Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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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 15, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00433
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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$10 Gift


Still Goes


SDuty Free

As the season of gift-mailing
arrives, senders are reminded
that 'one bona fide gift valued
at $10 or less is the most that
any person residing in the
United States may receive duty
free in one day from any point
outside the United States.
And the U.S. Bureau of Cus-
toms takes a dim view of any
hanky panky.
The $10 duty-free limit, which
has been in effect since June
30, 1961, continues in effect.
The Bureau of Customs
has stated, however, that it
plans to be more rigid in
its inspection of packages
entering the United States
as exempt gifts.
Last January, it was an-
nounced the Bureau was con-
sidering reducing the gift ex-
emption because of widespread
abuse.
The $10 limitation applies re-
gardless of whether all gifts
-are received from one donor or
several donors.
If the total value of the ship-
ment exceeds $10, no exemption
-& is allowed and the entire ship-
S ment is dutiable.
Each parcel which the sender
expects the addressee to re-
ceive duty free should be mark-
ed "Bona Fide Gifts, value not
exceeding $10," on the address
side of the parcel.
S Long-standing regulations per-
mit articles which are grown,
produced or manufactured in
the United States, and which,
after having been exported,
have not been advanced in
-, -alue or improved in condition,
to be mailed back into the
United States free of customs
duty.
Persons mailing such
merchandise should take
care that all articles in
their packages mar k-ed
"Returned U.S. Merchan-
dise" on the address side
of the parcel contain iden-
tification in the form of
manufacturers' labels, em-
bossing, or engraving as
evidence the articles were
actually manufactured or
produced in the United
States.
No foreign-made articles may
be contained in such packages.
Tobacco products and per-
S fumes (containing ac o h o 1)
valued at more than $1 are
not exempt from duty or tax.


All of the large units of the
Canal's- printing machinery
have been transferred in a safe
overland trip from ocean to
ocean.
The big mechanical safari
which started at the former
Mt. Hope plant in sight of
the Atlantic some weeks ago,
is now set and bolted in place
in its new La Boca location -
at the Pacific mouth of the
waterway


IN THE ENGINE ROOM of the SS Cristobal, Chief Engineer
James Langford, right, received a Sustained Superior Perfor-
mance Award from Transportation and Terminals Bureau Director
Axton T. Jones. A check went with it.


Cristobals Chief Engineer


Receives Honorary Award


Chief Engineer James Lang-
ford, a man who spends his
working hours supervising the
turbines and auxiliary machine-
ry of the SS Cristobal, has been
given a Sustained Superior Per-
formance Award and a check
for $150.
The award was presented by
Axton T. Jones, Transportation
and Terminals Bureau DTrec-
tor, during a ceremony held in
the engine room of the vessel.
It was one of the first honorary
awards of its kind to be given
to a member of the crew of the
Panama Canal's Cristobal.

Canal Women's
Welfare Benefit
$1 On N .21, 1
The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group will hold a be-
nefit dessert and bridge party
from 1 until 4:30 p.m. on
Thursday, November 21, at the
residence of Governor and
Mrs. Fleming, Balboa Heights.
A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to the women of the
community to attend and thus
support the work of the group.
Tickets at $1 each are avail-
able from various members, in-
cluding Mrs. W. H. Smith, tel.
phone Balboa 3039.


An engineer on former Pan-
ama Line vessels since 1946,
Langford has been Chief Engi-
neer on the Cristobal since Oc-
tober 1962. His superior service
award was given in recognition
of his exemplary service during
the past year.
According to the citation,
Langford "in his capacity of
Chief Engineer of the SS Cris-
tobal has implemented a pro-
gram of regular surveys of all
essential engineering equip-
ment which has resulted in the
more efficient and economical
operation of the steamship. In
addition to his demonstrated
engine room competence, his
superior supervisory ability is
manifested in the excellent per-
formance of engine room per-
sonnel."
Chief Engineer Langford
served with the U. S. Navy
from 1923 to 1927 and was with
the U.S. Army Transport Serv-
ice during World War II.
After joining the former Pan-
ama Line in 1946, he was as-
signed as an engineer on both
the SS Ancon and the SS Pan-
ama before coming to the Cris-
tobal in 1958.


done at Mt. Hope, with conse-
quent commuting for some of
the art work to be processed.
But the main work of the
plant is now jostling down at
the new site, though workmen
are still all over the place,
tightening' this, adding that and
cleaning up details.
Requests for short-run dupli-
cating work, as well as other
categories nf nrinting oro no.


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


PC Backs UF


Past 97%

Telethon Tonight; Palm Bowl


Contest On Thanksgiving Eve

Panama Canal participation in the United Fund drive
is past 97 percent. Some contributions are still arriving,
and although the official period of the drive ends tonight,
additional gifts will be most welcome at any time.
Tonight the Telethon at Balboa Theater from 5 until
11 p.m. will offer entertainment of quality, and an op-
portunity to bid on a great variety of items which some-
one will buy at his own price.
Several thousand dollars worth of gifts have been re-
ceived and all will be auctioned off.
With the Stateside variety show, plus the other talent
to be presented at the Telethon, there is an admittance
price of 500. This goes directly to swell the United Fund
total.
It is not necessary to attend the Telethon to bid. All
items will be telecast and bids can be made over the tele-
phone using a special switchboard set up for the occasion.
Wind-up event for the United-Fund will be a football
game, the Palm Bowl Game, on Wednesday evening, Nov-
ember 27. Tickets are on sale now.


Early Mailing Saves Delay,


Disappointment On Gifts


When the red-and-green color
schemes of Christmas merchan-
dise moved in among the
orange-and-black motifs of Hal-
loween on Isthmian sales coun-
ters, shoppers got the hint.
Early mailers already have
decided to forestall the last
minute rush of other years.
They will post parcels in time
to avoid the post-office lines
that grow longer and longer as
the last minute looms up.
As an aid to happy mailing,
and happy receiving at the
other end, the Canal Zone Divi-
sion of Posts- has issued a
helpful time table.
These dates are not dates to
aim at. Actually parcels should
be dispatched earlier. But if
your Christmas packages get
through the postal windows by
these dates, they'll have a good
chance of delivery before
Christmas, in normal course.
(1) For overseas parcels
via s u r f a ce transport to
points other than in the
United States, the time is
now; the suggested date
November 15.
(2) For packages bound
for the States by surface
mail, December 10.


(3) For airmail packages, "
December 17.
The postal Division also notes
that all Fourth Class Mail
(Parcel Post) must have a cus,
toms declaration tag, Form
2966, attached to the address
side of the parcel.
Third Class Mail requires
POD Form 2976-A (Invoice for
Customs Declaration) enclosed
in the parcel, or Green Cus-
toms Douane Label, POD Form
2976, affixed.
On packages seht by Fi~st
Class Mail, regardless of
weight, the Green Customs
Douane Label, POD 2976,
must be affixed.
For airmail packages weigh-
ing less than 16 ounces, the
Green Customs Douane Label,
POD 2976, must be affixed.
Parcels weighing more than 16
ounces require a Customs De-
claration Tag, POD Form 2966.
Certain types of merchandise
are not acceptable in regular
postal packages. They include
alcoholic beverages, any kind
of narcotics; matches, certain
types of growing plants, and
weapons of the type that may
be concealed about the person
- including switchblade knives.


Yerkes, Hammond Are Named 'To Board!


For Architects, Engineers On


David A. Yerkes, Chief of the
Architectural Branch, and John
R. Hammond, Jr., Chief of the
Mechanical Section of the Elec-
trical Mechanical Branch of the
Engineering Division, have been
appointed as members of the
Board of Registration for Archi-
tects and Professional Engine-
ers in the Canal Zone. The ap-
pointments were made by Gov.
Robert J. Fleming, Jr.


Yerkes and Hammond suc-
ceed Roy C. Stockham, former
Chief of the Locks Division, and
G. A. Doyle, Jr., former Chief
of the--Architectural Branch.
Both Stockham and Doyle have
left Canal Service.
The Board was established in
1956 in conformity with regula-
tions issued by the Governor
based on Public Law 674, which


ZOne'


governs the registration of ar-
chitects and engineers in'-the
Canal Zone.
The chairman of the boArd is
A. A. Mittag, ,a civil engineer
with USARSOUTHCOM.
Other members of the Board
are L. B. Sartain, Chief of the
Electrical Mechanical. Branch;
and Donald W. Date of the
Architectural Branch.


And the coast-to-coast migia- to be forwarded to the Printing
tion is ahead of schedule. Plant, La Boca. The mail ad-
True, the lack of chilled dress is Box M, Balboa Heights,
water for photo-lithography and the telephone number is ":"
work requires that this still be 2-4141.













VOL. If N. 22 FRIDAY, November IS, 196 mend.
, VOL. If No. 22 FRIDAY', November 15, 119(4 lmen.


Printing Plant Is Shifted Safely

To La Boca Ahead Of Schedule









S tL WYIevmei1,16


CONFESSIONS OF AN AD-
VERTISING MAN by David
Ogilvy is a wise, witty and
delightful book. In it the man
who according to Time Maga-
zine is the "most sought after
wizard in the advertising indus-
try today" reveals some of his
professional secrets. Ogilvy is
the creator of the Man in the
Hathaway Shirt (eye-patch and
all) and of many other famous
advertising gimmicks. Ogilvy is
a Britisher who now lives in
New York City.
DEAD WATER by Ngaiio
Marsh is a smoothly written
mystery story in the best Marsh
style. The author's characters
are human, sympathetic, and
individualistic; her mastery of
suspense is excellent; and her
analyses of the situations which
she so skillfully creates are
penetrating. She has bee n
known and admired by mystery
lovers for 30 years and seems
to get better with time.
MANDATE FOR CHANGE
by Dwight D. Eisenhower is
the 34th President's personal ac-
count of his White House years
during his first administration.
Mr. Eisenhower tells his story
with remarkable frankness and
with more vividness and flexi-
bility than he has shown in his
earlier writing and in his Ifress
statements and public papers.
His courage and strength of
character are apparent through-
out the book. These revelations
portray him as a man with a
deep and steady faith in his


What's Wrong



With First Aid?


