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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00473
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U.8. ,men sept down to the twie to work an54 supervs e. It's The base for a.
wonder f they rd them a. 'alcoholics or worm.. botuaos will .
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3 what happens here. aompavy fliyiqwftions. 4'he Italian
,their men: "You must not hammer saw. or op lO:.f0001o tqpmbers
car o' boat around or under your quarters." 1, 0 00.man and-
o what must the verae man Ado? Go to the nearest bar, galaton workers
Iand make an A-1 ools of olrtlt.."
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5 I say paintUg the hot. dllapidlted Ioi, put some air eo -- I 0 int. high e t
Sditonin i the Atlantic Bide caretes. put in a few pa tted plans from bs u ckles
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...Wrulletin: Important papers nam- ear 57th & tem and Bath: N mn
-a MeunionfociInthepoUstaheo of the late "UePt 1.
,a foci soa tonlo, are _reported to have z4 i2
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wago that this !r.lkflmminent citizens are ex- aare ktig mqveneit apel
pld Com. to leave for Mexico, but it to erae all A has a.o
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peamunac source of the liquid hemp, other.
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amnist Mrs. erman Flrch
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a raely he airplane manufacturer ,E .I.
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"+ regahpdth .e ..To the character who's bes -
party using my nau on the phone (the
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sow my ordinary speech to a lighted window at night.
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us myself a little. It Pure the sries. Miss Baldwi bas gone
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Peg. Finally, mutual Mieds atr
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wi.on "eason, Edward R. Murrow little frightened at the project of
learWed more about an assortment meeting the famous writer.
S a u people than you'll fld "I'm so nervous." he tel r4
h 'S Who. The occasion for Asktapr, Alan Bunce, 'that I ws .
gls ahrat course in personaUties I can't even remember the names
s the fine CBS-TV show, "Per- other books Miss Baldwin has
l*. to Person." written."
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gome of these tidbits-things about "Niss Baldwin will remember." I "The I Sq a aIV WI
the suaects on his program which
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Ift Qtrs. 106-B, Albrook 86-6220.
FOtSALE:-Boargain! Two beautiful.
SCliti- new, original Orientol Chi-
rugs t9x121. Coal 3-1043.
FOR SALE:-Stand-type electric fan,
OIcycle $10; well-type electric
t o, o-cycle $10; Girl Scout uni-
form, sze 10. w/socks. hot. tie &
S book 53; 14 cu. ft. deep-freeze,
chet-type, 60-cycle $250; maple
frmiture double bed w/box springs
1b. lnnerspring mattress $50: ladies
dr"iser $25; men's dresser $25;
bedroom choir $7; straight chairs
w/cushlons $25 ea.; settee $25;
electric drill 14", universal $20;
woodworking lathe wltools $30;
electric motor, 60-cycle $6; Penn
. fishing reels. No 67. 9/0, 6/0,
Seohewk & miscellaneous reels, bait
S bucket and aluminum pole; 2 elec-
p trick, fans. 60-cycle $10 each. JOR-
OAN. 2163-B, West 8th Street.
Curundu. C.Z. Tel. 5164 Cur.
tOR SALE: -. Misellaneous tables,
work benches, book cqses, gross
ruo and baby tend; priced for
uitk sale. Also $400 Mognavox
console radio with 3-speed record
changer for only $269. Telephone
Canal Zone 86-2102.
0Fb SALE:-2 bedroom choirs, rugs,
I vanity and aquariums, various
elves. Phone 3-3152.
& [SALE:-Double Beds $30, SSingle
l; Wardrobes $18; Dresser with
S mirror $22; Dining Table $14.
l r trgbains in Used Furniture.
,I n SIIJ LD EXCHANGE. 41 Auto
STeI 3-4911. We Pay Cash
Your Old Furniture.
F tALE: 195Z Sears Kenmore
';-- J 60-cscl washer, used 7
r"2-5 dr)so lid mohogony
S1 chrom
. Amar 7,. _
FOR SA! 'l Vamp,
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Sunday Morning

VATICAN CITY, Aug. 1-
(U P) P Plus wih lne th
brie Agel. Domini prayer oter
a.n international radio not w o r k

snuz said today.
S' eaid the Pope will speak at
am. and wil be on the air for
,boutree mimnues. In the eve-
i2 a time still to be ar.
i a pl goon the air a
-ar a a-MnUte message to
aiM n-daBu Mifion Congress.
h broadcasts wil be "live."
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of his, flSntlS ld
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Fourth of


THE PANiA MICAN
a 5N o M 1


FOR SALE
Autoroblles


FOR SALE:- 1949 Chevrolet Tuorr
sedan, black, g9 condition $550.
R15A, RouMeau. v.
FOR SALE.....191 Custom two-door
Ford, Overdrive, heater, seat covers.
Excellent condition $749. o Solo
726.


