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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: August 7, 1964
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00470
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL






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Vol. Ill, No. 7 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, August 7, 1964


"Good 'un, Colt '45'," Jud (Pio Schultz, seated), is saying to his deadly
enemy, Curly (Dan Krueger), as he cleans his trusty six-shooter. The two
boys will vie for the affections of lovely Laurey tonight, and although the
gun is not in use at rehearsal, it will be back in the villain's hands when
the curtain goes up at 8 p.m. on theUnited Fund Benefit Show, "Oklahoma!"


Curtain Rises at 8 O'clock


On First Oklahoma! Showing


The countdown has begun. In just
a few hours, the lights will dim, the
actors will take their places and
the curtain will rise on Rodgers'
and Hammerstein's sunny musical,
Oklahoma!
Presented by Bruce Quinn for the
benefit of the Canal Zone United
Fund, the musical premieres tonight
at 8 p.m. in the Balboa High School
Auditorium. Vera Bomford is Direc-
tor-Choreographer for the hit play
and Gaylor Mowrey is Musical
Director.
Leading roles will be played by
Annette Rybicki as Laurey, Dan
Krueger as Curly, Pio Schultz as Jud,
Clarita Thayer as Gertie, Phil Sanders
as Will and Edward Reynolds as
Andrew Carnes. Judy Boiler will be
seen as Ado Annie, Don Wilcox as
Ali Hakim, Mrs. Evelyn Robbins as
Aunt Eller, and Earl Almquist as
Cord Elam.
More than 100 Isthmian residents
will add their talents to the list of


Insurance

Benefits Up
Additional benefits for both U.S.
citizen and non-U.S. citizen em-
ployees enrolled in the Canal Zone
Health Benefit Plan have been
announced by the Group Insurance
Board. The benefits are effective
retroactively to May 1, 1964.
The following were listed:
1. Complications of pregnancy
where a surgical procedure is per-
formed are now included under the
basic and major benefits rather than
the limited maternity benefits.
2. The plan will provide a maxi-
mum of $300 for medical treatment,
services or supplies at a licensed
medical clinic outside of the Canal
Zone provided it has been recom-
mended by a Canal Zone hospital
staff physician.
3. Outpatient psychiatric treat-
ment in the Canal Zone.
Other increases in benefits will be
effective November 1, 1964. They
will be announced at that time and
new brochures will be distributed, the
Group Insurance Board announced.


stars in the singing chorus, dancing
chorus, and other parts. Miss Teresa
Mann and her partner Martin Ar-
mando Villamil, well known in Pan-
ama, will perform the special dream
ballet sequence.
Weeks of exacting and diligent
practice will prove their worth
tonight and next week as Canal Zone
residents discover why Oklahoma!
has been so popular all over the
world since its debut on broadway.
The musical will run through
August 15 and curtain time is 8 p.m.
A special train will be available to
transport Gold Coast residents for
the August 8 presentation. For
reservations, call Balboa, 3129, or
Cristobal, 2530 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Tickets are $3.50 tonight; $2 for
remaining performances.


Jr. Olympic

Swim Meet
This is what junior swimmers have
been waiting for: the AAU Junior
Olympic Swimming Meet.
The 68-event meet is sponsored by
the Canal Zone Division of Schools
and is sanctioned by the Metropolitan
Division of the Amateur Athletic
Union. It is open to all students
attending schools in the Canal Zone
who are 17 years of age or under
as of August 21.
Preliminaries for Pacific side swim-
mers, under the direction of Herb
Raybourn, will be held August 14
at the Balboa pool. Atlantic side
preliminaries will be held the same
day at the Gatun swimming pool
under the direction of David Vill.
Finals will be held in Gamboa
August 21 under the supervision of
Louis Dedeaux.
All those wishing to participate
must be members of the Amateur
Athletic Union. Application for
membership to the Union and the
entry form for the meet may be
obtained at the Coco Solo, Gatun,
Gamboa, and Balboa swimming
pools. Entry forms must be sub-
mitted before 5 p.m. August 10.


Aid for Pre-Civil Service Workers


NEAR $2 MILLION A YEAR


GOES TO SPECIAL GROUP


Taking a Car

To States?

Check This

Canal Zone residents traveling to
the United States with their auto-
mobiles are reminded that they must
have proof of purchase in the United
States or they will be subject to a
U.S. customs drawback on U.S.
manufactured vehicles.
The average drawback from $1 to
$28 depending on the size and type
of automobile. This is not an
excise tax.
In a memorandum issued by the
Transportation Section, Canal organ-
ization employees who have pur-
chased used cars on the Isthmus are
advised that they must have evi-
dence from the former owners, either
by State registration or by a bill of
lading which exported the car, that
the automobile was brought from the
United States to Panama in the
owner's name.
Foreign made automobiles pur-
chased abroad will be subject to
U.S. customs duty of 63% percent of
the imported value. This quoted tax
is the U.S. customs duty and not
an internal revenue excise tax.
Canal employees who are sending
their automobiles back to the United
States unaccompanied must make
certain that the vehicle and its con-
tents are included in the customs
declaration. Otherwise, duty will be
charged on foreign merchandise
carried in the car even though its
value is within the $100 per person
exemption.


Many Who Receive Benefits

Are Citizens of Barbados


Nearly $2 million is spent an-
nually by the Panama Canal organ-
ization in monthly cash relief benefits,
home medical care, free medicines,
and monthly food package distribu-
tion to 2,512 former non-U.S.-citizen
employees, who left Canal service
before legislation gave them civil
service retirement benefits.
Of this number, a large percentage
are citizens of Barbados who chose
to remain in Panama or who returned
to their island home.
Monthly cash relief checks now
averaging $47.70 are being sent to
545 former non-citizen employees
who chose to return home at U.S.
Government expense after completing
their Canal employment. Many
checks are sent to Barbados.
The monthly checks being received
by retired employees living on- the
Isthmus, in Barbados, and elsewhere
in the world, will be increased by
$10 to bring the maximum to $65
a month as soon as legislation,
pending in Congress is passed.
In addition, former employees
living in Panama receive assistance
from U.S. military forces stationed
in the area, Canal Zone church groups
and the American Red Cross, CARE
and civic organizations. Efforts also
are being made to pass legislation
which will give relief benefits to the
widows of former employees.
More than 8,000 superannuated
non-citizen employees have received


Purchase Privilege

Abuse Is Penalized


Twenty-two employees were evicted
from Canal Zone quarters during the
past year because of involvement of
themselves or their families in viola-
tions of regulations governing Pan-
ama Canal purchase privileges,
according to the annual report of the
Executive Secretary.
These employees and their families
automatically lost their Canal Zone
purchase privileges when they were
moved out of Canal Zone housing.
The Office of the Executive
Secretary reviews all reports of mis-
use of the purchase privilege. Strong


disciplinary actions are taken depend-
ing upon the circumstances involved.
Other actions on purchase privilege
violation cases during the year in-
cluded the discharge from the service
of one employee. Five employees
were suspended from work without
pay, and 79 were reprimanded and
warned. In addition, 8 employees had
their purchase privileges canceled, 13
dependents of employees were barred
from future entry into the retail stores
and service centers, and 43 reports
of violations were referred to other
agencies for appropriate action
against the employee.


BOOK ORDERS MOUNT
One week from today, the Panama Canal 50th Anniversary
book goes on sale. Orders have been pouring in at retail stores
and service centers. The books are now being distributed to the
stores and books to fill advance orders are being set aside. The
remainder will go on sale over the counter. To reserve a copy,
or copies, give your name to the clerk in any retail store or
service center. Your copies then will be set aside and you may
pick them up August 14 or any day after that. Be sure to let the
clerk know whether you want English or Spanish language
books. There are 6,500 English and 3,500 Spanish copies for
sale at $2.75 each. A similar book, priced commercially, would
cost $4.95, or more. The volume has 128 pages in two colors
and black and the dust jacket that folds over it is in full color.


monthly cash relief checks ranging
from $25 to $55, depending on the
amount of service, since 1937 when
the cash relief law was passed.
Since,October 1958, all non-citizen
employees have been eligible for and
have received the benefits of the Civil
Service Retirement Act. Annuities
received by former employees retiring
since that date are estimated to
average over $1,000 annually. Future
annuities for non-citizens retiring
from service probably will average
in excess of $1,400 to $1,700 annually
because of higher wages.
In most cases these annuities will
average more than the former em-
ployees could earn annually if they
were employed full time in the
Republic of Panama at the minimum
wage of 45 cents an hour.
All employees who were on con-
tract and who did not take out Pan-
amanian residence certificates, were
offered a free trip home after Canal
employment. Those who returned
are receiving their monthly cash
relief checks just as those who chose
to remain in Panama.
A home medical care program for
former non-citizen employees on the
Isthmus was instituted in 1960 which
now provides for the services of 2
doctors and 5 nurses. All medicines
as well as proprietary drugs, replace-
ment prosthetic devices and eye-
glasses are free. The budget for this
program during the past fiscal year
of 1964 was $79,000, all furnished
by the Panama Canal.
A group health insurance plan was
developed in 1961 for the cash
relief beneficiaries.
At a charge of $3.35 a month, the
cash relief members get free clinics,
semi-private hospital room and board
for as long as necessary, and ambu-
lance service as needed. They are
allowed without charge all drugs,
medicines, anesthesia, bandages,
blood transfusions, free surgical oper-
ations, and a $100 death benefit, with
a double indemnity provision of
$200 for accidental death.
Since the eligible annuitants now
have an average age of 73 years, the
group plan in which they are enrolled
has few counterparts anywhere else
in the world.
In 1962 arrangements were made,
with the consent of the Republic of
Panama, to distribute CARE food
allotments by the Panama Canal.
Food packages containing basic
foodstuffs to supplement and im-
prove the diet of the elderly retirees,
are distributed each month to 4,248
former employees, their widows,
injury cases, and others.
The packages are given out to
both disability relief recipients and
to civil service retirees whose
annuities are less than $75 a month
because of their relatively short
service on the retirement plan.
The actual cash value of the
food plus the cost of distribution,
amounted to $350,000 during fiscal
year 1964, of which $25,000 came
from the Panama Canal budget.








