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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: November 1, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
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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Volume ID: VID00431
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Canal Collects



93% of UF Goal
With, the goal getting closer, United Fund contribu-
* tions by the Panama Canal are climbing slowly but steadi-
ly. They are now at 93 percent of the total goal of $74,900.
In order of their attainment of the dollar goals, the
following are the winners among the various bureaus:
Office of the President 119 percent, Personnel Bureau
nearly 116 percent, Civil Affairs Bureau over 104 percent,
Office of the Comptroller over 102 percent and Supply and
Community Service Bureau over 100 percent of the finan-
cial goal.
Next in order are Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau with better than 88 percent, the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau with close to 86 percent, the (Health
Bureau with nearly 82 percent and the Marine Bureau's
3,414 employees with almost 71 percent of goal.
With paydays coming again next week, further con-
tributions are expected and those returning from leave
may swell the total gifts from Panama Canal personnel
to the United Fund.
Much credit is due to the various employees of the
Panama Canal who gave generously of their time to serve
as volunteer workers with the United Fund Trade Fair.
This was a big help to the total United Fund effort.
There'll be a special rail fare for Atlantic siders for
"A Night of Music". Cost will be only $1 for the round
trip, vs. $2 normally for a first class ticket. The special
rate tickets will be sold on the 5 p.m. train only, and not
at the station at Colon. Passengers need only identify
themselves as making the trip for the musical show in
order to obtain their train tickets.



* Aviation Agency


Marks 5 Years


The Federal Aviation Agency,
which observes its fifth anni-
versary today, has its local
headquarters beyond the Civil
Affairs Building, and off the
entrance road to Curundu.
As the U. S. government
agency responsible for air safe-
ty in the jet age, FAA was born
officially on November 1, 1958,
when Elwood R. (Pete) Quesa-
da, a retired Air Force general
with a distinguished record in
aviation, became its first ad-
ministrator.
Today, FAA is headed by
Najeeb E. Halaby, former test
pilot with a depth of experience
in aviation, law and government
service. He took office January
19, 1961.
The FAA on the Canal Zone
employs 155 people. Local
facilities'are headed by Clifford
P.' Rosencrans, FAA's area
manager. He was formerly
area coordinator in Atlanta, Ga.
Here FAA operates the
Panama Air Route Traffic
Control Center and the Bal-
O boa International Flight
Service Station.
The ARTCC supervises the
operation of all aircraft flying
under Instrument Flight Rules
(IFR) within the Panama Air
Traffic Control Area Flight In-
formation Region, which ex-
tends some 400 miles north and
south of Tocumen International
Airport, Republic of Panama.
This strip is just wide enough
to include the entire Republic.
The ARTCC is directed by Act-
ing Center Chief MIarvin P.
Moultrie.
For example, when you,
as a passenger, are lifted in-
to the air on a commercial
flight from Tocumen to
Miami, the pilot has filed
a flight plan with the center
before he was cleared for
takeoff. Some 15 to 30 miles
out, he shifts from Tocumen


Tower control to Panama
ARTCC control, flying on
the invisible highways of
the air.
Your pilot (and you) will be
travelling in a block of reserv-
ed airspace at least 60 miles
wide, and 1,000 feet thick, with
a 20 minute interval of time in
front and behind as added pro-
tection.
Constantly he relays informa-
tion to the controllers here who
keep track of the plane on
flight-progress boards.
Upon reaching the rim of this
area's circle of responsibility,
the plane is next guided by the
adjacent ARTCC at Kingston,
Jamaica; then the center at
Havana, Cuba, and finally the
Air Route Traffic Center at
Miami.
The Balboa International
Flight Service Station is of
paramount importance in
the air traffic service.
James L. Dalton is Acting
Chief.
Known to thousands of pilots
as "Panama Radio," the Bal-
boa IFSS provides pre-flight
weather briefings and in-flight
follow-up service to any pilot
who requests them. It trans-
mits local and area weather
reports, which are received re-
gularly from points as distant
as Lima, Peru, and Miami.
IFSS also transmits informa-
tion about temporary restric-
tions at airports and many mat-
ters of interest to airmen. It
maintains communications also
with Curacao, N.W.I., Hondu-
ras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Co-
lombia and Ecuador, and with
Howard Air Force Base and
the major airline offices in
Panama.
One of the station's most
important duties is the
search and rescue operation
put into effect when an air-
craft is overdue at its re-
porting station or destina-
tion; another is the assis-
tance given to aircraft in
difficulty, orienting the pilot
and directing him to an
emergency airport.
The Systems Maintenance
Sector keeps all FAA equip-
ment in order, including the
transmitter arid receiver sites
located at Telfers Island, on
the Atlantic side, and the Chi-
va Chiva facility on the Pacific.
Other facilities atop Ancon Hill
and Cerro Galera provide air-
ground contact.
FAA people live in Cardenas
Village, a housing area main-
tained by the agency. It is bet-
ween Corozal and Ft. Clayton,


Gift of the Panama Canal Musea




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P ILL AN


VOL. II No. 20 FRIDAY, November 1, 1963


THE FLAPPERS HOLD IT during a rehearsal of their giddy
Varsity Drag dance number expected to be a stand-out among the
14 entertainment numbers set by Air Force people and the YMCA
for their bang-up Night of Music to be given Tuesday, November
5 at Balboa Theater. Tickets are $1 and the take all goes to the
United Fund.


B 0ack Light Minstrel, Fun For UF

On A Night of Music It's Tuesday


Showtime will be 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, November 5 at Balboa
Theater when the 776th Air Force
Band sounds "The Battle ,H'ymn
of the Republic" as the overture
for "A Night of Music."
Every one of the 14 entertain-
ment numbers will be new to the
public of Panama and the Canal
Zone. And every $1 that goes into
the ticket booth will be on a
direct route to the United Fund.
Tunes of today, long-ago and
not so long ago will tickle the
listener's ear against a back.
ground of imaginative costumes
and fastpaced choreography.
The program goes like this:
Stephen Foster Melodies, by the
band and Airman John Drum-
mond.
Alabama Jubilee, a dance-band
and black light minstrel number.
Gay Nineties Overture, followed
by El Capitan March, by the band.
South Rampart Street Parade,
dance band and dance troupe.
Over There Selection, band and
Airman John Drummond.
Varsity Drag, the Flapper Num-
ber, by combo and dancers.
Rhapsody In Blue, by the band.
Dance Band Themes, by the
band, including Woodchoppers


Ball, Moonlight Serenade and
Mood Indigo.
World War II Songs, by Mrs.
Jaynet Lindsey with piano ac-
companiment. They include White
Cliffs of Dover and I don't Want
to Set the World On Fire.
Sound of Music, including From
This Moment On by Mrs. Lindsey
with band.
Till There was You, and Se-
venty Six Trombones, by band
and chorus.
Finale with Credits, Air Force
Song, by band and chorus.
Most of the credit for the whole
show being put orn by Air Force
people and the Balboa YMCA
goes to Capt. and Mrs. Melvin
A. Huyett. He is the conductor
and she (Mrs. Barbara J. Huyett)
is responsible for the script,
choreography and production.
Maj. Jack Capers, USAF, will
be the narrator, and another Al-
brook AFB officer, Capt. Jim
Jones, is in charge of publicity.
The show-folk are also getting
the biggest kind of help from the
staff of the Balboa Theater, show-
house for "A Night of Music."
"So come all ye people and
have fun for the fund," say the
producers and show-folk.


1DOINATIONS

FALLING OFF
Deposits in the Pacific Side
Blood Bank dipped during Sep-
tember, statistics show. The
supply is not keeping pace with
the need.
The fall-off dramatizes how
easy it is to forget to make
donations until emergency
strikes and the need becomes
acute in one's own family.
For the Canal organization,
the bank fell only 10 pints dur-
ing the month, to 87 from the
97 on hand at the end of August
But for the bank as a
whole, the 98 pints on hand
August 31 had dropped 33
to 65 pints when the figures
closed for September.
For the Armed forces, includ-
ing their civilian employees,
the drop was 15 pints from 49
to 34.
'Other groups receiving me-
dical care on the Canal Zone
were already out of blood and
in debt to the bank for 48 pints
at the end of August. They
Slipped eight additional pints
into arrears during September.
But there were several bright
spots in the donations by Canal
employees.
Of the 34 donors who pre-
sented themselves in Sep-
tember from all Bureaus
ten were supplied by the
Terminals Division of the
Transportation and Termi-
nals Bureau.
This helped to bring the
whole bureau up from a minus
two at the end of August to a
plus one for September.
Blood Bank donations are re-
ceived on Mondays through Fri-
days at Gorgas Hospital from
8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. except
from 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon.
Donating requires about a half
hour.
The Blood Bank is located in
Section A, opposite the out-
patient clinic.
Uf


Spliting Face

Gets You Space

On Post Cards
"Tell the folks down there
that it is now legal to draw
a line bisecting the front of a
government post card and use
the left half for a message,"
writes retired Canal employee
Van Allen Lyman from his
home at 7495 Hyatt Street, San
Diego,- Calif., 92111.
He notes that this splitting
up of the card's face gives
post-card ,users 50 percent
more writing space.
The Director of Posts con-
curs that it is legal and spells
out the regulation:
"The face of the card may
be divided by a vertical line,
the left half of the card to be
used for the message and the
right half for the address only.
"The message on a single
card, or on the first portion
of a double card, may consist
of advertising, illustrations, or
any kind of writing, and may
occupy the space to the left
of the vertical line and the
entire back of the card."

The Detroit News published a
two-page article recently high-
lighting the Panama Canal. Pic-
tures in this Sunday edition story,
spotlighting the 60th anniversary
of the treaty which led to the
construction of the canal, in-
cluded a shot of a vessel transit-
ing a picture of Governor Robert
J. Fleming, a photo of the control
board in the harbormaster's of-
fice, and an aerial shot of a
housing area.


Education Week Offers Checkpoints


"An opportunity to evaluate
our progress in the light of our
philosophy" is S.E. Esser's sum-
mation of how the Canal Zone
community can gain benefit from
American Education Week, com-
ing up November 10-16.
The Superintendent of Schools
also sees this period as a time to
consider methods for scholastic
improvements, and to "work for


better home, community and
school relationships."
Values for free men, learning
opportunities for all, quality
teaching, balanced curriculum,
community resources, financial
support, and goals for tomorrow
are the daily topics to be stres-
sed under the overall 1963 theme:
"Education Strengthens the Na-
tion."
Besides the United States Of-


fice "of Education, the National
Congress of Parents and Teach-
ers, the American Legion and the
National Educational Association
are among the sponsors of the
annual Education Week.
Wednesday, November 13, Is
visitors' day in the secondary
schools of the Canal Zone, and
Thursday, November 14, in the
elementary schools.


