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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: May 17, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00407
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Armed Forces Day


Sanitation of tie Panama
Canal will be the main theme
of the Canal exhibit Saturday
at Albrook Air Force Base as
part of the 14th Annual Armed
Forces Day celebration. The
"open house" observance at Al-


brook will be from 11 a.m. to
6 p.m.
The Canal Zone sanitation
men are especially oroud of
the 15-foot model of the malaria
mosquito which will be suspend-
ed above the Canal Zone guide


booth at the en
exhibit area. As
piece, there will
model of a comm
These are bein
course, as examp
most common


Progr

trance of the health on
a companion Sanita-
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Gift of te Panama Canal Me



'am Saturday

n the Isthmus. ing visitors to the Fort Sherman
ion Division activities site from Colon.
anal Zone will be shown Primary interest at Fort Sher-
ad slides on two Selec- man will be the Jungle Warfare
machines with an ex- Training Center, including the
given in both English zoo and exhibits ot jungles. At
sn. A number of typical Fort Guhick. the Iraining given
s of Sanitation Division some 20,000 Latn American
nt also will be on dis- students who have gone through
the Army's School there will
members of the Canal be emphasized.
ide Service will be on Another highlight for the Fort
during the day to pass Gulick celebration will be a 15-
rmation pamphlets on foot Airborne training jump
ma Canal operation and tower for the youngsters. Army
interest in the Canal jumpers wil, stage airborne
operations and skin divers will
Paciifc side, at Al- show their skill.
ie Army will have dis- Open house is planned for the
aging from aviation to entire day and residents of
1 specimens and will both Panama and the Canal
kydivers from the U.S. Zone are cordially invited. Re-
tlantic Parachute Club freshments will ce served on
as rides tor children on both sides of the Isthmus as
personnel carriers, part of the demonstration in imi-
art- of this show will litary kitchens. Snack bars will
L.S. Army Caribbean's be in operation as well.


MR. CLEAN could be another title for W. D. Marquard, center, Manager of the Coco Solo, Retail
Store, who is shown receiving an "outstanding sanitation award for the outstanding contribution dur-
ing the year that contributed to Public Health sta ndards in the maintenance of food establishments
and the principles of sanitary food service." This award and an accompanying sanitation award to the
Coco Solo Retail Store were presented to Mr. Mar quard by James P. MacLaren, third from left, Chief
of the Division of Sanitation from left to right are L. A. Ferguson, Supply and Community Service
Director; Col. Erling S. Fulgelso, Health Director; Mr. MacLaren; Mr. Marquard; Raymond G. Busch,
Chief of Area Sanitation; W. G. Hill, Sanitation Inspector; and Donald Bruce, Assistant Manager of
Coco Solo Retail Store. .
1 *---


P""-uM"u C alm -


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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1963


AY


Vol. 1 No. 48


bat elem
Special,
Canal Zo
On the
will cent(
Sherman


gade of Fort Kobbe,
support units and com-
nents. along with the
Forces Units in the
ne.
Atlantic side, activities
er at Forts Gulick and
with ICMs transport


As plans for the .observance
were going forward this week,
Governor Fleming sent the fol-
lowing letter of congratulations
to Lt. Gen. Andrew P. O'Meara,
Commander in Chief, Caribean
Command:


Dear General O'Meara:
I take great pleasure in extending congratulations to you and
other members of the Armed Forces in the Canal Zone area upon;
the occasion of Armed Forces Day, May 18, 1963.
We of the Panama Canal organization are well aware of the close
civilian-military relationship that exists in the daily affairs of our
community. We are proud to join in paying tribute to the members
of our Armed Forces for their role in maintaining the security of
our nation and the Panama Canal and look forward to the continuance
of the close family relationship.
Sincerely yours,
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor.


College Students Plan

For Summer Tutoring


The Summer Scholastic En-
richment Program is again
being planned this year by a
group of Canal. Zone College
Students. Last summer -this
program served 127 students on
seven different grade levels. In
this program. approved by the
Canal Zone Schools Division.
material of scholastic. value
will be presented to the stu
dents on p higiuy individual
level without the pressure of
strict grading.
The aims of the Program are
to help students who have had


VaccineDrive InNear-FinalAct,



Atlantic -Siders To Get Types II, III


The curtain goes up this week-
end on the second round of the
Canal Zone's -oral polio vaccine
drive, as Atlantic-sideirs are
provided with Type II and Type
III vaccine.
Except for a final "'booster,"
the Atlantic-side program will
conclude the Canal Zone's ef-
fort to "stamp out polio." No
time has.. been set for giving
the "booster which will com-
bine all three types of vaccine.
Although it_ takes all three
types of the vaccine to provide
complete protection, Health
Bureau officials say the order
in which they are taken makes
no difference in the beneficial
results. They advise everyone
to take the combined dose of
Type II and Type III vaccine
this weekend, whether they have
had Type I or not.
Registration forms should be
completed ahead of time 'in or
der to avoid delay or confusion
at the -linics, officials said
Blank registration storms have
been made available through-
out Atlantic-side communities
and additional ones will be on,
hand at the clinics.
The only clinic which will be
open on Friday will be at the
Gatun Community Health Cen-
t er. Clinics which will be open


.Margarita, the .Rainbow City
Gymnasium, the Old Cristobal


on Saturday will be at the Cris-
tobal Women's Club Building in


i TYPE I


TYPE II


IT TAKES ALL 3


WHERE -
Gatun Health Center


Cristobal Women's Club
Building, Margarita
Rainbow City Gym
Old Cristobal Fire
Station.
Coco Solo Health Center


WHEN -
1--7 p.m., Fridayr, May 17


9 a.m. 5 p.m.

Saturday, May 18


Fire Station, and the Coco Solo
Community Health Center.


trouble in specific subject areas
prepare tor future courses in
those areas; to introduce stu-
dents to new and aiore difficult.
fields such as algebra, chemis-
try, physics literature, and
foreign languages; to improve
and enrich the students' back-
ground: to motivate students
through contact with students
from various colleges; to im-
prove the over-all study habits
of a student; and to insure each
student individual attention if
it is needed.
The courses will be offered
in three different sessions -
Regular (June 10 August 17),
Early (June 10-Ju:y 12), Late
(July 15-August 17).
Further information and ap-
plication blanks may be obtain-
ed in the Junior High School of-
fice in Diabto Heights and in
the Counselor's office in Balboa
High School. Anyone interested
may also call any of the follow-
ing tutors at their residence
after school hours: Stanley
Berg, Cocoli 3034; Richard Pi-
mento, Gamboa 467. or Jetza-
bel Feraud, Panama 5-0011.



Police Plan


'Open House

"Open House" will be
held at the Balboa and
Cristobal Police Stations on
Friday, May 17, from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. as -a high
light of Canal Zone Polite
Week.
Captain Gaddis Wall, Dis-
trict Police Commander,
Balboa, and Captain D. V.
Howerth, District Police
Commander, Cristobal,,
have extended an invitation
to the public to vis t *
police stations and view f
exhibits that wifl be en
display- ,


Beat Polio


*


Step Up,



For Yours,


TYPE III











Sightseers View Canal From Contractors Hill Ovedrook


Page Two




(itf( Opinio

;(This column of ,comment, observations, sense, nonsense, is intended .as a forum for the constructive opinion of readers. We
can't guarantee to -use contributions, ibut welcome them .and -will do
our best to utilize them in one way ,or another.)
I've heard the ,observation that rank is like charm: If
you've .got it, you don't need anything else; if you haven't got
it, nothing else counts.
From the 'comments heard after -Monday -evening's Civic
Council meeting in Balboa, it was .obvious that Lieutenant Go-
vernor Parker has both. His blend of reasonableness and inci-
siveness impressed itself ,on those present :and numerous com-
plimnentary remarks were -heard -during the coffee time which
slowed the session.
I can't help but agree with Colonel Parker .about the need
for :a forceful, working PTA here. There are problems in all
'schools that ,can be solved by parents and teachers working
together .and it's one of the .best ways of finding tout that ,a
Problem really ,does exist. But more importantly, I think it's
time we 'started dealing with our problems instead ,of -dumping
e-verything in Uncle's lap. My main complaint on life at 'the
N.nth Parallel is that too much is done for us now. WWhat .a
quick and ,painless way to lose one's initiative /and gain (only
frustrations.
JUST THOUGHTS: I'd 'like to make ,a tour ,of the 'Governor's
Residence, *a la the White House tours. Wonder if 'Mrs. Fleming
'would look with favor on such a project for ;all, of -us? 'Visiting
hours on certain days, ,perhaps?
.PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE: My boys worried that it
might rain on Astronaut :Cooper on his flight over Panama...
and they found it unbelievable that such a ,glamorous personage
should eat anything so mundane as a peanut *butter sandwich.
Inez Conner -


Safei.-Divi]g ules-


Listed *For Freeways.

