Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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 Material Information
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: August 9, 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 )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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: VID00419
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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7


Wit ofthe Panama Canal Musme



Cana ICapacity



Tests Cut Time



In Zone Waters


I One of the Panama Canal's two
lock-entrance caissons is in dry-
dock in Balboa for .overhaul, a
job requiring several weeks.
The overhaul is primarily for
replacement of wood sections
providing the seal and set cush-
ions which bear against the lock
entrances when. the caisson is
sunk into place. This caisson is
one acquired at the time of the
opening of the Canal. It weighs
nearly 1,600 tons, is 65 feet high,
113 feet 10 inches wide, and 36
feet. across at its maximum
moulded breadth.
The cisson has approximately


850 tons of concrete and iron bal-
last for stability and floats at
a draft of 34 feet, which: can be
increased to .61 feet by flooding
when it is in place on the deepest
lock sills.
This caisson normally is sta-
tioned- along the southwest wing
Wall at Gatun Locks. The other
caisson, acquired in 1941, is moor-
ed in Miraflores Lake.
For the wood replacement part
of the overhaul in progress.
basra locus, or Angelique wood
(dicorynia paraensis) is used.
This wood, from neighboring La-
tin American countries, has been


Safety Representative Knew


S-His Job A Life
W. F. Russon, safety represent-
ative of the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau, of the At-
lantic Terminals area, practiced
in off-duty hours what he prech-
es during duty hours and saved
a life.
His good deed came to light
when SP-5 George. T. Workman
of Headquarters Company, the
-U. S: Army-School of'the Amer-
icas, Fort Gulick, wrote a letter
to the Chief of the Panama Can-
al Safety Branch and expressed
sincere appreciation and thanks
for Mr. Russon's quick action
that resulted in saving Mrs.
-Workman's life. -
The background circumstances
in the France Field Community
were quite ordinary. SP-5 Work-
man went bowling with the Mon-
day Night League of Fort Gulick,
as is his custom. Mrs. Workman


Was Saved
started defrosting the refrigerat-
or. Mr. Russon, who also re-
sides at France Field, was visit-
ing a neighbor.
Suddenly fumes began to pour
out from the rear of the refri-
gerator. Mrs. Workman tried to
get behind the refrigerator to
pull the plug, but was unable
to move the heavy refrigerator.
She tried not to panic and called
to a neighbor for help. The lat-
ter also was unable to move the
refrigerator, noted the plug was
wedged in, and called down to
Mr. Russon that help was iequir-
ed.
Together the" men pulled the
refrigerator away-to get at the
plug, and Mr. Russon heard Mrs.
Workman say "I can't breathe,"
. as she stood in the doorway
"watching the operation.
He helped her to a chair and
noted -that her pulse was faint.
He began to administer artificial
respiration and after a few min-
utes she began to gasp for
breath but could not move or
talk. The neighbor, meanwhile,
called for an ambulance and had
notified SP-5 Workman.
The story has a happy ending.
"Since then, my wife has fully
recovered," says the letter from
SP-5 Workman, who adds '"we
are both most grateful that Mr.
Russon was available at, the
critical time and appreciative of
his quick thinking and skill,
without which we might not have
been so lucky."


found best by tests becau
high silica content and r
to marine borersg'A
Caissons get partial o
about every. 10 years.
in drydock now had its
system completely replace
four years ago. The -
pumps, in addition to in
or decreasing flotation
caisson, also assist in
to dewater lock chamber
Total cost of the curr
son overhaul job is estii
$116,000, including dock
incidental charges.. The
expected to be comple
month.


Cooling Syste
r. 'r 1


lest Scheduled
The chilled water platt for the
central cooling system in Balboa
will undergo a performance and
acceptance test before the eyes
of its designers, R. L. Duffer
and Associates,. Monday and
Tuesday next week.
The cooling plant, located
near the shoe store in Balboa
at the old Instrument Repair
Shop, will undergo- tests to see
if the plant is performing as de-
signed. Two representatives
from the designing company will
witness the tests.
Buildings which will soon
acquire air-conditioning are the
new Gorgas Hospital addition,
Balboa High School and Diablo
Junior High School.
The general contractors of the
plant, construction of which was
begun in January of 1962, is the
West Indies Pipe Corp. of Miami.

13 Buildings Tagged
For Wrecking Crews,
Bids will be opened August 16
for demolition and removal of 12
buildings in the Pacific Area and
one building in the Atlantic Area.
All the buildings are non-U.S.
citizen quarters which will be
replaced with new quarters.
Eight are .located in Paraiso,
where they were built in 1940 as
barracks. Four buildings in San-
ta Cruz are 12-family quarters
erected in the 1930s. One of the
13 buildings is located in Mount
Hope.


The Canal Capacity Tests un-
der several modes of operation
which were previously untested,-
scheduled for the period July 28
V through August 17, ended the
S first week with gratifying results
and full cooperation of everyone
concerned.
During the first week of the
Canal Capacity Tests some ves-
sels were delayed in transit for
Sa few hour's but the majority
benefited, with the result that
Vessels on the average spent but
k 13.9 hours in Canal Zone waters
a t compared to 14.6 hours dur-
w ing the last three months of
fiscal year 1963 and 14.0 hours
"c for the month of July. A low of
10.4 hours in 'Canal Zone waters
itywas experience, by- vessels
August 3. y na
In the second week of testing,
because-of low volume of ship-
Sping arriving for -transit and in
order to have-a sufficient' num-
ber of ships available for transit
during test hours, between 3 p.m.
and 11 p.m., more vessels were
being delayed. The vessels re-
main at anchor in Cristobal or
in Gatun Lake above Gatun Locks
awaiting transit through the
locks.
S The Panama Canal, from the
beginning of its operations, has
Seen concerned with its capabil-
ity to transit vessels that arrive,
r.k ;s Acting Marine Director, Walter
A. Dryja pointed out.. Past cal-
culations made of estimated lock-
age capacity-- were based- on-
known and observed performance
of old towing locomotives.
In estimating locks capacity,
ise of its assumptions had to be made for--
esistance 'a two-lane relay lockage type
operation without befiefit of ex-
veirhauls perience .wherein, relay t lockages'
The one were used simultaneously in both
pumping lanes. Nor had there been prey-
ed about ious experience in the operation
caisson's of 'one lane with relay lockages
creasing and, at the same time, having
I of: the the parallel lock lane in service
pumping with a single set of locomotives.
ers. Some of the Canal Capacity
ent cais- -Tests have shown that previously
mated at calculated capacity in particular
king and modes of operation were under-
work is estimated in some instances, and
ted next overestimated in others.
Tests of lockage capacity are
S being conducted at Gatun, which
is equipped with a sufficient num-
^Jfl ber of locomotives to effect relay
-type lockages in its west lane and
S regular lockages in the east lane.


SThe first day out on the Pan-
ama Canal launch Corbina last
weekend proved to be the start
of one of the most successful
-trips yet made by the launch
in this year's Marlin and Sail-
fish Tournament.
Charles Norris of Supply and
Community Service Bureau land-
ed a 97-pound sailfish on that
first day, thus becoming the.
leadoff man in a fishing trip
which produced nine sailfish
from a total of 17 strikes.
Fred Mohl of the Fire Division
and. George Babinecz of the Ma-
rine Bureau teamed up on a
"doubleheader" the second day
out. Neither had ever caught a
sail before, then both had strikes


In developing plans for 'future
Canal needs, it is planned to test
the capacity of Gatun Locks for
selected modes of operation.
The planned tests are includ-
ing, to the extent that equipment,
personnel and shipping are avail-
able, double-culvert operation in
both lanes, relay lockage opera-
tions, and other culvert operating
'conditions that may occur in
future years when it is neces-
sary to take a culvert out of
service for overhaul of normally
submerged valves and their im-
bedded parts. The relayilockage
operations are being tested for
the first tihce with two sets of
locomotives 4in- one lane and a
third set in another lane, this
Test made possible through now
having the Japanese built loco-
motives in operation.
Canal Zone Governor Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., plans to observe
the tests Thursday. Last week
Canal Zone Lieut. Governor David
S. Parker witnessed Canal Ca-
pacity Tests. .
Analysis of the tests may take
several months, Acting Marine
Director Dryja, stated. He is
coordinator of the tests and is in
charge of liaison and prepara-
tion of the final report.
R. C. Stockham, Chief of the-
Locks Division, is in charge of
calculation of maximum theoreti-
cal lockage capacity; the conduct ,
of. the capacity tests at Gatun
Locks under selected modes of
operationo, evaluation test results
rto include an estimate, of reliable
capacity at Gatun Locks and ex-
trapolation of i data tov estimate
the reliable capacity of Miraflor-
es and Pedro Miguel Locks.
"Capt. Andrew S. Stohrer, Sen-
ior Assistant Port Captain, Cris-
tobal. handled preparation of ru-
les to govern modes'- of ships
handling at the locks, and has'
charge. of. dispatch of vessels
through locks and assignment of
tugs at the locks during the test
period..
R. C. O'Neal, Chief Marine
Traffic Controller, has as his
area of interest the review of
Marine Traffic Control proce-
dures and policies.. He analyzes
transit control assumptions, and
prepares estimates of degrada-
tion in Canal capacity and es-
timates of improvements in Can-
al capacity if any changes are
made.


at the same time. Both fish
were I an d e d, then released,
Mohl and Babinecz each caught
a second sail during the trip,
and Jerry Detamore joined them
by also landing two during the
trip.
Irl Sanders of Transportation
and Terminals and William
Aciello of Engineering and Cons-
truction caught one fish each
during the trip to bring the to-
tal sails for the trip to nine.
Those making the trip praised
the "outstanding" boathandling
of L. (Robby) Robinson,, espe-
cially during the "doubleheader"
performance by Mohl and Ba-"
binecz,


CRANE'S-EYB VIEW OF LOCK-ENTRANCE, CAISSON IN DRYDOCK.


Caisson Getting Overhaul


'PIL-LWAY


VOL, II No. 8 FRIDAY, August 9, 1963



9 Sailfish Are Landed












SIN BEOW.IN j


By -ELEANOR BURNHAM, Canal Zone Library.


