The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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i4 ichigan blueberries. She' I I be cooled off because of adki o idgeta
'i eign over the annual Grand friction between the 3t3 -ofl aU M tT dte
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from the Pacific Coast
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NEA Food and MArkets E@ltor
Though the weather grows macaroni, % cup French dress-
Orm and the kitchen hot. one ing, % cup finely chopped pimen-
g-enerating kitchen activity to. 1/3 cup chopped celery, 1 cup
A an be cut down on Is dish- freshly cooked or canned peas, 3
STElihbe. To that ebd a Handy hardcooked eggs, chopped; 1 tea-
MN'vof paper plates on the soon salt, 1 teaspoon pepper,
4ty .ahelf is the answer. cup mayonnaise.
oper plates are no longer just Add .1 tablespoon salt to rapid-
plenic. They've had a face- ly boiling water. Gradually add
and havegone glamorous. macaronfai that water continues
tabo theft place at ta- to bol. Odof uncovered, stirring
is .npqufl Yellow. Avocado occasionally, until tender. Drain
,,Pai'adfre Blue and Petal in colander. Rinse with cold wa-
S ty printed patterns ter; drain gain.
4 l mthat correspond With In a large bowl. combine re-
china. manning l reents with cooled
s The pine-Inch size for macaro ni- n thoroughly but
slst the six-inch size for lightly. C several hours be-
aAnd butter nd the seven- fore rerving.
Sfor dessert and salad.
.n l t. have also gone Easy M allow Chocolate
e. are paper plates sacee
rr lmltaly treated (Makes about 1 cupe sauce)
io the rigors of hot
td' e use these a lot in our Two 1-ounce squares unsweet-
nii eaa=md eggs. for aa- tI-ed chocolate, I cup water, 1/4
ii~4hmons and often for a full cound marshmallows (about 16
het nter. marshmallows). cup sugar
S hen, there's the paper late dash salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla.
th smooth u*eoated Sface in a saucepan, combine choco-
tMt deuigan for 'tlObe quick late and water. Cook over Tr..-
tJuncheons. youngsters' dium heat until chocolate is|
M ee anmacks, picnics, thoroughly melted and mixture,
iesad nSOe-bour raids on has reached boiling point. Add
i.tobOdx. marshmallows, sugar and salt;
O your speially treated pa- stir constantly until marahmal-
uIg JM1, 3W these: lowa are dissolved. Remove from
e kt and add vanilla. Cool sirup
.1 f Vu ble galad Land pour lnt a clean jar. Cover
h ., l t ow wing) and place In refrigerator.
To make chocolate milk, mix 1
o bag apo.on 'salt, 3 quart or 2. tablespoon s chocolate sauce
a I. ous e eowthyeach glass of milk.

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NWS MNOW: fleagh Mrs. Grahma is to leavit
S, ims ber hems ln Deaver, Colorado, sl
lea etIMM a -native Panamanian foo
[ bw to Irpare them. Shu plans to e
aUs ftor an mUsual vt l't,wnect m
s.S1 el C-lan".asd other attiles taiut Ps

'MOiMare take bsnanna
fa tter of course u-
States, or meet
Som 'tohe temperate
*zen the 25 cents per
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To the mashed bananas add
the juice of two limes, the or-
ame juice and sweeten to your
t. Freae. When partially
1 "dd the beaten whites of
eggs ald finish freezing.
IBaed banarna are worth a
your guests dr family ap-
something different.
I banana Im n 1' s-I,
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PRf M to So t W 1hIMt yoa
oftlAhem to t aletr ev-
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skis and add ttr chunks on
t7Ir tao. You a do the same
A %j Jut a fto 'mutes -in
mur eote. with eSthe
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This is not a bread.
PeSl 8 firm. ripe bananas and I
oll in
2 tablespoons lemon juice and
hen in
Shredded coconut.

