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:
AA00010883:00366

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repeated Oact of enemais, the lete wing and liberal preas, agen ts.
radio and w e tor, fellow travelers, confused profei orn s. l. t .
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t eysl"O tyvea imsl Vtht bMteir objective approanch,a u their own bor movemo .
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oa lrede eon ems te tite." ew be ith ou s.7e
or _,o ot henha the kthor have attempted a defense of atimore Mo3day and sald adue "is ahde ""
McCarty anS d McCarthysm and that they seem to think that h tart.i..g I- a a e. i
roeag prieg d coceptrs of faeirlat y are either ou t of dat or are o n e i s p ana Et
radio a ndaV wo rld do featrperl. Irson fuseatnperrl.u aid E
e athsnitoele at least s ca th eyy 'gueie d a o e led The Wea n Vriting Life oimCOaehgA giHn g wig ww
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t t a i~tI the o means, b the Ne at a moral T e nd jusoa lekR ab.- e i" 0 .. .
m -at arthy and us ollowets are seeking to Mno what they.buttoatni ..ard ta W ite plu-teUc ,i. Iad have y.O.-R

i-a ertk ain "conformitY" of sought th Gene, for at.. s only said. led a r- ,- ohte i i .a
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yo lCm._d tlm r material way, wf tave re ed to that o al the frustrated differ from those sprAK eo- ow y 4 Into club w saw hen ". I o hi-
tmae pe danO d then add: Some day t pteucce f A erica "acrlfle our -is h. Thre innermost cran ed t he thed has u. p
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haIt Cot, identhy ad o n t.he auth moi and sub had bees arfpe g to have a lot of wild k &atv do is order o Wet oavs '
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Wust to rwhi ooeamaeban completely "objectvo" special d dvisoryir4 to Yomtay lae.. ado eaHhe

aloy~AIM wa not douted in any reasonable quarter. Tlen company, no lu m.cllaries ca n no l a c in ore, lie a colun or taught mf-b and not
thy add that he is no longer a higahy e*teiemed by his counrt- gay vacations in orida as pre. a book or p mageale, ari aeese betnw ale o nI a.o b we It'. ..
Smen, at least not since McCarthy's h t recordat "has miums o premium business There a the other chap in Can- lightly 06urt when you eiain that trade of aga I ine wr g, which eret
attributed to cutting Marshall down C o t he leas they call a This ;o. ia tr read 'nMt long you haven't gone w ithoq sleep or As n y as standardize as build- d
f d J 19"6 bu t.t a -opa andas a food for days, I write easyn and I
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bar the beai efit of local McCar th supp orders. the timlnla t rnaa l um t v
S su .~oo this piece is published ny Henry Regnery Co- unqualifted support to inr ve ia too, a be w4 mxe up b yoer arain us i wugnod i oure y hh is,
1ny30 West Jacksorl n Blvd.. Chlirago 4, 111., and It costs $5 tion e which a-sm.to celmin tu- a tve wrn- bu, me .. up bo thrw._ h o o f okw t
Ss., m p is wie biaseopno. desirable races and a ou would not mage the num- ynet the was p bin and stdework consn e do ,iat Meg b
"Bt. We Were Born r,' sa bettr buy at $2t90 a copy lnudap ho- "- ad- oon l $ a body-would want to.bdy ws' lg wn
wac e.. 1 r p I s o nd to nw paper ma gazines and a wIi taou t a because i t he's a writer.
S. es numb of.e Wpeope th Ud as nare by soelabo ~p b firms. In~ ecret.s jg'as iBut enterla into the year of ja ~
SNin ep o 3. asi nnBthWe mbWere en fom' ihs bee laun| Ih .e.d ... b.y. I clab., a d u him. R. r ,ih my te n rdeo
nd -" far "McCarthy, and bhi Enemies" "as not even been men- ise omfl a ny re es[ en a a abi.dut goders wieith- oi-etar an f ny po r b in we s 1 CC *
S_,_ ,I"- ,f you eebld e mmeh--gathering material and do- rck drlvin tClr nriodd
w NCH MOn .. ri ana ndInto itale, k ;e ing rah is is e dueand w tn fein m tsa
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That. I'cer Identicio db amenupthe Ad e c p as blgieal. b qana ... dlel y Cx i U r de e-1 a vr3
g a th9 Mlon Clabhouse, they announced that e.uvael as a ntbh e any one trade g lutter iou eer I a id a or! elu ai n
aetl' l ls aould b A A llab l ie at the.a w o.I o.. HCoffeeeo aney gl .inside labor.a now exieed f .
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sgrfosid i was possible .tos percentage tat Wervcele el ir k.pi a utu I N e Y wla be
1 full coarse luch at the Coc lee than at do .the t ack AssTo
.Te imn ch In the Ivoll Coffee Shop costs a mlitu 9 ,e ... .,-ednrn INn| i
RiM.0t Governor, donv let these aeodaston os characters No ca dac o h e som-c .w ioel. l

I t hu t m e o o d gVe a lttle at ..pa fIDAY b d menlie Ike and "W.W. pped .Y. Cemtaul and is te
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Company eteandbits businessainto That stare back from marquees; most 500sp but peddled so msp citall andnhisr matbo beto.m a gsckerkthv sthress
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m n a tl n has inbee Changed at our main ov group cpatin rs in. Thloci a eofe f 6. @ gaudy tinsel s tea st de1td vI ey thik he's eer a I w ept:
N. sand the number from thisdae the resers o to py apless brihtma 'text jlr martinn and lest a Income .
:tou.ngMrs.are returned to thh policy done) p mr caabw werthe bid) hea sream- "Money From Hom .'.
rleAen Tn, anash when I came a week ago d: n' Wil e anybody bit nlantett iraeom"
tonight. ... w e got another o wiwth: "I
prfit cannot be divided in any Your Brodway is not m e... I dea' even now how to id a Metals renewed "r Pepes "
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million dollar quest the last moment) the past few udsod (for head flaio pitcher Picomes epet
t heew months ... Boyd Raeburn (his some sports scribes pe ed eer ... It's a bo fo .
9o03ti Of tishereb gI thed ua eeng of t t orchestra was one of the head i ... "You must do your o (Jockey) Churches
OW8Wes ko n d. A., a corporate. Ia on of the liners about sia years ago), bo _public relations,," Sam y was ad Sunny Gale has a au
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tiga ReSanto Dumont, 1500, Porto egre, ra een, whO ha thirty o ks tow them w.us
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mpar fiu pur ull- I3 i nd nasenal ues at-
it amended to* a divorce tend the 21st national conven-
I donorthe league.
S* "All of us, whether we live in
Mnnts will be bear to- Maine or Kansas or Texas, in
tn Rooaselt's motlon to Ceylon or Iceland or Turkey, most
his complaint and also to come to recognize that basically
brown out of the ea a we are all moved by the same
letter he wrote h wiftg human aspirations, the same gen.
t he admitted adulter. eral pupOses, the same determine.
t" with Mrlie women. tinH to live kur lives in freedom
evelt, who seeks a Demo- according to the dictates of con.
nomination to Congress, sciences, the same desire for a
to amend hi oompaint Just and lasting peace." President
)unda that .' onllgble Eisenhower said. .


