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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: July 3, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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,. PART OF LAST YEAR'S JULY 4 PARADE IN BALBOA
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that theq are endorsed b4 their Creator

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Gala Fourth of July


Observance


Fireworks tomorrow evening
will put the finishing touches on
Canal Zone festivities marking
,the 187th anniversary of Amer-
ican Independence, the 60th such
observance by Americans in the
Canal Zone.
Three Canal -Zone programs
are scheduled for tomorrow in
civilian communities. The pro-
grams, at Balboa, Gatun, and a
.combined Coco Solo-Margarita
project in Margarita, will clude
traditional flag-raising ceremo-
nies, guest speakers, music, food,
.and games and movies for the
children.
The unusual makes the scene,
tomorrow for young and old
alike. At Margarita, a 34-foot re-,
plica parachute training tower-
has been erected by the 8th
Special Forces Group.:
This parachute jump for ,the.
kiddies, through the courtesy of
the military, will be open to chil-
dren of all ages. Tomorrow's


"trainees" will receive certifi-
cates signed by the 8th Special
Forces Group (Airborne), HALO
(Hight Altitude Low Opening)
free fall parachutists. The jump
is a replica of the same device
used in the training program for
parachutists.
Those who have not had an op-
portunity to make the trip
through Gaillard Cut will have,
such a chance tomorrow. There
will be four free trips made by
the Las Cruces, a Canal Zone
launch, through the Cut. .
. All tours will start from- the
Civil Affairs Building in Ancon.
Transportation will be provided
by the Panama .Canal. Everyone:
who desires to make the trip
MUST HAVE'A TICKET, regard-
less of age.
A maximum of 200 people is
allowed on board at one time.
Therefore, no one will be per-
mitted to board without a ticket.
Tickets have been available from


the Canal Zone Guide Service
at Miraflores, Gatun, and the
Guide desk in the rotunda of the
Administration Building, a n d
there is the possibility that a few
tickets may still be available.
Hot dogs and cokes will be sold
aboard the vessel. Children un-
der 12 must be accompanied by
an adult.
The first tour starts from the
Civil Affairs Building at 8 a.m.
and will terminate there, at ap-
proximately 9:45 a,m,, The first
of three tours in'.the 'afternoon
begins at, 1 p.m. and will end at
approximately 2:45 p.m. The
third trip will start at 3 p.m. and
will end about 4:45 p.m. The
final Las Ciuces tour will get
under way at 5 p.m. and will
end at approximately 6:45 p.m.
Following is the schedule of
events for the three communities
holding Independence Day cer-
emonies tomorrow:


PROGRAMS


Balboa
Festivities in Balboa open up
with a horse show by the Cur-
undu Riding Club "at. 8:30 a.m.
in Balboa Stadium. At 10:30 a.m.
the V.F.W. will sponsor a parade
through Balboa. With "General
George L. Mabry, a Medal of
Honor winner, as guest speaker,
the patriotic exercises will get
under way at 11:30 a.m.
Three Medal of Honor win-
ners w ill participate -in the
parade. Gen. George Mabry,
guest speaker, will be accom-
panied by William Badders,
Panama Canal diver, and Sgt.
Jake Lindsey, from Company
A, Ft. Clayton. They will ride'
in separate vehicles preceding
the parade and all will appear
on the reviewing stand. The
parade also will be honored by
the presence of two Spanish
War veterans. Charles F. Wil-
liams and Jacob Bernson.
At noon the U. S. Army will
give the traditional 50-gun sa-
lute to the nation. At 1 p.m. the
Army Atlantic Sports Parachute
Club will put on -a sky diving
exhibition at Albrook Air Force
Base.
Chairman Vance Howard has
announced that the 1963 Pacific
side celebration theme will be
"Let Freedom Ring." The com-
mittee is working with similar
stateside committees in the
"Ring the Bells for Freedom"
project. An effort is being made
to have all church and chapel
bells on government buildings or
under government control, and
carillon or public address sys-
tems play bells for four minutes,
starting at 1 p.m.


An Air Force plane with a
special loudspeaker system is
scheduled to circle the east and
West bank communities on the
Pacific side playing chiming
bells. The plane is slated to
come from Detachment 3 of the
First Air Commandos. The Pa-
cific Side Committee is coordinat-
ing this project with Atlantic side
communities.
,At 2 p.m. there will be a swim-
ming meet at the Balboa Pool
(despite conflicting times 'an-
nounced for this exent, the Elks
have given 2 p.m. as the time
for the feet) -and free movies
for children with Canal Zone
privileges at the Diablo Theater.
Fireworks beginning at 7:30
p.m.,, will climax July-4 festiv-'
ities on the Pacific side.

Gatun
Curtis George, one of the ol-
dest mainstays in Gatun and an
active civil.worker, will be guest'
speaker as the Gatun ceremonies
commemorating I n d e pendence-
Day. Mr. George is a veteran
employee of the Canal's electric-
al division.
The highlight of the Gatun pro-
gram will be the annual flag-
raising ceremony at 11 p.m. at
the Civic Council Building by the
local Boy Scouts. As a special
note, the flag to be raised is one
that has flown over the U. S.
capitol in Washington, D. C. It
was acquired by Louis Damiani,
a local union representative, who
does much of his work in Wash-
ington. He sent the flag to his
wife with instructions to lend the
flag to organizations for such oc-
casions.


Following the flag-raising and
the program, a dinner, free to
all Civic Council members, will
be held at noon. In addition to
games for all ages, a free ma-
tinee at the Gatun Theater has
been scheduled for children at,
2 p.m. There also will be an
swimming meet at the Gatun
Pool at this time.

Margarita
John T. Burns announced that-
activities in Margarita will open
with a parade, featuring the
Colon bombers, from Margarita
Avenue to South Margarita School
at 8:45 a.m. Patriotic exercises
will be held from 9-9:30 a.m.,
-with Lieut. Governor David S.
Parker giving the main address.
The program will include a
flag-raising ceremony and a 50-
round salute to the nations. From
9:30-10 a.m.. kiddies -rides will
be available for children. Also
at this time the 776th Air Force
Band will present a concert. The
replica parachute jump, with
certificates, will be open to all
-in the vicinity of South Margarita
School from 10:30 to 11 a.m.,
along with fire engine rides for
youngsters.
From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. there
will be a beef barbeque at the
Elks Bohio in Margarita. From
11:30 to noon, to build up the ap-
petites, there will be a tug-of-
war contest.
Free movies for the children
will be held at the Margarita and
Coco Solo theater at 2 p.m. A
band concert, from 6 to 6:30
p.m., will be the final event be-
fore the traditional fireworks dis-
play at Margarita.


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Vol. II No. 3 WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1963



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A replica of a parachute training tower, complete with certifi-
cates showing that the "trainees" have completed the course,
will offer added enjoyment to the children who venture to Marga-
rita tomorrow. The jump, courtesy of the military, will be open
from 10:30 to 11 a.m. near the South Margarita School. Chairman
John T. Burns has announced that ceremonies at the combined
Margarita-Coco Solo festivities in Margerita will get under way
at 8:45 a.m. with a parade from Margarfia Avenue to.South Mar-
garita School.


