Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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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: March 22, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00399
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Saturday, March 30


OV Day In Gamboa
Next Saturday, March 30, is OV Day I in Gamboa.
Two oral polio vaccine clinics will be operating from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Gamboa and Santa Cruz on that day
to mark the beginning of the Canal Zone program to
"Stamp Out Polio."
A special edition of the "SPILLWAY," printed on yel-
low paper and in a smaller size than the regular publication
will be distributed in Gamboa early next week with regis-
tration blanks and information about the oral vaccine pro-
gram.
Every eligible individual is urged to get the special
"SPILLWAY" edition and complete the registration blanks
before going to the clinic on Saturday.
"DON'T STAND IN LINE FILL 'EM OUT AHEAD
OF TIME."








S PILLWAY


Vol. 1 No. 40 FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1963


3 Lock Workers


Take Long Walk
Three employees of Mira- fortified themselves with honey
flores Locks were nursing sore carried in jars and drank
feet this week after taking water obtained along the way.
part in the current "walk 50 Following t h e successful
miles for fitness" fad. completion ot the marathon,
the two finalists returned to
Thomas orrea, an oiler, and tneir jobs at Miraflores Locks,
Jorge de la Cruz, a cable where overhaul work is in
slicer at Miraflores, made the progress.
50-mile hike from Balboa to
Cristobal in exactly 13 hours. Both men have more than
Walter Phillips. the third mem- 20 years of service in the Locks
her of the group, was forced Dirision and attribute their
to quit .1fter 20 miles. success in completing the long
The hike was begun at walk to the fact that they
10.45--p.m. Monday from the spend most of their time walk-
Police Station in Balboa. where icg on the job.
the three were checked out
by the police. The two men They won't try again right
who completed the walk at away, however. But it they
11.45 a.m. Tuesday were check- do, they will wear different
ed into the Cristobal Police footwear than they did last
Station. week. "Oul feet got sore,"
During the long trek they they explained.


AWARDS PRESENTED-Alton P. White, second from right, who is soon to retire as Chief of the
Dredging Division, and three of his colleagues were presented with certificates of appreciation from
the Sanitation Division last week. From left to right: Capt. David J. Burkett of the dredge
"Mindi;" James P. MacLaren, Chief of the Santi .ation Division, who made the presentations; Julian
S. Hearne, Assistant Chief of the Dredging Division; White; and C. S. Howe, Superintendent of the
Operations Branch of the Dredging Division. Capt. Burkett, Hearne, and Howe also received certifi-
cates.


Dredging Division Officials


Honored For Sanitation Work


Four Dredging
officials, headed
White, chief of the
were presented witi
awards by the Healt
this week in recogniti
assistance and cooper
division has provided
tion control measures
The certificates wer
ed Tuesday afternoon
ing Division headqu
Gamboa, with James
Laren, Chief of the
Divisiofi making the
tion on behalf of Col.
Fugelso, Director of t
Bureau.
Those receiving ce
in addition to White,
lian S. Hearne, assis
of the division; C.
superintendent of the
operations brancn;
David J. Burkett of th
dredge "Mindi".
MacLaren said th
cooperation project


Youthful Winners Named


In History Essay Contest


Youthful historians in the
Canal Zone recently found an
outlet for their interest in things
past by participating in the an-
nual American History Month
essay contest sponsored last
month by the Daughters of the
American Revolution.
Winners on the local level of
first, prizes in the form of gold
medals were Carol Hughes,
sixth grade pupil at Ancon
School, and Peter E. Pearson,
fifth grade at Ancon. Carol
wrote on "Our Flag," while
Peter's subject was "Words

I.


.That Inspired Freedom".
Recipients of silver medals
for second prize are Larry
Karp, fifth grade at Ancon and
Mary Linda Wells, sixth grade
at Balboa. Larry's subject was
"The Constitution of the United
States and its Early History,"
while Mary Linda wrote on
"The Panama Canal."
The following children won
"Certificates of Merit:" Char-
les Gallardo and Kathleen Sup-
ple, sixth grade at Ancon; Billy
Eggleston, fifth grade at Ancon
Terry 'Slotkin and Linda Wil-


Divisions sulted in making the awards
by P. A. 'was filling work on Telfer's
division, Island in Limon Bay. The
h special -Mindi' discnarged spoil from
h Bureau the bay onto the island, helping
ion of the to eliminate low-lying areas
ration the which had been major mos-
in sanita- quito-breeding grounds in the
I. past.
e present- Primarily as a result of tne
at Dredg- work done by the "Mmdi", no
arters in special mosquito-control imea-
P. Mac- sures have been required on the
Sanitation island this year, although aerial
presenta- spraying had to be employed in
Erling S. the past to eliminate the ros-
the Health quitos which developed there.
The certificates presented to
certificates, the four Dredging Division of-
were Ju- ficials, surmounted by two very
tant chief dead flat-on-tneir-backs Anophe-
S. Howe, les mosquitos, read:
division's "Th;s Certificate of Award -
and Capt. consisting of dead crossed
he suction Anopheles albimanus probisci-
ses (crossed malaria mosqui-
ie major to beaks) with 3-eallon insec-
which re- ticide sprayer, mosquito light
trap, poison rodent control bait
box, flush- toilet lid, ships gar-
bage can, and Tifa fog clusters


kens, sixth grade at Balboa;
and Juanita Milas of Diablo
Heights Junior High School.
The essays submitted by the
four medal winners will be sent
to the United States as entries
in the national DAR contest.
Last year, Susan Flowers of
the Canal Zone won a -first
prize in the national contest.
The DAR committee mem-
bers who evaluated the essays
consisted of Mrs. A. B. Abreu,
regent of the Panama Canal
Zone Chapter of the DAR; Mrs.
Ben Smith, and Mrs. Samuel
E. Johnson.


IND.


. . . . .









ESSAY WINNERS These fifth and sixth grade pupils from Ancon and Balboa Elementary
Schools were winners in the American History Month essay-writing contest sponsored this year
by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Peter E. Pearson, front row, left, received one
of two gold medals. Carol Hughes, the other gold medal winner, has left the Zone with her
family to live in Jamaica. Others are, in fron row, Mary Linda Wells and Larry Karp, both
of whom won silver medals. Certificates of Merit were awarded those in the hack row. from
left to right, Terry Slotkin, Kathleen Supple, Linda Wilkens, Charles Gallardo, and killy Eggeston.


- is rarely given.
"However, by sincere evalua-
tion, honest recognition and
continued time, it is an ultimate
conclusion that this Award be
rightly and justly given to
(White, Hearne, Howe and
Capt. Burkett).
"His promoting, planning, or-
ganizing, initiating, coordinat-
ing, supporting, and unders-
tanding the actual foundation
of the Health Program, tne
"leg-work" endeavors of En-
vironmental Sanitation, has
greatly assisted the overall
objectives of "good-health",
"bug-free", "high-morale", liv-
ing with desired comfort within
the Sanitated Areas of the Ca-
nal Zone".
The certificates carried the
signatures of Col. Fugelso Mae-
Laren, Raymond Bush chief of
the northern sanitation area,
and Mack Bailey, chief of the
southern sanitation area. They
also carried a seal of "inspec-
tion" by the Entomology La-
boratory signed by James L.
Hawkins.


The Panama Canal regula-
tioy on "Standards of Conduct
for Officers and Employees."
which was distributed to all
employees of the organization
several months ago has been
rev ised to incorporate provi-
sions of a new law on conflicts
of interest which became ef-
fective in January.
The revised regulation sets
forth points made in a recent
rToartment of Justice inter-


He Did

A Good

Job, Too

The Governor of Bermuda
helping navigate a Panama
Canal launch on a Canal cruise
sounds like a bit of Believe
It or Not-but it's true.
Major General Sir Julian
Gascoigne, Governor of Ber-
muda, who came to Panama
for a bit of deep sea fishing,
took time out from fishing to
tour interesting points in the
Canal Zone.
He visited the Control Tower
at Miraflores Locks, and in-
tently watched the process re-
quired for a ship's transit.
Later he boarded the Pana-
ma Canal launch Rein-, Manue-
lita for a partial transit of the
Panama Canal, and it was
during the transit that he ac-
cepted an invitation to help
navigate, which he did quite
ahlv for several minutes.


pretation of the new act.
Basically. the new regulation
says employees are prohibited-
from:
1. Representing another be-
fore a court or Government
agency 'n a matter in which
tie United States is a party
or has an interest.
2. Participating in his gov-
ernmental capacity in any
matter in which he his spouse,
nm'nor child outside business
associate or person with whom
he is negotiating for employ-
ment has a financial interest.
3 Representing anyone other
than the Un'ted States after
his Government employment
has ended, in connection with
a matter in which the United
States is a party or has an
interestt snd in which he parti-
cipated personally and sub-
stantially for the Government.
4. Representing anyone other
than the United States for one
year after his Government
employment has ended, in con-
nection with a matter in which
the United States is a party
or has an interest and which
was within the boundaries of
l'is official responsibility dur-
ing his last year of Govern-
ment service.
The new law superseded
seven "conflict of interest"
statutes. Its main aim is to
heip Government obtain the
temporary y or intermittent
services of persons with special
knowledge and skills whose
main employment is outside
Government. Previous la w s
unnecessarily hampered special
employees and thus jeopardized
agency recruitment of experts
for important worfr


Regulations Revised


On Employee Conduct










Page Two SP IL LWAY March 22. 1963


There will always be an
England as long as there re-
mains in the heart of Man a
sense of airplay and of justice,
of devotion to duty and to
country.
1 say this because I feel
that England transcends the
mere geographical concept of
a nation to signify a mode of
living, an attitude toward life,
an unshakable adherence to
certain principles of behavior
ano of decency in buman rela-
tionships. One may call this
"the British spirit," the un-
daunted quality of a people
who refuse to be defeated
either by a foreign foe or oy
circumstances of a changing
World.
Great Britain is meeting the
challenge of the present times
valiantly and effectively One
admires the huge housing pro-
.ects that have built self-con-
tained "New Towns" around
the centuries old Metropolis;
tne renewed vigour of British
artists, architects, scientists.
politicos, workmen and people
in every walk of life who
contribute to England's great-
ness; the solid expansion of
Britain's foreign trade and
shipping lanes, the new ap-
proaches toward oublic educa-
tion, which include and emb-
race programs keyed to raising
the cultural level in many
foreign lands, especially the
new African states and Latin
American nations, by the grant-
ing of numerous scholarships
to citizens of these countries.
The United Kingdom has an
unwavering faith it its future.
This faith is founded on the
concentration of national effort
upon undertakings best cal-
culated to benefit all classes
of society equally.
I could be more specific but
feel that it is preferable not
to task the reader with details
which would require many
columns of type to present a
fair and clear picture of the
sustained programs now being
carried on in Great Britain.
Taking into consideration all
that I saw in various fields of


