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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 14, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00411
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text



Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Two Visit Japan



For 'Mule' Study


Richard Danielsen, Mainte-
nance Engineer on the Atlantic
Locks, and Felix Karpinski, a
machinist lock operator at Ga-
tun, this week started a two-
month visit to Japan in connec-
tion with the new Panama
Canal towing locomotives being
built there.
During their stay in Japan,
the two men will visit the var-
ious factories where the loco-
motives and parts for them are
being made.
The trip is to be in the nature
of a combination inspection
and instruction trip. Mr. Daniel-
sen and Mr. Karpinski, who
already have had considerable
experience with the sjx test
locomotives now in operation
at Gatun, will he present at
the Japanese Mitsubishi factory
when work begins July 1 on
the construction of the 53 ad-
ditional locomotives which the
Canal has ordered.


The order to proceed with
construction of the additional
locomotives was issued by the
Canal in April. The first ship-
ment is to arrive from Japan
in September of this year and
the others are scheduled to
arrive at reg ular intervals
after that.
It will be the second trip to
the Japanese factories for Mr.
Karpinski. who took a six-week
basic course of instruction in
the operation and maintenance
of the new locomotives in Japan
in 1961.
Later, Mr. Karpinski and sev-
eral other Locks Division em-
ployees went to the United
States to make a study of basic
hydraulics in the Vickers Co.'
factory in Detroit, Mich. Vick-
ers manufactures hydraulic
equipment and has the sub-
contract for hydraulic com-
ponents of the new locomotives.


II I
Vol. 1 No. 52 FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1963


Yple4e allegiance to the (faf 9

the 1o'ited tta e '*e'ica ad

to the .epuklic #f whichh it4 tando ,

one natkn -unde9 i i4 iaible,


10ith libeptv a l/uatice # all.


PILLWAY


Towboat Men Receive


More than 125 employees of
the Marine Bureau recently
underwent a firefighting pro-
gram, planned by Cristobal
District Fire Commander John
A. Taber. on both sides of the
Isthmus to familiarize them-
selves with the equipment used
in marine firefighting. Lt. R.
J. Douglas, station commander

Housewives

Warned About

Use of Dryers
W. G. Dolan, Chief of the
Fire Division, has issued a
warning to owners of electric
clothes dryers to o, etre of
fire hazards of certain 'combus-
tibles in such dryers.
Chief Dolan cautioned that
"to avoid the poss ability of fire,;
explosion or. poisoning by fu-
mes, the following Aems should
never be dried ip a clothes
dryer: garments marked 'dry
away from heat,' rubbe' coated
articles, shoulder -ads or other
articles'made of or containing
foam ruDber. clearing cloths or
mops that have been used with
floor wax or furniure wax- or
polish, or auto wax or cleaning
solvents, or clothes cleaned or
spotted a short time previously
with- any kind of dry cleaning
fluid or solvent."
To prevent the possibility of
fire, lint traps should be clean-
ed out each time the dryer is
used, Chief Dolan warned. Also,
check frequently for lint de-
posits in and around the drum
and in vent poping, and clean if
necessary. he said.


of the Cristobal Fire District.
was chief instructor on both
sides of the 'Isthmus."
The program, coordinated
between the Canal Fire Divi-
sion and the Marine Bureau.
was to familiarize crew mem-
bers of towboats with firefight-
ing equipment, including how
and for what kind of fire each
type is used.
The crew members, who often
assist the regular firefighters


in combating marine fires.
were instructed in the tech-
niques of anticipating the needs
of Fir e Division personnel
called to a marine fire. The
towboats on which the men
serve are used as auxiliary fire
boats for use in marine fire-
fighting.
Three five-hour classes, held
on June 4, 6 and 7, with a dif-
ferent group attending each
class. w e r e conducted last


raining

week on the Pacific side and
three similar classes were held
for employees on the Atlantic
side on May 27, 28 and 31. In
addition to firefighting demos-
trations, the "students" were
shown films and the procedures
for using emergency equip-
ment.
A similar training program
is planned in the near* future
for employees of the Dredging
Division.


THE PARTS OF a dry chemical fire extinguisher and how. to use the device are explained to em-
ployees of the Marine Bureau during a training session at the Balboa Fire Station. Fire Lt. R. J. Doug-
las, instructor for the course, is doing the explain.rig.


FIRE DIVISION LT. R. J. DOUGLAS assists towboat' engineer
Gil Rowe in extinguishing a petroleum fire with a dry chemical
extinguisher.


TOWBOAT CREWMEN learning some of the fine points in fight-
ing marine fires, wrestle a 2s-inch line during a training session at
Balboa Fire Station. That spray is the result of the water-fog nozzle
attached to the business end of the line.


Being


Observed
Flag Day, proclaimed by Pre-
sident Kennedy in accordance
with a joint resoiudon if Con-
gress, will be observed in the
Canal Zone today, with holiday
flags flying in official locations
and all citizens urged to display
the U.S. flag at their homes.
The Presidential Pr,clama-
tion calis upon Americans to
display the flag and to ponder
"our duties and responsibilities
as well as our rights and bles-
sings as Americans, to the end
that we may more fully achieve
the ideals of.justice and liberty
fur which our flag and our coun-
try stand "
Canal Zone Elks Lodges on
both sides ot the Isthmus are
, sponsoring Flag Day observe
Pnces in their respective lodge
homes, with appropriate cere-
monies. The public is invited to
participate in the prog-ams at
Loth lodges.
Guest speaker tor the 7:15
p.m. program in tne Margarita
lodge home of the Atlar.tic-side
lodge will be Lt. Col. William
M. Sullivan. The guest speaker
for the 5 p.m. program in the
La Boca Road Elk's tiome on
the Pacific side will oe Col.
Hartley F. Dame.


Women


Seeking

Glasses

The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group is looking for
drinking glasses or cups suit-
able for use by children at-
tending a school in the Old
.'anama City area.
The small glasses in which
preparedd cheese spreads are
sold would be ideal, a spokes-
man for the Women's Welfare
Group said. The glasses are
needed to serve CARE-donated
milk to the children attending
the school.
Also needed are plastic jugs
in which bleach is sold. These
jugs, when thoroughly cleaned.
make excellent water contain-
ers and are widely used for
that purpose in Panama after
they have been emptied of
bleach.
Glasses, cups, jugs or
other items which might be
useful but are no longer wanted
by their present owners can
be turned in at the Women's
Welfare Group collection point
at the Balboa. Housing Office
during o hours onday
through Friday or at Rom U.
Coco Solo Post Office Tues-
days. Wednesday and Fridays
from 9 to 11 a. m.


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Reading Program o. *


To Start Monday


This year's Main Library
Children's Reading Program
entitled "Take a Reading Trip
on The Panama Canal" will be
followed by a real trip on the
Canal on the Las Cruces. All
children who meet the school
grade requirements (grades 1-6)
and who take part in the read-
ing program will be invited on
the trip.
This is the Library's third
annual vacation reading pro-
gram. It will be held between
June 17 and July 27 at the Main
Library of the Canal Zone
Libraries in the' Civil Affairs
Building on Gaillard Highway.
The Las Cruces trip takes place
shortly after the reading pro-
!ram has been completed.
To carry out the theme of
the program: "Take a Reading
Trip on The Panama Canal,"
each child will chart his read-
-ng progress with a small
:oken paper sailboat on a large-
scale map of the Panama 'Ca-
nal in the Children's -Room.
These -little paper picture boats
will be provided by the Libra-
iy. Participants may be reg-
istered with the ,Children's Li-
brarian at any time before
June 17, or during the first
week of the program. Only
bookps read after June 17 will
'be counted.


In LBrowsingf



Collection
.ClAranda ;by Evelyn Anthony will appeal especially to the Frasers
;and Macdonalds among Isthmian clansmen. 'This romantic novel ol
the time of Prince Charles is a fascinating love story. Katherine Fra-
ser, daughter of the Earl of Clandara, and .James Macdonald -met andt
fell, in love in France. But the bitterness between the Frasers and
the Maco nalds provided many problems for them. Among the du-
-tlor'o eier historical novels are Anne 'Boteyn, Victoria and Alberi
andi All the Queen's Men.
Dead ,Iero by William Campbell Gaqlt is another Brock Callahan
detective story. The victim is a former. prnDfesinal football player
who was on Brock's team, but who later became a wealthy and no
torious playboy. Brock Callahan unfortunately .was at the victim's
house of the night of the murder .and thus had considerable explain-
ing to do.
Elizabeth Appleton is John O'Hara's twenty-second book since
ihe published Appointment in Samarra in 1934. 'This latest of his
novels, as have his others, portrays an aspect of life in the United
States as he sees and knows it. Elizabeth Appleton, the heroine of the
movel, is the unintellectual wife of a .college professor., Her story
Continues O'Hara's careful documentation, of modern American life.
Sword at Suaset by Rosemary Suteliff is .a new version of the
.Arthurian legend one with a difference. In this historical novel
the hero does not appear as the misty and legendary Ifng Arthur
but, as Artos, the Bear, mighty warrior king. Although the story is
set in the fifth century it appears to be not unlike our own time,
in its universality a period of transition and imminent national
peril. This is a Literary Guild Selection.
Tortoise by Candlelight is a novel by Nina Bawden, a young En-
glishwoman and the mother of three children. Her story is that of\
fourteen-year old Emmie Bean, a fiercely loyal youngster who watch-
es after her motherless family with a single-minded strength. To
her drunken but amiable father, her evangelistic grandmother, and
especially to- her eight-year-old brother Oliver she is a strong pro-
tectress. 'When interfering new neighbors intrude on the Beans' pri-
vate world, Emmie and Oliver analyze the -situation and handle it in
their .own way.


