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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: June 28, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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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: VID00413
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Traditional Parades,Fireworks



Sports Events On Tap For July 4


ACTING GOVERNOR PARKER'S FAMILY arrived on the Isth-
mus Thursday morning. aboard the MSTS Geiger. The family
was met on the Atlantic side by the Acting Governor. From left
to right: Bruce, Acting Governor Parker, David, Anne, Mrs. Par-
ker, and Stephen.


Col' Parker's Wife,


Family Arrive Here


Mrs. David S. Parker, wife of
'Acting Canal Zone Governor
Parker, arrived at Cristobal
Thursday morning on board the
MSTS Geiger, accompanied by
their three sons and daughter.
They crossed the Ishmus by train
to Balboa Heights.
Colonel Parker, who succeeded
Brig. General Walter P. Leber
as Lieutenant Governor of the
Canal Zone and Vice President
of the Panama Canal. preceded
his family, who remained inf the
United States until the close of
the school year.
Mrs. -Parker had taught Grade
3 at an elementary school at
Falls Church, Virginia, and the



Seatbelt


Regulation


Is Issued-

A regulation on the use of
seatbelts in official Panama Ca-
nal vehicles has been issued by
Acting Governor David S. Par-
ker.-The usefulness of seatbelts
can be attested to by Captain
Roy H. Rice (SPILLWAY, May
31, 1963), who was possibly
saved from death in an auto ac-
cident because he had fastened
his seatbelt.
Text of the regulation issued
this month is as follows:
-"Seatbelts can help protect
employees from death or crit-
ical injury. An immense amount
of scientific research, including
actual vehicle crashes under
controlled conditions, proves
that the automotive seatbelt,
when worn snugly fitted across
the hips to restrain the upward
as well as forward motion of
the human body' in automobile
collisions, is the most effective
single item of protective equip-
ment presently available to
reduce' the toll of traffic inju-
ries and deaths.
"In view of the proven protec-
tion afforded by seat belts, it
is required that complete sets
of seat belts be installed in
-Canal Zone, Government/Pan-
ama Canal Company sedans
and station wagons.
"Drivers and passengers are
urged to wear the seat belts at
all times, particularly when
traveling on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway, Pan American High-
way, Tocumen Road. Gamboa
Road, Madden Road and Gatun
Road-"


three boys and girl had been
in school.
David Parker, 19, a freshman
at William and Mary College in
Williamsburg, Va., is taking a
liberal arts course and will re-
turn to school there in the fall.
Bruce, 16, will be a junior at
Balboa High School and Stephen,
14, will be a freshman. Anne, 12,
will be in the seventh grade at
the Diablo Heights Junior High
School.


.F-ireworks at Margarita and
Balboa again will climax" In-
dependence Day programs on
the' I s.t h m u s, as Americans
mark their 60th Fourth of July
observance in the Canal Zone.
There wilr be programs at
three locations. Balboa, Gatun,
and a combined Coco Solo-Mar-
garita program in Margarita.
The programs will include flag-
raising ceremonies,, guest spea-
kers, music, food, and games
for the children. '
Among the unusual attrac-
tions this year will be a 34-foot
replica parachute training tower
erected by ,the 8th Special
Forces Group for the program
at Margarita.
This parachute jump for the
kiddies, courtesy- of the milita-
ry, will be open to children of
all ages. Certificates will be
provided for each child who
jumps from the. tower, signed
by the 8th Special Force's Group
(Airborne), HALO (High Al-
titude Low Opening) free fall
parachutists.


Another s p e ci a 1 attraction
will be four free Las Cruces
launch tours through Gaillard
Cut on Independence Day. All
tours will start from the Civil*
Affairs Building in A n!c o n.
Buses will be provided by the
Panama Canal. Everyone who
desires to make the trip MUST
HAVE A TICKET, regardless
of age. (See separate story.)
Lieutenant Governor David
S. Parker will speak at Marga-
rita in the Margarita.-Coco Solo
program. Patriotic exercises on
the Atlantic side will start, at
,9 a.m., following a parade. The
Colon bombers will present a
band concert as part of the
exercises.
On the Pacific side, Brigadier'
General George L..Mabry will
present the principal talk dur-
ing ceremonies 'which -will be,
held in the Balboa Theater.
The ceremonies will star t
promptly at 11:30 a.m. so the
theater audience will be free
to hear the special 50-cannon
salute to the Union which will
begin at noon.


Curtis George, a veteran em-
ployee in the Canal's electrical
diivsion, will be featured spea-
ker at July 4 festivities in Ga-
tun. Another highlight of the
Gatun ceremonies wijA be thA
raising of a flag that has floW.
over the U.S. capitol in Wash-
ington, D.C.

Vance Howard, chairman of
the. Pacific Side Independence
Day Celebration, has anniounc-
ed that approximately $1,200 is
needed to finance' the overall
arrangements. Interested do-
nors may contribute by sending
check to the "Fourth of July
Celebration Committee, Box 41.
Balboa Heights."

The committee is working
with similar stateside commit-
tees in, the "Ring the Bells for
Freedom" project. At 1 p.m.
on July 4' an effort will be
made to have all church -and
chapel bells, all bells in govern-
ment buildings or under govern-
ment control, and all carillon
or public address systems play
bells for four minutes.


Former Zonian Vol. II No. 2 I-KILAT, JUNI-2, 196

Father Of Twins
Joseph H. White and his wife, Free Las Cruces Tour For Holiday
Miriam, both employees of the F


Supply and Community Serv-
ice Bureau and residents of Los
Rios, recently became the proud
-grandparents of twin girls, Wlj|o
Friday, June 2, to their son,
Joseph H. White, Jr., and his
wife. Lynda, in Denver, Colo-
rado. The girls have been
named Virginia Arlene and Ma-
rium Fay. The Whites received
the news by telephone from
their son that night.
The younger Mr. White, a,
1959 graduate of Balboa High
School and also a former stu-
dent at Canal Zone College, is
attending Regis College in Den-
ver, Colorado.


CHS Graduate


Has Heroine


Role In Fire
Miss Carlene Taber, a grad-
uate of Cristobal High School
and daughter of Cristobal Dis-
trict Fire Commander J. A.
Taber and Mrs. Taber, was
recently credited with possibly
saving the lives of three fellow
tenants in her Philadelphia
apartment house.
Miss Taber, who s m e 11 e d
smoke from a fire from her
apartment one floor a b o v e,
called firemen and awakened
three other occupants and the
four fled the building without
harm. The man in whose apart-
ment the fire occurred later
died of burns.
Miss Taber graduated from
CHS in 1954 and is now a nurse
at Pennsylvania Hospital in
Philadelphia. where she earned
the title of registered nurse
three years ago after six years
of training there.


-- --' -~ .~ -'


More than 700 people are ex-
pected to make four trips on the
Las Cruces through Gaillard Cut
on Independence Day.
Each of the four free tours
will start from the :Civil Affairs
Building in Ancon. Buses will be
provided by the Panama Canal.
A maximum of 200 people are
permitted on board each trip;
therefore, no one will be allowed
on board without a ticket. The
tickets can be obtained from the
Canal Zone Guide Service at Mi-
raflores. Gatun, or the Guide


desk in the rotunda of the Bal-
boa Heights Administration Build-
ing.
Hot dogs and cokes will oe
sold aboard the vessel. Be sure
to get your tickets in advance
from guides, specifying which
trip you want. Children under 12
must be accompanied by an
adult.
The first tour starts from the
Civil Affairs Building at 8 a.m.
and will end there at approx-
imately 9:45 a.m. The second


tour will begin at 1 p.m. frow
the Civil Affairs Building and this
tour will end there at appro*'
imately 2:45 p.m. The third trip
will start at 3 p.m. and will eni
about 4:45 p.m. Tour number
four, the final Las Cruces tour
of the day, will get under way at
5 p.m. and will end at approx-
imately 6:45 p.m.
Members of the Canal Zone
Guide -Service will be aboard the
boat throughout the day to des-
cribe the main points of interest
on the tour.


Pe m ni m u mA mmAle.


I,.


777








Page TWO SP IL LWAY 'June, 28 1963


CANAL ZONE t
POSrAGE ,












-VIA AIR MAIL



Air Mail Overprint


For Zone Envelopes


An interesting air mail enve-
lope went on sale at Balboa
Post Office last Saturday for
the first time and soon will
be available in all post offices
in the Canal Zone. This enve-
lope, which will be offered to
Canal Zone postal customers
until a supply of regulation 8-
cent air mail envelopes are
ready for distribution, is a re-
vamped, obsolete 3-cent enve-
lope, about 4 by 9/ inches,
with a 5-cent postage imprint
and the -words VIA AIR MAIL
on each envelope.
The imprint shows a sketch
of a ship in the Canal, with
palm trees in each of.the lower
corners. The original 3-cent
imprint, which s a y s "Canal


Zone Postage 3 cents" is at
the right. Be side it is the
postage imprint with "Canal
Zone Postage" at the top and
"50 Air Mail" at the bottom of
the sketch. Capital letters under
the two imprint read "VIA AIR
MAIL."
The imprinting was done at
the Panama Canal Printing
Plant, Mount Hope.
The Panama Canal Philatelic
Agency has a number of these
envelopes postmarked Balboa,
June 22. available to collectors
in addition to uncancelled im-
printed air mail envelopes.
Either cancelled or uncancelled
air mail envelopes are 9-cents
each.