Hays Off Push

headline Ahead
Three holidays during No-
vember make it necessary
for The Spillway to compress
five days' work into four
during each week when a
holiday occurs.
Officials of the Canal, and
o t h e r contributors to the
weekly, are asked to coo-
perate by getting all items
to the Information Office
early. This also makes for
better presentation of news.


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SPILLWAY


November 1st., 1963


' T iLeater ScLedu.le

BEGINNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2


THE MOONSHINE MAY have been aged only three days, but the clumps of hair on the "chinny.
chin-chins" of the fellows above are the product of approximately one month without a razor.
Shown above at the Canal Zone College "Hootenanny" last week are: !left to right, kneeling or
sitting, Allen Carrigo, Dave Cohen, John Craig, T om Collins, and Rodney Winborn. Standing, from
left, are Ted Marti, James Manning, Ed Conn, Johnny Parker, and Skip Rowley. (See story).


Hootenanny Huge Success -


Beatnicks Bid Bye to Beards.


"Hair today and gone to-
morrow!" This well-worn phrase
was a favorite last Saturday
evening at the "Hootenanny"
held in the Canal Zone College
leunge.
'The following day the 'stock
of most razor blade companies
took a bullish attitude as the
numerous crops which were
grown for the "Beard 'Contest"
met their waterloo.
.Jack Dubroff, a member ,of
the freshman class :at CZC,
acted as Master of Ceremonies
for the program, three solid
hours of entertainment.
The entertainment acts -in-
cluded Don Brown, a frequent
participant on the SHOWCASE
program on SCN-TV; A 1 an


Proctor, a Balboa High School
student; a trio :consisting of
Peggy Flynn, Mary Lowe .and
Kathy Kimsey (Misses Flynn
and Lowe attend CZC while
Miss Kimsey is a student at
BHS); Tal Hibert, .another BHS
student; Bill Prescott, .an intern
at Gorgas Hospital; and Mr.
and Mrs. John Marshall (Mr.
Marshall is.an instructor at the
college).
A .crowd of about 150 -saw
Dave Cohen cop first prize in
the beard competition. Another
such evening of entertainment
is being planned for the near
future by the Canal Zone Col-
lege student body, under the
direction .of President T o n
Collins.


A possible trip to the iCanal
Zone :and Panama is in the
(planning stage for 1964 by the
Florida Audubon Society. The
society, (organized in 1900, has
made trips during the current
year to Honduras, Costa Rica,
Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Haiti,
Jamaica, curacao, Bonaire,
Trinidad and Tobago. In recent
years the -society has broaden-
ed fits field from the study of
birds to .all phases .of natural
history.


Florentine Finish by 'Cornelius
Hirschberg is a who-dun-it 'with
a fascinating background 'the
diamond market on West 47th.
Street in New York City. 'The
story is fast-moving, well-plotted,
and 'sufficiently complicated to
keep even the most avid murder
story reader puzzled up to the
end. No one should start this
book unless he has time to finish
it
.-.Sunken History by Robert Sil-
verberg presents the fascinating
story of underwater archaeology.
The author begins his history
with the Antikythera Expedition
of 1900-1901, the first serious .un-
derwater venture. One expedition
which will interest local readers
is the account of the search at
Port Royal, the pirate city of
Jamaica, which was lost beneath
the sea in the earthquake 250
years ago. The author tells not
oi.y of fascinating discoveries but
describes the personal stories 6f
many brave men who have en'
countered menacing- .and -danger-
ous sea creatures. This book is
exciting, interesting and historic-
ally accurate.
Sprightly Running 'by John
Wain covers the first thirty-five
years of the author's life. It be-
gins with his boyhood in an in-
dustrial region of England, and
continues with his years at Ox-
ford (where he encountered such
scholars' as C. S. Lewis and Char-
les'Williams) .and 'ends with his
firm .establishment in the liter-
uy world as poet, critic, novelist


and essayist. This fragment 'of
autobiography .is notable through-
out for the author's honesty .and
perception, and for his fine writ-
ing.
A TECHNICAL BOOK
Your Florida Garden by .John
V. Watkins and Herbert S. Wolfe
is a .delightful book, beautifully
-illustrated and full >of .informa-
tion for Canal Zone gardeners .as
well as for those in Florida. The
authors are professors at the
University of Florida and are
very experienced in all phases
of horticulture from selection
of plants, and care of the soil to
tropical and semi-tropical land-
scaping. This is a new -edition
of an old favorite. It was publish-
ed by the University of Florida
Press.
FOR STUDENTS
Basic Math Course for Electro-
nics by Henry Jacobowitz prov-
ides the author with a means of
discussing a number of highly
useful mathematical tools .and.
techniques in a painlessly infor-
mal way. The purpose of the
author, in his words, is to show
to "manipulate a little arithmetic,
algebra, vectors and complex num-
bers, logarithms and decibels with
a minimum of formality." Among
Mr. Jacobowitz' .other works are
Electronic Computors, Electricity.
Made Easy and Optical Engineer-
ing Handbook. He .holds a ,physics
degree magna ,cum laude ftom
Columbia University and for'
many years has made a career'
of technical wirting.


BALBOA
Saturday 2:30 6:15 -
8:10
Sunday 2:30 6:15 8:30;
Monday 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday
7:30
Friday 7:00

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 night 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: 7:00
Monday 7:00
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Friday,
Owl Show 10:30 p:m.

COCO SOLO
Saturday night
Sunday 2: 7:00
Monday 7:00
Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday.
Friday


2:00 'p.m.
6:15 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
2!00 pan.
a200" p:m.


THE MIGHTY URSUS

LOVE IS A BALL

A NIGHT OF MUSIC
THE LION

SHOWDOWN


FOLLOW THE BOYS
EL CID

SOLDIERS THREE
A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
THE SPIRAL ROAD
ISLAND OF LOVE
FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG


THE BLACK PIRATE
ISLAND OF LOVE
NO SHOW
SOUTH PACIFIC
THE SPIRAL ROAD
NO SHOW
EL CID

IRMA LA DOUCE
FOLLOW THE BOYS
NO SHOW
THE GRASS IS GREENER
NO SHOW
TRIAL AND ERROR
THE UGLY AMERICAN


GUNS OF DARKNESS
THE UGLY AMERICAN

TRIAL AND ERROR
THE GRASS IS GREENER
THE COUNTERFEIT TRAITOR
THE BLACK PIRATE

TIGHT SPOT

AUNTIE M'AME
FLIPPER

PARANOIAC
A GIRL 'NAMED TAMIKO
TIHE MIGHTY URSUS


All night shows begin at 7:00 p.a. except as shown


BALBOA
DIABLO
HEIGHTS
GAMBOA
MARGARITA
GATUN
COCO:SOLO


THE LOST WORLD
THE LITTLEST 'HOBO
SUBMARINE SEAHAWK
'TEENAGE MILLIONAIRE
TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL


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-
cil, 42.14000,


Canal Zone Cancer Commit-
tee, $12,000.
Girl Scouts, Canal Zone Coun-
cil, $13,535.
Handicapped' Persons Com-
mittee, $5,000.
International Boy S c o u ts,
$5,200.
International Girl S c 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.


SConfusion Of Tongues


_Doesn't Stump Gorgas


Ward C-10, Gorgas Hospital's male medical ward, sounded like a "re-run" of the situation during the
build ,g of the .ancient Biblical "Tower of Babel." With fewer than thirty male patients in residence
recently, it was necessary for the doctors, nurses, attendants, and interpreter .assistants on Ward 10 to
speak Chinese, Finish, Greek, Japanese, Spanish, German, and French plus English.
One of the patients, Andrd Mouton, had a pad and made the "rounds," writing phonetically what he
heard. When he indicated (in ,one of the several languages he speaks) that he would like that pa-
tient to count from one to ten, this is what he said it sounded like to him:


Lang.
English
Chinese
Finish
Greek
Jap
German
French
'Spanish
Lang.
English
Chinese
Finnish
Greek
Jap
German
French
Spanish


1
one
yat
ux-see
,enna
itchy
eins
un
uno


2
two
le

theso
knee
awei
deux
,dos


seven
chat
setsaman
epta
tseste
seebn
'sept
siete


3
three
,sam
oolme
tree-a
saun
,dry
trois
tres

-eight
pot
ka-dexun
tocto
hot
acht
huite
echo


4
four
se
nellia
ter-sera
shee
fear
quatre
cuatro
9
nine
,now
fun-dexun
e-nea
coo
morn
neuf
sueve


5
five
un
vaisy
pan-de
go
fiinf
cinq
cinco
10
ten
sup
kumenen
,deca
dew
seine
dix
diez


.Mouton admitted it wasn't spelled correctly "but," he said, "just use the English pronunciation of the
words .and watch the eyes of the men light up like up like Christmas Trees."
Several of the patients thought that you, the readers, would be interested in one small part of the
job that confronts "the dedicated people working at Gorgas Hospital They also heal the sick!"


SATURDAY MATINEES NOVEMBER 2
10:00 a.m. 'THE CLOWN AND THE KID


'BprOawwSimn Clwccti4em

By Eleanor Burnham
Canal Zone Library


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Beginnersq


Busy At Pool

One hundred forty se ven
beginners from Los Rios Ele-
mentary School were enrolled
in the recently completed swim-
ming classes at the Balboa
Pool. There were also 39 inter-
mediates and 16 swimmers
from the same school enrolled
in the program.
Of these, 80 beginners, 13
intermediates, and 14 swim-
mers successfully passed the
tests in their group.
Registration for the next ses-
sion will continue until next
Tuesday, November 5. The new
classes will begin November 5
and will end December 20.
Following is the complete
listing of the swimming instruc-
tion offered at the Balboa Pool
for the next session:
Diablo Elementary School:
Beginners, first grade, 1:30-2:15
p.m., Monday through Friday;
Beginners, second and third
grades, 3:45-4:30 p.m., Monday,
Wednesday, Friday; Beginners,
fourth, fifth, and sixth grades,
3:45-4:30 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday; Intermediates, 4:15-
5 p.m., Monday and Wednes-
day; Swimmers, 4:15-5 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday.
Adults: Ladies (advanced),
8:45-9:45 a.m., Monday and
Wednesday; Ladies (beginners).,
-8:45-9:45 a.m., Tuesday and
Thursday; Men, 11:45-12:30 p.
m., Monday through Friday.
S Balboa Elementary School
(certain grades only): First
grade, beginners, 3:10-345 p.m.,
Monday through Friday (Mrs.
Hutchings); Second grade.
beginners, 3:10-3:45 p.m., Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday
(Mrs. Souders and Mrs.
Wright); Kindergarten, 10-10:45
a.m., Tuesday and Thursday
(Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Grez,
and Mrs. Kelly).

