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: October 11, 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 )
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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: VID00428
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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The complicated business of
* moving the Panama Canal
Printing Plant, lock stock and
barrel, from Mount Hope to La
Boca, started last week and
will continue for the next six
or seven weeks.
But business will continue as
usual or almost as usual.
As Panama Railroad freight
cars loaded with printing equip-
ment move from Mount Hope
to La Boca, the printing plant


will continue to operate.
One of the first big pieces of
equipment to be brought from
the Atlantic side was a new
offset camera which was
uncrated and set up for use at
the end of last week. The
plant's one linotype came to
the Pacific side Friday in hun-
dreds of separate parts and was
reassembled by plant person-
nel over the weekend. It was
in operation on regular print-


EASY DOES IT A/Maintenance Division crane hoists a hefty
bindery machine from a Panama Railroad flat car drawn up
beside the new Panama Canal Printing Plant headquarters in La
Boca.


ing jobs Monday.
Other equipment already
moved includes four offset pres-
ses and the composing and
duplicating machinery.
The second phase of the three
phase move is due to start at
the end of this month. It will
take in the transfer of most of
the other presses used for
various types and sizes of work
and bindery equipment. The
final phase will be carried out
in November and is scheduled
to be completed by December
1.
Overseeing the move, which
involves the transfer of hun-
dreds of pieces of equipment
and the relocation of 61 em-
proyees, are John B. Coffey,
Printing Plant Superintendent,
and W. R. Price, Printing Plant
foreman.
This is not the first time the
Panama Canal Printing Plant
has been moved to a new loca-
tion.' According to an Isthmian
Canal Commission report of
1908, the original Printing Plant
was started during construction
days in Panama City and was
located on Cathedral Plaza in
the building now occupied by
the Panama Post Office.
Later the plant was moved
to the construction-era town
of Gorgona. There it remained
for several years before being
transferred to the Atlantic side
to merge with a small ticket
shop operated by the Panama
Railroad in the former Colon
Station. The plant was moved
to the Mount Hope location in
1929.
Authorized by the Joint Com-
mittee on Printing of the Con-
gress of the United States, the
Printing Plant is an official
U.S. Government unit which
supplies the Canal organization
with various types of printing.
It is operated as a unit of the
Administrative Services Divi-
sion headed by H.I. Perantie.
The new headquarters in La
Boca is the former La Boca
Retail Store, converted to a
printing plant at a cost of
$142,000. In addition to the
architectural changes, the
building was painted and com-
pletely air conditioned.


Canal Tops Two-Thirds'




Of United Fund Goal


Gifof the Panama
if


Pipwinting PI mt Move


To Lat Boc. Started


The fall term of the Canal
Zone program of Florida State
University will start October
28 on both the Atlantic and
Pacific sides of the Isthbmus,
and will continue through De-
cember 20.
The eight-week courses on
the Pacific side will be held in


4 fays Left

To Switch

Health Plan
You have until Tuesday to
complete a Health Benefits
Registration Form if you
want' to change the type of
hospitalization insurance you
now have. And not only must
the form be completed, it
must be in the hands of the
Employee Services Branch,
Building 366, Ancorl, before
the close of business on
Tuesday, October 15.
There are three Civil Serv-
ice Commission approved
plans available to U. S. citi-
zens employed by the Ca-
nal. They are the Govern-
ment-wide Service Benefit
Plan, the Government-wide
Indemnity Benefit Plan and
the Canal Zone Benefit Plan.
If you do not wish to change
to a different plan you have
no problem: simply do noth-
ing and the plan you now
have will be continued.


Building 95 at Fort Clayton,
while those on the Atlantic side
will be in Building 32 at Fort
Davis. All classes will be held
between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m.
Registration for the Pacific
side classes will be held in
Building 95 at Fort Clayton
October 21 to October 25 during
regular office hours, except on
the final day, when the office
will close at noon. Registration
also will be held at the same
place from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on
Wednesday and Thursday, Oc-
tober 23 and 24.
The Atlantic side registration
schedule is the same as that
for the Pacific side, except that
the office will be open only one
evening, Thursday, October 24.
The Atlantic side registration
will be held in Building 32,
Fort Davis.
Any person having a high
school diploma or an equivalen-
cy certificate may apply for
admission. The cost is $15 per
semester hour, plus books. On
first enrollment only there also
is a registration fee of $5.
Courses to be offered on the-
Pacific side are Elementary
Spanish, Written Communica-
tion, Fundamentals of Speech,
Chemistry for General Educa-
tion, P 1 ane Trigonometry,
Western Civilization, Second
Year Spanish, Business and
Economic Statistics, Industrial
Relations, Abnormal Psycholo-
gy, History of Education in the
United States, and China.
Atlantic side courses are
Basic Mathematics, Western
Civilization, Study of Politics,
Spanish Literature, and Con-
cepts of Business Management.


The Panama Canal has
passed the two-thirds point
toward its United Fund


Trade Fair

Opening

Next Week
The United Fund Trade
Fair will open at 1 p.m.,
Saturday, October 19, in
Building 19 at Corozal. Fol-
lowing the practice of for-
mer years, the ribbon-cut-
ting officially launching the
fair will be at 7 ;.m. that
evening, with Lt. Gov. David
S. Parker and Panama
Chamber of Commerce Pre-
sident Guillermo Ford of-
ficiating.
A number of surprise at-
tractions have been added to
the fair this year, including
a Dodgem ride and special
activities for adults. A num-
ber of prizes have been
donated by Panama mer-
chants and will be awarded-
on the basis of a drawing to
be held the final night of
the fair, October 27.
Alba Hutchings will be
manager of the Trade Fair
during its eight days of
operation. Bart Elich and
William De La Mater have
been in charge of planning
and arrangements.


1964 goal.
The goal is $74,800. Al-
ready received in cash and
payroll deduction authoriza-
tions is $50,328, which is
67.3 per cent of the Canal
target.
Keymen are expected to
be busy working toward
collection of the final third
of the Canal share in the
financing of 19 worthwhile
community organizations.
T h e r e is considerable
disparity among Panama
Canal units.
Leading is the Personnel
Bureau which has achieved
115 per cent of its financial
goal. Following are the Of-
fice of the Governor, with
91 per cent and the Office
of the Comptroller, with
nearly 87 per cent.
I The Civil Affairs Bureau
has reached 74 per ceqt of
goal, the Engineering and
Construction Bureau 71 per
cent, the Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau 70
per cent and the Transpor-
tation and Termninals
Bureau 62 per cent.
Sharing the cellar posi-
tions are the Health


Bureau, with 42 per cent of
financial goal and the Ma-
rine Bureau with 40 per
cent of its dollar goal reach-
ed. These are both big or-
ganizations and it is expect-
ed they will be reporting
considerable gains soon.


Chinese Art

Show Opening

October 17
The National Museum of
Panama has invited the
general public to the open-
ing of an exhibition of 70
Chinese paintings on Thurs-
day, Oct. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
The exhibition is sponsored
by UNESCO and will be on
display for several weeks
during regular museum
hours.
The Museum on Cuba
Avenue at 30th Street, Pan-
ama City, is open from
Monday through Saturdays
from 9 a.m. until noon and
from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.
It is also open from 1 p.m.
until 5 p.m. on Sundays,
but is closed on Mondays
and national holidays.
There is no admission
charge.


"rift .' .


'ROAR LIKE A DOVE' Mrs. Betty Dahlstrom of Panama City talks
to Kimmle Kirnan, who plays her eight-year old daughter In the Little
Theater comedy "Roar Like A Dove," during a rehearsal session. The
show is to open In the Ancon Little Theater on October 18. Mrs.
Dahlstrom has the leading lady role of Lady Emma Dungavel, while
Kimmie plays the role of June, eldest of the six daughters of Lord
and Lady Dungavel. Reservations for the play can be made by
calling Balboa 3786 between 7 and 10 p~m. starting Monday, October Ka


I


PILLWAY


VOL. II No. 17 FRIDAY, October 11, 1963



FSU Registration



Opening October 21








SPILLWAY


'October 11, 1963


Continuing the introduction of
Bureau Chairmen, Division
Chairmen, and Keymen work-
ing on the current Canal Zone
United Fund appeal in the Ca-
nal organization, following is
the list of those in the Supply
and Community Service Bureau.
Mary N. Orr is Bureau Chair-
man. She is assisted by six
Division Chairmen and 140 Key-
men, the largest number work-
ing on the drive in any of the
Canal units.
Division Chairman in the Of-
fice of the Director is Marilyn
B. Gayer. Gerald H. Halsall
heads up the drive in the Com-
munity Services Division, in
which Keymen are as follows:
Pacific Side Housing, Clev-
eland Johnson, Fitz N. Barton,
James E. Lord, Reube S.
Eversley, Sylvester Smart, Hil-
ton Goodridge, Livingston White
and Reginald Guillete. Atlantic
Side Housing, Vivian Corn,
Deschamp C. Sablo and Ovid
A. Laurie.
Pacific Side Grounds Main-
tenance, Charles Alexander,
Egbert M. Best, Charles C.
Mayers, Daniel Byfield, Cor-
nelius E. Books, Edson B.
James, Alexander A. Holder,
Lionel E. McLean, Dudley G.
Jones, Norman A. Blades, Al-
bert Watson, Samuel Alexan-
der, Joclyn C. Byrnes, Concep-
cion Barrios and Darrington A.,
Moss. Atlantic Side Grounds
Maintenance, Audra C. Dougan,
Jose A. Arias, Norman A. Bon-
nick, Gilbert E. Manning, F.
R. Scantlebury, S t a n I e y V.
Waterman, James S. Raymond
and Walter E. Clarke.
Norma E. Hamilton is serv-
ing as Division Chairman in the
General Manager's Office of
the Supply Division, while Nor-
man B. Davison is Division
Chairman in the Retail Store
Branch, Clarence W. Kilbey is
and James 0. DesLondes is
Division Chairman in the Store-
house Branch. Division Chair-
man in the Service Center
Branch, Keymen working with
Mrs. Hamilton are Herbert N.
Whittaker and Henry G. Fer-
gus.
Keymen working with Mr.
Davidson are: Ancon Laundry,
C. E. Scantlebury, Evelyn E.
St. Hilaire and Ruben N. Pad-
more; Balboa Delivery Service,
Oscar S. Butler; Balboa House-
wares Store, Albert A. Roach;
Balboa Retail Store, Marcus A.
Grannum, Peter Neblett, Mag-
dalena L. Pierre, Cynthia Kell-
man and Lina Davis; Coco Solo
Retail Store, Conrad A.
Walrond, Carlos A. Smith and
Clifford L. Barton; Gatun Retail
Store, Bernard R. Regis; Mar-
garita Retail Store, Doris Da-
niels; Mindi Dairy Farm, Her-
man N. Watson; Mount Hope
Barkery, C. Leroy Cockburn.
Balboa Shoe Store, Wilfred C.
Adams; Corozal Cold Storage,


