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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: February 3, 1964
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 )
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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: VID00444
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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A brand new Panma Canal towing locomotive is swung aboard the SS
Pioneer Ming in preparation for its long journey to the Panama Canal from
Japan. The second is shown on a lighter waiting to be loaded. These are
two of the new towing locomotives being manufactured in Japan to replace
the veteran "mules," some of which have been in use on the Panama Canal
locks since the Canal was opened to traffic in 1914.


NEW TOWING LOCOMOTIVES


ARRIVE; MORE DUE THIS MONTH


Three new Panama Canal towing
locomotives arrived at Gatun Locks
in January and three more are due
for delivery during February. Two
of them were unloaded January 12
from the SS Pioneer Ming and a
third arrived aboard the SS Pioneer
Moon January 29 from Japan. All
were in operation on Gatun Locks
5 days after arrival.
These locomotives are the first of
the 53 ordered by the Panama Canal
last May following acceptance of the
first 6 test machines which have
been in operation at Gatun Locks
for the past year and a half.
The other production locomotives
being manufactured by Mitsubishi
Shoji Kaisha, Ltd. will arrive at the
Canal at regular intervals until all
Panama Canal locks are equipped.
Three locomotive cranes, for use on
the centerwall of each of the locks,
also are included in the order.
Some changes in the production
locomotives have been ordered by
Sthe Panama Canal as the result of
mechanical difficulties which devel-
oped during the testing of the
original six test "mules."
During tests, the locomotives have
proved satisfactory from the point
of view of greater power and the
variation of operating speeds. These
important characteristics are result-
ing in speedier and more efficient
handling of the growing Canal
traffic.
As the new engines arrive, Canal
locks operating crews are being
trained in both maintenance and
operation on an interchange basis,
with groups of Pacific locks per-
sonnel being sent to the Atlantic side
for on-the-job instruction. Later
these men will operate the machines
assigned to the Pacific locks.
Tests also are being made at
Gatun in the use of a walkie-talkie
type of radio communication between
pilots on ships passing through the
locks, the operators of the towing
locomotives and the locksmasters on
the locks walls.
Preserit plans call for the installa-
tion of a permanent radio receiving
set in the new locomotives through
which the towing locomotive oper-




Tivoli Open Again
The Tivoli Guest House is
again open to the public after
having been closed for several
weeks.


ators will be able to hear instructions
issued by the pilots.
The pilots and lockmasters will be
issued portable two-way radio sets
with which they will be able to com-
municate with each other and issue
instructions to the towing locomotive
operators.


Car Inspections

Lagging; Deadline

Is February 28

Has your car been inspected and
does it bear a 1964 inspection
sticker? If not, you have just about
20 days to take care of the motor
vehicle inspection requirements.
Owners of private vehicles regis-
tered in the Canal Zone must have
their vehicles inspected, and the auto
inspection sticker affixed, by Friday
evening, February 28. No vehicles
will be inspected on February 29.
Motor vehicle inspection in the
Canal Zone has been lagging a bit
behind last year. The Motor Trans-
portation Division reports that 2,050
motor vehicles have been inspected
so far this year, compared to
approximately 2,600 motor vehicles
inspected in 1963.
The Motor Transportation Divi-
sion garages in Cristobal and Ancon
are open continuously from 8 a.m.
through 5 p.m., including lunch
hour, during the work week, Monday
through Friday, to inspect the many
motor vehicles that must carry the
1964 inspection sticker by 5 p.m.
February 28. After that date motor.
vehicles minus the 1964 inspection
stickers will not be permitted to
operate in the Canal Zone.


Former Lieutenant Governor Add His

Plaudits to Commendation for Police


"The Canal Zone police deserve
the highest praise, and I hope the
people of the United States even-
tually will hear of their perform-
ance," said Brig. Gen. W. P. Leber,
Division Engineer, U.S. Army Engi-
neer Division, Ohio River, former
Canal Zone lieutenant governor, in
a letter received here.
Even before he received the first-
hand reports he now has, General
Leber said he was sure the Canal
Zone police had performed their
duties in an outstanding manner.
"I based my opinion on their un-
usually fine performance under my


direction at the time of the Thatcher
Ferry Bridge dedication on Octo-
ber 12, 1962. I saw enough of them
to know they had the devotion,
training and 'guts' to stand up to
the most difficult situation," he
stated.
"I know that in the challenging
days ahead we can count on the
'loyalty, restraint, forebearance and
dedication' of the employees of the
Panama Canal. I am proud to say
that I am a former employee," stated
General Leber, "and if I can be of
any assistance at any time do not
hesitate to call."


R NGit0 4ft1 101"


Monday, rebruary a, 1iO4


Capt. Chester E. Briggs, Jr.


March 1 Effective

Date of Increases

In Phone Rates
Telephone rates in the Canal Zone
will go up, effective March 1.
According to the rate revisions
approved for communication services
in the Zone, residential telephone
service will increase 25 cents, from
$3.50 to $3.75, and extensions from
75 cents to $1 per month. Party line
rates remain unchanged at $2.25.
Commercial interests will pay $15
after March 1, an increase of $1,
and their extension telephones will
cost 50 cents per month more, at
$4.50.
Telephone costs for social organ-
izations will increase from $7 to
$7.50 and extensions for these tele-
phones will cost $2.25 instead of $2.
Panama Canal organization tele-
phones, now $12, will cost $13 after
March 1 and the extensions will cost
$4.25 instead of the present $3.75.
Inter-agency rates for trunk line
services to the Locks Division, Coco
Solo Hospital, and the Tivoli Guest
House will be replaced, effective
March 1, by monthly service charges.
Rates for trunk lines for commer-
cial interests which include steam-
ship companies, oil companies,
banks, etc., in the Canal Zone in-
creased from $22, $33, and $44 to
$33, $44, and $55 respectively.


New Navigation


Division Chief


Assumes Duties

A U.S. naval officer with a naval
career dating back to 1930 arrived.
on the Isthmus last week to take over
his new duties as chief of the Navi-
gation Division, a unit of the Panama
Canal Marine Bureau.
He is Capt. Chester E. Briggs, Jr.,
former commander of U.S. Navy
Mine Squadron 8 in Charleston, S.C.
He is the first Navy officer to be
ordered to the Panama Canal with
duties as chief of the Navigation
Division as his primary assignment.
Until last June, the Navigation Divi-
sion chief's position had been com-
bined with the primary assignment
of Balboa Port Captain.
Capt. Ernest B. Rainier had been
acting Navigation Chief since
August, when the former chief, Capt.
Eli Ring, USN, left the Isthmus.
A native of Minneapolis, Minn.,
Captain Briggs joined the U.S. Navy
in 1930 and was promoted to the
grade of warren officer in 1941. He
received his commission in 1942.
During World War II, he served
aboard an LST at the Normandy
landings and later was in the Pacific
theater aboard the aircraft carrier
Yorktown when it was sunk at
Midway.
He served as an executive officer
aboard the destroyer mine sweeper
USS Endicott off Korea, attended
General Line School in Monterey,
Calif., and the Armed Forces Staff
College at Norfolk, Va.
From 1957 to 1959 he was com-
mander of the Fleet Training Group
at Subic Bay, Philippines, and from
1959 to 1962 was an instructor on the
staff of the Naval War College in
Newport, R.I.
He holds the U.S. Navy Silver
Star, the Bronze Star, the Navy Com-
mendation Medal and the Purple
Heart.
Mrs. Briggs and their two teen-age
daughters are in Charleston and will
join Captain Briggs in the Canal
Zone at the end of the school term
in June. He also has a stepson who
is a lieutenant junior grade in the
U.S. Navy stationed at Pearl Harbor.


PanCanal, Red Cross Cooperate in CARE Food Package Distribution


More than 2,500 food packages
containing approximately 25 pounds
of food each were distributed Friday
on both sides of the Isthmus by
CARE through a cooperative effort
with the Panama Canal.
Similar food packages are to be
distributed Tuesday morning to
nearly 150 other aged men and
women on the Atlantic and Pacific


sides of the Canal Zone by members
of the Canal Zone Chapter of the
American Red Cross.
The distribution is part of the
regular monthly program carried out
by CARE and the Canal Zone Red
Cross. All packages had the usual
supply of cooking oil, corn meal and
flour. Most of them also included 4%
pounds of dried milk despite the fact


October 1962 Review Copies Are Needed


Happen to have an extra copy or
two or three of the October 1962
English edition of The Panama Canal
Review lying around? Or stashed
away in a closet or cupboard or
bookcase?
The supply of extra copies of this
issue has been exhausted, and re-
quests for them still are being
received. It was the issue which had
the picture of the new $20 million


Thatcher Ferry Bridge, linking the
Americas, on the cover, with a
number of stories about the bridge
and one on the proposed Trinidad
Dam.
If you have any extra copies, and
would be willing to let us have
them, please send them to the
Panama Canal Information Office,
Box M, Balboa Heights.


that during the disturbances last
week CARE lost 30 tons of food
supplies in the fire which destroyed
the former Cristobal commissary
building.
According to CARE and Red Cross
officials, 99 percent of the men and
women who are on the regular list
for food packages live in the Repu-
blic of Panama and 60 percent are
Panamanian citizens. All on the
CARE list are former employees of
the Canal who are disability relief
recipients. Most of those on the Red
Cross list are widows or aged depen-
dents of former employees who are
not eligible for disability relief
checks.
In addition to the monthly CARE
packages distributed by the Red
Cross, other parcels containing such
staples as powdered milk, bread,
dried fish, sugar, tea, soap, oatmeal
and soup are given out each month
to indigent Isthmian residents on


both sides of the Isthmus by the
Canal Zone Red Cross.