ROSS CUNNINGHAM inspects a new set of golf clubs for Flo-
rida use. It was a bon voyage gift from a group of friends.

Square Dancing Cunninghams


Will Do Calling In Florida


When Canal Zone square dan-
cers swing their partner to the
left and execute an expert do-si-
do, they can thank Ross Cun-
ningham for having revived U. S.
country folk dancing on the Isth-
mus.
Cunningham, who was retired
this month after'35 years of ser-
vice, can be called the guiding
light, the great white father or
at least the organizer of the Star
and Circle Group, which is known
both in the Canal Zone and Pan-
ama.
An expert "caller" and
square dancer, both Cunning.
ham and his wife think that
this type of dancing presents
.a definite challenge and is
head and shoulders above
such modern stuff as the
twist or the rock and roll.
Square dancers can be any
age but they must keep in
pretty good physical shape.
The Cunninghams became in-
terested in square dancing in
1942 when they joined an early
square dance club called the An-
con Promenaders. The Star and
Circle Group, which evolved from
this club, is now considered so
good that the members put on
shows all over the Isthmus and
have appeared on local television
shows.
At present there are five callers
in the Pacific side club who have
learned to call the various square
dance! steps from books and re-
cords. The members meet each
week at the Ancon gymnasium.
A native of Missouri, Cunning-
ham came to the Isthmus in 1928
to work for the Canal organiza-
tion. He, has lived on both sides
of the Isthmus and has been con-
nected, during most of his 35
years of service, with the Ac-
counting Division.
In addition to square danc-
ing, Cunningham has been
active in the Boy Scout and
Little League groups, fratern-
al and church organizations
and considers golf, fishing,
hunting and billiards as his
hobbies.

"Room Service"

Coming Up-$1.25

It looks as though it will be
another "hit" for the Cristobal
Little Theater group.
Final rehearsals are now in
progress for the fastmoving co-
medy "Room Service," which
is to be presented at the France
Field Little Theater November
21, 22, 23, and 24. Curtain time
will be 8 p.m. on each night.
$Robert Johnson, an employee
at Gatun Locks, is directing
the play. Tickets are available
at $1.25 each.


He and his wife plan to live in
St. Peterburg, Florida but they
don't intend to settle down with
shuffleboard or knitting. One of
the first things they will do after
finding a house, will be to join
a square dance club.


With the best intentions in the
world, people who overlook
safety precautions can hinder
as well as help accident vic-
tims. Or they may cause ad
ditional accidents or injuries, to
themselves or others.
Some of these potential mis-
takes involve:
1. Moving the injured too hur-
riedly, or moving them impro-
perly, such as to a sitting posi-
tion. They should not be moved
except with adequate help, and
only after all suspected fractures
are splinted.
2. Wasting time tending and
bandaging minor injuries, before
taking care of major emergencies
such as severe bleeding, or block-
ed airway and other difficulty
in breathing.
3. Entering an enclosed space
to rescue, an unconscious victim,
without first equipping oneself
with self-contained or air-sup-
plied breathing apparatus.
4. Touching an electrocuted
person without checking to see
that the current is disconnected.
5. Applying ointments, greas-
es, and such items as flour and
baking soda to extensive burns.
Not only do such applications in-
crease the chance of infection,
but they must be removed often
by surgery. And they make skin
grafting difficult.
6. Neglecting to wash the eye
or the skin immediately with lots
of running water for fifteen min-
utes after contact with an irritat-
ing chemical.
7. Giving liquids or alcoholic
beverages to semiconscious or
unconscious persons.
8. Failing to obtain medical
attention after first aid when the


IN BROWSINi


situation calls for it, such as for
possible fractures, puncture
wounds, infections, or eye
wounds.
9. Causing infection through
the use of unsanitary first-aid
supplies, particularly eye infec-
tions from contaminated eye-
cups, eyedroppers, and ointments.
10. Applying to wounds or
skin rashes, ointments, anesthetic
sprays, antiseptics, and other re-
medies which contain substances
which irritate the skin or cause
allergic reactions. Mild soap and
water is the best and the safest
cleanser for first aid; and in
cleaning, wipe away from the
wound.
11. Overheating a person in
shock, by putting on too many
blankets.


country and provide his readers
with a valuable historical docu-
ment.
CORTEZ AND MARINA by
Edison Marshall is a long pa-
noramic novel about the con-
quest of Mexico by Hernando
Cortez and his love affair with
the beautiful Az t ec princess
Marina. Marshall's account of
the strange gods and the weird
rites of the Aztecs add color
and excitement to this excellent
historical story. Marshall has
been a best selling novelist for
many ye.-s and this is one of
his best.
ADDED TO SHIPPING
COLLECTION:
MERCHANT SHIPS, A PIC-
TORIAL STUDY by John La-
Dage is a collection of more
than 1150 photographs which
tell a comprehensive story of
merchant ships. The author,
as a member of the faculty of
the United States Merchant Ma-
rine Academy, selected pic-
tures and photographs from the
great collection of the Acade-
my, as well as materials from
commercial shipyards, the U.S.
Maritime Commission, the Port
of New York Authority, the
Coast Guard and many other
agencies. From the more than
5,000 pictures acquired, the best
and most pertinent were select-
ed for inclusion in this collec-
tion. The book is dedicated to
the author's colleagues who
died during World War II on
the Murmansk run-


National Honor Society
Adds 19 Members
The National Honor Society
of Balboa High School has 19
new initiates.
Recently taken into the
group were Marcia Dubbs,
Carol Farbman, Diane lanoale,
Louise Bailey, Kathryn Fallon,
Peggy Cassibry, Mary Claire
McNaught, Patricia Janssen,
Diane Lewis and Nina Shirer;
Also David Kimberling, Fred
Wells, Daniel Blackman, Char-
les Curran, Richard Teets, Ri-
chard Ebdon, Cheryl Cheaney,
Ellen Douglas and Guillermina
Pifio.

Back Isnes Of Review
Fellow-employees who wish to
fill out their back-issue files of
The Panama Canal Review may
contact Mrs. B. Journeay of Diablo
Heights. She has some extra
copies she will be glad to pass
along to co-workers who like to
keep them for reference.
,Mrs. Journey's Post Office Box
is 235, Balboa.


Former Lt. Gov. Leber Writes


Of New Locks

When former Lieutenant Gov-
ernor (Brig. Gen.) Walter P. Leber
was transferred to the States
some months ago to become Ohio
River Division Engineer. his res-
ponsibilities changed in many
ways but still included locks
for lifting and lowering vessels.
Writting in the October 5 is-
sue of The Waterways Journal,
Gen. Leber reports the recent de-
dication of the Markland Locks
and Dam as the third huge new
navigation replacement structure
to be completed by the.Ohio River
Division of the U. S. Engineers in
little more than two years.
"Christopher Columbus, who
dreamed of a new route to the
riches of the Indies, would ap-
prove, I am certain,"-Gen. Leber


m Ohio River

wrote, "of the work being accom-
plished both in navigation and
flood control along the main
Ohio River and its tributaries."
"It would give him pause to
realize that it would take 100 of
his small caravels, the Nifia, Pin'
ta and Santa Maria (total displace-
ment 190 tons) to approximate
just one of today's average 20,000-
ton tows, on a river which last
year carried more than 85,000,000
tons of commerce."
The new lock and dam just
dedicated make a total of. three
such structures 'completed; and
16 other modern facilities are to
be built before the Engineers
finish their Ohio River improv-
ement program."


THEATER SCHEDULE

Beginning Saturday, November 16.

BALBOA


Sat. Sun. 2:30 6:15 8:20
Monday 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 8:15 p.m.
Sunday -
Monday -
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday -
Friday
GATUN
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday -
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday -

MARGARITA
Saturday night
Sunday -2:00 7:00
Monday 7:00
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday -
Friday,
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.

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


THE LONELY STAGE
THE LONELY STAGE
DIARY OF A MADMAN
TO BE ANNOUNCED
TO BE ANNOUNCED
A HOLE IN THE HEAD

A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO
LOVE IS A BALL
LOVES IS A BALL
INHERIT THE WIND
ROMAN HOLIDAY
GOD'S LITTLE ACRE
THE LION
THE DETECTIVE


PARANOIAC
THE LION
NO SHOW
LOVE IS A BALL
INHERIT THE WIND
NO SHOW
SHOWDOWN

EL CID
THE MIGHTY URSUS
NO SHOW
A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO
NO SHOW
PARANOIAC
AUNTIE MAME


SOUTH PACIFIC
FLIPPER
FLIPPER
THE NAKED JUNGLE
PARANOIAC
AUNTIE MAME
THE MIGHTY URSUS
CELL 2455 DEATH ROW


NOT AS A STRANGER
THE LONGEST DAY
THE LONGEST DAY
DEADLY DUO
HUD
IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR


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


By ELEANOR BURNHAM
Canal Zone Library


Pap TWOQ


06vrember 15, 1963


SPILLWAY








PuLovemiuu WrA Pa, T


For Palm Bowl



* Game For UF


The 1963 Canal Zone United
Fund Palm Bowl Football Game
will be played on Wednesday, Nov-
ember 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Bal-
boa Stadium.
The game will be between the
Canal Zone College and the All
Star Team selected from Cristo-
bal High School, Balboa High
School and the Schools Division
Athletic Club.
The "All Stars" will be coach-
ed by Doug Litton and Lou De-
deaux from Cristobal High School,
and the Canal Zone College team
will be coached by Morris Fin-
kelstein, Babe Roberts and Bill
Fullerton.
A spectacular half time cere-
mony is being developed under
the direction of Victor A. Herr.
A special train is being ar-
ranged for the Atlantic siders and
tickets for the game. and special
train are available from Trevor
Simons and Maurice McCullough
in Cristobal. Pacific siders may
obtain tickets from Bill De La
Mater, Charles McArthur, Dick
Egolf or at the Administration
Building information desk, Bal-
boa High School and the Canal
Zone College.
The Palm Bowl chairman says
S that a capacity crowd is expected,
1: and that with all proceeds going


