The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00523

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FOR SALE:-Panel In goad condition,
5150. Panama Golf Club. Phone 3-
03 o 13. ,


FO R1A : 211 ngil owner, 1953
Chev~~ti uil, ww tires, pow-
er g le, oil & gos filters, under-
coated, low mileage. Point, tires
and qphelsoery in excellent condi-
StilPhne Bl. 303_6 r al. 2697.


FOR SALE: 1950 buiok Special.
Very .ood' condition. Call Albrook
3178. 0_
FOR SAL 1932 Ford I-window
coupe. Will make nice hot rod.
50,. Qurundu Heights.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet Club
Coupe, excellent condition. 5965-
B. Sil1th Place, Diablo. Phone 3-
1026. ._


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MISCELLANEOUS
GET RICH with only S tivuy w ur
ticket today for the 4 to p*ent,
building at El Cangrejo, to rafc
fled on October 17. Cell 2.0740,
Marina, fpm 1:30 to 5 p.m. *
CURUNDU NURSERY SCHOOL
Special supervision given to children
during play, and children learn to co-
ooerate with each other In preparatilo
for kindergarten.
Coil Balboa 1214 or 1334
JUNGLE JIM JAUNT
2 FULL DAYS
TO RIO MAR & EL VALL.
Tour leaves late afternoon Friday Oc-
tober 8th and returns to Poanma Octo
ber 10th late afternoon, 2 full days
sight-seeing, swimming, mountain and
coastal drive. Quaint villages off the
"beaten track F or Information
phone Jungle Jim, Hotel El Panama
3-1660
or
Balboa Express. Pan. 3-1025
FOR SALE

FOR SALE :-YoU know the bat whe
you see it. Wouldn't you like to
give a try to "BESTFIT Suits and
S'!gck? "BESTFIT" always hco thp
* I aes in Patterns and Styles. Sonte
Arn Plaza, Panama; I Ith Street.
opposite P.R.R. Commissary, Colon.
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Toy Pups.
Purple Ribbon strain, U.K.C. regis-
tered Amatoys I Toy Terriers l. Par-
ents very small. [ ck and white
ton trim. Affectionate lend playful.
Ideal house dogs 907" 9th Street,
Colon. Phone q23.
FOR 5ALE:-10"x5" metal turning
"tthe. with oil attach'entp, metal
ir I 4h h' 1;JWh l 'pri
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0ORTS


GRAMLi" M Ht Cldra .Beed Cot-
to11 p~e~aB enmt enlences, mnd-
.e^ iegPeAhes 6-441 or 4-567.
WRAMAW So"rr aror Be ch Cot-
tetu-rekda.tiefrlgeratlon. two-
bioom. Phone BPo 3050.
Fhbs. Okeanside cotfags. Santa
um Sm O 4+SPh"e
117. Cris3al 3-1673.
FO5Bf CQAGS ona mile past
Santimm aw rtes. Phone

RENT

FOR RIT:-Cholet at of th Stt,
PaltilM No. UlPhee 3-16.


FOR RENT:-Modem chalet, Chorr.-
ro: 2. bedrooms, furnished, 732
IMiks fenced. 43rd Street No. 56.
SPhen 3-0696. -1
FOR RENT -Nidely furnished two-
be*oa. chalet, suitable for two
Ile Two idtchli,, bathroomm,
refrigerator, gas stove. Overlooking
SA Comissary,. YV Belisrio Po-
Sd"mnclse. Phofe 3.-5024.


POt RENT:-Tt-.bedroom cholet in
IBella VlAII. Phon 3-.113.
RE .OR SALE:-Modern two-
bedroom chalet: ivi room, dint
'. ,l rg maofl.blothrom, .kitcn. go.
rage, poaoh, terrace, yard with bar.
Rental $125. Phone 3-0276.

