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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 26, 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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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: VID00417
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal.




S PPa.B.a. Canal




PILLWAY


VOL. II No. 6 FRIDAY, July 26, 1963



$450 Contributed



For Baseball Trip


Orange Kist, the American' Le-
gion baseball team from Fort


-American Legion-
52000.00














JULY 26 $ 450.00

JULY 17 $150.00










DEADLINE AUGUST 3


Clayton, -Post No. 7, was the first
team to qualify by having all
necessary records in to proper
officials for the National Finals
in the American Legion Tourna-
ment to be held next month, ac-
cording to an article in the
Sporting News, a weekly news-
paper devoted primarily to base-
ball.
The team is scheduled to travel
by APA (Aerovias Panama Air-
ways) to play the Department of
Mississippi at 2 p.m., August 15,
in Memphis, Tenn. The week-
long tournament at Memphis is
a regional tourney. From there,
if the team wins, they will go
to Keene, N. H., for the Amer-
ican Legion World Series, be-
ginning on August 25.
The boys still are in need of
funds. Approximately $450 .has
been collected to far. In order
for the boys not to have to put
up a substantial sum of money,
organizations in Panama and the
Canal Zone are being asked to
donate to the fund, regardless of
the amount. Contributions may
be sent to "Canal Zone Amer-
ican Legion Baseball, Box 267,
Balboa." Checks may be made
out to "Canal Zone American Le-
gion Baseball."
Regulations for behavior on
and off the field, and pitching
regulations were received re-
cently by Legion officials for
tournament play in the States.
It is hoped that the team will
be able to play several exhibition
games in Clarksville, Ark., prior
to the August 15 game in Mem-
phis.


MOISSEYEV BALLET TO PERFORM AT NATIONAL STADIUM The widely acclaimed Moisse.
yev Ballet troupe will present its final Isthmian performance in the Panama National Stadium off
Frangipani Street at 8 p.m. Saturday. Canal officials have authorized the sale of tickets from
portable booth in front of the Balboa Theater today and Saturday. Although billed as a ballet
troupe, the 100-member dancing group actually presents a two-hour performance leaning heavily
toward Russian folklore dancing rather than the type of performance normally associated with
ballet.,.' Isthmians who have seen performances by the troupe 'at the Rio Theater during the past
three days have been enthusiastic about the dancing and music. The troupe has appeared before
enthusiastic audiences in Madison Square Garden and now is on a tour of Latin American countries.



Mr. ZIP? Here's



aj";An Explanation
4%? 7 y J


MR. ZIP lias been introduced
in the United States postal, sys-
tem to speed mail delivery at
reduced postal costs.
Mr. Zip is an antic cartoon
character, symbol for the Post


'South Pacific' Opening


Office Department's Zone Im-
provement Program which went
into effect on July 1, the 116th
anniversary of the United States
postage stamp. The ZIP program
calls for the use of a five-digit
code .in addressing mail and all
residents here are encouraged to
use the five-digit code on all mail
to the United States.
Suppose you address letter to
someone in the 3300 block of
North Dinwiddie Street, Arling-
ton, Va., which is in Zone 7. The
ZIP Code will be 22207. The first
numberal 2 designates one of 10
national service areas, consisting
in this case of Maryland, Vir-
ginia, West Virginia, North and
South Carolina and the District
of Columbia. The second digit. 2
identifies the service subdivision,
in this case Northern Virginia.
The third digit identifies the Ar.
lington post office. The last two
digits, 07, idenitfy the station
from which the mail to that ad-
dress is delivered:
ZIP Code directories may be
obtained by writing to Headquart,
ers Services Division, Post Of-
fice Department, Washington, D.
C. 20260.
,,:,. ... ...' '


SEABEES CHARLES SNYDER, John Carlson and Bob Eagan (Billis) tune up
during rehearsals for tonight's opening performance of-South Pacific. The play
will begin at 8 p.m. at the Ancon 'Playhouse, with" continuing performances sched-
uled through August 10, 'not including Sundays. Ticketfsare $2 each.
s7 $ r, ;


,The. Theater Guild presentation
of "South Pacific" will open to-
night at the Ancon Playhouse
for a 2-week run. Curtain time
for each performance is 8 p.m.,
July 26 through August 10, but
there will be no Sunday perfor-
mances.
Jaynet Lindsey will be seen
in the role of Nellie Forbush,
the pretty young Navy nurse-
from Arkansas who meets her
love on a remote South Pacific
island while stationed there dur-
ing World War II. Mrs. Lindsey
is the wife of Capt. Harry V.


Lindsey, U.S. Army, and the
mother of three small children.,
Bob Schultz plays the part of
Emile de Becque, the fascinating
Frenchman who wins Nellie's
love. Leila Davis and Fred
Kunkle will be seen in the roles
of his half-French, half-Polynes-
ian children.
Dolores Leacock, known local.,
ly for her unique jazz piano in-
terpretations, will be seen as the
rowdy souvenir seller, Bloody
Mary. Carol Kimsey, who play-
ed Juliet in the Canal Zone Col-
lege presentation of Romeo and


LOCAL DRAMA will take to the bigtime tonight
as Jaynet Lindsey (above) and others open a
two-week run of one of the most successful
musicals ever produced, Rodgers' and Hammers-
tein's 'South Pacific'. Jaynet will play the role
of Nellie Forbush, which Mary Martin made
famous in the stage and movie productions.


Juliet, will appear as Liat, an
island girl loved by a Marine
officer. Bill Osborne, who is
with the 79th Army Band and
the who composes, sings, and
plays the trombone, is cast as Lt.
Joe Cable.
The big-dealer Seabee Luther
Billis, whose constant conniving
causes problems for the Navy,
is played by US Army Capt. Bob
Eagan. Sol Farbman will be seen
as Capt. George Brackett, USN,


and Ed Newbegin as Command-
er William Harbison, USN.
Bruce Quinn of the Panama
Canal Personnel Office, who
started out as producer-director,
is at Maxwell Air Force in Mont-
gomery, Alabama, for a special
course in Management Relations
and directing responsibilities
were taken on by Donald E. Mus-
selman, who heads the Canal
Zone College Drama Department.


BOB SCHULTZ' vocal talents
will combine with his dramatic
attributes to blend into the role
of Emile de Becque, the French-
man who falls in love wift
Miss Forbush.










Fag. TWO SP IL LWAY July 24, 1963


Florida State University



Registration Next Month


FAA CHIEF NOLAN ALSO FLIES PLANES


Isthmian FAA Chief


Retiring August 12


John C. Nolan, Area Coordi-
sator of the Federal Aviation
Agency's operations in the Ca-
gal Zone, will retire from Gov-
rnment service on August 12,
Miter 38 years with the Govern-




Retirees


Organizing


Blood Bank


The Canal Zone Retired Work-
4rs Association, Cristobal, has
plans to establish a "Walking
lood Bank" of available donors,
and 'to institute a system to reach
them in any emergency. 'The
Idea was proposed and approved
during a recent meeting of the
association in the Rainbow City
School.
People between the ages of 18
to 60 are being called upon to
have their blood tested and typed
preparatory to giving blood when
their cooperation is needed. A re-
cord files donors will be .avail-
able at the Local 900 Union Of-
fice, Cristobal, headquarters for
the Canal Zone Retired Work-
ers Association, which is headed
by George Samuels.
This system will make it un-
fnecessary for physicians to draw
blood in advance and keep it in
storage, with the possibility of
It going unused during the 21-
day limit for its use.
An educational campaign now
is being organized in which doc-
tors and laboratory technicians
Will talk at public meetings ex-
plaining to the public the harm-
lssness of giving blood.
'Constantine Parkinson, Pan-
ama Canal retiree, alternate
municipal councilman in, Colon-
and steward .for Local 900 ,AFL-
CIO, proposed the plan and will
head the organizational effort.
Iis assistants ade' Josep A.
Chambers, and Roland Dean.
This team of .workers has al-
ready succeeded in enlisting the
cooperation of several physicians
and laboratory technicians in-,
cluding such highly recognized
practitioners, as, Drs. Cliffortal
Bynoe, Juvenal Vasguez, Maximo
Carizo, and lab6ratory technic-
ians Victor E. i'Chales and F. S.
Dumoneau.' '
The campaign committee is
composed of St. Clement Parris,
Secretary of the Canal Zone Re-
tired Workers Association; Mes-
sers W. E. Barrows, President
of Rainbow City Civic Council;.
S. G. Mauge, President of the
Local '900 AFL-CIO; Roland
Dean, Business Agent of Local
900; Hector Connor, member of
Municipal Council 'of' Colon, and
G e or g e Roland, Supervisory
Timekeeper at the Atlantic
Lock.i