ATTRACTIVE INTERIOR of the air-cooled coach going into service Monday. Relaxing for a test
of comfort of the lounge chairs are, left to right, 'Robert C. IDaniel, Balboa yardmaster; F. R. Call,
maintenance supervisor, and Ross E. Pace, car shop foreman.


Service Starting


Special Rail Car


An air-cooled passenger car
will be added to 'the Panama
Railroad train -on an experiment-
al basis, Monday through Friday,
starting Monday, Aug. 12, with
the teamn that leaves Cristobal at
9:'5 aMn.
Start of the service, originally
teltatiwely planned for 'this 'week,
was postponed for .one week. -
This wir-cooled car will be
on Ithe train that leaves Pan-
ama City at 12;01 p.m.; will
leave from Cristobal 'at .3 p.m. "
and makoe -the last trip of the
day at 5:10 p.m. from Panama
City.
An additional 50 -cents will be
charged each -adult and child
holding first class -tr-ansporta-
tion tickets. Commuter tickets
will not be accepted in the-spe-
cial car.


The car has seating capacity
of -49 passengers. It is decorat-
ed with a 'map of the Canal
Zone and is finished in natural
native mahogany with vinyl
upholstered seats and plastic
tile floor. Along the length of
the coach on -each side are
pictures of scenic points of
interest in the Canhl Zone.
This car willunot be used with
the Saturday.and Sunday trains.
No prior arrangements are
necessary in order to ride the
air-cooled car, which will be
continued in service- if ,patron-
age warrants.
The air-cooled car is still
available for charter by groups,
and may be removed from re-
gular service without p r i o r
notice.


Eager Be iters

But No Drumst

The first project- undertaken
by Panama Physical Education
Teacher Pedro Guerrere G., at
the La Palma Junior High School
in Darien Province, is organiza-
tion of a Bugle and Drum Corps.
The greater part of the -necessary
instruments have been acquired
but prospective drummers lack
two drums.
The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group heard of this
need of the Darien school and,
in keeping with its objective of
helping people help themselves,
is issuing an appeal for a con-
tribution of drums.
Anyone having drums and
wishing to contribute them to
the La Palma Junior High School
Bugle and Drum Corps is asked
to telephone Mrs. Elmer G. Ab-
bott, Balboa 1585, president of
the Panama Canal Women's Wel-
fare Group.


O.E., Historian Without an
Armchair is a memoir -by Otto
Eisenschiml a well-known and
provocative historian of the
Civil War. Among the delights
in this narrative are Dr. Ei-
senschilml's accounts of the
unusual methods which he em-
ploys in solving historical mys-
teries. In one case, he tells how
a -lock of John Wilkes Booth's
hair helped him to unravel the
confusion surrounding Booth's
death. The book, chatty in style
and personal in presentation,
will be absorbing reading for
anyone who is interested in
solving historical puzzlers.
The Essential Lippmann, sub-
titled "a political philosophy
for liberal ;democracy," is a
,comprehensive selection from
Walter Lippmann's writing,
edited by Professors Clinton
Rossiter and James Lare. This
collection appears on the 50th
anniversary of Mr. Lippm'na's
first political book, A Preface
to Politics. The Essential Lipp-
mann provides proof of tie fact
that Mr. Lippmann throughout
a lifetime has given penetrating
and candid attention to our
society and its institutions and
has admired its greatness and
has re-examined its strength.
This collection presents Walter
Lippmann as one of the great
political thinkers of the West.
". .Just friends and brave
enemies" by Robert Kennedy
is a description of the round
the world tour of the Attorney
General and his wife, Ethel, in
1962. The title ;of the book i's
a quotation from Thomas Jef-
ferson and reads in full: "We.
must meet our duty -and conv-


since the world that we are just
friends and brave enemies."
scenaalvow J3ohn. ,-)"i 'by
Richard Gardner, is the author's
answer to a quesuon put co mm
by a Spanish friend: "What
would the (current) American
knight-errant be like and what
would be his fatee" The
author's reply, Scandalous John,
depicts an eccentric character
with the quixotic derring-do of
the famous Western -cowboys
combined with an inability to
see reality. This is Mr. Gard-
ner's first novel. It will be
interesting to those who enjoy
the unusual in writing, but will
not appeal to everyone.


Painama Canal

Bridge Bid

Only $3,461??! !.

A bridge across the Pan-
ama Canal for $3,461.10?
Sounds too good to be true.
It is too good to be true.
But that's what the record
shows. The low bidder was
the only bidder.
The Panama Canal on
which this bid was listed,
however, Ts only 30 feet
wide, and it's located in the
city ,of 'Plantation, near Fort
Lauderdale, Florida. A Fort
Lauderdale engineering firm
was the lone bidder.
The bridge is to be built.
for a bicycle crossing.


Late Afternoon

BUSINESS EDUCATION
Course, Semester Sem. Cred. 'Day & Hour
Course, Semester Sem. Cred. Day & Hour
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(Review & Speed Dictation)
Accounting, Elem., 1st 4 MW 4:40-6:30
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Accounting, Int., 1st 4 TTh 4:40-6:30
-Accounting governmentall 4 MW 7:40-9:30
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Marketing 3 MW 4:40-6:30
ENGLISH-SPEECH-DRAMA


English as a Second
Language, 1st
English as a Second
Language, 2nd
English Composition and Grammar
English Composition and Grammar
Freshman Comp., 1st
Technical & Scientific Writing, 1st
Literature, World, 1st
Speech, Elem., 1st
Speech, Elem., 2nd


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Drama, Elem., 1st 3 T
Drama, Int., 1st 3 W
Acting & Directing 3 Tl
SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
SOCIAL SCIENCE
Geographical Concepts Review 1 M'
Orientation, -Educational 3 W
,& Vocational
World Civilization, Ancient 3 TT
& Medieval to 1500
U. S. History to 1876 3 TT
U. S. Government 3 TT
Economics, Elem., 2nd 3 MI
Psychology, Elem. 3 TT
Psychology, Educational
Anthropology, Elem. 3 TT
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, Evening

Registrations at Canal Zone
College are now being accepted,
and a tentative schedule has
been announced of fall semester
late afternoon and evening
courses to help students, parti-
cularly part-time, who plan to
enter or continue at Canal Zone
College this year. Classes will
begin September 9.
Early registration is urged to
assure the minimum enroll-
ment of 10 students required in
each course. Courses that do
not have 5 students enrolled
will be cancelled on August 31.
Courses that do not have 10
enrolled will be cancelled after
the first meeting. Additional
courses will be scheduled when
enrollments warrant and re-
quests for courses may be
made by telephoning Balboa
2380 or Balboa 4590.
The cost ,of a course is $7 per
credit hour for Panama Canal
employees and military, and
$11 for all other students.
Panama Canal employees
with prior authorization from
a Division chief may be eligible
to get a tuition re fund if a
grade of A, B, or C is received
in the course and if two other
requirements are met: (1) that
the course is directly related
to the employee's present work
and (2) that the course is cal-
culated likely to improve the
employee's jo b performance.
The employee has to fund the
course himself, and only at
conclusion of the course will
receive the refund, if the re-
quirements are all met.
Tuition r e f u n d agreement
forms may be obtained from
Administrative Assistants in
Panama Canal Divisions and
branches. These must be sub-
mitted and approved before the


College Course


opening of classes.
The courses available, se-


mester credits, and curriculum
hours are as follows:


ENGINE ERING-TECHNICAL
Drawing, Engineering, -2
Advanced
Drawing, Architectural 2
Drawing, Electrical 2
Drawing, Plumbing, -2
Heating, '& Refrigeration
FINE ARTS


Music, Vocal Group
Music Conducting, Vocal
Music of 17th-19th
,Century (History)
Oil Painting
Design and Applied Art
FOREIGN
Spanish, Elem., 1st
Spanish, Elem., 2nd.
Spanish, Int., 3rd
French, Elem., 1st
French, Elem., 2nd


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French, Int., 3rd 4
German, Elem., 1st 4
German, Elem., 2nd -4
Russian, Elem., 1st 4
Russian, Elem., 2nd 4
MATHEMATICS
High School Algebra, 1st yr. 1
High School Geometry /2
Intermediate Algebra 2
Trigonometry 2
College Algebra and Trigonometry 5
Analytic Geometry 5
Statistics, Elem. 3
Foods and Nutrition
Philosophy of American Education
Statistics, Elem.
Educational Psychology
NATURAL SCIENCE
Basic Science Concepts Review 1
Botany, General 4
Tropical Biology 2
Chemistry, Organic 4
Physics, General, 1st 4
Astronomy aQd Space Concepts


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Pale TWO


August 9,,'"63


SPJLLWAY








Pago Tf4RIE


Ataunt-9 1968 SPILL WAY


Legal Aid


To Return


To States

Theodore P. Daiy, Assistai
General Counsel for .the Panamr
Canal, has resigned to return !
-private practice of law in Ne
York City. His last day in tt
Office of the General Couns
will be Friday, August 9, and I
and his family, will sail from Cri
tobal on the SS Cristobal Augu
14.
Mr. Daly joined the Gener
Counsel's. staff as Admirall
Trial Attorney in 1957 to try
backlog of admiralty litigationo
mostly vessel accident cases th.
had been accruing since July 195
when the Panama Canal Cor
pany first became subject
suits in such cases.
In April 1960 he was promote
to the position of Assistant Ge
eral Counsel, succeeding Dav
J. Markure who had been a
pointed General Counsel.
S Mr. Daly was born in Whit
stone, Long Island, and is. a gr
date in law from. St. Johns Uni
ersity in Brooklyn. He has al.
studied at Glasgow Universit
Scotland
He served with the Army
Europe from 1943 until 1946, an
completed his schooling after hi
separation from the militia
service.
Before coming to the Can
S Zone he served on the staff
Kirlin, Campbell and Heating,
well-known New York law finrr
In addition to the Canal Zoi
bar, he has been admitted
practice before the New Yo
State Bar andi the Second ai
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
Mr. Daly is President of tl
Canal Zone Bar Association.


