The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00002

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written In years Mr. Atkinson of the Times cushioned There is no eater expert on I i
at b with a gallant noe: "Mis De Havilland Is a beautlfuT, crises anywhere. u trvO .t ... '
aet and sincere lady." Oddly, her "Candida" enjoyed a suc- Not even he, who hls fought Rse bs s ..
ul treasure bunt on the road The only other arrival was every president a iqce Harding. J '
Be Continued," which very likely) won't be. One of those can *figure how wi gpt into this i S t te ts
tht goes around in Circles... 'The critics regretted that one. And were I I t.
h theartea kInsey-whilsy is shackled by a lekden crlpt.
pale weY salvaged for the pretending of the capable cast Now. after all thp excitement V
by Dorothy Stickney, Nell Hamilton and Luella Gear. over the seizure of the stiel in-
Watts rumbled: "The result was eopsiderably less tifh dustry. the nation Is still faced
hng." with a national steel stoppage
si arunayY, wildcat steel II pgpog to h1 3012iP p0
r ',v .. ... ..r. Mo ftestrike which eten the steel- r f t f i a i l t..
'In the Wings: The above mentioned critic Is the Very Same workers' rpvpred leaders won't
Watts who ad-glhbbed the following between actns of a long- be able to stop.
flop. At intermission a confrere's bride said she and her "
and were having fun .. "Whatcha doing? yawned Watts The crisis w within a cr. is
Idin' hands?' is ust around some corner
Iin Philadelphia here. e
T Cine magicins: Errol Flynn is back on the Broadway T on Ma. ', l Murray
lees, renewing his dare-devil franchise In "Mar Marc." ult get up before 3,000 of i -
7 all the reiewers assailed it. A pretty gook oVt-tol- -ii working d eJegates at .. ...
#iflma Is "The Green Glove," in which lienn Ford certify their annual convention and .
crime doesn't pay while Geraldine Brooks thefts big heart export on what he has won er ia~t ii
British import titled "Maytime in Maythfr" isglfteI with a from the steel Industry af- t etrt
dish named Anna NeagOe, who puts some tb ini the mus- ter two. yers. These dede- A w p
crumpet. She tolls hard to make *n hout ptory out of the gates will be on r men -
e u rm but falls to rescue it from mnqdlocrty... Alp Ladd is the r ot upine hutles sitting -.'-*,- ..-* -. s' r hK- ,a
t rugged bombre to make the Wild West *ldlet. via "Wed mutely until ofuel the sig- 0. .
ttarin. The Technicolored scenery is superior to the scepirlo nal to cheer.
Colorado Sundown" offers several as han ktion nclpding
a murder of exactly 67 minutes. These steel dele tes a r e
0 tough, direct actlonrats. I know idnin
them I've.so.nt ne of M dical oundation
;Stairwav to the Stars: Hollywood's golden halo lifted Broad- their regional conventions. .
f'lPaint Your Wagon into the financial heavens. The ms- They take no words for rent- *
Cost the producers' $250.000. They peddled the screen rights ed not from anyone Includ-*y0B RU R ,
4200.000 "The Shrike." one of the several productions hear- Ing the white-haired leader they o
those Perrer's name, is another show to hit pay dirt swift lv love so match. ALBU QT, I. M.- du over here to One of te O-founders of the Lovelace loun- I 1*t*. ei.e
raid its 50 barkers after only 8 weeks ..Len McCarey lost h I've seen them rise from the sit I4ie. i n ed Irtb the datlop is W91 Iv e n hp an
plr over the New York movie critics who didn't appreciate hi.s floor of a Boston convention LoveSCf or t -d"ca ucation and associate of t Vhoi eate4 it. n
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mi ft5*f~l,."F 0 Co*oU. rUver, abiut 120 mils tricks ..
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S 't Vrie(v CaIro ,fer.
URie~pmhts To Chile
Ve npt ohly "the spice European Tours Set Up
of lfe," but la0o an important For Eucharistle Congress
,' portion of the cargcf shipments Travellers To Spain
'of Panagra (Pan American-Grace Catholics a t t e n d i n g the
Airways) according to a report church's 35th International Eu.
from the company's offices In charistic Congress in Barcelona
SChile, where in one month they Spain, May 26-June 1 may In-
handled such assorted cargo as elude a tour of Europe in their
trout ego. flower bqlbs, perfumed Itinerary through special low-
oil, China figilerines. orchids post air excursions to be con-
a" nd of all things, goat's milk. ducted out of London.
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S.S. Cristobal 130-davy ourLs may be made
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he Cristobal is scheduled to American World A r w a y
.-alive on the Isthmus Monday throtihout Latin Ameriha or
With 50 passengers, according to thoie or its affiliates. Panair do
4. tire advance passenger list from Brasil CompaRiia Cubana dc
b the Panama Line office at Bal- Aviacion and Acrovins Nacionales
a b, Heights Ide Colombia.
SlAmong those on the ship will: Included in the lours, which
be Robert C. Walker. who will'are to be conducted by Spanish-
assume the position of Chief of speaking guides, are sopovers In
the Canal's Civil Intelligence London, Paris and Lour de s.
ranch. lFrance-in addition to Barcelo-
The compete advance passen- na--with side trips in each of
.ger list follows: rhese cities.
Clifford F Allen: Mr and A special side trip to Fatima.
M*rs. Frank A Born. Jr., and Portugal, which is observing Its
"son: Commander and Mrs Ed-'35th anniversary as a Catholic
ward B. Brown and son: Cpl. shrine May 13. may be added to
,Anthony Cipriani: Mrs. Eleanor the regular tours This trip In-
*- M Conland and son; Mrs. Do- eludes visits to Zaragoza. San
Arothv E. Crowe; Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian and Madrid. Spain;
,.M. H. Dodge: Miss Birdie M. Lisbon, Portugal. and Blarrliz
"Goqtsuch: and Harnodio D. Gra- 'and Paris, France.
nagtos; and Miss Eller J Hol- Cost of the 22-day tour I1 $459
Scomb. per person, Including sightseeing
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph E KiD- trips and first class hotel accom-
chen: Mr and Mrs Joseph E modatlons. Meals are also'in-
Klrbv and 2 children; Sam Le-; eluded except at stopovers in
.bowltz: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin London and Paris.
,Levine: Cpl. Muriel J. Maggio; The 30-day tour is priced at
M14rs. Ana Morales: Mr. and Mrs. $643 and ttre side trip to Fatima,
A*William ,. Neal and 2 children: at $233.
"Judge "ienlamin Novins: Miss Passengers flying to London,
p tay E. Rigby, and S. 0 Rus- by Pan American World Airways'
*sell regular" or tourist class flights,
..Mrs. Pauline K Stein; Don- may make connections with the
aid B Tribe: Mr and Mrs. Ro- excursion flights in London.
J "e C Walker and 2 children; PAA operates multi dall iI
SSir. and Mrs Robert W. Weti- flights between New York and'
Sdelt: Mr. and Mr* Alexander, London and is stepping up its di-
Watt; Mr. and Mrs. Herman rect New York-Barcelona service
Weinstein; Mrs Kathryn J Ito meet the demands of persons
T Whitmore and daughter; and wishing to make a direct flight
S~-Sgt. Calman J Wolkensdor- to the Eucharistic Congress.

