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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 11, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum









PILLWAY

Vol. 1 No. 43 THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1963



Bill Would Hike


Disability Aid


Col. David S. Parker signs his oath of office after being sworn in as the new Lieutenant Go-
vernor of the Canal Zone. The ceremony took place in the office of Governor Robert j. Fleming,
Jr., in the presence of the Panama Canal Bureau Directors. Paul Runnestrand, Panama Canal
Executive Secretary, who administered the oath of office, stands at the left and Governor Flem-
ing at the right. In the background, ieft to right are L. A. Ferguson, Supply and Community Ser-
vices Director; Col. Matthew C. Harrison, Engineering and Construction Director; Capt. Axton T.
Jones, U.S.N. (Ret.), Transportation and Terminals Director; Edward A. Doolan, Personnel Direc-
tor; Frank A. Baldwin, Panama Canal Information Officer; and F. G. Dunsmoor, Deputy Exe-
cutive Secretary and Administrative Assistant to the Governor.


Completed


At Miraflores Locks


Both the; east and west lanes
of Miraflores Locks will re-
sume full operation Sunday fol-
lowing completion of the ex-
tensive Locks overhaul which
has been in progress since
early in January.
The overhaul work was com-
pleted on schedule today when
water was let back into the


empty west lane and testing
was started on the newly in-
stalled rubber sill and seal de-
tail and other new installations.
-It was expected that the
locks would be in full oper-
ation by Sunday morning.
Twenty-four hour operation of
the Pacific Locks will be con-
tinued however, because of the


PAN AMERICAN DAY
AND PAN AMERICAN WEEK 1963
WHEREAS the cooperative inter-American system
now known as the Organization of American States will
celebrate its seventy-third birthday on April 14,
1963; and
WHEREAS the first inter-American conference de-
dicated to the ideals of freedom and justice was held
on the Isthmus of Panama under the leadership of the
great South American statesman, Simon Bolivar; and
WHEREAS all persons dedicated to the operation
and protection of the Panama Canal for the benefit of
hemisphere and world commerce share the aspirations
of the citizens of the American Republics for economic
growth, social progress, and expanding frontiers of
opportunity; and
WHEREAS the people of the Canal Zone desire to
further mutual understanding and cooperation among
the peoples of the Isthmus and the Americas;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, ROBERT J. FLEMING, JR.,
Governor of the Canal Zone, do hereby proclaim Sunday,
April 14, 1963, as Pan American Day, and the week
from April 14 through April 20, 1963, as Pan American
Week. In the interests of inter-American friendship
and solidarity I urge all residents and interested or-
ganizations to participate in this celebration as tes-
timony to the historical ties and friendly relations which
unites the people of the Canal Zone with the peoples of
all the Americas.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the Canal
Zone to be affixed at Balboa Heights, Canal
Zone, this 20th day of March, 1963.

ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor
By the Governor:
P. M. RUNNESTRAND
Executive.. Secretary


heavy traffic requirements.
Approximately 700 men, most
of them Panamanians, were
employed by the Locks Divi-
sion on a temporary basis for
the three-month overhaul of
Miraflores Locks. Many of the
employees have worked on
previous locks overhaul and a
number came from interior
towns in the Republic. In ad-
dition, the Maintenance Divi-
sion hired 250 temporary em-
ployees for special jobs con-
nected with the overhaul.
The last of this type planned
for Miraflores, the overhaul
was divided into three phases,
each of about four weeks
duration. The first phase,
beginning early in January,
consisted of work on the center
wall culvert for, repair and
overhaul of normally submerg-
ed valves. The second phase,
started February 11, required
the removal of the east lane
from service to permit routine
maintenance designed to facil-
itate the 24-hour lane outage
overhaul plan to be used in.
future locks .overhauls.
During the last phase, com-
pleted this week, similar work
was done in the empty west
lane.
Overhaul work of the type
done at Miraflores this year is
scheduled for Pedro Miguel
Locks in 1965 and for Gatun
Locks in 1966.
Although traffic through the
Canal reached a high level fol-
lowing the settlement of the
U.S. East Coast dock strike in
February, there were few de-
lays to ships passing through
the Canal despite one-lane
operation at Miraflores. At no
time were more than 9 ships
held for transit on any one day
and all of these were sent
through the Canal the following
day. Canal traffic averaged 33
ships a day during most of the
overhaul.

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
Miraflores Locks 1923
Gatun Locks 250
Las Cruces, 8 trips 889
Reina Manuelita I, 3 trips 54
Passenger Ships, 1 276
GRAND TOTAL 3392


A proposal to increase cash
relief to disability retirees of
the Canal organization by $10
a month was introduced in
Congress Wednesday.
Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
announced the bill, designated
H.R. 5541, was introduced by
Congressman Herbert C. Bon-'
mer of North Carolina, chair-
man of the Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee of
the House of Representatives.
Gov. Fleming said the pro-
posal by the Canal organization
also would authorize the pay-
ment of cash relief to widows
of disability retirees. The pay-
ments to an estimated 600 sur-
viving widows would be ap-
proximately 50 per cent of the
amount which their former
spouses had received while a-
live.
To be eligible for payments,
the surviving widows would be
required to show that they
were married to the deceased
at the time of his retirement
and at the time of his death.
A third feature in the Canal
organization proposal, which
requires approval by Congress
before it can become effective,
would permit the continuation


of the nursing and medical
service program now being
provided by the Canal for dis-
ability retirees.
Cost of the $10 monthly in-
crease which would be provid-
ed for the disability retirees
if the Canal proposal is ap-
proved by Congress would be
approximately $382,000 per
year. The survivorship ben-
efits which the proposal provid-
es for widows and the health
benefits would cost an addition-
al $275,000 per year, Canal of-
ficials said. The increased ex-
penses would be financed from
Panama Canal revenues.
The 3,300 disability retirees
of the Canal organization range
in age from 36 to 94, with the
largest number, 253, being 74
years of age. Average age of
the retirees is 68, while the
median age is 73.



Los Santos


Fair Opens
President Roberto Chiari and


_-- Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr. head the list of prominent
Ci* v* c n 1 Isthmian officials attending the
agricultural and industrial fair
being held in the interior town
of Los Santos from April 10
l3tnaa-it wf an1 A'T to 14.


The Rainbo w City Civic
Council will be host at an open
meeting with Canal Zone Gov-
ernor Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
at the Rainbow City Theater on
Monday, April 15. The meeting
will open at 7:30 p.m.
This is the first Civic Council
meeting to be attended by the
new Canal Zone Lieutenant
Governor Col. David S. Park-
er, who will be introduced
to the Council members and
guests.
Problems presented by the
Civic Councils will be discuss-
ed, and members of the audi-
ence will have an opportunity
to participate in the discussion.
This is the first open meet-
ing of the Latin American
Civic Councils this calendar
year. Two other open meet-
ings with the Canal Zone Gov-
ernor will be held later in the
year.


The fair was inaugurated
Wednesday morning by Pres-
ident Chiari with the assist-
ance of Dr. Felipe Juan Es-
cobar, Minister of Agriculture,
Commerce and Industry.
Gov. Fleming was to travel
to Los Santos today to attend
the fair.
A large number of exhibits,
including a booth sponsored
by. the Panama Canal, will be
among the highlights of the
Los Santos Fair. The Panama
Canal exhibit will include
Selectrovision, a model of Mi-
raflores Locks, an exhibit of
photographs of the Panama
Canal and points of interest in
the Canal Zone.
The burritos Mancha and
Gato will be in Los .Santos to
give free rides to the children.
The Panama Canal also will
give the fair organizers two
calves from Mindi Farm to be
awarded as prizes.


2 Programs Placed


Under
Responsibility for man
control and the incentive a
program, both formerly
the Executive Planning
has been added to duties
office of Philip L. Steers
Comptroller.
The manpower control
gram will be administer
the Budget and Rates Di
A study of manpower c
procedures already under
is expected to comp
integrate manpower re
ments with the budget de
ment and reporting proc
The incentive awards
gram has been assigned
main Office of the Cor
ler. This program include


Comptroller
power cognition for and rewards to
wards employees for beneficial sugges-
under tions, and for superior ac.
Staff, complishments, outstanding per-
of the formance, or special acts of
s, Jr., service.
Incentive award recommenda-
pro- tions are acted on by a corn-
ed by mittee which has been reorga-
vision. nized to include the following:
control Comptroller (chairman), Mar-
r way ine Director, Engineering and
letely Construction Director, Supply
equire- and Community Service Direc-
evelop- tor, Transportation and Ter-
cess. minals Director, Personnel Di-
pro- rector, Health Director, and CL
to the vil Affairs Director. James
mptroL G. E. Maguire is secretary of
fes r- the counmittem


Overhaul


meets monuay








SPILL WAY


Anril 11_ 193


Opening



Concert



In May

Canal Zone Governor Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., was among
the early buyers of season
tickets for the 1963 concert
season organized by the Pan-
ama Concert Association, which
is scheduled to. ge under way
May 14 with the appearance of
the renowned violinist Jaime
Laredo, winner of the coveted
Queen Elizabeth of Belgium
1959 Prize.
Born in Bolivia, Laredo studied
in the United States and has
given recitals in the European
capitals as well as in the States.
Carnegie Hall.
Other famous artists to ap-
pear in the 1963 -season are:
June: Nicanor Zabaleta, har-
pist; July: young American
pianist Malcolm Frager; Aug-
ust: the famed Berliner Camer-
ata Muiscale quintet; Septem-
ber: cellist Adoff Odnoposoff;
October: Brazilian pianist Nelly
Hirsch de Ingram.


ligh ranking Isthmus Shriners, dressed in colorful regalia, line up in front of the lock gate
of the empty upper Miraflores west lane chamber following a Shrine ceremonial held to initiate 67
men into the Jodge. The place while Miraflores was nearing completion in 1913. The Miraflores west lane is presently un-
dergoing overhaul. From teft to right are Thomas C. Peterson, Alchemist. Ray D. Wison, First
Ceremonial Master; John W. Muller, Oriental Guide; Albert Benton, High Priest and Prophet;
Howard G. Gee, Chief Rabben; William Badders, Potentate; Donald Hulpmen, Assistant. Rabban;
John R. Bruland, Second Ceremonial Master; George 0. Cruse, Marshall; and Walter Alves,
Inner Guard.


