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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: 1925-
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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00312
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fantastic se -The eh MnI y's record
cent-er at niet House made
Oo*ell was a the oflelaL etanent in the
man for mor- certificat n May 17 1951 after
a .aD l of ddtors certified in
gcars, plloted a. ed4w. t-that "thea p-
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dren. she d ly a. womn-:."
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"'uartera of ff-e "5tV1 Action for
Cuba Commit*..,-The placards
Sil: "Wake up rica! Batista
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ama s que~tlo1d seven other
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link Betwen th. t t iM Macbe and
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that teachers at Delhass high
schbol mnav Wrt part time as
lianitor .
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f ley cold wrec SattaIays lean-
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want the overttfW. The teachers
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WSW' DIRECTING WHOM? Quintero takes time out in his
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-'The Coounte l much nearer
TownsenW's age than Margaret,
tw o 15 years. younger.
fhey have many tases in com-
moUn riding, dancing and a
kern sanea of humor (she also
thaMr ready laugh, just like her
"r1' r'")
.. cas a few months ago
.. .r: had asked to be posted
S because he oomp ata-
S -'"an object of culty
no longer any talk of
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t o the yetul spar-
Sa brillian but divorced
',, A!"ci-o nd the daughter
St- 00 count.
n ; Townsend because of.
h.; ;i',.mAtltf position, could
nf' c-r.mant, the countess re-
cenDO- declared: "I know that
people are t~kng about us.
Pt and I are not engged. We
ar merely good friends. We both
love horses and riding amd that
Is one of the thing which has
brought us together."
The Townsend-Margaret partl-
ani Iin London-point out that
the Ak A Attache, after all,
not expected to give upa
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A Broadway director last rek:-tr'45tedrI t, w'(<(& W*n, herefor the first time in his
life he saw a play produced. '
Jose Quintero, back in Panjr.Ia .rect front-the', roadway stige, Is a-fyized to find dramatic' art flourishing.
"Astonishing things have aed here *1inn, the Ifst two yeart" h observed.
"I get the fantastic fel f real movEMfWItt coming from tal lidNdl Above all,' this new awareness of
the theater which has uh ual m' i.. ,
The gaunt yuung Panamata. a mo' 0&S vti M-.". hi
Ian who locks like he needs 1,M P O y tMt m away,
rood meal, in ?ealitv doesn't t efforts -, yt, udont
is oming rrm. cll fro mams critic: '. l Ifnii S 35SSl 8t I!mbImoght
in coming hfrt e m me next one ^t n ls o10
York, wih he le exptectink md' n Theat e a, .i
1onkdac h uta so tNa i P cstt e r o e tt of
mentarfly. may cut short Ids ter."
long-needed vacation, and sum .Tde gr Ai1 ONr
mon him to the West Co tn
where several hlm compaits 'tea n so
are biddin ftor a services. I et proud u
ONE FILM ihe e romd e-
So f' s' "tH e a t rS Pc' l e n.d A A n d e r s o n
Altheog of e from Holly ToALENT SPor the *- "in A sum-
6,,dm o "e the .e.ra mt o house opened a few
isbn-l yo director r The are already ealtilag the matnW ago.('at's an old custo
a1s he wUlsIsVt s makin s iatao "The Girl p the Via for 1aern to change tel.-
on oye fli .a yeathus enIl. ,ina ,' Betty M iler, a_. ams, .) ..
ablingr hIm 6con oue thea- find. Quint(ro can now chalk gaSI Miss Anderp nher.
terwork his ons ng pas- urtwo top-flight astrewes to new and yuep n e aotor ;
Mien. ...... hIs credit. Geraldln Watlre wa .ahevoer happens tonight,
,The ,.llt tero has introduced by himn to read- 'am wver my perormanc e
made i49' t h e a trial way, a IaterWon fame and Is accepted, it wl1 be enterJly
strides one emeon as witness- recogntlon i nHollywood. to youe credit, and a refleetin
ed by noaes he attracted fnr The mains.prerequlaste in an of the work you've done."
his prodUttione "Grass Haro," actress. Quintero claim., IQ fITheyended their -fruitful as-
AmAer othc" an his cur- course talent. "And what is tal sociatiton with a deep respect 19r
rents.h, 'Te irlO The Via ent? 'hat I couldn't- defin'." each ober, to the extent thOt
Flami n o," Ai wq !"Cis0= ,in Accolding to Quintero, talent i the atres nasat she-wants
the. SQuare" kt,which was Jud a plus quait, "thatextta. per-i Q terqO dre tr nextpay.