OLD 299 PROMOTED-Pranksters promoted 'Old 299," the Panama
Railroad steam engine which is a permanent exhibit at the Balboa
Railroad Station, to "300" with an impromptu paint job a few days
ago. The locomotive is too old to be promoted, however, according
to local railroad buffs, and will revert to "209" just as soon as
.painters can get around to making the necessary change in the
present crude numbering.


The purpose of this reading
program is to provide an op-
portunity for a wide range of
reading .during the school vaca-
tion. There will be no instruc-
tion, but personal attention will
be given to each child's special
interests. The emphasis will'be
on the pleasure which reading
good books can provide.
The Library Bulletin of June
21 will be devoted to a large
number of new children's books.

RULES
1. Regpster for the program
and get your name put on one
of the. sail boats.
2. Read 5 books to get red
sails oji your boat.
3. Read 10 books tc have
your name put on the Canal.
4. Read 12 books to be eli-
.gible for a boat trip on the LAS
CRUCES on July 'I1.
5. You may register at any
time, but only ,hooks reAd .after
June 17 will count.
r. Books most come from
system:
Pny librar.v in the Canal Zone
7, Taik. b.oks must be in-
itialed by the parent.
.s. HOW MANY 10OKS CAN
YOU R'EAD June 17 through
July 27 --6 weeks ???


Summer session classes at
the, Canal Zone College will
start Monday. June 17 in the
former Balboa Junior High
School, ,vhich will house the
College until it moves to its
new campus in La Bcca in
August.
'The former Canal Zone Junioi
.College Building in now under


To Start
going alterations to prepare it
for use as part of Balboa High
School when the regular term
opens in Septemoer. At that
time, the Canal Zone College
will move to its new campus
in La Boca.
Because of construction work
near the High School building,
most of the Canal Zone College


Student Assistants


Begin Summer Jobs


The face of youth, fresh and
alert, was appearing throughout
the- Canal organization this
week 'an's last, as student as-
sistants hired for hde summer
vacation period repotted for
work..
The girls outnumbered the
boys this s ummer, with ap-
proximaxely 75 girts and 55 boys
named to jobs ranging from
clerical duties to tasks in such
technical fields as engineering
end medicine. The E&C Bu-

Orientation


For Student


Assistants
The Canal Zone's summer
student assistants are under-
going a nalf-day orientation pro.
gram today, accompanied by
members of the Canal Zone
Tour Guide Service.
Beginning with a briefing,
including films and lectures, at
the Balboa High School Audito-
rium at 8:20 a.m., student as-
sistants from both sides pf the
Isthmus will tour the Miraflo-
res Locks and control tower,
then travel on the launch Las
Cruces through Gaillard Cut
to Gamboa.
From Gamboa the student
aids will return to their respec-
tive sides of the Isthmus, where
they will resume their normal
work hours at 2 p.m. Atlantic-
siders should arrive home by
1:30 p.m.. Pacific-siders by
1:10 p.m.
The students are considered
on-duty during this time and
t h e i r respective employing
organizations are providing
round-trip railroad passes.


reau, with 29 students assis-
tants, led all otner umits in
numbers hired, followed closely
by the Office of the Comptroller,
with 28.
The assistants are predomi.
nantly college students, ap-
proximately 10 of them being
hired, as compared to 40 high
school students. Of the 130 'se-
lected fr'm among some 350
applicants, eight are Panama-
nian students of Zone or U.S.
schools.
All of the students, bolh U.S.
and Panamanian, will receive
the same rate of pay for their
summer work: 60 cents an hour
for high school students and 82
cents an hour for college
students. The rates will be in-
creased, effective July 7, to 70'
cents an hour fo,- high school
students and 92 cents for col-
lege students. N
The students assistant pro-,
gram'is designed as mi' e than
simply summer employment
for students. It also is\antended
to be a part-time training pro-
gram, giving student. expe-
rience in their fields of interest.


Medical Group

Meeting Tuesday

The Medical Association of
the Isthmian Canal Zone will
meet in the Conference Room
of Gorgas Hospital at 7 p.m.
Tuesday to hear a presentation
of a paper on "Histoplasmosis
in Children" by Dr. Robert B.
Tesh of the hospital.
The paper to be presented by
Dr. Tesh was the winning entry
in a recent Intern-Resident Es-
say Contest at the hospital.
A buffet will precede the
meeting.


Monday

summer classes will be held
during the evening hours. Re-
gistration for these classes was
held all during the -past week.
Both high school and college
level course are being offered.
High school and junior high
students may enroll in the typ
ing, shorthand, me.ialavical
drawing, and foreign language
course with the permission of
their principal, and in certain
mnathematic courses,
The following Canal Z',ne Col-
lege courses are lsted, typing,
rhorthand, accounting, fresh-
man English (first and second
semester). speech. mechanical
and engineering drawing. Span-
ish, French, German, Rufssian,,
intermediate algebra, trigono-
mTetry, analytic geometry, busi-
ness mathematics, philosophy
of American education. world
civilization (first and second
semester), United Saates gover-
ment, psychology, and socio-
logy.
High School level coursed of-
fered will include Eng.'ish for
foreign students, English gram-
mar and composition review,
first year algebra, plane geo-
metry, and driver training. 1
The following courses will be
offered at CristobaJ High School
beginning June 24: typing,
driver training, and 'anthro-
pology.


le tte^
Dear'Sir:
I am studying Panama and
surrounding areas in school. I
find it very interesting. Al-
though summer is rapidly ap-
proaching, J would like-very
much to have a "pen-pal"
from the Canal Zone.
I have written to about three
teenagers in Jamaica, but have
never received a reply.
I have no way of finding the
address to someone I could
write to in the/ Canal Zone. I
would be very happy if you
could help me out.
Please send me the address
of a boy or girl about 13 or 14
years old that I could write to.
I am sure that it will be ex-
tremely interesting writing to
-someone in a place I have
never seen!
Thank you very much for
your time and I hope to hear
from you soon.
Peggy Donley
1856 East 8th Street
Bend, Oregon.


Page TWO


June 14 194


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SP I LLW A Y


ASTRONAUTS VISIT LOCKS-John Glenn leads the way across one of the lock gates at Miraflores
Locks during a visit last Friday morning before the astronaut party left the Isthmus after receiving
training in tropical survival techniques. Glenn, and a vid camera fan, took numerous pictures at the locks
to add ,to those he had taken during the survival tr aining. The astronauts were accompanied on their
tour of the locks by members of the' Canal Zone G uide Service.



College Summer Session


Set




.,he 14,'1963



Registration


The U.S. community gymna-
siums at Ancon, Balboa, Dia-
blo. Gamboa, Gatun, Margari-
ta and Coco Solo will accept
registrations between June 14
and June 24 for the free sum-
mer recreational activities.
The formal activities will start
on June 24. with' the gymna-
siums open for free supervised
play during the registration
period."
Parents of students from the,
various Canal Zone U.S. schools
are urged to visit the gymna-



Miami Senior


Scout Troop


To Visit Zone
A Senior Girl Scout Wing
Troop will arrive at 7 p.m. on
Thursday, June 20, at Tocu-
men Airport from Miami, Flo-
rida, for a sightseeing tour of
the Canal Zone and Panama;
They will remain on the Isth-
mus until June 2g.
The group, sponsored by the
Pan American Management
Club, will -consist of 27 girls
and three troop leaders. They
will be under the: leadership of
Mrs. Ann Campbell. The group
will stay at Ft. Kobbe. where'
arrangements are being made
by Mrs. Lynn Royals of Ft.
Kobbe;
This same group, sponsored
by the same club, made a sim-
ilar trip to' Guatemala last
year. In July or August of this
year, the Club will; send a
group of Boy Scouts to- the Ca-
nal Zone. -


