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Title: Spillway
Physical Description: 1 v. : ill. ; 28-43 cm.
Language: Spanish
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Place of Publication: Balboa Heights C.Z
Publication Date: October 30, 1957
Copyright Date: 1957
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Language: Spanish and English.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 30, 1957 (experimental issue)-v.1 no.32 (Jan. 25, 1963).
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DRAWING BY FRANKLIN K. BEN
BALBOA HEIGHTS, CANAL ZONE, OCTOBER 30, 1957


Canal Bridge Project Gets Started As Design Contractor Arrives


NEW TIVOLI PATIO

READIED FOR USE


The transformation of the back yard of the
Tivoli Guest House into an attractive patio which
undoubtedly will become one of the most popular
rendezvous spots in the Canal Zone was being com-
pleted this week.
The picture above shows workmen at the height
of the construction work there last week. The con-
crete work, including flooring the new patio, was
done by Maintenance Division forces and was com-
pleted at the end of last week.
Because of work still in progress and the amount
of clean-up needed before the patio is ready for use
no announcement has been made on the date of the
formal opening. This is expected within another
few days.
The area is being decorated with profuse and at-
tractive plantings of both local (See page 7)


With the arrival in the Canal Zone Tuesday of
representatives of Sverdrup & Parcel, Inc., the
wheels began turning at a much faster pace on the
Canal bridge project. And, from now until the
scheduled completion date in the fiscal year 1962,
the areas around Sosa Hill and near the ferry land-
ing on the west side will be busy places.
The contract with the St. Louis, Mo. engineering
firm is scheduled to be approved by Governor W. E.
Potter next week at Balboa Heights. Lt. Col. R. D.
Brown, Engineering and Construction Director, will
be the Contracting Officer for the Canal Company.
The design work by Sverdrup & Parcel will be
done in two stages: first, the studies, layout plans,
drawings, and estimates. This first stage covers a
multitude of work. For example, the contracting
firm will submit designs, including architectural
sketches in color, of several different types of bridges
and approaches. With this data, the firm will also
supply comparative cost estimates for alternate pier
and superstructure designs. After selection of a
firm location, type of structure, etc., Sverdrup &
Parcel will then proceed with the preparation of the
detailed plans and specifications for the bridge and
appurtenant facilities and utilities.
Firm Designed Miraflores Bridge
The firm selected by the Board of Directors for
the design of the Balboa bridge is well known on
the Isthmus, having designed the swing-span bridge
over Miraflores Locks.
Because of the great amount of (See pare 2)

Let Us Know ...
This issue of THE SPILLWAY is published experimentally.
It combines the weekly announcements of the Commissaries
and Service Centers, messages of interest about the health
and safety of you and your family, and some brief items of
news. Tell the personnel of these units or members of the
Public Relations Staff if you like THE SPILLWAY and offer
any suggestions. It may be published weekly at a later date.
The weekly bulletins of the Commissaries and the motion
picture service will resume their regular form next week.








BALBOA GIFT SHOP
DOORS OPEN SOON


Long tiresome walks and patient searching of sev-
eral different sections of the commissary will soon
end at Balboa when the new Gift Shop is opened.
The front section of the Housewares Annex has
been remodeled into an attractive shop where mer-
chandise of the gift category will be centrally lo-
cated. The work on the new Gift Shop, which is
to be formally opened within the next few days,
was nearing completion as the picture above was
taken late last week.
The entrance to the Gift Shop is located immedi-
ately in front of the door to the Housewares Annex.
The entire area is separated from the main section
of the building by a lattice-work enclosure of pleas-
ing appearance. The center panel to the left of the
entrance has a permanent display window where
merchandise can be specially shown.
The Gift Shop is expected to prove popular with
customers. At present, merchandise suitable for
gifts have been sold in various sections. With the
opening of the new shop, articles suitable for anni-
versary, birthday, and Christmas gifts, as well as
those items customers occasionally want to buy for
their personal use, will be centrally located.
CANAL BRIDGE PROJECT GETS START
Continued from page I) public interest in
the proposed bridge, which will cost an estimated
$20,000,000, some tentative facts and statistics on
the proposed structure are given below:
The total length of the bridge and its approaches
will be about two miles.
Two long approaches will be required on the east
side, one from near The Limit in Panama City and
another spur to a point on Gaillard Highway near
the Balboa Heights railroad station.
The main span will be 2oi feet above mean high
water and will be I,ooo feet long. It will be joined
by 5oo-foot long spans and from the ends of these
the highway will descend at a 5 percent slope over