Safe Boating


Week


Will Begin Sunday


A PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS recreational boating is playing an increasingly im-
portant part in the lives of millions of Americans who look to it
as. a means of maintaining physical vigor and mental alertness;
and
WHEREAS the resulting increased use of our waterways has
caused a corresponding increase in safety problems; and
WHEREAS this healthful outdoor activity can be enhanced
and loss of life and property reduced by adherence to safe boat-
ing principles; and
WHEREAS the Congress of the United States, in recognition
of the importance of such boating practices, by a joint resolution,
approved June 4, 1948 (72 Stat. 179), has requested the President
to proclaim annually the week that includes the Fourth of July
as National Safe Boating Week:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOHN F. KENNEDY, PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, do hereby designate
the week beginning June 30, 1963, as National Safe Boating Week.
In pursuance of the objectives of this Proclamation, I urge
all persons, organizations, and Government agencies interested
in recreational boating and safety afloat to publicize and observe
National Safe Boating Week.
I also invite the Governors of the States, the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico, and other areas subject to the jurisdiction of the
United States to join in this observance.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the' Seal of the United States of America to be affixed.
DONE at the City of Washington this twenty-sixth day of
February in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and,sixty-three,
and of the Independence of the United States of "America the one
hundred and eighty-seventh.
JOHN F. KENNEDY.


Summer Reading


Real boating enthusiasts are
safe boating enthusiasts so
they may have many more
years of boating. They're inter-
ested in statistics that can't be
compiled from accidents that
haven't happened.
It's on these bases that the
Canal Zone Pacific Power
Squadron is joining in observ-
ance of and calling attention to
National Safe Boating Week,
June 30 July 6.
The Canal Zone squadron
includes' members all across
the Isthmus and since being
chartered September 12, 1949,
has joined with other units and
the thousands of members of
the United States Power Squa-
drons in stressing educational,
navigation, and safety in pro-
grams and classes.
More than 160 were enrolled
in its last class. Benefits of the
Isthmian squadron's efforts ex-
tend far beyond its membership
to many others of the hundreds
of pleasure boat owners and
crews. The power squadron's
classes have included Spanish-
speaking students working on
a buddy system by which a
classmate translates, as class-
work and practical experience
training are in progress.
There was a drop in reported
power boat accidents last year,
but of equal importance are
these figures: Of 529 persons
who perished in the water in
the United States in such
mishaps, 441 had no lifesaving
device. Of the 166 in peril with
lifesaving equipment. 98 were
rescued.


For Young People Zone Geologists

Investigation


. Things To Do
Physical Fitness for Young Cham-
pions
Fun With Next to Nothing;
Handicraft Projects
Skin Diving Adventures.
Interesting People
Robert Goddard, Space Pioneer
Lawrence of Arabia
John F. Kennedy and PT-109.
Animals
By Quentih Reynolds is an autobiography of the noted sports Two Dog Biscu'Wtsr
and feature writer who became one of the best-known-.-a, e .---1Van O'War. ...
spondents of World War II... from stories Owlsin theFamily
covering the fp.-''- .. ooklyn Dodgers and the tragic Great Moments in History
Limd .-'-. I- Ipfi.g a's, reports from the South Pacific in We Were There With Cortes and
,.'Rst -Vorld War. This autobiography is as colorful as Mr. Montezuma
Reynolds himself. He writes with gusto of his successes and The 'Story of Ships
failures, his famous friends, and of many of his fascinating The Spanish Armada
personal experiences. America Sails the Seas
Plgim Cnrg Fro First


The Case of the Stepdaughter's Secret is the latest Perry
Mason story by Earle Stanley Gardner. The plot is presented in
Mr. Gardner's usual skillful fashion. Also, as usual, there is an
exciting denouement with an authentic court room scene. How-
ever, the stepdaughter's secret has an unusual twist that helps
to make this book one of Mr. Gardner's most effective mysteries.
The Doughboys, the Story of' the AEF, 1917 1918 by Law-
rence Stallings is an interesting piece of writing. As a veteran
of both World Wars, Mr. Stallings is able to. give authentic flavor
to his narrative with dozens of individual anecdotes which make
the story very real. The book describes each'of the main battles
in which Americans participated in World War I but with parti-
cular emphasis on the Battle of the Marne and of Belleau Wood.
The author collaborated with Maxwell Anderson in the famous
war play, "What Price Glory."
After the Fine Weather by Michael Gilbert is an excellent
story by a distinguished writer of mysteries and whodunits. In
the words of another famous detective story writer this latest
book of Mr. Gilbert is- "one of the all-time best of the world-
affairs-suspense-adventure novels." The setting is in the Tyrol
and has a diplomatic society flavor.
Murder a la Mode by Patricia Moyes, according to one of her
admirers, contains all the magnificent apparatus of a simon-
pure detective story. The plot develops in the nerve-wracking
city room of a famous fashion magazine just before the latest
news from Paris is about to break. Miss Moyes herself worked
for three years on a fashion magazine and so knows many of the
intriguing details of the business -world of high fashion.
The Shoes of the Fisherman by Morris L. West is a religious
novel and a most unusual one. It is particularly timely because
of the recent election qf Pope Paul VI by the College of Cardinals
in Rome. In Mr. West's novel, he places the reader in the Vatican
and in a similar situation with the, exception that the Cardinals
elect as Pope a middle-aged Ukrainian who has spent long and
tortuous years in a Red prison. The many problems which the
new Pope must meet include dealing with people within the
Vatican and in Rome, the U. S., Russia and other nations. The
attitude is entirely compassionate. The book is distinguished by
its subject as well as by its writing.


hand Account

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
(June 17 23)
Miraflores Locks ..... 1,743
Gatun Lbocks ......... 215
Las Cruces,
10 trips ........... 2,231
Reina Manuelita,
3 trips ............. 51
Passenger ships,
none ................ -
Other tours. .......... 27
GRAND TOTAL: ..... 4,267


One Year Ago

This Week
The most severe thunderstorm
of the year through June, a
24-hour rainfall, hit the Paci-
fic side, producing 2.54 inches
of rain. Little damage was
reported, despite the 21-mile
an hoir wind. The record
rainfall for the same period
was a 4.49 inch shower on
August 28, 1944.
Students from the School of
Diplomacy, University of Pan-
ama, got a first hand view of
the Panama Canal operation
when they visited Miraflores
Locks. Sixty students, ac-
companied by Dr. Julio Lina-
res of the University, made
the trip.


The World of Science
Hover Craft
The Wonders of Algae
The Boys' Third Book of Radio
and Electronics
8ird Nests
Turtles.
Stories for Quiet Hours
The Sun is a Golden Earring
Poppy Seeds
A Pet for the Orphelines
Return to Gone-Away
Beowulf; Retold
The Winged Watchman
The Secret of the Hawk.
Beginning.to-Read Books
Ahe You My Mother?
This is the House Where
Jack Lives
So Small
Animals in the Zoo


Chiriqui Quakes
Reports, of intensified seismic
activity from areas near Bo-
quete in Chiriqui Province, Re-
public of Panama, have caused
some concern by Chiriqui
Province residents.
Geologists from Panama
have consulted with Panama
Canal Chief Hydrographer W.
H. Esslinger and are now inves-
tigating reports of t h e r m a l
springs, subterranean detona-
tions, and seismic movements.
The seismograph at Balboa
Heights recorded a seismic
movement of "fair" intensity
Tuesday at about 6:44 a.m. in
the Boquete region.


A "Parent's Lament

Always we hear the plaintive cry of the teenagers:
"WHAT CAN WE DO? WHERE CAN WE GO?"
The answer is: GO HOME!
Hang the storm windows, paint the woodwork. Rake
the leaves. Mow the lawn. Shovel the walk. Wash the
car. Learn to cook. Scrub some floors. Repair the sink.
Build a boat. Get a job.
Help the minister, priest or rabbi, the Red Cross,
Salvation Army. Visit the sick. Assist the poor. Study
your lessons. And then when you are through-and not
too tired-read a book.
Your parents do not owe you entertainment. Your
village does not owe you recreation facilities. The world
does NOT owe you a living. You owe the world someth-
ing. You owe it your time and energy and your talents
so that no one will be at war, or in poverty, or sick, or
lonely again.
In plain, simple Words: GROW UP; quit being a cry-
baby; get out of your dream world; develop a backbone,
not a wishbone; and start acting like a man or a woman.
I'm a parent. I'm tired of nursing, protecting, help-
ing, appealing, begging, excusing, tolerating, denying
myself needed comforts for your every whim and fancy,
just because your selfish ego instead of common sense
dominates your personality, and thinking, and requests.
-(Author Unknown.I


, 'June, 28 1963


Page TWO


SPILLWAY









June, 28 do 1963 \S P I L L W A Y Page THREE


Marlin, Sailfish Tourney Starts July 13


Interested Canal employees are
urged to sign up as soon as pos-
sible for the 11th International
Marlin and Sailfish Tournament,
which will be held from July 13
to September 3.
The names of three individuals.
will be submitted by each or-
ganization,. Administrative and
General Staff, Civil Affairs Bu-
reau Engineering and Construc--
,tion Bureau, Health Bureau,
Marine Bureau, Supply and Com-
munity Services Bureau, and
Transportation and 'uTerminals
Bureau, to the committee not
later than July 10. Further in-
formation on this subject and
the process for determining who
will go on the various trips will
be explained in a bulletin to each
of the' organizations and their
sub-divisions.
Governor Robert J. Fleming is
entering the Panama Canal
launches Anayansi and Corbina
in the tournament. The Anayansi
is scheduled to make two trips
and the Corbina eight trips, each
of four days duration. Eight per-
sons can be accommodated on
each trip of the Anayansi and


six persons on each trip of the
Corbina.
Anyone who participated last
year is declared ineligible for
this year's drawing unless there
are insufficient applicants.
On the trips scheduled for the
Anayansi on August 17 through
August 20, and August 24 through
August 27, participation in the
tournament, will be opened to
women employees.
The schedule of trips, the
launch or launches paritcipating,
and the allocation of spaces are
as follows:
TRIP 1: July 13-16, Corbina:
Civil Affairs Bureau, 1; Engin-
eering and Construction Bureau,
1; Health Bureau, 1; Marine Bu-
reau, 1; Supply and Community
Service Bureau, 1; Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau, 1.
TRIP 2: July 20-23, Corbina:.
Administrative, 1; E. & C, 1;
Health, 1; Marine, 1; Supply and
Community Services, 1; T & T,
1.
TRIP 3: July .27-30, Corbina:
Administrative, 1; Civil Affairs,
1; Health, 1; Marine, 1; Supply


More Than 50



For Jaycee Toi


"y Ted WHiber
More than 50 players are now
entered in the 1963 JayCee Golf
Championship, to be played at
the Panama Golf Club course
starting July 8, the JayCee
Committee in charge has an-
nounced.
The entry list, growing larger
each day, threatens to surpass
the entry in 1962, when more
than 60 boys from all Isthmian
golf clubs competed in the an-
nual JayCee Golf tourney.
It previously has been an-
nounced that the championship
division will be for boys from
12' through 17 (who will not
reach their 18th birthday by.
August 15th.) The rule should
read that the championship
flight will be for boys from 13
through 17 and that the "pee-
wee" group (not competing for-
the team) will be composed of
boys 12 years of age and under.