Plucker Muscles
Way to 4t Win
Mike Plucker won hit four
consecutive Weight Trainix
contest as he totaled 370 pound
in executing the exercisee
the week," the. military pres
at the Balboa gymnasiuma.
Willie Shaffer. winner of tl
Bench Press contest of sever
weeks ago, placed second an
Joe Bremer. perennial secox
place winner, dropped to their
O t h e r s participating in tl
week's competition were Dir
Van Loo n, Bill Swanstror
Jake Esterline, Mike Calacicc
Joe Hunt, Mike Livingston', K(
Phillips, Bob Daniel, Duke W:
son and Mario Calle-ja.
The winners of the first s.
O places were- awarded container
of body-building hi-p: r o, t e i
foods.

CYRCA LOOP BASKETBALL
STANDING
(As of 8-7-63
Teams W L Pct. G
White Horse 5 2 .714 -
Peugeot 404 4 3. .571
Ron Cortez 4 3 .571
Gordon's Gin 4 3 .571
Four Roses 2' 5 .286
Seagrams. VO 2 5 .286
*
PAST RESULTS
Aug. I
White Horse 62
Seagrams VO, 60
Peugeot 404 60
Four Roses 55
Aug. 5
Ron Cortez 78
White Horse 68
Aug. &
Peugeot 404 70
Gordon's Gin 58
Four Roses 62
Seagrams VO 58
NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
MONDAY:
. Gordon's Gin vs. Seagrams V
TUESDAY:
White Horse vs. Four Roses
Ron Cortez vs. Peugeot 404
WEDNESDAY:
Ron Cortez vs. Four Roses
THURSDAY:
Seagrams. VO vs. Peugeot 40'
Gordon's Gin vs. White Horse


THE CANAL ZONE'S American Legion Baseball Champions, Fort Claytors ORANGE K
left for the United' States Wednesday morning for the National American Legion Baseba
meant. Front row are (left to right): Bob Ostrea, Glenn Evans, Vic Aters, Larry Simps
Velez (seated'), Bill Coy, George Hovan, Dave Cohen. Back row: Sgt. Pedro Velez, man
Frauenheim, Rusty Potter, Warren Ashton, Mac Lane, Tihm Corrigan5, Bob Boatwright,
rigan, coach.


al
a, Finale 53-52
M. The Navy West-Bank "Ma-
ne ries," emerged victors Satur-
rk day night in a cliff hanger final
nd game of the' Balboa YMCA -
Armed Forces Invitational Bas-
. ketball Tournament for Compa-
ny Level representative teams.
In a hard-fought battle which
saw the score 30-27 at the half
and 44-39! at the end of the, third
quarter, Ft. Kobbe's 508th
Headquarters Co. pushed on to
lead by one point in. the last
th fifteen seconds, but Barton, of
ng the Marines,. sank a two-point:
c bucket with two seconds re-
of mining. C o a-c h Wardlaw's
s, "Marines" came home winning
53-52 over Coach HonnOr's 508th
he. Headquarters Co.
Ia. Scores of the other prelimina-
nd ry games in the tournament
id were: 508th Headquarters Co.
.d. over Albrook AFB Communica-
he tions Squadron,. 66-52; Ft. Ama-
rk dor "Troopers" over N a v y
n, East-Bank, 56-40,; Navy "Ma-
,. rines" aver Ft. Kobbe 508th
e "B" Cor 6-38.; and 508th Head-
il- quarters Co. over Ft. Amador,
55-45,.
ix Refereeing for the tourna-
rs ment was, handled by ack .Van
nI Eoos e, Dave' Cohen. Ned
Bryant, J e s s e Burdick. Bob
Shea,. and Charlie MacArthur.

L Ff Try

B Team Tmbling
- Balboa tumbling. groups, com-
I bined to form one unit, which
1 was divided into two teams, for
I competitive purposes. Laura
3, Seeley and Mary Ann Nordstrom
3 were selected as captains.
Seven relay races were held,
with-,Mary Ann's team winning
four out of seven.
After the relays, a balancing
beam contest was run off be-
tween Anita Madison, Nora Quinn
and Mary O'Donnell. Mary 0'-
Dormell won the contest and re-
ceived a candy bar, as did the
winners of the relay races..
The winning team consisted of
Mary Ann Nordstrom, Vera Cald-
well, Patsy Vogel, Maureen
Carey, Donna Nettles. Marlene
Vogel and Lynn Myers.
Their opponents were Laura
Seeley, Nora Quinn, Mary 0'-
Donnell, Anita Madison, Gail Net-
tles, Diane Turner and Terry
Romans.
The lock gates at each end
0 of the chambers are steel
structures 65 feet wide and 7
feet thick. They vary in height
from 47 to 82 feet, and weigh
from 390 to 730 tons. They are
covered with a sheathing of
steel plates riveted to girder
4 framework, similar to ship
e construction.


Estripeaut-Zarak



Team Wins Tourn,


The 19 3 Grace Line Golf Tour-
nament finished up in a blaze ofa
scoring with: the means team of"
Estripeaut and Zarak winning
on a medal score of 129 for the
36-hole tournament, played over
the past two, weekends at the
Panama Golf Club.
Estripeaut and Zarak had an
initial 18-hole score of 64, just
one stroke behind the- team of
muller and Gerrans. In the final
18 holes, Estripeaut and Zarak


scored a fine 66 to, l
mainder of the 73. te
men's flight. -
The teams of Mei
deck Jr., Amado-D
and Martinez-J. de 1
all tied for second at
won golf wedges.
In the ladies' flight
of Dalton-Chisholm
in two pairs of "Et
shoes when they outsh
teams. In second pla
team of Eills and Lef
third place went t6
Ausnehmer.
Prizes were award
18-hole leaders, to thi
ing "Schaefers", an
driving champ, Jorg*
driguez.
The "Booby" priz
highest score went to
of Carlos Perez and I
fiez, who will each bei
ceiving two golf lesson
cardo Jurado, the g
sional at the Panama
organized the 1963 G
tournament for the lk
Line agency and admit
its details to make it


50 yd freestyle
100 yd freestyle
200 yd freestyle
50 yd backstroke
100 yd backstroke
100 yd breaststroke
200 yd breaststroke
100. yd butterfly
200 yd indv. medley
200 yd freestyle relay
200 yd medley relay


SGT. WILLIAM KAM, above,
will present a demonstration of
Karate at the Judo Tournament
in the Balboa Armed Services
Gymnasium Sunday, August 18,
beginning at 1:30 p.m. The
tourney, called "Shiai" in Ja-
panese, will involve members
of the Canal Zone Judo Club,
Colon Judo Club, and Panama
Judo' Club. Sergeant Kam is
holder of a 2nd degree "Black
Belt" in Karate and instructor
of Judo-Karate on the Atlantic
Side.


50 yd
100 yd
200 yd
50 yd
100 yd
100 yd
200 yd,
100 yd
200 yd
200 yd


lfw


led to the
ose collect-
id to the
,e Paz Ro-

e for the
c the team
Regulo Iba-
nefit by re-
is from Ri-
olf profes-
Club, who
race Line
local Grace
nistered all
a success.


OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
JuLy 29 August 4
S 7963
Mirafleres Locks ..... 2kS
Gatun Locks .......... 9
Las Cruces.
11 trips ............. 1,46
Reina ManuelitS,
4 trips ............... 5
Passenger Ships,
none ................
Other Tours ........... 175
GRAND TOTAL ... 3,942


:25.0
:58.9
2:13.4
:33.0
1:12.1
1:16.5
2:44.0
1:15.2
2:47.5
1:52.3
2:12.8


DATE NAME
10/1/60 Martin Holmes
8/15/52 BRob Connor
8/15/52 Bob Connor
7/4/62 Matthew- Manning
1938. Alan Ford
8/15/61 Roark Summerford
1/5/62 Roark Summerford
1958 Tom Dugan
8/22/60 Dirk Van Loon
3/1/59 Boswell,. Holmes
Van Loon, Hanna
2/22/61 Van Loon, Wilson.
Vaucher.
Summerford


THIRTEEN AND FOURTEEN YEAR OLD GIRLS,
(SHORT COURSE)
freestyle :29.0 2/22/61 Judy Redmon
:29.0 8/7/59 Charlene Gras
freestyle 1:04.0 2/21/58 Charlene Gra
freestyle 2:33.4 8/15/52 Ida Strauss
backstroke :33.7 7/4/62 Judy Redmon
backstroke 1:20.6 8/7/58 Grace Figuern
breaststroke 1:30.2 8/22/60 Maggie Mahon
,breaststroke 3:16.1 1/5/62 Judy- Redmon
butterfly 1:36.8 8/7/59 Helen George
indv. medley 2:59.0 8/22/60 Maggie' Mahoi
freestyle relay 2:06,7 8/7/59 Graves, Mores


200 yd medley relay


ad
yVes


fley

mey


Roth. Hopkins
2:27.8 2/22/61 Benton, Manning.
Figueroa, GrIveW


Legion Team Seeks Diamond Honors


CZ SWIMMING MARKS
THIRTEEN AND FOURTEEN YEAR OLD BOYS,
(SHORT COURSE)


August 9,- 196&-


SPtLLWAY


.. Thirteen'boys and two, adut.
left Wednesday moning fbr the'
United States as representatives.
of the Canal Ze in fhe u-
coming American Legion Basue
ball Teouraamea.
The team, Orange K-r from
Fort Clayton,. flew to Miani and
then on to Memphis, Tena. Late
Wednesday evening the team
traveled to ClarkesviRe, Ark.,
for a week of practice and exha-
bition games. They will retain
to Memphis August 14
The following day the leoak
team will open regional tourna-
I-. S ment No, 4 in Memphis, playing
the Department of Mississif&i
team at 2 p-m. If the Isthmi&s
team wins the regional tourna-
ment, it will make the trip' to
Keene, N. H., for the National
American, Legion World Series,
from August 25 to September 1.
The team is scheduled to play
a week of exhibition/ games, in
Clarkesville. All opponents will
travel to Clarkesville for the
games. The boys hope to get in
.practices in the mornings and
*IST team, play in the evenings.
all Tourna- Two boys preceded the team
on, Miguel to the States by several weeks.
eager, Gene Doug Priester will meet the team
Pete Cor in Memphis for the trip to Clark-
esville. Jim Riley will meet the
team in Clarkesville.
Reports of the team's, progress
in Clarkesville will be sent -to
the Canal Zone and the major
wire services wdl report on the
Memphis tournament to-. the local
papers,

j IWildcats Upset Radger
S Cagers, B 53-45 Coont
Dick Ebdon's Wildcats puled,
ead the re- off what evdry team in the- Elek'
]ms in h Basketball 'Leage has been.
ms trying to do. T' e Wie ats
beat the championship boua4
ndoza-Chan- Badgers 53 toa 45. For the win
MacGovern, ners the high men were To
acGov Gange, with 14, Dick Ebdon with
la- Guardia 13, lind Bob Burgener with 12.
132. All six Luther Quinn had the honors for
the losers with 25.
In the second game, the Wol-
t, the team verines walked away from the
walked off Hawkeyes to the pace of 61 tc
tonic" golf 43. The leaders for the winners
.ot all-other were Joe Bremer and Larry
ace was the Quinn. Both had 14 points. Bob
tridge, and Baggott turned in another fine
Owens and effort for the losers as he chalk-
ed up 27 points.




