Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: May 3, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00405
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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First Class Completes,



'Oral Skills' Course


How to make a speech --or
the case of the tongue-tied
supervisor- is a matter of
concern to the Panama Canal
Personnel Bureau and some-
thing is being done about it.
This week a group of 12
Panama Canal employees in
supervisory positions complet-
ed a 14-day course called
"Supervisory Oral Skills,"
sponsored by the Employee
Utilization and Development
Staff under the direction of


Loren B. Burnham.
For the past two weeks,
supervisors have been put
through their speech-making
paces by James A. Barrett, a
staff instructor who feels that
the ability to make an effect-
ive speech is 'more often ac-
quired than" inherited even
by bosses.
The course is the first of a
series to be given for super-
visors every three weeks, from
now until the end of August.


Vacation Tutors


Are Available


Summer time is not always
vacation time entirely for
some of tch teachers in the Ca-
nal Zone Division of Schools.
A number of the teachers re-
main on the Isthmus during
the summer and are available
for private tutoring.
Parents of pupils interested
in having children tutored dur-
ing the summer months will
find listed below the teachers
and subjects available, to-
gether with the teachers' tele-
phone numbers for personal
contacts.
The available tutors from
the secondary schools are as
follows:
PACIFIC SIDE
David Baglien, social studi-
es, English, general mathe-
matics and algebra, 6-718;
Wesley Bondurant, mathema-
tics, 2-4584; Stewart Brown,
adaptive physical education,
2-2879; James Bynum, Eng-
lish, 2-1661; Mrs. Ligia De
Armas, Spanish, Panama 4-
1630; Frank De Geer, history,
English and Spanish, 2-1306.
Raymond Greene, English
and history, 2-3594; Mrs. Shir-
ley Haselden, French, 2-1686;
Lester Hutchinson, mathema-
tics, 6-239; Mrs. Mary Jack-
son, English and history, Pan-
ama 3-5393; Albert M. Lampe,
elementary and Junior High
School mathematics and Eng-
lish, 2-4131; L. Rex Robinson,
science and history, 2-1661.
J. Weston Seaquist, algebra,
general mathematics and bio-
logy, 2-2520; Charles Tatman,
English and social studies, 2-
3324; George Walters, business
and social studies, 2-1771; H.
Loring White, English and so-
cial studies, 2-4497; Robert A.
B e r g, general mathematics


and social studies, 2-4549.
Frank Gurney, music, 2-3286;
Wallace Woodruff, music, 2-
1313; Lyle Jenkins, biology,
general science, general ma-
thematics, history and gram-
mar, 2-4523; Kenneth Tucker,
social studies, general, mathe-
matics and Spanish, 2-1386;
James L. Wolf, social studies
and English, 2-4246.
ATLANTIC SIDE
Wrs. Ethel Bialkowski, Eng-
lish, mathematics, algebra,
Latin and history, 36-582;
Richard Bock, mathematics,.
36-703; Robert Shipman, in-
dustrial arts, biology, health
and safety and science, 36-725;
Mrs. Patricia Vinton, English
and history, 36-532; Gordian
Armstrong, English and social
studies, 36-435; Oswald Jor-
stad, group instruction in in-
strumental music, 3-1521.
The elementary school teach-
ers who will be available for
tutoring this summer are:
PACIFIC SIDE
Albert Lampe, mathematics
and English, 2-4131; Polly
Daniels, grades 3-6, 6-219; Be-
verly Boyett, kindergarten to
grade 6 and English, 2-4209;
Mary Harmon, reading, 276-
6205; Enid Freemaiin, arith-
metic and reading, 2-4213; Jan-
ice Blas, primary reading and
arithmetic, P a n a m a 3-4552;
Carol* Farnsler, grades '1-6,
reading and arithmetic, Pan-
ama 5-3275; Rose Cobb, grades
1-6, 6-896.
ATLANTIC SIDE
Dabney Meeker, grades 5-6,
arithmetic, 3-1496; Clara -Jor-
stad, group instruction in in-
strumental and vocal music,
3-1521; E the l Bialkowski,
grades 5-7, 36-582; Amanda
Johns, grades 1-6, 37-2862.


By that time, it is expected
that eyery departmirt, unit
head or supervisor will be able
to express himself in a few
well-chosen words whenever
the occasion arises.
The whole program of oral
skill improvement was touch-
ed off last year by Dr. Ed-
ward E. Pickard, of the U.S.
Army Engineer School at Fort
Belvoir, Va., who came to the
Isthmus on the invitation of
Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
At that time Bureau heads
and other top Panama Canal
managers were given a review
in public speaking.
Those who received certi-
ficates for having completed
the first course in Supervisory
Oral Skills this week are Lloyd
Anderson, Mrs. Margaret Mur-
phy, Robert Stevens and
George Daniels from Person-
nel; A. D. Bishop, and Thomas
Lewis, of the Office of the
Comptroller; Robert Byrne,
Supervisor of the Canal Zone
Guide Service; Paul Ficzeri
and Henry M. Winter, of the
Safety Branch; Walter M.
Mikulich, Special Services Of-
ficer; William Wigg, Chief of
the Records Management Sec-
tion of the Administrative
:Branch; and E. W. Zelnick,
Chief of the Water and Lab-
oratories 'Branch.


Mental Health

And Volunteer

Is Panel Topic
Dr. S. W. Hollingsworth, Su-
perintendent of Corozal Hospi-
tal, will conduct a panel discus-
sion of various aspects of men-
tal heal health and the role of a
volunteer worker in the mental
health program at a general
meeting of the American Red
Cross Gray Ladies to be held
Monday at 9:30 a.m. in the
Canal Zone Red Cross Head-
quarters in Ancon.
Assisting Dr. Hollingsworth as
members of the panel will be
Miss Jay Tuxford, Social Work-
er at Corozal and Miss Joyce
Harti, Recreation Director at
Corozal.-
Following the discussion, spe-
cial awards will be presented
to members of the Gray Lady
organization by Judge Charles
A. Garcia, Chairman of the Ca-
nal Zone Chapter of the Amer-
ican Red Cross.


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum









SPILLWAY
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Vol. 1 No. 46


FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1963


Applicants Sougoht


For Villa Caceres


With the next group of
dwellings in the Panama hous-
ing development of Villa Ca-
ceres expected to be ready by
July, applicants for purchase
of these homes are urged to
get their applications in as
soon as possible so that they
can be processed by the time
the houses are ready for as-
signment.
The next group of 126 in-
cludes 101 three-b e d r 0o m
houses and 25 two-bedroom
houses.
Panamanian citizens employ-
ed by the Panama Canal or-
ganization are among those
eligible to become homeown-
ers at modest cost through
this cooperative Panama-Unit-
ed States program to enable
middle-income families to buy
houses of their own in the
Villa Caceres development.
The minimum income for a
typical family qualifying for a
loan to buy one of the houses,
Panama officials associated
with the project say, is $150
per month for a 2-bedroom
dwelling, $180 per month for a
3-bedroom dwelling. Included
in these income figures are
earnings of not only the heads
of households, but also those
of working wives and other
wage earners in the. house-
hold.
Applications for home pur-
chase, loans from Caja de
Ahorros, P a n a m a savings
bank, are prepared with the
assistance of Canal offices and
forwarded to the bank for pro-
cessing. App'-cation forms in
both Spanish and English are
available to any employee at
the housing offices of the Com-
munity Services Division in
either Cristobal or Balboa.
The Canal organization and
other U.S. Government \agenci-
es on the Zone are assisting
any employee wishing .to buy
one of the houses.
A Canal program to assist
employes in solving difficulties
they may encounter in at-
tempting to buy one of the


homes was initiated more than
a year ago by Governor Ro-
bert J. Fleming, Jr.
Applicants are required to
provide evidence of Panama-
nian citizenship, a Panama
."Paz y Salvo," a statement
that they do not presently own
a home, a cash down payment
of 15 percent of the total pur-
chase price and minor "clos-
ing costs."
Land development and con-
struction supervision is by the
Institute de Vivienda y Ur-
banismo, under an agreement
with Caja de Ahorros. The
homes are of concrete block
or clay tile walls, have a built-
up roof, and concrete floors
with tile surfacing. Each con-
tainsclosets, losets, complete plum-
ing and electrical installations,
a laundry tray, and clotheds-
drying facilities.
The lot for each dwelling is
approximately 300 s q u a r e
meters.
The Villa Caceres housing
development, expected to in-
clude construction of at least
635 homes, is located on the
Transisthmian Highway about
5 miles from Balboa. Work on
the cooperative program was
started in October, 1961.
Fifty-three houses have been
completed and all of these as-
signed.


Meeting Date


Is Advanced
The date for .the next
open meeting of Canal
Zone U.S. Civic Councils
has been set forward one
week.
The meeting will be held
at 7:30 p.m., Monday, May
13, in the Balboa High
School Activities Building.
It originally was sched-
uled for May 20.


Second Round In Anti-Polio


Drive


The second round in the ef-
fort to "stamp out polio" in
the Canal Zone will swing into
action today and Saturday, as
Type II and Type III vaccine
is administered in Pacific Side
communities, including Gam-
boa. The two additional types
of vaccine will be administer-
ed on the Atlantic Side on May
17 and 18.
Type I vaccine was admin-
istered last month. All three
types are needed for complete
protection.
If you had Type I vaccine
last month take Type II and
Type III for full protection.
If you did not have Type I
vaccine last month take
Type II and Type III to get
the protection they offer.
In other words, it doesn't
make any difference what ord-
er you take them in, the im-
portant thing is to take all
three.
And don't forget: You'll
need to fill out a new registra-
tion blank for this weekend's
dose of Type II and Type III
vaccine. If you saved your
copy of the form you filled out
for Type I vaccine, you can
have the combined dose of
Type II and Type III record-


ed on it, but the Health Bureau
will need a new form for its
records. Fill it out ahead of
time and save time at the
clinic.
The vaccine, given on a
sugar cube, has no side effects
and individuals who are al-
lergic to penicillin or other
drugs can take it with safety.
Taking the vaccine does not
interfere with your normal
routine. You can eat any-
thing, drink anything, or do
anything you want either be-
fore or after taking the vac-
cine.
The oral vaccine provides
-protection against the disease
which is not provided by Salk
vaccine and Health Bureau of-
ficials have advised everyone,
young and old, to take it.
Eighty-five million doses of
the vaccine have been given
in the United States 'and the
U.S. Public Health Service
says "Vaccination is especial-
ly recommended for those
adults who are at higher risk
of naturally occurring di-
seases; for example, parents
of young children, pregnant
women, persons in epidemic
situation and those planning
foreign travel."


