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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 31, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00409
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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G/if of the &- mAuseum


Baccalaureate, I



High Schools Give


Diplomas Tuesday


Balboa
The 333 graduating seniors of
Balboa High School will attend
baccalaureate services Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in Bal-
boa High School Auditorium.
David A. Speir, Jr., principal,
will introduce the Rev., Edgar
M. Heeden, who will be the
main speaker.
The Rev. Terence Ford G.
and the Rev. William McKeon,
C. M., also will participate in
the services.
Marie Bruland, organist, will
play the Processional and the
Recessional. Margaret Morris
will play an organ solo.
Victor Herr will lead the Bal-
boa High School Glee Club in
"Sine Nomime" by R. Vaughn
Williams, and "Navy Hymn"
arranged by Tom Scott.

Graduation
The 49th annual commence-
ment exercises for the graduat-
ing class of Balboa High School
are scheduled for Tu esda y,
June 4, at 8 p.m. in the Balboa
Theater.
-Guests will be admitted upon
presentation of their tickets,
and no one will be admitted after
8 p.m. The program will be as
follows:
Processional, "March Noble,"
Christoph Bach, Balboa High
School Orchestra; Invocation,
the Rev. Terence Mooney. C.
M.; AMBITIONS: "To Strive,"
Alfred E. Osborne, Jr.; "To
Seek," Sally C. Cornwell; "To
Find," Paul J. Starr; and "Not
To Yield," Barbara A. Slotkin;
"Scaramouche," Darius
Mihaud, pianb duet by Kaye
Sergeant and Melinda Mallahan.
President's Address, Eugene
W. Linfors; Presentation of
Class of 1963 by David A. Speir,
Jr., Principal, B a I b o a High
School; awarding of diplomas,
S. E. Esser, Superintendent of
Schools; benediction, the Rev.
Arthur W. Meyer; and Reces-
sional, "Pomp and Circums-
tance," Edward Elgar, Balboa
High School Orchestra.


Cristobal
Baccalaureate services of the
Cristobal High School gradvcat-
ing class will be held in the
Cristobal High School Audito-
rium on Sunday afternoon at 5
p.m.
Guest speaker will be the
Rev. James H. Jones of the
Church of the Nazarene at
Mount Hope. Invocation will be
by the Rev. Daniel B. Merrick
of Margarita Union Church.
A piano solo will be played
by David Coffey and a vocal
ensemble will participate in the
program.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
of St. Margaret's Episcopal
Church, Margarita, will take
part in the service and Benedic-
tion will be by Chaplain Leon
A. Harder, Major. U. S. Army,
Fort Gulick.

Graduation
One hundred members of the
senior class at Cristobal High
School will receive their diplo-
- mas at the 46th annual com-
mencement exercises schedul-
ed for 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 4,
in Cristobal High School Audito-
rium.
The graduation program will
open with the Processional,
"Pomp and. Chivalry," by the
Cristobal High School orchestra.
0. E. Jorstad, director, and will
be as follows:
Invocation, the Rev. Charles
M. Shanley, C. M.; vocal selec-
tion. "A Perfect Day," girls'
vocal ensemble; theme spea-
kers, "To Strive," "To Seek."
"To Find," and "Not toYield":
Patricia Van Dyke, Catherine
Owen, Michael Burza, Harriett
Hewitt and Gerald Green; and
vocal solo, "Ole Man River,"
Demetrio Tagaropulos, bari-
tone.
Presentation of Class of 1963,
Paul L. Beck, Principal, Cris-
tobal High School; presentation
of diplomas, Dr. Charles L.
Latimer, Dean of Canal Zone
College; benediction. Chaplain
Vincent E. Nelson; and Reces-
sional, "Pomp and Circums-
tance," Cristobal High School
Orchestra.


New Probation



Officer Named


Patrick J. Murphy, 37-year-
old Californian, this week as-
sumed his duties as the first
permanent Canal Zone Proba-
tion Officer. He succeeds Sey-
mour I. Barkowitz, who has
been Acting Probation Officer
since January 2, when the posi-
tion was established.
A graduate of the University
of Southern California in June
1955, Mr. Murphy has been em-
ployed as a Federal Probation
Officer in Los Angeles and San
'Francisco prior to taking the
Canal Zone position. He receiv-
ed a master's degree in public
administration in 1960.
He was accompanied to the
Canal Zone by his wife, Shirley,
a graduate of the San Fran-
cisco Art Institute, who is an
accomplished painter and
sculptor, having had a number
of one-man shows in the San
Francisco and Los Angeles
areas. She also taught at San
Bernardino Valley College for
two years.
Mrs. Murphy's mother, Mrs.
Helen Rousseau, who formerly
lived at Mill Valley, Calif., also
accompanied her daughter and
son-in-law to the Canal Zone.


Like her daughter, Mrs. Rous-
seau also in an accomplished
artist.
Mr. Barkowitz, who was coun-
selor at Diablo Junior High
School prior to assuming the
temporary position of Acting
Probation Officer in January,
will return to the Diablo school
this fall as Assistant Principal.


Graduation


S Panaman Cael




SPILLWAY


VoI. 1 No. 50 FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963


SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS The recipients of three accounting
scholarships awarded last week by -the Federal Government Ac-
countants Association proudly pose with the checks and award cer-
tificates. Left to right are Gene Frauenheim, Jose Pablo Velas-
quez and Robert Eggleston. Frauenheim and Eggleston are Canal
Zone College students and Velasquez is studying at .the University
of Panama.


Twelve Teachers

Get Fellowships
Twelve Canal Zone teachers tend the Chemical Education
of science, mathematics, and Materials Study Program at
language have been awarded Ohio State University, Colum-
special grants to attend Sum- bus, Ohio.
mer Institutes at eleven dif- Two teachers have received
ferent universities in the United NDEA Fellowships to partici-
States and abroad this summer. pate in Language Institutes.
The Summer Institute Program They are:
is designed to provide school James E. Stearns, who will
personnel with opportunities for study Russian at San Francisco
supplementary and advanced State College in San Francisco,
training in their special subject Calif.
areas. Donald R. Wilcox, who will
The awards provide for tui- join the staff at University of
tion, fees, and stipend for study Nebraska at Lincoln, Nebraska.
and research lasting six to and teach a demonstration class
twelve weeks. and methods courses in the
This year's recipients of Na- field of Spanish. '
tional Science Foundation Fel- One teacher has been accept-
lowships in the field of ma- e d and will attend school
thematics are: abroad this summer. She is
Karl W. Shirley, mathe- Mrs. Ruby Miriam Bissett, who
matics teacher in Balboa High under the International Educa-
School, who will attend Stanford tion Exchange Program (Full-
Uiiversity in Stanford, Calif. bright-Hays Act), will study
Glendon Kriese, mathematics Spanish at the University of
teacher 'in Balboa High School Valladolid in Burgos, Spa n.
who will attend Randolph-Macon
College.F
Ge o r g e W. Case, mathe-
School who also will attend CI


Randolph-Macon College.'
Richard W. 'Bock, mathema-
tics teacher at Cristobal High
School, who will be at the -Uni-
versity of Oklahoma at Norman,
Okla.
Mrs. Vera Arthur, third grade
teacher at Fort Clayton Ele-
mentary School, who will attend
Florida State University at Tal-
lahassee, Fla., and study in the
area of elementary arithmetic.
Four teachers have received
National Science Foundation
Fellowships in the field ol
science. They are:
William C. Garber, Principal
o f Cocoli-Kobbe Elementary
Schools, who will attend Rut-
gers University at New Bruns-
wick, N. J. to study Earth
Sciences.
Joh n A. Banasick, science
teacher at Balboa High School
who will attend San Diego Uni-
versity at San Diego, Calif.
Charles T. Reeves, mathema-
tics and shop teacher at Cris-
'tobal High School who will at-
tend the Iowa- State University
lof Science and Technology,
Ames, Iowa, studying physics.
James H. Pfau, chemistry
aand physics teacher at Cristo-
lbal High School, who will at-


Program


mission


For Zone Youth
Henry L. Lavender of Bal-
boa will be commissioned as ...
an Air Force second lieutenant .'
and will receive his bachelor i .'.
of science degree at gradua- '.
ti o n ceremonies Wednesday '"
June 5 at the U.S. Air Force .'
Academy. President Kennedy
will deliver the graduation ad-
dress.
Lieutenant Lavender, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lavender
of Balboa, will be assigned to
pilot training at Walliams AFB,
Ariz. His father is a Panama
Canal towing locomotive opera-
tor, assigned to the Pacific
locks.
The new Air Force officer, a
graduate of Balboa High School,
received recognition at the
Academy for his academic
achievement by being named to
the dean's merit list. He major- HENRY L. LAVENDER
ed in public policy.
nomination. His class is The
Lieutenant Lavender entered fifth to be graduated by the
the Academy by congressional Air Force school.


