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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 29, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00400
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum



Gamboaites Saturday's Your OV Day


Oral Polio Vaccine


SWEET AS SUGAR!


Residents of Gamboa Saturday will become the first
Canal employees to receive oral polio vaccine in the
current campaign to "stamp out polio" in the Zone.
Clinics in Gamboa will open at 9 a.m. Saturday and
remain open until 5 p.m. The clinics will be at the Gamboa
Dispensary and Santa Cruz School.
All residents are urged to complete the registration
forms received this week in the "special polio edition" of
the Spillway before they go to the clinics. (This will
save time for those visiting the clinics and reduce con-
fusion at the clinics.)
Families are urged to visit The "stamp out polio" cam.
the clinics together, to insure paign will move to the Pacific
that every member of the fam- side of the Zone on April 5 and
ily is protected against polio. 6 (that's next weekend) and to
And remember, all members the Atlantic side on April 19
of the family should take the and 20. The special polio edition
oral vaccine, even if they pre- of the Spillway which contains
viously have had shots of Salk the registration blanks and m-
vaccine. formation about the vaccine will
And why not? All that's re- be distributed on the Pacific
quired is to eat a sugar cube side early next week and on
with several drops of vaccine the Atlantic side about April
sprinkled on it. Could anything 16. Be sure to get your copy
be easier, quicker, and simpler and complete the registration
- while providing good health? forms ahead of time.


New Enrollment Peak

At Canal Zone College


_ Il Enrollment at Canal Zone Col-
lege for the second semester
has reached an all-time high
of 748 students, more than
double the top enrollment of
S340 in 1961-62.
Records on enrollment are
available in the College office
back to 1940. Lowest enrollment

SPet Show


MARCH 29. 196At Rodman
FRIDAY. MARCH 29. 1963


Colonel Parker Brushes UI


On Zone Plans, Programs


Col. David S. Parker was
getting caught up with current
Canal activities, plans, pro-
grams, and related matters
this, week after being gone
from the Isthmus for nine
years-
Colonel Parker will become
Lieutenant Governor of the
Canal Zone on April 8 with
the departure of Lt. Gov.
Walter P. Leber for Cincinnati,
hio, and new duties as Ohio
Aiver Division Engineer.
The incoming Lieutenant
Governor is not exactly a
newcomer to the Isthmus,
having previously served, from
1952 to 1954, as Military
Assistant to the Governor.
A 1940 graduate of the U.
S. Military Academy at West
Point, Colonel Parker has
been on duty with the Port-
land Engineer District in Ore-
gon, with the First Corps in
Korea, and in Washington since
leaving the Zone.
Colonel Leber, who has
served as Lieutenant Governor
since June 26, 1961, recently
was nominated for promotion
to Brigadier General by Pres-
ident Kennedy. He is schedul-
ed to assume his new duties
in Cincinnati soon after leaving
the Isthmus.


Lt. Gov. Walter P. Leber outlines some of the activities and
plans of the Canal organizations to Col. David S. Parker, who will
become Lieutenant Governor early next month. Colonel Parker
arrived on the Isthmus Monday, March 25 and will assume his
new duties on April 8.


April 6
There's a lot of whispering,
and giggling, and costume-
planning going on these days
as plans are made for the
fifth annual SPCA Pet Show,
to be held on Saturday, April
6, at 1 p.m. at Symington
Field, Rodman Naval Station.
The costume parade always
is a highlight of the show,
with the pets in fancy dress,
and apparently having as much
fun as the audience. A wee
white mouse in garden dress
and floppy hat, last year, was
one of the smallest costumed
entries.
All pets, except horses, are
eligible for entry whether
pedigreed or just plain mixed
breed. Applications for entry,
each one accompanied by the
$1 entrance fee, should be sent
to the Canal Zone Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, Box 246, Balboa, by
April 1.
The trophies and ribbons to
be awarded at the pet show
are now on display in the
windows of the Balboa Retail
Store. In addition to the rib-
bons and trophies, door prizes
will be awarded.
Ample parking and seating
facilities are arranged at
Symington Field.


during the past three decades
was during World War II1. The
48 full-time and part time
instructors employed this year
exceed the wartime enrollment
of 46 in 1943.
The enrollments increased aft-
er World War II to nearly 200,
with G.I. Bill students, but
dropped back to 88 in 1952.
Thereafter it began to grow
once more, reaching 150 in 1953
and staying around that figure
until 1955-56 when the peak' was
192. Since then, enrollment has
been: 1956-57, 198; 1957-58, 169;
1958-59, 176; 1959-60, 174; 1960-
61, 227; and 1961-62, 340.
The College started with 368
students last September, and
rose to 383 in November. By the
end of January and opening of
the second semester it had in-
creased to 659 and 109 more
were added during February,
while 19 dropped because of
course cancellation.
Currently, 310 students are
full-time, while 438 are part-
time. The part-time students are
enrolled for 1570 semester cre-
dits. Among the full-time stud-
ents, 226 are freshmen and 84
are sophomores, while 190 are
men and 120 are women.
To accomadate the part-time
students and to give a wider
variety of subject choice to full-
time students, 48 classes meet
after 4:30 in the afternoon.
These classes include instruc-
tion in typing, shorthand, ac
counting, auditing, business law.
and business organization and
management; English, mecha-
nical engineering-and-architec-
tural drafting; vocal music,
water colors, oil painting, art
appreciation, sketching an d
design, and applied art; Spa-
nish, French, German, and Rus-
sian; mathematics at several
levels; library science; clothing
design and construction; tropic,
al biology; oceanography, astro-
nomy; and several courses in
history and other social
sciences.


Bargain Hunters


Find 'em In Sale


Seven Employees At Chicago Meet


Seven employees of the En-
g in e e r in g and Construction
Bureau, headed by Harold Fee.
ney, Chief of the Contract and
Inspection Division, were spend-
g this week in Chicago at-
nding an inspectors' training
course being conducted by the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Central Inspector Tra i n inning
School.
A comprehensive course cov-
ering all phases of construction
work, the program includes the


fundamentals of the various
trades and fields.
The courses are designed to
provide inspectors with a broad-
er knowledge of the basic
features of construction and in-
clude eleven technical subjects;
the value of good inspection
and inspector methods, pro-
cedures, and principles neces-
sary to obtain quality building
construction in conformance
with contract plans and specifi-
cations are stressed.


In addition to Mr. Feeney,
those attending the courses are
Leslie Anderson, Resident Re-
presentative of the Gorgas Hos-
pital Construction; George V.
Kirkland Atlantic Area Inspec-
tor of the Contract and Inspec-
tion Division: Albert Saarinen,
Electrical Inspector' Frank H.
Robinson. Construction Inspec-
tor; Richard J. Mahoney Super-
visory Construction Represen-
tative; and Raymond H. Shaw,
Civil Engineer.


The cache of gold jewelry,
rowboats, bicycles and other
items which were put up for
sale by the Panama Canal
Storehouse recently proved to
be a bargain hunter's paradise
with 18-karat gold bracelets
going for as little as $26 and
a rowboat for $21.'
The Storehouse Branch re-
ceived and opened 63 bids on
the 34 items included on the
list of lost and unclaimed
merchandise which had been
held by the Canal Zone Police
for six months and turned
over to the Storehouse for
disposal.
The 10 gold bracelets, rang-


ing in weight from 10:10 grams
to 60.5 grams, proved most
popular. High bids ranged
from $26.02 on the lighter
weight to $96 for the heavy
nine-strand type.
Most of a package lot of
400 gold filled men's watch
bands went for a high bid of
59 cents each. A wrist watch
was sold for $1.30, an umbrella
for 20 cents, a bicycle for
$3.80 and a small toy scooter
for 20 cents.
One lucky Zone resident
purchased a 12-foot green
rowboat for a high bid of
$21.25 and another a six-foot
dinghy for the bargain piac
of $6.30.


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~ag Two SPILLWA r March 29, 1963


"IS IT ERUPTING?" asks Melvin Belden of Panama.a' pupil
in Grade 3 at the Ancon Elementary School. as he and Joan Roth
of Panama, a Grade 4 pupil of the same school, gaze at a model
of a volcano. The timely model was a focal point of attraction
for science fair-goers who have been reading about the eruption
of Irazu in Costa Rica.



Balboa Perfomanees Set


By Gold Coast Players
The Cristobal Little Theatre will pack up cast and crew
and come to the Pacific Side of the Isthmus to present, two
weekend performances of "Come Blow Your Horn," the de-
light+ul comedy that recently completed a successful run in
Cristobai.
The performances in the Theatre Guild building in An-
eon will be at 8 ,p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday,.
March 29 through 31, and will be repeated the following
weekend, April '5, 6, and 7.
The play, written by. Neil Simons, is directed by Surse
Pierpoint.
Reservations may be made at the Theatre in Ancon, or
,by telephone at Balboa 3786, from I to 10 p.m. any night- .
through April 6.


More


Than


DOLL-SIZE FIRE HAZARDS are studied by Theresa Leen of Panama, pupil in Grade 3 of tF
Ancon School, and some of her classmates, viewing the display labeled "Check for fire hazara-
in the home" at the science fair.