11 Thursday










SP'?L LWAY July, 3 1963


Schools Division


Eght Hours Of Noise-Free Sleep


Announces Changes Needed By Modern Man, ProfSays
NMd d By-'. / Mo e 'PofS


Charles A. Dubbs, Assistant
Superintendent, Latin American
Schools, who has worked more
than 15 years with the Canal
Zone Division of Schools, will
transfer July 7 to a United
States elementary school prin-
cipalship, the Superintendent of
Schools has announced.
Alfred E. Osborne, Supervi-
sor of Instruction, Latin Amer-.
ican Schools, will succeed Mr.
Dubbs as Assistant Superinten-
dent, Latin American Schools,
and Ellis L. Fawcett, Principal,
Paraiso High School, will move
to the position of Supervisor of
Instruction, Latin American
Schools.
Mr. Dubbs studied at Ball
State Teachers College and
Indiana University, and receiv-
ed his bachelor's and master's
degrees at the former school.
In the Canal Zone Division of
Schools he has been principal,
supervisor and assistant super-
intendent of the Latin American
Schools.
Alfred Osborne received his
bachelor's degree from the
University of Chicago and his


The Coco Solo Community
Health Center will be open from
8 a.m. to 12 noon beginning, Mon-
day, July 1, through Friday, July
12, instead of the usual afternoon
hows.
On Monday, July 15, the regu-
lar afternoon heors, 1 to 5 p.m.,
wilt be resumed.


master's degree in administra-
tion and supervision fr o m,,
Teachers College, Columbia
University. He has served with
the Schools Division as teacher,
principal, and supervisor. He
is treasurer of the Latin Amer-
ican Scholarship Cbmmittee;
member of the budget and al-
locations committee of the Ca-
nal Zone United Fund'; mem-
ber of the board of trustees,
Canal Zone Committee for Aid
to Handicapped Persons; and
is designee of the Civil Affairs
Director to serve on the Advi-
sory Pardon and Parole Board.
Eflis Fawcett received his;
bachelor's and master's degree
in education from Central Con-
necticut State College. New
Britain. Conn. He has been
President of the Paraiso Civic
Council from its inception, and
has served as President of the
Congress of Latin American
Civic Couneils. He is President
of the Latin American Scholar-
ship Committee, chairman of
the Canal Zone Tuberculosis'
Association and a member of
the Canal Zone United' Fund
Executive Committee.


The COmmunity- Health Centers
at Margarita and Gatun will be
open during the week from 1 to ,5
p.m., and will handle any type of
preventive medicine requirement
or public health service for the
Coco Solo community during the
two-week period that the Coco
Sole Community Health, Center is
open only mornings.


CIRCUS

TO.



The world-famous Berlin
Circus hased
-! Siiperformances i n the
Balboa Theater on July I2L
12I and 13.



Acts will Rinclude a
high-wire performance
bomt. the overhead of the
theater and on-stage acts
by acrobats and jugglers,
a bicycle group, and the
good circus clown., with
his laughs for al


The show will play !ourmiew

Thursday, 8 p.m.
Friday Matinee, 2:301 p.m.
Friday Evening, 8 pnm.
* Saturday Morning, 10 a.m.








SEE YBU AT THE CIRCIUS


REPRINTED FROM
NEUE RUHR ZEITUNG
Eight hours of sleep without
irritation of noise from the out-
side world is required by
modern man to be fully able to
withstand the worries and bur-
dens of the next working day,
Hamburg scientist Professor
Hans Harmsen recently said at
a meeting of the Arbeitsring,
fuer Laermbekaempfung (Work-
ing Committee for Noise Sup-
pression) in Mannheim.
Professor Harmsen holds that
many people underestimate the
necessity of a long sound sleep.
Even slight noise could impair
the depth of sleep.' Professor
Harmsen recommends above
all that older couples should
have separate bedrooms. He


po, in ted out that if either
married partner had the habit
of going to bed late, or of read-
ing in bed. this and similar
causes of noise will impair the
depth of sleep of the other
partner.
The sleeper need not even
wake up by the noise- every
noise irritation produces a re-
duction in the depth of sleep.
Even at a distance of one yard
the human brain will acoustical-
ly record every whispered word,
even if the sleeper does not
awake.
Professor H a r m s.e n said
genuine tranquility at night in
densely populated residential
a r e a s was unfortunately no
longer assured. Many people,
for these reasons, felt extreme-


Annual Exhibit

Of Camera Club Tso e S
To 0 Juy A The Class of '35, Silve
Snow Rainbow City), will
next Wednesday. July 10


Tie Pacific Camera Club's
third annual photo exhibit will
open at 3 p.m., July 4, in the
Pedro Miguel, Civic Center.
This year's display marks,
the fourth anniversary of the
elfbh and will feature the pho-
tographic work of a m ate ue r
cameramen during the past
year. The exhibit will include
pictures of animal life, plant
life. portraits, local scenes, and'
other subjects of human. inter-
est.
Members of the c l ub are
working to make this year's
photo show an even better
show than lost year's event,
which drew wide acclaim.


COMING


er City
1 meet
, at 7


p.m, in the Rainbow City High
School. The purpose of the meet-
ing will be to make plans for
their fourth reunion party, which
will take place in October. Of-
ficers are asking all concerned to
be on time so that business may
be completed in time to allow
those' from the Pacific side to
catch the 10 p.m. train for the-
return trip.




New Schedule


For Cristobal

The Panama Canal Water
Transportation Division has pre-
pared a schedule of the SS Cris-
tobal for the next 15 months.
During the coming fall-winter-
spring seasons the vessel will lay
over at New Orleans for a few
days on three occasions. The
fii'st of these will commence *on
October 3, 1963, at which time
the SS Cristobal will be drydock-
ed for its regular annual inspec-
tions and painting. The other
periods will be during Christmas
week and just before Easter.


Leave
New Orleans
4 p.m.
JuMy 7
July 18
Jly 29'
Aug. 9t
Aug. 20
Aug. 31
Sept. 11"
Sept. 24
Oct. 15
Oct. 29
Nov. 12-
Nov. 2
Dee. 10
Dee. 31
Jan, 13
Leave
New Orleans
I p.m.
Jan. 28
Feb. 12.
Feb. 25
Mar. 10
Mar. 311
April 14'
Leave
New Orleans
4 p.m.
April 28
May 9
May 20
June 1
JTune 13
June 25
July 7
July 18
July 29
Aug. 9
Aug. 20
Aug. 31
Sept, 23
Sept. 1


Arrive'
Cristobal
7- a.m.
July 11
J3dy 22
Aug. 21.
Aug. 13'
Aug. 24L
Sept. 4',
Sept. 15
Sept. 29.
Oct. 19
Nov. 2
Nov. 16
Nov. 30'
Dec. 14
J-an. 4
Jan. 17
Arrive
Cristobal
7 a.m.
Feb. 1
Feb. 16-
Feb. 29
Mar. I14
April 4
April 18-
Arrive
Cristebal'
7 a.m.
May 2
May 13
May 24'
June 5
June 17
June 29
July 11
July 22
Aug. 2
Aug. 13
Aug. 24
Sept. 4
Sept. 15
Sept. 27


ly tired- and fatigued next morn-
ing, instead- of feeling refreshed,,
all, due to' a lack of real sleep,
Hamb ur g architect Dr.
Reichow, who once again em-
phatically propagated, the old-
f-a s h i o, n e d box-type -double
window during the meeting,
which alone could prevent the
noise of roads and of the stair-
case from penetrating into the
home, said the inevitable noise
from children's playgrounds
' and from parking lots should
be suppressed. by sound-absorb-
ing protection walls covered
with small trees and shrubs;
as- the recent project of this
type in the Limes suburb near
Frankfurt had been so success-
ful in achieving this aim.


LETTERS TO

I THE EDITORS


Gentlemen:
The Corporation of Indians-
and Agriculturalists of the Rio-
Balsa and- tributaries, in Da-
rien Province, and the First Aid,
Dispensary wish to e o n v e y
their heartfelt thanks to the
following institutions: World.
Medical Relief, C.A.R.:E; B.P.
O.E., 1414,, Balboa; Balboa. Iffgh
School; Canal, Zone Red Cross;
as well as to citizens of the:
United States who individuallyy
contribute to make Operation.
Friendship a big success, thus
tightening the democratic- fra-
ternal bends that bind Panamai
with its: great northern Brothelr
and Neighbor.
In complete faith upon the
work of the- Lord Christ we
remain eternally greatful,
Harold Baker Fernandez,
Volunteer.
Jorge X. Izasa Aguilera,
Secretary.


Schedules are available at the
Water Transportation Division of-
fice in Cristobal or at the Trans-
portation Section, Balboa- Rail-
road Station.


Leave
Cristobat


3
July-
July-
Aug. "
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct. -
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.


p.m..
12.
23-
14
25

16
29-
20'
3
17
1-
15
5
19


Leave
Cristobal
3 p.m.
Feb.
Feb. 1
Mar.
Mar. 1
April
April 1
Leave
Cristobal
3 p.m.
May
May 3
May 2
June
June I
July
July 1
July 2
Aug.
Aug. 1
Aug. 2
Sept.
Sept. I
Sept.