Have Temporary
Guests? Please

Notify Housing
Anyone residing in Panama Canal
housing who has a guest or guests
as of February 3, residing tempo-
rarily in the Canal Zone, is asked to
notify the Panama Canal Housing
Manager in the district, in writing,
as soon as possible.
The Housing Manager must have
information on names of the persons,
their citizenship, size of families, and
business or Government connections.
Occupants are requested to comply
with this even though they may have
previously given such information.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Hospitals' Blood Banks Again Prove Value;


Community Response Both Willing, Speedy


The Canal Zone blood banks
proved their value-again-at the
time of the recent disturbances. Com-
munity response was noteworthy and
rapid and the latest list of Blood
Bank Honor Roll members published
here does not even include the names
of 40 volunteers who responded to
a rush call on January 10.
Mrs. Dorothy Hadstate of the
Gorgas Hospital blood bank made
three telephone calls on that date
and within a matter of minutes there
were 40 volunteers ready to give
blood.
Response to an appeal for blood
also was very good on the Atlantic
side. One donor even arrived at Coco
Solo Hospital to give blood while
a disturbance was in progress near
the hospital.
In the press of activity there was
not time to get the names of the
donors who responded to the Gorgas
appeal on January 10, but their con-
tribution, like all others, was deeply
appreciated by the hospital, the
community-and the recipients.
The latest additions to the Blood
Bank Honor Roll are in the adjoining
columns.



Governor Fleming

Proclaims February

As Heart Month

Canal Zone Governor Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., has proclaimed the
month of February 1964 as Amer-
ican Heart Month and urges the
people of the Canal Zone to give
heed to the problem of heart and
blood-vessel diseases and to support
the programs required to bring
about its solution.
His proclamation stated that the
President of the United States of
America has designated February as
American Heart Month.
The Governor's proclamation fol-
lows:
Whereas the President of the
United States of America has desig-
nated February as American Heart
Month:
Now, Therefore, I, ROBERT J.
FLEMING, Jr., Governor of the
Canal Zone, do hereby proclaim the
month of February 1964 as American
Heart Month.
I urge the people of the Canal
Zone to give heed to the problem of
the heart and blood-vessel diseases
and to support the programs re-
quired to bring about its solution.
In Witness Whereof, I have here-
unto set my hand this 30th day of
January in the year of our Lord
nineteen hundred and sixty-four.



ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.,
Governor of the Canal Zone.



SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an
official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles contained in it are made avail-
able to all interested news media for
whatever use they may wish to make
of them and may be reprinted without
official clearance.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor of the Canal Zone
DAvm S. PARKER
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Oficer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


BLOOD BANK HONOR ROLL
GORGAS HOSPITAL


OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER
Lucile Baer
Eugene L. Buonviri
Raimundo Dixon
John Fallon
Manuel Garcia
Claudius Jordan
George Moore
Rufino Moreno
Evelyn Reynolds
James Reynolds
Howard Sprague
Lucille Van Riper

MARINE BUREAU
Chester Alden
John Andrews
William Bingham
Herbert Cespedes
Alfredo Coco
Julie J. King
Alfred Lowe
Noel Pilgrim
Marco Roman
Te6filo Rose
Furman Saunders
Felipe Smith
Anthony Zablocki

TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Rolando Buegos
Leonardo Goldborn
Fitz G. Lowe
Adolphus Mapp
Urville W. Wallace
Edison M. Whittaker

CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Raymond Blais
George Cotton
George Hinds


Clarence Priest
Carl Scotland
J. Weston Seaquist
Patrick Stanford
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Kathleen Allwood
Julio ArAuz
Nathan Ashton
Arthur Davis
Andrei Guioms
Sergio Martinez
Charles Romain
Sarah A. Searle
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
William Aiello
Edgar Beckford
John Corliss
Roger Deakins
Luis Del Rosario
Fred Ebdon
Joseph Evelyn
Douglas Harding
Robert Haynes
Lorenzo Mel6ndez
Felipe Mendieta
William Nickisher
James O'Donnell
Eriberto Pascual
Douglas Schmidt
Owen Smith
Lynn Stratford
Gregorio Torres
William Watson
Albert White
HEALTH BUREAU
Jean Harris
Hormecinda Herrera
Victor Ulate


MARINE BUREAU
Clarence E. Bennett
Lister Brown
Kelvin Cumberbatch
Pedro P. Durdn
Rafael Fontalvo
Alvin H. Hassock
Albert S. Hunter
Lindsay Ramsey
Robert A. Rankin
Clifford A. Richards
Epolto Rook
Alfonso Rowland
Mauricio Salazar
James R. Shurland
Percy Small
Robert Thompson
Eric G. Weekes


SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Cecilio Brown
Mauricio Burac
Carlos Cave
Erskin D. Clinton
Carlos A. Chambers
Claude V. Halligan
Dem6stenes Hines
Osmand Knight
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Herbert Taake
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Alfonso Lamont
George L. Thompson


Bids Opened For Fort Davis School

Construction, Powerline Project


E. O. Hauke Construction Co. of
Colon and W. A. Rogers of Balboa
submitted low offers on two major
Canal organization projects on
which bids were opened last week
at Balboa Heights.
The Hauke firm was low with a
bid of $394,000 for construction of
a new nine-classroom air conditioned
elementary school at Fort Davis.
Rogers made a low offer of
$129,242 on a project calling for the
installation of additional powerlines
to Fort Gulick.
Bids on the school project also
were submitted by Alcan Interna-
tional Inc. and Dillon Construction
Inc.
The Fort Davis school will be
similar to the one built in 1963 at
Diablo as an annex to the present
Junior High School. It will be situ-
ated off Greeley Road in Fort Davis
and will accommodate approximately
450 students.
In addition to nine regular class-
rooms, the masonry one-story build-
ing will house one special education


room, a kindergarten room, a library,
a multipurpose room for school plays
and audio visual education, and
teachers' rooms. A playshed similar
to that built at the Balboa Elemen-
tar), School will adjoin the new
building.
Work on the new school will be
started soon and should be com-
pleted by the time the school term
opens in September 1965.
The work at Fort Gulick consists
of furnishing and installing two
power cables from the Mount Hope
substation to the Fort Gulick sub-
station, and the installation of two
units of switchgear at the Mount
Hope substation. The project should
take 8 months to complete.

MARGARITA MOVIES
This week's commissary bulletin
inadvertently had an incorrect listing
of motion pictures to be shown at
Margarita. The listing as published
on page 2 of this week's SPILLWAY
is correct.


Cristobal Tigers

Continue Reign

As Track Champs

Cristobal High School continued
its reign as Interscholastic Track
Champion with a 5-0 record in 1963.
In five meets the speedy Tigers
from the Atlantic side stopped Rain-
bow City, the CHS Alumni, and
three times were victorious against
the three other interschool com-
petitors, Balboa High School, Canal
Zone College and the Athletic Club.
The individual top performances
by the CHS track men were:
120 yd. high hurdles: Mike Bara-
nick, :15.8; 100 yd. dash: Ray Rami-
rez, :10.0; mile run: Bill Sullivan,
4:47.6; 440 yd. dash: Wally Brians,
:51.62 (new school record); 440 yd.
relay: Ray Ramirez, Richard Hull,
Bill Hanly, Bill Dockery, :45.5; 180
yd. low hurdles: Mike Baranick,
:21.2.
880 yd. run: Mark Troseth, 2:07.8;
220 yd. run: Ray Ramirez, :23.7i;
sprint medley relay: Ray Ramirez,
Fred Ryan, Wally Brians, Mike Bara-
nick, 1:40.0; shot put: Dan Jones,
42'53/4"; discus: Dan Jones, 136'
101/s"; broad jump: John Sanders,
20'1"; pole vault: Bill Dockery,
11' 53" (new school record); high
jump: Bob Burgener, 5'9".
The final event of the track season,
the Balboa Relays, has been post-
poned. Last year Cristobal's Tigers
copped their third straight Balboa
Relays title in a row.



Pacific Softball

League

(Through games of 1/29)


Team


Abernathy S.A.__-----
White Horse_-------
Fort Clayton------
Philips Radio------
Atlas Beer--__---------


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4 4
3 4
2 4
2 5


THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Mon.-Philips vs. Abernathy
Tues.-Clayton vs. White Horse
Wed.-Atlas vs. Philips
Thurs.-Abernathy vs. Clayton
Fri.-White Horse vs. Atlas

(All games begin at 4:30 p.m.)


As children exchange Valentines
February 14 in tokens of sincere
friendship, worshiping women of
military chapels, civilian churches
and religious organizations of the
Isthmus will unite with hundreds of
thousands throughout the world in
observance of the 78th World Day
of Prayer.
All persons interested in joining
this worldwide prayer fellowship
are invited to assemble at the Balboa
Union Church, Balboa, at 9:30 a.m.
on this day.
Beginning in the islands of the
Pacific, a stream of prayer flows
round the world on that day until
it reaches the outermost islands of
Alaska.
The Rt. Rev. Reginald Heber
Gooden, S.T.D., D.D., bishop of the
Missionary District of the Panama
Canal Zone and also bishop in charge
of Ecuador, will speak at the service.
Mrs. Mainert J. Peterson of the
Cathedral of St. Luke is general
chairman of the Planning Committee.
Women representing 15 military
chapels, civilian churches and reli-
gious organizations have planned
and will take part in this World Day
of Prayer community service. There
will be ample parking space and a
nursery will be provided for children.


Motion Picture Program
Week Beginning
Saturday, February 1
BALBOA
(Air Conditioned)
Sat., Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15-Mon.,
7:30-In Search Of The Castaways
Tues., 7:30-The Cat Burglar
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-The Secret
Passion
Fri., 7:00-Destry
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Saturday night-For Love Or Money
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-
Charade
Tues.-I, Mobster
Wed.-Look In Any Window
Thurs.-How To Be Very, Very
Popular
Fri.-The Road To Denver
Friday, Owl Show 10:30 p.m.-The
Mark Of The Renegade
GAMBOA *
Saturday night, 8:15-Athena
Sun.-The List Of Adrian Messenger
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Look In Any Window
Wed.-How To Be Very, Very
Popular
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Charade
COCO SOLO *
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-How To Be Very
Very Popular
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-King
Of Kings
Tues.-Never On Sunday
Wed.-Guns Of The Black Witch *
Thurs.-Home Before Dark
Fri.-Texas Carnival
MARGARITA *
Saturday night-A Ticklish Affair
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Dono-
van's Reef
Tues.-The Men
Wed.-The Diary Of Anne Frank
Thurs.-The Third Voice
Fri.-Athena
Friday, Owl Show 10:30 p.m.-Flight
Nurse and Case Of The Bogus
Count
GATUN
Saturday night-Forbidden Planet
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-For Love or Money
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Diary Of Anne Frank
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-The Men
Fri.-Donovan's Reef
*AU night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.