A weeklong observance to
mark the services of Credit
Unions to their members and
communities will start Sunday
in the Canal Zone and continue
through Saturday, October 19.
The Federal Credit Unions of
the Latin American communi-
ties in the Canal Zone are
planning a series of special
activities for the week. Gover-
nor Robert J. Fleming, Jr., has
proclaimed October 17 as Credit
Union Day and urged all resi-
dents of the Zone "to give fit-
ting recognition at this time to
the many benefits brought to
them through Credit Unions."
President Kennedy also has
taken note of the role which
credit unions have played in a
growing economy and extended
congratulations to them as they
celebrate International Credit
Union Day.
In a statement issued at the
White House, President Ken-
nedy said:


Preston W. McBarnette and Ri-
chard Ford; Gamboa Retail
Store, G a r n e 1 W. Campbell,
Clebert E. Sainten and Edward
L. Inniss; Paraiso Retail Store,
Patna L. Brown and Seabert
Haynes; Mount Hope Milk
Plant, Enid H. Henry and Ed-
ward W. Howell; Mount Hope
Warehouse Area, Arthur L.
Dale, Felix E. Blandford,
Michael Barnett, E r v in D.
Hicks and Harry A. Dockery;
Rainbow City R e t a i Store,
Ivan V. Butler and Arthur J.
Myke..
Keymen working with Mr.
Kilbey in the Service Center
Branch are: Balboa Bowling
Center, Luis E. Ceballo 1.; Bal-
boa Service Center, Vilma D.
Martens, Carmen L. Hassocks,
Beatrice L. Douglas, Ruth E.
Trotman, David R. Bradshaw,
Orlan H. Betcher, George Trot-
man and Dorothy G. Quires;
Atlantic Luncheonette, Clara
B. Belle; Coco Solo Service
Center, Adelaide V. Palache
and Joseph Roberts; Cristobal
Service Center, Rose W. Par-
ker; Balboa Theater, Ninfa E.
Strickland; Balboa Heights
Luncheonette, Edith Edwards
and Nellie Collett.
Diablo Service Center, Han-
nah A. Jackman, Lileane Jones,
Alfred A. Barnett, Cecil W.
Bruce and Julie E. Gavitt; An-
con Drive-Inn, David A. Fyffe;
Gorgas Luncheonette, Claudine
A. Daxon; Pacific Luncheonet-
te, Icilda C. Johnson; Paraiso
Service Center, Cecil C. Git-
tens; Santa Cruz Service
Center, Howard Harriott, Doris
Goldson and Gwendoline A.
Davis; Gatun Service Center,
Wilfred White; Margarita Serv-
ice Center, Geraldine L. Wat-
son, Hilda F: Mootoo, Joan B.
Greene and Cecilio A. Brown;
Rainbow City Service Center,
Harold O. Blackman and Lloyd
S. Smith, Tivoli Guest House,
George Thorbourne, Victoria de
Rojas, Emanuel O. Moore, Ru-
pert Hylton, David E. S. Mil-
ton, Gwendolyn W. Case, Mat-
thew Simpson and Alfred A.
Cox.
Assisting Mr. DesLondes in
the Storehouse Branch are, on
the Pacific Side: Robert H.
Adams, Keyman Chairman,
James R. Doran, Karl Harris,
Cecil F. Haynes, Roy Elliott,
Ruperto Jemmott, Hayman G.
Forth, Silbert F. R. Haynes,
Clyde M. Francis, Alexander
Francis, Sixto Madariaga,
George Taylor, Fulgencio P.
Quinonez. Esau E. Young, Ru-
ben H. Blanchett, Ernest Wil-
liams, Ernesto L. Fields, To-
ribio E. Martin and Albert
Smith; and, on the Atlantic
Side, Da ve White, Keyman-
Chairman, Bertram L. Walters,
James V. Alphonse, Luther V.
Clarke, Sidney Forde, Peter
Alexis, Joseph Richards and
Cyrus Morris.


"The wise use of credit is an
essential ingredient in a grow-
ing economy. Credit Unions to-
day are serving people in coun-
tries throughout the Free World.
Here at home we find credit
unions handling the savings of
individuals with the surety and
prudence born of long experien-
ce. The people of many of the
newly developing countries -
including those within the Al-
liance for Progress are now
also finding that their credit
unions truly o f f e r "Helping
Hands In Many Lands" by
performing much needed serv-
ices for them and for their
national economies.
"To the nearly 14 million U.S.
citizens who own and operate
credit unions, and to the 3/2
million members outside the
United States, I offer my con-
gratulations as they celebrate
International Credit Union
Day."


School Needs


Lawn Mower
The Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group has received an
appeal for a lawn mower for
a school in the Interior of Pan-
ama, to be used in improving
the school grounds.
The Nicanor Villalaz School
in Los Santos has named a
committee incharge of beautify-
ing the school grounds. The
committee's beautification pro-
ject would be greatly aided and
simplified through use of a
lawn mower, the school reports.
Anyone in the Canal Zone or
Republic of Panama willing to
contribute a lawn mower to the
Los Santos school is asked to
contact the President of the
Panama Canal Women's Wel-
fare Group, Mrs. Elmer G. Ab-
bott, telephone Balboa-1585.


Ross Cunningham


To Be Honored
A retirement party for Ross
Cunningham of the Panama
Canal Accounting Division will
be given on Friday evening,
November 1, at the Fort Ama-
dor Officers' Club. A buffet
dinner will be followed by danc-
ing.
Mr. Cunningham is retiring
after 35 years of service with
the Canal organization.
Reservations may be made
by telephoning Mrs. F a y e
Wheeler, Balboa-4155 or Bal-
boa-3569, or James Herblin,
Balboa-4155 or Balboa-2850.

Double Checkl


New Orleans

Reservations

Panama Canal employees
who expect to be in New Or-
leans during the Christmas
holidays are advised to double-
check on their reservations at
hotels in that city.
Rooms are at a premium at
New Year's because of the
Sugar Bowl games and the
hotels in New Orleans usually
insist that the accommodations
be free on December 30.
Those who expect to occupy
a hotel room in New Orleans
on the night of December 30
are urged to have definite con-
firmation of a reservation. The
SS Cristobal's last sailing on
the 1963 schedule will be on
Tuesday, December 31, from
New Orleans to the Canal Zone.


Canal Records



Are Inventoried


147 Work For UTZ


In SC'CS Bureau'


Concert


To Honor


Dr. Senzer

Dr. David Senzer, District
Physician, Gamboa Medical
Clinic, will be honored at a
concert to be given on Sun-
day, October 27, at 3 p.m.,
in the Santa Crum Service
Center under sponsorship of
the Episcopal Churchwomen
of St. Simon's Church, Gam-
boa. Artists from Panama
and from the Canal Zone
will appear on the program.
The interest evidenced,
following announcement of
the concert by the commit-
tee in charge of arrange-
ments, is an indication of
the willingness of the com-
munity to honor a hard-
working physician of the
Panama Canal Health
Bureau.
The President of the Epis-
copal Churchwomen, Mrs.
Edith McFarlane, telephone
6-414, or the ticket chair-
man, Mrs. 0. Millett, tele-
phone 6-270, may be contact-
ed for further information.


Each of the preliminary in-
ventories on the Canal contains
an introduction which briefly
states the history and functions
of the agency which accumulat-
ed the records. When the re-
cords have been studied suf-
ficiently and the records plac-
ed in final order, the prelimina-
ry inventories will be revised
and the word "preliminary"
dropped from their description.
The inventories which have
been prepared include the Re-
cords of the Compagnie Univer-
selle du Canal Interoceanique,
1881-89; the Compagnie Nou-
velle du Canal de Panama,
1894-1904; Records of the Nica-
ragua Canal Board, 1895; Re-
cords of the Nicaragua Canal
Commission, 1897-99; Records
of the first Isthmian Cana l
Commission, 1899-1902; Records
of the second Isthmian Canal
Commission, 1904-14; and Records
of the Panama Railroad Com-
pany, 1849-1938.
The preliminary inventories
were compiled by- Richard W.
Giroux and revised by Garry
D. Ryan. Only a limited num-
ber of copies of the inventories
is available.


