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 Material Information
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 19, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00416
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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MRS. EDWARD A. DOOLAN,'(left), outgoing president of the
Panama Canal Women's Welfare Group, turns over the keys to
the organization's storage room at Diablo Heights to Mrs. Elmer
G. Abbott, Ithe newly-elected president. Mrs. Robert J. Fleming,
Jr. is honorary president of the Panama Canal Women's Welfare
Group and Mrs. David S. Parker is first vice president. The other
officers for 1963-1964 are: Mrs. A. E. Osborne, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Gerold Cooper, secretary; and Mrs. L. B. M- -",uson,
treasurer. Mrs. Floyd Johnson is .coordinator for the I lantic
Side of the Isthmus.


First Of Frangipani


Apartments Finished


Construction' of the first four
of 12 Type 356 apartments being
constructed on the concrete foun-
dations of former 12-family bach-
elor quarter on Frangipani Street
has been completed. .
These quarters are in the "Of-
'ficial Assignment-Area." Certain
apartments not required for of-
ficial use will be released for re-
gular .assignment. Two such
apartments, No. 437-A and B,
will be assigned to regular qual-
ified applicants (Large Family
of five or more persons) based


. on requests received up to 1 p.
m., July 23, 1963.
These apartments are not avail-
able for inspection; however, the
prints and other general infor-
mation is available at the Hous-
ing Office.:
Rental rates on the new apart-
ments will- be $26.50 per week.
These large-family modern ac-
Sconimmodations, built. off ., the
ground, include four bedrooms,,
two baths, a patio area, with
sliding glass doors leading into
the living room. ,A maid's toilet
and shower are also provided.


Legion Seeks Funds


For Team's Expenses


Donations are now b
elected in the Cana
civilian and military
send a team from
Legion Post No. 7 to t
Sto play in the nationwide
lcan. Legion baseball
ment to be held in Aug

-American Le
$2000.00


JULY 17


DEADLINE AUG


being col- Orange Kist team which is to
I Zone's make the trip won the Isthmian
areas to Legion title.
American The tickets being sold are
he States $1 apiece,' but a larger sum
de Amer- may be donated by making a
tourna- check payable to "Canal Zone
gust. The American Legion Baseball."
Mail checks- to "Canal Zone
,,.- American Legion Baseball, Box
;inil o 267, Balboa." Approximately
iUI i $2,200 is needed. Collections to
date total $102. Help send the
'team to the'states by.contribut-
S. ing NOW! This is very -impor-
tant to the members of the
team. The deadline for contri-
butions is August 3.
-. If the necessary money can
'be raised by August 3, the
team will fly to Miami and
then travel to Clarksville, Ar-
kansas,' for several exhibition
games. Memphis, Tennessee,
will be the next stop for the
regional finals. The Canal Zone
team is scheduled to play the
Department of Mississippi on
Thursday, August 15, at 2 p.m.
The ,regionals at .Memphis will
last from August 15 to August
20. It is a double elimination.
tournament.
If the team wins at Memphis,
$150.00 it will travel to Keene, New
Hampshire, for the American
Legion World Series, to b,e held
between August 25 and Sep-
tember 1.
Sgt. Pedro Velez, from Fort
Clayton, will' accompany the
team as its manager. Pete Cor-
rigan as coach. The boys
making the trip are Bob Boat-
wright, Bob Ostrea, Rusty Pot-
ter, Tim Corrigan, W a r r e n
Ashton, Doug Priester, Vic
Alers, Dave Cohen, Glen Evens,
Mac Lane, George Hovan, Jim
;UST 3 Riley, Gene Frauenheim. Gene
Blumberg, Bill Coy. and Larry
Simpson.


Gift of the Panau. C"anl Museum


Governor Sets November Elections

Council Meets Set In Five States


Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., has approved the date of
Tuesday, July 23, 1963, for an
Executive Session of the U. S.
Citizens Ci\ic Councils to be held
in the Board Room of the Ad-
ministration Building at 1:30 p.m.
.A'" similar meeting, for the La-
tin American Civic_ Councils is
set for 1:30 p nm,. on Thursday,
July 25, 1963, also in the Board
Room of the' Administration
Building.
An attempt is made to hold
such E,.ecutive Sessions at least
once a month.


CZ College

Seeks Meetings


With 'Juniors'

Persons planning to pursue
third-year (junior) courses at
Canal Zone College during the
fall semester on either a part-
time or full-time basis, are
urged to call the College, 2-2380
or 2-4590, for an appointment
to discuss their fall schedule.
Conferences with prospective
students at this time will enable
the College to include courses
of interest to third year stu-
dents and at hours the students
are able to attend.
A minimum of ten students
is required in order to schedule
any course, and early course'
requests are more likely to re-
sult in finding the minimum
enrollment.


.Women -Seeking

Childs' Wagon
The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group needs a child's
wagon, to be used for transporta-'
tioh of a crippled child.
Anyone having a wagon they
are willing to contribute may
leave it at the Panama Canal Wo-
men's Welfare Group collection
point on either the Atlantic or
Pacific side of the Isthmus.
The collection point on the At-
lantic Side is at the former fire
station at -Margarita,and ,on the
Pacific Side is at the Housing of-
fice, Balboa Heights, near the
Balboa railroad station.


Zone residents from Pennsyl-
vania, Kentucky, Mississippi,
New Jersey, and Virginia were
reminded this week that a num-
ber of State offices are to be fil-
led in elections November 5.
Those wishing to exercise their
voting privileges in the balloting'
should apply to their home elec.
tion boards for absentee ballots.
The following State offices are
to be filled in-each state:-
Kentucky: Governor, Lieute-
nant Governor, Secretary of
State, Attorney General, Trea-
surer, Auditor of Public Accounts,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
Labor and Statistics, Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction,
Clerk of Court of Appeals. Le-
gislature (General Assembly):
Senate, one half membership
(19); Senators from odd number-
ed Senatorial districts; House of
Representatives, all members
(100).


* Mississippi: Governor, -Lieute-
nant Governor, Secretary of
State, Attorney General, Trea-
surer, Auditor, Superintendent
of Public Education, Tax Colleo-
tor, Commissioner of Insurance,
Land Commissioner, Commision-
er of Agriculture and Commerce,
Highway Commissioners 131, Pu-
blic Service Commissioners (3).
Legislature: Senate, all mem-
ber (49);_ House of Representa-
tives, all members f140).
New Jersey: Senate, 11 of 21
members. To be elected from
following counties: Burlington,
Camden, Cape May, Essex,
Gloucester, Middlesex, M o n-
mouth, Salem, Somerset, Union,
and Warren. General Assembly,
all members (60).
Pennsylvania: Two Judges of
Superior Court, and Virginia:
Senate, all members (40); House
of Delegates, all members(-100).


SPILLWAY



VOL. II No. 5 FRIDAY, July 19, 1963



Panama Queen Contest


In Finale Saturday


"Sefiorita Panama" will be se-
lected .Saturday -night to repre-
s" ent her country at the Interna-
tional Beauty; Congress in Long
Beach, California. Judges, whose
names are kept secret until then,
will view the seven finalists in
the tropical patio of El Panama
Hilton..I .
Mrs. Audfey E. Kline, 'wife of
Charles F. Kline of the Projects
and Plans section of the Engin-
eering and Construction Bureau,
who has organized this contest
for many years, says that or-
ganizing such an event in Pan-
ama presents some peculiarly
local problems.
Panamanian misses are very
modest and hard to convince they
should enter a contest, she says.
A charm course, prizes, and the
tasteful conduct of the entire af-


At Balboa Tonight



Berlin Circus In


Lugi and His A amazing Bicycle


fair are reasons some participate.
Others felt that by appearing
they contributed, their bit to the
charity of the Comite de Ayuda
Social.
Last year's winner, Ana Ceci-
lia Maruri, ranked third among
56 contestants from all over the
world.
The seven finalists, who will
appear modelling sport clothes
and, cocktail dresses are Mariela
Aguirre, Mayra Castillero, Oriet-
ta Macia Duran, Xenia Mendoza,
Carmen Perurena, Maritza Valla-
rint, and Carmenci Vvan der
Hans. The hotel has constructed
a high runway to allow visibility
from all sides of the patio, and
Lamboglia's orchestra will pro-
vide dance music.
Photos of the finalists appear
on the front page of the Spanish
section.


Rerun/






By popular demand, the
Berlin Circus will bring
back three acts to the Bal-
boa Theater on Friday, July
19, at 7:30 p.m. in conjunc-
tion' with the regularly
scheduled movie "Three
Stooges in Orbit."
The three acts will con-
sist of Renato, the loveable
clown; Lugi- and his amaz-
ing bicycle act; and the
Tarragonas, internationally
known tumblers.

Regular movie admission
prices will" prevail for the
performance.
The circus, presently on
a world tour, presented
four well-received perfor-
mances at the Balboa
Theater last weekend.