i~ t earn fact in the world of
.'s ;dg ion to unity at home
Mrs 12^ oW "Imatbave mutual understand
etrai e- '1the free peoples" he
ds action e President said that "only a
try for a div e,"' world can be a truly peace-
., f world."
Mrs. Roosevelt.d .~1i ruled President Eisenhower listed ithe
her po litUal motives charge at considerations that he felt should
Roosevelt. whom she has accus- govern North American citizens .
ed of adultery in her own sep- on this subject: (1) the enlighten-
arate malin"t anoe suit: ed self-interest of thi U.S. (2) re-
"Appar feeling that a di- duction of the man-made barriers
vorce action would prove unpal- between the free nations and (3)
table to the voters of the elec- North America's ultimate goal of
toral district into which he had a operativee peace in the world.
juat moved. he seized uoon the President Eisenhower said a
following plan: He would ask In principal ayenua to cooperation
his complaint that he be permit- between peoples in trade that is
ted to live aeoarate and apart mutually advantageous.
from the defendant.., .and would "The hungry, the disease-ridden
later claim, that he was forced the lmp.verished, are easily mov.
to ask for a divorce by reason of ed by thrasts and promises and
cimmastances beyond his con- propaganda" President Eisenhow.
trol er sa1 "TRrough trade we create
rs. Roosevelt last week turn- opportunities for raising standards
ed down her husband' property of living in other countries, and
settlement affer and request that we win friends who are depend-
a divr e him on cruelty able. we make The world more
=s a es only. stable. ', .


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New Orlq.u. Los Angela. San rrancleo and SMOh.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New- Sork,
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

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M aines, Pocket Boks, ",iot Sellen"
Games & Puxies, Toys & Novelties.

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betlg and coffee Otu neat Sunday be r-
ar to be held Wednae ed for one week It WaXan-
at6:3 a.m. at the FCt bounced today
ME cers' Club. Ra 1
Club members and apropecv members met Iat nht
embers are invited to attend and decided to ponedthe
.- __ Iouting until May .l orer to
FeleCUb Etis a i' aOe avold conflict wict other ac-
The Ped b Miguel WoMA' tivitUes planned for thilB dy.
ub held ts regular monthly met-
gIlan uict with an eleet*. a
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a purchased from embm o
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uneral Services ,.&M O I dy I
tomorrow At 3:30
:or Iyy Davis L
funeral service Winl be held
morrow at 3:30 p.m. In the San m
iguel Church here for Ivy_ Ba- n l l
i, who died yesterday In B- a- I-i .
Tomas Hospital after a ten- J

Burial wll take plWce In the
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mI Leana Dvi ,.eaebildre
cU.es 11Uolse and irs. Thorn-m

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EDUCATION ASSRED:
S3 six-year Soholarhipie for High
School
1 four-year Soholarship at arty
Foreign University
2 four-year Scholarships at t6h
ii A LoUniversity, of Panama


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Au ifobl DANCE will remain pen this um- C
.. mear. New pupils will be accepted ?3C 974f,
FOR SALE:- v ang May 1 1952 and registered May 3rd and on Ie 3l87.
Ford VS 4 Otr. alack 5 1100. through the summer months. Regis- GNm a Santa Claa
House 8 Balboa. Tel. Bolboa ter at the desk Cristobal Y.M.C.A. fle.k refrlgeoflor,
Every type of danclnr taught. Every ModjWate Wate. ph
FOR- LE:-1948 Pontioc-6 coup% pupil sudled for styfe. 4-5s7.
upholstery excellent mechani- BY POPULAR REQUEST! A repeat Shr snel furnished h1
cal condition 500.00. Phone 3- By Popular Request! A repeat per- Cla Beach. For rer
0369. formonce of the successful "Around THSON, olboae 1'
the Clock" will be gv at Cristo- Casino t C
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Club coupe bal Y.M.C.A. on Fridy evening,
deluxe, radio, good tires & engine. April 30th. Curtain at :30 sharp. FOSTER'S COTTAGES. n
Hous 1550-, Govilan Road, Bal- Patrons unable to secure seats on Sem Clara. Low rates.
be. Phone 2-1358. Saturday will be admitted by ore- tien necUsry.
S'. i"r., renting their pink ticket. Full pro-
FOR SAL.E:-1946 Chevrolet pick-up ceeds go to charity. The Y.M.CA. FOr K RE
$3 Phone 1094-J or call at and Miss Locke are presentinhe prae
k '7th Street, Colon. souvenir worth more than the price HO.W


