The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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:
AA00010883:00143

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G.A.O. IN CANAL ZONE his letter to the convention: 'Th
AFL has been a staunch pa-teUr
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h.las is meant for all the squawkers who have been writing for since Ibecame vpt
me many letters full of derogatory remaiks f albot the General and they just Wters 2ot to
tlIn Office p ate assign in thseaon Allof their break up that partner ,-
m sure, were written without bothering to search for though the company's p ldet
fthe a. was retiring.
I hate to say "I told you so" but remember a few weeks
btck I stressed, in my letter to Dear Squawker, that you should This was relayed to the We-
a L te R e facts before you complain or 1t1dt? publlean commanaer-ln-eluf
are the facts the quawkers wll have found about about the time he was mea ,
tm GA.O. men had they bothered to seek the; with Sea. Taft. That e1o9 e .i
1) Because he knew the difficult acotig problems which lati.n itvtes liWR. M. 4 .
would arile due to the merger ofthe Panama Railroad sald Mt. OCatS t .W
Company and the Panama Cal6l, and because he was the AFL ea pU tote .;
cognizant of the lack of qualifed accounting personnel even tougher Of? w
available in the Canal Zone, the Acting Governor, under their high semoand, a idfe iat
date of October 27, IS0, requested atistance from the of- Repablean, deddled to see the
flee of the Comptroller general In eating up a new ac- General personally.
conmtinx system; in seeing that proper valuation was plac-
ed on the assets of the Canal, and such other help as the At this writing a breakfast ap-
staff was qualified to give. All this was requested in addl- polntment is scheduled and when
tion to the regular audit work performed by the O.A.O. this appears will have been held
*ae. in the Hotel Commodore. TIe
3) request for assistance came at the same time the labor chiefs intention was to
Z).rollter General's auditing responsibilities were in- rge enh"ower to split with
under the reorganltstion program. Hence, it was ori I
neabosay to assign larger number of men to the Zone "'Theor s is the result of
for a period longer than those of pretlus years or any ...... othe r, h '
t-foplated In the future. The wis ha not been on- worie or y +1 t AL
fed Sere tlefintely, but have a deadle date to ac- who are wored more by TA "
evmaft their tas s. 400,000 vote margin in lis g1i
3) The ien ed are a part of the Comptroller General's Ohio victory than by the actual
aa lWU t and are therefore entitled to per curbs in the Tait-Haltley law.
S. V the tandardlied Governmeat ftavel Regula- Taft Is now the tyfibol of the m1
UflEt rle a per diem rate of 33 13 the Canal Zone, political success of a man who
f .I tetto' y of the GA.O. to allow t malmum rate challenged the l l ._eadee b.
for 4 d not in excess of 60 days drting any 180-day itself tO destroy hilt t t-aM.
ler se imitation period, and no per diem la permitted Now, again, the senator has sue- a
ia aldes at 180 dan at any one temporary post of duty ended iDA challenging it, this NEW YORK.-The good old summertime sems te eai
uaftMt t, it U tleally authorized by the Comptroller Gen- time through his famous recon- L bout wr ed yor and ifo you
eral. Th oer General, after careful considera- ciliation breakfast with Elsen- had Wtl a I.'u.I'd .hanw*' old I#* t"
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M launches: never able to keep in proper operation due to b
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flicker industry, who was ruined
by the advent t ofthe talkies, is
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:rrue, "TWO's Company."
jt &abraf'ne from Holly -
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jmels. Winding up her after her long illness. She's back
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i anybody wants to see Girl Next DOW." ... Jekn Pierre
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ies, i'l be delightn.d." The fo- the flmbpogi phy of Louis
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7lept .2pt. 7. on television.
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I've made In which I could theater ma e for "We're Not
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the Dan Dailey-Constance a warm-up fr a flimusical co-I
a romance reports. Their starring the pub.
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Dan in "Taxi." The movie bout a certain leading man:
it is married to Byron| "He's terribly nice, but when-
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SAL.E:-Suite or carved Chinese
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arcelain. Inside and out. Best
lffler. 5287-.% Dioble.
SALE:-Household goods, rugs.
t E. washing machine, folding
misc. Items. House 216-A.
Place I Fishbowl I Ancon.
ObSALE:--Leaving Isthmus. I re-
rsetor, Westinghouse, porce-
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eto7r 575.00; 1 Radio-Phono-
Capehart-Panamuse $100
40 albums of records $2.00
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as., 2 mattresses 39" $10.00
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dresser $12.00; I typewriter.
eyal $20.00: 1 table, mople V'A
26" $10.00; 1 rod and reel
miqC. tale $25 00; Misc
Mwvs.Thl-ee islbeIe 2.-2742.
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SALE :-V*eh, 25 cycle, 8
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cflent condhtmn, sony records,
9 albums, $35.00. 2-3641 -
74-8. WitlmwuaOn Plfs. TbMS.
* SAME :-Mao gny Chins cloewt,
model, in excellent condi-
on. Apply at apartment 17, last
202 Central Avenue, after
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SALE-All porcelain, apartment
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SALt ,a aig ii e Tirfigelr-
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3341, from 8:00 to 12.00 and
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new, excellent odtion, sacriPhon ce
Phone Albrook 7194.
FOR SALE:-LCate 50 Bueck, Riviera
Dynfl ow $2,.000, wll finance
Phone Navy 3573.
BARGAFNI 1947 Mercury Club
Coupe, WSW, rodio, spotlights,
duty paid. Must sell today. Tele-
phone 9-4457..
WANTED