Page TWO S P1 L LWAY July 19, 1963


Advice Offered


For Travellers


If you are taking an automo-
bile on the SS Cristobal to the
United States from the Canal
Zone, or vice versa, there are
several things worth knowing
to save yourself time, trouble,
and, irritation:
The car must be washed free
of any' foreign soil before it
leaves the Isthmus.
If it is foreign-built and U.S.
duty has not been paid ,it is
dutiable at the rate of 8 per-
cent of appraised value. Re-
gular Customs exemptions may
be applied against the apprais-
ed value.
If the car is American-made
and originally was sold in the
United States, there is no



YEAR AGO

ILTHIS WEEK
Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., announced a new residen-
tial electric, current rate which
will result in 'reduced electrical
bills for many consumers. The
new rate is modeled on the
Stateside method of electrical
billing, under which the rate
per kilowatt hour goes down as
'the amount of electricity used
increases.
The Panama Railroad's new
Engine 661, built by General
Motors in La Grange. Ill., was
put ashore at Cristobal last
week and was out on the main
line for a test run two days
later.
Before sailing for the U.S.,
members of the Canal Zone V.
F. W. baseball team called at
Balboa Heights to receive the
good wishes of Governor Ro-
bert J. Fleming, Jr.
The speed limit on Randolph
Road on the Atlantic side of
the Isthmus will be increased
from 40 miles an hour to 50
iniles an hour.


charge for taking it back into
the country if proof of its
U.S. sale can, be provided. If
it was built in the United States
but sold abroad or for delivery
abroad, a slight duty charge
(drawback) will be made for
foreign-made materials used in
its manufacture on which the
manufacturer r e c o v e r d the
original import duties at the
time the finished ear was ex-
ported. Depending on make of
car, this usually is $i to $5. but
for a few cars may be. up to
$28.50.
Shippers of automobiles unac-
companied to New Orleans
should telephone Panama Ca-
'nal General Agent (947-4417)
before proceeding to pier to
pick up the car.. This so he can
arrange with Customs to release
the auto; Otherwise lengthy
delays can occur.
On the return trip, from New
Orleans, all a u t o s must be
delivered to the New Orleans
pier before 10 a.m. of the day
prior to sailing. (If the day
before sailing is not a working
day, arrangements will have
been made to receive the autos
on such Saturday, Sunday or
holiday.) Autos may be deliver-
ed to the pier on any working
day within one.week in advance
of sailing. Hold baggage must
be delivered before noon or the
day before sailing. Cabin bag-
gage must go aboard with the
passenger and will not he ac-
cepted in advance. Personal ef-
fects may be left in the trunks
of autos but at the complete
risk of the owner.
One gallon of alcoholic bev-
erages may be taken into the
U.S. free of duty by returning
residents4.but because of State
laws in Louisiana which limit,
the amount of, such beverages
which any person may have in
his possession, you will not be
permitted to take more than
one gallon ashore even if you
are willing to pay import duties
on the excess.


IN BROWSING


COLLECTION/


The points of my compass by
E. B. White is a collection of
essays with the sub-title: Let-
ters from the East, the West,
the North, and the South. Sub-
jects of the essays include Mr.
White's opinions on television,
on some of his animal friends,
fall-out, the U. N.. New York
living and memories of youth.
Some of these short, articles
have appeared in the Yale Re-
view and in the New Yorker.
What is Remembered by
Alice B. Toklas is a record of
the friendship b e t w e e n the
author and Gertrude Stein,
which extended from the golden
days in Paris before World War
I to Miss Stein's death in 1946.
Great artists, famous writers
and distinguished diplomats are
among the people whom Miss
TokHas remembers in t h e i r
close or casual contacts with
Miss Stein. Miss Toklap was
not only a companion of devo-
tion and competence but pre-
sents a picture of her famous
friend with skill and clarity.
The living sea by Jacques
Ives Consteau and James Du-
gan, a seq u e to The silent
w o r I d, records the exploits
carried out during the past ten
years from the reach ship, the
"Calypso". The book includes
exciting accounts of dangerous
uadyaBtv -.. & k . Uic.


Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf
and other seas. The book has
twenty-four pages of color pho-
tographs. Parts -of it appeared
in the National Georgraphic
Wolf Willow is sub-titled as
"a history, a story,. and a men.,
ory of thlast plains frontier".
Recollections of the childhood
of Wallace Stegner in Montana
and Saskatchewan, this story
of the last frontier includes an
account of a cattle drive through
a blizzard and tales of other
hazardous adventures which
will be of interest to Western
fans. Mr. Stegner has written
other books which interpret the
West, but this one is a parti-
cularly appealing addition to
Western history.
She Fell Among Thieves by
Gretchen Travis is the story of
a mid-west school teacher who
wins a sewing contest and goes
to New York to collect her loot.
During the festivities of the
awards week she meets former
friends from World 'War II,
who now are involved in big
time crime. The way in which
she unknowingly foils them in
her t o t a 11 y unsophisticated
manner is the high point in this
humorous and warm-hearted
novel. The story is full of sus-
pense and leads to an exciting
.chtuu,


Dr. Lake


Promoted


By Schools

Dr. Kenneth E. Lake. ins-
tructor in the Canal Zone Col-
lege, has been promoted to the
position of Coordinator of Curri-
culum in the Division of
Schools, effective August 19,
1963. In this position, he will
work'" with 'the staff toward im-
provement of the instructional
program and the curriculum of
the schools.
A native of Kansas, Dr. Lake
received his. A.B. degree at
Washburn University, Topeka
Kansas, and his M.A. from the
University of Kansas, Lawren-
ce, Kansas. From the same
institution, Dr. Lake received
his Doctor of Philosophy degree
in Education in 1961.
He was an Assistant Profes-
sor of mathematics at Bradley
'University for a number of
years and left a position as As-
sistant Professor of Education
at the University of Kansas to
join the staff of the Canal Zone
College in September 1962.
Dr. Lake is a veteran, having
served with the U.S. Army. Dr.
and Mrs. Lake and their four
childrenreside in Balboa.


Band Queen
\

Contestants

Are Named
The Rainbow City Band
Parents Association has launch-
ed its campaign for 1963-64
Queen-of the Rainbow City High
School Band. This venture is
intended to raise funds with
which to defray purchase costs
of new uniforms for the band,
Candidates c h o s e n from the
school represent five districts
of the town.
.Contestants who will vie for
honors are Andrea Cox- and
Lydia Thomn, Rainbow City;
Celia D a v i s,' Rainbow City
Heights; Cheryl Ellis and Elsa
Howell, Camp Coiner; Arsenia
Galvez and Clementina Troya,
Camp :Bierd and Judith An-'
drioh, Mindi.
The first count of votes is
slated for Wednesday, July 17,
at the Rainbow City Gymna-
sium and the community is
invited to come out and boost
their favorite candidates and
support this worthwhile endeav-
or.



Health Club,

Dance Planned
Club Health Bureau will hold
its 7th A n n u a 1 Anniversary
Dance in the Hotel El Panama
Hilton's Bella Vista Room on
July 20.
Music for the occasion will
be supplied by Willie Moro's
Orchestra-and the popular vocal
group, the Debutantes, will
. render several of their most
popular selections.
T a b 1 e reservations for the
dance can be' made by contact-
ing any of the following per-
sons: Courtney Delmar, Pan-
ama 3-5674; Robert Samuels,
Panama 2-5256; Wilberforce
Smith, Pedro Miguel 4-635;
Winston T h o m a s, Cristobal
3-2817; Eric McDonald, Paraiso
4-478. .
I Although not a charity organi-
zation, Club Health Bureau has
supported various organizations
or institutions in the past whose
activities contribute to the so-
cial, cultural or economic wel-
fare of the community. Some
recipients of such support
include the Nicolas Solano Hos-
pital, the Salvation Army, the
Colon fire victims, the San Mi-
guel fire victims, the British
Aid Society, the Latin Amer-
ican Schools Scholarship Fund
and the St. Christopher's Epis-
copal Church Building Fund.


Canal Zone Guide


Carlos Vaz Named


Paraiso Principal


Carlos A. Vaz, :Jr., has been
named Principal, Paraiso Junior-
Senior -High School, the Super-
intendent of Schools- has an-
nounced.
Mr. 'Vaz at 6ne time was a
visiting teacher of Spanish in the
Latin American schools, and. later
was counselor at the Paraiso
Junior-Senior High\ School.
He served as principal of the
Rainbow City, Junior-Senior High
School during the period of
August 1961 to August 1962, tem-
porarily replacing Alfredo Crag-
well, who was on a year's leave
of absence for study in the United
States.
From September- 1962 to June
1963, Mr. Vaz served as Princi-
pal, Paraiso Junior-Senior High
School, during the absence of
Ellis L. Faw.cett, who was on
leave of absence for study pur-
poses in the United States.
In addition to the bachelor's
degree which he received at the
University of Panama, Mr. Vaz
earned -two master's, degrees
from the University of Denver.
In 1958, he received the master
of arts degree with a major in


Retirement Party
Set August 10
For William Black

The Pacific Locks Employees
Association will sponsor a re-
tirement party in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. William Black at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open
Mess on the evening of August
10.
Mr. Black, i Maintenance Su-
perintendent of the P a c ific
Branch, Locks Division, is. re-
tiring and he and his wife, will
leave the Isthmus on August
14.
Tickets for ,the retirement
party will be available from
T. A. Marti, President of'the
Pacific Locks Employees As-
sociation, 2-1294; Harry Whit-
ney, 2-4378; Marion Woodruff
2-2491; and George Booth.


ELKS PLAN DANCE
Lodge No. 1414 will hold a
Sport Shirt Dance at the Elks
Club on Saturady, July 20 from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The dance.
open to all will feature Frank
Azearraga's Combo. Admission
is $1 and there will be a door
prize, : -..


Secondary Education and in 1959
the master of education degree
with a major in Education in the
field of Curriculum.
He succeeds Mr. Fawcett who
has been transferred to the po-
sition of Supervisor of Instruc-
tion, Latin American schools, af-
ter serving as principal at' Pa-
raiso for a number of years.


Dubbs Honored

By" Teachers

C. A. Dubbs, former Assistant
Superintendent, Latin American
Schools, was honored by ele-
mentary and secondary teachers
in the Paraiso Elementary School
Activities Room last Friday. Mr.
Dubbs has transferred 'to a prin-
cipalship in the United States
schools.
Horace V. Parker, Rainbow
City High School teacher, gave
the principal address. On be-
half of the teachers he tribute
Mr. Dubbs for his excellent ser-
vice as principal and later as as-
sistant superintendent in the La-
tin American schools. A silver
chafing dish was presented Mr.
Dubbs. Mr. Dubbs thanked the
teachers for their gesture of
friendship and goodwill. .
Also appearing on the program
.were Superintendent of Schools
S. E. Esser, who made the open-
ing remarks, and a trio of teach-
ers, who rendered appropriate
'musical numbers. Miss A n a
Bennett, teaching principal, Pe-
dro Miguel Elementary School,
served as chairman.


