in G-tun entertained with a social were served after the gifts were
Vqya Party eveuln of cards at the temple opened.
s V. sentertaine.d Wedbesday, evening.
dealert card party at her A door prize, du corsage of or- The guests inclqdeo the mother
F vis residence to bonor chids, the gift of Mrs. Thomas of the benoree, Mrs. R. L. Sulli-
Mi~s- St-Wor, who is leaving rels, wete won by Mr. J. A. Tay- van, and her uttle sister. Patty
ti with her family in lor. Sullivan, with Mrs. ,George En-
thb r re. gSelke, Mrs. Joe Whit- ; Mrs..Julio
.i'e playing cai;r*g the, ladies The members in charge of the Dominguez, Mrs. A. A. A-nolW,
p.ant"ed ter ooor e a surprise, arrangements were Whitman Gar- Mrs. Michael LaCroix, Mrs. Jo-
i aial -shower of 'y ha i d er- trett. chairman, Daroid McllhennY.'seph Noonan, Mrs. Roy Perkins,
1, t. a icker basket. Wesley Bailey,. Harvey Gulickson, Mrs. Fred Huldquist, Mhs., Paul
.guest is ied the ladies William Waray, Bud Cl ark e,, Richmond, Ms: Don Hasse, Mts.-
e 'hird ttallon of the 33rd Thomas Fels, and J. A. Taylgr. Robert Leigh, Miss y ar e t
T'., .--- Leigh, Mn o, H war a"re Amneig"na
o, "TMrs. McCleland Addresses and Mrs. FrHank Day gan
t o, a, --rs. Stutler, with Gat.S Auxiliary
t m afrUara and Ca- Mrs.' E. F. McClelland. was the Mr. Frelland Complhe tated
k abtlaesl4 i ti ua n d.ear ia- interesting speaker at the month- with 8.t g Prty ,
.' ier, beig .stationed on the ly meeting of the Gatun Union A trpadit al stag party was
S U abr ec pat three years church Auxiliary, which met yes- given for Mr. 'Robert retland,
a eat posw,. Tucy will visit terday. She reported 'on Fulton Wednesday evening at the Braos
S re. ,.laes at' Cnareaon, Oursler's best seller, "The Great- Brook Country Club, while hit if-
Ve.. a,) gLoK?.itb, v". goi.g to est Faith Ever Lived ancee w os being honored at a mis-e
i lec s.c,ii, t: oe, V ..ert Misp Rita Howard, guest soloist cellaneous shower.
ef h taid tde .saffl and Com sang "God Bless Americs" and
-Baol. h'There is a Green Hill Far A- Mr. Fretlad is theegolf "pro"
^ . way." She was accompanied by at the Country Club anu 35 mem-
I# aA4, iing Mrs.'McCeUflIhid. bers attended the dinner and par-
ASWnfee AuiarinUS .ty gives, in his honl1r.
'iar. Joapn arnigon as prs- A ban voyage theme was used speehes were made "al
W_. 0of' tne Amqrican Society of at the morning coffee, which pre- present.
'r,; .n. ap. essed His fellow Ro- ceded the meeting, as this was -
itw, at the weekly Cristobal-ite lasi. meeting for Mrs. J. W. L. Special Attractionsd
(4lo!sijotary m.eritein9g at toe Graham, wife of the pastor of the At Hotel Washington
..u i rday. IChurcii, who is returning to the' Because of the Holiday week- Room
S. arrin gLon I is with States. A clever little hip with; end there will -e a number of spe-g
ri? in tpc Free Zone, is the miniature figures, to represent cial attractions at the Hotel Wash-
M ElStLPreui&%1 of tke soaeiyl the tamilywere uaed with a floral' inglon This evening there will be
01 14i olaP Me to.i4idecoatloi.- bullet in the bar-and Ivan
Statm SL of the history and work I Mrs. Florence Let was chair- ThorpelI trio will be featured
itae society, and extended aoff- man ,ad was assisted by Mrs. C.j Ighiy.
k; LI An- *The Independence Day ball will
a ni to M nv be held In the Florentine Room
~m awn, eturday evening,

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dkce iwedar taxes

Ju. 2 -(UP) shouted bak: "Why dt you
)tt nIlut'decisivly'f 4a and ."ak yiS "
a aew last-minute .at- Joh son. pushing .or Sp:.oval
i- eutpersonal income tax- of his amendment kdlng most of
.ati t Ip WlI the hepat I the stock dvlydend proposal ar-
'it.NlOenh6wir'h plan to ed that hk TresauTc<"oud not
special tax relief to stock- afford the estimated 400-mllion-
er. dollar- loss In anual revenues.
J 'double-I a r r e I e d action Approval' of the amendment
'i s the. Senate pushed to-.was assured when Millikin an.
taul pai o f din LouRed hj dAd not intend to fight
M" ; Iil1ll L,. a ik a L- --A

