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: April 5, 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: VID00401
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)

Full Text


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum



Panama Decorates Col. & Mrs. Leber


SPILLWAY


VoL 1 No. 42 FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1963


DOOR PRIZES The coffee table, jewelry, hurricane lamp
and table cloth, shown here will be awarded as door prizes at
the charity dessert and card party to be held by the Panama
Canal Women's Welfare Group at the Fort Amador Officers
Open Mess at 1 p.m., April 20. The coffee table was donated
to the Women's Welfare Group by P. Jhangimal, the- hurricane
lamp by Shaw's and the jewelry by Mrs. Earl Orr of Diablo.


Fair Starts Wednesday
The Panama Canal is to parti- terest in the Canal Zone.
ipate in another' regional fair The burritos Mancha and Gato
the Republic of Panama, this will be in Los Santos to give
me the II Gran Feria de Azue- free rides to the children who
o, the Los Santos Fair to be visit the fairgrounds.


held in that town from April
10-14.
A well-situatea booth has been
acquired by the Panama Canal
where an exhibit will include
the Selectrovision, a model of
Miraflores Locks, and an ex-'
hibit of photographs of the Pan-
ama Canal\and points of in-


The Panama Canal will give
the Los Santos fair organizers
two calves to be awarded as
prizes to fair participants.
Canal Zone Governor Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., will travel to
Los 'Santos Thursday, April 11-,
to attend the fair.


One of the highest honors the
Republic of Panama can confer,
the Vasco Nunez de Balboa
decoration, was presented to
Canal Zone Lt. Gov. W. P.
Leber and to Mrs. Leber in a
stately ceremony in the Pres-
idential Palace, Panama City,
Wednesday morning. This is
believed to be the first time
in the history of the Panama
Canal that a Canal Zone Lieu-
tenant Governor and his wife
.both have been so honored.
3 The citation that accompanied
the Vasco Nunez de Balboa de-
coration presented to Lt. Gov.
Leber stated that during his
tour of duty in the Canal Zone
he gained the esteem and the
hearts of Panamanians arid
carried out his duties with
justice and honesty. He shared
in. the life of Panama, in the
city and in the country, in
solemn times and in the fairs
where he represented the North,
American residents of the Canal
Zone and effectively strengthen-
ed the links of friendship and
Inter-American solidary be-
tween the Panamanians and
United States citizens.
The Vasco Nunez de Balboa
citation for Mrs. Leber stated
that from the day she arrived
on the Isthmus of Panama to
the present she denoted feli-
citous understanding between
the Zonians and the Panama-
nians in the many activities
in which she participated. "She
gave. her heart and her good-
will to the Panamanian people."
With kindness and dedication,
Mrs. Leber taught destitute wo-
men how to use sewing ma-
chines so they could help their
families and showed them that
no matter how poor a person
may be, she still is able to give
, help to another. And there is
t no count of how many times
, and how many thousands items
of clothing, school uniforms,


HIGH kONOR BESTOWED Mrs. Cecilie Chiari, wife of
Panama President Roberto F. Chiari, fastens the Vasco Nunez
de Balboa around the neck of Mrs. Walter P. Leber, wife of
Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Leber, during ceremonies in
Panama's Presidencia. The Lieutenant Governor,. who will'
leave the Isthmus Monday, also was awarded the Vasco Nunez
de Balboa by the Panama Government.,


sheets and pillowcases the poor
communities of Panama receiv-
ed through the efforts of Mrs.
Leber, the citation' stated. .


"It is the 'duty of the Gov-
ernment to publicly recognize
work such .as hers," the cita-.
tion added.


School's Out Until 15th


Easter bunnies, ,Easter egg
hunts, and Easter vacation
trips are major 'points of
conversation this week, in pre-
paration for the :Easter vacation
from school which starts when
the dismissal bell rings in Canal
Zone classrooms \this afternoon.
Approximately 9,400 Canal
Zone U. S. school children will
start' a week's vacation from
school today. Added to this
number are more than 4,000
pupils of the Canal Zone Latin
American school, whose three-
month vacation from school


will not end until May.
The sum total of more than
13,400 children in -the Canal
Zone on vacation adds up to
the requirement for extra.
alertness on the part of all
motorists.
The Canal Zone United States
students will troop back to
school on Monday, April 15,
with the major portion of the
school year behind them. For
those who are to travel with
their parents on the first school
vacation boat to the United
States, there are only 15 more


days of school. Pupils may
leave school on May 3. to travel
on the May 5 boat.
Even for those remaining in
school, there are not many
more days in the classrooms.
Another holiday comes along
on May 30 and after that the
pupils return for two more
days of school, on May 31 and
June 3, before the Idng summer
vacation.
Commencement 'exercises of
Balboa High School and Cristo-
bal High School are scheduled
for Tuesday, June 4.


Today,

Pacific-side residents of the
Canal Zone and Canal em-
ployees who live in Panama
will receive their oral polio
vaccine this afternoon and
Saturday at clinics in Ancon,
Balboa, Diablo, Paraiso, and
Pedro Mgiuel. I
The Ancon clinic, to be
operated -in the Play Shed at
the Elementary School, is locat-
ed there for the convenience of
employees who live in Panama.
The Balboa clinic will be located
in the Balboa High School
Gymnasium adjacent to the
Prado and parking lot, rather
than in the Balboa Community,
Health Center. The clinic at
the Pedro Miguel School will
be in operation on Friday only
and the-one in Paraiso only on
Saturday.
Some 2,450 persons received
oral vaccine in Gamboa and

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
March 25-31, 1963
Miraflores Locks 1716
VGatun Locks 768
Las Cruces, 7 trips 812
Reina Manuelita, 3 trips 57
Passenger Ships, 2 2407
Other tours 80
GRAND TOTAL 5B40


Saturday, Pacific side OV Days


Santa Cruz last weekend in the
first dommunity-wide use of
the vaccine in the Canal Zone.
Those receiving the vaccine in
the two communities represent
about 75 percent of the residents
there.
Registration forms for the
vaccine were distributed in
Pacific-side communities this
week, in both single copies and
in a special polio edition of the
SPILLWAY. The special edi-
tion, printed on yellow paper
and in a smaller size than the
regular publication, contains
questions and answers about
the vaccine and four registra-
tion forms.
Each of the registration forms
is composed of two sections -
one for the Health Bureau's
records and the other for the
employee to retain. Both sec-
tions should be completed for
each person to obtain1 the
vaccine, preferably before going
to the clinic.
Those who are scheduled to
visit the Balboa Community
Health Center on Friday should
do so early in the day because
normal activities will be sus-
pended during the afternoon as
a result of the polio vaccine
program.


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-WHERE-
Balboa, High Gymnasium
Ancon School Play Shed
Diablo Junior High Gym
Pedro Miguel School
Paraiso Health Center


-WHEN-
1-7 p.m., Friday
9-1 & 2-5, Saturday

1-7 p.m., Friday
9-1 & 2-5, Saturday


Weekend


Play Set


At Ancon
"Come Blow Your Horn,"
brought by the Cristobal Theat-
er Guild to the Ancon stage
of the Theater Guild, will be
presented again at the Ancon
Theater on Friday, Saturday
and Sunday nights with curtain
time set at 8 p.m. for each per-
formance.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Theater Guild in Ancon (just
behind the Andon Laundry) and
reservations may be made by
telephoning Balboa 3786, each
evening from 7 to 10.
"Come Blow Your Horn,"
which is directed by Surse Pier-
point, broke all attendance rec-
ords at the Cristobal Little
Theater. It had a Broadway
run and was a motion picture
box office hit starring Frank
Sinatra.


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*'ige Two S P IL L WAY April 5, 1963


Red Cross


Seeking


Castoffs
Spring is here well at least
the time of year is termed
Spring in the' more temperate
climates.'
Spring traditionally means new
clothes, school vacations, plans
for the summer and a dozen
other things which, remind the
-average housewife that the clo-
sets need cleaning.
The purpose of all this is to
remind Isthmian housewives
who may be on the verge of
(cleaning out closets and dispos-
ing aof worn or outgrown fam-
ily -clothing for new wardrobes,
that the Canal Zone Chapter of
the American-Red Cross cloth-
ing -chests are bare.
The .appeal made to the pub-
lic .this week stated that the
Chapter could use any size,
type, -or condition of clothing
and that there was a .desperate
need for wearing apparel .of all
sizes.
Torn clothing -which is .other-
wise -still -serviceable will be ac-
cepted by the Canal Zone Red
Cross Chapter. Torn -clothing
which is -otherwise still service-
able will -be accepted since it
will be, ended and put into
shape by .Red Cross volunteers.
Donations may be delivered
to Chapter Headquarters in
Building -0610-B -Gaillard High-
way, near the Civil Affairs
, Building. Arrangements may be
made for items -to ,be collected
by calling .Balboa -9860.




Expl-nhil imJ



C&u-W.SliippiAn

A regulation providing for
free Shipient -every four
years 'of a -canal employee's
car from the United States
-to :the Canal Zone, -will be
explained at an -open meet--
ing of -the Pacific Civkic
Council on 'Wednesday, April
"0, 9at the Balboa High
School Auditorium. Th-e
meeting will open at 7:'30
Sp.m. and the public is invit-
ed to attend
Many points :of the. regula-
tion, and its application,
.will be explained .by an
.official of the Caoal orga-
nization. The regulation is
to .;go into effect July rl.
-Reports will be given by
the hospital,., community
services, -safety, .and re-
creation committees.
Agenda will be discussed
for an open meeting tp be
'held with the Canal Zone
Governor the latter part -of
May.