'- ". the last six in the Canal
Zone.
-. Nolan, an avid private
pilot, has been active in private
flying atcivities, in the Canal
Zone and presently is Safety Of-
ficer of the Albrook Aero Club.
He first came to the Isthmus
in May 1957 as Chief of the In-
ternational Flight Service Sta-
tion. As Station Chief, he is 'in
charge of all activities of the
FAA facility here, which employs
83 air traffic control specialists
and teletypists. He was appoint-
ed Area Coordinator for FAA
activities in the Zone on Feb-
ruary 8, 1962. As Area Coordinat-
or he represents the FAA in all
agency dealings with other or-
ganizations.
A native of Dalton City, Ill.,
Mr. Nolan entered the Navy in
1923, attended radio school and
served as radio operator on naval
torpedo bombers assigned to the
Pacific fleet. He later served at
the Navy Department in Wash-
ington and as radio instructor of
midshipmen at the U. S. Naval
.Academy, Annapolis.
While stationed in Washington,
he met his future wife, Miss
Marjorie Ogden. They were
married in 1928 and have two
children, Pat, who resides with
her husband and daughter in
Germany, and John Michael, who
lives in Denver, Colo., where he
\is employed by United Press In-
ternational.
After receiving his honorable
discharge in 1929, with the rank
of radioman second class, he
worked for a short -time with a
radio station in Springfield,' Ill.
(Incidentally, Mr. Nolan's dis-
charge certificate carries the sig-
nature of Capt.' William F. Hal-
sey, the famous World War II ad-
miral.)
He entered Government ser-
vice in October .1930, as a radio
operator with! the! U.. US. Light-
house Service of, the Department
,of Cpmmerce,i first in Cleveland
Sand later in t Jacksonville, Fla.
'He later became Operator in
,Charge of tle U., S. Airways
Communication Station in Titus-
,villel Fla., and held a similar
'position at-Melb6oirne, Fla. While
in the latter job, he was named
chairman of the Division of
Transportation and Communica-
tiops for Brevard County by Gov.
.Spessard L. Holland. After ser-
vice with regional offices in At-
lanita and Fort Worth, he trans-
,ferred to the Zone.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan will leave
the Isthmus on board the SS
Cristobal on August 14, enroute
to Colorado, where Mr. Nolan
plans to do a bit of fishing and
hunting. They may make their
permanent residence there.
.A cocktail-buffet party in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan will, be
held by their friends and co-
workers on Saturday evening,
August 10, in the Albrook AFB)
Officers Club. Tickets for the
event are $5 per person and dan
be obtained by calling Ernie
Silva at Balboa 3716 or Curundu
4141


The Florida State University
Canal Zone program will open its
fall term on August 19, with
classes at Fort Clayton on the
Pacific Side of the Isthmus and
at Fort Davis on the Atlantic
Side.
Pacific Side students may re-
gister at the Florida State Univ-
ersity Office, Building 95, Fort



College Offering

Noon-hour course

On World News
Persons who wish to tuse the
noon hour for knowledge rather
'than lunch during the coming
year may keep-up-to-date on the
significence of world happenings
by enrolling in the once-weekly
course in "Analysis of News Me-
dia" each Wednesday from 11:40
to 12:30 at Canal Zone College.
The course will be conducted by
Professor Charles R. Bowen,
.chairman of the Social Science
Department.
Ten other "lunch-our" cour-
ses will be available, a list of
which may be obtained by call-
ing' 2-2380 or 2-4590. Another
schedule available includes the
75 courses that will be taught
after 4:40 p.m. each day.


Clayton, Monday through Friday
noon August 12 through August
16, and Wednesday and Thurs-
day nights, August 14 and 15,
from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Registration on the Atlantic
Side will be at the Florida. State
University Office, Building 32,
Fort Davis, Monday through Fri-
day noon, August 12 through
August 16, and on Thursday
night, August 15, from 6:30 to
9:30 p.m.
At the conclusion of registra-
tion Friday noon, August 16, en-
rollment will be totalled to de-



Service Centers

To Close Early

The merchandise section
of the Balboa Service Center
will be closed at 6 p.m.,
July 31, instead of 10 p.m.,
as customary, in order to
permit the taking of mormal
inventories.
The Rainbow City Service
Center's merchandise sec-
tion will be closed at 7 p.m.
instead of 10 on the same
evening, for the s a m e
reason.


IN BROWSIN


By ELEANOR BURNHAM, CANAL ZONE LIBRARY


Travels: near and far Out by Anthony Carson tells in: a light
and casual style of the author's experiences in roving over the
globe. His activities ranged from sheep-shearing in New Zealand
to working in an income tax office in London. In his' preface to
the book, the famous English writer, Evelyn Waugh, reports that
all he can say to the American reader is that "here is an artist
to be enjoved, to be read uncritically without any concern for dark
trends or symbols." I I
How awful about Allan is a suspense novel by Henry Farrell
in which a normal boy ran into a blazing room in his old-fashioned
house and saw something so awful that he refused to see again.
His life thus became one of uncertainty and fear of both the real
the imaginary. Henry Farrell also is the author of the novel and
movie, What ever happened to Baby Jane?
The affair of Jolie Madame by Patrick O'Malley is an adven-
ture-suspense tale in which those remarkable and wonder&tl
counter intelligence agents, Harrigan and Hoeffler, are ,set to
work to solve the mysterious disappearance of a distinguished
California cybernetics genius. Onvly a beautiful blonde knows his
whereabouts and she won't tell. This is'a sophisticated and
amusing mystery nbvel.
The Month of'the Falling Leaves by.Bruce Marshall is the story
of an unsuspecting British philosophy professor who flew to
Warsaw to try to 'get some benefits from blocked royalties on a
book he had written. Of course, nobody in Poland had ever heard
of the book and di'dri't believe he had written one anyway. When,
in' his travels, he absentmindedly opened the wrong piece of lug-
gage and picked up 'the wrong coat, eager-beaver Red officials
thought him a secret agent but one they cpul ln't, quite catch
up with or understand. The World, the Flesh and F4ther Smith
is another of Mr. .Marshall's delightful stories, I
Ehrengard by Isak Dinesen deals with the aristocrati, Europe
_ of the author's youth sixty years ago and is a tale of' a, dynastic
crisis and romance in one of the' German principalities. Isak
Dinesen. the Baroness Karen Blixen, died in September 1962 at
her ancestral estate in Denmark. ,She was a disciplined stylist
and a skillful story teller. Ehrengard was one of her last tales.
The Kankee Rascals, by Carter A. Vaughanr provides fast
entertainment for historical fans. The hero, is Captain Jeremy
Ford who' in the Revolutionary War was unlucky 'enough to be
taken prisoner by the British Cavalry. As the result of his fearles-
sness, adroitness, and daring our hero, with the help of beautiful
and patriotic ladies, frees a group of Washington's officers held
in New York's Cortlandt Street prison. Mr. Vaughan has written
several other novels of the period.
The Pitcher and the Well is a mystery, but not of the who-
dun-it school. It is an anonymous publication and purports' to
be a true account, culled from letters which were dictated by
a dying P.O.W. from a hospital bed in a German prisi c'damP.
He addressed the letters to the man whom he knew best ind who
wrote the preface to this autobiography. The book was iiblihed
In New Zealand in 1961 amidst a furore over its authenticity. Is
it fiction or is it fact? Only one man knows and he has refused
to tell.


termine those classes ,which will
be offered under the requirement
of an average of 20 persons per
class.
Any person having a high
school diploma or equivalency
certificate may apply for ad-
mission.
Eight-week courses on the Pa-
cific Silde, from August 19 to Oc-
tober 11, are being offered in Ele-
mentary Spanish, Written Com-
munication, Basic Mathematic,
Second Year Spanish, Physical
Geology, Introduction to-Philoso-
phy, United States History, 1865.
Present, Risk and Insurance,
Spanish Literature, Develdping
School Programs, Geography ,of
South, America, and Survey of
Comparative Psychology.
Eight-week courses on the At-
lantic Side, for the same period,
are offered in Western. Civiliza-
tion, Second Year Spanish, Study
of Politics, and Spanish Litera-
'ture.
The Pacific Side schedule also
includes one 14-week course in
Calculus I and 16-week courses
in Introduction to Governmental
Administration, and Economic
Functions of the State.
On the Atlantic Side a 16-week.
courses is offered in Written Comn-
munication.
The student must pay tuition
and fees in full at time of re-
gistration. Army, Navy, and Air
Force personnel must present the
first copy of approved Tuition
Assistance form at the time of
registration.


OUR WEEK'S VISITOR
JULY 15-21; 1963
Miraflores Locks ...,. 2,134
Gatun Locks ......... 231
Las Cruces,
8 trips ............. 1,127
Reina Manuelita,
4 trips .............. 40
Passenger Ships, 2 ... 2,845
Other Tours .......... 208
GRAND TOTAL ...... 6,585


Postal Renovation

Includes New Boxes
The remodeling and renovation
of the Cristobal Post Office, now
in progress, will, include installa-
tion of some new lock boxes, the
relocation of others and the eli-
mination of some of those in the
present office.
Postal officials say most box-
holders will retain their present
box numbers, but it will be ne-
cessary to assign new box num-
bers to some patrons. All those
who will receive new box num-
bers will be notified as soon as
possible and provided with
Change of Address cards to use
in notifying correspondents and-
publishers of the new box num-
ber.


SPILL WAY
The PANAMACANALaPIWAY
is an official publication' of fli
Panama Canal, Balboa Heights,
C. 1. News articles contained in it
are made available to all interest-
ed news media for vOatever use
they may wish to make ot them
and may be reprinted without of-
ficial clearance.
The PANAMA CANAL' SI.LLWAY
Is: printed' weekly at the Star and
Herald 'Publishing : Co., Panama,
Republic .i Panama.
GOVERNO.OF, THE CANAL ZONE
Robert 7. 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.
nOoh- of the week' of publcation.
Urgent material can be received
and processed for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mail material
to PANAMA CANAl SPILLWAY,
Box M3. Baboa Heights. C. ..