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OR' SAtE' FOR SALE MISCELLAHEIO P.UMMERCIOAL
Houpehold Automobiles. *Dyenoe *?Sths* PRM O ? .
FOR SALE:-Smal electric refr- Service Personnel and Civilian 2015 AB .ea, C .a
rator, recently overhauled $90.: Governm ent Employs Anyonehav n 'i0lr' i lar G dt -1 lr
Washington racrhjnt, $50, both Insist an Anyon having ll..ST or.sio. -, ommiler Se gthweom e.r. "
25scycle.oCall Balboa 6306. Government Employes Finance Co. boat for charter, during port"ed
-O SALE:- Che., on When you finance your new May t -*t, k.idt .,.lephone VIn tall an "AL RT"l a
FOR SALE:--Cheap, owner leaving. or used car. Panama 3-0808 lately. h
I China closet, I bureau, I dres AGENCY DEHLINGIR FF 1W1Fl Gush de Yol".
iar, all mahogany. Son Francisco. No. 41 Automobile Row FO R *d, Saves water and sto psany.
7Tn St. House No. 6. apartment Phoe 1-4984 3-4915 w M ia ce of dripping tofle g%
'potears. Poe a 2mal_. tI" _- ; -wm .
SLE Compl nd oor, new tires, nvion seat covers, FOR SALE: 900 tshares- bathir orA ..r yis reported by t aders Di est
bedroom furniture, twin beds. First radio, heater, $1,650. Call Balboo stock. Mail offer Box 1612, Bal- "ALERT" never falh. '
Sr. Vista Hermosa, house No. 27. 6306. boo. Canal mon -'.1
iR SALE:-Used furniture condi- oRSALE: 1940 Pontioc Club FOR SALE-S3NMR. IABYI GRAND C0EO F. NOVEY, INC. th
'tion excellent Ideal Furniture Co., Coupe, good shape. $250.00 cash. PIANO, practically new, walnut qW ilere 31 etal. Phone- T 1- e e
Rio Abojo Tel. 3-1216, bes.de House 613 DeLesseps Area. case, perfect condition. Look Te8l-4 a -.
Theatre FOR L 9 e nlbrand new. Upholstered bench to