CZ College Planning

Language Instruction
Foreign languages will not just
be written and read but also
spoken in the new Canal, Zone
College language laboratory this
fall.
Ten classes in Spanish, French,
German, and Russian are sche-
duled after 4:40 p.m. each day.
The schedule of language of-
rings, and a total of 75 late
afternoon and evening courses,
is available by calling 2-2380 or
2-4590.
Registration for fall classes is
now underway at the college's
temporary summer office in the
wooden Balboa High School build-
ing on Lawrence Johnson PJace


Frederic J. Berest, 42-year-old native of New York City,
was one of the first Canal Zone Guides hired after the service
was started last year and helped design the-uniforms which
they wear. A graduate of New York University, Fred served
with the U. S. Army during World War II and is a member
of Actors' Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild.
He received a Panama Canal Superior Service Award in 1958
and has been honorably mentioned in the Congressional
Record. A former instructor of Dramatic Art at New York
University and the Pasadena Playhouse in California, he direct-
ed the Freedom Train Pageant in Pasadena in 1948. He also
has served as an acting instructor at the Players Ring in
Hollywood. Active in many humanitarian programs on the
Isthmus, Fred says he is "interested in every person, institu-
tion, philosophy, and object dedicated to the establishment of
world peace and the unification of the human race."


*ftl kiWIfKJIOH


Pago TWO


SP I L L.WAY


July 19, 1963








July 19, 1963 SPI L LWAY Page THRE


Jay Cee Tourney Scores


The results for each of the
flights in the local JayCee Cham-
pionships, held at the Panama
Golf Course are as follows:
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Duran 229
Riley, Jeff 229
Stoudner 230
Perantie, Tom 231
Stoundnor 230
Perry 237
Bierbaum 238
Gomez 243
Crump 245 -
Riley, Jim 246
Bidwell 247
Berger. 248
Mikulich 249
McLean 254
Clarke 255
Grow 255
FIRST FLIGHT
Dehlinger 259
Ebdon 259
Weade 259
Bedworth 266
Dillon 270
McGrath 276
Albanese 277,
Backrack 281
Zelnick 284
Coy 290
Stanley 290
Harrison 299


SECOND FLIGHT.
McGroarty 305
Metz 306
Thompson 308
Kerr ,312
Halliday 313
Williams 318
Stanley 321
Douglas 328
Biggs 336
McGrath, J. 341
Colacicco 347
Woodruff 353
McGrath 353
Dillon 357
PEE WEE FLIGHT (18 HOLES)
Knopf 88
Chadwick 96
Logue 99,
Goodman 101
Kaplan, M. -. 105
Goepner 106
Albanese 110
Kaplan, K. 116
Tillman 117
Williams 121
Marquard 124
Berger 125
Brady 127
Biggs 129
Scribner 131
Duran "144
DeRaps 179


Ron Cortez Wins


Mid-Season Tourney


Ron Cortes, with Roy Culbreth
leading the way, smothered a
poor-shooting Seagram's quintet
67-48, to cop the mid-season
"Round Robin Tournament."
Cortes was never in trouble,
and featured a- balanced attack.
-The Rummers surged ahead with
a 15-point second quarter splurge
by Culbreth, while Tom Murphy
and Willie Engelke were the only
ones able to score consistently
for Seagram's.
Engelke, Murphy, and Charlie
Newbury picked up .& bit in the
third period to cut the Rummers'
lead-slightly. But 14 second half
points by Fred Raybourn kept the
blue and gold well in front.
Culbreth had 21 for Ron Cortes.
He was followed by Fred Ray-
bourn with 17 and Mike LeBrun
with 15. Murphy's -19 points led
the losers. He was followed by
Willie Engelke, who hit for 15.
Seagram's despite its poor show-
ing, set the record for 1963 for
the best free throw percentage by
a team in one game: 16 out of 23
for 'a percentage of .696.
The second lialf, opened this
week- as White Horse ,took on
Seagram's in 'the initial game
Paced by Al Osborne's 29 points,
the -Horsemen took undisputed
first place with a 75-66 win.
They led by as "many as 19
points, but the Newbury-Engelke-
Murphy trio cut the lead to four
points with 2'22 left to play.
Leading- 68-64, Bob. Carlin team-
ed with Al Osborne on two fast
breaks, "Oz" hitting both shots
to put Wihte Horse well in the
lead.
White Horse had built up a big
lead -early in'the game. With Os-
borne deing most of the scoring
they took an 11-point advantage
at half time. Engelke and Mur-
phy did most of the VOers scor-
ing in the first half.
The Horsemen rolled to, an 18-
point lead after three' quarters,
while Newbury began to pick up
for Seagram's. Charlie finally
got steaming in the final stanza
as White Horse suddenly went
cold. The green-clad YOers out-
scored, their rivals 25-14 in the


Health Movies

Planned for Paraiso,

A group of health education
films will be shown at 7:30
p.m., Tuesday, July 23, in the
Paraiso Elementary S c h o o 1
Activities Room.
The program is sponsored by
the Middle America Research
Unit and the Division of Prev-
| entire Medicine of the Panama
Canal Health Bureau.
Civic leaders and members
of the community are invited
to attend the showings, which
are open to the public.


final period but couldn't pull it
out.,
Behind Osborne, Arnold Man-
ning had 11 and Larry Horine hit
for 10. A surprisingly hot Lloyd
Spradlin had nine for the win-
ners. Murphy led Seagram's at-
tack with 18, while Newbury'had
17 and Engelke 12.
The opening night of the se-
cond half saw the Kourany bro-
thers join the White Horse con-
-tingent. The boys work the ball
well for not having played for
-. two years. As soon as their shoot-
ing eyes get into shape, White
Horse will have picked up the
slack which resulted when the
league's leading scorer, Ray Nes-
bitt, departed for leave in the
states.
NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Monday: a
Ron Cortes vs. Peugot 404,
7:15 p.m.
Tuesday:
White Horse vs. Peugot 404,
6:30 p.m.
Gordon's Gin vs. Four Roses,
8:00 p.m.
Wednesday:
Gordon's Gin vs. Seagram's VO,
7:15 p.m.
Thursday:
White Horse vs. Four Roses,
6:30 p.m.
Ron Cortes vs. Seagram's VO,
8 p.m.



Balboa Archers


In Fine Form

The first week of recorded
shooting proved optimistic for the
Balboa archers, as all divisions
turned' in some fine cards and
near record scores.
Leading those 10 year of age
and under were Karen, Husum,
with 419, and Charles Thompson,
with 406. With the Canal Zone
record holding at 381 for girls
and 412 for boys, these two, hope-
fuls will bear watching.
Among those 12 years of age
and under, Dennis Fernandez
fired a 315 and Jim O'Donnell a
308 to lead the class.
Those 14 years of age and un-
der were led by Mike Carroll's
327, Fred Atkinson's 315, Harry
Whitney's 297, Joe Dolan's 284,
while Steve Brogie is still get-
ting his shooting eye in shape
for the coming tournaments and
has posted a high of 249 to date.
The older members of the Bal-
boa Archers, shooting in the Jun-
ior Division are led by Richard
Plucker, Harry Whitney, Steve
Michael, Tim Lane and Andy
Page. Another week of practice
and the top archers will be ready
for some stiff competition from
their counterparts in the other
districts.


WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER looking on from behind his caddy, Bobby Duran just misses a twenty.
f6ot putt on the practice green at the Panama Golf Course, in a tune-up for the stateside JayCee
tournament. Duran, the first Panama boy ever to win the Isthmian JayCee tournament, will lead
teammates Jeff Riley, Craig. Stoudnor and Tom Perantie to Midland, Texas, for the International
JayCee Championship, to be held August 20-23.




Six Sailfish Landed




On First Tourney Trip"


Six sailfish headed the parade
of fish caught on the first trip
of the Panama Canal launch
Corbina in the 11th Annual Marlin
and Sailfish Tournament, which
began last week.
Taylor Spurlock, of the Trans-
portation and Terminals Division,
led the hook parade with three
sailfish. Robert Johnson (Marine
Bureau), William De La Mater
(Administrative a n d General
Staff), and Lt. Col. Milton Cohen
(Health Bureau) all caught one
each.
An abundance of wahoo, dol-
phin, mackerel,' amberjack, bo-



Mike Plucker


Tops Half-Ton


In Weight Test

Mike Plucker proved that there.
is a lot of power packed away
in his barrel-like frame as he
took top honors in last week's
Weight Training contest. The
exercise on which the body-
builders were tested was the
Dips- in which the trainee exe-
cutes Dips between the squat
racks. For the uninitiated, a Dip
occurs whenever the the partici-
pant lowers himself between two
uprights and then recovers to the
starting position.
Additional weight may be plac-
ed upon a specially contrived belt
to increase resistance.
- Plucker's winning poundage
was over half a ton as he pump-
ed out five repitions for a total
of 1095 pounds. Joe Bremer was
second and Jake Esterline and
Stew Brown tied for third. The
winners of the first six places
were awarded with the weekly,
highly coveted prizes--containers
of high Protein foods.
" Other .entrees in last week's
meet were: Andy Page, Doug
Morse, Mike Colacicco, John
Rathgeber, Ken Brogie, Mario
Calleja, Duke Wilson, Ken Phil-
lips, Bruce Douglas, Willy Shaf-
fer Bob Daniel, Kevin Bradley.


nita, and tuna also were caught
on the four day trip, which began
Saturday at 7 a.m. and ended at
5 p.m. Tuesday.
One large marlin was raised
by J. D. Barnes, Civil Affairs
Bureau, but was lost when the
marlin threw the hook.
There was a little rain during
the trip but not enough to damp-
en the passengers' spirits.
The first night was spent at
Cocas Point. The group travelled
to Pinas Bay, 'where they spent
the second night and saw the
exclusive Pinas Bay Fishing
Clul. The third night was spent


at Cocas Point again. They
trolled all the next day on the
way back and arrived in Diablo
Tuesday evening.
Those who participated in the
first outing were J.. D. Barnes,
Lt. Col. Milton Cohen, William
De La Mater, Taylor Spurlock,
Robert Johnson, and B. W.
Ferry.
The second trip will get under
way Saturday morning at 7 a.m.
Seven more trips are scheduled
for the Corbina and two trips
for the ladies) are scheduled
for .the Anayansi. The tourna-
ment cotninues until September
3.