RP's Laguna


Hailed By


Paris Press
Ismael Laguna, top Panama
featherweight and number one
contender for the world feather-
weight crown held by Cuban
Ultiminio "Sugar" Ramos, ar-
rived in Paris, France, No-
vember 6 for his bout with
n u m b e r four-rated feather-
weight Rafiu King on Novem-
ber 18.
Laguna's plane to Paris was
detoured to Brussels, Belgium,
due to an airline strike. The
RP idol then traveled by rain
to Paris.
Ever since his arrival in Pa-
ris for the Sports Palace bout
on Monday, Laguna has been
a feature attraction in many
Paris newspapers. Paris ring
experts are already comparing
the 20-year-old Laguna with the
late Panamanian. Al Brown, a,
former holder of the world
bantamweight crown for seven
years.
Laguna recently sparred three
rounds with Frenchman Isidro
Bergua. Parisian photographers
went wild at the session and
sports writers are hailing his
left jab, his speed and the way
he handles himself. They claim
he has "a good punch."
It is generally believed that
if Laguna defeats King next-
week, Ramos will be forced to.
give the speedy youngster a
shot at the title.


Palm Bowl

Game Set

For Nov. 27


to the Canal Zone United Fund,
this final event of the campaign'
should enable the Canal Zone to
reach its goal.
Hot dogs have been donated by
Abbattoir Nacional, sodas by
Cerveceria Nacional, trophies by
Abernathy, S. A., programs by
R. C. Cola Bottling Co., program
printing by The Panama Amer-
ican- Press and ticket printing
by Fidanque Travel Service.


Former Classmates


Meet Again In CZ
The phrase "It's a small world"
is often overworked, but it some-
times fits the situation to a "T".
Such is the case in the Canal
Schools Division.
A chance interview revealed
that Dean Charles L. Latimer, of
Canal Zone College, Morris Fink-
lestein, CZC coach, and Seymour
Barkowitz, assistant principal of
Diablo Heights Junior High
School, all attended the same
high school together, the high
school of Charleston in that South
Carolina City.
The World gets even smaller
when the interviewer finds out
that both Latimer and Barko-
witz attended the College of
Charleston at the same time.
Finklestein enrolled in Newbury
College upon graduation from
high school.
All three are now in the teach-
ing field, all three in the Canal
Zone.

POTTER WITH FAIR
Maj. Gen. William E. Potter,
former Governor of the Canal, ad-.
dressed a joint meeting of the St.-
Petersburg and Tampa Chambers
of Commerce at a recent Conti-
nental Breakfast in Tampa, Fla.
Gen. Potter is now executive vice
president of the New York
Worlds Fair, to be held in 1964-65.


There will be a hot time on
the Rodman Golf and Country
Club course November 30'when
the "unbeaten" Panama Canal
Comptroller's Off ce golfers
meet representatives of the
Panama Canal Supply Division.
The Comptrollers, long self-
styled champions of the Pan-
ama Canal (they have never
played in a tournament with
anyone else) have been chal-
lenged to a duel to death this
year by the men from the Sup-
ply Department.
Rumor from the best in-
formed Supply sources has
it that the boys from the
Supply Division are all low
handicap men whom the
Comptrollers have been try-
ing to avoid.)
Rules of the tournament have
been drawn up by the chal-
lengers and are designed to
put all players on an "Even
Stephen" basis.
For one thing, no 'handicaps
will be allowed. Each of the 14
pairs will be matched accord-
ing to the members' ability.
And if they are not-an adjust-


SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS whoop is up following their victory over the freshmen and the seniors,
13-0, in the girls football game at Balboa High School last week for the benefit of the United Fund.
The football game, complete with male cheerleaders, netted the UF drive $272.82.


ment will be' made after the
first nine holes.
Any golfer caught practicing
or taking a lesson before the
tournament will be penalized
22 strokes.
Contestants may wear any
color but pink, and are urged
to bring their own caddies. Cad-
dies must wear shoes.
Supply Division employees
who want to sign up for this
battle can call Alba B. Hutch-
ings at 2-4678.
Hutchings has revealed that
a, number of Supply golfers
already have announced their
intentions of meeting the best
the Comptrollers can offer.
They include, besides himself,
H. Dockery, B. Elich, R. Laf-
ferty, J. Demers, A. Adams,
N. Davison, N. Ashton, K.
Frauenheim, J. Burgoon, J,
Deslondes, F. Day, T. Dockery
and R. Saarinen.
Jack Campbell. manager of
-the Comptroller team, has sent
out an urgent call for volun-
teers. He says that the mem-
bers of the Comptroller team
should call him as soon as pos-
sible at 2-2173.


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-
Ssociation, $180.
Atlantic Religious Workers
Association, $2,500.
Boy Scouts, Canal Zone Coun-
cil, $21,000.


Canal Zone Cancer Commit-
tee, $12,000.
SGirl Scouts, Canal Zone Coun-
cil, $13,535.
Handicapped Persons Com-
mittee. $5,000.
International Boy Scout s,
$5,200.
International Girl Sc o u t s,
$4,000.
International Social Service,
$85.
JWB Armed Forces Service


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


Upcoming Lane Tourney Extended;


Record Participation Expected


The 23rd Annual Pan Canal
Bowling Association's City Tour-
nament has been extended to nine
days. The tournament, at the
Albrook Bowling Center, original-
ly scheduled March 1 to 8, instead
will open February.29.
The 20th Tournament, at Al-
brook in 1961, set all time highs
with 66 teams, 94 Doubles, 157 in
the Singles Event and 143 in the
All Events. The predicted num-
ber of entries for the 23rd Tour-
nament is 96 teams, 144 Doubles,
224 Singles and 200 in the All
Events. Multiple participation will
be extended to all categories.
All league secretaries are re-
minded that they must submit an
alphabetical listing of all league
members and their averages as of
February 15.
A tentative schedule has been
set up, with six shifts reserved
for entries from the Atlantic Side.
Leagues entering six or eight
teams are requested to bowl on
the same shift to aid in schedul-
ing and avoid situations where a
bowler could be scheduled for
two Team Events on the same
shift. The tentative schedule is
as follows:
SATURDAY, February 29 -
Five shifts of Team Events. 9
am, 12 pm, 3 pm, 6 p m.
and 9 p.m. (40 teams) The 3 p m.
and 6 p m shift will be reserved
for Atlantic Side teams.
SUNDAY, March 1 Four
shifts of Team Events, 12 p m
3 p.m 6 p m and 9 p.m. (32

THIS WEEK'S VISITORS
November 4-10, 1963
Miraflores Locks ..... 1,838
Gatun Locks .......... 258
Las Cruces,
7 trips .............. 720
Reina Manuelita,
2 trips .............. 24
GRAND TOTAL: ..... 2,840


teams). The 3 p r shift reserved
for Atlantic Side teams.
MONDAY, March 2 Two
shifts of Team Events at 6 p.m.
and 9 p.m. (16 teams).
TUESDAY, March 3 Eight
Team Events at 6 p.m., 16 Dou-
bles Events at 9 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
FRIDAY, March 4-6 Sixteen
Doubles Events on 6 p.m. shift
and 32 Singles on 9 p.m. shift.
SATURDAY, March 7 Sixteen
Doubles Events at 9 p.m.; 3 p.m.
and 9 p.m. Thirty-two Singles
Events at noon and 6 p.m. The
3 p.m. and 6 p m. shift reserved
for Atlantic Side bowlers.
SUNDAY, March 8 Sixteen
Doubles Events at 12 p.m. and 6
p.m., 32 Singles Events at 3 p m.
and 9 p.m. with half of the 3
p m. and 6 p m shifts reserved
for the Atlantic Side.

Two Games

Wiading Up

$Sc ool Tilts
Two games this weekend ring
down the curtain on one of the
most exciting school football sea-
sons in Canal Zone history.
Tonight's tilt will-feature Bal-
boa High and Cristobal High on
the Pacific Side at 7 p.m. Despite
CHS's loss last week to CZC 21-
6, the Tigers should easily roll by
the Bulldogs, who lost last week
to the Athletic Club 20-18, by at
least three touchdowns.
The Canal Zone College, cham-
pions for 1963, will attempt to
keep its unbeaten record intact
tomorrow night against the
Schools Division Athletic Club, at
Balboa Stadium, 7 p.m.
The AC squad has improved
tremendously since their initial
encounter but are expected to
fall by the wayside by about four
touchdowns.


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Tickets Going


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Rhythm Tonite


After Game
The Rhythm Magicians, a
fine young combo, w:ll fur-
nish the music for the post-
game dance at the Balboa
Teen Club tonight from 9
p.m. to midnight, immedia-
tely after the Balboa-Cristo-
bal football game.
Cristobal students are
cordially invited to attend
the dance at membership
admission fees: 250 upon
presentation of the S. A.
card.
Sport coats will be the
proper attire.


Supply Division, Comptrollers To Ieet

In 'No Pink' Golf Tournament Nov. 30


Sports Schedule

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
Balboa, 7 p.m.
Nov. 16 Saturday Football SDAC vs. CZC,
at Balboa, 7 p.m.
Nov. 22 Friday Triangular Swimming Meet at
Coco Solo, 2 p.m.
Nov. 27 Wednesday Football United Fund
Palm Bowl Game.


