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: January 10, 1964
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00441
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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STATEMENT BY GOVER-
NOR FLEMING IN RESPONSE
TO QUESTIONS FROM PACI-
FIC SIDE CIVIC COUNCILS:
As Governor of the Canal
Zone, I believe that it is ap-
propriate at this time for me
to repeat to each U.S. resident
of the Canal Zone certain back-
ground information concerning
the flying of U. S. and Pan-
amanian flags in the Canal
Zone. It is apparent from re-
cent events that there are some
misunderstandings concerning
the responsibilities of U.S. citi-
zens in this matter.
The question of flying flags
in the Canal Zone has been
discussed for many years bet-
ween r'prec(ri't i "S ofi tihe
United Stares .and PanamnIa In
September 1'60 PrEdj,.nl Ei.
senhower dlirect,-i the ;Gu, lnor


of the Canal Zone to fly,>the
two flags on a daily basis in
Shaler Triangle. President" Ei-
senhower indicated that he
hoped his decision would de-
monstrate the continuing close
bonds that exist between the
peoples of the United States
and the Republic of Panama
and their governments.
Subsequently t he question
was discussed directly between
President Kennedy and Presi-
dent Chiari, and on June 13,
1962, they issued a joint com-
munique containing the follow-
ing statement: "They also agre-
ed that their representatives
will arrange for the flying of
the Panamanian flag in an ap-
proipriale \%a% in tlI' Canil
Zone.''
F:ll ing int ructi.ns fr.rjn
Pres-ident Kenned.1. LIS. re.


presentatives discussed with
Pan a m anian representatives
various ways to carry out the
spirit and intent of the joint
communique. With Presidential
approval, t h e governments
agreed that "the flag of the
Republic of Panama will be
flown together with the flag of
the United States of America
on land in the Canal Zone
where the flag of the United
States of America is flown by
civilian authorities. P r i v a t e
organizations and persons. in
the Zone are free to display
flags at will over their places
of residence or business."
As the Governor of the Canal
Zone. it then became my res-
p..n~;ibility to Vtsihlish tho.ie
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CHRISTMAS TREE TREE: Dan"ing high it'lhe air for protection are some '( the more t
discarded Christmas trees gatherecby a group of about 19 boys aged 10 to 17 years resi
the Frangipani-Venado Streets neighlsrhood. The huge tree pictured is on Venado just off
pani. Part of the trees were suspended from the big tree to protect them from "pirates
other neighborhoods who might wish to add them to their supply. For a while, there als
trilp wires rigged to electric lights doorbells which lit up and went off at the appr
intruders. These were removed, however, because casual passers-through and dogs trip
alarms at times. Below, several of the threes, custodians start another trip aloft to haul u
more of their collection into aerial safekeeping. The boys lost a known 23 trees to pirates
of their precautions, but also did some pirating on their own. From two to as many as 15
boys have slept out at nights with their precious trees to protect them. The burning
duled for 6:30 tonight in the big lot behind the Ancon Laundry.


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.T..o, ne,% towing locom ves, c ical difficulties which dev-
ir-t .- ordered by the eloped during the testing of the
SP ,t.r.,a C.rnal last May follow- original six test mules.
in he a,-..,:eplance of n, first During tests, the locomotives
teS.t nr.chines, are to arrive have proved satisfactory. from
he Can.l this week ehd a tard the point of view of greater'
4.. SS Pioneer Mn' g. power and the variation of speeds
r: n frm J.,pj'n by the ginring These important characteristics
and (',iistru. lion Dirt the are resulting in speedier, and
S**nul'es" ,.ere loaded aboard tie more efficient handling of the
: e-.-1l the before Christmas growing Canal traffic.
::,ri t rlct,. their journey to the Tests also are being made
C.In.l ,:,i.e-niler 27. jt Gaiun in the *J"- of a
Upon arrival, they will be !olkie-talkie type ... radio
unloaded at Gatun Locks and ...~r..ni-,:. ~ bet. pilots,
put into service alongside the ships passing\ through the
sn te.t locomotives which locks, the op&aters of the
have b--n in operation there towing locomoli.'`s and the
for ihe pail year and a half. lockmasers on the locks
walls.
1 l.I 1 uii-, 'L production loco-
Snni .'. *., '0. manufn ctured in Pro'Aent .' ,.; call for the ins-
S pj[,n I,. tlie Mitsubishi Shoji ill ';...i of a permanent radio
Si3-lI'., I'11 ..vill arrive at the r... set in the new loco-
.C C j in t r-i,:.ar intervals until motives through which the towing
all P'. n.,ii, Canal Locks are. ..,.,...r.: operators will be able
e,..i],||.1 T hi re e ocomotive- .. l.e.r ,Intructions issued by the
hr n 200 rr,-. t.:.r u-1 on the nter wall "'.,,,,
hiding in .ot ea,.n .lf ihe locks, ai; n. in The pilots and lockmasters will
Frangi- cl,.rle in mine order. be issued portable two-way radio
" from Some minor changes i-' sets with wAL, they will be able
Swere odution locomotive ,\ e to commuuna,. with each other
Were been ordered by the P'. ,ni., :, i stationsns to the tow-
oach of Canal as the result of some me- :.' .' otiv operators.
ped the : ---_ "__,_-r
p some R. C under, es h
in spite n erh s .
of the
is sche- 0 Seats OP Board
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Natiowi i EL ploye Aw rds M '. t (. h.ilr-r's Office ,i.'." ter .ii -, l Ir in.'I.'i-t jl
timnvide Empluyee Award.s ,.II Il,...t number oLt ,ojes and 11..,i .,, Bureau, 1,748
c;t by Non-U.S. t:Tr'"l em- and .1.. --... Adminis-
Syees of the Canal organize trii' ltisn, 1,619
Tenth Year 01' Inrentive Proi m \ /Insranc 0ifon,..rcndidates reeiV-
th fear H R, VE Tr ?aCnalf orzon(memlishii ns a ,,,,;, ,.r candidates receiv-
Employees of the Panama Can- particularly effect in e, Board. Six bers and three ranging down from
al are eligible for special national couraging or helpit their em- alternate w -ctd. Re-ill f voting by United
awards that will be presented ployees to make valutile contri- When votAiu'- e counted by States .tizen employees for
next November 30 in Washington, buttons. groups of volunteers during the five men ers of the Canal Zone
D. C., to a number of federal A continuing effort will be past two Saturdays (See to Group Inrurance Board wera
workers who have made notable made during the year guide in Spanish Section), Callendc announced*last week.
contributions toward increasing employees toward a search for was found to have polled 3,03 In addition to the elected
efficiency and economy in U. S. useful and valuable ideas, ballots. members, the revised by-
Government operations. Each agency is to make its Second was Cecil Springer of laws of the PCGIB provide
,The awards will mark a decade awards by October 1 for conside- the Health Bureau with 2,732 that the Canal organization
of progress under the Govern- ration by the Civil Service Con- votes. Cecil G. Callender of the has an additional voting
ment Incentive Awards Act. ac. mission. Engineering and Construction >.member who is named by
cording to Civil Service Commis- ,,,_____ Bureau was third with 2,478 'he Governor.
sion Chairman John W. Macy, Jr. THIS WEEK'S VISITORS votes. George L. Edgchill of William E. Zemites, Chief of
Award winners will be selected December 30 Juanuary 5 the Marine Bureau p laced the Employee Services Branch,
from among those nominated by Miraflores Locks ..... 1,850 fourth with 2,189. Joseph N. has been appointed.
their agencies for achievement in Gatun Locks ..740 Alleyne of Supply and Commu- The Canal Zone Group Insur-
such categories as cost reduction, Las Cruces, 3 trips 350 nity Service Bureau and Tho- ance Board is composed of.
increased productivity, methods Rena Manuelita, mas L. Edghill of Central Em- elected or appointed civilian
improvement, man-hour savings trips .............. 37 ployment Office were fifth and employees of the Army, Navy,
and advancement of agency mis- Passenger ships (2)... 1,400 sixth with 2,015 and 1,972 votes Air Force, Federal Aviation
sions. respectively. Agency and other federal
Awards will also go to selected GRAND TOTAL ...... 4,377 Three alternates chosen were agencies, in addition to the Ca-
supervisors who have done a Alfred C. Bushell of Civil At- nal organization.


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the joint communique, there I request the cooperation of
are no official locations where all U.S. citizens at this time in
only one flag is flown. Working honoring our country's com-
with senior officials of the Ca- mitments and in showing our
nal Zone Government, and in good faith by our own actions.
discussions with members of We must set the example and
the community, we established some recent actions have not
a number of appropriate loca- been good in view of an inter-
tions to fly the two flags. This national commitment of the
list was reviewed in Washing- United States.
ton. Details concerning these At the same time, I will say
locations were given in a press
release on December 30. that the list of official loca-
I believe that it is unneces- tions at which the two flags
sary for me to dwell at length are to be flown is not final and
on the responsibilities of U.S. absolute. Should the various
citizens to abide by the official communities desire dual flag
commitments of their govern- displays at other locations it is
ment. I would, however, like possible that we car -':nake ap-
to emphasize that we have a propriate .li;ti.,,,li. ..'consonan-
particular responsibility here ce wit.l. iur international com-
in th. CjtiaJl Zune hlI-re .,nr n ii .-hiii lii r e- 3 r 1
at. ii ns ji s' hject to JI I .i.1 1' '., ili,. ic .iJuncili
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An opportunity in the rapidly
expanding field of automation is
open to both U.S. and non-U.S.
citizens. It is the opportunity to
take an aptitude test for digital
computer programming being of-
fered all Panama Canal em-
ployees, and others interested,
who meet minimum requirements
It is expected that there will be
six positions to be filled.
The test will identify persons
with a high potential for perform-
ing the duties of programming
a computer. The positions will
be in the Office of the Comptrol-
ler, to be filled soon, with grades


C. Z. Girl Scouts


Set Tea Jan. 1!;


technical, investigative, or other
responsible work which has de-
from NM-5 to NM-11. Persons
selected will be given intensive
training.
Programming may be described
briefly as the conversion of gen-
eralized or detailed plans and
flow charts of operational se-
quences into detailed machine
instructional steps coded into a
language acceptable to the com-
puter; the development of test
data and routines to verify com-
pleteness and adequacy of com-
puter programs; and the prepa-
ration of operator instructions.
Minimum requirements are
three years of general experience
in administrative, professional,


monstrated the ability needed
to enter and progress in the pro-
gramming field.
Experience of routine clerical
nature is not qualifying. College
study may be substituted at the
rate of one year for nine months
of experience.
Those interested in taking the
test should furnish the following
information to the Personnel Di-
rector (through division head) by
January 16: Name, 1. P. number,
present position and division, of-
fice phone, postoffice address,
age, education, and a brief sum-
mary of experience.
Applicants will be notified later
of the date and time of the test.


