Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00094771/00449
 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: March 13, 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: VID00449
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)

Full Text




CANAL TRANSITS


AT PEAK SECOND


STRAIGHT MONTH


Traffic through the Panama Canal
continued on a high level during the
month of February with all records,
both daily and monthly, being
broken during the 29-day period.
A total of 1,024 oceangoing ships
made the Canal transit during the
month, establishing a record daily
average of 35.3 ships.
Of this total 20 were U.S. Govern-
ment-owned vessels and 7 were
classed as free transits.
Although there were 29 days in
February this year, the traffic record
for February was broken by the end
of the 28th day.
The list of Canal customers during
February included the super tanker
National Defender which went
through the Canal February 27 with
46,860 long tons of bunker fuel oil


from Los Angeles to New York. The
U.S.-flag National Defender is 810
feet long and has a beam of 104.2
feet.
During the month there also were
121 other ships large enough to rate
daylight handling through Gaillard
Cut and 176 more given clear-Cut
preference. Four, including the
National Defender, had a length of
more than 751 feet and six had
beams of 102 feet or more. The aver-
age time spent by all ships in Canal
waters was 13.7 hours.
February was the second consecu-
tive record-breaking month. During
January 1,055 vessels of more than
300 Panama Canal net tons transited
the Canal. This exceeded the pre-
vious monthly record set in March
1963 by 25 oceangoing ships.


PANAMA CANAL





PILLWAY


Vol. II, No. 38 Friday, March 13, 1964



Versatile New Industrial Division


Official No Stranger to Isthmus


Swampchopper, Spud Duck and
Jumbo are not characters out of a
Walt Disney cartoon. They are
highly efficient and practical vehicles
used by the U.S. Army in difficult
terrain.
They also are the brain children
of a versatile U.S. Navy reserve com-
mander who has served with the U.S.
Merchant Marine, the U.S. Navy
and the U.S. Army Corps of Engi-
neers and who arrived on the Isthmus
recently to take over his new duties
as assistant chief of the Panama
Canal Industrial Division.
. Julius Grigore started his career
as an apprentice tool designer in the
Ford Motor Co. in Detroit. He is
a graduate of the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy at Kings Point,
holds two degrees in mechanical en-




Health Bureau

Hackers To Hold

Tourney Sunday

Divots will fly and Summit Golf
Course will undergo surgery Sunday
when the "Health Bureau Hackers"
begin to chop during their annual
Health Bureau Golf Tournament.
The golfing, which begins at 1
p.m., will match golfers and non-
golfers in a scotch-twosome tourna-
ment of 9 holes. During the tourna-
ment refreshments will be available
on the course. An even larger crowd
than last year's turnout of 70 is
expected to slice up the green turf
in quest of many prizes. Among the
prizes are 25 ceramic creations by
Mrs. Rita Berger and Mrs. Anne
Walther.
The climax to a day of frustration
(to many people chasing a little
white ball around a field is no sport)
will be a dinner served in the dining
area of the club. The "Come and
get it!" is expected at 5 p.m.


gineering from the University of
Detroit, and a license as a profes-
sional mechanical engineer from the
State of Vermont.
As a man who can't resist a chal-
lenge, Grigore developed many of
his ideas when necessity became the
mother of invention. The Swamp-
chopper is an amphibious vehicle
equipped with a grass cutting arm
for chopping swamp grass. It was
developed for use in the marsh areas
of the Great Lakes. The Spud Duck
is another amphibian used for sub-
soil exploration in water up to 18
feet in depth. The Jumbo is classed
as the most mobile highwayable
truck in the U.S. Army Supply
System.
Grigore also is the author of a
number of articles published on con-
struction and transportation equip-
ment, including one appearing in
the November-December issue of
the Military Engineer on a new type
of channel maintenance survey
barge called the Dragon, designed
and built for the Army Engineer
District in Detroit.
The method to drag channel
bottoms as described in this article
is similar to that now being used by
the Panama Canal Dredging Divi-
sion on an experimental basis to
drag the channel bottom of Gaillard
Cut for high spots.
With service in the Merchant
Marine, U.S. Navy and Army,
Grigore is no stranger to the Isthmus.
He came through the Canal on
various occasions as an engineer
officer on U.S. merchant marine
vessels and visited the Isthmus in
1957 as an observer of Operation
Caribex, a joint U.S. and Latin
American Armed Forces maneuver.
He was a planning and design
officer in the U.S. Navy from 1951
to 1954; U.S. Army Ordnance Project
Engineer, Amphibious Trucks, from
1954 to 1957; and from 1957 to the
time he came to the Isthmus, he was
in Detroit as chief of the Army
Plant Branch.


$13,500 in Fund

For Families of

Dead Servicemen

More than $13,500 has been con-
tributed by residents of the Canal
Zone, both civilians and members
of the U.S. Armed Forces, to a fund
which will be used to benefit the
families of the four U.S. servicemen
who gave their lives in performance
of their duty during the recent
Panama disorders.
The Servicemen's Survivors Fund,
sponsored by members of civic, reli-
gious and fraternal groups in the
Canal Zone, was started in January.
Almost immediately contributions
ranging from $1 to $100 began pour-
ing in. Most of the funds have been
contributed by individuals living
in the Canal Zone, although a
number of sizable checks have been
received from various organizations
and private companies.
When the fund is closed within
the next few days, the money will
be paid to the survivors on the basis
of need, according to the committee
in charge headed by George A.
Black. John I-I. Terry has been acting
as secretary and Edward G. Coyle
as treasurer.


44 Events Slated

For Swim Meet

The Canal Zone Schools system
and Albrook AFB will jointly spon-
sor a long course swimming meet to
be held March 25 at the Albrook
pool at 2 p.m.
The meet, consisting of 44 events,
was arranged by Lt. Col E. F. Smith-
wick, coach of the Albrook team.
Trophies will be awarded to first
place winners, medals for second,
and ribbons for third place. Entry
blanks may be obtained at the
Balboa pool or at the Albrook pool.
All age groups are included in the
meet.


Francis A. Castles


Annual Horse Show

Set for March 21

At Fort Kobbe
The Fort Kobbe Riding Club will
hold its annual horse show Saturday,
March 21, at the Fort Kobbe stables.
The program will open at 1 p.m.
An exciting program featuring
English, Western, and novelty riding
events has been scheduled. Entries
are expected from all riding clubs
of the Canal Zone.
The fast-paced schedule will in-
clude saddle and bareback jumping
events, pacing events, and such
crowd-pleasing tests of skill as pole
bending, a barrel race, rescue race,
and relay race.
Events for various age groups are
planned. Riders as young as 6 will
compete in their age group in various
tests of horsemanship skill and
proficiency.
Also on the program will be a
performance by Montelina, a horse
trained to perform intricate move-
ments at the command of her mis-
tress, Miss Denise O'Donnell.
The public is invited to attend.
Tickets at 25 cents each may be pur-
chased at the Fort Kobbe Riding
Club the day of the horse show, or
at any of the Canal Zone Riding
Clubs.
Refreshments from the "chuck
wagon" will be available.


MIAMI HERALD OFFERED
Arrangements have been made for daily delivery of the Miami
Herald to homes in the Canal Zone by 5 p.m. of the day of
publication if the required number of subscriptions can be
obtained.
The arrangements were made in response to requests of the
officers of the U.S. Civic Councils.


An agency in Panama City has
agreed to handle the distribution
problems if the Civic Council will
secure subscription arrangements
with Canal Zone residents. This
company will deliver the Miami
Herald, including the Sunday
paper, at a subscription price of
$5 per month if 1,000 or more
subscribers can be obtained, or
$4.50 per month if 1,100 or more
subscribers can be assured.
It will not be possible to obtain


Name___.
Box No. __
Town -__
House No.


this paper at a reasonable rate
unless the 1,000 subscriber goal
is met. The Civic Councils would
like to see home delivery started
on April 1. This can be done if
subscription agreements reach
1,000 by that date.
If you are interested in this
offer, clip the coupon below and
hand it to one of your Civic Coun-
cil officers or mail it to Pacific
Civic Council, Box 41, Balboa
Heights.


S Post Office-
S Street_____


I agree to subscribe to the Miami Herald for a period of
1 year at the rate of $5 per month, payable monthly in advance
($4.50 per month if a total of 1,100 subscriptions are obtained).
With 1 week's notice, this agreement will be temporarily sus-
pended during periods when I am on leave away from the
Canal Zone. It will be terminated should I leave the Zone
permanently.


(Signature)


(Date)


Superintendent


Of C.Z. Schools

Francis A. Castles, acting super-
intendent of the CanalZone Division
of Schools since November 1963,
has been promoted to Superinten-
dent of Schools effective Sunday,
March 15. He had held the position
of acting superintendent of schools
since November 1963, when Sigurd
E. Esser, former Superintendent of
Schools, retired from Panama Canal
service and left the Isthmus to reside
in the United States.
The new superintendent of Canal
Zone schools was born in Revere,
Mass. He received his bachelor of
education degree at Villanova Uni-
versity, Villanova, Pa., and his
master of education degree at Boston
College Graduate School, Chestnut
Hill, Mass.
He taught school and was an ele-
mentary school principal in Mas-
sachusetts for 4 years prior to coming
to the Canal Zone in 1946.
After teaching mathematics in the
Junior High School, he was named
acting principal of the Balboa Junior
High School in February 1947. The
following school year he was pro-
moted to Junior High School
principal.
During the school years 1952-53
and 1953-54, he was principal of the
La Boca Junior-Senior High School.
In 1955 he was named principal of
Balboa Junior High School and
prior to his promotion in May 1961
to assistant superintendent U.S.
schools was principal of the Diablo
Heights Junior High School.
He was awarded a Fullbright
scholarship for study in Norway and
Italy in 1960, the first Fullbright
grant to be received by a member
of the Canal Zone's Division of
Schools. He was selected by the
Board of Foreign Scholarships of
the Department of State for the
grant, which is more formally known
as the International Educational
Exchange Program of the U.S.
Government.
He resides in Los Rios with his
wife and daughter.


Architecture Trends

In Latin America

Traced by Author

Art in Latin American Architec-
ture by Paul F. Damaz, with a
preface by Oscar Niemeyer, is a
beautiful and stimulating book
which can be of interest to the lay-
man as well as to the professional
artist or architect. The book is
organized into two sections.
Part I includes a survey of Latin
America, ranging from the sources
of its culture to the daring use which
Latin American architects have made
in combining native arts with
designing and building.
Part II describes examples with
photographs of construction in
which murals, sculpture, stained
glass, tiles, and mosaics have been
used as an integral part of famous
Latin American buildings. Business
and government structures, churches,
private houses, and theaters are
included in these accounts.
This is a major publication for
architects and artists who are con-
cerned with a return to the integra-
tion of their talents and the applica-
tion of them as practiced in Latin
America.


Gift of the Panama Canal MuseutM

Castles Named







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


March 13, 1964


MUMBLE, MUMBLE; HUH? WHADDAYA WANT?



About Those Telephone Manners...


Easter Sunrise


Service Planned
Dr. Frank A. Tobey, pastor of the
Balboa Union Church, will speak at
the Easter Sunrise Service March 29.
The service will be held at Fort
Amador in the area by the sea at
the near end of the Fort Amador
causeway, where it has been held
for several years. It will begin at
6 o'clock Easter morning.
Dr. Tobey, an American Baptist,
is a graduate of Gordon College,
Beverly Farms, Mass. (B.A.), and
Gordon Divinity School (B.D.). He
did advanced study at Hartford
Seminary, Hartford, Conn., and Yale
Divinity School, New Haven, Conn.
He was awarded a doctor of divinity
degree by Gordon College in 1956.
Dr. Tobey was ordained March 1,
1929, in the Baptist Church, Med-
ford, Mass. He served in civilian
parishes and in the Massachusetts
National Guard (1922-1925), and was
commissioned a second lieutenant,
infantry (ORC) in November 1924.
In January 1938 he transferred to the
Army chaplaincy with the rank of
first lieutenant (ORC). He was called
to active duty February 24, 1941,
and served until released from active
duty April 6, 1946.
In July 1947 Chaplain Tobey was
recalled to active duty and served
until October 31, 1961, when he was
retired from active duty with the
rank of Major General (Ret.), having
risen to the position of Chief of
Chaplains, U.S. Army.
In addition to 13 service ribbons,
Chaplain Tobey was awarded the
Distinguished Service Medal, Legion
of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster, and
the Bronze Star Medal.
Dr. Tobey has served as Pastor
of Balboa Union Church since
November 26, 1962.