Dessert, Card

Party April 20
The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group will hold a
charity dessert and card party
at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 20,
to raise funds for the organ-
ization's charitable work aim-
ed at assisting those in need
who are attempting to help
themselves.
The card party and dessert
at the Fort Amador Officers'
Open Mess will be open to the
public. Tickets are $1 each
and prizes will be awarded.
Those attending are asked to
bring score pads, pencils, and
cards for their own tables.

Medical Association
Will Meet Tuesday
The Medical Association of
the Isthmian Canal Zone will
meet in the Conference Room
of Gorgas Hospital at 7:31) p.m.
Tuesday.
The scientific program for
the evening will be a 10-year
survey of Go rgas Hospital
obstetrics by Dr. I. J. Strumpf,
Chief of the Obstetrics and
Gynecology Service at the hos-
pital.
A buffet will precede the
mIeeting.


Here's a Sketch of Shocking Subject


When, why and how to ground
electrical appliances in the
home are often puzzling prob-
lems to housewives.
That it is advisable to ground
appliances is generally under-
stood, but beyond that the aver-
age person often finds himself,
or herself, at a loss as to what
to do to be safe from serious
shocks, if not electrocution, in
the home.
Electricity can be likened to
water in many respects. When
we ppe water into a house, we
bare to arrange for it to be
piped aet again via sinks,
drains, and sewers. Failing
this, in its constant efforts to
get back into the ground, waste
water would fow all over the
flors, down the stairs, and out
the doors.
Electricity is much like this
except, of course, that wires
are 'sed to carry it, rather
thah pipes, but the -wires and
especially the insulation around
them can be thought of as
pipes. When electricity is "pip-
ed" -via an insulated wire into
a house and to an appliance,
we. must provide a return
"pipe" or wire for the "used"
electricity to get safely out Of
the house, back to the power
station, and to the ground l
hence the reason for the two
wires we normally find in pow-
er cords, extension cords, sock-
ets, etc.
As is well known, water will
leak away if there is a break
in a pipe or other part of the
system and, like water, elec-
tricity also will leak out of an
electrical system if there is a
fault or hole in the system,


such as a breakdown in the in-
sulation within an appliance,
extension cords, lamp, toaster,
etc. Therein lies the danger -
electrical leakages.
Such breakdowns in insulation
within appliances are frequent
occurrences due to wear, humid
climatic conditions, and abuse.
When this occurs, the electri-
city can leak out onto the
frame, case or other metallic
enclosure of the appliance,
seeking a way to get back into
the ground. Therefore, the ap-
pliance switch need not be in
the ON position for leaking
electricity to be present in the
frame. If the break in insula-
tion or fault lies ahead of the
appliance switch the frame will
always be charged, as long as
the appliance is plugged in.
The electricity will remain
there in the exposed metallic
parts of the appliance, wait-
ing for a conductive path to
be created through which it
can get back to the ground.
Such a path is created when
a person touches the defective
appliance and also touches any
other metallic object which is
-connected to, or completes a
path to the ground.
When a person provides this
path to the ground, he or she
will receive a shock as the
current races through the bo-
dy. Severity of the shock usual-
ly depends on bow good all
parts of the connection, to the
.ground are.
If a person touches a faulty
appliance and at the same time
touches a metallic wa te r
faucet or metallic sink, both
of which are excellent con-


doctors d-i electricity by way
of the water pipes running
from them to the ground,
chances of electrocution are
very good.
Similarly, the refrigerator
with an electrical leak in its
insulated electrical parts may
give a person only a mild
tingle when he or she touches
it while standing or' a dry
wooden floor, but if the floor
is damp or wet or if the
floor is of concrete or cement
tile, both of which tend to re-
tain some moisture, the elec-
tric shock can be severe,
even fatal.


/ I


Therefore, to avoid electri-
cal shocks in the home, it is
necessary to keep insulation
breakdowns in appliances to a
minianun, and, whenever pos-
sible and practical, provide
appliances with a third or
ground wire which, being a
better conductor than the hu-
man body, will be the first
choice of leaking electricity
for its path to the ground.
The first step, then, in home
protection is to buy and use
only tested and approved elec-


trial appliances and equip-
ment that are in good condi-
tion. This can be pretty well
ensured by looking for the sign
-of approval by the Under-
writers Laboratories, or the
National Board of Fire Under-
writers. It will be found on
the appliance or advertising
matter attached to it. It only
means, however, that the ori-
ginal sample submitted to the
testing laboratories was of
-sound electrical design and
construction, and that the
manufacturer agreed that all
similar appliances sold by him
will be equal. As soon as you
plug it in to an outlet, you
are on your own as to whether
maintenance has kept it in
a safe condition. Care and
inspection for worn and brok-
en parts due to wear and
abuse are up to you. At the
first sign of defect-especially
if you feel a tingle from the
device-unplug it and have it
repaired or thrown away. If
this isn't done, the device could
be a potential killer in the
home.
Needless to say, children
must be taught to keep away
from electrical wall outlets.
Sticking hair pins, bobby pins,
etc., into the holes in the out-
lets has caused the electrocu-
tion of many small children.
Keep ungrounded kitchen ap-
pliances unplugged when not in
use. This simple precaution by
itself can prevent many elec-
trocutions in the home. They
also should be kept off me-
tallic counters and away from
sinks, electric stoves, refri-
gerators, and grounded heavy-


duty appliances so that chil-
dren, especially, cannot touch
any two plugged-in appliances,
or a plugged-in appliance and
*a faucet, sink, or metallic pipe
at the same time.
Most modem heavy-duty ap-
pliances, such as washing ma-
chines, dryers, ironers, dish-
washers, etc., come equipped
with a third or ground wire,
evidenced by a three-pronged,
rather than a two-prv ged,
plug on the extension cord.
This ground wire will safely
conduct to ground electrical
leakages in the appliance which'
may later develop. This pro-
tection is a must, especially
where the machines are -oper-
ated on damp or wet floors or
near sinks, water pipes, etc. If.
your heavy-duty appliances arei
not so equipped, they can be:
made safe by a qualified, elec-
trician. Don't delay having
this change made if your
equipment needs it.
Lastly, for the home me-
chanic, check your 'electric
drills, saws, etc. They fall into
the category of heavy-duty
equipment, and shocks from!
faulty ones kill many home
owners each year. If the tools
did not come with a three-
pronged electrical plug, and if
you have electrical outlets for
two-pronged plugs only,
grounding the tools is usually
simple and, if done carefully,
is within the capabilities of the
average home mechanic. Be-
low are sketches which can
be followed for different cir-
cumstances and conditions.
However, in questionable eases
- don't gamble call in an
electrician! '


abbi OltCORTOOL 'PIGTIAIL WIRE ?4MUST
~t TTAHEDTOGRotlio


THIS HOME MADE PIGTAILMOST BE
CONNECTED TO GROUNDO


.IECoP.0


The pig tail of a three wire plug or daptor must be connec-
ed to to an auxiliary ground-such as water pipe, which lead&:
to the earth
Nover use "S gioe.


S.E.. E aLCTRIC TOO.... ,/
9tAi C OR FRICTION TAPEi METALF'RAME 1

To fit a conventional two wire home appliance with a third '
ground wire, connect a 14 or 16 gauge flexible copper wire
to metal frame of the tool and tape wire along power cord
to plug as shown.


Page Two


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April 11, 1963. sPI.L- L W A- -T



19 New C. Z. Swimming Records Set


More than 150 contestants received ribbons for first, see-
from Cristobal, Balboa, Gain- end and third places, and the
boa, Fort Kobbe, Fort Clayton, record-breakers received token
and Albrook Air Force Base trophies. But all contestants
competed in 42 events in a swim swam as if they were in the
meet Saturday at the Albrook Olympics.
pool when 19 new Canal Zone
long course swimming records Two or more new records
were set. A standing-room were set by Judy Redmond of
crowd of spectators applauded Coco Solo, Lee Martin of Bal-
enthusiastically as record after .xoa, Ralph Morgan of Albrook,
record was shattered, and Linda Benton ot Gatun.
T h e competitors weren't Canal Zone records set at this
competing for big prizes. They swim meet were:
50 Meter Freestyle Girls 15 and 16-Judy Redmon, Crisotbal. New
Record: 32.1. Old Record: 32.4. Also gets credit for Women's
Open Division. New Record 32.1. Old Record 33.5.
100 Meter Backstroke- Girls 11 and 12-Lee Martin, Balboa, NR: 1:36:8
OR: None.
100 Meter Backstroke Boys 11 and 12-Denis Jacobs, Balboa. NR:
1:31:1. OR: None.
100 Meter Backstroke Boys 13 and 14-Greg Eleofterin, Albrook AFB.
NR: 1:31:7. OR: 1:32:5.
100 Meter Backstroke Girls 15 and 16-Judy Redmon, Cristobal. NR:
1:19:7. OR: 1:41:6. Also gets credit for Women's Open Division.
NR: 1:19:7. OR: 1:37:6.
100 Meter Butterfly Boys 11 and 12-Ralph Morgan, Albrook AFB.
NR: 1:38:2. OR: None.
100 Meter Butterfly Girts 11 and 12-Lee Martin, Balboa. NR: 1:51:4.
OR: None.
100 Meter Butterfly Girls 13 and 14-Ethlin Riley, Ft. Clayton. NR:
1:37:4. OR: 1:45:0.
100 Meter Butterfly Girls 15 and 1F-Linda Benton, Cristobal. NR:
1:29:5. OR: 1:45:6. Also gets credit for Women's Open Division.
NR: 1:29:5. OR: 1:39:9.
50 Meter Breaststroke Girls 1I and Under-JoAnn Roth, Balboa. NR:
:50:8. OR: :5&:4.
100 Meter Breaststroke Boys 11 and 12-Ralph Morgan, Albrook AFB.
NR: 1:44:2. OR: None-.
100 Meter Breaststroke Girls 11 and 12-Sharon Baker, Albrook AFB.
NR: 1:44:8. OR: None.
100 Meter Breaststroke Boys 15 and T6-Roark Summerford, Batlboa
NR: 1:27:6. OR: None.
100 Meter Breaststroke Girls 15 and 16-Christy Jenner, Balboa.
NR: 1:50:7. OR: None. Also gets credit for Women s Open Di-
vision. NR: 1:50:7. OR: 1:52:9.
100 Meter Freestyle Womens Open-Judy Redmon, Cristobal-
NR: 1:12:6. OR:. 1:18.