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


August 7, 1964


She Really T



Out of Those

"I couldn't believe it; it was the
first time I had ever seen one,"
laughed Mary Livingston, an account-
ing technician, and the luckiest of
six women in the Sailfish and Marlin
Tournament on July 19.
Mrs. Livingston, and a party that
included Hugh Cassibry, Chita Cas-
sihry, Bertha Frensley, Thora Maho-
ney, Lois Harrison, Audra Dougan,
and John Dougan, were fishing off
the coast of Calera Island when she
hooked her first sailfish. It was 10:55
a.m. By noon, she had boated three,
the largest of which tipped the Pifias
Bay scales at 105 pounds.
"I guess I just happened to be in
the right place at the right time,"
Mary shrugged, when asked if she
could explain the catch, but she
wasn't the only lucky "fisherwoman"
aboard the Anayansi. Before the day
was over, Chita Cassibry, of the
Comptroller's Office, hooked another
sailfish, and Mrs. Lois Harrison
caught a 38 pound Amberjack.
However, John Dougan of Mar-
garita, one of the two men aboard,
was not to be completely out-done by
the "weaker sex," and also boated a
sailfish to add to the day's catches.
The score at the end of the day:
Ladies 5, Gentlemen 1.
Aboard the Corbina that day,
catches were not quite as plentiful,
but the six man party, Bill Goldfein,
Leslie Wood, Neil Doherty, Joseph
Vandergrift, William Hele, and Irl
Sanders, hooked four sailfish before






BROWSInG


COLLECTIOn

By Eleano

American on Everest is the official
account of the ascent of the world's
most challenging mountain peak
written by James Ramsey Ullman as
official historian of the expedition.
Ullman went with the men as far as
Nepal and was in almost daily con-
tact with them by radio during the
ascent. Thus the author was able to
describe with accuracy the emotional
and physical reactions of the men
during their ordeal. In many cases
he even used their own words. Ullman
was uniquely prepared to write this
book since he is an experienced
climber as well as one of the world's
best known writers on mountaineer-
ing. This vivid and exciting story
gives the reader a feeling of sym-
pathetic understanding which almost
approaches participation. The book
undoubtedly will be one of the
classics of mountain climbing.
Death of a Fox is a Crime Club
selection by Jan Roffman. The action
takes place in an odd double house
in England and the leading character
is Joanna, the young housekeeper.
When she deduces that in addition
to her gruff employer there is a third
but unseen occupant of the house
things start to happen. This is a
better-than-average who-dun-it.
Peru by Ceollrey H. S. Bushnell is
a revised edition of the author's
earlier work and includes the many
new and important discoveries made
in ancient Peruvian cultures during
the past several years. This book
provides a outline of Peruvian
archaeology from the time of the
earliest primitive hunters to the con-
quest of Pizarro. It thus places the
famous world of the Incas in interest-
ing perspective. The book includes
many excellent photographs, maps,


ook the Wi



Huge Sails

the day was over. In fact, i
excitement two members o
part hooked the same fish. Alt]
the luckless sailfish, caught join
Wood and Vandergrift, weighed
an estimated 125 pounds all
lish caught aboard the Corbina
thrown back.


Not John Wayne y'


... If You Please

No, not John Wayne, but Dr.
Sidney13 B. Clark, Chief of the Divi- The trail of their "misadventures" is pointed out by "Pancho" Peterson,
sion of Preventive Medicine and left, and fellow hitch-hiker, Kit Schweitzer, on the world map in the
Governor's boardroom.
Quarantine. Resuming his duties as
head of that division, Dr. Clark
returned recently from 1 year's leaveA Sum m er Project
of absence at Baylor University
Medical School in Houston, Tex.
s a resident in psychiatry, Dr. F o r T:
Clark was responsible for the diag- F "
nosis and treatment of mentally
disturbed patients in Houston's Vet-
erans' Administration Hospital and Wo hen Frank "Pancho" Peterson and Kit Schweitzer walked
in Ben-Taub City-County Hospital. into the Administration Building, Balboa Heights, heads turned
Commenting on his experiences, Dr. and interested eyes followed their progress down the hall. They
Clark said his work was interesting, wore faded levis, sport shirts, were bearded and tanned. The
exacting and fascinating, ie added, two University of Arizona students had just completed a trip
however, that it was good to
bl home again with his wife and from Arizon to Panama which took them nearly a month; they
two daughters, hitchhiked.
He came to the Canal Zone in Pancho, 18, and Kit, 21, set out from Arizona June 27, the
February 1960. Amazon their goal. They carried with them $700 and two back
packs, which contained cameras, film, articles of clothing, fish-
hooks, jungle hammocks, raincoats, and a sketchbook. Together
the packs weighed nearly 90 pounds.
Upon arrival in Balboa, Pancho, a geology major in his sopho-
more year, and Kit, an anthropology major in his junior year,
first stayed at the Y.M.C.A. They then traveled to Colon, where
they "slung their hammocks up between two palm trees," while
Searching for a boat in whin o in ch to continue their trip south. They
had no luck, and decided to return to Balboa, where a C.Z.
r Burnham resident promptly took them in.

diagrams, and a useful bibliography When asked if there was any special reason for their trip,
and index. Dr. Bushnell has been a Pano rli, anchor replied, "Its just an adventure, but so far, we've had all
life-long enthusiast of archaeology kinds of misadventures." "Tell her about Solomon Piru," Kit
and is presently Curator of the Uni- prodded, and Pancho related this story:
versit Mseum of Archaeology and While traveling through Mexico, the duo was offered a lift by
Ethnology at Cambridge.
The Silence of Herondale is a a "small, very sentimental" Mexican. As they rode along," they
mystery by loan Aiken. When realized there was something strange about him. Whenever he
beautiful Deborah Lindsay gets a job came upon any Piru trees, a type of Mexican pepper plant, he
as governess for a brilliant and over- stopped and picked a few handfuls, climbed back into the car
sophisticated 13-year-old, she little and drove on until he came to a bare strip of land where no
knows what is in store for her. The.
excluded English village where her Piru trees grew. Here he scattered the pepeers, hoping the trees
precocious charge chooses to live would grow. Kit and Pancho were soon helping him in this
turns out to be anything but quiet project he had begun nearly 16 years earlier because, as Pancho
and peaceful. This is a Crime Club explained, it was what Solomon could do for his country. Before
Selection. leaving, the boys tagged him, "Solomon Piru, the Johnny
All But My Life is the fascinating Appleseed of Mexico."
story of Stirling Moss, who probably
is the greatest racing driver of all Kit and Pancho hitched ride on anything from huge semi's
time. The story is the result of a and bob-tails to tiny cars and tractors during their travels, at
series of dialogues between Moss and times sleeping on as odd a mattress as scrap metal. They
Ken Purdy, a writer and racing attempted to scale the Irazl Volcano in Costa Rica, finally giving
enthusiast. The conversations range it up as "a cold experience," and helped fellow travelers whenever
through Moss's childhood, marriage, he coul
his techniqoss chin drivinghood, m iage they could, once stopping to rescue a truck from its precarious
his techniques in driving and his.
over-riding obsession for the speed perch on the edge of a bridge. They arrived in Mexico, where
and sensation of racing. This is a they stayed with friends, just in time for the earthquake which
highly-personalized account which made news around the world.
makes for absorbing and very Kit and Pancho plan to leavn Panama as soon as they find a
exciting reading. boat to take them to Buenaventura, Colombia, where they will
The March-Man, a new novel by
Keith Botsfor is the story of a son's ;tart down the Amazon tributary, the Caqueta River, and sail

search for the cause and significance 2,500 miles through virgin jungle into the Amazon. The duo's
of his father's death. Botsford's use plans after arrival there are indefinite depending on spirit-and
of switches in time frame and changes funds.
in narrator can make for confusion
on the part of the reader, who at the
end of the story may have mixed DID YOU KNOW ?
emotions and confusions. Most people i
prefer a cut-and-dried conclusion The oldest college or university in I (193), while the second oldest in
and Botsford's technique does not the United States in terms of con- respect to continuous operation is
provide this. Nevertheless the story tinuous operation is Harvard Uni- Yale Universityl (1701).
is absorbing and compelling reading, versitv, founded in 1636. The second --(CE()II S tTIMIPSON,
It's impossible to put the book down oldest in terms of late founded is A Book About American
before it's finished, the College of William and Mar'y History. harper & Row, Inc.


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SCN-TV SCHEDULE
SUNDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Parade of Sports
3:30-Sunday
4:30- CBS Sports Spectacular
5:00-All Star Golf
6:00- Close Up
6:30-Festival Frenzy
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00-Joey Bishop Show
9:30- Headlines
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15- Movie Time:
"Fun For A Weekend"
MONDAY
4:00- Afternoon
5:30-It's A Wonderful World
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Password
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Navy Notebook
7:30-Behind Closed Doors
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Bob Cummings
8:30-Medic
9:00-5-Star Jubilee
9:30-Markham
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Steve Alien
11:30-This Is The Life
TUESDAY
4:00- Afternoon
5:30-Yankee Do
6:00- NEWS 30
6:30-"I've Got A Secret"
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Coronado 9
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Battleline
8:30-Mr. Adam and Eve
9:00-SCN Special of the Week:
"Chevy Mystery Show"
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Armchair Theater:
"Rogue's Tavern"
11:30-Ted Mack
WEDNESDAY
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- True Adventure
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-To Tell the Truth
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Saga of a Western Man
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Desilu Playhouse
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Tonight Show
11:30-Royal Playhouse
THURSDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30- Science In Action
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-The Unexpected
7:30-The Real McCoys
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05--Danny Kaye Show
9:00-Death Valley Days
9:30-All Star Theater
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:I5-Thlursday Night Movie:
"Lost Continent"
FRIDAY
3:00- How Many Homes?
4:00- Afternoon
5:30--Blueprint for Terror
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-College Bowl
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Ripcord
7:30-Price Is Right
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Candid Camera
8:30-Panic
9:00-Jack Paar
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-SCN Bowling Tournament
11:30--Fight of the Week
SATURDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:35-Captain Kangaroo
2:30- Afternoon Movie:
"Rogue's Tavern"
3:35-American Bandstand
4:30- Pro-Bowlers Tour
6:00-SCN NEWS (English)
6:15-BILLBOARD
6:30- Science Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Big Picture
7:30-Ann Sothern
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Target
8:30-Four-Star Theater
9:00--King of Diamonds
9:30-Sports Time
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Lawrence Welk
11:00-1Wrestling from Hollywood



SPILLWAY
The IP .sAM\ ( CANi. SPILLWAY iS an
official pnblication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa. Heights, C.Z. News
articles contain d in it are made avail-
able to all interested news media for
whatc\,er lse they may wish to make
of them aind may bie reprinted without
official clearance.
ROnEiuT j. FLEMING, Jr.
G(:crnor of tie Canal Zone
DAVID S. PARKEH
I.itcitlt'lttl Covternor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the Siilli..WAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PIANAMA CANAI. SPII.I.WAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C Z.