House 765. apartment 9. Barne- Les-eps. FOR SALE; Staffordshire terrier y Los (prtenped)
t stree Balboa. ai 212 years $25. L. C. Smith type- el k. .-t L -.z (com ... 1
Foryour car -LeherelteCelluloid.1 Onewie 14s spere cet "clontionu$50
RSALE. Nre, rfrogerator, 8 Fac vehicle registration card hold- Ote r l p. ect cone Ion, $5 0. .
cu. ft porcelain inside and ,an out es COLON MOTORS, HInc. 'Cadge $30 House oe -c clo, L -ll-
side) 75.00.Phlc rad.o tubes DeSto. Panama Colon. Ph one Balboa 2434.L Cruces. l0.r r.

2160, duty hours. Can be seen atd 14 hans, English saddle, bridle, C,";k i ith'4W
auarters 544-B. Cocol. Canal wnditicn. Canlbe seen Agen:ias etc Call Navy 2388 between 4 .Cn MOCEN FUtNITURE
,one. m o.and 5 or 7 and 9 p. m. CrK ...lmo tl" niSa ..to Bi "-
FOR ~SALEa.-2 vnaon blends 32 SOR SALE:-The famous "Sixtomat" Vacation Qutarr n ba- Ir- s y St l JI
64. 2 bamboo easy chairs. House WANTED ~ght-m ters shockproof at Pars, Le gg-b% Jun to oooin thePer ga
Help Wanted -- IMF'-SA sn MIy @-a 0Sil[ ia to
ep WontdANTEC: PaMi ma CioF thre Pano. 9 1-2 street. Now Crl. l t i
WANTE"D-Nursemaid to sleep in bedroom house furnished G. W. No. 10097, rear. Tel. 56. FOR t ly pated, t a ill
References required, good salary Doswell. International Hotel. FOR SALE:-.- ne black Cocker Spn- It. .l .. 3 fl at,
Cuba Avenue No. 11, "Nestl"- WANTED:-Registered blonde male el,' female. 7 months old. AKC bath. d
building, entrance 28 Street cocker puppy, 0775-H (William- Registere. Phone Albrook 5200. h. Chrpract
WAkNTED:-EEperienced nursemaid, son Place), after 4:30 p r. Mother does your child walk
I-, with -"?, FOR RM tN.
steep in and have reference WANT0, 25 cycle automanc n iC asefand a,,? I1 not, thn STONE CLINIC Soi
d Aris nd 5st St D washer. Hou 437-J. Diablo. hs ho may be at fault Jump- 7th St to Agn
o e building, apartment B. Tele- ingJocks ao-e2ali- designed to
Panom a3-0905, 3 to ;U-akcorrect-I. .Ave. ColdTLd6
LUST b FOUND helpyunige'frink
M. prevent fooIt defects in. later ife!t
"Fit LOST;Gray cat withWhite cheotBuy Jumping-Jacks for your child
LES SONS a ee o a.eLon inCu. today at BACYLANDM, No. 40, FOR' T t i 4. :I
r son, s rundu Heights. Reward. Phone 44th Street, Bella Vista, Telephone
ular songs, swOng, jaz; and pop- 8-5124.tS-1259. Shepingamoving, stglfa.'
u rnepionotclass.c aught. Ze DO YOU NEED SANITARY FOR EN:- We pack and crate or movPe"
"Juan B Sosa Tel 2-128'2 Clay Pr oducts mp, Inc. o ffM5hea1mu #U 4
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One of the very epulmr "cross country"
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with all members urged to participate.
The eross country, first to be held at Pana
loUn time, will be full handicap for ladles and
mum of 20 for men.
An entrance fee of $1 will be charged, all
going to the purchase of prices.


