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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 10, 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: VID00406
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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House Passes

Citizen Law
Canal Zone residents this
week moved a step closer
to the goal of being able
to obtain United States
citizenship certificates in
the Zone instead of in the
United States.
The House of Representa-
tives on May 7 approved
and sent to the Senate a
bill that would authorize
issuance of United States
citizenship certificates in
the Canal Zone.


Firemen

Plan Ball


For May 18
The 10th annual ball sponsor-
ed by the Canal Zone Fire Di-
vision Officers of Local No. 13
will be held the night of May
18 in the Tivoli Guest House.
Dancing will sthrt at 8:30 p.m.
The fire officers expect such
a big crowd that they have
made arrangements to use both
the dining room and the ball-
room of the guest-house and
will have two orchestras on
hand to furnish music for danc-
ing. One will be Mario Fabrega
and his conjunto and the other
the Vi-Counts of Fort Clayton,
who are high on the popularity
list with local teen-agers.
The door prizes are attractive
enough to tempt ticket buyers
of all ages. They include a set
of four Royal tires, a set of
MacGregor Golf Clubs for men
and another for women; a $25
credit for a permanent wave
and hair style, a portable tele-
vision set, a spinning rod and-
reel and a number of miscel-
laneous prizes.
Tickets are on sale at only
$1.00 and may be obtained from
any fire officer or at any fire
station in the Canal Zone. Ta--
bles can be reserved by calling
Balboa 2128.


Git oftmhe Pasama Canal Mu


I K Academy


BIRDWATCHERS AT SUMMIT Four young birdlovers watch the colorful tropical birds in one
of the birdhouses at Summit Gardens. The Gardens and the animals on display there continue to
attract numerous visitors, despite the onset of the rainy season. And forsmallfry birdwatchers
like these, the popular burritos Mancha and Gato are on hand to provide short rides around the
Gardens.
i i i .e .. .1


FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1963


Canal Couple Attends



White House Reception


A reception at the White
House in Washington, D.C., a
personal greeting from the
President of the United States,


and a chat with the President's
sister-in-law, came as fitting
cliinax to the career of Medal
of Honor holder William E.


A CONSTRUCTION DAY BRIDE compared fashion notes with a
newcomer to the Isthmus just before the annual luncheon of the
Cristobal Woman's Club, which this year had as its theme "A Fan-
fare of Fashion." The Construction Day bride is Mrs. Fred Whaler
(center), who came to the Isthmus in 1908. Her husband retired in
1946. Mrs. Whaler taught sewing to her daughter, Mrs. Burnell Dowler
(right) of Margarita, who now teaches beginners and advanced sew-
ing, using patterns, at the Cristobal Woman's Club. Mrs. Dowler is
chairman of the Arts and Crafts Committee. Mrs. Wade Naron
(left' of Margarita, who now teaches beginners and advanced sow-
dresis design students as Pupi. Mrs. Naron is from Santiago, Chile.
She was married in the States and came to the Canal Zone with her
husband, Who is a towing locomotive operator at Gatun Locks. She
teaches an advanced design course, with Cristobal Woman's Club
members as students.


Badders.
Mr. Badders, who served
with the U.S. Navy for many
years, will retire in September
from the Panama Canal, where
he has been employed since
1942 as Salvage Master and
Master Diver in the Industrial
Division.
As a Medal of Honor holder,
Mr. Badders and his wife were
guests recently at a Military
Reception at the White House.
Shortly before this affair, he
and 200 or more other Medal
of Honor holders were greeted
personally by President Ken-
nedy in the White House Rose
Garden.
The President took time to
shake the hand of each of the
m-tn who hold the highest
award their country can give.
Later, Mr. and Mrs. Badders
had a long talk with Mrs. Ethel
Kennedy, wife of the U.S. At-
torney General. Mrs. Badders
described both the President
and his sister-in-law as people
of great personal charm.
Another big thrill during the
busy *veek in Washington was
a reunion with Vice Admiral 0.
F. Naquin, Ret., who was com-
manding officer of the Sub-
marine Squalus when it sank
off Portsmouth in 1939. Mr.
Badders received the Medal of
Honor for his work in the salv-
age and rescue work on this
submarine.
He was interviewed for tele-
vision news programs several
times and as a result was call-
ed by friends from as far away
as California. Mr. Badders
said, however, that he never
did manage to see one of the
telecasts on which he appeared.


Appointees


Announced
Joseph Winston Peddrick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M.
Peddrick of Curundu and a
senior at Balboa High School,
has been selected for admis-
sion to the United States Air
Force Academy in Colorado
for the scholastic year 1963,
it was announced at Balboa
Heights this week.
At the same time, an an-
nouncement was made of seven
other young men who have
qualified as candidates to the
U.S. Naval Academy at Ana-
polis, and the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy at Kings
Point.
John R. Donaldson, son of
Robert Donaldson, Panama
Canal resident engineer in
Japan, was listed as first on
the list of candidates for- the
U.S. Naval Academy and was
one of the two top candidates
for the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy.
Sergei M. Kowalchik, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kowalchik
of Balboa, was second on the
Naval Academy list; William
H. Munyon, Jr., son of Capt-
ain Harry Munyon of Gamboa,
was third; and Michael Le-
Brun, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William LeBrun of Balboa, was
fourth.
William B. Huff, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Huff
of Margarita, was the second
of the two candidates for'ad-
mission to Kings Point; Gerald
R. Cooper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G.E. Cooper of Gamboa
was listed as first alternate.
Young Peddrick was 'born
in Washington, D.C. but has
attended Canal Zone elemen-
tary and secondary schools.
He is Vice President of the
Senior Class, a Company Com-
mander in the ROTC and a
member of Mu Alpha Theta,
the honorary mathematics so-
ciety.
Young Donaldson, who has
been attending'school in Japan
for the past two years, was
formerly a student in Balboa
High School.
Candidate Kowalchik, who is
second on the Naval Academy
qualification list, is finishing
his first year in the Canal Zone
College. He is a member of
Phi Theta Kappa, the Junior
College Honorary Scholastic
Society and has been active
in football and dramatics.


York Rite Planning


Golden Anniversary


The Canal Zone York Rite of
Freemasonry, like many of the
service and fraternal organiza-
tions oh the Isthmus, has com-
pleted 50 years of active and


Vaccine Finale

Next Weekend

The oral polio vaccine cam-
paign aimed at "stamping out
polio" is taking a breather in
the Canal Zone this weekend,
but will be resumed next
weekend, May 17 and 18, as
Atlantic-siders get their sec-
ond round of the vaccine.
The second round is a com-
bined dose of Type II and Type
III vaccine. Type I was given
in the first round last month.
All three types are necessary
for complete protection, but
Health Bureau officials say
the order in which they are
taken makes no difference: If
you've had Type I you
should get Types II and III;
if you haven't had Type I -
you should take Types II and
III now and get Type I later.


useful service to its members.
To celebrate the Golden An-
niversary, the organization is
staging a Golden Anniversary
dinner-dance at the Fort Ama-
dor Officers' Open Mess the
evening of Saturday, May 18.
Prominent Masons from the
United States and several other
countries are expected to be
present to help make the event
a memorable occasion. Among
dignitaries expected is Edwin
A. Martini, presiding officer of
the world's largest individual
body of Masons, the General
Grand Chapter of Royal Arch
Masons. Also in attendance will
be John B. Phelps of Miami,
Fla., long recognized as one of
the hardest workin--g men in
the Masonic fraternity and a
Past Grand Master of the Gen
eral Grand Council.
Refreshments will be served
starting at 7 p.m., with dinner
to be served at 8 p.m., followed
by dancing to the music of
Cristobal Mufioz. Subert Turby-
fill will be master of cere-
monies.
The senior past presiding of-
ficer of all three Canal Zone
York Rite bodies is Floyd H.
Baldwin.


PImBRm COLWA







PILL WAY


Vol. I No. 47


Civic Council

Meets Monday,
An open meeting of U.S.
Civic Councils with Gov-
ernor Fleming will be held
at 7:30 p.m., Monday, in
-the Balboa High School
Activities Building. The
meeting will be ,open to
the public.


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IPILL WAY M~y 10, 1963


If you ask protocol Officer
Mike Corco about the cartoon
above, he 'might be tempted
to alter the facts slighty. To
protect him against tempta-
tion (never let it be said that
we led him astry), we'll tell
what happened last Sunday.
Mike went fishing with Gov-
ernor Fleming. Somewhere
near Taboga Island the Gov-
ernor decided to try a little'
jigging and he asked Mike to
drop the anchor over to'steady
things a bit.
'Twas no sooner said than
done, but Mike was left look-,
ing strangely goggle-eyed as
the tail of the rope slid over-
board and down, down, down
in the wake of the anchor.
Someone' forgot one detail: To
do' any good, an anchor must
be fastened to the boat which
it -ie supposed to anchor.
Mike wouldn't comment last
week on whether it was 'the
plunging anchor or other fac-
tors which caused the finny
brethren of the deep to de-
tect; but he did admit that
sone were caught either
before or after he played ap-
prentice seaman.