The employee-management
cooperation program in U. S.
Government service "is off'to
a good start and shows pro-
mise of achieving the high
purposes for which it was con-
ceived," U. S. Civil Service
Commission Chairman John
W. Macy, Jr., reported to
President Kennedy recently.
'We find no reason to recom-
mend changes at this time,"
Chairman Macy added, in re-
ference to the program under
which the Panama Canal has
granted formal recognition to
36 employee organizations and
informal recognition to one.
one.
The report and comments
by Chairman Macy marked the
first anniversary of Executive
Order 10988, which established
the emplo ye e-management
program.
In accepting the report, the
President expressed his great
interest in the program. "Quite
obviously," he said, "the
character of the relationship
between the Federal Govern-
ment and its employees will
have great impact on the ef-
fectiveness of the operations
of the Executive Branch."
The report to .the President
was based on agency year-end
information, inspections at 169
headquarters and field estab-
lishments throughout the coun-
try which included conferences
with employee-organization of-
ficials, and data obtained on
a continuous basis in connec-
tion with the Civil Service


endeavour during my recent
visit to the United Kingdom,
I believe there is ample reason
to feel impressed and to again
repeat: there will always be
an England.



Price Changes

Being Made

In Zone Stores

The prices of many items
sold in Canal Zone retail stores
have been changed in recent
weeks as a result of the new
pricing policy aimed at offer-
ing items here at prices
similar to those at which the
same products are sold in New
Orleans.
Many of the price changes
resulting from. the new policy
have resulted in reductions,
and some items have been in-
creased in price. Among items
on which prices have been re-
duced .are baby foods, cake
mixes, fresh fruits, vegetables,
cereals, soups, pet foods, and
soaps and detergents.
But to make the pricing
policy consistent with prices
in New Orleans, a few increas-
es have been necessary. Re-
cently, the price of fresh milk
was increased to 27 cents a
quart in New Orleans and a
similar price will become ef-
fective in Canal Zone stores
on April 1. The present price
of milk in the Zone stores is
25 cents a quart.

VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS
A total of 13.552 private
motor vehicles were registered
in the CdnaJ Zone at the end
of 1962, according to the Canal
Z. ne License Section. Of the
total. 12,792 were cars. 432 were
irotorcycles and motorscooters,
253 were trucks, and 75 were
buses.


Commission's aid to agencies
in program development and
staff training during 1962.
In his report, Chairmar
Macy said virtually all agen-
cies have met the program
with "affirmative acceptance."
He said they have cooperated
wholeheartedly in the program,
each implementing the pro-
gram with its own rules and
regulations patterned general-
ly after Civil Service Commis-
sion guidelines.
"A few have innovatioils
which seem qui~'e appropriate
to their special conditions," he
said.
"Where delays have occur-
red," he reported, "they were
usually due to a commend-
able diligence in seeking full
consultation with employee or-
ganizations." The main prob-
lem in program development
occurred in the application of
the conflict of interest provi-
sions of the Order defining
which management and super-
visory personnel could not ap-
propriately hold office or act
as representatives of rank-
and-file organizations. For the
most part, such problems were
worked out cooperatively with
the organizations involved.
Chairman Macy note that
agencies have done an "out-
standing job in the initial
orientation and training of
management and supervisory
personnel to prepare them for
responsibilities arising under
the Order."
Although few new employee
organizations have appeared


Editor Reports

By JULIO BRICEIO
Panama Canal Spanish
Publications Editor


as a result of the program,
fairly large-scale recruiting
activity has been launched by
several established groups. The
extent of membership gains
has not yet been assessed ex-
cept on a fragmentary basis.
Total membership, Govern-
ment-wide, however, remains
at about 33 per cent of Federal
employment, with significant
gains by some of the larger
organizations.
"Agencies," Chairman Macy
said, "have granted formal re-
cognition to 360 employee-orga-
nization units so far." In 49
cases, recognition has been
granted on a national basis.
In developing appeal pro-
cedures and grievance sys-
tems, "consultation with em-
ployee organizations has prob-
ably been more extensive than
has ever occurred before in
the establishment of a major
personnel program in the Gov
eminment," he said.
"Valuable experience has
been gained this first year in
developing cooperative rela-
tionship," the Civil Service
Commission report said. "The
organizations have acquired
increased status as the repre-
sentatives of employees Em-
ployees are finding a greater
opportunity to participate in
the determination of conditions
affecting them on the job.
Agencies have reported that
the program is being imple-
mented without undue ad-
ministrative difficulty, and
they have made no recommen-
dations for change in the pro-
visions of the Order."


History


To Repeal
The upper chamber of
Miraflores Locks will be
the scene of a colorful
Shrine ceremonial on April
7, when several hundred
Nobles of the Ancient,
Arabic Order of the Mystic
Shrine, will enter the
chamber for an initiation
ceremony.
A similar initiation ce-
remony was held in the
same lock chamber in Sep-
tember 1913, while the Ca-
nal and the locks still were
under construction. That
1913 event was the first
Shrine ceremonial ever held
south of the Rio Grande.
The April 7 ceremony will
be open to all Shriners in
good standing who are on
the Isthmus. Only require-
ment in addition to a mem-
bership card, is that they
wear a fez. Special com-
memorative cards will be
presented to those attend-
ing.




Art Show
Oil paintings, mosaics, prints
and sketches by Canal Zone
College art students are cur-
rently being exhibited on the
first floor of the Library-Mu-
seum at Ancon.
These: were executed under
the -direction of Miss Jane
Ellis, art teacher, in the Sat-
urday. morning oil painting
classes and the afternoon de-
sign and applied art classes
at the college.
Students exhibiting include:
Suzanne Brigman; Patricia
Calhoun; Rebecca Clayton;
Kathleen Crouch; Marsha
Hester; Edith Huff; David
Jenkins; Rosemary Jones;
Adelaide Leen; Katherine Mc-
Cue; R. G. McCue; Barrington
McLean; Jessica Nichols; Lil-
lian Ragland; Janice Spencer;
Sherrill Talley; Dickie Taga-
ropulos; Mary Tromly; and
Nancy Turner.
The display will continue for
about one month.


It's only a sugar cube but
it packs a wallop.
That's what medical authori-
ties say about the vaccine -
impregnated sugar cubes which
Zonians will begin swallowing
next weekend at Gamboa as
the campaign opens to stamp
out polio in the Zone.
The wallop, of course, is di-
rected at polio, not you.
Taken by mouth, some 85
million doses of the vaccine
have been given in the United
States in community-wide pro-
grams in such widely scattered
areas as Miami; Cleveland;
Boulder, Colo; Waterloo; Iowa;
New Haven; Conn; Enid, Okla;
Rochester, Minn; and Omaha,
Nebr.
The vaccine to be given at
Gamboa next weekend, on the
Pacific side the weekend of
April 5-6, and the Atlantic
side April 19-20, will be Type
I, one of three different types
of the vaccine. Types II and
III will be given in a combina-
tion dose which will be admi-
nistered the weekend of May
3-4 on the Pacific side and
May 17-18 on the Altantic side.
All persons eligible for medi-



Wanted
Do you have an idea for
the employee suggestion pro-
gram? Do you want to share
in the several thousand dol-
lars available for helpful
suggestions?
Don't let lack of writing
ability stand in the way. The
suggestions are what count,
not the spelling or grammar
used in describing them.
Any employee who is not
certain how to prepare or
forward a suggestion may
ask his foreman or supervi-
sor for assistance. Or he can
phone James G. E. Maguire
at Balboa 2577 for information
or assistance.
The important thing to re-
member is that the Panama
Canal wants your sugges-
tions and each will be con-
sidered carefully. Those
which can be used will be
paid for, and a certificate
will be awarded.


cal treatment in the Canal Zone
will be eligible to receive oral
vaccine without charge. All
they have to do is appear at one
of the several clinics which
will operate in the various com-
munities and take their sugar
cube.
There is no reaction of any
kind to oral vaccine and per-
sons with allergies to penicillin
or other drugs can take it with
complete safety. Pregnant wo-
men and young children espe-
cially are urged to take the
vaccine.
Canal Zone health authorities
are urging that Zonians go to
the community clinics as fami-
ly groups to make the brief
process simpler and to provide
protection for the entire family
simultaneously.
Registration blanks for those
receiving the vaccine will be
distributed in each community
a few days ahead of the time
when the vaccine clinic will
be in operation. These blanks
will be printed in a "Special
Polio Edition" of the Panama
Canal Spillway printed on yel-
low paper and in a size just
half as big as this regular edi-
tion of the Spillway.
. Each copy or the "Special
'olio Edition" will contain four
complete registration blanks,
ach of which is in duplicate,
'ith one copy for the Health
bureau and another for the
patientt to retain. The registra-
ion blanks should be complet-
'd before going to the clinic.
ks the "Special Polio Edition"
mays, "Don't Stand in Line --
Fill This Out Ahead of Time."
A series of three doses will
)e necessary to provide com-
)lete protection, with the third
lose to consist of a "booster"
;o the previous two doses.
Dates on which the third dose
will be given have not yet
been determined.
Many Canal Zone organiza-
tions are participating in the
pral vaccine program, toward
which the Canal Zone Com-
mittee for Infantile Paralysis
is providing $16,000 to cover
part of the cost. A number of
volunteers to help with the
work in the clinics also are
being recruited by the Health
Bureau officials in charge of
the program.