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SPILLWAY


'November 15, 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT

CURTIS B. DARDEN wears three
hats, figuratively speaking, to
perform his work. He is Deputy
Shipping Commissioner for the
Port of Balboa as well as an Im-
migration Inspector and a Cus-
toms Inspector. In effect, the
Shipping Commissioner's office
serves as "arbitrators and audit-
ors" for U. S. flag vessels, to safe-
guard the interests of both own-
ers and crew. Many documents
r must be studied, as also is the
case for the immigration work.
For example, when a ship brings
in a stowaway, the master re-
ports the fact to this office. Dar-
den has had this combination as--
signment for about five years,
but counts 24 years in the Cus-
toms Office. He and his wife
both came from North Carolina
and now live in Los Rios. She
teaches at iDablo. They have a
son in Balboa High, also a young-
er boy and two girls.
AVA HOWELL COMPILES infor-
mation on ships moving to the
high seas out of the Port of Bal-
boa, and prepares their official
clearance papers. As clerk in the
Customs Office she also handles
statistics on vessels entering the I
port. This means frequent con-
ferences with shipping agent peo-
ple such as William O. Confer, -
right, now asosciated with his
father, agent L. K. Cofer. Mrs. .
Howell came from Oklahoma 17 .
years ago with her husband, C. A.
Howell, assistant chief of the.
Systems Maintenance Division,
Federal Aviation Agency. Her C
outside interests center around
painting in various mediums and
assembling mosaics with a group
which works together in a Bal-
boa Heights home. Cofer came to
the Isthmus from Portland, Ore.,
as a youngster. He graduated
from Balboa High School and at-
tended the Canal Zone College
for a time.


COMING
November 15 United, Fund
Telethon, Balboa Theater, 5 to
11 p.m. Tickets 500, also broad-
cast over SCN-TV. Valuable
prizes at auction.
November 15-16 "Little Mary
Sunshine" put on by C.Z. Col-
lege Drama Group, continues at
C. Z. Auditorium, Tickets $1.
Curtain 8 p.m.
November 16 Exhibit or paint-
ings by women artists of the
Isthmus still at Little Gallery,
Tivoli Guest House.
November 15 Still at Panama-
nian North American Assn.,
exhibit of paintings by Pan-
amainan artist Meliton Castro.
November 18 Inauguration of
Paintings by Maria Zelinda
Johnson at Panamanian-North
American Association.
November 18 Panamanian-
North Association in Colon
opens exhibit of mosaics by
Mrs. Colombia de Arcia.
Through December 9.
November 19 Concert at Na-
tional Gymnasium, Panama
City, by Fourth United Band of
the U. S. Marines, 8 p.m. Spon-
sored by Panamanian-North
American Assn.
November 21 Panama Canal


EVENTS
Women's Welfare Group, be-
nefit dessert and bridge party
1 4:30 p.m. Governor and
Mrs. Fleming's residence. Tick-
ets $1 from Mrs. W. A. Smith,
Balboa 3039.
November 21-24 Cristobal Lit-
tle Theater presents "Room
Service" at France Field Little
Theater.


Clean Out Those

Old Medicines
Give your medicine chast a
housecleaning today. Then keep
the contents of the medicine chest
up to date, the Chief of the Can-
al Zone Division of Preventive
Medicine and Quarantine advises.
The American Medical Associa-
tion has issued a warning, he
says, pointing out the importance
of discarding old medicines. Many
drugs including antibiotics de-
teriorate. Recent illness resem-
bling diabetes with nausea has
been reported in several in-
dividuals and was traced to their
taking old tetracycline capsules.
It's not thrifty to save old
drugs. It's downright dangerous.


Biology Glass

Needs Magazine
The young scientists in the
biology class taught by Lyle V.
Jenkins at Balboa High School
are seeking copies of the Oc-
tober 4, 1963 Life magazine, for
use in connection with their
classroom work.
Any Spillway readers who
have finished reading this par-
ticular copy and would like to
contribute the October 4 Life
issue to this class may bring
or send it to Room 404, Balboa
High School, addressed to Lyle
V. Jenkins, biology class
teacher, or may leave the ma-
gazine at the school office ad-
dressed to the biology class in
his care.


Civic Council

A big turnout of voters in
the Latin American Communit-
ies elected full slates of Civic
Councilmen during last week's
balloting.
Names of councilmen will be
found on the Spanish pages.


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MEMBERS OF THE CAST of "Little Mary Sunshine" are shown in the final number of the Rick
Besoyan play. Donald Musselman, director of the CZC musical, and his staff and players have put
together a truly entertaining three hours of comedy and music. The play will continue tonight,
tomorrow night, and Sunday night in the Canal Zone College auditorium in La Boca. All perfor-
mances begin at 8 p.m.


Ex-Gorgas Medic

Rows On Hong Kong

Crew In Regatta
Dr. William W. Pope, who in-
terned at Gorgas Hospital and
went to Hong Kong last October
with the U. S. Public Health Ser-
vice, now is senior assistant sur-
geon at the United States Em-
bassy, Hong Kong.
A news dispatch from Hong
Kong tells of his prowess also as
a participant in the Far East
Amateur Rowing Association's
Regatta last month. Hs was a
member of the Hong Kong crews
which completely outrowed all
visiting oarsmen to capture the
1963 Interport Rowing Regatta,
marking the first time in the past
10 years that Hong Kong won the
competition.
The news report says the most
interesting and exciting race took
place in the senior sculls, a
friendly event between Dr. Pope
and Miruddin of Saigon. Both
rowers battled stroke for stroke
immediately after the start of the
race and for half of the three-
quarter mile course. Dr. Pope,
with a strong finish, crossed the
finish line barely two feet ahead
of his opponent in two minutes
22.5 seconds.
Dr. Pope is a son-in-law of
Charles McG. Brandl, project
engineer on the Canal Cut-Widen-
ing Project.


Teen Club Busy

Lunch Hour Spot

Lunch hour at the Balboa Teen
Club is a busy scene these days,
with approximately fifty students
there daily. It is evident that the
students are enjoying the com-
fort and fun of the Teen Club.
Even rains do not keep them
away.
The club continues to award
tickets to the Balboa Theater to
its lucky guests. Recent winners
were Karen Davis, Carolyn Ha-
gar, Maryanne Nita, Dave Harri-
son, David Bilbrey, Dennis Jan-
uary, Diane Comerio, Judy Jer-
nigan, Mike Lovelace, Fred Ponce,
Beverly Buehler, Jim Preachers,
Arnold Brooks, Joelte Hidalgo,
Gail Derrer, Gil. Brook, Courtlyn
Armstrong, Russel Watson, Pat
Derrer, and Barbara Fuqua.
The management is happy to
see so many youths from the
military posts. Lunches can be
brought or bought. Everyone is
welcome.

Schools Plan To Fete

Esser on Retirement
The Canal Zone Division of
Schools is planning a retirement
party to honor Superintendent of
Schools Sigurd E. Esser on Fri-
day, November 29, at 6:30 p.m.
at the Fort Amador Officers Open
Mess.
The party is open to all friends
of Superintendent and Mrs. Es-
ser.
Reservations may be made by
telephoning the Schools Division
office, Balboa 3311 during office
hours or Balboa 2843 after
6 p.m.
The Medal of Honor, highest
United States award to those
who served in battle with the
enemy is often improperly called
the Congressional Medal of
Honor.


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


SCN-TV



SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel 0 The Air
4:00-Contrails
4:30-Paragon Playhouse
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Communism-Myth
vs. Reality
7:00-Ted Mock
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-ed Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS I
REVIEW
9:00-Steve Allen
10:15-Special: "Sunday"
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Circle Theatre
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-Zone Grey Theatre
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00--Movietime:
"Scotland Yard
Inspector"
10:30-EBF "Tom Savage"
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan
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-Special: US No. 1
"An American
Profile"
10:00-lack Paar
11:00-FINAL EDITION
l:15--Enc: Danny Thomas
Dick Van Dyke
WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
S5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-Boots and Saddle-
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-ABOUND AND
ABOUT
7:15-Newsreel
7:30-Flight
8:00-Special: Carnegie
Hall Salutes
Jack Benny
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Stump The Stars
9:30-Tonight
II:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Zane Grey
Andy Griffith
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--IDS ieLo
5:30-Science in Action
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:'00--SHOWCASE
8:00-Talent Scouts
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Sing Along w/Mitch
10:00-The Thin Man
10:30-Picture This
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15--Tonght
FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Young People's
Concerts
6:00-4 STAR EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Bob Newhart
7:30-Hootenanny
8:00-Golden Showcase
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Price is Right
9:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN BOWLING
11:00-FINAL EDITION
1l:15-Tonight
SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Sat Double Feature
"Danger Zone" &
"Scotland Yard
Inspector"
5:30-Sports Time
8:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Clowns Are Heroes
7:30-To Tenll the Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-US Steel Hour
10:00-Fight of the Week
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Alien


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ESTA NOCHE ES EL TELETHON EN BALBOA


Reuni6in de Damas
B Las Damas del Canal de
Panama, Ilevaran a cabo
una fiesta ben6fica con jue-
go de bridge desde la una
hasta las cuatro y treinta de
la tarde, el jueves 21 de no-
viembre, en la residencia
del Gobernador y la sefiora
Fleming, en Balboa Heights.
Se extiende cordial invita-
ci6n a todas las damas de
la comunidad, para asistir
y en esta forma ayudar al
tiabajo que realize el gru-
po.
Los boletos, a un costo de
$1 cada uno, pueden adqui-
rirse con las integrantes de
la agrupaci6n, incluyendo a
la sefnora W. H. Smith, te-
lefono Balboa 3039.