IN BROWSING


By Mrs. Eleanor D. Burnham
Canal Zone Library
Not dying by William Saroyan
is an unusual venture into auto-
biography William Saroyan's
account of his year in Paris at
the age of fifty. His reflections
cover subjects which r an g e
from the best way to cook a
hamburger to how to be a suc-
cessful parent. This is a delight-
ful glimpse of an interesting
and unusual personality.
Powers of Attorney by Louis
Auchincloss is a novel compos-
ed of twelve episodes, each
skillfully interwoven with the
other. The novel which de-
velops shows the a u t h o r's
understanding of the ramifica-
tions of the law and of human
nature as it becomes involved
with the law. Mr. Auchincloss
was stationed with the Navy in
the Canal Zone during World
War II and is the author of The
Indifferent Children, a no vel
with a local setting. It was
published under the pen-name
Andrew Lee.
The Distant Clue is a who-
dun-it by Richard and Frances
Lockridge and is a mystery
which should be of interest to
Library patrons. The attractive
secretary of a researcher work-
ing on a history of local families
in a small New York village is
puzzled when the local library
fails to open on schedule. She
finds out the reason when she
discovers the body of her em-
ployer together with that of the
librarian. Apparently these two
had found out more than was
good for them in their pursuit
of the family records at the
local library. Members of the
staff of the Canal Zone Library
hastily assure their patrons
that they do not work with
genealogical records.
The Tilsit Inheritance by
Catherine Gaskin is a novel of
love and suspense about a girl
who grows up on a Virgin
Island plantation. A fortune in
England to which it appears
she may be heir brings swift
action to the story. In the
Gothic mansion in England


where this young girl goes to
seek her inheritance she finds
that the past is shrouded and
that many mysteries abound.
This is Miss Gaskin's tenth
novel and is an exciting one.
Zanzibar Intrigue by Van
Wyck Mason is a fast moving
story of foreign intrigue and
suspense with the famous
Colonel North in the thick of
everything. This is a thriller
from start to finish.- No sus-
pense-adventure story readers
can afford to miss it.
Molokai by O. A. Bushnell is
a long, dramatic novel of the
Hawaiian island leper colony
and of three men who choose
to go there. They are a priest,
who brings hope to the con-
demned islanders; a doctor,
who is there for research; and
Keanu, a condemned criminal,
who has selected Molokai as
the setting for the remainder
of his life. Mr. Bushnell was
born in Hawaii and now is
Professor of Microbiology at
the University of Hawaii.
The following more highly
specialized title also is includ-
ed in recent books at the Libra-
ry:
Maya Archaeologist by Eric
S. Thompson is an exciting
human account of "incidents of
excavation" of ancient Maya
cities by one of the foremost
authorities on the Maya
Indians. This book covers Mr.
Thompson's experiences in ex-
peditions to the Maya area
from the mid-twenties to the
mid-thirties. Mr. Thompson was
associated for many years with
the Carnegie Institution of
Washington and now lives near
Cambridge. England, where he
continues his investigations in
Maya hieroglyphs. Although
Mr. Thompson declares that
this is not a history of Maya
-civilization, nevertheless he
presents a wonderful picture of
the Mayas both past and pre-
sent. This book has been called
the most delightful account of
adventures among the Mayas
since John Lloyd Stephens'
Incidents of Travels in Yuca-
tan.


Page TWO


Women's Welfare

Group To Meet
A general meeting of the
Panama Canal Women's Wel-
fare Group will be held on
Monday, October 21, at the
Panama Canal Training Center
in Balboa.
All women interested in the
work of the Panama Canal
Women's Welfare Group are
invited to attend.


Preliminary inventories have
been prepared of textual re-
cords of the Panama Canal and
studies which preceded it. The
inventories have been prepared
by the National Archives and
Records Service of the General
Services Administration in
Washington.
The inventories, which are
reproduced in National Archives
Publication No. 63-20, are called
"preliminary" because they
are provisional in character.
They were prepared as soon as
possible after receipt of the re-
cords, without waiting to screen
out all disposable material or,
to perfect the arrangement of
the records.


Credit Union Week


To Begin Sunday


I


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October 11, 1963


Top Offense


On Tonight'

Only one Canal Zone gridiron
* contingent will be undefeated
by tomorrow. Tonight's big
contest pits the Green Wave
of the Canal Zone College
against the Cristobal High
School Tigers in Balboa Stadium
at 7 p.m.
The Tigers defied all "ex-
perts" with a resounding
triumph in the annual Jam-
boree, held several weeks ago.
They scored 33 points to six for
the College, while the Balboa
Bulldogs and the Schools Divi-
sion Athletic Club were held
scoreless.
Paced by Orrin Clement, 129-
pound junior quarterback, and
approximately 50 other players,
Cristobal opened up the 1963
Interscholastic season with a
40-0 shellacking of the Athletic
Club. This set a Canal Zone
scoring record.
The following night, however,
the College rebounded from a
poor Jamboree showing with a
record-breaking ef f o r t over
BHS, 44-0. Bob Bowen, College
field general, directed the CZC
squad throughout most of the
game, mixing up plays and
handling himself with a profes-
sional air.
The high school is rated a
B one point favorite over the Col-
lege on the basis of its showing
over the Green Wave in the
Jamboree. Look for CHS to win,
21-20.
Tomorrow night both the AC
team and BHS will be looking
for their first win of the season.
The Bulldogs have a fine
running attack but the line is
weak. If the two can get to-
gether, Balboa could take Sid
Kennon's AC group.
Frank Ammriratti has found
the going a bit rough the last
two weeks at quarterback for
the Athletic Club. Despite their
experience, the AC players
have had trouble playing to-
gether. A team effort could put


Wage TFRIL


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s To Collide


's Grid Card

them in the win column. The
high school should come out on
top, 21-7.
Next Friday evening Balboa
High School will journey to the
Atlantic side for the tilt with
CHS. The following night the
College and the Athletic Club
will clash in Balboa. Game
time for all games is 7 p.m.

INTERSCHOLASTIC
STANDINGS


Team W L GB
Cristobal HS 1 0 -
Canal Zone College 1 0
Balboa High School 0 1 1
Schools Division AC 0 1 1


Softball League

Lsts 12 Teams
Twelve teams have enrolled
in the Pacific Working MeiPs
Softball League which will con-
duct games under the newly
installed lights at the Paraiso
Ball Park.
The teams and their repre-
sentatives are:
Navigation (Holder), Tivoli
Guest House (Headley), Dredg-
ing (Peterkin), Firefighters
(Small), Schools (Ampudia),
Clayton Exchange (Douglas),
Comptrollers (Johnson), Clay-
ton Indians (Morris), Commis-
sary (Butler), Locks (Bourne),
Army Transportation (Spencer),
and Navy (Peter Chen).
Another organizational meet-
ing with A s t on Parchment,
Pacific Side adult recreation
coordinator, has been schedul-
ed for Thursday, October 17, at
the activities hall of the Parai-
so Elementary School. Other
team managers wishing to
participate should consult the
coordinator (Tel. 4-412 or 4-594).


Sports Calendar

Oct. 11 Friday Football CHS vs. CZC, at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
Oct. 12 Saturday Football SDAC vs. BHS,
at Balboa, 7 p.m.
Oct. 18 Friday Football BHS vs. CHS, at
Coco Solo, 7 p.m.


Oct. 19 -


Saturday Football CAC vs. SDAC,
at Balboa, 7 p.m.


Oct. 22 Tuesday Basketball-Girls BHS vs.
CHS (A & B), at Coco Solo,
5 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday Basketball-Girls CHS vs.
BHS (B), at Balboa, 3 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday Basketball-Girls CHS vs.
CZC (A), at Balboa, 4 p.m.
Oct. 25 Friday Football CHS vs. SDAC, at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
I I-


A BALBOA lineman breaks through a gaping hole in the CZC line to bloCK Joe Ltorrmns Try Tor me
extra point. The score at the time was 13-0 in favor of the College. The College went on to route
the Bulldogs 44-0, and set a Canal Zone scoring record. Tonight the College takes on the Cristobal
High School Tigers at Balboa Stadium at 7 p.m. in a battle for first place. Tomorrow night Balboa
High School and the Schools Division Athletic Club clash at Balboa at the same time.


Classes Meeting

At Gatun Pool

Officials at the Gatun pool
have announced that the follow-
ing classes are now in session:
Pre-school and kindergarten,
Mon., -Tues., Thurs. and Fri.,
11-11:30 a.m.; Beginners; Mon.,
Tues., Wed. and Thurs., 2:30-3
p.m.; Gatun Beginners, Mon.,
Tues., Wed. and Thurs., 3:15-
3:45 p.m.; Intermediates, Mon.
and Wed., 3:45-4:30 p.m.; Swi'm-
mer, Tues. and Thurs., 3:45-
4:30 p.m.; Competitive, Fri.,
3:30-4:30 p.m.; Adult Exercise
and Swimming, Mon. and Wed.,
1-2 p.m.
It was also announced that
the gymnasium is open to the
public from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
every day except Saturday and
Sunday.

Annual Meeting

Of Gun Club Set
The postponed annual meet-
ing of the Pedro Miguel Gun
Club will be held at the Diablo
Service Center on Wednesday,
October 16, at 7:30 p.m. This
is a business meeting and will
include the election of officers.
All old and new members of
this club are urgently request-
ed to be present. Refreshments
will be served in the Service
Center after the meeting is ad-
journed.


Firemen Learn

Resuscitation


In Self Defense
People often wonder why fire-
men are considered tops in the
field of resuscitation.
Primarily it was a matter of
self defense, as no other job
places such a strain on the heart
and lungs, often resulting in the
collapse of a co-worker on the
job.
The method known as Mouth-
To-Mouth resuscitation was first
developed by the Baltimore Mary-
land, Fire Department several
years before its use in the Canal
Zone, where it now is the approv-
ed method.
Due to emotional stress, heavy
smoke and toxic gases, a fire is
one of the most logical places
where we might expect to find
heart seizures or persons over-
come and unable to breathe.
All members of the Canal Zone
Fire Division receive training in
resuscitation, and during Fire
Prevention Week, demonstrations
will be given to persons of all
ages showing how they too can
use Mouth-To-Mouth resuscitation
and provide the breath of life."


