Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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 Material Information
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 26, 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 )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00404
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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


U.S. Customs Says


No


In
The U. S.
has ann6unc
poning, for a
any action tc
of duty-free
sent level of
ing to a store
New York I
The Bureau
January that
duce the exe
announcement
heavy volum
from many
where U. S.
duty.
Along with
that the $10
main in effe
at least, the
announced th
up its inspe
entering the
exempt gifts
surveillance

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To Vis
To Visi


Change Made


Gift Exemption
Bureau of Customs spread abuse of the $10 rule,
ed that it is post- the Bureau indicated it may
it least six-months, decide to reduce the exemp-
o reduce the value tion to $1.
gifts from the pre. Typical violations of the rules,
$10 to $1, accord- as listed by the New York
ry this week in the Times, are:
Times. 1. Disguising as a gift what
u had announced in is, in fact; a purchase from a
it intended to re- foreign merchant by the per-
emption to $1. The son to whom the "gift" is ad-
it generated a dressed.
ie of protest mail 2. Splitting up into a number
overseas areas of parcels, each valued at less
personnel are on than $10, a more costly piece
of merchandise. The Customs
i its announcement Bureau gave as an example of
exemption will re- this kind of violation the piece-
ct for the present, meal shipment of a complete
Bureau of Customs set of chinaware.
hat it plans to step 3. Gross undervaluation of the
actionn of packages imported "gKt" on the invoices
United States as that. are made available, to
If the increased customs inspectors.
indicates- w i d e-. 4. Shipment as exempt gifts
of items whose importation is
e xplicitly banned under the
exempt-gift provisions. Examp-
Smith ro i ioo
"i 1 les include alcohol and tobac-
co products, meats and certain
i | plants, products from Com-
it $anal munist China, and perfume
valued at more than $1. -
Penalties for violation of the
$10 gift exemption run from
simple forfeiture of the goods
illegally imported to fines of up
to $5,000 and jail sentences of
up to two years in cases where
there has been a criminal
conspiracy to evade the regulaL
tions.


.5Canal


C. Owen. Smith, former mem-
ber of the Board of Directors
of the Panama Canal, who was
recently appointed Special As-
sistant to Deputy Under Secre-
tary of the Army will spend a
few days on the Canal Zone
the first of next week.
While here, Mr. Smith will
be given a general briefing of
current Canal operations and
will be brought up to date on
matters of interest which have
transpired since, he left t he
Board of Directors last fall.
Arrangements have been
made for Mr. Smith to meet
with representatives of Canal
labor and -Civic Council or-
ganizations during his stay.


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Vol. I No. 45


FRIDAY, APRIL 26,1 1963


5-Day, 40-Hour Weekl



To Be Tried For Pilots


Panama Canal pilots, most of
whom now work on an irregular
schedule based mainly on Ca-
nal traffic demands, may start
work next week under a test
plan adopted after a meeting
between Marine Bureau of-
ficials and representatives of
the Canal Zone Pilots Associa-
tion.
Under the test plan, all of
the pilots will work-an eight-
hour day, five-day week with
about 77 per cent ot the 120-
man pilot zorce having a fixed
starting hour each day. The
rmaininry members of the


needs on any given day.
Generally, te sche L u 1 e d
transit duty for pilots will be
between Gatun Lake Anchorage
,and Balboa Basin. A complete
combined harbor and shuttle
schedule would be provided at
the Pacific' terminal between
t he- Balboa Outer Anchorage
and the Balboa Basin and be-
tween Cristobal Harbor and the
Gatun Lake Anchorage on the
Atlantic side.
The plan also makes provi-
sion for the possibility that on
certain occasions a pilot in the.
shuttIle schedule may be re-


Transit duty between the Ga-
tun Lake Anchorage and. the
Balboa Basin will be perform-
ed by pilots from the regular
test group and.from the small-
er reserve group as traffic re-
quires.
The test working schedule
was devised in response to a
request made by the Canal
Zone Pilots Association that
pilots work a regularly schedul-
ed eight-hour d a y, five-day .
week with two consecutive non-
work days.


force will commence work at quired to continue the transit
an hour determined by traffic until relieved. Peace orfip ian

a DSpeaking Today

square Dancers To Accountants
eDneD J. Boubt R n head Aof


To Appear AtChorrera

Dances that travelled with Mr. and Mrs. John Farrow of members of the Star and Circle,
the pioneers across the United Gamboa, Mr. and Mrs. TMarvin were Promenador members.
States in covered wagon days Fryar of Cocoli, Mr. and Mrs. The Panama Canal organize
will be presented by the Canal Leslie Anderson of Balboa, and tion will take an active part in
Zone Star and Circle Club at Mr. and. Mrs. Ross Cunningham Fair program. A special booth
the Chorrera Fair on Saturday, of Balboa. will be arranged with an ex
April 27, at about 5 p.m. hibition of photographs, a model
Two traditional square dances, The Star and Circle Club of Miraflores Locks, and se
and two round dances, will be which meets at the Ancon gym- lectrovision. Three calves are
presented to recorded music. nasium every Saturady night, being dQnated to be presented
wasorganize in .tsre- aprTze.-An4-1-11-


The square dancers at, the
Chorrera Fair: will be Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Glass of Gamboa,


was organized in 1950. Its pred-
ecessor was The Promenadors,
started in 1942. Ross Cunning-
ham and Earl Dailey, charter


as-prizes and mthe Summit Gar-
den burros, Mancha and Gato,
will be present to provide rides.
for fair-going youngsters.


the Peace Corps Mission in
Panama, is to .speak on the
Peace Corps at the noon meet-
ing of the Federal Government
Accountants Association today
in the Fern Room of the Tivo-
li Guest House.
Mr. Boubion, a native of
Los Angeles, holds a-master's
degree in sociology from the
University of Southern Califor-
nia and has had considerable
experience in social group
work.
He worked with a number
of private organizations in this
field in California and joined
the Peace Corps id February
this year.


May


1


This year while Communists
are celebrating May Day as
the anniversary of their rise to -
power, Americans will be ce-
lebrating May 1 as Law Day
dedicated to the idea that
freedoms rest .on rules of
laws rather than rules of men.
The timely theme to be in-
corporated in this, the 6th
annual observance of the Amer-
ican versions of May Day, is
"LAW-Rule of Right, Not
Might."
At a time of crisis in world
affairs, the observance of Law
Day will offer significant evi-
dence of the determination of
Americans to uphold and de-
fend freedom and justice and
the institutions which make
them possible. It will further
demonstrate to the world the
American, faith in the supre-
macy of the rule of law.
In a proclamation issued this
week, Acting Governor David
S. Parker called upon the en-
tire Canal Zone community to
join with the judiciary, the
members of the legal profes-
sion, and law enforcement of-
ficials in the observance of
Law Day.
The national observance of
Lavw Day, which commenced in
1958, was officially adopted and
designated. by joint, resolution
of. he United -States, Qongress *
la l61 in order that the first


Dedicated


of May each year might be a
special day of celebration by
the American people in appre-
ciation of their liberties, in re-
affirmnation of their loyalty to
country, and in rededication to
the ideals of .equality and jus-
tice under law.
L a w Day ceremonies have
been planned on both sides oi
the Isthmus and C.F.N. Tele-
vision will present a special
program on the preceding eve-
ning. In the United States Dis-
trict Court in Ancon, a special
session -presided b y J ud g e
Guthrie F. Crowe will com-
mence at 10:30 a.m., Wednes-
day, May 1st, highlighted by
an address by Commander R.
G. Bidwell, a lawyer who has
served in numerous legal posi-
tions in 'the Navy.
I Special Law Day ceremonies
will also be held at 8:45 p.m. on
M a y 1st in the Magistrates
Court in Cristobal, presided by
Judge Charles A. Garcia. The
main address at this ceremony
will be given by Captain Rich-
ard Bacharach, USN, 15th Na-
val District Legal Officer.
On CFN-TV a quetion-and-
answer program will commence
at 6:35 p.m. on Tuesday, April
30. Attorney Woodrow De Cas-
tro will be the moderator of a
distinguished panel consisting
of Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
Judge Charles A. Garcia, U.S.
District Attorney* Rowland K.


To


Hazard, and Major Thqmas C.
Oldham, Deputy Judge Advo-
cate, U.S. Army Caribbean.


Rule Of

Members of the Canal Zone court cE
and Panama communities are to tune
cordially invited to attend the gram.


Law


ceremonies and are urged
in-jthe special T.V. pro-


LAW DAY PROCLAMATION SIGNED-Acting Governor David S. Parker signed a proclama-
tion setting May 1 as Law Day in the Canal Zone during a meeting with representatives of the
Canal Zone Bar Association this week. Shown with Colonel Parker (in light coat) are, from
left. Theodore P. Daly. Assistant General Counsel of the .Panama Canal and President of low
Canal Zone Bar Association; Roy Phillipps; vice presiderntiof the associationt; Colonel Parse;
and Rowland K. Hazard. U.S. District Attorney.