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"GIg- aSr n make this a rla night. Admission Ingroomn, dinnir-oon .fl I
d t 'ow o57- *-_ 50 cents. C didin halt price. rage large yard
-- .,it. _FOL Street Na. 15. Telephone I-
Svit Qtn. 6-A Ft. Cloyton R SALE:-1952 Pontiac Converti- FOR during office hon. C r. -
'lr' 4 p .m.- blk. Can be seen at Balboa Watch side building in construction
SLE:- b Gas water heter end Shop, Y.M.C.A. i MiN uaneouI FOR RENT;-Smon a
S4umr sto ve. Very resfia- FOR SALE:-Red '50 Ford Converti- HEtageAfurrnishd. 451hD OF
nom 32552bl, ood condition. $665. Coil Sgt rOR THI NIAD OF THI FAMILY--
-, Dunap, Ik5vy 2423. Since it is so difficult to make ends FOR RENT: Well ct dWlet|
Sunop, mvv 2n- o your school shopping Call Panema 3-1347 foatr das.
FOR SALE FO, SALE:- 92Coh.o.bl m H..... .1'a t FOR RENT:-2-b droOr..Iig .1
Telephone 2-2112. 9:00 a.m.-, time. CONFICCWONUE IL ARTI & Ale I-bedroom aphcrthntijirpod,
Re a l 0te oo ALMACEN TAIOGA have arranged. ra rice. Fmranc St
S e pE aiheu jut FORS- original ner. for your convenience your btaln- No. I, Vista Hermoases, T e
R REN OR SALE:--Chalet, ust FOR SALE:-By original owner. 195C a sry schoolappa J.3460.
remodeled and pointed: 3 bd- two-tone Buick two-door Rivlera Central Aveume No. 37 oad Cen- .
U lvin dinAngroomt on fur a w/s/w tires. Dynaflow, spor tral Avue NO. 92. Pnme. FOR REN ;
iw r Nchl. ent on 1 t light, nylon & plasticseat cover:. FOR SALE:-Stomp collection 30.0 00
n Francticorn. VItaNOVAS Central Must Inspect and drive to fully ap- varieties. Also assortment of dupl-
lan ^ Fran cisco. ^ dT"^ d VIAOVCnta atP
Avn 15.prociate. Con be financed. Cristo- ctes.2165-P Curundu. Tel. 5227.
Noba 3-1794 after 6:00 pm. ALAMBRA
F6R S :-'REA-L BARIN:- Beau- FOR-SALE :-.Sacrifie od 1947 LinFOR SALE:--1948 Ford Sl, 142.000 2-~
hous e Now Arralan,2 b oath- I n- miles) $500. Also Westinghouse floj s cl e i
1 house New Arrlon coin sedan. duty pai, new tires on Laundromat and misc. household 'n fu h.jr
S water,. light, cost 00 bottery275. Ft. Clayton 87-419 t Phone 66, ous 66, h phone
dioe onyv 56,500-Ps.500 down. _fectr. Phone 3-1668, House 66, o a t f, pir a ,
.ATTERSON, Panaom 2.2346. N sNew Crlstobol._____ I
oSALE:--IOnly $1.700 down. $60 Wonted Position R' SALE: Accordion, piano, 120 fAld
nnthly, concrete chalet. three bed- __ bass Francni, white ivory finish, hot. t id1.
SVistermo. PATTERSON POSITIQN WANTED: Leaving fcr light weight, 5-treble and 2 boss p
'.. it.m46. States May 8. have excellent ma shifts, 1 r old 5195. Phan C FORREN-rtmet
I would like to pace. Trustworthy ol 31057:30 to 3:30 work days.included. FOR REN;- artmentr.
efficient, dependable and excellent Carrying chose included. Ilthngoom, dS o"7 Prite. I
14th Street, Ht 117, Paitilo.
with children. Phone Bolboo 4153. .OR SALE:- Female Police puppies
$20. Pure breed. 46th Street No. I RENT: One-room oprtment
S u 43, Bella Vista, between 4 pm. & completely fumished. Best reidetn-
I pm. Tel. 3-3384. tiol section. No. 13 43rd Street,
..... o ews FOt SALE:- Ampro 6I-nm. sound ella Vista.
r projector wit- spnker, excellent FOR RENT&Two-bSdom .2balh-
By Scout Week for the In- cndtion. Suitable for large audi- roont pofnent; mold's remo, ga- e
Boy Scout Week for the In- c'ndition. Su C nW -L # Er "I" SIn-16
ion By Scouts of the fences as wll s hom use, $300 rage Coner mL" & B o.
Zone was offlolally on-I Tel. Panama 0739. El o r El P Hotel.
Zone was folaCl 2- Own ofice hourV, S" G
Sm0iIn2 WthenD PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Sun 2-5503.
-., --of his, xa 1 troops OFFERS BLLAN ITES F u.- I.-
t Nle ther re- -. S ] ', .... r,
E? sp ctlv eh Sealedphanfe in tl.' riull k
be received ntll I 0'ar.m., May 4, parking sw, conlenlal.
Inthe aIfternoa a review 1954, in the off ic of Supsentndent Americons, unhfumihed $8 t
Shonorg the past prealdents of Storehouses, Balboa, for dust col- ished $100 43rd Street
WT (D) AgW the organization was held at lector machine. suction bench, dental FOR RENT: i VACATION
1076 the Mount ope Stadium with vibrators, crane, motcrcycles, pumps TERS.. Rent quarters in duplex,
SJ.. Alftr 0 ebornie, Robert T. El- and spare parts, water still, tractor May lst to August 7. PhoneGatup
810, 4 Juma edd Eit L. ond wrenches located at Section "I." 5-407. 'I_ __,u
tb.i 3 SWIett Ba the loori. A Blboa Storehouse telephone 2 .-2720; N- Aprt t in Ecuador
s m *0 Inmlhato % Myg1' who pail- remxing and pumping concrete ma- FOR RENT:-Aprtmt in Ecudor
SAlated were Inspected by the chine and tank truck located in the and Mexico Avenues. Two bed-I
SA honorees. "300" Are, Balboa; power shovel to- rooms., lving and diningroom, 0-.
4 K s :aoted at the Weet Bank of Pedro Mi- rage & mold's quarters. J. Chomp-|
NI u i Trp NO. 11 f Ltt Boca re- guel Looks, telephone 2-1269; sour, Tel, 2-2419. r s
!! 4&XQI4 M-eLA-^Je.d i P*5M llP^^R^%.%^l"d <" tetuYwrnch d ,the Cristobal RRloNT:---Ttdbofth furnisred o
N 1ut __ 0I,&het b oro. e';, telepho 3- 265. invi.- apartment. li5ngom. diningroom, .
S-SE 2eaP 5L nk% 7O bd of mV be secured fro porch. No 50. lhuire 48th Street
Ls Pag Pa- N.T. present. ] Bl proram *Ifl o* a1 ropaurces, or from office of No. 27. Bella Visto. I
; N.T. PM w tft@eratioo "hal nk you" badla Superintendent of Storehouses, tele- ---
P were presetd to e C. Lo n- hons 2-1815. FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment
Ew e Joe J bard, exbcutt secretary _' a- El Carmen 1st Ave., 4, Further in-
Si Cn'--d ', director OR SALE:-F'all young mare. Reos- formation Ave. Nocional 75, Mrs.
SoomInmunity serlles. enabe. C.-l Crndu 83-2246. King.
wa -0 R RENT:Artments and rooms.
"r" the offI cial Ameri. The Paralso ahool librprv wR ET r me cJenima
Abl Team stopped in New York the scene of a large gathering Dwnaer Afed Insquire Gl bert's. r10.
a couple of days before going f parents and i interested m3m- Oo Sre No. 10.
S unelpe to play in the World ben of .tLn Iuniity resutin (COri d t I) FOR RENT:--Idepident furnished
Suibfir, m a practice match of apartment, including refrigerator,
S0an1Med or w at am red w e- l. Athe stove. hlundr' room prvilege. Pref-
-' et eNeWey -1u11 b S l M now.S -or-ertion ably to G.I. couple without chil-
go oe y.C. r,,1 the pl r'- U BIJeWFe1t4~J LSOWP le dbe en $80. 43rd Street No. 27. Bella
mom Wp Am cawes w as ad w Hesw s r
to WE. te had sam w a te acma ere an da [t Ow o Warms FOR RENT.-A!ott in Raymond
t. to wiD.n % hdmi shown the 430 UW ; and vreFia. a* -o f s le: Id i a
e tyke from ithe match,. ts for the troop. DIun fn Clinic ar. N building, t hird
Bet made a wv Int. week y boy melisbe I as a r to, be ome age, floor corner, well ventilaled, t
la e to rlir-at a n n d l t the knowledge o bedrooms, large porch. living and
t be aay. meb te ozs .uuflofcIsal4 have not deepen- dningnome, kitUbdi and laundry.
oeed h f clubeSn rn y Hot water spplied.. Screens and
, kr tue the dumy The an Company h Venean bind aHround. Garage.
S I h u 4 n h flm W .a.. .. e d f o he Cal 3-17. I