SET C.Z. SWIM RECORDS: Nineteen new Canal Zone long course swimming records were set
last Saturday at the Albrook Air Force Base pool. Leading the assault on records were, from left:
Ralph Morgan of Albrook, Lee Martin of Balboa, Judy Redmond of Coco Solo, and Linda Benton:
of Gatun. Judy Redmond won the l0-meter freastyte in a photo finish over Linda Benton. Both
girls beat the standing Canal Zone records by more than five seconds. Judy Redmond establish-:
ed four other new records, including shattering the old backstroke record 'by over '22 seconds
Lee Martin of Balboa established two new records for 11 and 12-year girls in the backstroke and
butterfly events.


Tono Gordon Tops in


The annu 4 1963 Pacific by Cyril Sampson; Elga, by Morret o01 tepubteicano
Softball League-International Coleman Sasso; the Pacific strikeouts, 3-hitter in 14
Abernathy Towrnament,- he d Divisional Stars, by Hubert nings; McNair Lane of ,Abe
at 'the baseball and softball Johnson; Ft.. Kobbe, by Sgt. thy (28 complete innings,
leagues parks in Balboa, was Cordova; Abernathy Unisports, west ERA-143); Charles W(
a-. o",rwh .,ring success as by Bi'l De La Mater; Ft. Clay- of the 1963 Champion T
the top 16 civilian and military ton, 1962 Invitational Chain- Gordon (runner-up lowest E
teams of ,the Canal Zone and pions, managed by Jessie 177); B. Mead of Philips
the Republic. of Panama vied .Burdick; Philips Radio, by dio; B. Woods of White Ho
for the championship. A single Bill Nickisher; White Horse, by Jessie Burdick of Ft. Clay
elimination tournament started George McArthur; Pan Liqui- and B. Spivey of Ft. KobW
Saturday, April 6, and finished .do, by Sam, Catle't; and thd Highlighting the tournam
on Sunday,; April 7, in a dra- .U.S. Navy, by Gary Nuss. was three-,nning exhib
matic climax, with dark horse softball game between d
Tono .Gordow of. the Panama The, tournament was do- taries of the Canal hone
Major Softball League defea- minated by superb pitching the Republic. of Panama
ting Abernathy-Unisports 6-2 in performances, evidenced by proceeded the champion
the finals. the many low batting averages,. game on Sunday.
the strikeout totals, and the
Teams participating were; low number of baseson-balls. Participating iere: Col.
Republican, managed by Gui,- issued. Standouts in the pitch- vid Parker, Lientenant Go
liermo Diaz;. Tono Gordon, ing department were Levew Hil- nor; Col. Matthew Harri
managed by Antouia Gordon; zinger of. Mauricio (13 strike- Engineer and Construction
Maurioio, by Burke Rios;. outs) and A. Lopez of Guardia, rector; W. Mihulich,' Sp$
Guardia Nacionali by Maj. Nacional (16 strikeouts) in a Services Officer; Frank 1
Urrutia; Chitre 'All Stars, by 14-inniming, duel, 10 victory., by win, Information Officer; B
Sion Cohen; ITasco Goodyear, the Guardia: Nacional; Eddie Everson, Civil Affairs Direc


FIANIK A. BALDWIN, Paname Canal Information officer shows hs skiff as a catcher
ing thte akibitie soteball game between Chiefs and Executives last Su mdV at the Pacific
bal Leeawa Perk in Balboa. Behind Baldwin is the umpire P. Casteaedas, while ne of the I
ers tries to hit a pitc


Tourney CopsPant

20 John Hollen, Chief, Executive
in- Planning Staff; L. A. Ferguson, Mutual Of Omaha,. with brnit
rnta-, Supply and Cotnuiati..y Service liant fielding andt hitting, 'ce
lo- Director; Col. Juhian Lockhart, ped the 1963 Isthir.ian Little
;elsh, Post Commander, Ft. Clayton; League pennant. C.B.S. the
Tonso Paul Runnestrand, Executive strongest opponent ao tie inshr-'
BRA- Secretary; Robert Walker, anee lbys, fell apart in the
Ra- Chief, Internal Security;. Forest closing phase of the se on 'and
arse; Dux ns Adminstrative As-r Nestle-Maggi, after -a shaky
rse; Dtmsoor, Adminstrickive As-y start, came on strong at the
'ton; sistant; J. Patrick v antey, end of the season, winning four
'e. Assistant Executive Secretary; straight games, hut this wa.s
meant Robert Jeffrey, Staff Assi.; not enough to catch up with
ition Larry Horine, Supervisor, hy- the Omaha lads, and they had
igni- sical Education CZ Schools; to settle as sub-champs,.
and Maj. Daniel Leininger, Military
that Assistant to the Governor; Col. STANDINGS
(ship E. Fugelso, Health Director; Teams W L. Pet.,
Col. H. W. Post, Internal Securi- Mutual of Omaha 8 4 .666
ty; Tomas Cupas, Information Nestle-Maggi 7 ,4 .583
Da- Office; Jose f*emon, President, C. B. S. 6 &, .500,
over- R.P. Commercial League; Spur Cola 4 8 .333
ison, Nauricio Menasche, Sponsor,..
Di- R. P. Major League; A Polo, All-Star teams representing
ecial R. P. Major League; Victor the Leagues of Curundu, Petro
ald- Camilo, President, R.P. Major Miguel and Rainbow ,City, w
B. I. Softball League; Charles Aber-, take part in this. tournan.,
-tor! nathy, Sponsor Pacific Softball guel Little Lea
.League; and Don Byerl'y, Ma- Park. The inaugural game will
nager, Abernathy, S.A. he played between Rainbow
pTrphies and awards were City, 1962 tournament champs,
presented by Charles Abernal and Pedro Miguel at 4 p.m.
thy, sponsor of the Invitational Curunda will play their first
Abernathy Softbll Tournament, tournament game Monday,
'to. the first, second, and third 'April 22, at. Pedro. Miguel. .The
Place teams: Tons Gordon, trophy donated by the VFW of
r champions; Abernathy Unis- Curmndu and won by the Rain-
ports runner-up, and Republi- how City Allstars in 1982 will
cano, third police. be at stake. This trophy will
The MVP Trophy Award was become the permanent posses
announced after the. decision for three consecutive years.
of the six umpires, the scorer,
managers of teams evaluated SCHEDULE OF THE
the records. After the elimina- ALLSTAR TOURNAMENT
tion of names of players, the
contest for the MVP .award Wednesday, April T17, I Rain-
beween NcNair Lane of Aber- how City vs. Pedro Miguel at
nathy Unisports and Charles Pedro Miguel.
Welsh of Tone Gordon was Saturday, April 20, Pedro Mi.
analyzed based or the most guel vs. Rainbow City at. gain-
effective contributions to team bow City. Mi-
victories- ERA, RBI's, bat- Monday, April 22, PedrqMi
S ting average, most innings guet vs. Ciurtdu at Curn
j' completed, strikeouts, etc. The Thursday, April 25, CurP ds
result of the committee deci- vs. Pedro Miguel at Pedo Mi-
sion favored Lane over Welsh. guel.
Lane had an ERA of .1465 to vs. ainbow City at Rainbow
Welsh's .0w0, Lane's. strike- ity.
outs to Welsh's S strikeouts, Wednesday, May 1, Raimbew
dur- and each had an RBI of one. City vs. Cwrutdu at CrtmKh.
Saft- Lane pitched 28 complete i- Al Satwrday games wi slee
ptay- sings. Welsh pitched 1&% in- at l:3f p.m. All ethiA g-pm
nings. Each won 3 games. wiB start at 4:3 p ~m.


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SPILL WWA Y .April 11, 1963


~EQLE IN THE SPOTLIGW~


NEW MAJOR A gold oak leaf representing the rank of major Is pinned on Major Luis F.
Montaner, Chief of Pediatries Service and this year's Chief of the Medical Staff, Coco Solo Hos-
pital, by Mrs. Montaner. The "pinning on" ceremony took place before Lt. Colonel Ralph E.
Conant, Superintendent of Coco Solo Hospital. Major and Mrs. Montaner, whose home is in Puerto
Rico, have resided on the isthmus since the fall of 1960, when Major Montaner was appointed
Chief of Pediatries Service at Coco Solo Hospital.


THE GOVERNOR'S SAFETY
TROPHY was presented the
Supply and Community Service
Bureau by Canal Zone Govern-
or Robert J. Fleming, Jr., in
recognition of the safety record
established by this Bureau.
The trophy is awarded annual-
ly to the bureau achieving the
highest percentage improve-
ment in its annual disabling in-
jury frequency rate over its
own previous three calendar
year average.
L. A. rerguson, Director of
the Supply and Community
Service Bureau. stated "I am
proud and privileged to accept
this trophy on behalf of the
Bureau. In winning the Gov-
ernor's Trophy, the Supply and
Community Service Bureau set
several records never before
attained."


SUBERT TURBYFILL


Scout Week Set
The International Boy Scouts
of the Canal Zone will cele-
brate Boy Scout Week April 21
through 27 in conjunction with
the 16th anniversa-ry of the
organization.
Theme for this year's observ-
ance is "Building Character,
That's Scouting."
Opening the week's program
Sunday, April 21, exemplifying
the "Duty to God" phase of
Scouting, all scouts and scout-
ers will attend church in the
faith of their choice. ("A Scout
I lReverent"' is one .l t01


RE I ,,MORM EN W .... . .
Subert Turbyfill, Dean of Men and Director of the Canal
Zone Junior College. Summer Session, has been awarded a
silver cup as an outstanding faculty sponsor by Phi Theta
Kappa Fraternity, the honorary scholastic fraternity for
Junior Colleges in the United States.
The presentation was made last week in Miami Beach,
Florida, where Mr. Turbyfill took part in the national con-
vention of the fraternity.
Darleen Powell, president of the local chapter of the
fraternity and official delegate to the convention, received
a silver cup in behalf of Dejaun Brown, Canal Zone Junior
College student who wrote the best feature article to appear
in the Phi Theta Kappa National Fraternity magazine this
year.
This was the second time that Mr. Turbyfill had been
invited to appear on the national program of the honorary
scholastic fraternity for Junior: Colleges in the United
States. in 1958, he was the keynote speaker at the national
convention in North Carolina. He was also featured as a
speaker in 1961 on the program of the national convention
of the Speech Association of America in New York City.
A teacher of speech and dramatics in the Canal Zone
Division of Schools, Mr. Turbyfill was instrumental .n esta-
blishing Phi Theta Kappa in the Canal Zone Junior College.
He has been faculty sponsor for the fraternity during the 18
years that the group has had a chapter here. He is also
one of the few honorary members of National Phi Theta
Kappa.