Skin rivers

At Balboa "Y"
All persons and groups interest-
ed in forming the Balboa YMCA
Skin and Scuba Diving Club have
been invited to attend its; initial
meeting on Wednesday, Novem-
ber 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the YMCA
in Balboa.


Two definite changes have re-
cently been made in the regula-
tions issued by the Governor
about vehicular traffic in the
Canal Zone. :
One relates to pedestrians on
roadways, the other to restric-
tions on tire or movable-track
equipment.
Increased use- by pedestrians of
roadways where sidewalks are
not provided has resulted in ad-
ditional regulations for their
safety. Sec. 5.76 (b) relating to
Pedestrians on Roadways, now
reads as follows:
(b) Where sidewalks are not
provided, any pedestrian walk-
ing alonp and upon a highway
shall waik on the shoulder of


A CRISTOBAL BACK is brought down after a short gain by several Athletic Club tacklers in action
last week at Balboa Stadium. Cristobal won the contest 13-0. The Canal Zone College will tangle
tonight with Balboa High School at 7 p.m. in Balboa Stadium. Should the College, four touchdown
favorite over the Bulldogs, win tonight, the Green Wave will be tied with CHS for first place in the
Interscholastic Football League with identical 3-0-1 records. Statistics of last week's game and sev-
eral league statistics may be found below.


Tigers Halt Improved AC Team;


Bulldogs, Devils Clash Tonight


Tonight Canal Zone College will
attempt to move back into a first
place tie with Cristobal as they
meet Balboa High School's Bull-
dogs at 7 p.m. in Balboa Stadium.
The Green Wave goes into
the game a four touchdown fa-
vorite.
Cristobal High School, seven
touchdown favorites, rolled up
400 yards last week to down the
Schools Division Athletic Club
13-0.
Both teams were scoreless in
the first period, but CHS struck
paydirt early in the second
quarter, when Cristobal quarter-
back Orrin Clement took off
around end and scored from 15
yards out. The extra' point kick
was good and CHS led 7-0, as the
teams took a break during half-
time.


Early in the third period AC
made' its only deep penetration
into CHS territory when they mo-
ved to the Cristobal 12' yard line'
with a first down and' ten yards
to go. The opportunity went down
the drain when CHS held, the' AC
team to only three' yards. in four
plays and took over possession of
the ball
On' the' first play of the final
period, Clement tore through the
AC defense for 21 yards and a'
first down on the' AC 11. Two
plays later Ray Ramirez shot over
from the seven yard line. The
extra point was no good and
CHS won 13S01
Cristobal dominated' the statis-
tics, but the Athletic Club was
the surprise of the game as they
displayed a much improved team,
both on offense and defense.


Passengers Warned

On Reservalions

I lNew Orleans
Employees planning' .to: take
leave at the turn of the year so
as make the Christmas, voyage
to New Orleans aboard the Cris-
tobal and return on the ves-
sel's r o un d trip have been
warned to check soon for hotel
reservations. Word has been
received that rooms. will be
particularly scarce for the night
of December 30.
As long-set schedules indicate,
the Cristobal sails northbound
December 15, and departs. from
New Orleans. southbound 'De-
cember 31, giving round-trip-
pers almost 12 da y s in the
States.
Besides the Sugar Bowl' Game
itself, which Cristobal passen-
gers won't get to see because
it is. played on January I, this
annual event in New Orleans
also brings together a' special
calendar of other sports, on
preceding days.
There's invitational tennis, on
December 27, 28 and 29 plus a
yacht regatta, on the, same
days. An outdoor track meet
is. set for December 29.. and' a
basketball game for December
30'
Reserved seats, may be
ordered ahead from the' New
Orleans Mid-Winter Sports As-
sociation, 611 Gravier Street,
New Orleans, La.
OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
October 21-27
Mraflores Locks ..... 1,583
Gatun Locks .......... 346
Las Cruces,
& trips .............. 9. 2
Rsina- Manuelita,
1 trip ......... ... 15
Passenger ships, 1 .... 72
Land tour ............ 134
GRAND TOTAL: ..... 306- 2


STATISTICS
CHS
Frist Downs 16'
Yds. Gained Rushing 372'
Yds. Gained Passing 28
Yds. Penalized 25,
Fumbles/Recovered 7/5'
Punts/Average 2/34
Pass Attempts 2
Pass Completions 1
Passes Intercepted 0'

STANDINGS
Team W L T
Cristobal High
School 3 0' 1 1
C. Z. College 2 0' 1 1
Balboa High
School 1 2 0
Schools
Division AC 0' 4 0'


AC
11
117
80,
5
1/0,
1/29'
12
6.
3:


Pet. GB

.000: -
.000, Y


the roadway when practicable,
or otherwise on the extreme
adge of the left side of the
roadway facing traffic which
may approach from the opposite
direciton. When walking upon
a roadway,, no pedestrian shall
walk abreast of another pedes-
trian.
The section regarding, the tire
or track equipment, designated,
Section. 6,47 (a) reads:
(a) No person shall operate
or move on any highway any
motor vehicle, trailer or semi-
trailer having in contact with
the roadway any tire or mo.
veable track of solid rubber or
metaL


Soffball League

Expanded; Now

Sa sIS Teams

Sixteen teams now are enrolled-
in the Pacific Working Men's
Softball League organized by As-
ton Parchment, coordlinador of
adult recreation on the Pacific
Side.
Officers are: Alfred Bowen,
commissioner; Jose Ampudia,
secretary, and Kenneth Bowen,
treasurer. The league will be
governed by a board composed
of the officers and a represen-
tative from each team.
League play, under lights at
the Paraiso Ball Park, will be
in two divisions. Each team will
play the other teams in its div-
ision twice. Winners of each div-
ision will meet in a championship
series.
Teams registered are: Store-
house (Albert Long), Clayton In-
dians (Alberto de Leon), Tivoli
Guest House (Charles Wesley),
Firefighters (Ernest Franklin),
Latin American Military School
(Jose Huertas), Schools (Jose
Ampudia)- Comptroller (George
Griffith), Navy (Peter Chen;),
Army Transportation (Franklin
Spencer), Navigation (R. Hol-
der), Locks (Gilbert Bourne'),
Packers,. Commissary (Oscar
Butler), and Health Bureau (Mar-
cus Smith .
Team representative will meet
at the Paraiso Elementary School
at 7:30: p.m., Thursday,. Novem-
ber 14.


L T AT SEA?
Found: Two suitcases. They
were turned in to Water Trans-
portation Division frpm the SS
Cristobal and await a claim by
their owner or owners.
One is green, the' other a
ladies' tan round case. Both
contain clothing, but there is
nothing, in or on them tol iden-
tify them as to' ownership.


.333 2 Further information, includ-
S ing how to claim ownership,
S may be obtained by calling
Cristobal 1674 or 1658.


SpoEts CUmiemdr

Nov. I Friday Football BHS vs. CZC, at
Balboa, 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 Coco
Solo, 7 p.m.
Nov. 8 Friday Football BHS vs. SDAC, at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
Nov. 12 Tuesday Swimming Practice Starts -
Boys and Girls.
Nov. 15 Friday Basketball-Girls CHS vs. BHS
(A & B), at Balboa, 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Nov. 15 Friday Football CHS vs. BHS, at Bal-
boa, 7 p.m.


Non-US Citizen Employees Have


Open Season For Health Insurana


Non-U.S. Citizen employees
who have not yet enrolled in
their Health Insurance Group
may do so during the month of
November.
To be eligible for this plan
one must be a permanent em
ployee, a non-U.S. citizen, and
have a regularly scheduled
tour of duty. Interns, are an ex-
ception to these requirements.
Between "open season," en-
rollment is on a selective basis
for other than new employees.
If you or a member of your
family have been .unable to
enroll in this plan because of
a history of physical or mental
impairment, you may now be.
accepted. However, you must


make application before Nw'
vember 30.
If your protection under this
plan has been limited by a
"rider" which excludes benefits:
for certain physical or mental
conditions, that "rider" will be
removed November 1,1963. You
need make no application for
such removal.
New brochures are being
distributed. Proper forms. for
enrollment may soon be obtain
ed from your unit's insurance
representative. Completed ap-
plications will be sent by your
insurance representative to.
Employee Services Branch,
Box 2012, Balboa Heights. C.Z,


Op e



Gift


J7or ks


Many


Wonders


Pedesirians Must Not Waltk Abreast


On CZ Roads; Metal Treads Barred


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Page FOUR


November its., 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


JOSEPH M. HUNT doesn't shake hands with
many ship masters but every craft that comes
in from the Pacific passes under his eye, his ear
or his responsibility as Chief, Marine Traffic
Control in Balboa. To Joe Hunt and his around-
the-clock staff fall the judgment as to which
vessel will move or wait. This in turn means
having pilots at the pier at the right times to
board all ships, rounding up tugs when needed
and saying "no"or"go ahead" in potential emer-
gencies that arise so often they become com-
monplace. Amid the cocophony of communica-
tions radios, telephones and teletypes, Joe ap-
pears calm. He feels at home here. He wag born
in Gorgas Hospital, graduated from Balboa High
School, married a local girl, Miss Louise Rath-
geber. After Canal service with the Dredging
Division, the Records Section and the 3rd Locks
Project he started shipcontrol work 20 years ago.
He and Mrs. Hunt have a son in high school,
three younger daughters. Navigating his 17-foot
outboard for the kids to water-ski on Madden
Lake is as close as he gets to the sea, except
for fishing off Taboga and vacaft-ss in New
Jersey and Florida.


Civic Council


'-i!. On Nov. 5, 7


ADRIEN M. BOUCHE, JR., photographed amid
the communications maze surrounding his desk
as a Supervisory Marine Traffic Controller, keeps
a fastmoving picture in his mind of all ships
afloat in the southern end of Canal waters. Even
so, he sometimes swivels his chair around in a
quick turn for an actual look at the craft in Bal-
boa harbor. He knows the Isthmus well. Brought
here as a child, he graduated from Balboa High
School and worked for contracting firms, the
Army Signal Corps and at other jobs with the
Canal before coming to the Port captain's of-
fice. He had civilian experience in the States
also, and served in the Army'during World War
II. Born in Philadelphia, He married a Vineland,
N. J., girl, Miss Jean Heick. Their family in Los
Rios includes a daughter 16, a son 12. Days off
come at odd hours for Bouche, who uses his
off-shift time in his hobby shop where he makes
railroad models and does chemical analyses. He
also tumbles rocks for polishing, an autgrowth of
his interest in Isthmian geology and archaeology.


