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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 12, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00415
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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v~.


QUEEN CANDIDATE Rose
Mary Webb, a student at the
Institute Panamericano in Pan-
ama and daughter of the late
Harry Webb, who worked for
the Marine Bureau of the Canal.
for 24 years, is one of eight
candidates for Queen of the
Second Rice Festival to be held
September 13-15 in Arraijan.
The first vote count will be held
July 20. Rose Mary's mother,
Mrs. Griselda Webb, lives in
the suburb of San Francisco in
Panama.



Art Institute


Seeks Entries


For Open Show
Canal Zone artists may par-
ticipate in the First Open Pan-
ama Salon which will be held
starting Noverber 15, officials
of the Panamanian Institute of
Art have announced.
For this First Salon, three of-
ficial prizes are to be given, in
addition to which "Acquisition
Prizes" also will be granted.
First prize will be $300, second
prize $150, and third prize $50.
No canvas should exceed 38
inches in width and each shall
carry the- title of 'thew dOrk -s l-
well as the artist's name 'plain-
ly printed on the back. Each
participant is limited to three
works which have not previous-
ly been shown .locally. All
entries should be delivered at
the Institute of Art Offices be-
tween October 14 and 26.
A Technical Board will decide
which entries submitted are to
be exhibited in the Salon.
Those turned down should be
claimed by their owners during
the first week of November.
, A jury will decide the win-
ning entries. Prizes will be
awarded on the opening day,
NOyember 15.


Contract, Inspection

Division Is Renamed
The Contract and Inspection
Division of the E & C Bureau
has a new name. Effective July
1, it is to be known simply as
the "Construction Division."
The new name more properly
indicates the functions of the
division, in the opinion of Col.
Matthew C. Harrison, Director
of the E & C Bureau.
Harold H. Feeney, Division
Chief, and members of his staff
have offices in Building 530,
Corozal. The Pacific Area Of-
fice, headed by Kenneth C.
Hellums, is located in the same
building. The Atlantic Area Of-,
fice. headed by George V. Kir-
kland, is located in Building
5115. Mount Hope.


PanCanal Women

To Meet Monday

The Panama Canal Wo-
men's Welfare Group will
hold a general meeting on
Monday, July 15, on the first
anniversary of the organiza-
tion, The meeting will be held
at 9:30 a.m. at the Training
Center in Balboa and every
woman in the Canal Zone is
invited to attend.
Officers for the new year
will be elected.


~~fffL~fIIiE A~Tmp Car4! ~ -


! SPILLWAY.


VOL. II No. 4 FRIDAY, July 12, 1963


PILINGS REMOVED Work is expected to be completed this week on removal of pilings from
the mouth of the Chagres River near the south end of the Gamboa bridge. The pilings were
installed in 1939 as part of a sand and gravel washing plan. in connection with the Third Locks
project. The removal work s being done by Dredging Division- personnel using a Lima excavator
mounted on a flat-deck barge, shown above alongside the pilings.




Canal Entrants Named



For Marlin Tourney


The names of. the Panama
Canal employees who will
make fishing trips on Panama
Canal launches during the 11th
An nua l International Marlin
and Sailfish Tournament, which
will be held from July 13 to
September 3, have been an-
nounced.
The cost for each participant
will be a $5 entry fee and $20
charge for subsistence. This
may be mailed to the Special
Services Officer, Box M, Bal-
boa Heights, or paid directly
in the office of the Executive
Secretary, Room 205, Adminis-
tration Building.
Each participant and his
organization must notify alter-
nates if the selectee himself
cannot participate. Any selectee
who fails to do so must pay the
tariff even though he does not
make the trip,
Each launch will have two
heavy marlin rigs and two
sailfish rigs on board for fish-
ing. Participants should bring
their own refreshments, special
food articles, clothing, bedding
and/or air mattress (if desir-
ed), personal fishing equip-
ment, radios and cameras.
The launches will leave from
the Dredging Division dock at
Diablo at 7 a.m. on the first
day of each scheduled trip and
will return to the dock prior to
midnight on the last day of the
trip.
The schedule of trips and the
names of those who are going
from each organization are as
follows:
July 13-16, Corbina: CivilI
Affairs Bureau, J. D. Barnes;
Engineering and Construction
Bureau, B. W. Ferry; Health
Bureau, Lt. Col. Milton Cohen;
Marine Bureau, H. E. Robison;


Transportation and Terminals
Bureau, Otho F. Holtzclaw;
Administrative a n d General
Staff, Bill De La Mater.
July 20-23, Corbina: Admi-
nistrative, Burt Mead; E & C,
J. C. Tate; Health, A. B. Carr,
Jr.; Marine, Marion E. Taake;
Supply and Community Serv-
ice, Allen B. Lancaster; T & T,
Calvin M. Landrum.
July 27-30, Corbina: Adminis-
trative, Jerry. Mitchell; Civil
Affairs, A. F. Hanson; Health,
C. E. Pearson; Marine. Charles
W. Rager; Supply and Com-
munity Service, Harold I. Tin-
nin; T & T, Bill Waldron.
August 3-6, Corbina: Admi-
nistrative. Jerry Detamore;
Civil Affairs, J. V. Foster; E
& C. William Aiello; Marine,
George Babinecz; Supply and
Community Service, Charles N.
Norris; T & T, Irl I. Sanders.
August 10-13, Corbina: Admi-
nistrative, Roy Friedel; Civil
Affairs, B. E. Caldwell; E & C,
W. C. Williford; Health, Capt.
A. L. Burden; Supply and Com-
munity Servic e, Kerner E.
Frauenheim; T & T, Lester V.
Forsgren.
August 17-20, Corbina: Admi-
nistrative, Dick Egolf; Civil
Affairs. Andrew Kozar; E & C,
M. Bierman; Health, Dr. Ken-
neth Bloomberg; Marine, Char-
les E. Stanley; T & T, Vernon
Seeley.
August 24-27, Corbina: Admi-
nistrative, John McNatt; Civil
Affairs, M. Ferry; E & C, .Ju-
lian S..Hearne; Health, Capt.
Charles J. Fagan; M a r i ne,
Keith J. Lane; Supply and
Community Service, Robert C.
Meehan.
August 31-September 3, Cor-
bina: Civil Affairs, DanielI
Harned; E & C, C. Hummer;


Health, Lt. Col. Charles W.
Metz; Marine, Phil Sanders;
Supply and Community Serv-
ice. Earl W. Sears; T & T, Tay-
lor Spurlock.
August 17-20, Anayansi: E &
C, Regina Bannister; Comp-
(See page 3)


Pilot's Daughter

HIelps' Caroline


Miss Deborah McAndrews,
daughter of Panama Canal
pilot and Mrs. Thomas Mc-
Andrews,- has an unusual
summer occupation. No w
visiting friends in Newport,
Deborah has undertaken the
task of "breaking in" a pony
for Caroline Kennedy, the
President's daughter, giving
a daily work out to the black
and white pinto.
But what particularly thrills
Deborah about her job is the
prospect of getting a chance


"",' ,* to ride J a c kie Kennedy's
S '. hunter, also stabled at the
"' :'''. same Newport stables.



Special Buses

:' 0To Meet Trains

This Saturday
.' ]


Canal Zone Atlantic Side re-
sidents, children and grownups,
who wish to see the Saturday
morning matinee of the world-
famous Berlin Circus at the
Balboa Theater will find that
the Panama Canal Transporta-
tion Division has joined forces
to make certain they get to the
theater on time.
Special busses will be at the
Balboa Railroad Station Satur-
day morning to meet the train
that leaves Colon at 8 a.m. and
arrives at Balboa Heights at


The Circus 'opened last
night with one. performance.
Two performances are sche-
duled for today, beginning at
2:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. this
evening. The final perfor-
mance will begin at 10 a.m.
Saturday at the Balboa
Theater. There are no ad-
vance ticket sales for the
Circus, but the box office is
open three hours before each
performance.


9:16 a.m. Children and adult
indoor circusgoers will be
brought to the door of the Bal-
boa Theater in ample time to
get tickets and be seated for
the performance at 10 a.m.
After the circus performance
there will be time for lunch
before boarding the buses to
travel to the Balboa Heights
Railroad Station for the train
that leaves at 1:04 p.m.
No charge Will be made for
the special bus service. The
regular train fare will prevail.


Are You Getting


Spillway, Reiew?