Ims Set


CZ College

Commencement

To Be Monday
Commencement exercises of
the Canal Zone College will be
held at 8 p.m.. June d 'n al-
boa High School Auditorium.
Baccalaureate services to r
the College will be at 4 p.m.
Sunday, June 2, in the same
location.
Dr. Roy R. White, Director
of the Florida State University
Canal Zone Program will be the
main speaker at the commence-
ment exercises,
The Rev. Frank B. Tobey, D.
D., paster of the Balboa Union
Church will give the Bac-
calaureate- Addrees on Sunday.
The program for the com-
mencement exercises includes
an Address of Welcome by
Lewis S. Swinehart, President
of the Student Association and
a Farewell Address by Darleen
Powell.
Dr. Charles L. Latimer, Dean
of the Canal Zone College will
present the Class of 1963 and
announce the awards. Diplomas
will be awarded by Sigurd E.
Esser, Superintendent of
Schools.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin of the
Jewish Welfare Center in Bal-
boa will pronounce the invoca-
tion and the Rev. William E.
McKeon. C.M. of St. Mary's
Mission in Balboa will give
the benediction.
Miss Sheila Endara will
play the processional and re-
cessional music at the com-
mencement exercises and will
also furnish music for the col-
le ge baccalaureate services.
The Rev. McKeon will give the
invocation and the Rev. Allen
M. Stuhl, pastor of St. Simon's
Eoiscopal Church in Gamboa
will pronounce the benediction
at the Sunday service
The College Chorus .. .- 2 1
by Victor Herr will sing at both
the baccalaureate and the com-
mencement.


New Auditorium

Set for Paraiso
A modern combination motion
picture theater and school audi-
torium will be built in the Canal
Zone community of Paraiso dur-
ing the next few months.
The completely air conditioned
building will be built on Paraiso
Road adjacent to the existing Pa-
raiso Junior Senior High School
complex and across the street
from the community Civic Center.
Plans and specifications for the
building are being prepared and
will be circulated early in June.
Bids are scheduled to be opened
about June 2S












"Seatbelt Saved Me'



Injured Pilot Says
47


"I think the) safety: belt saved;
my life;" said Captain Roy Ht
Rice of'Almond' Street; Balboa,
one ofi the three Panama-.Canal-
pilots'- injured& in an, automobile'
aooidentf Aprib:l .
Captain Rice was the. only
passenger in:.the Panama Canal
offinal vehicle' who had. his seat'
belt on- at. the--time- of, the- acci,
alent. While- he' -was- seriously
injured; he says he- has a. feel,,
ing,' h would ha4e- been. even
more, seriously' injured, or. pos-
sibl killed, it he hadn't, had'
his/ seat- belt, fastened1. The,
vehicle: in which he' was. riding
stopped,, so': suddenly, that: his;
watbh- stopped he. saysa
Seat belts have been installed;
imall, anama anaL; sedans, andi
jitneys- and, employees, are- urgW
ed to use them.
G~ptain., Rice,: who-. has been,
a :Pnama- analt employee, since
1950W and-, who, aver ages, three.
trips a, week: across- the< Trans-
-Isthmian. Highway, is- a, firm.
advocate of using seat belts- in-
motor- vehicles. He says- ihe has
had. seat, belts. ima his- own., car
-from ; the fiBst, time they- were,
available, and even uses a, seat-
belt, im the- trips to and>. fiomi'
Gorgas Hospital and- his home-.


receives& a cup off tea from- hi. wife during, a, relaxing- moment.
TMe Automobile Manufauctm- sissippi fbllowed:.for 1963. Laws
ers Association: -says 14 states,, will become effective ati the
and: the District of Columbia. start- of either the car model
now have- laws, requiring belts year or the calendar year- of
in new cars. 1964: in' New Mexioo, Indiana,
Wisconsin had the- first...buch Tennessee, .Minnesota-, Nebras-
law, starting- witlt, thie' 1062.. ka Wasiigton, Wermon.t,
model yea% Virginia,. and Miso 'Georgia antd Rhode' Island:


GOVERNOR FLEMING, a: vocal advocate of seatbelts, not only- has them in his private, car but,
also- has- had them- installed' in his official car. The Governor says he believes they not, only
provide additional- safety for those riding, in auto mobiles, but also add, tol travelling., comfort; by
reducing! the, need; for bracing: oneself' when the vehicle rounds' curves: and' corners.




Housing Program




Nears Completion


The- current! housing construe-
tion- for UiS. citizen employees
of. the Canal, organization will!
come to ,an: end this calendar
year, with completion of 12 four-
bedroom duplex- units in -Anconj
36l bachelor quarters in. Ancon-
and- La Boca, four three-bed-
room duplex apartments in Los.
R iios: and& six three-bedroom.
duplex. units- in. Ancon.
Some of' the new- houses are.
to be transferred to the Pan-
amal Canali in June and: July?
These will be the 12. fbur-bed,
room apartments built, on- Fran-
giani' Sreet; in- Ancon, which
were designed: especially, as!
large-fhmily quarters.
About the same time the last;
of the' three-bedroom duplex,
apartments in the Corozal sec-
tion of, Los' Rios, will be com-
pleted and transferred to the
ana Six- more units, o tlis'
lype: arei under, censtruotion -in'
Annon but will notibe, com Nitllt


ed, before September.
The 25 offtthe-ground bachelor


"Take off that' hard hat,
Sir Cuthbert,. and gqet.
tooled Off$'t


quarters in, Ancon, are to be
completed: in July and' August.
Eleven on-the-ground' units are,
being constructed, in La Boca
and: should be- ready in Decem-
ber. These are the first bachelor,
quarters to be built for U.S.-
citi z en employees in many,
years.
All of: the houses included in,
this list are part of a two-and-
,a-quarter-million dollar housing
contract awarded in December
1961 to the construction firm of
Lott and Drake of Houston,
Texas.
THIS: WEEWS VISITORS:
May 20-26; 1963
Mirafloros:Locks ........ 1321:
Gatun. Looks ............ 316
Las Cruoes, (6 trips) .... 84
Reina, MAnuellta3 (4 trips) 02
: Passenger, ships,. 1 ...... 032
rand Totalt..... 3215


CASH AWARD Arthur L. Livingstone, employed at Gatun- Locltks
receives a check for $15 and a- special, Incentive Awards Program
certificate from, Governor Robert J. Fleming, Jr., ifn the Board
Room- at Balboa Heights. Livingstone, made. a. helpful- suggestion
about Spanish-language subtitles on films shown in Panama. Canal
theaters.



FSU Registration-



Set For Next Week


Registration for the summer
term classes. of the PFlorida
State University. Canal: Zbne-
Program will start June- 3 and.
continue through June' '7" on
both: the Pacific and Atlantic
sides. -:
On the Pacific side, registra-
tion will be held in the Florida
State University Office in Build,
ing. 95- at Fort, Clayton. Regis-
tration. also will be held June
5 and 6 in. the Rotunda of the-


Main Library

The Be Ctosed'


0n June 7' 8
The Main Library of the Ca-
nal Zone Libraries in the Civil.
Affairs Building will be closed
Friday and Saturday, June 7
and 8, for inventory.
This particular time was se-
lected for several reasons:
School will be closed, most.
homecoming college students
will not yet have arrived, a
large number of Zonians will
be- on leave, and the Main
Library Children's Reading Pro-
gram will not begin until later
in the month.
Official reference and perio-
dical services will, be avajlabl e
on Friday, June 7, as usual.
Reference inquiries by tele-
phone canr be made o Satur-
day.
Books which normally would
be, due on either -June 7 or
June 8- may be returned on
either Monday or Tuesday of
the following week without in-
curring fines.
The Library will be in full:
operation, on Manday, June 10.


fit w4 "/ e


FROM- MINUTES OF E&C STAFF MEETING: Colonel Har-
rison: "I'd like to compliment one of our people on what I call
'gun-ho' spirit, and ,can do' spirit the same thing, you know,
that the Governor always talks about; he doesn't like a nega-
tive a negative attitude.
"I had occasion the other day to make a telephone call
which went through two or three people before the call was final,
ly delivered and in transmission it apparently got somewhat garr
bled, because the recipient understood my request to say 'have
the Mindi at that small 12 by 6 foot dock in the Mandinga River
at about. 9. o'clock the next morning:'
"And, as I said, with that 'can. do' spirit, I understand from
people who were there when he got the phone call, he said,
'Well, if that's what the Colonel wants; I will do it, but I don't
think it will fit.'
"As- I' said, I' admire that kind of spirit and with that kind
of attitude, we've got' no, problem."
(MThe spirited- employee who made the comment; checked
back; before following through. anflearned' it) really was' the
launch- Diana that; was- wanted: at the' Mandinga River dock.).


Page Two,


Administration Building at,.Bal-
boa Heights.
Registration on the Atlantic
side will be held at- the Florida
State University Office in Build-'
ing, 32, at Fort Davis.
Twelve courses will be offer-
ed on the Pacific side for the
eight-week term begin ni ng
June 10- and. ending: August 2.
They include general sociology,
college algebra, humanities, ac-
counting control, plane analytic
geometry, approach to litera-
ture, United- States history, in-
troduction to Spanish literature,
concepts of business manage-
ment, history of Russia, prob-
lems of. teaching in elementary
and secondary schools, and in-
troduction to history and sys-
tems of psychology.
The five courses to be offer-
ed: on- the Atlantic side for the
summer, include western civil-
ization, general psychology, risk-
and insurance, introduction to
Spanish literature, a nd U.S.
diplomatic history:
The classes.will be held: from.
6:30 to 9 p.m. Monday and
Thursday and Tuesdays a n.d
Friday. They are open to any
person having a high school
diploma, or equivalent certify,
cate. Only classes' which have
an enrollment of an average of
2C students per class will: be
offered.

SUBMIT YOUR IDEAS
Employee suggestions must
Le submitted in writing, in
either Spanish or English. The
use of a suggestion blank is,
not required but it. is prefer-
red. Your suggestions may be
sent to the Iheentive Awards
Committee through the Canal
Zone postal system the official
mail, suggestion boxes, or, your
supervisor.


SP UL LW A Y


I May 31, 1963,







--May 31. 1963 SPILL WAY


Skindiving, Water Skiing


Regulations Are Revised


Sportsmen who like to skin
.dive and waiter ski in the Pa-
;nama Canal and adja c entt


waters, can't just go off in all
directions. They have regula-
tions to follow these days.