Elks To Celebrate- Fourth ...
r Tne Elks Home at Bx-azos
Heights will be the scene of a
Fourth of July celebration Sun-
day. There will be sports, games
and pony rides for the' children
from 10 to 4 p.m.
A picnic lunch W1ill be served
all members pad their families.,

en. Butler, 76,
Dies At Bethesda
--Sen. aug1.utler veteran Re-
b'isinai-f "h'lobraka. died of

The b Lm1ust go to a amendment "to conference" with wimsve cerebral hemorrhage
com Men a f t her1r House. last"night at the BethesdaM, .,
fe r Ak patsed by the Honse, the tax Naval Medical Center. He was
defeated 50,to 33 .an reform bill wuld exempt from 6., '
,'by Sen. Russell B. taxation the first $50 received as
.) which would have dividend incom lin the first year __ I I I
fut of $0 tO indlvi-1 o the new tax law. After that the
.,$4) reduction to mar- figure would jump to $100. : .. //AA
1AlingW a joint return, i . .,
~ird tax*ctt proposal' The House provlston, aWa-wslds
y -t Senate 'in two (permit stockholders' e ( 5 t4-.Kdlb/
-,.': per. cent of their divide odincome
It.lag1 n 1 was offered by from their tax bills nla the first
Republican leadership year and 10 per cent t after.
haery an4 defeated primar- As originally draft iJohn's -
wDmoerta swho wanted to amendment would have knocked
:t-oUgh their own'i mre li- out the" dividend- r prviNsi ,r
proposal. Bait tepublcans entirely. A 'last change,
ne'o accept the Democratic however,' left in he 'provision ex.
San]b6th lost, on 40 to 46 cluding the first WI of dividend \.. '
income from taxion.
Hea Democrats joined 41 le- The part eli miBted would have
as, to defeat the Long a- allowed, person receiving divi-
fioet. Voting, for it were 30 dend income t .subtract the /
mocratsj IMi- Wayne .M o r s.eper cent from qil tax bills.. /
d-Ore~id t wo Republicans--.-., The Senate : /
I. Tillit m Langer 'and' Milton -1, ApprovedL'a-puse,*provision
tL- of rth Dakota....... to give a. 4 .ta.qreak to
re vote, on the Long heads of houselds, s u c h as
e2dment, the Sehte' approved widowers -or widows- maintaining .
to 13 an amendment .by. Sen.! a household with. dependeaotp. 4
wi C.- Johnsdo (D-Colo.) to They would be given the income. .
ie ou$ most of the administrt- splitting benefit now allowed mar-' Pf W1 P SI/N
o plan to grant .tax. relief n red couple . . .
ome fI o stock dividends. Approved an amendment by .- -
uring against 'thb' Lnbag a- Sea. Fat 'McCarra (D-Nev.) -to, .
dIent chairman. Eugene D deyr Income tax exemption to any I
k (R-Colo-.) of the Finance organization king a contribu-
alite Warned 'that it VWo la on to subversive individuals or
ae a "Warsh burden" on. te groups. McCarran said it was '
paaury by causing a $1,400,000, aimed. at tax-exempt foundations.
loss in revenue.' 3. Apprbv ah* amendment-y .
les. Hubert H. Humphrey. (D- Sea. Jot J., Williams (R-Del.)
an.) and Paul H. Douglas (D. giving the Justice Department
) needled Millikin over the fait and the FBI authority to inves-1
It Wednesday he- had sponor- I tigate alleged irrelarities by .......
an amendment almost identi- Internal Revenue B -r teau em-
to the Log proobtal. ployes. WiflUatir said' te f tfhe I
When Millkn] observed that. he 'reasons behind, recent .tax. scaar
a "quaking and shaking" over dals was that only the Treasury
' Pospen t of having to" hetese could investigate 'fraud by tax
tr ga debt limit,- .Do u glas officials. ...

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House Handse M Ike- Surprise