The theme for the 1964 service is
"Let Us Pray" and the service was
prepared by Dr. Madeleine Barot,
executive secretary of the Depart-
ment on the Cooperation of Men
and Women in Church, Family and
Society of the World Council of
Churches, Geneva, Switzerland.
The countless number of Christian
people who participate in the
service will unite in a new experi-
ence in prayer as "a struggle-an
act of faith and repentance-and a
commitment to service."
A small group of Christian women
met 78 years ago, offering their
prayers and gifts for missions. The
faith and love of God expressed then
has reached out to the present time
when groups in 150 areas on 6 con-
tinents will be gathering throughout
24 hours bound together in prayer.


SEA CANYON FOUND
The oceanographic research vessel
Vema, a Columbian ship, returned to
New York recently following a 10-
month world cruise during which the
discovery of a sea canyon off south-
east Africa was made. The ship sailed
from New York February 20, 1963,
and transited the Canal during the
voyage to the Indian Ocean.


Page .2


COCO SOLO HOSPITAL


Community Service Planned Feb. 14

For World Day of Prayer Observance


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February 3, 1964


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


" i February 14 Bid Date for Scrap Sale


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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 W. Richard
Shapiro, Inspector George G. Graffman, and Mrs. Beatrice Lee, Chief of Recruitment and
Repatriation.


Transportation Branch Has Complex


Task On Employee Travel Details


Non-ferrous scrap totaling 1,048,900
pounds will be put up for sale by the
Panama Canal February 14. Bids will
be opened at 10:30 a.m. that date in
both the Office of the Superintendent
of the Storehouse Branch in Balboa
and the Office of the Chief of the
Procurement Division in New Orleans.
Representing an accumulation of
material over the past few months, the
scrap includes a large amount of brass,
copper, copper wire, red brass, railroad
boxes, manganese, lead, babbitt, soft
and cast aluminum ingots, stainless
steel, monel castings, and mixed
unsweated auto radiators.
Listed are 125,000 pounds of copper
wire, 6,800 pounds of mixed heavy
copper, 2,000 pounds of copper fire
extinguishers, 36,000 pounds of red
brass, 26,000 pounds of yellow brass
scrap; 8,400 pounds of car boxes,
12,000 pounds of brass and bronze
borings, 8,500 pounds of brass and
bronze spinning, 1,200 pounds of
mixed brass screens, 8,000 pounds of


SAlmost all employees and their de-
pendents who travel to and from the
United States are familiar 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.
The Chief of the Transportation
Branch is George Vieto who has been
employed in transportation since July
1944.
The Branch is composed of two sec-
tions, the Recruitment and Repatriation
Section which is supervised by Mrs.
Beatrice E. Lee, and the Official Busi-
ness, Home Leave, and Steamship
Travel Section under Fred E. Wells.
The Branch's mission is to arrange
and authorize all official travel per-
formed by officials and employees of
the Company/Government and the
transportation of their families and
household goods for recruitment, leave,
repatriation, and official duty details. It
also acts as the Passenger Traffic De-
partment for the SS Cristobal and in
this capacity issues the tickets and
assigns 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 pres-

"Design for Tomorrow"
Chosen by Engineers
As Theme of Confab
"Creative Engineering-Design for
Tomorrow" will be the theme of the
1964 National Engineers' Week, Feb-
ruary 17 to 22, sponsored on the Isth-
mus by the Canal Zone Society of
Professional Engineers.
William L. De La Mater of the
Executive Planning Staff of the Panama
Canal organization and vice president
of the Canal Zone Society of Profes-
sional Engineers is general chairman.
He will be assisted by a 20-man com-
mittee of registered engineers of
the Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama.
S"National Engineers' Week" is pro-
gramed by the National Society of
Professional Engineers, of which the
local society is an affiliate. Participating
societies are the Canal Zone Society of
Professional Engineers, R. J. Risberg,
president; the Society of American
Military Engineers, Col. M. C. Harri-
son, president; and the American
Society of Civil Engineers, Albert
Mittag, president.


ent complement of eight who admin-
ister the complex U.S. travel rules
and regulations of Government-paid
transportation.
Since 1950 the work of the Trans-
portation Branch has increased to in-
clude not only repatriation travel but
recruitment travel formerly handled by
our Washington office, home leave
travel, educational travel, and the trans-
portation of privately-owned motor
vehicles.
In June of 1959 the Passenger De-
partment of the Panama Line was
consolidated with the Branch.
In the last 2 years new employee
benefits added considerably to the
Branch's workload.
One regulation provides for the grant-
ing of one round-trip at Government
expense to students attending colleges
or universities in the United States.
The other authorizes the shipping of
privately owned motor vehicles to or
from the United States on recruit-
ment, repatriation, and under certain
conditions on return from home leave.
Arrangements are in the process of
being made to add the customs inspec-
tion on the Isthmus of employees'
household goods and personal effects to
their other duties.
The Transportation Branch makes
arrangements for all modes of trans-
portation in addition to sea trans-
portation-air, train, buses, and when
required they take care of arrangements
for ill persons to assure ambulances,
stretchers wheelchairs, or whatever is
required for the patient.



Magazine Features Article

On Canal Widening Project

The widening project along Gaillard
Cut was the highlight of a 2-page article
in the November issue of the Excavating
Engineer, a monthly magazine in South
Milwaukee, Wis. The article explained
the purpose of the work and was com-
plete with pictures of tractors along the
Cut, a ship transiting Miraflores Locks,
yearly maintenance work at the same
locks, and a shot of the Thatcher Ferry
Bridge.


LECTURE IN LIMA
The Panama Canal was among film
sequences shown at Lima (Ohio) Senior
High School recently by world traveler-
lecturer Thayer Soule, according to the
Lima News.


A superior service award was received by Mrs. Joan O. Bensel of the New Orleans office
of the Panama Canal in a recent ceremony in New Orleans. The presentation was made by
R. O. Theriault, assistant director of the Panama Canal Supply and Community Service
Bureau. At left is Joseph B. McHugh, procurement officer in the Panama Canal New Orleans
office and at far right is Thomas Ender, chief, Food Branch, of the same office.

War-Blinded London Tourist Sought
Sound Picture Of Canal He Once Saw


From John Martin of London, a war-
blinded British veteran, came an un-
usual 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 inten-
tion to make a tape recording of the
fascinating commentary you people
gave the passengers through the ship's
public address system. Unfortunately
my portable tape recorder broke down,
and there was no time to get it repaired.
"I try to send as many interesting
tapes as I can to other blind people in
all parts of the world, because I know
how much these sound pictures mean
to them.
"Could you possibly help me out by
sending me a dual track tape at 1%,
I.P.S., so that I can pass it on to all my
blind tape pals!"
"Naturally you could not send me 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 Moder World."
A special tape recording of "A Trip
Through the Panama Canal" has been
prepared and sent to Martin for his


enjoyment, and for distribution to other
blind persons.
Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr., gave the
introduction to the commentary, and
the general narration was done by
Frederic J. Berest of the Canal Zone
Guide Service.


Tuberculosis Is Topic

For Gray Ladies Meeting
"The Problem of Tuberculosis in Pan-
ama and the Canal Zone" will be dis-
cussed by Dr. Rodolfo V. Young, Chief,
Chest Service, Gorgas Hospital, in his
talk before the Gorgas Gray Ladies on
February 3. The meeting will be held at
9:30 a.m., in the Gorgas Hospital
conference room.
Dr. Young is a specialist in lung
diseases. His talk will be illustrated by
color slides.
Mrs. A. Alexis and Mrs. H. Morgan
will be hostesses.
All Gray Ladies and guests are
cordially invited to attend.

HOSPITAL DIRECTOR
A former Gorgas Hospital employee,
Lynnard W. Herrington, took over New
Year's Day as associate executive direc-
tor at Memorial Hospital in Albany,
N.Y. Harrington served 2 years as a
nurse at Gorgas during World War II.


Page 3


light brass, 6,800 pounds of brass pipe,
60,400 pounds of manganese bronze
solids, 600 pounds of manganese bronze,
4,900 pounds of brass cocks and faucets,
2,100 pounds of plated rolled brass,
84,000 pounds of battery plates,
140,000 pounds of scrap lead, 5,300
pounds of battery lugs, 95,500 pounds
of lead strippings, 2,000 pounds of lead
dross, 14,500 pounds of lead battery
lugs, 6,600 pounds of reclaimed babbitt,
20,000 pounds of soft aluminum ingots,
14,00 pounds of cast aluminum ingots,
7,200 pounds of aluminum dresses,
5,100 pounds of stainless steel, 6,500
pounds monel castings, 12,000 pounds
of auto radiators, and 3,000 pounds of
old monel sheet.
Samples of all items are available at
the Procurement Office in New Orleans.
The property in the Canal Zone may be
inspected between the hours of 7 and
11 a.m. and 12 noon and 4 p.m.
Monday through Fridays by contacting
the foreman of the Salvage Section of
the Balboa Storehouse.


I







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


February 3, 1964


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT
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 Branch. The
most direct routes, the least expensive, the quickest and those requiring least per diem are
sought. In addition an attempt is made to provide the traveler with adequate opportunities
for getting food and rest. Rate Assistants also try to help Canal employees plan the best
connections for "indirect travel" beyond their official point of destination.