Hundreds Visit Science Fair


Hundreds of schoolebhildren,
by classes, trooped through the
Diablo Heights Junior H i g h
School gymnasium this week
to visit the fifth annual science
fair of the Pacific Side U. S.
Elementary Schools and 'the
Diablo Heights Junior High
School.
After school hours they.-re-
turned with their parents, who


Tugs, Skill


were as interested as their sons
and daughters in the exhibits,
which ranged from the first
graders' interpretation of safe.
ty, nutrition, and health rules,
to the seventh graders' displays
that dealt with communica-
t io n, paleontology, anatomy,
bacteriology, applied sciences,
the solar- system, and -atoms
and atomic energy, to mention
but a few.
Buzzers- and -white mice re-
ceived almost constant atten-
tion from fairgoers who, "at this
year's science fair, found much
that revolved, or buzzed, .or
moved. Even the stationary


models were realistic, as in the
Fifth Greaders' displ a y of
snakes and scorpions that ac-
companied first aid procedures.
Science teamed up with poet-
ry this year, and 'a number of
displays carried pertinent
poems. One warned of the im-
portance of proper dental care,
and another, attached to a bou-
quet of oleander blossoms spoke
of their deadliness when eaten.
- The Science Fair of the U. S.
Elementary Schools on the At-
lantic Side will be held next
week, April 2 through April 4,
in the Coco Solo Elementary
School general purpose room.


Needed To Dock TFrance'


It taJes more than a trio of
harbor tugs and a skilled pilot
eo two to bring a ship the size
r/ the giant cruise' liner
"France" to dock.
To the thousands of Isthmian
Residents who watched the ar-
rival and departure of the big
ship in Cristobal Monday, the
ereration was -smooth and ef-
fortles.
But to the men in the Panama
Lanal Navigation Division, the
success of the maneuver was
the direct result of the close
coordination of scores of Ca-
Sal employees and the officers
and members of the crew of the
vessel.
To Capt. Roy- L Hearn, of
Cristobal, who bad charge of
uinding the vessel to her -pier
from four miles outside the
Cristobal breakwater, the
France was a beautifully ap-
pointed modern vessel equipped
with every known aid to naviga-
tion.
But he soon found that the
graceful, 67,000-gross-ton ship
With its towering superstructure
and bridge situated 80 feet
above the water, was inclined
to yaw a bit in the stiff dry
eason wind sweeping across
Limon Bay. The long, lean
Y'rance, when moving at reduc-
6d speed, required a firm hand
on the reins.
In order to swing the vessel
safely into position for dock-
ing, Captain Hearn and his two
Assistant pilots depended qon
the -assistance and skill of the
bpasters of three Cristobal
harbor tugs which reported for
Auty north of the Cristobal
loele.
Then there were the dock em-
eloyees whose duty it was to
secure the lines at the right
I oment and make sure proper
safety measures were taken for
protection of passengers, dock


employees and visitors.
It was a ticklish job which
had to -be repeated in reverse
12 hours later, when the France
was backed away from the
pier, turned slowly in the chan-
nel and sailed, with all lights
blazing down the harbor to the
breakwater entrance.
It was also a good show for
the spectators who lined the
Colon water front to watch the
French liner leave for New
York. Old timers said they had
never seen such interest in a
ship, although Cristobal has
Leen a port of call for many
of the world's largest and most
famous ships.
Captain Hcarn is a veteran
with 30 years of experience as
a Canal pilot He was pilot in
charge of the docking of the
big United States liner "United
States" when she made her
second visit to Cristobal in Feb-
tuary. He also has handled the
cruise ships "Mauretania" and
"Rotterdam" and was a pilot


Zone Represented


At Postal Confab
Earl F. Unruh, Canal Zone
Director of Posts, will represent
the Canal Zone at a Central
American and Panama Postal
Conference to be held in Mia-
mi the first week in April.
The conference has been call-
ed to discuss the problem of
transportation and exchange of
mail along the new Interamer-
ican Highway Representatives
of the Postal Departments of
ali Central American countries,
Panama and the Canal Zone
will be present.
Mr. Unruh left the Isthmus
this week and will return the
second week in April


or the aircraft carrier "Valley
Forge" when she passed
through the Canal in 1953.
In 1959, Captain Hearn, with
Capt. Frank Russell were the
control pilots on the Sinclair
Petrolore", which, with a
team of 106.4 feet, was the
widest ship ever to transit the
Canal.
The France has a draft of
only 34 feet but she will be too
deep and too long for the dock
in Port-au-Prince. Haiti, her
next port of call. There she will
anchor in the harbor and pas-
sengers will disembark in
smaller craft to go ashore.


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CHS vs. BHS Opener Tonight
Balboa and Cristobal High wood court of Balboa High
schools will play their opening School are Dale Stevens, John
ame in the interscholastic Wainio, and Bob Bowman, stars
basketball schedule this evening of yesteryear who now are at-
hen the Balboa Bulldogs journ- tending schools in the United
y to Coco Solo to meet the States Stevens is reported to
ristobal Tigers. -be running with the first unit
of the University of Oklahoma
The Bulldogs, who are gnaw- freshman team.
ig at the leash to begin their
defense of the scholastic basket- From last year's starting
all crown, have won. all of combine for Balboa only the
hei r preliminary exhibition "Tom-Tom" boys, Tom Mur-
ames, played against military phy and Tom Perantie, are on
ad civilian teams. hand. Other returning letter-
men include Mike LeBrun, *Al
Sorely missed from the hard- Osborne and Lewis French.


INTERSCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL SCHEDULE, 1963


Non-League March 29
March 29
Non-League April 1
April 2
Non-League April 3,
April 5
Non-League April .6
Non-League April 1e
AprilH 1
Non-League April 17
Non-League April 18
April 18
Non-League April 19
April 23
Non-League April 23
April 26
Non-League April 26
Non-League April 29
April 30
May 2
Non-League May 2
Non-League May 3
May 7
Non-League May 9
May 10
May 14
Non-League May 14
May 16, 17,1 -


Friday
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Friday
Saturday
Wednesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Thursday
Friday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Friday
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
Thursday
Friday
Tuesday
Thursday
Friday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday,


ay


ay


Voit
B.H.S.
Voit
C.H.S.
Gibraltar Life
B.H.S.
Voit
Voit
C.H.S.
Voit


Abernathy-Unisport
C.Z.C.
Voit
C.Z.C.
Abernathy-Unisport
B.H.S.
Gibraltar Life
Gibraltar Life
C.H.S.
B.H.S.
Gibraltar Life.
Abernathy-Unisport
C.H.S.
Gibraltar Life
C.Z.C.
C.Z.C.
Abernathy-Unisport
Friday and Saturday -


vs. C.ZC. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.Z.C. at Balboa
vs. Volit at Albrook A.F.B.
vs. C.Z.C. at Albrook A.F.B.
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. Gibraltar Life at Alb. A.F.B.
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. Gibraltar Life at Alb. A.F.B.
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. C.Z.C. at Balboa
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. C.Z.C. at Balboa
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.Z.C. at Balboa
vs. C.Z.C. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. C.Z.C. at Balboa
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
vs. B.H.S. at Balboa
vs. C.H.S. at Coco Solo
J.C. Tournament.


No admission to om-league games 75w for non-student associafle members to league games.
Preliminary games tart at 6 p.m. Final gamt alsaBy about 7:30.


March 29, 1963


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International Softball Next


Weekend


GAMBOA TOURNEY SATURDAY Zone, Panama Teams


_e Thirteenth Annual Gam-
boa Invitational Softball tourna-
ment will be held this Saturday.
March 30, from 8 a.m. to 6:30
P.m.
The invited teams include
Abernathy-Unisport, last year's
winners and first-half c h a m-
pions of the 1963 Pacific Soft-
ball League, managed by Bill
De La Mater; Fort Clayton,
1962 Pacific Softball league
champions, managed by Jess
Burdick; Navy Comsta, manag-
ed by Bill Smith; Pan Liquido.
managed by Sam Catlet; Po-
well's Garage, managed by Lou
Hooper; Philips Radio, current
second-half leaders of the Paci-
fic Softball League, managed
by Bill Nickisher; Fort Sher.
man, managed by Sgt. Genova,
and White Horse, managed by
George McArthur.
Food and beverages will be
available at the park on sale
by the Gamboa Civic Council.
Swimming pool facilities are
available adjacent to the park.
The Canal Zone Umpires Asso-
ciation will handle the officiat-
ing for the tournament.
(ames are scheduled as fol-
s:
Field No. 1 &:00 a.m. -
Ft. Clayton Vs. White Horse
Field No. 2 8:00 a.m. -
Ft. Sherman Vs. Philips Radio
Field No. 1 10:00 a.m. -


Powells Garage Vs. Na v y
Comsta
Field No. 2 10:00 a.m. -
Abernathy-Unisport Vs. Pan Li-
quido
Field No. 1 12:00 noon Win-
ners of two 8:00 a.m. games
Field No. 1 1:30 p.m. Win-


ners of two 10:00 a.m. games
Field No. 1 3:00 p.m. Loos-
ers of above to games to de-
termine 3rd place.
Field No. 1 Winner of noon
game Vs. Winner of 1:30 p. m.
game.