WANTED TO UYi;-Car 1942 or
1946, prefer Ford Coupe. Duty
free or *pld. 'Mr. Oovie, Tel. 3-i
0996 or 3-495.


WANTED
Miscellaneolus
WANTED:-American couple. No.
children. Need vacoFr m quarters
October 10th. fax .666 Fort Clay.
ton.
WANTED:-Baby's Play Pen In good
torndtlion. Coill -Rodman 3451.


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n ~ dt. Made in States. Excel-
*4260 Tephere Pana Advised Tb Get
E:-1 circular couch (Chi- Much More Sleep
design upholstery). 2 circular EVANSTON Il. (UP) Dr
ony coffee tables. I frame EVANSlTOr C. Alvarez ) n- e r.
r with cushions. to match Waler C Alvarez says nervous
h $175.00. Albrook 86-6212 persons should get more sleep
175 Abrook and avoid blowing their tops."
3Alvare, former Mayo Founda-
SALE: Simmons sofa-bed. tlon specla st, addressed a
00.00. Call after 4:30 p. m, group of executives at North-
k days, offer 10 a. m. Satur. western University on "How to
and Sundays. 2020-C, 2nd St Live with Your Nerves."
urundu, C. Z. Alvarez, now a professional
lecturer at the T1ilversity of 1l-
S, linols, said pain caused by ner-
S field W alted vousness is not imaginary.
. ___ "The nerves can greatly up-
@ '6IElM:--Maid took and clean; set the function of a perfectly
t sleop in. Apply No. 5, 50th normal heart or normal sto-
Apt. S. stomach," hbe said.


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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudanfte Street No. 140 between
"J" and "K' Street. Phone 2-3479.
Deberman Pinscher. For Sle. Pure-
bred Puppies. Phone Cristobal 3-
1284.
Muriel Hatting of thel Gatun Club-
house Beauty Shop is still offering
0ou our $510.00 Cold wave for $7.
50 Phone for appointment Gotun
41 1. Ulla Hart-Prop.
NEW LOW FARES .... SCHEDULE
SERVICE one way TO MIAMI. ..
S 7.00.. NEW YORK. .$110.00
GUAYAQUIL.. $75.00.. QUITO
..$86.00. Via AREA.... "T he
Route of the Good Neighbor" -
BOEING 4-engine planes-ROUND
TRIP TO..MIAMI.. $120.60
--NEW YORK..5$202.30.. GUA-
YAQUIL $135.00..QUITO ....
$154.80. .For more details see -
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE..
Opposite Ancon Basstop.. Tele.
phone.. 2-1655.
SPECIAL MCaUetONS!
FROM P7NAMA TO tIUXICO
one way $85. round trip $135 (15
day-limitl, $160, 'good one year);
to LOS ANGELI., one way. $149.
15, round trip $252.35, 90 day.
Irmit Panamafi Dispoatch Service,
opposite Ancon bus top. TUl. Pen.
arena 2-1655.
FOR SALE

FOR SALE: One S piece set of
ladies Ifm luggi. "New." $100.
00, Cumundu. 569-B. Phone 01OO.
FOR SALE.-Matched set golf clubs
woods and irons. Tommy Armour.
all weather grips, Scatchgroin all
leather bag. 1443-B, Owens St.,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Piorap, Milton Studio
Model. 17th St. esk, Hoo* a No.
4. Rdom 15. upStairs, Panbahm.
FOR SALE:-Sacrlfiee, Stei Vene-
tin blinds 42" x 60" Padded
Cornice board 78" MJ7, Frigidal-
re 25 cycle 'uni only,. no Jox)..
Crnrt4bl 2T61 Colon 1311, Ru-
dolf. House 9071, 1Oth St.
FOR SALE:--1 electric train, extra
track, car, signals, switches. One
25 cycle transformer. I No. 8 ',
erector set. One 26" btry's bi-
cycle. One 26" girr's bicycle. One
used 25 cycle washing machine.
One small steel lathe and motor.
2-3241. #'tb,..