(As of June 11,, 1963)
Team W L Pct. GB
Ron. Cortes 3 0 1.000 -
Seagrams V.O. 2 &f 1.000 Vs
Gordon's Gin 2 1 .667. 1
White Horse 1 2 .333 2
Four Roses 1 2 .33- 2
Peugot 404 0 4 .000 3Vs
NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
Monday
G. Gin vs W. Horse, 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday
Seagrams vs Peugot, 6:30 p.m.
R. Cortes vs Four Roses 8 p.m.
Wednesday
Ron Cortes vs G. Ginr, 7:15 p.m.
Thursday
W. Horse vs S'grams, 6:30 p.m.
SPeugot vs Four Roses, 8 p.m.
Herb Raybourn's Ron Cortes,
led by Ramon "Griyo" Reyes,
has moved into the top spot in
the Cyrca Basketball League af-
ter the first week and one-half
of play.
With Reyes providing the
scoring punch (106 points in
three gaines), the blue-clad
quintet has rolled, over Gordon's
Gin in the season opener, 77-69;
White Horse, 65-55; and hapless
Peugot 404, 71-65. Both offense
and defense are centered around
Reyes, who is scheduled to re-
port to the Army in a couple of
weeks.
Bert Joyce's Seagrams VO
squad, the pre-season pick for
third spot, has rolled up two
straight victories, a 67-56 win
over White Horse and a 63-55
triumph over Four Roses. Sea-
grams features a more balanced
attack with Willie Engelke lead-
ing the team in scoring with 37
points, followed by Tom Murphy
and Charlie Newbury with 25
and 24, respectively.
Gordon's Gin, piloted by Bill
Young, is holding down third
place as a result of their 65-61
decision over Peugot and a 66-57-
win over Four Roses. They lost
their opener to Ron Cortes, 77-
69. Dick Gayer, second high


slums to pick up registration
forms or to send their children
for them.
All seven gymnasiums will
offer a wide variety of activ-
ities. One of the most popular
is competitive basketball, which
is based on leagues in which
the youngsters are classified
according to height, age, and
weight. For elementary boys,
a junior sized basketball is
used, the baskets are lowered,
the quarters are shortened, and
every boy who shows up for
regular games must be al-
lowed to play at least a quar-
ter.
In addition, archery is stres-
sed during the recreation pro-
gram with instruction and re-
gular practice and "shoots"
being offered at every pl'ay-
ground. All participants will be
aiming at trying to qualify for
the championship tournament
to be held at Margarita on
August 13.
The gymnasiums will offer
tumbling, badminton, volley-
ball. newcomb, girls basket-
ball, ping pong, and other re-
creation games such as kick-
ball and battleball. In addition
to these g e n e r a I activities,
some playgrounds will have,
special activities, such as golf
or weight training.
An example of the activities
available by merely signing up
by June 24th is the following
one-hour schedule from one
playground: 10 to 11 a.m. -
"C" L e a, g u e Basketball for
boys;- basketball for girls 10
years of age,and; over; archery
for boys and girls. 13 and 14
years of age; 5 to 7 yr. old
tumbling; 5 to 7 yr. old, activ-
ities; organized games for boys
and girls of 9 and over: weight
training. and physical condi-
tioning_ for hi'sh school boys.


I


scorer in' the league- leads the
team in scoring. Like Reyes, Ga-
yer carries most of his team's
scoring- load. .Ho ;:ver, Jack
Corrigan and Bill Young, both
indispensable under the back-
boards,, each have added 30
points to the Ginners' cause.
White Horse and Four Roses,
captained by Gabby Kourany-
and Gary Collins, respectively,
have each posted 1-2 records
thus far in the season. White
Horse's only win came against
Peugot, 67-59. Ray Nesbitt, on)@
of the best hustlers in t he
league and the loop's third high
scorer, is doing most of the
damage to opponents. Al Os-
borne, Larry Horine, and Arnold
Manning provide a limited ad
edition to the scoring column and
to the rebounding.
A we#l rounded attack has
netted Four Roses only one win
so far this season. With Ken
Anderson doing a fine job on the
boards and hitting 46 points
(fifth',in the, league), and a' sur-
prisingly sharp Doug Aseron
and the ever-sharp Gary Collins
hitting well, it is a wonder that
Collins' five has been unable to
win but one contest. If Wally
Trout and Mike Petrowski get
hot soon, roses may be placed
on the graves of the opponents.
A high-scoring, but non-win-
ning, Peugot 404 is in the cellar
at the moment. They have fine
rebounding strength and have
scored, but have been unable to
winrany of their four games this
year. Jennings Rogers is pro-
viding most of the punch fourthn
in scoring), but Fred Raybourn
and Bob, Sanders could get hot
at any time. Dale Stevens, one
of the finest players ever to
play inr the Canal Zone, is hav-
ing trouble finding his shooting
eye.
Fans are reminded that there
is. no admission price and are
urged to come out and enjoy
some fine basketball.


sPI LLWAY Paqe TH~


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baskaettkdt name hW4 ~Inthe, EscueIatw No'rmsfatgvanasiu
urdvr From. left to'. rig"afre- Vic' Alers (TT)' of the
tufl~er Quinn (,vT,1.afto, of tlyq Cawra$Zone, Mm ir cap;a
field S~awntiavo.pwer and E frmcer at of ,3ewa1go. s
the. ci%"%sq'7M541.


r Recreation

P ools Offer

Instruction.

Competition
.-


a


;raguas Bas-
ho arranged
tr. Brogie.
treated the
o .lunch just
trip to the

ibil;ty that,-
reports to
ee, for its,
5 American,
game, the
our through
nd Mexico,
itb local
ay.


A Canal Zone baseball team
carried people-to-people rela-
tionships. to the- Panm'a- interior
town of Santiago de Veragutas
last weekend, to help celebrate
the 25th anniversary of the
"Juan Demostenes Arosemena"
Teacher's College (Escuela
Normal).
The school is. attended by
students from- throughout Pan-
ama, including San Blas and
Darien Indians who want to
become teachers. The educa-
tional facilities include an ele-
mentary school, a high school,
and the college.
Team members from Fort
Clayton Post No. 7, American
Legion, who. made the trip
were Vic Alers, Warren. Ashton.
Gene Blumberg, Bob Boat-
wright, Dave Cohen, Tim Corri-
gan. Bill Coy, Glen Evans,
Gene Frauenheim, MacNair
Lane, Rusty Potter, and Larry
Simpson. Bob Ostrea (Panama
Insurance). Jim Riley (Kodak),
Lut her Quinn (Kodak). and
George Hovan (Panama Insur-
ance) were picked from' other
teams in the league, to round
out the- teum..
Accompanied by manager
Pete- Corrigan, Legion Chair-
man Dick Brogie, and Allen
Alexander from, the Panama.
Canal Information Office. the
boysileft Balboa by Mmus at 8:30
a.m. Friday.
Arriving, at Santiago at about
one in the afternoon, the boys.
went to the Hotel del .Moral,
where they were met by the
owner,. Tito- del Moral, who
also is& a music professor at
the institution. Rain cancelled
the baseball game scheduled
for that afternoon:. Instead.the
group was given a special tour
of the school, accompanied by
Aristides, Urefia A.. President
Club Padre de Familia -of the
Escuela. Normal.
During the tour, the' group
was introduced to the director
of the school,. Maria de la Paz
Urriola de Torraza. and the
school inspector. Hector Duta-


ry (Inspector del I
Varones). Friday e
team. and.those ae
it were' guests of th4
dinner 'and tire be
lavish Coronation
honor of the school
niversaxy. Da-neinl
crowning of the q
festivities, Elizabet
Panama City, an
Santiago, highlighted
ing.
The- following m
Zonians played a
Santiago-Son' bask
The Canal Zone sq
the end of the first
lost by 16 points.
mediately following
ball game, the i
team played a bas
against the Santiag
Zone team was ab
six hits against
Panamanian's, butt
bunch them toget
the contest 2-0. Ma
Corrigan used four
an effort to stop t
team. The game w
for six innings, but
and a wild pitch.
aid' of a hit, netted
for the Santiaon pl
Ing theni the win
The hospitality
lines of, the Panar
long. be remember
boys who- went. A g
thanks are due
President of the Ve
kethajl League. wh
the events with I
Mr. 'Diaz' league
Canal Zone grow) t
nrior to the return
Zone.
There is a poss
before the team
Memphis,. Tennesse
-scheduled August 1
Legion Tournament.
group will take a't
Central America an
playing baseball w
teams along the 'w


Gymnasium Activities

To Start on June 24


Ron Cortes Five .
Leads r I Santiago Ev
Leads CYRCA LoopD


OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
(June 3 9)
Miraflores Locks T,678
Gatun Locks 204
Las Cruces, 4 trips 610
Reina Manuelita, I 7 2fp 0
Passenger Ships, noem -
Other toursr-norne -
GRAND TOTAL NS


S P I L L W A Y


Paqe TH-"


0- The U.S. Community Swim-
ming pools at Coco Solo. Gatun.
Gamboa, and Balboa will of-
fer a full instructional and
competitive program this sum-
m er ,
The pools will be open for
free recreational swimming
every day until June 24, when,
the classes start.
Parents and U.S. school
youngsters are encouraged to
visit the pools between June, 14
and June 24 to study the many
classes offered.
There will be classes on every
level of swimming ability for
all ages. On' the beginners level.
the swimmers will be suhdi-
vided into homogenous groups
so that each child will be' pro-
S;.. perly challenged but not over-
extended.
Although the main emphasis
4 will' be instructional swimming;
there will be ample opportuni-
ty for water- games. and com-
k" Js" ~ pet tive swimming. Irr addition
to the intra-pool weekly swim-
r ming meets, there': will be inter-
H .i 1ip, pool meets and' two Isthnmian
.. meets,.
.The regular competent staffs
i,, .. s have been bolstere'd- for 'the
summer -with highly 'qualified
Sports Supervisors to be. in
... charge of the instructional pro-
,,'i.,-< gram'. Yimn Woff presently a
Diabld Junior High School
ya' aym an teacher.,. but in the' past the
wCa wal Zoe- Canal Zone, Colfege' coa efr and
um last .at- physical edueaition teacher. will
Canal Zone, be stationed at Gamboa. Water
an unidenfi- Safety Instructor and physical
MiUfage wwO education teacher.. Sid Kennoe;
will remain at his reguf'r as-
signmeTirt at Gatun Pool.
Dor Connor wil' be in charge
of the Balboa Pool swimming
program.. Connor. also. is the
Balboa High School swimming
coach and the Canal Zone -Ied
Cross Water Safety Chairman.
STe coach of the Cristobal
"y 1 High School swimming teams,
Louis Dedeaux. will, head um
the program at th Coco- Solo.