ose (who is okibwvn in Pan-
Ima as Chemi a contraction "or-
Jose and Beijamii) worked
IIke a madman while this shbw
was on the road. -Here is a typi-
cal day in the life of a gly Wtio
claims he's a lazy person by nl,.
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Tr of Los Angeles, Calif." didn't think of the potentialities
when he refused to take a customer's check for $168.69. The
unfwiied customer went to the bank and drew out the amount
In pmUnle. The bewildered Jeweler is shown sbove with the
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pirit of tae *4er. Juimn ma a a
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Rehearsal witl the east from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. At g8:30 %1. .
he sat through the entire show
until after 11 p.m. From imln .
alght to 4 a.m. he worked withl
the author, rewriting, revtmg QU T aO EXPFII.SED
and ironlnr out weak spots @k REhT esh m I'-the
the script to be used the next thr ial activI j
day. tdred in Panama &nA ieGa-
dleep? Somewhere in be. ial Zone. Herb hoe ,shown.
tween. addressing a gruin P -
area Dramatic 8dhoo ,' "
LETDOWN a "epannshilahy hd
wee was the rt 4 b e
The night afte, the play open- has seen o nany stage here.
d however, a : ?eat feeling of ,


'onelinesa encompassed him.
"This happen after every
show." he explained. "It's a te':-
riflec letdown I feel I don't be
lonst anywhere-.they don't needI
me"
Forever aftivep and daallnt


of Bellaa" a channrzl fataty
about a young girl who learns
the secret of winning alr men,'
bearts.
OFFERS ID POUR IN.


constantly with varied temper-
aments Quirtero says he "Uvts With "Summer House"tucked
by tension." To help him relax %afely under his belt, Qutntero
tie sees movies and plays. nas become one of the msOt I -
I'd love to do absolutely portant nhw directors on S c I -
jothing som time but I know I way. with ofjr poarlnK to fro,
wouldn't be happy doIng it." all sides.
TIRED Which had lei to speolation
TIRED in soa re a% to cher
he is pla i t lee l
Nis vacation In Panama -- the Square the r built.
rack home with his family into a-theater now tha it
Some after two years of hard Broadway and t-t bhl-t
and constant labor. A alint of fond afc e
'I am desperately tired," he ters Quinterus eymeIas
says. of the Sheridan 'Soutre 'eat
"It's my first love. nea r
But the minute wrd emea forsake it."
through -a n ourt eT Gew ) a
a the fire. Qumtere wl neat
bhedtse to fth ther laeft um Ht11
whelPeeM of wUtay wkb *a- VO W
Tp1ca1 of thk young Man;f 2rn'
S wa. t rep he r l eahg TveT
someone whr usltd him what be
does In New Tort PITTSBUGI( CU.P.P,.urck
SaMd the VpreAnttes dirSe: I
tor: "I work with the t .r Mw isase w
And work he be m,. ivaroJU Cre widag
ne turned down 12 Ireadway ,AAs
Klan beMw hbe w ao 0fy tL th hS- dee n5ui A
han e at $oe bea Cl, meatM


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N Gray lady Course

To Begb-Arch 15

/^Al Fort b*
A Gray Lady course at the t.
Clayton hospital sponsored oy
tne Canal Zunr chapterr of the
S" American Red Cross will begin
an March Is.
Classes 4wi be held In the re-
creation hal of the Fort Clay-
A, 4 ton hospital from 9 a. to 11
I. -. a.m. each day for one week.
6 % Gray lady servte is one of the
Leverai volunteer branches of
V the Anrerifn. Red Craw, Unite
are eAtaielhed In fdepwal and
civilian hOapftals m a redeal-
cated to the comfort and recov-
e*y oU the sick. Inured and the

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Ifs a familiar fact that by air is faster, far faster than any other method of
transportatioh. That Clipper Cargo is often more economical than surface sd)p.
meant Is less well-known. Before arriving at the true cost of shl
ehandise you must take into account such hidden charges as
Packing, Documentation and Insurance. These items are no
when you use Pan Americai's famous Cost Analysis Porm, a -w
obligation from your nearest PAA office.