Judo Professional



Giving Exhibitions



At Balboa YMCA


The schedule for Professor
Yasuyo Fukuda, Japanese Judo
Yodan (4th degree Black Belt)
has been set up for his Canal
Zone stay. Mr. Fakuda arrived
on the Isthmus last Friday.
Mr. Fukuda is giving instruc-
tions each evening at the Bal-
boa YMCA from 7 to 9 p.m.
This instruction session will
end tomorrow, October 12. The
exhibitions will consist of newly-
developed Judo exercises, tech-.
niques, and new styles of
athletic training, adaptable to
both male and female.
Sunday evening a promotional
"Shiai" (contest) will be held
at the YMCA between mem-
bers of all Isthmian Judo Clubs,
including Colon, Panama, and
the Canal Zone.
At this "Shiai" members will
compete against each other in
Judo techniques of both of-
fense and defense, and the club
winning the most matches will
be declared the winner of the
contests. In addition, members
will be scored for their tech-
niques and abilities, and recom-
mendations will be made by
made by the club instructor to
Professor Fukuda, who will
forward the recommendations
to the Shufu Judo Yodanshakai
in Alexandria, Va., which has


governing jurisdiction over the
Caribbean- area.
Mr. Fukuda is presently on
a world tour. From the Isthmus
he will go to Colombia, South
American countries, then to
Europe ,and finally to Tokyo,
Japan, where he was born. He
will then travel to Washington,
D. C., where he is employed
in private industry as an econo-
mist.
The Japanese Judo expert
began is Judo training at the
age of 14. In two years he had
advanced to "Shodan" (1st
degree Black Belt). He attained
his present rank at the age of
22.
Among his Judo awards are:
second in the Japanese National
Championships, "Best Jude
Technician in Japan," Judo
Champion of the East Coast
and the Middle East Coast.
winner of an invitational cham-
pionship in Detroit, and Na-
tional Judo Championship of
the United States in the 160-
pound division.
Professor Fukuda, who speaks
fluent English, invites all inter-
ested persons to attend the
instructional sessions at the
YMCA and the "Shiai" on Sun-
day at 7 p.m. in the YMCA
Gymnasium.


One


Gift


Works


Many


Wonders


m
25-UP

CLUB


Revise SPILL WAY


Distribution Directly

Hey, all you friendly, helpful folks out there in SPILL.
WAY land lend us your eyes and minds a moment.
Is your- unit receiving jtoo many SPILLWAYs? Not
enough? None?
Whatever's wrong if anything in your SPILLWAY
distribution, it can be corrected quite easily, if you'll read
what follows and do as it says.
The envelope which comes with your SPILLWAYS
carries the name and address of your unit and a number
which is the quantity the unit is supposed to receive each
Friday. If any part of the information is wrong, the person
responsible in the unit should indicate the desired correction
on the face of the envelope, then send it to:
AGENCY RECORDS CENTER
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
Attn: D. F. Mead, Supervisor
If you runit isn't receiving any SPILLWAYs, but should
be, a request for addition to the mailing list for the number
desired should be submitted over the signature of the res-
ponsible person in the unit.
(Basically, the same procedure applies to THE PAN-
AMA CANAL REVIEW, except that it is necessary to
indicate how many are desired in each language. The "S"
the address indicates the language of the copies being sent.)


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Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


October 11, 1963


TWO CASH AWARDS at one
time recently were presented
to Mrs. Manuelita O'Sullivan
by Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., for employee suggestions.
Mrs. O'Sullivan, Placement As-
sistant in the Employment and
Placement Branch of the Pan-
ama Canal Personnel Bureau,
suggested that a sign be instal-
led on the Personnel Building
in Ancon to identify the build-
ing as a branch of the Person-
nel Bureau, and also suggested
a method for more complete
identification of temporary ap-
pointees on the Central Em-
ployment registers.

Mrs. O'Sullivan is the wife
of William F. O'Sullivan, Of-
ficial Translator for the Pan-
ama Canal, who at present is
visiting his mother in Madrid,
Spain.
She was born in Panama and
became a United States citizen
in 1957. She attended school in
Ancon, was graduated from
Balboa High School and Pan-
ama University, receiving a
Bachelor of Social and Econo-
mic Science degree. From here
she went to England on a year's


scholarship to Nottingham Uni-
versity, where she continued
her studies in the field of social
work and economics.
Mrs. O'Sullivan smiles as she
recalls that her first position
was in a day and night garage
in Panama City, where she was
a clerk-translator just after she
ara,,antod- 'ein am,. a nno i-


NORMAN E. J. DEMERS, Assistant Director,
Transportation and Terminals Bureau, came to
the Canal Zone 24 years ago last month in U. S.
Army service. He took a Civil Service examina-
tion, received an honorable discharge from the


BHS To Present

Anderson Play
Joan of Lorraine by Maxwell
Anderson will be presented by
the dramatics department of
Balboa High School in the
school auditorium November 7,
8, and 9 under the direction of
Raymond Greene.
The play concerns a group of
actors and the problems they
face producing a play on Joan
of Arc. It was a Pulitzer Prize
winner when originally given.
Maxwell Anderson's Joan of
Lorraine will be produced by
special arrangement with the
D.amatists P 1 a y Service of
New York.
Prices of admission will be
$1.00 for adults, and 25 cents
for S. A. members and children


tion with Paramount Films,
followed by work with the U.
S. Office of Censorship in Bal-
boa during World War II. Mrs.
O'Sullivan also worked with the
Foreign Liquidation Board and
came to the Panama Canal
organization in 1948.
She has done quite a bit of
travelling in Europe and rn

4 41..


Army, and began his Panama Canal service in
the Transportation and Terminals Bureau.
He was born in, Berlin, N. H., and is a
graduate of Teachers College in Plymouth, N.
H. For a year and a half he taught French and
social sciences in New Hampshire, and then
came the military service which brought him to
the Panama Canal.
Mr. Demers began work as a Grade 1, equi-
valent to the present NM-I, clerk, general. In
January 1943 he was promoted to senior clerk
and in October of that year transferred to the
General Manager's Office of the Panama Rail-
road, Balboa Heights. The office at that time
included Terminals, Railroad, and real estate
operations.
In 1949 he was promoted to accountant of the
Terminals Division and moved to the Atlantic
Side of the Isthmus. A series of promotions
followed and in January 1962 he w l named As-
sistant Director of the Transportation and Ter-
minals Bureau.
Mr. Demers and C. E. Pearson, Assistant
Director of Gorgas Hospital, will leave early in
October to attend a two-week executive seminar
at King's Point, N. Y. Another group will follow
later.
Originally, he says, he was interested in
gardening. Then golf took over. Mr. Demers is
vice-president of the Brazos Brook Golf Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Demers, who is the former
Miss Cecile Gibson, were married here. Mrs.
Demers is in charge of the Cristobal Branch of
the Central Employment Office.


Health Insurance



Rates Going Up


With C a n a'l Zone hospital
rates scheduled to go up next
month,, some increases have
been necessary in tie charges
for the various types of health
and hospitalization insurance
provided by the Canal Zone
Health Benefit Plan available
to non-U.S.-citizen employees.
The bi-weekly premium for
those in Rate Group "A" (those
making $2.61 per hour or more)
will be: $2.88 for member only,
$7.08 for' member, spouse, and
two or more dependent chil-
dren.


$4.88 for member, spouse, and
two or more dependent chil-
dren.
The bi-weekly premium for
those in Rate Group "C" (those
making $1.47 per hour or less)
will be: 75 cents for member
only; $1.27 for member and one
dependent child; $1.94 for mem-
ber and two or more dependent
children; $1.57 for member and
spouse; $2.01 for m e m b e r,
spouse and one dependent
child; $2.60 for member, spouse
and two or more dependent
children.


inder 12. Special prices of 50 The bi-weekly premium for The new rates will become
cents for adults in groups of 9 those in Rate Group "B" (those effective in No v e m b e r. A
,r more can be requested. making $1.48 to $2.60 per hour) brochure describinthebenefits
Trhe Hay Bunau Varilla will be: $1.40 for member only; brochure describing the benefits
Treaty between the United $2.27 for member and one de- available through the Canal
states and the Republic of Pan- pendent child; $3.51 for mem- Zone Health Benefit Plan for
ima was proclaimed on Feb- ber and two or more dependent non U. S.-citizen employees of
ruary- 26, 1904, and on May 4 children; $2.85 for member and the Canal is to be distributed
of that year the United States to all those eligible for such
stock possession of the canal spouse; $3.65 for member to all those eligible for such
site. spouse and one dependent child; coverage before November 1..


AGENCY GOALS


Agencies which will share in
the 1440.000 to be raised in this
year's Canal Zone United Fund
campa gn and the amount each
is to receive are as follows.
American Red Cross, $22,800.
American Social Health As-
sociation, $180.
Atlantic Religious Workers
Association, $2,500.
Boy Scouts, Canal, Zone Coun-
til, $21,000.


Canal Zone Cancer Commit-
tee, $12,000.
Girl Scouts, Canal Zone Coun-
cil, $13,535.
Handicapped Persons Com-
mittee, $5,000.
International Boy S c o ut ,
$5,200.
International Girl Sc o u t s,
$4,000.
International Social Service,
$85.es
JWB Armed Forces Service


Center, $5,600.
National Recreation Associa-
tion, $83.
Salvation Army, $14,140.
Summer Recreation Board
(Latin American Communities),
$1,750.
Tuberculosis Association,
$8,200.
United Seaman's Service, $58.
United Service Organizations,
Inc. (USO), $1,530.
Balboa YMCA, $9,000.


1958 made a two-month visit to
Europe with her husband,
covering 17 countries in two
months.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Sullivan have
purchased a 1963 Checker Cab,
which they find is sturdy and
comfortable, and are making
plans for a drive to the States
in the not-too-distant future.
Their home in the States is
in San Francisco. In the Canal
Zone they reside at Diablo
Heights. Their son, William
Gerald, is one and a half years
old.