The Balboa Gymnasium last
week played host to Ancon's A,
B, C, and E Leagues. Balboa
won three of the four games
played.
In a very exciting game all the
way to the finish, the Balboa
"A" league edged past the An-
con team 47 to 44. The deciding
point of the game came with 30
seconds remaining to play and
the score 43 to 42 in favor of
Balboa.
Doug Aseron was fouled as he
attempted to shoot, and received
two free throws. He tied the
score with the first shot, and
then put Ancon ahead with the
second shot 44 to 43. With 15 se-
conds remaining to play, Dick
Ebdon shot and made 15-footer
to put Balboa ahead 45 to 44.
Luther Quinn then intercepted
a pass and laid the ball up to
make it 47 to 44 for Balboa. Quinn
led the winners with 28 points,
and Carlos Brandenburg scored
17 points for the losers.'
Balboa won the "B" league
game by the score of 39 to 22.
For the winners. Robin Lane
scored 13 points, Ronnie Harned
12, and Larry Quinn 10. For the
losers Tom Pescod scored 13
points.
In a low scoring game, the
Ancon "C" league defeated Bal-


boa by the score of 21 to 15. G.
Gallardo led the winners with 10
points, while Rick Brogie scor-
ed 9 for the losers.
The "E" league game was
won by Balboa by the score of
19 to 6. Mike Leftridge andm d-
die Davis each had 4 points for
the winners, and M, Pfeiffer
scored 4 points for the losing
team.



Children Enjoying

Summer Gym Games
In the children's activities sec-
tion of the Balboa Gymnasium
the younger age group, from 8
years up, have had many relays
on the outside courts along with
kickball,, four and two square.
In tumbling the boys range
from 3' 9" to 5' 6" in height and
are 8 to 12 years of age. An easy
warm-up in calisthenics leads the
day off for the tumblers, then
different stunts and relays on the
mats are stressed.
All in all, small or tall, old or
young, everyone has a good time.
The gym is always available, -
come on out and enjoy your
summer.


Balboa Hoopsters Win


3 Of 4 Against Aneon


July 19, 1963


Page THREE


S P I L L W A Y








Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


July 19, 1963


MRS. BARBARA HUTCH-
INGS, daughter of the first Pan-
ama Canal pilot and a pas- .
senger on the SS Ancon for the
first official ocean-to-ocean trip
through the Panama Canal,
will leave the Isthmus at the
end of this month to establish
a new home and start a new
life in Fort Lauderdale, Flori-
da.
Mrs. Hutchings is retiring
after more than 28 year s'
Government service. Her hus-
band, Alba D. Hutchings, retir-
ed in June 1952 after nearly 38
years with the Panama Canal
and they have been residing in
a beautiful home in Las Cum-
bres Panama. /
Both will leave a host of
friends on the Isthmus, Pan-
amanians and North Americans
who have known them a life-
time. A party will be given for
them by their many friends and
co-workers at the American
Legion Club on August 2. Any-
one interested in attending,
should contact Mrs. Fannie So-
sa, at Balboa 2366.
Barbara Hutchings is a
daughter of the late Captain
John Constantine. She was born
in Pireaus, Greece, and, came
to Colon to reside when about \
7 years of age.
Her f athe r, a naturalized
United States citizen, had work-
ed for the French Canal Com-
pany as master of the dredge
La Valley. In 1905 he joined the
Isthmian Canal Commission as
a captain and pilot. He trans-
ferred to the Panama Railroad
Company in the same capacity
shortly after, and was appoint-
ed the first Panama Canal pilot
in 1914. In August of that year
he piloted the SS Ancon on the
first official ocean-to-ocean trip
through the Panama Canal with
a proud little daughter at his
side.
Mrs. Hutchings attended ele-
mentary schools on the Atlantic
Side of the Isthmus and is a
graduate of Balboa High School.
'She was, married to Alba
Hutchings in the old Union
Church in Cristobal.
Mrs. Hutchings' Panama Ca-
nal service started in the Build-
ing Division, as a clerk. She
was with the Administrative




Emergency Care
1. Have victim lie down and
cease all muscular activity
immediately.
2. Apply a broad tourniquet
above the site of the bite. Do
not apply too tightly and re-
member to loosen it for two
minutes every 15 minutes.
3. Do not cut the area of the
bite.
4. Apply suction to the wound.
Use mouth or suction cup.
If mouth suction is' used
rinse the mouth frequently
with water but don't worry


SWeekday


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 23, "Guns of
the Timberland"; July 24, "The
Babe Ruth Story"; July 25,
"Kidnapped".
COCO SOLO: July 23, "Ton-
ka"; July 24, "The Boy and the
Pirates"; July 25, "Visit To A
Small Planet".
MARGARITA: July 23, "Visit
To A Small Planet"; July 24,
"Tonka"; July 25, "The Boy
and the Pirates".
GAMBOA: J u ly 22, "The
Babe Ruth Story".
SHOWS
VISIT TO A SMALL PLAN-
ET: Jerry Lewis-Joan Black-
mnan: It's different! It's daffyl
Above all it's laffy-.. Jerry's
way out there as the first space
creature to land on earth. 90


Branch for a short time. The
major part of her service was
with the Panama Railroad Divi-
sion. She was secretary to the
general manager of the rail-
road until the office was moved
to the Atlantic Side, when she
transferred to the Panama Ca-
nal transportation office.
Mrs. Hutchings has b en
active in the Order of Eastern
Star, the InterAmerican Wo-
man's Club, and the Canal Zone
Retired Employees Association,
where she has held the posi-
tion of secretary for m any
years.
Her husband's Panama Ca-
nal service was as an ironwor-
ker. He was first employed in
August 1912 as a foreman for
general and terminal construc-
tion work, part of the latter
including work on the gates of
the big drydock in Balboa. He
was an ironworker foreman at
the time he retired.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchings have
two sons, and one daughter:
John B. 'who lives with his wife
and four children in Springield,
Illinois; Alba D., Jr., who is
in the Panama Canal Store-
house Branch and lives with
his wife and three children in
Ancon; and Mrs. Barbara
Schmitt (Mrs. William Schmitt)


e of Snake Bite
if unable to do so. Snake
venom is not poisonous if
swallowed.
5. Carry victim by litter or
hand saddle if necessary to
closest transportation and
place the person under the
care of a physician as soon
as possible.
6. Capture the snake dead or
alive for positive identifica-
tion. This information will
help the doctor to treat the
patient quickly and efficient
ly.


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 J e ann e
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
mins.


whose daughter, Sande, has
been attending school in the
United States.
Before they leave and every
time they come back to the
Isthmus for a visit a stop will
be made at the Canal Zone
Library Museum. There in a
sealed case, is a 10-foot model
of a full-rigged German-type
four-masted barque named the
John Constantine, the product
of many years of patient labor
on the part of Barbara Hutch-
ings' father. The model of the
ships that sailed the seas in the
late 19th century had been in
the Cristobal Port Captain's Of-
fice for nearly 25 years. It was
presented to the Library Mu-
seum by the Panama Canal
Pi ots Association and was
restored by Captain F. D. Saun-
ders.
The model of the ship is
unusual in that it was cons-
tructed from the hull up exact-
ly as if it had been planned
and built in a shipyard, and
the interior of the ship from
cargo space to crews' quarters
and officers' cabins was built
to scale and fully furnished.
The furnishings are complete
and typical of the late 19th
century, even to buckets and
cuspidors.


NYU Alumni Clu


Seeking Member

If you have ever attend
York University, you're
Wanted to join with oil
mer students and gradu
the NYU Alumni Club o
ama and the Canal Zone
Lionel Zamore of AID
sident, Carlos Ayala of
secretary and there are
Americans and Panaman
the recently founded club
Canal employees desiring
information may contact
Robbins, assistant to the
troller, at Balboa 2577.
who might be contacted a
Marjorie Vanderslice Ji
the Schools Division and
C. Peterson of Personnel



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The PANAMA CANAL SPI
is an official publication
Panama Canal, Balboa I
C. Z. News articles contained
are made available to all i
ed news media for whatev
they may wish to make o
and may be reprinted will
ficial clearance.
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is printed weekly at the St
Herald Publishing Co.. P
Republic of Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL
Robert T. Fleming, Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERN<
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICE
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended for pub
in the SPILLWAY should be
ed in the Panama Canal Pr
fice no later than Tuesda
noon of the week of publ
Urgent material can be r
and processed for use the
week through Wednesday
to noon on Thursday. Mail r
to PANAMA CANAL SPIL
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


July 16-21-A celebration in
-- honor ,of the Taboga
Patron Saint, including a
,.L maritime procession July
1b 21 at 9 a.m.,.and a flower
procession at 3 p.m. The
Tourist Bureau of Pan-
rs ama will establish con-
tinuous launch service.
ed New July 19- Dance at the Panama
wanted. Hilton Hotel by the St.
her for- Christopher's Episcopal
ates in Church to raise funds for
of Pan- a school and community
e. center at the Parque Le-
is pre- fevre-Rio Abajo area.
NCR is
e many July 19-Art Exhibit. Latest
tians in works of Beatrix Bficefio,
b. Antonio Alvaradb, Mario
Calvit and Ivan Zachri-
ng more sson. At the Panamanian
:t Paul Arts Institute Galery in
Comp- the Teacher's U n it e d
Others Guild (Magisterio Pana-
ire Mrs. merio Unido) building,
ones of Urbanizacion 0 b a r r i o,
Thomas Panama City.