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Page -Twe a a" IL L WAY May 3, 1963


President Roberto F. Chiari
and a number of other high
anking officials from Pana-
-na and the Canal Zone have
:een invited to attend the pre-
miere Isthmian performance of


Call them what you will -
"urnpikes, expressways, free-
vays, tollways, thruways- this
iew kind of highway is criss-
:rossing the nation.
More and more people are
turning into the curving ramps
is the new Interstate System
continues to grow.
These roads are safer. But
they can't be used in the same
way as the traditional high-
way-and the traditional safety
-ules must be left behind at
the cloverleaf.
Time was and still is -on
the older roads when the
rallying cry was, "Hop in and
let's go'!" A service station was
seldom so far away that fuel,
oil,' or repairs could not be
obtained. But for the super-
highway, everything must be in
-eadiness before driving onto
.he entry ramps. Be sure the
cooling and lubricating -systems
can take steady high speed
Driving. The fuel tank should
je full. More than half of turn-
dike emergency calls are for
jas, oil, or water.
Know your exit and be ready
':o leave when yau get to it. If
the, route is new to you, check
the map before starting out.
Also note the exit before the
one you want, so you will have
plenty of time to get ready.
On older roads it is necessary
to -slow or stop before enter-
ing traffic. Not so on the ex-
pressway. While in the entry
ramp and acceleration lane you
must match the speed -of traffic
and blend right in. Remember
that this is a high-speed stream.
Vehicles that buck the current
by entering slowly force other
drivers to brake or change lanes
suddenly. This often results
n accidents which, can involve
many cars.
While on the turnpike-ignore
.he habit formed on other-roads
of slowing ,down well in advance
9f turn-offs. Here you must
maintain speed until you turn
into the deceleration lane. Then
slow quickly. Depend on your
speedmeter, not your senses.
After turnpike cruising speed,
even 45 miles an hour feels like
you're parked-and .45 is far
to fast for the ramps.
'On the expressway, you don't
pick your own pace. The pace
set by the majority is the safe
speed, -even if it',is faster or
slower than you like. The slow-
poke is as dangerous as the
speeder-'he breeds impatience
and risky passing. If you can't
keep up, keep off the pike.
On these super roads, there
is no stopping .and no 'backing.
If you miss an exit you must
go on to the next one. If you're
confused or in doubt, leave
the road at -the next rest stop
or exit, then figure it out. You
may stop in the expressway
only in an emergency, and as
far onto the shoulder as you
can get.
On ordinary two-lane roads,
every second of a passing
maneuver can mean danger,
and you spend as little time
in passing as possible. But on
the superhighways there is no
oncoming traffic to worry
about, and you can take more
time. Use ttrn -signals and


"Der Rosenkavalier", a color
film produced and directed by
Paul Czinner, which will be
shown May 22 and May 23 at
the Della Vista Theater in Pa-
nama, under sponsorship of the


Bill Moving In Congress
A bill which will make it tion, known formally as H.
possible for Certificates of R. 5175, is expected to pass
Citizenship to be issued in the House of Representa-
the Canal Zone will reach tives soon.
the United States House of
Representatives for action Objective of the bill is to
next week. make it easier for U.S. citi-


Governor Fleming, who
has urged passage of the
bill and has cooperated with
Canal Civic Councils in seek-
ing its introduction .and ap-
proval, has been inform-
ed that the proposed legisla-


rzens born in Panama or the
Canal Zone a n6d desiring
proof of their citizenship to
obtain the necessary, Certi-
ficates -of Citizenship with-
out visiting a Stateside U.'
S. Immigration Court.


check to the rear before chang-
ing lanes, and get into the pas-
sing lane well to the rear of the
car ahead. Make sure its driver
is not about to pass a car in
front of him. Return to the
right-hand lane only when you
clearly see the cpr you have
passed in your mirror-and use
the turn signals. Be sure your
signals, are turned off after
switching lanes.
The old rule of one car length
-for each 10 miles an hour of
speed is not enough at the high
speeds of thruways. Double it.
'If cars cut in front of you in
heavy traffic, try.to leave your-
self an out- a clear space 4in
the lanes to the right or left-


British Aid Society.
Tickets -at $1.50 each are to
be on sale at the British Em-
bassy during office hours and
at the El Panama Hilton Hotel
and the Tivoli Guest House dur-
ing the week of May 13 to 19
inclusive.
Proceeds from the show will
be used by the British Aid
Society, which is active in the
Canal Zone and Panama in
welfare work among former re.
sidents of the West Indies and
the British Commonwealth coun-
tries.
The film "Der Rosenkavalier"
is .an actual on-the-stage per-
formance filmed at the Salzburg
Festival. It stars Elizabeth
Schwarzkopf, Sena Jurinac, An-
n e i se Rothenberger, Otto
Edelman and Erich Kunz. Mu-
'sic by Richard Strauss is play-
ed by the Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra under the direction
of Herbert von Karajan.


Diffei

to dodge possible cI
crashes.
Some of the -old
ever, are even mor
o n superhighways
ways allow no mist
ond guesses. Read
so you will know w
Stop at rest ar
every 100 miles.
sleepiness 'cause
dents.
No one has yet fo
tical way to prot
from -bad weather.
fog, and rain ma]
roads no better th
They 'can -be eve
drivers fail to sl
compensate for -poo


. -a 4 k -U-


The Panamanian Institute .of
Art, which is devoted to fur-
thering the cultural develop-
ment of Panama and encour-
aging artistic activities, offers
a variety of benefits to mem-
bers whose dues help defray
the organization's expenses.
The benefits include free
admission for members, their
families, and guests to many of
the Institute' events and re-
duced admission rates to those
not offered without charge.
There are two types of mem-
bership. One is an Active Mem-
bership, with a membership fee
of'$20 per year, and the other
is an Associate Membership,
with a membership fee of $6 a
year. There also are a group
of sponsors which include pro-
minent business, commercial,
and industrial concerns in Pa-
nama.


1.l1 The Institute has presented a
number of art exhibits and
other programs since it was
hain-reaotion founded about a year ago, in-
cluding a representative show-
rules, how- ing of modern American art
re important works brought here on loan
3., Express- from the New York Museum of
takes or sec- Modern Art.
every sign Headed by Adolfo Arias Espi-
h s ahead. nosa, former Panamanian Am-
eas a bout bassador to the Vatican, the
Fatigue and Institute is a cultural, non-profit
many acci- corporation. Mr. Arias is as-
sisted in operation of -the Insti-
oudd a prac- tute by Mrs. Graciela de Eleta
uect a road and Mrs. Patricia Picard-Ami,
Snow, ice, a 1U. S. citizen.
ke ,the new Functioning as part of the
ken the new Department of Fine Arts of the
an the old. Ministry of Education, the Insti-
n worse if tute is composed of individuals
ow-down to from all walks of life who are
r conditions. interested in furthering Isth-


Keeping Freedom

EDITOR'S :NOTEt The following .article, written 'by Deyaun 'Brown
of Canal Zone 'College, 'earned her an -award from Phi Theta -Kappa
for the -best general article published in the Golden Key, national
publication of Phi Theta Kappa. Miss Darleen Powell, 'president of
the local chapter and official :delegate to the :group's national con-
vention in -Miami Beach last month, presented Miss Brown with the
award trophy during the local chapter's scholarship dinner Wednes-
day evening ,at the Fort Amador ,Officers' Open Mess.
By DEYAUN BROWN, Canal Zone College
Fellow students in Canal Zone Junior College, I would like to
speak to you this afternoon as fellow ;as fellow citizens of the free
world. I feel that we should all be interested in 'our free world,
or what's left of it, so that we may keep it free for ourselves, for
our children, and for our children's children.
The title of'my speech is "Keeping Freedom in a Fear'
ful World". We are all acquainted with the force that
'threatens to plunge the whole world 'into slavery with its
mad, idealistic doctrine .and its power-crazed leaders. Com-
munism threatens to engulf the greatest civilizations ever
built by man, and it forces the free world to live in a
terrible .fear.
This fear has become a grave problem all over the globe,
including our own United States. This afternoon I should like to
consider some of the problems this fear has -caused, 'especially
in the "states." All of us must be aware of the threat to our
country and our way of life, but we must not let our fears drive
us apart. As our speaker in last week's assembly told us, the
strategy of the communists in 'their drive for world conquest is
the old Roman one of "Divide and Conquer.'* Our strategy must
'be "In Union There is Strength!"
In the United States, groups of right-wing radicals have
sprung up as .a result of the ever-presentgrowing threat
of Communism. These radicals appear and do their work
;in different ways. Some organize local groups, some organ-
ize National groups, and some are well-known and can
attract and win popular public support. Not ,all of these
groups or individuals do harm. As a matter of fact, I be-
lieve that the majority of locally-organized groups are
merely conscientious citizens who wish to aid the country
by finding ,out what they can -do to halt the spread of 'the
cancer of -Communist control. As a result of these national
and local groups, there has been a general awakening of
the trusting, even sometimes apathetic American public.
But-there has been an overall bad effect of these groups
also; there has been a spread of suspicion within the Amer-
ican public.
Some of these groups seem to .advocate that one must be
suspicious -of everyonee else. They are rather like the cartoon that
appeared in the St. Louis Dispatch. There was a picture of Uncle
Sam and the Statue of Liberty sitting on a ,park bench in the twi-
light. Uncle :Sam is saying to the Statue of Liberty that old Quak-
er bromide. "Everyone is a little subversive but the and 'me-and
sometimes I think that even thee.- -'. Perhaps-that example is
a little bit overdrawn, fbut it does illustrate' my point.
Some of the radical groups go to unbelievable extremes
in their accusations. General Walker has accused the late
Dag lammarskiold of being a Communist. Last Novem-
ber an individual stated that the first Thanksgiving was
Communistic, -because the Pilgrims and the Indians all
brought food and shared it! Therefore, he stated, to cele-
brate Thanksgiving Day in the United States is Com-
munistic! What's to come of all -this--no more picnics?
Other groups, sometimes called "Witch hunters" haunt the
college campuses, and even if a Professor breathes the
word "Communism" immediately these "Witch hunters"
pet suspicious, and often the Professor is so humiliated by
these suspicions that he finds it necessary to resign his


In Fearful


mian cultural development.
The activities of the Institute
include exhibitions of paintings,
sculpture, and ceramics; musi-
cal concerts, plays and dramas;
lectures and classes in art ap-
preciation; poetry recitals and
readings of literary works;
children's theater; and classes
in drawing and painting for
children.
To promote its activities, the
Institute issues a monthly bulle-
tin to all members listing all
art exhibits, plays, concerts,
shows, roundtable discussions
on, art, and other events which
'are scheduled.
Mir. Arias, who formerly was
associated with theatrical ac-
tivities' in California, comment-
ed recently that he believes as-
sociation with the Institute "is
richly rewarding" for those who
thus are "able to contribute to
the cultural agrandizement of
the community while experienc-
ing and enjoying, in the process,
all these culturally enriching
activities."
The head of the Institute will
star in the organization's pre-
sentation of Alejandro Casona's
comedy "Las 3 Perfectas Casa-
dos," which is scheduled to
open June 10 at the Sala Teatro
44 in Panama City. Many Isth-
mians will recall Mr. Arias's
excellent performance in "Dial
M for Murder" with the Ancon
Little Theater some years ago.
Most of the art exhibits spon-
scored by the Institute are pre-
s'ented at the Panamanian
Teachers' Union Building on
Avenida K. (For exact location,
see map in Spanish section of
SPILLWAY 1.


