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 Material Information
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 8, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00432
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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VOL. II No. 21


FRIDAY, November 8, 1963


Veterans' Day




Parade Monday


Units from military install.
tions on the Isthmus are to
join with representatives of the
Canal Zone community and the
Republic of Panama in the tra-
ditional Veteran's Day obser-
vance in Balboa on Monday,
November 11.
Services in Balboa Stadium
will be preceded by a parade,
starting at 10 a.m. It will pro-
ceed from the Goethals Monu-
ment along Barnaby Street to
Balboa Road, to R o o s e v e .t
Avenue to the north gate of the
stadium.
In the line of march will be
honor guards from the Army,
Navy, Marines and Air Force,
a joint color gaurd representing
all the services, and the Air
Force Band. Among displays
of military equipment will be
a HAWK missile from the 4th
Missile Battalion, 517th Artille-
ry, Fort Clayton.
Heading the military and
civilian units will be Maj.
Gen. Jack N. Donohew,
chief of staff, United States
Southern Command.
Behind him will be members
of. veterans' organizations and
their auxiliaries, the Panama
National Guard, civic and f-a-
ternal clubs, scout groups, the
Balboa ROTC and several
bands including the Panama
Bomberos.
About 100 riders from riding
clubs in the Canal Zone will
participate in the parade. Each
club will be distinguished by its
own colors.
Leading the parade of riders
will be F. S. Rudesheim on
Generoso, his purebred Spanish
Andulasian mount. He'll be
followed by a group of riders
in colorful western costumes.
Riding in the parade will be
the Fort Kobbe Riding Club,
the Albrook Riding Club and
the Fort Clayton Riding Club,
each distinguished by the rid-
ing clubs' special outfits.


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The parade will pass in
review before dignitaries
from the Panama and Zone
government, the Diplomatic
Corp s, the United States
Southern Command and its
components.
Also in the reviewing stand
will be 33 military representa-
tives from Latin American na-
tions, now taking courses at the
Latin American School at Al-
brook Air Force Base.
November 11, designated as
Veterans Day, has been dedi-
.cated by the United States Con-
gress to the cause of world
peace. Calling attention to this
dedication and to the dual
significance of the day, Canal
Zone Governor Robert J. Fle-
ming, Jr., has invited all re-
sidents to participate in obser-
vance of the day and its pro-
grams in keeping with the
Veterans Day ProclamAtion by
President Kennedy.
The President's proclamation
noted the "important dual sig-
nificance of the day in that it
gives each one of us an oppor-
tunity both to honor the dedi
cated men and women of all
races' and religious beliefs who
have honorably served in our
forces in time of war, and to
reemphasize our determination
to achieve world peace with
patience, perseverence and
courage."
The President said also:
"Now therefore, I, John
F. Kennedy, President of
the United States of Amer-
ica, call upon the people of.
this nation to observe Mon-
day, November 11, as Vete-
rans Day, remembering
those who have borne the
burden in time of war and
resolving with one accord
to achieve a just and lasting
peace throughout the
world."


Education: For Frontiers


Contributions of the concept
of free, universal education to
strength and prosperity, pro-
gress in promoting peace, and
meeting challenges on widening
frontiers are keynoted in a call
for observance of American
Education Week November
10-16.
Support of Education Week
activities and participation in
its programs here are urged
by Governor Robert J. Fle-
ming, Jr., in calling attention
to the American Education
Week Proclamation by Presi-
dent Kennedy.
Observances here center
around plans for Visitor's
Day in the schools. Visitors
will be welcomed on Wed-
nesday November 13, in the
secondary schools and on
Thursday November 14, in
the elementary schools.
Another milestone in Canal
Zone education was passed this
autumn when the all-time en-
rollment record in the U.S.
Schools was broken with the
registration of 10,301 boys and
girls.
This was 1,125 more students
than were enrolled in the previ-
ous year, which itself set a re-
cord for registrations.
The increased enrollment
showed up at all grade levels,
from kindergarten through the
Canal Zone College.
To meet the rising demand


for learning, 55 additional ins-
tructors were hired for the U.S.
Schools.
The addition of a third year
of instruction at the Canal Zone
College, and the completion of
its new building at La Boca
were steps to higher levels of
education.
Disclosure that 74 percent
of last spring's Balboa and
Cristobal High School gra-
duates Went on to college is
a ratio to be proud of. It
far exceeds the public
school ratio in many States
communities.
President Kennedy's procla-
mation said in part:
"I call upon all Americans to
inform themselves as to the
quality of education and the op-
portunities for the individual
which our schools, colleges and
universities now afford."
I call upon all Americans
to inform themselves of the
problems which confront
these vital institutions and
to work toward the' resolu-
tion of these problems with
commitment and a sense of
urgency.
"I remind my fellow citizens
that the attainment of excel-
lence in education is the res-
ponsibility of each one of us;
that it is a responsibility to our
society today, and an obligation
to our citizens of the future."


Gift of the Panama Canal Museu


Canal UF Gifts Employees


S Pana.a Canel




SPILLWAY


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TYPISTS ALSO SERVE the United Fund in the all-important
record of who gives what. Among the energetic workers, who
also lend a decorative note to the Typing and Stenographic Pool
in the Administration Building are Ronnie Dahlhoff, seated, and
Doris Young. They take care of the daily and periodic reports
of the receipts coming in from all over.



For Polio Safety;



Get Booster Doses


Persons who have not received
their third booster dose of
Sabin oral polio vaccine may get
them now through the Com-
munity Health Centers. Those who
missed getting the oral vaccine
when it was was offered in the
spring may start their doses now.
The vaccine is taken by
mouth on a sugar cube.
For full protection against
polio, it is necessary to re-
ceive all three doses of the
oral vaccine.
Taking the full course of oral
vaccine not only protects the in-
dividual but safeguards those
around him including chil-
dren by preventing him from
being a carrier.
A carrier is a healthy person
who carries the disease and can
transmit it to an unimmunized
person.


Persons with fever symptoms
of influenza, or stomach upset,
should wait at least a week after
recovery before taking the vac-
cine. With the presence of these
illnesses in his body, he may not
develop the expected immunity
to polio.
The Community Centers in Bal-
boa, Paraiso and Rainbow City
are open from 8:30 a.m. until
11:30 a.m. and rom 1:00 p.m.
until 4:30 pm. Health Centers in
Margarita, Coco Solo and Gatun
are open from 1:00 a.m. until
4:30 p.m.
All Health Centers are open
Monday through Friday, ex-
cept on legal holidays.
If you have any questions con-
cerning the immunization for po-
lio or other diseases, please call
the Community Health Branch -
or talk with the nurse in yotr
Community Health Center.


Rise To 95%

The next upcoming United Fund event is the Tele-
thon on Friday, November 15 at the Balboa Theater start-
ing at seven o'clock.
Dwight Van Evera, who is in charge of the Telethon's
items for' auction, reports that he has "a couple of
thousand dollars" worth of silver tea sets, washing ma-
chines, outboard motors, TV sets, mahogany and teak
furniture, swim suits, watches, bowling bowls, gifts items,
set of china, sewing machine, Lucho Azcarraga records,
fans and the like.
He also mentioned $300 worth of frozen food and
beer offered by one businessman supporter of the Canal
Zone United Fund.
All the above items will be auctioned off on the
Telethon which also will offer live entertainment to de-
light the listeners and watchers.
The Night of Music presented by the U. S. Air Force
Southern Command Band was a joyful experience for those
who attended the musical show at Balboa Theatre Tues-
day evening. It is expected that about $1,000 was cleared
for the United Fund through those attending this excel-
lent presentation.
The Panama Canal is a 95 percent of goal in the
current United Fund drive. The Canal target is $74,800.
Envelopes are still coming in from various organizations,
which may swell the dollars to reach the target.


Group Studies

PC Traffic

At Palo Alto
Lt. Gov. David S. Parker and
three other Panama Canal of-
ficials are in Palo Alto, California,
this week to review a study being
made on projections of expected
traffic through the Canal Also
in Palo Alto are John D. Holleq,
chief, and Hugh A. Norris, econo-
mist, of the Executive Planning
Staff, and Canal Secretary Wil-
liam M. Whitman, of Washington,
D. C.
The traffic projection studytl
being made by the Stanford Re*
sear-c lastitute.


Bring Up



219 Ideas

The "power of the press" or,
at least, the Panama Canal Re-
view was highlighted last month.
The Review cover and a double-
page inside spread featured the
Incentive Awards Program. In-
cluded in every Review was a
copy of the employee suggestion
form, printed in both English and
Spanish.
The result was a deluge of 219
employee suggestions during the
month of October. This was just
190 more than was received in
October last year. It was within
14 of equaling the total amount
of suggestions for the first six
months of fiscal year 1963.
Most of these suggestions
have been reviewed and some
cash awards will be made.
Too many of them are reptti-
tions of suggestions which have
been coming in for years, says
James G. E. Maguire, Secretary
of the Incentive Awards Commit-
tee.
What are most desired are subs-
tantial cost reduction suggestions.
Employees are invited to think
big on this paying no attention
to tradition or to formalized pro.
cedures which are time-honored.
"If you know of a way to
cut costs, put in your sugges-
tion," says a spokesman for
the committee.
In October, the Marine Bureau
had the most employee sugges-
tions with 48 received. Engineer-
ing the Construction-Bureau was
next with 39 and then Supply and
Community Service with 29.
Transportation and Terminals Bu-
reau submitted 27, Civil Affairs
21 and Health Bureau 20. The Of-
fice of the Comptroller had 12.
The remainder was scattered
among smaller units of the Pan-
ama Canal.