August 7, 1964


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


CZ College Library



Needs These Books

The Canal Zone College would appreciate donations of the following
missing periodicals and magazines in order that we may have complete
volumes for research purposes. More of the list will appear in later editions.

HARPERS
Volume Year Number(s)
202 ._ _.._ -.-_-1951 -___- -- 1213 (June)
203 .._._ .- -- ---- 1951 ___ ____..1214 (July)
203 1951... 1215 (August)
NEWSWEEK
Volume Year Number(s)
45 1955 .. ._13 (March 28)
45 1955 ------------24 (June 13)
46 _- ..-.. 1955 .. .12 (Sept. 19)
48 1956 -----1 (July 2)
48 -- 1956 _-----._ -----.18 (Oct. 29)
50 ... ....---- 1957_ -_ 10 (Sept. 2)
50 ------1957_ __ --- 11 (Sept. 9)
50 ._--. -. 1957 ... 12 (Sept. 16)
50 -..._ _. .. 1957 _.----------13 (Sept. 23)
THE NEW YORKER
Volume Year Number(s)
33_ -- ._1957 ___ ------ -20 (July 6)
34__ _... --1958 .--------38 (Nov. 8)
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The Ski-Lark, a 30 by 40 foot houseboat which can accommodate 20 persons was designed and built by 8
Canal employees and their families. It is anchored in Gatun Lake.







They Built a Nautical Funhouse;




Now Those Weekends Float By


Here's a new idea in family fun:
a houseboat built for 20!
The Ski-Lark, a 30 feet by 40 feet
double decker houseboat, is a "do-it-
yourself" dream come true. It was
designed and built by eight Canal
employees and their families over a
period of nearly 2 years for skiing,
swimming, and just plain outdoor
living.
Started August 1962 and launched
June 1964, the Ski-Lark is a result
of 1 year and 11 months of night,
Saturday, Sunday, and holiday work.
It is a complete home on the water
with a galley, sleeping quarters for
20 persons, bathroom facilities, a sun
deck, lightplant, a refrigerator and(
a stove.
The eight crew members, in a
combined physical and financial
effort, constructed the houseboat at
Pier 1, Coco Solo. Because of safe
boating regulations, they had to
obtain special permission for the
project from the Marine Bureau.
Originally, the Ski-Lark was to be a
pontoon or single decker flat-
bottomed boat. But with the addition
of so many facilities and conven-
iences, a crane was employed at Coco
Solo to lower it into the water. With
the aid of the tugboat, Alaiuela, the
Ski-Lark transited Catun Locks
June 27 and is now anchored on
Catun Lake between Navy Island
and the west bank of the Canal.
Its builders claim the Ski-Lark is
the perfect innovation for week-end
fun and relaxation. They add that
although it took a good deal of
money, time and labor, their water-
borne house is worth everything they
put into it. Crew members are:
Capt. John Urey, Industrial Divi-


sion; chief engineer Fred Huldtquist, Industrial Division; head chef Doug
Port Captain, Cristobal; first mate Smith, Locks Division; entertainment
Herb Peterson, Industrial Division; director Ralph Dugas, Maintenance
first assistant engineer Bud Huldt- Division; and director of public
quist, Port Captain, Cristobal; direc- relations for the Ski-Lark, Dennis
tor of maintenance Vince Ridge, Gilbert, Industrial Division.




At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
August 8, 1964

BALBOA
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:00, 8:30-Mon., 7:30-
The Pink Panther
Tues., 7:30-Strangers On A Train
Wed., 7:30-Gunfight At Comanche
Creek
Thurs., 7:30-Sons Of Thunder
Fri., 7:00-Siege Of The Saxons
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Saturday night-The Prize
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-4 For Texas
Tues.-Siege At Sydney Street
Wed.-The Old Dark House
Thurs.-The Sins Of Rachel Cade
Fri.-Funny Side Of Life
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Horror Of
Dracula

GAMBOA
Saturday night. 8:15 p.m.-The Eternal
Sea
Sun.-Shock Corridor
Mon.-NO SHIOW
Tues.-The Old Dark House
Wed.-4 For Texas
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Siege At Sydney Street
COCO SOLO O
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Kings
Of The Sun
Mon.-The Bramble Bush
Tues.-Wed.-Under The Yum Yum Tree
Thurs.-Mardi Gras
Fri.-The Brass Bottle

MARGARITA *
Saturday night-Three Moves To Freedom
Sun.. 2:00 p.m. Matinee-Mermaids Of
Tiburon


Sunday night-Mon., 7:00-Dead Ringer
Tues.-Tennessee's Partner
Wed.-Pearl Of The South Pacific
Thurs.-The Frightened City
Fri.-The Eternal Sea
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Appointment
With A Shadow

GATUN o
Saturday night-Mermaids Of Tiburon
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-McLintock
Sunday night-The Prize
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Frightened City
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Dead Ringer
Fri.-Pearl Of The South Pacific
oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.
"All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.


Special Matinees

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964
BALBOA: 10 a.m.-Bedtime For Bonzo-
Comedy of a professor who raises a
chimpanzee like a baby. (89 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-The Big Beat-
It's all bounce and beat with America's
top name bands. (90 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-Abbott and Costello
in The Foreign Legion-The funny men
join forces with the famous fighting
imen. (85 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-The Burning Hills-
Natalie Wood, Tabi hunter: Story of
mixed-up girl and an awkward country
boy. (In Color.) (100 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-The Command-
Guy Madison: Indians vs. U.S. Cavalry
melodrama in color. (100 min.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-The Lone Ranger-
Across America's flaming frontier the
Lone Hanger rides against Kilgore's
raiders. (In color.) (135 min.)


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


August 7, 1964


Don Rudy, president-elect of the PanCanal Bowling Association for the
1964-65 season, is shown beside one of four mahogany display cases made
by Richard K. Soyster of Gatun, former president of the association. The
cases, at the Balboa Bowling Alleys, are covered on either side with pictures
and records of the PanCanal Bowling Association over a period of 23 years
and have side supports of authentic white bowling pins.




Ted Henter Named


Chief Hydrographer


For most of us the weather is a
topic for small talk, but not so
for Theodore C. Henter, recently
appointed Chief Hydrographer of
the Panama Canal. He succeeds
W. H. Esslinger, who retired after
more than 44 years of service with
the Canal organization.
Weather expert Henter has had
34 years experience keeping tabs on
weather conditions such as tem-
peratures, wind velocities, sunshine,
and rain . all important factors
in the operation of the Panama Canal.
Henter was born in Gorgona in
1910. His father came to the Isthmus
in 1904 and was one of the Canal
builders. Ted was graduated from
Cristobal High School. In 1926, while
still a student, he went to work at the
Lighthouse Division in Gatun, now
known as the Aids to Navigation
Section of the Dredging Division. To
fill in the time after working hours
he took extension courses and later
attended the University of Colorado
at Boulder, Colo.
In 1930, making a firm commit-
ment to his profession, he became
a student recorder, and a short time
later, junior meteorological observer.
Henter is one of the original "ridge
runners" who covered 1,300 square
miles of jungle on foot, going from
station to station, to collect hydro-
logical data. At times, this meant a
3-day hike with a pack on his back,
trudging along a jungle trail to find
out how much water there was and
how much could be expected. Going
up the weatherman's ladder, Henter
was made junior engineer followed
by the position of assistant to the
Chief Hydrographer for more than
12 years.
As Chief Hydrographer, Theodore
Henter is responsible for recom-
mending lake level controls of
Madden and Gatun Lakes to the En-
gineering and Construction Director.
He is responsible for analysis of water
usage, its supply and storage, most
necessary factors in Canal operations.
He is also in charge of the Seismo-
logical observatory at Balboa Heights,
an important link in the worldwide
network of seismological stations.
Ted Henter is an outing-minded
jungle-junketeer who, when he isn't


TED HENTER

minding the weather, is out exploring
the old Spanish cobblestone trails
on the Isthmus. He has crossed the
Continental Divide in at least five
different places, from the Pacific to
the Atlantic, in search of Spanish
trails. He and his son, Theodore, Jr.,
13, also explore old caves, and have
found several Indian burial pots. The
best specimens he has donated to the
Panama Museum.
Henter has other hobbies that keep
him out in the open and close to
nature hunting and water skiing. He
also explored Canal waters until a


CZ Net


Tourney


Slated
The Open Isthmian Table Tennis
Tournament sponsored by the U.S.O.
J.W.B. in Balboa begins August 10
at 7 p.m.
All interested players from the
Pacific and Atlantic sides are invited
to participate in the tournament.
Special invitation is extended to
the various clubs in the Republic of
Panama. Only 4 players (singles) and
2 doubles teams are allowed each
club.
The Armed Forces will be repre-
sented by players from the various
units.
Applications for this tournament
can be made at the J.W.B. in Balboa.
Closing date for applications is
tonight at 9 p.m.
Applications may be obtained from
Webster A. Marshall (Motor Trans-
portation Division, Ancon); Solomon
Pereira (Shell W. I. Oil Co., Ltd.),
Chase Manhattan Bank Building, Via
Espafia, Panama; and Stanley E. Hall,
Claims Branch, Balboa Heights.
For the military entrees, applica-
tions may be obtained from-Special
Service representatives of the various
service clubs.


New Club

To Install

Officers
The Cervantes Library Club will
hold a meeting at the Paraiso Junior-
Senior High School study hall Satur-
day, August 8, to install officers. The
recently organized library club of the
Paraiso school community is a branch
of the Canal Zone Library system.
The Library Club is formed of
students of the Paraiso Junior-Senior
High School who also serve as assist-
ant librarians without pay. At the
end of the year, those who serve in
this capacity will receive Certificates
of Recognition.
The library group adopted the
name Cervantes to honor the world
famous Spanish author of Don
Quixote.
Among the plans of the club is a
visit to the Canal Zone Main Library,
as well as to the Biblioteca Nacional
of Panama and the Panama University
Library.
Mrs. Anna de Ferrero, librarian,
also teaches the science to those
interested. She dedicates 1 hour a
week to this purpose, and her lessons
are given after school hours.
Some of the club members may
intend to go into the library work
after graduation, it was stated.


