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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00369
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00369
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cash sales receipts you are holdingile
your chances of winning. .. Make your"E
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* sp. from Broadway. where the has one career as a suc-
*Iproduceer, Mrs. Mary K. Rank relaxes sigh two lrirnds.
e champion Skye terriers are a part of her other career as
oer of a kennel., Comnhining these two careers with her Jetsob
as homemaker takes all of her time and energy.
NEA Woman's Editor

NtW YORK May I INEA1-:try, cooking, woodworking and
vor have the feeling you'd like I| Ian swap the mop, sink and stuve. Most Important work at the cen-
Sa life of ease (that is. abso- iter, however, Is being done with
t-;y nothing to doi? icen-agers The housing project it-
Tisi is the story of womnan:i self i.s set in the heart of Harlem's
lah could do just exactly that but mout congested slums, where e
prefers to run two careers youth gangs and dope present big
he a homemaker as well. problems.
And in addition, she contrib- I
as both her ttnt and her effortI "We're trying to give young.
makiW 'Ji ftoein*' of a corn- sters who've never had a chance
ut sn arlem. an opportunity at another kind of
i" n self the lux- ilife,' Mrs. Frank says.
di afry Z iI think is 1
S ys.I "We're limited in our work by
a been the result of lack of funds, but we all pitch in
y el hard work. As prn- to raise the needed money.
w ishe Playwrights' Cornm
of "Tea and Sympathy" and "And we're rewarded when we
rina Fair." Mrs. Mary K. realize that even in five short
ank has realized her dream of; ye3rs the center has become'vital
o on Broadway, to uits neighborhood."
She, came to New York from When she Isn't engaged in one
delphisa in 1931 with the in-.of the many careers, Mrs. Frank
t possessed by so many of be-. is reading scripts. She's bbghtb
g a famous actress. Kathleen Winsor's first play, and
-1ti3 soe went to London, us- is bringing it to Broadway next
she'd savnd bywork- fair. This will Be her first venture
', at the s Acade- entirely on her own as producer.
K,^q "The mast important thing a

ap tearn a
.ral plays. Then she start- Is that ya the theater cares
gun agency for artists and hbow a producer feels--ever!"
e l t, meanwhile constandy

the; started a wecoud bustV
I really began when site
8"Sh terrier as a/Vk*
I n love with the b d
47 yearb. she has reen
teal terriqrs from her
y has had thp pleasure
h them bring -home Once Baby has become used to
p'from dog shows all being bathed i1 the family tub
o d'rld try showein In im uwith a bath

_- Ipray. Begin spraying at the feet
'113 .4 won't sell my terriers and work up slowly to the should.
Juit anyone," she explains. "I, ders. This will help to prepare him
1st know that my terriers are i for splqal-d.g at the beach this
s ino homes where' people' umnmr.
-e kind D to them bq ore I'lll
rt with them." Start BAby's 'visits to the den-
Pi 1. Upry Koab.nshue mar- tist early and you Will save him
SW1lIKS :Frank, it retired from considerable pain and fear.
K'neer ithus-becamre home- From i age of two a child
ier as'WJU as successful bupi. .Ould se4q his dentit' regularly
swoianig. :w a W. yen. b will probably en-
i ",Ioy S e ea..,y its since, in most
bth as ago she began cases, they'll clude only exami-
James Weldon Otions add cleanings.
o. MlUpity Center in
wre. i-cter is part of 4 It doesn't take rugged play to
a r H tat hWs become tire a child. Hqing hs hand held
lip ptufe" igterraelal hous- *111i prove very fatiguing after
Ifive minutes. Yet many people
M t slal and commu- think that the toddler who protests
Snros, erto Ricanslis being willful. The child will feel
a. ving them a beteri much better if allowed to run,
S understand each other skip and jump as he walks. A hear.
social gatherings and ness can be used to keep him in
-i r ,*essmaking, carpen- check.

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If you're preparing to stltch up of one of the gingham pieces. This Baste firmly in rows. thtl fo
an extra-special git for an extra- leaves a border triWm that requires inches apart from u sic
special baby, consider the virtues no seaming or miterlin of cor- (Don't let large bpstaitch,
of a gay, little qulted spread that ners. appear on right side). ...
ean double as a carriage robe. For'the center appliqued motif, Fold fabric oh ti*'ibias am
Inexpensive and easy to cut out trace dog outline from c h il d's press a line. Fold on bia again
and se* on a machine it boasts coloring book. Transfer treeing to this time in oppose orectio
an appliqued gingham dog that the 18" by 28" ginghampiece qut press aspin. Use. quitin 9
wags his tall to please the baby. from center of border. Baste t=Ie = n- t .V1entA '.b s'w ln chii
To please his mama, it's com- piece to center of white. broad- and, ( tt h narL .leS.ltfuia.m e
pletely and repeatedly machine- cloth. rectioi .rntB. crmpeie. Nex ta
washable. ppposito-,foll a t .
talking over the design 'and the Ap lique dog by stlcang. a he same maer to cdA
s e w in g directions with local round outline, using zigzag attach- diam! nd-shaped quilt patera.
center experts, I decided to use ment or sewing machine. Cut a- Now, you're ready to add tt
red-and-white checked gihgham way excess fabric as close to border. Place gingham border c
for the border the motif and the stitching as possible. gingham ida of the quilt, rigl
underside of the coverlet. Next, place the filler between aides together. Stitch around ou
S gingham and broadcloth, and pin. side edge allowing a half-inc

White broadcloth is used for
tht top,. As a; cmnpmlcal miller '

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standard 84" by 4V st2. you'll
need: one and a quarter yards of
white broadcloth, two and a half
yards of gingham, one and a quar-
ter yards of old terry-cloth towels
asd a scrap or two for the doe's
collar and face.
,To make-Cut out two pieces
n' gingham 35" sby 45" each. Cut,
one piece of white broadcloth 35"
x 45."
For border, cut out a piece 18"
wide by 20" long from the center

Color pers U

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Traditionally, w.an.n's hats re
fleet the color and gaiety of spring.
But Pafty wo pen .npo d in other
wa' to the mosttS .,F of sea-
5I impoItangig is that you
DO rX ond. Wl r you are T1
or #0, 'idd color, Yol.t'ardrobe
thit season -
itU *4bofinite tj soie ima-
c5ors htoh ne*n= shares. Weare
ing only black, gray and brown
season after season, can't help but
injure any woman's morale.
If you've become to accustom-
ed to these background shades
that you hesitate to plunge into
color now, use it only in t i n y
You don't even have to go so
far as to buy your hat and gloves
in a bright color.
Instead, select a black straw
hat trimmed with Jittle colored
flowers, or with white flowers
centered with a flash of color.
Then buy plain, white cotton
gloves, and trim the wrists wiT
its of chiffon in the same bright
SAnd confine your jewelry t1
just one or two pieces that. also
carry out the gay color note.

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Ssew tail ely to dog.
: You .anteither embroider a face
ia on the p or use fabric scraps
and applique his- features. I don't
he like to use a button eye, because
an you can never tell when deter
ht mined little. fingers will jerk the
t- button loose and pop it in the
:h I mouth,.

