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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: October 4, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00427
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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VOL. II No. 16 FRIDAY, October 4, 1963



'Biggest, Best' Trade Fair,



Predicted For October 19-27


Enthusiastic participation in
the Fourth Annual Trade Fair
sponsored by the Canal Zone
United Fund has resulted in
faster reservation of floor space
than ever before, Chairman B.
J. Elich has announced. The
Trade Fair is different each
year, he added, and this year's
will be the biggest and best,
according to all predictions.
A. D. Hutchings, Jr., and W.
L. De La Mater are co-chair-
men of the Trade Fair. The
, former will operate the Fair
after it opens October 19.
The "fairgrounds" will be in
Building 19, Corozal, and will
feature three floors of exhibits
and displays by Panamanian
firms, as well as Canal Zone
presentations. The Trade Fair's
objective is to make the buying
public aware of the products
available in Panama, parti-
cularly stocks not carried in


the Canal Zone retail stores.
Most of the exhibitors will have
give-away samples of their pro-
ducts and many will have goods
for sale at the Fair.
More new models of cars will
be on exhibit this year than
ever before, with over double
last year's numb er already
going on display.
The Trade Fair will be open
October 19-27 on weekdays from


7 p.m. to
days and
10 p.m.


10 p.m. and Satur-
Sundays from 1 to


The entrance to Building 19
is through the M.P. gate after
turning right on Gaillard High-
way at the traffic light. The
regular buses pass the gate,
and this is not a restricted
area. The exhibition building
is fifth on the right beyond the
gate entrance.


Stowaway Debarked


Upon Zone Arrival


What was the monkey doing
on the United Fruit ship? He
was stowing away that's what.
And where is the best place


Teachers To Meet,


On Math Instruction


Two teachers' meetings, on the
Atlantic and Pacific Sides of the
Isthmus, respectively, will be held
next week with Dr. Howard F.
Fehr, head of the Department
of the Teaching of Mathematics,
Teachers College, Columbia Univ-
ersity, who is to make a survey
of the Canal Zone Division of
Schools' mathematics program in
grades 1 through 12. -
The first of these meetings will
be held on the Atlantic Side next
Wednesday, October 9, for all
teachers in the U. S. and Latin
American Schools at Cristobal


Insurance


Deadline


Extended
The deadline to apply for
coverage under the supple.
mental life insurance pro-
gram for U. S. citizens em-
ployed by the Canal has been
extended to November 1, it
was announced this week.
The supplemental plan,
which is si m i I a r to but
separate from FEGLI, will
cost the employee 25 cents
per pay period for each
$1,000 of i n s u r a n c e. The
amount of insurance for
which you are eligible under
the plan depends on your
yearly earnings from the
Canal. Payroll deduction of
the insurance premiums will
be permitted.
Those who wish to enroll
for the insurance should
submit their applications to
the E employee Services
Branch; of the Personnel
Bureau before November 1.
No physical examination will
be required for those apply-
ing before November 1, but
t hose making application
after that date will be re-
quired to pass a physical
examination.


High School. There will be no
school on-_the Atlantic Side Wed-
nesday afternoon.
A meeting of all Canal Zone
Pacific Side teachers in U. S. and
Latin American schools will be
held Thursday, October 10, in the
Balboa High School auditorium.
Pacific Side schools will be clos-
ed Thursday afternoon.

OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
Sept. 23 to Sept. 29, 1963
Miraflores Locks ..... 2,143
Gatun Locks'.......... -149
Las Cruces
12 trips ............ 1,345
Reina Manuelita
2 trips ............... 16
Passenger Ships (2) .. 424
GRAND TOTAL ...... 4,077


for a monkey to stowaway? On
a banana boat, of course.
Captain E. Newcomb of the
United Fruit Line's Limon was
having none of this monkey
business. When he found that
the monkey had been smug-
gled aboard his ship at Guaya-
quil, Ecuador, aided and abet-
ted by a member of the crew,
he declared him a stowaway.
A cable to the effect that he
was, discharging 12 passengers
and'one stowaway monkey was
sent to Balboa shortly before
the Limon arrived here from
Guayaquil early this week.
It takes more than a monkey
to upset the boys in the Canal
Zone Customs and Quarantine.
They quietly took charge of
Mr. Monkey and put him up in
a comfortable cage in the small
animal quarantine in Corozal.
Dr. Nathan B. Gale of the
Division of Veterinary Medicine,
looked over the new quarantine
guest and put his stamp of ap-
proval on him. The visitor, he
said, is a full grown capuchin
monkey native to South Amer-
ica. He evidently was someone's
pet and an effort will be made
to trace the owner. If this fails,
the Ecuadorean visitor will be
found a good home in the Canal
Zone, possibly at Summit Gar-
dens.


Fire Prevention


Is Everyone's Job


On a warm Sunday evening in October 1871 a brief lapse of
carefulness spa.ked a fire at a modest mid-west home. It didn't
seem particularly threatening or uncontrollable.
But it was.
Thirty hours later 2,100 acres of Chicago were a blackened,
smouldering waste. More than 200 of its citizens had perished,
100,000 were homeless, almost 17,500 buildings were in ruins.
Direct losses were $168,000,000, the indirect costs incalculable.
To mark the Chicago conflagration, Fire Prevention Week
is observed annually during the week containing October 9, its
anniversary date. A reminder of the needless tragedy and waste
of fire, the observance originated in 1911 as Fire Prevention Day
at the suggestion of the Fire Marshals Association of North Amer-
ica, now a section of the National Fire Protection Association.
Fire Prevention Week was first officially proclaimed in 1922
in the United States.
Its message is this: fires are not deplorable accidents, but
the consequences of neglect and carelessness. And Fire Preven.
tion Week is a time to check defenses against fire in our homes
and places of work, to make sure our personal habits are fire
safe ones.
Remember, fire prevention is your job too.


"BLAST THE ROCKET OFF" is the watchword in the Canal
Zone United Fund 1963 campaign underway in the Cristobal pier
area where the sign shown above is posted on the side of Build-
ing 1020. Thomas J. Burbine (left), Security Commander, and
Sgt. Cary Atkins of the Security Guard Force, Cristobal, are all
smiles because the Security Guard Force has completed 100 per-
cent participation in the United Fund. When all personnel in the
entire pier area turn in the United Fund envelopes, the rocket
will blast off in celebration, the United Fund keymen say.


$ $ $3


S $ $


Canal Reaches



45% Of UF Goal


The 622 men and women of
the Canal organization who are
serving as Bureau Chairman, Div-
ision Chairmen, and Keymen in
the present United Fund appeal
for $140,000 to support the ac-
tivities of 19 participating agen-
cies continued their efforts last
week, as contributions climbed
tokard 50 per cent of the Canal's
$74,000 share of the total goal.
Total contributions from all
agencies reached $30,000 on
Thursday, while pledges and
cash donations started rolling in
at a more rapid clip than during
the first week of the drive. The
campaign is scheduled to run
through November 9.
Last week, the SPILLWAY pub-
lished the names of Bureau Chair-
men, Division Chairmen, and Key-
men in the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau, the Personnel
Bureau, and Central Employment
Office. This week, we are intro-
ducing those in the Marine Bu-
reau.
Peter N. Riley is Bureau Chair-
man for the Marine Bureau. He
is assisted by five Division Chair-
men and 112 Keymen. The Div-
ision Chairmen are Mrs. Ethel
Brown, Office of the Director;
John L., Fischer, Balboa Port
Captain; Mrs. Arden Swisher,
Cristobal Port Captain; Lee Ka-
riger, Locks Division; and B. E.
Davis, Industrial Division. Mr.
Davis is being assisted by E. W.
Brandt.
Keymen for the various units
of the Bureau are as follows: Port
Captain, Balboa Pilots, Capt. F. D.
Saunders; Admeasurers, W. A.
Viollette; Office and Traffic Con-
trol, L. J. Keegan; Signal Stations,
E. H. Ohman; Tugs, Capt. A. J.
Zablocki, Capt. R. Curies, Capt. J.
W. Watson, and Capt. C. W. Mc-
Cormack; Harbormaster, I- S.
Driscoll; Launches, W. B. Simon,
T. C. Francis, J. A. Ramsey, and
C. Z. Smith; Utilities, D O. Pres-
cott; Deckhands, D. E. Stephen-
son, N. Dunkley, B. S. Barriteau,
Ezra Cohen, A. Jimenez, E. Jack-
man, 0. A. Jimenez, A. J. Wil-
liams, C. G. Flynn, and N Gayle.
Port Captain, Cristobal: Pilots,
Capts. D. Garrido, H. Bell, A. L.
Guinn, W. Hopkins, W. Clute, and


