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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 29, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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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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Volume ID: VID00435
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Within hours after taking the oath of office
* as the 36th President of the United States of Amer-
ica, Lyndon Baines Johnson issued a proclama-
tion which said in part:
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES:
John Fitzgerald Kennedy. 35th President of
the United States, has been taken from us by an
act which outrages decent men everywhere.
He upheld the faith of our Fathers, which is
freedom for all men. He broadened the frontiers
of that faith, and backed it with the energy and
courage which are the mark of the Nation he led.
A man of wisdom, strength and peace, he


CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN
Speaking at President Ken-
nedy's bier as it lay in State in
the rotunda of the Capitol, Chief
Justice Earl Warren said:
"What moved some misguided
wretch to do this horrible deed
may never be known to us, but
we do know such acts are com-
monly stimulated by forces of
hatred and malevolence, such as
today, and are eating their way
into the bloodstream of American
life.
"What price we pay for this
fanaticism!
"If we really love this country,
O if we truly love justice and
mercy, if we fervently want to
make this nation better for those
who are to follow us, we can at
least abjure the hatred that con-
sumes people, the false accusa-
tions that divide us and the bit-
terness that begets violence.
"Is it too much to hope that
the martyrdom of 'our beloved
President might even soften
-the hearts of those who would
themselves recoil from assassi-
nation, but who do not shrink
from spreading the venom which
kindles thoughts of it in others?"
SENATOR MANSFIELD
Senator Mike Mansfield of Mon-
tana, the Majority Leader of the
Senate, also speaking at the Ca-
pitol, said that Mr. Kennedy
"gave us of his love that we, too,
in turn, might give. He gave that
we might give of ourselves, that
we might give to one another,
until there would be no room, no
room at all,.for the bigotry, the
hatred, the prejudice and the
arrogance which converged in
that moment of horror to strike
him down."

MINISTER SOLIS
The Foreign Minister of Pan-
ama, Dr. Galileo Solis, who
later traveled to Washington to
S attend the funeral, sent a note
to Governor Fleming. It said
in part:
"I write to Your Excellency
to convey to you how deeply
moved my government is by
the treacherous and cowardly
assassination of the President
of the United States, John F.
Kennedy, villanously murdered
at noon today...
"To the government of the
Republic of Panama in parti-
cular, and to all Panamanians
in general, the demise of Pre.
sident Kennedy represents an
irreparable loss since he had
shown during his incumbency
in his high office a true friend-
sh;p toward the Panamanians
and an understanding of our
aspirations in the maintenance
of fraternal cooperation bet-
ween both peoples and govern-
ments.
"I beg' of you, Governor,
leave to convey through your
good offices to all the U.S.A.


VOL. II No. 24


civilian personnel of the Canal
Zone our expressions of deepest
sorrow that fill us today be-
cause of this great loss."
GOVERNOR FLEMING
"The terrible shock of the
death of President Kennedy...
"by a savage and senseless as-
sassination" appalled people here
and' "all over the world," Canal
Zone Governor Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr., declared in a television
address just a few hours after
the assassination.
"The tragic loss to our country,
to the Free World, and even to
all the world will be mourned
in deepent sorrow everywhere,
and I know that all of us here
will join with heavy grief in
the memorial services for a
great, great President."
In a statement only a short
time after announcement of the
President's death h, Governor
Fleming said: "On behalf of the
people of the Canal Zone I ex-
press the deepest of sorrow at
the tragic death of- President
John F. Kennedy. It was at this
time that he announced flag
honors in memory of the Pres-
ident and curtailment of recrea-
tional and entertainment facilit-
ies.
A cablegram to Mrs. Kennedy
from the Governor .read:
"The residents of the Canal
Zone of all nationalities send
their heartfelt sympathy in this
time of tragic sorrow and loss
to you and to the American
people."

IN GREAT BRITAIN
At a service in Westminster
Abbey, London, commemorating
the late President and attended
by British leaders, the sermon
was given by the Archdeacon of
Westminster, the Venerable E.
F. Carpenter. He said-of Mr.
Kennedy:
"He brought a veritable breath
of fresh air into areas of hu-
man life too often a setting for
the stuffy, the amateur and the
inexpert."


FRIDAY, November 29, 1963


molded and moved the power ot our Nation in
the service of a world of growing liberty and
order. All who love freedom will mourn his
death.
As he did not shrink from his responsibili-
ties, but welcomed them, so he would not have
us shrink from carrying on his work beyond this
hour of national tragedy.
He said it himself: "The energy, the faith,
the devotion which we bring, to this endeavor
will light our country and all who serve it and
the glow from that fire can truly light the world."


From the Isthmus: A 21-Gun Salute From Ft. Amador


Poet Laureate

[f Britain
Tributes JFK
In London, the venerable and
distinguished John Masefield,
Poet Laureate to the Royal
Court, published the following
tribute to President Kennedy:
All generous hearts lament
the leader killed,
The young chief with the
smiling radiant face.
The winning way that
turned a wondrous race
Into sublimer pathways,
leading on.
Grant to us life that though
the man be gone,
The promise of his spirit
be fulfilled.

POEM IN SPANISH
In the Spanish section, there
is reproduced with permission of
Estrella de Panama, a Panamanian
woman's poetic comment on the
national tragedy. The author is
Moravia Ochoa Lopez of Panama
City.

Spanish Classes
Start Jan. 6
At Cristobal "Y"
Classes in Spanish will be
started January 6 in the Cris-
tobal YMCA, it has been an-
nounced by Capt. Jose A. Fie-
rro, Director of the Education
Department of the YMCA.
The Spanish classes now in
session terminate November 29
and graduation ceremonies will
be held December 2 at 7 p.m.
in the auditorium of the YMCA.
Students who have completed
successfully the courses through
October but who were unable to
attend the November review,
also will be graduated.

Historical Society
To Meet December 2
The Isthmian Historical Society
will hold its next meeting on
Monday, December 2, at 7:30 p.m.
in the ballroom of the Tivoli
Guest House. The speaker for the
evening will be Mrs. Amy Mc-
Cormack. founder of the orgari-
zation, who will talk on Land-
marks from Various Highlights
in Panama's History."
Slides from the construction
era of the building of the Pan-
ama Canal will be shown and a
number of Papama Canal build-
eis. will be present for a "ques-
tion and answer" discussion. All
meetings are open to the public.


Official Notices
During the absence on leave
of R. E. Medinger, E. C. Flowers
will act as Chief Admeasurer and
member of the Board of Admeas-
urement.


Two more major bureaus of the
Panama Canal made their 100 per
cent of goal in the United Fund
during the past week.
They were the Transportation
and Terminals and Engineering
and Construction Bureaus.
This means that only the
Health Bureau and the Marine
Bureau failed to make their
goals.
The other bureaus were listed
at the time they passed 100 per
cent, although some went as high
as 119 per cent and 115 per cent
of goal.
With the United Fund drive
closing this week, the Panama
Canal is at 99 per cent of its goal.

Friends Gather

Tonight To Fete

Sigurd Essers
Hundreds of teachers, fellow
employees and friends from the
Canal Zone and Panama are ex.
pected to attend a -farewell re.
tirement party to be held tonight
(Friday) at the Tivoli Guest House
Ballroom in honor of Sigurd E.
Esser, Superintendent of Schools.
The party is being sponsored
by the Division of Schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Esser expect to
leave the Isthmus Sunday and
will make their home in Fort
Lauderdale, Florida. Esser is to
be retired after 30 years of ser.
vice effective January 5.
Those who wish to make re.
servations still have time to tele-
phone the Division of Schools
Office in Balboa 3311 during of.
fice hours.
The Panama Canal's Distin-
guished Service Award, the high-
est honor conferred by the Canal
organization, was presented to
Esser Wednesday morning by
Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr. With
the award was a check for $300.


'Calico Clickers' Among Butterflies


In Exhibit at CZ
Part of the butterfly collec-
tion of Tom Riley, 13, is on
display in the lighted showcase
at the entrance to the Canal
Zone Library Museum. The
display will be in the showcase
for about one month.
On display are matched pairs
in 87 cases, or .a total of 174
butterflies. These are only part
of his. collection, which is the
result of 5 years of work.
Some of the butterflies are
arranged in cases with leaves
and twigs to display protective
coloration and design typical of
the species.
Tom, a student at Diablo
Heights Junior High School, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
N. Riley of Los Rios. Mr.
Riley's picture is on page two


Library Museum
of The SPILLWAY.
The elder Riley often takes
his son and his son's friends
on field trips. He classifies the
specimens with the aid of an
extensive library on the sub-
ject.
The display is unusual in that
butterfly collections are espe-
cially difficult to preserve in
this climate. Tom is constantly
replacing specimens as they
deteriorate.
Some of Tom's specimens
include the mopho, a large blue
butterfly used commercially
for tourist objects; caligo
atreus, the largest in wing-
spread in the Western hemis-
phere; aqd ageronia, "calico
clickers," the only butterflies
known to make noises.


, .

,03






TOM RILEY, whose busterfly collection is on display at the C. Z. LI.
brary-Museum, explain the distinguishing marks on two specimens to
his younger brother Edward, who may start his own collection.