As an added fillip oa the com-
petition, the committee says
the boys in the championship
g r o u p will have opportunity
to compete in a driving contest,
to be held before the competi-
tion starts, and in which the
winner will receive an award.
All trophy awards in the 1963
competition will be presented
through the courtesy of the
Benevolent and Protective,
Order of Elks', Lodge No. 1414,
of Balboa. This announcement
was made yesterday by Bob
Boyer, Past Exalted Ruler of
Lodge No. 1414. and continues
the custom set at the first com-
petition.
The final entry date for all
players will be. July 5. All com-
petitors must have submitted
their name and handicap\ to
the respective clubs not 1 s"".
than next Friday.
It is expected that many of
the 1962 competitors will again


and Community Services, 1; T
& T, 1.
TRIP 4: August 3-6, Corbina:
Administrative, 1; Civil Affairs,
1; E & C, 1; Marine, 1; Supply
and Community Service, 1; T &
T, 1.
TRIP 5: August 10-13, Corbina:
Administrative, 1; Civil Affairs,
1: E & C. 1: Health. 1; Supply


Seagram's Team Takes


Second Spot In Loop


Youngsters

Gymnasiums at Diablo, Bal-
boa. Gamboa. Ancon, Gatun,
Margarita and Coco Solo open-
ed their-doors Monday to U.S.
school youngsters for free su-
pervised play during the sum-
mer vacation .
Approximately 250 energetic
boys and girls are now taking
part in! activities at the- Balboa
gym. The Balboa staff, made
up of sports supervisors Stew
'Brown, Herb Raybourn and De
Witt Meyer. student aids John
Bateman, Margaret Stevens,
Tom -Mallia and Paula Leftrid-
ge, and Barbara Marohl, re-
creation assistant, is in charge
of organizing and supervising
activities.
The gym offers a varied pro-
gram of basketball, tumbling,
badminton, volleyball, new-
comb, girls basketball, ping
pong, kickball and battleball.
Archery, football, softball ,-
army bal! and weight condi-
tioning also are offered.
IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO
SIGN UP for the summer pro-
gram. Interested students who
have not done so may sign up
at any t me. preferably as soon
as possible, at the gymnasium
office.
The areas each gymnasium


Enjoying


Summer Play

can draw from for competition
purposes was altered slightly
from last year: Ancon-West
Bank, Quarry Heights, any U.
S. Canal Zone School student
residing in Panama; Diablo-
Albrook, Curuhdu, Ft. Clayton,
Los Rios; Balboa-La Boca, Ft.
Amador, and 15th Naval Dis-
trict.
The schedule for the summer
recreation program is as fol-
lows: Until August 26, formal
program; August. 26 to August
30. supervised free play.
Major dates for the various
tournaments have been estab-
lished for the current summer
program.
Only one tourney is set for
July-Independence Day swim-
ming meets at Gatun and Bal-
boa. August is the big month
for tournaments, wit h nine
scheduled.
On August 2 there is a table


Program

tennis tournament at Gatun;
four days later there will be
a foul-shooting tournament at
Gamboa. On August 9 a volley-
ball tournament is scheduled
at Coco Solo.
An archery tournament is. set
for August 13 at Margarita and
on the following day the Junior
Olympic preliminaries will be
held on each side of the Isth-
mus.
Basketball then takes the
spotlight, with a boys tourna-
ment at Balboa on August 16
and a girls tourney at. Diablo
on August 20. The following day
there will be a public exhibit
of gymnastics and other sum-
mer activities at Coco Solo and
Balboa.
To round out the -tournament
chain for the summer, the
Junior Olympics are scheduled
to be held at the Balboa Pool
on August 23.


Paula Leftridge, student aid at the Balboa Gym during the sum-
mer recreation program for U.S. school youngsters, organizes and
conducts activities for the younger set who are participating in
the program. Here Miss Leftridge plays a game of "cat and
mouse" with some of the children.


June, 28 de 1963


and Community Service, 1; T & LEAGUE STANDINGS the Carmen had built up too
T, 1. as of June 25 much of a lead.
TRIP 6: August 17-20, Corbina: *Ron Cortes 6 1 .857 For the losers, John Cronan
Administrative, 1; Civil Affairs, *Seagram's VO 5 2 .741 1 had 15, Bill Young hit for 11, and
1; E & C, 1; Health, 1; Marine, *Gordon's Gin 4 3 .571 2 Dick Gayer and Jack Corrigan
1; T & T, 1. *White Horse 3 4 .429 3 each had 10. Jennings Rogers,
TRIP 7: August 24-27, Corbina: Peugot 404 2 5 .286 4 playing an outstanding offensive
Administrative, 1; Civil Affairs, Four Roses 1 6 .143 5 and defensive game, hit 25 points
1; E & C, 1; Health, 1; Marine, and grabbed round after he-
1; Supply and Comumnity Ser- still have a chance to win bound in the winning cause. He
vice, 1; T'& T, 1. first half. was followed by Lewis French
vIc, 1; Ags -*with 11, and Bob Sanders and
TRIP 8: August 31-Septem- Dale Stevens, who each had 10.
ber 3, Corbina: Civil Affairs, 1; NEXT WEEK'S GAMES F ourt h place White Horse split
E & C, 1; Health, 1, Marine, 1; Monday Fourth place White Horse split
Supply and Community Service, Gordon's Gin vs. Seagram's its two games this week, losing
1; T & T, 1. 6:30 p.m. to Seagram's, 58-54, and defeat--
W1; T & T, 1. hite Horse vs. Four Roses ing previously unbeaten Ron Cor-
TRIP 9: August 17-20, Ana- 8 p.m. tes in a runaway, 75-52. In the
yansi: Spaces reserved for eight Tuesday Cortes game. Al Osborne hit for
women employees of the Canal. Ron Cortes'vs. Peugot 404, 27 points and played a fine def-
-TRIP 10: August 24-27, Ana- 6:30 p.m. ensive game. He was closely fol-
yansi: Spaces reserved for eight Gordon's Gin vs. White Horse, lowed by Ray Nesbitt with 22.
women employees of the Canal. 8 p.m. Arnold-Meanning hit 10 for the
Wednesday winners.
Seagram's VO vs. Peugot 404, The loss of Reyes proved the
6:30 p.m. decisive blow, for very few re-
Ron Cortes vs. Four Roses, bounds were -taken by Ron Cor-
8 p.m. tes. Roy Culbreth, slowly regain-
) Thursday ing his form of last year, had 14
No Games Holiday for the losers, while Herb Ray-
bourn, Cortes captain, hit for 11.
--0- White Horse is three, games be-
Seagram's VO, pre-season pick hind the league leaders.
for third place, won two games Peugot 404 seems to have snap-
this week to move into second ped out of its slump. The black-
place behind Ron Cortes in the clad Carmen rolled over Four
CYRCA League. Roses, 72-66, .with Stevens hitting
The green-cl ad Seagram's 21. Jennings Rogers had 13, Ron-
lay m the tornamnt squad defeated White Horse, 58- nie Mead, 11, and Bob Sanders
play in the 1963 tournament 54,. with Tom Murphy, Willie had 10 for the winners, who had
3thrnu-7 h group mla rersnt Engelke, and a surprising Tom to go into overtime to beat the
3-thru-7 group may represent Mallia hitting 15, 13, and 10, res- Rosemen. Then, despite a 16-
Panama at the International pectively. Ray Nesbitt provided point third quarter lead, Peugot
JayCee Tournament to be. held the only White Horse spark with barely squeeked by Gordon's Gin,
in Midland, Texas, on August 20 points. Then coach Bert 67-66, with Rogers hitting for 25
20,23, the competition is ex- Joyce's ,quintet went romping points. The two wins, after five
pected to be intense. over Four Roses, sending the straight losses, moves the Car-
Such 1962 team members as losers to the cellar in the league. men out of the league cellar.
Jeff Riley and Craig Stoudnor, Never once were they behind as Gary Dunsmoor's Four Roses
Jim Riley, Peter Dehlinger, they rolled up a 66-55 win. En- squad lost to Peugot 404, 72-66,
Sammy Scribner, Bobby Duran gelke hit 23 for the victors, with and to Seagram's, 66-55. In the
and many other top players Charlie Newbury and Tom Mur- first game, the Rosemen took the4
from the 1962 group will be phy chipping in 20 and 16, res- 404s'into overtime, but couldn't'
competing for one, of the four pectively. pull out the victory. Ken Ander-
places on the 1963 team. Gary Collins paced the Rose- son and Wally Trout each had 15
Grover Matheney. a member men with 20, while Mike Pe- for the losers. They were as-
of the 1962 team and winner of trowski contributed 14 to the los- sisted in the scoring by Mike Pe-
the 1962 International Tourna- ing cause. Murphy did a fine job .trowski (12) and Gary Collins
ment of the'International Jay- on the backboards for Seagram's. (11).
Cee at the Spring Valley G.C., Gordon's Gin, captained by In the second encounter, Collins
at Huntington. W. Va., and John Riley, lost its partial hold and Petrowski were unable to
"C h i p p e r" Purdy, the low on the number two spot in the score enough to counteract Sea-
scorer of the 1962 local JayCee league as a result of a 67-66 loss grams' Engelke-Newbury-Murphy
Chartpja'ships are now over to Peugot 404. The Ginners made trio. The two losses, giving the
the aa ft6 -rfime--try---to-- after Rosemen a 1-6 mark, dropped
competing in the tournament, trailing most of the game, ;but themrifit stl ace in the league.