FOR SALE: 1953 Buick RttllO,
Dynoflow, radio, w/s/w tires. Ibe
than 7000 miles $2000. Down pay-
ment $667. Kenely, 307 Herrick
Rood, AncoA. Tel. 2-1053.


FOR SALE:- 1949 Ford-Six business
ouipe, Ieok. radio. $495. Rl-G
Roussanj. Telephone Now 3140.
FOR SALE:-1952 QMC Panel. I ton.
Will ccept the be offer. No. 31,
Automobile Row.'

FOR RENT
SHoasM
FOR RENT:-Cheler: 3 large bed-
rooms,. maid's room, porch, arage.
No.. 3 14th Street and Viao elisa-
rio POrras. Reasonably pAiced. For
information: Telephone 3-0280.


IFOR RENT :--Cholet in Los Cumbres.
Telephone 2-2643.
FOR RENT:-easuriful residence: 3
bedroom, I~t water, terrace. Pref-
erably Am ican family. If Inter-,
oeited phone 2,3035, Pana .


FOR RENT:-3-bedroom choaet, hot
water. Apply from 3:00 to 6:00.
Mexico Ave. & 41st Street No. 19.
FOR RENT:r-Modem chalet, 2 bed-
reams. pa ly furnished. Sixth Ave-
nue No. 44, Son Francisco. Phone
2-4920 after 3 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet in
BIlla Vista 50th 3Street No, 48.1
Tel. 1713. 1
-WANTED
Mlscfisu.qs


W TED:- Vacati n quarters. Sept.
t-- t. Anc Balboo, Dia-
b Ami .. 92-3248.


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Wanted Position
STtNOGRAFm 'w4tf U4r1lene
.'graduated I United Setea-olle6e,
'offer; her ftc s. r sereari-l


U^SSQNS SW'
MODERN AND POPULAR piano play-
ino taught. -lne or advanced
students. Zee Bennett's
.goT"I f.


MeOl tick
Wil Make Good
Outdoor Eating


NW YORK -UP-- Meat nd
vegetable combinattis thrnai
oh ttal skewers make some of
S+ bast outdo eating you can
qd, These 'Ubobs" are he@
Over hot acon with wiener tea g
or forks, or paced over the caMp-
fire grae for the griUlllng.
oam ted combialtons:
-l.inbc cues of alrin. stanJ
mushroom caps and sm .II.c_ o i
onions (brushed with melted but-
ter or margarine)..
1-Inch eubes of lamb (soaked in
garlic Frach ,drMul), tomato
*edges, and l-lnch ees of ba
con.
Chicken Inrve. each wrapped It
halft a reS at bacon; or01-i-Mt
cubs at cooledd, ham, tiny catte
sweet potatoes, and pineapgib
thunk (brushed with melted b'l
telr Or margarine). ,V


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FOR RENT: Furnis r unrfur-
nlstd 2 and 4-rdomfb W.rt.-
mr is. Contact Aheu tgt
mnts, 10th StreeT. Te "uI

FOh RENT:-Apartment above Can-
StralTheater building, alttral Ave-
Me.No. 141. Inquire CMntrol The-
ter manooaer's offkiue' 2,


FOR RINT: Moden tw-4 ar
uftit!ed" 80. For further" -lVan
2u let; 31802. 3-33 LS


FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom bpetmedt
screed. $60. Porras Ave. _* 56.
Apply' for eys oortmnt e 6.
Phone 'f-084. -


FOR RENT:---Furnished &uhf)M .
ed one t, bedroom aopoatt.t,
small kitchen. bothroom7 prttjr
information Fabrega, 2tt
Street Njo. IS, rear of "Meittb
yoso". 10:00 to 12:00 noOn. and
100 toa 6:00 p.m. .


