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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: April 17, 1964
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00454
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL




Spillway


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


SVol. II. No. 43


50 Years of Service . To World Commerce


Friday, April 17, 1964


Forty-seven cayucos, with four
Explorer Scouts to each cayuco, are
being screened in readiness for the
1964 Ocean to Ocean Cayuco Race
to be held April 25 and 26. Ocean
to ocean at the Isthmus of Panama
means "only" some 50 miles, but
the race is fraught with excitement
and adventure and each year draws
large crowds of spectators to cheer
the competing crews on their way.
The race is conducted by the
Canal Zone Council, Boy Scouts of
America, as a Council activity and
each crew member must be an
Explorer in good standing from any
Post, Ship, or Squadron of the
Canal Zone Council.
SAll Pacific side participants in this
year's race are required to board the
train at the Balboa Railroad Station
with personal and racing gear at
3:10 p.m. Friday, April 24. They will
spend the night on the Atlantic side
and the ocean to ocean race will start
Saturday morning, April 25, at
8:30 a.m.
Layover at Gamboa
The first cayuco is expected to
arrive at Gatun at approximately
9:30 a.m. and at Gamboa approxi-
mately at 2:15 p.m. Saturday. The
cavucos will be beached and secured
for the night at Gamboa and a supper
and movie are planned for the
cayuco racers.
The ocean to ocean cayuco race


Hey, Kids, Look!

Special Matinees

Price Unchanged
When is a child over 12 still con-
sidered a child, movie ticket-wise?
During the special children's
*matinees on Saturdays, and special
summer and holiday vacation
matinees, that's when.
Charging the adult price for chil-
dren over 12 years of age, which
went into effect in the Canal Zone
theaters recently, does not apply to
the special matinees during the
summer vacation and during the
Christmas and Easter holidays, said
T. G. Relihan, general manager of
the Supply Division. He also pointed
out that all children and students
are admitted at the reduced price
to the special children's matinees on
Saturday in the Zone theaters.
At the regular motion picture pre-
sentations, children over? 12 years of
age are charged the adult price.


Going Someplace?
The following is a verbatim
report of a recent bureau staff
conference. Only the names are
changed to protect the innocent.
Colonel ABLE: When are you
going to Detroit?
Mr. BAKER: I think on the 6th.
Is it Detroit or Baltimore?
Colonel ABLE: I thought it was
Detroit.
Mr. CHARLEY: Henry told me
Atlanta.
Mr. BAKER: The correspond-
ence says California.
Colonel ABLE: Check up on it
or you'll be lost.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: He's already
lost.)


will be resumed Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
and, judging by past years, the first
cayuco is expected to reach the
Dredging Division Landing at Pedro
Miguel at approximately 10 a.m. The
cayucos will transit and will proceed
toward the finish line at approxi-
mately 1 p.m. The finish line will be
an imaginary line extending from
Pier 2, Rodman Naval Station, to
a boat anchored 50 yards from the
end of Pier 2 out in the Canal.
Supper, followed by an awards
ceremony at the baseball stadium,
Rodman Naval Station, is planned
at 3:30 p.m.
Two Classes Competing
There will be two classes of crews
competing: Award Competing Crews
and Patch Crews. Each Award Com-
peting Crew, competing for first,
second, third, and fourth place, will
consist of no more nor less than four
members who meet qualification
requirements. The same four crew
members who start the race must
continue throughout to the finish
and compete on a unit basis.
Patch crews will be composed of
any number of qualified members
consistent with the size of the
cayucos and considered safe by the
race committee inspectors. Patch
crews may substitute members of
other crews who have participated
in the entire race up to the point of
substitution. Award Competing
Crews may make such substitutions,
but if they do, will be reclassified
as Patch Competing Crews.
A Cayuco Race Trophy will be
presented to the Award Competing
Crew placing first. Pennants will be
presented to the Award Competing
Crews placing first, second, third,
and fourth. Medals will be awarded
to individual members of Award
Competing crews placing first,
second, third, and fourth.


Team spirit: Cadet 1st Lt. Louis Austin, commander of the Cristobal High
School ROTC Drill Team, smiles at Diane Asbury, team sponsor, after
the team had been awarded the ROTC best drill team rotating trophy. The
trophy went to the Cristobal team for the second year in succession. Other
award winners at the annual ROTC Field Day held in Balboa are shown
from left to right: Cadet Capt. Kenneth Darlington, commander of winning
"B" Company of Balboa; Cadet 1st Lt. Robert Zack of Cristobal, leader of
the best platoon; Cadet Sgt. Joseph Fernandez of Cristobal, best individual
cadet and leader of winning squad; Cadet Staff Sgt. Jerry Worsham of
Balboa, leader of squad taking second place; Cadet Sgt. Randal Everson
of Balboa, second place as best individual cadet; and Cadet Staff Sgt.
Vaughan Taylor of Balboa, third place as best cadet.



7 Panama Canal Employees Get


Exemplary Service'Awards, Checks


Seven Panama Canal employees
were presented service awards, each
with a check for $150, by Lt. Gov.
David S. Parker, last week, but
to one of the employees present
active participation in the ceremony
came as a complete surprise.
Miss Annie F. McDade, secretary
to the chief of the Executive Plan-
ning Staff, came with stenographic
)ad and pencil, ready to take notes.
Instead, she found she was one of
the seven being honored.
Miss McDade was presented a


Former SS Panama To Be Put


On Hawaiian Islands Cruise Run


A new lease on life has been given
the former SS Panama.
She has been sold by the American
President Lines to the Hawaiian
Monarch Line, Ltd., and will cruise
between Hawaiian Islands as the
SS Queen Liliuokalani.
According to the New York Times,
the Panama, which has been oper-
ated since 1957 as the President
Hoover by the American President
Lines, was purchased by the newly
formed Hawaiian Monarch Line for
$800,000 and will undergo extensive
alterations before entering her new
service.
The alterations will include a
change from her present capacity of
202 passengers in 65 staterooms to
80 cabins with accommodations for
160 passengers, all in outside state-
rooms.
The renovation also will include
elimination of the present cargo
capacity of 7,255 tons of dry and
1,890 tons of refrigerated cargo
space.
The Hawaiian Monarch Line is to
take possession of the ship on her
return to San Francisco April 23
following her last cruise to the
Far East as the President Hoover.
Refurbishing the ship at a Pacific


coast shipyard is scheduled to be
completed early in July, after which
she will be ready to begin her 7-day
circuit of Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and
Hawaii.
The Times story quoted Kenzie
S. Nicoll, executive vice president,
and James R. Cannon, vice president,
of the recently organized Hawaiian
Monarch Line as saying the recon-
verted vessel would not carry freight
or automobiles. The vessel would
operate as a cruise ship only and
would represent an investment of
$1.5 million.
When the former Panama was pur-
chased by the American President
Lines for $5.7 million in 1957, she
was refitted at a cost of close to
$500,000. The decision of the Pres-
ident Lines to retire the President
Hoover was due to her small pas-
senger capacity and her relatively
slow speed.
The ship was one of three sister
liners built in Quincy, Mass., for the
Panama Line in 1939. The Ancon
now operates as the Maine Maritime
Academy training ship State of
Maine and the Cristobal remains in
the service of the U.S. Government
on a run between New Orleans and
the Canal Zone.


certificate and check in recognition
of exemplary service to the Panama
Canal in her capacity as secretary.
In addition to her normally pre-
scribed duties, Miss McDade han-
dled with dispatch and superior
ability numerous details connected
(Continued on p. 4)


Cayuco Crews


Tune Up for Big


Ocean-Ocean Race


Multilingual Reading Fare Needed,


Provided for Patients at Gorgas
"Ohio," "God Morgan," or "Bue- Special Services Librarian and the
nos Dias." In the King's English that American Red Cross. Books and
,s "Good Morning" in Japanese, Nor- magazines donated to the Canal Zone
wegian and Spanish. These are onl" Library are screened for suitability
a few of the greetings heard at for patient use.


Gorgas Hospital to wish you the
"top of the morning." During the
past 2 years, 36 different nationalities
have been found among the seamen
patients alone.
Among the services offered at
Gorgas, in addition to excellent med-
ical care, is diversional reading mate-
rial for all patients provided through
the combined efforts of the Canal
Zone Library, the USAFSOUCOM


The material is cleared, mended
and put in good condition if this is
required. Books selected for the
Patients' Library must not be too
bulky or depressing. Books and
magazines on travel and handicrafts
are on the preferred list of the library.
Literature that is light but stimu-
lating and interesting is distributed

(Continued on p. 4)


Radio-operator Ulf Eriksen of Hammerfest, Norway, has a wide choice of
magazines offered by Gray Lady Mrs. Gladys Lovelace, wife of M/Sgt.
Robert Lovelace of Albrook.


Rules Outlined


On Refrigerated


Cargo Deliveries
Refrigerated cargo coming from
New Orleans under employees' rates
aboard the SS Cristobal, will be
accepted at New Orleans for delivery
only to Cristobal, effective with the
sailing of the SS Cristobal from New
Orleans on April 28, it was
announced by the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau.
Employees receiving this cargo
can start taking delivery within 1D
hours after the ship docks in Cris-
tobal, the announcement said. In no
case can delivery be made later than
noon of the day the ship docks. Since
the ship ordinarily docks at 7 a.m.,
this will permit delivery of the cargo
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and
noon.
The ruling became necessary, it
was explained, because of the short-
age of refrigerated storage space and
the inability of the Panama Railroad
to guarantee refrigerated service for
such shipments because of the limited
number of refrigerated cars.
Any information regarding proce-
dure, changes in the'schedule of the
ship or delay in arrival time, may be
obtained by calling Peter Hotsko at
the Terminals Division in Cristobal,
telephone 3-1622.