"Show" de Variedades y Remate ide Articulos
SEsta noche a las 7 en el Teatro de Balboa se celebraA eel aguardado telet6n a
beneficio del Fondo Unido de la Zona del Canal. La ent-1d-a costard 50 centavos y ofre-
ce la oportunidad de presenciar un especticulo dij~rtido y de gran calidad y de parti-
cipar en el remate de muchisimos y valiosos a SiiClos.
Las pujas y repujas en si son ya,,..,r'ntretenimiento y dan la oportunidad de
hacerse de bienes y pertenencias necesarios y tiles.
Una novedad en lo del remate es que no precisa estar en la sala del teatro para
participar ya que sera televisado y se pueden hacer pujas por telefono.
La organizaci6n del Canal de PanamA ha cubierto ya el 97 por ciento de su
cuota al Fondo Unido, segin los ultimos informes. Ain continfman recibi6ndose dona-
ciones y a pesar de que oficialmente la campafia cierra esta noche, futuras remesas se-
rAn bfen acogidas.
Para el mi6rcoles 27 estA fijado el iltimo event a beneficio del Fondo Unido,
que consistira en el partido de fitbol Palm Bowl Game para el cual los boletos estAn
ya a la venta.


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LA SEIORA ELEANOR FLEMING, esposa del Gobernador
de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., hace entrega
del trofeo a la nifia Lydia Thomas, de Paraiso, que gan6
la prueba de 66-2/3 yards, estilo libre, para nifas de 10
anios o menos, en el Sexto Torneb Anual de Nataci6n Lati-
noamericano celebrado el sAbado l6timo en la piscina de
Rainbow City. Lydia recorri6 la distancia en 55 segundos
4 d6cimos. A la izquierda esti Estela Pdrez, de Paraiso,
que ocup6 el segundo lugar con 58.2 segundos, y a la dere-
cha Ver6nica Lewis, de Rainbow City, que lleg6 en tercer
puesto con tempo de un minuto, 6 d6cimos de segundo.



Cuerpo Diplonmit Honra al


Gobernador y Sra de Fleming


El Cuerpo Diplomatico acreditado en Panama
ofrece esta noche de 7 a 9 en el Sal6n Bella Vista del
Hotel El PanamA-Hilton una suntuosa recepci6n en
honor de Su Excelencia el Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal y sefiora de Fleming y de las altas autoridades
de la Zona del Canal, y sus distinguidas esposas.
SPara el acto diplomAtico, al que asistiran las mis
destacadas personalidades political, y sociales del Ist-
mo han circulado invitaciones especiales.


Grandioso Evento
El Miercoles 27:
El Juego Palm Bowl
Con todo el colorido y to-
no de festividad tradiciona-
res, se efectuara en el Esta-
dio de Balboa en la noche
del mi6rcoles 27 del mes en
curso, el partido de f6tbol
americano conocido por el
juego del Palm Bowl. El
event, que se realiza a be-
neficio del Fondo Unido, en-
frentara a la Universi-
dad de la Zona del Canal,
con una selecci6n de estre-
Ilas de las escuelas secun-
darias de Balboa y de Cris-
t6bal y del Club Atl6tico de
la Division de Escuelas.
Un tren especial traera a
los fanaticos de la costa
Atlantica, pudiendo obtener-
se los boletos de transport
y entrada, acudiendo a los
sefiores Trevor Simon y
Maurice McCullough en Cris-
t6bal.
En el Pacifico, los boletos
estan a la venta en various
sitios, inclusive en la rotun-
da del edificio de Adminis-
traci6n, la Universidad y la
escuela secundaria de Bal-
boa.
El Abattoir Nacional de
Panama don6 "perros ca-
lientes", la' Cerveceria Na-
cional, los refrescos y Aber-
nathy, S. A., los trofeos. La
Royal Crown Cola, di6 los
programs, que imprimi6
gratis el Panama America:
la impresi6n de boletos la
coste6 la oficina de viajes
Fidanque.

VISITANTE DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1.838
Esclusas de Gatnn ... 258
Las Cruces,
1' viaies ............ 720
Reina Manuelita,
2 viajes ............ 24
GRAN TOTAL: ...... 2.840


ROL NATIONAL
DE HONOR
La Socledad Nacional de
Honra de la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Balboa cuenta con 19
novatos mas.
Los reci6n admitidos son:
Marcia Dubbs, Carol Farbman,
Diane lanoale, Louise Bailey,
Kathryn Fallon Peggy Cassi-
bry, Mary Claire McNaught,
Patricia Janseen, iDane Lewis,
Nina Shirer, David Kimber-
ling, Fred Wells Daniel Black-
man, Charles Curran, Richard
Teets Richard Ebdon, Cheryl
Cheaney, Ellen Douglas y Gui-
Ilermo Pina.


EL GOBERNADOR de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fle.
ming, Jr., segundo de la izquierda, asisti6 el sAbado pasa-
do al Sexto Torneo Anual de Nataci6n Latinoamericano, ce,
lebrado en la piscina de Rainbow City. Al extreme izquier-
do esta la seiora Eleanor Fleming, mientras que a la de-
recha aparecen el sefor Wilfred E. Barrow, Presidente del
Consejo Civico de Rainbow City y el senor Jos6 Dominador
Bazin, segundo vice-Presidente de 'l;a Repblihca de Parla-
ma. El Gobernador Fleming entreg6 dos trofeos, uno de
ellos al equipo de Rainbow City, que fue el triunfador una
vez mis de estas competencuias de nataci6n.



SE CIaal le P Ya.bmA





,PILLWAY


VOL. II No. 22


VIERNES, Noviembre 15, 1963


Si Los Manda A Tiempo, Llegaran A Tiempo


Valor Maximo Exento: $10.00
Al aproximarse la poca de los aguinaldos convene mantener present que el
valor maximo de cada aguinaldo que se envie a persona domiciliada en Estados
Unidos, procedente de sitio fuera de ese pais. es de diez d6lares ($10.00) para que
entire libre de impuestos. Ese limtie entr6 a regir desde el 30 de junior de 1961 y
continue en vigencia.
Conviene tener muy present, tambien, que la Aduana norte-americana se pro-
pone mantener mas extricta vigilancia en cuanto concierne.a a inspecci6n de pa-
quetes con regales enviados a Estados Unidos, para cerclorarse de que no se in-
tenta burlar las !eyes y evadir el pago de impuestos declarando un valor mas
bajo del real.
La limitaci6n a $10.00 es aplicable a todos los regalos, ya procediesen de una
sola persona o de varias. En enero pasado se dijo que la Aduana estaba conside-
rando reducir el valor de los regalos exonerados en vista de abuses generalizados.
Otro punto que es menester recorder es que si el valor del regalo excede a los
$10.00 no se exonera parte alguna, cargindose el impuesto sobre la suma integra
del valor, sin deducciones de ninguna naturaleza, en otras palabras: el aguinaldo.
ya deja de ser exonerado.
Cada paquete postal debe de star marcado claramente en su parte externa
asi: "BONA FIDE GIFTS, VALUE NOT EXCEEDING $10".
Esa frase deben aparecer en el lado done aparecen las sefias y nombres del
destinatario.
Reglamentos de larga vigencla permiten la libre introducci6n de articulos pro-
ducidos o manufacturados en Estados Unidos que, despu6s de haber sido export.
dos, vuelven a ser remitidos alia sin que haya sufrido alteraci6n en cuanto a su
valor ni mejora en su condlci6n.
Quienes remitieren articulos de esa naturaleza deben recordarse de marcar sus
paquetes "RETURNED U.S. MERCHANDISE" en el lado done aparece la direc-
cion del destinatario; tambien debe aparecer algo que identifique el articulo como
producido o hecho en Estados Unidos, como la etiqueta o membrete. En el mismo
bulto no deben colocarse otros articulos de product extraniero.
.Ni el tabaco ni perfumes que coritienen alcohol y que valgan mas de un dolar
esta exonerados de impuesto.


Como Mandar Aguinaldos

La gente ya empleza a hacer colas en oficinas postales para el. envio de sus
aguinaldos a series queridos en tierras forAneas.
Ya desaparecid de las vltrlnas el motivo crombtico negro y anaranjado del
"Halloween", para ser reemplazado por el verde y roio de la Navidad. Y el pa.
blico comienza a hacer sus compras, embalar sus regalos y ocultarlos en el desvan
o depositarlos en el Correo.
Prevalece, sobretodo, el deseo'de asegurarse de que los aguinaldos Ileguen a
tempo a su destino. En ese anhelo la Divisi6n de Correos de la Zona del Canal
concurre plenamente. Para mayor comodldad se hacen las sigulentes sugestiones,
que, aunque no son rigidas ya que lo mas sensato es remitir los aguinaldos lo an-
tes possible, si ofrecen una pauta a los interesados en que Ileguen antes del dia
de Navidad.
1.-Para paquetes via maritime en puntos distintos a Estados Unidos, la fecha
es hoy, 15 de Noviembre.
2.-Para paquetes via maritima a Estados Unidos la l6tima fecha seria el 10
de Diciembre.
3.-Para paquetes postales a6reos la fecha 1ltima seria el 17 de Diciembre.
La Division de Correos tambin observa que para los paquetes postales hay
que Ilenar el formulario official 2966 que debe ir adherido a cada paquete postal.
El material de tercera clause exiie el formulario 2976-A con la Declaraci6n de
Aduana sobre el contenido del paquete, o el formulario verde 2976.
Los paquetes remitidos como Materia de Primera Clase, Irrespectivamente del
peso, deben Ilevar adherido el formulario verde POD 2976.
Los paquetes por correo a6reo que pesen menos de 16 onzas Ilevan adherido el
formulario verde POD 2976. Los de mayor peso exijen la Declaraci6n de Aduana
Form. 2966.
Cierto tipo de mercaderia no es permisible en paquetes postales, Inclusive
bebidas alcoh6licas, narc6ticos, f6sforos, ciertas plants, armas que puedan llevarse
ocultas v hasta cuchillas de resort.