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other style of play and the cross country, sig s4j
will be outlined and cards distributed prior to pl


Seventeen Horses Entl

Far 78th Kentucky Dc
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Lb I ISVILLE. Ky.. May 2 (UP)
S -.leking a record fifth victory,
OaBRmet Farm today startled
thepr Kentucky Derby rivals
lWhen It made the little-known
ToJ lend a surprise running
l, kof the favored Hill Gall as
the' field of 17. including one
golding, was named for tomor-
row's mile-and-aquarter turf
The weatherman already has
jolted the hopes of several rank
outeders, who were praying for
m Ud in this 78th edition of the
United States' most famous
hoibe race. with the prediction
[ that showers will hold off un-
Stil after race time.


Races

GC Tomorrow

tourna- Ist Race '7"F- Natives-41% Fi
Sunday Purse: $275.--Pool Closes: 1:1
First Race of the Dpubles
1-Brochacito M. Hurley 11
sa In a 2-Ebony Boy B. Pulldo 11
maxil- 3-Duque C. Ruits 11
4-Con Valor II J. Parada 11.
5-Embustero J. Phillps 11
monies 6-Opex B. Aguirre 11
7-Carbonero J. Baea Jr. 11
8-Politico V. Castillo 111
to any
layout 2nd Race '7-2" Natlv A %- FI
sy. Purse: $275.00 Pool toees: 1:,
Second Race of the Doubles
1-Chispeado) A. Vergara 111
2 2-El Mono) J. Bsezz Jr. 124
ered 3-Golden Fan A. Vasque Ill
4-Don Arcello Q. Prescott 11(
S5-Strike ThreeV. Rodra. 110
rhv "-srenz B. P.. lo 11


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Blenheim II. was the only sur-
prise entry as a blazing sun bak-
ed out the already lightning-fast
track.


The colt had not been men-
tioned as a possible starter, for
he did not go to the post as a
two-year-old and has made only
three starts this year.
The lone gelding entered was
Freeman Keyes' Smoke Screen, a
40-to-I shot. In the previous 77
runnings. the race has only been
won seven times by geldings, the
last being Clyde Van Dusen In
1929.
Five of the hopefuls belong to
women.


S .. Hill Gall and Top Blend will
Thus, several scratches were seek a record fifth triumph for
anticipated before the field pa- Mrs. Warren Wright's Calumet
raeft to the post at 4:30 p.m. Farm, one which would record a
Central Daylight Time. sixth for trainer Ben Jones and
a fifth for Eddie Arcaro, Hill
Top Blend, chestnut son of Gall's Jockey.


WHN OMso N SPRATus
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3rd Race "G" Natimes-3 1
Purse: ple.00-Pool Closes:
One-Two
1-Calongo V. Ortega
2-Malaya A. Mena
3-Galon C. Ruiz
4-Libertino Jose Rodrig
5---aan M. Arosemhna
6-FFon 3. & ilvera


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National e e National
ati- Lu APe asked h M
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10 4. .714 tic Policy at
icinnatt I .0 63 W ett maid
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iladelph .. 5 .47 Saul sirelt6f
n. 10 practices allegi
aburgh 3. 1 1 .188 at the Univelt
were detailed
TODAT'S GAMES enough to int
llelpha at St. Louis (N). The mmaben
w york at Pittsburgh (N). the enforeime
rooklyn at Chicago. NCCA. I it l
eton at Cincinnati (N). tuk ahletk
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS u me
Gklyn 000 000 00-- 0 m ionto
rato 3000 202 00x-7 10 0 whole.
rac=a (1-1), Schmita, Black, The commilt
R and Car.panella. men4 either a
Slppetein (1-1) and Atwell. UnVveatty Is I
Ppeoslon of