1 World


position.
How can youn,' college students learn about the evils of Com-
munism? How can you and I see through their lies and avoid
being duped by them if our Professors cannot teach about the
Communist Conspiracy without damnations? To illustrate the dan-
gers of this suspicious point of view, I would like to quote from an
address given by the late Justice Learned Hand, given at the
convocation of the University of New York State. He said (and I
read the quotation):
"I had rather take my chance that some traitors will
escape detection than spread abroad a spirit of general
suspicion and distrust, which accepts rumor and gossip
in place of undismayed and unintimidated inquiry. I be-
lieve that community is already in the process of dissolu-
tion where each man begins to eye his neighbor as a possible
enemy, where non-conformity with the accepted creed,
political as well as religious, is a mark of disaffection;
where denunciation, without specification or backing, takes
the place of evidence; where orthodoxy chokes freedom
of dissent; where faith in eventual supremacy of reason
has become so timid that we dare not enter our convictions
in the open lists-to win or lose. The mutual confidence on
which all else depends can be maintained only be an open
mind and a brave reliance on free discussion.",
Fellow students, this sums up what I have tried to say. When
we depend on rumor and gossip rather than fact and truth obtain-
ed by sound thinking, we are playing directly into the hands of
our would-be conquerors. If college teaches us one thing, it should
teach us not to be opinionated; it should teach us to think clearly.
If we .cannot distinguish good from bad, right from wrong as
individuals dependent upon our'own reasoning, then our moral
teachings have failed, our educators have failed: indeed our
whole system of free individuals has failed! We shall have divided
ourselves.-we shall have done the Communists work for them.
I do believe that many of the radical individuals have
the interest of the United 'States at heart, but they are
unwittingly playing into the hands of the Communists by
making our citizens suspicious of everyone else. Francis
Bacon once said, "Suspicions amongst thoughts are like
bats among birds. Certainly they are to be repressed, or at
least well guarded, for they cloud the .mind, they interfere
with business, where-by business cannot go on currently
and constantly. They dispone kings to tyranny, husbands
to jealousy, wise men -to irresolution and melancholy. They
are defects not in the heart but in the mind. There is noth-
ing that makes a man suspect more than -to know little;
therefore -men should remedy suspicion by procuring to
know more."
The key to our problem is the passage, "to procure to know
more." We, as college students, have the benefit of being taught
the ways of clear thinking; the methods of scientific thinking, of
logical proof, and the best moral teaching of the great teachers
of all time. All of these fuse together to form the clear thinking
individual, who will be reluctant to believe rumors, and will not
spread them until he is sure of his facts, in which case it ceases
to be a rumor and becomes a fact. He will not be afraid to state
his opinion merely because "everybody" believes the rumor.
Unity is .our chief line of defense, it has always been the chief line
of defense in our country and it will continue to be. This must
be our strategy, fellow students, "United We Stand!"
I urge all of you to use your heads, judgment, con-
science as a guide to determining what is rumor and what
is fact, to avoid misunderstanding and suspicion in an
effort to :keep our world free! If we can remain united, we
shall triumph-for in reality we are not fighting a people,
a country, or even the leaders. We are fighting an ill-
starred, ill-conceived, and ill-run Idealism-and thinking
people will conquer it!


'Rosenkavalier' Perfomanies To Be May 22-23


Arts Institute Offers


Variety Of Benefits


Freeway Driving


May 3, 1963


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TOPS 014 ATILANTIC ShIDE. Elementary school chicren, with, the highest scores, in the seven-
part competit-on on physical; fitness in- AtlaHnttside schools are: Girls, Leslie Butcher of Coco. Solo,
Maria Hanly of Margarita, Kathy Dockery of Coco. Solo, Glesnd& Lewis of Morgaritar; Carol Love of' Ga-
tun, and Rubia Packard of Margarita; boys, Thom as Baas of Margarita, Joseph Cronan of Margarita,
Miguel Walbridge of Margarita, RPchard Cooper of Coco Solo, and Fletcher Kennon of Gatun;


Youth Fitness Week, May 5-11


The Canal Zone U. S. Schools
are celebrating Youth Fitness
Week from May 5 to. May 11.
Many special .programs are
being presented to help, empha-
size the week and interpret the
program to, the parents. The
elementary schools at F r t
Clayton, Diablo, Aneon, and
Fort Kobbe have already pre-
sented programs. /
Some elementary schools have
invited parents, to visit the phys,
ical education periods to see
what type of, activities have
been presented during the
year while other schools will


have assemblies to award the.
covete-d fitness awards to
qualifying. fifth and sixth
grades. pupils.
Nearly four thousand- Canal
Zone students took the seven
item. fitness test this year which
is recommended by President
Kennedy's Committee on Physi-
cal Fitness. ,
Among the activities during
the co-ming- week are:,
Monday night, gymnastic ex-
hibitionin the upper gymnasium
at. Balbba.
Tuesday night- interscholastic


basketball game between- Cris-
tobal High School and Balboa
High School at' Balboa G:-ynma-
siuim; .
Wednesday night, Balboa High
Schools Lettermen's Banquet.
Thursday night,, basketball
between Gibraltar Life and Bal-
boa Hig-h at Balboa'.
Friday night, basketball be-
tween College and Cristobal
High at Coco Solo,.
Saturday morning, Elementa-
ry School age-group swimming-
meet at 1O a.mn. at the Balboa
Swimming Pool.


Russell M. Jones is, a holder of the Boy Scout Silver
Beaver Award, highest honor bestowed by the Boy Scouts
of America. Now he also has a certificate from the In-
ternational Association of Machinists for "Distinguished(
Service to the Community."
Putting his ideas into acti )n earned both honors for
the mechanical supervisor at 1Iiraflores Locks. He detail-
ed some of those ideas at the 75th Aniversary Banquet
which IAM Local Lodges 811 and, 699 held Wednesday
evening in the Tivoli Guest' House.
"If you live in the community, you have a definite
responsibility toward that community," Mr. Jones told
the banquet meeting. "Being one of the community in-.
stead of just somebody who lives there" is im-portant to
progress in any community, he told.his listeners.
"Many things are brought about by .people just: -ex-
pressing their opinions," he asserted, and warned his
listeners against adopting the attitude toward their
schools, churches, and other organizations. that "We've
got somebody else to run it... That's the best way I
know of to ruin everything."
Mr Jones obviously has put those -viewpoints to the
test and hasn't found them wanting. To, him -and to-
us-- they represelit much of the viewpoint which has
made democracy, work.



QUOTATION OF THE WEEK
The way to convince another is to state your case
moderately and accurately. Then scratch your -head or
shake it a little and say that is the way it seems to "you,
but that bf' course you may be mistaken about it. This
causes, your listener to receive what you have to say and
as like as not turn about and try to convince you of it,
since you are in doubt. But if you go at him in a tone of


positiveness and arrogance,
of him.


you only make an opponent

Benjamin Franklin.


TOPS ON PACIFIC SIDE Elementary, school children with the highest scores in the/ seven-part
competition on physical fitness, in PacifiC-side schools are: Girls, Lindsay McConney of Anco, Lorraine
Shuey of Gamboa,/ Margaret Engehke of Balboa,. Rita Padalino of Fort Clayton, Grace Gustafson of- Los
Rios, Rosa McNamee of Cocoli, .GracWela Alvaren otf Diablo, and Carmen Maurino, of Fort Kobble bo*ys
Mack Stonen of Ancon, Steve Bristol of- Ganba&,. Mike- 'Bradshaw of Balhoa, Constantiho .Zaccheua of
Fort Ctay-ton, Gustava Fernandes: of. os. iios, Ri clard Casey of Cocoli, Teddy Park oft Diabiw, and
Donald Horn of Fort- Kobbe.


The Physical Education De-
partment of Balboa High
Sheodl wil present a special
program Mt 7:30 p.m., May 6,
feat ar ing gymnastics and
tumbling- skills being taught to
all5 boys and girls in Balboa
HighI School and Canal. Zone
College .
The program will include a
,g irls, group demonstrating
skills; used in tumbling and, the
building of human, pyramids.
A bvys? .group will follow with
a demonstration of hand
springs, forward rolls, aerial


flips and roundoffs. A parallel
bar demonstration will include
flips, kiprups, handstands and
dismounts.
Final event on the program,
which is part of the schools'
programs on National Youth
Fitness Week, will be a dem-
onstration on the horizontal
bar, with events including kip-
ups, back uprises, full hip
circles, and the giant swing.
The public is welcome to at-
tend the program, for which
there will be no charged


Elementary Swim Meet


The third annual' Balboa
Elementary School Swim Meet
on Saturday, May 11, at the
Balboa. Pool will include 17
events for youngsters attending
U. S elementary antf St. Marys,
schools in the Canal Z'one.
Sponsored by' the Canal Zone
Division of Schools, .the event
Ni to be the Balboa pool's main
contributions to National Youth
Fitness ,Week-.
Eaeh contestant may enter
two events in his, own age group
and winners- of first, second o0
third places wilt receive medals..
A trophy wil, be awa-rded& to


the outstanding boy, and girl.
swimmer..
Any elementary school child,
in regular attendance at Balboa
Pool is. eligible for the award.
Selection is, based on- swimming-
ability, attendance at. competit.
ive workouts, and sportsman-.
ship. \
Ehtry firms, for the- meet,,
which %ill start at li a.m., may
be obtained from' the Coco Solo,
Gatun, Gamboa, or Balboa
pools. Forms should be com-
pleted and returned to the
Balboa: pool not later than,
Wednesday', 'May &
Events for children six and


Set May 11

under will, he 25-yacd freestyle
and 25-yard backstroke. Other
events, by age groups are
seven years;, 25-yard- freestyle
seven. and eight years,. 25-yari
backstroke-; eight years, 25
yard, freestyle; eight and, under.
25-yard, breaststroke and 25-
yard butterfly; nine years, 25-
yard, freestyle; nine and ten,
50-yard breaststroke, 5%yaerd
backstroke, and 50-yard butterf-
ly; ten' years, 50,-yard- freestyle;
eleven years, 5q yard f teestle;
eleven and twelve,, 50>yard
breaststroke, 50-.yard, backstroke
ant, 50-yard butterfyi;: twelve
and over, 50.yard freestyle.


May Review Out Today

Canal cargoes, vary from year to year, from decade to
decade. Why? Some of the major factors influencing them
are reported inx "Canal Cargoes" in the May, issue of the
Panama Canal Review, out today. In it you'll also find. an
account of a motorcycle trip to. the, Costa Rican border,, an
article 'on the new flashboards for Madden Dam, one on
the new Theatre Guild production, quarterly Canal traffic,
transit; and trade statistics and. other reports: to- keep you
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PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


RICHARD CONDON, train dispatcher at
Cristobal, was one of the first persons to
drive from Panama to Alaska, making the
trip 11 years ago. His wife accompanied him
on that journey, which was made in a vehicle
he describes as "4 wheels and a motor." The
trip from Alaska to New York took so much
time their leave was used up, and they had
to return to the Isthmus by boat.
In recent years, 'home leave has been
spent in study. This year Mr. and Mrs.
Condon are planning to attend the summer
session at Florida State. Mrs. Mary Condon,
who teaches world history and English at
Balboa High School, has had her master's
degree for. years, but she takes extra subjects
to keep her husband company.on the campus.
Four years ago they attended Southern
California, and two years ago were at the
University of Maine. Mr. Condon, who is
majoring in history, already has completed
one year at Florida State.
He has been with the Panama Canal
organization for 21 years. His service started
in the Railroad Division, but after two years
he transferred to the Canal Zone Fire Division,
where he was for 13 years before returning
to the railroad.