College Library


Needs Your Spare


Books, Magazines

Now is the time for all good
Isthmians to clean out their
bookshelves.
The new Canal Zone College.
Library will welcome donations
of books to add to its collec-
tion.
Books new or old, either fic-
tion or non-fiction will be gra-
tefully received.
The need arises because for
many years a joint library was
operated by the former Canal
Zone Junior College and Bal-
boa High School.
The move of the College to La
Boca this fall has resulted in
separation of the old library
into two parts, with a result-
ing need for many additional
books.
Magazines too, are needed,
and the College Library will
also be glad to receive back
issues, since these will make
it possible to establish sets for
reference.
Books and magazines may be
brought to the College in La
Boca. Arrangements will be
made for larger contributions
to be picked up if the donor
will telephone Balboa 2-2380.



Boys Clothing

In Short Supply

Clothing for boys in the six
to 15;year range is in special
demand to serve requests
received by the Panama Ca-
nal Women's Welfare Group.
Families who can spare
clothing items of this kind
are asked to bring them to
the collection centers in the
Balboa Housing Office near
the railroad station and at
the Coco Solo Post Office.


Civil Engineers

Will Hear

Metallurgist
Dr. Charles Ray Brooks, As-
sistant Professor of Metallurgical
Engineering at the University of
Tennessee will be the speaker
at the next meeting of the Pan-
ama Section of the American So-
ciety of Civil Engineers.
The meeting will be at 7:30
p.m. on Wednesday, November 6,
at the Quarry Heights Officers
Open Mess.
Dr. Brooks is currently with the
University of Panama as a profes-
sor advisor to the engineering
faculty, under the sponsorship of
the University of Tennessee Mis-
sion.


Coming


Events
November 1 5 National Holi-
days of Republic of Panama:
Friday, Anthem Day; Saturday,
Memorial Day; Sunday (Nov.
3) Independence from Colom-
bia; Monday, legal holiday in
C. Z. in observance of Inde-
pendence Day which fell on
Sunday; Monday, Flag Day,
Tuesday, Colon Day.
November 1-3 Chilibre festiv-
ities to celebrate National Ho-
lidays. Public invited.
November 1 and 4 All Star
Basketball Game's. Panama Arm-
ed Forces All Star Team vs.
Colon Los Guaracheros at Reed-
er Gymnasium, Ft. Clayton, 8
p.m. tonight, 25 cents admis-
sion, proceeds to United Fund.
Teams meet again Ft. Davis
Gym, 8 p.m, Monday, Novem-
ber 4.
November 4 Flag Day Parade
Procession enters Canal Zone
at 8:30 am. with five-minute
ceremony at Shaler Triangle.
November 5 "A Night of Mu-
sic" at Balboa Theater 7:30 p.m.,
Tickets at Information Desk,
Administration building or box
office. $1 for United Fund.
November 7, 8 and 9 Joan of
Lorraine at Balboa High School
auditorium. Curtain 8 p.m.
November 15 Telethon at Bal-
Sboa Theater for United Fund.


Treasury Branch


Has New Hours
A change in the hours of ser-
vice of the Cashier in the Trea-
sure Branch, Building 287, An-
con goes into effect today, Nov-
ember 1, 'Comptroller Phillip L.
Steers, Jr., has announced.
Effective today, the hours for
cashing payroll or other checks,
and for accepting over-the-count-
er payment of invoices, customer
deposits or other cash transac-
tions will be as follows:
Daily, except Wednesday of
pay week: 9:30 to 11:45 a.m., and
- 12:45 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday of pay week: 7:30
to 11:45 a.m., and 12:45 to 3 p.m.
The Treasury Branch office
hours, except for the change in
the hours of service for the cash-
ier, will continue as heretofore:
7:15 to 11:45 a.m., and 12:45 to
4:15 p.m.


Official Notices

Effective October 27, William
A. Van Siclen becomes Acting
Chief, Locks Division.
The Balboa Pool will be closed
Monday and Tuesday, October 28
and 29, for cleansing and main-
tenance work. Regular hours will
be resumed Wednesday, October
30.


A memo from the Health Di-
rector observes that telephonic
requests for industrial health
counseling should be reserved
for those few cases requiring
emergency attention. Normal re-
quests should be submitted in a
short memorandum to the In-
dustrial Health Branch,
Gordon M. Frick is Acting Per.
sonnel Director in the Absence
of Personnel Director Edward A.
Doolan.
Thomas E. Burrow will be Ac-
ting Chief, Executive Planning
Staff, until the return of the
Chief, John D. Hollen, on or about
November 7.
John A. Cooper is Acting Gen-
eral Counsel during the absence
from the Isthmus of General
Course David J. MarkuL.


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Civic Council elections high-
light the Zone picture for next
week. Names of all candidates
were carried in last week's is-
sue of the Spillway.
Voting starts Tuesday, No-
vember 5 to choose represen-
tatives for the U.S. Civic Coun-
cils.
Voting places for the Pacific
Civil Council are to be at all
service centers, the Administra-
tion 'Building, and the grocery
and housewares sections of the
Balboa Retail Store.
Polls for other U.S. Councils
are to be set up at Gamboa
Post Office, Coco Solo Service
Center; Margarita S e r vi c e
Center and Retail Store, and
Gatun Service Center.
Hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
except at Gatun where voting
will be from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.
m.
Latin American communities
will vote on Thursday, Novem-
ber 7 for representatives from
Rainbow City, Santa Cruz, Pe-
dro Miguel and Paraiso.
In Paraiso, students from Pa-
raiso High School will distribute
election ballots to residents on
November 6, starting at 4 p.m.
The students will pick up the
ballots between 4 and 6 p.m. on
November 7, and the results
will be announced around 8 p.m.
that day.
On Tuesday, November 12
the elected councilmen will
meet at Paraiso High School
to elect officers of the Paraiso
Civic Council.

Pacific Playhouse

Tryouts Set
Tryouts are to be held tonight
(Friday) and the night of No-
vember 8 for two one-act plays
to be staged by the recently-
organized Pacific Playhouse
drama club.
All persons interested in act-
ing or the theater in general
are invited to be at the Parai-
so Elementary School either
night, at 7:30 p.m. Ale levels
for casting will run from teen
agers to character women of
55.
Fred Berest, director of the
Pacific Playhouse, will be in
charge of casting.
The plays, to be produced in
the near future, are Noel Co-
ward's "Fumed Oak" and one
still to be selected.


Brigman Named

Acting Chief,

Civil Defense
James A. Brigman, electrical
engineer with the Engineering
and Construction Bureau, has
been designated by B. I. Everson,
Civil Affairs Bureau director, as
acting Civil Defense chief, to
serve until further notice.
He succeeds Philip L. Dade,
who has retired from Panama
Canal Service.


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The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
Is an official publication of the
Panama Canal Balboa Heights,
C. 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-
flclal 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. Ir.
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 0f-
fice no late than Tuesday after-
noon of the week of publlcatlon.
Urgent material can be received
and processed for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mall material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
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SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel Of The Air
4:00-Paragon Playhouse
4:30-Jalopy Races
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-Steve Alien
10:30-Whats My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Circle Theater
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-M-lagic 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 -
'Tall Lie"
10:30-EBF-Renaissance
11:00-FINAL EDITION
1l:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-First Edition
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30--Acent
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-Gentle Persuaders
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-Boots and Saddles
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-Stump The Stars
9:30-Air Force Story
9:45-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Zane Grey -
Andy Griffith
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00--FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLD1B
5:30-Science in Action
6:00-FOIR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-SHOWCASE
8:00-Talent Scouts
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Sing Along w/ltch
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-Young People's
Concert
5:30-Harvest
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Bob Newhart
7:30-Hootenanny
8:00-Jimmy Durante
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Price is Right
9:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN BOWLING
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Friday Night
Theater "This
Wine of Love"
SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Saturday Double
Feature "Tall Lie"
and "This Wine oft
Love"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Dave's Place
7:30--To Tell the Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-U.S. Steel Hour
10:00-Fight of the Wee:
10:45-Air Force Story
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen


























VOL. II No. 20 VIERNES, Noviembre 19, 1963



5 Aiios De Importante Labor


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PILLWAY


la de Salubridad con cerca de
$2% y la Marina con 71 por cien-
to.
En el pr6ximo dia de pagamen-
to se esperan nuevos aportes de
quienes hasta ahora no han po-
dido hacerlo por estar ausentes
u otras razones de peso.
Un particular voto de aplauso
merecen quienes dieron generosa.
mente de su tiempo para hacer
de la Cuarta Feria Comercial el
resonante 6xito que en realidad
lo fue, con los beneficios valie-
sos que trajo al Fondo Unido.


Cumple Hoy Agenda Federal DONACIONES DE SANGRE

La Agencia Federal de Aviaci6n que ajusta hoy A A A
5 anos de venir funcionando en el Istmo, tiene su Se- e
de en la entrada al camino de Curundu, detris del J _\ ^^ ^ J S
A M- A -- --6 1-- P --11 Ik-mA.4^J -2J... -l- D c AianT- A....- .. . .


edificio ae Asunros ;ivlles, nabiendo siao comanda-
da en sus inicios por el General retirado, Elwood
R. (Pete) Quesada, quien ostentaba lucida hoja de
servicios en la Fuerza A6rea de Estados Unidos.


