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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: November 23, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Thanksgivil


As the oldest and most charac-
teristic of American national holi-
days approaches, and the Canal
Zone makes plans to observe
Thanksgiving, Canal Zone Gov-
ernor Robert J. Fleming, Jr., has
drawn special attention to the
Proclamation of President John
F. Kennedy.
In designating November 28 as
this year's day of national thanks-
giving, the President of the Uni-
ted St.tes reviewed the three
centuries of its history, adding:
"Much time has passed since
the first colonists came to rocky
shores and dark forests of an
unknown continent, much time


Gift of the Panama Canal Musewr




- "For Ideals, Faith"


since President Washington led
a young people into the ex-
perience of nationhood, much
time since President Lincoln saw
the American nation through the
ordeal of fraternal war *** To-
day we are a nation *** enjoying
the fruits of an ever expanding
agriculture and industry and
achieving standards of living un-
known in previous history. We
give our humble thanks for this.
"Yet as .our power has grown,
so has our peril. Today we give
our thanks, most of all, for the
ideals of honor and faith we in-
herit from our forefathers for
the decency of purpose, stead-


fastness of resolve and strength
of will, for the courage and the
humility, which they posessed
and which we must seek every
day to emulate. As we express
our gratitude, we must never
forget that the highest apprecia.
tion is not to utter words but to
live by them.
"Let us therefore proclaim our
gratitude to Providence for man.
ifold blessings let us be hum-
bly thankful for inherited ideals
- and let us resolve to share
those blessings and those ideals
with our fellow human beings
throughout the world."


Canal At 98%


As the United Fund campaign closes, the Panama Canal stands at
slightly better than 98 percent of its dollar goal of $74 800. Actual
contributions totaled $73,372 and it is known there will be some fur-
ther receipts.
Employee groups in the Dredging Division and the Industrial Div-
ision are sponsoring shows at Santa Cruz and Rainbow City on be-
half of the United Fund. The proceeds will be given in the names
of the respective divisions.
In the overall Canal Zone United Fund drive, the total contribu-
tions have reached $135,740, which is 97 percent ol the campaign goal
Sof $140,000.
The Palm Bowl Football Game scheduled for next Wednesday
evening (story on Page 3) will make a substantial contribution, pos-
sibly as much as $2,000.
As the Spillway goes to press, about $2,250 appears lacking to
meet the goal for the United Fund.


Parents of children in first and
second grades at Ancon, Balboa,
Diablo Heights, Los Rios, Ft.
Clayton, Ft. Kobbe and Gamboa
Elementary Schools will soon find
their children bringing home a
letter announcing the Child-to-
Child Christmas Project.


It is a program started several
years ago by Sefiora Rosario de
Galindo, one of the officials of the
Panama American newspapers.
Her idea was to give each child
at a Panama school in a congested
area a personalized gift from a
more privileged child.
Up to now the gifts have come
from private school pupils in
Panama. But this year Mrs. Ga-
lindo inquired if the Canal Zone
Schools would like to join. The
response has been enthusiastic,
and the Panama Canal Women's
SWelfare Group appointed a com-
mittee to aid.
Recipients will be students at
the large Republica El Salvador
School near the Thatcher Ferry
Bridge. It is attended by hun-
dreds from the poorer streets of
Chorrillo.
When parents of Canal Zone
pupils receive these letters, it
will be their decision whether to
participate. If they do they are
to sign a statement saying "My
child has permission to accept a
letter from a child at Escuela
El Salvador."
Then the Zone child will get
a letter from a poor child, nam-
ing something he or she wants for
Christmas. It will cost under $2.
Ard the Canal Zone child will
write a letter in English to go
with the gift sent.


Sets All-Time

Hiqh Records
New all-time records for of.
ficial and public services by
the Canal Zone Library sys-
tem were set last month, an
examination of statistics re-
vealed this week.
The new marks were in an-
swering reference questions
and in circulation of library
materials.
Reference questions answer-
ed by the library system's re-
ference specialists during Oct-
ober 1963 numbered 2,191, an
increase of 12 percent over
the last record set in July of
this year.
The total circulation last
month amounted to 45,158.
This was 15 percent above the
last record in March 1963.

MEMORIAL AWARD

A $1,000 check was recently
awarded to a young woman on
behalf of the Associated Traf-
fic Clubs of America in Los
Angeles, Calif. The award, the
Fred A. Hooper Memorial
Scholarship Award, was pre-
sented in memory of Fred A.
Hooper, transportation leader
and a member of the crew
which loaded the first ship to
pass through the Panama Ca-
nal south bound.


Canal Policy Aide
Harr y C. McPherson, of
Tyler, Texas, has been named
Deputy Under Secretary of the
Army. As Deputy Under Secre-
tary for international affairs,
McPherson will be. responsible
for policy regarding the Pan-
ama Ca n a 1 organization,
Ryukyu Islands and interna-
tional organizations as they af-
fect the Army.


VOL. il No. 23


LIGHTS, SOUND, CAMERA, ACTION: A view of the office of Canal Zone Governor Robert J. Fleming, Jr,
as a German television crew filmed part of a documentary. Seated right foreground is Christoph Kai.
ser, editor with the German TV facility. Standing, holding in front of the Governor the gadget which
synchronizes film.and sound is Kaiser's wife, Helga.


Documentary For European TV


-
Carries Governor s
Scenes of the Canal Zone, the Heading the gro
Panama Canal, and the Republic Christoph Kaiser,
of Panama soon will be aired via ponsible for overse
a Second German Television do- aries for ZDF. He
cumentary to a potential TV primarily by his wif
audience of nearly 60 million in Robert Kerndorff,
West Germany plus additional They have been ir
mililons in fringe areas of neigh- Colombia recently, a
boring countries, on to Costa Rica, N
The documentary will include nezuela, Honduras,
an interview with Canal Zone and Guatemala, ten
Governor Robert J. Fleming, Jr., ning to return to
in his office in the Administra- in January to shoot
tion Building. lumentary film foot
A crew from Second German Kaiser has been
Television (Zweites Deutsches since 1959 and prior
Fernsehen) was on the Isthmus from 1956 to 1959 h
recently to shoot the film footage during documentaries
and obtain information for Ihe projection. His wif
narration, a freelance still-pho


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Wax In Milk May Be Sco


Supply Division Is Hopefi

Panama Canal milk drinkers With elimination o
who have been bedeviled by wax coating of wax arou
n the milk, and those who have tom seal of the milk
been straining milk before serv- should not be any
ng it, may be cheered to near pieces of wax in tl
hat the manufacturer of the jar loose when hand
nilk cartons is now making the The new style car
;artons without the extra thick is being used in home
'oating of wax around the hot- and will be used fo
om seam. Experiments had in- new shipments are r
licated that the loosening of the the old style carton
vax was caused by rough hand- exhausted.


ling of the milk when stacking or
loading and unloading the milk
cartons.


FRIDAY, November 22, 1963


S /

Interview
3up here was The ZDF documentary team's
editor res- base is in Mainz, Germany,/on the
as document- Rhine River near Frankfurt. Do.
was assisted cumentaries produced go on the
e, Helga, and air from Mainz and several other
cameraman, cities in which ZDF has cable
n Spain and relay stations, so that there is
and are going full coverage of West Germany.
Ficaragua, Ve- The documentary in which the
El Salvador Isthmus scenes will be seen is
tatively plan- to be entitled "United States of
the Isthmus Central America!" Major parts of
additional do- it are concerned with the Central
age. American Common Market.
in TV work The documentary output on
to that time ZDF tries, in more than 100 pro-
ad been pro- ductions per year, to picture the
as for theater world in which we live as-clearly,
fe, Helga, is intelligently, and graphically as
tographer. possible.
The aim of-the documentary is
to show the- most interesting and
tc 1,h important, the light and the ser.
tcbe bious, the small and the great
event in such a way that the view.
er can grasp and recognize the
1if background, cause and conse.
/Iv, quences of the event, to be both
entertaining and informative.
Af the double
und the bot- e
carton there
more large
he carton to
lied roughly.
rton already
,genized milk
or others as
received and
supplies are


The Supply and Community
Service Bureau has issued a me-
morandum to all people who work
with the milk cartons to handle
the milk containers with care so
that there will be a minimum of
leakers or of wax jarred loose.
The Supply Division is interest-
ed in learning the results of the
change and the former offer
stands -if any customer should
find wax, his bottle of milk will
be exchanged for a new one. The
Supply Division, however, would
like to have the customer bring
in the old bottle plus the wax
strainings.


CHRISTOPH KAISER, Second
German Television editor respond.
sible for overseas documentaries
checks blend of sound and film.


Please Send

Items Early
Because of the Thanksgiv-
ing holiday next week, con-
tributors are asked to get
material to The Spillway
early, preferably on Monday
or Tuesday.
The main body of the
paper must be processed and
closed by the late afternoon
Tuesday.
Only urgent items can be
accepted early Wednesday
morning.
The Spillway will be dis-
tributed as usual on Friday,
November 29.


SPiLnLma Cana i
PILLWAY









" SPILLWAY


November 22, 1963


Scouts of Central America


. To Inspect Canal Dec. 20


Boy Scouts and Explorers from
both the Canal Zone and the
continental United States are ex-
pected to take part in the VI
Central American Camporee to
be held in the suburb of Panama
City near Tocumen Airport.


,"" ..

HOLDING THE ANNUAL HONOR AWARD PLAQUE that will be set
up in the new building at Canal Zone College is Bert Jack Shelton V.
who received the award in 1941 and is now a teacher there.


Panamanian Honor


Grad Back At C Z.


College To Teach


A honor award graduate of the
Canal Zone Junior College is now
a teacher on the staff of the
Canal Zone College. He is Bert
Jack Shelton, who in addition to
being a honor graduate of the
class of 1941, is the first graduate
to come back to the college as a
teacher and is the first and only
Panamanian citizen on the re-
gular faculty so far.
As an honor award winner,
Shelton has his name inscribed
on a plaque which was presented
to the Junior College in 1935 by
members of the first class to
graduate. The award has been
given each year since then to a
member of the Sophomore Class
who has contributed most to its
spiritual, intellectual and extra
curricular life.
The plaque was removed from
the entrance of the former Junior
College this year when the school
became a full fledged college
and was moved to its new head-
quarters in La Boca. It will be
set up at the entrance to the
breezeway of the new building.
After completing his studies at
the Junior College in 1941, Shel-
ton enrolled in the Colorado
School of Mines and received a
degree in petroleum engineering.
He studied geology and petrol-
eum engineering at the same
school on a teaching fellowship
after getting a master's degree in
geology at Oregon State Univer-
sity.
In between the years spent
studying in the United States, he
taught geology at the University
of Panama, made a survey for
oil in the Darien region with the
Sinclair Oil Company, worked as


Women's Group

Makes Appeal

For Bed, Boxes
The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group has issued an
appeal for pillows and beds for
the "Old Peoples Home" in
Puerto Pil6n, Colon.
The group has also issued
an appeal for empty cigar
boxes. These are for use in
gift-wrapping presents for
school children in Panama.
Further information can be
obtained be calling Balboa
2-4108 or Crlstobal 3-3188.


assistant to the chief 'geologist
of the Lion Oil Company in Ar-
kansas and was employed by the
United Fruit Company when it
made a survey for oil in western
Panama.
He is qualified to teach a num-
ber of subjects but finds that his
time is well occupied with the
seven he is teaching now at the
College. They include geology,
physical science, materials of
construction, mechanical and en-
gineering drawing, chemistry and
the study of 'industry and bu-
siness.


