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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: October 18, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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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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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text

Gift of the Panama Canal Muse


Trade Fair Week Opening Tomorrow


Canal Gives 80o


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sightseeing,
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percent of its Next is Office of the
Id goal. Comptroller with 92, Civil
rs, this is some Affairs Bureau with 85%
ward a goal of and Supply and Community
Service Bureau with 82 of
tions are still goal.
from employees Engineering and Cons-
truction Bureau has report-
el Bureau has ed 79 and Transportation
t of goal, and the and Terminals has 73 of its
he Governor has target.
are the only two Bringing up the rear are
the Health Bureau with 59
i Finds percent and the Marine
Bureau with 55 percent of
in Europe goal.
With many employees
patcher Floyd M. still to be heard from, the
the Railroad Divi- United Fund officials are
Laps the employee
arom the Canal hopeful of reaching the
in his United Fund $74,800 target of the Pan-
And his gift was ama Canal.
was traveling in They point out that the
R his United Fund 19 participating organiza-
ailed by Richard G. tions offer such a variety
a train dispatcher, of worthwhile purposes
After being for- that everyone will find
m St. Petersburg, something to his liking.
ere the vacationing
d been visiting his This is a community effort
and the community benefits
a the envelope post. from the Canal Zone United
rlsruhe, Germany. Fund.


on ucotnuIed his
with Spain his next


Governor Fleming
In Washington
Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., left the Isthmus by plane
Wednesday for Washington to at-
tend the regular meeting of the
Panama Canal Board of Directors
Saturday.
Early next week, he will, attend
hearings to be held by the Bureau
of the Budget on the Canal budget
for the year 1965.
Also in Washington in connec-
tion with budget matters are
Philip L. Steers, Canal comptrol-
ler, Le Roy B. Magnuson assistant
comptroller and Robert Lessiac,
chief of the Budget Branch.


Rah, Rah, Juniors!
- 39 Together Now
The pioneer junior class at
the Canal Zone College checked
in with 39 full-time students.
Enrollment figures show a
freshman class about six times
as large, with 256. The 141
sophomores are speculating al-
ready as to how many of them
will re-enroll next fall to form
the second junior class in col-
lege history.
Other statistics show a total
of 924 students, of whom 488
are part-time. Men outnumber
women by a narrow margin,
469 to 455. The full-time stu-
dent- enrollment is up more
than 33 percent since last year.


mPemanama Canal




S PILLWAYA


VOL. II No. 18 FRIDAY, October 18, 1963


P1. w-" &.. ..f? $ t ? i98h



-~~ is- 4

"TRY YOUR LUCK, NOW?" says five.year-old Joe Barkowitz of Balboa as he displays some of the
prizes which the United Fund Trade Fair will have on tap for kiddies participating in all of the 11
games for youngsters and adults. Games will be only ten cents each for a crack at a gamut of
prizes from duck pins to, yes, a kitchen sink. Golf.putting and golf-chipping are among the games
of skill. A new event this year will be "dodgem car" races outside the fair building.


RP Products Highlight



Displays At Corozal


The busiest man around the
Fourth Annual Trade Fair site at
Corozal this week has a particular
sparkle in his eye. It's almost like
traveling with a carnival again for
R. W. (Dick) Chesson, well-known
police officer and Diablo Heights
resident, who is busy setting up
the games and amusements book-
ed for the top floor of Building
19.
"Energetic as cutting ants" -
as the people from the Panama
Interior say are Fair Chair-
man B. J. Elich and his co-chair-
men W. L. De La Mater and A.
D. Hutchings, Jr. Their many as-
sistants, and the staffs of Pan-
ama businessmen are putting on
the main displays.
After the Fair opens at 1 p.m.
tomorrow and until it closes at
10 p.m. on Sunday, October 27,
Hutchings will be in operating
charge of the three floors of in-
terior exhibits and games, and
the adjoining outside attractions
that comprise the fair.
Chesson once traveled with a
carnival when he was a young
lad. He says he met some very in-
I


teresting people and had some
fantastic experiences. He also
learned a lot about money-mak-
ing games what people want
and enjoy, and what they'll spend
ten cents for.
Ten cents a game (a dime a
time) is the standard price for
all the Trade Fair games of
chance or, skill. There will be
11 games this year, all of them
built by Chesson and some of
them reminding the players of
the old Carnival games. And
Chesson chose the hundreds of
prizes himself.
Some attractions make use of
local talents and interests. These
include the golf-chipping game
(getting out of a sand trap), and
the golf-putting green.
The Senior Girl Scouts of the
Canal Zone will help run some
of the games.
On the first two floors of the
Fair building, finishing touches
are being added today to the in-
teresting, unusual and impressive
displays of many hundreds of pro-
ducts to be shown by scores of
Panama business firms.
These displays are always the
mainspring of the annual fairs
for the United Fund.
Exhibits to be on view for the
first time tomorrow range from
fine-art objects from Denmark
to new models of leading auto-
motive manufacturers. There will
be more new cars than ever be-
fore.
Products made by citizens of
the Republic of Panama, will be


featured, but the emphasis of
the whole show is to bring within
easy reach of Canal Zone re-
sidents the wire range of pro-
ducts of all categories sold in
Colon and Panama City but not
available in the C.Z. retail stores.
Some exhibitors have offered
valuable merchandise as door
prizes. Others have interesting
giveaways. Several will have some
items for sale at their booths.
Ceremonies will highlight the
big-show. Though the doors -
approached through the M.P. gate
at Corozal will open for the
general public on the dot of 1
p.m. tomorrow (Saturday) the of-
ficial ribbon cutting is set for
7 p.m.
Lt. Gov. David S. Parker of the
Canal Zone and Guillermo Ford,
president of the Chamber of
Commerce of Panama, will pre-
side. Four star General Andrew
P. O'Meara, commander-in-chief,
U. S. Southern Command, and
commanders from component
military commands are scheduled
to be present.
Once launched, the Fair will be
open from 1 until 10 p.m. on Sa-
-turdays and Sundays, from 7 un-
til 10 p.m. weekdays through Sun-
day October 27.
An interesting event is set for
Wednesday evening, October 23,
when President Roberto F. Chiari
of Panama is to join Governor
Robert S. Fleming in paying a
formal visit to inspect the ex-
hibits and make awards for those
considered the most outstanding
at the Trade Fair.


Museum Receives Bade's Gift


LUNCH TIME AT TEEN CLUB: The Snack Bar at the Balboa Teen Club, which was Inaugurated the
first week of school this year,-is a favorite gathering place for the younger set who attend schools
in the. Balboa area. The scene above is typical of lunch-time, any school day. An average of 35 to 40
boys and girls eat their lunches at the Snack Bar. They may purchase their lunches, or bring them,
and, what is more, non-members can eat lunch at the Snack Bar, too.


"A beautiful collection" of
pre Colombian artifacts has
been presented to the National
Museum of Panama, by Philip
L. Dade, according to business.
man Paul Duran, president of
the Friends of the Museum.
Mr. Duran disclosed what he
termed "this generous gift to
the permanent collection" dur-
ing an interview this week over
SCN-TV. He added that Dr.
Alejandro Mendez, Director of
the Museum, is highly gratified
by the donation.
Dade, who is Director of Civil
Defense for the Canal organiza-
tion, has taken a longtime
interest in the archaeology of
Panama.


Labeled as the Philip Dade
Collection ,the new group of
painted pottery vessels and or-
naments was on exhibition for
the first time last night during
a preview of of an exhibition
of 70 Chinese paintings on loan
from UNESCO.
The paintings, the Dade Col,
election, new display cases pup
chased by the Friends of the
Museum and a recently donate
ed collection of mounted heads
from Africa and Alaska will be
on display for some weeks at
the museum during regular,
hours.
The museum is open to the
general public and there is no
admission.









SPILLWAY


October 18, 1963


New Tivoli Manager


Is Seasoned Hotelman


George Brawand, new man-
ager of the Tivoli Guest House;,
learned the hotel business at
his father's knee so to speak.
At least he learned the food
side of the hotel business from
his father who was an inter-
tionally famous executive chef.
The family also owned and
operated hotels in Switzerland.
Although Mr. Brawand went
into the management side of
hotel work, he still takes a live-


Starting- November 1, public
hours of the Margarita Circulat-
ing Library will be from 2 p.m.
until' 5. p.m. on Mondays,. Wed-
nesdays and Fridays. This
change will eliminate the Satur-
day morning hours as well as


]y interest in the preparation
of food and is especially expert
on the handling of wild game.
A native of Illinois, Mr. Bra-
wan spent most of his youth in
and near Chicago. After gra-
duating from high school, he
started working in hotels and
has learned the business mostly
by onthe-job training plus sev-
eral courses in specialized de-
partments and hotel operation.
During the past 28 years, he
spent most of his time in hotels
located in the midwest. He has
been executive assistant man-
ager of the Hotel La Salle and
Hotel Knickerbocker in Chica-
go; general manager of the
Hotel Roberts in Muncie, In-
diana, and Oak Park Arms in
Oak Park, Illinois. For the past
few years, he has been em-
ployed by Innkeepers Inc., a
management consultant firm in
Illinois and Florida specializing
in food and beverage problems
in both established and new
operations.
This is the first visit to Pan-
ama for Mr. Brawand and his
wife Glee. But he feels that they
are used to tropical weather
after their stay in Florida and
that he will enjoy his work in
the historic old Tivoli Guest
House.

those on Tuesday and Thurs-
day.
A Ba bo a kindergartener
came home singing proudly the
new song he'd learned in
school:
"My coun-try Ti-vo-li..."