BALBOA TEENERS
VOTE TO CHANGE

NAME OF CLUB
Members of the Balboa Teen
Club have voted to rename it.
And they have set November 15
as a final date for suggestions in
a contest being held to select the
most popular name.
The Teen Club's recommenda-
tion on the change was approved
by its adult board of directors.
The names will be screened by
an adult committee and three
names will be chosen to be voted
on by the guests and members
at a dance at the club on the
night of November 23.
The rules of the contest are:
(1) That the new name sug-
gested for the club be limited to
seven letters for the first word
and four letters for the second
word.
(2) That the name be submitted
no later than November 15.
(3) That the winner receive a
valuable gift. This will be pre-
sented on the night of the dance,
November 23, and the winner
must be present to receive the
gift.
On that evening, the "Waywards"
will be playing from 8:00 p.m.
until midnight.
School clothes will be proper
attire, and admission will be at
the regular price.










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cIdiijren's


-National Children's Book Week,
which has been celebrated an-
nually in the United States since
1919, will be observed from Nov-
ember 10 to 16 in the Canal Zone
Libraries.
The purpose of the celebration
is: To promote the interest of
young people in reading good
books.
Zone libraries will have stream-
ers, posters, book marks and some
attractive mobiles.
This year's theme is "Three
Cheers For Books!"
John Ciardi, one of the best
known of contemporary American
poets, has written the following
verse for this occasion:
A BOOKMARK
By John ,Ciardi
You go out in ship, up in a plane,
Around in a car, and far in a
train.
But every good book that you
begin
Goes far, around, up, out, and in.
As far in as imagining goes
To time, or to anywhere anyone
'knows.
Have a good trip! And just in
case
You stop to rest, I'll .hold your
place.

,OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
,October 28-November 3
Miraflores Locks .... 1,246
*Gatun Locks ........... 208
-jas Cruces,
5 trips ............... 545
iReina Manuelita,
1 trip ............... 25.
Passenger Ships, (3) 2,150

GRAND TOTAL:..... 4,174


JOHN HARE


Special Services


Officer Knows


Zone Well

JOHN HARE, newly named
Special Services Officer, knows
the local terrian so well he could
probably find his way over much
of it blindfolded. A New Eng-
lander wno attended the Univ-
ersity of Massachusetts, he was
trained as a landscape man and
worked on the golf greens at
Newport Country Club before he
joined the old experiment gar-
dens at Summit to assist in plant-
ings and layout for the, Third
Locks Towns. During World War
II, his work shifted abruptly to
planting grass and shrubs on and
around the landing fields built
for the Air Forie in both the
Canal Zone and Panama. Later he
became a safety engineer and
Chief of the Land License Unit,.
then Chief of the License Sec-
tion where he was until assigned
to his new work. He and Mrs.
Hare have lived .on the Atlantic
side as well as at Summit, and
now share their Balboa home with
fohr ,children. The eldest, Jeff,
is :in Canal .Zone College. As .a
family, theWy f Vwimming and
s8ghing


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SELF-PHOTOGRAPHY using the delayed-exposure device :is a
favorite technique used by Canal pilot Capt. Frank V. Kerley,
center, when a ,pause comes .during ship transit. Enjoying .a
break here are, left, Commodore G.T. Marr, former commander
of the R.M.S. Queen Mary -and a holder of the D.S.C., with Staff
Captain L. Scott, right. They stand on the -bridge of the R.M.S.
cruise ship Caronia.

Pilot Collects Photos



Of Ships, World Ports


:Since -the .chief activity of -Capt.
Frank V. Kerley is :piloting ships
in :transit through 'the Canal, 'his
marine 'work with ,a camera -is
technically that of .an .amateur.
But at his home -on the Atlantic
Side he has a large and valuable
colection.of pictures he ,has taken
of ships and ports in many parts
of the world.
Capt. Kerley's voluminous :al-
bums started some 23 -years ago.
They form not only an interest-
ing hobby, but have often aided
other- people in important work.
For 'example, one.album of ports
in Brazil and Argentina was used
during World War II.by the Naval
Convoy Routing and Port Direct-
or's Office in New Orleans.
Several of :his pictures record
the stops in Cristobal of some of
the world's greatest passenger
liners now gone to Davy Jones'
locker or cut up for scrap. Among
them are good shots of two Ita-
lian liners, the Andrea Doria and
the Bianca C. (The latter was
impounded here during World
War II).
There also are interesting shots
tf the Isle de France, and of
te Reina del Pacifico and the
Empress of Scotland, two familiar
British craft which call no more.
Capt. Kerley also ties in auto-
graph collecting with photo-
graphy. He photographs ship
masters, then sends them a print
with request for an autograph


,plus :the vessel's :official ship
stamp. He sends out :about 1,200
iof these each -year, :gets back
.about .800.
All told, ;he .averages .about
2;000 snapshots .annually. 'Some
:200 marine people -request addi-
-tional prints, and several ship-
-ping companies ask for special
snapshots of thqir vessels in the
locks or of two vessels of the
same fleet meeting in the Canal.
Not ,all of pictures in Capt.
Kerley's collection are from his
own camera. He corresponds
with professional marine photo-
graphers in Germany, New Zea-
land, South Africa, New York,
New Orleans, San Pedro, and
elsewhere. He trades prints -with
them or sometimes purchases a
shot to add to his collection.
.A former ship master who holds
several World War II decorations,
he was born in Memphis and
lived in New' Orleans before
joining the Canal in 1949. He
.attended 'Southern Nautical Aca-
demy and had one year at Louis-
iana State University. He and
Mrs. Kerley share their home
in Margarita with daughter Ma-
ria. 12, and son Frank, who is
11.
Photographs and autographs do
not consume all of the Captain's
.leisure hours. He is also interest-
ed in coins and served for sev-
eral years as president of the
Isthmian Numismatic Society.


RWPb.' -im; Cbiecti4M


Cream of the Crime is the
15th Anthology of the Mystery
Writers of America. The selec-
tions range in setting from the
England of Samuel Johnson to
the exotic Far East. A fore-
word by Hugh Pentecost gives
the reader a glimpse of the
delights in store. This is an ek-
citing collection smoothly-
written and at times spine-
chilling.
The Craft of Intelligence by
Allen Dulles is a careful history
of intelligence operations from
ancient to modern times. Dul-
les, as former chief of the C. I.
A. is well qualified to write
this book. He includes ih this
account many of the ear ly
stories of U. S. operations
which now may 'be divulged
with discretion. The combina-
tion of subject and author make
this book pretty nearly unbea-
table.


Run Scared by Mignon G.
Eberhart is a mystery story
with an unusual twist. A poli-
tical family reminiscent of the
Kennedys, the Roosevelts, or
the Tafts, is involved in a
critical campaign when a mur-
der complicates the scene. Mrs.
Eberhart's name is well-known
in the mystery story field. This
is one of the most timely and
suspenseful of her thirty-eight
novels.
A Crown of Wild Myrtle by
H. E. Bates has its setting on
a small Greek island. An En-
glishman traveling alone meets
a girl and her companion and
soon finds that the girl is the
unwilling captive of the older
woman. This is a love story
with ominous overtones which
make the basic story particular-
ly pleasing.


Low License Drawings



Nov. 15 on Cycles, Cars


Motorcyclists too can enter this
year's first come-one come-all
license derby to become the top
man on their own totempole by
coping the low number.
This is the first year that
a drawing for low motorcycle
license numbers will be held.
The motorcycle drawing will
precede the annual drawing
for low passenger vehicle
license numbers.
Both drawings will be held at
9 a.m. on Friday, November 15,
at the office of the License Sec-
tion, Civil Affairs Building, An-
'con. Applications for 1964 Canal
Zone license plates must be for-
warded to the License Section be-
fore that time to be included in
the annual public drawing.
The 1964 vehicle registra-
tion blanks are pink. They
may be obtained with self-ad-
dressed envelopes from Canal
Zone gas stations, police sta-
tions, the Police Driver Exa-
miner in Building No. 1001,
Cristobal, and the License
Section, Civil Affairs Build-
ings, Ancon.
Instruction ,on !preparation ,of
the form is given on the applica-
tion blank. Applicants should
make sure, before submitting ap-
plications by mail, that both


halves of the applications are
completed and signed, and that
the current registration is en-
closed with the correct fee.
If the registration cannot be
furnished, 50 cents must be .ad-
ded to the plate fee. The require-
ments that a registration be car-
ried in the vehicle are waived
during the time the registration
is being renewed.
Registration fees are $5 for
personal passenger vehicles; $2
for personal mortocycles and
mnotorscooters; $1 for trailers; $16
for commecrial buses and trucks
and $5 for commercial trailers.
In case of liens, the 1964 re-
gistration will continue to
bear the lienholder's name
until written proof is present-
,ed to the License Section that
the lien has been paid.
The Inspection Certificate .at
the top of the application will be
completed by the Official Inspec-
tion Stations at the annual ins-
pection of motor vehicles ,during
January and February.
No license plates will be .e-
leased before December 1, when
over-the-counter license sales will
begin at the License Section in
Ancon.
The 1964 license plate colors?
Black number on a light yellow
background.


THEATER SCHEDULE

Beginning Saturday November 9


BALBOA
Sat.!Sunt :2:30 7:30
Tuesday 7:30
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 8:10 -pm.
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 7:00-
Monday 7:00 ip;m.
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday -
Friday,
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
COCO SOLO
Saturday night
Sunday -.2:00 7:00
Monday Night 7:00
Monday Matinee 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday -
Wednesday Thursday -
Friday -


THE LINGEST DAY
DEADLY DUO
HUD
HUD.
TELETHON

SOUTH PACIFIC
FLIPPER
FLIPPER
TIE -NAKED JUNGLE
PARANOIAC
AUNTIE NAME
THE MIGHTY URSUS
CELL 2455 DEATH ROW

A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
A -GIRL NAMED TAMIKO
NO SHOW
THE MIGHTY URSUS
FLIPPER
NO SHOW
AUNTIE MAME

THE BLACK PIRATE
ISLAND OF LOVE
NO SHOW
THE SPIRAL ROAD
NO SHOW
A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
SOUTH PACIFIC

FOLLOW THE BOYS
EL CID
EL CID
SOLDIERS THREE
.A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
THE SPIRAL ROAD
ISLAND OF LOVE
FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG

LOVE IS A BALL
IRMA LA DOUCE
IRMA LA DOUCE
BORN TO SING
INHERIT THE WIND
THE LION
SHOWDOWN


ALL NIGHT SHOWS BEGIN AT 7:00 EXCEPT AS SHOWN:


BALBOA 10;00 a.m.
COCO SOLO 2:00 p.m.
DIABLO HTS. 2:00 p.m.
GAMBOA 6:15 p.m.
MARGARITA 2:00 p.m.
GATUN 2:00 p.m.