Place In a well-uread baking
Pon ahd bake at .175-400 degrees
5 to 30 minutes. or urtli tIle.oo.
onut browns a Ifttle and the ba-
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seriously. She itkes to set as ae at
year and complete all her btyeiw fI thn ; fkft-.

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calao these of the opn-erm
.ftehion sesseary, In the opin
DuBn the summer months C
white pieces. They complete
EDITrwot NOTE: Dance
Cyd Charisse (starring now In
"p8mbrero") has worked out
her own clever sheme for ax-
IS a haefmplely-coordin-
ated wardrobe In the shwtest
time possible. In this exclusive
by-line story, she tells women
Just hew she 'ibs solved a ma-
Jor shopping problem add a4
ehleved, St the same theime, i
wardrobe that's unfailag If
Written for NEA Servieee
SHOPPING may be a chore for
ome womep-but not for' me.
throbghly enjoy choosing and
oordlnating my clothes. Perhaps
Me reason is that I have learn
ow to be a seasonal shoppet,
hMw 7vlng a great deal of time6
Except for small items ik
hkwkc"u and lingerie, I lind
ty wardrobe-:rarching exped*
ions. What I like to do Is set a-
ide two or three days at the be-
blming of summer and winate
or just the purpose of finding
he tigh) clOthes. And I1 *Iw
ry to, buy my.,4acceartle <9
aMe dtay21pick **pit wr & V'
ThaVt hnt as coftplae tM i
pounds, 'either. Once I.huve e-
lded on a dress, I wear h
own to the mllIUiry t
lent so that I ca "th
e et colc., shape and'szlat-- to
amplemnnt it. "..-
O. caM, there's always the
M ffof buying the dress sIn
atp. Whenever I do,
ipy take the drqgs a-
ig to =y favorite hat depart-
entMad make a selection then
Sw practically the same
n f..when I am buying
a't possible for ae
or Uake
e a tUi le swatch of
If my dress has a belt. I Often'
v to buy matdhing shoes. I have
so discovered that matching
ioes and .handbags don't de-
act from a costume. I always
ok for bags that are easy and
mfortable to carry.
Gloves are a favorite p t of
y wardrobe. and specalll$ this
ason. There are so may un-
ual and attractive Stl s ta
oose from.
am Kuided by the lenIth smi t
t of the sleeve with whb the
ve la worn. I iDOso-
mely. simple gloves -0fly*35
patterned or Hgl
ual In ine. a I a -
y tyro of glove f W SWrmer
To be "peret* wm d.1
ese WRfl womaSslauld agtve
g mt el of beimgwt f t
Sf w felry she 'll wi
h r mew claM o.
tIs ant to S s o a
aMM. -smart aeds .t
V1vy. ftewelry or to
m teed yal of coto
"Mi UiMM

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f Irobe. I think i ar
plans worth making-do__t you?


Here's a wife with a real pro-
t eW vee years ago she marted
a young man from a different
tothW e country and went to
I e In his home town.
e works in his father's busi-
7ess and father and son get A--
long fine.
But the husband's mother as-
omed from the beginning that
she had the right to run rt
Edaghter-in-law's life.
Says the daughter-in-law:
"She criticizes my clothes a8m
makes such remarks as:- 'I w th
you would take me along aft
time you go to buy a dress."
"She wants to know how mmdh
evey i -costs syees
teel m because my uxb .rfte
wsa~ or his father we shedd
ndt mke'any financial decisalms
wIto talking the matter ovr
with them.
"Her vyltations are cotmand
perfommwes.I he'll call me up
to *grae is giving a party a*m
adds tWSt. of course, se Js. e-
pesting us to be there. And cob-
venient or not. we go.
"She doesn't even heitate to
tell me what couples abe linkb
we ought to see moarea f M
which onas she cant undeastau
what we see in.