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"'oSY7a to r the c Cop of Engo rU UFited
you decade ws the rst w' wnd Fts Woal f t S S FOR RENT
at the ours a dMoil te BB l aa Their final report fl expected
ayed the eight of entertained with a program linary report on the problem.ROOms
m ttry tick allowing sponsored asaanex i .ro h enirfs wh e h FOR RENT! Independent room,
in with the ck. pprecatgnby the s lee wh kitchen, bathroom porch. Via Pr-
that area od the service ren- suitable opera will be based. ras 64, opposite Teatro Eden. Tel
t uie ituadtion didn't occur dered by th melMbers of their I, '-.863
turall enough. Be as- troop committ Pano Stores
Catl his partner had rotted FOR RENT:- Cod, nicely furnished
with the five of clu (the Tonight programs wil ne n-l, All fl, bedroom to couple without children
;ffi clubs was missing) and ducted a he Cam W e All ay or gentlemen. Phone Panama 2-
thereftre continued by leading Scout hack on the Atlantl ide S4 pthl. 5265.
a*te of cl b. When dum- and the La Boca Scout hack b & n tur y FOR RENT:- Furni hed woom with
6wt.seven ofclubs won the see n e side. ndependt kitchen. ident
rick. West gulped audibly and gram" wabeVof an n e PaIna stores. -riate ad section. Telephone 3-1282.
nature andMlaB boys everasen t wsI be F ro t d y
the variu troo & to Jot e FOR RENT:- Furnished room to l
Sgot to. mb hand with the er In one beowit utsi- ml$30. First Street. Peie No. 3, Apt.
Sf hearts to cash the rest of lowltn eauk boy an ooportunlty M ii t 5, behind Sylvanl, Via EsporTo
Itwan tm easy to duck to exerciseahls particular talent. S we No. 1.
to M t de te ueu FOR RENT:--In Belle Viset.t :uti-
ftesee Of spews, &M When the Panam&R fully furnished N oot kitchen priu-
A or fhe oua trts. otrteno ugh frsoef,.oe,,al 05t-
al aottog1Advle.MeAic aodl e 69,0 Phoner A3-
Ml *theMeat wfith h for a Crus where end FOR RENT: Fumished room with
of ftn sai td othte, ty ljoinTUoth er. mem A Sel- kitchen. Peru Avenue No. 34, Bl
l_ s homeLiMr_ from the acside for a tUes a Bsm a i at a IA- Q:.
t et..betinnng at 7 eal Jer lave been
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Guralo Supervilr.
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du tion of the plers. It w. bE
n the full round and will 1
hfWuSwq presented early in June.
S* The cast for the pliy calh or
A new ltocai tesWot fire teenagera, three girls ant
thi WAIaWh9Ato rPle two boy, and four adults, two
uth o ag afldm the wonmon and two mon.
W S htw S noted theav Tryouta will be held tomorrow*
In-tahe-round productions for inat 8 the Ho W l
mus l slated to to um n p.m.


Et PEREZ
.i !CANINE HOSPITAL
Via Poratr No. 42 -, TfeL 3-2113.
CLINIC HOURS: 2-6 P.M.
MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
Emergences at all hours call 3.3720
CLIPPING BATHING BOARDING BROODING
RAZlB VACCInATIO I : .,
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our waorl always. Our used cars we
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to Ike yakt he iu t i economicij-al1
tiptop mechanical condition oer low operate W ad
.service, plus iasculate appearance for u .nauMi. i a t vUW d -
all go toward Iakin your motoring cost yo le. Stop i p at
UClpan's "Ued Car L." Look over the ine flw ec a You'll ii. the
low prices on each car, the Big Selection, co olgat te.as to. 5 -
stop in soa.. ..

SMOBILES C I1949 LINCOLN FORDOR SEDAN. Luxury at a price you can afford.
SMOBILES I Yellow 4 black. Spotless interior, radio, windshield washer, WSW,
undercoated. Too good to miss at only $050.00.

1952 FORD CUSTOMLINE FORDOR SEDAN. Magnificent forest gr-n
I finish. Luxurious upholstery, Ford-O.Matic No Shift Tranamission.
You must see this one at only $1395.

|S 1951 MERCURY SPORT SEDAN. Beautiful two tone green paint. Low
mileage. Loaded with extras including radio, undereoted and
stainle steel hub caps. Low down payment An outstanding value
cepted Iat only $1200.00.

