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Title: Spillway
Physical Description: 1 v. : ill. ; 28-43 cm.
Language: Spanish
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Balboa Heights C.Z
Publication Date: January 18, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
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Language: Spanish and English.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 30, 1957 (experimental issue)-v.1 no.32 (Jan. 25, 1963).
General Note: Official publication of the Panama Canal Company.
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Volume ID: VID00032
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Gi of the Panama Canal Museum


Only 6 Months Old, But It's Done A Lot


CANAL WELFARE GROUP SETS MASS MEETINGS


The Panama Canal Women's Welfare
Group is only 6 months old, but in this
brief time has helped innumerable groups
of people in Panama by providing assist-
ance they needed to help themselves. This
assistance has ranged from schoolbooks
to roofing material and paint, from hospital
equipment to gas stoves.


And that is exactly the aim Mrs. Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., wife of the Canal Zone
Governor, had in mind when she suggested
forming the group. Now the organization
is to become larger, to give every woman
in the Canal Zone an opportunity to help
someone else, if she wants to do so.
At 9 a.m. on Monday, January 21, en-


PILLWAY


vol. 1, No. 31 Weekly publication of the Panama Canal Friday, January 18, 1963



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National Guard horsemen pose with mounts they'll ride in Balboa Horse Show.


On Horses and Motorcycles

National Guard

To Appear In I
The Third Annual SPCA Horse Show
to be held January 27 in the Balboa
Stadium will feature a Costume Parade by
all entrants, a horsemanship demonstration
by the Guardia Nacional Cavalry Squadron,
and a motorcycle riding exhibition by the
Guardia's skilled escort platoon.
The mounted squadron will take part
in the Grand Parade which precedes open-
ing of the show at 1 p.m. and the Costume
Parade will follow immediately. Costumes
of any type are eligible to win a trophy
and to vie for one of six ribbons to be
presented riders with the most unusual,
original, or picturesque costume.
The horse show is open to all persons


National Securit'


Registration Nov
Those U.S. citizens on the Isthmus who
want to attend the National Security Semi-
nar being sponsored in Balboa Theater
February 11, 12, and 13 by Gov. Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., have only until February 1
to complete their registration.
The number of those who can attend
will be limited to the theater's capacity-
1,300 persons. Of the total seats, 500 are
being reserved for Panama Canal em-
ployees and their dependents, 500 for
military personnel and dependents, and
300 for other U.S. citizens on the Isthmus.
Topics to be discussed by the six-man
team from the Industrial College of the
Armed Forces in Washington, D.C., will
include Geopolitics, Geoeconomics, Inter-
national Relations, Communism in Action,
Exploration of Space, and Military Security.
Each of the sessions will start at 9 a.m.
and continue, with brief breaks between
topics, until 11 a.m., when there will be
a 2-hour break for lunch. The afternoon
sessions will start at 1 p.m. and conclude
at 3 p.m.


Riders

lorse Show
who have registered and paid the neces-
sary fee, regardless of age. All entries were
completed early this week.
The show is sponsored by the Canal
Zone Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals and funds raised through it
are used to pay some of the expense of
the Society.
In addition to the special events, the
horse show will include jumping, pacing,
relay racing, and western events. Riders
and horses will be from both the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama.
Lt. Col. James D. Green is chairman of
the show and Col. Thomas Marmon is
show manager.


y Seminar


v Open
U.S. citizens employed by the Panama
Canal who would like to attend should
make application for registration through
their respective Bureaus. Military personnel
should apply through their respective
military units. Wives and other adult
dependents who are U.S. citizens are urged
to attend the sessions.
Maj. Daniel M. Leininger, General
Chairman for the Seminar, said those
attending the Seminar should plan to be
present for all sessions, as the program is
designed to present a comprehensive pic-
ture of the National Security of the United
States and the most value can be derived
from it by attending all sessions.
U.S. citizens not associated with the
Panama Canal or the U.S. military organ-
izations on the Isthmus can apply for
registration to attend the Seminar at the
Seminar Registration Desk in the Rotunda
of the Administration Building, Balboa
Heights, or by calling Balboa 1492 or
Panama 2-1660.


largement of the Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group will be discussed at a
meeting for all women in the Canal Zone,
and the wives of Panama Canal employees
who live in Panama. The meeting will be
in the auditorium of the Balboa High
School Activities Building and all women
interested in the work are invited to attend.



Golf Champions

Signed For Open

Here Next Month
Two of the Caribbean area's most out-
standing golf professionals will be among
those teeing off for a share in the $11,000
Panama Open February 7-11 at the Panama
Golf Club. They are Jim Ferree, last year's
Panama Open champ, and Don Whitt,
Caribbean champion. A number of other
1962 champion golfers from the area also
are expected to participate.
Ferree, who lives at Crystal River, Fla.,
also has notified Panama Open officials that
he plans to participate in the Pro-Am
event on February 6. This popular 18-hole
event precedes the championship play and
teams prominent professionals with district
amateurs. Ferree captured last year's cham-
pionship with rounds of 67-70-73-61 to
finish 11 under par with 277. He ended
the season in eighth position for the
Caribbean Trophy.
Commenting on his impending return to
the Panama Golf Club for this year's Open,
Ferree told local officials, "I consider the
Caribbean circuit a must. I enjoy playing
here. The officials and the galleries have
always been most cordial. And I am not
the only one who shares that high opinion
of this tournament."
Isthmian fans undoubtedly agree with
Ferree, as evidenced by their loyal attend-
ance at the Open each year.