"Maybe all ths doesnc t ead
too important. But I feelM ke Zta
betng motheredd"
atnd you are. st youe anm pro.
ably straigbten thina outt wsi
JflerWmkiation and tact
Tou'll need the determlnithmn I
to stand up for your own idea
ad pMlanw ad to *put a tfp z
to tbis pushed wund. '
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ytoM 4a tat ye -s

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whe t fa ce to face with
t l crudeness of
life, Vban It sinks beneath the
aeooleetons, when
is Vt ti- nd life is lull of
ss the faithful
y Mus, or the one we
t owdelan ahn... how

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tp ratwig ft ) above lines
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oTivOll Ave.-Phone 2- 1sI. MndOOt Srg Ml

'Pfoorth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

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eLE fnols steel pipe. EU PhonREKA S ANC an R
A, A 133 Central Ave. Just around Govnriwmut E plr On Flnonw Co.,,@R P0N1Co
;rner "-j" St. Open untl 9 P. m Whien you fiun eylat r new drawitW$B v n135 1a'15 q
R.'SALE' -UPr iht piano. Phone AGENCY ar, dNay ylt I $. / 1year;$149.
S 2-1040 IBalboa No. 48 AleMitbih oRw 15. round, trip 2 3 90 day-
SALE.-Boxer. fremote, beauti- Phone 5.494 i-4 lirnit Panalw ltl e ap-
'-' ul town with flashy wh-te .mark-l F0t ppost An on'bw ML tPnam a
ful fawn with flashy whie ma FOR SALE: Pontiac ,1949, out 2-1655.
ings. Young, breed once produced 1950; perfect condition; hydra-
14 pupp.eq Would make an ex motie; new fires. .1,450.00. Tel .. .
cellent breeder or pe, raised with 2-3078 office hours., .0 T
"40. 43-B o FOR SALE:-Mercury 1951 Sedan, 4 DI
L L Icoor. WSW. Seat covers- Ever-F FO( ..-r *1,e
1,,;0 nrl o furnitur u erom glades green). $2,000. Kaiser '48 .59.5,0
'*dlntngroom furniture, bedroom Sedan 4 Door, overdrive, radio., .9.50
18do, etc Tel 2-3392 seat covers. Telephone 6-264. ,
.itR SALE. -- Piano ond furniture $800
i.A rhird Avenue No 50, San Frn- FOR SALE:-1942 Chevrolet Truck .' '
c.-co. i _____ 12 ton. Cab over engine. Stake P SAM E We h"
FOR SALE A registered cock- platform. S,x new tires. Duty paid. 25 Thhh i fh, f washer co n-
eW,. e spanel pup, live weets old Te'ephone No. 2-0825-3-2427. ven25inl ype. Mue- a-,de d
t. 2181-A. L. -.d'. C. Z. FOR SALE.-Nash Statesman 1950, bleria Cq.M- U1 Central
S5ALE-Tropical Aauaritr fish- perfect condition, 3.1,500.00. Tel. Inert to Eni thCeater), TeL A
es, recently arrived from Miami. 3-2078. 2-1081. oni i aort
white cloud mountain, play vara- FOR SALE -'50 St debaker ,Cham- OR SALE:-RCA rddio table model d 4i. 'Ctact fi
.n, crater rosaseus. velvet and pion 4 Dr. Sedan with radio and Q22. 5 band ~ 6 tubes. I Caiafol
ogs., reasonable price, see plastic sat covers, 9..00 miles. 3004, 5th ftlivor, room 5. ..
-m at your sole store. Caso Mike $1,300.00 of B '3064 or Col6n. .
-r.J- see at 0588.-, M~irdl St, AconR. FOR SALE:--Co.l c p0s range, 4
WAN TED lFOR SALE--1940 01c obile Con- burner. su le For batted gas.
W E I ,, vertble with radio. Lvingreaom & Phone Pedro Mlguel 4-320, Qtrs. '-
,"" ,1 p J Ibedroom set. Baby c-!b, stroller. 128. Five mrronths old, used only .
.. ...r ......... "'"high chaotl and dremser. Phone. 3 months. Very cheap. R. N -F rm, -i 4 kl iL j .