In expensive glassware and or-
dinary dishes come to the rescue
of the spring-happy home-maker
who wants to make the most of
,every flower she can find for her
Few of us have a shelf of fancy
vases of the right size or shape
.to accommodate every bouquet or
handful of violets. Nor, may I add,
should we rely on empty jelly
gasses for flower pots.
Use your ingenuity to create
charming arrangements with gob.
lets, ash trays, refrigerator dish-.
a sugar bowls, fiat casserole lids
or relish dishes, to name a few.
STo hold flowers in plce you
can use a dab of the _bfldren's
modeling clay or a block of flo-
rist's snow. This _onous'-.plastic
holds water well and can be dried
out and reused.

tme store gs ash trays big
and deep en tS.1o hold water,
ma Sim effective be
or flowering batches. Stemmed
gobets iwed as vases pick up light
and add. sparkle to a small bo
The gaceful siape of eruet I
bought a varlty store recently
has induced me to keep four or
five little flowers Ian them instead
of the oil and vinegar for .which
they are inaeded.
Itbl points up the only draw-
back to doubling the function of
everyday di'ahe:. You're apt to
have a ca sitnole ready to pop in
the ovea onry to teaiize the lid is
suppordng a tdre am y 'arrange-
ment o(t foatfig anles.
The bright, le.colors of glass
ovenware make a perfect fof for
bunched wild flowers. Or try clear
or colored rmmeakns or custard
cups for a candle-flower center-
piece. Anchor the -candle with
modeling clay in the center and
ring It WOl abort-stemmed pan-
siep, violets t sweet peas.

. ImepeaUve glassware and ur~ diskbs lifted trem theitche .
S hieif make charming centsW fe tr de lewwers. TMs btd.
ianker ma two cruels te r d es w.

Tiny. red, rose' clusters placed make "planters" fo r straight-
in each of three opaque )ello*, stemmed tulips or dalfodl. -"
glass ramekiJs make -a colorful If tulip heads droop over (as
apd space-saving centerpiece far wine.so often do) just clip aoff
a small dining or buffet table. the stems curl back the petaB
Colored glass refrigerator contain-I over your finger andv float, se
era, packed with plastic n o w, l nopsom in a shallow candy dish,

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otbr g ng aids are contin-
ua5. .,A moe efficient ways
.at s'eatmi ers eo ,
s ect41 oc wdff ullt- bet
AuilWf g. J#tstepIn this di-

ca~hey fear the shade that
i r - right ii 'an flhumsrauioe
wO .ook qoute different on' their
Q3IIact *1* Inn now beg a olsra*
I leotm, .r ithatkie y ,am*omse i
m wtm rwult r.'

flr kxampl, a drab bWsnette
Ita wonder wether adding hih-
jib of. bTonse amer or copper
otld best enhance her hair and
eamnlnolan. -

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com y, Is pick out eacho M
sai the.seletor,
to a portion of her hair and .
tb e. in .a I *.-. '
'Placing the tran llcenit.
oyer the kuair n k tr I' eMt
supposed to. show very 'U
JWt how t ir *o flr tod sok wem
rinsed in that shade. l --
Even distribution of I leo
another arobles that dS udu ,
'my women. 7b elUmirat84s,'t
anB firs feaursBspielS pls*
ti appileater dabe delMbee.e4iu
Etfe strain. F '
Whetn direction for Ha Ie rm e
fo'ulwed carofuily, .he ampp
claims there is aO. dager o'U
hair streaking, r of .i .ds ea
coming too bright or siasy.

Remember your grandmoer'sa
ake w owdre suar ?
Well hire's, a modern versou per-
eected from one o four South Cpr-
olina friends. -
With, eggs n the plentiful list
you won't mind the thae In the
recipe, and nutritious nonfat dry
milk is also an economJeal buy. A
one-Ud paektavaftlble at the
grodae,. yilds f.v -' a t dairy.
8weet im:u_ f y little as
nine ,a ,'a.; Nonfat dry
tiplk s 4& gpomical buy. A
one peek available at
ath $6ve quarts 'of
d~a'r was lit-
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dry. ,ik wi th
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LaE'li CMeaetate Cake
(Makes4 we i layers)
Oneaid three rts-cup sit-
ed float, % t fapdry milk.
IJ teaa on s. teasappn'saltk
2-3 eap 1enlg, 1 lups sugar,
3 eggs. 2 square (2A ounces)
unswr __df 'ecohatertf med, 1 .

SMt as lier for, noIWt dry
milk powder, spda and salt. Cream
shortn.ug. .radually add sugar.

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Combine cornstarch, sugar saft
and nonfat dry milk powder, 4in-
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of double boiler. Beat with rotary
beater until Just blended. tgok
over hot wter, sttn cotasmny,
until Tythy teskLened. Add eM
late as tir untl. maUlet over
and cook over low beat 20 t vs
minutes. or until thickened. Re-
movefram heat stir in butter 4ad
vanilla. Coolke
teen cooled ke layers:
top of cake by sprinkling powdered
sugar through a lace

Keep your clothes smart l k.
ing throughout their lifetime by
knifts: etheck in the eaw..ee.
on:meded for their Cleani.R'
a good idea tos e the i orta
tive tags that accompany te gar-
menw in your .bureau.
White jewelry s lovely with
navy Oautfits. And fauy it's
simple to keep it spitk whie.
If yeou have glued idee
w ith an old "a t ett's
be dunked imt s-ap Othbw
Wise, simply wash thoe ."e as
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L melted cholate, p ew one somes to
bi. .Adi d. dry inae "_t ,"-
dho.,ants wwmaey*Nit waer. mTe- ae '1
rt:iar i 1 miute or about is all
t1ORC C e two 9-inbch eak Imulaea l
ensl." rle I aed paper apd iMs. _M of new
wrat0 i aj s tas e into art lb r bc, or b .. .
p(=a e to m to even(30.
degreesF.) 30 to jalnutes. .
Tomwasey bave sta" s Mr
I i_-- a.dbe p mU-. AN itA k
Tree table pema 'mornstfac n ans ,"ofS eetat feas
'p suam, saAslt, % acp e a. over eem a -pof -- ,
aeafat ry_ W_ w kTer, he. u nspt dress, aRW 40&.
.,, -.f.. .a tr 2 ( aW.trtl; paced .eD been e
m".m.a"do -pi nilat, d. 1 r summe aee
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Mr. and M. Fred ABderon La Boes Road.
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2 41..' t:ri? W. $ -.M.s L "2 r Ha-llMr. Mari on "' - L "
Miss Mrs da. DUg s, Mrs. Irene BU IvWite to
IC i9 elm o Mrs. AngelUsca Wo. Mnrs. Jo.
I: 'CtiGf. a n-A scI I .,. Mrs. sephiAe in, Mrs. Helen Clancy, ,
Srbave.lal a En- MV Dorly Nam Miss Blanea .
R ooW that lead -l. .Mrs.'- Meverbo. miss Lete Coher oX
. l as' ..' i i es Mrs. A Lyw, rs. II. A.
L. B o w e tl larles Greee. Ms. HMarod Li wta n, ,
tMlzaiden) lt. e iB4...Ymey, Miss Clara Kirbmer, from Bal- 3t C'
ls aflVeltI_ MFl *Fran- bda Court Santa Maria. Miss Lou.
ititte of Tehi ct de eck, ise StWioM Mitke Maxima Rosatles,
Sortllor.Ma I rles Mrs. Harold Lawton, MRS. Laura help yOU rt ?
th te'.st t _e y M. 'a h..*. r., -------Mr."r h .l t -o.1
M.lthe eican u IIw.ii w. b ae I. ran- 0
ipn j4W. ..*n r-e ,r eExpert Tells new beauty
Cr c "lps, .d;, tots daI chards, M s. Mrs. ^ l ;
" and other Soutf r spe- John Andrews Mrn. WH Skoi. How He Colors
Nm ciuties. ma, Mrs. E. N. StoMs, M rs
Sat0s Otto HU%, Mrs. Hector Grant,. Easter Eggs
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SVy machine--and teir tw Muart Brown, Mrs. Raul H .rena. CLEVELAND, 0. -(UP)- Jo -
S7yearly output Is va ied at 00. Amona those present were the seh Gbur is busy carrying on a
mother of the honoree: Mrs.. Raph- "od country" custom of coloring -
ael. De Boyrie and her sister, Miss aster g.s. n' -I
Been. De Boyrie. In fact, he's been working *inae *
The hostesses were assisted by right after Christmas decorating \
Misses Sally aid Mary Morland eggs. spending as long as Sr
and Margaret Leibt. hours each on s*n eggs.
andI* Margaret "'--t of tUtainls defea the 47
rMisn Vglag 6ant years. ll ot.o OPound Gbur .'
S Mr. amid Mrs. fasae C. Saseo are eggdecoratltr shaouM le e C Rdh Edfhbe
announcift the engagementt af altrdlred *I tea'h1 9 lW4a910's
f their dspblter, Vilma, to Mr, Eloy eI
Jaen Ocana ion of Mr. at4 Mrs. Gbur's .,vi a "
Laurene o Jaen H. Both tof p w l d. h~ .M 'l ,
Families are prominent fa Colon aplMed too thei
Society. while wa on -
s colors No date has been set .pr the it...
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uncle and aunt Mr. sad
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We make hatl reservations, obtain theater tickets, furnish Triptiks, road maps,
h6tel diretorles .

