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Average Mr. and Mrs.'Joe Zoinah unitedd States citizens, wer
.w.rs today ovr their une*labifto ie' the Canal Zone.
.Disturbd over reconmanedation of the General Accomutijng.I
SAlh thefr cut their leave and eventually replace them with lsi
S.Zon were: ,
1) S lpy about their~t. .
S2) theA eA l ,aWiflliamnA. N" ,
datee of Auditis;
s 3) tm y to."fightfor' er rights."
tOtWMe Mr aybo'a er
oto quit about the
dtey 8 &a re- thu to Bay:
an Wth local raters is "Per IMr. Newn
AmorkanoL abuum..la peaf tWform. ht
takk A t~ p ake poverty
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8 .45 MADON AVE NwYO. R 71 ," Laryngitis A acK K
S Ine -NTHS. IN ADVANCIR.. "BO i WA00 DE, OES
,.^..---------BY WADE JONES .-
1 U UO ~ With all the tro lble the Rus-
.... sians are having Ilthe atellite -.'.
counWtres, they; are batting. one
H E-' M A IL -ut for an u ort e's. r st of ....
circumstances, Lkited States
The Mail Box ,s an open ferum forreaders of The Panama Amer- propagandists would be taking
Lette s are received gratefully gnd are handled in a wholly coni- advantage of Russithe wan ard luck
in every part of the world.
lIfrl mceu.* a.let#&detbeIatt 'M rthe What a glorlousr opportunity
tMont ut -$ 't [nd acn& thle '
at day. Lottees are published in the order uceav.Ai
Plemeey to keep the letters Himited ta ene. In ien.s Itt4rs rhk
Ideal ef lefter wTirs le held in stritet confide that the workers and fa ers "
This Mewsape Er anumns mn responsibility for statements es opinions were rising in barelisted revolt
preed a ilett er. from reeer.L against the Iron regime of Mos-
0Made to order for the Voice
WE WANTA HELP TWO of America.
,. And what of the subjct-ppo ..
A r Sir: es behind the Iron vur. in,
sitting with their ears glu 4t'
Gorsh. I jist iound a old copy of a newspaper and it says their clandestine radios l. ;-
are that Mr. Newman says the Canal employes shoudnt eele ing for a word of help and guld-
tt they are being crusified. Thars the word it said cruslited. ance from the voice of Uncle
Iw Im reel surprised at Mr. Newman because that is a strong Sam? What are we telling them?
rd and nobody down here has used that w Id yL nc Im right Nothing o next to nothing. *.
tappoinld that Mir. Newman should use Lh~t fef word. I Right at the liL moment when
ie thatihe doesrt want us to wait till th, 1fot flhns outen the Kremlin w iziegan spring- I ,
Ir wounda before we start hollerin. By the time you geL nailed Ing cracks all over the place, "
Sthe wti, yellin don't do no good nohow and the time to begin we were caught without even a .- i4 f
* yell, looks like to me, Is when the old man reaches ler the screw driver to widen them. -
a it after yer panf s has been dusted. Dont do no good The Voice of America has an ....*,
an iffen you yell hard enough soon enough mayoe you acute case of laryngitis. *
t get dusted so hard. An Mr. Newmk.n oughta know that. Harried by investigations and -'.-
tgA great big tealer like that now, iffen he ever yelled he shore resignations, its morale shot, "
Id make a lot of noise. An he has yelled and by gorsh it done Its personnel slashed, be Sta Ia
fe good fr him. Got his name in all the papers and influenced Department informa
A tta copgressmen in Washington and must&a-maoe him.a lotta gram is in no position t
nids two up there on account he got a perm6tion. Guess may- out for America. '
his yemn hasnt made many friends down here but he don't This hardly seems gIstent
here so maybe he don't mind that so much because he is in with the hope expred bome
tter position now to yell even louder. And by' gorsh if Zen he Administration leade v ent-
back and really yells hes liable to blow the lock walls down uplly to roll back the :.Cur-. .
thJy ouldnt dpnobody no good. tainThe .ad .t -t .-,o .l k4Mo- -
But in this new job of hisn he got a reel chance to do us "nagan'a viewpo6nt--seemi tis be' 0 .-H,
reel good. These GAO de.imral point pushers has got to that the uprisings of kers *
there report to him and they better write it the way he against Ccmmunist exp lotion v ,
s aIt writ or the next audit they do will likely be in Nome in occurred while the wer .
And that aint like Panama in February not by about Administration was in te-.pro-
Sdegre .give or take a hall dozen one way or other. aram by taking it out ro uc- nomt
But Iffen "Mr. Newman wants to do us and Uncle Sam some der the Department of Stte. ,
hq in a better position now to do it than ever. And I like That could be a y
I that reelsood because most of us here feels the same thing. i i '" .
s. Yesiree, we want to do Uncle Sam some Rood two cause The BrIt1s..Ajfi cautin1 iA 50...;; ',. '
fieel"bat what good fer Uncle is good fer us. Seems like I portion, whiob. des "anm' w .... .-'
that somewhere. No by Gorsh. What I read was like whats fective job o-saelljn the T i a i
1ied fer General Motors Is good fer Uncle Sam. viewpoint on the Interna .. &- Ther ditl. t't l" l l-hg l'
* Anyway. I was talking it over with the boys back of the barn airways, operates entirely a a untry when Director' a Pr1* e'abbe tw 4 4k..'9 t,
mndi dairy whar I works and they pointed out that iffen from the British Foreign f HfW. reehil sat down at bW dh k d i =le -r
.N an had his way there wouldnt-e ny Mindl dairy on We do need a rehabilita teld a lette- to jovial Mhael V .
he says we could get our milk in Panama. Now he should Voice of America loud a ,at time W aor ddf s t : .An
tern thatt. en hi assistant Mr. mn msqrierma Jer and full of. confidence -= S ...
Like th4t ho is now a decimap r fr nwe need it sDn. The r t irth a
oulda tolehim that there Isnt evenerfg in n- letter. JO U k 'an aband
S e Panamanians and that American kids like milk and controls a would
itt added sos thu ?.eos,
nation s b 1,1of wella
-1 An there is a lot of other things Mr. Newman said which jist I ar'
t so nohow an I could point them out but I aint got no more auaI. Th epubllea
e on account its time let the mUlkkh. .lt, iffen Mr. Newmatan on ut coolto 1 A 4
ld do what right fer Uncle Sam there aint no one of his to lite to .adviceof
leg would complaint all because that's what we want two.. ala,
e as he akee i that what rncommnds don't -t
lam laterfter he has diW us off alia, by of a "
really hurts ine more it hurts you son and Im sorry By OSWALD& JACOW r -and a not 1
I t. Written for NA o.erv uOess
-Sadeye Sam. And the new deft as
,wais It didn'; even,
TOMORROW NIOHT ANOTHER In th ""e t oe ;= I,
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FREEBEER and MARTINII PATTY ka lttWht conomie
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DRAUGHT BEER OR DRY MARTINIS YOU CAN UOUTH (D) he.-Ia. m nt
S DRINK FROM 7 TO 8:30 ,.. ." ,, A.1 L oer. in all
$ PAYS FOR YOUR DINNER $1.00 VAA: b
ANIf THE MARTINIS OR ,,I ri" ) '1 V n 1 0wftto a how M h
S(i '. 00, f tNorth-South.vul.