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READY FOR BUSINESS Mercedes T. Palomeras, Passenger Rate
Assistant, in front, and others of the Travel Branch are ready to
serve Canal employees. In background are Maurice Shapiro (See
Page 4) Inspector George G. Hoffman, and Mrs. Beatrice Lee, Chief of
Recruitment and Repatriation.


Travel Branch Has Complex Miss Owens Here Rgial Pds To e ExEi ied


The President's Tea of the
Canal Zone Girl Scout Council,
Inc., will be held Sunday, Jan-
uary 12, at the Fort Amador
Officers' Club. Leaders and as-
sistant leaders will have an op-
portunity, at this tea, to meet
the members of the Board of
Directors who are taking of-
fice in January.
Miss Gertrude D. Owens,
new executive director, Canal
Zone Girl Scout Council. Inc.,
is expected to arrive on the
Isthmus the latter part of this
week and at the tea will meet
the Board of Directors. leaders,
assistant leaders and people of
the community who give of
their time and talents to Gir!
Scouting.
Miss Owens was born in Fall
Kiver, Mass. She attended col-
lege in Washington, D. C., and
later earned a degree in Social
Sciences from Florida Southern
College. She has been a profes-
sional Scout since 1950 and prior
to that time was a Scout volun-
teer giving her time to being
a leader, trainer and camp
director. She has held many
positions in civic and pl.ifes-
sional organizations, among
these the Y. W. C. A., National
Association of Girl Scout Pro-
fessionals and the American
Camping Association.


The Panama Canal will par-
ticipate again this year in the re-
gional fair of the District of Ocu
in Herrera Province. The sixth
observance of this fair is sche-
duled for January 24 through 26,
coinciding with the traditional
festival of Saint Sebastian, patron
saint of Ocu.
The Summit Garden burros
will again make the trip to
Ocu to offer rides to the
smallfry. A selectrovision
unit, shadow boxes and the
Panama Canal film will be
shown.
This year, as in past years, the
Ocu fair will feature agricultural
and industrial exhibits along with
examples of folklore. Cattkl, hor-
ses, pigs, dogs and poultry will
t,. .= 2 C A,
parade of champion stock will be
followed by the award of tro-
phies.
Regional products, such as corn,
rice. coffee, beans and fruits will
be displayed in booths. These also
will be for sale.
Prizes and diplomas will be
awarded for the best exhibits.
Lectures will be given and train-
ing films shown.
The industrial exhibits will
range from the tiniest of radios
to the large type of tractors
employed in mechanized agri-
culture.


Contrasting trends will also
be emphasized, with the mo-
dern industrial advances pre-
sented side by side with the
exhibits of small industry of
the region.
Traditional exhibitions of horse-
back riding will be given. And
there will be a day of informal
bullfights, cockfights and other
performances associated with
rustic holidays. There will also'
be a special program of dances
and songs.


AFGE Lodge 14


Rejoins CLU

Lodge No. 14, American
Federation of Government Em-
ployees, AFL-CIO, has reaf-
filiated with the Canal Zone
Central Labor Union, effective
January 1, 1964.
Lodge No. 14 will hold its re-
gular monthly meeting on 1he
Pacific side at 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Tivoli G uest
House.
The regular monthly meeting
on the Atlantic side will be at
7:30 p.m. Friday. Jan. 17, at
the Margarita Service Center.


More Canal Zone College Courses

(Continued From Last Week's Issue of The Spillway)


Almost all employees and their
S dependents who travel to and
from the United States are fam-
iliar with the many functions of
the Transportation Branch of the
Administrative Services Division.
The Branch has just passed its
first anniversary in its present
location in the Balboa Railroad
.Station.
T. he Chief of the Transportation
Branch is George Vieto who has
been employed in transportation

Thee ranch is composed of
two sections, the Recruit-
ment and Repatriation. Sec-
S non which is supervised by
Mrs. Beatrice E. Lee, and the
Official Business, Home Leave,
and Steamship Travel Section
under Fred E. Wells.
The Branch's mission is to ar-
range and authorize all official
travel performed by officials and
employees of the Company/Gov-
ernment and the transportation
S of their families and household
goods for recruitment, leave, re-
patriation, and official duty de-
tails. It also acts as the Pas-
S senger Traffic Department for
the SS Cristobal and in this ca-
pacity issues the tickets and as-
signs berths.
Vieto has seen the Branch
grow from two employees who
handled employees' routine leave
requests and repatriation travel
under Public Law 600 to its pre-
sent complement of eight who ad-
minister the complex United
States travel rules and regula-
S tions of government-paid trans-


COURSE TITLE
Vocal Music (Cont'd)

Music Conducting, Vocal (Cont'd)

French, 1st Sem.

French, 2nd Serm.

German, 1st Scm.

Russian, 2nd Sem.

H. S. Geometry

Trigonometry

Zoology Lab. (Cont'd)
Astronomy & Space Concepts

Astronomy Lab

Oceanography
(Lab Saturday)
Philosophy

Modern Mathematics for
Elementary Teachers
Modern Mathematics for
Parents
Drawing, Mech & Engr.

Portrait Painting

Physical Education for Men
(Bowling/Swimmnilig)
Physical Education for Women
(Swinmming/Bowling)
Oceanography Lab

Surveying


Interior Design & lome
Furnishings


portation.
Since 1950 the work of the
Transportation Branch has in-
creased to include not only re-
patriation travel but recruitment
travel formerly handled by our
Washington office, Home Leave
travel; Educational travel, and
the transportation of privately-
owned motor vehicles.
In June of 1959 the Passenger
Department of the Panama Line
was consolidated with the Branch.
In the last two years new em-
plloyce benefits added conside-
rably to the Branch's work load.
S One regulation provides for
the granting or one round-
trip at government expense
to students attending colleges
or universities in the United
States.
The other authorizes the ship-
ping of privately-owned motor
vehicles to or from the United
States on recruitment, repatria-
tion, and under certain conditions
on return from Home Leave.
Arrangements are in the pro-
cess of being made to add the
customs inspection on the Isth-
mus of employees' household
goods and personal effects to
their other duties.
The Transportation Branch
makes arrangements for all
modes of transportation in addi-
tion to sea transportation air,
train, buses, and when required
they take care of arrangements
for ill persons to assure ani-


airs, COURSE TITLE DAYS
the PERIOD 13-14 (7:40-9:30 or 7:40-9:05 p.m.)
Typing, 3rd, 4th, 5th Sem. MW
(7:40-9:30)
Risk & Insurance MW
(7:40 9:05)
Principles of Teaching MW
(7:40-9:05)
Drama Lab. MW
(7:40-9:30)
Spanish, 1st Sem. MW
(7:05-9:30)
Spanish, 2nd Sem. MW
(7:05-9:30)
German, 2nd Sem. MW
; (7:05-9:30)
Introd. to Library Science MW
S (7:40-9:051
Physics Lab. (Cont'd) M
World Civilization from 1650 MW
(7:40-9:05)
U. S. History to 1876 MW
I(7:40-9:05)
U. S. History Since 1876 MW
(7:40-9:05)
Russia in the 20th Century MW
(7:40-9:05)
U. S. Government IMW
(7:40-9:05)
Physics Lab M
(6:30-9:30)
Journalism MW
(7:40-9:30)
S Sociology MW
S(7:40-9:05)
Psychology, Elem. MW
1963 (7:40-9:05)
Shorthand, 4th Sem. TTh
'an- (7:05 9:30)
May Fed. Income Tax, 2nd Sem. TTh
(7:40-9:30)
esty Hotel & Restaurant Trrh
Management (7:40-9:05)
'esy Descriptive Geometry TTh
(7:'0-9;30)


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Canal Zone Carnival Queen were on hand Friday evening when I
ama's Junta and Queens raised the 1964 Carnival flags a+ 5th of I
P J1aa, Santa Ana Park and Cathedral Park. At left Is Her Maj
Ana Cecilia 1, 1963 Panama Carnival Queen, and right Her Maj
fluby Bacet 1, the 1963 Canal Zone Carnival Queen.


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January 10, 1964


Prison Students Enact Drama


To Mark Feast Of Wise Men


S P I IL W q A Y


A drama, "Arrival of the Three
Wise Men," was chosen as the
first Christmas play ever pre-
sented at the Gamboa .Peniten-
tiary by the prisoners.
The roles were interpreted by
students of the Gamb'a Peni-
tentiary Elementary School, and
the play was a highlight of a re-
cent special program arranged by
Warden W. II. Munyon and teach-
ers of the Canal Zone Latin
Aminrican schools assigned to. the
institution's teaching staff.
The program was as follows:
Opening remarks by student
3254, fourth grade; reading of
best compositions on the sub-
ject "'Christmas" (tNa'vdades):
First place, student 2663, third
grade; second place, stulient :254,
fourth grade; and third 'place,
student 3163, third grade,
Guest artists were Rupert
Henry, vocalist, and a Paraiso
High School combo, and The
Twilights, a singing group.
The singing of Christmas carols
by the Gamboa Penitentiary Ele-
mentary School chorus with stu-
dent 3340 as soloist, followed the
presentation of the drama. Clos-
ing remarks were by student-
3157.
Guests included Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe, P. J. Murphy. Chief of
Police E. S. Shipley, the Rev. C.
A. Morales, the Rev. E. M. Hed-
den, Dr. Kenneth E. Lake. A. E.
Osborne and E. L. Fawcett.
Before Christmas, a Gamboa
Penitentiary prisoner played the
role of Santa Claus at the an-
nual Christmas party given by the
Penitentiary for the children of
the Panama school at Pan de Azu-
car. The school is located on the
Trans Isthmian Highway in the
Republic of Panama and here
455 toys and other items were
presented the school children and
to the school.