Obtain Panam A rver'a licene* for member. living In the Canal Zone.

We have an apo .camo at El Vall where members can spend short vacations in
a cool climate at heap rat. .

e W6'% information on n4w ar prikti and Blue Book value on used oars
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amnlsreedvore ewvon t iI
brate IM 30th Al i ry, an
welcome four m VmOess.
Wasr ba held at the Parish
on Melendea Ave.
Tjq new mnpbers welco
were Mrs. Lucila Pabon.i
Ruby Woag, Mrs. Mary Urey,
MiIs Ana Benjamin.
The court colors of purple
gold were used to decorate
hall. Assisting the Grand Reg
Mrs. Dora Seixai and Terr*
Deputy, Mnrs. Marie McCona


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1950 FARGO1/
1946 HUDSON,

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-Doub bad with inn p ate.Cn be finaned. Cristo-
Zltro.l 3.1?94 after 6.00 p.m.-
Y92li Ave, Pho 2-1481, FOR $AV.- 1949 Ford 2-door V-8, 2
.N New eat covers-and roip. Orginot n
S-cd .ft Nrg'e rei owner, 500 5669- Diablo. Tel.. S
..y.,,i-/aso's warartlty 2-L.o FOR
,orae finish. $20. Al- 'lae. very ed. $1400. Phone R
2339. Quarters 20Z-^ CrHOebal 350OS. FO5
: -. poubue.sintle box FOR SALbe-Salling May.21st! 195T u
Sod raottrsis et. used seven Ford V-8 Pordor, radio, undercoat- s
utwh, about-Nogl price; dresser, ed. clean. $1050. House 5849 Dia- g
gApirt Able. choirs; .60- blo. Ph 2.1554.
iWLftl--m'&r.l ; Vtuum FOR SALE Willys Station Wagon FOR
LEy'--.lct "'Ironwrite," 60 d after 4 p.m. week days. 2120- '.
le $165; Other household C, 5th Street Curundu, Phone Cu- 4
igLp. bedroom set S85. rundu 5115. _8
asn.a ...' Dioblo. FOR SALE:- 1942 Ford 4-door sedon.
a'j n A goad condition, new tires. Good
nOfl I vQiereO transportioti". Call Cristobol 2784
q-uq wtar with complete FOR SALE:- I Chevrolet deluxe 2- Seal
eJ'geof English aand Spanish. door with Powergildl; excellent con- ,b
Klf|icoati in both .en- d tlon. Telephone Anedor 82-4239, of95
a l.O. Bx 1 34. Quarters 24-A.A ..
S FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door HManr
OK.,A sedan. good condition. Powerglide, Elec
$800. Calt Balboa 2.1727. eug
S FOl FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet 4-door Sfif
22' ,hing launch A- deluxe, grth over cream color M...
1:" s khi ff..1' f extro aortiI w//w tires. Con be financed, .nra
S ,m B." Cristobal Yacht $1495. Phone Balboa 2-4256, vit
e nt tr'stobal 2784 FOR SALE:-1949 Pontioc-Six four* lou
M. 12' beqt wih 5-p. door sedan, good appearance and -
AS tor & eatrc. Like new. 2conditon al. bo 2863.
6"-526 FOR SALE: Hudsoh Coupe. New
battery, upholere good tires,
Sortaiop $17: B.boo 2452.

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SSALE-Spinet piano, very good
condition; china closet;' yard fur-
iture.. House ,341-& Monrito
t., New CristobLl. Tel. 3-2500.
R SALE:-CockiS' oitel puppie.
IKC regltered' 13-6 'Liththouse
oad, Gotun, Phone 5-420.
nI, I -1 ton; .u b ;
iveral pces f
age. ,Can Tel.; 3 rr6
mornings. 'q. |
RSALE: Wfrit 6r
lono; offltc nibt
4-hp.' motor. MuW
. House 772D0 t*
lboo. Tel. hj 8, -I'
led bids. for opening in public, will
received until 10:30 .m., May 6,
4, In. the office of Superintendent
itorehouses. Balboa, for Underwood
Royal Typewrites. Comptomerr,
id and Electric Adding Machines.
trick Computing Mochine, Our-
Ihs Electric Bookkeeping Maothnes,
e. and Time and Dote Recordin
:hines located in Burlding Ng. 28,
ustrial Division Areao, Balboa. In-
tion No. 79 may be obtained from
office of Superintendent of Store,
Lg, Balboa, telephone 2.1815.
R SALE --Hot water heater, easlty
nsralled to shower. Tel. 3-1241.
SSALE --German Police puppies.
nole & female. Reasonably priced.
Telephone Planoma 3-1241.
SSALE:-Pano, Aoet new. -
brensen Studio Coniole Spinet, ex-
ra string. leqth, full rich tone,
beutiful appeeraoce, $1,000 In
totea. Sacliflce halt price. Balbooa

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5 ,-,,. **" E 0 R SALE: Income property *
WCRM \ CAMPANA.. Completely
furnmihed home: Rfunrng water, re-
S-frigeretor, gas stove, etc. One mile
t from Ponama. You can't afford to.
A... .. miss this MARAI.N, Visit us there
it. s SUNDAY. Will consider teasing.,
Mt. ttmeo know beter that -HR ML.. ______", .
to ak another woman* h potit- ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. The town.
IP. blnk question, "How old Are for the young Retiree. Here you will
it rl1. t U'* e ..wll art really i, fd ppd attractIye homes.at reao-
the curlotA don't let that stand ins able prices as well as good int-
Stheir way. -They keep asking ,ome property. See Troy Hayes, c/p
questions and doing mental ,~. F. WHITE REALTOR, 195 9th
lar-thmuattio. l--they are able k.., rNor Tel..70344.r
Wt, fftlure-oute a oman's a&M I W .
Only trouble Io, ft is so obin-
ns oe what they are deingr that CADnLLAC 1952 ij
it they MINlrhi0 wel ask the for-I "-" -
ar, bidden quebtIon. mSPORT COUPEr
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ave a humidity of 12 percent. A
tbey.uequnre Ji drintli watel
Prot. Winm ttsays studies shi
that a bat's heartbeat drops
180 a nimmt "to two Or three
mitWle during winter hiberna
oady. temperature dropsp
ot 100oo to 40 degrees. *
Ohs o ings bthe'
it hbowr a bat's *carbahyd L
tabolil Crrtnges to usUdl da
serves. and sup es of
which it uses for food du4 lb
winter. Theglycoen is t
the batilF in-it tuses, .
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j AONS &Maw.. 63).-
~ re'ointhat will tap your yo
rtu>, Deetod h Seeotaq, Inc.. after derpoe
. lO'vwn'r- the revolution.
11,% 4 ua.he turns hddes. ho yh
S, thit hundreds of times faster ly
S lkioer oceses of the
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nook And enclosed pealr v
patio. Hot water, Caorc
two-car garage and gardener. Fif-
teen minutes center Pnama. Rem-
onable. For appointrent rlboj
FOR-,RENT: Cottage I New
C0rozal. Available May 14 throuhI
July 13. Phone Bblbbo 2567.