- Mancha's back in harness,,
is it were, and reports from
;ummit Gardens have it that
iate is being catty about the


whole' episode in which his
brother-in-tails was involved.
Seems Mancha claimed sick
leave privileges for a few
days last week, leaving the
whole detail of- escorting po-
peyed smallfry around Sum-
mit to his unsuspecting burrito
sidekick.
All was well by midweek,
however, as Mancha returned-
to the bridle paths and Gato
brayed his delight.
Congrats are in order for
Executive Secretary Paul Run-
nestrand, the Very Rev. Main-
ert J. Peterson, and Hirum C.
Searcy. All three men receiv-
ed the "Thanks Badge" of the
International Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone. for their con-
tributions to the growth and
development of the 16-yearold
organization. And b e 1 a t e d
birthday best wishes to the
scouting group,i too.
You gentlemen who want to
keep bellying up to good, home-
cooked meals would do well' to
remember that Sunday is
Mother's Day.. We've all met
oracles with 20-20 hindsight,
but those with equal foresight
are somewhat more scarce. No
es verdad?...Brainstorms are,
sometimes, like rainstorms:
They wash away a lot of ages-
old debris.


fit #A 1ere


Dockworkers


Get Informal


Recognition

The Panama Canal Zone
Atlantic Side Dockworkers'
Union has been extended of-
ficial recognition by the Pana-
ma Canal in accordance with
Executive Order 10988 which
provides a framework for em-
ployee-management cooperation
in the Federal service.
In a letter dated MayT 1963
to Inedio Ceballos, president of
-the Union, E. A. Doolan, Per-
sonnel Director, granted the
Atlantic Side Dockworkers'
Union informal recognition to
represent its members employ-
ed in the Terminals Division
(Atlantic) of the Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau.
Informal recognition establishes
the right of the organization to
be heard on matters of interest
'to its members, but places
management officials under no
obligation to seek its Views. ,
To -qualify for informal re-
cognition, the Dockworkers'
Union submitted the following:
A copy of its by-laws; a
roster of the organization's of-
/ ficers and representatives; a
statement that the organization
does not assert the right to
strike against the Government
of the United States or any
agency thereof, or to assist or
participate in such strike; a
statement that the organization
does not advocate the over-
throw of the constitutional form
of Government of the United
States; a statement that the
organization has no rule, pro-
cedure, policy, ritual or prac-
tice which permit or result in
discrimination on the basis of
race,- creed, color or national
origin; and a statement that
the organization is not, subject
to corrupt influences of any
party, movement, or o t h e r
group which is opposed to basic
democratic principles.

LIBRARY FEATURES
Library patrons who patron-
ize the "who done it" shelf may
not know that the Canal Zone
Library features the following
attractions: browsing collec-
tion, map and print file, micro-
film readers, batea designs,
vertical file, U.S. and foreign
telephone directories, New York
Times and Miami Herald, both
received daily by air mail, and
can furnish talking books for
the blind.

The Canal Zone Library cir-
culates approximately 400,000
items a year and at the Main
Library in the Civil Affairs
Building answers about 15,000
reference and research ques-
tions yearly.


An increase in the premium
rates for the Uniform Health
Benefits Plan in which some
135,000 U.S. Federal employee
-annuitants who retired before
July 1, 1960 or their survivor-
annuitants are enrolled, will
become effective July 1, 1963,
it has been announced by the
U.S. Civil Service Commission.
At the same time it was an-
nounced that the Commission
has decided to increase the
Government's contribution to
annuitants enrolled in the Uni-
form Plan, as well as to an-
other 110,000 annuitants in
various qualified private plans.
The Government's monthly
contribution will be increased
from $3 to $3.50 monthly for a
self-only enrollment and from
$6 to $7 for a self-and-family
enrollment These increases,
also effective July 1, will apply
to all annuitants who are en-
rolled in the Uniform Plan or
in a qualified private plan.
The premium increase in the
Uniform Plan will amount to
approximately 15 percent, the
Commission said. It is based
on the actual use of benefits
under the plan. Because the
annuitant group is in the older
age brackets, its use of me-
dical care is much greater than
that of a group with a normal
age distribution.
The Commission noted that
most of the annuitants who
elected qualified private plans
have already experienced or
soon will, an increase in pre-


miums since the original
amount of the Government's
contribution to the cost of. their
health insurance was set in
1960. The Commission narrow-
ly averted a premium increase
in the Uniform Plan last year,
The Civil Service Commission
negotiated the Uniform Plan
with the insurance industry in
1960. It provides, at the an-
nuitants' election, both basic
and major medical coverage.
Employees of the Canal or-
ganization who retired before
July 1960, their families and
survivors are affected by the
Retired Federal Employees
Health Benefits law which gave
the Civil Service Commission
power to negotiate the Uniform
Plan.
PENWOMEN TO MEET ..
The Canal Zone branch of the
National League of American
Penwomen will meet at 12:30
p.m., May 31, in the Tivoli
Guest House, the meeting hav-
ing been postponed from May
1, the date previously schedul-
ed.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
The Panama Canal Library
was established August 24, 19*4
and will he 50 years old in 1964.
It has a world-famous collec-
tion of material covering early
surveys for the Panama Canal,
the history of the Panama Rail-
road, the French Canal effort,
and the construction of the Pa-
nama Canal.
~ ,', *<*


Donaldl Baker
O.S. VaavWConstrxci-n Bata~ion C'ser
Port Baenene, Calif.


He

ABOLISH

His

SJobF

* When ri employee suggests his ob
Sbe abolished-thal's news?' ?
But Equrpment Specialist Baker
'did -just that Seeking ways to improve
'lts agency's materiet speciications.
* he made recommenedatoes which he
mkew would result in as 85% cut e
his own work and virtual elmi atlon
a. his job This is exactly what hap.-
(pened But the story has a happy
)ending: His recommendations broughtM
Ihum a cash award of $480 a**anew"
Pa5sig mnitthe n val e stablishsent..


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ltI.,; ~ -


VILLA CACERES The next group of 126 ho mes are nearing completion in the Panama
housing development, 6f Villa Caceres and applicants to purchase them are being sought among
Canal employees, who are among those eligible to buy the homes at modest cost. The develop-
ment is being constructed through cooperation of Panama and the United States. Views of the
interior of one of the homes can be found on Page 2 of the Spanish section. Panamanian em-
ployees of the Canal who wish to buy one of the homes can obtain assistance and guidance from
the housing offices of the Community Services Division in Cristobal and Balboa.


Page Two


PAST PRESIDENT'S PIN is presented Mrs. Peter Bttlon, out-
going president of the Balboa Woman's Club, by Mrs. Anthony
Nita, who assumed duties as the 17th President of the Club at
the 17th annual birthday luncheon held Wednesday in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House. Mrs. Robert J. 'Fleming, Jr.,
(far left) is Honorary President of the Balboa Woman's Club.
Standing beside Mrs. Fleming is Mrs. Leonard Ruppel, outgoing
Receptionist and incoming Parliamentarian, who is also a past
President of the Club. Mrs. Ruppel introduced the guests seated
at the head table and the past presidents attending the luncheon.


Retiree Insurance


Rates Increased


NWOTAWAY~.~


SPI-L LW A Y


I May 10, 1963





Page Three


M aY- 1U,___________ __ __ ---- ____________ -__________________________^ IY O J___ _____ ,, S P I L L --, ------ W A Y------ ---------------------------------------------------I-- *l*ll .


