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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 25, 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)

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Gxv of the Panama Canal Murelm


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S PRESIDENT ROBERTO F. CHIARI hands a citation of honor for the best art goods
United Fund Trade Fair to Gaetano Pataro of Pataro Hermanos (Distribuidora Ti
Looking on are Governor Robert J. Fleming Jr., who helped choose the winning ex
J. Elich, one of the co-chairmen for the fair.



Civic Council Votin



Set For Nov. 5, 7


Election days are just ahead
in the Canal Zone communities.
Election of Civic Council re-
presentatives to the U. S. Civic
Councils is scheduled to be held
Tuesday, November 5.
The Latin American Civic
Council elections are scheduled
for Thursday, November 7, so
as not interfere with the Inde-
pendence Day celebrations in
Panama on November 4 and 5
in which many of the Panama
Canal employees and communi-
ties participate.
-Voting places for the U. S.
Civic Councils are: Pacific Civic
Council ballot boxes in service
centers, the Administration Build-
ing, grocery and housewares sec-
Stions of the Balboa Retail Store;
Gamboa Post Office; Coco Solo
SService Center; Margarita Ser-
vice Center and Retail Store;
and Gatun Service Center. Voting
hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
with the exception of Gatun,
where voting will be between
8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
In the Latin American com-


Beavers? Si!
No, they're not making an
epic motion picture in the
Canal Zone. All the beards
you have seen for the past
month belong to Canal Zone
College students who are
getting ready for tomorrow
night's "Hootenanny" in the
College lounge at 7:30 p.m.
The get-together originally
was supposed to be a "Beat-
nik Dance," but was chang-
ed early in October.
The beards, however, will
not have been grown for
nothing. As was the case
last year, members of the
College faculty will attempt
to spot the best beard. A
prize will go to the person
who, in the judges' opinion,
has grown the best crop.
The prize may be anything
* from shaving cream to stock
in the Gillette Company to a
cash award. Each partici-
pant in the contest should
receive a prize for the mi-
sery he was forced to put
up with for a month.


munities, the ballots will .be dis-
tributed and collected from house
to house by senior students of
the high schools under the super-
vision of members of the Civic
Councils. Voting will be through-
out the day November 7.
Candidates for election in the
U. S. Civic-Councils are:
PACIFIC CIVIC COUNCIL:
Balboa District: H. Buehler,
Mrs. Betty Brown, Mrs. Leah
Barkowitz, F. Cazobon, D. Harn-
ed, M. Huff, Mrs. Peggy Mon-
tayne, Mrs. Marguerite Orr, B.
Quinn, D. Raymond, and S. Roe.
Ancon-Balboa Heights District:
Mrs. Joyce Baird, J. Chase, Mrs,
Maurine Jenks, E. Jones, Mrs.
Thelma Lowande, E. Oliver, and
G. Winberg. Diabl Heights Dis-
trict: D. Daniel and C. Vosburgh;
Los Rios District: Mrs. Ashby,
Mrs. Blystone, A. Payne, Mrs.
Sarah Rowley, L. Sharpenstein,
and C. Widell.
GAMBOA CIVIC COUNCIL:
For President, John K. Daily
and Charles S. Howe; for Coun-
cilmen: David B. Baglien, Ronald
M. Brome, Herbert H. Carlson,
Gordon H. Deuermeyer, James
N. Duffus, Sharon Dukes, Ka-
therine Foulkes, Kenneth O.
Fugleburg, Katherine Headrick,
Robert E. Lee, James H. Rus-
sell, Gisela Smith, George W.
Thompson; Jr., and Robert W.
White.
GATUN CIVIC COUNCIL:
Josephine V. Johnson, George
B. Vinal, Mary Coffey, Beatrice
Bedwell, Ruby Holtzclaw, Ann
Damiani, Jeanette L. McDonald,
Mrs. Andrew Metzger, George
Mitchell, George Babinecz, Nor-
alie Shobe, Gladys Lasher, A.
R. Moore, Letty Moore, Francis
J. Bertovich, James E. Breden-
kamp, Lee Wade, and Jean Wade.
COCO SOLO CIVIC COUNCIL:
Merrick Banks, Ronald E. Bay-
lis, Paul L. Beck, Esther Bell,
Wendell W. Bosley, Evelyn W.
Brandt, Frances Brown, C. W.
Caudill, Ann Egle, A. J. C. Egle,
Jane L. Frost, Gerald Fruth, Bet-
ty A. Heppenheimer, Henry Hep-
penheimer, Donald S. Hounschell,
Edward A. Kelly, Jr., John
Mason, John W. Meeker, Gerald-
ine Meeker, George McConnell,
John L. Odom, E. T. Paine, Ro.
bert F. Shipman, and Dr. Dale
B. Snow.
CRISTOBAL MARGARITA -
BRAZOS HEIGHTS CIVIC COUN-


CIL: Joseph Hick
Lee, Jr., Frank E.
ris Sanders, Tom
Wrenn, Bertha Br
F. Dowler, Jane
F. Huldtquist, Jr.
Jr., James O. N
Vill, Walter A. Re
Walter A. Reinheir
Fred L. Wertz.
Candidates for
Latin American
(Continued on


VOL. II No. 19


Canal


FRIDAY, October 25, 1963


Vending Machines Bring


Automated Snacks, Sodas


. So you don't think automation
is taking over huh? Very shortly
you may find it difficult to take
a step without hitting a vending
machine in the Canal Zone.
Vending machines for the Zone
have been in the planning stage
for several years. They soon will
become a reality in numerous lo-
cations.
The new Canal Zone College
building can expect machines
containing pastry, candy bars,
hot and cold food, and coffee.
Three new machines at the Ad-
ministration Building cafeteria
will provide the same foods.
Popcorn and candy machines
will be installed in the Balboa
Theater lobby shortly and a
candy machine will be installed
in the Diablo Junior High School
cafeteria. Both a candy machine
and bottled drink machines are
destined for the Cristobal High
School cafeteria.


The Gorgas Luncheonette soon
will acquire machines containing
pastry, coffee, and hot and cold
food.
Vending machines are the big
thing in the United States now.
Schools and hospitals provide
much of the business, lit is hoped
that the new additions to the
Canal Zone will be ready for use
by the first of the year.
Alf r ed Houston, restaurant
manager at the Balboa Service
Center, recently spent a week
visiting the Vendo Company plant
in Kansas City, Mo.
Houston toured the plant and
the training school there and took
an orientation course in vending
machine sales and food prepara-
tion for such machines.
Each of the food vending
machines is capable of holding
100 tp 300 items, depending on
the size of the particular Item.


At


Of Fund
The Panama Canial has
reached 86 percent of its goal
in the United Fund drive.
The Canal goal is $74,800.
Bureau ranking has remained
about the same throughout the
drive thus far.
Personnel has 115 percent
S of its financial goal. The Of-
fice of the President is at 109
Percent. The Office of the
SComptroller is slightly better
.- i than 95 percent of its dollar
target, surpassed by the Civil
Affairs Bureau this weekwith
96.5 percent.
Supply and Community Serv-
ice Bureau chalked up almost
94 percent of its allotted goal.
Next in order come Engineer-
ing and Construction Bureau
with 84.4 percent, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau with
78 percent and Health Bureau
with almost 77 percent.
Still in the cellar is the Ma-
rine Bureau with only 65.3 per-
cent of its financial goal.
An amazing thing, a United
Fund spokesman observed, is
how those who give to the Ca-
nal Zone United Fund often
give so generously that they
"make up" in some degree for
those who do not choose to sup-
port any or all of the 19 worth-
while community organizations
making up the United Fund
here.
Thus, in some units where
comparatively few contribute,
the.financial goal is reached
display at the through the public-spiritness of
ransoceanica). those who do give. In some
hibits, and B. units where participation has
been least, the total amount
contributed has been notable.
High-level interest in the
monetary targets and overall
social aims of the United
Fund was' emphasized when
President Roberto F. Chiari
and Mrs. Chiari toured the
Trade Fair at Corozal with
Governor and Mrs. Robert J.
Fleming, Jr.
As they inspected the exhibits
on Thursday evening, special
certificates were awarded for
:ey, Henry H. the exhibition considered best
SRiefkohl, Do- in each of several classes.
Sellers, Earl The Henriquez Company was
brown, Mrs. B. top winner for the best exhibit
Huldtquist, R. in the whole Trade Fair.
, S. S. Irvin, The Nestle Company won the
orman, David award for the best industrial
inheimer, Mrs. display, Agencies Feduro, S. A.
mer, and Mrs. took first place for the the best
distributor's display and Chrys-
election in the ler Internacional, S. A. came
communities out ahead for the best auto-
mobile display.
n Page 4) In the electrical goods field,


Goal
Electra, S. A. was chosen for
first place, and the honor for
the best art goods display went
to Pataro Hermanos CDistribui-
dora Transoceanica).
Panama Bonito was judged
to have put on the best dis-
play of native craft work, and
the nod for the best Oriental
merchandise display went to
Casa Solomon.
Accompanying President
Chiari and Governor Fleming
on their inspection of the exhi-
bits were Foreign Minister Ga-
lileo Solis, Minister of Public
Works Max Delvalle, Minister
of Treasury Car 1 os Sucre,
Minister of Agriculture and
Commerce Azael Vargas, and
their ladies. Camilo Levy Sal-
cedo, Chief of Protocol, was
also a member of the party.
The Panama group was wel-
comed at the Fair by the Chair-
man of the United Fund Cam-
paign Committee 'and Mrs.-
John D. Hollen. Bart J. Elich
and William de la Mater, who
were in overall charge of the
Fair, and Alba Hutchings, Fair
manager, also greeted the .of-
ficial visitors.
The Fair continues tonight
from 7 to 10 p.m. Tomorrow
(Saturday) and Sunday it will
be open from 1 to 10 p.m.
The United Fund Trade Fair
is open to everyone free of
charge.
There are fun and games for
the kiddies and the not-so-
young at 10 cents a game. The
Fair has something for every-
one. Hot dogs! Something to
drink! Lots to look at! Music,
and entertainment in the even-
ings! Dodgem rides for the
younger fry!
The entire proceeds of the
Trade Fair go to the Canal
Zone United Fund. This Fund
has 19 worthwhile participat-
ing agencies.


65% Enrolled

In US Life Plan;

Deadline Nov. I

Sixty-five percent of the
eligible employees have enroll-
ed in the Supplemental Life
Insurance Group for United
States Citizens.
Since the Group Insurance
Board of the Canal Zone first
offered this low-cost life insur-
ance, the underwriter, United
of Omaha, has expanded bene-
tits to include double indemni-
ty for accidental death and
also a schedule of benefits in
case of dismemberment.
The premium is not increas-
ed. It remains 25 cents per
thousand dollars per pay period.
When insurance officials
realized a large number of em-
ployees were still returning
from vacation around the time
of the enrollment deadline, this
was extended to November 1.
After November 1, the under-
writer has the right to decline
any application.
The need for adequate insur-
ance in this category was il-
lustrated recently when the
group plan received a $16,00
death claim from an employee.


Trick or Treat
Some little ghosts and
goblins on Halloween night
will be asking for treats for
the world's children instead
of or in addition to -
their usual trick or treat
routine.
These thoughtful youngs-
ters will be asking for coins
in their UNICEF containers.
Later that evening, the
young people will assemble
at churches or youth centers
to enjoy Halloween parties.
There the UNICEF con-
tainers are collected and the
money is sent to the United
Nations Children's Fund.