* r'-~-


3SPILLWAY


August 9, 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


E. G. BISSETT, supervisory managem
officer of the Panama Canal Supply 'Divisi
is a man who's always looking ahead.
March he has to plan on purchasing toys
the coming Christmas season; when ot
folks are buying school supplies, he's help
the Easter bunny make selections;- and ab
New Year's he's checking on the follow
September's school supplies.
His principal area of interest in the S
ply and Community Service Bureau is
housewares department, and he is in cha
of purchasing toys, giftware, appliances
furniture, but more especially the giftware
He listens to suggestions, checks on sa
records, and studies trends.
Mr. Bissett is from Long Beach, Calif
nia, and was hired by the Washington off
as Commissary Assistant in the former Co
missary Division.*
He's the proud owner of a beautiful wh
fiberglass boat made in Colon, and goes
as often as possible, accompanied by M
Bissett 'who also is. an ardent boating f
The boat is named the "Tutuava," which,
explains, is an Indian name for a white
bass foufid in the Gulf of California.


MRS. DOROTHY H. BENNY, who now is
office services supervisor in the Engineering
Division, was born in the Canal Zone, grew up
and went to school here, married a local boy
and is the mother of a son who represents the
third generation of the family on the Isthmus.
Mrs. Benny is a graduate of Balboa High
School and was graduated from the former Ca-
nal Zone Junior College. Her Panama Canal
service started in the Accounting :Division, and
she now has almost 10 years' service in the
Engineering Division.
Her husband is W. L. Benny, Service Center
manager of the Supply and Community Service
Bureau.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny reside in La Boca, and
their son, Bill, attends Canal Zone College.
Her major hobby is water skiing.


'Oldtimers' Enjoy Canal Visit


The first anniversary of the
independence of Jamaica and'
-Trinidad-Tobago was celebrat-
ed August 6 by disability relief
retirees of the Panama Canal
with a partial transit of the Ca-
nal a b o a r 8 the sightseeing'
launch Las Cruces.


. The trip for the retirees was
arranged by the E m p 1 o y e e
Services Branch of the Person-
nel Bureau in cooperation with
the Canal Zone Guide Service.
Buses picked .up the retirees
in Ancon and at the Asilo Boli-
var, where 23 of them are
patients. They first went to the


bWeeldb !
I- _.I


PROGRAM
BALBOA: Aug. 13, "Tarzan's
Savage Fury;" Aug. 14, "John
Paul Jones;" Aug. 15, "Darby
O'Gill and the Little People;"
Aug. 20, "The Mouse That-
Roared;" Aug. 21, "The Secret
of Monte Cristo;" Aug. 22, "No
Time For Sergeants."
: COCO SOLO: Aug. 13, "The
Mouse That Roared;" Adg. 14,
"The Secret of Monte Cristo;"-
Aug. 15, "No Time For Ser-
geants;" Aug. 20, "Tarzan's
Savage Fury;" Aug. 21 "John
Paul Jones;" Aug. 22, "Darby
O'Gill and the Little-People."
MARGARITA: Aug. 13, "No
Time For Sergeants;" Aug. 14,
"The Mouse That Roared;"
Aug. 15, "The Secret of Monte
Cristo;" Aug. 20, "Darby O'Gill
and the Little People;;" Aug.
21, "Tarzan's Savage Fury;"
Aug. 22, "John Paul Jones."
GAMBOA: Aug. 12, "John
Paul Jones;" Aug. 19, "The
Secret of'Monte Cristo;" Aug.
26, "X-15."
SHOWS
TARZAN'S SAVAGE FURY:
Lex Barker Tarzan on safari
-*a Chitta. 95 mins.


JOHN PAUL JONES: Robert
Stack-aria Pavan: The adven-
ture that stands above all! So
big, all the seas of the world
are its stage. In color. 132 mins.
DARBY O'GILL AN THE
LITTLE PEOPLE: Walt Disney
spins motion picture magic with
this delightfully different tale
of love, laughter and leprech-
auns. In color. 1100 mins.
THE MOUSE, THAT ROAR-
ED: Peter Sellers-Jean Seberg:
The amazing story of the mouse
That devoured the lion... It's
deliciously daffy and frightfully
funny. 105 mins.
THE SECRET OF MONTE
CRISTO: Rory Calhoun-Patri-
cia Bredin: He followed a mys-
tery may to terror and treasure.
In Scope and. color. 105 mins.
NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS:
Andy Griffith Myron McCor-
mick: A furbling rookie sets the
Army on its ear in a laugh-
filled farce. 117 mins. -
X-15: David McLean-Charles
Bronson: The authentic, fan-
tastic store y of the world's
fastest rocket ship... actually
filmed in space. In Scope and
color- 113 minx-


Balboa High School Activities
Building to see a motion picture
about the Panama Canal and
its construction. After watching
the' movie, many of those on
the trip started reminiscing
about "the old days" on 'the
Isthmus.
The retirees next went to the
Pedro Miguel Boat Landing to
board the Las Cruces for the
trip through Gaillard Cut to
Gamboa, giving evidence of
their high spirits by singing
hymns and other songs. The trip
through the Cut elicited more
comments about "the old days"
from those aboard, a number
of whom had worked there
before water was admitted to
the channel. From Gamboa,
the retirees were returned by
bus to Ancon and the Asilo Bo-
livar.-
Approximately 100 persons
participated in the excursion.
T h o s e representing the Em-
ployee Services Branch were
Dr. J. J. Calderon, Nurse A.
T. Caton, William R. Zemites
and Ned J. Fleckner.


Strip Shows Scenes
At Panama Canal
The Panama Canal was in the
adventure strip "Brenda Starr,
Reporter" in many states pap-
ers August 4.
The strip, signed by Dale Mes-
sick, and issued by The Chicago
Tribune syndicate, showed the
vessel on which Brenda Starr
was a passenger at the entrance
of one of the Panama Canal
locks. Another frame showed a
Panama conjunto in polleras and
montunos dancing in the fore-
ground.


Library


Services
ient
ion,
for n, Studied
her
3ing "To identify problems in
)out serving students at all levels
ing and to determine means .for
improving library 'service to
;up- meet the needs" was the pur-
the pose of a session at the recent
rge Annual Conference of the Amer-
and ican Library Association," held
res. yearly in June or July. This
lies year's conference was held in
Chicago and was attended by
for. Mrs. E 1 e a n o r D. Burnham,
rice Librarian-Curator, Canal Zone
om-. Library-Museum.
Part of the sub-conference
white consisted of "buzz" sessions -
out groups of 35 who met and dis-
irs. cussed the problem. The recbm-
an. mendations. .were summarized
he and given in a general session.
sea Among the recommendations
reached were the need for
further development of library
services and an increase- in
library funds, more effective
f- ise of library personnel, fresher
approaches to instruction of
students, and the need for all
librarians to make a realistic
examination of what is needed
for students in each locality
and of what is already avail-
able.
A Pre-Conference Institute on
Western Americana was spon-
sored by the Co ll ege and
Research Libraries Division of,
the A.L.A. on July 12 and 13.
Lectures werc by eminent
historians, and bibliographers
specializing in Western History.
Those attending the Institute
visited the Un'versity of Chica-
go Library, the Newberry
L i b r ar y and Northwestern,
where they saw rare book dis-
plays. The-gold rush and trans-
portation as a part in the
1 development of the West were
r- two of the subjects of the lec-
-* tures.


Coming


Events


August 9-Four well-known local
artists, Beatrix Briceho, An-
tonio Alvarado, Mario Cal-
vit, and Ivan Zachrisson,
will exhibit their latest works
at the Instituto Panameino
de Arte. The exhibition will
start at 8 p.m. at the Casa
del Magisterio Panameino
Unido (Teachers Guild) in
Urbanizacion Obarrio (right
turn after Minimax on Via
Espaia).
August 9-10-Theater Guild pre-
sents "South Pacific" at the
Ancon 'Playhouse; last two
nights. 'Tickets $2. Curtain
time 8 p.m.
August 9-11-An industrial ex-
position, sponsored by the
Embassy of Israel, continues
at the Chamber of Commer-
ce.
August 10-Anniversary of In-
dependence of Ecuador
(1809).
August 17-Club 20-30 of Colon
will present Colon and Ca-
nal Zone Debutantes at the
Strangers Club.
August 20-National Orchestra,
directed by Professor Her-
bert De Castro, will accom-
pany Daniel Ericourt in
Schumann's Concert in A at
the B,e 11 a Vista Theater.
Tickets will be sold next
week by the Direccion Na-
cional de Cultura.
August 21-23-Sala 44, under the
auspices of the Institute of
Art, presents Somerset
Maugham's "La E s p o s a
Constante" (The Constant
Wife). Tic kets available
through Panama 3-8112 and
3-8475. Tickets $2.
August 25-Anniversary of Inde-
pendence of Uruguay
(1825).
September 7-Anniversary of
Independence of Brazil
1822).
September 15-Anniversary of
Independence of Costa Rica
(1821).


SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30 Chaple of The Air
4:00 Now In Our Time
5:00 Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30 Communism-Myth
versus Reality
7:00 Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
Review
9:00 What's My Line
9:30 Steve Alien Show
10:45 Air Force Story
11:05 Enc: Circle Theater
11:45 Enc: Dean Martin

MONDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 "Magic Land of
Alakazam
5:30- Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Global Zobel
7:00 I've Got A Secret
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 -
"Summer Storm"
10:30 Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5.00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 A Walk Through
The Valley
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00 Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore Show
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Armchair Theater -
'"Philo Vance's
Gamble"
10:00 Jack Padr Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.


WEDNESDAY
4:50-Billboard
'5:00-First Edition
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30 American Musical
Theater
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Around and About
7:15-Newsreel
7:30 Flight
8:00-Perry Como
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Wire Service
10:00 Tonight-
S1:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc; Garry Moore


THURSDAY
4:50--Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 Planet Earth
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Showcas.
8:00 Wonderful World a0
Golf
P:55-SCN News
o:00 Sing Along With
Mitch
10:00 Willy
10:30 Glenn Miller Time
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Come
FRIDAY

4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 Buccaneers
5:30 Harvet
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Colleae Bowl
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
Fe*nster
8:00 Here's Edie
8:30 As Ceaser Sees It
8:55-SCN Mews
9:00-Price Is Right
9:30 Candid Camera
10:00 Bob Newhart Show
10:30 Hootenanny
11:00-Final Edition
11:15' Tonight

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:30 Saturday Matinee -
"Summer Storm"
-4:15 Berber of North
Africa
3:00 Saturday Matinee -
"Uneasy Terms"
4:30 Mr. Wizard
5:00 Stump The Stare
5:30 Sports Time
8:00-SCN News
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
7:00 Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Walk
8:55-SCN News
9:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00 Fight of the Week
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Steve Allen


age FOUR


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.Eltanal de Panama Satisfactorias Pruebas De





S PILLWAY Capacidad Reducen Las




Realizan TraveNsa Partial Horas En Aguas Del Canal


Del Canal El Dia De Jamaica
* IIlIII s...


Las pruebas sobre capacidad
del Canal que comprenden obser-
vaciones sobre diversos m6todos
de operaci6n que antes no habian
sido probados se perfilan en for-
ma satisfactoria durante la pri-
mera semana el period de prue-
.ba fijado del 28 de julio al 17
de agosto.
Durante la primera semana de
esas pruebas algunas naves fue-
ron retrasadas en sus travesias
por cortas horas, pero la mayo-
ria se benefici6 y como resulta-
do de ello se obtuvo un promedio
de 13.9 horas en aguas del Ca-
nal comparadas con las 14.6 ho-
ras que, por t6rmino medio, de-
moraron en estas aguas los
barcos durante los 3 iltimos
meses del afio fiscal de 1963.
Durante julio de este afio el pro-
medio fue de catorce horas y el
dia 3 de agosto se rebaj6 --ese
dia- a 10.4
En la segunda semana de las
pruebas, debido al reducido
trAnsito registrado, fue necesario
demorar a algunas naves para
contar con n6mero suficiente pa-
ra las horas de prueba fijadas
de 3 de'la tarde a 11 de la no-
che.
El Canal de PanamA siempre
ha prestado atenci6n preferen-
te a lo relative a su capacidad
de trAnsito de naves, declare el
Director de Marina interino, Wal-
ter A. Dryja. Los cAlculos he-
chos hasta el present estaban
basados en las habilidad de las
"mulas" entonces en servicio.
Para calcular la capacidad de
las esclusas hubo que presumir-
se una operaci6n de relevo en
las dos vias sin contar con, una
experiencia veridica de tal ope-
raci6n simultAnea en ambas


vias. Tampoco existe experien-
cia previa en la operaci6n o fun-
cionamiento de una via en relevo
y, al mismo tiempo, teniendo la
otra via de las esclusas en ser-
vicio con un solo juego de "mu-
las". .
Algunas de las pruebas de ca-
pacidad del Canal han demostra-
do que los estimados previous so-
bre su capacidad en m6todos da-
dos de operaci6n quedaron cor-
-tos en algunos casos y se ex-
cedieron en otros. Las pruebas
de capacidad se verifican en Ga-
tun, que estA equipada con sufi-
cientes "mulas" para realizar
operaciones en relevo en la ve-
reda Occidental.y para operacio-
nes usuales en la vereda Orien-
tal. En la preparaci6n de pla-
nes para las necesidades futu--
ras del Canal se proyecta pro-
- bar la capacidad delas esclusas
de Gatin bajo m6todos seleccio-
nados de operaci6n. Las pruebas
que se tienen planeadas inclu-
yen hasta donde se cuente
con el equipo, personal y naves'
disponibles el funcionamiento
double de alcantarillado. en am-
.bas veredas; el transport por
las esclusas en relevo y otras
condiciones de funcionamiento
del alcantarillado que podrian
surgir en aaios futures cuando se
precise colocar fuera de uso una
alcantarilla para reacondicionar
vAlvula normalmente sumersas
y parties a ellas incrustadas.
La operaci6n en relevo por las
esclusas estA siendo sometida a
prueba por primera vez con dos
juegos de "mulas" en una vere-
da y un tercer juego en la otra,
siendo ello possible gracias a las.
nuevas "Mulas" japonesas aho-
ra empleadas.


El anAlisis de las pruebas que
ahora se verifican llevarA va-
ries meses, segun opina el Di-
rector interino de Marina, Sefior
Dryja, quien es coordinator de
las pruebas y esta encaigado de
la preparaci6n del informed final.
R. C. Stockham, jefe de'la Di-
visi6n de Esclusas, esta a car-
go de los calculos del mAximo
te6rico de capacidad de las es-
clusas; las pruebas de capacidad
de las esclusas de Gatufn bajo
diversos m6todos de operaci6n
y evaluar los resultados finales
a fin de calcular la possible ca-
pacidad de las esculsas de Gat'n,
lo que podria servir tambi6n
para un calculo aproximado de
la capacidad de las de Mira-
flores y Pedro Miguel.
El CapitAn d'el Puerto de Cris-
t6bal, Andrew S. Stohrer, pre-
par6 las reglas que rigieron los
m6todos de manejo de naves en
las esclusas y esti encargado
del despacho, de b'arcos por las
esclusas y la asignaci6n de re-
molcadores durante el period
de pruebas.
El jefe del Control de Trafnsi-
to Maritmio, R. C. O'Neal, es-
tf a cargo de los procedimientos
y normas relacionados con el
control de las travesias, el an&a
lisis de control de presuntos
trAnsitos y la preparaci6n de es
timados de disminuci6n, de la
capacidad del Canal :y estimados
de las mejoras a esa capacidad
del Canal si se efectuaran cam-
bios.
Para esta semana tiene fijado
el Gobernador Robert J. Fle-
mimg, Jr., ir, personalmente a
observerr las 'pruebas, tal como
lo hiciera el Vicegobernador Da-
vid S. Parker.


El primer aniversario de la Independencia de Jamaica fue
celebrado por los jubilados por incapacidad del Canal de Pana-
ma con un. recorrido parcial por el Corte Gaillard en la lancha
Las Cruces del Canal de Panama.
El viaje fue arreglado por el Ramovde Servicios a Empleados
en cooperaci6n con el Servicio de Guias de 14 Zona del Canal.
Los buses recogieron a los jubilados-en Anc6n y en el Asilo
Bolivar.
Desde Anc6n el grupo fue al Auditorio de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Balboa en donde vi6 una pelicula sobre el Canal de
Panama y su construcci6n. Esta peliaula fue bien comentada por
los jubilados. Muchos de ellos comenzaron a recorder los "vie-
S jos tiempos". Despu6s viajaron al desembarcadero de Pedro Mi-
e guel para abordar la lancha Las Cruces, en donde encontraron
cafe, sodas y empanadas esperindolos. Tom6 alg6n tiempo en
acomodar a los veterans en sus sillas, pero finalmente se arre-
g16 todo y la lancha parti6 hacia Gamboa.
Durante el viaje cantaron himnos y refirieron cuentos del pa-
sado. Cuando pasaron por el Corte, algunos comentaron que ha-
bian trabajado alli antes de que el agua invadiera el area. Al
Ilegar a Gamboa abordaron nuevamente los buses para regresar
a Anc6n y al Asilo Bolivar.
Entre los jubilados habia 23 que son pacientes en el Asilo
Bolivar. Tambi6n habia 10 ciegos, la mayor parte de los cuales
fueron acompafiados por el Grupo Voluntario de la Iglesia de Dios
en Rio Abajo.
Aproximadamrente cien peronas participaron en esta excur-
si6n. Los que presentaron al Ramo de Servicios a Empleados
fueron el Dr. J. J. Calder6n, la enfermera A. T. Caton, William
R. Zemites y Ned Fleckner.


REACONDICIONAN ENCOFRADO


-Uno de los dos encofrados a la
entrada de las esclusas del Ca-
nal de PanamA estA siendo so.
metido a- un reacondicionamiento
general en el dique seco de Bal-
boa, labor- que llevarA varias se-
manas y costara unos $116.000.


Para Int~r'pretes

Espaiiol-Ingk~s.


W. F. Russon Salv6 Una Vida



Al Aplicar Lo Que Aprendi0


W. F. Russon, representante de
seguridad de la Direcci6n de
Transportes y Terminales, en el
Area de Terminales del AtlAnti-
co, prActica en sus ratos libres
lo que predica durante las horas
de trabajo y salv6 una vida.
Su buena acci6n se supo cuan-
do el SP-5 George T. Workman,
del Headquarters Company, de
la Escuela de las Am6ricas del
Ej6rcito delos EE. UU. en Fuer-
te Gulick, escribi6 una carta al
Jefe de la Oficina de Seguridad
del Canal de PanamA, expresan-
do su apreciaci6n y dando las
gracias por la rApida acci6n del
.Sr. Russon, que salv6 la vida
de la sefiora de Workman.


, Workman, que


Este encofrado es uno de los
obtenidos cuando se inaugur6 el
Canal; pesa 1.600 toneladas, mide
65 pies de alto y tiene un ancho
de 113 pies, 10 pulgadas con 36
pies de espesor maximo.
(Pasa a la Pag. 2).


Un important curso que beneficiary enor-
memente a quienes necesiten estar familiariza-
dos tanto con el castellano cuanto el idioma in-
gles sera ofrecido los lunes y miercoles de 4:40
a 6:30 de la tarde en la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal.