Two Clubhouse Sections

To Close for Inventory

Sections of two Panama Canal
Service Centers will be closed at the
end of the month for formal
inventories.
Merchandise sections in the Cris-
tobal unit will be closed on Tuesday,
March 31, at 1 p.m. instead of the
usual closing hour of 6:45 p.m. The
Diablo Heights main merchandise
section will not open until 3 p.m.
on Wednesday, April 1.
Cafeteria lines in both units and
the Cristobal Pier Snack Bar will
remain open for regular service.


TWISTERS: TAKE HEED
Under the heading of "hazardous
extracurricular activities," the student
health service at Ohio University
lists something new-a wild, arm
flapping dance called the "bird" (also
known as the "chicken"). This swing-
ing, winging, new dance style has
already resulted in several student
shoulder strains serious enough to
require medical treatment.


Brr-rr-ngl Your telephone rings in
a business office of the Panama
Canal organization.
By the simple act of lifting the
instrument from its cradle and speak-
ing into it you become, in that
instant, the organization. You are its
host, official greeter and welcoming
committee-for the moment. And
you don't know, do you, until after
you have identified your office, your-
self, and have offered by the tone of
your voice to be of assistance, whom
you are greeting?
Does a caller ever have to ask you
to identify your office-or yourself?
Put Gum in "Neutral"
Do you mumble hoarsely into the
mouthpiece, or chew gum obviously,
offending the ear of the caller?
When you are not the party the
caller wishes, do you courteously
offer to get the desired party on the
phone? How do you ask him to wait?
Does the tone of your voice indicate


S&CS Bureau Wins

Governor's Safety

Trophy Third Time
The Canal Zone Governor's
Annual Safety Trophy for the calen-
dar year 1963 again has been earned
by the Panama Canal Supply and
Community Service Bureau. This is
the third year the bureau has re-
ceived this award. The Governor's
Safety Trophy was received by the
Supply and Community Service
Bureau in 1959 and then consecu-
tively in 1962 and 1963.
No date has been set as yet for
the formal presentation ceremony.
L. A. Ferguson, Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau Director, dis-
cussing accident prevention in his
bureau stated:
"In our operations, accident pre-
vention and efficiency are one. . .
The familiar slogan 'Safety is No
Accident' is a reality in the Supply
and Community Service Bureau.
Safety to us is an 'all hands' effort.
"We have found that planning
safety into each job and then han-
dling the whole as an operational
problem with built-in safety pre-
cautions has made accident preven-
tion more a matter of foresight than
hindsight with very beneficial results
to our employees and to our
operations."


to the caller that you are there
(preferably on the first, never more
than the third, ring of the phone) to
be of service. Or do you give the
caller the impression that you are
annoyed by the interruption, by the
insistent clarior for attention which
he has caused by dialing your num-
ber, say "Just a minute," in a bored-
sounding voice, and send the phone
crashing loudly to your desk?
If the party he wants is your boss
and he is not available, how do you
handle that situation? Are you so
rude as to ask him to call back? If he
offers to do this, it is a gesture on
his part which you may graciously
accept, but you should never request
it! Offer to call him back yourself,
when the party is available, to save
your supervisor the inconvenience
and annoyance of "sweating out"
busy signals or the possibility that
now, the calling party is not available
to speak.
Do You Offer Help?
If the party calling seems to give
the impression (and he will, if you
listen carefully to his voice) that
he cannot wait to be called back at
some later time, how much trouble
do you take to satisfy his needs
yourself? Do you offer to do any-
thing for him, do you suggest
someone else for him to speak to?
If he decides to leave a message, he
has every right to put his confidence
in you to faithfully deliver that
message promptly and accurately so
that the action he requires is taken
in a proper and timely manner.
Surely, you don't send him away
frustrated and unsatisfied-not liking
you, or your agency
In the Canal organization, though
many employees, and the people in
and out of the organization with
whom they do business are bilingual
many more are not. Perhaps it doesn't
occur to you that a person who
learned English through the medium
of a textbook in a Spanish-speaking
country might not be able to under-
stand your smooth, Southern drawl,
Midwestern twang, New England
"A's." Since you don't know who is
on the other end of the phone, speak
as clearly and distinctly as you pos-
sibly can-and slow down a bit, too,
so that the name of your office and
your own doesn't become one long,
uninterrupted, unintelligible jumble
of alphabet soup which would be
impossible to sort out. If Spanish is
your native language, remember that


to many Americans who learned
Spanish by textbook, Castilian Span-
ish is the only Spanish there is.
About That Accent . .
They don't compare the existence
of a Panamanian accent to their own
regional accents of English from the
United States. Just as an American
accent might be hard to understand
when that American is trying to
speak Spanish, the Spanish accent
on the English language is sometimes
difficult for Americans to under-
stand-particularly on the telephone.
So slow down, speak distinctly,
clean it up!
Busy signals and wrong numbers
are two things which all of us have
to contend with day-by-day. But, if
you have obtained two wrong
numbers before finally reaching the



Careless Parking

Can Be Expensive


...and Dangerous

Do you park your car properly
when it's on an incline? If not, you
could be the cause of property
damage, personal injury-even death
-and your negligence cbuld be
costly.
A Canal Zone traffic regulation
states: "No person driving or in
charge of a motor vehicle shall per-
mit it to stand unattended without
first stopping the engine, locking the
ignition, removing the key, and
effectively setting the brake thereon
and, when standing upon any grade,
turning the front wheels to the curb
or side of the highway." Failure to
do so is a violation of the traffic
regulation.
An accident resulting from a car
drifting away because the driver has
not taken the precaution of turning
the wheels sharply toward the curb
can be costly and serious. When
damage to property or person is
caused by this negligence the driver
will have to go to court, for a judge
to determine what penalty is to be
paid, depending on the circum-
stances. A jail sentence also could
follow.
When there is no property damage
the driver may be fined, $5 for the
first offense and $10 on a second
offense.


office you wished in the first place,
do you take out your wrath on the
person who answers that phone?
Why should you be angry at him?
You shouldn't, and you aren't, but
you're angry at something and have
to "take it out" on someone. Self
control is a good thing to develop if
you find yourself doing this.
Suppose you're answering one of
the wrong numbers that the person
dialed. Do you make the caller feel
as though he committed a Federal
offense, or deliberately interrupted
what you were doing to anger you?
Chances are, he'll apologize for the
inconvenience he has caused you.
Courteously accept his apology, don't
just hang up on him. You wouldn't
slam the door in someone's face if
they came to your house by mistake
would you? Yet, that's what you can
do on the phone, since the telephone
instrument is the only "door" at the
moment.

Easy on Those Ears
How do you terminate a conversa-
tion on the phone? Do you say
"goodbye" pleasantly at the comple-
tion of your business and gently
replace the instrument in its cradle, W
or do you just say things like "all
righty," "good, then," "O.K." and
slam the receiver into its cradle-
nearly breaking the eardrum of the
poor unsuspecting guy on the other
end who couldn't anticipate this
injury and insult you were going to
do him?
The Panama Canal organization is
an organization representative of the
United States of America. It has
business dealings with individuals
and business enterprises on an inter-
national scope. Can you honestly say
that you are doing everything you
can to favorably impress every
person and agency that attempts to
do business with your organization?
If you can't, then remember, the very
next time the telephone rings in your
office, that you aren't just saying
"Supply Division, Miss Jones speak-
ing, may I help you?"-you are
saying "I am The Panama Canal."


COMFORTS OF HOME
A gasoline station in Osaka, Japan,
is offering its customers tea and hot
baths while their cars are serviced
and washed. The purpose is to help
drivers relax and make them less
likely to have accidents.


THEATER SCHEDULE


A badge which identifies him as a maintenance estimator is presented Alfred
W. Grez by Harry C. Egolf, chief of the Community Services Division, in
an informal ceremony held in the Panama Canal Engineering Division office
at Balboa Heights. From left to right are L. M. Warren, who does a
similar job on Canal Zone public buildings for the Specifications and Esti-
mating Branch; Grez, Egolf, Frank H. Lerchen Designing Engineer, and
Carl J. Browne, Maintenance Engineer. Gretz will be making a personal
inspection of all 6,000 housing units in the Canal Zone. Cost estimates on
the repairs necessary will be based on his findings and included in a long
range major repair budget. Regular housing maintenance will continue as
usual.


Week Beginning Saturday,
March 14, 1964
BALBOA
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:20-Mon., 7:30-
Papa's Delicate Condition
Tues., 7:30-Last Train From Gun Hill
Wed., 7:30-IIarbor Lights
Thurs., 7:30-All Mine To Give
Fri., 7:00-Operation Madball
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Saturday night-Macbeth
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-The V.I.P's
Tues.-Vera Cruz
Wed.-The Stripper
Thurs.-The House Of The Damned
Fri.-Go For Broke
Friday, Owl Show 10:00-Cross Channel
GAMBOA *
Saturday night 8:15 p.m.-The First Texan
Sun.-Vera Cruz
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Stripper
Wed.-The House Of The Damned
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-The V.I.P.'s

COCO SOLO
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Trouble In The Glen
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Johnny Cool
Tues.-In The Cool Of The Day
Wed.-Thurs.-The 4 Days Of Naples
Fri.-Mister Roberts
MARGARITA *
Saturday night-Lancelot And Guinevere
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-A Gathering
Of Eagles
Tues.-North By Northwest


Wed.-Just For Fun
Thurs.-The Misfits
Fri.-The First Texan
Friday, Owl Show 10:00 p.m.-Tarzan's
Peril
GATUN o
Saturday night-The Wings Of Eagles
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Macbeth
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Misfits
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Just For Fun
Fri.-A Gathering Of Eagles
0All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.

Special Matinees
Saturday, March 14, 1964
BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-Everything's Ducky
Mickey Rooney, Buddy Hackett and
Serial Pirates Of The High Seas, chap-
ters 14-15 final. (110 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-The Enemy
General-Van Johnson, Jean Pierre
Aumont and Serial Pirates Of The High
Seas, chapters 12-13. (105 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-20 Million Miles To
Earth-William Hoper, Joan Taylor:
Science-fiction thriller and Serial Pirates
Of The High Seas, chapters 10-11.
(110 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Return To Warbow
Phil Carey, Catherine MacLeod; and
Serial Pirates Of The High Seas, chap-
ters 8-9. (110 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-Ghost Of The
China Seas and Serial Pirates Of The
High Seas.
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Good Day For A
Hanging and Serial Pirates Of The High
Seas, chapters 4-5.


Page 2







March 13, 1964


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Poison Information Center's


Services Take the Spotlight


Honor Guest Presented First Tickets: Capt. Fred E. Perra (left), Canal
Zone Police inspector, to whom the 26th annual Canal Zone Police Ball
March 20 is dedicated, was presented the first two tickets to the ball by
Chairman James L. Dunn. The Police Ball will be held at the Fort Amador
Officers' Open Mess with continuous dancing from 8 p.m..to 2 a.m.


Police Hat Admits Bearer to Ball:
Canal Zone police hats, or rather
reproductions of them, now are on
sale by the Zone police for the 26th
annual Canal Zone Police Ball
March 20 at the Fort Amador Offi-
cers' Open Mess. The tickets were
designed by Police Officer James L.
Dunn, ball chairman.