Take Me Out To The Ball Game
The Inter-American Professional Base-
ball Series to be held February 8-13 in
Panama's Olympic Stadium will bring
ballplayers and visitors to the Isthmus
from Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Nica-
ragua. Tickets for the 12-game series
can be obtained by calling the stadium,
Panama 5-0185. Season ticket prices
are: $30 for box seats, $14 for covered
seats, and $6.50 for grandstand seats.
The visitors will be guests of the Panama
Canal for a trip through Gaillard Cut
on the Las Cruces on February 11.


Distance has been no hindrance to the
work of the Panama Canal Women's Wel-
fare Group, whose truck has become a
familiar sight on main roads and byroads
of Panama.
It may be seen in front of hospitals, as
at Chitre, Penonome, and Los Santos,
where hospital equipment was contributed.
Or, closer to the Zone, at Amador Guerrero
Hospital in Colon, where paint was con-
tributed for use in the children's ward,
painting of which was a project shared
with the Doctors' Wives Club of Colon.
Several visits have been made to Matias
Hernandez, Panama City's institution for
the mentally ill, where contributions by the
Panama Canal Women's Welfare Group
included 150 pounds of frozen marlin,
mattresses, and stainless steel mobile serv-
ing carts to facilitate distribution of food
to the patients. Mattresses also were
given the Nicolas Solano Hospital for
Tuberculosis in Chorrera.
Men living in the Old Panama settlement
engaged in building a dispensary for the
community, were cheered to see the Pan-
ama Canal Women's Welfare Group truck
arrive with much-needed roofing. The
men work on the building in their spare
time, and the project also receives assist-
ance from a Spanish women's group which
also does welfare work in the area.
The School for Delinquent Boys in Pan-
ama City boasts a workshop, but has few
materials with which to work. The Panama
Canal Women's Welfare Group has de-
livered two loads of scrap lumber for use
of the boys in the shop.
More than 8,000 books have been
transferred, through the Panama Canal
Women's Welfare Group, from the Canal
Zone to the San Francisco de la Caleta
Library in Panama City for'distribution in
Panama. Each book is stamped in Spanish,
"Donated by the Ladies of the Panama
Canal."
Books and magazines have been deliv-
ered to the Juan B. Sosa School, and
Panama La Vieja School on the Pacific
side, and to the Las Palmas, Pifias, and
Episcopal Schools on the Atlantic side.
Mateo Iturralde School received a much-
needed 50-gallon water heater for sterlizing
dishes used by the school children who arc
served their lunches. A gas stove was
presented St. Vincent de Paul Orphanage
and School in Colon, and paint was pro-
vided the Cativa School, where parents of
the pupils did the painting.
Through the courtesy of the Panama
Canal Housing Office, a collection point
for donations is located in Building 635,
Balboa. The Atlantic side collection point
is in the old firehouse at Margarita. Almost
any surplus item can be utilized.


Two Panama Canal Lovelies

Attending Fair At Ocu
Two PanCanalites are going to the Agricultural and Industrial
Fair at Ocil this weekend. (There'll actually be more than two
going, but these two are Very Important Persons.) I1
Both of them are attractive young females and undoubtedly will
receive many admiring glances from residents of Herrera Province
and Panama Canal employees who visit the fair.
One major difference between these two fairgoers and others .
who will visit there from the Canal Zone is that the two of whom s1'8-r
we speak will remain in that area indefinitely. That's under-
standable, however, as they have relatives in Herrera Province.
The two fairgoers are 7-month-old heifer calves from the Panama
Canal's Mindi Farm. Like hundreds of other calves from the farm,
these two will be joining the ranks of the Panama cattle industry,
as they are to be awarded as prizes at the fair. The "relatives" they
may see in their new home are calves from
Mindi who have made the move to Herrera Monday, with cockfights, bullfights, horse
Province during recent years. riding exhibitions, and, of course, all
The two calves were fathered by pure- The fairgrounds at Oci, which will be
bred bulls stocked by Mindi, while their hopping with activity this weekend, soon
mothers are of the hardy lines developed will be sporting 40 new shrubs, trees, and
at Mindi through the years. Dr. Paul H. palms from the Summit Gardens, cour-
Dowell, Mindi manager and calf-nursemaid tesy of the Panama Canal. A. I. Bauman,
extraordinary, says both of the calves, Superintendent of the Grounds Branch,
which were contributed to the Ocd Fair also has prepared a detailed landscaping
Committee by the Panama Canal, come plan to guide fair officials in planting
from parents whose tropical hardihood has the new shrubs and trees.
been tested and proved.
The Mindi calves are now at Ocii, where the agricultural and industrial] chiijt,
the fair starts Saturday and runs through including one from the Pan;iama Cianl.