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College Information Ship Firms Car Shipment


Collected By Schools
Canal Zone high school counselors recently sent inquiries to
representative colleges and universities to learn whether they
establish quotas for out-of-state students and if they would be
agreeable to establishing such quotas for the Canal Zone. It was
found that such quotas are not established by, the colleges.
All of the colleges surveyed will admit qualified Canal-
Zone graduates. The privately controlled institutions will
admit them on -the same basis as other applicants. State
universities will admit our graduates on the same as other
out-of-state applicants.
-The general practice amorfg state controlled institutions is to
require higher admission standards for out-of-state students. This
means that they are required to have a higher grade-point aver-,
age and a higher rank-order standing in their graduating class ,
than residents of the state for admission.
The University of California and the University of
Missouri will accept Canal Zone graduates if they meet
the same qualifications as their own residents. At the
University: of. California students must have attained a "B"
average in high school and at the University of Missouri,
the applicant must stand in the upper two-thirds of his
high. school graduating class and have at least a "C"
average to be admitted. Subject matter requirements
differ even within, the same' institution and depend on the
major course of study selected by the student.
In some states parents who have maintained residence status
are 'entitled to the same privileges as other tax-paying residents
which would include in-state privileges on tuition and fees.
The University of Indiana gives liberal consideration
to candidates whose parents originated from that state
and to children of Government employees who have severed
their relations with their states of origin.
Because thee are almost 2000 degre.e-granting colleges in the
Ul0ted, States, parents are invited to visit the high school coun-
selors who cax suppts them with inormatioa about, specific
schools and their admission requirements.
The survey conducted by the counselors indicates that
most schools, including the Canal Zone College, have
scholarships to award. These, scholarships are generally
granted to applicants and, students who have achieved
outstanding academic records in high school and who need
financial assistance to continue, their education.,
The National Merit Scholarship Examindtions are of this type
and are given to our Canal Zone students. Also available are
appointments to. the Army, Navy, Air Force and Merchant Marine
Academies. The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps examina-
tions are given locally, as are examinations for admission to the
Coast Guard Academy.
Certain colleges such as Antioch, Northeastern University,
and Park College have programs where students "earn while
they learn."
The best sources lor financial aid are the colleges
temselves, which offered oth scholarships and low interest
leans to worthy applicants. The Federal Government,
through the National Defense Education Act of 1958, has
set up a lean pwroram with the following features:
1. A student may borrow up to $1,e0W per year through the
individual participating college to a total limit of $5,QW.
2. Repayment made over a ten-year period beginning one year
'after the student completes or drops his studies.
3. No interest or repayment called for while in college. -
4. Military service postpones repayment and- interest charges.
5. After payments start, a 3 per cent interest charge.
6. Death or permanent disability cancels liability.
7. Ten per cent of borrower's, note is cancelled for every
year served as a full-time teacher in public school, up to maximum
of five yeass or' 50 per cent of, loan.
8. Student must be a futt-time student in good standing and,
show need. Superior students entering teaching or preparing for
careers in. science, mathematics, engineering or a modern foreign
language will be given special consideration.
9. A student should apply for a federal loan directly to the
college of his choice. According to the U.S. Office of Education,
more than 1,370 colleges now have arrangements to make loans
under the federal program.


rommenu

Firefighters
Recognition of "assistance 'be.
yond the call of duty", and
thanks and appreciation are ex-
pressed in letters from two
shipping companies to the Ca-
nal Zone Fire Division.
One letter from the American.
Israeli Shipping Co., Inc., sign-
ed by W. R. Lazarus, executive
vice president, and addressed
to Fire Division Chief W. G.
Dolan states:
"Our Captain Adelstein as
wel las the Master and officers
of the MV PAN have told us of
the great assistance beyond the
call of duty which you and your
,officers had rendered to this
'vessel during the fire at Cristo-
bal on December 19, 1962.
"May we extend our thanks
and appreciation to all concern-
ed for the wonderful spirit in
which the assistance was ren-
dered.
"Please convey our thanks
especially to Captain J.A. Taber
and Lieutenant K. T. Daly of
the Mount Hope Station."
The second letter is from the
Panama Agencies Company,
signed by Operations Manager
D. C. Langman, and addressed
to B. I. Everson, Director of the
Civil Affairs Bureau:
"On behalf of Grace Line we
wish to express our apprecia-
tion of the prompt and efficient
manner in which firefighting
operations were carried out
aboard the SS Santa Cecilia at
Balboa on March 28, '1963.
"We should be grateful if you
would kindly pass on our
thanks to Fire Chief Dolan and
personnel of the Fire Division."


Bible School


Set June 10-11
The Balboa Union Church
has set June 10 through Jueln
21 as the dates for its annual
vacation church school. The
theme this year will be '"The
Church".
June "oth is the first mon-
day after dismissal of the
regular school system classes.
The hours will be from &:15
until 11:15 a.m.
Mrs. Westey Townsend is
the director of the vacation
church school and she will be
assisted by the following com-
mittee: Mrs. Duncan Laird,
Jr., Mrs. Henry E. Warren,.
Mrs. David Welker and Mrs.
E: G. Bissett.


Authorized


Edward H. Womble (right),,
ironworker lock operator, Pa-
cific Locks, Marine Bureau,
was the first Panama Canal
employee to receive the new-
ly-instituted authorization for
transportation to the Canal
Zone of a privately-owned
motor vehicle, at government
expense.
Shipment of a motor vehicle


Girl Scouts


Want Helpers
The Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council, Inc., is presently in.
need of prospective leaders
of Girl Scouts. Help is needed
in a variety of tasks, includ-
ing positions as leaders, as-
sistant leaders, or women who
are willing to. act is tempora-
ry badge consultants in a
particular field such a home-
nmaking, cooking, or some
phase of' outdoor activity.
It is not necessary that these
interested, have a daughter who
presently is active in scout-
ing. Perhaps some other lead-
er has already guided their
daughter through scouting, or
maybe your son is being help-
ed with his merit badge work
within a cub. pack and you
find that you have time to
help others.
Those interested in assisting
should call the Girl Scout Of-
fice at Balboa 1350 ,or stop
in at the office in the Diablo
Club House. No experience is
necessary, 'according to Mrs.
Curtis Coate, President of the
Canal Zone Girl Scout Council.


at government expense must
be authorized in advance of
employee's travel, and" the
necessary authorization is
being handed him by George
Vieto, Chief of the Panama
Canal's Transportation Sec-
tion.
No authorization may be
used prior to July 1. Mrn and
Mrs. Womble and their son,
who sailed last Monday for
the United States, will return
to the Canal Zone ofd the July
*18 sailing from New Orleans.
The authorization for ship-
ment at government expense
from the United States of one
privately-owned motor vehicle
applies only to permanent fall-
time employees of the Canal
organization who are entitled
to home leave or repatriation
benefits and who are the
heads: of households.
There are four conditions
tagged on to the transporta-
tion of the privately-owned
motor vehicles. They are:
An initial motor vehicle at
the time of employment; an
initial motor vehicle for an
eligible employee -who had not
previously been -: authorized
shipment under this -new reg-
ulation; replacement of a car
after expiration of' a 4-year
period provided the employee
has served continuously dur-
ing this period with the U.S.
Government agencies in the
Canal Zone and is returning
from the United States for a
new tour of duty; and an
emergency replacement ear
within- the 4-year period after
loss or destruction of meter
vehicle through fire, theft, -or
accident.


Card Party


oA 'rarty seI Prizewinners


To Honor Announced


Foundations for the 11 new on-the-ground motel type bachelor quarters being built in the town.
site, of La, Boca are shown being prepared by employees of Lott and Drake, the contracting firm
presently engaged in quarters construction work in the Canal Zone. The new quarters will be the
first on-the-ground type ever built tor bachelor employees of the Panama Canal. They will consist
of a. dining-living room area, compact, kitchen, dressing room, bath, bedroom, and a covered
porch. They also will be equipped with maids' room facilities, a carport and service area. These
aem part of- 36, new bachelor quarters now under construction. Twenty-five are off-the-ground types
heated off Frangipani Stireet, in. Ancon. The La Boca quarters will be completed in December.
1e1 pnts, in ADiCone aq. t, e ready fox occupancy earLy, in. October.


Teachers

F iv e Canal' Zone, teachers
who are retiring at the end of
this school year will be honored
at a Canal Zone Division of
Schools retirement party on
Saturday, May 11, at 6:30 p.m.
in the Tivoli Guest House.
' The teachers retiring from
Panama Canal service are :
Subert Turbyfill, Kenneth Vin-
ton, Miss Jeanne Brown, Miss
Eloise Monroe, and Miss Helen
Starr.
The party is open to all
friends of the retirees. A social
hour will begin at 6:30 and din-
ner will be served at 7:30 p.m.
Those interested in. attending
are, requested to make reserva-
tions by telephoning the Schools
Division Office,, -Balboa 3311,
during office hours, or Balboa
2843 after 6 p.m.


The following winners ol
prizes have been announced
by Mrs. Forrest Dunsmoor,
Chairman of the dessert card
party held by the Panama
Canal Women's Welfare Group
at the Fort Amador Officer's
-Open Mess on Saturday, April
20.
Silver tray donated by Mer-
curio won by Mrs. Anthony
Nita; perfume donated by
Motta's won by Mrs. George
Black; jewelry of native stones
donated by Mrs. Earl Orr won
by Mrs. T. G. Relihan, Mrs.
B. I. Everson, Mrs. E. S.
Powell and Mrs. Lawrence
Jenrich; hurricane lamps don-
ated by Shaw's won by Mrs.
Leroy Magnuson; roses don-
ated by Curundu Florist won
by Mrs. R. M. Brome; brass
tray table donated by Jbangi-
mal won by Mrs. John Hollen;
lWnen won by Mrs. William W.
Sipneer.


April 24, Ma


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Linethrowers Contest


At Locks 1

The- -annual contest 'of skill will, be held at
between the Panama Canal line Locks at 19 o
handlers; boatmen and helpers morning.