-Abernathy Wins



Softball Crown


GIBRALTERMEN Members of the Gibralter Athletic Club basketball team, the Pacific-si d e
entry in the Isthmian Basketball League, are: kneeling, from left, Joe Wood, Dick Gayer, Bill Young
and Roy Culbreth; standing, from left, Manager Charles MacArthur, Ray Nesbitt,. Walter Trout,
Charles Newbury, Ramon Reyes and Jennings Rod ers. Also a member of the team, but not present
when the picture was taken, is Burton Mead.



brater Life ntet
Gi1ate ifQite


Set For CZ T


The Pacific-side entry in the
Isthmian Basketball League, the
Gibralter Li e Insurance, Ath-
letic Club, presently is a strong
contender to cop the Annual
Canal Zone Basketball Tqurna-
ment to be held later this
month.
The Gibraltarmen. sponsored
by the Gibraltar Life Insurance
Co. of America, represented
locally by Jim Ridge and Davis
Stevenson, are managed by
Charles McArthur, an auditor
in the Canal Comptroller's Of-
fice, who has guided this adult
basketball team since 1958. This
black-clad quintet is a genuine
"home-town" team, ha v in g-
most of its roster made up of
graduates of Balboa High
School and the Canal Zone Col-
lege.
On this year's squad is Walter
Trout, a Canal Zone policeman
and -a veteran, of many local
basketball campaigns; center
Ramon "Griyo" Reyes, a gra-


duate of Balboa High School;
forward Raymond Nesbitt, a
graduate of -Balboa High
School; forward Joe Wood, a
BHS graduate; and high-scor-
ing forward Roy Culbreth, a
Balboa High School graduate
who copped last year's scoring
crown in the Cyrca Pacific
Basketball League.
The remaining four hoopsters
on thrs year's ,highly talented
squad are Jennings Rodgers, a
Canal Zone policeman; Bill
Young, of the Canal's Person-
nel Bureau; Charles Newbury,
a plumber with the Canal; and
flashy Dick Gayer, a former
scoring champion in 'the Cyrca
League, who is employed in
the Canal's Payroll Branch.
T h i s year's Gibraltarmen
sport a fine 8-2 record in the
Isthmian Basketball League.
Thus far they have defeated
the Atlantic side's Abernathy A.
C. three times; the Voit con-
t'ngent made up primarily of


HOW ABOUT THAT, Donald R. Brayton of the Railroad Division
seems to be saying, as he is presented an Industrial Accident
IPrevention Certificate by Axton T. Jones, Transportation and
Terminals Director. The presentation was made as part of a safety
award ceremony held on the Atlantic side during which all
Divisions and Units of the Transportation and Terminals Bureau
were recognized for safety records achieved during the last
year. The employees of the Railroad Division worked a whole
calendar year without a disabling injury. Mr. Brayton is the
third head of an operating division to be so honored since the
inauguration in 1957 of the present Panama Canal Safety Award
System. Others were Roy Reece, who was Acting Electrical
Engineer in 1957, and Roger Adams, Chief of the Motor Transpor-
tation .Division, in 1961.


journey
school teachers on three occa-
sions; the.Cristobal High .School
Tigers once, and the scrappy
Balboa High School Bulldogs
once. The' Gibraltar A.C. quin-
tet has tasted defeat just twice
when Carnal Zone College de-
feated them on their only meet-
ing of the year, and when the
Balboa High School squad up-
set them early in the sea-
son in an extremely close
contest.'
The Gibraltarman presently
are tied for -second place with
the Bulldogs from BHS in the
Isthmian League Hoop stand-
ings. Canal Zone basketball
enthusiasts can expect to see
some hotly contested games
when the Gibraltar A.C. quin-
tet takes to the floor this month
.as the Pacific Side civilian
team representative in the very
popular Annual Canal Z one
College Basketball Tourney at
the Balboa Gymnasium. The
Gibraltarmen copped the tourn-
ament championship in 1961,
when the squad breezed through
the Isthmian Basketball League
with a fine record of 9-1, and
will be out to repeat this per-
formance this season.


Gem Society


Meets Tonight
The May business meeting
of the Canal Zone Gem and
Mineral Society will be held
Friday, May 10, at 7:30 p.m.,
in the Gem and Mineral So-
ciety quarters in Balboa, on
the road to Pier 20, behind the
Skating Rink.
Members and their guests
are invited to attend. Refresh-
ments will' be served after the
meeting. President of the or-
ganization is Earl Orr.
REFERENCE CENTER
The Canal Zone Library is
the official technical reference
library for /the Panama Canal
organization. It contains ap-
proximately 200,000 items in-
cluding books (about 135,000),
documents, pamphlets, bound
and unbound magazines, maps,
prints and manuscripts.
THIS WEEK'S VISITORS
April 29 to May 5, 1963
Miraflores Lock.......... 1434
Gatun Locks ............ 205
Las Cruces, 2 trips .... 210
Reina Manuelita, 4 trips.. 105
Passenger Ships, 2 ships.. 1196
GRAND TOTAL.... 3150


Bill De 'La Mater's Aber-
nathy Unisport softball team
won the 1963 championship of
the Pacific Softball League, de-
feating Bill Nickisher's Philips
Radio by winning two of the


Pill-Bowlers


Mark End


Of Season
Successful completion of the
first annual "Pill-bowlers"
League consisting-largely of
Health Bureau bowling enthu-
siasts was highlighted Thurs-
day night by a banquet at the
Fort Clayton -Officer's Club.
- Thirty-six sterling bowlers,
the full complement of the six
team league of husbands and
wives, gathered for the pre-
sentation of prizes following
completion of the 15-week sea-
son.
In an exciting race, top ho-
nors went to the team captain-
ed by Dr. Homer H. Hanna,
by a margin of only four points.
Even as Jate as the next-to-last
week of the season, any one
of three teams had a chance
to overtake the eventual win-
ners. Others on the winning
team were Mrs. Bobbie Hanna
and Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Pearson.
Dr. Casper Rea, Gorgas Hos-
pital surgeon, ran away front
the field to win the prize for
high series -with handicap, -664,
and high game with handicap,
278. Mrs. Ann Jelderks won the
high handicap series for wo-
men with a 576 and Mrs. Marge
Kamish came in with the top
handicap game for women, a
223.
The league plans a brief rest
before returning to action in
late August or September.


three playoff games in a thril-
ling series.
Bill Muller pitched a beauti-
ful 1-0, .seven-hit game in the
first game, defeating MacNair
Lane, who yielded only four
hits, one of which was a home
run by Burt Mead.
In the second game, Bill
Sparks of Abernathy Unisport,
pitched a seven-hitter o ver
Muller of Philips Radio, as
Abernathy won 5 to 1, in a
game that featured a towering
home run by George Tochfer-
man.
The third and final game was
a thrilling climax to a very
successful Pacific S o ft ba l.l
League season. Pitchers Sparks
and Muller again met in the
crucial game of the series as
MacNair-Lane was confined to
the hospital with pulled back
muscles. The game featured
home runs by George Toehter-
man and Al Carr. Carr's came
with two out in the top of the
seventh, with Abernathy behind
3 to 2, and after Jim Givens
had tripled, Tochterman h ad
been purposely walked and stole
second. The final score was
Abernathy 5, Philips Radio 3.
Abernathy out hit Philips Ra-
dio 12 to 7.__ George Tochter-
man's home run came in the
first inning.
The final standings:
Team W L Pet.
Abernathy 28 8 .778
Philips Radio 27 11 .711
White Horse 17 22 .436
Ft. Clayton 16S 22 .421
Pan Liquido 13 23 .361
U.S. Navy 11 27 .289
Individuals Leaders:
Batting: Gary Collins (Aber-
nathy-Unisport), .395;
Pitching: earned runs 34.
Lane (Philips), 1.91;
Pitching: won-lost record -
M. Lane 18-4;
RBI: B o b Morris (White
Horse), 24;
Home runs: Pagley (Clayton),
6;
Most Valuable Player: Jim
Given (Abernathy-Unisport).


PRACTICE FOR AQUA REVIEW Jackie Ashton of C a n a I
Zone College holds her right foot aloft during a practice session
in the Balboa Swimming Pool for the first Aqua Review to be
held here in several years. The Review is to be presented May 22
and 23 at the Balboa Pool, with a performance each evening at
7:30 p.m. Miss Ashton, one of 11 Canal Zone College students to
perform in the Review, will appear in a duet swim and a solo
number. Patricia Lehman, physical education instructor at Ca-
nal Zone College, is sponsor for the presentation.