Actualmente la jefatura Najeeb
* E. Halaby, antiguamente piloto
de prueba con vasta experiencia,
tanto en vuelos cuanto en legisla-
ei6n area, quien ocupa el eleva-
do cargo desde el 19 de enero de
1961.
Responsabilizada por el traini-
to adreo y su seguridad, la FAA,
cuenta con un personal de 155
empleados; el gerente del area lo
es Clifford P. Rosencrans, antiguo
Coordinador en Atlanta, Georgia.
La Agencia supervigila la ope-
racion de toda nave area que


DIVIDEND


EL ANVERSO'


DA ALGO MAS

"Digale a la gente que ahora
es permissible tirar una line, di-
vidiendo la fase frontal o anverso
de una tarjeta postal para usar
el lado izquierdo en escribir un
mensaje," describe un funcionario
retirado del Canal de Panami,
Van Allen Lyman, quien actual-
mente reside en el n6mero 7495
Hyatt Street, San Diego, Califor-
nia.
Llama la atenci6n Van Allen
O al hecho de que esto ofrece un
50% mas de espacio para envio
del mensaje postal.
El Administrator de Correos
concuerda en que esto es asi y
cita los reglamentos:
"La cara frontal de una pos-
tal puede dividirse con una li-
nea vertical y la mitad izquierda
que resultare, emplearse en el
mensaje y la mitad derecha en
la Direcci6n del destinatario fini-
camente".
"El mensaje en una postal o
en la parte frontal de una postal
double, puede consistir en anun-
cio, ilustraci6n y cualquier tipo
de escritura y podria ocupar la
porci6n izquierda de una line
vertical alli trazada, asi como
toda la parte posterior o reverse
de la tarjeta postal".


400 Escolares

Invitados el

Dia del Niiio
400 niiios de las escuelas de
Panama visitaran la Zona del
Canal el primero de noviem-
bre a invitaci6n que les fuese
formulada por la Oficina de
Informaci6n a trav6s del Ayun.
tamiento capitalino.
Los escolares se congregarin
en la estaci6n del tren en An-
con y de alli serhn transpor-
tados, en tren y autobuses, a
los sitios que visitaran y lue-
go seran Ilevados en paseo
abordo de una lancha, en una
travesia parcial del Canal.
Las autoridades educativas
harAn la selecci6n de los es-
colares que tomaran parte en
esta excursion del Dia del NI-
8o panamefio.


est6 sujeta al Control del TrAn-
sito Aereo de Panama y la In-
formaci6n de Vuelo Regional, ju-
risdicci6n que se extiende unas
400 mills al Norte y Sur de To-
cumen, y abarca toda la Repdbli-
ca. Dirije la ARTC el Jefe Interi-
no del Centro, Marvin P. Moultrie.
Al despegar un avi6n de Tocu-
men hacia Miami, el piloto ex-
pone su plan de vuelo con el Cen-
tro de Control antes de obtener el
zarpe; unas 15 a 30 millas afuera,
cambia de la Torre de Control de
Tocumen al control de ARTC en
PanamA, volando bajo instrumen-
tos solamente.
La Estaci6n Internacional de
Servicios de Vuelo de Balboa, co-
nocida internacionalmente por
"Radio Panama" es regentada in-
terinamente por James L. Dal-
ton; ofrece datos sobre el tiem-
po y mantiene informado a los
pilots en vuelo que lo soliciten.
Sus perifonemas de largo alcance
llegan hasta Lima y Miami, in-
clusive.
"Panama Radio" tambi6n trans-
mite informes sobre restricciones
de caracter temporal vigentes en
los aeropuertos y otros datos de


interns para los pilots. Se man-
tiene en constant contact con
Curacao, Honduras, Nicaragua,
Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador y
con la Base A6rea de Howard, asi
como con las empresas areas
mis importantes de Panama.
Una de las actividades mayores
de la Estaci6n consiste en la bfs-
queda y rescate de naves que se
encuentren en retraso, en cuanto
a informaci6n que deben sumi-
nistrar cuando se hallan en vuelo
o a su puerto de aterrizaje; otra
es la de ayudar a aeronaves que
estuviesen en dificultades, orien-
tAdolas y dirigiendo al piloto ha-
cia pistas de emergencia.
El Sistema de Mantenimiento
conserve el equipo en orden, in-
clusive los transmisores y recep-
tores establecidos en la isla Tel-
fers, en la costa AtlAntica, y en
Chiva-Chiva en el sector Pacifi-
co. Las otras estaciones, encima
del Cerro Anc6n y Cerro Galera,
ofrecen contact de tierra al aire.
El personal de la Agencia Fe-
deral de Aviaci6n reside en Villa
CArdenas, area residential situada
entire Corozal y Fuerte Clayton
y mantenida por la agencia.


La aemanda de sangre supera
las donaciones recibidas filtima-
mente, segtin revelan las estadis-
ticas del mes de septiembre. Es-
ta anomalia indica muy a las
claras lo fAcil que es echar al ol-
vido nuestras obligaciones para
con el pr6jimo hasta que la
desgracia se cierne sobre algin
ser querido.
Las reserves descendieron pa-
ra la organizaci6n del Canal en
total de 97 a 87 pintas. Pero los
datos seiialan que en el Banco
de Sangre del Pacifico de las 98
pintas que habia en agosto, s61o
quedaban 65 al final de septiem-
bre, una reducci6n' de 33 pintas
en el mes.
En las Fuerzas Armadas el des-
censo fue de 15 pintas, de 49 a
un saldo de 34 que habia al fina-
lizar septiembre.
Otros grupos que reciben aten-


Esclusas de Miraflores 1.583
Esclusas de Gatun 346
Las,Cruces, 8 vlajes 912
Reina Manuelita,
1 viaje 15
1 barco de pasajeros 72
Excursion por tierra 134
Gran Total 3,062


*

Su Excelencia el Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores de
Venezuela, Dr. Marco Fal-
c6n Bricefio visit instala-
ciones del Canal de Panama
durante su reciente visit
al Istmo. En la grifica lo ve-
mos en la torre de Control
de las Esclusas de Miraflo-
res acompafiado de S. E. el
Director del Ceremonial de
Estado y Protocolo de Pana-
mi, Lie. Camilo Levy Salce-
do y de Su Sefioria el En-
cargado de Negocios de Ve-
nezuela, don Salvador PefiA
VAsquez. El Canciller vene-
zolano se manifest6 muy
impresionado por la gran-
diosa obra de ingenieria que
es el canal interoceanico y
agradeci6 las deferencias
que le fueron dispensadas
durante su visit a la Zona
del Canal.

L


El Jueves 7 Escogeran



Los Concejos Civicos


Los Concejales dl Distrito de
Paraiso seran escogidos en las
elecciones que se Ilevaran a cabo
el pr6ximo 7 de noviembre en
esa comunidad latinoamericana de
la Zona del Canal.
Los estudiantes de la Escuela
Secunlaria de Paraiso pasarAn
Nwu" iw "Ma40xabo


midrcoles 6 de noviembre, desde
las cuatro de la tarde, para dis-
tribuir las papeletas de votaci6n
entire todos los residents, y el
jueves 7 volveran, de 4 a 6 p.m.
para recoger esas papeletas que
deben ser lenadas por los re-
sidentes.
SSeAulte" 4do s4 eOccix Q4


los concejales sera dado a cono-
cer alrededor de las ocho de la
noche del 7 de noviembre.
El martes 12 de Noviembre,
a las 7:30 p.m. se reuniran en
la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso
todos los concejales electos, con
el objeto de escoger a los diri-
gentes del Concao Cmico de Pa-
WfSg~b


cion meaica en Instituciones de
salud de la Zona del Canal ha-
bia agotado ya sus reserves de
sangre y estaban debiendo al ban.
co 48 pintas a finales de agosto;
en septiembre su deuda subi6 en
8 pintas adicionales.
Sin embargo no todo estaba tur-
bio en el panorama. De los 34
donantes voluntarios en septiem-
bre, 10 procedian de la Drecci6n
de Transporte y Terminales, lo
que ayud6 a la misma a disminuir
su deuda de menos 2, que era en
agosto, a mAs 1 como cerr6 en
septiembre.
Las donaciones de' sangre se
reciben de lunes a viernes en el
hospital Gorgas de 8:30 a.m. a 5:30
de la tarde, except durante me-
dia hora de almuerzo (11:30 a
mediodia). Se emplea una media
hora en donar la sangre. El Ban-
co esta situado en la Secci6n A
de la clinic de pacientes exter-
nos.

Ensayos para
Club de Drama

El viernes primero de no
viembre en la noche y el vier-
nes 8 en la noche se realize.
ran los ensayos para el esco-
gimiento de los actors que
actuarin en dos piezas de un
acto cada una en el Club de
Drama del Pacifico reciente.
mente organizado.
Todos aquellos interesados
en aparecer en las tablas que.
dan invitados a comparecer a
la escuela primaria de Paraiso
a las 7:30 en las noches cita-
das arriba. Los actors pue-
den ser desde adolescents has.
ta personas de 51 afios de edad.
Fred Berest, director del Pa-
cific Playhouse, estara a car-
go de escoger el elenco.
La obra que se montarS pr-
ximamente es "Fumed Oak",
de Noel Coward y otra que aun
no ha sido seleccionada.

NOCHE MUSICAL
La m6sica de Tonny Dor-
sey y de Glenn Miller, los
BLUES tipicos del Sur de
los Estados Unidos y otros
aires populares, se dejarin
oir en el Teatro de Balboa
'el martes 5 de noviembre,
cuando se presentari una
Noche Musical a beneficio
del Fondo Unido de la Zona
del Canal.
Producida y dirigida por
el capitAn Melvin A. Huyett
y su sefiora, de la base a6-
rea de Albrook, el espectAcu-
lo ofrecerA piezas musicals
que datan desde la Guerra
Civil norteamericana hasta
nuestros dias.
Jaynet Lindsey, estrella
que actu6 en la comedia mu-
sical "South Pacific" re-
cientemente presentada en
el Theater Guild de Anc6n,
cantarA cmposiciones popu-
larizadas durante la pasgda
guerra.
La funci6n empezarA a las
7'30 de la noche y la entra-
da costarA un d61ar sola-
mente, pudiendo obten&rse
los boletos en el edificio de
la Administraci6n, el teatro
y el YMCA de Balboa y los
puestos milltares.