* People In The Spotlight*


A man who has spent 55 of his 58 years on the Isthmus of
Panama, having come to the Canal Zone as a 31/-year-old child,
had the thrill some 10 days ago of seeing eight Mindi calves leave
for a new home in Chiriqui Province.
W. C. (Wally) Bain of the Retail Store Branch spearheaded the
effort to raise money with which the calves were purchased and
donated to an agricultural school started in Chiriqui by the
Benedictine Fathers. Contributions ranged from $5 to $50 and
were made by more than 40 Panama Canal employees. Mr. Bain
bought a ninth calf with his own funds for a young farmer with
whom he has been friendly for some years.
Wally has had a camp in the Volcan area for the past 16 years
and became interested in the new school during a visit there last
summer. His original goal was two calves, but individual con-
tributions provided funds for six calves and the Knights of
Columbus contributed funds for two more. They were taken to
Chiriqui by Rafael Santamaria of Cerro Punta.


Mr. Bain
Mr. Bain


Fashioning polleras, montunas, tembleques, and other adorn-
ments typical of Panama's national dress no longer is exclusively
done by Panamanians. Mrs. Roger L. Deakins, whose husband is
chief of the Cocoli diesel generating station, can make all these
Isthmian products-and teaches other North American women in
the Canal Zone how it's done. She's even had an article, "My
Pollera," published in the December 1957 issue of PANAMA
THIS MONTH.
- Mrs. Deakins studied pollera-making a dozen years ago and
proved an apt pupil of Mrs. Julia Leignadier. Since that introduction
she has made nine of the colorful dresses, the major portion of
each one handworked in linen and cotton. She does not sell polleras,
but makes them for her family. Her pollera-making classes meet
every Thursday morning and last 2 hours each.
A photo of Mrs. Deakins surrounded by some of her creations
appears in the Spanish section.


Mrs. Deakins
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If you register for an employment examination to be given under
the Canal Zone Merit System, chances are good that your applica-
tion eventually will come to the attention of Mrs. Narcissus T.
Porter in the Central Employment Office.
As test rating examiner in the CEO, Mrs. Porter is in charge
of the testing section, administering and grading the Merit System
examinations. She's been in her present position 21/2 years. Originally
from Christiansburg, Va., she worked for the Navy in Washington
before coming to the Isthmus in 1946. Since coming to the Isthmus,
she has worked with the Navy, Army, and the Panama Canal.
Her husband, Hoyt, is with the Corps of Engineers here.
Mrs. Porter is in charge of Peace Corps examinations on the
Isthmus, as well as examinations for the various military academies,
in addition to her job examination duties. She has two pieces of
advice for job applicants: You should not apply for a job unless
you're qualified-but many do-and if you have an appointment
for an examination, keep it.


Three Isthmian youths and one former
Isthmian are aboard the California Mari-
time Academy training ship Golden Bear,
which was scheduled to arrive at the Canal
this week for a 2-day stay before transiting
Saturday on its way to Port-of-Spain,
Curacao, and Rio de Janeiro. It is scheduled
to return through the Canal on March 1.
The youths are Michael B. Rudge, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Rudge of Mar-
garita; Tim Kirkby, son of Mrs. Leon
Green of Panama City; Robert Geddes, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Geddes of
Gatun; and Tom Wilson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Neil H. Wilson, formerly of Cristobal
and now of San Francisco.

In "Gente en la Noticia" of the Spanish
section you will find items concerning
several other "People in the Spotlight."
Mrs. Ezra Hurwitz, wife of the doctor
who for many years was Superintendent
of Palo Seco Leprosarium is shown wearing
the Vasco Nfiiez de Balboa, Panama's
highest decoration, which was presented to
her earlier this month by the Government
of the Republic in recognition of the many
services she has provided during her years
on the Isthmus. The presentation was made
at the Leprosarium. The award to Mrs.
Hurwitz reportedly marked the first time
in the history of the Republic that both a
husband and wife have received the Vasco
Nifiiez de Balboa. Dr. Hurwitz, who was
with his wife for this month's presentation,
received the award several years ago.

An employee of the Panama Canal for
21 years, Rubelio D. Quintero, Supervisory
Electrical Engineer, whose picture is shown
in "Gente en la Noticia," is a graduate of
Balboa High School and the University of
Southern California. For 2 years, Ruby was
an instructor in the Panama University
School of Engineering and Architecture.
He recently was named to the committee


Mrs. Porter


named by Governor Fleming to hear
appeals from adverse personnel actions.

An honor graduate of what is now the
Rainbow City High School who has worked
for the Panama Canal since March 1954,
Gladstone B. Gordon this month became
a secretary in the Engineering Division at
Balboa Heights. :He is believed to be the
only male secretary in the Canal organiza-
tion. A saxophone and clarinet player,
Mr. Gordon at present is studying at the
Panama National Conservatory. His wife
works at the Tivoli Guest House and they
recently bought a new home in Villa CAce-
res, Panama housing project being financed
with the aid of the United States.


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Representatives of the Canal Zone were among those participating in the Carnival
flag-raising in Panama City early this month. Panama Carnival representatives reciprocated
a few days later by attending the flag-raising on the Pacific side in the Canal Zone. Shown
at the Panama flag-raising, which signaled the start of preparations for the February 23-26
Carnival, were, from left: Enrique Rogers, President of Panama's Permanent Carnival Junta;
Panama City Mayor Mario J. de Obaldia; Rosario de Sedas, 1962 Panama Carnival Queen;
Irene Michaelis, 1962 Carnival Queen in the Canal Zone; and Frank Hirt, Chairman of
the Canal Zone Carnival Committee.