Items LosJ


On Cristobal'

Still Held*

The telephones at the Water
Transportation Division have
been ringing, and a few people
have been united with their
erstwhile misplaced posses-
sions, but a number of items
still await c 1aim by their
owners.
A lady's round tan hat box
containing beach clothes, two
rings and a man's jewelry case
with Masonic emblem jewelry
are still being held at the Water
Transportation Division', await-
ing. owner's identification.
The purser on the SS Cristo-
bal has turned over all lost and
found items to the Water Trans-
portation Division. Further in-
formation on property being
held for owner identification
may be obtained by telephoning
Cristobal 1674 or 1658.


Coming Events
October 11-Knights of Columbus
Charity Ball at Tivoli Guest
House.
October 11-A dramatic club,
named the "Pacific Play-
house,"- has been organized
in the Paraiso community.
Everyone interested in acting
and the theater in general is
invited to attend the meetings
held at 7:30 p.m. Friday in
the Activities Hall of the Pa-
raiso Elementary School.
October 12-Columbus D a y.
The Spanish Embassy is con-
ferring a decoration on Blan-
ca Korsi Ripoll, Panamanian
director of School of Dancing,
in a special ceremony, to
honor her for her outstanding
work in bringing S p a n i s h
culture to Panama.
October 13-Knights of Columbus
Open Golf Tournament starts
at Fort Amador.
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.
October 19-7 p.m. Ribbon
Cutting Ceremony to "kick-
off" the opening of the Trade
Fair. Lieutenant Governor
Parker, and Guillermo Ford,
president of the Panama
Chamber of Commerce, will
participate in this ceremony.
October 23-7:30 p.m. His Ex-
cellency, Roberto F. Chiari,
President of Panama. and
Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr. and their wives will at-
tend.

SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is an official publication of the
Panama Canal, Balboa Heights,
C. Z. News articles contained in it
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 Publishinq Co. Panama,
Republic od Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE
Robert 1. Fleming, Ir.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended for publication
in the SPILLWAY should be receiv-
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 for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mall material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY.
Box N, Balboa Heigqht. C. .


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


SCN-TV


SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel Of The Air
4:00-EBF: WWII,
Prologue
4:30-Paragon Playhouse
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Communism-Myth
vs. *Reality
7:00-Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS IN
REVIEW
9:00-Steve Allen
10:30-Whats My Line
11:00-Final Edition
11:05--Enc: US Steel Hour
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--Magic 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-Zone Grey Theatre
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Movietime:
"Repeat
Performance"
10:30-Stump the Stars
11:00-FINAL EDITION
1:15--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
:55--SCN NEWS
9:00-Armchair Theatres
"Black Gloves"
10:30-To Tell the.Truth
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Jack Paar

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 Como
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00--Lawrence Welk
9:45-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Danny Thomas
Dick Van Dyke

THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
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/Mitch
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-Special: Yves
Montand on Bdway
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Price is Right
9:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN BOWLING
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Mitch Miller
SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Sat. Double
Feature: "Repeat
Performance"
& "Black Gloves"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00--oey Bishop
7:30-Special: 24 Hours
in A Woman's
Life
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00--Circle Theatre
10:00-Fight of the Week
1i0:45-Air Force Story
1:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Alls=


S,


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Mover una imprenta es cosa compleja aun
bajo las circunstancias mas favorables. Eso ha
quedado claramente impreso en el animo die
quienes est6n empefiados en trasladar toda la
S maquinaria, prensas, camaras y demAs artefac-
tos que forman la Imprenta del Canal de Pa-
.ama desde su antiguo edificio en Mount Hope
traves del Istmo, a su nueva sede en La Boca.
Pero las dificultades suben de tono y cre-
cen en importancia cuando, ademas de los pro-
blemas inherentes a la mudanza, se confrontan
los del continuado funcionamiento de la impren-
ta. Y este es el caso, pues los trabajos de im-
prenta no pueden ser suspendidos durante las 6
6 7 semanas que Ilevara completar el traslado
transistmico.
Una de las piezas mAs 'voluminosas en ser
trasladada desde el Atlantico fue la camara de
OFFSET que ya para fin de semana estaba de-
sempacada y funcionando. Lo propio sucedi6
con el snico linotipo. Pero .. ain faltan mu-
chas maquinas y much sudor y trabajo y afa-
nes.
Por eso ha sido necesario planificar toda la
operaci6n minuciosamente, al Iltinto detalle. La
segunda de las tres fases de la Operaci6n Mu-
danza se realizara a fines de mes. Vendran las
prensas de varies tipos y las variadas maqu:nas
de encuadernaci6n y cosido. Luego, en noviem-
bre, vendr Ala fase final del arduo traslado de
una imprenta de un litoral al otro del Istmo.
A cargo de iupervigilar toda la operaci6n
-inclusive re-alojamiento para 61 empleados-
se encuentra John B. Coffey, superintendent de
la Imprenta y W. R. Price, el capataz.
No se trata de la primera mudanza de la
imprenta. Conforme se desprende de un infor-
me de la Comisi6n Istmefia del Canal, fechado
en 1908, la imprenta originalmente funcion6 du-
rante los dias de la construcci6n del Canal en
la ciudad de Panama, estando situada en la pla-
za de la Catedral, donde ahora queda el Correo
Central.
Mas adelante fue trasladada a Gorgona, don-
de permaneci6 por various aiios, hasta que se la
traslad6 al Atlantico, para fusionarse con un ta-
ller para boletos que operaba el Ferrocarril de
Panama, en la antigua estaci6n del tren en Co-
16n. La imprenta se estableci6 en Mount Hope
en 1929.
Autorizada por un Comits Conjunto sobre
Impresiones del Congreso de Estados Unidos, la


MOVER UNA


IMPRENTA


NUNCA ES


JUEGO DE


MENINOS -








Imprenta es una entidad official del Gobierno
norteamericano que provee a la organizaci6n del
Canal con variados trabajos de imprenta. Ope-
ra como dependencia de la Divisi6n de Servicios
Administrativos, encabezada por H. I. Perantie.
El nuevo local es el mismo que antes ocu-
para el almac6n de La Boca, donde se invier-
tieron $142.000 en el re-acondicionamiento total,
inclusive instalaci6n de aire-refrigerado.


CUIDADO ALLI! Una pesada mAquina de encuadernar de la Im-
prenta del Canal de Panama, Ilega a la nueva sede de La Boca,
despu6s de cruzar el Istmo en tren del Ferrocarril de Panami.
Esta es s61o una de los cientos de apartados, maquinas y uten.
silios que comprenden la imprenta que hasta el present venia
funcionando en Mount Hope.


ESTRICTA CUARENTENA


VIENTO EN POPA AVANZAN LOS ANIMAL EN


PREPARATIVOS PARA LA FERIA


S -Los planes para la Cuarta
Feriia Comercial Anual que se,
S "celebrarA bajo los auspicios del
Fondo Unido de la Zona del
Canal, marchan en forma ver-
tiginosa, resultando en la re-
servaci6n rApida del espacio a
ella dedicado, seg6n anunci6
el president de la Feria B. J.
Elich. Tan entusiAsticamente
ha sido recibida esta Cuarta
Feria.anual que se Prevee que
sera la mayor y mas espl6ndi-
da de las hasta aqui celebra-
das.
A. D. Hutchings, Jr., y W. L.
De La Mater, son presidentes-
asociados de la exposici6n; el
Siltimo de los citados se encar-
garA de las operaciones, una
vez quede abierta la Feria el
19 de los corrientes.
La Feria se verificarA en el
edificio 19 de Corozal, ocupan-
do tres pisos de exhibiciones
montadas por firmas paname-
fias, asi como otras presenta-
ciones de la propia Zona del
Canal.
El objetivo de la Feria es el
de llevar a la atenci6n pfblica
los products obtenibles en Pa-
namA, mAxime aquellos que no
se encuentran en almacenes de
la Zona del Canal. Muchos de
los exhibidores obsequian mues-
tras y otros efect6an ventas o


aceptan pedidos sobre el terre-
no.
Este afio serAn presentados
mAs models de autoh6viles
que nunca antes, estando ya
listos mAs del double de los que
se exhibieron el afio pasado.
La F eri a Comercial sera
inaugurada el 19 y permanece-
rA abierta hasta el 27 de octu-
bre de 7 a 10 de la noche.los
dias hAbiles y de 1 a 10 los sA-
bados y domingos.
Como en afios anteriores to-
carA cortar la cinta para la
apertura de la feria, a las 7


i.-.-


de la noche al vice-Gobernador
de la Zona del Canal, Tte. Co-
ronel David S. Parker y al Pre-
sidente de la. Camara de Co-
mercio de Panama, don Gui-
Ilermo Ford.
Se gana acceso al edificio 19
torciendo a la derecha en
Gaillard Road, donde esta si-
tuada la garita de la Policia
Military, frente al semaforo.
Los omnibuses de pasajeros
entran por esa garita ya que
no se trata de Area restringida.
El edificio en cuesti6n es el
quinto a la derecha, pasada la
garita de la entrada.


Perros y gatos se las verAn
feas para entrar a PanamA en
adelante. En efecto, en desa-
rrollo de acuerdos internac:o-
nal de los cuales es signataria,
la Repiblica de Panama, ha
implantado extricta cuarentena
aplicable a animals dom6sti-
cos que se pretend introducir
al pais.
Todo v i a je r o que deseare
traer un perro p gato a Pana-
ma, tendrA que llenar un for-
mulario donde se detallen ra-
za, edad, especie, vacunas apli-
cadas ,etc. enviandolo luego a
la siguiente direcci6n:
Dr. Ram6n Vega, Director
Departamento de Sanidad
Animal,
Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias,
Apartado 1631, Panama.