CAPTAIN JOHN A. HENSON,. who has
sailed just about everywhere in the world,
says he "came up through the hawse pipe"
which, translated from the nautical, means
he worked his way up from deck boy to ship's
captain. The hawse pipe, he explained, is
where the anchor chair comes from.
S As deck boy, he recalls, he earned $25
a month. :The pay became better as he re--
ceived promotion after promotion. He was
4, captain of a Merchant Marine ship when' he
decided he had had enough sailing.
He was on his way home to Fairlawn,
S N. Y., from Costa Rica via Panana when
ihe decided to remain in the Canal Zone. A
position as towboat master with the Canal
was open, and here he is 112 years later.
Usually he is on the Tug, Alhajuela, but every
three weeks he captains the Tug Cardenas.
Woodworking is his special hobby. Captain
Henson built most of the furniture in Pis
home. 'The design he likes best, and which
he used, is Early American.
Captain and Mrs. Henson live in Gatun.
They have two" daughters, one in nursery
school and the other in the Second Grade.

ENGINEER JOHN BURNS psutally is O.8Q- 1
the Tug Alhajuela, but was on the Cardenas'
at the time this photograph was taken of him
at the switchboard. ,,
His home is in Reading, Pa., and he has
gone .back into the U. S. Navy twice since
coming to work for the Panama Canal. In
fact, he was with the' U. S. Navy when he
first came to the Canal Zone and was station-
ed at the Coco Solo sub-base.
In 1941 he started Work with the Panama
Canal as a marine machinist, and then
transferred to the Lighthouse Division as an
engineer on a salvage tug. He was assigned
to tugboats on the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus
when he went back to the U. S. Navy as a
Chief Motor Machinist Mate.
He returned to Panama Canal service :.
after World War II, but reentered the U. S. .
Navy as Chief Warrant,Machinist at the time .
of the Korean conflict&. In 1952 he returned to
Panama Canal service. ,
He lives in Margarita and has two chil-
dren, both in Cristobal High School., As a
hobby he likes pistol shooting, and he's also
an excellent hand at shooting pictures. "


'Gente en la Noticia'


The two oldest Panama Ca-'
nal employees in terms of Ca-
nal service are Herbert A.
Atherton and Ethelridge
Daniels, whose pictures ap-
pear on the opposite page.
ETHELRIDGE DI)AN IEL S,
who. will complete 50 years'
Panama Canal. service next
April, figures he's walked
ocean-to-ocean m a n y times
over during his half-century of
employment, as a messenger.
He was born in Barbados.
-Familiarly known as "Dan"
throughout the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights, he
has been making his rounds
since February 1913. That ,was
the year he started work as
a messenger in the "old" Ad-
ministration Bldg., at Culebra.
When the Administration Bldg.
at Balboa Heights was opened
in 1914, "Dan" moved to the
new headquarters where his. is
indeed a familiar face, known
in every office as he cheer-
fully carries out his messeng-
er duties.
His father was a Construc-
tion Day worker and "Dan"
came to the Isthmus with him
in I20N He is a Canal Zone
residmt, living with his wife
and family at Pedro Miguel.


on Opposite Page


HERBERT E. ATHERTON
of Panama City, a shipping
clerk at Ancon Laundry, will
complete a half-century of
service this, year. Canal con-
struction work was still under-
way when he started work: as
a water boy in the Water Serv-
ice Division, which now is the
Maintenance Division. He was
only 11 1/2 years of age, but
his mother got him the job.
He left Panama Canal serv-
ice for 6 months to work for
an oil company, and then re-
turned to the Water Service
Division where he was employ-
ed until August. 1920. In Sep-
tember 1920 he started work
at the Ancon Laundry as a
parcel wrapper.
Many of the phases of the
work of the laundry are fam-
iliar to him, through actual
experience. For about four
years he worked' in the cloth-
es washing operation, and
then he transferred to the
wholesale division, checking
clothes. For a time he work-
ed on a truck as delivery man.
He returned to inside work as
a checker on the price desk,
and then was promoted to his
present position as shipping
clerk.


He is a Panamanian citizen
and a native of Panama City,
where he and his wife reside.
He plans to retire from Pan-
ama Canal service next Feb-
ruary.


BUDDY POPPY DAYS
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
will sell Buddy Poppies in the
Canal Zone from May 24 to
June 2 to raise funds to help
support its programs of as-
sistance to veterans and their
survivors. Most of the funds
raised through the sale are
used in, the local community
and the remainder are used to
help maintain 'the Veterans of
Foreign Wars National Home
at Eaton Rapids, Mich., for
survivors of veterans and to
support the VFW's national re-
habilitation and welfare serv-
ice.


PEACE CORPS GROWING
By the end of 1963, some
10,000 Peace Corps Volunteers
will be serving in 60 countries
in Latin America, Asia, and
Africa.


Tape Recordings


Of Seminar Talks


"I could never tell those
twins apart until one
forgot to wear his goggles
on the job ". o


CFN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00 Parade of Sports
3:30 Chapel of the Air
4:00 Exporing
5:00 Concert Hall
5:30 Chanspronslip Bridge
E:00 CFN News
6:15 Sacred Heart
6:30 T h e Great Chal-
lenge
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
10:00 Alumni Fun
10:30 Chrtstophers
11:00 Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Tonight

MONDAY


Available Here

Tape recordings of the lec-
tures delivered last February
during the National Security
Seminar have been added to
the training material at the
Panama Canal Training Cent-
er.
The lectures, delivered by
faculty members from' the In-
dustrial War College of the
Armed Forces in Washington,
D.C., include the following
subject titles: Geoeconomics,
International Relations, Pub-
lic Opinion, Geopolitics, Com-
munism in Action, Human Re-
sources, Emergency Mannage-
ment, Exploration of Space,
Military Forces, -and Mutual
Security.
The tapes may be borrowed
by any U.S. citizen employed
by the Panama Canal or or-
ganizations' comprised of U.S.
citizens organizations. The
tapes are playable on all
standard tape recorders.
The tapes, recorded at 3%
inches per second, have been
acquired in accordance with
an employee suggestion, aimed
at making the contents avail-
able to those U.S. citizens who
were not able to attend the
Institute or who heard some
but not all of the lectures.:
Arrangements may be made
to borrow the tapes by tele-
phoning the Training Center,
2-2901.


Coming


Events

MAY
3-11-T heater Guild will.
present "Angel Street"
in Ancon theater..
5-12-Professional N u r s e,s'
Week on the Isthmus.
7-11-The Theater in the Round'
of Panama will present
"Pride and Prejudice"
in Spanish in the Bella
Vista Room of the Pan-
ama Hilton Hotel. Tickets
on sale in hotel lobby.
8 -Mrs. Beatrix Briceefio
will open painting exhibit
at Panamanian North
American Association.
10 -Annual meeting of Canal
Zone Society of Profes-'
sional Engineers at Al-
brook Air Force Base
Officers' Open Mess at.
6:30 p.m.
12 -Mother's Day in the
Canal Zone.
13 -Birthday of Mrs. Roberto
F. Chiari.
14 -Violinist Jaime Laredo
will open the Panama
Concert Association sea-
son at 8:30 p.m. in the
Bella Vista Theater.
Tickets on s a 1 e at
Panamanian-North Amer-
ican Association, Mor-
rison's, an d Panama
Hilton Hotel.
18 -Armed Forces Day.
29 -Birthday of President
John F. Kennedy.


Billboard
First Edition
Expedition Colorado
Sports Time
4 Star Edition
Zane Grey Theater
Bienvenido
Air Power
Dick Van Dyke
Camera on Com-
monism.
CFN News
Movietine "Search
For Danger"
Ted Mack
Panic
Final Edition
Travel Time
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
7:30 Andy Griffith
8:00 Garry Moore
8:55 CFN News
S:00 Armchair Theater -
"To Be or Not To
Be".
10:15 Tenn. Ernie Ford
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Great Chal-
lenge.


WEDNESDAY


Billboard
First Edition
Shari Lewis Show
Science in Action
4 Star Edition
Report
Around and About
Newsreel
Steve Canyon
Perry Coma Show
CFN News ,
Tonight
Fight of the Week
Final Edition
Enc: Garry Moore

*HrasDnAY

Billboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
School Story
4 Slar Edition
Report
All-Star Golf
Dinner with the
CFN News
Thursday Theater -
President
Password
"Sky Liner" .
Willy
Final Edition
Enc: Perry Como


FRIDAY


Billboard
First Edition
Magic Midway
Harvest
4 Star Edition
Interview
College Bowl
Doey Bishop
Jack Paar Show
CFN News
Candid Camera
I've Got A Secret
Big Story
Stump The Stars
Final Edition
Friday Night Theat-
er-"Hogues Tavern"


SATURDAY


1:00 Cartoon Carnival
2:00 Capt. Kangaroo
2:45 Saturday Matinee -
"Search for Danger-
3:45 Pro Bowlers Tour
s:00 Young People's Con-
cert.
6:00 CFN News
6:20 Billboard
6:30 Big Picture
7:00 Gale Storm Show
7:30 To Tell The Truth
8:00 'Lawrence Welk
8:55 CFN News
S:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00 Big Time Wrestling
10:30 What's Mv Line
11:00 Final Edition
a1;s Vr TentgM


ay ,


4:50
5:00
5:05
5:30
6:00
6:35
7:00
7:15
7:30
8:00
A:55
9:00
10-00
10:30
11:l00
10:15
11:15






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Vol. 1 No. 46


VIERNES, 3 de MAYO de 1963


NO OLVIDE SU


El Orden de las Factures VACUNA ORAL
La segunda vue.Ta de la vi-
gorosa campana encammada a
el rradicair la poliomielitis en'la
N 1 r iteraO E4 l Pir duil Zona del Canal ent a en acci6n,
hoey y mariana cuando se dis-
iribuya ja vacuna oral, tipos
TI y III, en las comunidades
del pacifico, inclusive Gamboa.
(En el atlAnitico se disiribuira
S. r 'k los dias 17 y 18 de mayo).
i El tipo I fue distribuido el
mes pasado. El tratamiento
~ r l complete exije los areg tipos, pe-
Sc pueden tomarse indistinta-
..7 / mente en cuanto al orden, es
decir: si Ud. ya tom6 el tipo
1, complete ,ahora el tratamien-
to tomando-los tipos II y III,
PERO...si NO ha tornado toda-
via ef primer. tipo tome ahora
los tipos 2 y 3 y mas adelante
y 8podrA tomar el tipo 1 y comple-
tar el tratamiento. Lo indispen-
sable es, tomar TODOS los 3 ti-
pos.
NOTA IMPORTANT: para
Tomn la d6sis No. 1? solicitar los tipos II y III se
exige nuevamente l1enar los for-
mularios, como ya se hizo para
Tome AHORA la No.'2-3! el tipo I. Apercibase, pues, lle-
vando los formularios debida-
.~ente llenos.
No tomo la dosis No. I? HORARIG:
Viernes 3 de mayo: 2 a 7 p.m.
-Escuela de Pedro Miguel.
.. ..... Tome A ORAla..o. 2-3 ..... ... SAbado 4 de.mayo: 9 a.m. a
5 p.m. Gimnasio de la Escuela
de Anc6n; Gimnasio de la Se-
y mas tarde emnparejese tomando la No. 1 cundaria de Balboa; Gimnasio
de la Intermedia de Diablo;
SCntro de Salubridad de Parai-
_- so; Dispensario de Gamboa.