Ken Fhillips Tops


In 'Junior Judo'


Robert Starr, Ken Phillips and Bill Denning


The first judo sports contest
by the junior :members of the
Balboa .USO-Y,MVCA was held
last Saturday, with an unexpect-
edly large public turnout. The
- contest, the first of its kind
sponsored by 'the YMCA for
young people, was under the
experienced guidance of Ser-
geant Robert A. Engelke, Black
Belt holder, and ably assisted
by Bruce Perry of. the Canal
Zone Postal Service, a Brown
Belt holder, and Bill O'Sullivan
the Canal's official translator
and a talented Brown Belt
holder.
The competition was for de-
termining who among the
younger group would be cham-
pion in the 140, 160 and 180
pound divisions. The overall
champion turned o ut to be
young Kenneth Phillips, 180
pounds.
In the order of their weights,
Bill Deming was champion -in
'the 140-ound -class and :Robert
Starr in the 160-pound class.
Deming, although a newcomer,
has quickly picked up judo
knowledge, as his good work
Saturday showed. Phillips is
also a newcomer and a strong
player. Starr has been with
.the group longer and his ex-
perience showed Saturday.
Credit for the excellence of
the performance was largely due


the fine.sportsmanship and spir-
'ited action shown by the many
,,other youngsters who perform-
ed in the contest: Runners-up
and worthy of mention were
.Bruce Douglas, Leo Austin and
Bob Stanley. Bruce and Bob
were pretty even in their hard-
'fought matches. But the un-
,expected came about in -the
finals, with -the -outcome un-
certain until almost the .end.
The girls' group 'of junior
members put on an exhibition
of the different judo throws that
should discourage any would-
be mashers.
During /intermission, while
finalists were being allowed a
few extra breaths prior to the
last round, two talented young-
sters from Panama, Jorge To-
rres and Alfonso VAsquez, were
tested for belt.t promotions.
Since these :boys already held
belt ranks higher than the con-
testants, the task assigned them
for their promotion was all the
'tougher.
Fourteen-year old Jorge, a
rather light youth, was given
a -time 'limit of 5 minutes in
which to throw five sturdy
junior opponents. He conduct-
ed himself splendidly. So did
his fellow belt. holder Alfonso.
'Both boys were roundly ap-
-plauded 'for their skill and 'pol-
ished judo techniques.


The activities of skin divers
in the Canal Zone were curtail-
ed more than a year ago by
an order issued 'by the Sec-
retary of the Army which -ruled
out certain areas ifor hkin
diving and ;prohibited skin :div-
ers from diving at night. They
also were ordered ato display a
flag.
Another order recently in-
cluded in the Canal Zone 'regula-
tions, prohibits -water skiing rbe-
tween sunset and .sunrise and
requires that any water skier
must be under Ithe constant
observation of a person at least
12 years of age.
As published in 'the 'Federal
Register of May .3, 1963 regula-
tions governing -,water -skiing
state:
"When towing a .person -.on
water skis or an aquaplane :or
similar device a 'motorboat or
any other vessel shdll, ;in 'addi-
tion to the operator, .carry -an
observer, at least 12 'years of
age, -so placed in the ,motorboat
or other vessel as to be ,able.-to
keep the operator fully inform-
ed of all conditions potentially
hazardous to -the person towed
or any other property -or .person
in the vicinity. The observer
shall be .alert ,and shall keep-
the operator -fully -informed of
all hazards. The operator shall
devote his fdll attention -to ope-
rating the motorb6at or other
vessel in a safe manner.'
"No person shall operate a
motorboat :or other vessel on'
the waters of the Canal 'Zone
towing a -person or persons on
water skis, or aquaplanee or
similar device, nor shall any
person engage in water skiing,
aquaplaning or other similar
activity between the hours dfrom-
-sunset to.sunrise.
"No per son :shil operate
water :skis, an aquaplane Dor
similar device in such a maan-
ner as to endanger the life, limb
or property of any person."
In January 1962, an order was
included -in the Canal Zbo.ne
'regulations prohibiting skin div-
ing in the waters of the Canal
proper unless ,authorized in
writing by the Port Captain of
either Cristobal or Balboa. It
also prohibited skindiving at
night.
The regulations also\ stipulat-
ed that skin :divers must dis-
play from the -mast of the -craft
serving the diver, a red :flag
approximately 18 -by '12 inches
inm size.
At that time it was "ordered
that the flag have a :three and
a half inch yellow diagonal
stripe running from the upper
corner of the staff end of the
- flag to the lower corner of the
outside end of the flag. The
new regulation changes the co-
lor of this stripe -from yellow
to white.


Freedom Bonds

Can Be Boigkt

By Deductions

During the pionth of June
employees will ,e given the
opportunity to buy United States
Freedom S a v i n gs Bonds
through payroll deductions. All
employees ot the 'Panama Ca-
nal are eligible to participate
in the program, D. J. Paolucci,
savings -bond officer, bas an-
nounced.
Some 3,638 Canal .employees
presently are enrolled in the
program. -investing .more -than
$125;000 each .month in !bonds
which earn 3% per ceni inter-
est, compounded .semi annal-
ly. when held -to maturity. The
,bonds mature -in 7 years, 9
months.
Each employee will receive
detailed infoimatien about the
program and how to enroll
'for payroll deduction ,purchases
of the :bonds from thoir 'unit
-bond -representative.


An attractive program has
been tentatively prepared for
the Taboga :Patron Saint festi-
vities which begin on July 16
and end on the 21st, with two
processions on -the final day:
the traditional maritime proces-
sion, at 9 a.m., and the flower
procession, at 3:00 p.m.
The .program also includes
religious services, fireworks,
cock fights, speed boat races,
basketball and baseball games,
and dancing.
The maritime procession of
the Patron Saint of Taboga 'is
headed by the launch carrying
the sacred image, the priest
and local authorities. 'Follow-
ing immediately behind are the
singers, the orchestra and the
general public.
Fishing boats which ordinari-
ly fish in nearby waters also
join the procession, which goes
once around the bay, and then
makes a complete trip around
Athe island.


In view of the great number
of-.Panama and Canal Zone re-
sidents attending the festivities
each year, the Panama Govern-
ment Tourist Bureau -will again
establish a continuous launch
service between Panama City
and Tabogi.
The Patron Saint festivities
on Taboga also offer native and
foreign tourists the opportunity
of visiting various sites of in-
terest on the island, such as
the Mother's Obelisk; the Mu.
nicipal Park, with its bust ol
Patriarch Benjamin Quintero
Alvarez; the Mount of the Cross
'of Sinai, and the Morro, with
its English Cemetery, where
high officials of the .Pacific
Steam Navigation Co. are
-buried.
The island itself, -with its -nar
-row, winding, flower-bordered
streets, is ideal for picture ,tak-
ing, and'the surrounding waters,
with abundant sawfish, braize,
corbina, 'lobster and shrimp, a
tlelight for fishermen