S P I L LWAY


Page THREE









fage FOUR


'SPILL WAY


June, 28 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Reading the bulletin board at Balboa High
School provided the magic carpet from the
Canal Zone to the land of castanets and
castles for Mrs. Ruby Miriam Bissett, High
School Spanish teacher, who is on her way
to the University of Valladolid in Burgos,
Spain, where she will study the next few
months under the International Exchange
Program on a Fulbright Grant.
A booklet on "Teacher Exchange Oppor-
tunities" on the High School's bulletin board
attracted Mrs. Bissett's attention and she
sent in her application. That was last year,
and she was summoned for an interview at
Miami. to many had applied that it wasn't
until this year and another application that
she received *the letter saying she had been
accepted.
The qualifications for' acceptance in the
Fulbright Award program might have been
a description of' Mrs. Bissett. Among the re-
commended requirements were "a genuine
interest in the culture and educational system
of another country; well-qualified teacher
with ability and desire to interpret American-
education and life abroad and, above all, a


person adaptable and willing to adjust to an
environment different from the one to which
accustomed."
Mrs. Bissett, whose husband is E. G.
Bissett, supervisory management officer for
the Panama Canal Supply Division, was born
in Birmingham, Alabama. She is a graduate
of Howard College, Birmingham, and also has
attended the University of Mexico.
During World War II she taught at a
boys' military academy in Mobile. Then she
attended the Women's Missionary U n i on
Training School, now the Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary in Kentucky, and spent
eight years in Baptist Mission work at Gua-
dalajara, Mexico.
She attended Mexico City College and in
1954 went to Europe on a vacation trip.
Traveling on the "Queen Mary" she met her
husband. In fact, she recalls with a smile,
they were assigned the same table in the
dining room.
The wedding took place in Birmingham
and she came to the Isthmus as a bride in
May 1956.
Mr. and Mrs. Bissett first resided in Ga-
tun and she started substitute teaching in the
Canal Zone School Division. When Mr. Bis-
sett was transferred to the Pacific Side of
the Isthmus, she taught in Grade 3 at the
Kobbe Elementary School and then trans-
ferred to Balboa High School as a teacher of
Spanish.
In 1961, Mrs. Bissett attended the National
Defense Education Institute for S p a n i s h
teachers at UCLA, Los Angeles.
This year's trip to Spain?
Mrs. Bissett left the Isthmus- by plane
late in June en route to New York for orienta-
tion and a meeting with other members of
the group of 50 college and high school.Spanish
teachers who are to study in Spain on, the
Fulbright grant.
The group will stop in Madrid, Spain, and
then go .on to Burgos where the conference
is scheduled to open July 4. Classes are
scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from
5 to 6 p.m. An examination will be given at
the close of the courses and each one at-
tending will receive a diploma attesting to
attendance at the Summer Seminar for Amer-
ican Teachers of Spanish.
When classes are over, Mrs. Bissett will
travel in Europe, including a visit to a pen pal
in Helsinki and a visit to the family of a friend
she knew in Guadalajara. She will return to
the Canal Zone the end of August.


(emnte em Me NtCfia ppesite Pae

GILBERTO NORORI, a Pan- JUAN MAGAN, m il k e r at
amanian resident of Colon, had Mindi Farm, has lost all track .
always wanted to be 'a fireman of the number of cows he's Film Classic
and a' boyhood ambition was milked during his 24 years'
fulfilled when he was accepted service with the Panama Canal, Showing S t
as Panama Canal firefighter, all as a milker. The famous Russian, movie
For six years he was a fire-
man at the Cristobal Fire Sta- When he started work the "Protemkin" will be shown at
tion and wistfully he says "1 milking was done by hand and the Panamanian 'Institute of
loved that job." he says an average of 40 cows Art in the Panamanian
ovThen came a reduction in per day were milked. Then Teachers' Union Building in

number of Panama Canal fire- came mechanization and a re- Panama City at 8 p.m., July 3.
fighters and he was transferred evolutionary speed up to 200 for this exclusive local sboyt
to the Motor Transportation cows per da _. ,-.-- fr-tise xlAEusnu"itea :ssion
Division as a chauffeur.. Wa. owp .. w ents per .n
this iob.ou Ioesquite Juan is a native of the little will be 50 cents per pern.
a bi8M 7velling-from ocean Panama town of Maria Chiqui-
to ocean-which- is a trip no ta and received his first train- M aIil SrViCe
other chauffeur in any other n h i nativ
place than the Canal Zone can ing at a farm in his native Guiana
make, he notes, town. To Br. Guiana


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in British Guiana it has been
necessary to suspend mail ser-
vice, including money order ser-
vice, from the United States and
the Canal Zone to that country.
Until further notice, articles
and parcels, presented for mail-
ing to British Guiana will be re-
fused.


SPILLWAY
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is an official publication of the
Panama Canal, Balboa Heights,
C. Z. News articles contained in it
are made available to all interest-
ed news media 'for whatever use
they may wish to make of them
and may be reprinted without of-
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Republic of Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE
Robert I. Fleming, Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
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in the SPILLWAY should be receiv-
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fice no later than Tuesday after-
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Urgent material can be received
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week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mail material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
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I.:


Weekday Matinees


Weekday matinees at Canal
Zone Theaters start at 2 p.m.,
except at Gamboa, where they
begin at 6:15 p.m. The admis-
sion prices for Balboa and Coco
Solo are: adults, $.45; children,
$.25. At Gamboa and Margarita
the prices are: adults, '$.35;
children, $.20.
PROGRAM
BALBOA: July 2,- "Merry
Andrew"; July 3, "Bandit of
Zhobe"; July 9, "Oklahoma
Territory"; July 10, "Gidget
Goes Hawaiia n"; July 11,
"Hey, Let's Twist".
COCO SOLO: July. 2, "Okla-
homa Territory"; July 3, "Gid-
get Goes Hawaiian"; July 4,
"Hey, Let's Twist"; July 9,
"Bandit of Zhobe"; July 10,
"Daughter of Rosie O'Grady";
July 11, "Merry Andrew".
MARGARITA: July 2, "Hey,
Let's Twist"; July 3, "Okla-
homa Territory"; July 4, "Gid-
get Goes Hawaiian"; July 9,
"Merry Andrew"; J u 1 y 10,
"Bandit of Zhobe"; July 11,
"Daughter of Rosie O'Grady".
GAMBOA: July 8, "Gidget
Goes Hawaiian".


j


SHOWS
MERRY ANDREW: Danny
Kaye-Pier Angeli: Shy school-
master joins circus, falls in
love with an aerialist, and be-
comes a clown sensation. In
color, 110 mins.
BANDIT OF ZHOBE: Victor
Mature: Romantic adventure
filmed under the Eastern skies.
In scope and color, 86 mins.
DAUGHTER OF ROSIE 0'
GRADY: June Haver-Gordon
MacCrea: Re-creating the ro-
mantic and musical nostalgia
of. vaudeville days. In color,
\110 mins.
OKLAHOMA TERRITORY:
(Western) Bill Williams: An
Indian war averted by one
man's honor. 88 mins.
GIDGET GOES HAWAIIAN:
James Daren-Deborah Walley:
There's hea ps of Hawaiian
moonlight when that surfboat
sweetheart falls off the deep
end for those groovy guys. In
color. 108 mins.
HEY, LET'S TWIST: Joey
Dee-Jo An Campbell: A "Twist-
ing" musical telling how an
Italian's two sons turned their
father's old fashioned New
York restaurant into a "Twist
Temple". 86 mins.


Retirement


Party Set


For July 3

A retirement party for George
P. Fullman and Walter J.
Wilkenson, both employees of
the Water & Laboratory Branch,
will be held at the Balboa Elks
Home on Balboa Road the
evening of July 3.
A buffet dinner will be served
at 7 p.m., with tickets at $3
per person. Drinks will be
available at your own cost.
Dress is sport shirt. Those in-
terested in attending may con-
tact Owen Smith or Mrs. Ger-
trude Roberto at 2-1490 or Wil-
liam Hollowell at 3-1226.
Mr. Fullman will retire on
June 30 and Mr. Wilkenson on
July 31.



Astronauts


Commend


Zone Guide
Frank Azcarraga.of the Ca-
nal Zone Guide Service has a
letter he'll long prize as a result
f the recent visit of the 16 U.
3. astronauts to the Isthmus.
During their stay here, sev-
aral of the astronauts visited
Miraflores Locks, with Mr. Az-
carraga as one of the guides
who explained the operation to
them.
Last week, Frank received
a letter signed by Scott Carpen-
ter, John H. Glenn, Jr., James
A. Lovell, Elliot See, Jr., and
John Young. in which they said,
"The tour was most impressive
and it was a privilege for us
to have such a good' explana-
tion of its history and opera-
tion."