Solo 7% mas y se logra la me-
ta fijada para el Canal de Pana-
ma como su contribuci6n al Fon-
do Unido, que monta a $74,900.00.
Hacia esa meta las siguientes
dependencias pueden ufanarse de
haber prestado su aporte y con-
tingente generoso:
Despacho del Presidente de la
organizaci6n 119%; Contraloria,
i02%; Direcci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales 100%.
Siguen, en su orden: la Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n
con mis del 88%; la de Transpor-
te y Terminales con casi el 86%;


A 7% de la Metal



UN POSTRER ESFUERZO


Y REBOSAMOS LA CUOTA







VAgina DOS S P1 LLWAY Noviembre 1~ do 19~2


Hasta



Podriai




Seguro




Dave Cohen Gano


Con Barba Roja
"Si vieres que afeltan a to
vecino, pon tus barbas en re-
S mojo", dice el antiguo adagio
castellano y su saplencia nunca
se pusiera meior en evidencia
que el pasado s6bado en la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal
en La Boca.
Se. trataba de on Torneo de
Barbados que se prolong du-
rante tres horas, haciendo de
Maestro de Ceremonies Jack
VDubroff, primerizo del primer
afio.
Entre los participants on el
acto estuvieron Don Brown,
de SHOWCASE, program vi-
vo de la television SCN-TV;
Allan Proctor, estudiante de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa;
el Trio de Peggy Flynn, Mary
Lowe y Kathy Kimsey; Tel Hi-
,bert; Bill Prescott, medico in-
terno del Hospital Gorges y
los esposos' John Marshall
(maestro de la Universidad).
Los espectadores aplaudieron
al ganador del concurso de bar-
has, nuestro compafiero de la-
bores, Dave Cohen, un auten-
tico barbarrosa 6ue "se robW
el show", como dice ta frase.


El


30


De


Ingresar


De


Salud


Empleados no-norte-americanos
que no se hubiesen enrolado ain
en el Plan de Seguro de Salud
en Grupo podrian hacerlo duran.
te el mes de noviembre.
Para ser eligible se require
tener ocupaci6n o empleo de ca-
ricter permanent, no ser ciu-
dadano norte-americano y tener
una jornada de trabajo regulari-
zada. Los interns constituyen
una excepcion.
Durante la "temporada abierta"
el enganche se realize sobre base
selective, para quienes no fuesen
empleados nuevos.
Si usted o miembro de su fami-
ha, no han podido enrolarse en el
pasado en este plan debido a his-
torial fisico o mental que lo im-


Noviembre


Toc


En


pedia, puede haserlo ahora. Pe-
ro deben someter su solicitud an-
tes del 30 de noviembre, 1963.
Si la protecci6n que lo cubria
estaba limitada por alguna "cau-
sal" que excluia ciertas dolen-
cias fisicas o mentales, esa con-
dici6n desapareceri el primero de
noviembre, 1963, sin que se re-
quiera ninguna solicitud de su
part para ello.
Se estin distribuyendo nuevos
folletos y dentro de poco se po-
dran obtener solicitudes de in-
greso de manos del representan-
te del seguro en su entidad. Una
vez llenados, los formularios de-
ben de ser enviados a: Employee
Service Branch, Box 2012. Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone.


La


Ayuda


Oportuna (U9TF


Obra


Mi lagros


Termina Hoy Semana Tipica


En Escuela De Rainbow City


Con un acto cultural que se
S eelebrara hoy a la 1:30 de la
tarde en el Gimnasio del plantel,
terminara la Semana Tipica de
la Escuela Secundaria de Rain-
bow City, con motive de las Fies-
tas Patrias de Panama.
La Semana Tipica se inici6 el
martes iltimo con un concerto
de mdsica tipica panamefia en el
Gimnasio de Rainbow City, a car-
go de la Banda de Mdsica del
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Col6n, al
cual asisti6 numerosa concurren-
cia.
El miercoles se vendieron co-
midas tipicas en el Sal6n de Eco-
nomia Domestica, las cuales fue-
.ron preparadas por profesoras y
alumnas.
El jueves se llev6 a cabo una
tuna y desfile tipico por repre-
sentantes del Colegio Abel Bra-
vo, Colegio Guardia .Vega y el
- : Conjunto Tipico de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City, por


las calls de la comunidad, en
horas de la tarde.
El program preparado para
hoy es el siguiente:
1.-Marcha Panama, de Galima-
ny, a cargo de la Banda del Co-
legio.
2.-Palabras alusivas a la fecha
por el professor Pastor SAnchez.
3.-Presentaci6n de visitantes a
cargo de la profesora Berta Hil-
ton.
4.-Tonadas panamefias de Gon-
zalo Brenes, a cargo del Coro del
Colegio. a) Lorito Real. b) Pa-
namA Tierra Mia, de Delia Arias.
5.-Presentaci6n a cargo de la
alumna Aura Rosa Rodriguez.
6.-Soy de Panama, poesia por
el alumno Luis Clarke.
7.-Llvame al Rio Cholito, de
Sosa, a cargo de la Banda del
Colegio.
8.-Patria y Libertad, dramati-
zaci6n por Betina Hicks, Diome-
des Sosa y Gloria White.


A horaEsSu "Chance"

De Desbacerse De Los

Libros Que Le Sobran


La Biblioteca de la Universi-
dad de la Zona del Canal recibira,
con el:mayor beneplfcito, las do-
naciones de libros que desearen
hacerle los particulares o empre-
sas. Nuevos o usados y sobre
cuanto t6pico fuere, se necesitan
tomos adicio'ales, ya que, a tra-
ves de los afios, la biblioteca co-
legial era operada, conjuntamen-
te, como dependencia de la Es-
uela Secundaria y la pre-univer-
sitaria de Balboa y, ahora, al tras-
ladarse la Universidad a su nue-


va sede en La Boca, ha sentido el
desmembramiento bibliomftico.
Tampoco se despreciaran revis-
tas usadas, ya que existe interns
en tenerlas a mano como fuentes
de informaci6n.
Rebdsquese, pues, en sus des-
vanes y alivie su propia bibliote-
ca de los volimenes que no le in-
terese conservar y mandelos cuan-
to antes a la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal en La Boca o la-
me al telefono Balboa 2-2380
para hacer arreglos y pasar a
recogerlos


9.-Cuadrilla de Diablicos por
los alumnos de la Escuela Na-
cional de Danzas.
10.-Incidente de Cumbia, poe-
sia por Melva Watson y estudian-
tes.
11.-Bailes Tipicos. a) Cumbia.
b) Mejorana Santefia c) Atrave-
sao. ch) Tamborito. d) Punto, a
cargo del Conjunto Tipico del Co-
legio.
12.-Himnos Nacionales de Pa-
namA y de los Estados Unidos.


los Al




Grupo


Ropita paria los Ninos
Las Damas del Canal de Pa.
nama hacen un Ilamado a las
personas que tuviesen ropa pa-
ra niios entire los 6 y los 15
afios de edad que no necesita.
ren mas y que pudiesen donar.
Es entire ese grupo que se re-
ciben el mayor n6mero de soli-
citudes de asistencia en rela
ci6n con ropa usada y de alli
que, para tender la demand,
se haga este Ilamado aquienes
deseen regular ropa que ya no
requieren.
Las donactones pueden eo-
tregarse en las oficinas situa.
das en la Oficina de la Vivien-
da en Balboa (cerca de la esta-
ci6n del tren) y el Correo de
Coco Solo.


FUNCTION ALUSIVA A LA

INDEPENDENCIA HABRA


EN RAINBOW CITY EL 10
En forma simbl6ica los alumnos III. Desfile de los paises america-
de la escuela primaria de Rain- nos.
bow City representaran a los pai- IV. Panama, sus nueve provincias
ses americanos que le rinden tri- y la Comarca de San Bias
buto de amistad a Panama en el (Otra escena conmemorativa).
moment, de su separaci6n de V. Patria (Poesia por Ricardo
Colombia. Mir6).
A continuaci6n el program en VI. Himnos nacionales de la Re-
el cual la escuela City presentari "EfemBrides del tados Unidos de Amdrica.
3 de Noviembre de 1903" por el (Por el coro y la concurren-
maestro Ram6n Perez Jr. Dicho cia).
program se efectuara el vier- Para complementary este program.
nes, primer de Noviembre de ma se verificarA una exposici6n
1963 en el Auditorio de Rain- sobre motives panameiios en el
bow City a las 10:30 a.m. y alas edificio de la Escuela Primaria
1:30 p.m. de Rainbow City.
I. Introducci6n (Palabras alusi-
vas al acto).Pro ara
I. Separaci6n de Panama de Co. -
lombia (Pequefio acto conme-
morativo). Cultural


El DETROIT NEWS pubtic6
una cr6nica sobre el Canal de
Pananm, destacando el 60o. ani-
versarlo del Tratado que hizo
possible su construcci6n. La cro-
nica estaba ilustrada con una
fotografia del Gobernador Ro-
bert J. Fleming, Jr., otra de
una nave transitando el canal
y una vista arrea de un area
residential, asi coma una gra-
fica del tablero de control del
despacho del Capitan de la Ra-
da.

Un ex-empleado de la Divi-
sion de Esclusas, Chester A.
Reed, acaba de ser nombrado
director de la revista mensual
COAL TODAY AND TOMO-
RROW, que se edita en Wa-
shington, D. C. En la entrega
de septiembre aparecen su foto
y biografia.

EL UNIVERSAL, de Mexico,
public un reportaje sobre los
astronautas norteamericanos q'
visitaron el Istmo durante la
pasada estaci6n seca.


0


En Sta. Cruz
Un program cultural con va-
riadisimos ndmeros presentara la
Escuela de Santa Cruz esta tar-
de desde las 1:30 p.m., para el
estudiantado, y a las siete de la
noche para toda la comunidad y
amigos de la escuela, con motive
de Ia celebraci6n del aniversario
de la Independencia de-la Repii-
blica de Panami.
El program preparado es el si-
guiente:
1.-Palabras por la Srta. Ana
Cecilia Bennet, Director de la Re-
cuela de Santa Cruz.
2.-Coro Panama Viejo.
3.-Ejercicios sobre la march.
4.-Poesia "Patria" de Ricardo
Mir6
5.-Bailes tipicos (Kindergarten
de Santa Cruz).
2.-Composici6n alusiva al dia.
7.-Comedia "Vida Campesina".
8.-Bailes tipicos (ejecutados
por alumnos de la escuela secun-
daria).
9.-Tabla gimnastica.
10.-Himnos de Panama y -de
los Estados Unidos.


7y




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*


LEALO AQUI Y SEPA

QUE DEBEMOS HACER...

...si alguien se estA ahogando con un trozo de comida
o con algin otro objeto?
Limpiar rapidamente con los dedos la.garganta de la
victim, y tirar de la lengua hacia afuera, a fin de que
S 6sta no interrumpa la respiraci6n.
Si Ud. no puede alcanzar o no logra retirar el obje-
to que produce la obstrucci6n y la victim es un nifio, man-
tengalo suspendido de los tobillos y dele un par de palma-
das en la espalda, en la parte baja de la de la zona de las
costillas.
Si la victim es un adulto, hAgalo rodar de costado
o haga que se double sobre si mismo y golp6elo en forma
aguada entire los om6platos o paletillas.
SSi el objeto no es eliminado, apliquele a respiraci6n
artificial de boca-a-boca o de boca-a-nariz hasta que llegue
asistencia medica.