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PANAMA
La licencia o permiso de im-
)rtaci6n o entrada debe acom-
afiar al animalejo, asi como
n certificado de salud donde
Sespecifiquen las v a c u t a s
plicadas.
Pero, con todo y eso, el pe-
runo o gatuno tendra que se-
ararse de su amo al llegar al
;tmo, permaneciendo en la
uarentena Animal de Panama
iejo, por 120 dias por cuenta
el duefio. Se cargarAn 50 cen-
avos diaries para la alimenta-
i6n.


Pinturas Chinas
En el Museo Nal.
El Museo Nacional de Pana.
ma invita por este medio al
public en general a la aper-
tura y exhibici6n de pinturas
chinas, a las 7:30 de la noche
del jueves 17 de octubre.
La exhibici6n se realize bajo
los auspicios de la UNESCO y
permanecera abierta por va-
rias semanas durante las horas
habiles del Museo.
El Museo tambibn pondri en
-exhibici6n p6blica las iltimas
piezas donadas por la Sociedad
Amigos del Mu.eo Nacional; la
cinta "Costas Tropicales" se-
ra proyectada en esa ocasi6n.
El Museo Nacional situado en
Avenida Cuba, Panama, estA
abierto de martes a sabado de
9 de la mariana al mediodia y
de 2 a 6 de la tarde; los do-
mingos abre de 1 a 5 de la tar-
de; los lunes y fariados perma-
nece cerrado. Entrada gratis.


DOMINGO


DE ASOCIACIONES DE


El domingo se inicia la Semana de las Asociaciones de Cr6dito que
clausurarA el sAbado 19 de octubre, motivo que ha servido a las Asocia-
ciones de Cr6dito de las Comunidades Latinoamericanas de la Zona del
Canal para el despliegue de una series de actividades alusivas a la oca-
si6n.
El Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr., proclam6 el 17 de los co-
rrientes como Dia de las Asociaciones de Cr6dito y conmin6 a todos los
residents a "otorgar el reconomiento debido a los muchos beneficios
que reciben por conduct de esas Asociaciones de Cr6dito".
El propio Presidente Kennedy se ha valido de la ocasi6n para ha-
eer resaltar el rol que las asociaciones de cr6dito han jugado en la ere-
ciente economic y por tal raz6n les ha extendido sus mejores parabienes.
"El uso sensato del credito es un ingredient esencial de una eco-


SEMANA



CREDIT


nomia en desarrollo", dijo el Presidente en declaraciones formuladas en
la Casa Blanca. "Las Asociaciones de Cr6dito sirven hoy a los pueblos
a trav6s del Mundo Libre. Aqui en casa las encontramos manejando los
ahorros particulares con la destreza y prudencia nacidas de una larga
experiencia. Los pueblos en muchas de las nuevas naciones en desarro-
llo -inclusive aquellas que se hallan dentro de la Alianza para el Pro-
greso- tambi6n descubren ahora que sus asociaciones de cr6dito real-
mente ofrecen "La Mano de la Ayuda- en Muchas Tierras", mediante
la prestaci6n de servicios muy necesarios al individuo y a la Naci6n".
"A los casi 14 millones de ciudadanos norteamericanos que son due
nos y operarios de asociaciones de cr6dito y a los 31/2 millones de socios
fuera de los Estados Unidos, extiendo mis felicitaciones en el Dia Inter-
nacional de las Asociaciones de Credito"3


PILLWAY


EMPIEZA


EL


VIERNES, Octubre 11, 1963


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jinaDSSIL AYOtbe1 O a Y2p,,


AUMENTARAN


SEGUROS


DE


PRIMAS EN LOS



HOSPITAL LIZACIO?


Come secuela al aumento en las tarifas, registrado en los
hospitals de la Zona del Canal y que entraran en efecto el mes
entrante, se ha hecho necesario aumentar los varies tipos de
seguros de hospitalizaci6n y salud, provistos bajo el Plan de Be-
,aeficios y Salud de la Zona del Canal para empleados no-norte-
americanos.
Las primas quincenales serin: Grupo "A" (quienes ganen
$2.61 y mis por hera.
Socio solo ................ ....... ................... $2.88
Socio, c6nyugue, 2 o mis hijos ........................ $7.08

Grupo "B": quienes ganen $1.48 por hera:
Socio unicamente ....................................... $1.40
Socio y 1 hijo ......................................... $2,27
Socio y 2 o mas ,hijos ............................... $3.51
.Socio y c6nyugue ...................................... $2.85
Socio, c6nyugue y 1 hijo ............................. $3.65
Socio, c6nyugue y 2 o mils 'hijos ....\ ................... $4.88

Grupo "C": quienes ganen hasta $1.47 por hera:
Socio inicamente ....................................... $0.75
Socio y 1 hijo ... ....................................... $1.27
Socio y 2 o mis hijos ................................... $1.94
Socio y c6nyugue ........................................ $1.57
.Secio, c6nyugue y 1 hijo ............................ $2.01
.Socio, c6nyugue y 2 o mis hijos ...................... $2.60

Las nuevas cuotas se harin efectivas a partir de noviembre.
Un folleto descriptive de los beneficios que se extienden a los ase-
gurados no-norteamericanos bajo-este plan sera distribuido an-
tes del primero de noviembre.


Cambio de

Horario
El Contralor Philip L.
Steers, Jr., anunci6 que a
partir del primero de no-
viembre venidero se ha al-
terado el horario del Cajero
de la Tesoreria con oficinas
en el edificio 287 de Anc6n.
El horario para el page de
cheques y la aceptaci6n del
pago de cuentas, dep6sitos y
otras transacciones de dine-
ro ha quedado fijado asi:
Diariamente excepto los
mi4rcoles en semana de pa-
gamento) de 9:30 a 11:45 a.
m. y de 12:45 a 3 p.m.
Miercoles en semana de
pagamento:
7:30 a 11:45 a.m. y 12:45
a 3 p.m.
El horario del resto de la
Tesoreria continuara siendo
el mismo: de 7:15 a 11:45
a.m. y de 12:45 a 4:15 p.m.

VISITANTE DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de
Miraflores ......... 1.508
Esclusas de Gat6n ... 167
Las Cruces,
7 viaies ............. 892
Reina Manuelita,
1 viaje ............. 23
1 barco de
pasajeros ........... 441
GRAN TOTAL: ...... 3.031


:NO PIERDA DE VISTA LA SEGURIDAD


L


ESCOJA EL TIPO DE PROTECTION
MAS CONVENIENT A USED YA LA
INDOLE DE SU TRABAJO . iY USELO!


ANTEOJOS DE
SEGURIDAD


VISERA DE
PLASTIC


GAFAS -0DE
COPA


PANTALLA
PARA
SOLAR


LENTES
FILTRADORES


CAPUCHA
CONTRA
ACIDOS


Pi A


,I


iGAFAS EMPARADAS?


PIE LOS
i LENTES CON.
JABON. ESTO
AYUOA A PREVE-
NIR QUIE SE
EMPANEN.


LAVELOS CON
FRECUENCIA
CON AGUA Y
JABON ..,


NO LOS MALTRATE


Interesantes


Fueron Las


Reuniones Con El Dr. Fehr


Muy beneficiosas resultaron
las reuniones celebradas el
mi6rcoles y ayer jueves per el
doctor Howar F. Fehr, decano
de la facultad de Ensefianza de
las MatemAticas de la Escuela
Normal anexa a la Universidad
de Columbia, con los maestros
de las escuelas de la Zona del
Canal.
El professor Fehr se reuni6 el
mi6rcoles con los maestros del


Inventario


sector Atlantico en la Escuela
Secundaria de Crist6bal, para
un intercambio de informaci6n;
ayer estuvo con los maestros
del literal Pacifico en el audi-
torio de la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Balboa.
El objeto de las reuniones era
facilitar el re-examen de los
pragramas de ensefianza de las
matemiticas prevalecientes en
la Division de Escuelas de la


Zona del Canal.
Maestros de esa material en
las escuelas norteamericanas y
de las comunidades latinoame-
ricanas asistieron a ambas reu-
niones.
Para los escolares la ocasi6n
fue recibida con el mayor be-
neplicito ya que en la tarde de
las fechas de las reuniones no
hubo classes en las escuelas res-
pectivas.


Preliminar de *


Archives del Pancanal


Se vienen preparando inven-
tarios preliminares de archives
de textos del Canal de Panama
y los studios que los precedie-
ron. Los inventarios han side
realizados por los Archivos Na-
cionales y el Servicio de Archi-
ves de los Servicios Generales
de la Administraci6n en Wash-
ington, D.C.
Los inventarios que son re-
producidos en la publicaci6n
No. 63-20 de los Archives Na-
cionales, se titulan "prelimina-
res" en gracia a su provisiona-
lidad. Se prepararon lo antes
possible al recibirse las copias,


sin un examen de todo el ma-
terial disponible para perfec-
cionar el orden.
Cada uno de los inventarios
preliminares contiene una in-
troducci6n que sumariza la his-
toria y funciones de la entidad
que acopio los registros. Una
vez se logre realizar el examen
minucioso del material y se le
coloque en orden final se eli-
minarf la palabra preliminary "
de los inventarios ya revisados.
Los inventarios ya prepara-
dos incluyen archives de la
Compagnie Universelle du Ca-
nal Interoceanique, 1881-89; la


HOMENAJE AL


DOCTOR SENZER


'Las damas de la Iglesia
Episcopal de San Sim6n, de
Gamboa, Zone del Canal,
preparan un homenaje en
honor del doctor David Sen-
zer, que se verificara el do-
mingo 27 de los corrientes.
Consistird el tribute al dis-
tinguido galeno en un con-
cierto musical.
Destacados artists de
Panama y la Zone del Ca-
nal, participaran en el pro-
grama.
Con enorme inter6s fue


recibida en todos los circu-
los la nueva de que se rea-
lizaria este homenaje, sien-
do ello indice del prestigio
de que goza el medico de la
Direcci6p de Salubridad del
Canal de Panami.
Para mayors infermes
los interesados pueden po-
nerse en comunicaci6n con
la seiiora Edith McFarlane,
tel6fono 6-414, o con la se-
flora M i I I ett, al tel6fono
6-270 dedee las tires de la
tarde.