::Gente en la Noticia".


on opposite page


RONALD D. WILLIAMS, dis-
patcher of launches with the
Navigation Division at Cristo-
bal, has worked with the Pan-
ama Canal organization since
1928. He started with the Retail
Store Branch in Mt. Hope and
was transferred to his present
position in 1957.

WILBERT T. DRYDEN, clerk
ivUh .h N-as Rto.


Cristobal, entered th
ization November
Born at the Ancon He


Science 'Exhibit


At Balboa High


Opens Tuesday

All Balboa High School clubs
have been invited to participate
in the Balboa High School
S ci e n c e Exhibit, scheduled
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day, April 16, 17, and 18. The
general theme of the exhibit
will be "Science is an Every-
day Affair."
In past years, the science
exhibit has been confined large-
ly to exhibits by the science
classes, the Balboa High School
Science Club, and a few in-
dividuals. This year, in keep-
ing with the modern philosophy
that science, its activities or
the products of these activities,
permeates all daily lives, the
Science Club invited all the
other clubs in the school to be
represented in the Science Ex-
hibit.
John C. Knick, Assistant
Principal of Balboa High
School, will be in overall charge
of the Science Exhibit, repre-
senting the administration.
John A. Banasick and Lyle
V. Jenkins of the Balboa High
School faculty are co chairmen
of the Science Exhibit.
The Balboa High School
Science Club, especially its of-
ficers, will act as an advisory
and coordinating committee.
The Science Exhibit will be
open to the public next Tues-
day through Thursday from
8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. and, in
addition, will be open on Wed-
nesday, April 17, from 6 to
9 p.m.


Coming


Events

APRIL
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 -Latin American Civic
Council meeting at Rain-
bow City theater, 7:30
p.m.
15 -General meeting of Pan-
ama Canal Women's
Welfare Group at Train-
ing Center, 9:30 a.m.
16-18-Meeting of Inter-Amer-
ican Federation of Pro-
fessional Newspapermen
Organizations in Pan-
ama.
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
S 3584 or 3367.
21-27--National Library Week.
24 -Anniversary of Independ-


ence of Israel.
25-29-Agricultural F a i r in
Chorrera.
26-28--Canal Zone Boy Scout
Cayuca race through
Canal.
27 -Line Throwers Contest at
Pedro Miguel Locks.
27 -Orchid Chapter No. 1,
he organ- Order of Eastern Star,
21, 1941. charity ball and card
hospital, he party, 8 p.m., Tivoli
ia^,at .nd Guest House.


atrrendaea dSa Bov.a .. .oi -
then went to Kingston, Ja-
maica. He first worked as a
printer at the Mt. Hope Print-
ing Plant and in 1952 was
transferred to the Navigation
Division as a deckhand. Mar-
ried, he lives in Crlistobal with


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
^- ~ ri, y w* "'<*wg


CFN-TV

SCHEDULE


SUNDAY

1:00 Parade of Sports
2:30 Chapel ol the Air
3:00 Pro Bowlers Tour
4:30 Dennis Day
5:00 Tennessee Ernie
Ford
5:30 Championship Bridqe
6:00 CFN News
6:15 S-.cred Heart
6:30 Expedition Colorado
7:00 Land of the Free
7:30 Danny Thomas
8:00 Ed Sullivan
8:50 Weekend News Re.
view
9:00 Price is Right
9:30 Merv Griffen
10:15 Alumni Fun
10:30 Christophers
11 :00-Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Tonight

MONDAY
4:50 Billboard
S5:00 First Edition
5:05 Magic Land of Ala.
kazam
5:30 Travel Time
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Zane Grey Theater
7:00 Bienvenido
7:15 Greatest Dramas
7:30 Dick Van Dyke
8:00 Dinah Sttore
%*- ., yN New.rs
9:00 Movie Time "They
Were So Young"
10:15 A.F.N.R.
10:30 Medic
11:00 Final Ed tion
10:15 Travel Time .
11:15 Enc: Ed Sullivan


TUESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
American Civil War
4 Star Edition
True Adventure
Services in Action
Armed Forces News
Andy Griffith
Garry Moore
CFN News
Armchair Theatre
"Tough Assingment"
Jack Paar Show
r-inal ditin
Enc: Diinah Shore

WEDNESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Shari Lewis Show
Science in Action
4 Star Edition
Report
Around and About
Newsreel
Steve Canyon
Perry Como Show
CFN News
Tonight
Fight of the Week
t-al Fditlon
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 All-Star Cnolf
S:00 Here's Edie
P.R. r'PNr News
9:00 Sin-r Along with
Mitch
10:00 T hrsday Theatre
"Western Pacific
Agent"
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY


4:50 Billboard
5:00 Firkt Editon
5:05 Magic Midway
5:30 harvest
6:00 4 Stvr Edition
6:35 Report
6:50 Interview
7:00 Ted Mr-ck
7:30 D4y Bishop
8:00 Bell telephone Hour
8:55 CYS News
S9:" Candid Camera
9:30 I've Got A Secret
In-C Rig, tov
110:30 Stump The Stars
11 -n r;, rj #;tion
s11:15 r-;#v r-f Theater
"FBI GIT"

SATURDAY
1:00 Cartoon Carnival
2:00 Capt. Kangaroo
2:45 Sat Matinee "Tiley
were so Young"
4:00 Exploring
5:00 School Story
5:30 Sports Timne
6:00 CFN News
6:20 Billboard
6:30 Pia Picture
7:00 Gale Storm Show .
7:30 To Tell The Truth
2:00 Lawrence Welk
8:55 CFNW *ws
9:00 Circle Theater
10:00 Big Time Wrostling
10:30 What's Mv Line
11:00 Final Bdition .
11:i3 Enu Bell Telephone
Hour








DIA PANAMERICANO
Y SEMANA PANAMERICANA DE 1963
QUE el sistema cooperative Interamericano cono-
cido en la actualidad como la Organizaci6n de Estados
Americanos celebrarA su septuag6slmotercer aniversa-
rio de existencia el 14 de abril del present afio; y
QUE la primera conferencia Interamericana dedi-
cada a los ideales de libertad y justicia fu6 celebrada
en el Istmo de Panama con el liderato del gran estadista
suramericano Sim6n Bolivar; y
QUE toda persona dedicada al funcionamiento y
protecciin del Canal de Panama en beneficio del he-
misferio y comercio mondial acoje las aspiraciones de
los ciudadanos de. las republicas americanas en cuanto
al desarrollo econ6mico, progress social, y la expansion
de 4as fronteras capacitadoras; y
QUE es el deseo do los residents de la Zona del
Canal impulsar la mutua comprensi6n y cooperaci6n
entire los pueblos del Istmo y de las Americas;
POR CUANTO que el infrascrito ROBERT J. FLE-
MING, Jr., Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, proclama
el domingo dia 14 de abril del present afio, como Dia
Panamericano y la semana comprendida entire el 14 y 20
de abril de 1963 como Semana Panamericana. En pro de
los intereses de amistad y solidaridad Interamericana,
exhorta a todos los residents y entidades interesadas
que participen en la celebraci6n de este acontecimiento
en testimonio de los vinculos hist6ricos y de relaciones
de amistad que unen los residents de la Zona del Canal
a los pueblos de todas las Am6ricas.

EN FE DE LO CUAL estampo mi firma y
fijo el sello de la Zona del Canal ,en Bal-
boa Heights, Zena del Canal, el dia 20
de Marzo de 1963.
ROBERT J. FLEMING Jr.
Gobernador
Por el Gobernador:
P. M. RUNNESTRAND
Secretario Ejecutivo


Proyectan Aumento de $10 Para

Pensionados Por Incapacidad


Hoy se present al Congreso
norte-americano una moci6n
encaminada a aumentar en diez
d6lares la mensualidad que se
dA a los retirados por incapa-
cidad de la orgarnizaci6n del
Canal, segn anuncio hecho por
el Gobernador Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr.
El proyecto de Ley H.R. 5541,
fue presentado por el congre-
sista Herbert C. Bonner, de Ca-
iolina del Norte, quien preside
la Comisi6n de la Marina Mer-
cante y Pesca de la CAmara
de Representantes.
El Gobernador Fleming reve-
16 que la moci6n tambi6n con-
templa autorizar el pago en
efectivo a las viudas de los re-
tirados por incapacidad. El pa-
go, que beneficiaria como 600
viudas, montaria al 50 por cien-
to de lo que recibia el c6nyu-
ue cuando vivo.
Para ser acreedora a esos
pagos las viudas sobrevivien-
tes tendrAn que comprobar que
estaban cansadas con el difun-
to a la 6poca en que se retire
y en la fecha de su deceso.


El Gobernador

y el Concejo
El Concejo Civico de Rainbow
City serAn los anfitriones el lu-
nes 15 del mes en curso cuan-
rd. se reufnan a las 7 y 30 de
la noche para recibir al Gober-
nador de la Zona del Canal, Ro-
bert J. Fleming, Jr.
Esta sera la primera reuni6n
de un Concejo Civico en que
tst6 present el uevo icego-
bernador. coronel David S.
Parker. quien serA presentado
a los asistentes del acto.
Durante la reunion se debati-
ren asuntos que fueren presen-
tados a la discusi6n, partici-
pando en ella tambien los es-
pectadores. si asi o10 desearen.
Esta serA la primera sesi6n
de los Concejos Civicos Latino-
americanos este aho; otras dos,
Aue se celebrarAn en agosto y
en noviembre, contarAn tam-
bien con la presencia del Go-
bernador.