The latter gifts included a
desk, three chairs, and other
items that were, obsolete but
were repaired, painted, and
given the school.
A caravan of three vehicles, a
Gamboa Penitentiary Santa Claus,
three minimum custody prison-
ers, police and guard personnel
of the penitentiary also delivered
912 toy,, candy, and other items
to the Escuela Santos Jorge A.
in ChIlibre. Republic of Pan;aima.
Gamhonl a Penientiary personnel
donated $35 and 10 pounds of
candy o to he Christmas Toy Ca-
rayv.a. The money was u-ed to
purchase dolls, toys, and ca,;dy
for the school cl ildren.
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Crislumbal Iigh Schiool won
ten events in the 13-event pro-
grain to defeat Balboa in the
first trask meet' of the year
last Frimay. 79i2 to 60'2.
Due lo a brisk wind at Coco
Solo Staldium, no records were
broken. Ray Ramirez of CHS
and Jim VXiddehe of Balboa
each won two events in the
meet.
Following are the results of
the first meet:
120 yd. high hurdles: Bara-
nick. CHS, :16.5; 100 yd. dash:
Ramirez, CHS, :10.2; mile run:
Sullivan, CHIS. 4:52.6; 440 yd.
dash: Bremer, BHS. :52.5; 440
yd. relay: CHS, :46.4; 180 yd.
low hur:dles: Ryan. CIIS, :22.3;
880 yd. run: Troseth, CHS,
2:10.8; 220 yd. dash: Ramirez,
CHS, :24.2: pole vault: Docke-
ry, CIIS. 10'6"; high jump:
Burgener, CHS, 5' 7"; shot put:
Wid dech e, BITS, 56' 2'";
discus: Widdcche, BHS. 148'7
% ; broad jump: Sanders,
CIIS, 19' 4 3/4".


THEATER SCHEDULE

WEEK DEGiNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
ALL NIGHT SHOWS BEGIN AT 7:00 P.M. EXCEPT AS SHOWN


BALBOA
Sat. Sun. 2:30 6:15 8:30
Monday 7:30
Tuesday 7:30
Wednesday 7:30
Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:00
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday
Tuesday -
Wednesday
Thursday -
Friday -
Friday, Owl Show 10:30 p.m.

GAMBOA
Saturday night 8:15 p.m.
Sunday -
Monday -
Tuesday
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday -
COCO SOLO
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday -
Tuesday
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday -
MARGARITA
Saturday night
Sunday 2.00 7:00
Monday
Tuesday -
Wedn:esday -
Thursday -
Friday -
Friday, Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
GATUN
Saturday night
Sunday 2:00 7:00
Monday. -
Tuesday
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday
SPECIAL
BALBOA 10:00 a.n

COCO SOLO 2:00 p.n
DIABLO IiTS. 2:00 p.n
GAMBOA 6:15 p.n
GATUN 2:00 p.n
MARGARITA 2.00 p.n


DONOVAN'S REEF
DONOVAN'S REEF
'THE MEN
FOR LOVE OR MONEY
FOR LOVE OR MIONE'
ATHENA

LILIES OF TIE FIELD
MY SIX LOVES
NO DOWN PAYMENT
REACH FOR GLORY
INNOCENT MEETING -
SING BOY SING
THE SfIEEPMAN
WOMEN FROM HEADQUARTERS
and CASE OF THE TWO BROTHERS

THtREE LITTLE WORDS
THE NUTTY PROFESSOR
NO SHOW
INNOCENT MEETING
REACH FOR GLORY
NO SHOW
MY SIX LOVES

THE GREAT ESCAPE
THE GlEIAT1 ESCAPE
THIE BRAVADOS
SO EVIL, SO YOUNG
A TICKLISH AFFAlIR
A TICKLISII AFFAIR
FORBIDDEN PLANET

TIHE MINIVER STORY
THE THRILL OF IT ALL
THE THRILL OF IT ALL
THE YOUNG LIONS
TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY
THE STORY OF TREE LOVES
THREE LITTLE WORDS
MILLION DOLLAR PURSUIT

THE RELUCTANT SAINT
LILIES. OF THE FIELD
NO SHOW
THE STORY OF THREE LOVES
NO SHOW
THE YOUNG LIONS
THE THRILL OF IT ALL
SATURDAY SHOWS
n. UTAH WAGON TRAIN and serial
Ghost Of Zorro Chapters 9-10
i. PIONEER MARSHALL and serial
i. FORT DODGE STAMPEDE and serial
m. ARIZONA MANHUNT and serial
a. RAINBOW OVER TEXAS and serial
a COME NEXT SPRING


CAPT. JOHN M. STUART of Lincoln Life Insurance shakes hands with Governor Robert J. Fleming,, Jr.,
along the third base line prior to the start of the first game of the 1964 Litile League season last Fri-
day. In that first game Elks defeated Spur Cola 11 to 2. Prior to the start of the game the Governor
shook hands with the managers and players in the six team league and threw out the first ball to opea
the season.

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The Most Reverend Marcos
G. McGrath, Vicar Capitular of
the Archdiocese of Panama,
will speak at the January
meeting of the Panama Canal
Women's W'elfare Gr-ouup. The
meeting vwiil be at ) a.m. Fri-
iday, Jan. 17. instead of Mon- .
day. Jan. 20.
Bi i ho p MIct;Gr:tlh's subject
will be "Hlow you can help
those who help lheinselves." A
question and answer period will"
follow his talk.


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January 10-Christmas tree
burnings in many neighbor-
hoods.
January 10-Inauguration of
art show by English painter
Graham Redgrave Rust at
the Panama Institute of Art.
January 17-Crossroads Chap-
ter of Sweet Adelines dance
at Skyroom, Cristobal.
January 21-26-Fifth Agricult-
tural and Industrial Fair at
Ocu, Province of Herrera.
January 28-Opening of exhibit
of paintings by Colombian
aitis( liernando Lcinailre. at
Panama Institute of Art.



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It will be like "apple-cart up-
set" at the Canal Zone College
next week when audiences arriv-
ing to attend the musical comedy
"The Fantasticks" see what's hap-
pened to the auditorium.
The seats all have been turned
around, some of the audience
will be sitting on the stage, and
the musical will take place on a
platform at the rear of the audi-
torium.
Those wishing to attend this
refreshing, unusual musical may
telephone tile Canal Zone Cllege
office, 2-2380. and reserve tickets
to "be picked up the evening they
wish to attend. '-The Fantasticks"
will run from Tuesday through
Saturday.


DENNIS FERNANDEZ LETS LOOSE w.ih a pitch for the Elks in last
week's opener of the 1954 Litie League season. Waiting for thi,
pitch is Bobby Rankin of Spur Coia. FernanJoz wen th. distance for
the Elks in beating Spur Cola 11 to 2. Gov. Fleming threw out tha.
first ball. (The ball may be seen just below tha end of the bha.)
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JIMMY LAVENDAR of Spur Cola trots to first ba;e foflowin;- a r ':t
tn the opening game of the Little League season. VWatching Jtmrin s
approach first base is Billy Brooks, Elks firstbaseman (10). ThG Ea.-,
tean won the first game of the year 11 to 2 ovcr Spur Cols.


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Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


Jan


uary 3, 1964


PEOPLE I fir'NTH POLlIGrHT

PREPARATION OF TRAVEL ORDERS for eligible persons going to the United States or other
countries is one of the many complex duties of Passenger Rate Assistants'in the Travel Branc
The most direct routes, the least expensive, the quickest and those requiring least per diem a
sought. In addition an attempt is made to provide the traveler with adequate opportunities f
getting food and rest. Rate Assistants also try to help Canal employees plan the best connection
for "indirect travel" beyond their official point of destination.


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FORSAKING A SHIP-DECK AT SEA for a desk-
top at the Balboa Heights office of the Travel
Branch was not too much of a change in duties
for the newest Passenger Rate Assistant who is
W. Richard Shapiro. As Assistant Purser. and
Relieving Chief Purser aboard the SS Cristo-
bal, and previously aboard other passenger
liners, he has been dealing with routes and fares
for 16 years. Before joining Water Transporta-
tion in April 1962 he had worked out of New
Orleans aboard Alcoa, Delta and Luckenbach
ships. Born in Honduras where his father was
a fruit company employee, Shapiro grew up bi-
lingual, went to school in the tropics, Texas and
Louisiana. He had a time-honored reason for
leaving the sea a shipboard romance that led
to the altar last year. His bride was a Canal
Zone girl, Katherine Melanson. They live in
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From John Martin of London,
a war-blinded British veteran,
came an unusual response after
a transit of the waterway and a
unique request for a "sound
picture." Martin wrote in part:
"My wife and I had the great
pleasure of passing through the
Panama Canal earlier this year,
and it was my intention to make
a tape recording the fascinating
commentary you people gave the
passengers through the ship's
public address system. Unfor-
tunately my portable tape record-
er broke down, and there was not
time to get it repaired.
'I try to send as many in-
teresting tapes as I can to
ether blind people in all parts
of the world, because I know
kow much these sound pic-
Ores mean to them.
"Could you possibly help me
out by sending me a dual track
tape at 1/8 I.P.S., so that I can
pass it on to all my blind tape
pals!"
"Naturally you could not send
mTe a full commentary such as
we were lucky enough to hear -
but I wonder if you could send
me a shortened version giving
us all the essential facts, figures
and the history of the Canal?
"I first passed through in 1918
when I had perfect eyesight, and
I still regard the Panama Canal
as one of the Seven Wonders of
the modern world."
A special tape recording of
"A Trip Though the Panama


OFFICIAL NOTICES

During the absence from the
Isthmus of Paul M. Run-
nestrand, the Acting Executive
Secretary will be F. G. Duns-
moor, and J. Patrick Conley
will serve as Deputy Executiv.e
Secretary.


Canal" has been prepared
and sent to Martin for his
enjoyment, and for distribu-
tion to other blind persons.
Governor Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
gave the introduction to the com-
mentary, and the general narra-
tion was done by Frederic J.
Berest of the Canal Zone Guide
Service.