Marie Herblin gained her first experience in
Federal travel techniques during World
War U when, as a Navy employee here, she
worked first on inductions for new em-
ployees, then evacuation of dependents,
and later the processing of the first women
workers recruited as a group for this area.
In 1952 she came with the Canal in per-
sonnel work, and in 1959 transferred to
the duties now handled by the Travel
Branch. Her designation is now Passenger
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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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 Cristobal, and pre-
viously 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 em-
ployee, Shapiro grew up bilingual, 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 Balboa.


The Wapshot Scandal by John
Cheever is a second novel about the
famous Wasphot family of St. Botolphs.
This one, however, is a 20th Century
tale replete with tax collectors, well-
meaning upperclass ladies, a scientist of
towering intellect and an aging gentle-
man. Glenway Westcott, well-known
fellow author says that this is "a delect-
able and in-a-way glorious piece of
fiction.
Take Heed of Loving Me, a biogra-
phical novel by Elizabeth Gray Vining,
presents the remarkable story of the
love of John Donne, poet, preacher
(and some said libertine) for a beautiful
young English girl. Many famous per-
sons appear in the pages of this story-
among them Elizabeth I, Essex, Raleigh
and Ben Jonson. This is a delightful
book and should be read by everyone.
People vs. Withes and Malone is a
group of Inner Sanctum mystery novel-
ettes by Stuart Palmer and Craig Rice.
This is a real treat in the detective story
field, with Withers and Malone, two of
the brightest stars in mystery fiction-
working together. There also is an
introduction written by Ellery Queen,
in which he reports engagingly on the
two authors, Stuart Palmer and Craig
Rice. All this makes excellent fare for
whodunit fans.
Apollo at Go by Jeff Sutton is a novel
which tells a realistic story of three
men's flight into space. This is a starkly
drawn picture of the details and drama
of a flight to the moon and the problems
of lunar landing and takeoff. The reason
for the venture is supplied succinctly
and understandably by an 8-year-old
boy. When asked why these men
wanted to go to the moon, he replied,
"Because it's there, that's what Dad
says." The author is an ex-newspaper-
man and an ex-Marine. He is currently
an editorial consultant in the aerospace
field in San Diego.
The Cincinnati Kid is a novel about


a rambling-gambling river man who
ruled the stud-poker circuit. The story
is told with a skill which results in a
tension-tight climax. For those who find
this type of fiction interesting, this tale
will be a spellbinder.
Minority Report by Elmer Rice is an
important and highly readable Ameri-
can biography. Mr. Rice's life has been
one of wide-ranging interests. Whether
he is telling of the sights and sounds of
his turn-of-the-century big city child-
hood, the technicalities of stage setting,
the story of his own marriages, or his
political credo, he presents them with
insight and objectivity. Indeed, he
appears to be an uncompromisingly
serious man-honest and objective. As a
playwright he has many resounding
hits to his credit, including the famous
Street Scene and the Adding Machine.



"Open Season" Near

On Group Life Insurance

Plan For Non-Citizens

An "Open Season" will be declared
from March 1 to April 1 for the Group
Life Insurance Plan for non-U.S.-citizen
employees of U.S. Federal agencies on
the Zone. Employees who have not sub-
scribed may do so then without a
medical examination.
This is the plan on which it was re-
cently announced the premium has
been reduced from 27% cents to 25
cents per pay period for each $1,000
of coverage.
The good record of this life insurance
coverage is responsible for the reduction
in premium.
Initially the Group Life Insurance
Plan for non-U.S.-citizen employees was
set at the 27% cents per $1,000 figure
under the contract with United of
Omaha.


P.C. Employees Eligible for Special Awards


Marking Incentive Program's 10th Year


Employees of the Panama Canal are
eligible for special national awards that
will be presented next November 30
in Washington, D.C., to a number of
Federal workers who have made
notable contributions toward increas-
ing efficiency and economy in U.S.
Government operations.
The awards will mark a decade of
progress under the Government Incen-
tive Awards Act, according to Civil



Caution Urged In Grass

Areas During Dry Season

Attention of Canal Zone residents
again has been called to the danger
existing during the dry season from
grass and brush fires and the need for
caution when entering grass areas.
During the dry season last year there
were 219 grass fires, the majority
of which were caused by discarded
cigarettes and matches.
These statistics provided by Chief
W. G. Dolan of the Canal Zone Fire
Division demonstrate vividly the direct
relation between careless smoking
habits and the origin of grass fires.
The Chief urges local residents enter-
ing, grass areas to exercise the greatest
possible care to prevent the occurrence
of fires and calls attention to the
following:
1. Never toss a match or cigarette
carelessly away. If you are at home, or
in a car use an ashtray. Do not throw
cigars or cigarettes out of train windows.
Be sure that your smoking materials are
out before you dispose of them.
2. Provision of section 1115, title 6,
Canal Zone Code:
"Whoever willfully or negligently
sets on fire, or causes or procures to be
set on fire, grass or shrubbery on any
lands, shall be fined not more than $100
or imprisoned in jail not more than
30 days, or both. 76A Stat. 451."


Burned Lakonia Once

Transited Canal Regularly

A one-time regular Canal customer
came to a fiery and watery end when
the Greek passenger liner Lakonia sank
recently in the eastern Atlantic on a
cruise between the United Kingdom
and the Canary Islands.
As the Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, the
Lakonia passed through the Canal
every 88 days on a round-the-world run
started in 1959 when she was taken off
the Holland to Indonesia service. The
ship also made two trips through the
Canal in 1950 with cargo from the Far
East.
Canal pilot Capt. Frank Kerley recalls
having handled the then-Dutch vessel
of which he has several photographs.


Tax Refunds Can Become

Savings Bond Nest Eggs

Taxpayers receiving income tax re-
funds this year can again turn them into
nest eggs by taking the refund in U.S.
Savings bonds.
The Treasury Department offers tax-
payers the option of receiving their tax
refunds in risk-free, interest-paying
bonds. All that is necessary is to check
the right box on the return and the rest
is automatic.
U.S. Series H Savings Bonds may
be obtained in exchange for Series
E Bonds when current income is
desired, a good item to remember when
retirement time comes.


Service Commission Chairman John W.
Macy, Jr.
Award winners will be selected from
among those nominated by their agen-
cies for achievement in such categories
as cost reduction, increased produc-
tivity, methods improvement, man-hour
savings and advancement of agency
missions.
Awards will also go to selected super-
visors who have done a particularly
effective job in encouraging or helping
their employees to make valuable
contributions.
A continuing effort will be made
during the year to guide employees
toward a search for useful and valuable
ideas.
Each agency is to make its nomina-
tions by October 1 for consideration by
the Civil Service Commission.



SCN-TVSCHEDULE
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Magic Land of Allakazam
5:30-Tennessee Ernie Ford
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 Theatre
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Movietime: "Eternally Yours"
10:30-It's A Wonderful World
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
5:30-Gale Storm Show
6:00-FOUR-STAR EDITION
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-BIENVENIDO
7:15-ARMED FORCES NEWS
7:30-Andy Grifftith
8:00-Bell Telephone Hour
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Armchair Theatre: "Reckless Way"
10:00-Sports Spectacular
10:30-The Unexpected
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Danny Thomas
Dick Van Dyke
WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-EBF-The Coagress
6:00-FOUR-STAR EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-AROUND AND ABOUT
7:15-NewsreeI
7:30-Bob Newhart
8:00-The Lieutenant
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-The Thin Man
9:30-Air Force News Review
9:45-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Bell Telephone Hour
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS KLUB
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-Circle Theater
10:00-Ted Mack
10:30-Bob Cummings
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: The Lieutenant
FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-American Bandstand
5:45-Curt Massey
6:00-FOUR-STAR EDITION
6:35-Report
7:00-Price Is Right
7:30-Candid Camera
8:00-Hootenanny
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Jack Paar Show
10:00-Fight of the Week
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
SATURDAY
1:00.-Cartoon Carnival
1:30-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Saturday Double Feature:
"Reckles Way" and
"Eternally Yours"
5:15-Armed Forces Screen Maamine
5:30-SportsTime
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Sid Ceser
7:30-To Tell the Truth
8:00-Lawrence We&t
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Jerry Lewis Show
10:00-Wrestling
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Alen


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BROWSING COLLECTION

By Eleanor Burnham


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F ~II


EL CANAL DE PANAMA






PILLWAY


Vol. II, No. 33


Lunes 3 de febrero de 1964


SOLO 20 DIAS MAS QUEDAN


PARA INSPECTION DE CARROTS


S61o quedan 20 dias mas para la
inspecci6n de todos aquellos vehicu-
los que ain no hubiesen cumplido
con ese requisite legal. Si su carro
todavia no luce una etiqueta que
denote haber pasado la inspecci6n
para 1964, apresdrese a llevarlo
cuanto antes a la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor.
Todos los vehiculos deben haber
pasado inspecci6n para el viernes 28
de febrero, ya que el sAbado 29 no
habrA ese servicio.
Informes obtenidos en fuentes au-
torizadas indican que este afio la


inspecci6n de vehiculos march por
detrAs de la del afio precedent, ha-
biendo sido inspeccionados Anica-
mente 2,050 comparados con 2,600
el afio pasado para esta fecha.
La inspecci6n de vehiculos se rea-
liza tanto en Anc6n cuanto en Cris-
t6bal, ininterrumpidamente, de 8 de
la mafiana a 5 de la tarde diariamente
de lunes a viernes.
DespuBs de la fecha indicada arri-
ba-Febrero 28, 1964-se prohibira
la circulaci6n de todo vehiculo que
no luzca la etiqueta que indica haber
pasado la inspecci6n.


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Mes Anti-Cardiaco Proclama


El Gobernador al de Febrero


-:~ier


* El lujoso barco de pasajeros y carga, Bergensjord, de matricula noruega, emerge de las esclusas de Pedro
Miguel proyectindose hacia el mar Pacifico. Procedente de Nueva York rumbo a las Galapagos, el vapor noruego
de 18,738 toneladas brutas levaba abordo 337 pasajeros cuando cruz6 el Canal, el 22 de enero bajo el comando
de su Capitan, Yvar Gronbuyt.