New morkes-.brought within reach
b a huge Clpper fleet... depend-
le, o-time deliveries to 84 count.
. trees colonies on all six continents.
l chtpWled oel-torgo Clippers be-
tMwewLatin America and the U.S.
azo 'to EuAope. Cargo space on
*ery passenur Bight.
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]- BY KAY SHERWOO
SNA Staff Writer
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jtt a place to eat is aipos-
Sthe -girl who keeps hte in
apartment. For that' at-
, in papy small homes t*he is
'ad .e dining space.e...,
nho : an apartment's sole Ceon-
(pla need of the tenants.
iito line up the ice -box-,
fe, an alcove in the
box them in an
it's harVy
space for
eati' wouli be left to
enulty o; the homemaker.
I kept hsI e in an apart,
l uld stir the spaghetti
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austin tVhe bank ac-
f O.epMe one new table
.ng and narrow and serves as
piaceasaving side table or a gwn-
us dining table.
blaicr satin tubing leg
rt to a bloe ,
laminate tqpI
drop eaves
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ulates haqdaloomed b l a c k and
white tweed arp light and comfort-
able.- Beq cse *of -the heat-and-
scratih-req stant top, this table
can, movf later into a more spac-
iout dre6pn kitchen.
.-Another .ew. plastic-topped .ta.
ble,-equally.sturdy and suitable for
small apartments owes its
streamlining to a gate-feg design.
Side leaves are flipped up and
lIoked in place by a slight nudge
,of the foot against. the leg.
With i package of four
wrought-Iron legs and a narrow
slab of plywoo from lumber
yard you o.ar make 9i .ytt'
1e.lyou object to m' exposed
Swood, oer tIhem
half-round m6ldig tacked in
and painted, or stained, to
I the tpp. .
t h o u g h old-rtin hasd-me-
aws are apt to be bulky for
small room, a fried & jf mine
han old pine tres table to

shoved one. en 00st; ..
wall at right angles toder 4kitchn
Then she paLted it to mate the
room's wa ll-a pale, slvery gray.
M a t eh in g b .0 4 a
touch of the pAildt brtis. .Sat pads
were cut frrm foam rubber and


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A c school teacher with great 'and. when it is, so easy for high
for young people was school kids to get jobg, the teach-
on the increasing num era -aL fighting a losing battle.
its wh Adrop out of It c t be won pt the school
to many. roo,. has to, be- won 4t home.
Sthem all te n-qgerVhdse parents are
boy wo te i his welfare, and who
iteg worn make a happy home for lai where
Wth h he -an brain his- frtds, w en
i .tp .ppor courage in m bele i the im-
slok o portance of aeduatnd d al-
T17ye ways lend a en m tifle ear to
sho. t his problems, .m't likely to quit
e marriage high school to marry.


of their
homes


.)ut the ten-ag bose parents
'4 t have unet nm, or whose
beome isPt. b app place, is likely
1.try e .by quttng school

ftboolt epchers can't do every*
thing for children that their par-
eats have failed to do. And it is
high time mo*e patents faced up
to their responsibilities.
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you can do much to enhance the appeal of both. You can make an upward turn to the cet*in of
really great changes iL the Pa a .of your moth. u D hen your mouth beasts both Agod k-MX
must take care that your t ewtkay r ilsparkipg wbte. ;or jireeslon, you can use lipstick (tight) t. 'a
this, it is necessary to uaW, a gA *u4 uie aid to kasW how coret shade of lipstck wi1 fittler your eMpl
to brush your teeth an&. g Ls p ioperly (left). Keplig lip pplid skillfully, an a .e a
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BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor ,
"Once you get to know ,her,
you'll like her. She just looks,1llk
a sourpuss," These words preface
many Introductions..
The girl who allows her mouth.
to assume a droopy line not only
is invitinga reputation as a sBO-
puss, but also is insuring the ftr-
mation of hard, unhappy lines a-
bout the mouth.
Thereftre, In addition to prac-
tieing mouth -hygiene and master-
ing the art of applying lipstick,
one should ta ekcare to reserve
the flexibility of her lips. it is one
oft he most important aids to re-
taining a youthful look.
Because it is natural to be more
aware of others' faults than our
own, you might check to see jot
how you are far!g in this respeL
One way to do-this a to put a
mirror near 'your telepho- and
observe younrf in enversation.
And remember, men o b J et
strol.y to women who tort
their features bymugging for
dramatic effect. If You
lUp muscles, you ca SpeaR
vely ad retain facihel ws