Music Students



Sought At CZC

If enrollment justifies it, several new music :courses rill ,be
offered at the Canal Zone College in September. A 'description of
the proposed courses follows and :readers interested in -enrolling
in any of them are -asked to check -the -courses -in whidh:ithey are
'interested, clip the article and mail.iit to ,ictor A. Her Music
Instructor, Canal Zone College, JBox 1682. iBalboa, :C. 'Z.
'Your 'Name...........................T.. telephone ;Number.......
'M ailing Address................ ............... ........... .....
Will you .be -enrolled in the Canal Zone College in September ,1906?
Y es ........ ;N o ........ 'M aybe........ ....
'If so, ,what class will you 'be 'in? Freshman....... -Sophomore
... ... Junior ........ .. ,
If 'interested in any of the classes offered -in music, 'pleaseAflll
out this form and mail 'it to Mr. .Herr. (Cif you will tbe ,a ,high
school -senior in September 1963 and 'are 'interested dn 'taking any
of these courses for -college credit, please check here. .:........
check 'the courses in which -you are -interested, and anail 'to Mr.
Herr.:)
-V.OCAL MUSIC Study .-and performance ,of-standard -wacl
works suitable-for the group. Concerts during year and pariicipa-
tion in other college and community activities. .Some wolk with
dramatics department. In two sections: one .section meeting days
and the other evenings. Meets two hours per week per section.
One credit hour per -semester. WNo prerequisite. -Offered "for,,credlit
for .two years. (1R. 1L, %1P).
-MUSIC OF T7th 19th 'GENTURI.ES ;(tHISTORY) -,'A
survey of music in relation to its culture from .antiquity through
early Romantic period: emphasis -upon music from ::17th' century
through early Romantic period. 'Emphasis is -upon 'a .studyLdf
form. development and contributions ofvarious -national schools.
Meets four hours per week. Three credit hours. No prerequisite.
A one semester course offeredin ifa6ll term. 'Continuation -course
'is -Music .of Twentieth Century. (2R, '2L, l5P, for both coursess4.
-M.MUSIC OF TWENTIETH CEN-TURY (HISTORY) A 'con-
,tiriuation ,of Music 'of the 1-7th 19th Centuries; course -reluire-
ments :are :the same. A *one .semester course dTffered 'during the
spring.
-MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS I (THEORY, HARMONY) A
:groundwork in fundamentals of music. fExperience an :maniptila-
tion df harmonic materials is .gained .through .sodling harmonic
,-exercises, ear training and keyboard -harmo1ny. The -creative
aspect in harmonic development is stressed iand each student :is
given full opportunity to develop f is :creative ttalent. iMeets'ifour
.hours -per week. -Three credit hours sper.:semester. :Prerequisite:
Permission of instructor. (The .course is primarily (desigfied ifor
those interested in the' :serious.stud.y of music). AoAe-.yearecourse.
A student may not enter during the -second %semester. }(-Et, 2L,
5P, ,each semester). .
-MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS II A second year core music-
ianship -course following Music Fundamentals 'I. Advanced work
in writing harmony, taking rhythmic and harmonic dictation. The
.student .is encouraged to .approach the study of ,music (unda-
mentals through his own creative ability. Three credit 'hours ,per
semester. Prerequisite: Music Fundamentals :I. (2'R,.'2L, iP-,
each semester).
-CONDUCTING A course designed to -assist those ditter-
e'sted in developing a baton technique in choral ior instrumental
;music. Scores are studied; peculiar conducting ;problems -flis--
cussed. First semester 'emphasizes choral conducting; second ,
'instrumental. Prerequisite: permission ofinstructor. The is offered for one year and a student 'may enrdll 'either :semester.
'Two *hours credit is given per semester. (1R, 2L. 3Pi). ,
-M1IUSIC APPRECIATION Introductory course .for -non-
'musie students and music students designed 1to increase ernjoy-
ment of -music through ,a study ,of .style; Ifrom simple folk songg
-and dance forms 'to development of larger forms, Aindluing
symphony, opera, and 'ballet. A study will -'also be 'made of
'national schools. Principally a listening course; -butside 'listening
assignments required. Field trips to local concerts -will 'be 'ar-
ranged. 'Two credit 'hours per semester. No -prerequisite. 'Offered
for credit for one year. A student may enroll either semester.
(1R, 2L, 3P).
-INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Study and performance of
standard band materials suitable-for the group. 'Performance at
certain athletic events and other college functions. -Participation
in community activities. Meets twice a week. One credit hour
*.er -semester. Prerequisite: ability to perform on a musicA nstru-
ment with a private instructor. Prior approval of instructor by
years. (2L. IP).
-PRIVATE INSTRUCTION Credit will be offered to stu-
dents who wish to study a standard band or'orchestra instru-
ment and permission of instructor. Offered for credit -for two
-the college must be -obtained. One hour credit will be given 'for
one lesson per week -during the semester (minimum duration of
30 minutes and seven hours per week of practice). TPw 'hoe ms
credit will -be given for 2 lessons per week (not one -lesson sof
extended duration) and fourteen hours per week of practice.
'Practice hours are' to be considered hours spent on preparing -as-
signed materials, not performance, group practice, etc.,-unless ap-
,proved by college prior to such activity. Lesson materials are
subject to approval by music department -chairman.
S-MUSIC THEATER WORKSHOP Course designed "to-,give
more advanced students in music and drama the opportunity,'to
work together on stage. At least one production per semester
'will be prepared for public presentation. The class enrollment
will be limited to the -number of persons required for.the cast of
the principal .production. Tryouts will be held 'before end of -each
semester and during the registration period for the following
semester. Two hours credit per semester. (1R. '3L, '2P).
(LEGEND: R-Recitation; L-Laboratory; P-Outside 'Prepardtion.)


Efficiency Ideas Wanted
r All suggestions .which. will contribute ,to greater refficiency
or -economy 'are wanted. The more desirable suggestions
are those 'which accomplish one of the Following:
1. REDUCE -the cost of operations or ,services
2. ELIMINATE unnecessary operations or ,services.
3. IMPROVE "the quality of operations ,or .services.
4. DEVISE new tools, equipment, or ,processes.
5. SAVE manpower, materials cost money.


Taboga Planning


Saint Festival


S P I L L W A Y


Mav 31, 1963







SPILLWAY


May 31, 1963


NATHAN FLECKNER, multilingual Ad-
"ministrative Assistant in the Employee Ser-
vices Branch of the Personnel Bureau, knew
only 14 words of Spanish in 1939 when he
was named cashier in the Panama Canal
Water Office in Panama City.
At that time the office was on the first
floor of the Panama Railroad Station, and
,-the office handled the accounts for water
furnished Panama, as well as for railroad
lands. Of. necessity, he learned Spanish and
learned fast, for -he found himself faced with
handling about 3,100 accounts in Spanish. At
times, too, he had to represent his office
before the Alcalde in Panama City and a
knowledge of the Spanish language was a
must.
But languages come easy to Mr. Fleckner,
who spoke four or five, including Maygar-
Hungarian, as a boy, and he had little dif-
ficulty with Spanish.
Born in New York City, he came to
the Isthmus in December 1932 with the Ar-
my. He was with the 11th Engineers, and
then with the Assistant Chief of Staff G-2
until April 16, -1937, when he received an.
honorable discharge and came to work for
the Panama Canal. His first job was as
file clerk ih the former Record Bureau, Ad-
ministration Bqilding.

In July 1939 he was named assistant cash-.
ier in the Panama Canal Water Office in
Panama City. He was transferred to Colon
to take charge of the Panama Canal's Colon
water office in January 1941 and in May
1941 was brought back' to the Pacific side
office.

When a management contract went into
effect between the 'Panama Canal and the
Republic of Panama in 1946, he supervised
the hiring and training of employees who,
were to have charge of the water/ office.


If the plane on, which he was a purser hadn't
crashed, MAXWELL T. SMITH might still be
airborne instead of chairborne at the Panama
Canal Personnel Office.
Mr. Smith, Placement and Employee-Manage-
mhent Relations Specialist in Person'nel, was a
purser for Pahagra when he 'was seriously in.
jured in a' plane crash- in June 1934. One of
the four .persons, who survived out of the 10
who had been on the plane, he was hospitalized


On June 30, 1953 he transferred to the Plant
Inventory and Appraisal Staff of the Ac-
counting Division. He transferred to his pre-
sent position ifi September 1962.
He is married and owns his own home in.
Panama City. In addition to his wife, his
family includes a daughter, son-in-law and
granddaughter, who was 11 months old on
May 22.
He describes himself as an "S 0 G" Sil-
ly -Old Grandfather," for he's always car-
rying with him and .showing off his grand-
daughter's picture.
Mr. Fleckner's hobby is .photography, and
he does his own processing. Portrait work
is his specialty, but is done for his own
enjoyment.


for a 'year in Buenos Aires and then was brought
to Gorgas Hospital., Here he had the distinct
tion of being the first person in Gorgas Hos
pital upon whoibta sliding bone graft was per
formed.
After 'he recovered, Mr. Smith returned -to
Chile, where he was married, and then came
back to Panama, to work in the airline's office
In February 1938 he joined the Standard Oi
firm in Cristobal as assistant steamship agent
In July 1939 he joined the Panama Canal ani
was assigned to the. Camp Bierd office of the
Personnel Bureau. He has been with Person
nel ever since.
Outside working hours, Mr. Smith does quit
a bit of gardening at his Los Rios home.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith sing in the choir at Bal
boa Union Church. He is a chaplain of th
Masonic Lodge and a Past Patron of the Orde.
of the Eastern Star, of which his wife is a memn
ber. Mrs. Smith is a kindergarten teacher a
Diablo.
They are the parents of two sons and
daughter, all married, attending schools' in th
States, and working. Tom, the eldest, is studying,
electronic engineering at Northeastern Univer
sity, Boston, while working. Bob is studyingn
sociology, with a special slant -toward work
with delinquents, preparing for a position with
the police force in Phoenix, Arizona, and Be
verly has been attending Temple University in
Tennesee.


Representatives Liested



BUY FREEDOM BONDS


Do you know who the savings
bond representative is in your
unit?

The savings bond represen-
tative in each unit is prepared
to assist employees in arrang-
ing for bond purchases through
payroll' deductions.

President Kennedy recently
-pointed out "the importance of
widespread ownership of sav-
ings bonds to a sound and
growing economy."

The -following listing of say-
.ings bond representatives in
various units of the Canal or-
ganization covers only part of
the units. Additional units and
the representatives in them will
be given during the next few
weeks, until all units and the
savings bond representatives in
them have been listed. Watch
for yours.

PERSONNEL BUREAU: Per-
sonnel Director's Office, Miss
Virginia Keller; Wage and Clas-
sification Branch, Rufus Lovela-
dy; Employment and Place-
ment Branch, Maxwell T.
Smith; Records and Adminis-
aii. ;iaa Kelly.:


and Employee Services Branch,
Mrs. Vally Hutchings.
Information Office, Mrs. Eme-
lina Frensley; General Counsel,
Mrs. Grayce L. Nadeau; Magis-
trate Court, Cristobal, Rex E.
Beck; Magistrate Court, Bal-
boa, John Michaelis; Executive
Planning Staff, Mrs. Katherine
A. Lessiack; Internal Security,
Mrs. Mazie C. Schwarzrock;
Safety Branch, Mrs. Beatrice
B. Lucas.
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU:
Bureau representative, E. L.
Farlow; Customs Division, Ava
M. Howell; Fire Division, Fre-

New Accounts Chief

Donald J. Bowen, former As,
sistant Chief of the General
Ledger and Processing Branch,
has been appointed Chief of the
Agents Accounts Branch, it has
been announced by Philip L.
Steers, Jr., Comptroller. Bowen
succeeds James R. Johnston,
who retired from service this
month after 33 years with the
Panama Canal.
Bowen joined the Canal orga-
nization in 1940 and has been
with the Accounting Division
since 1951.


derick A. Mohl; Police Division
G. L. Koontz; License Section
Bonnie K. Thompson; Library
Museum, Alfred C. Bushell
Postal Division. Director's 01
fice, Robert L. Snyder; Ma:
Handling Unit, W. T. Halvos
Jr.; Balboa Post Office, E. N
Burton; Cristobal Post Offict
H. Corn. I
Schools Division, Mrs. Mar
cella Greene, Dr. C. L. Latimer
David A. Speir, Mrs. Mari
Neal. Miss Helen Starr, Joh
C. Fawcett, Roger D. Miche
William C. Garbbr, Howell At
well, Robert W. White, Mrs
Helen Rushing, George Gorcich
Paul L. Beck, Miss Ana Ben
nett. Carlos A. Vaz, Aston M
Parchment, G. Conliffe, -Wi
liam Wilkie, Alfredo Cragwell.
OFFICE OF THE COMIC
TROLLER: Office represel
tative, Kathleen M. McGuigan
Treasury Branch, Marta C. So
sa; Accounting Policies an
Procedures Staff, Rose A. M
Guigan; Accounting Divisiol
Dana B. Bissell; Payroll an
Machine Accounting Branch
Joan V. Corliss; Claims Branc
Barbara D. Peterson; Intern;
Audit Branch, Sydney G. Ha
phen; Budget and Rates Div
siol.$Ituart Wallace.