Sixteen Western Hemisphere
nations or areas have accepted
invitations which will bring per-
haps 1,500 Scouts and Explorers
to the Camporee.
A highlight of the 10-day pro-
gram beginning December 13 and


Zone Artists Accepted In RP Show;

Joan Stratford Wins Second Place


Balboa artist Joan Stratford
was among a number of artists
from the Canal Zone whose work
was accepted by the Panama Ins-
titute of Arts for its first juried
show which opened last Friday
at the headquarters of the Ma-
gisterio Panamefio Unido.
Mrs. Stratford was awarded se-
cond prize for her oil painting
titled "Purple With Lime." This
and her other entry, "Ghost
Town," received much favorable
comment from people of many
groups and nationalities who at-
tended the opening or have since
seen the exhibit to be on display
through November 30.
(A photograph of Mrs. Strat-
ford accepting her award from
Institute president and former
diplomat Adolfo Arias, is pu-
blished on Page 1 in the Spa-
nish section.)
Mrs. Stratford had not studied
art since high school days in
Mason City, Ia., when she came
here with husband Lynn E. Strat-
ford, employed as a dispatcher
with the Canal's Electrical Div-
ision. Their two girls and a boy
are now teenagers.
Artist Stratford studied with
Agnes. (Pete) Johnson at the C.Z.
College and at the Balboa YMCA
with Panamanian painters Alberto
Dutary and Alfredo Sinclair. This
is the third local juried show she
has entered, the others having
been sponsored by the C. Z.
League of American Pen Women.
First Prize In the Institute
exhibit went to Panama artist
Antonio Alvarado whose work
was admired in a ioint Ins-
titute show this fall. Third
place was won by Panama
painter Lloyd A. Bartley who
has exhibited often. Angel An-
tonio Ayala and Khan du Par-
bhu Patel received honorable
mentions.
A mother-and-daughter team,


Brow^si9 C(ollectio.

By ELEANOR BURNHAM
Canal Zone Library


King's Orchard by Agnes
Turnbull is a memorable bio-
graphical novel about General
James O'Hara, a distinguished
pioneer, Indian fur trader, in-
dustrial developer and early
Quartermaster General of the
Army. This is a romantic tale
which will please all U. S. His-
tory fans. Miss Turnbull has a
large following who have enjoy-
ed. The Bishop's Mantle and
others of her best sellers. ...

FOR ART ENTHUSIASTS
The Unknown Shore by Dore
Ashton provides a lucid and
sympathetic account of post-
war art in short essays in which
Miss Ashton discusses the work
of such artists as Rothko, de-
Kooning, Kline, Klee and others.
Whether or not one agrees with
Miss Ashton's conclusions as to
the validity and p u r p o s e of
modern art, the account is
stimulating and provocative.
The author is widely known
through her years as art critic
on The New York Times and as
a contributor to several inter-
national magazines.
Mute Witness by Robert L. Pike
presents our old friend Lt. Clancy
of the New York 52nd Precinct
in a very difficult assignment -
that of guarding the top hoodlum
of the West Coast rackets during
his testimony before the State
Crime Commission. This is a
Crime Club Selection. Reading it
is a nervewracking experience.


The Great Auk by Allan W.
Eckert is a powerful story with
a most unusual hero the last
leader of the now extinct great
auks. This novel traces the birth,
growth and inevitable death of
this majestic bird and of the few
remaining members of his family.
There is a grave warning in this
novel reminiscent of that in
Rachel Carson's Silent Spring.
This is an entertaining book and
also an important one.
Cause for Wonder by Wright
Morris is a well-named book. It
describes a haunted castle, pro-
vides an elaborate plan made by
one of the characters for his own
funeral and presents a bizarre
group of mourners. Morris has re-
ceived three Guggenheim Fellow-
ships and a grant from the Na-
tional Institute of Arts and Let-
ters. His work is well written and
brilliant in spots but leaves a lit-
tle uncertainty as to his basic
purpose.
Sweetly Sings the Donkey by
Shealagh Delaney is a captivating
memoir by the Lancashire girl
who in 1958 at the age of 19 burst
into literary prominence with her
successful play, A Taste of Honey.
In this present narrative she re-
veals herself as a very talented
young woman who also has charm
and sensitivity.
The Neon Haystack by James
Michael Ullman earned for the
author the first prize in the
annual Inner Sanctum Mystery
Contest. This is a fast-moving,
actionpacked suspense tale which
will establish this relative new-
comer firmly in the mystery
story field.


both newcomers to the Zone, had
four oils accepted by the jury.
They are Shirley Rousseau-Mur-
phy, wife of Patrick J. Murphy,
probation officer at the U. S.
District Court, and her mother
Helen Rousseau.
Muriel D. de Young, a well
known Canal Zone artist, was
represented by an oil, as was
Elva Whitman Fairchild, who
lives in Panama City but whose
portraits have been admired at
several one-man shows in the
Canal Zone, and now hang in
many Isthmian homes.
Mary L. Clark, better known to
Canal people as a nurse at Gor-
gas, had a gay painting of flow-
er vendors near the Panama
market.
Anita McAndrews, wife of a
Canal pilot, had an interesting
collage, the only such work ac-
cepted by the jury.
Other artists in the show at
the Magisterio on Ave. K. near
the Via Brasil, in the Barrio
Juan Franco, included Mike Al-
len, Esteban Batista, Victor Os-
valdo Bruce, Hector Buval, Da-
nila Frassineti Devins, Eugenio
A. Dunn, Jorge Dunn, Eriberto
Escobar, Carlos Alberto Gonza-
lez, Lilia Ines de la Guardia, Six-
to Ramiro Jaramillo, Lawrence
Leighton, Earl Dennis Livingston,
Agilio Fortunato Miranda, Car-
los R. Pineda, ,Ines Repeto and
Edgar Jay Speer.


BALBOA
Sat.-Sun. 2:30 6:15 8:40
Monday 7:30
Tuesday 7:30
Wednesday 7:30
Thursday 6:15 8:15
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 3:00 7:00
Monday -
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Thursday *
Friday -
MARGARITA
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 p.m.
Matinee
Sunday night
Monday 7:00
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Friday -
Friday -
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
COCO SOLO
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday -7:00
Tuesday -
Wednesday 7:00
Tuesday 2:00 7:00
Friday -


ending December 22 will be Canal
Zone Day when the whole Camp-
oree will arrive by buses for a
sightseeing trip escorted by the
Canal Zone Guide Service.
Tentative plans call for a
shuttle service, with some 200
Scouts at a time taking the
trip through Gaillard Cut on
Las Cruces. The Scout visitors
also will have an opportunity
to watch ships transiting at
Miraflores Locks. They are
scheduled to visit Summit
Gardens.
About 200 Scouts and Explorers
from the Canal Zone plan to take
part in the Camporee. They are
to attend the opening session
December 14 and will return af-
ter school on Wednesday, Decem-
ber 18, or Thursday morning.
-Scouts taking part will be ex-
-cused from Canal Zone Schools
Thursday and Friday.
During the sessions, troops from
each country will have 30 min-
utes to demonstrate various scout-
ing skills.
For the closing campfire
on the night of December 20,
members of'the Order of the
Arrow of the Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone plan a fire-
lighting ceremony. Wearing
North American Indian cos-
tumes and paint, they will
put on several tribal dances-
for the whole Camporee.
The Camporee breaks up on
Sunday, December 22.
The site for the Camporee is
the Rancho Ponderosa, off the
Tocumen Road on the side toward
the Bay, not far from the air-
port.
Scout Executive 'W. Y. Comp-
ton is coordinating the program
between the Canal Zone and the
Camporee. Officials of the camp-
ing committee are Wesley Town-
send and Russell Jones.


SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN
SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN
THIS RUGGED LAND
THE MAN FROM THE DINER'S CLUB
THE MAN FROM THE DINER'S CLUB
LIMELIGHT

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

STOPOVER TOKYO

ROMAN HOLIDAY
HUD
NO SHOW
IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
DEADLY DUO
NO SHOW
THE LONGEST DAY

FLIPPER
THE LION
NO SHOW
SHOWDOWN
NO SHOW
INHERIT THE WIND
WISTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP

A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO

WISTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP
LOVE IS A BALL
LOVE IS A BALL
INHERIT THE WIND
ROMAN HOLIDAY
GOD'S LITTLE ACRE
SHOWDOWN
THE DETECTIVE

ALASKA PASSAGE
THE LONELY STAGE
THE LONELY STAGE
DIARY OF A MADMAN
QUEEN OF THE NILE
QUEEN OF THE NILE
A HOLE IN THE HEAD


ALL NIGHT SHOWS BEGIN AT 7:00/EXCEPT AS SHOWN:
SPECIAL SATURDAY SHOWS
BALBOA 10:00 p.m. (Double Feature) SAPS AT SEA, and
WILDFIRE
COCO SOLO 2:00 p.m. FRONTIER GUN
DIABLO HTS. 2:00 p.m. WOLF DOG
GAMBOA 615: p.m. THE CLOWN AND THE KID
MARGARITA 2:00 p.m. TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL
GATUN 2:00 pm. THE LOST WORLD