MAYDAY OR MAY DAY?
If you've ever been bothered
because you couldn't see any rela-
tionship between "mayday," the in-
ternational distress signal for ships
and planes, and "May Day," that
spring festival with the dance around
the maypole, you'll be relieved to
know that there isn't any connection
at all. Actually, "mayday" is simply
an Anglicized version of the French
m'aidez, which means "help me," and
it was adopted for radio SOS com-
munications because it's brief, clear,
unmistakable and can be pronounced
in most languages.


BROWSING COLLECTION
By Eleanor Burnham


The Peregrine Falcon is a nature
novel by Robert Murphy on the
order of Sally Carrigar's A Day on
Beetle Rock. The story follows the
life cycle of one of the greatest birds
of prey from her birth in the Cana-
dian wilds through her migratory
journey to the south. Although this
novel appears to be scientifically
accurate, it is told from the point of
view of the falcon herself. This
unusual approach provides a treat
to everyone-but especially to all
genuine nature lovers.
Castle Corer, by the late Joyce
Cary, is one of the author's early
novels which is now published in
the United States for the first time.
This panoramic novel introduces the
two Corner brothers-one as master
of an inherited Irish family estate,
a man of responsibility and good
will, and the other, foot-loose and
unstable. Mr. Cary's concern with
the effect of the character of these
two men on the people with whom
they come in contact gives a back-
ward glance into the development of
a fine writer. Mr. Cary's death in
1957 was a loss to the world of
literature.
Angelique in Love is the fifth in
a series of romantic adventure novels
by Sergeanne Golon. This one
is about the seventeenth century
French heroine aboard a pirate ship
bound for the New World. This is a
good picture of 17th century life
with plenty of action and excite-
ment. Historical novel fans will
be intrigued by it.
The Graveyard Rolls is a who-
dun-it by Maurice Procter about a
millionaire axe-murder victim. He
was found near his plush sage-green
SRolls-Royce by Chief Inspector Mar-
tineau, who, according to the New
York Times, is one of fiction's best
policemen. This novel lives up to
expectations. All mystery fans surely
should read it.
A Fine Madness, by Elliott Baker,
is an unusual novel composed of a
combination of funny situations and
serious ideas. The hero of the story
is Samson Shillitoe, who is an aging,


wrathful poet who seeks to maintain
his independence in a world which
he believes is trying to reduce him
to anonymity. This is Mr. Baker's
first published work.
Right Hand Opposite by Martin
Stern, a novel about the aircraft
industry, pictures the tension and
excitement in the life of a gifted
engineer who heads his company.
Because of this man's unique talents,
his precarious health causes a busi-
ness crisis. The author worked for
several years in the aircraft industry
and is particularly qualified to write
this story.

FAIR ENOUGH?
During the current year at least
55 major fairs will be held through-
out the world; 37 are scheduled in
Europe, 7 in America, 6 in Africa,
and 5 in Asia.


Gorgas Technician

Taking Special

Course in States

Louis E. Sprauve, a young Pan-
amanian laboratory technician at
Gorgas Hospital, left last week for
Walter Reed General Hospital in
Washington, D.C., to take an exten-
sive 6-month special training course
to study Papaniculeau Staining and
Identification technique.
The technique, commonly called
Pap tests, is useful in determining
early cancer.
Sprauve is the second technician
at Gorgas to be sent to the United
States for this type of training.
When he returns, it is expected he
will be used to support the Cancer
Detection Clinic which is to be
opened later this year under auspices
of the Canal Zone Cancer Com-
mittee.
The Cancer Committee is furnish-
ing funds for the special training
course being taken by Sprauve and
probably will finance the training of
other Canal Zone Health Bureau
personnel in administration and other
details of the operation of a cancer
detection clinic.
Sprauve was born in Gatun 23
years ago. His father is an employee
of the Canal organization and he
was educated in the Canal Zone
schools. Before joining the staff of
Gorgas Hospital Laboratory, he
studied 2 years in the Canal Zone
Junior College. He is married and
has one child.


17 1
C TE'


Looks as if Frank Azcirraga's feet
got so hot while he was at the
console of the Hammond organ at
Summit Gardens that he had to take
his shoes off to let the steam escape.
Actually, he'd just gotten a pebble
in a shoe while taking a break.


The Canal Zone Poison Informa-
tion Center is on the alert 24 hours
a day, continuously manned by a
physician, for every day is poison
control day in the Zone. The spot-
light is on the work of the Poison
Information Center this month espe-
cially, though, for the third week in
March is designated by Pres-
idential Proclamation "National
Poison Control Week."
The Canal Zone Poison Informa-
tion Center, founded in 1959, is
maintained by Dr. Daniel Hirschl,
chief of the Pediatric Service at
Gorgas Hospital, and his staff. But
the center is not limited to the
Pediatric Service, nor to Gorgas
Hospital. It is for the entire com-
munity, and the Canal Zone Poison
Information Center frequently an-
swers calls for assistance from the
Republic of Panama.
Since 1959, the Poison Informa-
tion Center has received more than
750 calls. Not all these calls have


)1


-\

U .oc~


been from physicians. A call from
any source concerning poison is given
immediate attention. In the event
a call reveals a potential poisoning,
the staff at the center goes into
action. The physician on duty calls
the hospital emergency room with
an alert for the arrival of the patient.
The emergency room physician is
told what the suspect poison is and
is informed about the treatment
recommended by the Poison Infor-
mation Center.
The Poison Information Center
has a vast store of information on
materials, natural or manufactured,
that may be poison sources. The
center physician also is able to
advise on what signs and symptoms
can be expected.
When a call is made to the Poison
Information Center the doctor re-
quires information concerning the
age of the individual suspected of
being poisoned, and what and how
much of a potential or known poison
has been taken.
Many calls also come to the center
regarding the breathing of noxious
fumes and mists, and about the
effect of certain materials when
these come in contact with a person's
skin.
Inquiries also come concerning
various products. In the case of trade
name products, the physician at the
center can tell the questioner what
chemicals or poisons are contained
in the products.
In the case of a suspected poison-
ing, get the patient to the nearest
hospital emergency room. For an
ambulance call: Pacific side-Balboa
1211; Atlantic side-Cristobal 1211.
The container of the substance taken
should be brought along with the
patient.
When poison has been taken by
mouth, and until a doctor comes, the
Poison Information Center advises:
Make the patient vomit.
1. Keep his mouth open with a
spoon handle.
2. Place him face down with head
lower than his hips (spank-
ing position).


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
DAVID S. PARKER
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
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.


c-
The portable exhibit structure of the Panama Canal Information Office,
designed for use at fairs and exhibits, has a new role these days at Summit
Gardens. With a floor for dancing and a combo or orchestra-or both-
making music it's a popular addition to the Summit attractions. The musi- Small fry enjoy the music and
cians stimulate the dancers and vice versa. There's music for dancing every dancing, too, not just the.teenagers
Saturday and Sunday, at no charge, from 13 to 83.


Page 3


-1 .


3. Tickle back of patient's throat
with your finger.
4. If patient doesn't vomit, have
him drink two glasses of
water. Repeat steps 1 and 3
or give two to three tea-
spoonfuls of syrup of ipecac.
The Poison Information Center
warns, however, that vomiting is not
to be caused if a patient:
1. Is unconscious or in a coma.
2. Is having fits (convulsions).
3. Swallowed a "corrosive sub-
stance" that burns the
mouth or throat (toilet bowl
cleaners, lye, ammonia,
bleach).
4. Swallowed a. petroleum pro-
duct (kerosene, lighter fluid,
paint thinner, furniture
polish).
The telephone number of the
Poison Information Center is Balboa
2600.


Seminar-Workshop

Session Held

On Filing Claims

This is the month when selected
personnel of the Canal organization
plus representatives of employee
civic and labor organizations may
learn the correct procedure in filing
claims.
Seminars and workshops on
March 13 and 20 will deal with
travel and transportation claims.
A seminar held on March 6 dealt
with safety and injury compensation.
Held at the' Balboa Theatre, the
sessions start at 8:45 a.m. and end
at 2:50 p.m., to enable Atlantic
siders to attend within normal
working hours.
H. D. Raymond, chief,. Claims
Branch, of the-Office of the Comp-
troller, is in charge of the seminars.
He is being assisted by W. H. Smith,
chief, Safety Section, and George
Vieto, chief, Transportation Branch.
Instructional material is distrib-
uted at each meeting.
The seminars meet the need of
employees to correct a general lack
of knowledge of the governing laws
and regulations in the processing
and adjudicating of employee travel
vouchers and personal claims.
Those attending are permitted to
submit questions in advance for
review by a working committee, with
answers prepared for incorporation
in the seminar material.


CAN YOU MATCH THIS?
If we gave a safety award for the
"most successful fire-preventer," Burt
Wilkinson of New York City would
win it hands down. Wilkinson works
as a tester in a match factory where
he lights an average of 3,000 mat-
ches per day. In 20 years-and that's
5 million matches-he's never even
burned his fingers.






THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


March 13, 1964


Employee of Industrial Division

Tops Incentive Awards Program List

Robert H. Bartram, machinist gadget carried convenient
(toolgrinder) -in the Panama Canal pocket of the absent empl
Industrial Division since 1941, real- Another employee sugge:
ized a dream of everyone who has ulations regarding water
ever participated in the Panama which were issued, improving
Canal Incentive Awards program- Nearly all areas of th
five of his suggestions were accepted organization were represented
at one time. Not only were five of employees, who had looked
his suggestions accepted for adop- them and suggested mean
tion, one received the highest prove their working condition
monetary award at the recent cere- tools with which they wo
mony when 41 Incentive Awards
checks and certificates were pres- Philip Steers, Jr., cha
ented 32 successful participants in the nente a
the suggestion program. said the Canal organize
always ready to consider co
One of his suggestions was for an tion suggestions and will
improved method of reconditioning liberally employees making
locks rollers, and others were related
to the tools with which he works.
Clois C. Duffle of the Mainte- i
nance Division received three awards A Science E hi
and Efrain Linares of the Supply M a h 7 1
Division, Carlos L. Greene of the ar
Navigation Division, and H. G.
Crogan of the Railroad Division each Diablo Heights Junior Hig
received two suggestion awards, will hold its yearly science
Arthur J. O'Learyactingat the school gymnasium M
Arthur J. O'Leary, acting comp- 18, and 19. This will be
S18, and 19. This will be
troller, read the citations on the
time that the junior high h*
awards and bureau directors time that e ior hi h hs
added their congratulations to the tis typeit as a
employeesunit. In past years it has be
emplobined with either the hig
One suggestion that received a show or the elementary d
certificate and check will be eviden The 1964 exhibit differs
The 1964 exhibit differs i
to all customers at the Balboa Retail he hi
other features. This year tl
Store, for there is to be improved event will be composed of ir
identification of parking lanes to science projects that the
avoid confusion by the bundle boys shv cnce ived and develo
who deliver packages to cars. A park- assignment ouide of te el
ing lane numbering system was Nearly 450 o f these c
inge Nearly 450 of these co
propose. projects are expected to
A Panama Canal employee in the display.
New Orleans office suggested a Also for the first time tt
pocket page system for use on the be j o t
be judging of the student
docks in New Orleans, saving time Ribbons will be awarded fo
in contacting personnel away from best projects in each of th
the office. When personnel away chemical
from the office are required, some- hg ca t iens, hyiol
one in the office has but to press a pysca ence, pys
button and a buzzer sounds in a anatomy, general botany


Exams Being Given

At Quarry Heights

For Radio Licenses
Canal Zone Amateur Radio
License examinations will be given
every Thursday at Quarry Heights,
according to an announcement from
the Communications and Elec-
tronics Directorate (J-6) of the U.S.
Southern Command.
The testing will range from ham
operator hopefuls wanting to qualify
for a novice class license to the more
advanced amateurs being examined
for their extra class license.
Appointments for an exam can
be made by calling 82-4170 any
time during normal duty hours. Any
U.S. citizen may qualify for an
amateur radio license by meeting
the minimum requirements.
Minimum requirements for novice
licenses are five words per minute
proficiency in International Morse
Code, a basic knowledge of elec-
tronics theory and knowledge of
Canal Zone regulations concerning
operation of a radio station.
To qualify for a general license,
an examinee must be able to copy
13 words per minute in code, have
a general knowledge of electronics
theory and be familiar with the
Canal Zone regulations.
For the more advanced extra class
license, an applicant must be a
general class licensee for at least
2 years, copy 22 words per minute
code and have a thorough knowledge
of electronics theory.
In addition to testing for the three
classes of amateur radio licenses,
examinations will also be given for
maritime mobile licenses.