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Ith Race "F-2" Nattve. F s. Nl
Purse: $75.L-Fool Closes: 2: Ch
1-Redondita J. Bravo 112 R u u
2-Canaveral 0. SancbeS 116
3-Resorte C. Igleslas 120
4-Miranda V. Ordoflte 116 DetrUt..
5--Golden Babe J. Phillips 114 New oi
6-Danublo K. Alfaro lllx
7-Mi Indio Jase Rodrig. 115
S-Volador J. Rodrigu 114 (1 mi )
9-Eclipse P. Rose 120 ClevS
10-Arqulmedes C. Lino 120 WT hS .',
5th Race D" Imported-7 Fgs.
Purse: w 9.-Pool Closes 2:5
I-Rocky C. Lino 110
2-Montmartre V. Ordoflez 112
3-Golden Mine 1. Puldo 112 D r
4-Pamphlet J. Bravo 112 rI" I*
;th Race H" Imported-7 FSp.
FIrst ase of tSe Doubles
Il-MOrqueton A. Verga1ra ll7 T uhe
2.-Alto Alegre B. AguLrre 11V2 cholka,
3-Pretlgio V. Ordofles 118 wbatUVeyf, w
4-Ventfe a Terre J. Bravo 116 the d MuadntIhe&
5-Levadura R. Vasque 112 the flntO ;
6-D. D.T. B. PulIdo 115 voted beg Va
7-Honey Moon J. Chuna 109x then 18 yhars
7th Raee "0" Imported-7 Frg. Hu es .. L
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1 ,rh (2-0) and Westrum." now is a member. rookie rancco Cas
%peen (0-2). Suchecki, Werle, in the s8 tobri
SJtWht, Main and Garagiola. J .. i Coahi hohadd Tbrion
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StThe folow in geventsh will
ftshp T iih e t i "t e Willp the p program. A. events e e e tl
Sbrht t leagues e b o inn pairs, one for girls o te basketball an Ar.
S25 hyeard free style nThe onahonhl Amateur AthtmeM
t -- e o a- 50 y ri breast stroke hnio b appointed a glet n
t4 Z! 7 yardl MIdividual medley eovm=408 to chDk ona S
f" Ilfhf aned third that Hughe s c eed 0 yard backstroke balr on M .1

O ley tW other reta wof tahea fowhIee.eya wilb etberans"l0O -
High School hurler's out- 0 P tpaye bay u
M Ae performance that gave Sh euta t
w et their first C < Baulboa Junior High swim- YOM two'
itm n ptIpinTe Attct notwillhaveafeestylnger reaDy dat te
ofSS^ 1 "tthe boysandgirlsfm Crinto- v e hat
rdM s.U highest ho 6f thce Mbal Jor h have e -m I ht
was the most w Vrluable igayereaward' wordtg to get into eondl- S ittser
pu. t Oly_ two other players wer tion for the meet. They will b eenrreprt.. I
MWm S O named on the balots for the weakened considerably In ter pie plavNr v0 iq
MVP, and 'they vn Noel Gib- mU standing since the boyse 0 MtW !
400tused -a e" te Balboa
~.rMS9 3hLqexpected to have
rM,&M rifi Lwfaii~ nM- I& "WOs Sh2 vOft evtot of the tw^iMM^


. rS1IUNE
ANTISEPTIC
AS VOON AS YOU CAN


Smillions of germs on throat murfac. It
Satacks these rms assocsmd with cold
bdoe they tmdck you.. hweps dt
from saying iriomu trouble. Take the
msible precaution aimst cold comli-
cazlonm-gauge with LISTIRINE Aiald

IN 7lSTS OVR A 12-YMAR PEOD, DAILY UMRS
OF LISTERINI ANnIsWIC HAD FEl COIDSI


- "-L Chata B. Pulldo 118
' .h Rae* "W" m ts-4 POe
One-Two
S--Nehulneo R. Vaauq 114
"--. Domino B. Mosno 120
S8--Vampiresa B. Pu01do 122
4.-Picon 0. 3 a6o 106
B--Fanaket L. lift
I LA.
a--T ifflar V. Ord 109
1MB Race 1-2 -mpeitnd-%t4 Pp
Pse: $375.00--Pool CAe: I :1
1--Alfonlto J. Bravo 11i
e .spartano B. PumidO 11
3-.BoEforo V. Ordoes IIi
4-Blitz Boy A. VasuM lft
5-Blen echo A. Mma 11
$-Mete Bulla J. Ohbum lf
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Pdar : 50.o0--Pool Cloees
l--Nortensia V. Rodrigm OlR
-4Loto G. Sanabe if ,
a-Annie N. J. Brave
4M-Whnsba B. AgNuag 35.


ing his PINaers
adenv. the Od coatIp will place from funds left over from -Ts
Serethe iUdonthe 1Mseamwon wth 4I Olympics.
an sxoeplicng"well done."
O had a 6 and 5 record a he ne ofthe
09*i* hil.th' "-.I Zarabet Wins 2nd .
&Q3W0Mr nnerup tfor the the- ac eof aNt that.th
s thework- lo"to"e dffPree 0iea toso
the o plchinga openteg d 0t ts o th British Classic

the tehe a on FraisSi. re ? l tMcAles three-. bl
r mi Tifc -iieam were entered for f oe sea- off