O0 RENT:-- Partially furrshh.hI'
Itrment.163, 4th of July Avene,
Hodklins. '
FOR RENT: New three-beroom
apartment, living apd dini"n4%om,
oid's room, hot water. Telephqie
Q*2V9. ___


FOR, RENjT.-Cleon furnished apas
ment, fot' one or two,couples, '
cellent nhborood. 43d .
1No. 13. I


FO& REWT: Ir modern bbiitdg.l
nmifortable 2-bedroom apartment
In.RItArdo Arias Streot :.C p A-
I lre). Price $1 -U. nfdnmatn n:
e 2-2416 or 345 22. .*
rifular transportation; type apart-
ment you would like. Tel. 3-071l.
FOR R6NT-L-rge qnd eaW W-bd-"
room apartment, with balco s.
Moderate price. Call 3-0934.
FOR RENT: Completely furnrihl
upstIln apart"mltIn A two-fami
house Living-dilnipgroom, kltch6e,
,twq bedrooms, ngpendoet maid'
raom. M buthli, garage, tel-




Sfrnitre, hot VtrA i ndmepend
oer Suitable foan4e 9 twol nair
6 1, Iqire trII Avernue
U8.filphaJaP91 or 2-3584a


FOR RENTS iMshed: apartmer4.
0llb Vista o ..treet and 44th

FOR REtIT: ---urnisld aIrtment!
2 bedrooms, $ baths, for Lmonthi
from Sep it. Best sectI Bell
Vista. Taepho 3-0580. :,J
FIR RENT: 2-bedroom eportfnnt,
livingdininlrpotn, kitchen, scretI-
ed. Son Frecisco. Telephone Bol%
boa 1464.
FOR RENT;- 6bie & single opart-
aft s ucrenedr ad in-
S 2-3065.


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FOR SALE: 18-foot ca& qutow;.,
with two 25 hp. J. .t
.rs Arno o. .


FOR SALt.
. B 'lf~j


FOR SALE: SPEIL. SPRAYS
(FLOWERS) for All o w .y.
*Nov. 2) $2.' $3 pd5-C
wioe. Inquire at the olca JARi
SIN DE PAZ. No. S '"A' $.ret,
Telephone 2-3333. .
CSAL*;-Tradicol Fl*
^nemJ 42 CrTa jiftlW.


ne. electric conl $2 ;
S iff. new, $ 0; nw,
-5140; White. electric, dsk model,
11I; Singer with motr. le new,
$120. CASA ADMIRAPLI. the
Necchi establishment 4.rixt. to. th0
kittbry office. f f


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FOR SALE:-Bicycle. Schwlnn SuI r 9 avll" e. -atWga
tFer three-speed racer good c6nd ( block from L=a Thr)
tion $45. Phone, Cpyton 31 J .
Qt.' 407-A. TEANS.O"ES
FOR RENT BAXTER, .A.

FOR RENT: -_ 3 F s- 3-
cqubpe* with;tcheltuga. bI K
tr priAtleges. 4SthlMte 46 *
upstairs, Bello Vista,. .'
"FOR oHe Old Puraltre .
ORV IA"L~f k., !-, .,,, lep iM, re-
0 RK EiL by Mw
RetlBeEstaemm


OR SALE. --New Cottage. 3 -
ooms an Ponoa-CLoon
.AKor University. 15.?-SiO
R0ce 2-bedroom Chalet, fheer no-
4j. Univernsity. $12,000 n;
lIOMAS, REAL ESTATE VITS,
9, P.O.q ll 1


FOR SALE
Motorcycles '


FOR SALE: '12 Cushman motpr
' scooter, excellent condition $130.
Phone Clayton 3140. Qtrs. 407-