:ly in a
oyee.
sted reg-
skiing,
ig safety.
e Canal
ed by the
ed about
s to im-
Ins or the
rk.
irman of
mmittee,
Ition is
st reduc-
reward
them.


bit

19

;h School
e exhibit
[arch 17,
the first
as staged
separate
een com-
h school
display.
n several
he entire
idividual
students
ped as an
classroom.
completed
be on


here will
:s' work.
Sthe four
e follow-
science,
)gy and
and zoo-


logy, earth science, and applied
science. Honorable mention awards
also will be made.

Teachers of the junior high
science department are in charge of
the exhibit, headed by Mrs. Florence
Gale. Assisting her are Mrs. JoAnne
Fraley, Mrs. L'Dora Taylor, and
Gary Collins.

The exhibit will be open to the
public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues-
day, March 17, from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. and again from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday, March 18, and from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, March 19.
Parents and interested members of
the community are invited to visit
this exhibit and see the work of the
students.


/I I



L'h1


Jim Riley.


Jim Riley's ERA


A Fantastic 0.62

Balboa High School's Jim Riley,
a senior, is expected to get the start-
ing call Monday night against Canal
Zone College to close out the 1964
interscholastic season.
Riley, an almost certain choice for
the All-Zone team and Pitcher of
the Year honors, has compiled an
impressive record in 3 years on the
mound with the Bulldogs. Jim has
an overall won-lost record of 11-3
with 91 1/3 innings pitched. The
three losses came in his sophomore
year when he had a 1-3 record. He
has notched 134 strikeouts and has
allowed only 43 walks.
In 3 years he has allowed 37 hits
and only 16 runs, half of them
earned, for a fantastic 0.62 earned
run average. As if that weren't
enough, the 6 foot 1 inch lefty
closed out last season with a 1-0 no-
hitter against CZJC. He then opened
the current season with a 6-0 no-
hitter over the Schools Division AC.
In his next outing he was one strike
away from his third consecutive
no-hitter when a single to center
snapped the string.
One of the best hurlers the Canal
Zone has seen in a long time, Jim
could go far in the world of baseball.


Invitational Softball Tournament


Games Scheduled

The U.S. Navy Communications
Station team will take on Abernathy,
S.A., in the first game of the third
annual Pacific Softball League-
Abernathy, S.A. Invitational Softball
Tournament at 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
The tournament will be held at the
Pacific Softball League Park.
At 9 a.m. Saturday the U.S.
Marines will meet Atlas Beer, with
the American Legion taking on the
Air Commandos at 10:30 a.m.
Powell's Garage and White Horse
will tangle at 12:30 p.m., VFW will
play Fort Clayton at 2:30 p.m. and
Galeta Point will take the field
against Philips Radio at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, the winners of the first
two games will meet at 8:30 a.m.
At 10:30 a.m. the winners of the
third and fourth games will meet,
the winner of this game taking on
the winner of the first game of the


Saturday, Sunday

day at 12:30 p.m. The winners of
the fifth and sixth games on Satur-
day will play at 2 p.m., the winner
of this game taking on the winner
of the preceding game for the
championship.
Admission is free and refresh-
ments will be available at the park.
Swings and horseshoe games will be
available for children.
Don Byerley and Charlie Aber-
nathy of Abernathy, S.A., and Bill
Nickisher and Bill De La Mater of
the Pacific Softball League will
present the trophies immediately
after the championship game. The
trophies, official softballs, and gift
certificates are being donated by
Abernathy, S.A. The gift certificates
will be given at random times each
day to the fans sitting in predeter-
mined lucky seats.


Space Still Open


For Junket to


Scout Jamboree

Only one-third of the at spaces
available on the Canal Zone con-
tingent to the Sixth National Boy
Scout Jamboree to be held at Valley
Forge, Pa., have been filled, the
Canal Zone Scout Council has
announced.
The group will spend 3 days in
New York visiting the World's Fair
and points of interest in New York.
The 3-week trip also will include
a 3-day stay in Washington, D.C.
The total cost from the Canal
Zone for the trip is $400, which
includes everything except personal
spending money, uniform and gear.
Members of the contingent may join
the unit at other points and the cost
will be less. For example: other
arrangements are to join the troop in
Miami and return to Miami for $290,
or to join the troop in New York and
leave in Philadelphia for $175.
Option on Fees
Total fees may be paid at the
time of registration or on a sched-
uled basis: $20 at the time of regis-
tration; $50 on March 1; $110 on
April 1; $110 on May 1; and $110
on June 1. Registration forms are
available from all Scout and Explorer
unit leaders or Scout Headquarters.
Scouts must be registered Boy
Scouts at least 12 years of age as of
October 1, 1963, and have earned
first class rank by July 1, 1964.
Explorers must be registered at least
6 months prior to January 1, 1964,
or have transferred directly from a
troop as a first class Scout.
The exact cutoff date for register-
ing for the trip has.not been deter-
mined, but interested and qualified
boys are urged to register imme-
diately to assure space retention.

Leave Zone July 10
According to the itinerary, the
group is scheduled to leave the Zone
by plane July 10 and arrive in Miami
the same day. They leave Miami
July 10 by train for New York,
arriving July 11. The Scouts will
spend July 12 and 13 at the World's
Fair, leaving New York July 14 for
Valley Forge (located approximately
15 miles outside Philadelphia) and
the Jamboree.
The boys will spend July 14, 15,
and 16 undergoing training for the
Jamboree, which will be held July 17
through 23. On July 24 the Scouts
will leave Pennsylvania and head for
the Nation's capital, arriving there
the same day. After 3 days in Wash-



"Lane" Guidance

For Bundle Boys

To Help Spot Cars

Directing bundle boys from the
Balboa Retail Store to the parking
lot will be easier as the result of an
employee suggestion just approved.
Large numbers will be used to
identify the lanes in the parking lot
to better direct bundle boys to the
proper car.
This is expected to eliminate some
confusion currently existing when
the lady of the house says, "Put the
bundles in the red Ford in the park-
ing lot" or something equally vague.
The new system will permit the
customer to say, "I am parked in
Lane No. whatever-it-is" as a pri-
mary direction before adding the
specifics.
This improvement was suggested
by Miss Bertha I. Frensley, an
employee of the Office of the
Comptroller.


ington, the group will leave July 27,
arriving in Miami the following day.
The Scouts will leave Miami for the
Canal Zone by air either July 28
or 29.


SCN-TV SCHEDULE
SUNDAY
1:00-NEWS (English)
1:05-Parade of Sports
3:00-This Is Football
3:30-Sports Time
4:00-Chapel of the Air
4:30-Communism-Myth vs. Reality
5:00-This is the Life
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Exploring
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00-Steve Allen
10:25-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:30-What's My Line
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:05-U.S. Steel Hour
MONDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Magic Land of Allakazam
5:30-It's A Wonderful World
6:00-4-STAR EDITION
6:30-Air Power
6:55-NEWS (English)
7:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05--Password
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Orient Express
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Movietime:
"It Happened Tomorrow"
10:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:10-Movietime-Continued
10:30-Sid Caeser
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOAtlD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS CLUB
5:30-Do You Know
6:00-4-STAR EDITION
6:30-Tennessee Ernie Ford
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-Armed Forces News
7:15-Pat Markun Show
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Telephone Hour
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Prison Shadows"
10:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:10-Armchair Theater-Continued
10:30-I've Cot A Secret
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 World Of Life
About Us"
6:00-4-STAR EDITION
6:30--Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-The Thin Man
7:30-Canal Zone Jamboree
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-The Lieutenant
9:00--CN NEWS (English)
9:05-Zane Grey Theater
9:30-Tonight
10:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:10-Tonight-Continued
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Andy Griffith
Sid Caesar
THURSDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS CLUB
5:30-Science In Action
6:00-4-STAR EDITION
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-Flight
7:30-Concept
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Danny Kaye
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Circle Theater
10:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:10-Sing Along With Mitch
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: The Lieutenant
FRIDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5-00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Dance Party
6:00-4-STAR EDITION
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-Price Is Right
7:30-Candid Camera
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Hootenanny
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Jack Paar
10:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:10-Fight of the Week
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Tonight
SATURDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
1:50-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Saturday Double Feature:
"It Happened Tomorrow"
"Prison Shadows"
5:30-NET-Beginnings "Hillary"
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-True Adventure
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Lawrence Welk
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Jerry Lewis
10:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
10:10-Mystery Theater
10:30-TheUnexpected
11:00-FINAL EDITION
l:15-Steve Alien


Page 4


0































0







Gran EspectAculo Ecuestre Anual Habra en


Fuerte Kobbe el SAbado Venidero 21 de Marzo


El Club de Equitaci6n de Fuerte Kobbe celebrarA su especticulo ecuestre
annual el 21 de marzo en los establos de Fuerte Kobbe. El program
comenzarA a la 1 de la tarde.
SUn interesante program en el cual sobresaldrAn events ecuestres ingleses,
del Oeste y de fantasia, ha sido preparado. Se espera la inscripci6n de todos
los clubs de equitaci6n de la Zona del Canal.
El program incluira events de saltos con silla y sin silla, ademAs de
pruebas de habilidad como carrera de barriles, carrera de rescate y carrera
de relevo.


Se han planeado events para various grupos de edades. Jinetes tan j6venes
como de 6 afios competiran en su propio grupo en varias pruebas de habilidad
de equitaci6n y pericia.
Tambi6n habrA en el program una actuaci6n por Montelina, una yegua
entrenada para ejecutar evoluciones intrincadas al mandate de su duefia, la
Srta. Denise O'Donnell.
El pfblico esta invitado para asistir. Los boletos a 25 centavos cada uno
pueden obtenerse en el Club de Equitaci6n de Fuerte Kobbe el dia del
espectAculo, o en cualquiera de los clubes de equitaci6n de la Zona del Canal.


Castles Superintendente

De la Divisi6n de Escuelas

Francis A. Castles, quien funge
como superintendent de la Divisi6n
de Escuelas de la Zona del Canal
desde noviembre del afio pasado, ha
sido ascendido para ocupar el cargo
en propiedad a partir del domingo
15 de los corrientes. El superinten-
dente Castles viene ocupando el
cargo en interinidad desde la partida
del ex titular, Sigurd E. Esser, quien
se jubil6 y abandon el Istmo para
domiciliarse en los Estados Unidos.
El nuevo superintendent de es-
cuelas es native de Revere, Massa-
chussetts, y se recibi6 de Bachiller
en Ensefanza en la Universidad de
Villanova, pasando luego al Colegio
Sde Postgraduados de Boston, en
Chestnut Hill, Massachussetts, donde
obtuvo su Master.
Antes de venir al Istmo en 1946
ejerci6 el magisterio en su Estado
natal, Ilegando a director de prima-
ria en 4 anos.
Despu6s de dictar la cAtedra de
matematicas en la Escuela Interme-
dia, se le design como director inte-
rino de la Escuela Intermedia de
Balboa en febrero de 1947; el rango
de director en propiedad le fue otor-
gado el afio siguiente.
Durante los afios lectivos 1952-53
y 1953-54 fue director de la Escuela
Intermedia y Secundaria de La
Boca; en 1955 se le nombr6 director
de la Escuela Intermedia de Balboa
y, antes de ser ascendido en mayo
de 1961 a Ayudante del Superinten-
dente de Escuelas Norteamericanas,
ejerci6 la direcci6n de la Escuela
Intermedia de Diablo Heights.
En 1960 obtuvo beca de la Full-
bright para studios en Noruega e
Italia, siendo esa la primera vez
que un miembro de la Divisi6n de
Escuelas de la Zona del Canal reci-
bia tal distinci6n. La Junta de Becas
Extranjeras del Departamento de
Estado lo seleccion6 para esa beca.
Castles reside con su esposa e
Shija en Los Rios.