1950 PACKARD SUPER EIGHT SEDAN. Executive caro ith low mileage.
Beautifully cared for.' Radio, e'ater, seat covered spotlight and
ultra.matlq transmission. Must be seen to be appreciated. A truly
luxurious car for only $760.00.

I 1950 PONTIAC 4-door CHIEFTAIN DELUXE "8." Sparkling light blue
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IAMual banmet, to be held in May.
The date-wi5 be announced later.
* Mn. Gladys Webb Wormed the
ladies that ufors have been doe-
signed and will b available I. the
wnar future.
op s t Chalrman, Mrs. Georg-
ia Jonas wiv be assisted this
month by Mrs' Ora Lme and Mrs.
Jean Aleander,t in serving cabs
at the Coco Solo opktal. The
cakes will be bakeS by Mrs. Jack-
le Pate, Mrs. K.' re Nenow,
Mrs. Jackle Cons, MM. Luse. Mrs.
Jones, and Mrs. Alexander.,
The Auxiliary wishes to express
Its ppreciation to the following
fo I -prises contributed to their
last sunce ssfulraffle: C.P.O. and
Mrs. L A. Nenow. C.P.O. and
Mrs. rdn Jones, C.P.O and
Mr J.. J les, C.PO and Mrs
S. C. Jayroe, C.P.O. and Mrs. D.C.
Gardner, CW.O and Mrs. 1). E.1
Brothertn, Comdr and Mrs. R.
N. Gardner Comdr. and Mrs. EldM
ridge Hord. Lt.'and Mrs. J.
7Eriello, Mrs. and Mrs. J. Gu4i!
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prize was won by Don Geyer, se.e
Wd b Mrn. Bert Farrmll, L Mr
Bunos DouglaL. JtOeceivng bone
able mention wui ILT. Mer-.
sie, Julius Die.. Ernesot Stft.
Delicious rebwshments wore
served by. Mrs.l F m L

h w rs of the pUlaq.
ed by the Atlantic ClOb
were: 1. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Co
trelL 2. Mrs. Barbara Cuning.
b4m and Colonel H.. A. qa.e,
there was a tie for third glace,
Captain R.K.Y. Dualnbeare ad
Mrs. Chapin tied Major and Mrs.
B. G. Simms.
"Around The Clock" Recidta
The "Around the Clock" dance
recital presented at the Cristobal
YMCA-USO last week will be. re;
pated tomorrow night at ?:30
p.m. at the Y-USO.
- The price of admission wilt be
50 cents for adults and 25 cents
for children.


Closed with' tla.sM lui
"I read A abol l terrible
axeN and trt axes of
HAllywood a M I know
vour taxes must enclosed
)s stamp and envelo00'
Eddle Cantor, tellin about his
lack of formal edgietlet, quips.
S"But I learned abw eerything
tlreo riding on traoium' tm
George Je ."
ON IS M v lT Itv TV show.
"The Petrified Fbrt" David
Iiven confessed ito a elderly ae-
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tep t A PfNV L THEATRE Mand at popular prices. These two
... ..a. a .. phry heart, Ja1m, C.oooney, Ji.. d Ilw mad
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robyou of a pretty skin just when
you want it the most.
When a girl needs to look her
prettiest, nature seems bent on
spoiling her complexion. Skin sud.
denly b-,s todevelopover-active
edl &I ,. At the &ame time it
beenms to get luis about throw.
Soth eeryy accumulation
of dead skin lls. When these
tiny, dead lake build up into a
iayer over the pore opein-
there's trouble ahead. Enlarged
pores and ven blackhead are on

Telah Pond's renmendshmis
gmosels traotmnt for tM four
molar problems of "young sWin"
-oIniss, slugglshne, onlorgod
pores and blacMded. I' qui.
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red light a t.im.0 .ndZprp
ear.
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Sthe CBS parking ly Bl Apod. Two
delegation stood beside a new pol
tee squad ate aad with great



mcu.ly, and ddpeanrned: d ed
Withe s*
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Rchampagne and like a t you're
to theowbrseh=6tdrovehoutrofpdo
parking lot onto Beverly Blvd. Two
motorcycle off wer win on the gag
immediately forces invited h to the
curb and deadpanned:
You're under arrest for steal-
Ing ctiy property."
"i got the point," said ied, re
turnOh." siding the key.doll
BOB OPIN, o the vagatles of
Hollywood fortune: "One day
y o u'r e at Roma f drinking.
champagne and the next you're
in Fresno crushing the grapes."
Cy Howard, the radlo and. TV
prOducer, st il winner when he."
thinks about it. On his first trip to
Hodlywood he was invited to a rwy
at a movie aducer'sge, elaim
Sammyoduce e, i asked him, "What
do you do?" '
"Radio," said Howard.
"Oh." said the doll. "our set
In't working properly. Would you
ftx itv'
Howard did, not mentioning, of
cour t, that his yearly salary was
larger than i rh loband.er
Old p ro- a tabegloWhe #At
29 a w1=an b *sMe a a man
"MiseS h. .IT=- thi eW9
verp eleve A:;ow. At 0 she we&.
les what e- wuan."
A movie star's marriage, claims
Sammy KIe, is cosidered sue-
cesful if It rums longer than his
current picture.


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d ?YOItl, April 29 (Ul? M s rg'M .