TOMORROW'S SPECIAL DINNERS sau ws ..W ake t he a v cuseases
BPAfETTI AND MEAT BALLS HUNGARIAN GOULASH 4 Double R bl. Pa n wa Wam4 44 a to on n
D CORBINA FRANKFURTERS & BOSTON 4 9 Pass Pa s Pads p L
BAKED BEANS .... .. OpemIlea d- 1ron authority
SIORIEAT-NIOHT FOR GET-T O'T iR e ti of.
MUSIC FOR DANCIN4 u by'to. ,. ,, ofs operrices
---w by b~ddlng of tHle North Take aluminum. Aluminum
player in today's hand. He over- merica 4s2mJn-_ announced
Did 198 hand by about the Value r -- ou d
'We were the only team tp
DIAM O Nbid .thl boa 'to game," dm-
D A N ,~Di ents Paul M. Hpmmel, of Uni-
S. t ofJuabhie. CurlotMly
a precLous gem. Buy your diamond witl. 're tM. ontral smitde
nd discrimination. We offer finest quality'stones ex. fat thk he was app r Inty r .* '
lu ~ely. We-also offer complete nfC domd to lose two spaces, two T o=OGJasMu (aCvL"
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tour diamond in our magnifying'I6gTtrument hkn'
you will appreciate our use of th ~l'ri .
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For Instance -9 x 12 size
SALE PRICE ................ .. $117.30
stealing Rosaries .......... 150 9.5(
Sterling Bracelets ........... 24.50 12.50
Hundreds of Sterling Pins, Necktlae, Earrings,
etc., etc., -
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TEA and COFFEE Sets, CANDIRA IREiAD
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AUTOMOTIVE NEWS, JULY Mr
Mr. Used Car Buyer
;'T Can 'ti" tter The .
HAVE: THE- PICK-OF-THE-PAC
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Leave your Ad with ouc n of ur A senl ur out eff'ees in No.' WI "
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Coji q
LEWIS $gRVICE : "N O'EI.ADES ATHIS" CARLI$M
LIVia L.pef' Nn No Plamb. R. P.
No. 4 Tivli Ave.-Phone 1-2291i d ,. (eum a lata t heae g 1mi,0ls 4-
MORRISON'S Ag:n:ia Internacional de Publicaci)nes
Fourth of Juiy Ave.-Phone 2-044 No. 3 Lodtery Plaza Phone 2 91P p
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS 1SOR5
Househpid Automobiles. .as'w-s b.ve0^. ,
Ask About Our FOR SALE-Duty free 1950 Mercury. 3051 A C. H
C RISTMAS CL dition. Tel. Fred irltI. 3.0010.'DR. WENDEHAKE. Imdal Clinic. In. C
"B0or.Amerine"- --Central Avenue 'K" Street car. Phdne
m ra FOR SALE: Odsmoi 88-. '51. ner Te phone 2-3479. Panama. a e reI'
Panama Colon -- black. two door. 5 passenger. Good .--- -.
O $..E:-.Russel Wright dishes, cAndit.on. goead tires. c "be fi- Ask About Oui a|letiU -7e S io 9lS
y during table with chairs, nenced. Telephone 83.. 97 efter THRF STRIKIS to ectric Icebox g
t en mahogany book cases. 4:30 a m. CHRISTMAS CLUB ratee d.el d
days 83-3110. 1FOR SA :__. ...zor # meriano'""4.567, Pedftpg
S IE :- -We stin,,,'t ous e. refriger- sell, du .y peid, is M nor. -- T T E" N i' i .
9 ft. 2 Cy Porcelain 000 m eI like 4 0 cash. A VISIT TO THE SAN BLAS Z.e.om ,refr ir
o0,00. Call 2-3062 Balboa. remainder may be financed. Phone ISLANCS! AUGUST 7. 8., 9 rages. Balboa 2
0"o#.B, Williamson Place after! 3-4655. The trip of your life. A Jungs Jim we.k, .....
_. ----- Jaunt thru the Panama Canol to Co-
4:00 p. m. FOR SALE;-,1942 Ford Four Door Ion, Son Bias and Porlto e'lo! A 3 fOR RENT
RSAL LE: --- Mahogany Settee, Sedan. Peda Miguel Fire Station. day trip cboard the Hot: El Panama''
Lounge Chair -- both with Woven Phone 4- 1. ~ JPesY.dora. La, i .l H .., A f(
SPlastic Uphcl.tery, Two Chars with FOR SALE:- 4 wheel drive, ex- .; n.arrive Colon p. m. avr, .
SWoven Cotton Fabric Upholstery cel ent con on, new paint. Clay-' o;on 9:50 p. m. for So i *!and ondi OR RENT: Modern ch Ital.
all matching; two straight chairs ton 4268. Po:to Belle, turningg Colon Sundayl pltely furnished; three ii
and three tables not matching. .-- ote;ncon. Through titr Cronlt Mqn- hot water, etc. 17th St.; nft ,
Full width bed and springs. Tel- FOR SALE: 37 Buick Coupe me-day 6 a. m. retrni.ngo to Ba'boh. 1N. 72, just off 50th St. TeL. 3-
Sephone 83-3197 after 4:30 p.m. chanically excellent. Upholstery Meals catered by El P.riamd. Bring 5585, 'Rfe sinces..
R SALE:-ibrary tble. 2 wicker poor. Phone4-567. ___- sacks, sho:.;, bath:ngsuit,. jcket, .R REIT:-2 bedroom chdat1.liy-
Schirs Wicker toabe. Mahogany FOR SALEa- 1947 Mercu y Sdan flippers and specrs for unde.woter ingroom, porch, dini.igropo h-
Sdining table. 2 mahogany table $475. Phone -Balboa 2506 often, fitshng, and your camera and rolls ri,~ r~te, No. 4, So i ;s
:amps. Cabinet. 2 end tables, 3 I p. m. or Balboa 1273, onytime.1 .' coor f o T".resrva- ,stt facing Til same
l 7 tdo n s c O r ly th r Oum P l aa v e l m a ire r s e irvt f c n il e F d oes -
tiers. Allv wool plain grey 12 x 15 FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile Hy-; eor Jure J Pan. u s
Srug. cheap. Telephone 2-4175 dramatic drive, white woll tires. oma 3'- 0 Spciolal Or4oupsF RfENT:--Two chalets, 3 ;A&
after 4:30 m. House 356 Apt. radio. Excellent cond tion. 2157!of 10 to 16 people a -l rg reps liVingroom- dirgil n,
..Ancon Curundu. -- ----- mail's rco, garage., ht wfer.
