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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 24, 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: VID00408
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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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1963


Vol. 1 No. 49


New Battle Is Mounted


Memorial Day



Services Set


Acting Governor David S.
Parker will be the principal
speaker at Memorial ,Day serv-
ices to be held Thursday, May
30, at 9:45 a.m. in Gorozal
Cemetery.
The ceremony at Corozal will
be part of a program of acti-
vities held to observe a day
set aside as a legal holiday in
the United States and the Ca-
nal Zone to day tribute to those.
who gave their lives in defense
of freedom and justice. All gov-
ernment offices in the Canal
Zone will be closed.
Other important events on the
program will be a memorial
service at 8 a.m. at the Pa-
raiso Memorial Plaque held by


the Paraiso Mutual Aid Club
and the Veterans' organiza-
tions; the placing of floral
wreaths by civic organizations
.and the decoration of veterans'
graves at Corozal Cemetery by
members of the Boy Scouts.
Memorial Day services also
will be held at sea Thursday
from a U.S. Navy vessel leav-
ing Balboa Pier -18 at 1 p.m.
In case of rain, the cere-
monies on the Pacific side will
be held in the Fort Clayton
Theater.
On the Atlantic side, t he
Memorial Day services will he
held Thursday morning'at
Mount Hope Cemetery. Details
will be announced later.


Against

Isthmian residents on the At-
lantic side to whom sandflyy"
is a dirty word and who may
think Canal Zone health author-
ities have left them to their
misery, will be delighted to
learn that another battle against
the pest has begun.
After several defeats, the ma-
jor one being failure of aerial
application of pelletized diel-
drin, the Canal Zone Sanitation
Division, in cooperation with the:
U.S. Army and Navy, have re-
grouped their forces and are
beginning an attack on another
front.
The new battlefield is a 25-
acre plot within the Navy Am-
munition Depot area opposite
the Coco Solo townsite. The am-
munition being used is just
plain water i oth sea and
fresh.
In accordance with a recom-
mendation made by Dr. Andrew
J .Rogers, Director of Control
Research of the Florida State
Board of Health, the Canal's
Sanitation Division forces have
built water control dikes and
tide gates-which impound both
rain water and ocean tidewater
in this known sandfly breeding-
site so that water will cover
the area continuously.
As a result, the mangrove
swamp muck, a natural breed-
ing site for sandflies, is inun-
dated to a depth of six inches
to two feet throughout the 25
acres.
An, inspection of the' experi-


Pesky Sandflies


J. P. Smith Jr., Assistant to the Panama Canal Health Director,
right, explains the function of one of the tide gates being used at
the flooded area near Coco Solo where sandfly control experi-.
ments are being conducted. With him are, left to right, Capt.
Herman Burkwell, U.S. Navy District Medical Officer; Colonel
Robert T. Larson, Chief of the U.S. Army Research and Develop-
nent Office at Fort Clayton; and T.J. Sanka, Chief Hospital Corps-
man at the 15th Naval District.
mental area was made thii tion. experts from the Canal and
week by John P. Smith, Jr., As- the Armed Forces.
sistant to the Health Director, J. L. Hawkins, entomologist
and James P. MacLaren, Chief with the Canal Health Bureau
of the Division of Sanitation, (Hic "Sandflies" Page 2)
and a number of other sanita-


Col.


Kamish


New


Health,


Colonel Robert J. Kamish, Services at Gorgas Hospital Director of the Canal Zone
who has been Chief of Surgical since April 1962, is the new Health Bureau, succeeding Col.
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FAREWELL Health Bureau officials posed with Col. Erling S. Fugelso at a farewell party in his
)honor prior to his departure Wednesday, are, in back row, from left, A. B. Carr, Jr., Administra-
tive Assistant; Lt. Col. Milton Cohen, Assistant to Director; Dr. Sidney B. Clark, Chief of the Divi-
sion of Preventive Medicine and Quarantine; and James P. MacLaren, Chief of the Division of Sani-
tation; in front row, from left, Dr. Robert G. Ma theney, Chief of the Division of Veterinary Medi-
cine; Miss Doris Kintigh, Vital Statistics clerk; Mrs. Chirley O'Connor, Secretary to Col. Cohen;
Mrs. Ellen M. Robertson, clerical assistant to Dr. Clark; Col. Fugelso; and John P. Smith, Jr., As-
sistant to Director.


Bureau
Erling S. Fugelso who left the
Isthmus Wednesday for his new
assignment. Colonel Fugelso
will be commanding officer at
Womack Hospital, Fort Bragg,.
North Carolina.
Colonel Kamish came to the
Canal Zone from California,
where he was Chief of Profes-
sional Services and Executive
Officer of Letterman General
Hospital, Presidio, San Fran-
cisco.
He was born in New Prague,
Minnesota, and is a graduate
of the University of Minnesota.
where he received his Doctor of
Medicine degree in 1937,
He is a veteran of World War
II, with combat experience in
the Pacific. He was in four
major operations, in the battles
of Attu, Kwajalein, Leyte. and
Okinawa.
Personal decorations awarded
Colonel Kamish inc 1 ude the
Silver Star, Legion of Merit,
and Bronze Star, and he is par-
ticularly proud of the Presi-
dential Citation awarded the
medical battalion which he com-
manded..
Colonel Kamish had his re-
sident training in general sur-
gery at Brooke General Hospi-
tal. Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
He was chief, Department of
Surgery, 98th General Hospital,
Germany, 1955-1956; was chief
surgical consultant to Surgeon,
European Theater, 1956 1958,
and is now on the Army sur-
geon general's consultant list.
Before his assignment to Let-


Director
terman General Hospital, he
was Commanding Officer, U.S.
Army Hospital, Fort Campbell,
Kentucky.
* Colonel Kamish is a Diplo-
mate of the American Board of
General Surgery, is a Fellow of
the American College of Sur-
geons,- a member of the 'Amer-
ican Medical Association, and
of the Association of Military
Surgeons of the United States.
SColonel and Mrs. Kamish
have two children, a son, Pa-
trick R., a student at the Univ-
ersity of Tennessee in Knox-
ville, who will be married June
8, and a daughter. Katherine
A., a member of the freshman
class at Balboa High School.


COLONEL KAMISH


AY










Page Two SPILL WAY May 24, 1963


THE PANAMA CANAL
REVIEW will be distributed
to all employees of the Pan-
ama Canal without charge,
beginning with next month's
issue, which is to be printed
under date of June 7.
The free distribution to all
employees means t h at the
REVIEW no longer will' be
offered for sale in Canal retail
stores and service -centers.
Subscription rates for ,non-
Canal employees who wish to
receive it will continue at $1
per year, the present rate.
Both English and Soanish


copies of the REVIEW will be
distributed to the various units
of the Canal organization in
sufficient numbers to make
one copy- available to each
employee of the unit. The
distribution to be made of the
June 7 issue will be based on
a: "guesstimate" of the num-
ber each unit. needs in each
language and will be adjusted
for later issues on the basis-
of experience, as reported, by
the units involved to the Pan-
ama Canal Information Of-
fice.


Morris Seeley Heads
Mori


Historical
Morris M. Seeley of Gamboa,
who came to the Isthmus in
1907 as a male nurse in the

Gem Society

To Hear Talk

0n CZ Museum
Mrs. Alice Turner, museum
specialist of the Canal, Zone
Museum, will speak before the
Canal Zone Gem and;' Miaeral
Society on Friday evenping, May
24, at the society's clubhouse in
Balboa. She will' discuss the
aims, purposes and plans of the
Canal: Zone Museum.
William C. Merwin will 'give
a sort talk on the emerald,
birthstone ifor May.
Guy Thomas, acting presi-
dent, will preside. '
Members are encouraged to
bring guests to the meeting&
which is scheduled to start at
7:30 pim,. Befreshments will be
served at the meeting's close.


Society
Surgical Ward of Colon Hospi-
tal, is the new President of the
Isthmian Historical Society.
He has been active in the
Isthmian Historical S society y
since it was organized and has
appeared many times on panels
dealing with the building of the
Panama Canal.
In his acceptance speech, on
taking office, he said that
"most everyone knows me since
1 ve been around a long time."
In 191S8 he joined the Sanitary
Inspection Division of- the Pan,
ama Canal, and later was with
the Public Health Office.
Mr. Seeley was honored by
the Nurses Association of Pan-
ama last, week when he was
presented the Medal of Merit.
EOther officers of the Isthmian
Historical Society for the
current year are: Donpald Mus-
selman, Vice President; Miss
Carmen. Smith, 'Secretary; Miss
Theima Gedwin, Treasurer;
and Mrs. Grace Sander, Arehi,
visit.
The next meeting of the Socie-
ty will be held in September.


great That Burn


With Cold Water


When you or one of the chil-
dren burn a hafd or finger do
you reach for the butter or
some special ointment from the
medicine cabinet?
Granted that y:)u may have
learned this practice at your
grandmother's knee and "have
always done that," there's a
strong feeling in some medical
,circles these days that a greasy
ointment is not the best treat-
ment for a burn.
In fact, your natural instinct