Arrive
New Orleans
I a.m.
July ,27
Aug. 18
Aug. 29'
Sept. 9'
Sept. 20
GeOt. 3
Oct. 24
Nov. 7
Nov. 21
Dec. 5
Dec. 19
Jan. 9
Jan. 23
Arrive
New Orleans
8 a.m.
Feb; 6-
Feb. 21
Mar. 5
Mar. 19
April 9
April 23

Arrive
New Orleans
8 a.m.
May 7
May 18
May 29
June 10
June 22
July 5
July 16
July 27
Aug. 7
Aug. 18
Aug. 29
Sept. 9
Sept. 21
Oct. 2


Page TWO


HEALTH CENTER TO BE


OPEN IN MORNINGS


SPtLL.WAY


July, 3 1963








, 3 1 S- a T-RE-


Jaycee Golf Tourney




Opens Next Monday


More than 50 junior golfers will vie for the
four coveted _positions on the Panama team
which will play in the International JayCee
Tournament to be held in Midland, 'Texas, on
August 20-23. The entry list threatens to surpass
the entry in 1962, as the local tournament, to be
played at the Panama Golf Course beginning
next Monday, July 8, looms ahead.
It previously -has been announced that the -
championship division will be for boys from 12
through 17 (who will not reach their 18th birth- ,
day by August 15). The rule should read that ;
the championship .flight will be for boys from
13 through 1tand that the. "peewee" group (not
,competing for the team) will be composed -of
boys 12 years of age and under.
Strength will be an extra added attraction
kto spectators and participants when the local
,tournament opens. The committee has announc-
ed that the boys in the championship grojp will
have the 'opportunity 'to ,compete in ,a driving
contest to 'be held before the competition starts.
The winner of the contest will receive an award,
,given by the BPOE, Lodge 1414. of Balboa.
The final ,entry date has been moved up to
-this Friday, July :5. All competitors must hatve
submitted their name and handicap to the res-
1pective clubs not later than next Friday.
It is expected that many of the 1962 com-
petitors. will play in the 1963 tournament. Such
1962 team members as Jeff Riley and Craig ,
Stoudnor. JAm ,l-itey, Peter Dehlinger. Sammy .
Scribner, Bobby 'Duran and many -other top
players will compete for the four berths on the
U.S.-bound Panama junior golf team.



Last year's JayCee champion an the local .
scene, "Chipper" Purdy (r.) is shown meooiv-
ing the winner's trophy from Jim Riley, -re-
presentative from the Panama Amateur Golf
Association on the JayCee Tournament Com-.
Smittee. 'Chipper" won the trophy for having
the lowest 54-hole-score in competition for the 4
foui berths on the MAS.-bound Panama team .. ', ....'
last year. Jlaw a student at Vanderbidt 'UniL-
versi y, he will mot participate in this year's -". 's
tournament.


This Year's ; ,Jeur Y90 e h t We&
I--I'=ta t u - It was announced that more Governor Robert J. Fleming,
H L i than 1,0090 employees of the Pan- Jr., delivered the principal ad-
ama Canal Company would re- dress at Independence Day ce-
ceive nay raises within two weeks remonies held in the Balboa


Those who had -entered, their
n a m e s for the .tournaament.
their ages, and the clubs of
which they are .members are
,as follows:
FORT AMA.OR
Jim Paterson, 16
Michael Colacicio. 17
Bob Mikulich, 16
David Albanese,. 15
Jim R iley, Jr., 17
Steve Clark, 16
,Douglas -Nicholson, 16
Jeff Riley. '5
Joel Perantie, 13
Peter Ridwell, 16
Robert Harrison, 16
Bill Cay, 17
Mickey McGroarty, 13
Robb Taylor, 14
Ray Biearbaum, 14
Eddied Gomez, 13
Howie Bacharach, 15
:Craig Stoudnor. 17
Robert Westfall, 14
John' Grow,, i;
Lance 'Wi liaams, 12
Charles Metz, 15
.Mark Williams. "14
Carl Thompson, 13
John .Goepner, 12
Tom Perantie, 17
eoe 'Perry, Jr.. 16
Michael Travis, 13
Richard 'Ebdon, 16 "
SUMMtT 1-tL LLS
Ronnie Crunmp, 14
John Stanley, 13
George Stanley, Jr., 15
Paul Zelnick, 14
Barry Douglas,, 13
FORT CLAYTON
Craig 'Rhodes. 14
James Toague. 12
PANAMA
Eddie Duran. 9
Roberto F. Duran. 17
Mark McGrath. 16
Peter 'Biggs, 1
:Sam A. :Scribner, 14
David McGrath. 13
John E. Woodruff, fr., 13
Peter Dehlinger. 14
Larry 'Berger. 15


as :a result of the annual review
of pay rates for similar positions
in nine Navy shipyards iln the
United States.
Historical .site markers, and
points of interest signs in both
English and Spanish, are now
being erected in various spots in
the Canal Zone as part of a gen-
eral plan to assist visitors who,
are making a tour of the Canal
Zone.


Theater. Governor Fleming Aerm-i
ed Declaration of Independence
one of history's greatest chal-
lenges and said the American
Revolution it charted has not
ended. "It will never end." Gov-
ernor Fleming said, "so long as
we Americans keep trying -to
bring into reality the simple de-
eatieo Jul aene are
created equal and free."


"A" League .basketball participants, instructed by 'Herb iRaybourn,
have organized for games and instructional points. Several of the
-boys are shown here in action during one of the games. "A4"
League basketball is only one -of the six leagues conducted as part
of the program.


A casual pose is struck by some of the best golfers on *the
local courses, junior or senior category. Grover Matheney 4.4
and Craig Stoudnor (r,.) were members of last year's team.
Mlatheney will not be back this year, but Richard Kneib {c.) and
Stoudnorwill vie with approximately50 other junior golfers forthe
four spots on the team which will play in the National JayCee
Golf Championships at Midland, Texas, on August 2043. This
picture was taker during the qualifying rounds of last year's
tournament at the Panama Golf Club.


CYRCA] League Basketball

-as of July 1, 1963


TEAM W L
*Ron Cortes .................. 6
*Seagram's Y.O. ............... 6
*Gor-don's CA ................. 6
-- White Horse ..............:... 4
Peagot 404 .................... 3
Four Roses .................. 1
*Can still win first half


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COMING GAMES
Tonight
Seagram's vs. Peugot 404, S:30 p.m.
Ron Cortes vs. Four Roses, 8 p.m.
NO GAME THURSDAY


Week of Monday, July 8, "Round Robin" Tournament
MONDAY: teams finishing 3 and 4 in the first half
play first game
teams finishing 2 and 5 in the first half play
second game.
TUESDAY: teams finishing I and 6 in the first half
play first game
winners of Monday night's games play second
game.
WEDNESDAY: no games.
THURSDAY: championship game between Tuesday
-" '----------- 'htwinners.


iNewcomb is a favorite among the eight-to-ten-year olds in the
Balboa program. Nere they are organizing for play. This is only
one of ihe many activities offered to U.S. school children in the
summer recreation program.


July 3 1963


P-a-919 THREE


P I L L W A Y








Page FOUR


SPILLWA Y


July, 3 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTrLIGHT


Nearly every unit of the Panama Canal
organization was represented' in. the- crowd of
well-wishers who boarded the SS Cristobal Sun-
day to wish "Bon Voyage"' and happiness in re-
tirement to Marvin and Ruth Banton of Gainboa,
who were leaving for the United States and the
establishment of a new home.
Marvin, who retired after 33 years' service,
was Chief, Hydrographic Section, 'Surveys Branch
and supervisory civil engineer in the Panama
Canal Engineering Division.
Ruth had been a full-time elementary school
teacher since 1947 and prior to that date had
intermittent service in the Canal Zone Division
of Schools as playground assistant, kindergarten
assistant, and substitute teacher.
Marvin came to the Isthmus as a small boy
with his parents. His father, Pembrook B.
Banton, was in the Office of the Engineer at
retirement.
A native of Waterloo, Iowa, Marvin grew up
on the Isthmus and attended Canal Zone schools.
At the age of 14, and in the school vacation-
period. he started work as a messenger in the
Balboa shops of the Mechanical Divison. He
tlso worked as a student recorder, and then as
foreman.
He took civil engineering at Ohio State
University and passed the examination for surv-
eyor in 1929. He was in surveying work with
the United Fruit Company, was assistant super-
intendent on highway construction work in Pan-
ama and El Salvador. and was a surveyor and
then inspector on the Madden Dam project.
On December 1, 1938, he was promoted to
engineer, junior (civil). He became principal
foreman on February 1, 1940 and supervisor, as-


