Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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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: September 18, 1964
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00476
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 Gift of the Panama Canal Museum
THE PANAMA CANAL







Vol. III, No. 13 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, September 18, 1964


L Ship Captains Respond



0o To Questionnaire on

SPanama Canal Service


"After 40 years at sea, I still consider the Pan-
ama Canal the most efficient maritime service
in the world," said the master of the City of
Philadelphia, a British cargo vessel which was
one of the Canal's 1,002 commercial customers
last month.
The comment was among hundreds received
by the Chief of the Navigation Division in re-
sponse to a questionnaire by the Panama Canal
to ship captains transiting the Canal during Aug-
ust. They were asked for suggestions for im-
provement of service.
The answers now being received do not all
sing peans of praise for the operators of the
world's most famous waterway. There are com-
plaints as well as bouquets from the salty sea-
farers who, in all cases but one, answered ques-
tions regarding Canal facilities.
Adverse comments concerned communica-
tion problems, need for improvements in harbor
lights, anchorage facilities on the Atlantic side,
and delays in transit caused by heavy traffic.
There were some remarks about occasional
short tempers on the part of the ship's crew
and the Panama Canal personnel when contact
was made at the end of a long hard day.
This was not taken seriously and "usually
disappears after a good meal," said one French
sea captain who had his countrymen's philoso-
phical approach to problems caused by differ-
ences in language, politics, and customs.
The questionnaire covered such subjects as
navigational aids, communications, boarding fa-


cilities, suggestions for improved bunkering and
cargo handling, and general transit conditions.
Of the 1,000 or more questionnaires issued
during the month several hundred have been
returned so far. Others are received daily.
Some of the ship masters complained about
the amount of paper work necessary. Others
said that a master's life would be a lot simpler
if other ports were half as efficient.
One master complained that the pilot failed
to listen when he tried to explain his ship's
handling peculiarities and that he had had his
ship's side dented at the locks. Another said
that pilots were courteous, good humored at all
times, and a pleasure to have on board.
One suggested that the Panama Canal
"mules" be painted an international orange or
some bright color so that they would not blend
with the background and make it difficult to
tell if they were moving up to the vessel. An-
other suggested changes in scheduling with bet-
ter advance notice to the ship's master.
The most pleased Panama Canal customer
said that he would give first prize to the Pan-
ama Canal and that transits were always speedy
and efficient. He was impressed by the lack of
"rigamarole" and the smooth handling of ships.
All in all, he said, the Panama Canal was a
dream come true.
The most down-to-earth suggestion was made
by the ship captain who summed the whole
problem. "I believe," he said, "that the transit
from ocean to ocean would be faster if the Canal
could be developed at sea level."


Approach, Exit Ramps


Are Slated for Bridge


Secondary approach and exit
ramps, connecting Amador Road
with the Thatcher Ferry Bridge, will
be built by contract during the next
few months at an approximate cost
of $100,000. Bids for the work are
now being solicited and are schedul-
ed to be opened September 30 at
Balboa Heights.
The project will include the wid-
ening of a section of Amador Road,
relocation of water mains, demolition
of a cottage on Amador Road filling
of a part of the tidal flat of Panama
Bay, construction of guardrails, fenc-
ing and street lighting.
When the work is completed, traf-


fic will be able to enter the Thatcher
Ferry Bridge approach from a north-
ern ramp leading from Amador Road
and continue across bridge to the
west bank. Eastbound traffic com-
ing across the bridge may leave the
bridge approach at this point and
join Amador Road through the exit
or southern ramp.
In order to make room for the
southern or exit ramp, it will be
necessary to demolish a house on
Amador Road. The northern ap-
proach ramp will be located between
two houses on this road. The con-
tractor will have 7 months to com-
plete the work.


This is an expression, as most of the
world knows by now, is reserved for
a curious foursome named The Beat-
les. And this fan is one of many
who whooped and oooohed at the
Balboa Theater, where a film on
The Beatles was shown last Saturday.