U PILALWAY


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Page TWO


E iI t4nei Ballet Festival Coming


WHEN PETE RILEY of Navigation can't fit the picture In his' mind'
with wh'ats going by in- Balboa Harbor, he has only to turn around,
for a visual' inspection- of piers and harbor.


Business End of Transits


s Pete Riley's Problem


As administrative officer, in
the: office of; the Chief: of the
Navigation' Division: Peter N.
Riley. would be the first to say/
that there is a lot' more to put-
ting a ship through the Canal
than opening and' shutting the
looks'.
During the 22 years that he
has been'in the Marine Bureau;,
Riley's main efforts have been
directed' toward holding, the
business ends of the Navigation
Division on an even keel:
In addition to keeping an
ocean, om paper work ship-
shipe, one of his jobs is to see
that the ships using the Canal
pay tolls.
As' everyone knows, tolls
must- be paid' in advance
but Pete must see that the
records are kept and char-
ges, are made out. for a
number of other Navigation
Division, services such as
tug and lauch hire and the
use of docking facilities.
Riley received his basic busi-
ness training in a business
school; in his home state of'
Iowa. He came to the Isthmus
in 1941, andexcept for nearly
four years' of World War II serv-
ice with the U. S. Army, he
has been in. the Balboa Office
of the Port Captain ever since.
His ability as an efficient
administrator- has been re-
cognized in the form of promo-
tions and at one time he got:
an. in-grade pay raise for devis-
ing a more efficient' method of
making out launchhire records.
Although he has gotten others
since', this was one of the early
forms of an employee sugges-
tion award.
In addition to his regular
work- with the Navigation Divi-
sion, Pete works after hours as
one of the few income tax con-
sultants in the Canal Zone and
lias a regular clientele.
Business is rushing at the end
ofithe year when the W-2 forms
come out. But he has a' regular
group who consult him at' other
times. He learned the tax con-
sultant' business on his own and'
frels that there is a definite


BHS Student

Science Winner
Mits Barbara JanowitS a stu-
dent, at; Balboa High School, has
been, awarded, the Bausch and
Lomb Science Award at:BHS. Miss
Jhnowitiz was selected on the
basis of faculty recommendations,
science and mathematics grades,
and personal scientific oriental.
tion;
The Bausch and Lomb Honorary
Science AWard provides recogni-
tion to senior students with the
highest scholastic standing in
science subjects.
The award' is presented at' gra-
duation, in more than, 8,500
schools. There have been: more
than 170,000 recipients of the
awma*


need for more of' this type of,
service in the Canal Zone.
Two other Riley brothers'
are employed by the Pan-
ama Canal and live on the
Pacific, side.
They are George, who works
for the Terminals Harbor Mas-
ter's Office and James, who is
wi th the Communications
Branch. All three came to the
Canal Zone shortly after their
father the late George Riley
arrived here in 1940 to work
for the former Municipal En-
gineering Division,
Pete Riley is married to a
former Iowa girl and lives in
Diablo Heights with his wife
and two young sons.


ritplia O(pej

Entry Blanks now are available
for the 23rd Annual Pan Canal
Bowling Association's Eity Tour-
nament, tb Be helfa at the Albrook
Bowling Center Febl 29 through
March' 8 Tournament rules have
been posted' in all' bowling cent-
ers.
Dick Soyster, tournament chair-
man,. has announced that Feb. 15
is the closing' date for entries for
the teanrevent and all-events.
Entries for doubles and' singles
will remain open, if necessary
until: a half' hour prior to the
bowling of the last shift of each
event on the closing day, Sunday,
March 8.,
Multiple' entries are permitted
in tief team events;, doubles and,
singles;, with aw bowl's: score' for
the' all-events computed from the
first: score' ii each, of the events.
Every,, bowler is urged to enter
each. of the events at least once.
Every' CGity Tournament there are
a'few lbow average bowlers scoring
a large Handicap score in the
team event, but finding that it is
too late to enter the other events
for the coveted all-events cham-
pionship.
Mixed' League should, form as
many- teams as they can to enter
the tournament and- all low aver-
age bowlers: are reminded that
all casls prizes go to the handicap
scores.
Early entries will' have their
choice of dates. and time of bowl-
ing. Three shifts have been re-
served in the team. events, doub-
les for the Atlantic. Side bowlers.


OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
November 18-24
Miraflores. Locks ..... 1,05
Gatun Locks .......... 128
'Las Cruces,
4' trips ............... 390
Passenger ships (2): .. 1.,804
iOther Tours ........... 210
GRANDI TOTAL ...... 4,037


IN IRIOWSIN


COLLECTION



By Eleanor Burnham i. "
Canal Zone Library


The Fifth Queen by Ford Madox
Ford is a biographical novel which
oddly enough was published
for the first time this fall in
the United States. The story
depicts Katharine Howard, fifth
wife of Henry VIII of England,
as a young girl proud, brave
and with strong religious con-
victions. Graham Greene, in
this first American edition calls'
the story "a magnificent bra-
vura piece." According to Gre-
ene The Fifth Queen brings to
present day readers a writer
who "in an age of increasing
carelessness a mon g good:
writers, was an artist."
The McLandress Dimension
by Mark Epernay is a spoof
written by a famous Harvard
professor and former diplomat.
The McLandress dimension
which the creates is measure-
ment designed to describe the
individual's reaction to self -
the amount of time in which a
man's thoughts "remain divert-
ed from his own personality."
Low scores according to the
measurement were earned by
Elizabeth Taylor, Nikita Krush-
chev, Richard Nixon, and Pro-
fessor J. K. Galbraith whose
own score indicates the identifi-
cation of Mark Epernay.
With Love from Karen by
Marie Killilea is a new adven-
ture with, the beloved. Killilea
family, who became famous in
1952 with the publication of


Karen. This book is wholesome,
charming and quite delightful.
It is refreshingly, different from
many present-day stories and
will: charmeveryone who reads
it.
The Rocks Remain by Gavin
Maxwell gives us more about
the famous otters. of Ring of
Brii,;t Water, including three
new ones There is also more
about the author, his newly'
acquired wife' and their life
together in the Scottish high-
lands. It is: illustrated with
delightful photographs,
IN MORE SERIOUS VEIN'
Challenge to Affluence by
Gunnar Myrdal: is the author's
first book, about the United
States since An Amer ica n
Dilemma. Myrdal, an economist
with' very definite ideas, points
out, the interrelationships of
economics and politics. He has
written a book which will be
interesting reading for anyone
in an important, legislative posi-
tion. In his own words he be-
lieves that "America must suc-
ceed in, getting- out of the rut
of slow economic- progress while
unemployment is: high... in the
interest of' the world and: not
only of Americai." As he' sees
it,, this "is the most. important
problem. in. the world today."
It is possible that some econo*
mists may- not agree within his
thesis, but all will be challeng-
ed by this exposition.


Tuesday --Balboa Theater


A group of dancers from Pan-
ama's National Dance School
will make their second ap-
pearance at Balboa Theater on
Tuesday evening, December 3.
This is in addition to the re-
gular movie.
The ballet group's first pro-
gram was in June of this year
and consisted of the ballets
presented in Panama and tthe
Interior during the annual Tem.-
porada, P a n a m a's artistic
season. At the December per-
formance, however, theater-
goers will get a preview of
some of the dances to be shown
in the 1964 Temporada.
The National Dance School is
part of the Panamanian De-
partment of Bellas Artes. under
the supervision of the Ministry
of Education. The adult stu,
dents performing at Balboa
Theater are part of the advanc-
ed semi-professional group. The
entire program is directed by
Professor Julio Arauz. head of
the Ballet Department.
Arauz is himself a professio-
nal dancer and choreographer.
Aft er graduating from the
National D a n c e School. he
studied with England's Royal
Academy of Ballet, then struck
out for himself, winning fame
in Europe as the first dancer
with the Zurich Opera Compa-
ny, and charting the choreo-
graphy of several movies made
on the Continent.
With his sister. Flor Maria,
he has given many dance reci-
tals in Panama, and they have
just concluded an engagement
at El Panama Hilton Hotel.
Ballerina. Ileana de Sola
returned to Panama last
year after studying modern
ballet in Mexico, and has
made several TV and thea-
ter appearances here. She
confesses that she prefers
the classical, and her "Dy-

THEATER


ing Swan" follows closely
the tradition set down by
Pavlowa.
Edgardo Ferguson is the type
of dancer who is always in
demand by ballerinas. Posses-
sed of perfect balance, he ins-
tinctively projects his feminine
partner instead of himself, and
has demonstrated this tech-
nique in many stage and. TV
presentations. A 1 though the
dance is his greatest interest.
he is by profession a writer.
Dedicated to her career as a
journalist, Fay Douglas admits
that dancing comes such a
close second that she originally
started as one. Although she
prefers classical ballet,'a
lecture tour she made in the'
States illustrating the dances
of Tibet gave her an enthu-
siasm for traditional Orientar
movements.
Carmen Rosa Juan is the
youngest of the adult group, but.
has already made a name for
herself as a Spanish dancer and
comedienne. She is presently
studying ballet to round out her
dance education.
Yadira Esquivet is a full-
blooded San Bias Indian,
born on the Islands. A com-
parative newcomer to the
dance, she has not made
many public appearances
as yet, but the tremendous
strides she has made in the
short time she studied ballet
have earned her a pas de
deux.
Following the presentation by
the adult students on Tuesday.
December 3, there will be a
program' by young students at
the Balboa Theater Matinee on
December 7. This program will
be "Tnvitation to the Waltz."
Regular movies will be shown-
in conjunction with both ballet
presentations, and there will be
no increase in price.