Nuevas "Mulas" y "Walkie-Talkie"


Para Uso en Todas las Esclusas


Cinco dias despu6s de su arribo,
tres nuevas "mulas" japonesas empe-
zaron a funcionar en las Esclusas de
Gatuin. Dos de los remolcadores de
fabricaci6n nipona legaron el dia
13 abordo del vapor Pioneer Ming,
y el tercero abordo del Pioneer Moon,
el mi6rcoles 29. Durante el present
mes de febrero se esperan tres "mu-
las" mas, tambi6n procedentes del
Jap6n.
Estas locomotoras son las primeras
de 53 ordenadas por el Canal de
PanamA en mayo del afio pasado
despu6s de haber puesto a prueba
las seis primeras "mulas" de manu-
factura nipona las cuales han estado
funcionando desde hace afio y medio
en las Esclusas de Gat6n.
* Los otros remolcadores fabricados
por la Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha, Ltd.,
irAn l1egando a intervalos regulars
hasta que todas las esclusas queden
enteramente equipadas; tres grias
locomotoras, para uso en el muro
central de las esclusas, est6n inclui-
das entire el equipo ordenado.
Las seis maquinas iniciales sirvie-
ron para observer su funcionamiento
y determinar las mejoras o cambios
que su uso fuese sefialando como
convenientes, habiendose realizado
algunos cambios en el prototipo.
Las pruebas demostraron que las
nuevas "mulas" desarrollan mayor
energia o potencia y tienen la ven-
taja de variaciones de velocidad; es-
tas caracteristicas facilitan el manejo
de las naves en las esclusas y aceleran
su travesia.
A media que van Ilegando las
"mulas" se va adiestrando al tren
de conductores tanto en su manejo
como en su mantenimiento; para ello
se envia a la costa atlAntica al per-
sonal radicado en la del pacifico en
un intercambio dictado por las nece-


sidades. En esta forma el tren de
operadores de las "mulas" mec.nicas
de las esclusas del pacifico estarA
debidamente adiestrado para cuando
6stas sean puestas a funcionar alli.
Tambien se viene ensayando en
las Esclusas de Gatiun el empleo de
"walkie-talkie" (aparatos portAtiles
de comunicaci6n vocal) entire los
PrActicos del Canal y los conductores
de "mulas" y personal de la torre
de control en las esclusas.
Se tiene proyectado instalar equi-
po de radio-receptores permanentes
en las nuevas "mulas" a fin de que
sus operadores puedan seguir las
instrucciones dadas por los PrActicos.
Tanto los PrActicos cuanto los
jefes de las esclusas contarAn con
radio-parlantes de dos vias, porta-
tiles, para comunicarse entire si y con
los operadores de las "mulas."


SI TIENE UD.


UN HUESPED


DE AVISO

Todo resident de la Zona del
Canal que tuviese huespedes en su
casa, asi como visitantes temporales,
debe dar aviso del hecho a la Ofi-
cina de la Vivienda cuanto antes po-
sible; esta media entra a regir desde
la fecha.
El Gerente de Viviendas debe de
tener informaci6n relative al nombre,
nacionalidad, n6mero de personas,
ocupaci6n y nexos oficiales de los
residents temporales que se hallen
en la Zona del Canal.
Los residents de la Zona deben
dar cumplimiento a esta disposici6n
ain cuando ya hubiesen anterior-
mente suministrado la informaci6n
que ahora se les pide.


El lo. de Marzo Suben

Tarifas de Telefonos

Las tarifas telef6nicas de la Zona
del Canal aumentaran a partir del
19 de marzo.
De acuerdo con las revisiones de
tarifas aprobadas por los servicios de
comunicaci6n en la Zona, el servicio
de tel6fono residential aumentara
en 25 centavos, de $3.50 a $3.75, y
las extensions de 75 centavos a $1
por mes. Las lines comunales per-
manecerAn sin cambio alguno a
$2.25.
Las empresas comerciales paga-
rAn $15 despu6s del 19 de marzo, un
aumento de $1, y sus tel6fonos de
extension costaran 50 centavos mais
por mes, a $4.50.
Los costs telef6nicos para las or-
ganizaciones sociales aumentaran de
7 a $7.50 y las extensions para
esos tel6fonos costaran $2.25 en vez
de $2.
Los tel6fonos de la organizaci6n
del Canal de PanamA, que cuestan
ahora $12, costarin $13 despu6s del
19 de marzo y las extensions costa-
rAn $4.25 en vez de los actuales
$3.75.
Las tarifas para los servicios de
lines troncales dentro de las depen-
dencias para la Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas, Hospital de Coco Solo y la Casa
de Hubspedes Tivoli, serAn reempla-
zadas a partir del 19 de marzo,
cobrAndoseles servicio mensual.
Las tarifas para lines troncales
en las empresas comerciales que in-
cluyen compafias navieras, compa-
flias petroleras, bancos, etc., en la
Zona del Canal, aumentaron de
$22, $33 y $44 a $33, $44 y $55
respectivamente.


El Gobernador


de la Zona del


Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., ha
proclamado el mes de febrero de
1964 como Mes de Campafia Anti-
cardiaca y exhorta a los residents
de la Zona del Canal que observen
el problema que presentan las enfer-
medades del coraz6n y vasos sangui-
neos y que apoyen los programs re-
queridos para solucionar estos males.
Declar6 en su proclamaci6n que el
President de los Estados Unidos de
America ha designado el mes de
febrero como Mes Anticardiaco.
La proclamaci6n del Gobemador
es la siguiente:
QUE el Presidente de los Estados
Unidos de Am6rica ha designado el
mes de febrerp como Mes de Cam-
pafia Anticardiaca:
POR CUANTO QUE, el suscrito,
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., Gobemador
de la Zona del Canal, por la present
proclama el mes de febrero del pre-
sente afio como Mes Anticardiaco.
Se exhorta a los residents de la
Zona del Canal que considered el
problema de los males del coraz6n
y de los vasos sanguineos y que
respalden los programs que se
requieren para su soluci6n.
EN FE DE LO CUAL, estampo
mi firm el dia 30 de enero del afio
en curso.




ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.,
Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal.


Voluntarios de las comunidades Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, efect6an el recuento de los votos emitidos en la elecci6n de dignatarios de la
Junta Directiva de Seguros. En la mesa del frente aparecen (de izquierda a derecha) W. E. Barrow y V. J. Ara. Al fondo vemos a A. N. Lewis, A. M.
Webster, la sefiorita D. S. Samuels, S. A. Campbell, la sefiorita S. A. Prince, H. C. Bayne, la sefiorita D. L. Oaldey, V. H. Archbold, W. E. Clarke, y la
seforita J. A. Gordon. Tambi6n estuvo present, pero no aparece en la grAfica, el senior S. Graham.


LA CRUZ ROJA Y EL PANCANAL COOPERAN EN DISTRIBUIR PAQUETES C.A.R.E.


MAs de 2,500 paquetes de alimen-
tos distribuy6, en ambos lados del
Istmo, la CARE el viernes pasado
gracias a la cooperaci6n del Canal
de PanamA. Cada paquete con-
tiene aproximadamente 25 libras
de alimentos.
El martes en la maiiana se dis-
tribuyeron paquetes similares entire
.unos 150 ancianos de ambos sexos,
tanto en la costa atlintica cuanto
pacifica de la Zona del Canal con


ayuda de miembros del Capitulo de
la Zona del Canal de la Cruz Roja
Americana.
Esa distribuci6n forma parte del
program mensual normal que l1eva
a cabo la CARE y la Cruz Roja de
la Zona. Cada paquete contiene la
cantidad usual de aceite de cocinar,
harina de maiz y harina de trigo; la
mayoria contienen igualmente 4% li-
bras de leche deshidratada, a pesar
de que durante los recientes distur-


bios la CARE perdi6 30 toneladas
de alimentos en incendio que des-
truy6 el antiguo comisariato de
Crist6bal.
Conforme a datos de la CARE y
de la Cruz Roja, 99 por ciento de
las personas que se benefician con
la distribuci6n de alimentos estin
domiciliadas en la Repiblica de
Panama y de esos el 60 por ciento
son panamefios.
En la lista de beneficiados de la


CARE estAn antiguos empleados del
Canal de PanamA clasificados como
casos de invalidez; casi la totalidad
de los beneficiados por la Cruz Roja
son viudas y ancianos dependientes
de antiguos empleados que no clasi-
ficaron para hacerse acreedores a
pension por invalidez.
AdemAs de los paquetes con ali-
mentos que la CARE distribuye men-
sualmente a traves de la Cruz Roja,
6sta envia mensualmente paquetes


con leche en polvo, pan, pescado
seco, az6car, t6, jab6n, cereales y
sopa a personas en la indigencia que
resident a ambos lados del Istmo.


TIVOLI AIBERTO DE NUEVO
La Casa de Hu6spedes Tivoli estA
abierta nuevamente para el piblico,
despu6s de haber estado cerrada
durante varias semanas.






SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Febrero 3, 1964


Otorgan Licitacion Para Escuela

De Fuerte Davis y Lineas de Cables


La E. O. Hauke Construction Co.,
de Col6n y la W. A. Rogers, de Bal-
boa, sometieron las ofertas mis bajas
para dos obras de aliento que se
realizaran en la Zona del Canal.
Al abrirse los pliegos en Balboa
Heights la semana pasada se encon-
tr6 que la Hauke habia propuesto
edificar una escuela elemental de 9
aulas con aire refrigerado en Fuerte
Davis por la suma de $394,000.
Por su parte la firma Rogers some-
ti6 oferta por $129,242 para la insta-
laci6n de cables adicionales de alta
tension hasta Fuerte Gulick.
Tambi6n sometieron ofertas para
la construcci6n de la escuela las fir-
mas Alcan Internacional, Incorpo-
rada, y la Constructora Dillon,
Incorporada.
La nueva escuela de Fuerte Davis
serA igual a la erigida en Diablo en el
afio de 1963 como anexo a la escuela
intermedia; el edificio se levantarA
en Greeley Road y tendrA capacidad
para aproximadamente unos 450
escolares.
Ademis de las 9 aulas normales,
el edificio de bloques de un solo alto
constard de un aula especial, una
para jardin de la infancia (kinder-
garten), una biblioteca, un cuarto de
recreo y para ensefianza audiovisual
y un sal6n de descanso para los
maestros.
Un campo cubierto de juegos
similar al de la escuela elemental
de Balboa se levantarA contiguo al
plantel.