RALE: Frigide, 25 cycle. FOR SALE:- e 1952 M'rur Jult built, San Francisco de la C-
'OR I T yo leta. Parama Viejo road and 7th
tee c ilffHonier, 2 steel bed frames, Monterrey hard top convertible ,with o ur r erc.'sIot, T lpo Ve Ool 7th
S"n iomps, glpwor, work yellw 4 xnelleirtc'di- ALMACN ,LA Per M inu. elepl-one 3-3005.
_tb h l day Thrsy,house tionr, all 've ro viguel Oispn- Ctal Avenue I NT: Gis will share house in
2490, 9Blboa, phone 212623. scary from 8 toT 12 ion, 4674. a W .YO..L- .1*e Vista. Call 3-0659. ..
t ,o MIAMI & 'EW YORK Vii'AREA
R SALE:-Westinghoue refriger- F SALE:-951 Chevrolet 2 tone Boeing 4 engine planes. iway FOR tENT.-Comortable to bd-
'ator, 25 cycle, 7 2 cubic fet reen, fully equipped, $1,425. to Miami: $70.00 Rauni-Trlp room house. Via Espa a 2020. El
Spernit. 1523-C, G uornt or n Balb s 8777 Apt. L Williamson Place, $126.00. One-wayO to w York: Carman.
AvqllablE immediaely. FOR SALE -~ convertible Hill- PANAMA ACI' V FOR RENT:
ft. -oadspot, 9 ffer t J Gerage Casino, 291
r. Both 25 cycles, $50.- Central enue, Pan rra.
6'f end $75.00. Phone Balboa --- '- L ATTE-IION G. I.. furni hed ;; .
/'- *- FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Oxfcrd, 4 r= J one. two- three bedroom peart-
"--- d r, duty paid. God condi-icn, II mnt. Hot, cold water. Cld. .-
SALE:-Luxurious Peruvian din- i 775. Tel. Panama 2-1538, days. mlan 4941.
i. oorn set, complete. Very irettly. -
F r.rico.Boyd Avenue No. 1, phone FOR SALE:-1950 Studeboker. Ex- FR RENT.- Two bedroomn furnished
-1516. cellent condition. 16,000 mites. TAUkA eportment In Belle Vista. Hos
Low a tmer.t. Liberal terrs. I M- Sol. Ave. Juse Ares, m, u
1 48:0 -Com Beds (Ca- Call1 -1i .
i 2.00 Scrificing Ward SALE N rr d. -Pat ,lCon O RB T:-NI c4l
robes from $18.00 and China reclining seat bed, ,t-. 1950 H-r- t ,n 'Albt-ni Arirtnt
SClt:ets from $45.00 (Overstccked) ley4 Deidson "74" 1-,, draglice, to- FOR SALE .-WhIpo he .r (EEuedor & Mexico A e.I'
T-bles from $3.50; D:n:ng Sets ley-Doavds6 "74" lydrcglide, al! e. U ss' i bedrooms; living and diningroom,
ts from $35.00 (Overntocked) parts extros. P. H. 2227. Kells, At-, cc. ~n d*ition $1t0 Noy ea ga ge and mald's ream. Slinhs St.
$ $69.00.ElectricSto35ves to brook S .No. 10. Tel. 2-2419. Chompsour.
teed)-N .'. i sAI.-R-E.; e ;I d .v- dn o.apartme-nt,o I
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DEIIEALERS IN NEW &l
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FkR-SALE: 2 bedroom chalet. 2
bathrooms, livingroom. din ngroom
-uitchen, garage, porch for leun-
ddring. Ernesto T Lefevre Avenue
No. 86, Parque Lefevre. Telephone
W- SA"L:-Chalet $3.500 with 5.-
000 M2 lots, completed to order in
three months. Write Box 1142.
j Boats & LIotors
S SALE:-22 foot fishingg cruiser
H. P. Willys boa jeep motor.
P & rfect condition. Sleeps two. Call
1mnlev. Balboa Yacht Club, 2693
S# Panama 2-2341.
SALE: 13 foot boat, brand
3 garden chairs. House 1550-
#thbo, phone 2-1358.
SALP:--Cushhtn mentor scoot-
55.00, Morgarita. House 8200
-j or Crlst!h!L-3-1345.
-a: Motarycles 53 Areil
.'l n Excellent condition. Will
for car. House 2136-A, Cj-
oi potent, serious maid.
3*3rd StrZt. corner of
, i ED: Maid. Housekeeping.
ing and caring for three chiI-
i hone 25-3512 at l
4 ,semau. .. -
SrON. Me. WP) lack
WANTED OfIce fei k fi ir- Va Ci r lean Itest _model.1 'i l -
TYlddelg, shorthed-typIng,tillnV. & n Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner F
Should hOve pIrfect i ow'd- rec ~ltionad; Typewrier, Royal t
English and Spanish, o.;n 12" marriage; Typewriter. Rcy.l F
both langufes, lenientory ac- Standard; Adding Machine, Re- -
counting if bible. Expnnrinced ',ington-Roand; Electric Fan, 25- F
person I I cycle; Steel, Floe Satf, irrpof.
Westinghou Refrir, a
-"'l W. p, porcelain. 9-foot, 25-cycle: War-'
W ANTED ing Blender; 2 Pressure Cookers FOR r.*-Furnished 2 1dro ,,
A TE I Portable electric Singer Sewing' a ,nt. 6ella Vista, 48th $t.
Mielanfnu Machine, many oata:hments. No. )7. Jel, 3-3806.
esA tal Gr; der. stone & wire wheel; R i n for two
Ask About Our Scuih B'-nd Loahe, screw cu:ting, room tl nt for two.s.
9THREE Ti, 9 3-iow and 4Ajaw chucks ,.
CHRISTMAS CLUB Sleady, Rest. Follower eRt. other' ,
,"Izarn merigtno' acces-or c' 7 natorn: 25-cycle a
WA onoTrE "Woln : 60-cycle; 3 V.ccdcn storage Cab-
WANTED TO BUY:--Ccnte mx ;net.. one of them wired for heat-
TO:BUY:-Ccn.-t it crs: 3 Metal Cabinets: 2 Paris __0__]111
er. 1-3 or 1-6 yards, in gcod con Cabinets, steel. with p rul d
edition. Tel. 3-2628OR Rsteela Vista18 pull dr, clean .
S- ers each. Melded Plywod Beat 14' ORv R :'Ihia V n tae, c lea
WAN'tED:-Vacotion q carter. Seot.j licensed for 6p assengers, ets EI* rV 'tar. n f43 Itlrd lt. .
Ehltrt r5 'lr rotor.. 43rd St. No.
First through Nov. 15th. Dablo f11ed with beckress. 2 laddlm, 13. .
5083-A. Coa 2-3429 seat curblens. telle. Beet nd!_ l
WANTED:TO -RNT 2 IedO t*le fedey mede. 10-HP Ii- FO RET: .i fully furnishe
furnished apartment in Bello Vi ta de et erd moe. Al t oom, ltch pr es Bells VIs-
vicanity. Call 3-0669. seold a graIup. 2 V-8 Ford r -i fe. Aklo Ae. 69 near 43rd St.