The American Association of State Highway officials have
issued ;the following policy oi Uniform Distress Signals for 'Mo-
torists on Freeways:
In ';an emergency on freeways, whenever possible, drivers
Should stop their cars on the righthand shoulder, well away from
the through traffic lanes.
At eight the tail flights and the interior 'lights of the stopped
Vehicle should be turned on. If the vehicle is equipped with a
turn-signali g indicator ha-ving -an "emergency" 'switch, this should
be turned ton so -that 'both the right,and left turn signal lights will
flash simultaneously.
Where ;a disabled vehicle is stopped in 'such *a position that
Dart -or all ,of the traffic lane is occupied, :portable -warning de-
vices should be placed to the rear .of the stopped vehicle to .notify
comingg 'drivers -of the 'traffic hazard. -
WVhenever 'help is needed, a white -cloth or handkerchief should
he displayed from the stopped vehicle so that it .can readily be
seen from other .vehicles on the highway. In addition, the hood
<(f the .car should be raised.
While -waiting for help, motorists should remain within their.
-. Fears or nearby in a safe position off the traveled way. They should
tiot stand, or walk in or near traffic lanes, or leave their cars
unattended.
After observing ;a distress signal, passing motorists should
totify the nearest police, highway, or automotive service official
S .It the' first convenient opportunity, giving the location of the
motorist in -need 'of assistance.


Contractors Hill Seenic Spot
-.-- Even though 'the mainy :season
has returned, ioutdoox picnic
activities hav-e not ee
completely -a)andoned, par-
ticula ry where -covered facili-
Uel sare .a-v-ulable.
One of the popular picnic
spots is atop' ,Contractors Hill,
where covered boh .os come
complete with barbecue ovens.
And the covered 'overlook -.of
the Canal also -adds -to te
attractiveness of the 'spot.
Like Summit Gardebs, which
continues to attract visitors
despite the interanittent rainfall
of the season, the Contractors
Hill site continues to attract
both sightseers ;and .ioni-ckers.
The Contractors WAl -lockout
can be reached by following
the directional :sig'ns along the
highway near the Veterans df
Foreign Wars c-hbhouse, on the
road between Mirafloves Locks
and l-Rodman Naval StI-on.

OUR WEEK'S 'wISITORS
May 6-12, 1963
Miraflo'res Locks ....... 1578
Gatun Locks .......... ,it
Las 'Cruces, 6 trips ..-.. .06
Reina anuelita, 3 trIps 48
Grand Tdta ...........




Four /Courses Start



At Training Center


Four ,different employee-train-
ing courses began Monday at
the Panama Canal Training
Center the first time in the
Center's history that the first
sessions of such a variety of
courses had occurred on the
same day. Three of the courses
are conducted by members of
the Employee Utilization and
Development Staff of the Per-
sonnel Bureau, and the fourth
-by the -Canal's Social Worker,
Mrs. Georgina de Young.
'The courses are Introduction
to 'Supervision, taught by As-
sistant Training Officer Lloyd
D. Murphy; Employee-Manage-
mnent Relations ,and 'Supervisory
Oral 1 Skills, both taught by
James A. Barrett 'of the Train-
ing Center Staff; and Principles
,of Social Welfare Work, taught
by Mrs. de Young.
The Introduction to Super-
vision course is a resumption
tof the -standard basic super-
visory course. It will be offer-
.ed regularly for the next sev-
:eral months. It is designed for
non-supervisory employees who
are expected soon to be as-
-signed 'supervisory duties, for


new supervisors who have not
yet had the course, and, if re-
quired, for more experienced
supervisors who wish to take
the course for refresher and
updating purposes.
T he Employee-Management
Relations class -was ,the fiftieth
in a long series of groups of
Panama Canal 'supervisors
brought together for instruction
inlabor union relations in gov-
ernment a new area of
su pe r v is ,or y responsibilities
opened up by the Kenfiedy Ad-
ministration's Executive Orders
10988 and 10987.
The Supervisory Oral Skills
course is designed to help man-
agerial employees develop ef-
fectiveness in talking before
groups.
The Principles ,of Social Wel-
fare Work course is :designed
to help the :Canal's Visiting
Nurses employed in the Dis-
ability Relief Program -assist
in resolving the social relation's
type problems- of the -disability
recipients.
All of the regular courses
have daily sessions of about
two hours each.


The number ;of ;se s-s ionms
ranges from nine for the Em-
ployee-Management Relations to
fourteen for the Introduction to
'Supervision.


Dutary Oils


Exhibited
An exhibition of by internationally famous All-
-berto Dutary was -opened Thitrs-
-day by the Panamanian Insti-
tute of Art -at 2he Tachers'
Union BuildiIg on Avenue K in
Panama City.
Mr. Dutary, who has -parti-
cipated in many ;group shows
in Spain, Latin America ,and
.the United States, held his first
one-anan show -n 1957 in -Madrid
and has had -other ,one-man
shows in Peru, Italy, and the
United States.
In 1961, he -shared first prize
with Marco Quivoa at the
'Seventh -National Tournament
-of Culture in El Salvador.


May 17, 1963


SPILLWAY







Mah, 17, 1963 SPILLWAY Page Three


Two Colorado Students



In Private Peace Corps


'AQUADETTES' PRACTICE Ef BALBOA POOL


'Aqiadettes'- Plan


Shows May 22, 23


The- Canal Zone College syln
thronized swmainlag cluFb the
"Aquadedtes'," wif: present a
program of skilled swimming to.
music at 7:30:p.m., May 22 and"
May 23, at the Balboa Pool.
The "Aquadettes,." under di-
rection ot. Miss Pat Leftman
have bee-, studying synelroniz-
ed swimming, for the pasr year.
This ,cta-s involves synehroniz-
ing aquatic" skills to' the rhythm
of music. This is- d e first time:
in several years talta ihe Isth.-
mus has had, entertainment of'
this type.
Members of the "Aqtuadettes"
are: Miss Lynne Wellington,
President and Student Director,
Rev Bowman, Vice President,


Pat Lane, Secretary, Becky,
Martin, Lola Jones, Nancy Tur-
ner, Lydia. Moya,. Jeanne Hal-
vosa,. Beverly Schioeder. Mary
Loper. Gaest performer will, be
Miss Jackie Asthoin,
Several Canal Zone College
boys, hawe volunteered for ad;
ditional entertainment. Boys-
participating itn relays,, stunts,.
andi diving, will be Jim Man-
ning, Danny Michael, Joe Sua-
rez, Skip Rowley, Rod- Winborn,.
and Gordon Boswell.
Admission will be 50 cents for
the public and 25- cents, for stxt-
dents. Student Assoia-tiomn cards
and athletic passes will not be
honored. The public is cordialry
invited to attend:


New CZ College


To Open In Fall


Work is progressing: rapidly
aon the new buildings for the.
Canal Zone College, on which,
construction was begun early.
this year- by Isthmian Cbnstruc-
ftrs, Inc.
The entire complex will con-
hsist of the three-stfory academic
building; athletic hdbuildgs an-
auditoriurm,. a .jormitory for
resident students and- atMetic
fields. The academie building
being remodeled from a former-
school structure, will be ready
for oeeapancy by the- Vrase- the-
school term- begins i,.'Septem-
ber.
In. addition' to, having a superb,
view of the entrance to, the,
Canal, re academic buidling
will be completely air coadition-
ed and- wiff- have an ,auditorium.
seating- ,%0 persons a language-
aborahry, science taborato
ties, six general classrooms,
three classrooms for business
administration students, a stu-
dent lounge, practice- rooms
and offices for the. dean and
members of the- faculty.
-The Cbiege is another ad,
ditieo to' the growing, school
facilities of the Canat Zone.
Twelve new classrooms,, being
built as an addition to Balboa
Bigh School, are now nearing
completion and-,sahuld be ready
at the end of Augu'st. The classy
rooms now being used by the
C.afal Zone Cobege Ri that
Building then wiR be transfer-
red to the High I&-ool.
A. new l-elassroom elemen,
tary school- to accommodate the
growing. population of Pedro
Miguel will be built during the


present year adjacent to the
existing elementary school
building located off Trinidad
Street.
Specifications are being., cir-
culated on the ps\>ject and the
bids are' to be opened- at Bal-
boa Heights June 10, The new
building, is scheduled for com-
pletion within a year.
A. one-story masonry build-
ing with, white- glazed' brick
facing,. dEe new, elementary
school w9f house, tenr spacious
classroom's, including- a special
educationbroom, a dundergarten,
an audio-visaual' room and a
health center In addition-, there
will be offices for trie principal,
a conference, room and other
facilities.-
The- Pedro,. Miguel school will
be aw extension, to, the existing
school, wit-h whicf it will be
comnneceted" by means; of a cover-
ed passageway. It .will' ac-
comodate approximately, 3068
children- in addition to those
now attending classes in the
old building.
Although only the audao-visual
room will be air ctlitioned at
present, plans call for the air
conditioning, of the' entire build-
ing, in the future-.
DOCTOtS TO ME ET-
The Mfedical, Aso-iaticr- of the
Isthmiaum Canal Zone- will meet
in, the Conference Room of Gor-
gas Hospital at 7 pm.,. Tues-
day, May 21. The scientific pro-
gramn for the eveming- will be-
"Snake Bites," by Dr. John
Sass and Dr. Frank Smith, Gor-
gas Hospital.


Two University of Coloradc
students, whc started out on
what was to, have been, a nine-
month goodwill tour of Latin
America, arrived in Panama in
February and wound up, as a
sort of private two-man peace
corps. ,
,Actually, the student party
that left the University of Co-
lorado numbered lour students
who started, out in a .Model A
Ford 1930t pickup, truck. Each
had about $400, but by the time
they came to Panama two of
the travellers decided to' stretch
funds by getmg.- a job; These
two, Robert Diekson; of Aurora,
CoJo., and JSohn Marshall of
Littleton, Colic., each' 21 years
of age, worked- as: engineering
aids on -the. Mi rafores., Locks
ooverhaIl project.
When "the verhau job was
completed they a-rranged for
safe 'storage- of the trusty/ Model
A truck and took off for the
San BTas, Islandxb, where they
lived and worked with, the In-
dians.
At Aligandi Island, they stay-
ed- with Dr. Lonnie Iglesias.
Side by side with the San Blas
Indians they worked- on the
clinic that is' being built. The
North American boys helped
pour concrete and set. up forms.
Everyone on, the island is res-
ponsible for help in building
the clinic, they said; Each man
in the village had to contribute
two poles, end if more are
needed, each will contribute
his share. The women 'help
by bringing waiter..
The two, University of Colo-
rado students travelled! by ca-
yuco, asf the Sanm Bias Indians
do.. They ate witm ,the. Indians,
and were accepted everywhere
as. friends, There w'as no faw-.
guage-barrier,, either. Both stu-
dents found the San Blas tongue
relatively simple; and the San
Blas Indians apt. language
pupils,, sc that he le lgurage,
exchange prospered.
Jan' Andrews., 22', and Gordbt
Stalgren,. 21. both of Aurora,
Colo, members of the. original
Latin America goodwilt- tour
party, travelled from Panama
by plane. Robert Dickioni and
Jolhm Marshall' are- going, back
over the Inter Americanr Iigh-
way in the- trusty Model A pick-
up. They -left Monday afternoon
on the return jaunt.
' The four students had started
on.. their Latin American tour'


studindis. wit *Iue*stModis A


armed with a letter from the
Governor of Coloradoi which'
named the group members and-
stated that they "brifn. the,
best wishes of the pepWpe of
the Centennial State at fthe Top'
of America," and th t ay.'
courtesies extended the AAn-
bassadors, of GoodwQ wouid be.
appreciated. "The peogfe of
Colorado will, welcome at op-
poertmity to reciprocate your
warm hospitality," the CobleI
radio Governor said.
The students had ta *ke. fw-
loaigls from. their studies, to
try to- gain an understanding
of Latin America its; eut-
ture,. geography, and social and'
political problems.
In every country they visited,.
the students endeavored' to
make contacts with secondary
schools to establish "amigos, by
correspondence" with Colorado
.pupils.
- The Model A truck carries
sportive messages ins yellow'
paint. "Da.mn Yaatnqus'" idie
tifies the passengers, of "E To -
ro Solo," which the students


translite "The Low tneB T4."
The trtw.k is outfittedi with a
bock and taekfe to enable the
passengers, to forge dreams,
shousdi their course deviate
fonm established roads. It also
is. igged with a water can,. oil
can and, theme t gasoline cans
Once eck i e Ctorade, they
p1as to resume their studies.
SJloh Marshal has i one more
year to cm spbt and Robert
lcksonr, t tw. The former
is: miaoning in mathematics
and .phsies and' te latter. in
archeology.
Dieksa spentt two recent
sim es; isi Men W ic. The first
tsi,. rig aer high school
gitadoia, he ichhiked. The
. second was made via motor
scooter.
Marshall travelled north h,
rather tha south, and last year
travelled the highway to Alas-
kI. That road, he said, is, better
than the Inter-Amcricaa High,
way,, altfouagh, there are pro.b*
lems there, too, due to per
manent tiost.


Championship Basketball


Game Saturday Evening
C v^']


The championship game in
the Canal Zone Coltegp Single
Elimination Basketball Towuna-
ment, wiftc started) Wednesday
evening in the ]aatboa Gym-
nasium, wilt be at 7:30 p.m.
Satt-rday.
In the opening. games of the
tournament Wednesday even-
ing, the Canal' Zone College
Green Devils, defeated the
Cristobal High School Tigers
34-21 and Gibrattar Life In-
suranee edged the Marine
Barracks 44-3.9
Games Thursday evening.
were: Balboa Ifngh Sehoot vs'
Voit-Abernathy and Fort Kobbe
vs, Albrook.
The winner of the opening
game Thursday evening will
meet the- Canal Zone Coltege-
Green Devitls at :45 p the winner of the, second, game
Thursday evening wil play
Gibraltar Life Insurance at
a p.m.
The two undefeated teams
will play for the championship.
at 7:39 p.m. Saturday.
Dr. Charles Latimer, Dean,
of the Canal Zone Cofllge,
welcomed the participating
teams- at the Wednesday even-


ing kickoff play.
Immediately following the
final game, Saturday evening,
the Invitatioal BaslketbaA
Trophy will be awarded to the-
winning team. Sigurd Esser,
Superintendent of School, and
Dr. Latimer will present the
award&.


'The championship trophy was.
donated by Abernathy Sporting
Goods -Co. and the ott>r
awards. were donated by the
Canal Zone College Student
Association.
Those attending are asked to
stay, for the presentation.


Old Bottles On Display


A disptay of bottles found
during the current excavation
work on- part of Bas. Obispe
Reah now are on display at
the Canal' Zone Mtsen in the
Civil Affairs. BuildAng. The bot-
ties were found near the one-
time loeatiow of the village of
Hautt Obispo, along the line of
the original Panama Railiroad.
The collection includes round-
shoulderen beer and stout bot-
tles, a s uar e-shouldered
schnapps bottle, and several
colored bottles which are be-
lieved to have held wine. There
also are several small flavoring
or patent medicine bottles and


one small tabasco sauce bottle
which is, somewhat more crude
but still similar to those now
used.
One real oddity in the.lot is
a round-bottomed glass bottle
some type of soda water. The
Irish firm which used it stilt
is in business
The bottles were presented to
the Museum through the coope-
ration of Col. Mattnew C. Har-
rison, Director of the E&C
Bureau, and Chartes MeG.
Brandt, or.jeet engineer fr the
Canal widening.