LLEGO DEL JAPON

LA la. DE 3 GRUAS
La primera de tres grias-locomo-
toras ordenadas del Jap6n para las
Esclusas del Canal de PanamA, lleg6
al Istmo la semana pasada abordo
del vapor Pioneer Mill y fue desem-
barcada en el muro Este de las Es-
clusas de Gat6n, llevindose en ello
varias horas.
Inmediatamente se procedi6 a
montar la gr6a para someterla a
pruebas esta semana en una via espe-
cial que fue tirada en Gatun para
ese prop6sito.
La nueva gr6a puede moverse
sobre el mismo tipo de rides que las
"mulas" de las esclusas. Una vez
se la ponga en servicio, la gr6a fun-
cionarnt permanentemcnte sobre el
muro central de las Esclusas de
Gat6n.
Una vez se hayan realizado todas
las pruebas en forma satisfactoria,
se impartial la orden para que se
proceda a construir las otras dos
gr6as similares que estain destinadas
Sauna para las Esclusas de Pedro
Migucl y para la de Miraflores la
otra. Al moment se espera que esas
gr6as sean entregadas el afio en-
trante, en enero una y en agosto
la otra.
Las tres gr6as-locomotoras for-
man part del pedido de 59 nucvas
remolcadoras que estan siendo cons-
truidas por la Mitsubishi Shoji
Kaisha, Limitada, del Jap6n, para
el Canal de Panamai.


-'1
W1arn. -


VI ; w u w m
Miembros del Combo "Comets" hicieron entrega de un cheque al Comit6 de Becas Latinoame-
ricanas en la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso. En la fotografia aparece el gerente de los Comets,
Joshua E. Robinson, entregando el cheque a la Sra. de Toribio Martin. De izquierda a derecha
estin Stanley Bryan, Robinson, la Sra. Martin, el Profesor Louis H. De Armas, del Comit6 de
Becas Latinoamericanas; Eduardo N. Jones y David J. Failey.


Festival de Musica de Concierto


Manana en el Estadio de Balboa


Mafiana a las 7:30 de la noche se
inaugural en el Estadio de Balboa
lo que vendra a quedar establecido
como el Festival Anual de Muisica
de Concierto de la Zona del Canal.
Los ensayos para el concerto se
realizaran hoy y mafana.
El Departamento de MNisica de
la Zona del Canal auspicia este con-
cierto en que tomarin part una
banda de 125 instruments, una or-
questa de 110 instruments y un
coro seleccionado. Los m6sicos par-
ticipantes proceden de la Escuela
Intermedia de Diablo Heights, de
la Escuela Intermedia y Secundaria
de Crist6bal, de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Balboa y de la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal.
Para este gran espectaculo musi-
cal se orden6 mAsica especial y las
orquestas de las escuelas han venido
ensayando, trabajando separada-
mente los coros y las bandas por
varias semanas ya. Hoy y mafiana
ensayarAn conjuntamente por pri-
mcra vez antes del concerto.
La nota sobresaliente del ensayo
la ha de constituir el Festival de
Solos que se realizari en presencia
de un jurado. Quienes se distingan,


recibirAn una medalla y se les esco-
gern para las parties de Solo en el
concerto de primavera en sus res-
pectivos planteles. Este festival de
Solos se verificaro en el auditorio de
la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa hoy
de 1 a 5 de la tarde y mafiana de
9 de la mariana al mediodia.
Los estudiantes del litoral Atlan-
tico serin hu6spedes de los del Paci-
fico. Esta noche celebrarAn un bailey
en el auditorio de la Universidad.
El concerto del sibado es gratis
y todos quedan invitados.


44 Eventos de Nataci6n
En Albrook el Dia 25
El ramo education de la Zona del
Canal y la Base A6rea de Albrook
auspiciardn events de natacidn de
larga distancia que deben celebrarse
en la piscina de Albrook el dia 25 de
marzo a las 2 de la tarde.
El Teniente Coronel E. F. Smith-
wich, coach del equipo de Albrook,
estd encargado de los preparativos
para este event consistent en 44
competencias.
Los ganadores recibirdn un trofeo,
medallas quienes lograren los segun-
dos lugares y cintas para los terceros.
Los formularios de inscripcidn
pueden obtenerse en las piscinas de
Albrook y de Balboa, estando abier-
tas las inscripciones en todas las
categories por edades.


El Canal de Panama





PILLWAY

Vol. II. No. 38 Viernes 13 de Marzo de 1964


EXHIBITION DE CIENCIAS EN LA ESCUELA


INTERMEDIA DE DIABLO LOS DIAS 17 AL 19


La Escuela Intermedia de Diablo celebrari su exhi-
bici6n annual de Ciencia en el gimnasio del plantel los
dias 17, 18 y 19 de los corrientes, siendo esta la primer
ocasi6n en que se efectua este tipo de exhibici6n por
separado, ya que en afios anteriores se realizaba con-
juntamente con un espectAculo montado por la escuela
secundaria o exposiciones de la elemental.
La exhibici6n de este afio difiere de la de afios prece-
dentes en various aspects. Esta vez se trata de proyectos
individuals sobre tema cientifico que los alumnos han
concebido y ejecutado fuera de horas de classes. Se
calcula en unos 450 los proyectos de esta naturaleza
que scrAn expuestos.
Tambi6n por primera vez, se juzgarA el trabajo de
los estudiantes, concedi6ndose cintas a los cuatro mejo-
res proyectos exhibidos, un premio por cada una de las
siguientes categories: Qulmica, Fisica, Fisiologia y


Anatonia, Bot.nica General y Zoologia, Ciencia de la
Tierra y Ciencia Aplicada. Se otorgaraln menciones
honorificas a trabajos que asi lo ameriten.
El cuerpo de profesores de la escuela intermedia,
Facultad de Ciencias, estarii a cargo de la exhibici6n,
encabezado por Mrs. Florence Gale a quien ayudan
Mrs. Jo Anne Fraley, Mrs. L'Dora Taylor y Gary
Collins.
La exhibici6n estara abierta al piblico de 9 de la
maiiana a 5 de la tarde el martes 17 de marzo; el mi6r-
coles abrira de 9 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. y de 6 a 9 de la
noche y el jueves 19 solo de 9 de la mariana a 3 de la
tarde.
Tanto los padres de los estudiantes cuanto la comu-
nidad en general quedan invitados a visitar esta
exhibici6n que promote ser del agrado de todos.


De un Golpe Gan6 5

Premios de Incentiva

Robert H. Bartram

Robert H. Bartram, mecAnico tor-
nero (esmerilador de herramientas)
en la Divisi6n Industrial del Canal
de Panama desde 1941, convirti6 en
realidad un suefio de todo el mundo
que haya participado en el program
de Premios por Incentiva del Canal
de Panama-cinco de sus sugestiones
fueron aceptadas de un solo golpe.
No solamente fueron cinco de sus
sugestiones aceptadas para ser pues-
tas en acci6n, sino que una recibi6
el premio mis alto en efectivo en
la reciente ceremonia, cuando 41
cheques de Premios por Incentiva
y sus correspondientes certificados
fueron entregados a 32 afortunados
participants en el program de
sugestiones.
Una de sus sugestiones fue para
un m6todo mejorado de reacondicio-
namiento de rodillos de las esclusas,
y otra fue relacionada con las herra-
mientas con las cuales trabaja 61.
Clois C. Duffie, de la Divisi6n de
Mantenimientb recibi6 tres premios
v Efrain Linares de la Divisi6n de
kbastos, Carlos G. Greene de la Di-
visi6n de Navegaci6n y H: G. Crogan
de la Divisi6n de Ferrocarril reci-
bieron cada uno dos premios por
sugestiones.
Arthur J. O'Leary, Contralor Inte-
rino, ley6 las citaciones de los pre-
mios y los jefes de direcci6n
agregaron sus felicitacaiones a los
empleados.


Ei Dr. Rogelio E. Arias

Preside Asociaci6n Medica


El Dr. Rogclio E. Arias, segundo
jefe del Servicio de Obstetricia v
Ginecologia del Hospital Gorgas,
tom6 posesi6n cl viernes pasado,
del cargo de Presidente de la Aso-
ciaci6n MIdica Nacional de la Re-
publica de Panamat en ceremonial que
tuvo vcrificativo en el Ateneo de
Ciencias v Artes de Panami.
El reputado professional panamefio
ha laborado por mulchos afios en el
Hospital Gorgas y es extensamente
conocido tanto en la Rcp6blica de
Panaml cuanto en la Zona del Canal.
Forman la Directiva de la Asocia-
cion Mddica panamcfia, junto con
el Dr. Arias, los doctors Virgilio
Peralta y Josi Gucvara F., viceprc-
sidcntcs; F6lix A. Pittv, secretario;
Francisco Morcno Pascal, tesorcro;
, Rodrigo Bernal y Adolfo Malo
Iglesias.







SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Marzo 13, 1964


GEnTE En LA nOTICIA


Raymond George, oficinista de la Divisi6n de Bombe-
ros de la Zona del Canal, que act6a como secretario
en la oficina del Ayudante Administrativo, tiene 31
afios de servicio con el Gobierno de los Estados Unidos
en la Zona del Canal, 28 de ellos con el Canal de
PanamA. Antes de ingresar a la Divisi6n de Bomberos
en 1956. George labor durante 12 aiios en la Secci6n
de N6minas de la Divisi6n Industrial, 8 afios como
professor de educaci6n fisica en las Escuelas Latino-
americanas en un program especial para los niiios
exploradores, 2 afios con el Ej6rcito y 1 afio con la
Armada de los Estados Unidos. George esta encargado
de la correspondencia de la oficina, y tiene que dar
informes estadisticos mensuales a la oficina del Direc-
tor de la Divisi6n de Bomberos. George es un ejecutivo
scout del International Boys Scouts en la Zona del
Canal y para ello estuvo 3 meses en 1950 en la escuela
Schiff Scout Reservation en Nueva Jersey. En el escul-
tismo mundial tiene el titulo de Ayudante Diiputado
Jefe de Campo y es ademas miembro del equipo de
adiestramiento en la Asociaci6n de Scouts de Panama.
George es casado y tiene tres hijos, con los cuales reside
en Pedro Miguel. George naci6 en Panama y curs6
studios en la Escuela Secundaria de La Boca y en el
Institute Nacional de PanamA, de donde sali6 para
trabajar y ayudar a su familiar. El fue Presidente durante
3 afios, hasta 1963, de la Asociaci6n de Padres de
Familia de Paraiso. Coopera con los Consejos Civicos
y le gustan los deportes, especialmente el futbol y el
softball, los cuales jug6.


La Sra. Evelyn Howell, Ayudante
Bibliotecaria en la Biblioteca de la
Zona del Canal, es la encargada de
archivar los libros en la estanteria
de la Biblioteca, como puede verse
en la fotografia, empaca libros, arre-
gla el lugar y ayuda en otras labores
en ese centro de informaci6n cultu-
ral. Nacida en la ya desaparecida
poblaci6n de Red Tank, la Sra.
Howell reside ahora en Rainbow
City con su esposo, Edward Howell,
un oficinista de la secci6n de viveres
de la Divisi6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales en el sector Atlfn-
tico. Ella tiene que viajar todos los
dias al sector Pacifico para cumplir
con sus obligaciones en la Biblioteca.
Su servicio con el Canal de Panama
data desde hace 24 afios, aunque
tiene solamente 7 afios de trabajar
con la Biblioteca. Su primer empleo
lo tuvo en la secci6n de calzado en
Mount Hope, donde sirvi6 como ofi-
cinista durante 17 afios. Ella estu-
di6 en la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City y en la Escuela Pablo
Arosemena en la ciudad de Col6n.
Tambi6n tiene un diploma de bor-
dado a maruina obtenido despubs de
3% afios de studios en la Escuela
Ideal en Col6n. La Sra. Howell gan6
en noviembre pasado un premio de
$15 por una sugesti6n que hizo para
facilidad de las personas que usan
la Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal.
A ella le gusta leer, coser y hacer
peinados.


gCuLntos Actos Arriesgados y Descuidos de

Reglas de Seguridad Encuentra Usted Aqui?