SCIENCE EXHIBIT
Pupils of Ancon Elementary
School will have a Science Exhibit
Wednesday, April 22, from 2:30 to
3:30 p.m. Grades 1-6 will display
a variety of science materials in the
individual classrooms. Parents and
friends are invited to see the pupil's
work.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


April 17, 1964


Teaching-Healing

Project Mission:

Hope and Health
Communication and understand-
ing between peoples is highly im-
portant in today's world.
Project HOPE has discovered that
one of this world's most precious
assets-medical knowledge-is by far
the best way to speak out to the
people of newly emerging nations
and that one of the most certain paths
to peace today lies in efforts which
enable people to help themselves.
This is the very basis and purpose
of Project HOPE: to bring the skills
and techniques developed by the
American medical profession to the
people of other nations in their own
environment, adapted specifically to
their needs and their way of life.
Symbol of this teaching-healing
project is the SS Hope, the world's
first peacetime hospital ship, a re-
converted 15,000-ton veteran of
World War II and the Korean
conflict.
The SS Hope's most recent mission
brought her through the Panama
Canal southbound late in November,
headed for Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Her log of accomplishments for
the past 2 years in Indonesia, South
Viet Nam and Peru includes these
highlights:
Over 2,000 medical and para-
medical personnel of these
countries have worked and
learned with our American
doctors and nurses.
4,500 patients have been treated
aboard the SS Hope.
Approximately 4,000 major
operations have been per-
formed.
Over 500,000 people on two
continents have benefited by
immunization and other
HOPE services.
And the free world has gained
countless friends who are now
healthier, happier and more
self-reliant individuals.
The SS Hope is now in Guayaquil,
bringing better health knowledge to
the people of another newly emerg-
ing nation. Here, as elsewhere, the
strongest Impact of HOPE's suc-
cesses is the grateful reaction of the
world's needy to those vital missions
and the generous Americans who
supported its program.


Farewell Party

Planned for Elys
A farewell party for Rod and
Marie Ely, sponsored by the Surveys
Branch of the Panama Canal Engi-
neering and Construction Bureau,
will be held at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club April 18. The party
will be in the club patio from 7 to
10 p.m.
Rodney B. Ely, chief of the
Surveys Branch, is retiring from
Panama Canal service in May and
with Mrs. Ely will sail on the
SS Cristobal May 3 for the United
States.
The farewell party will include
dinner, refreshments, and dancing.
Further information may be
obtained by telephoning W. H.
Townsend at Pedro Miguel: 4-434.


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


The U.S. Air Force Southern Command Band from Albrook Air Force Base will present a concert at 2 p.m.
Sunday at Summit Gardens. Hundreds of Summit visitors applauded the band's concert there on April 5. The
concerts feature marches, concert music, Broadway shows selections and popular tunes-and the antics of the
disjointed German band pictured above. This will be the final special event of the dry season at Summit. The
Kiddie's Train, which has been loaded with passengers on weekends, will no longer be in operation at Summit.


BROWSInG $


COLLECTIOn l

By Eleanor Burnham


Marooned, by Martin Caiden, is
a novel that does for space what
Eugene Burdick's and Harvey
Wheeler's Fail Safe did for push-
button war. Caiden is considered an
outstanding authority on aerospace
projects and in addition writes with
skill and style. This novel is about
an astronaut who is marooned in a
space capsule while in orbit with
only 43 hours of oxygen left. All
resources of both United States and
Russia are marshalled to attempt to
rescue the astronaut. Almost every-
one will agree that reading this book
is a nerve-wracking experience.
Deadly Image, by George Harmon
Cox, has all the ingredients of a first-
class mystery-beautiful socialites,
successful businessmen, blackmail,
scandal photographers, and show
girls. Nobody can do a better job of
mixing all these together and getting
a first rate mystery than George
Harmon Cox, who has been doing it
skillfully for years. He is a past
president of the Mystery Writers of
America and once more has lived up
to his reputation.
A Day in the Life of President
Kennedy is an hour-by-hour record
of a typical day in the White House
written by Jim Bishop, well-known
journalist and author. Bishop is
believed to be the last writer to work
with President Kennedy on an
exclusive story. It was written only
a week before the President's death.
It is a sympathetic picture of Ken-
nedy as a charming person and as
a world leader.
Up for Grabs is a Donald Lam-
Bertha Cool mystery by Erle Stanley
Gardner writing as A. A. Fair. This
case is about a whiplash injury and,
of course, it has the fine organiza-
tion, excellent dialogue and authentic
legal treatment for which all of Erie
Stanley Gardner's who-dun-its are
famous. His many fans will find that
his work is as good as ever.
The Genesee is a distinguished
addition to the Rivers of America
series. Henry Clune, the author,
traces the dramatic and historically
exciting story of the Genesee, which
is familiarly called the "Little River
of the Senecas." The Genesee cuts
through New York State from the
Pennsylvania line to Lake Ontario
near Rochester. The book is illus-
trated with line drawings by Douglas


Gorsline and includes a map of the
area by Rafael Palacios. It has a good
index which makes it useful for
checking historical data as well as
for casual reading.
Your Puppy and How to Train
Him is a revised and enlarged edition
of a wonderful book by H. V.
Beamish, who is internationally
recognized in the dog world. In this
book the author has thrown new
light on things to consider in choos-
ing your puppy, and on points to be
observed in starting him out so that
people other than his owner will
entertain a kindly feeling for him.
Since, according to the License
Section of the Civil Affairs Bureau,
there are about 2,000 registered dogs
in the Canal Zone, this book should
interest quite a lot of people.

To save yourself trouble, don't
borrow any.


"The Rainmaker"

On Balboa High

Stage April 23-25

The Rainmaker, a current Broad-
way hit in New York under the name
of 110 in the Shade, will be produced
April 23, 24, and 25 at the Balboa
High School Auditorium with a
Balboa High School student cast.
Written by N. Richard Nash, the
comedy is being produced in New
York by David Merrick, who has
given production rights to the Balboa
High School for a run on the Isth-
mus. It will not be seen locally
either as a film or on the stage for
some time, it was announced.
Appearing in The Rainmaker are
Jon Swain, Laurel Walton, Lerlene
Hayden, James Bay, Fred Perra,
Richard Cressy, John Lincoln and
Michael Nunley.
Tickets will be $1 for adults, 25
cents for groups of 10 or more and
25 cents for Student Association
members and children under 12 years
of age.
Curtain time on all nights will be
8 p.m.


THEATER SCHEDULE


Week Beginning Saturday,
April 18, 1964
BALBOA
(Ar Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15-Mon., 7:30-
Big Red
Tues., 7:30-The Mark
Wed., 7:30-Look Back In Anger
Thurs., 7:30-Tempest
Fri., 7:00-The Fabulous World Of
Jules Verne
Saturday night-Cimarron

DIABLO HEIGHTS o
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Sodom
And Gomorrah
Tues.-The Running Man
Wed.-Police Nurse
Thurs.-War Of The Worlds
Fri.-Jason And The Argonauts
Friday, Owl Show 10:00 p.m.-Cash
On Demand

GAMBOA*
Saturday night, 8:15 p.m.-The Curse
Of Frankenstein
Sun.-The Haunting
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Jason And The Argonauts
Wed.-The Running Man
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Sodom And Gomorrah
COCO SOLO*
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-The Running Man
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Mary,
Mary
Tues.-Elmer Gantry
Wed.-The Brazen Bell
Thurs.-Varan The Unbelievable
Fri.-Tarzan's Three Challenges


MARGARITA*
Saturday night-Marry Me Again
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon.-Miracle Of The
White Stallions
Tues.-Born Reckless
Wed.-Top Secret Affair
Thurs.-The Curse Of Frankenstein
Fri.--The Blue Veil
Friday, Owl Show 10:00 p.m.-H.M.S.
Defiant
GATUN
Saturday night-Run Of The Arrow
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-The Blue Veil
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Curse Of Frankenstein
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Born Reckless
Fri.-Cimarron
OAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown:

Special Matinees
Saturday, April 18, 1964
BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-Zotzl-The magic
word for: A laugh a minute. (95 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-Weekend With
Lulu-A hilarious British comedy.
(85 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-Bundle Of Joy-
Debbie Reynolds, Eddie Fisher: Full of
fun . full of laughs. . Eddie and
Debbie in a happy mood. (In Color.)
(105 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Escapade In Japan
Teresa Wright, Cameron Mitchell.
(100 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-Elephant Stam-
pede-Johnny Sheffield: Thrilling jungle
adventure. (90 min.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Everything's Ducky-
Mickey Rooney, Buddy Hackett and
Serial Pirates Of The High Seas, chap-
ters 14-15. Final. (110 min.)


_ I_ I __ _


SCN-TV SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS
1:05-Parade of Sports
2:30-Sports Spectacular
Sports Car Grand Prix
World's Indoor Diving
Championships
4:30-Chapel of the Air
5:00-This is the Life
5:30-Land of the Free
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Exploring
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55-SCN NEWS
9:00-Steve Allen
10:30-What's My Line
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:05-Encore: Telephone 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-Password
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-Navy Notebook
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Movietime:
"Philo Vance Returns"
10:00-EBF-"Gray Gull the Hunter"
10:30-To Tell The Truth
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-KIDS CLUB
5:30-Do You Know
6:00-4-STAR EDITION
6:30-College Bowl
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-Jimmy Dean Show
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Turn of the Tide"
10:30-I've Got A Secret
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore:
Dick Van Dykq
Danny Thomas

WEDNESDAY
4:50-BILLBOARD
5:00-FIRST EDITION
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30-True Adventure
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-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Mystery Theater
9:30-Tonight
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Encore: Hollywood Palace

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-Edie Adams
7:30-Concept
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
8:05-Danny Kaye
9:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:05-Perry Como Show
10:00-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-Alumni Fun
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-Fight of the Week
11:00-FINAL EDITION
11:15-Steve Allen

SATURDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-How Many Homes?
1:45-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
1:50-Cartoon Carnival
2:30-"Capt. Kangaroo"
3:15-Saturday Double Feature:
"Turn of the Tide"
"Philo Vance Returns"
6:00-SCN NEWS
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Ted Mack
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-SCN NEWS (English)
7:05-Big Picture
7:30-Net-Steichen
8:00-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
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9:05-Tonight
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April 17, 1964


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


New York World's Fair Opening;


150 Major Exhibit Buildings


The World's Fair in New York
opening April 22 will be the 32d
S such extravaganza in history and is
expected to break all records for the
number of exhibits and attendance.
Nearly 1,000 persons from the Canal
Zone have purchased tickets at a
reduced rate on a block purchase
basis and hundreds of others are
expected to attend.
The theme of the fair is "Peace
Through Understanding."
For the anticipated millions of
visitors, some 150 major exhibit
buildings have been constructed for
major U.S. corporations, the U.S.
Government, and many of the 50
States. More than 40 foreign govern-
ments or groups, religious, and other
organizations also have prepared
displays.
The first truly international exposi-
tion was held in London in 1851.
A total of 13,939 exhibits were laid
out on 26 acres and drew 6 million
visitors.
Only 2 years later the World's
Fair idea hit the United States. This
initial attempt at fair producing in
the States, promoted by New York