FAREWELL Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ralph E. Conant received .a
fond farewell from members of the hospital staff and Health
Bureau officials last weekend as a prelude to their departure
from the tsthmus on April 18. Lt. Col. Conant came to the Isth-
mus ~on August 30, 1959, aneM has served as Superintendent -of
Coco Solo Hospital since that time. His new assignment is to
be with the Medical Section of Sixth Army-Headquarters in San
oFrancsco. The couple was given a -pair of dolls dressed in
native Isthnmian costume during the farewell tribute. They are
shown holding the dolls, with Col. Erling S. -Fugelso, :Health
Bureau Director, standing between them.


Diwcipleine Grievanoe


regulation Distributed
A '-pocket sized pamphlet to management control".
.containing the Canal organize The regulations set forth.
tion's Executive Regulation No. procedure to. be followed
5 ,concerning .discipline and the 'presentation and -appea
grievance .appeals by employees grievance .action 'initiated sin
'of 'the Canal organization under or jointly iby employees.
the U. S. Federal Service ployge-im-anagemnent cooperation established with .a view
program, has been published giving prompt ;a n d -car
-and .distributed to all employees consideration to .any probl
within -the past 'few days. or complaints that .-are advan


/ The booklet 'Is the third its type issued by .the Personnel
Bureau covering, regulations in
the -employee-managemeit -co-
operation field. The first gov--
- erns 'relations between manage-
ment officials .and employees
or 'employee ,organizations. The
second concerns adverse per-
sonnel actions and appeals. All
-re -published in both English
and Spanish. -
In setting forth the brganiza-
tion policy, .the regulations
state in part that "it is the
policy of the Canal organization'
to develop and administer the
employee-management relations
of 'each agency in such a way
as will best secure competence
and efficiency in transaction of
the public business.
"This policy requires that
supervisory employees -assume
their responsibility for maintain-
ing high employee morale
through impartial and effective
'discipline and leadership.
"It is essential that employees
be :given ample opportunity to
state, and receive consideration
-of their dissatisfaction with
matters affecting them person-
ally that are related to their
employment and are subject


in good faith.


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Military Obligation


Under Draft Law

The draft law has been extended by Congress for
another four years, until July 1, 1967, it was pointed out
today by Mr. F. G. Dunsmoor, Director of Selective Serv-
ice for the Canal Zone. This means that the young men
qf the country must continue to expect to serve in the
military forces.
Mr. Dunsmoor also announced that a series of short
articles is being released for publication in the'local
press, to try to help young men understand their basic
responsibilities and rights under the draft law. In the
following paragraphs, as the first article in the series,
he discusses the military obligation of young men in
general.
At age 17, a young man may I-A if at any time up to his 35th
choose (with his parents' con- birthday he loses the defer-
sent) among several ways to ment or exemption, ,or th.e
begin the discharge of his cur- cause of his disqualification is,
rent -active duty and reserve removed.
military obligation. He may
enlist in the regular forces for if he should be reclassified
3 to '6 years. -Ie may volunteer, into Class I-A after he would
with parental consent, for n-, normally be inducted and ibe-
duction for two years. fore :age 26, he would probably
If he decides to wait until be the oldest man available in
after he registers for :the draft, his local board and, if qualified,
which he is required to -do at would be the first to be called.
age 18, he has .ahead of 'him
at the \present time .approxi- Because of the -need for -man-
mately 5 years in which to- power in the Armed Forces,
choose -his own time and meth- about 6 out of 10 men who.ibe-
od of discharging the -military came 26 in 1962 -had previously
obligation. As he gains move entered service. voluntarily education, these opportunities *by induction. Those who had
widen to include 'various milit- not were almostt all (disqualified
ary programs leading toward men. I
a commission.
aGovernment manpower #ex-
But if he does mnot make Nhis perts estimate that well over
own -dhoice, at around ,age '23 half .of ;all men who will each
he -say expect induction if he is .age 26 through -the mext '4 years
qualified for service and ,wt will have been required Ito *en-
deferred though he -may ,not be qualified, ge. 'Disqualification and :de-
or is deferred -or exempt when
his normal .turn to serve -comes, ferment and exemption wil lac-
he may -still be 'put in -Class -count *for the -remainder.


Trip to the Presidencia

Blizabeth J. Lockhart motor and the 'next minute we eyes feasted upon *a marble
Fifth Grade, Fort Kobbe were on -our way. Most of the fountain with four he-r o.n s
There -was a bustle in ,the girls -and a few boys sang. around it. Huge pillars cover-
classroom. rISe last permission When we reached Panama ed with mother 'of..pearl held
slips were handed in. Miss City Athings began to happen! the -roof up.
elnqq ,w.a g onef -t o T 'ohi d1rio.ve Bin n( nnt nlst


Brennans cass was g g T e u r
the JPresidericia. twice h sk d


.James Hadstate proudly
went to -the front of the .room
and 'showed Miss, Brennan -a
bowl of beautiful Tiffany and
Forty-Niner roses. They were
arranged -carefully from the
bowl to the ribbon and card on
top. The card explained that
the roses were a ,gift to the
President and his wife ex-
pressing our thanks.
-We -lined -up at the door and
went down the hall. As we
passed Mrs. Nolan's room the
pupils -gave us an envying
look. Downstairs on the patio
we met Senor Barbero, our
Spanish teacher. We t hen
boarded the buses.
There wasthe rumbling of a


trians the way. we went
through many narrow, crowded
streets. -Bino then turned into
one so narrow that the -others
seemed like boulevards. It was
really an alley crowded with
cars. Tall gray buildings rose
up on either -side,.
Finally with the 'help of a
policeman we .got through with-
in fifteen minutes.
In -a few. minutes we pulled
up on a small cliff near the
bay. We got off the bus and
in two lines went to the -gate
of the building. There we saw
the gray uniformed guards of
the Presidencia. They opened
the gate and we went in.
As we entered the lialace our


Meeting
For Apri 15

A general meeting -of the
Panama Cainal Women' s Wel-
fare Group will be :held Mon-
day. April 15, at 9:30 a.m., at
the -Panama Canal Training
Center. All women interested
in the work of, the Welfare
-Group are ijvited to attend.
A movie will be shown of 4the
work of ,the visiting doctors
and nurses who work with the
Disability Relief Program, -in
which the Panama Canal Wo- TANGLED RAILS and pieces of steel and iron such as these lurk from a few inches to a few Seet
anemis -Welfare Group is -co0- under the surface of the ground many places- in the area of the newest -project 'for, widening 4f
-operating. 'the Canal channel from 300 to 500 feet. An open .air museum of relics "dating back to the -late
Memberships will be accepted 1850s is to be established on Contractor's H4ill and representative items also will -be placed in the
at this meeting, and it was an- vicinity of the Balboa Heights railroad station where "Old 299" rests as a memorial. For details
bounced that supporting mem- of the widening project and "finds" there, see The Panama Canal Review, ut today. The
berships are available at $1 aa Review also -contains a thought-provoking articlee on Inter-American Relations, and an account
S month. of the V ewent visit 'f ;an intrepid crew of .*oiler varavaners from the States.


After a few minutes -we as-
cended some marble stairs -and
stopped a moment at the "top
to gaze at the iron chandeliers.
There was an open space
where you could look down on
,the patio, although since -it
was-- overgrown with vines the-
class could -not look down. The
class was looking at the :green
vines and other plants when
our attention was drawn -to
five states made of -bronze,
symbolizing Labor, Persever-
ance, Duty, Justice and Law.
We then entered the Yellow
Hall which was really a tbig
room. The Yellow 'Hall was
decorated with different shades
of yellow ranging, from light
yellow to dark yellow. Some
beautiful crystal chandeliers
were hanging from the ceiling.
There were many chairs -with
a special one for the Pres-
ident.
At one end there was an
alcove. This room had a yellow
couch, table and chairs and a
blue Chinese rug.
All this 'time the guide had
been telling us the history of
the palace.
Next we passed through -a
curtain into a big dining room.
The 'dining room had leather
chairs and a wooden table. It
also- had chandeliers and -glass
doors. It had many paintings.
James ,Hadstatte presented
the roses to Mrs. Chiari's -sec-
retary. Pictures of this event
were taken in both the Yellow
Hall and the dinning room.
If you looked out a -certain
door in the dining room. you
could see a .beautiful stone
mosaic, -on -the -other side -of
the building.
We took some pictures and
then left. The ride 'home was
shorter.
We took a few more i c.
,tures at school and then went
inside. It had been an inter.
testing morning.


April 5, 1963


rage Two


5P IL LW A Y










Softball Tourney Saturday, Sunday
,.


The second annual Pacific
Softball League-Abernathy S.A.
International Invitational Soft-
ball Tournament will be held
-t the Pacific Softball League
ark and the Fastlich Teener
ark Saturday and Sunday,
with games starting at 8 a.m.
on Saturday and 9 a.m. on Sun-
day. The final game will start
at 5 p.m. on Sunday.
This-tournament will bring
together the top 16 civilian and
military teams_ of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of. Pa-
nama in a single elimination
tournament.
Invited teams include: Repu-
blicano, managed by Guillermo
Diaz; Tofio Gord6n, managed
by Antonio Gord6n; Mauricio,
managed by Burke Rios, and
Guardia Nacional, managed by
Maj. Urrutia- from the Repub-
lic of Panama, -Major Softball
League. Also invited are the
Chitr6 All Stars, managed by,
Siom- Cohen,; Tasco 'Goodyear,
managed by Cyril Sampson,
and&' Elga., managed, by Cole-
mat Sasso from, the Republic
of Panama Commercial League
and. Pacific Division St-ars ,,
,managed by Hubert Johnson,
from the Pacific Divisional
Softball League. A strong. iS.
military entry is-. Ft. Kobbe,
managed by Sgt. Cordova.
Pacific' Softball League teams
participating, a-re : Abernathy
- Unisports,. winners of the first


half of the 1963 Pacific Soft-
ball League managed' by- Bill
De La Mater; Ft. Clayton, 1962
Invitational Tournament cham-
pions managed by 'Jessie Bur-
dick; Philips Radio, current
2nd' half leaders of the Pacific
Softball League,' managed by
Bill' Nickisher; White Horse, a
young, aggressive team in the
Pacific Softball League, man-
aged' by George McA-rthur; Pan
Liquido, the 1961 and 1962- Pa-
cific Softball' League Tourna-
ment champions, managed' by
Saim Catlett, and the U.S.
Navy-,. recent winners- of the,
1963 Pacific Softball League
Tournament, managed' by Gary
Muss.
The- public is, invited to at-
tend- this fine tournament. No
admission w illI be charged.
Food( and beverages wilL .be
available atfthe, League Park.