Wit -
Theater Guild

Sets Tryouts

For Musical
The Canal Zane Theatre
*uild announces tryouts for its
glext production, Rodgers and
hIammerstein's South Pacific,
based on the pulitzer prnze-win-
ning novel by James Mikhener
Tales of the South Pacific.
Tryouts will be held May 28
thru 31 at the Aoaen Playhouse
at 7':30 p.m.
A Pulitzer- prize winning mu,-
sical South Pacific was original-
ly produced on Broadway 14!
years ago. Since then the musie
and characters have become
legend in their own time.
There are approximately 34
parts of' which 30 are singing
Poles. People of all ages are
invited to try out for these
many parts, as the roles are as
varied as' the characters and
age gnoup themselves.
South Pacific will; be the first
Broadway musical. presented by
, be Theatre "uild The- selec-
nn of a musical as, is next
oduetion is in ,tine' with the
llomes- and' objetives of the
IlJd to bring to the theatre
dlence a. variety in lirstelass
entertainment. ,


to put the burned spot against
something cold or in cold
water may be the best emer-
gency treatment possible.
Dr. Alex G Shulman of Los
Angeles, writing in a recent is
sue of Industrial Supervisor
magazine, says his experience
in treatment of many burns
indicates that the most desir-
able treatment is immersion of
the burn in a basin of "com,
lortably cold", waler.
Dr. Shulman says his -ex-
perience has been that .mmer-
sion in ,'old water should be
done as soon as possible after
the burn is suffered. The quick-
er the treatment, the better the
results, he says.
"Placing a sensitive burn
under a cold tap or shower is
not advised," he notes, "since
the painful pressure.. of the
stream of water may offset the
relief obtained."
How long should you leave
the burn immersed? Dr. Shul-
man says the treatment "may
last from 30 minutes to several
days, continuously or intermit-
tently, depending on the depth
of the burn and the degree of
pain caused by it and the
amount of swelling present."
Basically, he says, simple
burns should be immersed until
there is no return of pain when
it is removed from the water,
"Once the burned part can bt
kept out of the water with
no return of pain, many burns
will require no further treat-
ment," Dr. Shulman -says.
One cautionary note: "Severe
burns w^H, of course, need the
highly skilled services of a
Steam of doctors in a general
hospital, Dr. Shulman says,
and reeommends, if the sur-
faces of the burn are raw, that
"a single layer of vaseline
gauae covered with a light dry
dressing can be applied" after
the immersion.


Madden Sluice Gates Opened


The six sluice gates at Mad-
den Dam were opened simul-
taneously this week for the first
time since 1938.
The measure, usually reserv-
ed for emergency flood control,
was used in order to keep the
level of the lake from rising to
a point where it would be dang-
erous for Maintenance Division
employees to continue t h e i r
work of welding two-foot high
extensions onto the 100-foot long
drum gates.
The extensions to the drum
gates are reinforced metal sec-
tions designed to add two extra
feet to the peak storage level
of -Madden Lake.
Because of heavy rains in the
Madden Lake basin, water in
the lake had risen to four feet
below the top of the big drum
gates, where the men are work-
ing.
With the six sluice gates open,
plus two needle valves and the
normal outflow for power gen-
eration, water was spilled from
Madden Lake at the rate of ap-
proximately 25,000 cubic feet a
second. In slightly more than
four hours, the lake was lower-
ed from 228.28 feet to 227.25
feet.
The peak level of the lake,


WATER SPOUTS from the two needle valve outlets at Madden
Dam, while, at the-far left, white water boils up from the first
two of the six sluice gates which were opened at the dam this
week.


when the drum gates are up,
has been 250 feet. With addition
of the extensions, which are


expected to be in place in about
two weeks; the maximum level
will be 252 feet.


If You Drink And Drive,


Better Check These Rules


In spite of the many warn-
ings you've read and heard,
do you still drink and drive?
If ,in spite of your better
judgment, you persist in mix-
ing alcohol and gasoline, you
might do well to remember
the following rule of tumb:
If you weigh 120 pounds or,
less, you should drive with
care after having two bottles
of beer or two ounces of liq-
uor in an hour or less. If you
weigh between 120 and 180
pounds, the- same caution
should be applied after three
bottles of beer or three ounces
of liquor in an hour or less.


And for heavyweights above
the 180 mark, you should be
careful after four bottles of
beer or four ounces of liquor
in an hour or less.
This warning is indicated by
a handy-dandy, do-it-yourself
"blood-alcohol chart" passed
on to us by Police Chief E.
S. Shipley.
The chart also indicates
you'd better not drive at all
if you weigh 140 pounds or
less and have had five bottles
of beer or five ounces of liq-
uor in two hours or less. The.
same prohibition apphes to
those weighing 160 to 200


pounds, if they've had seven
bottles of beer or seven
ounces of liquor in two hours
or less, and for those ever
200 pounds if hley've had
eight bottles of beer or eight
ounces of liquor 5n two hours
or less.
But is all this really neces-
sary? You know that mixing-
gasoline and alcohol is dan-
gerous at best, not only to
yourself but to others as well.
So why don't you just leave
that heap parked and take a
cab when- you've been drink-
ing? Then there'll be no dam-
age, no fines, no trouble.


Balboa Union Church Names


Vacation Church School Staff


The Balboa Union Church an-
nounces the following actionn
church school staff for its an-
nual' vacation church school
which will be hetd from June
10 through June.21 this year.
Mrs. Wesley Townsend will
be the director, and she will
be assisted in recruiting and
" counseling by Mrs. David Wel-
ker, Mrs. E. G. Bissett. Mrs.
Henry Warren and Mrs. Dun-
can Laird, Jr. "
Miss Lisa Phelan wilt be in
charge of the Crib Department.
The Nursery Department will
be handled by Mrs. Robert
Gilman, Superintendent, who
will be assisted oy the follow-
ing high school students: Miss
Beverley Brown, Miss Marjory
Sener, and Miss Diane Gilman.
Mrs. W. C. Willoughby and
Mrs. Larry Horipe wili serve
as co-superintendents of the
Kindergarten. Department. Mrs.
C. T. Earnest and Mrs. Charles
Norris are the counseling teach.
ers, with Mrs. Thelma Chan
and Mrs. John Arnold teach-
ers. Teenagers assisting in this
department will be Miss Me-
linda Mallahan, Miss Cheryl
Cheaney, and MiSs Ann Gilley.
Mrs. William Burns will
serve as superintendent of the
Primary Department with Mrs.
J. L. Philips and Miss Beverly
Philips, teachers. Teenagers as-
sisting in this department wiUl
be Miss Roberta Paterson, Miss
Jane Wilson, and Miss Joan
Schaefer.
Mrs. James Harned will be
superintendent of the Middlers
Department, with Mrs. Harold
Million, Mrs. Stewart Reed and
Mrs. Ralph Julian, 'teachers.


Miss Donna Cheaney and Miss
Linda Auble will assist in this
department.
Mrs. John Hammond will
serve as superintendent of the
Junior Department with Mrs.
E. T. Peterson and Mrs. Roy
Stockham, teachers. Miss Kaye
Sargeant will be the teenage
assistant.
Mrs. Ray Botghner will be
superintendent of the' Junior
High Department with Mrs.
Robert F. Hutton and Mrs.
Judi Schaefer, will be the
teenage assistants.
Refreshments will be handled
by Mrs. Robert Donley, with
Mrs. William Mitchell, Mrs.
G. O'Donnell, and Mrs. Robert
Cheaney assisting.
Mrs. Samuel Crowder will
be chairman of the recreation
program with Mrs. Bremer


Jorstad and Mrs. Jack Stoner
her assistants. Don Blackman
and Kenneth Philips witl serve
as teenage assistants in this
program.
Property manager is Mrs. N.
H. Neville with Mrs. William
S. Gardner, Jr. assisting. Sup-
ply chairman is Mrs. James
Dalton.
Miss Shirley Hazelton Mrs,
Moises Dela Pena, Mrs. Jack-
Stoner, Mrs William MitcheB,
Mrs. G. O.'Dennell, and Mrs.
Larry Horine will serve on the
transportation committee.
Mrs. Jean Karch wih be in.
charge of arts and crafts. Mrs.
Fred Brawn, assisted by Miss
Lyndall Tayler will handle pu-
blicity.
An open house for all parents
and friends will be held on
Friday, June 21.


SANDFLIES


the pesky sandfly, pointed out
that Sanitation Division forces
"have just begun to fight."
Since the complicated system
of dykes, tide gates, spillways,
and other water control struc-
tures were completed during
the past dry season, scientific
research observations w e r e
started on the effect of flood-
ing the sandfly breeding area.
These include soil samples to
determine the amount of breed-
ing, emergence cages to trap
the pests, a study of the types
and number of insects, tests.
on the salinity of the impound-
ed water, and a close watch to
make sure the area does not
become a possible mosquito


breeding ground.
Health authorities have hopes
that this method of eliminating
the sandfly may be effeetive.
They warn the itching, scratch-
ing victims of the pest. how-
ever, that the present experi-
ment will take more than a
year to complete.
If this method does not prove
feasible. another type of sand-
fly breeding control may be
instituted. This method would
be the reverse of the present
one and would involve with-
holding water from the area
during the dry season. The re-
sults of the studies will detem-
mine future reeonmaendatea
for control.


REVIEW to be FREE


Page Tmo


May 24, 1963


S-P I L LW A Y








May 24, 1963- SPILIWAY Pa~ Three


Canal


Zone


-All


Stars"
Two Balboa High School stu-
dents, and three students of
Canal Zone College, make up
the All-Star basketball team
selected by. the coaches of Bal-
boa, High School, Cristobal High
School, and Canal Zone COlege.
The, 1963 AUStar basketball
team members-are:
William. Engelke, Canal Zone
CIllege; John Cronan, Canal
Z o n e College; 'Tom Murphy,
Balboa High School; Joe Cof-
fin, Canal Zone College:; and
Tom Perantie, Balboa High-
Sehool. *
'The coaches who formed the
S ....