Tribune Editor Horace Greeley, was
about a big a flop as could have been
imagined: Slightly over a million
people passed through the gates and
red ink showed a deficit of $300,000.
The 100th anniversary of the
founding of Philadelphia was the
basis for the second World's Fair in
America. Financially, it too was a
failure, but the likes of its exhibits
startled the world. Exhibits from 35
nations, including Bell's telephone,
George Westinghouse's railroad air
brake, Edison's telegraph, the type-
writer and the sewing machine also
were put on display for the first time.
After Chicago, Buffalo and St.
Louis had tried their hands at fair
producing on a large scale, San
Francisco, with World War I raging
in Europe, put together 80,000
exhibits for more than 13 million
visitors. This 1915 World's Fair,
known as the Panama-Pacific Inter-
national Exposition, came through
with a profit of $2.5 million. Named
"Jewel City," the fair commemorated
the opening of the Panama Canal the
previous year and also noted the
rebuilding of San Francisco after the


fire of 1906. Exhibits included a
working model of the Canal and
airplane rides with Lincoln Beechey
and Art Smith, the Lindberghs of
their day.
After Philadelphia had honored
itself on its 150th birthday, Chicago
put together a few exhibits for its
100th birthday. As a matter of fact,
39 million people surged through the
gates during 1933-34, bulging the
producers, pockets by $700,000.
With a theme "Century of Progress,"
visitors saw a transparent man show-
ing all the organs lit up, uniform
lighting, and air conditioning.
Five years later New York City
decided to prove to itself and to
the world that its pitiful escapade
of '53 was just an accident. A "World
of Tomorrow" setting was spread out
over 1,216.5 acres, honoring the
150th anniversary of the inaugura-
tion of George Washington. More
than 60 nations participated, the only
notable absence being that of Hitler's
Germany. War broke out during the
fair and the pallor of war found its
way to the fair. Two detectives were
killed in a bomb explosion outside
the British Pavilion. Despite the fact
that 45 million interested spectators
looked at 100,000 exhibits, New
York City kept its defeated string
alive by losing $19 million.
Twenty-two years passed before
the loss was forgotten and another
World's Fair put on at home: Seattle
in 1962. Now New York wants a
third try. If things go according to
the past, the fair should draw about
100 million persons and lose almost
$40 million.
Oh, but. will it be funl


Aid for Visitors


Going to the New York World's
Fair? Wondering about where to
stay? Copies of the New York
World's Fair 1964-65 Hotel and
Motel Guide are available at the
First National City Bank, Balboa.
First National City Bank, the
only bank at the fair, is opening
a fully staffed visitor's branch,
located on the Avenue of Africa
and the Court of the Five
Boroughs, the day the fair opens,
to offer financial services and
information to visitors.
Residents of the Isthmus plan-
ning to attend the fair may con-
tact the Balboa branch for further
information on services available.


Pet Show Staged

At Gatun School

As a result of an English-Speech
project in the' Gatttn Elementary
School, the fourth and fifth grade
classes recently staged a pet show
for all pupils in the school. The
pupils told what the pets eat, what
the pets can do, and where they
were obtained.
Toni Klasovsky, Alex Livingston,
Marna Ryan, and Diane Soyster
exhibited dogs. Becky Buss and Billy
Deaton brought pet rabbits. Cats
were shown by Wendy Flores and
Debbie Wade.
Kenneth Fortner and Gary Scheibe
showed pet turtles, and Debbie Pate
a pet hamster. A marmoset was the
pet Danny Valentine chose to exhibit
and George Scheibe brought his two
parrots. Robert Barr showed his
parakeet.
Midway through the show one pet
decided he had enough of being
shown and streaked for home,
dragging with him the plastic clothes
basket to which he was tied.


City
London -----
New York_
Paris ---------

Paris______
London -
Paris -
Vienna_- --
Philadelphia. --.
Paris _____-- -
Sydney_--_--
Melbourne -_--
London ___
Paris__ ------
Chicago-- _-
Paris--------
Buffalo -----
Glasgow-_---
St. Louis _-
Liege --_-----
London- ---
Brussels--- ---
San Francisco--
Wembley----
Philadelphia--
Paris_----
Chicago ______
Brussels-__-
Paris-----
New York--
London .-______
Brussels__ ____
Seattle---
New York --__


Date
1851
1853
----- 1855
-- 1862
------- 1867
1873
----1876
-- 1878
1879
1880
1886
1889
--- 1893
-----1900
1901
-- 1901
-------1904
.- -- 1905
1908
-- 1910
1915
1924-25
-- 1926
-- 1931
1933-34
-- 1935
-- 1937
-- 1939-40
------ 1951
1958
- 1962
.----- 1964-65


1 Figures not available.
0 From the Saturday Review,


Area
(Acres)
26
13
24.5
24.75
41
40
236
66
15
20
13
72
686
336
350
1
1,240
173
140
200
635
200
450
500
424
375
250
1,216.5
1
500
74
646


Number
of exhibits
13,939
4,854
20,839
28,653
43,217
25,760
30,000
52,835
9,345
12,792
1
61,722
65,000
80,000
3,500
1
70,000
16,119
13,500
1
80,000


12,000
1
9,000
11,000
100,000
1
17,000
I


Attendance
6,093,195
1,250,000
5,162,330
6,211,103
6,805,969
6,740,000
8,004,274
16;032,725
1,117,536
1,330,279
5,550,745
32,350,297
21,477,212
39,000,000
8,304,073
11,559,649
12,804,000
7,000,000
8,396,673
4,196,939
13,127,103
27,102,498
5,852,783
33,500,000
39,052,236
26,000,000
34,000,000
44,932,978
18,000,000
41,454,412
9,639,969


March 14, 1964.


The First Golden Anniversary Recording in commemoration of the 50th
anniversary of the Panama Canal, cut by Lucho AzcArraga and his conjunto,
was autographed and presented to Canal Zone Governor Fleming (standing)
by the popular Panama organist. Lucho and his coniunto will introduce
his new "Golden Anniversary" recording at the Balboa Service Center
Saturday, April 25, at 10:30 a.m. The Panama Canal golden anniversary
record, stereo and monaural, will be on sale in the Balboa Service Center
record section and Lucho will autograph all albums that morning.


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Capt. Donald T. Wright (left), an advocate of higher bridges to enable the
passage of larger vessels, stands on Thatcher Ferry Bridge and checks
Thatcher Ferry Bridge dimensions. Center is Col. Matthew C. Harrison,
director of the Engineering and Construction Bureau, and at right is Capt.
Frank V. Kerley, a Canal pilot.



"Waterways Journal" Owner-Editor


Honored During Canal Zone Visit


Capt. Donald T. Wright, owner,
publisher, and editor of The Water-
ways Journal, a weekly publication
in Missouri, who visited the Canal
Zone briefly while a passenger on
the M/S Kungsholm, was presented
a bronze Thatcher Ferry Bridge
medallion as a tribute to his almost
50 years' connection with water
transportation.
Captain Wright was a licensed
river pilot in his early days, but for
the past 30 years has given his. time


3-Act Comedy

At Fort Clayton

Visit to a Small Planet, a three-act
comedy, will be presented April 23,
24, and 26 at the Entertainment
Workshop on the top floor of the
Fort Clayton Service Club, with
curtain time 7:30 p.m.
Admission is free.
The play is produced by the Fort
Clayton Little Theater, under the
sponsorship of the U.S. Army Forces
Southern Command Special Services.
A cast of Army personnel and
dependents has been rehearsing
several weeks to provide outstanding
entertainment.
Visit to a Small Planet is adult
entertainment, and the play is not
recommended for children.


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Word has been received from North-
western Military and Naval Acad-
emy, Lake Geneva, Wis., that Cadet
Private James M. King, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James O. King, Balboa,
was recognized for outstanding acad-
emic achievement for the second
semester. Cadet King was one of two
cadets who merited the Special
Honor Roll by virtue of an A average,
and was the only member of Com-
pany "A" to attain this honor. During
the second semester, Cadet King was
promoted to Private. He was also
named "Honorary Old Man," a
recognition which entitles him to
second year cadet privileges. He is
manager of the Academy's rifle team.


and effort through his publication
The Waterways Journal fighting for
deeper channels, better navigational
aids, higher bridges to enable the
passage of larger towboats, industry-
wide cooperation with the Corps of
Engineers, and safety on America's
waterways.
He earned the nickname of "Cam-
paigner" among the U.S. Congres-
sional committees because of his
constant battle against interests
which propose or support legislation
that would retard channel control,
obstruct water transportation, or
reduce any appropriation for channel
maintenance.


Monday Deadline

To Register for

Scout Jamboree

Monday is the deadline for all
eligible Canal Zone Scouts and
Explorers to register for the Sixth
National Boy Scout Jamboree.
Registrations must be in the New
York office by May 1, it was
announced by Stuart L. Reed, leader
of the Canal Zone Jamboree Con-
tingent, and this establishes an
April 20 deadline here for registra-
tions from the Canal Zone.
Spaces still are available and all
concerned are asked to act promptly
in order to make the deadline.
The Canal Zone Troop will fly to
Miami, and travel to New York by
train. While in New York they will
tour the city and visit the World's
Fair. During the Jamboree at Valley
Forge, Pa., they will visit Philadel-
phia and among other points of
interest will see and touch the
Liberty Bell and tour Independence
Hall.
Most of the details of the visit to
Washington, D.C., have been worked
out. The troop will visit the White
House, the Capitol, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington Monument,
Lincoln Memorial, Arlington Na-
tional Cemetery (including President
Kennedy's grave). A trip down the
Potomac to visit George Washing-
ton's home, "Mount Vernon," will be
by boat and return by bus. Arrange-
ments also are being made for a
conducted tour of the Pentagon
Building.
The Canal Zone Troop will leave
July 11 and return to the Isthmus
July 29.

The preacher who announced there
were 726 sins was besieged with
requests for a list . from people
who were afraid they were missing
something.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


April 17, 1964


Elks Scholarship

Applications Due

End of Next Week

Balboa High School seniors and
students in the Canal Zone College
who wish to apply for the annual
scholarship offered by the B.P.O.
Elks Lodge No. 1414 have until
April 24 to complete their
applications.
Applications should be addressed
to the Chairman, Elks Scholarship
Committee, B.P.O. Elks No. 1414,
Balboa, C.Z. They also will be
accepted by Walter M. Mikulich,
Room 204-C, Balboa High School.
The applicant must be a citizen of
the United States, have completed
the entire junior year at Balboa High
School, and must enter a college in
the United States or the Canal Zone
College not later than the fall term of
the year the scholarship is awarded.
Other requirements are listed on
the scholarship application which
can be obtained from Mikulich.
The Balboa Elks scholarship is
awarded each year to a Balboa
student who intends to enter college
in the United States and to two
Balboa students who intend to enter
Canal Zone College.
It gives the successful applicant
a cash award of $1,500, half of which
is made available during the first
college year and the balance divided
into three equal parts. The tuition
of Canal Zone College recipients is
paid in full.
Last year the scholarship was
awarded to Andrea Tarflinger, who
is attending college in the United
States, and to Beverly Bowman and
Franklin Aseron, who are enrolled
in the Canal Zone College.