Bruce Perry Wins


Judo Tournament


More than 400 people were on
hand at the Balboa YMCA last
Sunday to see Bruce G. Perry
of the Canal Zone Postal Divi-
sJon win the championship for
all weight divisions in the judo
tournament between the Canal
Zone Judo Club and two Colon
judo clubs.
Weighing in at 165 pounds,
Perry had to run the gamut
of eight able and powerful ad-
versaries. including one wegh-
ing more than 200 pounds, to
achieve his victory and cham-
pionship. In one spectacular
throw, he continued an. action
from on the mat to a standing
position then neatly hurled his
opponent for a full point count.
David Ossie and Robert U.
Schultz, the latter the runnerup
for the championship, also turn-
ed in notable performances. A
demonstration of Karate tech-
nique was given by Sgt. Wil-


ham Kam, U.S. Army, who
also served as one of the re-
ferees for the judo tournament.
With a single chopping action
with one hand, Sergeant Kam
smashed a three-thickness layer
of boards, each more than an
inch thick. He then splintered
a similar set of boards with a
deft kick of his foot.
The tournament, made pos-
sible through cooperation of
the Balboa YMCA, with the en-
couragement and assistance of
Robert Wick, special programs
office an dstaff member of the
YM, was concluded with an-
nouncement of belt promotions
for a number of the judo per-
formers.
Referees for the tournament,
in addition to Sergeant Kam,
were Sgt Ropert A. Engelke of
the Canal Zone Police Division,
and Maj. Robert A. Ryan, U.S.
Army.


To Play At Balboa


The second annual Interna-
tional Invitational Softball Tour-
nament, jointly sponsored by
the Pacific Softball League and
Abernathy, S. A., will be play-
ed in Balboa on April 6 and 7.
The tournament will bring
together the top 16 teams from
the Canal Zone and the Repub.
lic of Panama. Games will be
played on the Pacific Softball
League Park on Saturday, Ap-
ril 6, and Sunday, April 7, with
6 auxiliary games being played
on the Fastlich League Park on
the opening day.
Abernathy, S. A., of Panama,
is donating the Rawlings offi-
cial softballs, the trophies and
special gift certificates that w'tl
be given to four fans in each
stand on Saturday and in the
one stand on Sunday. The gift
- certificates will be given at
random times each day to the
fans sitting in pre-determined
lucky seats.


Admission to the tournament
is free and refreshments will
be available at the parks.
The final championship game
will be preceded by a two or
three inning exhibition game
between dignitaries of the Ca-
nal Zone and the Republic of
Panama.
Teams that will participate in
the tournament are: Abernathy,
Ft. Clayton, U. S. Navy, Pan
Liquido, Phiips Radio a n d
White Horse from the Pacific
Softball League; Republicano,
Tono Gordon and Maurici from
the Liga Mayor De La Republi-
ca De Panama; Gqodyear-Tas-
co, Elga, S. A., and Internation-
al De Ventas from the Liga Co.
mercial De La Republica De
Panama; Guardia N a ci en a I
from the Liga Interna de la
Guardia Nacional; The Cbitre
Allstars from Chitre, R. P.; The
Albrook Air Force Base Jets
and The Ft. Kobbe Regulars.


Sport Day At Cristobal
Some 150 girls will participate n the Second Anntma
Sports Day to be held on Saturday at Cristobal High
School, with Canal Zone College, Cristobal High School,
and. Balboa High School participating.-
The girls will participate in basketball, vofteybaM,
archery, table tennis, tennis, swimming and track events.
The Sports Day wilft be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:36 p.m.
The First Annual Sports Day was held last May at
Balboa.


Balboa Topples College As Baseball


The Interscholastic Baseball
season of the C.Z. U.S. schools
ended last week, with Balboa
High School ending the Col-
lege's 2-year reign as champion.
Final Standings W L
Balboa High School 7 1
Canal Zone College 4 4
Cristobal High School 1 7
In a way, the season was
unique before it began because
all three coaches were taking
their first turns as helmsmen
in the league. Old timers don't
remember this ever having oc-
curred in the past.
Although Herb Raybourne is
rot new to Balboa High School,
he returned to coach his Alma
Mater this year after a fine

















LUTHER, QUINN, BHS
Infield

I \.


professional baseball whirl and
completing his graduate work.
Coach Doug Litton joined the-
system this year to guide the
Gold Coast Tigers in football
and baseball. In addition to
having the usual solid baseball
background, Doug had the ex-
perience of coaching the fresh-
man baseball team at Missis-
sippi State while completing his
Coach Morris Finkelstein of
graduate work a few year ago.
the Canal Zone College rounded
out the newcomers. Besides the


All-Star


CHARLES McFADDEN, CZC
Infield


burden of missing key players
frequently because of College
class and practice conflicts,
Finkelstein was the only coach
who had to figure out how to
finish- the baseball season and


Doug Priester .391 Balboa
High School.
John Sanders .357 Cristobal
High School.
Luther Quinn .348 Balboa
High School.


start practices for basketball Frank Ammlrati .307 Ca-
at the same time. nal Zone College.
Six players from the three Highlights of the season in-
schools hit over the magic 300 eluded:
marker. They are: Frank Ammirati and Curt
Archie Carroll .428 Canal Swarzrock hit back-to-b a c k
Zone College. homers against Cristobal High
Curt Swarrock .400 Canal School in the Coco Solo 1
Zone College. Stadium.

SLineup Named


DOUG PRIESTER. BHS
First Ras&
iwWA.


Champs

Jim Riley finished his season
of pitching five vias and no
losses by twirling a no-hit no-
run game against College. As
is usually the case in no-hittera,
the opposing pitcher, Swarz-
rack, hurled a fine game also
- two hits neither of which
produced an opponent run.
A real oddity came out of
sickness on the Atlantic Side.
Gregg Hakason was out of
school for two weeks with the
chicken pox. The first game
he pitched after joining the
Tigers squad again was a four-
hit game against the cham-
pions-to-be, Balboa High School,
tor Cristobal's only league vic-
tory.









i[ ,


RILEY. BHS


ORRIN CLEMMENT. CHS
Infield


JEFF LEON. CZC
Catcher


DAVID WILDER, CHS
Outfield


ARCHIE CARROLL, CZC
Outfield


Page Three


March 29, 1963


S P I-L LW A Y






SPILLWAY


March 29, 1963


PEOPLE IN Ti-
ANASTASIO (Tacho) SOGANDARES, Chief
Planner in the Marine Bureau's Industrial
Division at Mount Hope, has been with the
Panama Canal organization since 1926, but
still remembers the thrill of his first pay-
check.
He was born on Taboga Island, and is
an alumnus of Pana-na National Institute.
Mr. Sogandares is a naturalized United States
citizen, is married, and resides in Margarita.
From messenger, he entered an ap-
prenticeship in 1927 as boilermaker apprentice
and was promoted until he was boilermaker
leader. In 1954 he transferred to the Plan-
ning Section as planner. On August 5, 1962,
he was appointed Supervisory Planner and
Estimator.
Mr. and Mrs. Sogardares are the parents
of a son, Dr. Franklin Sogandares, a Profes-
sor at Tulane University, who was graduated
from Balboa High School, and a daughter,
now Mrs. Lydia Case of Albany, Indiana, a
Cristobal High School graduate and a gra.
duate medical technician.
Mr. Sogandares has two sisters, Dr. Lydia
Sogandares and Dr. Lucilla Sogandares, both
of Panama City, and a brother who is in Peru
with International Petroleum.
His hobbies are fishing and golf.


"Gente en
MARCELA C. DE GUERRA,
personnel clerk in the Person-
nel Office, Ancon, has been
working for the Panama Canal
organization three and a half
years. In that time she has
been a receptionist, in charge
of transfers, and operator of


Ho 0SOPO'LIGH-T


MRS. GENEVA (GINGER) H. COLBURN,
Service Center manager at Cristobal, remem.
hers the old commissary coupon book system
quite vividly one of her first positions with
the Panama Canal was inspecting commis-
sary books at the Printing Plant at Mount
Hope. The commissary coupon books were .
used in place of money in making Canal Zone
purchases, the sales clerk merely tearing off
enough units to cover a sale.
From the Printing Plant she transferred
to the Service Center at Margarita. She then
was supervisor and for over four years has
been manager at the Cristobal Service Center.
This Service Center has gone on a six-day a
week schedule, and is open from 6 a.m. to
6:45 p.m.
Her husband, Charles Colburn, is a master
machinist in the Industrial Division and they
reside in Margarita. Their one son is in the
Air Force Security Service in Florida, and
their two daughters are married.
Savannah, Georgia, is home in the States.

la Notici a" on opposite page
IBM machines. Incentive Awards Office of the
Pri.- to comin to th Pan.- Panama Canal.


rriorTo coming... -. .
ama Canal Personnel Office,
she worked with the U.S. Navy
at Rodman, in the Army Trans-
r.ortation Division, Fort Clay-
ton, with the Controller's Of-
fice, Fort Amador, and in the


Sixth Grader Writes


On Panama Flowers

EDITOR'S NOTE Fort Kobbe Elementary School teachers
Jane Wooden and Phyllis Brennan suggested several days ago
that some of the compositions written by elementary school
pupils would prove popular with Spillway readers and submit.
ted a number of samples. Exercising our editorial prerogative
of selecting what we liked best and would fit in the space
available we picked the following item about flowers.
Keeping in mind the limitations imposed by space, other
elementary teachers are invited to submit any offerings they
may wish. All we ask is that they be typewritten, if pos.
sible, and the student, grade, school, and teacher identified.
Submissions may or may not be published, but they will be
considered, and we'll attempt to return those not used but
cannot guarantee to do so.
By VIRGINIA BOWMAN
Sixth Grade, Fort Kobbe
There are some very inter- poro-poro is a shiny yellow
testing flowers in the world, The cotton of the kapok is
but if you looked about you shiny beige color. The po(
in Panama you would find oi the kapok bursts open witl
some very, very interesting great force. The cotton is sof
flowers, and sticky after it bursts ou


One of these is the Wood
Rose. The -Wood Rose is brown,
and has four seeds which
seem to be covered with black
velvet. The seeds are found
in the round center part of
the flower. When the seed is
cut open, which will probably
have to be done by your
father because of its hardness,
inside is a crumpled leaf.
There is also a wild Wood
Rose, but it is much smaller.
The African Tulip Tree has
bright orange-red flowers. The
strangely shaped bud, with a
small flower and compressed
water inside, is used as a
squirt gun by mischievous
boys.
There are two different types
of wild cotton, poro-poro and
kapok. Both types of cotton
have very attractive flowers.
The flower of the kapok is
white and the flower of the


V1
a
d

t
at


of the pod.
Just some of the very
interesting flowers of Panama
are: the Frangipani, which
has a wonderfully sweet smell;
the bloom of the Cannon-ball
tree; the Shower-of-Gold, which
is now beginning to bloom;
the Hibiscus; the Ixora, more
commonly called "firecracker"
the Orchid tree; the Pride of
India; 'the Barbados lily which
grows from a bulb; the Red
Ginger; the Torch Ginger.
When flowers are cut open
it is interesting to see the
things of the inside that you
can not see on the outside.
Flowers are based on certain
numbers. If a flower is based
on five, there will be five of
everything, or a multiple of
five.
Many of the flowers of Pan-
ama can be found in Summit
Gardens. Why don't you see
how many you can find?