C6mo Dar Alarma
De Incendios
Antes de arriesgarse a las
inconveniencias y peligros
que envuelve la intenci6n de
apagar un fuego utilizando
los recursos a mano, con-
viene a los particulares fa-
miliarizarse con la forma
mis rapida y efectiva de dar
la alarma de incendio para
que los bombers se encar-
guen del asunto.
Tenga en mientes lo si-
guientes:
1. No se ofusque. Levante el
auricular del tel6fono y
disque las siglas 1-1-9 (Zo-
na del Canal) o 0-3 (Pa-
nama).
2. La Ilamada va directa-
mente ai Cuartel de Bom-
heros.
3. Con voz clara para que
se entienda correctamen-
te informed to siguiente,
sin precipitaci6n:
a) Deseo reporter un in-
cendio.
b) Es la casa n6mero.....
Calle.....
c) Se esta quemando.......
(techo, pared, cocina,
colch6n, etc. segin el
case).
AI ofrecer los detalles es-
cuetos esta usted ayudando
a los bombers a tomar las
providencias mas necesarias
y rApidas pare combatir el
siniestro.


Compagnie Nouvelle du Canal
de Panama, 1894-1904; Records
of!the Nicaragua Canal Board,
1895; Records of the Nicaragua
Canal Commission, 1897-99; re-
cords of the First Isthmian Ca-
nal Commission, 1899-1902; Re-
cords of the second Istmnian
Canal Commission, 1904-14 y
Records de la Compailia del
Ferrocarril de Panama, 1949-
1938.
Richard W. Giroux copil4 el
inventarie que fue revisado per
Garry D. Ryan. Existe ndme-
re liimtado de copias.

El Canal de Panama mereci6
gran despliegue en cr6nica apa-
recida en la entrega correspon-
diente al mes de octubre de la
revista "Journal of American
Insurance", e d i t a d a pr la
American Mutual Insurance
Alliance.
La portada preSenta un ma-
pa de ia Zona del Canal y par--
te de la Rep6blica de Panama,
y en la contraportada apareco
una nave transitando por las
esclusas de Pedro Miguel.
La cr6nica note que se ob-
serva el quincuag6simo aniver-
sario de la remoci6n del ultimo
obstaculo at Canal, el dique de
Gamboa, que fue votado el 10
de octubre de 1913 cuande el
entonces president Wilson, pre-
sion6 un bot6n en su escritorie
de la Casa Blanca.


PREVENTION DE INCENDIOS
1.-Guarde encendedores, f6sforos y otros implementos in-
flamables fuera del alcance de los niios.
2.-Ofrezca instrucciones precisas a quienes dejare en cui-
dado de los nifios oinvalidos sobre lo que deben hacer
en case de emergencia, inclusive dejeles escrito los nu-
meros de tel6fono de la Policia, los Bomberos y el M6-
dico de casa, asi come del lugar donde podria ser lo-
calizado usted mismo.
3.-Guarde material inflamable alejada de estufas, plan-
chas, calentadores y otras fuentes de calor o lumbre.
4.-Mantenga traps aceitosos, trapeadores y cosas simila-
lares en envase de metal para evitar la combustion
espontAnea de los mismos.
5.-Tenga siempre ceniceros seguros para que los fumado-
res depositen sus colillas y nunca del tipo que permit
:que colillas encendidas caigan fuera del receptaculo.
6.-Eduque a los nihos en el peligro que entraija el fuego
y sea estricto en velar per la observanci a alas reglas
preventivas.
7.-Inspeccione peri6dicamente las extensions de alambres
y los que pendan de utensitios electricos, reparando los
que hallere en mal estado y desgastados.
8.-No fume en su came; la vida que asi salve podria ser
la propia.
9.-Substituya por fluidos no inflamab'les la gasoline, ben-
cina o nafta que emplee en la limpieza.
10.-No permits bstrucciones en los corredores o pasadi-
Szos de su residencia, podrian entorpecer las avenidas
de escape en case de un incendio o calamidad.


SPPI L L W A Y~


f5gina DOS


,Ocfubre I I de 1963


i






Ds- W IcE


Octubre 11 de 1963 -SPI L L WA Y Pa -T



4CON TORNEOS ATLETICOS SE OBSERVARA


LA SEMANA DE
Con una series de torneos en distintos deportes se
comunidades latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, 1
Asociaciones de Cr6dito. HabrA competencias de golf,
loncesto, nataci6n, pelota-suave y atletismo.
Las actividades se inician el domingo entrante ta
cuanto en Paraiso, con eliminatorias en tenis y con torn
Saaincha de Lake View, en Red Tank.
El lunes 14 de octubre los jugadores de volivol tei
competencias eliminatorias que se verificarAn en Rainbi
raiso. Al dia siguiente -martes- las actividades pas
donde se celebraran las eliminatorias de baloncesto.


ASOCIACIONES DE CREDIT
observara en las El mi6rcoles 15, Rainbow City serA scenario de las eliminatorias
a Semana de las de nataci6n, asi como del juego de domin6.
tenis, fitbol, ba- El jueves -que es el Dia de las Asociaciones de Cr6dito- se efee-
tutarAn los finales de baloncesto y de volivol en Santa Cruz, con gran
nto en Crist6bal lucimiento.
nto de g en C tal El viernes 18, Paraiso sera sede para los finales de nataci6n y del
neo de golf en la juego de domino.
juego de domin6.
El viernes 19, filtimo dia de los festejos, se hara entrega de los pre,
ndrAn su dia con mios a los equipos o individuos que los hubiesen ganado. Este dia se
ow City y en Pa- congregarin en Santa Cruz, centenares de personas para las festividades
an a Santa Cruz. de todo orden con que se clausura la Semana de las Asociaciones de Cr6-
dite en el Istmo.


12 EQUIPOS EN LA LIGA


LE SOFT DE TRABAJADORES i/ aa ONO s=


Doce equipos integran la Li-
ga ~e Trabajadores del Pacifi-
eo que celebrarA sus partidos
de pelota suave en el diaman-
* te de Paraiso, aprovechando el
sistema de alumbrado reci6n
instalado alli.
Los equipos inscritos y sus
eapitanes son:
Navegaci6n (Holder).
Casa de Hu6spedes Tivoli
(Headley).


Sin Reclamar

Ain Algunos Objetos
Apesar de que muchas per-
sonas ban demostrado la ma-
yor diligencia en recuperar ar-
ticulos perdidos dirigiendose,
era personalmente ora por te-
]Lfonema, a la Divisi6n de
Transporte Maritime, a6n que-
dan muehos objetos perdidos
euyos duefios no han realizado
mayor esfuerzo per reclamar.
Una sombrerera redonda de
-iujer que contiene ropa de pla-
ya; dos sortijas, una cajita pa-
ra joyas de hombre con emble-
ma mas6nico y otros objetos
Laas, esperan a sus duefios.
El Contador del vapor Cris-
t6bal hizo entrega de todos los
objetos eneontrados abordo, a
-a Division de Transporte Ma-
ritimo. Quienes hubiesen olvi-
4ado o perdido algo abordo del
Crist6bal pueden comnuicarse
telef6nicamente dis c a n do a
Crist6bal 1674 6 1658, para ave-
riguar sobre si se encuentra
centre los objetos perdidos y en-
contrados abordo.


Dragado (Peterkin).
Bomberos (Small).
Escuelas (Ampudia).
PX de Clayton (Douglas).
Contraloria (Johnson).
Indios de Clayton (Morris).
Comisariato (Butler).
Esclusas (Bourne).
Transporte Militar (Spencer)
y Armada (Peter Chen).
El jueves 17 se celebrarA otra
reuni6n con el Coordinador de
Recreaciones para Adultos del
Pacifico, Aston Parchment en
la escuela de Paraiso.
Quienes tuvieren interns en
inscribir otras novenas deben
telefonear al 4-412 6 4-594.

El tratado Hay-Buneau-
Varilla, entire los Estados
Unidos y Panama, fue pro-
clamado el 26 de febrero de
1904 y el 4 de mayo de ese
auo los Estados Unidos to-
me poseci6n de la zona pa-
ra el canal.


LAS PEQUENAS "ASES" en los 50 metros estilc pecho para nifias de 14 a 15 auios, se preparan pa.
ra la partida durante las competencias realizadas en la piscina de la escuela secundaria de Parafso
el sabado pasado, 5 de octubre. Los vencedores de los events efectuados ese dia, formaran part*
del equipo que representarA a las escuelas latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal en las compe-
tencias nacionales que se verifican, bajo los auspicios de la Comisi6n Nacional de Nataci6n, el 12
de octubre en la piscina Olimpica de Panama. 50 nadadores colegiales integran la delegaci6n do
las escuelas latinoamericanas de la Zona, bajo la direcci6n de los profesores Alcides Bernal y Col6n;
Guardia, de Paraiso y-Rainbow City respectivamente.