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THEATER SCHEDULE






Page THREE


CZC, All-Stars To Clash In UF Palm Bowl Game


The Canal Zone College
Green Devils will clash with
the Canal Zone All-Stars No-
vember 27 in the annual United
Fund Palm Bowl game in Bal-
boa Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
The interscholastic champion
college eleven, under the tute-
lage of Morris Finkelstein, will
attempt to add to its 5-0-1
record of the regular season.
The All-Stars will be coached
by Doug Litton and Louis De-
deaux, both of Cristobal High'
School.
To supplement the CHS team,
'in the Palm Bowl, .the Al-Star
coaches have selected several
boys from the other two teams
in the league, BHS and the
Schools Division Athletic Club.
Balboa High representatives -in
the game will be Bill Keene,
Tim Corrigan, Tom Whitley
and George Case. Frank Am-
miratti, John Cronan, Archie
Carroll, Harrel Womble and
Jeff Hare will be wearing the
uniforms of the Athletic Club
in the game.
The officials, headed by
Larry Chance, have donated
their time for the benefit of the
United Fund.
A highly-praised half time
ceremony has been planned by
Victor A. Herr of Balboa High
School.
A train from the Atlantic
Side has been arranged by the
United Fund Committee so that
Atlantic. Side fans may have a
convenient way of getting to
the game.
It appears that the game will
be a fairly even battle. Fans
will probably see the strong
ground game of the college,
featuring top ground gainer Jeff
Leon and Co., and the relent-
less- air attack of theAll-Stars.
CHS quarterback..Orrin Cle-
mert and AC's. Frank Am-,
miratti will undoubtedly fill the
air with footballs. It has been
reported that the All-Stars will
go primarily with the CHS
group on offense, using most of
the other boys on defense.
Palm Bowl Chairman Bill De
La Mater has announced that


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6 191
6 131
6 43
6 33

DEFENSE
Opp
Games Pts.
6 18
6 40
6 165
6 175


:t.
00
00
67
67


PPG
31.8
21.A
7.2
5,5


-Opp
PPG
3.0
6.7
27.5
29.2


Balboa Teen Club Plans
Cake Sale November .23
The Balboa Teen Club, in an
effort to raise some funds,. will
have a Cake Sale in front of the
Balboa Post Office on the morning
of November 23.
The club has requested every-
one to cooperate by purchasing
one of the .many home-made
pastries offered.


Garrulous Golfers


To Gallop Gleefully


* At Rodman Nov. 30


The "Tournament of the Cen-
tury" as far as local linksmen
are concerned will take place
November 30 on the Rodman
Golf and Country Club course.
The combatants will be the
Comptrollers and the Supply
Division.
Rules of the tournament have
been drawn up by the challen-
gers and are designed to put
all players on an "Even Ste-
phen" basis.
For one thing, no handicaps
will be allowed. Each of the
14 pairs will be matched ac-
cording to ability. And if they
are not, an adjustment will be
made after the first nine holes.
Any golfer caught practicing
or taking a lesson before the
tournament will be penalized 22
strokes.
The Official Tournament
Chairman is Capt. Bill "Smoke-
house" Wheeler, who is interna-
tionally known for his judicial
background and will definitely
lend an air of dignity with his
Unsavory decisions.
First-aid equipment will be
located on "Cardiac Hill" (hole
No. 5). This will include oxygen
(bottled) plus other life savers
to be used only by those suf-
ering from palp stations, etc.
Goldy-Locks Demers Scrap
Dealer Delux is reported to
be chomping at the bit waiting
for the chance to publicly
humiliate an entrant identified
as Sandbagger Campbell -
Jack that is.
The Supply Director is alrea-
dy preparing his acceptance
speech for the beautiful cup
which will be presented to the
winners. Art O'Leary, Deputy
Comptroller, has been advised
by the opposing team manager,
Alba Hutchings, not to bother
to prepare his acceptance
speech because his team will
not win.
A ring with a semi-precious
stone has been donated by Dick
Goodman, the pro at Rodman,
for any person who "birdies"
hole number eight.
Victory for the Supply Divi-
sion was virtually assured when
the big secret was divulged that
Executive Planning "Perted"
the plan of attack being used
by the Supply boys.
Senior 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. Frauen-
helm. J. Burgoon, J. Deslondes,
F. Day, T. Dockery and R.
Saarineno


The Comptroller hackers will
include Dick Burgoon, Bob Cof-
fey, Dale Bishop, Mal Wheeler,
Les Spencer, Tom Spencer,
Art O'Leary, Hugh Durrett,
Bert Mead, Mooney Huff, Tom
Scott, Jack Devore, Charlie Mc-
Arthur, Joe Turner, Bob Bowen
and Jack Campbell.
Players are reminded ta
bring their own caddies if pos-
sible.
The award ceremonies will
be from 4 to 12 due to the
pencil pushers from the Comp-
trollers, who will undoubtedly
desire to audit the tabulation
of the winning scores turned in
by the Supply pros.


Pink Girls

Get Certificates

For Service
Pretty girls in cherry pink,
55 strong stepped up briskly
last Saturday at Cristobal High
School to receive their certifi-
cates in a graduation ceremony
for the Civil Defense Nurse's
Aide Pink Girls Program.
,Certificates were presented
by Acting Civil Defense Chief
James A. Brigman. Col. Robert
J. Kamish, representing the
Governor, told the girls they
had "taken a few steps in the
.footprints of Florence Nigh-
tingale." Mrs. Louise Griffon,
program chairman, welcomed
the girls and the audience.
SMiss Sophie McLimans, a
Cristobal high school teacher,
and Mr. Betty Sutton, R. N.,
a hospital instructor, received
certificates for having trained
the Pink Girls.


Inter-School, SDAC Programs


Planned For Coming Months


An outline was planned for the
current interschool athletic pro-
grams at a recent athletic meet-
ing. The meeting concerned Bal-
boa High School, Canal Zone Col-
lege, Cristobal High School and
the Schools Division Athletic
Club.
It was decided that the SDAC
will participate in all sports un-
der the same eligibility rules
that prevailed during the 1963
football season.
It also was decided that all
sports will be recorded as team
sports and an interscholastic
champion declared.
Swimming is the next inter-
scholastic sport to get under way
in the 1963 program. Meets will
be held in accordance with the
1963 interscholastic rules. The
swim meet will be held on the
following dates: November 22,
quadrangular at Coco-Solo, 2 p.m.;
December 6,: quadrangular at
Coco Solo, 2 p.m.; and Decem-
ber 20, quadrangular at Balboa,
7 p.m.
The track schedule will be:
January 3, at Coco Solo, 7 p.m.;
January 10, at Balboa, 7 p.m.;
January 17, possible meet with
Latn American Schools; January
24-25, Balboa Relays at Balboa-.
Due to the limiting scheduling
days available, it was decided that
the tennis teams would play each
team once. If necessary to de-
clare a champion, the play-off will
be on January 31.
The tennis schedule: Jan. 3,
BHS-CHS, 7 p.m.; Jan. 3, SDAC-
CZC, 7 p.m.; Jan. 10, CHS-CZC,
5 p.m.; Jan. 19, SDAC-BHS, 7 p.m.;
Jan. 17, CZC-BHS, 7 p.m.; Jan. 17,
CHS-SDAC, 5 p.m.
The starting date for organized
and supervised baseball practices
has been moved to January 20.


All league games will be seven
innings, starting at 7 p.m. Double '
headers will start at 5 p.m.. The
baseball team trophy is in the
possession of BHS. Awards will
be made to the leading hitter
and the leading pitcher at the
end of the years. he SDAC will
wear the old red uniform from
Balboa High School.
The CZC coach, Morris Fink-
elstein, will organize and pub-
licize the Canal Zone College bas-
ketball invitational tournament
The admission charge for inter-
scholastic basketball games will
be 75 cents. If there are two
games, the J. V. game will start
at 6 p.m. If there is one game,
that game will start at 7 p.m.
The baseball and the basket-
ball schedules will be announced
in next week's SPILLWAY.


Ex-Gorgas Doctor

in California
Word has been received from
California that Dr. Ruth B.
Schmidt, an otolaryngologist
who left the Canal Zone this
fall after a tour of duty at
Gorgas Hospital, has opened
offices for private practice at
31542 Coast Highway, South La-
guna, and 210 Avenue del Mar,
San Clemente.
Last August, shortly before
she left for California, doctor
Schmidt was presented the Pan-
ama C a n a l's Distinguished
Service Award, highest award
of the organization. It was "for
notable service" with the Ear,
Nose and Throat Clinic at Gor-
gas Hospital.


SCHOOLS DIVISION ATHLETIC CLUB tacklers bring down a Cristo..
bal back after a short gain during one of the SDAC-CHS gridiron
clashes this year. The two teams will join forces, however, for the
1963 United Fund Palm Bowl Football Game on November 27. The
AC boys who will join the CHS squad and several Balboa High play-
ers are Frank Ammiratti, John Cronan, Archie Carroll, Harrel Womble
and Jeff Hare.


SPORTS CALENDAR

Nov. 22 Friday Triangular Swimming Meet at
Coco Solo, 2 p.m.
Nov. 27 Wednesday Football United Fund
Palm Bowl Game, at Balboa, 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 6 Friday Triangular Swimming Meet at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
Dec. 9,- Monday Track Practice Starts (boys).
Dec. 13 Friday Triangular Swimming Meet at
Coco Solo, 2 p.m.
Dec. 20 Friday Triangular Swimming Meet at
Balboa, 7 p.m.


FOUR PALM BOWL-BOUND BULLDOGS from Balboa High School pose proudly with their coach,
Stew Brown. The BHS gridders (from left, Bill Keene, George Case, Tim Corrigan and Tom Whitley)
will join the Cristobal High School Tigers and head coach Doug Litton for ,the Palm Bowl Football
Game November 27 for the benefit of the United Fund.


SPILLWAY


N M.nbkar 22 1963


there are 33 individual trophies
and one team trophy, all donat-
ed by Abernathy, S. A. These
trophies are now on display at
the Balboa Clubhouse.
Tickets are available on the
Atlantic Side from Paul Beck,
Cristobal High School; Trevor
Simons, United Fruit Co.; Don
Brayton, Railroad Division;
Vinde Ridge, Industrial Divi-
sion; Caleb Clement, Gatus
Locks; and Maurice McCul-
lough, Motor Transportation
Division.
Pacific Side fans who intend
to attend the game may pur-
chEase -their .tickets' from Bill
De La Mater, Charles Mc-.
Arthur or Dick Egolf. They
may also be obtained at the
Balboa Heights Administration
Building Information Desk "or
the Canal Zone College office.
FINAL STANDINGS


Team
czc
CHS
BHS
SDAC


Team .
CZC
CHS
BHS
SDAC



team
CZC-
CHS
BHS
SDAC.








Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


November 22, 1963


Time was when not only an
admeasurer but also a customs
inspector and an immigration
man clambered up the side of
every ship that showed in the
outer harbor of Balboa, whether
he vessel sought transit or a
berth in port.
E a c h man had different
duties in connection with ins-
pections and documents for
transits, or for entering the
harbor to anchor or come to a
pier.
But around 1954 these duties
were consolidated. Since then.
the admeasurers, who:. board
vessels to measure. them for
tolls purposes, have also handl-.
ed the other work routinely,
unless special immigration or
customs problems arise.
At any hour of the day or
nIight a call may come for an
admeasurer. When a man is as-
signed he goes to the rack
where each of the 11 admea-
surers keeps his boarding bag.
Inside each bag are a 50-ft
tape measure, scaled down to
tenths of an inch, notebooks,
various forms and regulations,
a flashlight and a roll of paper
towels (sometimes it's wet,
dirty work).-To this the indi-


S s s -. ,


HERBERT A. GREENE is one
of several Senior Admeasurers
at Balboa. He was brought to
the Canal Zone by his Army of-
ficer father and worked his first
day for the Canal during the
locks overhaul of 1939. He also
operated h e a v y equipment,
graduated from Cristobal High
and served with the Air Force,
where he developed a strong
bent toward electronics that he
uses today as a ham radio
operator. He came with Cus-
toms in 1941. With his wife,
Laverne, a former New Jersey
girl, he lives in Balboa, where
their home is shared by 8-year-
old Barbara Anne. She is not
only an active 3rd grade stu-
dent at Balboa Elementary but
quick with hands and ideas, so
quick that she put together and
painted the model of the Navy
destroyer, the USS Halford, dis-
played in Daddy's office. Herb
makes a point of encouraging
her interest in a thousand
things, especially those found
around the family's weekend
cottage at Gorgona Beach.



Official Notices
During the period while F. H.
Lerchen is on leave. E. W.
Zelnick wil act as Designing
Engineer.

Health Director Sh
Col. Robert J. Kamish, Canal
Health Director, returned to his
home town (New Prague, Minn.)
last month and spoke to a group
about the Canal Zone. The visit
was made while Col. Kamish was
en route from Washington, D. C.,
to a medical convention in San
Francisco, Calif.
Movies and slides brought from
Panama illustrated Col. Kamish's
talk, which dealt with the history,


vidual may add such things a
candy bar or two, in case
there's a long wait somewhere.
Atop the rack are models of
several familiar Canal custo-
mers. Some models are so true
to scale and design that they
can be used to instruct about


Non-U.S. Citizens

Still Can Get

Health Insurance
Next week is the final week
during which non-U.S. citizen
employees may enroll in their
Health Insurance Group.
To be eligible for this plan,
such employees must be in per-
manent status and have a re-
gularly scheduled tour of duty.
Non-citizen interns are an excep-
tion to these requirements.
If you or a member of your
family have been unable to enroll
in tris Health Insurance because
of a history of physical or mental
impairment, this "open season"
means you may now be accept-
ed, provided you make applica-
tion before November 30.
Except during the open season
which ends next week, non-U. S.
citizens who wish the protection
of this plan can only enroll on
a selective basis, unless they have
just been hired.
Leaflets describing the bene-
fits of the plan are available.
Forms for enrollment may now
be obtained from your unit's
insurance representative.
He will send your completed
applications to the Employee Ser-
vices Branch, Box 2012, Balboa
Heights, C.Z.

Lows PC Slides
development and operation of the
Canal Zone.
Also present for the talk, which'
was held in the New Prague Me-
morial Library, were Col. Kamish's
mother, Mrs. Rudolph Kamish,
and his sister, Mrs. Adeline Musil,
both of New Prague. The pro-
gram was sponsored the Friends
of the Library organization and
its board of directors as part of
the library's adult services pro-
gram.


pipelines and firefightingr
The model craft include the
hospital ship Hope, a Navy des-
troyer, a tuna boat, a modern
tanker, a Norwegian freighter,
the nuclear-powered ship Savan-
nah and the luxury cruise liner
Oriana.


THE CHIEF ADMEASURER,
Robert E. Medinger, was born
with the Canal in his bones. It
came as natural to him as fish-
ing would to a Gloucesterman,
for both his father and a grand-
father served the waterway.
Grandfather came as a loco-
motive engineer with the Isth-
mian Canal Commission. The
Admeasurer's father was the
late Gus Medinger, a well
known Isthmian who retired as
Supt. of the Dredging Division
and had also been Deputy Ma-
rine Director ard Director of
Terminals. After Balboa High,
a turn at Junior College and a
hitch in the Navy, Bob studied
industrial engineering at Geor-
gia Tech. He and Mrs. Medin-
ger live in Los Rios with their
young son and two daughters.
Bob enjoys sports, especially
fishing and volleyball, but most
of all golf. He usually plays at
Panama Golf Club, has to cope
with a handicap of only seven
when he starts a game.

Public Invited

To School Debate

On Moo Flight
Ba.lboa High School has
scheduled a series of formal
interclass debates on the sub-
ject of the United States pro-
gram for manned flight to the
moon.
The first debate was held
Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the au-
ditorium of the activities build-
ing.
Teams from the Senior and
Sophomore classes took part.
A total of six debates will be
held, with each class debating
each of the other classes. The
second debate in the series will
be on Tuesday, November 26
between the Freshman and
Junior classes.
The public is invited.


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


LAURA MCAARTHUR, fifth grade pupil at the Balboa Elementary
School, is shown operating a Brailler Printer just after the printer
was presented the school by the American Legion Auxiliary, Panama
Canal Post No. 1, of Fort Amador. At right is Mrs. Lillian Beal,
Special Education teacher In the Canal Zone Division of Schools. The
presentation of the Brailler Printer was made to the Balboa Ele-
mentary School as part of the Legion Auxiliary's participation in
American Education Week.


COMING

EVENTS
November 22-Exhibition of
Paintings by Maria Zelinda
Johnson at Panamanian-North
American Association con-
tinues.
November 22-Harvest Moon
Ball, by Sweet Adelines, Sky-
room, Atlantic side, 9 p.m.
November 22-Mosaics by Mrs.
Colombia de Arcia continuing
through December 9 at Pan-
amanian-North American As-
sociation, Colon.
November 22-27-First annual
art show of Curundu Women's
Club at Curundu Teen Club.
November 22-30-First juried
show of Institute of Arts at
Casa del Magist'io Unido,
Barrio Juan Franco.
November 22-24-"Room Serv-
ice" continues at France
Field Little Theater, Curtain
8 p.m. Tickets $1.25.
November 25-30-Sala 44 pre-
sents Eugene O'Neill's "Lar-
go Viaje de un Dia Hacia la
Noche", Long Day's Journey
Into Night). Theater at Calle
44, No. 14. Tickets through
Panama 3-8475.
Nove m.b e r 25-Gold Coast
Orchid Society, Gatun, 7:30
p.m.
November 27-U n it e d Fund
Palm Bowl Football Game,
.Balboa Stadium, 7:30 p.m.,
between Canal Zone College
and All Stars. .
November 28-Thanksgiving
Day (Holiday on Canal Zone):
November 28-Anniversary of
Panama's Independence from
Spain (Holiday in the Repu-
blic).
November 30-Soroptimist Club,
pre-holiday dance, Washing-
ton Hotel. Colon, 9 p.m.



Exams For Many

Jobs Are Set
The Canal Zone Civilian Per-
sonnel Policy Coordinating Board,
Central Employment Office, has
announced examinations, tenta-
tively scheduled to be given dur-
ing December, January, February
and March.
The cutoff date is the last day
on which applications can be
taken for that particular test.
However, if the announcement is
still open, applications received
after that date will be held for
the next future examination.
Examinations, cutoff dates and
dates of exams are:
Distribution Clerk, Substitute,
11/22 12,7; Clerk-Typist Steno-
grapher, 11/29 12/14; Account-
ing Clerk/Accounting Technician,
12/5 12/18; Recreation Assistant,
12/20 1/3; Clerk, 12/24 1/6;
Police Private, 12/27 1/10; Cons-
truction Inspector, 12/27 1/12.
Clerk Typist Stenographer,
12 '31 1/14; Accountant, 1/10 -
1/24; Office Machine Operator,
1/13 1/27; Surveying Aid, 1/23 -
2/5; Federal Service Entrance
Examination, 1/31 2/15; Clerk-
Typist-Stenographer, 2/10 2/24;
Guard, 2-24 3/9; Shorthand Re-
porter, 2/27 3/12.


SCN-TV



SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade ol Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-Contrails
4:30-Communism-Myth
vs. Reality
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Chrmpionship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Tomorrow
7:30-Ddnny Thomas
8:00-Ea Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS IN
REVIEW
9:00---Miss 'Universe
Pageant
10:30-What's My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: U.S. Steel
Hour
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-- agic Land of
Alakazam
5:30-Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Global Zo6el
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 -
"This Is My Love"
10:30-EBF: "Living City"
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-Armchair Theater -
"Buckskin Frontier"
10:30-Thim Man
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Jack Paar
WEDNESDAY
4:50--BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-Boots and Saddles
600--FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-AROUND AND
ABOUT
7:IS-Newsreel
7:30-Flight
8:00-Perry Come
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Playhouse 90
10:30-Ted Mack
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-Science in Action
,6:00-FOVR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Pat Boone Show
8:00-Talent Scouts
8:55-SCN NEWS
:00--Westinghouse
resents
10:00-Sing Along With
Mitch
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
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-Showcase
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Price is Right
9:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN BOWLING
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen Show
SATURDAY
1:00-Caroon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Saturday Double
Feature:
"This is My Love"
and "Buckskin
Frontier'
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-As Ceaser Sees It
7:30-To Tell the Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Circle Theater
10:00-Fight of the Week
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen


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DOCUMENTAL SOBRE


EN TELEVISORA DE
Escenas tipicas de la Zona del trar el mundo en que vivimos de
Canal, el Canal de Panama y la la manera mas grafica, clara e
Repiblica de Panama serAn pre- inteligente possible. Es el obje-
sentadas pr6ximamente median- tivo del documental presenter lo
te un documental de la Segunda mas interesante e important, lo
Televisora Alemana a un pdblico liviano y lo serio y el event mas
potential de casi 60 millones de
televidentes de la Alemania Occi-
dental y otros millones adiciona-
les de las areas adyacentes de JOVENPANAM
los paises vecinos.
El documental incluira una en- EN UNIVERSII
trevista con el Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fle-UNIVERSI
ming, Jr., en su despacho en el BERT JACK SHELTON VELAS-
Edificio de la Administraci6n. BERT JACK SHELTON VE g a-
Una cuadrilla de tecnicos de la QUEZ, a mAs de haberse gradua-
Segunda Televisora Alemana do con honored en 1941, es el pri-
'(Zweite Deutsches Fernsehen) es- mer graduando que retorna a su
tuvo en fecha reciente en el Ist- Alma Mkter de la Universidad de
mo para filmar la pelicula y obte- la Zona del Canal como profe-
ner la informaci6n necesaria para sor..., y el primer ciudadano
la narracin panameio que mantiene catedra
permanent en ese centro de es-
Encabezaba el grupo Christoph tudios acad6micos.
Kaiser, jefe de redacci6n respon- Como ganador de premio de ho-
sable por los documentales ex-
tranjeros de la ZDF. Figuraban nor, Shelton tiene su nombre
como ayudantes su esposa, Hel- grabado en la placa de bronce
ga, y Robert Kerndorff, camaro que fue presentada al colegio
grafo. Han estado recientemente pre-universitario en 1935 por los
en Espaia y en Colombia y pien- primeros graduandos que alli se
san seguir hacia Costa Rica, Ni- recibieron. (Ver foto en la secci6n
caragua, Venezuela, Honduras, El inglesa). La distinci6n le ha side
Salvador, y Guatemala planeando concedida desde entonces anual-
retornar al Istmo en enero para- mente al estudiante de segundo
filmar mas material para el docu- afio que mas haya contribuido a
mental, la vida spiritual e intellectual
Kaiser ha estado asociado en del colegio, y sus actividades ex-
trabajos de television desde 1959 tra-curriculares.
y anteriormente, del 1956 al 1959, La placa fue retirada del an-
estuvo produciendo documenta- tiguo colegio pre-universitario y
les para presertaci6n en los tea- trasladada al nuevo Campus Uni-
tros. Su esposa, Helga, es una versitario en La Boca, donde sera
fot6grafa independiente de vistas colocada a la entrada del edificio
fijas. principal.
Sc d Al recibirse aqui, Shelton se
Punto central de las operacio- .-
nes del grupo t6cnico de los do-
cumentales de la ZDF se encuen-
tra en Mainz, Alemania, sobre el
Rio Rhin en las cercanias de
Frankfurt. Los documertales que E o
se produce son televisados des-
de Mainz y varias otras ciudades
en las cuales ZDF tiene emisoras
de redifusi6n de manera que cu-
bren enteramente el area de Ale-
mania Occidental. a r t i
El documental que incluye las Con un spectacular pa
escenas del Istmo sera intitula- o o ie cer
do "Estados Unidos de Cerntro les 27 de los corrientes, cer
AmBrica?" y parties principles Unido de la Zona del Canal
del mismo se refieren al Merca- f6tbol como lo practican en
do Comun Centroamericano. desfiles, bandas de m6sica y
La empresa ZDF se esfuerzanfrntarn n la ca
mediante mas de 100 documenta- Se enfrentaran en la ca
les producidos anualmente en mos versidad de la Zona del Car


iniciandose el juego a las 7:
Un tren especial vendr
atlantica que desean present
para el Fondo Unido.
Otras fuentes revelaron
98 por ciento de su cuotra d
Un grupo de empleado
cian espectaculos en Santa
Unido. La campaiia global
la meta fijada.


EL ISTMO


ALEMANIA
pequefio y el mAs grande de ma-
nera tal que el expectador pueda
captar y reconocer el ambiente
de fondo, la causa y consecuen-
cias del event de forma infor-
mativa y a la vez distrayente.


IENO: PROFESSOR


)AD DE LA ZONA
matricul6 en la Escuela de Minas
de Colorado, recibi6ndose de in-
geniero en petr6leos, mereciendo
una beca para estudiar geologia
e ingenieria de petr6leos en el
mismo plantel, despu6s de obte-
ner su Master's en geologia en
la Universidad del Estado de
Oregon.
Shelton dict6 varies cursos de
geologia en la Universidad de
Panama, hizo exploraciones pe-
troliferas en el Darien para la
Sinclair Oil Company y trabaj6
como ayudante al jefe de ge6-
logos de la Lion Oil Company de
Arkansas; tambi6n hizo explora-
clones petroliferas para la United
Fruit Company en el occidente
de Panama.
En el interim continue sus es-
tudios y es tenido por muy doctor
en numerosas asignaturas, de las
cuales ensefia siete en la Uni-
versidad zoneita. Sus catedras
comprenden la de geologia, cien-
cia fisica, materials de construe-
ci6n, disefos mecanicos y de in-
genieria, quimica y administra-
ci6n de negocios.


w.. .,.. .,i, : ... ~ j ..u;.- A


Proclama Sobre El Dia De


Accion De Gracias El 28


Por Cuanto Que yo, JOHN F.
KENNEDY, Presidente de los Es-
tados Unidos de Am6rica en con-
sonancia con la resoluci6n con-
junta del Congreso aprobada el
26 de diciembre de 1941, por la
que se design el cuarto iueves
de noviembre de todos los afios
como Dia de Accidn de Gracias,
per la present proclamo el iue-
ves dia 28 del present mes y
afio como dia de acci6n -de gra.
cias national.
Reza la parte resolutiva de la
proclamaci6n hecha por el Primer
Magistrado de Estados Unidos y
que el Gobernador Robert J. Fle-


Entusiasmo Por



Del Palm Bowl
irtido nocturno de f0tbol americano, fijado para el mi6rco-
rar la campafia de 1963 para recabar fondos para el Fondo
. No se trata inicamente de otro juego del etnocionante
I Norambrica, sino de un gran espectaculo que comprende
y today una vistosa ceremonia a mitad del partido.
ncha del estadio de Balboa los DIABLOS VERDES de la Uni-
aal con un Seleccionado de Estrellas de la Zona del Canal,
30 de la noche.
a de Col6n para traer a los numerosos fanaticos de la costa
ciar el partido, que se espera que produzca mas de $2,000

I que hasta la fecha al Canal de Panama ha suscrito mas del
le $74.800, alcanzando ya la cifra de $73,372.00.
s de la Divisi6n de Dragas y de la Divisi6n Industrial auspi-
Cruz y en Rainbow City a beneficio tambi6n del Fondo
ha producido ya $125,740 de los $140,000 que representan


ming, Jr., Ileva a la atenci6n de
todos los residents de la Zona
del Canal y funcionarios de la
organizaci6n del Canal de Pana-
mi.
Al sefialar que la fecha citada
sera dia feriado en la Zona del
Canal, el Gobernador Fleming po-
ne de manifiesto concepts con.
tenidos en ]a proclamaci6n pre-
sidencial.
"Ha transcurrido much tiem-
po desde que los primeros colo-
nos pusieron pie por vez prime.
ra sobre las playas rocosas y los
bosques espesos de un continent
desconocido, y adn desde que el
President Washington serial6 el
camino a la gente joven para fun-
dirla en una naci6n, o aun desde
que el Presidente Lincoln llev6
de la mano a la naci6n nortea-
mericana a trav6s de una contien-
da fratricida -- y en estos iiltimos
afios tanto nuestra poblaci6n, co-
mo nuestra abundancia y ooderio
ban ido creciendo por igual Hoy
en dia somos una naci6n de casi
doscientos millones de almas de
una costa a la otra, hasta llegar
al Pacifico, por el oeste y a ra
region del Artico pur el, norte,
una naci6n en pleno goce de una
creciente agriculture e industrial
que ha logrado niveles de vida
desconocidos en la historic pasa-
da. Por esos frutos dams nues-
tras humildes gracias', dice el
President Kennedy, afiadiendo:
"Proclamemos esa nuestra grati-
tud a la Provincia por las m6lti-
ples bendiciones estemos hu.
mildemente agradecidos por los
ideales que hemos Heredado y
resolvamos compartir esas bendi-
ciones y esos ideales con nues-
tros semejantes en todo el mun-
do".


JOAN STRATFORD GANO EL 20


PREMIO DEL SALON ABIERTO



fly,


E .l Canal de Pianfam





PILLWAY


VOL. 11 No. 23 VIERNES, Noviembre 22, 1963




ASEGURESE AHORA QUE



PARA LUEGO ES TARDE


JOAN STRATFORD, artist de la Zona del Canal, gan6 el Segundo Premio en el hist6rico Primer Sal6n
Abierto de Artes Plasticas celebrado bajo los auspicios del Instituto de Arte de- Panama y que se inau-
gur6 el viernes pasado en la galeria del edificio del Magisterio Panameio Unido en la Urbanizacion
Obarrio, Panami. Altas personalidades del mundo cultural, intellectual y artistic se dieron cita en el
lugar mencionado para admirar las obras de los 29 artists, seleccionados entire un grupo de 45 que so-
metieron trabajos para este gran certamen. El Presidente del Instituto, don Adolfo Arias Espinosa, hizo
entrega de los premios, correspondiendo el primero al pintor panamefio Antonio Alvarado, el segundo a
a soeiora Stratford y el tercero a Lloyd A. Bartley, Angel Antonio Ayala y Khan Du Parbhu Patel obtu-
vieron Mencien Honorifica por sus obras. Joan Stratford ha sido muy felicitada por sw merecide trlun-
fo artistic.


Empleados no-norteamericanos
que no se hubiesen enrolado auin
en el Plan de Seguro de Salud en
Grupo podrian hacerlo ahora.
Si usted o miembro de su fa-
milia, no han podido enrolarse en
el pasado en este plan debido a
historical fisico o mental que lo
impedia, puede hacerlo ahora.
Pero deben someter su solicitud
antes del 30 de noviembre, 1963.
Para ser eligible se require
tener ocupaci6n o empleo de ca-
rActer permanent, no ser ciuda-
dano norte-americano y tener una
jornada de trabajo regularizada.
Los interns constituyen una ex-


cepci6n.
Si la protecci6n que lo cubria
estaba limitada por alguna "cau-
sal" que excluia ciertas dolen-
cias fisica o mentales, esa condi-
ci6n desaparecera, sin que se re-
quiera ninguna solicitud de su
parte para ello.
Si ya ha recibido los nuevos
formularios de solicitud de su se-
guro, ll1nelos ahora mismo y en-
tr6guelos al representante del se-
guro en su dependencia higa-
los llegar a:
Employee Service Branch
Box 2012, Balboa Heights.