Dog Licensing
M In.hy(t g


Time
Annual licensing o
the Canal Zone will.
1. All dogs over four
age must be license
August 1.
The licenses will be
the License Section i
1961, may be relicen
sentation of a valid r
cination certificate.
can be obtained at t
Animal Clinic .on th
side and at the Norf
Sanitation Office on t
side. Each license is
companies by a tag.
Inasmuch as rabies
which is valid for t
is-.used in the Canal
dogs vaccinated after
basis of- the original
form. If the rabies
certificate.
Dogs last vaccinate
MWy 1, 1960, and M
are due for renewal
before they can be li
year. The vaccination
ing- will be given free
but the fee for the l
tag' is $2.
Vaccinations -will
only on prior -appoi
telephoning Balboa 21
tobal 2576. The hour


Saturday

Pedro Miguel The Locks Division top-ottch
'dock Saturday men, who have been -chosen
Through -elimination 'o a t ,e s t ,q
held last week, wiV once again
exhibit their prowess in throw-
ing a line with accuracy.
The contestants, the .most
agile of the line handlers from
the three Panama Canal Locks,


Corning Up
f dogs in citation at Corozal are from 1
.start May to 5 p.m. on weekdays and also
months of from 11 a.m. to 12 noon ,on Mon-
ed before days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Vaccinations on the Atlantic side
e issued by will be given only -on Mondays
i the Civil from 9 to 11 a.m.,
sed on the Blank license forms may be
rabies vac- obtained at the Corozal Animal
Vaccination Clinic, the Northern Area Sani-
the Corozal station Office, all police stations,
ie Pacific the License Section and Military
then Area Pass and Security offices.
the Atlantic Army and civilian personnel
sued is ac- -living on military reservations
I will obtain licenses at their
as vaccine res-pectiye Pass Offices. Navy
three years personnel will obtain the licen-
i Zone, all ses at their respective Security
er May 1, Offices.
vaccination Those dog owners whose pets
vaccination do not have to be vaccinated
this year should present the old
ed between, rabies vaccination certificates
ay 1, 1961, withthe new license application
vaccination form. If the rabies vaccination
ceased this certificate is lost, a new license
efor liens, form with information giving the
of charge, date of the last vaccination may
license and be used.
Panama CanaL employees liv-
be given ing on the Atlantic side should
intent by send their certificates and fee
883 or- Oris- ky mail to the License Section
rs for vac. in the- Civil Affairs Building.


Philips 'Radio Wins


Second Half Play


The Philips Radio team, man-
aged by Bill Nickisher, defeat-
ed George .Mac-Arthur's White
Horse team 7 to 4 on Tuesday
to wrap up the second half of
the Pacific Softball League.
Bill Muller .bested Bob Wood
in the two teams' final meeting
of the season. .
The championship playoff be-
tween first half winners, Aber.
nathy U-nisport, managed by
Bill De La Mater, and Philips
Radio will take -place at the


Pacific Softball League Park
in -la'Koa on Monday, April
S --,av. ay 1t and Fri-
day, May 3, at 4:45 p.m. each
u e.
The playoffs will be a two-out
of three series, and will have,,
'the League's top pitchers. Mac-
Nair Lane. Bill Sparks and Bill
Muller and top hitters Gary Col-
fins, Jim .Givens, George Toch-
terman, Woody Woodruff, Burt
Mead and Joe Cicero, as 'parti-
cipants.


will he Leopold Anderson and
Octavio Johnson from .Ga'tun;
Cft.rlos Melendez and Medaldo
Smith from Pedro Miguel; and
Juan Garzon' and Alfredo Gra-
ham from Miraflores.


According to rules which have
been followed during the past
seven line throwing -contests, the
contestants will be tested ,on
,their ability to throw a 125-foot
quarter-inch manila heaving line
with an end weight totaling no
more than eight ounces.
Their skill will be .judged on
the distance the line can be
thrown horizontally, the accura-
cy with which it can be thrown
at a vertical target from a
distance of 50 feet, and the
height over which a line can be
thrown from a. distance of 80
feet.
Each contestant may have
three trials at each of the three
parts of the contest and the best
.of the three throws will 'be used
for the record. Tle line throw-
er scoring -the highest rium-ber
of points will -the winner.
The Locks Division iine -throw-
ing contest fias been a popular
annual event since 1956, when
it was started under the spon-
sorship of the Locks safety
unit. Hundreds of people usual-
ly attend the contest to cheer
their favorite contestant.
In addition to having his same
inscribed on a -plaque now aon
display at Miraflores Locks, -the
winner will receive a cash prize
of $15 contributed by members.
of the Atlantic and Pacific
Chapters of -the Panama Canal
L o c k Employees Association.
The Association also will present
cash- prizes of $10 and $5 to the
second and third place winners
and furnish refreshments' of
contestants following the con-
test.
Juan-\Garzon, who is repre-
senting Miraflores Locks, has
won the title of champion line
thrower five t a es in the past
seven years. Last year's' chaa-
pion line thrower was Manuel
Rodriguez. Winner in 1960 *as,
Carlos Melendez, who will re-
present IPedro Miguel Locks'
,this year. '


ONE DEEP SEA MAN TO ANOTHER-William E. Badder,s,
left. Master Diver of the Panama Canal and.a Medal of Honor
holder for rescue and salvage work in the 1939 submarine disast-
er. *alks the deck of the deep-diving baWhyscaph "Trieste" with
Lt, G. W. Martin, assistant officer-in-charge of Th4 Navy vessel.
Badders and Lt. Martin, one of two men who will submerge in
the bathyscalah to investigate the recent loss of the nuclear ex-
periences under the sea while the Navy landing dock ship "Point
Defiance" was transiting the Canal last weekend on her way to
the east coast with the "Trieste".
The near-record transit of the "Point Defiance"' last
weekend ended with the Navy captain of the vessel dis-
agreeing 'with Panama Canal ofticial.s about the time re-
quired for the transit. Panama Canal ifficials said it re-
quired T hours and 23 minutes. The ship captati said it,
required only 6 hours and 36 muin.tes.
Laughing about the ditterence in transit times, Canal
Marine Director Richard G. Jack said the ship captain
"gave the Canal the benefit of the doubt" to shorten the
time. "He must have been pleased with t te time he
made," Captain Jack observed, "or he wouldn't have done
that.".
The ship captain set his passage time on the basis
zof when the Canal pilots arrived on the bridge of the
ship and when they left it. The Canal time included all
the time in Canal waters.
The Canal officials who barded the vessel for part
of the transit, headed by Acting Governor David S. Parker
and including Captain Jack and Colonel Mal.ew C. Har-
rison, Director of the E '& C Bureau, soon kcarnMd that
Lt. Martin, assistant officer-in-charge of the bathyscaph
"Trieste" was a mine of information about the deep-diving
Navy vessel.
He explained how the "Trieste" descends- to the
ocean floor through carefully controlled addition of
weight by taking on water, then ascends again by dis-
charging some-of the "cargo" thus acquired. "We're okay
as long Archimedes'. principle remains in effect," Lt. Mar-
tin said, explaining that the "Trieste" operates as a free
agent, unassisted by cables such as those -used to lower
and raise a simple bathysphere.
Lt. Martin did have a few questions for his visitors,
however. He wanted to know if anyone knew Edward M.
Browder, Assistant Director of the E & C Bureau, and he
asked a number of questions about the Canal, which he
had not previously visited. His inquiry about Mr. Browder
resulted from the fact that he awd Browder's son, Edward
H., han been classmates at the Naval Academy.



Chilean Pianist


At National Theater


"DO -AS WsE SAY. NOT AS WE DO," would see m to be a good motto for the Voits, one of three
adott basketball 'teams which have scheduled games with Canal Zone school teams this season.
The Voit team. -composed mainly of Schools Division' personnel and including several coaches,
have completed their share of four games against the teams of Cristobal High School, Balboa
Kigh. School. and Canal Zone College and lost them all. "We don't mind. though," one team
member said this week, "we're in it for the ex ercise and the sport." Team members are,
standing, from left: Gene Bondurant, John Fawcett, Larry Horine. Seymour Barkowitz, George
Case, and 'Herb Raybourn: and, in front, Don Byerly of Abernathy. S.A., team sponsor, Don
Wilcox. Ron Bussier, Noel Hansen, Bob Berg, and Gary Collins. team coach.


Isthmians will have the op-
portunity to listen to one of the
outs standing interpreters
of Bach's piano concertos when
Alfonso Montecino offers his se-
ries of four concerts at the Na-
tional Theater of Panama on
May 6, 8. 10 and 13.
Coming directly from his suc-
cessful performances at the
New York Town Hall, the Chile-
an pianist will play locally
under the auspices of the Pa-
namanian Art Institute.
Tickets for the four concerts


are available at $5:00 for or-
chestra or box seats at the Insti-
tute (Phone Panama 3-8112).
Single performance tickets sell
for $1.50 box mo orchestra seats,
'$1.00 for amphitheater and 25
cents for the gallery.
While playing in London, Mon-
tecino was granted the Bach
Medal for excellence of execu-
tion by the Harriet Cohen Inter-
national Foundation.
All nightly performances wvt
start at 8:30 p.m.


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'S 1~14L4~WAY


April 26, 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SP OTLIGHT


- Charles H. Young, (left), who
recently retired from his posi-
tion as manager of the Division
of Chemical Engineering of the.
Tennessee V a II e y Authority,
and his wife are shown above
during a visit with Mr.' and
Mrs. Charles E. Staples (right),
of Los Rios. Mrs. Young is a
sister of Charles Staples, genial
manager of the tire repair shop
at the Ancon Garage of the
Panama Canal Motor Trans-
portation Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Young, who
live at Sheffield, Alabama,


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A,


timed their visit to be here on nama including Fort San Lo-
the Staples' 34th wedding anni- renzo, Old Panama, and the
versary. lock operations.
In their brief time on the This was their first visit to
Isthmus, they also had an op- the Canal Zone and Panama.
portunity to visit with John D. They are now on the return
Hollen, Chief of the Panama leg of a Caribbean cruise.
Canal Executive Planning Staff, Mr. Staples, who has 22 years'
who worked for TVA's Division Panama Canal service, came
of Chemical Engineering from to the Isthmus from Washing-
1936 to 1947 and is a long-time ton, D. C. He was born in
friend of Mr. Young. Washington, D. C., was married
With Mr. and Mrs. Staples there, and in coming to the
as guides, they saw ma jor Isthmus from Washington has
points of interest in the Canal the unusual distinction of never
Zone and the Republic of Pa- having voted in his life.
ROBERT G. PETERSON, Administrative Assistant in the
Port Captain's Office, Cristobal, is the son of a Roosevelt Medal
holder who came to work in the Panama Canal in 1905 as a
riveter.
"'Dad came to the Panama Canal because Colonel 'Goethals
was here," says Mr: Peterson. His father had served in the
Spanish-American War under Goethals, admired the man, and
came to the Panama Canal when he heard Goethals was here. As
a matter of fact, the "G" in Mr. Peterson's naine is for Goethals.
Bob was born in the Canal Zone and attended schools here.
He started his Canal career as an admitting clerk with the Health
Bureau in June 1935, and was assigned to Colon Hospital.
During World War II he transferred to the Industrial Division
as a pipefitter helper, and later was promoted to first class
pipefitter.
In 1948 he worked as deputy collector for the Panama Canal
Treasurer, and was transferred from the Fiscal Division, Office
of the Comptroller, on December 6, 1953, to the position of
administrative assistant. In 1956 he was assigned as safety
inspector, and in 1959 was reassigned as supervisory administrat-
ive assistant and then as supervisory services administrative
assistant.
One brother, H. K. Peterson, is Production Superintendent in
the Industrial Division, Mount Hope, and another brother, Lloyd
Peterson, is with the Panama Canal Transportation Section. A
brother, Walter, who had charge of the abbatoir and sausage
factory at Mount Hope, and built the abbatoir in Panama, is .retir-
ed. A sister, now Mrs. Mildred M. Stone of Jamestown, N. Y.,
had been a Panama Canal telephone operator, but is retired.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson reside in Margarita.