Nixon Aided
(Continued from Pafe 1)
to meet the pxtraordinary office
expense connected with h1 ob.
Smr h asserted it would be
prefeable for the government
to pay Wbitbers of Congife
enough to do their jobs but
since it doesn't be recommends
the Callormnia plan to other
states.
"I1 this plan is ndt lerreragy
adopted, It ought to be," Smith
said. "One of the most danger-
ou facts about government Is
that W pro1M taUves in Wash-
ngton are constantly being sub-
jected to pressures.
"There Is nothing in our plan
that Is dislreditable to Dick. It
Is entilrety W UcLAve and pub-
lic sirtbl. is nothing in
It tMht violates any law I ever
heard of."
Smth was one of the original
group which a"d Nixon to run

nanoe charma a f that cam-
a. He is a I e of the
2600"bit State
Central Oom tte and Chair
man p1 the Southern California
Volunteers for M.

knew he had no mn6e We zM.
ognIu4 it was. noewMu fis
hftso11ej 1 in tImn 1 e taS e
wf ettriy. We tbhere .
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AppMfel fk: Radio en- oN
gineering book, Menney;
How to l on relinimh your O.
furniture, S .l, civil
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of the fe'.ows my age I much of the recestruction work
are in the American r had already been done.
y ow," said Plc. .asnclsco The young soldier said that
e a Fermnndez, -year- Guam is quite lsmlar to the
trock #river Of the oleth Canal Zone. both It climate and
ortation Car Company, products, "It's a little cooler at
S mador nights," be sid. The people
S 'bere ian because they don't sepak a special Ouaminlan lan-
t t to happen again." Igage called Chamorro. -
manez noa good reason to which contains many elements
this way. because the peo- of Spanish, and they are of a
his homeland don't want mixed race. of which the Malay
happen again. He's not strain predominates.
flew Mexico or Kentucky The Island Isto a United BtWes
Vermont. He's from a little territory and its people ae
'Id out in the Pacific that American citizens, although
mlaNted to dust during the they cannot vote. .
Swr Guam. In 1948, Fernandem started to
hauky black-naired driver work with the Armed Fortes.
S J .t at the English-F nrat he was with the Seabet%
ae shool in Guam when then the Army, then the Mar-
S- e attack came in lines, then the Navy, finally the
'- .te aisand a bare 206 civil service. "Most of my work
I tiles was soon taken consulted of driving, and I did
U lSe Japanese, who by sheer plenty of it," he said.
bers overpowered the tiny In Oct. 1951. Fernandez join-
noing garnlson. ed the Army and was sent to
3. rIng the occupation. Fer- Scholftield Barracks, Hawaii. for
his parents, his five basic training. He was then
S er and five sisters he's shipped to Camp Stoneman,
eldest-lived in the jungle Calif., flown to Camp Kilmer,
had to work for the Japan- N. J., and arrived in the Canal
S"The occupation was pretty Zohe Peb. 8.
," he said. He illustrated Fernandez didn't make the
with some of the atrocity long trip alone. Accompanying
of the type, unfortunate- him all the way from Guam.
O widely known today. but aeram the Canal in the 33rd
W the Army and Marines Infantry ft tment% are his old
b in Guam to retake the buddies Pftc. Vicente and JoMs
d in July of 1944, many of Benavents, of Company A. and
S*lb- Ouaminlans did more than Pfc. Ram6n Flores of Com-
root fdr the Americans. "I pany C.
MM too yorang," said PernAn-
am. nbut my father helped the FernAndex doesn't know yet
Watem, was a guide for them whether hell make the Army a
Finally got himself wound- career. But whether he does
or not, he hopes his purpose in
he war over. the people of joining the Army will stand He
i' i numbering about 25- saw what the last war did to
Mj-i set eamt to rebqlld their his homeland. le feels strength
JIWsred islaW and Atana. can prevent another one. He
whr eapitaL Fernandezs aid doesn't want to see another one.