_


I _


Plgina DOS


SPILLWAY


Noviembre 79b de 1963


i












Nov-"iobre 1. de 196 SPL AYPg-aT~


* S6lo Peloteros Panamenos en la L. Professional


La Liga Se Inauguraria A Fines De Noviembre


Es muy probable que a fines de este mes
sea inaugurado el campeonato de beisbol pro-
fesional de PanamA en el Estado Olimpico de
la ciudad de PanamA, con la participaci6n fini-
ca de peloteros panamefios.
Cuatro novenas deberAn intervenir en el
torneo venidero, aunque sus nombres no han
sido revelados todavia, debido a los arreglos


que estA haciendo la Liga Profesional de Beis-
bol de Panama con varias empresas comereia-
les del Istmo.
Por lo pronto se anuncia que H6ctor L6pez,
destacado pelotero panamefio de los Yankees
de Nueva York, arribard al Istmo pr6ximamen-
te para dirigir a la novena que representarA al
sector AtlAntico en el campeonato.


Otros peloteros panamefios que vestirin la
franela de equipos de las grandes ligas de los
Estados Unidos el pr6ximo ano y que militarin
en el campeonato panameflo, son: IvAn Murrell,
de los Colts de Houston; Gonzalito Garrido, de
los Gigantes de San Francisco; Leonardo Marti-
nez Ferguson, de los Yankees de Nueva York;
Ruthford Salmon, de los Indios de Cleveland, y
Ricardo Quir6z, de los Fills de Filadelfia.


Soft y Beisbol

Jugaran Damitas

De Santa Cruz
La Escuela Secundaria de San-
ta Cruz tendrA tres equipos fe-
meninos de softball y tres no-
venas masculinas de beisbol pa-
ra la temporada que se iniciard
el lunes 11 de noviembre eon dos
partidos, uno en cada rama.
El calendario no ha sido con-
feccionado todavia, ya que serAn
aceptados dos equipos mis en la
liga internal, tanto en la rama fe-
menina como en la masculina, pe-
ro con estudiantes no mayores
de 16 afios de edad.
Si hay interesados en este even-
to, pueden llevar sus n6min;as al
professor Alberto Abrego en el
Gimnasio de Santa Cruz.


LIGA INFANTIL

ABRE EL 8 NOV.
El 8 de noviembre pr6ximo se
iniciara la segunda vuelta del
torneo de baloncesto juvenile de
Santa Cruz, conjuntamente con la
inauguration de la Liga Infantil
de la Escuela Priinaria de Santa
Cruz.
La primer vuelta del torneo iu-
venil fue ganada en forma invicta
por los Bucaneros, que esperan
tkiunfar tambi6n en la segunda.
En la liga infantil se han ins-
crito hasta ahora tres equipos.
En este torneo participarian los
alumnos de jos cuartos, quintos y
sextos grades del plantel.

LOS CONDECORAN
* EL DIA DE COLON
COLON Los organizadores
deportivos que ser n condecora-
dos por el Exeelentisimo Sefior
President de la Repfiblica, Don
Roberto Francisco Chiari en los
salones del Honorable Concejo
Municipal de Col6n con la Meda-
S lla de Oro y Diploma de MWrito
del Departamento Nacional de
Educaci6n Fisica del Ministerio
de Educaci6n, asistido por el Je-
fe del D. E. F., Profesor Carlos
M. Pretelt y el HH. CC. Don Jor-
ge A Gregoire, el 5 de Noviem-
bre de 1963, "DIA DE COLON"
Milciades Bland6n (q.e.p.d.),
Francisco Brown, Club 20-30, Car.
los Tamayo, Rogelio Aaikman,
Profesor Jaime Velez, Edgardo
Lombardo, Randall Thompson, Fe-
derico Fong, Francisco Villamil.
A partir del primero de no-
viembre ,las horas hAbiles pa-
ra Biblioteca Circulatoria de
Margarita, sern de 2 a 5 de
la tarde los lunes, mi6rcoles y
viernes. El cambio elimina el
servicio prestado los sAbados
en horas matinales y los mar.
tes y jueves.


TORNEO ANNUAL DE NATACION EN LA OSCAR ACABO


PISCINA DE RAINBOW CITY EL 9 CON
Oscar Simmons fue el triunfa


La Piscina de Rainbow City se-
ra scenario el pr6ximo 9 de no-
viembre del sexto Torneo Anual
de Nataci6n Latinoamericano con
la participacion de los mejores
nadadores estudiantes de Rain-
bow City, Santa Cruz y Paraiso-
Pedro Miguel.
Las competencias se iniciarAn a
las 10.30 a.m. y son auspiciadas
por el Congreso de los Concejos
Civicos de las cuatro comunida-
des latinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal, en cooperaci6n con el
Departamento de Educaci6n Fisi-


ca de la Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Veinte trofeos para los ocu-
pantes de los primeros puestos y
cuarenta medallas para los se-
gundos y terceros. lugares ban
sido donados por la Compafiia de
Seguros Mutual of Omaha para
los veinte events en el progra-
ma. Tambidn habri tres exhi-,
biciones.
Se calcula que alrededor de 73
nadadores participarAn en las
competencias, en las cuales serA
disputado el trofeo del Goberna-


dor para la prueba de 100 yar-
das estilo libre para muchachos
de 14 a 18 afos de edad.
Este trofeo sera entregado por
el Gobernador Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr., quien asistib al torneo
del aiio pasado.
Rainbow City ha ganado los cin-
co trofeos del Gobernador dispu-
tados en afios anteriores y sus
nadadores esperan repetir la ha-
zafia ganandolo nuevamente este
afio, el sAbado 9 de noviembre a
las 10:30 a.m.


I


dor en el torneo de individuals
de tennis de las Asociaciones de
Cr6dito de la Zona del Canal, at
veneer a Fernando Bradley en
los finales con anotaci6n de 7-5
y 6-3, en partido celebrado el
viernes iltimo en la cancha de
Paraiso.
El campeonato de doubles fue
ganado por la pareja integrada
por Vicente Sampson y Oscar
Simmons, al imponerse a Fer.
nando Bradley y John Mitchell en
dos sets consecutivos, por 6-4 y
6-3.


16 EQUIPOS EN LA LIGA Sonnys Fueron Papis


DE SOFT DE TRABAJADORES o
Diez y seis equipos se han ins- to de Le6n), Casa de Hu6spedes
crito en la Liga de Softbol de Tivoli (Charles Wesley), Bombe- Ls I' VlV


Trabajadores ael racifco, que
fue organizada formalmente la
semana pasada por Aston Parch-
ment, coordinator de recreaci6n
de adults en el sector Pacifico.
Los siguientes funcionarios fue-
ron elegidos: Alfred Bowen, co-
misionado; Jos6 Ampudia, secre-
tario;' y Kenneth Brown, tesorero.
La Liga sera dirigida por una
junta integrada de funcionarios y
un representante de cada equi-
po.
Los partidos de la Liga, que se
plane celebrarlos bajo las luces
en el Parque de Beisbol de Pa-
raiso, se llevarAn a cabo en dos
divisions. Cada equipo jugari
con los otros dos veces en su pro-
pia division. Los ganadores de
cada division se enfrentarAn en
una series por el campeonato.
Los equipos inscritos y sus di-
rectores son: Almacenaje (Albert
Long), Indios de Clayton (Alber-


CONTRA CUERVO MEXICANO

* SE FAJA EL GALLO PATINO
El campe6n peso gallo, del Istmo, Luis Patifio, reapa-
recera el pr6ximo 17 de noviembre en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal de Panamb, enfrentandose al destacado p6gil mexica-
no "Cuervo" Salinas, en un combat seiialado a 10 asaltos.
Patio coniquist6 el titulo de la division, que estaba
vacant por haber renunciado a 61 Ismael Laguna, cuando
venci6 por puntos a Camy Beto.
Salinas debera arribar al Istmo a fines de la pr6xima
S semana procedente de Ciudad de M6xico.,


ros (Ernest Franklin), Escuela
Military Latinoamericana (Jos6
Huertas), Escuelas (Jos6 Ampu-
dia), Contraloria (George Grif-
fith), Armada (Peter Chen),
Transportes del EjBrcito (Frank-
lin Spencer), Navegaci6n (R. Hol-
der), Esclusas (Gilberto Bour-
ne), Empacadores, Comisariato
(Oscar Butler), y Direcci6n de
Salubridad (Marcus Smith).
La pr6xima reuni6n de repre-
sentantes de equipos tendril lu-
gar en la Escuela Primaria de
Paraiso-el jueves 14 de noviem-
bre a las 7:30 p.m.

A ORDENES DE
LOS TENISTAS
Las canchas de tennis
de Santa Cruz estAn a la
disposici6n de todos los
aficionados y profesiona-
les que deseen hacer sus
prActicas, en vista de que
se encuentran en magni-
ficas condiciones.
Si los interesados no
disponen de los imple-
mentos necesarios, po-
dran hacer uso de los que
el professor Alberto Abre-
go ofrece, procurando pa-
ra ellos el cuidado nece-
sario.


En los partidos celebrados el
martes en la Liga Mayor de Ba-
loncesto de Santa Cruz, en el gim-
nasio de la escuela, el' quinteto
Sonnys super a los Millonarios
con anotaci6n de 46 por 38, mien-
tras que los Celtics superaban a
los Turfers por 79 a 66.
Este torneo tendrA un receso
hasta el pr6ximo martes, debido
a la celebraci6n de las Fiestas
Patrias en PanamA.