BE GLAD

YOU'RE A BACK SEAT DRIVER
SAre you afraid of being called a back-seat driver?
Chances are your answer is "yes." If you're a man,
you probably don't speak up when you're. riding 'with
a driver who takes chances because you don't, want
to seem scared. Perhaps you say nothing because
you think it is the polite thing to do. And women
keep silent for fi'.i, of sounding like a character in
a mother-in-law joke.
With, fatal accidents on highways far more num-
erous than in the air lanes, you'd think co-piloting
would be as common, on the ground as in the air.
And, of course, a co-pilot is nothing but the right kind
of back-seat driver. Sometimes you can earn your
co-pilot standing by helping a driver in or out of a
parking squeeze. From your side of the car, you can
check the right fender for him when changing lanes,
and help protect him from blind spots on the right.
Back-seat drivers, who want to be a real safety
asset, are cautioned to be specific about the danger
they see. If they just yell "Look out!" they're only
going to startle the driver without any clear idea of
what sort of disaster is bearing down on him. It is
important that the back-seat driver keep calm and use
a pleasant tone of voice.
Russell Brown, Iowa State Safety Education Di-
rector, points out: "A passenger who sits quietly while
a driver risks death is not using good sense." Re-
member, don't be afraid to speak up as a passenger
when you see in danger. You may be glad you did.


short connecting spans and concrete pile trestles.
The bridge will be a two-lane highway bridge and,
in addition to traffic, will carry 25 four-inch electric
and telephone cables, two 16-inch water lines, two
12-inch sewer lines, and six 12-inch oil lines.
The height of the construction is scheduled for
the fiscal year 1960 when, it is estimated, expendi-
tures will exceed $8,5oo,ooo. Actual construction
on the approaches and bridge piers are scheduled to
start in the coming fiscal year.