Powell's

Wins Gaiu Executive Game
14 *l t* u o a A
-.ivitationa At 3 p.m Sunday
The Powells Garage softball A u
team from the- Atlantic Side /
won-the I3th annual. Gamboa In, A thriee-inning exhibition softball 'game betwe
vitational Softball Tournament 'dignitaries of the Canal Zone. and, the Republic of
he'cd last SaturdayA i


Lew Helzinger pitched, three,
superb' games: for Powells. de-
eating, in, order, Nayvy Comstam
Abernathy-Unisport, and. F o4--t
Clasyton. a
Jessie Burdick. piteheds Fort
Clapyton to: second place, while
a& third place tie- resulted when
Aberfiathy-Unispoet and- Philips-
Radio;. played to> a, 1 tao 1 tie.


PACIFIC SOFTBAtk LEAG"JC-
STAND.NGS
Philips Radio 9; 2: .818 Monday, ApriL 8 Clayton- vs
Abernathy.-U 7 4 .636 Abernathy;. Nawy vs. Pan
" t. Clayton, 6; 5; .545 Liquidom '
Pan Jiquidou 4 6, .400 Tuesday,. April 9 Philips
White: Hbrse- 4.' 7 .364 Radio) vs. White-Hforse.-
Navy, r 2 8; .200 Wednesday, April 10. Pan.
includingg Tuesday'&~ game) Liyiido, vs, Ft. Clayton;
SCHEOUIt Philips. Radio- vs Nhvy.'
Saturday/, -Aprit- & and Sunday, Thursday; April 11-- Abernathy
ApritT 7; 8; a,m- to. &. pm. vs White Horse; Ft. Clay-
International Invitational tonm vs Navy.
Softball: Tbuanarnent.


Cristobal Gun Club Starts


Beginners'
The Cristobal Gun Club) at
Brazos Brook has started a new
trapshooting program aimed at
encouraging, beginning shooters
to develop experience in the-
sport.
At 9:30 atm.. each Saturdhy,,
the club is. conducting a' special
training program- designed, to
introduce beginning shooters- to
trapshooting. The club also is
having, permanent'target frames
prepared, for the pistol range
and- plans, to. hold& regular
competitive- shoots when it is
completed,
'As part ot the introductory
effort for beginning shooters,


' Shoot P
the' club has- purchased a 12-
gauge shotgun which- can. be
rented. Shells. and, the clay


GEM, MINERAL
SOCIETY TO MEET
The Board- of Directors of the
,Canal Zone Gem and Mineral
Society, will i meet at 7 p.m.,
Wedhesdky/, April 10;, at the
Society clubhouse in Balboa.
The April business meeting of
all members- will. be at 7:30
p.m., Thursday, April 11. All
members are urged to attend.


rog mi
birds- used' in- the' shoot can be
purchased, at the- clubf andi ex-
periencede shooters, are present-
eacvb Sateiday morning to> serve
as- instructors.-
Several women aew participat-
ihg: in; shooting: activities. at thte
" club; including; 1rs0, Ar'ene
MdelVaine; M1.- Anna Rowe;
Miss: Carla& Meehtan, and. M ss
Nancy- Langent.
The- cihb;s regtlaf' programs
in! addition to t the Saturday
morning sessions- for beginners,
includes a. registered shot the,
first' Sunday of each: mont*k
The next registered shoot will:
be. held Sunday, AprilT 7.


Cristobal Girls Winners


I \ -
The Cristobal High School
girls won' the second annual
Sports. Day, contest, held at
Cristobalt High School on Satur-
ay, March<,:30, from 9:45 aim..
,o, 4:00' pm,. The Cristobal girls
topped second-place Balboa,
High, School by- only. one point:
29V to 2&Ya. The Canal Zone
College girls placed third.


The- Sports Day Trophy, won
last year by Balboa- High School
rwas awarded- tq the- Atlantic
side- champs. Cristobal High
School. teams placed' first in
track, swimming; table tennis,
,volleyball (Ind archery; second
in badminton; and- tied with
the College for second. place in
basketball'.


In


SBalboa. Higher won. first' place'
iin basketball,, badminton' and
tennis. They placed, second- in.
swimming, table tennis, volley, /
ball and archery, and tied with
the College for second place: in'
track. The Canal Zone College.
took second place iq. tennis.
The 1963 championship was
not decided until' the last round
^ ,.u.fv~t^- i r


*en
Pa-
0' -n


narjaia will pe heid at- th a c 3ic N Softbal LeagueL kl-arg at.
! p.m. Sunday. The-gamae will precede the championship
game of the 1963 Annuat International Softball Thuama-
ment which', will, be played over the two'day period Sat-
urday, April 6th and Sunday, April 7th.
These participating will ber


TEA M A
Pitcher-Col. Matt Harison,.
Engineering & Constru'c.tionm
Director, P. C. C.
Catcher Walter Mikulich,
Special Services Officer, P.
C: C.
1st Base Frank. Baldwin-,
Information Officer, P'. C. C.
2nd- Base '- B.,; Everson,
Civil: Affairs Director, C. Z. .G.
3rd: Base Joh n, Hollen,-
C hi e f, Executive Planning'
Staff P. C. C.
Shortstop, L. A. Ferguson,
Supply & Community Service
Director, PI. C: C.
- L. Fiied' Col. Julian' Lock-
hart, P'o-st Commander, Ft.
Clayton-.
C. Field! Paul Runnestrand,
Executive Secretary, P. C. C.
I~. Field: Robert. Whker,
Chiief, Internal Security, P.
C. C. -
Ist Base Coach Forest
Dunsmoor, Administrative As-
sistant, P C. C,
3rsd Bsa Coach Ed A.
Reserve Pat Coiley; As-
sistant Executive Secretary, of
the Canal Zone.
Reserve Robert Jeffrey,
Staff Assistant to- Administra-
tive- Assistant to the. Governor.
Reserve- Larry Hbrine,
Supervisor, Physical Educa-
tion,. C. Z. 'Schools, C. Z. G.
2hdW Basse Retreshment Stand
rector,, C. C.


TEAM B
Pit ier Cok Bblfvat Walla-
rinow Comandante dL- I&n Guar-
dia> National
Catcher Capt. Carlbs Mar-
tinez, Guardia Nacional
1st Base. Mayor Bblivar
Urrutia:, Guardia. Nacionat
2hd Base Car-los. I. Pre-
telt, P.\ EK Department, -C."'P.
3fd Rase Tomas CUgas,
Information. Office, P. C" C:
S Shorostp Joas& Remon,
President, R. P. Commercial
League.
L. Fies4 ,M'auicio' Menas-
6he, Sponsor,' Ir.,P: 1' ajor
League.
C. Field A. Poto, R. P.
Major League'.
R. Field Victor Camil6,
President, I Pt'. Major Softball
League.
1st- Base Coach Charles
Abernathy, Sponsor, Pae-ifi c
Softball League.
3rd- Bse Coach-Don- Byerly,
Manager, Abernathy, S;-. -A
Reserve - George Dilfer,
Cerveceria, Naeional.
Reserve- Sr. RBdriguez,
Sponsor, Philips Radio
Reserve' Felipe- 1Mo tt a,
businessman,., R. P.

Reserve Major Dan. Lein-
in, ger, Military Assistant to
Governor- of Canal Zbne.
rt Capt. RichardJaek, Marine' bi-


Umtpires: Phil Steersa. Comptroller, P. C. C., Woody. Post, In-
ternal Security, P. C. C.
Medical Advisor: Col0 Erling- Fugelso; Health Director, C.Z.G.



Sports Day Events
of volley-ball games, when the Those inr charge of the
C.IES. blue" and gold teams program expressed apprecia-
defeated the College green- and- tion- to. Mrs. McDonnell, Mrs.
the B.H.S. white teams. Wilson, Mrs. Bath, Mrs. Mc-
A total of 162 girls participate. Cullough, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Pa-
ed in. the second', annual Sports lumbo, Mrs. O'Brien, Coach
Day contests. This year's pro- Moser, George Patton, Coach
gram. included eight separate Sid Kegnon and Coach, Litton
sports, two of which, track and for their assistance in making
swimming, were newly added. Sports. Day possible.


ARCHERY WAS ONE OF THE .SEVERAL EVENTS OF THE SPORTS DAY PROGRAM.


I L. L W.,A.Y


Apirit Si 1963






SPILLWAY


April 5, 1963


Meyer S. Slotkin (third from
left), Assistant Designing En-
gineer in the Engineering and
Construction Bureau, was pre-
sented an Outstanding Perform-
ance Rating during the farewell
party given in his honor Tues-
day. Col. Matthew C. Harrison,
Director of the Engineering -and
Construction Bureau, made the
presentation.
At left is Mrs. Slotkin and at,
right are their three daughters,
Barbara, Marilyn and young
Terry.