WOLF DOG:
THE CLOWN AND THE KID:
TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL:
THE LOST WORLD:
THE LITLES HOBO:
SUBMARINE SEAHAWK:


Joan of Lorraine Plays Tonight, Tomorrow, 8 p.m.


Maxwell Anderson's Joan of
Lorraine put on by the Sock and
Buskin of Balboa High School
continues tonight and tomorrow.
Joanne Clarizio, .illiam Singleton,
James Bay, Jim Culet, Jon Swain,
and Lynn Baquie will :be in fea-
tured roles. Others in the cast
are Betty Lindo, Anthony White,
Mike Brasswell, Dan Aleman,
Lerlene Hayden, Fred Weade,
Nancy Tinkler, Richard Cressy,


Terri Lockhart, and Roberta
Evans. The roles of D'Estivet
and DeCourcelles will be com-
bined and played by Jim Plata.
Louis Adams, Richard Cressy
and Bunnie Rudysheim will handle
lights, while Mark Saunders, Lin-
da Donley, Dianne Zerr, John
Widdecke, Lerlene Hayden, Lan-
cey Saunders and .others are dev-
eloping scenic effects. Curtain
time 8 p.m.


Page TWO


SPILLWAYIA


NUovember B.. 1963







November 1963


SPILLWAY


Page THREE


CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL TIGERS


CZC-CHS Clash Tonite For 1st Place


The football game scheduled
tonight in Balboa. Stadium bet-
ween Balboa High. School and
School Division: Athletic 'Club
has been postponed until to-
morrow at 7 p.m. in Balboa.
Stadium. The change was made
so that everyone would be- able
to see tonight's game in Cris,
tobal and the BHS-SDAC clash
It is very possible that
the winner of tonight's CZC-
CHS gridiron encounter will
become the Interscholastic
Football League champion
for 1963 and will meet an
All-Star team in the United
Fund Palm Bowl Game No-
vember 27.
Both teams are tied for first
place with identical 3-0-1 won,
lost records. In their only en,
counter this year, the two teams
played to a' 6-6 tie.
In their first game, the, Col-
lege dominated plla y during
most of the game. Twice the'



RP Bowlers


Win High Rank


At WiorI Meet
Two Panamanian bowlers
well known in' the Canal Zone
toppled the maples for high
ranking in the World Bowling
Tournament being held in
Cuernavaca, Mexico. Humberto
de Luca' and Jos6 "Pepe" Da-
mian finished in. eight place in
doubles with a 2,204 pin total.
The event was won by a Fin-
land team with 2,368, followed
'by Mexico and the United
States. There were 28 doubles
team entries


Green Devils moved to within
five yards of the CHS goal but
were stopped. The College out-
gained Cristobal, 322 to 123 and,
topped the Tigers in first downs,
16-5. However, CZC was asses-
sed 50 yards in penalties to
CHS's 5 and Green Wave backs
fumbled three times to. Cristo-
bal's none.
If tonight's game' follows the
same' pattern: as the first game,
it should be a battle between
at powerful offense (CZC) and
a fine' defense (CHS). It must
N'L


be remembered that Cristobal,
also' sporting a' good: offensive'
threat, will, also: be playing: on,
its. home field, a' psychological
advantage' not to' be' dismissed'
lightly.


dividual performances ever seen
on. the Isthmus as he raced for
three of the college's four scores.
He also. scored two. other touch-
downs, one- on a, 71-yard reverse'
play; but they were called; back
because of penalties, Lloyd' Sprad-


Look for a' fine ballgame' and lin, scored; th
a close' score' as. the: two) teams dbwnm
go to, onto. the' field tonight rated ST
even:
In' the only action. last week, Team'
Canal. Zone' College' coasted to, an' Cristobal HS
easy victory over Balboa' High: C. Z. College
School's Bulldogs, 28-0. CZC's Jeff Balboa HS,
Leon put: on one of the finest in. S.D:A.C.


e other CZC touch-


ANOINGS
W L.
3: 0O
3 0!
1 3
0 4I


T Pct. GB.
1 1.000; -
1 1.000' -
0: .250 2%
0; .000 3%
mmnSamm"lVSlUS


CANAL ZONE COLLEGE GREEN DEVILS


Governor Fleming Presenting 2 Trophies A Swim Meet


Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., has accepted an. invitation ex-
tended by Rainbow City Civic
Council President Wilfred E, Bar-
row to attend the Sixth Annual
Latin American Swim Meet to-
morrow, November 9, at.10:30 a.m.


MAGISTRATE SWEARS MAGISTRATE Judge John E. Deming of
the Balboa Magistrate's Court, left, takes oath of office for another
four-year term. Swearing in Magistrate Deming; for his new term,
which began' Ottober 31, is his opposite, number on the Atlantic side,
Judge Charles A. Garcia of the Cristobali Magistrate's Court.


at the Rainbow City, Swimming:
Pool.
He will present the- trophy'
he' has donated for' the' win-
ner of the Governor's. Trophy'
Special 100;yard' freestyle,
event for boys. Mrs. Fleming,


Pacific Youth


Group Names


New Officers

The Pacific Youth Association,
held their annual election of of-
ficers on; October 291 Re-elected'
were Leslie Spencer, president,
and Gerard Welch; vice-president:
Johnny- Vaucher was appointed'
treasurer and' Sonia. Fulton, se'
cretary, with Dorothy Benny, al-
ternate secretary: Members of the'
board are William Benny, Noel
Farnsworth, Ted Melanson, Edith
Spencer, Grace Welch, Frank Wil-
der, Billy Lloyd, Paul Ficzeri, Ross
Anderson, William Bright, George
Walters, Yolanda Diaz, James Ful-
ton, Duane Rigby, and Mrs, W. E.
Dobson.
Also elected' to, the board, for
the first time; were four college
students who will act as liaison of-
ficers between the board' of di..
rectors and the Balboa Teen Club
Student Council They are Warren
Ashton, Pio Schultz; Pat Mahoney
and, Mary Ann Nita.


will accompany
Fleming.


Governor


Two. trophies, actually, will' be
presented by the Governor at this
swim; meet. The one' donated by,
him; will become the possession
of the winner of the feature 1001
yard' free-style' for boys 1J4A
through' 18 years. The other is
the' trophy, to' the' winning: town.
The first was presented by Can-
al Zone Governor William E. Pot-
ter ini 1957 and was won: year
after year by Rainbow City: When
this trophy began' to' show' a' bit
of wear, it, was. retired perma-
nently' for display in Rainbow,
City. High School and was re'
placed by a trophy presented' by,
Canal Zone Governor William A.
Carter who presented, it the first
time to Rainbow City: Governor
Fleming presented the trophy
last year, again to Rainbow City.
The outstanding student
swimmers of Rainbow City.
Santa Cruz, and Paraiso-PL-
dro Miguel will compete. The
meet is sponsored by the Con-
gress of Civic Councils of the
Canal Zone Latin American
communities in cooperation
with the Physical Education
Department of the- Canal
Zone Division of Schools.
Twenty trophies for first-place
winners and 40 medals for second
and third-place winners have
been donated by the Mutual of
Omaha Insurance Company for
presentation during the meet.


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A'WVMIILPS %P,17%F.


Girl Gridders


Play Today


In UF Game

The United Fund Palm Bowl
Game is looming in the very
near future, but be sure not t*.
overlook today's Balboa Highl
School United Fund Football
Game. Why is it so special?
Well. have you ever seen girls:
play tackle football? You will
today if you go to Balboa; Sta-
dium at 2:15 p.m.
Admission will be. 25 cents
for the female football game
complete with male cheerlea-
ders. The senior and freshmen
girls at BHS will clash with
the junior and sophomore girls:
in the "Game of the Century!"
Members of the BHS vai'sity
squad will act as cheerleaders:
for the event. All proceeds will'
go, to, the United Fund,
The, senior-freshman t e ami
will consists, of Paula Leftridge,;.
Linda, Fawcett, Kathy' Lavallbe;.
Charlene Hey; Paula, Craig;.
B' a r b a r a' Denny. Clair Mec-
Naught, Peggy Lane, Rene Sar-
gent, Sue Cotton, Kathy Hirt.,
Jaye Thompson, Jennifer Hor--
ner, Pearlene Jemmott.
Vivian Kosan, Jamie Vogel
Agnes Ptoback, Linda Park,
Jane. Wilson; Tanya SehlochI
Melena Bremer and Joanne
Hey.
The' juniors and sophomorves
teaming together are Marilp
Truitt, Carol McCue, Nancy
Fuller, Vicky McCoy. Jackiec
Lovelady; Sue Lessiack, Lettie.
Sparling, N an e y Bbnjiorni-.
Jane 'Wellingtoh, Esther Gun,
person, Li b'by Lane, Kathy
Sheridan; Pat Basham, Nancy
Barcello, Mary McFaddenL
Debbie Wilder, Candy Ander-
son, Barbara Hopkins, Bobby
DuVall, Irene Alexander, Jerry:
Campion, Jerry Hunt, Berna-
dette McNamee; Dobbie Berger,
Camille DeCamp, M a r j or i @
Cohen, Karen McLane and
Lana Nadeau.
Making up the latest addition
to the cheerleading group' of
BHS are Tom Whitley; Eddie
Smithwick, Jim Brady; John
Rathgeber, Jack Garavanta',
Dave .Albanese, Bob, Dessert,
Joe Hunt, Tim Corrigam, Steve
Cunningham, George Case; Ha-
rry Albaugh, Pete' Stevens, Joe
Bremer, Bill Keene' and! Mike
Morrow.