New Officers

Are Installed

By Engineers

Carl J. Browne, Maintenance
Engineer for the Canal, was
installed as 1964-65 president-
elect of the Canal Zone Society
of Professional Engineers 'and
Robert J. Risberg was installed
as president for.,this year dur-
ing a recent dinner meeting at
the Albrook Air Force Base Of-
.ficers' Open Mess.

it Retiring Engineer President
John D. Hollen administered the
. oath of office to the- recently
elected officers. The other of-
ficers are: William L. De La
Mater, vice president; Ernest
o W. Zelnidk, national, director;
e and Melvin Bierman, secretary-
S-treasurer.
. Past President Hollen pre-
d sented an "honorary engineer"
e certificate to Arthur J. O'Leary,
a- Deputy Comptroller of the Ca-
nal.
e


I- <

r Coming
t

a

r- Events
g

gk May 3 1 1 The Inter Ameri-
h can Scout Council will meet
e. in Panama City.
n June 7 S 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 Pa-is and consists of 100
dancers.
June 2 Canal Zone COllege
Baccalaureate Services, Bal-
boa High School Activities
h Building at 4 p.m. Public
'- invited.

f- June 3 Canal Zone College
il Graduation Exercises, Balboa
a High School Activities Build-
q. ing at 8:00 p.m. Speaker will
be Dr. Roy R. White, Director
of the Florida State Universi-
r- ty Canal Zone Program.
r, Public invited.
e June 16 Father's Day in the
n Canal Zone. K
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IDEAS ARE EVALUATED
The merits of an employee
suggestion and the value of the
benefits to be derived from
it are determined by the au-
thority in charge of the, subject
matter. The decision as to
whether or not a suggestion will
be adopted and merits an
award is determined by the
Incentive Awards Committee.
All sincere suggestions are
evaluated; none are thrown
away without consideratioP.


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTULGHT r--


Page Four


CFN-TV

SCHEDULE


SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-This Is The Life
4:00-Erploring
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
,- Review
9:00-Price is Bight
9:30-Merv Griffin
10:00-Alumni Fun
10:30-Christophers
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Emc: Jack Pdar
Show

MONDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Expedition Colorado
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Zone Grey Theater
7:00-Bienvenido
7:15-Air Force Story
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Combat
8:55--CFN News
9:00-Movietime- "New
Orleans"
10:30-Panic
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-Ted Mack
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure i
7:00-Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith Show
8:00-Garry Moore
8:55-CFN News
s:00-Armchair Theater-
"On Our Merry
Way"
10:15-Tenn. Ernie Ford
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Combat

WEDNESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Shari Lewis
S: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-Fight of the Week
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Garry Moore

THURSDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-School Story
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Navy Relief Drawing
7:30-All-Star Golf
8:30-As Ceaser Sees It
8:55-CFN News
9:00-Sing Along With
Mitch
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-American Musical
Theater
:00--4 Star Edition
6:30-Report
7:00-College Bowl
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
Fenster
8:00-Dinah Shore Show
8:55--CFN News
9:00-Candid Camera
9i30-I've Got A Secret
10:00-Jack Paar Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Friday Night
Theater "Echo
Murders'*

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00-Saturday Matinee-
"New Orleans"
5:30-Celebrity Golf
6:00-CFN News
6:20-Billboard
8:30-Big Picture
7:00-Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00--Lawrence Welk
8:55-CFN News
9:00-US Steel Hour
10:00-Wrestling
10:30-What's My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Saturday Night
Theater- "Dual
Alibi"
... .. ..r








El cintur6n de seguridad


puede salvarle la vida


Vol. 1 No. 50


VIERNES 31 de MAYO de 1963


Taboga: Tierra de las Flores


tu eres mi inspiration


0 0 0


El Gobernador Fleming, quien propugna el uSo de esos cin-
turones, no s6lo los tiene instalados en .su cargo official, sino en el
suyo privado. Opina el Gobernador que el cintur6n no s6lo sirve
como protecci6n sino que acrecenta la comodidad en el viaje es-
pecialmente en jiros s6bitos, curvas y vueltas.


"Creo que el cintur6n de se-
guridad me salvo la vida". de-
clar6 el CapitAn Roy H., Rice,
imo de los 3 pilots del Canal.
de PanamA que qued6 herido
como' resultado del accident
automovilistico del 15 de abril.
El capitfn Rice, resident de
Almond Street, Balboa, fue el
inico que de los pasajeros del
vehiculo que se habia ajustado
el intur6n cuando sobrevino el
accident. Aun cuando sufri6
series heridas, opina que ha-
brian podido ser peores y qui-
zAs hasta fatales -de no haber
estado pro(egido por el cintu-
ron de seguridad del itsiento
del carro. El coche se detuvo
fatn de subito que el reloj par6
al instant.
Esos cinturones han sido ins-
-talados en todos los vehiculos
de pasajeros del Canal de Pa-
nama y se urge a los emplea-
dos que los utilicen que em-
pleen el cintur6n de protec-


ci6n).
El capitAn Rice, quien traba-
,a con la organizaci6n desde
1950, realize como tres viajes
transistmicos semanales y abo-
ga vehementemente por que se
utilicen los cinturones de segu-
ridad citados. como 41 viene
haci6ndolo desde su in.stalaci6n,
aun para viajes cortos.
La Asociaci6n de Fabrican-
tes de Carros dice que 14 Esta-
dos y el Distrito de Columbia
tienen ya leyes que exijen la
instalaci6n de esos cinturones
en todos los coaches nuevos.
Winsconsin fue el primero en
implantarlos desde 1962. Virgi-
-nia y Mississppi -en,'1963. Los.
mismos reglamentos o leyes '-'
empezaran a regir en 1964 enl
-los models de ese afio o en ini-
cio del afio calendario en los
Estados de Nuevo M6xico, In-
diana, Tennessee, Minnesota,
4ebrasca, Washington, Ver-
mont, Georgia y Rhode Island.


Un variado y atractivo pro-
grama de festejos es el que
se estS preparando para las
Fiestas Patronales de la Isla
de Taboga, las que se inician
el 16 de julio, Dia de la Vir-
gen del Carmen, y finalizan
el 21 con dos procesiones: la
traditional maritima, a las -9
de la mahiana, y la de las
flores, h las 3 de la tarde.
El program abarca oficios
religiosos, fuegos artificiales,
rifias de gallos, regatas de
yates y botes, baloncesto,
beisbol y bailes populares.
La singular procesi6n ma-
ritima de la Santa Patrona
de Taboga la encabeza la lan-
cha en que va la Virgen del
Carmen, adornada con bellas
flores de 1la isla, acomp.aiada
,por el Cura Parroco y auto-
ridades del lgar. Le siguen


inmediatamente detras la lan-
cha con los cantores, la de la
orquesta y las de los devo-
tos.
Los b a.r cos camaroneros
que pescan en aguas aleda-
fias se unen ordinariamente
a la procesi6n, que primero
navega en redondo por la Ba-
hia, y luego complete un re-
corrido alrededor de la ;Ila
misma.
En vista de la gran cantidad
de residents de.Panami y
de la Zona del Canal que a-
nualmente asiste a las Fies-
tas Patronales de.Taboga, el
Institute Panamefio de-Turis-
mo mantendrA un servicio
continue de lanchas entire la
capital y la isfa.
Las__ celebraciones de la-
Fiestas Patronales de Taboga.


ofrecen a d e m a s magnifica
oportunidad a turistas nacio-
nales y extranjeros para visi-
tar sitios de interns en la is-.
la, tales comno el Obelisco de
las" Madres; el Parque Muni-
cipal, con el busto del pa-
triarca Benjamin Quintero Al-
varez; el Cerro de la Cruz
del Sinial, y el Morro, con su
Cementerio Ingles, donde re-
posan los restos de altos fun-
cionarios de la Compafia de
Navegaci6n a Vapor del Pa-
cifico.
La isla misma, coh sus es-
trechas y zigzagueantes ca-
lies boideadas de flores y
plants es sitio ideal para los
aficionados a la fotografia, y
las aguas que la rodean, con
abundant sierra, pargo, cor-
vina, langosta y camar6n,
una delicia para los pescado-
res.