THE SPILLWAY, OCT. 30, 1957


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ABOUT THE SHOWS


LADY AND THE TRAMP-It's JOY! It's FUN! It's all the merry holiday
celebrations of your life rolled into one wonderful Walt Disney motion
picture! (CinemaScope and Color).
THE NIGHT RUNNER-Ray Denton and Colleen Miller: The shocking
story of a woman who gave her love to a man the State Asylum called cured.
JOE BUTTERFLY-Audie Murphy and George Nader: The uproarious saga
of those hilarious heroes who "took" Tokyo in OPERATION KIMONO!
(CinemaScope and Color).
THE STORM RIDER-Scott Brady and Mala Powers: An adventure story
set in the days of the old West.
FUNNY FACE-Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire: 'S Wonderful Picture!
'S Marvelous New Kind Of Entertainment! The way Audrey sings and
dances with Fred to those Gershwin tunes in her first great musical! (Color).
WOMEN OF PITCAIRN ISLAND-James Craig and Lynn Bari: Untold
adventures of the beauties of the Bounty!
TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR-Debbie Reynolds and Leslie Nielson:
All about a little Mississippi riverboat gal who taught a sophisticated
bachelor about love . a dignified town about fun, and an ultra-modern
family about happiness (CinemaScope and Color).
TARZAN AND THE LOST SAFARI-Gordon Scott: S EE Jungle spiders
attack safari! Ambush by blood-thirsty savages! Tarzan rescue girl from
man-eating crocodiles! (Color).
THE GREAT LOCOMOTIVE CHASE-Fess Parker and Jeffrey Hunter:
Produced on location in CinemaScope-Technicolor, is basically a spy-
thriller dramatized from a Civil War episode that might have changed
history, had it succeeded.
THE CATERED AFFAIR-Bette Davis and Earnest Borgnine: Unfolds a
human and heartwarming story of a middle-class New York family faced
with the problem of giving their only daughter a suitable wedding.
THE HAPPY ROAD-Gene Kelly and Michael Redgrave: Combining hu-
mor, adventure, and romance, "The Happy Road" tells the story of an
American boy and a little French girl who run away from a school in
Switzerland.
GUN BROTHERS-Buster Crabbe: Hard-riding, straight-shooting drama of
the West.
TRACK THE MAN DOWN-Kent Taylor and Petula Clark: Violence and
murder in the excitement-charged drama of a killer on the run.
JUBAL-Glenn Ford and Earnest Borgnine: It sizzles and smoulders with
more than gun-fire. (CinemaScope repeat).
THE PRISONER-Alec Guinness and Jack Hawkins: A story of conflict be-
tween a Cardinal of the Church, accused of treason, and the interrogator
who seeks to entrap him into a confession. (Repeat).
THE LITTLE HUT-Ava Gardner and Stewart Granger: Enjoy the won-
derful new MGM movie about a girl stranded on a desert island with
two men! (The saucy stage comedy in Blushing Color!).
BEYOND MOMBASA-Cornel Wilde and Donna Reed: A safari into Africa's
deadliest uranium country! Battle against jungle beasts! Fighting the
Leopard Men! (Color).
LIZZIE-Eleanor Parker and Richard Boone: Is a gripping drama of a girl
with a triple-split personality.
DAVY CROCKETT AND THE RIVER PIRATES-Fess Parker: Exciting
new adventure . as Mike Fink, the King of the River, clashes with
Davy Crockett in a torrent of action! (Color).
VOODOO ISLAND-Boris Karloff: Super Shock Show! The weird jungle
cobra-plants that feed on women-and rip men apart!
ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI--Exciting expedition into the North-
west in Technicolor! With Clark Gable and John Hodiak.
THE LEFT HAND OF GOD-Humphrey Bogart and Gene Tierney: The
place is a Chinese Mission, the time 1947, the picture a powerful thriller
about a man who profanes the cloth he wears in order to escape a Chinese
Warlord. (CinemaScope repeat).
THE GREAT MAN-Jose Ferrer and Julie London: He was a man's man,
the idol of millions . Until that moment when the mask was torn away
and one man knew his secret ... one man could smash the idol and reveal
the great man for what he really was . if the price were right!
REPRISAL-Guy Madison: A mob inflamed by blind hate . .against one
man. Two women fighting to save him-one with her love . the other
with her honor.


Motion Picture Schedule

Beginning Saturday, November 2, 1957

BALBOA
Saturday, 10 a. m.-Desert Of Lost Men,and Serial
Saturday, Sunday, & Monday, 2:00, 4:10, 6:20, 8:30
Lady And The Tramp
Tuesday, 6:15, 7:50-The Night Runner
Wednesday & Thursday, 6:15, 8:05-Joe Butterfly
Friday, 6:15, 7:50-The Storm Rider
DIABLO HEIGHTS
(Week-night shows begin at 7 p. m.)
Saturday Matinee, 2:30 p. m.-Bandit King of Texas
Saturday Night-The Little Hut
Sunday, 2:30, 7:00-The Happy Road
Monday-The Catered Affair
Tuesday-Jubal
Wednesday-Track The Man Down
Thursday-The Prisoner
Friday Night-Gun Brothers
Friday Late Show-10:30 p. m.-Back From Eternity

GAMBOA
Saturday Matinee, 6:15 p. m.-Bells Of Coronado
Saturday, 8:15-Voodoo Island
Sunday, 7:00-The Great Locomotive Chase
Monday-NO SHOW
Tuesday, 7:00-The Happy Road
Wednesday, 7:00-The Catered Affair
Thursday-No SHOW
Friday, 7:00-Track The Man Down

GATUN
(All night-shows begin at 7 p. m.)
Saturday Matinee, 2:30 p. m.-Red River Renegades
Saturday-Reprisal
Sunday, 2:30, 7:00-Davy Crockett, and The River
Pirates
Monday-NO SHOW
Tuesday-Lizzie
Wednesday-NO SHOW
Thursday-Beyond Mombasa
Friday-The Little Hut