SCHEDULE


BEGINNING SATURDAY, NOVERBER 30


BALBOA
Sat. Sun: 2:30 6:00' 8:45
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 -


Monday 7:30 PT 109
THE STUDENT PRINCE and
BALLET FESTIVAL
I THANK A FOOL
DADDY LONG LEGS

HUD
THE LONELY STAGE
HORSE SOLDIERS
ALASKA PASSAGE
DIARY OF A MADMAN
A HOLE IN THE HEAD
THE INVISIBLE MAN

NOT AS A STRANGER
QUEEN OF THE NILE
NO SHOW
THE LONELY STAGE
DIARY OF A MADMAN
NO SHOW
HORSE SOLDIERS

LOVE IS A BALL
IT HAPPENED AT THE
WORLD'S FAIR
NO SHOW
HUD
NO SHOW
DEADLY DUO
THE: LONGEST DAY

THE LION
THE LONGEST DAY
DEADLY DUO'
NOT AS A STRANGER
BROKEN. LANCE;
IT HAPPENED AT THE
WORLD'S FAIR
STOPOVER TOKYO

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


All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. except as shown:
BEGINNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30
BALBOA 10:00 a.m. FIGHTING CHANCE
COCO SOLO 2:00 p.m. SAPS AT SEA and WILDFIRE
DIABLO HEIGHTS 2:00 p.m. FRONTIER GUN
GAMBOA 6:15 p.m. WOLF DOG
MARGARITA 2:0' pm. THE CLOWN AND THE KID
GATUN 2:01 p.m. TARZAN AND THE
SHE-DEVZI


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1963


All- Zone




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KENNETH ANDERSON JOSEIPH COFFIN
End CZC Tackle CZC


ROBERT WASHBURN
Tackle CZC


Grid


EDWARD WILDER
Guard CZC


Team
Here is the 1963 All Zone
Football team, -as chosen by
the coaches of the Zone'football
teams.
Receiving unanimous votes
were Don 'Wellington, Joseph
Coffin, Edward Wilder, 'Brian
Lutz, Jeff Leon and 'Dewey
Whittaker, all of the Canal Zone
College.
'The interscholastic cham-
pions, Caa al1 Zone College,
dominated the .selection 'with
eight players. iBoth the Athlet.c
Club and Balboa High School
failed to place a boy on the
team. This -is the first .time
since the start of tackle foot-
ball in the Canal Zone in 1950
that Balboa High School has
failed to place a boy on the All
Zone :team.
Three ends were -chosen -for
,the -team because there 'was a
:tie for second place fin the bal-
loting.


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for adults and
children


for swimmers and
non-swimmers


easy to learn


MAKES DROWNING OBSOLETE!
Here's how to SURVIVAL-FLOAT...
I Take a deep breath, hold it, and let yourself slide beneath the
water. Relax. You'll sirlk down a bit but as long as your
kings hold air you'll bob back toward the surface. Stay
relaxed, and the water will hold you tp.
2 Remain relaxed, and slowly bring your arms forward. (If it
helps you, gently cock one leg forward, too.)


3 i,, vy., a ,i ani easy, pusn your arms and legs downward,
Raise your head just enough to get your face above water.
JKeep the rest .of your body below the surface; let the water
continue to ,support most of your weight. You -can start let-
ting out air Ibefore your face breaks water.
When your !head goes above the surface, give a slightly strong-
er push with your .hands; this will hold you up long enough to
.breathe in, slowly, through your mouth. :Stay ,relaxed. Take
your time. Donrt gulp. And don't try to breathe more than
once in any single .surfacing; it won't work, and you could
.choke.














5 after taking a breath, hold it stop pushing against the water
and iretax. Your body -will sink naturally. As you sink, water
resistance will effortlessly lift your relaxed arms into position
,for the next push. In a couple of seconds, your body will
again ,rise toward the surface and the water's lifting power
can Ihelp you repeat:Step 2, 3 and 4 and again -push your -head
above water.
/ Instead of "riding along" with the natural upward motion des-
S cribed in Step 5, you may like it better to float for a second
,ortwo, facedown, before pushingup for another breath. 'Either
anethod amay be mused; try both and adopt the one that suits
you best. But Whichever method you use, don't wait until your
lungs are bursting before going up for more air.


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Cage FOUR


SPILLWAY


November 29, 1963


PEOPLE IIN THE SP07LIGHT


SHIPS ARRIVING at Balboa for transit get
their bill for tolls and other charges from Mrs.
Madeline Keepers, accounting clerk in the Bal-
boa Port Captain's Office. Miscellaneous charges
for the use of Balboa docking facilities, the use
of tugs and launches, also are billed by Mrs.
Keepers. Although she is concerned only with
the actual work of making out the charges which
are deducted later from deposits held here by
shipping agents, Mrs. Keepers finds that she
must maintain a tight schedule to keep ahead of
things. Since ships transit the Canal seven days
a week, she can look forward to busy busy days
following weekends and holidays.
A resident of the Canal Zone since 1934, she
has been in the Port Captain's Office for the
past 13 years. During the last war, she worked
for the U.S. Army.
Mrs. Keepers is the wife of William C. Kee-
pers, a long time resident of the Zone who is
an electrical supervisor at Miraflores Locks.
They make their home in Diablo Heights.


MUCH OF THE CREDIT for the smoothness
with which the relatively new Navigation Divi-
sion office now operates can be attributed to
Mrs. Dorothy Stevens, Secretary to the Chief of
the Division. When the Port Captain at Balboa
also acted as Chief of Navigation, Mrs. Stevens,
as his secretary, also wore two hats. During
this time she often put in overtime when she
was called to take the proceedings of ship ac-
cident investigations. Since she has moved to
the second floor of the Terminal Building, where
the new Navigation Division offices are located,
her duties are more secretarial in nature. She
also acts as a receptionist.
A second generation Canal employee, Mrs.
Stevens is the daughter of Harry Allen, a cons-
truction-days man who was with the Locks Divi-
sion until his retirement. She grew up here, at-
tended Canal Zone schools and has lived on both
sides of the Isthmus. She is married to John
Stevens, an employee of the Supply Division,
and lives on Amador Road.


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Brigman Named Chief



Of CZ Civil Defense


Appointment of James A.
Brigman, formerly an electrical
engineer in the Panama Canal
Engineering Division, to the
post of Chief of the Canal Zone
Civil Defense Unit has been
announced.
He will succeed Philip L.
Dade, who was retired early in
November after 26 years of
U.S. Government service.
Brigman has been Assistant
Radiological Officer for a num-
ber of years and has served on
various occasions as acting
Civil Deferre Chief during the
absence of Dade. He nas com-
fleted several courses in the
United States in subjects per-
taining to Civil defense.
A native of Fitzgerald, Geor.
a, he was graduated from
e Georgia School of Technolo-
gy in 1934 with a degree in
electrical engineering. He work-
ed in Corvallis, Oregon, before
coming to the Isthmus to join
the Engineering Division.
During World War II, Brig-
tnan served with the U.S. Army
Ib the American and European
Sweaters and holds the Amer-
can Theater Ribbon and the
'1uropean Theater Ribbon with
three battle stars. He left the
service with the rank of Lieute-
mant Colonel.
He is a member of the
National Society of Professional
Engineers, the Society of Amer-
ican Miiltary Engineers, the
Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers and is a
registered electrical engineer
in the State of Georgia. He is
past president of the Canal
Zone Post of the Society of
American Military Engineers
and the Canal Zone Department
of the Reserve Officers' Asso-
ciatioa.


JAMES A. BRIGMAN


What They Write

About The Canal
Writing in last July's issue of
the magazine "Informes de
la Construccion" (Construction
Data) published in Madrid,
Spain, Charles McG. Brandl,
presently assigned as project
engineer of the Gaillard Cut
Project, discussed the clFannel-
widening in a five-page illus-
trated article in Spanish.
Since the magazine circulates
also in other countries, the text
of "Improvements in the Pan-
ama Canal" has also been con-
densed and translated into
French, German and English.
The article notes that the
Canal is an engineering acEom-
plishment "now regarded as a
master work marking the ini-
tiation of modern civil engine-
ering."


COMING

EVENTS
December 1-7-Fourth Seminar
of the Inter-American Sanita-
ry Engineering Association at
the Panama Hilton Hotel.
December 6-8-P a t r o n Saint
Festivities at Pacora.
December 8-Mother's Day in
the Republic of Panama.
December 12-Science and Pro-
gress Fair at the Colegio
Jos6 Daniel Crespo of Chitre.
December 13-15-Agricultural,
Industrial and Cultural Fair
at Penonome.