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ATTINTN L. I. Jusr bufl modem
fumished aoertnI e two
bedrooms, hot, Soli woer. Tel
ephirn Panome 3.4941.
FOR RENT:- Apartmen in Ecuador
and Mexico Avenuis. Two bed-
rooms, living gnd dlningroom, go-
rage & m rd's quarters. J.. Champ-
sour, Tel. 2,2419..
FOR RENT: Completely furnihed
opartment, 2 bedrooms, fivingroom
dinlngroom: large porch, venetian
blinds, garage, hot watr, linen,
china glassware. Also excellent
mold. Exclusive resideAtilt sectiaor
Bell' Vista, $175. Telephone B
boo 1448. ,

FOR RMENT;: r.One-mor wrtment,
completely rnumished. reaside-
tial section. No. .13 43rd Street.
Belle Vistes, .. .
FOR NT: 2-bedroom furhikAd
apartment. Second Streefi Perejikt
N. 11. Tilephone 3-2694. -

FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters. Fur-,
nished aortment. June 5th-Sep-
tnber Sifh. DeLesseps. Phone. 3-.

OR RENT: Two-bedroom apart-
mriat, hot woter heater. Corner Ave.
C'ub No. 58, Apt. No 9. Tel. 3-
rOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart.
ment, livingroom. diningroom, large I
kitchen, porch, garage. maid't |
room, screened. Hot water. connec-
tion. Phone 3-1549. I
,L;R RENT:-Apartment. completely
furnished. Two bedrooms. livinghb
r.diningroom. fervent'ss quarters, ge-
: rae. Please call 3-1036. Ponarm. I


i *. 8'' IR RENTr- Irdependent furnished
La- ms for single or couples. "El
Cer rejo," "K St. No. 16. Tel. 3-

c Breas Helon

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W And yOUI P a.

lB.e eight eb k Is.
eav- rsa Brown Hean was the Ides at
a re. William -Barage a frst grade
fffs |acher in the Oxt .l-Valle y buld-
v of the Falls Towsidp wsooL
eM6a triot at Tairless lls,
g '."" With the arrival of families to
'lime in athe big mills of United
a' Steel teacher discov-
i adot that g-sof the sew pupils
sectio ever seen a live chicken close
rg y hd eev petted a live chick-
it" .... ,,, ,or a baby eik'.
are "wild" o a w undetadable. The school
ads for s showed they were from Pius-
ista. Most a'#h Ahoona S V rift in
Wjround a in wvasla; SIfn tm York
w mh tgo uso olyi and Cleyelad. TLhe first-
.deir never had a chance to see
wves bha Barnett picked up the hA
,ed peclm eight eggs at a poultry faem
saber- 'Oxford. An old zssag n,,4
me a hen house in the class-

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a Sf miss tiny if

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Mly the chores of feediand
winq her mad evesty thea
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has .unde a a TV a oun a so
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r Irish more Red Ebor will be shooting for her
4bi tufotive victory this afternoon at -he JJan Fron.
gimCfrbk amuinst a smell but select field of Class
ted thoroughbreds over ssi-onf-6ne-hdlf fur-

Soven tp n o t h

erftase. Ch.lap-
rm a thre-month lay-

Needy Merry Mason and
fe r round out the live

tts regular rider, Chl-
Vict r t will be a-
the arpCm4rflntlha itar.
VU ,wil guide Re-
Hmuinbefto Ahamora
S ,Cl up n Au-
A ea. His ted to ptv ot
= and Rolando LopOa
l,b State r ug
"Wnbe't the first start for
S.' m and'Chlngrl In a
Swhle but both have been
In creditable workouts
it k "peppy" in the morn-

expert" expect Relam-
tlb Merry Mraon the
hoce. State Bare and
-th re ranked u ouiders.
< ruNW wtter, however, expeC
n battle In .whch a
I duled contelaants wil
t from start to

.other potential thrillers

ride from veteran saddle
jt -35a BravQ, copped yester-
A fturted foe Labor Day
as o n r thor-
Qo and Sedur forced the
ebut faded when Dark
took the lead two fur-
from home. Mutues choice
OfJ e came up fast on
291. W tLur n I

s-Tin Tancon18.4,.

First DubM: (Cbueuaeue-
Domino) gAS 2L
1-Burlequilto $4.00, $2.80
2--Jal Alai ~L60
One Two: (Burlesquite-UJd
Alal) $1lLM.
1--Okland $20. $8.80, $3.80.
2-SouvenIr $5, $2.80.
3-Rablblanco $2.20
an. Ilela: (Okiland-Souve-

1-Black Sambo $4., $2.80, $2.20
2-8un's Moon 3.40, 62.20
3-OoldenTap $2.20 ,
1-Mrs., Cristina $14.20, $11, $6.-
2-Paris Midl $12.40, $8
3-PFull $8
1-Royal Sgnal $8.20. $4.20, $3.20
2-M Dearr. 1.80, 3.40
3-Mlnso 2.0
Second Double: (Mrs. Cristl-
na-Royal signal) 5101.
1-Begonia $. $2.20.
2-Slsmo $2.20.
1-Dark Sunset $20, $4.80. $2.80.
2-Stone Of Scone $8.40, $83.20
3--liqu! *.80
One-Two: (Dark uset-.
Stone Of Beone) 55.40.
-DMar e al -$4.2q$ .,$2.20


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for the Derby M.in ;0j Mai
1941 by WhIrlawa .
The favorite orrelaton, win-
ner of the Wood Muorii.e came
in sixth behind Admiral Port
who was fifth a neck behind
Determine' win earned hhn
$103,050, the biggest pamse

llvuw u t

really wb W
rk for th ex rA
seventh vict
rtS this year.
leermnlne, owns
Crevolin, was
,12,000 fr0 m ,
at stables of Ke
Son of Alibhal