WANTED T B girne Blocks; 3 100-lb. kegs fence PhonO 370553.
WANTED TO BUY: One baby', staples: 2 Nautical ports. 12"
crib and mattress, wo chsts of clear vision, in bronze frme NT
drawers. Balboa, phone 2-6315 or Water tank. copper. C0" long. F R lREN I T,
2-6373. conloured to fit inner form of
---- launch. Hall Valve Seat Dresser. -,Ma
m Aany stones, arbors. In metal case FO0 RiNt: 1953 Plymouths I
E Hall Valve Dresser, 2-cycle motor; NewYYork. WIIl di tva and picks
CWoo 3 Attachments and steel cabinet; up aF er t etehoL G. E. Audy
Sioux Voive Dresser. universal mo- 2001 Vpnburqn St., Wilming ,
tar. Attachments include rocker ton.
arm dresser; 2 Grease Buck et
LJ. faa,. -ptiper type:. 1 Bronze Boat Pro.
oller, adght Hnond, 25" x 20;
Fishing ret suitol for seln-
COLON, July 30 -The Coo- CoalChain H$.0.-0 ,
loab Police ball committee has Hoed Weltmer, Hod. .
,=On, peparnaa roe aWd .es. Telephea e 6-57.
aeda that attend the ball tatFOR SALE-1952 Mrr Convert
will be held at the Montco ible. 7,000 r.I~es $800 00. 25 cyl.
OGwd n on Saturday. The mu- Westinghcuse reftigrctor. Both
a will start t :0 p.m. and g condition. Tel. 2-2388 after.
e continue.-, u ..*6W 00. .
IFORSALE: -- Fine canaries. Police
Muc will be urn ed by dog. Enquire Agencas Cosmos.
;e.Prto Rlan Orchestrfr Telephone_2-4721. _
Wla F"SA":-19. ,Chevro.e
Jrade .' rsllde 4-door n. pdln,
d or ers and undersealed. Excalien
Dflo Ceballo. Imnerial Oruebe itn V4,350.00. G. E. Port-
Swill pay h ltst. A floor s hochine 25-60 cycle
how from Wild ing A lttobi-,,
Swill a Fhrou0ut FOR SALE: Smoll upright piano.
he evening. Chesterfield andchair set. table &.
. 4 chairs, Ped I 212-C
se-' Cw rande. 4-543. 1
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Boae to at
week FOR SALE--25 Cycle Commercial ed on<
aM b? Convertible to. 110 vos. 60 cycle, vle~
Sltr rr a four t Dl k
i 101, donated by COA.
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e1EE r -i men, 0.Carol, 4'i, and their father Donald,
..1i i.ire? fre Id I alo victim, check the converted bus in which
1 mnnT M.touraoft dbuth hV. n, Barlow,
a coba8Oe fltl tbe us with all the comforts of home so hids
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LLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- some hand-holding at a Paris
7l v6ly Yours: "The Life and nitery.
Ii a of a Great Dane," Stephen
L street's biography of Lau-; Tony Curtis' 12-year-old broth-
ri" ;elchlor, is due for publica- er, Bobby Schwartz, has been
ti ext spring with the novel- getting studio offers, but Tony
Ist d the opera star planning has put his foot down about a
to oduce a movie version. movie career for the lad. Bobby's
ritz has agreed that it will a younger replica of Tony.
be neas the Jolson flimbiogra- -
ph as done. with a compara- Mitzi Gaynor's denying rumors
,I unknown actor playing that she's about to take the or-
b nd Melchoir's own voice ange blossom, route with Jack
on e soundtrack," Longstreet Bean, an advertising man, this
reveMed at a Mocambe cocktail way: "We're not even officially
party honoring producers Rita engaged "
Allen slid Archie Thompson.
who will produce "Las Vegas." a INSIDE REASON
mu*cal be has co-authored with Inside reason for Lady Mary
San dCoslow. Lawford's trip to England Is to
TW entire filming, says Lone- try to talk the Britlsh govern-
strebt. will be done in Europe inent into releasing some of the
'where we can use some great family money that belongs to her
opera voices and utilize $2,000,- and her son. Peter Lawford. For
000 in frozen funds." i years. the Lawfords haven't been
:able to draw more than a small
There's a legal separation pa- fraction of their frozen fortune.
per 4rawn up by a top Hollywood
attorney that will part Zsa Zsa Unsettled Holly wood note:
Gabor and George Sanders the Menifee I. Johnstone. one of
minute they sign it. But Mifs movletown's top women agents.(
Two Z and Sanders. who asked has bowed out of the 10-per cent
for the document, can't bring game and is now working as a
themselves to put their pens to practical nurse
p-- Reason for the shot given to
Atio Ray's luming over his her every morning by a medic on
suspensionn from Columbia for 12 the "Kiss Me Kate" set was that
weep as punishment for telling Kalhryn Grsvson Is run down
a Hollvwood scribe that the stu- and needed the vitamins to get
dio didn't give him any exnen-e through each day's arduous
momw on hi.t tour with "T ct's'dancing and singing.
Do it Ayaln Studio rplls it "bpd
fat." But Aldo has empty Jane Powell is suddenly and
ts. mysteriously out of the cast of
"Hit the Deck" and the.studio's
XK IO DOWN AGAIN testing newcomer Ann Crowley.
who doesn't have a divorce case
Mario Lpnza's pals say that the comlne up.
tenor will be bark in the social
swim and seen" people aga'" When the Pentagon permits
after he shed& another 20 Reed "Racket Squad" Hadlev to
pounds. When Lanza is Mr. tell about the top-secre. military
Dreat Bloat, he shuts himself film in whleh he starred in the
sway from everybody 1 South Pacific earlier this year, it
will be fqAt wq'stWff. Right
Nora Eddineton w.i all set to new ol 'lV Itespetor Brad-
cut the ties that bind her to-Dick 'dock. Preddet lisenbower and
Heymeq ,ntil her mind flashed the multary'shighest bras know
ber a "Whv-should- diflvorce- the uCory.
worth?" message. Nora'q now,
Informji Dick of tbp amount of NEW MENU ITEM
tronevWe wantym he cpn have
bi frToom. It-a walloping HAR RAD, Con ) -
aum. When she ran Into cln
Hollr#ooditeo art easping-o'er
a ohot hn oa French matsailne
'o'dwinoe revorn' Perk ndi MWr-
tUl C"fcr. Rt.ev Crane's es-
traned. r'"" "' -en wife, doing
to see wnat was oUrnmg. a
mother found the answer In the
oven. There, neatly toasted, were
her son's sneakers which he
had put there to dry after a
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k COrgo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
Aa rd Avene No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or see your
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ANNOUNCE THE EXPECTED ARRIVAL
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NEW YORK. July 30 (UP) -The Cincinnati gw The firt fto te
Rcdlegse handed ace right-hander Robin Roberts of Amenw ln Leagu n h. i wilt 11
the Phillies his worst defeat of the season last night, TEAMS W L Pot. tee t ff t .a.an
.king him out of the box with six runs on six New York 65 2 .670 Gol t Ql M "
hits, then continued their attack against Jim Boston 57 43 .S6o c -t., ra thmus 1..
fffnetanty, Karl Drews and Andy Hansen for a 13- Cleveland 3 yoo42n -M7 o b-a .