S Pa-.aa Ca'al




PILLWAY









Page TWO


Night of Music Coming


To Balboa On Nov. 5


Strains of the minstrel, Dixie-
land, Tommy Dorsey, Glen Mil-
ler, the blues, and selections from
"Music Man" will fill the air at
the Balboa theater, Tuesday
evening, November 5, when the
fabulous "A Night of Music" is
presented for the benefit of: the
Canal Zone United Fund.
Produced and directed by Cap-
tain and Mrs. Melvin A. Huyett
ef Albrook AFB, the show will
feature music and dances made
famous in America from. the
Civil War to the present.
Included in this historical.
journey through musical Amer-
icana will. be a black light mins-
trel number, a medley of "gay
nineties" tunes, Dixieland dances,
music of the "Big Band Era"',
and. many others..
Jaynet Lindsey, singing star of
the recent Ancon Theater Guild&
production of "South Pacific"
will present several vocal selec-
tions of World; War II vintage,
ranging from blues to popular se,
elections from Broadway shows,
Showtime. will' be 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are available at the re-
ception desk of the Canal Ad-
ministration Building, the' Bal-


LINDSEY


boa Theater, Balboa YMCA and:
at all military posts, or may be'
purchased at the box office. All'
tickets are $1.


By ELEANOR BURNHAM Canal Zone Library


THE VENETIAN AFFAIR by Helen MacInnes is an interna-
tional thriller. The author's skillful plotting, fine style and. ef-
fective background make wonderful reading and probably will add
up to a real best seller. Miss MacInnes is the wife of scholar
Gilbert Highet and has a string of highly successful mystery-
intrigues to her credit.
UPON, THIS ROCK; A NOVEL OF SIMON PETER, PRINCE
OF APOSTLES, by Frank G. Slaughter presents Peter as a love-
able, rugged, and. humorous individual. Slaughter's fans (of whom
there are many-) will enjoy his.sweeping style and. broad character
studies. Historians may take exception to some of the author's
assumptions, but for those who read this book as a novel, real
enjoyment and recreation are in store.
TIE CRACKED MI.RROR by Agatha Christie is another good
one in the long. line of excellent mysteries by this veteran writer.
In her latest who-dun-it Miss Christie sets up her plot so that the
victim dies practically at the feet of Miss Marple the elderly
gentlewoman-turned-sleuth who solves many of, Miss Christie's
problems. Our-lady detective:is successful once again and works
out the solution with skill and dispatch. This is a good Agatha.
Christie novel refreshing, uncomplicated, without depressing
overtones and interesting.
ONE HOUR TO KILL is the fiftieth mystery written by George
Harmon Coxe. It is an absorbing tale about the murder of an
unfaithful wife on a Caribbean island where all the cards seem
stacked against the husband of the murdered woman. Coxe is a
past president of the Mystery Writers of America.
THE LIVING REED by Pearl Buck tells the story of four
generations of a devoted family of Korean patriots. The author
dramatizes history by tracing the founder of the family and his
descendants through the years and up to the crises which follow
World War II. Pearl Buck is a Nobel prize winner and is famous
for her interpretations of life in the Orient.
THE MANIAC R-ESPONSIBILE by Robert Gover is quite a
different type of novel from his earlier One Hundred Dollar Misun-
derstanding. This novel is on the metaphysical side and. provides
Gover with an opportunity to attempt to analyze the question of
guilt. He doesn't add much to the sum total of knowledge on
the subject, but he does provide a story which holds one's interest.
The book is sensational and at times even somewhat offensive,
but it does show a degree of talent and offers a hope of better
work from this author in the future.
IN MORE SERIOUS VEIN
THE URBAN POLITICAL COMMUNITY by Gladys M. Kam-
merer arid three assistants at the University of Florida is sub-
titled;: "Profiles in Town Politics." This book is the result of a
Social Science Research Council grant in the field of American
government and political behavior to Professor Kammerer for a
study of council-manager tenure and turnover in Florida in rela-
tion to community political stability. The group of researchers
obtained their data from city officials in eight selected cities by
means of standardized interviews which they established in order
to insure consistency. The eight cities discussed were disguised
by delightful Florida-like names such as Floriana, Dorado and
Hibernia.
The result of the researching of this team of interviewers is
a useful study for those interested in political science. The book
was published under the editorship of Dayton D. McKean of the
University of Colorado.


IS P I L L W'-AY


Coming


Events

October 25 Trade Fair con-
tinueso through October 27.
Open tonight from 7 to 10 p.
m. Saturday and Sunday from
1 until 10 p.m.
October 25 "Roar Like A
Dove" continues at Ancon
Little Theater, tonight, Octo-
ber 26 and 27. Curtain time 8
P.m. -
October 25 Exhibition of
Chinese paintings on loan.
from UNESCO is containing
pre-Colbmbian artifacts and
display of mounted heads
from Africa, and Alaska.
October 26 Halloween Dance,
Panamanian-North American.
Assn. 8:30 p.m.
October 26 Motor Transpor-
tation Division Social Club of
Ancon, partial transit aboard'
Las Cruces leaving Pedro, Mi-
guel 4:30 p.m.
October 26 Halloween Dance,.
Elks Home on La, Boca Road,.
9. p.m. to 7 a.m. Music by the
Vi-Counts, costume and door
prizes, droess optional.
October 27 Dr. David Senzer
Gamboa District Physician, to
be honored' by Episcopal: Church
women with musical concert,. 3
p.m., Santa.. rus Service Center.
October 27-- Gold! Coast Orchid
Society;, (atun, 7:30 p.m.
October 30 Movies "Art in
the Western Hemisphere,"
Sand- "Abstract Painting," at
the- Magisterio Panamefio
Unido, 8 p.m. ,
November I Atlantic Rock-
hounds, Bldg. 92, Pier 1, Co-
co Solo, 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.


Skin Rash Traced

Tr Modeling Toy
The plastic' modeling toy "Flub-
ber" is being recalled from dis-
tribution, as it is reported to have
caused a mild rash on the skin
of some children playing with it,
the U. S. Food and Drug Ad-
nistration has announced.
Withdrawal of the product by
the manufacturer, Hassenfeld
Bros., of Central Falls, Rhode Is-
land, followed a FDA survey
which developed convincing data
showing that it caused, the skin
rash. Altogether, about 1,600 re-
ports of skin irritation association
associated with the plastics were:
received from throughout the
United States, the FDA said.


BALBOA
Saturday 2:00 7:00'
Sunday 2:30 6:15
8:10
Monday 7:30 Ditto
Tuesday 7:30'
Wednesday Thursday
7:30
Friday 7:00
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday 7:00 Ditto
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
MARGARITA
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 p.m.
matinee
Sunday
Monday 7:06: Ditto
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Friday, Owl Show
10:30 p.m.


october 25, 1963-


SOUTH PACIFIC
FLIPPER
PARANOIAC
A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO
THE MIGHTY URSUS

GUNS OF DARKNESS
THE UGLY AMERICAN
TRIAL AND ERROR
THE GRASS IS GREENER
THE COUNTERFEIT TRAITOR
THE BLACK PIRATE
TIGHT' SPOT

THE RANGING TREE
FOLLOW THE BOYS
NO SHOW


THE UGLY AMERICAN

TAMMY AND THE DOCTOR
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS
NO SHOW
GUNS OF DARKNESS
NO SHOW
THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA
THE HANGING TREE

SWORDSMAN OF SIENNA
THE X-15'
IRMA LA DOUCE
THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA
THE HANGING TREE
GABY
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS
THE' H-MAN


COCO SOLO
Saturday night THE SPIRAL ROAD
Sunday 2:00 7:00 EL CID
Monday 7:00 Ditto
Tuesday A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
Wednesday Thursday ISLAND OF LOVE
Friday SOUTH PACIFIC
All night shows begin, at 7:00 p.m. except as shown

SATURDAY MATINEES, OCTOBER 26
BALBOA 10:00 a.m. TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL:
COCO SOLO 2:00 p.m. Llk
DIABLO
HEIGHTS 2:00!pnm. THE LITTLEST HOBO
GAMBOA 6:15 p,m, SUBMARINE SEAHAWK
MARGARITA


GATUN


2:00 p.m. TEENAGE MILLIONAIRE,
2:00 p.m. THE BOY OF TWO WORLDS


During the absence of Paul M.
Runnestrand, the Acting Executive
Secretary will be F. G. Dunsmoor,
and J. Patrick Conley will serve
as Deputy Executive Secretary.


Until January 5, during the
absence of R. O. Theriault, the
Acting Assistant Supply and Comr
munity Services Director will be
Richard K. Erbe.


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4i.i


ALL IN THE FAMILY. The Central Employment Office provided the men in this picture. Carl
Widell, Assistant Chief of the Central Employment Office in Balboa is shown presiding over
Cristobal Magistrates' Court as acting judge during the absence of Magistrate Charles Garcia.
John Diaz, center, formerly an interviewer in the Balboa Central Employment Office and now a
constable in the Balboa Court, is shown acting for Rex E. Beck as Clerk of the Cristobal Court. Rath.
burn Springer, once a receptionist inthe Cristobal Employment Office, is now a clerk typist in the
Cristobal Court. They all worked in the Cristobal Court as a team recently for about six weeks.


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Page THREE


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313-Mile Swimmer


Tops Atlantic List


Canal Zone College fullback Ed Wilder (60) is about to be brought down after a slight gain against the
Schools Division Athletic Club last Saturday. Wilder led the College rushers for the night. CZC won
the contest 40.0 to remain unbeaten and tied for the Interscholastic League lead -with Cristobal High
School, who beat Balboa High 53-13, to set a Canal Zone scoring record. CHS journeys to the Pacific
side to take on the Athletic Club tonight at 7 p.m. in Balboa Stadium. (Photo by Bob Daniels, Canal
Zone College).


It started out as a 50-Mile
Swim, but someone forgot to
say "STOP." Last week the
Spillway highlighted the Pacific
side simmers. This week Coco
Solo's fish grab the spotlight.
Pacing the Atlantic side swim-
mers is Roy Wilfred, who has
amassed a total of .313 miles,
more than three round trips, up
and down the Canal. Those with
100 miles are Mrs. Elizabeth
Holland, Dr. Harry Westerberg,
Mrs. Frances Palumbo, and Mrs.
Marilyn Marsh. All except Dr.
Westerberg have started on a
third 50-mile swim.
-John Droste has 80 miles to his
credit, while Mrs. Donna Caudill,
Mrs. Virginia Favorite, and Luke
Palumbo have all completed 60
miles.
Those who have completed 50
miles are Edgar Carlson, Peter
Butz, James Norman, Earl Sha-
rick, Mrs. Beverly Baker, Mrs.
Rae Wilder, Arthur Wilder, Dr.
Edwin Ricketts, Billy Wray,
James Palumbo, and Charles
Hins.
'Mrs. 'Belva Westerberg was the


only Atlantic sider to have com-
pleted 40 miles as of last week.
Thirty miles have been com-
pleted by Harry Murray, Willianm
Hollowell, Curtis Thompson, and
George Slaughter.
Mrs. Garnet McLaughlin, Ben
Mazzoni, George Gercich, Billie
Ruth Marsh, and Mrs. LaDonna
Forrest have all paddled their
way through 20 miles of the
'Half-Century" goal.
Ten miles have been com-
pleted by Mrs. Joyce May, Judy
Redmond, Cris Carlson, Mike
Jones, Mrs. Patricia McGeough,
Blanches Jones, Susan Wilfred,
Judy Williams, Mrs. Betty Le.
Doux, Nancy Gercich, 'Mrs. Ida
Woods, Kathy DeTore, Edward
McFarland, W. A. Reinheimer,
Karen Westerberg, Josephine
Borsellino, Ernest Faris, Gregory
Hakanson, Ray Sullivan, Louis
Dedaux, Elmert Hamor, .Gerald
Green, Louise Russon, and
Edythe Marsh.
A total of 309 Atlantic sides
(238 children and 71 adults)
are taking part in the "Swim and
Stay Fit" program.