Un tercer aspect del proyec-
to relanvo a la organizaci6n
del Canai (el cual tendri que
ser aprobado por el Congreso
antes de surtir efactos) permi-
tirma que se continuasen dispen-
sando los servicios m6dicos y
de enfermeras que ahora se
prestan a los retirados inhabi-
litados.
El aumento de $10 mensuales
que entrafia el proyecto en
menci6n, montaria globalmente
a como $382.000 anuales, case
de Ilegar a convertirse en ley.
Los beneficios que se extende-
rian a las viudas y las presta.
ciones medicas y de enferme.
ras antes citadas. montarian z
otros $275.000 anuales. Los de.
sembolsos serian cubiertos d(
las entradas del Canal de Pa
namA.
La edad de los 3 300 retirado,
por incapacidad del Canal do
PanamA, fluctda entire los 3N
y los 94 afios; el grupo mayoi
lo comprenden 253 personas do
74 afios.


I I

Vol. 1 No. 43 JUEVES 11 DE ABRIL UDb IYOJ



La Contraloria Controla


De ahora en adelante la Con-
traloria ha asumido la respon-
sabilidad por la administraci6n
de las fuerzas de trabajadores
y por el program de premios
por incentive que anteriormen-
te incumbian a la Oficina de
Planificaci6n.
La Division de Presupuesto y
Tarifas administrarA lo relative
a las fuerzas de trabajadores.
El studio que se realize sobre
procedimientos administrativos


de las fuerzas de trabajadores
contribuiraf, segin se espera, a
una mayor integraci6n de los
Tequerimientos de trabajadores
con el desarrollo de presupues-
tos y su process' analitico.
El program de premios por
incentive ha sido asignado a la
Contraloria propiamente dicha.
El program comprende el re-
conocimiento y retribuci6n a
los empleados por sugestiones
beneficiosas, realizaciones ex-
traordinarias, ejecutorias sobre-


salientes o servicios de natura-
leza especial.
Las recomendaciones sobre
premios por incentive las hace
una comisi6n que ha quedado
re-organizada a fin de incluir
a los siguientes: el Contralor
(quien ]a preside); el Director
de Marina; el de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n; el de Abasto y
Servicios Comunales; el de
Transportes y Terminales; el
de Personal; el de Salubridad y
el de Asuntos Civiles.


Viento en Popa Marcha



La 11 Feria de Azuero


El President de PanamA,
Roberto F. Chiari y el Gober-
nador de la Zona del Canal,
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., enca-
bezan la lista de personalida-
des distinguidas que asisten a
la gran Feria Agricola e Indus-
trial de Azuero.
La Feria fue inaugurada en
Los Santos el mi6rcoles por el
President Chiari y su Minis-
tro de Agricultura, Lic. Felipe
Juan Escobar y continuara has-
ta el dia 14 del mes.
El' Gobernador Fleming pro-
yecta salir hoy para Los San-
tos.
Numerosos kioskos de exhi-
bici6n han sido levantados en
la citada ciudad interiorana pa-
ra esta ocasi6n inclusive uno
correspond;ente al Oanal de
Panama q' contiene aparato de
Selectrovisi6n, un modelo de
las. esclusas de Miraflores y
una exposici6n de fotografias
de sitios de interns en la Zona
del Canal y el Canal de Pa-
namA.
Los burritos de Summit, Man-
cha .y Gato, tambien viajaron
esta vez al interior para estar
presents en esta nueva Feria
y pasear sobre sus lomos a
los nifios.


Terminan


Entre los premios de la Fe-
ria de Azuero figuran dos ter-


neros de Mindi donados por .el
Canal de Panama.'


11 Viviendas Alzan en


La Boca Para Soheros


Hoy


Ya se han echado las bases
para once nuevas vivendas pa-
ra solteros que serAn levanta-
das en La Boca, Zona del Ca-
nal.
Por primer vez se constrii-
rAn casas para solteros tipo
bungal6, es decir, no levanta-
das sobre pilares. Los inmue-
bles cons'sdirAn de sala-come-
dor, cocinita, cuarto de vestir-
se, bafio, recamara, y porch,
Tendran ademAs, cuarto para
la servidumbre, cochera y Area
de servicio.
Estas 11 unidades son part
dc las 36 ahora en construcci6n
para alojar a solteros. Veintin-
co otras estarain localizadrs en
la calle Frangipani, de Ancon,
y estarAn terminadas en octu-
bre. Las de La Boca estarAn
listas en diciembre del afo en
curso.


Las Obras


De Reacondici onamiento


Tanto la senda este cuanto
la oeste de las esciusas de Mi-
raflores estarAn funcionando
normalmente desde el domin-
go al concluirse Celizmente la
tarea de limpieza ) re-acondi-
cionamiento inicia.a a princi-
pRos de enero de e-te aiio.
El trabajo termino boy den-
tro del lapso de tempo prefija-
do cuando se llen6 de agua
nuevamente la senda oeste y sc
prob6 la eficacia de los nuevos
cierres hermeticos y otras ins-
talaciones.
Se espera que las esclusas
est6n funcionando a plena ca-
pacidad el domingo en la ma-
fiana. Las esclusas del litoral
pacifico se mantendrAn en ser-
vicio de 24 horas debido a la
intensidad del trAnsito marifi-


mo.
Una fuerza de cerca de 700
hombres la mayoria paname-
nor fue empleada con carAc-
ter interino en las labores de
lmpieza de las esclusas de Mi-
raflores, que llevaron 3 meses.
Muchos de los obreros trabaja-
wn en areas similares ante-
riormente y algunos de ellos
-roceden del interior La Divi-
"'6n de Mantenimiento por
su part enganch6 unos 250
humbres. en interinidad para
l. bores especiales en conexi6n
con la obra principal de la lim-
p.eza.
Esta serA la filtima vez que
se realice trabajo semejante
ya que en el future, se utiliza-
rAn m todos nuevos.
La tarea de limpieza se rea-


liz6 en ties etapas, llevando
cada una como 4 semanas. La
primera etapa empez6 en ene-
ro concentrandose en la alcan-
tarilla central donde se limpie-
ror valvulas normalmente su-
mersas. La segunda etapa se
iraci6 el 11 de feDrero v puso
tuera de uso la senda este de
las esclusas para realizar en
ella trabajos de limpieza y re-
acondicionamiento de las es-
Iructuras. asi como la mstala-
ci6n de algunas modificaciones
que se introducian a fin de pro-
piciar los planes para el futu-
ro, cuando el tranajo de lim-
pieza se espera qje se pueda
tealizar en s6lo 24 horas.
Durante la 61tima fase, ter-
minada esta semana se hizo un
trabajo similar en Ja senda oer


te de las esclusas de Miraflo-
res. Obras semejantes se pro-
yectan para 1965 en Pedro Mi-
guel y para 1966 en Gatuin.
Afin cuando el transit de na-
vcs por el Canal se intensific6
al concluir la huelga portuaria
de la costa este de los Estados
Unidos, en febrero. hubo poca
demora en las travesias. a pe-
sar de estar funcionando ini-
camente una de las dos sen-
das.
JamAs hubo mAs de 9 barcos
agruardando turno y siempre
se les di6 al dia siguiente, a
mas tardar.
Las travesias diarias subie-
ron a 33 naves durante las
obras de limpieza y re-acondi-
cionamiento de las eselusas bioy
terminada.


El (nal Je PanamA








PILLWAY


Supermercado de

Paraiso Abre Hoy
La seeci6n de comestibles
del supermercado de Paraiso
permaneceri abierta de 8 y
30 a 12 y 30 de la mariana y
de 2 y media a 5 y media de
la tarde de hoy jueves 11 de
abril.
La media extraordinaria
se adopt para beneficio de
la comunidad ya que estando
en Semana Santa y siendo
manana Viernes Santo pre-
cisaria a muchos hacer sus
compras de fin de semana
hoy mismo.
Y *4






P4a Des"


SPILLWAY


Abril 11 de 1963


Esquema

Cuando., c6mo y per qud co- los .toi
nectar a tierra los artefactos e- Corn
lectrieo en el hagar se convier- so cue
te con frecuencia en problems *'orificio
complcados para las anmaa de quier
casa. m o.ela
Es claramente compressible bidn s
que el asltamiento. de dichos a- instala
paratos es aconsejable, pero a- ra algi
part de ello, la persona -comin la con<
y corriente a menudo se en- aislant
cueatra en la ignorancia de sa- fact,
ber c6mo .resguardarse de con- lAmpar
mociones eleetricas cuande no &lli el
de la electroceui misma en gas el6
su hogar.
La electricidad puede compa- Estas
rarse al agua en muchos as- en los
pectos. Cuanda canalizamos el frecueo
agua para la easa per medio de a. las i
tuberias tenemos que proveer humed
s- desague por medio. de la- esto sa
,rmanos. fregaderos y Wtras de cola
formas de desagiie. Si no lo cala n
hacemos .asi. el agua usada se cando
derramaria por los stielos, se la- tiern
precipitaria per tas escaleras Por
y por fuera de las puertas en artefac
so esfuerzo constant por vol- star
ver a la tierra. CENDJ
cidad
Con la electricidad sucede ca- falta o
si lo misnmo con ia excepcidn, dor oec
per .supuesto. que la canalizan cmutad(
los alambres en lugar de tubos z6n seo
rsm los. alaUbres, y especial- gad. (
mente el material aislante al- dicho i
rededar de ellos, puede compa- nectadi
rarse a la tuberia Cuando se La e
",analina* la electricidad para- present
use en la casa o en un artefac- eas de
to a traves de un alambre ais- conduct
lante, debemos proveer el ca- da hac
nal de deScarga o alamore pa- e coni
.r que la electricidad usada rersoa
pueda sair coon eguridad do la fectuos
easa de regreso a la central ea cua
fie energia y- a la tierra. He licoequ
qjui *a raa6a per la cuAl eneon- terra
tramos conlaumente dos alamn- ducto
bres en el cord6n de energia Si la
eltctrica en las extensions, en facto