Page Three


May 17, 1963


S P I L L W A Y








SPILLWAY


May 17, 1963


PEOPLE IN TH
"HAPPY BIRTHIAY!" said a caller in
greeting Mrs. Patricia Maloney Markun
wednesday. It actually wasn't her birthday,
but it was the publication date of her latest
book, "The First Book of Central America
and Panama."
This book joins two other "Firsts": "The
First Book of The Panama Canal". and "The
First Book of Mining." Both the latter are
also published in Spanish. She has written,
too, "The Secret of El Baru" which has
been published in England as well as' the
United States.
The author, wife of 'David J. Markun,
Panama Canal General Counsel, was born
in Minnesota. She probably got-her first boost
on the road to a writing career when she
won first prize in a children's short story
contest sponsored by a Duluth newspaper.
Mrs. Markun is a graduate of the School
O Journalism at the University of Minnesota
god ,worked in radio, newspaper, magazine
d public relations fields. She wa advertis-
publicity director at the Hotel Nicollet
en her husband completed law school and
e couple came to the'Canal Zone..
The Markuns -have four children, Sybil,
Meredith, David and Paul, and, the former
radio news writer, who had majored in radio
; journalism, found herself delving into chil-
dren's, books, alid telling children's stories.
One thing led to another, and the Markun
list of children's books began.
Publication of her latest work, "The
First.Book of Central America and Panama"
brought Pat Markun a letter from her Profes-
sor of Journalism, Mitchel V. Charnley, who
said the University is "getting something of a
shelf of Markun publications in Heggen Li-
brary."
Mrs. Markun still keeps her hand in the-
radio writing field with a program broad-
cast over CFN, the Armed Forces Radio.


E SP OTLIGHT


* r B


''I


CAPTAIN A. J. MCLEAN of Margarita is one
of the senior pilots of the Panama Canal. He
is a graduate of King's Point and was a
Captain of the Robin Line, sailing the South
Africa route, before coming to the Isthmus.
Sailing the seven seas may sound glamior-
ous, but in reality is quite the opposite, says
Captain McLean,,who took the Panama Canal
position so that he could be with his family.
Captain and Mrs. McLean live in Marga-
rita and have two children, a son, Thomas,
13, and a daughter, Sally, 10.
What does. a Panama Canal pilot do in
his leisure time? He goes sailing. At least
Captain McLean does. His hobby is yacht
racing, and right now he is building a Mer-
cury sail boat.


Montana To Panama


Beats 50
An overland trek from Bil- '.
lings, Montana to Panama is
somewhat more than the .50-
mile hike prescribed' by
President Kennedy, but a young
man named Larry Larson
managed it with little trouble.
He arrived on the Isthmus
this week from Mexico and' '
Central America not too much
worse for wear after making a,
good part of the journey on
foot. He admitted le hitch
hiked 'when he could but that
rides .became fewer as the
journey. progressed.
At the moment he is at i;
a temporary halt since walking
or even riding through the
Darien region of Panama. is
out of the question for any but
-proffessionals or Indians. With
Young Larson, a 20-year-old ing th
Montana college student, start- Centra
ed from home in February with widened
only a knapsack and a jungle, a kind
hammock for equipment. He way ti
also had a camera but was of the
reUjvdg 4tUJn eWico. plans


-Mile Hike


R4 -W-
N a vague idea of explor-
he points of interest in
1 America, his horizon
ed in Mexico when he met
[red soul who was on his
o explore the headwaters
Amazon. The two made
to meet in Peru.


His command of Spanish is
so slight that he is limited to
yes, no, and thank you. But
this made little difference to
the friendly natives in Central
America, who often invited him
for dinner and put him up for
the night. It did' make a dif-
ference, however, when he
found that a bus or a car on
which he had gotten a ride,
went off in an entirely dif-
ferent direction than he had
expected. He saw a lot of coun-
try not included on his
itinerary.
Customs and immigration
were a breeze to young Larry.
The border officials apparently
were relieved to find a -U.S.
citizen without baggage, without
transportation and apparently
with little other of the finer
things of life in his possession.
While other travelers might be
stopped for hours, young Larry
was waved through with a
friendly smile and a stamp on
his passport.


Military


Assistant


Promoted


It's Lt. Col. Daniel M.
Leininger now, .with the promo-
tion of the Military Assistant to
the Canal Zone Governor.
He came to the Canal Zone
as a Major on July 18, 1961,
succeeding Lt. Col. Harvey C.
Jones.
Colonel Leininger is a 1946
graduate of the U.S. Military
Academy at West Point and
came to his new post here
from -the Command and Gen-
eral Staff College at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas. He holds
a master's degree in civil
engineering and previously
served in the Far East and
with the Headquarters Con-
tinental Army Command at
Fort M6nroe, Va. His Far East
assignments included duty in
Korea and Japan.
Colonel and Mrs. Leininger
have three children, Denny, 7,
Janet, 5, and Lisa, 6 months.


Rosenkavalier.

Show In Panama

"Der Rosenkavalier." the
famous Richard Strauss o-
pera, will be presented twice
this week on film at the
Bella Vista Theater.
The first performance will
be at 8 p.m., Wednesday,
and the second will be at
7 p.m., Thursday. Tickets
for both' performances are
on sale at the Panama Hil-
ton Hotel and the Tivoli
Guest House.
Funds raised through the
sale of tickets tfor the two
showings will be used for
the charity work of the
British Aid Society .



Coming



Events
MAY
May 17 Open House, Bal-
boa and Cristobal Police Sta-
tions, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.. as part
of observance of second annual
Canal Zone Police Week. ,
18 -Armed Forces Day.
May 19 Annual general
meeting and election of officers
of The Theatre Guild, 5 p.m.
29 -Birthday of President
John F. Kennedy.
29-30 -Two performances at
the Presidente Theater
the Rio Theater of the
Ballet de Sergio Golo-
vine. One of the leading
primer ballerinas of the
world, Nyna Vyroubova,
will perform This ballet
is sponsored by the Na-
tional Department of Cul-
ture.
30 -Memorial Day. Legal-
Holiday.


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY


1:00
3:30
4:00
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:15
6:30
/ 7:30
8:00
8:50
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:05


Parade of Sports
This is The Life
Exploring
Concert Hal]
Championship Bridge
CFN News
Sacred Heart
The Great Challenge
Danny Thomas
Ed Sullivan
Weekend News Re-
view
Price is Right
Merv Griffin
Alumni Fun
Christophers
Final Edition
Enc: Jack Paar

MONDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Expedition Colorado
Sports Time '
4-Star Edition
Zane Grey Theater
Bienvenido
Graetest Dramas
Dick Van Dyke
Combat
CFN News
Movietime "Lost
Continent"
Stump The Stars
Final Edition
Enc: Ed Sullivan


TUESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 Air Power
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 True Adventure
7:00 Services In Action
7:30 Andy Griffith
8:00 Garry Moore Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Armchair Theater -
"History Is, Made
At Night"
10:40 Tenn. Ernie Ford
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Combat -

WEDNESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Shari Lewis Show
5:30 Science In Action
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report .
7:00 Around and About
7:15 Newsreel
7:30 Steve Canyon
8:00 Perry Coma
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Tonight
10:00 Fight of the Week
11:00 Final -Edition
11:15 Enc: Garry Moore

THURSDAY'


4:50
5:00
5:05
5:30
6:00
6:35
7:00
8:00
8:55
9:00
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:15


4:50
5:00
5:05
5:30
6:00
6:35
7:00
7:30

8:00
8:55
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:15


1:00
2:00
2:45
4:00
5:30
6:00
6:20
6;30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:55
9:00
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:13


Billboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
School Story
4 Star Edition
Report
All-Star Golf
Sing Along With
Mitch
CFN News
Thursday Theater
"King Dinosaur"
Password
Willy -
Final Edition
Enc: Bob Hope Show

FRIDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Magio Midway
Harvest
4 Star Edition
Report
College Bowl
I'm Dickens He's
Fenster
Bell Telephone Hour
CFN News
Candid Camera
I've Got A Secret
Jack Paar Show
Stump The Stars
Final Edition
Friday Night Theatex
"Medal For The Gen-
eral"


SATURDAY
Cartoon Carnival
Capt. Kangaroo
Pro Bowlers Tour
Saturday Matinee-
"Lost Continent"
Ted Mack
CFN News
Billboard
Big Picture
Joey Bishop
To Tell The Truth
Lawrence Welk
CFN News
U.S. Steel Hour
Wrestling
What's My Line
Final Edition
Enc: Tonight