Canal Water Mixed

With Texas River
Water from the Panama Ca-
nal was oiended with the water
in the San Antonio (Texas)
River recently as a symbol of
hemispheric solidarity ahd a
bond of friendship between the
United States and Panama.
The festivities commemorat-
ed the 60th anniversary of the
independence of Panama.
A delegation of several hun-
dred San Antonians will tour a
number of Central and South
American countries early next
year.


Books You Might


Have Missed
AND THE MOUNTAINS WILL
MOVE by Miles P. DuVal is a
readable narrative account of the
construction of the Panama Canal
from the building of the Panama
Railroad to the modernization pe-
reiod prior to World War II.
DuVal captures the spirit of the
early builders and presents it
with vigor and enthusiasm. This
book is little involved with eco-
omic and administrative develop-
ments, but rather with the job
of telling the engineering story
about the moving of mountains.
DuVal was Port Captain at Bal-
boa during the War years.


~a~ai ~i~il_


Nursery


Center


Program

Mrs. David S. Parker, wife
of the Lieutenant Governor of
the Canal Zone, will speak at
an Appreciation Day program
to be held Thursday afternoon
December 5, at 5 o'clock in the
Pedro Miguel Child Nursery
Center.
Because of her experience in
nursery school programs in the
United States, Mrs. Parker has
taken a keen interest in the
work being done with pre-
school children in the Pedro
Miguel center. She will talk on
the benefits of the program and
the -value of a school of this
type for pre-school children of
the community.
The program is being arrang-
ed by Mrs. Georgina C. de
Young, social worker for the
Social Welfare Program in the
Latin American Communities in
the Canal Zone to mark the
completion of the first term
that the nursery school has
operated in Pedro Miguel.
It will also serve to express
appreciation for the volunteers
who worked at the school and
the mothers and fathers of the
Pedro Miguel and Paraiso com-
muhities who gave active sup-
port to the project.
Mrs. Parker, a graduate of
Stanford University in Califor-
nia, has four children of her
own. She spent five years in
nursery school and kindergar-
ten work in the United States.
The program Thursday after-
noon also will include a talk on
nursery activities by Mrs.
Myrtle Marshall, director of
the nursery; a board of direc-
tor's report by Aston Parch-
ment, vice president; testi-
monials on "What the nursery
has done for me," by a father
and a mother; the presenta-
tion of certificates by S. D.
Callender, Community Rela-
tions Assistant; and an invoca-
tion and benediction given by
the Rev. Thomas Burns.
Mrs. Julia Adams, program
chairman will open the pro-
gram and will present the
guest speaker.
The Pedro Miguel Nursery
Center. with 26 boys and girls
enrolled, was established at the
beginning of the Latin Amer-
ican school year as a commu-
nity project for the care of pre-
school children when their
mothers work or must go to
the hospital.
It was organized by the Pa-
raiso and Pedro Miguel com-
munities under the direction of
Mrs. de Young who has trained
the volunteer workers and
helped with the program.


Gray Lady Meeting

Gorgas Gray ladies concerned
with Christmas plans for the pa-
tients will attend a meeting on
December 2, Mrs. Kenneth Fre-
dericks, chairman, has announced.
The meeting will begin at 9:30
a.m. in the Red Cross Lounge,
Gorgas Hospital.


SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is an official publication of the
Panama Canal Balboa Heights,
C. Z. News articles contained in it
are made available to all interest-
ed news media for whatever use
they may wish to make of them
and may be reprinted without of-
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 I. Fleming. Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended tor publication
in the SPILLWAY should be receiv-
ed in the Panama Canal Press Of.
Lice no later than Tuesday after.
noon of the week of publication.
Urgent material cam be received
and processed for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mal material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M. Balboa Heights. C. Z.


SCN-TV



SCHEDULE


SUNDAY
1:00-Parade ot Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-Contrails
4:30-Communism-Myth
vs. Reality
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Goodyear Playhouse
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS IN
REVIEW
9:00-Tomorrow
10:00-The Thin Man
10:30-What's My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Circle Theatre
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05---agic Land of
Alakazam
5:30-Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-FOUR STAB
EDITION
6:35-Wonders of
The World
7:00--'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:
"Waltz Time"
10:30-Science in Action
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-First Edition
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-Gale Storm Show
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-BIENVENIDO
7:15-ARMED FORCES
NEWS
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Keefe Braselle Show
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Armchair Theatre:
"'Blake of 'Scotland
Yard"
10:00-lack Paar
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Dick Van
Dyke Danny
Thomas

WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-Boots and Saddles
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-AROUND AND
ABOUT
7:15-Newsreel
7:30-Flight
8:00-Special:
"Hollywood Sings"
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Ted Mack
9:30-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Zane Grey
Andy Griffith

THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-EBF "Crusades'
6:00-FOU'R STAR
EDITION
6:35--Report
7:00-Talent Scouts
8:00-Sing Along with
Mitch
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Playhouse 90
10:30-Ann Southern
Show
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Young People's
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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-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Sat Double Feature:
"Waltz Time" &
"Blake of Scotland
Yard"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-The Melody
Lingers On.
7:30-To Tell the Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-US Steel Hour
10:00-Fight of the Week
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11:15-Steve Allen


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Elogia


Elegia Templada en el tdeso ierto
*Por Moravia Ochoa L6pez
La siguiente elegia poitica es re-
producida por petrmisb d6 su au-
tora y tomada de "La Estrella'de
Panama" del domingo 24 de -1no-
viembre, 1963.
S61o s6 que eras hombre, John Fitzgerald Kennedy,
s61o se que eras el Presidente de los.,grandes Estados,
s6lo se que tenias mujer,
que tenias hijos, .. .
que perdiste tu hijo iltiio, John Fitzgerald,
que eras bueno,
que eras de padre y madre,
que has caldo
en medio de los dolores de America.
S6lo se que nada malo se cuenta de ti,
John Fitzgerald,
srada particularmente
Ahora los hombres se cruzarin los brazos ante tu cadaver,
te leerAn pensando.
te velarin pensando
se golpearAn con tu muerte, John Fitzgerald.
S6lo se que eras un buen hombre, Presidente,
que un par de niios blancos
se ponian el dela'ntal human de tu nombre
y como nifios, s'm)les, se reian,
y tu reias con ellos
y te complacias,
John Fitzgerald.
No te importaba como hombre
que un par de nifos: dulces
se pusieran de delantal tu. nombre
sin acordarse de que -eras
el patrocinador de 'a paz para AmBrica,
su President,
el President de Texas donde mroiste,
donde te asesnaron;
el President de los grandes Estados,
el President,
John Fitzgerald.


Ahora se que caiste. S61o eso.
Mido que Jacqueline es una mujer.
Mido que Jacqueline es una viuda
igual que otras
cuando duerme y respira
y cuando Ilora y vive.
Pienso
que ti caiste en tu trabajo,
en Dallas,' Kennedy,
en Dallas sonreido
en Dallas, frente a una multitude que era tu cortejo,
en Dallas, oficialmente, John Fitzgerald.
Ahora se que caiste. S6oo eso.
Digo que se me parti6 la voz porque eso es cierto;
d'go que cuando 1o supe.me fulminaron;
digo'que cuando 1i supe
tembl6 mAs que los pajaros mi angustia,
llore sobre tu asesinato,
las manos me gritaron
y solloz6 por lo que acaba la muerte,
President.
61lo sA que caiste, John Fitzgerald,
* padre, esposo, hijo, camarada.
Ya me olvido que te Ulaman el amo de los capitalistas,
y, desdeiosamente, imperialista
porque eras John Fitzgerald, Presidente,
porque naciste alli, en Norteamnrica,
a algunas ligrirhas y millas de Panam :
que es donde estA er Canal:
alli donde estAn los hombres que algunos quieten odiar,
alli donde las razas se odian como en todas parties
blasfemando contra el hermano,
John Fitzgerald.
Has caido de muerte. Hoy te quitaron
el derecho que queremos los que no somos capitalistas;
hoy te dieron de bruces contra la muerte,.
te dieron caza como a un pajaro, John Fitzgerald,
indefenso, sonrisa de Angel para siempre.
Te han atado los pufios y la voz, :,
el sexo y la palabra te la han muerto,
el cuerpo, la sonrisa;
hoy te mataron
en nombre de un absurd mas. Cualquiera.
Hoy te quitaron
el derecho heredado que es la vida,
President. :
Ahora se que has caido, John Fitzgerald.
John se llama esta vez la canallada.
S61o s6 que has caido. Te caiste,
que no quiero creerlo; pero, es cierto:
caiste, Presidente. vas herido;
America lo sabe, Ilora Am6rica, ..
como se Ilora a un hijq que, ha parido,
sin ver mas sus dolores
ni a tus capitalistas.
Eres.un quieto pajaro que duerme,
que un biombo hecho de p6lvora ha partido,
. eres un nifio muerto,
eres un baby asesinado, John Fitzgerald,
eres un hombre muerto, sin sentido.
Eres un poble nifio que no paseara mAs su sonrisa;
eres de Dallas, eres de America, de Norteamerica;
eres de PanamA. Hoy eres nuestrq.
Eres dolor de alma y de palabra,
eres de alma y de palabra,
eres un hombre simple que ha cafdo
terminando su vuelo como un pajaro,
John Fitzgerald herido por un biombo de p6ovora.