Mr. Slotkin came to the Isth-
mus in December 1955 as the
new chief of the newly-created
Specifications and Estimates,
Branch of the Engineering Di-
vision. He came from Hunting-


ton, West Virginia, where he
held a similar job with the
Huntington District Corps of
Engineers.
Col. Harrison, in presenting
the award; stated that Mr. Slot-
kin has, in the past year,
demonstrated his unusually ex-
ceptional performance of duties.
A few of the projects handled
under Mr. Slotkin's general ad-
ministrative supervision- were:
completion of Thatcher Ferry
Bridge across the Canal at Bal-
boa;-continuation of the widen-
ing of the Canal channel in
. Gaillard Cut; construction of
new locks towing locomotives;
24-hour locks outage concept for \
a new locks overhaul procedure;
extensive air-conditioning design
and installations, including a


chilled water circulating system
of new design; design and con-
struction of an 8-floor addition
to Gorgas Hospital; study for
increasing the water supply and
navigational depths of the Pan-
ama Canal; and community
service centers, ,theaters, em-
ployee housing,, additions to
schools, and design for new
junior college.
. In January 1963 Mr. Slotkin
represented the Contracting Of-
ficer in the Canal Zone in settle-
ment of a claim with the locks
towing locomotive manufactur-
ers in Japan.
Mr. and Mrs. Slotkin and their
family are leaving in the near
future to make their home in
West Virginia. -


MRS..DONALD PIERPOINT of Colon has
been at the Cristobal Service Center since last
December. Before 'that she was with the
Margarita Service Center for three years.
Name-wise, she finds she's forever ex-
plaining that she was named for her father
and that Donald is not tier husband's name
but her own. His name is Surse, which im-
mediately rings a theatre Club bell. They
both are active in the Little Theater, but-
where Surse serves as director and actor.
Donald helps with the programs, with the
prompting and the hundred -and one little de-
tails that have to be done behind scenes.
She is a graduate of the Dillon, S. C.,
High School, and attended Salem College in
Winston-Salem, N. C., for three years, maj-
oring in mathematics.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierpoint live in Colon and
are the parents of a son, Surse, 4V2, and a
daughter, Elizabeth, 2.


a" on opposite page


JOSEPH N.,SPRINGER, acting GORNETT H. HARTLEY, chief
assistant supervisor in the clerk in the Railroad Division,
Navigation Division on the At- Cristobal, has worked with the
lantic Side, ,has been with the Panama Canal .organization
Panama Canal since 1939. since 1939. All his service has'
been with the Railroad Division.
He was born in Silver City, He- was born-in Colon and
now Rainbow City, in the Canal attended school in former Silver
Zone and attended school there. City, now Rainbow City. He
He has worked as a mess- also took night courses in gen-
man aboard towboats, as a Ca- eral education for three years.
nal deckhand, and as a check- His hobbies are hunting and
er for deckhands. fishing.


Alum1ini Bulletins. Still Sought
Response to the recent re-. offer.
quest for contributions of col-
lege alumni bulletins for the The bulletins now
Canal Zone Main; Library has at the library cover
been very good, Librarian geographical area ane
Eleanor Burnham reports. New York .University
bia.Occiental TlI


Mrs. Burnham said the lib-
rary has received approximate-
ly 20 college alumni bulletins,
all of which now are available
on a counter in the main
reading room.
More bulletins still are
sought, however, and.those re-
ceiving alumni bulletins from
their alma maters are urged
to send them to the library
after they are finished with
them. The bulletins enable
students seeking' a rosnective
u"c'cge to get-a better idea of
what various schools have to


Mawr, Duke, and Co:


on hand
r a wide
d include
, Colum-
ne, 'Bryn
rnell.


REUBEN J. AIKMAN, clerk
typist in the Panama Railroad -
office in Cristobal, was born
'in Jamaica and came to the,
Isthmus with his mother when
a baby.
He attended Canal Zone
schools, and started his Pan-
ama Canal service 34 years ago
as a messenger in the old Com-
missary Division office in the
Camp Bierd Section.
As a Supply Clerk in the
Commissary Division, he pro-
cessed steamship orders. He
transferred to the Printing
Plant as a stock clerk, and
about 2 1/2 years ago transfer-
red to the Railroad Division.
He lives in Colon.


Early Next Week

The SPILLWAY w!ll go to utors and would-be control
press early next week be- utors (and we welcome
cause of the holiday on them all) would try to ge
Good Friday. Instead of be- their material to us on Mot
ing distributed on Friday, day or Tuesday every weel
it will be distributed on Even with Friday morning
Tuesday instead of Wednes- publication, as during norn
day. al weeks, things get a little
*^_ .'--- // U>JA<


Incidentally, it would be
appreciated if all contrib-


b-
e
et
n-
k.

e-
if


h-%!ic en r .r>?-nesvay y
everyone waits until then to
supply their contributions.


PEOPLE liN H orG


Coming



Events

APRIL
4-li-Canal Zone Boys -State at
Fort Kobbe.
5-11-Caribb6an Girls State at Fort
Kobbe.
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.
14 -Easter sunrise services at
Fort Amador, 6 a.m.
15 -General meeting 'of Panama
Canal Women's W elf a re
Group at Training Center;
9:30 a.m.
16.18-Meeting of Inter-American
Federation of Professional
Newspapermen Organizations
In Panama.
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.
21-27-National Library Week.
25-29-Agricultural Fair in Chorrera.
26-28-Canal Zone Boy Scout Cayuca
race through Canal.
27 -Orchid Chapter No. 1,
Order of Eastern Star,
charity ball and card
party, 8 p.m., Tivoli
Guest House.
5- 6-Oral Vaccine Day, in
Pacific-side communities
of Canal Zone.
19-20-Oral Vaccine Day in
Atlantic-side communities
of Canal Zone..
27 -Linethrowers contest at Pedro
Miguel Locks.


It Says




Here
"D'on't use that pictwue; we
don't allow dogs in our health
centers."
That's what the man said and
he should know, he's the fellow
in charge of the Canal's Com-
munity Health Centers, Dr. Sid.
ney B. Clark.
But he relented and the
picture was used. His lament,
however, is a familiar one In
the Panama Canal Press Of-
fice.
Warren Smith, Safety Chief,
understandably is interested in
having us use material on safe-
ty and safe working conditions
and we try to oblige. So what
happens? Some joker's got his
hard hat in his hand, askew, or
otherwise improperly situated
and Warren 'shudders. We're
fearful he may become gunshy
from. the hits and near-misses
we administer to him in this
manner, goodnatured though his
reaction is.
The guy we really want to
make gunshy, however, is the
clown that never bothers to
learn the safety rules an d
doesn't' have a chance to be-
come gunshy. We're talking
About the stupe who' winds up
: with a busted skull because he
didn't think enough' of his own
brains -(what brains? Warren
would say-) to keep his hard hat
on his head.
And speaking of guys who
can't or won't follow instruc-.
tions How about you? The
registration forms for the oral
polio vaccine which Pacific-
siders will receive today and
Saturda.v and Atlantic-s i d e r .
will get April 19 and 20 are in
duplicate one copy. for the
patient 'and one for the Health
Bureau. Both parts of each form
are clearly labelled; fill them
out accordingly. And do fill
. them out before you go to the
clinic.


1:00
2:30
3:00
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


Parade of Sports
Chapel of the Air
Pro Bowlers Tour
Dennis Day
Ted Mack
Championship Bridge
CFN News
.-ecred Heart
Expedition Colorado
Land of the Free
Danny Thomas
Ed Sullivan
Weekend News Re-
view
Price is Right
Merv Griffen
Armed Forces Screen
gazine
Christophers
Final Edition -
Enc: Tonight
MONDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Magic Land of Ala-
kazam
Travel Time
4 Star Edition
Zane Grey Theater
Bienvenido
Screen News Digest
Dick Van Dyke
Camera on Conm.
munism
CFN News
Movietime "Terror
Street"
Medic
Final Edition
Travel Time
Enc: Ed Sullivan

AUESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Kids Elub
American Civil War
4 Star Edition *
True Adventure
Services in Action
Andy Griffith
Garry Moore
CFN New-
Armchair Theater -
"Three Desperate
Men"


10:15 lack Paar Show
10:30 Ted Muck
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas

WEDNESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition'
5:05 Shari Lewis Show
5:2' Science in Action
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
.7:00 Around and About
7:15 Newsreel
7:30 Steve Canyon
8:00 Perry Como Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Tonight
10:0 Fight of the Week
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Garry Moore

THURSDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 Air Power
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 College Bowl
7:30 loey Bishop Show
8:0P Shelly Berman Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00: Thursday Theater .
"Mask of the Drag-
on
10:00 Sing Along With
Mitch
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY


4:50
5:00
5:05
5:30
6:00
6:35
6:50
7:00
7:30 -
8:00
8:55
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:15


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2:00
2:45

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6:00
8:20
6:30
7:00
7:30-
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10:30
11:00
11:15


Billboard
First Edition
Magic Midway
Harvest
4 Star Edition
Greatest Dramas
Interview
Report
As Caeser Sees It
Bell Telephone Hour
CFN News
Candid Camera
I've Got A Secret
Big Story
Stump The Stars
Final: Edition
Friday Night Thea-
ter "Hollywood
Varieties"


SATURDAY
Cartoon Carnival
Capt., Kangaroo
Saturday Matinee *
"Thkree Desperate
Men" :
Exploring
School Story
Sports Time
CFN News
Billboard
Big Picture
Gale Storm Show
To 'Tell The Truth
Lawrence Welk
CFN news
U.S. Steel Hour
Wrestling
What's Mv Line
Final Edition
E- - rIt. '


Page Four


CFN-TV


SCHEDULE


SUNDAY


FM wom'..0m.- ::,








Condecorados El Vicegobernador y



La Senora De Leber Por Panama


El Gobierno Nacional de la
Reppblica do Panama otorg6 la
Condecoraci6n de Vasca Nifiez
de Balboa, en el grado de GRAN
OFICIAL, al Vicegobernador ra-
liente do la Zona del Canal, Co-
ru'vel W.ALTEI F. LEBER, en
recovoc'miento a sus m6ritos y
virtudes Ltrsonales y -a la labor
edq a:.'reimrento y comprensi6n
paiaardt,c -norteame:.cana que
desplegara durante sus afios de
scrtlclo un el Istmce.
Dura te la solemne ceremo-
nia die imposici6n de las insig-
nias correspondientes, efectua-
da en el Palacio Presidencial
de Panami, fu6 igualmente
condecorada con la misma Or-
den, pero en el grado de CO-
MENDADOR, la Sra. Bernice
Leber, a quien le fue conferida
la distinci6n en m6rito a la
importante labor de buena vo-
luntad, de acci6n social y d6i
caridad cristiana, en pro de las
classes necesitadas del pals".