She is a graduate of Balboa
High School in the Class of
1956. Married, she lives at San
Francisco de la Caleta in Pan-
ama City.

ALBERTO ABREGO, physical
education teacher at Rainbow
City High School, is in charge
of the current summer recrea-
tion program in that Latin
American community of the Ca-
nal Zone.
He started work ;n the school
on May 8, 1962 after having
been a physical education in-
structor at Bocas del Toro, at
Justo Arosemena Institute in
Panama City, and at Felix Oli-
vares School in David.
He was born in Sona, Vera-
guas Province, and was gra-
duated from Juan Demostenes
Arosemena Normal School in
Santiago, Veraguas in 1950. He
received the degree Professor
of Physical Education at the
University of Panama in 1960.

RAYMOND ABBOTT's face is
a familiar one to those who
travel via the Panama Rail-
road, for he is the vendor of
coffee, doughnuts, empanadas
and soft drinks. Raymond is 18
years of age and has been en-
gaged in this work four years.
Raymond lives in Colon and
always is on board the first
train to leave Colon, at 5 a.m.
Sometimes he makes three
trips a day by train from the
A'lantic to the Pacific side and
back again.
He studied accounting for
one year at the Costa de Oro
School in Colon. His father,
Samuel Abbott, is a carpenter
and works with the U.S. Army
at Fort Gulick.

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
MIRAFLORES LOCKS 1538
Gatun Locks 206
Las Cruces, 8 trips 1271
Reina Manuelita, 3 trips 58
Passenger ships (2) 1205
Purification Plant 8

Grand Total 4286


Flight Training

For Enlistees

Young men interested in
warrant officer flight training
in, the regular Army now have
an opportunity- to enlisi for
such a program. Applicants
may be selected for training in
either fixed or rotary wing
aircraft.
An applicant for enlistment
under the program must be a
citizen of the United States,
be at least 18 ears of age
and not et 30. and meet the
plental and physical prore-
quisites.
Physical requirements include
a stipulation rhat *he applicant
may not weigh more than 200
pounds, and be from five feet.
four inenes to six feet. four
inches ,all.
Applicants must be high
school graduates and oe willing
to enlist for two-year terms
of service. They must also
be willing to accept appoint-
rments as warrant officers in
the U. S. Army. Reserv'e for
nn indefinite term upon suc-
cessful completion n of the flight
training and to serve a- war-
rant officers on active duty
fcr at 'east 36 months after
completing training.



Coming


Events

MARCH
30 -Oral Vaccine Day in
Gamboa (first dose).
30 Gamboa Invitational
Softball Tournament.
30 -Isthmian Historical So-
ciety-sponsored trip to
historical Taboga Island.
30-31-Orange Fair in Capira,
Panama.
APRIL
2- 6-Fiesta of Santo Toribio
at Nombre de Dios.
4-11-Caribbean Girls State at
Fort Kobbe.
5- 6--Oral Vaccine Day in
Pacific-side communities
of Canal Zone.
7 -Abou Saad Shrine cer-
emonial at Miraflores
Locks.
6- 7-International Invitational
Softball Tournament,
Balboa.
10-14-Second Fair of Azuero
in Villa Los Santos, Pan-
ama.
10-30-Exhibition of paintings
by Armando Morales,
Nicaragua painter, at the
Panamanian Teachers
Union, Panama.
12 -Good Friday. Legal holi-
day.
20 -Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group charity
dessert card party, 1
p.m., Fort Amador Of-
ficers' Open Mess. Tic-
kets $1 each. For further
information call Balboa
3584 or 3367.
19-20-Oral Vaccine Day in
Atlantic-side communities
of Canal Zone.
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.

PACIFIC SOFTBALL LEAGUE
Team W. L. Pct.
Philips Radio 6 1 .857
Abernathy-Unisport 6 3 .667
Pan Liquido 4 3 .571
Ft. Clayton 3 5 .375
White Horse 3 5 .375
U. S. Navy 1 6 .143
Next Week's Schedule
Monday, April 1, Ft. Clayton
vs White Horse.
Tuesday, April 2, Abernathy
vs Philips Radio.
Wednesday, April 3, White
Horse vs Pan Liquido and
Navy vs Abernathy.
Thursday, April 4, Philips
Radio vs Ft. Clayton and
White Horse vs Navy.
Saturday, April 6, and Sunday,
April 7, International Invi-
tational Softball Tourna-
ment


CFN-TV

SCHEDULE


SUNDAY


1:00
2:30
3:00
4:1.5
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:15
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:50
9:00
9:30
10:15
10:30
11:00
11:05


4:50
5:00
5:05
5:00
6:00
6:35
7:00
7:15
7:30
8:00
P-q.
9:00
10:30
11:00
10:15
11:15


1:00
2:00
2:45
4:00
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:20
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:55
9:00
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:15


Parade ol Sports
Chapel of the Air
Pro Bowlers Tour
Air Force N e we
Review
Dennis Day
Frontiers of Know-
ledge
Championship Bridge
CFN News
S-cred Heart
Expedition Colorado
Ted Mack
Danny Thomas
Ed Sullivan
Weekend News Re.
view
Price is Right
Mery Griffen
Tenn. Ernie Ford
Christophers
Final Edition
Enc: Tonight

MONDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Magic Land of Ala-
kazam
Boots and Saddles
4 Star Edition
Zone Grey Theater
Bienvenido
Air Power
Dick Van Dyke
Camera on Com.
munism
CFN News
Movietime: "Stolen
Face"
Medic
Final Edition
Travel Time
Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
Bfifboard
First Edition -
Kids Klub
American Civil War
4 Star Edition
Buccaneers
Services in Action
Andy' Grillfith
Garry Moore
CFN News
Armchair Theater .
"Race for Life"
The Third Chal-
lenge
Ted Muck
Final Edition
Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas

WEDNESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Shari Lewis Show
Science in Action
4 Star Edition
Report
Around and About
Newsreel
Death Valley Days
Perry Como Show
CFN News
Tonight
Fight of the Week
Final Edition
Enc: Garry Moore

THURSDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
This is Hawaii
4 Star Edition
Report
College Bowl
Joey Bishop Show
Judy Garland Show
CFN News
Sing Along with
Mitch
Password
Overseas Adventure
Final Edition
Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Magic Midway
Harvest
4 Star Edition
Report
Steve Canyon
Real McCoys
Bell Telephone Hour
CFN News
Candid Camera
I've Got A Secret
Big Story
Stump The Stars
Final Edition
Friday Night Thea.
ter "Spaceways"

SATURDAY
Cartoon Carnival
Capt. Kangaroo
Saturday Matinee -
"Race For Life"
Exploring
School Story
Sports Time
CFN News
Billboard
Big Picture
Gale Storm Show
To Tell The Truth
Lawrence Welk
CFN News
Circle Theater
Wrestling
What's My Line
Final Edition
Saturday Night
Thecrter.'"ales of
Robin Hood"


Page Four


March 9, 19 A








VACUNA ORAL


En Gamboa se iniciara la


campana contra el Polio


Los residents de Gamboa serin los primeros em-
pleados del Canal de Panama que recibiran vacunas
orales contra la poliomielitis cuando se inicie, en la
Zona del Canal, manana sabado la campaia encami-
nada a erradicar el polio.
Las clinics empezarAn a funcionar desde las 9
de la mafiana, permaneciendo abiertas hasta las 5 de
la tarde. Las clinics en las cuales se suminstrara la
vacuna oral anti-polio son el dispensario de Gamboa
y la establecida en la Escuela de Santa Cruz.
Se urge a todos los residents a Ilenar los for-
mularios recibidos esta semana, en una edici6n espe-
cial del "SPILLWAY", con anterioridad a presentar-
se a las clinics en solicitud de la vacuna. Esto pro-
penderA a ahorrar tiempo y a que no se produzcan
ni demoras ni confusiones.