Perceptive Auditors Jos6 E. Corc6 (center) and Gerald B. Williams shared
honors for exemplary service to the Panama Canal, each receiving a cer-
tificate and check for $150 from Lt. Gov. David S. Parker together with
congratulations on their joint proposal for an alternative money-saving
method for the Canal organization.


Teachers Retirement

Party Set April 25

Six well-known Canal Zone school
teachers will be honored Saturday
evening, April 25, at a retirement
party to be held in the Tivoli Guest
House.
They are Miss Thora Baublits,
Mrs. Mary Elsie Gibson, Mrs.
Armella Hutchings, Mrs. Agnes John-
son, Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad, and
Dr. Dorothy Moody.
There will be a social gathering
at 6:30 p.m. and dinner will be
served at 7:30 p.m.
The party is open to all friends of
the retiring teachers who wish to
attend. Reservations may be made
by telephoning the Schools Division
office, Balboa 3311 or Balboa 1379,
during office hours, or Balboa 2843
after 6 p.m.


SPORTS CALENDAR

Basketball


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B
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INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE STANDINGS
'ear W L Pet GB
ristobal High School _____----------------- 3 1 .750 -
alboa High School ._ ----------_-------_ 2 2 .500 1
schools Division AC_______----------------- 2 2 .500 1
,anal Zone College ________ ____-__-------- ----- 1 3 .250 2


UPCOMING GAMES
April 17-Friday-CZC vs. CHS, at Coco Solo, 7 p.m.
April 17-Friday-SDAC vs. BHS, at Balboa, 7 p.m.
April 24-Friday SDAC vs. CZC, at Balboa, 7 p.m.
April 28 Tuesday-CZC vs. BHS, at Balboa, 7 p.m.
May 1-Friday-BHS vs. CHS, at Coco Solo, 7 p.m.
May 1-Friday-SDAC vs. CZC, at Balboa, 7 p.m.


Guest of honor Emmanuel Vergara of Panama is shown cutting the ribbon
at the official ceremony that marked inauguration of the new Minor League
baseball park and fence. He is general manager of Blokmigon, S.A., which
contributed the concrete blocks for the fence. Jos6 de la Ossa (far right),
is production manager of Blokmigon. From left are Gordon Dalton, Wilford
Shaffer, Richard D. Coy, Pete Lang, Edward Wilder, Vergara, Jim Riley,
Jerry Mitchell, and de la Ossa. The Minor League and Farm League All
Star teams will play at the Little League Park at 4:30 p.m. April 21,
22, and 23.


(Continued from p. 1)

Employee Awards

with the 1963 Canal Zone United
Fund campaign.
Jos6 E. Corco and Gerald B.
Williams shared honors for exem-
plary service to the Panama Canal
in their capacity as auditors. Each
received a certificate and check as
a result of their collaboration in
examining the ordering of locks
towing locomotive spare parts and
their joint proposal for an alternative
money-saving method. As a direct
result of their perceptiveness and
alert attitude, the cash outlay for
locomotive spare parts was reduced
by an estimated $300,000.
George N. Ateek, Balboa retail
store manager, received a certificate
for exemplary service, and a check,
for demonstration of exceptional
ability in maintaining customer satis-
faction in the field of appliances,
especially, and in general house-
wares. The citation noted that he has
"increased production of employees
under his supervision and has shown
outstanding leadership ability."
Astor N. Lewis, stock control clerk
in the Retail Store Branch, was
awarded a certificate and check for
exemplary service in the position he
holds. The citation said "he is an
extremely industrious employee and
displays exceptional initiative in the
planning and execution of assign-
ments."
Rogelio A. Quintero, Retail Store
Department manager at Balboa,
received an exemplary service cer-
tificate and check for showing
"exceptional ability in scheduling of
employees to fit peaks and valleys
of sales activity."
Sylvia S. Gustin was given an
exemplary service certificate and
check "for her service to the Canal
Zone Civilian Personnel Policy Coor-
dinating Board in her capacity as
clerk-typist. "During the past 6
months, due to unforeseen circum-
stances, she was required to assume
many of the duties of her immediate
superior," says the citation.




Party Will Honor

Mrs. Marie Sellers

The nursing staff of Coco Solo
Hospital will give a retirement party
in honor of Mrs. Marie E. Sellers,
R.N., Friday night, April 24, at the
Fort Davis Officers' Club. All Mrs.
Sellers' friends are invited to attend
the buffet supper and social evening.
Mrs. Sellers is retiring from Pan-
ama Canal service after employment
of about 18 years as a staff nurse
with the Canal Zone Health Bureau.
Reservations are requested by
April 21 and may be made by tele-
phoning Mrs. Edna Karpinski at the
Coco Solo nursing office, 34-04,
during working hours, or at her
home, telephone 36-494 after duty
hours.


And by the Pound?
How many horseshoe nails to
a ton? No statistics are handy,
but there were enough of them
in the cargo of one ship transiting
the Canal recently to take care
of several horses for a few years.
The Norwegian vessel Astrid
Bakke had aboard 17 tons of
horseshoe nails-14 tons from
Sweden and 3 from Denmark.
Ten tons were bound for Colom-
bia, 4 for Peru, and the other 3
for Chile.


Installment "Lid"

Lifted on Buying

School Clothing
An increase to $75 in the limita-
tion on installment sales of school
clothing for children of residents in
the Canal Zone Latin American com-
munities has gone into effect prior
to the opening of the Canal Zone
Latin American Schools.
Each year, at the beginning of
the new session in the Latin Amer-
ican Schools, an installment plan for
the purchase of clothing and shoes
for the children of Panama Canal
employees is made available for the
residents of the Canal Zone Latin
American communities. The limit last
year was $50. The increase of $25
was requested through the Congress
of Latin American Civic Councils.
The charge is payable through the
payroll deduction plan and benefits
employees with large families who,
otherwise, would have to make a
considerable outlay of funds to outfit
their youngsters for school. The
installment plan does not apply to
purchase of school supplies.


Cancer Control

Month Observed;

Meeting Monday
The Canal Zone Cancer Com-
mittee will have its regular quarterly
meeting at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the
conference briefing room, basement
of the Administration Building, with
the chairman, Col. Robert J.
Kamish, Health Bureau Director,
presiding, Governor Fleming, is
honorary chairman of the Cancer
Committee.
Reports will be given by the fol-
lowing committees: Executive Sec-
retary, Dr. B. K. Levin; Treasurer,
J. C. Turner; Chairman, Professional
Subcommittee, Dr. E. P. Shirokov;
Chairman, Publicity Subcommittee,
Joseph R. Noone; Chairman, Detec-
tion Clinic Subcommittee, Dr. I. J.
Strumpf; Chairman, Service Sub-
committee, Dr. B. R. Levin; Special
Report, Dr. D. D. Douglass.
Regular business will include
appointments of four standing sub-
committees: Profesional, Detection
Survey Clinic, Publicity, and Service.
In a proclamation, Governor
Fleming has called upon all citizens
to unite in reaffirmation of the
efforts to control cancer. Text of the
proclamation follows:


All-Star Series

April 22, 23, 25

Ten Bulldogs from Balboa High
School, interscholastic baseball A
champs this year, dominate the Canal
Zone All-Star team which will play
a three-game series against the
Panama Armed Forces All-Stars
April 22, 23, and 25 at Balboa
Stadium.
The series will be played for the
benefit of Canal Zone American
Legion baseball and for the 1964
U.S. Olympic Team. All three games
will be played, regardless of who
wins the first two games.
Canal Zone All-Star coach Herb
Ravbourn of Balboa High has
announced his 20-player roster:
Dave Cohen, Gene Frauenheim, and
Ralph Reyes (CZC); Gregg
Hakanson, Les Highley, Ken Kar-
pinski, and Dave Wilder (CHS);
Vic Alers, Stew Brown, Dick Ebdon,
Gene Hermanny, Jerry Lee, Al
Martin, Jim Riley, Jeff Riley, Bill
Egolf, and Tim Corrigan (BHS);
Curt Schwarzrock, John Bateman,
and Frank Ammirati (SDAC).
Further information concerning
game times and admission prices will
be announced.

(Continued from p. 1)
Multilingual.
by the Gray Ladies Book Cart. Each
book is plated with a bright pink
card that reads, "Canal Zone Library
and Gray Ladies of the American
Red Cross have brought this book
to you. We hope you will enjoy it."
The plates are in English and
Spanish.
Many books and magazines are
donated by private individuals who
read Greek, French, German, Italian,
and Swedish. Others are given to the
library by the embassies, which
receive foreign language magazines
regularly.
Several thousand books are in
circulation and practically every
weekday one of the Book Cart Gray
Ladies visits the bedsides of all
patients filling requests for a book
or a magazine in the language of
the patient. The 75 active Gray
Ladies also keep busy with recrea-
tion in the wards and supervision of
the lounges. Part of the American
Red Cross Gray Ladies' pledge is that
she agrees to serve all patients,
regardless of race, color, or creed.
At Gorgas Hospital the Gray Lady
serves the world!
The Red Cross Book Cart was
started 10 years ago during the
American Red Cross Drive in March
1954, at the request of Col. Howard
W. Doan, Gorgas Hospital super-
intendent, and Mrs. Edward Doolan,
wife of the Panama Canal Personnel
Bureau Director, who was chairman
of the Volunteer Services for the
Canal Zone Chapter of the American
Red Cross. Mrs. Doolan asked the
cooperation of Mrs. Eleanor Burn-
ham, Canal Zone Librarian, who for
some time had been anxious to
inaugurate this book cart service.


Whereas President Lyndon B. Johnson has proclaimed the month of
April 1964 as Cancer Control Month, and
Whereas residents of the Canal Zone share the determination of people
throughout the United States and the entire world to continue the fight
against this dread disease, and
Whereas the progress made by science offers definite hope that the
burden of this scourge will one day ba lifted from mankind, and
Whereas this hope can be realized only through continued research and
energetic health programs,
Now, Therefore, I, ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr., Governor of the Canal Zone,
do hereby proclaim the month of April 1964 as Cancer Control Month and *
call upon all citizens to unite during the appointed month in public
reaffirmation of the efforts to control cancer.
In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the
seal of the Canal Zone to be affixed at Balboa Heights, Canal Zone,
this 9th day of April, 1964.
(Signed) ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.,
Governor.
By the Governor:
(Signed) PAUL M. RUNNESTRAND,
Executive Secretary.