SGEORGE J. HERRING, Panama Railroad
yardmaster at Cristobal, has been a Panama
Canal employee for almost 28 years. He
speaks Spanish fluently, but says he's still
studying.
He came to the Canal Zone from Wash.
ington, D. C., with his father, who worked
with the Locks Division.
He is a'graduate of Balboa High School
and worked for 10 months with the Commis-
sary Division before he transferred to the
Railroad Division as a learner. He went up
the promotion ladder 'o conductor and then,
two years ago, to relief yardmaster Last
October he was appointed yardmaster at
Cristobal,
Mrs. Herring is the former Margaret
Kunkel, daughter of the late Edward F. Kun-
kel, who came to the Canal Zone in 1908 to
work under the Isthmian Canal Commission
and who died recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Herring live in Margarita
and are- the parents of 10 children, who range
in age fom 4 years to two who are attending
Canal Zone College.

'Gente-en la Noticia

ENRIQUE ROMAN is a Da- EDUARDO S
rien native who has worked TER, who is i
for the Panama Canal 22 shipments from
years, eight of them with the terminal station
Panama Railroad. He is a ma Railroad, I
shipping clerk and formerly Panama Canal
worked as timekeeper at Pier started work as'
18. He was born in Cana, Pino- then became at
gana District, Darien Pro- tant and now 1
vince. He is inarried, has 8 making up the
children, and resides in Pana- shipments to C
ma City. His work consists of and dispatches
preparing invoices of mer- tickets and doe
chandise transported by the work. He was bc
Panama Railroad to the ter- married and ha:
-ninal cities, as well as receiv- resides in Chofr
ing and delivering cargo. City.


' on Opposite Page


EALEY FOS-
in charge of
the Panama
of the Pana-
has 21 years'
Service. He
s baggageman,
in office assis-
has charge of
invoices for
Colon, receives
cargo, sells
s other office
irn in Colon, is
s one son. He
rillo, Panama


HUGH SEALEY, ticket ven-
dor in the Panama Railroad
terminal station, has been do-
ing this work 7 years, but has
23 years' Panama Canal serv-
ice. His previous work with
the Panama Railroad was as
office worker in- charge of
shipments in Pedro Miguel,
Gamboa, Gatun, Colon, and
Panama. He also had worked
at the former. Panama Rail-
road Station at Plaza 5 de
Mayo in Panama City. He is
married and has three chil-
dren, two of them .boys. He
was born in Pedro Miguel and
now resides in, Paraiso.


Handicraft


Exhibits


This Week
If you see the youngsters from
Canal Zone Latin American
towns walking around with
smiles on their faces these days
it might be that they are proud
of handicraft projects which
they made in the summer vaca-
tion from school, and which are
now being displayed in the vari-
ius townsites.
Items made by these boys and
girls under guidance of volun-
teer instructors were on display
at Rainbow City Thursday, those
at Pedro Miguel will be on dis-
play Saturday, and Paraiso'and
Santa Cruz youngsters will dis.
play theirs on Monday, April 29.
These exhibitions will be in the
school buildings from 1 to 5
p.m.
Next week, Saturday, May
4th, a combined display, group-
ing items from all the communi-
ties, will be displayed at the
Rainbow City Gymnasium from
'2 to 5 p.m.
The handicraft program is
conducted by the. Canal Zone
Summer Recreation Board. This
year's display -will include
leathercraft, pebble work, loop
weaving, beadcraft, foam work,
and :needlework of all descrip-
'tions:
This recreational activity for
the children is made possible
each year through the Canal
Zone United Fund, and the pub-
lic is invited to visit the dis-
plays.


ROCKHOUNDS MEET
The Canal Zone Gem and
Mineral Society will hold its
April social meeting at 7:30
p.m., today. Members are in-
vited to bring guests and ie-
freshments will .be served.


GOLF TOURNEY SLATED
An open golf tournament
will be held at the Lakeview
Golf Club at the former Red
Tank townsite on May 4 and 5
for all interested golfers.
The competition will be for
36 holes and -the registration
fee will be $1. Those interested
and desiring more information
should call Amos Blades at
4-624.

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
April, 15-21, 1963
Miraflores Lock....... 1479
Gatun Locks.......... 174
Las Cruces, 7 trips.... 885
Reina Manuelita,
4 trips..... ......... 74
Passenger. Ships,
2 ships....... ........ 1029
Grand Total ......3641


Coming



Events
APRIL
25-29-Agricultural F a i r in
Chorrera.1
26-28--Canal Zone Boy Scout
Cayuca race through
Canal.
27 -Line Throwers Contest at
Pedro Miguel Locks.
27 -Orchid Chapter No. 1,
Order of Eastern Star,
charity ball and card
party, 8 p.m., Tivoli
Guest House.
27 -The Third National
Transit Congress will be
inaugurated in Chitre,
-Panama.
28 -Fastlich Teenage Base-
ball Party, Balboa Teen
Club, 4:30 p.m.,- May.
MAY
1 -Labor Day in Panama.
5-12-Professional N u r s e s'
Week on the Isthmus.
14 -Violinest Jaime Laredo
will be the first performer
of the Panama Concert
Association season.
29 -Birthday of President
John F. Kennedy.


CFN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00 Parade ot Sports
2:30 Chapel of the Air
3:00 Pro Bowlers Tour
4:15 Man to Man
4:30 Dennis Day
5:00 Tennessee Ernie
Ford
5:30 Chanprlonsihip Bridge
6:00 CFN News
6:15- S ,cred Heart
6:30 Expedition Colorado
7:00 Land ot 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
10:00 Alumni Fun
10:30 Christophers
11:00 Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Tonight

MONDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Magic Land of Ala.
kozam
5:30 Travel Time
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Zane Grey Theater
7:00 Bienvenido
7:15 Armed Forces Screen
SMag.
7:30 Dick Van Dyke
8:00 Arthur Godfrey Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Movietime ."White
Fire"
10:15 A.F.N.R.
10:30 Medic
11:00 Final Edition
10:15 Travel Time
11:15 Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 True Adventure
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Biography
7:00 Services in Action
7:15 Armed Forces News
7:30 Andy Griffith
8:00 Garry Moore
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Archair Theates
"Rocket .Ship XM"
10:30 Ted Mack
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Athur Godfrey

WEDNESDAY
4:50 Billboard -
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Shari Lewis Show
5:30 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
10:00 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 Library Masquerade
7:30 All-Star Golf
8:30 As Ceaser Sees It
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Sing Along with
Mitch
10:00 Jack Paar Show
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY

4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition -
5:05 Magic Midway
5:30 Harvest
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
6:50 Interview
7:00 College Bowl
7:30 Doey Bishop
8:00 Bell Telephone Hour
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Candid Camera
S:30 I've Got A Secret
10:00 Big Story
10:30 Stump The Stars
S11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Friday Wight Theater
"Shadow Man"

SATURDAY
1:00 Cartoon Carnival
2:00 Capt. Kangaroo
2:45 -Saturday Matinee
"Rocket Ship XM'"
4:00 Exploring
5:00 School Story
5:30 Sports: Time
6:00 CFN News -
6:20: Billboard
6:30 Big Picture
7:00 Gale Storm Show
7:30 To Tell The Truth
S:00 Lawrence Welk
8:55 CFN News
9:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00 Big Time Wrestling
10:30 What's Mv Line
11:00 Final Edition .
11:00 Saturday MighM
Theater 'North of the
Border'






Navieros agradecen 211 ANOS DE SERVICIO


labor de bombers


La Division de Bomberos de la Zona del Canal ha recibido
sendas carts de dos empress navieras mediante las cuales ex-
presan su reconocimiento por "la ayuda mis alia de lo exigido
apor el deber" que les fuera dispensada por los "come-llamas".
Una de las misivas esta filmada por W.R. Lazarus, vice-
Presidente ejecutivo de la Cia. Naviera Am6rico-israeli.
"Nuestro CapitAn Adelstein. asi como el Capitan y Oficiales
de ia motonave PAN. nos han informado de la enorme ayuda mas
alli de lo exigido por el deber que used, sus oficiales y bombe-
ros le dispensaron a dicha nave durante el incendio que la envol-
vi6 -en Crist6bal el 19 de diciembre, 1962," dice la carta dirigida
al Jefe de Bomberos W.G. Dolan.
"Permitanos extender nuestras gracias y aprecio a todos
por el magnifico espiritu en que prestaron su ayuda. Sirvase
transmitir nuestro agradecimiento especialmente al Capitan J.
A. Taber y al Teniente K. T. Daly, del. cuartel de Mount Hope".
La otra carta procede de la Panma Agencies Co.. y esta
signada por el Gerente de Operaciones D.C. Langman y dirigida
a B. I. Everson, Director de Asuntos Civiles y dice:
"A nombre de la Grace Line deseamos expresar nuestro re-
conocimiento por la forma rApida y eficaz como se desarrollaron
las operaciones contra incendio abordo de la nave SANTA CECI-
LIA en Balboa el 28 de marzo, 1963. Le agradeceriamos transmitir
nuestras expresiones de agradecimiento al Jefe de Bomberos
Dolan y al personal del Cuerpo de Bomberos."