J. W. Meeker; Boarding Party,
Mrs. Nellie Whitney; Office and
Traffic Control, Mrs. M. DeRaps
and Sidney Brandford; Signal Sta.
tion, W. N. Arthur; Harbormaster,
James H. Hagan and Robert J.
King; Tugs, Joseph Schock, T. L.
Bailey, W. S. Acheson, V. Guerre-
ro, R. A. Archbold, A. Archbold
and O. J. Bush; Deckhands, J. R.
McLean, K. Wade, A. Hall and
K. Anderson.
Locks Division, Miraflores
Locks: R. C. Meissner, R. M.
Jones, W. C. Keepers, H. A.
Sneckenberger, R W. Abell, D.
W. Broad, H. F. Willenbrock, A.
W. Webb, J. A. Dombrowsky, J.
J Roley, D. P. Hutchison, O. H.
Hendrickson, S A. Neblett, N. S.
Kelly, E. R. Lawrence, E. E. Gar-
nett, A. E Johnson, L A. Rodri.
guez, H. B. Wilson, L N. Hayles,
M. L. Navarrette, F. Rios, L D.
Paddyfoot and C. H. Lewis.
Gatun Locks: Mrs G. B. Hum-
phrey, G. G. Scheibe, F. A. New.
hard, G. S. Asbury, G. G. Thomas,
M T Webster, F. F. Schwartz, J.
Elliott, R. Forsythe, O. Hakan-
son, J. M. Morrison, H. C. Christie,
-A. Rowland, S. A. Brathwaite, J.
.Jimenez, G. Rojas, E. O. Medestin,
S. Delrozario, F. F. Hormechea,
A. Hassock, W. A. Kirton, A.
Goodridge, J. Morales, C. Small
and John Gillard.
Pedro Miguel Locks: G. M.
Lowe, L. J. Eberenz, W. F. Young
B. B. Powell, E. O. Kiernan, G. A
Gibbs, K. L. Middleton, W. S. Mo.
Kee, J.A. Madison, A. J. O'Doan
nell, D. P. Kiley, J. H. Young
Albert Kelly, G. Ortega, K. N.
Sullivan, C. A. Barreto, R.
Reyes, C. W. Brewster, C. '.
St. Hill, G. L. Wilson, R. Re-
driguez, C. David, W. Hall and
P. V. Caballero.
Security Branch, Atlantic Sldi
R. J. Rios; Pacific Side, J.
Slice and W. G. Monroe.
Industrial Division Main Of
fice, N. A. Phillips; Machine Shef
F. H. Zimmerman; Boiler Shoat
R. M. Smith; Plant Maintenani
Henry Heppenheimer; Pipe Sho%
J. W. Urey; Paint Shop, Juas bt
Gonzalez; Wood and Rigger Sho&
William Wirtz, Jr.; Balbo sh
T. W. A. Krzys; Gamboa
Repair Facility KU B_ S


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October 4, 1963


New Houses Ready



In Villa Caceres


The General Manager of the
Caja de Ahorros has announced
that 16 two-bedroom type and 84
three-bedtoom type houses which
have recently been completed in
the Villa Caceres Housing Project
are now available to Panamanian
citizens employed in the Canal
Zone.
Those employees of the Canal
who are interested in obtaining
one of these homes must submit
their applications to the Housing
Offices at Balboa or Cristobal or
to the General Manager of the


Admin Branch

Made Division
The name of the former Ad-
ministrative Branch has been
officially changed to Adminis-
trative Services Division, as
being more descriptive of its
functions, size, and scope of
activities.
The Administrative Services
Division is, in effect, an inde-
pendent unit with operational
responsibilities and activities
comparable in scope to those
of a division.


9


Caja de Ahorros in Panama City
prior to October 15th. Application
forms may be obtained at any of
these offices.
The non-US citizen Pacific Cre-
dit Union has expressed its desire
to be of assistance to Panamanian
employees in obtaining these
homes, and those employees lack-
ing the funds for the down-pay-
ment are urged to call at the
credit unit to inquire whether
they would qualify for a loan to
make this down payment.


Party Planned

For Cunningham
A retirement party for Ro
Cunningham of the Panama Ca
al Accounting Division will
held on Friday night, Novembi
1, at the Fort Amador. Officer
Club. He is retiring after
years' service with the Cap
organization.
A buffet dinner will be follow'
ed by dancing.
Reservations may be made b
telephoning Mrs. Faye Wheele
Balboa-4155 or Balboa-3569, (
James Herblin, Balboa-4155
Balboa-2850.


Exhibits Scheduled



On Fire Hazards

ATLANTIC FIRE DISTRICT
Sunday, October 6th Fire Prevention Parade thru all Atlant
Side communities.
Monday, October 7th Margarita Retail Store and Service Cente
All day.
Tuesday, October 8th (Coco Solo Retail Store............AM on
(Gatun Retail Store................PM on
Wednesday, October 9th (Rainbow City Retail Store........AM on
(Rainbow City Service Center..... PM on
Thursday, October 10th (Margarita Retail Store.........AM onl
(Coco Solo Retail Store...........PM on
Friday, October 11th (Ft. Gulick Post Exchange........AM on
(Ft. Davis Post Exchange........PM on
The display will also cruise through the military posts on this dat
Saturday, October 12th AM only The mobile unit will cover th
residential townsites of Gatun and Ma
garita.
PM only The mobile unit will cover tl
residential townsites of Rainbow City ai
Coco Solo.

PACIFIC FIRE DISTRICT


Monday, October 7th Administration Building,
Balboa Heights
Tuesday, October 8th Balboa Retail Store
Wednesday, October 9th Fort Clayton PX
Thursday, October 10th Diablo Service Center
Paraiso


Friday, October 11th Gamboa
Santa Cruz
Saturday, October 12th Balboa Retail Store


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AM and P
AM and P
AM only
PM only
AM only
PM only
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BEHIND THE SCENES OF 'ROAR LIKE A DOVE' Bruce Quinn and Larry Boutis perform
the carpenter work required in preparing the set for 'Roar Like A Dove,' the English comedy now
in rehearsal at the Theater Guild Playhouse in A ncon. John McTaggert, ruler in hand, who is
handling publicity for the play, was caught by the photographer while his back was turned,
giving an assist to the "carpenter crew." The play. is scheduled for production this month at the
Guild Playhouse. Information about reservations will be announced soon.


Americans, Englishmen Share


Roles In 'Roar Like A Dove'


or The eight major roles in the
or English comedy now in rehear-
sal at the Theatre Guild Play-
house at Ancon will be shared
equally by four Americans and
four Englishmen.
Pacing the boards nightly
until the opening of "Roar Like
A Dove" on Friday, October 11,
will be the American contingent
represented by local favorite
Gene Simpson, and newcomers
Betty Dahlstrom, Roy Glicken-
hans, and Kimmie Kirnan.
Gene Simpson needs little
introduction to Theatre Guild
audiences. G e n e's talent in-
ic eludes directing as well as act-
ing, as evidenced by the recent
highly successful spinechiller
er "Angel Street," for which she
had directorial responsibility.
ly Betty Dahlstrom, who has the
ly leading female role, and Kim-
mie Kirnan both are appearing
ly on stage for the first time.
ly Betty hails from the State of
ly Oregon and has lived in Pan-
ly ama with her husband and two
daughters for the past three
ly years. Kimmie, who is eight
ly years old and an only child,
e. resides with her parents in Pan-
ama. Like the character she
he portrays in the play, she loves
r- to know all about people, places,
and animals. \
he Our British cousins are re-
id presented by some well travel-
led Englishmen in the persons
of Robert Jones who has been
in Panama only eighteen
months and whose last theatric-
al experience was as a student
at Cambridge University, Pat
M Kennett who has worked in
thirty-eight different countries
M and has no previous dramatic
M experience, and Douglas Taylor
who is visiting on the Isthmus
for a few short months. Douglas


M Treasury Branch

Changing Hours

A change in the hours of ser-
vice of the Cashier in the Trea-
sure Branch, Building 287, An-
con, will go into effect on Nov-
ember 1, Comptroller Philip L.
Steers, Jr., has announced.
Effective November 1, the
hours for cashing payroll or
other checks, and for accepting
over-the-counter payment of in-
voices, customer deposits or other
cash transactions will be as fol-
lows:
Daily, except Welnesday of pay
week: 9:30 to 11:45 a.m., and
12:45 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday of pay week: 7:30
to 11:45 a.m., and 12:45 to 3 p.m.
The Treasury Branch office
hours, except for the change in
the hours of service for the cash-
ier, will continue as heretofore:
7:15 to 11:45 a.m., and 12:45 to
S 4:15 p.m.


has acted with two drama
groups in Colombia. Last, but
by no means least, is John
Mayles, a longtime resident of
Panama who is well known to
I s t h m i a n audiences for his
many fine performances.
"Roar Like A Dove," a fast


and witty comedy is .being
directed by V e r a Bomford,
whose varied' theatrical back-
ground included acting direct-
ing, teaching, and dancing.
Information regarding reser-
vations will be announced
shortly.