Demonstration

On Boating

Safety Set


broken ear-drum, suffered during a Deep sea boat owners and safety
dive, caused him to give up one of officials can't afford to miss this
his favorite hobbies, skin diving. The demonstration because the lives they
family joins him in skiing over his save may be their own.
old Gorgona homestead, which is The Safety Branch will sponsor a
now under water. sea-air survival demonstration on
Mr. and Mrs. Henter, son Theo- Wednesday, August 12 at 9:30 a.m.
dore, and Mr. Henter's mother live in Building 10, Balboa Industrial
at Las Cruces Street in Balboa. Area.
Sgt. James Llewellyn, U.S. Air
Force Southern Command, will give
A recent survey showed four out the demonstration for safety officers,
of five surveys prove what they set inspectors, representatives, and other
out to prove, guests of the Canal Zone. He will
demonstrate the types of rescue
Sao w equipment used in air-sea rescue in-
He didn't have to laugh when the cluding life rafts, flares, survival kits,
professor told the joke. He was being and other materials dropped by
drafted the next day. plane to survivors of marine accidents.


RETIREMENTS



23 CONGRATULATED


FOR LONG SERVICE


Fourteen employees, one with
more than 46 years service, ten with
more than 30 years with the Panama
Canal were presented retirement cer-
tificates on July 29 by Canal Zone
Governor Fleming.
The group, part of a list of 23 em-
ployees being retired from the Canal
organization in July, received warm-
est congratulations from the Gov-
ernor and the utmost gratitude of
the U.S. Government and the Amer-
ican people for their many years of
loyal service.
Bernard P. Alexander, who until
his retirement on the 4th of July, was
Leader Cook at Gorgas Hospital, had
more than 46 years service. Alex-
ander, born in 1899 at San Pablo,
Panama, started his career with the
Canal organization on August 15,
1917, at Gorgas Hospital. During
his spare time Alexander is a masseur.
Plans for the near future include
a little fishing and mostly taking
it easy. He lives in Panama with
his wife, Arabella. Alexander also
received a key to the Locks.
Ivan D. Hilliard, who retired!
July 31, after more than 37 years of
service with the Canal organization,
is next on the list in years of service.
Hilliard was born in Wadsworth,
Ohio, in 1905 and attended schools
in Wadsworth. He joined the Panama
Canal in July 1927 as a Customs
Guard in the Civil Affairs Division,
Executive Department. In 1942,
when he was a Boarding Officer, he
resigned and enlisted in the U.S.
Navy as a lieutenant. In 1945, when
he was a commander he separated
from the Navy and returned to his
old position as Boarding Officer and
remained there until 1947. At this
time, he transferred to the District
Intelligence Office, 15th Naval Dis-
trict where he remained until 1957.
From 1957, to the time of his retire-
ment, Hilliard was Deputy Chief of
the Internal Security Office of the
Canal Zone Government.
Those who retired in July, with
their places of employment and years
of service with the Panama Canal
are as follows:
Sydney S. Albritton, Inspector (Cranes
and Elevators), Industrial Division
(Pacific side); 28 years, 8 months,
3 days.
Bernard P. Alexander, Leader Cook,
Gorgas Hospital; 46 years, 10
months, 20 days.
Laurie G. Ashby, Automotive Equip-
ment Serviceman, Motor Transpor-
tation Division (Atlantic side); 36
years, 10 months, 21 days.
Lucille I. Bell, Cook, Supply Divi-
sion (Pacific side); 23 years, 1
month, 7 days.
Edward M. Browder, Jr., Assistant
Engineer and Construction Direc-
tor, Office of the Director (Pacific
side); 34 years, 5 months, 28 days.
Ruben Dew, Mate, Dipper Dredge,
Dredging Division (Pacific side);
16 years, 11 months, 15 days.
Raymond Dixon, Towing Locomotive
Operator, Locks Division (Pacific
side); 12 years, 2 months.
Luis Fierro, Surveying Aid, Engi-
neering Division (Pacific side); 34
years, 5 months, 26 days.
John Greening, General Foreman,
Locks Operator, Locks Division
(Atlantic side); 34 years, 1 month,
7 days.
Edward G. Haydel, Jr., Electrician,
Electrical Division (Pacific side);
23 years, 10 months, 17 days.
Ivan D. Hilliard, Security Officer,
Internal Security (Pacific side); 37
years, 9 days.


Edward J. Hustead, Guard Super-
visor, Locks Division (Pacific side);
33 years, 6 months, 19 days.
Luis JAcome, Seaman, Dredging Di-
vision (Pacific side); 18 years, 19
days.
Agnes P. Johnson, Teacher (Senior
High, U.S. Schools), Schools Divi-
sion (Pacific side); 19 years, 3
months, 24 days.
Herbert C. Kelly, Leader Electrician,
Electrical Division (Pacific side);
25 years, 10 months, 22 days.
Joseph M. McGovern, Cablesplicer,
Electrical Division (Atlantic side);
19 years, 11 months, 10 days.
Paul W. Mohl, Operator Dredge,
Dredging Division (Pacific side);
29 years, 3 months, 18 days.
Atilano Pitt L., Painter, Dredging
Division (Pacific side); 27 years,
1 month, 25 days.
James H. Rheney, Lead Foreman,
MTD' Repair Shop, Motor Trans-
portation (Atlantic side); 36 years,
6 months, 9 days.
Luis Romero, Carpenter, Mainte-
nance Division (Atlantic side); 34
years, 9 months, 29 days.
David C. Ryan, Lead Foreman, Cen-
tral Office Repairman, Electrical
Division (Pacific side); 30 years,
3 months, 14 days.
Maxwell T. Smith, Personnel Staff-
ing and Employee-Management
Relations Specialist, Employment
and Placement Branch (Pacific
side); 25 years, 7 days.
Beryl H. Williams, Sales Section
Head, Supply Division (Pacific
side); 35 years, 7 months, 3 days.



LUCHO READY

TO PLAY AT

WORLD'S FAIR

Panama's own, Lucho Azcarraga,
and his conjunto, arrived in Long-
view, Tex., for a brief visit en route
to the World's Fair in New York,
where he will play an engagement in
the U.S. pavilion.
While in Longview visiting his
sisters, Lucho and his conjunto played
at a benefit dance at the Elks' Club,
the entire proceeds of which went to
the Elks' Crippled Childrens Hos-
pital near GonzAles. Lucho, who was
himself stricken with polio at 5 months
of age, has an understandable interest
in aiding these children.
Azcarraga, a popular and well
known entertainer on the Isthmus,
has played command performances
for Queen Elizabeth and Prince
Philip and for all the presidents in
the western hemisphere including
President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He
is a favorite with servicemen and
civilians who have heard him play at
Hotel El Panama Hilton in Panama
City, and at many bases throughout
the Canal Zone. His conjunto has
been visiting the United States for
the past several years and has played
engagements at Fort Bragg, N.C.,
and other Army posts.
After Lucho's World's Fair appear-
ance, he plans to tour several cities
in the United States and return once
more to New York for a limited
appearance before returning to
Panama.


Rub your hand over this line and
if it feels hairy, see your doctor be-
fore the next full moon.


Arrested for heaving rocks at birds,
he explained he didn't want to leave
a single tern unstoned


Page 4







EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Spillwaa


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Vol. III, No. 7 50 Aios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 7 deAgosto de 1964



$2 Millones da PanCanal en Ayuda Anual


El Canal de PanamA desembolsa anualmente aproximada-
mente $2 millones en pagos y beneficios extendidos a antiguos
empleados no estadounidenses de la organizaci6n que dejaron
de servirla antes de la vigencia de leyes que les conceden los
privilegios de la jubilaci6n. La cantidad indicada estA com-
prendida en asistencia en dinero, atenci6n m6dica, medica-
mentos y viveres que se distribuyen mensualmente a las 2,512
personas que se hallan en las circunstancias antedichas. De ese
grupo un alto porcentaje es de barbadienses que escogieron
continuar en PanamA o que ya regresaron a sus lares natives.
Los 545 ex empleados que optaron por retornar a sus islas
nativas al terminarse su trabajo con la organizaci6n, fueron
repatriados a expenses del Gobierno de Estados Unidos y reci-
ben mensualmente cheques por $47.70 (cantidad promedio).
Muchos de esos cheques correspondent a ex empleados en
Barbados.
La cuantia que reciben mensualmente empleados retirados
que contin6an viviendo en el Istmo, en Barbados y en otros
sitios, serA aumentada en $10 mensuales hasta la suma que no
exceda los $65 al mes. La legislaci6n correspondiente cursa
actualmente en el Congreso de Estados Unidos.
Los antiguos empleados del Canal domiciliados en PanamA
reciben adicionalmente ayuda de parte de las fuerzas armadas
de Estados Unidos acantonadas en el Area, de grupos religiosos
y civicos, de la Cruz Roja Americana y de la CARE. A mAs de
todo ello se contemplan medidas legislativas encaminadas a
concederle ayuda a las viudas de esos ex empleados.
MAs de 8,000 de esos ex empleados no estadounidenses inha-
bilitados, han venido recibiendo ayuda financiera en cheques
que fluctian entire los $25 y los $55 mensuales, dependiendo
la cuantia de los afios de servicios prestados. Esa ayuda se


EN EFECTIVO, MEDICINES, Y

VIVERES A EX EMPLEADOS


viene otorgando desde 1937 cuando el Congreso la autoriz6.
Desde octubre de 1958 los ex empleados no estadounidenses
han sido incorporados a la Ley de Jubilaci6n del Servicio
Civil. Las anualidades concedidas a ex empleados que se
jubilaron desde esa 6poca, alcanzan un promedio de mAs de
$1,000. En el future se calcula que el promedio fluctuarA entire
los $1,400 y los $1,700 anuales. Ello se debe al aumento
salarial de los 61timos 3 afios.
En la mayoria de los casos las anualidades por jubilaci6n
serAn superiores a la cantidad que el ex empleado devengaria,
si trabajase en la Rep6blica de Panama ganando el salario
minimo de 45 centavos por hora.
A los empleados que fueron contratados para trabajar y que
no obtuvieron su residencia en PanamA, se les sufrag6 el pasaje
de retorno al terminar sus servicios al Canal. Todos los repatria-
dos contindan recibiendo sus cheques mensuales de ayuda al
igual que los que optaron por domiciliarse en PanamA.
En 1960 se implant un program de visits m6dicas al hogar
para beneficio de los ex empleados radicados en el Istmo.
Actualmente prestan ese servicio dos mdilicos y cinco. enfer-
meras. Tanto los medicamentos cuanto cosas asi como ojos de
vidrio y otros enseres prost6ticos son facilitados gratuitamente.
El presupuesto para este program en el pasado afio fiscal de