.nternado de
evening, the
ccompaying Skindiving
ie school for
eautiful and
D anc e in
's silver an- _
g and the Ins4, 11,.
ueen, of the
th Icaza of
alumna of AtA
ed the even-. 0 t1- A
A new junior course int Skinr
morning the and Scuoa Divine for 15; 19,
combined and 17-year-old fellows and girls
etball team. will startirig June ?5. at the Bal-
quad led at boa YMCA. The course wifl be
quarter, but conducted in the "Y' swim-
70-54. Im- ming pool on Tuesday -and
the basket- Thursday evenings from 7 to 9
Canal Zone p.m.
seball game Chico de la Lastra, a certified
o hosts. The YMCA SCUBA Instructor, will
le to collect teach the course Mr de 1t
two by the Lastra has had considerable ex-
could not perience in this field' anrd is
their. losing highly qualified to instruct in
manager Pete all phases All aeede.J- eqit
pitchers. in meant for the course 'will be
the Santiago provided end all ao plicznts. are
vas scoreless required to complete the ap-
t four walks plication and medical fi 'm.
without the Fee for the 25-hour course is
ed two runs $25 payable upon registration.,
ayers, earn- Applicants for the course may
apply at the Main Desk itff the
and friend- "Y". Due to facilities enroll-
manians will ment is limited For further
red by the information contact the Batbow
great deal of YMCA.
ATi. Ti






Page FOUR


S P ILLWAY


June 14, 1963


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RICHARD M. CONOVER, position classifi-
cation specialist in the Personnel Office, An-
con, has three hobbies, all beginning with the
letter S-sports, stamps and stocks. I
He has played with championship basket.;
ball, baseball 'and bileyball leagues, and still
is an active participant in sports.
He was born in Somerville, Mass., and came |
to thel Isthmus as a boy. He attended schools
in Cristobal and Balboa,- and is a graduate of
Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois.'
His first job with the Panama Canal was
summer vacation employment as combination
office clerk and carpenter's helper in the old
Mechanical Division, Cristobal. In 1951, after
graduation from Bradley University, he took
his first full-time Panama Canal position,, as
a supervisory freight traffic clerk,' In 1955 he
transferred to the Personnel Bureau as a posi .
tion classifier.
Mr. Conover is married and lives in La ,
Boca with his wife and three children, the
oldest of whom is in the first grade in Balboa.







B -
Buying`Bond Easy

Their savings bond representa- tSwisher; Locks Divisi
tives in the various units of the dro Miguel, Julia J. I
Panama Canal organization!are Miraflores, Henrietta C
prepared to help any employee klosky; Gatun, Gladys B
prepare the ,necessary papers phrey; Locks Division
to buy bonds through payroll Lee Kariger.
deeductions Engineering and Const
This simple, or g a n i ze d Director: Director's Offic
method of purchasing the say- Faye C. Minton; Contra
Mgs bonds, which earn 3% Inspection' Div.is ion
per cent interest compounded Evelyn S. Barrett. Cha
semi-ann ally, is provided for Barton, and Mrs. Lois V
the ease .and convenience of Dredging Division, E;
all employees interested in Romigh, Victor C. M a
purchasing bonds. ohn E. Sholund, Jr., an
For the past two weeks, the
Spillway has listed the names
of bond representatives in a
number of Canal units. Follow-
ing are the names of the re-
presentatives in units not pre-
viously listed.
Administrative Branch: Gen-
eral Services Section, G. K.
Shear; Printing Plant, Mrs.
Elvera N. Breakfield.
Transportation and Terminals
Bureau: Director's Office, Mrs,
Mfary M. Coffey; Motor Trans,
portation, Ancon, G e or g e
Black; Motor Transportation,
Cristobal. Harold C. Laurie; -
Water Transportation, Capt. .
Charles Foley; Railroad Divi-
sion, Balboa Y'ard, Robert C.
Daniel; Cristobal Yard, G. H.
Herring; Pedro Miguel, F. R.
Call;' Balboa,'R. E. Pase;. Bal-
boa, T. A. Albritton; Ancon,
B. Dorfman; Terminals Divi-
vion, Cargo,Handling, Cristobal.
Gilbert Sollas and Herman G.
Edwards; Cargo Handling, Bal-
-boa, Frahcis G. Reardon and
U.' W. Wallace; Marine Bun-
kering, Cristobal, Walter
Fender; 'M a r-i n e Bunkering,
Balboa, Worden French and,
lRafael Vaughn.
Marine Bureau: Director's Of- ROBERT LOPEZ, known
fice, Ethel M. Brown; Industrial as a bullfighter last Sund
]Division, E. W. Brandt; Naviga- .fighting native bulls. Mex
tion Division. Balboa, Dorothy with the Zonian, who is'
Stexens, and. Cristobal. Arden employeee at the B.alboa I


JAMES L. HAWKINS spends most of his
working hours studying the breeding habits of
sandflies or Culicoides as they are known to
the scientists.
Although he has been working with the
Sanitation Division only since January 1961 on
project "Elimination Sandfly," Mr. Hawkins
was an expert on this subject before he came
to the Canal Zone. He was graduated from
the University of Tennessee with a master's
degree in entomology and wrote his master's
thesis on Culicoides.
At present he makes his headquarters in
a special Sanitation Division laboratory at
Coco Solo Hospital, from where he is direct-
ing the latest battle against the tiny pest.
The method, recommended by Dr. Andrew
J. Rogers, Director of Control Research of
the Florida State Board of Health, involves
inundation of a 25-acre plot of mangrove
swamp within the Navy Ammunition Depot
area opposite Coco Solo.
Mr. Hawkins, with his Wife and two chil-
dren, lives in Coco Solo, which, like the
townsite of Margarita, is well within the
Atlantic side sandfly belt.


Way To Save

n. Pe- D. Tate; Electrical Division,
olmes; Miss Julieta Arosemena; Engi-
. Win- neering Division, Mrs. Florence
. Hum- K. Rosenblatt, Mrs. Evella C.
office, Wright and Joseph Stults; Main-
tenance Division, Mrs. T. L.
ruction Horter. Mrs. T. M. Sasso, Mrs.
c, Mrs. Dorothy D. Douglas, and Mrs.
ct and Betsy R. Hoenke; Maintenance
SMrs Division, Cristobal, James F.
rles P Hickman and Gladstone S.
SKerr; Fowles.
arl V., Central Employment Office,
1 an t, Mrs. Verna A. Barnett and
d Jesse Clarence H. Brown.


as '"El Americano," made his local debut
ay at La Macarena bullring in Panama City,
ican torero Enrique Esparza shared the bill
a part-time bullfighter and full-time postal
Post Office. ,


PEOPLE IN THE SP OTLIGrr-IT


Certificate,


$200 Given


To Seaman

Ernesto C. Archibold, a
launch seaman assigned to
the Cristobal Harbormaster,
was awarded the first Pa-
nama Canal lifesaving cer-
tificate this week. The new
certificate and its award
has been established as past
of the Incentive Awards
Program. N
The recently-approved new
award under the Incentive
Awards Program was deli-
vered to Mr. Archibold by
Capt. Eli D. Ring, Chief of
the Navigation Division.
In addition to the certi-
ficate, signed by the Gover-
nor, a check for $100 was
presented to. Mr. Archibold.
On hand to witness the pre-
sentation were Cristobal
Harbormaster Reymond R.
Will, -Balboa Port Captain
Elmer G. Abbott and Act-
'ing Cristobal Port Ceptain
Andrew S. Stohrer.
The special award recog-
nized Mr. Arclibold's brave
action ,n jumping into Cris-
toba) Harbor to rescue a
crew member who fetl from
a transiting ship. This was
done under hazardous con-
ditions which might have
resulted in death or injury
for Archibold.



Coming


Events

June 15-Third Annual Friend-
ship Frolic will be held
at Fort 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 16-Father's Day in -the
Canal Zone.
June 17-Photography exhibi-
tion "T h e Marvelous
World of Color" opens at
Panamanian-North Amer-
ican Association.
June 18-Medical Association of
the Isthmian Canal Zone
meets at 7 p.m. in Con-
i ference Room, G o r g a s
Hospital.
June 24-Fiesta of San Juan in
Penonome and Chitre.
June 26-29-Panama University
Theater will present the
play "Ay de los Venci-
dos" by Panama author
Ernesto Endara at 8:30
p.m. at the Paraninfo.
June 28-30-Cristobal L i tt 1 e
Theater will present the
comedy "Blood. Sweat,
and Stanley Poole" at 8
p.m. at France Field
Little Theater.
June 29-Fiesta of San Pedro
in Los Pozos and La, Co-
lorado.
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.
July 5J7- Cristobal Little
Theater presents the com-
edy "Blood, Sweat, and
Stanley Poole" at the
France Field Little
Theater at 8:00 p.m.
July 15-19-Fourth Conferdnce
of the American Armies,
Fort Amador.
July 16-21-A celebration in
honor of the T a b o g a
Patron Saint, including a
maritime procession July
21 at 9 a.m., and a flower
procession at 3 p.m. The
Tourist Bureau of Pan-
ama will establish con-
tuinag_. launch service.