F AGENT

A rTINTION I. Just bpllt modem
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t a special o of the
A& defense m ir lPenau
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S Aue anw g-ns, fins, malks.
Sryli for e skin diver. AM
KATHY Sporting Goods. a
street Hotel EI Pano.,
0264. .
R SALE: -
saewing.. mchlneo' le.,
plastics, nlt fir
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betterment of the entire
tlon.,
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FOR RENT:-Roa;. furnished, Fourth
- of July Avenue.One.bedroem with
balcony, small lining room & kitch-
enette, refrigerator, screened. Suit-
able fora -e 1"14~,-p1aLnUs $85.

FOR RENT:-FUrnialsd room, mar-
ried couple, gentleman or yog
ladv. 45th Street No. 46l usq
OR RENT:- Nicely furnished o6;
clean rofflwith prIvt bath, In
'
Cam momt h ra avawlh .
Call 3.17W'. m _




AttRwCII,

T Rpen Noay


on.ro The school of t. Mary t
o Virgin, Rainbow City, will i
pen Monday at 9 a m. under t
apervision of the Rev. Main
S J. Peteraan with Mis Ida Brol
lu teacher.
al ; The IChool first started und
via h dismlton of Fr. ichl
of th Mrs. BovU-HowrS
e." had a private eahool at home i
many years as teacher.- T
h t hool continued throughout I
o1p lyeari until a coato
at ago Mr. Howard be
1, askng for a moatb's rve
m;e, hojpoff ae, wo bl bI
oth e to return, but she wan tm
.. jn e opn detor WN Sde.
ed Wi s Brown who gradual
ool, omes to th o
D Gieorge's AehoolPbr

forl A ost

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Contact Alhombre
10th Street. Phone


TC NT-T--Most W .rabig. copl 1
va "w l Congrdeo." Quiet budt
ing. Large lying .room, dini
tro, X p frmh, ation r Ea's
td), e _e h oe water COnneMO
Cilty as. Information: 25 East 3
Ssetw.


FOIQINT:-,Apartment, one ,be
furnished. North Amerlc
rn onrs. Regular transportotiO
fhgne 3-0411.


FOR NT.: -i Completely furnish-d
u Irs qportment in a two-family
hlJd: Living-dining room, kitchen,
tw' Mdrooms, Independent maids
rme and bathroom, garage, telt>
P ,o, hot w a.t oer and complete
bathroom. Independent entrance td
ao"Mment. Situated at "El Caoni-
i.'.--naor Hotel El Panama. Phte


FORMW NT: Modern apartlnen.
e for American families. Call
perinally at Eannett's Photo Stu-
dig, 181 Central Avenue.


efrt FOR puml WW, fIIM F
n U hiltud. ri 3-
FOR ENT--Completely inderr ne
St. artmnt. Ve o
he sIV AagrW .
or FOR RENT: -.Pumishelo
Ihe for .eeI o, smtail Ifdoty. Via: ra-
t se fa Ale IPd N6. 21.
me
lot TOt

d FOR E:r ALII b l
am Peri .- 11., Y-4171
he evenrtmls. Balboa Yocht CIh.


JUST Ay1VBBEito oOaM u

i4fiU Ponqme. Phone 3-0264.
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Her Husband

CITY, Oct. 1 (UP) -
said today a 46-yea-old
n shot and killed her husa
thcre m tI~ cause

id Mr. Eva Pae Nelm
to she shot her husband in
# cottage near here Wednes-
daW' t with a .32 caliber pistol
e~ A -threatened to throw her
M house. and kill her. If
go.
victimn was RerWehell L.
I n lao hiW late 40is,who was
4l.a arrival at the country
hospital in Brooksville.
Quinnquoted the woman
a in she wa la Ig cards
botrfl frqnt rm of cottage
he lhusbau qntefd from
room, ordered her out of
OUse, then gmbbEd her-by
Al*roat and said h would ki
Is she refused to go.
'.No raced for tie pistol which
'was ept in a kitchen cannister,
Mrs. Nelms said, and abs got it
first a shot Nelmsa oe mn the
chpst. She told the sheriff she
then walked a mile to the nearest
cottage and called police.