July 19-23-Fiesta of Santa Li-
brada in Las Tablas.

Y July 20-7th Festival of the Po-
Ilera, Las Tablas, Odeon
LLWAY Theatre, 3 p.m.
of the
Heights.
ed in it July 26-August 10 (Except
nterest- no show on July 28 or on
ver use August 5) Theater Guild
hout of- presents "South Pacific"
at the Ancon Playhouse.
ILLWAY Tickets $2. Curtain time
ta and 8 p.m. Preview on SCN-
anama, TV "Showcase" on July
L ZONE 4 from 7-7:30 p.m.
OF July 26- Institute of Art will
present the famous
ER quintet from the Superior
School of Music of Ber-
blication lin.
receiv-
ress Of- "July 28-Fiesta of San Cristo-
y cater- bal in Chepo.
received
e same August 6-11-An industrial ex-
and up position will be sponsored
eLWAYl by the Embassy of Israel
z. at the Chamber of Com-
Merce. i


Extra Launches

On Taboga Run

This Weekend

Extra launch trips will be
made between Balboa and
Taboga this weekend, as the
Isle of Flowers in Panama
Bay welcomes visitors for
the annual festival of the
Virgin of Carmen. Five
launch trips wiJI be made
today, 10 on Saturday, and
15 on Sunday. The Taboga
festival will include various
activities today and Satur-
day and will be concluded
on Sunday with two proces-
sions, one on ,the sea in the
morning and. the other on
land in the afternoon.



Practice Urged

For Those Planning

To Enter Swim Meets

Annually, during the summer
months, Amateur Athletic
Union Junior Olympic swim-
ming meets are held throughout
the United States and the Ca-
nal Zone. All Canal Zor chil-
dren interested in possible par-
ticipation are urged to practice
for entry in the Canal Zone
preliimnaries and finals.
On Friday, (August 23) the
Balboa pool will host all Canal
Zone swimmers who qualify for
the final swim. To qualify, all
swimmers must participate in
the preliminaries to be held on
Wednesday, August- 14, in the
Gamboa and Coco Solo pools.
The preliminary meets and the
finals are sponsored by the Ca-
nal Zone Division of Schools.



Coming


Events

July 15-19-Fourth Conference
of the American Armies,
Fort Amador.


1IOIODAY
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 -
"Hundred Hour
Hunt"
10:30-Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
S5:05-RKids Klub
5:30 Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00 Concept
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore show
8:55-SCN News
9S:00 Armchair Theater -
"Strange Mrs.
Crane"
10:15 Jack Paar Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.

WEDNESDAY
4:50-Billboard I"
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 Wonderful World of
Golf
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Sing Along With
Mitch
10:00 Tonight
10:45 Air Force Story
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Come

FRIDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edtition
5:05 Buccaneers
5:30 Travel Time
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-College Bowl "
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
Fenster
8:00 Dinah Shore Show
8:55-SCN News
S:00-Price Is Right
9:30 Steve Allen Show
20:45 Air 'Force Story
1:00-Final Edition
:1:45 Friday Night
Theater -
"La Strada"

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00 Saturday Matinee -
"Hundred Hour
Hunt"
5:30 Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
7:00 Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
s:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55--SCN News
9:00 Circle Theater
10:00 Ted Mack
10:30 Willy
11:00-Final Edition
11:1S Steve Allen


SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
4:30 Chapel Of The Air
4:00 Exploring
5:00 Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00--SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30 Armed Forces
Information Film
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
10:45 Westward
i Movement
11:00-Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Jack Paar


W








ELIJA ENTIRE ELLAS A LA REINA


La sefiorita Cheryl Ellis,
de Camp Coiner, gan6 el
primer escrutinio el mi6r-
coles por la noche, para es-
coger a la Reina de la Ban-
da de la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Rainbow City, en el
concurso auspiciado por la
Asociaci6n de Padres de
Familia. El escrutinio se
efectu6 en el Gimnasio de
Rainbow City.
Este fue el resultado del
primer escrutinio: Cheryl
Ellis, de Camp Coiner, 2,300
votos; Elsa Ho we11, de
Camp Coiner; 1,360; An-
drea Cox,.de Rainbow City,
1,300; Judith Andri6n, de
Mindi, 1,160; Celia Davis,
de Rainbow City Heights,
1,150; Arsenia GAlvez, de
Camp Bierd, 525; Clemen-
tina Troya, de Camp Bierd,
400 y Lydia Thom,' de Rain-
boc City, 322.


minfas Medicas
El mfartes.23 a las 7:30 p.m.
serin exhibidas en el auditorio
de la Escuela Primaria de Pa-
raiso, una series de peliculas so--
bre salubridad. El program
sera presentado bajo los aus-
picios de la Unidad de Investi-
gaci6n M6dica de 'la America
Central, Divisi6n de Medicina
Preventiva de la Direcci6n de
Salubridad del Canal de Pana-
ma.


A MATRICULARSE
QUE YA ES HORA
Aquellos que proyectan to-
mar el curso de tercer aiio
(junior) en la Universidad de
la Zona del Canal ya fuere co-
mo estudiantes permanentes
o parciales, deben comunicar-
se con la Universidad llamnan-
do a los telofonos 2-2380 6 2-
4590 para hacer los arreglos
indicados.
Las autoridades universita-
rias tienen interds en cono-
cer los problems a fin de po-
der incluir en su program
los cursos de interns para los
estudiantes del tercer aio asi
como fijar las horas mds con-
venientes. Para cara curso se
require un minimo de 10 ma-
triculas.


CHERYL EILLIS
Camp Coiner


. .
ELSA HOWELL
Camp Coiner


Puente de Lanchas para


Fiestas de Taboga hoy

Ha side tal la demand de pasajes para viajar a Taboga
este fin de semana con motivo de las fiestas patronales de
la- Virgen del Carmen, que el Instituto Panamefio de Turis-
mo solicit al Canal de Panama el aumento de lanchas para
poder tender a la gran cantidad de personas de PanamA y
la Zona del Canal que viajarin a la Isla de las Flores.
Cinco lanchas haran viajes a Taboga en el dia de hoy,
diez lo haran el sabado y quince el domingo.
Una orquesta panamefia, integrada por 18 m6sicos, no
pudo conseguir cupo en las lanchas del Canal de Panama y
hara el viaje en un barco camaronero del senior Gilberto
Eduardo Botello, quien solikit6 permiso alas autoridades del
Canal de Panama, para atracar su barco en Balboa y reco-
ger a los m6sicos el shbado a las S de la tarde, en vista de
que a esa hora no hay marea alta en la bahia de Panama.
El permiso fue concedido por medio del Capitan de Puerto


VOL. II No. 5


ANDREA COX
Rainbow City


CELIA DAVIS
Rainbow City Heights'


CLEMENTINA TROYA
Camp Bierd


JUDITH ANDRION
Mindi


ARSENIA GALVEZ
Camp Bierd




* * *


LYDIA TOM
Rainbow City


La "Sefiorita Panama" Se Encuentra Entre Ellas


Mariela Aguirre Carmen Perurena


Mayra Castillero Carmen van der Hans Xenia Mendoza,


Orietta Macia Dur~n


Maritza Vallarin*


El stbado en el patio del hotel El PanamA Hilton se celebrarin los finales del concurso para el escogimiento de la Sefiorita PanamA que
tanto entusiasmo ha despertado. Para deleite de nuestros lectores ofrecemos aqui las fotografias de las bellas damitas que se disputan el codn4
ciado cetro de reina de la belleza: Mariela Aguirre, Carmen Perurena, Mayra Castillero, Carmen van der Hans, Xenia Mendoza, Orietta Mac
Duran y Maritza Vallarino.


El Gobernador -
Recibe a Concejos
S Civicos
El Gob'ernador de la Zona
del Canal. Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., ha fijado el jueves 25 de
los corrientes, a la una y me-
dia'-de la iarde,,parq una Se-
si6n Ejecutivt'a de los Cornce-
jos Civicos de las comunurda-
des Latino-Americanas de Id
Zona del Canal.
La sesi6M se llevard a efec-
to en el sal6n de la Junta en
el edificio de la Administra-
ci6n en Balboa Heights.
El martes 23 el Goberna-
dor Fleming recibird a los
Concejos Civicos norte-ame-
ricanos de la Zona del Canal.


VIERNES 19, JULIO 1963


I


cdam"I de P"Mm"







I L LWAly.-,






Pigina DOS


ami Roberto Durin en el


a .. d.l (..w Golf Internacional


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




ALICE IVONNE FULLETON, trabaja en el Ser-
vicio de Guias de la Zona del Canal desde el 24
de junio de 1962. Actualmente reside en Coro-
zal, pero anteriormente estuvo domiciliada en
Curund6 y la ciudad de Panama, en el barrio
,de Bella Vista, primero y en El Cangrejo, des-
pu6s. Educada en escuelas de la Zona del Ca-
nal, se cas6 el 14 de julio -de 1955 en Augsberg,
Alemania, con William Fulleton, y tienen un
hijo, Willianr K., de 7 afios de edad. En la foto
aparece la sefiora de Fulleton sentada al escri-
torio en la rotunda del edificio de la Adminis-
traci6n en Balboa Heights.


-.


I


Ascendido a Director el Despdida a
Mr. W. M. Black


Profesor Carlos Vaz Jr.