Impuso las insignias de la Or-
den y grado correspondientes
al Coronel Leber, el Excmo..Sr.
President de ]a Repd6lica de
Panamfi, correspbndi6ndole a la
Primera Dama de la Naci6n,
dofia Cecilia Orillac de Chiari,
condecorar a la Sra. de Lebnkr.
La imponente ceremonia 5e
*fcv6 a cabo en ai Sal6n Ama-
rilo el miorcoles a las 11 dq
la mafiana en presencia del
Gobernador de la Zona del Ca-
nal 4y Sra. de Fleming, S.E. el
Embajador de los Estados Uni-
dos en Panama, y Sra. de Far-
land, el Canciller de Panama y
Sra. de Solis, y otras altas per-
sonalic'ades.
En esta edici6n publicamos la
foto captada en el-momento en
que el Presidente Chiar' condc.
coraba ai Vicegobernador Le-
ber y, en la secci6n inglesa, a-
parece ia de la Sra. de Chiari
condecorando a la Sra. de Le-
ber.


SP ILLWAY

Vol. 1 No. 42 VIERNES 5 DE ABRIL DE 1963


VISITANTES DE
LA SEMANA
Escl. de Miraflores.... 1716
Escl. de Gat6n..........768
Las Cruces (7 viajes).. .812
R. Manuelita (3 viajes)...57
N. de Pasajeros (2)...,.2407
Otras giras............... 80
GRAN TOTAL'........5840


MERECIDO HONOR-El Presidente de Panama don Roberto F.
ril mpuso la orden de Vasco Nuiiez de Balboa en el grado d6 i
,Oficial, al Vice-Gobernador de- la Zona del Canal, Coronel Walte
Leber como merecimlento por lograr de manera efectiva estre
los vinculos de amistad y solidaridad interamericana que existen
tre panamefios y estadounTdenses. El Coronel Leber vlajarh el I
hacia los Estados Unidos.


~T~L%~Ir~'; ~ -
U U U


SIICIAN HOY
VACAEIGNES
Para unos 9.400 alumnos de
las escuelas .de la Zona del
Canal el dia de hoy- era aguar-
dado con creciente ansiedad.
ZLa raz6n,.? Que a partir de
este dia se inician unas va-
caciones de una -semana que
abarcan la "Semana Santa".
Desde mafiana, sAbado 6 de
abril, -las aulas escolares per-
manecerAn desiertas hasta el
lunes 15 de los corrientes cuan-
do se reanuden las classes.
La vuelta a la escuela no se-
rA muy penosa, especialmente
para quienes proyecten viajar
con sus padres haeia los Es-
tados Unidos en el "primer
barco de vacacionistas", cuya
partida estA fijada para el 5
de mayo. .Los alumnos que
via jen en ese buque podrAn
abandonar la escuela el 3 de
mayo.
Para los estudiantes que per-
manecerin en el Istmo, el afio
escolar se acerca a su itrmi-
no ya que las vacaciones anua-
les se inician en junio, en to-
-das las escuelas, except las
de las comunidades latino-ame-
ricanas que estin actualmente
en vacaciones, ya que sp anio
lectivo coincide con el que ri-
ge en la Repuiblica de PanamA.

EL CANAL EN
TEVEDOS EL 7
El documental del Canal
de PanamA, que narra e
conocido comentarista de
Chia- la radio y la televi-
Gran si6n Carlos Montalbin, se4
er P. ra exhibido el proximo do-
char mingo 7 de abril a las 7:30
en- p.m. en el- Canal 2 de te-
unes levisi6n en Panama. .
Este documental tiene una
duraci6n de 28V2 minutes
y trata sobre el funciona-
miento del Canal de Pana-
ma y la vida del Istmo.

Brazo levantado, miem.
bros de los Voluntarios, de,
la Cruz Roja, Damas Grises
y Caballeros Grises ofrecen
el Juramento que les es ad-
ministrado o tomado por el
Juez Charles A. Garcia,
President del Capitulo de
la Zona del Canal de la
Cruz Roja Americana. )
La ceremonia de jura-
mentaci6n se efectu6 en eVl
Gimnasio de Paraiso esta se-
mana cuando 35 volunta-
rios y 16 Damas Grises y
Caballeros Grises recibie-
ron sas cofias y distintivos
como miembros id6neos de
la organizaci6n.


EN ANCON HABRA


Hoy y mariana podrAn ob-
tener sus vacunas orales con-
tra la poliomielitis los em-
pleados del Canal de Panama
residents en el litoral paqi-
fico. Las clinics donde se
distribuirfi' la vacuna esta tar-
de y mafiana son las de An-
c6n, Balboa, IDiablo, Paraiso y
Pedroe Miguel.
Para los residents en la ciu-
dad de PanamA la mAs cer-
ca y convenient serfi, pues,
la de Anc6n que funcionarA en
el gimnasio de la Escuela Pri-
maria. -de Anc6n.
Los residents de Balboa en-
contrarAfn mas c6modo acudir
al gimnasio de la Escuela Se-
perior de Balboa. que es don-
de se suministrarfi la vacuna,
en vez del Centro Comunal de
Salubridad, donde se habfa pro-
-ectado hacerlo originalmente.
I gimnasio en referendcia estA
situado eerca del Area de es-


tacionamiento en Balboa.
Conviene esclarecer, igual-
mente, que la clinic de Pedro
Miguel solo funcionarA el vier-
nes y la de Paralso fnica-


mente el sabado.
Los formularios requeridos
para la obtenci6n de la vacu-
na oral fueron distribuidos en
el curso de la semana en to-


VACUNA ORAL


jdas las comunidades del paci-
fico. Pueden hallarse, tambi6n,
en la.Edici6n Especial del Po-
lio lanzada por el SPILLWAY.
Esos formularios hay que Ile-


VACUNARSE TOCAN!


narlos previamenfe, antes de
acudir a la clinic correspond
diente, a fin de evitar atoram
mientos y la consiguiente de-
mora para todos.
Los formularios constant de
dos parties: una para el pa,
ciente y otra para el registro
de la Direcci6n de Salubridad.
Hay que ilenar ambos, no 1o
olvide.

Vaya Tenmprano
Quienes proyecten acudir
al Centro Comunal de Salu-
bridad do Balboa el viernes,
deben hacerlo bien temprano
por cuanto las actividades
corrientes serin suspendidas
durante o*' tarde como c on-
secuencia do Is campafa de
vacunaci6n contra Is polio-
mielitis.


750/% Vacunados
Como el setenticinco par
ciento de los residents de
Gamboa y Santa Cruz re-
cibieron el fin de -semana
pasado su vacuna oral con-
tra la poliomielitis. En to-
tal 2.450 personas tomaron
su vacuna oral en esos
dias.






Pdgina Dos SPILLWA'V Abrit 5 de 1943


DIGNAMENTE JUGARAN


DIGNATARIOS


DE


PANAMA


Un partido de exhibici6it de
softhallt entire dignatarios die la
Reptiblica de Pan mAi y de la
Zona del Canal se celebrari ei
doming-. a las 3 p.m. en elb Par-
que de la Liga de Softball. del
Pacifico.
El juego preceded al partido
, d. eampeonato del Torneo, A-
aual international ,de' Softball
per Imvitaei6n de 1963 que se
-celebarar 'los. dias: sabado y


El Canal de PanamA volveri
ai participar eo otra fteia re-
g&Bal en la Repibliea d Pa-
naa. cnamdco se emlebre la. II
Grand Feria. de Azuero- del 10
al 14 de Abria ea IL ehdad de-
Los Santas.
Ut pabelk6n. mnuy hien situa-
-dwba sido adquiride per et Ca-
nal de PanamA. en doeade se
exhibirk an aparato de Selee-
tromisin, ua -madielo, de las Es-
clusas de Miraflores y una. ex-
posici6-A de. fotografias del Cla-
nal de Panami y punt de \
interns en la Zona& del Canal.


Los papulares. burritos 1an-
cha y Gate, estaria en Los San-
tos dando, paseo gratis a tes
nifios que w site n \a terreaos
de la. FPera.
El Canal de PanamA doeari
a: los orga i adaroes de lk II
Gran Feria i Azn ero dst s ter-
neras para qwe sea& adptidiea-
das 'ceoma pre.ies entire los
participates.
'El Gobexnador de la Zona del
Canal,, RWert J.. Fleming Jr.,
viajarit a Los San~'os el ieves
11 de AbAri para asitir a la,
Feria.