TENNIS CLASSES

START UESDAY

New classes for beginning
and: advanced tennis students
will start Tuesday' (November
12) at the' Diablo Heights Junior
High School tennis courts.
W: H. Hele, tennis instructor.
announced, the class for begia-
ners will' be held Tuesdays, and
Friday from 7:30; to) 8'30! p:im
and classes for advanced' stu-
dents Tuesday and Friday from
8:30' to: 10! pim:
Students must be' 12 years. of
age or more' and` are' required
to, wear tennis shoes. and: proper
tennis. attire; such, as shorts
and, shirt or shorts and: blouse.
when reporting for classes,
Students having: their own
rackets are encouraged to. bring
them. There are' steel tennis
rackets available for those who
do' not have rackets. Tennis
balls will, be furnished by Mr.
Hele.
Students wishing to take ad-
vantage of this free tennis ins-
truction. may call Mr. Hele aA
his home 2-3196 after 6' p.m. in
order to' register.


Palm Bowl


Game Set


For Nov. ?7









Page FOUR


SPILL WA Y


November 8, 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOrLIGHTr

TWO CENTRAL OFFICE REPAIRMEN employed by the Communications Branch recently completed a
special course of study in the function, operation, testing and maintenance of automatic dial telephone
exchanges. The class of which they were members included trainees from all parts of the United
States. It was conducted in the training school of the Automatic Electric Company one of the world's
leading manufacturers of telephone equipment. Their factory and technical center are at North-
lake, III., a suburb of Chicago.


i EDWARD B. PARKER, central of-
I fice telephone repairman assigned
In Cristobal has eight years' ser-
vice with the Canal. He was re-
S, cruited in San Antonio, Texas,

work for the Air Force, following
earlier service with the Navy on
the Zone. "And I can't say I wasn't
glad to get back," Parker says
of his return to Panama, where
he and his wife and their five
; teen agers enjoy picnics, swim-
ming, water skiing and square
Dancing. The oldest daughter,
Sandra, is in Temple Junior Col-
lege in Texas this year. Barry
and Dean, Ann and Catherine are
Nt al in Cristobal High School, a
.. short distance from their Coco
Solo home. Parker says he "learn-
i'e. ed a lot" in Chicago.


JAMES W. SHOBE of Gatun, a
central office repairman working
out of Cristobal, was born in An-
con. He grew up in Gamboa, and
after graduation from Balboa
High School took an apprentice-
ship in telephone work and also
in teletypes. He has been with
the Canal 12 years. Of his recent
training in Chicago, he said: "It
was very, very enlightening. We
took some new types of tests, and
I encountered a lot of things I
never knew existed. The class
studied for five weeks, and for
my part it could have gome on
lpother five or 10." Shobe mar-
ried a Canal Zone girl, the former
Noralle Roach. Their children
Stephen, John and Clover range
from 10 down to six. The family
enjoys boating, fishing and water-
skiing; and Shobe himself likes to
hunt, especially for deer and pig.


NORTH AMERICAN MEMBERS of the Association of Graduate Librarians of the Isthmus of Pan-
ama entertained Panamanian members at Tivoli Guest House on October 30 at a buffet honoring
the celebration of the Independence Day of Panama. Some 30 librarians joined in singing national
anthems and folk songs. Shown left to right are Mrs. Olivia de Fierro, sub-director of the Univer-
sity of Panama library; Mrs. Catherine Brown, branch coordinator of the Canal Zone Libraries; Mrs.
Evelyn Branstetter, Command Librarian, U.S. Air Force Southern Command; Joseph Kane, Li-
brarian at the Canal Zone College; Miss Ana Maria Jaen, Director of the National Library of Pan-
ama and also president of the association; and Miss Marion Mauer, Staff Librarian, U.S. Army
Southern Command.


COMING


November 7, 8 and 9 Joan of
Lorraine at Balboa High School
auditorium. Curtain 8 p.m.
November 8-16-Paintings by
Women Artists of the Isth-
mus, at Little Gallery, Tivoli
Guest House, in observance
of American Art Week.
November 9-Explorer Scout
O m i c a. Albrook AFB,


through Novemi
November 9-C.Z
Council, "C h a
House," all d
Program, 7 'to
November 9-A n
American Swim
bow City Pool,
present trophy.
a.m.


EVENTS *
ber 11. November 12-16-C.Z. College
.Girl Scout Drama Group presents come-
g r e s Open dy "Little Mary Sunshine,"
ay. Campfire C.Z. Auditorium, Tickets $1,
9 p.m. Runs through November 16.
n u a Latin November 15-Annual United
n Meet, Rain- Fund Telethon, Balboa Thea-
Governor to ter, 5 to 11 p.m., also broad-
Starts 10:30 cast over SCN-TV. Valuable
prizes will be auctioned.


U.S. Civic


Councils


Elected

Civic Council elections were
held Tuesday in the United
States Communities of the Ca-
nal Zone. Balloting was con-
ducted on the same day that
elections w e re held in the
United States.
Balloting ended yesterday in
the Latin American communi-
ties, and the results announced
by Civic Councils there will be
reported in next week's Spill-
way.
U.S. Council members elected
this week or held over in of-
fice are:
PACIFIC CIVIC COUNCIL
Diablo Heights: Principals for
2-year term-C. R. Vosburgh,
Richard Daniel, Frank Ander-
son; alternates for 1-year term
-J. Anderson, Robert Boyd,
James Elliott.
Ancon-Balboa Heights: Prin-
cipals for 2-year term: J.
Chase, Mrs. Thelma Louande,
Mrs. Joyce Baird; alternates
for 1-year term-Glen Winberg,
Eddie Jone s, Mrs. Maurine
Jenks.
Balboa: Principals for 2-year
term: "Samuel Roe, Jr., David
Raymond, Howard Buehler;
alternates for one-year term-
Mrs. Leah Barkowitz, M. Huff,
Daniel Harned.
Los Rios: Principals for 2-
year term: Arthur Payne, Carl
Widell, Mrs. Darlene Ashby;
alternates for oneyear term--
Mrs. Sarah Rowley, Mrs.
Arthur Blystone, Leon Shar-
pensteen.
Hold-over members: J. W. D.
Collins and 'Richard Chesson
(Diablo Heights); Rufus Love-
lady, Arthur Hobeck and Wil-
liam Farrell (Ancon Balboa
Heights); Edward Coyle, Fred
Wells and Joseph Dolan (Bal-
boa); Leo Krziza, Robert
Blades and Adrian Bouche, fr.,
(Los Rios).

MARGARITA CIVIC COUNCIL
Principals for 3-year term:
Joseph Hickey, Dr. Frank Rief-
kohl, Earl Wrenn, Mrs. Doris
Sanders, R. F. Huldquist, Mrs.
James Huldquist, -Mrs. Fred
Wertz, Tom Sellers, Mrs. Ber-
tha Brown.
Alternates for 1-year term:
Capt. Walter Rheinheimer, Mrs.
Walter Rheinheimer, F. S. Ir-
vin, Jr., Henry Lee, Jr., James
O. Norman, Mrs. E. F. Dowler,
David Will.
Hold-over members: W. R.
Byrd, Mrs. Grace Irving, Dr.
Ronald Moore, Mrs. Genevieve
Field, Mrs. Anne Rheney (until
1964); A. B. Cooper, Norman
Demers, E. O. Hundquist, Mrs.
W. G. McBride, R. R. Will,
Mrs. Constance Vegen, Mrs.
Louise Griffon, O. E. Jorstad
and Louis Palmer (until 1965).
COCO SOLO CIVIC COUNCIL
Principals: Paul Beck, Henry
Heppenheimer, Mrs. Betty Hep-
penheimer, Mrs. Evlyn Brandt,
Dr. Dale Snow, Mrs. Jane
Frost, Mrs. Esther Bell, Mrs.
Ann Egle, A. J. C. Egle, C. W.
Caudill, John Meeker, Robert
Shipman.
Alternates: Mrs. Frances
Brown, Joe Fruth, Wendell
Bosley, Merrick Banks, Mrs.
Geraldine Meeker, E. T. Paine,
John Mason, Donald Hounchell,
Mrs. Dorothy Vantine.
Hold-over members: Charles
Judge, Vincent R i d ge, Carl
Maedl, Peter Foster, Mrs. Lor-
raine Currier, Mrs. Beverley'
Baker, Arthur Burnstein, Mrs.
Evelyn Hixon, William Fitzim-
mons, Mrs. Julia Daniel, Wil-
liam Kountz, Mrs. Inga Wal-
lace.
GATUN CIVIC COUNCIL
Principals for two-year term:
Mrs. Josephine Johnson, Mrs.
Mary Coffey, Mrs. Beatrice
Bedwell, Mrs. Ann Damiani,
Mrs. Andrew Metzger, George
Mitchell, George Babinecz, Mrs.
Noralie Shobe, Mrs. Gladys
Lasher, Clarence Payne.
Alternates for 1-year term:
Joseph Schack, Mrs. Jeanette
McDonald Mrs. Ruby Holtz-
claw, George VinaL


SCN-TV



SCHEDULE


SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-Christophers
4:30-60 Hours To The
Moon
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-Miss America
Pageant
10:30-Whats My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: U.S. Steel
Hour

MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Magic 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 "He
Found A Star"
10:30--Price Is Right
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen

TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-First Edition
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 Theater -
"Return of Jesse
James"
10:30-Candid Camera
11:00--FINAL EDITION
10:15-lack Paar

WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Sharl 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 Coma
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Stump The Stars
9:30-Tonight
10:30-EBF Indians Of
Early America
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Andy Griffith

THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00--FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-Science in Action
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Bob Newhart
7:30-Hootenanny
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
S1:15-Tonight

FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Music
6:00-SCN News
6:30--Msic
7:00-Telethon

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Saturday Double
Feature "He
Found A Star" and
"Return' of Jesse
James"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Preview Theater
7:30-To Tell the Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Circle Theater
10:00--Fight of the Week
10:45-Air Force Story
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen


0







II de Noviembre


EL 15 DE NOV. SORTEARAN Doble Significado Tiene




TLACASDE NUMEROUS BAJOS El Dia de Los Veterans


LAS SOLICITUDES DE PLACAS de vehiculos para 1964 deberan
ser presentadas a la Secci6n de Licencias de la Zona del Canal
con anterioridad al 15 de los corrientes, si es que se desea par-
ticipar en el sorteo annual plblico que se verifica para el otorga-
miento de numeros bajos. El sorteo para places de autom6vil'es
y de motocicletas se iniciara el viernes 15 a las 9 de la mauiana
en la Secci6n de Licencias, edificio de Asuntos Civiles, en la an-
tigua terminal area de Albrook. Este es el primer afio en que
se verificar- un sorteo para n6meros bajos de places para moto-
cicletas; el citado sorteo precedera al de las places para auto-
m6viles.