Guarderia Infantil para




Paraiso y.Pedro Miguel


El Program de Bienestar So-
cdal para las comunidades Lati-
no Americanas ha comenzado
su program "de organizaci6n
de la comunidad con el prbyec-
tc de una Guarderia Infantil.
Todas las organizaciones civi-
cas de Paraiso y Pedro Miguel
ban estado colaborando duran-
te dos meses para poder esta-
blecer una Guarderia Infantil,
3a cual va a operar en el edifi-
cio destinado para el, "Civic
Center" en Pedro Miguel.
La Junta de Directores de
]a Guarderia Infantil esta in-
tegrada por representantes de
las siguientes organizaciones:
Paraiso Civic Council;
Pedro Miguel Civic Council;
Paraiso School (Elementary
and High School);
Pedro Miguel School;
Paraiso Parent-Teacher I As-
sociation;
Pedro Miguel Parent-Teacher
Association;
Public Health Center:
Blue Bell Crochet Club;
Las Siete Club;
Eastern Star Lodge;
Civil Defense Corps;
Pacific Evergreen Club:
Aunt Ellen Crochet Club;
Orchid Crochet Club;
The Salvatiop Army;
Community Relations Assis-
tant. ,
Los objetivos de la Guarderia
son enseharles buenos habitos
a nifios de 3 a 5 arios y ayudar-
Pasa a la Pig. 2.


"Entra...no seas burrol", parecieran decirle al ce6ebre Man-
cha, sus arrieros, pero el pollino se hace el asno y no obedece.
La escena que aparece en la grifica fue captada at concluir la
Feria de La Chorrera, donde los burritos de los jardines de Sum-
mit comparecieron, como siempre.
El muy jumento de Mancha no queria entender que se esti
mis c6modo y seco dentro del cami6n y pesebrera que a la intem-
perie, bajo la inclemencia de J6piter Pluvioso.
Pero asi, burro y todo, como incuestionablemente es, Mancha
es recibido siempre con muestras de jubilo por la muchachada que
se solaza montando sobre su lomo y el de su congenere que -
quizas para despistar- se llama Gato, pero no engafian a nadie.
La pr6xima semana la nifiez de Pedro Miguel, Las Cruces y Pa-
raiso tendran oportunidad de comprobar que los dos pollinos son
un encanto a pesar de ser tan burros.


Qu dice el 'Review" ?

jCuantos miles de casas podrian edificarse
con la madera que iransit6 por el Canal el afio
pasado? Y con la gasoline que por aqui pas6,
Gcu6ntas vueltas al mundo habrian podido dar
TODOS los coaches que hay aquf? ND6nde saberlo?
Pues......leyendo su "REVIEW" en espaiholentrega
correspondiente a este mes, pronto a la venta.
Si usted es Voluntario de la Cruz Roja a lo mejor
encuentra su retrato en las pdginas de la revista;
si no, pues sabra quienes lo son; qu6 aconteci6
en el Cdnal de Panamrn hace 50, 25, 10 anos?
Y muchas cosas mds... I


Villa C
Para el mes de julio estarAn
listas las nuevas viviendas que
se vienen levantando en Villa
CAceres. En vista de ello se
urge a quienes deseen adquirir
alguna que sometan sus solici-
tudes cuanto antes.
El nuevo grupo consistira de
126 unidades de las cuales 101
constan de 3 recamaras y 25 de
2 recAmaras.
Entre las personas califica-


04


CARLOS MELENDEZ, lanza-cabos de Pedro Miguel, (segundo de la izquierda), gan6 el curioso tor-
neo realizado el sAbado pasado para determinar quiin es el mejor manipulador de sbgas del Canal
de Panama. Melendez derrot6 a cinco otros contendientes en las competencias verificadas en Pe-
dro-Miguel, inclusive'a Juan Garz6n (tercero de la izquierda) quien habia ganado anteriormente, en
5 ocasiones distintas, torneos similares.
En el segundo lugar clasific6 Octavio Johnson; (tercero de la derecha) y en tercero, Medaldo
Smith (segundo de la derecha).
Los otros dos contendientes fueron Leopoldo Anderson y Alfredo Graham extremaa izq. y ex-
trema der., respectivamente).
Concluida la competencia se sirvieron refrescos suministrados por la Asociaci6n de las Es-
clusas del Pacifico y del Atl6ntico y gaseosas donadas por la companiia Coca Cola.


aceres
das para obtener esas casas se
hallan los panamefios emplea-
dos en el Canal de Panami.
El program de vivienda de
precio m6dico en Villa CAceres
le realize como empresa con-
junta panamefio-norteamerica-
na, encaminada a proporciona:
a personas de entradas me-
dianas la posibilidad de ad-
quirir su hogar propio.
El primer requisite para te-
ner derecho a solicitar una ea-
sa de 2 recAmaras es el de te-
ner entradas mens-uales mini-
mas de $150.00; y para las de
3 recamaras, de .$300.00. La ci-
fra --lie ser el agregado de
lo6- g'. o por el grupo fami-
liar cohjuntamente, (c6nyugues
e hijos).
Las solicitudes nara pr6stamo
hipotecario con la Caja de Aho-
rros, pueden ser llenadas con
)a ayuda de funcionarios del Ca-
nal de Panama. Los formula-
rios necesarios pueden obtener-
se en la Divisi6n de Servicios
Comunales. ya sea en Balboa
o en Crist6bal.
La organizaci6n del Canal de
PanamA estA colaborando con
los empleados que deseen obte-
ner sus casas, ayudAndolos a
vencer dificultades al igual que
lo" hacen otras dependencias
oficiales, y en conformidad con
el program iniciado hace un
afio por el Gobernador Robert
J. Fleming,Jr.
AdemAs de las solicitudes pa-
la casas se require un certi-
ficado de nacionalidad pana-
mefia. un certificado de Paz y
Salvo, una declaraci6n de que
no se pose actualmente ningdn
inmueble. un dep6sito equiva-
lente al 15% del valor de la
rropiedad que se desea adquirir
y algunos gastos rnenores.
El trabajo se realiza en Villa
CAceres bajo la supervici6n del
jVU conform a un acuerdo
Pasa a la Fag. 2.


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PILLWAY


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Pdigina Dos.


SPILL WAY


Mayo 3 de 1963


"Manteniendo la libertadc


en un mtmdo mRuy temeroso"


NOTA:-La> cr6nica., que aparece seguidamen-
teo mereci6&a su. autora, la, universitaria, de- la-
Zona. del Canal,, Srta. Deyaun Brown. un pre-
mio de- la> fraternidad PHI THETA. KAPPA;
por ele mejor. articulo apprecido en su, publicar
ci6n, "The- Golden, Key". Las., Skrta, Darlene-
Powell;, quien preside el Capitulo; local, hizo;
entrega a la- Stta. Brown-deitrofeo.durante' la
cena ofrecida, porr ese Capitulo;, en el.: Club: dom
Oficiales. d, Fu erte Atnador el: mi6rcoles en-
la, noche
Condiscipulos, Universitariost:
Quiero hablaros esta tarde como conciudadanos del mundo
libreg Plenso que- todos. debemos5 estar- interesados en nuestro
mundo" librea o lo quo- de- 61 queda, a- fin, de- mantenerlo asi libre
paratnosotros mismos, nuestros hijossy. los hijos de nuestros- hijos,
El titulo de- mi charlatees- "Manteniendo la- Libertad- en' un
Mundo Temeroso". Todos estamos familiarizados con la- fuerza-
que amenaza hundir- a* todo el' mundo en, la esclavitud- con su
insana, idealistae doctrine y sus Ilderes- enloquecidos. con e0 Poder;
El, Comunismo amenaza. arrasar con- la,, mas portentosa civili..-
zaci6n, creada por el: homhre y obliga al mundo- libre ar vivir
bajo, un Ravoroso temor.
Ele, temor se ha constituidop en un grave problema en todo-
el; globo, inclusive- nuestros. propios E'stados5 Unidos. ELta, tarde.
dosvo, examiner algunos deo .esos. problems. causados. por el
temor, especialmente en nuestro. pals. Tbdos, debemos, estar
conscientes de Ia amenaza a-nuestro pais y nuestro siStema de
vida,. pero, no debemos- permitir- que-' nuestros, temores. ns-, soe-
paren. Como dijera nuestro conferencista de la. asamblea de la
pasada, semana: la. estrategiaT comunista para su dominion del
mundo es- la> misma, de los, romanos antiguos; "Divideo y, Con-
quista". La nuestra debe de ser: "Eh la Uni6n est la FPuerza'".
En los Estados Unidos han surgido grupos de radicals de
la extrema. derecha c6mo resultado de la. siempre creciente ame-
naza del CGbmunismo; Estos- radicals- operan en- for-mas diversas.
Algunes- organizan grupos locales;- otros,! grupost nacionales.
Algunos,. sonN bien conocidos yt capaces. deo atraerse- o- ganarse el
apoyo. popular. No todosE estoss grupos. o individuos hacen dafio.
Iria mas ail&. y, diria, que la mayoria de es0s grupos, organic.
zados.. en ambitos locales, ldIs fbrman meramente- ciudadlanos
concientes- que- desean-, ayudar- a su' Patria buscandoe qu6. hacer
para detenerv laI propagaci6n del: cancer- del comunismoe. Como
secuelar doe esos, grupos, locales oa nacionales- se. ha l-egstrado un
despertar general en, el candido, a, veces. apatico,, pabico norte-
americano. Por otro- lade estos grupos, tambi6n han pyoducido
efectos nocivos, gpneralmente- hablando haln provocade cierta
grado de suspicacia. entre- el; p hlico, norte-anericano;
Algunos. de los grupos parecreran- predlcarr qye- s debe-. sos-
pechar de todo mundo. Son algo cnmo una caricature publicada,
en el9 St: Louis Dispatch:. aparecian en ella- el- Tb- Slam y-, la'
Estatua'de la *!.!ertad sentados, al atardecer, en una banca- de
parque. El Tiao Sam Ie- repetia la anticualla de los. Cuaquoros:
"Todosrsonalopo subversivos -excepto-vosny yo- y, a ivecesspionso
que vos,...." Quizas el'ejemp4o sea un poco extreme, por; sirve
para. ilOstrar m- kpunto.
Algunos de los grupos radicals, Ilegan a extremes. increibles,
en sus acusaciones. El Generol, Walker ha acusadoealifinado;Doag
Hammarskjold de comunismoj.. En Noviembrte pa-ado un indi.
viduo sostuvoa qua- el Dia de-'Atchcin, de Gracias erau ,Cbinunista
porque los pioneros y ls Indios cntribuyeron con alimentos y
los. compartieron. Por lo. tanto, alegp, celebrar, ese dia, es. actor
comunistam QuO esperar de todo- esto, lay muerte do- las romarias-
campestres? \
Qtros. gyupos-. -a, veces, l lamados. "Cazadores de. Brujis-
rondan los-a colegios, y si ,un Profesor siguiera see aventura a- pro.
nunciar la. palabra. "ciomunismo", esos "Cazadores: de- B-rujas",
inmediatamente, entra eno. sospecha- y, con frecuencia; et' P-to.
fesor. so. siente tan cortrariads- y vejado queo encuentra. neoesario
renunciar a&su. cAtedra.
Como podrAn 16s- j6venes estudiantes conocer- los, males- del;
comunismo?" Como podrjis. -vosotros- y yo- desenmascarar-sus
mentirasy evitar ser embaucados por ellas si nuestros- P-ofesores-
no. pueden- denunciarnos la. conspiraci6n comunista sin exponerse
a,&. seo condonados? Para ilustrar el caso, me gustaria citar un
discursoa del difunto Magjstrado Learned- Hand; en las Universidadc
Estatal de Nueva, York:


M1" recsin-fundado- Cpitulu deo Col6t del. Ihstitutoe Panamefio.
deo' Aiteo.inaugura. hoy. sus: salones de. exhibici6n en el HOtel Wa-
shingt6n nadar menos-s quo- con ,la exposici6n deo cuadros. del fame
so. pintor'. nicaragiiansae Armando Morales, ganador en 1959; de-_
unwiprimerw premios de. lac acreditada; Bienal. de, Sao: Paulo;,. Brasil,
em cuya ocasi6n- so -concedi at artist -que representaba a la
OCkgpnizaci6n deo Estedos Americanos- un sitioi exclusive pare.
exponeor. En la. grafica aparece Armando Moralesi, con- los. arts,
%ta panamefios Beatrix Bricefio, Adriano Herrerabarria- y Aifre-
do- Sinclair en la. aperture de la exhibici6n en Panama


Por AD-yaun. BROW!N

de la Universidad de

la Zona del Canal.