Victory On Farm Price Bill

WASHINGTON, July 2 '(UP)-; Speaker Joseph W Man Jr.
The ,House handed4; President El- (It-Mass.) urged acceptance of
senhower a prtial apd surprise the Harrison amendment to avoid
legislative victory today when it a presidential veto. He said "You
tentatively approved a' .comprom- kow and I know there is. going
ise version of 1 s fletihie farm to no legislation unless t Is
price support' program, agreeable to the President of. the
By a 179-164 vt,. the House ap- United States."
proved the adiMnistrption.s com ,
prices at 82' Vi to sUppOrt farm B.utt Democratic House 'leader
prices at 82 %to W0 per cent of Sam. Rayburn Tex.. who called
parity on five, basic crops next f!O Another year of high supports
year. The action-is subject to a sd the economy has slowed
roll call vote tomorrow. dow because farmers have stop-
The surprise: vote, came after pod, buyig -tk said- they .-are
confident Iar, bloc congressmen, "worried" about the future..
who had been. u osh'otlng for a "Take the scare and the Indef-
year's extension' of the present luitonees and indecision out of the
fixed 90 per cent support pro- government and the farm pro-
gram, shouted down the adminis- gram," he said, "and we will see
tration's original, request for ate proe .ityof this country rise
flexible 75-90 per cent support and r:l;siI tped of fal'tImd fall."
program. Rep. Carlt An errses t(Minn.),
The tcomprom~ise, aimed at fore- a farntl leader, told- IeHouse
stalling a presidential veto of the Mr.'- Imsebhower won 'e ls'lt i o n
"catch-all" farm bill, would per- campaisnig for hig h t
mit the agriculture secretary to lHe SU ."Let' s t pt .b e o*.'t.
get supports next year at any- pIled e *o 'Presidenti madI "ti
where from 82% to 90 per cent lect U Republican Palty." .
partly on wheat, corn, cotton, .p "
rice. and peanuts. Meawhile, Sen; M I lboot R.
The vote came after Republican Yourt .J-.) a sate farm
HNouse Leader Charles A, Hal- .blc leader, tol a repmrWte
leek (Ind.) made a dramatic plea gnatlo da a'more aggreslv
for support of, the compromise a- agrcul deM ary aS' -aso t
meindment. mmteorea,0dA_--.te ai.tnm, price
"Whether' it's bad politics or suiI a m..l e rry : t
not,"/' Halleck said, "I know it's V. "41- :
the right thing for the country doer nr o Dqle ateo
and the rightkthbg for the farm- 0 l ea iI ll0ec m'
0iOhd Pam to support it." m.t11ue
onges tmenr,4dS e compromise SercL arBSe -
plan a vr -st 4'l toward et. gn
away from rigld, high .s aupnortsi .u lo .
which, he said, were designed on-in ne le !*' p-
ly as an emergency wartime mea- port Lamtin. s
The compromise was offered by tlleader said the adminiatra-
Rep. It. 'D.Harrison (R-Neb.) as tion.reOquit has "n other. -
a substitute for a provision in the roe. th to con ue.the .Macn;
"catch-all" farm bill to extend 9p .g of the present farm program.
per cent parity supports on the VYoug .aid it appears some ad-
five basic crofp for another year. ministration officials "wil' sto
The extension plan was proposed to almost anythir to have theqr
by the House Agriculture Commit- way about flexible' prie a u p-
tee. porls." 'h t
Earlier, the House had reject- ,
ed 159-121 a move by Rep. Charles -u i i k.
W. Vursell (R-Ill.) to kill manda- Clrit Churcs-
tory supports on peanuts. He O s_ eyL . A
charged the peiput supports don't To0 sey JUly
"make sense'-annd have cost the r- .
government more than 10 mil- A special service in obserance
lion dollars. of the anniversary of the Inde-
The show of strength on the pendence of the U ited Stats of
peanut vote ahd made farm bloc America will be conducted at
congressmen more confident than Christ OCburch By-the-Sea, Go-
ever-that theycouldkill the Pres. Ion, on Iunday evening, begin-
ident's flexible support .plan. A nine at 7.130 o'clock.
Number. of iB-c i tt Democrats Officiant and preacher will be
had said they would vote to con- the Rev. Mainert J. Peterson,
Utnue 90 percent supports, rector of.the prlbsh, who will al-
HoweverA-Abut 20 Democrats so be celebrant at the early Zu-
jumped emnce to vote with ad- charist at 6 a.m., and celebrant
',ministraWtt Republicans on the and preacher at the .9 -o'lock
issue. . .', Choral Eucharist.

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3:00-;u Jayuuq It. (Re-
ses-glean phone be-
10:30-Lo don Studio Recitals
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11:00-Platter Party
11:f0-.Moonlgbt Serenade
12:00-Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, Jaly 3.
E:00-S OOn .- The Alarm
Club' (Requests -
ple a 0oe before 7:00)
8;1S- r Bryant And His'
8:30-Musical Revlole
9:1--Qacred'Heart Program
9:30-As-I' h-It
10:00--News i
10:05--Off The Record (Requests
11 geas phone before *:301
11:Q-Off The Record (cont'd)
11 .l10-Meet The fntertalner
12:05-Lunchtime Melodies
12:30-rNew Tune Tie
1:15-Perry Comno Show (VON'O
1:3f-Hllbilly Tmbpree i
2:00-enVti ufeal eCapers
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