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El Vicegobernador David S. Parker, a la derecha, entrega al Sr. Astor N. Lewis, un certificado y cheque ates-
tiguando su servicio ejemplar. Lewis, que es oficinista registro del inventario en la secci6n de Almacenes del
Canal de Panami, fue premiado por la manera diligente en que desempefia su trabajo.


Mes de Control del Cancer


Es Proclamado el de Abril
FOR CUANTO el Presidente Lyndon B. Johnson ha proclamado al
mes de Abril como el Mes de Control del CAncer, 1964; y
POR CUANTO los residents de la Zona del Canal comparten la
determinaci6n de los habitantes de Estados Unidos y del mundo entero
de continuar la batalla contra esa temible enfermedad; y
FOR CUANTO los adelantos de la Ciencia ofrecen esperanza fundada
de que la humanidad logre sacudir algun dia el peso de esta calamidad; y
POR CUANTO esa esperanza solo podria fructificar gracias a persis-
tencia en las investigaciones y a programs decisivos de salubridad,
POR LO TANTO, el infrascrito, ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr., Gober-
nador de la Zona del Canal, por la present proclama el mes de Abril
de 1964 como Mes de Control del CAncer, y exhorta a todos los ciuda-
danos a unirse durante el mes citado en reafirmar publicamente sus
esfuerzos para controlar el cancer.
EN FE DE LO CUAL, estampo mi firma y fijo el sello de la
Zona del Canal en Balboa Heights, Zona del Canal, el dia 9 de
abril, 1964.
(f.) ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador.



Album Conmemorativo del Cincuentenario

Del Canal de Panama Graba L. Azcarraga


El primer Album fue autografiado
por Azcirraga y presentado perso-
nalmente por 61 al Gobernador de
la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr., como un recuerdo. (Ver
fotografia que aparece en nuestra
secci6n inglesa.)


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mente material urgente-y proce-
sado para su uso en la misma
semana-podria ser recibido a
mediodia del martes.
Dirigir los envios por correo al
Apartado M, Balboa Heights,
Zona del Canal.

Oceandgrafos y experts en biolo-
gia marina han constatado que los
peces no solamente se espantan con
ciertos sonidos-como cuando alguien
grita o silba debajo del agua-sino
que tambidn son atraidos por otros
sonidos.


El afamado organista panamefio,
Lucho AzcArraga y su conjunto han
grabado un nuevo disco en conme-
moraci6n del primer cincuentenario
del Canal de PanamA que se
observara est:,afio.
Lucho f-au conjunto presentarin
su disco coriniemorativo a las 10:30
de la mafiana del sAbado 25 de los
corrientes en el Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Balboa. Se trata de
una grabaci6n hecha tanto en mono-
aural cuanto en sonido estereof6nico
que sera puesta a la venta piblica
en la secci6n de discos del citado
centro, sitio al que comparecerA el
propio y popular Lucho para firmar
aut6grafos.


EXHIBITION

SCIENTIFIC

El mi6rcoles 22 de los corrientes
los alumnos de la Escuela Primaria
de Anc6n montarin una exhibici6n
cientifica de 2:30 a 3:30 de la tarde.
Padres, acudientes y amigos de los
alumnos quedan invitados a presen-
ciar la exhibici6n de una diversidad
de material cientifico presentados por
estudiantes del 19 al 69 grades.


Comite del Cancer

Se Reune el Lunes

El Comite del Cdncer de la Zona
del Canal celebrard su reunion regu-
lar trimestral el 20 de abril a la 1:30
de la tarde en el sal6n de charlas
ilustrativas en el sdtano del Edificio
de la Administracidn, presidiendo el
Coronel Robert J. Kamish, su presi-
dente. El Gobernador Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., es el president hono-
rario del Comitd del Cdncer.
Informes rutinarios serdn dados
por los siguientes comites: Secretario
Ejecutivo, Dr. B. K. Levin; Tesorero,
J. C. Turner; Presidente del Sub-
comitd Profesional, Dr. E. P. Shiro-
kov; Presidente del Subcomitd de
Publicidad, Joseph R. Noone; Presi-
dente del Subcomitd de Investigacidn
Clinica, Dr. I. J. Strumpf; Presidente
del Subcomitd de Servicio, Dr. B. R.
Levin; Informe Especial, Dr. D. D.
Douglas.
Los asuntos regulars incluirdn los
nombramientos anuales de cuatro
subcomitds permanentes: Profesional,
Investigaci6n Clinica, Publicidad y
Servicio.


dCudndo


Pagan


Boleto Entero?

Para los efectos de la entrada al
cine, dcudndo es considerado como
menor un niiio de mds de 12 afios
de edad?
Es durante los matinds especiales
para nifhos los sdbados, y tambidn en
los matinds especiales de vacaciones
de verano y dias festivos.
El cobro de precio de adulto para
los niios mayores de 12 aiios de
edad, que entr6 en vigor en los
teatros de la Zona del Canal recien-
temente, no se aplica a los matinds
especiales durante las vacaciones
veraniegas y durante las Navidades
y Pascua Florida, declare T. G. Reli-
han, gerente general de la Divisi6n
de Abastos. Senald tambidn que todos
los nifios y estudiantes son admitidos
a precious reducidos en los matinds
especiales para niiios los sdbados en
los teatros de la Zona.
En las exhibiciones regulars de
peliculas, todos los niiios mayores de
12 afios de edad tienen que pagar
el precio de adults.


Por Buenos Servicios Recibieron


Cheques de $150, Siete Empleados


Siete funcionarios del Canal de
PanamA recibieron de manos del
Vicegobernador David S. Parker,
cheques por $150 cada uno la semana
pasada, como premios por sus servi-
cios, pero para uno de los benefi-
ciados, constituy6 una complete sor-
presa su active participaci6n en la
ceremonia.
La sefiorita Annie F. McDade,
secretaria del jefe de Planificaci6n,
lleg6 con su libreta de estenografia
y su lApiz, lista para tomar notas.
En vez de eso, se encontr6 conque
ella era una de las beneficiadas.
La sefiorita McDade recibi6 un
certificado y un cheque como reco-
nocimiento a su servicio ejemplar
para el Canal de PanamA en su capa-
cidad como secretaria. AdemAs de
sus obligaciones normales, la sefio-
rita McDade ha manejado con dili-
gencia y habilidad superior numero-
sos detalles relacionados con la
campafia de 1963 del Fondo Unido
de la Zona del Canal.
Jos6 E. Corc6 y Gerald B. Williams
compartieron honors de servicio
ejemplar para el Canal de PanamA
en su capacidad de auditors. Cada
uno recibi6 un certificado y un
cheque como resultado de su cola-
boraci6n al examiner la orden de
repuestos para las locomotoras de
remolque de las esclusas y su propo-
sici6n conjunta para un m6todo alter-
nativo de ahorro de dinero. Como
resultado director de su actitud alerta,
el desembolso en efectivo para los
repuestos se redujo en unos $300,000.
George N. Ateek, gerente del
almac6n de Balboa, recibi6 un cer-
tificado y un cheque, por demostrar
habilidad excepcional en mantener
satisfechos a los clients en el campo
de los accesorios, especialmente, en
la mercancia en general. La citaci6n


destac6 el hecho de que "ha aumen-
tado la producci6n de los empleados
bajo sus 6rdenes y ha demostrado
habilidad destacada en direcci6n."
Astor N. Lewis, oficinista registro
del inventario en la secci6n de Alma-
cenes, recibi6 un certificado y un
cheque por servicio ejemplar en la
posici6n que desempefia. La citaci6n
dice que "61 es un empleado extre-
madamente diligente y pone de ma-
nifiesto una iniciativa excepcional en
la planificaci6n y ejecuci6n de asig-
naciones. El mantiene la armonia
entire los empleados en su oficina y
continuamente encuentra soluciones
recomendables a problems que
tanto 61 y sus compafieros de trabajo
encuentran en distintas situaciones."
Rogelio A. Quintero, gerente de
departamento (Almac6n) en Balboa,
recibi6 un certificado de servicio
ejemplar y un cheque por 'demos-
trar "habilidad excepcional en arre-
glar el horario de empleados para
afrontar las altas y bajas en las acti-
vidades de venta. Su trabajo ha con-
tribuido enormemente en el descenso
del sobre tiempo durante un period
de aumento de ventas y promovi6
y desarroll6 muchas actividades
sociales en sus ratos libres que con-
tribuyeron a una alta moral entire
los empleados de la Secci6n de
Almacenes."
Sylvia S. Gustin recibi6 un certi-
ficado de servicio ejemplar y un
cheque "por su servicio a la Junta
Coordinadora de Pautas del Personal
Civil de la Zona del Canal en su
capacidad como mecan6grafa. Du-
rante los iltimos 6 meses, debido a
circunstancias imprevisibles, ella
tuvo que asumir muchas de las obli-
gaciones de su superior inmediato,"
dice la citaci6n.


En Abril 25 y 26 se Celebrara la


Tradicional Regata de Cayucos


La traditional Regata de Cayucos
de un oceano al otro se realizarA
este ahio del 25 al 26 del mes en
curso. ParticiparAn en el event 47
cayucos cada uno con tripulaci6n
consistent de cuatro Exploradores.
La regata transistmica comprende
una distancia de como 50 mills, pero
present obstAculos que significant
excitaci6n y aventura para los con-
tendientes asi como para los espec-
tadores.
La regata se verifica bajo los aus-
picios del Capitulo de la Zona del
Canal de los Boy Scouts de AmBrica
y cada participate debe de ser un
Explorador debidamente calificado
en alg6n Cant6n, Barco o Escuadr6n
del Capitulo de la Zona del Canal.
EL SABADO 25 EMPIEZA
Los competidores del lado del
Pacifico deben abordar el tren en la
estaci6n de Balboa a las 3:10 p.m.
del viernes 24 de abril, llevando con-
sigo todos sus aparejos de uso perso-
nal y el requerido para la compe-
tencia; pernoctaran en el litoral
atlntico ya que la regata entire mar
y mar se iniciara a las 8:30 de la
mariana del sAbado 25 de abril.
El primer cayuco se espera que
arribe a Gat6n como a eso de las
9:30 de la mariana del sAbado y a
Gamboa como a las 2:15 de la tarde.
Los cayucos serin Ilevados a tierra
durante la noche alli en Camboa,
donde las tripulaciones cenaran y
verAn una cinta cincmatogrAfica.
TERMINAL EL DOMINGO
A las 8:30 del domingo en la
inafana se reiniciar' la regata. Se
presume que el cayuco que vaya a la
cabeza llegari al embarcadero de la
Division de Dragas en Pedro Miguel
como a las 10 de la mafiana. El trAn-
sito de los cavucos se efectuarA a eso
de la 1 de la tarde.