Pm^sAet Den

To Take 0
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t o take
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Vential
Sthe national
.ld 5. rtlol.
to retur to Wash-
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whomr Wr. Trunf
draftpd Into the Army.
a fit described the
telephone call as a
Sa and said it
M te out of free air.
ase, who was Army
tht W staff, at the time, said
wUs vacatinlag 'n Georgia
*, the call uame through.
shower said he refused
Sborder with a bitter pro-
'-.*"^ d about It at his news
aMmmce, Mr. Trumman said at
" i tu Mt no Mbu Incident ever
Sopk lace.
ant White House press
Roger UHUby whisper-
-to I. Truman and the Pres-
t %& Tubby had remindedn
p'at night have had, such.
tIgwt6n with Eisenhower.
Mr. Truman added that'
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TOLEDO, 0. (UP)-Andrew .L
O d i* White, a profesmonal automobile
ies Ordering t;t hs two omlaints a-
Sbout today's cars--e much t13
Sd the way of fkasblh trim- In.
)ver Railroads w adh t
as a conais for the lAdus-,
S- try's major firms.
Intervt, have cb eed
The chiletexecutive also said that shiny etals, patt
he believes the Demo'atic cam- those of pwre decoration, pro
paign to bWet E6aenhawer 1 .o- mote, .eye-fatigue "with can
Ing veryS d ii be a hazard on the highways."
We said he based his oDiion Wtndshietd wipers, by the1it
partly on the screams of the R steady swingingback-and-forth,
public press. He said thef have a '"h pnotlc effect on the
I blicans wld not resent the tired driver." Whte said. He
a tue o Democra Jc nominee agsted "that bWan be given
AdlilSte X S n ff they were *A ta btooe tiv
not so thin Askinnedt, h dres.v cadot .
As for ilsenhower's statesameunt
that he ret u to have sky rtBy-Ct
the r"lanf trftplB ID4 N

he would tieS oibey s ter,
rat Just isn't d the. Pre166-
dent said. ,o'f, 0. o .
A reporter read Mr. Trumaa plma sbstitute, lte. from
a news story quottUiR asoeates sugar and sc ed to ill In
of leenhower as sarig tbhe prt1 the o e rean"
ex-general had told the Pae1- pilnot n htIn
dent he would resign rather a pl Ati a e d l
than comply with such an or- ab ca f "Pla e-
der. lax, cmaten Maths of re-
search by the Cofamonwealth
Mr. Truman said he was so y Fmsis l Co. It is mra de a
that these so-called informed e e eo i m-
sources were so grossly mMin- '^Mfts fouiB sugar
formed. He said that as ar asfar .paper S. aer-
he is concerned, no such con- a S l foow bt sever
versatlon ever took place. a reea wi
The President said it was not i lh
necessary to carry out the or- n a medical lalmn
der because the strike was set- ftrHiied ald capped
tied while he was reading a k ,,lkeen'tn tey
message to Congress requesting wthill erth andeflte
authority to draft the strikers. a tb abad does
This authority was voted by'
the House on May 25. 194., but
wu rejected. 70 to 13, lby th
SenAte four days later. m. .


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Geovge Van Biesbroeck,
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position.
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star field six months later-but
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ure accurately the so-callted
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displacement In the positloh of
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Years ago, Dr. Albert Einstein-
predicted that one of the proofq
of his theory of relativity wouli
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distant stars as the rays pas
near the sun.
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hiiaiis In 2-0 Victory