CFN-TV

SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-This Is The Life
4:00-Exploring
5:00-Concert Hall 4
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Bell Science Series
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
Review
9:00-What's My Line
. 9:30-Merv Griffin
10:00-Alumni Fun
10:30-Christophers
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Jack Paar
MONDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Tenn. Ernie Ford
5:30-American Musical
Theater .
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Global Zobel
7:00-Bienvenido a
7:15--Air Force Story
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Movietime-
."Hellgate"
10:30-Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-0-Enc: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-Sports Thrills of 1962
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore 'how
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Armchair -Theater-
"Young and Will-
ing"
10:30-Ted Mackz
11:00-Final Edition
l1:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.
WEDNESDAY
4:50-Billboafd
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-Summer Harvest -
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--SCN 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-Science In Action
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Showcase
7:30-All-Star Golf
8:30-Willy
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Sing Along With
Mitch
10:00-Steve Allen Show
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-I'm Dickens-Ue's
Fenster
8:00-Marine Circus
8:55-SCN News
9:00---rice Is Right
9:30-I've Got A Secret
10:00-Jack Paar Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Friday Night Theater
"Limping Man''
SATURDAY ,
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:00--Saturday Matinee -
"Young and Will-
ing"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
S8:55-SCN News
9:00-U.S. Steel Hour
10:00-Steve Allen Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Marine Circus


t

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n,

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Metodos de combatir incendio


exhiben bombers de la Zona


Mas de 125 empleados de la
Direcci6n de Marina tomaron
recientemente un cursllo so-
bre combat de incendios bajo
la direcci6n del Comandante
del Cuerpo de Bomberos Dis-
tritorial de Crist6bal, John A.
Taber; la ensefianza se dispen-
s6 en ambas costas del Istmo y
sirvi6 para familiarizar a los
estudiantes con el equipo de
combatir incendios maritimos.
El Teniente R. J. Douglas,
Comandante del Cuartel de
Bomberos de Crist6bal, fue el
principal instructor en ambos
literales.
El program, preparado con-
juntamente por la Divisi6n de
Incendios del Canal de Pana-


mA y la Direeci6n de Marina,
tuvo por objeto familiarizar a
la tripulaci6n de los remolca-
dores con el equipo de comba-
tir incendios, inclusive cuAl
equipo es el mAs eficaz para
cada tipo de conflagrac&6n.
La tripulaci6n, que general-'
mente ayuda a los bombers a
combatir incendios abordo, ro-
cibi6 instrucciones respect a
lo que debe hacerse para ade-
lantarse a las necesidades de
los bombers Jlamados a apa-
gar fuegos abordo. Los remoi-
cadores abordo de los cuales
presta su servicio la tripula-
ci6n que tomn6 estos cursos., se
utilizan como naves auxiliares
durante fuegos maritimos, es
decir, en embarcaciones.


Las classes se dividieron en
tres de cinco horas cada una,
dictAndose los dias 4, 6 y 7 de
junio en curso. Grupos distin-
tos fueron asignados a cada
clase. tanto en el pacifico cuan-
to en el atlAntico, donde las cla-
ses se verificaron los dias 27,
28 y 31 de mayo pr6ximo pasa-
do.
AdemAs de demostraciones
de combatir incendio, las tri-
pulaciones vieron peliculas y
aprendieron tecnicas para em-
plear con .equipo de emergen-
cia.
Un program similar esta
siendo proyectado para los em-
pleados de la Divisi6n de Dra-
gado.


DEWEY E. MANN (derecha) apaga fuego de petroleo con un e x
tinguidor quimico i'seco" durante la sesi6n de adiestramiento ofre-
cida en el cuartel de bombers de Balboa.


El Teniente Douglas demuestra a miembros de la tripulaci6n
de usar un extinguidor'quimico seco.


EL CAPITAN RAY WHEELER, del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Bal.
boa, (Izq.) observa mientras miembros de la tripulaci6n de un remol.
cador aprenden c6mo manelar una manguera con pist6n de 1 pul-
gada que tiene uso dual para agua o espuma.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 1,678
Esclusas de Gat6n 204
Las Cruces (4 viajes) 613
Reina Manuelita (1 viaje) 20

GRAN TOTAL 2,515
Informaci6n suministrada
por el Servicio de Guias.


Van al Japon a estudiar las


nuevas "mulas" para el canal


Richard Danielsen, Ingeniero
de Mantenimiento de las esclu.
sas del AtlAntico y Felix Kar.
pinski, maquinista operator de
esclusas de Gatfin, iniciaron es.
ta semana una visit de dos
mneses de duraci6n que abarca-
rA las diversas fAbricas donde
se estAn construyendo las "mu-
las" locomotoras ordenadas en
el Jap6n para ser empleadas
en las esclusas del Canal do
PanamA.
La funci6n de ambos funcio
narios combine la inspecci6a
con la instrucci6n. Ambos tie-
nen ya considerable experien-
cia con las 6 locomotoras de
prueba que actualmente fun-
cionan en Gatun y estaran pre-
sentes el primero de julio en la
plant Mitsubishi cuando se ini-
cien los trabajos de construc-
ci6n d las otras 53 locomoto-
ras ordenadas por el Canal de
Panami.
El pedido para proceder con
la fabricaci6n de las 53 locomo-
toras de remolcar, fue expedi-
do por el Canal de PanamA en
abril. El primer embarque es
esperado del Jap6n en septiem-


bre del afio en curso y los res-
tantes a intervals regulars.
Este es el segundo viaje del
senior Karpinski a las fAbricas
japonesas ya que en 1961 tom6
un curso bAsico de instrucci6n
en la operaci6n y mantenimien-
to de las nuevas locomotoras.
MAs adelante Karpinski y
varies otros funcionarios de las


esclusas viajaron a los Esta-
dos Unidos a realizar un estu-
dio bAsico de hidrAulica en la
plant de la Cornpafiia Vickers
en Detroit, Michigan. La
Vickers fabric equipo hidrAu-
lico y tiene sub-contratos para
manufacturer components hi-
drAulicos de las nuevas "mu-
las".


El Ca





ol. 1 No. 52
Vol. 1 No. 52


nal de Panama




ILLWAY

VIERNES 14 DE JUNIOR DE 1963


Se necesitan vasos y botijas

para servir leche a los nifios
Las Damas del Canal de Panami estan interesadas en
recabar vasos y cops que puedan ser utilizadas por los escolares
de Panama La Vieja.
No se desestiman los receptaculos de vidrlo en que vienen
products lacteos como el queso procesado y que pueden usar
los nifios para liquidos. Las copas y vasos se necesitan a fin de
poder servir la leche donada por la CARE a los ninos de edad
escolar.
Tamblin se recibiran gustosamente las vasijas plisticas
en que se expenden algunos liquidos importados. Esas vasijas
rienen muchos usos practices una vez se les limpla-eficazmente.
Quienes tuvieren vasos, cops y recepticulos de vidrio y
las vasijas, cacharros y cantaros plAsticos que pudieren donar.
oodrian comunicarse con Las Damas del Canal de Panami o
acudir a su punto de recolecci6n en la Oficina de Vivienda de
Balboa durante las horas habiles, de lunes a viernes, o al Des-
oacho 11, Correos de Coco Solo, los martes, miercoles y vier-
nes de 9 a 11 del dia.


I '

pl 1M6dicos del Gorgas
27 muchachas exploradoras Sesionan el Martes


flegan al Istmo el dia Jueves
mo, Zona del Canal, celebrarS
reunion en el Sal6n de Confe-
El jueves 20 de los corrientes Ilegara al aeropuerto de Tocumen un Ala de la Tropa de Muchachas rencias del Hospital Gorgas a
Exploradoras procedente de Miami, Florida. Las "girl- scouts" vienen al Istmo en una visit de placer y las 7 p.m. del martes para es-
permanecerin aqui hasta el 26 de junior. cuchar la presentaci6n de un
trabajo sobre Ja "Histoplasmo-
El grupo, cuyo viaje es auspiciado por el Club de Gerencia Panamericano (Pan American Manage. sis en los Nifios". de que es au-
ment Club) esta integrada por 27 muchadas y 3 lideres de grupo y lo comanda la seiora Ann Campbell. tor el Dr. Robert B. Tesh.
El trabajo del Dr.. Tesh re-
La sefiora Lynn Royals, de Fuerte Kobbe, esti ultimando los arreglos para el alojamiento de las sult6 premiado en. recientecon-
visitantes. curso celebrado en el hospital
para interns y residents.
El mismo grupo estuvo el afio pasado en Guatemala. En jullo e agosto de este afio el mismo club Antes. de la sesi6n habre un
mauspiclarS ma visits de "boy-scouts" a la Zona del Canal. buffet.







P~iaDSSPL1 A unO1,16


Esta Probado que o mm, ma-



CINTURONES de SEGURIDAD, "

Disrminuyen los Indices de


Muertes y Lesiones en los


Accidents Automovilisticos.