LA META IMAGINARIA
es una linea que se extiende del
Muelle 2 de la Base Naval de Rod-
man a un barco anclado a 50 yards
del Muelle 2 del Canal.
A las 3:30 de la tarde en el dia-
mante de la Base Naval de Rodman
se ofrecerA un almuerzo y seguida-
mente se procederA a la entrega de
premios a los ganadores.
DOS CLASSES DE TRIPULACION
habrA: denominAndose la una Tripu-
laci6n Participante y la otra Tripu-
laci6n de Remiendo o relevo. Cada
Tripulaci6n Participante compitiendo
por el primero, segundo, tercero y
cuarto premios, consistirA ni mAs ni
menos, de cuatro miembros que hu-
biesen llenado los requisitos para
serlo. La misma tripulaci6n que
inicia la regata debe de terminarla
como una unidad.
Las Tripulaciones de Relevo se
compondrAn de cualquier n6mero de
miembros calificados que guard re-
laci6n con el tamafio de los cayucos
y que se consider como segura por
la Comisi6n de Inspectores. La Tri-
pulaci6n de Relevo puede reemplazar
a miembros de las otras que partici-
pan en la regata hasta el punto de
efectuarse la substituci6n. Las Tripu-
laciones Participantes pueden efec-
tuar tales substituciones pero en
ese caso serian reclasificadas como
Tripulaciones de Relevo.
El Trofeo de Regata de Cayucos
scrap presentado a ]a Tripulaci6n Par-
ticipante que Ilegase en primer lugar.
Pendoncs o bandcrolas serAn presen-
tados a las Tripulaciones Participan-
tes que ocupasen el segundo, tercero
y cuarto puesto. Se dar:in medallas
individuals a los components de
las Tripulaciones Participantes que
lleguen de primero, segundo, tercero
v cuarto.






SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Abril 17, 1964


Julio E. Cordovez D., arquitecto en
la Seccidn de Arquitectura de la
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n del Canal de Panamd, se en-
cuentra trabajando en la organiza-
ci6n desde noviembre de 1960. Su
labor consiste en el diseiio y prepa-
racidn de plans arquitect6nicos.
Cordovez adquiri6 su titulo de arqui-
tecto en la Universidad de Califor-
nia, en Berkeley, California, despues
de haber cursado studios secunda-
rios en el Colegio La Salle en la
ciudad de Panamd. El estuvo traba-
jando por su propia cuenta en la
ciudad de Panamd, antes de ingresar
a la organizaci6n del Canal de Pa-
namd. Cordovez naci6 y reside en
la ciudad de Panamd. Es casado con
Thelma L. de Cordovez y tiene dos
hijas, Rosana Beatriz, de 4 afios 9
meses y Ana Cecilia que apenas tiene
un aiio y medio.


0- 1
io-


Hace poco mas de 1 afio ingres6 en la organizaci6n del
Canal de PanamA el joven dibujante arquitect6nico
Alcides Ponce Patifio, quien labor en la Secci6n de
Arquitectura de la Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construe-
ci6n, en donde confecciona pianos arquitect6nicos.
Ponce curs6 studios secundarios en el Colegio La Salle
y luego en la Universidad Nacional de PanamA. Antes
de comenzar a trabajar con la organizaci6n del Canal,
estuvo laborando en la Divisi6n T6cnica del Departa-
mento de Caminos, Aeropuertos y Muelles en la ciudad
de PanamA. Actualmente es jefe de redacci6n de la
revista arquitect6nica "M6dulo," 6rgano periodistico de
la Facultad de Arquitectura de la Universidad de
PanamA. Ponce es miembro de la Sociedad Panameiia
de Ingenieros y Arquitectos. Naci6 y reside en la ciudad
de PanamA y se mantiene soltero todavia. Sus pasa-
tiempos principles son la lecture, misica (jazz y clAsica)
y de vez en cuando le gusta practical el deported, espe-
cialmente el boxeo, pero solamente por afici6n y por
aprender el arte de la defense propia.


El Miercoles 22 Inauguran


Exposicion de G. Trujillo


Para el mi6rcoles 22 de abril ha
quedado fijada la fecha de inaugura-
ci6n de las nuevas galerias del Ins-
tituto Panamefio de Arte, situadas
enfrente al Parque Urraca.
TocarA al laureado pintor national,
don Guillermo Trujillo, la honra de
inaugural esas galerias con una Ex-
posici6n de 6leos que se dice harin
historic en las actividades culturales
locales.
Trujillo ha preparado para esta
exhibici6n una treintena de cuadros


en cuya elaboraci6n ha aplicado
toda su considerable tecnica e
inconmensurable talent.
Para la inauguraci6n de la nueva
sede del Instituto Panamefio de Arte
no circularin invitaciones especiales,
quedando de hecho invitados todos
los amantes de las artes nacionales
y extranjeros.
CorresponderA al Presidente del
Institute, don Adolfo Arias Espinosa,
declarar inaugurada la nueva sede.


PROGRAM DE EXPOSICIONES

DEL I. PANAMESO DE ARTE


El Institute Panamefio de Arte, or-
ganizaci6n cultural que reciente-
mente mud6 su sede a la antigua
residencia de la familiar Arias Guar-
dia frente al parque Urraca, ciudad
de PanamA, reiniciara sus activida-
des pr6ximamente con programs
culturales que actualmente estin
siendo cuidadosamente elaborados.
Para el primer semestre del aio
se han ultimado ya los arreglos para
las siguientes exposiciones:
Abril 22-Guillermo Trujillo: 61eos.
Inauguraci6n de la galeria.
Mayo 20-Echevarria.


Junio 10-Jos6 M. Iglesias.
Julio 1-Rousseau Murphy.
Julio 22-Antonio Alvarado.
Para el balance del afio todavia no
se han fijado fechas pero se contem-
plan exhibiciones por los siguientes
artists extranjeros, ademAs de algu-
nos panamefios: Gald6s Rivas, del
Peru; Martin Caro, de Espafia;
Carlos Alonso, de Argentina; Rodolfo
Opazo, de Chile; y Roberto Dela-
m6nica, del Brasil. A esta exhibi-
ci6n seguirA la de Beatrix Briceiio
y despu6s se verificard el Segundo
Sal6n Abierto de PanamA.


SPara D6nde Vas?

La conversaci6n se dice que
era animada y el texto que se re-
produce aparece que fue tornado
verbatim, except los nombres
que son ficticios.
Coronel HABIL: dCudndo va
para Detroit?
Sr. BAKER: Creo que el dia 6,
pero no para Detroit, entiendo
que es para Baltimore.
Coronel HABIL: Crei que era
para Detroit . .
Mr. CHARLEY: Henry me dijo
que era para Atlanta.
Mr. BAKER: La corresponden-
cia dice California . .
Coronel HABIL: Mejor che-
quealo o te extraviards!
(NoTA: Ya estd perdidito . .)

EstA errado atribuir solo 365 dias
al afio, cuando en realidad cuenta
con 365 dias, 5 horas, 48 minutes y
45 segundos.



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


Gente en la Noticia


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Tarde de Toros
2:00-Cine en su casa
3:30-Teleteatro
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
4:45-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Rodeo
6:30-Programa Especial
7:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
7:30-Las Estrellas y su Historia
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Teleteatro
LUNES
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-Reportaies Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00--Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Dick Tracy
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Superman
7:30-Mister Ed
8:00-El Detective Millonario
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 delay 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 Muier
5:45-Pinocho
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Roy Rogers
7:30-Fuego de Juventud
8:00-Fred Astaire Presenta
9:00-La Marina de McHale
9:30-El Abogado Audaz
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES
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-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muier
5:45-Popeye
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Los Trabajadores
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
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
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 Muier
5:45-El Poderoso Hercnles
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Extraio 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 de Ia 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 Muier
5:45-El Cegato Magoo
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Combate
9:00-El Fabricante de Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45-Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatro
3:00-Avances
3:15-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Muier
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Capitln Marte y XL-5
7:30-Teatro Lloyd Bridge
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Rumbo a lo Desconocido
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


En Su Pantalla
PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
Viernes 17-_- The Happy Thieves The War Lover The Secret Passion
Owl Show 10:00 p.m. Owl Show 10:00 p.m.
Woman In The Dark and Honeychile
Case Of The Second Shot
SAbado 18 ___.. Girls, Girls, Girls Burmuda Affair The Stripper
Domingo 19 y The Manchurian Candidate
Lunes 20 -_ Toys In The Attic Adults 300, Children 200 The L-Shaped Room
Martes 21 ---- The Cat Burglar and Ski Troop Attack and The Boy Who Caught A Crook
The Gallant Hours Force Of Impulse and China Doll
Mi6rcoles 22___ Ski Troop Attack and The Cat Burglar and Dead To The World and
Force Of Impulse The Gallant Hours Fantastic Disappearing Man
Jueves 23___-- Requiem For A Heavyweight Beast From Haunted Cave The War Lover and
and It Happened To Jane and The Unstoppable Man Miss Sadie Thompson
Viemes 24_____ Beast From Haunted Cave Requiem For A Heavyweight The Happy Thieves
and The Unstoppable Man and It Happened To Jane
Owl Show 10:00 p.m.
Owl Show 10:00 p.m. Woman In The Dark and
Timberiack Case Of The Second Shot


Pigina 2


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-La Comedia Silente
10:45-S~lvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Hazaias del Espacio
12:00-Inspector Leclerc
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-Solo los Valientes
9:00-Ruta 66
10:00-Pelicula

LUNES
ll:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodfa
1:15-Novela sermanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Pantalla Politica
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-Pantalla Politica
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MARTES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Doctor CAndido P6rez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-El Pijaro 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-Pantalla Politica
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 Mediodia
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-Pantalla Politica
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-Pantalla Politica
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-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Samurai
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dick Powell
10:30-Pantalla Politica
11:00-E1 Mundo al Vuelo
VIERNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Viendo a Biondi
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Pantalla Politica
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-E1 Santo
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-El 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
1:30-El Tercer Hombre
2:00-Repriss: Novela de las 5
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Pantalla Politica
6:30-Investigador Submarino
7:00-Noticias
7:30-La Asamblea Nacional Habla
8:00-Perry Mason
9:00-Programa Especial
10:30-EI Mundo al Vuelo
10:45-Pelicula


