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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: June 7, 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: VID00410
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift ofkhe Ph1CM


Astronauts Given


Astronauts Train In. Zone Survival Training

=The 16 astronauts of ,the Na- They are Neil Armstrong,
tional Aeronautics and Space Frank Borman, M. Scott Car-
Administration's manned space peter, Charles Conrad, Jr., L.
flight programs received in- Gordon Cooper, Jr., John H.
struction in jungle survival this Glen, Jr.. V. I. "Gus" Gris-
week at the USAF's Caribbean som, James Lovell, James Mc-
Air Command Tropic Survival Divitt, Walter M. Schirra, Jr.,
School- at Albrook -Air Force Elliot M. See, Jr., Alan B.
Base, followed by field train- Shepard, Jr., Donald K. Slay-
ing in the local jungle. ton, Thomas P. Stafford, Ed-
The astronauts, all assigned ward H: White II, and John W.
to NASA's Manned Spacecraft Young.
Center at Houston, Texas, in- Four .- other Manned Space-
clude the seven Project Mer- raft Center personnel partici-
cury astronauts and the nine )ated in the training. They
astronauts named by the agency vere Dr. George B. Smith of
in September 1962 to partici- .he Aeromedical Section, Ray
pate in the follow-on program- Zed6kar a nd Bud Ream of
Projects Gemini and Apollo. Flight" Crew Operations Divi-
"The two groups have been in- -sion, and James Barnett of
tegrated to furnish NASA with Life Systems Division.
a 16-man team of-test pilot-, This marked the first time
engineers for future manned that the astronauts have re-
flights,. "urn 'o' Page 3, No. 10
I 1 l .,


JUNGLE FOODS In foreground, John H. Glenn Jr., M. Scott Carpenter and Donald K. Slay.
ton, use black palm. thorns as forks as they taste meats and edible plants cooked over open fire
during instruction period on tropic survival conducted at the, USAF's Tropical Survival School,
Albrook AF Base. "


Vol. 1 No. 51


FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963


A GROUP of the Nafional Aeronautics and Space Administration's, astronauts, participating in
tropic survival training at Albrook 'AFB in the Canal Zone are shown in the zoo near the Tropic
Survival School Headquarters with a peccary in front"of them and a tapir in the pool. In the
foreground is Morgan Smith, Director of the Tropic Survival School. Smith directed the training
program.

.... . : .I M .7


PALM FROND BINDING being performed by Gartrudis Arauz, Instructor, USAF Tropic Survival
School, is watched intently by Astronauts (left to right) James Barnett, Walter M. Schirra, Jr.,
Charles Conrad, Jr., Alan B#Shepard, Jr., James Lovell. (Back row) Donald K. Slayton and
Edward H. White Itf.


'EL AMERICANO' Robert Lopez, at left, a native of tre
Canal Zone and employee of the Balboa Post Office, poses in his
matador clothes which he'll be wearing Sunday at, the Nanama
City bullring. This picture with a friend was taken during me
of Lopez' appearances as a matador in Mexico. Details about
the Sunday bullfight can be found on Page 3 of the Spillway U
an illustrated article on Lopez is one of several interesting
features in the June issue of The Panama Canal Review, which is
being distributed today.


Condolences Offered


On Pope John's Death

As residents of the Isthmus this week joined in the
/worldwide mourning for His-Holiness Pope John XXIII,
Acting Governor David S. Parker sent the following letter
to the Most Rev. Msgr. Antonipo Pinci, Apostolic Nuncio
to the Republic of Panama:
June 3, 1963.
Your Excellency:
It is with great sadness that I have just been informed
of the death of His Holiness Pope John XXIII, which event
is mourned by millions of persons who had in him a Spir-
itual and Moral Guide.
Upon receipt of this previous news, my first thought
has been that of expressing to Your Most Reverend Ex-
cellency, in my own name as Acting Governor of the
Canal Zone as well as in the name of the agency I head,
our most sincere condolences.
The death of Pope John XXIII has been felt by all
zones of opinion and has caused deep and sincere regret
which we fully share.
I trust Iru will accept my expressions of sympathy
and the renewed testimony of my highest and most dis-
tinguished consideration.
DAVID S. PARKER
Acting Governor.
His Most Reverent Excellency
Monsignor Doctor Antonino Pinci
Titular Archbishop of Tarasa de Numtdfa
Apostolic Nuncio
Panama. R o


OPILLWAY
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S SPILLWAY


June 7, 5963


Researcher. Praises


Library Collection


The latest visiting scholar to
set up shop for intensive work
in, the Canal Zone Library's
internationally famous Panama
Collection is Dunean Cameron
of New York.
Mr. 'Capmeron is a candidate
for his doctorate in the Depart-
'nent of Public, Law and Gov-
ernment at Columbia Univer-
sity. His special field of interest
is the Panama Canal policy of
the United States.
Mr. Cameron has done his
earlier work in the Columbia
,University Libraries, and has
recently spent two months in.
the Library of Congress.
He has found, however, that
ri0any materials in the Canal
Zone's Panama Collection are
unique and invaluable in pro-
viding him with a cl oser
glimpse of -life on the Isthmus
as it was lived several decades


N ... I 1
ago.
"THe materials and helpful
indexes in the Canal Zone-
Library's Panama Collection,"
Mr. Cameron said recently,
"have -enabled me to acquire
a much greater understanding'
of my subject matter."
Mr. Cameron is one of a
long line of distinguished re-
searchers who have worked in
the Canal Zone. Libraries' Pan-
ama Collection. John and Ma-
vis Biesanz, auThors of The
People of Panama,' John E.
Minter who wrote The Chagres;
Miles P. DuVal, author of two
books on the Panama Canal,
And the Mountains Will Move
and Cadiz to. Cathay; and many
o t h e r s have done research
within the library's facilities
and with the collaboration of
the library's research special-
ists.


In Browsing


Collection
Penelope by Williamn C. Anderson is the kind of a novel that
Thorne Smith used to write. It is light-hearted, witty and very
funny.
Although Penelope, nicknamed the passionate porpoise, is
confined to the water, she manages to find out a great deal about
mankind. When a dedicated scientist engaged in top secret re-
search breaks the speech barrier between himself and Penelope,
he makes a grave mistake. From then on things are very com-
plieated for both of them.
Penelope doesn't have any respect for persons, and manages
to become involved illicitly in very important happenings. She
even becomes a potential security risk when she swims into the
view of some astonished Rtfssians and tries to talk to them.
Lt. Col. William C. Anderson, author of Penelope, currently.
is assigned to the USAF Space Branch at the Pentagon. He is
studying dolphins in space communications research. Penelope is
the delightful result of some of 'his off-duty activities.,
Come to the Bower by J. Y. Bryan will warm the n-arts of
all local Texans and will be an exciting experience to everyone
who reads it. This story of the Texas war for independence
provides romance, good history, sympathetic characters and sus-
pense. \Its author is now a foreign service officer. This is his
first novel.
The Case of the Three-ringed Puzzle is a new mystery by
Christopher Bush. Ludovic Travers, Mr. Bush's well-known hero,
in his usually polished and sophisticated fashion finds that the
original racket that he was investigating, the first ring of the
puzzle, soon acquire gs blackmail and murder.
There is no need to worry though. As always. Christopher Bush
works out the whole three-ring affair as neatly as ever and
with just as much suspense and excitement.
The Sick Fox, Carl Brodeur's distinctive novel, shows interest-
ing drama and attitudes in contact with formal American official-
dom. The story is told gracefully and in an oddly philosophic
tone. V can be enjoyed either as a suspense-adventure story or
as a commentary on postwar Germany. Its author was stationed
for two years in Germany in the Army's Intelligence Corps, and
is completely familiar with the scenes he presents so effectively.
The Unicorn, by Iris Murdoch. is the author's seventh novel.
Miss Murdoch's own words in an interview which she gave while
writing it provide a key\to its special quality "The best novels
explore ,nd exhibit life without disjoining them," she told her
interviewer. Although the author displays her usual skill and
magic in presenting her characters, she also presents a more
straightforward niece than she sometimes does. Readers other
than her usual followers will be attracted to this novel.
Killy, hv Donald E. Westlake is a first-rate detective story
about solving several murders. It also is a story about a young
man. who, a though filled .with illusions, could be turned into a
path of ruthless by seeking for power. Labor agitation in a small
town provides the setting for a murder, while a young man re-
ceives his education in the harsh realities of life.