%age Four






En conformidad con solicitud formulada
durante la reunion celebrada el lunes por
un Concejo Civico, el Gobernador Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., anunci6 hoy su intenci6n de
instituir un program de audiencias para
empleados de la organizaci6n del Canal y
personas adults que de ellos dependan, pro-
grama que se sometera a un period proba-
torio de tres meses empezando en junio.
El Gobernador manifest que estaria
disponible durante las tardes dos lunes al
mes, de 2 a 4, para recibir a cualquier em-
pleado, o adulto que del mismo dependiese,
que tuviese un problema personal u official
que ameritase la atenci6n direct del Go-
bernador. Se proyecta reservar el primer y
tercer lunes de cada mes para esas entre-
Vistas, suieto a que el Gobernador se en- \
centre en Ia Zona del Canal.
EL GOBERNADOR FIJA
DIAS PARA AUDIENGIAS
Quienes .desearen verse con el Goberna-
dgr deben comunicarse con el despacho del
Ayudante Administrativo, en persona o Ila- -
mando al tel6fono Balboa 2547, para hacer
uWa cita, a mas tarde el viernes anterior.
Cada cita se extender por diez minu-
tos de duraci6n. El Gobernador declar6 que
los problems que se le presented que re-
quieran mayor consideraci6n, seran investi-
gados a trav6s de los canales regulars dc
la 'organizaci6n.
Asuntos que estuvieren en process de
consideraci6n por los canales normales de la
organizaci6n,- tales como quejas relaciona-
das con el empleo, no deben ser Ilevados a
la atenci6n del Gobernador hasta que se
hubiren agotado todos los otros recursos.



SEl Canal de Panama



PILLWAY


VIERNES 17 de MAYO de 1963


Vol. 1 No. 48


Termina este fin de semana

la campaia contra el polio
Las-cortinas se abren este fin. de semana en la segunda vuel-
ta de la campafiA de la vacuna. oral contra el polio en la Zona
del Canai, cutani"olos'residentes del sector Atlantico recibain la
vacuna de los-Tipos II y III.
Con excepei6n de un "refuerzo" final, el program del sec-
tor AtlAntico terminara el esfuerzo de la Zona del Canal para
"erradicar el polio." No se ha determinado fecha. alguna para
Aunque es necesario tomar los tres tipos de la vacuna para
ia complete protecci6n, funcionarios de la Direcci6n de Salubri-"
dad dicen que el orden en que se tomen no hacen diferencia al-
guna en los resultados. Ellos aconsejan a todos tomar 'la dosis
,ombinada de-los Tipos II y III de ,la vacuna este fin de semana,
no importa si hayan tornado o no el Tipo I.
Los formularios de registro deben Ilenarse con anticipaci6n
para evitar demoras o confusiones en las clinics, informaron los
funcionarios. Los formularios' de registro en blanco estan dispo-
nibles en las comunidades del sector Atlantico y habra formula-
rios adicionales en las clinics.
Lr inica clinica que abrira el viernes sera la del Centro Co-
munal de Salubridad de Gatun. Las clinics. que abrirAn el sA-
bado. serin en el Edificio del Club Femenino de Crist6bal en
Margarita, el Gimnasio de Rainbow City, el antiguo Cuartel de
IBomberos de Crist6bal y el Centro Comunal de Salubridad de,
Coco Solo.


yIonde puner hO. al Polio?
EN
GATUN: Centro de Salubridad:
Viernes 17 de 1 a 7 p.m.
CRISTOBAL:
W) yAntiguo' Cuartel de Bomberos:--
r- ,.^ Sbbado 18 de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.
COCO SOLO:
Centro de Salubridad: SAbado
\ 18 de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.


- MARGARITA! Club de Damas
Sabado 18 de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.

'-RAINBOW CITY:
Centro de Gimnasio: Sabado
18 de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.

Asaltos 2 y 3 de -a1

VA GUNoA

VYenotdor del POLIO!.


ORAL
0 RAL


Iv


4


En geSto que les hace honor un grupo masivo de obreros se present a donar sangre al Banco
de Sangre del Hospital Gorgas para reemulazar la que le habia sido dada a un companiero de tra.
bajo que la requeria. Los donantes, cuya foto apa rece arriba, fueron: Cecil Haynes, Karl L. Harris,
Martin Harper, Clifford Jemmoth, Ugean Barker Clifton Bailey, Modesto Diaz, Sebastian Quintero,
Sim6n Quiroz, Pedro Belefno, Telmo GonzAlez, Ruben Beanchett, Bable Louis, Nicanor Torres,
Clearence Markland y Edwin Rigby.


La Virgen del Carmen


Patrona de Taboga


Una de las muestras mAs
singulares de devoci6n cristia-
na es la que se registrar cada
afio en la Isla de Taboga, y
en la que los oriundos de la
isla, asi como gran nimero de
personas procedentes de otros
puptos de la Repdblica, rinden
su culto a Nuestra Sefiora del
Carmen, Patrona 4e Taboga.-
Siendo Taboga tUna isla, su
configuraci6n geogrifica -ofrece -
campo propicio para que la
romeria de devotes se haga en
forma distinta a como .seohace,-
en poblaciones de tierra lirme.
La procesi6n que se, realize
el 16 de julio de cada afio,Dia'
de la Virgen del Carmen; se
hace a bordo de lanchas que
hacen un recorrido frente.a las
costas de la isla, precedidas
por aquella en que va la mila-
* grosa Santa. Es asi como los
taboganos demuestran la gran
fe que tienen en la Virgen del
Carmen, Santa Patrona de su
pueblo, y Sefiora de sus ruegos
y sfiplicas. La procesi6n de este
ano se realizarA el domingo 21
de julio.


Pocos son los lugares en todo
el mundo en donde, con una
procesi6n maritima, se le rinda
cult a \un santo de la Iglesia
Cat6lica.
Con esta singular manifesta-
ci6n de religiosidad, Taboga
afiade otro important aspect
a su condici6n de centro turis-
tico6 por excelencia. *
Situada en la Bahia de Pana-
mi, a corta distancia de la
ciudad capital, y a la que se
Ilega por via maritima en una
.travesia sobre azules y-tranqui-
"las agua's que toma poeo meios
de una hora, Taboga es quizAs
el punto mas visitado en toda
la Repiblica de Panarmi. De
su tranquilo ambiente y sus am-
plias y limpias playas disfrutan
por,igual panamefos y turistas
que legan desde -el extranjero.
Es por ello que, para mayor
comodidad de sus multiples vi-
sitantes, se ,haya construido en
Taboga un modern hotel, y.
que el Instituto Pariamefio de
Turismo dedique tiempo, ener-
gia y dinero en la promoci6n
turistica hacia la Isla dp las
Flores.


El Gobernador Fleming felicita


alas Fuerzas Armadas en su Dia


El Gobernador de-la Zona del Canal, Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., en carta dirigida al Tte. Gral.
Andrew P. O'Meara, Comandante en Jefe del"
Area del Carie, le manifiesta su enorme com.
plaencia en presentarle a el y a los mlembros
de las Fuerzas Armadas acantonadas en la Zona
del Canal sus congratulaciones con motive del
Dia de las Fu erzas Armadas que se observa ma.
fiana sabado 18 de mayo.
Indica el Gobernador Fleming, en su caita
felicitaci6n, que la organizacl6n del Canal de
Panama esta siempre consciente de los intimos
lazos de relaciones civicos-militares en el diario
bregar de la comunidadzoneita.
"'Estamos ortullosos en unirnos para rendir
tributo a los miembros de nuestras Fuerzas Ar.
madas por su rol en el mantenimiento de la -
*seguridad de nuestra nacl6n y el Canal de Pa-
nam j y abrigamos fe en la continuidad de
estas estrechas relaclones famlliares" conclude a',
diciendo el Gobernador Fleming al Teniente Ge- o., 1.5 b
neral O'Meara -


Der Rosenkavalier
en el Bella OVista
Con la asistencia del 'Presi.
dente de Panama y sefiora de
Chiari, altos dignatarios de
Panama y de la Zona del Ca.
nal y el Cuerpo DiplomMico,
se efectuari el miercoles 22
la Premier de Gala de la fa
mosa 6pera de Richard Strauss
titulada "DER ROSENKAVA.
LIER".
La cinta fue filmada en ee)
festival de Salzburgo. ;a colo-
res, por la Organizaci6n Rank
y es un gran espectaculo;
montado a todo lujo, del queo
nadie debe privarse.
El dia 23 se repetira la'
'funcion, tambein baj4 los aus-
picios de la Socledaa Ben6fl-
ca Britanica.
Boletos a la venta en el Pa-
nama Hilton y en el Tivoli
a 1.50.