w out today that his Card
Swel withotot him.
Slittie pepper-head was double wieh the
out of a game for a row aors batting s"W to 13
.t-Sn umpire for the third games. asme wrenbhedlIl back
this h easop Wednesday and round~ thirdd and uckler
s on the previous occasions, th. Woyt Wlhelm. who rqleved him,
Ocrds scored a leader-less tr- ded te on Milwaukee run.
- w Iw e firs t VictO ry or -
e latest victory was their pea after two defeats.
Bat si niflcant of the younq -_ ".
ampalnl-n for It was their second ,T _TlAr or, tv
141 row over the champion Iko the Carmafuw1%slidn-
- dgers, 6-5 in 10 innings and it ted home the wdInarg rn In
FaRbled them to replace Brook- .e MIa li 4 vMctory .oer
fir in second place in the. Na- .eoa which put t. Let
nal League race. s nd place ahead of the
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SBoeth Coach John ddle and e ----
&Goryin the ninth-
Sfor protest Santa Cruz Sports
i.sil against the Cal- -
Sag and Stasky for protesting
SM 's removal. IBAS .TBALL
: other National League, The Santa Crus Jr. High re-
ame, Cincinnati won its third tainted their basketball laprels
a row 8-4 to stay in first Tuesday when the boys defeated
mace while the Giants defeated Parralso 66-34 and the girls won
the raves at Milwaukee 3-1 as; by forfeit. A large gathering wit-
i-ben Gomez edged Lew Bur- nessed- a clean fast and excit-
e.9 In a-pitching battle. Ing game at the Santa Cruz
Philadelphia at Chicago in the' gymnaalum.
Mafhoal and Chicago at New Jimenez and Titus from Pa-
PTf Detroit at Philadelphis also showed brilliant form.
Baltimore at Washington and Their "shooting" abilUty was up
Cleveland at Boston in the to par, too. However, this was
American were postponed.. overshadowed by the brilliant
- Cincinnati, which has been' ,coring of Mervin Grant and
looking desperately for pitching Blake of the homertowners'.
elo,. received a one-hit relief High-polIrters fear Santa Cruz
o) for 6 1-3 Innings bv little were: Oraft 18, Blake 11. Wa-
I Mtle Collum. who gained his Tren 10. Stulz 9- and Peterkin 6.
irst victorY after Fred BPaezew-1 For the losers Jlmenez (12t.
was pounded out in a three-, Titus (li, a Pte (61 were the
a third inning Pittsburgh ral- chief scorers.
. The Reds scored five runs in
m sm frame as Johnny Tern-, All council men are reminded
pliq'ole home on the front end of the council men's .meeting to
ef-i double theft with Jim'be held on Friday 30, at 8:00
Orenglass,. who had doubled n' om. "Where?".. Civic Council
aont xm and singled home an,Center at the Santa Cruz Serv-
. -iqr one. ice Center.
4ter six scoreless innings. the --
iA 'e scored all their runs In The summer recreation periqdI
I=-& event. Gomez driving in!starts on May 10. The earlier
rst run with a sainle. Heleach studefit is entered the bet-I
'Vey Williams. who alolter. Theie clmpes lIst until theI
h ed, scored on Al Dark's July 30. Enroll nowl
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SOCIAL RELEASE!
Aft qof social importance
-"WE ARE ALL
K KILLERS "
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FIRST
PRIZE IN
CANNES
1952


S OPENS FRIDAY! 1
'AN iTTRACTVI AND
' COMPLWME PROGRAM
"WINGS of the HAWK"
In TECHNICOLOR!
with VAN HEFMIN
and
Stem Kimbeth's tour to
Mo.$. AnUs and Panami




-1-WOPICAL

W 712i:y 5*. 2:2, 4:4.
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VLADT VERSOIS
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BELLA VISTA
1:6, 2:35. 4:40. 6:U. 9:10 p.m.
HILARIOUS COMEDY in
CINEMASCOPEI
MARI!YN MONROE
BETTY RABL
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*HOWT 9 MARRY A
MILLIONAIRE"
In TEC4NRICOLOR


CECILIA FO
me lUgt ADULT81
A mother and daughter -
fighting for the same mania
"THE DEVIL IS A
WOMAN"
(Italian Dialoges)
Plus! -
TWO BURLESQUE
SHORTS!


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Uay I Is de ogm t ew Mi F "I
Youth ay a Ind o om jun
with It Cn Zone ge 14M,
Balboa Elks Is sboactog awee
of Yputh ActlvitIs.
M d the Jnlor High
Schol rj, under the direction
of Ruby .ryer, started elimina-
tion plat in ba tant to de-
'on he &p Pr p Tle
Senior Hih Sh ol -ds, under
the ddredtion of Mr .PoLteu
started an ellmingUtto-rpa.
meant of volley ball te d.e-




pdayed at the Balboa yntadim tum
Thursday aWrn1On and the
badminton chata pl lps will
be decided Friday aer schooL
Track champidns will be de-
cided at the Balboa Stadium this
afternoon in a meet directed by
Stewart Brown.
Saturday m.ornhlg every
youngster from 4 to 4 Who
thinks he-or she ea IMSm1 will
be splashing away for a medal.
The meet will, be held at the
Balboa Swimming Pool under
the direction of William Zemer,
While the young onee are
splashing awayY,the older irs
and boys wil be teeing off at
8:00 a.I. Saturday at the Sum-
mit Golf Club to determine the
respective champions.
Closing out the big week of ae-
tivities will be a series of water
olo games between teams of
boys from Balboa, Cristobal and
the Junior College.

Pacesetters-
PITTSBURGH


Robertsa,. 2b
Skinner, lb
Cole, 3b
Thomas. cf
Rice, If
Lynch, rf
Allle, as
Shepard, e
Friend, p
Thies, p
a-D. Smith
Surkont, p
b-Pellagrini
LaPalme, p
Totals


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4 1 2 6 1 1
'5 1 I 1 0 0
4 1 1 4 0 0
41 1 4 0 0
4 0 2 0 0 0
3 0 0 I 2 0
4 0 2 3 2 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 2 0
1 0 1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
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Harmon. 3b 4
McMe lan. as 2
Bell, cf 4
Kluszewaki, lb 3
OQengrass, If 3
Temple, 2b 3
Ficalera. rf 3
Landrith. c 4
Baesewski, p 1
Collum; p 2


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Totals 3 11 27 12 i
a-Struck out for Thies In 6th.
b-Singled for Surkont in 8th.
Plitt rgh 13 M 0--4
Cluelnaitl X06 010 x-8
RBI-Cole, Lynch. Shepard,
Klusewwakl 2. Greengrass 2, Bell.
A etera. 23-Cole Harmon,
Oteengrua,. Bell. 8B-Temple,
Nuualera, Bell. --Escalere.
KliMsewsaki. DP-Alle. Roberts
and Skinner, Esaloera and Lan-
drtth; Harnhon, Temple and
Kluanewakl; Left-Pittsaburgh 9,
lCincinnati S. BB-PFriend 1, Thies
3., Bacewski 1, Collum 3. 80-
Friend 1, Thies 1. BDacewskl 1.,
CollIm 3. HO-Friend 7 In 2 2-3,
Thies 1 In 2 1-3. SurKant I In 2.
Bacze*WkI 0 In 2 2.3, Collum 1
ie 1-3 -,LaPalme 1 In 1. R-ER-
Friend 6-5, Thiesa -1. Surkont
00, B0.zewskl 4-4, CohUum 0-0.
La Plme 0-0. WP-Thles. Win-
ner Collum (1-0). Loser -
Friend (0-2). U-Pinell. Bogge,.
n, tewart. T-2:20. A-