Visitantes de la
Semana
Esclusas de Miraflores 2,676
Esclusas de Gat6n 217
Las Cruces, 8 viajes 1,115
2 barcos de pasajeros 1,409
Otras giras 31
Gran Total 5,448






#9gk 00OS


SPILLWAY


Noviembre 22 de 1963


No S6lo De Mensura Se


Encarga El Arqueador
En aiios pasados no s61o los ser que surjan problems de
arqueadores abordaban las naves aduana o migraci6n.
en trinsito que se disponian, ora Los arqueadores estin dispo-
a cruzar el Canal, era a atracar nibles a toda hora del dia y de
a sus muelles; tambi6n los inspec- la noche y cuando alguno es Ila-
tores de aduana y los de inmigra- mado, echa mane de su mochila,
cion escalaban el costado del va- donde siempre tiene lists los ms-
per afuera de la entrada Pacifi- trumentos de su oficio: cinta de
ca, en Balboa. 50 pies, en escalas de d6cimos de
SCada quien atendia a sus obli- pulgada; cuadernos para anota-
gaciones relacionadas con la na- clones, formularios reglamenta-
ve, su inspecci6n, examen de su rios, linterna sorda (flash-light),
documentaci6n y otros detalles tohallas de papel, y otros articu-
anejos al arribo a un puerto. los. Algunos incluyen chocola-
Pero en 1954 esas funciones tes o confites para las largas es-
fueron consolidadas; desde en- peras, o la prolongada vigilia.
tonces los arqueadores abordan El Arqueador (ver foto en sec-
los buques para su mensura y fi- ci6n inglesa) estf como el bombe-
jaci6n del peaje que deben cu- re el boy scout, siempre list y
brir, tambi6n atienden a los de- preparado para tender cualquier
mis detalles reglamentarios, a no llamada.


Trillizos y Mellizas



En el Hospital Gorgas

La explosion demogrifica trae Obst6trieo, fueron los m6dicos
bastante ocupados a m6dicos y ,encargados del equipo de mddi-
enfermeras del hospital Gorgas, cos que asistieron los parts ci-
secci6n de maternidad, en los fil- tados arriba.
times dias. (Al cerrar plans se nos entera
No acababan de tender el tri- de que no es improbable que
part (trillizos) del dia 14 cuando nazcan nuevas parejas de melli-
un par de lindas mellizas nacian zos en el curse de las pr6ximas
a la vida, seguidas el 16 per otro semanas. Mientras tanto, m6dicos
par de mellicitas y el martes 19 y enfermeras informaban que tan-
en la mafiana por otro par mis. tos los trillizos cuanto los 3 pares
Para resumir: trillizos y 3 pares de mellizos se encuentran bien).
de mellizos en menos de una se-
mana! ...
Las incubadoras casi no daban
abasto para tanto recidn nacido; 55 M ucha l
wichosamente el dltimo par de
ieUiizas lucian fornidas y robus-
tas y capaces de ser acomoda-
das en sus respectivas cunitas
con entera seguridad.
Los trillizos ocuparon el nue- La escuela secundaria de Cris-
vo tipo de cunitas conocidas co- t6bal continia incrementando las
me "isoletas", que mantienen a filas de las ayudantes de enter
bcb6s prematuros en una tempe- meras de las muchachas Rosadas
ratura stable y circundados de de la Defensa' Civil de la Zona del
S aire clido y esterilizado. Canal. Recientemente 55 i6venes
S! primer par de mellizas, que de ese plantel recibieron sus cer-
pc:aron entire 3 y 4 libras, ocup6 tificados de capacitaci6n de ma-
i!s incubadoras de tipo corriente. nos de James A. Brigman, Jefe
'Todos los nenes 4 chicos y 5 Interino de la Defensa Civil del
niritas la pasan bien. Canal de Panami. La Legi6n
Los trillizos fueron los prime- Americana Auxiliar entreg6 a las
ros en nacer en el hospital Gor- J6venes sus respectivas insignias.
gas en muches afios y ciertamente niapresentantes de varias ora-
l, primerisimos en el anexo de Reprnizaciones del Canal de varias oga-
Obstetricia y Ginecologia. Son sus nizaciones del Canal de PanamiE,
padres el Especialista, Cuarto de los Consejos Civicos, del Ej6r-
Grado, y la sefiora de Randolph
Franklin, de Fuerte Clayton. SOBRE PANAMA
Las mellizas, nacidas el mismo HABLO KAMISH
dia, son hijas de Luis A. Nieto y El Director de Salubridad, Co-
se-iord, de Paraiso. El trabaja en ronel Robert J. Kamish, ofreci6
la Division de Navegaci6n. un charla sobre Panami, apro-
El segundo par de mellizas na- vechando su reciente vista a
cidas el dia 16 en la mafana son vehando su reciente visit ael mes
hijas de Joseph E. Gray y sefio- Nueva Praga, Minnesota, el mes
ra, de Rio Abajo. El padre tra- pasado, cuando se hallaba de pa-
ra, de Rio Abajo. El padre tra- so para una Convenci6n m6dica
so para una Convenei6n mddica
baja en la Divisi6n de Dragas. en San Francisco de California.
El tercer par de mellizos re- La practice fue ilustrada con
sult6 una pareja de varoncito y na cinta y con proyecciones de
mujtwrcita, hijosra de Aleaio A diapositivos a colors. El Coronel
Brathwa atait s ra, de Rio Aba- habl6 sobre la historic, desarrollo
jo. Papa Brathwaite trabaja en la y operation del Canal y de la
lavanderia de Anc6n. y operaci6n del Canal y de a
Zona del Canal en program aus-
El Dr. W. F. Short y el Dr. Ro- piciado por los Amigos de la Bi-
geiio Arias, sub-Jefe del Servicio blioteca de su pueblo natal ....



-Amantes de Danzas Aintiguas
Amantes de Danzas Antiguas


Deploran Par
A Ross Cunningham se atribuye
el renacimiento en el Istmo del
grAcil baile de la Cuadrilla o
lancero, tipo interior de los Es-
tados Unidos. El senior Cunning-
ham, quien se jubilari este mes,
despu6s de 35 afios de servicios,
es el fundador, sost6n y guia es-
telar del Grupo "Star & Circle".
tan conocido aqui y en todo Pa-
nama.
Experto- animador de lanceros,'
comparte con su esposa su entu-
siasmo por estos bailes de anta-
io, tan caballerezcos y de refi-
nada elegancia, que ellos prefie-
ren mil veces a la catalepsia del'
twist y otras contorsiones que se
estilan en las pistas de bailes mo-
dernas.
Los esposos Cunningham se in-
teresaron en el square dance, co-
mo se le denomina en Estados
Unidoe, en 1942, cuando se aso-


tida de Ross
ciaron al grupo conocido como los
"Anc6n Promenaiders", del que
eman6 el actual grupo Star &
Circle.
Este tiltimo es tan diestro que
con frecuencia se le solicit para
espectaculos televisados y en
otros sitios.
Oriundo de Missouri, Cunning-
ham vino al istmo en 1928 a tra-
bajar por la organizaci6n del Ca-
nal; ha residido en ambas costas
del Istmo y durante casi 35 afios
ha estado conectado con la Con-
taduria. AdemAs de su interns
en las danzas de sal6n, Cunning-
ham dedic6 sus energies al es-
coutismo y la Liga Infantil de
Pelota, asi como a actividades de
su iglesia y hermandad; sus pa-
satiempos preferidos son el golf,
la pesca y la caza, asi comO e1
juego de billares.


las Rosadas


in Cristobal
cite de Estados Unidos, de la Le-
gi6n Americana Auxiliary de la
Legi6n Americana, de la Cruz Ro-
ja Americana y de los Servicios
Voluntaries, estuvieron presents
en la ceremonia, en la cual el
Director de Salubridad, Coronel
Robert J. Kamish, llev6 la pala-
bra a nombre del Gobernador Ro-
bert J. Fleming, Jr.

AGUA DEL CANAL DE PA-
NAMA fue mezclada con agua
del Rio San Antonio recien-
temente en un acto simboli-
co de la alnistad hemisf6rica
entire Panama y los Estados
Unidos. El acto se realize
durante las festividades rela-
cionadas con el 609 aniversa-
rio de la independencia de
Panamb.
Varios cientos de tejanos,
procedentes de San Antonio,
visitarin a principios del afio
entrant el Istmo, durante
una jira par Centro Am6rica.


Escrutinio Final Para


Polemica. Sobre
Viaje a la Luna
Novedosa pol6mica sobre el
program norte-americano del en-
vio de un hombre a la Luna se
celebra en la escuela secunda-
ria de Balboa. Los debates entire
varias elases se iniciaron el mar-
tes a las 3 de la tarde en el au-
ditorio y continuarAn el martes
entrante en el mismo sitio.
Polemistas del Segundo Afio se
enfrentaron a los Graduandos en
el primer debate colegial.
En total se realizarAn seis se-
siones, alternAndose los Grados
que se enfrenten. En la del mar-
tes, polemistas del Primer Afio
discutirin contra los del pendlti-
mo afio.
El pdblico, especialmente los
Padres de Familia, pueden asistir
a los interesantes debates.
NOVEDADES, el gran diario de
Ciudad de M6xico, public el 19
de Octubre en su secci6n de Ma-
gazine, una cr6nica ilustrada de
la autoria de Jorge Isaac Teno-
rio Bahena, sobre el Canal de Pa-
nami, dAndole gran despliegue.
El texto hace un recuento hist6ri-
co de la idea del canal interocea-
nico desde los dias del Adelanta-
do del Mar del Sur, Vasco Ntnfiez
de Balboa, hasta la construcci6n
del Canal y del puente Thatcher
Ferry que une las Am6ricas.
La seiiora Mary B. Journeay, de
Diablo Heights, tiene algunos
ejemplares sobrantes de nume-
ros viejos del Reveiw del Canal
de Panama, que estaria dispues-
ta a facilitar a compafieros de la-
bores que las requiriesen para
completar sus colecciones de la
revista.
El apartado postal de la sefiora
Journeay es el n6mero 235, de
Balboa, Zona del Canal.


La Reina di

Esta noche seri elegida la Rei-
na del Campus de 1963 y del Prom
del Colegio Secundario de Rain-
bow City, cuando se lleve a ca-
bo el iltimo escrutinio en el Gim-
nasio de Rainbow City,
Seis candidates, todas dignas
de un trono, se disputan el rei-
nado.
Hasta el memento la sefiorita
Christina Bowen Ileva una leave
ventaja sobre sus dos mas cerca-
nas competidoras, las sefioritas
Beverly Sobers y Gloria Iglesias.
Cerca estdn tambi6n las encanta-
doras sefioritas Marcia Cockburn,
'Gloria Brandford y Myrna Innis.
Este concurs, que ha llamado
la atenci6n del estudiantado y de
la comunidad en general por el
interns de las participants y de
sus seguidoras, tendra su punto
culminante esta noche cuando se
verificara el tercer y filtimo es-


NUEVOS ENVASES EVITARAN


PARTICULAR DE CERA EN LA


LECHE QUE SE VENDE AQUI


Los consumidores de lech
ca envasada en cartones e
dos, que venian encontrand
ticulas de cera desprendidt
carton, se alegrarin de sabe
sus dificultades tienden a
parecer. asi come la nece
iue algunos hallaban, de co
leche antes de servirla, y
los fabricantes que prove
Canal de Panama de esos
ses estan ahora haci6ndolos
capa extra de cera que ant
llaba el fondo de los mism
Experiments realizados i
ron que las particular de
que se desprendian para
en la leche, se debian al n
un tanto violent al cargar
cargar los envases de cart6
cerado. Esta circunstancia
notablemente reducida al
narse la capa adicional de
que se solia aplicar al fone
cart6n.
El nuevo envase ya esti
do empleado para la
En su entrega correspon
al mes de julio, la revista
ca madrilefia. "Informes
Construcci6n", public un
lo, suscrito por Charles
Brandl, ingeniero del pr
del ensanche del Corte de
bra, en el cual dispute esa
El texto en (espafiol -
5 piginas con sus respe
ilustraciones grdficas, pul
dose, ademis, condensacion
mismo en frances, ingles
man.