Two Balboa High School seniors who will be participating in
their last high school spring concerts on March 28 and April
4 are shown with Victor A. Herr, music instructor of Balboa High
School, who is in charge of the concerts. Kaye Sergeant, left, ac-
companies the high school Glee Club and plays piano, organ, and
accordion, while Melinda Mallahan; right, accompanies ;be Wo-
men's Ensemble and plays piano, organ, harpsichord, and flute.-
The Glee Club and Chorus will present its spring concert at 8
p.m., March 28, and the orchestra and band will perform at the
same time on April 4. Both concerts will be held in the high
school auditorium and will be open to the public free of charge.



Only A Sugar Cube,


But Fatal To Polio


Employee-Management Program


On Good Start, CSC Reports


Page Two


March 22, 1963


5 P I L L W A Y







Marh 2, 96 SPLLWAYPae Tra


Dr. Neva B. Wieseke of Gorgas Hospital applies a judo shoulder
through to Dr. Donald Bolt, also of Gorgas. Both doctors are
members of the Canal Zone Judo Club,



Judo Tournament



Sunday In Balboa


A "Shiai" will be held in the
Balboa Y MCA Gymnasium
starting at noon Sunday.
Never heard of. a "Shiai?"
Where you been all your life?
That's Japanese for a Judo
Tournament. (At least that's
what our private interpreter
tells us.)
So, what's going to happen
is that there will be a Judo
Tournament and a Karate
demonstration at the Balboa
YMCA Gymnasium. Starting
at noon, the tournament and
demonstration are expected to
last until about 2:30 p.m.
In Sunday's competition,
points will be awarded, to the
competing "Judokas" to de-
termine winners. Members of
the Canal Zone Judo Club, the
Colon Judo Club, and the Pan-
ama Judo Club will compete.
The host Canal Zone club con-
ducts its activities and pro-
gram at the Balboa YMCA.
The "Karate" demonstration,
which is scheduled for ap-
proximately 2 p.m,., will be
given by' a member of the,
Colon Judo Club who holds


the coveted Black Belt of
Karate.
The entire program is open
to all and family groups are
urged to attend this unusual
exhibition of skill and training.



Legion To Honor

National Commander
PanamA Canal Post No. 1,
American Legion, will hold a
reception and buffet dinner in
honor of National Commander
and Mrs. James E. Powers at
the post home at 7:30 p.m.,
March 27.
Members of the post and
their wives have been urged
to attend and asked to make
reservations no later than
today.
Dress of the occasion will be
Legion uniforms or suits for the
men and cocktail style dresses
for the ladies. There will be no
charge for the reception and
buffet.


Approximately 25 native ca-
yucas are expected to be en-
tered in the ninth annual Canal
Zone Boy Scout cayuca race
to be held April 26, 27, and
28 from Cristobal to Balboa.
One of the highlights of the
dry season, the cayuca race
through the Canal arouses
keen competition among the
members of the Explorers
Scouts, who spend many weeks
preparing and practicing in
their native canoes.
With an average of four boys
to a boat, the fleet of small
craft will start the race from
Cristobal the morning of April
26 and will continue that day


to Gatun. The boats will not
transit these locks because of
the strong currents. The sec-
ond day, boys still in the race
will continue to Gamboa.
The final day of the race
April 28, will bring the boats
through Pedro Miguel and Mi-
raflores Locks to a point near
the Balboa Yacht Club. Con-
testing cayucas which fall too
far behind in the race at
various points will be elimin-
ated on time count.
The winning crew will be
presented with a trophy, with
each member also receiving a
medal. Medals will go to the


Legion Basebi



Opening Play

Righthander Walter R Hun- Clayton; and the Balbo
nicutt will attempt to burn a team is cosponsored by
fast curve past George A. S. Waid Post No. 2 of
Back at 1 p.m., Saturday, in Field.
the Balboa Stadium to open The schedule for the
'he 1963 American Legion Base- ican Legion Baseball
ball season, will be as follows:
Sunday, March 24,
Hurler Hunnicutt, Panama Beer vs. Panama Insur
Canal Zone Department Corn- a doubleheader at Coc
mander of the Legion. and and Kodak vs. Orange
Slugger Black, the Legion's a doubleheader at Balh
National executive Committee- Saturday, March 30, P
man from the Canal Zone, will Insurance vs. Koda
retire to the sidelines after Orange Kist vs. Balboa
the opening pitch and let the both at Coco Solo.
league's 1962 champion and Sunday, March 31,
runnerup teams square off for Beer vs. Kodak in a
,he first game of the season, header at Coco Solo, ar
That opening game probably ama Insurance vs. Oran
will find pitcher Dou gas in a doubleheader at B
Priester of the Champion Pan- Saturday, April 6,
Pma Insurance team facing Beer vs. Panama In:
Gene Frauenheim of the run- and Kodak vs. Orange
norup Orange Kist team. both at Balboa.
The second game of the day Sunday, April 7, Balbo
will find Balboa Beer facing vs. Orange Kist in a
Kodak, with starting pitchers header at Coco Solo, a
expected to be Greg Hakanson dak vs. Panama Insur,
of Balboa Beer and Luther
Quinn of Kodak.
Admission to Saturday after- T 1
noon's games, and all others f T OU I
to be played by the league, B..
will be tree of charge. All ..
games will be played on Satur-
days and Sundays.
This year's American Legion In 3-
Baseball League consists of
the four teams which are slated
to play Saturday. rhe Panama The Rebels, first place
Insurance and Kodak teams ner in the Canal Zone P
are co-sponsored by Panama iary's softball league,
Canal Post No. 1. America proud owner of a 14-inch
Legion; the Orange Kist team as a result of its winnii
is co-sponsored by Bertram F. Formance. Second place
Ciayton Post No. 7 of Fort to the Rancheros and th


illLeague



Saturday

oa Beer a doubleheader at Balboa.
Elbert Saturday, April 13, Balboa
France Beer vs. Orange Kist in a
doubleheader at Coco Solo, and
Amer- Panama Insurance vs. Kodak
season in a doubleheader at Balboa.
Sun-.y, April 14, Panama
Balboa Insurance vs. Balboa Beer and
ance in Orange Kist vs. Kodak, both
:o Solo, at Balboa.
Kist in Saturday, April 20, Balboa
boa. Beer vs. Kodak in a double-
Panama header at Coco Solo, and
ak and Orange Kist vs. Panama In-
a Beer, surance in a doubleheader at
Balboa.
Balboa Sunday, April 21, Balboa
double- Beer vs. Orange Kist and Ko-
id Pan- dak vs. Panama Insurance,
ge Kist both at Balboa.
Balboa. Saturday, April 27, Balboa
Balboa Beer vs. Panama Insurance in
surance a doubleheader at Coco Solo,
e Kist, and Kodak vs. Orange Kist in
a doubleheader at Balboa.
oa Beer Sunday, April 28, Kodak vs.
double- Balboa Beer and Panama In-
and Ko- surance vs. Orange Kist, both
ance in at Balboa.



es Awarded


earn League


ce win-
'eniten-
is the
trophy
ng per-
e went
iird, to


Navy Team Wins




Softball Tourney


The U.S. Navy team from
Rodman, managed by Gary
Nuss, upset the favorites and
defeated Bill De La Mater's
Abernathy-Unisport team 3 to
2 to win the Pacific Softball
League championship tourna-
ment game last weekend.
Two home runs by Windy
Pulaski and Roger Waite of
Navy off pitcher MacNair Lane
made the difference.

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
March 11-18, 1963


Miraflores Locks
Gatun Locks
Las Cruces, 9 trips
Reina Manuelita, 6 trips
Passenger ships, (2)
Purification Plant
GRAND TOTAL


i
1'

4


crews of the second, third and
fourth place winners and
streamers and pennants to the
boats.
The grand finale of the an-
nual cayuca race will be the
dinner dance to be held at the
Balboa American Legion Club.
The sponsor for the winning
boat will be crowned queen
and the other sponsors will
be members of her court.
In charge of the race this
year are Capt. 0. William
Goepner U.S.N., Race Com-
mandant; Edward Kennard,
Pacific Side Coordinator and
Bob Byrd, Atlantic Side Co-
ordinator.


In the first game Jesse
Burdick pitched Fort Clayton
to a 9 to 3 win over Roger
Reed of White Horse.
Don Gresh of Navy defeated
Burt Mead of Philips Radio 9
to 6 in the second game.
Lew Helzinger of Powells
hung a 10 to 0 score on Bob
Leichliter of Pan Liquido in
the third game.
Gresh of Navy come back
to defeat Raff Johnson of Clay-
ton 6 to 5.
In the fifth game, Bill Sparks
of Abernathy-Unisport threw
five-hitter at Lew Helzinger of
Powells as Abernathy won 4
to 1.


110 In the championship game,
215 Gresh of Navy won his third
35 game of the day, 3 to 2, over
- MacLane of Abernathy.
495 Winner and runner-up tro-
phies were presented to Man-
agers Gary Nuss of Navy and
B'l De La Mater of Aberna-
thy, respectively.


PACIFIC SOFTBALL LEAGUE
Second Half Standings
(through March 19
Team W L Pct.
Philips Radio 5 1 .833
Pan Liquido 3 2 .600
Abernathy-U. 3 3 .500
Fort Clayton 3 3 .500
White Horse 2 4 .333
U.S. Navy 1 4 .200
Abernathy-Unisport will meet
Pan Liquido and Navy will
play White Horse this evening,
while Philips Radio and Pan
Liquido are scheduled to meet
Saturday.
A private, non-profit network,
Iadio Free Europe is on the
air seven days a week. for 18
hours a day to Poland. Hunga-
ry and Czechoslovaoia and 5
hours a day to Romania and
Bulgaria.


the Commercials.
Chief E. S. Shipley of the
Canal Zone Police Division
presented trophies to all three
teams, pointing out that the
awards were made for the
excellent sportsmanship shown
during all the games this' year.
Sgt. Ralph E. Masters, Athle-
tic and Recreation Officer at
the Canal Zone Penitentiary,
supervised the softball league
and donated the three trophies
presented the participating
teams.
The three-team softball league
was organized at the peniten-
tiary under the revitalized re-
creational progra'n for inmates.
Teams from the Canal Zone
community and military servi-
ce units played the inmate
teams on weekends, in addi-
tion to the league play.
This marked the first time in
several years that the Canal
Zone penitentiary has had a
softball team. Several years
ago, Santa Cruz had a 10-team
softball league which included
an inmate team, but when
Santa Cruz dropped its league,
the penitentiary was left with
players but no teams.
Next on the sports agenda at
the institution is track, follow-
ed by basketball.
The interest in softball and
other competitive sports has
picked up at the penitentiary
and the inmates look forward
to various games to test their
individual and team ability and
sportsmanship. A basketball
schedule is being prepared and
a table tennis tournament will
be started with exhibition
matches by a group of pros
soon to visit the Zone.
Track and field events are
planned in the future. Lack of
space caused postponement of
relay events and longer dash-
es, however Saturday, March
16, a 75 yd. dash was run and
the winner clocked at 8:02.
Only a nose separated the sec-
ond and third men who were
timed at 8:04.
In recent softball games the
results are as follows:
The trophy for the track
meet held Saturday, March 16,
was awarded to the winner of
the top time in the 75-yard
dash. The timed run was
made in 8.2 seconds. The 75-
yard dash had been timed at
8 seconds flat earlier in the
week by two other inmates,
but they failed to show better
than the winners 8.2 seeseu
during the event.