S P I L L W A Y


May l0, I V63







SPILL W.AY


May 10, 1963


PEOPLE IN rh
"THIS IS YOUR. LIFE, MARGUERITE
MAPHIS," was presented as a highlight at a
retirement luncheon party given in honor of
Mrs. Maphis, at right, of the Personnel Bureau
on her birthday. There were 101 guests pre-
sent. ,
The "This is you life" presentation, writ-'
ten by Mrs. Marjorie L. Engel, a co-worker
.n the' Personnel Bureau, was not as elabo-
rate as the famous program of the same
'name but, like the States' production, cover-
ed the past, present, and future of Mrs.
Maphis' life.
Mrs. Maphis, who will retire May 31
after more than 19 years Panama Canal serv-
ice, was born in Hoopston, Ill., a daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Briscoe.
She was graduated- from 'Mississippi State
College, where her father was a professor, in
1922 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
In 1927 she came to the Canal Zone with
her husband, Sam W. Maphis, a customs
official here. She was a substitute teacher
in the Canal Zone schools and for a time was
a reporter for the Panama American.
That latter career came to a sudden end
in connection with an assignment to interview
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, who was visiting
the Canal Zone. Mrs. Maphis had made pre-
vious' plans with friends to go to the Interior.
And to the Interior she went. When she re-
turned to the newspaper .office without the
interview, her journalistic, career e n d e d
abruptly.
The- major portion of her Panama Canal
service has been with the Personnel :Bureau.
Mrs. Maphis has been activei'n church
activities and sings in the choir at St.. Luke's
Cathedral.
On leaving the Canal Zone, she will visit
her "daughter, Conway, ,and family in Ecuador.
Conway was born in the Canal Zone, became
a nurse and met her husband, Revr. -David


ROBERT VAN WAGNER,. Chief of' the
Employees Services Branch of the Personnel
Bureau, is known to most Panama Canal
employees as the man who represents them
on insurance matters. He has been President
of the Group Insurance Board since its orga-
nization in 1956. Elected members represent
ll United States and non-United States em-
ployees of the Panama Canal, and Canal
Zone .on insurance matters that pertain to
:hem.
He will retire from Panama Canal serv-
ce this month, but has been requested to
stay on the job a bit longer and has agreed
'o remain approximately 5 months more.
Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, where his
their r was stationed as an. oilman, he grew






















'5 ,,
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AFb fISP0 LIH7b~E


Plumer, while assigned as a nurse at Gorgas
Hospital. The Rev. Mr. Plumer is an Epis-
copal Minister, now stationed in .Quito, Ecua,
dor, where they make their home. They have
three children.
From Ecuador, she will go to .Boulder,
Colorado, to live near her son, Sam, and
family. Sam was born in Ancon Hospital,
excelled: in sports while in school and be-
came an outstanding football player at the
University of Colorado. He now works for
Titan Missiles as a Project Engineer in Den-
ver, Colorado. He and his wife, the former
Coila Gooden of Gamboa, reside in Boulder
with their three children.


up in a tropical setting. He went to school
in El Paso, Texas, and then came to the
Isthmus when his father started Isthmian
operations of the Texas Oil Company and'
moved the family to Mount Hope.
For a few years Mr. Van Wagner work-
ed for the Panama Railroad in the former
Receiving and Forwarding Agency and on
the docks.
He married Lillian Cotton, whose father
had come to -the Canal .Zone in Construction
Days when Colonel Goethals was. head man.
Her brother, Ernest Cotton, was a well-known
Panama Canal printer who worked for the
Canal for more than 42 years.
After marriage, the couple left for the
United States and Mr. Van Wagner was eng-
aged in the export business, travelling
through Latin America. He became ill in the
States in 1940 and returned' to the Canal Zone
to recuperate.
He was with the Municipal Division of
the Panama Canal when World .War II start-
ed and he joined the U. S. Navy at 15th Na-
val District. He served as a Chief Petty of-
ficer in the Seabees in the Pacific, South Pa-
cific, and the Philippines.
At the close of the war he returned to
the Panama Canal Municipal Division, which
later combined with the Maintenance Divi-'
sion. In January 1960 he transferred to the
Personnel Bureau.
Mr. and B Mrs. Van Wagner have one
daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Runck of the Ca-
nal Zone, and one son, Robert, an insurance
man in Findlay, Ohio. The latter has' two
sons.
The Van Wagners are building a home
outside Hendersonville, N. C., and plan to
go there when they leave the Canal Zone.
Mrs. Lilly, A. Cotton, Mrs. Van Wagner's 95-
year-old mother, will accompany them and
is looking forward to her trip back to the
States.


FRANK A. TOMPKINS, Chief Engineer,
Towboat or Ferry, pictured -here in the
engineroom of the Alhajuela, retired in April
1962 after 18 years, 3 months witb the Panama
Canal, but was given a year's extension.
He is a U. S. Navy veteran of World War
I .and World War II. In the latter fracas he
was on a merchant ship sunk off the coast
of Russia. Fortunately for him the convoy
hastily picked up all survivors.
Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins live in Margarita
and have two sons, Hugo and Leslie, both
students in Canal Zone Junior College.


Coming



Events

MAY
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.
13 -Meeting at 7:30 p.m. of
the U.S. Civic Councils
at the Balboa -. High
School Activities Build-
ing. ,
14 -Violinist Jaime Laredo
will open the Panama
Concert Association sea-
son at 8:30 p.m. in the
Bella Vista Theater.
Tickets on sale at
Panamanian-North Amer-
ican Association, Mor-
rison's, and Panama
Hilton Hotel.
18 -Armed Forces Day.
29. -Birthday -f President
John F. Kennedy.-

29-30 -Two performances at,
the Presidente Theater
of the Ballet de Serge
Golovine. One of the
leading prima ballerinas
of, the world, Nina Vy-
roubova, will perform.
This ballet is sponsored
by the National Depart--
ment of Culture.


30 -Memorial Day.
Holiday.


Legal


"Joe's been running the
same machine for
some time .../He's
quite attached to it' "









NEWSPAPER FILES
Not many people realize that
the Canal Zone Library has the
complete files of both the Pa-
nama American and the Star
and Herald in English and
Spanish which date back to the
beginning of the papers. In
the case of the Star and Herald,
this is more than 100 years.
The older files have been plac-
ed on microfilm.
SPANISH SECTION
Although the Canal Zone Li-
brary was established original-
ly as a library featuring English
language books if now has six
installations which are pre-
dominately Spanish Paraiso
and. Rainbow City Branches;
Santa Cruz Circulating Library;
and three job-site libraries (at
the harbormaster's office,
Gatun Launch Landing and
Cristobal Terminal Building).


CFN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00 Parade of Sports
3:30 This is The Life
4:00 Exploring
5:00 Concert Hall
5:30 Championship Bridge
6:00 _CFN News
6:15 Sacred Heart
6:30 The Great Challenge
7:30 Danny Thomas
8:00 Ed Sullivan -
8:50 Weekend News Re-
view
9:00 Price is Right
9:30 Merv Griffin
10:00 Alumni Fun
10:00 Christophers
11:00 Final Edition
1105 Enc: Jack Paar
MONDAY

4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Expedition Colorado
5:30 Sports Time
6:00 4-Star Edition
6:35 Zane Grey Theater
7:00 Bienvenido
7:15 Air Power
7:30 Dick Van Dyke
8:00 Dinah Shore Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Movietime "Montana
Mike"
10:45 Greatest Dramas
11:00 Final Edition
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
7:30 Andy-Griffith
8:00 Garry Moore
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Armchair Theater
The Long Night"
10:30 Tenn. Ernie Ford
11:00- Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Dinah Shore

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
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Tonight
10:00 Password
- 10:30 Ted Mack
1l'00' Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Garry Moore

THURSDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 School Story
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 All-Star Golf
8:00 Sing Along, With
Mitch
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Thursday Theater
"Slightly Honorable"
10:30 Willy '
11:00 Final Edition

FRIDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Magic Midway
5:30 Marvest
6:00 Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 College Bowl
7:30 Joey Bishop
8:00 Jack Paar
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Candid Camera
9:30 I've Got A Secret
10:00 Big Story
10:30 Stump The Stars
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Friday Night Theatel
"Railroaded"

SATURDAY
1:00 Armed Forces Day
4:30 Pro Bowlers Tour
5:45 Curt Massey
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
9:00 Circle Theater
10:00 Wrestling
10:30 What's My Line
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Tonight


'age Four









RECONOCIDO


SINDICATO


oficialmente por el Canal de Panama


El Sindicato de Trabajadores
Portuarios del Sector Atlanti-
co de la Zona del Canal ha re-
cibido reconocimiento official
del Canal de PanamA de a-
cuerdo con la Orden Ejectitiva
rNo. 10988 la cual proporciona
un sistema para la cooperaci6n
empleado-patronal en el servi-
cio Federal.
En una, carta fechada el 7
de mayo de 1963, dirigida a
Inedio Ceballos, president del.
Sindicato, el Sr. Edward A.
Doolan, Director de Personal
concedi6 al Sindicato de Tra-
bajadores Portuarios del Sec-
tor AtlAntico reconocimiento in-
formal para representar a sus
miembros empleados en la Di-
visi6n de Tcrminales (Atlanti-
co) de la Direcci6n de Trans-
portes y Terminales. El recb-
nocimiento informal establece
TAXI!... TAXI!...
'Las iltimas estadisticas indi-
can que el nimero de coaches
por personas es el siguiente en
las primeras tres categories:
EUA. un coche por cada 2.4
-)ersonas (empatado con M6na-
:o); le sigue: La Zona del Ca-
nal de Panama con un coche
para cada 3.2 personas.
En tercer lugar estA1 el Ca-
nada con un coche por cada 3.3
personas.


el derecho de la agrupaci6n
sindical de ser escuchada en
asuntos de interns para sus
miembros, pero no le impone
obligaci6n alguna a la admi-
nistraci6n de pedir su criterio.
Para llenar los requisitos de
un reconocimiento informal, el
Sindicato de Trabajadores Por-
tuarios entreg6 lo siguiente:
Una copia de sus estatutos;
una lista de los dirigentes y
representantes de la agrupa-
ci6n; una declaraci6n al efec-
to de que la agrupaci6n no
afirme el derecho de declarar-
se en huelga contra el Gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos o
cualquier dependencia del mis-
mo, o de ayudar o participar
en cualquier huelga; una de-
claraci6n de que la agrupaci6n
no aboga por el derrocamiento
de la forma constitutional del
Gobierno de los Estados Uni-
dos; una declaraci6n al efecto
de que la agrupaci6n no tie-
ne reglamento, procedimiento,
political, rito o prActica alguna
que permit o result en discri-
minaci6n por motivo de raza,
credo, color u origen national;
y una declaraci6n al efecto de
que la agrupaci6n no esta so-
metida a influencias corrup-
tas de partido, movimiento, o
grupo alguno que sea opuesto
a los principios bAsicos de la
democracia.