SPILLWAY


July 26, 1963


Page TWO







.iulv 16. 1v63 S~'ILLWAY 'Pag ThREe
---5


Luck Lacking


For Fishermen,


On Tourney

Strikes were few and far be-
tween on the second trip of the
Panama Canal launch Corbina
in the 11th Annual Marlin and
Sailfish Tournament, now in pro-
gress.
No sailfish or marlin were
caught on the trip and there
were only five strikes .in the
two major categories. A few dol-
phin, wahoo, and corbina were
hooked however.
Those who made in the trip
were Marion Taake (Marine),
Calvin Landrum (T & T), Jack
McNatt (E & C), Burt Mead
(Administrative), Bruce Lan,
caster (Supply and Community
Service), Al Carr (Health-), and
Joe Wood (Special Services Of-
fice).
The disappointed anglers fol-
lowed the same course as the
luckier fishermen on the first
trip. The first night was spent
at Cocas Point, to Pinas Bay
for the second night, back to
Cocas Point for the third night,
and back to Diablo at 4:30 p.m.
on Tuesday afternoon. The
group left early last Saturday
morning. ,
The group saw 11 boats at
Pinas Bay and one of them had
a marlin on the line for at least
an; hour and a half, when the
Corbina left thp bay. There was
a little rain but it didn't
hamper the men any more
than the unhungry fish. Many
comments were head on the
fine quality of the wellprepar-
ed food.
The largest sailfish and
the only one reported so far to
tournament officials is a 116
pound sail caught by Taylor
Spurlock, of the Transportation
and Term' nals Division, on the
first Corbina trip.


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BASKETBALL PLAYS a major role in the sum-
mer recreation programs for U.S. school children
on the Isthmuss Games and practical experience,.
such as the action in Diablo 0t the left, give the
boys exercise and teach them fair play and
sportsmanlike conduct on the court; Before they
begin play, however, they must undergo fuanda-
mental training under the watchful eye of men
of experience. In the picture above, Jaime Ro-
driguez is shown getting a few tips on the finer
points of ball handling from Morris Finklestein,
coach of the Canal Zone College Green Devils
basketball team and a summer instructor at the
Ancon gymnasium.


Skin, SCUBA
A new course in Skin and
SCUBA Diving for adult men: and
women will start Tuesday, July
30, in the YMCA swimming Pool.
Classes will be Tuesdays an&d
Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. This
source will be taught by "Chico"
de la Lastra, a certified YMCA
SCUBA Instructor. Mr. de la Las-
tra has had considerable ex-
perience in this field'and is highly
qualified to instruct in all phases.
All needed equipment for the
course will be provided and all
applicantsare required to com-'
plete the application and medic-
al fotm. The fee for the 25-


Instruction Offered At YM


hour course is ,$25, payable upon
registration.
Applicants who complete the
25 hours satisfactorily will be


Paraiso Group

The Sparkling Preps Club of
Paraiso will hold a commemo-
rative dinner at 6 p.m., August
3, in the Paraiso Gymnasium to
mark the first anniversary of
independence of Jamaica and
Trinidad-Tobago.
Ellis L. Fawcett, Supervisor of
Instruciton, L a t i n American


awarded a nationally recognized
YMCA SCUBA Diver, certifica-
tion, and will be registered as
certified YMCA Divers.


Plans Dinner

Schools, will be guest speaker
at the meeting, which will honor
Charles L. Barton, Paraiso High
School teacher.
For information concerning
tickets for the event, call Karl
L. Evelyn at 6-337, or contact
any member of the club.


CYRCA League Now



In Second Half


The second half of the CYRCA
basketball league opened recent-
ly, showing an abundance of
balance among the teams. This
is indicated by the fact that five
of the first ten games have been
won by three points or less.
Gordon's Gin, piloted by, Tohn
Riley, holds a slim lead through
Wednesday's action. In their first
game of the new half, the Gin-
ners managed to pull, out a 74-
,73 win over Ron Cortes, who
blew an 11-point lead going into
the fourth quarter. Jack Corrigan
paced the 'winners with 22, while
Mike LeBrun finally found his
form and notched 26' points in a
losing causee for Ron Cortes. ,/
Then Gordon's Gin rolled over
Peugot 76-57 on the strength of
Archie Carroll, Dick Gayer, Bill
Young and John Cronan all scor-
ing in double figures. The .Gin-
ners set a new free throw per-
centage mark of .782 in one game
by a team. The yellow-clad five
then rolled to win number three,
48-45 over Four Roses, in the
,lowest'scoring game of the year.
Cronan's 15 led the Ginners. Wal-
ly TrIil bad 12 for the losers.
Seagram's upset the apple cart
with an; 8,-58 troucing as Charlie
Newburyls shooting buried: the
Ginne~s' "Gayer had 22 in the
losing effort.
White Horse, with a mediocre
first half record of 5-5, holds se-
cond place as, a result of. a 75-
66. win over first half champs
Seagrams and a ,65-63 triumph
over Ron Cortes. The Horsemen
were stopped' by Pe'igot 404 by
-one point, 58-57. Al Osborne has
done most of the scoring, with
60 points in the first two games.
'Larry Horine has picked up in
scoring with 39 points- in White
Horse's three games. The Kour-
ary Brothers,.,Edgar, antd Oscar,
are slowly rediscovering shooting
eyes but are setting up plays
weIl.


Peugot has. garnered wins over
. Four Roses and' White Horse but
lost to Gordon's Gin and Ron
Cortes, putting them in third
place, only one game behind Gor-
don's Gin. Dale Stevens' 82 points
in four games, including a 29-
point outburst in 404's one point
win over White Horse gives him
the second best points-per-game
average in the league. Osborne's
23 ppg average is tops.
Seagrams, Four Roses, and
Ron Cortes all have identiCal' 1-2
records. Seagrams defeated Gor-
don's Gin, but lost to- White
Horse and Four Roses. The Rose-
men stopped Seagram's, but mret
defeat at the hands of Gordon's
Gin and Peugot. Ron Cortes,,
"Round Robin'' Tournament
Champions, defeated Peugot, but
lost to White Horse by two points '
and then to Gordpon's Gin by,
one point.

NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
Monday:
Gordon's Gin vs. White Horse,
7:15 p.m.
Tuesday:
Seagram's VO vs. Peugot 404,
6:30 p.m.
Ron Cortes vs. Four Roses,
8:00 p.m.
Wednesday:
Ron Cortes vs. Gordon's Gin,
7:15p.m.
Thusdqy: '
White 'Horse vs. Seagram's VO,
6:30 p.m., !
Peugot 404 vs. Four Roses,
8:00 p.m.

CYRCA LEAGUE STANDINGS
as of 7-16-63
Team W L GB
Gordon's Gin 3 1 -
White'Horse 2 1 '%
Peugot404 2 2 1
geaginams V.O. 1 2 1%
Fotir Roses 1 2' 1%
Rop Cortes 1 2 1%


Crossword For 'The Birds'


I
Solution on page 4

ACROSS
14 House (Sp.)
S. The __ ;naw IT-
suspense thriller
10. Sports group
14. Touch-end to endt
15. A West African Banua
16. Seaweed
1;. Versifier
18. Priscilla, and John
19. European river
20. Pleshette is seen
as Annie Hayworth
22. Traders
24. Symbol for cerium
25. The townsmen-
not take the threat
seriously
26. Tendfa furnace
29. The onslaught fills the
Brenners with
S3. It fs filled with
swooping birds
34. The girls are frightened
to see a gull -
dead.at their door
$5. Whirl
87. Amazon estuary
38. The birds' attack
threatens to the
children's party
40. Located
4,1. english prelate and
author


42. High, ards
43. Alfred. .- &the
director
49 Any spltpula
52. A bird attack
take*theIltfeof a farmer
5S. Steal
56. Assam silkworm
58.. Negative repIr
" 59. Mountain (abbr.)
60. Overhanagng roof edge
61. Scatter lightly
63. Jeasica Tandy is seen as
Mrs.----
65. Raga: i
66. Dispatching


DOWN
1. Tams.
S. ben Adheom
X. Strategic canal,
4. The birds__ the.
children at school
S. A&legume
6. Unemployed
7. Mitch realisee e;cannot
his home of
danger
a. Stained,
9. Rational t
10. Rod stars as
MitchBrennor
U1. Otherwise
12. Dyer's vat


13. A planet.
21. Born '
23. Find thesum
26. Sauce (dial. var.)
27. Uedren Is seen
as Melanie Daniels I
28. A constellate o r ;
o.; Puffup u
s8. Bueno---
result of the birds' attack
s6. Near (poetice)
37. Thebhrd__. the
farmer to death
39. lEricson
40. American rndians
44. One adjusting pianos


'45. Th* father f
the schoodyws.,d
4.' Hawallan Islands
4.7; Hair otnamenta
.4i BIzarre '
'49. An obl.lgtIo
S O. Sopq

S3. Hindu queea
54. Baklin chamber
ss. Greatmass of es
57. Siamese coin
60. There It pathos at the
N of the abn
62. Note in the scale
64. Printe*'*ineasure


EDITOR'S NOTE:'-."The Birds," the Alfred Hitchcock thriller based on th- "story by iLapium a
Maurier, will play iat the Balboa Theater July 27-36 and at Coco Solo-Theater August 3S1.