MARGARITA
Saturday Matinee, 2:30 p. m.-On The Old Span-
ish Trail
Saturday, 6:15, 8:05-The Great Man
Sunday, 2:30, 6:15, 8:10-The Little Hut
Monday, 6:15, 7:55-Beyond Mombasa
Tuesday, 6:15, 8:05-Across The Wide Missouri
Wednesday, 6:15, 7:55-Lizzie
Thursday, 6:15, 7:55-The Left Hand Of God
Friday, 6:15, 7:50-Voodoo Island
Friday Late Show, 10:30 p. m.-Union Station

CRISTOBAL
(Week-night shows begin at 7 p. m.)
Saturday Matinee, 2:30 p. m.-Covered Wagon Raid
and Serial
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, 7:00 (Matinee Sun-
day, 2:30 p. m.)-Funny Face
Tuesday-The Women Of Pitcairn Island
Wednesday and Thursday-Tammy And The Bach-
elor
Friday-Tarzan And The Lost Safari


THE SPILLWAY, OCT. 30, 1957


Page Three






ON SALE AT BALBOA AND CRIST



JUNIOR MiSS DRESS SPECIAL


Summer


Cottons


by Jonathan Logan
$12.50 TO $16.95

by Betty Barclay
$7.95 TO $12.50

ON SALE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31ST, 4:00 P. M.


. I


FRENCH FLATTERY
by Gaston Verdier
Slips $6.50 to $9.
Petticoats $4.75 to $8.
Panties $1.50 to $4.


* Brassieres
* Garter Belts


25
50
25


$4.25
$3.50


BALBOA STORE ONLY


Avenue
HANDBAGS
Fashion at its finesi
in
Fine quality leather

$7.50 to $9.95


Smart Looking
POLO SHIRTS
(From Paris, France)
In White, Blue, Maple,
and Black.
$1.60 to $2.50 r-


.. HOSIERY
From a leading French Hosiery House
$1.15 and $1.40


NYLON SUBTEEN PETTICOATS
"Starletta" by Dennison 0


Lace
Parchment
Horse Hair
Marquisette
$3.75 to $5.95


Farm Fresh No Airlift PURE LINEN SHEETS $18.50pair
Sbyxrs Tis CASES $3.50 pair
Air Express This W/eek ALL-WOOL JERSEY from England
$3.80 yd.


THE SPILLWAY, OCT. 30, 1957


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BAL STORES UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

WEEKEND SPECIAL November Ist and 2d ALL STORES
S WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS

CHUCK ROAST


From Selected Beef (REGULARLY 33c b1.)
LIMIT ONE ROAST PER CUSTOMER


24 lb.


Fine Combed Batiste
Assorted colors and


Men's "ARROW"
SPORT SHIRTS
* Long Sleeves
$4.25 to $7.25
BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS
Manufacturer's Closeout
(Values up to $2.25)
d1 tf


SUsually $4.95 .73 I ; __1._43 __ __I_ _

"GLOBE TROTTER" A New Item ByAn Old Friend
For Men B.V.D. Sox
G "No Pamper" Fabric Fr
No Ironing Cotton-Nylon Stretch Argyles
Dry in 3 hours 35o to 69o
$1.45 "Next to myself I like B.V.D. best!"

"YACHTSMAN JR." "REX-FLEX" MEN'S SHOES
BO S by Jarman
BOYS' SHIRTS Supple Leather Lining
Plus
Short Sleeves Thick, Super-Soft Cushion
Assorted Styles and Colors From Heel to Toe
Cotton Fabrics 95o $13.95
AT GAMBOA-LA BOCA-PARAISO-RAINBOW CITY ONLY See them in November "Esquire"
RECENTLY PLACED ON SALE:
Stuffed Toys, Child's Playhouse, Lionel Trains and
T O% Y Accessories, Activity Books, Puzzles, Games and
TI Other Imported Metal Toys.
c CORE-ORDERED-EXPECTED BEFORE CHRISTMAS:
NEW/S Wonder Horse, Mattel "Thunderburp" Gun, Pro-
SI w Hockey Game, Lying Tiger, Gene Autry Guitar,
Radio Wagons and the largest Assortment of Revell
Model Kits ever offered, due soon.