Return Glass


Milk Bottles


This Month

Glass milk bottles have join-
ed the items that belong to
another era in the Canal Zone.
Panama Canal milk consu-
mers have found milk available
only in wax-coated cartons
since May 15. And those having
the old glass bottles had better
round them up and turn them
in, for after June 30 the glass
bottles will not be redeemed in
the Panama Canal Retail
Stores and Services Centers.
The machinery that bottled
milk in glass has been removed
from the Mount Hope milk,
bottling plant, and all Panama
Canal milk now handled by
Perga fillers, made by the Con-
tinental Can Co., one of the
largest milk container manu-
facturers in the United States.
Modernization of milk con-
tainers was made at the re-
quest of the Canal Zone public
several years agoe, but until
tlis month milk was available
in glass as well as wax coated
containers.
The changeover in bottling
methods has, resulted in no
change in personnel-the jobs
have just been slightly chang-
ed.
As for the complaints voiced
by Civic Councils concerning
waix that sometimes is found
in a milk container, Canal Zone ,
Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr:, advised the Civic Coincils
that any customer who finds-
Wax in a milk container may
r e t u r n, wax and container,
which will be exchanged for.
another .quart of milk. The
Supply Division asks for both
wax and. container so that the
manufacturer may be conti-
nually followed up.
Norman B. Davison, Super-
intendent of the Panama Canal
Retail Store Branch. explained
thlit some improvements have
been made in the coating pro-
cess. which probably will be
reflected in local containers.
The wax, he said, apparently
has -omethme to do with the
packing and shipping of the
containers and is not a result
of, the local sealing operation.


RP's Lagua

Meets Herrera

In Bogota Bout

Panama's top-notch fighter,'
ipmael Laguna, will make one
&o his rare appearances in
foreign -ings tonight when he
climbs ;ntc the roped quadrang-
le of Plaza Santa Maria. in Bo-
gota, Colombia, to exchange
blows with local boy Antonio
"Mochila" Herrera.
Unless one is able to stop the
other, the fight will go 10
rounds.
Laguna, who is the world's
fifth ranking featherweight (aft-
er two years as first-ranking
bantamweight challenger) has
been in Bogota for the past two
weeks.
The fight is arranged at a
maximum of 128 pounds and
should Herrera. be unable to,
make the weight, the fight will
be called off. Herrera has been
fighting as a lightweight late-
ly.
Panamanian Laguna has won
all of his 27 professional fights,
19 via the KO route.
Laguna is scheduled 'o meet
featherweight champion Ulti-
minio Ramos in Panama some-
time in August >i September
of this year. Ramos won the
crown by defeating Davey
Moore in a fight last yea- which
resulted in Moore's death.
Laguna just recently turned
featherweight after unsuccess-
fully seeking a title bout with
Brasilian Eder Jofre., world
champion who, according to
many critics, was careful to
avoid meeting the hard-punch-
ing Panamanian.


Employee (

Wanted for

The SPILLWAY would like
to carry more items about
the activities of employees,
their accomplishments, on-
job and off-duty experiences,
and other items of interest
to their fellow employees and
families.
If you have such an item,
if you are active in an orga-
nization in which other Canal
employees are interested,, if
you know of an employee
who has done something
which might be of interest to
others, give us a call and
we'll see if we> can- arrange
for a suitable story or article.
We like to receive suggest-
ed stories, articles and pic-
tures as early in the week as


N


.[They(


contributions

SPILLWAY

the SPILLWAY on Friday of
possible for publication in
the same week, so try to give
us a call or get 'the material;
to us on Monday, preferably,
or Tuesday. We might be able
to take something on Wednes-
day or even Thursday morn-
ing, but the earlier we get
it, the more likelihood there
is of it appearing.
For things being, sent
through the mails, simply
address them to SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.
Z. If you want to call, the
telephone numbers are Bal-
boa 2611, 2925, or 1477. If
you're calling from Panama,
the number is 2-1662.


Been


Seeing Double


Teachers in the Canal Zone's
U. S. schools, who have been
seeing double all school year.
are particularly happy that
vacation is here if
if only to rest their eyes after
trying to sort out who's who
among the 39 sets of, twins in
the schools. And their counter-
parts in the Paraiso and Santa
Cruz schools were getting ad-
justed to the 16 sets of twins
whidh confuse things at those
institutions of learning.
On the bright side of things,
the teaeners point out that at
least there were no triplets in
the schools, at present: There've
been no triplets s in ce the
famous Boyd triplets of Pan-
ama, -whose father was a former
Panama Ambassador to Wash-
ington.
Leader in the double vision
sweepstakes was Paraiso Ele-
mentary school, with 10 sets 01
twins. Next came Balbca High
School, with nine sets of twins,
closely followed by D i a b 1 o
Junior High School with eight
sets. Cristobal Junior Senior
High School had six sets oi
twins, and Santa Cruz Elemen-
tary had six sets.
At Diablo Elementary there
were four sets and For. Kobbe
had three sets, while Ancon,
Balboa and Cocoli Elementary
schools each had two sets
Margarita and Gatun Elemen-
tary schools, and the Canal
Zone College each had one sel
of twins.
Twins at Canal 'Zone College
were Sheila and Suzanne Mitten
both freshmen in the commer-
cial curriculum.
Those at Balboa High School
were Carolyn and Marilyn
Camby, Robert and William


VA Announces'

Increases Due

The local office of the Ve-
terans Administration has an-
nounced that Public Law 88-21;
which was signed by President
Kennedy on May 15, increases
by 10 per cent the death com-
pensation awards to children
and parents of veterans who
died in service or from serv-
ice-connected causes.
This increase does not affect
widows' awards, or awards to
children of veterans who died-
from causes unrelated to mili-
tary service.
C. E. Flynn, VA Representa-
tive, said this increase will be
made automatically to eligible
beneficiaries and the increased
amount should be reflected in
checks received in August 1963.


Compton, Patricia and Teresa
Crego, Frances and Julia Fitz-
william, Jon and Judy Klages,
Helen and Mathew Manning,
Jeanne and Joanne Meyer,
Diane and Dolores Stephenson,
and Edmund and .Oscar Wright.
Twin students enrolled in the
Cristobal Junior-Senior High
School were Mare, and Colleen
Baas. George and Janine Beds-
worth, Charles and Charlotte
Bialkowski, Linda and Marsha
Hellmund, Thomas and Alexan-
der Heppenheimer, and Donna
and Judy Williams.
The eight sets of twins at
Diablo' Heights Junior High
School were Peter and Christina
Campbell, Barbara and Nancy
Darcy, Keith and Kelly Gerhart,
James and Johnson, Corrina
and Clarissa Green, Richard
and Robert Mallahan. Jeffer-
son and Jonathan Rhodes, and
Paul and Violeta Stetler.
Twins at the Diablo. Heights
Elementary School were Jane
and Janis Kunkel, James and
Spencer Richmond, Patrick and
Michael Campbell, and Roxa-
nne and Suzanne Morgan.
At the Fort Kobbe Elementa-,
ry School, Brenda and Glenda
Scott were in kindergarten, and
Debora and Marylin Studebaker
and Martin and Michael Virgil
were in Grade 2.
Beverly and Joyce Brown were
twin sisters in Grade. 1 at the
Ancon Elementary School, and
twin brothers Robert and Wins-
ton Salterio were in Grade 4
In Balboa Elementary School
Sally and Susan Pedersen were
in Grade 1 and Lisa and' Ivette
Acosta in the Kindergarten.
The Cocoli Elem,entary
School's two sets of twins are
Pamela' Fay and Philip Lee
French, and Alfred and Michael
Benko.
Brenda and Linda Carter were
in Grade 1 at the Gatun Ele-
mentary School, and Alfredo
and Zaida Cardena were enroll-
ed in the Margarita Elementa-
ry School.
The twins enrolled at the Pa-
raiso Elementary School: Cleo-
vis and Sfndia Madrid, Mareos
and Ricardo James, Mark and
Marjorie Rowland, Marcia and
Marva Cumberbatch, Maritza
and Raquel Trotman, Guiller-
mq and Liliana Villeda, Remu-
lo and Romulo Mena, Dolores
and Ernesto Williams, Lois and
Louis Yearwood, and Alfredo
and Pedro Coco.
Santa Cruz School t wins
include Jaime .and R e g, e I i o
Griffith. Sheila and Sandra
mall. Charles and Loretta
rathwaite, Francisco and Fe-
licia Evelyn, Aaron and Sharon
Grazette, and Emilia and Eaton
Dyar.


Page Two







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Registration June 14 24


For Summer Recreation


~it
.5,', ii


Registration for the extensive
program of sunipner activities
in the gymnasiums of the U.S.
Communities in the Canal Zone
will be held at the, gymnasiums
between June. 14 and 24.
Students from the Cana l
Zone schools whoare spending
their 'summer vacation on the
Isthmus are urged to take
advantage of the program, of
sports and other activities to
be offered as part of the sum-
mer recreation program.
All gymnasiums will be


opened for supervised free
play from Monday. June 10
until June 21. During this time
there will be personnel on duty
at each gymnasium to check
out equipment and to help
organize any of the regular
activities.
The full summer programs
are now being organized. by the
Sports Supervisors who are in
charge of each\ gymnasium.
The activities will include a pro-
gram of swimming and water
sports at each of the four


swimming pools; Registration
for these sports also, will take
place between June 14 and 24.
Although the Coco Solo Pool
is closed this, week for repairs,
it dis to be opened again next
week for use.
The regular s ch o o1 year
came to a close Wednesday for
.9;000 boys and girls who-attend
the United States Schools in
the Canal Zone. The Canal
is closed this week for repairs.
on September 5.