El Superintendent de Escue-
las anunci6' el ascenso de Car-
los A. Vaz, Jr., a Director de
la Escuela Secundaria de Pa-
raiso.
El fluevo director fue maes-
tro visitador de Castellano en,
las Escuelas Latinoamericanas
de la Zona del Canal y' luego
consejero de la casa de estu-
dios que ahora pasa a dirigir.
'Durante el aiio escolar 1961-62
fue director interino de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City de agosto a 'agosto en
reemplazo de Alfredo Cragwell,
quien se encontraba haciendo
un curso en los Estados Unidos
en licencia de su cargo. De


:Nueva Presidenta de
Damas del Canal
La seiiora fEleanor Abbott
Sfu elegida president de los
Damas del Canal de Panamd
en la asamblea general cele-
brada con ocasi6n del primer
aniversario de esa organisa-
cidn el lunes ;5 de los co-
rrientes.
La president saliente, doiia
Mary Doolan hizo entrega del
cargo a su sucesora. (ver fo-
tografia en la secci6n' ingle-
sa).
S La organizaci6n tiene como-
Presidente Honoraria a la se-
noira Eleanor Fleming, espo-
,s(a del Gobernador- de I Zo-
na del Canal y como Primera
Vicepresidenta a la sefiora,
Elizabeth Parker, esposa del
Vicegobernador.
Las otras dignatarias son
las sefioras.:
Deeta Osbbrne, segunda vice-
presidenta;
Ethel Cooper, secretariat;
Jerie Magnuson, tesorera; y
Louise Johnson, coordinadora
en el sector atldntifo.


septiembre 1962 a junio de 1963
reemplaz6 en la direcci6n de
la escuela que ahora dirige en
propiedad, al entonces director
Ellis L. Fawcett.
El director Vaz, despues de
graduarse en la Universidad
de Panama, obtuvo en la de
Denver, en 1958, su Master en
Arte y mayor en Educaci6n Se-
cundaria y, en 1959 su Master
en Educaci6p con mayor en
educaqi6n en lo referente a
program (curriculum).
El ex-director Fa w c e t t es
ahora Inspector de .Enseiianza
en las Escuelas Latinoamerica-
nas de la Zona del Canal.,

EL DR. LAKE

ASCENDlDO,

El Dr. Kenneth E. Lake, ins-
tructor de la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal, ha sido. ascen-
dido al cargo de Coordinador
de Curriculum de la Divisi6n
'de Escuelas, a partir del 19 de
agosto entrant.
En su nuevo cargo el, profe-
sor Lake laborara con su per-
sonal especializado en la elabo-
raci6n de los programs de es-
tudio y el curriculum de las
escuelas de la Zona del Canal.
Nacido en Kansas, el doctor
Lake obtuvo su Bachillerato en
Artes en la Universidad de
Washburn, de Topeka, Kansas
y su -Master's en la Universi-
dad de Kansas en Lawrence;
en 6sta filtima casa de studios
se recibi6 de Doctor en Filoso-
fia y Educaci6n en 1961.
Por algunos afios ejerci6 el
profesorado como ayudante en
la citedra de matefniticas en
la Universidad de Bradley;
cuando vino al Istmo en 1962
ejercia la citedra de Educa-
ci6n en la Universidad de Kan-
sas.


La Asociaci6n de Empleados
de las Esclusas del Pacifico,
ha fijado la noche del 10 de
agosto entrante para la fiesta
de despedida al senior William
Black y sefiora. El acto tendri
verificativo en el Club de Ofi-
ciales de Fuerte Amador.
El sefior Black, Superinten-
dente de Mantenimiento de las
Esclusas del, Pacifico, -se jubi-
lara y saldra con su esposa pa-
ra los Estados Unidos, el dia
14 de agosto.
Los boletos para la fiesta
pueden obtenerse de T. A. Mar-
ti, Presidente de la Asociaci6n,
tel6fono 2-1294 o de Harry
Whitney, 2-4378; -de Marion
Woodruff, 2-2491 o de George
Booth.


Liamado a

Ex-alumnos

Doe la NYU
La Sociedad de ex-Alum-
nos de la Universidad de
Nueva York, hace un llama-
do a toda persona que haya
alguna vez estudiado en di-
cha instituci6n para que se
inscriba en el NYU Alumni
Club de Panama y la Zona
del Canal.
La instituci6n es presidi-
da por Lionel Zamore de
AID, siendo su Secretario
Carlos Ayala; esta integra-
da por muchos panamefios
y 'norteamericanos que cur-
saron estudios-en la Univer-
sidad, de Nueva York.
Para mayores informacio-
nes puede usted ponerse en
comunicaci6n con Paul Ro-
bins, asistente del Contralor
en Balboa (2-2577) o con la
sefiora Marjorie Vanderslice
Jones, de la Divisi6n de Es-
cuelas a Thomas C. Peter-
son, en la Divisi6n del Per-
nal.


Roberto Durin, con Jeff Ri-
ley en una buena posici6n para
un par, logra un "birdie" para
ganar el Torneo de Golf de la
CAmara Junior de Panama. El
equipo participara en el Tor-
neo Internacional, en Midland,
Texas, del 20 al 23 de agosto.'
Los otros dos miembros del
equipo integrado por cuatro,
son: Craig Stoudner, quien en-
cabez6 el torneo durante dos
vueltas y finalize con 230, y
Tom Perantie, quien vino de
muy atris el dltimo dia con un
74, para un total de 231.
Duran y Riley estuvieron em-


patados despuis de tres vuel-
tas de juego, cada uno regis-
trando 77 el dia final para to-
tales de 229. Ambos hicieron
par en el primer hoyo 'del desa-
fio extra. En el segundo hoyo
Riley qued6 atrapado en su se-
gundo tiro, mientras que Du-
ran envi6 la bola cerca del
"green". Riley fall por un pie,
mientras Durin metia la bola
en el hoyo desde una distancia
de treinta pies para ganar el
titulo.
El equipo partira hacia los
Estados Unidos el 15 o el 16 de
agosto.


;70. Aniversario (elebfR anls de Sa'lnbtidad.


El Club de la Direcci6n de
Salubridad celebrara su baile
annual en conmemoraci6on de su
S6ptimo Aniversario en el Ho-
tel El Panama-Hilton mafiana
20 de julio. El acto tendri ve-
rificativo en el sal6n Bella Vis-
ta. La orquesta de Willie Moro
ha sido contratada para esta
occasion en la que habri un nd-


VISITAS EN LA SEMANA
JULIO 8-14d e 1963
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1,594
Esclusas de Gatdn .... 291
Las Cruces,
10 viajes ........... 1,266
Reina Manuelita,
4 viajes ............ 70
Barcos de
Pasajeros, 1 ........ 1,400
Otras Excursiones ... 40
TOTAL ........... 4,661


mero de variedades, entire ellos
los presentados por el conjunto
Los Debutantes.
Para reservar localidades di-
rigirse a las siguientes perso-
nas:' Courtney Delmar, (Pana-
ma 3-5674): Robert Samuels
(Panama 2-5256); Wilberforce
Smith (Pedro Miguel 4-635);
Winston T homa s (Crist6bal
3-2817) o Eric McDonald (Pa-
raise 4-478).
Aun cuando no se trata de
una organizaci6n de beneficen-
cia, el Club de la Direcci6n de
Salubridad si ha prestado ayu-
da en el pasado a instituciones
que contribuyan al bienestar
social, cultural o econ6mico de
la comunidad.
Entre las entidades asi asisti-
das estin el hospital NicolAs
S6lano, el Ej6rcito de Salva-
ci6n, las victims del incendio
de Col6n, la British Aid Society
el Fondo para Becas de las Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas y pa-
ra la construcci6n de la iglesia
Episcopal de 'St. Christopher.


EN EL AULA MAXIMA de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso se llev6 a cabo el viernes 61timo
el homenaje de despedida al senior Charles A. Dubbs, quien fuera Ayudante al Superintendente de
las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal y quien ha sido nombrqdo director de Escue-
las'estadounidenses en la Zona del Canal. En la foto aparece de pie el professor de ingl6s, senior
Horace V. Parker, de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City, quien pronunci6 el discurso de des-
pedida. Sentados, de izquierda a derecha, la sefiorita Ana T. Bennet, Directora de la Escuela
Primaria de Pedro Miguel, quien presidi6 el program, el senior S. E. Esser, Superintendente de
Escuelas de tI Zona del Canal, la sefiora y el senior Dubbs. Un program cultural se desarroll6


President de las Muchachas Guias

tiene aiiables frases para'SPILLWAY'

"Esa revista ayudara a Ilevar al publico al conocimien-
to de que si hay compafierismo entire Panama y la Zona
del Canal", dice, refiriendose al SPILLWAY la sefiora Cia-
rita Smith de Wright, Presidenta del Comit6 Nacional de
las "Muchachas Guias de Panama".
En su gentil carta la sefrora de Wright agradece, a nom-
bre de esa organizaci6n panameuia, la publicaci6n de una
fotografia en que aparecen las Muchachas Guias paname-
fas y las Girl Scouts de la Zona del Canal asi como nues-
tro comentario de que "existe el mejor entendimiento en-
tre los grupos internacionales del scoutismo", concept que
la President del Comite Nacional de Muchachas Guias con-
sidera que "demuestra la verdad".
Este semanario a su vex agradece las amables frases
de la sefiora de Wright.


Juno W9 de 1963


SPILLWAY












LAGUNA vs DON JOHNSON EL DOMINGO


Frente al destacado pfigil norteamericano Don Johnson, de Los An-
geles, California, cambiarA golpes el domingo el mias sobresaliente pugi-
lista panameho de los filtimos ahios, el peso pluma colonense Ismael La-
guna, cuando se midan en combat a 10 asaltos en el tinglado del Estadio
O-ipico "Juan Dem6stenes AVosemena", en un peso mAximo de 126 lbs.
Johnson, un estudiante de administraci6n public de la Universidad
de Washington, en San Luis, Missouri, tiene un record como boxeador
professional de 28 victoria,, 18 por nocaut, 6 derrotas y 3 empates, en
tanto que Laguna ha ganado 27 peleas, 19 de ellas por nocaut y ha per-
dido una decision.