Are you getting the SPILLWAY on Friday or
your first working day after Friday? Are you getting
the REVIEW?
Both publications are being distributed to all
Panama Canal employees without charge. If you
aren't getting yours, ask your supervisor about it. He
is responsible for seeing that the SPILLWAY is avail-
able to you on Friday of each week and that the
REVIEW is available to you on the first Friday of the
month.
If you are not a Panama Canal employee, but
wish to receive the, REVIEW, you should send the
subscription price of $1 per year to "The Panama
Canal Review, Box M, Balboa Heights C. Z." No
-arrangement has been made for individual mailings
of the SPILLWAY, but copies usually are available in
the civilian communities of the Zone.
Supervisors and other Canal officials who would
like to have the number of SPILLWAYs or REVIEWs
changed for their unit, should do the following:
Take the envelope or mailing label which comes
with the package received by your unit and send It
to the Printing Plant, Mount Hope, C. Z., with the
change you desire.


rdam"M" cdan"I


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Page TWO SPILIWAY ~uiIy 12, 1963


ELEANOR A. FLEMING MARRIES

LIEUT. JOHN CHARLES PACE


The Governor of the Canal
Zone, Major General Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., and Mrs. ,Fle-
ming announce the 'marriage
of their daughter, Eleanor Au-
gusta, to Lieut. (j. g.) John,
Charles Pace son of Mrs. Har-
vey A. Pace of Dallas, Texas,
and the late Mr. Pace, in a
candlelight, service on .Jply 1
at the Main Post Chapel, Fort
Belvoir, Va.
The bride is the granddaughter
of the late Col. and Mrs. Ro-
bert J. Fleming of Washington,
.D.- C., and the late Dr. and
Mrs. Henry S. Canby of Denver,
Colo. She was presented to
society at a dance at the Union
Club in Panama, is a member
of Kappa Kappa Gamma and.
Sigma Tau Delta, and was
graduated in June from Buck-
nell University, Lewisburg, Pa.
Lieut.' Pace is the grandson
of Mrs. D. A. Bradshaw -of
Dallas, Tex., and the late Mr.
Bradshaw, and of the late Mr.
and Mrs. John Charles Pacet of
Stuttgart, Ark. He is a graduate
of Texas A. & M., College Sta-
tion. Tex. '
Their bride, who was given in,
marriage by her father, wore
a floor length gown- of white
embroidered silk organdy over
white taffeta fashioned with a:
bateau neckline, tea cup, sle-
eves, satin inserted midriff-with
two roses at the back of thel
waist, and side-gathered skirt
with hand embroidered flowers
and a deep hem. A cap of
pearls held in place her- silk
illusion p o u f f veil, and she
carried a nosegay of white
sweetheart roses and lilies of
the valley.I
The chapel altar 'was adorned
with vases of white gladioli and
chrysanthemumW and flanked
by many tall pedestal candela-
bra, baskets of flowers and
palms. The pews were,marked
with bows of'tulle and white
gladioli.
The maid of honor, Miss Mar-
garet Hill of Long Island, N.
Y., and the bridesmaids, Miss
Margaret Lee of Malvern,- Pa.,
Miss Barbara Post of Paoli,
Pa., and Miss Jill Hagen of
Ankara, Turkey, wore Kennedy
pink street length dresses of
silk chiffon, each with a
separate brief Watteau, back
bolero with a button panel ex-
tending to the hemline. Their
matching head pieces we r e
fashioned with a flower and a.
short circle veil and they car-
ried matching carnation bou-
quets.


Language Lab


For CZ College


The' new Canal Zone College
in La Boca will feature a mo-
dern language laboratory to
facilitate instruction in foreign
languages.
Language instruction at Ca-
nal Zone College is not restrict-'


'Mule' Loses-

To Visiting
Gato Solo


mrs. JOHN CHARLES PACE


Mrs. Fleming wore pale
yellow lace over yellow- silk
chiffon made with cap sleeves
and a shirred chiffon midriff
and lace skirt. Her accessories
were, in a matching shade.
aMrs. Pace wore sea green: silk
allouette, fashioned with a ring
- neckldie, below-elbow steeves -and
a -skirt shaped by soft inverted
pleats; and,'matching "accessories.
The-best man was Dougfas Wil-


(ristobal assist in.Mercy Mission
The S.S, Cristobal detoured
slightly during its most recent
trip. to. New Orleans to pick; up;
an injured sailor. The .man
later was taken from the Cris.
tobal by- a Coast Guard launch
to a New Orleans hospital.
The seaman, Abraham De
Ridde r, a crewman on,the
Holland-American vessel Kap-
sedyk, was picked up July 2
and was put on the launch in
the, evening of July 3. There
was no word as to the man's
injuries or what caused them.


Superior Service Awards


Go To 91 PC Employees
Ninety-one Canal employees Dorothy W. Montanye, Egbert
who last month received Su- E. Crouch, Robert J. Blair,
prior Service A w a r d s and Truman H. Hoenke, Felix Kar-
checks for $150 each are as pinski, -Gilbert H. Davis. Do-
follows: nald H. Spencer, W. C. Kee-
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU pers, Theodore W. A. Krzys, R.
Margaret B. Zeimetz, Wilma M. Jones.
D. Crump. Au vie H. Byrd, HEALTH BUREAU
Constantine Downs, Shirley F. Raymond G. Bush, Mack F.
Anderson, F. S. Southerland, Bailey, K. C. Zimmerman, Jr.,
Evelyn D. Engelke, Edith- M. Robert D. Wallace, Marcia H.
Mathieson, Eloise Monroe. Sey- Van Home. Eulalia Guardia J.,
mour I. 'Barkowitz. Philip C. Olsen, Ephraim B.
MARINE BUREAU Campbell, Cynthia 0. Williams,
Kenneth L. Bivin, Franklin Lillie W. Wood, Elizabeth H.
W. Allie, Vernon C. Whitehead, Davison, Jose Bermudez C.,
William T. Clute. John F. Mee- Carmen Ho, Winnifred E. See-
han, C. V. Torstenson, Robert ley, C. J. Mitchusson.
F. Boyd, Roy L. Hearn, Fur- SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
man D. Saunders. SERVICE BUREAU
Nelson R. Clark, Frank R. Peter Neblett, Preston W.
Costanzo, Archon Archbold, McBarnette, W.. J. Sinclair,
Fredrick,. W. Jones, Robert G. Esau E. Young. Hercilia Fore-
Peterson, John A. Redway, ro.
John M. Wheaton, Marcos M. COMPTROLLER
Waite, Anthony Nita, James G. Ruth J. Bain, Elsie N. Smith,
Slice. John R. Degrummond, Jr.,
Arthur E. Johnson, Leonard Theodore D. Melanson, Wins-
Id. Ruppel, James M. Slover, ton V. Bell.
E. M. Kreuger, Arturo G. Lo- ADMINISTRATIVE BRANCH
pez, George H. Waithe, Leroy Catherine I. Oliver, Elvera
Wilson, Jr;, George M. Lowe, N. Breakfield.
Lucas Scott, H. L. Maynard, TRANSPORTATION AND
Arnold South, Lionel L. Ewing. TERMINALS BUREAU
Manuel D. Galvez, Alton E. Richard E. Bunch, Jr.,
Jones, G. P. Gramlich, Jr., Canute S. Cockburn.
Constant H. Claveau, C. A. ENGINEERING AND
Cavanaugh, Jr., Howard G. An- CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
person, Alfredo Coco, Harold W. J. Nickisher, Jr.. Herbert
S. Gaskin. Reginald A. Cortes. Douglas.


lia.ms and the ushers were
Lieut. (j.g.) Ralph C. Cappell,
Lieut. (j g.) James Satterfield,
and Lieut. Immediately following 'the ce-
remony, the bridal couple waIked
under an arch of crossed sabers
'and, following an old Army cus-
tom, mounted a (mofabi) mobile
floating asaull bridge for the
ride to Mackenzie Hall where the
reception was held.
After a wedding trip through
the East, the couple will'reside at
the Presidio of San Francisco,
Calif.


Lock operations in one lane
of Miraflores L o c k s were
temporarily halted recently
when a gato solo coatimundii)
became lodged in the grease-
coated gears of a locomotive.
The animal had been in the
east side wall tunnel before
he was chased into the
"mule." Repeated efforts to
slip a rope around the well-
greased gato solo met with
failure.
Finally Joe Quintal and
several other electricians at
Miraflores used a fire ex-
tinguisher and aimed the icy
spray at the thoroughly frigh-
tened animal. After about 15
minutes of fire extinguisher,
the animal was nearly frozen.
A rope was finally secured
around the animal's hind legs
and he was pulled from the
machine. When last seen he
was hot-footing it home, a
little colder and perhaps a.
little wiser.

WAGES OF SIN
Did you hear about the fellow
who went to Gorgas Hospital,
coildnt find a parking spot. so
decided to use one of the spaces
reserved for members of the
clergy?
He got a ticket from 'a Priest
- Police Officer Clarence
Priest.


Taboga Festival Next


Two of Panama's best at-
tended and picturesque Patron
Saint Festivals are held during
July, one at Taboga island and
the other- in Las Tablas. The
Virgin of Carmen Festival on
Taboga will be July 16-21, and
the Santa Librada Festival in
Las ,Tablas, July 19-23.
The Taboga Festival includes
two processions on Sunday,
July 21: one maritime, in the


morning, and the other on land,
in the afternoon. The second of-
fers as an added attraction the
Pollera Festival, which will be
extended to two days this year.
Both festivals have the com-
plete support of the Panama
Government Tourist Bureau.
Arrangements h a v e been
made for a continuous launch
service to Taboga, the Island
of Flowers, for the duration of


ed to day classes, but also is
available in the late afternoon
and evening for persons who
are employed during the day.
Many military personnel also
attend the classes.
During the spring, semester
there were afternoon and even-
ing classes in Spanish, French,
German, and Russian. Langua-
ge classes at the College ranged
from beginning through third
year sessions in interpreting
and translating classes.
The Canal Zone College now
is conducting a survey of those
interested in fall enrollment to
determine how many language
classes should be scheduled
this fall. Persons who want to.
take language c courses are
asked to call 2-2380 or 2-4590,
giving name, address, telephone
number, language in which
interested, and previous study
(if any) of the language.