Cristobal Has Big Edge


Over AC In Tilt Tonite


Only one game is featured this
Week in Canal Zone football. The
co-leaders in the Interscholastic
League, the Cristobal 'Tigers,
meet the winless Schools Division
Athletic Club eleven in Balboa
Stadium tonight at 7 p.m. The
College and BHS are idle this
week.
'Last week Cristobal made a
shambles of the Bulldogs from
Balboa. They ran and passed for
a total of more than 400 yards,
while whipping the "Bullpups"
53-13.
The following night the Canal
Zone College, co-leaders ,with

The return train to the At-
lantic side will be held over
at the Balboa Heights station
to allow the Cristobal students
time to enjoy the Football
Dance at the 'Balboa Teen Club
.after the game. The train will
be held until 10:30 p.m., ap-
:proximately 1/ 'hours after'
the game ends.
The Frank Pretto Combo will
play. Presentation of their SA
cards will admit Atlantic side
students to the club at a spe-
cial admission price of 25
cents. Dress for the dance will
be sport clothes.

CHS, went to the bench freely in
pounding the Athletic Club 40-0.
Several scores were called back
:because of penalties and three
times College backs fumbled in-
side the AC ten yard line.
CHS is the best offensive team
in the league, having scored 99
points in three games. The
College has amassed 90 points,
while the Bulldogs and AC are
third and fourth, respectively,
with 26 and 7 points.
The College takes the nod de-
fensively, having allowed only six


points. Cristobal has allowed 19,
AC has given up 93, and the
Bulldogs are in the cellar defen-
sively, having given up 104 points.
Each of the four teams has play-
ed three games.
The Tiger team will come over
to the Pacific side tonight via
rail and should continue right on
through Balboa Stadium like a
train. Tre CHS team has the edge
in every department, offensively
and defensively, and should
emerge at least seven-touchdown
favorites over the Athletic Club,
which is still looking for its first
win of the year.


U-2 Commander


Will Address

Accountants

Quest speaker for a luncheon
meeting of the Federal Govern-
ment Accountants Association to
be held on October 30 will be
Major Patrick Holloran, Com-
mander, High Altitude Aircraft
Operation. Following a short
briefing on the U-2 Operation dur-
ing luncheon at Tivoli Guest
House, the group will visit the
aircraft at Albrook AFB. Lunch-
eon time is 11:50 a.m.
Tickets at $1.50-are available
from Gil Young, Balboa 2507;
Richard Egolf, Balboa 2529; Web
Hearne, Amador 3267 or Mrs.
Edna Diaz, Albrook 2163. Re-
servations are required.
Round trip -transportation will
be furnished from the Tivoli to
the air base.


Federal Service

Exams Conmdig
applicationss are now being
received by 'the Canal Zone
Civilian Personnel 'Policy Coor-
dinating Board for F ed-eral
Service Entrance Examina-
tions. The written test is to be
given on February 15, 1964, and
January 31 is the cut off date
for filing applications.
These currently on the Cen-
tral Employment Office re-
gisters resulting from earlier
examinations of this category
must be re-examined under this
announcement if they wish
to remain on the register.
This test is designed primari-
ly for college graduates who
seek to enter U.S. Government
employment.


ARTURO D. MELO, a prominent
Panama merchant, was guest
speaker at a recent luncheon of
the Federal Government Account-
ants Association. He spoke on the
National Geographic Society, its
contributions to science and
worldwide explorations.


Joan of Lorraine

Is Next Show

For Balboa High
Maxwell Anderson's p 1 a y
Joan of Lorraine will be pre-
sented by the Drama Club of
Balboa High School on Novem-
ber 7, 8 and 9 at the school
auditorium. Curtain time is 8
p.m.
Bill Singlenton, Joanne Clari-
zio, Betty Lindo, James Bay,
John Swain, Chris Carlson, Jim
.Culet, John Rizzo and Fred
Wead will appear in featured
roles.
Ingrid Bergman was featured
in the movie adapted from the
live show.
Prices for the play will be
$1 for adults and non S.A.
members, 25 cents for 'S. A.
members and children under
12. Group prices for nine or
more people at 50 cents per
person can be arranged.


Winners In Credit Union Week Events


Santa Cruz clubs walked off
'with a majority of the team
Honors in the Federal Credit
Union Week athletic events and
field day contests, with individual
honors well divided.
Club "75" of Santa Cruz was
the basketball victor, and :Santa
Cruz teams were winner in soft-
ball, girls' volleyball, and girls'
softball. The Pioneers took the
amen's softball title, the 'Paraiso-
Pedro Miguel club won at do-
ominos and it was Pedro Miguel-
Paraiso in girls' basketball,
Here's summary of the events:
Basketball Club "75" ,of Santa
.Cruz used the fast break to top
.the Santa Cruz quintet 60-56.
R'odger Hudgson was high man
:for the winners with 11 field
goals for 22, while Frank Van-
cderpool had' six field goals and
three free throws for a high of 15
:for the losers. Four teams part-
icipated: First 'National City


Bank, Club "75", Paraiso, and
Santa Cruz.
Golf Clyde Hurley won the
A flight honors at Lake View
course with a 144, with George
Maxwell at 146 and Vicente Es-
eobar at 147 right on his heels.
'The B flight winner was Ha-
rold Cook, with a 152. Carlos
Gonz&lez and Alfred Johnson tied
for second with 157's. Hugh
Gadsby took a 167 to lead the
C flight golfers, just one stroke
under Guillermo Guevara and
two under Sidney Selman.
Men's softball Santa Cruz
took the championship game from
the First National City Bank
club by a 1-0 count. In the first
game, .Santa Cruz beat Paraiso
1-0 with the only hit of the game,
by Joe Stennett, in the bottom
o fthe fifth. It scored A. Morales
from second. Charles Welsh was
the winning hurler, topping Ed-
die Morrell.
:hesecond .game *went to First


National City 'Bank over the
Health Bureau by a score of 11
to 3.
Men's volleyball The Pion-
eers won the title tilt from Pa-
raiso 15-12, 15-12. In eliminations,
Paraiso beat Santa Cruz and the
Pioneers topped First National
City Bank.
Girls' volleyball Santa Cruz
beat 'the Paraiso-Pedro Miguel
combine in straight games, as
Sarah Ramsey led the Santa Cruz
club and Lilian Jimott the Pa-
raiso-Pedro Miguel lassies.
Girls' basketball Pedro Mi-
guel-Paraiso edged out the Santa
Cruz Club "75" team 26-25.
Girls' softball Sara .Ram-
sey's Santa Cruz team 'defeated
Paraiso-Pedro Miguel 5-4. Dale
Davy was the winning hurler
witheight strikeouts and :gave up
only four hits. Joyce Weoodcock
yielded nine hits to take -the loss.
Swimming Award winners


were Earl Holden, Dathan Mar-
tin, Theodore McIntosh, John
West, Winston 'Woodcock, Eddie
Morrell, and Alcides Bernal.
Dominoes After three nights
of play (8 hours), the Hornets
club of Paraiso-Pedro Miguel
cinched the tournament. Club
scores were: Hornets, 9187;
Pioneers (Paraiso), 9177; Club
"75" (Santa Cruz), 8400; Los
Ases (Panama), 8100. Each play-
er took home an 8-inch ;trophy.
Bridge After 5s hours of
play, first place honors 'went to
J. E. Giscombe and J. O. Camp-
bell; second place, S. J. Williams
and L. A. Cooper; third place, E.
W. Caesar and S. C. Hull. Also
winning awards were F. Davis
and R. Beckford.
Potato race Winning awards
were: Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Gra-
ham, Miss I. Malcolm, R. Aman-
tine, L. Sprauve, and C. Black-
man.


Holidays


Coming Up

Ring these dates on your ca-
lendar, and turn off your alacra
clock to enjoy the best of that
relaxed feeling when dawn
comes, the birds start twittering,
but you can turn over for an-
other snooze.
There are three holidays in
November, the first two of which
are a liberal invitation to a long
weekend in the Interior, or some-
where. The lucky days -are:
Monday, November 4 which
will be celebrated as the legal
holiday for November 3, Inde-
pendence Day of the Republic of
Panama. All stores will remain
closed.
Monday, November 11, Ve-
terans Day, is also a legal holi-
day. Again, stores will remain
closed.
Thu rsday, November 28,
Thanksgiving Day, is another
holiday, and all stores -will ibe
closed. To accommodate em-
ployee -needs, the food section
only of the Balboa Retail Store,
normally closed on Mondays, wia
be open on Monday, November
25, during regular store hours.
Also the Gamboa and Mar.
garita Retail .Stores, which nor-
mally close on Wednesdays, .will
be open Wednesday, November
27, during regular store hours.
The Diablo Heights Merchan-
dise Section will be open every
day, as usual.

THIS WEEK'S VISITORS
October 14- 20
Miraflores Locks ..... 1,703
Gatun Locks .......... 63
Las Cruces,
9 tipss ........... B :
,Reina Manuelita,
2 trips .............. 28
GRAND TOTAL: .....2,750


Spaf CalenmE-da

Oct. 25 Friday BasketbaWl-Girls CHS vs. BHS
(B), .at Balboa, 3 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday Basketball-Girls CHS .vs. CZC
(A), at Balboa, 4 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday Football OHS 'vs. SDAC, at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
Oct. 29 Tuesday Basketball-Girls CZC vs.
BHS (A), at Balboa, 5 p.m.
Nov. 1 Friday Football BHS vs. CZC, at Bal-
boa, '7 p.m.
Nov. 5 Tuesday Basketball-Girls BHS vs. CZC
(A), at Balboa, 5 p.m.
Nov. 8 Friday Basketball-Girls CZC vs. CHS
.(A), at Coco :Solo, 5 p.m.
Nov. 8 Friday Football CZC vs. CHS, at "Ce-
-co Solo, 7 p.m.
Nov. 8 Friday Football BHS vs. SDAC, at
Balboa, 7 p.m.


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5 P I LL W A Y








Pag FOUR


SPILLWAY


October 25. 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT
FIRST SECRETARY OF EMBASSY Thomas Daniel Huff,
right, counts three generations of his family's connection with the Z ni ns
Panama Canal. X LO IllalS
Born in Ancon, he was really coming home again when he
was sent overseas in his official capacity, which also involves
being chief of the Administrative Section at the United States Ar ir
Embassy in Panama. lire ASil 1ii
Since his childhood here, his graduation from Balboa High
School, and his later period of employment by the Canal as a P n
young man, affairs of State have taken him to such distant spots
as Bucharest, Rumania, where he was an attache of legation, and
Lisbon, Portugal, as Second Secretary. There were also two tours
of duty in Washington where he was assigned to the Office of
Personnel of the State Department before his transfer to Panama
in September 1961.
Earlier he was graduated from Pace College in New York .
and had served with the U. S. Navy during World War II.
In 1947, he married Miss Jewel Fletcher. Their son Thomas
Fletcher, age 11, and daughter Jewel Lee, age 5, accompanied
to them to the Isthmus where they are domiciled in Nuevo Cam-
po Alegre.
On arrival here, the family was welcomed by local relatives, ".
especially Huff's brother Maenner B. Huff, who is supervisory ..
systems accountant, Policy and Procedures Staff, in the Canal "
Comptroller's office.
Their mother, Mrs. Selma Maenner Huff, is now living not
too far away in St. Petersburg, Fla. The late Mercer Blanchard
Huff, their father, was paymaster for the Canal when he retired
in 1944 after service that went back to 1906.
During the Canal's construction, Thomas Daniel Huff's ma-
ternal grandfather, L. T. Maenner, worked with the Isthmian Ca-
nal Commission as an engineer. And only a decade ago,'his
maternal uncle, the late Theodore Maenner, was appointed by
President Eisenhower to serve on the Canal board of directors
for two years.
Huff found many changes on his return to the Isthmus, most
of them for the better. He enjoys his various administrative
duties, particularly when as often happens he has some Em-
bassy business with the Canal and finds himself taking it up with
a former fellow student from Balboa High. '
"This makes for an easy understanding," says Huff with a .
grin.