TOM MURPHY
Balboa High School .


4,000 Participate In


Summer Program


Canal Zone CoelegIe


selection board were.
Stewart ZBrown, Balboa High

School; Morris Finklestein, Ca-
nal Zone College: and Paid


JOE COFFIN
Canal Zone College


TOM PERANTIE
BaIalboa High School

Mosier, Cristoal Migh .School.
Members of the intershlfastic

All-Star team are selected each
.year at the close of the season.


Canal Zone Calege


Basketball Season Ends



With CZ College
Wit C.. oleg On., p


The Gibraltar Life Insurance
Athletic Club pounded the Bal-
'tea High School Bulldogs 72 to
42 to win the Canal Zone Col-
lege invitational tournament.
The Canal Zone College took
first place in the school league,
While Balboa High School came
in second with an overall -rec-
ord of 14 wins and 6 losses.
In the Canal Zone College.
cage tourney, Charlie McAr-
thur's, Gibraltar Life Insurance
Athletic Club, behind Ramon
"Most valuable player" Reyes'


16 points, completely shattered
the Bulldog Blitzkrieg from Bal-
boa *with a devastating attack,
pounding out the 72, to 42 vic-
tory over the hapless Bulldogs.
From the opening tip-off, the
black-clad A.C. quintet opened
up a lead that the Bulldogs were
unable to catch. Applying a
crushiAg fast'break with Gayer,
Wood, and Mead down court,
the insurancemen took off to a
19 to 7 lead at the end of the
first period. Gibraltar continued
its march over Balboa as Roy
Culbreth popped in 11 points in


the first half, leading A'C to 'a
33 to 15 advantage at intermlis-
sion.
Number two man for -Gi-
braltar was Roy COlbreth with
14 while Tom Murphy, a suwe
bet for All-Zone this year, led
Balboa with 11 markers. Mike
LeBrun *hit 10' for Balboa as
their second high scorer.
A number of players were
considered for the Most Valua-
ble Player Award, but Ramon
Reyes, on the basis of his steady
scoring and superb rebounding,
was the judges' final choice.


Nearly, 4,000 pupils of Canal
Zone Latin American schools
participated in the summer re-
creation activities school pro-
grams in the Latin American
communities of Paraiso, Santa
Cruz and Rainbow City.
The most popular activity,
judging from the number of
student participants, was swim-
ming. A total of 1,150 swimmers,
took part. with 525 in the swim-
ming program in Paraiso, 375
in Rainbow City, and 250 in
Santa Cruz.
Basketball attracted 266 play-
ers in Paraiso, 183 at Rainbow
Cityr\and 36 in Santa Cruz.
A total of 233 students par
ticipated in baseball, and the
same number turned out for
volleyball in Paraiso. The Rain-
bow City baseball players num-
bered 135 and the volleyball
players, 123. In Santa Cruz 50
participated in baseball and 8
in volleyball. /
Gymnastics (tumbling) had
17.0 student, participants in Pa-
raiso, and 91 in Rainbow City.
Rainbow City alone had 52
pupils in archery classes; 44
participating in badminton; 30
in folklore dance classes; and


Judo Tourney



At Balboa YM
A judo tournament among
members of the Canal Zone Jun-
'.ior Judo Club will be held at
the Balboa YMCA Gymnasium
at 2:30 p.m., Saturday. Points
,will be awarded- to determine
-,winners of trophies in the 140,
160 and 180 pound weight-clas-
ses, as well as for selection of
an "over all champion."
The tournament portion of the
event will be restricted to male
members of the Junior, Judo
Club, but, girls who are mem-
hers of the club will present an
exhibition of judo techniques.
Referees for the tournament'
will be members of, the Canal`
Zone Judo, Club, including Sgt.
Engelke of the Canal Zone Po-
lice Division; Bruce Perry of
the Canal Zone Postal Division;
and William O'Sullivan, the Ca-
nal's official translator.
OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
May 13-20. 1963
Miraflores Locks ...... 1022
Gatun Locks .......... 127
Las Cruces, 3 trips ..... 269
Passenger Ships, 2 .... 1381
GRAND TOTAL 279


Canal Oldtimer Recalls Sub Res


:EbITOR'S NOTE: The following article from the St. Petersburg,
'Fla., Times reports an interview with S. J. (Shep) Shreves, Pan-
ama Canal retiree, who was one of the few deep water divers
*employed by the Canal before World War Il. A native of York
.County, Va,, he came to the Canal Zone in 1914 as an employee
df the former ,Mechanical Division in Cristobal and later held a
,doublebarreled job of shipwright foreman and dokkmaster in Cris-
tobal, and occasionally served on a diving job. He retired following
the end of World War II.
By DICK BOTI4WELL
St. Petersbury Times


When the shocking news of-the
loss, of the atomic submarine
Thresher with 129 men aboard
broke last week, a chunky, rud-
dy-faced old-timer who lives at
2509 11th St. N. was parbicular-
ly' concerned.
"Why," he' asks, "why did
they go in such deep water tq
-test dive when it was twice as
deep as they needed?"'
S. J. (Shep) Shreves, 78,
takes great interest int subma-
rines. As though it were yeter-
day, he recalls a dramatic day
and night 40 years ago in which
bte was instrumental .in saving
the lives of two ,men trapped
aboard the -Navy sub t0-5 an
Cristobal Harbor. Panama Ca-


nal Zone;
'On Oct. 28. 1923, a United
Fruit ship slammed into the
c I u m s y, bulky submarine,
knocking a jagged 6x6-foot hole
in -the engine room.
"There 'were 38' crewmen or
so aboard," recalls Shreves.
"Most of 'them jumped over-
board and-were saved. But two
men were trapped Lawrence
Brown and Henry Breault. One
was asleep below, after being
on watch the night before. The
other rushed down to get him
out 'but didn't have time."
The sub sank quickly in some
60 feet of water.
Shreves, a civilian employee of
the Canal Zone who was dock-


nraster and had trained as. a
.shipbuilder ,and diver at his
Newport News, Va., ho m e,
quickly heard of the accident
and volunteered his services.
"I spotted the location by the
bubbles when they released the
foul air," he says. "I went
down and into the engine room
through the hole. There, was a
dead sailor with his hand .still
on the contrqls... another one
drowned. But I rapped' on the
hull and the men rapped back;
they were entombed in the tor-
pedo compartment near the
bow."
With a small, inadequate
light,- Shreves carefully made
his way out of the pitch-black
engine room and called for
equipment to raise the sub.
Thus began a race against
time in which the barrel-chest-
ed diver. 38 at the time, estab-
lished a world record for ,con-
tinuous hours under water. The
work was slow and arduous. "
"The 0-5 hull lay in several
feet of mud and silt'" the ex-
diver says, "I tunneled under-
neath her with a high pressure


water hose. Then I worked a
, copper -tube under, with a line
attached, a cable on the line
and finally a big 4-inch cable
on that." -
Alone, Shreves- worked tire-
lessky in the gloom, forcing his
way through the clinging mud,
warping the heavy cables
around the sub fore and aft.
When he occasionally sur-
faced to report to the rescue-
force above, Navy doctors'
would examine his heart but
he showed no signs of strain.
"He remained in his diving
suit," a later report said, "from
11 p.m. on Sunday until Monday
noon, and worked like a Trojan
in placing cables and shackles
with which to lift the 0-5..."
Finally, the diver blew air
into the hull so that the 300-ton
floating crane Ajax, a b o v e,
could hoist the sub. It came
dripping from the water at
noon, and the two imprisoned
men stumbled out, one fainting
from the change of air. Both
were in good health.
It was an emotion-Charged
,moment.


75 in track and field activities.
Softball had 82 participants in
Paraise, 45 in Santa Cruz, and
102 in Rainbow City.
Table tennis was played 'by .80
in Paraiso, 62 in Rainbow City,
and, 3f4 in Santa Cruz. Twelve
pupils turned out for tennis in
Paraiseo and 15 in Santa -Cruz.
The sumnaer recreation ins-
trumental .music classes at Pa-
raiso brought out 68 young mu-
sicians ,while in Rainbow City
40 youngsters attended the sum-
mer music classes.