Zone Baseball Team



Playing In Santiago


ROBERT LOPEZ FACES 'EL TORO'





Zone Matador



At Macarena


An American L6gion baseball
team, the Clayton Post NQ. 7
team (Orange Kist), left this
morning at 8 a.m. by bus for'
Santiago de Veraguas, where
they are to participate in the
celebration of the 25th anniver-
.sary of the "Juan Dem6stenes
Arosemena".' Teacher's College
(Escuela Normal).
The group, under supervision
of Dick Brogie, Legion Depart-
ment chairman,\ will meet a
local baseball team at the Ve-
raguas Stadium this afternoon
and later in the evening will


It's time to sign ip for the
1963 ,Jaycee Golf Tournament
for those 12 to-17 years ,of age.
The -i,3 tourney will 'be held,
at the Panama Golf Club on
July 8, 9 and 10 the Jaycee
Committee representing t h e
sponsors, composed of the Pa-
nama Amateur Golf Associa-
tion, Panama Golf Club, the
JayCee's of Panama and Co-
lon, and many local :business
men has announced.
The JayCee Championship is
the greatest junior golf event o.R
the Isthmus. It, provides great
competition for the boys in the
various' age groups, and" the
four low-scoring boys ir.'the 1T
through-17 age group. will com-
pose. the team representing Pa
nama in the annual interna-
tional JayCee Tournament held
: each year in the Unitea States.-
The boys are sent as a team to
the 'United Statas on an ex-
pense-free basis.
I The 1963 International JayCee
Tournament will be held at Mid
land, 'Texas. on August 20, 21,
22 and 23, Enroute. the team re-
presepting Panama will play
practice rounds against'boys of
their owrf age group in Miami
and Miami Beach Florida, as
did the 1962 Panakma JayCee
team.
The play. in the annual Jay
Cee Championshiii will be com-
posed ot wo, a3e rouos In the
first, those eligible mus' be at
least 12 years of age, and who
pill not have reached their 18th
'birthday oy A-ugust 15, 1963. The
second age group will _e corn
posed of .boys under 12 years
of age.
In 4he ;'-f-tlioughj i7 age group,
the contestants il.l .play 36
holes' At that time, the low 1l
scorers -"ill' be -olAced in the'
Championship, Flight.; The 'next
18 low scorers *wiU .form the
second 'tight. and the next 18
low scorers the third flight.
At the end of' 54 holes, the
four- boys scoring -the 'lowest
scores will be picked to form'
the 1963 JayCee Gilf Team! The
winner and ruriner-up in this
flight wll each le awarded ti."-
Each following low-scoring" 18


play a basketball game with
a combined Santiago-Sona team
at the INormal gym. Tomorrow
morning the Canal, Zone athle-"
tes will play another baseball
game -before returning to the
Zone.
The group is composed of
athletes who have been select-
ed for -the Annual National
Tournament\ sponsored by the
American Legion, which is to
be held in the United States in
July and August of this year.
Before going to the States the
team will participate in several


players will form a flight of
play. -
phies, and each member of the
team will receive awards, itr--
eluding golfer's sweaters and in
signia.
Many trophy and priz e
awards will be made to the con-
testants in the tournament play.
Trophies will be awarded to the
winner and runner-up in the
flights, and prize awards, con-.
sisting of golf equiumen --watch-
es and other prizes will be
awarded
All entries for the tournament
must 'be turned in to the cluo'
of which the contestant. is a
member, with handicap, NOT'
'LATER THAN JULY! Entry
forms will be available at all
Isthmian Golf Clunr.. ,
Practice rounds may he play-
ed at the Panafia ,Golf Club on
Tuesday July 2, Wednesday,
July 3, and Friday. July 5. All
players must tee off -not later
than 9 -a.m,, and n 'foursomes'
only., All players music be off
the coursee by 1 .m.
SAl1 players competing" in the
12-throu.gn-17 age group flights
must use caddies in tournament
play. .Caddies niast oe those
'-regularly employv.'e at 'he Pa-
nama Golf Club, Caddy lee io,-
,each 18' holes of tournament
play will he $2. No caddies will
be required .for practice Tround
play.
.No eliminations will be play-
ed. All boys in rhe 12-through-
17 age group can play for full
three days of play.
The contestans under 12 years
'of age will have their day at
bat d'n Wednesday, July 10.
when' they will -iay 9 holes,
teeing off from the ladies.'
tees. They also wWl be awarded
prizes in .quantity.
All awards will be presented
and prizes awarded at a gala,
luncheon to be held at the Pa
nama Golf Club an Wednesday,
July 10. Full sponsor represen-
tation will attend along with
representatives f-om various
ISthmian Golf Clubs, to make
the affair a- memorable one for
the boys.


events in Central America and
Mexicap cities,
Accompanied, by their man-
ager, coaches, league officials
and others, the following boys
made the trip to Santiago;
Warren AshtoAn, Gene Blum-
berg, Bob Bbatwright, -Daye
Cohen, Tim Corrigan, Bill Coy,
Glen Evans, Gene Franenheim,
MicNair Lane. Rusty Potter,
Bill Mounts, (Larry ,Simpson,
Vic Alers,'Jim Riley, Bob Os-
trea, Luth&r Quinn and George
Hovan.


10


ceived tropic survival training
as well as the first time that
all 16 have gone through a
training program together. [The
-Albrook school was chosen be-
cause it 'is the only one of its
kind operated by a United
States agency.'
The tropic survival training
was deemed necessary by :space
officials because of .the fact,
that the longer space flight
missions will require that the
spacecraft concerned will fly
over a greater area of the
earth's surface-and there is -A
remote possibility that, at some
future date, a spacecraft plight
make an emergency landing in
a tropical area.
The course of instruction was
presented by H. Morgan Smith,
Director of the Tropic-Survival
School, and 'the staff of the
school. The course included
classroom instruction on a va-
riety of subjects including iden-
tification of poisonous tropical
plants, their location, safety
precautions and first aid; iden-
tification of edible plants and
fruit, location, -ad method of
preparation prior to eating;
identification of animals, rep-
tiles,' ana birds in the tropics,
their habits, location, likelihood
of attacK. palar:bilit%, and
safety, precautions.
The course also included in-
struction on indigenous people
in the tropic areas, native cus- -
toms, native foods and the
proper .method of approaching
'these pe-opjle. erilising their aid
and coinmunipation with them.
The group spent three days
and two nights in the jungle
and during this phase of train-
ing they were sent out as two-
man teams with no team with-
in sight or ailing distance of
another. One instructor was
assigned, to monitor the activi-
ties of two teams.
Field activities included the
establishment of campsites, in-
cluding building shelters of
native products, gathering dry
wood, -water purification, fish-
ing, hunting, gathering edible
plants, and the -construction of
a two-man raft by each team.
In addition each man was
required to build and set one
trap and to construct, and try
a parahammock.
In order to make the train-
ing, as realistic as possible, and
to give the astronauts the full
benefit of the experience in the
event of any future contingency,
the group, after arrival in the


-Local residents will be at
fered the opportunity Sunday
Ut, witness the "faena' of Ca-
nal Zone' bull fighter Robert
"El Americano" Lopez. when
the native-born torero steps into
the arena at La Macarena pla-
za in San Francisco de la Cale-
ta, Panama.
Lopez and Mexican "maes-
tro" Enrcque Esparza will face

jungle, was dressed only in
boots' and long underwear -
the garb they would wear in
the even: of a jungle landing.
jOn all manned space flights
the pilots wear long underwear
under the pressurized suits and
the suits would have to be
discarded after such a land-
ing).
Strict conservation principles
were adhered, to by the per-
sonnel participating in the pro-
gram with vegetation cut only
to serve a definite purpose and
maximum use made of animals
killed.
The group retui'ned to Al-
brook late Thursday afternoon
and the training program con-
cluded with a debriefing at the
Survival School headquarters.
four brave bulls beginning at,
exactly' 4.:40 p.m. Each 'will


alternately dispose of a horned
beast for two kids apiece.
Known in bull rings fiom Pa-
nama to IVexico as "El Ameri-
cano", Lopez was born and
reared :n the Canal Zone and
is presently working at 'the
Balboa Post Office.
He began fighting rulls in
his high school years. mainly
in interior towns and then in
foreign countries
He has made a name for him-
self mainly in Mexican. bull
rings, but this vil be the' first
time that he has appeared in
Panama as a full fledged mata-
dor.