HABITS DE LIMPIEZA PREVIENEN

E El .LAFTEJ 0 GIRMAS PELAA EKLA P L ALBERUA
SUCIEDAD O, PV Y BACTERtAS ... TAPAh LOS PORBS
PO. RD= R ElARaS, U CIES, SALPULW S,
jItj PICAZONES.


e fres-
ncera-
io par-
as del
Sr que
desa-
esidad,
olar la
a que
,en al
enva-
sin la
tes se-
los '
ndica-
cera
flotar
lanejo
y des-
5n en-
queda
elimi-
Scera
do del


homogenizada y su uso se gene-
ralizara a media que se reciban
nuevos embarques y se liquidea
los viejos.
La Direcci6n de Abastos y
Servicios Comunales ha ordena.
do al personal encargado de en-
vasar la leche que ejerza el ma-
yor cuidado, a fin de evitar, en lo
possible, que se produzcan rotu-
ras o se desprendan pedacitos de
cera al hacerlo.
La Division de Abastos esti in-
teresada en conocer los resulta-
dos de este cambio y mantiene su
oferta de trocar por una nueva,
toda botella (o carton) de leche
en que se encuentren flotando
particular de cera desprendida,
para lo cual es necesario presen-
tar tanto-el cart6n cuanto la ce-
ra desprendida, en 61 encontra-
da.


en ALMOHADAS
sien-
leche Y CAMAS
diente Las Damas del Canal de Pa-
t6cni- nama solicitan que quienes tuo
de la vieren disponibles almohadas
articu- o camas que pudlesen donar
McG. se comuniquen cuanto antes
oyecto con los tel6fonos Balboa 2-4108
Cule- o Crist6bal 3-3188.
obra. Se apreclarh tambien el en-
SIleva via de cajas vacias de cigarros
ectivas que se utilizarn para empacar
blican- aguinaldos.
.es del Los articulos Indicados so
y ale- necesitan-para el Asilo de An-
cianos de Puerto PilBn.

ENFERMEDADES







WK SETABA El .MAP T:T
w U'n, i me "J
.;'*** Ptt- La -' ,
i Bif E w~r ,P I "*f~ *.


AE L.I
9,~~r


6


el 'Campus1'

crutinio en un region baile patroci-
nado per los Graduandos de 1964
y a los acordes del renombrado
Willie More y sus profesores.

NUEVAS MARCAS
EN BIBLIOTECAS
Nuevas marcas han side es-
tablecidas en la Biblioteca de la
Zona del Canal, durante el pasado
mes de octubre, segin reveian
dates estadisticos alli copilados.
Las marcas se relacionan a con-
sultas formuladas y a la circu-
laci6n de tomes de lectura.
Las consultas ascendieron a
2,191, un aumento de 12 por cien-
to sobre la marca mis alta, re-
gistrada en julio de este afie.
Los libros prestados montaren
a 45,158 que son un 15 por cien-
to mas que la marca que se es-
tableci6 en marzo de 1963.









Noviembre 22 de 1963 S P1 LI WAY PAghE TRES


Sugar



Para


Ramos



Evitar i


Verd


Pelea


Como


Con


Hace


Laguna


Ismael Laguna consolid6 su posici6n co-
mo retador nflmero uno al titulo mundial
del peso pluma que ostenta el cubano Ulti-
minio "Sugar" Ramos, y ademas confirm
su valia induscutible como excepcional pu-
gilista, al vencer el lunes por la noche a
Joe Rafiu King, de Nigeria, por decision
unanime en el Palacio de los eportes de
Paris.
Esta fue la trig6sima primera victoria de
Laguna en 32 combates profesionales,
mientras King sufria su s6ptima derrota
contra 35 victorias y cuatro empates.
Segfin los observadores del ringside, es-
ta ha sido una de las mejores peleas cele-
bradas en Paris en muchos aiios. Ademas
consideran que Laguna venci6 al nigeriano
con mayor facilidad clue Ramos, quien su-


per6 dos veces a King, una vez en Paris y
otra en Mexico.
El encuentro fue tan emocionante que
los miles de espectadores se pusieron de
pie para brindar una cerrada ovaci6n a
ambos pugilistas.
Laguna declare despu6s del encuentro
que King no habia sido el rival mAs duro
que habia encontrado en su carrera. Men-
cion6 los nombres del cubano Agustin Car-
mona y los norteamericanos Auburn Cope-
land y Bobby Gray como sus mas fuertes
rivals.
El encuentro habia sido reconpcido por
]a Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo como una
eliminatoria para escoger al pr6ximo rival
del campe6n mundial, pero parece que Ra-


mos sigue eludiendo a Laguna, pues estA
arreglando una defense de su titulo frente
al japon6s Mitsunori Seki, a quien consi-
dera un rival mAs facil.
Despu6s de permanecer various dias mAs
en Paris, Laguna viajaria a Barcelona, Es-
pafa, en uni6n de su apoderado Isaac
Kresch y su entrenador Ram6n."Curro"
Dosman, para regresar al Istmo, posible-
mente a fines de esta semana o principios
de la pr6xima.
Comentaristas locales decian que el cu-
bano Ramos tendrA que consultar al brasi-
lero Joffre para que le diga c6mo hacer
para evitar enfrentarse al trompadachin
colonense cuyos pufios podrian arrebatarle
el cetro mundial.


CEJA HARA CEJAR A RIOS

DE NOQUEAR SUS RIVALS
El peso pluma mexicano Jorge Ceia Ileg6 atl Istmo el tunes
pasado en uni6n de su paisano Ernesto "Cuervo" Salinas,
con el objeto de presentarse en los tinglados panamenios.
Ceia se enfrentara el pr6ximo primero de diciembre al In-
victo pugil chiricano Carlos Rios en un combat senalado a 10
Ivueltas en el Gmnasio Nacional.
combates profesionales, mientras que Rios ha ganado sus ocho
encuentros por la ruta del nocaut.
Existe enorme expectativa por este encuentro que ha de
poner nuevamente a prueba la recia pegada del frompadachin
chiricano, catalogado tomo uno de los mas prometedores del ""
Istmo.


Fue IlMucho Gabllo Para ,i


El "Cuervo"
El campe6n gallo del Istmo, le
Luis Patifio, peleando a distancia qt
la mayor part del encuentro y fo
eolocando bien sus jabs de iz-
quierda y uppercuts de derecha m
a la cara y al cuerpo, venci6 am- ei
pliamente al mexicano Evaristo pc
"Cuervo" Salinas per decision la
uannime, en el combat sefialado bc
a diez asaltos que sostuvieron el P
S lomingo per la noehe en el tin-
glado del Gimnasio Nacional.
Patifio coneet6 tantos golpes a,
la anatomia del azteca, que en
los dos iltimos asaltos lucia mAs
eansado que el mexicano. Sali-
mas, como todos los pigiles mexi- de
eanos, demostr6 gran fortaleza y su
soport6 con valentia la avalan- 4s
cha de golpes que le cay6 enci- da
ma durante los diez asaltos del
eombate. ni
Esta fue la decima quinta pe- re


Mexicano
ea professional de Patifo, con-
uistando su decimo tercer triun-
0.
Salinas, que esta peleando co-
no professional desde 1957, tiene
n su record mAs de 65 peleas,
ero no pudo hacer nada ante
juventud y arrojo del joven
oxeador del pueblo de Parita,
rovincia de Herrera.


k - :------ ----

ESTA ES LA JUNTA Directiva de la Liga Masculina de Softball de Trabajadores del Pacifico, reunida
en la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso para arreglar los planes de la pr6xima campafia de este popular depor
te en la Zona del Canal. Aparecen, de izquierda a derecha, Jos6 Ampudia, secretario; Alfred Bowen,
Comisionado de la Liga; John Hare, Funcionario Encargado de Servicios Especiales del Canal de Pana-
mi y Aston Parchment, Coordinador Deporitvo.


En Chitre y Panama Abre Profesional de Pelota


La Liga Prefesional de Beisbol
e Panama contempla inaugurar
I pr6xima temporada el 28 de
;te mes con partidos en las ciu-
ades de Chitrd y Panama.
Seglin las informaciones sumi-
stradas por voceros del circuit
entado, en Chitr6 se enfrentarian


en horas de la tarde las nove-
nas Mariboro y Cemento Panama,
mientras que por la noche cho-
carian en el Estadio Olimpico de
Panama, el Cerveza Balboa y Los
Novatos.
En el campeonato venidero
participaran en su mayoria pelo-


teros natives, como se hizo el aiio
pasado, y los equipos serin diri-
gidos por los siguientes pilots:
Abdiel Flynn, de Cemer.to Pana-
ma; Winston Brown, del Marlbo-
ro, Le6n Kellman, del Cerveza
Balboa, y Gustavo Escobar, de


Los Novatos.
Los fanAticos que acuden todas
las mafianas al Estadio Olimpico
podrfn ver entrenando a los pe-
loteros de los diferentes equipos,
poni6ndose en condiciones para
el campeonato.