;ik4


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
l: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-Estreno Sorpresivo
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-Show de la Una
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-Mister Ed
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-Show de la Una
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 Rogers
7.30-Fuego de Juventud
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-Show dela Una
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-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-Show de la Una
l: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-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-Show delay Una
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportaies 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-E1 Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Boris Karlof
9:00-El Fabricante de Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyecei6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Reportajes Mundiales
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-Rumbo a lo Desconocido
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


En Su Pantalla
PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
Vieres 13_._.. 30 Beyond A Reasonable Doubt The Tall Story
Owl Show 10:00 p.m. Owl Show 10:00 p.m.
Rogues Regiment Never Say Goodbye
SAbado 14_____ It Happened At The World's Fair Swordsman Of Sienna The Story Of The Count Of
Monte Cristo
Domingo 15 Fanny The Curse Of Frankenstein El Cid
Lunes 16--__ Fanny The Curse Of Frankenstein El Cid
Martes 17.----- Finger Man and The Unfaithfuls and The Old Dark House and
Frankenstein 1970 War Of The Satellites Jungle Manhunt
Mi6rcoles 18- The Unfaithfuls and Finger Man and Disembodied and
War Of The Satellites Frankenstein 1970 Dillinger
Jueves 19_--_. Payment On Demand and Nude Odyssey Beyond A Reasonable Doubt and
Tennessee's Partner Slightly Scarlet
Viernes 20-__-- Nude Odyssey Payment On Demand and 30
Tennessee's Partner
Owl Show 10:00 p.m. Owl Show 10:00 p.m.
The In-Between Age Rogues Regiment


PAgina 2


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Inspector Leclere
11:00-Silvese quien pueda
11:30-Hazafias del Espacio
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Repriss: Novela Semanal
3:30-Repriss: Novela Juvenil
5:30-Festival de Cartones
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Cero Uno
8:30-Los Perseguidores
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
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Tombstone Arizona
6:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Aventuras de Bin 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 Pfrez
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-Tombstone Arizona
6:30-E1 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-El 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-Tombstone Arizona
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
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-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-Tombstone Arizona
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-Disk 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-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-Tombstone Arizona
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-Rev6lver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Mi Carretilla y Yo
2:00-Repriss: Novela 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 Submarino
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Dimensi6n Desconocida
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15-Pelicula


0


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

MARZO

Del 12 al 21-Temporada Artistica de Verano del Departamento Nacio-
nal de Cultura del Ministerio de Educaci6n de Panama. En el Estadio
Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena (Panama). Habran funciones de teatro,
ballet clisico, danzas folkl6ricas y espaiiolas, recitales po6ticos y
de canto.

Del 9 al 14-Sexta Reuni6n del Subcomit6 de Coordinaci6n Estadistica
del Istmo Centroamericano. PanamA.

Del 18 al 22-David, Chiriqui. Feria Anual Agropecuaria e Industrial.
Fiestas Patronales de San Jos6.

Del 22 al 29-Semana Santa. Solemnes Oficios religiosos y procesiones
en todo el pais.


-- A I-







Marzo 13, 1964


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Los Ciclistas A6n

Son un Problema

En Aceras y Calles

Los ciclistas contiiian siendo un
Sproblema para los peatones en las
comunidades de la Zona del Canal.
Son numcrosas as l qucjas que se
reciben sobre el particular, en espe-
cial con relaci6n al transito de bici-
cletas por las aceras y al hecho de
que con frecuencia se llevan pasa-
jeros sobre las bicicletas.
Los reglamcntos quce rigen sobre
el tninsito vehicular en la Zona del
Canal establccn qlue "cuando al-
guna persona monte una bicicleta
sobre una acera, esa persona debe
de ceder el derecho de via a todo
pcat6n y dar social audible, oral o
de otra manera, antes de pasarse o
empareiarse con tales peatones."
Tambien estatuyen que "no se debe
transporter sobre una bicicleta mayor
nuimcro de personas que aquel para
el cual fue diseiiada y equipada."
Toda violaci6n de estos reglamen-
tos constitute una transgresi6n y
ofensa pilblica y el transgresor puede
ser procesado si tiene 7 afios de edad
o mims..
El reglamento tambi6n establece
que los padres o tutores de menores
que violent el mismo quedan sujetos
a procesamicnto si "autorizan o,
sabicndolo, permiten a los nifos bajo
su tutelage violar cualquiera de las
provisions sobre bicicletas."
Se pide a los padres de menores
residents en la Zona del Canal que
no escatimen esfuerzo en estimular
en ellos la observancia de los regla-
mentos sobre bicicletas.


En el ailo 46 A. de C. Julio Cisar
con la cooperaci6n del astr6nomo
egipcio Sosigenes, puso coto a la
confusion prevaleciente en la medi-
ci6n del tiempo, fijando el aiio solar
de 365 dias y un cuarto de dia,
conforme al sistema egipcio.


Valiosos Servicios Presta Centro 35.3 Naves por Dia


De Information Sobre los Venenos
El Centro de Informaci6n Sobre Venenos de la Zona del Canal se mantiene en estado de
alerta las 24 horas del dia, continuamente bajo el mando de un medico, pues todos los dias son
de control de envenenamientos, especialmente durante el mes en curso, ya que la tercera semana
de marzo lha sido calificada por Proclama Presidencial como "Semana Nacional del Control de


Venenos."

Fundado en 1959, cl Centro de
Informaci6n Sobre Venenos de la
Zona del Canal es operado por el
Dr. Daniel IIirschl, jefe del Servicio
de Pediatria del Hospital Corgas y
su personal subalterno. Pero no estA
limitado a la pediatria ni al Hospital
Corgas, ya que los servicios de ese
centro se exticndcn a today la colec-
tividad y, con frecuencia, se atien-
den solicitudes de ayuda prove-
nientes de la Repiiblica de PanamA.
Desde 1959 el centro ha recibido
mais de 750 llamadas. No todas pro-
vienen de m6dicos, pero no importa
de d6nde ni de qui6n procedan, todo
asunto relacionado con envenena-
mintos es atendido de inmnediato.
Si el caso concierne un envenena-
miento, el personal del centro entra
en acci6n. El medico de turno llama
lala sala de emergencia del hospital
para alertarlo sobre el arribo del
paciente, advirti6ndosele al medico
de esa sala de emergencia que se
sospecha que se trate de un caso
de envenenamiento, indicAndose qu6
tipo y sefialindosele el tratamiento
correspondiente, recomendado por
el Centro de Informaci6n Sobre
Venenos.
El centro citado tiene a su dis-
posici6n vastos recursos informati-
vos sobre materials, naturales o
manufacturados, que pueden ser
fucnte de envenenamiento.
El mbdico del centro tambi6n esta
capacitado para interpreter los sin-
tomas o sceiales indicativos de
envenenamiento.
Al recibirse en el centro una lla-
mada, el medico de turn pide se le
informed sobre la edad de la pre-


GUARISMOS EN SITIOS DE ESTACIONAMIENTO


En adelante la labor de los mu-
chachos dedicados a cargar paquetes
entire el Almacen de Balboa y los
vehiculos de los parroquianos sera
infinitamente mAs ficil gracias a su-
gesti6n hecha por un empleado y
que ha sido acogida.
NMimeros de grandes dimensions
se usarin para identificar los sitios
de estacionamiento de vehiculos a
fin de que los cargadores de paque-
tes puedan hallarlos con mayor pron-



0 Seminario Sobre

Reclamos-Quejas

Este es el mes cuando personal
select de la organizaci6n del Canal,
ademAs de representantes de orga-
nizaciones civicas v obreras de los
empleados pucden aprender los pro-
cedimientos correctos para formula
sus reclamos.
Seminarios iue se llevarnn a cabo
los dias 13 y 20 de marzo trataran
sobre qucjas de viaje y transport.
Un seminario celebrado cl 6 de
marzo trat6 sobre seguridad y com-
pensaci6n por incapacidad por
lesiones.
Las sesiones, que se celebran en
el Teatro Balboa, comicnzan a las
8:45 a.m. y terminan a las 2:50
p.m. con el objcto de permitir que
los residents del Atlintico asistan
dentro de las horas normales de
trabajo.
H. D. Raymond, Jefe del Ramo
de Reclamos de la Contraloria, esta
encargado de los seminaries. Es avu-
dado por W. H. Smith, Jefe de la
Seccion de Seguridad, v George
Victo, Jefe de la Secci6n de
Transportes.
En cada reunion se distribute
material instructivo.
El seminario se enfrenta a la nece-
sidad dc los empleados para corre-
gir una falta general de conocimiento
de las leaves y reglas vigcntes cn la
claboracion y adjudicaci6n de los
papeles de viaje para el empleado y
las quejas de personal.
Aquellos que asisten pueden for-
mular preguntas por anticipado para
ser incorporadas en el material del
seminario.


titud. Esto eliminard cierta confu-
si6n que generaba en el instant en
que la Ama de Casa decia: "Ll6veme
estos paquetes al Ford colorado
estacionado allia afuera."
Ahora se podra decir: "Mi carro
estai en el sitio de estacionamiento
nmlmero tal .." y no habri modo
de equivocarse.
La sugerencia anterior fue hecha
por la sefiorita Berta I. Frensley,
funcionaria de la Contraloria.


SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mai. So autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquicr
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud exprcsa.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
DAVID S. PARKER
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jcfe de la Oficina de Informacion
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
cn el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correrspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.


Inspeccionardn

Las Viviendas

La semana entrants se inicianin
inspccciones para dcterminar las re-
paracioines que requieren las vivien-
d(is en la Zona del Canal con
miras a introducir las partidas en el
presupuesto.
El plan de largo alcance ha sido
asignado a Alfred W. Grez, del ramo
de Espccificaciones y Calculos de la
Division de Ingenieria, y se buscarat
mantener los costs al minimo para
los inquilinos, y sin que afecte el
progranma normal de mantenimiento.
Grez, bajo la supervision de L. M.
Warren, inspeccionara cada vivienda.