Y


domingo 7 de abril..
Las n6minas de los equipos
son las siguientes:
EQUIPO "A"
Lamuader: Coronel Matthew Ha-
rrison, Driector de Ingenieria
Sy Construcei6, Canal de Pa-
namia.
Rece tor: Walter Mikuliich,
Fuh6ionario de Servieios Es-
peciales, Canal de Panama.
Ia. Base: Frank A. Baldwin, Di-


LA


ZONA


rector de Informaci6n, Canal
de Panami.
2a. Base: B. I. Everon, Director
de Asuntos Civiles, Gobierno
de la Zona del Canal.
3a. Base: John Rolen, Jefe de
la Oficina de Planificaci6n,
Canak de PanamA.
Torpedero: Les A. Ferg son, Je-
fe de la Direcetic de Abastos
y. Servicios, Commales, Canal
de Panama.


SOFTBALL


Jiardinaro izquierdo: Coronel Ju-
lian Lockhart,- Comandante
del Puesto, Fuerte Clayton.
Jardinerm central: Paul Run.
nestrand, S.eretaria Eiecuti-
vo, Canal de Panami.
Jardinewo dee.cho- Robert C.
Walker, Jefe de la Ofteina de
Seguridad Interne, Canal de
PaiamiA.
Coach la. Base: Forest Duns-
moor, Ayndante Administrati.
yvo Canal de Panamia.
Coach 3a. Base: E d ward A.
Doolan, Direetor de Personal,
Canal de Panami.-
Reservas: J. Patrick Conley,
Ayudante diel Secretario Eje-
cutivo de la Zona del Canal;
Robert Jeffrey, Ayudante del
Subseeretario Ejecutivo; Lar.-
ry Horine, Direetor de Educa-
ci6a Fisica de las ]seuelas
Estadounidenses de la Zona
del Canal; Mayoer 'Daniel M.
Leininger, Edeean del Goher-
nador de la Zona del Canal.
Puesto de Refrescos en 2a. Ba-
se: Chp. Richard Jack, Di-
rector de Marina, Cinal de
Panama.
Arbitrosi Phklp. Steers, Contra-
tor, Canal de Panama; Wally
Post, Seguridad .Interna, Ca.a
nal de Panama..
Conseijer Mdto: Coaonwl Er-
ling Fugelso, Direetor de Saht-
bridad de la Zona del Canal.
EQUIPO "B"


Lanmadwr: Coronel Bolivar Va-
l. larino, Comandante de la
Guardia Nacional.
Receptor: .apitin Carlos Marti-
nez, Guardia Nacional.
-a,. Base: Mayor Bolivar Urru-
tia; Tercer Comandante de ta
Guardia Naeional.
2a. Base: Carlos M. Pretelt, Je-
fe de Educaei6n Fisica ep Pa-
nama. '
3a. Base: Tom-:s A. Cupas, Ofi-
eisa de Informaei6n. Canal de
Panama.
-Torpedero: Josa Rem6an, Presi-
dente de la Liga Comercial
de Softball.
-Jardinaro izquierdet Mauricio
Menasche, patrocinador de
equipo, en la Liga MayO, de
Softball de Panama.
Jiardiaew central: A. Polo, de
la Liga Mayor de SoftaU lde
.Jadtnero derec s: Vietor Ca-
nmil, Presidente de la Liga
Mayor de Softball de Pana-
ma.
Coach la. Base: Charles Aber-
nathy, patrocinador de equi-
po en Ia Liga de Softball del
Paciefice..
Coach de 3a. Base: Don Byerly,
gerente de Abernathy, S. A.
Reserves: George DiNfer, Cerve-
eeria NaeiNal; Jeos Jpaquina
Rodriguez, patreeinador de
RadiA Philips; Felipe Motta,
comerciante de Panama.


Folleto Importante Dan



A Todos Los Emple ados


Una edieiw d. botsiMo qwe
contiene el Reglamento Eje-
cutivo No, 5 relative a astn-
tos d sdisieplna. y tramita-
ci6n d Recurseds de Apela-
ci6n por parte de los emplea-
dtS del Canat de Panama, fue
distribuida durate loas 'lt-
mos dias entire todes ls. em-
pleados de la orgaiaaci..
E9l ofeleto es el tereemo de su
titp, editad per la Direcmne
de Persmoal, que versa so-
bre reglameases que eubten
el camp de la cooperaciAn
ohrero-patronaL El primero se
referi a las relacianes entre
juneionarios admiaistratives -
los empleados ua organiaaio-
nes d(t empeados. El segunde
se rellere a los parocedimien-


Jovenes de Paraiso Siguen



Trabajando en el Hospital


to& que rigen las medidas, ad-
vrsas de personal. Los tres
foletos han sido impresos en
-espaiol e ingls.
At establecer las normas por
las -cuates se rige Ta organi-
zaei6n, el foleto qu so- ec-
menta, dice: "Tiene coaa
wma el GGbieraN de La Z-
asa det CanaI y la Camipa&ia
del Canal do PanamA deSa-
rvofar y adainistrar las ,re-
laeiotes empleadopatrepales
em cada dependeneia en for-
ma conmpetente y elieaz ea la
.qe, se refiere a la trammita-
eia de asumtoes pblicos." Se-
guidamente afeade que la men-


cionada norma tiede a exia-
gir que los jefes asuman ta
respensabikdad de mantener
ierto e levada navel de cea-
ducta centre el personal tra-
bajader, una &seiphma y i-
derate imparcial y eficaz."
La& regtametos fia e fpro-
cedimiento a seguir en La pre-
'sentaeti de apelaei es o
'quejas, ya ftere individual o
celectivamente aem e tros em-
pleads.\
/El obietvo et de pestar
roata y' edadesa conside-
raeism a eiaalesqutera pro-
blemas o quereHas que sur-
giesen.


Dlirante tode. el mres de abril tando sus servieios come r e-
-hasta que se reanuden las ela-, luntarios de la Cruz Raja, las
ses en las., Escuelas Latino- 35 adolescents de la Escuela
Americanas- continuaran pres- Secundaria de Paraiso que han


La Sr*a STANCIA JONES, Voluntaria de la Crux R ija, Ilena los
forrmulaios d e registro pata la vacuna. oral contra Ia poliomte-
litis, correspondiente a los peloteros del equtpo infantil "OMA-
HA" que acudieron. a obfener su vacun al, iniciarse la cam.
pefia el pasado fin de semana.


venido ayudand al personal del
Hospital Gorgas eat sus pesados
quehaeeres.
Las 24 minuchachas y 11 mu-
cbachos, que fueron escogidos
entire cientos que se ofecieron
espontaneamente para ayudhr
con los trabajos del Hospital
Gorgas durante las vacaciones,
son: Damian Albieo, Sandra
Atherley, Norma Bedoya, Nor-
ma Binns, George Brown, Hor-
tencia Campbell, Enrique Car-
ter, Lourdes 'Castillero, Ansel-
mo Cummings, Sidney Dyar,
Mauve Grifith, Lilia Ince,-Ma-
ritza Ipina, Stancia Jones, Ber-
nardine Lavalas, Cheroland La-
valas, Norma Martinez. Petunia
Marshall. Eleanor Millet, Ri-
chard Millet, Pauline Nieto,
Marcia Nurse, Shirley, Petit,
Luisa Powell, Marcela Raphael,
Norma Raphael, Enrique Ro-
binson, Carl Sainten, George
Scott,* Emilio Singh. Amanda
Smith, Inez Smith,. Elena Sprin-
ger, y. Antoinette Williams..
Este es el segundo grupo- de
Voluntarios Juveniles de la Cruz
Roja que ha side entrenado en
el Hospital Gorgas. El prime.
roe estvo. formado per estudian-
tes de las Eseuelas Secunda-
ria e Intermedia de Balboa el
verano pasado. -


ESTUDIARTES y post-graduados de la Escuela Secundarta de
Rainbow City participan en el Programa de Recreaci6n de Verano
de esa comunidad la inoamericana de ra Zona del,Canal, juganda
basketball en el Gimnasie de Rainbow City. Aqui vemos tn
instant de un partido entire los conjuntos Comets y Warriors.
Cuatro equipos intervienen en la jista; Ios otros son: Don Ricarda
y All Stars.


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EEL GORGAS ENTRENA LABORATORISTAS: Delty Cha, s Hka
Gatvez, Mercedes J. TrQst, Maria Fitichbaust, Maritan Roia
y Blas G6me!, eterminan el oxigeno en 14 saosg duwanoe at
curso de Iaboretorio Qft'ecido en e It Mopital Gorgas .sebr e
cual podra UL. keer em "The REVIEW" en espaatl cwrespea-.
diente at mres de Abril, 'el cual treee, adamA s, crniikas sabre tm
Caravana de Roemolques que visit e.' isttO. redenAement*c6; cmo
se extiende la cadena de micro-ondas; peas. de mu-e, haltadas
en excava tonea y ftras de sumo interns. Compre su exemplar
cuant antes. .

Participa el Pancanal

En la Feria de Azuero


. Abril 5 de 1963


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AbrI S do 1963 3 P1 t LW A ~ / Phqina Tre'


GANARON 1].0 DE LAS 15 PRUEBAS
'- -... .... Diez de las quince pruebas celebradas el sibado 61utimo per
S. ,. Po w la noche en el Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena",
G r 0 L aX fw eron gnades per atletas de las comunidades latinoamericanas
de te Zona del Canal, en el torneo de aflefisnmo organizado por la
..... "" :. 7Comisi6n :Nacional de Alftetismo de PanaiA.
S -. .... B rri COn TI OOS, Los etletas de Rainbow City ganaron site pruebas y los de
.El equipo de .. .so Garage. Perraiso,, tres, sobreseliendo la corredora Josefina Sobers, de
.. Pe i seor Rainbow City,, ganando los e*entes de M00 y 200 metros pianos;
oel, del SeCt.o Lo I otos re rese deainho wA CBitv *nque anan .