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your appearance. occasional profess"ons
Yod prably will bie able to Dr. George L. Wolc
impr ..-.fe e formation of your director of a leading
..lps,.wtifh.. lt4 effort. For in- Arm, rat omMends
ie ff i5fe lip protrdes urth t ethot clean
hni'the ot.er, you can line tltp After wetting brua
up. vetlyoun wIl notice a ug on about thre.qit
"id < aste, usw
ibe rea8ji thvsea sid~
wI t.ae4 smile ban Whe rushing the 1
Otte pf-. d in this point the brush handle
world we ce e. Even -
if our teeth.are to A. An't -
" an a -i4HPFUL H
milte. Be assured your broad L H
smile will well overshadow the ia- United P
pe-fedo i your teeth.M y Unied P
Of eWurM t is assumed thk
your teeth *re kept I A coating of lenzop
clean al afl-times. No sm v bananas, pesael
ever edly; can etract olorin alte
shinia .
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fu dy, ad ng off string
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wte 'in which sweet potatoes ar0
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.: t ight-pound boy for Jane
i6who retired from her Lore-
let o TV'. "Big Town;" and
Jh ,They now live on a
MOnpeg cotton ranch near Baker
fied. Calif.
Itloae Is Particular
SRonald Colman' vetoed de-
hi-sponWsr'Meaven offer 4V his
"Smerset' Maugbam Theater"
wieb hbe wants to bring rtele-
Sqot for all thes.gd ibn ort
iox, saysthe star, w he emote
under the banners- of a brewery
'. It's blonde Doloes Dorn, a
rner Bros. beatty, who is mo-
a up to No. place in Guy Madir
s' life. She doesn't, look too un-
e Gail RusselL
'Jane Wyman's making the video
lp. Shell face the. cameras soon
fo a pilot telefilm i. which bshe
y' a fem e doctorr. ... Jca1
bid for m e adult roles is
answered in a. 'GE heater tele-
flf. "Too Old for the Girl." ... A
20-m te -soap o a
Cfood s cot *800,Q 09. .4
,GCld Gray is Ip Denver,.Colo.,
or -the first time since her vie-
toous battle agalst taberculo*ia.
Ths time it's to take the witness
stand In the second roiad Vt
legal fight to get a cool mlll
fxat Columbia for allegedly using
at* from her life sat~ry ih ta
;tyworth's movie, "Gid." shd
wif also claim that studios turned
S her own story, "The Shimmy
Girt" and the protest that Coim
bibad aeady madethe pletw
Gordow KacRae au_ lA WifSe,
Shela, were talking at dinner
about movie scripts offered to the
warbler and the conversation turn-
ed to a new version of "Nevr
The Twain Shall Meet."
"What's.that title again?" asked
Meredith, eldest of the MacRae
kids.
*Never The Twain Shall MWeeti
Gordea repeated.
"Daddy," scolded Meredith "Aft.
er all those years on 'The Rail-
road Hour'-you can speak clearer
than that."
Bart On TV
Burt Lancaster's behind the -
scenes impression of TV after
guestig on a couple of live
shows:
"It's like a big mechanical bas-
ketball game, with guys rushing