0


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
ABRIL
18-Quinta Asamblea Anual de Gobernadores del Banco Interame-
ricano de Desarrollo con la participaci6n de los distintos
Ministros de Hacienda y Tesoro. Ciudad de PanamB.
16-30-Exhibici6n de 6leos de Mrs. Maty M. Moyer en el Centro Hebreo
de Beneficencia JWB-USO en Balboa.
20-Fiestas Patronales de Nuestra Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro en
Ant6n.
20-8 a.m. Program perifoneado a las damas de habla inglesa, titu-
lado "Coffee Break." Radio Mundo, 1210 kcs. Dirige la Sra.
Patricia de Picard Ami.
21- 2-El Departamento de Drama de la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal prepare un Festival de Shakespeare esta temporada.
El 21 se iniciaria con El Mercader de Venecia, que seguiria
hasta el 25 de abril. El dia 28 se montaria Hamlet hasta
el 2 de mayo. Lugar: Auditorio de la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal. Entrada: $1.25. Reservaciones: Balboa 2380.
22-Apertura de la Exposici6n de Oleos del afamado pintor pana-
mefio Guillermo Trujillo. Sitio: Instituto Panamefio de Arte,
nueva sede frente al Parque Urraca. Ciudad de PanamA.
23-Programa de radio dirigido a las damas de habla inglesa, "Coffee
Break" por Radio Mundo: 1210 kcs.
30-3-Gran Feria de Azuero.







Abril 17, 1964


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Esclusas del Pacifico Gan6 Liga de Softbol
La novena de las Esclusas del Pacifico conquist6 el cam-
peonato de la Liga de Softball de Trabajadores del Pacifico,
al veneer en la series final al Tivoli, de la Liga Nacional. Las
Esclusas habian ganado la division de la Liga Americana para
lograr el derecho de ir a la series decisive.
El tercer lugar correspondi6 a los Almacenes, de la Liga
Nacional, y en cuarto lugar quedaron las Escuelas, de la Liga
Americana.
En el torneo participaron 14 equipos con un total de 352
jugadores.


El campe6n de bate de la
Liga Americana fue Alfred
Farrell, de las Esclusas, con
promedio de .500 al conectar
\ 24 incogibles en 48 turnos al
bate; Reuben Eversley, de la
Division de Transporte a Motor,
result campe6n de bate de la
AmRI I Liga Nacional con .425 al dis-
?P, parar 17 hits en 40 veces al bate.
aMcNair Lane fue el lanzador
campe6n de la Liga Americana
con 8 victorias y 2 derrotas, en
tanto que Alcibiades L6pez lo
j fue en la Liga Nacional con 8
7. triunfos y ninguna derrota.
.La Liga Americana tuvo como
campe6n jonronero a Theophilus
Estos fueron los campeones onroneros de la Liga de Softball de Trabajadores del Pacifico De izquierda a Peterkin del equipo de Dragas, mien-
derecha, Theophilus Peterkin, de Dragas en la Liga Americana; B. I. Everson quien entreg6 los trofeos, Lincoln Peterkin del equipo de Dragas, mien-
Jackson, de Contralores y Lincoln Chandler, de Transporte a Motor, que finalizaron empatados en la Liga tras que Lincoln Chandler, de Trans-
Nacional. porte a Motor y Lincoln Jackson, de


los Contralores, terminaron empata-
dos en la Liga Nacional.
Como equipos mis caballerosos
recibieron premios los equipos de la
Armada en la Liga Americana y los
Indios de Clayton en la Nacional.
Herman Nelson, de Transporte
del Ej6rcito recibi6 el premio del
veteran mis destacado de la Liga
Americana y George Griffith, de los
Contralores, en la Liga Nacional.
El pelotero mas caballeroso fue
William Miller, de Almacenaje.
El torneo sirvi6 para que se reve-
lasen las capacidades de element
oven que indiscutiblemente partici-
parA en pr6ximas lides deportivas
que ya se estAn planeando.
Los capitanes de las distintas nove-
nas han expresado todos su satis-
facci6n con la just reci6n concluida
y se proponen preparar sus huestes
para las contiendas venideras, adies-
trando a sus jugadores mas promi-
sorios con la esperanza de alcanzar
para sus muchachos el codiciado
galard6n.


I 1















Herman Nelson, del equipo Trans-
porte del Ejircito, de la Liga Ame-
ricana, fue el veteran mas destaca-
do de su circuit, recibiendo por ello
el trofeo que sostiene en su mano.


Los campeones lanzadores de la Liga de S
fico fueron McNair Lane, de las Esclusas,
y perdi6 2 en la Liga Americana, y Alcibiad
que gan6 8 juegos sin derrotas


La novena del Tivoli, que gan6 la division de la Liga Nacional pero que termin6 en segundo lugar en el toreo
general de la Liga de Softball de Trabajadores del Pacifico, recibe el trofeo correspondiente como subcampe6n.
B. I. Everson, Director de Asuntos Civiles, entrega el trofeo a Con Logan, piloto de la novena, quien aparece
rodeado por los jugadores del conjunto.


NI POR UN MILLION PELEARIA AQUI
Sugar PanamA puede irse despidiendo Ram
desde ahora de la esperada pelea por R am os
el campeonato mundial de peso
pluma entire el titular Ultiminio
"Sugar" Ramos y el colonense Ismael
Laguna, primer retador de la divi-
si6n, debido a las declaraciones
hechas en M6xico por Cuco Conde,
apoderado del campe6n, en el sen-
tido de que "ni por un mill6n de
d6lares aceptaria pelear en PanamA,
porque conozco como reacciona el
p6blico de allA."
El Consejo Mundial de Boxeo, la
Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo y el
Comit6 de Campeonatos Mundiales,
b han ordenado ya a Ramos que de-
fienda su titulo frente a Laguna por
ba ser el primer retador official, y que
Sen caso de no hacerlo declararAn
G vacant la corona.
1 ~Mientras el promoter mexicano
G S Miguel de la Colina trata de montar
el pleito en Ma xico, el impresario
norteamericano George Parnassus
estA haciendo las gestiones para que
el combat Ramos-Laguna se Ileve
a cabo en Los Angeles. Ultiminio
p deberA enfrentarse el 2 de mayo
pr6ximo al africano Floyd Robertson
en Ghana defendiendo su titulo,
softball de Trabajadores del Paci- mientras que Laguna pelearA aqui Van Winkle, piloto de la noven
a la izquierda, que gan6 8 juegos con otro africano, Love Allotey, el acredit6 su conjunto al ser escog
[es L6pez, del Tivoli, a la derecha, 26 de este mes en el Estadio Olimpico Liga Americana. Al centro esti e
en la Liga Nacional. de PanamA. el


El veteran pelotero George Griffith,
ahora destacado jugador de softball
con la novena Contralores, fue el ve-
terano mas destacado de la Liga Na-
cional, recibiendo tambi6n su trofeo.


la de la Armada, recibe el premio que se
gido como el equipo mAs caballeroso de la
el jugador George Raveneau y a la derecha
Sr. Everson.


Pagina 3






SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Abril 17, 1964


Abre el Dia 22 en Nueva York


Feria de las Realizaciones


La apertura de la Feria Mundial
en Nueva York el 22 de abril sera
la 32' en la historic y se espera que
supere todas las marcas en la can-
tidad de exposiciones y concurrencia.
Con el lema, "Las Realizaciones
Humanas en un Mundo que se
Expande," ofrecera un muestrario del
progress del hombre.
Para los esperados millones de visi-
tantes se han construido unos 150
grandes edificios de exposici6n para
las principles empress de los Esta-
dos Unidos, el Gobierno de los
EE. UU. y muchos de los 50 Estados.
Mas de 40 gobiernos o grupos extran-
jeros, religiosos y otras organizacio-
nes han preparado tambi6n sus
exposiciones.
La primera exposici6n internacio-
nal verdadera se celebr6 en Londres
en 1851. Un total de 13,939 exposi-
ciones fueron colocadas en 26 acres
y atrajeron 6 millones de visitantes.
PRIMERA EN EE.UU.
Al cabo de 2 aiios solamente, la
idea de la Feria Mundial cal6 en los
Estados Unidos. Este intent initial
de una feria en los Estados Unidos,
organizada por Horace Greeley,
editor del New York Tribune, result
tan sonado fracaso como pueda uno
imaginarse: un poco mas de 1 mill6n
de personas pasaron por las puertas
y se registry un deficit de $300,000.
El centenario de la fundaci6n de
Filadelfia sirvi6 de base para la se-
gunda Feria Mundial en America.
Tambi6n result financieramente un
fracaso, pero la calidad de sus expo-
siciones asombr6 al mundo. Exposi-
ciones de 35 naciones, incluyendo el
tel6fono de Bell, el freno hidrAulico
de George Westinghouse, el tel6grafo
de Edison, la maquina de escribir
y la maquina de coser tambi6n fue-
ron puestos en exhibici6n por primera
vez.
PANAMA-PACIFICO
Despubs que Chicago, Btfalo y
San Luis habian tratado de arreglar


la producci6n de ferias en gran
escala, San Francisco-mientras la
I Guerra Mundial azotaba a Europa-
puso juntas 80,000 exposiciones para
mAs de 13 millones de visitantes. Esta
Feria Mundial de 1915, conocida
como la Exposici6n Internacional
Panama-Pacifico, produjo una ganan-
cia de $2.5 millones. Denominada la
"Ciudad Joya," la feria conmemor6
la apertura del Canal de PanamA el
afio anterior y tambi6n destac6 la
reconstrucci6n de San Francisco
despues del incendio de 1906. Las
exposiciones incluyeron una maqueta
del Canal de PanamA y viajes en
aeroplano con Lincoln Beechey y
Art Smith, los Lindbergh de la 6poca.
CENTENARIO DE PROGRESS
DespuBs de que Filadelfia conme-
mor6 el 1509 aniversario de su fun-
daci6n, Chicago mont6 su gran Expo-
sici6n del Centenario, en 1933-34,
la cual atrajo a 39 millones de visi-
tantes y produjo $700,000 a sus orga-
nizadores; titulada "Centenario del
Progreso," esa exposici6n expuso un
ser transparent" cuyos 6rganos
vitales podian verse a trav6s. Tam-


bi6n introdujo la luz uniform y el
aire acondicionado.
MUNDO DEL MAIANA
Cinco afios mAs tarde Nueva York
asombraba al mundo con su feria
"El Mundo del Mafiana" que cubri6
un area de 1215 acres y medio. En
esa ocasi6n se conmemor6 el 1509
aniversario de la investidura de
George Washington. MAs de 60
naciones participaron en esa feria,
con la notable ausencia de la Alema-
nia hitleriana. Al romperse las beli-
gerancias en Europa un palio turbio
ensombreci6 la atr6sfera. Dos pes-
quisas murieron en explosions frente
al pabell6n britAnico. Las p6rdidas
ascendieron a $19 millones, a pesar
de que mAs de 45 millones de per-
sonas visitaron las 100,000 instala-
ciones.
Pasaron 22 afios antes de que se
montase otra Feria Mundial en el
pais, la de Seattle en 1962. Y ahora
Nueva York quiere probar su suerte
por tercera vez. Los pesimistas cal-
culan una p6rdida de unos $40
millones, a pesar de que se esperan
mas de 100 millones de visitantes a
la Feria de Nueva York.