El curso, titulado "Interpretando y Traduciendo Espaviol-lngl6s" ha sido
preparado en forma a servir por igual a personas cuya lengua native sea el
ingl6s asi como aquellas de habla castellana.
Para matricularse se require: de los de habla inglesa que tengan el equi-
valente de 2 alios de castellano en universidad o 4 en escuela secundaria; los
de habla castellana dbben haber cursado los mismos studios idiomaticos que
los citados arriba, pero en ingles.
Aquellos que cursen dos semestres satisfactoriamente estarlan capacitados
para ser competentes traductores e intirpretes entire ambas lenguas.
Las matriculas para este curso estAn abiertas en Ia Universidad de la
Zona del CanaL "


reside en Fran-


ce Field, habia ido a jugar bo-
liche en ]a Liga de los Lunes
por la Noche en Fuerte Gulick,
,y como es su costumbre, la se-
flora de Workman comenz6 a
descongelar la refrigeradora. El
Sr. Russon, que tambi6n reside
en France Field, estaba visitan-
do a un vecino.
De pronto comenz6 a salir hu-
mo de la part posterior de la
refrigeradora. La sefiora de
Workman trat6 de sacar el en-
chufe, pero no pudo mover la
enorme refrigeradora. Ella lla-
m6 a un vecino para que la ayu-
dara, pero 6ste tampoco pudo
mover la refrigeradora, notan-
do que el enchufe estaba traba-
do y llam6 a Russon para que


ayudara.
Los dos'hombres movieron la
refrigeradora para alcanzar el
enchufe y .Russon oy6 que la
sefiora de Workman decia "no
puedo respirar", cuando ella se
encontraba parada al lado de la
puerta viendo la operaci6n.
El la llev6 a una silla y not6
que un pulso estaba d6bil. Co-
menz6 a administrarle respira-
ci6n artificial y despu6s de va-
rios minutes ella comenz6 a res-
pirar mejor, pero no podia mo-
verse o hablar. Mientras tan-
to el vecino habia llamado a una
ambulancia y habia notificado a
'Workman.
La historic tuvo un final fer.


A .CUAL DE ELLAS REINARA?


CELIA DAVIS


JUDITH ANDRION
JUDITH ANDRION


CHERYL ELLIS


La dispute por la corona de Reina de la Banda de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City contin6a muy animada, recibiendo las lindas candidates el apoyo
entusiasta y creciente de sus admiradores.
Celia Davis, de Rainbow City Heights, sac6 ventala a sus rivals en el s6pti-
mo escrutinio celebrado .el jueves pasado, colocAndose a la cabeza con 3.321 votos
depositados a su favor. La siguen, por su orden: Cheryl Ellis, 3.300; Judith An-
dri6n, 3.137; Clementina Troya, 2.900; Andrea Cox, 2.785; Arsenia Galvez, 2.435;
Elsa Howell, 2.350 y Lydia Thom, 1.952.
El 61ltimo escrutinio tendri lugar el jueves 15 de los corrientes en el gimnif0l
de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City, donde se han venido celebrando hasta
ahora.







Pigla DS SP1 LLWA Aqslo de196


LAGUNA LE QUITARA EL TERRON A SUGAR?.


iEl campeon mundial del peso pluma Ultiminio "Sugar" Ramos ha
accedido defender su.titulo frente al panamefio Ismael Laguna, segfin
declare en M6xico el apoderado del campe6n, Cuco! Conde,
Como Ramos tiene que pelear en el Jap6n el 15 de octubre con el
japon6s Mitsunori Seki, set dijo que el combat con Laguna podria ser
en los primeros dias del mes de septiembre pr6ximo en la ciudad de
Panama.
Por su parte el empresario de boxeo Jorge A. Panay, que ofreci6,
la suma de 50,000 d61ares a Ramos para exponer su corona en el Istmo,


declare6 que no seria convenient efectuar el combat en septiembre, sino
durante el verano, cuando no existe la amenaza de lluvia, ya que el en-
cuentro se celebraria al aire libre en el Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6s-
tenes Arosemena".
El empresario Panay manifest el martes por la noche en una
conferencia de prensa que viajaria este fin de semana a Managua, Nica-
ragua, donde el campe6n Ramos hara-una exhibici6n de boxeo, para
* tratar de arreglar el combat por el titulo con Laguna en el mes de enero
en. el Estadio Olimpico de Panama.


ELLIS A. FAWCETT, Superintendente de Ensefianza de las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas, lanza el bal6n para dar inicioa al partido de vali.
bol entire Rainbow City y Paraiso que gan6 el primero por anotaci6n
de 15-7 y 15-11. El juego se efectu6. en conmemoraci6n al primer
aniversario, de la independencia, de Jamaica y de Trinidad-Tobago,
en el gimnasio de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso.


PONEN A PRUEBA El

SISTEMA lE E.NFRIAR


El lunes y martes entrante se
pondra a prueba la plant de
agua gelida para el sistema cen-
tral de. enfriamiento en Balboa,
pruebas de eficiencia que se rea-

Asesor Legal Renuncia

Su Alto Cargo-
Theodore P. Daly, Ayudante
General de la Oficina de Aseso-
ramiento Juridico del Canal de
PanamA ha renunciado su car-
go para volver a su prActica le-
gal en Nueva York. Hoy sera su
illtimo? dia, de delpacho, ya que
partiri con su. familiar abordo del
Crist6bal el 14 de este mes.
El senior Daly ingres6 a la ofici-
na de asesoramiento juridico co-
mo abogado en casos de almiran-
tazgo (asuntos maritimos y de
Snavegaei6n maritima) en. 1957,
encargandose de todos los casos
pendientes, consistentes, en su
mayoria, de accidents navales
acumulados desde julio de 1951,
fecha en que el Canal de Pana.
ma, por primera vez, pudo ser
sujeto, responsabilizable en liti-
gios. de esa naturaleza.
En. abril. de 1960 el senior Daly
fue ascendido a Ayudante Gene-
ral en. reemplazo de David J. Mar-
kum, quien habia sido ascendido
a Asesor General.
Nacido en Whitestone, Long
Island, el senior Daly se recibi6
en. leyes en la Universidad de St.
John's, de, Brooklyn; tambidn
- curs6 studios en la Universidad
S de Glasgow, Escocia. De 1943 a
1946 prest6 servicio military en Eu-
ropa, completando despuds sus es-
tudios legales.
Antes de venir al istmo tra-
bajaba en la firma legal Kirlin,
Campbell and Keating, de Nueva
York.
El Sr. Daly preside el Colegio
de Abogados de la Zona del Ca-
nal actualmente.


La tira c6mica sindicalizada y
serializada que aparece en nu-
merosos diarios norte-emerica-
ons, "BRENDA STARR, REPOR-
TER", correspondiente al 4 de
agosto muestra aspects del Ca.
nal de Panama y del tamborito.
La tira, de autoria de Dale
Messick, y distribuida por el
Chicago Tribune, muestra un
barco en el cual, Brenda. Starr
transit por las esclusas y lue-
go am conjuntei tipico de- polle-
-- montunas ballandoC


lizaran en presencia de los disefia-
dores de la plant, R. L. Duffer
y asociadcs.
La plant de enfriamiento. es-
ta situada en Balboa frente a la
zapateria; Dos representantes de
la, compafia disefiadora observa-
rAn las pruebas.
Los inmuebles que pronto nece-.
sitarin aire refrigerado son las
nuevas al~s del Hospital Gorgas,
la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa
y. la Escuela Intermedia de Dia,
blo.
Los contratistas generals de
la plant son. la West Indies Pipe
Corporation de Miami y el traba-
jo de instalaci6n .se inici6, en
enero de 1962.


DOS TAMBORES

DAN ALEGRIA

A LAS PALMAS
El primer proyecto del instruc-
tor de Educaci6n Fisica, Ped'ro
Guerrero. G., en el Primer Ciclo
de La Palma, Dari6n, es Ia. orga-
nizaci6n de una Banda de Cor-
netas y Tambores. Ya tiene la
mayor parte de los instruments
requeridos, menos dos tambores
'que aun necesita conseguir.
Las Damas del Canal de Pana-
ma, al enterarse"de estas circuns.
tancias y dentro del marco de sus
actividades de ayudar a la gente
a ayudarse a si mismas, hace un
llamado para esos dos tambores,
a quienes pudiesen contribuir con
ellos, o0 uno solo.
Se ruega ponerse con comuni.
caci6n con la sefiora Eleanor G.
Abbott, president de las Damas
del Canal de PanamA, tel6fono
(IBalboa) 2-1585.


Un program interprovincial de
boxeo aficionado habri el domin-
go pr6ximo en, la, Arena de Co.
16on, cuando, se, midan pugilistas
de- PanamA, y Col6n.
La, cartilla, consta de- cinco-
combates, los, cuales, son los. si-
guientes: (los. primeros. nombma*
l., m c.idai combat; son. de


Bibliotecarias
Son Progresistas
El principal tema de una se-
si6n de la Conferencia Anual
de la Asociaci6n Americana de
Bibliotecas, celebrada en Chi-
cago este afio, fue el de exami-
nar los problems relatives al
servicio a pstudiantes de todos
los niveles para determinar la
formula de mejorarlo a fin de
tender a todos los requeri-
mientos. En representaci6n de
la Biblioteca-Museo de la Zo-
na del Canal asisti6 a este Con-
greso la sefiora Eleanor D.
Burnham.
Parte de la sub-Conferencia
consisti6 en. sesiones (9 de los
35 grupos reunidos para discu-
tir un.problema).
Entree las recomendaciones
acordadas figuran la necesidad
de incrementar los servicios bi-
blidtecarios y las partidas. para
las bibliotecas; empleo mis
efectivo del personal de biblio-
tecarios; remozamiento del ser-
vicio, a. estudiantes y la necesi-
dad de que todos, los bibliote-
carios re-examinen lo que re-
quieren los estudiantes de cada
sitio y c6mo se puede tender
a. esos refluerimientos.
Los conferencistas. visitaron
las bibliotecas de la Universi-
dad. de Chicago, la Newberry y
la Northwestern donde vieron
preciosas exhibiciones de libros
antiguos y raros.
I I2


VIAJE FRESCO


EN EL TREN

No sera sino desde el lunes
12 de los corrientes cuando ini.
cie servicio entire Panama y
Col6n el vag6n refrigerado pa-
ra pasajeros que sera engan-
'chado al tren regular.
El itinerario para ese va-
g6n, para el cual habra un re-
cargo de 50 centavos, ha que-
dado fijado asi: de lunes a
viernes:
-Salidas de Col6n:
S 9:50 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Salidas de Panama:
12:01 y 5:10 p.m.
Como se inform anterior.
mente las tarietas de viaje no
seran validas para ese vag6n.