SAVANNAH DUE HERE

AGAIN ON JAN. 28
The NS Savannah, the world's first
nuclear-powered merchant ship, which has
been on exhibit at the Seattle World's Fair,
is scheduled to arrive in Balboa from the
west coast January 28 according to informa-
tion received by Panama Agencies, which
represents the States Marine Lines at the
Canal.
After a 3-day stay in Canal waters, the
Savannah will transit the Canal February 1
on her way to Todd Shipyards in Galveston,
Tex., where she will spend several months
for general inspection and maintenance.
The Savannah made her first and only
transit through the Canal September 18, en
route from Savannah, Ga., to Seattle. An
official party of guests headed by President
Roberto F. Chiari of Panama and members
of his cabinet; Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
and other officials made a partial transit
aboard the vessel. The nuclear ship was
accompanied through the Canal by two
tugs and was the object of considerable
attention from local residents.



TO TRY NEW HOURS

AT PARAISO STATION
The gasoline service station at Paraiso
will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sundays,
starting January 20, for a trial period of
20 days, instead of the present morning
hours. The change resulted from a request
by the Latin-American Pacific Civic
Council.


PROTECT THE CHILDREN
Don't ditch that unused medicine in
the nearest trash can-flush it down the
drain, then ditch the empty container.
Why? Because children have a habit
of scavenging toys and other things
which attract them in trash cans. They
might get hold of the medicine, with
disastrous consequences.



CFN TV SCHEDULE

JAN. 20 THROUGH JAN. 26


SUNDAY
Parade of Sports
Chapel of the Air
Wide World of Sports
Science in Action
Parents Ask About
School
CFN News
Sacred leart
Our American Heritage
Frontiers of Knowledge
Danny Thomas
Ed Sullivan
Weekend News Review
Dinah Shore Show
So This Is Hollywood
Christophers
Final Edition
Encore: Bell Telephone
Hour
MONDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Magic Land of
Alakazamn
Curt Massey
Screen News Digest
4-Star Edition
Zane Grey Theater
Bieinvenido
Air Force News Review
Price Is Right
Arthur Godfrey in
Hollywood
CFN News
lovietime: "Unholy
Four"
Greatest Dramas
Medic
Final Edition
Encore: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY


Billboard 11.15
First Edition
Kids Kliihb
American Civil War
4-Star Edition
Amenrricn l Ileritge 1.0
Airman's World 2:00i
Earned Forces News 2:15
Andv Griffith
Caill Moore Show -1:00
CFN News 5 (0
Armchair Theater: 5:30
"I'll Get Yon" 6 0(X
O'veseas Advenu-re 6 201
Final Edition 6.30
'Encore. Dinah Shore 7 i0

WEDNESDAY 80 0X
Billboard 1) 00
First Editi lon 10 0
Shari I.uswis Show 1 00
Criis i ] 1 '
I-Star Edition,


6:35 Report
7:00 Around and About
7:15 Newsreel
7:30 Death Valley Days
8:00 Perry Como Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Tonight
10:00 4-Star Anthology
10:30 Ted Mack
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Encore: Gary Moore
THURSDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 Salute to the States
6:00) 4-Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 College Quiz Bowl
7:30 George Gobel Show
8.00 Sing Along with Mitch
8:55 CFN News
9:00 The Witness
10:00 Password
10:30 What's My Line
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Encore: Perry Con
FRIDAY


Billboard
First Edition
Magic Midway
I largest
4-Star Edition
Report
Tennessee IErnic Ford
Real McGovs
Bell Telepionlle I our
CFN News
Candid Camera
I've Col a Secret
Big Story
Stump tie Stars
Final Edition
Friday Night Tlheai,.
"law of tlhe Sea"

SATURDAY
Cartoon Carnival
Captain Kangaroo
Saturday Matinee:
-I'll el You"
Exploring
Sports Time
Official tBaseball
CFN News
Billboard
The Big Picture
The Te\,o
"1"o Tell tlh Truth
I.'aurnce \W'ell
CFN News
Ci oh Thnat,.
Filal Edition
Itclhcr lirll Tc'lr'plll'c
r, ellT p
lonur


COMING EVENTS
January 19-21-Octi Agricultural and Industrial Fair.
January 20- Bantamweight Ismael Laguna of Panama will box Bobby
Gray of the United States at Panama Gymnasium, 8 p.m.
January 21-Panama Canal Women's Welfare Group meeting for all
Canal Zone women at 9 a.m. in the Auditorium of Balboa
High School Activities Building.
January 25-27-Panama Canal Board of Directors meet at Balboa Heights.
January 27-Third Annual SPCA Horse Show at Balboa Stadium, 1 p.m.
January 28-Annual dinner meeting of Balboa YMCA, 8 p.m. Governor
Fleming will be speaker.
January 28-31-NS Savannah at dock on Pacific side and open to public from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day.
February 2-10- Annual Fair at Colegio Javier in Panama City.
February 6-Pro-am tournament opens at the Panama Golf Club, with
Paul Hahn conducting an opening day golf clinic.
February 7-10-Panama Open Golf tournament at Panama Golf Club.
February 8-13-Caribbean Baseball Series in Olympic Stadium, Panama.
February 23-26- Carnival.
March 16-17-Pacific Softball League Invitational Tournament.
March 30- Gamboa Invitational Softball Tournament.
April 6-7-International Invitational Softball Tournament.