ROTC Units

=Schedule

Award Balls

'The Balboa and Cristobal
Reserve Officers Training Corps
will Close out the 1962 1963
school yea r program with
formal Annual Awards Balls on
both sides of the Isthmus this
weekend.
Cadet Lt. Col. John Nelson,
1st Battalion Commander, has
announced that the Balboa High
School ROTC Awards Ball will
;be held this evening at the Fort
Amader Officers Club. The ball
will begin at 7:30 p.m.. with
music furnished by Mario Fa-
'brega. Approximately 450 ca-
dets and parents will attend.
Cadet' Lt. Col. Douglas Al-
berga, 2nd Battalion Comman-
der, announced that the Cristo-
hbal High School ROTC Awards
Ball ill be held Saturday at
the Fort ,Davis NCO Club' beg;
inning. at 7:80 p.m.
Awards to be presented at
the Awards Balls are: Gover-
nors' Cup and Medals, Amer-
eian Legion Medal, Veterans of
Foreign Wars Meda:l,
USARCARJB Medal, 15th Naval
District Medal, Caribbean Air
Command Medal, Reserve Of-
ficers Association C u p and
Medals, Canal Zone Police As-
sociation Medal. Balboa Gun
Club Medals, Annual Qualifica-
-tion Trophy, Knights of Co-
lumbus Rifle Team Trophy,
BPOE Saber, Outstanding M-
II Cadet Medal, Outstanding
M-I Cadet Medal, Outstanding
Marksmanship Medals, and the
DA Superior Cadet Ribbon.
The& Fourth Battalion 10th
Infantry Trophy will be present-
ed at the Cristobal Awards
Ball only, while the Capt. Ken-
dall B. McClure Plaque and
-letter and the Maj. Thomas E.
Bruskotter Trophy will be pres-
ented only at the Balboa
Awards Ball.



cue Job
"I was a big hero for a little
while," smiles Shreves. "The
boys carried me around on their
shoulders. Everybody rushed
down to the -Strangers Club in
Colon for a big celebration; .I
went 'to sleep at the party and
didn't wake up until the next
day. As 'far as I know, it was
the only time a submarine was
ever raised in time to save the
lives of men within."
Jay J. Morrow, governor of
.the Panama Canal Zone, pre-
sented him with a Life Saving
Medal, inscribed: "In Testimo-
ny of Heroic Deeds In Saving
Life From The Perils Of The
Sea." .Something' that meant as
much was an inscribed gold
watch from the 800 men of the
Coco :Solo sub base, presented
by the two sailors -he had
saved.
With more than 1,000 dives
behind him, Shreves retired
Dec. 31, 1945, after 32 years
of Panama Canal 'Zone service
and with his wife. .came -to St.
Petersburg to join a colony of
some 500 former Canal Zone
employes.


Page Three


S P I L L W A Y


May T4, 1963-







SPILL WAY


May 24, 1963


PEOPllel INI THE !S? OT0LIGHT


HALF CENTURY MEMBERS ATTEND MACH INSISTS' ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: The
75th anniversary of the International Association of Machinists, AFL- CIO, and the 50th anniversa-
ry of Canal. Zone Locals this month-brought together three members who-,had Construction Day
service in the Canal Zone.
Dean of the group is William Humburg (seated, above), who has been a member of the mach-
inists' organization for 65 years. He came to the Panama Canal organization in Construction Days,
and when the Canal was finished went to New York to work. His was one of.the last discharge
papers signed by Colonel.Goethals. Every year, when winter comes-to the United States, he returns
to the Isthmus of \Panama and, in the past 10 years, has made three trips around the world. After
attending the Canal Zone anniversary observance of the International Association of Machinists, he
went to Washington, D. C., to attend the national anniversary banquet.
Joseph Hannigan (second from left), who retired from the Gatun Locks, received his 50-year
IAM pin last year. George J. Wickens (second from. right) also a retired Panama Canal Locks
employee,_ is the third 50-year member of IAM. All hold gold, life membership cards in the In-
ternational Association of Machinists.
At left is Robert M. Merrill, President of Local 811, Balboa who works for the Panama Canal
Locks Division. At right is Robert Thompson, Pr resident of Local 699 of Cristobal, who is employed
as a machinist with the Dredging Division.


MRS. MARJORIE L. ENGEL deals with per-
sonnel files all day at the Ancon office of the
Personnel 'Bureau... Out of the office she is
known as an inspired cook, who can furnish a
recipe from many a country. And somewhere
in between, she finds time to dash off poetry
and work on a novel.
She was born on the Post at Fort Des Moines,
Iowa, but the tropics have been home nearly all
her life. Her father, George Hamilton Mee; was
stationed with the United States Army in Cuba
and the family lived there 'until 1908, when .they
came to the Canal Zone. Mrs. Engel's 'father
was one of the first Construction Day firemen
in Paraiso. In 1914, with the outbreak of World
War I, he went to England, joined the British
forces and received a lieutenant's commission.-
He was killed the same year in the Battle of
the Dardenelles and Mrs. Mee returned to the
United States with Marjorie.
In 1918 they came back to the Canal Zone to
reside. Marjorie attended grade schools in An-.
con and Cristobal, and Balboa High School. .
Her 'first position with the Panama Canal or-
ganizatiori\was with the Comrpiisary Division in
August 1940. In 1942 she returned to the States
with her husband, but in 1948 was back in the
Canal Zone and resumed work with the Pan-
ama Canal in March 1951. At that time Mrs.
Engel was with the old Central Labor Office.
She moved with the office to Ancon.
She has a son and two daughters, Howard, in
Tampa, Dorothy in Green Belt, Maryland, and
Marjorie in Memphis. Tennesee.
Mr. and Mrs. Engel plan to visit the United


States this year and, in addition to visiting the
children, they plan to spend some time with 11
family on Long Island.


Gente en la Noticia on opposite page


GEORGE A. SPRINGER,
guard at the Customs ware-
house of the Terminals Divi.
sion, Cristobal, has been work-
ing for ihe Panama Canal 16
years. His work consists of tak-
ing care of cargo and the
workers, in order to avert pos-
sible accident to either.
Previously he haG worked at
PAD, Albrook Field; in the
Municipal Engineering, Divi-
sion, Ancon- Housing Office. "
Cristobal; aind in the Mechan-
ical Division, Pedro Miseel. He
has been with tne Terminals
Division the past 6 years. ,
He -was born in Panama and
lives in Colon. He is a widower
and has ',a son 3 years old.
In .1930 he had been a profes-
sional boxer under. the name of
Young, Yellow and has appear-
ed in bantamweight and feath-
erweight bouts, he now is a
boxing referee.
ARTURO M. FAREAUX, car-
go checker at Section "B" of
the Customs Warehouse in the


Terminals Division, Cristobal,
began work with the Panama
Canal in J957. He checks cargo
that arrives from the exterior
destined for the Colon Free


Extra Launches

Taboga Run
'The launch' service to Ta-
boga island will be expand-
ed to fiv4 roundtrips each
day on Memorial Day, May
30, the Panama Tourist Ins.
titute has announced.
The Memorial Oay sched-
ule, which is the same as
on, Saturdays and Sundays,
calls ifor laun-ches to leave
Balboa at 8 a.m., 11 a.m.,
2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8. p.m.
and return from Tabo4ga at'
9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 3:30
p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.
m.
The same 'schedule will be
in effect on the weekend.


Zone, Panama City ind Colon.
Fareaux, who was born in
.Panama City, resides in Colon.
He is 'married, has 5 children
and his wife is expecting an-
other child next June.
Fareaux was a bantamweight
professional boxer uncer the
name of Baby Alfaro from 1942
to 1944. He won four fights, lost
2 and 4'were a diaw. He now
is a professional boxing referee
and as such participated in
the Central Americ'a and Carib-
bean area sports contest in
August 1962 in Kingston, Ja-
maica.

School Dance Set
The"- Balboa High School
Junior and Senior Class dance,
sponsored by the B.P.O. Elks
Lodge 1414 will be held at the
Elk Home on La Boca Road
Saturday, May 25-.
The Waywards will play for
dancing' from 8 p.m. to mid-
night.
'Bob Boring will be featured
as vocalist.


Dr. Moody


Elected


AAUP Head

The 'achievements and ac-
.complishments of a little more
than one year and the election
of officers for 1963-64 were the
chief items of business at the
annual spring luncheon of the
American Association of' Uni-
versity Professors on Tuesday.
On March 1, 1962 the charter
was formally presented to the
local group, the Panama Canal,
Chapter, of the national ethical.
and professional organization
for faculty members 'in the field
of higher 'education by the
'Lieutenant Governor of the Ca-
nal Zone.
Dr. Dorothy. Moody, Dean of
Girls and Head of the Depart-
ment of English, Speech, and
Drama at the Canal Zone Col-
lege, was elected President of
the local chapter. Dr. James
Johnson, Spanish and French,
will serve as Vice-President,
and Miss Margaret Whitman,
English, will be the new Sec-
retary-Treasurer. The officers
were installed by ex-President
Subert Turbyfill in a brief cere-
mony at the conclusion of the
luncheon.
A few members of the local
college faculty have been re-
gistered 'as members of the na-
ti6nal organization for many
years. When the local chapter
was established, the first one
south of the Rio Grande, Subert
Turbyfill was elected President,
Charles R. Bowen Vice-Pres-
ident, and Miss Margaret Gate-
ly Secretary-Treasurer. These
officers have served the chapter
since the formal installation.
The local chapter of AAUP
achieved a most unusual dis-
tinction when it reported a 100
per cent membership to the
Washington, D.C. national office
for this first year of official
operation. Only a few colleges
can point to even a majority
of faculty members as having
been accepted, registered, and
approved by the American As-
sociation of University Profes-
sors.



Coming



Events

MAY
May 24 Balboa ROTC Annual
Awards Ball will be held at
the Fort Amador Officers'
Open Mess. 7:30 p.m.
May 25 Cristonal ROTC An-
nual Awards Ball on the At-
lantic side will be held at the
Fort Davis NCO Club, 7:30
p.m.
May 29 The Sala Teatro 44
will open its theatrical season
with a play in Spanish en-
titled, "Cosas de Pap'a y Ma-
ma," at 8:30 pin. This thea-
ter is located at 44th Street
No. 14, Bella Vista.

29 -Birthday of President
John F. Kennedy.
29-30 -Two performances at
the Presidente Theater
k the Rio Theater of the
Ballet de tergA-. Golo-
vine. One of the leading
primer ballerinas of the
wrld, Nyna Vyroubova,
will perform This ballet
is sponsored by ithe Na-
tional Department of Cul-
ture.
May 30 Memorial Day serv-
ices at the Coro.zal Cemetery
at 9:45 a.m. Similar services
on Atlantic Side.
May 31 1 The Inter Ameri-
can Scout Council will meet
in. Panama City.
June 7 8 The "Folklore Bal-
let" of the National Institute
of Arts of Mexico will per-
form at the Rio Theater. This
ballet received the first prize
at the International Festival
in Palis and consists of 100
dancers.
June 16 Father's Day in the
Canal Zone.