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Si tiene Ud. cinturones de
seguridad, Ciselos.
Si Ud. no los tierke. instilelos
inmediatamente, dindole a su
familiar el regalo miAs preciado,
el que demuestra que Ud. real-
mente se preocupa por ellos.
Nadie incluye dentro de sus


planes tener un accident. Pe-
ro seamos realistas, y admi-
tamos que los accidents ocu-
rren igua~mente, y en el mo-
mento menos esperado.
Desde que Ud. puede verse
implicado en un' accident, ya
sea por culpa suya o del otro
conductor, por fallas mecani-
cas de ,%u vehiculo, o de otro
vehiculo, Ud. demdstrarai ser
list e inteligentd si plane por
adelantado para que Ud. y sus
pasajeros tengan las mejores
posibilidades de salir con vida
y sin sprias lesions.
Una, de las mejbres formas
de loorarlo, es mediante la ins-
talaci6n de cinturones de se-
guridad debidame.ite aproba-
dos. en su autom6vil particu-
lar. Las posibilidades estarin
de 5 a 1 en su favor. y Ud. se
sentira tambi6n inms conforta-
ble.
Las estadisticas de seguri-
dad revelan lo siguiente:
1-Sus posibilidades de sobre-
vivir a un accident de au-
tom6vil son CINCO VECES
MAYORES si se esti via-
jando con el cintur6n de se-
guridad colocado.


2-Ocurre una muerte CADA 15
MINUTOS y una lesi6n inha.
bilitadora CADA 22 SEGUN-
DOS debido a accidentes au-
tomovilisticos.
3-Las 2/3 parties de los acci-
dentes fatales ocurren den-
tro de los 25 kil6metros del
hogar y a velocidades de
menos de 50 kil6metros por
hora.
4-El .12% de los ocupantes
arrojados fuera del vehicu-
lo han muerto, comparados
con el 2.6% de los que per-
manecen dentro del- vehicu-
lo.
Una de las causes principa-
les de miuertes y lesiones en las
calls y carreteras es que al
producirse el choque; los con-
ductores y pasajeros son arro-
jados hacia adelante con fuer-
za demoledora contra el volan-
te, el tablero de instruments
o el parabrisas o son lanza-
dos fuera del autom6vil.
El cintur6n de seguridad lo
sujeta a Ud. Ello disminuye el


impact del golpe: lo mantie-
ne a Ud. en 61 autom6vil, don-
de Ud. esti seguro.
RECUERDE, los cinturones
de seguridad constituyeon un
important factor de seguridad
suplementario, pero nunca Dpue-
den substituir una conducci6n,
ni al manejo defensive.
LOS CINTURONES DE SEGU-
RIDAD SALVAN MUCHAS
VIDAS... Y EL MANEJO
DEFENSIVE TAMBIEN...


Crece Interes en la Coleccion de Panama'


El iltimo letrado en sentar
sus tiendas en la Biblioteca de
la Zona del Canal para consul-
tar su internacionalmente fa-
mosa colecci6n de PanamA lo
es el senior Duncan Cameron,
de Nueva York.
El senior Cameron prepare
su tdsis de doctorado en el De-
partamento de Legislaci6n Pu-
blica y Gobierno de la Univer-
sidad de Columbia; su especia-
lidad es el campo de la politi-
ca canalera de los Estados
Unidos.
El senior Cameron hizo traba-
jo preliminary de investigaci6n
en la biblioteca de la Univer-
sidad de Columbia y pas6 lue-
go a la del Congreso, donde-
permanecid dos meses.


Sin embargo encuentra que
la Colecci6n de Panama con-
tiene material ainico e invalua-
ble para obtener un mis claro
concept de la vida istmefia de
hace varias d6cadas.
Entre otros letrados que han
realizados series investigacio-
nes sobre el mismo tema, va-
li6ndose de la famosa Colec-
ci6n de PanamA que hay en la
Biblioteca de la Zona del Ca-
nal. vale recorder' especial-
mente a John y Mavis Biesanz,
autores de "Gente de Pana-
mA"; John E. Minter. author de
"El Chragres"; Miles P. Du-
val, autor de "Y las Montafias
se Movieron" y "De Cadiz a
Cathay" amboss libros sobre
el Canal de PanamA).


LOPEZ SE HINCA ante el astado para demos trar su valor durante una de las incidencias de la
corrida que- fue muy concurrida, especialmente por el element zoneita que estaba ansioso de ver en
acci6n al empleado del Correo de Balboa.


130 Estudiantes

son empleados

de Verano

Caras j6venes, nuevas y aler-
tas, aparecieron por toda la or-
ganizaci6n del Canal esta se-
mana, a media que ics estu-
diantes ayudantes que ban sido
empleados durante el period
de vacaciones de verano, co-
mienzan t presentarse a tra-
bajar.
Las muchachas superaron en
ndmero a los muchacr.os eSte
verano, al ser nombradas 7-5
muchachas y 55 muchachos en
trabajos que van desd;. las la-
bores de oficina hasta 1.s cam-
pos tecntcos como la mgenieria
y la medicina. La Direeci6n de
Ingenieria y Construccion, con
29 estudiantes ayudantes., enca-
bez6 a todas las ot as unidades
er cantidad de empleados, se-
guido estrechamente por la
Contraloria con 28.
Los ayudantes son en su ma-
yoria estudiantes universitarios,
pues 90 deOellos tan s'oo em-
pieados, comparaao coo 40 de
escuela secundaria. -De los 130
seleccionados entire ur os 350
solicitantes, ocho son estudian-
tes panamefios de las escuelas
de la Zona y de los Estados Uni-
0os.
Todos los estudiantes tanto
estadounidenses como paname-
fios, recibiran la misma escala
de sueldc por su trabawo vera-
niego: 60 centavos por hora pa-
ra los sbtudiantes de escuela
secundaria y 82 centavos por
hora para los 'estudiant s uni-
versitarios.
El program de estudiantes
ayudantes ha sido deaoc, no so-
lamente como un simple em-
pleo veraniegc para lo- estu-
diantes. Jambi6n ;ene Is inten-
ci6n de ser un Trograma de
prActica tempora, pr~porcio-
nando a los estud'antes la ex-
periencia necesarta en sus cam-
pos de interns.


$100 y una mencion


por salvar una vida

Ernesto C. Archibold, un marinero de lancha asignado al
Capitan de la Rada de Cristobal, recibi6 esta semana el primer
certificado del Canal de Panami por salvar una vida. El nuevo
certificado y su premio ha sido establecido como parte del Pro-
grama de Premios por Incentiva.
E! premio fue entregado al Sr. Archibold por el Capitan Eli
D. Ring, Jefe de la Division de Navegacior
Ademas del certificado. firmado per el Gobeenador, un' che-
que por $100 fue entregado al Sr. Archiboid.
Testigos de la entrega del premio fueron el Capitan de la
Rada de Crist6bal, Raymond R. Will; el Capitin del Puerto de
Balboa, Elmer G. Abbott, y el Capitan del Puerto Interino de
Cristobal, Andrew S. Stohrer.
El premlo especial fue un reconocimiento de la vallente
actitud del Sr. Archibold al saltar a la Rada de Crist6bal pare
rescatar a un mlembro de la tripulaci6n que cay6 de un barco
que transitaba. Esto fue hecho balo condiciones peligrosas que
han podido resultar en la muerte o leriones para Archibold.



Nicanor Zabaleta primer


arpista del mundo toca aqui


Nicanor Zabaleta, considera-
do por la critical mundial co-
mo el primer arpista contem-
porAneo, ofrecera un minico re-
cital en el Istmo el lunes en-
trante. 17 de junior, segdn anun-
cio hecho por la Asociaci6n de
Conciertos.
El concerto de Zabaleta se
verificara en el Teatro Bella
Vista y Aun cuando se trata
del segundo de la temporada


de abonos, quedan unos cuantos
boletos que pueden ser obteni-
dos llamando al tel6fono (Pa-
nama) 3-0938 6 3-0816.
El primer arpista- del mo-
mento v i ene realizando una
exitosa jira por paises de Eu-
ropa, el Asia y America. En
1959 gan6 el premio de la Aca-
demia Francesa de Discos por
sus grabaciones con la Decca
y la Deutsche Grammophon.