de


JFK


r. i. Al asumir la Primera Magistratura de su pais, como
366 Presidenfe de los Estados Unidos' de America, Lyn-
don Baines Johnson, hizo una proclamaci6n en la que
decia:
d, AL PUEBLO DE ESTADOS UNIDOS:
" John Fitzgerald Kennedy, el 359 Presidente de Es-
tados Unidos, nos ha sido arrebatado por un acto que es
s l un ultraje a toda persona decent, doquiera se encuentre.
Mantuvo el la fe de nuestros antepasados que consis.
Ste en la libertad para todos los hombres. Ampli6 las fron.
Steras de esa f6 y la respald6 con la fuerza y la valentia que
son caracteristicas de. la Naci6n que 61 presidi6.
t Hombre de visual, entereza y paz, molde6 y puso en
,movimiento el poderio de nuestra Naci6n at servicio de
un mundo de creciente libertad y orden. Los amantes de
la Paz Ilevardn luto por su muerte.
Asi como 61 nunca se sustrajo a sus responsabilida.
des, acogi6ndolas, por el contrario, asi mismo no aprobaria
que nosotros eludi6semos las nuestras de lievar adelante
su obra en esta hora de tragedia national.
El mismo lo dijo: "La energia, la f,. la devoci6n que
,:,- aportamos a esta obra iluminarA nuestro pals y a todos
L D quienes lo sirven y el resplandor de.ese f1ulgo puede en
LYNDON B. JOHNSON verdad iluminar a| mundo"."


PESAME DE PANAMA "Q Precio Cuesta elFanaM mo"
Panama. 22 de Nov. de 1963. reio m


Mayor General
Robert J. Fleming Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal.
Balboa Heights, Z. del C.
Senior Gobernador:
, Ae dirijo a Vuestra Excelencia
por este medio, profundamente
conmovido por el alevoso y co-
barde asesinato del Excelentisimo
senior Presidente de los Estados
Unidos de America, John F. Ken-
nedy, (q.ep.d.), vilmente asesina-
do al medio dia de hoy, en la ciu-
dad de Dallas, Estado de Texas.
Para el Gobierrio de la Repibli-
ca de-Panama en particular, y pa-
ra todos los panamefios en gene-
ral, la muerte del senor Presi-
dente Kennedy viene a constituir,
una irreparable p6rdida, ya que
k1 habia demostrado durante, su
gesti6n de gobierno, una verda-
dera amistad para con los paca-
mefios y una comprensi6n hacia
nuestras justas aspiraciones de
mantener una fraternal coopera-
ei6n entire ambos pueblos y go-
bierhos.
Quiero sefiof G6bernador, ha-
cer Ilegar por viiestro digno con-
ducto a todo el personal civil es-
tadounidense de la Zona del Ca-
nal tambi6n, las manifestaciones
de pesar que nos embargan hoy
por tan sensible perdida.
Del senior Gobernador, sincera-
mente,
GALILEO SOLIS,
Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores.

En la Abadia
De Westminster
Durante ceremonial verifl-
ca en la Abadia de West-
minster, en Londres, en con-
mernoraci6n al difunto Presi-
dente Kennedy y con la asis-
tencia de los mas caracteriza-
dos lideres de la vida inglesa,
el Archidean de Wastminster,
Venerable E. F. Carpenter,
dijo en su sermon:
"Trajo una rafaga de aire
puro a una area de la
vida humana que frecuen-
temente es escenarlo para
el estulto, el novato y el
inexperto".


Lo que dijo el Senador..
El lider democratico del Se-
nado, Mike Mansfield (de Mon-
tana) hablando tamblin en el
!Capitolio dijo que Kennedy "nos
0d6 su afecto para que a nues-
tra vez diesemos el niuestro".
Di6 para que diesemos tambien,
para que nos ayudasemos unos
a otros, hasta cuando ya no hu-
biere lugar, ningun lugar, para
la intolerancia, los prejuicios y
la arrogancia que se confabula-
ron en ese moment de horror
para abrumarlo y derribarlo..."


Hablando ante el firetro del Presidente Kennedy que yacia
en Capilla Ardiente 'en la 'Rotunda del Capitolio, el Presidente
de la Corte Suprema de Estados Unjdos, Earl Warren, manifes-
t6, en parte:
Lo "que indujo. a un pobre Infeliz descarriado a realizar
este horrible acto quizas no se Ilegue a saber nunca; pero lo
que si sabemos es que.esos actos son comunmente estimulados
por las fuerzas del odio y la malevolencia, tales como las que
ahora estan carcomiendo su camino hacia el sistema de la vida
americana .. Que precio pagamos por este fanatismo!
"Si realmente amamos este pais, si realmenfe amamos la
justicia y la misericordia, si deseamos fervientemente hacer a
esta Naci6n mejor, para quienes nos sucederin, debemos al me-
nos abjurar del odio que consume a la gente, de las falsas acu-
saciones que nos dividend y del resentimiento que engendra la
violencia.
Seria demasiado esperar que el martirio de nuestro que-
ride Presidente ablande el coraz6n de quienes recularian ante
el asesinato pero no vacilan en propagar el veneno que prende
la mente de otros?"


'Tragica Prdida para el Mundo'


dice el Goberna
"La terrible impresi6n de la
muerte del Presidente Kennedy...
por un salvaje e insensato asesi-
nato" deio perpleia a la gente'
aqui y en todlo el mundo, decla-
r6 por television el Gobernador
de la Zona del Canal, Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., pocas horas despu6s
del magricidio.
"La tragica p6rdida para nues-
tro pais, para el Mundo Libre y
para todo el mundo, sera deplo-
rada con la mas profunda pesa-
dumbre en todas parties, y s6 que
todos nosotros aqui compartire.
mos ese hondo pesar durante.los
servicios en sufragio a un gran,.
gran Presidente".
En declaraciones formuladas'
corto tiempo despu6s del anuncio


dor R. J. Fleming
de la muerte del Presidente, el
Gobernador Fleming dijo: "A
nombre de los residents de la
Zona del Canal express el mas
profundo dolor por la tragica
:muerte :.del.' Presidente John F.
Kennedy." Fue entonces que
anunci6 que la bandera perma.
neceria a media asta y que que-
daban restringidas todas las fact.
lidades para recreo y diversion.
El Gobernador envi6 el siguien.
te cablegrama a la viuda de Ken-
nedy:
"Los residents de la Zona del
Canal, de todas las nacionalida-
des, envian su mas sentido pesa-
me en estos moments de tragic
dolor y perdida para usted y pa.
ra el pueblo Americano".


El. Canal' de Pana.m





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Suscriben Ambos el 100%


Tanto la Divisi6n de Trans-
portes y Terminales cuaito la
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n
alcanzaron el 100 por ciento de
la meta fijada como su cuota
para el Fondo Unido de la ,%-
na del Canal; esto deja s6lo a
la Direcci6n de Salubridad y a
la de Marina a la saga de sus


respectivas metas.
Las otras dependencias sobre-
suscribieron su cuota y algu-
nas hasta lograron aportar el
119 6 115 por ciento.
Al clausurarse esta semana
la campafia se obtuvo el 99 por
ciento del objetivo prefijado pa-
ra el Canal de Panami.


VISITANTES DE LA SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 1,505
Esclusas de Gat6n 128
Las Cruces, 4 viajes 390
8 barcos de pasajeros 1,804
Otras giras 210
Total 4,037
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Ioviembre 29 de 1963


' SPILLWAY


Pigina DOS


16 NACIONES IRAN AL GRAN



CAMPOREE CENTRO-AMERICANO


DEL 13 AL 22 DE DICIEMBRE


Boy Scouts y Exploradores tan-
;to de la Zona del Canal cuanto
de Estados Unidos vendran a Pa-
nama a participar en el Cuarto
Camporee Centro Americano.
16 naciones del hemisferio oc-
cidental han aceptado invitaci6n
para este event del escoutismo
americano en el cual se espera
que se congregarin unos 1,500
scouts y exploradores.
El program de 10 dias se ini-
ciard el 13 del mes entrante y
concluiri el dia 22 de diciembre.
.Se han hecho arreglos para un
Dia de la Zona del Canal en el
cual el Servicio de Guias de la
Zona del Canal atenderA a los vi-
sitantes durante su visit a la
Zona. Los scouts, ademrs de la
visit a las esclusas de Miraflo-


res para ver transitar las naves,
e ir a los jardines de Summit,
serin, llevados en una travesia
parcial del Canal en grupos de
200, mis o menos.
Unos 200 boys scouts y explo-
radores de la Zona del Canal
proyectan tomar parte en el
Camporee, yendo a la sesi6n de
apertura el sAbado 14 y otra vez
el mi6rcoles 18 despu6s de classes
o el jueves en la mariana. Los
scouts participants serin excu-
sados de sus classes el jueves y
viernes 19 y 20 de diciembre.
A cada delegaci6n se le conce-
derAn unos 30 minutes para de-
mostrar sus variadas pericias co-
mo scouts.
Para la gran fogata que se ha-
ri en la noche del viernes 20, la


Orden de la Flecha de los Boy
Scouts de la Zona del Canal, es-
cenificaran una ceremonia alusi-
va al acto. Disfrazados de Pieles
Rojas y con el rostro pintorre-
teado, ejecutaran danzas indige-
nas para deleite del Camporee en
general.
El camporee, que concluira el
domingo 22, acampara en el Ran-
cho Ponderosa, en las vecindades
del aeropuerto de Tocumen y
cerca de la costa.
El Ejecutivo del escoutismo,
W. Y. Compton, esti coordinan-
do los programs entire la Zona
del Canal y el Camporee; Wes-
ley Townsend y Russell Jones,
son los funcionarios encargados
del acampamento.