N CFN-TV


I SCHEDULE


SUNDAY
Parade oi Sports
This Is The Life
Exploring
Concert Hall
Championship Bridge
CFN News
Cacred Heart
The Great Challenge
Danny Thomas
Ed Sullivan
Weekend News Re-
view
Price is Right
Merv Griffiin
Alumni Fun
Christophers
Final Edition
Enc: Jack Paor

MONDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Expedition Colorado
Sports Time
4 Star Edition
Zone Grey Theate.i
Bienvenido
Air Power
Dick Van Dyke
Combat
CFN News
Movietime "Fun
on A Weekend"
Stump The Stars
Final Edition
Enc: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
Bilboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
Tenn. Ernie Ford
4 Star Edition
True Adventure
Services In Action
Andy Griffith
Garry Moore Show
CFN News
"Lured"
Archair Theater -
A.F. News Review
Final Edition
Enc: Combat

WEDNESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Shari Lewis Show
Science In Action
4 Star Edition
Report
Around an8 About
Newsreel
Steve Canyon
Perry Como Show
CFN News
Tonight
Fight of the Week
Final Edition
Enc: Garry Moore
Show.


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 -
"Love On The Dole"
10:00 Password
10:30 Willy
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Magic Midway
5:30 Harvest
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 College Bowl
7:30 I'm Dickens He'"
Fenster
s:00 Young- Peoples
Concert
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Candid Camera
S:30 I've Got A Secret
10:00 Jack Paar Show
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Friday Night Thea-
ter "Stormy Wa-
ters"
SATURDAY
1:00 Cartoon Carnival
2:00 Capt. Kangaroo
2:45 Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00 Saturday Matinee -
"Fun On A Week-
end"
5:30 Ted Mack
8:00 CFN News
6:20 Billboard
6:30 Big Picture
7:00 Joey Bishop
7:30 To Tell The Truth
8:00 Lawrence Welk
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Circle Theater
10:00 Wrestling
10:30 Here's Edie
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Tonight


Page Four






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VIERNES 24 de MAYO de 1963


Vol. 1 No. 4Y


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el program
conmemo
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raiso cel


servicios del dia de
bernador Interino. Da- Ayuda Mutua de Paraiso y las
Parker, serA el orador ,organizaciones de Veteranos;
durante los servicios colocaci6n de coronas, de flores
levarAn a cabo el jue- por iorganizaciones civicas y
el present, a las 9:45 adorno de las ,tumbas de los
Dia de los Difuntos, en veterans en el Cementerio de
nterio de Corozal. Corozal por miembros de los
remonia en Corozal se- Nifios Exploradores.
de un program de ac- Los servicios del Dia de los
qu so ll varn a ca- Difuntos se celebrarAn tambi6n
conmemorar un dia se- en el mar el jueves, desde un
omo dia feriado en los navio de la Armada de los Es-
Unidos y la Zona del tados Unidos que saldrA del
ara rendir tribute a to- Muelle 18 de Balboa a las 1:00
llos que ofrendaron sus p.m..
defense de la libertad En caso de lluvia, las cere-
justicia. Todas las ofi- monias en el sector Pacifico se
ubernamentales en la celebrarAn. en el. Teatro de
1 Canal estarAn cerra- Fuerte Clayton.
Los servicios del Dia de los
eventos importantes en Difuntos en- el sector AtlAntico
ama serAn los servicios se llevarAn a cabo el jueves por
Irativos a las 8 a.m. en la mariana en el Cemnenterio de
Conmemoirativa de Pa- Mount Hope. Los detalles serAn
ebrados por el Club de anunciados mAs adelante.


difuntos

VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores ............ 1022
Esclusas' de Gatdn .... 127
Las Cruces
(3 viajes) ........... 269
Barco de Pasajeros
(2) .................. 1381
GRAN TOTAL .... 2799
Informaci6n suministrada
por el Servicio de Guias.


La sefiorita Carolina Cora, Ayudante de Bi6loga en la Oficina de
Investigaci6n y Desarrollo del Ej6rcito de los Estados Unidos en'
Fuerte Clayton, y J. L. Hawkins, entom6logo del Canal de Pana-
md no estan de paseo, estan examinando uno de los medidores
de marea instalados en un pantano de manglares cerca de Coco
Solo como parte del experiment que se realize para combatir la
plaga de chitras.


COMPUERTAS


FUNCIONARON


EN ALHAJUELA


Las seis compuertas de la re-
presa de ,Madden (Alhajuela)
fueron abiertas simultAneamen-
te esta semana, siendo la oca-
si6n la primera vez que tal se
hace desde 1938.
La medalla, reservada gene-
ralmente para control durante
emergencies que amenacen con-
vertirse en inundaciones-, se
emple6 para evitar que el ni-,
vel de ls aguas del lago se
elevasen y entorpeciesen los
trabajos que alli se realizan,
consistentes en soldar tramos
adicionales de dos pies de al:
to a las compuertas ya existen-
tes.
Esos tramos adicionales son
hechos de metal reforzado y
estfn siendo soldados a las com-
puertas para afiadirles dos pies
mIs. de alto. lo que permitiria
embalsar mayor volume de


agua.
Debido a las fuertes lluvias
en la cuenca- del lago, el, nivel
del agua habia subido a cua-
-tro pies debajo de la superfi-
,cie de las compuertas sobre, las
cuales trabajani los obreros.
Las seis compuertas y dos
valvulas, asi como el desague-
normal utilizado en general
electrecidad, permitian la sali-
da de 25.000 pies cfibicos de
agua por segundo aproximada-
mente. mientras permanecie-
ron abiertas esas compuertas.
. En unas cuatro horas el nivel
del lago descendi6 de 228.28
pies a 227.25 pies.
El nivel mAs alto registrado
-ha sido de 250 pies, pero agre-
gandole los tfamos adicionales
que ahora se esta poniendo. po-
drA subir a 252 pies. El traba-
jo debe star terminado d'e-'ro
de unas dos semanas.


EL SULTAN Y LA SULTANA, es to que parecen el senior Miguel Corc6 y su sefiora esposa Alicia
de Corc6, cuando posaron frente a la Esfinge y una de las piramides de Egipto, durante el viaje
que est6n realizando alrededor del mundo. El senor Corc6, que se jubil6 el 31 de julio de. 1959 en
la organizaci6n del Canal de Panama, fue Ayudante Ejecutivo del Contralor por muchos afios. El
viaje alrededor del mundo lo iniciaron los esposos Corc6 en marzo pasado y ban visitado ya Hawai,
Jap6n, Hong Kong, Bangkok, India y Egipto. Luego iran a Jerusal6n, Libano, Grecia, Italia y por
61timo a Espafia, donde naci6 el senior Corc6, en donde permanecerin 6 meses. Sus hijos Jos6 y
Miguel trabajan' para el Canal de Panama.


Gtierra a muerte contra


la Chitra


empiezan las fuerzas de seguridad


La guerra contra las chitras ha sido declarada por las autoridades
de Salubridad de la Zona del Canal. Esta noticia sorprenderS gratamen-
"te, en especial, a los residents del atlintico que son victims de esa
plaga alada.
Despubs del fracaso de algunos intentos de erradicaci6n, como re-
gar dieldrin desde el aire, ia Divisi6n de Sanidad de la Zona del Canal,
en cooperaci6n con el Ejercito y la Armada estadounidenses, ha re-agru-
pado sus huestes y se apresta para una nueva y tenaz batalla.
El nuevo frente cubre un area de 25 acres frente a Coco Solo y
la munici6n sera disparada en el agua salobre o fresca.
Siguiendo recomendaciones del Dr. Andrew J. Rogers Director del
Servicio de Control de la Junta de Salud de Florida, la Divisi6n de Sa-
nidad de la Zona ha construido diques y compuertas de control de
agua y de areas para retener aguas pluviales.y de la mar que son
propicias a la reproducci6n de las chitras; los diques permitirin que
el nivel se eleve como a dos pies encima del pleamar.
Como resultado los manglares de 25 acres quedaran inundados


y quedarAn cubiertos con de 6 pulgadas a 2 pies de agua.
El Ayudante Director de Salubridad, John P. Smith, y el Jefe
de la Divisi6n de Sanidad, James P. MacLaren, acompafiados de algunos
experts en sanidad del Canal y de las Fuerzas Armadas, hicieron una
inspecci6n del area del experiment esta semana.
El entom6logo J. L. Hawkins, quien comanda las fuerzas de la Di-
visi6n de Sanidad, declar6 que "solo hemos iniciado la batalla".
Como el sistema complejo de diques, compuertas y desagues
fue reci6n terminado en la pasada estado seca, las observaciones cien.
tificas acaban de empezarse para determinar el efecto de la inunda.
ci6n sobre las areas de propagaci6n de la chitra.
Las autoridades de salubridad abrigan confianza en que el m6todo
result positive y efectivo en la eliminaci6n de la chitra en el atlhn-
tico, como prob6 serlo en el pacifico. Advierten, emperor, que se tengp
paciencia pues el experiment llevari un afio en completarse.
Si no da los resultados esperac'os, se implantarA otro m6tod, W
rev6s, privando de agua a las .reas de propagaci6n,


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Empezando con la edici6n de Junio el REVIEW en cas-
tellano sera distribuido gratuitamente a todos los empleados
de la organizaci6n del Canal de Panama. La media obe-
dece al deseo de mantenerlos a todos informados sobre pro-
gramas, proyectos y procedimienfos que pudiesen afectarlos.
La Administraci6n del Canal de PanamA estima que un
mejor entendimiento conduce a un mejor future, de alli que
concept6e que todos los empleados deben aprovechar la opor-
tunidad de enterarse mas cabalmente de los objetivos, me-
tas y actividades de la organitaci6n y de otros empleados.
La norma de dar gratis una suscripci6n por un afio a
quienes se jubilen serA mantenida, al igual que la de ofre-
cer suscripciones a quienes sin ser empleados.del Canal la
solicitaron a un d6lar por afio.