Pre-Estreno de una


gran cinta
Prestigiado por la presencia
del Presidente Roberto F. Chia-
ri y altos dignatarios de Pana-
mA y de la Zona del Canal se
realizarA el gran premier de
Ia famosa opereta vienesa
"Der Rosenkavalier" los dias
22 y 23 de mayo en el teatro
Bella Vista.
La cinta, auspiciada por la
Sociedad Ben6fica Britinica, es
a colors y estA dirigida por '
Paul Czinner. Fue filmada du-
rantb el mundialmente famoso
Festival de Salzburgo, llevando
1o s roles estelares Elizabeth
Schwarzkop, Sena Jurinac, An-
neliese Rothenberger, Otto Edel-
man y Erich Kunz.


colors


La direcci6n musical de la
opereta de Richard- Strauss es-
tuvo a cargo de Herbert von
Karajan, dirigiendo.la Orques-
ta Sinf6nica de Viena.
Los boletos para la funci6n
cuestan $1.50 y estarAn de ven-
ta del 13 al 19 de mayo en la
Cancilleria de la Embajada Bri-
tAnica en Panama, en el hotel
Panama-Hilton y en la Casa de
Hu6spedes Tivoli.
Los ingresos de las proyeccio-
nes se emplearAn en obras de
beneficencia auspiciadas por la
Sociedad Ben6fica Britanica en
pro de antillanos y miembros
de la comunidad britAnica de
naciones.


Abren Curso de


Adiestramiento


El lunes 13 de los corrientes
se inaugurarAn en el Cuarto
209 del edificio de Asuntos Ci-
viles de Anc6n, los cursos de
Adiestramiento para Enferme-
ras de Salud Pfiblica compren-
didos en el program de bienes-
tar social para las comunida-
des latino-americanas de la
Zona del Canal.
El program inaugural ser-


virfi para explicar el prop6si-
to de los cursos, asi como para
presentar a profesores y alum-
nos y familiarizarlos con el
curriculum.
LlevarAn la palabra esa no-
che la sefiora Cantillo y la se-
flora Georgina C. de Young.
Estos cursos se extenderin
hasta el 3 de junio del presen-
te afio.


Cierran Curso de


Adiestramiento
El Program de Bienestar Social para las comunidades La-
tino Americanas ha organizado un 'curso sobre Bienestar Social
del Niflo para las voluntarias que trabajarAn en la Guarderia
Infantil de Pedro Miguel. 28 seioritas graduadas de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso han tornado dicho curso. Se ha tratado
de brindarle a las alumnas conocimientos sobre los diferentes
aspects del Bienestar del Nifio, tales como su Desarrollo Fisico
y Emocional, sus problems emocionales, enfermedades comu-
nes de la infancia, nutrici6n y actividades de educaci6n fisica y
manualidades para nifios pre-escolares.
Las classes han sido dictadas por las siguientes personas:
Sra. G. C. de Young, Srta. J. A. Marshall, Srta. T. Osorio,
Sra. J. Karch, Sra. C. A. Butcher. Una enfermera de Salud PfA-
blica.
Hoy viernes 10 de mayo a las 7:00 p.m., en la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Paraiso serA la clausura del curso y seran invitadas
especiales la Sra. D. J. Paolucci, quien es la Jefe de las Volun-
tarias de la Cruz Roja y la Sra. P. Bolton, quien ha sido la Pre-
sidenta del Balboa Women's Club. Tambien estarAn presents
en esta reuni6n los miembros de la Junta de Directores de la
Guarderia Infantil; la nueva Presidente y otras socias del Bal-
boa Women's Club, quienes han estado cooperando en la organi-
zaci6n de la Guarderia.
La matricula de la Guarderia Infantil sera el jueves 23 de
mayo de 10:00 a.m a 12:00 p.m. en el Centro Civico de Pedro
Miguel.


Mientras su cong6nere Mancha lo "tomaba suave" debido a una pequefia irritaci6n posiblemente
causada por la cincha. Gate trabajaba como burro Ilevando sobre sus lomos a futuios ganado-
res del Kentucky Derby que acudian a los jardines de Summit a cabalgar. Sin embargo, mo-
mentos despu6sde captada esta foto, el Gato como que oy6 maullar o rebuznar al otro asno
desde el establo v se puso "bestia". Dichosamente el Guia Rolando Linares tom6 de la brida al
desabrido jumento y. Io hizo comportarse como mansa oveja. cosa que Gato no entendia bien
siendo uh burro.
l..~ s A


El Crnnial de PioumnmaS


PILL


AY


Vol. I No. 47 VIERNES 10 de MAYO de 1963



15,000 Reciben Vacuna Oral


Tipos 2 y 3 en el Pacifico


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Mi raf I o-
res .................... 1434
Esclusas de Gatun ...... 205
Las Cruces (2 via-
jes ..................... 210
Reina Manuelita (4 via-
jes) ..................... 105
Barcos.de Pasajeros
(2) .....................1196
GRAN TOTAL: .......3150
Informaci6n suministrada
jor el Servicio de Guias.

CUERPO DE PAZ
Diseminados por todo el inte-
rior se hallan numerosos j6-
venes norte-americanos perte-
necientes al Ilamado "Cuerpo
o Batall6n de la Paz".
Estos j6venes idealistas con.
viven con el campesino pana-
mefio, ayudindolo a familiari-
zarse con, nuevos m6todos y
tMcnicas en diversos aspects
de labranza y la ganaderia.
Actualmente se encuentran
,en el istmo una veintena de
esos mozos, pero en junio ven-
,drAn 20 mbs y en noviembre
'otres 25.


Una quince mil personas en su mayoria empleados del Canal
de Panama y sus parientes, obtuvieron el pasado fin de semana
en el sector Pacifico la segunda dosis de la vacuna oral contra
la poliomielitis.
Para la mayor part, de ellas los tipos II y III, que entonces
se suministraron, completaban el tratamiento que tan excelentes
resultados ha tenido en otras parties en la erradicaci6n del terri-
ble flagelo. Para otros, era la iniciaci6n del tratamiento, el
cual ahora deben completar tomando la dosis del tipo I, mAs
adelante.
La vacuna oral contra el polio puede empezarse ora por el
tipo I ora tomando la dosis que contiene los tipos II y III conjun-
tamente. PerO, en todo caso, es indispensable tomar los 3 tipos
para obtener la deseada inmunidad.
Otro punto important es que no es necesario ayunar, pudien-
do uno tomar los alimentos y bebidas acostumbrados ya fuere
antes o despu6s de ingerir el terr6n de az6car impregnado de
la vacuna oral.
Para fines de la semana entrant se anuncia la distribuci6n
de los tipos II y III en el. sector atlantico, habi6ndose fijado el
viernes 17 de' mayo, entire 1 y 7 de la tarde, para el suministro
de la vacuna en el Centro de Salud de Gatun.
El sabado 18 de mayo, de 9 de la mariana a 5 de la tarde, se
suministrara la vacuna oral tipos II y III en:
Margarita: Edificio del Club de Damas.
Rainbow City: Gimnasio.
Coco Solo: Centro de Salud y en el antiguo Cuartel de Bombe.
ros de Crist6bal.
Se recuerda a los interesados que deben Ilenar con anterio.
ridad los formularios correspondientes, uno por cada persona.
Esto se require, a6n cuando ya hubiesen Ilenado dichos formu-
larios cuando obtuvieron la dosis tipo I.
Evite hacer cola trayendo sus formularios debidamente Ile.
nos.