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?hgina DOS SPiLL WAY Novienibre 15 da 1962


NUEVOS


DIGNATARIOS


CONSEJOS CIViCOS LI
Dentro del mayor orden se ve. En la poblaci6n de Pedro Mi- votaci6n se realiz6 mediaite ia
rificaron el jueves 7 de novienm guel el 90 por ciento consigui6 novisimo sistema: voluntarios y
bre las elecciones para delegados sus votos; en Paraiso, el 80 por estudiantes dejaron papeletas de
a Iqs Consejos Civicos de las Ca- ciento; en Rainbow City el 75 per votaci6n en cada hogar, pasando
unidades no norteamerinas de c to y en Santa Cruz, s6 el mas tarde a recogerlas.
la Zona del Canal registr~ndose
tn elevado cuociente de votan- 60 par eiento. Una vez conocidos los resulta-
tes. E todas las colectividades la dos de los escrutinios se reunie-


CONSEJO CIVIC
DE PARAISO
President: Eric S. Oakley.
Vice-Pres.: George V. Ri-
chards.
Tesorero: Alfonso Alexis
Srio. de Actas: Clifton H. L6-
per.
Srio. de Correspondencia: Lee-
nardo Pennycook.
Representante ante el Gober-
nador: Herman Bayne.
Su Suplente: Ivan Haywood.
Representante ante el Congre-
so de los Consejos Civicos:
Ivan Haywood.
Su Suplente: Alfonso Alexis,
Samuel Blenman, Eiooise
Clark.
CONSEJO CIVIC
DE
PEDRO MIGUEL
President: A. Parchment.
Vicepresidente: E. Fawcett.
Represetnante ante el Gober-
mnador: Seabert Haynes
Srio.-Tesorero: Egbert Best.
Srio. de Correspondencia:
Christopher Haywood.


RAINBOW CITY
President: Wilfred E. Earrow,
(Reelegido por 3a. vezr)
Vice Presidente: Sra. Pearl
Chilcott (reelegida por 2a.
vex).
Srio. de Correspondencia: Ho-
race Roberts (reelegido).
Secretario de Actas, John Le-
wis.
Tesorero: David S. Facey, (re-
electo).
Representante ante el 'Gober-
nador: Walter Clarke.
SANTA CRUZ
President: Kenneth Haughton.
Vice-Pres.: Julian Hoyte.
Secretario: Dofa Beulah Small.
Sub-Srio.: Theophilus Peter-
kin.
Tesorero: Louis Small.
Representante ante el Gober.
nador: Louis Small.
Suplente del Representante:
Joseph French.
Representante ante Congreso
de Consejos Civicos: Theo.
philus Peterkin.
Su Suplente, Joseph French.


MUDANZA DE LA IMPRENTA


'Toda la maquinaria pesada de
la imprenta del Canal de Pana-
mi ha sido trasladada por tierra
del Atlantico al Pacifico.
El safari mecinico, que se ini-
ei6 en la costa del Atlantico ha-
ce pocas semanas, partiendo de
Mount Hope, concluy6 a la en-
trada misma de la mArgen pa-
c. ifica del Canal, en La Boca,
donde ya se hall instalada en
su sitio correspondiente la ma-
yor-parte de la maquinaria que


forma la imprenta.
Pero -adn quedan piezas por
transportar; a falta de agua he-
lada para las labores de foto-
litografia, ese trabajo tiene que
hacerse ain en Mount Hope.
La nueva Sede de la imprenta,
empero, estA de hecho en La
Boca, donde present un aspect
de colmena con sus multiples
obreros trabajando afanosamen-
te, aqui y allA, para ajustar to-
do y dejarlo como eumple.


ELIGEN


TAME RICANOS


ron los nuevos Delegados junto
con los Concejales que mantenian
su escafio para elegir la nueva
Mesa Directiva para el afio de
1964. En cuadros aparte ofrece-
mos listas de los nuevos dignata-
rios de cada Consejo Civico de


las comunidades no-norteamerica.
nas de la Zona del Canal.
La votaci6n para dignatariom
de Paraiso se efectu6 el martes
12 de los corrientes, siendo la fini-
ca excepcidn.


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JOSE ARISTIDES REMON, segundo de la izquierda, entrega al professor Oscar Suman Carrillo,
Director de Educaci6n Fisica de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, el trofeo
conquistado por el equipo de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas, que ocup6 el segundo puesto en las
competencias nacionales de nataci6n celebradas el 12 de octubre pasado en la Piscina Olimpica
de Panama. El senior Rem6n es el Presidente de la Comisi6n Nacional de Nataci6n. A la izquier-
da est el professor Alcides Bernal, de la Escuela de Paraiso, que dirigi6 el equipo, y a la dere-
cha, Harold Brown, administrator de la piscina de Rainbow City.


Yerkes y Hammond Jr. en Junta


de Registro de Ing. y Arquitectos
El Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr., ha designado a los sefiores David A.
yerkes y John R. Hlammond Jr., como miembros de la Junta de Registro de Arqui-
tectos e Ingenieros Profesionales de la Zona del Canal. El senior Yerkes es Jefe de la
Seccion de Arquitectura y el sefor Hammond Io es de la Secci6n de MecAnica del
Ramo de Electricidad y Mecanica de la Divisi6n de Ingenieria.
Yerkes reemplaza en el cargo a Roy C. Stockham, ex-Jefe de la Divisi6n de Es-
olusas y Hammond a G. A. Doyle, Jr., ex-Jefe de la Seccion de Arquitectura, quienes
ya no trabajan para la organizaci6n.
La Junta fue establecida en 1956 en conformidad con reglamentos expedido par
el Gobernador con base a la Ley Pblica 674, sobr l registry de arquitectos e in.
genieros en la Zona del Canal.
Preside la Junta A. A. Mittag, ingeniero civil de la USARSOUTHCOM.
Los otros integrantes de la Junta son L. B. Sartain, Jefe del Ramo Electricidad
y Mecanico y Donald W. Date, de la Secci6n de Arquitectura.

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ESTAS TRES NINAS de la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso aparecen durante la expo
vos folkl6ricos panameiios durante la celebraci6n de las fiestas patrias. El muestrar
montunas y las joyas que Ileva el traje tipico panamefio, fue prestado por la familiar
recida Margarita Lozano, maxima exponente del traje national panamelio. De izqui
*stan Ana Gonzalez, Marcia Titus y Yolanda Romero, luciendo esta ultime una bonito


EL SALON ABIERTO


INAUGURASE HOY
Esta noche a las ocho se inaugurara formalmente el Primer Sil6n Abierto de Ar-
tes Plasticas auspiciado por el Instituto Panameno de Arte. Participan en este primer
salon artists tanto de la Republica de Panama cuanto de la Zona del Canal y la oca-
sion marcara un hito en el desenvolvimiento artistic istmefio.
Altas personalidades del mundo official, diplomatic, social, intellectual y cultural se
daran cita en la galeria que funciona en el edificio del Magisterio Panameno Unido
en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio, Panama, para admirar las obras de pintores y escultores,
algunos de los cuales exponen su trabajo por primerisima ver.
Entre los pintores zoneitas hay un dpo madre-hiia, las sefioras Helen Rousseau y
Shirley Rousseau Murphy.
La junta calificadora seleccion6 ya las obras premiadas que consistent en un Pri-
mer Premio de $300.00; un Segundo Premio de $150.00 'y un Tercer Premio de $50.00
ademas de algunos Premios de Adquisici6n no detallados.
Los artists cuyas obras serin expuestas aparecen en la lista que aqui publicamos.
CUADROS SELECCIONADOS PARA EL SALON ABIERTO
DEL INSTITUTE PANAMENO DE ARTE.
Mike Allen 6leo
i Angel Antonio Ayara 6leo
4 Lloyd A. Bartley 6leo
6leo
Esteban Batista 6leo
Victor Osvaldo Bruce 61eo
Hector Buval 61leo
Mary L. Clark 61eo
Danila Franssineti Devins pastel
Muriel H. De Young 6leo
Eugenio A. Dunn 6leo
Jorge Dunn 61eo
Eriberto Escobar 6leo
SElva Whitman Fairchild pastel
; Carlos Alberto Gonzalez 6leo
Lilia Inms de la Guardia mosaico
i .l S.ixto Ramiro Jaramillo 6leo
6leo
Lawrence E. Leighton 6Ieo
Earl Dennis Livingston 61eo
A t Agilio Fortunato Miranda 61eo
Anita McAndrews 6leo
< Khan Du Parbhu Patel Guerrero 61eo
Carlos R. Pineda 6leo
6leo
Ins Repeto 6leo
Guillermo E. Ruiz 61eo
Helen Rousseau 6leo
SB6leo
S Shirley Rousseau-Murphy 6leo
6leo
Edgar Jay Speer 6oleo
sici6n de moti- Joan Stratford 61eo
rio de polleras, 61eo
a de la desapa- Inauguraci6n: 15 de Noviembre a las 8 p.m. en el edi-
erda a derecha ficio del Magisterio Panameio Unido.
Spollera. Clausura: 30 de Noviembre.,