Most Valuable year-old filly abarat today At les
athe brand i ba captured the second dlael andlhu
4W 1t th e cned horse race of t ritish emason, the 00-.
et -w two .veQuonte a fenders, w ) the 1, ofme ,, rer one ue .
g1" 0M .e(to a few W e B e) at the Newmarket heat track"Ma1.
oe '. EZavala rkiben by Ken Gethin. r a
-4eatmas -- aribht beat the favored menderI
tinn sge wil ive his award -4ad s French ff Las Mlrambule by a e_
F eI-Tot L bgealf- while five lengthsam
at tn r Clubhouse 4-Iivl, Desdo ee anesl 0 Dewas' Refreshed the N
i tMay when all l-Biase wil was stored by champion marnse
a wn gve out and lI-o4seraa ijocky Ouro Rthardjs. is year


RACES


DOUBLES
I st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES

ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES


SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE


Sth Race


"D" Importeds


Purse: $600.00


1 Rocky------------ -- C. Lino

2 Montmartre .----....... V. Ordofez


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I Psephlet-- ...... .... J. Bavro 112


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7 Fgs.


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a5 more lommunisihi rusncu
Into the battle and the shoot-
ing began.


The steel companies took th
case to the Supreme Court a


The outnumbered 'Gold Shirts" am. Loay. ...overnmen ,
fled, to the Fine Arts Palacep winning control of the Indus
where Communists were at4n Court ofApeal had u
tempting to dislode them when t: p toay m e their c
the riot squads arrived. Ito te Supeme Court.
Luis Morales Jimenez. 17. one Bruce Bromley, counsel
of the Communist marchers, was Bethlehem Steel Co., explain
killed, and Secret Service Agent the Indtltry ationo.
Carlds Salazar Puebla was badly "In spltp of the fact that t
Injured and not expected to live. steel comPitnies Involved In wa
A woman member of the Red dispute I igaton won a complex
group also was among the vio before Judge David
who held that seizure of the sat
Earlier another clash had oc- dle byP ei ntan an ori
curred in the Zocalo. Mexioo CI- they have today asked the ori
tv's main plaza, but there was no prene .Coutt promptly to revi
shooting and no one was report- the eprreetness of Judge Pin
ed Injured. declailn," Bremley said.
OatkU s flared up as more "The omwm.lep feel tha
th. ,O0 worken.and Tip- Judge PRe dee a- isa eolara
erBgl~ t employes marched correct, 1#lIt his e iVe vHi
OtNi9fthbe WInh the lartert Interest Overn I# mf Af
MNt byprn e ever staged nationstl hat h Se
t- I--- City. ot promptlyl A tnal a
ent Miguel Aleman Val- e hloti ese m ano as teo
des headed the marchers ant or PdlSefrt Truima iiWs Is
raised a flag In the plata. but waes d mt power'" wbe msU
not endangered In the clash. The.ompai4esalo ased th
The eompu~es ato. ar, hs


NtED "VEEP" Elena Trety-
kova, above, holds the important.
position of vice president of the
Supreme Soviet (Parliament) of
the Russian republic. .


k -rweg


The girl who thinks no mon as
ood enough foer mher y be right,
S obut she is more likely to be left


MERCY HOLSTER "Carr4
your weapons at all times," Is
the order io soldiers In Kor4an
baille areas. and LL Robert
Schiels, of New York, attached
to the medical service corps of
the 45th Infantry's "Thunder-
bird" division obeys. He nM
fashioned a holster for his hy5g-
dermie syringe. and carries extra
"needle" ammunition.


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After Mexican.