Coming


Events

June 28-30-Cristobal L i t t I e
Theater will present the
comedy "Blood. Sweat,
and Stanley Poole" at 8
'-:--j.. at F r a-n c e Field
Little Theater.
June 29-Fiesta of San Pedro
in Los Pozos and La Co-
lorado.
July 4-U.S. Independence Day.
July 6-The Panama "Theater
of Art" will present at
he National Theater a
-lay entitled in Spanish
"LAS ARPIAS." (The
Shrews) a melodrama by
Ediza N. Moreno. The
interpreters of this
Theater study the Stanis-
lawsky method acting.
July 5-7- Cristobal Little
Theater presents the com-
edy "Blood. Sweat, and
Stanley Pool e" at the
France Field Little
Theater at 8:00 p.m.
July 8-10-Annual Conference of
Navy Mission Chiefs.
July 13-Meeting of Board of
Directors of Panama Ca-
nal in Washington, D.C.
July 12, 20-"Miss P a n a ma"
contest at the Panama
Hilton Patio to select Pan-
ama's representative to
the Internationalk Beauty
Congress in Long Beach,
California, in August.
July 15-General meeting of
Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group at Train-
ing Center, 9:30 a.m.
JULY 15-Benefit concert spon-
sored by Latin American
Scholarship Committee in
Balboa High School Activ-
ities Building at 8 p.m.
July 15-19-Fourth Conference
of the American Armies,
Fort Amador.


SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Man To Man
3:45-Sunday Sports
Spectacular
5:00-This Is The LHe
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30 Exploring
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
Review
8:00-Candid Camera
9:30-What's My Line
10:00-Merv Griffin
10:30-Alumni Fun
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Jack Pooaar

MO7IDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Tenn. Ernie Ford
5:30-American Musical
Theater
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Global Zobel
7:00-Bienvenido
7:15-Air Force Story
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Movietimne -
"Four in A Jeep"
10:30-Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5.00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 Golf With The
Ladies
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith o
8:00-Garry Moore 'how
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Heritage of Freedom
9:45 Steve Allen
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.
WEDNESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05--Shari Lewis
5:30-Concert Hall
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Around and About
7:15-Newsreel
7:30 Flight
8:00-Perry Como
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Wire Service
10:00-Tonight
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc; Garry Moore

THURSDAY
4:50--Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-Science In Action
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Showcase
7:30-All-Star Golf
8:30 Willy
Southeast Asia
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Happy Birthday
America
10:00 Sing Along With
Mitch
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Circus Time
6:00-4 Star Edition -,
6:35-Report
7:00-College Bowl
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
Fenster
8:00 Another Evening
With Fred Astaire
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Price Is Right
9:30-I've Got A Secret
10:00-Jack P&ar Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Friday Night
Theater "Gay
Intruders"

SATURDAY
:00o-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00 Saturday Matinee -
"Four In A Jeep'*
5:00-Willy
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN News
9:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00-Steve Allen Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Enc. Another
Evening With
Fred Astaire


W.







"QUE ABURRIMIENTO
iNO TENEMOS NADA QUE HACER!
Con frecuencia se escuchan estos lamentos de labios de
nuestra juventud modern, liena de ENUIE, falta de direc-
trices, rumbos y metas.
Se aburren y fastidian y andan como a la deriva y con
desgano. Pululan por las r6as al encuentro de otros igual-
mente sumidos en el hondo desencanto que produce el ocio.
La holgazaneria en nada salisface y si desorienta y aburre
hasta la irritaci6n.
Por eso a veces pensamos que acaso resultase mejor
buscar a nuestro derredor para encontrar fuentes de inte-
r6s, algo que ocupe nuestras energies y sea un reto a flues-
tra ansiedad creative.
Aqui mismo, en la casa, por ejemplo, hay un c6mulo
de quehaceres provechosos y entretenidos. Veamos... el
gozne de la puerta. tiene un chirrido que clama por la ac-
ci6n del aceite; la cerradura no ajusta bien y podemos pro-
bar a repararla; la ventana no cierra; .las aldabas requie-
ren atenci6n; una manita de pintura daria mas luz al cuar-
to; hay una gotera facil de reparar...
Afuera?... Precisa cortar el c6sped, lavar el carro,
reparar la cerca, podar las plants.
,Se es muier? Tantas prendas precisan surcir; el arte
culinario es realmente fascinante; el trabajo social pide
nuevas manos; el Hospital del Nifio acogeria nuestra ayu-
da; los enfermos, los pobres, los ciegos, los huerfanitos re-
claman un poco de nuestra atenci6n y carifio.
Y luego .. hay tanto que leer, que aprender! iC6mo
aburirse en un mundo asi? Tanto por hacer! Tanto que
aprender!...
El don de la juventud nos fue dado para utilizarlo: ora
en el propio provecho, ora en el del pr6jimo. Seria un cri-
men desperdiciar nuestras energies, nuestro talent, cuando
tantas cosas lo reclaman.
"No hay nada que hacer, qu6 aburrimiento" es solo
para los imbeciles, los tontos y quienes no merecen ese don
divino de la juventud que Dios nos diera para aprovecharlo
en algo 6til. Recordemos que mariana ya no seremos
j6venes... !


LA FAMILIAR


DEL VICEGOBERNADOR


la primaria de Falls Church,
Virginia y sus nifie- estm Traif
atendiendo classes.
David Parker, de 19 afios,
cursa el primero del Colegio
William and Mary de Williams-
burgo, Virginia, tomando un
curso en artes liberals; Bru-
ce, de 16, serA Junior en la es-
cuela secundaria de Balboa y
su hermano Stephen, de 14, in-
gresari al primer anio. La ini-
ca hija, Anne, de 12 afios, in-
gresarA al s6ptimo grado de la
Escuela Intermedia de Diablo
Heights.


Abordo del MSTS Geiger arri-
b6 ayer a Crist6bal la sefiora
esposa del vice-Gobernador,
David S. Parker, a quien acom-
paliaban sus tres hijos y una
hija. La familiar del vice-Go-
bernador cruz6 el Istmo en
tren. La familiar del Coronel,
Parker, quien reemplaz6 en su
alto cargo al Brigadier Gene-
ral Walter P. Leber, permane-
ci6 en los Estados Unidos has-
ta la terminaci6n del afio lec-
tivo a fin de no entorpecer 16s
studios de los hijos.
La Sra. Parker dictaba cur-
sos de 3er. grado en la escue-


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Al Fondo del
4 de Julio
Vance Howard, quien presi-
de el Comite encargado de los
preparativos para. la celebra-
Oi6n del 4 de julio en, el lito.
ral pacifico de la Zona del Ca-
nal ha manifestado que se ne-
cesitan aproximadamente $1,200
para los arreglos generals.
Las personas 'que desearen
contribuir a este fondo pueden
hacer sus envios dirigi6ndose
"Al Comit6 de Celebraciones
del 4 de julio, Box 41, Balboa
Heights, C. Z."
El Comit6 trabaja en con-
junci6n con otros similares de
Estados Unidos en el proyecto
de '"T,*r las campanas de la
Li ,es realiza..
,4i exactamente aa una d a
tarde el dia 4 de julio cuando
se espera que tafiiran las cam-
panas de todas las iglesias y
templos y de todos los edifi-
cios publicos que las tuvieren,
durante 4 minutes.


m-.... a..B.... .. .
30 SIMPATICOS CHIRICANITOS majaron desde David, bajo los aus-
picios del Club de Leones de esa ciudad, y fueron hudspedes de las
Damas del Canal de Panamd quienes les ofrecieron un almuerzo en
la Casa de Hudspedes Tivoli a los alegres davidefios, quienes repre-
sentaban a los 70 limpiabotas de esa ciudad. Los visitantes, lucien-
do uniforms hechos de tela khaki donado por las Damas del Canal
de Panamd, gozaron de un paseo por aguas del Canal abordo de la
lancha Reina Manuelita I y vieron una cinta documental sobre la gran
via interocednica, visitando, tambidn las esclusas de Miraflores, es-
coltados por el senior Van Bueren, del Servicio de Guias de la Zona
del Canal. En la grdfica aparecen los j6venes turistas.



4 Vidas Salv6 Miss C. Taber
A la sefiorita Carlene Taber, tualmehte es Enfermera Regis-
hija del Jefe de' Bomberos del trada en el Hospital de Penn-
Distrito de Crist6bal y sefiora sylvania, di6 la alarma al oler
de J. A. Taber. se le atribuye humo, dando aviso a los bom-
el haber salvado la vida a tres beros y despertando a los veci-
inquilinos en la casa de apar- nos, logrando los,.-.-
tamiento donde ella misma ha- donar s ?.'- '
bita en Filadelfia. -a --- ,. n^r inmo, en cuyo
La sefiorita Taber,:, i" *to se origin el incendio,
2grasd ,l-;sTeIa Secunda- pereci6 mis tarde a causa de
rf de Crist6bal en 1954 y ac- las quemaduras recibidas.