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
May 27 June 2, t962

Miraflores Locks ...... .iMI
Gatun Locks ..1..... 75
Las Cruces, 8 trips .. I,524
Reina Manuelita,
3 trips .. .. . : .33!
Passenger Ships, none -
Otler teurs ........:,. '381

RAND TOTAL.. 3,231
RAND TO \


Summer Activities


Planned At YMCA


Bob Wi fc k, Balboa YMCA
Program Director, announces
the start of a fine Summer
Program packed full of unique -
activities.
SWIMMING 'PROGRAM
The National YMCA progres-
sive Aquatic Program will be
offered to the public, backed
by 75 years of YMCA instruc-
tional experience in aquatics.
A full program from "Tiny
Tot" Beginners to Adult Ad-
vanced Swimmers will be
provided, enhanced by such
unique, activities as Synchroniz-
ed Swimming- for girls, Skin
and Scuba Diving and Com-
petitive Coaching.
The Swimming Instruction
Program will be under the di-
rection of Mr.. James Manning
of Balboa and Mrs. Gerry Ear-
nest of Ancon; both these
YMCA & 'Red Cross Certified"
Instructors bring with them
much teaching experience in'
this field. ,
Registrations aire now open
and a nominal fee is charged
for instruction Further infor-
mation and class schedule will
be distributed upon request.
SKIN & SCUBA DIVING
A YMCA Scuba Diving Certi-
fication Course under the direc-
tion of Mr. "Chico" de la Las-
tra. National YMCA Scuba Ins-
tructor, will start Monday


June 10, at 7:00 p.m. This
course will cover all aspects
of Skin and Scuba Diving and
will include the provision of all
equipment' and a field trip to
open water at the termination
of the course. "Get in the Swim
-- Learn Scuba." Registration
now open Fee $25.00.
"SMALL FRY" JqDO
A short term skill course in
the techniques of Judo will be
offered to Youngsters 8-12
years of age. Mr. Bruce Perry,
YMCA Staff Judo Instructor
and Canal Zone Judo Club 2nd
Kyu Brown Belt will conduct
the course. Judo is one of the
most popular activities -on the
Isthmus so register your "small
fry" now. Registrations open
June 10th.
TRAMPOLINE
A short term skill course
covering basic skills on the
trampoline will be offered to
youngsters 7-12 yrs. 'of age.
Mr. Ray Blais, Physical Educa-
tion Instructor will conduct
this unique activity. Enroll your
youngster now and improve his
coordination and phy'sieal
fitness.
Further information concerm-
ing these activities may be
obtained by visiting the "T"
or calling Bob Wick at Balbos
2759 .or 2839.


Golfers For Junior


IT'S REGISTRATION TIME


FOR JAYCEE- TOURNAMENT


us ne 7 1963


THREE


S P I L L W A Y







S PI LL WA Y


June 7, 1963


PMEOPLE I'" N THE SP OTGHT


a,'. - ---


THE SPHINX and the pyramids of Egypt recently 'were viewed by Mr.

and Mrs. Miguel Corco, who are seen here in front of the historic works while

on a worldwide tour. Mr. Corco was retired from Canal service in 1959. The

trip the couple is now on will take them to Hawaii, Japan, Hong Kong, Bang-

kok, India, Israel, Lebanon, Greece, Ita ly and Spain before they return to the

Isthmus. Their sons, Jose and Miguel, are employed by the Canal at the

present time.


'Gente en la Notici a' on opposite page


CARL H. THOMAS, of the
Cristobal Terminals Bureau,
has been with the Panama Ca-
nal for 38 years, 15 oe which
have been with the Retail Store
Branch. At present, Thomas'
duties concern keeping records
of missing, spoiled or surplus
merchandise, as well as check-
ing on lost or damaged cargo,
arriving at the Cristobai docks.
Thomas was born in Colon
and was graduated from the San
Jose College of Colon in 1924.
He is married and has twb mar-
ried daughters. He lives with
his wife Josephine in Rainbow
City, where he is a member
of the Civic Council. A former
Boy Scout, his hobby is sign
painting.


FRANKLIN R. SAMUELS,
Tariff A:sistant of the Panama
Railroad in the Custom?. Ware-
house at Cristobal. has worked
with the Panama Cana, for 16
years. His work consists of
checking cargo tariffs on cargo
to Panama--and Balboa. He
lives at Villa Caceres and tra.
vels daily to. the Atlantic side.
Born in Colon, Samuels is mar-
ried and nas two daughters one
of whom is a sophomore at El
Liceo de Sehoritas. He graduat-
ed from the BIptist Academy in
Cristobal in 1945 and was a
bugle player in the Colt:n Fire
Department Band when he used
to reside there.


HARMON L. COCKBURN, the
'chief cargo checked at the Cris-
tobal piers, has worked with
the Panama Canal for the past
16 years at the Terminals Divi-
sion in Cristobal. He supervises
the training of checkers and
stevedores as wel; as the state
of cargo loaded a. unloaded at
Cristobal. He was born in Co-
lon and still lives there. He -at-
tended the Teacher's School at
La Boca. Married and the fath-
e. of five children, he is the
:Maritime Union Delegate from
the' wharfs.


June Is Month



To Buy Bonds


Employees of the Panama
Canal can make arrangements
through their savings bond re-
presentatives to purchase bonds
through payroll deductions at
any time they choose and
they are urged to do so. '

Approximately one employee
in four now has bond purchases
made through payroll deduc-
tions, investing more than
$125,000 each month in bonds.
which earn 3% per cent in-
terest, compounded semi-an-
nually.

Last week, the Spillway ran
the names of savings bond of
presentatives in a number of
Canal units. Following, you will
find the names of some more.

HEALTH BUREAU: Division
of Preventive 'Medicine and
Quarantine, Mrs. Cybele
Koontz; Health Director's Of-
fice, Mrs. Marcia H. Van
Horne; Corozal Hospital, Mrs.
Barbara J. Falk and Lloyd E.'
Barnett; Division of Sanitation,
Raymond Bush and Mack Bai-
ley; Coco Solo Hospital, Mrs.
Louise Griffon and David C.
Mcllhenny; Veterinary Me-
dicine, Dr. Louis. Sink; -Gorgas
IHospital,. Mrs. Stella Frampton.

SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU: -Director's'
office, Miss Mary Orr,; Supply
Division, manager's office, Ri
C. Meehan and J. N. Alleyne;
B & E Section, C. R. Gerald;
Storehouse Branch, Building 5,
Industrial Area, J. L. H. De-
mers; Section B and C, K. L.
Harris; Section I, Ernest Wil-
liams; Section A and' Furniture
Pool, C. M. Francis; Cristobal
Storehouse, D. E. White.

Retail. Stores Branch units:
Balboa Retail Store, Magdalena


L. Bushell and A. B. Whitting-
ham; Coco Solo Retail Store,
C. A. Smith; Gamboa Retail
Store, Garnel W. Campbell;
Gatun Retail Store, E. C. Year-
wood; Margarita Retail Store,
Clifford L. Green; Paraiso Re-
tail Store, Beryl George; Rain-
bow City Retail Store, Constan-
tina Lawson; Balboa Shoe
Store, Wilfred C. Adams.

Balboa Housewares Store, A.
A. Roach; Optical Section, Bal-
boa, Lilias I. Hurley; Ancon
Laundry, C. F. Scantlebury;
Mount' Hope Bakery, Mildred
Steed; Mount Hope Milk Plant,
V. L. Bonney; Mindi Dairy
Farm, Herman Watson; Coro-
zal- Gold Storage, Preston Mc-
Barnette; Mount Hope Ware-
house, Harold W. Rerrie.-

Service Center Branch units,
Balboa Service Center, Mario
Pezzoti and Ruth Trotman;'Bal-
boa' Heights Cafeteria,' Edith
Edwards; Cristobl' Service
Center, Rose W. Parker; Dia-
blo Service Center, D. R. Brad-
shaw and Lillian Jones; Gatun
Service Center, W. White.

Santa .Cruz-Gamboa, .Service
Center, J. R. Small; Pacific
Luncheonette, Cleveland R o -
'berts; Margarita Service Cen-
ter, P. J. Bauman; Paraiso
Service Center, C. C. Gittens;
Rainbow City Luncheonette, H.
0. Blackman; Tivoli Guest
.House,' R. J. Saarinen and G.
Thorbourne.

S/ Community Services Division,
office of chief-, G. Halsall;
Southern District Ho using
Branch, V. Peterson; Northern
District Housing Branch, V.
Corn; Southern District Grounds
Maintenance, L. Pennycook;
Northern District Grounds
Maintenance, A. Dougah.


$200 Awards


. T'1To Be Given

68 Employees


$200.........
Certificates of Outstanding
Performance, each accom-
panied by a check for $200,
will be awarded soon to 68
employees of the Canal orga-
nization.
This announcement follow-'
ed a series of meetings at
which the Incentive Award
Committee reviewed nomina-
tions from the various bu-
reaus.
Of the 68 outstanding
awards to be made, 26 will
be presented to non-U.S.-
citizen employees. -
The awards ceremony will
be announced later this
month.
Recently the Governor ap-
proved $200 as the standard
fixed award for Outstanding
Performance ratings.,
At the same time, the
amount of $150 was set as the
standard rate for Superior
Service Awards, a conside-
rable number of which are
now under consideration by
the Incentive Awards Comn-
mittee.