WHEN RICHARD B. BIAVA, lef, arrived in Panama this
summer on an assignment as public safety training adviser for
the U.S. Economic Mission in Panama, it wasn't his first sojourn
in this part of the hemisphere. He was born in Zaruma, Province
of El Oro, Ecuador. His dad was master mechanic at the shops
of a gold mine there 12 years.
And when Richard headed south for his new job he was wel-
comed by his dad, Vincent Biava, a Panama Canal employee since
1940 and now chief foreman of the Dredging Division Shop.
Richard Biava, his wife, Shirley ,and their three children are
residing in Paitilla. He ment to the states in 1946, received his
bachelor's degree in science and economics at the University of
California, concentrating on police administration work. He was
executive officer for three years of an airborne field artillery
battalion, stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky., and from 1954 to 1963
served in the Patrol Division of the Berkeley, Calif., Police De-
partment.
His two-year assignment in Panama is to assist civil police
organizations in pre-service and in-service training programs,
including traffic, police patrol, administration, and investigations.
The program of the Economic Mission's Public Safety Division
includes advisory work and providing basic equipment to streng-
then public safety activities in Panama. Equipment already
delivered to the National Guard and DENI includes patrol vehicles,
laboratory equipment and supplies, and training aids.


Engineering, Comptroller, Front Office



People Working To Put Fund Across


This week's roster completes
the report of who is who among
Bureau and Division Chairman
and Keymen for the United Fund.
It covers the Administrative
Branch and Office of the Govern-
or, where 10 Chairmen and eight
Keymen have been industriously
pacing Canal support for the
Zone-wide effort. Also included
is the Office of the Comptroller,
which is always a center for
Fund activity.
The last, but surely not the
least Bureau covered is En-
gineering and Construction, where
nine Chairman are directing the
efforts of 72 keymen assigned
to the widely dispersed units.
Bureau Chairman for the Of.
fice of the Governor and Ad-
ministrative Branch is David F.
Mead, with Robert S. Jeffrey
serving as Division Chairman in
the Office of the Governor, Jo-
seph Noone, in the Information
Office;.Grayce L. Nadeau, in the
office of the General Counsel;
Beatrice B. Lucas, in the Safety
Branch; William De La Mater,
in the Executive Planning Staff;
Mazie C. Schwarzrock, in Inter-
nal Security; and John A. Mi-
chaelis and Rex E. Beck for the
Magistrate's Courts. Fred Wells
is Division Chairman for the Ad-
ministrative Branch on the Pa-
cific side, and Elva Breakfield on
the Atlantic.
Keymen working under their
direction include Robert Kerr
and Robert Byrne of the Infor-
mation Office, William E. Dodd,
Fanny Sosa, Edna Kovel, Stephen


Thorne, Yvonne G. Ward and C.
A. Watts of Administrative.
In the Office of the Comptrol-
ler, Kathleen M. McGuigan is
serving both as Bureau and Div-
ision Chairman. Joseph C. Tur-
ner is Division Chairman for the
Treasurer's Office; William Wich-
mann, for the Accounting Policies
and Procedures Staff, Shirley A.
Cavanaugh, for the Accounting
Division; Helen N. Minor, Pay-
roll and Accounting Branch;
Harry D. Raymond, Claims
Branch; Robert S. Bowen, In-
ternal Audit; and Jolie A. Seeley
of the Budget and Rates Division.
Keymen assisting the above
are Jessie W. Degenaar, Janice
G. Scott, George H. Moore, Wil-
liam Raveneau, Eduardo C. King,
Thomas E. Spencer and Ruth H.
Munyon.
In Engineering and Construc-
tion, Faye C. Minton is Bureau
Chairman, assisted in the Main-
tenance Division by J. D. Lord as
Division Chairman.
He is turn has the assistance of
the following Keymen: A. T. Car-
penter, S. A. Hammond, W. C.
Williford, J. A. Hoverson, D. D.
Douglas, H. F. Butz and W. I.
Hollowell on the Atlantic Side,
and R. Caldwell, W. B. Gilley,
M. C. Conover, F. S. Baumbach,
G. A. Willis, T. M. Sasso, P. J.
Barker, O. W. Smith, H. A. Tooke
and B. R. Hoenke on the Pacific
Side.
In the Electrical Division, C.
W. Chase, Jr., is Chairman, with
G. H. Burdick as Assistant.
Pacific Side Keymen are Jul


ieta Arosemena, T. J. Dee, P. L.
Elia, E. A. Bennett, Mildred N.
Morrill, R. L. Boyer, R. W.
Schmidt, 0. L. Flye, Jr., H. E.
Munro, H. F. Hughes, S. 0.
Specht, R. L. Deakins (with R.
B. Eddy as alternate) E. A.
Gaskin, T. C. Henter and E. H.
Neville, Jr. On the Atlantic Side
are C. H. George, A. E. Salter,
J. Smith, M. Bradfield, R. R.
Burgener, A. Jimenez, W. L.
Bingham. V. D. Young and L.
Rcdman.
In the Dredging Division, R.
W. Lowry is Chairman, E. V.
Romigh is Assistant. They have
the following Keymen: Leroy
Cooper, E. Elliot, V. Biava, G.
Games, S. Richards, V. C. Me-
lant, A. S. Hudgins, H. B. Harri
son, J. Martinez, H. Walkes, R.
A. Richards, L. Small, A. A.
Welsh, G. E. Cooper, B. Ram-
sey, L. Alleyne R. Graham, C.
Sealey, D. J. Burkett, N. Hol-
mes, E. R. Archbold, F. C. Bit-
ter, J. M. Waters, B. M. Par-
mentier and R. C. Stevens.
Shirley K. Finlason is Chair-
man for the Construction Div-
ision She is assisted by Key-
men Evelyn S. Barrett, William
L. Brooks and Joyce A. Clarke.
In the Engineering Division, Jo-
seph M. Watson is Chairman, as-
sisted by Keymen Joseph Stultz,
Florence K. Rosenblatt and Evel-
la Wright.
Charles P. Barton is Project
Chairman for the Canal Wideing
Project and Lois Kerr for the
Gorgas Hospital Project.


ed


Balboa Students

Praised For Scores

On Merit Test

In addition to two Canal Zone
students recently announced as
semifinalists by the National
Merit Scholarship Corporation,
three other high school stu-
dents have received letters of
commendation for their perfor-
mance in the National Merit
Scholarship Qualifying T e s t
given here last spring.
All of those so recognized
took the test at Balboa High
School. Michael Colacicco, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colacic-
co, and Fred E. Wells, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Wells
are senior students at the high
school this year. Maryilyn M.
Slotkin, who would have been
in the same class had her
family not left for the States,
is now a student in Huntington,
W. Va.
The Merit Scholarship of-
ficials said of the three:
"Although they did not reach
the status of semifinalists in
the current Merit Program,
they are so capable that we
wish to call call attention in this
way to their achievement and
academic promise."


Civic Council
(Continued From Page n9
are: RAINBOW CITY CIVIC
COUNCIL: Rainbow City District
(5 vacancies): Kelvin Barnett,
Rupert "Buster" Beckford, Hol-
den L. Cockburn, Hector "Mike"
De Sousa, Alberto Dogue, Mrs.
Victoria Hunter, George V.
Lewis, John R. Lewis, Saturnina
Mauge, Dora Morales, Samuel
Skeete, Rathburn. Springer. Camp
Coiner District (4 vacancies):
Clement Bell, Mrs. Myrtle
Crooks, Cedric Gittens, Edward
Green, Roy S. Meade, Mrs. Rose
Mignott, Roy E. Sobers, Audley
M. Webster. Camp Bierd Dis-
trict (2 vacancies): Victor H.
Archbold, Wilbert Dryden, Ralph
Gooding, Richard Holness, Mrs.
Mita Matthews. Rainbow City
Heights District (2 vacancies):
Santiago Graham, Horace Ro.
berts, Robert Urquart. Mount
Hope District (1 vacancy): Per-
cival) Appleton and Joseph Gray.
Mindi District (1 vacancy): Ben
Alvarez, Jorge Castro, Richard
Chilcott, and Aguedo Ramos.
SANTA CRUZ CIVIC COUN-
CIL: Kennth Haughton, Christo-
pher T. Cox, Rexford R. Inniss,
Julian J. Hoyte, Mrs. Gladys
McKenzie, Eric J. Salkey, Her-
bert E. Daniel, Luis Balmaceda,
Clarence G. Gordon, Cecil Mor-
gan, Frederick A. Lawrence, Mrs.
Alice Cox, Richard Ford, Ralph
C. Thorne, Rubert Dover, Fidel
C. McKay, Mrs. Cecilia Hawkins,
Adolfo M. Ruiz, Mrs. Edith Dyar,
Clarence Hansen, Miss Isilda Vi-
gier, Eustace Collins, Frances
(Frank) Wade.
PEDRO MIGUEL CIVIC
COUNCIL: Harold Gibbs, Darn-
ley D. Smith, Alfred E. Bowen,
Arthur W. Davis, Ellis L. Faw-
cett, Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Seabert
'Haynes, Wilberforce W. Smith,
Ashton M. Parchment, Christo-
pher E. Haywood, Linton G. Ro-
berts, Egbert M. Best, Goldburn
P. Maynard, Earl E. Walrond,
Fitz H. Grant, Cleveland Roberts,
Darnley Foster, Philmore M.
Alexis, Theophilus Jemmott.
PARAISO CIVIC COUNCIL:
Precint 1: Servio Rueda, Herbert
L. Clark, Edith Brown; Raymond
George, Harvey L. Jones, Adolfo
Bedoya, Inez McKenzie, Harold
W. Williams, Sylvia Prince. Pre-
cinct 2: Samuel Blenman, Hoag-
land Maynard, Eulalia Brath-
waite, Albert Smith, Arnold Mar-
shall, Moises Minas, Edgar
Ogarra, Myrtle McFarlane. Pre-
/ cinct 3: Clarence Sisnett, Garfield
Mayers, Wilfred B. Maynard,
Calvin Shepherd, Ernest T.
Franklin, Roland Carter, Carl
Scotland, Precinct 4: Cecil C.
Gittens, Clifton H. Lopez, Irvin
D. Moore, Muriel Johnson,
Eduardo C. King, Guillermo L.
Dixon, Rupert A. Phillips, Pre-
cinct 5: Dathan J. Martin, Mil-
dred White, Ashton Philpotts, Wil-
fred Adams, Elisha Bennett, Er-
nest Williams, Alfred Bushell, Al-
fonso Alexis, Doris Green, Go-
dwin Moore.