La edificaci6n empezarA dentro de
poco con miras a que la nueva escue-
la est6 lista al iniciarse el afio lectivo
en septiembre de 1965.
La obra a realizarse en Fuerte
Gulick consiste en suministrar e ins-
talar dos cables de alta tensi6n, desde
la plant de Mount Hope hasta la
subplanta de Fuerte Gulick, asi como
la instalaci6n de dos unidades de
conmutadores en la plant de Mount
Hope. Este proyecto llevara unos
8 meses en terminarse.


NECESITAMOS

Ejemplares del Review

(Ingles) Octubre 1962

Si por casualidad usted tuviere
disponible uno o mis ejemplares del
Review del Canal de PanamA (edi-
ci6n en ingles) correspondiente al
mes de octubre de 1962, en cuya
portada aparece el puente Thatcher
Ferry, much le agradeceriamos ha-
cerlo llegar a la Oficina de Informa-
ci6n del Canal de PanamA, donde
constantemente se vienen recibiendo
pedidos por esa edici6n que no pue-
den ser atendidos por haberse ago-
tado totalmente la existencia de los
mismos.
El obsequio de ejemplares puede
hacerse dirigi6ndolos al apartado M,
Balboa Heights.


SCuantos Actos Riesgosos y Descuidos de Reglas

de Seguridad Encuentra Usted Aqui?


AMPLIO RESPALDO AL


BANCO DE SANGRE


El Banco de Sangre prob6 nueva-
mente su valor durante los recientes
disturbios. La comunidad prest6 su
pronto apoyo como se puede apre-
ciar repasando la lista de donantes
que aparece publicada en pAgina 2
de la secci6n inglesa de esta edici6n.
(Vale hacer la salvedad de que no
aparece en esa lista el nombre de
unos 40 donantes espontAneos que
se presentaron el 10 de enero en
moments Algidos.)
La sefiora Dorothy Hadstate, del
Hospital Gorgas, hizo tres llamados
en esa fecha y en cuesti6n de minu-
tos se presentaron los 40 volunta-
rios mencionados arriba.
En la costa atlAntica tambien se
registry similar reacci6n al pedido de
donantes, uno de los cuales estaba
dando su sangre en los precisos mo-
mentos en que se registraban des6r-
denes en las vecindades del Hospital
Coco Solo.
Auin cuando no se apunt6 el nom-


bre de esos 40 donantes en el albo-
roto del moment, el dia 10, su des-
prendimiento merece el reconoci-
miento general de la comunidad,
como el de todos los demas.


SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
DAVID S. PARKER
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.


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L. A. Ferguson, Director de Abastos y Servicios Comunales procura conectar la bola mientras que el receptor
J. E. Manning, Ayudante del Superintendente de los Comisariatos, se prepare a recibir el envio del lanzador, en
el partido disputado entire las novenas de ambas entidades. La novena de los Comisariatos ha realizado ya dos
juegos, ganando ambos; uno con la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n y otro con la de Transportes.


BODAS DE ORO
Un antiguo empleado, quien sirvi6
al Canal de Panama durante 25 afios,
celebr6 recientemente en Houston,
Texas, sus Bodas de Oro.
Se trata de Nathan L. Levy quien
ostenta una medalla que le entre-
gara el Presidente Teodoro Roose-
velt como premio a su trabajo
el6ctrico en las esclusas.
Levy y su esposa fueron hu6spe-
des oficiales en la primera nave que
atraves6 el Canal del Pacifico al
AtlAntico.


Sube Porte Para Paquetes

Postales de mas de 30 Ibs.

Desde el 19 de abril pr6ximo au-
mentarAn el porte sobre ciertas cate-
gorias postales en los correos de la
Zona del Canal, asi como en los de
Estados Unidos.
Paquetes postales cuyo peso fluc-
tue entire 1 libra y 2 libras pagarAn
un porte de 29 centavos en vez de
los 24 centavos que cuestan ahora,
al ser despachados desde Balboa a
cualquiera de las dependencias pos-
tales de Balboa.
Paquetes similares a los mencio-
nados arriba pero destinados a cual-
quier lugar del Istmo costaran 40
centavos en vez de 33, y si consig-
nados a Estados Unidos Ilevarin
porte de 72 centavos en lugar de 64
que pagan ahora.
Estos nuevos portes se aplicaran
a las primeras 29 libras sobre enco-
miendas postales despachadas desde
o hacia Estados Unidos; el porte
arriba de 30 libras de peso se man-
tendra en $5.76.


Inaugurada Liga de Softbol


DIVISION INDUSTRIAL -


10-


DIVISION TERMINALS - 7


La novena de la Divisi6n Indus-
trial se impuso por 10 carreras con-
tra 7 sobre la representative de la
Division de Terminales durante el
juego inaugural de la Liga de Soft-
bol del AtlAntico. El partido se cele-
br6 en el diamante de Mount Hope
el mi6rcoles al atardecer.
Correspondi6 a Wilfred Barrow
Ilevar la palabra en la apertura de
la Liga, acto que se realiz6 en Mount
Hope a las 4:50 de la tarde; segui-
damente Morrice Nickel jefe de la
Division Industrial de Mount Hope
lanz6 la primera bola, estando al bate
Audley Webster y actuando como
receptor Ray Murphy, supervisor de
Mantenimiento de Predios.
Entre los 400 espectadores estaba
tambi6n el Director de la Divisi6n
de Terminales, Axton T. Jones.
Los partidos de esta liga se cele-
bran de lunes a sAbado, except los
jueves, iniciAndose a las 4:45 de la
tarde. Participan en la liga equipos
de la Divisi6n de Esclusas, de la de
Mantenimiento de Predios, y de la
de Policia y Bomberos, ademAs de
las dos ya citadas y que se disputaron
el primer juego.


Maneje con Seguridad
Manejar es para muchos de noso-
tros, uno de los requisitos necesarios
para desempefiar nuestro trabajo.
Otros manejan por placer o por exi-
gencias de la vida modern.
Las unidades automotrices han
ocasionado mis heridos y muertos
que los causados por todas las gue-
rras ocurridas en el mundo. Este dato
es el resultado de studios estadisti-
cos cuidadosos hechos al respect, y
auin con el descubrimiento de la
bomba at6mica.
Una unidad automotriz es una
ayuda eficaz para, entire otras mu-
chas cosas, transportaci6n de perso-
nas, materials y equipos. Sin em-
bargo una unidad automotriz fuera
de control es extremadamente peli-
grosa y puede acabar con la vida del
chofer o la de otras personas, en
cuesti6n de segundos.
Se hace un llamado a todos uste-
des que tengan que manejar en algu-
na ocasi6n, un autom6vil, cami6n,
etc. ya sea en horas de trabajo o
cuando lo hacen por placer, en el
sentido de tener extreme cuidado
al estar manejando y recuerden siem-
pre estos puntos de importancia:
1. No exceda de los limits de velo-
cidad reglamentarios.
2. Maneje despacio durante la noche
y cuando est6 lloviendo.
3. HAgale un control complete al
vehiculo todo el tiempo.
4. Maneje por su derecha en las
carreteras.
5. No se estacione en las curvas.
6. Sea cort6s siempre.


Asume Funciones

Nuevo Jefe de la

Div. de Navegacion

Un official de la Armada de los
Estados Unidos con una carrera na-
val desde 1930, lleg6 al Istmo la
semana pasada para posesionarse de
su nuevo cargo como jefe de la Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, una unidad de
la Direcci6n de Marina del Canal
de Panama.
Se trata del Capitan Chester E.
Briggs, Jr., antiguo comandante del
Escuadr6n de Minas No. 8 de la
Armada de los EE. UU. en Charles-
ton, Carolina del Sur. El es el pri-
mer official de la Armada enviado al
Canal de Panama con obligaciones
como jefe de la Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n como su principal asignaci6n.
Hasta junio pasado, la posici6n de
jefe de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n
habia sido combinada con la asigna-
ci6n fundamental de capitAn de
puerto de Balboa.
El CapitAn Ernest B. Rainier ha
estado actuando como Jefe de Nave-
gaci6n desde agosto, cuando el anti-
guo jefe, el CapitAn Eli Ring, USN,
parti6 del Istmo.
Oriundo de Minneapolis, Minne-
sota, el CapitAn Briggs se uni6 a la
Armada de los EE. UU. en 1930 y
fue ascendido al grado de official
subalterno en 1941. El recibi6 su
comisi6n en 1942.
Durante la II Guerra Mundial sir-
vi6 a bordo de una lancha de desem-
barco en Normandia y mAs tarde
estuvo en el Pacifico a bordo del
portaaviones Yorktown cuando fue
hundido en Midway.
El sirvi6 como official ejecutivo a
bordo del barreminas U.S.S. Endi-
cott en Corea, asisti6 a la General
Line School en Monterrey, Califor-
nia, y en el Armed Forces Staff
College en Norfolk, Virginia.
De 1957 a 1959 fue comandante
del Grupo de Adiestramiento de
Flota en la Bahia Subic, Filipinas, y
de 1959 a 1962 fue un instructor en
el personal del Colegio Naval de
Guerra en Newport, Rhode Island.
El ostenta la Estrella de Plata de
la Armada de los EE. UU., la Estre-
lla de Bronce, la Medalla de Enco-
mio de la Armada y el Coraz6n
Psirpuro.
La sefiora Briggs y sus dos hijas
adolescents estan en Charleston y
se unirAn al Capitan Briggs en la
Zona del Canal al finalizar las labo-
res escolares en junio. El tambien
tiene un hijastro que es teniente en
la Armada de los EE. UU., en Pearl
Harbor.