Para-el encuentro d'el domingo se espera una concurrencia de mfs
de 10,000 personas, pues se colocarAn unas graderias adieionales detrAs
del tinglado en -el cuadro de juegos.
Esta sera la primera pelea de Laguna desde que perdi6 su invicto
a manos del colombiano Antonio "Mochila" Herrera el 7 de junio filtimo
en Bogota, Colombia.
Laguna esta clasificado tercero entire los pesos plumas por la Aso-
ciacion Mundial de Boxeo y sexto por la revista "The Ring". Johnson
estA en el cuarto lugar en la clasificaci6n de la AMB y tercero en la de
"The Ring".


INSTITUTE SE MIDE CON Manana Realizan Pruebas


PARAISO EN BALOMPIE Atletas Que Competiran


El intercambio deportivo en-
tre las Eseuelas Seeundarias La-
tinoamericanas de la Zona del
Canal y las de PanamA, conti-
nuarA el domingo a las nueve de
]a mafana en Paraiso, cuando se
inidani en un partido de futbol
losoncenos de Paraiso, campe6n
inteicolegial y Deportiv Estu-


diantes, equipo de la- liga inter-
na de futbol del Instituto Nacio-
nal de PanamA.
Paraiso sueumbi6 ante la Uni-
versidad de Panama por 5 a 1 en
el primer partido del intercambio
deportivo, el domingo 7 de julio
en el eampo de juegos de Pa-
raiso.


RAINBOW CITY GANO EL



TITULO DE PING-PONG


La 'Escuela Seeundaria de
.Rainbow City gan6 el campeo-
nato femenno de tennis de mesa,
de la eategolria mayor, superan-
do a la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso por once juegos a uno,
en el torneo intercolegial de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal.




SANTA CRUZ


CAMPEON


La Escuela Secundaria de
Santa Cruz, conquist6 el cam-
peonato femenino de tenis de
mesa, en la categoria menor,
con cinco victorias y una sola
derrota, en el torneo interco-
legial de las Escuelas Latino-
americanas de la Zona del Ca-
nal.
En segundo lugar qued6 Rain-
bow City con cuatro victorias
y dos derrotas, cerrando la
march la Escuela de Paraiso
con seis derrotas sin victoria
alguna.
Por Santa Cruz, jugaron Di-
xie Swaby, Ivonne Walters y
M6nica Millet; por Rainbow
City: Marcia Welch, Yolanda
Jordan y Giselle Duque, y-por
Paraiso: Gloria Martinez, Del-
fina Moreno y Juanita Wood-
cock.


Las integrantes del equipo de
Rainbow City fueron con la
cantidad de juegos ganados y
perdidos enitre par6ntesis Eli-
da Clinton (4-0), Ana Archibold
(3-1), Carlos Clinton (2-0), Del-
ceda Mathews (1-0) y Ana Ash-
burn (1-0). Por Paraiso actua-
ron Eleanor Millet (1-0), Afias-
tasia Lewis (0-4), Wilma Julie
(0-4), Sharon Grazette (0-2),
Joan Green (0-1) y Mary Thor-
ne (0-1).


2 Piigiles Van

Para Caracas
Dos boxeadores aficionados
panamefios viajarAn el 31 de
este mes a Caracas, Venezue-
la, invitados por la Federaci6n
Venezolana de Boxeo Aficiona-
do, para celebrar encuentros el
2 de agosto en la capital vene-
zolana.
La invitaci6n fue hecha a los
pfigiles Marcial "Latigo" Gu-
tidrrez subcampe6n Panameri-
cano del peso gallo en los fil-
timos Juegos Panamericanos
de Sao' Paulo, y el novel pros-
pecto Anel Prescott,, de la di-
visi6n' mosca. Asi 10,inform6 la
Federaci6n Nacional de Boxeo
Aficionado de Panama, que
preside el Mayor Angel R.
Arauz.
Con los boxeadores viajora el
,entrenador aficionado George
Beckford.
Pr6xiriamente vendrAn al Ist-
mo dos pugilistas venezolanos
' acompafiados de su entrenador
para presentarse en los tingla-
dos locales...


El 30 Contra Puerto Rico

Mafiana a las 9 de la mariana se celebrarAn en el Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6s-
tenes Arosemena", las competencias de pista y campo entire los atletas que han sido
seleccionados para enfrentarse a los de Puerto Rico el 30 de este mes por la noche
en Panami.
El torneo de mafiana servira para ratificar tiempos y marcas de los seleccionados,
y tendran que concurrir todos los principles y suplentes. El atleta que no compita ma-
fiana, sera excluido del equipo panamefio. Se hard una excepci6n con aquellis ,que
presented excusa por motives de trabajo.
Al equipo panamefio han sido incorporados dos atletas mis, Alfredo Thompson,. de
Paraiso, corredor de 400 metros pianos, y Manuel de la Rosa, de la Universidad de
Panama, corredor de 1,500 metros plans.
Otros atletas de las comunidades latinoamericanas de la Zona del. Canal que com-
petiran son: Emerson Farqhuar y Eric Charles, de Rainbow City, eorredores de distan-
cias cortas, y Winston Woodcock, de Paraiso, de salto alto.
Los atletas novatos de Puerto Rico llegarAn al Istmo, procedentes de San, Juan,
.en la madrugada del lunes 29 de este mes, para presentarse en Panamb al dia siguien-
te y luegd continuar viaje hacia Guatemala el lo. de agosto.
Los atletas puertorriquefios harAn una visit al Canal de PanamA el 31 de julio...
Ese dia conocerin las Esclusas de Miraflores v 1bo darAn un paseo por el Canal de
Panama a bordo de la lancha turistica "Las Cruces".


EL ONCENO de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso conquist6 el campeonato intercolegial de fit-
bol de la categoria mayor, al vencer el viernies 12 de julio at de Rainbow City, con anotaci6n de
un gol por cero en el torneo de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas. En la fotografia aparecen de iz-
quierda a derecha, parados: el entrenador Cedric Bailey, Edson Martinez, Elias Mendoza, Jeos
Morales, Pablo Hernandez, Lewelyn Lowe, Aaron Failey, Jose Stennet, Kenneth McFarlane y Azda
Singh; agachados: Mario Diaz, Eduardo de Gracias, Frank Edwards, Antonio Rodriguez, Victor
Romero, Jos6 Melgar, Rolando Ruiz, Federico Ellington y Lorenzo Robinson. Paraiso gan6 dos jue-
gos y empat6 dos en el campeonato, para un total de 6 puntos, mientras que Rainbow City em-
,pat6 dos y perdi6 dos para 2 puntos.


Aficionados Se
Miden en Colon
Cinco combates presentari es-
ta noche en la Arena de Col6n
la Liga Distritorial de Boxeo
Aficionado de Col6n, en ]a con-
tinuaci6n de'su temporada pugi-
listica de este ahio.
En el program de esta noche
se celebraran los siguientes en-
cuentros: Felix Castillo contra
Alfonso Navarro en 112 libras;
Jorge Washington y Flix Jean-
Marie, en 124; Severino Borbfia
y TomAs Mendoza en 140; Jose
Valladares y Juan R. Garcia en
126 y Carlos Harris Frrente a
Vernal Prescott en 112 libras.

Brincos, Saltos
y Volterelas...
, Grupo de gimnastas de 8 a
12 afios de edad, estAn encan-
tadas de la vida, siguiendo un
program de volteretas en el


SANTA CRUZ SE CORONA


CAMPEON DE BALOMPIE


La Escuela Secundaria de
Santa Cruz, gan6 el campeona-
to menor de futbol de las Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas, al
imponerse el miercales a Rain-
bow City, con anotaci6n de c-n-
co goles por cero, en el parti-
do celebrado en-Santa Cruz..
Los vencedores acumularon
un total de seis puntos en el
torneo intercolegial, faltindole

gimnasio-de Balboa. Un grupo
de volteadoras estA integrado
por 25 niiitas y el otro de so-
lo 10, pero todas dan brincos y
saltos y volteretas que es un
contento.
El adiestramiento gimnisti-
co entusiasma a las criaturas


solamente, un partido por ce-
lebrar, frente a Paraiso, hoy a
las 2:30 p.m. en Paraiso.
Rainbow City, que termin6
sus compromises, acumul6 tres
puntos, con una victoria, un
empate y dos derrotag, en tan-
to que Paraiso ha empatado un
juego y perdido dos para un
punto. Santa Cruz ha ganado
los tres desafios que ha cele-
brado.

y las distract durante esta tem-
porada de vacaciones escola-
res. Muchas de las nifiitas de-.
muestran particulares habilida-
des para toda suerte de com-
plicadas gimna.ias, ain cuan-
do para algunas se trata de las
primeras que aprenden.


Los tres pugilistas colombia-
nos que se presentaron el do-
mingo pasado en el tinglado del
Gimnasio Nacional fueron de-
rrotados por los boxeadores pa-
namefios que se les enfrenta-
ron.
En la primera pelea de la no-
che, el local Eugenio Hurtado,
de 113-3/4, se impuso por deci-
si6n unanime al colombiano
Humbert, Caraballo, de 118 li-
bras, en .10 asaltos.
Luego Camy Beto, de 117-1/4,
substituyendo al enfermo Luis
Patifio, venci6 al colombiano
Reinaldo L6pez. del mismo Pe-


so, por nocaut tecnico a los 2:40
minutes del septimo asalto.
Por uiltimo, el chiricano Car-
los Rios, de 125-3/4, derrot6 al
colombiano Hip61lito Palome-
que, de 124-3/4 por nocaut. tec-
nico al minuto 50 segundos del
dkcimo y filtimo asalto.
El colombiano Bernardo Ca-
raballo segundo peso mosca del
mundo, segun la revista "The
Ring", hizo una exhibici6n esa
misma noche. Caraballo se en-
frentarA el 26 de este mes en
BogotA al. argentino Pascual
Pdrez, ex-eampe6n mundial de
la division.