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PILLWAY


Vol. 1, No. 31 Publicaci6n semanal del Canal de Panam6 Viernes 18 de enero de 1963


En Solo 6 meses


Damas del Canal de Panama


Realizaron Intensa Labor


Listos para deleitar a la concurrencia con sus maniobras y piruetas, los gallardos integrantes
del equipo de Moto-Nautas de la Guardia Nacional, Capitaneados por Ramiro Silvera,
posan para el SPILLWAY.


Quince miembros del Escuadr6n de
Caballeria de la Guardia Nacional de
Panama, tomarAn parte en el desfile inaugu-
ral del Tercer EspectAculo Ecuestre Anual
que se celebrarA en el Estadio de Balboa
el 27 de enero pr6ximo.
El event que se realize bajo los auspi-
cios de la Sociedad Protectora de Animales,




Serie del Caribe
Peloteros de Nicaragua, Puerto Rico,
Venezuela y PanamA, reunidos en el
Istmo para disputarse la Serie Interame-
ricana de Beisbol Profesional, seran
hu6spedes del Canal de Panama cuando,
escoltados por miembros del Servicio de
Guias, visiten diversos puntos de la
Zona del Canal el 11 de febrero, reali-
zando una travesia en la lancha Las
Cruces.
La Serie se jugara en el Estadio
Olimpico del 8 al 13 de febrero y los
abonos para la misma cuestan: palco,
$30; tribune cubierta, $14; y tribune al
aire libre, $6.50; pudiendo ser obtenidos
lamando al tel6fono (Panama) 5-0185.
Habra double juego todos los dias.


empezarA exactamente a la 1 de la tarde
y participaran en 61 tanto jinetes cuanto
amazonas de todas las edades, quienes
haran gala de su destreza y elegancia en
exhibici6n de perfect equitaci6n.
Como nimero especial, motociclistas del
equipo de moto-nautas de la Inspecci6n
General del TrAnsito de la Guardia Nacio-
nal de PanamA, montaran un espectaculo
de maniobras y piramides humans en cuya
ejecuci6n son reconocidamente duchos.
Bajo el commando del CapitAn Ramiro
Silver D., 3 sargentos, 4 cabos y 5 guar-
dias del trAnsito integran el conjunto de
motociclistas.
Otro nimero interesante del program lo
constituira el Desfile de Disfraces, para el
cual se ofrecen premios por originalidad,
exotismo y colorido.
El Escuadr6n de la Guardia Nacional
estara bajo el comando del Teniente Carlos
Bernal, asistido por el Subteniente Herm6-
genes Doens. Integran el pelot6n, 15
experts en equitaci6n.
Las competencias ecuestres incluyen,
ademAs de salto, andadura, carreras de
relevo y demostraciones de vaqueria.
Los participants deben registrarse y
cubrir la cuota requerida. El Teniente
Coronel James D. Green presidirA el event
y el Coronel Thomas Marmon actila como
gerente del mismo.


La Asociaci6n de las Damas del Canal
de Panama tiene solamente 6 meses de
existencia, pero en ese breve period ha
ayudado a innumerables grupos de perso-
nas en Panama proporcionando la asisten-
cia requerida para que se ayudaran a si
mismas. La ayuda comprende desde textos
escolares hasta material para techo y pin-
tura, y desde equipo de hospital hasta
estufas de gas.
Y ese es exactamente el fin que la sefiora
Eleanor C. Fleming, esposa del Goberna-
dor de la Zona del Canal, Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., tenia en mente cuando sugi-
ri6 la formaci6n de la Asociaci6n. Ahora
la organizaci6n aumentara, para dar a cada
dama en la Zona del Canal una oportuni-
dad de ayudar a alguien, si asi lo desean.
El lunes 21 de enero a las 9 a.m. se
discutird la expansion de las Damas del
Canal de Panama en una reuni6n para todas
las damas en la Zona del Canal, y las
esposas de los empleados del Canal de
Panama que resident en PanamA. La reuni6n
se celebrara en el Auditorio del Edificio de
Actividades de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa y todas las damas interesadas en la
labor estAn invitadas a concurrir.
La distancia no ha sido obstaculo para
el trabajo de las Damas del Canal de
PanamA, cuyo cami6n se ha convertido en
una Vista familiar en las calls de PanamA.
Puede ser encontrado frente a hospitals,
como en Chitr6, Penonom6 o Los Santos,
donde fueron donados equipos de hospital.
Tambi6n aparece en el Hospital Amador
Guerrero, de Col6n, al cual las Damas,
conjuntamente con el Club de Esposas de
los Mvdicos de Col6n, donaron pintura para
la Sala de Nifios. El Hospital PsiquiAtrico
de Matias HernAndez tambidn recibi6 de
las Damas del Canal de Panama una con-
signaci6n de 150 libras de merlin conge-
lado, carros-termos de acero inoxidable
(para portar alimentos) y colchones. Al
Hospital NicolAs Solano, de la Chorrera,