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By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (U-P) Betty
Skdtoa aU-year-old Florida girl,
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foot iWtr. p ilot Md Speed-car
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snlae she was 11- Wlely at firt
because she was meh too young
to get a license. She jet several
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aof batic pilot for seved- years,
ans only recently grounded her
sU long enough to set a won0ga'g
record for sports car driving oe a
cloted-course track.
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foot, said the brown-eyed miss in
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vllt. "I'" A Florida cracker you
know. I flew a plane before I set-
tied down to shoes. Now, it's
habit I can't break. I can seizs
thf accelerator or rudder better."
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set In a Dodge Firearrew around
a ewly opened uenrete proving
coUrse in Detroit. She covered the
4. mile track aL 43.44 miles all
hour, about 12 "dllgfultea thin
the average record speed over the
5,mile [ndiaoaps.speedway set
by the IJM w1, Bill Vukovlhft.
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course as(cMtt br the Amer ie
SAUtomobile AssocIation.
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ord was set when, at 21. she won
the. international arobatic chanm.
piuter ,for women and retained
|it for TOM. AIM
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WASHINGTON. Aug. 1) -(U) C lp
bSW O '-The Senate overyrode admlialh
5 rOOD (NW A) io M NRY FONDA. about rumors tratlon.P t eppoi itiontFda sal
bl that he'll become a Broadway ad opted a a C t
W bB,, about eater- song-and-dance man: al t o usascomuni
w~eW t out of show bus- "'e story started when Ernie ol ca vote wa il to and '
, st of ,. during the Martin and Cy Feuer wanted m 'br. Hu (09- ),
Sthe aagic of Zgd to do a Broadway abow-a mu. Hs other Democrats l S bP ot nt s
DiilIugham and Frohmanm sien a version of 'Ci-aery .Row.' Wy e m o M r ts (Ii^ ^i -
Sb ad bor a They toldme it di't matter tacked ontoawat w red4wnad- a
og Eagel had it. Now Audrey whether I sang on key or not. ministration bill to craek down oan forl .
brn haL Pictures can have Then they pased.it over to Rod. Communist-.nfiltrated a hbo r u
ee." gets and Hamineratein. They asked
UYA, b movie e a r i The nions and 'business s,
metosonga d r dld.eet-ld The actionfolowedit two-dayv
:.'bUYXA. about his movie me to forget the whole debate and a series of CompliOat=
DIRECTOR OTTO PRMINGER ed parliamentary maneuvers two t a l he. St d
NNW an past perirmauees, to a smart alee who corla ed Temove to combine the two standip ..ithy. dej
u o, ,pr' o ma eesy tho a smart ale who omIladnedl bills was offered by Sen. Price eratilo "sl.
e I gflre' atI a n arthatno ex doll would toil as a Daniel (D-Tex.) and a ed 8tobe
I g!M Wlat lose us, parachute factory worker as Doro- to 1, Sen. Herbert I L. Lehman Blrd1 Buter
fewtimes, but I d't get thyDandridge oes in "Carmen (D-N.Y.)dissented.s ot tAOt
el as or ve"am.ne" Jones": D.. Republican e leaders, who ba IO l)ed'teon T
RiH HARRIS,off-best-looking "ar achuteact e wrkedy.plans for ouUtlawing the Comm.be rate. The Sat
Si ra te factory. ,nisat Party, were o caught by Bur. opted an amendmenit to ,xf
nl et t type of actress who JOSE FERRER, on wk-- he's nix. prise that they d ier tlto m anage n .
's st -pi~etures It. ha rdl ig live TGV offers: GOP floor leader Wi!I a t1r. adopte d meuS -A
s dtkl i t's f rd ig live TV offers Knowland (Calif.) favored linidn ame tSpero nit. a
I n e standard movie "i can't do my best work under the two bills and supported e w L f
SI now th at. the limited rehearsal time of live But Sn. Homer Ferguson (N tse R
ST1 lm it diffe.rent 111 do that But n Homer Ferguse (R- itselfof Reds.
'UDIO EXECUTIVE. to his onm different.I'll do that. Mich ) chairman of the Senate Huphrey said hIa prop