IN B OWSIN


COLLECTIONli


SMART AS THEY COME -
Two high school students, Mary
Kay Howe, above, of Balboa,
and Thomas Heppenheimer,
below, of Cristobal, have been
named as semifinalists in the
1963-1964 National Merit Scholar.
ship Competition. Their selec-
tion resulted from high grades
in the annual scholarship test
given last March. They are now
eligible to become finalists and
secure Merit Scholarships. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Heppenheimer of Coco Solo.
Miss Howe, of Ancon, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roger M. Hc"--


BALBOA
Sat Sun
Tuesday 7:30
Wednesday-Thursday 7:30f
Friday 7:30
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00; 7:00'
Monday 7:00
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Friday, Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
GAMBOA
Saturday 8:15. p.m.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
GATUN
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
MARGAR ITA
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday 7:00
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Friday, Owl Show 10:30' p.m;
COCO SOLO
Saturday night-
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday 7:00
Tuesday
Wednesday-Thursday
Friday


BALBOA
COCO SOLO
DIABLO HEIGHTS
GAMBOA
MARGARITA
GATUN


'I.X
J
rc


A.M.
10:00
P.M.
2:00:
2:00
6:15'
2:00,
2:00


EL CID
A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
"ISLAND OF LOVE"
IT HAPPENED AT THE
WORLD'S FAIR
BELLE SOMMERS
IRMA LA DOUCE
Ditto
THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA
THE HANGING TREE
GABY
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS
H-MAN
SWORDSMAN OF SIENNA
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS
NO SHOW
IRMA LA DOUCE
THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA
NO SHOW
GUNS OF DARKNESS
ONCE MORE WITH FEELING
BILLY BUDD
NO SHOW
BELLE SOMMERS
NO SHOW
THE DETECTIVE STORY
SWORDSMAN OF SIENNA
THE CHAPMAN REPORT
TAMMY AND THE DOCTOR
Ditto
BELLE SOMMERS
MEET DANNY WILSON
BILLY BUDD
THE ATOMIC MAN
THE GRASS IS GREENER
THE UGLY AMERICAN
Ditto
TRIAL AND ERROR
FOLLOW THE BOYS
THE BLACK PIRATE


THE LOST WORLD:
THE LITTLEST' HOBO
SUBMARINE SEAHAWK.
TEENAGE MILLIONAIRE
THE BOY OF TWO WORLDS
THE 7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD


By Eleanor Burnham
Canal Zone Library
THE SCENT OF WATER by
Elizabeth G o u d g e follows a
changing attitude toward. the
nature of love which is brought
about in a middleaged English
business woman by her inheri-
tance of a beautiful home in an
English village. Her increasing
involvement in the affairs of
the community brings increas-
ing interest in the lives of the
Villagers and serves to enrich
her own life. The many ad-
mirers of Miss Goudge will
delight in this quietly peaceful
novel.
HE WHO FLEES THE LION
by J. Klein-Hoparash is a long
and absorbing novel about the
grimly boiling situation in Ru-
mania in 1938-39. A bachelor
landowner with a. playboy re-
putation is changed to a. fierce
patriot by the politicalsocial
scene. This novel has an enor-
mous cast of characters includ-
ing a sympathetic leading
woman. The book was a Euro-
pean best-seller and is being
advertised widely in the United
States.
CITIES OF THE FLESH by
Zoe Oldenbourg is a novel of,
twelfth century France at the
time of the Albigensian. Cru-
sade.- The story follows the life
of Roger de Montbrun. a minor
noble in the train of the Counts
of- Toulouse. The author was
born in. Leningrad of, a family
of' scholars who escaped to
France after the first years of
communism. This book Tom-
bines a genius for scholarship
and a, deep feeling for the Mid-
dib Ages.


THE PLAYER ON THE
OTHER SIDE by Ellery Queen
is the first. new novel about!
Ellery and his father in about
five years. This is a fine ex-
ample of the skill at plotting
and writing which has appeared
in all of the mysteries by this
famous couple who write under
the Ellery Queen pen-name.
SIR WILLIAM by David Stac-
ton is an historical novel about
a famous trio Sir William,
Lady Hamilton and Lord Hora-
tio Nelson. It is different from
many others written about them
in that Sir William is the star
of the plot and is shown as an
amiable and sophisticated man.
This is an important book
which will form a permanent
part of most library collections.
THE CASE OF THE AMOR-
OUS AUNT by Erle Stanley
Garner is, as can be expected,
full of action, suspense and ex-
citement. In addition to the
usual cast, this one includes a
new young lawyer who is learn-
ing about Perry Mason's tactics
at first hand. This gives a spe-
cial interest. All Perry Mason
fans will like it.
UNIFORMS OF THE SEA
SERVICES, a pictorial history
by Colonel Robert H. Rankin,
is probably the first attempt to
tell the whole story of uniforms
of The United States Navy,
Marine Corps and Coast Guard
from the Revolution to the'pre_
sent. This book is well written,
beautifully illustrated and in-
formative. It will be of interest
to both. the scholar and to. the
general reader. The author, is
a well-aknown military, feature
writer and is Marine Corps Of-
ficer.


innal Health

Autihorily Due

A GCorozal '

A psychiatrist who is known
the world-over in his profession
because of this pioneer work in
the development of curative
community concepts in treat-
ment units will soon visit the
Canal Zone.
Between November 11 and 16,
Dr. Maxwell S. Jones will con-
sult at Corozal Hospital, pri-
marily in evaluating the treat-
ment programs there.
At home in Melrose, Scotland,
he is the physician-superinten-
dent at Dingleton Hospital.
Dr. Jones is also visiting in
the United States this year. He
is also to serve as a consultant
for the States of California,
Oregon. Illinois and Colorado.
In 1959 he received an a ward
from the American Psychiatric
Association and in 1954 became
a C. B. E. on the Queen's
Birthday Honors List. Last year
he was appointed by President
Kennedy to the National Coun-
cil of Vocational Rehabilitation.



Jeff Riley, Canal Zone golfer
who placed second in the Inter_
national Junior Chamber of
Commerce Golf Tournament,
got his name in not only many
Stateside papers concerning his
high finish in the tournament,
but also reached foreign publi-
cations, among them the Even-
ing News of Port of Spain, Tri-
nidad.


Coming


Events
October 18 "Roar Like a Dove"
opens in Ancon Little Theater.
Curtain time: 8 p.m. Runs
through October 27, except Oct-
ober 21.
October 18, 19. 20 La Salle
School Fair in El Cangrejo,
Panama City.
October 18 Atlantic Rock-
hounds, Bldg. 92, Pier 1, Coco,
Solo, 7:30 p.m.
October 18 Panazone Toast-
mistress .Club, Brazos Brook
C.C., cocktails, 6 p.m.
October 19 Trade Fair opens
at Corozal, 1 pm. ribbon cut-
ting, 7 p.m.
October 23 Cristobal Woman's
Club, Dr. I. J. Strumpf, speaker,
Margarita.
October 23 President Roberto
F. Chiari and Rov. Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., visit Trade Fair
at 7:30 p.m. to inspect exhibits
and make awards.
October 24 Newcomers Club;
Atlantic Side, 1 p.m.. Sorop-
tomist Club, 6:30 p.m.
October 25 Lions Club, The
Breakers, Coco Solo, 7 p.m.
October 27 Dr. David Senzer
Gamboa District Physician, to
be honored by Episcopal'Church
women with musical concert, 3
p.m., Santa Cruz Service Center.
October 27 Gold Coast Orchid
Society, Gatun, 7:30 p.m.
November 1-5 National Holi-
days of Republic of Panama:
Friday, Anthem Day; Saturday,
Memorial Day; Sunday (Nov. 3)
Independence from Colombia;
Monday (Nov. 4) Legal holiday
in C. Z. in observance of Inde-
pendence day, which fell on
Sunday; Monday, Flag Day;
Tuesday, Colon Day.

Delegates to the Wes t e'r n
States Democratic Conference
urged Congressi to implement
the President's transportation
m e s s a g e ,by "authorizing a
development of western navi-
gable waterways, island.coastal
and offshore from 'the Arctic
Ocean to the Panama Ganal..."


LADY EMMA DUNGAVEL is
one of the first persons first
nighters will notice. on the stage
of the Theater Guild in Ancon
when "Roar Like a Dove"
opens tonight for an 8-day run
through October 27, but omitt-
ing October 21. In real life, the
lovely leading lady. is Betty
Dahlstrom of Panama City. Re-
servations for the play are
taken at Balboa 3786 between
7 and 10 p.m.

THIS WEEK'S VISITORS
OCTOBER 7.13, 1963
Miraflores Locks 1,418
Gatun Locks 196
Las Cruces, 9 trips 850
Reina Manuelita, 1 trip 27
Passenger Ships, 4 1,566

GRAND TOTAL 5,057


Page TWO


Theater Schedule

Beginning Saturday, October 19'


All night shows begin at 7 p.m. except as shown.
SATURDAY MATINEES, October 19'


41

44


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Igdiav 'It -1-Q- -AYPg


Many Fit Zonians


Take 50-Mile Swim


To paraphrase a bit from rock-
. 'n-roll singer Jerry Lee Lewis,
"There's a whole lot of swim-
min' goin' on."
This is true on both sides of the
Isthmus. This week the Spillway
highlights the achievements of
those on the Pacific side in the
"50-Mile Swim" and next week
aquatics from the Atlantic side
will be in the spotlight.
Three people have completed
the 50 miles and have started on
another 50: Jeff Seers (30 miles
toward the second 50), W. F. Ro-
binson (30 miles toward the se.
con 50), and Al Jenkins (10 miles
toward the second 50).
Others who have completed the
-50 miles on the Pacific side are
Dodney Winborn, Sharon Brown,
Lee Martin, Sam Rowley, Jr.
Harold Gensemere, Kathie La-
valle, Rickey Field, Ted Goystyla,
Bufford Carter, Edna Plumer,
Pauline Yarboro, John Knick,
Christie Jenner, Mary Lewis, Jean
Hendridcks, Robert Sieler, Robert
Burgener, Helen Manning, Dan
Kiley, Ralph Morgan, Harold Lit-
:tie, Christine Morgan, Dennis Ja-
cobs, and Connie Pestis.
Dianne Zerr and Duke Wilson
'have completed -40 miles and are


working on the final ten.
Don Connor, Patty Hattie, An-
thony Teta, Marilee McCabe, Jane
Wilson, Cindy Case, James Man-
ning, Dennis Leen and Grace
Gustafson have all completed 30
miles on the Pacific side.
Those who have completed 20
miles are Mrs. Florence Page,
Carl Tuttle, Beula Perry, Mrs.
Sylvia Maguire, James Kunkle,
Dick'Meli, Dianne Dimmick, Joann
Roth, John Roth, Ann Archer and
Joan Marti.
With 10 miles completed, one-
fifth of the way toward their
goal, are Mrs. Jane Jones, James
O'Donnell, Mrs. Jeanette Fahru-
bel, Mrs. Jean Lane, Dr. Sidney
Clark, Thomas Lewis, Mrs.
Florence Dempsey. Mrs..Pat Mar-
kun, Mrs Joe Ann Magee, F. G.
Dunsmoor, Jimmy Zerr, Mike
Meli, Jeanne Jensen, Jerry Kit-
terman, Everett Justice, Ruth
Kelly, Ken Justice;
Joe Bircher, Rudy Burda, De-
nise Elia, Sibil Markun, April
Haff, Virginia Peterson, John
Thompson, Stephen Roth, Wat
Jenkins, Jackie Hunt, Marian
Bundy, Becky Fall, Bill Fall, Ri-
chard Kunkle, Nuala Archer,
Ralph Stinson and Karen Husem.