The woman was being held in
Citrus County jail in Brookaville
lt hout bond pending an investi-
a tion by State Atty. A. P. Buie.
Sheriff Quinn said there would be
no inquest and the case would be
ed over to a grand jury.
Nelms was an odd-jobs man who
had worked in the vicinity as a
'bartender and construction work-
er.

Pope SunM Himself

In Summer Home


-CASTELGANDOLO, I t a ly,
lct. 1 (UP) pope Plus XII to-
day took advantage of warm,
aay.awesther to jat In the gar-
fen fthl .Sunme raidence
bhlle-lHdn, to h t daly
mutin of work.
The Pontiff earlier recelved in
e thW VaiUcan pro-agere-


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support 'they are giving us during our 8epei Car le. ,
tremendous succedb of our new car agle' a lag n.nW
owner UWd O Non hawd. Honestly must b t
precia : N"e yourtown *tJhe'g ar
doing In: our Otrnf New Car Sale. Hereo fro



1947 Vouxhall Fordor Sedao, enx lflIen t
ranWtation -$175,00.
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'greenfinish, radio. See this bar



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Lulto a Ldon party: WL

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Iale 6 .e to



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by lst Lt. t, C.-Wey
Fort Gulle. *
plug with the -ap -


lhas a ilar set up.
All mre departments In the
Canal Zone are op qr.ated
through a Joint Fire righting
board; military departments
having one member iach on
*e board, and W-e c Sli Zofte
Government having t i, n-


Qv$ r Cotp. uiId0
a .. d. t its .rowin H
Ne -Long Rango Missile



a pr odu n soon on the
ewest addiin to ts growing He a-oer plt for
*, dly" of' e adly-accurate the Reds -bein built by
gutdo mssle. Northrop wthorne,
Calf., but r to ay'whether
It said Cryler has contracts has a r fet.enle.
lling mre than 22 million The tan be reduced at
lars for tnoo g and produ- the New pla
of the new ong-range s- wheh M e until
dle, dubbed the Redatone. It wa l ast Junly pn du om n of
Sthe company's first venture the tank iltratad In
1tothe misu fiel General Body di-
The Redstone-Is i ground-to- Vision at S Mich.
ground missile deslgned for use *Army % bert T.
W nst enemy troops and Instal- OteTus t l otors was
Ittons. It .peaumably can be nsec bidder for the
nquied with atomle warh4eads. Onew American Lo-
will be built in a Navy-owned oMotfve h chrysler
ant at Warren, Mich. underbid r Motors by $7,-
600,000. ,
The Army also disclosed that .
It has awarded Chrysler a $160.- Chrysl*' *will reopen parts of
001.200 contract for production the New$A' plant which were
of Patton M48 medium tanks, closed l Tul and will begin
Chrysler will begin "modest turning M48 next June.


p utcdution" on the Redstone
*1Ujie "as soon as practicable."
ThIp weapon was named for the
Redstone. Arsenal JIn Alabama
where ft as deslgJed.
Details of the missille are secret
although it is known to have az
greater range than the .orpo
now in the hands of troops
is reo Itlsh.to have +
'Mom a an


General Motoi's current "-on-
tract fofito t me tank runs
until nexii UW. Steven's aides
ld] th b* W .happens to the
Grand t after that Is
General to "problem."
an. Wmftimvr (l-Tenn.


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S.Maral ite a t Army
,211. -: WHeard ull "Jt Milhe":.'flen- Oa COIDrMt fl th
ir'*S 18i at's they can't find one cfic a C H. A. Pa-
Kit .; .r with- teson. wih at
Si: i *r ds Cout Rates On.