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around like mad ngo make
electronic bHekeb, .t~l .IR*bwt-
nes, dominate byIl ral_ pelt
who insist it'%i ..mw".i it
isa't- l't:,flis.* ', .- t
Pgg ,- MlaroMldl's pretW
daughter, is writing a. movie"gs-
sip xolumn,'Jor a Bve -Hills
weekly. ... Tihe famed Sauter-
Finegan band is, just about set as
the first mnderji muc aggrega-
tion to star in a CtIemeScope
short. The musician scored a
bull's-eye at the Las Vegas Thun-
derbird in their west coast bow.
..' Frankie Lane's recording of
th4t old 1m hit, "Granada," has
passed the quarter-vMlMon mark in,
sales.
Isbell Jewell, of the.betet ac-
tresses departMsetbu been given
the "Go, g, pIMl by ber
deter. A star of he 3'. ise,
was "at of leturm fIr two yu s
with a jaw alm en more
erkieal thanf Davis ase.
Mickey Basem ,.ap411f ot ,tW
gather again m is ITV' show and
there's a god sp it.wiwUl follow
the Groucho Max itadlias.
Alfred Hitchgock will make "To.
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Paramount. That's where Cary
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had been ited fora bief song
routine in "Forbidden" with' To
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'blonde ha daz.led the eye. Her J -i hI 's A .tng lVsaeb, _el Ma am Do
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rsoue ild- she was signed .,
e ands l wasro a*tieaphmrea Eate.Ue'. bftcu-bangalpw at fti tw.
sna lto- a lo -term con- came en'the a out. M atle VAp U-.' new. fid b*I~te into
medte to longterm con r ts :disptchd urril regular daily. actinl#kaie she re-
tamit a. long, n ls,. per to Estelle" withl iastruetions to Juearsed sh rt aci. ,famous
+n=aty an '~". 'oops,'. was learn-' AD he could about acting pla.s with R ..m Gregg
.l.aity r &anhgex i6,e and t e herself for' a big Pamier c. ag Vria. Wh
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Alormina Match Strides IB. -. ODD a &
i a 7 point 4s over a i
; A well-matched field of the Juan Franco track's aUic League as both -Colro M. N HU 5: 1 -(d chance hdt 51
t horses, in which six of the eight scheduled camethrou ea with 4 point ,-Conentida V. o -at a..a ce 4-... .
starters are rated good chances of winning, will w u5aa ee o r. a A eaSy, ,-e ..! .a. - ... -.i
tms "ia. thinethefDia being leytv.a Al 19ru tf&ei ; b-i
ed purse in the Francisco Arias Paredes Classic d Se rs e aivy Ef R oM. .115. 25-:1adtw tor ,. or the .. -
.Ierly called the Speed Classic. series lead the Seymour Agenscies e ct Pne the of a
Today's feature Is an annual turned the distance in 1:29. Searsteoa G Qeorgea ows a 214 1ae C'e4 NativeV iA irte e: *Mhw:Pl eabe:w 1:15e .the seod. -week4us4iz Cigh t 5 W
l.1ue ribbon event run In honor He was hard-ridden pa Jockey Wiber i -d Georg Van e SeconS dWe 1 thi Donle la' ta* th n0x t ap.-al Atalo Bl oo
.at one of Juan Franco's unfor- Blas Agulrre took no chance. trailed close behind with 595,08t-80 . A 6- s i t ta Si T MaAenww -.
* Enable pioneers. Don Pancho The Isaac Oustlnes-tralned and 573 respectively. Earl hU I- Y Wonder A. B. 120. S 110onJgS1po fition 341 0193A3WtIc s held onni Su0^t1 if a JoloS2n0
-i, Ins a reaZsportsman besides be-rentry of AnglUa and Scythia meyer came through. with a. O- tw u evAen l., Vani t -4: wee .., T EII a1t0*' m -taH..L
&_nM a tried and true patriot and alternated in chasing the win- strong i47 to lead the hears, five, 3 Ml o V.i ee. or .. 18 work uts eve t e to bea onld weef Ste -i. .-Th.tahi. .rom thl
emplary politician. ner with Anglia finishing an Zlelet -and Thomasaollow4i --Iaari-a . 1 Impvement 8-1 'ie t r.l tobe play foim R. Steb's Noat. M.."t" .tg aa .p
b of te late Don Pl-ea econd ns t-- on Teml V. Br.m-wnwt 5525z n--5T'V washed 0 .25-1a ed og rhe mnci._. Tel 44ar]aa ..._-
SI o'tf1aily will be the t ack' o ny t ake thirdpce over- t El Panama had trouble w1t0 -(Don JalnMe F. HOal. 103 -race lat outou 5-1 Courts, with rm m wm p an'ce b i e l
S r Pancho's widow or Ben wh o w ~ points e- i a. is the aboe ver week. ;
stan theanal disla o earl l Sbthe 1 rs fort s.e p a f centos)j, ding to caught fi IredEo Gonzales to Sealor are.
Speed. onts Culaw plis d $2.. oi. a b5h y 8pi 6o t se1 1 -. 0nho V. 18 -- diappalnt even the cost'o o ne qf zenger Howve Il the pigt we tt
e raee itself shap es up as Wel.h Fox showed a return a ofV .ht0 be Velld r. i'i1S -u S to i ncotwmend 10-1 TennisBdIs w v ls each a .ia.water. trur aofi
f puzzle and romlses to be to his best form when he won behind th t 05 seris A. M -lowly. 10-1. i bep e
Her rmy, tLIreto finish, the 'secondary attraction 6s return olbeI& figh n be 8i I-j VeiEn. A -No ch mne 4-1 Ti: ers an cl h w
wo .o4a ar virtually .even furlong run for 'se Qerl e it oa thae sto 6ear 8 w -- ran A. _. 1_ -- . ch.a ce .., tuJlh o e ic lu o r~ O e. t_- ,
out. Th e the speedy m 1.8 -; The included aente V. l ron 10 x ii tprie 1- .ii. .olo a ei l
d tie stbrtoug h Ox aueiruyl 280 i-ca.. ,itI P~laia on 'are