Construction Area

Poor Place To Play
Construction work has start-
ed on Morgan Avenue and
Morgan Place on houses being
built for-local military forces,
it was announced this week.
Officials in charge of the,
project caution, children that
they should stay away from
the work sites because of the
danger of injury. They also
urged parents to warn their
children of the danger and not
permit them to play in the
area either during or after
working hours.


6 F I L L W A Y


Juiv 26. 1V63


'Page THREE







fag* ~IVR


SPILLWAY'


July 26, T963


WILLIAM (Bill) BLACK, Main-
tenance Superintendent, Pacific
Locks, is retiring from the Pan-
ama Canal organization t h i s
month after 35 years, 7 months,
10 day's service. His last work
day is Friday, July 26, and he
and his wife are planning to
leave the Isthmus August 14 on
board the SS Cristobal. Once in
the States, they will head for
California, where they may make
their home in the San Frandisco
or Santa Rosa area. -
A number of farewell parties
are being given in their honor
and a party sponsored by the Pa-
cific Locks Employees Associa-
tion will be held Saturday, August
10, at the Fort Amador Officers
Open Mess. /
Mr. Black, who 'was born in
Lonsdale, Rhode Island, attended
the night electrical course at
Brown University, Pdovidence, R.
I., and.worked for electrical con-
tractors before coming to the


Isthmus. -
He began his Panama Canal
service as a wireman, and then
was operator, control house oper-
ator and lockmaster. On Jan-
uary 9, 1949 he was promoted
to assistant supervisor, Locks
Division and in January 1950 was
supervisor electrician in the
Locks Division. In 1953' he was
promoted to the position of -Main-
tenance Superintendent which he
*held at retirement.
Mr. Black is a member of the
Masonic Order in the States and
of the Shrine here,
Tickets for the retirement party
are available from T. A. Marti,
President of the Pacific Looks
Employees Association, 2-1294;
Harry 'Whitney, 2-4378; Marion
Woodruff, 2-2491; and George
Booth.
,Black's co-workers also will
honor him at a ceremony at the
new 'Miraflores Theater at 10
a.m. on July 29.


Bouches May Settle Here


ADRIEN M. BOUCHE, who re-
tired from Panama Canal service
in July 1960 and sailed for the
United States and a home in Vir-
ginia, returned to Panama over
the Inter-American Highway and
says he's giving some thought to
coming back to the Isthmus to
reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Bouche made the
trip from Laredo, Texas, to Pan-
ama in 9 days. Of the Inter-
American Highway, he says he
wanted to see it "before the road-


ways got filled with hamburger
stands."
Harking to reports by Inter-
American Highway travellers,
Mr. Bouche prepared by purchas-
ing a special car, an Interna-,
tional Harvester four-wheel drive,
and he loaded -it with equipment
to meet any emergency that
might arise. He reports he never
used the equipment, and the only-
difficulty encountered was' in
difficulty encountered was in Cos-
ta Rica where motorists are given


LW eeLJiIh~!v NvdiuhtiEmeesI


PROGRAM?
BALBOA: July 30, "For. The
First Time"; July 31, "Morgan
the Pirate"; Aug. 1, "Alias Jesse
James"; Aug. 6, "Mysterious Is-
land"; Aug. 7, "Torpedo Run";
Aug. 8, "Swiss Family Robin-
son"; Aug. 13, "Tarzan's Savage
lury"; Aug. 14, "John Paul
Jones"; Aug. 15, Darby O'Gill
and the Little People"; Aug. 20,
"The Mouse That Roared"; Aug.
21, "The Secret of Monte Cristo";
Aug. 22, "No Time For Ser-
geants". -
COCO SOLO: July 30, "Myster-
ious Island"; July 31, "Torpedo
Run"; Aug. 1, "Swiss Family Ro-
b'inson"; Aug. 6, "Morgan the
Pirate"; Aug. 7; "Alias Jesse
James"; Aug. 8, "For The First
time"; Aug. 13, ""The Mouse
That Roared"; Aug. 14, "The Se-
tret of Monte Cristo"; Aug. 15,
.'No Time For Sergeants".
MARGARITA: July 30, "Swiss
Family Robinson"; July 31,
"Mysterious 'Island"; Aug. 1,
"Torpedo Run"; Aug. 6, "For
The First Time"; Aug. 7, "Mor-
gan the Pirate"; Aug. 8, "Alias
Jesse James"; Aug. 13, "No-.
Time For Sergeants"; Aug. 14,
"The Mouse That Roared"; Aug.
15, "The Secret of Monte Cristo."
GAMBOA: July 29, "Morgan
the Pirate"; Aug.: 5,. "Torpedo
Run"; Aug. 12, "John Paul
Jones"; Aug.'19, "The Secret of
Monte Cristo".

SHOWS
FOR THE FIRST TIME: Ma-
rio Lanza-Zsa Zsa Gabor' Ro-
mantic musical about a tempe-
ramental singing star. In Scope
and Color: '03 mins. ,
MORGAN THE PIRATE: Steve
Reeves-Valerie Lagrange: The
Robin Hood of the bounding main
whose courage carved a path of
glory acrqsp, the world, and back.
In color. 100, mns.
ALIAS JESSEJ :AMESS: B6ob,
Hope-Rhonda Fleming !The wil-
dest-wackiest comedy of the old
West... 'Where Bob has hope
and badmen are killers. In Scope
and color. 98 mins.
MYSTERIOUS ISLAND: Mich-
ael Craig-Joan Greenwood: Amaz-
ing .. astounding... a world
beyond imagination.. 'adventure
beyond belief. In color. 105' mins.
TORPEDO RUN: Glenn Ford-
Ernest Borgnine: An amazing.


authentic submarine picture, In
Scope and color. 105 mins.
SWISS FAMlILY ROBINSON:
John" Mills-Dorothy McGuire: A
pleasant tale about a family's
life on deserted island in the
British West Indies. In color;
130 mins.
TARZAN'S SAVAGE FURY:
Lex Barker: Tarzan on safari
with Chitta. 95 mins.
JOHN PAUL JONESz Robert
Stack-Maria Pavan: The adven-
ture that stands above all! So
big, all the seas of the world are
its stage. In color. 132 mins.
DARBY O'GILL AND THE
LITTLE PEOPLE: Walt Disney
spins- motion picture magic, with
this delightfully different tale of
love, laughter and leprechauns..
In color. 100 mins.
THE MOUSE THAT ROARED:
-Peter Sellers-Jean Seberg: The
amazing story of the mouse that
devoured the lion .. It's de-
liciously daffy and frightfully
funny. 105 mins.
THE SECRET OF MONTE
CRISTO: Rory Calhoun- Patricia
Bredin: He followed a mystery
map to terror and treasure. In
Scope and color. 105 mins.
NO TIME FOR SERGEANT:
Andy Griffith-Myron McCormick:
,A fumbling rookie sets the Army
on its car in a laugh-filled farce.
117 mins.


.DRAMA COURSES
In honor of the 400th aniver-
safy of the birth of Shakespeare,
the Canal Zone College plans a
year-long emphasis, on Shakes-
pearlan drama. Persons interest-
ed in the various drama courses
and workshops may call 2-2380 or
2-4590 for fall late afternoon and
evening schedule.


AS BI__DEAIL_ G
OGET A DE A E R








SE E N MT AV E
BESTRE WM BREN NER
TATTERS SENDING


to coming around sharp curves
on the wrong side of the road.
Mr. and Mrs. Bouche travelled
at about 45 miles per hour, and
.had the trip well-planned ahead
so that they arrived at the day's
stopping: point before 'dark. The
only exception made to this rule
was when they arrived at San
Cristobal, Guatemala and decid-
ed to go on to Guatemala City
for the night. In Guatemala, too,
,the. found the highest tourist tax
'charged visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Bouchle are liv-
ing in the home of their son,
Adrian M. Bouche, Jr., while the
latter is in the States on Vaca-
tion. .
Adrien M, Bouche, Sr.,: retired
from Panama Canal service as
control house operator with 44
years, 3 months and 23 days to
his credit. He holds the Roose-
velt Medal and was only 11 years
old when, in 1909, he had a sum-
mer job running errands in the
Gatun office of Major William L.
Sibert, Chief of the Atlantic Div-
ision. When he came to the
Canal Zone, Gatun Locks were
not much more than gaping holes
in the ground, and steamshovels
were working to set new records
in what is now Gaillard Cut.
Except for short breaks in ser-
vice, he was a regular Canal
employee since 1912. During
school vacations he held jobs as
messenger and then went to
work as a wireman with the
Electrical Davision. He.worked
with the Electrical Division and
Locks Division and in 1923 went
permanently on the Lock Division
rolls. He held jobs as wireman,
locking locomotive operator, and
junior and senior control house
operator..
Mr. Bouche is a fount of, in-
formation on the history of the
Canal, and on local plants and
minerals. His botanical hunts
took him over most of the Isth-
mus and into the jungles of many
parts of Central and South Amer-
ica.


Engineer Writes

Magazine Article

On Canal Prbjecr

An illustrated article on the
Rio Camacho and Rio Grande
spillways into the Panama Canal,
written by Charles' McG.' Brandl,
appears in the: July-August is,
sue of the Military engineer.
Details of construction of the
spillways and stilling basing are
sketched by the Canal Widening
during heavy rains, entry of the
floods into the Canal channel in
Gaillard Cut would be a "wild,
tumultous and disturbing ca-
taract," the article states.
The spillways also..protect the
Canal banks against erosion and
reduce silt deposits in the chan-
nel. The article is the 10th by
Mr. Brandl on Canal Zone sub-
jects to have appeared in the
Military Engineer.