sistant, in the Dredging Division in October 1941.
From Engineer, civil, to Engineer, hydrographic
(Dredging) was the step in 1947 and in 1950 he
become assistant supervisor, Dredging Opera-
tions Branch.
As Chief of the Hydrographic SSe c tio n,
Surveys Branch, Mr. Banton supervised un-der-
water surveying from the breakwater at Cris-
tobal to deep water in the Pacific and adjacent
waters of the Canal.
Mrs. Banton was born in Martins Ferry.
Ohio, attended school in Steubenville, Ohio, and
was graduated from Ohio State University. She
came to the Isthmus as a bride. .
She was an English teacher in the Panama
School, Panama City ,and' then, in the Canal
Zone, was playground director, kindergarten as-
sistant, and substitute teacher. In February 1947
she was assigned as- elementary teacher in the
U. S. school at Pedro Miguel, and for many
years taught at the Ga'mboa Elementary School.
The last day of school, Mrs- Banton was
presented a scroll, made by the school children.
which was signed by pupils and former pupils
at the Gamboa School from the first through
the sixth grades.
Marvin -was an active member of the San
Juan Hunt Club and went hunting with club
members up to the week before he left.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunton's son, Marvin. and
daughter, Sally, are married and reside in the
States.
The Bantons plan to make their future home
in New Orleans, Louisiana.


Pay Increases Announced


Wage increases ranging from zen employees are among those employees will range from eight
seven cents an hour to 19 cents who will receive the Manual cents an hqur to 19 cents an.
an hour will go into effect July category increases. These in- hour.
7 for 1,232 Canal Employees in creases are the result of the an- In addition to those in-the M-11
the Manual category. These in- nual review of wages paid ,fpr 'category and above who will re-
creases are'in addition to those similar work in nine U.S. naval ceive increases as a result of the
announced earlier for 9,500 other shipyards. / new wage scales, Manual super-
Canal employees in connection,. The hourly increase for M-11_Yi. jsory---poyse r~uS- ages
with the increase of the minimum' journeyman craftsmeTf'will ange are based on Manual categories
wage to 70 cents an hour a t-"-rom seven cents an hour to 11 below M-11 will receive pay. in-
wage curve adjust ._nt. cents an hour, while the increas- creases ranging from one to
Both .0j and non-U.S. citi- es among Manual Supervisory three cents an hour.


Weekday


BALBOA: July 3, "Bandit of
Zhobe"; July 9, "Oklahoma
Territory"; July 10, "Gidget
Goes Hawaiian"; July 11,
"Hey, Let's Twist?'; July 16,
"Visit to a Small Planet"; July
17, "Tonka"; July 18, "The
Boy and the Pirates".
COCO SOLO: July 3, "Gidget
Goes Hawaiian"; July 4, "Hey.
Let's Twist"; July 9, "Band:t
of Zhobe"; July 10, "Daughter
of Rosie O'Grady"; July 11,
"M e rr y Andrew"; July 16,
"Guns of the Timberland";
July 17, "The Babe-Ruth Story";
July 18, "Kidnapped."
MARGARITA: July 3, "Okla-
homa Territory"; July 4, "Gid-
get Goes Hawaiian"; July 9,
"Me rr y Andrew": July 10,
"Bandit of Zhobe"; July 11,
"Daughter of Rosie O'Grady";
July 16, "Kidnapped"; July 17,
"Guns of the Timberland";
July 18, "The Babe Ruth Story."
GAMBOA: July 8, "Gidget
Goes Hawaiian"; July 15,
"Tonka".
VISIT TO A SMALL PLAN-
ET: Jerry Lewis-Joan Black-
man: It's different! It's daffy!
Abo.vie all it's laffye,. Jerry's


Matinees,


TONKA: Sal Mineo Philip
Carey: The thrilling story of
the Sioux Brave who tames a
wild stallion. In color, 103 mins:
THE BOY AND THE PI-
RATES: Charles Herbert-Susan
Gordon: Pirates... plunder...
pistols... and pieces of eight.. .'
they're all her... in the most
amazing adventure a boy ever
told. In color, 88 mins.
GUNS OF THE TIMBER-
LAND: Alan Ladd Jeanne
C r an: They came out of
nowhere the wild. the
lawless, the free to tear the
\world's tallest treasure from
the wilderness. In color, 110
mins.
THE BABE RUTH STORY:
William Bendix: The life and
love of the one .. the inimita-
ble... the great "Babe Ruth",
baseball's greatest hitter, 112
mrins.
KIDNAPPED: Peter Finch
James MacArthur. Two com-
rades-in-arms fighting shoulder-
to-shoulder against the most
treacherous crew ever to sail
the Seven Seas. In color, 87
"1s,


Zone Air Club

Member Flies


Plane To U. S.
Capt. James -Adams, presi-
dent of the Albrook Aero Club
and a member of the Canal
Zone Civil Air Club, is expect-
ed to become the first member
of the latter group to make
the flight from the Canal Zone
to the United States in a light
plane.
.Captain Adams, accompanied
by his wife and five-year-old son,
left the Canal Zone club's France
Field- runway 1 a s t Thursday
morning in a Cessna 170 which
he recently purchased. He 'ex-
pects to spend about six weeks
in the United States before
returning to the "Isthmus.
The p la n e which Captain
Adams is flying has a flight
range of about 500 miles. His
wife, Helen, is a. teacher at
Los Rios Elementary School.




Coming


SEvents
July 4-U.S. Independence Day.
July 6-The Panama "Theater
of Art" will present at
the National Theater a
play 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 -7- C r i s t o bal Little
Theater presents the com-
edy "Blood. Sweat, and
Stanley P o o 1 e" at the
FPrance Field Little
Theater at 8:00 p(.n.
.Jul 8-10-Annual Conference of
Navy Mission Chiefs.
July 13-Meeting of Board of
Directors of Panama Ca-
nal, in Washington, D.C.
Jujy 12, 20-"Miss Panama"
.contest at the Panama
Hilton Patio to select Pan-
ama's representative to
the International Beauty
Congress in Long. Beach,
: California, jin 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.
z.uly 16-21-A celebration in
honor of the Taboga
Patron Saint, including a
maritime procession July
21 at 9 a.m., and a flower
procession at 3 p.m. The
Tourist Bureau of Pan-
ama will establish con-
tinuous launch service.
July 26-August 10 (Except
no show on July 28 or on
August 5) Theater Guild
presents "South Pacific"
at the Ancon Playhouse.
Tickets $2. Curtain time
8 p.m. Preview on SCN-
TV "Showcase" on July
4 from 7-7:30 p.m.


The a f t e r-h our telephone
number for the Water and
Laboratories Branch office at
Miraflores has been changed
to 4-711, it was announced this
week.


SCN-TV

SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Man To Man
3:45 Tournament of
Champions
5:00-This Is The Life
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
9:00-Candid Camera
9:30-What's My Line
10:00-Merv Griffin
10:30--Alumni Fun
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Jack Paar

MONDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 Mr. Wizard
5:30-American Musical
Theater
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Global Zobel
7:00 I've Got A.Secret
7:15-Air Force Story
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Movietime-"Give Me
The Stars"
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
S5:30 Ted Mack
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure.
7:00-Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore 'how
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Armchair Theater -
"The French Key"
10:15 Jack Paar Show
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 Fight Of The Week
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
8:00 Sing Along 'With
Mitch
8:55-SCN News
9:00 As Ceaser Sees It
9:30 Steve Alien Show
10:45 Air Force Story
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 Victor Borqe Show
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Price Is Right
9:30 Steve Allen Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Friday Night
Theater -
"Crystal Ball

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00 Saturday Matinee -
The French Key"
5:00 Ted Williams
5:30 Christophers
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 Circle Theater
10:00 Tonight
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Victor Borne


way out there as the first space
creature to land on earth. 90
mins.