Las aplicaciones para el re-
gistro de vehiculos de 1964 son
rosadas. Pueden ser obtenidas
con sobres con el nombre y di-
recci6n de uno en las estacio-
nes de gasoline de la Zona del
Canal, estaciones de policia, el
Examinador Policial de Con-
ductores en el edificio nfmero
1001, en Crist6bal, y en la Sec-
ci6n de Licencias, en el edifi-
cio de Asuntos Civiles en An-
e6n.
Las instrucciones para prepa-
rar el formulario aparecen en
la solicitud. Los aplicantes de-


ben estar seguros, antes de en-
viar las aplicaciones por co-
rreo, de que ambas parties de
la aplicaci6n estan lenas y fir-
madas, y que el actual regis-
tro es incluido con la cuota co-
rrecta. Si el registro no puede
suministrarse, deben agregarse
50 centavos al valor de la pla-
ca. El requisite de que el re-
gistro debe ser llevado en el
vehiculo no es torado en cuen-
ta durante el tiempo en que el
registro es renovado.
El valor de los registros es
de B/.5.00 p a r a autom6viles


particulares de pasajeros; B/.
2.00 para motocicletas y moto-
netas; B/.1.00 para remolques;
B/.16.00 para autobuses y ca-
miones comerciales y B/.5.00
para remolques comerciales.
En caso de deudas, el regis-
tro de 1964 continuard llevando
el nombre del acreedor hasta
que sea presentada una prueba
escrita a la Secci6n de Licen-
cias de que la deuda ha sido
cancelada.
El Certificado de Inspecci6n
en la parte superior de la apli-
caci6n sera Ilenado por las Es-
taciones Oficiales de Inspecci6n
durante la inspecci6n annual de
vehiculos a motor durante los
meses de enero y febrero.
Ninguna placa sera entrega-
da antes del primero de di-
ciembre, cuando se inicie li
venta de places en la Secci6n
de Licencias en Anc6n.
Los colors de las places de
1964 seran: n6meros negros en
fondo amarillo claro.


Doble signiitcado Tiene este ano el Dia de los veterans que
antiguamente se conmemoraba como Dia del Armisticio, y que
el Congress de los Estados Unidos ha dedicado ahora a la cause
de la Paz Mundial. Llamando la atenci6n public hacia ese do.
ble significado de la fecha -11 de noviembre- el Gobernador
de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., ha extendido cor-
dial invitaci6n a todos los residents a que participen en los ac-
tos conmemorativos que se verificaran el lunes entrante.
En uno de los Considerando de la Proclamaci6n hecha pw.
el President John F. Kennedy, se dice: "este dia tiene double
significado en el hecho de que nos da, a cada uno de nosotros,
la oportunidad de honrar a los consagrados hombres y muieres
de todas las razas y creencias religiosas que honorablemente han
prestado servicios en nuestras fuerzas armadas en tiempo de
guerra, y de hacer 6nfasis, nuevamente, en nuestra determina-
ci6n de lograr una paz mundial mediante paciencia, perseveran-
cia y valor. .."


Pelotones militares se sumaran
a las instituciones civicas de Pa-
nama y de la Zona del Canal pa-
ra las ceremonies tradicionales
que empezarAn el lunes a las 10
de la mafiana en Balboa, con un
desfile que, partiendo del nionu-
mento a Goethels, seguira por
varias calls hasta llegar a la en-
trada Norte del Estadio.
La Banda de la Fuerza Aerea y
guards de honor del Ej6rcito, la
Armada, la Fuerza A6rea y la In-
fanteria de Marina, ademas de
una guardia conjunta de abande-
rados, estarAn en la linea del
desfile.
Entre el equipo military que po-
dra ser visto habrA proyectiles
HAWK, del 4o. Batall6n del Pro-
yectiles, 517o. de Artilleria, Fuer-
te Clayton.
El Mayor General Jack N. Do-
noheu, Jefe de Estado Mayor del
Comando del Sur, encabezara los
pelotones civiles y militares, si-


gui6ndole organizaciones de ve-
teranos, la Guardia Nacional de
PanamA, entidades civiles y her-
mandades, boy scouts, ROTC y va-
rias bandas, inclusive la de los
Bomberos de PanamA.
Unos 100 jinetes de los clubes
de Equitaci6n de la Zona del Ca-
nal participarAn tambi6n, lucien-
do cada uno el color de su club.
A la cabeza irA F. S. Rudw-
sheim, sobre Generoso, su fina-
sangre Andaluz, sigui6ndole ji-
netes de Fuerte Kobbe, Albrook
y Fuerte Clayton.
Altos Dignatarios de Panama
y de la Zona del Canal, Jefes de
Misiones Diplomnticas y del Co-
mando Sur de Estados Unidos,
compartiran la tarima principal
de la. Revista Militar con 33 re-
presentantes militares de otras
naciones Latino-Americanas quie-
neS toman cursos de adiestra-
miento en la Escuela Latino-Ame.
.ricana de la Base ABrea de Al.
brook.


4 SE INICIA EL DOMINGO


.... K.., '
ALUMNOS DE LA ESCUELA Primaria de Santa Cruz, forman una piramide para cerrar el cua-
dro de la tabla gimnbstica que bajo la direcci6n del professor Alberto Abrego, se present el vier-
nes pasado en el gimnasio del planted, durante el acto Ilevado a cabo en conmemoraci6n al aniver-
sario de independencia de Panama.


*SEMANAI

JUVENI

del LIBRO
Del domingo 10 al sabado 16
de los corrientes se observara
la traditional Semana Jufenil
del Libro, que se implant en
el afio de 1919 y viene siendo
celebrada desde entonces, aiio
con afio.
El prop6sito de estos siete
dias, dedicados a propiciar el
hAbito de la lecture en la gen-
te moza, es el de implantar en
sus mentes la necesidad de leer
libros que propendan a aumen-
tar sus horizontes mentales y
ofrescan mAs s6lida base cul-
tural a las generaciones que se
levantan.
Las bibliotecas de la Zona del
Canal montaran exhibiciones
alusivas a la ocasi6n, en las
que se destacaran afiches y
cartelones relacionados con la
Semana Juvenil de Libro. Pre-
valece el empeiio de poner un
6nfasis especial en el prop6sito
de que la campaiia pro-libro se
inicie desde la edad infantil.
Padres de familiar y maestros
sin duda prestaran su valioso
aporte a esta celebraci6n de
de la palabra escrita ofrece
mensaje a las mentes en
agraz.
MAGISTRADO TOMA JURAMEN-
TO A MAGISTRADO: conforme a
grifica que aparece en nuestra
edici6n en ingl4s el Juez John E.
Deming, de la Corte de Balboa,
prest6 juramento del cargo el 31
de Octubre para un nuevo pe-
riodo adicional de 4 afios, ante so
colega el Juez Charles A. Garcia,
de Ia Corte de CritObaki


El Viernes Entrante



Sera El "Teleth6n"!
A las 7 de la noche del viernes 15 de los corrientes se ve-
rificara en el Teatro de Balboa el anunciado telethon en bene-
ficio del Fondo Unido.
Dwight van Evera, quien esta a cargo de los articulos que
se remataran, informa que tiene "un par de miles de d6lares"
en teteras de plata, mbquinas lavadoras, motors fuera de bor-
da, televisores, muebles de caoba y de teca, trusas de bafio,
relojes, bolas de boliche, porcelana, maquinas de coser abani-
cos el6ctricos y discos de Lucho Azcirraga ya listos.
Tambi6n tiene disponibles como $300 en alimentos conge-
lados y cerveza, donados por un contribuyente al Fondo Unido
de la Zona del Canal.
Todos los articulos seran rematados durante el Teleth6n
del pr6ximo viernes que tambi6n ofrecera un especticulo de
variedades para deleite de la concurrencia.
Este esperado event seguiri a la Noche Musical presen-
tada por la Fuerza A6rea de Albrook en el Teatro de Balboa
el martes pasado con enorme exito de taquilla, que se calcula
redundarS en unos mil d6lares netos para el Fondo Unido.
Por otro lado, atn contin6an Ilegando sobres que contienen
la contribuci6n de funcionarios que antes no habian podido
remitirla. Se estima que, el Canal de Panama ha suscrito ya el
95% de su cuota de $74,800.00.



S El Camel de Panaonb





PILLWAY


VOL. IU ..1


VIERNES. Noviwnbr*S. 1963


SEMANA DE
El Gobernador Robert J. Fle-
ming, Jr., ha hecho un llamado
a toda la comunidad para que
presten su apoyo a las activida-
des que han de desarrollarse du-
rante la Semana Americana de la
Educaci6a, que se inicia el do-
mingo conforme a Proclamaci6nr
del Presidente Kennedy.
Los actos culminarAn con el
Dia de Recibo en las escuelas de
la Zona del Canal que tendrA
efecto el mi6rcoles 13, para las
escuelas Sscundarias, y el jueves
14 para las primaries.
Durante el period fijado se
hara 6nfasis en la educaci6n uni-
versal y el concept de libertad
academcia, el propiciamiento de
la paz y entendimiento entire pue-


EDUCATION
blos y razas y extender los hori-
zontes del conocimiento human.
Vale observer que un nuevo
hito se logr6 este afio lectivo
cuando las matriculas en las es-
cuelas estadounidenses Ilegaron a
10,301, o sea 1,125 mAs estudian.
tes que el aiio precedent, lo que
hizo necesario contratar 55 maes-
tros adicionales.
La apertura de la nueva Sede
de la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal en La Boca fue otra con-
quista de la educaci6n en estos
rumbos.
Cabria igualmente sefialar que
el 74% de los egresados de se-
cundaria en Balboa y Crist6bal in-
gresaron a universidades para
continuar sus studios.