Jos, Ei4NA SOBERS, la gran corredora ae Rwainow City, sve
cubrio de Soria el s.bado por la nolhe en e 0lorneo de atletismo
orgniraade per la Comisi6n Nacional de A efismo de Panamb, al
gaenr las pruebas de 100 y 200 metres plans en el Estadio,
Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena". Josefina gan6 la cda-
sica centuria con tiempo de 12:03 segundos, batiendo por on
dci4no de segundo a la consagrada Jean Holmes. Luego gan6 los
200 'metros con tiempo de 125.05 segmndos, superando por tres
decimos de segundo a Delceita Oakley, -de Paraiso. ,Con estas
victories Josefina tiene asegurado su viaje a 5-o Poaul, Brasil,
a los Juegos Panamericanos este mes.


Nuevos Pinos en Natacion


CRISTINA ROSEMOND se
coren,6 campeona en las 100
yards estile pecho en la. ca-
tegorga abierta para nifias, en
el torneo de nataci6n celebra-
do el mitrcoles 27 de marzo
en la Piscina de Rainbow Ci-
ty en el Programa de Re-
creaci6n de Verano.


Rudolph 1Mayers, Guillermno
\ Bedkford, Elsie Drayton, Eli.
da Clinton y Felcia Alfonse
tuvieron lucida actuaci6n en
el primer torneo de natacitn
_elebrado este aio en la Pis-
cina de Rainbow City, el mier-
coles 27, de marzo, bajo la di-
recci6n de Harold Brown en el
Program de fRereaci6n ide
Verano.
Mayers gad6 las pruebas de
50 yards estilo libre y 25 yar-
das estilo espalda en la divi-
si6n de nifios de It 10nas y me-
nos; Elsie fue ia ga iaora en
las 50 yardss estile libre y 50
yards estilo espalda entire Ias
nifias de 11 y 12 afios; Elida
super en las pruebas de 100
yardas estilo libte y 100 yar-
Sds estilo espalda en catego-
ria abierta para ilias, mien-
tras que Felicia gan6 las 25
yards estilo pecho y 25 yar-
das estilo mariposa entire las
niias de T0 afios. y 'menos.
Cristina Rosemond se coro-
n6 campeona en las 100 yar-
das estilo peche en la catego-
ria abirta para ninias.


gano el DIcimo TIercer Torneo
Anual de Softball por Inhtaci6n
celebrado el sabado pasado en
Gamboa.
'Lew Hilzinger lan%6 tres folr-
midables jpegos para el Powell
derrotando en orden al Navy
Comsta, AbqrwaMhy-Unisport y
Fuerte Claywon.
Jessie Burdick lanz6 para 1l
FPuerte Clayton t1evindido .al
segutmdo tagar, mientras que el"
tercer mesto -qud6 enmpatado
coando Abernaty-tUnisport y
Radio Philips iguataroa a ma
carrera.

El gran Sam Langford nofue6
a Dixie *Kid des vees con te-
rrbles golpes Ital cuermp.' Des-
pues que el Kid fue revivido la
segunda vez, le diWo, "Por quh
siempre me das .al cuerpo,
San? Per q"u no me, das en la
caTyea?"
"Tu catbeza tiene ojos," re-\
;fPT6 San.
Y aqui bhay una buena defmi-
cin del real y. aicianm pasn-
tiempB: El G6 es Um n juee
donde una pequena .pildora
bhla ca es perseguida por un
lote de veletes, imqy aanwanes
para perseguir cea'lquier 'atra
CtID".


has fueron: Gloria Hall en lanzamiento de jabalina; Carlos
Hansell en los 100 nietros pianos, clase "B"-, Owen Christopher,
en lanxamiento de bala, clase "B"; Ricardo ;McFartane, en lanza-
mTien~o 'ie disco, clase "6", y el equipo d twos en la Blase "B".
Los triunfadores de Paraiso fueron: Sandra Sealey on los 75
metros pianos; Teodoro Fleming en los 400 metres plans, close
"A ", y LoweHyn Lowe on los 400 neutos pianos, close "B".


Yearwood y Thomas



Ganan sus Pruchias

Los niiros Luis -A. Yearwood 11 a 12 amis, al trifater en
y ,Lorreta Thom.as fieron 4los 50. metros libres, -50 metros
nadadores mis destacados en estilo ledho, 50 metros estilo
las cempetencias de a tacibn espalda y 25 metros estilo
delebradas el mi6reoles 27 de mariposa. 4


-marzo en la Pisna d e Pa-
raise, en 41 Prrama de BRe-
creaci6n de Veram.
Yearweed conquistB mato
pruebas -en la categniwa de i-
fios de 11 a 12 aois, A lgasur
los SO nmetros l bies, S me-
tros estilo pecho, 3o wkaelus
estilo espalda y so30 inmes es-
tilo miadpOsa.
Lomrrela tambi n ga b aa-
tro events entire tls svias do


Bubo alaiesmisibucalude los
Fwfie eavarro, Jorge BMsce-
%sas y (Ibartes YZded6n, ln
ea giad nd mveo a-los aon,
Lies otrpautes tde leo res
priunens vpuos iosn- las pue-
ban d satacido i'dcbiwon


II Torneo Internacional


De Softball Abre Maniiana


Ea Segundo Tmno [tera-
.cessai de ofSnmR Vl er luviib-
ciftde doiR tigu do SOVtAll4dkel
Ndfiqo-Alermaft.,"SA.., seo~e--
lebrari c el sIo6 y l do-
'niiago 77 doe abnil en el Purqkee
die, U Uga do Softball idolP-a-
effica en lmaiea y tn"I cm
415,0 F*Avthd.
Los juwm is nvgessdel TA -
ba~oo eouunszarjss j Ins Sa m
-Y el Past*& &o-fi ise ieibr&ar"
a las 5 PM. 'el dowedepe.
Estue *teo ieift nea los16
tnejores equkm s diaies- y Milk-
tares ide Ik Bcp~ulicdo Pa-
nouns y la !Zoa dul Canal en
ins torneo doe 4inimd6oc o eA-


Los eqaipos invitades iln-
yem 'al tiepubicau6, dkiigde
per 'Geierano Diaz.; 'Tft Ger-
idsa, dirigio por A1mtoio ier-
den; Mauricio, 'digido perO
Barke Ries, y Quaria'1ae)-1
mal,, dirigio por el Mayor Bo-
livar Urrutia, todos de Parna-
mi. Tambidin han side tinvtas-
des las Estrellas e Chitre, di-
rigilas per Si6n Cohen; Tasos-
CGedyear, dirigido por Cywi
Samapson, y, Elga, dirigido por
,'Oteman Sasso, de la Liga Co-
mnercial de Panaan, y qas Es-
trellas de la Divisibn del FPaci-
fico, dirigidas por Hubert John-
son, de la Liga Div-dsional te,
Softbal del Pacifico. Un fuerte


equipeo atiar de EU. es el
de Faerte Kebbe, dirigiglo por
el Samsento Ordoba.
Los qiaps participanates de
ta Liga le Slffbali del Paci-
fco son: Abematy-Unisports,
fti&iios por WBil De La Mater;
Fuerte Claytmo, diragido por
Jessie Burdidk; Radio Philips,
dizigido per Bill Nickisher;
White Horse, dirigido Wor
-George lcArthur; Pan Liquido,
dirigido por Sasn ,Catiet, y U.
U.S. Navy, dirigido por Gary
Nuss. I
E pibllicB est invitado a,
asistir -al trneo Ien el cal no
se cobrari admisi6n. HabrA
comidas y 'bebifas en el par-
que.


Calendario de Partidos
Estes son los partidos del torneo de softball por invitaci6n:
SABADO 6 DE ABRIL -


CUADRO No.1 I
8:00 a.m.-Intermacional de Ventas Vs.
White Horse.
9:30 a.4n.-Elga Vs. Pan Liquido.
9:30 a.m.-Elga Vs. Pan Liquido
11:30 a.m.-Tasco Goodyear Vs. Aber-
nathy-Unisport.
1:00 p.m.-Chitrr Vs. Radio Philips.
3:00 p.mn-Gaador, 8:00 a.m. Vs. Ga-
naidor, 9:30 a.m.
5:00 p.m.-anador, 11:00 a. m. Vs.
Ganador, 1:00 p.m..


CUADRO No. 2
Maulcio Vs. Guardia
Nacional.
Republican Vs. Fort
Kobbe.
Toiio Gordon Vs. Navy.
Estrellas-,d e 1 Pacifico
Vs. Fuerte Clayton
Ganador, 8:00 a.m. Vs.
Ganador, 9:30 a.m.
tGanador, 11:00 a. m.
Vs. Ga ar ad o.r, 1:00


DOMINGO 7 DE ABRIL, CUADRO No. 1
9:00 p.m.-Ganador, 3:00 p.m., Cuadro No. 1 el sabado Vs. Ga-
nador, -5:00 p.m., Cuadro No. I el sabado.
11:00 a.m.-G-anador, 3:09 p.m., Csadro No. 2 el sfbado Vs. Gd-
nador, 5:00 p.m., Cuadro No. 2 el sibado.
1:00 p.m.-Perdedores de los juegos anteriores por el 3er. lugar.
3:00 p.m.-Juego de exhibici6n entire dfgnatarios de Panami y
la Zona del Canal.
,4:40 p.m.-Juego de oampeoeato: Ganadoreide los jueges de las
9:00 a.m. y 11:00 a.m.
Ls trofeos seran entregados por los sefiores Abernathy, Byer-
ly y De La Mater inmediatamente despu6s del juego.