Cursillo para estudiantes


ofrecen Guias de la Zona


Miembros del Servicio de
Guias del Canal de PanamA
realizan hoy un program de


Mapa Seccional de la
Via Interamericana
A diferencia de los mapas
usuales, ofrecemos aqui un ma-
'- pa seccional de la Carretera
Interamericana a fin de que los
lectores del SPILLWAY pue-
dan formarse una idea mas
cabal de los diferentes niveles
de elevaci6n con que se tropie-
za en la extensa via de 3.000
millas que se extiende de Pa-
nama a Laredo, Texas, via
- la ciudad de M6xico, Distrito
N- Federal. Las elevaciones (ci-
i-o fras a la margen izquierda) se
dan en miles de pies. Debajo:
la distancia en millas.


orientaci6n para ayudantes de
estudiantes de verano de la Zo-
na del Canal.
El program se inicia a las
8:20 a.m. con una plAtica que
incluye proyecciones de pelicu-
las. en el auditorio de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Balboa.
Los ayudantes de ambas cos-
tas del Istmo irAn luego a las
esclusas de Miraflores y las
torres de control. luego harin
una travesia parcial del Canal
abordo de la lancha Las Cru-
ces. desembarcando en Gam-
boa. donde se dispersarin pa-
ra volver a sus lugares de
procedencia. Los estudiantes
afectados serAn considerados
como "en servicio" durante el
tiempo que empleen en esto.
Los del atlAntico deben estar
de regreso a la 1 y 30 p.m. y
los del pacifico a la 1 y 10 p.m.


junio 14,,1963


Pagina DOS


SPILLWAY '










Junio 14, 1963


Atletismo


SPILLWAY


Intercolegial


en


PAgina TREES



la Zona


El proximo Viernes inidan

las competencias en Paraiso
El viernes 21 de junio se iniciarAn las competencias atleticas
intercolegiales en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Ca-
nai, con los events de fitbol, tennis de mesa y badminton.
/ En la fecha de apertura se medirAn en.futb6l los oncenos de
Rainbow City y Paraiso a las dos de la tarde en el cuadro de Pa-
raiso, de aduerdo con el program dado a conocer esta semana.
Ese mismo dia habrA partidos de tennis de mesa y badminton, pa.
ra damas, entire competidores de las escuelas secundarias de Rain-
bow City y Paraiso.
El program de futbol es el siguiente:
Viernes, Junio 21-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso 2:00 p.m.
Miercoles. Junio 26-Paraiso vs. Santa Cruz. 3:00 p.m.
Viernes, Junio 28-Paraiso vs. Rainbdw City 2:00 p.m.
Mirecoles, Julio 3-Santa Cruz vs. Rainbow' City 2:00 p.m.
*Viernes, Julio 5-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso 2:00 p.m.
Miercoles, Julio 10-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso 2:00 p.m.
*Viernes, Julio 12-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City 2:00 p.m.
Tenis de mesa Badminton (Nifias): Junio 21 a Julio 10.
(Las mismas fechas del fitbol).
(*M Escuela Secundaria. i,
La iltima escuela nombrada es equipo local.


Maneje con cuidado Escolares Jugando


LA COMIDA ESTA SERVIDA dice una camarera del restauratne donde los miembros del equipo
de beisbol de la Legi6n Americana comieron durante su visit a Santiago de Veraguas el pasado fin de
semana con motivo de la celebraci6n de las Bodes de Plata de la Escuela Normal "Juan Dem6stenes
Arosemena". En beisbol perdieron los zoneitas por 2 a 0 en un sensacional partido contra un com-
binado de Santiago, celebrado el sabado por la ma iana, y por la tarde fueron derrotados en balon.
cesto 70 a .54 per un combinado de Santiago y So nS. A la izquierda esta Glen Evans y a la derecha
Luther Quinn. Al fondo estin MacNair Lane (10) y Ruster Potter, con camiseta blanca. Los deportis-
tas zoneitas regresaron a la Zone del Canal el sabado despu6s del partido de baloncesto.


Escuelas latino-americanas

celebran torneos atleticos


Este es el program sefialado
para las competencias all6ticas
inteinas para las escuelas in-


Activo program

Atletico fijaraln
Los profesores de educaci6n
fisica enh las Escuelas Latino-
americanas de la Zona del Ca-
nal, que tienen a su cargo todo
lo relacionado con el progra-
ma de educaci6n fisica y atl6-
tico. estn. cooperando tambi6n
con la recreaci6n deportiva de
'las comunidades en sus horas
libres, durante la noche y los
fines de semana.
Estos profesores estan ayu-
dando a organizer ligas de vo-
libol, baloncesto. beisbol, fIt-
bol, softball y otros deportes.
En Paraiso estan los profe
sores Cedric Bailey, Julio C&-
sar Sinclair, Alcides Bernal,
Thelma Osor o y Zenaida de
Jones; en Rainbow City, Co-
16n Guardia, Yudas Morhain,
Allan B. Forte y Carlota Goo-
den Toussaint, mientras que en
Santa Cruz estA Alberto Abre-
go. Todos ellos estan realizan-
do una buena labor.


termedias secundarias Latino-
americanas en la Zona del, Ca-
nal para el aho escolar i 96364.
Junio 30 hasta julio 12 (5 se-
manas).
Junio 10 basta Julio 12
(5 semanas)
F6tbof (muchachos) Bad-
minton Tenis de Mesa -
Relevos Bailes Folkl6ricos
(Nifias).
Julio 22 hasta Agosto 25
(5 semanas)
Volibol (muchachos y nifias).
Septiemore 16 hasta Nov lo.
(7 semanas)
Baloncesto (machachos _y ni-
hias).

;Fuera Paracaidistas!
Un tipo encuentra su casa lle-
na de gente durante una fiesta.
La mayoria le era desconocida
y subiondose a una silla grit6:
"Los amigos de la novia pa-
sen al lado izquierdo. Los ami-
gos del novio al lado derecho."
Cuando casi todos se coloca-
ron en lugar que les corres-
pondia, el tipo exclam6:
"Abora se van para sus ca-
sas, porque este no es un ma-
trimonio, es un bautizo."


Noviembre 11 hasta Die 20
(6 semanas)
Beisbol (muchachos) Soft-
ball (nifias).
Enero 6 hasta Encro 24
(3 semanas
Pista y campo.
Al final de cada bimestre es-
colar: Nataci6n (muchachos
y nifias).


Durante los pr6ximos t r e s
meses parvadas de escolares
andarAn de vacaciones y es
convenient que los conducto-
res de vehiculos tengan esto
en mente cuando guien sus co-
ches por la Zona del Canal.
Unos 9000 estudiantes guar-
daron los textos de studio y
dedican ahora sus energies ju-
veniles al pleno goce de sus
merecidas vacaciones.
Un extenso program de ac-


tividades ha sido preparado ba-
jo los auspicios de la Divisi6n
de Escuelas. Se incluye 'en ese
program tanto el deported co-
mo actividades culturales.
Desde el 14 de los corrientes
quedarAn abiertas las inscrip-
ciones para las varias activi-
dades en los gimnasios de las'
comunidades norte-americanas
de Ia Zona del Canal. Los pro-
gramas citados se iniciaran el
24 de junio en curso.


Roberto Truco vs. Bourne el

Domingo en Arena Col6n
La Arena de Col6n sera scenario de otro program de boxee
professional el domingo por la noche, cuando reaparezca el excampe6n
nacioral del peso pluma Melvin Bourne frente al prometedor pugl-
lista colonense Roberto Truco.
Bourne, que ha sostenide numerosas peleas con nacionales y ex
tranjeros tanto dentro como fuera del pals, esti en una campana
de retorno que lo podria situar nuevamente en primer piano entire
los pesos plumas del Istmo.
El combat del domingo esta pactado a diez asaltos y deberA re.
sultar muy reniido, ya que ambos boxeadores son buenos fajadores
y no darn cuartel al contrario en ningun memento.


Mochila amachinado no quiere


saber de revancha con Laguna

La altura de la ciudad de Bogota, en Colombia, afect6 much al gran pugilista panamefio Ismaei
Laguna en el combat que perdi6 el viernes pasado frente al colombiano Antonio "Mochila" Herrera por
decision en diez asaltos.
Laguna lieg6 a la capital colombiana doce dias antes de la pelea y no Ileg6 a adaptarse bien al cli.
ma frio y la altura de Bogota, por lo que la noche del encuentro luci6 sumamente agotado a portir del
quinto asalto.
Herrera era un pugil completamente desconocido hasta su dramitica victoria sobre el panamefio,
que esta clasificado como cuarto retador a la corona mundial de la division pluma que ostenta el cuba-
no Ultiminio "Sugar" Ramos.
Por ahora no habra pelea de desquite entire estos pugilistas, ya que Herrera se niega a venir al
Istmo sin haber celebrado antes un par de combates en Colombia con p6giles clasificados.