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Coming


Events
July 17-31-Panamanian artist,
Jose Wong Lee, is exhi-
Sbiting a group of water
colors at the Panamanian-
North American Institute.
July 18-Aug. 9-F our we 11-;
known local artists, Bea-
trix Bricefio, Antonio Al-
varado, Mario Calvit, and
-Ivan Zachrisson, will ex-
hibit their latest works at
the Instituto Panamefio
de Arte. The exhibition
will start at 8 p.m. at the
Casa del Magisterio Pa-
namefio Unido (Teachers
Guild) in Urbanizacion
Obarrio (right turn after
Minimax on Via Esnafia).
July 23, 26, 27-Famous Fol-
klore Ballet "Moisseiev"
S fiom. Russia at the Rio
Theatre with more than
123 participants. Details
are' to be published in
local newspapers.
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.

July 26- Institute of Art will
present the famous
quintet from the Superior
School of Music of Ber-
lin.
July 28-Fiesta 'of San Cristo-
bal in Chepo.
July 29-Panama Chamber of
Commerce will h ol d a
banquet at the Panama
Hilton Hotel in honor of
'President : Roberto F.
Chiari.

August 5-7-Celebration of the
First Centennial of the
Bugaba Foundation, Chi-
riqui Province.
August 6-11-An industrial ex-
position will be sponsored
by the Embassy of Israel
at the Chamber of Conm-
merce.


Reading



Program

-

Ending

The summer reading program,
"Take a Reading Trip on the
Panama Canal," for grade school
children at the Canal Zone Main
Library will close tomorrow (Sa-
turday, July 27) and will be fol-
lowed by a special treat, a real
trip on the Canal on board the
Panama Canal launch Las Cru-
ces on Wednesday, July 31.
The Library's third annual va-
cation reading program opened
last June 17 and, to carry out the
theme, each child charted his
reading progress with a small
token paper sailboat on a large-
scale map of the Panama Canal
in the Children's Room.
The children who participated
in the reading program may turn
in their record booklets now or
through Monday, July 29, at the
. Main Library.
Those who are to take the trip on
Wednesday, July 31, should be at
the Civil Affairs Building not later
than 8:30 a.m. Canal Zone guides
will accompany the children and
will be assisted by adults as cha-
perones through arrangement by
the Pacific Civic Council.
From the Civil Affairs Build-
ing, the children will travel by
buses to Summit Gardens. After
a visit there, they will travel by
bus to Gamboa where they will
board the Las Cruces for a part-
ial Canal transit to Pedro Mi-
guel. Buses will be waiting for
the children when they debark
and will return them to the Civil
Affairs Building between 11:30
a.m. and noon.


SCN-TV

SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

1:00--Parade of Sports
3:30 Chaple of The Air
4:00 Sunday Sports
Spectacular
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30 Communism-Myth
versus Reality
7:00 Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
Review
9:00 What's My Line
9:30 Steve Allen Show
10:45 Air Force News
Review
11:05 Enc: lack Paar
11:05 Enc: Dinah Shore


NMO- DAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 Mr. Wizard
5:30 Tenn. Ernie Ford
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 -
"Question 7"
10:45 Navy Screen
Highlights
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan


TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 fChristophers
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00 Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore Show
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Armchair Theater *
"Skybound"
10:00 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 American Musical
STheater
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Around and About
7:15-Newsreel
7:30 Flight
8:00-Perry Coma
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Wire Service
10:60 Tonight
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc; Garry Moore

THURSDAY
4:50--Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 Planet Earth
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 Willy
10:30 Glenn Miller Time
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 Buccaneers
5:30 Harvest
6:00- -Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Collece Bowl
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
Feaster
8:00 Dean Martin Show
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Price Is Right '
9:30 Candid Camera ..
.10:00 Bob Newhart hodw
10:30 Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Tonight

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo '
2:45 Saturday Matinee1 -
Question 7"'
4:30 Exploringh
5:30 Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
7:00 Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN News
9:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00 Fight of the'Week
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Steve Allen















VOL. 11 No. 6


VIERNES 26, JULIO 1963


CONMEMORAN DIA DE LA

INDEPENDENCIA DE JAMAICA


El "Sparkling Preps Club", de
Paraiso, celebrarA con un ban-
quete el 3 de agotso a las seis
de la tarde, en-el Gimnasio de
esa localidad, el Primer Aniver-
sario de la Independencia de Ja-
maica y de Trinidad-Tobago.
Ellis L. Fawcett, Superinten-

"En ioda actividad guber-
namental necesitamos apro-
vechar a cabalidad los conoci-
mientos y habilidades del fun-
cionario, sin discriminar res-
pecto de su raza, credo, sexo
o impedimentos individuals.
"Con este fin -y para ase-
gurar a cada uno igualdad de
oportunidades en el servicio
Federal- tenemos normas fi-
jas para guia delos directo-
res. Pero estas de por si no
son suficiente.
"Su actitud hacia sus com-
pafieros de trabajo es de la
mayor importancia para man-
tener al servicio Federal libre
de toda discriminaci6n. Proce-
damos a arrojar a un lado
los estrechos r6tulos que pu-
diesen separarnos y usemos
U2nicamente la marca enorgu-
Ilecedora de-Americanos".
JOHN F. KENNEDY,
President de los
Estados Unidos.
Tornado de un afiche
de la series de Empleados
federales.


dente .de Ensefianza, de las Es-
cuelas Latino-Amreicanas, serA
el orador de fondo en la reunion,
que serA en honor a Charles L.
Barton, maestro de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso.
Para mayor informaci6n co-
municarse con Karl L. Evelyn al
telefono 6-337. o con algfin socio
del club citado arriba.



MEJORAS EN
EL CORREO
DE CRISTOBAL
Entire las mejoras que vienen
siendo hechas a la oficina de
correos de Crist6bal estA inclui-
da la instalaci6n de nuevas ca-
sillas postales, asi como la mu-
danza o eliminaci6n de otras.
Las autoridades postales ma-
nifiestan que la mayoria reten-
drA su mismo nfimero de casi-
lla postal, pero que otras perso-
nas posiblemente hallen que el
nimero de su apartado tendrh
que ser cambiado. Los afccta-
dos recibiran en su oportunidad,
la informaci6n official del caso;
igualmente se les facilitara tar-
jetas para que puedan notificar
el cambio de sefias a quienes
, corresponda.


77
LA GRAFICA CAPTA una de las escenas mAs divertidas de la opereta "Sud Pacifico" que estrena
esta noche a las ocho en el Teatro de Anc6n, con un elenco que garantiza un rotundo 6xito que se
prolongarS por 2 semanas hasta el 10 de agosto.


Estrena Esta No che

"South Pacific"
El Theatre Guild present desde esta noche
en el teatro de Anc6n la celebrada opereta "Sud-
Pacifico" que tanto 4xito de taquilla obtuviese
en Broadway. El estreno esta fijado. para las
ocho de la noche. La obra continuarA presentnri-
dose hasta el 10 de agosto, exceptuando los do-
mingos.U
La conocida artist local, Dolores Leacock,
tiene el importantisimo papel de "Bloody Mary"
en esta obra, en la que actuarin destacados ac-
ftores y cantantes norteamericanos radicados en
el Istmo, entire ellos Jaynet Lindsey, Bob
Schultz, Leila Davis, Fred Kunkle, Carol. Kim-
sey, Bob Eagan y Bill Osborne.
Las entradas pueden obtenerse en la misma
boleteria del pequefio teatro de Anc6n, situado
detras de la lavanderia.



LA FAMOSA PIANIST de Jazz Dolores Lea-
cock de Panama, quien hace el papel de "Bloody
Mary", aparece durante los ensayos de "Sud
Pacifico" en una escena con Carol Kimsey (en
el roy de Liat) y Bill Osborne en el del Teniente
Cable.


EL MAS ROTLINDO EXITO HA ACOMPAiADO LAS PRESENTACIONES DEL FA-
MOSO BALLET RUSO DE MOISSEYEV QUE DESPUES 'DE SUS TRIUNFOS EN LA
METROPOLITAN OPERA Y EL MADISON SQUARE 'GARDEN DE NUEVA YORK
REALIZE UNA JIRA TRIUNFAL POR AMERICA LATINA. LOS 100 BAILARINES Y
30 MUSICOS DE LA ORQUESTA PRESENTARAN LOS FASTUOSOS CUADROS-FOL-
KLORICOS Y ANIMADOS BAILES REGIONALES DE RUSIA MANANA SABADO EN
LA NOCHE A LAS OCHO EN EL ESTADIO OLIMPICO DE PANAMA, A PRECIOUS PO-
PULARES. PARA FACILIDAD Y COMODIDAD DEL PUBLIC DE LA ZONA DEL CA-
NAL, LAS AUTORIDADES ZONEITAS HAN AUTORIZADO LA COLOCACION DE
UNA BOLETERIA FRENTE AL TEATRO DE BALBOA QUE FUNCIONARIA HASTA
MEEIODIA DEL SABADO.