Uno de los equipos de este tor-
neo, Popeyes, se retire de la corn
petencia, aunque estaba al co-


mando.
El estado
siguiente:
Popeyes
Turfers
Sonnys
Celtics
Millonarios


de los equipos es el
G. P. Pts.
3 1 .750
3 2 .600
2 3 .400
2 3 .400
1 2 SSS


NO POR MUCH MADRUGAR


AMANECE MAS TEMPRANO
Los accidents de "Ultimo Momento" suceden, general.
mente, debido a las causes siguientes:
1.-Hay operarios que cuando se aproxima la hora de sa-
lida comienzan a distraer su atenci6n. Y esa distracci6n es
la causa/del accident.
2.-Otros operarios quieren apurar los pequefios detalles
de su labor final, para salir al minute exacto. Y es ese apre-
suramiento el que provoca el accident.
3.-Hay tambidn juguetones que gastan bromas de mal
gusto en trance de dejar el trabajo. Distraen a otros y, sin
quererlo, dan lugar a un accident.
4.-No faltan operarios que dejan fuera de lugar las
herramientas, cajones u objetos que dan lugar a un accident.
Dejan asi un peligro que otros deberAn afrontar.
.5.-Tambidn hay quienes, concluido su trabajo, bajan las
escaleras apresuradamente para salir cuanto antes; tal parece
que alguien les persigue. Y resbalan, caen y se accidentan.
6.--Ms all hay quienes corren, atropelladamente a *a
salida de la fAbrica, empujan a sus compafieros, ne ven Ion
peligros pequefios a graves accidentes


CEJA NO HARA CEJAR

A FRANCIS ALEGA EL
El pBgil mexicano Jorge Ceja deberi ser el pr6-
ximo rival del campe6n pluma del Istmo, Beresford
Francis, seg6n se anunci6 el domingo 6ltimo, despu6s
que.Francis gan6 fAcilmente su combat de diez vuel-
tas al novel p6gil colonense Humberto Trottman en
el Gimnasio Nacional de Panama.
Francis, que reaparecia en el Istmo despu6s de
su derrota por nocaut en dos asaltos a manos del me-
xicano Vicente Saldivar en Ciu'dad de M6xico, encon-
tr6 cierta oposici6n en el novato Trottmarn en los pri-
meros asaltos, pero cuando el combat pas6 a la mi-
tad, ya Francis era el duenio de la situacibn y logro
derribar a su contrario cuando faltaban escasos se-
gundos para finalizar el encuentro, sonando la cam-
pana cuando la cuenta iba por siete segundos.


LE TOCA A PARIS DAR

VITORES A I. LAGUNA
Antes de las Fiestas Patrias esperan salir rumbo
a Paris el sensational pugilista colonense Ismael La-
guna, su apoderado Isaac Kresch y el entrenador Ra-
m6n "Curro" Dosman, para el combat que sosten-
dr6 Laguna con el nigeriano Joe Rafiu King en el
Palacio de los Deportes de la capital francesa.
Laguna se enfrentard al nigeriano en la noche
del 18 de noviembre en un combat seiialado a diez
vueltas, con peso maximo de 128 libras.
En Paris esta hacienda algo de frio en la actua-
lidad, y los mentores del pugil panameiio desean
que se acclimate bien antes de su encuentro con King.
Este ser+ el tercer viaje de Laguna al exterior
para sostener combates, pues anteriormente ha pelea-
do en Maracaibo, Venezuela, y en Bogota, Colombia.


Noviembre 19 de 1963


SPILLWAY


P4-3ina T-ReS









,Novlembre 19 ri 1963


SPILLWAY


Pigftn CUATRO


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CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas quo hicieron
historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Tarde de Toros
2:00-Cine en su Casa
3:30-Teleteatro
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30-Jitazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnudc
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos
Contestan
10:30-Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportales
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mulif
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Ajedres Fatal
9:00-Fono de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00--Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biografia
8:00-Fred Astair,
Present
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticiaa
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serle Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
8:00-Teleteatro
'4:30-Carnaval' de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mufer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
8:00-Dibujos Animados
6:30-Noticias .
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Los Trabajadores
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teletoatro
JUEVES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartons
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extraiio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30-Show Internaclonal
8:30-La Hora Once
9:30-Peter Gunn
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:90-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Ccrnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
8:00-El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
9:00-El Fabricante de
Noticlas
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Noticial
10:15-Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
1:30-Teleteatro
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
3:00-Avances
3:l5-Reportales
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Notlcias
7:00-Combate \
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticas
10:15-Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Leclerc
11:00-S&lvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazatias del Espacio
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
3:30-Pelicula
5:30-Festival de Cartones
6:00-Furia
6:30-Cero Uno
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientes
9:00-Encruciiada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-Los Bucaneros
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30--Ley del Rev6lver
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Ruta 66
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
MARTES
11:30-Festival de
Cartones
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-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:--El Hombre en 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--Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08--Novel Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Frncis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Canciones
8:30-La Herenciac
9:00-El Caminanto
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicuta
JUEVES
11:30-Festival de
Cartones '
12:15-Rev61ver a la
Orden
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08--Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de Ila Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassio
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-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
VIERNES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15--Guillermo Tell
'12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Annie Oakley
7:.0-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
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:30-El Tercer Hombre
2:00-Repriss Novela de
las Cinco
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Club Infantll
Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador
Submarino
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Pelicula


EDGARD U. PETIT, Oficinista,
Trafico MaritimO, esta trabaiando
con la organizaci6n del Canal de
Panama desde el 7 de febrero de
1942. Durante tres afos estuvo
trabajando como operario de te-
lefono en la Caseta de Control
de las Esclusas de Miraflores, pa.
sando luego a conductor en la Di-
visi6n de Correos por dos alios.
Desde entonces se encuentra tra-
baiando en la Oficina de Control
de Trafico Maritimo en la Capi-
tania del Puerto en Balboa, donde
tiene que tender todo lo que se
refiere al trAnsito de los barcos
por el Canal, sefialando en un dia-
grama como el que ven ustedes
en la fotografia, el lugar por don-
de pasan los barcos cuardo en-
tran en las esclusas. Tambien
tiene que tender el teletipo de la
oficina en donde recibe informa-
ciones de los barcos. Petit es
casado y tiene seis hijos. Naci6
en la ciudad de PanamB y reside
en Paraiso. Curs6 studios se-


La Audubon Puede

Venir el Afio '64

El Audubon Society de Flori-
da planea un viaje al Istmo,
durante el ano entrant, segdn
informes que se han filtrado.
Esta organizaci6n, que data del
ano 1900, ha hecho excursions
a Costa Rica, Guatemala, Hai-
ti, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Ja-
maica, Curazao, Bonaire, To-
bago y Trinidad en el pasado
para estudiar la vida de los pa-
jaros y otras fases de la histo-
ria natural.


CHRISTINA VIRGINIA BOWEN,
estudiante de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Rainbow City es una
de las seis candidates a Reina
del Campus 1964.
Hija de Keith (Quique) Bo.
wen y seiora, de Rainbow City,
la bella estudiante es muy dada
a los deportes, especialmente
el vollbol, y el tenis de mesa.
Adora bailar y participar en
las fiestas y reuniones sanas,
propias de la edad. El Padre
de Tina trabaja en la Divisi6n
Industrial de Mount Hope como
oficinista-apuntador de tiempo,
su madre viaja actualmente por
Nueva Jersey.


'f


cundarios en el ya desaparecido
pueblo de Red Tank. Su entre-
tenci6n en las horas de ocio es


la construcci6n de gabinetes de
madera, pues es un experto- ca>-
pintero y ebanista.


CALENIIARID lE EVENTS

NOVIEMBRE

1 Dia de Todos los Santos.
1 Dia del Himno Nacional de Panama.
1 Juego de Estrellas entire Los Guaracheros, de Col6n y Es-
trellas de los Fuerzas Armadas en Panama. Lugar: gim-
nasio de Fuerte Clayton. Hora: 8 p.m. Boleto: 250 a
beneficio del Fondo Unido.
S1 Chilibre celebrara los Dias Patrios instalando al Alcalde
Infantil a las 8 de la noche para dar inicio a las festi-
vidades.

-2- Dia de los Difuntos.
2 BAZAR FERIA auspiciada por el Capitulo Orquidea de la
Orden Estrella del Este, en el Templo Mas6nico de Balboa,
a las 8 p.m.
3 609 Aniversario de la Independencia de la Republica de
Panama. Feriado en todo el Istmo.
3- Tambor de Orden en el Club Campestre de Las Cumbres
bajo la Direcci6n de Mingo Domingos. Platillos, misica,
y alegria.
4 Dia de la Bandera. Desfile del pabell6n panamefo en
todas las poblaciones del pais. Habitantes de.las pobla-
ciones limitrofes de la Zona del Canal, admiraran el
desfile de banderas panamefias por Anc6n y Balboa.
4- Baloncesto: Juego entire Estrellas de la Fuerzas Armadas
acantonadas en Panama y Los .Guaracheros de Col6n, en
el gimnasio de Fuerte Davis a las 8 de la noche a beneficio
del Fondo Unido. La entrada cuesta 25 centavos.
5 Dia de Col6n. Las festividades patrias de Panama se
centralizan en la ciudad atlAntica, donde acuden las
mis altas autoridades civiles y militares.
5 NOCHE MUSICAL: en el Teatro de Balboa a beneficio del
Fondo Unido. Hora: 7:30 p.m. Entrada: B/.1.00.
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.
9 11 OLIMPIADA SCOUTS EXPLORADORES en la Base Area
de Albrook.
10 Exhibici6n de Arte bajo los auspicios del Capitulo zoneita
de la National League of American Pen Women, Casa de
Hu6spedes Tivoli de 4 a 6 de la tarde. Invitaci6n general.
11 Dia de los Veteranos de la Guerra. Feriado en la Zona del
Canal. Aniversario del natalicio del Rey Gustavo de Suecia.
25 Festival de Santa Catalina en Pedasi.
28 Aniversario de la declaraci6n de independencia pana-
mefia de la Corona Espaiiola. (1821).
28 Dia de Acci6n de Gracias en Estados Unidos y la Zona
del Canal. Feriado en la Zona del Canal.


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25 -
28 -
31 -


DICI EMBRE
Fiesta de Santa Barbara en Las Minas.
Festival de San NicolAs en Arraijan.
La Inmaculada Concepci6n Dia de las Madres en
Panama.
NAVIDAD.
Los Santos Inocentes.
Visperas de Afio Nuevo.


EN SU PANTALLA

Nov. 1 al 11 PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY

Viernes September Storm Billy Budd 30 Years of Fun
Owl Show
10:30 p.m. Atomic Man/ Footsteps in the Fog The Tingler

Sabado Claudelle Inglish Return to Warbow
y Fort Dobbs Hitler y How to Murder a Rich Uncle
Domingo y
Lunes Doctor No Born to Sing Billy Budd

Marfes Adventures of Hajji Baba El Gato y
y Hell to Eternity The Big Country We Were Strangers
Crowded Sky y
Mi6rcoles The Big Country Adventures of Hajji Baba Dark at the Top
y Hell to Eternity of the Stairs

Jueves y Vierni
Born to Sing Doctor No September Storm

Viernes
Owl Show The H-Man Cell 2455 Death Row Atomic Man
10:30 p.m.
Claudelle Inglish
Sabado Hitler High Noon y Fort Dobbs


Domingo y
Luneo


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