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THE SPILLWAY, OCT. 30, 1957








FOR YOUR HEALTH'S
SAKE

International health authorities expect that a
world-wide influenza epidemic may occur this fall
and winter, caused by a new strain of influenza virus
which first appeared in Hong Kong and Singapore
late last spring. Our modern, rapid modes of trans-
portation will disseminate the disease rapidly to the
far corners of the earth.
The Canal Zone, due to its strategic location, will
undoubtedly not be spared. Much can be accom-
plished, however, by the health authorities and by
each individual to combat the introduction of the
disease and to prevent its spread in epidemic pro-
portion throughout the community.
Sufficient vaccine specific against this new Asian
strain of influenza was obtained to protect the
Canal Zone population from this malady. Although
the vaccine has been available but a brief period,
over a thousand persons have been vaccinated.
You can help by following these rules.
1. Get vaccinated. Vaccination is the most important
single factor in avoiding the disease.
2. Stay away from persons who have colds or are con-
tinually sneezing or coughing.
3. Eat a good balanced diet and drink plenty of fluids.
4. Get plenty of sleep to avoid fatigue.
5. Dress appropriately to avoid chilling.
6. Wash your hands before eating or handling food.
7. Do not use eating utensils or other articles used by
a sick person unless properly sterilized.
8. Use disposable tissues for nose and throat secretions
and dispose of these tissues properly.
9. Cover your cough or sneeze. An uncovered cough or
sneeze can spread the virus up to three feet.
Despite all these precautions you may still get
influenza. The disease begins with sudden onset of
fever, headache, aches and pains, chills, running or
stopped-up nose, and burning of the eyes. Since
many persons may be afflicted, hospital care should
be reserved for the seriously ill, old people, and those
with complications. The vast majority of patients
can be cared for at home since the illness lasts only
3 to 5 days and there is no known specific treatment.
The best remedies are:
1. Bed rest; avoid overheating, chilling, drafts.
2. Eat a light, easily-digested diet.
3. Drink plenty of water and other fluids.
4. Use disposable tissues and keep your eating utensils
separate from others.
5. Usual household remedies, such as aspirins, APC
tablets, nose drops, and cough medicines, will
relieve most of the symptoms.
6. In the event of severe illness, very high temperature,
or apparent complications, a doctor should be
called.
It is hoped that through the combined efforts of
your health authorities and the precautions which
each individual can observe, the Canal Zone will
avoid a serious epidemic due to Asian influenza.


GORGAS RED CROSS

DIRECTOR IS HERE


New Director, right, and Miss Griselda Valdes, Secretary
Miss Hester Garrett has assumed her new duties
as Red Cross Director at Gorgas Hospital. She re-
places Miss Sara Bomberg who has been transferred
to the U. S. Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Va.,
after a two-year assignment at Gorgas.
The duties of the Red Cross Director at the Zone's
big hospital are many and varied. They are cen-
tered mainly, however, in planning recreation for
patients and assisting them in such personal needs
as writing letters home.
The new Director has had 14 years of experience
in Red Cross work. During World War II she was
on duty in both England and France. This was
followed by four years in the Far East. From 1951
until 1953 Miss Garrett had another tour in Europe
where she had assignments in Munich and Wors-
burg, Germany, in Trieste, and in England.
Miss Garrett is a native of Oklahoma and was
graduated from Battle Creek College in Michigan.
She received her master's degree at the School of
Education of Northwestern University. She came
here from the Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Va.

All-Time Low Safety Record Is Set
An all-time low safety record-covering 43 years
of construction and operation-was set in September.
The monthly report of the Safety Branch showed
the Company-Government established a frequency
rate of 1.38, as compared with one of 6.12 for the
prior three-year average. Only three disabling injur-
ies were reported during the month, and five major
units had a perfect safety record in September.

Gov. Lane Dwinnell, of New Hampshire, arrives
on the SS Cristobal next Monday. He is accompan-
ied by Mrs. Dwinnell.