S E1 lanal de Paniami



P'ILLWAY


Vol. 1 No. 45


VIERNES, ABRIL 26 DE 1963


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Este grupo de trabajadores de los muelles de Crist6bal en la Divisi6n de Terminales del Canal de
Panama, tiene algo en com6n. Ha trabajado conjuntamente, sin interrupciqn, durante los i1timos 20
anos. Esta cuadrilla de mantenimiento de muelles tiene en conjunto 211 arios de servicio con el Canal
de Panama. Sus integrantes son, con sus afios de servicio, de izquierda a derecha: Silvester L. Mor-
gan, capataz 24 alos; Allan A. Francis, 35 anios; Rupert L. Bovell, 24 alios; Cyril I. Pessoa, 31
alios; John Crosdale, 25 alios. En la foto no aparece el otro milembro de la cuadrilla, Edwin
Roy, con 21 alos de servicio. -


Ultim.os 12 dias de vacaciones



en las escuelas latinoamericanas


I* 0 **


Diariamente, durante las horas habiles
de labor, estAn abiertas las matriculas en
los planteles educativos de las Comunida-
des Latino-Americanas de la Zona del Ca-
nal, seg6n inform6 antler el Superinten-
dente Auxiliar de las Escuelas Latino-
Americanas, seinor Charles, A. Dubbs.
Los Directores y personal docente em-
pezaron sus labores desde el dia 24 y los
padres de familiar pueden acudjr a ma-
tricular a sus hijos de edad escolar desde
las 7:15 a las 11:45 de la mafiana y de
las 12:45 a 4:15 de la tarde. 'Se urge a los


interesados.-proceder- a-. realizar las ma-
triculas cuanto antes.
Oficialmente el afio lectivo se inicia
el dia 8 de mayo, pero los 3.855 alumnos
atenderan classes a-partir del jueves 9 de
mayo.
Faltan, por lo tanto, apenas una do-
cena de dias para que reanuden las classes
en las Escuelas Latino-Americanas de la.
Zona del Canal. Estos son, pues, los ulti-
mos doce dias de vacaciones que restan
al estudiantado.


La nave patrullera de la Ar-
mada brit;hica, el H.M.S. Pro-
tector, bajo el comando del
Capitan R. M. Graham, M.V-.O.,
D.S.C., que arrib6 a este puer-
to ayer, estarA *abierta a los
visitantes que- desearen abor-
darla de 3 a 5 y 30 de ]a tarde.
Durante su estadia en este
puerto la -nave de guerra reci-
bird la visit de pupilas del
Hogar del Nifio asi como del


Hogar de Nifias Desamparadas.
Se ban hecho, igualmente,
arreglos en el Banco de San-
gre del Hospital Santo TomAs
para que tripulantes del navio
de guerra ingles concurran a
donar sangre para dicho banco.
Varios actos oficiales, socia-
les y deportivos han sido con-
certados durante la visit del
buque de guerra britAnico que
mafiana zarpara camino a In-
glaterra.


1?


DE


Este afio, mientras los comu-
nistas celebran el-, aniversario
de su ascenso al powder, los
ameiicanos observarAn el pri-
mero de mayo como Dia del
Derecho, consagrado al concept:
to de que la libertad descansa
sobre preceptos legales en vez
del dictado de individuos.
El lema para esta sexta ce-
lebraci6n de la version ameri-
cana del Dia lo. de Mayo, serA
"EL DERECHO: R6gimen de
Ley, no de Fuerzam"
En moments de crisis en
asuntos universales, la celebra-
ci6n del Dia del Derecho ofre-
cerA evidencia .muy significa-.
tiva de la determinaci6n de los
americanos de mantener y de-
fender la libertad y la- justicia
asi como las instituciones que
las hacen posibles. Ademas de
ello demostrarA al mundo la
f6 que- abrigan los americanos
sobre la prevalencia del r6gi-
,men de derecho.
En una proclama expedida
esta semana, el Gobernador
Encargado, David S. Parker,
exhorta a toda la comunidad
de la Zona del Canal a unirse
al poder judicial, los miembros-
del Foro y las autoridades que
aplican la ley en la celebra-
ci6n del Dia del Derecho.


MAYO:

La celebraci6n del Dia del
Derecho, iniciada en. 1958, fue
adoptada oficialmente, y asi de-
signada, por resoluei6n conjun-
ta del Congreso de los Estados
Unidos, en 1961, a fin de que
el primero de mayo de cada
afio sea un dia de celebraci6n


Los visitantes *de la Feria de
La Chorrera mariana sAbado 27
de Abril, tendrAn oportunidad
de admirar a los miembros del
Club "Estrella y Circulo", de
la Zona del Canal, ejecutando
danzas y bailes folkl6ricos de
la 6poca de los pioneros trans.
continentales que se dirigieron
al oeste norte-americano.
Participaran en esas danzas
de antafio los esposos Carl
Glass, de Gamboa; John Far-
row, de Gamboa; Marvin Fryar


DIA DEL


especial para los americanos,
en aprecio a sus libertades, en
reafirmaci6n de su lealtad a su
Patria y en su re-dedicaci6n
a los ideales de igualdad y jus-
ticia bajo la ley.
Para el Dia del Derecho se
proyectan ciertos actos en am-


de Cocoli; Leslie Anderson de
Balboa y Ross Cunningham, de
Balboa.
El club, organizado en 1950,
se reune los sAbados en la
noche en el gimnasio de Anc6n
y emana del de The Prome-
nadors, empezado en 1942. Ross
Cunningham y Earl Dailey,
miembros fundadores del "Star
& Circle", lo fueron tambi6n de
los "Promenators".
El Canal de PanamA tomara


DERECHO


*bos lados del istmo y la tele-
visora C.F.N. presentara un
program especial en la ante-
vispera. La Corte Distritorial
de Anc6n celebrara el mikrco-
les lo. de mayo a las 10:30 a.m.
una sesi6n especial presidida
por el Juez Guthrie F. Crowe


en la cual el punto culminante
consistira en discurso del Co-
mandante R. G. Bidwell, abo-
gado que ha servido en nume-
rosas posiciones legales en la
Armada.
A las 8:45 p.m. se efectuarAn
ceremonies especiales en el
Juzgado de Crist6bal bajo la
presidencia del Juez Charles A.
Garcia. El -discurso de fondo
correrA a cargo del CapitAn
Richard Bacharach, USN (Ar-
mada de los Estados Unidos)
Official Juridico del Dcimo
Quinto Distrito Naval.
El martes 30 de abril a las
6:45 p.m. habrA un program
de preguntas y respuestas por
los canales de la televisora
CFN. ServirA de moderador
del programs el abogado
Woodrow De Castro; el panel
convocarA a distinguidos juris-
tas como el Juez Guthrie F.
Crowe, el Juez Charles A. Gar-
cia, el Fiscal Rowland K. Ha-
zard y el Mayor Thomas C.
Oldham, Sub-Juez Intercesor,
Ej6rcito de los E.U.A. en el
Caribe.
Se invita a residents de la
Zona del Canal y de PanamA a
presenciar estos actos y cere-
-monias y a escuchar el pro-
grama especial de televisi6a.


parte active en la Feria Pro-
vincial de La Chorrera con un
kiosco especial que, ademas de
fotografias y aparato de selec-
trovisi6n, expondrA un modelo
de las esclusas de Miraflores.
La organizaci6n del canal ha'
donado tres hermosos terneros
para que-sean regalados como
premios en la Feria.
Los c6lebres burritos de los
jardines de Summit, Mancha y
Gato, tambi6n irAn a La
Chorrera a divertir a la. nifiez.


Abierta a visitantes

una nave,, de guerra


Bailes de antano en la


Feria de La Chorrera


.T !






SPILLWAY Abrfl 26 de 1963


Singular torneo entire


manipuladores

Las competencias anuales de manila de un cuarto de pul-
manipuladores de cabo!, pasar gada de espesor y de 125 pies,
barcos y, ayudantes del Canal con un peso al cab& de no mais
de Panamrn se. verificarin ma- de ocho. onzas.
fiana a las 10. de la mafiana en Su des'reza se determinari
las esclusas 'de Pedro. Miguel. por la distancia 'a que puedan
Los mis diestros trabajado- lanzarla horizontalmente ,la
res de, la Divisi6n de Eselusas, certeza con que sepan lanzarla
escogidos en eliminatorias: ce- hacia un blanco vertical a 50,
lebradas l'a semana pasada, t pies de distancia y la altura a
volverAn nuevamente a dar qque alcancen a tirarla a una
muestras de su destreza en. el "distancia de, 80 pies.
manejo, de sogas y cables. Cada contender tendri tres
Los contendientes que parti- oportunidades en cada una de,
ciparni en: los singulares. even- las tres fases de la competen-
tos son: Leopoldo, Anderseao y cia, tomindose comor marca la
Octavio) Johnson, de, Gatin,; mis ventajosa que logre de en-
C a r I o, s Melendez y Medaldo' tre cada una de las. tres. Quien
Smith), de. Pedro, Miggel y Juan taviere el mayor nrimero' de
Garz6m y Alfredo- Graham! de? puntos sera el vencedor.
Miraf tres. La competencia ana al de
Con- sujieci6n. a las, regias, es, manipuladores de cabo', esta-
tablecidas durante- las. filtimas blecida, por la Divisi6on de Es&
siete competeneias. celebradas, clusas- en 1956, cuando. el ram o
los contendientes probarAn su de Seguridad de, Esclusas. la
habilidad lanzando urna soga de empez6, es un event muy po-


de cabo

pular ,que atrae a centenares
de espectadores que concurren
a aplaudir a su favorite en' las
competencias.
, Ademis de ver so nombre
grabado en una planeha que
ahora se exhibe en las esclusas.
de Miraflores, el ganador re-
cihe unt premio .de $15.00, apor-
tado por miembros de la Aso-
ciaci6n de Empleados deo las
Eselusas del Atlintica y4 del
Pacifico, que tamnbien di pre-
mios de $10i y de. $5 al segundo
y tercero, respectivamente.
Juan Garzdn, quien represen-
ta a las eselusas de MirafBores,
ha ganado) el titu6. de campe6n
de lanza-lineas; 5 veces, en. los:
0ltimos 7 siete afios.
El ganador et afio pasado, Io
fue Manuel Rodcigues. Eh 1960
Carlos'. Iel6ndez,. quien ahora
represent a Pe dir o, Miguel,
triunf6 en las competencias.