Coming



Events

June 7, 8-President Roberto F.
Chiari will attend the
closing ceremonies of the-
Second National Cham-
bers of Commerce Con-
vention in Chitre. A
banquet in his honor will
be held on the 8th.
June 15-Third Annual Friend-
ship Frolic will be held
at Fott Amador Officers-
Open Mess at 6 p.m.,
with a variety show at
8:30 p.m. There will be
guests from, the Republic
and the Canal Zone.
June 15-The Panama Universi-
ty Theater will present
Spanish play "Ay de los
Vencidos," written by the
Panamanian author Er-
nesto Endara.
June 16-Father's Day in the
Canal Zone.
June 16, 21-A tentative pro-
gram has been prepared
'for the celebration of the
Taboga Patrorr Sain t,
with a maritime process.
sion the 21st at 9:00 a.ni:
and a flower procession
at 3:00 p.m. The Tourist
Bureau of Panama will
establish a continuous
launch service.
June .28- Opening date of the
Cristobal Little Theater
comedy. "Blood, Sweat,
and Stanley Poole."
July 4-U.S. Independence Day.
July 6-The Panama "Theater
of Art" will present at
the National Theater a
play entitled in Spanish
"LAS ARPIAS." (The
Shrews) a melodrama by
Ediza N. Moreno. The,
interpreters of this
Theater study the Stanis-
lawsky method acting.


Colon Bouts
Amateurs will-' make -a night
of it at the Colon Arena on
Sunday, when a five-fight card
will be offered.' '
The .curtain raiser will start
exactly et 8 p.m. and tans are
assured of lots of action, judg-
ing by the prevailing vengeful
spirit in which-the fighters are
reported to be.
The main bout will be an
action-packed fracas between
featherweight scrapers Pedro
Borbua and Federico Bell.
The complete card fo:iows:
'Mario Machado vq. Jose Valla-
tiz 106 Lbs.
Johnny Powlett vy, Vicente Or-
dares 126 Lbs.
Mario Garcia vs. Alberto Brand
120 Lbs.
Juan A. Garcia vs. Victor Hoyt
126 Lbs.
Federico Bell vs. Pedro Bor-
ua 126 Lbs.


Page Four


CFN-TV

SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-This Is The Life
4:00-Exploring
5:00-Concert Hall
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-CFN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-A Country Called
Europe
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
Review
9:00-What's My Line
9:30-Merv Griffin r
10:00-Alumni Fun
10:30-Christophers
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Jack Paar

MONDAY
4:50--hiltboard
b;uu--r x-xa, on
5:U3-ierin. irne Ford
,5:3U-Ameican musical
"neater
6:00--4 Star ldidion
b:lo--rue Aaveniure
Y:UU-uienveniao
7:15-tir Force Story,
7:Sd-viick Van Dyice
8:00-L-ane t.rey ineater
8:;U--asswora
8:55-CF14 lews
9:U0-Academy Awards
10:530-Stump Ine Stars
11:-m-r'lnaL Lanion
11:15-Enc: Ed builivan

TUESDAY
4:50-Bihuoard
5:uu-rirsi Luition
5:06-Kids Klub
5:3t--.xpeaition Colorado
6:OU-4 star haijion
6:35-'J.U.O. Show
7:OU-bervices In Action
7:30-Andy Griltith
8:00-Garry Moore Show
8:55-CFN News
8:00-Armchair Theater-
"Out of The Blue"
10:30-Ted Mack
11:00-FPinal -uition
11:15-Enc: Academy
Awards

WEDNESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-Fiist aition
5:05-Shari Lewis Show
5:30-Science, In Ac.un
6:00-4 btar 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-All-Star Golf
8:00-Sing Along With
Mitch
8:55-CFN News
9:00-4 Star Anthology
9:30-Willy .-
10:00-Steve Allen
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Perry Como

FRIDAY-
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Circus Time
. 6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-College Bowl
7:30-John Glenn Story
8:00-I'm Dickens-He's
Fenster
8:30-Candid Camera
8:55-CFN News
9:00-Panic
9:30-I've Got A Secret
10::00-Jack Paar Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Friday Night Theater
-"Hollywood Barn
Dance".

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:4S-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00-Saturday Matinee -.
"Out of the Blue"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-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
10o60-Steve Allen
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Saturday Night
Theater-"Winter
Carnival".








LOS ASTRONAUTS EN LA JUNGLA
rVA


cT~~


Los 16 astronauts de la Administraci6n Nacional de Aereo-
nautica y del Espacio se sometieron a un intense adiestramiento
sobre sobrevivencla en la jungla durante 4 dias en el Istmo.
Se trata de Neil Armstrong, Frank Borman, M. Scott Car-
penter, Charles Conrad, Jr., L. Gordoon Cooper, Jr.,- JohnH.
Glenn, Jr., V. E. "Gus" .Grissom, James Lovell, James Mc-
Devitt, Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Elliot:.M. See, Jr., Alan B. She-
pard, Jr., Donald K. Slayton, Thomas 'P. Strafford, Edward H.
White 11 y- John W. Young, a quienes, acompafiaron, ademAs, el"
Dr George B. Smith,, de la secci6n de inedicina area, .Ray
Zedekar y Bud Ream, de la Divisi6n de Tripulaci6n de Vuelo y
JaInes 'Barnett, de ]a Divisi6n de Sistemas de Vida.
,a ocasi6n fue la primera en que el grupo fue sometido
con'juntamente a un entrenamiento, asi como la primera vez que.
reciben 'adiestramiento en c6mo sobrevivir en la manigua ti-o-
pical. La escuela de Albrook fue escogida por ser la nica de
su nautraleza operada por una dependencia del gobierno norte-
amnericano.
El curso estuvo bajo la direcci6n de HI. Morgan Smith e in-
,-clay6 la identificaci6n de plants veninosas, precauciones, y pri-
meros auxilios; identificaci6n de plants *' s comestibles y
m6todo de prepararlas; identificaci6n de animals, reptiles y
aves tropicales y sus hAbitos asi como otros t6picos del caso.


El Eanal de Panama



PILLWAY

Vol. 1 No. 51 VIERNES 7 de JUNIO de 1963


El Gobernador interino

da pesame al Nuncio Papal
Con motivo de la muerte de Su Santidad el Papa Juan
XXIII, el Gobernador interino de la Zona del Canal, David
S. Parker, envi6 la carta cuyo texto se reproduce abajo al
Nuncio Apost6lico, Su Excelencia Dr. Antonino Pinci.
Excelencia:
3 de junio de 1963.
Es con sumo pesar que me acabo de enterar del de-
ceso de Su Santidad el Papa Juan XXIII infausto aconte-
cimiento que enlutece hoy a millones de series humans
que en 61 tenian a un caracterizado Guia Espiritual y-
moral.
Al informarme de esta sensible nueva, mi primer pen-
samiento ha sido el de hater Ilegar a Vuestra Excelencia
Reverendisima, a mi nombre como Gobernador interino
de la Zona del Canal y en el de la administraci6n que
encabezo, nuestras mis sentidas condolencias.
La muerte del Papa Juan XXIII ha conmovido a to-
das las zonas de opinion, causando un sincere y hondo pe-
sar que compartimos plenamente.
Ruego, pues,' a Vuestra Excelencia Reverendisima
aceptar mis expresiones de condolencia y el testimonio re-
novado de-mi mas alta y distinguida consideraci6n,
"AVID S. PARKER
,Jobernador interino.
A Su Excelencia Reverendisima
Monserior Doctor Antonino Pinci
> Arzobispo Titular de Tarasa de Numidia
Nuncio Apost6lico.
Ciudad.


H. Horgan Smith, Director de
Estados Unidos muestra plants
.Armstrong (sentados) y Charles


la Escuela da Supervivencia de las Fqerzas Armadas de los
comestibles a Edward H. White II, el Dr. George Smith y Neil
Conrad, Jr., John W. Young y Bud Ream (de pie).
Ik"" o I i


T-


El astronauts Virgil "Gus" Grissom, diviei la a sus colegas luciendo un 'sombrero para el
dia", hecho de pencas de palma, durante una amena pausa en el entrenamiento a que fueron
sometidos en la base area de Albrook y en la jungla tropical.


La densa vegetaci6n tropical circunda a los Astronautas mientras escuchan atentamente a sus
insfructores durante el intense curso de cuatro dias -martes a jueves- a que fueron sometidos
para adiestrarios en m6todos para sobrevivir en la jungla tropical.