.w dyp. Y.dmnd, Teams a m, : 4a .. poe : ..t e e: : l o...
.,.. .. .. t ver w . .. ,e . IJIy be thm. h Tl '. S
ad-the u1p"al a 1-C. Brand D. Mai 2 z edu better rider 15-1 andi f ditoea
Sd a-. "- i 12 I l-D. l o r V. owi 11 ot as nt these 15-1 I anI e i ,'. l l, .
'h. eer I s. A. Me -lght bealrdire F2.t m

cl~ze~ tHyt L ai tth e e n,68 t... ..!..--. 6a. -
two I .arest 193 1-Dan .- Mor ter wei
out.Theyithespedyt.2,- 0 1 I.-9Joan F. o. daL iB-du l core iat p ce 8-1 e AN f.ANClSCO, ., cth a a. ier ta .We oe,
I "a-- / ,1 a .. ..s luWill -2.880, e v i.en ntow.,.OaR. t u sm e


/ l-";; .-' 173 178 .8 .: r, V. .O ...-Po ,r recent races 4-1 a Sa. ra 9 year nd hope tp do it agan. Anyway e Wk g
ib in his 1; /a bo 226 169. 8 of 0con v -. C -Impr.Osive newcomer 4-1 uertrau Y. a: yo t.e r s t.a. o. or .. w
tl race l .0. " belt G. 110 -Ood classic effort 2-1 ret "oly players w hd in
2btli '( a V s l Naimonal Football-lagae. i r
o. . "." TtL. ool eles: 4: ally, t. su 1st Oriole To Hit 9 Homers
.w o 19 243 Seeo ,d BO D.e overplayed. I b 'tT k e te
on t--o .80 2.80' Dars ,189 1-.-, 'e to A. 8% WMf.e er better -1 Candians are ay threat aU toa Sl et n r.
.......^a .i6 2- 2 217 "-lt-"o flu' -' cke' aui help 8-1 he aih o ,h W ill New. Club Re1o rd
"-N-MI it A0CIF 4 d M. lasurte 1-Zyof e h. e.
5.. .. AG 8 Ned Brvo. ,,.^ lie 5-1 .. 'ii .Y 5310 ea r last "
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e de2-ey tbA 6u0.' yc 76 I o, g *- xets ood l io to Jump." ue t_.s sesowna prlba bly -ve b e ir ,
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p ~r oi d w-wV W! lot 160 js a sPd .ii .l l otUui9 wen s at Hel 0 Is Ovei w-rt
sib'sm V" r.... mt .... -, RaM ,. CYIo.C (3lssad,, E.. 17 cl%.
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maalterha4town to t on er Int prper running o the gbme. pitcher two or ,
a lu ll.. 04..i w h a t o u l d i IR" w o s I
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S. .were th men on base hen a bo. Had .it
o ^ f r lk. OTdPlyo endd a. solu'o turn atlO pl~ her'd~ a.