Ifineu- que' ser licenciado todo' perro xioral-atas


UNA ONZA DE


PREVENTION










i SIEIPREI


UTILICE UNA UNTERNA -NUNCA UN FOSFORO-...

...PARA BUSCAR ROPAS, LUBRTOS, 0 .ALQUIER OTRO OJlETO

E LOS A- AaRIS, ROPEROS, ALTILOS,. SOTAMOS, DEPOSITOS-0

RIMMMKES.OBSCURM .

LA LLAMA DEL FOSFORa(O CANDELA4 EN CONTACT COIEL 0-
JETO DE-MA -INOf ENMSVA APARIENCtA, 0 CON EL POLVO ACUMULADO,
PUEBE INICIAR EN' POCOSSEGUNDOS UN INCENDtIO E YASTAS PROPOR-
CIOmES. /


El' primero. de- maye' se ini-
cia la expedici6n de licencias
anuales para. canes en la Zona
del Canal. Ya para el primero
de agosto, todos-los viralatas.
.mayores de 4 meses, deberan
ses licenciados.
Puero- no> vaya a creerse' que
Its. eaninus, pueden. tEoearse en;
licenciados asi como asi. Que
va!... Para obtener su certi-
ficado. precisarA presentar a la
Seecidm de- Licenciasi diel Edi-
ficio, de Asuntor. Civiles; un, cer-
tifieado, de- vacunaci6de anti-ri'-
bica. Por mAs rabioso que se
ponga un viralatas, no, obtendnr
su licenciatura sin ese certifi-
cado de nod estarlo, (rabioso,'
queremos. dieivr)..
. En la clinic Animal de Co-
rozal (Pacifico.) y en la Oficina
d& Sanidad' del! Area.- trte
(Atlintico.); se- atenderk a la
vacunaci6n de los perrunos que
asf to. requieran. Y se exten-
deOsan los- certificados. de voca-


na correspondientes,
Como quiera que la vacuna
anti-ribica usada en la Zona es
vilida por .3 afios,\todo can va-
cunado despu6s del primero de
mayo de 1961 'puede obtener la
renovaci6n de su. licencia con
Base a' su certificad6b original
de- vaeunaicion.
Los caninos vacunados antes
de esa fecha o sea eptre, el
primero. de mayo de 1960 y 'de
196i. tendirin que' renovwa s's
vaceuna antes die obtener su' li-
cencia. La vwaeuna se aplica,
gratis, pero la licencia cuesta
$2.00'.
Para obtener la -vacunaci6n
anti-ribica es. precise' hacer
una cita coB. anterioridad, dis-
cando al nuimeo: Balboa 2883
6 Crist6bal 2576. En Corozal el,
hovario' fijado es de 1I a 5 de
la,' tardle: los dias' hibiles y
tambi6n de 11 de la mariana al
mediodia los. lanes, midreoles
y? viernes. ER el Atflntice se


her interprete de Bach


en el ,-Teatre Nacional -


aplice la 'vacuna inicamente
los, l nes, de 9i a once del dia.
Los formularios para la va-
cuna pueden obtenerse ,enr la,
Clinica Animal de Corozal,. la
Oficina Sanitaria del Area Nbr-
te, todos los cuarteles de poli--
efa,' la, Secci6n 'de E-Liceneia,
puestos militawes:. y ofieinas. de
Seguridad.
El personal civil y military,
radicadb, etn cantones. militares,
dieben, obtener sus lieencias em
sus, respectios, despaehos, pera
Passes. Eli personal de 1a Az-
mada -lo obtendra en sus ofi-
cinas de- Seguridad' correspen-
diente:
Duefio de canes de canes que no re-
quieren ser vacunados deben
presentarse a, solicitar las ii-
cencias correspondientes ltevan-
do' consigo,,. tambi6a, et certi-
ficado- de vacunaci6n: Casede
haber perdido este diltimo, de-
ben, hacer eonastar,, en la, sol-
citud. de- li.eniia, todes- los, da-
tos, re'acionadbs con; la vacuna-
ci6n anterior.
Los empleados del. Canal de
Panami, residents en el lito-
rat atlhfntieo>, d-ben eniviae sus.
certificadbos y valerde- la li-
centcia por correo a la Seeci6n'
de Licencias en el Edificio de.
Asuntes Ci'viies.


Torneo de


chambones
Un torneo -abierto-de golf
pare todos los golfietas y p
los chambones del Pacii-
ca y el! Atlanticom. se celle--
brar, en el Clsb, dt GHFW
Lakeview en Redl Tank t.s-
dias 4' y 5 de ayoe
Esta competencia. sera de.
36: haow y to cuota, d. .ins-
cripci6n .es de $1.
Las personas que- deseen
mayor informaci6n sabre
este torneo de- golf dleben
Iajtnar al Sr. Amesw Beldes'
teltfomn 4-624.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA

Esciusas de
Mirafores........... 1479
Esclusas de Gatun.... 174,
Las- Crwces ( vwaie4 88S
ReiRe Memqelit.
(4 ajes)............ 74
Bacoes. de
Pasajiesw (2)........ 1.-

TOTAL........... 36

r ef r.m vcin s nGuftrada
. por el Servici- 8e. Gufas.
I________ ^ I


En el Institute Panamefli( de
Arte (A;artado 4&., o telifono
3-8112. Panarmi) estin abiertos
los abonos: pram c-atuno> coneier-
cos de. Bach, quoe eriin ofreei-
dOE al tipblicc istmefio: por et
eminent pianista' Alfonse Worr-n
tecino'.
SLs, funciones, empearrin a
%a., 8; y',36, de- la roehe- en, ei
-Teatroi Naciona'i Los dias 6v. 8,
16, y 13i ae, maeyo) enrante;. cos-
rando .los abonos $5.00, por
palieo e a Iniet r.
Montecino),, quien terminal una


Lemporada. triunfial en el Town.
Hall de Noieva York, es tenido
por uno d6 los mas grandes pia-
ncstas de: la 6poca.. habd.endo
merecidb la, Medalla Bach', que
t* e. foe- oorgada aor La IFunda-
.cion, Irternaciona H' a rri et
Cohen. ef Londres Ingiaterra,
enm reconocimiento a sus, inagpi--
ficas interpretaciones de- Bach.
Las localidades pueden' obte-
nerse en Panami a uni precio
sumalmente mbdico de .$1.50: por
Iuneta .u pace por funci6n: un
dblaur por anfiteatr? y 01.25, asien.
to de gakiria.


E xhiberi artefaactos escollar tos, latinos


.Esas sonrisas &t. spatisfaccifn
(eye udi, vo~el eA m btante de
a~igm-nos, 1ovens. d.-. 'as.C~fl~j
cadisestaxano-armenvanas. de la
Zeona dcl- Canal tiiuo- sa. iustifi-
citei6m: ias ocasijr'an. ios prw-
yeetos. deartesanti realizadias
twua'tie- C' peio&loo'de va.ac'iw
res. oscojares.. pmuyectus. que
aborat estin sienda edul) dosi en
atguwtas'6tc alidf des,
Ob'jatoa. echos, pen o sos.' JsS
veie, b~agooetu&/oe, ajc n Lis-
tv ue-tores: votuntavire- fiierono e-
puestok en R ain'eow Cityj el
jueves, -yI lo)sevin; 0, 'eoroo Mi-
guet eci Abado- F, en Pwa& a& 'y'
&astap Cruw eci lunes.29; d1(--ajhrdl.
Llas iujbscioees. ip realican em
'16w e41fciow-escobaexs rcspecli-
vse, de cmna a cinco de la t~arde


en los dias indicauos arriba.
El sibado de la semana en-.
trante. -- 4 dc m;ayo; se, ex-
pondrin conjun:taamente. en el:
Gimnasio, de fain;ow City,. ob,
jeros hecnos por cnicos do todas,
las._ cominidades citadas.. -La
exhibic6'&1 sera de. 2 a 5 de. la
tarde. '
El! program, de. artesania se
readliza bapo lbs auspicio de l
.TJintaa do. Recrea. Veranieg;& dI
Pa Zons del Canal 'Las exhibi-
r-ones- de este- a &o comprendien
artiulbs. de- cuero- de, Dtdrevi-
las, tejidos de' presial. abalbi-
rois y bordade.
Los, programs. recreativos. jui
v .graictas a- I aWuds, di4 Fonda
Unido.,


VARIOS. VOLUNilTARIOS prestaron su' ayude en el program de I vacuna oral contra et police
en el Sector MAatnNco dei I& Zons dell Canal e*Ppasad8o fia. de semean, cuando IT87 dosis
fkeron surinistradbs en ese sector. En eit Gimnesi .dea, Rainbow City recibiron La vacumwde
Tipo I; los residantee d- esa comunidad y em pleados del Canal dir Pana i resid-ntes en Co
16m Enw i fbitm vemos ala extrem,. izquierdo a Witliam Morgan, quien, depositaba en cajetes espe-
ciales los formnilatis dce ,'a. personas que ya habian recibido, l vacuna. Detras. de 6 se encuen-
tran, sentadas, Jazain Joliffe separando, los formutarios; Ruth Sandifoed, contand Ias perso-ns
Que habian tfmado la vacuna y Ageinm Smitht poniend t I fecha en l s form tiow s Detrs fa
dos muchachos exploradores que tambi6n prestaron su ayuda.