SCN-TV



SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade oof Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-Paragon Playhouse
4:30-Jalopy Races
5:00-Christophenr
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:5--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: 25 Years
of LIFE
10:30-Whats My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05--Enc: US Steel Hr.
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--agic Land of
Alakazam
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:
"Mrs.- Mike"
10:30-EBF: "The Amazon"
11:00--FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Ed .ullivan
TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST ADDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-Accent
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-True Adventure
7:00--ARMED FORCES
NEWS
7:15-BIENVENIDO
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Keefe Braselle Show
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Armchair Theatre:
"Bigr Fix
10:00-lack 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-Navy Screen i -
Lites
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-AROUND AND
ABOUT
7:15-Newsreel
7:30-Flight
8:00-Perry Como
:55--SCN NEWS
9:00-Here's Edie
9:30-Stump the Stars
10:00-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
ll:15-Enc: Zane Grey -
Andy Griffith
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00--FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLU'B
5:30-Science in Action
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
4:50-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-Stan Freberg
Special
S:S5-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:
"Mrs. Mike" &
"Big Fix"
5:00-Celebrity Golf
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00--oey Bishop
7:30-To Tell the Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Circle Theatre
10:00-Fight of the Week
10:45-Air Force Story
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15--Steve Allen


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EL 7 SERAN COMICIOS PARA CONCEJOS CIVICOS


S En las comunidades latino-ame-
ricanas las papeletas serAn dis-
tribuidas de casa en casa y re-
colectadas de nuevo por graduan-
dos las escuelas secundarias ba-
jo la supervigilancia de miem-
bros de los Concejos Civicos. La
votaci6n se extenderA a todo el
dia 7 de noviembre.
Los candidates para elecci6n
en las comunidades latino-ame-
ricanas, son:
CONCEJO CIVICO DE RAIN-
BOW CITY: Distrito de Rain-
bow City (5 vacantes) Kelvin
Barnett, Rupert "Buster" Beck-
ford, Holden L. Cockburn, H6c-
tor "Mike" De Sousa, Alberto
Dogue, Mrs. Victoria Hunter,
George V. Lewis, John R. Lewis,
Saturnin Mauge, Dora Morales,
Samuel Skeete, Rathburn Spring-
er, Distrito de Camp Coiner: (4
vacantes) Clement Bell, Mrs.
Myrtle Crooks, Cedric Gittens,
Edward Green, Roy S. Meade,
Mrs. Rose Mignott, Roy E. So-
bers, Audley M. Webster.
Distrito de Camp Bierd: (2 va-
cantes) Victor H. Archbold, Wil-
bert Dryden, Ralph Gooding, Ri-
chard Holness, Mrs. Mita Mat-
thews, Distrito de Rainbow City
Hights: (2 vacantes) Santiago
Graham, Horace Roberts, Robert
Urquart.
Distrito de Mout Hope (1 va-
cante) Percival Appleton y Jo-
seph Gray.
Distrito de Mindi (1 vacant)
Ben Alvarez, Jeorge Castro, Ri-
chard Chilcott y Aguedo Ramos.
CONCEJO CIVICO DE SANTA
CRUZ: Kenneth Haughton, Chris-
topher T. Cox, Rexford R. Innins,
Julian J. Hoyte, Mrs. Gladys
McKenzie, Eric J. Salkey, Her-
bert E. Daniel, Luis Balmaceda,
Clarence G. Gordon, Cecil Mor-
gan, Frederick A. Lawrence,
Mrs. Alice Cox, Richard Ford,
Ralph C. Thorne, Hubert Dover,
Fidel C. McKay, Cecilia Hawkins,
Adolfo M. Ruiz, Mrs. Edith Dyar,
Clarence Hansen, Miss Isilda
Vigier, Eustace Collins, Frances
(Frank) Wade.
SCONCEJO CIVICO DE PE-
DRO MIGUEL: Harold Gibbs,
Warnley D. Smith, Alfred E.
Bowen, Arthur W. Davis, Ellis L.
Fawcett, Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Sea-
bert Haynes, Wilberforce W.
Smith, Ashton M. Parchment,
Christopher E. Haywood, Linton
G. Roberts, Egbert M. Best,
Goldburn P. Maynard, Earl S.
Walron, Fitz H. Grant, Cleveland
Roberts, Darnley, Foster, Phil-
more M. Alexis, Theophilus Jem-
mott.
CONCEJO CIVICO DE PARAI-
SO: Primer Precinto: Servio Rue-
da, Herbert L. Clark, Edith
Brown, Raymond George, Harvey
L. Jones, Adolfo Bedoya, Inez
McKenzie, Harold W. Williams,
Sylvia Prince. Segundo Precinto:
(Pasa a la Pdgina 2)


Dignatarios de Panam y la Zona del Candl


iVisitaron la Feria Comercial el 23


k., og,


El interns que existe en altos niveles por las metas financieras y fines sociales del Fondo Unido
qued6 en evidencia al visitar el Presidente Roberto F. Chiari y el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Ro-
bert J. Fleming, Jr., las instalaciones de la Feria Industrial que se verifica en Corozal; ambos altos dig-
natarios estuvieron acompafiados de sus sefioras.
Entre los premios otorgados en esa ocasi6n a los exhibidores notamos: Henriquez y Compaiiia,
ganadores del primer premio por la mejor exhibici6n; la Compafiia Nestl por la mejor exposici6n in-
dustrial; Agencias Feduro, S. A. por el mejor despliegue presentado por un distribuidor; y Chrysler
International, S. A. por la mejor exhibici6n automovilistica.
En el campo de artefactos elestricos correspondi6 el laurel a Electra, S." A. y en el de articulos
artisticos ai Petaro Hermanos (DiStribuidora .Transoce4nica). .
En cuanto a artesania native la mejor fue la expuesta por Panam6 Bonito y en la oriental la de la
Casa Salom6n.
Acompaiaron al Jefe del Ejecutivo panameno en su visit a la Feria el Canciller Galileo Soils, el
Ministro de Obras Publicas, Max Delvalle, el de Hacienda, Carlos Sucre, el de Agricultura y Comercio,
Azael Vargas, todos con sus respectivas esposas. El Director de Protocolo y Ceremonial de Estado, Lic.
Camilo Levy Salcedo tambien form part de la comitiva presidential, que fue recibida por el Presiden-
te del Comit6 del Fondo Unido y seifora de Hollen ylos sefiores Bart H. Elich, William de la Mater y Alba
Hutchings.


La Feria abrira hoy de 7 a 10 de la noche y el sabado y domingo
DORA CECILIA ORILLAC DE CHIARI, esposa del President de
ming, esposa del Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, aparecen con
visit official de que aqui damos cuenta.


de 1 a 10 p.m.
Panama, y doina Eleanor Fle-
6ste en la grafica, durante la


Las elecciones para represen-
tantes de los Concejos civicos en
las comunidades norte-america-
nas de la Zona del Canal esthn
fijadas para el martes, 5 de no-
viembre venidero.
Los Candidatos a elecci6n para
los Concejos Civicos norte-ame-
ricanos son: Concejo Civico del
Pacifico: Distrito de Balboa: H.
Buehler; Mrs. Betty Brown; Mrs.
Leah Barkowitz; F. Cazabon; D.
Harned, M. Huff, Mrs. Peggy
Montayne, Mrs. Marguerite Orr,
B. Quinn, D. Raymond y S. Rose,
Distrito Anc6n-Balboa Heights:
Mrs. Joyce Baird, J. Chase, Mrs.
Maurine Jenks, E. Jones, Mrs.
Thelma Lowande, E. Oliver, y G.
Winber.
Distrito de Diablo Heights: D.
Daniel y C. Vosburgh. Distrito
de Los Rios: Mrs. Ashby, Mrs.
Blystone, A. Payne, Mrs. Sarah
Rowley, L. Sharpensteen y C.
Widell.
CONCEJO CIVICO DE GAM-
BOA: Para Presidente: John K.
Daily y Charles E. Howe, para
Concejales: David B. Baglien,
Ronald M. Brome, Herbert H.
Carlson, Gordon H. Deuermeyer,
James N. Duffus, Sharon Dukes,
Katherine Foulkes, Kenneth O.
Fugleburg, Katherine Headrick,
Robert E. Lee, James H. Rus-
sell, Gisela Smith, George W.
Thompson, Jr., y Robert W.
White..
CONCEJO CIVICO DE GA-
TUN: Josephine V. Johnson,
George B. Vinal, Mary Coffery,
Beatrice Bedwell, Ruby Holtz-
claw, Ann Damiani, Jeanette L.
McDonald, Mrs. Andrew Metz-
ger, George Mitchell, George Be-
binecz, Noralie Shobe, Gladys
Lasher, A. R. Moore, Letty
Moore, Francis P. Bertovich,
James E. Bredenkamp, Lee Wade
y Jean Wade.
CONCEJO CIVICO DE COCO
SOLO: Merrick Benks, Ronald E.
Baylis, Paul L. Beck, Esther
Bell, Wendel W. Bosley, Evelyn
W. Brandt, Frances Brown, C.
W. Caudill, Ann Egle, A. J. C.
Egle, Jane L. Frost, Gerald
Fruth, Betty A. Heppenheimer,
Henry Heppenheimer, Donald S.
Hounschell, Edward A. Kelly,
Jr., John Mason, John W. Week-
er, Geraldine Meeker, George
McConnel, John L. Odom, E. T,
Paine, Robert F. Shipman y Dr.
Dale B. Snow.
CONCEJO CIVICO DE CRIS-
TOBAL MARGARITA BRA-
ZOS HEIGHTS: Joseph Hickey,
Henry H. Lee, Jr., Frank E.
Riefkohl, Doris Sanders, Tom
Sellers, Earl Wrenn, Bertha
Brown, Mrs. B. F. Dowler, Jane
Huldtquist, R. F. Huldtquist, Jr.,
S. S. Irwin, Jr., James O. Nor-
man, David Vill, Walter A. Rein-
heimer, Mrs. Walter A. Rein-
h eimer y Mrs. Fred L. Wertz.


SEl Canal de Panamai Alcanz6



El 86% de Su Cuota del F. U.
.,


El Canal de PanamA ha al-
canzado ya el 86% de la meta
que se tiene fijada en la campa-
fia para recabar fondos para el
Fondo Unido. La suma hasta aho-
ra alcanzada monta a $74.800
La Direcci6n de Personal sus-
cribi6 115% de su cuota; el Des-
pacho del Presidente 109%; la
Contraloria un poco mAs del 95%,
pero debajo de la Direcci6n de
Asuntos Civiles que ha cubierto
ya el 96.5% de su cuota.
Le sigue la Direcci6n de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales con
casi el 94% de lo que le corres-
ponde aportar y luego la Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n con el 84.4 por ciento; Trans-
portes y Terminales, con 78 por
ciento y la Direcci6n de Salubri-
dad con casi el 77 por ciento.


Todavia anda a la saga la Di-
recci6n de Marina que apenas ha
logrado aportar el 63.3 por cien-
to de su cuota.
Una cosa sorprendente, en con-
cepto de un vocero del Fondo
Unido, es que con frecuencia hay
quienes donan con tanta largueza
que logran, hasta cierto grado,
compensar por aquellos que no
se animan a prestar ayuda a las
19 organizaciones apoyadas aqui
por el Fondo Unido.
En algunas entidades donde el
nimero de contribuyentes es com-
parativamente limitado la meta
financiera es lograda gracias al
espiritu civico de quienes dan
generosamente y adn cuando po-
cos son quienes dan, la contribu-
ci6n es notable.


LA SEIORA ELIZABETH PARKER, a la derecha, esposa del vice-Gobernador de la Zone del
Canal, David S. Parker, recibe de manos de la sfiora Olga de Disheron, un juego de pluma con ba-
se para escritorio, estilo florentino, de la exposici6n de la firm Patare Hermanos, de la ciudad
de Col6n, en la Feria Comercial del Fondo Unido quo se est6 Ilevando a cabo en el Edificio 19
de Corozal.