DOSCIENTOS DOLARES Y CERTIFICADOS


RECIBIRAN 68 DICHOSOS EMPLEADOS


Sesenta y ocho empleados del Canal de Panama
recibirAn,, cada uno, certificados de servicios sobre-
salientes, seg6n anuncio hecho por la Comisi6n de
Premios por Incentiva despues de una series de reu-
niones durante las cuales se examinaron recomenda-
ciones sometidas por varias dependencias. Anexo a
cada certificado irA un cheque por la suma de dos-
cientos, d6lars.
De los 68 agraciados 26 no son norte-americanos.
La fecha para la ceremonia de entrega ser6 anunciada


mas adelante.
La determinaci6n de fijar la suma de doscientos
d6lares como premio por Servicios Sobresalientes fue
adoptada hace poco por el Gobernador. Al mismo
liempo se revel6 que se habia fijado en $150.00 la
cantidad a que se harian acredeores quienes resul-
taran premiados por Servicios Superiores; niumero
considerable de candidates a estos 61timos premios
estin ahora siendo considerados por la Comisi6n de
Premios por Incentiva.


MATCH DE CAMPEONATO EN PANAMA


VA!


Vea Pdgina 3
0


VISITANTES DE
LA SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1,118
Esclusas de Gat6n ... 175
Las Cruces
(8 viajes) .......... 1,524
Reina Manuelita
(3 viajes) .......... 33
Otras excursions .... 381

GRAN TOTAL .... 3,231
Informaci6n suministrada
por el Servicio de Guias.








Phgia~a Dos SPILLWAY Jjjnio 7, 1963


SModerno


Auditorio


in para I
tualmente se preparan.
La estructura sera de acero so-
bre fundaciones de concrete re-
'forzado, con paredes de vidrio y
bloques de construcci6n, techo de
metal y cielorasos.


Teatro


?araiso
El teatro tendra el equipo miAs
modern, con un esceiario, am-
plio y debidamente econdiciona-
do con sus candilejas, camerinos
y demais dependencias; sentaria
a 500 espectadores.


construir
Durante los pr6ximos meses se
construira en Paraiso un sutituo.
so auditorio que albergara la sa-
la teatro y el aula maxima de la
escuela, segin se ha anunciado.
El inmueble gozari enteramente
de aire refrigerado y se levanta-
ri contiguo a la escuela secun
.daria e intermedia de Paraiso,
frente al Centro de Servicios Co
munales.
La licitaci6n para la construed
ci6n del edificio se abrirA posi-
blemente a fines de junio, una
ver que est6n completes los pla.
nos y las especificaciones qcue ac.


"Sin duda alguna el
ticulo mis colorido, el m
no de vida, el mias ac<


ME ARTISTS PANAMEN(


- Constance


Procesi6n de la


Virgen del Carmen

ESTA ES LA FORMA en que se Ileva a cabo anualmente Oen
Taboga la famosa procesi6n maritima'de la Virgen del Carmen
durante el mes de julio. 'Las fiestas se iniciarin el 16 de julio,
pero la procesi6n maritima se Ilevari a cabo el dia 21 a las
nueve de la mariana. La Virgen del Carmen, adornada con bellas
flores de la isla. es colocada en una lancha, la -cual encabeza la
procesi6n. En la lancha va,tambi6n el Cura PArroco y autorida-
dos del lugar. .Despubs de la procesi6n maritimna sie celbra ia
prooesi6n de las flores, en tierra, a las 3 de la tarde.


Calder6n


.La sefiorita Contance Calder6n, -nacida en la ciudad d
nama, ocupa importante papel en el mundo artistic pana
Despu6s de terminar sus studios en el Istmo, fue a los E
Unidos, graduandose con altos zhonores en el Rosemont C
La sefiorita Calder6n viaj6 luego a Europa, donde estui
te en la Academia La Grande Chauniere, de Paris. Ha cele
exposiciones de sus cuadros en Munich, Alemania, en Pari
Panama,
Actualmente estA radicada en la ciudad de Nueva York



Por inventario cerrar


la bibli6teca el 7 y V
L-a Biblioteca principal de la Zona del Canal, ubic
en el edificio de Asuntos Civiles, permanecera cerradi
viernes 7 y el s6bado 8 de junio mientras se toma in'
tario. !
La fecha.fue escogida por varias razones: : as escu
estaran cerradas; los estudiantes que vienen usualmeni
temperar, aun no habrin llegado al Istmo; y el, CRISTOI
zarpara esa semana llevando abordo a muchos zoneitas;
otro lado el program de lectura infantil no se iniciara
hasta mas entrado el mes.
Los servicios de referencias oficiales y de peri6dicos
taran abiertos, como de costumbre, ael viernes 7. El sab
se aceptarAn averiguaciones hechas por la via telef6nica
Los libros que deban ser regresados en junio. 7 y 8
dran ser devueltos el lunes o martes siguientes sin incu
en imulta.
'La ~iblioteca re-abriri nuevamente el lunes 10 de ju


-En vez do indow !. pilea
por-aribo pave aplicasi
elvsmoril,4e~daboutilirti
iUn soporto do madoraI
acomr arl. smerilIpcl
doba I..


COMO IVITAr ACCIDUNTKS EN LA TORNNO

BE operorio ade disdcplinorse on vimtrbajo y corrfgise *n
lia pr6ctica para 4liminarlos vicious de la rutinay malos m6todos.
IMuthos y frecuentes accidentes pueden evltarse *i se iguoen ias
recomendaciones siguientes:

1- En le plicaci6
de esmeril a la
pieza trabajade
I no tionequo sujd.
torse a ela con
una soba -mano
--ino con olas os,
'pasando'. .la tla
0aloa .a uno y
MAL MEN oaro 1do de la
pleza. Sl e 'hace
una argolla con lo telo, 6sta so enrrollo y tiohd a orrastrar
la mano. Se debe tenor largo la tame entrante 'de la *tla y
corto en la saliente.


MAL t


- Parea today manipulai6
de la pizza ap6rtes
previamente hacia atr4
la herramienta y c6broe
con un capuch6n. A fal
de esta precauci6n s
produce cortes do in
portancia en las moan
muchos tomeros.






ltIEN


- Los virutas no deben quitarse con la mono. Para hacee
servirse de ganchos sacavirutas suficientemente largos.
__ --- ----


B1E.


- No ha do esmerilprse nunca introduciendo los dedos en
orificios de la pieza. Debe utilizarsm un soporte de madera
fecubierto con tela do esweril.





MAL SIEN


Los torneros debOn user gafas durante el trobajio. ejor
hacerlo es una imprudencia. EIlis son los operarios qu mn
Sso accidental los ojos. Uevar gafas do seguridad basto pa
evitarlo. Case do lesi6n abstenerse do tocarse el ogo con I
manos.


espec-
is lie-
cesible

OS


y el mejor que hemos visto has.
'ta hoy", dice Nicole Hirch en
el diario France Soir, de Paris,
al referirse al Ballet Folkl6rico
Mexicano que nos visitarA la
semana entrante.


J LJ El conjunto se presentarA el
viernes 7 y el sibado 8 de ju-
nio en el Teatro Rio. bajo los
-- auspicios de la Direcci6n Na-
cional de Cultura (Ave. "B'"
de Pa- No. 26, frente al DENI, Plaza
3mefio. de la Loteria, tel6fono Panama
stados 2-5492).
college.
di6 ar- El program esti compuesto
ebrado de 11 cuadros distintos que pre-
s y en .sentan otros tantos aspects de
la multifacetica cultural ances-
k, tral de M6xico. Son un huracdn
de ritmho, de color, de mfisica;
una explosion de vitalidad. de
alegria, de tragedia intense y
S vibrant que sacude el cordaje
t o escondido de los nervios y es
regalo y delete de la vista y los
oidos.
El ballet viene precedido por
un vendaval de laudatorias ex-
-ada clamaciones emanadas de cuan-
a el to rinc6n visit: Francia, Bl.-
ven- gica. Italia. Alemania y los Es-
tados Unidos.
elas Los amantes de la cultural y
te a de, la ffifsica harian; bien en
BAL asegurar sus 1calidades a tiem-
per Vo para no perderselo.
sino

-es- Ni a leche estl

'. Enbotellada en
I po.
rrir la Z. del Canal

unk 'Las botellas -de leche pasa-
rain a ser una curiosidad en la
Zona del Canal. Ello se debe
a que, desde mediados de ma-
yo. la leche viene empacada
en cartones encerados en vez
de botellas de vidrio. (Quienes
:a aun tuvieran botellas vacias
ae de vidrio, harian bien en devol-
verlas antes del 30 de junio en
curso. ya que despu6s de esa
Y fecha no serAn aceptadas, ni
>r en los comese" ni en los Cen-
tros de Servicio Comunales).
in La maquinaria llenadora de
s botellas, que venia funcionando
en la plant de Mount Hope, ha
sido desmnantelada y la leche
Se es ahora envasada en cartons
to encerados por una maquinaria
so Perga. hecha por la Continen-
m. tal Company.
Os La modernizaci6n del sistp-
ma obedece.a solicitud form
lada por el puiblico de la Zona
S del Canal desde hace algunos
S afios, pero hasta el pasado mes
de mayo la leche se expendia
tanto embotellada cuanto en
cartones encerados.
El cambio efectuado en nada
ha afectado al tren de emplea-
dos en la plant que es el mis-
mo que antes.
En cuanto a' cualquier que-
ja que surgiese en relaci6n cor
el hallazgo de cera dentro de
liquid. los Concejos Civico.
han recibido notificaci6n en e
sentido de .que quienes trone
zasen con tal percance pueder
revolverr el empaque de car
ton encerado y la. leche con ce
ra flotante para ser cambiado,
per otro que est6 libre de ta
material.
do Norman *B. Davisoen, su
a6 perintendente de la Secei6n d<
Ira Almacenes ha explicado qwu
1a0 se han realizados mejoras ei
9 el process de enceramiento de
carton en que se envasa la le
che, para dbviar tales difictil
tades.