I SPILLWAY* -


AbrK 2& & TM- -













Mongo en pila el


D~omingo en Colon


La Liga Provincial -de *Boxeo
Aficionado de Col6n ha confec-
cionado una interesante cartilla
para el domingo 28 de este mes
en la Arena de Colon, en la cual
intervendrAn pugilistas desta-
cados en cinco buenas peleas.
El program comenzarA a las
8:30 p.m. y consta de las si-
guientes peleas:
Luis A. Marin vs.
Roberto Valentine


(0105 lbs.)
Bonifacio Segura vs.
Jorge Sanguillen
,(105 ,lbs.)
Abelardo Racero vs.
Juan G6ndola
((118 lbs.)
-Flix Herrera vs. Miguel P6rez
'(126 lbs.)
Pedro Borbifa vs.
Rodrigo Allen
(126 lbs.)


Los mejores lanzadores


en la series finaL-


La novena de Radio Philips,
dirngida por Bill Nickisher, de-
Trot6 al equipo Whice Horse, -ba-
'v la direcei6n de George Mac
.1rthurs, con anotaci6n dc 7 ca-
,reras por 4 el martes. para
o,nquistat la segunda mitad de
- z.,,a &c Softball -del Pacifico.
Bill ,Muller super desde -la
lomita-a Bob Wood en el'filti-
mo partido de los dos equipos
en esta remporada.
La series final por el campeo-
nato entire los ganadores -de la
primera mitad, Abernathy-Unis-
port, dirigidu por Bill De La
Mater, y de la segunda mitad,


Radio Philips, se miciarAi en el
Parque ,ma la Liga de 'Softball
-del Pacifico en Balboa., el au-
nes 29 de abril, par-a. continuar
el mi6rcoles lo... de mayo y el
viernes 3 de mayo a las 4:45
pmn. cada dia.
El -equ.po ,que tobtenga victorias sera el campedd'
i En esta series finaj estarbn ,ac-
tuando los mejores lanzadores
de la liga, MacNair Lane. Bill
Sparks y Bill Mullei,, y los Me-
jores bateadores, Gary Collins,
Jim Givens, George Tochter-
man, Woody Woodruff, Burt
Mead y Joe -Cicero.


JOe Ceoffin, l9) y -Mike Petrowsky (12) dll -equipo de baloncesto del Junior College de la-Zona del
Canal, sa'ltan en busca del bat6n, mientras .Larry Horine, a la -izquierda y Seymour Barkowitz a la-
derecha, del quinteto Vaolt, observan la jugada, durante el partido que sostuvieron el viernes por
la nocbe en' el Gimnasio de Balboa. El quintet del Junior College, que se encuentr-a invicto,
triunIF -en 1 reToide partido con anotaci6n de 50 a '40 y 'que se decidi6

Seri a 12 -asatos ta pelea Pascual 6rez,-de Argentina,
per'el caanpeonato peso pluma ex.campe6n mundial de boxeo
del- tstm que sostendran el ddl .peso mosca, estuvo de pa-
domingo en el G4amnasio Na- so por Panama el martes, rum-
cienal de' V.anmnA, e1 campe6n bo a Manila, donde -pelearA el
Berisfrd Fr.'ancis y el retador .38 de este mes con Leo Zu-
Julio "Chicha T-Wete" Raiz. lueta. Despues viajari al Ja-
*p6n y entonces vendri, a Pa-
----- nm a sostener uno o dos
combates. P.re. viaia acom-
A manera de ensayo, la Co- paiado de Lazaoi 4oci.
misi6n de Boxeo *de 'Panama
decidi6 que en esta pelea los Koci harA gestiones en, Los
descansos sean de 90 segundds Angeles :parh conseguir al pu-
en vez de 60 y que -el medico gilista filipino Danny Kid, para
de la Comisi6n podri detener que venga a erfrentarse al
el combat -cuando lo estime campe6n peso gatlo del Istmo,
convenient, en caso de lesi6n Ismael Laguna, -el 12 de mayo
sufrida por un boxeador. pr6ximo.


iVaries eventss deportvos es-
tban programnados para fin ide semana con la partici-
pacian de atletas del b1uque ;de
-guerra britknico HM.MS. PRO-
TECTOR.
En boras ,de la maiiana el
Onceno ,del Protector se -en-
frentaba .al Panama Cricket
Club en la cancha Oval ,de Pa-
ra-lso. Esta tarde a la's 3 los
'futbolistas -del Protector cum-
plirin un compromise con el
.equipo de balompi6 -del Ej6rci-
to norteamericano -en Fuerte
Ko'bbe, y el equipo de tiro de
la nave inglesa -competira con-
tra el del Cuerpo de Infanteria
,de Marina aca-ntonado en la
base naval de Rodman.
El patrullero Protector zar-
pari de nuevo mafiana en ho-
ras de la madrugada rumbo a
Inglaterra.


No se puede con Balboa


"Jay" en el baloneesto

Los Bulldogs de la Escuela sal'6 Joe Coffin con 25 pun-
Secundaria de Balboa se im- tos.
pusieron el- mi6rcoles por la Por su parte los Cachorritos
noche a los Diablos Verdes del .de la Escuela Secundaria de
Primer Ciclo Universitario de Balboa vencieron -aimpliamen-
la Zona del Canal por 54 a 52 te 1l segundo equipo ,del Pri-
en tieinpo extra, en el torneo mer Ciclo Universitario con la
escolar de baloncesto en la .abultada .aiotaci6n de 55 a 22.
cancha del Gimnasio de Bal- Los venoedores fueron eneabe-
boa. zados por -Rupert Turner y
Tom Murphy encabez6 el Mike MIcClure con 13 y 11
.ataque ed los vencedores con puntos, respectivamente, 'mien-
21 ;puntos, seguido de Mike tras que Juan Ventura fue el
LeBrun con 15, en tanto-que mayor anotador 4de los perde-
por los Diablos Verdes sobre- adores con 11.


Series final per

el capenato

El pr6ximo lunes se iniciarA
la series final por -el campeonato
de la Liga de Softball del Padi.
fico -en el :cuadro de Balboa.
Esta -seri6 continuara -el mier-
coles lo. ,de mayo y finalizarA
.al *dia siguiente. Mafiana ju-
:gaarin Abetnathy y P-an Liquido
-a las :8:30 .a.m.
El estado de ls los juegos tel~brados el lunes,
" es el siguiente:


Este fomidable equipo de basketball de Rainbow City se
encuentha en mnaganficas condiciones, ye ,que en spectacular
y emocienamte -encentre con -el equipo del Colegio Justo Are-
semena, campe6n de la Liga de Basketball Intercolegial de
,anama, egr6 4mponerse. Atgunas de estas nuevas y fegosas
* -mu-res *sern prospecs segeros par -* 4a ategor4a mayor -de
\.--peerats we-a ide.s.esn c a eluded -e- PanamA.


Radio Philips
Abernathy
Et. Clayton
Ban Liquido
Wbi* tklwme


f k".
.87.5


294
. 1M8.


JOSEFINA SOBERS. to eran corredora de Rainbow City ,actual
campeona national de distancias cortas en Panama, entrarA en
acci6n maeana en los IV Juegos -Deportives Panamericanos que
se celebran en Sao Paulo, Brasil. cendo se inicien llas ompe.,
-encias de pista v campo. Josefina 4lervendrh en las pru bas
de 1M y 200 mets plans y on el eovelo de 4 x W metmos,
e&n uni'6n -de Je' n Htne-,. Marcela Daniels y lt'naie ,A.O n."


S P I.L;L'W A Y


I P49ina Tres


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CANAL-"2


12:00
12:45
i'2:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:30
7:00
7:30
.0:00
9:00
9:30
10:30


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:00
1:30



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

12:00
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
8:00
9:00
10:00
10:15


DOMINGO
Pibujos Animados
Talentos, S. A.
Teleteaolo.
Los Paracaidistas
Wells Fargo
Supercar
Mavericlk
itas2o Royal -.
Este as McGraw
Documental
Ajedrez Fatal
Un Paso al Mas All.:
El- Buen Pastor
Te-leleatro
LUNES
Dick Tracy
Noticias
Pension Leocadia
Cine Seie Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
Fasclnaci6n de'
Miamni.
Reportajes Mundiales
Avances
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Los Vikangos
Noticias
Superman
Estrellas de Holly-
wood
77 Sunset Strip
Foro. 'de. Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro
MARTES
Dibujos Animados
Notcias .
Pension Leocadia
Cinse Serie Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
Los Acuanautas
Reportajes Mundlales
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesla de EslrelUi-
tas
Baranda Hipica
Enredos de Pablito
Noticids -
Rcy Rcodgers
Caravano
La Ciadad Desnuda
Noticias
Teleteatro


MIERCOLES
12:00 Popeye
12:30 Noticias
"12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine- Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n do
Miami.
4:00 Reportales Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 Mundo de la Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de' Estrellitas
6:10 Barandba Hipica
6:15 Ramar de la Selva
6:45 NoCcias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Buanquita Amaro
8:00 Suri Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor.
9:30 Estreno Semanal
-10:00 Noticias
30:15 Lucha Libie

JUEVES
22:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serle Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteciro
11:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami.