SEMANA DE SEGURIDAD EN

LA NAVEGACION A BOTES


Los entusiastas del deported
de navegar en botes son. por
regla general, cautelosos y sa-
ben que navegaran mayor nfi-
mero de afios en relaci6n di-
recta con el interns con que ob-
serven las reglas de seguridad.
Para ello estudian tablas de ac-
cidentes que no ban sucedido.
La Escuadrilla de la Zona del
Canal esti celebrando, bajo es-
tas bases, ]a Semana Nacional
de Seguridad en la Navegaci6n
de Botes, del 30 de junio al 6
de julio.
La Escuadrilla local abarca
a miembros de todo el, Istmo
y desde su organizaci6n el 12


de septiembre de 1949, se ha
unido a otros grupos que inclu-
yen millares de las escuadri-
Hlas de los Estados Unidos que
propugnan cursos de adiestra-
. miento en la' navegaci6n y la
observancia de las medidas de
seguridad.
Los uiltimos cursos fueron
atendidos por mAs de 160 per-
sonas.
Vale observer que de 529 per-
sonas que perecieron en el agua
en los Estados Unidos el afio
pasado, 441 no tenian equipo de
salvavidas; de las 166 en pe-
ligro, pero con salvavidas, 98
se salvaron.


FRANK A. BALDIWN, jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n del Canal de Panama, ofreci6 una intere-
sante platica en el auditorio de la Escuela Normal "Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena" en Santiago
de Veraguas a inicios de la semana. Alumnos del quinto y sexto grados y sus maestros escucha.
ron la charla del senior Baldwin que fue ilustrada con proyecciones fijas a colors. En la grifica
aparece un grupo de normalistas acompauiados de la sefiorita Holda Sanchez, miembro del Servi-
cio de Guias de la Zona del Canal, y el Vice-Director Jos6 Dominguez, de la Normal.


CELEBRACIONES DEL 4 DE JULIO


Vistoso despliegue de arte pi-
rot4cnico se prepare, tanto en
Balboa cuanto en Margarita, den-,
tro del program de celebracio-
nes con las cuales se conmemo-
rarA el Dia de la Independen-
cia de los Estados Unidos.
Las celebraciones se efectua-
rhn simulthneamente en tres lo-
calidades, Balboa, Gatfin y Mar-
garita, donde los festejos son
auspiciados conjuntamente por
los moradores de esa poblaci6n
y los de Coco Solo.
AdemAs de las ceremonies tra-
dicionales de izar la bandera,
discursos, mdsica y juegos in-
fantiles, en Margarita se inclui-
rA algo nuevo: una replica de la
torre de salto para paracaidistas,
que serA erigida por el Octavo
Grupo de Fuerza Especiales para
uso de la muchachada.
Cada nifio que salte de la to-
rre recibira un certificado, es-
tampado con ]a firma del Octa-
vo Grupo de Fuerzas Especia-
les y HALO.
Otra atracci6n especial para
este 4 de julio la habran de cons-
tituir las 4 excursiones por el


Corte de Gaillard que se ofrece-
rAn abordo de la lancha Las Cru-
ces. Los viajeros partirAn del
edificio de Asuntos Civiles, en
Anc6n, para cada excursion. La
organizaci6n facilitarA buses pa-
ra su transport, pero se advier-
te a quienes desearen realizar
la excursion que deben proveerse


de boletos, no inporta qu6:edad
tuvieren.
La lancha Las Cruces pueden
transportar 200 personas por
viaje y por ello se exigiran bo-
letos que pueden obtenerse del
Servicio de Guias en Miraflo-
res, o en Gatun o en la rotun-
da del edificio de Administra-


ci6n en Balboa Heights.
Abordo se pondrAn a la venta
refrescos y "perros calientes".
Los viajes -partirAn del edifi-
cio de Asuntos Civiles a las 8
a.m.; 1 p.m., 3 p.m. y a las 5
p.m. y duraran como una hora
cuarenta y cinco minutes cada
uno.


[I CijuniuI ole Pmrmiaus"e


PILL


Vol. M No. 2


AY


Miembros del IServicio de
Guias haran de cicerones abordo.
El Orador Principal en las ce-
lebraciones de Margarita-Coco
Solo lo serA el Vicegobernador
David S. Parker. Las ceremo-
nias empezarAn a las 9 a.m., si-
guiendole un desfile.
El Cuerpo de Bomberos de
Col6n, Repdblica de Panami,
participara en las celebraciones,
ofreciendo su Banda un concier-
to.
El el litoral pacifico correspon-
dera al General George L. Mabry
ser el orador principal durante
las ceremonies, que se efectua-
rin en el teatro de Balboa.
Los actos empezaran a las
11:30a.m., para dar lugar a que
los asistentes puedan escuchar
el saludo de 50 canfonazos que se
dispararAn al medio dia.
Curtis George, un veteran de
]a Division de Electricidad del
Canal de PanamA, sera el ora-
dor de fondo durante las celebra-
ciones del 4 de julio en Gat6n.
Otra atracci6n que solo se ofre-
cerA en Gatin sera1 el iamr
pabell6n que antes ondeara sobre
el Capitolio de Washingto, D. CA


LLEGO


VIERNES 28 DE JUNIOR, 196 '






.Junto 28 de 1963


\P~aina DOS P1 L L W A Y


MANUEL QUINTERO R., Ingeniero Civil
al 'servicio de la Divisi6n de Ingenieria del
Canal de Panama,'recibi6 de manos del Go-
bernador Interino de la Zona del Canal, Da-
vid S. Parker, un certificado por actuaci6n
sobresaliente y un cheque por $200 en cere-
monia Ilevada a cabo en el Edificio Admi-
nistrativo en Balboa Heights. Quintero reci.
bi6 el premio por su labor en los trabajos
de reemplazo de viviendas en la Zona del Ca-
nal. El fue uno de los 44 empleados del Ca-
nal de Panama en el sector Pacifico que re.
cibieron premios de acuerdo con el Programa
de Premios por Incentiva. Quintero tiene 12
afios de estar trabajando con el Canal de
Panama, en la misma division, desde que se
gradu6 como ingeniero en la Universidad de
Panama. Es casado, tiene 5 hijos y reside
en la ciudad de Panama. Es miembro de
ia Sociedad Panamefia de Arquitectos e In-
genieros. En sus ratos de ocio se dedica a
las artes manuales, tales como carpinteria,
mecanica, etc.


Ojo Al Pizarron: Puede


Ser Su Alfombra Magica


La Profesora de Castellano
de ensefianza secundaria, dofia
Ruby Miriam Bissett, debe su
viaje a Espafia a no desesti-
mar los boletines que aparecen
en el pizarr6n de vez en cuan-
do.
Pasando un dia por el corre-
dor en la escuela secundaria
de Balboa. la sefiora Bissett
observ6 un folleto que se titu-
laba "0 p o r t u n idades para
Maestras de Intercambio". Des-
pubs de leer lo que decia, so-
meti6 su solicitud y mAs ade-
lante fue llamada para una en-
trevista en Miami.


Hubo tantas solicitudes que
solo despuds de un afio de es-
pera recibi6 contestaci6n afir-
mativa y bajo el Programa de
Intercambio Internacional de
Fundaci6n Fulbright, se dirige
ahora a la Universidad de Va-
lladolid, en Burgos, Espafia.
La sefiora Bissett es casada
con E. G. Bissett, funcionario
de la superintendencia de la Di-
visi6n de Abastos del Canal de
Panama; naci6 en Birminham,
Alabama y se gradu6 en el
Howard College alli, atendien-
do luego la Universidad de M&-
xico.


Gracias... Muchas Gracias...


Hemos recibido para su pu-
blicaci6n una amable misiva
La carta en menci6n es del
tenor siguiente:
CORPORATION DE INDIGE-
NAS Y AGRICULTORES DEL
RIO BALSA Y AFLUENTES.
Sefiores
Directores del
Panama Canal SPILLWAY,
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
Estimados sefiores:
La Corporaci6n de Indigenas



DE INTEREST PRA

LOS FILATELISTAS,
Una curiosidad filatelica vie-
ne ocupando la preferente aten-
ci6n de los coleccionistas uilti-
mamente. Se trata de un sobre
puesto a la venta por primera
vez el sabado pasado en la ofi-
cina Postal de Balboa. El so-
bre en cuesti6n ha sido habili-
tado para la correspondencia
area mientras llega una nue-
'va remesa de los usuales de a
8 centavos.
Es un sobre largo, estampa-
do con timbre de 3 centavos y
ya obsolete al que se le ha re-
validado con una estampilla
adicional de 5 centavos; sdbre-
impresas aparecen las palabras
"VIA AIR MAIL".
El estampado muestra una
nave en el Canal y palrneras
en -los bordes. La leyenda orn-"


y Agricultores del Rio Balsa
y Afluentes en el Darien y el
Dispensario de Primeros Auxi-
lios expresan sulmAs efusivas
gracias a las siguientes insti-
tuciones:
World Medical Relief C.A.R.E.,
B.P.O.E., 1414, Balboa
Balboa Heigh. School,
The Canal Zone Red Cross
y a todos los ciudadanos norte-
americanos que individualmen-
te cooperan para hacker un 6xi-
to la Operaci6n Amistad, exten-
diendo los lazos democriticos
de Fraternidad sincera. que
unen a Panami con su gran
hermano y vecino Nortefio.
En la complete verdad y
obra de Dios y el Gristo. eter-
namente agradecidos,
Harold Baker Fernandez,
Colaborador Voluntario
de la Mision.
Jorge X. Isaza Aguilera,
Secretario General.

ginal que reza "Canal Zone
Postage 3 cents." queda en la
esquina superior derecha. Al
lado va la estampilla corriente
de 5 centavos.
El estampado fue hecho en
la imprenta.Ae Mount Hope. La
AgenciaFilat6lica del Canal de -
Panama tiene una cantidad de
estos 'sobres cancelados en Bal-
boa el 22 .de junior y otros sin
cancelar para los coleccioriis-
tas que los .quisiesen. Precto:
9 centavos cada uno.