tambi6n se le proporcionaron colchones.
No hace much, los residents de Pa-
namA Viejo se alegraron al ver llegar el
cami6n de las Damas del Canal de PanamA,
tray6ndoles hojas de zinc para el dispen-
sario que ellos edificaban, en sus ratos
libres, proyecto en que tambien colaboran
grupo de damas espafiolas.
En cuanto a la Escuela del Tribunal
Tutelar de Menores, las Damas del Canal
de Panama le facility dos cargamentos de
madera para su taller, asi como un radio,
plancha electrica, tabla de planchar, mate-
rial de costura, libros y algunos juegos.
MAs de 8,000 tomos han sido transferi-
dos, a trav6s de las Damas del Canal de
PanamA, desde la Zona del Canal hasta la
Biblioteca de San Francisco de la Caleta.
La mayor parte de los libros fueron dona-
dos por las escuelas, la biblioteca y el
Almac6n de la Zona del Canal. Cada libro
tiene la inscripci6n en espaiol: "Donado
por las Damas del Canal de PanamA."
Libros y revistas han sido entregados a
las escuelas Juan B. Sosa y de PanamA
La Vieja en el sector Pacifico del Istmo, y
las escuelas de Las Palmas, Pifias y la
Episcopal en el lado AtlAntico.
La Escuela Mateo Iturralde recibi6 ca-
lentador de agua de 50 galones para este-
rilizar los plates usados por los alumnos
a quienes se les sirve almuerzo. Una estufa
de gas fue donada al Orfelinato de San
Vicente de Pail en Col6n, y se proporcion6
pintura a la Escuela de CativA, donde los
padres de los alumnos hicieron el trabajo
de pintar la escuela.
Por cortesia de la Oficina de Viviendas
del Canal de PanamA, un punto de reco-
lecci6n estA situado en el Edificio 635 en
Balboa. El punto de recolecci6n en el
sector Atlintico estA en el viejo cuartel
de bombers de Margarita. Todos los
articulos donados son separados, inventa-
riados, y luego enviados a un comit6
especial para su distribuci6n.


CONFECCIONE SU POLLERA DE CARNAVAL


El confeccionar polleras, montunas, tem-
bleques y otros adornos del traje tipico
national de PanamA, no es ya una prerro-
gativa del panamefio, porque en la Zona
del Canal hay una ciudadana norteameri-
cana, que no solo hace todo esto, sino que
tambidn imparte classes de confecci6n a
otras damas norteamericanas residents en
la Zona del Canal.
La sefiora Violeta S. Deakins, que reside
en Diablo Heights, esposa de Roger L.
Deakins, Jefe de la Estaci6n Diesel de
Cocoli, Divisi6n de Electricidad del Canal
de PanamA, aprendi6 a hacer polleras en
1950 bajo la direcci6n de la sefiora Julia
Leignadier en el Club de Damas de Cris-
t6bal, en donde hace un par de aiios dio
classes de confecci6n de polleras y montunas
a unas 20 damas de la Zona del Canal.
Su primera pollera la hizo en 1954 y
desde entonces ha confeccionado nueve, la
mayor parte de ellas hechas a mano, en
telas de algod6n y de lino.
La sefiora Deakins no vende polleras;
las hace para su familiar, y en varias oca-
siones ha modelado sus polleras en distintos
actos sociales. Una de sus polleras la donara


a la Biblioteca-Museo de la Zona del Canal.
Sus classes de confecci6n las dicta todos
los jueves por la maiiana y duran 2 horas.
Y hay algo digno de mencionar: la sefiora
Deakins es zurda.



El Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
acompafi6 a los miembros de la Junta Per-
manente del Carnaval, Enrique Rogers y
Coronel Loehr Rigby el mi6rcoles 9 de
enero cuando, en compaiija de las Reinas
Charito e Irene (de Panama y de la Zona
del Canal) izaron en el Circulo Stevens,
de Balboa, la Bandera del Carnaval de
1963, que este afio se celebrarA del 23
al 26 de febrero. La bandera carnesto-
16ndica fue izada en Panama el 5 de enero.



Tambien describe articulos relacionados
con su habilidad. Uno de ellos apareci6
publicado en la revista "December in
Panama," de la Zona Libre de Col6n, en
1957, y su titulo era: "Mi Pollera."


Rodeada de las polleras y montunas que ha confeccionado, y en sus manos la tela de otra
pollera que estA hacienda, aparece la sefiora Violeta S. Deakins, quien con su labor estA
ayudando a estrechar mis los lazos de amistad entire panamefios y residents de la
Zona del Canal.