El Lunes abren matriculas


para los cursos de verano


de la Univ. de Florida


La matricula para los cursos
de verano de la Universidad
Estatal de Florida, en la Zona
del 'Canal, se abrir el, lunes 3
de junior tanto en el sector atlAn-
tico cuanto en el pacifico. La
matricula estara' abierta hasta
el viernes 7 de junio.
En la zona del pacifico el re-
gistro de matriculas se llevara
en el edificio nimero 95 del
Fuerte Clayton, donde funcio-
nan las oficinas de la Universi-
dad Estatal de Florida. Los
dias martes 5 y mi6rcoles 6 de
junior tambi6n se registrarAn
matriculas en la rotunda del

Como presenter
sugestiones
Una sugesti6n es una pro-
posiclon definitiva, hecha
con la intensi6n de que sea
de valor para la organiza-
ci6n del Canal de Panama.
Debe Ilenar las siguientes
condiciones indispensables:
a). ser presentada por es-
crito.-
b) Ilenar un prop6sito defi-
nido y 6til.
c) involucrar una mejora
o cambio o innovaci6n pro-
vechosa.
d) solucionar un problema
o sugerir un modo de ha-
cerlo en forma provechosa
y factible.


edificio administrative de Bal-
boa Heights.
En la costa atlantica ]as ma-
triculas seran registradas en
el edificio nfimero 32 de Fuerte
Davis. donde estAn ubicadas las
oficinas de la citada Universi-
dad.
Los cursos en el sector paci-
fico constarAn de 12 materials
que se darAn durante las 8 se-
manas comprendidas entire el
10 de junior y el 2 de agosto.
Las materials incluyen: sociolo-
gia general; Algebra colegial;
humanidades, contabilidad; geo-
metria plana analitica litera-
tura; historic de los Estados
Unidos; introducci6n a la lite-
ratura castellana; concepts de
manejo de negocios; historic de
Rusia; problems de la ense-
fianza elemental y secundaria
en las escuelas; introducci6n a
la historic y sistema de pSico-
logia.
Las cinco materials que se da-
rAn en la zona atlafltica com-
prenden: civilizaci6n occiden-
tal; psieologia general; riesgos
y seguros; introducci6n a la li-
teratura castellana; e historic
diplomAtica de los Estados Uni-
dos.
Las classes seran de las 6:30
a.m. a las 9 p.m. segim las ma-
terias. Para matricularse se
require diploma de ensefian-
za secundaria o su equivalent.
Solo se darAn materials para
las cuales se matriculen un mi-
nimo de veinte personas.


No todos los j6venes
estudiantes estuvi e r o n
juntos, ya que compare-
cieron al teatro citado en
tres grupos distintos, los
del Colegio Abel Bravo,
los del Colegio La Sa-
lle y los del Jos6 Guardia.
La amena y detallada
pl4tica del senior Baldwin
fu6 ilustrada con proyec-
ci6n de diapositivos en la
pantalla, los que sirvieron
para fijar mas claramente
en la mente diversos pun.
tos de la narrative.
Para adicionar lo dicho
por el Jefe de la Oficina
de Informaci6n del Canal
de Panama, se pas6 luego
una cinta sobre el Canal
que mereci6 Ia entusiasta
acogida de todos los que


la presenciaron. atlintica por algunos fun-
El senior Baldwin fue cionarios del Servicio de
acompaiiado a la costa Guias.

Certaimenes de Graduacion

en Escuelas de la Zona


El certamen de graduaci6n
de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa ha quedado fijado para
el martes 4 de junio a las oecho
de la noche. La ceremonia se
iniciara a la hora exacta en el
Teatro de Balboa y se ruega a
los invitados presentarse a
tiempo, pues nadie serA admi-
tido en la sala despues de lar
ocho.
Los 333 graduandos asistirAn
el domingo en la tarde a una ce-
remonia de graduaci6n que em-
pezara a las dos y treinta.
EN CRISTOBAL TAMBIEN
Cien alumnos recibirAn su di-
ploma en la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Crist6bal el martes 4
tambinri. El certamen se lleva-


rA a -efecto en el Auditorio di
la escuela. Un excelente pro
grama ha sido preparado para
el acto.
El domingo a las cinco de I&
tarde los graduandos celebra-
rAn los ejercicios tradicionalet
(baccalaureate) en el auditorii
de la escuela secundaria.
Y LA UNIVERSIDAD DE LA
ZONA?
Tambien celebrara su certa
men de graduaci6n, pero en _4
auditorio de la escuela secun
daria de Balboa, el lunes 3 di
junior a las ocho de la noche
Para cada uno de esos actol
ban circulado invitaciones espe
ciales.


El Cana l de P=am".u.







PILLWAY






S-P IL-LW AY -Mayo 31, 1963


,JOS.E PABLO -VELASQUEZ, quien aparece -arriba en la fotogra-
4fia con la Profesora Doctora doia .Georgina Jim6nez -de. L6pez,
-fue unoa de los j6venes beneficiados con beca para estudiar en la
Universidad-de P.anama, donada por la Asociaci6n de Contadores
idel Gobierno Federal (Zonh del Canal). -,Dos j6venes mas (Ro-
rbert : Eggleston -y -Gene -Frauenhelm) tambi6n recibieron becas.
',Los tres -son -estudiantes-de contabilidad.


P. J. Murphy
"Remplaza a
S. 1. Berkowitz
Patrick J. Murphy, -un cali-
forniano de 137 afitos Ide eddd,
.asumi6 esta ,semana sus obli-
gaciones como -el primer Fun-
cionario ide Sentencias .'Proba-
.torias de la "Zona del Canal en
forma permanent. El reempla-
za ,a Seymour I. -Barkowitz,
quien ha sido Funcionario In-
terino de Sentencias Probato-
rias desde el 2 de enero, cuando
el cargo fue establecido.
Graduado de la Universidad
del Sur de California en Jiunio
de 1955, -el -Sr. -Murphy -ha -es-
tado empleado como un Fun-
cionario Federal de Sentencias
Probatorias'-en Los Angeles y
San Francisco antes de ,ocupar
el cargo 'en la Zona del Ca-
nal. El recibi6 un grado de
"Master"- en administraci6nmpi-
blica en 1960.
El lleg6 a la Zona del Canal
acompafiado por su esposa,
Shirley, graduada -en el Insti-
tuto 'de Arte ide San Francisco,
una consumada pintora -y es-
cultora, que -ha tenido varias
exposiciones individuals en-. las
iAreas de San Francisco -y Los
Angeles. Ella -,ensefi6 tambien
en el Colegio del Valle de San


LIONEL D. BEST, convirti6 ideas en:dinero.y lo ,vemos -en ins-
tantes en que recibede manoss del,.Gobernador'Riobert J. Fleming,
Jr., un cheque por $15100' y un certificado-firmado.por -el Gober-
nador por una sugesti6n relacionada con las operaciones de lt
*.Unidad .de AReproducciones donde '-Best trabaja.- ;El premio fue
lobtenido .con --sujeci6n al 'Programa de Premiopor Incentivas.


Bernardino 'durante idos ,anios.
La -madre.- de ia .sefiora 'Mur-
phy, la Sra. Helen Rousseau,
.que residi6 anteriormente -en
Mill Valley, California, tambien
-acompafi6, a :su hija ,y yerno a
la 'Zona del Canal. La, Sra.
Rousseau, al igual que su hija,
-es una consumada artistt.


: El Sr. Barkowitz, ;que fue
consejero :en la Escuela Inter-
media de Diablo Heights antes
-de ocupar -el cargo provisional
de Funcionario 'Interino de-Sen-
tencias Probatorias -en -enero,
regresari a la -escuela de Dia-
blo este verano como Subdi-
* rector.