IN BROWSIN


COLLECTION


By ELEANOR D. BURNHAM
Canal Zone Library
A Kind of Magic by Edna
Ferber continues the author's
autobiography from the point
at which A Peculiar Treasure
left off in 1939. Although writ-
ing has always been her first
love, as demonstrated in this
skillfully written chronicle, she
is enamored with .the. theatre
also. Many of her famous
friends in the entertainment
world appear in these pages -
among them are George S.
Kaufman, Richard Rogers and
Alfred Lunt. Miss Ferber is the
author of Show Boat, So Big/
Cimarron and many other
major works.
The Last Love by Thomas B.
Costain is a novel of Napoleon's
life on St. Helena and his ro-
mance with an English girl on
the island. There are mapy
vivid flashbacks to the more
dramatic periods of Napoleon's
earlier life, plus the exciting
story of the bold escape plot
that nearly freed him from the
island garrison. Although Mr.
Costain has chosen to tell this
story in the, form of a novel,
it is based on fact. He has
made it into a story which will
p 1 e a s e all historical fiction
fans:
Tears are for the Living by
Margaret Banister is a family
saga in the best tradition of
Southern fiction. On her one
hundredth birthday "Miss
Jamie" sits in her wheel chair
by the window dressed in her
best gray silk, and seems to
hear faint echoes and voices of
the past. They become louder
and stronger; the past becomes
the present; and soon the full
story unfolds. It covers the one
hundred years from General
Lee's surrender to the forma-


tion of a New South in a New
World. The author is a native
Virginian and tells this family
story with affection and unders-
tanding.
On Her Majesty's Secret
Service is a James Bond novel
by Ian Fleming. These facts W
would normally be expected to
form an exciting (and familiar)
pattern. This time, however,
there is one change. The
intrigue and excitement are
there, but our famous secret
agent, Mr. Bond, does not act
true to his usual form. He
marries a beautiful blue-eyed
countess. This complicates his
own life, the plot, and the
Fleming formula.
Among recent technical books
is the following: New Patterns
of Management by Rensis Likert
is based on an extensive re-
search ,program conducted by
the Institute for Social Rearch
of the University of Michigan.
This comprehensive r e p o r t
deals with employment at all
levels from company presi-
dents to non-supervisory em-
ployees and reports on studies
involving many types of work -
from research laboratories to
unskilled labor. One of the out-
standing features of this book
is that it includes a proposal
for a management system and
then outlines for -the manager
how to apply the system to his
own company. New Patterns in
Management is intended for
anyone who is seeking solu-
tions to the problems inherent ,
in organizing human resources
and activity and although
designed for business enter-
prises, the material used is
equally applicable to govern-
mnent. Dr. Likert is President
of the Foundation for Research
in Human Behavior.


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I P f L LWAY


Fire Prevention


Questionnaire

Home fire safety is a family responsibility. Every member
f the family should participate to assure the safety of the home.
All school children in the Canal Zone have been requested t6
clip this questionnaire, fill it out with the help of their parents,
and give it to their teacher.
This is a cooperative effort of the Schools with the Canal
Zone Fire Division in the observance of Fire Prevention Week,
October 6-12.
HOUSEKEEPING HAZARDS
YES NO
1.-Do you keep your basement, storerooms and at-
tics free from rubbish, oily rags, old papers,
mattresses, etc.? -
2.-If you use an oil mop, do you keep it in a metal
container or other safe well ventilated place
where it will not catch fire by spontaneous
ignition?-
3.-Do you destroy or safely dispose of oily polish-
ing rags or waste after using?
4.-If you store paint, varnish, etc. are the con-
tainers always kept tightly closed? --
5.-Are clothes, shoes or boxes kept away from
heaters in dry closets?
COOKING HAZARDS
YES NO
1.-Is the cooking equipment kept clean and free
from grease?
2.-Are curtains near stoves and other heating
equipment so arranged as to prevent their
blowing over the burners? -
3.-Are members of your family forbidden to start
fires in barbecue grills with kerosene or other
flammable liquids? -
4.-Is the stove always turned off when there is no
one in the house? -
5.-Do you regulate the flame and properly main-
tain your stove to keep it from smoking? -


SMOKING AND MATCHES


YES NO


1.-Do you keep matches away from heat and away
from children?
2.-Do you extinguish all matches, cigarette and
cigar butts carefully before disposing of them? -
3.-Are all members of your family instructed not
to smoke in bed? -
4.-Are there enough ash trays in the house?
5.-Are ash trays safety style where the cigars or
cigarettes fall in instead of falling out?


ELECTRICAL HAZARDS


1.-Do you permit only reliable electricians to
install or extend your wiring?
2.-Are all of your electrical appliances including
irons, waffle irons, mixers, heaters, lamps, fans,
radios, television sets, and other devices listed
by Underwriters Laboratories or other recogniz-
ed laboratories?
3.-Do all rooms have an adequate number of out-
lets to avoid need for multiple attachment plugs
and long extension cords?
4.-Are all flexible electrical extension and lamp
cords in your house in the open none placed
under rugs, over hooks, thru partitions or door
openings?
5.-Are the proper fuses used in your home's elec-
trical circuits?


EMERGENCIES IN THE HOME


tigers' Clement In Action

ORRIN CLEMENT (right) is
about to be stopped on a rare
occasion by Balboa Bulldogs
Ray Miller (73) and Joe Bre-
mer (53). The action, captured
on film by Frank South of Bal-
boa High School, came in the
second period of the annual
Football Jamboree which was
held last Friday night at Coco
Solo. Clement's fine field
generalship, in which he scored
three of the five CHS touch-
downs, led the Tigers to a
runaway victory in the foot-
bal season opener. Provided
with some fine blocking, Cle-
ment and his teammates rolled
to a 33-6 victory over the Canal
Zone College. BalIboa High
School and the Schools Division
Athletic Club were held score-
less. Below, Clement (12) ;s
shown tossing an aerial during
a Cristobal practice before the
Jamboree. The Tigers will take
on the Athletic Club tonight at
Coco Solo, w h i I e tomorrow
night the Green Wave from Ca-
nal Zone College will match 2
forces w;ih Balboa High School .T '
at Balboa. -


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YES NO


'YES NO


1.-Does every member of the family know how to
report a fire or an emergency? -
2.-Does every member of the family know all the
ways by which they could escape from any
room, day or night, if a fire should occur? -
S3.-When your parents employ baby sitters, are
They instructed carefully on what to do in the
event of fire or an emergency?
4.-If domestic help is employed in your home,
have they been thoroughly instructed on what
to do in case of fire or emergency? -
If your answer to any of these questions is "NO" then you
have a hazard in your home.


Enthusiasm High Entries Mount/


In United Fund Bowling Tourney


Gorgas Gray Ladies

Meet Monday

Morning
Mrs. Kenneth Frederics, Chair-
Iman, Gray Ladies, Gorgas Unit,
announced today the regular
monthly meeting of all Gray La-
dies serving at Gorgas Hospital
is scheduled to begin promptly at
9:30 a.m., Monday, October 7. The
Red Cross Lounge in Section "C"
is the place of the meeting.
Mrs. Reginald Lindo, Vice-Chair-
man, Volunteers, American Red
Cross, Canal Zone Chapter, says
a number of Gray Ladies will be
awarded service bars at the Oct-
ober 7 meeting. The ladies who
will be awarded service bars are:
Mrs. Alvis Carr, Mrs. John Craig,
Mrs. Reginald Lindo, Miss Mavis
Pearson, Mrs. Sampson Reece,
Mrs. John E. Stratmann; Mrs.
John Unverforth, Mrs. Pearl Vas-
sall, and Mrs. Prescott H.. Well-
man.
All Gorgas Gray Ladies, includ-
ing those recently trained, are
cordially invited and urged to at-
tend.


Paraiso Civic


Council Plans

November Vote
The Nominations and Elec-
tions Committee of the Paraiso
Civic Council will meet tonight
for final preparation of the list
of nominees to be placed on
ballots for the election set for
early in Noverber.
Heading the committee meet-
ing tonight is Harold W. Wil-
liams. Members are Mrs.
Maudlin Holder, Leonard Pen-
nycook, Samuel Blenman, Mrs.
Myrt 1 e Gordon, Livingston
White, Alfonso Alexis, Mrs.
Ruth Thomas, Clifton H. Lopez,
and Cecil Gittens.
Residents of Paraiso who are
interested in serving as mem-
bers of the Civic Council, or
those who would like to make
recommendations, are invited
to contact any member of the
committee so that their names
may be included on the ballots.


An enthusiastic response has
been reported in connection
with the 1963 Canal Zone United
Fund Bowl ing Tournament
which will begin October 5 and
6 at nine local bowling centers.
All bowlers are welcome to
compete in thd benefit, for
which $1 will be charged per
person as an entry fee. Top
prize is a round trip flight for
two to Mexico by Super Jet,
and the runner-up team will
win Movado wrist watches.


Awards to be given at each
bowling center include Carta
Vieja rum, perfume and Balboa
Beer.
Winners and runners-up at
each center will be determined
by their three-game total pinfall
plus handicap. In case of a tie
score at any center, a single
game will be rolled to deter-
mine the winner. Ties in other
matches will be broken by
"sudden death" frames.


Last Of New Units


Ale To Be Assigned


The last six of 118 apartments
constructed in Los Rios, Corozal,
Gamboa and Ancon son will be
completed by Lott and Drake
Contractors. This is the final
construction, presently authoriz.
ed.
Four of the six apartments
(Type 357) similar to those in
Los Rios and Corozal were list-
ed on the vacancy bulletin, Wed-


nesday, October 2. Assignment
will be made on Tuesday, Oct-
ober 8th.
All apartments have three bed-
rooms, 11/ bathrooms, large pa-
tio, garage and maids toilet, Rent-
al is $18.40 per week.
The buildings are located on
Chame Street near the intersec-
tion of Frangipani and Ancoa
Boulevard.