* Gente en la Noticia DOS BELLAS "MISSES"


Luciendo las insignias de la condecoraci6n de la Orden de
Vasco Nuifez de Balboa, que le fuera conferida por el Gobierno
de PanamA en reconocimiento a sus muchos aios de servicio,
junto con su esposo, en el Leprosorio de Palo Seco, aparece la
sefiora Aida de Hurwitz. El acto se llev6 a cabo en dicha instituci6n
siendo este uno de los pocos casos en que marido y mujer, ambos,
han recibido igual distinci6n de parte del Gobierno de PanamA, ya
que cl Dr. Ezra Hurwitz fue condecorado hace unos afios, cuando
a6n era Superintendente del Leprosorio, cargo que dej6 el ano
pasado al jubilarse.


Sra. Hurwitz


RUBELIO QUINTERO, Jefe Ingeniero de Electricidad de la
Division de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, trabaja con la organizaci6n
desde hace 21 afios. Egresado de la Escuela Superior de Balboa,
Quintero obtuvo su B.S. en Ingenieria El6ctrica en la Universidad
de Southern California y ejerci6 el profesorado por 2 afios en la
Universidad de Panama. Rubelio es miembro del Comit6 de Quejas
recientemente creado por el Goberador Fleming para tender
a los querellosos.
Quintero esta licenciado para ejercer su profesi6n tanto en
PanamA cuanto en la Zona del Canal.

0


GLADSTONE B. GORDON, quien ingres6 a la organizaci6n
del Canal de Panama en marzo de 1954 como oficinista-mecan6grafo
de la Divisi6n de Mantenimiento en Crist6bal, fue trasladado el
7 del mes en curso a la Divisi6n de Ingenieria en el Edificio de
Administraci6n de Balboa Heights. Gordon fue "Estudiante de
Honor" en la Escuela Superior de Silver City. Es un mlsico con-
sagrado, tocando ora el sax6fono, ora el clarinete. Actualmente
estudia en el Conservatorio Nacional de PanamA. Su esposa
trabaja en la Casa de Hubspedes Tivoli y la pareja recientemente
se mud6 a Villa Caceres, donde adquirieron una de las nuevas
casas. Tienen dos hijos. El mayor de 9 afios, es alumno de la
Escuela Brasil.

S*0


fotografias de la sefiora de NARCISSUS
T. PORTER Examinadora con 21 afios a
cargo de la secci6n encargada de los exa-
menes para el servicio civil, quien trabaja
con el Canal de Panama desde 1948.

W. C. BAIN, de la Secci6n de Almacenes,
quien inici6 una campafia para adquirir
ocho terneros de Mindi que fueron regala-
dos a la Escuela de los Padres Benedicti-
nos en Cerro Punta, 40 empleados del
Canal contribuyeron. Bain adquiri6, por
su propia cuenta, otro terero que regal6
a un oven chiricano amigo suyo. Dos
de los terneros fueron' donados por los
Caballeros de Col6n.


Completando los eslabones de los ascen-
sos en cadena provocados al asumir el alto
cargo de Coordinador de Relaciones de las
Comunidades Latinoamericanas el senior
Sylvester D. Callender, (sobre los cuales
se informara en el SPILLWAY del 28 de
diciembre iltimo), Ruth Rennie, pas6 a
ocupar el cargo dejado vacant por Levy
Beckford como vendedora en Margarita;
Verona M. Pascual, fue ascendido de Mozo
de Oficio a vendedor en Margarita e
Ivanhoe Harris, cargador de comestibles en
Coco Solo, pas6 a ocupar la vacant de
Pascual.
Bajo el encabezado "People in the Spot-
light," aparecen en la secci6n inglesa las


Sr. Quintero


AGRACIAN LA FERIA


La participaci6n del Canal de PanamA en la Feria Agropecuaria
e Industrial de San Sebastian que se inaugura mafiana en Ocd no
se limitarA a las usuales exhibiciones que con tanto 6xito ban sido
expuestas en certimenes similares anteriores. Tampoco se trata del
n6mero de concurrentes de la Zona que iran a la pintoresca
poblaci6n interiorana, sino de dos bellos ejemplares de pulcritud,
refinamiento y gracia, que indudablemente, atraerAn sobre si todas
las miradas admirativas y alabanzas orales.
Nos referimos, naturalmente, a dos vecinas de Mindi, de alto
abolengo y ancestro que pasarAn a radicarse en el Interior, de hoy
en adelante, como lo hicieran antes otros de su parentela. Se trata
de dos tiernas y encantadoras temeritas donadas por el Canal de
Panama para ser rifadas entire los miembros de los Clubes 4-S
de la Provincia de Herrera.
VAstagos de un padrote purasangre y de parade un plan de
robustas vacas criadas en Mindi, ambas de jardin que servir
terneras contribuirin al desarrollo de la cargados de la Feria
ganaderia panamefia. y plants citadas.


Cuarenta plants, Arboles y palmeras de
los Jardines de Summit han sido enviados
por el Canal de Panama a la Feria de Oc6.
El Superintendent del Ramo de Manteni-
miento de Predios, A. I. Bauman, ha pre-


tallado de arquitectura
a a los funcionarios en-
a para plantar las matas


La feria que maiiana se abre ofrece
muchos atractivos: Rifias de gallos, corridas
de toros, cabalgatas, m6sica y canciones,
ademis de exhibiciones de la industrial
agricola y pecuaria.