O'Srie's Record

Shol Pt Heave

Up For RoegPloai
I y Umited PreM -
The secretary of the AAU cays
Parry OIiaen' ihet put toss on
Saturday Is eligible for conide-
ration as a world record.
Dan Frrls seay: "The rule re-
quiring f. m or more competi-
tom anM ow4 e which wua
abolM'U ^ t~ime ago. 0'-
Bneni marrFha be submitted
for reconitIn," explains Fer-
rs, "armln a1 there were two
competit and It was a reg-
ularly schodnlod event."


o .,Brntomod the shot putS
feet, in gand three-quarter
S-,-._-., 2~.si inches IA an exhibition at the
Drake Roeaym. The for m er
S j. I Souther n Caornia star, who
SIflew two-thoueand-mlles for the
nr II n I event, had one csmpeUttor. Drake
kAam LT.SWlLR" offtloals said they thought the
and| mark could not be reogned s
. O'Brien didn't have twm or more
msmal Awa asse feognpetlora


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SSan Marcos, Tman on Saturday.
Mhuck oldingwbho has high
L nomed oesnt practice.
promise t haou Wt 1IaLstabt
under offlclal ceniitttaM. WMt.
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,S sTa- ton- 0 1 .. 1 go to the po W o
9.,~dU go 7 It Parsly A 1 5 1t out faiwrite.-Vmr*I
initial1 turri 10 '
O YMn-105 in Trampe 0 2 2 uresto" P aeg
O the iH Lahiey 2 0 4 "ool, o,, 'et p
U Warm-Up C Gampbell 3 0 "Flsbeisnna" will get
fumed to fl OGarafalo 3 4pport. T'-day a
lead t I scrambled the mttings
returned the. Iteferees Palhubo and R. by wminng the De
i and displayed W Tom. ... record time.
a0 brand of- -
te the ame ,gaa o The entire .city of
A strong V.P.-4 M U is taking the
played Its superirT over a_ T holiday osv ete l a
prn Marine team Brokleman 7 17 oly ir.Ot I a
he, mnd game Nvanglis2t 1 5 ftm 76 to W0 for a
V.-W rangy ceam utl er 2 0 4 reservation ad t
4t.,-6 lead theI0 6 6 plying for rooas must
ng. Wlth e 0 1 1 for all three dhys.
h iand x oulessa B I 1
r1M should offer cp2 Francis 2 The names of the
Do "ll coam '-i
.NO- 12 1S e, Derby starters wil
Thilxscore: V.P.4- 0 In the entry box FrIda
emsum 0 2 The Derby goes off '
*AVALBA ,8- 1 rikhon I 'I o'clock (DTr Saturds
Lott 1 title 1 0 2lthat night comes. the
ll Deliver 12 2 6,Colonel party.
McLauxughr M.iidon 1 0 2 Four Derby candidate
Karklin ,arano 4 0 8cted to drop out.
Hughey I uber 2 0 4 teve Birosak admits
ad 31--3-5Ils a doubtful tartea .W
Mg3' S table's "Supe Devl'
WMI l Itfeerees: 0. Tom andr ougla Alle Reuben Myg trail
....;- --- "I tioni will deClde whet
S, Erin" goes. "Allied.
mate of Determine, WGi
O i. G o tYIf the track Is urast. T
likely since a logi rar
IL i cast from Louisville (
Derb er, probable rain and
Derby winnernrln. Ptrack.


LOUISVILLE, Anril 2 (NSA) of Count Fleet been coupled with
-Whenever the subject of a solid fbr others .n the held, he prob-
Kentucky Derby choice* bobs up, ibly woula have set a new record
we think of Jack Amiel. Three for a Djby pfice. The last we
years ago. Amiel, pudgy Broad, saw of AlMfel that. day, be was
way restauantmAI had a qol raenng around Louisville trying
to the Run for the es thatno to give everybody in sight a W00
body gave a chance. Trainer al tup out t the winner's share of
Rutchck refused to make the trip W,5. .
from New York. Amiel, eager to Yu only have to go bap a year
see his colorsblI tc Glae .Gal. to start nthe d gm tj e
o .l W W Co Tur rf e. Ja- Thav&e-i -M *2