Each tea mis to consist of
a male and a female bowler.
Individuals may enter as often
as they wish, and with different
partners.
Entry blanks and detailed
information sheets are avail-
able at all bowling centers.
Quarter finals in this mixed
doubles handicap tournament
will be rolled at the Balboa
Bo wlilng Center at 2 p.m.,
October 12, to be followed by
semi-final rolloffs at 4 p.m.
Finals are scheduled for the
Balboa lanes at 9 p.m. on Oct.
18, with the last hour of the
championship m a t ch to be
televised over SCN.
Secretaries working on the
United Fund tourney are Mrs.
Rita January and Cliff Cardi-
nal, Albrook; Ted Melanson,
Shirley Cavanaugh and Floren-
ce Thompson, Balboa; George
Harvey, Curundu; Master Ser-
geant Claude Tyer, Fort Clay-
ton; Major George Backhurst,
Fort Gulick; Sergeant R. L.
Tisdale, Fort Kobbe; Richard
Soyster and Richard Hogan,
Margarita; and Lieutenant E.
DeLoury, Rodman Naval and
15th Naval District,


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Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


.Octber 4 1963


JOSEPH A. ORVIS, Panama
Canal leader electrician assign-
ed to the Balboa Field Office,
has found that keeping his eyes
open and entering suggestions
that result in improvements in
Canal operations pays off.
His suggestion that future
specifications for t o w n s it e
development contracts provide
for the erection of utility loca-
tion markers is expected to cut
labor costs in locating cable
and pipe ends when the utilities
are connected. There were
smiles all around as Governor
Robert J. Fleming, Jr.. pre-
sented him a check, an Incen-
tive Award certificate, aid. con-
gratulations for a beneficial
suggestion.
Mr. Orvis is interested in
electrical work on the job and
off, and in his off-duty hours
enjoys working with electronics
and radio.
He was born in Ponder, Mis-
souri, and' attended school in
Tulsa, Okla. He has also done
quite a lot of work in home
study courses in subjects relat-
ed to his work.
In February 1941 he came to
the Electrical Division as a
cable splicer and worked on the
Atlantic side of the Isthmus. He
joined the United States Air
Force in September 1942 and
served until May 1945, when he
received an honorable dis-
tharge at Langley Field, Va.


In 1950 he returned to the Ca-
nal Zone and has been with the
Electrical Division ever since.
In April 1956 he was promoted
to foreman, distribution, elec-
trical, and in February 1959
was promoted to leader elec-
trician.
Mr. Orvis became interested
in genealogy when he found a
book on the family history in
which his grandfather was list-
ed as a Civil War soldier. As a
result of research and study he
was able to publish a supple-
ment on the family descendants
during his last trip to the United
States.


Mr. and Mrs. Orvis make
their home at Qtrs. 800-C, Bal-
boa. Mrs. Orvis (Margret E.)
works in the Panama Canal
Construction Division and also
is an Incentive Award winner.
They have three sons: Capt.
Roger A. Orvis, who is with
the Strategic Air Command,
Albany, Ga., Bruce Orvis, a
civil engineering student at
Oklahoma University, and Ri-
chard Orvis, a senior at Bal-
boa High School.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, is their
destination in the United States
when they leave the Isthmus,
and they have a home awaiting
them there.


MRS. MARGRET E. ORVIS,
Accounting Clerk in the Pan.
ama Canal Construction Divi-
sion, is one employee who said
"There MUST be a simpler
...............-- way to do this" and then went
.... ahead and figured one out. Mrs.
Orvis had been making up psay-
ment vouchers for eight years
and decided there is a way to
do the statements at less ex-
pense and in less time. Her
suggestion for simplification of
payment statements brought
her an award of $50, a cer-
tificate, and a sincere "Thank
you"from Canal Zone Governor
Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
Mrs. Orvis was born in a
boomtown coal mining town in
Oklahoma. The town, Coalton,
is now extinct. She grew up in
S Tulsa, Okla., and was married
S0there.
Mrs. Orvis came to the Isth-
mus 13 years ago with her
husband,-Joseph. In 1951 she
went to work for the U. S.
Navy as a classified clerk,
operating the teletype and
handling classified incoming
mail. F o u r years later she
transferred to the Panama Ca-
nal and has been with the Cons-
truction Division ever since.


MAURICE L. McCULLOUGH, Chief, Northern
District, Motor Transportation Division, came to
the Isthmus in 1940 and all his Panama Canal
service has been with this Division. He has
resided and worked on both. sides of the Isthmus
and broke his service with a short tour of duty
in the U. S. Navy.
Mr. McCullough came here from Newark,
Ohio. For approximately four years he worked
in the Ancon repair shop and office of the Motor
Transportation Division, and lived in Diablo.
Upon promotion to Chief, Northern District, he
and his family moved to the Atlantic Side, resid-
ing in Margarita.
Mr. McCullough is President of the Brazos
Brook Golf Club, which indicates his hobby.
Mrs. McCullough holds a position in the
physical education department of the Canal Zone
Division of Schools and is with the Coco Solo
Elementary School.
They have five children. One daughter is
married, lives in the United States, and has a
son. The oldest McCullough bry is serving a
two-year hitch in the U. S. Navy; one boy and
one girl are students in Coco Solo High School;
and the baby daughter of the family is attending
Margarita Elementary School.


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SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

Oct. 11 Friday Football CHS vs. CZC, 7 p.mi. Oct. 18 Friday Football BHS vs.
CHS, 7 p.m. Oct. 18 Friday Football CZC vs. SDAC, 7 p.m. Oct. 18 Friday Girls
Basketball BHS vs. CHS (A & B). Oct. 25 Friday Football CHS vs. SDAC, 7 p.m. Oct.
25.- Friday Girls Basketball CHS vs. BHS (B), 5 p.m. Oct. 25 Friday Girls Basketball
- CHS vs. CZC (A), 6 p.m.


3EOLE IN ThE SPOTLIGHT


11 Days Left


To Switch


Health Plans

If you want to change the
type of health insurance you
now have, the deadline for
getting the proper form
(Health Benefits Registra-
tion Form) into the hands
of the Employee Services
Branch in Building 366, An-
con, is October 15.
The plans available to U.S.
citizens employed by the Ca-
nal are the Government-
wide Service Benefit Plan,
the Government-W i d e In-
demnity Benefit Plan, and
the-Canal Zone Benefit Plan.
All three plans carry the ap.
proval of the Civil Service
Commission under terms of
the Federal Employees
Health Benefits Act of 1959.
Premiums for certain
types of coverage under the
various plans are being
increased, effective early in
November, when Canal Zone
hospital rates are scheduled
to. rise. Brochures describing
the three plans are being
distributed to all employees
eligible for coverage



Coming



Events
October 6-12-Fire Prevention
Week in the Canal Zone.
October 11-Knights of Columbus
Charity Ball at Tivoli Guest
House.
October 13-Knights of Columbus
Open Golf Tournament starts
at Fort Amador.
-October 10-The Rockwell Glee
Club presents "A Toast in Song"
at the Rainbow City- Center.
Admission: 75c. Curtain Time:
8:15 p.m.
October 12-Columbus Day.
October 13-19-International Cre-
dit Union Week on the Isthmus.
October 19-27-Trade fair spon-
sored by the Canal Zone United
Fund to be held in Building 19,
Corozal.


Harrison To Talk

On Trinidad Dam
Col. Matthew C. Harrison,
director of the Panama Canal
Engineering and Construction
Bureau, will speak at a meet-
ing of the P a n a m a Section,
American Society of Civil En-
gineers, at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
the Quarry Heights Officers'
Open Mess.
His subject will be "Some
Design Problems in Connection
with Trinidad Dam."

United States Ambassador to
the United Nations Adlai E.
Stevenson once said "Govern-
ment in a democracy cannot
be stronger or more tough-
minded than its people. It can-
not be more inflexibly com-
mitted to the task than they.
It cannot be wiser than the
people."


SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is an official publication of the
Panama Canal. Balboa Heights.
C. Z. News articles contained in ii
are made available to all interest-
ed news media for whatever use
they may wish to make of them
and may be reprinted without of-
ficial clearance.
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is printed weekly at the Star and
Herald Publishing Co. Panama.
Republic of Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE
Robert I. Fleming. Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended tor publication
in the SPILLWAY should be recelv-
ed in the Panama Canal Press Of-
fice no later than Tuesday after
noon of the week of publication.
Urgent material can be received
and processed lox ue he iame
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mail material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY.
Box M Balboa Heights C. 1.


SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-EBF "U.S.
Constitution"
4:30-Paragon Playhouse
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-News Conference.
Pt 2
7:00-Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS IN
REVIEW
9:00-Armed Forces
Screen Magazine
9:30-Steve Allen
10:30-Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Circle Theater
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-M-agic Land of
-Alakazam
5:30-Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Global Zobel
7:00-I've Got A Secret
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
Show
8:00-Zane Grey Theatre
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Movietime:
"Song of the Open
Road"
10:30-Whats My Line
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FINAL EDITION
5:05--KIDS KLUB
5:30-Accent
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-ARMED FORCES
NEWS
7:15--BIENVENIDO
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Keefe Braselle Show
8:55-SCN NEWS
:00--Special: Vincent
Van Gogh
10:00-Jack Paar
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Danny Thomas
& Dick Van Dyke
WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-American Musical
Theatre
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-AROUND AND
ABOUT
7:15-Newsreel
7:30-Flight
8:00-Perry Come
8:55-SCN NEWS
S:00-Bob Hope Show
9:45--Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
.11:15-Enc: "Vincent
Van Gogh'
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS LIVBS
5:30-Planet Earth
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-SHOWCASE
8:00-Talent Scouts
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Sing Along w/Mtch
10:00-Willy
10:30-Picture This
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--Boots and Saddles
5:30-Harvest
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Bob Newhart
7:30-Hootenanny
8:00-Dean Martin Special
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Price is Right
9:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN BOWLING
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Fri Nine Theater:
"Candles at Nine"
SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Sat Double Feature:
"Song of the Open
Road" and
"Candles at Nine"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00--oey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-US Steel Hour
10:00-Fight of the Week
11:15-Steve Allen


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VOL. II No. 16 VIERNES, Octubre 4, 1963


Semana de Prevenci6n de Incendios Aprenden Primero


Durante un atardecer caliginoso de octubre de 1871 alguien
se distrajo momentaneamente en un modesto hogar del medio-
oeste norteamericano y se prendi6 un fuego. No parecia ame-
nazador ni incontrolable. Pero Io fue
Treinta horas mas tarde, 2.100 acres de la ciudad de Chicago
yacian en cenizas humeantes; mis de 200 habitantes habian per-
dido la vida; 100.000 estaban sin hogar y casi 17.500 edificios eran
meros escombros.
Las p6rdidas directs sumaron $168.000.000; las indirectas son
incalculables.
Para recorder la data de esa hecatombe de Chicago, se ob-
serva anualmente la Semana de Prevenci6n de Incendios durante
aquella en que cayere el 9 de octubre, el luctuoso aniversario.
Se rememora asi una tragedia evadible y los estragos del
fuego. La ocasi6n surgi6 de sugesti6n hecha en 1911 para Dia
de Prevenci6n de Fuego por la Asociaci6n de Jefes de Bomberos
de Norte-Am6rica, que ahora forma parte de la Asociaci6n Na.
cional para la Prevenci6n de Incendios.
La Semana de Prevenci6n de Incendios fue proclamada ofi-
cialmente en Estados Unidos en 1922. Su intenci6n es 6sta: los
incendios no son accidents deplorables pero cosecuencia del des-
cuido y la negligencia. La Semana de Prevenci6n de Incendios
es la ocasi6n indicada para examiner las medidas de prevenci6n,
tanto *n el hogar come en el sitio de trabajo, asi come los hi-
bites personales que podrian ser causales de fuego. Recuerde:
le compete a Ud. estar alerta.


En el A TLANTICO

ITam ben las veran
Unidades' m6viles demostrardn durante la Semana de Pre-
venci6n de Incendios los peligros hogarefios mds corrientes,
presentdndose en los siguientes lugares del sector Atldntico:
Domingo 6:
Desfile de Prevenci6n de Incendios por
todas las comunidades del Atldntico.
Lunes 7:
Almacin y Centro de Servicios de Margarita AM-PM
Martes 8:
Almacdn de Coco Solo AM-Solo
Almacdn de Gatfin PM-Solo
Midrcoles 9:
Almacen de Rainbow City AM-Solo
Centro de Servicios de Rainbow City PM-Solo
Jueves 10:
Almacdn de Margarita AM-Solo
Almacn. de Coco Solo PM-Solo
Viernes 11:
Post Exchange de Fuerte Gulick AM-Solo
Post Exchange de Fuerte Davis PM-solo
(La unidad desfilard tambidn por todos los acandonamien-
tos militares en esta fecha).
Sdbado 12:
Durante horas de la maiiana la unidad m6vil desfilard por
las dreas residenciales de Gatfn y Margarita. Durante
horas de la noche desfilard por dreas residenciales de
Rainbow City y Coco Solo.


Inmigrante dandestino y el Dr. Nathan B. Gale
(Vea relaci6n en la segunda plana.


Ensefan, Despues

La gente se pregunta por qu6
son tan duchos en t6cnicas de
"resucitaci6n" los bombers.
Inicialmente ello se debi6 al
instinto de conservaci6n, ya
que en, ninguna actividad se
sobrecargan tanto el coraz6n y
los pulmones como en comba-
tir conflagraciones, al punto
que, con frecuencia, los bom-
beros son victims de sofoco y
sus compafieros deben star
prestos a atenderlos en esos
trances.
El metodo de "boca-a-boca"
se descubri6 primero en el
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Balti-
more, Maryland ,afios antes de
ser adoptado en la Zona del
Canal.
Debido a tension emotional,
humareda y gases t6xicos, un
incendio es sitio propicio para
ataques al coraz6n, sofocos y
ahogos que-dificultan la respi-
raci6n.
Todos los miembros del Cuer-
po de Bomberos de la Zona del
Canal son adiestrados en mu-
todos de resucitaci6n y duranite
la Semana de Prevenci6n de In-
cendio da'ran demostraciones a
individuos de todas las edades
en *c6mo aplicar el m6todo de
"boca-a-boca" para devolver el
aliento de la vida.

Division de Servicios
Administrativos
Oficialmente ha sido
cambiada la denomina-
ci6n del antiguo Ramo
Administrative que en
adelante tendrA catego-
ria de division en aten-
ci6n a sus funciones, ta-
maio y zona de sus acti-
vidades.
En adelante ese des-
pacho sera conocido co-
mo Division de Servicios
Administrativos.



DAMAS GRISES SE

REUNEN EL LUNES

Mrs. Kenneth Frederics,
quien preside la Cedula de
Gorgas de las Damas Gri-
ses, anunci6 hoy que la reu-
ni6n mensual reglamentaria
de todas las Damas Grises
que prestan servicio en el
hospital Gorgas, empezari
exactamente a las 9:30'de
la mariana del lunes 7 de
octubre, en el sal6n de la
Cruz Roja, Secci6n "C".
Mrs. Reginald Lindo, vi-
ce-presidente de las Volun-
tarias de la Cruz Roja Ame-
ricana, Capitulo de la Zona
Canal, declare que un gru-
po de Damas Grises recibi-
ran barras de servicio en
la reuni6n de octubre. Ellas
son: Mrs. Alvis Carr, Mrs.
John Craig, Mrs. Reginald
Lindo, Mrs. Sampson Reece,
Mrs. John E. Stratmann,
Mrs. John Unverforth, Mrs.
Pearl Vassall; Mrs. Pres-
cott H. Wellman y la seno-
rita Mavis Pearson.
Todas las Damas Grises
quedan cordialmente invi-
tades a l reuni6n.


del 15 de octubre. 1963. Los for-
mularios para la solicitud pue-
den ser obtenidos en los mis-
Smos sitios indicados arriba.
La Uni6n de Cr6dito del Pa-
cifico (para empleados no-nor-
teamericanos) ha manifestado
su deseo de ayudar a los em-
pleados panamefios que deseen
adquirir su casa y quienes no
contaren con el dinero sufi-
ciente para el pago inicial pue-
den comunicarse con la citada
instituci6n crediticia para 1a
averiguaciones correspondim-
tes.


LOB ELEME9TJ1 M- OL EtO N MW
EL O)Cf6EO DEL AIRE,EL 0OMOSTiftr*
VAPORIZADO Y LA
TERMPER=0VRA 02
INRAMA06h, FS CORI
LA SUFM3IEMP
lWIoA ENf JER EL.


UNIDADES MO VILES

Cuadrillas m6viles serdn asignadas por el Cuerpo de. Bom-
beros del sector Pacifico para hacer demostraciones ptblicas
en los sitios fijados enseguida:
Lunes 7: ; i
Edificio de Administraci6n, Balboa Hights AM-PM
Martes 8:
Almacdn de Balboa AM-PM
Midrcoles 9:
PX de Fuerte Clayton AM-PM
Jueves 10:
Centro de Servicios Comunales, Diablo AM-Solo
Centro de Servicios Comunales, Paraiso PM-solo
Viernes 11:
Centro de Servicios Comunales, Gamboa AM-solo
Centro de Servicios Comunales, Santa Cruz PM-Solo
Sdbado 12:
Almacdn de Balboa AM-PM


A QUIENES AYUDA

EL FONDO UNIDO
La meta fijada de $140.000 que se propone allegar los en-
cargados de la campafia para el Fondo Unido se espera que
sea lograda gracias a la generosidad de los contribuyentes.
Las entidades que se beneficiardn con ese dinero son:
Cruz Roja Americana ........ .................. ................... ..............$22.800
Sociedad Americana de Salubridad...................................... 180
Sociedad de Trabajadores Religiosos del Atldntico......... 2.500
Boy Scouts, Concejo de la Z. del C........................................ 21.000
Girl Scouts, Concejo de la Zona del Canal............................ 13.535
Comitd contra el Cdncer, Z. del C......................................... 12.000
Comitd de Personas Incapacitadas..................................... 5.000
Boy Scouts Internacionales.......................................................... 5.200
Girl Scouts, Internacionales........................................... 4.000
Servicio Social Internacional ..................................... ...... 85
Centro Hebreo de Beneficencia, USO................................... 5.600 '
Asociaci6n Nacional de Recreo................................. 83
Ejdrcito de Salvaci6n............................. 14.110
Junta de Recreo Veraniego, Comunidades L. A............. 1.750
Asociaci6n anti-tuberculosa............................................................ 8.200
Servicio Unido de Marinos..................................................... 58
Asociaci6n de Servicio Unidos, Inc........................................... 1.530
YM CA de Balboas............................................................................ 9.000
YM CA de Crist6bal ...................................................................... 9.000