S EI C(aol de Pmanm6





PILLWAY

VOL~ N~-~ No. 19 VIR NE, Octubre 25 1MI-


VOL. U No. 19


VIERNEL Octubre 25, d


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tagina DOS S P IL L WAY October 25, 1963


EL EQUIPO
CRUZ gan6 el
L campeonato de
softball en los
events atl6ti-
cos de la Sema-
na de las Aso-
Sciaciones Fede-
A., rales de Cr6di-
to. Santa Cruz
venci6 primero
a Paraiso por 1
a O, y mAs tar-
de super6 al
First National
City Bank por
la misma ano-
taci6n. El First
National City
B a nBank venci6
N :,.:', ... despu6s a la
Direcci6n de
.. Salubridad por
11 a 3. En la
foto aparecen
various de los
jugadores que
tomaron parte
en el juego en-
tre Santa Cruz
y First National
City Bank.


FY..FI FNT1F CAT TFIUACIflN1N DA UTICARIA?


.IAJ S..JL U 1JMISION TIENE 1 iLJ AV IAJ


PARA SU MISSION TIENE BAVIA


'Para Richard B. Biava su de-
signaci6n como asesor en el
.adiestramiento de funcionarios
de seguridad de la Misi6n ;Eco-
nimica de Estados Unidos en
PanamA no constituy6 incursion
a un mundo desconocido; oriun-
do de Zaruma, Provincia del
.Oro, Ecuador, su padre fue
mnaestro-mecAnico de los talleres
-de una empresa minerala aurife-
ra en ese sitio, por espacio de
2 afios.
Al1 legar al Istmo Richard su
padre, Vicent Biava, primer oca-
pataz de los talleres de ia Divi-
sion de Draga y funcionario del
Canal desde 1940, lo recibi6 al-
borozado.
Richard Biava, su esposaShir-
ley :y sus tres nifios resident en
Paitilla actualmente. En 1946 re-
eibi6 su bachillerato en Ciencias
Econ6micas en la Universidad
de California, dediefndose a la
administraci6n de policia. Duran-
te tres anos fue official ejecutivo
de un batall6n de artilleria aereo-
transportada acantonada en Fuer-
'te Campbell, Ky., y de .1954 a
'1963 trabaj6 en la .Divisi6n de
Patrullas de la Pdlicia de Ber-
teley, California.
uDurante sus dos afios en Pana-
aami le incuibe ayudar a :las
organizaciones .policivas civiles
- en ilos programs de adiestra-
-miento, antes de ingresar al ser-
S vilo y estando en .la fuerza po-
liciva; incluye, 'tambi6n, asuntos


relacionados con el trinsito ve-
hicular, el patrullaje, asuntos ad-
ministrativos y de iinvestigaci6n.
Los planes de la Divisi6n de
Seguridad :Pblica de la Misi6n
Econ6mica incluyen el asesora-
miento, asi 'como proveer de
equipo bisico para reforzar la
seguridad puiblica en Panami.
Entre el equipo ya entregado .a
la :Guardia Nacional y al DENI
figuran vehiculos de patrullaje, y
equipo de :lboratorio y de adies-
tramiento.


SEl juguete de modelar, "Flub-
her", 'ha sido retirado de la cir-
culacion y no serA mis distribui-
do; la media se debe a que se
le atribuye ser causal de ligera
urticaria.
En total se recibieron 1.600 que-
jas de irritaci6n cutanea que se
.atribuia a la material iplistica de
-que esti hecho el juguete, en la
Administraci6n de Alimentos y
'Drogas o Medicamentos de los
Estados Unidos.,
Los fabricantes de "Flubber",
Hassenfeld Bros., de'Central Falls,
Rhode Island, ordenaron el reti-
To del juguete al reeibir informed
dde la entidad federal citada arri-
ba.


Las Fotos Marina Fascinan


Al Capitin Frank V. Kerley


Su oficio es de PrActico del
Canal de Panami, pero su pasa-
tiempo es el coleccionar fotogra-
fias de naves y de los puertos y
radas donde hacen escala en sus
travesias ultramarinas. Y no es
vana la entretenci6n del Capitin
Frank V. Kerley, como lo com-
probara durante la pasada gue-
rra mundial cuando su gruezo
album de fotos de puertos cos-
tefios de Argentina y Brasil, fue
utilizado nada menos que por el
Director del Puerto de Nueva
Orleasns, para la fijaci6n de ;nu-
tas para convoyes navales ;por
esas aguas.


"LA EDUCATION VIGORIZA


A LA NATION"

;La Semana Americana de la yen
MEducaci6n ofrece, en concept de ,bre
S. E. Esser, Superintendente de ra
la Division de Escuelas de 'la pro
Zona del Canal, "una excelente sos
,oportunidad para evaluar nues- y I
tro progress a la luz de nues- A
tra filosofia". cac
Encuentra el senior Esser, ipic
igualmente, que el period citado cac
(Nov. 10 al 16) puede emplearse Pa
;en explorer m6todos de mejo- Am
ramiento escolistico y para pro- cio
pender a cimentar. las relacio- S
lines entire el hogar, la ;comuni- 13
'dad y la escuela. rec
IBajo el lema de 'La Educa- riaE
*i6n Vigoriza a la Naci6n" se ex- ree
ipondran temas diaries que inclu- ria


(Viene de la Primera Pdgina)
Samuel Blenman, Hoagland May-
mard, Eulalia Brathwaite, Albert
:Smith, Arnold Marshall, Moises
iMinas, Edger Ogarra, Myrtle
McFarlane, Tercer Precinto:
'Clarence Sisnett, Garfield May-
mers, Wilfred B. Maynard, Calvin
,Shepherd, Ernest T. Franklin,
iRoland Carter, Carl Scotland.
Cuarto Precinto::Cecil C. Git-
itens, Clifton H. Lopez, Irvin D.
,Moore, Muriel Johnson, Eduardo
C. KiJg, Guillermo L. Dixon, Ru-
M At A. hillips.
gp inwcit: 'Dathan J.


es el lema

I: valorizaci6n del hombre li-
!; oportunidad de aprender:pa-
todos; ensefianza cualitativa;
ogramas balanceados; recur-
comunales; apoyo financiero;
netas para manana.
Ldemas de la Oficina ,de Edu-
i6n -de Estados Unidos, aus-
ian la semana annual de edu-
oi6n el Congreso Nacional de
dres y 'Maestros, la Legi6n
nericana y la Asociaci6n Na-
nal de Educaci6n.
Se ha fijado el dia mi6rcoles
de noviembre como dia de
ibo en las escuelas secunda-
s y el jueves 14 como dia de
ibo en las escuelas prima-
s en la Zona del Canal.


Martin, Mildred White, Ashton
Philpotts, Wilfred Adams, Elisha
Bennett, Ernest Williams, Alfred
Bushell, Alfonso Alexis, Doris
Green y Goodwin Moore.
Las ,comunidades latinoame-
ricanas de la Zona del Canal
eligirin los miembros de sus
Concejos Civicos en comicios
que estin fijados para 'el jue-
ves 7 de noviembre; la fecha
fue escogida para que no in-
terfiriese con las celebraciones
de los dias patriots de PanamA,
en las cuales millares de resi-
dentes de la Zona del Canal,
participan anualmente.


Tambi6n tiene su colecci6n
cierto valor hist6rico, ya que re-
gistra la visit al Istmo de na-
ves famosas ya desaparecidas,
unas convertidas en chatarra,
otras hundidas en las profundida-
des del oc6ano; entire 6stas es-
tin las malogradas Andrea :Do-
ria y Bianca C. (la dltima de las
mencionadas -fue incautada aqui
durante la guerra).
La coleccion de fotos captadas
por el Capitin Kerley include vis-
,tas de barcos de lujo que ya no
hacen -escala -en ,el Istmo, como
la Reina del Pacifico, el Isle de
France y el Empress of Scotland.
Y como 61 suele enviar a los Ca-
pitanes fotos de sus naves, les
pide que.pongan su aut6grafo en
,una ,copia- que ole devuelvan una
:para su :clecci6n. Anualmente
toma como 2,000 fotografias ma-
rinas .y obtener unas 800 firmas
aut6grafas.
Tanto renonmbre ha adquirido
;su colecci6n de fotos que el Ca-
pitin Kerley mantiene correspon-
dencia con profesionales de la
fotografia marina en Alemania,
Nueva Zelandia, SudAfrica, Nue-
va York, :San Francisco y Nue-
va Orleans, ,con quienes .comer-
cia -o canjea fotografias.
Ex-Presidente de 'la Sociedad
de :Numismftica Istmefia, el Ca-
pitan Kerley ostenta varias con-
decoraciones de la Segunda Gue-
rra Mundial. El y su sefiora,
viven con sus dos hijos en Mar-
garita.

Paseo en lancha

:ara el Club de

los Transportes
Mafiana sAbado 26 de octubre
inicia sus actividades con una
travesia parcial del Canal, abor-
do de la lancha "Las Cruces",
el recien organizado Club Social
de Anc6n, de la Divisi6n de
Transportes.
Los socios deben de congre-
garse en Pedro Miguel a las 4:30
de la tarde para el paseo en la
lancha que los llevari hasta Ga-
tin y volveri a traer al embar-
,cadero.
Sidney Francis, chafer en la
iDivisi6n de 'Transporte, preside
l1 dlub social citado.


Maquinas Que Venden


Comestibles Instalaran


:La miquina continia impla-
cablemente suplantando al hom-
bre y la Zona del Canal, no po-
dia sustraerse a ese fen6meno
de la Era 'contemporinea.
Dentro de poco aparecerin
por todos los almacenes, cen-
tros de servicios comunales y
demAi sitios adecuados, apara-
tos para el expendio mecAnico
de comestibles (frios y calien-
tes) alimentos, cafe, pasteles y
golosinas.
En la antesala del teatro de
Balboa se instalaran miquinas
con pastillas y rositas de maiz
y en la cafeteleria de la escue-
la secundaria de Diablo Heights
funcionari otra con pastillas,
en tanto que en la de:la escue-
la secundaria de Crist6bal ha-
brA no solo de pastillas sino de
ibebidas gaseosas.
Pero la innovaci6n mis es-
pectacular se registrar en el


comedor del Gorgas donde ope.
rarAn maquinas con pasteles,
cafe y alimentos, tanto calien-
tes cuanto frios.
Las miquinas para el expen-
dio de articulos de consume es-
tin muy de moda en los Esta-
dos Unidos, utilizAndose espe-
cialmente en escuelas y hospi-
tales.
Alfred Houston, gerente del
restoran del Centro de Servi-
cios Comunales de Balboa pa-
s6 una semana visitando la fi-
brica de la Vendo Company, en
Kansas City, donde inspeccio-
n6 la fabricaci6n de esas mi-
quinas y la escuela de adies-
tramiento, donde tom6 un cur-
so en la venta de esos apara-
tos y la preparaci6n de comes-
tibles para uso en los mismos.
Las maquinas que se pondrin
en uso a inicios del afio entran-
te, tiene capacidad para entire
100 y 300 articulos.


OASIS DE FERIADOS SE



ESTAN APROXIMANDO "


Los relojes despertadores con-
frontan dias de silencio; queda-
ran como amordazados y olvi-
dados y apagado el violent y
ofensivo repiqueteo de su horri-
ble campanilla, violadora del
suefo.
Jornadas de apacible descan-
so y dormir inninterrumpido se
perfilan para todos y solo el tri-
nar de las aves y el llamado de
las playas dorindose al sol, .sa-
cudiran nuestro letargo, pues se
aproximan tres feriados en no-
viembre que son como un convi-
te :a :extensos Jfines de semana.
Para emapezar tenemos el lu-
nes 4, que todos tendrAn libre en
gracia a que el 3 de noviembre,


aniversario de la Independencia
de PanamA, cae en domingo.
Luego, otro lunes, 11 de no-
viembre, Dia de los Veteranos
que es, tambiin, feriado. Viene
despues el 28 de noviembre, Dia
de Acci6n de Gracias y aniversa-
rio de la Independencia paname-
fia de la Corona Espafiola: tam-
bien feriado.
Los almacenes de alimentos de
Balboa, normalmente cerrados
los lunes, funcionaran el unes
25 de noviembre, y los de Gam-
boa y Margarita, normalmente
cerradoslos:mircoles, abrirfn el
.mi6rcoles 27 de noviembre. Ell
almacin de Diablo Heights per-
-maneceri abierto como de cos-
.tumbre.