TeTO BUY:-Used piano at Pnama 3-2416. FO RSALE:LvIngom set, refri-
irlosonoble prIce. Call Crixtobal 3- garaa I Ve .
.916. FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet be.ds Phor".-44381, 8 to 12 a. m. FOR ftEN
Small s ze baby crib ton Station Wagon. Steel express .,- -- ---- ,r
,nd child's chest of drawers. Call body, adjustable side-seat, excel-FI .SA'Ae x 2 eilre,2ny. mie.
$tkt..ndu 515. lent motor, good condition, $350. tunrile action, $110. Caloil 6-350.
?fW__--5152 -- 00. Ncw portable record, player. FOR SALE:-Lorge Magic Chef Stove
r for Icdy partner to sh:re an pick-up and power-unit, 60 $40. Hoover wething machine
jupencent room wrt, rri ate cycle, a buy. $55.00 House 601- $50. Sirnmoqo divan Idouble bed) NIew
.1 Lady professor preferred. Also A, Ancon 13.vd., at Balhio Place. $50. Alljpnfect condition. Cali-
na Tel. 3-4220. FOR SALE-1950 Nos Ambinsador, famornb A ts. No. 5. 40th St. Tel. urnsnwr 3
fully equipped, In godd condlop, 3-0833 Panama.rm.Sub o
t S S1.350. Phone Radmoah 366b. pOR SALE:-ft er Economot wath- chlrs.Ae enr
AtiC SOCetV. FOR.SALE.-1951 Buick cdpvrtible. Ing'" ldh ne, 0 ole fully aMut. pltma upt wbe A le
iend From Pawe Pl*V* I Phone Albrook 4112. E. Z term. tic, d fi onths, $185.00. 67. Te41. 3I-*0.
wMr. and Mrs. Gedrue Sar- FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsemobblle Moll-
d their daughter Julia Gall day Coupe, 24.000 miles Hydra-
Weil. Wisconsin. Mr. Bar- rnmtic Crive. Radio with dual
a former resident here, I speaker. Excellent condition. $1.,-
EBWitkthe Merrill Music 770.00. Duty Paid. Phot e Office a FOR SAL 4
1 M't. She will also visit 83-6103. 1wna
toWn. Pa., with relattvesa In L e I
s S tewar
a Jrt. To, .o -.
heoftf s t-tl 'Tex
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Broas also got round ppers. Pune 350.00 oM s: 1:15 Jr. C g I Ut tl,. IK. on, scored 20 points
Mm e Ia asaT c D0 Trout, With relief help Second Rg.e b sp1a tWi M biC team.
I* L Vr mere frobl Beantoh and Lou Brick- i LolItq jo 110 league leading M&du
; _-, ( uer, earned his eighth win to 2 Mandn 114 wil run into some ht
TEAM- Won Lost Pct even his season's record, Dom a3 Redgodu 113 ft Al M ts abton tonight when t
uoolyn ., .. .. o 30 .6m DiMagglo, Dick Gernert and 4 La Lodba 120 a fast coming
New York ,. ..... ." S."& Troul all clouted four-baggers --- .. .. M .. .. ..9 five. The fans w 1 see
SKS. Louis .. 42 for the wi unrs. C1fM Mapes got rlttace -|' N a- % Fpg. .as .." .. ..... 0 emsuch stars asaW l4ams,
S tdelp5k4 .... 1 47 a circuit smash fas the losers. :P : *l.9 : 1:45 Jr. wi, .. .. .. ., 7 i Sweeney, Bratloff, McAr-
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.. .. .. .41 57 .418 18th and Allle Clark offset an 1 ATrrant ) e 112 .. .. .... 2 a 'others. In the first gaiml o
.. .. .. 41 0 earlier home run smash by Larry 2 La G ..avo 114 par ,. .. ..... O twbill Jr. College p'as
7 ...28 76 5 Doby and Harry Byrd pitched 3 Coran .a 116 ame time: 7:80 p.m.