VILMA HENRY y Toribio Samuels interpretaron varias canciones du-
rante la function celebrada el mi6rcoles 20 de noviembre en el Tea.
tro de Santa Cruz, a beneficio del Fondo Unido de la Zona del Canal,
baio el patrocinio de los empleados no estadounidenses de la Divisi6n
de Dragas del Canal de Panama.


BROCHE DE ORO CLASICO


FUE FUNCTION DE SANTA CRUZ


-.,. .. .. ~. ~ .wadi .a k
LOS TWILIGHTS deleitaron a la numerosa concurrencia que se dio cita el miercoles 20 de noviembre en
el Teatro de Santa Cruz durante la funci6n ofrecida a beneficio del Fondo Unido de la Zona del Canal,
bajo el patrocinio de los empleados no estadounidenses de la Division de Dragas del Canal de Panama.


Un lleno total registry en el
Teatro de Santa Cruz la funci6n
celebrada el mi6rcoles 20 a bene-
ficio del Fondo Unido de la Zona
del Canal, acto que se verific6
bajo los auspicios de los emplea-
dos no-norteamericanos de la Di-
visi6n de Dragas del Canal de Pa-
nama. Tan repleto estaba el sa-
16n que se veian muchos nifios
compartiendo la misma butaca
con otro o con un mayor.
Los espectadores aplaudieron
a rabiar los varies ndmeros del
program resultando la funci6n
todo un exito de taquilla, del que
se benefici6 el Fondo Unido con
la suma total de $207.50.
Antes del especticulo de varie-
dades se proyect6 en pantalla la
cinta "The Magnificent Seven",
pero los Famosos Astronautas -
en opinion del pfiblico- se "ro-
baron el show", compartiendo los


honors y aplausos con otros ex-
celentes ndimeros.
EspectAculo similar fue ofre-
cido el martes 26 en Rainbow
City por los empleados no-esta-
dounidenses de la Divisi6n' In-
dustrial del Canal de Panama
tambi6n a beneficio del Fondo
Unido de la Zona del Canal pa-
ra que pudieran concurrir los re-
sidentes de la costa atlantica.

AH...! BUENO...
Una comisi6n del Servicio Ci-
vil (Carrera Administrativa) de Es-
tados Unidos ha logrado estable-
cer que las damas empleadas pd-
blicas usan como dia y medio
mis de permisos por enfermedad
por afio que los varones, pero ha-
cen 6nfasis en que la estadistica
incluye ausencia por maternidad.
El promedio por empleado mon-
ta a 8.3 dias por aiio.


El Martes Actua en Balboa Oradora en e IHabria Examenes en Dic.



La Escuela Nac. de Danzas i l Prec Enero, Febrero y Marzo
La sefiora Elizabeth Parker, es-


Un Conjunto de la Escuela
National de Danzas de Pana-
ma, se presentarAn por segunda
vez en el Teatro de Balboa en
la tanda nocturna del martes 3
de diciembre. La primer pre-
sentaci6n de este grupo se ve-
rific6 en junio pasado y con-
sisti6 en bailes iguales a los
que fueran vistos en el interior
y en Panama, durante la tem-
porada artistic.
La funci6n del martes, ,en
cambio ,sera una premier de
los programs de danzas de la
temporada de 1964 de la Es-
cuela Nacional de Danzas que
opera bajo el Departamento de
Bellas Artes del Ministerio de
Educaci6n de PanamA
El grupo que se presentara
en el Teatro de Balboa, esta
formado por estudiantes adul-
tos y semiprofesionales. Dirije
el program el professor Julio
Araiz, del Departamento de
Ballet, y reputado core6grafo y
afamado ba larin, egresado de
la Real Academia de Ballet de
Inglaterra. Aradz ha actuado
en varies paises de Europa,
tanto en la escena cuanto con
Ia compafiia de Opera de Zu-
rich. Con su hermana Flor Ma-
fia, ha ofrecido exitosos reci-
tales en PanamA y ea tel ex-
tranjero.
La bailarina Ileana de .Sola,
regres6 a Panam, .despuM9 de


estudiar ballet modern en
Mexico y ha aparecido en el
teatro y programs televisados.
Prefiere, sin embargo, el baile
clAsico y es muy adecuada en
la Muerte del Cisne.
Edgardo Ferguson es un
acompaiiante muy solicitado
por su control, balance y ele-
vada tecnica que ya es amplia-
mente reconocida. Ademas de
bailarin es escritor professional.
Fay Douglas, periodista, ad-
mite que para ella el bailey es
algo congenito que le brota des-
de muy dentro.
Carmen Rosa Juan, la mAs
joven del grupo, tiene vis c6mi-
ca y es expert en danzas es-
pafolas. Estudia ballet seria-
mente.
Yadira Esquivel es aborigen
de pura raza, nacida en el ar-
chipielago de San Bias. Ape-
sar del corto tiempo que lleva
estudiando ballet ha realizado
grandes progress en el pas de
deux.
Despubs de su presentaci6n
del marbles en la noche habra
el dia 7 de diciembre un mati-
nee de estudiantes que presen-
tarAn el program intitulado
"Invitaci6n al Valse".
Se proyectaran peliculas ea
ambas funciones, ademis de
las presentaciones de danzas y
sin aumento del precio.


posa del Vice-gobernador de la
Zona del Canal, David S. Parker,
hablari en el program del Dia
de Aprecio que se celebrari el
jueves 5 de diciembre a las 5 de
la tarde en la Guarderia Infantil
de Pedro Miguel.
Debido a su experiencia en
programs de guarderia infantil
en los Estados Unidos, la Sra.
Parker se ha interesado much
en el trabajo que se lleva a ca-
bo con los nifios pre-escolares en
el centro de Pedro Miguel. Ella
hablara sobre los beneficios del
program y el valor de una es-
cuela de este tipo para los niiios
pre-escolares de la comunidad.
El program ha sido arreglado
por la Sra. Georgina C. de Young,
trabajadora social del Programa
de Bienestar Social en las Comu-
nidades Latinoamericanas en la
Zona del Canal para sefialar la
terminaci6n del primer period
que la guarderia infantil ha fun-
cionado en Pedro Miguel.
Tambien expresara el aprecio
a las voluntarias que trabajaron
en la escuela y las madres y pa-
dres de las comunidades de Pedro
Miguel y Paraiso que ofrecieron
todo su apoyo al proyecto.
La Guarderia Infantil de Pedro
Miguel, can 26 niiios y nifias xna-
triculados, fue estableoida al co-
menzar el afio escolar Latinoame-
ricano como un proyeoto comu-
nal para el cuidado de los nifios
pre-escolares cuando sus madres
trabajan o deben ir at hospital


La Junta Coordinadora del Per-
sonal Civil de la Zona del Canal,
Oficina Central de Empleo, ha
anunciado planes tentativos para
exAmenes que tendrian verificati-
vo durante los meses de diciem-
bre, enero, febrero y marzo ve-
nideros.
El iltimo dia que se marca mas
abajo sera el postrero en que se
considerarAn solicitudes para so-
meterse al examen dado. Sin
embargo, si el anuncio persist,
las solicitudes recibidas fuera de
esa fecha se tendrian en consi-
deraci6n para futures exAmenes.
Las fechas fijadas siguen: su-
plente de Oficinista distribuidor,
Nov. 12 Dic. 7; Oficinista-Esten6-
grafo-Mecan6grafo: Nov. 19-Dic.
14; Contable-Oficinista. Contable
Tecnico: Dic. 5-Dic. 18; Ayudante
Recreaci6n: Die. 20-Enero 3; Ofi-
cinista: Die. 24-Enero 6; Policia
Raso: Die. 27-Enero 10; Inspector
de Construcciones: Dic. 27-Enero
12; Oficinista, Mecano-Esten6gra-
fo: Die. 31-Enero 14; Contable:
Enero 10 al 24; Operador de Ma-
quinas de Oficina: Enero 13 al 27;
Ayudante Agrimensor: Enero 23
a Feb. 5.
Los exAmenes de admisi6n para
el Servicio Federal seran enero
31 a Feb. 16; Oficinista-Mecano-
Esten6grafo: Feb. 10 al 24; Guar-


dia: Feb. 24-Marzo 9; Rep6rter-
esten6grafo: Feb. 27-Marzo 12.