THE SPILLWAY, OCT. 30, 1957


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NEW TIVOLI PATIO READIED FOR USE
(Continuedfrom page ) and exotic shrubbery
by the'Housing and Grounds Division. .
The central motif of the area will be the gigantic
and gnarled corotu tree, shown in this picture.
Around this big tree a masonry walled-seat enclosure
has been built. Inside of this big flower pot will be
planted a circular bank of such foliage plants as
philodendron, monstoro, and rhoeo.
The entire patio will be bordered by either flow-
ering or decorative foliage plants.
A four-foot mass of tropical plants will be planted
to screen the open side of the patio which faces
toward the former Ancon Clubhouse.
Screening the patio from the Tivoli dining room
will be a row of hibiscus and in front of these will be
colored foliage of various kinds. Ti plants and ba-
nana plants.will be used to border the patio on the
side toward. the laundry......
The decorative plantings planned along the sides
and in the center will include such favorites as hi-
biscus, heliconia, shell flowers, and red ginger.
The main entrance to the patio. will be from the
Tivoli dining room, and a second entrance will open
onto it from the Art Room.
Approximately 750 square feet of floor space will
be provided, sufficiently large to make it a social
center for both large and small parties. The new
patio will be one of the most attractive spots of its
kind on the Isthmus and undoubtedly will be one
of the most popular.


Tivoli Barber Shop Reopens
The Tivoli barber shop,
long a favorite of many
Pacific side men, is being
reopened this week.
The shop will be oper-
ated by Jose M. Boza,
"Joe" to customers of his
over the past 23 years. -
He began the practice of a
barbering at Fort Amador '
back in.1934. After two .
years there he moved to
the Balboa YMCA for six
years when he went to the
BalboaServiceCenter shop.
He has been there since
1941.
The Tivoli barber- shop has- been closed for the
past four years. It was operated for many years by
Gilberto Moya. It was Closed in June 1954 when
Mr. Moya was given the concession at the Balboa
Service Center.

Joins General Counsel's Staff
W. Allen Sanders, of Troy, Ala., joined the staff
of the General Counsel last week. He is a law grad-
uate of the University of Alabama. Since graduating
last June he has been employed in the office of an
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama.


CULTURED PEARLS
by MIKIMOTO
ANOTHER "A" QUALITY SHIPMENT
* NECKLACES
SILVER SAFETY CLASP-PEARL CENTERED
17-INCH STRAND $15.95 and $25.95
14-INCH CHOKER $18.95 and $29.95
* EARRINGS
SCREW AND PIERCED TYPES SET IN SILVER
PENDANT CIRCLE BOW DESIGNS
2 TO 8 PEARLS TO A SET $7.95
CLUSTER AND STAR DESIGNS


6 TO 12 PEARLS TO A SET
GOLD STUDS 2 PEARLS TO SET

COCKTAIL HATS


VELVETS
FEATHERS

EVENING BAGS
SATINS


$9.95
$15.95


* SATINS
* CAP VEILS


* SILKS


$2.75 to $7.50


* BROCADES


- $7.50 to $12.95


ON SALE IN SPECIALTY SHOPS OF BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL STORES


THE SPILLWAY, OCT. 30, 1957


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-MARK YOUR CALENDAR-
THURSDAY, Oct.3i-Hollowe'en-Trick or Treat.
FRIDAY, NOV. i-Football, 7 p. m., at Balboa-
Balboa High vs Junior College.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-Civic Council elec-
tions in Gatun.
SATURDAY, NOV. --Civic Council elections in
Rainbow City.
SUNDAY, NOV: 3-PANAMA INDEPEND-
ENCE DAY.
MONDAY, NOV. 4-Legal holiday in the Canal
Zone. SS Cristobal docks from New York in
early afternoon with 113 passengers, including
Governor and Mrs. Potter.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5-Civic Council elections in all
communities except Gamboa and Rainbow City.
FRIDAY, NOV. 8-Football, 7 p. m. at Mount
Hope-Junior College vs Cristobal High.


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