LOS 0


Plgina DOS


SPILLWAY


-Nowiembre 15 do 1963













* EL LUNES A LAS 3 EMPIEZA ISMAEL LAGUNA


A


VAPULEAR


A


RAFIU


El pr6ximo lunes se celebrarS en el Palacio de los Deportes en
Paris, Francia, el esperado encuentro de boxeo entire el p6gil panamefio
del peso pluma Ismael Laguna y el nigeriano Rafiu King, a un limited de
diez asaltos.
Laguna se encuentra clasificado como el primer contender a la co-
rona mundial de la division, que ostenta el cubano Ultiminio Ramos,
mientras que King aparece en el cuarto lugar, en el escalaf6n de la Aso-
ciaci6n Mundial de Boxeo.
De acuerdo con informaciones enviadas desde Paris, los paname-
uios Laguna, su apoderadd isaac Kresch y el entrenador Ram6n "Curro"
Dosman, estan sintiendo algo de frio en la capital francesa, pero conside-
ran que ello no influirA en el combat, ya que este se llevari a cabo en
un coliseo deportivo cerrado y con calefacci6n.
Tres emisoras de radio locales hicieron las gestiones para trans-


KING


EN


PARIS


mitir directamente desde Paris este encuentro, pero se encontraron con
la intransigencia del promoter Gilberto Benaim que comenz6 cobrando
3,000 d6lares por los derechos de transmisi6n radial, bajando luego a
1,500, lo cual es impossible pagar en el Istme.
La pelea comenzara a las 3 p.m. hora de Panama.
Se est6n hacienda arreglos para obtener la transmisi6n radioca-
blegrifica del encuentro, asalto por asalto, que sera perifoneado a la fa-
naticada istmefia a media que vaya Ilegando.
La opinion informada prevee una batalla sumamente renida ya
que el nigeriano no es ning6n "pintao a la pared", ni cojo ni much
menos manco.
Sinembargo los admiradores del trompadachin colonense dan per
descontado que su idolq saldri avante, sometiendo a su contender a punta
de recios golpes para abrirse paso hacia la dispute del cetro mundial
contra el cubano Ultiminio Ramos.


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CON SU ESTANDARTE al frente, desfila por las calls de la ciudad de Col6n el con-
junto tipico del Colegio Secundario de Rainbow City, durante el gran desfile efectuado
el 5 de Noviembre con motivo de la celebraci6n del Dia de Col6n. Polleras y monturos
del conjunto tipico causaron admiraci6n entire el p6blico.


EL CONJUNTO TIPICO de la Escuela Secundaria de Parafso, tambien particip6 en el
desfile del Dia de la Bandera, el 4 de Noviembre, durante las Fiestas Patrias de la Re-
piblica de Panama. Integrantes del conjunto lucieron bonitas polleras y fueron muy
aplaudidae por el p6blico aglomerado en las aceras de la Avenida Central.


RAINBOW REPITIO SU HAZANA NAUTICA


* POR 92 A 83 VENCIO A PARAISO EN NATACION


SEEl equipo de Rainbow City volvi6 a ganar el Sexto Torneo
Anual de Nataci6n Latinoamericano, celebrado el sibado iltimo
en la piscina de Rainbow City, al acumular un total de 92 pun-
tos y medio por 83 y medio de Paraiso.
Rainbow City ha estado ganando este event desde 1957 y
recibi6 de manos del Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., el trofeo correspondiente.
El Gobernador Fleming entreg6 tambi6n el trofeo del Gober-
nador para el clAsico de las 100 yards estilo libre, para nifios
de 14 a 18 afios de edad, el cual fue ganado por Ricardo Leach,
de Paraiso, imponiendo la nueva marca de un minute, 5 ddcimros
de segundo. El record anterior era de un minute 8 d6cimos de
segundo.
Aunque Rainbow City acumul6 mas puntos en el torneo, la
Escuela de Paraiso gan6 mas pruebas, 11 de las 20 que se ce-
lebraron, mientras Rainbow City ganaba 8 y una resultaba em-
patada.
Los resultados de las competencias fueron los siguientes:
66-2/3 yards, estilo libre, 10 anios o menos, varones.
1-Carlos Navarro, Paraiso, 48.2 segundos.
2-Roberto Mayers, Rainbow City, 49.0
3-Gabriel Villeda, Paraiso, 51.5.
66-2/3 yards, estilo libre, 10 afos o menos, damas.
1-Lydia Thomas, Paraiso, 55.4
2-Estela P6rez, Paraiso, 59.2
3-Ver6nica Lewis, Rainbow City, 1:00.6
66-2/3 yards, estilo libre, 11 y 12 ailos, varones.
1-Rodolfo Mayers, Rainbow City, 45.0
2-Ruperto Maynard, Paraiso, 46.3
3-Luis Coco, Paraiso, 47.5
66-2/3 yards, estilo libre, 11 y 12 afios, damas.
1-Loretta Thomas, Paraiso, 51.3
2-Clandia Beckford, Rainbow City, 51.4
3-Elsie Drayton, Rainbow City, 55.5
100 yards, estilo libre, 13 y 14 ,aios, varones.
1-Jorge Escobar, R. City, 1:03.6
2-Raymond West, Paraiso, 1:04.7
3-Anthony Gerald, Paraiso, 1:07.7
100 yards, estilo libre, 13 y 14 afios, damas.
1-Josefina Castillo, Paraiso, 1:25
1-Carmen Escobar, Rainbow City, 1:25
(EMPATE)
2-Dacia Rowland, Rainbow City, 1:39.1
100 yards, estilo libre, 15 y 16 anios, varones.
1-Ricardo Leach, Paraiso, 1:00.4
2-Vincent Thomas, Paraiso, 1:02A4
--Alberto Aguilar, Rainbow City, 1:03.3
100 yards, estilo libre, 15 y 16 afios, dams.
1-Elida Clinton, Rainbow City, 1:17.9
--Vilma Welch, Rainbow City, 1:55.A


"./1 v a.rac- n, 5Jht *i ia,,fi nc *nlSCs a.


oW6- r== ar, oas, p *cn, f u rala c o mnorons.
1-Roberto Mayers, Rainbow City, 1:02.5
2-Oscar Hansell, Rainbow City, 1:07.4
3-Gabriel Villeda, Paraiso, 1:09.3
66-2/3 yards, pecho, 11 y 12 alos, varones.
1-Johnny Niles, Rainbow City, 56.8
2-Rodolfo Mayers, Rainbow City, 59.5
3-Guillermo Beckford, Rainbow City, 1:00.8
100 yards, pecho, 13 y 14 aios, varones.
1-Ernesto Smythie, Paraiso, 1:27.5
2-Jorge Escobar, Rainbow City, 1:29
3-Virgilio Toppin, Rainbow City, 1:30.3
100 ,ardas, pecho, 13 y 14 afos, damas.
1-Carmen Escobar, Rainbow City, 1:54.4
2-Dacia Rowland, Rainbow City, 2:24.5
3-Lydia P6rez, Paraiso,.2:55
100 yards, pecho, 15 y 16 afios, varones.
1-Antonio Rowland, Rainbow City, 1:20.5
2-Guillermo Paddyfot, Paraiso, 1:21.1
3-Walter Murrell, Paraiso, 1:24.6
-66-2/3 yards, espalda, 10 afios o menos, varones.
1-Gabriel Villeda, Paraiso, 1:01.9
2-Carlos Navarro, Paraiso
3-Thomas Hemming, Rainbow City
66-2/3 yards, espalda, 10 anos o menos, damas.
1-Estela P6rez, Paraiso, 1:11.3
2-Lydia Thomas, Paraiso, 1:17.1
3-Ver6nica Lewis, R. City, 1:20.3
66-2/3 yards, espalda, 11 y 12 aios, varones.
1-Rodolfo Mayers, Rainbow City, 55.5
2-Luis Como, Paraiso, 58.3
3-Ruperto Maynard, Paraiso, 1:00
100 yards, espalda, 13 y 14 afios, varones.
1-Anthony Gerald, Paraiso, 1:23.4
2-Luis Aguilar, Rainbow City, 1:25.1
3-George Mayers, Rainbow City, 1:27.1
100 yards, espalda, 15 y 16 anos, varones.
1-Vincent Thomas, Paraiso, 1:14.2
2-Alberto Aguilar, Rainbow City, 1:19.2
3-Marciano Phillpotts, Paraiso, 1:38.7
133-1/3 yards, combinado individual, abierto.
1-Guillermo Paddyfoot, Paraiso, 1:45.5
2-Aurelio Toppin, Rainbow City, 1:50.8
3-Vicent Thomas, Paraiso, 1:52.2
100 yards, estilo libre, 14 a 18 afios, varones,
Clisico "Trofeo del Gobernador".
1-Ricardo Leach, Paraiso, 1:00.5
2-Roberto Anderson, Rainbow City, 1:04.5
3-Edward Taylor, Rainbow City. 1:048.


Ultimos Juegos
Con dos partidos que se-
ran muy refiidos, cierra este
fin de semana una de las
femporadas de f6tbol ame-
ricano, mas emocionantes
en la historic de ese depor-
fe en el Istmo.
En la cancha del litoral
Pacifico, se enfrentaran dos
viejos rivals: Balboa Hi vs.
Crist6bal Hi, a las 7 de la
neche.
Mariana sibado a las 7
p.m. los campeones de 1963,
Ia Universidad de la Zona
del Canal, defenderan su in-
victo contra el Club Atl6tice
de la Divisi6n de Escuelas,
a quienes no se concede mu-
cha opci6n de victoria. Este
partido tambien se celebra-
ra en el Estadio de Balboa,

Fuera Con Las
Medicinas Viejas
Aproveche hoy mismo pare
darle un vistazo a su gabinete
de medicamentos a fin de
desechar los inservibles y los
ya "pasados", como aconseja
el Jefe de la Divisi6n de Me-
dicina Preventiva y Cuaren-
tena de la Zona del Canal.
La Asociacion Medica Ame-
ricana llama la atenci6n a la
conveniencia de deshacerse de
medicamentos ya dafiados; hay
muchos, como los antibi6ticos,
que deterioran con el tiempo.
Casos de malestar y nauseas
que ofrecen ciertos sintoma
de la diabefls, se hen podido
atribuir a haber ingerldo Lp.
sulas de tetracyclina ye k
jas.