AC Hunts Hunt


BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL'S Joe Hunt (41) watches two Athletic Club players close in on him in ac-
tion last week. The Bulldogs scored with 11 seconds to play to upend the AC team 12-7. Tonight
the Balboa team travels to Coco Solo to meet the Tigers from CHS. Cristobal is at least a three
touchdown favorite. Tomorrow night at Balboa the Canal Zone College will clash with the Athletic
Club at 7 p.m. The Green Wave ,co-!eaders in the Interscholastic League, is also at least a three
touchdown pick over AC.
(Photo by Bob Daniels, Canal Zone College).
____________________ ___ _---------


Three Share Lead In Credit Union Open


There's a three-way tiefor the
i lead in the first flight of the
:Credit Union open as golfers head
*into the final 18 holes of .the 36-
!hole tournament Saturday at Lake
iVew course. Knotted at 72 are
!H. Hurley, A. Tobares, and'V. Es-
cobar. Only a stoke back are R.
IMcClaude and E. Wright.
In the second flight, H. Cooke
ds the leader with :a 77, followed
Iby 'A. Johnson at 79 and.B. Se-
,vino at 80. Third flight leader is
WV. Savage, with a 78, -while H.
;Gabsby is in second three strokes
off the pace.
In tennis, last Sunday, Fernan-
.do Bradley upset Arnold Bel-
.grave 6-2, 6.3; Vincent...Sampson
-,won over William -Woodcock 6-2,
:6-0, and John 'Mitchell turned
:back Hoyte '4-, :6-4, :60. The
-itournament continues Saturday
%at Santa Cruz.
In volleyball Monday AtParaiso
egymn, in the men's -bracket, Pa-
-raiso won over Santa Cruz 15-12,
15-12 and the -Pioneers 'topped
;-the First N.C. Bank 15-7, 15-10.
:In women's play, Santa Cruz beat
-Paraiso '15-12, 17-15, 15-9.
In basketball, Tuesday at Santa



- 0 Special Cachet


Is Authorized


oIr Jet fiht

A special cachet has been
-authorized and philatelic treat-
-ment Will be provided for let-
ters mailed in .the Canal Zone
-and carried by Braniff Airways,
Inc., on inauguration :of jet
,service between Tocumen Air-
,port and Houston, Texas, on or
-about October 30. The .special
cachet will be carried :on the
,inaugural. northbound flight.
Pers o ns desiring to send
covers on this. flight -should
prepare them inmthe usual man-
-ner and address them to the
person who is to receive them.
Postage must be prepaid with
Canal Zone postage stamps and
covers will be -prepaid at the
rate of -8-cents per -ounce. The
cover, or covers, should be
enclosed in another envelope
addressed to the Postmaster,
Balboa, Canal Zone. 'The cover-
ing envelope should be marked
to show it-c on t'a i n:s cachet
covers.
The covers should arrive at
Balboa Post Office no later
ed in the usual manner will not
receive inaugural flight cachets.
:than October 28. Covers alrea-
dyF postmarked -and those post-


Cruz.gym., Santa Cruz edged the
First N.C. Bank 47 to 44. Frank
'Vantenpool 'was high scorer for
the winners with 14 points, as
-Quevar scored a high of 16 for the
bank men.


In the hotly-contested second
game, Club 75-edged .ut Paraiso
74-71, as Jose .Morales recked up
19 points for the winners and
Oliver Welch scored 16 for Pa-
raiso.


These Rules Could

Save Your Life


Rule 1: Keep matches, cigar
& cigarette lighters and all
other .implements of fire away
'from children.
'Rule 2: Properly brief per-
sons assuming responsibility
for small children or invalids
in -your home. This briefing
should include telephone num-
.bers for summons of Fire De-
partment, Police & Doctor.
Rule 3: Keep inflammables
away from sources of heat;
such as stoves, electric irons,
unguarded light bulbs and dry
closet heaters.
Rule -4: Provide a clo.se.d
metal container for storage of
polishing rags and oily mops,
which might spontaneously heat
,and cause fire.
Rule 5: Provide an adequate
number and safe type (self ex-


tinguishing) ash trays for smo-
Akers in your home.
Rule 6: Educate children to
the dangers of fire and be strict
regarding their adherence to
the rules of fire safety.
Rule 7: Periodically inspect
extension cords and :electrical
appliance cords and replace
those found worn or frayed.
Rule-8: Do not smoke in bed;
the life you save by this fire
safety practice may be your
own.
Rule 9: Substitute norinflam-
mable cleaning fluids to re-
place the dangerous use of
.gasoline, benzine or naphtha.
Rule TO: Do not block door-
ways, hallways or any exits of
your quarters; you will need
them in the event of a fire
.emergency to exit promptly.


Pianist Teaches Muskc

JAIME INGRAM'S life has been filled with music. Beginning
'his study of the piano at the Conservatory of Music in Panama,
he later won a scholarship at New York's famous Julliard School
.of Music. After graduating from Julliard, he went on-for more
study at the Conservatoire National de Paris.
With an .artistry marked by great sensitivity and romanticism,
,Mr. Ingram has -performed professionally in all the great cities
jof the world in both recitals and as a concert soloist with famous
,symphonic .orchestras. He toured for ten years-throughout Europe
.and South America, earning the plaudits -of audiences .and critics
eall the way. In 1960 he won first prize in Brazil for the finest
recording made -of classical piano music in that year.
Providing a treat for all lovers ciffine and serious music. Mr.
Ingram occasionally appears in concerts with his wife, Nelly
Hirsch de lngram, herself a great pianist.
When Mr. Ingram returned to^Panama two years ago he was
asked-why he returned here since the country had-nothing musical
to offer.
"If there is nothing, then it is time for us to-begin something,"
he replied. He backed his=answer with action. The Ingram's stu-
dios ,at Paitilla where the yteach musical history iand piano is
part of the reply; the two concert seasons are another, proof -of
his assertion.


Sports Calendar.

Oct. 18 Friday Football BHS vs. CHS, at Coco
Solo, 7 p.m.
Oct. 19 Saturday Football CZC vs. SDAC, at
:Balboa, 7 p.m.
Oct. 22 Tuesday Basketball-Girls +-- BHS vs. CHS
(A & B), at Coco Solo, 5 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday Basketball-Girls CHS vs. BHS
(B), at Balboa, 3 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday -- Basketball-Girls CHS vs. CZC
(A), at Balboa, 4 o.m
Oct. 25 Friday Football CHIS vs. SDAC, at-Bal-
boa, 7 p.-
Oct. 29 Tuesday Basketball-Girls CZC vs. BHS
(A), 5 p.m.
Nov. 1 Friday Football BHS vs. CZC, 7 p.m.


What filthers


Write !Abaot


Thae Canal -
The Panama Canal and the
-work done in connection with
it by Col. George Goethals was
highlighted in an article entitl-
ed "Profiles In Science" which
,appeared in "The Blade", -a
Toledo, Ohio, newspaper.

The Panama Canal is given
-feature treatment in the Oc-
tober issue of the Journal of
American Insurance, published
by the American Mutual Insur-
ance Alliance. A map of the
Zone and part of the Republic
of Panama appears on the front
.cover, and a picture of a ship
transiting Pedro Miguel Locke
appears on the back cover. An
article in the magazine notes
the 50th anniversary of the
start of :removal of the last
major obstruction in the Canal,
Ganboa dike, which was blown
up October 10, 1913. by Presi-
dent Wilson from his White
House desk.


AGENCY GOALS


Agencies which will share in
the $140,000 to be raised in this
year's Canal Zone United Fund
campaign and the amount each
is to receive are as follows.
American Red Cross, $22,800.
-American Social Health As-
sociation, $180.
Atlantic Religious Workers
Association, $2,500.
'Boy Scouts. Canal Zone Coun-
cii,$ 21,00.
- -


Canal Zone Cancer Commit-
tee, $12,000.
Girl Scouts, Canal Zone Coun-
cil, $13,535.
Handicapped Persons Com-
mittee, '$5,000.
International Boy S court s,
$5,200.
International Girl Sc o u t s,
$4,000.
- International Social Service,
-$85.
JWB Armed Forces Service


Center, $5,600.
National Recreation Associa-
tion, $83.
Salvation Army, $14,140.
Summer Recreation Board
(Latin American Communities),
$1,750.
Tuberculosis Association,
$8,200.
United Seaman's Service, $58.
United Service Organizations,
Inc.' (USO), $1,530.
Balboa YMCA, :$9,000.
-r -- -' I*' '


Swimmers from EC

I nLa Salle Met
Twelve Canal Zone boys ibe-
tween the ages of 9 and 12 will
participate in a swim meet at La
'-Salle School in Panama City Sun-
.day from noon to 2 pma. The
boys in the international .meet will
compete in free style and back
stroke events of 25 and 50 meters.
The Canal Zone 9 to 12-year-
olds, who have been practicing
in the Balboa Pool to prepare
for the -Sunday meet are: Freddy
Kunkel, Pat Cain, Chris Trotter,
David Geoghegan, Mike Leftridge,
Mark -Manning, Jhon Andrews,
Jimmy Kunkel, Dennis Leen, Den-
nis Holmes, David Paules, and Wat
Jenkins.
Mrs. Alice .Leftridge, recreation
specialists, and Jimmy Manning,
lifeguard, of the Balboa Swim-
ming Pool will accompany the
youngsters to the Panama City
swim meet.