Sobre


macorrientes, etc.
o e& bien sabido, el agua
la a trav6s de cualquier
o. en la tuberia a cual-
parte del sistema y, co-
ague, la electricidad tam-
e filtrora par cualquier
cian electric si hubie-
on desperfecte o da4to en
exi6n tales come material
e defectuoso en el arte-
atambre de extension,
ra, tostador. etc. Y de
peligro de las descar-
ectrieas.
s tallas de aislamiento
artefactos ocurren con
ncia debide al de&gaste,
condiciones elimiticas deo
ad y al abuse. Cuando
icede la electricidad pue-
arse hasta et armaz6a o
ietalica del aparato bus-
un camino de regrese a
ra.
ello, el conmutader del
*tos eloctrico no necesita
en la posici6n de "EN-
[DO" para que la electri-
pase al armazda. Si la
-tesperfecto en el aisla-
urre mAs. alli del con-
or del aparato- el arma-
encontrari slempre car-
de electricidad mientras
aparato se mantenga co-
o.
lectrieidad se mantendr4
te en las parties metAti-
l aparato aguardandt el
to mediante el cual pue-
er conexi6n a tierra. Es-
lucto se crea cuando una.
a toca el artefacto de-
0o. # al mismo tiempo to,
alquier otro objeto meta-
e se halle conectado a la
o proporcione tn con-
a la misma.
a persona toca un arte-
defectuoso- y at mismo


: tiempo se encuentra en contac-
to con un grife o fregadero me-
talico, ambeo de los cuales son
aexcelentes, conductore de la
electricidad a trav6s de las tu-
berias quo camuican con la
terra, las oportunidades de e-
leettocuci 4 sOB magnificas.
De igul mode uan refrigera-
dor con un escape de cotriente
cn sus parties aislantes puede
producer Ian. s6lo. ua pequefia
conmoci6n cuando la persona
se encuentra en contaeto 'con
mn piso de madera seco, pero.
si 6ste esta Miojado o hfimedo
o si el pisa ,a fe concrete o
mosaicos. ambos de los cuales
tienen tendencia a conservar la
humedad. la descarga el'ectrica
puede ser fuerte y ada tatal.
Por consiguiente. a fin de evi-
tar descargas elkctricas en el
hogar es necesarie evitar en
to possible los desperfectos en el
aislamiento de artefactos el&c-
tricos y, siempre que sea po-
sible o prictico, obtener arte-
factos provistos de un tercer a-
tambre que s.irva para descar-
gar a tierra la energia electrica
usada porque siende 6ste un
conductor mejor que- el cuerpo
human, seria to mis aconse-
fable para canalizar la ener-
gia filtrante directamente a -la
tierra.
Pr coasiguiente, el primer
paso para la seguridad del ho-
gar es ootener para su uso fini-
camente artefactos y equipo e-
16ctrico debidamente probados
y en buenas condiciones. Esto
ptede aaegurarse verificando
que la serial de aprobaci6n de
Laboratories de Seguridad o del
Concejo Nacional de Seguros
Contra lacendios aparezea ins-
critae bien ea el aparato mis-
m1 o en la etiqueta adherida
a 6ste. Sin embargo, 6st s61oo


significa que et aparato original
presentado para las pruebas de
Laboratories competentes esta-
ha construido a modelado co-
rrectameate y que el fabrican-
te convino en que todos los a-
paratos similares, a ser pues-
teos a la venta, serian exacta-
mente iguales. Tan, pronto co-
me ousted conecta este aparato
corre el riesge de quW este ha-
pa sido a no mantenida en con-
diciones de seguridad. A usted
corresponde el cuidado poste-
rior de verificar si las partes..
se encuentran gastadas o des-,,
truidas por el use o el abuse.,
A la primera seilal de desper-.
fecto, especial-mente euando se
siente el pinchaze de la, co-
rriente al tocar el aparato. debe
desconectarlo inmediatamente
y haeerloe. reparar si es possible
y si no, b6telo. Si na hace esto,
ese aparato defectuoso se con-
vertira e una causa potential
de muerte en el hogar.
Esta de mas decir que los ni-
fios deben ser enseiadoos a
m-antenerse alejados de les to-
macorrientes en las paredes.
El insertar ganchos de pelo y
otros similares en las ranuras
de estos tomacorrientes ha oca-
sionade a menudo la. muerte
per electrocucidn de- nifios pe-
queios.
Mantenga los artefactos en la
cocina que no tengan conexi6n
a la tierra, desconectados cuan-
do no se encuentren en uso; es-
ta simple precauci6n puede por
si sola prevenir muchos casos
de electrocucion en los hogares.
Estos deben mantenerse igual-
mente alejados de piezas me-
tAlicas y de fregaderos. estufas
eltctrieas. refrigeradoras y e-
quipe pesado de labor instalado
sobre el piso, de madera que los
nifios, especialmente, no pue-
dan tocar cuaiquiera de dos ar-


Chocantes


CONEXION A TIERRA EXTERNAL
HECHA POR EL DUERO


CONEXION ATIERRA INTERNAL
HECHA POR EL FABRICANTE


.UTAPERC.A J- 0ARMAZON DE LA L-
O CINTA ASLANTE DE ASTICO HERRAMIENTA
Para acoplar alg6n utensilio casere de 2 alambres a un tercer alambre
de tierra, conecte un alambre de cobre flexible de 14 16 at cuerpo de'
metal del utensilio y aislelo con cinta plistica apropiada o gutapercha a
lo largo de ta conexi6n conductor on la forma que aparece en la grifica.


CORDON DE TRES
CONDUCTORES
La cola de chancho del enchufle de 3 alambres debe ser conectada a. una
conexi6n de corriente can la tierra, come una caoeria o tuba de agua que
baje a tierra. Nunca utilice tuberia de gas.


mporada de Coniertos ra Drr a La Ciencia es Hoy
Tmporada de Coniertos [a Divisi*i de Abastos


.Se Inagura el 14 de Mayo


La Temporada de Conciertos organizada por la Asociaci6n
Panameia de Conciertos se iniciara el 14 de mayo, Dios median.
te, con un recital de violin del ganador del codiciado premio
"Reina Isabel de Belgica", en 1959, del boliviano Jaime Laredo,
Los abonos fueron puestos a la venta recientemente, recibien-
do la mas calurosa aceptaci6n. Entre los primeros en adquirir
su abono estuvo el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J.
Fleming Jr.
Entre los artists de estatura international que apareceran an-
te el p6blico istmerio en la temporada artistic a iniciarse, es-
tan; ademds de Laredo, los siguientes: en junio el tocador de
arpa mis afamado de todos los tiempos: Nicanor Zabaleta; en
julio: el joven pianist norteamericano Malcolm Frager; en agos-
to, el afamado quinteto Berliner Camerata Musical; en septiem.
bre el celista Adolfo Odnoposoff, de todos conocido y en octubre,
la briltante pianist brasilera, dofia Nelly Hirsch de Ingram, es-
posa del gran pianist panamejio, Jaime Ingram.
Los abonos estan abiertos y a la venta en los siguientes lu-
gares:
Novedades Morrison, Ave. 4 de julio, Tel.: 2-0441.
Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana, Tel.: 3-7963.
Bazar Americano, Hotel Panama-Hilton, Tel.: 3-1246.
Olmar, Ave. Cuba, Tel.: 5-4364.
L1breria Cultural Pananwteia, Ave. Per,. Tel.: 5-0585 y Libre.
96ia /A1benea, Ave. Balboa, Tel.: 5-0660.


En el mis comentado partido
de la Liga Divisional de Soft-
ball del Pacifico, celebrado el
iunes por la tarde. el equipo de
la Contraloria derrot6 a la Di-
visi6n de Abastos con anotacion
de 8 carreras por 6 en el cua-
dro de Paraiso.
Eddie Pussey y Earl Bennett
se destacaron por los Contra-
lores disparando lonrones su-
cesivos en la tercera entrada,
cuando' su novena anot6 seis
carreras.


Liga Postescol0ar
La Liga Post-Escolar de
Softball de Rainbow City que
se esti celebrando en el Pro-
grama de Recreaci6n de Ve-
rano, terminara su calendario
regular el 19 de este mes,
para luego celebrar una series
entire los cuatro finalists en
ei Estadio de Mount Hope.
En los partidos celebrados
hasta el luaes de la present
semana, la novena Pfizer mar-
chaba a la cabeza del torneo
con 6 victorias y una sola
derrota.


Asunto Cotidiano


Todos los clubes de la Escue-
la Secundaria de Balboa han
sido invitados a participar en
la Exhibici6n Cientifica fijada
para los dias martes, miercoles
y jueves 1C, 17 y 18 de abril. El
tema de la exposici6n versara
sobre "La Ciencia es Asunto
Cotidiano."
En afios anteriores la exhibi-
ci6n se concretaba a exposicio-
nes hechas por las classes de
ciencias, el Club de Ciencias de
la Escuela Secundaria de Bal-
boa y contados individuos. Este
afio, sin embargo, a tono con la
filosofia modern que consider
que la ciencia, sus actividades-
y products o derivados de las
mismas-invaden o. forman par-
te de nuestra vida cotidiana, el
Club de Ciencias ha extendido
invitaci6n a todos los otros clu.
bes de la escuela para qua
participen en la exhibicion.
En representaci6n de la ad-
ministraci6n estara a cargo de
la exhibici6n el Director Auxi-
liar de la Escuela Secundaria


de Balboa, senior John C. Knick.
Los sefiores John A. Banasick
y Lyle V. Jenkins, del profeso-
rado de la Escuela, actuarin
como co-directores. Los miem-
bros del club de Ciencias for.
marin la comisi6n asesora y
coordinadora.
La exhibici6n estari abierta
al pdblico del martes a jueves
de 8 de la mailana a 3:45 de
la tarde y el miercoles, abriri,
tambien en la noche de 6 a
nueve.

VISITANTES DE LA
SEMAN A
Esclusas de Miraflores 1923
Esclusas de Gatun 250
Las Cruces (8 viajes) 889
Reina Manuelita I (3
via jes 54
Naves de pasaieros (1) 276
GRAN TOTAL .. 3392
Dates suministrados por el
Servicio de Gulas del Canal
de Panama.