4:00
4:30
4:45
5:30-
6:10
6:15
6:645
:' 700
7:30
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:-005


Reportajes Mundiales
A vances .
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesla de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Panameno Pdrpamefio
Noticias
Everglades
Mis Tres HITOs
Nueva Generaci6n
Ballinger de Chicago
Peter Gunn
Nbicias
Tol'eteatro
VIE RNES


-2:00' El Cegalo Magoo
12:30 Nol;cias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia'
1:00. Cine Serie semanal
1:30 Foro 7
'2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 .Fascinacin de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 undo de la Mujer
-5:30 Fiesta de Estiellitas
6:10 RBaanda Hipica
1:15 Flecha Blota
6:45- Noticias
7:00 ufmleman
7:30i Aulwed Hitchcock
8:09 Boris Kr/rlofl
9:001 Markha ,P
.9:30 Papa Saile-r
10o,0. Nooicos
10:15i Teleteqtro
SAIADO
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12;30, Netidac.:
12:45 Cine Aqui y AIa
1:00 Cinoe Serio Semanal
.1:30 l.porlajes M ndiales
2:00 Teleteairo
3:45 Sarao de Tevedos
4:45 El Mundo do eo l u-
ier
5:30 Fiesta de Entrellitas
8:10 Baranda Hipica
- 6:15 Sr. Fiscal
S6:45 Nolicias
7:00 Steve Canyon
7:30 Robin
-9:00 -Ben" Casey
9:00 Aientureros del
MississippI
-l Noticlos
ItsIS T.l)rft 5oe


-CANAL 4
DOMINGO -
10:00 Todo po la Patria
10:30. Program Especial
11:0n0 Sdlvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazanas del Espa.
.cio.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Iniormal
S1:30 +Novelo. Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias -Iniantiles"
6:00' Furia ."
-6:30L Cero Uno
* 7:00 Bonanza
8:00 lefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
30:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Pdjiaros de Acero
12:45 Noticlas
-1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en TV. *
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Ley del Rev6lver.
7:00 Noticias
7:30 lin Tin-Tin
8:00 Legi6n Extranjera
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Bastro
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal '"
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
-4:30 Cocina oen T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30- Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Mattes a las" S
(vivo. musical)
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 El Tercer Hombre
: 0:0 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula

MIERCOLES-
21:30 Alegritas Infantiles
12:15 Diario de a Bordo
12:45 Noticias '
1:00 Carrousel .Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana.
juato. -" -
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla del Puerto
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30- Randall El Justicie-
8.00 C6micos y Canconl
8:30 Murallas Blanc-
-9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Inlantilg.
12:15 linete de la'Pradera
12:45 Noticias. -
1:00' Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela ,Semanal
1:45 Bunas Tardes
S4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias deo Guana-
Wuato..
5:30 Iieres y C6micas
6:00 Patsulla,..del Puerto
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Loreltta Young"
;8:00 'La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30 Murqllas Blancas
9:00- Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dimensi6n Descono.
cida
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
VIERNES


11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
S1:45.
4:00o
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30

7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
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10:30
11:30


11:30
12:15-
12:45
1:00.
S1:10
1:30'
2:00
4:00
'4:30
5:30
6:00
6:30

7:30
8:30
9:30
10:05
10:15


Alegrias Iniantiles
let lackson
Noticlas
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas ,Tardes
Documental
Cocnic en T.V.
Momias. ae Guana.
juato
Ti eres y C6micas
Patrulla",del Puerto
La Sombra del Des-
tino .
Notiias4
6at Maistrson
Loas. Estrellas y Ud.
Murallas Blancas
SPrisinera (Novela)
Los Intocables
Boxeo
Noticia,
SABADO
Alegrias r iantiles
Llanero Solitario
Noticias -
Carroasel Hipico
Mi Carrelilla y. Yo
Yo Quiero a -iLucy
Momias' de Guana-
juato
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Titeres y C6micas-
Patrulla del Puerto
Inveetigadorn .Su b-
marino a
Noticias
Laraumie '
,Perry Mason ,
Suspense
Pelilcia


,Ab1riT26 de 1963


ENRIQUE ROMAN es un darie.
nita que ha estado trabajando
durante 22 aiaos con el Canal de
Panama, 8 de ellos con el Ferro-
carril de Panama. Es oficinista
encargado de embarques y an-
teriormente trabaj6 como apun.
tador de tiempo en el Muelle 18
con la Divisi6n de Terminales.
Naci6 en Cana, Distrito de Pi..
nogana, Provincia del Dari6n.
Es casado, tiene 8 hijos y reside
en la ciudad de Panama. Su
trabajo consiste en preparar
facturas de la mercancia que
se transport en el ferrocarril
hacia las ciudades terminales,
asi como tambi6n recibir y en-
tregar carga.


EDUARDO SEALEY FOSTER, oficinista en-
cargado de embarques en la estaci6n terminal
de PanamA del Ferrocarril de' Panama, tiene
21 alos de servicio con el Canal de Panamd,
en donde comenz6 comao maletero, pasando
luego a ayudante de oficina y por 6ltimo al
cargo que hoy desempefia. Su trabajo consist
en hacer facturas de la carga que se envia a
Colhn, recibir y- despachar carga, vender bo-
letos y otros trabajos de oficina. Naci6 en
Col6n, es casado y tiene 1 hijo. Reside en el
barrio del Chorrillo en la ciudad de Panama.


HUGH SEALEY, vendedor de boletos en la estaci6n terminal del
ferrocarril de Panama, lleva 7 aoias de estar hacienda este trabajo,
pero con' un total de 23 alos al servicio del Canal de Panama. Su
trabajo anterior con. el ferrocarril de Panama fue como oficinista
encargado de embarques en Pedro Miguel, Gamboa, Gat6n, Col6n
y PanamA. Tambien Ileg6 a trabajar en la antigua estaci6n del
ferrocarril en la Plaza 5 de Mayo en Panama. Es casado y tiene
3 hijos, 2 de ellos varones. Naci6 en Pedro Miguel, Zona del Ca-
nal ,y reside actualmente en. Paraiso.


Beatrix Bricefto Exhibe




BEATRIX BRICENO, pintora ccuya prejencia en el panorama
cultural panameufo se viene hacienda sentir vigorosamente.
Nacida en Londres, pas6 su nifiez en el Lejano Oriente, yendo a
Nueva York a finalizar -sus studios. Casada con el diplomatic
y periodista Julio E. Briceno, ha pasado largos afios-en el extran-
jero, viviendo por aiaos en China, Washington, Mexico, Viena y
61timamente, eniRio de Janeiro y viajando por casi todo el mundo.
Hizo. sus primeros studios aqui con Juan Manuel Cedefio y los
sigui6 en Brasil con Frank Schaeffer. Ha celebrado exposiciones
individuals en Brasil y Panama, exponlendo tambi6n en muchas
colectivas. Cuadros suyos cuelgan en pinacotecas de Argentina,
Brasil, Espafia, Pakist6n, Francia, Estados Unidos y otras na-
clones. Su pr6xima exposici6n se realizara a partir del 8 de mayo
en la Asociaci6n Panamenio Americana, Ave. Per6, Panima.
Consistira de dibujos, acuarelas y guaches. -




CALENIARID iE EVENTS
ABRIL

10 al lo. de Mayo-Exposici6n de 61eos de Armando Mo-
rales, celebrado' pintor nicaragiuense radicado en Nueva
York. Institute Panameho de Arte en el edificio del Ma-
gisterio Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
25-29--Feria Agricola de la Provincia de Panama en La Chorre'
ra.
26-28 Convenci6n de los Clubes Rotarios de PanamA en Col6n.
26-28-IX Regata Anual de Cayucos a trav&s 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.
27- Inauguraci6n de nueva secci6n del Laboratorio Conme-
morativo Gorgas por el Presidente Chiari.
27- -Tercer Congreso Nacional del Transito en Chitr6.
28- -Fiesta para los peloteros de la Liga Infantil Fastlich en
el Balboa Teen Club, 4 p.m.
29 -Aniversario del natalicio del Emperador del Jap6n.

MAYO
1- --DIA DEL TRABAJO en Panama.
5-12-Semana-de la Enfermera Profesional.
8- Apertura. de la Exhibici6n de cuadros de Beatrix Bricenio
en:la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana, Ave. Peru,
PanamA.
10- Reiuni6n Anual de los Ingenieros Profesionales en la Base
de Albrook.
33- Dia de la Madre en la Zona del Canal.
14- Aniversario de la Independencia del Paraguay.
14- -Inauguraci6n de la Temporada de Conciertos de la Asocia-
ci6n Panamefia de Concierto con el violinist boliviano
Jaime Laredo.
15- -Fiesta de San Isidro Labrador eni OcA, Capira y Taboga.
25- Aniversario de la Revoluci6n de 1810, Argentina.
29- -Cumpleafios del Presidente John F. Kennedy.
30- Difa de los Difuntbs (Memorial Day) Feriado en la Zona
del Canal


Bajo el encabezado "PEO-
PLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT",
nuestra secci6n inglesa public
informaci6n sobre las siguien-
tes personas:

GEORGE J. HERRING, en-
.cargado de patio de ferrocarril
en el Ferrocarril de Panama
en Crist6bal, ha sido empleado
del Canal de PanamA por casi
28 afios. El habla muy bien el
espahol, pero dice que todavia
io estudia.
Su esposa es Margaret Kun-
kel Herring, hija del finado F.
Edward F. Kunkel, quien vino
a la Zona del Canal en 1908
para trabajar con la Comisi6n
del Canal Istmefio y quien fa-
lleci6 recientemente.
El senior y la sefiora Herring
iesiden en Margarita y son los
padres de 10 hijos, que van
desde los 4 aiios de edad hasta
dos grades que estAn en la
Universidad de la Zona del Ca-
'ial. -

ROBERT G. PETERSON,
Ayudante Administrativo en la
Capitania del Puerto de Crist6-
bal, es hijo de un ostentador
de la Medalla -Roosevelt, quien
vino al istmo en 1905 a traba-
jar como reipachador en la
construcci6n del Canal -de Pa-
namA, despu6s de haber par-
ticipado en la Guerra Hispano-
Americana bajo el comando
del General Goethals. Bob na-
ciA en la Zona del Canal y
aqui se educ6. Ingres6 a la
Direcci6n de Salubridad en ju-
nio de 1935, sirviendo en la
oficina de admisi6n del Hospi-
tal de Col6n. Durante la Se-
gunda Guerra Mundial fue
transferido a la Divisi6n In-
dustrial. Despues de servir en
diferentes dependencias, entr6
a la Divisi6n Fiscal de la Con-
traloria el 6 de diciembre de
1953.
Su hermano H. K. Peterson
es superintendent de produc-
ci6n de la Divisi6n Industrial
de Mount Hope, otro hermano,
Lloyd Peterson, trabaja en la
Secci6n- de Transporte; otro,
Walter, quien estuvo encarga-
do del abattoir y fabrica de
salchichas de Mt.,Hope, ayud6
a construir el abattoir de Pa-
nama. Su hermana Mildred
M. Stone, reside en James-
town, Nueva York, habiendi
sddo telefonista del Canal -4e
Panama antes de Jwbilars-


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