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are made available to all interest-
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Republic of Panama.
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PROIDGAMA

DEL

PACIFIED

*

BALBOA
A.M.-
8:30 Exhibici6n ecuestre en el
Club de Equitaci6n de Cu-
rundi.
10:30 Desfiel presidido por los
Veteranos de la Guerra.
11:30 Ejercicios patri6ticos.
Orador: Gral. George L.
Mabry, quien ostenta la
Smedalla de Honor.
M.-
12:00 Salva de cafionazos.
P.M.-
1:00 Saltos de paracaidas en
la base area de Albrook
por el Club Deportivo de
Paracaidistas del Atlinti-
Co.
1:00 Repique de campanas
combinado con los de los
Estados Unidos. Se echa-
ran al vuelo las campa-
nas de iglesias, templos,
entidades oficiales y pri-
vadas en un "Tafiir de la
Libertad". Un avi6n de
la Fuerza Aarea volarA
sobre poblaciones zonei-
tas del pacifico repican-
do campanas.
2:00 Competencias de nataci6n
en la piscina.
2:00 Cine gratis para chicos y
grande en Diablo
Heights.
7:30 Fuegos artificiales.

Tres ganadores de la Meda-
Ila de Honor participaran en el
desfile: el General George Ma-
bry, orador principal, "estara
acompariado de William Bed-
ders, buzo dei Canal de Panama
y el Sargento Jake Lindsay, de
la Compafhia A de Fuerte Clay-
ton. Desfilarin en vehiculos
ditintos a la cabeza del desfile
y apareceran luego en la tribu-
na de honor, ambien tomarin
parte en la parada dos vetera-
nos de La Guerra con Espafia,
Charles F. Williams y Jacobo
Bernson.
Los "fuegos artificiales" pon-
drn mafiana en la noche el
broche de color y luz con '/je
se cerraran las festividades en
celebraci6n del 1870 aniversa-
rio de la Independencia de los
Estados Unidos, siendo esta la


'45vtenfemf6c'weedde j~ne uft~hPi~AM~


tod l A bre4 nacen ifuale4; que a ted odo e

coniere 4u Creadr cierto derech&6 inalieable4

entire 10j codale eatan I6 1ida, la i6 ertad Vai

bd4queda de la (ehiciad cque para 9arantij

e4oj defechw l0 j homt6Pe ihtituveh 9yoiefre

que de'i*an .u a.j too p4odere del coRefntnien to

de k6 9 efemado que iemnpre que utna omna de

9bciepew tienda a detrui, e fed el pue6le

tiene dereche a reprorai o a6irl, a intituir

Un fue'f 9oekierW l ue oe 6unde en fdiche prin-

cipie- a vanjar 4u pedere" en la t ( /a a que,

a ci6 /UicI arantice ejf 4u 4efuridad- J

elici&ad.

Prehmbulo de la Declaraci6n de Independencia de los
Estados Unidos de America, 4 de Julio de 1776.


Vol. II No. 3


MIERCOLES 3 DE JULIO, 1963


DIEL

ATLANTICD

*

GATUN
A.M.-.
11:00 Sera i z a d a- ]a bandera
por los Boy Scouts en el
edificio del Concejo Civi-
co. El pabell6n que se
izarAI onde6 antes sobre
el Capitolio de Washing-
ton, D.C. Fue adquirido
por Louis Dimiani. repre-
sentante sindicalista,
quien lo envi6 a su espo-
sa para ocasiones como
esta. Orador:
Curtis George.
M.-
12:00 Almuerzo gratis para to-
dos los miembros del
Concejo Civico.
P.M.-
2:00 Matinee gratis en el tea-
tro para .chicos y gran-
des. Competenicas de na
taci6n en ]a piscina.

MARGARITA
A. M.-
8:45 Desfile patri6tico en qum
partic:parAn los Bombe-
ros de Cl
-7"; r"i os patri6ticos.
-4-1`3.or: El vice-Goberna-
^-' dor David S. Parker. Se-
ri izada la bandera en
medio de salva de cafio-
nes.
9:30-10 Diversiones para los
chicos. Concierto por la
lBanda del 7769 de la
Fuerza A6rea.
10:30-11Saltos desde una rdpli-
ca de torre de paracaidis-
tas abierto a todos los ni-
fi6s. Se otorgara certifi-
cados a los noveles para-
caidistas .Paseo en ,equi-
po rodante de los bombe-
ros para los nifios.
11:00-2 Barbacoa en el bohio de
los Elks en Margarita.
M.-
12:00 Tiro de la soga.
P.M.- .
2:00 Cine gratis para los ni-
fios en los teatros de Co-
co Solo.
6-6:30 Concierto de musica que
precede al despliegue de
fuegos artificiales.


sexuagesima vez que tal fecha
se observa en la Zona del Ca-
nal.
La celebraci6n se solemniza-
ra en 3 comunidades zoneitas,
habiendo programs fijos para
Balboa, !Gatun y Margarita,
donde los moradores de esta
ultima poblaci6n se uniran a
los de Coco Solo para un fes-
tejo combinado.
La f o rm a traditional sera
mantenida en las celebracio-
nes, pero introduciendosele no-
vedosas facetas, que, en Mar-
garita, consistird en una torre
de salto con paracaidas para
los chicos y en el pacifico en
travesias parciales del Canal
abordo de la lancha Las Cru-
ces.,
(No olvidar que para estos 4
viajes se exigiran boletos ya
que la lancha solo puede aco-
modar a 200 pasajeros.-Los bo-
letos deben obtenerse "en los
puestos del Servicio de Guias
en Miraflores, Gat6n o la ro-
tunda .del edificio de Adminis-
tracl6n. Las excursions se ini-
cian en el edificio de Asuntos
Civiles a las 8 de la mafiana y
1, 3 y 5 de la tarde).


Los chicuelos de la Zona del
Canal sostienen en alto la ense-
fia Patria de los Estados Uni-
dos de America al pase de los
gallardos soldados del glorioso
aniversario de la Independen-
cia.

Henchidos de fervor patri6ti-
co, estos simpaticos nifiitos ob-
servan un desfile de 4 de ju-
lio, agitando al aire el pabe-
116n de las franjas y las estre-
Ilas con el just orgullo de per-
tenecer a la Patria de Wash-
ington y Lincoln.


El CanIal Je PiaYrimaBv


I I I








P~gina DOS SP IL LWAY Julio 3 de 1963


FREDERIC JOSEPH BEREST,
lnt6rpr*te del Servicio de Guias
d& Wa Zone del Canal, es nati-
v* de Nueva York y veteran
do i. guerra que vio servicio
en las Islas Aleutian (Alasca),
Egresado de la Universidad de
Nueva York, sus intereses pri-
mordiales cubren una amplia
zona filos6fica que propicia la
hermandad humana sin distin-
gos de razas. Fred tiene larga
experiencia en asuntos teatra-
les y fue instructor de arte dra-
matico en' la Universidad de
Nueva York y en el Pasadena
Playhouse. Ha sido actor pro-
fesional y director. En 1948 le
toc6 dirigir el Desfile de la Li-
bertad en la ciudad de Pasade-
na. Entre las distinciones reci-
bidas que mAs aprecia esta la
Menci6n Honorifica aparecida
en el Congressional Record 1957
y el Premie par Servicios Supe-
riores que le fue otorgado en
1958 por el Canal de Panama.
Fred es casado con. Lucy Be-
rest y tienen una hijita de 14,
mess Ilamada Birbara. Resi-
de en Diablo Heights.


Qui&n Avalua
La autoridad tecnica que tu-
viere que ver con el asunto so-
bre el cual versarse la suges-
ti6n, determinarA los meritos
de la misma, al igual que las
ventajas o provecho que -la su-
gesti6n: represent.
La decision final correspon-
*ts u ,er,-at Comie del Pro-
grama de Premrpta .tn..'.-
tiva, el cual decidira sor~M si
es acceptable y, si merece o no
una recompensa.


TRASLADAN A C. A. DUBBS


A ESCUELAS ESTADINENSES


El SupQrintendente de Es-
cuelas anunci6 que, a partir
del 7 de julio entrante, el
Ayudante Superintendente de
las Escuelas Latino-America-
nas, C. A. DUBBS, pasara a
dirigir escuela elemental nor-
teamericana.
El Director Dubbs estudi6
en el Colegio Normal de Ball
State (Teachers College) y en
la Universidad de- Indiana,
recibibndose de bachellor's y
de Master.