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Juan Fr co _- a wded U" -,

P.P. Horse Joakey Wt. OMNT
lst Race "0" Native 434 PtPOifl: $375.5 P0 ebJ t 95
alit 3aeau.ti' Double
1-Riomar 3. Oado. 100 -hNeds more distance 1 1
2-Cosa Linda R. Vas. 110 -Could score at price 654
3-Volador Mena R. lUxi-Rates fair chance S-1-
4-Manolete 0. OrllU 113 -bFrm indicates (-1
L Miranda A. Mena 117 -L ong overdue vn
L. Molly A. Gonsa. 10kx-Not Rood enough 5I.4

t-i meal i
2nd Race "T Imported I g.mPune: 3375.0 Pe ol lse: 1:15 the trl of
Seed ae of the Double for a tange
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1-Goanzaa V. Cat. 112 -Better chance here 5-I o.1 .4-_ U
2-Nehulnos A. Me 1a 1iS -Always too late 3-1 ,
3-Fanglo H. iul 106x-Stronger field now 5-I
4-L. Lady J. amaI 10 -Not much to beat 1- | i
5-Cradle Song 0. Ptem. 105 -Longshot poslW 1t1 10-1 l, cDr. B obby
6--Invernal R. L. OU 107 -Will force arpiace 10-1 9- e
7-Bartolo Mena R. 104z-Nothing to nca 15-1 ...
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3rd Race 'Non-Winners 4% Fs.Purse: 6M0. Pool eo:es: 1s45 i 9
1-Tampol L. ral. 112 -Blazin early speed 3-1
2-Ebony F. Rose 115 -Looked good In debut 4-1 1 Y ar.n rs .
3-L. uararefa J. Bravo 110 -Impressive debutante even
4-Tomaslto B. Agul. 112 .-Has strong finish 4-1 '
5-L. Dancer V. Ordo. 109 -Improving slowly 10-4 W YORK A- mm
6-(Melvlna .L Orte. 101x-Hopeless case a 20-1 SW o yAr lst(iM
7-(D. Rafael V. Castl. 110 -No good at aUll r-1 I yrnipethr

4th Race "H* Native- 4% F P5Urse: $075.( Pool Seiaign: 2:

1-D. fone Orte. 107x-Not agnst thee -1
-o-nentidS A. Mna 116 -DstanM to likn 10-1
B. Aul. LI0 -Good erly e pe vae
4- fle R. Ta. 118 -A-1 sptriT een
5-Colrlo 8. Carva. 96x-Rider handicaps 20-1
6-Con Valor II J. Oongo. 100x-Not good enough 30-l
7-BJagual J. Bravo 118 -Distance see short 15-1
8-Ban II A. Erl. 110 -4asn't shown much 80-1
-lenerdad efyst W ally. tiauou 20-1
10.-Avfato P. Mouse 118 -.aouM aid w at price 15-1

Sth Race "BAC" Native 8 Fa Ptuse: $W." Pool eloses: :855

4-Ocean Star

L te. 7x od u surpr7s
A, ,nrL 116on *tors
SJ. PhllIps 122 -*-WPel handicaps
SOl Gral. 110 -Gets t feat test
V. Ordo. 113 -Returns in form


6-sixaola J. Chuna 108 --Ne6ds more distance 20-
T-Golden F.) J. Gongo. 103x-Any day soon 4.
8-Golden B.) H. Ruls 103x-In thick of it 4-

th Rane "O' Imported 7 Pg. Purse: S45.00 Poel closes: 3
First Race of the Double

* I 1-Piropo n
I 2-Nobbrook
4- Mleka

L. 5:16p.m. 7 Rac' Speciala

I- TaeU


A mother and daughter -
fighting tfor the same mania
(Itaan bDialogeies)
"T lus: Q

"T F AK ,

Ricardo MentalMn, In

'Ma & Guuwar Champion, in
'qit A filSL A MKRAK

jr43::X- -9;

B. Agul. 118 -Hard to beat here
J. Phillips 100 -Better anance now
V. Castle. 115 -Back in top form
K. Orte. 97z-Would pay Juicy odds
J. Cado. 108 -Doeaat seem likely
J. Bravo 115 -In excellent'shape
V. Ordo. 108 -Rater fair chance
F. San. 102 .---Appakently outclassed

F-G-H-I 7 Fgp Pur: M0.M Pool closes: 4
Second Rae. of the Double

E. Darlo 100 --Sizzlng early foot
V. Ordo. 112 -Serious effort
V. Casti. 113 -Mutuels favorite
B.M ul. 110 --Showing imSprovement
*A- jtfl t IAM U-un M.rf __ & _*.


After that Brown who also
is a ruiter MLDa-W he wilM
join me. staff f Uhe San Fran-
e ity Ql ndl n Hp.
e app fora
teal nadenoy It the hosp0tal
Mlast anir and it was granted"
in bruary.
S e meantimeG," as
Brown. would love to try and
play for b upl of months with.



I ..... w ". . valtu. IUanmN ruam oy0 au-1
J. Baea 11-Imprve debutant 5-1
7-Ballt MU K. Orte., z t-Performancs say "no" 30-1

V~h Race pr W8 ILA $4.rP5u: 46 Pool doses: 4:48

* 1-V. Darin
* 2-Number
3-Valley tN
5-D. Duches
6-C. Brad,
7-Plan oi

g L. Otral. 11 -Third place only
B. Agu, 130 ijtance to liking
r V. Ordo. 113 -Stout contender
9. Vas. 115 -Seeks 2nd straight
i LMena 11 -luch Imroved
0ngo~. W-Wi esre a ed
-- -. R 11o 0 -UNot aMA"ains Je
J. prh lkr -W1U score soui

/ 10-1

tbh Rs *S Imported 7 W7,: $5eM w Peel olses: 5:15

l-al ., Jhap 41 -.othing to recommend (0-1
2---L;a & Darlo IWM.j ood early speed 10-1
Mena R. O1i-.Betfor mud 10-1
La.r Lu wlr. 1 la Em early speed even
5-C. de S.-Ageui. ils et' form 4-1
7- IVulcanso as reO t: sIe form Ba in 3-1
g-(petu & Va.. l5-41M the thiekof It 3-1

noth Duss qaveted 64 g.VPuOeL : 5 ree Pol* Closes: 5;5
1-R o zZ Vas l -Down two Clases eve
a--flt2. .LL. oi-lo. bance it mud 10-1
.., MnMBI- A, M l |_---aetuAW4a Peod shape 8-1

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1..h Race 'W SH Pt--aetm 8 fo -o: -ur

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Shows: 7:00 & i pJn.
Theygl steal everythin g but
your funny bonel
Mikey Rooney ERase
Stewart Eddie Bracken

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MiJer Bras LMt l and
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Untll At Elks' Swim
Suly I -
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secOnm a Bdrn em Bm 0mem. .
Beat n kI N. YounI
i e th-e 0 peter free Alter the meet SAr enmank of
style for b 7 I years 1 lA I1e- the meet were arted t*5 free
onmdi wie battered -the old lunch at tre Bka Hou *' e La
mask of 14 weeobds bel4 sineS Boee road. The medals were a-
1931 by Bill Zemer, Ieet dine- warded right after the Lubh-
tor's and Marty's preant coach. etn.

Fsn^ Where

There' s Fish

Don't forget fol today's the bigree Tarpon Club fish fry.
Rain or shine..the af and trimmlings will be there for you to
cat. So. like al ast week, c e early and you canuy
that drink. Alhof, if ten closy you iht hear ood fish
story or two., Or mabe you can talk of th a boy Itotaking
you fiihlng down tqriver at oma future date.
p ~-0---
The rainy uasn here but someone forgot to tell the cer-
bina and r ednapper. Las Sunday In lew hours one boat
caught 87 snapper pus 253 or 30 other Ish at the Bpar bou. 8ev.
eral boats have .rp M tram fair to od eatchM t we
Mackerelu and bl e S at thatM a el o ver 0S .
The doo have be nmamkig some good each
of corblna, and OEk Ow last two Weeks and ft* has
lgood sal th WR. S al twarpon 'are been bhot,.
ed lately you ee the ng a n evening oa
the PanamA City d of the eueway.

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onr O Mn Track Team In Shankle;

&e Mu hst Colfre1 Time fI Both Hurds
y. i e ;a pf er In his fourth 4te p did 13 Pen Relays, Joel Shanle Lip-
S- N C rwfeet 4, or aone o than pod wat suit back ot an
b..le ti.that had ee.o od for 25 r.. ethe infield.
Sb ,.e i a _.n V .-.-. i Y' theeart: s. : or .s," e bsA Mn other

s ;wn we. u. CIgus
-ia' "s c f l but the re the .