:hoques

tefactos conectldos t un arte-
fact% eldetrico junto al frega-
deor, grid e tuberia metalici
al mismo tiempo.
La mayor parte de les equi-
pos moderns tales come la-
vadoras, secadoras. plavchado-
ras, lavaplatos, etc.. vienen do-
tldes de un tercer alanbre de
desearga lo cual'se Verkica por-
quj tiene puntas' en 'luar de
dos en el enchufe.
Este alambre de descarga
conducira con seguridad las fil-
tctcianes elkctricas&.,e .xistaa
enet el equipo o las qu ;puoeda
, ecurrir luego. Esta proteccion
A4S obligatoria. especialmente
cuando estas miquinas ,soQ.usa-
das sobre pises mojadqs .. hd-
medos o cerca de fregaderos,
tuberias de agua, etc. .
Si su equip. pesado de traba-
jo no trae esta disposici"n pue-
do adaptarsele por un electri-
cista capacitado. No demore en
hacer este ajuste a su aparato
si lo necesita.
Por fltimoe, para el mecAnico
casero, verifique su tablero e-
tJctrico, sierras, etc. Estos. es-
tai incluidos dentro de. la cate-
goria de ,articulos del trabajo
pesado. y deseargas de: equipos
defectuosus causaItamuerte de
miuchoes dueoies de casa cada
aieo. Si Ud. posee herramientas
que no tengan un enchufe el6c-
trice con tres puntas y si en
su hogar s6lo hay tomacorrien-
tes con dos ranuras, es suma,
mente facil aislar las herra-
mientas y si so hace coa cuida-
do, esto esti dentro de la ca-
pacidad del mecanice casero.
Abajo encontrard ilustracio-
nes que pueden servir de guia
en diferentes circunstancias y
condiciones. Sint e m b a r g o,
cuando haya duda no se a-
rriesgue lame al electricis-
ta;








SPILL. WAY


"Oft~


Tono Gordon Gano Torneo Internacional

,,,ono ,o~don


':'El' huevb Vice-Goberniador de
'a' Zfla del Canal,, Coronel Da-.
vid S. Parker, luci6 como' tor-:
'pedero -de Ids Jeftes y ademas
SW eti dos buenos hits' a los

Muy animado ,stjbb' el
;juege de exhibici6n de soft.
ball entire Ejecutivos y Jefes,
celebrado el domingo por la'
tarde en' el Parque de 'la Li-
ga de Softball del Pacifico.
Los Ejecutivos ganaron por
9 a 3.

Frank. A. Baldwin, Director
iPparnamniA estuvv actuando muy
*biiew cor-ot ~eceptor de- los Je-
fes, -y le dispar6 un tremendo
bata-o a -Tomas A. Cupas,
quien lanzaba para. los Eje-
cutivos. *


Con la participaci6n de 1I
ecquipos civiles y militares de
)1 PanamA y la Zona del Canal
se celebrb el sabado 6 y domain-
s, gq 7 de abril el Torneo Interma-
Sciopal de Softball por.jnvitaci6n,
Abernathy. n lo. pprques, de
bepis y softball de. Balboa.,
El triunfJ otr del. torneo cons-
"- ttuyo una sorpresa, pues la
novena Tofio Gord6n, de la Li-
Les A. Fergus6n, Jefe de la' ga Mayor de Softball, de Pana-
Direcei6n de Abastos y Ser- ina super en el partido final
vicios Comunales, estuvo muy n l artid final.
atareado dando refrescos de
"seguridad" a todos los juga- .-
dores que legaban a segun-
da base. Los que no llegaron
no recibieron su refresco.
Walter Mikulich, B. I. Ever-
son, John Hollen, el Coronel
*Julian Lockhart, Forest Duns-
moor, J. Patrick Conley,' Ro-
bert Jeffrey, Larry Horine y *
el Coronel Erling Fugelso,
estuvieron entire los otros
participants en el iuego.
--- ri-^^ o
El Coronel Matthew Harri-
son, Director de Ingenieria y
Construction, estuvo lanzando
con su cigarro en la boca y
luego fue reemplazado por el
Coronel Woody Post, de Se- .
guridad Interna. .


a Abernathy-Unispoerts, eo ano-
taci6n de 6 carreras por 2.
Numerusa eoncurrencia pre-
senci6 los partidos durante los
,-os dias de competencia, du-
. rante los cuales los equipos fue.
x~ p,elirnipindose basta quedar.
. LSv dos finalists. .
Antes del partido final, se ce-
lebr6 un juego. de exhibici6n
centre T.efes y Ejecutivos, que
ganaron tos iltimos con anota.
ci6n de 9 carreras por 3.,
Despues del partido final se


entregaron los trofeos y ipre.
mios al -.ampe6n Toie Gordon,
al sub-campe6n Abernalhy6
Unisperts y al ocupante del ter.
cer lug-ar, Republicaeo.
El premio ,para el jugador
mais .valioso correspondi6!, a
McNair. Lane de Abernathy-
. Unisports, quien ganb tres par-
tie.os y lanz6 28 emradas com-
pletas.
Hubo trofeos individuals pa-
xa cada uno de los 16, jugadores
del campe6n. Tofio. Gordon.


. Paul Runnestrand, Secreta. Robert Walker, Jefe de la
rio Ejecutivo del Canal de. Oficina, .de Seguridad Interna
Panama, demostr6 que es bue- del Canal ..de .Panama, se
no con el bate., Jug6 casi to- quejaba al. dia siguiente de
do el partido y al dia si-. dolores,.ea el, cuerpo. Tenia
guiente -estaba .fresquecito. tiempo d,. no jugar softball.


Empate en Liga


De Baloncesto


LA NOVENA "TONRO GORDON" de la Liga Mayor de Softball de Panama fue. la, trunfadora
en el Torneo Internacional de Softball per Invitati6n Abernathy, celebrado el domingo en Balboa
con la participaci6n de 16 equipos. Aqui aparecen sus integrantes en union de varies de los parti.
cipantes en el juego de exhibici6n entire Ejecutivos y Jefes de la Zona del Canal.


En un empate' termin6 la Jli-I
ga de basketball de Paraiso,
en el Programa de Recreaci6n
de Verano, cuando el mi6rcoles
de la semana pasada el quinte-
to Los Campeones derrot6 al
Pistons por 61 a 56, para pro-
vocar an empate entire Pistons
y Celtics.
Los dos conjuntos iniciaron
ayer una series final de tres
partidos para decidir el cam-
pconato. El segundo partido se
celebrarf el lunes y el tercero,
si es necesario, el martes.


Los mayores ,anotadores del
circuit fueron los siguientes:
Geraldino Ramirez (Celtics)
258 puntos,.Luther Goode (Pis-
tons) 128, Frank Vanterpool
(Pistons) 127, Oliver Welch
(Campeones) 126, y Carlos
Yearwood (Pistons) 112.
Los equipos terminaron asi
en el calendario regular:
G P Pts.
Pistons 9 3 .750
Celtics 9 3 .750
Campeones 5 7 .417
Trotters 1 11 .084


3 Hermanas Llegan 1, 2 y 3



En Competencia de Natacion

Tres hermanas estudiantes 10 afts y menos: 1) Ver6ni- 50 yards, estilo espalda, ni
lograron la hazafia de llegar ca Lewis; 2) Yolanda Brin; fias, 11 y 12 aoies: 1) Birba
en los tres primeros lugares 3) Violeta Lewis. ra Brin; 2) Claudia Beck
en las competencias de nata- ford.
ci6n celebradas el mikrcoles 25 yards, estilo libre, nifios, 25 yards, estilo pecho, nifios
de la semana pasada en la 11 y 12 arios: 1) Rudolph 10 anos y menos: 1) Guiller
Piscina de Rainbow City, en Mayers; 2) Johnny Niles; mo Beckford; 2) Roberto Ma
el Programa de Recreaci6n 3) Jos6 Brown. years; 3) Ernesto Niles.
de Verano. Ealas son a olan- 25 yards, estilo espalda, ni- 25 yards, estilo pecho, nifias,
quellegaron en ese eord en fios, T0 arios y menos: 1) Ro- 10 afios y menos: 1) Violeu
la prueban d n25 ardas estio berto Mayers; 2) Guillermo Lewis; 2) Ver6nica Lewis;
aes ad. y Beckford; 3) Alonso Austin. 3) Benilda Troya.
espalda. 25 yards, estilo espalda, ni- 50 yards, estilo pecho, nifios,
Los hermanos Roberto y has, 10 arios y menos: 1) Vio- 11 y 12 aieos: 1) Johnn3
Rudolph Mayers se destaca- leta Lewis; 2) Ver6nica Le- Niles; 2) Josd Brown; 3) Ru-
ron tambiln en estos even- wis; 3) Yolanda Lewis. dolph Mayors.
tos que se celebran por se- 50 yards, estilo espalda, ni-
gunda vez durante las vaca- fros, 11 y 12 anos: 1) Rudolph 50 yards, estilo pecho, nifias,
clones de verano y en los Mayers; 2) Jose Brown; 3) 11 y 12 arios: 1) Claudia Beck-
cuales los estudiantes de- Johnny Niles. ford; 2) Barbara Brin.
muestran lo que han apren-
dido de sus maestros.
Los resultados de las prue- ..~ '
bas fueron los siguientes: --'
25 yards, estilo libre, nifios de
10 arios y menos: 1) Roberto '' .
Mayers; 2) Alonso Austin;
3) Guillermo Beckford.
25 yards, estilo libre, nifias, I


Sb



EL SOFTBALL no podia quedarse atris en el Programa de Re-
creaci6n 'de Verano de Rainbow City que dirige el professor Alberto
Abrego, de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City. En el Esta.
dio de Mount Hope fue captada esta fote durante un partido entire
las novenas de Camp Coiner y Bossa Nova. El bateador es Oscar
Edmond, del Bossa Nova; el receptor es Amado Herrera y el
Arbitro, Milton Richards. Las graderfas del Estadio de Mount
Hope se Ilenan cada vex que se celebra alg6n event deportivo
del Programa de Recreaci6n de Verano.