ESTOS MUEVE NADADORES se encueitran actualmente empefied s en nader 50 mills en la
Piscina de Rainbow City, en. una de las fases del Programa de Recreaci6n de Vermn de *s co-
munidad latinoamericana de la Zona del Canal. En primer plano est&n, de isquierda a derecha:
Jaime Guerrero, George McFarlane, Roberto Anderson y Jorge Escobar. AtrAs se encuentran
Roberto Sayles, Aurello Toppin, Maria Aguilar, Eduardo Taylor y 'Leonard t-wn. Cada no dol
ellies miad des dnNias diaries.


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Abr;I.5 de 1963


SPILLWAY


Pigina Cuasie


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
Dibujos Animados
lalentos, S. A.
Teleteotro
Los Paracaidistas
Wells Fargo
Supercar
Maverick
Jitazxo oyal
Est* e McGraw
Documental
Aledres Fatal
Un Paso al Mi All&i
El Buen Pastor
Teleteatro
LUNES


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
10:00
10:15

S12:00
12:30
12:45
1:00
1:30
2:00
3:15
4:15
4:45
5:30
6:10
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:30
8:00
.9:00
10:00
10:15


Dick Tracy
Noticias
Pension Leocadla
Cine Serie Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
Reportajes Mundiales
Avances
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de EstreUllas
Baranda Hipica
Los Vikingos
Noticias
Lawman
Estrellas de Holly-
wood
77 Sunset Strip
Foro de Opinion
Noticias
Teleteatro
MARTES
Dibujus Animados
Noticias
Pension Leocadia
Cine Serie Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
Los Acuanautas I
Reportaje Mundial
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrelli-
tlas
Baranda Hipica
Enredos de Pablito
Noticias
Blanquita Amaro
Biogriulia
Caravan
La Ciudad Desnuda
Noticias
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 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4.-00 Beportajes Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellita
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 Fro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
MiamiL-


- 4:00
$:30
4:45
5:30
6:10
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:30
8:00
9:00
S9:30
10:00
10:15


Heportaje Mundial
Avances
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
'Baranda Hipica .
Panameno Panamefino
Noticias
Sala de Proyeccld6n
Mis Tree Hijos
Nueva Generaci6n
Ballinger de Chicago
Peter Gunn
Noticias
Teleteatro
VIERNES


12:00 El Cegatoe Magqo
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n. Leocadla
1 :001 Cine Serle Semanal-
1:30 Foo 7
2:00 Teleteatro
-:330 Fascinaci6n de
Miamni.
S4:00 eportaje Mundial
4:30 Ayances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 'Fiesta do Estellitas
S6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Flecha Rota
6:45 Nolicias ,
7:00 Los Picapledra
7:30 Alfred Hitchcock,
9 :00 BorIs KarloIf
9:00 Markham
9:30 Pap Sioltero
S10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Aqui y Ai6
1:00 Cine Serle Sememal
1:30 Reportaje Mundial
2:00 Teletoatro
3:45 Sarao de Tevedos
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
leor
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Sr. Fiscal
6:45 Noticias
7:00. Steve Canyon
7:30 Bobin
,0:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Aventureros del
Mississippi
10:01 Notlcits
10:15 Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO


10:00
10:30
l:00
.11:30
12:00
12:30
1:30
9:30
5:30
6:00
8:30
, 7:00
9:00
9:00
10:00


Todo por la Patria
Ha=afas Espacial
S61vepe Quien Pueda
Inspector Leclerc'
La Comedia Silente
Cita Informal
Novel Semanal
Pelicula
Alegrias Infantiles
Furia
Patrulla de Caminos
Bonanza
Jefatura 97
Hong Kong
Pelicula


LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Pdlaroq 8a Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Cao-usel Hipjco.
1:10 Novelo Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina 'en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Tileres y C6micas
8:00 Conde de Montecristo
6:30 Ley del Revolver.
7:00 Nottlcias
7:30 Bin Tin Tin
8:00 Legi6n Extranlera
8:30 Murallas Blanicas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Buta 68
* 10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Aleqrtas Infcutiles
:2:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.'-
2:00 Momias d4 Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Conde de Monfecristo'
6:30 Yoai Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8
(vivoe musical)
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prislonera fNovela)
9:30 El TerceT Homhre
Ilo-n T-., .,erda Floia
10:30 Noticlas

MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diarie do 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 Momias de Guana.
uato. ,
5:30 Titeres 7 C6mlcds
-6:00 Conde de Montecristo
65:30 Lanceros de Bengala
7:110 Noticias
8 00 C6micos y Candone
9.- ln 0'is;--- Novela)
9:90 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias

JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 -Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:00 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana-
juato./
5:30 Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00 Conde de Montecristo
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)
9:3p Dimensi6n Descono-
cida
10:00 Mr. Lucky
10:30 Noticlas

VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 let Jackson
1245 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel HipIco
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momla de Guana-
Juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00 Conde de Montecrlsto
6:30 Bev6lver a Ia Orden
7:00 Noticias
7:30 fat 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 Infantnes
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Mi Carretilla y TY
1:30 Para la Familia
2:00 Momia de Guana.
uanlo.
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas_
6:00 Conde do Monte-
cristo.
6:30 Investigador .Sub-
marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
0:00o Iofictas
10:15 Pelicula


-Z ~ErI I" E LANOTICIA


REUBEN J. AIKMAN, Mecan6grafo en la
oficina del Ferrocarril de Panama en Cris-
t6bal, naci6 en Jamaica y vino al Istmo con
su madre, cuando era un infante.

Asisti6 a las escuelas de la Zona del Canal
e inici6 su servicio con el Canal de Panama
hace 34 aflos como mensajero en la oficina
de la vieja Divisi6n de Comisariatos en la
Secei6n de Camp Bierd con un sueldo de unos
$37.50 mensuales.

Como oficinista (abastos) en la Divisi6n
de Comisariatos, tenia a su cargo las 6rdenes
maritimas. Fue trasladado a la Imprenta
como oficinista (registro del inventario) y
hace como 2V afios fue trasladado a la Divi-
si6n de Ferrocarril.

El reside en- Col6n en donde ocasional-
mente actfia como juez de boxeo en encuen-
tros profesionales y aficionados. Su hijo, Ro-
gelio, es destacado jugado de basketball que
ha representado a Panama en varias compe-
tencias internacionales.


GORNETT H. HARTLEY, jefe oficinista
en la Divisi6n de Ferrocarril en Crist6bal
ha trabajado con la organizaci6n del Canal
de PanamA desde 1939, y todo su servicio ha
sido con la Divisi6n de Ferrocarril.

Comenz6 a trabajar como mensajero y
3igui6 ascendiendo hasta llegar a su cargo
ictuaL

Naci6 en-'Col6n y asisti6 a la escuela en,
el viejo Silver City, denominado ahora Rain-
bow City. Tambi6n tomo cursos nocturnos en
educaci6n general durante tres afios.

Sus pasatiempos son la caza y la pesca.







: A


JOSEPH N. SPRINGER, sub-jefe interino
en la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n en el sector
AtlAntico, ha estado con el Canal de Panama ..
desde 1939. ,
Naci6 en Silver City, ahora Rainbow City, '
on la Zona del Canal, y asisti6 a la escuela
on esta comunidad. "

Ha trabajado -como un -mozo de cocina
a bordo de remolcadores, como pasabarco en -
el Canal, y -como apuntador de tiempo de los
pasabarcos.
Reside en Col6n, y la nataci6n .es su prin -
cipal pasatiempo. .




CALENIARID ll E EVENTS

ABRIL
-7--Torneo Invitacional Internacional de Softball.
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.
10-14-Segunda -Feria de Azuero. En Los Santos.
10 al lo. de Mayo-Exposici6n de 6leos de Armando Mo-
rales, celebrado pintor nicaraguense radicado en Nueva
York. Institute Panamefio de Arte en el edificio del Ma-
gisterio Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio. H
32-VIERNES SANTOS.
16-18-Reuni6n de la Federaci6n Interamericana de Organiza-
ciones de Periodistas Profesionales FIOPP en Pana- ARCELIO NEWELL. quien
mA. este anfo se gradu6 de Bachi-

14-Domingo de Pascua. Iler en la Escuela Secundaria
20-Fiesta de Nuestra Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro (Ant6n). de' Rainbow City. complete e
20 -Jtiego de Cartas Pro-Caridad auspiciado por las Damas 22 de marzo oltimo las 50 mi-
del Canal de Panama. Club de Oficiales de Fuerte Ama-
dor. Hora: 1 p.m. Entrada: B. 1.00 Ilas en la Piscina de Rain.
21-27--Semana Nacional de Bibliotecas en la Zona del Canal. bow City, haci6ndose tambi6n
24 -Aniversario de la Independencia de Israel. eligible para el certificado,
25-29-Feria Agricola de la Provincia de Panama en La Chorre- insignia y emblema de la Cruz

26-28--IX Regata Anual de Cayucos a trav6s del Canal con la Roja Americana. Arcelio, quo
participaci6n de Muchachos Exploradores de Balboa y es salvavidas durante las vs.
de Crist6bal, a bordo de uno 25 cayucos. caciones, nad6 dos millas d*o-

27 -Torneo de Lanzadores de Lineas (sogas) en ]as Esclusas rias desde el 13 de febrsa.
de Pedro MigueL Participaran lanza-lineas de las tres Piensa viajar pronfo a le Mil
esclusas. tados, Unidos para estuf~lk

29 -Aniversario del natalicio del Emperador del Jap6n. avlaci6n. I.




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