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December 29, 1955

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U. C. Reports New Atomic Data Confirmation o the existence of the antiproton, a recently discovered negative particle of matter, has been disclosed by an international team of scientists from the University of California and the University of Rome, Italy. The scientists reported the obser- vation of the explosive disintegra- tion of an atomic nucleus--a "star" --by an antiproton. This is the first visual observation of a known anti- proton's action on matter. The antiproton was discovered in early October by scientists at the Berkeley Radiation Laboratory, which is engaged in a program of research for the Atomic Energy Commission. They found the parti- cle-which had been the object of a search by scientists for the past quarter of a century--in bombard- ments with the Bevatron, the most p o w e r f u 1 atom-smasher in the world. The discovery was made by means of counters which measured anti- protons as they passed through a kind ol maze designed to filter out all other particles. The discovery work was done by Drs. Owen Cham- berlain, Emilio Segre, Clyde Wie- gand, and Tom Ypsilantes, all phy- sicans in the Radiation Laboratory. HERE FROM ILLINOIS E. R. Tinsley of Downs, Illinois, arrived Monday, December 26 for a two day visit with his daughter Mrs. Paul Whelan. BACK TO SCHOOL Lynn Taylor left Wednesday for Texas, after spending her Christ- mas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Taylor. She is a student at Baylor college. VISIT GRANDPARENTS Jill and Cathy Jeffries have re. turned from a few days visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Watson in Glendale. VISITING IN CITY Rose Ellen Arno will return home on Friday, after a three day visit with her friends, Nino and Louise Marcel. The Marcels were with the summer theatre group. Tht W(JNJ~JOr o o. Z~Lied by ~ Harbor Master John Mayberger. Max Dec. 21 59 Dec. 22 60 Dec. 23 60 Dec. 24 63 Dec. 25 61 Dec. 26 64 Dec. 27 62 RAIN 1954 3.27 CHRISTIAN NCE THE CATALINA ISLANDER LEK ON4$ gMON ON "GOD" Thursday, December 29, J9SS The Lesson.Sermon in all Chris- MI:9 Rain tian Science churches Sunday is ~z-.::~--~-~-, : ~zo, "God." Through the ages spiritually t 1 55~ .03 minded men have discerned great ~,A -- truths about God, and have given ii Church Services i ! them to us in the Holy Bible. Many 5 .05 such passages are used in this ser- A 53 mon. 47 Moses heard God declare His One- ST. CATHERINE'S ness and Allness in the First Corn-* Pastor, Ft. John J. Wehmhoefer 1955 mandment (Ex. 20:3), "Thou shalt -~- 2.05 have LQ,Q~er g~ds before 1-ne" The Canyon Terrace Phone 192 . Psalmist sang (96:2,6), "Sing unto Sunday Masses: 7and 10 a.m. California Speaks- CONGRESSMAN CLAIR EN- GLE, Red Biuff--"Kefauver could grab this State like a ripe apple if Stevenson stayed out." CHARLES ROSENTHAL, S. F. retiring businessman, civic figure, on getting jobs for women over 40 --"There's a lot of mileage in these older people and we'd better make use of it." CLARENCE FAULKNER, Oak- land, retiring letter carrier---'Tve handled millions of letters and I don't care if I never see another one." CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER, author, movie actress--"A woman, no matter how beautiful, will not be able to hold her own unless she has something to offer intellectual- ly." CAPT. LEONARD OVER- HOUSE, ~teto, Calif. Highway Patrol Academy training offieer--- "We try to teach the rookie not to take it personally when a driver breaks the law. It was the law that was violated, not the patrolman." CALEFORNIA SPEAKS A T T O R N E Y GENERAL ED- MUND G. "PAT" BRO~CN---"To be a good politician, you have to have a sense of humor -- about yourself as well as others." L.A. WEATHERMAN'S Colum- bus Day smog report---"It is ex- tremely doubtful that Columbus would have discovered America-- at least Los Angeles--on a day like this." R. L. MINCKLER, pres Gener- ~ al Petroleum Corp. -- "Pressure groups may some day overwhelm Us, but a more reasonable explan- ation is that they will merely keep America from realizing its full potential." R O D G E R SVCEARINGEN, SC international relations prof.--"Our present knowledge of Asia is so much greater and more accurate that all history books written about it before 1945 will have to be re- written." e~-.m~ H . -4 Insurance Broker, Notary PUblio W. White Distributing Lucky Lager -- Pelml.Cola Phone 532 Box 1361 HEAR --- HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALS On Television Each Sunday Afternoon at 3:45 KABC Chmmel 7 RADIOCAST Each Sunday morning at 9:15 over KFI, at 10:15 over KHJ. Sunday afternoon at 2:45 over KPOP 10'20 ke. Autho Christian Science lttera~Jxe is displayed in the Poet Office Ar~de and may he obtained at the Chur ~ or Public Library or phone 266 or 39& DR. JOHN K. GILKERSON, JR. Chiropractor office hours fhls week-end Safurday from tl a.m. Sunday until 3 p.m. 221 Clarissa Ave Phone 24 1 nd ALTERATIONS And RE.WEAVING 22z t tmpe the Lord Honor and majesty are before him: strength and beauty are in his sanctuary." The Golden Text says of God's supremacy (I Sam. 2:2), "There is none holy as the.Lord: for there is none beside thee: neither is there any rock like our God." Mary Baker Eddy, in her text- book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" declares, "The starting-point of divine Science is that God, Spirit, is All-in-all, and that there is no other might nor Mind,--that God is Love, and there- fore He is divine Principle." In an- other passage she writes, '"rhe di- vine Principle of the First Com- mandment bases the Science of being, by which man demonstrates health, holiness, and life eternal." (pp. 275, 340) Weekday Mass, 7 a.m. Confessions Saturdays: 4:00 to 6:00 --- 7:30 to 9:00 Sacred Heart Novena every Friday Night at 7:30 AVAIA)N COMMUNITY CHU]M~ (Congreg monai) Arthur W. Felkley, Minister Metropole & Beacon St. Phone 80 7:30 A.M. KBIG Broadcast 9:45 A.M. Church School 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 6:30 P.M. 3~tmior Hi Y.P.P.F. 7:30 P.M. Hi School Y.P.P.F. CHRISTIAN" SCIENCE SOCIETY Church Edifice 209 E. Whittley Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Sunday Services 11:00 A. M. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. HOME FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur White re- turned Monday after a few days on the Mainland. They visited in Fall- brook, Twenty Nine Palms and spent Christmas with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Porter Taylor and sister, Martha, in Santa Ana. CHRISTMAS GUEST Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carson had as their Christmas guest Mrs. Carson's mother, Mrs. Rossteuscher of Los Angeles. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 9:30 A. M. Saturday Sabbath School, Whitney Chapel of the Community Church WINDLES ENTERTAIN Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Windle and daughter, Sue, were Mr. and Mrs. John Windle, Jr and daughter, Lynn, of Huntington Park, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ochsner and son, Kevin, of Lakewood and Judge and Mrs. Ernest Windle. Wishes You A 106 Catalina Phone 34 NOW OPEN FOR WINTER Olive Oil Imported Spaghetti Imported Cheese Salami AA Fresh Eggs Bar. g. (pue Chickens Tony and Barbara