ANO DE FERIAS
podria llamarse al corriente cuando
se celebraran no menos de 55 de las
cuales 37 est:in fijadas en Europa,
7 en Am&rica, 6 en Africa y 5 en
el Asia.


sunta victina de envenenamiento;
sobre c6mo y en qun forma se sos-
pecha que se caus6 el envenena-
miento y la cantidad absorbida y
si se conoce el veneno.
En el centro se reciben tambien
numerosas llamadas relacionadas con
haber aspirado vapores t6xicos y
sobre el efccto de ciertas materials
cuando entran en contact con la
piel humana.
Igualmente se reciben Ilamados
sobre various products, y en el caso
de tratarse de products conocidos,
el medico del centro puede ofrecer
informaci6n relative a los compues-
tos quimicos o venenosos que
contuviere el product dado.
En casos donde se sospeche
que hay envenenamiento, procirese
transport a la victim a la sala de
emergencia del hospital mas pr6xi-
mo. Las Ilamadas para ambulancia
se hacen a los siguientes telefonos:
Costa Pacifica: Balboa 1211. Costa
Atlintica: Crist6bal 1211.
No descuide nunca ilevar consigo
el receptAculo del cual provino el
veneno ingerido.
Cuando se ha ingerido oralmente
un veneno, es recomendable tomar
las siguientes medidas mientras llega
el medico: Procure hacer que el
paciente vomite.
1. lant6ngale la boca abierta con
el mango de una cuchara.
2. Col6quelo con la cara mis
baja que la cadera (como
cuando se toma a un niio
sobre las rodillas caribajo).
3. Cosquillele la garganta con
un dedo.
4. Si el paciente no vomita, hagale


Tecnico Panamenio

Se Especializara

En el Walter Reed

Louis E. Sprauve, joven tecnico
de laboratorio, quien presta servi-
cios en el Hospital Gorgas, sali6 la
semana pasada para el Hospital
Walter Reed, de Washington, D.C.,
donde tomara un curso intensive es-
pecial de 6 meses sobre tecnica para
determinar el cAncer en sus inicios,
conocido como medio de identifica-
ci6n Papaniculeau, a la que corrien-
temente see I llama prueba Pap.
El joven panameno Sprauve es el
scgundo tecnico del Gorgas enviado
a los Estados Unidos para este tipo
de adiestramiento. Cuando regrese,
se utilizarAn sus servicios en la Cli-
nica de Detenci6n del Cancer que
sera inaugurada este afio bajo los
auspicios del Comit6 del CAncer de
la Zona del Canal.
Es ese comitA el que esta cos-
teando los studios que harA el t6c-
nico panameno y probablemente
sufragara, tambien, el adiestramiento
de otros miembros del personal de
la Dirccci6n de Salubridad de la
Zona del Canal en otras fases de la
operaci6n de la clinic de detenci6n
del cAncer.
Sprauve naci6 en Gatuin hace 23
afios; su padre trabaja con la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal y el joven hizo
sus studios en escuelas zoneitas.
Antes de ingresar al laboratorio del
Hospital Corgas asisti6 por 2 afos
al Colegio Intermedio de la Zona del
Canal. Es casado y tiene un vAstago.

Cerrado por

Inventario
Dcbido a inventario permanece-
ran cerradas dos secciones de Cen-
tros de Servicios Comunales del
Canal de PanamA a fines de este
mes. La media afccta a la secci6n
de mercaderia en CristObal, que
cstara cerrada el martes 31 de los
corrientes desde la 1 de la tarde,
y la principal secci6n de mercancia
de Diablo Heights, que no abrirAi
sino hasta las 3 de la tarde del
19 de abril.
Las llamadas cafeterias de ambas
uinidades funcionarAn normalmcnte,
asi como la de mcrienda en el iMuelle
de Crist6bal.


beber dos vasos de agua.
Repita los puntos 1 y 3 o dele
dos o tres cucharaditas de
sirope de ipecacuana.
El Centro de Informaci6n Sobre
Venenos advierte, empero, que no
debe provocarse el v6mito del
paciente cuando:
1. Esta inconsciente o en coma.
2. Tiene convulsiones.
3. Ha ingerido substancia corro-
siva que causa quemaduras
en la boca o garganta (lim-
piadores de retretes, amo-
niaco, blanqueadores o cosas
parecidas).
4. Ha ingerido derivado del pe-
tr6leo (kerosin, fluido para
encendedores, aguarrAs, etc.).
El tel6fono del Centro de Infor-
maci6n Sobre Venenos es Balboa
2600.

El sistema montaiioso, o lo que
podria llamarse la cordillera, que
aparece casi como vertebra del he-
misferio occidental, tiene su centro
en PanamA. La division natural de
ese sistema de montafias motiva un
fen6meno raro que han observado los
ornit6logos: el que las aves que se
encuentran en Chiriqui, por ejemplo,
no siempre se hallan en Darien,
habiendo species distintas a cada
extreme del Istmo de Panama.

Con iniras a reducir el uso de
telefonos oficiales la compaiifa del
ferrocarril install hace medio siglo
telef6nos automiticos de monedas en
16 clubhouses, comisariatos, estacio-
nes de tren y otros sitios adecuados.


Cruzaron el Canal

Los trAnsitos por el Canal de
PanamA continuaron en un alto nivel
durante el pasado mes de febrero,
habiAndose establecido nuevas mar-
cas, tanto en el numero cotidiano
de cruces cuanto en los correspon-
dientes a un period de 29 dias.
Un total de 1,024 naves de alto
bordo cruzaron el Canal durante
ese mes, lo que arroja un promedio
diario de 35.3 naves.
De ese total, 20 eran naves per-
tenecientes al Gobierno de los Es-
tados Unidos y 3 realizaron trAnsitos
gratuitos.
El record para febrero fue batido
en el 28" dia del mes y no se debe,
pues, al afio bisiesto.
Entre los usuarios del Canal en
febrero figure el super buque-cis-
tena National Defender, que lo
cruz6 el 27 de febrero con 46,860
toneladas largas de combustible, pro-
cedente de Los Angeles v destinado
a Nueva York. El National Defender
mide 810 pies de eslora y 104.2
pies de manga.
Durante el mes llegaron tambien
121 naves lo suficientemente grandes
como para ameritar un cruce diurno
por el Corte Gaillard, v 176 mAs a
las que se otorg6 prioridad.
Cuatro, incluvendo el National
Defender, median mAs de 751 pies
de eslora y 6 tenian manga de 102
pies o mas.
El promedio dc tiempo empleado
en aguas del Canal fue de 13.7
horas.
Febrero fue el segundo mes con-
secutivo en que se establecieron
nuevas marcas de trinsitos por el
Canal de Panama. Durante enero
1,055 naves-de mis de 300 tonela-
das del Canal de Panaml-transita-
ron por dicho Canal. Esa cifra
excedi6 en 25 la marca registrada
en marzo de 1963.


NO ES UN EXTRANO AL ISTMO VERSATILE

FUNCIOARIO DE LA DIV. INDUSTRIAL


Los aficionados al cine reconoce-
rian como apelativos de personajes
de Walt Disney los nombres de
Swampchopper, Spud Duck y Jumbo
v quizAs desconociesen que se trata
de excelentes vehiculos militares
empleados por el Ejrcito de los
Estados Unidos para transitar sobre
terrenos accidentados.
Esos vehiculos fueron ideados por
un versatil Comandante de la Re-
serva Naval de EE. UU. (que tam-
bien tiene larga experiencia en la
marina mercante v el cuerpo de inge-
nieria del Ejercito) y quien lleg6 al
Istmo recientemente, para asumir las
funciones de avudante jefe de la
Division Industrial del Canal de
PanamAi.
Egresado de la Academia de la
Marina Mercante de Kings Point,
Julius Grigore, ostenta dos diplomas
de ingenieria mecanica de la Univer-
sidad de Detroit, asi como licencia
professional como ingeniero mecinico
expedida por el Estado de Vermont.
Crigore inici6 su carrera como apren-
diz en el diseio de herramientas en
la Ford Motor Co., en Detroit.
Grigore ha tenido muchas oportu-
nidades de comprobar que en efecto,
como reza el dicho, la necesidad es
madre de la invenci6n.
Baste considerar: el Swamp-
chopper (Corta-Pantanos) es un ve-
hiculo anfibio equipado con un
brazo-guadafia que fue disefiado
para las ireas pantanosas de los
Grandes Lagos. El Spud Duck (Pato-
Azad6n?) es otro vehiculo anfibio
para la exploraci6n del subsuelo su-
mergido hasta bajo 18 pies de agua.
Con respect al Jumbo, se le clasi-
fica como el camidn mas maniobrable
de los empleados por el sistema de
abastecimientos del Ej6rcito de los
Estados Unidos.
Grigore es autor, igualmente, de
numerosas cr6nicas sobre equipo de
construcciOn y de transport, inclu-
sive una aparecida en la edici6ni
correspondiente a novicmbre y di-
ciembre de la rcvista de Ingenieria
Military, la cual versa sobre un tipo
nuevo de barcaza para el manteni-
miento de canales, Ilamada cl
Drag6n; esa barcaza exploradora
fue diseiada y construida por cl dis-
trito de ingenieria military de


Detroit.
El m6todo consistent en rastrillar
el fondo del canal descrito en ese
articulo, es similar al empleado ac-
tualmente por la Divisi6n de Dragas
del Canal de PanamA, en via
experimental en el Corte Gaillard
para encontrar los puntos elevados
sumersos.
Habiendo servido en la marina
mercante y en la Armada y el Ej-r-
cito de los Estados Unidos, el Istmo
no es algo desconocido para Grigore,
ya que transit por el Canal en
varias ocasiones como official de inge-
nieria en naves mercantes y visit
cl Istmo en 1957 como Observador
de la Operaci6n Caribex, maniobra
conjunta de las fuerzas armadas de
los Estados Unidos y Latinoameri-
canas.


Servicios Pascuales

Al Amanecer el 29
El Dr. Frank A. Tobey, Pastor de
la Iglesia Uni6n, de Balboa, hablarA
durante los servicios religiosos que
se celebrarin a la salida del sol el
dia 29 de marzo, Domingo de
Pascua.
Estos servicios se celebran tradi-
cionalmente en Fuerte Amador, a
orillas del mar, cerca del tcrrapl6n
Iue conduce a las Islas Fortificadas,
empezando a las 6 de la mariana.
El Dr. Tobev se ordcn6 en marzo
de 1929 en la Iglesia Bautista de
Medford, Massachussctts. Ha ser-
vido en las Fuerzas Armadas en
varias ocasiones como Capellain con
el rango de Tenicnte y cuando se
retire del servicio active, en octubre
de 1961, tenia el rango de Mayor
General (Ret.), habhindo alcanzado
la dignidad de [efe de Capellanes
del I'Ejrcito de los Estados Unidos.
Adcmis de 13 cintas de servicio,
cl Capellin Tohey recibi6 la Medalla
de Servicios Distinguidos, la Legi6n
del Ml6rito con Racimo de IIojas de
Robles y la Medilla Estrella de
Bronco.
El Dr. Tobey cs Pastor de la Iglc-
sia Uni6n (de BIalboa desde el 26 de
noviembre de 1962.


Pagina 3







SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Marzo 13, 1964


AHORA LE TOCA A ULTIMINIO CAER


BAJO LOS PUNOS DE ISMAEL LAGUNA

La victoria obtenida el martes por la noche en el Palacio de los Deportes de
Paris por el pigil panameiio Ismael Laguna sobre el cubano Angel "Robinson"
Garcia, lo ha colocado en una posici6n envidiable para disputar la corona mun-
dial de peso pluma al campe6n Ultiminio "Sugar" Ramos, de Cuba, que ahora
reside en M6xico.

Laguna se repuso de dos caidas el martes para lograr un triunfo por decision
unAnime sobre Garcia, a quien la revista "The Ring" tiene clasificado como el
primer peso junior welter del mundo, es decir, tres categories por encima de la
division de Laguna, que es el primer peso pluma del mundo tanto en las clasi-
ficaciones de la Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo como de la revista "The Ring."


Rodrigo SAnchez, Vicepresidente
Regional para la Am6rica Latina de
la Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo, ha
enviado una carta a Emile Bruneau,
President del Comit6 de Campeo-
natos Mundiales de la AMB, recor-
dAndole que en comunicaci6n ante-
rior habia dicho que Ramos tendria
que defender su titulo frente al pri-
mer retador de la division, despu6s
de su defense ante el japon6s Mitsu-
nori Seki, a quien venci6 por nocaut
t6cnico el 19 de marzo en Tokio.
SAnchez busca que Bruneau obli-
gue a Ramos a defender su titulo
frente a Laguna, o de lo contrario
se declare vacant la corona de las
126 libras.
Ya hay un promoter en Panami,
Hector Vald6s, Jr., que estA dis-


En Santa Cruz Preparan

Liga Adulta de Volibol

La comunidad de Santa Cruz
tiene vivo interns en dar comienzo
a su traditional Liga de Volibol
adulta. Por tal motive se inform
a todas las personas interesa-
das que deben comunicarse a la
mayor brevedad possible con el
Sr. John Small, teldfonos 6-332
o 6-148.


puesto a montar el pleito en el Istmo,
dando una garantia de $40,000 a
Ramos y $10,000 a Laguna. Valdes
hizo un viaje a M6xico hace un par
de meses para conseguir la firma de
Ramos, pero este declar6 que lo haria
despu6s de su pelea con Seki.