Impresiona a los Astronautas


Jira por el Canal de Panama


Frank Aze rraga, miembro,
del Servicio de Guias de la Zo-
na del Canal. esta que no cabe
en el pellejo desde que recibi6
en estos dias una carta firma-
da por los cosmonAutas Scott
Carpenter. John H. Glenn, Jr.,
J.me 1. Lovell, Elliot See,
Jrante su reciente temJora -
Durante su reciente temDora-


da en el Istmo, los. 16. famosos.
astronAutas visitaron las esclu-
sas de Miraflores, ocasi6n en
que Frank les sirvi6 en cice-
rone.
En su carta los astronautas
dicen: "La jira fue realmente
impresionante y fue un privi-
legio poder escuchar tan exce-
lenie explicaci6n de ,la historic
y la operaci6n (del Canal)".


Durante 15 afios ha traba-
jado en la Divisi6n de Escue-
las como director, supervisor
y ayudante de superintenden-
te de las Escuelas Latino-
Americanas de la Zona del
Canal.
En 1955 presidio la campa-
fia para recabar fondos para
la Cruz Roja de la Zona del
Canal y ha pertenecido al
Concejo n6mero 802 de los
Boy Scouts de America, Ca.
pitulo de la Zona del Canal.


El Director de La escuela se-
cundaria de Paraiso. Ellis L.
Fawcett, ha sido ascendido al
cargo de Inspector de Ense-
fianza en las Escuelas Latino-
americanas en reemplazo del
sefior Alfred E. Osborne, quien,
a su vez, fue ascendido al ran-
go de Ayudante del Superinten-
dente de dichas. escuelas.
El senior Fawcett recibi6 tan-
to, su bachillerato cuanto gra-
do de Master's en educacj6n
en el Colegio Central del Esta-
do de Connecticut. en New
Britain.


Entre sus actividades en la
comunidad el senior Fawcett ha
presidido el Concejo Civico de
Paraiso desde su fundaci6n y
ha presidido tambi6n la Asam-
blea de Concejos Civicos Lati-
noamericanos de la Zona del
Canal.
Preside, igualmente, la Aso-
diaci n anti-Tuberculosa de la
Zona del Canal y es miembro
del Concejo Ejecutivo del Fon-
do Unido. Anteriormente presi-
di6 tanto el Capitulo local de
los Boy Scouts Internacionales
cuanto el Comit6 de Becas La-
tinoamericanas.


ASCENDIDO A. E. OSBORNE A CIRCO BERLINES ACTUARA


AYUDANTE SUPERINTENDENT


El Inspector de Ensefianza en
las Escuelas Latinoamericanas,
Alfred E. Osborne, ha sido as-
cendido al elevado cargo de
Ayudante del Superintendente
de dichas escuelas. El ascenso
entrart en vigor a partir del
7 de julio. 1963.
Reemplaza el senior Osborne
en ese cargo el sefior C. A.
Dubbs, .quien ha sido traslada-
do a director de escuela prima-
ria en las escuelas norteameri-
canas.
El senior Osborne se recibi6
de' bachiller en la Universidad
de Chicago y obtuvo su titulo
de Master's en administraci6n
y supervision en la Escuela


Normal para Maestros de la
Universidad de Columbia. Ha
ocupado. los, cargos de maes-
tro. director e inspector en la
Division de Escoelas. de la Zo-
na del Canal.
Muy active en asuntos de la
comunidad. el senior Osborne
es tesorero del Comite de Be-
cas Latinoamericanas; ante-
riormente presidio el Concejo
Local de los Boy Scouts Inter-
nacionales en la Zona del Ca-
nal; es miembro del Comite
del Presupuesto y Partidas del
Fondo Unido de la Zona del
Canal y miembro, de la Junta
de Gracia y Libertad bajo Pa-
labra (Pardon and Parole
Board).


EN BALBOA EL 11, 12 Y 13

Gran expectativa existe entire la gente menuda por el anmncio de que el jueves,
viernes y sabado actuary en el teatro de Balboa el mundialmente famoso Circo de Berlin.
El debut esti fijadoi para la noche del jueves once; el viernes habri matinee y
funci6n nocturna y el sabado un matinal.
Este espectAculo incluye nimeros tan emocionantes como. acrobadias en la cuerda
floja, trapecistas, payasos, ciclistas y otros. usuales en funciones de ese g6nero.
Se ha revelado que 16s acr6batas que actuarin encima de la euerda floja no emplea-
rAn red protectora, para ofrecer asi mayor prueba de su pericia y, seguridad en si mismos.
La chiquilleria zoneita esti de plicemes por esta oportunidad de presenciar la ac-
tuaci6n de uno de los circos mis famosos del mando que Itega al istme procedente de
Seattle, Washington, donde tuvo. una actua ci6n exitosa.


NO TIEMBLES
BOQUETE..J
Informes de actividad sis-
mica en el area contigua a
la poblaci6n montafiosa de
Boquete, Provincia de Chi-
riqui, vienen preocupando a
los moradores de esa re-
gi6n.
Ge6logos de Panama. han
consultado al jefe de Hidro-
grafia del Canal, de Pana-
ma, W. H. Esslinger y, se
estin investigafdo las infor-
mes. de surtidores t6rmales,
ruidos subterrAneos y otros
movimientos sismicos.
El sism6grafo de Balboa
Heights registry un movi-
miento sismico de intensi-
dad "pequefia" el martes 25
de junio a las 6:44 de la ma-
drugada en la region de Bo-
quete.


Lid Iifantil de Nataciod
Un concurso de nataci6n in-
fatil se celebrara mafiana en
la piscina de Paraiso, a partir
de Las 9 a.m., con motivo de
la celebraci6n del aniversario
de independencia de los Esta-
dos de America.
En el referido torneo de na-
taci6d participarin alrededor
de, 60 alumnos de los quintos, y
sextos, gradbos y de primer 'y
segunda; adios de la. Escuela La-
tinoamericana, de Paraiso.
Los, profesores Alcides& Ber-
nail y Oscar Murrell: tienen: a
so cargo todo lio relacionadr-
con este concurseo de nataci6n,
infaadL


La Guardia Nacional de PanamA participa en las celebraciones del 4 de Julio en la Zona del Canal de Panama,
mandandol tradicionalmente un Destacamento al desfile que en esa ocasi&n se celebra.
En la grifica aparece el contingent de tropas encabezadas per la ya famosa Banda de Mitica de la Guardia
National Panamefia.
El gesto de confraternidad panamefio-norteamericana es siempre calurosamente acogido en la Zona del Canal.


EL DIRECTOR FAWCETT


SERA.AHORA INSPECTOR


Julio 3 de 1963


Pigina DOS


SPILLWAY









Alio 3 do 1963 SPLLLWAY P59i.na TRE~s


Torneo


Selective


Para


Escoger


Los


Atletas Para Las Competencias


Un gran torneo atlftico se celebrar6 maiiana
en el Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Aro-
semena" de la ciudad de PanamA, para selec-
ionar el equipe que hard frente al conjunto de
atletismo de Puerto Rico a fines de este mes
en PanamA.
SAlrededor de 120 atietas de todo el pais in-


tervendrAn en las competencias de mariana,
las cuales se iniciaran a las 8 a.m.
No podran tomar parte en este torneo aque-
llos afletas que ban mniervenido en justas in-
ternaciona'les, 'per Io ,que la mayor part de los
participants seran de las escuelas de Panama,


Col6n, Interior de la .Rep'blica y la Zona del
Canal.
Unos 50 atletas de la 4Zona del 'Canal partici-
parAn en las competencias de maiiana, en su
mayoria de las Escuelas Latineamericanas. De
Paraiso iran unos 25 atletas, Santa Cruz envia-
ra airededor de 15 y Rainbow City 10.


n PARAISO Y RAINBOW

EMPATAN CON 2 TANTOS


Los oncenos del segundo ci-
clo de las Escuelas de Paraiso
y Rainbow City, volvieron a
empatar su- partido de fdtbol
celebrado el viernes filtimo, es-
ta vez con anotaci6n de dos go-
les por bando.
Los oncenos habian' igualado
a cero tantos en la inaugura-
cion flel torneo de f6tbol el vier-
nes 21 de junio y esta vez las


cosas continuaron por igual en
el estado -de los -equipos, con
dos empates por equipo.
Los autores de los gales fue-
ron, por Paraiso, Lorenzo Ro-
binson y Victor Romero, -en
tanto que Apolino Lowe anot6
los dos tantos, de Rainbow City.
El primer tiempo finalize *dos
por cero hn favor 6de Rainb6w,
City.