Boy Scout Cayuca Race


Through Canal, April 26-28


Page Three


March 22, 1963


I S P I L L W A Y







Page Fo
P-


Dur SPILLWAY


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHTr


Capt. Earl E. Mullins and Chief Engineer Walter
CAPT. EARL E. MULLINS of the Cascadas
joined the Dredging Division in 1952 and since
then has been with either the Cascadas or
the Paraiso.
He was born in North Carolina but grew
up in the Canal Zone, where his father,
George W. Mullins, was with the Canal Zone
Police Division after retiring from the U.S.
Army. His father was a detective at Balboa
Station and, at the time of retirement from
Panama Canal service, was an Wdentification
officer at Balboa Heights.
Captain Mullins, a graduate of Balboa
High School, met his wife at the high school.
She was born in Chile, and came to the Canal
Zone with her father, who was with All
American Cables. She, too, is a graduate of
Balboa High School.
He first went to work in the Panama
Canal Maintenance Division in 1939, under
an apprenticeship as operating engineer.
From 1940 to 1952 he worked as a heavy
equipment operator and then transferred to
the Dredging Division.
Mr. Mullins has two brothers George and
Curtis Leo, employed by the Panama Canal,
both in the Locks Division. Mr. and Mrs.
Mullins live in Gamboa and have seven chill-
dren, six boys and one girl, who range in age
from 3 to 18 years.


Grymala pose aboard the Cascadas.
CHIEF ENGINEER WALTER GRYMA-
LA of, the Cascadas got his first good look
at the Canal Zone in June 1942 when he was
with the Merchant Marine and his ship was
torpedoed and sunk 60 miles from Cristobal.
The rescued men were put up at Fort Gulick.
He was with the Merchant Marine from

1939 to 1950 and "saw the world," with stops
in Europe, Asia and Africa. He made several
Canal transits during that time, but didn't
really consider working on the Isthmus until
much later.

He was with the Trans-Arabian Pipeline,
working in Arabia, when he decided to lite-
rally and figuratively ,ook for greener fields.
Mr. Grymala also worked in California and
then the Pacific Proving Grounds before
coming to the Canal Zone and the Dredging
Division 5V2 years ago.

Mr. and Mrs. Grymala live in Gamboa
and have five children, the three oldest in
school. Home, in the United States, is Wis-
consin.


'As We Were Going To Work'



Spotted Jag, Potted Same


Meeting a jaguar in his na-
tive habitat can be a memor-
able experience under any
circumstances, even if you hap-
pen to be hunting. But meeting
one on the way to work . .
well, that's a cat with de-
cidedly unnerving spots.
Two surveying aids employ-
ed by the Panama Canal Sur-
veys Branch of the Engineer-
ing Division had such an ex-
perience recently, but came
out unscathed despite their
belief that the animal had
been stalking them.
Julio Lucero and Emeterio
Arias weren't even thinking
about jaguars when they set
out from their camp west of
Pina in the Atlantic area near


Air Condi


For Shoe
Another step in the general
long-range plan for air condi-
tioning Canal Zone public build-
ings through a central cool
water system, was taken this
week with the opening of bids
on the modifications necessary
to install air conditioning of
the Retail Shoe Store in Bal-
boa.

The Panamanian firm of 1Ho-
jalateria Panama, S.A., made
a low offer of $42,890 on the

v/ack Coiporation also entered


Gatun. They were leading the
work gang toward the site
where they were clearing some
brush along the Canal Zone
boundary line.
Lucero had stopped at a
stream running through a
small ravine to get a cool drink
of water when his trained
woodsmen's eyes spotted some-
thing a bit unusual in the
tangle of jungle ahead.
Scarcely moving his head,
he peered a bit higher arid
caught a glimpse of a twitch-
ing tail. "A jaguar!" and only
a few feet away.
Lucero, who always carries a
shotgun in the bush, was start-
led but not too badly. Al-
most without thinking, he aim-


itioning


Store

bids.
The work will include archi-
tectural alterations such as
the installation of doors, win-
dows, additional walls and ad-
ditional electrical service to
permit the installation of the
rir conditioning system. The
building will be connected to
the central air conditioning sys-
tem now being installed in the
Ancon and Balboa areas and
which i .-*...' .-' o )e com-

months.


ed and fired toward the ani-
mal's head from a distance
of about 12 feet. The jaguar
dropped. Arias, believing his
companion in trouble, fired at
the same target. Taking no
chances, Lucero pumped two
more shots into the big body
of the jungle cat.
The other surveying aids in
the party, alerted by the shots,
hurried along the trail to find
their friends safe, though ex-
cited, and the jaguar quite
dead.
The animal measured eight
feet from nose to tail and
weighed about 150 pounds, re-
quiring the efforts of three
men to lug it back to camp.
Panama residents of the area
were delighted with the marks-
manship of the surveying aids:
Dogs and pigs in the area had
been serving as food for the
big cat, the residents said, be-
lieving such troubles now have
been ended.
The surveying aids team
brought the jaguar skin into
the Pedro Miguel Surveys
Branch office when they came
in from the camp for the week-
end and plans were being
made to have it tanned in Pa-
nama City.
Shown with the animal's
hide in the photo on the op-
posite page are, from left to
right, Emeterio Arias; Rodney
B. Ely, Chief of the Surveys
Branch; Abram Hernandez;
Julio Lucero; and Jose de Pe-
rez, the latter three and Arias
all nnembers of the surveying

tigre."


March 22, 1963


Coming Events

MARCH
Display of huacas and pre-Colombian jewelry at National
Museum throughout March. The museum is .-pen daily except
Monday.
22-Special program by the French Embassy at the Panama-
nian-NorthAmerican Association "From Paris to Loire,"
8 p.m.
March 22-Annual Policeman,s Ball at El Panama Hilton Hotel,
8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
23-Choral Group rehearsal, Panamanian-North American As-
sociation, 2 p.m.
25-Community sing, 6 p.m.
March 27-28-National Legion Commander Jimmie Powers to
visit Canal Zone.
March 30-Gamboa Invitational Softball Tournament.
March 30-Isthmian Historical Society-sponsored trip to histo-
rical Taboga Island.
March 30-31--(LOnge Fair in Capira, Panama.
APRIL
April 2-6-Fiesta of Santo Toribio at Nombre de Dios.
April 4-11-Caribbean Girls State at Fort Korbe.
Ap il 6-7-International Invitational Softball Tournament. Bal-
boa.
April 10-14-Second Fair of Azuero in Villa Los Santos, Panama.
A-ll 10-30-Exhibition of paintings by Armando Morales, Nica-
raguan painter who lives in
20-Panama Canal Women's Welfare Group charity dessert
card party, 1 p.m., Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess.
Tickets $1 each. For further information call Balboa: 3584
or 3367.
April 21-27-National Library Week.
27-Orchid Chapter No. 1, Order of Eastern Star, charity ball
and card party, 8 p.m., Tivoli Guest House.



Women's Group Plans Dessert

A charity dessert and card Officer's Open Mess and will
party will be held at 1 p.m., be open to the public. Tickets
April 20, by the Panama Canal are $1 each and anyone desir-
Women's Welfare Group to ing additional information may
raise funds for the organiza- obtain it by calling Balboa '3584
tion's charitable work aimed or 3367.
at assisting those in need who
are attempting to help them- Those attending are asked
selves, to bring score pads, pencils,
and cars for their own tables.--
The dessert and card party Door prizes also are to be
will be at the Fort Amador awarded.


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Buen exito tiene program cooperative
El program de cooperacion la t6nica de las relaciones en-
obrero-patronal dentro del ser- tre el Gobierno Federal y sus
C Avicio gubernamental se ha ini- empleados seria de gran im-
ciado bajo buenos auspicios y pacto en la eficiencia de las
Con Turrones de Aza ar. promete alcanzar sus elevados actividades del Ramo Ejecuti-
objetivos, en concept del pre- vo.
0S sidente de la Comisi6n de Ser- El informed se bas6 en ex-
vicio Civil de los Estados Uni- haustiva inspecci6n realizada
Se JL la Va u Oral ans. en 169 dependencias disemina-


Cierto .... se trata solo de un
turr6n de azicar, pero ....qu6
turr6n! Ese es el comentario
risuefio de los medicos en re-
laci6n con los turrones satura-
dos de vacuna oral contra la
poliomielitis que empezarAn a
ser consumidos por residents
de la Zona del Canal al ini-
ciarse el pr6ximo fin de sema-
na en Gamboa la campafia pa-
ra erradicar esa enfermedad.
Tomada oralmente la efecti-
vidad de esa vacuna preventi-
va ha quedado demostrada. En
Estados Unidos 85. millones de
d6sis de la vacuna han sido
empleadas en intensos progra-
nmas de combat contra polio-
mnielitis en Miami, Cleveland,
Boulder, Waterloo, New Hea-
ven, Enid. Rochester y Omaha.
La vacuna que se darA en
Gamboa el sAbado 30 de los
corrientes y en el sector Pa-
cifico en abril 5 y 6 y en el
sector AtlAntico en abril 19 y
20, es del Tipo I, uno de los
tres tipos diferentes de la va-
Icuna oral.
Los tipos II y III seran su-
ministrados en closis combina-
das que serian distribuidas en
el fin de semana del 3 y 4 de
mayo venidero en el pacifico
y el 17 y 18 de mayo en el sec-
tor del atlAntico.
Todos aquellos que tuvieren
derecho a tratamiento medico
en la Zona del Canal podran
recibir la vacuna oral gratuita-
mente. Para ello basta con pre-
sentarse a una de las clinics -
fijadas para entrega de la va-
cuna oral.
La vacuna no tiene reaccio-
nes y aun personas aldrgicas a
la penicilina u otras drogas,
pueden tomarla con impunidad.
Se urge especialmente a los ni-
ios y a las mujeres encinta el
tomar ]a vacuna oral. Para ac-
tiarelmrceso_d la aima-
ci6n se encuentra deseable que
grupos familiares acudan en
conjunto, asi toda la familiar
quedaria inmunizada de una so-
la vez.
Los formularios de registro
para la vacunaci6n seran dis-
tribuidos en cada colectividad
(dias antes del fijado para la