PORTUARIO









Piin D. PILdA


Mayo 10 de 1963


Gran


Demand


la por Comodas Casa,


/'~; '"''


De Villa Caceres



Afanosamente los albafiles, izquierda queda la cocina co
carpinteros, plomeros, cerraje- muebles empotrados a la pare
ros, electricistas y demis-obre- para la colocaci6n de trasto
:ros se concentran en su labor, -y titiles de cocina. (Ver -grAfi
de sol a sombra, empefiados ca).
en terminar las 126 nuevas vi- At fondo estan las recimara
iviendas de 2 y 3 reckmaras que con sus armarios embutidos
deben estar listas para el mes a pared (closets) y el bafi
,de julio venidero. ,vistoso, reluciente, donde 1l
Saben que los futures inqui- sefiora Ameer ha hecho install
ilinos aguardan con impacien- aditamentos que le dan aim
cia para ir a ocupar esas be- mayor aspect de modernidac
:11as casitas de Villa Caceres -Al igual que la mayoria d
que se construyen bajo el pro- sus vecinos, los Ameer han in
grama conjunto .panamefio-r-'.-- ciado algunas mejoras. en s
teamericano. propiedad, tales como una t<
rraza de concrete, extended
;El.sitio ya tiene ios pertiles los tendederos de -ropa, ami
de. un sector suburban. de ca- pliar 'la pista de rodaje de I
itegoria. -Desde la colina, se :le- cochera y sembrar jplantas
,vanta la hilera de casas :nue- flores.
)vas, limpiecitas, .casi lustrosas,
-que -descienden al valle -y -se Albert es un viejo emplead
triegan per una madeja de ca- de la Oficina de. Seguridad de
lles trazadas con buen .gusto.y -Canal de Panami, con la qu
-artte., Ileva 16 ainos como Inspecto
de accideates de la Divisib.
fMay residencias de :las :lla- de Transportes, en Corozal. An
madas duplex -planta ibaja y tes trabaj6.por 3 afios en la Se<
alta- para dos families; ca- ci6n de Almacenes de Balboa.
.as de 2 y casas.de -3 recama- Su esposa, Sybil, trabaja e
Iras. la firma legal de Castro & Ro
Sables. En sus ratos de 6cio d
Los.oeupantes,-se-eeha de ver elases de religion -en la Iglesi
que son personas decentes, y Metodista de Paraiso, dond
,progresistas. Esa impressionn -se tambien es organista.
-ddquiere .al ver el -empeo -que
ponen ten dar toques ,persona-
les.,a su -propiedad: tuna verja *
tpintorezea; coeheras, ,flores,
plantsa, cortinas, repellos-..
cada casita luce; enfrente; su
-jardineito como un delantal
verde- y florido.
Par,a juzgar su ,aspecto- in-
terior nos acogemos a la gen- -.
til hospitalidad de los esposos
Albert y Sybil .Ameer, quienes.
adquirieron una -casa- de 2 re-
cimaras a un cost aproxima-
do de $4,800.00.
Al tra$poner .la .puerta de en-
.trada admiramos la saltacome-
dor e6mobda, atractiva, A la

Por papel verde
puede ingresor
ver muchachas
CUA4NDO -Sonia +Henie reco-
.rri6 la India con .su .espectculo .
de hielo, la publicidad era 1el
problema principal. 'Como. po-
ldia uno .promover un espec-
tacul ,de hielo o .patines sobre
el hielo?
F1ue Sanja quien salio con la
respuesta. La muchacha que
puso- el signo del d6lar en el
fpatinaje artisticco, prepare el
siguiente lexto .para sus carte-
les:.
"Maravillosas bellas mujeres
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:plet6 un curso de investiga6i6n
con la Scientific Crime Detec-
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Reglas para emergencias

en las autopistas expiden


Automowvibisao
La As-ociacion Americana de
Caminos Estatales ha expedido
normas uniformes de sefiales de
emergencies para uso de los
automedontes en las autopistas:
Seg(in esas reglas los conduc-
tores deben estacionarse-cuan-
do ello fuere menester -per al-
gun percance-fuera de la pis-
ta, sobre el borde derecho de
la carretera.
Si fuere de noche, deben man-
tenerse encendidas las luces de
estacionamiento y las .interio-
res del vehiculo. Si el coche
-tiene sefiales indicativas de
"emergencia", 6stas deben ha-
cerse funcionar.
Si el vehiculo se viere dete-
nido en forma que parte del
-mismo se proyecte sobre el pa-
vimento, deben emplearse obs-


trucciones portAtiles de alarma,
que se deben colocar detrAs del
vehiculo para que puedan ser
vistas por los conductores de
otros que estuvieren en march
y sepan con tiempo que hay un
obstaculo en su camino.
Si se require ayuda, debe co-
locarse un trapo o pafiuelo blan-
co en lugar visible o alzarse la
tapa del motor.
Mientras aguardan ayuda '
automedontes deben perrrn
cer dentro del vehiculo o
lugar cercano pero fuera del
transit vehicular. No deben
abandonar sus carrots ni pa-
searse por la via.
Despues de ver alguna serial
de percance o emergencia los
otros motorists deben dar avi-
so a la policia o la autoridad
mas'pr6xima, indicando el lu-
gar y hora-


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Pigina Dos


SPILLWAY










LA VIDA NO ES TV.
ig El chiquillo tena solamente

r aa a al habia, visto habia sido en la
te1evisi6uxo en el cine. Camine
-ijada ef estadio a, muichaheo
se preg~tgiat c6o seri. aque-
lio. Finainente Jv! preunt6, a
su~padre- "PapA," dijo Ol-, "Wo-
a de B al on chest de Panam eleg de o; gan
eBOs' en' blanco y negro o en
-. '. *rlrp' 'r ?"


El 17 de este rmes quedarlin
sbradas las inscripciones para
* pr6xima temporada de ba-
'Mncesto de Panama, que debe-
Iiniciarse en el mes de junio.
P;a Liga Distritorial de Ba-
tHcesto de Panama, que se re-
lir a esta noche a las 7:30 en
KT Gimnasio Nacional', t i e n e
p sade aceptar solamente cua-
equipos, eni la division ma-
ipr masculina, para poder pre-


sentar un campeonato equilibra-
do e interesante.
Es casi\seguro que un con-
junto con el nombre de "Pana.
ma Canal" participe en la pr6-
xima contienda canastera, inte-
,grado por jughdores residents
en ]a Zona del Canal
No se conocen todavia l o s
nombres de los otros equipos
que intervendrAn en' el. campeo-
nato venidero.


2 Medallas de Plata Gano6


Panama en los Panamnericanos


Cinco medallas dos de plata y tres de bronce gan6 Pa-
nama en los Cuartos Juegos Deportivos Panamericanos que ter-
minaron el domingo en Sao Paulo, Brasil;
Las. medailas. de pla-ta fueron ganadas por el luchador Eduar-
do Campbell, de la division gallo, y por el boxeador del peso
gallo' Marcial Gutierrez.
Las medallas de bronce las conquistaron el levantador de
pesvs Ildefonso Lee, el luchador Si6n Cohen, del peso complete, y
la corredora de cien metros pianos, Lorraine Dunn.
Panama. envi6 una delegaci6n de 16 atletas a esos Juegos,
qua actuaron en esgrima, lucha, boxeo, levantamiento d6 pesas
y atletismo.

Pausa para Voher


Despu6s de cinco dias conse-
cutivos de actuaciones en hos-
pitales e instituciones de reclu-
si6n en ambos lados del istmo,
el grupo autotitulado "Los Fa-
bulosos Crepusculares" (The
Fabulous Twilighters) cerr6 su
gira actual el sAbado-, 27 de
abril, con su actuaci6n ent la
Penit6nciaria de Gamboa.
El administrator y empresa-
rio del conjunto, senior Norman
Butte, declar6 que se hallan


muy complacidos con la; acogi
da que se les ha dispensado er
todos lados y que, despu6s d<
uncor'todescanso de dos sema
nas, iniciarian una gira similar
power los: cantones del ej6rciti
nort~emericano en el Istmo
que, posiblemente, aceptaria,
contratbrs para actuar en Pa
nam&a.
Adnem*'s de Butte el -conjuntt
comprende a los, siguientes
Alfredo Shen, Elberto Peters':
Antonio Rodriguez.


La landia turistfea Las Cruces, con capaciad. para, 190 personas, apareee oem el' dBsembaroadero efn
Pedro Miguel con un grupo de jubiladibs del- Canal de Panama, antes de unea travesia parctal por ei
Canal de Panama. La lancha Las Cruces es usa da a menudo por grades' grupos de personas pa
ra sus excursiOnWs per el Canal'.