Three Independents

Enter PCBA Tourney
Three independent t e a m s
have entered the 23rd Annual
P.C.B.A. Tournament at Al-
brook Bowling Center February
29 to March 8. The three teams
will be the Police, Postoffice
and Chrome-Domes contingents.
"Curly" Bates' Curundu Pro
Shop will sponsor the Police
and Postoffice t e a m s. The
Police team includes George
Martin, Joe McDonald, Gayle
Fortner, Dick Soyster and Bob
Toland.
The Postoffice squad will
have Bud Balcer, Dick Hogan,
Don Rudy, Bob Snyder and Ron
Mead. Balcer, Hogan and Rudy
have all been finalists in three
of the four SCN-TV Invitational
Bowling Tournaments.
The Chrome-Domes are rated
among the favorites to take the
team title. The "hiarless won-
ders" will include "Pepe" Da-
mian, T o n y Luttenberger,
"Dutch" DeJong, Earl Best and
Bob Daniels.
The closing date for entries
is February 15. Three shifts in
the tournament have been re-
served for teams from the
Atlantic Side. Tournament of-
ficials urge all teams to get
their entries in as soon as pos-
sible.


Claims Branch Sets

Retirement Party

For Alwyn Deleon

Alwyn DeLeon is retiring from
the Claims Branch of the Pan-
ama Canal Company and a re-
tirement party will be held in
his honor at the Tivoli Guest
House Patio, January 31, 1964
at 6:30 p.m. There will be cock-
tails, food, music for dancing
by Lucho Azearraga and a
Comptrollers Follies floor show
directed by Mrs. Faye Wheeler.
Tickets at $5 per person can be
obtained by contacting the
Claims Branch, R. Roche 2-2504
or B. Peterson 2-2538.


Open Season Now


:h. On Life Insurance
re
or
ns or Non-Citizens
An "Open Season" will be de-
claired from March 1, to April 1
for the Group Life Insurance
Plan for non-U.S. citizen em-
ployees of U. S. federal agencies
on the Zone. Employees who
have not subscribed may do so
then without a medical examina-
tion.
This is the plan on which it
was recently announced the pre-
mium has been reduced from 2712
cents to 25 cents per pay period
for each thousand dollars of cov-
erlage.
The good record of this life
insurance coverage is responsible
for the reduction in premium.
Initially the Group Life In-
surance Plan for non-U. S. citi-
I zen employees was set at the
27' cents per thousand figure
under the contract with United
of Omaha.


SGoing Places?


Going touring, sightseeing, or
visiting during dry season?
Many will. As a reader service,
here are mileages to some
places you may wish to include
on your routes:
Arraijan ............... 8
Chorrera ............... 20
Capira .................. 34
Bejuco ................. 46
Chame ................. 48
San Carlos ............ 58
El Valle ............... 62
Santa Clara ........... 73
Rio Halo ............... 75
Ant6n ................... 81
Penonome .............. 93
N ata ...................114
Aguadulce .............:120
Pocri .......... ........ 121
Divisa ................. 134
Santa Maria ............136
Parita ...................150
Chitr6 .................. 157
............ 317
Pes ....................165
Guarar6 ................ 174
Las Tablas ............176
Mensab6 ................ 184
Oc .................... 144
Santiago .............. 157
San Francisco .........170
Soni ................ .. 186
Remedies ..............243
David .................. 302
Concepci6n .............317
Boquete ................320
Pedregal ............... 308
Volcan .................337



tre Ofzia ers gh opes

B / tl ai .tic Lood r e

The Atlantic Locks Coopera-
tive Club (Non-U.S. Citizen)
held their annual election of of-
ficers two weeks ago.
The newly elected officials
are: Ezrah E. Cargill, presi-
dent: Victor H. Archbold, se-
cretary: Arnold Best, trea-
surer; Mickell William, trustee.


MARIE HERBLIN gained her first experience In
federal travel techniques during World War II when,
as a Navy employee here, she worked first on in-
dcuctions for new employees, then evacuation of de-
pendents, and later the processing of the first wo-
men workers recruited as a group for this area. In
1952 she came with the Canal in personnel work,
and in 1959 transferred to the duties now handled
by the Travel Branch. Her designation is now Pas-
senger Rate Assistant, and she finds that her work
continues to present daily challenges. Mrs. Herblin
Is married to James D. Herblin of the Accounting
Division. Their home is in Los Rios. While they
enjoy a swim now and then, she finds that reading
- almost everything and playing records -
classical and semi-classical fill up most of her leisure
time.


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War-Bliided London Tourist Sought

Sound Picture Of Canal Hie Once Saw


January 10 Friday Girls volleyball CHS vs.
BHS (A & B), 5 p.m.
Triangular track meet at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
Boys tennis CHS vs.
CZC, 7 p.m.
January 14 Tuesday Girls volleyball BHS vs.
CZC (A), 5 p.m.
Boys tennis BHS vs.
CZC, 5 p.m.
January 17 Friday Girls volleyball CZC vs.
CHS (A), 5 p.m.
S" Boys tennis CZC vs.
BHS, 5 p.m.
January 20 Monday Baseball practice starts.
January 24 Friday Girls volleyball CHS vs.
BHS (B), 5 p.m.
Girls volleyball CHS vs.
CZC (A), 6 p.m.
Boys tennis CHS vs.
BHS, 5 p.m.
January 24 and 25 Friday and Saturday Bal-
boa Relays.
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SCN- TV



SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel 01 The Air
4:00-Contrails
4:30-Communism-Myth
vs. Reality
5:00-Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Exploring
7:30-Danny rhomas
8:00---E Sullivan
8:50-WEEKEND NEWS IN
REVIEW
9:00-Steve Allen
IC:15-Curt Massey
10:30-What's My Line?
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: Circle Theater
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--bagic Land od
Alakazam
5:30-It's A Wonderful
World
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Photography The
Incisive Art
7:00-I've Got A Secret
7.30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN NEWS
S:00-Movietime -
"Carnegie Hall"
Sl:15-Final Edition
11:30-Encore: Danny
Thomas
TUESDAY
4:50--BILLBOARD
5:00-First Edition
5:05--KIDS KLUB
5:30-Gale Storm
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-Bienvenido
7:15-Armed Forces News
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Thin Man
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Armchair Theater
"Yesterday and
Today"
10:00-Jack Paar
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan
WEDNESDAY

4:50--BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:3C-Sports Spectacular
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Around and About
7:15-Newsreel
7:30--Bob Newhart
8:00--The Lieutenant
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Tenn. Ernie Ford
9:30-Ted Mack
10:00-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Zane Grey
Theater.
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00--FIRST EoITION
5:05-KIDS KLOB
5:30-Science in Action
6:00-FOUR STAR
EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-College Bowl
7::30-Flight
8:00--Sing Along with
Mitch
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Playhouse 90
10:15-EBF The Story of
Palomar
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Enc: The
Lieutenant
FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05--American
Bandstand
5:45-Curt Massey
6:00-4 STAR EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Price Is Right
7:30-Candid Camera
S:00-Hoolenariny
8:55-SCN NEWS.
9:00--Jerry Lewis
10:00-Fiqht Of The Week
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:15-Saturday Double
Feature -
"Carneg'e Hall"
and "Yesterday and
Today"
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00--Sere's Edi
7:30--0 Tell the Truth
8:00-Lowrnce. Welk
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00--U.S. Steel Hour
10:00-Wrestling
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen










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"eclaraciones del Gobernador al Gobernador de la Zona del
Fleming en replica a pregun- Canal en el sentido de izar am-
-tas formuladas por los Con- bas banderas diariamente en
sejos Civicos del Pacifico. el Tritingulo Shaler. El Presi-
Coulo Gobernador de la 7o- dente Eisenhower manifest
na del Canal, consider que ha que espcraba que su decision
ilegado el moment de que re- demostrase los continuados la-
pita, para cada resident esta- zos (amistosos) que existian
dounidense .de la Zona del Ca- entire los pueblos de Estados
mal. cierta informaci6n funda- Unidos y de la Republica de
mental en lo concerniente al PanamA y entire sus gobiernos.
enarbolamiento de las banderas Posteriormenle el asunto fue
dle Estados Unidos y Panama discutido directamente entire el
en la Zona del Canal. A la luz Presidente Kennedy y el Pre-
de recientes desenvolvimientos sidente Chiari y el 13 de junio
rs evidence que existen ciertos de 1962, ellos expidieron un
malentendimientos relatives a comunicado conjunto que con-
las responsabilidades de ciuda- tenia el siguiente p i rr a f o:
danos de Estados Unidos en es- "Tambi6n convinieron en que
te asunto. sus representantes, concerta-
La cuesti6n de ondear las rni el enarbolamiento de la
banderas en la Zona del Canal bandera de Panama en forina
hn sido debatida por muchos apropiada en la Zona del Ca-
nios entire representantes de nal'.
!Estados Unidos y de Panama. Siguiendo instrucciones del
iEn septiembre de 1960 el Pre- Presidente Kennedy. represen-
;sidente Eisenhower, instruyo tantes de Estados Unidos dis-


cutieron con los de Panama va-
rias formas de aplicar el espi-
ritu e intenci6n del comunicado
conjunto. Con la venia presi-
dencial los gobiernos acorda-
ron que "la bandera de la Re-
p0blica de Panamii sera izada
junto con la de Estados Unidos
de America sobre tierra en la
Zona del Canal alli donde la
bandera de Estados Unidos sea
enarbolada por las autoridades
civiles. Las organizaciones pri-
vadas y los particulares en la
Zona estin en libertad de des-
plegar banderas sobre sus re-
silencias o negocios".
Como Gobernador de la Zona
del Canal, me cupo la respon-
sabildad de establecer esos
sitios donde las banderas de-
ben ser izadas conjuntamente
y prevenir que. conform al co-
municado conjunto. no hubiese
sitios oficiales done solo se
enarbolase una bandera. Tra-
bajando con altos funcionarios


COMPR
del gobierno de la Zona del Ca-
nal y en discusiones con miem-
bros de la comunidad, acorda-
mos un ncmero apropiado de
locales donde izar ambas ban-
deras. Esa list fue examina-
da en Washington. En diciem-
bre 30, mediante un comunica-
do de prensa, se ofrecieron los
particulares relatives a esas lo-
calidades.
Creo que es innecesario que
me refiera extensamente a las
responsabilidades que recaen
sobre los ciudadanos de Esta-
dos Unidos de sujetarse-a los
compromises oficiales de su go-
bierno. Si me gustaria, sin em-
bargo, hacer 6nfasis en que
aqui en la Zona del Canal, don-
de nuestros actos, estAn suje-
tos al escrutinio director de ciu-
dadanos de otros paises. tene-
mos una responsabilidad ma-
yor.
Solicito la cooperaci6n de to-
dos los ciudadanos de Estados