%Z. a ;g ame hot Included, the A's to victory over the In- 4 LI Nift O a 104 I. night's tnpa. --
Sdians Excelsior sdofez 108 tiPn G FT a G
'1 ",* dl"8 58 Placina Agulrre 110 Cr -' scored V~9,-ttl_ .w g .... .. .. 93 1 .
TODAY'S GAMES chuck tobbs' five-hitter stop- 7 Sinceridad M. Rafael 115 ov f and B o .. .. ... 1 0
ago at Brooklyn. Cud St iviaa ^r 5.r 8 Kalsan G. Prescott 115 Sot c edelively. The seor.. .. .. 1 1
ainntI at Bosat (). ed the ambition senators. Ed Consentdk 0. Cruz 109 were B to 28, and 58 to 46. 2 0 4 .
rgh at New York. Robinto, with s 19th run- Noti- : N Entry runs out of betting Bob Glbwn, nlaing h1s nrtit oe ...........0. 0 0 l N
S li. is, t Philadelphis. tripper. sparked-the White Sox. game '--"( aro wr own-p, .. .. .. .0 0 toWin
a--- P dh. lJackie Jensen homered for the 4th Race ;- flkte 4% Fps. nett, 13 ~ ts to lea his 0 .. .. ... 3 1 te'W 1
Senators. Panre: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:30 to y*Mty. Ed Capabloe, hur .. .. .. 1 2 6 gt ti
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS In the National League, Jimu Q INSELA tihal-Maduro player, played n .... .... 6 1 18 l*. o :lt
Called at end at.'six innings, ?hodes' saxth home tin the last 1 Tuira B. Pulido 118 last gaes of the season eort .. ... .. .. 1 1
*ia). eight games was hit seconds be- 2 Volador H. Reyes 106x seven* points. Far Fan's FreBo .
R E lfore a torrential downwour stop- 3 esorte B. Aguirre 116 andG Oilugher netted 12 and 9 Totals ......18 7 45i
tOQ-3S 5 0 ped the Glanta-Plras game. 4 Golden Bound J. Phillips 107 pant resjectivelly to be hih .-*D
002-4 7 6 Rhodes' two-rup clout supplied 5 Tin Tan V. Ordoftez 110 peters for the losers. FG FT T
kson (8-15 and McCul- the necessary margin for a 4-3 6 Casablapca J. Bravo 113 ...... 5 2 1
i Jisen, Wihelm (9-2 (1) win. 7 Bijagual 0. Graell 120 ... .. ......... 1 .
an i t f--Rhodes. 8th.
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I t9 R E LOeagueg ame the Reds w dF*: $5t00*. PoeFl closes: 0 -"..... .........1 0 4a
g atcli 101 330300-4 13 2 craves 8-3.heago at k Miss tha O. a pl109..... 1 2 4
120 000 00o-.3 8 0 lyn was rained out in the fourth 2 Supersct _1o,) Y.tO0' 120 .. .. .... h 1 1 __ _. m
TPowaki (10-6) and Semi- with Chicago Wminn and The 8 Fampiresa) A.Vasques ezl1sxI._. ... .. 10 10 30"
,Real (1). Wilson (10-8), Cardinals abd PIIlies play 'tb- 4 Sinr Doss Agairre 112 11 aaa _._.__.01 S af
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!. ;. i^-i~lr' TTiioST RACE B1 Matty R'Pbra 115 Teams froa. otherr CentroalIW ,O 0 0
S--. 1-Ray mnd $ 60, $2 0, 2.20. 6 Arm0eno ts Teands PoMi, oAt... coan ..Vf
Wen1- LMsPct 2--Buehas Tardes $2.40, 2.20. 7 Atlos L. M as 'l'lI 112 will be tvited to e I is Vto er ,.. ,. .. .. B 0
ork .... .. S 45 57 8-."lrena $2.80 8 $each a *A. Vus 112Z first Jnternational motorcycle Arias ........ .. *1 0 o t.