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El Gerente General de la Ca-
ja de Ahorros, ha anunciado
que los empleados panamefios
de la Zona del Canal, pueden
someter sus solicitudes para
cualesquiera de los 16 chalets
de 2 recAmaras o los 83 chalets
de 3 recAmaras recientemente
terminados en Villa CAceres.
Los interesados en obtener
alguno de esos chalets pueden
someter su solicitud por con-
ducto de la Oficina de la Vi-
vienda en Balboa o en Crist6-
bal o directamente en la Caja
de Aborros en PanamA, antes







Wgina DOS SPILL WAY Oct ubre 4 de 1963


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Los monos seran lo que se
quiera -menos bobos-. Por
Sejemplo, tomemos a este mo-
no ecuatoriano: para empezar
es de la familiar de los deno-
minados "monos capuchinos"
y ya eso le dA cierto cachet y
categoria, verdad?
Cuando se le antoj6 viajar,
qu6 hizo ir a una agencia
de viajes? No. Sacar permi-
so para viajar? Tampoco! Pe-
dir su pasaporte y demAs do-
cumentaci6n? Menos!
Simple y sencillamente este
retoz6n mono que no cree en_
la papeleria a que nos some-
temos los humans, abord6 un
barco, como cumple a quien se
propone viajar. Asi, nada mAs!
Y, para obviarse cualesquie-
ra dificultades que pudiesen
surgir con la dieta de abordo,


MONO POLIZONTE EN


NAVE FRUTERA, CLARO


el precavido mono no se em-
barc6 en cualquier barco, asi
como asi. QuB esperanza! An-
tropoide inteligente y de amplia
visual, el monillo guayaquilefio
abord6 un barco bananero. Ello
demostraba su intenci6n y
la gran apetencia de bananas
que se traia.
El capitan E. Newcomb, al
mando del vapor Lim6n, de la
Unifrutera, al enterarse del
mono que subrepticiamente lle-
vaba abordo, cablegrafi6 a las
autoridades portuarias de Bal-
boa, informando que desem-
barcaria 12 pasajeros "y ur
mono polizonte".
Naturalmente que aqui se co-
nocia de "perros policies" pe-
ro nunca se oyera hablar de
"monos polizontes". Eso nofue
6bice para que los chicos de
la Cuarentena estuviesen listo


a encargarse del pasajero su-
brepticio del Lim6n y lo lie-
vasen a una c6moda jaula que
ya le tenian lista en Corozal,
donde el mono aguarda, pacien-
temente, su repatriaci6n.
El antropoide fue examinado
a su llegada por el Dr. Nathan
B. Gale, de la Divisi6n de Ve-
terinaria, quien le di6 su'visto
bueno.
Se trata ,dijo, de un mono ca-
puchino adulto. Evidentemente
se carece, al moment, de pre-
cedente sobre c6mo proceder a
repatriar un mono polizonte y
sin documentaci6n por mas ca-
puchino que fuere.
Por lo visto se trata de un
mono trotamundos y bastante
vagabundo que se ha dispues-
to a conocer el mundo sin de-
sembolsar un centavo..


',Los empleados de' almac6n de Balboa, recientemente agasaj
a tres de sus colegas quienes completaban 20 afios de service
la organizaci6n del Canal de Panama. Se hizo entrega a -
uno de ellos de certificados especiales de felicitaci6n. En la
fica aparecen de izquierda a derecha: Aura Davis, (quien
la presentaci6n a Victor M. Vega, Carmen Richards y Pr
Spencer) Evelyn Hinds, senior Ochoa y Rogelio Quintero, super
tendente.


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cada
gra-
hizo
ince
erin-


CUESTIONARIO SOBRE


PREVENTION DE FUEGOS
La prevenci6n de incendios caseros es responsabilidad de ca-
da miembro de la familiar y a todos toca por parejo vigilar para
prevenir incendios en el hogar.
Se ha pedido a todos los escolares de la Zona del Canal con-
testar el siguiente cuestionario, aun con la ayuda paterna, y de-
volverlo a sus maestros.
Se trata de una cooperaci6n de las escuelas zoneitas con el
Cuerpo de Bomberos de la Zona del Canal, durante la Semana
de Prevenci6n de Incendios que se extiende del 6 al 12 de octubre.
RIESGOS HOGAREAOS:
SI NO
1.-Mantiene el s6tano, desvin y dep6sitos libres de
trapos aceitosos, papel, colchones y trastes vie-
ios? -
S 2.-Si usa un trapo con aceite, lo guard despu6s
en envase seguro de metal o en sitio bien ven-
tilado donde no se prenderia espontgneamente? -
3.-Destruye o bota en lugar adecuado trapos de
limpieza saturados de aceite o grasa, despu6s
de usarlos?- -
4.-Mantiene bien cerrados los envases de pintura
o barniz?
5.-Mantiene alejados del calentador del armario
(closet) zapatos, ropa y cajetas? --


RIESGOS EN LA COCINA


SI


1.-Mantiepe el equipo de cocinar, libre de material
grasosa?
2.-Estan las cortinas aseguradas a fin de que no
floten sobre los quemadores?
3.-Tiene prohibido a la familiar encender las parri-
Ilas con querosin u otro liquid inflamable?
4.-Esta seguro de apagar la estufa antes de salir
de la casa todo el mundo?
S 5.-Mantiene bien regulada la llama en su estufa
para que no eche humo?
FUMAR Y LOS FOSFOROS
SI
1.-Mantiene los f6sforos alejados de las llamas y
de los ninos?
2.-Se asegura de haber extinguido el fuego en f6s-
foros y colillas antes de tirarlos?
3.-Saben todos en casa que no deben fumar en ca-
ma?
4.-Hay suficientes ceniceros en casa?
5.-Sus ceniceros estan hechos en forma de que las
colillas caigan d-ntro y no fuera?
SRIESGOS ELECTRIC,%
SI
1.-Usa s6lo a electricistas competentes para insta-
laciones y conixiones del alambrado?
2.-Sus planchas, tostadoras, mezcladoras, calen-
tadores, lImparas, abinicos, radios, televisores
y otros utencilios el6ctricos aparecen en la list
de Underwriters Laboratories o similar?
3.-Tiene suficientes tomacorrientes en todos los
cuartos para evitar enchufes multiples y cuer-
das demasiado largas?
4.-Las extensions elactricas flexibles y alambres
de las lImparas, estin todas a descubierto -y
no bajo alfombras, sobre ganchos, clavos, a tra-
v6s de mamparas y puertas?
5.-Usa los fusibles adecuados al circuit el6ctrico?
EMERGENCIES HOGARENAS
SI
1.-Saben todos en casa c6mo dar la alarma de
fuego o de emergencia?
2.-Saben todos c6mo escapar de cada cuarto, de
dia o de noche, case de ocurrir un incendio? -
3.-Saben las n i i e r a s ocasionales lo que deben
hacer en caso de fuego o una emergencia? -
4.-Los dom6stices de casa, conocen lo que deben
hacer en case de fuego o emergencia? -
$ cualesqoiera de sus con'es'a:'ones es "NO"
elfonces tiene Ud. un grave riesgo en su hogar.


SESIONA ESTA NOCIIE COMITE


PARA LAS ELECCIONES DEL


CONCEJO CIVICO DE


El Comit6 Electoral y de Pro-
clamaci6n de Candidaturas del
Concejo Civico de Paraiso, ce-'
lebrara reunion esta noche pa-
ra preparaf la lista de candida-


DIPLOMADOS


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La mayor y mas justificada
satisfacci6n embargo el espiri-
tu de dos antiguos estudiantes
de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, Teodoro Daniels y Ri-
chard Williams, por raz6n de
haber recibido su diploma des-
NO pu6s de completar un afio de
studio en escuelas de Estados
Unidos.
Los dos j6venes estuvieron
entire los muchos escolares de
mAs de 50 naciones que resul-
taron agraciados con be c a s
otorgadas por la Ame r i c a n
Field Service despu&s de unos
- exAmenes bastante rigurosos.
La entidad becaria tiene per
finalidad el crear mayor en-
tendimiento y' amistad entire
- pueblos y razas. Sus becados,
- procedentes de todas parties del
mundo, son alojados en hoga-
res americanos y asisten a es-
NO cuelas diseminadas por mAs de
2.000 poblaciones distintas en
- Estados Unidos.
Teodoro, por ejemplo, fue
- matriculado en la Secundaria
de Copley, cerca de Cleveland,
Ohio, donde fue miembro de
la Sociedad Nacional de Honra
(National Honor Society, enti-
dad de grades academicos de
excelencia); qued6 ademis, de


tos que seran puestas en las
papeletas de votaci6n para las
elecciones que han de efectuar-
se a inicios del mes entrante.
Encabeza este Comit6, el se-


EN E. U.A.


segundo en exAmenes comercia-
les realizados en todo el terri-
torio estadounidense; fue par-
lamentario de la escuela, miem-
bro del Concejo Estudiantil,
editor del anuario, y represen-
tante ante el Concejo de Es-
tudiantil de la Asociaci6n de
Ohio, perteneciendo. tambien,
al Coro.


PARAISO
ior Harold W. Williams, inte-
grAndolo, ademAs: Mrs. Maud-
lin Holder, Leonard Pennycook,
Samuel Blenman, Mrs. Myrtle
Gordon, Livingston White, Al-
fonso Alexis, Mrs. Ruth Tho-
mas, Clifton H. L6pez y Cecil
Gittens.
Los residents de Paraiso que
tuviesen interns en servir como
concejales, o quienes quisiesen
sugerir candidates u otras re-
comendaciones deben comuni-
carse con algfin miembro del
Comit6.