4 -victory. Ph iade 42 55 .
Detroit 34 63 .3Au1 i0 Ii
Ted Kluszewski hit a two-run being set up on an error by third St. Louis 34O
ht in the first inning, his baseman Gil McDougald on a -- 1 3 4t Dd M y
30tU the season. It tiec him double play ball. Dale Mitchell TODAYS GAM a
val Goodman of the 1938 drove In two runs with a single. GOad atNSe York AJ-U0
lbri gl Tonige
n of homft for the club runs in different innings to le Chicago at Boston
ever to be hit by a left-handed the score at 3-3 then broke the Detroit at WPahilna t ,N)
aer Bg Ktlualo s only fveme wdm wobpenintheah wlth St. Louis at Phdelpla ( Re S p I
;h of the team record of 35 four runs. two on a cheap homer e YESTERDA'S RrSULT
set by Hank Sauer, now with the by Billy Martin which just drop- YESTRitD00 0220 0- '7
Chago ubs, in 1948. Hobie ped In to the stands at the foul ash.Detrit 0000 31 16 -
La th also hit a homer off line. Aber (1-2), Marlowe Welk, TUSDA
Roberta. as Cincinnati made 17 At Boston Mickey McDermott Madison and Baut. tftwqro (6- tW Vzlls
hits. Roberts. bidding for his pitched two hit Kdorelbss ball for 5) and its ersa r High Scha lt es:
18 th victory, had to settle In- eight innings but the White Box To: T .
&dfor his event defeat, broke loose against hm in the St. Lotis 00 010-3 10 1
The New York Giants whipped ninth, collecting six h.more htPhila. 0S0 W 041-9 10 2 TON' TO SCHOdL
1 Milwaukee Braves. 3-2. as off him and reliever Ellis Kinder Kretlow (1-2- Litteflied, Jr. College v Players FG T
tuben Gomez pitched a seven- Including a three-run homer by Paige and Cour M, Kellner 28th ARS va 2 ig
wuert for his ninth victory. Sec- Orestes Mifioso. Fred Marsh also (9-8); Bishop and- ay.0P-3 "ao 0-
Sdondplflta',e Milwaukee fell eight homered. Tom Umphlptt center i pcl 20
n ,p0behind flist-place Brook- field star'of the Red oXrashed Chicago 00 0068-8 to .l 1 0'
94Othe Giants got two runs in into a fence change a d Boston 010 00- 71 th 1 0
fist inning and one in the suffered a cerebral concussion. Pierce (12-7) n. M ath 0 0 I
ecnd off Max Surkont to win. He was taken to a hospital for Dermott (10-7), ,Flower er. Thj- 3 2
We westrum singled home examination by a brain special- and White. t both teams nto 1 1.
what proved to be the winning st. Troooo 1 1 .
' eLfirhe Cardinals breezed to an rally In the fourth in which New York 01 -7 10 1 the poured ST ar .. 41
SgSftory owve ttsbur'b be- Duke Snider 'hit his 20th homer Lemon (14-9) Hooper le d. 1
tnnAZthe sevens pit nbg of and JInmG4 Im GI cd.a.tWo- and Oinsber. () d .. c
l i Harvey: ddl who run dooublThey= d. Berra. *, _'L ,A so
p led his 12th vetory. Sell run in the fithIp R l C= -..,. v
emu hit a er and Steve Hodges and a double by Roy ....
Miem put St. Loule ahead to Campanella and it was well they. the a;ro s
ap with a two-run d Aub.t. i did for the Cuba bounced back thelt t wete 1 It.
4ae itha .D and almost deadlocked the same, TEAMB W L Pet. with l Murphy with f8
S,** mors drubbed Detrol getting to starter Russ Meyer Brooklyn W -a .660 with 18, sad Hey U la' 5 S 123
4th Micky Vernon setting with a ptur-rtmu outburst in the Milwaukee 5S 41 .577 leads the 0 0
hil a three-run seventh, three on a homer by Philadelths 41 .559 point, lkt W 0' a .
libm and a i1 of singles to Cartl awatar., N-ew Y 1 e tha he-
eed his batting average to .330, restey's Star -Ted Kwin- ASt. Jn 15 ..
tops for the American League. msewdU of CI4DImaJL, wfl ha CincinrAt5 13 .2g,' 14 J in
Washington made 16 hits as a two-nm homer and a srinle Chicago 34 80 .362 The Troops' team needs lust
conrvdo Marrero coasted to his driving In three runs In a 13.4 Pittsburgh -31 72 01 ranwe more victory t Insah ". a 7
sixth curn qeIo whirh Robin Robertos--..-
like Athletics topped the of tile Phil% suffered his wo M rrt season. For t lo agy ,
Drowns g- for their seventh defeRa of the yew. TODAY& GAMtS 0au Gibson had 1 ha I i
n he.last eight games t roBrool at .Cc .IW had I L U00
Vie Rasox, who reio tonye. lo. ss a. Is' D "an" and M E. r ol t n a al
best t first division teams, went eetin.q Controct am .Ao o- y n m, .an#
dame whororevif b ton. D. saywas hadsbeen waheuls- t e ]HLaln and "ol ,
btoin the Yh kes it nendedbecbaehe fal redtogo' (4-4) and t(eso4t .' ;
straight tes The v y al- through th a Monday night a"la Vw -i Rp ; .W '
soIn the aernoo ame -n ersey Athletic Commin. Newon, re- N ork 210 000 1000-3 11 I0 r"t y., .'
the Nati 1 League t*new Brook-aastthe he suspension. O.e1ne wauke 002000000-2 7 0 got 1 ttoxw e with a ife 8 "
gesn keph t up their n say Rawllnps wihad been suspended t Ome (-4) and Westrum, vLeotou ieen the t0o lb- 1' e '
ISeey i teiwho dtea ht qatlstle s h attractt Nob. aurkent (11-5). Johnao, Bow- rubber D f .
an eit r15un ic tohe inth Abe h Greead, t0he -N om-Ar.n Haddx (16-4) n dD .t. batt le
inning a econd is sioner and onf the New oa to e i plnm m(14 a I, ., do
whesi the Indians scored all the bout wag tied In wih's FORT AMADOa MOLd CLay niiht
In their runs. Two wernoe uon amned, charitsey Athletic Commsowson, -N York 210 0000- 2 11 0 mtad ,
Sthe we e Leagueent Y t0o- os oVt2 tt e s enson. w Geane0 fe020 0'to- 7 got '10-0 .ge w i h a
gjaedgs kept up their .s ys R: wll8nm will be scheduled t omes (9-47 and We ,1;o even the two cl,
12 hei 15th vIctory In the held b h nro the fmt W eiWbers of n dort Bodnw- Weg
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WASHINGTON, July 30 'UP)
- Should Sen. Robert A. Taft's
illness force him to retire from
the Senate, the Democrats -- TWENTY-E
with a lot of big "ifs" could NT-
The present political align- e I
meant Is 47 Republicaps, 47 Dem -
ocrats, and one independent, E
Wayne Morse of Oregon. There F
is a vacancy caused by the
death of Sen. Charles W. Tobey,
New Hampshire Republican.