Ceremonia Masonica

en las Exclusas
La camara superior de
las esclusas de Miraflores
seran scenario do una ce-
remonia mas6nica el 7 de
abril cuando centenares do
Nobles de la Antigua Or-
den Ar6bica del "Mystic
Shrine" penetren en ella
para ceremonies de inicia-
ci6n.
Ceremonia similar so
efectu6 en septiembre de
1913, mientras procedlan
las obras de construcci6n
del canal y las esclusas.
Esa ceremonial efectuada
en 1913 sefial6 la primera
ocasi6n on la historic en
que se celebrara una al sur
del Rio Grande.
La ceremonia del 7 de
abril esth abierta a todos


vacunaci6n en ese sector. Esos
formularios aparecerAn en una
"Edici6n Especial" del SPILL-
WAY, impresa en papel amari-
llo y la mitad del tamafio de
esta edici6n.
Cada copia de nuestra "Edi-
ci6n Especial" contra el Polio
contendrA cuatro (4) formula-
nos completes, cada uno con su
duplicado. de modo que la Di-
recci6n de Salubridad tenga su
copia y el interesado la suya.
Estos formularios deben estar
completados antes de acudir a
la clinic respective.

.. X


Una series complete de tres
dosis son necesariag para te-
ner entera imunzaci6n: la ter-
cera dosis consiste en lo que
se conoce como "refuerzo" de
las dos anteriores. Aun no se
ha anunciado la fecha en que
se suministraran las terceras
dosis.
El Comit6 contra la ParAlisis
Infantil ae la Zona del Canal
ha contribuido con $16.000 pa-
ra cubrir parte de esa campa-
ha y muchas otras organiza-
ciones zoneitas participan en el
mismo.


Refiriendose al program
(bajo el cual la organizaci6n
del Canal de PanamA ha exten-
dido reconocimiento formal a
36 organizaciones obreras e in-
formal a una), el Sr. Macy
encuentra que no hay raz6n
para recomendar cambio algu-
no en estos moments.
El informed, rendido al Pre-
sidente Kennedy con ocasi6n
de registrarse el primer ani-
versario de la Orden Ejecuti-
va 10988, fue aceptado de buen
grado, manifestando el Jefe
del Ejecutivo que obviamente
l.i: v.,


EL GOBERNADOR Y LA SEFIORA DE FLEMING EN LA FERIA DE DAVID: Admirando los pro.
ductos agricolas, artisticamente expuestos por Aristides Romero (a la derecha). El Canal de Panama
particip6 activadamente en !a Feria de San Jos6 en David, atrayendo su kiosko a muchisimos visi-
tantos que admiraron el modelo de las esclusas, el aparato de selectrovisi6n y la exhibici6n de
fotograbados.
Come atracci6n para la nifiez, la Zona del Canal contribuy6, tambi6n, con los ya famosos burri-
tos de Summit, Mancha y Gato, que fueron cabalgados por la alegre muchachada.
I. i I


Regatas de Cayucos


Habra el Otro Mes
Unus 25 cayucos participarAn en la Novena Regata Anual ds
Cayuccs de los Boy Scouts de la Zona del Canal.
El event se prolongara durante los dias 26, 27 y 28 de abril
de Crist6bal a Balboa.
La tripulaci6n de cada cayuco consta de cuatro explo-adores
que desde ya se estin acondicionado para la empresa que los
Pevara el primer dia, hasta Gatfin; el segundo, hasta Gamboa
y el ultimo hasta el Yatch Club de Balboa. Los cayucos no
Lruzaran las esclusas, empero.
El ganador de la regata de cayucos recibirA un trofeo y cada
miembro recibirA una medalla, inclusive la tripulaci6n de los
que ocupen segundo, tercer y cuarto puesto.


VIERNES 22 DE MARZO DE 1963


Empresa Panamefia
Gana Licitaci6n
La empresa panamefia Hoja-
lateria PanamA, S. A., con una
propuesta de $42.890, gan6 la
licitaci6n para instalaciones de
aire refrigerado en el Almac6n
ce Calzados de Balboa. Tam-
bi6n bicieron propuestas Aire
Frio y Arawack Corporation.
La obra include instalaci6n
de puertas, ventanas, oaredes
adiciona.es e instalaciones el6c-
tricas necesarias para el mejor
funcionamiento del aire refrige-
rado.
Las alteraciones arquitect6-
nicas harAn possible conectar el
inmueble al sistema central de
aire refrigerado que esta siendo
instalado en Anc6n y en Balboa
y que se espera est6 terminado
dentro de pocos moses.


das por todo el pais, asi como
conferencias con funcionarios
de organizaciones obrero-patro-
nales.
El president John W. Macy,
Jr., encontr6 que virtualmente
todas las agencies oficiales
han dispensado aceptaci6n afir-
mativa del program, con al-
gunas innovaciones apropiadas
a las condiciones ambientales.
Los problems que se pre-
sentaron fueron resueltos cau-
telosa y sensatamente con la
cooperaci6n de las organizacio-
nes afectadas.
Aun cuando han surgido con-
tadas nuevas organizaciones
gremiales como resultado del
program, se ha activado noto-
riamente la labor proselitista
entire algunos grupos. Aun es
demasiado temprano para juz-
gar sobre el aumento de ni-
mero de miembros, except en
forma fragmentaria.
Se estima que el 33 por cien-
to de empleados federales to-
tales pertenece a alguna de
esas organizaciones.
Las agencies gubernamenta-
les han concedido reconoci-
miento formal a 360 organiza-
ciones de empleados, de las
cuales unas 49 tienen ramifi-
caciones nacionales.
Durante este primer aflo se
ha ganado una experiencia va-
Jiosa y los empleados encuen-
tran mayor ocasi6n de partici-
par en la determinaci6n de las
condiciones de trabajo que les
afectan, sin que ello entorpez-
ca, en forma indebida, la mar-
cha administrative. Debido a
ello no se ha recomendado al-
teraci6n alguna en las. estipu-
laciones de la Orden Ejecutiva
citada.


Birria de Caminar

Hincha los Pies
La "birria" de las largas
caminatas de 50 millas es res-
ponsable de muchos pies hin-
chados en estos dias.
Tres, andarines de las esclu-
sas de Miraflores, TomAs Co-
rrea, Jorge de la Cruz y Wal-
ter Phillips acometieron la em-
presa de caminar desde Balboa
hasta Crist6bal; los dos pri-
meros la completaron, en 13
horas, el Wltimo cubri6 solo 20
millas de la distancia.
La caminata transistmica e
inici6 a las 10:45 de la mafina-
na del lunes, partiendo de la
Estaci6n de Policia de Balboa.
Durante la paciedrte andanza
los caminantes se fortificaban
con miel de abejas, bebiende
agua de vez en cuando. Los
dos finalists llegaron a la po-
licia de Crist6bal a las 11:45.
a.m. del martes.
Tanto Correa como de la
Cruz llevan mAs de 20 aino
de trabajar en la Divisi6n do
Esclusas y atribuyen ]a forta-
leza de sus pies a la circuns-
tancias de que tienen que an-
dar much en su trabajo dia-
rio.


Lo Espera La "Land
Se le ocurre algo dentro del program de sugestiones
de empleados? Quiere participar en el botin de various mi-
les de d61ares por sugestiones valiosas? No permit que su
parquedad como cronista tuerza sus prop6sitos. Lo que vale
es la idea, no la galanura del lenguaje con que sea ex-
puesta. Quien abrigase dudas sobre c6mo redactar una su-
gesti6n puede acudir a su capataz o superior inmediato en
solicitud de ayuda. 0 lame al tel6fono Balboa 2577, al
sefior James G. E. Maguire, quien le suministrara la infor-
maci6n o ayuda requerida. Lo important es tener en
mientes que el Canal de Panama desea sugestiones de sus
empleados y les prestar4 la debida consideraci6n. Aqu&-
liHas que resultaren provechosas seran premiadas en efectivo
y con un certificado.
-000-
A6n cuando los formularios esten escritos en ingles, las
sugestiones pueden hacerse en castellano. Se dispensary
atenci6n especial a las que se recibieren en castellane y
toda correspondencia relacionada con las mismas se haria
en ese idioma. No desaproveche la oportunidad do contri-
buir con sus sugestiones que, a lo mejor, so hace acreedor
a jugoso premio en dinero.


PEl Canel lWAe PYnamma








P1LLWAY


Vol. 1 No. 40


los "Shriners" en el Istmo.
Para ella debe lucir su fez.
Se darn una tarieta conme-
morativa a los asistentes.