Jim Ferree y Don Whitt



En el Abierto de Golf


Dos de las figures mis destacadas del
golfismo americano, Jim Ferree y Don
Whitt, han anunciado ya su intenci6n de
participar en el Toreo Abierto de Golf.
que se celebrara del 7 al 10 del mes en-
trante en la cancha de golf de PanamA,
con premios que ascienden a $11,000.
Ferree se coron6 campe6n de PanamA
el afio pasado, tambien conquist6 el Torneo
Abierto de Jamaica el afio anterior. DespuBs
de su triunfo en el Istmo pas6 a empatar
en el Abierto de Maracaibo.
Don Whitt se coron6 "Campe6n del
Caribe" el afio pasado cuando result ga-
nador por puntos en cinco competen-
cias consecutivas, conquistando el trofeo
Seagrams-Caribe.
Native de Borrego Spring, California,
Whitt bati6 en 1961 el record del Caribe
ganando dos torneos seguidos, el de Mara-
caibo y el de Caracas. Tanto 61 cuanto
Ferree han manifestado que participaran
igualmente en el torneo "Pro-Amateur"
que se verificara en el Club de Golf de
PanamA el 6 de febrero.
En el Circuito del afio pasado, en sensa-
cional final, Ferree marc6 67-70-73-67
para terminar ganador por un golpe de
diferencia, logrando 11 bajo par de 277.
Entre los destacados golfistas del conti-
nente que concurrirAn al Abierto de Pa-


nama se encuentra Paul Hahn, que ofrecerA
sus fascinantes exhibiciones de destreza
golferil el 6 de febrero cuando se celebre
la Clinica de Golf.



Nuevo Horario en el

"Comi' de Paraiso

La estaci6n de gasoline de Paraiso abrirA
de 1 a 5 de la tarde los domingos, empe-
zando el 20 de enero. Este nuevo horario
serA ensayado por 20 dias a solicitud
del Consejo Civico Latinoamericano del
Pacifico.

VISITANTES DE LA SEMANA
Gran Total _ _ _ -- 2,623
Esclusas de Miraflores _. 1,155
Esclusas de Gat6n ------ 162
Las Cruces (4 viajes) - 432
Reina Manuelita I (2 viajes) 38
Barcos de pasajeros (2)___ 836
Informaci6n suministrada por el
Servicio de Guias


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
Enero 19-21-Feria Agropecuaria e Industrial de Oci.
Enero 20-Boxeo en el Gimnasio de Panama, entire el Campe6n Gallo, Ismael
Laguna y Bobby Gray de los Estados Unidos. A las 8 de la noche.
Enero 21-Sesi6n de las Damas del Canal de Panama en el Auditorio de la
Escuela Superior de Balboa, abierto a todas las damas zoneitas.
A las 9 de la mafiana.
Enero 25-27--Reuni6n de la Junta Directiva del Canal de Panama en Balboa
Heights.
Enero 27- Tercer Espectaculo Ecuestre Anual de la Sociedad Protectora de
Animals. Estadio de Balboa, empezando a la 1 p.m.
Enero 28- Cena annual en el YMCA de Balboa, en la cual el Gobernador Fleming
IlevarA la palabra. Hora: 8 p.m.
Enero 28-31- El buque at6mico Savannah estarA abierto al p6blico de 9 a.m. a
4 p.m. en el muelle de Balboa.
Febrero 2-10-Feria Anual del Colegio Javier en Panama.
Febrero 6-Clinica de Golf por el famoso Paul Hahn, en el Club de Golf de
Panama.
Febrero 6- Torneo pro-am abierto a todos los aficionados istmefios. Club de
Golf de Panami.
Febrero 7-10-Torneo Abierto de Golf por premios de $11,000 con participaci6n
de los mAs famosos profesionales del hemisferio. Club de Golf
de Panami.
Febrero 8-13-Serie de Baseball del Caribe. Estadio Olimpico de PanamAi.
Febrero 23-26- Carnavales.
Marzo 16-17 Torneo de la Liga de Softball del Pacifico.
Marzo 30- Torneo de la Liga de Softball en Gamboa.
Abril 6-7-Torneo Internacional de Softball.


Sr. Gordon


REGLAS PARA CICLISTAS




Ciclistas de todas las edades, espe-
cialmente los j6venes, deben observer
las siguientes reglas:




I. Marchar en la misma direcci6n del transito, manteniendose a la derecha del
camino o calle.
2. Abstenerse de hacer piruetas o maniobras bruscas.
3. Al guiar junto con otros ciclistas, mantenerse en linea recta o en fila, y no
agruparse en forma a vedar el paso a vehiculos motorizados.
4. No llevar pasajeros en la bicicleta.
5. Utilizar una cesta para paquetes o bultos.
6. JamAs debe echarse mano a parte de un vehiculo motorizado para ser remolcado
por este.
7. La bicicleta debe mantenerse en buen estado, aceitada y bien ajustados los frenos.
8. No conduzca de noche sin farol o luz. Utilice su timbre, campanilla o corneta.
9. No conduzca por las aceras.
10. No olvide de dar las sefiales convencionales cuando vaya a girar a un lado
o a detenerse.
11. Conduzca con cuidado, manteniendo la bicicleta siempre bajo control.
12. No conduzca distraidamente y a demasiada velocidad.


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