1964 mont6 a $79,000, cubiertos integramente por la
organizaci6n del Canal.
En 1961 se install un plan de seguro colectivo de salud
para los beneficiaries, encabezado por un comite designado
por el Director del Personal, Edward A. Doolan, y represen-
tantes de los beneficiaries.
Por la m6dica suma de $3.35 al mes los beneficiaries tienen
derecho a clinic gratis, cuarto semi-privado en el hospital y
alimentaci6n, asi como servicio de ambulancia. Se les dan
gratis las medicines, anestesia, vendajes, transfusions de
sangre, gastos de cirugia y la suma de $100 en caso de muerte,
cantidad que es duplicada en caso de muerte por accident.
El plan colectivo no tiene paralelo en el mundo si se con-
sidera que los beneficiaries tienen una edad promedio de 73
afios. El plan estA calculado a ahorrarles los dispendiosos
gastos m6dicos que podrian sobrevenirles a esa avanzada edad.
En 1962 se hicieron arreglos para la eficiente distribuci6n
de paquetes de viveres regalados por la CARE a trav6s de las
facilidades de la organizaci6n del Canal de PanamA. Los arre-
glos fueron cordados entire el Embajador de Estados Unidos en
PanamA, el Gobemador de la Zona del Canal, grupos religiosos,
de la Zona del Canal y de la CARE, con el asentimiento de la
Repdblica de PanamA.
Paquetes de viveres son entregados cada mes a 4,248 ex em-
pleados de edad avanzada, sus viudas u otros sobrevivientes.
Los viveres son donados a los beneficiaries por incapacidad
fisica y a los jubilados con menos de $75 mensuales (personas
que solo trabajaron por tiempo relativamente corto).
El valor de los viveres, sumado al cost de distribuci6n,
lleg6 a $350,000 en el afio fiscal de 1964; de esa suma $25,000
provinieron del presupuesto del Canal de Panama.


Bernard Alexander

Ivan D. Hilliard y

14 mas se Jubilan
Catorce funcionarios, uno de los
cuales lleva mAs de 46 afios de servir
a la organizaci6n; y diez con mas de
30 afios de servicio, recibieron el 29
de julio de manos del Goberna-
dor de la Zona del Canal, Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., sus certificados de
jubilaci6n.
El grupo formaba parte de un
total de 23 funcionarios que fueron
jubilados por el Canal de PanamA en
julio y el Gobernador les transmiti6
el agradecimiento del Gobierno de
Estados Unidos por los servicios pres-
tados y por su devoci6n y lealtad.
Bernard P. Alexander, oriundo de
San Pablo, PanamA, naci6 en 1899 y
empez6 a trabajar en el Hospital
Gorgas el 15 de agosto de 1917. Al
moment de jubilarse era Capataz de
Cocineros en dicho establecimiento.
En sus ratos de ocio hacia de masa-
jista, entretenci6n que compare con
la pesca. Alexander recibi6 la Llave
Maestra de las Esclusas.
Ivan D. Hilliard, sirvi6 al Canal
durante 37 afios. Nativo de Wad-
sworth, Ohio, ingres6 a la organiza-
ci6n del Canal en julio de 1927 como
Guardia de Aduanas en la Divisi6n
de Asuntos Civiles. En 1942, siendo
Official de Abordaje, dimiti6 para
ingresar a la Armada como Teniente.
Para 1945, ya era Comandante al
causar baja y volver a la vida civil,
pasando a ocupar su anterior puesto
hasta 1947, cuando fue transferido
a la Oficina de Inteligencia Distrito-
rial del 159 Distrito Naval donde per-
maneci6 hasta 1957. Desde entonces
hasta su jubilaci6n fue Jefe Alterno
de la Oficina de Seguridad Interna
de la Zona del Canal.


El President del Consejo Civico de Santa Cruz, Kenneth

Haughton (derecha) entrega al Gobernador de la Zona del

Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., un cheque para la Biblioteca Con-

memorativa de Kennedy. Louis Small (izquierda) observa el

acto en el cual se entrega la suma colectada en la comunidad

latinoamericana citada arriba para ese efecto.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores___ 1,476
Esclusas de Gatun______ 186
Las Cruces, 5 viajes__ __ 501
Rpina Manuelita, 5 viajes 86
Barcos de pasajeros, 1___ 268
Total_____- 2,517


Despiden a Kamish y

Otros Funcionarios
Se han anunciado los planes para
una despedida combinada para el
Coronel Robert J. Kamish, Director
de Salubridad, saliente, y su sefiora;
y de bienvenida para el Coronel
Roosevelt Cafarelli, nuevo Director
de Salubridad y su sefiora; al Coro-
nel Harry Offutt, nuevo Director del
Hospital Corgas, y sefiora; y al Te-
niente Coronel Otis Bridgeford,
nuevo Superintendente del Hospital
de Coco Solo y su sefiora.
El Coronel Kamish ha aceptado
un cargo con el Colegio Americano
de Cirujanos en Chicago, Illinois, y
partirA hacia los Estados Unidos
poco despu6s de su retire del Ej6r-
cito de los EE. UU. Los Coroneles
Cafarelli y Offutt, y el Teniente Coro-
nel Bridgeford han sido asignados,
recientemente, a la Zona del Canal.
El cocktail-buffet estarA abierto a
los muchos amigos y compafieros de
trabajo de los esposos Kamish, en la
Direcci6n de Salubridad, otras direc-
ciones de la organizaci6n del Canal,
y en PanamA. La fiesta se celebrara
en el Club de Oficiales de Quarry
Heights el sAbado 8 de agosto a las
7 de la noche.
Para reservaciones hay que llamar
a la Sra. Marcia Davidson, Balboa
3616, la Sra. Shirley O'Connor,
Balboa 3206 o al Sr. Robert L.
Thompson, Hospital Gorgas, Balboa
640.

El Brasil ha lanzado, reciente-
mente, el autom6vil Volkswagen, de
fabricaci6n brasilefia, N9 190,000. La
fabricaci6n de esta clase de autom6-
viles se inici6 en 1959. La industrial
automovilistica brasilefia ocupa ahora
el noveno lugar en el mundo.


Semana de Prevencion de Incendios se Inicia el 4 de Octubre Entrante


El descuido en la observancia de
medidas de precauci6n es causa
de muchos incendios, sefial6 el Go-
bernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr., al
rendir tribute a los bombers de la
Zona del Canal por su excelente
historical.
El Gobernador llam6 la atenci6n
de todos los residents hacia la pro-
clamaci6n del Presidente Lyndon B.
Johnson, designando la semana que
se inicia el 4 de octubre de 1964,
como Semana de Prevenci6n de
Incendios.
La proclama presidential es del
tenor siguiente:


"POR CUANTO muchos incendios
que habrian podido ser evitados cau-
saron la perdida de aproximada-
mente 12,000 vidas humans y des-
truyeron propiedad valorada en mAs
de $1 bill6n en 1963; y
POR CUANTO esta deplorable
p6rdida humana y material deman-
dan inmediata acci6n por parte de la
comunidad, para reducir el flagelo a
un minimo irreductible; y
POR CUANTO demasiados incen-
dios son debidos a descuido y apatia
de algunos ciudadanos:
POR LO TANTO, Yo, LYNDON
B. JOHNSON, Presidente de Estados


Unidos de Am6rica, vengo en desig-
nar la semana que se inicia el 4 de
octubre, 1964, como Semana de
Prevenci6n de Incendios.
Insto a los gobiernos estatales y
locales, la Cruz Roja Nacional Ame-
ricana, la CAmara de Comercio de
Estados Unidos, y a organizaciones
del comercio, obrerismo y campesi-
nado, al igual que a las escuelas, enti-
dades civicas y agencia de informa-
ci6n piblica, a observer la Semana
de Prevenci6n de Incendios, a instau-
rar y utilizar medios eficaces para la
diseminaci6n de informaci6n y reco-
mendaciones relatives a prevenci6n


de incendios entire la ciudadania a
trav6s del afio, y a adoptar pronta-
mente otras medidas comunales efi-
caces encaminadas a eliminar las
causes de incendios prevenibles.
Tambien insto a la ciudadania a
comprender y prestar su apoyo per-
sonal a las medidas de prevenci6n y
control de incendios de sus respecti-
vas comunidades.
Las Agencias Federales competen-
tes prestarin todo su apoyo a este
esfuerzo por reducir el intolerable
despilfarro causado por incendios
prevenibles.


EN FE DE LO CUAL, estampo
aqui mi firma y hago estampar tam-
bicn el Sello Oficial de los Estados
Unidos de America.
DADO en la Ciudad de Washing-
ton este sexto dia del mes de julio
del afio de Gracia mil novecientos
sesenta y cuatro y el 189Y de la Inde-
pendencia de Estados Unidos de
Am6rica.
(f.) LYNDON B. JOHNSON
Por el Presidente,
GEORGE W. BALL,
Secretario Interino
de Estado.









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Agosto 7, 1964


Gente en la Noticia


Oris M. Cedefio, estudiante ayudante
panamefia, estA laborando en el De-
partamento de Reclamos de la Con-
traloria durante sus vacaciones esco-
lares. Oris acaba de terminar su se-
gundo afio en la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal en donde estudia
secretariado ejecutivo y proseguira
sus studios en el Grace Ball College
en San Francisco, California. Ella
estA encargada de tender los recla-
mos de casas comerciales sobre mer-
cancia dafiada o perdida en los em-
barques. La Srta. Cedefio naci6 en
PanamA y reside ahora en Anc6n con
sus padres, el Dr. Guillermo Cedefio
y Eligia de Cedefo. El es medico en
la clinic de pacientes externos del
Hospital Gorgas y labor tambien
en el Hospital de Palo Seco. Oris se
gradu6 anteriormente en el Colegio
de Nuestra Sefiora de los Angeles en
David, Chiriqui, en 1962, como perito
mercantile, cuando su padre era Direc-
tor Medico del Hospital Jose Domin-
go de Obaldia en aquella ciudad
chiricana. Le encanta asistir a parti-
dos de beisbol y baloncesto.