Naci6 Aqui El ter. Secretario


De La Embajada de Los EE.UU.


El Primer Secretario de la'Em-
bajada norte-americana en Pa-
-nami no es.extrafio al Istmo, ya
que su familiar ha estado ligada
al Canal de Panama por tires ge-
neraciones. Mias adn, Thomas
Daniel Huff (ver fotografia en
la secci6n inglesa) naci6 en An-
c6n de modo que ha vuelto al
suelo que lo viw nacer, al encar-
garse de su cargo diplomitico
que envuelve la jefatura de la
secci6n administrative de la Em-
bajada.
Desde los dias de su infancia,
su graduaci6n en la escuela se-
cundaria de Balboa y el perio-
do en que fue funcionario del Ca-
nal de PanamA, Thomas Daniel
Huff ha transitado per los cami-
.nos del mundo en su carrera del
Servicio Exterior, habiendo vivi-
do en lugares tan distantes co-
mo Bucarest, Rumania, donde
fue adjunto a la Legaci6n y en
Lisboa, Portugal, donde ya te-
nia el rango de Segundo Secre-
tario. En dos ocasiones estuvo
adscrito al Departamento de Es-
tado en Washington y servia en
la Direeci6n del Personal alli
antes de ser asignado a su car-
go diplomitico en PanamA en
septiembre de 1961.
Egresado de la Universidad de
Pace, efi Nueva York, Huffs sir-
vi6 en la Armada norte-america-
na durante la pasada guerra
mundial. En 1947 contrajo ma-
trimonio con la seiorita Jewel
Fletcher; su hijo, Thomas Flet-


La piscina de Balboa perma-
necerA cerrada el lunes 28 y
martes 29 de los corrientes pa-
ra su limpieza; reabrira el
mi6rcoles 30.
Hasta el 5 de-enero, que du-
Ta la ausencia del titular R. O.
Theriault, fungirfi como Ayu-
dante Interino el Director tde


cher, de once anos y su ,hija
Jewel Lee, de 5, resident con
sus padres en Nuevo Campo Ale-
gre.
A su llegada al istmo fueron
recibidos con gran jdbilo por sus
parientes, especialmente su her-
mano Maenner B. Huff, funcio-
nario del Ramo de Procedimien-
tos y Normas de la Contraloria
del Canal de Panama.
El Padre del diplomitico Huff,
Mercer Blanchard Huff, (q.d.D.
g.) fue Pagador del Canal de Pa-
namA, jubilandose en 1944; lo so-
brevive su viuda, dofia Selma
Maenner Huff, domiciliada en St.
Petersburgo, Florida.
Durante los dias de la cons-
trucci6n del Canal el abuelo de
Huff, L. T. Maenner, fue Inge-
niero de la Comisi6n Istmica del
Canal y hace solo un dicada su
tio materno, el finado Theodoro
Maenner, fue nombrado .por 2
aios en la Junta Directiva del
Canal de PanamA por el Pre-
sidente Eisenhower.
Aun cuando el diplomitico Huff
encuentra muchos cambios en
PanamA, -("para lo mejor, por
supuesto", dice con una sonrisa,)
le place sobremanera que cuan-
do algdin asunto de la Enbajada
lo lleva a tratar con funciona-
rios del Canal se encuentra con
viejos compafieros de aula de
Balboa.
"Facilita inmensamente el me-
jor entendimiento", co men t a
Huff.


la Direeci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales el seinor Ri-
chard K. Erbe.
Mientras dure la ausencia del
Secretario Ejecutivo, ocuphra
su lugar el senior F. G. :Duns-
moor y J. PatrickCConley fun-
gird de Subsecretario Ejecuti-
ve,


.j
7,


I October 25, 1963


SPILLWAY


tagina DOS














* Laguna Va a Paris a Noquear a Rafiu


Rumbo a Paris, Francia, partirA durante la primera semana del mes de noviembre el destacado pugilista colonense Ismael Laguna, con
el objeto de enfrentarse a Joe Rafiu King, de Nligeria, el 18 de noviembre en el Palacio de los Deportes de Paris.
Laguna esta clasificado por la Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo como el primer retador a la corona mundial de la division pluhna que osten.
ta el cubano Ultiminio "Sugar" Ramos, en tanto que King aparece clasificado en segundo lugar.
Fue precisamente frente a. King que Ramos hizo su 61tima defense del titulo el 13 de julio en Ciudad de M6xico, venciendo al nigeriano
por decision unanime.
El combat entire Laguna y King fue arreglado por el agent international de boxeadores Dewey Fragetta, de Nueva York, quien hizo
kos arreglbs con el apoderado del colonense, Isaac Kresch.
Con Laguna viajar6n Kresch y el entrenador Ram6n "Curro" Dosman.
El ganador del combat tendra la oportunidad de enfrentarse al campe6n mundial Ramos, en caso de que iste siga en la division pluma,
ya que se Il est hacienda muy dificil mantenerse en las 126 libras. En su 1ltima pelea el martes por la noche en Londres, cuando noque6 tec.
nicamente en dos asaltos al escoe6s Sammy McSpadden, Ramos pes6 135 libras.



FRANCIS vs TROTTMAN


PELEAN EL DOMINGO
El campei6n de peso plma del Istmo, Beresford Francis, reapare-
cerb el domingo en el Gimnasio Nacional, cuando se mida en combat '
a diez vueltas con el colonense Humberto Trottman, con peso maximo -:
de 129 libras.
Francis regres6 recientemente de M6xico, en donde fue noqueado
en dos asaltos por el mexicano Vicente Saldivar, y el domingo tratara
de imponerse claramente a su mas joven rival para buscar un encuen-
tro de desquite con el: mexicano. Francis tiene 21 arios de edad y -
Trottman 18.
Solamente Ismael Laguna y el norfeamericano Auburn Copeland
han logrado vencer aqui a Francis en los dos 61timos afios.
Habra fambi6n otro encuentro dediez vueltas en el program que
'presentari el, domingo el promoter Luis Craig, pues se enfrentarin"
Adalides Muiioz y Ernesto Douglas con peso de 119 libras.
En lbs preliminares de, cuatro asaltos chocarAn Antonio Amaya -
y L-zaro Frutos en 124 libras, mientras que Marcos Layne y Encarna- .
ci6n Guerrero se enfrentarkn en un peso de 124 libras. ..'



SANTA CRUZ ES EL CUCO DE T. . .


Los equipos de baloncesto de
Santa Cruz superaron a los de
Paraiso en los partidos de la di-
visi6n intermedia de la Liga In-
Aj


"Cuando en aprietos, escojan
a Hector L6pez", pareciera ser
la consigna de los Yanquis que
en la pasada temporada echa-
ron mano del panamefio para
que los salvase en situaciones
apretadas.
Y Hector supo responder...
Constantemente sus batazos de
largo metraje decidieron la
anotaci6n de carreras muy ne-
cesarias. Tony Kubek calcula
que al menos en 15 juegos fue
L6pez quien peg6 los incogibles
que dieron el triunfo a los Yan-
quis. Por lo bajo se estima
que una media docena de ve-
ces fue Hector L6pez quien em-
puj6 la carrera ganadora en
Qi emocionante y decisive no-


tercolegial el mi6rcoles por la
tarde en el: Gimnasio de Santa
Cruz.
En el juego femenino, Santa
Cruz se impuso a Paraiso con
anotaci6n de 20 por 11, sobresa-
liendo por las vencedoras Dixie
Swebjy con 6 puntos, Ivon Wal,
ters y M6nica Miller con 4 cada
una, mientras que por las per-
dedoras, M, Nelson y W. Wood-
cock. anotavan cuatro puntos ca,
da una.
En el desafio de varones, San-
ta Cruz derrot6 a Paraiso por 31
a 12, resultando los mayores
anotadores de los vencedores Re-
naldo Stennett con 8 puntos, Ri-
cardo Small con 5 y Lorenzo Jo-
nes con 4: Por los vencidos, S.
Lord anot6 5 y A. Rodriguez 4.


Lo admirable es que el chi.
ricano, pese al mal rato pasa-
do en el segundo asalto, se so-
brepuso a la circunstancias y
acost6 a su rival cuan largo
era en el quinto asalto. Y han
podido contarle hasta cansarse
el brazoe.. o detenerse todos los
cron6metros. Casterbondo esta-
ba inconsciente. Y Rios se apun.
t6 otra victoria nitida por la
via mas corta y contundente.


veno episodic. Siempre conect6
hits cuando mas necesarios
eran y en circulos de su equipo
nadie le dispute la posici6n co-
mo bateador mas sereno y se-
guro bajo condiciones adver-
sas: siempre que cuente con
dos strikes en su contra, Hector
sabe crecerse y conectar la bo-
la fire y seguramente.
"Me gusta dejar pasar algu-
nas ofertas del lanzador, para
mejor calcular su estilo y ve-
locidad", dice el. panamefio,
"parece que me concentro me-
jor en mi juego cuando tengo
dos strikes en contra, pero ave-
ces, para desconcertar al lan-
zador ,le pego a su primer lan-
zamiento..." concluye Hector
con una sonrisa socarrona.


FERNANDO BRADLEY, a la izquierda, destacado tenista panameiio de larga tra-
yectoria exitosa en las canchas de tennis de Panama y la Zona del Canal, es feli-
citado per Vicent Sampson, despu6s que Bradley triunf6 por 4-6, 6-3 y 6-0 en el
partido de individuals masculines celebrado el sabado en Santa Cruz, como parte
de las actividades deportivas de la Semana de las Asociaciones de Cr6dito en la
Zona del Canal. Bradley, triunfador en este semifinal, jugara en las finales el
sabado a las 9 p.m. en Paraiso, frente al ganador del partido que jugaban el mi6r-
coles en Paraiso los tenistas Oscar Simons y Joshua Mitchell.


in victao RENIDAS PELEAS EN

STriu, nfaron T -'.T I"T w A- iA-'&A W 4-


Bucaneros
El viernes pasado termin6 el
campeonato de la Liga Juvenil de
Baloncesto de Santa Cruz con el
triunfo del quinteto Bucaneros
que gan6 los seis partidos que
celebr6, seguido por el Segundo
Frente que gan6 tres juegos y
perdi6 tres; Celtics con dos vic-
torias y cuatro derrotas y por
fltimo los Apaches con. un solo
kxito contra: cinco reveses.

Condecoran

A Meritonros

Colonenses
COLON Motive de jibilo y
beneplicito ha sido la decision
del Departamento Nacional de
Educaci6n Fisica que dirige el
professor Carlos Manuel Pretelt,.
de condecorar con la Medalla
de Ore y Diploma de Merito de
dicho organismo gubernamen-
tal a various organizadores de-
portivos de la Costa atlantica,
gracias a las nobles gestiones
del H. C. Jorge A. Gregoire.
Son ellos: Rogelio Aikman, Mil.
ciades Blandon, (q.e.p.d.), (lo
recibirA un familiar en nombre
de dicho recordado animador
deportivo); Francisco Brown,
Club 20-30, Federico Fong, Ed-
gardo Lombardo, Carlos Tama-
yo, Randall Thompson, Jaime
V6lez y Francisco Villamil. Di,
chos propulsores del deported
colonense recibirAn sus mere-
cidos premios de manos del
Excmo. senior Presidente de la
Repiblica, Don Roberto Fran-
cisco Chiari, el 5 de noviembre,
"DIA DE COLON", en el Con-
cejo, como un estimulo ejem-
plar para que otros sigan su
magnifico ejemplo. El vice-
Presidente de la Rep6blica, Co-
ronel Jos6 Dominador BazAn
los presentara al Jefe del Es-
tado, y Federico Fong, dara l1s
gracias en nombre de todos.