Taft's Ambassador son ar-
rived In New York by plane
today from Ireland to visit
at the bedside of the ailing
Republican leader who was a-
ble to sit up for breakfast.
I *'I think he's better than he
was," said William Howard
Taft III, as be left Idlewild
Airport for New York Hos-
pital where his father was in
serious condition from an
A morning bulletin issued
by the hospital said the con-
dition of the Ohio senator
remainn i n e d relatively un-
changed." It was learned that
Taft' swung ihs legs over the
i side if his behind sat on the
edge to take breakfast from
a bedside table.
Senators foresee that Gov.
1111h Gregg of New Hampshire,
a Republican. will appoint a Re-
publican to succeed Tobey if
he doesn't take the post him-
3_ The two keys to the situation
Wra Morse and Oov. Lausche of
Ohio. a Democrat, who would
aop-int Taft's successor. If the
0bin Republican retired, until
the next general election in No-
.Asuming Lausche appoints a
r e-orat and Gregg a Repuh-
ffB that would make the poll-
t h alignment w Democrats. 47
nblicans sAd Morse, the
S"n'er Democrats then coUld
cel' for election of a new pres-
ident pro tempore of the Senate.
T'h Dnst now is held by Sen.
Btr1es Bridges (R-N.H.)
Fbould Morse cast his ballot
sim the RpubUcans that
pua create tie,48-48. and
ice oresldent Richard M. Nixon.
presiding over the Senate. would
cast his vote for the Republicans
to break it and leave them In
But should Morse vote with
the Democrats, they would take
rpl. That would create a silt-
n where thb House would be
[ r Reoublc= control and
The Senate under razor-thin
Friday, July 31
.- .igh LOW
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I H TEAR. PANAMA, I. P.. T"UU AY, JULY 30, 1953
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PHILADELPHIA, July 30 (UP) was ready and waiting. Kuana paty organizer; Walter Lowel.t- .i wN
-The FBI seized six Communist was seized while walking on the fet, M5 for many years asBoclat- seat
party leaders, one as he emerged street after attending the secret ed with the CommunMt new- adares
from a secret underground meet- meeting in a house in the Ger- paper, the Daily Worker; Thomas give hl
ing today on charges of attempt- mantown section ot the city. Nabrled, 51, Moscow-tr ained not d
Ing to overthrow the government Also arrested was David Du- party organizer, an BenjamiAn withul
by force and violence. bensky, better known as David Wales, 39, long-time OBB nlUB1 direct
The dramatic arrests, timed to Davis, R ussia n-bon former worker. Ma
catch the city's "highest" Com- member of t Ip$n&l i- -t their arra ,mUt short i1M1 1
munist party man. as he came mittee of the Conut pty f a.m. on fy m yeams
out of hiding, brought to 87 the now employed as l labor union r eted by c acP All b
number of party officials and organizer in Ph.blphia. tmY" unsuccessfully P to In Phi
functionaries who have been ar- The others selisd were iden- get .S. Commissioner Hnry P. to his
rested in the nation so far for tified as Sherman -Labovitz. 29, a Gar to reduce the ball. mouth
conspiracy to violate the Smith
Shackeled in pairs, the six h
5,00 re a Ei
Philadelphia-area leaders were N i -I
brought before a U.S. Commis-
sioner and held in a total of -
75,000 ball for a further hear- Nine Panama Canal employ~, 1913. She fitrt W d In came
Top catch for the FBI was whose periods of service rang e Canal organlzsat tart- family
Jeseph Kuzma. 41. described s from 12 to 34 years, will re- je August 22,14 a^ :'-S.W
the big man of the party in the tire from the o rgo lon at ht the ed P.id
eastern Pennsylvania Delaware the end of July. m.pi She was ti I a us
area wlt~h the title of Trade 'he retiring empl e the months later 4o- ed. an.
Union S8cretary. He was held in positions and peridda o Servft ing DIVINWW sihl
$50j)00 bail, the other five were are: as ClerK Xunt
held in $25,000 ball. Mrs. Mary L. Clemernts, Con- OIS when s.he fm el a
Ray J. AbbatlcchlQ. Jr.. agent missary Assistant at the An- egwal service. She t* .l4#1 a
in charge of the Philadelphia of- con Commissary, S2 y e a played in June 19" `8 wan.a
fice of the FBI; said federal three months and ten days; w n at Gatun OumftaIoU ilal
agents have been aware for years Ross H. Hollowell, Planner ? r was transferred t
of the tivities of the 10 c a l and Estimator in the Industrial Community, she wIa m
Commu t eadrs.. Bureau, 34 years, two months Head Sales woman I
C mThe decision M, In, and 16 daps; :- sheba ss-awY. 1W
custody y toWai.Abt&chio Robert W. uf g. Assist- m i mt, u t$
said. was keyed to the reappar- ant Foreman and Auto epair
ance of the Brooklyn-born u- Machinist n the Motor Trans- lent a
ma, who went Into the under- portntion Division, 30 years, 11 baad, Leo B. Clumue -
ground some time ago. When he months and 24 days: n, Pan Pu I .
left his hiding place, the FBI Vard A. Kerr Steward at iteone Dl:b'on 1,m
cristobal Clubhouse, 22 years, OsiCal arce
Sino-Red Rames D l" '
MR i nin
Get 'No' To Signal vision, -2 years, fl a.th" l
c and 1 days; D, an g
'Come On Over' Norman E. Rocker, Adihinis- with, hi
trative Assistant In the Offlee 1N 1 was flr t e
WITH 2nd DIVISION, Korea of the Engineering and Con- Ju 4 1918, as an
July 30 (U) Chinesewom struction Director, 34 years, sixz in Mchnical DI ma.v
en at~ph front of months and 29 days:; 'O1n 0his
Amer to d t da yand Irl R. Sanders, Control House oe be a i p|
beckonqd them to come across Operator at Gatun Locks, 30 tte n 122 and held
the armistice.line, a division years, two months and 22 days; ,poa ti o until Feb 1
spokesman said. and when b wa nam
"They were waving at the Frank Turman, Plumbing In- and mtimator.
guys and begging them to come spector in the Contract and Mri and Mrs. Hollowell
over," he said. "They were Inspection Division, 12 years, to lyy in October and
making lewd motions. Just like ten months and nine days. mak er home in
the women on the street cor- Mrs. Clements was born In N rth Carolina.,. .-
ners of Seoul." Newark, Ohio, and came to Mil~ sttp, who is
"None oflour men went over." the Isthmus with her family in. Miss pi.l
Where rienda meet 7 siend A
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Ttn PANAM AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT BA1I.T NEWSPAPER
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MB. NORFARD INTRODUCED
TO ATLANTIC SIDE BUSINESS MEN
Mr. Osear Sergard, of New Yerk CMy. was introduced to
the leading shlppin rents and prominent business men on
the Gold Coast at a taneheun, Tuesday, given at the Hotel
Mashinjtton y Mr. James B. Dorow. Branch Manager of the
National tty Bank m Cristobal.