BANCO AMBULANTE


DE SANGRE ORGANIZE


GRUPO DE JUBILADOS

Un singular "Banco Deambulante de Sangre" empe-
zarA a operar al concertarse planes que esta consideran-
do. la Asociaci6n de Empleados Jubilados de la Zona del
Canal, estos. planes contemplan un sistema de contacto
para emergencia' con donantes disponibles, idea que fue
avanzada durante reciente reuni6n de la Asociaci6n cele-
brada en la escuela de Rainbow City.
Personas entire los 18 y 60 afios estAn siendo exami-
nadas para determinar su tipo de sangre como media
preliminary para solicitar su cooperaci6n, llegado el mo-
mento.
JUn archivo de donantes estaria disponible en las ofi-
cinas del Local del Gremio 900, en Crist6bal, donde tiene
.su despacho la Asociaci6n de Jubilados, encabezada por
George Samuels.
El sistema haria innecesario almacenar la sangre en
un banco, ya que asi se correria el riesgo de que quedase
sin usarse los 21 dias en que qs utilizable.
Se esta realizando una campafia en la cual medicos
y 'tcnicos de laboratorio explican al piblico todo lo con-
cerniente a la donaci6n de sangre, lo cual no represen-
ta peligro ni afecta el organismo.
El plan fue idea de Constantine Parkinson, suplente
concejal de Col6n y jubilado del Canal de Panama. Los
doctors Juvenal VAsquez, Clifford Bynoe, Maximo Ca-
rrizo y los tecnicos en laboratorio sefiores Victor E. Char-
les y F. S. Dumoneau, cooperan en esta campafia.
El Comit6 esta integrado por St. Clement Parris, Se-
cretario de la Asociaci6n de Jubilados de la Zona del Ca-
nal; W. E. Barrows, Presidente del Concejo Civico de
Rainbow City; S. G. Mauge, Presidente del Gremio Locab
900 (AFL-CIO); Roland Dean, tambi6n del mismo Gr'-
mio; Hector Connor, Concejal de Col6n y George Roland-`
Superintendente de Apuntadores de Tiempo de las esclu-
sas del atlAntico.


El Canal de Pananma




PILLWAY







flglna UOS SPILL WAY JuNo 26 do 1963


Guiadela Zonadel Canal Jubilado Por


El Canal


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


De Panama


Vuelve Ahora


Con Deseos de Quedarse


Un jubilado del Canal de Pana-
mAs que volvi6 a los Estados Uni-
dos en julio de 1960, regres6 al
istmo por la carretera inter-ame-
ricana y ahora arde en deseos de
radicarse de nuevo aqui. Se tra-
ta del senior Adrien M. Bouche
quien, acompafiado de su sefiora
esposa, hizo la travesia desde La-
redo, Texas a Panami en solo 9
dias, manejando tin carro de trac-
ci6n y propulsion manufacturado.
por la International Harvester.


HOLDA A.
SANCHEZ S.,
ingres6 al servi-
edo de Guias de la
Zona del Canal el
13 de agostoede 1962.
-Antes. habia trabajado
,en la refinerla A g u i I a
Dorada (Golden Eagle)
como Secretaria. Holda na-
e16 en la ciudad de Panama,
pero por 18 afios residi6 en
Col6 n, donde asisti6 a la
Academia St., Mary's donde
hiso .sus primeros studios
antes de pasar al Colegio
Lasell Jr., de Boston; per-
miA eci6 ahi por mAs de dos
afios. Interesada en relacio-
nes p6blicas y humans, ob-
fuvo un certificado de Dale
Carnegie. E miembro del
L--11 Newman Club, Club
*i bailes modernos y otras
organizaciones. Sus ratios de
ocio fos dedica a la lectura
y a escuchar buena m6sica.
Deportes favorites: nata-
ci6n.


"Quise conocer la via antes de
que estuviese cercada de estan.
quillos y fondas de hamburgue-
sas y letreros de gaseosas," dice
M. Bouche, quien realize el viaje
sin tropiezo alguno. La tinica in-
conveniencia la encontr6 en Costa
Rica donde los automedontes to-
man las curvas utilizando el lado
contrario de la via.
Los esposos Bouche viajaron a
una velocidad de como 45 mills


por hora, habiendo planeado su
viaje hasta el menor detalle, evi-
t&ndose pernoctaF en el camino.
Algo que hallaron que i es :mo-
lestoso es el impuesto conque
gravan a los turistas, especialmen-
te en Guatemala que es bastan-.
te elevado, dijeron.
. Bouche trabaj6 ,con la organia.-
cion durante mis de 44 aios, ha-
biendo llegado al Istmo en la gpo-
ca de la construcci6n del Canal.


El Teatro Universitario


Monta Pieza de Somerset


Maugham durante agosto


Con un elenco que integran
destacados artists de la esce,
na, el Teatro Universitario pre-
sentarb durante los dias 21, 22 y
23 de agosto venidero "La Es-
posa Congtante", pieza teatral
del dramaturge ingles Somerset
Maughan.
La obra sera montada en el
Teatro Sala 44 bajo los auspicios
del Institute Panamefio de Arte,
en cuyas oficinas podrin hacer-
se las reservaciones y adquisi-
I


ciQn de los boletos. El precio
por butaca sera de dos d6lares.
Dirige la pieza el afamado di-
rector panamefio Jose A. Diazy
actdan en ella Gladys Vidal, Al-
berto Arbes6, Isis Tejeira, Eduar-
do Frangias, Danielle Stransky,
Nair de la Guardia, Frank Par-
tridge y Julita Miguez.
El estreno ha quedado fijado
para el miercoles 21 de Agosto a
las ocho y treinta de la noche.


EXCLAMACIONES DE JUBILOSA admiraci6n fueron hechas por miembros del elenco del Ballet
Ruso Moisseyev al ver penetrar en las esclusas de Miraflores a un gigantezco paquebote. Los
bailarines y miembros de la orquesta fueron Ilevados en una jira que abarc6 las esclusas y un
cruce parcial del. Canal abordo de la lancha Las Cruces. El lente sorprendi6 a las rusas y rusos
en moments en que estaban en la tarima en Miraflores.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
SMiraflores .......... 2.134
Esclusas de Gatun ... 231
Las Cruces
..(8 viajes) .......... 1.127
Manuelita I
(4 viajes) .......... 40
Dos barcos de
pasajeros ............ 2.845
Otras jiras ..........208
GRAN TOTAL ....... 6.585


Ejerza cuidado Evite incendios


-Para evitar la posibilidad de
incendio, explosion o gases pon-
zofiosos los siguientes articulos
no deben secarse en secadoras
de ropa: prendas de vestir
mareadas "dry' away from
heat" (sdquese lejos del calor);
articulos recubiertos de cau-
cho; rellenos de hombreras u
otros articulos que contengan
caucho o derivados; trapos dA


vieren impregnados decera pa-
ra pisos o muebles o carrots o
de saca-lustres o de agents de
limpiezi, ,asi como ropa que
estuviesen recin limpiadas con
fluidos u otros agents simila-
res.
Tambi6n es prudent limpiat
los secadores cada vez que se
usen para que no queden adhe-
ridos hilachos en ninguna de
QC rtpQ,-


s y .. gyj_______ aseo 0 ia paoc e c m ai y ma._______

A gasajo de Despededa --- .-^ ,TnT xi
6 J ^.7 7 GtrIA PARA INSPECCION DE BIGIIOE'EAS!

Hardn a- Bzll Black


WILLIAM (Bill) BLACK, Super-
intendente de Mantenimiento, es-
clusas del pacifico, sera home-
najeado por sus subalternos en
ceremonia que tendrA verificati-
vo en el teatro de Miraflores el
luhes 29 de julio a las diez de la


CERRADO POR
INVENTARIO
El centro de servicios
, comunales de- Rainbow
City --secci6n de mer-
cancia- cerrari a las 7
de la noche del mi6rcoles
.31 de los corrientes, en
vez de a las 10, por moti-
vo de inventario.
El centro de servicios
comunales de Balboa ce-
rrari ese mismo dia a las
seis de la tarde y para
los mismos fines.


mariana. El senior Black se ju-
Sbila hoy, despues de 34 afios, 7
meses y 10 dias de servicio. Em-
pez6 a trabajar con el Canal de
Panamfi como cadenero, pasando
luego a operator y despues de
la caseta de control y al fin a
jefe de esclusas.
Native de Lonsdale, Rhode Is-
land, Bill Black estudi6 en la
Universidad de Brown, trabajan-
do para contratistas eltctricos
antes de venir al Istmo. Desde
1953 ocupa el elevado cargo que
ahora deja.
Los boletos para el agasajo
pueden obtenerse del Presidente
de la Asociaci6n de Empleados
de las Esclusas del Pacifico, se-
fior T. A. Marti )2-1294) o de los
sefiores Harry Whitney (2-4378);
Marion Woodruff (2-2491) o Geor-
ge Booth.
El senior Black partira para
Estados Unidos acompafiado de
su esposa, abordo del vapor Cris-
t6bal el dia 14 de agosto veni-
dero.


PUOOS o MANILLAS: Room-s
plcolas si eita'n gastodos. x
Ffjelos. ojustodamente, con
cement.

ASIENTO: Ada'pilo of cuer-
pe. Apriete bien todas las
tuercas.
RUEDAS: Elimine la osia-.-
clon. Aprieto debidamento ..
las tuercas y contratuercas
de'las ruedas y aceite los co-
linetes.