3- ; en

Freight To iStr cken Aeas

D IiVE Oct. 1 (UP) e a redce th
cisPut e v afledrohn


n e TtIir. an re-

tanist
ft r* The railroads es lat year
tiol to an IdenticldM 4 oraa rate

a. ed i the movement of bay.
The White Houe said that un-
er the temporary paMMS
0I Btw fttr the a lppm would be requu
A nit ht a cert th pte re
y 0.S 4 Al & were not ha
S. i er resle except ,to
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Ait of witt the *esn can they rek1114 e Udnt
Ssubmaarine O JM of world conquest *- yews
ance ofhis "America's nav urlo url Ra
:h was -m lted upon must be maintained to b wee nd
this growing Communist widut ret iag
to the freedom of the world" thus -will en6 ve a
breviated version, the ; hand tactics
orted Russia has the In his prepared remarks for in n W n
it powerful submarine the 1000 guests at the commission- As tng pennant
Ing about 350, more ing ceremony, Wright said, '"The washo Eugene P.
total of this coun- decision to utilize this power In Wl orders desirat
water raft and more submarine was dictated by .ouw pig hi mmading cer,
tipetf -i imber Ger. national defense need to combat the w set d he Navy
at the start of World the tremendous power that our began forward to sea
"'"f potential enemy- enjoys at- .tb. trialp, i month.
S ias a whole, "The nuclear-powered submar- Cow T"a
4' years ago, Ine could be the best offensive "
fctte United weapon in our present naval arm FRAN N.I2 .. -(UP)*-Thw
ht u pass soon ament. A potential enemy is much city coua bas voted to refun
I A.tbe admiral more likely to behave if he knows taxes whieh ldward G. Colby pir _
that war will be fought in hi i on a cow for four years. Colby did
realizes that waters rather than 'ours." not own a wow during the four
supremacy The admiral said, in his prepar- years. .


us tow e db
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"EThe Sot
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Freezers, Radios, Consoles, Table Radios & Auto radios, AIR 4ONDI-
VICK Qas stoves, MAYTA(i Washing Machines &A Electric years, '
'a. Orders, iE RMES Typewriters, HERCULES Bicycthj, LEOtliMATe
AN ,,1T4i s, SHfERWIN WILLIAMS Automobile Poat.& Thinner, etc.
iM N.JJGJIT A1.U 0NDAY M( 6RNAI


WA
How to Inc
world trade
National B
and Develo.
Mid thIt
Fund In t -;-

U.S. ecmonom
ed -t hat
well-beingof j


order that I
Their prtdtu
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closely rea ted
and high buying 'Wi` 'ra ..i The view
united States. tibility all tU i
Delegates recalled, U.S. Severe. measures.",
tary of Treasury 2j.M pmhr ey's A more
statement: expressed
aster Edgar -.
"I think it is t e' i fAction tow
ed that probably t a e should be
tribution which State all interest
can make to e. d or the preca
Itable internal needed for
healthy and grn at Faure a
a high level brfa .In the stand aside
United States. isustal which aim
a high level of fo the world, und.
world's goods a* tostakmetrade much closely
on a mutually basis. To known at
sustain a high of eooomic Caution
activity in this i40mtry s the key- Chancellor a
stone of our poU ." A. Butler
General appos was express- convertibii j
ed for the m rising empha s reward in..
which, the Wor ank placed right codlup
since 1948 on us dge t ion of intaria
aid the less devPled w said conve..a
Assistant U.S,;- ta of state of termin
for economic Wi ms muel- C. beginning A
Waugh told deule ga many less Humphre
developed are;g rate eager for sound lar'
goods and in supplies,. where then
h ts ap-t. al._


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coan play several instruments and sing-
which odds up to
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$arm. form'*a ofs alefshe
du" s t I' soof rt.r an
e said, "ati' wpent of ba he will train mserain all.
St ie b t'I now and there re noe
and Amtear 09 floftenhl o l pio"' poThese womfte Aher a
er all nvealtw A mother a Int
bU o ondpany o to Siof changQep etraP
4- i eerate it u sh ee it pa U
S. .. .Latest Ina~ Wt .And Olbinrrdther th-an lmtt i0
dgetais pme you, Charlie" C te routine of tr
lree i l saidartthat when e ise he OWill train te ino
VA.TAN mtttoT an Investigai 2'eP,,ion, problems, itr
lw e mleM wrs Ge'fnera l oti btand-newtr ,ha s r G I

eot a ie, Sia l end Wer In l a tbmach, he ma ave
Ssheof t culic. utu in t so, to-e a othah w5s
Av gadgtse ma lel r eealiod that secretary dp a he wi ia tdb