Pdgina Do. SPILL WAY Marzo 22, 1963


Topografos Topan



Con Feroz Jaguar
Encontrarse con un jaguar por sus predios puede resultar
una memorable experiencia bajo cualquier circunstancia, ain
si uno es cazador. Pero encontrarse con uno cuando usted se
dirige a su trabajo....bueno, ese es un gato de otra pinta que le
quita el valor a cualquiera.
Dos ayudantes de topografia de la Secci6n de Topografia
de ta Divisi6n de Ingenieria del Canal de PanamA tuvieron tal
experiencia recientemente, pero salieron ilesos a pesar de su
sospecha de que el animal los habia estado acechando.
Julio Lucero y Emeterio Arias no estaban siquiera pensando
en jaguars cuando partieron de su campamento al oeste de
Pifia, tn el Area del AtlAntico, cerca de Gat(n. Ellos encabeza-
bau a la cuadrilla hacia el sitio donde estaban limpiando un
monte a lo largo de los limits de la Zona del Canal.
Lucero se habia detenido en una quebrada que corre a tra-
vys de una pequefia hondonada'para tomar agua cuando las du-
chaa pupilas de los lefiadores notaron algo fuera de lo com(m en
la marafia de la selva.
Moviendo apenas a cabeza, mir6 un poco mAs arriba y pudo
ver un rabo. "Un Jaguar!" y solamente a pocos pies de distan-
cia.
Lucero, que siempre Ileva consigo un revolver en el monte,
estaba asustado pero no much. Sin titubear, apunto y dis-
,ar6 hacia la cabeza del animal desde una listancia de unos 13
pies. El jaguar cay6. Arias, creyendo que su compafiero estaba
en peligro, disparo hacia el mismo blanco. Lucero hizo dos dis-
paros mis hacia el gran cuerpo del jaguar para asegurarse de
haberlo ultimado.-
Los otros ayudantes de topografia en el grupo, que habian
escuchado los disparos, corrieron por el sendero para encoantrar
a sus amigos a salvo, aunque excitados, y el jaguar ya bien
muerto.
El animal media ocho pies desde la nariz hasta el rabo y
pesaba unas 150 libras, requiriendose los esfuerzos de tres hom-
bres para llevarlo de regresa al campamentto.
Los residents de PanamA en el Area celebraron much la
punteria de los ayudantes de topografia: los perros y los puercos
en el Area habian estado sirviendo de alimento al gigantesco
gato, segin dijeron los residents.
El equipo de ayudantes de topografia trajo la piel del ja-
guar a la oficina de la Secei6a de Topografia en Pedro Miguel
cuando arribaron procedentes del campamento durante el fin
de semana y se hacen planes para curtirta en la ciudad de Pc -
nama.
(Ver Foto en paginas centrales)


La Gran Bretafia es Grande
Por JULIO E. BRtCElO


Al partir, de Inglaterra el
viajero no puede sino repetirse-
a si misma la promesa de Mc-
Arthur "Volveremos". Es tan-
to to que tiene que ofrecer esa
g&an naci6n al visitante que to-
dos las dias de una vida serian
pocos para valerse de ello,
Con Ia Historia se tropieza
en cada esquina, en los vetus-
tos muros y torreones, en las
ealles mismas done se esee-
nifie& el hecho a surgi6 la le-
yenda. De cerrarse los ojos,
se eseuchari un ruido coma de
entrechocar de espadas, de cru-
jir de ruedas, del retumbar de
cases sobre el empedrado, de
voices Asperas de comando, de
ayes de angustia Q. gritos de
imbila; de los vitores unani-
mes despubs de las epopeyicas
batallas ganadas par las ar-
mas inglesas en todos los rm-
cones del orbe, estrecho ya pa-
ra sus glorias.
Hay que revestirse de humil-
dad para acerearse a esa gran
democracia que es el Reino
Unido de Gran Bretafia. Se ne-
cesita ser humilde para mover-
se entire los espectros de sus
Grandes Hombres que parecie-
ran transitar por doquier.
Y, cuando se penetra al re-
cinto del Parlamento, ingles,
"'Ila Madre de los Parlamen-
tos", como se le conoce, se
siente sabre los hombros el
agobio de su portentosa histo-
rna.
Guardian de sus sefieras tra-
dTciones, de su sentido de "ju-
gar limpio" (fairplay). de su
rectitud juridica y sabiduria
administrative, el Gobierno in-
gles pareciera a la vez el prin-
cipal propulsor de las innova-
ciones de todo orden que se
observan hoy en el acontecer
britinico.
Las sucias barriadas pobres
son derrumbadas y se levan-
tan en su reemplazo airosos edi-
ficios de modernos apartamien
tos, rodeados de amplios y ver-
dosos parques, campos de jue-
go, eentros comunales, clini-
ea, bibliotecas, para que el


obrero pueda disfrutar .de una
vid4 mejor con su famit'a.
Londres esti hoy eireundada
por un cinturon de ciudades
satelites Ilamadas "New-
Towns", que se bastan a si
mismas. Sus habitantes traba.
Jan alii mismo en modermas
fibricas y- plants. y eaO" co-
munidad es independiente y
floreciente.
Nuevas Universidades y Co-
legios y Escuela, se abren d.a-
riamente para elevar el ya de
suyo elevade nivel cultural de
las classes humildes. Estudian.
tes de todos los pueblos :- ra-
zas pululan por esos institutes
educativos, muchos de ellos
becados por el Gobierno ingles
o entidades privadas.
Mientras se educa al pueblo,
se le aleja major, y se le fa-
cilitan distracciones culturales
y deportivas, Inglaterra no des-
cuida so production industrial
cue es mejorada en calidad y
precio nara competir en los
mercados del mundo.
Hombres dedicados, series,
industriosos, trabajan afanosa-
mente en esta dinimica labor
que ya ha traido a Gran Bre-
tafia una atm6sfera como de
holgura y plemtud que se hace
patente per doquier.
El ritmo de produeci6n cre-
ce, contrariamente a lo que po-
dria imaginarse quien desesti-
mara la capacidad de adaptar-
se a nuevas modalidades que
tiene el inglis. Gracias a ello
la industrial de construcci6n
obtiene un renovador vigor, ob-
servAndose por todas las ciuda-
des la edificaci6n febril de
nuevos hotels, casas de apar-
tamientos, edificios para ofici-
nas. edificios para el estacio-
namento de carros, plants y
fibricas. etc.
Diarros, radio y television
dan cuenta de las miles de o-
portunrdades de trabajo. de ex-
pansi6n commercial, de negocios
y servicios que son requeridos
en abundancia.
Inglaterra vive, aetualmente,
una hora de promesa que es
ya casi de floraci6n...


Un animado program en honor de P. Alton White, Jefe de la Secci6n de Dragas f sU esposa
fue presentado por empleados de dicha Divisi6n en el Centro de Servicios Comunales de Santa
Cruz. La funcion inctuy6 selecciones del cuarteto Modernairs; s6los per la sefiorita V. Henry,
acompafiada per el: gutarrista E. Moore, y un discurso de C. Walker.
Otra fiesta de despedida en honor de los. es.posoe White sera ofrecida el sibado 23 do marzo
a las siete de la neche en la Casa de Hu6spedesTivoli. Pueden hacerse reservaciones telefonein-
db alU mismo.
P. Alton White se jubita este mes come Jefe do ta Divisi6n de Dragas y viajara a lqs
Estados Unidos done seo radicari con su. esposa.




Introdueen Enmiendas



A Normas de Conducta


Los reglamentos. del Canal,
de Panama contenidos en el
foltste "Comportamiento de
Fuaeionarias y Empleados -
Normas de Conducta", distri-
buide hace algunos meses a
todos los empleados de la or-
ganizaicon, han sido revisados
para incorporar a los mismos
provisions de una nueva ley
sobre conflict de intereses
que entsr& en vigencia en ene-
rt.
Los reglamentos revisados
fijan concepts de recientes
interpretaciones del Departa-
mento de Justicia sobre el
nueve aet.m
BAsicamente los nuevos re-
glamentos prohiben al emplea-
do:
1.-Representar a otro ante
una Corte o Ageneia guberna-
mental en asunto en que los
Estados Unidos fueren parte o
tuvieren interns.
2.-Participar en su capaci-


dad official en asuata en el
eal e61, sa c6nyuge,. hijs me-
nores, asociado eomercial a de
negoeios a alguna persona con
quien estaviere proeurando
emipleo, tenga interns moneta-
rio.
3.-Represejtar a nadia, que
no fueren los Estados Unidos,
despuks de haber eoncluido. su
empleo, en. conexin con. asun-
to, en el cual los Estados tUni-
dos fueren. paste- a tuvieren in-
teres y en el cual. 61 intervi-
niese anteriermente personal-
mtente y substancialente per
el Gobierno.
4.-Representar a nadie que
VISITANTES DE LA SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 1742
Esclusas de Gatinm- 562
Las Cruces. ( viaies) 831
Reina Manuelita ( ,viajes) 110
Barcos de pasajeros (2) 1215
Planta Purificadora 35
GRAN TOTAL 4495


no fuesen los Estados Unidos
basta que no hubiese pasado
ut afio. de haber cesado. en su
empleo, en conexiob con asun-
to en el cual los Estados. Uni-
dos fuesen part o ttvieren
ijter3s y que estuviese dentro
de limite-- de sus-atribuconea.
y responsabiidades officials
durante el fltimo. afo que sir-
vi& al Gobierno,
La nueva ley deroga siete
eliusulas de "conflito- de in-
tereses." Su objeto. es ayudar
at Gbiemno, a- obtener los ser-
vicias temporales oa intermi-
tentes de personas que tuvie-
sen conocimientos o habilida-
des especiales y cuya activi-
dad principal esti fuera del
Gobierno. Leyes anteriores po-A
r.ian trabas innecesarias en el
reclutamient&o per parte de de-
pendencias oficiales de perso-
nas especializadas- cuya expe-
riencia fuese necesaria para
trabajes importantes.


ROGER W. ADAMS, Superintendente de la Divisi6n de Transportes del Canal de Panama entre-
g6 recientemente donaci6n efectiva al Sr. Severino Hernindez T., Presidente de la Federa-
ci6n de Clubes de Padres de Familia do las Escuelas Primarias del Distrito Capital de Panama,
para cubrir los studios del primer ciclo secundario' de un alumno de escasos recurses. La suma
fue recaudade entire los empleados de ta Division de Transporte. Al extreme izquierdo esth John
H. Joyner, capataz General del Taller de Mecinica, quien se ha comprometido a donar Bs.9".00
durante u' ano a alumna que salga agraciado con Ia beca donada par la Divisi6n de Transpor-
tes. De izquierda a derecha: Joyner, Nicanor Diaz, Fiscal de Ia: Federaci6n de Ctubes de Pa-
dres de Familia, Adams, Hernindez, y CariosMuooa, Secretario do la Federaci6n.