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h t -a i- i, .. .a ndot o" m '.. . .. .t.) v ....
ILj i; ucouldouin.hacokie0a

" .about It" reo rmvbnnub.- "m .-- c.- ."a_ n oa pfor -'

i'^ rag^S^U nhe ne L 1 Sports Write' So far, ma or Isb mile race, Ma a 31
SW YORK, May ". Meet r'ssamp thlea in t o en

. the lpai.;loers ia-the major averages, hOt e runs and tuna u. tail, he s a P fielder
of .rtle dd hMoon drive In.acul n.' I e bit.-ter w.- bn spray

aa tIt -T e of Jacobs, who l e
9 "teaV tal V b and Spook Jacos of the spring, Is a former Dodger a m rd. 5ti at Vga-,

j5k a eJl f WB i Case h tao9 k om t lhia
oo Inor..k a ou -enle shade eoveri"".e

last sebeen afool3n '7m.
d inu" ,iy j L*.- 'u t h i s f e ll o w g o t h e a drr s i n t h e

A MW tea1'- e'tu one s rne.a ._eo main c pm -

I d t oyr jthe dof e "old CardS- If you were to listen to the
- n a rw e : pf .-ri" e nt^ "M 'f st1 tt. ........ ..... "Hei fes my fellf w po tfessgonals ---. -
;out_'_ _L fi-.+* I .... Dy m PI m' "Nke r r known for a powerful a
rscn ba m n l. e A 's t his p"bO i. t e cup A
* toay i f. -- Tia, t at a sve s lon a ball "as
ao n s t aenl -et *"Lagtue thtee is around. Now, this i a't t
ft o ts, ah auigt oti r -i n .a:A wsy it tallm. ales over a crackerO

I dand walked ..- o om aA rp e .
e o oMt With ito emr on w- t h ever whop I tell you that

os k w h.t!'t R wbn atped .wardthe pbs m T. Ietierswa ,. w a,.lUttle old ci ot..
V.a wath e rt ows a m re, oto Ibe tae rt h rener t came during m 1943
liw 6 th at:' e moM ti h e t to ...9P8 namponshi ..l .. was
Ith th' 1 0 'N sP3M. t bleC.on kae. o 1, S l i hel. ..._.S.t CountrJ f

.. ...W....tt s npte i lswr 4ot.
s'wi t, .o s is .k to ive ths e Wa .Tu n.e11 t hole h I tOOk my chip dot d ht
,on iMoteWW 19ny 'w aos a ot for nd e ba
W;doIitsotI doIs i

I.eni .10idoillW qe ins1 iexro sho as! lweit. ho- pl fou the Mup an
ldot, e Ipdm te h t l. th "30 .ihlrmns t m .-
,lsn ad,1f y u were -to-lai e t a-g- .hthe
ot eaLm paowidto myel 'aw hotegonral

1WIT"t te ti saF e andwn orfowrbtf-u bl
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another,'" SM the tomen
Amal, aU r to his N
Kar IME ot* Mika
. bw^as e Astn

ager Rolfe. .
"Oh, what's the difference
Slid BanLa. "RitchardsJ p
gemdup 0ome on19
to the park. Or mO bee h i
an usher." i
SIt wBs the old umpire's way g
sayng that most anyone cowA
pitching winning baseball for
the able manager of the Southb
Richards is the current 01O
Cto'sman of the majors and ts
foremost teacher, especially with
"Out of the pat came Don
Johnson, former Yankee, to
plague them with, for him,
pite hng patterns," the report
read. *
"The members had beaten
Johnson seven times and he a
not won from them since tyY.
traded him to the Browns In
"Old Don had tried to blow
the ball by batten. .,
"The- new Johnson showed A,
sliter, a good curve, a better
controlled f at ball and a let

Johnson yielded ust five bt'
In sevek and a ntwo-thirds
In the Wite 8ot'A first i ap.,
pearance..at'Yankee Stadium to
gjve the ighthY Sctor5.lthe
Johnson. who kicked poM
with the Yankees and in tthei
chin for four Y.,O W1s Oneo0
fltakn~ rafi n, Wei~t.

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S- President B fn-
shown ot the way to
mU lfgton news center-
henr he voiced strong
SOn to t Siropowal In
P to tithis powers to
ntrlcau troop any-
A, the world without
nal approval.

rers Plan

In To Ocean

SIn Cayucos
reus of the Canal Zon
Boy Scouta of America
en bsy the peat week
Themselves for the firsi
i oean cayuto race.
br airman Oerald A
. hoim announced thai
Lg. i paret, mem-
Rer committee, will
Veo commodore.
-will start from Crsa-
m Fln riday. at 4:30
will be 4.8
Sd wila end at the
a Ifbowat I at. Th
Jty over niht to On a
:30 turday 9 er.io
nd ,lap wl foll t

aMu 7m TA

at has beeM sttmd
project naSAMic4 an-
i beaq fdulGo1SOa

ima t and
kAto m, na on. to
I tr completes
& d **seMlit hhwa

Traces of the Canal.. So
history are again being no-
covered by now construction, as
put andw1 b5I i cA

larr tn two to three inches S c
in eth have been -turned up
reeenta bulldozers working
in the M I a.Road area- in sal-
The bq.tnragments and a few
old grave markers have been
taken to the Board of Health
laboratory at Oorga Hospital.
:No decision, ha been made for
heir ultimatS gapoal.
One of t e parker wlohich
was uncovered was that for
sallor, dead for. many years ad
orilnaly buW t at Flamen
Island. Old records showed tha
te body bad been cremated.
The U. 401 .the ashes were ta
A the toured at the Board of
HeaZth laboratory.
j hust b th e .d Road
. cemetery rorms 5ows M
Ancon cemetery -was ftirt oo*
coupled is not ahow In old
rncor. At'the time the Cem-
etery wU dlslontinued .1 W1,
a summary of Its, l
'howve s s 'some of
had made mIore an 0
yearres t tw. t n

0 q ibt as MOWthere
mtwi Roonr al odrian I idSarea have ire o
44 to o 100 dra Wtes have been turned or
.. t maer hIMc av0e

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athr and flar sais.

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ord On Mutual Pr*J
OTON, may 1l (UP) AFL In dismatiacti'on with t dener at thmbi 61
n)ul labor leaders, in- leaders. e has bitterly critic I ray e Ith .
ihn L. Lewbi of the recent AFL-CIO unity mov i, ar
ae Workers, announc- which have excluded hisa min o M
today to work to- worker.
uD wtual" poli-
ou ol problema. Beck, who paid in advance the
Sources aw the meeting was called to sed h awi Lin to
Ire-ply o00 "our hme ox xanUoM can
i. t r and f aft to each oter"0 the- M
o e eafry. nouedto igo along with Z

circles to have differences
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MuhmAu a Natat "at
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dhe aflt clock
tbm abtv- as
moUy t La. ud
Uh other Mly
did my I. t the

r0ou AG dOWN

"Mow, He captaIn noetied," qOmi'd th Tape -
tor, "that qll augugt one san botleo kmueM bt
beeo atOML w t oba i y wt. we ldi S'
pom-me. as must be the mg Use eptlau
Mided, t proS tiat th- e teB's MniDs wa
u;. ,st,.. ..md# youtOdla Id.