ENS ON
Unidos en estos moments pa-
ra honrar los compromises de-
nuestro pais, demostrando nues-
tra buena f6 mediante nuestras
propias acciones. Debemos dar
el ejemplo y algunas de nues-
tras acciones recientes no han -
sido ejemplares a la luz de
compromises internacionales de
Estados 4nidos.
Debo tambien manifestar que
la. list de lugares oficiales en
los cuales deben endear am-
bas banderas no es final y ab-
soluta. Si las diversas comuni-
dades deseasen el despliegue
dual de las banderas en otros
sitios, es possible que pudi6se- -
mos realizar adiciones apropia-
das en consonancia con nues-
tros compromises internaciona-
les. En este respect espero el
asesoramiento de los Consejos
Civicos con relaci6n al queere
de las conunidades.


k.1. McG61th AnIte

I.as Damas de! Canal
l Morsefor M a r c o s G. Mc
IGrath, Vicario Capitular de la
jArquidi6cesis de Panama, di-
isertara en la reunion de ene-
iro de las Damas del Canal de
TPanama. La reunion se llevara
!a cabo el viernes 17 de enero
,a las 9 a.m., en vez del 20 de
t nero.
iEl tema del Obispo McGrath
Iser: "C6mo puede usted ayu-
c:ar a aquellos que se ayudan a
,si mismos". Habri ademis uri
[period.-' de preguntas y res-
:puest,, ;pues de su diserta-
lcion.
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VOLUNTARIOS de las comunidades Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, efect6an el recuento de los votos dep
gir a los dignatarios de la Junta Directiva de Seguros. En la mesa del frente estan, de izquierda a derecha: W. E
Ara. Al fondo aparecen A. N. Lewis, A. M. Webster, la seriorita D. S. Samuels, S. A. Campbell, la senorita S.
Bayne, la sefiorita D. L. Oakley, V. H. Archbold, W. E. Clarke y la seinorita J. A. Gordon. Tambi6n estuvo prose;
re en la fotografia, S. Graham.


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Vol. II No. 30 VIERNES, Enero 10, 1964


PPRTICIPARA DE NUEVO

EL PANAMA CANAL EN LA

'FERIA ANNUAL DE OCU
Con todo entusiasmo avanzan los preparati-
vos para la celebraci6n de la Sexta Feria Regio-
nal de Ocu que como todos los aiios tendra
verificativo del 24 al 26 de enero. Este event
S coincide con las Fiestas Patronales en que se
honra a San Sebastian, Santo Patrono de Ocu,
S poblaci6n situada en la Provincia de Herrera y
I. que dista solo 144 millas de la capital de Panama.
La Feria tienen various aspec- no y vacuno, much de los cua-
tos y cubre variadas actividades: rante la nisma se tiene oportuni-
)agricultura, ganaderia, industrial, dad de admirar magnificos ejem-
Atemas folkl6ricos y culturales. Du- (Pasa a la Pagina 2)
AGUADULC.E


ELEGIDOS MIEMBROS DE LA


JUNIA D)b SLUUKU LULLniiVU
Reginald Callender, de la Contraloria, recibi6 la mayor cantidad de vo-
tos depositados por los empleados de la organizaci6n del Canal de Panama
para elegir a los miembros no estadounidenses de la Junta de Seguro Co-
lectivo de la Zona del Canal. Callender recibi6 3037 votos.
Los otros miembros principles elegidos por el voto de los empleados
fueron: Cecil Springer, de la Direcci6n de Salubridad, con 2732 votos; Cecil
G. Callender, de la Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, 2478; George
L. Edghill, de la Direccion de Marina, 2189; Joseph N. Alleyne, de la Direc-
cion de Abastos y Servicios Comunales,-2015 y Thomas L. Edghill, de la
Oficina Central de Empleos, 1972.
Los suplentes elegidos son: Alfred C. Bushell, de Ta Direcci6n de Asun-
tos Civiles, 1790; Webster Marshall, de la Direcci6n de Transportes y Ter-
minales. 1748 y James N. Howell, de la Divisi6n de Servicios Administra-
tivos, 1619.
Otros nueve candidates reeibieron tambidn votos en esta elecci6n
de dignatarios.
Ademas hubo otros 168 empleados no estadounidenses que recibieron
votos.



MUCHAS FUNCIONES LLENA


LA SECTION DE TRANSPORT


Cuando un empleado de la or-
ganizaci6n del Canal de PanamA
desea viajar a los Estados Unidos
en uso de vacaciones, utilizando
para ello el S.S. Crist6bal, alli
esti la Secci6n de Transporte lis-
ta para ofrecer todos los detalles.
pertinentes a los arreglos nece-
sarios para el viaje.
George Victo, Jefe de la Sec-
ci6n de Transporte del Canal de
Panama desde junior de 1959, pe-
ro cuya hoja de servicio con la
organizaci6n del Canal data de
julio de 1944, cuando trabaj6 con
el Ferrocarril de PanamA, ha
ofrecido las explicaciones necesa-
rias para los empleados que de-
sean viajar a los Estados Unidos.
Los empleados que son ciuda-
danos estadounidenses tienen de-
recho a viajar gratis en el Cris-
t6bal, en uni6n de sus familiares,
una vez cada dos ainos Para ello
deben Ilenar un formulario soli-
citando sus vacaciones y aitori-
raci6n para viajar, el cual debe
Ilevar los nombres del empleado
y los familiares que viajarian con
4l Dieba solicited debe ser apro-


bada por el jefe de la direcci6n
o division respective. La Secci6n
de Transporte da la aprobaci6n
final y el cupo en el barco.
El S. S. Crist6bal, que sale de


los puertos de Crist6bal y Nueva
Orleans, part de cada uno tde
ellos una vez por semana. El
barco esta siempre lleno y regu-
(Pasa a la Pagina 2)


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La sefiorita Mercedes T. Palomeras, al frente, y la Sra. Marie 1M
Hcrblin, al fondo, Ayudantes, Tarifas a Pasajeros, son doe Integran-
tes de la Oficina do l Seccion de Transporte del Canal de P{nArv.


'os para ele-
rrow y V. J.
Prince, H. C.
, pero no apa-


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PAECLUSOS DE GAAYBdOA L LEVAN



AGUINALDOS A ESCoLARES LP



PANAMA Y CELE AN NAYVIDAD


'La legada de los Reyes Ma-
gos", pieza teatral, fue escenifi-
cada en la Penitenciaria de Gam-
boa como part del program
conque se observaron las fiestas
navidefias.
Los propios detenidos interpre-
taron los diversos papeles, si-
guiendo el program preparado
por el Alcaide W. H. Munyon y
snaestros de las Escuelas Latino
Americanas de la Zona del Canal
asignados a la escuela elemen-
tal de la instituci6n.
El program fue el siguiente:
Saludo por el recluso No. 3254;
lectura de una composici6n so-
bre las "Pascuas"; Primer lugar
el recluso No. 2668 del tercer
grado; Segundo lugar el recluse
No. 3254 del cuarto grado y ter-
cer nluar- l r eclus No 3163 d


Rupert Henry, vocalist; y un
Combo de la Escuela Secunda.
ria de Paraiso, asi Como el con-
junto "Los Crepusculares"-(Twi-
lighters).
* Despues de la pieza teatral, el
Coro de la escuela elemental de
la penitenciaria cant6 villanci-
cos, con el recluse No. 3340 co-
mo solista. Toc6 cerrar el acto
al recluso No. 3157.
Entre los invitados estaban el
Juez Guthrie F. Crowe; P. J.
Murphy; el Jefe de Policia E. S.
Shipley; el Reverendo C. A. Mo-
rales; el Reverendo E. M. Hed-
den; el Dr. Kenneth E. Lake, A.
E. Osborne y E. L. Fawcett.
Un recluso de la penitenciaria
de Gamboa tambien hizo de San-
ta nClaus en la fiesta annul de


de Azlicar, situada en la carrcte-
ra transistmica, distribuyendose
mAs de 455 juguetes.
Entre los aguinaldos figuraban
un escritorio, 3 sillas y otros en-
seres que habian sido reparados
y repintados por los propios pri-
sioneros para regalarselos a los
escolares o al planteL
Una caravan, con el recluso
Santa Claus y otros prisioneros
y sus guardianes, se traslado tam-
bi6n de la penitenciaria a Chi-
libre para hacer entrega de 942
juguetes, aguinaldos y confites
a los niios de la escuela Santos
Jorge A.
El personal de la Penitenciaria
don6 $35.00 y 30 libras de confi-
tes para que fuesen distribuidos
por la Caravana de Navidad. El
dinern se utiliz6 en la comnra de


ALUMNOS DE LA ESCUELA de Santa Cruz, bajo la direcciin del
professor Julio Cesar Sinclair, ofrecieron el viernes por la noche una
presentaci6n gimn6stica en el Parque de Beisbol de Paraiso, durante
la inauguraci6n del campeonato intercolegial de softball femanino y
beisbol masculine, asi como tambi6n la inauguraci6n del sistema de
alumbrado del parque. Aqui vemos a uno de los alumnos del VII
Grade dando un perfect salto.


tercer grado. navidad ofrecida por la prisi6n mufiecas y otros juguetes para N
Artistas invitados lo fueron a los nifios de la escuela de Pan los nifios.Y A1


FRMIOS SP FCIALFS flRIFR AN TALKIE PARA USO EN LAS ESCLUSAS


POR INCENTIVE EN AMBITO NCAL.


postulados por sus respectivas
entidades en las categories de
reducci6n de costs. incremen-
to en la producci6n, m6todos
de mejoramiento, economic en
horas-hombre y mejoramiento
en el funcionamiento de agen-
cias o dependencias.
Tambi&n se dara reconoci-
mienita a los superintendents
que hubiesen desplegado efec-
tiva labor en estimular o aya-
dar a sus subalternos a soine-
ter contribuciones valiosas.
Durante el ailo se realizarl
un esfuerzo sostenido para ins-
pi i-ar a los enmp 'cauos en tao
b6squeda de ideas practices y
beneficiosas.
Cada dependencia debe de
someter el nombre de sus can-


didatos a premios antes del pri-
mero de octubre a fin de dar
tiempo a la Comisi6n de Servi-
cio Civil para hacer sus selec-
clones.