La banda del 776 de la Fuerza A6rea, Albrook, que actualmente anda en jira por 5 nacio-
nes suramericanas, sera una de las tres que toca ran en el Concierto de Beneficencia que sera ofre-
cido por el Comit6 de Becas Latinoamericanas en -el sal6n de.actos de la escuela securidaria de
Balboa, el lunes 15 de julio a las ocho de la noche.
La banda, que tan efi ientemente dirije el capitin Melvin A. Huyett, ha visitado varies pai-
ses iatinoamericanos durante el pasado afio, tocando en'32 conciertos ante una audiencra calcu-
lada en mas del mill6n y medio de personas. La banda tiene just fama local, gracias a su mag-
nifica colaboracion en actividades civicas y culturales.
El Comit6 de Becas Latinoamericano se complace en invitar al public a este concerto qtue
promete dar una nota de altura.
Los boletos se pondran a la venta desde el martes, 2 de julio, en los siguientes lugares: Cen-
tro de Beneficencia Hebreo en Balboa; los almacenes de Balboa y de Paraiso; el Centro de Ser-
vicios Cumunales de Santa Cruz, la iglesia de San Pablo en Panama o comunicandose con los se-
fiores Fawcett (telofono 4-309) u Osborne (tel6fono 2-1897) o cualquier otro miembro del Comit6.



Termina Manana la Semana


De Las Muchachas Guias

Concluye mariana sabado 29 la Semana de las Muchachas Guias que este afio se observ6 eon
inusitado 6xito en Panama.
Entre los numerosos events con que se festeji6 la semana se destacan la excursion por aguas
del Canal, abordo de la lancha Las Cruces; la solemne misa oficiada en Betania, con la cual se
inici6 la semana citada; los tres programs especiales que le fueron dedicados por cada una de lhs
televisoras del Istmo (inclusive la del Comando Sur del Ej6rcito) y la concentraci6n que se reali-
zarA en el local de las Colonias Infantiles, de Verano mantenidas por el Club de Leones en la
transistmica.
La Semana de las Muchachas Guias se ob serva anualmente en Panama, participando en al-
gunos de los actos las Girl Scouts de la Zona del Canal ya que existe el mejor entendimiento entire
los grupos internacionales del scoutismo.


EXHIBITION ANNUAL


DE FOTOGRAFIAS


La Camara Club del Pacifico
celebrara su Tercera Exhibi-
ci6n Anual de Fotografias en el
Centro Civico de Pedro Mi-
guel. La exhibici6n quedarA
abierta desde las 3 de la tar-
de del jueves 4 de julio.
La ocasi6n marca tambi6n
el cuarto aniversario de funda-
ci6n del Club.,Este afio se exhi-
biran sobre todo trabajos foto-
Sraoalizados por aficio-


nados durante el pasado afio.
La exhibici6n abarca fotogra-
fias del reino animal, asi como
de la rica flora tropical y esce-
nas de la vida local, retratos,
etc.
Los miembros del Club estin
sumamente atareados en su
empefto de montar una exhibi-
ci6n digna de la de afios an-
teriores que tantos elogios me-
recicron.


Grupo de Girls Scouts de Panama y de Balboa despues de la misa del domingo en Betania,
a done fueron invitadas con motivo de celebrarse la Semana de las Muchachas Gtuias en Panamai.
Asistieron Girls Scouts de Balboa a quienes puede verse en la vista durante el desayuno
ofrecido despu6s de la misa.
Estas invitaciones se hacen como un inter/cambio de amistad international.
El lunes las gulas de Panama, fueron invitadas por las de Fort Kobee para un paseo por el
Canal con las guias visitantes de MiamL


,Pl L LW A Y


\Piaina DOS












-*- FAJA LIGERA EN JUEGO


El titulo de la division livia-
na del Istmo, estari en dispute
el domingo 7 de julio en el tin-
glado de la Arena de Col6n,
cuando se midan en combat a
doce (12) asaltos los pugilistas
Stanley Wilson y Esteban San-
tamaria.
Rodolfo "T i t o" Marshall,
quien era el campe6n de la
categoria, abandon el titulo al
viajar a los Estados Unidos, y
es el segunido titular de la mis-


ma division que deja vacant
la corona al v!ajar al gram pais
del Norte; el otro fue Jorge
"Avisp6n" Quintero.
Wilson ostenta ya un triunfo
sobre Santamaria, pero el ilti-
mo regres6 hace poco de Lima,
Perd, en donde celebr6 dos pe-
leas, en los cuales sali6 victo-
rioso sobre el chileno Luis Azo-
car y el campe6n peruano de
la division, Loretto Castillo.


El Profesor CARLOS A., VAZ JR., hasfa hace poco Director Interino de la scuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, di6 el saque inicial en :a inauguraci6n del. campeonato intercolegial de f6tbol, de las Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal en' el cuadro de Paraiso, el viernes ul1timo: por la
tarde, ante numerosa concurrencia. El choque inaugural estuvo a cargo de los oncenos de las Es-
cuelas Secundarias de Rainbow City y Paraiso, que termin6 empatadb sin anotaci6n, despubs de
ton refiido encuentro en el cual ninguna de las metas pudo sei perforada por los delanteros de am-
bos oncenos.


SIGUEN BUENOS PROGRAMS

EN EL BOXEO AFICIONADO


El boxeo, aficionado de Col6n
tiene preparado otro excelente
program, para el pr6ximo do-
mingo en la Arena de Col6n,
en cuyo tinglado se estn ,pre-
sentando todas las semanas
buenas peleas entire los aficio-
nados.


La cartilla del domingo, que
consta de cinco combates, es
la siguiente:
Jorge Sanguillen vs.
Carlos Mariano
119 lbs.
Carlos Harris vs.
Arnulfo Romero
112 lbs.
Johnny Powlett vs.


Roberto Javier

Chilango G6mez vs Carva al ElpdG6ndola
R odrigo Allen vs.


y Miranda Contra Mo o
M. n Piloteando
un CESSNA

El Domingo En El Gimnasio vaaE.U.A.
s ~El capital James Adams,


Dos pugilistas mexicanos harin su estreno en Panami el domirfgo 30 de junio en el Giminasio
National, durante una programaci6n international de boxeo presentada por el nuevo empresario ,
Enrique Edgar Montenegro.
Ambos boxeadores son de la categoria mosca y se medirin con pugilistas panamefios. El
mexieano Mauro Miranda medirA sus fuerzas con el local Manuel Moreno, mientras que el azteca
Sa~lador "Chilango" G6mez peleara con el campe6n mosca del Istmo, Pedro Carvajal.
Los dos encuentros principles de esa noche estin pactados a 10 asaltos y peso mAximo de -
112 libras.



II TORNEO INTERNATIONALL IESTA DE3
L DESPEDIDA


El Onceno Torneo Internacio-
mal de Merlines y Pejespadas
se celebrara este afio del 13 de
julio al 3 de septiembre. Las
inscripeiones, estan abiertas y
cada organizacion (la Adminis-
trativA, la del -Ramo de Asun-
tos Civiles, la de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n, la de Salubridad,
la de Marina, la de Abastos y
-Servicios Comunales, la de
Transportes y Terminales) so-
meterin una terAa al Comitd
a mis tardar el 10 de julio.
En su oportunidad se pondra
en circulaci6n un boletin ofre-
ciendo mayores detalles y ex-
poniendo quienes iran en los


distintos viajes; ese boletin se
facilitari a cada organizaci6n.
El Gobernpdor Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., inscribirf las lan-
chas Anayansi y Corbina en el
torneo. La Anayansi realizarA
dos viajes y la Corbina 8 de 4
dias de duraci6n cada uno. La
Anayansi tiene acomodos para
8 y la Corbina para 6
Quienes participaron en el
torneo del afio pasado no son
elegibles para participar este
aio, a no ser que se produje-
sen vacantes.
En los viajes que, hard la
Anayansi del 17 al 20 de agos-


to y del 24 al 27 de agosto se
darn cabida a las mujeres par-
ticipantes en el torneo.
Para la distribuci6n de aco-
modos por entidad consulate el
itinerario en la secci6n ingle-
sa del SPILLWAY.


Para despedir a George F.
Fullman y Walter J. Wilken-
son, ambos empleados del Ra-
.mo de Acueductos y Laborato-
rios, que estAn a punto de ju-
bilarse, se ha organizado una
fiesta que tendrA veificativo el
3 de julio venidero a las 7 p.m.
en la Sede de los Elks. en Bal-
boa. La entrada es de solo


President del A6reo Club de
Albrook y miembro del Club
Aereo Civil de la Zona del Ca-
nal, podria convertirse en el
primer miembro de su organi-
zaci6n que realice un vuelo en
avi6n liviano desde la Zona del
Canal a los Estados Unidos.
Acompaiado por su esposa
Helen (maestra en la escuela
primaria de Los Rios) e hijo de
solo 5 afios de edad, el capitAn
despeg6 el jueves de France
Field, piloteando un Cessna 170,
recien adquirido por el. El in-
tripido aviador espera pasar-
se unas seis semanas en los
Estados Unidos an es de volar
de regreso al Istmo.
SEl Cessna 170 tiene un radio
de vuelo de como 500 mills,

$3.00, inclusive el buffet. Tam-
bi6n se expenderAn bebidas a
quienes las desearen adquirir.
Traje: camisa de paseo o de-
porte. Para mayores informes
comunicarse con Owen Smith
y/o Mrs. Gertrude Roberto al
tel4fono 2-1490 o con William
Hollowell al 3-1226.