S. w.ld ft the Nat ot and dI PACIF TWILIGHT LEAGUE ora pi her to pemitch too fwn uent- th B a In tt'. ,
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S- Griffith st have used oron, Pe m ha to Ameran on 5 1 33 is a fte young ma with a bril- to r In aad
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^ YO& Har, 8 e i 1 the but la n'g tan oe.og the older me- g i's oaick ey 2 4 .,S33 ca one who contributed more teuto is bpuh stff.
tamo f e o t e ig a le.had IMt i 1 .1 ,7 .. en halve bee e n game Ld ,,a ... ,pee .



n,*,,Invo| bee 1 -he ,e ng .... the:ler T e pitheos-umesJoei totrht id tah u tae ni .oa5,
E,-e lac" lo mr e d :e.,.le t.r e ort )'.-e more thoae cond h Tos, eanusthesitha,.rn...dn't
They otheM at *ah o ",r a d- ao l pWentdMini_ ,._r..u.o.
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mth*ha in A M lth t1 wt nt dow U Soil lans n year. For -tained fm the Orae t forGi key can tie for he cellar in the ^dtotutIw
A dr ohthe e thi g p wooud t he Nw ot Can, ca'th row w el1 enouV r Lucky tike wins o Lucky tth rtoBte t
rpt a T y yt to mtaete e he aa ay the duteld the is pra al- Stra can be finished and fore-
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g g aulthow sJooeroTSo- vrthetdel u poo wl, 1^ B oa i g'or'thB is? .t A, rqVu^Q CM A i Ameriwe preotpr ru-ouldtie lorcb
ees thare'd thi nck. e who populate the t"-em are- qusent a d in a he h ov 2. A h a 6 and f whhW.-Meoctrord
bor. vmt bo th eu t ha wB t p Bl C be m tb' l d....y, F. pod' d r d "f ""oder ddhana Ft ede ,r hl Me sero o th e e t
f. b,,y- who n.. Itn c.' w hdoa won 1. mon;Oes se catf.do'better. Ifjt L lH / m i -u. b se, thi ts-re pthos-e-
Sleathe'r thong and maul each oth- r l DnNi a pahist- M to ee h.i refuse to T l"k' '- ' Iad to catch up aith thd .
.er ac'or:+ "to the Marquiw ho to adma.a nght of. fro her t.tuto r n.whoo hat rd everea now powerful Atmerian LegionW .





T Quea1ey M d l edthtneaanns e e com straight out h ae difficult o at ree e f ..pth A ra leyfiarsto aoahecellr th
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e t ec raad O B at a n do o an To mE TAB T-E ToEDt UP a hould ttiae ec a ue t least.





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l etobaa uld eeth a 2 o Bye WHOWO beD Y cea treabent. Itt da THRON oSW oul be an aTo*tal y
e actd 5 is tot heMa, son c 3 0 0 rgan dma nee of the vot- foul as Tob'eemn Ewin curls himself f .







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43 1 = 6 TORInted i. It I hail ffi Jeoel bcptn p1 0e fe0lows, even s "ne
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'tIt.iktaas 4, 0 t- ONk W "laMey Second game .
aed l 2b-2 ... (2) a s h es (3-
longevtytothIx t4". os.aow. y0" Of oa a High che
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FOUND GUILTY Nat Hol-
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., oL City College of New York.
was found guilty of "conduct
uAecoming a teacher and
Sne lect of duty" by the Roard.
itditgher Education. They vot-
Mthat Holman "be dismissed"
'frm the faculty "unless with-
days he files an applica-
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St. Mary's PTA
'e Paent-Teacher Assocla-
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I .J! sponsoring a health
arm -under which the Atu-
ae .receiving medical and
jl examinations.
Se s*vices of the Raymond
0c t Panama have been con-
cd or the medical phase of
Sprdant. Drk. Robert H.
in 4 A. Riaymando are in
Mefgh gi b ven at the be-
Sof each term.
as Quintaro P. of Pan-
has dh ated his serv-
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a' 400 chi including
ta of el. .Army.,
Air r e paonneL
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By Corm-