Niiea nirmaria con 10 Alberto Dutarv exhibe


S en el Instituto de Arte

s y ra P edro M il lucida qued6 a apertura de la nueva exposici6n individual
vin a s JplaLra. P d o M g e de 6leos del famoso artist panameho, Alberto Dutary, actor que tuv
verificativo ayer en la Galeria del Instituto Paname6o de Arte, s
tua an la Ur ba i i6 Ob a ia. edificia del Moisteria Panameh


Uhna nueva. escuela primaria,
;on 10 aulas para acomodar a,
a creciente poblaci6n de Pedro
Wiguel sera construida durante
A1 afio actujrl al lado del edi-
icio que alberga la escuela
?rimaria en la' Calle Trinidad.
Las -especificaciones del pro-
jecto estAn circulando y las
wropuestas serAn abiertas en
Balboa .Heights el 10 .de junior.
El nuevo edificio debera ser
;erminado dentro de un afio:
La nueva escuela primaria
lue serA de un piso, de mam-r
)osteria con loza de faz blanca,
;endrA diez espaciosas aulas de
lIases incluyendo un sal6a para
Wducaci6fi especial, un kinder-
garten, un sal6n de audio-visual
Stin centro de salubridad. Ade-
rnas habra oficinas para el di-
7ector, un sal6n de conferen-
:ias y otras facilidades.
La eseuela de Pedro, Miguel
sera, una adici6n a la actual
escuela con- la cual estarA uni-
da por un pasillo cubierto.
Acomodara aproximadamente a.
300 nifios ademAs de los 300 a
400 que estan asistiendo a classes
en el viejo edificio.
Aunque el inico salon que
tend aire acondicionador has-
ta ahora, seri el de audio-vi-
sual, los planes futures estipu-
lam aire acondieionado, para to-
do el edificio.. .
La nueva escuela 'en Pedro
Miguel es, otra adici6n al cre-
ciente nimero de facilidades
escolares en la Zona del Canal..


Doce nuevos salones que estin
siendo construidos como una
adici6n a la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Balboa estAn ahora cer-
ca de su terminaci6n y deberan
estar listos para fines. de agos-
to.
A principios de este aflo se
comenz6 el trabajo de la cons-
trucci6n del nuevo' edificio de
un mill6n; de d61ares para la
Universidad de la Zona del Ca-
nal en' La Boca. Este consis-
tira en un edificio acad6mico,
dos edificios atleticos y un dor-
mitorio. El edificio, acad6mico,
que esti siendo reconstruido de
una anterior estructura escolar,
estarA listo para ser ocupado
para cuando- comience el pe-
riodo escolar en septiembre.
El edificio acad6mico de tres
plants' tendrA aire acondicio-
nado y tendri un auditorio con,
capacidad para 350 personas
sentadas,. un laboratorio de len-
UI
VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 1578'
Esclusas de Gatfin 116,
Las Cruces (6 viajes 676,
Reina Manuelita, I (3
viajes) 68

GRAN TOTAL 2438
Datos s.uministrados por el
Servicio de Guias de la
Zona, del Canal,.


guas, laboratories de ciencias,
seis salones de classes genera-
tes, tres salones de classes para
estudiantes de administraci6n
commercial, un sul6n de descan-
so para los estudiantes, un sa-
lon de studio y una oficina
para el decano y los miembros
de la facultad.
Tambi6n se hacen planes pa-
ra la construcci6n de. una es-
cuela intermedia en Albrook-
Curund u(, que reemplazara
eventualmente la Escuela In-
termedia de Diablo que es de
madera.
El acondicionamiento de aire
del. edificio actual de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Balboa,
ahora en -marcha, debera ser
terminado para el comienzo de
las classes en septiembre.

Tu eres mnis pior!

MICKEY MANTLE cuenta
esta hisforia sobre 61 mismo:
"Antes de uno de los juegos de
la Serie Mundial en Yankee
-Stadium, un agresivo fanatico
me estaba gritando desde las
graderias. Era temprano'. Yo
podia oirlo claramente, Esto
fue 1I que el tipo dijo:
"Oye Mantle, vine a ver cual
de ustedes (Mays a Mickey) es
el mejor. Bueno, me estoy dan-
do cuenta de cual es el peor.
Tu ganas!
"Tove que reirme/' admiti6
Mickey.


Unido.
Dutary, quien tambiin exhibe en estos dias en Madrid 6leos y
dibujos, da nueva prueba de haber alcanzado la madurez de su
arte, cosa dificil de lograr si se comprende lo que entire pintores
se denomina "el oficio".
La maestria de Dutary, su dominio de la tecnica y la estructu-
raci6n de la obra, asi como los valores cromaticos, quedan puestos
en evidencia nuevamente en esos soberbios cuadros que colarAn
en exhibici6n piblica hasta el dia 3 de junio.















e s. . ..


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I .'--


Oraciosas criaturas se familiarizan con debe.
res escola'res al .acudir al kindergarten -de Pa-
raiso, donde se les presta particular atencion
en es&- erdad fotmativra que tan imporianti es
para el' niio.


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el,. ., d. .


La grftica muestra el Inicio de los curses de Adlestramlento para Enfermeras de Salud P6blica
comprendidos en los programs de Bienestar Social para las comunidades Latino-Americanas de la
Zone di Canal, ocasi6n en que levaren Ia palabra el Sr. Robert vn Wagner, Mrs. Castillo y la sefiora
Georgina C. de Young.


Ai reanudearse las classes en las escuelas latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal los niios de edad escolar acudieron presurosos a sus
aulas. Aqui vemos descendiendo del omnibus a escolares de la Es-
cuela Elemental de Paraiso.


Cursillo sobre Servicio


Social para Enfermeras


A solicited del Sr. Robert Van
Wagner, Jefe de la Divisi6n de
Servicios a Enipleados, Depar-.
tamento de Personal, la Sra.
-Georgina'C. de Young, Traba-
jadora Social encargada del
Program de Bienestar Social
para las Comunidades Latino
Americanas, organize un cursi-
llo sobre Tecnicas y M6todbs
de Servicio Social para las En-
fermeras Visitadoras y otros
miembros del personal del Pro-
grama de Asistencia Social pa-
ra los Ancianos. Debidb a que
los ancianos y otras personas
que tienen problems de salud
tienen al mismo tiempo otros
problems sociales que retra-
san' u obstaculizan su trata-
miento medico o su rehabilita-
ci6n, se incluy6 en este cursillo
una charla sobre "La persona-
lidad del individuo y sus rela-
ciones familiares". Tambien se
incluy6 una charla sobre "El
Servicio Social y el tratamiento
de personas con problems de
relaciones. Como la enfermera
tiene la responsabilidad de ayu-
dar. al individuo a utilizar los.
recursos de la comunidad se
ha programado una charla so-
bre "Programas de Bienestar
Social en la Repfiblica de Pa-
nami".
La enfermera, en su trabajo
cotidiano, se ha dado cuenta
que las personas en la comuni-
dad tienen muchos concepts
falsos sobre las necesidades de
los ancianos y en general, so-
bre las necesidades del enfer-
mo. Es important para la en-


,fermera interpreterr problems
y programs y-educar a la co-
munidad, de all, que se inclu-
yerauna charla sobre "La- edu-
caci6n y organizaci6n de la
comun:dad". Otras ch'aarlas
incluidas en este cursillo son:-
"Los problems sociales y sus
implicaciones eenr la salud del
individuo" y "Servicios auxi-
liares en un -programa de bien-
estar- social para los ancianos!".
La Sra. de' Young ha conse-
guido la colaboracio6n de las'
jefes de las diferentes agen-
cias sociales de Panama y asi
colaborarAn en este cursillo las
siguientes personas: Sra.'Clara
Navarro de Riba, Sra. Eneida
de.Yo.ung, Srta. Luz Rodriguez,
Sca. Maritza Linares de Na-
varro,, Sra. Rosa C. de Herrera,
Sr. Edward' Harold, Srta.
Daphne MayorgK, Srta. Greta
Young y la Sra. Iosaura de
Cardoze.
El Program de Bienestar So-
cial extendi6 invitaci6n a este
cursillo a las Enfermeras de
Salud Pfiblica de Panama y a
las Enfermeras al Servicio del
"Community Health Section,
Preventive Medicine & Quaran-
tine Division. La Secci6n de
Enfermeras de Salud Pdblica
del Ministerio de Previsi6n So-
cial ha enviado a seis de sus
enfermeras a tomar el cursillo
.ya que se tiene gran interns en
Panama en integrar a la en-
fermera de Salud Publica con
otros profesionales en el tra-
bajo de prevencion de proble-
mas sociales en la comunidad.