5.. .. .. b S D R g fartolou *% lkte to racing$ evedt in ta .acey.. ... .. .. 0
l .._ .... 8 .5! lA-Portal (aecludetafrem bet- The' d 4'e 4. .
S.,..u* t b~ ... 7 th USlr- .-s..111. open the Tdoal sea : 1 *- i 2
2:.4: 5 :? i "t t $9 $8.60 *y i *th a speedway tnee *
"" ."55 '.53 41031 3-Diana $3.20. the Olymp adum '- *. .. .. os 2 ,c
L .. .... 43 *-184 First Double: Seoond xne .. a ible. s m. .. t0 :a
... .. .... 3 7 .380 (Raymgnd-W et) $24. Q 3ASIC AB eONTe. the Tot .. .. .. 7.21 7 46
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L gtna DatrltN- (2 2-La Buerte $3.40. 2 Booll Pultdo 114 VIS sreentrl ?1o de4 )HOrn.-
i .t CS1.Lls0 a (2). One-Two: 3 R. A iator V. Oronefes 108 .
(BSi. n) (si, .-L Suerte) 0.80.e' 4 Welsh Fox) F.Rose 108 a- F.lix
t Chicag (). FOURTH RACE 5 Cy.Malone) B. Agurre 18 A. R
S1-Espartano 14. $5, $3.40. 6 Notable A. Vasquez 106 w
nTERmDATS nESULTS 2-Danescourt $3.40..$2.60. 7 Rocky C. Lino 105 0 r Wong, Y.
R B 3-Bien Recho $2.40. P Able,
York 200 St 000-6 14 1 Quiniela: (Espartanowdanes- 9th Raew 'E'' Imported-I7 P. Smith wat a
ist 811 240 00x-11 13 0 court) $24.60. arse: $550.60 Pool closes: 4:40 ad -
i FI Tr RACE QUNIELA iser: R. st ; -i A the
,1 -Pinta $6.60 $3, $2.60. I) J. Baeza Jr..US 1pt -Able; ,tow
-C aflionab 132.80. 3o G wood E. Gugnot 120 B.P. alencia, P. Itadi-ge
S3 81XTH RACE 4 Plambaro B. Moreno 116 0pFa?, 3lB. Carr.ll .. i
:---- F 1-Petit Pols $5, $3, $2.40. 5 Alabards F. Rose 110 -'--------------
R H E 2-Welsb Loch $4.20, $2.60. 6 Coragglo A. Vasquez 105x Y Frn Ts -
o 410 000 032-10 11 1 3-Avenue Road $2.40. 7 choice Brand B. Puldo 112 J
1ot 100 002 020-5 10 2 SEVENTH RACE 8 Paragon H. Rey es lix. hlic 'a, .rey.
-rt t (8-8),Benton (6). Brick- 1-Jepperin $74.20 1.3.0, $4.60. 9 Hurlecano g. Alfaro 120 w- sl I'
1-. (8) and White. Newhouser 2-.Prags $.60, 3.20. 10 Ra9thln Light A. Ubidias 120 th
IJ Llttlefield (9) and Gin- 10 3-Forado .40.La 130 El
I'"R. R--DlMs to 4th out Second Double: (Petit Pols-th Rae- nImtrted-64 Pgp. -UO_ MaSagnb~ Uhm M.. w. mrrow
S, mapes 6tt, A Jepperin) $276.40. Pau : $40.00 ool closes: 5:15 SJS (4) A $ t)
--- EIGHTH RACE ONE TWO 1Ut Z fl fte 0i oAmWO 0e as anw can telI c tl
toan It9 E 1 -Alejandro $19, $6.20, $3. 1 GranI Dt O. Castillo 100 VaaiSapS i 1 *. a od-ter t4- -iS d
i ton 001 000 00-1 5 1 2S--CPretn $3.40, $2.80.F 2 Reval Baeza Jr. 115 (e) f t 1 f sunwere8 to a triA
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,g ena 7th. l ttee $140 j.40.. 7 Paques A. Vasquez 11'x 11-G .asp .
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