EE CUT:I don't understand people Whoin' GOP Policy Committee, said te Woud eliminate the da,,
a agent. sist that you lose spontaneity when two parts of the bill sie cuntra- false accusations by "maki
S ts ar about this o shows for telev s o n on cditory. He said the effect would control of subversiave mallAvil
very thing they (Commun i st 5. in the courts Instead of star
PRIE TUCKER, about Betty have to register ,for." begA persecution outside ild
on playing the Last of the Red-! ANN BAKEB, TV's "Coarss Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. courts."
Memas on the screen: "I have Archer." denying the show will be told a House judiciary subcum- Morse said the plan offer.
Splayed by an actress with a carbon copy of "My Little mittee April 12 he opposes out. ay of "coming to grs with t
it and Betty Hutton has it. Margie": a w I n g the Communist Party Communst Issue and ao ut
ydy on the screen today I "My father in the series isn't because such action would drive conservatives and liberal
is o be a seller of sex. the hysterical type. And it's the the Reds underground. He also t , a g'e.
le Tucker was adver sexy." boy friend who always stars the said there are constit utional William E. J e n ne ar
I trouble." doubts about such legislation. Ind.), tehir0 an of the Senate W
IN#AD REAGAN. nixing Im. Humphrey's proposal s t a t e s ternl securityy subcommittee,
at offices in flicker affairs: that the Comp1unist Party is qpt a Humbhrey's p r o is
m wm.nag for nothing but the EDDIE ALBER T, favoring a "political party" but "in fact an shoi oat "outlawing
0the year. Holding office movie roles like he essayed in instrumentality of a conspiracy to mr ist arty won't mean a thing
it o the Screen Actors "Roman Holiday" and "Carrie": overthrow the government of the
lat about wrecked mpy ca- "But if they don't come along United States." L i Arearaz and his
S're seen across the table there's TV and more ilght-eclub It would provide stiff penalties Lil Arcaraz and his
Odihmlttee meeting and aud. dates than Margo and I.ean po. for anybody who knowingly be- orcheStra at El PanAma
.tW are only parts as com- sibly play. And there's the New comes or remains a member of
bnembers. Just trying to Yorkstae. We're fat and happy, the Communist Party, and makes often called "The Most nB**-
the M.otion picture industry -"A Geoe Buns a ps it, it illegal for a Communist Party satonal Orchestra of the Ameri-
Qmuickest way in the world 'There' ao place Ia show busi. member to hold 'ofice or employe- caaLl Arcaas ad his r
!itWlkd int he pants. I'm mess left fe an actor to be ment with any labor organic nation. chetra i Arcart a five dr-
NWn.irm just going to let busy."', ----. As d by the'snte, chestra will start a five d4y
itft PAm ust going to let Isy." As by the Senteth S e is is engagement at El Panama on
United Nations save th combine with.a Bill spsoed-by nWed ay night. TheArtan
*.., KEEFE BRASSELLE. acting for n. Jhn Mi rhall Butler. (It, Whed r la night. The m
--- the first time inl0 months in Md.) to Identify "Communist-in.-a Latin mericanm tolr a iS
1 KELLY. veteran emoter ,"Mad at the World' since playing filtrated" organizations and re- Juat come from e MI Coo -
ireside. Theater seti Eddie Cantor on the screen: quire them to so identify them- ba whe they played at te
biw back it-.seems to me "Ida Lupino (the producer) selves in publications and broad- Campeatre.
gii_ techniques have undet. knoWs me. I feel that it will edt casts. On Wednesday, Thursday and
N Mito changes about once me back in the acting field again Labor unions and management Friday nights the Ararma u r-
Syears. .ut never be. and thtt lll..cen with afin oups in this category woad be orchestra will give o a
naturalnes bean so performance," denied use of Nat dal,.. or Re- thgIy in te "aloed
-t o ------- IS uU they ta, w tich is beihg es
SARNE wear ppurgeSA. Emeemselv-o r d. K e n re-opened for the occasion. w
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ed t the Juan Franco race track.