Sobre Represa Trinidad
Hablari el Col. Harrison
El Coronel Matthew C.
Harrison, director de la Di-
visi6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n del Canal 'de Pana-
ma, hablari en la reuni6n
del Capitulo de Panama de
la Sociedad Americana de
Ingenieros Civiles que ha de
celebrarse el lunes a las 7:30
de la noche en el club de
Oficiales de Querry Heights.
La platica del Coronel Ha-
rrison, versara sobre "Algu-
nos Problemas de Diseio
Relacionados con la Repre-
sa Trinidad".

Richard, por su parte, pas6
un afio en la Secundaria Ale-
xander Ramsey ,en St. Paul,
Minnesota, siendo igualmente
miembro de la Sociedad Na-
cional de Honra, vice-presiden-
te del Coro y representante de
su escuela en la competencia
Musical Estatal-Regional, cele-
brada en la Universidad de
Minnesota.
Ambos j6venes manifestaron
su alto aprecio por el'adiestra-
miento recibido en la escuela
Intermedia-Secundaria de Pa-
raiso que los prepare acad6mi-
camente. Ahora contemplan in-
gresar a la Universidad de Pa-
nama o a la de la Zona del Ca-
nal.


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'? PROGRAMA SOLO PARA


i ^ VVENCEDORES EN COLON


S6lo pigiles que se han im-
puesto a sus adversaries en sus
iltimos combates en tinglados
del Istmo, participarAn en la
carta que para el domingo 6 de
de los corrientes sera presen-
tada en la Arena de Col6n.
La repartici6n de pufietazos
empezara puntualmente a las
ocho y treinta de la noche, en-
frentAndose en el cuadrilAtero
los siguientes trompadachines:
Julio Davis vs. Jorge Quir6s
112 lbs.


Vicente Ortiz vs.
Alfonso Hurtado
112 lbs.
Elpidio G6~dola vs.
Juan G6ndola
119 lbs.
Victor Hoyt vs.
Daniel Hernadez
119 lbs.
Alberto Brand vs.
Vernal Farmun
126 lbs.-.


EL BALONCESTO ESTA

QUE DA EL PALO!...

El siguiente es el calendario de partidos de la Liga Escolar
de baloncesto que se jugarin durante el present mes:
Oct. 11 viernes Rainbow City vs. Paraiso, 7 p.m.
Oct. 16 miercoles Rainbow City vs. Paraiso, 5 p.m.
Oct. 18 viernes Paraiso vs. Rainbow City, 7 p.m.
Oct. 23 mi6rcoles Paraiso vs. Santa Cruz, 7 p.nm.
Oct. 25 viernes Paraiso vs. Rainbow City, 7 p.m.


latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, qued6 cerrado con el ci sico "broche de oro" el pasado
viernes, con un suntuoso program especial que se desarroll6 en el gimnasio de la Escuela Inter-
media de Santa Cruz. En la grafica superior vemos a la director del program, profesora ISO-
LYN MORRISON, maestra de esa escuela, dirigiendo el Coro Infantil que mereci6 estruendosos
aplausos. En la otra vista aparecen nifios que representaban diversas species del reino animal y
que se revelaron como actors natos, deleitando a la concurrencia con la forma como imitaban
a los animalitos.


Seran NMafana En Paraiso


Las Pruebas Para "Tritones"


El SAbado 5 de octubre
de 1963, se llevarA a cabo
en la piscina de Paraiso
la competencia de nata-
ci6n con el fin de escoger\
los tritones que han de
representar a las Escue-
las Latinoamericanas en
la competencia de nata-
ci6n que se ha de efec-
tuar en la Piscina Olim-
pica de Panama el dia 12
de octubre a las 2:00 p.m.


Los nadadores q' comn-
petirAn el, dia sabado 5,
a las 9:00 a.m. pertene-
cen a las Escuelas de Pa-
raiso, Rainbow City y San-
ta Cruz, los cuales se han
venido entrenando bajo
la hAbil direcci6n de los
Profesores Abrego, Ber-
nal, Guardia y Brown, los
los cuales se encuentran
optimistas de la actuaci6n


de sus pupilos y esperan
darin la gran batalla a los
nadadores capitalinos, co-
lonenses y chiricanos.
En esta forma cumpli-
ra el deported h6medo de
las Escuelas Latinoameri-
canas con la gentil invi-
taci6n por la Comisi6n
Nacional de Nataci6n,
Clafados y Water-Polo de
la Rep. de Panama.


Pelotero


Grandes


Largo es el-anecdotario so-
bre Dizzy y Daffy Dean los pe-
loteros hermanos y rivals
que fueron la sensaci6n de su
6poca tanto en los diamantes
norteamericanos como en las
sobremesas de today America.
-oOo--
La originalidad y, aveces has.
ta genialidad, fue el distintivo
de Dizzy; lo que logr6 sacarlo
del anonimato y circundarlo
con el Burea de popular admi-
raci6n de que siempre goz6 el
ex-BUCHI de Akansas.
-oOo-
Cudntase que en cierta oca-
si6n tocaba a los hermanos
lanzar en un double partido que
sostendria ese dia el St. Louis.
Dizzy lanz6 durante el primer
juego y lo hizo en forma casi
perfect, permitiendo un s6lo
sencillo, creo que en la octava
o novena entrada.
-oOo--
Llegado su turno en el se-
gundo partido, su h e r m an o
Daffy entr6 a los Portales de
la Fama con un "no-hit, no-
run". Cuando se encontraron en
el camerino done se mudan
de ropa, Dizzy le reclam6 a su


Amateur


Ligas


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hermano: "Aj6...,por qu6 no
me dijiste que ibas a hacer eso?
Yo habria entonces hecho e
mismo....!"
-oOo-
En sus programs radiales
perifoneando juegos de pelota,
Dizzy hacia disgresiones para
narrar an6cdotas durante mo-
mentos aburridos del partido.
Una vez cont6 que muy de ni-
iio, viajando con sus padres, se
habia extraviado y no volvi6
a encontrarse con la familiar
sino nueve afiosdespues, sien-
do reprehdido por Ulegar tarde
a la hora de ]a cena.
-oOo--
Alega Dizzy que la forma co-
mo volvi6 a unirse con los su-
yos fue al leer de un pelotero
"Daffy Dean" que lanzaba pa-
ra una novena de liga menor.
"Pens4 que a lo meior podria
ser mi hermano Daffy, ya que
tenian el jnismo nombre. El
caso es que fui a Houston para
averiguar y efectivamente era
mi hermano!... Ustedes no
creeran mi asombro cuando me
entered de que le pagaban nada
menos que la fortune de 50 le-
chugas a la semana por lan-
zar!"



Bocas



1 Ano


.Al iniciarse el afio en curso Ivan Morrel lucia el uniform de la
novena representative de Bocas del Toro en la liga panamefia ama-
teur que se celebraba en Col6n.
QuizAs nunca sofiara entonces en que muy antes de cerrarse el
afio le sucederian cosas asombrosas; que en forma vertiginosa pasaria
de un equipo provinciano de aficionados a la pelota en un pais peque
tio, a jugador professional y nada menos que en las Grandes Ligas de
los Estados Unidos.
Pero ,eso fue lo que le sucedi6 al mozalbete de solo 18 ailos
de edad cuando un scout del equipo pelotero Houston admire sus 198
libras armoniosamente distribuidas en un cuerpo de 6 pies 3 pulgadas
de alto y decidi6 firmarlo.


La transici6n se efectu6 jugando Morrel en la novena Moultrie,
de la liga Georgia-Florida (Clase A) donde se comport6 con tanta des-
treza que fue pasado rApidamente a los Colts de Houston, equipo que
participa en la Liga Nacional.
La posici6n que juega Ivan -jardinero central- es de gran
responsabilidad y denuncia la confianza que en el han depositado los
capitanes de la novena tejana, quienes han decidido dejarlo en esa po
sici6n durante la temporada venidera.
El sensational novato panamefio podri ser visto en los diaman
tes istmefios pr6ximamente al celebrarse la temporada de pelota pro-
fesional panamefia en la que Morrel jugara.