-


0C '~U CVtb*C~ 0ft
ASOC*C4O~ *AR* LA WWAVSKOI *6 AtcItn*~se
*~ .6.Ar.A. C3PA~A


,U


Pigina bos


Junio 7, 1963


SP I LLW A Y


Un gran espectaculo es el


Ballet Folklorico Mexicano








Junlo 7, 1963 SPI LLWA'~ Phgina Tres


"EI Americano" vs. Los
merAano


en "La Macarena'


~4
V ~j~q':.


El torero xoneita, Robert IL6-
pez, aparece list para la
gran lidia de toros que se ce-
lebrara el domingo 9 en la
plaza de "La Macarena", en
Panama, en la cual "El Ame-
ricano" alternara con el dies-
tro mexicano Enrique Espar-
za. Dado el prestigio de que
viene envuelto et torero zo-
neita, se 'e s p e r a., unlleno ,
complete y una tarde inolvi-
dable para los fanAticos de
la tauromaquia.

Con la muleta, Robert, L6pez,
realize faenas que encienden
el entusiasmo eno los tendidos
y arran canestent6reos "ols"
de los millares de gargan-
tas. Asi, se. espera\verlo. el
domingo 9, do junior, mand6n
y toreando can vergiienza y


Toros


el Domingc


i_1 corale.
-' E la Plaza de Toros' La Maearena, en San Francisco de !a Cal.eta' habra una gran crarida de toros el domingo, a las,4:30.
p.m. en la coal alternaran en un mano a mano el mexicano Enriqiue Esparia y el torero zoneita Robert L.pez, "El ericaa e?'.
Se .lidiarn cuatro toros eneastados.
L6pez naci6, creci6 y se educe en ]a Zona del Canal, prestaydo servicios actualmente en la Oficina de Correos en Bahlboa.
Ha toreado en varias plazas de Mexico, asi conio tambien en el interior/ de la Repfiblica de Panama.
Su presentaci6n del doibingo en La Macarena sera la primera que lleve a cabo en la capital, por lo que se espera que mi-
chos aficionados a las corridas de toros, especialmente de la Zona del Canal, asistan al coso taurino de San Francisco de la Cae-
ta para ver en acci6n al muchacho del patio, que algin dia podrA vestir su traje de luces en las grades plazas do toreo. .
En la revista The Panama Canal Review, tanto en ingle co mo en espafiol, que sale en esta fecha, aparece una historic com-
pleta de Robert Lopez, "El Americano", el torero zoneita.


PELEA LAGUNA


EN BOGOTA'


Buscan revancha y tropezaran

solo .con fuertes trompadas


El boxeo aficionado colonen-
se presentarA el domingo a las
-8 p.m. su program de desqui-
ites en la Arena de Col6n, con
el event principal a cargo de
'dos fakoritos de la afici6n, Pe-
dro- B~rbda' .y Federico Bell,
de :la divisinia pluma. i
-La cartillat corita de c.nco
-,eventos, lbs cuaies son: /


Johnny Powlett vs.
Vicente Ortiz 10& libras
Mario Machado vs.
Jose yilladares 126 libras
Luis Garcea vs. Alberto Brand
120 libras:
Juan A. Gareia vs.
Victor Hoyt 126 libras
'Federico Bell vs.
Pedro Borbda 126 libras


I Pascual Perez vs. M. Moreno I

Iel Domingo 16 en Panama I
Un. famoso ex-campe6n mundial de boxeo se presentara ern
Panama probablemente el domingo 16 de junior en uno de los tin-
glados locales.
Se trata, del qrgentino Pascual P&Pez, quien fuera campe6n
mundial, deli peso mosca y quient ahora esta catalogado como el
cuarto retador a la corona mundial en, las clasificaciones de la
Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo.
Perezo se enfrentaria aqui a Manueli Moreno, primer retador
a Ia corona, nacionali de la division, en, un combat a 140 asaltos,
y con! peso, mAximo de 112 libras.
El apoderado del argentino, Lazaro Koci, Ileg6 a Panama el,
martes, por la noche para hacer los arreglos de la presentaci6nm
de su pupilowe el; Istmo.


Un equips de beisbol de la
Legitn Americana, integrado,
per jugadres' de 17 a 19 afos:
de edad" de la, Universidad y
de Eseuelas Secundarias de lat
Zona del Canal, 'salib esta ma-
fana rumbo a Santiago de Ve-
raguas. con el objeto de parti-
cipar en las celebraciones do
]as Bodas de Plata de funda-
ci6n de la Escuela Normal,
"Juan Dem6stenes Aroseme-
na".
Los j6venes peloteros, qaue
tambi6n juegan baloncesto, se
medirin esta tarde cont u se-
leccionade de beisbol. die Vera
guas en el Estadio d'e Vora-
guas y por la, neche se enften-
tarin; en paitidio de baleries*
to en el Ginmnasi die la Escue,
la Normal,. a un eombinado, de
Santiago y Sona.
Los deportistas. de, la Zona
del Canal se despedirain maria-
na por la maiana celebrando
'otre partido de beisbol.
Estos muchachos participa-
ran en el \torneo annual nacio-
Tial de la Legi6n Americana
que se celebrarA en los Esta-
dos Unidos en julio y agosto
de este afio. Antes jugarin va-
rios partidos en diferentes ciu-
dades de Centro America y
- M6xico, segfin arreglos que
estA hacienda el Departamento
de Estado de los Estados Uni-
dos.


"Mochila" tratara de mochar,

Simvicto del Ismael Laguna
Esta noche hari' su estreno en. un tinglado colombiane eF pu-
giliste panamefie Ismael Laguna, clasificado coma cuarfo retador
a la corona mundiat del peso pluma, cuando se mida conw el co-
lombiano Antonio "Mochila" Herrera en la Plaza Santa Maria
de. Bgota a un limited de 10 asaltos y 128 libras do peso ,m4amo.
Laguna se encuentra en BogotA desde liace un: par de semra-
nas y ya se encuentra, debidamente- actimatado. /
Una de las ctauiulas del contract de la pelea estipulI que
Herrera no podrA pasarse de las 128 libras, pues de hacerle no
hobra combat. Herrera ha estado peleando con pesos: ligeros
y medio medianos i1timamente.
Laguna se encuentra invicto en 27 peleas profestoneales, de
las cuales ha ganado 19 par la via rapida.


T LM


El boxeo professional en la
Rep6blica de Panama, esta iu-I
timamente muy active, ya que
durante el mes de junior hay
encuentros sefatados en Puer-
to Armuelles, Col6n, y Pana-
ma.
El noqueador Carloes Rios, un
muchacho chiricano que Ifeva
cuatro nocauts en cuatro pre-
sentaciones como professional,
se medirA el domingo 9 de e@s-
te mes con Salvador Melren
dez en Puerto Armuelles.


El campe6n pluma neeienal
Berisford Francis chocara ef
domingo 23 en el Gimnasio Naw
cional con el jamaiquino Wes-
ley Hines en pelea a TO asal-
tos.
Para el 15 de este mes se ha
sefalado la apertura, del cam-
peonato' mayor masculine de
baloncesto. en el Gimnasio Na-
cionat de Panama. El' Canal
de Panarm no pudo inscribir.
su equipo en este torneo, por
inconvenientes surgidos a ulti-
ma hora.


Laguna disputara la Corona


1Pluma con Ul
Las posibilidades de que se celebre en Panama un encuentro de
boxeo por un campeonato mundial parecen convertirse pronto en rea-
lidad, al anunciar el promoter de boxeo panamefio Jorge A. Panay que
ha sido aceptada la pelea entire el campe6n mundial del peso pluma Ul-
tininio "Sugar" Ramos y el panamefio ismael Laguna, quinto en la
'-'-sifidaci6n mundial de la division.


timinio Ramos
Panay recibi6 el mi6rcoles un cablegrama del Presidente de la Co.
misi6n de Boxeo Profesional de Panama, Manuel Diaz, quien se encoen.
tra en M6xico, informindole que habia sido aceptado el' combate por el
titulo mundial de las 126 libras.
No so ha sefialado fecha todavia del encuentro, pero. se espeo qpem
sea eon agosto o septiembre de este6aito.