OTRA OFERTA PARA
LAGUNA
El apoderado de Laguna, Isaac
Kresch, declar6 que habia recibido
una oferta del agent de boxeadores
Dewey Fragetta, de Nueva York,
para que el p6gil colonense se mida
con el invicto campe6n pluma mexi-
cano Vicente Saldivar el 19 de mayo
en la Ciudad de M6xico.
Kresch ha contestado la oferta
solicitando $10,000 y tres pasajes de
ida y vuelta, considerando la envi-
diable posici6n en que se encuentra
su pupilo en las clasificaciones mun-
diales de la division.
Parece poco probable que Laguna
pelee en Mexico, debido a la altura
de la ciudad, pues se ha compro-
bado que ello afecta notablemente
al destacado boxeador del Istmo. Su
6nica derrota frente al colombiano
Antonio "Mochila" Herrera se regis-
tr6 en BogotA, Colombia, en donde
la altura afect6 much a Ismael. En
la revancha celebrada en PanamA La-
guna oblig6 a Mochila a tirar la
toalla y darse por vencido.


Este es el conjunto folkl6rico de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso, a cargo
de la profesora Thelma Osorio, que tom6 parte en la Semana de Educaci6n
Fisica de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.



"MAS VALE EVITAR QUE TENER

QUE REMEDIAR," iRECUERDELO!


Sabe usted c6mo estacionar su
coche cuando estA en un declive?
Si no lo sabe, podria ser usted el
causante de dailos a la propiedad
o personales-inclusive fatalidades-
debido a su negligencia.
El Reglamento de TrAnsito de la
Zona del Canal establece que: "Nin-
gin conductor o encargado de un
vehiculo a motor, debe permitir que
este quede abandonado sin antes
apagar el motor, cerrando el bot6n
de arranque, retirando la llave y
aplicando efectivamente los frenos y,
cuando su auto estuviere estacio-
nado en lugar inclinado, las ruedas
delanteras deben de quedar apun-
tando hacia la acera o falda de la
cuesta." Dejar de dar cumplimiento
a lo anterior constitute una viola-
ci6n de trAnsito.


Puede resultar muy costoso el in-
cumplimiento de lo arriba apun-
tado, ya que el coche podria rodar
cuesta abajo causando series dafios y
hasta arrollando a alguien, de modo
que conviene siempre cerciorarse de
que se han colocado las ruedas hacia
la acera o la falda de la cuesta,
seg6n el caso, para evitar cualquier
percance.
La pena o sanci6n por un descuido
o negligencia podria ser muy several
cuando de ello resultaren dafios a
personas o la propiedad; seg6n la
gravedad del caso podria, inclusive,
haber encarcelamiento. De no resul-
tar dafio alguno la multa montaria a
$5, por la primera vez, y $10 por la
segunda.


EL EX CAMPEON MUNDIAL PEREZ


PELEA EL DOMINGO CON HURTADO

El ex campe6n mundial de peso mosca, el argentino Pascual P6rez, se encuen-
tra nuevamente en el Istmo, para presentarse el domingo 15 de este mes en el
Gimnasio Nacional de la ciudad de Panama en un combat a 10 asaltos contra
el panamefio Eugenio Hurtado, reciente vencedor del argentino Ernesto Miranda,
primer retador del titulo mundial de la categoria de las clasificaciones de la
Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo.
En el program habrA ademAs otros dos combates de 10 asaltos, uno entire los
pesos plumas Carlos Rios y el venezolano Cruz Arvelo, y el otro entire los pesos
gallos Gerardo "Destroyer" Guadamuz y Adalides Mufioz.
El ex campe6n P6rez venci6 a Manuel Moreno en su unica presentaci6n en el
Istmo hace various meses.


Inaugirase el Domingo

La Liga de Softball
El equipo de la Estaci6n de Co-
municaciones de la Armada de los
EE. UU. se enfrentarA a Abernathy,
S.A., en el primer partido del tercer
Torneo Anual por Invitaci6n de la
Liga de Softball del Pacifico-Aber-
nathy, S.A. el sibado a las 7:30 a.m.
en el Parque de la Liga de Softball
del Pacifico.
A las 9 a.m. del mismo dia, la
Infanteria de Marina se enfrentarA
a Cerveza Atlas; la Legi6n Ameri-
cana chocarA con los Comandos
A6reos a las 10:30 a.m.; Garaje
Powell jugarA con White Horse a las
12:30 p.m.; los Veteranos de Gue-
rras Extranjeras se enfrentarAn a
Fuerte Clayton a las 2:30 p.m. y
Galeta Point jugara con Radio
Philips a las 4:30 p.m.
El domingo se enfrentaran los ga-
nadores de los dos primeros juegos
a las 8:30 a.m. Los ganadores del
tercero y cuarto juegos chocarAn a
las 10:30 a.m. y el vencedor de este
partido se enfrentara al ganador del
primer juego del dia, a las 12:30
p.m. Los ganadores del quinto y
sexto juegos del sAbado jugarin a
las 2:00 p.m., y el triunfador de este
partido jugarA con el ganador del
juego anterior por el campeonato.
La entrada es gratis y habri re-
frescos disponibles en el parque.
Habra tambien trapecios y juegos de
herraduras para los nifios.
Don Byerly y Charlie Abernathy
de Abernathy, S. A., y Bill Nickisher
y Bill De La Mater de la Liga de
Softball del Pacifico entregaran los
trofeos inmediatamente despu6s del
partido de campeonato. Los trofeos,
bolas oficiales y certificados de rega-
los han sido donados por Abernathy,
S.A. Los certificados de regalos
serAn dados cada dia, sin previo
aviso, a los fanAticos sentados en
determinados asientos de suerte.

Diversos Deportes en

Programs de Recreo
La actividad de Recreaci6n de
Verano en Paraiso y Pedro Miguel
estA ayudando a la comunidad en
diferentes aspects, o sea, en lo
moral, spiritual y fisico.
Los muchachos y nifias de estas
comunidades estAn recibiendo ins-
trucci6n relacionada con las nuevas
actividades que estAn en el program
este afio. La complete cooperaci6n
de los padres de familiar de la comu-
nidad ayuda en gran forma para el
6xito del program de verano que
se estA dando alli.
Las actividades en las cuales los
muchachos y nifias estan intervi-
niendo este afio son: tenis, boliche,
volifutbol, volibol acuatico, balon-
cesto acuAtico, beisbol acuatico,
ballesteria, acrobacias y beisbol.
La ballesteria y el futbol consti-
tuyen gran diversion para los mu-
chachos. Una de las principles acti-
vidades es la nataci6n. Los mucha-
chos gozan realmente practicando
estos deportes. Hay muchos volun-
tarios que estAn ayudando en ambas
comunidades y estAn prestando una
complete cooperaci6n.

Seg6n el pensar de algunos hom-
bres de ciencia, el Istmo de Panama
se form como tal hace cosa de 1
mill6n de afios. Al surgir este puente
natural entire las dos masas terrestres
representadas por Norte America y
Sur America, se produjo la migraci6n
espontAnea de la flora y fauna de
una hacia la otra y viceversa, cru-
zando los animals y aves del Norte
hacia el Sur y del Sur hacia el Norte.


EL DEPORTIVO VARGAS GANA LAUREL


DE LA LIGA JUVENILE DE SANTA CRUZ


El Deportivo Vargas conquist6 el
campeonato de la Liga Juvenil de
Beisbol de Santa Cruz, al derrotar
en la series final al Deportivo Bennett
por dos victorias a una. En tercer
lugar finaliz6 el Deportivo Banks y
en 61timo puesto el Deportivo Dust
Bourd.
El campe6n de bate de la liga
result D. Wilson, del Deportivo
Bennett con un promedio de .500 al
conectar 16 hits en 32 turnos al bate.


Los mejores bateadores fueron los
siguientes:


Jugador y Equipo
D. Wilson (Bennett)__
Alex Savory (Banks)--
E. Archibald (Bourd)_
V. Garcia (Banks)----
J. French (Bourd)__
A. Cooper (Bennett)__
L. Hilton (Bennett)_-
R. Stennett (Bourd)__-
L. Scott (Vargas)-__
R. Richards (Bennett)-


H Prom.
16 .500
14 .467
14 .452
14 .400
14 .378
15 .375
12 .375
13 .361
12 .353
12 .353


0


ESTRELLAS DE PEDRO MIGUEL

GANAN EN SOFTBOL FEMENINO


El program veraniego de recreo
auspiciado por la Divisi6n de Es-
cuelas qued6 abierto en Pedro Mi-
guel al registrarse para el mismo
unos 200 escolares.
Entre las actividades cotidianas
tenemos el ping pong, badminton,
baloncesto, softbol, volibol, pelota,
juego de argollas y de domin6.
El partido de softbol femenino
las Estrellas de Pedro Miguel (grupo
dirigido por Catherine Dunn) derro-
taron al conjunto Little Rock (que
dirige Lorrinda Sealey) por anota-
ci6n de 16 a 4 en el primer juego,
vengAndose las perdedoras en el
partido de revancha por anotaci6n


de 24 a 15..
SDesgraciadamente para las' vale-
rosas Little Rocks, las Estrellas ga-
naron la series al dominarlas en el
tercer partido por 17 a 4 carreras.

Nifios y nifias practican afanosa-
mente para el torneo de ping pong
que ya se avecina.
Las personas voluntarias que
ayudan al Sr. West en Pedro Mi-
guel son Mrs. Catherine Dunn, Lor-
renda Sealey, Eduardo Best, Ruby
Spooner, Reginald Bennett, Claudius
Joseph, John Jackman, Tradio Fe-
randes,%Roy Aird, Claude Burgess,
Danrley Foster y Eduardo Heywood.


VENCIERON LOS CONTADORES *


AL DEPORTIVO REPUBLICAN

El domingo pasado se efectu6 un bola el Sr. Frederick Lawrence, re-
interesante partido de beisbol en el presentante del Consejo Civico de
campo de juegos de Santa Cruz, en Santa Cruz, y como bateador el Sr.
el cual los Contadores Asociados se Clemente Ara.
impusieron al Deportivo Republi-
cano con anotaci6n de 11 carreras Todos los domingos habrA juegos
por 5. en los campos de Santa Cruz y
En este partido lanz6 la primera Paraiso, simultineamente.





COMITE EJECUTIVO DE ODECABE


SE REUNIRA EN PANAMA PRONTO


En la ciudad de PanamA se cele-
brarAn del 23 al 25 de este mes las
reuniones del Comite Ejecutivo de la
Organizaci6n Deportiva Centroame-
ricana y del Caribe (ODECABE),
en el Sal6n Pacifico del Hotel Con-
tinental. La ODECABE es la que
organize los Juegos Centroamerica-
nos y del Caribe que se celebran
cada 4 afios.
A esta reuni6n asistirAn las si-
guientes personas: Julio Enrique
Monagas, de Puerto Rico, Presi-
dente; Anibal Illueca S., de PanamA,
Vicepresidente; Jos6 Beracasa, de
Venezuela, Tesorero; Julio Illuecas,
de Guatemala, Secretario; Victor
Luque Salanueva, de M6xico, Vocal;


George Abrahams, de Jamaica,
Vocal; Manuel Rivas, de El Salva-
dor, Vocal; Alberto Narifio Cheyne,
de Colombia, Canciller; Luis Fran-
cisco Hurtado, de Panama, Asesor
Tecnico; Gral. Jos6 de Jesfs Clark
Flores, de M6xico, Presidente Hono-
rario; Manuel Roy, de PanamA,
Miembro Honorario.
A la reuni6n tambien concurrirAn
rcpresentantes del Comit6 Organi-
zador de los D6cimos Juegos Depor-
tivos Centroamericanos y del Caribe
que se celebrarAn en San Juan,
Puerto Rico, en julio de 1966, con
el fin de informer sobre los prepara-
tivos que se adelantan para la rea-
lizaci6n de los mencionados juegos.


Paigina 4


-- I




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - Version 2.9.9 - mvs