Wtaest or tne.w anet ait Y t. bawling. It may console sotar,
* salesmen c eoeg10t that ch a of olie'- babies to know it
ta 'nd irth uM s go thegh the e wl go away suddenly eitso
t.iae out t Cmttee,* theew aftereffects and no recurrc.
ao may be used Icoenitu ikrmnan fI t Neve try to cein Babtar0 I
..polters doctor J Mury, nd ..ill you cqpe with a cotton. swab, Ills iona
tos or lawysW l or high wtr. he'l iner are so jeriy that you ihm ab
t uch a. bill through the him. You can mop off bhi
a lte unit Is o" ar. wUithone, but use a soft
and.four ie d fabriel for the ear. Never
aB eystal mia-. his bitter attack upon the try to clean the inside, where
itothe recorder. Cas.tee charge s that the wax Is. It will. come out to
'o Machine Corp. onuid c rW e st ere s i an be moMed .df, i.
Swcondt j a n, r x- botes you. Dab aiseys if
i .. patient n go by cones en's a lot of mucus at dlW,
mwasor chicken ea e." st upset about it. Hnie
r cal tht 'wl clear outIne a
....'rdctor .e rel a weeks and then His aees
L6..i oa- or ih.oe btbea-8o


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etetg4y hypnotized by
t rwat ta will forget
U sk i o enjoy to-
t thus of I tch e ns
II I :^ t h oth-
an. *loga re tired because
f. y u e rvia In their
otbkrrow's heat.
I ool wind Is al-
dh at-
ENTS like other Amerl-
asn~e expect merely from
theSi ofw anxiety. We
ba tmznfugist it.
triw B coward we
ve t dic thousand deathbs a
;W *a. d .ation k bk
enr tbw m$, Be gums
da the nng headache to poa
idlIt It Is, difficult foa
SoO Ure wellIn the morbid
atmosphe created b y our accept-
an t other people's dooms.
1 db tot approve of othsiayers,


Where -tW fact.is .these au-
Sthorities hb more power to
compel our than ans o
ahaman in a tel ls bu
Ships animal mrI.s and sand
Anyway, 4S 16cal diviner's
mage didn't ywqr.M. wind blew
his heat wave awajt Not that it
matters. What does i that lots of
tired mothers lacst a lovely day.
Right Hwinber