Se ruega a los miembros de
una misma familiar presentarse
a las clmnlcas conjuntamente a


IEI Cern.I i JePftndm Am


PILL


AY


VIERNES 29 DE MARZO DE 1963 Vol. 1 No. 41


tomar sus vacunas orales. Re-
cuerdese que es precise que
todos tomen vacuna oral, afin
cuando ya hubiesen tornado an-
ieriormente la vacuna Salk.
La vacuna oral no present
ninguna molestia ya que cuanto
bay que hacer es ingerir un te-
rroncito de azuicar impregnado
con una dosis de la vacuna.
Nada puede resultar mAs facil,
cemodo, ni rapido. Ni mAs efec-
tivoe para la salud.
La campafia para erradicar
la poliomielitis se mudard al
litoral Pacifico el fin de se-
mana del 5 al 6 de abril, vol-
viendo al AtlAntico el fin de
semana del 19 al 20 de abril.
La edici6n especial del 1
SPILLWAY con los formularios
e informaci6n sobre la vacuna
oral serA distribuida en el sec-
por Pacifico a inicios de la se-
mana entrante y en la costa
AtlAntica como el 16 de abril.
Asegfirese de su ejemplar para
que pueda llenar los formula-
rjos a tiempo.


Botes a $ 21y

bicicletas $ 3
El tesoro de joyas do oro,
botes, bicicletas y muchos otros
articulos puestos a la venta
recientemente por los almace-
nes de dep6sito del Canal de
Panama, result ser un bara-
tillo donde abundaron las ver-
daderas gangas: brazaletes de
oro cotizados en unos B.26 y
botes vendidos por s61lo B.2i.
La Secci6n de Almacenaje
iecibi6 y abri6 63 propuestas
sobre los 34 articulos incluidos
en la lista de merc-aderia per-
uida, o no reclamada, que ha-
bia permanecido en posesi6n
de la Policia de la Zona del
Canal durante 6 meses. antes
de ser enviada a la Secci6n de
Almacenaje para disponer de
ella.
Los 10 brazaletes de oro, cuyo
peso fluctuaba entire 10.10 gra-
mos y 60.5 gramos. merecieron
la mayor demand popular.
Las ofertas fueron de B.26.02
para los mAs livianos v hasta
de B.96 para los mAs pesados.
Lotes de 400 bandas rellenas
de oro para relojes de hombres
se cotizaron en 59 centavos ca-
da una. Un reloj pulsera se
vendi6 por s6lo B.1.30, un para-
guas por 20 centavos, una bici-
cleta se fue por B.3.80 y un
scooter de juguete por s6lo 20
centavos.
Un afortunado zeneita adqui-
ri6 un bote a remo de 12 pies
ne largo por s6lo B.21.25 y otro
obtuvo un bote salvavidas por
B.6.30.


Exitosa Pieza en el
Pequenio Teatro Hoy
El pequefio Teatro de Cris-
t6bal vendra al sector Paci-
fico del Istmo con todos sus
artists y per-'onal para ha-
cer presentaciones de dos
fines de semana de "Come
Blow Your Horn"', la gracio-
sa comedia que reciente-
vente se present con 6xito
n Crist6bal.
Las presentaciones en el
edificio del Theatre Guild en
Anc6n erin a las 8 p.m., el
viernes, sabado v domingo,
del 29 al 31 de marzo, y se
repetiran el sigusente fin de
semana, del 5 al 7 de abril.
La obra, escrita por Neil Si.
mons, es dirigida por Surse
Pierpoint.
Las reservaciones se pue-
den hacer en el Teatro en
Anc6n, o por iel6fono en
Balboa 3786, de 7 a 10 p.m.,
cualquier noche hasta el 6
de abril.




El Gobernador iri al
Concejo Civico el dia
Lunes 15 de Abril
El lunes 15 de abril se
celebrara en Rainbow City
la primera de tres sesiones
abiertas eitre Concejos Ci.
vicos de Comunidades La-
tino-americanas de la Zona
del Canal y el Gobernador.
Obedecen estas reuniones
a un acuerdo al que se
Ileg6 durante el Congreso.
de Presidentes de Comuni-
dades Latino-americanas en
el cual se sefialaron los
meses de abril, agosto y
noviembre para tales reu-
niones, sujeto a la aproba-
ci6n del sefor Gobernador.
Todavia no se ha acor-
dado Ia fecha exacta para
las reuniones del Gober-
nador con los Concejos Cl-
vicos de Santa Cruz,, en
agosto y Paralso, en no-
viembre de 1963.


Hay que echar un pie para



hacer atracar al "France"


Se necesita mAs que un trio
de remoicadores y uno o dos
fracticos experimentados para
tlevar al muelle a un barco del
tamafio del gigantesco transa-
tjAntico "France".
Paro los miles de residents
del Istmo que vieron el lunes
la Ilegada y la partida del enor-
me barco en Cristobal, la ope-
raci6n fue facil y sin esfuerzo.
Pero para ios hombres en la
Division ae Navegaci6n ael Ca-
nal de PanamA, el exito de la
maniobra fue resuitado director
de la estrecha coordmaci6n de
veintenas de empleados y fun-
clonarios del Canal y los miem-
bros de ;a tribulacibn del navio.
Para el CapitAn Roy L.
Fearn, de Cristobal. quien tuvo
a su cargo el guiar el navio a
su muelle desae un punto a cua-
tio millas fuera del rompeolas
de Cristobal, el France era un
precioso y modern( navio equi-
pado con todas las sefiales co-
nocidas para la navegacion ma-
ritima.
Pero pronto descubri6 que el
elegant barco de 67,000 tonela-
das brutas con su elevada su-
perestruLtura y puente situa-
dos a 80 pies sobre el agua,
oscilaba un poco con el fuerte
viento veranmego a traves de la
Bahia de Lim6n. El prolongado
f rance, cuando se movia a ve-
locidad reducida, requiri6 ma-
no firme en sus mandos.
Para llevar sin peligro al na-
vio al muelle, el CapitAn Hearn
y sus dos prActicos ayudantes
dependieron en la ayuda y ha-
bilidad de los capitanes de tres
remolcadores de Crist6bal que
se presentaron a servicio al
norte dei muelle de Crist6bal.
TambiAn estaban alli los em-
pleados del muelle cuya obliga-
ci6n era de afianzar los cabos
en el moment precise y asegu-
rarse que las medidas de segu-
ridad fueron tomadas para pro-
tecci6n de pasajeros, emplea-
dos del muelle y visitantes.
Fue un trabajo delicado que


tuvo que repetirse a la inversa
12 horas mAs tarde, cuando el
France fue separado del mue-
Ile, se dirigi6 lentamente ha-
cia el canal y parti6, con todas
sus luces encendidas, rumbo a
la entrada del rompeolas.
Tambi6n fue un buen espec-
ticulo para los espectadores
que se alinearon para ver par-
tir al France hacia Nueva York.
Algunos veterans dijeron que
nunca habian visto tanto interns
en un barco, aunque Crist6bal
ha sido una escala de muchos
de los mAs grandes y mas fa-


mosos barcos del mundo.
El CapitAn Hearn es un vete-
rano con 30 afios de experien-
cia como prActico del Canal. El
fue el practice a cargo de lie-
var al muelle al gran transa-
tlintico United States cuando
hizo su segunda visit a Cris-
t6bal en febrero. Tambi6n se
ha hecho cargo de barcos de
turismo como el "Mauretania"
y el "Rotterdam" y fue un prAc-
tico en el portaaviones "Valley
Forge" cuando pas6 por el Ca-
nal en 1953.
El Capitin Hearn, junto con


el CapitAn Frank Russell fueron
los prActicos de control en el
"Sinclair Petrolore", en 3959,
que con una anchura de 106.4
pies, ha sido el barco mAs an-
cho que jams haya transitado
por el Canal.
El France tiene un desplaza-
miento de s6lo 34 pies, pero
sera muy profundo y muy lar-
go para el muelle en Puerto
Principe, Haiti, su pr6xima es.
cala. Alli anclarf en la bahia
y los pasajeros desembarcarAn
en pequefios botes para ir a
tierra.


Si


'I-


JUGADORES DE POLO? No exactamente. Se trata del nuevo chambergo olastico que
reemplazarh a las gorras de lugadores de pelo'a que usaban anteriormente los estibadores.
Bernal Wilson centreo de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n de la Costa Atlintica, luce el nuevo
sombrero mientras que los estibadores Winston Layne y Dennis Whitaker comentan sobre c6ma
le viene.
El nuevo casco es liviano, con un oequefic visor al frente y con tira que se suieta bajo la
mandibula; no ofrece sino muy pequefia protect :i6n contra golpes ligeros que se d6 quien I* usa.
El casco ha side autorizado pare los pasa-lineas de la Direcci6n de Marina pero no asf para etre
personal, pare el cual no,ofreceria sa protecci6n necesaria exigida par el Jefe do la Oficina de
Seguridad.


Esta


Rica!