NO TICIA S


OFICIALES

Durante la ausencia del
Sr. Paul M. Runnestrand, el
Secretario Ejecutivo Interi-
no sera et r.r. r. u. vuns-
moor, y el Sr. J. Patrick
Conley actuary como Sub-
secretario Ejecutivo.


Los empleados del Canal de
Panama, son id6neos para par-
ticinar en el otorgamiento de
premios especiales --en el am-
bito nacional- que seran en-
tregados el pr6ximo 30 de no-
viembre en Washington, D. C.,
a empleados federales que hu-
biesen hecho una contribuci6n
notable hacia el incremento en
la eficiencia o la economic en
operaciones del gobierno de Es-
tados Unidos.
Conforme al president de la
Comisi'6n de Servicio Civil,
John W. Macy, Jr., la ocasi6n
greso bajo el Acta Oficial de
Premios por Incentiv.a.
Los ganadores seran selccio-
nados entire quienes fuesen


EVITE Ii'CENDIOS TOMNANDO



TODA P ECAUCION PO SIBLE


Se ha llamado la atenci6n nue-
vamente a los residents de la
Zona del Canal debido al peli-
gro existente durante la estaci6n
seca de los incendios de hierba
y maleza y la necesidad de ser
cuidadoso cuando se entra a las
Areas llenas de hierba.
Durante la estaci6n seca del
ailo pasado se registraron 219 in-
cendios de hierba, la mayoria de
los cuales fueron causados por
cigarrillos y f6sforos lanzados
descuidadamente.
Estas estadisticas proporciona-
das por el Jefe W. G. Dolan de la

PARTICIPARA- .......
plares de ganado caballar, porci-
no y vacuno, much de los cua-
les no solo compiten por los pre-
mios que ofrece la Feria sino que
se ponen a la venta. AdemnAs del
ganado se exhiben aves de.corral,
perros de raza y de caceria y
distintos granos: arroz, cafe, fri-
joles y maiz sobre todo.
Durante la feria se ofrecen
plAticas sobre temas agropecua-
rios e industriales y se proyectar
pelieulas sobre esos mismos asun-
tos y otros de interest general.
En su aspect industrial la Fe-
ria ofrece una extensa variedad
de products manufacturados que
van desde los omnipresentes mi-
ni-radios hasta enormes tracto-
res.
Los millares de personas que
concurren a esta ya famosa Feria
incluyen desde campesinos que
descicnden de las agrestes monta-
iias, hasta sofisticados represen-
'tantes de los centres urbanos, to-
dos atraidos por los pura-sangre
porcinos, los nobles toretes y los
briosos corceles, asi coma por
los bailes tipicos y otras distrac-


Division de Bomberos de la Zo-
na del Canal demuestran viva-
mente la relaci6n direct entire
los habitos descuidados del fu-
mador y el origen de los incen-
dios de hierba.
El Jefe solicita a los residents
locales que entran en areas lUe-
nas de hierba que tengan el ma-
yor cuidado possible para exitar
que' ocurran incendios y llama
la atenci6n a lo siguiente:
1. Nunca tire un f6sforo a un
cigarrillo en forma descuidada.
Si usted se encuentra en su ca-
sa o en un autom6vil, use un ce-

MUCHAS- ............
larmeate no hay cupo para los
que pagan su pasaje y se dirigen
a los Estados Unidos y durante
los nmses de mayo, junio y julio;
durante julio, agosto y septiem-
bre para los que regresan al Ist-
mo.
Los ciudadanos estadounidenses
que viajan en el Crist6bal nece-
sitan como docuementaci6n, su

clones que incluyen riiias de ga-
Ilos, carreras .de caballos y li-
dias de bravos toros.
El Canal de Panama toma-
ra nuevamente parte en la
Feria regional de Ocu, con
su unidad m6vil y kiosks
donde, ademns de una ma-
quina de selectrovisi6n, se
pasaran cintas sobre la gran
via inieroceanlca.
Los ya famosos burritos de
los sardines de SurImit, Man-
cha y Gate, tambiin compare-
cer6n a la Feria de San Se-
bastian para delete de la
chiquilleria que tendri opor-
tunidad de pasear sobre sus
mansos lomoa.


nicero. No tire cigarros o ciga-
rrillos por las ventnas del tren.
Este seguro que esten apagados
antes de botarlos.
2. Disposici6n de la Secci6n
1115. Titulo 6, C6digo de la Zo-
na del Canal:
"Quienquiera que voluntaria o
negligentemente provoque un in-
cendio, causa o procura hacer un
incendio, en hierba o arbustos en
cualquier terreno, sera multado
con no mas de $100 o encarcela-
ci6n por no mas de 30 dias, o
ambos. 76A Stat. 451".

certificado de nacimiento u otra
comprobante de nacionalidad, co-
mo el pasaporte; tambien deben
llevar el certificado de vacuna
contra la viruela con validez por
lo menos de 3 afios.
Los ciudadanos no estadouni-
denses deben pagar su transpor-
te en el barco si hay cupo -
y deben llevar un p5asaporte que
sea valido por lo menos 6 meses
posteriores a la fecha de emi-
grar a los Estados Unidos, visa de
entrada y certificado de vacuna.
Los que resident en la Zona del
Canal pueden obltner sus visas
en la oficina respective en el
cuarto 2,14 del Edificio Adminis-
trativo; los que resident en la Re-
publica de Panamni podran con-
seguirlas en los Consulados de
los Estados Unidos en Panama
y Colon.
Exisctn otras tarifas en el bar-
co y la informaci6n se puede
conseguir cn la Secci6n de Trans-
porte, en los cases en que em-
pleados estadounidenses quieranr
viajar a los Estados Unidos to-
dos los afios.
Los 69 camarotes, son todos de


Las dos primeras de 53 "mulas" ordenadas per el Canal de
Panama en mayo pasado llegaran aqui esta semana a bordo del
vapor Pioneer Ming. Se trata de locomotoras de remolcar bar-
cos a traves de las esclusas.
Seis prototipos de esas "mulas", fabricadas en el Jap6n,
habian sido anteriormente sometidas a pruebas, antes de de-
terminarse su adquisicion.
Embarcadas en visperas de Navidad, las maquinas empe-
taran a prestar servicio junto con las otras 6, a la mayor bre-
vedad possible.
Las otras 51 locomotoras construidas por la Mitsubishi
Shoii Kaisha Iran Ilegando a intervals regulars, asi come 3
locomotoras-gruas que seran utilizadas en el muro cent.
cada juego de esclusas.
Las nuevas "mulas" traen incorporadas ciertas meioras que
fueron indicadas despues de probarse las 6 mulas originals.
Durante esas pruebas las "mulas" japonesas demostraron su
mayor poder y variedad de velocidades a que pueden funcionar.
Las caracteristicas de las nuevas mulas permiten el ma-
nejo mas rapido y eficiente de las naves que transitan per las
esclusas.
Parejo con la instalaci6n y operacion de estas nuevas loco-
motoras, se realizan pruebas encarinadas at empleo de aparatos
dA. radiocomanuncA or enacidel nor ",walkiaS.taleio" nr Ja in.
Practices a bordo de la nave, los operadores de las "mulas" y
los iefes de las esclusas.
Se proyecta instalar receptores de radio en las locomoto-
ras de remolcar a fin de que sus operadores puedan escuchar
las instrucciones imparlidas por los Practicos; 6stos y los jefes
de la Torre de Control en cada esclusa, ernplearan aparatos de
radio de dos vias para comunicarse entire si y con los opera-
dores de las "mulas".



ENR1OLAMIENTO %


ABIE TO P1.i\ R1eientein-ente se huliiia eln
el este del Atlintieo el trans-
A T ,' atl6ntico de pasajoros griego
A Si I R A R S E konia, una vez client regu-
lar del Canal de Panama, cuan-
Del primero de marzo al do efcctuaba una travesia en-
primero de abril quedar tre el Reino Unido y las Islas
ablerta la inscripci6n libre al Canarias.
Plan de Seguro de Vida en Antes de la segunda guerra
Grupo para empleados fede- mundial. el transatlintico, lla-
rales no-norteamericanos de mado entonces el Johann von
la Zona del Canal; esto sig- Oldenhouvelt naveg6 en un iti-
nifica que quienes no se hu- nerario regular entire Holanda
biesen enrolado a6n podran e Indonesia. Esto le hizo pasar
hacerlo sin necesidad de ex6- por la via canalera cada 88
men m6dico. dias.
En reciente edici6n dimes El practice del Canal, capi-
cuenta del hecho de que las tan Frank Kerley recuerda ha-
primas han sido reducidas de her mianejado el entonces na-
27' co;navos par mil a 25 vio holandes, del cual tiene va-
centavos por mil. rias fotografias.


primer categoria y tienen su ba-
nio.
Cualquier ecmpleado puede lie-
var su autom6vil durante sus via-
jes por la suma de $93, pero pa-
garA $138 si el empleado no se
encuentra en el barco.
Las tarifas mencionadas en es-
te articulo se reLieren unica-
mente a un viaje y no a viajes
de ida y vuelta.
La misi6n de la Secci6n de
Transport del Canal de Panami
es de hacer todos los tramites
para los viajes oficiales de los
directors y empleados de la or-
ganizaci6n del Canal; esto include
transporte de pasajeros y mobi-
liario. Tambien trae a los que
vienen a trabajar por primer
vez para el Canal de Panama y
lleva a los empleados quo han
terminado sus contratos, inclu-
yendo sus mobiliarios.
La Secci6n de Transporte cons-
ta de 8 empleados, Incluyendo al
Sr. Vieto. Ademns de operar el
departamento de pasajeros del


S.S. Cristb6al, se encarga la sec-
cin de los viajes por vapor,
avionles, trees buses y todos los
medios de transport, y, cuando
es necesario, se hacen arreglos es-
peciales por enfermedad del pa-
sajero, tales como ambulancias,
camillas, sillas de rueda, etc.
Existe una ley especial para los A
estudiantes estadounidenses que
van a universidades en los Esta--
dos Unidos. El gobierno les pa-
ga el viaje de ida y vuelta.
Tdmirn c se ocupa la Secci6n de
Transport de irspeccionar el
equipaje y mobiliario de los em-
pleados que regresan a los Es-
tados Unidos al terminar sus ser-
vicios con la organization del Ca-
nal. Es una inspecci6n de aduana
para facilitar el ingreso del cm-
pleado, con todos sus enseres, a
los Estados Unidos.
Esta es pues la misi6n de la
Secci6n de Transporte del Canal
de PanamA, cuyas oficinas est in
situadas en la Estacidn del Fe-
rrocarril en Balboa Heights.