Barbara Janowitz es una estudiante
ayudante panamefia que durante las
actuales vacaciones escolares estA
trabajando en la Oficina de Vivien-
das del Canal de PanamA como ofi-
cinista. Se gradu6 en la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Balboa este aiio e ingre-
sarA en el Wellesley College en
Wellesley, Massachusetts, para estu-
diar artes liberals. La Srta. Janowitz
reside en Las Cumbres con sus pa-
dres, Hans y Marie Janowitz. El es
el famoso director musical en Pana-
ma, que ejerce el profesorado de
misica en el Conservatorio Nacional
de Panama. BArbara toca muy bien
el piano, pues lo aprendi6 de su
padre, y ademAs, le gusta nadar, leer
y coser. Consider que su actual tra-
bajo le esta ayudando much a adqui-
rir experiencia pues estA aprendiendo
much en el primer empleo que ha
tenido en su vida.


Lucho Azcarraga y su Conjunto



Hacen Gira por Estados Unidos


El famoso organist panamefio, Lucho Azcarraga, lleg6 a
Longview, Tejas, con su Conjunto para una actuaci6n corta en
esa localidad antes de seguir viaje a la Feria Mundial de Nueva
York donde tiene un compromise para presentarse en el pabell6n
de Estados Unidos.


HallAndose en Longview visitando
a sus hermanas, Lucho toc6 con su
Conjunto en un baile del Club Elks
a beneficio del Hospital de Nifios Li-
siados de la ciudad de GonzAlez.
Lucho mismo padeci6 de poliomieli-
tis a la tierna edad de 5 meses y sim-
patiza por ello, particularmente, con
la nifiez desvalida. La fama de AzcA-
rraga lo ha llevado hasta tocar para
grandes personalidades universales,
como la Reina Isabel II de Inglaterra
y el Principe Felipe y para todos los
Presidentes de Amkrica durante la
Reunion de Presidentes celebrada en
Panama.
Lucho es tenido en alto aprecio
tanto por el element military estado-


unidense acantonado en el Istmo,
como por el personal civil que acude
al hotel El Panama Hilton a escu-
charlo, asi como a las bases militares
donde toca frecuentemente.
Acompafiado por su Conjunto,
Lucho realize viajes casi anuales a
Estados Unidos tocando en el Fuerte
Bragg, Carolina del Norte y otras
bases militares.
Antes de regresar a Panama, des-
puts de su compromise en la Feria
Mundial de Nueva York, Lucho visi-
tarl varias ciudades de Estados Uni-
dos en una extensa gira musical e ira
de nuevo a Nueva York para cumplir
otro compromise alli.


Regres6 el Dr. Clark

Despues de una ausencia de un
aijo que pas6 en la Escuela de
Medicine de la Universidad de
Baylor, en Houston, Tejas, regres6
al Istmo, para asumir sus funciones
como Jefe de la Divisi6n de Medi-
cina Preventiva y Cuarentena, el
Dr. Sidney B. Clark.
Como resident en psiquiatria el
Dr. Clark fue responsible por los
diagn6sticos y tratamiento de pa-
cientes mentales en el Hospital de
la Administraci6n de Veteranos en
Houston y en el Hospital del
Condado y Ciudad en Ben-Taub.



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


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00-Cine en su casa
3:30-Teleteatro
4:30- Fiesta de Estrellitas
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Teatro Dominical
6:00-Estampida
7:00-Intriga en Hawai
8:00-El Especticulo Mals Grande
del Mundo
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30-Teleteatro


LUNES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Roy Rogers
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Niio del Circo
7:30- Mister Ed
8:00- El Detective Millonario
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00- Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


MARTES

1 l:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Roy Rogers
12:45- Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Show de Donna Reed
7:30-Fuego de Juventud
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-La Marina de McHale
9:30-El Abogado Audaz
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


MIERCOLES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Roy Rogers
12:45-- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportaies Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00- Los Detectives
9:00- Los Trabajadores
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


JUEVES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Roy Rogers
12:45- Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportaies Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Rebelde
7:30- Show Internacional
8:30-Arresto y Juicio
10:00-Noticias
10:15- Teleteatro


VIERNES

11 :30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Roy Rogers
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Los Angeles Azules
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00- Combate
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00- Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

SABADO

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Roy Rogers
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Programa Femenino
1:30- Tardes Filmicas
3:00-Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Capitin Marte y XL-5
7:30-Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Rumbo a lo Desconocido
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres C6lebres
10:45- Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30- Cita Informal
12:00--Repriss: Novela Semanal
2:00-Repriss: Novela Juvenil
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30-Desde el Hip6dromo
5:30-La Comedia Silente
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Espionaie
9:00-Ruta 66
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55--Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
8:00--Kraft Musical
8:30- Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Intocables
10:30-Teatro Franc6s
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MARTES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Cero Uno
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55- Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El 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-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 Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30- vanhoe
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-Serie de Aventuras
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-Destino
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
VIERNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Los Perseguidores
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Furia
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Show de Van Dyke
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-El Santo
10:30-Boxeo
11:30-El Mundo al Vuelo
SABADO
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Rev61ver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-De Interes Para Usted
1:30-Documentales
2:00-Repriss: Novela de las 5
4:00- Documental
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-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Perry Mason
9:00-Las Enfermeras
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15- Pelicula


En Su Pantalla


Viernes 7 -__



Saibado 8 ---
Domingo 9 y
Lunes 10_--_-
Martes 11

Midrcoles 12

Jueves 13

Viernes 14


PARAISO
The Wastrel

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Operation Pacific
Gidget Goes To Rome
Spartacus

Siege Of The Sa\ons and
The Mob
Pilotos De La Muerte and
Man In The Saddle
Mister Corey and
The Fat Man
Cry Of Battle

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Blood Of The Vampire


SANTA CRUZ
My Man Godfrey and
Joe Dakota


Pepe
A New Kind Of Love

Pilotos De La Muerte and
Man In The Saddle
The Mob
Siege Of The Saxons
Cry Of Battle

Mister Corey and
The Fat Man


RAINBOW CITY
Virgin Island

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Dial "M" For Murder
Gunfight At Comanche Creek
The Singer, Not The Song

Romulo and Remo

He Rides Tall and
Six Bridges To Cross
Ocean's 11

The Wastrel


Owl Show 10 p.m.
Operation Pacific


Pagina 2


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
AGOSTO
7-Oklahoma! Estreno de Gala a beneficio del Fondo Unido de la
Zona del Canal. $3.50 la butaca reservada. Lugar: Auditorio
de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa. Hora: 8 de la noche.
8-Oklahoma! Pieza musical de enorme 6xito de taquilla en Estados
Unidos. Butaca: $2. Tren Especial saldrA del Atlantico para
traer al p6blico a tiempo para la funci6n que empieza a las
8 de la noche en el Auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa.
9-15-Continuarin las presentaciones de la pieza musical Oklahoma!
en el Auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa a las 8 de
la noche. Butaca: $2.
10-14-Semana Cultural "Octavio M6ndez Pereira" en la Universidad
de PanamA. Presentaciones teatrales, folkl6ricas, conciertos
y recitales.
15-Actos conmemorativos de la apertura del Canal al trAfico inter-
nacional. Primer Cincuentenario del Canal.
16-Fiestas Patronales de San Roque en Las Minas, OlI, y Tonosi.
25-Fiestas de San Luis en Ponuga.
30-Fiestas de Santa Rosa de Lima en Capira, Oc6, y San Carlos.


/- '"~~`7qV









Agosto 7, 1964


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


NADA HAY COMO UNA CASA FLOTANTE

PARA FINES DE SEMANA Y DIVERSION


L r .. .C. .2 .


.* **P".I: L^*1~C". *^ --*l**'*^ *^'^*-y^ ^'^J^^a.
A. oi-


El Ski-Lark, una casa flotante de 30 por 40 pies que puede acomodar 20 personas fue disefiado
y construido por ocho empleados del Canal y sus families. EstA anclado en el Lago Gatun.


dQue tal una casa flotante? Ademirs
de dar albergue podria ser hasta di-
vertido morar en una. Algo asi como
la iamada Ski-Lark, de 30 x 40 pies
y dos cubiertas.
Fue disefiada y construida por 8
empleados del Canal y sus parientes
en etapas que se prolongaron por
2 afios. La utilizan para el esqui
acuitico, la nataci6n y como lugar de
pasar dias agradables al aire libre.
Iniciada en agosto de 1962, fue
flotada en junio de este afio. Se tra-
baj6 en su construcci6n durante un
afio y 11 meses por la noche, los
sAbados, domingos y feriados.
Tiene todas las comodidades indis-
pensables: cocina, camarotes para
20 personas, bafios, azotea para aso-
learse, plant elkctrica, refrigeradora
y estufa.
Los ocho constructores de naves


combinaron sus fuerzas fisicas y fi-
nancieras para edificar la casa flotan-
te en el Muelle 1 de Coco Solo. En
comformidad con reglamentos de
seguridad maritima, tuvieron que
obtener un permiso especial de la
Direcci6n de Marina para construir
su nave.
Originalmente se pens6 y fue en
hacer una barcaza solamente. Pero
cuando se decidi6 irle agregando
ciertas facilidades convenientes, la
cosa se modific6 . y complic6.
Al punto que al terminarse la cons-
trucci6n hubo que emplearse una
grua para bajarla al agua y tuvo que
ser remolcada por el Alhajuela para
cruzar las esclusas de Gatin el 27
de junior y ser anclada entire la isla
Navy y la orilla occidental del Canal
en el lago Gatan.
Sus armadores manifiestan que el


22 EMPLEADOS DESALOJADOS



POR ABUSAR DE PRIVILEGIO


Veintid6s empleados fueron desalo-
jados de residencias de la Zona del
Canal durante el pasado alio por estar
envueltos ellos o sus familiares en vio-
laciones de las reglamentaciones que
regulan los privilegios de compra en
el Canal de PanamA, de acuerdo con
el informed annual del Secretario
Ejecutivo.
Estos empleados y sus families
perdieron automAticamente sus pri-
vilegios de compra en la Zona del
Canal cuando dejaron de residir en
la Zona del Canal.
La oficina del Secretario Ejecutivo
revisa todos los informes sobre el mal
uso del privilegio de compra. Se
toman medidas disciplinarias estric-


tas de acuerdo con las circunstancias
envueltas.
Otras medidas tomadas en casos de
violaci6n de privilegio de compra
durante el anio incluyeron el despido
del servicio de un empleado. Cinco
empleados fueron suspendidos del
trabajo sin pago, y setenta y nueve
reprendidos y advertidos. Ademas,
se cancelaron privilegios de compra
a 8 empleados, a 13 dependientes de
empleados se les prohibit entrar a los
almacenes o centros de servicios co-
munales, y 43 informes de violacio-
nes fueron remitidas a otras agencies
para que se tomaran las medidas
apropiadas contra el empleado.