EL LUNES ES
GRADUATION
EN EL YMCA
Hoy viernes terminal el cur-
so de ingl6s que se dicta en
el YMCA de Crist6bal, se-
gun anuncio hecho per el di-
rector del Departamento de
Educaci6n de dicho centro,
senior capitan Jos6 A. Fie-
rro.
La ceremonia de gradua-
ci6n de los estudiantes se
proyecta para el lunes 2 de
diciembre. Todos aquellos
que hubiesen terminado sa-
tisfactoriamente el curso,
asistiendo durante los meses
de agosto, septiembre y oc-
tubre, pero que, por alguna
u otra raz6n no hubiesen po-
dido concurrir al "repaso"
de noviembre, se graduaran
en igualdad de circunstan-
cias con los demas alumnos
que aprobaron el curso.
Se suplica a todos puntual
asistencia a la graduaci6n
que se Ilevara a cabo en el
auditorio del YMCA de Cris-
t6bal, a las sete de Ja @o-
che.


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INflVomhrsI 2 Iri 19A2 SPLL WAY PL7i TR


I os Panameeos Que Triunfdan en Europa
. Titn Marshall IsmaeIl Laujuna


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AHOGARSE QUEDA FUERA DE MODA!


PARA SOBREVIVIR



para adults
y ninos


para nadadores y
no nadadores


x ficil de aprender



H6 aqui como se loqra flotar para SOBREVIVIR...

Aspire profundamente, sostenga el resuello y sumerjase.
Relaje el cuerpo. Se hundird ligeramente pero -mientras
mantenga aire en los pulmones- se mantendra aflote. Man-
tenga su laxitud y el agua lo sostendrA.
2 Continde laxo y traiga lentamente los brazos hacia adelante.
(Si eso lo ayuda, encoja un poco la pierna).


gido y deje que el agua sostenga casi todo el peso. Puede
empezar a exhalar antes de que el rostro rompa la super-
ficie.
Cuando la eabeza surja sobre la superficie, di un empell6n
U poce fuerte con las manos; esto lo sostendrA aflote tiem-
po sificiente para aspirar de nuevo, lentamente, por la bo-
ea,. Mantenga su laxitud. C6jalo suave. No trasegue. Y
no procure respirar mAs de una vez cada vez que salga
a flote de la superficie; no lo lograria y se atoraria.


S Despues de aspirar profundamente mantenga el resuello y
no de brazadas. Mant6ngase laxo. Su cuerpo empezara a
sumergirse con naturalidad. Al hundirse la resistencia del
agua levantar6 sin esfuerzo sus brazos hasta que queden en
posici6n para la siguiente brazada. En un par de segundos
su cuerpo surgirA hacia la superficie nuevamente y el agua
lo sostendr6 para repetir los puntos 2, 3, y 4 y volver a al-
zar la cabeza fuera del agua.
En vez de abandonarse al sost6n natural descrito en el pun-
to 5, usted podria preferir boyar uno o dos segundos, eon
la cara hacia abajo, antes de levantarla para respirar nue-
vamente. Cualquiera de los metodos puede ser empleado;
essaye ambos y adopted el que mejor plaza. Pero sea cual
fuere el que adoptase, nunca aguarde a que sus pulmenes
estin al reventar antes de aspirar mas aire.


S Ahora, despacio y sin apuros, eche sus brazos y piernas ha-
eia abajo. Levante la eabeza lo sufieiente como para man-
tenerla fuera del agua. Conserve el resto del cuerpo sumer-


Rodolfo "Tito" Marshall, que fue-
ra campe6n ligero del Istmo y que
ahora est6 residiendo en los Estados
Unidos, logr6 el lunes por la noche
un gran triunfo en los tinglados in-
gleses, al imponerse ampliamente
por decision al campe6n britdnico
de los pesos livianos, Dave Charn-
ley. Este fue el segundo triunfo de
un pugil panamefio en tinglados eu-
ropeos en una semana, pues el lu-
nes anterior, Ismael Laguna habia
vencido por puntos en Paris, a Rafiu
King, campe6n pluma de Nigeria.

El encuentro entire Marshall y
Charnley se celebr6 en Manchester,
Inglaterra, y el triunfo del paname-
iio puede llevarlo muy pronto a un
combat con el campe6n mundial
de la division ligera, el puertorri-
quefio Carlos Ortiz, ya que Charn-
ley esperaba ganar el encuentro del
lunes para medirse luego con Ortiz.


Birbara Janowitz

Cani el Premio de

a Bausch & Loamb
La seforita BArbara Janowitz
gan6 el- Premio de Ciencias efre-
cido per la Bausch y Lomb, se-
gain anuncio hecho por el diree-
tor de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa, David A. Speir, Jr., quien
destac6 la importancia del estn.
die de las ciencias en esta poeea
del desenvolvimiento humane. El
premier de la Bausch & Lomb es
dado en reconocimiento a los gra-
dos acad6micos obtenidos en ma-
teria cientifica por el alumni
mils calificado.
La sefiorita Janowitz mereci6 el
galard6n en gracia a sus califi.
caeiones en ciencia y matemati.
cas, la recomendaci6n de la Fa.
cutaSd y a su propia orientaci6a
cientlfca.
EF Premio de Clencias consistO
en uo. medall6n de bronee y es
otongado en la graduaci6n en mni
de 8.500 escuelas secundarias.
Desde que fue instaurado en 1933
ha-sido concedido a unos 170,000
ganadores, de los cuales un 30%
haa proseguido en su interns per
la Ciencia, dedicindose a carre-
ras en ramas eientificas.
Tedos los ganadores puede*
participar en concurso para be-
cas en la Universidad de Roehes
ter; los estipendios se concedes
con base a las necesidades y tie.
nen un valor agregado de eome
$59,0OF en cuatro aiios. El gana.
dor es usualmente escogido en
neviembre o diciembre de suer-
te qeo sw soliectud para el ees.
euwso de becas pude ser semesl
da antes del lo. de febrero.


BOYAR


Noviembre 29 de 79631


Aff
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Pbtvia TRES


S P L LW A


Un gran homenaje piblico serd rendido
esta tarde, al sensacional pugilista colonen-
se ISMAEL LAGUNA, por su sensacional y
resonante triunfo obtenido el lunes 18 de
noviembre sobre Joe Rafiu King, campe6n
peso pluma de Nigeria, en el Palacio de los
Deportes en Paris.
Laguna arrib6 inesperadamente el lu-
nes por la maiana al Istmo, despuds de
haber pasado unos dias en Barcelona, Es-
paia y Lisboa, Portugal, en uni6n de su
apoderado Isaac Kresch y el entrenador
Ram6n "Curro" Dosman. Ellos eran espe-
rados el martes.
El homenaje se iniciard a las 5 de la tar-
de en la Plaza 5 de Mayo, de donde saldrd
una manifestaci6n hacia la Plaza de Santa
Ana, en donde le serdn entregadas a La-
guna las leaves de la ciudad y un pergami-
no del Consejo Municipal de Panamd; tam-
biWn recibird pergaminos de la Comisi6n
de Boxeo Profesional de Panamd, del De-
partamento de Educaci6n Fisica y Depor-
tes, y del Comit6 Organizador del Recibi-
miento a Laguna.
Se espera una gran cantidad de simpati-
zadores de Laguna en el homenaje de esta
to 'ri .,


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La Sangre ro

[ligar a Rio

El invicto peso pluma chiricano
Carlos Rios arriesgara su cadena
de echo victorias consecutivas el
deomngo por la noche en el Girn
nasio Nacional, cuando se mida
en eombate a diez asaltos con el
experimentado pugilista mexica.
no Jorge Ceja en peso maxima de
128 libras.
Rios ha ganado todas sus pe-
leas per la via rApida y espera
centinuar en esa forma igualar o
superar niks tarde el record de
victorias seguidas por nocant
-diez- impuesto por Jose Lorn-
bardo e igualado mas tarde per
Sim6n Vergara e Ismael Laguna,
que per coincidencia son del pe-
so pluma.
Ademis del encue tro Rios-
Ceja, habrA otra pelea a diez
vueltas, entire Eugenio Hurtado
y el veteran Carlos Real. Hur-
tado venci6 a Real por decision
la, primera vez que se midieron en
el tinglado del Gimnasio Nacio-
nal'.
Dos preliminares de cuatro asal-
tos eompletaran la cartilla del
impresario Jorge Ricardo Panay.