"Preferiria correr- el riesgps d& que see escapasen. .algunos
traidores: a'que se- generalizacee ei espiritu dea suspicacia. y, des-,
confianza que acepta la, murmuradi6n y el, rumor en- vez do' la
investigaci6n sin. desmayo ni temoresi.
"Creo que una comunidad. entra en, process. dOe disoluci6n
cuando cada persona comienza a ver un possible enemigo en el
vecino; cuando la inconformidad con el credo aceptado -ya sea
politico o. religioso- es.. una- marca- deo desafecto; cuando la. merae
denuncia sin fundamento es tenida como evidencia; cuandO Io
ortodoxo. estrangpla la) libertad: de: diferir; cuando la- f6 en la
eventual- supremacia, do- la, raz6n. lIega. a- tal. grado- de. timidez.
que, no. nos atreyemos a defender nuestras. convicciones. en. la
lisa- abierta; -- para. ganar ox perder.
Le. confianza mdtua, sobre. la cual todo descansa, s61lo puede
mantenerse- con la, mente, abierta y en franco y libre debate."
Estimados. condiscipulos: esto, resume Io que he querido-
manifestarr Cuandotdependemos del rumor y,e las. murmuraciones-
en vez de hechos ciertos y racionados, estamos, haci6ndole el'
juegp' a' quiene s aspiran; a? dominarnos. Si Ia u iversidad algo
nos; ensena. es ai no. ser dogmaticos; a pensar con claridad. Si
no pademos discernir.- ntre-el'bien'-y el mal, Io bueno yl a-malo;,
como personassqeedeopenden-del propio criteria; entonces, nuestra-
enseiianza, moral hat fracssade, 4iuestros educadores han- fracae
sado; mis- a,4r todoonuestro- sistema de libertad individual, ha
fracasadod; Nos.halamos divididos, hemos hecho el trabajo a
los comeunistas.
"Creoe q.ue' muchos de- los, radicals sinceramente screen de-
fender los., mnjores' interests, de los Estadoss Unid6s4, pero sin
quererloi, estAn-I haciendom- el! juego a los conmwunistas; consiguiendo
qWee cada quien sospeche- de los. dem as.
Francis, Baconw dijoe en! cierta, ocasi6ni "En el campo del
pensameientow la. sospecha- as como el murc!lagg. entree las aves.
Ciertamentee debhea reprimirse .oa al menos, controtarse, porque
ofuscae las mentet, inerfiere' con el negoci; yae que- no puede
desenvolverse- corriente- nim constant. Predispone- at Rey a la
tirrania. el,mnarido.a los';celos,.el sabio a. la vacilaci6ny, la. melan-
coliaee Es-defecto- del- coraz6n y. no de Ia mente. Nadaj Hacee a- un
hombre- tan suspicaztcomoa el pocoi saber, por-lo tanto el hombre
dehbe rmnediar, lea syspicacia, adquirie'ndor m-&yores cone mientos"
La. hIlave; del pirohlaema. esta en la frase: '-adquiriendo ma-.
ypres, conocimientosi'.. Nosotros, como estudiantes universitarios,
gozamos. deo las ventaias de- que se nos' ensefie a pensar con.
claridad; los metodos cientificos de pensar, la prueba 16gica y
' lasensenan"as-. males deloas Grandes de todas las 4pocas. Todo
estow se- funded para, forlar- el- individuo pensante, reacio a. creer-
en- rumiores.o,'dcseiminarloshasta conocer Ia verdad de-1 s hechos,
en. cuyo casoc. doej de sero vano rumor. No temera expresar su
opini6in. solo. poarqe "todo. mundo" da credit al rumor.
La" uni6n, es'. nuestra principal Jinea de defense; lo -ha sido'
siempre y continruar&os siendolo ern- huestro pais. Esta debe ser
nuestra-estrategja,.,condis-ciul6s: "Unidos, Venceremos"!.
Os, cannino.-a* usar- lwi\cabeza, buen juicio y conciencia comoa
guias. para. determiner lo. quo- es rumor y lo que- es un hecho
a.: fin' d&. evitar., malentendidos y suspicacias, en un- esfuero' Ro, po
Ial.preyalencia. del mundo;libreo Si logramos mantenernos unidos,
triunfaromos,. IpROu- en- deflitivas no combatimos. con un pueblo,
una, naci6on, or siguiera, sus- dirigentes. Combatimos- contrast unm
malhadado; mal concehido. y- .,.al. dirigido idealism y la-gente-
pensante- lo dominarA /


GUARDERIA- -
los a- establecer relaciones, so-
ciales, satisfactorias. Tambi6n;
lIk Guarderia. ofre.ecer i (rientar
,ci6M a- las- ma'dtes
Existe much -entusiasm6 en-
tre los padres de familia.de es-
las.: comunlidades ya- que la
Guirderiaz trabalari) de' 8&O0
a m. d a 4eo0D p:m: estara bajo
la, direcci6n de una- maestra-
competente y de varias lideres
de grupo, todas. -zaduadas de
escuela: secundaria;
El, lunes, 29- de, .abril- comenz6,
tn- Curso. de Adientramiento so-
bre Bienestar: del; iPfionaras vo-
luntarias: Asistieror- al curso 34-.
voluntarias-
Los- miembros, del "Balboa,
Women's Club"' cooperaranw con
este- proyeeto. comunal propor-
cionando el equipo materialss
y. los, muebles, necesarios, para,
la- Guarderit
Georaine. C: do- Young,
Trabajrdoral Social,
Programa-de- BlenestarrSoeialI
de' las Zona. del Canal.

MAS: CASAS-
con la. Caja. de- Aborros.
Las casas, son. dc- bloques, dc
conoretoi o-, paredes de arcilla-
con- pisos, de- conereto; y.- azule-
jos.' Gada- una- tiene. sus; arma-
rios embutidos en. I a, parea l(clo-
sets) instalaciones de piomeria,
y electricidads (bafit, cocina Ilat
vaderos y tendederos). Descan-
san sobre, un- lotoe deo 300' piesz
cuadrados.
El proyeetos le, Villa; Creeres,
aueo contenmpla laW construceio6u
de, por to menos. 635. togores
s.e- levanta em las: cercanias. de-
la. carretera. transxstmica. como,
a-5 millas.de-Balbeat Las:obras
se, iniciaron. en- oatubre de-1961
y, hace- algoin, tieinpe. se termir
narom 53: casas que- yar fueron
tcupadas.


Arte mamwie

en exhi i""ic

Mafiana seram expuestas
muestras de laslabores, manuat-
lesm realizadas, per j6veies de
Ptdroi MigpelI Paraiso, Santat.
Gruv y, Rahinbow, Cityt. La e&x
hibioi6h se-verificarA enmel gim-
nasion de estai filtima. poblaci6ni
de 1 ai 5 de lai tarde:
Lost materialesspara los at-
tefactos fueron adquiridos con
fondos provenientes del Fon.
do. Unido de. la Zona. del Ca"
nal. Sirvieron como maes-
tros de artesanias voluntarios
esponthneos. de las distintas
comunidades.
Entre los objets que se ex-
,pondrAn hay: 'traaajos en ar-
cilla, de lentejueias,. costura,
tejidos, de' mimbre y. cfilamo;
molduras. tejidos- a gancho, e,
banisteria simple. I y muchas-
otras laoores ejecutadas ma-
a:nalmente por los j6venes du-
rante- sus, vacaciones escolares,
E program. fue dirigido por
Harold W. Williams, Presiden-
rte de la Junta di Recieaci6ni
?e Verano. Hamilton H. Lavat
las, vicepresidente.. C a u d e
Smith, tesorero' y, 'E.I mmaw
Clarke, secretarij;
Dirigian. a, los voluntrxios enm
cada comunidad comits-, presi*
caidos por las: siguientes damas;
Pedro Miguell Maud- Powellf.
President; Marie. RIaphael, vi.
cepresidente.
Paraiso;: 'Elouise, Clark, Pre-
sidente- Myrtle Gordon,, vice.
president
Santao Gruz: Poercilla- Charles,
President; Isoline Medricjc,
vicepresidente.
Rainbow: Levina Greene
President; Madeline Henrys
vicepresidente.

V4&ITANTES, DE LA SEMANA

E-clusas de Miraflores ... 1213
Sclusas, de_ Gatun ....... 153
LAS-CR UCES-(5 v.aes) .. 850
MANUELITA I (2 viajes) 52
B1rcos.deopasajeros (1) .. 507.
GRAN TOTAL .............. 2776

Datos, sum inistredos-- por el
Servicio. de Guias de la- Zona.
del Canal.


Para algunos; una4 carrera es suficiente. Pero eso no, reza
con el: casi; nonagenario. John Messias Bartholomew. Native de,
Granada, vinor aqui: a-. trabajar con-. el- Canal deo Panama y. en
1945, despuOs, de .38 auies de servicio,. se, ijbil6... pasando. a eier-
cero-eli magjsterior en- Panami. Recientemente, volvi6 a- jubilarse
despu"ss dei 189 aios como maestro.
Ahora, a- los. 89. aios, de: edad, Bartholomew, regresar- a, Port
of-Spain-. Trinidad; a. reunirse- con su. esposa,.dos hijos, una.hiia,
cinco, nietos: y, tres biznietos.
Cuando Illega' a]l; Istmo, en 1907, Juan Mesias t-ahaj6i como
almacenista'. con-, la Cbmisi6nw del Canal Istmefio, en- Enperador- y
en- Gergpna. Luegg. dealgiunos alios sirvi6 con elt Centro- de Ser-
vicios- Cbmunales, la, Divisi6n de Almacenes. y, fue. mayordomo
y controlador.- do- alimentos. tanto en el hotel. Washington- como
en la Case. de6 Hsbspedes Tfvoli. Al moment. de su, jubilaci6n
trabajaba' en- et. restaurante- de Altos. do-e Diabloe
AD jubilarse- asisti 6 a- closes nocturnas. de- castellano. en
Pbnamon y- organize su. propiae escuela. privada- con- unar claso de
conoe 60' aloUmnoss,
Recientemn ten ses decidi6o por- retornar' a; Trinidead y. gracias
a. los- esfuerzos. de' Neds Fleckner.. del Sirwicio; de: Empleados. doe
last Divisi6n- de Persona del, Canal d. Paenami4. Io CruxI Rojae Amer
ricanae y la- PiAnAmerican. Airwey,. se le l6gr6 pasaji a su des-
tino.