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,ERNADOR de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming. Jr., re-
'manor de la seferiita Sylvia Powell. un ramo de flores para
lEleanor Fleming, durante el acdo de inauguracimtn de la Liga
ball de Trabajadores del Pacifico el lunes por la noche en el
de Beisbol de Pariiao. La sehorita Powell es la madrina del
de las Escuelas. El Gobernador Fleming lanzo luego la pri-
ala del jueco inaugural. A la izquierda esta el Sr. Frank A.
Superintendente Interino de la D;'isi-'n de Escuelas. A la
esta Mi.guel A. Corco Jr., Funcicnario del Protocolo del Ca-
PanamrA.
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S VISITANTE DE LA
SEMANA
SEsclusas de
SMiraflores .. ..... 1 f'50
Esclusas de Galun . 740
D E OSEORNE, Atudunte al Superintlndcnte de las Ercue- Las Crcces. 3 viajes 350
inoamricanas de la Zona del Ctnal. lanzo la primera b:la du- Reina Manueleta,
a in.tviiuraci.n del ccmpeona'o inircolao i.1I de be;'bcl m: s- 2 viajes .... 37
Il v;ernes ullimro en el Parque de Ee;.bcl de PFraeio. El parida 2 barcos de pasaieros 1.400
4lado pur P.a.p.bow Ciey a Paraso cc.n anolaciLn de 2 carreras
i TOTAL ............. 4.377







GA SOFT DE TRABAJAOES


tc t i me cori.lur! eniti Ire
etl lu'n-(s p' r la rioch'e la
'.n de la de L Is dec,(.
'Tr,.b -,jpadores del Patiiico
i .arc ue de Bcil.,.-l (le Pa.

ci-.rr;- :.nradr, Alfred B,:, er
.c.-, 1ilo de la L,,_s K rinn ethh
encat.bctz ron un di.-file de
Sy madrin:ns frenne a la
S wirea de-dte la cJal el- Go-
'i br Rei-..rt J. Flii,-t.r.u Jr.
lien presentado por el Coordi-
idor Aston Parchment, alab6 los
fuerzos de los jugadores at me-
rar sus actividades en sus ra-
.s de ocio.
Ybs de izarse el banderin
ga, se exhibit un bonito
donado por el Sr. Max


II. lln rni Ite. pru.ininthl-' i iu.iuibret
.1 i e i,'.-.' de .c I., tUudleif de PF'a-
hill. a LriUn r;.n o rde ilore-s lije
eilre:,_: lo pur la m:,drina iel
'ij.lipo de i,- E-ui. l:I'i.. : rioIl'lta
S' l F'...D ll parn la-, S'ta Eilei-


S p, tid... h,.-l -b .d.J--. la.
Li- ic-s F-''tl i--, e e+lr~l.i--- i la
nru '.-: r d ,i' 'Tr :,.nr lc-erie d.-l E) ,.rt-i-
(o I nk1-i In r.i ce l i .c i. unr.a
%i.tolria d-: 4 r.-.r 3 ,-.r.rf-e I-, Es.
tutlas. JulOji Raniem z abri6 por
los ganadores, pero se fue a las
duchas en la segunda entrada.
Amos Milwood lo relev6 y se
acredit6 el triunfo. Eduardo Mo-
rell fue el lanzador derrotado. Ca-
da equipo conect6 cinco hits. Jos4
Stennett encabez6 a las Escuelas
con dos incogibles en tres viajes


Il pl.'l H rrn.l', n N-'e-l -i- ~usr utl.i
di-.. 1ill i-fl iitiia u i Iri n,..-
L"l iui''ii.lui Irndlio- d,- CIiu on
dI-rr'tlru.till 1 i'i;. i eie .u M-ti-nr
dU l Can-,l li Pa-.lma. r .:r.roi. in.-
d.. r-r la Co-nlpiria de Ei- :c- de
la Z nra ticl CI n.:l il..n a '-iut..n
del 6 puer 3 Jo-e MNl'rri pleFrmilio
ue Ci:hid ":,t 'iJ I.,alr a Jce Bi.ith-.
w.aile, pero lunitit, a loc pterdedo-
rfn a .-.i-b hia ijntes fhiu.r. el
l.,r..'-, or di ir.-T n dJ. p.r -n a
Edc.d.,rd Sintlh en el :r tile.l
episodio. Wilson con dos hits en
tres turnos y Tejada con 2-2, fue-
ron los mejores bateadores.
Hoy jugarAn a las 6 de la tar-
de, Bomberos y Escnelas, de la
Liga Americana, y los Indios de
Clayton contra Almacenes, de la
Liga Nacional.


M . .ia ,i li -1 I rde P r
i I, i ., I, I .i I i .I I..i
P,,r.',e Inr, lr ,, l .1 E., B I de
F' ..,. t ('. i:.n L. l pairlideJo qu
*.- l>,'i idi in ': r , ..CkI.n i
l,.nip Btr d.
Lu, eri'riis3 G,. -ii.i.- n 'ri-r on
F i -uir. riLa del C.i :.:i ML urh.ni.pail
(IL C( I n l:]r'.' .r'I pi -iela b a13
tii i- le jieiu de .:pe-'t-lr ra
Fimr. I. Ii-i 'lut iir i. .ri -ian '.:Jo
eiiii i r.l, s il '- '. ii-r.dJ Vu pr t ''r .-
Ilt-rnit e ic 1. R.- .ul:, . r Do-.
mrinl:,ilr LB..j7:.n. i H D: Ailfr.in
G;'i- li tn li ep i.- _u trini- Je la
MlIutal of[ ri'i u h'i -i.uria Elia
Lii NL, rn.:iii C Pt n. Cla--
rt n.re M.-h.ri ind. 'A ifred E. Ba.


rrue.-.. p -li uiente- dtil I r-'n:e-jru CI.
i%.0. Ij Sra PcuaI Cr,,lkuI. t F6I
' i.' (. I ,ia. rria.
El p .diim e de la 11 I ; i \'i-
tl.r ii. .1r. Ii..Id v cI c .r ;.jr.j.
del r :n .- Ru ,,;i t i t t r
Be--k l'i'i ..i..i i..dl ..r ti R. u. r a.-
ti,.n de .,iulAr en -I _ie.
.U.iar.Lu.o.
Cii.,iro eiisn ipaitr v i i i in:crite
[ r.rar i-:ia em p.rz-fa,. p i,- te c.
p i:j, que el p':.\ ri' o an:. p 'lI i .i
prn (r,.ho r'>:\enar .
El eC; .: N .nIfo pru, .i: ,.! el
mrnire; 14 enn el jlln; etire
E-i.u l'N Camp C'orneer. cl 16
l',rar ,'c'amrnp Cuinnr y Cul...n. y
i. I 1 C, C.inr-. P F id cc.rn ra E :.lie-
laq.


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ESTA FUE UNA de I:s muchas jugadus inleres:-nle' qu; se re-giilra.
ron durante la inauguracir'n del camr.pionalo nlercolkglal de beisbol
en el l-rr.mbrado Parque de BEcbol de Par.-lso el viernes por la no-
che. Un crrred.r de la Escuela S.cund.ria de Rairnbow Ci:y Ilega
a [a idieal. m; l-.1t. .- al ;'; i .li PI.1 .< .; '..- ra -I ir o tl tol r-
peco-io. Rainrbow City Iriunfh per 2 a 1.
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UNO DE LOS jicadores de la nove-na Transporte a Molor fIlla en
_u inftnto de conectar de leno la bcla. duranle el partldo que sos-
tu.o el equiro conira I1s Indies de Clayton el lunes ullimo en el
Porque de Be~:bol de ParnuiSo. Cla ton g.no el juego por 6 a 3 en
la Fc-:ura de la Liai det- Softball j, Tr-b iadorcs del Pacifico.
S.---.-------- -- -- - ----- : .- -- -


UNA DE LAS JUGADORAS del equipo de softball de Paraiso conecta
la bola de foul durante la inauguracion del campeonato intercoleglal
de softball el viernes ultimd en el Parque de Beisbol de Paraiso. El
juego fue ganado por la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City con
anotacion de 7 carreras por 6 .


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10 de 1964


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SPILL WAY


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CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30--Documental
12:00--Pleas quo hldcroos
hlitoria
12:20-Show del Modiodia
1:30-Tardo de Toros
2:00-Cine on so Caso
3:30-Teletoatro
4'30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
4:45-Carnoaal de
Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30J-Iitaxo Royal
7:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
7:30-Las Estrellas y su
Historia
8:00-Ciudad Doenuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos
Contestan
10:30-Teletoatro
LbUES
12:00--Carnaral do
Cartons
12:30--Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Roportao)e
Mundialoe
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30--Carnavul do
Cartonas
5:00-Mundo de la Mulet
5:45--Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticiao
7:00--Supennan
7:30-Supers6nicos
8:00-Aledreo Fatal
8:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Notician
10:15--Tolotvatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartoner,
12:30-Notician
12:45--Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serio Semanal
2:00--Avances
2:15--Reportaji
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval do
Cartones
S-Mundo d la Mujt
"rS-Fienta de Estrellitas
:00--Popeyo
6:30-Notictas
7:00-Roy Rogers
7:O-Biografio
8:00-Frod Astaire
Prsnr.ta
9:00-Inmperio del Oote
10:00-Notictia
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticiat
12:45-Tale Bingo
1:00--Novela
1:30-Cine Sorio Semanal
2:00--Avancen
$:00-Telotoatro
4:30--Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo do la MuJlr
5:45--Fiesta do Estrollitas
6:00-Dibulos Animadol
6:30-Noticlas
7:00--Bugs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
-:00-Loo Trabaladorea
SW--Nick Charloe
Notitclas
Ji: l5-Tleotoatro
iUEVES
12:00--Carnaval d
Cartones
12:30--Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine ri So e Smanal
2:00-Avarnces
1:15-Reportaloe
Mundialeo
3:00--Tlotlatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45---Fiesta de Estrollita
:00--Popoye
6:30-Noticias
7:00--Extraio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30-Show Internaclonal
8:30-La Horo Once
:30--Poter Gunn
lO:00-Noticlas
10:15-Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00--Carmaal de
Cartonow
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Seria Somanal
2:00--Arancoe
,Mundialos
s:0O-Tolieat er
4:350-Ccrnval do
Cartons
1:00-Mundo do la Muler
5:45-Fioeta de Eltrollitao
6:00-El Cogato Magoo
6:30-Notlicio
7:00--El Hombr* del Rife
7:30-Picapiedraa
8:00-Boris Karloll
8:00-El Fabricamto do
moticda
9:30-Mantovanl
10:00-Noticiax
10:15-Sala de Proyeccl6n
10:45--Teletearo
SABADO
12:00--Carnaval de
Carton.e
12:30-Noticlca
12:45-Cine Serle Semanial
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00--Viajando con
Manolo Caslillo
S:1S--ERportaloa
Mundialsa
4:00-Saraoo do Tewedos
5:00-Mando do la Mulor
:45--Finlta do Etrolllta,
6:00-Popeye
s:30--Noticlag
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
*:00-Sam Donedlei
10:00-- oticlas
10:lS-Toletoatro


~Gr Ei Nl A IITI C ItA -
PI'B" .


CAIAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo per la Patria
10:30-Inspector Leclerc
11:00-Salvese quien pueda
11:30-Hazafias del
Espacio
12:00-La Comedia
Siliente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Repriss Novela
Semanal
3:30-Repriss Novela
Juvenile
5:30-Festival de Cartones
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientes
9:00-Encrucijada
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo Quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
12:55-Informative del
Mediodia
1:15-Novela semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5:00
5:30-La Novela luvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Aventuras de
Rin Tin Tin
8:00--Kraf Musical
8:30--Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9:00
9:30-Los Intocables
10:30-Teatro Frances
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MARTES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Doctor Candido
Perez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del
Mediodia
1:15-Novela semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5:00
5:30-La Novela luvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El Pdjaro Loco
7:00--Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Horn Continental
8S:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9:00
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-La Cuerda Floja
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MIERCOLES
11:30-Titores y C6micas
12:25-Randall el lusticiero
12:51-Carrousol Hipico y
Deportivo
12:55-Informative del
Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5:00
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9:00
9:30-Dr. Xildare
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:00--El Mundo al Vuelo
JUEVES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Pete y Gladys
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
12:55-Informative del
Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5:00
5:30-La No'vela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora de
Orange Crush
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9:00
9:30-Dick Powell
10:30-Destino
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
VIERNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Viendo a Biondi
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del
Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4::00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en. TV
5:00-Novela de las 5:00
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Furia
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrollas y Ud.
6:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9:00
9:30--El Santo
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-El Mundo al Vuelo
SABADO
l1:30-Tiferes y C6micas
12:25-Rev61ver a la
Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
12:55-Iniormativo del
Mediodia
1:15-Mi Carrefilla y Yo
2:00-Repriss Novela de
las 5:00
4:00--nforme Cientifico
Panorama
Panamoricano
4:30-La Cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
:00--Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador
Submarine
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30--Perry Mason
9:30-Dimensi6n
Desconocida
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15-Pelicula


El 8 de enero de 1908 el Te-
niente Coronel George W. Goe-
thals fue nombrado Ingeniero
Jefe y Presidente de la Comi-
si6n Istmeia del Canal, depen-
diendo 6nicamente del Secreta-

dente. Bajo su competent di-
recci6n las obras avanzaron
rapidamente hasta la apertura
del canal al trAnsito internacio-
nal el 15 de agosto de 1914.




SPILLWAY


Pubicaclin odical del Canal do
Panama, u.proaa emanalmentl on
i.m tallore de "La Etrella do Pa-
nanma' on la riudad de Panama.
Republican de Panama. So aulori-
za la reproduccion ya fuere verbal
o escrita. de c alquier yr6nica o
noticia aqui aparcida, sin noce~l.
dad do solicited expreoa.
GOBERMADOB DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert I. Fleming. h.
Vicegobernador
David S. Parkr
Ielo do la Oftcina do nlormaci6n
Frank A. Baldwir.
La inlormaclon quo so deseare
publicar on *l SPILLWAY dobe or
recibida on la oficina del )*t1 do
Pronsa a man tardar *1 maries on
la tlade para la pr6xima edicl6n.
Lnformacion do cardrcter e gnls po-
dria sor entrogada eI miercoles y
haste ol )ueove ante del mediodia.
Dirigir la corrospondoncla a PA-
fAMA CANAL, SPILLWAY, Apar-
tado M. Balboa, Zona del Canal.


OSCAR SUMAN CARRILLO, Di-
rector de Educaci6n Fisica de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, ingres6 a la or-
ganizaci6n del Canal de Panama
en julio de 1961. Suman Carrillo,
que fue un excelente jugador de
futbol, se gradu6 de maestro de
escuela en el Instituto Naclonal
de Panama, ejerciendo la profe-
sion durante cinco anos en las
Provincias de Chirlqui y Coce.
Despubs obtuvo una beca del De-
partamento de Estado de los Esta-
dos Unidos para hacer studios
de educaci6n fisica en el Spring-
field College de Springfield, Mas-
sachusetts, en donde obtuvo su
grado de Licenciado en Educa-
ci6n Fisica en 1947 y el Master
en Educacion en 1948. Becado por
la Unesco hizo studios en 1958
sobre Administraci6n y Recrea-
cion Escolar en Sao Paulo, Bra.
sil.
Su trabajo en la Divisi6n de
Escuelas consiste en orientar el
program escolar de educaci6n
fisica y deportivo, mantenimien-
to de los campos de juegos, asun-
tos relacionados con la seguridad
escolar y recomendaci6n del per-
sonal que labor en las escuelas
latinoamericanas en el campo de
la educacion fisica y los depor-
tes.
Suman Carrillo fue professor de
escuela secundaria en la Rep6-
blica de Panama durante cuatro
ainos y sirvio en el Departamen-
to de Educacion Fisica de Pana-
ma por tres afios, antes de ve-
nir a trabajar con la organizaci6n
del Canal de Panama. Actual-
mente es professor agregado en
la Escuela de Humanidades de la
Universidad de Panamb, puesto
que ocupa desde hace seis aios.
El ha recorrido casi todo el
mundo con motive de sus estu-


En 1896 el Presidente
Grant gir6 instrucciones al
jefe del Bur6 de Navega-
ci6n en el sentido de que
organizase expediciones pa-
ra explorer las posibles ru-
*me .,rs iin ennat on al Ist.
mo. Las exploraciones se
realizaron en el period


Fue delegado de atletismo en
Roma y tambien estuvo en Esto.
cclmo, Suecia, ese mismo aio, du-
rante su visit a los centros de
education fisica en Europa.
Suman Carrillo os un hombre
muy active y pertenece a cistin-
tas organizaciones, tales como el
Club de Judo de Panama, es Pre-
sidente de la Liga de Atletismo
de Panama, miembro del Club de
Leones de ArraijAn, de la Asocia-
ci6n de Profesores de Panama y
de la Uni6n de Maeslros de la-
Zona del Canal.
El professor Suman Carrillo es
casedo y reside con su esposa V
dos hijos en Pedro Miguel..


1870-1875 por part de per-
sonal de la Armada y en
marzo 15 de 1872 el Presi-
dente design una Comisi6n
del Canal Interocebnico pa-
ra evaluar los infor.mes. El
S7 de febrero de 1876 la Co-
"--e- 5rrln 5 'rpronrno -e Ti- --
vor de la rule a ifavos eo
Nicaragua.


CALENIHAlI0 DIE EVENTS

ENERO 1 964
10 Exposici6n del pintoringles Graham Redgrave-Rust en el
Institute Panamefio de Arte.


12 16

14 16


Fiesta del Santo Cristo" en ChimAn.

Santo Cristo de Esquipulas, Patr6n de Ant6n. Festival.


16 Fiestas de San Marcelo en La Mesa.

20 Fiestas de San Sebastian, Patrono de Ocd, San Carlos y
Dival.
28 Exhibici6n de cuadros del pintor colombiano Hernando
Lamaitre, en el Instituto Panamefio de Arte, edificio del
Magisterio Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.

FEBRERO, 1964


S2- 5
4 11
5- 9


Feria de la Candelaria en Concepci6n, Chiriqui.
Convenci6n del Club Rotario Internacional en Panama.
Torneo Abierto de Golf en Panama.


8- 11 Carnavales.
17 19 Reuniones de The Medical Education for Defense Council
en la ciudad.de Panama.
18 22 Convenci6n Regional Itinerante de Centre America y
Panama.
27 --- Se inicia la Feria Agropecuaria, Industrial y Folkl6rica
de Panama en La Chorrera.


EN SU PANTALLA

Del 10 al 16 de Enero, 1964 PARAISO SANTA CRUZ .RAINBOW CITY

Un Dia con el Diablo Gigot I Thank a Fool
Viernes Owl Show 10:30 p.m. Owl Show 10:30 p.m. Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
Enero 10 The Golden Horde Women From Flesh and Fury
Headquarters

Sbbado Showdown Gay Purree Cyrano de Bergerac
Enero 11

Enero 12 Spencer's Mountain.. The Castilian Gigot
Enero 13 Spencer's- Mountain The Castilian Gigot

Martes Deep Adventure and The Lady and the Bandit Destination Gobi and
Enero 14 The Steel Claw and Jungle Jim in the The Way to the Gold
Forbidden Land

Miercoles The Lady and the Bandit Deep Adventure The Bonnie Parker Story and
Enero 15 and Jungle Jim in the and The Steel Claw- Blonde Bait
Forbidden Land

Jueves The Castilian I nencer's Mnlntnini Un Dia con el Diable


Enero 15


~;lVAX .5 IUUIW I


dios y su profession. Como entre-
nador de futbol en Panama es-
tuvo en San Salvador con el se-
leccionado panamefio durante las
Fiestas Agostinas en 1950. Asistio
tamblen como entrenador al Pri-
mer Campeonato Panamericano
de Futbol celebrado en Santiago
de Chile en 1952, permaneciendo
en esa ciudad del sur durante
tres meses asistiendo a un curso
de entrenadores de futbol. Su-
man Carrillo tambien concurrio
al Congress Latinoamericano de
Educaci6n Fisica en Chile en 1956,
al Congress Luso-Brasllefio rea-
lizado en' Portugal en 1960 y al
Congress Mundial de Educaci6n
Fisica celebrado en Roma en 1960.


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