EL FAMOSO "YODAN" FUKUDA-SAN


SE ENCUENTRA AHORA EN PANAMA


Ostentador del "Cuarto Gra-
do del Cintur6n Negro" del Ju-
do, el professor Yasuo Fukuda
visit el Istmo de Panama, en
misi6n relacionada con su alta
jerarquja come Yodan de la
Shafu Judo Yudanshakai, enti-
dad bajo cuya jurisdicci6n es-
tan los asuntos de judo de to-


da el area del Caribe, asi co-
mo Nueva Inglaterra.
Fukuda-san fue recibido en el
aereopuerto de Tocumen por el
sargento. Robert Engelke, de
la Policia de la Zona del Canal,
quien es instructor en el Club
de Judo de la Zona del Canal;
Bob Schultz, president de ese
organismo; Bruce Perry y Mike
Smith, cultores del deported ja-
ponds. Profesor de Educaci6n
WALDINA SMALL y Davy
Dale, capitanas respectiva-
mente de los quintetos de
Rainbow City y de Parai-
so, en emocionante instan-
Ce en que luchan por el ba-
l6n que acaba de rebotar
del aro sin anotar. El par-
tido fue ganado por Parai-
so, con anotaci6n final de
29 a 21. Ambos equipos se
volverin a enfrentar esta
noche a las 7 en el gimna-
sio de la escuela secunda-
ria de Rainbow City, exis-
tiendo inusitado interest en-
tre el estudiantado per este
re-encuentro de revancha.


Fisica de la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Balboa, Smith estA ca-
talogado como "Shodan" o pri-
mer grade del Cintur6n Negro,
al igual que el sargento Engel-
ke.
Acompafiaron a los judokas
de la Zona los de Panam a:
Tashio Yamamoto, asesor del
Club de Judo de Panama y
quien detenta el grado segun-
do del Cintur6n Negro (Nidan)


y Aurelio Chi, president de
ese organismo.
Fukuda-san, a solo 26 afios
de edad, es tenido como muy
avanzado para su edad. Mide 5
pies, 5 pulgadas y pesa 140 li-
bras, siendo muy rapido en ac-
ci6n.
Durante su permanencia en
el Istmo, Fukuda-san es aus-
piciado per el Club de Judo de
la Zona del Canal.


Excepto el mi6rcoles todas
las noches de 7 a 9 el expert
Yodan Fukuda se presentara
en el YMCA de Balboa donde
dara instrucciones a los practi-
cantes del deported de judo.
Esas sesiones que se prolonga-
rAn hasta el sAbado 12 estaran
abiertas al pfblico en general.
El t6cnico Yodan dara ins-


SANTA CRUZ 2

CHORRILLO 0
En movido y emocionante partido que mantuvo a los es-
pectadores espectantes, el onceno de Fuerte Santa Cruz,
anuI6 a los muchachos de Chorrillo, para imponerse per ano-
taci6n de dos a cero.
Los iugadores santacruzanos, que defendian los colors
del patio -ya que jugaban en su propia localidad- lucieron
muy afertas y contaron, como era natural, con la ayuda
moral de la barra que los estimulaba con gritos y aplausos.
Las competencias continman a todo tren y atraen el in-
terks de las comunidades latinoamericanas donde el culti-
vo del deported gana cada dia mAs adherentes.
De Gracia y Ruiz fueron los anotadores de los tantos
que so apunt6 el equipo de Santa Cruz,'


trucciones en especial en cuan-
to concierne a nuevos ejerci-
cios, estilos de entrenamiento
atl6tico y t6cnicas que pueden
seguir personas de ambos se-
xos.
SHIAI (Competencias)
El domingo en la noche se
realizarAn en el YM.CA de Bal-
boa algunos encuentros de judo
entire miembros de los clubes
de judo del Istmo, inclusive de
Col6n, PanamA y de la Zona
del Canal. Los encuentros se-
ran una demostraci6n de tecni-
cas ofensivas y defensivas, yen-
do el triunfo al equipo que lo-
gre m6s vencedores.
En el torneo del domingo es-
tarA present ademAsdel profe-
sor Fukuda-san el "Midan"
Tashio Yamamoto que es el ju-
doka de mayor categoria en el
Istmo.
Despu6s de su permanencia
en Panama, Fukuda-san segui-
ri a Colombia y de alli a al-
gunos otros pauses suramerica-
nos, antes de pasar a Europa y
Asia.


FUKUDA-SAN DARA CURSO

DE JUDO POR LAS NOCHES


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5PILLWAY


PAgM MATRO


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
12:00-Peleas quo hicioron
historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Cine on so Casa
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Generacion
5:15-El Mundo al
Instant
5:45-Programa Especial
6:30-Jitazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-Un Paso al M6s
Alli
9:30-Rodeo
10:30-Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Carton*s
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Sarie Somanal
1:30-El Hombre do la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15--ReportaJes
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:301-Carnaval de
Cartones '
5:00-Mundo do la MuJtO
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Aiedrez Fatal
9:00-Fore do Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatre
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre do la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes
Mundiales
$:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartonos
5:00-Mundo do la MuJlo
S:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biografla
8:00--Fred Astaire
Present
9:00--Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00--Carnval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45--Cine Sarie Somanal
1:30-El Hombre do la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2:15--ReportajeW
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones ,
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45-Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00-Dibuios Animados
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
s:00-Surf Side 6
0:00-Robert Taylor
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Semanal
1:30-El Hombre de la
Camara
2:00-Avmaces
2:1S5-Reportalje
Mundiales
S:00-Teloteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartone*
5:00-Mundo do la Mul*r
5:45-Fiesta do Estrellitao
6:00-Popoye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extraio, Mundo del
Pantano
7:-30-Show Internaclonal
8130-La Hora Once
9:30-Peter Gunn
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00-Carmaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Somanal
1:30-El Hombre do la
Camara
2:00-Avances
2: 15-Reportaleo
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrollitao
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
6i30-Notlcias
7:00-El: Hombro del Rfle
7:80-Plcapiedras
8:00-Boris arloff
3:00-El Fabricanto do
Noticias
9t30-Mantovanl
10:00-Noficias
10:15-Sala de. ProyOcdl6
10:45-Teleleatro
SABADO
1S:00-Carnaval do
Cartonso
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serle Somnanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Avances
3:15--Reportale
Mundiales
4:00-Sarao do Tevedos
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45--iesta do Estrollitas
6:00-Popoye
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Combato
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO

10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Lecrerc
11:00-Salveso Quien
Pueda
1l:30-Hazaias del Espaclo
12:00-La Comedia Silento
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
3:30-Pelicula
5:30-Alegrias Infantiles
6:00-Furia
6:30-Cero no
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientes
9:00-Encrucijada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Los Bucaneros
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Corrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina n T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30-Titeros y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre on el
Espacio
6:30-Ley del Rev6lver
700-Noticias
7:30-Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-La Actrix
9:00-El 'Caminanto
9:30-Ruta 66
MARTES
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Randall El Justiciere
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Muoer
5:30-Titere. y C6micas
6:OOEI Hombre on el
Espacio
6:30-Yogi Bear
7:00-Noticica
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-La Actrix
9:00-El Caminanit
9:30-Los Defoensores
10:00-Programa Especial
10:30-Noticias
MIERCOLES

11:30-Alogrias Infantiles
12:15-Diario de 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-Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00-El Hombre en el
9Espacio
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00--C6micos y
Cancionos
8:30-La Actriz
9:00E1 Caminante
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
JUEVES
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Rev61ver a la
Orden
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4 D00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.T.
5i00-Tres Caras do Muler
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en *I
Espacio
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30-La Actrx
9:00-El Caminanto
9:30-Dick Powell Show
VIERNES
10-30-Noticias
11:30-Alegrias Infaintile
12:15-La Legi6n
Extraniera
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10--Nvela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras do Mules
5:30-Titeres y C6micaS
6:00-El Hombre en *I
Espacio
6:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Nqticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Actris
9:00-El Caminant.
9:30-La Era Siniestra
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-Noticlas
SABADO
11:30-Alegrias Infantilee
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 Caras de Muler
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina on T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
5:30-Titores y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en *I
Espacio
6:30-Investigador
Submarine
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramio
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Pelicula
11:00-FINAL EDITION


I. -


IMF"


CECIL F. HAYNES, jefe de
oficinistas en la Secci6n "B"
del Almac6n, en la Divisi6n de
Abastos en Balboa, es uno de
los empleados de la organiza-
ci6n del Canal de Panama, que
ha ganado muchos premios por
Incentive, debido a las buenas
sugestiones que present para
mejorar las operaciones del Ca-
nal.
Haynes g a n 6 ltimamente
otro premio por Incentiva, cuan-
do recibi6 de manos del Gober-
nador Robert J. Flemin, Jr.,
un certificado y un cheque per
$25 per haber sugerido que se
colocara un letrero, en ingl6s


Si va para

Nueva Orleans

Asegurese

Alojamiento

Los funcionarios del Ca-
nal de Panama que proyec-
ten viajar a Nueva Orleans
durante las celebraciones
de Navidad, deben asegu-
rarse sus aloiamientos en
hotels de esa ciudad, si es
que los precisan.
Conviene tener en mien-
tes que durante el Aiio Nue-
vo escasean los cuartos en
hotels y pensions, debido
en que en esa 6poca se ce-
lebran los partidos de ba-
lompie en el Sugar Bowl.
Los hoteleros de Nueva Or-
leans usualmente inslsten
en que sus hubspedes desa-
loien el hotel el 30 de di-
ciembre.
Quienes requieran aloja-
miento el 30 de diciembre
deben estar seguros de ob-
tener confirmaci6n de su
reservaci6n.
La ultima salida del va-
por Crist6bal durante el
aio en curso sera el mar-
tes 31 de diciembre cuando
zarpe de Nueva Orleans
con rumbo a Panama.


y en espafiol, frente a la entra-
da principal de su secci6n, Ila-
mando la atenci6n al movi-
miento de vehiculos y procurar
evitar accidents. El letrero di-
ce: "PELIGRO PARE -
MIRE".
Haynes ingres6 en la organi-
zaci6n del Canal de Panama,
el primero de junio de 1928, y
tiene per lo tanto 35 ahos de
servicio, todos ellos con la Di-
visi6n de Abastos, en donde in-
gres6 come mensajero, para
despuds ascender a oficinista y
.uego al cargo que ahora ocu-
pa.
El estudi6 en la escuela pri-


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