DOS PARVULOS del kindergarten de la Escuela de Santa Cruz,
demuestran su habilidad bailando el traditional tamborito pana-
mefio, durante el acto cultural Ilevado a cabo el viernes iltimo
en el Gimnasio de la Escuela de Santa Cruz, con motive de la
celebraci6n del 609 aniversario de la independencia de Ia Repu-
blica de Panama. Ella luce su bonita pollera, mientras a nllno
tiene la traditional camisilla y el sombrero montuno.











AGASAJAN A BIBLIOTECARIOS Quien Serd Reina del Campus?


PANAMENOS SUS COLEGAS
Los miembros de la Asocia- mos a la sefiora Olivia de Fle-
ci6n de Bibliotecarios Gradua- rro, sub-directora de la biblio-
dos en Norteambrica, Capitulo teca de la Universidad de Pa.-
del Istmo de Panama, agasaja- nami; Mrs. Catherine Brown,
ron a sus socios panameios en Coordinadora de Bibliotecas de
la Casa de Hudspedes Tivoli la Zona del Canal; Mrs. Evelyn
con un buffet el mi6rcoles 30 Branstetter, bibliotecaria de la
de octubre con ocasi6n de las Fuerza Adrea, Comando del
fiestas patrias de Panama que Sur; Joseph Kane, biblioteca-
se observan en el mes de no- rio de la Universidad de la Zo-
viembre. na del Canal; sefiorita Ana Ma-
Unos 30 bibliotecarios ento- ria Ja6n, Directora de la Bi-
naron tanto el Himno Nacional blioteca Nacional de Panama y
de PanamA, cuanto canciones president de la Asociaci6n y a
tipicas panamefas. a sefiorita Marion Mauer. bi-
En la grafica que aparece biotecaria del Comando Sur del
en nuestra secci6n inglesa, ve- ejdrcito de 1os EstadoS Unidos.


JOANDE LORRAINE:


Un Exito Rotundo!

Esta noche y maiiana en la noche a las ocho continuaran las
presentaciones de la pieza teatral JOAN DE LORRAINE que se
estren6 anoche en el auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria de Bal-
boa, ante una nutrida y entusiasta concurrencia.
Los noveles actors y actrices desempefiaron sus respectivos
papeles a satisfacci6n de los espectadores, conforme quedara
comprobado por los repetidos aplausos conque fueran premiados
por su actuaci6n.
En el drama de Maxwell Anderson Itevaron roles estelares:
Joanne Clarizio, William Singeton, James Bay, Jim Cuet, Jon
Swain y Lynn Baquie.
Jim Plata jug6 dos papeles, el de D'Estivet y el de DeCour-
celles; actuaron igualmente Betty Lindo, Anthony White, Mike
Brasswell, Dan Aleman, Lerlene Hayden, Fred Weade, Nancy
Tinkler, Richard Cressy, Terri Lockhart y Roberta Evans.
Esta noche tocarA a Lynn Baquie desempefiar el papel de
Juana que anoche representara Joanne Clarizio, quien volveri al
tabiado maiiana otra vez.
Louis Adams; Richard Cress y Bunnie Rudysheim manejaron
las luces, mientras que Mark Saunders, Linda Donley, Dianne
Zerr, Joan Widdecke, Larlene Hayden, y Lancey Saunders se en-
cargaron de las tramoyas.


* i,'' '4 'C





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BEVERLY SOBERS


GLORIA IGLESIAS


CHRISTINA BOWEN


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MYRNA INNIS


GLORIA BRANDFORD


MARCIA COCKBURN


ESTAS SON LAS SEIS CANDIDATAS, que se disputan el reinado estudiantil de 1963
de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City. La ganadora sera coronada en un acto ofi-
cial el 14 de diciembre pr6ximo antes del traditional "Prom." En el primer escrutinio
aventaj6 la sefiorita Beverly Sobers con 2.125 votos, seguida por Gloria Iglesias con
1.051 y Christina Bowen con 1.005. El segundo escrutinio se llevara a cabo hoy y el
tercero y filtimo, el 22 de noviembre en un baile con el reputado Combo de Willie More.


TORRE DE BABEL EN LA SALA AUN NO ES TARDE PARA


C-10 DEL HOSPITAL GORGAS TOMAR LA VACUNA ORAL


La Sala C-10, que es la sala de hombres del Hospital Gorgas, sonaba como una repetici6n de la situa-
ei6n durante la construcci6n de la biblica Torre de Babel. Con un poco menos de treinta pacientes hos-
pitalizados recientemente, fue necesario para los m dicos, enfermeras, practicantes y ayudantes de intdr-
pretes en la Sala 10 hablar chino, finlandds, griego, japonds, espafiol, aleman y frances ademas de
inglds.
Uno de los pacientes, Andr4 Mouton, tenia una libreta y realize los "recorridos" escribiendo come se
,pronunciaba lo que escuchaba.
Cuando l1 indicaba (en uno de los vatios idiomas que habla) que le gustaria que el paciente contara
de uno a diez, es asi como dice el que le sonaba:


Idloma
Ingl6s
Chino
Finlandds
Griego
Japonds
AlemAn
Francs
Espafiol
Idioma
Ingles
Chino
'Finlandds
Griego
Japonds
Aleman
Frances


I
one
yat
ux-see
enna
itchy
eins
uno
une
6
six
lo
cosy
x-e
roku
sex
sies


2
two
e
coae
the-o
;knee
zwei
deux
dos
7
seven
chat
setsaman
epta
schee
seebn
sept
Qic


3
three
sam
came
tree-a
sang
dry
trois
tres

eight
pot
ka-dexum
octo
hatchee .
acht
huite
Acho


4
four
se
nellia
ter-sera
shee
fear
quatre
cuatro
9
nine
cow
uh-dexum
e-nea
coo
norn
neuf
T^HQ\TQ


5
five
um
vaisy
pan-de
go
funnf
cinq
cince
10
ten
sup
kumenen
deca
jew
seine


Las personas que no hubiesen
recibido su tercera dosis (de re-
fuerzo de la vacuna oral Sabin,
podrian hacerlo ahora acudiendo
para ello a su Centro Comunal
de Salubridad. Quienes no se hu-
biesen aprovechado de la distribu-
ci6n de vacunas que se hizo du-
rante la pasada primavera, po-
drian empezar el tratamiento de
una vez.
La vacnna se toma oralmente
en un terr6n de azicar. Para te-
ner protecci6n complete se re-
quieren 3 dosis de esta vacuna
oral. El tratamiento es aconse-
jable tanto para los niios cuanto
para los adults y deben de to-
marlo todos los miembros de una
familiar, para evitar que uno lle-
ve el contagio.
Una persona contagiosa puede
ser individuo sano, pero capaz de
transmitir la dolencia a persona
que no estuviese inmunizada por
la vacuna.
Aquellos que padeciesen de


fiebres sintomiticas de la influen-
za, o sufrieren transtornos este-
macales, deben aguardar al me-
nos una semana despubs de haber-
se restablecido antes de tomar
lavacuna oral. Teniendo aim en
el organismo la infecci6n del mal,
no podria aprovechar debidamen-
te la vacuna para inmunizarse en
la debida forma.
Los Centros Comunales de Salu-
bridad en Balboa, Paraiso y Rain..
bow City funcionan de 8:30 a
11:30 de la mariana y de una a
4:30 de la tarde. Los de Marga
ta, Coco Solo y Gatdn, solo
1 a 4:30 de la tarde. P
Todos los Centros Comunales de
Salubridad abren de lunes a vier-
nes. except en dias feriados.
Si tuviere usted algin reparo
con relaci6n a la inmunizaci6n
contra el polio u otras enfermre-
dades, haga el favor de llamar a
su Centre Comunal de Salubridad
o acuda alli y hable con la Enfer-
mera.


Espaiol seis ses oc. oy DanO
-Mouton admiti6 que no estaba deletreado correctamente, "pero", dijo l1, "utilic6 la pronunciaci6n De1n I luca Ganan e l
en ingl6s de las palabras y observe los ojos de los hombres encenderse como Arboles de Navidad". 1 IU II l v UI
Varies de los pacientes pensaron que ustedes, los lectores, estarian interesados en ura pequefia par-
te del trabajo que confront "la dedicada gente que trabaja en el Hospital Gorgas. Ellos tambidn curan al i Boli
Lugar en Mundial de Boliche


DILUVIO DE 219 SUGESTIONES *


POR UNA (
El poder de la prensa y, es.
pecificamente, el del REVIEW
del Canal de Panama, qued6
plenamente comprobado el pa-
sado mes cuando se di6 desplie-
gue especial a los Premios por
Incentiva tanto en las pAginas
centrales de la edici6n inglesa
cuanto a su gemela en caste-
lano.
En cada ejemplar de la re-
vista se incluy6 un formulario
ide los empleados en formula
.sugestiones y el resultado fue
un verdadero diluvio de 219 su-
gerencias recibidas durante el
mes de octubre. (La cifra su-
,pera en 190 las recibidas en ese
vmes el afio pasado). Por s6lo
14 -pliegos mas no se formula-
ton en octubre, como conse-
tuencia de la publicidad dada


:RONICA DEL "REVIEW"


al program, igual ndmero de
sugestiones al hecho durante
los primeros seis meses del
afio fiscal de 1963.
Las sugerencias formuladas
estAn siendo avaluadas y ya se
ha decidido otorgar premios
por algunas de elas; sin em-
bargo muchas son repeticiones
de otras ya hechas anterior-
mente por otras personas, se-
g(n declarara James G. E.
Maguire, Secretario del Comi-
te de Premios por Incentiva.
Las que mayor m6rito hacen
son aquellas sugerencias que
redunden en economies subs-
tanciosas y se ruega a los em-
pleados a meditar sobre ello.
No por consagrado por el
tiempo y el uso queda un mA-
todo o procedimiento fueran del


palio de posibles mejoramien-
tos y si se le ocurriere a al-
guien una forma de hacerlo
mas barato, pues adelante con
su sugesti6n, que a lo mejor le
rinde un premio en efectivo.
La Direcci6n de Marina fue
de donde procedieron la mayor
part de las sugerencias reci-
bidas durante el mes de octu-
bre: 48; de la de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n se recibieron 39 y
de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, 29.
De empleados la Direcci6n de
Transportes y Terminales se
recibieron 27 sugestiones y 21
de Asuntos Civiles, en tanto
que Salubridad produjo 20 y la
Contraloria solo 12.
El remanente origin en etras
dependencias.