prdi ti.on a arrestmred for
onlioe ah, sqwafe of The
polloeman'94 mashebr-146.
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the this race will be run. However,
How- the consensus of opinion is that
om a the winner will be either Regal
good Bliss or Vulcanizado.
s0 n, Nine other interesting races
their are included on this better-than-
rac- average Saturday program. The
d of sixth' and seventh races shape
pring up as real thrillers on paper.
d re- several horses in each of these
I is races rate about even and a Jul-
ly to cy double should be in store for
Is. the lucky bettors who can pick
iravo the winning combination.
lom- Concejal, a fast climbing once-
raldo beaten native thoroughbred, gett
For- his stiffest test to date when he
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rgilloLa Guararefla, Dallda P and
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NOTRE DAME backs 'haven't
carried the ball with outtandng
confides and old Irish ru -nngte
ror, beca e they're usually
out by the time they leave, t he
spires of South Ben... And 'don'
ive us Elmer Angsman beiase
e played little at N ,
Could It have been ui eay
of Duke who said to a i ad
herent after the 52-0 dr of
the Quakers: "Confldentary in
were even worse than you
looked."?...p
Georgia Tech's All-Amex i c a
center Larry Morris, was" a War-
sity fullback star before he en-
tered college. ... rambling fo r
the Rtmbein' l Wreck against
Southern Methodist in early Sp-
tember, 1951, before school opened
and when fre we eligible.
... His understudy Jimmy
Morris, no relation, but a brother
of former Tech All-America'
George, who teamed as a lined
backingtandem with Larry in t
platoon days...... Confusion? On.
Y to enemy runners...
One of the great pro rldteaIas
wouldn't play a roose on offense
last yearbecause he. wa thought
too tick to learn the plays.-...
lie's their leading ground threat
this season...
That old Louisiana State tail-
back, AlVin Dark, and Rochester,
N. .., schoolboy T quarterbackI
Johnny Antonele, saw the routpf
the Cleveland Browns by the IbIS
ly Eatrls althoughtte GPMnts
are ptaying the last day otheI
baseball season ... because fter
AntonellU hurled two frames and
'ark batW twice, they flagged a
cab across town to Mun i c Ipal
Stadium ... so Dark could see the
last of. his grid mates at LSU and
Southwestern Louisiana perform
-John (og.-Jaw) Mates Eagle
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4-. an. 110 -Disble 5-1
5-Truef 6@. Pres. 115 -Us 8 p 4-1
-Portal..' A. VaA. 113 -DangeIr u oomteoau .., 3-1
7-Corista V. CaUt. 110 -Returni om layoff 5-1

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3-D. Ch B a. Pits 0. 110 -8De m re -1
4--Tul-. c. WI. 103 -Rep y inped 3-1
5-Man4t$e P. lfd, -112 -H-at.l-.bat hes-. 34-
--Konflt 0. Orael 114 -BSeda 2t mow 3-1
7-Tap Ledy 5. Catva.lO1x-Wou pay fat pifo 10-1

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1-Anni"M B. AguL. Il -D clasin 3-1
2-Fu L. Giral. 118 -Dl hand 3-1
-. 8an. 107x-T 10-1
4- Pres. 118 -R anee 5-1
5J. .hilps 113 -B on form 2-1I
6--c a San. 113- altsa tyle' 4-1
7- RE105x-C this time 8-1
F. dal. 118 early sped 5-1

5th Race Imported i, Fgs.Pure: $509.00 Pool eldo: q:55
1-R. Alligator A. unrl. 113 -position 4.1
2-Bolaroua B. Carva. 100x- Iong oddg 25-1
8-H. las 0. Pres. 113 lky 01
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as Juniortolege ver small con- Wonder P.. 10x-Ha a strong fltabh 41 i,
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players m4 the A. C. uad most
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he ATh ic Club had e.t -Welsh Fox J. ChAn 115 -NothIng In months 10-1
ams ni oe s iOf Scone. C. I e. 110 -Racng to best form 2-1
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ad theuah Critoba squal ad ,,O untesS 0. Ga 116 -Should be oi.r a-1 .UatP,
oa semo ha m not tw i cMaiden B .ams 114 -oud. score imrotne me -15
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WA t -Wainsaba J. 11 -Depends on "eodac tons" 2-1 wiWft
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Those Giants Again!
The Natioal League champion New York Giants eo0, .o two 1h, MNIMH NNING
todayy became "out" favorites to win their fifth world M GIANTS: D M Md' w in. to
championship when they traveled to Cleveland's Municll Jrl.AN, pitc. h theI wih Hem-
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oeut. Den Mueller ersedk- FOURTH INNING
Uncertain weatherh caused the attendance to r iw.ti t nd. N it no non
smaller than expected. However, 71,555 paid to see the IO- l t
antt knocm k out a run arq a in the third inning w to left.
a three-nr M.ral which wrapped up the contest. Mearc INDIANS Mto.e



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COfLE ,OF UEBOX blays (left) and Dusty em
Of teMNew York Glants the apoUtght In the Ot'3
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New Yo:i. Cleveland 2.

Gorgia Democrats Vow Reistance To A1
M f. Ga., Ocel m adge, caled the detslion "an has stayed ti e a.qof d a bar Is
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