Final Qualifying Game
0 W
D*ATEUR BASEBALL WORLD and five lost, plays El SalvadQr
BERIES but with only the hope of drai-
THE STANDINGS going the Salvadorean team to
GROUP "A" the cellar. El Salvador is next to
f TEAM Won Lost Pet. last with a score of one won and
" b .. .. .. 5 1 .833 four lost.
rua r a... ..4 1 .800 The two games today complete
erto Rico ...... 4 1 .800 the schedule In Group "A."
Mkco.......... 3 3 .500 Group "B" concluded yesterday
a .. ., .. .. .. 2 4 .333 when Panama defeated Costal
Salvador .. .... 1 4 .200 RI 2-0 to wind up in a triple tie
onduras .. .. 0 5 .000 with the Dominican Republic
and Venezuela.
GROUP "B" Cuba figured In two games
Won Lost Pet. yesterday, beating Honduras 6-0
n Rep. ... 4 1 .800 and then losing to Nicaragua
.. 4 1 .800 6-2. The loss was Cuba's.first.
a .. .. .. 4 1 .800 The Unescore: (Seven Inningsa
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a .. .. .. 1 4 .200 PANAMA 200 000 x-2 5 0
al4 .. .. .. 0 5 .000 Dumeni. Herron (1), Bonllla
a--- m (6) and Wilson.
a Towayft "Wes Chavez, Rodriguez (5) and Me-
lltamrua v' Puerto Rico. Donald.
NW4ras vs. El Salvador.
Te aay's Result .
tf6, Honduras 0.
P ANAMA 2, Costa Rica 0.
ilotragua 8, Cuba 2.
OAVNA,A Sept. 19 (UP)-The
als of the World Amateur
"ib afl Championship conclude
3ft ."with Puerto Rico and Ni-
battling it out for the
e -of tieln with Cuba in National League
*, lap spot of Group "A." Natio a League
Cabs has already completed
al a.mlfinal scheduled six TEAM Won Lost Pet.
ONtBB with a score of five won Brooklyn ...... 1 54 .6 3
Am oW1e lott Nicaragua and New York .. .. .. 57 .00
.I. Ro, who are tied in sec- St. Louis ... .. .. 84 61 .579
.1ace ewM four won and one Philadelphia .... 30 65 .55
play tonight. The winner ChI ... .... .73 7S5 .49
0 l equal Cuba's score. Cnelnasti .......64 12' .43
At the bottom of the list, an- ort4 ... 8 .4
V sort of competition takes Plttsburgh .. 41 10- .275
H. onduras, with none won TODA GA'MES
7" Brooklyn at Beston.
n Sports Head Cin atinat t burh (N).
cy SoateOf New yosk at 'bSBdlpnla (N).
St. L*.s at Chcago.
.4 T-V it Americn League
0hat Cuban
i eoreno Nodarse TEAM Wea l.eaOt Pet.
ticaternoon by sir New York .. .... 88 7 .o
tr Interview Oleeland .... .. a .
OtManf Tn Jim Chteare ........ 77 .7sW
receiving an offer Phitdelphia .. .. 76 71 .17
tt.ea B.ie. SI.n for Boston .. .. .... 74 71 .S
ga of the Oct. Wathton ... .. 74 73 .
;bchampionship lonh ... .. ..$9 M A

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2 A rnquin J. ro 115
S n Jalme B. PiHdo 115
4 larreal A. ErIque 112x
5 Sjagual Orl 120
6 DOn Joaquin B.,D a O100
md eRaee "A & B" Native 7 F .
Prse: 375.- Po loses: 1: 5
Second Race of the ble
1 Portal B. Agultye 11I
2 Amazonas Bravo 117
3 Dalida P. V. Castillo 112
4 Petite E. silvers 10I
5 Sixaola J. Phillips 10o
6 Tully Saba 0. Bravo 124


3rd Race "D" Native 4% PF.
ONE TWO
1 Diana B. Aguirre 110
2 Golden Bound J. Bravo 120
3 Primor R. Gomee 110
4 Valaria B. Pulido 112
'5 Tuira R. Guerra llx
6 Arqulmedes H. Reyes 107x

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Purse: 4SMA. I t Xcs:3
1 Prestigio R. Gill 117
-a Trafalgar 0. 8anchM 115
3 Golden Time) B. Puio 114
Oaywood) O. Cano 120
Rose Hip) J. Phllips 111
6 Veiftre I Terre J. Bravo 112
7 Pepslcola A. Vasques 100
8 siso B. Aguirre 1186
9 Dehia ILDaro 100
5th Race "D Imported 7 F.
Parse: .W Pool e loses: 3:5
1 Avenue Road J.Phillps 1M6
2 MonUelito Snchu 100ft
3 labada V. Rolua ll I
4 Vamplresa A. Vastuez 113
5 Grisu 9. Bravo 114

6th Race "I-2" Imperoed MBe
Purse: $37.L PFel eJs: iSt
Flst Raee of the Wal.
1 Turf Lodge B. IIIe 1i
2 Calldo II R. eom 120
3 Nilinsky E. Altare llYx
4 Pineelaao V. CastlleO 120
5 Sun Cheer B. PulIdo 11t.
a Pinta B. Svera 130

7th Base "-3" Impewl& WO
Parse: 4314.9 b etow. 4o 6
Sn eeti Ram f t 'e BIN .
S1 Bl ek Bul 3. 8 4Uwa 14
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SOntam$ng) V. ori. 114z
6 Novelera) R. A. 112
? Rechupete V. Canstllo 115
. S Baby Ro 0. Castlo 105
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1 Hurlecfno .V. Cast11 10
S Patwr% Star R. 1110
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2 Mandarin R. Otll 115
3 Incomparable R.'Guerra S13x
4 Panglo R. omes 115
5 Ptarcito A. Verkgra 112x
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