U. de la Zona Dobla matricula


complete y, de media tiempo,
empleados este afio, sobrepas&
los 46 empleados en 1943..
Las matricula% ajimentaron~
despuis de la II Guerra Mun-
dial a casi 200, con estudiantes
auspiciados per el programs
de estudioa para vetesanos. de
guerra,. peror baj6 a 88 em 1952.
Despu6s de eso comenz6 a am-
inentar nuevamente, llegando,
a 150 en 1953 y estuvo alrede-
dor de. esa cifra hasta 1955-56
cuando la cifra mis alta fue. de-


192. Desde entonces, las ma-
triculas han side: 1986 en, 1956-
ST; 169* en 1957-58; 176 en 1958-


59; 174 en 19560: 227 en 1960-
61 y 34N. en, 6t-62.
La U.imersidiad comenz6 con


La matrieula en la Universi-
dad de la Zona del Canal para
el segundo semestre ha- liegado
a la cifra mas alta de todos los
tempos. 784 estudiantes, mis
del dobie de la mayor matricu-
la de 340 en 1961-62.
Los archiuos de matriculas
estin, dispnibles en la ofeiina
de' la Universidadi desde 1940.
La matricula mis baija dueante
las tes ititmas dieadas fue
aduabe. Ia II Guerra M ndial.
.Log 48 inmstructnes de' tempo


35 voluntarios recibiran


embemas de la Cruz Roja
Treinta y cinco i6venes de ambos sexos, estudiantes de Ia
Escuelh Superiaor de Paraiso, recibiran el nartes venidero sus
gorritas de Ia Cruz RaJi, sus. distintos y certificados de haber con-
cluide exitosamente el curso de adiestramiente de VolWntaries.
ofrecidb, durante las vacaciones escolares, per el Capitul, die lI
Zone del- Cawel de I Crum Roja Americana en el. Hospital Gorgas.
Slmudtineamnente 14 Dm&as Grises y dos Caballeros Grises reci-
biran Ceficadas o"mo* miembros id6neos de la organizaci6n.
La ceremonia se celebrara a las 10 de la mafiana en el Gint-
nasie de Ia Escuela de Paraiso en presencia de funcionartis de
I&a. Crum. RIa,, reprosentantes. de la Direcci6n de Salubridad y de
las Escuelas. Las uhaas mucachas recibiran cofias y los i6venes
botbnes.
E Jue r Charloe Grci-t, president. del: Capwl.. CFU. Rojl
de la Zone del Canal, dare la bienvenidaa alos nuevos Volunta-
rios, Damas y Caballeros Grises y hera presentaci6n de los Cer-
tificados correspondientes. La senorita Beatrice Simonis, Direc-
lore del Servicio de Enfermeras del Hospital Gorgas, colocava
1ls cofias a. las VWuntaerias y Dames Grises. La smeaora Daniel
J. Paolucci, Presidente del Servicio de Voluntarios, hara entrega
de los bt sy presenter a los nuevs miembros al Coronel Ed-
ward Sigerfoos, Director del Hospital Gorgeas.
Este es el segundo grupo de j6venes que han recibido instruc.
ci6n com,. asistentes en er l primaame de las Damasc Grises- del
Hospital Gegas. DO los 335 vlnntaries, 11 soa varones yr 24 diemi-
tas .
Cifindose a ui- curso de, adiestdamiento y studio. similar al
del primer grupo, los. Voluntaries cxampletaron. un minnoa de 12
horas do conferences. y 10 boras d- adiestramientio practice, an-
es de aoeter bs meter yboresepermanenles. El: adiestramiento prActi-
co se efectua bajo la direcci6n de la senorita Vera Mobley, Direc-
tora de Hospital de Campo de la Cruz Roja Americana.

I S O = s g ru p o d e i Hv n s u a n r cb d i r
ci^ cae^ sisents e el pro^^~BBiIgiamedelasB DBO~namalB s Grises del n~m


Y AQUI MAY TRES OSOS, dice la Voluntaria Norma Bedow al
nino Clyde Gibbs, de cinco anios de, edad, que as uno de l-sI pa-
cientes. en la sale de nifios del Hospital Gorgas, pero, que esti lo
suficientemente hien para apreciar las atracciones ofrecidas en
el sal6n de juegos. Al fondo estin el nifio Louis Campbell, de, 10
anios de edad, y la Sra. Hazeldawn Allen, una Dama Gris volun-
taria.


368 estudiantes en septiembre
iltimo, y atemet4 a 383 en
noviembre. Para fifes de ene-
re e iniciindose el segwund se-
mestre, habia aumentado a 659,
miatriculindose 0l mis duran-
te febrerw, mientras que 19
salieron per caacelaci6a de
curso.
En la actualidad 310 estudian-
tes son de tiempo complete,
mientras que 438 soe de medio
tiempo. Los estudiantes de me-
dio- tiempo estin matriculados
para 1570 cr6ditos. semestrales.
Eatre los estudiantes de tiem-
pe complete, 226 son de primer
afio y- 84 de segundw aio, mien-
trais que 190 son hombres y 120
mvjeres.
Para acomodar a los estu-
diantes de medio tiempo y pro-
porcionar a los estudiantes de
Miemper complete maywe opertu-
nidad, de seleccionar materials,
48 classes se celebran despuas
de las 4:30 p.m. Estas classes in-
cluyen instrucci6n en mecano-
grafia, taquigrafia,' contabifi-
dad, auditoria, ley cemerciat,
y organizaci6n y direcci6n co-
mercial; InJgis, Ingenieria me-
cinica y dibujo arquitect6nico;
canto, pintura (acuarelas), pin-
tura al 6leo, apreeiaci6n del ar-
te;. disefio, bosquiejo y artes
aplicadas; Espafibi, Frances,
Alemin y Ruso; matemiticaa
en diversos: niveles;., bibhoteco-
mania; disefio y confecei6n de
ropa,; biologia tropical; oceanor
grafia, astronomia; y varies
cursos en historic y otras cien-
cias sociales.


AJUSTAR LAS PLACAS de Rayos X es una de las labors reali-
zadas por Norma Rafael, una Voluntaria que pasa varies horas
cada semana en la Clinica de Rayos. X del Hospital Gorgas ayu-
dando a la Ticnica de Rayos X, Betty Barker.


Un Voluntario y dos Hombres Grises asisten en el recibo de un paciente en el. Hospital Gorgas. De
izquierda a. derecha: Carl Sainten, un voluntario y Arndel Blenman y Guillermo Dixon Jr., dos
Hombres Grises, todos estudiantes de la Escuela Superior de Paraiso.


JOEY GRYMALA, hiip del Sr. y la Sra. Wetter Grymale de Gam.
boa, opera el tocadiscos del saln de jueges del Hospital Gorges,
cam bl ayuda de Eleanor Millett, una Voluntaria de Gamboa qua
asiste a la escuela secundaria de Paraiso.


Este grupo de estudiantes de la Escuela Secunda-lia de Rainbow City toma part en el Programa de
Recreaci6n de Verano, en los bailes y canciones tpicas panaeenias. Luciendo ellis la camisilta pa-
namefia y eatas el traje de montuna, aparecen do izquierda a derecha: Francisco Troya, Fania An-
dri6n, Ver6nica Schouwv, Manuela Rankin, Judith Andri6n y Denis Joseph. Etfos se presentan, en
uni6n de otros estudientes, en distintos acts en at Gimnesio de Rainbow City,, Paraiso,, Gamhoa,. San-
ta Cruz y en el Colegio Guardia Vega de Col6n. El grupo es dirigido por el professor Alberto Abrego.


SP I L L W'A-Y.,
I


Marzo 29 do 1963 ,


PdiginaDow








Marzo 29 'do 1963 LPILLWAY


Mafiana




Anual d


se celebra


e Softball


El equipo de pista y campo de Rainbow City est* .listo para
Ilas competencias de atletismo que se celebraran mafiana desde
has 630 p.m. en el Estadio Olimpico de Panama. .En la, primera
IFila 'estan, de izquierda a derecha: ;Ricardo Lessey, Reinaldo
'Smifh, Teresa Greaves, Edith Tucker, Josefina Sobers, Leticia
Cox, Gloria W*all, Gilberto Ansel y el profesor Alberto Abrego.
IEn 4a segunda file: Gilberto Colonette, Arnulfo Smith, Aristides
iSmalI, Mario :Brown, Claudio Baptiste, Eric Charles, Sigbert Ro-.
Iberts y Emerson Farqhuard.



16 equipos en el II


Torneo de Softball


El segundo torneo annual de
softball per invitaci6n, auspi-
ciado conjuntamente por la Li-
ga dIe Seftba'f del Pacifico y
Abernathy, 'S.A., -se e'lebrara
en Balboa los -dias 6 y 7 de
Abril.
En -este -torneo participarin
los 116 mejores 'eqdipos de Pa-
nami y 'la Zona del Canal y
los partidos :se llevarin a ca-
bo en el Parque de la Liga de
Softball del Pacifico el sibado
6 y'-el-,domiago 7 de -Abril, con
seis "ipartidos :auxiliares- que se-
rin jugados en el Parque de
la Liga Fastlich -el -sAbado 6 de
Abril.
Abernathly, S.A.. de la Rept-
blia 'de P anaimi donari las
bolas -ofioiales Rawlings. los
trofeeos y cer~tificados especia-
les de regalos que seran dona-
dos -a cuatro qanbticos en cada
gra-deria ,i sfibado y -en una
graderia e rdlomingo. ,Ls cer-
tificados tde regalos serin da-
dos cada -ia a los -fanitieos
sentados en determinados pues-
tos.
La entra'da al torneo sern
gratuita y ha'bri refrescos en
el ipasque.
El juego final de campeona-
to serai piecedido por un par-
tido -de -eshi'bioi6n de dos o tres
episodios entre dignatarios de
la Zona ,del Canal y de la Re-
piublica de Panama.
Les equipos que participant
-en el torneo son: Abernathy,


Fuerte Clayton, U.S. Navy, Pan
Liquido, ,Radio Philips y White
Horse, de la Liga de Softball
del Facffico; Republicano, To-
io Gord6n :y Maurieio, de 'la
Liga Mayor -de Sofball de Pa-
nami; 'Goodyear-Tasco. Elga,
S.A., e l"ternaeional de Ven-
tas, tie la Liga Gomercial -de
Panamam; Guardia Nacional, 'de
] a Lga tea 4te la Guardia
Nacional-; la's Estrellas de Chi-
tri de -la 'ciudad 'de -Chitr6; 'el
Albrook Air -Force Base Jets y
el Fort Kobbe Regulars.


m moI4O


-Mucba .aotividaad se nota en
ia Piscina, -Gimnasio y Estadio
de Rainbow City con motive
del Programa d4e Recreaci6n Verano, 'ue dirige el Profesor
Alberto -Abrego. Escolares y
post-escolares participan en es-
te pogr.ama.
Unas IS0 muehaehas de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa,
de la Universidad de la Zona


'del Canal y de la Escuela Se-
cundaria 'de ,Crist6bal, partici-
,par-.n ,en el Segundo Dia De-
portivo Anual en la Escuela
Secundaria .de .Cr.istobal en Co-
c -Solo -el 30 -de Marzo de "9:30
a.m. a 4:30 p.m.