S Quick Change Artiry
V"e BT me g 'v got tre elu d olai\
".= atar em to colI but I eat a
S do~b I awt, iodd. but t at I o
camuut snag dollaua. bt 1 cast fage a W a
quarter, a dlmeor ew a akel.. Wat -a miuul
situattil" I
e gro t Utr fegoatg. wht Umodwm oi mumSt me
eapke pumer Yea ahoui h aCe to solve this am
~e a iat I "f you thi"t W wO m. "
wa n *aeuumb eM ""q Dmee, *.'.mora ,= 1 =Aim
Lee Setd Rer Straigit t*DWa
A MPANRP= a anoor a oa ur. et -w
'ftm seaw of dlls Ip ilipow of paytin a m*, own a e
asplftekiar nagf atbankl. The s*weagelegufw intre. To aom"
en: e omaI m otoes.. Dmesgm tep pWI',ags-s o prUbo to R
uwihtqlap. bol W tdose' th m problal
l ?e ANava? an. a- e his p
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4 4 *

LBiAR JONB, wo Iies to
from It a duain t he u
amp M loalty Lauk Qa-
M, oe of the beauties of to
motomS but thi slo poap
teb year whe the owar
maw vro.dsm laspectioe
ws bave gAde most of the

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L tIbu wItt a thuto headle
, t ner eam I i s ouliSmMeo
at GUno lo, t, .0 a, Ib
f tn Wa of tah l bam
-- tht oo ,,r Uth ritgt atom
of t aogwe aboeT?
Ber th pUI: draw the
outline of th bnu no that It
oroeM two des* all but one
of tsa Waneis t en diegaum.
Tou imuast nia m GAGftqle oom-
pletely, (Slautif o swer.)

tou. RA u
.oher uw s
Swath fne Ifl h eM ti

aton untio oltsa f to ste
uew w th w tmoMM. t
of both huba *a& at tbe
ods Id chA JOWl.44 Ow wode
hadsW coo to bo to

SourM6 an <

roawdsaim aiaMi Omly s. .mute. ua lost,
ams be ds Iqhen Sor a*mom sad two
must he Swith sxtrens asiatc.
The dage, of eouse, Is w n m1ldga a
tlde toam ad ongtt a Sakina th U & d.
9ofe Jnmrp begins at t he mena
Im-W 1 th l t lft earner of the din
grue-:abov. mq you-plmot bim to the
Ste- without malahspT

Usag opW own atght (to qe
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you nOw m av enouh la mfr
timtoe wois out a simple equa.
vhjtt wi0 gUve you the
wlastanet cm iMat above),.
appOuaS fgure AD l 6 st.
high (to eye level); ditmemes D
e ft.: distance BM B e S0 t.
Thee 6: X X30. Workina It
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A Oc 'aC l &. uft
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VUt "LO~te t0imet M uMO
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mreN whose ta.
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the' sw o jolor.
ehat mae ar-
mungement the
three oJors
iradmaa' slet.
ed brywh. yd-
low and gay-.a
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Ouian ouayans
or colored pencils
of a"y t"es Col-
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oam woa. out a
toohr at o m p
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qulrmeaNwa. it
you do sat nave
3olru available,
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p . I Iooela t m ther M f ott m
season miade by the club oommmading offEb. Zhl.b
outt Is thee plad in to eub trophy reue a
t pewmuneea etur. Thib year prede ad W fe
he qish above, prented Itn outline tnae mor you
to completoA To do o. draw a lUine froa dot at
al6g to w Ure peumeter (outer dge). Seg&-t
uy dot at ad at the point at wich you began.

An Historical Enima .

4 rTfR If history la the answer to 16 eig
pbhra below, for It tI noieathl tUK
playw a burla p t b I use Vt e oM o Ar
sum Um d" of 4"" Gamt' 0tit 1m itts
% a pimU by drawtf ut "te answer.
4 eros, a e ardsMplef,
ui An psWa r w sAf two mtmroles deeMt,
A Utring W onft a wo MuRet,
Two fmer- a obe comptO.
ITh 'n a ng word s r It What?
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Its Your Moe


%.olad meall 6r f aD NOeop
theouW iNau elUm .. A
War to ", f con tne limps
l..mld to build t eM .whihA
ean be e upb thU bamh-i or
SMaSiUq .M d tal. n .-
lats or aser plywode fadu
a bter mkai megd
Sep L t.eoGam t tabl.
e ons pwea a See-I 'eibow.
Step Cbt pi3ywooi ppeal-.
matey si/ arI e abTs toe .

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Sa a pa hm Aea
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an. eae lm ws iage ela
de a*an mem t"B-'
v.t m. aft winae te
mwn 4 V. q0 0e tafesn
defins to A gam- at a@
ha "on -j -n ast ash
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tot Use <2 t ,
wihdies 4

11 loens of SheMnsib

fruits of a bhnost

lessLeushem renamed?
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sr'SSSL^ '" 0 (din.
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die umiiB (btere -
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72--aw n. bs -u__aka.
S72-Ti2e land In which Cain dwell 4--Number of loperm cleared
(i3L. 4:18) (L M 17:17)
74--Sof 52 --CM fA abrie.
VDBTICAL A5babam bad befre
1-Ignor. he webt out troM Ur of the
2-Lwful. ChaMes INeb. 0:71
4-4usi of grasu.
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g-One of a CaucsIa train

M-MytheolocIal abode of the

-Un Servitce Organxafon
U-Homes colAs

By Maersa Mopper
YXUT as one er e I slag
tv Um hI opponent ia th.
match and hems tting pretty.
He maie only two promiuary.
moveM oero thecoup. White
movM O a&. upord.

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Itha 2,977. other oftlears andme .Including the famous 45th TMi"derb IM

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w.ry items at-a, Puarik tsw. EJ
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#Oe.r item JstigAillsed *lp v iV i

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d lost in Epping-fomeWt, ear .Iondop by young Keith Iumer. The young-
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The ps b comelty tat certain t. o m
Worsd iac.iernmehttoyw I O f te

when Senate a bofll Tthe otentlof ook or the w 5
tbill t be pafe by the Noq tooke tJ1 f i a ,

iaemml$ted to carry It over from one year to another,
It alms protid es for Ouaownc 1 a yar tr e pur oa M
ehaese of u iorm ajet tho-s who we thOM at wortk. r *
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tll-wime ande ps
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he Graduation eer for the La ou Osat ofo al t p w m of B~
bih Schoo be and btheRanbow Ct O ra.aug . . .'

Thl werd e to be Aer today nat. oe men ., ma.oist ..- e o
activtles or thebi yea r of the smnl A im have an um .

e ourled to s l g themsi .P .lb & e
ama remained unettlaed. n easleypaIaI In" tohe 14t aeiSh m nt
S expected betrcfcset h overe rothin a ra Mlueawl ..
lthe Houpe abcm tt o n d eceasY a pore = wdy ftjt..
abo Intlg oi witch-over from th e U.8e to .aolo .i boreig ppr ,on aoa
oaet omea t woere .sh pferW hman.MO ,
Ao. dresn of"the Asm-.seuedlekhd WO; Zvi .Tor

t rhuo tiay Cb rixe n ther f worktheL f a s 0i.
deL Gted abta he.e a in ow Cio ty w ." .
aieum eh a aml -oeta arn m toa .ci o o. ef8 s~.. a ""tr el t o a t m e o - oee det
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Sepst art iwne to m ro w a hol aoplaionhr a r te kiou .a ue .I ,g Wf- al t E

t n 116m tbe a ieon fres andnen t. 0he Dwvld S Se there's
Nte pleau tof r ethA m ore KfRodenri Ja. d ;m- 1du Ar h%. da Hier7 rink g the a ores. U
it s u to h ay stato. the a. en_. au,.toma Ando a ms tp ain f m tle g i
t whae anso osacute to w g Ito reowby, B'e AWN W v aty ea m ifar-