Mi Norgld U vice-president ihs Unit after a year's absence
of the National City Bank, in In the States
charge of the Isthmian organl- Mrs. Janet Cunniff was
aetlor. In New York City He eleC&tt to the Board o Oov-
has been visiting o:i the Isth- ernors, and Mrs. Marcel Spence
mus lor the past week and wa3 appointed auditing chalr-
lef by plane today lor New man. Mrs. Lila 8tahl was ap-
1 riends SHare Honor. At
Mis. Let;-Wash, of Oatun
appointed to visit the Naval
Hospital with donations of
cakes next month: Mrs. Bertie
Ttylor, Mrs. Jayroe, Mrs. Ar-
lenc Carter, Mrs. Natalie Pral-
no, and Mrs. Janet Cunniff.;
Mrs. Macbholz, 'with these la-
dles will make the cakes.
The monthly trip to the;
Home for the Aged at Puerto,
Pilon next month will be!
made by Mrs. Mary Prlen. Mrs.
Ora Luce and Mrs. Jean John-
ZJo (contri tmtor, f\eader
During the month of August, snouiG be telephoned to her at
temporary society editora will Balboa 2803, or mailed to Post
take over both the Atlantic and Office Box 526, Ancn C.Z.
Pacific society columns While, Mrs Leon J. Egolf will act as
regular editora are on vacation, society editor on the Atlantic
Miss Sally Ackerman of An- Side. Starting Saturday news
con will be Acting Society Edi-or her should be telephoned to
tor on the- Pacific Side. Starting Gatun 463, or mailed to Box 34,
Saturday, items for the column Gatun, CZ.
man Mrs Lila Stahl was ap- At Home For Mr. And
pointed activities chairman and .. Kennedy
Debut As Larger Magazine
Mrs. Joan Jayroe to be co- frlendg 0f Mr. and Mrs.
chairman. |John Kennedy are invited to;
P.u^^u blngojan At Home US be given by Mr.
* slgame was discussed for Octo- and Mrs. John Dovel, or De
gave an informal dessert card er iLesseps at their residence,'
party at her home Tuesday, to tj,. following ladles were'Thursday. ______.!
compliment Mrs. John Green-,----------------_' ------ -------------r-
in% before her departure for a,
^r^roA^^Colliers Makes Isthmian
Mrs.. Louis Polio!, who are v-
Itln; in Gatun. ...
The other guests were: Mrs.
It. B. Ward, Mrs. Arnold Hurt-
gins, Mrs. James Dorsey and
Mrs. Jack Pearson.
Guest prizes were given the
honorees. Mrs. Dorsey won the
bridge prize, and Mrs. Polizxl
the canasta prize. ,
Dance for Midshipmen Monday
The Inter-American Women's
Club Is again sponsoring a tea
dance for a contingent of mid-
Fiipmen. at the Coeo Solo Of -
rers Club, on Monday, from
00 to 6:00 .
Invitation have been extend-
ed to ttty young" Atlantic Sldr
Indies, ever slzteTan years of
age, to attend this affair.
Mr. an* We. *et* Retort
rrom Vacation -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck and
Stephanie were among the pas-
sengers returning last wee*
from a States' vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Collins
Announce Birth of Son
Mr and Mrs. Albert Collins
announce the birth of a son,
Tuesday, July 28 at the Colon
The baby has been named
Dennis Shumate Celebrates
Mr. ahd Mrs. Charles C. Shu-
mate entertained informally
hi third WrtBaay anniversary
. -.reshmejrt* wertrSserved.
id Bonnie Lou,
62 Justo Arosemena Avenue corner 34th St.
BRANCH STORE No. I TivoU Avenue. ,
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4 days only.,.
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Preparing- for our chana t premises in the near future
"we're Riving away" Hundreds of shoes, all styles and
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Also, famous "Johansen," Mademoiselle," "Burdines,"
"Rich" ana "Lucerne'' $2.00 and $3.00 pr.
FOR CHILDREN: "Little Yankee," "AgiMTfed," "Tipe
Toes," "Little Americans" and Betsy Cross," from 'S1.M.
Indian and Chinese Furniture
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Silk Robes and Pajamas
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Alice and Mary Ann Ha
Josephine Marcelino. Patsy and
Billy HOjan, and Donna end
tfqgteiRE OTJtf lJdtJt Guj Rowe (Giro), noJM artist
inter B itrlktag plJtUre for tVHier's. The curreATltius o
Collier's makes its debut on
Evening Circle Injeys
The Evening Circle of trie the isthmus tomorrow with a
Cristobal Union Church held new enlarged magazine.
its regular monthly meeting
NEW* a* -"ax KVe li?*""' m^
amtePflt stris^g^tre '' BolUert. The curreffbsue of
the nation*! magasine arries The Life of St. Paul" which is the
heart of the forthcoming book by the late Fulton Onriler "The
Greatest Faith Ever Known." The picture appears in Colliers in
full color. Rowe wen a Christopher Award for his paintings of
Old Testament subjects.
at the home of Mrs. Roscoe
Halnlng with Mrs. Lu
lumbo as co-hostess.
Highlights of the first bi-week-
ly issue include The Life of St.
Paul, the heart of the late Ful-
In 1919, Collier's became part
of the enterprise now known as
the Crowell-Collier Publishing
Reverend Norman Pratt gave ton Ourslers forthcoming boon,
the devotions. Mrs. Carl Maedl, The Greatest
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president introduced *ba._pgn-
bers en the proftm_A
Famed reporter Lester Velle
gives a "close-up of the public;
and private Ufe Of William O'-
Dwyer, the controversia i figure
who was mayor of New York Ci-
ty and later Ambassador to Mex-
Miss Margaret Joudrey play-
ed a Stand-, selection "Calm is
the Night."'Miss Rita Howard
: ang Summertime," and Mrs
O E. Jarattd, violinist. Miss
ludv Jeieead, celllat, accom-
naniedbyMrs. C J. Jtnis Coi ier's John. Lear reports on
Slaved several numbers. Their, the developmrit of a practical
selections included: "Viennese. automobile whfth actually drives
March," "Come Back to Sor-|ttaelf.
rento," and "Cielito Lindo." ,
Refreshments were served atj Bill Davidson, another top Col-
thc conclusion of the program, uer's writer, uncovers the raging
A special guest for the eve-1 controversy that almost blocked
ring was Mrs. Eekdahl, a mis- full acceptance of the miracle
iionlary front Bolivia. Iplll that cures TB.