Boxeo Aficionado el PEQUENOS TRITONES Y NEREIDAS


Domingo en Colon EN LA PISCINA DE RAINBOW CITY


Otro interesante program de
boxeo aficionado sera presenta-
Jo el domingo en la Arena de
Col6n, bajo la direcei6n de la
Liga Provincial 'de Boxeo Afi-
cionado de Col6n.
A las 8:30 p.m. comenzarA es-
te program que tiene cinco
combates, los cuales son los si-
guientes:
F6lix G6mez vs. Felix Castillo
105 lbs. -


Luis Garcia vs. Alberto Brand
120 lbs. -
Vicente Ortiz vs. Carlos Harris
107 lbs. -
Rodolfo Chavarria vs.
Victor Cuadra
147 lbs. -
Marino Paneso vs.
Francisco Catuy
147 lbs. -
Substitutos
Victor Hoyt vs. Juan R. Garcia
^JJ-"


Iwtituto de Arte


Itinerario Cultural

EL LOCAL PARA LAS ACTIVIDADES DEL INSTITUTE
PANAMENO DE ARTE ES EL "MAGISTERIOTPANAMENO
UNIDO"





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-El programa de exhibiciones
del Instituto Ianamefiode Arte
para los ;pr6ximos mess con-
templa Jas siguientes:
Mayo 14 21 14---]Bxbibici6n de
Fotogr(fias de :Garlos'Mointfifar.
,De '9 a 12 y de '3 ..a 7 diaria-
-nente.
"Mayo 16 a Junio 3-Exposi-
-ci6n de 61eos-.de Alberto' Duta-
<'ya











Junior 5 al 26--xposici6n de

ceuadros de Justito Arosemena.
Junior 27---Exposibci6nde obras
Junior 27-~Exposici6n'~de obras


del ipintor espaiiol Josd Gue-
vara.
,'Julio -19-Inauguraci6n de la
exhibici6n .conjunta de -Antonio
Alvarado, Beatrix Bricefio, Ma-
rio Calvit 'e Ivan Zachrisson.
'Agosto'12-Apertura de la ex-'
Tposici6n Sinclair.
Los salons 'del Instituto 'Pa-
namefio-de Arte ,estAn situados
en el- edificio del 'Magisterio Pa-
.name6lo Unido en la Urbaniza-
-ci6n &Obarrio.


El miercoles de la semana
pasada se celebr6 una intere-
sante- competencia de nataci6n
en la Piscinade Rainbow City,
auspiciada por la Junta de Re-
creaci6n de Verano y a cargo
de :los profesores :de educaci6n
fisica Alcides Bernal, Carlos
Williams y 'Alberto Abrego, con
la -colaboraci6n ;de Ha-aroLd
Brown, eneargado de la Pis-
cina de Rainbow City, y los
auxiliares Jose :Alveo, 'Marva
Savory y Elmodio Singh.
Participaron nijios de 7 a 14
aios 'de edad en diferentes es-
tilos, procedentes de las comu-
nidades de 'Pedro 'Miguel, San-
ta Cruz, 'Paraiso y 'Rainbow
City.
'El resultado de las compe-
tencias 'fue el siguiente:
20 MTS. ESTILO LFBRE
7 1y 8 aios Varones
1-Gilberto Mayers
2-Pablo Aguilar
3--Humberto Herrera
20 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
7 y 8 -aos Damas
1-Volanda Lewis
2-Constance Davis
3-Marcia Colloman
20 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
9 y 10 afos Varones
1-Francisco Brown
2-Phillip ;Manuel
3-Valentino Rivier
20 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
-9 y 10 afios
1-Alonso Austin
2-Roberto Mayers
3-Thomas Valercio
20 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
S9y 10 afios Damas
1-Lydia 'Thomas
2-Felicia Alphonse
3-Yolanda Green
e40 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
11 'y 12 anos Varones
1-Guillermo Small
2-Rupert Maynard
3-Frecedio Douglas
40 ,MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
11 y 12 anos-Varones
1-Anthony Gerald
2-Luis 'Yearwood
3-Rudolph 'Mayers
40 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
11 ty 12 anos Danvas
1-Lorretta Thomas
2-Josefina Castillo
3-G3laudia .Beckford.
100 MTS. ESTILO LIBRE
,13 *y 14 afios 'Varones
1-Vincent Thomas
2-Allan Watson
3-Alfonso Savory
100 MTS. ESTILO .LIBRE
"13'y 14 anos Damas
1-i:Marcia V'elch
2-Gloria Bovell
-20 -MTS. ESTILO 'PECHO
7 y ".8 -anos Varones
1-Pablo Aguilar
2-Gilberto 'Mayers
3--'Humberto Herrera
20 MTS. ESTILO PEGHO
7 y '8 anos :Damas
1-Ver6nica Lewis
2-Marcia Colloman
3-Yolanda Lewis
20 MTS. ESTILO PECHO
9 y 10 aios Varones
1-Guillermo Beckford
.2-Phillip Manuel
:3-Rafael Castillo


Medolia de Bronce


Gan6 ,Lc aine Dunn
'Una 3medalla de bronce con-
quist6 :la corredora panamehia
Loraine Dunn al Vegar en ter-
cer lugar en la prueba de 200
metros iplanos para damas que'
se ,corri6 'el mi6rcoles en los
Guartos Juegos Deportivos Pa-
namericanos en Sao Paulo, Bra-
dil.
,La prueba fue .ganada por Vi-
vian' .Brown, de los 'Estados
Unidos, 'quien super a la 'cu-
bana Miguelina CobiAn :por 15
eentimetres.
'Otra spanamefia, Josefina -So-
ners, de Rainbow City, que par-
ticip6en la final de 200 metros,
qued6 'en sexto lugar.
El-equipo de relevo femeni-
no .integrado .por Dunn. Sobers.
Jean Homes -y iMarcela Daniels
partieipary -hoy *en -la prueba
de'4 x 100 0metros.


20 MTS. ESTILO PECHO
9 -y 10-aiios Damas
1-Felicia -Alphonse
2-Violeta Lewis
3-Lydia Thomas
40 MTS. ESTILO PECHO
1-Guillermo 'Small
2-Anthony Gerald
3-Alfonso Green
40 'MTS. .-ESTILO PECHO
11 y 12 anos Damas
1-Claudia -Beekford
-2-Lorretta Thomas
3-Josefina Castillo
100 ,MTS. ESTtLO PECHO
13 -y 14 afios Varones
1-Antonio Blackman
-2-Daniel Small
3-Alfonso Savory
100 MTS. PECHO
13 ,y 14 anios-Damas
1--Gloria Bovell
20 MTS. ESTILO ESPALDA
7 y 8 aios Varones
1-Pablo Aguilar
2-Humberto Herrera
3-Humberto Pond
20 MTS. ESTILO 'ESPALDA
7 y 8 anos Damas
1-Yolanda Lewis
2-'Marcia Colloman
- 3-Amalia Castillo
20 MTS. ESTILO ESPALDA
9 y 10 aios Varones
1-Rafael Castillo
2-Alonso -Austin
3-Roberto ,Mayers
20 MTS. ESTILO ESPALDA
"9 ,y '10 anios Damas
1-Lydia Thomas
2-Rosilda iManuels
'3-Cecilia Dawson
<40 MTS. ESTILO ESPALDA
11 'y 12 aHos Varones
1-Luis Yearwood
2-Rudolph Mayers
3-Ruppert 'Maynard.
'40 'MTS. ~ESTILO 'ESPALDA
'il hy 12 eihos Damas
1-Lorretta Thomas
2-Josefina Gastillo
-3-Elsie iDayton
100 MTS. ESTILO .ESPALDA
13 y 14 anos 'Varones
1-Vincent .Thomas
2--Allan Watson
3-George -Bowen


Ismael Laguna acaba de re-
nunciar .su titulo national del
peso gallo en vista de que se
esfumaron las esperanzas de
pelear por el titulo mundial de
la division con el campe6n Eder
Jofre,-de Brasil. Laguna pelea-
ra de 4ahora en adelante como
pesoppluma, :cosa que ha hecho
durante on ,afio, pero en esta.
ocasi6n sera oficialmente.
'ElI pr6ximo combat de La-
guna sera contra el mexicano
Fili Nava -el 19 de mayo en el
:Estadio'Otmpico "'4uan Dem6s-
toenes Arosemena" ide Ranama
a un limited doe 10 asaltos -y 127
libras -de peso 'miximo.
PanamA 'ha 'sido el 'primer
pais de 'Ia ,America Latina en
poner "en ,practLca el descanso
de 90-segundos entreoasaltos, en
vez de -los acosoumbrados 60
serundos. La media :se tom6
como una prueba el pasado do-


20 MTS. ESTILO MARIPOSA
10 anos o menos Dames
1-Felicia Alphonse
2-.-Lydia Thomas
3-Cecilia Dawson
20 ,MTS. ESTILO MARIPOSA
10 afios o -menos Varones
1-Rafael Castillo
'2-Guillermo Beckford
3--Roberto 'Mayers.
40 MTS. ESTILO MARIPOSA
.11 y 12 afios Varones
*1---Athony Gerald
2--Luis Yearwood
3-Rudolph Mayers
40 MTS. ESTILO MARIPOSA
11 y 12'afios Damas
1--Lorretta Thomas
2-Josefina Castillo
3-Phyllis Tivey


RECREATION


_La Junta de Recreaci6n de
Verano ha estado recibiendo en
los iiltimos 12 afios entire mil y
'dos mil quinientos d6lares -del
Fondo Unido de la Zona del ia-
rnal para la realizaci6n !de -sus
nrogramas.
iEn adici6n al program 'de
-artes 'manuales los jcvenes tu-
,vieron muchas otras aetivida-
des entire las cuaies escoger pa-
ra distraerse en -e1 period 'de
vacaciones.
El Servicio de Guias de la
Zona del Canal les facility tra-
,vesias y giras ducrste el afio.
:MAs de 800 mucaachos ;parti-
ciparon de los programs *de
,recreo veraniego este ahio y
.unos 10,000 han gozado de los
imismos durante 12 aiios de
existir :estas actividades.
"El pfibuco en general -,esta
invitado .i visitar ia .exposici6n
'.qu.e se-abre mariana 'en -eliGim-
inasiode Rainbow City "y en ,es-
pecial -quienes contribuyeron al
Fondo Unido.


mingo, durante el program en
tel cual el campe6n peso pluma
'Beresford Francis -retuvo su ti-
tulo venciendo por decision una-
nime al retador Julio "Chicha
Fuerte" -Ruiz en doce asaltos.
El .pdblico no not6 el -aumen-
to de4 os-'30 segundos'en el des-
canso, cpero los "boxeadores si
fdemostraron que es beneficioso,
pues'.salian mas frescos en ca-
da asaito.
-Descripci6n de dos equipos:
Cachorros de Chicago, un-equi-
po sin director; Mets de Nueva
York, un director sin equipo.
Una cantina de -Nueva "York
e s ta ofreciendo .un "cocktail
*Mets", asegurando a Alos ,clien-
tes -que .despu6s de tomar dos
de 6.stos, ellos hablaran como
'C-asey Stengel. -El director de
los -Mets es famoso,-por su ifor-
ma enredada de hablar.