Nloviembre 15 de 18963


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Noviembre 15 de 1963


SPILLWAY


Pigina s IATRO


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CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas uoe hicleron
historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Tarde de Toros
2:00-Cine en su Case
3:30-Teleteatro
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30-Jitazo Royal
7:00--E Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos
Contestan
10:30-Teleteatro
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-Reportales
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mu)Jr
5:45--Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Ajedres Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45--Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serle Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajeo
Mundialel
:00--Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartone*
5:00-Mundo do la Mulo
5:45-Fiesta do Estrollitas
6:00-Popeyo
6:30--Noticias
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biografia
8:00--Fred Astairo
Prolenta
9:00-Imperlo del Onto
10:00-Noticia*
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartoneo
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
:30O-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reporktai
Mundialem
1:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartonoe
5:00-Mundo do la MulW
5:45-F-iesta do Estrlltac
S:00--DibuJos Animadoo
6:30-Noticlas
7:00--Buqg Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surl Side 6
9:00-Los Trabaiadorel
9:30-Nick Charles
1000--Noticia
10: 15-Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00-Carnaral dr
Carton-e
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
: 15--Reportales
Mundiales
:00-Teletleatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartone
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45--Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00-Popeyo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extrato 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-Carmaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportales
Mundlales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Ccrnaval do
Cartone.
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45--Fieta de Estrellitas
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
S:00-El Fabricante do
Noticias
9:30-MantovanI
10:00-Noticiax
10:15-Sala de Proyeccl6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartonos
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine. Series Semcmal
1:30-Teletealro
3:00-ATances
3:l5-Reportcajes
Mundiales
4:00--Sarao de Tovedo
5:00-Mundo do la Mueor
5:45-Fiesta do Estrelitas
6:00-Popeyo
6:30-Notlcias
7:00-Combate
I:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


CANAL 4

DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Leclera
11:00--Slvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazajias del Espaclo
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-Encrucijada
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--in 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
S12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buena. Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00--Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00-El Hombre en el
Espacio
6:30-Yogi Boar
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Los D*lensoru
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-La Legi6n Extranoera
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenal Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:0--Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Cancioner
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildaro
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
IUEVES
11:30-Festival do
Cartones
12:1--Rev6lver a la
Orden
S12:45-Carrousel Hiplco
12:52-Noticias
1:0--Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenac Tardes
4:00-Documontal
4:90-Cocina on T.T.
5:00-Novela do las Cinco
5:30-Titeros y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventura
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
9:00-La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30-La Herencla
9:00-El Caminanto
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:O0-Serie do Aventuras
6:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Herencda
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 Infantil
Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador
Submarine
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
--8:30---Prry Mason
9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Pelicula


GENTE EN LA NOTICIA

ELVINA LANSIQUOT, oficinista
de la Secci6n de Rayos "X" del
Hospital Gorgas, estS prestando
servicios a la organizaci6n del
Canal de Panamb desde el 24 de
agosto de 1940. Su trabajo con-
siste en asignar los cupos a los
pacientes para que se les tomen
las radiografias, Informa sobre
los precious de las mismas y est
encargada de recibir el dinero
por el pago de la cantidad de
examenes que se han lievado a
cabo en la Seccl6n de Rayos "X".S :
Antes de ingresar al Hospital
Gorgas, la seiiorita Lansiquot tra-
bajo durante cinco ajios en el
antiguo Comisariato de CurundO,
pasando luego al Comisariato de
Anc6n hasta 1956, cuando fueron
cerrados al p6blico estos comisa-
riatos. Fue entonces cuando fue f
trasladada al Hospital Gorgas, In-
gresando en la misma secci6n en
la cual est actualmente. Ella
se gradu6 en el Instituto Pana-
mericano de la cludad de Pana-
ma comb Perito Mercantil. Es sol-
tera y reside en Rio Abajo. Ha '
recibido botones por 10 y 20 ae.os
de servicio con el Canal de Pana-
me.


SPILLWAY


Pubicad6n oflcial del Canal do
Panam&, impreoa semanalmento en
log tafleros do "La Etrolla do Pa-
nama' on la cludad do Panam6.
Ropablica do Panam&. So autori-
sa la roproduccd6n ya fuere verbal
o escrila, do oualquleo cr6nlca o
notica a auarocida, sn neceol
dad do solcitud oxpresa.
GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert I. lemlong, I1.
Vicoqobernador
David 3. ParkeL
1*r* do la Oflclna de Informacd6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La inlormacl6n que so desear
publcar on el SPILLWAY debo sor
rociblda on la ofidcna del o*e do
Pronsa a md6 tardar el martes on
la tardo para a pr6xima odicd6n.
Informacd6n do carter urqonto -po
dria so ontreogada el ml6rcolos y
hasta o1 Iunvoo-anto del medlodia.
Dlrigir la correspondencla a PA-
NAMA CANAL, SPILLWAY, Apar-
lado N, Balboa, Zona del Canal.



NUEVO JEFE


DE SERVICIOS


ESPE CIALE S
JOHN HARE, reci6n nombrado
Funcionario Encargado de Servi-
eios Especiales del Canal de Pa-
nama, conoce la topografia istme-
fia al dedillo. Oriundo de Nueva
Inglaterra, Hare estudi6 en la
Universidad de Massachusetts,
adiestrAndose en la arquitectura
de sardines; trabaj6 en el Club
Campestre de Newport antes de
venir al Istmo e ingresar a los
jardines experimentales de Sum-
mit, donde se planeaban las po-
blaciones correspondientes al
Tercer Juego de Exclusas. Du.
rante la Segunda Guerra Mundial
trabaj6 en menesteres de su pro-
fesi6n para la Fuerza ABrea, tan-
to en la Zona del Canal cuanto en
Panama. Mas tarde fue ingeniero
de seguridad y Jefe de la Sec-
ci6n de Licencias de Tierras.
Al ser designado para su actual
cargo ejercia el de Jefe de la
Secci6n de Licencias.
Los esposos Hare resident en
Balboa con sus cuatro hijos; el
mayor, Jeff, asiste a la Universi-
dad de la Zona del Canal.


CALENILARID l E EVENTS
NOVIEMBRE

Viernes 15: Inauguraci6n: Primer Sal6n Abierto de Artes Plas.
ticas del Instituto Panamefio de Arte.
Lugar: M. P. Unido
Hora: 8 p.m.
Clausura: 30 de Noviembre.
18 Inauguraci6n de la exposici6n de pinturas de Maria Zelinda
Johnson en la Association Panamefio-Norteamericana,
Ave. Peri a las 8 de la noche.
19 Concierto de la Banda de la Marina de Estados Unidos en
el Gimnasio Nacional de Panama a las 8 de la noche%
Gratis


Jueves


22 -


25 -


25-
26-

28-

28-

29-


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.
Exhibici6n de peliculas facilitadas por la Embajada de Ale-
mania. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana. Hora'
8 p.m. Entrada gratis.
Exposici6n sobre el Dia de Acci6n de Gracias en el se-
gundo alto de la Sede de la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norte-
americana.
Festival de Santa Catalina en Pedasi.
El Club de Fotografias se reunira en la Sede de la Aso-
ciaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana a las 8 de la noche.
Aniversario de la declaraci6n de independencia pana.
mefia de la Corona Espafiola. (1821).
Dia de Acci6n de Gracias en Estados Unidos y la Zona
del Canal. Feriado en la Zona del Canal.
Proyecci6n de peliculas documentales en la Asociaci6n Pa.
namefio-Norteameric'ana. Gratis, a las 8 de la noche.


El ex-Vicegobernador




Leber y Las Esclusas


Cuando el Brigadier General W. P. Leber abandon su elevado
cargo de Vicegobernador de la Zona del Canal, se alei6 de Panama...
pero no de canales y esclusas. Su nuevo cargo como Ingeniero de la
Divisl6n del Rio Ohio lo mantiene en menesteres que se relaclonan,
precisamente, con vias de comunicaci6n acu6tica.
Tan es asi que, en su entrega del 5 de octubre pasado, el semanfl.
rio "The Waterways Journal", trae una cr6nica, suscrita por el ex-
Vicegobernador Leber, en que se refiere a la ceremonia de inaugural.
cl6n realizada el 12 de Octubre de la represa y esclusa de
Markland, que es la tercera de un complejo de estructuras ppra fa-
cilidad de la navegaci6n fluvial que edifica la Divisi6n de Ingenleral
Military en el Rio Ohio, en poco mAs de 2 afios.
Para 1965 la cuarta de esas Instalaciones, la represa y escuela Cap.
tain Anthony Meldahl, construida a 32 millas de Cincinnati a un cost
de $72,200,000, sera puesta en servicio, culminando, en esa forma la
obra realizada sobre unas 327 millas del rio Ohio desde Huntington a
Louisville, por la Divisi6n que jefatura al Brigadier General Leber.


EN SU PANTALLA

Nov. 15 al 23 PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY

Viernes Guns of Darkness The Chapman Report Born to Sing
Owl Show Owl Show 10:30 p.m. Owl Show 10:30 p.m. Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
10:30 p.m. Tight Spot The Detective The H-Man
SAbado High Moon Merrills Marauders Hitler

Domingo y Two For The Seesaw Mermaids of Tiburon The Chapman Report
Lunes Two For The Seesaw Mermaids of Tiburon The Chapman Report

Martes Noah's Ark The Hustler and Pork Chop Hill and
Flaming Star The- Pusher
The Magnificent
MiBrcoles The Hustler and Seven & Stage I was a Teenage Werewolf and
Flaming Star Show for UF Johnny Holiday

Jueves y
Viernes Mermaids of Tiburon Two For The Seesaw Guns of Darkness


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