Ski-Lark es la perfect soluci6n para
los fines de semana. Alegan que tanto
el tiempo cuanto el dinero empleado
en su construcci6n son una magnifica
inversion.
La "tripulaci6n" del Ski-Lark la
comprenden: CapitAn John Urey, de
la Division Industrial; Ingeniero Jefe,
Fred Huldtquist, Capitania del Puer-
to, Crist6bal; Primer Oficial, Herb
Peterson, Divisi6n Industrial; Primer
Ingeniero, Bud Huldtquist, Capitania
del Puerto de Crist6bal; Director de
Mantenimiento, Vince Ridge de la
Division Industrial; "chef" Doug
Smith, Divisi6n de las Esclusas; Di-
rector de diversiones, Ralph Dugas,
Division de Mantenimiento y Jefe de
Relaciones Piblicas, Dennis Gilbert,
Division Industrial.

DEMOSTRACION
DE SALVAMENTO
OFRECEN EL 12
Si ousted es dueio de un bote tle
alto bordo o funcionario de segu-
ridad no puede perderse esta de-
mostraciin ya que en ello podria
irle la vida.
La Oficina de Seguridad auspi-
ciard una denmostracidn de salva-
mento de mar-aire el midrcoles,
12 de agosto a las 9:30 de la ma-
fana. La demostraci6n se llevard
a cabo en el edificio nimero 10,
Area Industrial de Balboa, y es-
tard a cargo del Sargento James
Llewellyn, de la Fuerza Aerea del
Comnando Sur.
Esa demostraciin se hard prin-
cipalmente para provecho de los
funcionarios de seguridad, inspec-
tores, representantes y otros huds-
pedes de la Zona del Canal.
El sargento dernostrard el equi-
po empleado en salvamento de
aire a mar, incluyendo balsas sal-
vavidas, sefiales luminosas y apa-
rejos para la supervivencia, asi
como otros articulos lanzados des-
de un avi6n a sobrevivientes de
desastres maritimos.


TIEMPO NO ES HABLADURIAS

PARA EL HIDROGRAFO JEFE


Para muchos de nosotros el tiempo
es un tOpico de poca conversaci6n,
pero no para Theodore C. Henter, re-
cientemente nombrado Jefe Hidr6-
grafo del Canal de Panamai, cargo en
el cual reemplaza a W. H. Esslinger,
quien se jubilo despubs de mAs de
44 ailos de servicio con la organiza-
ci6n del Canal.
El expert ineteorologista Henter
tiene una experiencia de 34 afios en
las condiciones atmosf6ricas tales
como temperatures, velocidades del
viento, luz del sol y lluvia, todos estos
factors importantes en la operaci6n
del Canal de PanamA.
Henter naci6 en Corgona en 1910.
Su padre vino al Istmo en 1904 y
fue uno de los constructors del
Canal. Ted se gradu6 en la Escuela
Secundaria de Crist6bal. En 1926,
mientras era estudiante, trabaj6 en la
Division de Faros en Cat6n, cono-
cida ahora como el Ramo de Sefiales
para la Navegaci6n Maritima de la,
Division de Dragas. Para llenar el
tiempo despu6s de las horas de tra-
bajo, tom6 cursos de extension y mas
tarde asisti6 a la Universidad de
Colorado, en Boulder, Colorado.


En 1930 se convirti6 en Estudiante
Registrador y poco despues en Obser-
vador Meteorol6gico.
Como Jefe Hidr6grafo, Henter es
responsible en la recomendaci6n de
controls de nivel de los Lagos
Madden y Catin al Director de In-
genieria y Construcci6n. Es respon-
sable por el anAlisis del uso, abaste-
cimiento de agua, los factors mas
necesarios en las operaciones del
Canal. Tambien tiene a su cargo el
Observatorio Sismol6gico en Balboa
Heights, un eslab6n important en
la cadena mundial de estaciones
sismol6gicas.
Cuando no esta en sus asuntos del
tiempo, a Hunter le gusta ir por la
selva a explorer los viejos caminos
espafioles en el Istmo. Ha cruzado
la Cordillera Continental por lo me-
nos en cinco diferentes lugares, del
Pacifico al Atlantico, en busca de
caminos espafioles. El y su hijo Theo-
dore, Jr., de 13 afios, tambikn explo-
ran viejas cuevas, y han encontrado
various entierros indios. Los mejores
especimenes los ha donado al Museo
de PanamA.


Seguro de Hospitalizacion en Grupo

Ofrece Unos Beneficios Adicionales
Beneficios adicionales han sido anunciados bajo el Plan
Ben6fico para la Zona del Canal (Seguro de Hospitalizaci6n).
Esos beneficios alcanzarAn tanto a los ciudadanos estadouni-
denses cuanto a los demrs empleados inscritos en el citado
Plan. En conformidad con el anuncio hecho por la Junta del
Seguro en Grupo, los beneficios en menci6n tienen efecto
retroactive al 10 de mayo de 1964.
Los beneficios citados son:
1. Las complicaciones del embarazo, cuando exijan interven-
ci6n quir6rgica, quedan incluidas bajo los Beneficios
BAsicos y Mayores en vez de los beneficios limitados de
maternidad.
2. El plan reconocerA un mAximo de $300 para tratamiento
medico, servicios y abastos en una clinic medica licen-
ciada, fuera de la Zona del Canal, si esa clinic ha sido
recomendada por m6dico del personal de un hospital de
la Zona del Canal.
3. Tratamiento psiquiAtrico para pacientes externos en la
Zona del Canal.
El 19 de noviembre se harAn efectivos otros aumentos en
los beneficios, los que serAn anunciados oportunamente. La
Junta del Seguro en Grupo anuncia tambi6n la expedici6n de
nuevo folleto informative.



ESTUDIANTES ANDARINES


DE ARIZONA AL AMAZONAS
Dos j6venes universitarios de Ari- mienta), se detenia y recogia various,
zona, Frank "Pancho" Peterson y Kit se montaba nuevamente en el auto-
Schweitzer, se encuentran en la Zona m6vil y guiaba hasta encontrar una
del Canal, en su viaje desde Arizona franja de tierra limpia donde no
hasta el Amazonas. crecen esas plants. Regaba la pi-
Pancho, de 18 afios, y Kit, de 21, mienta, con la esperanza de que cre-
partieron de Arizona el 27 de junior cieran esas plants. Muy pronto estu-
con miras a llegar al Amazonas. Su vieron Pancho y Kit ayudAndolo en
viaje hasta Panama les tom6 casi un este proyecto que habia comenzado
mes, recorriendo el camino de "pa- 16 afnos antes, porque, segin explic6
vos" en los vehiculos que les daban Pancho, era cuanto Salom6n podia
la oportunidad. hacer por su pais. Antes de despe-
Al salir llevaban $700 y dos bultos dirse, los muchachos lo bautizaron
cn la espalda, los cuales contenian como Salom6n Pirui.
camaras, peliculas, ropa, anzuelos, Kit y Pancho han viajado en toda
hamacas, capotes, y una libreta. Los clase de vehiculos, autos grandes y
bultos pesaban juntos cerca de 90 pequeinos, tractores, etc. y dormian
libras. a veces tanto en colchones como en
Al Ilegar a Balboa se alojaron en chatarra. Trataron de escalar el
el Y.M.C.A. Luego viajaron a Col6n, VolciAn Irazu en San Jos6, Costa Rica,
donde colgaron sus hamacas entire pcro finalmente desistieron, y ayuda-
dos palmeras, mientras buscaban un ron a algunos viajeros donde podian,
bote en el cual continuar su viaje como por ejemplo una vez a resca-
hacia el sur. No tuvieron suerte y tar un cami6n de su precaria posici6n
decidieron regresar a Balboa, donde al borde de un puente. En Mexico se
un resident de la Zona del Canal alojaron en casa de unos amigos, jus-
los aloj6. tamente cuando se registry el terre-
Pancho habla espafiol, pues su moto que todos conocen por medio
padre residi6 en Medellin, Colombia; de las noticias.
dice cue el viaje lo hacen solamente Kit y Pancho planean salir de Pa-
por aventura y relate sobre Salom6n tan pronto como encuentren
Pir6, a instancias de Kit. namk tan pronto como encuentren un
Mientras viajaban a trav6s de bote que los lleve a Buenaventura,
M6xico, un chaparrito mexicano muy Colombia, de done seguirin su
sentimental, les ofreci6 Ilevarlos. jornada hasta el Amazonas y viajar
Durante el viaje notaron que habia 2,500 millas a trav6s de selva virgen.
algo raro en el hombrecito. Cada vez Los planes que tienen despu6s de
que se acercaban a un arbol de Piri Ilegar dependent de su espiritu y
planta mexicana del tipo de la pi- fondos.


Pagina 3








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Agosto 7, 1964


LAHORA LE TOCARA A ELORDE HUIR?
Despu6s de su holgado triunfo sobre el argentino caso de un p6gil que escala-peldafio a peldafio-esa pero con ello hacen poco m6rito de los muchos afios
Vicente Derado-cuarto junior ligero en el escalaf6n posici6n de primer retador al cetro mundial en tres de experiencia que tiene el filipino en el cuadrilAtero.
mundial-es muy probable que el trompadachin categories distintas. En cuanto al exilado cubano, la corona pluma ya
panamefio, Ismael Laguna, decide invadir la catego- En las dos inferiores-gallo y pluma-ya se dio el tambalea en sus sienes. Decimos esto por la tremenda
ria ya citada en busca de nuevos lauros. incredible espectAculo de los titulares eludiendo el paliza que le propin6 el ghan6s Floyd Robertson y
Desencantado por la forma como los campeones encuentro que cumpliales aceptar para poder consi- como resultado de la cual qued6 tan magullado que
(sic) gallo primero y pluma despu6s, utilizaron todos derarse realmente reyes en su categoria. Pero ni Eder ha tenido que dedicar unos meses a la convalescen-
los recursos para evadir enfrentArsele, Laguna que Jofre ni Ultiminio Ramos tuvieron la integridad y cia. Derado tambi6n le peg6 a su gusto y si Laguna
ya ha sido primer retador en esas categories, buscara vergiienza professional necesarias para dirimir clara- se hubiese encerrado con 61 dentro de las cuatro cuer-
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tambi6n ser el subcampe6n junior ligero en la espe-
ranza de que Flash Elorde no se le vuelva un relAm-
pago, huy6ndole al estilo del brasilefio Eder Jofre y
del elusive Ultiminio Ramos.
En caso de lograr Laguna colocarse en la antesala
del trono de los junior ligeros, se produciria el ins6lito


mente la situation y probar si en etecto eran el mejor
en sus respectivos pesos.
Seria premature aventurar criterio alguno sobre
el resultado de un possible encuentro Elorde-Laguna.
Los admiradores del colonense-que son centenares
de millares-dan por descontado el triunfo de su idolo


das, le nabDra sometic oU a un melt cLUIIo y Uialicau.
castigo.
Lo que el psiblico se pregunta ahora es: se apode-
rarA tambi6n el pavor del corajudo coraz6n del filipino
como aconteci6 con el brasilefio Jofre y el cubano
Ramos a la sola menci6n del nombre de Laguna?