HINES Y FRANCIS SE

MAIDEN ESTA NOCHE

,Para esta noche se adelant6 el encuentro de
boxeo entire el campe6n ligero junior de Jamaica,
Wesley Hines, y el campe6n pluma del Istmo, Beris-
ford Francis, a un limited de 10 asaltos en el Gimnasio
National y con peso maximo de 128 libras.
La pelea. fue sefialada originalmente para el
domingo 23 de este mes, pero en vista de que Hines
no IIeg6 al Istmo con los cinco dias de anticipaci6n
requeridos por la Conmisi6n de Boxeo Profesional de
Panama, el impresario decidi6 aplazar el encuentro
hasta el 14 de julio. Luego el jamaiquino anunci6
inesperadamente su llegada para el jueves ultimo y
no hubo mas remedio que sefialar el encuentro para
esta noche, en vista de que el domingo habri tambi6n
program de boxeo professional on el Gimnasio Na-
clonal.


EL VIERNES pasado se inici6 en el Gimnasio de ia Escuela de Parafso el campeonato femenino
intercolegial de tennis de mesa con tres partidos entire representantes de las Escuelas Secundarias
de Paralso y Rainbow City. En la fotografia apa recent las competidoras del ultimo partido del dia,
Ana Archibold, (a la derecha) de Rainbow City, quien venci6 a Anastasia Lewis, de Paraiso, per
21-6 y 21-6. En los otros partidos, Elida Clinton, de Rainbow City, super6 a Wilma Julie, do Pa-
rafso, por 21-16, 19-22 y 21-15, en tanto que Eleanor Millet, de Parafso, venci6 a Carlota Clinton,
de Rainbow City, por 25-23 y 21-18.


de MERLINES yPEZESPADAS


S P I L L W A Y


June 28 1963


P69ina TRES










Junior 28 de 1963


, SPILL WA Y


PAgina CUATRO


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

Documental
Panamefio Panameho
Show del Mediodiaod
Cine en su Casa
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
La Nueva
Generacion
Jitazo Royal
Rodeo
Ciudad Desnuda
Un Paso al Mdls
Alla
El Buen Pastor
Teleteatro

LUNES
Carnaval do
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
IDick Tracy
Noticias
Superman
Supersonicos
Ajedrez Fatal
Foro de Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:30
2:00
2:15
3:00
4:30
5:00
5:45
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
S:00
9:00
10:00
10:15


Carnaval dc,
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Roy Rodgers
Biografia
Fred Astaire
Present
Imperio del Oeste
Noticias
Teleteatro


MIERCOLES


Carnaval de
Cartones
Notictas
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta d4 Estrellitas
Dibujos Animados
Noticias
Buggs Bunny
Blanquita Amaro
Surf Side 6
Robert Taylor
Nick Charles
Noticias
Teleteatro
JUEVES


12:00 Carnaoval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie So
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mu
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la
5:45 Fiesta de Estl
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Extraio Mun<
Pantano
7:30 International
Time
5:30 La Hora Onci
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

VIERNES,
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Se
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mu
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la
5:45 Fiesta de Estr
6:00 El Cegato 1
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Hombre del F
7:30 Picapiedras
8:00 Boris Karloff
9:00 El Fabricante
ticias
9:30 Mantovani
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Sala de Proy
10:45 Teleteatro


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SABADO
Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Teleteatro
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Sarao de Teved6
Mundo-de la Muler
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Combat
Ben Casey
Sam Benedict
Noticias
Teoleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Toda per la Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 Sdlvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazatias del Espa.
cio.
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 Alegrtas Inbtntiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Ley del Rev6olver.
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin- Tin
8:00 Legion Extranjera
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipica
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 riteres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8
(vive, musical)
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 El mercer Hombre
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Iniantiles
12:15 Dtariao de 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 C6mlcas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
a:00 C6micos y Cancio-
nes.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Noricias
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 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
8:00 La H o r a Orange
Crush
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
,VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias IntanUles
12:15 Jet Jackson
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 Annie Oakley
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 U legrlas infantiles
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 Guana-
juato
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Club Infantil Televito
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 Suspense
10:00 Noticas
10:15 Pelicula


I I


-GElNTE EN LA NYOTICIA


JUAN PERALTA, el segundo
estudiante del Instituto Nacio-
nal de Agricultura en Divisa,
Repdblica de Panama, que com-
plet6 un period de entrena-
miento de 10 semanas en la Ha-
cienda Mindi, ha regresado a
Mindi como empleado del Ca-
nal de Panama y ordefiador.
Peralta regres6 a su pueblo na-
tal Chitr6 en abril de 1962 des-
pues de terminar su entrena-
miento en la Hacienda Mindi
y luego complete su duod6cimo
ano escolar en el Instituto de
Agriculture de Divisa. Su am-
bici6n es ser veterinario y es-
pera conseguir una beca en Te-
xas; mientras tanto cree que
puede aprender mas en la Ha-
cienda Mindi en la Zona del Ca-
nal, ademAs de ganar dinero
al mismo tiempo. El vino origi-
nalmente a Mindi a trav6s de
un program cooperative entire
la escuela de Divisa y la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal.


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GILBERTO NORORI, un panameno -que
reside en Col6n, quiso ser siempre bombero
y su ambici6n de la nifiez fue cumplida cuan-
do fue aceptado como bombero del Canal de
Panama. Durante seis ainos fue bombero en
el Cuartel de Bomberos de Crist6bal y media.
tivamente dice "Me gusta ese empleo".
Luego se produjo una reducci6n en el nd-
mero de bombers del Canal de Panama y
Gilberto fue trasladado a la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor como conductor. Con este em-
pleo realize muchos viajes de oc6ano a
oc6ano los cuales solamente pueden hacer
a menudo los conductores de la Zona del Ca-
nal, segun sostiene 61.


Potemkin en

El Cine Club

Del I. P. A.

La afamada pelicula "Pro-
temkin" sera o f r e c i d a el
mi6rcoles 3 de julio por el
Cine Club del Instituto Pana-
meifo de Arte en sus salones
del edificio del Magisterio
Panameujo Unido en la urba-
nizaci6n Obarrio, Panama.

El discutido film fue traido
especialmente de Bogot6, Co-
lombia, para su exhibici6n
local exclusivamente por el
Institute.
La proyecci6n sera gratui-
ta para los socios del Insti-
tuto pero sus invitados y
otras personas que deseen
ver la cinta pagarAn 50 cen-
tavos do admisi6n. '


JUAN MAGAN, ordefiador en la Hacienda Mindi, ha perdido ya
ia cuenta de la cantidad de vacas que ha ordefiado durante sus
24 arios de servicio con el Canal de Panama como orderador.
Cuando comenz6 a trabajar se ordefiaba a mano y dice que se
ordefiaban unas 40 vacas diariamente. Luego vino la mecaniza-
ci6n y un aumento revolucionario de 200 vacas por dia. Juan es
oriundo del pequefio pueblo de Maria Chiquita en la Costa Atlin-
tica y recibi6 sus primeras practices en una finca de su pueblo
natal.




CALENIARID BIE EVENTS

J UNION 0

28 al 30-El Pequefio Teatro de Crist6bal present la comedia "Blood,
Sweat and Stanley Poole" en el teatro de France Field a
alas 8:30 p.m. las tres noches.
28-Pelicula de largo metraje: Asociaci6i Panameiio-Norte-
americana 8 pm.
29--Fista de San Pedro en Los Pozos 3 La Colorada.

J ULIO
4-Anivergsai't-de- i nde via doe Estados Unidos.
4 Canal 8-10 de la SCN-TV pre-es e en el program
"showcase, de 7 a 7:30 p.m. la obra "Souti-Pk4ific".
5-Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela (1811) -- -
5 al 7-El Pequefio Teatro de Crist6bal present la comedia "Blood,
Sweat and Stanley Poole" en el teatro de France Field a
las 8:30 p.m. las tres noches.
6-E-- Teatro de Arte present "Las Arpias" en el TeAro Na-
cional. Melodrama de Ediza N. Moreno.
12 y 20-Concurso para escoger a ]a "SEMORITA PANAMA" en el
Hotel PanamA Hilton.
14-Dia de la Toma de la Bastilla (1789).
15 al 19-Cuarta Conferencia de Ej6rcitos Americanos en Fuerte
Amador.
16 al 21-Fiesta de la Virgen de la Candelaria en Taboga culminando
con la procesi6n maritima a las 9 de la mafiana del dia 21
Servicio continue de lanchas a Taboga.
18-Fiesta Nacional de Espafia.
20-Aniversario de la Independencia de Colombia (1810).
21 Fiesta Nacional de Bdlgica (1830).
22 Aniversario de la Liberaci6n de Polonia.
26 El Theatre Guild present "South Pacific" en el teatro
de Anc6n a las 8 p.m. diariamente hasta el 10 de agostoq
except el 28 de julio y 5 de agosto.
28 Aniversario de la Independencia del Peri (1821).


Hace un ano...

La torment mAs several se
produjo durarite el mes de ju-
nio con fuerte caida de lluvias
que se prolongaron por 24 ho-
ras en el literal pacifico, pro-
duciendo 2.54 pulgadas de agua.
A despecho de los fuertes ven-
tarrones de 21 millas por ho-
ra se registraron pocos dafios.
El record de precipitaci6n de
lluvias se registry durante el
mes de agosto con 4.49'pulga-
das.
Estudiantes de Diplomacia
de la Universidad de Panama
fueron hubspedes del Canal de
Panami visitando por orime-


ra vez las esclusas de Miraflo-
res. Acompafi6 al grupo de 60
universitarios el Profesor Dr.
Julio Linares.


VISITANTES DE
LA SEMANA

Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1.743
Esclusas db Gatin ... 215
10 viajes de
Las Cruces ........ 2.231
3 viajes de
Manuelita I ........ 51
Otras jiras ........... 27

GRAN TOTAL: ...... 467


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