1-2- y 3 Ganaron


P igiles Paname fos


SPILLWAY


Pigina TRES


Juroo 79 de 7963








Julin 1Q 9e 1963


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Cartones
La Nueva
Generaci6n
Jitazo Royal
Rodeo
Ciudad Desnuda
Un Paso al Mas
All
El Buen Pastor
Teleteatro

LUNr-
Carnjval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances- ..-
Reporiaies Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnival de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas-
Dick Tracy
Noticias
SSuperman
Supers6nicos .
Ajedrez Fatal .
Foro de Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES
Carnaval de
Cartones '
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
iBeportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro --
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popele
Noficias
Boy. RBodgers
Biografia
Fred Astaire
Present
Imperio del Oeste
Noticias
Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy,
Avances
Beportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de. Estrellitas
Dibujos b Animados
Noticias
Buggs Bunny
Blanquita Amaro.
Surf Side 6
Robert Taylor
Nick Charles.
Noncias 's
Teleteatro

JUEVES
Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Advances
Beportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Extraio Mundo del
Pantano ,
Show Internocional
La Horam Once
Peter Gunn
Noticias
Teleteatro
VIERNES
Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serle Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Beportajesm Mundiales -
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
El Ceqato, Magoo
Noticias
Hombre del Rifle
Picapiedras
Boris Karlofl
El Fabricante de No-
ticias
Mantovani
Noticias
Sola de Proyecci6n
Teleteatro

SABADO
Carnaval do
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Teleteatro
Avances
5Reportajes Mundiales
Sarao de Teved6s
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Combat
Ben Casey
Sam Benedict
Noticias
Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo poer t Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 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 Jelatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrtas lnitntiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
S12:45 Noticias I
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas fardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocmna on T.V.
5:00 Mornas de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres 7 Comtcas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ley oel Revolver.
..7:00 ioticios
S7:30" atn rir" Tin
8:00 ,Kraft Musical
8:30 -Lq Gloria Qued6
* -' Arras. : .
9:00 Pecado' Mortal
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Aacg. us inlantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
1Z:4b oinclas
S1:00 'Carrousel nipico .
1:10 overa Snemanat
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias deo Guana-
juato
5:30 titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:0o log, near
7:00 Nouicias
7:30 Esmtdio Pepsi
8:00 La Hora Continental
8:30 La Gloria Quedo
Atras
9:00 -Pecado Mortal
9:30 El fcerce Hombre
10:00 Programa Especial
10:30 Noticias
MIERCOLES
11:30 Aiegrias Intantiles
12:15 Dsarto de a Boydo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Mominas de Guana.
I )uato.
3:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ivannxoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
8:00' C6micox y Cancio-
neo.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr. ildare
10:30 Hoticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Iniantlles
12:15 Jinete de la' Pradera
12:45 Noacias
1:00; Carrousel Hipico'
1:10 Novel a Semanal
1:45' Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
.5:00 Moaias de Guana.
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
. 6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 El Hombre Invisible
8:00 La Hora Orange
Crush.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias lnfantles
12:15 Jet Jackson
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6mnicas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6830 Annie Oakley
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:0 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 megrias tnfantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Ml Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiewo a Lucy
2:00 Momias de Guana.
iuato
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Club Infantil Televito
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 lnvestigador .5 ub-
marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspense
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula


PABLO PORTILLO, operario de equipo de man-
tenimiento de predios en la Divisi6n de Servicios
Comunales, que tiene 15 anios de servicio con el
Canal de PannmS, estA ganando desde este mes
de julio 88 centavos per hora de acuerdo con la
nueva escala de salaries. Portillo, que trabaja
en Balboa, ganaba antes 76 centavos per hera.


Alvarado, Briceno, Calvit'


y Zacbrisson exponen boy


Esta noche a las ocho se
inaugura la' Exposici6n Colec-
tiva de las 61timas obras de
cuatro destacados artists pa-
nameuios, Antonio Alvarado,
Beatrix (Trixie) Bricefo, Ma-
rio Calvit e Ivan Zachrisson.
La Exposici6n se verificarA
en la galeria del Magisterio Pa-


ALBERTO WATSON, capataz
de mantenimiento de predios en
Balboa, de la Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Comunales, con 27 anios
al servicio del Canal de Pana-
ma, ha visto aumentar su suel.
do de $1.44 a $1.56 per hora, con
la nueva escala de salaries que
entire, a regir durante el mes de
julio.

La Sra. BARBARA, HUTCH-
INGS, cuya foto aparece en la
secci6n inglesa boja el encabe-
zado "PEOPLE IN THE SPOT-
LIGHT", abandonar0 el Istmo
a fines del mes para estable-
cerse en Fort Lauderdale, Flo.
rida, despu6s de mis de 28
afios de servicio p6blico. Su es-
poso, senior Alba D. Hutchings,
se retir6 en 1952 despu6s de
servir al Canal de Panama du-
rante 38 afios. Desde hace tiem-
po la pareja vive en Las Cum-
bres, done poseen una precio-
sa residencia, frecuentemente
visitada por sus numerosas
amistades panamefias iy norte-
americanas.
Para .despedir a los esposos
Hutchings en forma debida, sus
amistades preparan un agasa-
jo en el Club de la Legi6n Ame-
ricana, fijado para el 2 de agos-
to. (Los interesados deben co-
municarse con dofia Fanie So-
sa al tel6fono Balboa 2366).
Birbara Hutchings es hiia del
difunto capitAn John Constan-
tine y Ileg6 a Panama a la
edad de 7 anos, habiendo na-
cido en Pireaus, Grecia. Su pa-
dre fue el primer Prictico del
Canal de Panama y estuvo
abordo del vapor "ANCON"
cuando este realizaba la prime-
ra travesia official del Canal.
El capitan Constantine, tra-
baj6 con la compaiia del Ca-
nal francs y en 1905 ingres6 a
servir a la Comisi6n del Ca-
nal Istmefio como capitAn y pi-
loto, capacidad en que condu-
jo al ANCON de oc6ano a oc6a-
no en su hist6rica travesia, Ile-
vando a su lado en el puente a
su hija Barbara.
Despues de server a la orga-
nizaci6n per tanto tiempo; Bar-
bara Hutchings dice adi6s al
Istmo donde siempre habrA de
ella gratisimos recuerdos...


namefio Unido (Urbanizaci6n
Obarrio) bajo los auspicios del
Institute Panamefio de Arte.
En circulos 'culturaled y ar-
tisticos prevalece el mas vivo
interns por esta Exposici6n que
present diversas tecnicas y
tendencies pero que promote
alcanzar gran resonancia.


EVENTS DE NATACION


Anualmente durante el vera-
no se celebran en los Estad6s
Upidos y en la Zona del Canal
competencias de nataci6n ba-
jos los auspicios de la Uni6n
Atlitica Aficionada de las Olim-
piadas Junior.

Con tal fin se urge a toda la
--muchachada zoneita que pudie-
se estar interesada de partici-
par en estos events que se en-
trenen desde ya para acondi-
cionarse a competir en los pri-


linmiares y finales de la Zona
del Canal. /
El viernes 23 de agosto se ce-
lebrara el torneo final en ]a pis-
cina de Balboa. Para calificar
todo-nadador debe participar
en los preliminaries que se efec-
tuarAn el 14 de agosto en las
piscinas de Gamboa y de Coco
Solo.
Estos events se realizan lo-
calmente bajos los auspicios de
la Division de Escuelas de la
Zona del Canal.


CALENBARIDO HE EVENTS

J ULI

15 al 19-Cuarta Conferencia de Ejercitos Americanos en Fuerte
Amador.
16 al 21-Fiesta de ]a Virgen de la Candelaria en Taboga culminando
con la procesi6n maritima a las 9 de la mafiana del dia 21.
Servicio continue de lanchas a Taboga.
19 Exposici6n Colectiva ofrecida por los artists Antonio
Alvarado. Beatrix Bricefio. Mario Calvit e Ivan Zachri-
sson. Institute Panamefio de Arte. Urbanizaci6n Oba-
rrio. (Hasta el 5 de agosto).
19 Baile auspiciado por la Iglesia Episcopal San Crist6bal,
para levantar fondos para una escuela y centro comu-
nal en Parque Lefevre y Rio Abajo, en el Hotel Pana-
ma-Hilton.
19 23 Fiesta de Santa Librada en Las Tablas.
20 S6ptimo Festival -de la Pollera en el Teatro Ode6n de
Las Tablas, a las 3 p.m.
20-Aniversario de la Independencia de Colombia (1810).
21 Fiesta Nacional de B61lgica (1830).
22 Aniversario de la Liberaci6n de Polonia.
26 Presentaci6n de la Escuela Superior de Misica de .
Berlin.
26 El Theatre Guild present "South Pacific" en el teat'ro
'e Aric6n 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 Perd (1821).
28 Fiesta de San Crist6bal en Chepo.
AGOSTO


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Aniversario de la Confederaci6n Helv6tica (1921).
Dia de la Independencia de Bolivia.
Exposici6n industrial israeli en la CAmara de Comwcio
de Panama.


- GENT EN LA NOTICIA


BERNARDO VALDES, conductor de la Divisi6n
de Transporte a Motor, es uno de los beneficia-
dos con la nueva escala de salaries c el Canal
de Pranama.- Valdes, que tiene solamente 9 me.
ses al servicio de la organizaci6n del Canal, es-
taba ganando .87 centavos por hora, pero ahora
su salario es de 98 centavos per hora.


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