Empleados que se jubilaron en el
mes de julio, con el titulo de sus posi-
ciones al jubilarse y el tiempo de
de servicio con el Canal de PanamA:
Sydney S. Albritton, Inspector de
Ascensores y Gr6as, Divisi6n In-
dustrial (sector Pacifico); 28 afios,
8 meses, 3 dias.
Bernard P. Alexander, Capataz Coci-
nero, Hospital Gorgas; 46 afios, 10
meses, 20 dias.
Laurie G. Ashby, Reparador de Equi-
po Automotriz, Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor (sector AtlAntico); 36
afios, 10 meses, 21 dias.
Lucille I. Bell, Cocinera, Divisi6n de
Abastos (sector Pacifico); 23 afios,
aios, 1 mes, 7 dias.
Edward M. Browder, Jr., Subdirector
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Ofi-
cina del Director (sector Pacifico);
34 afios, 5 meses, 28 dias.
Ruben Dew, Piloto, Draga de Cucha-
r6n, Divisi6n de Dragas (sector
Pacifico); 16 afios, 11 meses, 15
dias.
Raymond Dixon, Operario de Loco-
motora de Remolque, Divisi6n de
Esclusas (sector Pacifico); 12 afios,
2 meses.
Luis Fierro, Auxiliar de Topografia,
Division de Ingenieria (sector Paci-
fico); 34 afios, 5 meses, 26 dias.
John Greening, Capataz General,
Operaci6n de las Esclusas (sector


AtlAntico); 34 afios, 1 mes, 7 dias.
Edward G. Haydel, Jr., Electricista,
Division de Electricidad (sector
Pacifico); 23 afios, 10 meses, 17
dias.
IvAn D. Hilliard, Funcionario de Se-
guridad, Oficina de Seguridad In-
tema (sector Pacifico); 37 afios, 9
dias.
Edward J. Hustead, Jefe de Guardias,
Division de Esclusas (sector Paci-
fico); 33 afios, 6 meses, 19 dias.
Luis JAcome, Marinero, Divisi6n de
Dragas (sector Pacifico); 18 afios,
19 dias.
Agnes P. Johnson, Maestra de Escue-
la Secundaria, Escuelas Estadouni-
denses, Divisi6n de Escuelas (sec-
tor Pacifico); 19 afios, 3 meses, 24
dias.
Herbert C. Kelly, Capataz Electricis-
ta, Divisi6n de Electricidad (sector
Pacifico); 25 afios, 10 meses, 22
dias.
Joseph M. McGovern, Empalmador
de Cables, Divisi6n de Electrici-
dad (sector AtlIntico); 19 afios, 11
meses, 10 dias.
Paul W. Mohl, Operario de Draga de
Cuchar6n, Divisi6n de Dragas (sec-
tor Pacifico); 29 afios, 3 meses, 18
dias.
Atilano Pitt L., Pintor, Divisi6n de
Dragas (sector Pacifico); 27 afios,
1 mes, 25 dias.


MARY UVINGSTON PESCO TRES

PEZ VELA EN BAHIA DE PINAS


Mary Livingston, una t6cnica de
contabilidad, fue quien tuvo mas
suerte entire seis mujeres que parti-
ciparon en el Torneo Internacional
de Pesca de Merlin y Pez Vela el
19 de julio.
La Sra. Livingston y un grupo
en el que estaban Hugh Cassibry,
Chita Cassibry, Bertha Fresnley,
Thora Mahoney, Lois Harrison, Au-
dra Dougan y John Dougan, salieron
a pescar por los alrededores de Isla
Galera, donde ella pesc6 su primer
pez vela a las 10:55 de la mafiana.
Para el mediodia ya tenia ella tres,
el mAs grande los cuales pes6 105
libras en las balanzas de Bahia de
Pifias.
Era la primera vez que la sefiora
Livingston veia un pez vela y piensa
que tuvo la suerte de estar en el
lugar adecuado en el tiempo apro-


piado. Pero ella no fue la mnica pes-
cadora con suerte a bordo de la
lancha Anayansi. Antes de terminar
el dia, Chita Cassibry, de la Contra-
loria, pesc6 otro pez vela, y la Sra.
Lois Harrison sac6 un bojala de
38 libras.
Sin embargo, John Dougan, de
Margarita, uno de los dos hombres
a bordo, no queria ser superado por
el "sexo ddbil" y tambi6n pesc6 un
pez vela. La anotaci6n al final del
dia fue: Damas 5, Caballeros 1.
A bordo de la Corbina no hubo
much pesca ese dia, pero el grupo
de seis hombres integrado por Bill
Goldfein, Leslie Wood, Neil Doherty,
Joseph Vandergrift, William Hele e
Irl Sanders, sac6 seis pez velas antes
de que finalizara el dia. Dos de ellos,
Wood y Vandergrift sacaron al mismo
tiempo un pez vela de 125 libras.


James H. Rheney, Primer Capataz,
Taller de Reparaci6n, Divisi6n de
Transporte a Motor (sector AtlAn-
tico); 36 afios, 6 meses, 9 dias.
Luis Romero, Carpintero, Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento (sector Atlan-
tico); 34 afios, 9 meses, 29 dias.
David C. Ryan, Primer Capataz Re-
parador de Central Telef6nica,
Division de Electricidad (sector
Pacifico); 39 afios, 3 meses, 14
dias.
Maxwell T. Smith, Especialista en
TVcnicas de Personal y Relaciones
Empleado-Patronal, Ramo de Em-
pleo y Utilizaci6n de Empleados
(sector Pacifico); 25 afios, 7 dias.
Beryl H. Williams, Vendedora, Jefe
de Secci6n, Divisi6n de Abastos
(sector Pacifico); 35 afios, 7 meses,
3 dias.


Sale Mafiana el
Dr. Rees
Mafiana sAbado abandonarf el
Istmo despu6s de una permanen-
cia de 2 semanas, estimando la
eficacia de las medidas para el
control de los insects en la Zona
del Canal, el eminente entomo-
logo y president de la Facultad
de Ciencias Biol6gicas de la Uni-
versidad de Utah, Dr. Don Rees.
Acompafiado del Mayor Wal-
lace Murdoch, entom6logo de la
Direcci6n de Salubridad Ambien-
tal del Ej6rcito de Estados Uni-
dos acantonado en Corozal, y de
J. P. MacLaren, Jefe de la Divi-
si6n de Sanidad de la Zona del
Canal, el Dr. Rees inspeccion6 las
actividades que aqui se desarro-
llan para control de los insects.
El famoso entom6logo visitante
vino a asesorar a las autoridades
locales competentes en lo relative
a t6cnicas y m6todos de combatir
dolencias diseminadas o causadas
por los insects en la Zona del
Canal.


Eliminatorias de

Olimpiadas Junior 1
Las eliminatorias de las Olimpia-
das Junior dc nataci6n seran celebra-
das en el litoral del Pacifico en la pis-
cina de Balboa el viernes entrante,
14 de agosto.
La competencia consistirA en 68
events auspiciados por la Divisi6n
de Escuclas de la Zona del Canal y
aprobados por la Divisi6n Metropo-
litana de la Uni6n Atl6tica de
Aficionados (AAU).
Las competencias estAn abiertas a
todas las escuelas en la Zona del
Canal y en ellas pueden participar
alumnos hasta de 17 afios de edad.
Los participants deben de ser
miembros de la Uni6n Atletica de
Aficionados (AAU). Las solicitudes
de ingreso pueden obtenerse, junto
con las de registro para competir, en
las piscinas de Balboa, Gamboa, o
Paraiso.
Los solicitudes deben de remitirse,
junto con 75 centavos, para la ins-
cripci6n, a Edward Blount, Box 295,
Gatirn, Zona del Canal, antes del 7
de agosto.
Las inscripciones para competir.
deben de hacerse antes de las 5 de
la tarde del 10 de agosto.


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Este es el onceno del primer ciclo de la Escuela de Santa Cruz, que con-
quist6 el campeonato intercolegial de futbol de las Escuelas Latinoameri-
canas, al veneer el viernes 24 de julio a Paraiso con anotaci6n de 1 gol a 0.
Al extreme derecho estA el professor de educaci6n fisica Julio C6sar Sinclair.



El Recio Pegador Carlos Rios el


Domingo Frente a A. Amaya

Dos fuertes pegadores de la categoria del peso pluma se medirAn el
domingo en el Gimnasio Nacional de PanamA en un combat pactado
a 10 asaltos.
Son ellos el chiricano Carlos Rios y el colonense Antonio Amaya,
este iltimo invicto en su corta pero brillante carrera professional. Rios,
por su parte, ha ganado casi todas sus peleas por la via rApida, por lo
que se consider que el encuentro del domingo no llegarA al limited
estipulado.
Rios es el mAs fuerte pegador de los dos, pero Amaya domina mAs
el boxeo que su rival chiricano, por lo que puede superarlo en ese
aspect. Sin embargo, tendrA que cuidarse de las trompadas de Rios,
que cuando conecta, tumba, aunque 61, a su vez, tiene una quijada
bastante frAgil y algunos rivals lo han derribado pegAndole en ese sitio.
En semifinal de seis asaltos se medirAn Benito Urrutia y Pedro Borb6a,
en 122 libras, en tanto que en los preliminares de cuatro vueltas cho-
carAn Arnold Prescodd y Roberto Javier en 112 libras, y Humberto
Lewis contra Gilberto Cuesta en 126. Cuesta venci6 el domingo illtimo
a Radl Flores por decision dividida en el Estadio Olimpico en cuatro
asaltos.


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