-------- Paul Richards, manager of the
Hr. and Mrs. Woods v Chicago White 8ox, tells in his
Leaving Isthmus lown words what a bench boss
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Woods, has to know to earn his salary.
e t Oatun, are leaving the Isth-. And on the fiction side, there's
mus, Friday, to make their a moving story by Pearl Buck,
home in the States. Mr. Woods the atart of a romantic serial by
has been the Physical Educa-'Thelma Stravel. and a new
tion Instructor In Oatun, and Sherlock Hoflnes adventure.
Mrs. Woods has been employ
Parting Friday 31st
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Plaet Reserve Branch And
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SA buffet supper was enjoyed
bj> the members of Fleet Re-
serve Association, Branch 59
and the Ladles Auxiliary, fol-
lowing the meeting at Coco
falo Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ora
ture and Mrs. Ann Bernlcki
?/ere chairmen for the affair
which followed the monthly
meetings of the organizations.
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American life goes back to 1888
when P. F. Collier, an Irish im-
migrant, established a magazine
Which he called "Once A Week."
I In the fall of 1895 the name was
changed to collier! Weekly.
A few years later, Robert Col-
lier, PJF.'s son, became editor of
Collier's and gave the magazine
a vigorous, hard-hitting person-
ality!^ basic character it con-
tinues to have to this day.
Through the early years of the
century. Collier's entered upon a
Mrs. Marie Guidgy. president, great era and built up a reputa-
presided at the business meet-
ing of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Na-
talie Pralno and Mrs. Janet
Cunniff were Initiated as new
members, and Miss Rita Cas-
ilddy was welcomed back into
tion for fighting Journalism. It
led crusades and won reforms in
the patent medicine racket, cor-
rupt politics, adulterated foods,
and other rampant evils of the
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THURSDAY, WIT M,
Great White Fleet
HOLLYWOOD (NEAl Ex- some hand-holding at
slusively Yours: "The Life and nltery.
Times of a Great Dane," Stephen --------
Lonistreet's biography of Lau- Tony Curtis' 12-year-old broth-
rttzjdelchior. is due for publica- er, Bobby Schwartz, has been
tionfnext spring with the novel- getting studio offers, but Tony
tst and the opera star planning has put his foot down about a
'.o produce a movie version. movie career for the lad. Bobby's
"ttaurrtz has agreed that it will ,-, younger replica of Tony.
be dene as the Joteen filntbiogra- --------
phy was done, with a compara- Mitzi Gaynor's denying rumors;
tiTeb unknown actor playing that she's about to take the 01 -
him and Meichoir's own voice ange blossom, route with Jack
en the soundtrack," Longstreet Bean, an advertising man, this
revealed at a Mocambo cocktail way: "We're not even officially
party honoring producers Rita engaged."
Allen and Archie Thompson,
who will produce "Las Vegas." a INSIDE REASON
musical he has co-authored with inside reason for Lady Mary
Sara Coslow. Lawford's trip to England Is to
The entire filming, says Long- try to talk the British govern-
treet. will be done In Europe. ment into releasing some of the
"where we can use some great family money that belongs to her
opera voices and utilize $2,000,- and her son. Peter Lawford. For
000 in frozen funds." 1 years, the Lawfords haven't been
-------- able to draw more than a small
There's a legal separation pa- fraction of their frozen fortune.
per ijrawn up by a top Hollywood --------
attorney that will part Zsa Zsa Unsettled Hollywood note:
Gabor and George Sanders the Menifee I. Johnstone. one of
minute they sign It. But Mifs rnovletown's top women agents, |
Two Z and Sanders, who asked has bowed out of the 10-per cent
for the document, can't bring game and is now working as a
themselves to put their pens to practical nurse.
-------- Reason for the shot given to
Aldo Rays fuming over his ^eT every morning by a medic on
suspension from Columbia for 12 the "Kiss Me Kate" set was that
weeks as punishment for telling Kathryn Gravson Is run down
a Hollvwood scribe that the stu- and needed the vitamins to get
din didn't give him anv exnense through each day's arduous
monev on his tour with "Let's dancing and singing.
Do Tt Apabi Studio rails it "b?d ______
faith:" But Aldo has empty jane Powell is suddenly and
pocMets. mvsteriously out of the east of
Passenger Sailings to New Orleans
via Santa Marta, Colombia.
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Weekly uUinn on Twalva-Faaaaacar Ship. 1. New Tara, New
MefcUe. \m Angele*, lu rraaclaco and Saaltla.
MARIO DOWN AGAIN
"Hit the Deck" and the. studio's
testing newcomer Ann Crowley.
who doesn't have a divorce case
Mario L^nza s pals say that thp coming up
tnor will be- back in the social _____
wlm and seem people aga*" Wnen the Pentagon permit
after he sheds another 20 Reed Racket Squad" Hadlev to
Sounds. When Lanza is Mr tell about the top-secre; military
am Bloat, he shuts himself tilm m wh,ch he sUrred ta \he
away from everybody. South Pacific earlier this year, it
,.,... 1------ '*m front M*-a*ff. Right
Nora Eddington was all! set to now 0n| TV's Inspector Brad-
rut the ties that bind her to -Dick dock. President Eisenhower and
H?ymes nntil her; mind flashed the military's highest brass know
her a "Whv-should-I divorce- the si.orr
hlm-so-he-can-marr Rlt\-H"v- "_J_______________
worth?" message. Nora's now
Informad Dick of the amount of NEW MENU ITEM
rr.oneyjpie wanH.sn he can hsve
hi* from. Itftra walloping HARTFORD, Cono...'-CUP
urn. 5 When she ran into tfW Btchen
_-. ju~Z 1 t0 see what was torrMng. a
Hollrwoodites art gasping.o-er mother found the answer in the
ohoto In o French maia'lne oven. There, neatly toasted, were
*owln< Oregon- Peck and. Mr- her son's sneakers which he
tine Ctrl. Stev Crane's es- had put there to dry after a
tranced r-""-'" "--en wife, doing rain.
AFFOVT4S ECUATORIANAS. C. A.
MAMl. Une Way......$70.00 Round trip' ?t6.00
GUAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
QUITO. One Way....... 86.00 Round trip 154.80
Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
At Ptr Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or see your
'Off TAHOT, INC.
ANNOUNCE THE EXPECTED ARRIVAL
Balboa, C. Z., August 2nd/3rd
C COAST PORTS
CANAL ZONE & PANAMA
j,.___ "''This vessel will accept
PASSENCrtSf^EFRICERATEb A GENERA*>p>RGO
For I ft^
CURACAO, PUERTO CABELL A LA GUAIRA; SAN
JUAN, PONCE A MAYAGUEZ; TRINIDAD, RIO A
SANTOS: MONTEVIDEO A BUENSS AIRES.
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