EI Crnil de PBueBmmBB







PILLWAY







P4aina Dos SPILL WAY Mayo' 24 de 1963


RE-INICIAN


ACTIVIDADES EN LA ZONA


ASOCIACIONES DE PADRES DE FAMILIAR


At iniciarse nuevamente leas laborers escolares en
las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal,
las Asociaciones de Padres de Familia y Maestros han
comenzado a elaborar sus planes para el aho, lectivo.
Los dirigentes de las Asociaciones de Padres de
Familia y Maestros en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas,
sot los siguientes:
ESCUELA INTERMEDIA Y SECUNDARIA DE


PARAISO:
President, Eric Oakley; Secretaria-Tesorera, Sra.
Eulean Harris.
ESCUELA PRIMARIA DE PARAISO:
President, Raymond George C.; Vice Presidente,
Gabriel Villeda; Secretaria, Clifton H. L6pez; Sub Se-
cretaria, Sra. Vivian Martin;' Tesorera, Sra. Doris
Greene.


ESCUELA PRIMARIA DE PEDRO MIGUEL:
President, Sra. Grace Roberts; Vice Presidente,
Robert Bennett; Tesorera, Sra. Thelma Lee McLean;
Secretaria; Sra. Ethlyn Fawcett; Publicidad, Sra. de
Dudley Farrel.
ESCUELA DE SANTA CRUZ:
President, Julian Hayte; Vice Presidente, Rodol-
fo Ruiz; Secretaria, Sra. de Luis Small; Tesorera, se-
fiorita Myrtle Mulcare.


Carl J. Browne preside


Directiva de Ingenieros


La' nueva directive de- la So-
ciedad: de Ingenieros Profesio-
na'les de la Zona del Canal to-
m6, posesi6n a comienzos de es-
te' mes en la reuni6n cena lle--
vada. a cabo en el Comedor de
Oficiates de la Base A6rea de
Albrook. El Presidente salien-
te' John D. Hollen jurament6 a,
los, siguientes directors para
elt period. de 1963-1964:
President electo (1964 65),
Cart J. B-owne; .Presidente,
Robert JY. Risberg; Vice-Presi-
dente, William L. De La Mater;


Director Nacional, Ernest W.
Zelnickc: Secretarie Tesorero,
Melvin Bierman.
El President saliente Hollen
entreg6' un certificado. de inge-
niero honorario al senior Arthur
J. O'Leary, Sub-Contralor del
Canal de Parami. El senior 0'
Leary' agradeci6 el gesto en
una corta. pero. brillante impro-
visaci6ni.
A la reuni6n, y cena asistie-
ron 92 in'genieros profesionales
con sus esposa's e invitados.


Lanchas van


Lanchas vienen
Itinerario del servicio de lanchas a la Isla de Taboga,
saliendo del Muelle 18 en Balboa:


SALIDA DE BALBOA
6:00 A.M.
4:00 P.M.
MIA
8:00 A.M.
4-:00 P.M.
-8'00 A.M.
3:30; P.M.
6:30 P.M.


SALIDA DE TABOGA
T:30, A.M.
5:30 P.M.
VES
9:30 A.M.
5:30 P.M.
9:30W A.M.
5s::0 P.M.
8:0a P.M.


SA3ADO, DOMINGO Y FERIADOS


&,O0Ia~lXM~
11:00' A'.M
-2,'90l PA
-5;001 Pl.M.
'r8-O0. P,.M


9-:30 AM.
12:30 P.M.
3:3 P.M.
6:38 P.M.
9'.3 P.M.


2000 "Boy Scouts"


k Ul


congregaran en
Mais de dos mil exploradores abarca n
(,Bby' Scouts) .de Norteamerica, les en e
Suramirica y el Area del Cari- merias,
be, participarAn. en el gran nuates si
Camporee que se celebrari en t6ricos c
el Iastto. en- el mes de diciem- clones. pr
bre- La, Rep)blica de PanamA del folklo
.serd aufitriona de este Sexto El Com
Evento de' su clase. bezado, p
Los. exploradores visitantes inctuye'
encontrarin un program, de. ac- lidades i
tividades bastante- movido, que miento e


Panamai
1o0 solamente las usua-
l escoutismo come ro-
deportes y artes ma-
no visits a puntos his,
oloniales y de civiliza-
tecolombinas y' studios
ore pana-.meno.
.it& Organizador, enca-
por Oswaldo, Maduro,
ar distinguidas persona-
nteresadas en: el movi-
escoutista'.


No maneje cuando tome


Si se tba dicho. una vez, se
ha dicho mil el alcono, y con-
ducir catros son. 'ncomr.atibles.
Pero si, a, pesar d'e estas. adver-
tencias, asteo persiste en ingerir
bebidas alcoh61licas cuando se
propane guiar coaches. es bueno
que observe los ronselos que
pasa-mos a ofrecerle:
a') si su peso es menci a 120
libras, -onduzca Pon ei mayor
cuidado despues de 2 notellas
de cerveza o dos onzas de licor
ingeridas en una hora o menos.
b) si oesa; entire 120 y 180, li-
bras, las miSmas precauciones
son, aconsejaoles despues de ha-
be, bebido 3 bot-llas de cer-
vye-a o 3 onzas de licor en una,
hora 'o. menos
e), los pesos-pesados deben
observer las m'.smas reglas
despuss de 4 botellas de cerve-
za. 4 onzas de licor en una'
hora a m.enos.
Cows6me: a eartilla, trafda.
nu(strk aienci6tn .or el, Jefe' de
PAle&a de la Zona del' Canal,
B. & a iil (de donde saca-


mos los datos. que preceden)
tambien vale revordar que es
mejor abstenerse totalmente de
conducir vehiculos bajo las con-
diciones que pasamos a deta-
Ilar:
1) Personas que pesen menos
de 140, cuando nuoiese, mngean-
d. 5 boteltas de' cerveza o. 5
onzas de licor en, 2 tioras o,
menos,
2) personas que pesen entire
160 y 200; libras despues de ha-
ber ingerido 7 botellas de cer-
veza o 5 onzas de licot en 2
horas o menos.
3) personas que pesen mis
de 200' libras cu'ando' aubiesen
bebidoi 8 boeltas. dle cerveza u
ocho' onwas de' licqr en 2 horas
o menos.
Pero- 'a mejor e insuperable
regla. es la de' no, mezclar ja-
mais el ,cor con Ia', gasoli'tma,
como resa. el: dicho'
Para' protecci4w propia,, de
lar parentela y amigos es me-
jor viajar enr taxi cuando se
estA de farra o bebtendo.


NO CONFIE EN LA SUERTE CONFIE EN LA SEGURIDAD

O r lNOTtAR


Formularios,

si los hay
Toda sugesti6n dirigida al
Comril6 del Programa de Pre-
mios por Incentiva debe some-
terse por escrito; de ser posi-
ble en los formularios 'espe-
cialmente disefiados al efecto, y
que, reposan en. tas oficineas
postales.
Sin embargo, conviene recor-
dar que eso no es indispensable,
aunque sea preferiblet.
Puede someterse las, suges-
tiones "ora por la via postal,
correspondencia official, deposit.
tAndola en las cajillas o buzo.-
nes correspadiestes a suges-
tiones & entregindlas. al jefe
inmediato.


El Miercoles debuta el


Ballet de S. Golovine


Fresco adn en la memorial
de todos el prestigio adquirido
bajo el ivlarquis de Cuevas, el
Ballet de Serge Golovine con-
tinria cosechando .auros por los
caminos del mundo..
' Y asi como trtuwfara en la
Vieja Europa, en Per6t en
todo Sudamfrica, el egcelente
cotjunto se presenter, en Pa-
nami el miercole 2 y jueves
30 de los corrientes p"ra de-
leite' de los balet6manog.
Considerado actualmeute c-
me tn. de los m &s .aw. et-
ponentes del ballet contempera-


neo, tiene este conjunto .como
prima. al'arnna a la inimita-
ble Nine Vyroubo-i y cuenta
con un Cuerpe, de Ballet que
se desev-pefia con britle y be-
lleza.
Las funciones serin ofrecidas
en el Teatro Rio can una or-
questa de 26 profesores y bajo
los auspicios de La Dwrecci6ii
Nacio al de Cultura de ,aftam6
en cuyras, eicinas sitasdas en
la Ave. B (coatiguas a1 IENI)
puedes abteerse les, bo-etim de


L UN ES


RATES A JSuBk

p It E R MN E S


Tres, causes principles do mcendios.:

H~OMBR~ES

MW ERES

HAIOS


S P I L L W A Y


MaVe, 24 de 1963


P&gina Dos









JVIayo 24 de 1963 S Pi L LWAY P~gina Twos


Peno-n inexpugnable


result Gibraltar

Con una victoria de 72 por 42 lograda sobre el quinteto de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa, el conjunto Gibraltar Life In-
surance, dirigido por Charles MacArthur, conquist6 el sAbado el
toi-nee -anual .de baloncesto por invitaci6n organizada por la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal y celebrado en el Gimnasio de
Balboa.
Ra'n6n Reyes, -destacado canastero local, fue la figure sobre-
saliente en tel partid0, anotando 16 puntos y su labor en el cuadro
durante ,el torneo Ie vali6 el titulo de Jugador MAs Valioso.
En este torneo de elininaci6n simple, que se inici6 el mi6r-
coles 15 de mayo, la Universidad de la Zona del Canal derrot6
a la Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal por 34 a 21 y Gibraltar a
Marine Barracks por 44 a 39. Al dia siguiente, la 'Escuela Se-
cundaria de Balboa derrot6 a Voit-Abernatby por 65 a 45 y Band-
Weather-Medies de la Base Aerea de Albrook se i'mpuso al con-
junto de U.S. Army Garrison de Fuerte Kobbe por 58 a 43.
En los partidos del viernes, la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa
venci6 a la -Universidad por 51 a 49, mientras que Gibraltar Life
superaba a Albrook por 76 a 61. El resultado del juego decisive
aparece al comienzo de este articulo.
El trofeo para el equipo campe6n, que fue donado por Aber-
nathy, S. A., fue entregado al equipo Gibraltar por el senior Sigurd
E., Esser, Superintendente de las Escuelas de la Zona del Canal.
Reyes tambien recibi6 un trofeo como "jugador mAs valioso"
del torneo.
Los dirigentes del torneo, especialmente el director del cam-
peonato, Morris Finglestein, desean agradecer a los fanAticos que
apoyaron el torneo de este aiio y esperan que recibirAn el mismo
apoyo el pr6ximo aiio.
______ ________________________


EL QUINTETO GANADOR El equipo del Gibraltar Life Insurance conquist6 el torneo de ba-
loncesto por invitaci6n organizada por la Universidad de la Zona del Canal, al veneer el sabado
por la noche a la Escuela Seucundaria de Balboa peor 72 a 42. Factor important fue el canastero
Ram6n Reyes, quien anot6 16 puntos esa noche y al final fue seleccionado como el "jugador mis
valioso" del torneo annual. En la fotografia apa recent, de izquierda a derecha, parados: el direc-
tor Charles MacArthur, Ray Nesbit, Wally Trout, Charles Newberry, Ram6n Reyes y Jennings
Rodgers. Arrodillados: Joe Wood, Dick Gayer, Bill Young y Roy Culbreth. En la foeografia no
aparece el canastero Burt Mead, ofro miembro del equipo.


LAGUNAsigueINVICTO
Ninguna dificultad tuvo el pu- 2:56 minutes del tercer asalto, gresaria :pronto a Pana.m a ,de-
giilsta colonense Ismael Lagu- cuando Laguna conect6 corto fender el titulo mundial que
na para veneer al vzterano pe- pero fuerte golpe a la mandi- ahora ostenta.
so pluma mexicano Filiberto bula del visitante, enviandolo .a
--1- -_ I aa-ene6blicoaoi con'ran-


"inli Nava, en el combate que
sostuvieron el lunes .por la no-
che en el tinglade del Estadio
Olimpico :de PanamA.
El encuentro, que tuvo que
ser postergado el domingo de-
bido a la Iluvia, termin6 a los


la lona por la cuenta final.
La pelea fue presenciada por
el cam pe6n mundial pluma, el cubano Ultiminio "Su-
gar" Ramos, quien al 'hablar
por los altoparlantes ,del Esta-
dio Olimpico, declar6 que re-


des aplausos las palabras ,de
Ramos, ya que estas dieron a
entender que se enfrentaria a
Laguna. clasificado actualmen-
te como quinto peso pluma Adel
mundo por la conocida revista
norteamericana "The Ring".


DANIEL A. VIAFORA, empleado de la Divisi6n de Terminales,
vino de Crist6bal a Balboa Heights para recibir de manos del Go-
bernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr., un cheque por $15.0 y un Cer-
tificade firmado por el Gobernador, en reconocimiento a una su-
gesti6n relacionada con la distribuci6n de publicaciones del Canal
de Panama, hecha por Viafora con sujeci6n al Programa de Pre-
mios per Incentiva.


400 escolares participaron


en programs de recreaci6n


Cerca *de 4,8000 alumnos de las
eseuedas Latinoamericanas de
la Zona del Canal participaron
en las actividades de los pro-
gramas eseolares de recreaci6n
de vrano en las comunidades
Latiadamerieanas de Paraiso,
Santa Cruz y Rainbow City.
La actividad mis popular,
juzgande power el nmero de es-
tudiantes participants, fue la
nataci6n. Un total ,de 1,150 na-
dadores intervinimeon, con 525
en el program de nataci6n de
Paraiso, 375 en Rainbow City y
250 en Santa Cruz.
El balencesto atrajo 266 juga-
dores en Par.aiso, 183 en Rain-
bow City y 36 en Santa Cruz.
Un total de 233 estudiantes
participaron en beisbol, y la
misma cantidad se registry en
el volibol de Paraiso. Los ju-
gadores de beisbol en Rainbow
City flegaron a 135 y los de vo-
libol a 123. Sn Santa Cruz par-


ticiparon 50 en boisbol y 8 en
voUlbel.
La .gimnasia registry 370 es-
tudiantes en Paraiso, y 91 en
Rainbow City.
Rainbow City solamente tuvo
52 alumnos en tiro al blanoo
con flechas; 44 participaron en
badminton; 30 en classes de bai-
les folk16ricos; y 75 en activi-
dades de pista y campo.
El softball tuvo .82 participan-
tes en Paraiso: 45 en Santa
Cruz y 102 en Rainbow City.
El tenis de mesa fue jugado
por SO en Paraiso, 62 ,en Rain-
bow City, y 34 en 'Santa Cruz.
Doce alumnos se decidieron por
el tennis en Paraiso y 15 en San-
ta Cruz.
Las elases de mfisica instru-
mental en Paraiso atrajeron a
68 j6venes misicos, mientras
que en Rainbow City 40 j6ve-
nes asistieron a las classes de
m6sica.


Premiaran a- chico de 14


anos que salvo una vida
Varies atletas, hombres y mu- brara el sabado 25 de mayo a ligas de softball femenina y
jeres recibir n premios como las 8 de la noche en el Gimna- masculina, Deportivo Jules y
reconecimiento a -sus .actuacio- sio de Santa Cruz, auspiciado Deportivo Welsh, respectiva-
nes. drainte. el Baile Ade En- por el Concejo Civico -de Santa mente; el Deportivo Peterkin,
trega -de Premoies 'ue *se cele- Cruz. que ocup6 el segundo lugar y
S Ij' ,E n\ TA J I'' os Frenc h d flP Dc nortivo G Gillette neunte


14 aiios de edad, hijo del senior
y la sefiora Joseph N. French,
quien salv6 la vida a la nifia
Patricia Bailey en la Piscina
de Gamboa, el 27 .de febrero
,de 1962, recibir6 una placa .con
su inscripci6n y una plum a
fuente con sti nombre grabado.
Tambidn recibiran premios
los equipos campeones de las


e1 jjeporuvo %- wee. e ocpamte
del .tercer ,puesto. en la liga
masculina de softball; el cam-
pe6n lanzador Charles Welsh;
el campe6n de bate Te6filo- Pe-
terkin y el campe6n de cua-
drangulares George Barber.
Estos torneos se celebraron
durante las vacaciones escola-
res en los programs de recrea-
ci6n de verano.


Francis vs. Aguilar


en Colon el dia 26
El campe6n national del peso pluma Berisford Francis, reapa-
recera el pre'mro domingo en el GimnasioNacional en un comba-
te frente al aspirante colonense Justiniae. Agqilar.
En este encuentre, que estM sefialad '*a lM asaltes, no estara
en Jtege el title que estenta Francis, quien lo petuve reciente-
aeate 1l vencer per decisionn unduime a Julie "Chicha Fuerte"'
Ruiz.


El joven pintor cubano, Huergo G6mez ha sido invitado por la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norte-
americana para que realice 'una exposici6n en sus galerias de Avenida Peru.
G6mez expondr a principios del mes de june entrant 66 dibujos a tintas de colors asi c*w
me tres 61eos, -producto de un afio de trabajo.
Native de La Habana, Cubl, el joven pinto'r vino a PanamA en agosto de 1961, dedicAndose
mayormente a sus labores artisticas.