VW Club Plans


Rally July 21
The Panama and Canal Zone
Volkswagen Club will hold a
Gas Economy Rally on July 21.
The Rally, open to all Volks-
wagen owners on the Isthmus
and in Panama, will get under-
way at 8:30 from the Conoco
gas. station on Balboa Avenue.
The Rally will be run through.
the city and. the county at legal
speeds, emphasizing safety.
Trophies will be awarded at the
conclusion of the race, which-
should be approximately 5:15
p.m.
All interested persons must
sign up by Wednesday evening.
July 17. Further information
can be obtained by calling Bal-
boa 2107 or Panama 5-1110
during office hours.


Week


the Taboga Patron Saint Fes-
tival, as well as sufficient room
and boarding facilities for the
many Panama and Canal Zone
residents who will be in at-
tendance.
Measures to assure transpor-
tation, room and board, have
been taken for the Las Tablas
Patron Saint Festival. so those?
attending the celebrations may
enjoy pleasant stays.


LEADING THE MARITIME PROCESSION at Taboga Island Is a small launch bearing a statue of
the Virgin, accompanied by a priest, a few young flower girls, and local authorities. This is the
highpoint of the Taboga festivities, which last six days.


Page TWO


1*2, 1963


SP I LLW A Y








Page THREE


S PILL W'A Y


No new Canal Zone swimming records were set at the 7th Annual Elk's 4th of July Swim Meet,
but interest and en'huiasm prevailed throughout the meet. The 48,race swim meet saw five near-
tVes 'of records, in the'Canal Zone. Closest of these was Jody Summerford's time of 2:48.8 in the
200yard individual medley' for '13 and 14 year old boys. This was 1.3 seconds off the CZ .mark 'of
2:47.5 set by Dirk. Van Loon in 1960. In the S0-yard freestyle for .11 and. 12 year old girls, Elva
Selens' 31.2 seconds .came within .4 seconds of Karen Hicks' 1960 record of 29.8 seconds.


Three of Balboa's top archers take aim during a practice ses-.
sion in Balboa Stadium. Coached by Tom ")Green Arrow" Mallia.,
these three lovelies, Jackie Lovelady, Lynn Frauenheim, and
Grace Whitney, -will be among the many "Robin Hoods" to com-'
pete in the archery tournament on August 13 at Margarita.


Weight o ass hI


Weekly Lilt.Te

W i f o r d Shaffer, i-eophyte
weight trainee 7at the Balboa
Gymnasium, took top honors in
the initial meet of the summer,
when he .,aceuulated :a pound-
age of 4110 pounds 'in the Bench,
Press.
Each week a weight training
contest will be held. Neither the
day of the event or the Weight
Training exercises involved will
be announced in advance.
Since, the Balboa Gymnasium
is operating a Weight Training
program and not a Weight Lift-
iag program. the winners each
week will be selected by use
of the following formula "5
times poundage minus b a d y
weight."
.Shaffer's winning score was.
attained in this manner he
Bench Pressed 115 pounds five
times for a total of 575 pounds;
,his body weight 165 pounds. was
deducted to give his contest
total of 410 pounds. -
IPartiqipants in the weekly
contest must execute, in good
form, at least five. repetitions
of the prescribed. exercise. Sec-
ond and third place honors
went to Joe Bremer and Bill
;Bleakley respectively.
'O t h e r s taking part in the
meet were Jahn Rathbeger,
Stew Brown. Mike Plucker Ho-
ward Rogers. Doug .M o r s e,
Andy Pafe, Ken Brogie. Larry
and Luther Quinn, Joe Hunt,.
Bruce Douglas. Ken Phillips,
Bob Daniel and Will Nordstrom.

New Games In Program

Boys, Girls learning
hIn the 8 eand over :age group
there 'are approdimately. 132
boys and girls enrolled. Numer-
mous -games like badmintono,
ping' pong, .kickbau., volleyballl.
neweomb, rotation, basketball,.
battleball, f o. ur .square, two
aq u a r e and dodgeball are
played.,;
nAmong- the youngsters who.
have excelled in these various
'games -are: Linda Nettles, Ray-
mond Letourneau., Richard Tur-
ner, Maureen Husinm, Edda
Davis, Billy Bell, Steve Mohi.
Vera Caldwell. Eileen Dolan,
Jim Whitney, Dennis "Fernan-
dez, Zan and Mike: Green. Mar-
lene Vogel. David Colaeicco,
Pat CGain, Gary Cotton, Michael
Dalo an, Juan GuiMien%. David
Lowe, Gary ,Myers. John Salts-
man, Charles Thompson, 'Jackie
L0ebfly and Kathb..Lawalee.


MBabm Girs Form

Three Basketball

Teams For Summer

Three girls' basketball teams
have been formed -at the Bal-
boa- gym with 12 girls on 'each
team. 'h re e -captains were,
chosen and they picked their
own teams,. erri Hunt is cap-
tain for Team 1, Kathy Lavalee
is captain for Tea.m 2 and
Grace Whitney is captain for
Team 3.
'The teams began the'r tour-
nament Monday, with Jerri
Hunt's team playing Grace
Whitney's, team. The game was
very cIo s e, with Whitney's
*squad winning .32-28.
.Two. games, have been played
each day this week, with Jerri
Hunt's team presently in first
place.

TRIP........

'trofler's Office.' Joyce Palmer
(husband. will accompany);
Comptroller's Office, H e 1 en
M in or; Personnel Bureau,
Louise Jones; P e. rs n n e 1
Bureau, Stella Mahoney; Health
Bureau, Elizabeth Kosan (hus-
hand .wil accompany).
August 24-27, Anayansi: Sup-
ply and. Community Service,
Vivian Corn ('husband will ac-
company); Health' Bureau-,
Winifred S e e Ie y; Personnel
Bureau, Janice Scott; Health
Bureau; Bernhilda F. Jensen;
E. & C. Dorothy Douglas (hus-
band will accompany); Marine
Bureau. Mary Williford.


:The Tiny Tots, who "eange
from 5 to 7 years *'0 *age are
'among: the, most enthusiastic
-children to ,enter the 'always
wide open doeos of Balboa,
Gym.
In the past three weeks,
many .who .were not able. to
.catch a: ball, let- alone throw
it, have progressed to playing
battle ball, and various other
throwing, .catching, and strik-
ing, :games.
The Tiny Tots not able to
'enter the more complicated
sports are organized into 4
teams usiqg relays .-as the


Seagram's Takes


First Half Crown


FIRST HALF
CY-RCA LEAGUE STANDINGS


Team
Seagram's V-O.O
Ron Cortes
Gordo&'s Gin
White Horse
Peugot 404
Four Roses


Pct GB
;700 -
.600 1
,60i 1
.500 2
.400 3
.200 5


The final night of play in the
first half of the CYRCA Basket-
ball League, was. ,one of ideci-
sion, as first place was'Odecid-
ed. Ron Cortes arind Seagranm's
V.O0, each sporting identical
6-3 records, faced different
teams for the first half title,
each team requiring a win to
have a chance for the title.
Seagram's with four men in
double figures, kept at least a
share of the crown in the first
game with a close 63-61 triumph
over Joe Wood's Peugot 404.
which was riding a four-game
winning streak. Paced by Tom
Murphy's 18 points and Charlie'
Newbury's 17 markers, Bert"
Joyce's green.clad five, pre-
season picks for third place,
were never headed..
. However,. Seagram's lead.was
never more than six and was
cut to nothing with .as, little as
6:05 to play in the game. W Iie
Engelke and Bob Bowman had
13 and 10, respectively. for the
winners, while Jennlngs Rog& c;'
18 points paced the losers Bob
Sanders a6d Dale Stevens each
had 10 for Peugpt.
Ron Cortes, neeing a win to
counteract the e a r Ii e r Sea-
gram's win, never got gPtog
against Four Roses. as they
were solidly trounced. -8- 2,
giving Sagram's the first half
championship. The Rummners
were behind by only three at
the half. but the shooting .of
Gary Collins. and Mike Petrows-


ki (20 and. 19 points, respective-
ly) in the -second half buried
the 'Herb Raybourn-led five.
Doug Aseron. playing fine
ball for the Resemen, added 17
arid Ken /Anderson hit 10 and
played a sparkling 'defensive
game. One. reason for the Rum-
mers downfall:was an off night
by Roy Culbreth, who had -only
12 points and Fred Raybourn,
who failed to score. Mike Le-
Brun and Herb Raybourn pick-
ed up the hall slightly with 16
and 15. respectively, but they
were unable to carry the team
to a win.
Gordon's Gin-was the favorite
to cop the "Round Robin"


competitive sport. The relays
involve balance, balls, animal:
,walks, and many other forms
of lively 'entertainment.
Tumbling under thi direc-
tion of Miss Paula Leftridge
is progressing, with the Tiny
Tots having moved fromn'low
balance beams upward. Stunts
re being, performed on these
beams by several of the. chil-
dren.
The active i ties are not
always. predictable by day,
with the weather and swim-
ming' lessons providing; a good
deal of competition.