Pagina 2


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Febrero 3, 1964 SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA PAgina 3


MUCHAS FUNCIONES


LLENA LA SECCION


DE TRANSPORTES
*


Idoneos Empleados del Canal


de Panama Para Premios por


Incentiva en Ambito Nacional


hU-

La sefiorita Mercedes T. Palomeras (izquierda) y la sefiora Marie M. Herblin (al fondo),
Ayudantes, del Departamento de Tarifas y Pasajeros, son dos funcionarias de la Secci6n de
Transportes del Canal de Panami.


Cuando un empleado de la organizaci6n
del Canal de PanamA desea viajar a los
Estados Unidos en uso de vacaciones, utili-
zando para ello el SS Cristdbal, alli estA la
Secci6n de Transporte lista para ofrecer
todos los detalles pertinentes a los arreglos
necesarios para el viaje.
George Vieto, Jefe de la Secci6n de
Transport del Canal de PanamA desde
junio de 1959, pero 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
necesarias para los empleados que desean
viajar a los Estados Unidos.
Los empleados que son ciudadanos esta-
dounidenses tiene derecho a viajar gratis
en el Cristdbal, en uni6n de sus familiares,
una vez cada 2 afios. Para ello deben ilenar
un formulario solicitando sus vacaciones y
autorizaci6n para viajar, el cual debe llevar
los nombres del empleado y los familiares
que viajaran con 61. Dicha solicitud debe
ser aprobada por el jefe de la direcci6n o
division respective. La Secci6n de Trans-
porte da la aprobaci6n final y el cupo en
el barco.
El SS Cristobal navega entire los puertos
de Crist6bal y de Nueva Orleans. El barco
esta siempre lleno y regularmente no hay
cupo para los que pagan su pasaje y se
dirigen a los Estados Unidos y durante los
meses de mayo, junio y julio; durante julio,
agosto y septiembre para los que regresan
al Istmo.
Los ciudadanos estadounidenses que
viajan en el Crist6bal necesitan como docu-
mentaci6n, su certificado de nacimiento u
otro comprobante de nacionalidad, como el
pasaporte; tambi6n deben llevar el certifi-
cado de vacuna contra la viruela con
validez por lo menos de 3 afios.
S Los ciudadanos no estadounidenses deben
pagar su transport en el barco-si hay cupo
-y deben llevar un pasaporte que sea
vAlido por lo menos 6 meses posteriores a
la fecha de emigrar a los Estados Unidos,
visa de entrada y certificado de vacuna.
Los que resident en la Zona del Canal
pueden obtener sus visas en la oficina res-
pectiva en el cuarto 244 del Edificio Admi-
nistrativo; los que resident en la Repiblica


de PanamA podrAn conseguirlas en los Con-
sulados de los Estados Unidos en PanamA
y Col6n.
Existen otras tarifas en el barco y la
informaci6n se puede conseguir en la Sec-
ci6n de Transporte, en los casos en que
empleados estadounidenses quieran viajar
a los Estados Unidos todos los afios.
Los 60 camarotes, son todos de primera
categoria y tienen su bafio.
Cualquier empleado puede llevar su auto-
m6vil durante sus viajes por la suma de $93,
pero pagarA $138 si el empleado no se
encuentra en el barco.
Las tarifas mencionadas en este articulo
se refieren inicamente a un viaje y no a
viajes de ida y vuelta.
La misi6n de la Secci6n de Transporte
del Canal de Panama es de hacer todos los
tramites para los viajes oficiales de los direc-
tores y empleados de la organizaci6n del
Canal; esto incluye transport de pasajeros
y mobiliario. Tambi6n trae a los que vienen
a trabajar por primera vez para el Canal
de PanamA y Ileva a los empleados que
han terminado sus contratos, incluyendo
sus mobiliarios.
La Secci6n de Transporte consta de ocho
empleados incluyendo al senior Vieto. Ade-
mas de operar el departamento de pasajeros
del SS Cristdbal, se encarga la secci6n de
los viajes por vapor, aviones, trenes, buses
y todos los medios de transport, y cuando
es necesario, se hacen arreglos especiales
por enfermedad del pasajero, tales como
ambulancias, camillas, sillas de rueda, etc.
Existe una ley especial para los estu-
diantes estadounidenses que van a univer-
sidades en los Estados Unidos. El gobierno
les paga el viaje de ida y vuelta.
Tambi6n se ocupa la Secci6n de Trans-
porte de inspeccionar el equipaje y mobilia-
rio de los empleados que regresan a los
Estados Unidos al terminar sus servicios
con la organizaci6n del Canal. Es una ins-
pecci6n de aduana para facilitar el ingreso
del empleado, con todos sus enseres, a los
Estados Unidos.
Esta es pues la misi6n de la Secci6n de
Transport del Canal de PanamA, cuyas
oficinas estAn situadas en la Estaci6n del
Ferrocarril en Balboa Heights.


Los empleados del Canal de PanamA,
son id6neos para participar en el otorga-
miento de premios especiales-en el Anibito
nacional-que serAn entregados el pr6ximo
30 de noviembre en Washington, D.C., a
empleados Federales que hubiesen hecho
una contribuci6n notable hacia el incre-
mento en la eficiencia o la economic en
operaciones del Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos.
Conforme al president de la Comisi6n
de Servicio Civil, John W. Macy, Jr., la
ocasi6n marcarA una d6cada de progress
bajo el Acta Oficial de Premios por
Incentiva.
Los ganadores serAn seleccionados entire
quienes fuesen postulados por sus respec-
tivas entidades en las categories de reduc-
ci6n de costs, incremento en la produc-
ci6n, m6todos de mejoramiento, economic
en horas-hombre y mejoramiento en el
funcionamiento de agencies o dependencias.
Tambi6n se darA reconocimiento a los
superintendents que hubiesen desplegado
efectiva labor en estimular o ayudar a
sus subalternos a someter contribuciones
valiosas.
Durante el afio se realizarA un esfuerzo
sostenido para inspirar a los emplea-
dos en la bisqueda de ideas prActicas y
beneficiosas.
Cada dependencia debe de someter el
nombre de sus candidates a premios antes
del 19 de octubre a fin de dar tiempo a la
Comisi6n de Servicio Civil para hacer sus
selecciones.


PELOTERO EXPERT

PILOTEA NOVENA
Carlos C. Castillo, empleado de la Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, es el director de.la
novena de Navegaci6n (Ron Cortez) en la
liga de softball de trabajadores del Pacifico.
Castillo ha sido pelotero international y
hace tiempo se dedica a jugar softball;
trabaja de oficinista en la Capitania de
Puerto en Balboa.
La n6mina del equipo Navegaci6n es
la siguiente: D. Prescott, O. Jim6nez, M.
RomAn, P. Grant, S. Campbell, S. Francis,
F. Roberts, C. Castillo, E. Holder, S.
Mufioz, S. Bauting, A. Barter, A. Smith,
P. Salas, J. Salas, R. Reyes, R. Holder,
V. Jesse, A. Belizier, E. Petit, E. Pilgrim,
A. Marshall, W. Campbell, E. Moulton,
R. Moolchan y R. Lascano.

ENROLAMIENTO
ABIERTO PARA
ASEGURARSE
Del 19 de marzo al 19 de abril quedara
abierta la inscripci6n libre al Plan de
Seguro de Vida en Grupo para empleados
federales no-norteamericanos de la Zona
del Canal; esto significa que quienes no
se hubiesen enrolado adn podrAn hacerlo
sin necesidad de examen m6dico.
En reciente edici6n dimos cuenta del
hecho de que las primas han sido reducidas
de 2730 por mil a 250 por mil.


LICITACION PARA CHATARRA


EFECTUARAN EL 14 DE FEBRERO


Chatarra no ferruginosa en cantidad total
de 1, 048, 900 libras serA puesta a la venta
el 14 de febrero entrante en el Canal de
PanamA. Abririn las propuestas a las 10:30
de la mafiana tanto en el despacho del
superintendent de la Secci6n de Almace-
naje en Balboa cuanto en el del Jefe de la
Division de Obtenci6n en Nueva OrleAns.
El material acumulado durante los ilti-
mos meses comprende grande cantidades
de chatarra de bronce, cobre, manganeso,
plomo, lingotes de aluminio, acero inoxi-
dable, metal de babbitt, radiadores, etc.
En la lista aparecen 125,000 libras de
alambre de cobre; 6,800 libras de cobre
pesado mixto; 2,000 libras de extinguidores
de incendio de cobre; 36,000 libras de
bronce rojo; 26,000 libras de chatarra de
bronce amarillo; 8,400 libras de vagones de
tren; 12,000 libras de barrenados de bronce;
8,500 libras de telas de bronce; 1,200 libras
de pantallas mixtas de bronce; 8,000 libras
de bronce liviano; 6,800 libras de tuberia
de bronce; 60,400 libras de manganeso
bronceado s6lido y 600 de manganeso bron-


ceado; 4,900 libras de grifos de bronce;
2,100 libras de bronce enrollado; 84,000
libras de planchas de baterias; 140,000
libras de chatarra de plomo; 5,300 libras
de p6rtigas de bacteria; 95,500 libras de
cortes de plomo; 2,000 libras de escoria de
plomo; 14,500 libras de p6rtigas de plomo
para baterias; 6,600 libras de metal de
babbitt reconstruido; 20,000 libras de lin-
gotes de aluminio suave; 14,000 libras de
lingotes de aluminio fundido; 7,2000 libras
de escoria de aluminio; 5,100 libras de
acero inoxidable; 6,500 libras de metal fun-
dido; 12,000 libras de radiadores de auto-
m6viles; 3,000 libras de metal de monel
viejo en liminas.
En la Oficina de Obtenci6n en Nueva
Orleans hay disponibles muestras de esa
chatarra; la misma puede ser inspeccionada
localmente entire 7 y 11 del dia y de medio-
dia a 4 de la tarde, de lunes a viernes,
acudiendo al Capataz del Dep6sito de
Excedentes en la Secci6n de Almacenaje
de Balboa.