Riding Exhibition

Scheduled At Fair
A riding exhibition in which,
54 horses and riders from the
Fort Clayton, Albrook, and Fort
Kobbe Riding Clubs will partici-
pate will be presented Saturday
at 2 p.m., rain or shine, at the
La Salle School Fair. The riding
program will last about an hour
and a half.
Riding and jumping events will
be featured, but the program also
will include western riding events,
rescue races, pole bending, and
barrel racing.
F. S. Rudesheim, who is well-
known for his active interest in
promotion good riding on the
Isthmus, has been in charge of
arranging and co-ordinating the
program, :
,'. -i


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SPILLWAY


October 18, 1963


PEOPLE ItN T
WILLIAM A. DIXON, a Motor Transporta-
tion Division foreman in the Northern District,
has been with the Canal since 1941.
His principal duties are to coordinate the use
of all Canal transportation equipment between
the various bureaus and divisions, "and especial-
ly to see that everybody has what he needs to
do his job." Heavy equipment, garbage loaders,
trucks and sedans have to be at the right place
at the proper time. If a call comes in for a
vehicle that is not in the shop, Mr. Dixon and
his associates try to find something else on
wheels to do the job.
His first Canal assignment was with the
Supply Division, but he soon roved to Motor
Transportation where he has worked in a super-
visory capacity since 1952.
He came to the Canal ,from his home-state
- Georgia through relatives who had worked
here.
With his wife, also Georgia-born, he lives in
Margarita. Most of his off-duty interests center
around activities of the Masonic Lodges, except
during vacations.
Each year, he and Mrs. Dixon go home to
visit relatives in' the southeast. Then they make
a point of traveling to some new section of the
50 States that they have never seen before.
"Makes for variety," he says.


I E 1PIUGHT


MRS. L. IRENE McLAUGHLIN, clerk-steno.
grapher in the office of the Chief, Northern Dis-
trict, Motor Transportation Division, is one of
the newest employees in an area where so many
employees have service of several decades. She
has been in this office just a bit over a month,
butcher Panama Canal service as a whole adds
up to 13V2 years..
Mrs. McLaughlin, who is a native of Newark,
N. J., began work at Coco Solo Hospital on July
8, 1947, when it was known as Colon Hospital.
She was in charge of accounting at the hospital
until January 1961, and was presented with an
outstanding performance rating.
Her husband is W. J. McLaughlin, Jr., Ch f
Foreman, Locks Operations, at Gatun Locks, and
they live at France Field.
Playing bridge, she says ,is her major hobby.


Civil Affairs And Health Bureau


Volunteers Push United Fund


The SPILLWAY this week
continues its introduction of the
Bureau and Division Chairmen
and the Keymen. Following are
those serving in the Health
Bureau and the Civil Affairs
Bureau.
Bureau Chairman for the
Health Bureau is J. P. Smith,
Jr., with A. B. Carr, Jr., as
alternate. They are assisted by
10 Division Chairmen and 87
Keymen.
Mrs. Marcia H. Van Horne
is Division Chairman in the Of-
fice of the Director R. U.
Schultz heads the effort in the
Division of Veterinary Medi-
cine, assisted by Keyman Clif-
ford Francis. Mrs. Maxine Da-
vis is Chairman in the Division
of Preventive Medicine and
Quarantine, assisted by Key-
man Roland Carter.
Mack F. Bailey is Chairman
in the Division of Sanitation.
He is assisted, on the Pacific
Side, by Richard A. Williams,
Allan A. Spencer and Wilbert
O. Gittens and, on the Atlantic
Side, by Raymond G. Bush and
George Piper.
SDivision Chairman at Gorgas
Hospital is C. E. Pearson. Key-
men are: Dental Service, Lil-
lian Gomez; Psychiatric Serv-
ice, Phillip C. Olsen; Files and
Clinic Attendants, Earl Wal-
rond; Laboratory Service, Yo-
landa Tooke and Arthur Wil-
liams; Nursing Service, Mar-
garet Wdng, Alvin Kenton, Do-
rothy Sousa, Geraldine Knick,
Julio Hooker, Margarito Wilson,
Jennie Johannes, Eswald Wil-
liams, Delta Sampsell, Ethel
Myers, Edwin Anderson, Cece-
lia Wensing, Nathaniel Cole,
Clara Saarinen, Alphonso
Moore and Yolanda Diaz.
Housekeeping Department,
Lawrence Burton; EKG' and
Isotope, Mhria Vasquez; Ra-
diofo'gy Service,' Alice Suisman
and Mardus Smith; 'Physicians,
Interns and Residents,'Dr. Dou-
gl&A,` Dri Gruver arid Dr. Pres-
cott; Central Supply, Helen
Plumer, Pharmacy, Alexander


Egudin; Food Service, Lillie Bureau Chairman for the
Wood and Stanford M y r i e; Civil Affairs Bureau is E. L.
Clinic Clerks and Secretaries, Farlow. He is assisted by eight
Elizabeth Brown; G a m b o a Division Chairmen and 40 Key-
Medical Clinic, Charles Jordan; men.
Accounting Section, E. June Mrs. Bonnie K. Thompson is
Hopkins and Ashton Philpotts; Division Chairman for the Di-
Administrative Section, R. L. rector's Office, License Section
Thompson; Admitting Office, and Civil Defense. R. A. Wainio
Eva F. Smith and Raphael is Chairman in the Customs
Price; Sterile Supply, Alberto Division. Keymen are, on the
Turner. Pacific Side, G. L. Cain and
Division Chairman for Coco Herbert L. Clark and, on the
Solo Hospital is David C. Mc- Atlantic Side, A. E. Greene.
Ilhenny, with Louise Griffon as Division Co-Chairmen in the
alternate. Keymen are: Dental Fire Division are, on the Paci-
Service, Dr. W. F. French; fic Side, Capt. E. L. Cotton
Admitting Office, Anita Collins; and, on the Atlantic Side, Capt.
Dietary Service, Helen F. Ho- J. A. Taber.
version and Hidderson Britton; Keymen assisting Capt. Cot-
Accounting, Patricia Ne lli s; ton are Irvin Clark, Gifford H.
Nursing Service, Ann E. Kong- Archer, Luther C. Parris, Jos-
fang, Ruby E. Radel, Claren A. celyn A. Caton, Charles E.
Boyce, Barbara C. Bryan, Do- Brown and Vernal R. Henry.
ris C. Denny, Winston O. Tho- Keymen assisting Capt. Taber
mas, Emigdio Carvajal B., are John R. Lewis, Arthur
Edith Johnson, Mildred R. Evans, Ralph A. Gooding and
Largent, Edna T. Karpinski, Rudolph Landers.
Beverly L. Watson, Nicols V.
Forde, Granville Brown, An- Library Division Chairman is
dress R. Ferguson and Emma Alfred C. Bushell. Police Divi-
dres R. Ferguson and sion Chairman is G. L. Koontz.
E. ,--.. p. Keymen in the Police Division
cado; Procurement and Supply, are, on the Pacific Side, Mrs.
Cecil Springer; Physical Thera- Frances D. Jones, J. C. Suther-
py, Ruth Elders; Medical Serv- land and Captain W. H. Munyon
ice Dr. t0. C. Iron; House- and. on the Atlantic Side, L.
keeping Service, Fred L. Work- L. Largent.
man and Santiago Morrice; Postal Division Chairman is
Laboratory Service, Susan S. R. L. Snyder.. Keymen assist-
Smith; Central Records, Nor- ing him are, on the Pacific
ma Belland; Pharmacy, James Side, E. N. Burton and C. Hoff-
Agee; Outpatient Service, Dr. meyer and, on the Atlantic
Henry de la Garza; Outpatient Side, T. L.. Sellers; Chairman
Clinic Nursing Service, Beulah of the Schools Division is A.
K. Smithson; .Operating Suite, H. Byrd. Keymen on the Pacific
Bonnie D. Perry. Side are Mrs. M."'Green, Char-
Division Chairman for Coro- les L. Latimer, R. C. Michel,
zal Hospital is Dr. Weldon C. C. A. Dubbs, Mrs. Marie Neal,
White. Keymen are Santa Rios, J. C. Fawcett, W. C. Garber,
Gloria Hallett, Barbara J. Falk, Miss J. Carrington, A. M.
Berton Knight, -Eric McDonald Parchment, Robert W, White,
and Marva Carter. David A. Speir, Jr., Howell. At-
Division Chairman for Palo well and Carlos A. Vaz, Jr.
SSeco Leprosarium is John R. Keymen on the Atlantic Side
Thomson, with Marie V. Weber are Mrs. Helen Rushing,
as alternate. Keymen are Gla- George Gercich, P. L. Beck,
dys A. Arauz and Alexander ;i, iljpm Wilkie and Alfredo
W. Webster. Cragwell.


Credit Union


Field Day


Saturday
Credit Union field day. will be
held Saturday, at Santa Cruz and
at Lake View golf course on the
Pacific Side of the Isthmus.
The day's events will open at
8:45 a.m. with golf at the Lake
View course and tennis at Santa
Cruz.
All the other activities, at Santa
Cruz, are scheduled as follows:
9 a.m., softball; 10 d.m. basket-
ball; 12 noon, dominoes; 12:30
p.m. volleyball; 2 pm., potato
relay, sack relay, tug-o-war, soft-
ball, and distance throw.
Dancing for all ages will start
at 6 p.m. Progressive bridge will
be played bj' those who do not
dance.
The ever-popular burros, Man-
cho and Gatto, will be on hand
to provide rides for the smaller
fry.