Competerncias
De Levantar Pesos
Gan6 Mike
El corpulento Mike Plucker
conquist6 su cuarto triunfo con-
secutivo en las_ competencias
de Levantamiento de Pesos con
un total de 370 libras en el
"ejercicio de la semAna" en el
gimnasio de Balboa.
Willie Shaffer, ganador del
Bench Press hace varias sema-
nas, qued6 de segundo y Joe
Bremer de tercero. Los otros
contendores fueron esta sema-
na: Dirk van Loon, Bill Swans-
trom, Jake Esterline, Mike Co-
lacicco, Joe, Hunt, Mike Livings-
ton, Ken Phillips, Bob Daniel,
Duke Wilson y Mario Calleja.


Col6n): Roberto Javier contra
Angel Garcia en 112 libras; Mi-
guel Martinez y Victor Dioces,
en, 112; Luis Garcia frente a
ErasmolRangel, en. 119; Abelardo.
Racero con Alfonso Frazer Jr.,
en 119; y Federico Bell ,e rsus
Marcos Diaz, en 126 libras. ''


Canasta a 2 Segundos


Del Pito.Final Di6 la


Victoria a los Marinos
Los marines del literal occidental resultaron victoriosos. en e'
juego final del torneo de baloncesto invitational celebrado en e.
Y.M.C.A. de Balboa el sabado pasado.
El partido fue muy reaiido y emocionante cerrandose laq pri-
mera mitad con anotaci6n'de 30-27 y a las tres cuartapartes es-
taba en 44-39. La compafiia 508 del. Cuartel General de Fuerte
Kobbe estaba un punto encima hasta 15 segundos antes del finat
cuando. el marine, Barton, encest6 para arrebatar la victri, .por
53-52 a. 2 segundos de terminar la contienda.


$3.461 para Puente


Lieitaci~in wa ef


del Canal de Panama BDerrumie de Gasas


S61o una propuesta fue he-
cha para la construcci6n de
un, puente a trav6s del; Ca-
nal de Panama al cerrarse
la licitaci6n para el mismo.
La cuantia de- la of e r t:a
$3.461...!
Pero ese Canal de Pana-
ma, mide tan s61lo 30 pies.
de ancho. y esta situado en.
Plantation, una poblaci6n
cercana a Fuerte Lauder.
dale, Florida.
Ah. . Si... Se trata de un
puentecito para bicicletas...


El viernes 16, de agostoi se
abrirAn las, propuestas para, e.
derrumbe y remoci6n de 12 edi-
ficios en el Area del; Pacifico
y uno, en el Area Atlanticam
Se, trata de antiguas, vivien-
das para ciudadanos. no.norte-
americanos que seran reempla-
zadas con nuevas, estructuras.
Ocho estin; situados ehn Pa-
raiso, donde, fueron levantados
para barracks en! 1940. Cuatro
fueron; edificados. en. Sa-mnt a
Cruz en, los afios treinta, para:
viviendas de 12 families; uno
esta, localizado en Mount IIOpe.


UNIVERSITARIOS:

A MATRICULARSE TOCAN!

Los estudiantes que proyec- Los. estudiantes de. primero,
ten matricularse en la Univer- segundo y tercer afo que re-
sidad de la Zona del Canal, de- gresan a la Universidad des-
hen comunicarse con los tele- pues. del ano pasado, tambien
fonos: (Balboa.) 2-2380 6 2-4590 deben. acudir a escoger los. cur-
a fin de hacer una cita para sos; ya estAn. abiertas las. ma-
discutir su program. de estu- triculas, para casi 75 cursos que
dios. se: ofreceran en las tardes, no-


Se- recomienda much hacer
esto, debido a que result mas
provechoso planear con, antici-
paci6n los cursos que se van a
tomar; ademis, ello acelera el
process de, matriculas.
Aquellos estudiantes que hu-
biesen realizado los arreglos
previous para los cursos a to-
mar y para sus matriculas,
tendran trat9 preferencial cuan-
do se acuerden los programs
y horarios, el 5 y 6 de septiem-
bre.


ches y los sabados.
Los. estudiantes que hubiesen
cursado la secundaria o pre-
universitaria fuera de la Zona
del Canal deben inmediatamen-
te mandar a buscar sus credi-
tos para poder matricularse.
Temporalmente las oficinas
estAn ubicadas, en.el edificio de
madera de la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Balboa, situadoa en Law-
rence Johnson Place, pero la
Universidad funcionara, el pr6-
ximo semestre en La Boca en
su nuevo campus.


MOCHILA VACILA Y ENFERMA.


GUERRERO SE LAS VERA CON


LAGUNA EN EL ESTADIO EL 25


Es muy probable que el rival
de Ismael Laguna el domingo 25
de este mes en el Estadio Olim-
pico de Panama sea el peso plu-
ma mexicano Lalo Guerrero, no-
veno en la clasificaci6n mundial,
de la division.
Laguna habia sido firmado pa-
ra. enfrentarse a su unico vence-
dor, el colombiano Antonio "Mo-
chila" Herrera, pero el. empresa.
rio de la pelea Jorge A. Panay
recibi6 el mi6rcoles pr la- noche,
un cablegrama del apoderado delf
colombiano, en el, cual, Informaba
que el "Mochila" so encuentra-
enfermo y no, podra pelear en esa
fecha.
Originalmente se hablae program,
made. el; combat. de Horrera.Gue-
rrero para el 25, pwr mai tar-
de se decidi6 que Laguna pelea-'


ria primero con Herrera y tres
semanas mas tarde con Guerrero.
El promoter Panay sali6 ayer
rumbo a M6xico para arreglar la
pelea Laguna-Guerrero para el
25.
(Viene de la Pag. lra.).
Se trata sobre todo de reem-
plazar las secciones de madera
que proven el sello y los *coji-
nes que presionan contra las en-
tradas de las compuertas cuando
el encofrado estA sumerso en su
sitio:
Los encofrados son reacondicio-
nados cada 10 afios.y este fud ob-
jeto: de unm cambio total; en su sis-
tema. de bombeo hace unos 4
aixos. Las. bombs, ademas de- au-
menta a. disminui- su capacidad
de, flotar, ayudanM at desagfle de
las efmaras. en. las. esclus s.


0


MOV IDA CARTILLA EN EL

BOXEO DE COLON EL DIA 11


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Agosto 9 de 1963


pfiena DOS


SPILLWAY







S P I L L W A Y a'agina -~g~


Agosto 9 de 1963




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Tres'empleados civiles de la Armada practican su deported favorite, el -golf, en la cancha del Club de Golf de Lakeview. A la izquierda estA
Harold Cook esperando su turno; al centro W. A. Scott, mientras que V. Savage act6a en aesta ocasi6n como "caddy" en el juego. A ia derecha
4parece el president del club, Alpheus Shan, cortando el "green" en el terreno que cedi6 el Canal de Panrama para el entretenimiento de los
empleados.




CON SUDOR Y LABOR HICIERON SU CANCHA


EI Club de Golf de Lakeviaw
se encuentra en el lugar donde
existi6 hace varies anfos la po-
blaci6n de Red 'Tank en la Zo-
na del Canal. Fue fundado este
club en septiembre de 1957 con
27 miembros, los cuales utiliza-
ban antes ilos terrenos escolares
despues *de las horas de classes,
pero como el golf -no qstM con-
siderado como un deportede esco-
lar, se les notific6 que no -po.
drian seguir utilizando las Areas
escolares -de las comunidades.
Los miembros del club, enca-
bezados por su actual president,
Alpheus Shan, visltaron al Go-
bernador de la lona del Canal y
le 'solicitaron los terrenos donde
estaba el antiguo campo de beis-


&bol de Red 'Tank, lo cual. fue
,concedido para que practicaran
el golf.
El Gobernador Fleming les pres-
t6 toda la ayuda possible para
cque limpiaran el ;terreno y tam-
ibien para elevar los "greens"
que estaban muy bajos, en Io
,cuan han estado trabajando con
esmero los miembros del club,
,que todos los fines de semana
van a la cancha para practicar
*su deported favorite.
Las fotografias que acompaian
,este articulo muestran los traba-
los que hacen estos empleados -
'de la 'Zona del Canal para que la
cancha de golf .de Lakeview estl
-en las -mejores condiciones posi.
'bles.


Alpheus Sha-n quiere que la cancha
del Club ,de Golf de Lakeview est6 en per-
fectas condiciones y arregla la 'parte supe-
rior del "green" durante -sus horas libres.


Amos Blades arregla el "green" que 61
construy6 y-el -ual usara m is adelante.


En Busca de


Nuevos Lauros Salen Cam peones


Amos Blades corta la
que tenerlo limpio.


maleza en el campo de golf. Hay


A Tforneo De Los Legitonarios


RAINBOW vs PARAISO ... -

A vsVan Peloteros -De La Zona
M-IM Tan o de o-"te1 V 4osWWK -a


EIN LIA DE VULIBOL


* El mi6reoles fue inaugurado- en
el Gimnasio 'de Santa 'Cruz 'el 'tor -
neo de 'volibol 'intereolegial de
los primeros ciclos de las Escue.
las Latinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal.
En el desafio femenino, Parai-
so se impusoe a 'Santa Cruz por
15-9, 16-14 y 15-9, en tanto ,que
en 6 1 mascilino triunf6 'Santa
Cruz sobre'Parafso por '-Sy 15-


'12.
Esta ;tarde a las '5 chocaran en
'Rainbow City los conjuntos de
Paraiso y Rainbow City, en par-
'tido correspondiente al torneo de
,los segundos ciclos.
El midreoles 14 *de -agosto se
imediran a 'las 5 'p.m. en Rain.
lbow 'City los equipos del -primer
,cielo de eSanta Cruz y 'Rainbow
;City.