'F01MULA-RIO PAR-A SUSCRIPCION
WoLien. I lom.j, ri. ig,itc ).,eniiialo Al Atmitado *Ni," BalfowIi c.3Nth. 3
reelb l. a fro, t pai-1,d. 1 ctI 4 k N%4.1 cICmiii deraPatt mm po I Mo I arit,.)


Pagina Tres


Mayo 3,de T963


S PILLW A Y


IYOM IT(DD(Dz-
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ayo e


CANAL 2

DOMINGO


11:30
12:00
12:30
1:30
4:30
5:30
8:30
7:00
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:30


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




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




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




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




12:00
12:45
1:30
3:00
3:15
4:00
5:00
5:45
6:00.
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
9:00
190:00
10-15


Documental
Panameilo Panameilo
Show del Mediodia
Cine en su Cusa
Carnaval de
Cartones
Program Especial
Jitozo Royal
Rodeo
Ciudad Demnuda
Un Paso al Mas
El Buen Pastor
Teleteatro


LUNES"

Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie Semanal
Papa Soltero
Teleteatro
Fascinaci6n de
Miami
Reportajes Mundiales
Avances
Mundo de Ia Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Noticias
Superman
Supers6nicos
Ajedrez Fatal
Foro de Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES

Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie Semanal
Papa Soltero
Teleteatro
Fascinaci6n de
Miami
Reportales Mundiales
Avances
Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Noticias
Superman
Biografia
Fred Astaire
Present
Aventureros
Noticias
Teleteatro

MIERCOLES

Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie Semanal
Pap& Soltero
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Muer
Fiesta de Esfrellitas
Dibujos Animados
Noticias
Buggs Bunny
Blanquita Amaro
Surf Side 6
Robert Taylor
Estreno Semanal
Noticias
Teleteatro

JUEVES

Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie Semanal
Papa Soltero \
Avances
Reportales Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
Sala de Proyecci6n
Nuewa Generacion
Ballinger de Chicago
Peter Gunn
Noficias
Teleteatro

V.ERNES

Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie Semanal
Papi Soltere
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatre
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
El Cegato Magoo
Noticias
Picapiedras
Boris Karloff
Markham
Mantovani
Noticidas
Teleteatro

SABADO

Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie. Semanal
Teleteatro
Avances
Reporltaes Mundiales
Sarao de Teved6s
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
SPopeye
Noticias
Program Especial
Robin
Ben Casey
Festival Musical
Esse
eIeteatro


GANAL 4


"10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
1:30
3:30
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
8:00
9:00
10:00


DOMINGO
Todo parx a Patria
Program Especial
S61lvese Quien Pueda
Hazaias del Espa.
dcio.
La Comedia Silente
Cita Informal
Novela Semanal
Pelicula
Alegrias Infantiles
Furia
Cero Uno
Bonanza
Jeiatura 87
Honq Kong
Pelicula
LUNES
Alegrias In?-tilles
P6jaros de Acero
Noticlas
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
La Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guanac-
juato.
Titeres v C6micas
Patrulla del Puerto
Ley del Rev6lver.
Noticias
Rin Tin Tin
Legi6n Extranjera
Murallas Blancas
Prisionera (Novela)
Rula 66
Noticlas
MARTES


11:30 Alegrids Infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
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 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8
(vivo, musical)
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 El Tercez Hombre
10:0 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
MiERCOLES


11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:45
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:30


11:30
1-:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:45
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:15


11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:45
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:30
11:90


11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:30
2:00
4:00
4:30
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:30
9:30
10:00
10:18


Alegrias Infantiles
ltario de a Bordo
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
'Novelp Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V,
Momias de .Guana.
luato.
Titeres y C6mlcas
Patrulla del Puerto
Ivanhoe
Noticias
Randall El Jusficie-
ro.
Crmicos y Cancon.e
Murallas Blanc.
Prisionera (Novela)
Dr. Kildare
Noticias -
JUEVES -
Alegrias Infantiles
Jinele de la Pradera
Noacias
Carousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenos Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
juato
Titeres y Csmicas
Patrulla del Puerto
Lassie
Noticias
Loretta Young
La H o r a Orange
Crush
Murallas Blancas
Prisionera (Novela)
Dimensi6n Descono-
cida
Noticias
Pelicula
VIERNES
Alegrias Infantiles
let Tackson
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
juato
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla del Puerto
La Sombra del Des-
tinoe
Noticias
Bal Maslerson
Las Estrellas y Ud.
Murallas Blancas
Prisionera (Novela)
Los Intocables
Boxeo
Notciac
SABADO
Alegrlas infantiles
Llanero Solitario
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Mi Carretilla y Ye
Yo Quiero a Lucy
Momias de Guana-
juato
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Titeres y Comicas
Patrulla del Puerto
Investigador .S u b-
marino
Noticias
Laramnie
Perry Mason
Suspense
Noticlas
Pellcule


- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


Meche canta para el selectrovisor


La celebrada artist panamo.


fia Meche Acevedo aparece en
la grafica con el compositor
folkl6rico Mingo Dominguez
" mientras graban oires tipicos

que son luego utilizados en los
aparatos de selectrovisi6n del
Canal de Panama. Esos apara-
fos son Ilevados a las diversas
Ferias del interior donde las
canciones de PAeche Acevedo
Sustain much al public siende
una de las mayores atraccio-

nes. Meche quie es iocutora de
e. Canal 2 y de Radio Aeropuerto,
es hermana del fot6grafo Al-
berto Acevedo.


Tienen un Siglo deestar trabajando!


Media siglo de trabajar con el Canal de
Panama Ileva HERBERT E. ATHERTON,
encargado actualmente de verificar el des-
pacho de ropa en la Lavanderia de Anc6n.
Cinco centesimos por hora ganaba a los
once y medio aiios de edad cuando entr6 a
trabajar coma aguatero durante los dias de
-la construcci6n del Canal, en la Divisi6n de
Servicio de Agua. que fue de la que eman6
la actual Divisi6n de Mantenimiento.
En, septiembre de 1920 Herbert fue trans-
ferido a la Lavanderia de Anc6n done ha
trabajado desde entonces fungiendo como
pinche, lavador de ropa, etc. hasta su pre-
sente posici6n de verificador de despacho de
ropa.
Atherton, nacido en Panama, reside con
sui esposa en el Parque Lefevre y proyecta
jubilarse en febrero entrante.


CALENIARIO IlE EVEN

MAYO

3- Fiesta de la Santa Cruz en Pacora, Chepillo
3- Serie Final de la Liga de Softball del Pacific
3-11 El Theatre Guild present "Angel Street" en
4- 5 Torneo de Golf en Lakeview-RED TANK-ab
fistas y chambones.
5-12-Semana de la Enfermera Profesional.
6 -8 Serie de Conciertos "El Clave Bien Temperad
SebastiAn Bach en el Teatro Nacional. Pian:
Montecino. La funci6n empieza a las 8:30 p
7-11 "Mis Fuerte que el Orgullo", presentada po
en Circulo de Panama en el Sal6n Bella Vist
PanamA Hilton. Boletos a la entrada.
8- Apertura de la Exhibici6n de cuadros de Beat
en la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana,
Panamai.
10- Reuni6n Auual de los Ingenieros Profesionales
de Albrook.
12- Dia de la Madre en la Zona del Canal.
13- Cumpleanios de dofia Cecilia Orillac de Chiar
14- Aniversario de la Independencia del Paraguay
14- -Inauguraci6n de la Temporada de Conciertos d
ci6n Panamefia de Concierto con el violinist
Jaime Laredo.
15- -Fiesta de San Isidro Labrador en Ocd, Capira
36- Reuni6n-Cena de la Sociedad Hist6rica Istn
Casa de Hudspedes Tivoli, a las 7 p.m. O
Eduardo Scott.
18 Dia de las Fuerzas Armadas. Ejercicios e:
Area de Albrook de once de la mariana a
tarde.
25- Aniversario de la Revoluci6n de 1810, Argentin
29- -Cumpleafios del Presidente John F. Kennedy.
30-. Dia de los Difuntos (Memorial Day) Feriado
del CanaL


ETHELRIDGE DANIELS, quien tambiin cum
pliri en abril entrante medio siglo de servi-
cios con el Canal de Panama, calcula quq ha
cubierto a pie una distancia equivalent a mu-
chos viajes de ida y vuelta de oc6ano a oc6ano
durante sus aios como mensajero. Nacido en
Barbados, Daniels, quien tiene nacionalidad
britanica, vino al Istmo en 1907 con su padre.
En el edificio de Administraci6n todos le Co-
nocen por "Dan". Su padre fue obrero en la
construcci6n del Canal y el se inici6 como
mensalero en febrero de 1913 en el antiguo
edificio de Administraci6n. ubicado en Cule-
bra hasta 1914. El simpatico Dan reside en
Pedro, Miguel con su esposa y familiar.
RICHARD CONDON, despa-
chador de trenes en Crist6bal,
cubri6 por tierra el camino
Panama-Al1 a s c a hace once
afios. Su esposa lo acompafi6
en esa verdadera proeza de
pionero. Ahora ella ensefia his-
toria universal e ingl4s en la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa,
habiendo' obtenido su Master's
hace unos afios. La pareja es-
ta corisagrada al studio y
viajara este afio a un semina-
rio en Florida.
Hace 4 afios fueron a un
JT C curso en la Universidad de
/ California del Sur y luego to-
S maron otros en la de Maine.
El senior Condon se especializa
en historic.

y Cabuya. JOHN BURN, ingeniero
o.- usualmente de servicio abordo
Aneon. del remolcador "Alhajuela",
ierto a gol- es native de Reading, Pensil-
vania, y ha servido dos veces
en la Armada norte-america-
o" de Juan na.
ista Alfonso Ingres6 al servicio del Canal
).m. de PanamA, por primer vez,
r el Teatro en 1941 como maquinista, sien-
ta del Hotel do transferido mis tarde a la
Division de Faros como inge-
trix Bricefio niero en un barco de salva-
Ave. Peru, mento. Reside actualmente en
Margarita con su esposa y dos
en la Base hijos que estudian en la Es-
cucla Secundaria de Crist6bal.

ri. EL CAPITAN JOHN A.
. HENSON, viejo lobo marino,
e la Asocia- se elev6 desde grumete hasta
;a boliviano el mAximo comando de una na-
ve. Cuando iba a retirarse
a y Taboga. cruzaba el istmo, en trinsito
efia en la de Costa Rica a Fairlawn;
rador: Don Nueva York, decidi6 quedarse
aqui, temporalmente, como ca-
n la Base pitAn de remolcadores. Eso
seis de la fue hace mAs de once anos
y todavia se le ve capita-
ia. neando, ora el Alhajuela, era
el CArdenas. El Capithn Henson
en la Zona vive en Gatin con su espose y
dos niiiitas.




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