Spanish Town Gan6

Torneo de Paraiso
La novena Spanish Town se
coron6 campeona del torneo de
beisbol de Paraiso, en el Pro-
grama de Recreaci6n de Vera-
no en esa comunidad latino-
americana de la Zona del Ca-
nal.
Spanish Town vonci6 el vier-
nes al Tacoma por 10 carreras
a 7 para conquistar el titulo.
Los equipos terminaron asi:


Spanish Town
'lacoma
Beverly Hills
Fedro Miguel


G P Pts.
8 4 .667
7 5 .583
f 4 .500
3 9 .250


El Sr. Oscar Murrell, Administrador de la Piscina de Paralso,
se prepare para dar la pariida de los 50 metros estilo libre para
nifnos de 11 y 12 afios, en 4as competencias de nataci6n celebra-
das el viernes I de marzo en el Programa de Recreaci6n de
Verano de Paraiso. Este event fue ganado per Anthony Ge-
rald con tiempo de 34.9 segundos.


AH 11 de 1963








Abril 11 de 1963


S PI L LWA Y


Pigina Cuotvu


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
12:00 Dibulos Animados
12:45 aolentos, S. A.
2:00 Teleteatro
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 a] Mas All&
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro

LUNES
12:00 Dick Tracy
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reporta)es Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Viklngos
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 Acuanautas
4:15 Reportajes Mundiales
4:45 Mundo de la Muter
5:30 Fiesta de Estrelih-
tas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Enredos de 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
1:60 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Fore 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Ramar de la Selva
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Rey de Diamantes
8:00 Surf Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Estreno Semanal
30:00 Noticias
10:15 Lucha Libre
JUEVES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Faro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.


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
9:45
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
1:00
9:00
10:00


Reportajes Mundiales
Avances .
Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta do Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Panamefio Panamefino
Noticias ,
Salad e, IProyecci6n
Mis Tres Hluos
Ilnueva Generaci6n
Ballinger de Chicago
Peter Gunn
Noticias
Teleteatro
VIERNES
El Cogato Magoo
Noticias
Pensi6n Leocadia,
Cine Sore Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
Reportajes Mindiales
Avances
Mund doe la Mue
Fiesta de Estrellias
Baranda Hipica
Flecha Rota
Noticnas '
Loee Picapiedra
Alfred Hitchcock
Boris Karloff '
Markhaom'
Papa Soltero
Noticias
Teelleoat
SABADO
Dibujos Animados,
Noticias
On a Aqul sy Ai6.
Cine etrie Semanial
Reportajes Mandiales
Teleteatro
Sarano de Tevedos
El Mundo do la Mu-
ier
Fiesta de E itrellitas
Barc nda Hipica
Sr. Fiscal
Noticias
Steve Canyon
Robin
Ben Casey
Aventureros del 1
Misisssppmi
Noticlas
Teleteatm


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo por la Patria
10:30 Hazaias Espacial
11:00 Slvese 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 Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Patrulla de Caminos
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula

LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Pdjaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carousel Hipico.
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Ley del Rev6lver.
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
8:00 Legibn Extranjera
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionp-a (Novela)
9:30 Ruto 66
10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 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 de Guana-
juato.
5s30 Titeres y C6micrs
6:00 Patrrlla del Puerto
6:?0 Yoai Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:10 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8
(vivo musical)
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9-r00 Prisionera (Novela)
9-.n Ri Tercer -mbre
10:00 ProgcTama Especial
10:30 Notictas

MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diario do a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenos Tardes
4:00 Documental
4!30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana.
juato.
5:30 T'eres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Lanceros de Bengala
7r" ) Noticias
6 00 C6micos y Canctoze
.n0n Drisi0 --a iNovela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Hoticias

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
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Loretta Young
8:00 La H o r a Orange
Crush
8:30 Muranlas Blancas
9:00 Prislonera (Novela)
9:30 Dimensi6n Descono-
cida
10:00 Mr. Lucky
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES

11:30 Alegrias Infantiles .
12:15 Jet Jackson
-12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:le Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momia de Guano-
Juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Rev6lver a la Orden
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 Murallas Blancas
?:00 Prisionera (Novela)
J-30 Tos Intocables
10:30 Boxeo
11:30, Nelicias
SABADO


11:3. '
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:30
2:00
4:00
4:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
0:30
9:30
10:00
10:15


;Aleqrias Infantiles
Llanero Solitario
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Mi Carretilla y Yc
Para la Familia
Momia de Guana.
junato.
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla del Puerto
Investigador Su b-
marino
Noticias
Laramie
Perry Mason
Suspense
woticlas
Pelicula


GUN'rE t LANOIA


RONALD D. WILLIAMS, despachador de
lanchas en la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n en
Crist6bal, ha estado con la organizaci6n del
Canal de Panama desde 1928. Su servicio es
interrumpido, pero todavia tiene un total de
unos 30 aios.
Comenz6 a trabajar con la Divisi6n de
Comisariatos en Mount Hope como obrero y
luego como verificador. En 1957 fue trasla-
dado a la DivisiBn de Navegaci6n come des-
pachador de lanchas.
Reside en Col6n.


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WILBERT T. DRYDEN, Oficinista en la Di-
visi6n de Navegaci6n en Crist6bal, vino a
trabaiar con el Canal de Panama el 21 de
noviembre de 1941.
Naci6 en el Hospital Anc6n y asisti6 a
la escuela en La Boca en la Zona del Canal
y en Kingston, Jamaica.
Comenz6 a trabajar con el Canal de Pa-
nama como prensista en la Imprenta de
Mount Hope. En 1952 fue trasladado a la
Division de Navegaci6n y de pasabarco fue
trasladado a la oficina.
Esta casado, reside en Crist6bal y tiene
un hijo.


Division de Transporte, Distrito Sur, Sonrfe al mostrar el cheque
por $100.oo y el Certificado de Servicio Sooresaliente que le fue.
ran entregados por el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., el lunes.
SuArez se hizo acreedor al premio debido a que conduce con
extrema seguridad, presta servicios sobresalientes, cumple y ob-
serva cstrictamente las instrucciones y cooper excelentemente en
Sus labores como chofer de un pequeflo cami6n asignado exclusi-
vamente a la Contraloria de la Zona del Canal.



CALENIIARII IlE EVENTS

ABRIL
10 al 16. de Mayo-Exposici6n de 61eos de Armando Mo-
rales, celebrado pintor nicaragilense radicado en Nueva
York. Institute Panamefio de Arte en el edificio del Ma-
gisterio Panameflo Unido en la Urbanizacion Obarrio.
10-14-Segunda Feria de Azuero. En Los Santos.
32-VIERNES SANTOS.
14-Domingo de Pascua.
14 -Ceremonias de Pascua de Resurrecci6n al romper el
alba en Fuerte Amador-6 a.m.
15 -Asamblea General de las Damas del Canal de Pana-
ma en el Centro de Adiestramiento-9:30 a.m.
15 -Asamblea de los Concejos Civicos Latinoamericanos
en el teatro de Rainbow City. Hora: 7:30 p.m.
16-18-Reuni6n de la Federaci6n Interamericana de Organiza-
ciones de eriodistas Profesionales FIOPP en Pana-
ma.
20-Fiesta de Nuestra Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro (Ant6n).
20 -Juego de Cartas Pro-Caridad auspiciado por las Damas
del Canal de PanamA. Club de Oficiales de Fuerte Ama-
dor. Hora: 1 p.m. Entrada: B. 1.00
21-27-Semana Nacional de Bibliotecas en la Zona del Canal.
24 -Aniversario de la Independencia de Israel.
25-29--Feria Agricola de la Provincia de PanamA en La Chorre-
ra.
26-28-IX Regata Anual de Cayucos a travds del Canal con la
participaci6n de Muchachos Exploradores de Balboa y
de Crist6bal, a bordo de uno 25 cayucos.
27 -Torneo de Lanzadores de Lineas (sogas) en las Esclusas
de Pedro Miguel. ParticiparAn lanza-lineas de las tres
esclusas.
29 -A4pyersatio del natalcio del Emperador del JapOn.


Bajo ei encabezado "PEO-
PLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT" en
nuestra secci6n inglesa apare-
cen las fotos de. El Mayor
LUIS F. MONTAINER, Jefe del
Servicio oe Pediatnra de; Hos-
pital de ,oco Solo. quien este
ailo funge tambi6n, como Je-
fe del Personal M&aico. Acornm
pafia al Mayor su esposa Ma-
ria, quien vino con dl at 'istmo
en 1960 procedente de Puerto
Rico En la grAfica, su propia
esposa es quien le coloca la in-
signia de Mayor, en presencia
del Tte. Corl. Ralph E. Conant,
Superintendente del Hospital.

SUBERT TURBYFILL Deca-
nE de Varones y Director de los
Cursos de Verano del Colegio
Pre-Universitario de la Zona del
Canal, quien regreso de Miami,
donde habia ido a participar en
la convenci6n national de la
Fraternidad Phi Tneta Kappa.
Profesor ce dicci6n y drama en
I1 Division de Escuelas de la
Zona dei Canal, el Sr. Turbyfill
tuvo important Darticipaci6n
en el establecimiento de la fra-
ternidad citada en el colegio
Pre-Universitario.

I. A. FERGUSUN, Director
de la Divisi6n de Abastos y del
Ramo de Servicios Comunales,
aparece recibiendo de manos
del Gobernador Fleming el tto-
feo de Seguridad ganado por
es" dependencia oor su exce-
lente record. "Estoy oreulloso
de tender el privilegio de aceptar
a nombre de esta Division: es-
te Trofeo del Gobernador." dijo
el Director Ferguson al recibir-
lo



Damas Del C. de P.


En Actos Beneficos

Las Damas del Canal de Pa-
nama celebraran el sabado 20
de los corrientes un juego de
cartas y "poStre oe caridad"
en el Club de Oficiales de Fuer-
te Amador a la una de la tar-
de, con el objeto de acopiar
fondos para las obras de benefi-
cencia de la organizaci6n.

Los boletos de entrada cos-
taran un d6lar y con los mis-
mos se participara en el sorteo
de premios.

Se ruega a las personas que
concurran al acto que eleven
consigo sus IApices y libretas
de anotaci6n.
Para cualquier informaci6n
adicional se ruega conunicarse
con el telffoho Balboa 3584 6
33U7.




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