Vuelve la acci6n al boxeo afi5
eilonadb colonense el pr6ximo
"ominga, cueando la Liga Pro-
vincial de': Boxeo Aficionado d,
'ol6n, present' otro interesante
irogra-ma de ein e eombates en
la Arena de' Col6n.-
Los dtrigente'- de T. Liga de
Col6s. esperan que, la- Federa
ci6n Nacional, de- Bxeo: Aficio-
nado- adopte- la media tomada
hace poco per la Comisi6n do
Boxeo' Profesional. de PanamA
en ell seontido de que les deseam.
sos entire asaltos sean de 90
segundos en vez de 60, para
mayor protecci6n de los boxear-
dores.


Bit rograma oconfeccionado
para el domingo es el- siguiente:
Daniel Herrera vs'.
Johnny PowIlett
107 lbs. -
Gbillermo Lince vs.
VWrnal F,armun
122 lbs. -
Carles Mariano vs.
Luis Paredes
120 lbs. -
Jest Gareia vs.
Daniel: HernAndez
120, lbs. -
Victor Hoyt vs.
Juan Rafael Garcia
122 lbs. -


Eia sio- &.. TMe....!
Un apssleder ,. la e carronuw
de cabatlos contbal con, su; es-
pose. eno seileoiontr al& gMeder
del Prealfhness par pocderr pas-
gar a so eveuarfs hijo Cieando-
el apostder dejs a sw espwam
en *I hospital; le d-js:
"Aliera, mi amor, no hagas
nada hasta que sepas de mi."
* Lleg6 al hip6dromo y apost6
fuerte canttdadr a determinude-
penco. El ceaballb gsan y oel
feliz ,postader corrida HWacita o:
toel6fbno mts. cercafe.
S" t6 -querida," leI dijo muy
content. "Gan6 $4861 "delarr
tOe qurid*a, adelante!"'


Diez (?) Asaltos Peleara


Laguna Contra Fii Nava


Eli ps' plums' mexicano,
Fiti Navaa sera el! pr6ximan
rival del pugilista paname-
rro Ismael! Laguna, en uni
combat adiez asaltos y corn
peso, mnxirmo de 127 libras,
que so- celebrark en la no-
ohe del 19' de este mes en.
elf Estadio Olimpico "Juan
'Dem6sfenes Arosemena" de
la ciudad de Panama.
Laguna, que se encuen-
t'ra invitto en- 26 peleas co-
me-oprofesicnatl renuncih lha-
ce peo wIi corona national
de los pesos gatlos en- vista
de' que se' esfumaroan sus es-


peranzas do pokear- por e
tittfir' mundioU deo' la divi
si6wr, en'manes del brasitk
"~ -Ediar Jafie,%optanda, p.
'invadidr "'dfiaialmwvtef' ladti
vrisP wpibme, en. la, cuallk
-est~dir p~F-44&o durante vi


IWAva .se enfrentt6 -una ye
at' nraibU~adeMamey;M~re
cuand,doi ~se:era- campe6i
mwfuweli d peso plumej
a~n' cuentdo' Iogr* dorribat
-Ii. pertbiv'per est*rechwade
cisiift- ZE, mswicano-ser*'ui
fNerte- i'ivaI para Lagu na,


BRAULIO BAEZA tiene sola-
mente tres afios de eStar mon-
tando en los Estados Unidos y
ya tiene en su credit el haber
ganado la prueba mas import.
tante de la hipica, el Derby de
Kentucky, cuando llev6 al triun-
fo a Chateaugay el sabado pa.
sado en ael Hip6dromo de Chur-
chill Downs.-

ERA LA TERCER.A vez que
Baeza montaba en ese gran cli.
sico, habiendo finalizado en se-
gundo lugar' con Crozier en
1961" y en noveno puesto con
Admiral's Voyage en 1962.

MANUEL YCAZA el otro sen-
sacional latigo panameio, fina-
liiA en segundo lugar con Never'
Bend en ta carrera del shbado,
para registrar un "one two" deo
panpmritos en el. Derby' de
'/,ntucky.


CONRADO SARGENT, editor
deporfivo de The Pana m a
American y el m a s grande
"baezista" que existed en el
mundo, esta ahora que no cree
en nadie por el triunfo del "Chi.
no" Baeza. Y qui6n le quita
ahora su creencia de siempre
de que Baera es mejor que
Ycaza?
BILL DE LA MATER es otro
que no cable en el pellejo, des-
pues que su novena Abernathy.
Unisport conquist6 el campeo-
nato de la Liga de Softball del
Pacifico el pasado fin de se-
mana.
MIGUEL CORCO, Director
del Protocolo del Canal de-Pa-
nama, pas6 con 6xito su prueba
de fbego en el deported de la
pesca, Ya sabe cmo- tirar un.
ancla al agua, aunque no est#
amarrada.


LA NOVENA Abernathy-Unisport gan6 el campeonato de la Liga de Softball del Pacifico al
Vencer a Radio Philips en la series final en dos de los tres partidos celebrados. Radio Philips gana-
el primero por 1 a 0, pero Abernathy-Unisport gcn6 el segundo por 5 a 1 y el tercero per 5 a I
para asegurar el titulo. En la fotografia aparecen, de izquierda a dereclia, parados: el director
Bill- De La. Mater, George Tochterman, Jim Fraser, Al Carr, MacNair Lane y Wally Trout. Arro-
dillados: Bob Taht, Gary Collins, Jim Givens, Ron Bussiere y Carl Tuttle. Los cargo-bates son
Jim Norris y Maccy Lane. No aparecen Bill Sparks y Larry Jones,


Buenas Peleas



el 11 I en Col6on


Mayo 10 de 1963r


Pagina Tres


INA


5 P IfL LWAY









Mayo 10 de 1963


SP I LL WA Y


PAgin~i Cuafrv


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

Documental
D Panameo Panameoio
D Show del Mediodia
D Cine en su Casa
D Carnival do
Caotones
0 Program Especial
0 jitazo Royal
I Rodeo
0 Ciudad Desnuda
0 Un Paso al Mas
Ala
0 El Buen Pastor
0 Teleteatro

LUNES
0 Carnaval de
Cartones
i Cine Serie Semanal
1 Pap& Soltero
I Teleteatro
0 Fascinaci6n de
Miami
0 Reportajes Mundiales
0 Avances
5 Mundo de la Mujer
0 Fiesta de Estrellitas
0 Noticias
0 Superman
0 Supers6nicos
0 Ajedrez Fatal
0 Foro de Opini6n
0 Noticias
5 Teleteatro

MARTES

0 Carnaval de
Cartones
5 Cine Serie Semanal
0 Papa Soltero
0 Teleteatro
0 Fascinaci6n de
Miami
0 Reportajes Mundiales
0 Avances
5 Mundo de ,la Mujer
0 Fiesta de Estrellitas
0 Noticias
0 Superniian
0 Roy Rodgers
0 Fred Astaire
Present
0 Aventureros
0 Noticias
5 Teleteatro

MIERCOLES

0 Carnaval de
Cartones
5 Cine Serie Semanal
0 Papa Soltero
0 Avances
5 Reportajes Mundiales
0 Teleteatro
0 Carnaval de
Cartones
0 Mundo de la Mujer
5 Fiesta de Estrellitas
0 Dibujos Animados
0 Noticias
0 Buggs Bunny
0 Blanquita Amaro-
0 Surl Side 6
0 Robert Taylor
0 Nich Charles
0 Noticias
5 Teleteatro

JUEVES
30 Carnaval de
Cartones
,5 Cine Serie Semanal
0 Papa Soltero
30 Avances
5 Reportajes Mundiales
10 Teleteatro
30 Carnaval de
Cartones
10 Mundo de la Mujer
45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
O0 Popeye
10 Noticias
00 Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
10 Sala de Proyecci6n
00 Nueva Generaci6n
00 Baluliger de Chicago
)0 Peter Gunn
10 Noticias
15 Teleteatro

V.ERNES


12:01
12:45
1:31
2:00
3:31
4:01
4:31
4:45
5:31
6:30
7:01
7:30
8:00
S:01
10:01
10:15


12:0
12:4
1:3
2:0
2:1
3:0
4:3
5:0
5:4
6:0
6:3
7:0
7:3
8:0
9:0
9:3
10:0
10:1


12:0
12:4
1:3
2:0
2:1
3:0
4:3
5:o
5:4
6:0
6:3
7:0
7:b
8:0
9:0
9:3
10:1
10:1


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


Carnaval de
Cartones
Cine Serie Semanal
Papc Soltero
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesta de Estrellitas
El Cegato Mageoo
Noticias
Picapiedras
Boris Karloff
Fabrictntes de
Noticiae.
Mantovani
Noticias
Teleteatro