se las


:den


de


-li
buhos




Buzos


A los deportistas que-les gusta elebuceo.,y:el esqui ,acuitico
en el Canal de Panamaiy aguas advacentes, no pueden salir sim-
plemente en cuaiquier. direcci6n. '-Hry reliamentos-que cumplir
en:estos-dia i.
,-as actividIades-del b-uceo,.en la -ona del -Canal -fueron res-
trngidass -hace -mas :de on -aho.-por 'imedio "de una orden emitida
powr el -Secretario del 'Ejercito -que peso fuera -de limited cierlas
areas para laleaza submarine y:.prohibi6 -a lo; que la pracitcan,
buceir -or- la-noche. Tambien se les-ordeno desplagar una ban.
dera. -
Otra .orckmn incluida recientemene en lo, reglamentos de la
'Zona -del Canial,-prohibe -el -esqui acua ico enEre el atardecer y -el
:amaneeer y requirer, que -cualquier ,esquiador -acuatico :debe 'es-
tair- ba-o -constante,.observaei6n de una .-persona :que tenga por lo
- menos -12 afios;:de-edad.
--Seg6n -o .ppublicado 'en el 'Federal Register," .pubIicaci6n _'de
4os ,Archios iadionaJes de -los -5Estados AUnidos, -el 3 ,de -mayo .de
1963, los-regtamentas que rigen Ia .pctioa .del -esqui acuaticoidis-
ponen Io sigulente:
"'Al re"rb'car ,afruna 7.pesso- Nfiqguna -persona -hara ,-uso
ina :sobre-esquies .acutjtoos .o -deJos eesquieshacadticos *o de
,sobre' unideslizdor:ui.otvpiar- -" n ideslizador ;.u'otvotar ttacto
tefactosithifar,r-ona.4anoha. u "-siuMiiar een "'al meanera -aue
-otra -embarecacin coar- quiera ::consituya -un.peligro -a la vi-
,Ievear, ademas -del .operario dacde ,-alguien o rJiego al cuer-
ide la fmisma, .a un:oabserva- apoioo ,propiedad .de ;persona
idovride por :Io -,menos '122 aos aajuls4'".
de edad, y:cofocado,-enJla.lan- n.-eneroMdee 1962 .se 'intlu-
-cha,,o-embar-aci6nide-letal mo- ,y6 una voriden een '4os Re~gla-
:do 2que spueda 'mrantener ?al rmentosidela Z!ona .del G:anal
,operario: plena-mente iinforma- -al -'efecto -de ;que ,,se prohibia
-do .de todasI.|as ;ondiciones el.bueeoeengAguasidelaIaiona
ue ue puedenslgnificararpeligeo lel Ganal a -menos aque estu-
,!a la persona queefstissien.do -viese -aotorueddo porrescrito
e- emolcadaoea:Lcuaiquier-.ttra ppor Ja CXaitania Mdel -Prterto
,,)ropiedad:ojipersona,-en.-4ave- ide. BalbWoa o ide Crist6bal.
.indad. -E I .observadortestari T-ambin;-pr-6hibia- elrbuceo. en
,alerta -y- inahtendrcaal.axbpena- 'tboeas ode l.Ja noche.
rio informado -de todo peligro. Isos vFele-amentos esttipola-
'El operario -dedoeari-toda su ban ademas Aque ;se tdeberia
.atenci6n ra a uopebaci6n de la desplegar *del nmastil de la
lancha u otra emblarcaci6n de zembarcacion eque .utilizaba el
manera segura. buzo una abandera roja de
"'Ninguna .persona operara aproximadamente 18 pulga-
una lancha u otra ,embarca- daspor 12men tamafio.
ci6n en aguas de la'Zona del En esa ocasi6n -se orden6
Canal remolcando a una per- -que la bandera tuviese una
sona o personas;.sobre-esquies rraya diagonall -.de 2unas tres
acuiticos o' sobre un desliza- pulgadas y media -del extre-
doir u -otro artefacto similar mo superior .de" Ja bandera
ni persona alquna.,practicar -del lado que cda haciaael as-
_el esqui ,acuitico. usara el ta al extreme inferior-del-la-
deslizador o practtcarA otra ;do-exteriortde;,-la-ban'dera'.';EI
actividad-sim-lar entre'.las ho- -nuevo regtamento cavhbia el
ras del atardeter -el amane- color de esa raya-de.arnarillo
cer. a :.blanoo.


,Sueseiones Deseaibles
La svugestiones -mis .deseables .son -aquellasvque pvopenadan -a:
a) redudir -ml -costo ide -operaciones -y services.
-h* -Atiminar -opeseaiones'o iservieios,4nnecesarios.
-e) -e ieorars'e capacter. dei-las opeeacionesvy semvicios.
(d inven awr muevas herramientas, qq4ipo .-o,.pocedimientos.
e a oelWrbiMmno de obra. materials y tempo.


y


CB EL V/IIULODEADELAT


iMANAEJE CON CUIOADO EN TODAr PARTIES


,SrP', I i.LLW..--A,,Y


ARayo 11, 1963


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Aruam E'IsqUiad-orels











Fogueado rival tendra


I. Laguna en Colombia


Rumbo a Bogot6, Colombia,
parti6 el lunes el quinto peso
pluma del mundo; fr mael La-
guna, quien celebrara una pe-
lea a diez asaltos en la capi-
tal colombiana. el viernes 7
de junio en la Plaza Santa
Maria.
El rival de Laguna sera el


peso pluma colombiano An-
tonio "Moahila" H-e r r e:r a,
quien ha ganado 64 peleas en
66 combates profesionales.
Laguna, que se- encuentra
invicto en 27 peleas profesio-
nales, harA su segunda pre-
sentaci6n fuera de Panama,
ya que en 1961 venci6 en Ma-


racaibo, Venezuela, al cam-
pe6n venezolano Castor Cas-
tillo por decision en diez asal-
tos.
"Mochila" Herrera ostenta
triunfos- sobre los pugiles pa-
namehos: Jos6 Edwin, Stan-
ley Wilson y Valentin Brown.


EL DEPORTIVO WELSH fue el campe6n de softball masculine deI sector Pacifico en el program
de recreaci6n-de verano de' las comunidades Latinoamericanas de la Zona.,del Canal y susijuga-
dores recibieron premios el s'bado por la noche en el Gimnasio de Santa Cruzi. Los integrantes'
del equipo son: G. Whitaker, I.t Barber, W. Brathwaite, L. Perry, J. Stennett; K. Ei elyn, M, Bent;
D. Wilson, P. Malcolm, R. Millett, R. Julie; C. Welsh, H. Welsh, J. Tbppin; Ri Richards y J.
Archibald.


El sopapo andar holio


en Col0n, el
El, boxeo aficionado de Col6n
tiene programado para el do-
mingo 2 de junmo en, la ATena,
de Col6n. una interesante car-
tilla de cinco, 2ombates, inter-
viniendo destacados pugilistas
de ]a Costa AtlAntica.
El program confeccionado es
el siguiente:
EMlix Camargo vs.
Felix Castillo
105 libras


JOSE N. FRENCH; de Santa Cruz, recibi6 el sibado por la noche
una placa con inscripci6n' y una. ptuma fuente con su nombrer
grabado por haber salvado la vida deo la nifia Patricia Bailey, que.
aparece a su lado. Esto ocurri6 el 27 de febrero de 1962 en la
piscina de Gamboa cuando Patricia estuvo a punto de ahogarse
y el jovencito, de s6lo 14 anos de edad, se lanz6 al agua y la res-
cat6; Con ellos aparece la.-senoraz Prudina de Bailey, madre de
Patricia; a quien correspondi6 entregar la placa al joven French,
en el acto- Ilevado a cdabo.enn eV.Gimnasio' de-SantarCruz, organi-
zado- por elt Concejo Civico-de SantaaCruz.


Doiingo 2
Ramiro; Hurtado vs.
Elpidio G6ndola
118. libras
Domingo HernAndez vs.
Victor Cuadra
138 libras
Vernal Farmun. vs..
Thomas Gondon
125.libras
Jos6 Garcia vs:.
Daniel. HernAndez
120 libras


En refiido. pkito Francis


derrot6 a Aguaiire el 60
El campe6n pluma del Istmo, Berisford- Francis, obtuvo -el
domingo- par' la noche, una victoria por nocaut t6cnico en seis
asaltos sobre el-colonense Justiniano Aguilar; en -el combat se-
fialado a.diez, vueltas celebrado en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Durante cinco.: asaltos el encuentro' result sensacionali debi-
do a los intensos- cambios de golpes de los boxeadores, pero en
el sexto; Francis Fogr6 conectar fuertes'golpes a la cara de Agui-
lar, quien decidi6, no continuar la pelea, despu6s de, alegar que
le habianrote un- diente inferior en ese asalto.


ESTAS SON" LAS, integrantes, del. equipo, Deportivo, Jules; que- conquist6"el campeonato-de'softball
del Sector Pacifico en-el program de recreaci6n de verano en las comunidades Latinoamericanas
de la Zona del Canal y que recibieron sus pre mios el sibado por la noche en- el Gimnasio do
Santa Cruz, en el acto organizado por el Conce-jo Civico de' Santa Cruz presidido por el senior
Julian Hoyt. Las jugadoras son Ovira Jules, Dorothy Beckford, Betty Barber, Carol Grazette,
Margarita George, Wilma Julie, Vilma McKenzie, Lurlene Bowen, Elma .Garbutt, Jacqueline Black-
man;, Beverly Grazette; Sarah- Ramsey, Ida Ramsey, Virginia Grazette, Eleanore Millett; Elena
Amantine, Dorothy Graham; Diana Blackman; Lilian- Blackn'an y Olga- Lucas.


a P dsparian



aqu Laguna y Utiminio
Wi". **uB^t 'ns'


Dosw promotoresv de Panama se estan disputando el:
derecho de presentar en el Istmo el combat por el titulo
mundiai. 'de peso' pluma entire' el campe6n Ultiminio "Su-
gar" Ramos;,do" Cuba, y el colonense Ismael Laguna.,
Los promotores son Jorgp A. Panay, un conceal del
Distrito de PanamA, y, Carlos&E. Guevara Jr., Juez Terce-
oo Municipal, quienes sostienen tener cada uno la promeo
sa de Ramos o, de su apoderado Cuc, Condo, para presen-
tar esa pelea en Panama.
De llevarse a cabo este encuentro, seria en el mes


'de Agosto oI en el verano pr6ximo, de acuerdo con dos
compromises pendientes que tiene Ramos, uno con el ni-
geriano Raffiu King:el 13 de Julio proximo en M6xico y
el otro con el campe6n mundial de. peso-gallo, el brasile-
no Eder Jofre, en fecha no determinada todavia, en Los
Angeles.
En lo inico que estin de acuerdo los dos promotores,
es que' 16s fan'ticos del Istma deberr presenciar un enm
cuentrode campeonato mundial en el cual participe La-
guna.