REFLECTOR TRASERO: La
luz quo refleja debe ser vi-
sible desde 100 metros.
FRENO CONTRA-PEDAL:
lFrena eo fbrma suave pero
firme? A menos que Vd. sea
un expert, higalo oiustar por
una persona entendida en Ia
moteria.
CADENA: Revise los esta ./
bones. Reemplace quellos PI
que esten daoNados o desgas- Io
tados, Asegure un ojuste sin do
holgura. L(mpiela y lubi-,. Io
quel, con el aeilte odeq.uado. li


EDALES: Lutrique y uste PALAHCA Y PLATO DEW-
s cojinotes y of je del pe- TADO: Mantengala limpio y
[t. Reemplacf lzs gomas do engrasado. Si estaiscilante
s pedales o los pedles me* hogalo ojustar pof im tniceb.
lic.os gastados.
(Bi'ycve Iilitaten of dmerka)


DISPOSITIVOS DE PREYEH-
OON: Este' seguro'de que e
fimbre o Ia corneta opera
correctomento.

SMANUBRIOs Aciptelo at
cuerpo. Alustelo y mantenga
el vo'stago bien adentro de la
horquilla.

,,--. iCOJINETES DE LA HOR-
QUILLA: Lubd'quelos fre-
cuentemente.
LUCES: Deben ser visible
desde 200 metros.

RAYOS: Reemp'ldce prontl-
moente los que esten rotos.

NEUMATICOS: Inflelos con
la presio'n de aire correct.
Quiteles los trocitos de me.
toa, vldrio a piedros que sa
hayan metido en los'dibujos
del caucho.


'-.VALVULA DEL HEUMATI.
CO: Inspeccionela frecuen.
temenle para verificar sl pier-
do.


let.


Fiona UOS


SPILLWAY


jurto 26 do 1963












TORNEO INTERNATIONAL DE ATLETISMO


EMPIEZA EL MARTES 30


El pr6ximo martes 30 de julio se celebrarA en el Estadio Olimpico
"Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena" de la ciudad de Panama, el torneo inter-
nacional de pista y campo entire atletas novatos de Panama y Puerto Rico.
Los puertorriquefios llegarin al Istmo, el lunes 29 en las primeras
horas de la pa'fiana.
Para el miercoles 31 del present tienen programado los atletas
puerto rriquefios un paseo por el Canal de Panama a bordo de la la.nchai,
turistica Las Cruces y una visit a las esclusas de Miraflores.
i El program preparado para el martes es el siguiente:
7:15 p.m. 1.500 metros plans
Salto largo
Lanzamiento de bala (16 libras)


7:30 p.m. 100 metros plans
8:00 p.m. 400 metros plans
Salto alto
Lanzamiento de jabalina
8:30 p.m. 800 metros plans
9:00 p.m. 200 metros plans
Salto triple
Lanzamiento del disco
9:10 p.m. Salto alto con garrocha


9:30 p.m.
10:00 p.m.


Relevo de 4 x 400 metros
Relevo de 4 x 100 metros.


4Paraiso se Impuso al



Institu o en Fitbol


El' onceno de 16 Escuela Se-
cun.daria de Paraiso, campe6n
intercolegia de futbqol de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, lQgr6 el domingo
por la mailana su primer triun-
fo en el intercambio deportivo
con oncenos de las escuelas de
Panamai, al imponerse al Depor-
tivo Estudiantes, del Instituto
Nacional, con anotaci6n de un
gol por cero.
El dnico tanto del partido fue
logrado por Eduardo de Gracia
en el segundo tiempo. El juego
se celebr6 en el Campoo de jue-
gos de Paraiso.
EL PEQUEFO PERO HABIL delantero Francisco King, del onceno representative del Primer dePraisodeportivcon-
Ciclo de Ia Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City, esquiva al defense Manudl Vence del Primer Ci- El ihtercambi deportivo con
:1o de la Escuela de Santa Cruz, durante el partido que Santa Cruz gan6 pr cinco goes a cero, tiuarA el domingo a las 9:30
para conquistar el campeonato menor del f6tbol intercolegial do las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de an.m. en Paraiso, cuando los
I campeones intercolegiales se en-
,a. Zona del Canal. frenten al Deportivo Chorrillo de


la Liga
mi.


Interbarrios de Pana.


PEDIAN RETORNO
DE LAS CADENAS
Releyendo viejos ejemplares
del Canal Record un lector s.
sorprendi6 al tropezar don un tit
tular de 1913 que decide: "PRON-
TO RETORNO DE LAS CADE-
NAS". No se trataba, como po.
dria sospecharse, de que se aba.
gase por la esclavitud; se trata:
ba de cadenas de car'ros. Tam-
poco significa ello que estuviese
nevando en el istmo y los ca-
rros requiriesen cadenas alre.
dedor de las ruedas. Se trataba,
simplemente, de carros de fe.
rrocarril.


M1ovido Program Se Ofreceen Coln LAGUNA QUIERE NOQUEAR EN EL
El program de boxeo aficio- I Arturo Innis.


nado del pr6ximo domingo por
ia noche en la Arena de Col6n,
'a sido dedicado por la Liga
Distritorial de Boxeo Aficionado
de Col6n al senior Alonso Fer-
nAndez D., ex-Viceministro de
Hacienda y Tesoro en PanamA.
La cartilla del domingo es la
siguiente:
Cecilio McKenvie
-vs-
Thomas Gordon
126 lbs.
Elpidio G6ndola
-VS-
-vs-
Daniel HernAndez
119 lbs.


-vs-
Toribio Cerda
136 lbs.
Victor Hoyt
-vs-
Jose Garcia
119 lbs.
Pedro' Borbda
-vs-
Antonio Amaya
126 lbs.
La 61tima pelea es la espera-
,da por todos, ya que el interna-
tional Amaya super a Borb6a
cuando se midieron por el dere-
cho de viajar a Sao Paulo, Bra-
sil, a los Juegos Panamerica-
nos.


TORNEO INTERCOLEGIAL


DE VOLIBOL INICIARAN
El campeovnato intercolegial de volibol de las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, sera inaugurado el
pr6ximo viernes 2 de agosto en el Gimnasio de Paraiso,
cuando se midan los conjuntos de Rainbow City y Paraiso
a las seis de la tarde.
El juego del viernes estara' a cargo de los equipos del
segudo ciclo.
El campeonato entire equipos del primer ciclo se inicia-
ra el miercoles 7 de agosto en Santa Cruz .con el, partido en-
tre Paraiso Santa Cruz, a las 7 de la noche.



Danzas y Deportes en


SesiOn Interescolar


MADISON SQUARE GARDEN AHORA


Despubs d e I resonant
triunfo alcanzado por el pe-
so pluma panamefio Ismael
Laguna sobre el norteame-
ricano Don Johnson, de Los
Angeles, California, por no-
caut t6cnico al terminar el
tercer asalto el domingo por
la noche en el Estadio Olim-
pico "Juan Dem6stenes Aro-
syemena", es muy probable
que el panamenio se pro-


senate en el Madison Square
Garden de Nueva York en
un combat con un rival no
designado todavia.
El apoderado de Laguna,
Isaac Kresch, parti6 en la
madrugada del martes 61ti-
mo rumbo a Nueva York,
para entrevistarse con el
promoter Dewey Fragetta y
el "matchmaker" Teddy
Brenner, 'del Garden, para


arreglar la presentaci6n de
Laguna en Nueva York en
un combat que seria tele.
visado a todos los Estados
Unidos.
En su triunfo del domin-
go, Laguna logr6 su vig6si-
me nocaut en 28 victorias.
Solamente tiene una derro-
ta en su record como profe-
sional.


Una delegaci6n deportiva y cul-
ural de la Escuea Secundaria de
Rainbow City, encabezada por el
professor de educaci6n fisica Yu-
da Morhaim, visit el viernes por
la noche la Escuela de Santa Cruz
en un intercambio deportivo-
cultural.
Veinte parejas del grupo folk-
varios niAmeros de bailes tipicos
various nimeros de bailes tiipicos
-inamehios, tales como tamborito,
to, zapateado, cumbia, etc.
'.A.s se celebr6 un partido


de baloncesto entire Santa Cruz y
Rainbow City, triunfando el pri-
mero por 46 a 38.
El conjunto folkl6rico de Rain.
bow City se presentari el viernes
2 de agosto en Paraiso y ese mis-
mo dia habrA un partido de ba-
loncesto entire Santa Cruz y Pa-
raiso.
El program deportivo-cultural
del 2 de agosto se eelebrar eon
motive del primer aniversario de
la independencia de Jamaica.


ESTE ES EL ONCENO de la Escuela de Santa Cruz, vencedor en la categoria menor de las com-
petencias intercolegiales de f6tbol de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal. De ii-
quierda a derecha, parados: Lorenzo Jones, Charles Cumberbatch, Rebnaldo Beckford, Manuel
Vence, Daniel Estable, Luis Garibaldi, Francisco Evelyn, Aam6n Castro (director), y Victor Mite
(Srbitro). Agachados: Guy Olton, Arturo Sealy, Froilan Martinez, Orlando Harris, John Small y
Rolando de Gracia. No aparecen en la fotografia Ricardo Everett y Marcos Labrador. El equl-
po de Santa Cruz marc6 18 goles y fue castigado con dos goles en los cuatro partidos realIdze.