EVITE INCENDIOS TOMANDO El Lakonia Us6
Mucho el Canal


TODA PRECAUCION


Se ha lamado la atenci6n nuevamente
a los residents de la Zona del Canal debido
al peligro 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 aflo pa-
sado se registraron 219 incendios de
hierba, la mayoria de los cuales fueron
causados por cigarrillos y f6sforos lanzados
descuidadamente.
Estas estadisticas proporcionadas por el
Jefe W. G. Dolan de la Division de Bom-
beros de la Zona del Canal demuestran
vivamente la relaci6n direct entire los
habitos descuidados del fumador y el
origen de los incendios de hierba.
El Jefe solicita a los residents locales
que entran en Areas Ilenas de hierba que
tengan el mayor cuidado possible para
evitar que ocurran incendios y llama la
atenci6n a lo siguiente:
1. Nunca tire un f6sforo o un cigarrillo
en forma descuidada. Si usted se encuentra


en su casa o en un autom6vil, use un ceni-
cero. No tire cigarros o cigarrillos por las
ventanas del tren. Est6 seguro que est6n
apagados antes de botarlos.
2. Disposici6n de la Secci6n 1115, Titulo
6, C6digo de la Zona del Canal:


POSSIBLE

"Quienquiera que voluntaria o negligen-
temente provoque un incendio, causa o
procura hacer un incendio, en hierba o
arbustos en cualquier terreno, serA multado
con no mis de $100 o encarcelaci6n por no
mas de 30 dias, o ambos. 76A Stat. 451."


Recientemente se hundi6 en el este del
Atlantico el transatlantico de pasajeros
griego Lakonia, una vez client regular del
Canal de PanamA, cuando efectuaba una
travesia entire el Reino Unido y las Islas
Canarias.
Antes de la II Guerra Mundial, el trans-
atlantico, Ilamado entonces el Johann von
Oldenhouvelt naveg6 en un itinerario regu-
lar entire Holanda e Indonesia. Esto le hizo
pasar por la via canalera cada 88 dias.
El prActico del Canal, capitan Frank
Kerley recuerda haber manejado el enton-
ces navio holand6s del cual tiene varias
fotografias.



El 8 de enero de 1908 el Teniente Coro-
nel George W. Goethals fue nombrado
Ingeniero Jefe y Presidente de la Comisi6n
Istmefia del Canal, dependiendo inica-
mente del Secretario de Guerra y del Presi-
dente. Bajo su competent direcci6n las
obras avanzaron rApidamente hasta la aper-
tura del Canal al transito Internacional el
15 de agosto de 1914.


La Liga Infantil de Beisbol de Rainbow
City iniciarA su quinta temporada en el
Parque Infantil de Rainbow City en el mes
en curso.
Se recuerda a todos los prospects de
liga infantil que deben presentar su certifi-
cado de nacimiento al Presidente de la
Liga, Rathburn A. Springer o al Secretario
Keith D. Bowen a mas tardar el 25 de enero.
Todos los residents y amigos de los


peloteros infantiles de Rainbow City estin
invitados para asistir a todos los juegos.
Los equipos que participarAn este afio
son los Clippers, Bravos, Vikings y Piratas.
Los muchachos que jugaran en esta liga
son de 9% a 123 afios de edad y cuando
cumplen 13 afios se han graduado y se les
entrega un certificado especificando que
han jugado pelota infantil en la Liga
Infantil de Rainbow City.


BEISBOL INFANTIL EL MES EN


CURSO EN RAINBOW CITY


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Febrero 3,, 1964


Pagina 3








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Febrero 3, 1964


EN SU PANTALLA

Del 3 al 9 PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
Lunes 3 ----- The Parent Trap The Nutty Professor The Birds
Martes 4 ---- The Maniac and To The Ends Of The Earth The Long Hot Summer
Golden Boy and Pack Train and Frontier Gun
Mi6rcoles 5_ Pack Train and The Maniac and Just For Fun and
To The Ends Of The Earth Golden Boy The Brave Bulls
Jueves 6 -. The Nutty Professor The Parent Trap My Six Loves
Viernes 7 --_ The Nutty Professor The Parent Trap My Six Loves
Owl Show 10:30 p.m. Owl Show 10:30 p.m. Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
Thunder Over Tangiers and Flame Of Ariby Women From Headquarters
Case Of The Burnt Alibi and The Case Of The
Two Brothers
SAbado 8 --__ Day Of The Triffids A Ticklish Affair 3 Stooges Go Round The
World In A Daze
Domingo 9 _-- Donovan's Reef The Men The Parent Trap

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CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Tarde de Toros
2:00-Cine en su casa
3:30-Teleteatro
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
4:45-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30-Jitazo Royal
7:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
7:30-Las Estrellas y su Historia
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Los Expertos Contestan
10:30-Teleteatro

LUNES
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Supers6nicos
8:00-Ajedrez Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

MARTES
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2: 00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Roy Roers
7:30-Biografia
8:00-Fred Astaire Presenta
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Beportajes Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dibujos Animados
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Los Trabajadores
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

JUEVES
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novela
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Beportajes Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extrafio Mundo del Pantano
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-La Hora Once
9:30-Peter Gunn
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

VIERNES
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Tele Bingo
1:00-Novelsa
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karloff
9:00-E1 Fabricante de Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45-Teleteatro

SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Viajando con Manolo Castill
3:15-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combate
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatre


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Leclere
11:00-SAlvese quien pueda
11:30-Hazafias del Espacio
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Repriss: Novels Semanal
3:30-Repriss: Novela Juvenil
5:30-Festival de Cartones
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Solo los Valientes
9:00-Encruciiada
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 Mediodla
1:15-Novela semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Intocables
10:30-Teatro Frances
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo

MARTES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Doctor CAndido P6rez
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
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El PAjaro Loco
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-La Cuerda Floja
11:00-E1 Mundo al Vuelo

MIERCOLES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Randall el Justiciero
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodfa
1:15-Novela semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-La Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y Cancimes
8:30-Novela
9:00-Noveal de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
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
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-E1 Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
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
5:30-La Novelsa Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Furia
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-El Santo
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-E1 Mundo al Vuelo

SABADO
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Rev61ver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Medioda
1:15-Mi Carretill y Yo
2:00-Repriss: Noveld de las 5
4:00-Informe Cientifico
Panorama Panamericano
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador Submarina
7:00-Noticias
7:30-L-ramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Dimensi6n Desconocida
10:00-El Mundo al Vuele
10:15-Pelicula


GEnTE En LA nOTICIA


Oscar Suman Carrillo, Director de Edu-
caci6n Fisica de las Escuelas Latinoameri-
canas de la Zona del Canal, ingres6 a la
organizaci6n del Canal de PanamA en julio
de 1961. Suman Carrillo, que fue un exce-
lente jugador de futbol, se gradu6 de maes-
tro de escuela en el Instituto Nacional de
Panama, ejerciendo la profesi6n durante 5
afios en las Provincias de Chiriqui y Cocld.
Despubs obtuvo una beca del Departa-
mento de Estado de los Estados Unidos
para hacer studios de educaci6n fisica en
el Springfield College de Springfield, Mas-
sachusetts, en donde obtuvo su grado de
Licenciado en Educaci6n Fisica en 1947
y el Master en Educaci6n en 1948. Becado
por la UNESCO hizo studios en 1958
sobre Administraci6n y Recreaci6n Escolar
en Sao Paulo, Brasil.
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, asuntos rela-
cionados con la seguridad escolar y reco-
mendaci6n del personal que labor en las
escuelas Latinoamericanas en el campo de
la educaci6n fisica y los deportes.
Suman Carrillo fue professor de escuela
secundaria en la RepAblica de Panama
durante 4 afios y sirvi6 en el Departamento
de Educaci6n Fisica de PanamA por 3 afios,
antes de venir a trabajar con la organiza-
ci6n del Canal de PanamA. Actualmente
es professor agregado en la Escuela de


Humanidades de la Universidad de Pana-
ma, puesto que ocupa desde hace 6 afios.
El ha recorrido casi todo el mundo con
motive de sus studios y su profesi6n. Como
entrenador de futbol en PanamA estuvo en
San Salvador con el seleccionado pana-
meiio durante las Fiestas Agostinas en
1950. Asisti6 tambien como entrenador al
Primer Campeonato Panamericano de Fut-
bol celebrado en Santiago de Chile en
1952, permaneciendo en esa ciudad del sur
durante 3 meses asistiendo a un curso de
entrenadores de futbol. Suman Carrillo
tambi6n concurri6 al Congreso Latinoame-
ricano de Educaci6n Fisica en Chile en
1956, al Congreso Luso-Brasilefio realizado
en Portugal en 1960 y al Congreso Mun-
dial de Educaci6n Fisica celebrado en
Roma en 1960. Fue delegado de atletismo
en Roma y tambi6n estuvo en Estocolmo,
S uecia, ese mismo afio, durante su visit
a los centros de educaci6n fisica en Europa.
Suman Carrillo es un hombre muy active
y pertenece a distintas 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 Asociaci6n de Profesores de Panami
y de la Uni6n de Maestros de la Zona del
Canal.
El professor Suman Carrillo es casado y
reside con su esposa y dos hijos en Pedro
Miguel.


Corredor de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City alcanza primer base, mientras el
inicialista del equipo de Paraiso espera el pase del torpedero. La anotaci6n final fue de
2 a 1 a favor de Rainbow City.


Bateador de la novena Transporte a Motor abanica el aire durante el partido ganado por los
Indios de Clayton por anotaci6n de 6 a 3 carreras en la apertura de la Liga de Pelota Suave
de los Trabajadores del Pacifico.


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