Tres de los mAs destacados golfistas juveniles en el Istmo aparecen aqui con uno de ilos patroci-
nadores del torneo de las Camaras Junior, en unta fotografia tomada en el torneo del -aio pasado.
De isqeierda a derecha Pedro Soberanis de la Pepsi Cola, Bob Duran, Joe Perry y Steve Clarke.
*El torneo de este ano comenzarak el 8 de juio en el Club de Golf de Panama y se espera que par-
ticipen mas de 60 muchachos de todos los clubes de golf istmehos.


-VONNtE WALTERS, a la derecha, de Santa Cruz, se impuso a
Delfina Moreno, de -Paraiso, en el campeonato 4de tenis de mesa
tdel primer ciclo en las Escuelas Latinoamericenas 'de la 2ona
del Canal, en el partido celebrado el mi9rcoles en 'el Gimnisio
de Santa Crux, con anotaciones de '21-9 :y 21-7. Al fondo aparece
*el ?profesor Oscar 'Suman Carrillo, Director de Educaoi6n Fisica
!en las 'Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.


Sucumbieron
Los des pugilistas- inexicanos
del -peso mosea que se presen-
taron el domiingo en el Gimna-
sic Nacional. de PanamA. re-
sultaron veneidos por los dos
mejores 'pugilistas panam.efios
de la division. '
En el: primer combat a diez
asaltos, el local 1)anmuel SVoM e-
no, primer retader a la-corona-
de la division, super .per ,deci-
siun de des jueees al mexica-
no Mauro Miranda, en un refli-
do encuentro que muchos esti-
maron debi6 haber sido un em-
pate. Moreno pes6 107 libras y
Miranda, 09-3,/4.
En la, pele.a principal de. la
noche, el cam,peOn peso mosea'
del Istmo, Pedro Carvajal. de
109-1/4, vencib 'por decision munfi-
limne ail mexican Salvador
"Chilango" Goimez, de 12-1/2.
en .diez -asaltos.
En niageneo de -eatos e mba-
tes se registrauw o caidas.


* '4,
4 4


GRAFTON CONLIFPPE, VDirector de la Escuela 'Primaria de 'Santa Cruz, at centro, da el saque ini-
,cial on la inauguraci6n del f6tbol juvenile de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal
.el mi6ecoles ditimo en el campode juegos de Santa ,Cruz, en ,el partido que sostuvieron los oncenos
de Paraiso Jr. y Santa Cruz J!r., ganando Ael 6ti-mo con anotaci6n de cinco goles por cero. -El pri-
mer tiempo finaliz 63 por 0. Al extremno izquierdo .esti el Profesor Oscar Suman Carrillo, 'Director
4de Educai6On Fisica de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zone del Canal.


SIGUE TORNEO DE
TENNIS DE MESA
Con tres partidos continue 'el
viernes- pasado el campeonato
de tenis de mesa del segundo
ciclo de las Escuelas Latino-
americanas de la Zona del Ca-
nal, esta vez en el Gimnasio
de Rainbow City.
En el primer partido, Elida
Clinton, de Rainbow City, ven-
ci6 a Sharone Grazette, -de Pa-
raiso, por 21-11 y 21-15.
En el segundo encuentro, Ana
Archibold. de Rainbow City,
derrot6 a Anastasia Lewis, de
Paraiso, por 21-9 y 21-7.
En el tercer y filtimo juego,
Carlota Clinton. de Rainbow
City, super a Wilma Julie, de
Paraiso, por 21-9 y 21-11.
Rainbow City ha ganado cin-
co de los seis partidos efectua-
dos hasta ahora frente a Parai-
so.


Wilson y Santamaria Disputan


El Domingo El Titulo Ligero


MONICA MILLETT, a la derecha, de Iprimer cicle de la Escue-
la de Santa Cruz, super a Sharone Grazette, de Paralso, por 21-
15 y. 21-16 en partido del campeanato de tenis de mesa de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, el mi6rcoles ul-
timo en el Gimnasio de Santa -Cruz. En otro partido celebrado
ese dia, Dixie Swaby, de Santa Cruz, venci6 a Gloria Martinez,
de Paraiso, por 21-12 y 21-16.


El tinglado ide la Arena
de Col6n serA ,esoenario el
domingo ,del combate per el
titulo ligero del Istmo, cuan-
do se midan en combat a
doce asaltos los pagilistas
Stanley Wilson y Esteban
Santamaria.
Este serA un combat de
desquite, ya .qo Wflson su-
per6 por puntos a Santama-


ria la primera vez que se
midieron ,en un encuentro :a
diez vueltas.
Ambos contendores dis-
putarAn la corona dejada
vacant por Rodolfo "'Tito"
Marshall, quien se -encuena-
tra -en .los Estados Unides.
Tanto Wilson come San-
tamaria han estado cele-
brando combates en otros


praises. Wilson pele6 en
Kingston, Jamaica, en don-
de perdi6 estrecha decision
con el clasificado Bunny
Grant, de Jamaica; en tanto
qtre Santamaria derrot6 al
chileno Luis Azocar y a!
campe6n peruano del peso
ligero ,Loretto Castillo, per
puntos, en onaibates.ai b-
dos en Lima, Perfi.


n


. SPtL-L'WAY


Psgina TRE


,Julio 3 de 1963













Julio 3 de 1963


SPILL WAI


PAgina CUATRO


I


11:30
12:00
12:30
1:30
3:00
4:30
5:30
6:30
7:00
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:30


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

I Documental
Program Especial
Show del Medioaia
Cine en su Casa
TI eleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartons
La Nueva
Generacion
SJitazo Royal
Rodeo
Ciudad De nudla
Un Paso al Mas
Alli
El Buen Pastor
Teleteatro

LUNES
Carnaval de
Carlones
D Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportaies Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Dick Tracy
D Noticias
3 Superman
D Supersonicos
Ajedrez Fatal
Fore de Opini6n
Noticias
5 Teleteatro

MARTES
I Carnaval de
Cartones
I Noticias
5 Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
I Avances
Reportaies Mundiales
I Teleteatro
I Carnaval de Cartones
I Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
I Noticias
) Roy Rodgers
3 Biografia
I Fred Astaire
Present
I Imperio del Oeste
D Noticias
5 Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
I Carnaval de
"Cartones
Noticias
5 Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
I Avances
5 Reportajes Mundiales
I Teleteatro
D Carnaval de
Cartones
SMundo de la Mujer
5 Fiesta de Estrellitas
Dibujos Animados
Noticias
) Buggs Bunny
Blanquita Amaro
Surf Side 6
D Robert Taylor
Nick Charles
D Noticias
5 Teleteatro

JUEVES
I Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticing -
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
D Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
I Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
I Popeye
Noticias
D Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
Show Internacional
D La Hora Once
l Peter Gunn
SNoticias
5 Teleteatro

ViERNES
3 Carnaval de
Cartones
I Noticias
S Cine Serie Semanali
Sussy
D Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
STeleteatro
I Carnaval de
Cartones
I Mundo de la Mujer
5 Fiesta de Estrellitas
D El Cegato Magoo
D Noticias
D Hombre del Rifle
I Picapiedras
I Boris Karloff
D El Fabricante de No-
ticias
I- Mantovani
o Noticias
5 Sala de Proyecci6n
i Teleteatro

SABADO
D Carnaval de
Cartones
I Noticias
i Cine Serie Semanal
I Teleteatro
I Avances
5 Reportajes Mundiales
I Sarao de Teved6s
0 Mundo de la Muier
i Fiesta de Estrellitas
0 Popeye
0 Noticias
D Combat
0 Ben Casey
0 Sam Benedict
I Noticias
5 Teleteatro


11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:45
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:30

11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:45
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:30
11:30

11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:30
2:00
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:30
9:30
10:00
10:15