Women's Welfare

Group To' Meet
A general meeting of the Pan-
ama Canal Women's Welfare
Group will be held on Monday,
October 21, at 9:30 a.m. at the
Panama Canal Training Center in
Balboa.
All women interested in the
work of the Panama Canal Wo-
men's Welfare Group are invited
to attend.



Retirement Fete

Set For Stockham

The Pacific Lock Employes
Association is planning a re-
tirement party for Roy C.
Stockham, Locks Division chief.
It will be held in the Tivoli
Guest House at 7 p.m. Nov. 15.
Lucho Azcarraga and his con-
junto will play. Tickets are
available from T. A. Marti
(2-4378), and M. B. Woodruff
(2-2491) and H a r r y Whitney
(2-4378).


Official Notices
Until the return to duty next
January 20 of Roger W. Adams,
Superintendent, Motor Trans-
portation Division, Pau 1 R.
Kuyoth will be Acting Super-
intendent.

During the absence of the
Health Director, Dr. R. J.
Kamish, Col. Edward Singer-
foos will serve as Acting Health
Director.

Laminating work has been
transferred from the Adminis-
trative Services Division to the
Personnel Bureau and is now
being done by the Records and
Administrative Branch. Build-
ing 366, Ancon.

Thomas F. Thompson, for-
merly chief geologist for the
Panama Canal, was a member
of a special geology board to
approve or condemn a site
picked for a dam in Colorado.


SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is an official publication of the
Panama Canal Balboa Heights.
C. Z News articles contained in it
are made available to all interest-
ed news media for whatever use
they may wish to make of them
and may be reprinted without of-
ficial clearance.
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is printed weekly at the Star and
Herald Publishing Co. Panama.
Republic of Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE
Robert i. Fleming. Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended tor publication
in the SPILLWAY should be receiv-
ed in the Panama Canal Press Of-
fice no later than Tuesday after
noon of the week of publication.
Urgent material, can be received
and processed .tor: use the. same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mail material
to PANAMA. CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box Hi Bailbqa Heights. .-S.


SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-EBF: World War I
4:30-Paragon Playhouse
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15--Sacred Heart
6:30-Communism-Myth
vs. Reality
7:00-Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS IN
REVIEW
9:00-Special: Project 20
10:30-Whats My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Circle Theatre
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--agic Land of
Alakazarm
5:30-Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Global Zobel
7:00-I've Got A Secret
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
Show
8:00-Zane Grey Theatre
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Movietime:
"Vogues"
10:30-Court of Last Resort
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FINAL EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-Accent
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-ARMED FORqES
NEWS
7:15-BIENVEN IDO
7:30--Andy Griffith
8:00-Keefe Braselle Show
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Armchair Theatre:
"Killer At Large"
10:00--ack Paar
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Danny Thomas
Dick Van Dyke

WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-American Musical
Theatre
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-AROUND AND
ABOUT
7:15-Newsreel
7:30-Flight
8:00-Perry Come
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Armed Forces
Screen Magazine
9:30-Slump the Stars
10:00-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Keefe
Braselle

THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EbITION
5:05-KIDS KLd'B
5:30-Planet Earth
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-SHOWCASE
8:00-Talent Scouts
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Sing Along w/Mltch
10:00-The Thin Man
10:30-Picture This
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
FRIDAY
4:S0-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Boots and Saddles
5:30-Harvest
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35--Report
7:00-Bob Newhart
7:30-Hootenanny
8:00-Special: Tune Up
for America
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Price is Right
9:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN BOWLING
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Alien
SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Sat. Double
Feature: "Vogues"
& "Killer at Large"
5:00-Celebrity Golf
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-US 'Steel Hour
10:00-Fight of the Week
10:45-Air Force Story
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15--Steve Allee









ABRE MANANA FERIA COMMERCIAL


La persona mas atareada en el local de la Cuarta Feria Comercial Anual, en Zona del Cana
S Corozal, lo era sin lugar a dudas el funcionario de la Policia, R. W. (Dick) Ches. Habra alli
son, sobre cuyos hombros recay6 la responsabilidad de la instalaci6n de los jue- delos de carro
gos y diversiones que funcionarin en el piso superior del edificio 19 de Corozal. nunca antes.
Por otro lado el president de la Feria, B. J. Elich, y sus co-presidentes A. D. Products
Hutchings, Jr. y W. L. De La Mater, asi come sus otros asistentes, tambi6n do- tivos primordi
blaban el lomo para ultimar los arreglos encaminados a que el espectaculo supere vastedad de p
este aiio a los anteriores. y el interior y
Despu6s de la ceremonia official de la inauguraci6n, que se efectuara a la una Canal.
de la tarde mafiana, y hasta la hora de clausura a las diez de la noche del domin- Algunos de
go 27 de los corrientes, Hutchings, estara a cargo de los tres pisos donde se rea- obsequiarin re
lizan las exhibiciones, asi como de las atracciones incidentales a la Feria que se Las cerem
efect6en en las inmediaciones del local. che, a6n cuan
Chesson, quien de mozo viaj6 en cierta ocasi6n con un circo ambulante (Car- la tarde.
nival show) de diversiones, dice sonriente que sinti6 la sensaci6n de hallarse de El vice-Go
nuevo en tal atm6sfera. Cimara de Cc
El conoce bien qu6 juegos atraen mayor interns y en qu6 esta el p6blico mas remonias de a
anuente a invertir 10 centavos. (El precio medio de los juegos sera ese, 10 cen- Comandante ei
tavos). Ej6rcito de lo
Habra once juegos distintos, todos intalados per Chesson y los ganadores lo. rc
graran premios c6nsonos con su destreza. El horario
Las Girl Scouts de la Zona del Canal, estarin a cargo de los juegos. SAbados y
Hoy se estan dando los l6timos toques a los centenares de exhibiciones int-. Dias de se
resantes e impresionantes que expondran, en los dos primeros altos del edificio, El Preside
empresas y firmas de Panama. Estas exhibiciones son la parte principal de la bert J. Flemir
Feria Comercial anualmente celebrada bajo los auspicios del Fondo Unido de la cual haran ent


54 PARTICIPARAN EN LOS


EVENTS DE EQUITACION


DEL COLEGIO "LA SALLE"
Cincuenta y cuatro jinetes participarAn en la exhibici6n ecuestre que presen-
tarAn los clubes de Fuerte Clayton, Albrook y Fuerte Kobbe. El espectaculo de
equitaci6n empezarA a las dos de la tarde, llueva, truene o relampaguee, en la
cancha del Colegio "La Salle" y sera parte del program elaborado como parte
de la Feria Anual del citado Colegio.
Los events de equitaci6n, salto, carreras y demis proezas ecuestres dura-
rAn mis de hora y media.
F. S. Rudesheim, bien conocido expert en hipismo e interesado en cuanto
concierne a la equitaci6n, esta a cargo de la cBordinaci6n del program.


Mundialmente Famoso Psiquiatra

Visitard El Istmo En Noviembre


I.
de todo, desde objetos de Arte dinamarqu6s hasta los ultimos mo-
s norteamericanos. Este afio se exhibir6n mas models nuevos que
panamefios ocuparan lugar principalisimo, ya que uno de los obje-
ales es el de familiarizar al pOblico de la Zona del Canal con las
roductos de toda clase que se hallan a la venta en Col6n, Panamb
que no se encuentran usualmente en los almacenes de la Zona del
Slos exhibidores han donado mercancia valiosa para premios; otros
egalos y muchos aceptarin 6rdenes de compra.
onias a realizarse se Ilevaran a efecto el sabado a las 7 de la no-
do la Feria quedarA de hecho abierta al p6blico desde la una de

bernador, Coronel, David S. Parker y el senior Presidente de le
omercio de PanamB, Sr. don Guillermo Ford, presidiran en las ce-
pertura, asistiendo tambi6n al acto el General Andrew P. O'Meara,
n Jefe del Comando del Sur y otros oficiales de alta graduaci6n del
s Estados Unidos.
de la Feria serA:
domingos: de 1:00 a 10:00 p.m.
mana: de 7:00 a 10:00 p.m.
*nte Chiari, de PanamA y el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Ro-
ig, Jr., visitaran la Feria el miircoles 23 de octubre ,ocasi6n en (a
trega de algunos premios a los ganadores.


El psiquiatra escoces
de faina international Dr.
Maxwell S. Jones, visita-
ra el Istmo entire el 11 y
el 16 del mes entrante,
ocasi6n en que realizard
un trabajo de evaluaci6n
de los tratamientos que se
siguen en el Hospital de
Corozal.
EI Dr. Jones es uno de


los pioneros en el desa-
rrollo de m6todos curati-
vos y en la revision de
concepts comunales. Re-
sidente de Melrose, Esco-
cia, ocupa el cargo de
M6dico Superintendente
del Hospital Dingleton.
En 1959 gan6 el pre-
mio ISAAC RAY de la
Asociaci6n Americana de


S CLAUSURASE MANANA LA SEMANA

DE ASOCIACIONES DE CREDIT


Con movido program de ac-
vidades atl6ticas y sociales lle-
gari mafiana a su termino la
Semana 'de las Asociaciones de
Crtdito que ha sido observada
con el mayor entusiasmo este
ano.
El program de events es el
siguiente:
A.M.
8:45-Golf en Lakeview.
8:45-Tenis en Santa Cruz.
9:00-Softball en Santa Cruz.
10:00-Baloncesto en Santa
Cruz.
M.
12:00--Juego de Domin6 en
Santa Cruz.
P.M.
12:30-Volibol en Santa Cruz.
A las dos de'la tarde habrA
juegos al aire libre consisten-
tes en carreras en sacos, tirar
de la cuerda, pelota suave, lan-
zamiento de pelota, etc. Los bu-
rritos Mancha y Gato, estarAn
a la disposici6n de las criatu-
ras que deseen pasearlos.
A las seis de la tarde se ini-
ciarA el Gran Baile que pondrA
MISCELANEAS
* Paul R. Kuyoth estA actuan-
do interinamente como Super.
intendente de la Divisi6n de
Transporte, hasta el regreso de
Roger W. Adams, el 20 de ene-
ro entrante.
El Coronel Edward Singer-
foos, por otro lado, estf actuan-
do como Director de Salubridad
mientras dure la ausencia del
doctor R. J. Kamish.


fin a las festividades, partici-
pando en el mismo j6venes de
todas las edades. A esa misma
hora se realizarAn juegos de
bridge.
Los encargados de los even-
tos conque se observara la Se-
mana de las Asociaciones de
Cradito han manifestado su
agrado por la calurosa acogia
y respaldo que se di6 a los mis-
mos en todas las comunidades
latinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal.