A SANTIAGO ATLETAS

DE LA ZONA DEL CANAL


Pigina Tres


SP I: L L WAY


Junio 7, 1963,


IHOY.








Junio 7, 1963


SPILLWAY


PAgina Cuatro


I


CANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:30 Documental
12:00 Panamefo Panameno
12:30 Show del Mediodia
1:30 Cine en eu Casa
3:00 Teleteatro-
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:30 Documental "
6:30 Jitazo Royal
7:00 Rodeo
8:00 Ciudad Desnuda
9:00 Un Paso-an M as
Alia
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00 Carnaval de
Carlones
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
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 de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
S2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carmaval 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 Biografica
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 deo
Cartones
5:00 Jundo de la Muier
5:45 'iesta 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
10:15 Teleteatro
-JUEVES


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


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:30
2:00
2:15
3:00
4M30
5:00
5:45
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:15


Carnaval de
Cartones'.
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartone3--
Mundo de la Muler
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
International Show
Time
La Hora Once
Peter Gunn
Noticlas
Teleteatro
VIERNES
Carnaval de
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Sussy
Avances
Reportaies Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Cartones
Mundo de ]a Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
El Cegato Magoo
Noticias-
Hombre del Rifle
Picapiedras
Boris Karioff
El Fabricante de No-
ticias
Mantovani
Noticias
Teleteatro


SABADO
12:00 Carnaval de
I 'Cartones
- 12:30 Noticias
-12:45 Cine Sere Semanal
1:30 Telbtentro
3:00 -Avances '
3:13' Reportajes Mundiales
4:00 Sardo 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
9:00 P ograma Especial
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro


" ~~II. .


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo por la Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 Sdlvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazarias del Espa.
cio.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Intormal
1:30 Novela Semanal
| 3:30 Pelicula
S5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jetalura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Inlantiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato. --
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ley del Revolver.
7:00 Notician
7:30 Bin rin Tin
8:00 Legion Extranjera
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Siquiendo el Bastro
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias -
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8
(vivo. musical).
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 El Tercer Homibre
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Iniantiles
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.
5:30 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
Atr&s
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 linete de la Pradera
12:45 Nodcias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato-
5:3b Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30. Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
8:00 La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
- Atras
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias infantiles
12:15 Jet Jackson
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45D Buenas Tardes,
4:009 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 Annie Oakley
7.00 Noticias
7:30 Bdt Masterson
8:00 Lds Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atr6s -
9:00 Prisionera (Novela)
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticim .,
SABADO
11:3 Alegrias tniantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a' Lucy
2:00 Momias de Gutana.-
i I Ijuato -
4:00 Informe Cientifico
4:15 'Panorama Paname-
t'icano
5:00 Club Infantil Televito
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Investigador u b-
marino
-7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA -

HARMON L. COCKBURN, jefe
de los verificadores -de carga
en los Muelles de Crist6bal, ha 0 De
servido a la organizaci6n del
Canal de Panam durante losd
61timos 16 a-ios con la Divisi6n
de Terminales de Crist6tlal. El
estA encargado de coordinar el S
entrenamiento de los verifica.
does y estibadores, ademAs de
ver que la carga sea embarca.
da y desembarcada en los na-
vios en buen estado. Cockburn,
que naci6 en la ciudad de Co-
16n y reside alli, estuvo en la
Escuela Normal de La Boca,
Es casado y tiene cinco hijos.
Es delegado de los muelles a
la Uni6n Maritima Nacional.
Su pasatiempo es la lecture.




CARL H. THOMAS, empleado encargado de faltantes, sobrantes
o mercancia dafiada en la Divisi6n de Terminales en Crist6bal,
tiene un servicio de 38 anios con el Canal de PanamA, 15 de ellos
Sdesde 1925 hasta 1940 con la Divisi6n de Comisariatos en Cris.
t6bal. So trabajo actual consiste en Ilevar un registro de todos
los darios y pbrdidas que sufra la carga que Ilega a Qlos Muelles
-de Crist6bal. Nacido en' Col6n, Thomas obtuvo su diploma de

escuela secundaria en el 'Colegio San Jos6 de Col6n en 1924. Es
casado y tiene dos hijas, ya casadas. Su esposa se Ilama Jose-
phine. Es miembro del Consejo Civico de Rainbow City, comu-
nidad donde reside. Su pasatiempo es el de pintar letreros. En
una ocasi6n perteneci6,al Cuerpo de Muchachos Exploradores.


FRANKLIN R. SAMUELS, Ayudante, tari-
fas de fletes de la secci6n de ferrocarril en
el Dep6sito de Aduana de la Divisi6n de Ter-
minales en Crist6bal ,y cuyo pasatiempo es
la musica, tiene 16 anos de estar trabajando
con el Canal de Panama en el mismo lugar
Su trabajo consiste en sefialar las tarifas de
la carga que va por ferrocarril a Panama y
y Balboa. Samuels reside en Villa Caceres,
nueva barriada en el distrito de PanamA y
viaja todos los dias a la Costa Atlantica. Na-
ci6 en Col6n y es casado; fiene dos hijas,
una de las cuales esta en segundo afio en el
Liceo de Sefioritas. El se gradu6 en la Aca-
demia Bautista de Crist6bal en 1945. Cuando
residia en Col6n tocaba la trompeta en va-
rias orquestas y en la Baida de M6sica del
Cuerpo de Bomberos.


AURA ELENA TUION GO-
MEZ, hija de Jos6 Te6frlo Tu-
fi6n y Sra. Aura G. de Tufi6n.
Se gradu6 el 6 de junio en el
Central High School de South
Bend, Indiana. Fue becada por
el American Field Service. Es
National Honor Society Student.
El 20 de junior sale en una gira
de cinco semanas por todo el
Este de Estados Unidos, como
premio por sus magnificos cre-
ditos.



SUERTE PERRA

Tres hombres y un perro es-
taban sentados alrededor de
ana mesa jugando poker. Al
caer la tarde la sefiora de la
casa lleg6 y casi se desmaya
a. ver un perro jugando bara-
jas.

"Pero si esto es lo mAs ma-
ravilloso que jambs he vsto -
an perro jugando poker!" ex-
Hlam6 ella.

"Qu6 dene de maravilloso?"
gruii6 el perro. "Todavia no he
ganado ni una sola mano."


CALENIARIO IE EVENTS
7 8-Ballet Folkl6rico de M4xico. Presentaciones en el Tea-
tro Rio. Mas de 100 participants en este soberbio es-
pectaculo. Boletos en el Departamento de -Cultura de
Panama. (Contiguo al DENI).
7 8 El Presidente Chiari asistirA a la clausura de la II Con-
venci6n Nacional de Camaras de Comercio en Chitr6.
Exhibici6n de cuadros de Huergo G6mez en la Asocia-
ci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana, Ave. Per6, Panama.
9 Apertura de la exhibici6n de grabadbs de Julio Zachri-
son, uno de, los mejores grabadores contemporaneos.
Edificio del Magisterio Panamefio Unido. 5:30 p.m.
13 Fiesta de San Antonio en Pto. Armuelles y Pefiablanca.
III "Fiesta" Anual de la Amistad en el Club de Ofi-
ciales de Fuerte Amador con invitados especiales de
Panama '. de la Zona del Canal. /Empieza a las 6 p.m.
y el n6mero de variedades sera a las 8:30 p.m.
15 El Teatro Universitario present la pieza teatral "Ay
de los Vencidos" original de Erriesto Endara.
16 Dia del Padre en la Zona del Canal.
17 Exposici6n fotografica "El Maravilloso Mundo del Co-/
lor" en la Asociaci6n Panamerio-Norteaamericana.
18 Exposici6n de 6leos y esculturas de Jystito Arosemena.
Magisterio Panamerio Unido 8 p.m.
19 Recital de Poesia en la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norte-
americana 8 p.m.
21 Peliculas ofrecidas por la Legaci6n de Dinamarca -
8 p.m. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Americana.
24 Exhibici6n sobre la Independencia de Estados Unidos.
Asociaci6n Panamenio-Norteamericana.
24 Fiesta de San Juan en Penonom6 y en Chitr6.
28 El Little Theatre present, en Crist6bal, la comedia
"Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole".
28 Pelicula de largo metraje: Asociaci6n Panamenio-Norte-
americana 8 p.m.
29 Fiesta de San Pedro en Los Pozos y La Colorada.

JULIO
4 Aniversario de la Independencia de Estados Unidos.
5 Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela (1811).
6 El Teatro de Arte present "Las iArpias" en el Teatro
Nacional. Melodrama de Ediza N. Moreno.
14 Dia de la Toma de la Bastilla (1789).
18 Fiesta Nacional de Espania.
20 Aniversario de la Independencia de Colombia (1810).


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