EN EL ESTADIO


i


PAgina TRES


SPILLWAY


Julio 26 de 1963








Julin 26 dA 1963


S PI LLWA Y


Pfgina CUATRVW


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

Documental
Show del Mediodia
Cine en su Casa
Teleleatro ,
Carnaval de
Cartones
La Nueva
Generaci6n
litazo Royal
El Buen Pastor
Ciudad Desnuda
Un Paso al M6s
Ala6
Rodeo
Teleteatro

LUNES
Carnival de'
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportaies Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Dick Tracy
Noticias
Supermen
Supers6nicos
Ajedrez Fatal
Foro de Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:30
2:00
2:15
3:00
4:30
5:00
5:45
.6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
9:00
10:00
10:15


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


MIERCOLES


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:30
2:00
2:15
3:00
4:30
5:00
5:45
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:15



12:00
12:30
12:45
1:30
2:00
2:15
3:00
4:30
5:00
5:45
,6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:30
9:30
10:00
10:15


Carnival de
Cartones
Noticlas
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la MuJer
Fiesta de Estrellitan
Dibujos Animados
Noticias
Suggs Bunny
Blanquita Amaro
Surf Side 6
Robert Taylor
Nick Charles
Noticiqs
Teleteatro

JUEVES

Carnival de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnival de
Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Extrafo Mundo del
Pantano
Show Internacional
La Hora Once
Peter Gunn
Nolicias
Teleteatro
VIERNES


12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie S
1:30, Sussy
2:00: Avances
2:15 Reportajes M
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30. Carnaval de
SCartones
5:00 Mundo de ]a
5:45 Fiesta de Est
6:00 El, Cegato I
6:3 Noticias
7:0: I Hombre del
7:3p Picapiedras
S:0)P Boris Karloft
9:0 El FabrIcarilte
: ticias'I
9:3 Mantoidni
10:0f Noticias
10:15 Sola de Pro3
10:45 Teleteatro

SSABADO
12:0p. Carnaval. de
SCartones
12:33 Noticias
12:4,5 Cine Serie S
1:30' Teleteatro
3:00' Avances
3:15 Reportajes M
4:00 Sarao de Te
5:00 Mundo de la
5:45 Fiesta de Es
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Combate
8:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Sam Benedic
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro


emanal

undiales


a Muler
trellitas
Magoo
Rifle

de No-


yecci6n






emanal

undiales
eved6s
Muier
trellitas



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CANAL 4

DOMINGO
10:00 Todo por la Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 Sdlvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazabas del Espa.
cio.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5i30 Alegrias Infantiles.
6:00 Furia
6:30 Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Solo los Valientes
9:00 Encrucijada
10:00 Pelicula

LUNES
11:30 Alegrias lnsritiles
12:15 Los Bucaneros
I ,-Aib Notic'as
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Noveia" Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Coclna en T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30 literes Comricas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ley del Revolver.
7:00 Notict'as
7:30 Rin rin Tin
8:00 Kraft Musical
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00' Pecado Mortal
9:30 Ruia 66
10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Aleg..as inlantiles
12:15 Randall El
Justiciero
12:45 iovtcoas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas lardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Mujer
:..)U ,iieze. y. Comics
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Yog near
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estucio Pepsi
8:00 La Hora Continental
8:30 La Gloria Quedo
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Los Defensores
10:00 Programa Especial
10:30 Noticias
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias lnantiles
12:15 Diano do a Boy.do
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 Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30 'lieres y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla do Puerto
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
6:00 Comicos y Cancio--
nos.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atr&s
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Notecias

JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantles
12:15 Rev6lver a la
Orden
12:45 Noacias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semaanal
1:45 Buenas ardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Mujel
5:30 Titeres y Comicas
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 Iniantiles
12:15 La Legi6n
Extranjera
12:45 Noticas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal"
17:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Tres Cardsl de Mulet
5:30 Ti:eres y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Annie Oakley
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11;30 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 megrias rntantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00Q Tres Caras de Mujer
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Club Infanlil Televito
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Investigador .S u b-
marina
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9430 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


- GENE EN LA INOTICIA


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CLIFTON- RUSSELL, conductor de cami6n de
la Division, de Trainsporte' a Motor, bn Anco6n,
con 16 aoias al servicio del Canal de Panama,
ha resultado tbmbi6n favorecido por Iaa.nueva
escala de salaries que entr6 a regir en julio de
este afio. Russell, que ganaba $1.01 por hora,
tiene ahora un sueldo de $1.13.


ANTONIO FLORES, conductor al servicio de la
Division de Transporte a Motor, que tiene 5 arios
de estar trabajando con la organizaci6n del Ca.
nal de Panama, es otro de los muchos favoreci-
dos con Ia nueva escala de salaries, que entr6
en ofecto en el mes de julio de este arlo. Flores,
qve estaba ganando 87 centavos por hora, tiene
ahora un sueldo de 98 centavos por hora.


ABRAHAM TORRES, empleado de la Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales del Canal de PanamA.
con 17 anos de servicios en labores de recole4
ci6n de la basura, vi6 aumentado su sueldo de
67 a 80 centavos por hora, segtn la nueva es-
cala de salaries que entr6 en efecto desde este
mes de julio.


JOHN CNOLA Gmez Sicre Ofrece Charia

SE JUBILARA


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John C. Nolan, Coordinador
Regional de la Comisi6n Fede-
ral de Aviaci6n en la Zona del
Canal, se propane jubilarse el
12 "de agosto venidero, despu6s
de 38 afios de servicio p6blico,
seis de ellos en la Zona.
Entusiasta de la aviaci6n, la
practice como piloto privado,
siendo official de seguridad del
AMreo Club de Albrook.
Como jefe dei la Estaci6n, el
senor Nolan dirige todas las
actividades locales de la Comi-
si6n Federal de Aviaci6n, la
cual cuenta con un tren de 83
especialistas y tecnicos en el
control del trinsito abreo y en
el manejo de teletipos y otra
maquinaria especial. C o m o
Coordinador Regional, Nolan
represent a la FAA ante otros
organizaciones o entendidas re-
gionales del area a su cargo.
Los esposos Nolan, quienes
partirin abordo del Crist6bal
el 14 de agosto, seran objeto de
un agasajo en el Club de Ofi-
ciales de Albrook, el sibado 10
de agosto. La cuota para la
fiesta esti fijada en $5.00 que
pueden ser entregados a Ernie
Silva (Balboa 3716 o Curund6
4149).


Sobre Arte Moderno Latino


Amantes de las artes plisticas
y visuals tendrAn oportunidad
de escuchar la autorizada voz
de uno de los mAs caracterizados
apreciadores del arte latino-ame-
ricano, el Dr. Jose G6mez Sicre,
en Velada que se verificarA el
jueves, primero de agosto, en el
Institute Panamefio de Arte (edi-
ficio del Magisterio Panameino
Unido, urbanizaci6n Obarrio, Pa-
nama).
El Dr. G6mez' Sicre -quien
jefatura la Divisi6n de, Artes Vi-
suales de la Organizarc6n de Es-
tados Americanos (Washington,


D. C.)- y que, en esa capaci-
dad, tiene oportunidad de cono-
cer a primera mano las real*
zaciones latino-americanas en la
material, ilustrarA su platica coni
proyecciones de diapositivos a
colors, a fin de que la audien.
cia tenga mejor ocasi6n de juz-
gar trabajos de los mns conno-
tados artists 'continentales del
moment.
Tanto los artists cuanto el pi-
blico en general de Panama y
de la Zona del Canal quedan
cordialmente invitados a esta
charla cultural.


CALENIAIO lE EVENTS

J ULIO


26 El Theatre Guild present "South Pacific" en el teatro
de Anc6n a las 8 p.m. diarlamente hasta el 10 de agosto,
except el 28 de julio' y 5 de agosto.
26 Concierto de la Escuela Superior de Misica de Berlin.
Teatro Bella Vista, a las 8:30 p.m. .
26 al 31 Exposici6n de acuarelas de Jose Wong Lee en la Aso-
ciaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana, Ave. Perl.
27 Presentaci6n del Ballet Ruso Moisseyev en el Estadio
Olimpico de Panamai, a precious populares: $2; $1 y
0.50. Hora: 8 de ]a noche.


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29 -




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Aniversario de la Independencia del Perl (1821).
Fiesta de Sari Crist6bal en Chepo.
Banquete en honor del Presidente Chiari, ofrecido por
la Camara de Comercio en el Panama-Hilton.

AGOSTO
Aniversario de ]a Confederaci6n Helvetica (1921).
Charla sobre ARTE MODERNO en Latinoamerica por
el Dr. Jose G6mez Sicre. Con proyecciones de diapo-
sitivos. Institute Panamefio de Arte (urbanizacion Oba-
rrio, edificio del Magisteriod Panamefio Unido).


6 Dia de la Independencia de Bolivia.
6 11 Exposici6n industrial israeli en la Camara de Comercio
de Panama.
21-22-23 Pieza teatral "LA ESPOSA CONSTANTE", de So-
merset Maugham, montada por el Teatro Universitario
bajo los auspicios del Instituto Panameiio de Arte.
Butaca: $2.00. Para reservaciones discar (PanamAj
3-81-12. Estreno miercoles 21 a las 8:30 de la noche on
a Sala Teatro 44, PanamA.


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