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Noviembre 29 de 1963


SPILLWAY


Pagina CUATRO


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-litazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Ddsnuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos
Contestan
10:30-Teleteatro
LtNES
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-R-eportales
Mundiales
3:00--Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muft
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
-8:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Aiedrez Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00--Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportaies
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartons
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00--opeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00--Roy Rodgers
7:30--Biogralia
8:00-Fred Astaire
Present
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartone.
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mulet
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dibujos Anlmados
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surl Side 6
9:00-Los Trabajadores
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
IUEVES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartonee
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-Popey.
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extrafip 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
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
:00--El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
9:00-El Fabricante do
Noticias
9:30-Mantovanl
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Sola do Poyeccl6n
10:45--Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Viajando con
lanolo Castille
3:15-Reportales
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Muetr
5:45-Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
:00--Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30--nspector Leclerc
11:00--Salveso Quien
Pueda
11:30--Hazafas del Espacio
12:00--La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Intormal
1:30-rNovela 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 Cbmicas
6:00-Sere de Aventuras
6:30-Ley del Revolver
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 Hipido
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre on el
Espacio
6:30--Yogi -Bear
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00--La Hora Continental
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula
MIERCOLES
l:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-La Legion Extranjera
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30--Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las 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 de
Cartones
12:15-Rev6lver a la
Orden
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30-La Herencia
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dick Powell Show
10:30-Noticias
10:45-Pelicula

VIERNES
11:30-Festival de Cartones
12:15-Guillermo Tell
12:45-Carrousel Hipico
12:52-Noticias
1:08-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Novela de las Cinco
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Herencla
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-Noticlas
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspense
10:00-Noticias
10:IS-Pelicule


-GENTE EN LA NOTICIA-


LOUISE E. GOLDSON, oficinis-
ta en el Dispensario del Hospi-


Nuevo Jefe de la

Defense Civil
JAMES A. BRIGMAN, hasta aho-
ra Ingeniero Electrico en la Divi-
si6n de Ingeneiria ha sido nom-
brado Jefe de la Defensa Civil
en la Zona del Canal, cargo de-
jado vacant por Philip L. Dade,
quien se jubil6 en noviembre dos-
pues de servir al Estado por 26
anos.
El nuevo Jefe de la Defensa
Civil ha sido ayudante radi6logo
por various afios y ha servido, en
algunas ocasiones, el cargo que
ahora pasa a ocupar en propie-
dad, durante ausencias del sefor
Dade.
Oriundo de Fitzgerald, Estado
de Georgia, Brigman se recibi6
en el Instituto Tecnol6gico de
Georgia en 1934 diplomAndose en
ingenieria electric; trabaj6 en
Corvallis, Oreg6n, antes de tras-
ladarse al Istmo para ingresar a
la Division de Ingenieria. Tam-
bidn ha aprobado varies curses
en Defense Civil.
Brigman, quien caus6 baja del
Ej6rcito con el range de Teniente
Coronel, ostenta las cintas de
campaia de America y de Euro-
pa, donde sirvi6 durante la pasa-
da Guerra. Es miembro de nu-
merosas sociedades cientificas y
profesionales y en una ocasi6n
presidi6 la Sociedad Americana
de Ingenieros Militares.



SPILLWAY


Pubicac6n orcial del Cmaal de
Panamr impress semanalmente on
loe talleres de 'La S trella de Pa-
nam on la cludad de Panamd.
Republica do Panam&. So autori-
sa la reproducci6n ya tuere verbal
o escrita, do cualquier er6nica o
noticia aqni aparocida, sin nocesi-
dad do solicitud *xpresa.
GOBERBADOB DB LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert I. Fleming, Jr.
Vicogobernador
David 8. Parker
I*e1 de la Olicina doe Inormacl6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informaci6n que so deseare
publicar on e* SPILLWAY dobe ser
recibida on la oficina del lefo de
Prensa a m&s tardar e* martes en
at tarde para la pr6xlma odici6n.
Inlormaci6n de character ur5rento p-
dria soe entregada *I miercolos y
hasta e*I ueoes antes del mediodia.
Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
NAMA CANAL, SPILLWAY, Apar-
lade M, Balboa, Zona del Canal.


tal Gorgas, tiene 21 arios de ser-
vicio con la organizaci6n del


Canal de Panama. Ella ingre-
s6 en la organizaci6n trabajan-
do en el antiguo Comisariato de
Curundu el 25 de mayo de 1942,
en donde estuvo dos arios, pa-
sando luego a la Direcci6n de
Salubridad, en el Hospital Gor-
gas, hasta la fecha. Esti en-
cargada de recibir a las pa-
cientes, ya sean civ:les o mi-
litares, revisar sus datos y en-
viarlos donde el med?co; de
acuerdo con las citae que ten-
gan. Tambi6n arregla citas a
los pacientes para otras clini-
cas. Louise nacio en la ciudad
de Panama y reside en el Par-
que Lefevre. Ha recibido ya bo-
tones por 10 y 20 afios de ser-
vicio con el Canal. Se entretie-
ne leyendo y en actividades de
la Iglesia Episcopal San Cris-
t6bal en Parque Lefevre. Su
mayor anhelo es estar al lado
de su hija de 18 aAos de edad
que reside en la ciudad de Nue-
va York.


PREMIADA LABOR DEL


ING. JEFE
Premio por Ejecutorias Sobre-
salientes y Sostenidas y un che-
que por $150.00 fueron otorgados
al Ingeniero Jefe James Langford,
quien es la persona responsible
por la supervigilancia de las tur-
binas y maquinaria auxiliar del
vapor Crist6bal.
La entrega fue hecha por Ax-
ton T. Jones, Director de la Di-
recci6n de Transportes y Termi-
nales, durante ceremonia que se
verific6 en el cuarto de maqui-
nas de la citada nave.
La ocasi6n constituy6 la prime-
ra en que se hacia entrega de
premios de esa naturaleza a un
miembro de la dotaci6n del Cris-
t6bal. Langford sirvi6 desde 1946
como ingeniero abordo de naves
de la Panama Line y ha sido In-
geniero Jefe del Crist6bal des-
de octubre de 1962. El piremio
que ahora se le ha conferido es
en reconocimiento a servicios so-
bresalientes prestados durante el
pasado aio, que comprenden, en
especial, su diligencia en la im-
plantaci6n de un program de
exAmen peri6dico de todo el equi-
po vital de ingenieria, lo que ha
redundado en un mayor ahorro y
eficiencia en la operaci6n de la
embarcaci6n citada. A mAs de su
competencia en el cargo que des-


LANGFORD
empeina, Langford ha demostrado
particular capacidad en su habili-
dad supervisor lo que se ha re-
flejado en la excelencia del ser-
vicio prestado por la tripulaci6n
del cuarto de maquinas.

REUNION DE LA
SOC. HISTORIC
DEL ISTMO EL 2
El lunes entrante -2 de di-
ciembre- celebrara sesi6n en
la Casa de Huespedes Tivoli,
la Socledad Hist6rica del Ist-
mo; la reunion ha quedado
convocada para las 7:30 de la
noche.
La sefiora Ama McCormak,
miembro Fundador de la orga-
nizaci6n, dictara una charla
destacando puntos culminan-
tes de la Historia de Panama.
Tambien se proyectaran dia-
positivos de los dias de la
construcci6n del Canal y co-
mo estaran presents veteran.
nos de esa epopeya, se espe-
ra una animada sesion de pre-
guntas y respuestas.
Todas las sesiones de la So-
ciedad Hist6rica del Istmo es-
tan abiertas al public.


CI.LENDIAHID I1J Lzx B'TDb
29 Proyecci6n de peliculas documentales en la Asociaci6n Pa-
namefio-Norteamericana. Gratis, a las 8 de la noche.
30 Clausura el Primer Sal6n Abierto de Artes PlAsticas aus-
piciado por el Instituto Panamefio de Arte. Ganadores:
Primer Premio: Antonio Alvarado; Segundo Premio:
Joan Stratford; Tercer Premio: Lloyd A. Bartley. Ga-
leria del Magisterio Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizacion
Obarrio, Panama.
DIC I EM B RE
1 7 Cuarto Seminario de la Asociaci6n Interamericana de
Ingenieros Sanitarios. Hotel Panama Hilton.
4 Fiesta de Santa BArbara en Las Minas.
6- 8 Festival de San NicolAs en Arraijfn.
6- 8 Fiestas Patronales de Pacora.
8 La Inmaculada Concepci6n Dia de las Madres en
Panami.
12 Feria del Progreso y la Ciencia en el Colegio Jose Da-
niel Crespo, Chitr6.
13 15 Feria Agricola, Industrial y Cultural de Penonome.
25 NAVIDAD.
28 Los Santos Inocentes.
31 Visperas de Afio Nuevo.


EN SU PANTALLA

Nov. 29 al 5 de Die. PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY

Viernes Nov. 29 NO MAN IS AN ISLAND BILLY ROSE'S "JUMBO" MERMAID OF TIBURON
Owl Show Owl Show 10:30 P.M. OWL SHOW 10:30 p.m. OWL SHOW 10:30 P.M.
10:30 p.m. CELL 2455 DEATH ROW THE INVISIBLE MAN FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG
THEN THERE
Sabado Nov. 30 HIGH SCHOOL CAESAR WERE THREE MERRILL'S MARAUDERS

Domingo Die. 1 TWO WEEKS IN IF MAN ANSWERS BILLY ROSES "JUMBO"
Lunes Dic. 2 ANOTHER TOWN IF MAN ANSWERS BILLY ROSES "JUMBO"

INFORMATION RECEIVED THE GENE KRUPA STORY and
Martes Dic. 3 NIGHT CREATURES LOLITA THE BIG HEAT


Mibrcoles LOLITA INFORMATION RECEIVED ALIAS JESSE JAMES and
Diciembre 4 and NIGHT CREATURES TE BIG BOODLE

Jueves IF A MAN ANSWERS TWO WEEKS IN
Die. 5 ANOTHER TOWN NO MAN IS AN LSLA&P
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