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May* 17 de 1963


S P I L L W A Y


PMgina Dos


I







May. 17 do 1963 SP ILL WAY ~Agi~ia Tree


gran


pelea


del


Domingo.


Nava


puede


ahogarse


en


Lagunac


El invicto pugilista panamefie Ismael Laguna volveri a presentarse
ante la afici6n el proximo domingo 19 de mayo en el Estadio Olimpico
"Juan Demostenes Arosemena", en un combat pactado a diez asaltos
frente al peso pluma mexicano Filiberto "Fili" Nava.
Laguna, que hace poco abandon el titulo national del peso gallo por
no poder hacer el peso de las 11,8 libras, esta clasificado ahora come quin-
to peso pluma del mundo per la revista The Ring, en tanto que la Aso-
ciaci6n Mundial de Boxeo le sigue clasificando como el primer retador

Monigo esta noche en


la Arena de Colon
El boxeo aficionado de la Liga Distritorial de Colon se-
hal6 su program de esta semana para esta noche en la Are-
na de Colin, ya que es su polilica presenter sus peleas los
viernes cuando hay boxee international los domingos. En
erte ca.o tenemos que el domingo habra un program inter- -
nacional en el Estadio Olimpico de Panama, como informa-
mos en cr6nica aparte.
La cartilla confeccionada para esta noche es la siguiente: ,I
Arnaldo Prescott Vs. Jorge Sanguillen
(105 Libras)
Cecilio McKenzie Vs. Jorge Washington
(110 Libias)


Victor Hoytr vs. Juan KR. Garcia
(120 Libras)
Pedro Borbua Vs. Federico Bell
(126 Libra-)|


De visit en Panama


el Rey de los Plumas
El sdbado arrib inesperadamonitie oal Islno el compee'n miundial
de peso pluma, el ciubano Ulhrintiio "Supor" Ramons. cuiien reside
ahora 'en Ciudad de MAexieo.
Ramros. quien sosluto 'orioa, combatoer en Panomd. lene mu-
chos amnstades en el Islmo dezd flue Iik_-6 aqui en 1959 conlraa-.
do par tres peleas.
Aqu. rvtnc6 dos veces a Jesu.s Scrvlamaria y unr rez a Edwin
Syk s. a lodc.s pIr la iia rvapra
Hobia promelido que el dia en cque se coronary camrpeIn iun-
dial de .sa dvstson, vendria a Parnaind, y asi Lo acaba de hacer.
Es muy possible lque Ramos permanezea aqui durante una sema-
na y presence el domingo -el combat entire Ismael Laguna y el
mexicano Fili Nava en el .Estadio Olimpico.


;~


ESTOS HAN SIDO los cuatra primeros en nadar las 50 millas
en la Piscina de Rainbow City, en el program de aptitud fisica para
j6venes y adults, iniciado el.il de febrero de este afio. De izquierda
a derecha, parados: Arcelio Newell y Repo Patrick. Agachados: Ro-
berto Anderson y James Lynch. Otros que han nada-lo ya las 50
millas son James Guerrero, George MWcFaralne, Edward Taylor, Ro-
berfo Sayles y Leonard Brinn.


a la corona mundial del peso galley que ostenta. el brasileio Eder Jofre.
Nava es un recio pugilista mexicano que celebro dos combates con
el finado Davey Moore, cuando 6ste era campe6n mundial del peso plu-
ma. En una de esas peleas Nava logro derribar a Moore, aunque mas tar-
de perdi6 per estrecha decision.
El mexicano ha celebrado mas de 100 combats, pero solamente- ha
ganado cinco por la via rapida. Laguna, que se encuentra invicto en 28
peleas profesionales, ha ganado 18 por nocaut.


ESTE ES EL QUINTETO "Comancheros" de Rainbow City, que di6 much que hacer a los quin-
tetos de la Costa Atlantica el ano pasado y que se prepare ahora para fa temporada de 1963. Uno
de sus primeross partidos amistosos sera con el catalogado equipo Gibraltar Life el jueves 23 de mays)
a las 7:30 p.m. en el Gimnasio de Balboa. En la fotografia aparecen de izquierda a derecha. irrdi-
Ilados: Alfonso Haye, Richard McFarlane, Harold Smith y Lionel Thorne. Parados: Melvin Jones,
Daniel McFarlane, Arthur Trottman y Enrique Mc Clean. No aparecen los jugadores Ronald Walton,
J. McCloud y P. Harrison.


Partido de

campeonato
El miereoles por .la noohe se
inici6 en el Gimnasio de Bal-
boa el Torneo Anual de Basket-
ball por Invitaci6n organizado
por la Universidad de la Zona
ddl Canal.
El Dr. Charles Latimer, De-
cano de la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal di6 la bienve-
nida a los equipos participan-
tes.
En el primer partido de la
noche, el quinteto de la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal
venci6 a la Escuela Secundaria
de Crist6bal con anotaci6n de
34 por 21, mientras que en el
segundo, Gibraltar Life In-
surance super a Marine Bar-
racks por 44 a 39.
Para anoche estaban sefia-
lados los partidos de la Escue-
la Secundaria de Bolboa con-
tra VoU-Abernathy y U.S.
Army Garrison de Fuerte Kob-
be frente a Band-Weather-
Medics de la Base de la Fuer-
za Area de Albrook. El ga-
nador del primer juego se en-
frentarA esta noche a ]a Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal
y el triunfad6r del segundo cho-
card con Gibraltar Life In-
surance.
Mafiana se medirAn en par-
tido de campeonato los dos
equipos que se encuentren sin
derrotas.
Inmediatamente despues del
filtimo juego se entregarA un
trofeo al quintet triunfador.
El Sr. Sigurd Esser, Superin-
tendente de Escuelas y el Dr.
Charles Latimer, entregarAn
los premios.


16 d s-


Ill



AtS


LOURINE DUNN, atleta panamefia que conquist6 el tercer puesto
en los finales de los 200 metros pianos en las Competencias Panama
ricanas celebradas en Sao Paulo, Brasil, aparece en la fofo eoh*.
chando las manos de M. Cibian, de Cuba quien lleg6 segundo y V.
Brown, de Estados Unidos, quien gan6 la prueba. La sefiorita Dumw,
quien estudia ahora en los Estados Unidos, recibl6 una medals dA
bronce.


En


la


19


Pagina Tres


S P It LW A Y


May* 17 de 1963








Pihgin~in Cuatre


Mayo 17 de 1963 SPILL WAY


CANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:30 Los Nautas
12:00 Panameno Panameuio
12:30 Show del Mediodia
1:30 Cine en su Casa
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:30 La Ayuda al Maes-
para Comprender a]
Nino.
6:30 Jitozo Royal
7:00 Rodeo
8:00 Ciudad Desnuda
9:00 Un Paso al Mas
Alli
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro

LUNES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy '
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami
4:00 Reportajes Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Superman"
7:30 Supers6nicos
8:00 Ajedrez Fatal
9:00 Foro de Opini6n
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

MARTES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Papa Soltero
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami
4:00 Reportajes Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Roy Rodgers
7:30 Biografia
8:00 Fred Astaire
Present
9:00 Imperio del Oeste
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Pap4 Soltero
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones'
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta .de Estrellitas
6:00 Dibujos Animados
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Buggs Bunny
7:30 Blanquita Amaro
8:00 Suif Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Nick Charles
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Teleteatro

JUEVES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Pap& Soltero
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
6:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 -Extraio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30 International Show
Time
8:00 Nueva Generacion
8:30 La Hora Once
9:00 Ballinger de Chicago
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

VIERNES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Pap& Soltero
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 El Cegato Magoo
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Hombre del Rifle
7:30 Picapiedras
8:00 Boris Karloff
9:00 Fabricantes de
Noticias.
9:30 Mantovani
10:15 Teleteatro
10:00 Noticias