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Reginal Douglas brilliant
rAlormina waich will be
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freak champ Amorio. Cbi.
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6oeha Stable's hope, makes
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last horse in the arade to the
tlg to the line but he could
fat at the end of the race.
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mne his last start when he
t4' in a fight r finish over
"'a Prize and Amorie. -King's
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Alormina.
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Road ran it was evident that the
does not like a muddy track. The
others all revel, in the mud. how-
pve"-. and the race should be a
thriller regardless of track condi-
Lslons.
Ten other prospective thrillers
are included on the card which
should provide the moon shooters
with their fair share of winner.



Juan Franco Tips
By CONRtDO


1-Greco
2.-Delhla
3-Alonsito
4-Plropo
S-Black Sanbo
6-Henry Lee
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1st Bace "I" Imported 7 Fg.Pure: 5875.00 Pool elose:: 13i0
First Race of the Double


1-Pincel
2-Greco
3-P. Dawn
4-Compo,
5-Batatazo
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7-V. Breeze
8-D. Club

nd Race "T'

1-Dehi .
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6-AtkpB 0
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J. Phillips 114 -Longshot possibility 15-1
G San. 109 -C d oreat price 5-3
A. Ycaza 105 la-rpving slowly 5-1
C. Kam 105 --Wli-sor soon 8-1;
J. Gougo. 108x- t wa revealing 3-1
F Hidal. 120 MRtiauns in good shape. 4-1
Bi Agul. 110.-Lastd,doesn't count 2-1
A. VaIdL 114 --RIder only. handicap 3-1

Imparted T Fgftrme.: A Peel does; 1:11
Second Race of the Double
B. Agul. 115 -8eems long overdue Even
A. Yeama 108 .-imprmvin slowly 3-1
J. Satea 113 -Scratchod last Ume 4-1
A. Vas. 1 -Cooiuld tke it all 2-1
M. Ouerre. 110 -Return from layoff 5-r
A. Gon=a. lx-Doe't s aem likely 20-1


Native 6% F.ga Pure: $35.00 Pool closest 1:45
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0. Cani li -Seeks repeat victory 85-1
A. ona. 115x-Despite weak Jockef 5-1
SOongo. 115x-Rauin to top form 10-1
.ravo Ia rnl iSlood fan o om
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A, Vas 113 --Good chance off form 2-1
L. Ofral. 113 -Excluded from betting xxm
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I-Plro" F. RO 111 -Post position helps
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3iL Mhly V. Mrn O101x--Would pay MSt -0odd
VS*p; Uo "^Mena R. lOnx--ates good chance
Ca ula J. O.Congo. 10Ox-Nothing to reoommnend
.-P. Oancbh Cana. IN -Dropped in c so
7-0. Glaws A. as. 112 -Should beat these


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5th Raee A" Native 7 Fi.Purse: $375.04 Ppol elees: 2:55
1-Rina Rot 0. Chants 118 -Most early foot 5-1
2-LaL lnE B. Agul. 13 -Could score again 2-1
--?'I It A. ValdI. 113 -Not with this rider 15-1
*4--g,4 bo J. Bravo 120 -Despite, top weight Even
4-B a" IK. Florea 115 -Dangeroua contender 2-1

6th Race "I'"Imported 7 Fs. Purse: $406M.1 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Doable


1-Henr L 0. San. 112 -Ran well in return
2-Del A. Angulo ll0x-Has shown nothing
3-NebmIWtn L. Otral. 115 -Jockey should help
-Mr. G 0. ; Prescott 112 -Must gO much lowey
5-Parais _ll J. Bravo 115 -Scored easily last
-TSn_ mbe -A. Vas. 112 -Hard to beat here
7-(1-b A. Yeaza 106 -Rates fair chance
8. -(G&auth K. Flores 113 -Improving steadily


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7th Race Impor 7 Fra.Purse: S4.680 poea Pl Se,:
Second Race of the Double


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B. Agui.
K. Flores
A. Vaa.
B. Camp.
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110 --Good early speed
I 115 -Could score In debut
. 110 -Just missed in lqst
105x -Nothing to 4ndlqate
t 115 -Will be close-up
110 -Dangerous in mad


Mth Race Iiaported 7 FP.Prse: $375.80 Po1 elemes:
*QUINIELA
1-Flabar0o G. Crux 118 -Returns from ILbht!
2-A. Fulmar 0. Ban. 115 --unningi to top form
3-C opadora J. Gango. 105x-Quit after sprnt
A. vaa. 115 -Disappointed In last
0. ChiaO 108 -Could score at pride
8-8. Of ne A. na -Better thia time-.
-V. Darling r idal. 110 -Has good workout
8--Ecandalo Caiha. 115 -Best chance in udk


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U _Ot. 113 -Last was reveallag
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.. kavo 115 -Hard to beat th time
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M. mmrley 113 -Distance handia p
G. DUa. 112Kz-Not with tW rider
A. Valdl. 118 -Dangerous des te rider
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J. Rees 112 -Back In. top farM


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UCLA....


Toroo Increass

Lead With Help

Of Connie Jblson


NEW YORK, Aq. -(UP)--
SEvery time he Toronto Maple
Leafs show signs of surrendering
their lease on fA plAce in the
International Leage. threy get a
"lift" from tail Connie Johnson.:
The former Chicago White Sol
right-hander turned in his second
straight shutout last night as he
stopped the Syracuse Ch s with
four hits for a, victory in the
first game of a doublebeader. The
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The second-place Rochester
Red Wilge mneanuwle, slipped
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