EL GOLF HAY QUE TOMARLO


CARL SAINTEN, alumno del 119 Grado de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso, arregla una miquina de va-
por, disefada por 61 y fabricada por los alumnos de ese grado, durante la Semana de Educaci6n Amerl-
eana, que fue celebrada en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal. Con Salnten y los otros
asomeos, esta Ia anefora Thelma C6rdoba de Quintero, profesora de quimica y fisice del planteL


A LO SERIO
El pr6ximo 30 de noviembre se
encontrarAn los golfistas repre-
sentantes de la Contraloria del
Canal de Panama y de la Divi-
si6n de Abastos en las canchas
de golf de Rodman y del Coun-
try Club.
Los Contralores, que se en-
cuentran invictos, han sido cam-
peones por largo rato del Canal
de PanamA (ellos nunca han ju-
gado en un torneo con nadie
mas) y ban sido retados a duelo
a muerte este afio por los tipos
del Departamento de Abastos.
(Se rumora que los muchachos
de la Divisi6n de Abastos tienen
todos un handicap bajo, a los
cuales los Contralores han esta-
do tratando de evitar).
Las reglas del torneo han sido
impuestas por tos retadores y es-
tan arregladas para poner a to-
dos los jugadores en igualdad de
condiciones.
Los handicaps no serAn permi-
tidos. Cada una de las 14 pare-
jas seran concertadas de acuer-
do con la habilidad de los miem-
bros. Y si no lo estAn se ha-
rA un ajuste despu6s delos pri-
meros nueve hoyos.
Cualquier golfista sorprendido


. .. PALABRA!
practicando o tomando leceia-
nes antes del torneo serA casti-
gado con 22 golpes, (en golf, por
supuesto).
Los competidores pueden le-
var cualquier color, menos el ro-
sado, y deben Ilevar sus pro-
pios "caddies". Los "caddies"
deben usar zapatos.
Los empleados de la Divisi6n
de Abastos que desen inscribir-
se para esta batalla deben lla-
mar a Alba B. Hutchings al 2,
4678.
Hutchings ha revelado que va-
rios de los golfistas de Abastos
han anunciado ya su intenci6n
de enfrentarse a lo mcjor que
los Contralores pueden ofrecer.
Estan incluidos, ademAs de 61
mismo, H. Dockery, B. Elich. R.
Lafferty, J. Demers, R. Adams,
N. Davison, N. Ashton, K. Frau-
enheim, J. Burgoon, J. DesLon-
des, F. Day, T. Dockery y R.
Saarinen.
Jack Campbell, piloto del equi-
po de la Contraloria, ha hecho
un Ilamado urgente pidiendo vao
luntarios. El dice que los miem-
bros del equipo de la Contraloria
deben llamarlo lo mas pronto po-
sible al 2-2173.


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Noviembre 282 d~e 1963


PPgift TRES


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Noviembre 22 de 1963


SPILLWA


Y


Vapo ftATRO


CANAL 2
DOMINGo
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron
historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Tarde de Toros
2:00-Cine en su Casa
3:30-Teleteatro
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30--itaxo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos
Coitestan
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-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Ajedrez Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartonex
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:310-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportal e
Mundiales
S:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muoet
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
S:Oo-Popeye
6:30--Noticias
7:00--Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biogralia
8:00-Fred Astairo
Present
9:00-Imperio del O*ste
10:00-Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
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
Cartonex
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dibujos Animadot
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
:00-Surt Side 6
9:00-Los Trabajadores
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro
JUEVES
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-Teleleatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45-Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extrao Mundo del
Pantano
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-La Hora Once
9:30-Peter Gunn
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
: 15--Reportales
Mundialos
8:00-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 Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karlofi
9:00-El Fabricante do
Noticiam
9:30-Mantovani
0:00---Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartone.
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Viajando con
Manolo Castillo
3:15--Rportales
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Flesta de Estrellita
8:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:16-Tel*teatro


CANAL 4

DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
l:30-Inspector Leclerc
11:00-Sdlvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazaias del Espacio
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
3:30'-Pelicula
5:30-Festival de Cartones
6:00-Furia
6:30-Cero Uno
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientes
9:00-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 Comicas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ley del Revdlver
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 Hip.co
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en TV.
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
ll: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 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
Canciones
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildare .
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
JUEVES
11:30-Festival doe
Cartones
12:15-Rev61ver a la
Orden
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45--Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina 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 en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micao
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 Slniestra
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-Porry Mason
9:30--usponso
10:00-Noticias
10;15-Pelicula


-


- GENE EN LA NOTICIA


SRA. CORA DE AVILES, Oficinista
Encargada de Admisi6n en el Hos-
pital Gorgas, ingres6 en la orga-


HARRY MCPHERSON, de Ty-
ler, Tejas, ha sido nombrado
suplente del Subsecretario de
Guerra; coma subalterno del
subsecretario se encargara de
asuntos internacionales y se-
ra responsible de la political
a seguir con relaci6n al Ca-
nal de PanamA, la islas Ryuku
y organizaciones internacio-
nales que se rozan con el
Ejircito.






El mi6rcoles 27 de noviem-
bre a las 5 de la tarde ha-
bra una reunion en el Cen-
tro de Servicios Comunales de
Pedro Miguel que tiene por
objeto agradecer a aquellas
personas que han prestado su
aporte o ayuda personal a las
Guarderias Infantiles, su ge-
nerosa asistencia. La sefiora
Parker, esposa del Goberna-
dor Interino, Ilevara la pa-
labra en esa reunion, d6nde
tambien le serAn entregados
Certificados a 7 Voluntarias
que prestaron excelentes ser-
vicios y se rendira un In-
forme escrito de las entradas
y gastos.




SPILLWAY


Pubicaci6n ofidal del Canal do
Panamd, mipresa smanalment* on
lom talleres de "La Estrella do Pa-
namd' on la cludad de Panama.
BRepblica do Panama. So autori-
xa la r*produccion ya tuero verbal
o escrlta, de cualqulor er6nlca o
noticia aqui aparecida. sin noecel-
dad de solicited xpresa.
GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert I. Fleming. fr.
Vlcegobornador
David S. Parker
1*fe de la Oflcina do Informacl6n
Frank AJ Baldwin
La aiformaci6n que so desear
publicar ea SPILLWAY debe ser
recibida on la oficina del lofe do
Prensa a m&s tardar *1 martes on
la tarde par a a pr6xma edici6n.
liformaci6n do carctor urgento po-
dria ser ontrogada *e mlercolos y
hasta e*I lnees antes del medlodia.
Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
KAMA CANAL, SPILLWAY, Apar-
tado M. Balboa, Zona del Canal.


9 0


nizaci6n del Canal de Panama en
1945 con este centre de salud en
la Zona del Canal. Su primer em-


pleo fue en la Secci6n de Aisla-
miento como oficinista hasta 1948
cuando fue trasladada a la Clinica
de Maternidad, en donde estuvo
trabajando hasta 1951 cuando v.a-
j6 con su esposo Maximo Aviles a
Munich, Alemania, permanecien-
do en Europa cinco anos, ya que
su esposo era miembro del Ejer-
cito de los Estados Unidos, del
cual se retire el primero de oc-
tubre de este aiao como Sargen-
to de Primera Clase. La seno-
ra de Aviles es hija de Andres
Rios, oficinista de la Oficina de
Admisi6n, quien se jubilara el
26.de este mes despues de 40 ainos
de servicios con el Canal de Pa-
namA. La sefora de Aviles re-
greso al Hospital Gorgas en 1956
a la Secci6n de Maternidad y des-
de hace dos alias estA en la Ofi-
cina de Admisi6n e Informacion,
en done su trabajo consiste en
admitir pacientes y proporcionar
toda la informaci6n necesaria a
los que entran y tambien a los
que salen del Hospital. Su pasa-
tiempo es leer, cuando tiene tiem-
po, pues con cuatro hijos que tie-
ne, bstos no le dan much oportu-
nidad.


TECNICA ORIGINAL LA'


DE DESIDERIO SANCHEZ

Desiderio SAnchez, uno de los nuevos artists j6venes
de PanamA, tiene un acercamiento 6nico que permit a sus
admniradores sentir su trabajo a trav6s de sus dedos.
Procedente de un peluefio pueblo de la Provincia, de
Chiriqui, SAnchez, despu6s de un primer period conven-
cional, se di6 cuenta de que queria agradar a sus admira-
dores tanto en una forma visual como a trav6s de sus sen-
tidos de realism. El concienzudamente desarroll6 su pro-
pia t6cnica para dar a sus pinturas "niveles de inter6s y
profundidad".
Sobre sus pinturas originates, 61 pone pequefias piedras
y bolitas. El efecto' es muy diferente de los mosaicos, por.
que la superficie terminada tiene variados niveles. En al-
gunos puntos muchas capas de piedra han sido agregados,
mientras que otras Areas estan casi lisas. F1 efecto reali-
lizado crea agradables 'disefios de contrasfantes superficies
y textures.
SAnchez tiene una tendencia hacia Angulos y elogaciones
que se basan sobre abstracci6n, su process 6nico que da
dimensions adicionales. El contenido emotional es proyec-
tado por la intensidad, matiz y tono de los colors que 61
usa.
SAnchez ha exhibidu sus obras en varias galerlas a tra-
v6s de Panama.



CALENIARIl i DE EVENTS
NOVIEMBRE

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 Panamefo-Norte-
americana.
25 Festival de Santa Catalina en Pedasi.
26 El Club de Fotografias se reuniri 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 Espafiola. (1821).
28 Dia de Acci6n de Gracias en Estados Unidos y la Zona
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.
DICIEMBRE
4 Fiesta de Santa Barbara en Las Minas.
6 8 Festival de San NicolAs en Arraijan.
8 La Inmaculada Concepci6n Dia de las Madres en
Panama.
25 NAVIDAD.
28 Los Santos Inocentes.
31 Visperas de Aiio Nuevo.


Cine Infantil


Domingo 24:


"RecordarAs a Viena" (Born to Sing) de Walt
Disney en colors.
Lugar: Teatro Bellavista
Hora: 10 a.m.
Precio: B/.0.25 tanto para adults como para nifios.


EN SU PANTALLA

Nov. 22al 28 PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY

Viernes Nov. 22 MERMAIDS OF TIBURON TWO FOR THE SEESAW GUNS OF DARKNESS
Owl Show Owl Show 10:30 P.M. Owl Show 10:30 P.M. Owl Show 10:30 P.M.
10:30 p.m. Footsteps In The Fog Stopover Tokyo Tight Spot

S6bado MERRILLS MARAUDERS HIGH SCHOOL CAESAR HIGH NOON
Nov. 23

Domingo 24
Lunes 25 BILL YROSE'S "JUMBO" NO MAN IS AN ISLAND TWO FOR THE SEESAW

Martes GENE GRUPA STORY and ALIS JESSE JAMES and THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN and
Nov. 26 EYES WITHOUT A FACE THE BIG DOODLE STAGE SHOW FOR THE U. FUND


Mi6rcoles ALIAS JESSE JAMES and GENE KRUPA STORY and THE HUSTLER and
Nov. 27 THE BIG BOODLE EYES WITHOUT A FACE FLAMING STAR

Jueves
Nov. 28 NO MAN IS AN ISLAND BILLY ROSE'S "JUMBO" MERMAIDS OF TIBURON
BIL ROES"JMO


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