Pagina Tres


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Mayo 31, 1963


CANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:30 Documental
12:00 Ponameno Panamenio
12:30 Show del Mediodia
1:30 Cine en su Casa
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:30 Documental
6:30 Jitazo Royal
7:00 Rodeo
8:00 Ciudad Deenuda
9:00 Un Paso al Mas
All&
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12i30 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
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 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 d6
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
200 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
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
f 7:30 Biografia
8:00 Fred Astaire
Present
9:00 Imperio del Oeste
10:00 Noticias
310:15 Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
12:00 Carnaval de
S 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 Muler
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Dibujos Animados
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
10gl5 Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00 -Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 nine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 ]leportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
SCartones
S:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta d Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30 International Show
Time
30 La Hora Once
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00. Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
S3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Muler
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 El Cegato Magoo
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Hombre del Rifle
7:30 Picapiedras -
9:00 Boris Karloff
9:00 El Fabricante de No-
ticias
9 o30 Mantovani
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

SABADO
12:00' Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Teleteatro
3:00 Avances
3:15 Reportajes Mundiales
4:00 Sarao de Teved6s
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Combate
8.00 Ben Casey
8:00 Programa Especial
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Teleteatro


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CANAL.4
DOMINGO
Todo* poz "i Patria
Inasector Leclercr
Salvese Quien Pueda
Hazafias del 'Espa.
cio.
.La Comedia Silente
Cita Inlormal
Novel Semanal
Pelicula -
Alegrias Intantiles
Furia
Cero Uno
Bonanza
Jelatura 87
Hong Kong
Pelicula
LUNES ,
Alegrsas Infantilels
Palaros. de Acero
Noticias,
Carrousel Hipico"
novela aeman al
Buenas fardes
Documental
La locima en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
)uato.
Literes Comicas
Patrulla de Puerto
Ley del Revolver.
Nottclia
RBin tin Tin
Legi6n Extranjera
La Gloria Qued6
Atxts '
rnsionr a (Novela)
Hfluta 66
Noticias
MARTES
Alegrias anioantiles
Siguiendo el Rastro
ifoticlas
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buena's Tardes
) Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
juato
'iteres y Comicas
Patrulla de Puerto
Yoqi sear
Noticias
Studio Pepsi
El .Martes a las 8
(vivo. musical)
La Gloria Qued6
Atras
Prisionera (Novela)
El Tercer Hombre
Noticias
Pelicula
MIERCOLES
Alegrias lniantiles
Diario do a Bordo
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Novel Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana.
juato.
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Ivanhoe
Noticias
Sir Francis Drake
C6micos y Cancio-
nes.
La Gloria Qued6
Atras
Prisionera (Novela)
Dr. Kildare
Noticias
JUEVES
Alegrias Infantiles
Jinete de la Pradera
Nodcias
Carrousel Hipico
Novel Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
juato
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Lassie
Noticias
Kraft Musical
La H o r a Orange
Crush
La Gloria Qued6
Atr6s
Prisionera (Novela)
Dick Powell Show
Noticias
VIERNES
Alegrias Infantiles
Jet Tackson
Noticlas
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Momias de Guana-
iuato
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Annie Oakley
Noacias
Bat Masterson
Las Estrellas y Ud.
La Gloria Qued6
Atras
Pricionera (Novela)
La Era Siniesira
Boxeo
Noticias
SABADO
Alegrias infantiles
Llanero Solitario
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Mi Carretilla y Yo
Yo Quiero a Lucy
Momias de Guana-
iuato
Informe Cientifico
Panorama Paname-
rlcano
Club Infantil Televito
Patrulla de Puerto
Investigador .S ub-
marino
Noticias
Laramie
Perry Mason
Suspense
Notlcias
Pelicula


HARRY C. ABRAHAM, primer capataz en
la Division de Terminales en Crist6bal y con
19 arios al servicio' del Canal de Panama,
dirige las operaciones de carga, principal-
mente en el Muelle 7 de Crist6bal. Su traba.
jo consiste en recibir, despachar y almace-
nar la carga en formaa adecuada. Hace 40
anos vino al Istmo procedente de Kingston,
Jamaica y trabaj6 desde 1926 hasta 1950 con
la United Fruit Company como jefe verifica.
dor,'pero tambi6n hacia trabajos para el Ca-
nal de Panama. Es casado, reside en Col6n
y tiene 6 hijos, dos de los cuales estan estu-
diando en la Universidad de Panami, uno
en la Escuela de Medicina y el otro.en Ad-
ministraci6n Publica. Abraham fue el pri.
mer president del Comit6 Asesor de Ope-
raciones, responsible del program de en-
trenamiento de los estibadores en Crist6bal.


Bajo el encabezado PEOPLE IN
THE SPOTLIGHT aparecen en la
secci6n inglesa: NATHAN FLECK-
NER, Ayudante Administrativeo de
la Division de Servicios a Emplea-
dos de la Direcci6n de Personal,
quien solo conocia 14 palabras en
castellano cuando se le design
Cajero Auxiliar de la Oficina del
* Agua del Canal de Panami en
1939. Al poco tiempo dominaba el
idioma lo suficiente como para
acudir a la Alcaldia de Panama
en asuntos relacionados con la
Oficina del Agua. Y ello nada te-
nia de extrafio pues Fleckner es
un polig~lota que sabe cinco idio-
mas, Inclusive el Maygar hungaro.
Mr. Fleckner reside en la ciudad
de Panama con su esposa y fami-
lia, inclusive una nietecita de 11
meses. Su pasatlempo preferido
eS la fotografia en la que descue-
Ila por su destreza y arte.


RICHARD M. CONOVER, es-
pecialista en clasificaci6n de
posiciones en la Direcci6n de
Personal, tiene tres pasatiem.
pos: deportes, filatelia y bonos.
Ha jugado en partidos de cam.
peonato en ligas de baloncesto,
de pelota y de volleyball.

Vino al Istmo procedente de
Somerville, Mass., cuando aun
era un nifio y estudi6 en las es-
cuelas de Balboa y Crist6bal.
Luego se gradu6 en la Univer-
sidad de Bradley, Peoria,
Illinois. Trabaja con el Canal
de Panama desde 1951; es ca-
sado y reside en La Boca con
su esposa y tres hijos.


CALENIARIU BlE EVENTS
MAYO
-Exhibici6n de 6leos de Alberto Dutary en el edificio del
Magisterio Panamefio Unido, Urbanizacion Obarrio.
31- BALLET DE SERGE GOLOVINE: Suite-de Danzas; Es-
pectro de la Rosa; -Cascanueces, Corrida; Pas de Trois y
Suite en Blanc. Teatro Rio a las 8:15 p.m.
31- 1-Junio. El Consejo Interamericano de Exploradores e
reunira en la Ciudad de Panama.
J'U N IO 0
2 Cumpleafios de Su Majestad la Reina Isabel II de
Gran Bretafia.
2 Aniversarlo de la Repfblica de Italia.
7-8-BALLET FOLKLORICO DE MEXICO. Presentacieset
en el Teatro Rio. MAs de 100 participants en Este so-
berbio espectcu1lo. Bqletos en el Departamento de CV-l
tura de Panama. (Contiguo al DENI).
13 Fiesta de San Antonio en Puerto Armuelles y Pefiablanca.
16 -- Dia del Padre en la Zona del Canal.
24 Fiesta de San Juan en Penonom6 y en Chitr6.
29 Fiesta de San Pedro en Los Pozos y La Colorada.



Todos tendran derecho


a adquirir los bonos

Durante el mes de junio los este program, invirtiendo mai
empleados tendrAn oportunidad de $125.000 cada mes en bonos
de, adquirir Bonos de Ah6rro de que devengan un inter6s anua
la Libertad, de los Estados Uni- de 3-% por ciento, calculado se
dos, mediante deducciehes en mi-anualmente. Los bonos ma
planilla. Todos los. empleados duran a los 7 afios y 9 meses.
del Canal de Panama pueden
participar en el program, se- Cada empleado recibira infor
guin anuncio hecfo por D. J. maci&n detallada sobie est(
Paolucci, funcionario de los Bo- program y c6mo enrolarse ey
nos de Ahorro. el mismo, autorizando las de
Al moment como 3,638 em- ducciones correspondientes ei
pleados del Canal participan en su planilla de pagos.
Ca4a dependencia del Canal de Panam6 tiene su represent.
tante de los Bonos de Ahorro con el objeto de que quienes le de,
searen puedan obtener de l! toda la informaci6n pertinenfe.
(Consulte la lista que aparece en nuestra secci6n inglesa pa,
ra su unidad).


-GEN'rrE EN LA NOTICIA

CANUTE S. COCKBURN, jefe
de empleados encargados de
cargamento de la Secci6n "B"
de la Aduana de Crist6bal en
la Divisi6n de Terminales, ha
". i)prestado servicios al Canal de
-Panami durante los 61timos 23
. .. arjos, 21 de los cuales pas6 en
el Departamento de Reclamos
de la misma division. El Ileva
el control del recibo y entrega
de carga local; tiene bajo sus
6rdenes a los verificadores y
obreros de la secci6n. Ademis
ayuda a preparar los materia-
les para el entrenamiento de
WIN "_ los verificadores. Cockburn na-
ci6 en Col6n, es casado y resi-
de en Rainbow City. Tiene seis
hijos y la mayor; Vilma Ame-
S.lia, estudia comercio en una es-
S.. cuela secundaria de N u e va
; York; Hace various arios fue se-
cretario y tesorero del Capitu-
lo de Crist6bal del Gremio 900
del Sindicato de Trabajadores.


SILVESTER L. MORGAN, constructor de muelles en la Di-
visi6n de Terminales de Crist6bal, Ileva ya 24 aios al servicio
del Canal de Panama. Es el capataz de una cuadrilla encargada
del mantenimiento de muelles (v6ase Spillway No. 45 del 26 de
abril de 1963) que tiene en conjunto 211 alios al servicio del
Canal. Morgan naci6 en Bocas del Toro y en 1939 vino a traba.
jar con la Divisi6n de Dragas en Gamboa, en la cual prest6 ser-
vicio durante 3 alios antes de ser trasladado a la Divisi6n db
Terminales. Es casado y tiene 2 hijas, casadas ya; reside en
Col6n y esta muy satisfecho con su trabajo.




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