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SPILLWAY


Pigim OIATRO


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
12:00-Peleas quo hicieron
historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Cine en su Casa
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Generaci6n
5:15-El Mundo al
Instant
5:45-Programa Especial
8:30--itazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-Un Paso al Mas
AlIl
9:30-Rodeo
10:30-Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartone.
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cina Serfe Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avance
2:15-Reportao.e
Mundialem
S:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la MuJer
5:45-Fiesta de Esreolitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Ajedre Fatal
9:00-Foro do Opini6n
10:00-Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
1200--Carnaval do
Cartgnes
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15--Rportaeis
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
S:00-Mundo do la Muoer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biograffa
8:00-Fred Astaire
Present
9:00-Imperlo del O1ste
10:00-Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30--E Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45--Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dibujos Animados
6:30-Notlcias
7:00-Bugga Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Alaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Robert Taylor
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticia.
10:15-Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Cdmara
2:00-Avances
tl5--Reportajes
Mundialos
3:00-Toleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones"
B:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
s:00-Popeye
6:30-Noflcias
7:00--Extrafo Mundo del
Pantano
7:30--Show Internaconal
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-El Hombre do la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15--Reportalje
Mundiales
SOO-Toleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartonea
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
S7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
9:00-El Fabricante de
Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30--Tleteatro
3:00-Avances
3:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Muter
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
S:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combat
8:00--Ben Casey
:00--Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


-TA


CANAL 4
DOMINGO

10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Lecrerc
11:00--Slvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-Hazafias del Espacio
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
3:30-Pelicula
5:30-Alegrias Infantiles
6:00-Furia
6:30-Coro no
7:00--Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientei
9:00-Encrucilada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
Sl:30-Alegria. Infantiler
12:15-Los Bucaneros
12.45-Noticias
l:0%-o orrousol Hipico
1:10--Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina:en T.V.
5:00-Tres Carao do Mujer
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre on e1
Espacio
6:30-Ley del Rev6veor
700-Noticias
7:30-Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-La Actris
9:00--El Caminant
9:30-Ruta 66
MARTES
11:3O-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Randall El lusticiero
'12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45--uenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Carac de Muter
5:30-Tileres y Comicas
6:00El Hombre on el
Espacio
6:30-Yogi Bear
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-La Actris
9:00-El Caminanto
9:30-Los Defensoros
10:00-Programa Especial
10:30-Noticias
MIERCOLES

11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Diario do a Bordo
12:45--Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Titorel y C6mlca
6:00-El Hombre on el
9Espacdo
6:30-Ivanhoo
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Cancionee
8:30-La Actris
9:00El Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
JUEVES
S1:30-Alegrias Infantile*
12:15--Rv6lver a la
Orden
12:45-Noticias
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 do MulNe
5:30-Titores y C6micas
co00-El Hombre on el
/ Espacio
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Notician
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30-La Actris
9:00-El Caminantc
9:30-Dick Powell Show
VIERNES
t1:30-Noticias
11:30-Alogria Infanitiloe
12:15-La Legi6n
Extranjera
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
,4:00--Documental
4:30--Codina on T.V.
5:00-Tros Cara% de Muter
5:30-Titeres y C6mical
6:00-El Hombre en *1
Espacio
8:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Actris
9:00-El Caminanit
9:30-La Era Siniestra
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-Noticias
SABADO
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
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-Tres Carat do Mujor
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre on el
Espacio
6:30-Inyestigador
Submarine
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Pelicula
11:00-FINAL EDITION


FRANK THOMPSON, mensajero al servicio
del Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., es una figure muy popular y co-
nocida en el Edificio Administrative en Balboa
Heights, en donde presta servicios desde 1944.
Thompson ingres6 a la organizaci6n del Canal
de Panama en 1940 con la Divisi6n Municipal,'
en la cual trabajaba como cadenero. En 1943
pas6 a la Cantera del Cerro Sosa, como verifi-
cador y al afio siguiente entraba a trabajar co-
mo mensaiero en el Edificio Administrative.


"F ELICITAC I N E S,
HILTON!", express cordialmen-
te el Gerente General interino
de la Divisi6n de Abastos del
Canal de Panama, J. O. Des-
Londes, al ver el certificado de
jubilaci6n y las Llaves de las
Esclusas, recibidas por su su-
balterno, Hilton D. Perkins, de
manos del Gobernador Robert
J. Fleming, Jr. al completar
casi medio siqlo de servicios.
Perkins ingreso a la empresa
canalera el 31 de octubre de
1913, trabajando en lo que a la
saz6n era la Divisi6n de Cons-
trucci6n. Transferido al Ramo
de Acueducto y Laboratorios,
pas6 despuss a la Divisi6n de
Electricidad, hasta el mes de
julio de 1916 cuando ingres6 a
la Secci6n de Almacenaje, en
la que permaneci6 hasta su ju-
bilaci6n voluntaria despu6s de
49 aiios, 6 meses y 19 dias de
servicio. Sus compaiieros de
trabajo le ofrecieron una cor-
dial fiesta de despedida, entre-
gdndole un recuerdo de su afec-
to.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA

Esclusas de
Miraflores ........... 2.143
Esclusas de Gat6n .... 149
Las Cruces,
12 viajes ............ 1.345
Reina Manuelita,
2 viajes ............ 16
2 barcos de pasajeros 424

GRAN TOTAL ....... 4.071

Informaci6n suministrada
por el Servicio de Guias.


Existen mns de 12.800 biblio-
tecas en Estados Unidos. De
esas mis de 10.000 son pdblicas
y gratuitas y prestan arriba de
400 millones de volimenes al
afo. La Biblioteca del Congre-
so, en Washington, es la ma-
yor y una de las mas grandes
del mundo.




SPILLWAY




Publcacl6n ofdcal del Canal do
Panam&a impresa somanalmento en
los talleros de "La Estrolla do Pa-
nam on la cludad do Panam&,
Republica do Panama. S mautorl-
sa la reproduccl6n ya fuere herball
o escrita, de oualquler r6nlca o
noticia aqui aparocida, sin nMcel-
dad do solicitud *xpresa.

GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert I. Fleming, Jr.

Vicegobernador
David S. Parker
JeIe do la Oficlna de lnformaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informacibn quo so dosears
publicar on 1I SPILLWAY debe sor
recibida on la oficina de*I 1** do
Prensa a m6s tardar ol martes on
ta tarde para La tpr6xima dicl6n.
Informaci6n do caracter urgonte po-
dria ser entregada *1 mircoles y
hasta *I oeves antes del mediodia.

Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
NAMA CANAL, SPILLWAY, Apar-
tado M, Balboa, Zona del Canal.


Recientemente recibi6 de manos del Gober-
nador Fleming, un certificado y un cheque por
$15 en el Programa de Premios por Incentiva,
por haber sugerido la colocaci6n de un letrero
de dos caras en la puerta del Sal6n de Confe.
rencias en'el Edificio Administrative, para in.
dicar cuando el sal6n esti o no ocupado, con lo
cual se espera que reduzcan las interrupciones
en dicho sal6n y mejoren las condiciones de tra-
bajo.
Thompson, quien nacio en la ciudad de Pa-
nama, reside en Pedro Miguel; es casado y no
tiene hijos.
A partir de 1961 entro al servicio del Gober-
nador Fleming como mensajero, trabajo que d-:
sempenia a satisfaccion de su superior.
Durante su servicio con- la organization del
Canal de Panama, ha recibido botories por 10 y -.
20 aros de servicio. ,
Thompson es ademas ministry religioso de
la Iglesia Superet Luz que esti situada en Calle
17, Rio Abajo, ciudad de Panama, y cuya seds
principal esta en Los Angeles, California.
Durante sus rates de ocio se dedica a la p a-
naderia, especialmente los Viernes Santos cuan-
do hace panes.
Le encantan los deportes, especialmente el
beisbol.


CALENIJARIH DE EVENTS
OCTUBRE

4- Exhibici6n de tapices realizados por los estudiantes
de la Facultad de Arquitectura de la Universidad de
Panama. Lugar: M. P. Unido. Hora: 8 p.m. Clausura:
16 de Octubre.
4- CINE-CLUB. Se proyectara la pelicula "Gervaise" di-
rigida por RenB Clement y protagonizada por Maria
Schell. Lugar: M. P. Unido. Hora: 8 p.m.
6 12 Semana de Prevension de Incendios en la Zona del Ca-
nal.

10 Aniversario de la proclamaci6n de la Repdblica de
China.


11 -


12 -

13 -


Baile de Caridad de los Caballeros de Col6n; en la Casa
de Huespedes Tivoli.

Dia de la Raza (Feriado en Panama).

Torneo de Golf auspiciado por los Caballeros de Col6n,
en la cancha de Fuerte Amador.


13 19 Semana de las Asociaciones de Crddito.

18 Conferencia dictada por el senior FMlix FernAndez Shaw,
Secretario de la Embajada de Espafia, sobre el arqui-
tecto espafiol Antonio Gaudi con proyecci6n de pelicula.
Lugar: Auditorio Jose D. Moscote Universidad de -
PanamA. Hora: 8:30 p.m.

19 27 Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido.
Inmueble 19, Corozal.

21- Procesi6n del Cristo Negro de Portobelo, una de las
mds tipicas y afamadas del Istmo.
La sexta y ultima funci6n que presentard la Asociaci6n de
Concertos, tendra lugar el dia 21 de Octubre a las 8:45 p.m.
en el Teatro Bellavista, y en esta oportunidad la sefora
Nellie Hirsch de Ingram, ofrecerA un recital de piano.

22 Inauguraci6n de la exposici6n de cuadros del pintor co-
lombiano ENRIQUE GRAU. Lugar: M. P. Unido, Ho-
ra: 8 p.m. Clausura: 2 de Noviembre.

30 Se proyectarAn las siguientes peliculas culturales faci-
tadas por la USIS.
"Arte en el Hemisferio Occidental".
"Pintura Abstracta".
"Cromolitografia como medio artistica.
Lugar: M. P. Unido. Hora: 8 p.m.

OCTUBRE
CINE-INFANTIL: Todas las peliculas que se presentarin
en el mes de Octubre seran de Walt
Disney.
Domingo 6 Secuestrado (Kidnapped).
Domingo 13 Una Lux en el Bosque (Light in the Forest).
Domingo 20 El Jaguar de las Amazonas (Jungle Cat).
Domingo 27 El Pescador de Galilea (The Big Fisherman).
Lugar: Teatro Bellavista. Hora: 10 a.m.
Precio: B/.0.25 tanto para adults come pa-
re nlios.


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