CASI MIL

ALUMNOS
Treintinueve estudiantes in-
gresaron a la primera clase
"junior" de la Universidad de
la Zona del Canal. Por otro ]a-
do el alumnado de primer aho
llega a una cifra 6 veces ma_
yor, sumando 256 estudiantes
permanentes. Los de segundo
afio montan a solo 141 y ya ha-
cen cAlculos sobre cuAntos pa-
saran a "juniors" el afio veni-
dero.
En total se han matriculado
924 estudiantes de los cuales
488 tomaran cursos parciales.
El nimero de varones supera
ligeramente al de mujeres: 469
a 455.
Tambi6n se ha revelado que
el nfmero de alumnos de cur-
so complete o permanentes su-
pera en un 33 por ciento el del
afio precedent.


Psiquiatras y ya en 1954
habia sido honrado con la
Orden Britinica de C.B.
E. en la Lista de Honor
de la Reina, que apare-
ce en el cumpleafios de
Su Majestad. El afio pa-
sado el Presidente Ken-
nedy lo design miembro
del Concejo Nacional de
Rehabilitaci6n Vocacio-
nal.
Tambi6n es asesor de los
Estados de California, Co-
lorado, illinois, Oregon y
Wisconsin y autor de mu-
chos libros cientificos.
El afamado psiquiatra
visitarA los Estados Uni-
dos antes de fines de afio.


EI Canal Je PanmaM





PILLWAY


VOL. II No. 18


VIERNES, Octubre 18, 1963


TODO MARCHA BIEN aunque parezca lo contra rio en la grafica, donde se muestra Is nueva plan.
ta de la Imprenta de La Boca, Zone del Cane'. El equipo pesado va Ilegando rapidamente y va sien-
do desembalado pare su mAs ripida instalaci6n. Ya estAn determinados los sitios donde quedare
cotocada cada miquina, estando marcado con tiza el lugar exacto. El trabalo progress satisfat-
tornamente y sin mayors tropiezos que los inherentes a toda mudanza de su volume y dimension.








?hgin DO SPI WYOtbe1 e16


TODOS UNIDOS


AL FONDO UNIDO


La organizaci6n del Canal de
Panama ha logrado ya el 80 por
eiento de la cuota de $74.800 que
tiene como meta, en la campafia
9 favor del Fondo Unido de la
fona del Canal. Esto significa
Vue ya se han ingresado unos
960,000, inclusive donaciones que
provienen hasta de Alemania!
La Direcci6n del Personal sobre-
pas6 su cuota, contribuyendo
115%; lo propio sucedi6 con el
Despacho del Gobernador que ha
donado 106%, siendo estas las fini-
cas dos dependencias que hayan
sobrepasado la cuota que les fue-
ra asignada.
Sigue enseguida la Contraloria
con 92% y la Direcci6n de Asun-
tos Civiles con 85%. La de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales ha cu-


bierto ya el 82% de la cuota.
La Direcci6n de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n Ileva el 79% y la
de Transporte y Terminales el
73% de su meta.
Rezagados andan la Direcci6n
de Salubridad con 59% y la de
Marina con el 55%.
Faltando todavia las contribucio-
nes de muchos empleados, los en-
cargados de la campafia del Fon-
do Unido se sienten optimistas en
lograr pronto la meta de $74,800
correspondiente al Canal de Pa.
nama.
Este es un esfuerzo comunal
en que today la comunidad debe
de participar ya que es la bene.
ficiada con el Fondo Unido, a
trav6s de las 19 organizaciones
que reciben la ayuda que se de.
talla en cr6nica aparte.


RALPH FLEMMING (izq.) observa atentamente a V. Bynoe mientras Bste mide cuidadosamente
el PUT en la esperanza de colocar la bola en la copa durante el torneo de golf, celebrado el do.
mingo en la cancha de Lakeview abriendo la Semana de las Asociaciones de Cr6dito. H. Cock
extremaa derecha), aguarda turno para su PUTTING.


"Preciosa Coleccion" Llama

Durin a la Donada por Dade

Al Museo Nacional de Panama


Una preciosa colecci6n de ar-
tefactos de la Era pre-colombi-
na, ha sido donada al Museo
Nacional de Panama, por el ar-
que6logo Philip L. Dade, seginu
anunciara el senior Paul Durin,
president de la Sociedad Ami
gos del Museo.
El senior Duran revel6 ese ge-
neroso gesto durante entrevista
televisada por la SCN-TV esta
semana ,afiadiendo que el doc-
tor Alejandro Mendez, Director
del Museo Nacional de Panama,
habia quedado muy gratamen-
te impresionado.
El senior Dade es Director de
la Defense Civil en la Zona del
Canal y su interns en la ar-


queologia data de much tiem-
po.
La "Colecci6n Philip Dade"
consistent en urnas, vasijas y
otros ejemplares de ceramica
ornamental, fue puesta en exhi-
bici6n por primera vez anoche
al inaugurarse la exposici6n de
70 pinturas chinas.
El Museo Nacional de Pana-
ma tiene, pues, en exhibici6n,
al moliento; la Colecci6n Dade,
la pintura china prestada por
la UNESCO y las cabezas mon-
tadas de piezas de caza mayor
logradas en Africa y en Alas-
ca, por los hermanos Young.
La exhibici6n puede ser visita-
da durante las horas hAbiles
sin cost alguno.


LOS TENISTAS TAMBIEN tuvieron su dia al iniciarse la Semana de las Asociaciones de Cr4dito
el domingo pasado. Aqui vemos en la pista de Paraiso, de izquierda a derecha: H. L. Rose, J.
Mitchell, A. Belgrave, S. D. Callender, F. Bradley, Jos6 French, Oscar Simmons, J. Hayte, Car-
los Simmons, V. Sampson, W. Woodcock, L. Small, antes de empezar el refiido torneo.


Feria de

La Salle
La Fcria annual que tradicio-
nalmente celebra el Colegio La
Salle en su Sede de El Can_
grejo, se inaugura hoy confor-
me a informaci6n que nos su-
ministrara el senior J. Quinte-
ro, president del Club de Pa-
dres de Familia.
La feria funcionarf no solo
hoy, sino que se extender al
dia de mafiana y clausurarA el
domingo en la noche.
Durante la Feria se presen-
tarAn espectAculos de diversion
en que actuary el renombrado
mago chino; habrA competen-
cias de nataci6n entire nadado-
res zoneitas y de Panama y se
ofrecera el espectAculo ecues-
tre en que participant varies
equipos de Equitaci6n del Ist-
mo.
Habri t6mbolas, juegos y co-
midas consistentes en plates
culinarios chinos, espajoles y
panamefos.


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0


A QUIENES AYUDA


EL FONDO UNIDO
La meta fijada de $140.000 que se propone allegar los en-
cargados de la campaiia para el Fondo Unido se espera que
sea lograda gracias a la generosidad de los contribuyentes.
Las entidades que se beneficiardn con ese dinero son:
Cruz Roja Am ericana................................................ ........................$22.800
Sociedad Americana de Salubridad.................. ............ 180
Sociedad de Trabajadores Religiosos del Atldntico.......... 2.500
Boy Scouts, Concejo de la Z. del C................................... 21.000
Girl Scouts, Concejo de la Zona del Canal....................... 13.535
Comitd contra el Cdncer, Z. del C......................................... 12.000
Comitd de Personas Incapacitadas............................................ 5.000
Boy Scouts Internacionales....... ........................................ 5.200
Girl Scouts, Internacionales............................................................... 4.000
Servicio Social Internacional..................................................... 85
Centro Hebreo de Beneficencia, USO........................................ 5.600
Asociaci6n Nacional de Recreo.............................. 83
Ejdrcito de Salvaci6n................................................................. .. 14.140
Junta de Recreo Veraniego, Comunidades L. A................. 1.750
Asociaci6n anti-tuberculosa..... ..................................... ........ 8.200
Servicio Unido de Marinos............................... ............ 58
Asociaci6n de Servicio Unidos, Inc................................ 1.530
YMCA de Balboas........--.--- --- -- 9.000
YMCA de Cristdbal...... ------- 9.000


Wgifna DOS_


SPILLWAY


Octubre 18 de 1963







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ESCOBAR, ROWLAND, PADDYFOOT Y MURREL


Y


EL


RELEVO'


Nueva Marca Impusieron en el

Relevo 4 x50 Estilo Libre

de la Categoria Infantil "B"




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:-
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JORGE ESCOBAR primeroo a la derecha), triunfador en el even.
to de los 100 metros libres de la categoria juvenile "A" en las com-
petencias organizadas por la Comisi6n Nacional de Nataci6n de
Panama, que se realizaron el sabado 12 de octubre en la Piscina
Olimpica, aparece junto con su hermana Carmen Escobar y otros
nadadores destacados de las Escuelas Lat;noamericanas de la Zo-
na del Canal.