ca to Q -Down er
lared washedup Conn KeCreay S ar _made f, *ul- 5 l]
to ride him. one at m4.9-o-1 e the Are.
Count Turf won by four leuts Gwynn Vanderbil gray w a
in a field of2 Had not theson ruso .i atta r l
4 a ca .lumet
Farm W r in tin Derby at Is-
sp didte this trip. bt as only kid-
Sding five years ago. Yet e fa-
eTiel* IJd rl- l mous trainer dl notB fly Stevee
hc LBro. afro i imr unt, te
Tramornle of the raft. Brooks, .&
Field Uncertain Wa der. did
iUknow the was a thoroughbred
in the Calumet barn named Pon-
LOUISV= W Ky., April 29 der.. .. ,,.
(uPs ProApects of a muddy COIN TO T"B rPOT, rpos,
track left the field for Satur- asked the old jockey on the lead
day'sKentuky Derby more un- p about Ponder, was informed
certain than ever today with 21 atbe was no account .. ..
horses, headed by the favored "F'rom ,P herehe .is like
correlation, stl listed as possi-Ceajmow," remarked Jockey
ble starters. brooks.
STwo of the nominees. For ,Well, he ain't," replied the ex-
Free and Super Devil, are almost ercA. he .. ....
certain to be declared out even And when ne started to pick
before the entry boa fo r the big UP r se enteringthe stretch,
race opens at Churchill Downs recalls Brooks, "he was CoaA-
tomorrow morning town."
The entry of three other hors- ven the superior riders can
em depends entirely on the dead wrong. Eddie Arcaro hd
weather-two of them Sea 0 his pck Of Shut Out and Devil
Erin and Close Out. to slart only Diver 12, took the latter.
It the present weather forecast Wayne Wrigt took it all with
holds true and the track Is mud- Shut Out.
dy: the other, Allied to start on- d They're rs tryil to ep slan
ly If the track should happen to B else's Derby of 1. BDime-
be fast. ieeh suposedly was so mvin
The addition of Close Out to that he reduced th field e iht.,
the possible field came last gijng te th% at 4-baLt m-
night asa surprise. The colt, ing his w nexpic, able is that
owned by Pollard and Harkins, in The Prakness. BelmontStakes
had finished finished fourth Tuesday's and other large numbers, Co Ed
Derby Trial and trainer Henry ward iley Bradley's colt lived up
Forrest had Indieated Close Out to his rant form as a two-
was "out" of the Derby. But year-old.
Forrest changed his mind last
night when he heard the weath- GA M WION WAS aR I P
er forecast and mid that his colt ED a b ronr where he
would run It the track is muddy. was l dNV a lheg to say te
Thus. a Derby, flf4df 18 Is least. p at we just .ae 3r.
dieated for a track, but S on h to do t
oly 17 for a fast t egk. co ut a ..e _years T.t.r. h
The mud prediction has had trainer b Mai'h in his eharN te
another fft --t has cost Has- owaermm..oV Waid 14 io
ty Road a lot Of the support he of the o aty few who rve GlJ
earned by winning the Derby lahadioa alook-in. The day_ brofe
Trial In track record thne. Own-s the he tel~ 0o1nMred lt.X
er Ale Reuben Insiets that Has- el V. Mrs n CWeaO urgig the
ty Road. wil start In the Derby propr of'Milky Way Fam
regardless of the weather, but to o ase down.
it'a w"Ul kfow that the coltr "n' to om tht thing ran," laid
doesnt like muddy tr*s. Mrs. ei ts.
Hasty Road. uPupd with Sea Yea may have more cdae
0 Kiln as an entry. remains the than you think," countered Wa"
second choice In the first Derby ram.
odds ie, but the qdds have Mrs. Mms did when Cja r r oll
Jumped from 7-3 to 5-1. Corre m- nrmama I pI p ped Galahadion
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2-1 favorite, was galloped yes-
terday morning and gets a final
workout tomorrow. Trainer No-
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after watching Tuesday's Derby
Trial. Threewit ays: "I saw
plenty and. it didn't make me
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United Prem Spoiert Writer
NW T'ORK, April 2 Noth-
ing Is going to beat Correlation
In the Kentucky Derby cne
Saturday but Fearles Fraley has
& sleepy sleeper for the longshot
brigade which, If it gets off the
same afternoon, may be making
a run at the front end when
they hit the finish line.
My equine hopeful Is a nag
named King Phalanx.
Don't, for goodness sake,. et
the rent money on this mai_ u-
es-footed animal. He is,. I
have Indleated, the sleepiest
hahbaw who ever took a sane
in Nh starting gate while his
opposition cantered happily n
its way.
And even when thb starting
bell wake him un. he- asem to'


sally is far too late to dl -an
than barely crowd Into the i-
ture of the tfinih.
Mdst of my friends, uponhe
Ing of t.e selection, have advis-
ed me to ee a competent pay-
chiatrist.
Becam thi kd'has won Oef
mrae in two yo A a"d by myr
baa digested more dust thin It
twister. .
But someday, "obly l.tor
day, they are & MM tt hre thls
beast in ag sem-cail.sco ta
when the whti'b5.WI. l ff
be's within houtng dlattmKCW
when they hit the enad of -he
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run. -
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all hisraces. Thi year tinhis
openg assiment he was a
Sthall the way In a six
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apd a sixte hd was. second
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fnt Helghts won hi chanm- General Manager Jhn Quinn u e d. Then young ail- Shileock of OGreat Britain, 6-1
ahifi of the CoAation of Milwaukee denles the Braves ly threw lc care. Ha told Pete and 6-3...
es of .the. Paca r i onal were acalped in their big winter Sad Aleza-."Vm a Yankee fan."
tbiu League ni trade With the NeW York Giants. veteran goIter Byron Nelson
Ins .to t. -b dT-is:P-/ As part of that swap, mouth- General Manager frank Lane will come out o f seml-retirement
mound effort of At w ohny Antonelli Went of the .Chcago White ax ha in Roanoke, Texaszl to .
he victory of Quar Shts the.Olants for outfielder Bo Jet o with another blast at Inth Ardmore, P en.Wan'la,
intensely oiar use ofa Thpmon. So far, ThomsOn hu a Melr C aser Stngel of the Open. The $15,000 tourney -
~hlw l .jrtS yer t to play for dhp Bra yi, hav- New York Iakees, scheduled to start May 8 -
hig pO s tae team fractured an ankle la spring features bonus pa-.offb for bir-
iughoutithe Itraining. But Antonelll 15.tslen TA i the current issue of dies, eagles and dally lot more.
u a result o.helr victory, up obly five runs in 25 Ininng. 0o)ler's Magasine debunks -
Quarry Hetlad will re. Quinna ay -- "We woeM et CA-W ansa ral talents. Lane The weather Science oa nda-
Sahndsome championship have ine the trade It we had I T tes Yankee succe to tiOn i Crystal Lake. lllnaos,
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t the.mrent hampion- rt ea or own baileb. the team three coaches. baby will be run In mud this
eres. I asm never forete oll l iies says "I may not share Saturday. The tondatlon says
h lSenifer efib LanLA e suh as happened to Thom- 's conviction that he Is thundershowers and e t r o n g
tis s w lM oahamlona usoi n b eilgg's a most profound and winds are forecast for the Louis-
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we, wll91 a powerful rookleZ",ry Aaron as a replace- the firt-rson to admit 8ten- The Toronto Aonauts of the
p, th a .-ment of ment tor., Thomson. Monday gel I a very funny fellow and Canadian pootbal LAgue have
SiBdnaey iht %a a eame up with two anS actor of consununmmate skill." signed former Rice Fullback,
em and 4teauare ants the Sares eat the Ot- The White Box general manager Xosse Johnson. He was he 14th
ofhyet 4- .3.. adds "In fact, Casey i my drift choice of the Green Bay
a o ftheAnother rookle-e-hortatop Alex favorite comedian." Packers.
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