CLUVIN EL DJOINGV


La Liga de Boxeo Aficionado
de Col6n presentara el domingo
pr6ximo en la Arena de Col6n,
siete peleas de campeonato des-
de las 8:30 p.m., con el" objeto
de escoger la: representaci6n de
Col6n en los pr6ximos campeona-
tos nacionales.
El program a celebrarse el
domingo es el siguiente:
Felipe G6mez
vs -
Julio Davis
105 lbs.
Miguel' Martinez
vs -
Julio Davis
112 lbs.


A la hora de despachar a sus
contrincantes per la via rapida,
colocAndolos en posici6n hori-
zontal, los trompadachines ist-
mefios mejor capacitados pare
ello parecieran ser los de peso
pluma.
Descuellan en esa habilidad
Jos6 Chato Lombardo, quien es-
tableci6 la marc (aun no su-
perada) de 10 oponentes conse-
cutivos puestos HORS DE COM-
BAT. Esa proeza logr6 empa.
tarla Sim6n Vergara y ahora
ha hecho lo propio Ismael La-
guna.
;Qui6n sera el primero en fi-
jar otra marca? Algunos se in-
clinan per Laguna, pero la ca-
tedra piensa que mas bien le


Victor Hoyt
vs -
JUan G6ndola
110 lbs.
Vernal Farmun
vs -
Pedro Borb6a
126 lbs.
Thomas Mendoza
vs -
Paul Robinson
133 lbs.
Ceferino Borbia
vs -
Victor Cuadra
139 lbs.
Jos6 Echeverria
vs -
Atanacio Molinar
147 lbs.


toward realizarlo al trompada.
chin chiricano, Carlos Rios.
Rios tiene velocidad, resisted.
cia, valentia para regular y un
golpe que prudece letargo y
causa sopor instantaneo. El mu-
chacho se perfila como uno de
los nuevos pinos del boxeo pa.
nameio e ira lejos, si quienes
le manejan tienen suficiente
criteria como para obtenerte un
COACH de primera que sepa
conducirlo y ensefiarle lo que
en ingles solian Ilamar "ring
generalship".

Otra cosa serfa malograr a
un pugil que cuenta con lo b6-
sico para hacer de1 t un aem r
del cuadrildtero. Y Rios iene
el potential requerido par el&o.


- -s


CANASTEROS DE PARAISO


Halloween-
en Pro de
Desamparados
Los chicuelos enmascara-
dos, o disfrazados de bru-
jos, que pululen per alli al
anochecer del jueves 31 de
octubre, no estarin unica-
mente participando en las
tradicionales travesuras. de
"Halloween" este afio: esta-
rin recogiendo donativos pa-
ra los' niios desemparados
de todo elb mundo.
Portando alcancias de la
UNIFEC, los chicos solicita-
rAn dinero en los hogares
que "asalten" con su bulli-
cio y luego se congregaran
en centros juveniles e igle-
sias para hacer entrega de
lo recogido, que sera remi-
tido a la Organizaci6n de las
Naciones Unidas para 'el
Fondo de la Nifiez Desam-
parada.
__^_^ ^ _^_~i_ _ __ _


HE CTOR LOPEZ:


EL EMER GENTE


POR EXCELENCIA


Octubre 25 de 1963


SPILLWAY58 Y


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Octubre 25 de 1963


SPILLWAY


P6gina CUATRO


I. -- ~ 7


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
12:00-Peleas quoe hicera
hisoria
12:30-Show del Medlodia
1:30-Tarde de Toros
2:00-Cine en su Casa
3:30-Teleteatro
5:00-Carnaval do Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
:30-Jitazoo Royal
7T00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-Un Paso al M6s
Al&
0:O30-T.eletatro
LUNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Soeri Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
C&mara
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajeo
Mundiales
s:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
:30--Noticlas
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Aiedrez Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opinl6n
10:00-Noticlas .
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias -
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
C&mara
2:00-Avances
2:15--Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
3:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrollitas
6:00--Popey
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30--Biograia
8:00-Fred Astaire
Present
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noficias
12:45-Cine Serle S*manal
1:30-ElI Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
S:15--Reportajom
Mundialeo
3:00--Teleteato
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartoneo
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrollitas
S:00-Dibujos Animadoa
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaeo
3:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Robert Taylor
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticas
10:15--Teleteatro
JUEVES
S12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00--Aances
: 15-Reportaies
Mundialos
S:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeyo
6:30-Noticias
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 de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avancoe
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Canaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-ElMCegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Rfle
7:30--Picapiedra
8:00-Boris Karlofl
9:00--El Fabricante do
Noticias
9:30-Mantovran
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyeccl6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartoneos
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Avances
3:15-Reportaije
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Nolicias
10:15-Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Lecrere o
11:00--Sdlvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazafias del Espaclo
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Inormal
1:30-Norela Semanal
3:30-Pelicula
5:30-Festival de Cartones
6:00-Furia
6:30-Cero Una
7:00-Bonanxa
8:00-Solo los Vallentes
9:00-Encruciada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
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 on T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y Cdmicas
6:00--Serie de Aventuras
6:30--Ley del Revolveo
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-La Heiencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Ruta 66
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
MARTES
11:30-Festival de
Cartones
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-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00E1 Hombre on el
Espacio
6:30--Yogi Bear
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30--Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-La Legi6n Extranjera
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hiplco
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00--Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
:00--Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ivanhoo
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Canciones
8:30-La Herencia
3:00-El, Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
10:45--Pelicula
JUEVES
11:30-Festival de
Cartones
12:15--Rev61ver a la
Orden
12:45--Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hiplco
1:10-Novela Somanal
1:45--Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeros y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dick Powell Show
10:30-Pelicula
10:45-Noticias
VIERNES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-Guillermo Tell
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-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-La Era Siniestra
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-Noticias
SABADO
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-Llanero Solitario
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30-El Tercer Hombre
2:00-Repriss Novela de
las Cinco
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador
Submarine
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticlas
10:15-Pelicula


-GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


JESUS VILLEGAS, sefialerode
la Division de Navegaci6n del
Canal de Panama, monta guar-
dia desde la cumbre de un ce-
rro donde queda la Estaci6n de
Sefiales de Gamboa, una de va-
rias mantenidas por esa Divi-
si6n. (Hay otras en el Cerre
del Contratista, en La Pita, en
la isla de Flamenco y encima
del Muelle 6 de Crist6bal). Vi-
Ilegas Ileva 24 afios de servir
al Canal de Panama y 19 con
la Division de Navegaci6n, ha-
biendo trabajado antes con la
de Transporte. Sus funciones
consistent en dar las sefiales a
las naves que pasan por el Ca.
nal. La cuniforme significa
Norte y la redonda, Sur. Ville-
gas reside en la ciudad de Pa*
nama, con su sefora e hijo.


EN SU PANTALLA


PARAISO
Viernes 25:
30 Years Run
Viernes 25 10:30 p.m.:
The Tingler
SAbado 26:
Return to Warbow
To Murder a Rich
Uncle

Dom. 27 y Lunes 28:
Billy Bodd
Martes 29:
El Gato y We Were Stranger

Mibrcoles: 30:
Crowded Sky and Dark at the
Top of the Stairs
Jueves 31:
Sept. Storm
Viernes lo:
Owl Show: The Atomic Man
SAbado 2:
Claudelle Inglish
and Fort Dobbs

VISITANTE DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores ............ 1.703
Esclusas de GatOn ... 163
Las Cruces,
9 viaies ............. 856
Reina Manuelita,
2 viajes ............ 28

TOTAL: ..............2.750




Comandante


de los U-2


Hablari a


Contables

El Mayor Patrick Hollo-
ran, comandante de la es-
cuadrilla de Aviones de Ele-
vada Altitud (U-2), sera el
orador durante el pr6ximo
almuerzo reglamentario de
la Asociaci6n Federal de
Contables que se verificara
el mi6rcoles 30 de octubre.
En la 1ltima reuni6n-al-
muerzo habl6 el distinguido
comerciante panamefio Ar-
turo D. Melo, quien alab6 la
contribuci6n a la Ciencia he-
cha por la Sociedad GeogrA-
fica Nacional (Notional Geo-
graphic Society) en sus ex-
ploraciones por los mAs dis-
tantes rincones de la tierra.


SANTA CRUZ

Days of Wines and Roses
Tight Spot

(Claudelle Inglish
Fort Dobbs


September Storm

Crowded Sky and
Dark at the Top
of the Stairs
El Gato and
We Were Strangers

Billy Budd

Footsteps in the Fog

Hitler


RAINBOW CITY

Texas John Slaughter
Calypso Heatwave

Viva Zapata!



Days of Wine and Roses

Revilver en Guardia
y
Jubal
Harry Black and The Tiger
Annie of the Indies

30 Years of Fun

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CALENDARIOB E EVENTS
S OCTUBRE

25 Sociedad Anglo-Panameiia: Reuni6n General en el Sa-
16n Panama del Hotel El Panami.Hilton. Hora: 8 p.m.
La profesora Dra. Reina Torres de Arauz, exhibirS una
cinta sobre los Indios chocoes del Darien. Hark la pre-
sentaci6n el Embajador Sir Edgar Vaughan.
25 Exhibici6n de cuadros del famoso pintor colombiano EN-
RIQUE GRAU en la galeria del Instituto Panamefo de
Arte. Lugar: Magisterio Panamefio Unido.
26 Baile de Disfraces de Halloween.
Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana. 8:30 p.m.
27 CINE INFANTIL: El Pescador de Galilea (Big Fisher-
man) Lugar: Teatro Bella Vista. Hora: 10:00 a.m. Prb-
cio: $0.25.
29 Recital de Piano: NELLY HIRSH DE INGRAM. Teatro
Bella Vista. Hora: 8:45 p.m.' Ultima funci6n de la tem-
porada de la Asociaci6n de Conciertos.
30 Se proyectarAn las peliculas: "Arte en el Hemisferio
Occidental", "Pintura Abstracta", "Cromolitografia co-
mo medio Artistico". Magisterio Panamefio Unido. 8:00
p.m.
30 Exhibici6n permanent de la colecci6n de orfebreria
precolombina en una vitrina de seguridad donada por
la Sociedad "Amigos del Museo".
NOVIEMBRE
1 Dia de los Santos Inocentes.
2 Dia de los Difuntos.
3 60Q Aniversario de la Independencia de la Reptblica de
Panama. Feriado en todo el Istmo.
4 Dia de la Bandera. Desfile del pabell6n panameiio en
todas las poblaciones del pais. Habitantes de las pobla-
clones limitrofes de la Zona del Canal, admiraran el
desfile de banderas panamefias por Anc6n y Balboa.
5 Dia de Col6n. Las festividades patrias de Panama me
centralizan en la ciudad atlAntica. donde acuden las
mis altas autoridades civiles y militares.
7 al 9 Presentaci6n de la pieza teatral original de Maxwell An-
derson, JOAN DE LORRAINE en el Auditorio de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Balboa. Dirige: Raymond Green.
25 Festival de Santa Catalina en Pedasi.
28 Aniversarlo de la declaraci6n de independencia pesa-
mefia de la Corona Espafiola. (1821).


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