(Editor's Note: Vfn om
Wednesday s issue of The New tiv i
York Times we reprint ant ar- M .
ticle by veteran newsman Mil- ThP
ton Bracket, a Times staffer *.nd
dispatched to Guatemala to edna ,
make a special study. Another
Timesman, Sydney Grnuon a
now coverhag the Caraeas Con la
terence, was recently deported U-Conu
by the Central American go 0 r
ebuntry.) nri.y- abto


By MILTON BRACKER
GUATEMALA The regime
of President Jacobo Arbenz Ouz-
man is neither Communist nor
dominated by Communists. Hoa-
ever, it s infiltrated and honey-
combed by them to an extent
that a showdown- would almost
certainlyy be disruptive to th"'
country. ,
That primary conclusion wa.s
drawn after a three-week study
"f this Central American repub-
lic.
Guatemala is threatened botch
!ront within and from without.
The CobnunhistU are ceaselesay
xuoloitlni isle agrarian reform
law in as eltort to gain a con-
trolling Influence over the In-
dian Seaants aho make up a
majority of the population.
When'a l6cal agrarian come-
mittee t .aia apieee of land
Under law, the recipiert
takes an ftth $0 defend It "wit
the fle IttI oe hand and nmy
.nrs l :t.tiheir." This meaLs
that, at .et poejtlat, a peas-
ant forae ts o i btl un that
could s PO P*re Communist
arpbeu at. sMuch a time as the
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companies were just about a~
bad as the Reds untruthfully say
they sUUill .
Agrarian reform.. becande a
law Jurid 17, 1962. It Hag
articleles filUngi flf-
pageI, In a cputitry. WlV
Was recently estimated it
take 667 years to eliminate
Illiteracy at the present rati,
the Communlsta play exptlor
upon the mystical power d.,
text the campesino s cajat
read.
The ,agrarian law is adminis-
tered by the Natinl Ar n
Department hea4. by MUJ.
Alfonso .Martinez EBvez. There
Is every reason to bellfye
Major Martinezla personllly
non-Communist and that he
means it when he fays 1h will
try to carry out the reform
strictly In accordance with the
law,


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But. his top aide who Is in
large of the land ab'on is
ild e t f .Barrios iee, a
DrOI 'of the Labor (Coom
Uist) party. So are 41t leat
dozen members of the head-
arterb staff. Be~ia Maria
rez. de Fortuny, wits of the
untry's number one Cqtn-
inat, Jose Manuel V'ortuny,
jthe chief clerk. Many de-
iment napelctors are Com-
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crucial PaciP"c" Coast
s d ep nt of sculntla, wire
,'340 pcres of the Unlttd
Sitrat Conmpany land alrM y
been expropriated, the
o0ite structure of the depart-
*met s' Communist.
Congressman Carlos Manuel
Pelleoar, ia the political boas
ft Eutintla. Gabriel Camey is
the Mayor' of the CIty o'f Es-
cuintk.. Hugo Cabrera is a
departamental inspector. All
are &vowed Reds.
'0Te Reds have also built
a Whole string of interlocklut
ront groups. The General
Labor Confederation, the Na-
tional Peasants Fedeirtion and
the GUatemalan Women's al,
lieance are all studded with a.
*o*we' Communists.
.The Communists insist they
are. bicklng the Arbenz regime
only because it happens .to
represent the best interests of
the people. They say their
pl Isx 'eventual '-complete so-
cialization; But they add that
tWs long way qff. Meanwhile
irt: Om digging into the
foundations of the
.&.'y are having a field
ay,' 1 aw .ctking the United


.* -s the immediate prob-
Seah. cT aces, 61 a Red
re r regarded a .most un-
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de over
ortlat tlng in yet ae-
tn .- ereles wlih the

I | real problem 'of' om-
Sfttmtn In Guatemala not a
CoUmunfis revolt or seizure of
: .. powr.. it V,..
0ie = e 'norxdhntmeC, of -a
9Tig- Comminunil o eo-
munpty already healthy enough
*l, goadi string and
t. harass tne United
the accord with the



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bak iand forth maroes the
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owl.
MIKil is assistant director of
IaUoa at the Boston Museum
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