EVENT
2 25 yd freestyle
50 yd' freestyle
25 yd backstroke
50 yd backstroke
25 yd breaststroke
50 yd breaststroke
25 yd butterfly
50 yd. butterfly
100 yd medley relay


200( yd :medley relay


100 yd: freestyle relay

200 yd freestyle relay
100 yd indy. medley
TEN YEARS


EVENT
25 yd freestyle
50. yd freestyle
25 yd backstroke
50 yd backstroke
25 yd breaststroke
50 yd breaststroke
25 yd butterfly
50 yd butterfly
100 yd medley relay


200 Yd medley relay


100 yd freestyle relay


200 yd freestyle relay
100 yd indv. medley


Tournament held.this week, but
the Ginners were toppled in
their second game of the tour-
ney. On the opening night 'of
the tournament, _Ron Cortes
defeated White Horse by the
score of 74-63 on the strength
of five men in double figures,
led by Ramon Quesada, with
19; and Roy Culbreth. with 16.
In the .second game .Monday,
Gordon's Gin edged.Peugot 404
74-67 behind John Cronan's 21
points, after 'the Carmen were
down by as much as 20 points
with five minutes'to play.-The
follow ng night, incredible. Sea-
gram's halted Four Roses 71-
65, with Charlie Newbury hit-
ting for 22 .and Tom Murphy
for 20.
Tuesday's second game saw
the Ginners lose to Ron Cortes
44-42, in the last three seconds
on a shot by Ramon Quesada,
in the lowest scoring game of
the year. Ron Cortes and Sea-
gram's played last night for
the tournament championship,


TIME DATE NAME
:13.2 3/1/59 John Townsend
:33.3 8/15/61 Dennis Holmes
:17.8 1/19/57 Henry Shirk
:42.2 8/15/61 Dennis Holmes
:19.7 9/7/57 John Townsend
:44.1 8/15/61 Ralph Moran
:15 4 9/58 John Townsend
:43: 8/15/61 Brian Plaisance
1:18.2 2/1/59 Holmes.
Summerford.
Sum m erford.
Townsend
3:15.0 1/5/62 Ray Mann, Mike
Leftridge, Ralph
Morgan.
Mike Young
1:03.5 7/4/59 Townsend. Ebdon,
Fransworth,
Voucher
2:23.6 9/6/55 Gangle, Slaughter,
Feeney. Holmes
1:40.9 8/7/59 James Singer
OLD AND UNDER GIRLS,


(SHORT COURSE) ,
TIME DATE NAME
:14,G 2/22/61 Bebe Holmes
:33.5 '5/6/61 Elva Sellens
:18-6 9/7/58 Judy Redman
:43.2 5/11/63 Diana Ball,
:2A18 2/8/63 Rebecca Hicks
:46;0 5/11/63 Joann Roth
:17.5 7/4/62 Joann Roth
:44.5 8/15/61 Darlene Daly
1:20.ff 2/21/63 Anne Bowen. Anu
Mitchell, Joann
Roth. Dianne
Dimmick
3c21:7 1/5/62 Marjorie Wa r .
Whitney. Debbie
Gafner, Billy RoW
Marsh
1:405,9 2/2-1/63 Dianne Dimmick.,
Anne Mitchell,
Joan Roth, .
Grace Gustafsro
2:12.3 8/T/59 Koson. Manamiag
Shirk. Chadwick
1:47.8 8/22/60 Jane Wilson


July 12, 1963.


CZ Swimming Records


TEN YEARS OLD AND UNDER BOYS
(SHORT COURSE)


TOTS ENTHUSIASTIC


AT SUABIER GAMES









Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


July 12, 1963


CURTIS H. GEORGE, lead foreman electrician in
the Panama Canal Electrical Division on the At-
lantic side of the Isthmus and a longtime resident
of Gatun, was singularly honored by his community.
when he was chosen to give the Independence Day
address at the Gatun Fourth of July ceremonies.
This was the first time a member of the com-
munity had ever given the principal address.
A native of Allentown, Pa., Mr. George attend-
ed schools in Slatington, Pa., and was graduated,
from the high school there. He first saw the
Canal Zone while in U.S. Navy service from 1928
to 1935, liked what he saw, and decided he'd like
to live here. He tried for several years to get
a position here and in the meantime worked for
Bethlehem Steel as an electrician mechanic. Thin
came a position with the Electrical Division as a
marine wireman, and he came to the Isthmus on
February 6, 1941, accompanied by his wife and
family.
All his Panama' Canal service has been with
the Electrical Division, and all on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus. The George family moved to
Gatun in 1946 and has resided there since.
Mr. George is active in church and fraternal
organizations and is a trustee in the Gatun Union
Church. His wife, Mrs. Alberta George, is active
in the women's groups in the church and the fra-
ternal organizations, and is organist at the Gatun
Union Church.
Mr. and Mrs. George have three daughters and
a son. One daughter, Helen, was graduated from
Cristobal High School last month and will enter
Arizona State University in September to study
for a degree in nursing. The two other daughters
are married, one residing in Wilmington, Delaware,
and the other married to a serviceman stationed
on the Isthmus. Their son, Daniel, is an electrician
apprentice on the Pacific Side.


COLIN CAMPBELL, Profes-
sor of Economics at Dartmouth
College. who is visiting in the
Canal Zone for the first time
since he was graduated from
Cristobal High School 29 years
ago, is on familiar ground
when he views the Panama Ca-
nal or pursues his hobby of bird
watching. But much else, he
finds, is changed.
The Canal Zone town of Old
Cristobal, where he grew up,
exists only in history and the
house in which his family had
resided, near the present Cris-
tobal Yacht Club, is no more.
Even Cristobal High School,
from which he was graduated
in the Class of 1934, no longer


OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
July 1 7 1963
Miraflores Locks ..... 1,754
Gatun Locks ......... 242
Las Cruces,
11 trips .........I...... 1,671
Reina Manuelita,
1 trip ............... -21
Passenger Ships, 1 ... 90
Other Tours ......... 45

GRAND TOTAL ...... 4,223


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 16, ".Visit To
A Small' Planet"; July 17,
"Tonka"; July 18; "The Boy,
and the Pirates"; July 23,
"Guns of the Timberland";
July 24, "The Babe Ruth Sto-
ry"; July 25, "Kidnapped".
COCO SOLO: July 16, "Guins
of the Timberland"; July 17,
"The Babe Ruth Story"; July
18, "Kidnapped"; J u 1 y 23,
"Tonka"; July 24, "The Boy
and the Pirates"; July 25,
"Visit To A Small Planet".
MARGARITA: July 16, "Kid-
napped"; July 17, "Guns of the
Timberland"; .July 18, "The
Babe Ruth Story"; July 23,
"Visit To A Small Planet";
July 24, "Tonka"; July 25, "The
Boy and the Pirates".
GAMBOA:. July 15, "Tonka";
July 22, "The Babe Ruth Sto-
ry".
SHOWS
VIM T A SMALL PLAN-


CURTIS GEORGE gives the main Independence
Day speech at Gatun ceremonies, while other pro-
gram participants, Fred A. Newhard, lockmaster
at Gatun Locks, and the Rev. Daniel Kramer, C.
M., look on from their chairs.


is in Cristobal, now being locat-
ed in Coco Solo.
His father, the late James
S. Campbell, was Clerk of the'
District Court in Cristobal for
many years before retirement
in 1936.
After graduation from Cris-
tobal High School, Professor
Campbell attended Harvard
University and did graduate
work in economics at the Uni-
versity of Chicago. For a few
years he was with the Washing-
ton Board of Governors of the
'Federal Reserve System's Di-
vision of Research. He has
been a member of the faculty
at Dartmouth, in Hanover, N.
H., the past seven years.
Professor Campbell recalls
that the family's next door


neighbor in Old Cr i s tob a 1,
Charles McG. Brandl, introduc-
ed him to bird-watching as a
hobby. And as a bird-watcher
and naturalist, rather than as
a Professor of Economics, he
is, enjoying this vacation trip
to Panama and Central Amer-
ica. His wife shares his hob-
bies. and they have made a
trip to Barro Colorado Island
while here, between visits with
former schoolmates and old
family friends.
Professor and Mrs. Campbell
are the parents of a son, 11,
and a daughter, 7. On their
return trip to the United States,
they plan to travel by plane
and spend twq weeks in Gua-
temala and two weeks in Mexi-
co.


Boh Iuran Wins Playoff


For Jaycee Championship


Bob Duran, with Jeff Riley
in a sure position for a par,
sank a chip shot for a birdie
three on the second playoff
hole, to' win the Panama Jay-
Cee :Tournament. The team
will play in the International



N timnees


ET: Jerry Lewis-Joan Black-
man: It's different! It's daffy!
Above all it's laffy... Jerry's
way out there as the first space
creature to land on earth. 90
mins.
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 here... in the most
amazing adventure a boy ever
told. In color. 88 mins.
GUNS OF THE TIMBER-
LAND: Alan Ladd Jean ne
Crain: They came out of no-
where the wild, the lawless,
the free to tear the world's
tallest treasure from the wil-
derness. In color. 110 mins.
THE BABE RUTH STORY:
William Bendix: The life and
love of the one... the inimitable
... the great "Babe Ruth", base-
ball's greatest hitter. 112 mins.
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
mings.


Tournament in Midland, Texas,
on August 20-23.
The other two members of
the'four-man team are Craig
Stoudner, who led the tourney
for two rounds and finished at
230, and Tom Perantie, who
came from far back on the last
day with a 74 for a 231 total.
* Duran and Riley. were tied
after three rounds of play,
each carding 77s on the final
day for 229 totals. They both
picked up bogies on the first
hole of the sudden death play.
off. On the second hole Riley
trapped his second shot while
Duran landed one foot over the
green. Riley blasted out to
within a foot of the pin. Duran
proceeded to chip a wedge in
from forty feet to win the
title.


SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
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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The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is printed weekly at the Star and
Herald, Publishing Co., Panama,
Republic of Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE
Robert I. Fleming, Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended for publication
in the SPILLWAY should be receiv-
ed in the Panama Canal Press Of-
fice no later than Tuesday after-
noon of the week of publication.
Urgent material can be received
and processed for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on nThursday. Mail material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box 3K, Balboa Heights, C. Z.


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Panama Art Exhibit

To Open on July 19
Four well-known local artists
have been invited to exhibit their
latest works at the Instituto Pa-
namefio de Arte beginning Fri-
day, July 19. The exhibition will
be inaugurated that day at 8
p.m. at the Casa del Magisterio
Panamefio Un i d o (Teacher's
Guild Union) located just off
Avenida K one block south' of
Via Brasil.
The four artists are Beatrix
(Trixie) Briceno, who will ex-
hibit works executed in oil cra-
yons, Antonio Alvarado, Mario
Calvit and Ivan Zachrisson, all
of whom will exhibit their latest
works, mostly mosaics.
Following the official inaugu-
ration the exhibition will be open
to .the public for three weeks
from 9 a.m. to noon and from
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.


Medical Group

To Meet Tuesday

The 680th meeting of the
Medical Association of the Isth-
mian Canal Zone will be held
in the Gorgas Hospital Con-
ference Room at 7 p.m. on
Tuesday, July 16, 1963.
The scientific program for
the evening will feature Dr.
Willet F. Whitmore. Chief of
Urology at Memorial Hospital,
New York. Dr. Whitmore will
speak about "Genitourinary
Malignancies."
A buffet will precede the
meeting. Daniel Hirschl, secre-
tary of the Association, urges
everyone to be on time.



Coming

Events

July 13-Meeting of Board of
Directors of Panama Ca-
nal in Washington, D.C.
July 12, 20-"Miss Pa n am a"
contest at the Panama
Hilton Patio to select Pan-
ama's representative to
the International 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.
July 19-Art Exhibit. Latest
works of Beatrix Bricefio,
Antonio Alvarado, Mario
Calvit and Ivan Zachri-
sson. At the Panamanian
Arts Institute Galery in
the Teacher's United
Guild (Magisterio Pana-
mefio Unido) building,
Urbanizacion 0 b a r r i o,
Panama City.
July 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.

No pumps are used in filling
or emptying the lock chambers.
The principle involved is simply
that of letting water run down-
hill, since Gatun Lake is 85
feet above sea level. The water
flows from one level to another
through large tunnels located
in the center and side walls of
the locks.


CHS Grad Enjoying Visit


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-Ghampionship 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-Mery 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-Zoane 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 Xlub
5:30 Ted Mack
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-Servicesi In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore Show
8:55-SCIN 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 eKub
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 Allen 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 BOrge





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VOL. II No. 4


AY


VIERNES 12, JULIO 1963


2 Fieates P tronales


LA VIRGEN DEL CARMEN


Y SANTA LIBRADA SON

HOMENAJEADAS ESTE MES


Segfin el calendario de
festividades religiosas en
Panama, en el mes de ju-
lio se celebran dos de las
fiestas Patronales mAs
pintorescas y concurri-
das. Una es la de la Vir-
gen del Carmen, en Ta-
boga, del 16 al 21, y la
otra es la de Santa Libra-
da, en Las Tablas, del 19
al 23.
La primera ofrece la
particularidad de sus dos
procesiones: una mariti-
ma, en horas de la mafia-


na, y la otra terrestre, en
horas de la tarde. La se-
gunda ofrece como atrac-
tivo adicional la celebra-
ci6n del Festival de la
Pollera, que este afio ten-
dra una duraci6n de dos
dias.
A m b a s festividades
cuentan con el decidido
apoyo del Instituto Pa-
namefio de Turismo, que
ha venido desarrollando,
conjuntamente con la Ofi-
cina de Informaci6n de la
Compafiia del Canal de


Panama una intense
campafia de promoci6n
turistica hacia Taboga y
Las Tablas.
Por otro lado, se han
hecho los arreglos perti-
nentes para que, durante
los dias que duren las
fiestas patronales de Ta-
boga, se mantenga un
servicio continue de lan-
chas hacia la Isla de las
Flores, asi como suficien-
te acomodo y alimenta-
ci6n para los asistentes
de Panama y la Z. del C.
Similares providencias


Desde lo alto de la plaza situada frente a la Iglesia, los tabogoa
nos realizan su despliegue de fuegos artificiales en homenaje a,
la Santisima Virgen del Carmen cuyo nombre tambi6n aparee@
en quemantes letras, como se ve en la grafica.


en cuanto a transport te-
rrestre, hospedaje y ali-
mentaci6n se han tornado
para las fiestras patrona-


les de Las Tablas, a fin
de que los concurrentes
pueden disfrutar de gra-
tos dias.


UN GATOSOLO

INTERRUMPIO


MANANA ES DIA DE


CIRCO EN


BALBOA


Residents del atlAntico que desearen ver el famoso Circo de Berlin
en el Teatro de Balboa, el sAbado en la mahana se complacerAn al saber
que la Divisi6n de Transportes se ha anticipado a sus deseos.
Buses especiales aguardaran en la estaci6n de Balboa el tren que sa-
le de Col6n, a las ocho de la mariana. Nifios y adults serin transporta-
dos al Teatro de Balboa con tiempo suficiente para adquirir sus boletos
de la funci6n que empieza a las 10 de la mafiana.
Despu6s de la funci6n habri tiempo suficiente para ligero almuer-
zo antes de abordar el tren que safe a la 1:04 p.m. de Balboa, a cuya
estaci6n los llevaran los mismos buses, para el uso de los cuales no se
cobrari nada.


USO DE UNA ESCL USA
Un gatosolo por si solo logr6 la interrupci6n del servicio de una h"
lera de las esclusas de Miraflores: todo lo que tuvo que hacer fue esctv
rrirse entire el engranaje de una de las "mulas" locomotoras. El "inte-
rruptor" apareci6 s6bitamente en el lado E. del tunel y cuando fue co-
rreteado se meti6 dentro de la "mula": Todos los esfuerzos por enlazar-
Io y sacarlo de alli resultaban infructuosos, pues el gatosolo se las pintaba
solo para esquivar los lazos que le echaban.
Por fin se precise de todo uri quintal (el electricista Joe Quintal) I
otros compauieros quienes validos de extinguidores de llamas, atacaron as
acorralado gatosolo el que resisti6 por un cuarto de hora el g6lido bafio
de espuma antes de dejarse desplazar de la "mula" que Io amparaba y
daba asilo.
Patiatado, fue sacado de la maquina pero, una vez libre del lazo,
el gatosolo se las pint6 para el monte, renegando de las "mulas" mec6~
nicas que no pertenecen a la fauna tropical.


8 Candidates en

Busca de 1 Cetro
La campaila para elegir a poblaci6n, y cada uno aspira
la Reina de la Banda de la a que la suya luzca la coro-
Escuela Secundaria de Rain- na de 1963-64.
bow City esta en su apogee El cetro es disputado por
Los padres de familiar auspi- las senoritas Andrea Cox y
cian calurosamente la cam-
pafia, que esta encaminada a
recabar fondos para la adqui-
sici6n de nuevos uniforms
para los musicos.
Las bellas candidates re-
presentan los 5 barrios de la


Lydia Thom, de Rainbow
City; Cecilia Davis de Rain-
bow City Heights; Cheryl
Ellis y Elsa Howell de Camp
Coiner; Arsenia Galvez y
Clementina Troya de Camp
Bierd y Judith Andri6n de
Mindi.
El primer escrutinio se ve-
rificard el mi4rcoles 17 de los
corrientes en el Gimnasio de
Rainbow City y se espera una
gran concurrencia.


Para Ayudar a Marino

Se Desvio El Cristobal
El vapor Crist6bal tuvo que
desviarse un poco de su ruta
habitual durante su ultimo via-
je a Nueva Orleans. Lo hizo pa-
ra recoger a un marinero heri-
do, quien mAs adelante fue
trasladado a una lancha del
Servicio de Guardacostas para
ser trasportado a un hospital
de Nueva Orleans.
El marinero, Abraham de
Rieder, miembro de la tripula-
ci6n del vapor KAPSEDYK, de
la linea Holandesa, fue recogi-
do el 2 de julio y pasado al
guardacosta el dia siguiente.

VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1.754
Esclusas de Gatfn ... 242
Las Cruces
(11 viajes) ......... 1.671
Reina Manuelita
(1 viaje) ........... 21
Barcos de pasajeros
(1) ................. 90
Otras jiras ........... 445
GRAN TOTAL: ...... 4.223


ROSE MARY WEBB, una pre-
ciosa estudiante del Instituto
Panamericano de la ciudad de
Panama, es una de las ocho
candidates al reinado del Se-
gundo Festival del Arroz que.
se celebrara en Arraijin del 13
al 15 de septiembre de este afid.
El primer escrutinio tendri lu.
gar el 20 de este mes. Rose
Mary es hija del finado Harry
Webb, veteran de la primerai
guerra mundial, quien power 24
arios trabaj6 como sefialero ei
la Division de Marina del Ca-
nal de Panama. La madre de
Rose Mary, Griselda Webb, re-
side en San Francisco de la
Caleta, en Panama.