El equipo 'de ipelota *de la Le.
gi6n ,Americana eampe6n ;de la
Legi6n Americana, el Orange
Kist, ,de 'Fuerte Clayton, sali6 pa-
ra ilos Estados Unidos el1 nmidrco-
les ,en 'a mariana para partieipar
en -el torneo national de pelota
de la Legi6n Americana. Inte-
gran -el eonjunto 13 muchachos
y 2 adults, ,(ver foto en seecl6n
inglesa).
De .Miami el ;equipo viaW6 a


Clarkesville, Arkansas, donde pa-
saran una semana en juegos de
exhibici6n antes de regresar a
Memphis, Tennessi para el juego
inaugural regional No. 4 'contra
el "Departamento de Mississippi,
;el 15 de agosto.
Si la novenaa de la Zona del Ca-
nal:gana el torneo regional No.-4,
viajari entonces a Keene, N. H.
para la Serie Final de la Legl6n
Americana ,que se verificarA del


25,de agosto al 1 de septiembre.
'Dos jugadores, Doug Priester
y Jim Riley, se encuentran en
Estados Unidos desde hace algu-
nas semanas; Priester se uniri al
equipo en Memphis para acom-
pafiarlo a Clarkesville, donde. se
les sumarg Riley.
Los servicios informativos man..
tendran a Ia fanaticada local ad
tanto de las actividades de o-
vena.


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Aaosto 9 de 1963


5 P ILL WA Y


PAgina CUATRO


GANAL 2

DOMINGO


11:30
12:00
1:30
3:00
4:30
5:30
6:30
7:00
8:00
9:00
9:30
10:30


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
8:00
9:00
10:00
10:15


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
8:00
9:00
10:00
10:15


Documental
Show del Mediodia
Cine en iu Casa
Teleteatro
Carnaval de
Carlones
La Nueva
Generaci6n
Jitazo Royal
El Buen Pastor
Ciudad Deonuda
Un Paso al Mas
Alla
Rodeo
Teleteatro

LUNES
Carnival do
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Papa lo Sabe Todo
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estreoitas
Dick Tracy
Noticias
Superman
Supers6nicos
Aledrez Fatal
Foro de Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES
Carnaval dt
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Papr lo Sabe Todo
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Catnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta do Estrellitas
Popeye
Noticias
Roy Rodgers
Biografia
Fred Astaire
Present
Imperio del Oeste -
Noticias
Teleteatro


MIERCOLES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticlas
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Pap lao Sabe Todo
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo doe a Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de_ Estrellitas
6:00 Dibujos Animados
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Buggs Bunny
7:30 Blanquita Amaro
8:00 Sura Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Nick Charles
10:00 Noticas
10:15 Teleteatro

JUEVES

12:00 Carnav.al do
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serle Semanal,
1:30 Papd lo Sabe Todo
2:00 Avances
2:15 Aeportaijes Mundiales
8:00 Teleteatro .
4:30 Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias -
7:00 Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
7i30 Show Internacional
8130 La Hora Once
M930 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
VIERNES

12:00 Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serte Semanal
1:30 Pap& lo Sabe Tode
2:00 Avances.
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Camrnaval do
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Muler
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 El Cegat o Magoo
"as0 Noticias
7:00 Hombre del RUle
7:30 Picapiedraus
8:00 Boris Karloff
9810 El Fabricante de No-
ticias
9:30 Mantovani
lOO- Notliclas
I1W3"g Sala de Proyeccl6n
1:45~ Teleteatro

SABADO
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartoneo
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Teleteatro
3:00 Avances
3:15 ReportaJes Mundiales
4:00 Sarao de Teved6s
5:00 Mundo de la Mujoer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Combats
8:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Sam Benedict
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro


I --


I


CANAL 4

DOMINGO

10:00 Todo pot la Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 Salvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazanas del Espa.
CIO.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cito Informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Coro Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Solo los .Valientes
9:00 Encrucijada
10:00 Pelicula

LUNES
11:30 Alegrras Inanntlles
12:15 Los Bucaneros
12:45 Iioucias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novelo Semonal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30 u iteres y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ley del Revolver.
7:00 Nloticias
7:30 Rin in Tin
8:00 Kraft Musical
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Alts
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 H luta 66
10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Alegqras iLnantiles
12:15 Randall El
justiciero
12:45 no tcias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
-4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5600 Tres Caras do Mujer
5:30 1iteres y C6micas .
.6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Notcias
7:30 Estudio Pepsi
8:00 La Hora Continental
8:30 La Gloria Quedo
Atrds
9:00 Pecado ,Mortal
9:30 Los Defensores
10:00 Programa Especial
10:30 Notlcias
MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Intantiles
12:15 Diarno do a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanel
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Majer
5:30 riteres y ComIcas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
8:00 C6micos y Candlo-
neo.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atrds
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 NoLcias

JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Rev6lver a la
Orden
12:45 Nodcias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Mujel
5:30 Titeres y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla do Puerto
6:30 assie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 El Hombre Invisible
:8;00 La O r a Orange
Crush
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias llfantles
12:15 La Legi6n
Extranjera--
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hiplco
1:10 Novela Somanal
1,45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Tres Caras de Mulet
5:30 Titere y Comicas
6:00 Patrulla do Puerto
6:30 Annie Oakley
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas 1 Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
Atras
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias.
SABADO
11:30 Alegrlas mnfantlles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hiplco
1:10 MI Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Tres Caras de Mujer
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina on T.V.
5:00 Club Infantil Tolevito
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Investigador .S a b-
marine
- 7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


SGENTE EN LA NOTICIA


PASCUAL GARCES sali6 tambien favore-
cido con la nueva escala de salaries que
entr6 a regir en el mes de julio ultimo.
Garc6s, un obrero al servicio de la Divi-
si6n de Servicios Comunales en Diablo
Heights, en el sistema de recolecci6n de
basura, ganaba 67 centavos por hora, pero
su nuevo salario es ahora de 80 centavos
la hora. Garc6s tiene 20 afos de estar tra-
bajando con el Canal de Panama.


I ,.,








*'Y -,..* :"- .' ;


ANDRES ROSS, un carpintero que trabaja
con la Direcci6n de Transportes y Termi-
nales en el Muelle 18 de Balboa, estaba ga-
nando $1.33 por hora, pero con la nueva
escala de salaries en el Canal de Panama a
partir del mes de julio 61timo, esta reci-
biendo ahora un sueldo de $1.45 por hora.
Ross tiene 23 aifos de estar trabajando con
el Canal de Panama.


DOUGLAS M. WHITE, quien Ileva 34 afos
trabajando con el Canal de Panama, es
otro de los empleados que ha recibido au-
mento de sueldo desde el mes de julio ul-
timo. White, que trabaja como mensaje-
ro en el Muelle 18 con la Direcci6n de
Transportes y Terminales, ganaba antes
98 centavos por hora, pero su nuevo sueldo
es ahora de $1.05 por hora.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... .2.150
Esclusas de Gattin ..." 97
Las Cruees
(11 viajes) ......... 1.467
Reina Manuelita
(4 viajes) .......... 53
Otras jiras ......... 175

GRAN TOTAL .... 3.942



SPILLWAY




Pubicacl6n official del Canal de
Panama, impresa semanalmente en
los talleres do "La Estrella do Pa-
nam eon la ciudad do Panama,
Republica de Panama. So autori-
za la reproducci6n ya fuere verbal
o escrita. do cualquier cr6nica o
noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesi-
dad do solicitud exprosa.
GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
Viceqo'ernador
David S. Parker
Jeie de la Oficina de Informaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informaci6n que soe deseare
publicar en el SPILLWAY dobo seor
recibida en la oficina del lefe de
Prensa a m6s tardar el martes en
la tarde para la proxima edici6n.
Informaci6n de cardcter urgente po-
dria ser entreogada el miercoles y
hasta el jueves antes del mediodia.
Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
NAMA CANAL SPILLWAY, Box M,
Balboa Heights. Zone del Canal.


CALENIIARID lE EVE1NTTS

AGOSTO

9 y 10-Ultimas dos noches de la opereta "SOUTH PACIFIC"
montada en el teatro de Anc6n por el elenco del Theatre
Guild. Butaca: $2.00. Cortina: 8 p.m.
9 al 11-Tres diltimos dias de la exposici6n industrial israeli en
la CAmara de Comercio de Panama.
10 -Aniversario de la.independencia del Ecuador (1809).
11 al 16-Semana del Maiz. Escuela Profesional, PanamA.
14 La Asociaci6n de Conciertos ofrece el recital del famo-
so pianist MALCOLM FRAGER, ganador del Premio-
Reina Isabel de B61gica (1960). Teatro Bella Vista a
las 8:30 ).m.
16 Fiesta de San Roque en Las Minas, Old y Tonosi.
17 -El Club 20-30 de Col6n present a las Debutantes de
Col6n y de la Zona del Canal en el Club de Extranjeros.
20 La Orquesta Nacional, bajo la direcci6n del Maestro
Herbert De Castro, acompafiara a Daniel Ericourt en
el Concierto A, de Schumann. Teatro Bella Vista bajo
los auspicios de la Direcei6n Nacional de Cultura.
21-22-23 Pieza teatral "LA ESPOSA CONSTANTE", de So-
merset Maugham, montada por el Teatro Universitario
bajo los auspicios del Instituto Panamefio de Arte.
Butaca: $2.00. Para reservaciones discar (PanamAb
3-81-12. Estreno mi6rcoles 21 a las 8:30 de la noche en
la Sala Teatro 44, PanamA.
-25 -Aniversario de la independencia del Uruguay (1825).
25 Fiesta de San Luis en Ponuga.
30 Fiesta de Santa Rosa de Lima en Ocil, San Carlos y
Capira.

SEPTIEMBRE
7 -Aniversario de la independencia del Brasil (1822).
15 -Aniversario de ]a independencia de Costa Rica, El Sal-
vador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua (1821).
16 -Aniversario de la independencia de Mexico




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