SABADO
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Teleteatro
3:00 Avances
3:15 Reportajes Mundiales *
4:00 Documental
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Combate
7:30 Robin
8:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Programa Especial
10:00 Noticiao
10:15 Teleteatro


U


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo per la Patria
S10:30 Programa Especial
11:00 S&lvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazafias del Espa.
ieo.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Informal
1:30 NOvela Semanal
"3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jelatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrlas Inarntiles
12:15 Pdiaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y Comicas
6:00 linetes de
McKenzie
6:30 Ley del Rev6lver.
7:00 Noticias.
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
S8:00 Legi6n Extranjera
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Inlantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guan-c
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
9:00 Jinetes do
McKenzie.
6:30 Yog i Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8 -
(vivo. musical)
: 8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 El Tercer Hombre
10:00 Noticias
10:15 "Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diario do a Bordo
12:45. Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45- Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana.
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de
McKenzie.
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
6:00 C6micos y Canlcio-
nes.
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 oticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Iniantlles
12:15 Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Noacias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
.1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 *Momias de Guana.
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes do
McKenzie.
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
8:00 La H o r a Orange
Crush
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jeti ackson-
12:45 Notictas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal .
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 La Sombra del Des-
tino
7:00 Nolicias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
1:30 Los Intocables
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 Alegrlas nfantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10, Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Momias de Guona.
junato
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de
McKenzie.
6:30 Investigador Sub-
marine
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicala


I


- GTE EN LA NOTICIA


CORNELIO RAVEN, Jefe del
Taller de Carpinteria en la sec-
ci6n de Mantenimiento de la Di-
vision de Terminales en los
muelles de Cristobal, tiene 24
anios al servicio del Canal de
Panama. Su trabajo consist en
hacer reparaciones de ia carga
que sale de los barcos, hacer es-
calinatas, paletas para las car-
gas y otros trabajos de carpin-
teria. Naci6 en Colon, donde re;
side, es casado y tiene una hi-
ja, estudiante, de 20 anos de
edad. Ostenta certificados por
5, 10 y 20 afos de servicio con
el Canal. Su pasatiempo es la
nataci6n.


RUDOLPH G. REID, Jefe Verificador del Despacho de Asun-
tos Locales en la Divisi6n de Terminales en Crist6bal, ha traba-
jado durante 28 afios con el Canal de Panama en la misma di-
visi6n. Naci6 en Kingston, Jamaica y vino al Istmo Pn 1926.
Su trabajo consiste en instruir a los verificadores en la manera
de revisar [a carga local; ademas estA encargado del frabajo
de oficina para la carga destinada a Balboa y Panama, asi come
tarnbien de lns conocimientos de embarque. Es casado y tiene
seis hijos; reside en Rainbow City. Es miembro del Sindicato
de Trabajadores, Gremio 900 y es un gran fanatico del boxeo
professional.


CARLOS EFRAIN SANTAMARIA, guar-
dia local del Dep6sito de Aduana de la Di-
visi6n de Terminales en Crist6bal, tiene ocho
anos y medio al servicio del Canal de Pana-
ma, siete de ellos como guardia. Su trabajo
consiste en vigilar la carga y a los abreros
para evitar en todo lo possible los accidents
humans y en la carga. Santamaria trabaj6
antes en trabajos de reacondicionamiento y
limpieza de las esclusas en Gatun, Pedro Mi-
guel y Miraflores como ayudante de mecAnico
tornero. Naci6 en la ciudad de Panama, pe-
ro se cri6 en Col6n. Es casido y tiene tres
hijos. Es actualmente Presidente del Sindica-
to Radial de Col6n, Presidente de la Asocia-
ci6n de Redactores Deportivos de Col6n, Pre-
sidente de la Liga Mayor Distritorial de Soft-
ball, locutor y maestro de ceremonies en
Radio 11 en-Col6n.
Bajo "PEOPLE IN THE
SPOTLIGHT" aparecen en
nuestra secci6n inglesa: Tte.
Cor. DANIEL M. LEININGER,
EdecAn del Gobernador de la C LE
Zona del Canal, quien acaba Ell
de ser ascendido en rango mi-
litar. El vino a la Zona del
Canal como Mayor el 18 de ju-
lio de 1961, reemplazando al
Teniente Coronel Harvey C.
Jones. El Coronel Leininger se M A Y O
gradu6 en 1946 en la Academia
Military de EE.UU. en West 17-19-Ultimos (
Point y vino a su nuevo cargo Asociaci6n
procedente del Command and
General Staff College en Fort 17-Progr
Leavenworth, Kansas. El Coro- blica
nel y la Sra. de Leininger tie- mer
nen tres hijos, Danny de 7 17-Exhibici65
afios, Janet de 5 y Lisa de 6 Magisteri
meses.
Sra. PATRICIA MALONEY 18 Dia de
MARKUN, quien acaba de pu- A6rea c
blicar su filtimo libro "El P'ri- tarde.
mer Libro de America Cen-
tral y PanamA". Este libro se 19-Boxec
une a otros como: ."El Primer Olim]
Libro del Canal de Panama", 22-Conci,
y "El Primer Libro de Mine- ex-al
ria", que tambidn estAn publi- team
cados en espahol. Ella ha es-
criio tambi6n "El Secreto de 21-26---La CA
El Bard" que ha sido publicado celebrate
en Inglaterra y en los Esta-
dos Unidos. La autora, esposa 22-23-La Sociec
de David J. Markun, Asesor lla Vista
Juridico del Canal de Panama, (Caballeri
naci6 en Minnesota. Se gradu6 2-23-Revist.
en la Escuela de Periodismo en boa. t
la Universidad de Minnesota y Univer
trabaj6 en el campo de-la ra-
dio, prensa, revistas y rela- 25- Aniversa
ciones piblicas. 25--Excur
EL CAPITAN A. J. MCLEAN, ciaci6
de Margarita, es uno de los
decanos de los PrActicos del 29- -Cumplea
Canal de PanamA. Graduado en 29-Charla
King's Point, capitane6 naves inter
de la Linea Robin, en la ruta Thiel
sudafricana, antes de venir al
istmo. El CapitAn McLean acep- 29-30-Dos pr
t6 el cargo de PrActico a fin Teatro
de poder estar junto a su fa- una de
milia y actualmente reside en mundo.
Margarita con su esposa, su hi- 30- Dia de
jo TomAs. de 13 afios y su hija del Can
Sally de 10. Para distraerse na-
vega en yates y actualmente 31- 1-Junio.
construye un bote. reunirT


NIlARIG IlE EVENTS







dias de la exposici6i de Beatrix Bricefio en la
n Panamefio-Norteamericana, Ave.. Peril.
ama de peliculas de la Embajada de la Repfi-
Federal Alemana. Asociacion Panamefio-Norte-
'icana, 8 p.m.

i de 61eos de Alberto Dutary en el edificio del
o Panamefio Unido, Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.

las Fuerzas Armadas. Ejercicios en la Base
ie Albrook de once de la mafiana a seis de la


o: Ismael Laguna contra Fill Nava, Estadio
pico, 8:30 p.m.
erto de Primavera a cargo del Grupo Coral de
umnos de La Boca. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Nor-
ericana, 8 p.m.

mara de Comercio de Harrisburg, Pensilvania,
iar su convenci6n annual en PanamA.

lad Benefica BritAnica present en el teatro Be-
la famosa opereta "DER ROSENKAVALIER"
a Rfstica) de Richard Strauss.

a AcuAtica a las 7:30 p.m. en la Piscina de Bal-
ParticiparAn once estudiantes del Primer Cicio
sitario de la Zona del Canal.

ario de la Revoluci6n de 1810, Argentina.
*si6n al Canal de PanamA organizada por la Aso-
n Panamefio-Norteamericana para sus socios.
tiios del Presidente John F. Kennedy.
a ilustrada sobre reciente viaje por la carretera
americana de los sefiores Ronald Verrow y Karl
e. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana, 6 p.m.
resentaciones del Ballet de Serge Galovine en Gil
President, con la actuaci6n de Nina Vyroubova,
las primeras ballerinas del ballet clasico en el


los Difuntos (Memorial Day) Feriado en ]a Zoia
al.

El Consejo Interamericano de Exploradores es
en ]a Ciudad de Panama.




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