"ae -perisum ad dSht th eVA-.S should, over-ll. on

mt oero Chany a rip the t adeo work mrc a4 om a Td _ced 1e Pen vbH
vaesteIthe IancweasIn shoot l beo pln d the.t0 _'

t h t. of aor nIeronmes.dt t6iieatl .i"n oatld he te c OI"t
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vat meat e
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-1. Die Nixon looms more w and war It' wuyMn hWdu c
meftdew a. the ma Else.- 'to ea weu g0bMargy
shower i auto su e e him 0a e Mt W RaM, wis. eih

tra ensemplate -In the e m ven IL
crmed iforne e idd' i nM lsee- essary o art a-
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LIent 00 stab-0 be Awnb Wark a'
after" ""4 "sete "' :g a."010:1r-' ,,,eo.e me.
-useof Amerlema guade Vopeen reand or a" e m" 4110Ui1n
small lt mic bomb e hav. beam un- othe. e I go i a e i
deradis acusslin.1 a0 lon N6 .i mnare. ae ,.
DEGRE rIN ORAlOEY at eay U.tSuie iCIAiSp auO WARL
Niaxn speechh before thei m ea. re ede. a MIem Apri te days
Its was c exporiUooterob- A. de thatAfly dHhe Md t dusw aaid. Bl= t
It was caluWlated to win im. "ed
agal alan from aertwal rupeed hl elieth e eor-pm e ale 0 .Wevertures
OW ;maers. p vnDemonretDy eisler Wlt that the am lx. J*emocr Sad t Sela .
t who dd't .Winls ie was a slow way C ase r
away admiingthatl t e tbtolndeliCtPee al
Sde6 M., to in p the Junai 5a Inso
was pa d vlmd. Jim Bae NOTL1AL BALLOON "
ons I613-rmlaos man, on April 3, It was re-
snw pro for tl eGOP eMat eom- Some diltoers fpred the *: "i" maar the Ouid *
SP, purred as he frese phat wa a r wasare *al has bees. e fSBl-S-ua ater-
spoke for oam hour without loop nat t p. by the a-21n-Va war In Xdoohlna,
riding a mdanscript &nd matce7 tiop's N .2 man, as Ues atai ese.
looking at bpotes. Hiswe %l=m ower hlfshif im f artarya i .
"DROWNED" IN DIJT-Wmlrplwed @a &A t looks 10 0v of his U He was y aI partisan Iieuatly 1r me following mea-t 01Ldi1
logi M e%. thbisq ud dune smothers nm fertile Dawson Count h t e grat hour wa' devoted a2028WY Fo
lqandbensath Go Coaditons like this reuc1 the OO111 a disarming expoo the rob A. 0*has.Which
bnaT 3in00 in months and put 11I ftmilifes a i l f east Asia i nteria atela.y rallep
Sleasu tl. varty o pe at i later ithan te r t
m~"was thwe se bemrvatlos Adlal Soevenson. Hea oialso
nerewith soad iote. to SundWa word fti -- moame, he to Jle 3gAarthy, as ts ahe; jaad
sse No. Npublhd toofh getting loeg with ean. a t MIml3, and as .-
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W IN A I I T be n aate for or hy ver ha "..."No,
*, Now "ek."* bebi m. st be very rt..1 wa
i m *I*werieIi c misaest. Dgr. VWNieim, an
b wI a .o es...m: -i ".R
16011 a. lsrs3d T rib ? er abeo o in Ide-China".
"JDMagg Oh drp vn better t
.8 es1 Ob~. ."Oe n'Oe w that. pif y pi ... Ms e *.a. .'liirm-Mc
SVWh d e ,howSr is the show a re- Carth in a gtmbe: The al
I rO d lgh mto atled: 8Ia bhi" ... wnneu ars the commies. The real
Str referring t a vocal --
IS byegIr Cglabasd eio a inglei a)mle. (Jes'
w.. l9'.AL aq aanso ..o As ntbic.- Holiday mag editors seat us this
S~ W dea fam e: kn ther back stage paper
I a Ahbt U percent .a- the program for staff : "A recent item here
tor Navy anr se rs. Ome Porten -are emA abouthe Cancer Fund, in
* aet ... we we e WW as reporting
Sb. ABC:4 t receipt of an 'aonymous check for
StT:3 a.m. to John B rryrate o es r me arti d I provoked a Brry of cor.
wI aseeif the co h this: ht drives you? o fromn readers. ow
t ( )rW thys releaness surge toward ga sa -_mos check be
Sthe abiW oV . edtarlal e C O ayed the query to
dew 791t1118W I~
i'* da N. shoud i l who a follow
p ,tm cew%,t i qrwhy" MCa h.staff'f 'A r'sch is ony.
Satht B a INf*om- Ive, WW e 'um ,es tiM" *asa.to doe. is Asood as
M o ----. wala 10 lar (a.; Wn e fw, of A. ws aei" oAlln
Slhad jt Ja -PeaW apIw C*du tips ato lii* t have 0and mdb.oNmoow, by
s 1 sP d.mmemaemtors aMhd Vr smet ru.. u rabledey- e the PA& to mr the come for
*t es if pd ae- be lr-tha u m i prod s e .t. Ca ne n other
odmyor Itt lr(and
S"oAF rlanEft Ise Tr )5: "'w I Could Never Be A
The -On*.a .y toa we era i oms lad. Address. WW,
Scate .'d CstawImot: r' te. e. ('s rcet?) os NY, Zo .

:i sLsae' l I-C ir ht lwka er t a. . eas a g'-in' ent.Y
o re .e~ o%. n,. te I* ..s. oi c me woDod .
ai ata e 'tTihfSPe Ihtis oneo of the
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am. B i ever mi.& A
"a gal "in-ar..tDe' e n le( Oe ,ofs the greatest
111 Will That Blow You Good d Meam _4of "114,out bIw Againste.esles, too,.and
i OervaeM 0o r two bttely e magTe enI swo as nd. whm t s Dolores
ond-MiCprthy -sopinio mo. ldern t wh b i aldwe ar 0I- u- (aed of as plaeSr ierl.' He d
bpsv ghmescirculahtos to the fa. Safety ugogu)_ IWU wtISbour ers
r O*bel" C'aned lMrscow e.... a e"er weary
ou a -we s haey wafitoto Add Caiwantewn tobes o t a Ssl h U K i angef, to .The
herTt.tis. Tbhy hinM t- 'AO4e9 Kishesd be.S- o o. s wi
z= me. that Coo n d N,. th&W..l
A e 4 :. if stoved i ts
Sriedo like hyatri- not d Te t
tbesi, iat r i ea Ma aw worth-

ftis. fenuia& Mlling -hair, Ot. NOW M 9 Is we
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t1paay *at's w 'WfthMH tarf AFrd m A a
cbehio. be g p e e : VW
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Af tmmfmare Ju*'make s .,. aes Dein yWa lass YouTsW
W=e.1W booadOA" f1ews os at eell'sy'hwt
r uo hey cow ever To Sinan w orth lgam. y asked', t skeiPa.)
ham Ar A& NeW Yiki y body t nickel any Ju hex of B played -xory. He made
bov 614"eea s lady -MOWS Burt Lanntasftw Confeekioar in a re latyear. This
YoudoK Wt sode whe-stn *-Or< alwys wanted to be an a~tor tdne we wvxc reede.My ame. You
-tOmhi baby Ce. mW (No ambitin eh?) wht puttw.e s wih
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