El primer Dia Deportivo se
celebr6 en la Escuela Secunda-
ria *de Balboa en Mayo 'del afo
pasado. Este afio se celebra-
rAn events de -basketball. vo-
libol. ballesteria. tenis *de me-
sa. tenis, nataci6n y atletismo.


el


Torneo


en Gamboa


terminar el tercer lugar.
- Campo No. 1- Ga-
nador del juego del medio-
dia vs Ganador del juego


de la 1:30 p.m.
- Campo No. I es el cuadro
principal con 'graderies
cubiertas.


I -. S.
C 4 ?.
- 4. .4


El D6cimotercer Torneo
Anual por Invitaci6n de Gam-.
boa se celebrari mafiana
desde las 8 a.m. hasta las
6:30 p.m.
Los equipos invitados in-
cluyen al Abernathy-Unisport,
ganador del alo pasado y cam-
pe6n de la primer mitad de
la primera mitad de la Liga
de Softball del Pacifico en
1963, dirigido ,por Bill De La
Mater; -Fuerte Clayton, cam-
pe6n de la Liga de Softball
del Pacifico 'en 1962, dirigido
por Jess Burdick; Navy Co-.
metas, dirigido por Bill Smith;
Pan Liquido, dirigido por Sam
Catlet; Garage Powell, diri-
gido por Lou Hooper; Radio
Philips, actual lider en la
segunda mitad de la Liga de
Softball del Pacifico, dirigido
por 'Bill Nickisher; Fuerte
Sherman, dirigido por el Sar-
gento Genova, y White Horse,
dirigido por George McArthur.
Comidas y bebidas estarini
disponibles en 6i parque, .y
serin vendidas por el Concejo
Civico de Gamboa. Las facili-
dades de la Piscina estaran
disponibles al lado del parque.
.La Asociaci6n de Arbitros
de la Zona del Canal tendri
a su cargo el arbitraje del
torneo.
Los partidos son 'los siguien-
tes:
+ Campo #4o. 1-" 4Am. Pt.
Clayitn vs White Horse.
Campo No. .2- ajim. Ft.
Sherman vs R ado Philips.
+ Campo $No. 1- 0 a.mn.
Garage 'Powell vs *rvy
Cemetas.
Campo Wo. 2-40 ae.m.
abemaahy-Unisport v- Pan
Liquid.
-- Campo No. 1-1- m. n. a-
dosde es d es juegos 4de tes
e *zm.
+ Campo No. 1--1:-90 im.
Gansdores Ade los egos
de fas TO a;m.
S*Campo .No. 1---4~0 p.m.
Perdedores -de los des
iuagesos anterieves pwer de-


La Liga Infantil Istmeifa fi-
nalizarA el lunes otra exi'tosa
4temporada, e inmediatam.ente
,e Ihar la selection de iugado-
>res ,aTa el equipo de estrellas
-qWe aeprlesentari a la liga en
.i-, orneo de beisbol '"Cross-
read Boys", que comenzarAi el
winaeroes 17 de abril en -el
Patque .de Beisbol de Ia L'.ga





del PACIFW
Estkido de los Equipos
G. 'P. Pfte.
Radio Philips 4- 1 857
A'berzathy-U. <6 3 3 A67
Pan Liquido 4 3 571
Ft. Clayton 3 !5 .371
White Horse 3 :5 .575
Navy 1 4 .143
Juegos de 'a Sewana
Lanes, lo. de abril: 'F.erte
Clayten Vs. White Horse, mar-
-tes :2 de abril: Aoernathy Vs.
Radio P ilips; rm6ircoles 3 de
abril: White Horse Vs. 'Pan Li-
g-uido; Navy Vs. Abernathy;
-ueves 4 :oe abril: Radio 'Philips
Vs. Fuerte Clayton, White H or-
re Vs. Navy; sAbado 6 de abril
y domingo 7 de abril: Torneo
internacional de Softball por
Invitaci6n.


Infantil en Pedro Miguel.
Los partiess celebrados hba
sido may interesantes y los
fanAticos han visto muy buenam
3ugadas entire los chiquillos.
Los equipos mrarchaban asl,
hasta el martes 26 de marzo:
'. P. Ipts.
gMltual -of Omahba 7 2 .774
Canal Bus Service 5 3 .621
_Nest6-Maggi 4 -4 .500
Spur 'Cola 1 8 .111
May an juego emnpatade en-
tre Canal Zone Bus Serviee y
Nestle6Maggi que se eeteb~rar
el Imnes I. de abrl a Uas 3:30



l Domingo imae el


En -el Estadio 'de Ool6n se
mticiarx -el- dominrgo 31 de :mar-
2o a tas 9:00 a.m. I1 XX Camn-
peenato Nacional de Beisbol
Aficionado con el partide que
sostendrin las nevenas -de Co-
m6n y Veraguas.
En este torneo aacional de la
pelota .afieionada' participarin
las seleceeaoes tde todas las
provincias del pais.
A partir del iunes lo. de
abril se celebrarin tres parti-
y dos por la tarde. El torneo
finalizar. el sibado 13 de abril.


Bajo ladirecci6n del professor Albento nArgo, de la Escueia
Secundaria de Rainbow City, estos nifios principiantes hacen ejer-
cicios al iniciar sos adoses doe itatci6n n e f 'Pisca de Raeilow
"*y -en -otra de -las feso.-del Psogrea -de ceae1i6.-e Vera
'dle v'sa aomumidad Latinoamericana de la Zona del Canal.


Bruce Perry campe6n de Judo;


vence a ocho contrincantes
Casi 400 personas que se reunier-on -el doiningo en el Y.M.C.A. de las Fuerzas Armadas
an Balboa para presenciar 'el torneo de judo entre el Club de Judo de la Zona del Canaj y el
Club de Judo de Col6n, vieron -como 'Bruce G. Perry, representando al Cl;hb de Judo de la Zo-
ma del Canal, gan6 el campeonato general de judo para todas las divisiones.
Perry recibi6 una gran ovaci6n al lograr su primer triunfo, que fue spectacular, y luege
le gan6 a otros ocho fuertes oponentes para completar su victoria. Pesando 165 libras, Perry twi
vo que enfrentarse a una seriese de .adversarios uno .de elles pesando 200 libras.
Otros que se destacaxon fueron David Ossie. del Ejercito de los Estados Unidos, y Robert
U. Schultz, este dltimo que estuvo a un paso de conquistar el campeonato. Los ascensos en cin-
turones para estos contendientes fueron bien merecidos, como en el caso del joven Bob Marden,
-del Ejercito de Estades Unides el miks ijven y con mnenos experience entiree los participates.
Los encuentros fueron arbitrados *por el Sargento Robert A. Eagelke. t olicia de la Zoea del
Canal, el Mayor Robert A. Ryan, adel Ej6rcito, y el Samgento William Ka n. tanrbitn del Ejrecito
-de Estados Unidos.
El torneo fue possible por la cooperaci6n del Y.M.C.A. de las Fuerzas Armadas en Balboa,
on e]l -entusiasmo de Robert Wick, de la oficina de programs especiales y miembro del cuerpo
del Y.M.C.A.


-t
Grupo de atletas de Rainbow City se preparan para lsa
competencias que se Ilevaran a cabo ,el dia 30 de marzo en el
E-stadio 'Oimpico de Panamia. En este prupo encontramos al
formridble corredor Mario Brown, ta "Bata Humana" y s
Emerson 'Farqhuar, el "Gato Veloz", quienes Ilenos de opti-
mismo demostrarin sus magnificas condiciones el dia del cer.
tainen. 25 atletas estin a cargo del professor Alberto Abrege
y se encuentran pratfioando en Iel Estadio de Mount- Hope
'(Rainbow 'City).