A REGISTRARSE CON BERNAL

PARA FINALES DE NATACION


Los nadadores adults que
deseen participar en los even-
tos de nataci6n que forman party
te de las actividades atl6ticas
conque se observa la Semana
de las Asociaciones de Cr6dito,
deben de ponerse en contact
con Alcides Bernal, el Instruc-
tor de Nataci6n de la piscina
de Paraiso. Las competencias
se iniciaran el viernes a las 7
de la noche.
El sabado a la una de la
tarde se realizarA en la cancha
de Santa Cruz, un partido de


balompi6 de exhibici6n.
La marat6n de domin6 con-
tinuara a las 7 de la noche en
el gimnasio de Paraiso, siendo
los anfitriones el Club de Pio-
neros.
En los partidos del miercoles
en la noche en Santa Cruz (el
Club 75 hizo de anfitri6n) los
resultados fueron los siguien-
tes:


Los Ases,
Pioneros,
Hornets,
Santa Cruz,


3.100
3.000
2.800
2.000


ELLAS LOS VENGARON


El torneo de volibol que se
verifica como parte del pro-
grama de atletismo con el cual
se celebra la Semana de las
Asociaciones de Cr6dito, des-
pert6 gran entusiasmo entire los
aficionados en el gimnasio de
Paraiso, cuyo equipo masculi-
no se impuso al de Santa Cruz
15-12, 15_12.
En otro partido los Pioneros
derrotaron al First National
City Bank 15-7 y 15-10.
El equipo femenino de Santa
Cruz veng6 la derrota infligida
por Paraiso al conjunto mascu-
lino al derrotar a las paradisiA-
cas 15-12, 17-15 y 15_9.


En refiido partido de balon-
cesto celebrado en el gimnasio
de Santa Cruz, durante la Se-
mana de las Asociaciones de
Cr6dito, el equipo local se im-
puso al del First National City
Bank por 47 a 44.
Frank Vantepool anot6 14
puntos por el equipo ganador y
Quevar encest6 16 para los ban-
queros.
En el segundo partido de la
noche, el Club 75 se apunt6 74
tantos para derrotar a Paraiso
que solo logr6 71 tantos. Jos6
Morales marc 19 puntos por
los ganadores y Oliver Welck
16 por los vencidos.


INFANTIL SE DESTACARON


A la altura se portaron los
nadadores que integraban el
"team" de nataci6n que repre-
sent6 a las Escuelas Latino_
americanas en la competencia
de nataci6n organizada por la
Comisi6n de Nataci6n de Pa-
nama, con motive de la con-
memoraci6n del "Dia de la Ra-
za", la cual tuvo como esce-
nario la pileta de la Exposi-
ci6n.
El conjunto de las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas, obtuvo el se-
gundo puesto por equipo, el
puesto de honor, primer pues.
to por equipo, correspondi6 al
equipo de Panama y el tercer
puesto al equipo de Col6n. Con
respect a las diferentes cste-
gorias los tritones zoneitas se
impusieron en las categories
Juvenil "A" Damas y Juvenil
"B" Varones.
Entre los nadadores que mAs
se destacaron por parte del
equipo de las Escuelas Latino-
americanas, podemos citar a
Escobar, Jorge quien se impu-
so en los 100 metros libres de
la categoria Juvenil "A"; los
nadadores Rowland, Antonio;
Padyfoot, Guillermo y Murrel,
Walter, quienes ocuparon el pri-
mer, segundo y tercer puesto
respectivamente, en los 100 me-
tros estilo Pecho en la catego-
ria Juvenil "B". El relevo 4 x
50 metros estilo Libre cate'go-
ria Infantil "B", integrada por
los nadadores Coco, Luis Ny-
les, Johnny; Hemmings, Sa-
muel; Maynard, Ruperto; im-
puso una nueva marca nacio-
nal para dciha distancia.
Tritones Zoneitas
En Panamar
Un event international
de nataci6n en que partici-
parin nadadores juveniles
de Panama y de la Zona
del Canal, sera la nota cul-
minante de la Feria Anual
del Colegio "La Salle" el
domingo por la tarde.
Los nadadores zonetias
-todos entire los 9 y los 12
aiios de edad- tomarAn
parte en las competencias
siguientes:
Estilo libre, espaldas, 25
metros y 50 metros.
La especialista en recrea-
ci6n ,sefiora Alice Leftridge
y el Guarda, Jimmy Man-
ning, de la piscina de BaL
boa acompafiaran a los pe-
quefios atletas que parti-
ciparan en los events que
se llevarAn a cabo, empe-
zando a las 2 de la tarde
en la piscina del Colegio
"La Salle" en El Cangrejo.


FERNANDO BRADLEY: TENISTA


Un empate trifAcico o tripar-
tito se ha producido en el tor-
neo de golf de la Semana de
las Asociaciones de Cr6dito que
se Ileva a cabo en la cancha
de Lakeview. Los iltimos 18
hoyos del torneo de 36 huecos
se jugarAn el sAbado para cuan-
do H. Hurley, A. Tobares y V.
Escobar -empatados a 72- dTe-
cidirAn quien es el ganador.
La sorpresa bien podrian dar-
la R. McClaude o E. Wright,
que estAn a un tiro de los pun_
teros.


En el segundo grupo march
a la cabeza H. Cooke con 77,
seguido de A. Johnson con 79
y B. Sevino con 80.
V. Savage domina al tercer
grupo con 78, y le sigue H.
Gabsby con tres puntos detrAs.
Fernando Bradley liquid en
la cancha de tenis a Arnold.
Belgrave en dos sets 6-2, 6-3;
mientras que Vincent Sampson
derrot6 a William Woodcock
6-2, 6-0 y John Mitchell se im-
puso a Hoyte 4-6. 6-4. 6_0.
Los partidos finales se verifi-
carAn el sAbado en Santa Cruz.


BUCANEROS


APACHES


26



25


Continuan los partidos de baloncesto de esta liga. El mi6r-
coles se impuso el potente equipo Bucaneros sobre Apaches, con
un puntaje de 26 a 25 respectivamente. Se destacaron por los
ganadores: A. Garibaldo con 8 y A. Morales con 6 puntos. Por
los perdedores: E. Cooper con 6 y M. Salazar con 6 puntos.
CALENDARIO DE JUEGOS DE LA JUVENILE
Equipos JG JP
APACHES ......................... 1 4
BUCANEROS ...................... 5 0
CELTICS ........................... 3 3
II FRENTE ........................ 3 1



PUGILATO AFICIONADO A

BENEFICIO DE HERMANAS

DE LA CARIDAD HAY HOY


A beneficio de las Hermani-
tas de la Caridad sera el pr6xi-
mo program de pugilato afi-
cionado que tiene concertddo
para hoy viernes en el que par-
ticiparan conocidos pigiles lo-
cales.
Las Herma'tas manejan el
Colegio San Vicente de Paul y
la labor social que realizan es
de todos conocida por los lar_
gos aftos que a ella han dedi-
cado a costa do grades sacri-
ficios.
Los encuentros pactados se
detallan enseguida:


PROGRAM
Carlos Rodriguez vs.
Sugar Ramos 105 libras.
Cecilio McKenzie vs.
Jos6 Valladeres 126 libras.
Bebe Nelson vs.
Arnulfo Romero 112 libras.
Julio Davis vs.
Vicente Ortiz 112 libras.
Jos6 Garcia vs.
Abelardo Racero 122 libras.
PRECIOUS:
Ringside ............B/.0.50
Entrada General ... 0.25
Nifios y boxeadores. 0,10


TORNEO INTERCOLEGIAL

DE BALONCESTO CONTINUE


El mi6rcoles a las seis de la
tarde continue el program de-
portivo de baloncesto, con in-
teresantes y movidos partidos
entire los quintetos Santa Cruz
y Rainbow City de la Junior
High de ambas ramas.
En el partido femenino, se
impusieron las chicas de Rain-
bow City por un estrecho mar-
gen de una canasta. Qued6 el
partido 14 a 12. Hubo much
entusiasmo en este encuentro,
ya que la barra con sus nutri-
dos aplausos lo manifestaba.
Por las ganadores se destac6 la
jugadora R. Small, quien ano-
t6 10 puntos para su equipo, y
por las perdedoras la destaca-
da deportista M6nica Millett


con 6 tantos.
En la rama masculina, el
partido fue verdaderamente es-
pectacular, porque los mucha-
chos del professor Abrego, hicie-
ron magnificas jugadas.
Se destac6 en este movido
encuentro ,el aguerrido Renal-
do Stennett ,quien anot6 para
su equipo 14 puntos, Sealey Ar-
turo con 6 puntos, Jones Loren.
zo con 6 tantos, Charles Brath-
wite con 4 puntos y Everett Ri-
cardo con 2, para acumular asi
un total de 32 puntos, sobre los
pupilos del professor Morhaim
de Rainbow City, quienes ano-
taron un total de 23 puntos, des-
tacandose entire los perdedores:
Callymore con 6 puntos y Ji-
m6nez con 6.


CANASTEROS DE PARAISO: aparecen en la foto que aqui publicamos el quintet quo particips
en repr'esentaci6n de Paraiso en el torneo de baloncesto intercolegial superior. Al fondo, de piS.
el director professor Cedric Bailey, Jos6 Stennett, Roger Hudson, Claude Hogan, Carlos Chamebr,
Carlos Yearwood, Tyrone Youngs, Alfredo Myers, Lorenzo Robinson, Antonio Cooper, Kennett Me
Farlane, Rodolfo Richards, Federico Ellington, Ferninad Warren y Jos6 Morales.








oct,-vre T3 de 19563


SPILLWAT


Pigina CUATRO


rm,


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
12:00-Peleas que hideroa
historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30--Cine en su Casa
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Generaci6n
5:15-El Mundo al
Instant
5:45-Programa Especial
6:30-Jitazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-Un Paso al M61
AlId
9:30-Rodeo
10:30-Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semcnal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15--Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30--Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Ajedrez Fatal
9:00--Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10: 5-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportaies
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiestq de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30--Noticias
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biografia
8:00-Fred Astaire
Present
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2: 15-Reportales
Mundiales
3:00--Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitan
8:00-Dibulos Animadoe
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Anmaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Robert Taylor
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Srle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportales
Mundiales
38:00-Toleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
S:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45--Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticia
7:00-Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-La Hora Once
9:30-Peter Gunn
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avancel
2:15-Beportales
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrelitas
6:00--E Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Bifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
9:00-El Fabricanto do
Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00--Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00--Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Avances
3:15-Reportales
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45--Fieta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatr


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CANAL 4
DOMINGO

10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Lecrerc
11:00-SIlvesd Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazaiias del Espaclo
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
3:30-Pelicula
5:30-Alegrias Infantiles
6:00-Furia
6:30-Cero no
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientes
9:00-Encrucijada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Los Bucaneros
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Corrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Muier
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
Espacio
6:30-Ley del Rev6lver
700-Noticias
7:30-Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-La Actrix
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Ruta 66
MARTES
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Randall El Jusliciero
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45--Buena. Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00--Tres Caras de Muler
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00E Hombre en el
Espacio
6:30-Yogi Bear
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Los Defensores
10:00-Programa Especial
10:30-Noticias
MIERCOLES

Il:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Diario de a Bordo
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-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en *e
OEspaclo
6:30--vanho*
7:00-Noticias
7:30--ir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Canciones
8:30-La Actris
9:00E1 Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
JUEVEs
1:30--Alegrias Infantile*
12:15-Rev6lver a la
Orden
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 Mules
5:30-Titeres C6micca
6:00-El Hombre en el
Espacio
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30-La Actris
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dick Powell Show
VIERNES
1:30--Noticias
11:30-Alegrias Infaritiles
12:15-La Legi6n
Extranjera
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30--Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Tre* Caras de Muler
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en eli
Espacio
6:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Actrix
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-La Era Siniestra
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-Noticias
SABADO
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Llanero Solitario
12:45--Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30-Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00-Tres Caras de Mufez
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocinao en T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
Espacio
6:30-Investigador
Submarine
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
:9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticias'
10:15-Pelicula
IhOO-FINAL EDITION


IESPEIIIJIA


ALEGRE


EN HONOR DE CONCERTO
El pr6ximno jueves, 24 de oc-
S r' tubre, el Club Du Vonet, pre-
ST I h 11 I l sentara su Gran Concierto de
Aniversario en el gimnasio del
La Asociaci6n de Empleados Instituto Panamericano, en el
de las Esclusas del Pacifico es- que actuary el Orfe6n Rockwell
tA preparando una fiesta de de Col6n.
despedida en honor de Roy C. "Brindis en Canto" se titula-


Stockham, jefe de la Divisi6n
de Esclusas, quien esta a pun-
to de jubilarse.
La popular orquesta de Lucho
Azoarraga, amenizara el acto
que ha de efectuare en la Casa
de Hu6spedes Tivoli el 15 de
noviembre, a las 7 de la no-
che.
Los boletos pueden obtenerse
de T. A. Marti (telnfono 2-1294)
o de Harry Whitney (2_4378) o
de M. B. Woodruff (2-2491).



SPILLWAY




Publcacl6n official del Canal ae
Panmal, impresa semanalmente en
los tallores de "La Estrella de Pa-
nama' en la ciudad de Panamd.
Republica de Panama. Se autori-
sa la reproducci6n ya tuere verbal
o escrita, de cualquler er6nica o
noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesi.
dad de solicitud expresa.

GOBERNADOB DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Bobert I. Fleming, Ir.

Vicegobernador
David S. Parker
Ifef de la Oficina de Informacl6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informaci6n que se deseare
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibida en la oficina del lete de
Prensa a, md tardar el martes on
la tarde 'par la pr6xima edici6n
Informaci6n de cardcter urgente ao-
dria ser entreqada el miercoles y
hasta el iueves antes del 'mediodia.

Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
NAMA CANAL, SPILLWAY, Apar-
lado M. Balboa, Zona del Cangl.
_________,.


GEORGE BRAWAND, nuevo
administrator de la Casa de
Hu6spedes Tivoli, aprendi6 el
negocio de nifio ya que su pa-
dre era un CHEF de fama in.
ternacional y su familiar era
duefia de hotels en Suiza. Aun
cuando el se dedic6 al aspec-
to administrative del negocio
hotelero, todavia conserve gra-
do de excelencia en el arte cu-
linario.
Oriundo de Illinois, Brawand,
pas6 su nifiez cerca de Chicago,
y en esa ciudad adquiri6 sus
conocimientos del negocio, tra.
bajando al mismo tiempo.
Durante los iltimos 28 afios
ha trabajado maximamente en
hotels del medio oeste de los
Estados Unidos, siendo sub-Ge.
rente de grandes hotels como
el La Salle y el Kniokerbocker,
de Chicago, y gerente del Ho-
tel Roberts, de Muncie, Indiana
y el Oak Park Arms, en Oak
Park, Illinois.
Antes de venir al Istmo, tra.
bajaba con la Ihnkeeper, Inc.,
firm de asesores de Illinois y
Florida que se especializa en
problems relatives a alimen-
tos y bebidas.


ra el espectfculo que promete
ser del agrado general de la
concurrencia ,seg6n los encar.
gados del program.
Se cobrara un d6lar por bo-
leto de admisi6n, pagadero a la
entrada. La funci6n empezara
exactamente a las ocho de la
noche.
La pr6xima sesi6n del Club
sera en la residencia del Pre-
sidente en Rio Abajo.


CALENIDARlD lIE EVENTS
18 CANCELADA: la Conferencia que iba a dictar el Secre-
tario de la Embajada de Espafia, sobre el arquitecto
Antonio Gaudi.
18 DEBUT local de la comedia teatral "Roar Like a Dove",
dirigida por la sefiorita Vera Bomford en el Little
Theatre de Anc6n.
19 27 Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido.
Inmueble 19, Corozal.
21 DAMAS DEL CANAL DE PANAMA: Asamblea General.
Centro de Adiestramiento de Balboa. Hora de reunion:
9:30 a.m.
21 Procesi6n del Cristo Negro de Portobelo. una de las
mas tipicas y afamadas del Istmo.
La sexta y ultima funci6n que presentara la Asociaci6n de
Conciertos, tendr, lugar el dia 21 de Octubre a las 8:45 p.m.
en el Teatro Bellavista, y en esta oportunidad la sefora
Nellie Hirsch de Ingram, ofrecera un recital de piano.
22 Inauguraci6n de la exposici6n de cuadros del pintor co-
lombiano ENRIQUE GRAU. Lugar: M. P. Unido, Ho-
ra: 8 p.m. Clausura: 2 de Noviembre.
23 Ei Presidente de Panama, don Roberto F. Chiari, y el
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, don Robert J. Fle-
ming, Jr., acompafiados de sus sefioras esposas, visita-
ran la Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido
de la Zona del Canal en Corozal. Hora: 7:30 p.m.
25- Sociedad Anglo-Panamefia: Reuni6n General en el Sa-
16n Panama del Hotel El PanamaHilton. Hora: 8 p.m.
La profesora Dra. Reina Torres de Arauz, exhibira una
cinta sobre los Indios chocoes del Dari6n. HarA la pre-
sentaci6n el Embajador Sir Edgar Vaughan.
30 Se proyectaran las siguientes peliculas culturales faci-
tadas por la USIS.
"Arte en el Hemisferio Occidental".
"Pintura Abstracta".
"Cromolitografia como medio artistica.
Lugar: M. P. Unido. Hora: 8 p.m.
OCTUBRE
CINE-INFANTIL: Todas las peliculas que se presentarAn
en el mes de Octubre serin de Walt
Domingo 20 El Jaguar de las Amazonas (Jungle Cat).
Domingo 27 El Pescador de Galilea (The Big Fisherman).
S Lugar: Teatro Bellavista. Hora: 10 a.m.
SPrecio: B/.0.25 tanto para adults cme pa-
Si; : re ninS.


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GENtI 'E EN LA NO'T ICIA
ALBERT A. SMITH, funcio.
nario del Hospital de Coco So-
St "-.~ .. lo, recibe de manos del Gober.
S: nador Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
.un segundo premio por incenti-
.. va. En esta segunda ocasi6n en
que se hace acreedor a un pre-
mio per sugesti6n provechosa
."2 hecha per 61, el senior Smith
I ." se hizo acompafiar a la cere-
S. monia por su sefiora esposa. El
acto tuvo verificativo en la Sa-
~~a de Reuniones del Edificio de
.' ::. ;. la Administraci6n en Balboa
"....* ,, . : : Heights.
Durante el tiempo que viene

.... Premios por Incentiva en la
.Zona del Canal, son muchos los
empleados que han merecido
dos y mas veces un premio per
sugestiones encaminadas a me.
jorar algo a a establecer co-
sa que antes no habia y que
redundaria en beneficio gene-
ral para la comunidad, para la
oficina y, ciertamente, para la
organizaci6n.


Jaime Ingram: Pianista


Jaime Ingram: Musico

La vida de JAIME INGRAM ha estado siempre vinculada a
la music. Comenz6 sus studios de. piano en el Conservatorio
Nacional de Musica de Panam6 y mas tarde obtuvo una beca pa-
ra estudiar en la famosa Escuela de M6sica Julliard en Nueva
York. Despu6s de graduarse en Julliard, perfeccion6 sus studios
en el Conservatorio Nacional en Paris.
Ingram, un artist Ileno de sensibilidad y romanticismo ha
echo presentaciones en las ciudades mas importantes del mundo
como solista en recitals y conciertos acompafiado por famosas
orquestas sinf6nicas. Viaj6 por espacio de diez alios por Europa
y Suram6rica, ganando calurosos aplausos tanto del p6blico co-
mo de los critics musicales. En 1960 gan6 el primer premio en
Brasil por la mejor grabaci6n hecha ese aiao de m6sica clAsica
en piano.
En algunas ocasiorres el senior Ingram es acompaiiado al pia-
no por su esposa Nelly Hirsch de Ingram.
Cuando el sefor Ingram regres6 a Panama hauce dos afos,
le preguntaron por qu6 regresaba al pais si aqui no existia am-
biente musical.
"Si no existe, entonces es hora de que comencemos a hacer
algo", contest. Y su respuesta ha sido demostrada con hechos.
El studio que han establecido los Ingram en Paitilla para en-
sefiar historic de la m6sica y piano y las dos temporadas de con-
ciertos son la mejor demostraci6n de su respuesta.


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