Marzo 22, 1%3


S P i L L W A Y


Pigina Dos








Mario 22 do 1963 S PiLL WA -~ Phgina Tres


Zeledon




Torneo


Otro torneo de nataci6n se
.celebrarA *en la Piscina de Pa-
raiso .el mireeoles 27 de marzo
en la continuaci6n del progra-
ma de Recreacion de Verano
en Paraiso.
El instructor de nataei6n Al-
cides Bernal ha informado que
Charles Zeled6n, campe6n na-
eional de 100 metros 'estilo i-
bWe y Fehpe lNavarro, el
-ampe6n ide 100 metros estilo
espaida y *de mariposa, ofrece-
rAn una demostraci6n :a los j6-
venes madadores que concurran
al event.
En el torneo del dia 27 se ce-
lebrarhn las siguienies prue-
4bas:
.25 mts. estilo libre 'de 7 a S
.1os; 25 rts. estilo ibre 10
afos; 50 ,ns. ,estilo fibre 11 y
12 afnos; 100 mts. estilo libre 13
y 14 aolos; 100 mts. estilo libre
15 y M6 aios; 25 ants. estilo pe-
,cho 7 :a `9 afios; 25 mts. estilo
ylecho 10 afies; 50 mts. estilo
echo 11 y 12 afios; 100 mts.
estilo echo 13 y 14 afios; 100
ants. estilo -pecho 15 y 16 alfis;
25 ants. estilo espalda 7 a S
aios.; 25 mis. estilo espalda 10
alios; 50 mts. estilo espalda 11
y 12 aMos; 100 mts estilo espal-
ida 13 y 14 afios; 100 mts. estilo
espalda 15 y 16 afios; 25 mts.
,mariposa 10 afios e menos: 50
ats. estilo mariposa 11 y 12
.anos; 50 mts. estilo mariposa
13 y 14 aios y 75 mts. estilo
mariposa 15 y 16 alias.
Se dara premio a .los gana-
dores de cada event.


y



de


Navarro




Natacion


El pr6ximo mi6rcoles 27 de
marzo se UlevarA a cabo un
torneo de nataci6n en la Pis-
cina de Rainbow City, en el
cual podran participar todos
los j6venes hasta la edad de
18 anos.
Este torneo se celebra como
parte del Programa de Re-
creacidn de Verano de Rain-
bow City, y estA a cargo de
los Profesores Alberto Abrego
y Harold Brown, quienes pres-
tan sus servicios actualmente
en esa comunidad.
Los events a celebrarse son
los siguientes: 25 yards es-
tilo libre, para 10 afios y me-
nos; 50 yards estilo libre para


en


el


el


27


Geraldino Ramirez el Mayor


Anotador en


Softball los Lunes y



Viernes en Rainbow


Gran entusiasmo y acogida
ha tenido la apertura de la Li-
ga de Soltball post escolar en
la temporada recreativa de
verano en la comunidad de
Rainbow City.
Los fanfiicos de este sano
deported tienen la oportunidad
de presenciar los lunes y vier-
nes por la noche, partidos de
verdadero interns en el Esta-
die de Mount Hope, en vista
de que en los equipos partici-
pantes militan destacadas fi-


guras tanto de la ciudad de
Col6n como de la Zona del
Canal.
Esta liga ha sido organizada
por el professor Alberto Abre-
go, con la colaboraci6n y apro-
baci6n de la Supervisibn *de
Educaci6n Fisica de las Escue-
las Latinoamericanas, y de los
sefiores Ramsey, Applewhite,
McFarlane, Appleton, Mkdel y
Fi'anklin quienes prestan sus
servicios desinteresadam en t e


Aplazada Para el


Del Torneo de


El torneo Divisional de Te-
nis de Mesa se iniciara el
pr6ximo martes 26 de marzo
a las 4:30 p.m. en el sector
Pacifico de la Zona del Canal.
Este torneo babia sido anun-
ciado para el pasado 20 de
marzo, pero por razones im-
previstas tuvo que postergarse
para el 26.
Ya han -entregado sus n6mi-
nas los equipos de la Direc-
ci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Com-unales, la Birecci6n de
Marina (Esclusas de Pedro Mi-
guel) y la Direcci6n de Trans-


,,-. .



REtNO PATRICK, el salvavi-
das de la Piscina de Rainbow
City, que ha resultado el pri-
mer nanador de la comumidad
Latinmoamericana en completar
50 irnllas a nado en dicha pis-
cina, lbaciendose eligible para
el certificado, insignia y em-
blema de la Cruz Roja Ame-
ricana.

Sigue a la Cabeza


Melvin Blemann
Mervin Blenman, el formida-
ble prospect de la novena
Spanish Town, en la liga de
baseball del program de Re-
creaci6n de Verano de Parai-
so, march adelante de los ba-
teadores con el elevado prome-
dio de .640, hasta los juegos ce-
lebrados el martes, ya que no
habrA partidos en el resto de
la semana.
Los diez mejores bateadores
son:
Jugador rom.
M. Blenman (ST) 640
A. Belgrave (BH) .349
L. Robinson (ST) .328
G. Ogarro (T) 289
J. Clark (ST) .286
E. Mendoza (ST) .270
M. Nelson (T) .269
V. Espinosa (ST) .258
J. DeCosta (ST) .257
A. Mayers (T) .255


porte y Terminales.
Faitan por entregar sus n6-
minas la Direcci6n de Asuntos
Civiles, la Contraloria y la Di-
visi6n de Ferrocarril.
Esta tarde a las 4:30 habrfi
una corta reunion entire los re-
presentantes para discutir los
planes de las ceremonies de
inauguracidn, ademis de otros
detalles relacionados con este
torneo. Se espera que todos los
representantes asistan a esta
reunion que se celebrarA en
el Sal6n de la Defensa Civil
(No. 10) en el Edificio Admi-
nistrativo.


50 Millas Complete el

Guardavidas Patrick


Reno Patrick, un joven sal.
vavidas de la piscina de Rain-
bow City, tiene el credito de
ser el primer nadador de as
comunidades Latinoamericanas
de la Zona del Canal de com.
pletar con todo 4xito las "50
millas", program este que es-
ta en progress en la piscina,
como contribuci6n a la campa-
fia pro-aptitud fisica.
Esta proeza atl6tica hace al
joven Patrick eligible para ob-
tener el Certificado de 50 Mi-
lHas, otorgado por la Cruz Ro-
ja de los Estados Unidos, asi
como tambi6n el emblema y la
insignia correspondiente.


. El oyven Patrick comenz6 las
50 millas el 14 de -febrero y las
finalize el T2 de marzo actual.
Durante sus horas libres nada-
ba aproximadamente dos millas
diarias.
Ademis de Patrick, otros cua-
tro nadadores han completed
10, 2S, 30 y 40 milias, v se ha-
cen tambien elegibles a sendos
certificados. Ellos son James
Guerrero, George McFarlane,
Roberto Sayles y Arcelio Ne-
well.
.Facil verdad, amable lector?
;Ha tratado Ud. de nadar 100
metros? Piense ahora en las 50
millas o aproximadamente 75.
000 metros.


LA CAMPEONA SOBERS

En los 100 y 200 Mts. Pianos
La sefiorita Josefina Sobers, en el Estadio Olimpico de Pa-
internacionalmente conoc i d a, namA, cuando compita en los
por haber representado a Pa- 100 y 200 metros pianos, para
nama en various torneos in- buscar su clasificacon en el
ternacionales deportivos, con- equipo que Panama enviarfi
fla en sus magnificas condi- a los Juegos Panamericanos
ciones y las pondrA de mani- que se celebrarAn desde el 20
fiesto el pr6ximo 30 de marzo de abril en Sao Paulo, Brasil.


como irbitros en los partidos.
Actualmente participan los
equipos Camp Coiner, Camp
Bierd, Don Ricardo, Pfizer, Au.
rora de Bassan y Bossa Nova.
En la inauguraci6n de la liga
bizo el lanzamiento de honor
la sefiorita Felicia Green, Rei-
na de los Carnavales de Rain-
bow City; como receptor ac-
tu6 el deportista -Wilfred Ba-
rrows y como bateador el Pre-
sidente del Concejo Municipal
-de Col6n, Jose L. Taymes.


Con un total de 123 punts,
Geraidino Ramirez, de los C1-
tioes, es el mayor .anotador del
torneo de basketball del pro-
grama de Recreaci6n !de Vera-
no que se esti celebrando en el
Gumnnasio de Paraiso. Esto mn-
cduye hasta los juegos celebra-
dos el martes de esta semawa.
Los diez mejores anotadores
son:
Ger-ad'no Ramirez (C) 323
Carlos Yearwood (P) 94
Oliver Welch (Cam). 49
Luther Goode (P) S4
Arturo Ogarro (C) 80
Lorenzo Robinson (P) 79
Robert Clark (T) 69
Claude Burgess (T) M4
Francisco Brito (Cam) 62
Tyrone Jones (T) 59
Estado de los Equipos
G P, Pts.
0Clticos 6 1 .857
Pistons 4 3 .5
Campeones 3 4 .429
Trotters 1 6 .143


11 y 12 afios: 100 yards estilo
libre para 13 y 14 afios; 100
yards estilo libre, abierto; 25
yards estilo pecho para 10
afios y menos ;100 yards es-
tilo pecho para 11 y 12 afios;
100 yards estilo pecho para
13 y 14 anos: 100 yards es-
tilo pecho, abierto; 25 yards
estilo espalda para 10 afios y
menos; 50 yards estilo espal-
da para 11 y 12 afios; 100 yar-
das estilo espalda para 13 y
14 ainos; 100 yards estilo es-
palda, abierto; 25 yards esti-
lo mariposa para 10 ainos y
menos; 50 yards estilo mari-
posa para 11 y 12 afios; 100
yards estilo mariposa para
13 y 14 anos.