Damas del Canal de
Panami se reunirin
Las damas del Canal de
Panama, celebrarAn una
reuni6n el lunes 15 de los
corrientes en conmemora-
ci6n del primer aniversario
de la fundaci6n del grupo.
La reuni6n estA fijada pa-
ra las nueve y media de la
maijana en el Centre de
Adiestramiento en Balboa y
quedan invitadas todas las
damas de la Zona del Ca-
nal.
Se elegirh la Directiva
para el nuevo afio.


LA BANDA DE MUSICA de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso,
ameniza los events atl6ticos intercolegiales que estin celebrhn-
dose en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal. La
banda es dirigida per la profesora Mary Margaret Dzevaltauskas.






~igina DOS SPILIWAY Julio 12 do 1963


Guia de la Zona del Canal
Para cualquier informaci6n relacionada con excursions por
el Canal de Panama se puede Ilamar al Servicio de Guias de
la Zona del Canal, tel6fono 2-1660, PanamA.


LABORATORIO DE IDIOMAS

EN UNIVERSIDAD ZONEITA


Si usted piensa -levar comni-
go a los Estados Unidos un
vehiculo, conv.iene que se ente-
re de lo, siguiente:
1. El vehicirlo debe de ser 'la-
,vado en -forma ,a qtiitarle
hasta el ultimo vestigio de
tierra (o lodo);
2. Si no es de manufacture nor-
teamericana esti sujeto al
pago de los imrpuestos de im-
;portaci6n de 84i por ciento
de su avaldo.
3. Si el carro fue heeho en. los
Estados Unidos de Anmdrica
y vendido originalmenie en
ese pais no esta sujeto a car-
go alguno. si se someten
pruebas del becho. Si el co-
Che es de marca norteameri-
Scana pero vendido a] extran-'
jero -un pequeIo cargo se ba-'
rA sobre materials etemtan-


El Institute Panamefio de Ar-
,te ha anunciado la- celebraci6n
del Primer Sal6n Abierto de
PanamA para el 15 de noviem-
bre venidero. Para ese primer
sal6n de artes plAsticas habra
tres premios oficiales asi como
;los ilamados premios de Adqui-
sicion.
.SegAn las reglas del concur-
so podrAn participar en el mis-
moe no solo artists panamaefioes
sine extranjeros que resident en,
el' Istmo por mis de un afo.
Obras de todas las tendencies
y t6cnicas podrAn ser someti-
.das, limitAndose a cada partici-
pante a 3 trabajos. Estos de-
iben de ser originates es .decir,
que no se hayan exhibido ante-
aiormente. Ning6n cuadro debe
medir mis de 38. pulgadas de
a'ndho.
Para su ident'iicaci6n, cada
obra debe indicar. en la parte
posterior del marco, el noMibre
del autor y su titulo. Las obras
deben ir acompafiadas con su
matricula -o inscripci6n y debe-
Afn ser entregadas ein Las afi-
einas del Instituto entire *-l 14
y el 26 de octubre.
E ll Consejo Tecnico determi-
loara cuales obras son admisi-
'iles a, la exposicion. Las que
no 10o fueren deberin- ser reco-
,gidas durante la primera se-
maria de noviembre.
in Jurado escogeri las abras
premiadas en eate Primer CGran
.Sa,6t Alierto de Panamai que
hari historic.


ROBERT JOSEPH BYRNE, quien aqui apa-
rece es el Superintendente del Servicio de
Guias de la Zona del Canal, organizaci6n que
tan eficaz y novel servicio viene prestando
a la comunidad asi como a los miles de vi-
sitantes al Canal de Panama desde que em-
pez6 a funcionar. Nacido, en Col6n, Rep6bli;
ca de PanamA, el sehor Byrne hizo sus es-
tudios en Crist6bal y Balboa, Zona del Canal
y tom6 los cursos que ofrece localmente la
Uhiversidad de Florida. Bob entr6 a la or-
ganizaci6n en enero 16 de 1939, trabajando
primero en lap esclusas de Gat6n y luego
en la Secci6n de Almacenes, que Ileg6 a re-
gentar en 1942. En mayo de 1962 mereci6
y obtuvo el Premio por Servicios ASperiores.
Domiciliado en El Cangrejo, !Bob es casad,
con la dama panamefia dofia Dora Diaz y
tfienen una hijita do 7 aros, Patricia Maria.
Deported favorite: el baloncesto.


jeres: empleados. Eso puede
montar a $1.00 o quizas $5.00,
except .si el carro es nue-
vo, en cuyo caso podria 11e-
legar hasta $28.50.
4. Q 'i-e nes embarquen un
vehiculo no acempa-fiado per
el duefio para Nueva Orleans,
deben comuniearse con ,el
Agente General de la Com-
patia del Canal. de. Eanamfi
S(telkfono: 947-4417) antes de
ar al miuelle a recoger el ca-
rro. De esta forma, se evi-
tan -demoras en su entrega.
5. En el viaje de regreso de
Nueva Orleans (si viene, por
el vapor Cr i t 6 bal) los
vehiculos deben ser entrega-
dos en el muelle antes de las
10 de la maia;na del dia an-
terior a lasalida.,Si se tra-
tare .dpe ,dia feriado deben


haeerse ariigleos previous.


SE FAJAN EN-

COLON EL, 14

AFICIONADOS
El domingo por la noche ten-
dri ,otro excelente program
de boxee en la Arena de Col6n,,
la Liga Distritorial de Boxeo
Aficionado de Colon.
La cartlla. que oensta de ,cn-
co com-bates, es 'la siguiente:
Ascanio Davis vs.
Jorge Gonzalez
119 'lbs.
Humberto Lewis vs.
Vernal Farmuni
124 lbs.
Roberto Javier vs.
Vicente Ortiz /
105 ltbs.
Domingo HernAndez vs.
Paid Robinson
135 lbs.
Abelardo Racere vs.
Alberto Brand
119 lbs.

CORRE SU ALBUR
Un corredor de apuestas de
Broadway falleci6 y 'sus com-
pafneros deseosos de despedirlo
dianamente contrataron a un
evangelista para duigir los ser-
v.icios ffnebres. Durante [as dos
termoeras parties de su discurso,
el tipo anunciaba solemnemen
te: "el hermano 3ake .no esta
muerto. esta durmiendo "
Del fondo de la habitaci6n,
jlena s ey6 'ana voz que decia, "A-
ipueateo 8 a 5 en &se".


LA DEL PONY

ES DEBORAH
Deborah McAndrews, hija del
Prctico, del Canal de Panami.
Tom McAndrews y la periodis-
ta Anita McAndrews, ha obte-
aido una\ ocupaci6n ,veraiega
que eonsis-te en dAmQar el po-
trillo, blanquinegro de Caroline
Kennedy, la hija del Presidente
de los Estados Unidos.
T dasLas mafianas, la peque-
fia Deborah, quien pasa el ve-
rano en Newport con su abuela
materna, ejercita al pony y
la-nza miradas al eaballo:de ca-
za de Jacqueline Kennedy, en
el establo contiguo al que oeu-
pa el pony. Deborah expert
a'mazaoa que es, aspira a que
leI permitan ejercitar matinal-
mnente al cabatlote propiedad
de la sefiora del Presidente.


La nueva Universidad de la
Zona del Canal que se levan-
tari en La Boca instalara un
laboratorio para faeilitar el
aprendizaje de idiomas moder-
nos, entire las otras cosas -no-
vedosas conque contarA.
Las classes de idiomas no es-
tin circunscritas a' las horas
diurnas, pero se dictan tambidn
en las vespertinas y nocturnas
para aquellas personas cuyas
ocupaciones no les permit to-
marlas durante las' horas hibi-
les corrientes.
Durante el. semester de pri-
mavera hubo classes en la tar-


de y en la noche de espafiol,
francs, alemin y ruso. cu-
briendo desde las classes ele-
mentales hasta las avanzadas
de interpretaci6n y traduecion.
La Universidad de la Zona
del Canal esta actualmente in-
vestigando quidnes estin intere-
sados en matricularse durante
el cursor internal para determi-
nar asi cuantas classes prepa-
rar.
Los interesados en estas cla-
ses deben telefonear al tel6fo-
no Balboa 2-2380 6 2-4590 para
hacer los arreglos del caso.


IT












p.,


Desde el primero de julio la
Division de Contratos e Inspec-
ciones ha cambiado el nombre.
Ahora se llama, simplemente,
la "Divisi6n de Construcci6n,
nombre que denota con mayor
propiedad sus funciones, en opi-
nion del Coronel Matthew C.
Harrison, Director de la Direc-
ci6n de Ingerieria y Construc-
ci6n.
Las oficinas del jefe de la Di-


vision, Harold H. Feeney y
miembros de su despacho, es-
tan ubicadas en el edificio 530
de Corozal, donde tambi&n fun-
ciona el despacho del Area del
Pacifico, encabezado por Ke-
nneth C. Hellmus.
Las oficinas del Area Atlin-'
tica que dirije George V. Kir-
klan estan ubicadas en el edi-
ficio 5115 de Mount Hope.