OBTENGA SU GUIA DE ALOJAMIENTOS

SI SE PROPONE IR A VER LA FERIA
dVa usted a la Feria Mundial de Nueva York? 0No sabe
d6nde hospedarse? Copias de la Guia de Hoteles y Moteles
para la Feria Mundial de Nueva York de 1964-65 pueden
obtenerse en el First National City Bank en Balboa.
El First National City Bank, el uinico banco en la feria,
abrirA una Secci6n de Visitantes, con suficiente personal, que
estarA localizada en la Avenida de Africa y el Court of the
Five Boroughs, el dia que se inaugure la feria, con el objeto
de ofrecer servicios financieros e informaci6n a los visitantes
Los residents del Istmo que estin planeando asistir a la
feria pueden ponerse en contact con la Sucursal de Balboa
para mayor informaci6n sobre los servicios disponibles.


REINA LILIUOKALANI SE LLAMARA


EN ADELANTE PERO SIGUE A FLOTE


El antiguo vapor Panamd conti-
nuara a flote y active. Sus dias de
servicio se han prolongado al ser
vendido por sus armadores la Ameri-
can President Lines a la Hawaiian
Monarch Line, Limitada, que lo pon-
dra en servicio entire las islas del
archipi6lago hawaiano.
No solo eso, sino que hasta un
nuevo y regio nombre le sera dado,
el Reina Liliuokalani.
Conforme a nota aparecida en el
New York Times, el ex Panamd, que
ha estado navegando bajo el pend6n
de la American President Lines bajo
el nombre de President Hoover desde
1957, fue adquirido por la nueva
empresa naviera, Hawaiian Monarch
Line, por la suma de $800,000. Antes
de dedicarlo a sus nuevas rutas, el
barco sera renovado, haci6ndosele
extensas alteraciones.
NO MAS CARGA
Entre las mejoras esta el acondi-
cionamiento necesario para alterar


Los Caballos Estin

Piafando de Gusto!
dCuantos clavos de herradura
dan una tonelada? Las estadisti-
cas no lo dicen, pero reciente-
mente de escandinavia vino un
barco cargado con 17 toneladas
de clavos para herraduras y ya
pueden figurarse las herraduras
que podran clavarse con 17
toneladas de clavosl
La nave Astrid Bakke Ilevaba
abordo esa curiosa carga consis-
tente en 14 toneladas de clavos
procedentes de Suecia y 3 de
Dinamarca, destinados asi: 10
toneladas para Colombia, 4 para
el Peru, y 3 para Chile.


su capacidad de 202 pasajeros en 65
camarotes, que es su capacidad
actual, se acondicionaran 80 cama-
rotes exteriores para 160 pasajeros
que viajarian en todo comfort.
La renovaci6n tambi6n comprende
la eliminaci6n de su present capa-
cidad de 7,255 toneladas de carga
seca y 1,890 de carga refrigerada.
Los nuevos armadores tomaran
posesi6n de la nave a su regreso a
San Francisco el 23 de abril despues
de completar su iltimo viaje de cru-
cero por el Lejano Oriente bajo el
nombre de President Hoover.
SOLO PARA CRUCEROS
El reacondicionamiento se reali-
zarA en astilleros de la costa del Paci-
fico y se espera que est6 terminado
a principios de julio. Seguidamente
iniciarA sus cruceros de 7 dias por
las Islas de Oahu, Kanai, Maui y
Hawaii.
La nota del Times cita a los sefio-
res Kenzie S. Nicoll y James R.
Cannon, vicepresidentes de la reci6n
organizada line hawaiana, diciendo
que la nave no llevara carga ni auto-
m6viles, operando linicamente como
crucero y que la inversi6n montarA
a mill6n y medio de d6lares.
ANTES COSTO $5,700,000
Cuando el Panamd fue adquirido
por la American President Lines
pagaron por 61 $5.7 millones, gas-
tando medio mill6n mas en reacon-
dicionarlo. La decision de retirarlo
se debi6 a su poca capacidad para
pasajeros y su reducida velocidad.
La nave era una de tres id6nticas,
construidas en Quincy, Massachus-
setts, para la Panama Line en 1939.
El Anc6n es operado ahora por la
Academia Maritima de Maine como
buque-escuela y el Crist6bal todavia
presta servicio bajo el Gobierno
Federal entire la Zona del Canal y
Nueva Orleans.


Otorgan Medalla

Al Capt. Wright
El Capitan Donald T. Wright,
propietario, editor e impresor del
semanario Waterways Journal, de
Missouri, quien visit el Istmo via-
jando abordo del paquebote Kungs-
holm, recibi6 un medall6n de bronce
del Puente Thatcher Ferry en serial
de tribute por sus casi 50 afios de
conexi6n con el transport maritime.
(Ver foto en la secci6n inglesa.)
Durante aproximadamente 30
afios el CapitAn Wright, quien tiene
licencia como Capitan Fluvial, ha
dedicado sus empefios y esfuerzos en
su semanario a luchar por la insta-
laci6n de mejores aparatos de ayuda
al navegante; puentes mAs elevados
que permitan el libre transito a las
naves; el mantenimiento y profundi-
zaci6n de los canales de navegaci6n
y otras medidas que tiendan a faci-
litar el trAnsito maritime, y hacer
mis seguro el mismo por los canales
navegables de Ambrica.


HISTORIC DE LAS FERIAS MUNDIALES


Lugar
Londres-- ---
Nueva York--
Paris--- --
Londres __----
Paris---------
Viena-------
Filadelfia----
Paris--------
Sydney_-----
Melbourne----
Londres------
Paris---- --
Chicago- --
Paris_------
Buffalo ------
Glasgow --
San Luis_--- _
Lieja ------
Londres-- _-
Bruselas- -_
San Francisco
Wembley-- -
Filadelfia----
Paris------ -
Chicago_- --
Bruselas--- __
Paris_--- --
Nueva York --
Londres -_-
Bruselas------
Seattle-----
Nueva York ---


Fecha
-----1851
1853
1855
1862
1867
1873
1876
---1878
1879
1880
-- 1886
----1889
-- 1893
-- 1900
----- 1901
---- 1901
-----1904
-- 1905
1908
-- 1910
1915
-- 1924-25
1926
-- 1931
-- 1933-34
1935
1937
1939-40
1951
1958
1962
----- 1964-65


Area
26
13
24.5
24.75
41
40
236
66
15
20
13
72
686
336
350

1,240
173
140
200
635
200
450
500
424
375
250
1,216.5
1
500
74
646


Exposi-
ciones
13,939
4,854
20,839
28,653
43,217
25,760
30,000
52,835
9,345
12,792
1
61,722
65,000
80,000
3,500

70,000
16,119
13,500
1
80,000
1

12,000
1
9,000
11,000
100,000
1
17,000
1


Concu-
rrencia
6,093,195
1,250,000
5,162,330
6,211,103
6,805,969
6,740,000
8,004,274
16,032,725
1,117,536
1,330,279
5,550,745
32,350,297
21,477,212
39,000,000
8,304,073
11,559,649
12,804,000
7,000,000
8,396,673
4,196,939
13,127,103
27,102,498
5,852,783
33,500,000
39,052,236
26,000,000
34,000,000
44,932,978
18,000,000
41,454,412
9,639,969


nifios que son hijos de empleados
del Canal de PanamA. El limited del
afio pasado fue de $50. El aumento
de $25 fue solicitado a trav6s del
Congress de Consejos Civicos Lati-
noamericanos.
La cuenta es pagadera a traves del
plan de deducciones de planilla y
beneficia a los empleados con nume-
rosa familiar quienes, de otra manera,
tendrian que hacer considerable
desembolsos para equipar a sus hijos
para la escuela. El plan de ventas
a plazo no incluye la compra de
utensilios escolares.


Ha entrado en vigor un aumento
a $75 en el limited de ventas a plazo
de ropa escolar para los nifios resi-
dentes en las comunidades Latino-
americanas de la Zona del Canal,
antes de la apertura de las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas de la Zona del
Canal.
Al comenzar cada afio un nuevo
period lectivo en las Escuelas Lati-
noamericanas, se pone a disposici6n
de los residents de las comunida-
des Latinoamericanas de la Zona del
Canal, un plan de ventas a plazo para
la compra de ropa y calzado para


EL CINTURON PESO PLUMA EN DISPUTE



EL DOMINGO EN EL GIMNASIO NATIONAL

El Campe6n Pluma del Istmo, Beresford Francis, defender su corona el pr6ximo
domingo en el Gimnasio Nacional de PanamA, frente al primer retador Julio "Chicha
Fuerte" Ruiz, en combat sefialado a 12 asaltos.
Ruiz acaba de retornar de M6xico,en donde gan6 sus dos encuentros por la via rapida,
y espera hacer lo mismo con el campe6n Francis en la pelea del domingo.
En el semifinal de seis vueltas se mediran los pesos pluma Antonio Amaya y Encar-
naci6n Guerrero, en tanto que los preliminares de cuatro vueltas correran a cargo de los
pesos ligeros Rodolfo Cortez y Benito Lasso, y de los pesos gallos, Francisco Vald6s y
Victor Andrade.
El interns por este program es inusitado ya que existe enorme curiosidad por ver a
"Chicha Fuerte" en acci6n despu6s de su lucida actuaci6n en los tinglados aztecas donde
logr6 hacerse de un buen cartel.


Paigina 4


1 Estas cantidades no se registraron.
Torado del Saturday Review, Marzo 14, 1964.


Fijan Tope de $75 Para Ventas


A Plazo de Ropa Para Escolares




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