Estas futuras estrellas del baseball panamefio participan en la
Liga Istmefia Infantil de Baseball que esta celebrando sus Partidos
en *el uadro de juegos de Pedro Miguel. Los juegos estin Ilevando
grandes concurrencias y se espera que dentro de various anos
algunos de estos "pipiolos" est6n militando on equipos de base-
ball professional.


el Baloncesto


26 Inauguraci6n



Tennis de Mesa


Eventos Acudaticos

Habrd el Miercoles


Pigina Tres


Marzo 22 de 1963


S P I LtW A -v






Marzo 22 de 1963


SPILLWAY


Pigina Cusmh


CALENHARID E EVENTS
MARZO

22-2S--Exhibici6n de 86 Cuadros "DIBUJOS Y ACUARELAS ABS-
TRACTAS: E.U.A." del Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva
York. Sal6n del Instituto Panamefio de Arte en el edificio
del Magisterio Panameilo Unido. Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
22-Baile Anual de la Policia de la Zona del Canal. A las 8
p.m., en "El. PanamA Hilton".
30-Torneo Invitacional de Softball de Gamboa.
30-Viaje a la Isla de Taboga patrocinado por la Sociedad His-
t6rica Istmefia.
30-31-Festival traditional de La Naranja en Capira.
ABRIL
2-6-Fiesta Patronal de Santo Toribio en Nombre de Dios.
6-7-Torneo Invitacional Internacional de Softball.
10-14-Segunda Feria de Azuero. En Los Santos.
10 al lo. de Mayo-Exposici6n de 6leos de Armando Mo-
rales, celebrado pintor nicaragilense radicado en Nueva
York. Institute Panamefio de Arte en el edificio del Ma-
gisterio Panameiio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
14-Domingo de Pascua.
21-27-Semana Nacional del Libro.
EN LA ASOCIACION PANAMERO-NORTEAMZRICANA
MARZO

22-Programa Especial de la Embajada de Francia "De Pa-
ris al Loira," 8:00 p.m., en el Salon de Actos.
23-Ensayo del Grupo Coral en el Sal6n de Actos, 2:00 p.m.,
25-Canto en Comiin, en el Sal6n de Actos, 6:00 p.m.
26--Reuni6n del Club de Fotografia, 8:00 p.m., Aula 9.
27-Examen del American Medical Association, Aula 9.
28--Hora de Conversaci6n en Ingl6s- para estudiantes avan-
zados, 6:00 p.m., Biblioteca.
29-Pelicula de largo metraje, 8:00 p.m., Salon de Actos.
30-Ensayo del Grupo Coral en el Salon de Actos, 2:00 p.m.



Revisan Costo de Muchos


Articulos los Ahnlmacenes

Los precious de algunos articulos de consume han sido redu-
cidos en los almacenes de sa Zona del Canal como resultado de
una nueva political de precious calculada a equipararlos a los pre-
valeciontes en la ciudad de Nueva Orleans. Por otro lado esa
1,olitica tambien ha resultado en el aumento de los precios de
L.iertps articulos.
Entre los articulos reducidos aparecen los alimentos para
beb4b, mixturas de dulces, frutas frescas, vegetables, cereales,
sopas, alimentos para animalilos, jabones y delergentes.
Los articulos aumentados incluyen la leche fresca que ahora
se vende en Nueva Orleans a 27 el cuarto, preclo que prevalecera
aqui a partir del lo. de abril. Actualmente la leche se vende d
25. centavos.


- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


'


Con la piel del jaguar aparecen en la fotografia, de izquierda a derecha: Emeterio Arias; Rod-
ney B. Ely. Jefe de la Secci6n de Topografia; Abram Hernindez; Julio Lucero, y Jose Perez,
los tres 61timos y Arias, miembros todos del equipo de ayudantes de topografia que elimin6
"al tigre."





Se Inicia Con Gran Exito


Torneo de Tenis de

El Program de Recreaci6n o mAs.
de Verano en Paraiso ia ini- En el primer juego celebra-
ciado un torneo de tenis de do, Edmundo Lewis venci6 a
mesa, con la participaci6n de Oliver Welch por 21-19, 22-24 y
16 j6venes de 15 afios de edad 21-13, en tanto que en el se-


Impreso en La Estrella de Panama





PROGRAMS DE TELEVISION -


CANAL 2

LUNES
12:00 Dick Tracy
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension. Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 La Fascinacion de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Muadia-
lesg
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
jer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Vikingos
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Lawman
7:30 Estrellas de Holly-
wood
0:00 77 Sunset Strip
9:00 Foro de Opini6n
PRblica
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

MARTES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro e
2:00 Teleteatro
3:15 Los Acucmautao
4:15 Reportajes Mundla-
les
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
jet
5:30 Fiesta de Estrelli-
tao
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Enredos de Pa-
blito
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Show do Blanquita
Amaro
7:30 Biografia
8:00 Caravana
9:00 La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00 Popeye
12:30 Noticlas
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo'de la Mu-
lt
S5O0 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica


6:15 Ramar de la Selva
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Rey de Diamantes
8:00 Surt Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Estreno Semanal
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Lucha Libre
JUEVES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Faro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajer Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Ma-
jor
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Panamefo Paname-
no
6:45 Naticias
7:00 Sala de Proyecci6n
7:30 MIs Tres Htjos
8:00 La Nueva Genera-
cl6n
9:00 Ballinger de Chica-
go
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00 El Cegato Magoo
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Toleteatro
3:30 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Mundic,.
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
ler
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Flecha Rota
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Los Picapledra
7:30 Alfred Hitchcock
e:00 Boris Karloff
9:00 Markham
9:30 Pap& Soltero
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00 Dibuios Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Aqui y AlI6
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Reportajes Mundia-
lea
2:00 Teleteatro
9:45 Sarao de Tevedos


4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
ler
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 St. Fiscal
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Steve Canyon
7:30 Robin
9:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Aventureros del
Mississippi
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
DOMINGO
12:00 Dibulos Animados
12:45 Talentos, S. A.
2:00 Teleteatro
4:00 Los Paracaidistas
4:30 Cuentos de Wells
Fargo
5:00 Supercar
5:30 Maverick
6:30 Iltazo Royal
7:00 Este es McGraw.
7:30 Documental
8:00 Ajedres Fatal
9:00 Un Paso al M6s All,
9:30 El Buen Pastor
20:30 Teleteatro


CANAL 4

LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantlle&
12:15 Pdtjaros do Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
5:00 Las Momias de Gua-
najuato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
6:30 La Ley del Rev61-
ver
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
8:00 La Legi6n Extranje-
ra
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Rula 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infacntiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Ras.
tro
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes


Documental
La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
Las Mamias de Gua-
najuato
Titeres y Comicas
El Hombre en ei Es-
pacio
Yogi Bear
Noticias *
Estudio Pepsi
El Martes a las 8
(viva. musical)
Murallas Blancas
Prtsionera (Novela)
El Tercer Hombre
La Cuerda Floja
Noticias

MIERCOLES
Alegrias Intantiles
Diario do a Bordo
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
Las Momias de Gua-
najuato
Titeres T C6mlcas
El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
Lanceros de Benga-
la
Noticias
lim de la Selva
C6micos Condcio-
nes
Murallas Blancas
Prisionera (Novela)
Dr. Kildare
Noticias
JUEVES
Alegrias Infantlies
El Jinete de la Pra-
dera
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
ILas Momias de Gua-
najuato
Titeres y C6micas
El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
Lassie
Noticias
Loretta Young
La H o r a Orange
Crush
Murallas Blancas
Prisionera (Novela)
Dimensi6n Descono-
eida
Mr. Lucky


10:30 Noticias

VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jet lackson
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele.
visi6n
5:00 Las Momias de Gua.
najuato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
":30 Revolver a la Or-
den
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Los Intocables
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 Alegrias Inlantiles
12:15 El Llanero Solita-
rio
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico Y
Deportivo
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Ye
1:30 Para la Familia
2:00 Las Momias de Gua-
najuato
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 El Hombre en el Es.
pacio
6:30 Investigador .S ub-
marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo por la Patria
10:30 Hazafias del Espa-
cio
11:00 Slvese Quien Pues.
da
11:30 Inspector Leclerc
12:00' La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Patrulla de Caminos
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
20:00 Pelicula


Mesa

gundo Kenneth Griffith se im-
puso fAcilmente a Lorenzo Ro-
binson power 21-16 y 21-15.
Los muchachos inscritos has-
ta ahora son los siguientes: F.
Ford, C. Yearwood, F. Brito,
C. Lewis, L. Welch, E. Lewis,
L. Robinson, K. Griffith, A.
Maynard, 0. Welch, C. L6pez,
G. Sealey, G. Paddyfoot, C.
Chambers, C. Myrie, M. Bar-
nett, G. Eversley, C. Smith,
L. Goode, L. Coco, R. West,
N. Clark, F. Davis, E. Eve-
rng, C. Boyer, C. Sainlen y R.
Almond.
Ayer debi6 iniciarse un tor-
neo para niiios de 14 afios de
edad y menos.


WALTFR GRYMALA, Inge-
niero Jefe de las Cascadas vi6
ia Zona del Canal por primer
vez en junio de 1942 cuando
estaba con la Marina Mercante
y su barco fue torpedeado y
nlundido a 60 millas de Crist6-
bal. Los rescatados fueron lle-
vados a Fuerte Gulick.
El estuvo con la Marina Mer-
cante desde 1939 hasta 1950 y
"vi6 el mundo", con escalas en
Europa, Asia y Africa. Efectu6 .
varias travesias por el Canal
durante ese tiempo. pero no
consider trabajar en el Istmo
hasta much despu6s.


CAPITAN EARL E. MULr
LINS de las Cascadas ingres6
en la Divisi6n de Dragas en
1952 y desde entonces ha esta-
do ya sea con las Cascadas o
la Paraiso.
Naci6 en Carolina del Norte,
peio creci6 en la Zona del Ca-
nal, donde su padre. George
W. Mullins, estaba con la Di-
visi6n de Policia de la Zona del
Canal despu6s de retirarse del
Ej6rcito de los Estados Unidos.
Su padre fue detective en la
Estaci6n de Balboa y. al mo-
mento de su jubilaci6n del ser-
vicio del Canal de Panama, es-
taba con la oficina de identifi-
caci6n en Balboa Heights.

POR TODOS LADOS
ISMAEL LAGUNA demostr6
su clase de boxeador el domin-
go pasado cuando se impuso
c:aramente por decision unani-
me al norteamericano Auburn
Copeland en combat a diez
asaltos realizado ante-una con.
currencia de 8,000 persenas ow
la Plaza de Toros La Macare-
na.




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