Cierra el Liines Liga


Infantil de Baseball


'N.jP I L I W A Y


Marzo 29 de 1963


IAIo(D,9QQQ








Pdaina Cuatro


SPILL WAY


Marzo 29 *4 1963


I U


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
12:00 Dibujos Animado"
12:45 alentos. S. A.
2:00 releteatro
4:00 Los -Paracaidistas
4:30 Wells Fargo
5:00 Supercar
5:30 Maverick
6:30 Jitazo Royal
7:00 Este es McGraw
7:30 Documental
8:00 Ajedres -Fatal
9:00 Un Paso al M6s A1li
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00 Dick Tracy
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Toleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportaje Mundial
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellilas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Vikingos
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Lawman
7:30 Estrellas de Holly-
wood
8:00 77 Sunset Strip
9:00 Foro de Opini6n
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:15 Los Acuonautax
4:15 Beportaje Mundial
4:45 Mundo de la Muier
5:30 Fiesta de Estrelli.
tas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Enredos do Pablito
6:45 Noticias
7:00 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 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportaje Mundial
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrelitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Ramar de la Selva
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Hey de Diamantes
8:00 Surf 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 Serle Semanal
1:30 F.ro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportaje Mundial
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de EstreUitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Panamefio Paname-
no.
6:45 Notlcias
7:00 Sala de Proyecci6n
7:30 Mls Tres Hitos
8:00 Nueva Generaci6n
9:00 Ballinger de Chica-
go
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
VIERNES


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:00
1:30
2:00
3:30
4:00
4:30
4:45
5:30
6:10
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:30
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:15


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:00
1:30
2:00
3:45
4:45
5:30
6:10
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:30
9:00
9:00
10:00
16:15


El Cegato Magoo
Noticias
Pension Leocadia
Cine Serie Semanal
Farot 7
Teleteatro
Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
Roportaje Mundial
Avances
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Flecha Rota
Noticias
Los Picapledra
Alfred Hitchcock
Boris Karloff
Markham
Papa Soltero
Noticias
Teleteatro
SABADO
Dibulos Animados
Noticias
Cine Aqui y Ali
Cine Serie Semanal
Reportaje Mundial
Teleteatro
Sarao de Tevedos
El Mundo de la Mu-
leot
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Sr. Fiscal
Noticias
Steve Canyon
Robin
Ben Casey
Aventureros de 1
Mississippi
Noticlas
Te4atrlm


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo por la Patria
10:30 Haarinas Espacial
11:00 S&lvase Quien
Pueda
11:30 Inspector Leclerc
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias lnfantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Patrulla de Caminos
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Poelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Pa)aros do Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico.
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 DocumentqI
4:30 La Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Conde de Monte.
Cristo.
6:30 Ley del Rev6lver.
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
8:00 Legi6n Extronjera
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Ruts 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Ras-
ire
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 CTrrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenos Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Conde de Monte.
cristo.
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudlo Pepsi
8:00 El Mattes a )as 8
(vivoa, musical)
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 El Tercer Hombre
10:00 La Cuerda Flsia
10:30 Noticias
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diario de a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal-
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana.
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00 Conde de Monte.
cristo.
6:30 Lanceras de Benga-
Ia
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Fim de la Selva
8:00 C6micos y Cancio-
nes
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantles
12:15 Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Tileres y C6micas
6:00 Conde de Monte.
cristo.
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Loretta Young
8:00 La H o r a Orange
Crush
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dimensl6n Descono-
cida
10:00 Mr. Lucky
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrlas Infantiles
12:15 Jet ackson
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:,10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana.
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
8:00 Conde de Montecristo
6:30 Rev6lver a la Or-
don
7:00 Noticia.
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 Infantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Ye
1:30 Para la Familia
2:00 Momia de Guana.
juato.
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Conde de Monte-
cristo.
6:30 Investigador .Sub.
marine
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspense
10:00 Nfonfcla
10:15 Pelicula


El Corl. D. S. Parker se




posesiona el 8 de Abril

Despu6e de haber estado au- a encargarse de sus nuevas Distritorial de Portland, Ore-
sente del Istmo por nueve anos, obligaciones comi Ingeniero gon, con el Primer Cuerpo del
ei Coronel David S. Parker em- Divisional del Rio Ohio. Ej6rcito en Corea y en
j.ez6 esta semana de nuevo a El Vice-Gobernador entrante Washington, D. C.
+empaparse de sus actividades no es un recien venido al Ist- El Coronel Leber, quien re-
ad uales, sus planes, progra- mo, habiendo servido de Ayu- cientemente fue designado por
mas y asuntos similares. diante Militar al Gobernador de ei Presidente Kennedy para un
El Coronel Parker asumira xa Zona del Canal de 1952 a ascenso a Brigadier General,
sus funciones de Vice-Goberna- 3954. ha servido como Vice-Goberna-
dor de ia Zona del Canal el Egresado en 1940 de la Aca- oor desde el 26 de junio de
iunes 8 de aoril, cuando part demia Militar de West Point, 1961, y asumiri sus nuevas
el Vice-Gobernador Walter P. ej Coronel Parker ha servido ,unciones en Cincinnati inme-
Leber hacia Cincinnatti, Ohio, con el despacho del Ingeniero diatamente.



GENt'E EN LA NOTICIA -

MARCELA C. DE GUERRA, Oficinista, asun-
tos de personal, (clasificaci6n de empleos -
mecan6grafa), de la Direcci6n de Personal
en Ancon, tienq 31/2 anos de estar rrabajan.
do con el Canal de Panama, en los cuales ha
sido encargada de traslados, recepcionista y
operadora de maquinas IBM. Anteriormente
estuvo trabajando con la Armada, en Rod-
man; con la Divisi6n de Transporte del Ejer-
cito en Fuerte Clayton; con el Contralor en
Fuerte Amador y con el Departamento de
Sugestiones del Canal de Panama. Se gra-
du6 en la Escuela Secundaria de Baiboa en
1956 y no hace un ano que contrajo matrimo-
nio. Reside en San Frannisco de la Caleta
en Ia ciudad de Panama.


n'~


ys.s ..... m .-> .H ^
RAYMOND ABBOTT es una persona bien co-
nocida de aquellos que viajan a menudo en el
Ferrocarril de Panama, pues es quien vende
caf6, roscas, empanadas y Coca Cola a los
que viajan del Pacifico al AtlAntico y vice-
versa. Este muchacho de 18 arios de edad
tiene 4 alios de estar en este negocio, hacien-
do a veces tres viajes diaries en el tren. To-
ma siempre el primero que sale a las 5 a.m.
de Col6n, pues Raymond reside en Calle 12
y Avenida Federico Bovd en la ciudad de Co-
16n. Estuvo estudiando contabilidad en la
Escuela Costa de Oro en Col6n durante un
afio. Su padre, Samuel Abbott es carpintero
y trabaja con el Ej6rcito en Fuerte Gulick.


CALENIDABID LE EVENTS
MARZO

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.
31 al 13 de abril-Campeonato Nacional de Beisbol Aficionado en
el Estadio de Col6n.
ABRIL
2-San Francisco Paul, Fiesta Patronal en La Chorrera y en Rio
de Jesis, Veraguas.
2-6-Fiesta Patronal de Santo Toribio en Nombre de Dios.
4-11-Estado de los Exploradores de la Zona del Canal con parti-
cipaci6n de 50 boy-scouts de Balboa y Crist6bal en Fuerte
Kobbe.
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 nicaragiiense radicado en Nueva
York. Institute Panamehio de Arte en el edificio del Ma-
gisterio Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
12-VIERNES SANTOS.
14-Domingo de Pascua.
20-Fiesta de Nuestra Seilora del Perpetuo Socorro (Ant6n).
21-27-Semana Nacional del Libro.

EN LA ASOCIACION PANAME AO-NORTEAMERICANA
MARZO
29-Pelicula de largo metraje, 8:00 p.m., Sal6n de Actos.
30-Ensayo del Grupo Coral en el Sal6n de Actos, 2:00 p.m.


ALBERTO ABREGO, Profesor de Educaci6n
Fisica en la Escuela Sacundaria de Rainbow
City, esta encargado actualmente del Progra.
ma de Recreaci6n de Verano en esa comuni-
dad Latinoamericana de la Zona del Canal.
Comenz6 a trabajar en la escuela el 8 de
mayo de 1962, despuis de haber servi.do como
Profesor de Educaci6n Fis'ica en el Primer
Ciclo de Bocas del Toro, el Instituto Justo
Arosemena en Panama y en el Colegso F6lix
Olivares de David. Naci6 en Sona, Provincia
de Veraguas y se gradu6 en la Escuela Nor.
mal "Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena" de San-
tiago, Veraguas, en 1950, sdquirtendo su ti-
tulo de Profesor en Educaci6n Fisica en la
Universidad de Panama en 1960.


GENEVA H. COLBURN, ge.
rente del Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Crist6bai. adn
recuerda los dias en que se
empleaban cupones en los co-
inisariatos, ya que su primer
empleo consisti6 en revisar los
libros de eupones en la impren-
ta de Mount Hope De la im-
pienta la sefiora Colburn pas6
al Centre de Servicios Comu-
nales de Margarita. donde era
superintendent. Su actual car-
go lo ocupa desde nace 4 afios.
Su esposo, Charles Colburn, es
jefe mecAnico en la Divisi6n
Industrial. Su hijo esta con el
Servicio de Seguridad de la
Fuerza Adrea en Florida y sus
dos hijas estin casadas.

ANASTACIO (T a c h o) SO-
GANDARES, Jefe Planificador
de la Direcci6n de Marina, Di-
visi6n Industrial, de Mount
Hope, ingres6 a la organiza-
ci6n del Canal de PanamA en
1926 y aun recuerda su emo-
ci6n al recibir el primer pago.
Nacido en Taboga. Tacho se
gradu6 en el Institute NacionaL
En 1927 hizo su aprendizaje
como calderero y en 1954 fue
trasladado a la secci6n de pla-
nificaci6n. Su hijo Dr. Franklin
Sogandares es Profesor en la
Unixersidad de Tulane y sou hija
Mrs. Lydia Case, graduada en
tecnica mkdica reside en Alba-
ny, Indiana. Tacho es r','mano
de las doctors Lydia y Lucila
Sogandares.


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