ESTE ES EL EQUWPO do atletismo de ]a Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City que compiti6 en el
torneo de pista y campo del 4 de Julio on el Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena",
de 4a ciudad de PanamA. De izquierda a derecha: et professor C16n Guardia, Claudi. Baptiste
(40i metrost, EmEerson Farabuar (100 y 200 metros), Eric Charles (100 y 400 metres), Ricardo
McFrllane ;(tbala y disco), Reinaldo Smith y Carl Edmund (M1U y 200 metros) y el ,prefesor Yuda
Morheimm.


DIVISION DE CONSTRIJCCION


SE LLAMA AIIORA LA ANTIGUA

DE CONTRATOS E INSPECCIONES


CONSEJOS SOBRE CARROS


PARA QUIENES VIAJEN


EVENT ANNUAL DEL
VOLKSWAGEN CLUB
El Volkswagen Club de Pa-
nama y la Zona del Canal,
celebrara su eveonto de
"Ahorro de Gasolina" el 21
de los corrientes, el cual es-
ta abierto a tode duefio de
coche de esa marca. La
prueba empezara a las '8:30
de la mefiana on la estaci6n
Conoco de la Avenida Bal-
boa, Panama.
La prueba que sera corri-
da en ia ciudad y el campo
a velocidad normal, e s t
destinado a destacar el ma-
-nejo con cuidado. Al con-
clujirse la prueba seran en-
tregados trofeos a los gana-
dores.
Los interesados en parti-
cipar deben registrarse el
miercoles 17. Para mayors
informaciones sirvase comu-
picarse con el tel6fono (Bal-
goa) 2107 o (Panama) 5-1110,
durante las horas hAbiles.


S'* 1'



ARTISTS DE LA ZONA EN


EL PRIMER SALON ABIERTO


Recibe Su Spillway


Y Su Review Siempre?

Recibe usted el SPILLWAY los viernes o en
su primer dia de trabajo despu6s del viernes? ,Re-
cibe usted el REVIEW en espafiol?
Ambas publicaciones se estin repartiendo a to-
dos los empleados del- Canal de PanamA completa-
mente gratis. Si usted no esta recibiendo las suyas,
pregfintele a su jefe. El es responsible que el SPILL-
WAY lo reciba usted los viernes de eada semiana y
que el REVIEW EN ESPANOL le sea entregado el
primer viernes de cada mes.
Si usted no es empleado del Canal de PanamA,
pero desea recibir el REVIEW EN ESPANOL, debe
enviar el preeio de subscripci6n de $1 por ario a "The
Panama Canal Review, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.
Z." No se han hecho arreglos para enviar por correo
el SPILLWAY, pero los ejemplares estan disponibles
generalmente en las comunidades civiles de la Zona.
Los jefes y otros funcionarios del Canal que de-
desen cambiar la cantidad de SPILLWAY o REVIEW
para sus unidades, deberin hacer lo siguiente:
Tomen el sobre o la etiqueta de correo que viene
con el paquete recibido per su unidad y envienlo a la
imprenta de Mount Hope, Zona del Canal, con el
cambio que ustedes deseen.
I i


'SPILLWAY


Julio 12 do 1963


1Pigina DOS


I






Pa.aTRE.


Julio 12 de 1,963S


Deportivo


Entre


Los


Atletas Zoneitas


Y "U" De Panama
S- Uh intercambio deportivo entire las Escuelas Latino-
americanas de la Zona del Canal y la Universidad de Pa-
narmA, se inici6 el domingo filtimo, cuando se midieron en
partido de ffitbol los oncenos de segunda division de la
S* Universidad de Panamai y el de la escuela secundaria de
Paraiso, en el campo de juegos de Paraiso.
SLos universitarios triunfaron con anotaci6n de cineeo
goles por uno en este encuentro celebrado en horas de la
Este intereambio, que abarca todos los aspects de-
portivos, continuarA en el mes de agosto pr6ximo, cuando
el equipo femenino de la Escuela de Educaci6n Fisica de
la Universidad de Panama, se mida con el conjunto si-
milar de la escuela secundailia de Paraiso en el Gimnasio
de Paraisoe.


EN LA PRUEBA de0los 100 metros pianos del' torneo del 4 de julio, trinf6o el colonense Mario
Brown, del, Deportivo Jones, en tanto que Emerson. Farqhuar, de Rainbow City,, al extreme dere-
cho, l'eg6 en l segundo lugar, y Eric Charles, ta mbi6n de Rainbow City,. ocup6 el: tercer puesto.


CLASIFICARON 3 DE LA ZONA


Tres atletas- de las comun-da-
des latinoamerieanas de la Zo-
na del Canal, estain incluidos
entire los que se enfrentarin a,
los atlelas de Puerto Rico que
visitarAn el Istmo a fines de,
este mes.
Ent las eomlpetencias de p'sta
y campo celebradas el p.asado -
4 de julio en el Estadio Olim-
pico "Juan YDem6stenes Arose-
mena", de la ciudad de Pana,
ma. clasificaTonr E'm c r s o n
Farqhuar y Eric Ch'r:es de
Rainbow City, en distancias
,cortas, y Winston; W :odczck, de
Paraiso, en salto alto.
Los atletas puertorriquefios,,
que harainuna jira por various
paises de la Amer'ca Central,
incluyendo Mexico, llegaTrAn at
Istmo el 24 de este m;es,, para,
competir el 27 per la noche en,
el Estadie Olimpieo. frente a.
atletas novatos panamefios que
no han. representado. nunca al
pais en competencias interna-
cionales d'e ninguna naturaleza.


TIres Encuentros


Internacionales


Hay El Domingo
Un, triple program international di boxeo seri presen-
tado el domingo en el Gimnasio Nacional de fa ciudod de PCa.
nam4, entire boxeadbres de Col'ambia y P'anama.
Los combates, pactados todos a dies asalTos, estarin a-
cargo del peso mosca colombiano Humberto Carabalo/y elc
panameio .Eugenio Hurtado;r elt peso galro colombiano Reirral-
do L6pez y el panamenio Luis Patifio, y el peso pluma colom-
biano i4ip61ito Palomeque contra el chiricano Carlos Rios.
AdomAs harA una exhibici6n el segundo peso mosca del
mundo, el' colombiano Bernardo Caraballo, quien se encuen-
tra entrenando aqui para su combat det 26, de julio en- Bogota
frente al argentine Pascual Perez, ex-ca'mpe6n mundial: def
peso mosca.


ERIC CHARLES, alumno de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City, fue el triunfador en la prueba de 400 metros pianos celebra.
dai el4 de rulio en el Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Arose-
mena", de la ciudad de Panama, durante el torneo Ilevado a ca-
bo para seleccionar a los atletas que se enfrentarin a los de
Puerto Rico el 27 de este mes, por la noche en el Estadio Olim-
pico. .


Sirenas y Tritones


Pusieron Su "Show"


naoy pueae aecioirse el campeonato intercolegial de f6tbol de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, con el partido que sostendrin los oncenos de Rainbow City y Paraiso en el cuadro
de Rainbow City a las tres de la tarde. En Ia foto, vemps a uno de los defenses de Paraiso despe-
jando la bolea con la cabeza, en uno de los partidos entire estos dos oncenos, que empataron sus
dos primeros juegos a cero tantos el de ineuguraci6n y a dos goles el segundo, logrando Paraiso
el triunfo en el tercero por 3 a. 1. Paralso tidne solamente que empatar el juego de esta tarde,
ra~ra conquistar el campeonato "senior" de f6tbol.


Con gran entusiasmo se lle-
v6 a cabo el torneo de nataci6n
en la piscina de Paraiso el 4
-de julio iltimo, con motive de
celebrarse el 1879 aniversario
de la Independencia de los Es-
tados Unidos de America.
En este torneo participaron
mas de 50 tritones y sirenas,
los cuales hicieron possible un
total de 15 pruebas, en las que
se registraron moments ver-
daderamente emocionantes.
Entre los varones los que
mis se destacaron fueron Car-
los Navarro. que gan6, a prue-
ba de 25 metros estilo libre pa-
ra varones de 10 aiaos o me-
los, con tiempo de 18 segundos
1 decimos, el event de 25 me-
:ros estilo pecho para varones
le 9 a 10 ainos, con tiempo de
,6 segundos 7 decimos y los 25
netros estilo asiariposa con
iempo de 26 segundos 2 d6ci-
eimos, y Guillermo Small, que
triunf6 en los 50 metros estilo
libre para vorones de 11 y 12
aoias con 35 segundos y la prue-
ba de 50 metros estilo pecho
con 49 segundos.
Entre las damas se destac6
la incansable Loretta Thomas,


ganadora de los 50 metros es-
tilo libre para nifias de 11 y 12
arios, con tiempo de 38.4 se-
gundos, y tambien la diminuta
Estela P6rez, que gan6 fAcil-
mente los 25 metros estilo li-
bre para nifias de 8 afios o me-
nos, con tiempo de 22.8 segun-
dos.
La novedad, del moment la
constituy6, sin duda alguna, la
exhibici6n llevada a cabo por
el recien fundado club de. fia-
taci6n "The Aqualads" en: el
cual se han agrupado los mAs
destacados nadadores de las
comunidades latinoamericanas
de Paraiso y Pedro Miguel.
Otra atracci6n que gust6 mu-
cho al piblico fue la demostra-
ci6n hecha por algunos nadado-
res de Panama, pertenecientes
al Club "Plaza Amador", los
cuales se encuentran actual-
mente seleccionados para re-
presentar al pais en el proxi-
mo campeonato de nataci6n in-
fantil-juvenil que se celebrarA
en la ciudad de Mexico.
La pr6xima competencia se
efectuarA esta noche a las 7:30,
la cual ha sido dedicada, a los
padres de familiar.