Nlayo 24 de 1963


Pagina Tres


SPILLWAY


9 WE






Mayo 24 de 1963


SPILLWAY


.Pigina Cuahw


0-


C ANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:30 Documental
-' 12:00 Panameho Panamefio
12:30 Showtdel Mediodia
1:30 Cine en su Casa
3:00- Teleteatro -
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:30 Documental
6:30 litazo Royal
7:00 Rodeo
8:00 Ciudad Desnuda
9:00 Un Paso al Mas
Alla
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00 Carnava) de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal"
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
3:30 *Fascinaci6n de
Miami
4:30 Carhaval de Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:15 Fiesta de Estrellitas
.-:00 Dick Tracy
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Superman
7:30 Supers6nicos
8:00 Ajedrez Fatal
9:00 Foro de Opini6n
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00 .Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
3:30 Fascinaci6n de
Miami .
4:30 Carnaval de Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye.
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Roy Rodgers
7:30 Biografia
8:00 Fred Astaire
Present
9:00 Imperio del Oeste
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15' Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de- la Mujer
S:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Dibujos Animcdos
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Buggs Bunny
7:30 Blanquita Amaro
8:00 Surf Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 -Nick Charles
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00 'Carnaval dr
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45. Cine Serie _Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Caruiaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
8600 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Extrajio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30 International .Show
Time
8:90 La Hora Once
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Nolicias
10:15 Teleteatro
VIERNES


12:00
12:90
12:45
130
2:00
2:15
3:00
4:30
5:00
5.45
stoo
6s30
7:30$


.1:00
1Mos5-


Carnaval do
Cartones
Nolicias
Cine eerie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleleatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo do la Muler
Fiesta do Estreolltas
El Ceoalo Magoo
Noticias
Hombre del BRfle
Picapiedras
Boris Karlofll
SEl Fabricant do No-
Mantovani
Noticias
Teleteatro


o SABADO
12:00 Camaval de
S Cartones
12:30 Noticlas
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Teleteatro
3:00 Avances
3:15 Reportales Mundiales
4:00 Saom de Teved6s
5:00 Mndo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Combate
8:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Programa Especial
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Teleteatro


I


I


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo par to Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 sbavese Quien eueda
11:30 Hazafias del Espa.
ciO.
12:00 .a Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias )nfantiles
6:00 Furid
6:30 Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 jelatura 87
9:00 lHong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrias lnsntiles
12:bi Pajqros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
l:tU 'Noveia demanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
)uato.
5:30 fiteres Co6mcas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ley del Re6volver.
7:00 Noticlas
7:30 Bin Tin Tin
8:00 Legion Extranjera
8:30 La Gloria Qued6-
Atras
9:00 nsionera (Novela)
9:30 fluta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Inlantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 liotctas,
1:00 Carrousel Hiplco
1:10 NoVela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina. en T.V.
5:00 Mohias de Guana-
juato
5:30 riteres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Yog i Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Marties a las 8
8 vivo. musical)
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 El Tercer Hombre
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
,12:15 Diario do a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana.
juato.
S:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
8:00 C6micos y Cancio-
nes.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Noicias
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 de Puerto
6:30 LassIe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
0:00 La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atr6as
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Notlcias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 let Fackson
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
S4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V. I
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Annie Oakley
7:00 Notictas I
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6'
Airds
V:00 Prisionera (Ndvela)
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 Alegrlas tniantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
4t10' Mi Carretilla y Ye
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Momias de Guana.
juato
4:00 Informe Cientifico
4:15 Panorama Paname-
rlcano
5:00 Club Infantil Televite
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Investigador .S ub-
marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspense
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


-GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


ALBERT WARREN WIL-
LIAMS es una voluminosa figu-
ra bien conocida en los circu-
los bolicheros de Balboa y en
los Jardines de Sumnmit. "Hea-
vy", conio todo ei mundo le
conoce, es cantinaro en la Bo-
lera de Balboa, en donde tiene
21 arios al servicio del Canal
de PanamA. Alli vende oebidas,
emparedados. ros)tas de maiz,
cigarrillos e.tc. Adem6s atiende
a los oolicheros qup usan ia-
bolera. ios sfbados" domingos
y dias feriados carga, un ca-
mi6n con' todo lo necesario y
se va a vender su mercancia
a los Jardines de Summit.
"Heavy" Williams fue luchador
y levantador de pesas en la
Academia de Cultura .Fisica en
PanamA durante 5 afios desde
1946. Comb Juchad.or gan6, so-
lamente dos encuentros.. Su
pasatiempo -es pasear en carro
por todo PanamA, Col6n, Zona
del Canal el interior, los
lunes y martes, que son sus
dias libres. Naci6 en PanamA
y se educ6 en Jamaica.


ARTURO M. FAREAUX, Verificador en ]a Secci6n "B" del De-
p6sito de Aduana de la Divisi6n de Terminales en Crist6bal, presta
servicios al Canal de Panama desde 1957. Esta encargado de revisar
las cargas que vienen del exterior destinadas a la Zona Libre, Pa-
namA y Col6n. Fareaux, que naci6 en la ciudad de Panama, pero que
reside en Col6n, se gradu6 como encuadernador en la Escuela Artes
y Oficios "Melchor Lasso de la Vega" en Panamfi, profesi6n que
no ha desempefiado. Es casado, tiene 5 bijos y su esposa espera
otro en junio pr6ximo. Fareaux actu6 como boxeador professional del
peso gallo con el nombre de Baby Alfaro de 1942 a 1944, ganando 4
peleas, empatando 4 y perdiendo 2. Actualmente es Arbitro de boxeo
professional y de aficionados. Como tal actu6 en los Juegos Centro-
americanos y del Caribe celebrados en agosto de 1962 en Kingston,
Jamaica.


GEORGE A. SPRINGER; Guardia de seguridad
del Dep6sito de Aduana de la Divisi6n de Ter-
minales en Crist6bal, tiene 16 aiaos de estar
trabajando con el Canal de PanamA. Su trabajo
consiste en la vigilancia de la carga y los obre-
ros, para evitar en todo lo possible los aeci-
dentes humans y en la carga. Trabaj6 ante-
riormente con el P.A.D: en Albrook Field, la
Division de Ingenieria Municipal en Ane6n, en
la Oficina de Viviendas en Crist6bal y en la
Divisi6n MecAnica en Pedro Mguel, antes de in-
gresar a la Divisi6n de Terminales donde pres-
ta seivicios desde hace 6 aiaos. Naci6 en Pana-
ma y reside en Col6n. Es viudo y tiene un
hijo de 3 aiaos de edad. Con el nombre de
Young" Yellow fue boxeador professional en la
ddecada de 1930, actuando en los pesos gallo y
pluma. Actuamente es Arbitro de boxeo pro-
fesional y aficionado et Col6n.
Bajo PEOPLE IN TH E
SPORTLIGHT apatecen. en
nuestra secci6n inglesa- la se--
fora- Marjorie L. Engei, de la
Direccion del Personal quien
reside en el tr6pieo desde tem-
prania edad. Su adre, George
Hamilton Mee, estuvo ec Cuba
con el ej6rcito norteantericano
hasta 1908, afio en que se mu- /ILE
d6 con su familiar a la Zona
del. Canal. Muri6 en 'a Batalla M A Y 0
de los Dardanele.s, siendo Te- -Exhibic
niente en las Fuerzas Armadas Magist
inglesas. Majorie, se eaueo en
la Zona djei Canal e ingres6 a la 25- Anive
organizaciitA del Canal en agos-
to de 1940.'EnI 1942 so fte con 25-Ex.
su esposo para !os E'za:os Uni- cli
dos, regresando CDn 14 y vol- 29- -Cump
I viendo :t la orgarji7srcin en
marzo de 1951. Tiene an hijo 29-Cha
y dos hijas., int
Si el avi6n en que viajaba Th
Maxwell T. Smith no sa hubie-
ra estrellado, quizAs todavja es- 29-30-Dos
taria volando en vez de irente Teat
a su escritorio en la Divisi6n una
del Personal .-Especialista en mun
relaciones -obrero-patronales,
Smith era Contador de )a Pa- 29 La S
nagra cuando se aceident6 en Pie
un avi6n en junior de 1934, sien 44 N
do uno de los cuaftr scobrevi- "30- Dia d
vientes. Estuvo ho-spiOalizado del Ca
todo un afio en Bue-a Aires, 31- 1--Juni
viniendo luego'al osal Gor- reun
gas donde se c in~.jertfi un hue-
,so mnoveditz. fsadie uia do ]as JUNIO
primeras persfoMs a (Igjii esto
se hacif. RestabIccid'i, viaj6 a 2 Cum)
Chile donde cotIt'ajft p'. iasj Gran
Vuelto a Panamn Atrabaj6 ei la 2 Anivc
oficina local 1 mp'esa a& 2-Aniv
:rea. En julik de 1939 empe,6 7-8-BALLI
a trabajar con re Canl ide Pa- ea e
:nama, y eiesde .itovlces estii bern
5on la Direccion de! Personal. tura
Sus hijos, todo;s casados, vi-
,yen en los Estados Unidos. 16 Dia d


NIARIGi DE EVENTS



io6n de 6leos de Alberto Dutary en el edificio del
erio Panamefio Unido, Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.

ersario de la Revoluci6n de 1810, Argentina.

cursi6n al Canal de PanamA organizada por la Aso-
aci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana para sus socios.

leafios del Presidente John F. Kennedy.

arla ilustrada sobre reciente viaje por la carretera
eramericana de los sefiores Ronald Verrow y Karl
iele. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana, 6 p.m.

lpresentaciones del Ballet de Serge Galovine en el
tro Presidente, con ]a actuaci6n de Nina Vyroubova,
de las primeras ballerinas del ballet .clAsico en el
ido.

SALA' TEATRO 44 inaugura su temporada con la
a "COsas de Papa y Mama" a las 8:30 p.m. Calle
No. 14, Belia Vista.
de los Difuntos (Memorial Day) Feriado.en la Zona
anal.

o. El Consejo Interamericano de Exploradores se
irhA en ]a Ciudad de Panama.


npleafios de Su Majestad la Reina Isabel II de
n Brettfia.

,rsarito de la Rephblica de Italia.

LET POLKLORICO DE MEXICO. Presentationes
1 Teatro Rio. MAi io especticulo. Bolet-s c- ael Departament d*t CW:i-
de Panama. (Contiguo al DENI).

el Padre en la Zona del Canal.


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