PASCUAL PEREZ PELEA EL DOMINGO



En Col6n siguen repartiendo El pleito sera en el Gimnasio


trompones los aficionados


Nuevamente habri puiio en
cantidad esta noche a las 8 en
la Arena de Col6n, cuando la
Liga Distritorial de Boxeo Afi-
cionado de Col6n present su
program de cinco interesantes,
combates.
Los aficionados que hoy se
encontrar n dentro de las cuer-
das del tinglado colonense son:
Salvador Camargo, de la Cua-
dra Forsite, contra Leroy Ro-
binson, de la Cuadra Slim Ba-
clay, en 100 libras; Jose San-


tamaria, de la Cuadra Forsite
contra Severino Borbua, de la
Cuadra Slim Baclay, en 138 li-
bras; Roberto McAiman. de la
Cuadra Manhattan frente a Ri-
cardo Ortega, de, la Cuadra
Sanguill6n, en 123 libras; Fe-
lipe G6mez, de la Cuadra Nfi-
fiez frente a Julio Davis, de la
Cuadra Forsite, en 105 libras
y Te6filo Ricobert, de la Cua-
dra Slim Baclay contra Fran-
cisco Catuy, de la Cuadra Var-
gas. en. 145 libras.


y se asegura un lleno complete

El pugilista argentino Pascual P6rez, que fuera campe6n mundial de peso mosca
y que ahora esta clasificado en el quinto lugar entire los retadores a la corona de
la division, hara su estreno en PanamA el domingo cuando se mida con el valiente p(f-
gil local Manuel Moreno, primer retador a la corona national de la categoria.
El combat, pactado a 10 asaltos, se celebrarA en el tinglado del Gimnasio Na-
cional en esta capital y serA el primero- de una series de presentacioens de Perez en
el Istmo.
De surgir victorioso en el combat del domingo, el excampe6n mundial se enfren-
tarfa despues al: campeon panamefio. de la =categoria Pedro CarvaiaL






Junio 14, 1963


S P ILL WA Y


Pagina CUATRO


CANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:30 Documental
12M00 Panamelo Panameno
12:30 Show del Mediodia
1:30 Cine en su Casa
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:30 La Nueva
Generaci6n
6:30 litozo Royal
7:00 Rodeo
8:00 Ciudad Desnuda
9:00 Un Paso al Mas
Alli
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
S2:.00 Avances
2:15 Reportaies Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Muter
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Dick Tracy
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Superman
7:30 Supers6nicca
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
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 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Roy Rodgers
7:30 Biografia
8:00 Fred Astaire
Present
.9:00 Imperio del Oeste
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportaies 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 Amara
8:00 Surf Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Nick Charles
10:00 'Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
WJUEVES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Exrraiio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30 International Show
S Time
8:30 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 Repobtajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones.
t:00 Mundo de la Muler
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 El Cegato Magoo
M:30 Noticias
7:00 Hombre del Rifle
7:30 Picapiedras
8:00 Boris Karloff
;9:00 El Fabricante de No-
ticias
-9:30 Mantovani
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45 Teleteatro

SABADO
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
S12:30 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
9:00 Sam Benedict
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro


_m m 1


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00 Todo poe la Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 S61vese Quien Pueda
11:30 Haafias del Espa.
cio.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
5:00 Furia
6:30 Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jelatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
LUNES
11:30 Alegrses Intfntiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:4 Nouicias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:1i ovela w emanal
1:45 Buenas Lardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocma en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato.
5:30 literes y Com'cas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Ley 'del Revolver.
7:00 l oticas
7:30 Rin fin Tin
8:00 Legion Extranjera
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Inlantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental .
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 fiteres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
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
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 El Tecee Hombre
10:00' Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Intantiles.
12:15 DIano de 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 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
8:00 C6micos y Cancio-
nes.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atriks
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias
JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Noicias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato,
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
8:00 La H o r a Orange
Crush
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Pecado Mortal
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
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Annie Oakley
7:00 Notickas
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atr&s
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
SABADO
11:3C Alegrias nltantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 MI Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Momias de Guana-
juato
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Club Infantil Televito
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Investigador Sub-
marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


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- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


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PERCIVAL SAMUELS, Apuntador de tiempo y mecan6grafo de
la Oficina de Tiempo de la Divisi6n de Terminales en Crist6bal, com-
S, pletara en diciembre de este afo 21 aios de servicios con el Canal
S de Panamb. Samuels comenz6 trabaiando con la Divisi6n de Vivien-
das en 1942, pero despu6s de diez ailos de laborar en esa division,
fue trasladado a la Divisi6n de Terminales en la oficina en Pa cual
presto ahora servicios Ilevando el tiempo a todos los trabaiadores de
los muelles. Nacido en Col6n, asisti6 a la Academia Bautista de
Crist6bal; es casado y tiene dos hijos, un var6n de 17 anos y una
nifiita de 18 meses. Reside en Rainbow ,City en donde es delegado
al Consejo Civico. Su pasatiempo es tocar el cornetin, pues es un
magnifico musico.


LLOYD BRATHWAITE, mensajero del Dep6sito
de Aduanas en la Divisi6n de Terminales en Crist6-
bal, tiene 45 afios de servicio con el Canal de Pana
mA, 36 de ellos con el Dep6sito de Aduanas. Brath-
waite, nacido en Barbados, que vino al Istmo en 1912,
comenz6 a trabaiar en 1918 en los Muelles de Cris.
tobal con el Ferrocarril de PanamA, pero en 1927
fue trasladado al lugar donde ahora trabaia distri-
buyendo mensajes en toda la Divisi6n, asi como tam
biWn publicaciones 'oficiales como el Spillway, como
pueden ver ustedes en la fotografia. Brathwaite es
viudo y no tiene hijos. Es miembro de la Logia
"Mechanic Order" de Col6n. Ha establecido su resi
dencia en la ciudad de Col6n.


CALENIJARIl IlE EVENTS

J U N IO 0

14-Dia de la Bandera en la Zona del Canal.
15-H.I1 Fiesta Anual de la Amistad en e! Club de Oficiales de
Fuerte Amador. Empieza a las 6 p.m. y el numero de va-
riedades sera a las 8:30 p.m.
16-Dia del Padre en la Zona del Canal.
17-Exposici6n fotogrAfica "El Maravilloso Mundo del Color"
en la Asociaci6n Panamafie-Norteamericana.
18-Exposici6n de 6leos y esculturas de Justito Arosemena.
Magisterio Panamefio Unido 8 p.m.
19-Recital de Poesia en la Asociaci6 nPanamefio-Norteame-
ricana 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 Panameiio-Norteamericana.
24-Fiesta de San Juan en Penonom6 y en Chitr6. 1
26 al 30-El Teatro Universitario present la obra original de Ernes-
to Endara, "Ay de los Vencidos!" a las 8:30 p.m. en el Pa-
raninfo Universitario.
28 al 30-El Pequefio Teatro de Crist6bal present la comedia "Blood,
Sweat and Stanley Poole" en el teatro de France Field a
a las 8:30 p.m. las tres noches.
28-Pelicula de largo metraje: Asociaci6a Panamefio-Norte-
americana 8 p.m.
29-Fiesta de San Pedro en Los Pozos y La Colorada.



J ULIO 0

4-Aniversraio de la Independencia de Estados Unidos.
5-Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela (1811).
5 al 7-El Pequefio Teatro de Crist6bal present ]a comedia "Blood,
Sweat and Stanley Poole" en el teatro de France Field a
las 8:30 p.m. las tres noches.
6-El Teatro de Arte prebenta "Las Arpias" en el Te'Aro Na-
cional. Melodrama de Ediza N. Moreno.
14-Dia de ]a Toma de la Bastilla (1789).
15 al 19-Cuarta Conferencia de Ejercitos Americanos en Fuerte
Amador.
16 al 21-Fiesta de la Virgen de la Candelaria en Taboga culminando
con ]a procesi6n maritima a las 9 de ]a mahiana del dia 21.
Servicio continue de lanchas a Taboga.
18-Fiesta Nacional de Espahia.
20-Aniversario de la Independenrcia de Colombia (1810).



Vealos y Compre su Bono

En la secci6n inglesa continuamos ofreciendo la lista de los
diversos representantes de los Bonos de Ahorros en las distintas
dependencias del Canal de Panama.. Consulte esa. lista y las an-
teriores para localizar a los que correspondan a su lugar de tra.
bajo.
No olvide que el bono de ahorros es una inversi6n provechosa
e inteligente.


HARMON L. COCKBURN, jefe
de los verificadores de carge
en los Muelles de Cristobal, ha
servido a la organizaci6n del
Canal de Panama durante los
uiltimos 16 alos con la Divisi6n
de Terminales de Cristobal. El
esta encargado de coordinar el
errntrenamiento de los verificaq
dores y estibadores, ademSs de
ver que la carga sea embarca
oa y desembarcada en los na4
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 hijes.
Es delegado de os muelles a
la Uni6n Maritima Nacional.
Su pasatiempo es la lecture.


Es Bien Acogida

Su Colaboraciin
AI SPILLWAY le comp.a-
ceria dar mas publicidad a
asuntos relacionados coh los
empleados de la organiza-
ci6n, sus actividades y eje-
cutorias, incidencias de su
vida fuera y, dentro de sus
ocupaciones y cualesquiera
otros asuntos que les con,
ciernan a ellos y sus fami-
lias y pudiesen ser de inte-
res general.
De modo que no vacile en
comunicarse con nosotros si
tiene algo de esa naturaleza
que revelarnos, ya fuereque
se relacionase con Ud. mis-
mo u otro empleado de la
orqanizaci6n del Canal; cual-
quier asunto que mereciese
ser Ilevado al conocimiento
p6blico y que despertase in-
ferns communal.
Tambien nos agradaria
recibir sus sugestiones so-
bre noticias, articulos o gri-
ficas y con la suficiente an-
telaci6n para que se le d6
cabida en la edici6n corres-
pondiente, de modo que pro-
cure traer a nuestra aten-
ci6n el asunto los dias lunes
o martes a mas tardar, si
deben aparecer en la entre-
ga corriente del viernes si'
nuiente. En casos extraor-
dFnarios quizAs pr-'riamos
hacer algo a6n el mirrcoles
o iueves bien tem-rano.
Para envios por correo
dirija el sobre al FPILLWAY
Box M, Balboa Hiqghts, C.
Z. Si gusta Ilameros a[ ft-
16fono, discando B a I b o a
2611, 2925 6 1477. Si quiere
Lame a Panama 2-T662 don-
de con gusto Io atendere-
mos.




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