JUEVES
Alegrias Anfantiles
Jineie de la Pradera
Houclas
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana.o
juato
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
assie
Noticias
El 'Hombre Invisible
La H o r a Orange
Crush
La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
Pecado Mortal
Dick Powell Show
Noticias
VIERNES
Alegrias Infantiles
Jet Jackson
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
juato
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Annie Oakley
Noticias
Bat Masterson
Las Estrellas y Ud.
La Gloria Qued6
Atrbs
Pecado Mortal
La Era Siniestra
Boxeo
Noticiasf
SABADO
Alegrias rnfantiles
Llanero Solitario
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Mi Carretilla y Yc
Yo Quiero a Lucy
Momias de Guanoa
Juato
Documental
Cocina on T.V.
Club Infantil Televito
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
tnvestigador .S u b-
marina
Noticias
Laramie
Perry Mason
Suspense
Notictas
Pelicula


- GENTE EN LA 1NOTICIA


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo po la Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 Salvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazahias del Espa.
cio.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Inlormal
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 Innrntiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 'Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocma en T.V.
5:00 Momnas de Guana-
luato.
5:30 1iteres 7 C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ley deli revolver.
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Lin Tin
8:00 Kraft Musical
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES

14:i5 bqiguienao el ilastro
i,:4b koiicias
1:0U Carrousel Hipico
1:1u Noveia nemx uu.,
1:45 buenas lardes
4:UU Documental
4:30 Cocma en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
luato
5:30 .--es y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
t0; u 1.9 1 eax
7:U0 Noucias
7:30 hstucio Pepsi
8:00 La Hora Continental
o ;u La ioria Queao
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 El Lrcerer ombre
10:00 Programa Especial -
10:30 Noticias
MIERCOLES
11:30-Alegrias Inlantiles
12:15 Dianro de a Sordo
12.45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
.i10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas fardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana.
juato.
5:30 'iteres y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
b:U iovaonnoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
8:00 Comicos y Cancio-
nes.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Nottcias


Graduados de

1935 Reuinense

Para su publicaci6n hemos re-
cibido una carta suscrita por el
Sr. Linten G. Roberts, Secreta-
rio dejos Graduandos de 1935 de
la Esc a de Silve(citv (qbpra
Rainbow ayff m lediante la cual
los cita para una reunion que ha
de celebrarse el miercoles 10 de
julio a las 7 de la noche en la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City.

Durante la reunion se discuti-
rAn planes para el C6nclave de
los Graduandos de 1935 que se
verificarA en octubre venidero.

El President del grupo, Sr.
Arthurs, pide a todos la mayor
puntualidad a fin de que los asis-
tentes procedentes del litoral pa-
cifico puedan tomar el tren de
regreso a las 10 de la noche.




SPILLWAY




Pubicaci6n olicial dpl Canal-de
Panam&, impresa semanalmente en
los talleres de "La Estrella do Pa-
nama' en nla ciudad, de Panama,
Republica de Panama. So autori-
za la reproduccion ya fuere verbal
o escrita, do cualquier cr6n!ca o
noticia aqul aparecida,, sin necesi-
dad de solicitud express.
GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert 1. Fleming, Jr.
Viceqobernador
David S. Parker
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informaci6n quo so deseare
publicar en el SPILLWAY debo ser
recibida en la oficina del lefe de
Prensa a m&s tardar el martes en
la tarde para la pr6xima edici6n.o
Informacion de character urgente po-
dria seo entregada el miercoles y
hasta el jueves antes del mediodia.
Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
NAMA CANAL SPILLWAY, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Zona del Canal.


ROGELIO AUGUSTO QUINTE-
RO A., actual Ayudante del Ge-
rente del Almacen de Balboa,
entr6 a trabajar con la Organi-
zacion del Canal de Panama el
13 de junio de 1961, despues de
haber sido agent vendedor de
autom6viles durante 8 anos en
Motores C o I p a n y encarga-
do del Super Mercado Minimax
en Panama por dos aios. Su
labor consiste en inspeccionar
la operaci6n de venta de mer-
cancia y comestibles en el Al-
macen de Balboa. Graduado en
el Institute Nacional de Pana.
Sm, curs6 studios de ingenie-
ria durante un aflo en la Uni-
versidad de Panama. Es casa-
do, tiene tres hijos y reside en
la Urbanizaci6n Coco del Mar
en Panama. Es miembro vocal
de la Cmara Junior de Pana-
ma. Es un gran aficionado a
los deportes, especialmente del
bllneaqm"^ v ih'i.th


*'




4

3













'5


BELEN DE GUERRERO, trabajadora encarga-
da de comestibles en el Almac6n de Balboa,
lleva ya 18 anios al servicio del Canal de Pana.
Sm en el mismo lugar. Su trabajo consist en
.... tender los pedidos de mercancias de Mount
Hope, relevar a las cajeras, tender las 6rdenes
": de compas de families y ocupar temporalmente
"' '-* otros puestos en la organizaci6n. Es casada, tie-
..... ne cuatro hijos y reside en Rio Abajo, Panama.
Es secretaria del Club de Padres de Familia
de la Escuela Rep6blica de Haiti en Rio Abajo.



CALENHARID iHE EVENTS

J ULIO 0

4-Aniversraio de la Independencia de Estados Unidos.
4 Canal 8-10 de la SCN-TV pre-estrenan en el program
"showcase, de 7 a 7:30 p.m. la obra "South Pacific".
5-Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela (1811).
5 al 7-El Pequefio Teatro de Crist6bal present la comedia "Blood,
-..- S-,iat.-nd Stanley Poole" en el teatro de France Field a
las 8:30 p:fiii. ia res-noces.--
6-El Teatro de Arte present "Lasi Arpias" en .eL
cional. Melodrama de Ediza N. Moreno.
10 PlAtica sobre Pintura ofrecida en los salones del Insti-
tuto Panamefio de Arte por el afamado artista-paname-
io-don Alberto Dutary.
12 y 20-Concurso para escoger a la "SE&iORITA 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 cuiminando
con la procesi6n maritima a las 9 de la mariana del dia 21.
Servicio continue de lanchas a Taboga.
18-Fiesta Nacional de Espafia.
19 Exposici6n Colectiva ofrecida por los artists Antonio
Alvarado, Beatrix Bricefio, Mario Calvit e Ivan Zachri-
sson. Institute Panameiio de Arte. Urbanizaci6n Oba-
rrio. (Hasta el 5 de agosto).




El Primer SalOn de Panamai



Se Celebrara el 15 de Noviembre


El Primer Sal6n de PanamA
serA celebrado en dicha ciudad
durante el mes de noviembre
entrante, conforme qued6 con-
venido por la Directiva del Ins-
tituto Panameno de Arte en su
filtima sesi6n.
El Sal6n ofrecerA un primer
premio, un segundo premio y
un tercer premio para las me-
jores obras presentadas en la
exhibici6n que sera la primer
en su g6nero en Panama.
El torneo artistic e s t a r A
abierto a todos los cultores de
las artes plAsticas del pais, ya
fueren residents de Panama o
de la Zona del Canal. Tambidn
lOrAn participar artistas ex-


tranjeros con mAs de un afio-de
domicilio en la Republica.
Cada artist podrA presentar
tres obras y una Junta T6cni-
ca escogerA las que serAn pre-
sentadas en el Sal6n. Otro gru-
po de entendidos seleccionaria
las obras que se hicieren acree-
doras a los respectivos pre-
mios.

. En su oportunidad se avisa-
ri cuando estarAn disponibles
en las oficinas del Instituto Pa-
namefio de Arte los formula-
rios de inscripci6n para el con-
curso artistic que sera solem-
nemente inaugurado el 15 de
no.v:iem.br 963.


ERASMO GOMEZ, aceitero de las compresoras de aire de
la Division de Dragas, en Gamboa, tiene 30 aios de trabajar con
la Compaiiia del Canal de Panama, de los cuales 19 han sido con
este Departamento. G6mez se gradu6 en la Escuela de Artes y
Oficios de mecAnico tornero en 1941. Fue operator de fresadoras
en el taller de mecinica del P. A. D. desde 1942 a 1944, afio 6ste
que se enrol6 en la marina mercante de los Estados Unidos. Con
esta organizaci6n prest6 servicio activo en las zonas de guerra
del Pacifico y del Atlantico. Durante 8 anios fue marinero, wiper,
fogonero y aceitero en barcos mercantes y M. S. T. S. de la Ar-
mada de los Estados Unidos. Es casado, naci6 y reside en la
ciudad de Panama. En la actualidad es estudiante del tercer aiio
de la Escuela de Periodismo de la Universidad Nacional y cola-
bora en diferentes diarios de la, localidad.


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