May Day Battle

MEXICO CrTY, May 2 iUP, -I "Let the p
Police held more than 100 per-
sons for questioning here today FWENTY-SEVENTH YEA
as the aftermath of a gun bat-
tie between Communists andI
"Gold Shirts." a militaristic or-
ganiaztlon of extreme right-
wing ex-soldiers, which sent May
Day parade marchers scurryingt I W I W ff
for cover and resulted In one,
death and nine wounded ope cril-
ticalty. -
Ninety more persons were in- 1 m p
jured by clubs and flying 0 I
stones In a fierce 15-minute I C m P m *
outbreak in front of the Palace
of Fine Arts in downtown Mex- NEW-YORK, May 2 'UP'
ico City. President Philip Murray of
Police riot squads broke up CIO called off the United St
the clash after Reds rammed aiSteel strike at President '
burning automobile into the man's request today.
gates of the huge white marble Murray told the President
building in an attempt to get at was urging 650,000 United St
a group of "Gold Shirts" who workers to return to their
had taken refuge there. **as soon as possible."
Police said Mexico's famous He said he and other un
Communist painters Diego Rive-'fictl w0uld confer with
ra and David Alfaro S uelrospresentatives of CIO and mi
were in the center of the me- steel companies at a White H
were te center conference arranged b Mr
lee." There was no report they man Mr
were injured.
Thousands of spectators and The President had called u
parade marchers fled for cover on strikers to go back to wo
In doorways and under cars as "loyal Americans." Induui
when the shooting began after sources said It probably woo
the "Gold Shirts" tried to burn take two weeks to resume fI
newspapers and other literature production because furnco
distributed by Communists. have been banked and emptle
Pollee aid about 150 "Gold Meanwhile, the steel company
Shirts" attacked a group of In a surprise move appealed
Communist marchers led by the Supreme Court for return
Rivers and Siqueiren. Nearly their seized and strike-ld
-. .- -- ... ---a-j mills.


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. --,he ,overnmeotbe forbidden to
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states strlkln1f teelwoera w ff
Trru- InpBel4on of the nl.
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)ior reia-t_ b e wing to The'fabricators are not paotea "..
DUSe 8101".te Sip E11fled Ca&b T~
-b.rleto thetbasic steelpdispute afid l[E MAKES FAREW.LL iN--ON -'cei. D*t. D Ubbowr, vuj eP '
h MEE MAKES FAREWELL.INU4 IW --Gen. io0.a-to"the
Ore ~ex~ are still under private coxitmf. Wt
ameewv tare he de 10 Ohvb MAPS commander-by Gen. Mattih B. da on Je 1, etpemtshr
a!rs lam M he Nstalemated because ho fi-WaI ieaynI.t 101umm
rport .lenddet. pattern has been edt Buteokeburg, Germany, duringt a AWwil 'vidt to he vl
rk lied by the big integrated
tiry e.- tthmh a ta d. im. many. Ike lauded Ridgway's -aiplMhtm.et and said ho wuas l*.O that Gh"XN
id 9 observed that the Gapehart 1t oa te .po
ull reguation Ii "cliatic, 5 yo u m-18eOW Idleness in steel-related in- ther had been retained as Chief flitAff. .
e knO r"Iand said that Pri Maduatty rose steadily. Commercinal
ed. Sta Ellis Arnall once of- at- coal mines, as well as these own
fered the iadstry "a pride hike ed rt- 9d by the steel comrn les wora.I,
tft o ooflaloh-ve
1fes of ~filaa hav -' 4 a -' Closing. In western Ilanj'un i~i
to -dirofl alone, 43 mines were shu down
of said migt meet the union', and more than 24,000 m Ne
Sterms If given were idle.
lled ~ bck bho mk.hweve,.

itr b- -ga-- slix e Youy gster la ki leU1 KIIg
it 9 bolost of mr tt
In OWaut .5r. Trtan.NEW. YORK, May 2 (UP) A
SWil Swell Tim 6-year-old ex-convict bookmnak-
br was named today as a kly
ue eerL ij j suspect in the revenge killing of
MAY. 11 Arnold. eSchuster, the you n
for tbing slesman who pote
6ed ort bank robber Willie Butt to
,Six younstoers from the Canspo
the ome mschootll share fo- s
Ofe with theNa NTMre suspect was identified as
m e omal_ Jo(Chnappy) Mamiotth,
ellml Admirls for A
or- contcon .t ,oe of the mS lice sa ldhe wa the last man
Ity, e~hts plamted for the 1052k fi.wn to have handled tte .38
lu- Aft orces Day ebrgtions.. caMWr revolve, with which
ew-oStd tp the Vetlm as oa. ir was shot and killed al-
es Wars gmd the Am astli .On his doorstep onMakth 4.
is.. Imm dot$ w s am 14 theoli
WAR e klyn, iNA
I.?teea Da ,which e 'ght by potce.
isedpt at.- traned wit" vionty DiPrist At ;.
ig an. a~ll Zone McDdhlald saltl
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