Dos Dolicneros panamenos lien conociuos en las
canchas de la Zona del Canal, firializaron en el octavo
lugar en la competencia de doubles en el torneo mun-
dial de bolos que se esta celebrando en Cuernavaca,
Mexico.
Ellos son Humberto de Luca y Jos6 "Pepe" Da-
mian, que hicieron un total de 2204. Esta competen-
cia fue ganada por el equipo de Finlandia, seguidos
por dos de Mexico, uno de Estados Unidos, y otros
de Venezuela, Gran Bretafia y Suecia. Por debajo
de la pareja panamefia formada por De Luca-Damian,
terminaron veinte otros equipos.
La puntuaci6n del equipo ganador fue de 2,36
En cuanto a las competencias femeninas, Tera
de Burrell finaliz6 en vig6simo tercer lugar con 886,
Noris Arias en vig6simo s6ptimo con 850 y Terry de
Alvarado trig6sima segunda con 749.
La ganadora fue Graciela Aguirre, de Mexico,
con 1,109.
*r


Nloviembre 8 de 1963


I


T4gina DOS


S P I L L W A








November 8 do 196 3 S P I I I WA Y gins TRES


d'L


TROFEO


DEL


GOBERNADOR


DISPUTADO


El Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., hara
entrega al triunfador del trofeo por 61 donado para el ganador del even-
to de las 100 yards, estilo libre, que sera disputado mafiana durante el
Sexto Torneo Anual de Nataci6n Latinoamericano. La sefiora de Fleming
acompafiarA a su esposo a esas competencias que se inician a las 10:30
de la mariana en la piscina de Rainbow City. El Trofeo Especial del Go-
bernador es disputado entire muchachos de 14 a 18 afios de las comuni-
dades latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.
El Gobernador Fleming, Jr., ha aceptado la invitaci6n del Presidente
del Consejo Civico de Rainbow City, Wilfred E. Barrow, para asistir al
Sexto Torneo que se celebrari el sibado 9 de noviembre a las 10:30 a.m.
en la piscina de Rainbow City.
Dos trofeos serAn entregados por el Gobernador Fleming en este
torneo de nataci6n. Uno, donado por el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal,
quedara en posesi6n del ganador de la prueba principal de 100 yards
estilo libre para muchachos de 14 a 18 afios de edad. El otro es el tro-
leo para la comunidad ganadora. El primero fue entregado por el Go-


MANANA


bernador de la Zona del Canal, William E. Potter en 1957 y ha sido ga-
nado desde entonces por Rainbow City. Cuando este trofeo comenz6 a
lucir un poco gastado, fue retirado permanentemente para ser exhibido
en la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City y fue reemplazado por un
trofeo donado per el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, William A. Carter,
quien lo entreg6 por primera vez a Rainbow City. El Gobernador Fle-
ming entreg6 el trofeo el afio pasado, nuevamente a Rainbow City.
Los mis destacados estudiantes nadadores de Rainbow City, Santa
Cruz y Paraiso-Pedro Miguel competirAn en el torneo. Esta competencia
es patrocinada por el Congreso de Consejos Civicos de las comunidades
Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal en cooperaci6n con el Departa-
mento de Educaci6n Fisica de la Divisi6n de Escuelas de la Zona del
Canal.
Veinte trofeos para los ocupantes de los primeros puestos y 40 me-
dallas para los segundos y terceros lugares han sido donados por la Mu-
tual of Omaha Insurance Company para ser entregados durante el to-r
neo.


Tamnbin En Londres Veran

Como Pelean Los Panamenos
El ex-campe6n de boxeo de peso ligero del Istmo, Ro-
dolfo "Tito" Marshall se enfrentara el 25 de este mes en
Londres at campe6n britanico de la division Dave Charnley,
en un combat sefialado a diez asaltos.
Marshall se encuentra actualmente clasificado en el sex-
to lugar entire los pesos junior welter por la Asociaci6n Mun-
dial de Boxeo.
El p6gil istmefo se encuentra radicado en los Estados
Unidos desde hace varies meses, por lo cual abandon el
titulo que ostentaba.


"PARIS BIEN VALE UN REY"

piensa Laguna al viajar alia

para enfrentarse a Rafiu King


Despuis de permanecer
cuatro dias en Nueva York,
siguieron el mi6rcoles ha-
"cia Paris, Francia, el pri-
mer peso pluma del mundo
Ismael Laguna, su apodera-
do Isaac Kresch y su entre-
nader Ram6n "Curro" Dos-
man.
Laguna se enfrentara en
la capital francesa al p6gil
nigeriano Rafiu King en un
combat pactado a diez
saltos, con peso miximo
e 128 libras. King esta cla-
sificado ahora en cuarto lu-
gar de la division por la
Asociaci6n Mundial de Bo-
xeo y perdi6 dos veces en
form estrecha con el ac-
tual campe6n mundial de
las 126 libras, el cubano UI-
timinio "Sugar" Ramos.


El boxeador colonense de-
clar6 en Nueva York que
da por descontada su victo-
ria sobre el nigeriano el dia
16 y que luego pedira el
combat per el titulo mun-
dial con Ramos, en caso de
que 6ste continue hacienda
el peso de la division, cosa
que le esta hacienda bas-
tante dificit ultimamente.
E: trio de panameios par-
ti6 de aqui en la madruga-
da del sabado pasado y un
buen grupo de aficionados
acudi6 al aeropuerto a des-
pedirlos.
Una estaci6n de radio lo-
cal esta hacienda los arre-
glos para transmitir la pe-
lea del 18 de noviembre
desde Paris.


GRANDES LIGAS" DE E.U.A.


EN LA PROFESSIONAL LOCAL
Se iniciaron ya los entrenamientos de los peloteros profesionales que intervendran
en el pr6ximo campeonato de beisbol que debera comenzar el mi6rcoles 27 de este mes,
en el Estadio Olimpico de la ciudad de Panama.
El primer equipo en practicar fue el denominado "Los Novatos", que tiene en sus
lines peloteros de la talla de Gonzalito Garrido, de los Gigantes de San Francisco; Ri,
card Quiz6z, de los Filis de Filadelfia; Ivan Murrell, de los Colts de Houston y Ruperto
Toppin, de los Atl6tictos de Kansas City.
Los otros equipos que competiran en la just venidera serin, probablemente, Ce-
mento Panama, Zona Libre de Col6n y Cerveceria Nacional.
Los directors de la Liga Profesional de Beisbol de Panama, encabezados per su pre*
sidente, diputado Abraham Pretto, estan trabajando Brduamente para lfevar a cabo el
pr6ximo campeonato de la pelota rentada panamefia.


Cronistas _

Deportivos

Jugarin

Los cronistas deportivos de
Panama y Col6n, volveran a
enfrentarse en partido de soft-
ball el domingo a las nueve de
la mafiana en el euadro de San-
ta Rita en Ja ciudad de Pana-
ma.
Los chicos de la prensa de-
portiva de este lade del Canal
ganaron el primer partido por
echo carreras a cuatro, y los
del sector Atlantico van ahora
por el desquite.


Campeonatos Aficionados


Esta Noche en El Maraf06n


El segundo program ,del
campeonato de novatos sera
presentado esta noche en el
Gimnasio del Marafi6n, en la
ciudad de Panama, por la Liga
Distritorial de Boxeo Aficiona-
do de la capital.
En la cartilla de hoy, que
costa de cinco encuentros, ha-
ran su estrene dos pugilistas de
Las Tablas, Provincia de Los
Santos. Ellos son el peso mos-
ca Dimas Ja6n y el peso plu-
ma Luis Garcia.
El program complete es el
siguiente:


Victor Goodin vs.
Adolfo Henry
112 libras.
Efrain Rujano vs.
Dimas Jaen
112 libras.
Oscar Knight vs.
Oscar Macia
119 libras.
RIctor Mufioz vs.
Omar VelAsquez
126 libras.
Carlos Cumberbatch vs.
Luis Garcia
126 libras.


nvicto Gan Santa C Santamaria Iria a Managua

Para Pelear Con Camne60


Campeonato De Baloncesto

El quintet de la Escuela Secundaria de Santa Cruz gan6 en forma invicta el cam-
peonato intercolegial de baloncesto masculine, al imponerse el minrcoles a Paraiso
con anotacicn de 42 por 16, en partido celebrado en el Gimnasio de Paraiso. Los triun-
fafadores lograron cuatro victorias sin derrota alguna en el torneo.
En el partido femenino en el cual se disputaba el subcampeonato intercolegial,
Santa Cruz derrot6 a Paraiso por 20 a 16 para quedar en el segundo lugar. Esta ca-
tegoria fue ganada por la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City.