Intercambio


S P I L L W A Y








Julio 12 de 1963


SPILLWAY


1agina CUATRO


I -~


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

Documental
Show del Mediodia
Cine en su Casa
Teleteatro
Carnival de
Cartones
La Nueva
Generacl6n
Jitazo Royal
Rodeo
Ciudad Desnuda
Un Paso al M6m
Andl
El Buen Pastor
Teleteatro

LUNES


Carnival de
Coartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Dick Tracy
Noticias
Superman
Supers6nicos
Ajedrez Fatal
Foro do Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES
Carnaval deo
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesta do Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Roy Rodgers
Biografia
Fred Astaire
Present
Imperio del Oeste
Notlicias
Teleteatro


MIERCOLES


Carnaval do
Cartones
Notictas
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Beportaies Mundiales
Teleteatro
Cornaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Dibuios Animados
Noticias
Buggs Bunny
Blanquita Amaro
Surf Side 6
Robert Taylor
Nick Charles
Noficlas
Teleteatro


JUEVES
2:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
:30 Noticias
2:45 Cine Serie Semanal
:30 Sussy
:00 Avances
:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Muler
5:45 Fiesta do Estrellital
1:00 Popeye
B:30 Noticias
7:00 Exunfio Mundo del
Pantano
V:30 Show Intemacional
1:30 La Hora Once
1:30 Peter Gunn
D:00 Noticias
D:I5 Teleteatro
VIERNES


Carnaval de
Cartons
Noticias
Cind Serle Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesta do Estrellitas
El Cegato Magoo
Noticias
Homnbre del Bile
Picapledras
Boais Karloff
El Fabricante do No-
ficias .
Mantovani
Noticias
Sala de Proyeccl6n
Teleteatro

SABADO
Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serle Semanal
Teleteatro
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Sarao de Teved6s
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Combat
Ben Casey
Sam Benedict
Noticias
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- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA-


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo pot la Patria,
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
111:00 Salvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazafias 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 letatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Intintlles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:45 Noticaas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas ardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocmia an T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres Comicas
S6:00 Patrulla do Puerto
6:30 Ley del Revolver.
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Hin fin Tin
8:00 Kraftil Musical
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
S9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alogrias intantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 ioticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:44 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 riteres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 logi near
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 La Hora Continental
8:30 La 'Gloria Quedo
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 El rercer Hombre
10:00 Programa Especial
10:30 Noticias
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Inianliles
12:15 Dianro do a Baydo
12:45 Noticias ,
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Momias do Guana.
I juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias ,
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
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neo.
8:30 La Gloria Quod6

9:00 Pecado Mortal
S9:30 Dr. Kldare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Inianales
12:15 Jinete de la Pradexa
12:45 Nodcias -
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momian do Guana.
Juato
5:30 Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 El Hombre Invisible
8:00 La RH"ora Orange
Crush
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias InfanUles
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 oh T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
ijuato
S5:30 Titeres y C6mlcao
8:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Annie Oakley ,
7:00 NoHlcias
7:30 Bat .Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas -y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atr6s
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30- Boxeo
S11;30 Noticias,
SABADO
11:30 Jegrias mafantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45' Noticias
1:00 ,Carrousel Hipico
1;10 Ml Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Momilas de Guana.
uato -la
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Club Infantil Televito
5:30 Tileres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 investigador .S u b-
marina
7:00 Noticias
7:30. Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Notictas
10:15 Pelicula


ELIA M. DE RODRIGUEZ, vendedora de care en el Almac6n
de Balboa, se encarga de seleccionar la care y explicar a los
clients la clase de care que estan comprando y como ordenar-
la de acuerdo con el uso que le darn. Si el client desea que
le corten la care, alli esta la sefiora de Rodriguez para compla-
cerlo. Ella tiene 23 anos de servicios con el Canal de Panama y
ha recibido ya botones por 10 y 20 afios de servicio. En 1940 co-
menz6 trabaiando en la Lavanderia de Anc6n como revisadora
de ropa limpia, pero en 1951 pas6 al Almac6n de Balboa. Es ca-
sada, tiene 2 hilos y reside en la ciudad de Panama, donde na-
ci6.


AGNES B. WHITTINGHAM, oficinista del Alma-
c6n de Balboa, tiene ya 19 anos al servicio del
Canal de Panama, todos en el mismo lugar. SO
trabajo consisted en tender 6rdenes especiales,
llevar el tiempo de los empleados y ofrecer inh
formaciones a los clients. Naci6 en Culebra,
Zona del Canal y reside ahora en San Francisco
de la Caleta en Panama. Es casada y tiene 4
hijos, tres mujeres y un varoncito. La mayor
tiene 26 auios y la menor 4. Antes de entrar a
trabaiar con la organizaci6n del Canal, estuvo
laborando en la ciudad de Panama en firmas
comerciales. A ella se le puede ver en la of.-
cina del gerente del Almac6n de Balboa, a la
entrada del edificio. /.


En la secci6n inglesa, bajo el
encabezado "People in, the
Spotlight," aparece la fotogra-
fla de CURTIS H. GEORGE,
primer captax electricista del
sector atlantico de la Divisi6n
de Electrecidad del Canal de
Panama, viejo resident de Ga-
t6n, quien recibi6 el singular
honor de ser escogido por esa
colectividad para Ilevar la pa-
labra durante las ceremonial
oficiales conque se conmemor6
el Dia de la Independencia de
los Estados Unidos de Am6rica
el pasado 4 de Julio.
El senior George vino al Ist-
mo por primer vez en 1928
cuando estaba en la Armada
norteamnericana. Cuando: sali6
del servicio military hizo todo lo
possible por volver al Istmo,
viendo al fin realizados sus de-
seos en febrero de 1941, cuan-
do ingres6 a la Divisi6n de
Electricidad, con la que ha ser-
vido al Canal de Panama des-
de entonces.



SPILLWAY




Pubicaci6n official del Canal de
Panama, impresa semanalhnente en
los talleres de "La Estrella do Pa-
nama' en la ciudad de Panam&,
Republica de Panamd. Seo autori-
as la reproducci6n ya fuere verbal
o escrita, de cualquier cr6nica o
noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesi-
dad de solicitud express.
GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert J. Fleming, Ir.
Vicegobernador
David S. Parker
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informaci6n que se deseare
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibida en la oficina del Jefe de
Prensa a m6s tardar el martes on
la tarde para la pr6xima edici6n.
Informaci6n de cardcter urgente po-
dria ser ontregada el miercoles y
hasta el jueves antes del mediodia.
Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
NAMA CANAL SPILLWAY, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Zona del Canal.


EALENIABIl liE EVENTS

J ULIO

12 y 20-Concurso para escoger a la "SERORITA PANAMA" en el
Hotel PanamA Hilton.
14-Dia de la Toma de la Bastilla (1789).
15 al 19-Cuarta Conferencia de Ejercitos Americanos en Fuerte
Amador.
16 al 21-Fiesta de la Virgen de ]a Candelaria en Taboga culminande
con la procesi6n maritima a las 9 de la mafiana del dia 216
Servicio continue de lanchas a Taboga.
18-Fiesta Nacional de Espafia.
19 Exposici6ni 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).
20-Aniversario de la Independencia de Colombia (1810).
21 Fiesta Nacional de B61gica (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 agosto,
except el 28 de julio y 5 de agosto.
28 Aniversario de la Independencia del Peri (1821).





Exposicion Colectiva Darll



4 Artists Panamefios En El



Institute Panameno de Arte


Cuatro celebrados artists pa-
namefios celebrarin una exposi-
ci6n colectiva de sus dltimas
obras a invitaci6n del Instituto
Panameiio de Arte. La exhibi-
ci6n serA inaugurada el viernes
19 de los corrientes a las ocho
de la noche en la galeria de la
Casa del Magisterio Panameiio
Unido, situada en la Urbaniza-
ci6n Obarrio.
Se trata de los artists, Bea-
trix Bricefio, bien conocida lo-
calmente por sus trabajos al
6leo que han sido expuestos aqui


y en el extranjero con tanto exi-
to; la pintora Bricefio expondrb
esta vez obras realizadas con tin-
ta de crayon; Antonio Alvarado,
de Panama y Mario Calvit, de
Col6n, expondrAn sus Oltimos
6leos e Ivan Zachrisson sus e -
celentes mosaicos.

La exposici6n colectiva de es-
tos vigorosos exponentes de la
inquietud artistic panamefia
permanecerA abierta al pfblico
durante tres semanas de f de
la mafiana a 4 de la tarde.


PEDRO CASTILLO esti traba-
jando en el Almac6n de Balboa
desde 1942 en donde distribuye
la mercancia que v i e n e de
Mount Hope dentro del dep6si-
to del almacen. De 1939 a 1942
trabaj6 en el Municipio de la
Zona del Canal antes de en-
trar a trabaiar en el Almac6n
de Balboa. Ha recibido ya bo-
tones por 10 y 20 afios de ser-
vicios con el Canal de Panamb.
Naci6 en Bejuco y ahora resit
de en Pedro Miguel. Es casado
pero no tiene hijos. Su princi-
pal pasatiempo en sus ratios
de ocio, es la caceria.


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