SABADO
Carnavol de
Cartbnes
Cine Serie Semanal
Teleteatro
Avances
Reporiajes Mundiales
Documental
Mundo de la Muier
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Program Especial
Robin
Ben Casey
Sam Benedict
Noticias
Teleteatro'


I


ii


GANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo par la Patria
10:30 Programa Especial
11:00 Sdlvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazafias del Espa-
ciO.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Iniantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jetatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrlas In.anitiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 Titeres 7 C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de
McKenzie
6:30 Ley del Rev6lver.
7:00 Noticnas
7:30 Bin 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 Iniantiles
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 Jinetes do
McKenzie.
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 Tercer Hombre
10:0 Noticias
10:15- Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diario de a pordo
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 v C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de
McKenzie.
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
6:00 C6micos y Cancio-
"nes.
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 linete de la Prodera
12:45 Nodcias
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 linetes de
McKenzie.
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
8:00 La H o r a Orange
Crush
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantlnes
12:15 Jlet lackson
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardoes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 Titeres y Comicas
6:00 uinetes de McKenzie
6:30 La Sombra del Des.
tino
7:00 Noticlas
7:30 Bqt Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 -Murallas Blancas
S:00 Prisionera (Novela)
V.:30 Los Intocables
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Nolicias
SABADO
11:30 Alegrlas tniantiles
12.'15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Momias de Guana-.
juato
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:30 Titeres v Comicas
6:00 Jinetes de
McKenzie.
6:30 Investigador .Sub.
marine
7:00 Noficias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


1`4 N A N QTI I A


SRA. CARMEN S. ENDER,
oficinista (carga) en el Dep6si-
to de Aduanas de la Divisi6n
de Terminales en Crist6bal, es
la encargada de la entrega de
los conocimientos de embarque
a los clients, para el recibo
de carga consignada a ellos.
Ella tiene 7 afios de estar pres-
tando servicio al Canal de Pa-
nama, todos en la misma sec-
ci6n. Es panamefia, pero naci6
en MilAn, Italia, y vino al lstm%
cuando tenia un ario de edad.
Es viuda y tiene 6 hijos. Hizo.
sus studios en la Academia
Santa Maria de la Ciudad de
Col6n y en la Academia de
Santa Isabel en Convent Sta-
tion, Nueva Jersey.


RAMON BRENES, oficinista (carga) de la Divisi6n de Termi.
nales de Crist6bal, tiene 16 arios de star trabajando con el Canal
de PanamA y hacienda la misma labor. Esta encargado de
reporter toda la carga que ha sido reparada en los muelles, por
haber Ilegado deteriorada, para luego cobrar las reparaciones de
acuerdo con el conocimiento de embarque. Brenes, que naci6
en David, Chiriqui, reside en Col6n y es acfualmente secretario
de la Logia Elks de Col6n. Durante la II Guerra Mundial trabaj6
con la Armada en Coco Solo por un period de 3 arios. Ostenta
un certificado y una insignia que recibi6 cuando cumpli6 10 arios i
al servicio del Canal de Panama.'


CALENHABIO DlIE EVE]

MAYO
Exhibici6n de cuadros de Bea
en la Asociaci6n Panameiio-Norteamericana,
Panama._
10- Reuni6n Anual de los Ingenieros Profesionales
de Albrook.
10 y 11-"MAs Fuerte que el Orgullo" presentada
tro en Circulo de PanamA. Sal6n Bella
PanamA-Hilton.
10 y 13-Conciertos "El Clave Bien Temperado" de
nista: Alfonso Montecino. Teatro Naciona
12- Dia de la Madre en la Z6na del Canal.
13- Cumpleafios de dofia Cecilia Orillac de Chia
13-Exhibici6n de 30 afios de Progreso en EE
Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana.
14- Aniversario de la Independencia del Paragua:
14- -Inauguraci6n de la Temporada de Conciertos
ci6n Panamefia de Concierto con el violinis
Jaime Laredo.
15-Platica sobre aspects costumbristas de lo1
sanblasihos, por la Profesora dofia Blanc
Ripoll. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamerica
15- -Fiesta de San Isidro. Labrador en Ocd, Capikr
16- Reuni6n-Cena de la Sociedad Hist6rica Istr
Casa de Hu6spedes Tivoli, a las 7 p.m. C
Eduardo Scott.
17-Programa de peliculas de la Embajada
blica Federal Alemana. Asociaci6n Pana
americana, 8 p.m.
18 Dia de las Fuerzas Armadas. Ejercicios e
Area de Albrook de once de la mahiana a
tarde.
19-Boxeo: Ismael Laguna contra Fili Nava,
Olimpico, 8:30 p.m.
20-Exposici6n de 61leos de los hermanos Jorge
Dunn. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteameri
p.m.
22-Concierto de Primavera a cargo del Grup
ex-alumnos de La Boca. Asociaci6n Pai
teamericana, 8 p.m.
25- Aniversario de la Revoluci6n de 1810, Argentin
25-Excursi6n al Canal de PanamA organizada
ciaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana para
29- -Cumpleafios del Presidente John F. Kennedy.
29-Charla ilustrada sobre reciente viaje por I
interamericana de los sefiores Ronald Ver
Thiele. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamerica
30- Dia de los Difuntos (Memorial Day) Feriado
del Canal.


ALFREDO GARCIA, oficinista (equipaie) y
asistente del encargado de los conocimientos
de embarque en el Dep6sito de Aduanas de
la Division de Terminales en Crist6bal, Ileva
ya 14 aros trabajando con el Canal 'de Pa-
nama, los 3 61timos con esta secci6n. Garcia
esti encargado de recibir y embarcar el
equipaje de todos los pasajeros que salen y
entran por los muelles de Crist6bal, euicar.
gandose tambi4n de equipajes que compalias
navieras envian para embarcar. Garcia naci6
en Panama, pero se cri6 en Col6n y actual-
rnente es candidate a la presidencia del Sindi-
cato de Prensa Radial de Col6n. Ademas es
Secretario de Relaciones P6blicas de la CA-
mara de Comercio Minorista de Col6n, secre-
tario de propaganda del Comit6 Central Civico
de Protecci6n Juvenil y Asistencia Social,
capitulo de Col6n, y Director de la revista
El Minorista.
Bajo "PEOPLE IN THE
SPOTLIGHT" aparecen en
nuestra secci6n inglesa:
^NTOS MARGUERITE MAPHIS, so-
i S U bre quien Mrs. Marjorie L.
Engel escribi6 un gracioso
bosquejo que fue presentado
trix Briceno durante banquet ofrecido por
Ave. Peru, mas de 100 personas en home-
naje al cumpleafios de la se-
s en la Base flora Maphis. Mrs. Maphis se
jubilara el 31 de los corrien-
por el Tea- tes, despu6s de mas de 19
Vista. Hotel afios de servicio con el Canal
de Panama. Hija del Dr. y
e Bach. Pia- Sra. C. F. Briscoe, naci6 en
1, 8:30 p.m. Hoopston, Illinois y vino al
Istmo en 1927 con su esposo,
ri. Sam W. Maphis, funcionario
. UU. en la de la aduana.

y. i ROBERT VAN WAGNER,
de la Asocia- Jefe de la Divisi6n de Servi-
sta boliviano cios a- Empleados, Direcci6n
del Personal, fungue ademAs,
s aborigenes como Presidente de la Junta
ca Korsi de de Seguro de, Grupo desde
ana. 1956. Durante el mes en curso
a y Taboga. tiene derecho a jubilaci6n, pe-
mefia en la ro ha solicitado continuar en
)rador: Don su trabajo por 5 meses mas.
Nacido en Chihuahua, Mexico,

de la Repfi- atendi6 escuela en El Paso,
mefo-Norte -Texas. Vino al Istmo- con su
padre cuando este inici6 ope-
en la Base raciones de la Texas Oil Co.
seis de la Casado con Lillian Cotton. Tie-
seisn una hija y un hijo, am-

Estadio bos casados.,
y Eugenio FRANK A. TOMPKINS, In-
c y Eugenio geniero Jefe abordo de remol-
icana, 5:30 cadores o balsas, (quien apa-
rece en el cuarto de mAquinas
po Coral de del "Alhajuela") tenia derecho
namefio-Nor a jubilarse en abril pasado,
despu6s de 18 afios, 3 meses de
ha. trabajar para el Canal de Pa-
por la Aso- namA, pero re-enganch6 por un
sus socios. afio mAs.
Veterano de dos Guerras
la carretera Mundiales, naufrag6 coaado
row y Karl servia durante la ultima gu-
ana, 6 p.m. rra abordo de nave mereant
en la Zona que- fue hundida frente a Ios
costas de Rusia.




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