ONCE ANOS TIENE CLUB de JARDINES


El Club de Jardineria "Ever-
men" (Siempreverde) de la
a pacifica, ajust6 once afios
domingo pasado, siendo la
ocasi6n celebrada con un ban-
quete en el Sal6n de los Hele-
chos de la Casa de Hubspedes
Tivoli.
En conmemoraci6n de la fe-
eha llev6 la palabra la sefiora
Louise Sealy quien habl6 sobre
la "Naturaleza".
Para conmemorar el onceno
aniversario de su fundaci6n, el
Club de Jardineria Evergreen
"tizo obsequio de potes y plan-


tas al recidn abierto invernade-
ro de Pedro Miguel. A los asi-
lados del Asilo Bolivar, de Pa-
namA, la organizaci6n les envi6
regalos de golosinas, bebidas
resfrescantes y otros articulos.
Entre las variadas activida-
des futures del club estA el bai-
le de las debutantes, que se
realizarf el sAbado 30 de no-
viembre en la escuela secunda-
ria de Paraiso.
La Comisi6n de Becas de las
Comunidades Latinoamericanas
se beneficiary con las ganan-


cias que se obtuvieren en ese
gran bailey.
VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1.246
Esclusas de Gat6n .... 208
Las Cruces,
5 viajes ........... 545
Reina Manuelita,
1 viaie .............. 25
3 barcos de pasajeros 2.150
GRAN TOTAL: ...... 4.174


Es muy probable que el cam
pe6n peso ligero del Istmo, Es-
teban Santamaria, viaje en el
transcurso de este mes a Ma-
nagua, Nicaragua, para cele-
brar un encuentro de boxeo en
la capital nicaragiiense.
Santamaria ha recibido ofer
tas del promoter de boxeo Eve-
iho Areas Mendoza, para en-
frentarse el 30 de este mes al
vencedor del combat que sos-
tendran mafiana por la noche


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el campe6n ligero de Nicara-
gua, Julio Blanco y el hondure-
no Evaristo Ramos a un limi-
te de diez asaltos.
La oferta a Santamaria e's de
$500 y dos pasajes de ida y
vuelta. El campe6n seria acom-
pafiado de su entrenador Juan
Diaz II, ex-pugilista colonense
retirado hace ya varies arios
quien se dedica ahora a entre-
nar boxeadores.


MAL RATO DIO RATON

MOJICA A M. MORENO


Retorn6 al Istmo el pdgil pa-
namefio del peso mosca Ma-
nuel Moreno. primer retador a
la corona national de la divi-
si6n, despues del encuentro que
sostuvo el sabado pasado en
Managua, Nicaragua. frente al
campe6n nicaragiiense de la di-
visi6n, el "Rat6n" Mojica.
Moreno fue vencido amplia-
mente por decision en este corn-
bate a diez asaltos, en el cual


fue derribado en la cuarta vuel-
ta, reaccionando notablemente
en la quinta, para adjudicarse
su uinico asalto del combat.
El panamehio estuvo tres ve-
ces al borde del nocaut, pero
su rapidez lo salv6 de la po-
derosa pegada del campe6n ni-
ca, que ahora se mediri el 16
de este mes al campe6n vene-
zolano Ram6n Arias, a on IU-
mite de diez asaltos


SERA


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Noviembre 8 de 1963


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Noviembre 8 de 1963


SPILLWAY


PAgina CUATRO


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CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas quo hicieron
historic
S 32:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Tarde' de Toros
S 2:00-Cine en su Casa
3:30-Teletealro
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30-litazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos
Contestan
10:30-Teleleatro
LUNES
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 de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supersdnico
S:00-Ajedres Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opinion
10:00--Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnoval 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 de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
S 6:00--Popeye
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biografia
8:00-Fred Astaire
Present
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartonen
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 de la Muler
5:45-Fieilt de Estrellitas
8:00-Dibujos Animados
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Los rabajadores
9:30-Nick! Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30--Noficas
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avahces
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00--Mundo de la Muler
S 5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extrafio 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
12:30-Noticlas
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
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Ilombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
9:00-El Fabricante de
Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Noticis
10:15-Sala de Proyeccldn
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartons
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Avances
3:15--Roportaje*
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Flesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30--Notlcia
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
:00--Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
0:15--Teletoatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo par la Patria
10:30-Inspector Leclerc
:00-S6lvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazafas del Espacle
12:00-La Comodia 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 Vallentes
9:00-Encrucijada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Festival do Carrtones
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 on T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6mtcas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ley del Rev61ver
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 en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30--Titeres y C6micas
6:00-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-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cince
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Canciones
8:30-Lca Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
10:45--Pelicula
JUEVES
11:30-Festival de
Cartones
12:15-Revolver a la
Orden
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 Comicas
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-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 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
12:45-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 on T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador
Submarino
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspense
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Pelicula


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La Division de Escuelas
de la Zona del Canal esta
preparando una fiesta de
despedida en honor del Su-
perintendente de Escuelas,
Sigurd E. Esser, con moti-
vo de su pr6xima jubila-
ci6n.
El agasajo, que tendria
verificativo el viernres 29 de
los corrientes, se Ilevaria a
cabo en el Club de Oficia-
les de Fuerte Amador y to-
dos los amigos personales
del senior Esser y de su dig-
na esposa, pueden partici-
par.
Para reservaciones lha-
mar al tel6fono 33-11, du-
rante las horas hebiles, o al
Balboa 28-43, despubs de las
6 de la tarde.



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Mafiana sibado 9 de noviembre
ceiirA sobre sus cienes la Corona
de Reina de la Parroquia de Pa-
raiso su Graciosa Majestad Sheila
Primera.
Un nutrido public se reuniri
en el gimnasio para presenciar la
ceremonia de Coronaci6n para la
cual se ha preparado un movido
program.
Entre el estrepito de las from-
petas y tambores, la Reina Sheila
hara su Real entrada a las 10 de
la noche para dar inicio al punto
central del espectaculo.
Adornan su Corte las Princesas
Carmen, Marilyn y Marjorie, quie-
nes haran su entrada Real al Gim-
nasio de Paraiso escoltadas por
sus Principes y cortesanos.
La Real Orquesta de Willie Mo-
ro amenizarA el Acto de la Co-
ronaci6n.
La Comisi6n ha hecho arreglos
para que haya transport para
todos despubs de las ceremonies.


PALLU E. JARVIS, maestro pin-
tor de r6tulos en el Almacen de
Balboa, recibi6 de manos del Go-
bernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
un cheque por la suma de $150
en reconocimiento a Servicio Ex.
traordinario. Jarvis se hizo me-
recedor a ese premio por raz6n
de su originalidad en disefiar y
producer r6tulos para el almacen.
Y no es la primera vez que se
gana un premio por su notable
desempefio en el trabajo, pues en
1955 gan6 dos premios de $25 ca.
da uno cuando era vendedor en el
antiguo Comisariato de Diablo.
Jarvis presta servicios con la or-
ganizaci6n del Canal de Panama
desde el primero de diciembre de
1954, pero se encuentra laborando
en el AlmacBn de Balboa desde
hace seis aiios. Es casado y tie-
ne cinco hijos. ,Su pasatiempo?
Lo adivinaron: pintar, pues Jar-
vis pinta en sus ratios de ocio a
personas y paisajes con pintura
de aceite y de agua.


CALENIDARID IlE EVENTS
NOVIEMBRE

8 y 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
Hubspedes 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.
Viernes 15: Inauguraci6n: Primer Sal6n Abierto de Artes PlAs-
ticas del Institute Panamefio de Arte.
Lugar: M. P. Unido
Hora: 8 p.m.
Clausura: 30 de Noviembre.
18 Inauguracinrr de la exposici6n de pinturas de Maria Zelinda
Johnson en la Association Panamefio-Norteamericana
Ave. Perd a las 8 de la noche.
19 Concierto de la Banda de la Marina de Estados Unidos an
el Gimnasio Nacional de PanamA a las 8 de la noche.
Gratis.
Jueves 21: Se proyectaran las siguientes peliculas culturales
facilitadas por la USIS.
"El Mundo de la Danza"
"La Pintura Moderna en los EE. UU. y sus prin.
cipales exponentes".
"Artistas Asiaticos del Cristal".
Lugar: M. P. Unido.
Hora: 8 p.m.
22 Exhibici6n de peliculas facilitadas por la Embajada de Ale-
mania. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana. Hora:
8 p.m. Entrada gratis.
25 Exposici6n sobre el Dia de Acci6n de Gracias en el se.
gundo alto de la Sede de la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norte-
americana.
25 Festival de Santa Catalina en Pedasi.
26 El Club de Fotografias se reunirA en la Sede de la Aso-
ciaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana a las 8 de la noche.
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 Zone
del Canal. Feriado en la Zona del Canal.
29 Proyecci6n de peliculas documentales en la Asociaci6n Pa-
namefio-Norteamericana. Gratis, a las 8 de la noche.


4 -
6-8
8-

25-
28 -
31 -


D I I EMBR E
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.


Cine Infantil

Domingo 10: "El Zorro Vengador" (Zorro the Avenger) de
Walt Disney en colors.
El Institute iniciari a manera de prueba y comenzando el 10 de
Noviembre a las 10 a.m. en el Teatro Variedades, un Cine-Infantil
para niiios del barrio de Santa Ana y alrededores. El precio de
entrada sera solamente de B/.0.15.


EN SU PANTALLA

Nov. 8 al 15 PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY

Viernes
Owl Show The H-Man Cell 2455 Death Row Atomic Man
10:30 p.m.

Sbbado Hitler Claudelle Inglish
High Noon Fort Dobbs
Domingo y
Lunes The Chapman Report Guns of Darkness Doctor No

Martes Pork Chop Hill I Was a Teenage Warewolf Adventures of Hajji Baba
The Pusher Johnny Holiday Hell to Eternity


Mi6rcoles I was a Teenage Warewolf Pork Chop Hill The Big Country
Johnny Holiday The Pusher

Jueves y
Viernes Guns of Darkness The Chapman Report Born to Sing


Tight Spot
High Noaw


PROXIMAMENTE

The Detective
Merril' Marauders


The H-Ma
Bitler


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