SEnrollment Hits 8,837

In All U.S. Schools


Enrollment in the U.S. schools
in the Canal Zone reached a total
of 8,837 boys and girls between
the grades of kindergarten through
12th grade in senior high school,
according to figures released by the
Division of Schools Monday. Class-
es started Thursday, September 10.
An additional 474 had enrolled as
full-time students in the Canal Zone
College and 407 others were en-
rolled in classes on a part-time basis.
The new Fort Davis Elementary
School, which opened this fall, re-
ported an enrollment of 306 pupils
from kindergarten through grade 6.
Further enrollments are expected
within the next few weeks if the
pattern set in previous schools years
is followed. The Division of Schools


expects that from 250 to 300 more
students will arrive for registration
by the end of the month.
Usually, the peak enrollment is
reached by February.
On the Pacific side 6,693 students
were enrolled in all schools with a
majority of 3,320 in grades from 1
through 6. High schools grades
from 9 through 12 reported 1,795
students; junior high school 896 and
kindergarten 611.
Schools on the Atlantic side have
1,191 pupils in the elementary
grades, 256 in junior high school
and 474 in senior high school. There
are 205 others in kindergarten.
Special education classes account
for 71 students on the Pacific side
and 18 on the Atlantic side.


TEMPERATURES: 93 WAS THE HIGH, 69 THE LOW


AUGUST COULD


Anyone who thought there was an
unusual amount of rainfall on the
Isthmus in August was all wet. The
rain just appeared to be heavier
along the coasts, says the Panama
Canal Chief Hydrographer in his
monthly report. The August rain-
fall averaged close to normal, the
air temperature was 0.2 degree be-


low normal and the humidity was
only 0.8 percent above normal.
To go back to the Chief Hydro-
grapher's report, Gatun registered
almost precisely one-half the rainfall
recorded at Cristobal. Rainfall at
Gamboa, Madden Dam and Empire
were subnormal, while Balboa and
Cristobal were showered with more
than their normal amounts for Aug-


HAVE BEEN WETTER


ust. The overall average for nine
stations was 11.45 inches, 0.13 inch
below normal, and ranged from a
low of 7.39 inches at Empire to a
high of 18.80 inches at Cristobal.
The highest temperature of 93 de-
grees was recorded at Gatun on Aug-
ust 29 and the lowest, 69 degrees,
at Madden Dam on August 27. The
average air temperature of 79.9 de-


agrees was 0.2 degree below normal
and the relative humidity of 87.3
percent was 0.8 percent above nor-
mal.
The total runoff from Gatun Lake
Basin was 543,226 acre-feet, 6 per-
cent above normal. The 203,282
acre-feet runoff from the area above
Madden Dam was only 1 percent
above normal and constituted 37


percent of the runoff from the entire
basin.
Fourteen seismic disturbances
were recorded on the Balboa Heights
seismographs during August. Of
these, only two were determined to
be within 300 miles of the Meteor-
logical and Hydrographic Branch
station. None were of sufficient in-
tensity to be felt locally.










By Famed Ex-Coach Henry J. Grieser




PANCANAL 50th ANNIVERSARY EVENT


GIVEN


SPECIAL


AIRIN


'IN


ERIN


Cork Newspapers Note

Isthmian Celebration

The 50th anniversary of the formal opening of the Panama
Canal was celebrated in Ireland, at the Crosshaven, County Cork
home of Henry J. Grieser who had had a day declared in his
honor when he retired from Panama Canal service in 1949.


In a letter to Canal Zone Governor
Fleming, Mr. Grieser acknowledges
receipt of the Panama Canal 50th
Anniversary book and says it will
"always bring back memories of the
happy times to Mrs. Grieser and my-
self during our association with the
people of the Canal Zone."
He says the Panama Canal's 50th
anniversary was celebrated with a
party at their home. American
friends in Ireland were among the
guests, and they were shown Mr.
Grieser's comprehensive collection of
material in his Panama Canal award
and trophy room.
His collection includes a framed
map of the Canal Zone and Panama
and photographs of all the Canal
Zone Governors starting with Gov-
ernor Goethals, photographs of Col-
onel W. C. Gorgas, Engineer John
Stevens and many others who made
the Canal possible, and a photograph
of Canal Zone Governor Newcomer
presenting Mr. Grieser his retire-
ment certificate on April 24, 1949
at a big public gathering on a day
designated "Coach and Mrs. Henry
Grieser Honor Day."
Henry J. Grieser's first Panama
Canal employment was in 1917 as a
physical training instructor in the
Department of Education.
During World War II he was gen-
erally in charge of recreational fa-
cilities for the troops.



BROWSInG

COLLECTIOfn


His "Red, White and Blue" swim-
ming troupe gave swimming exhibi-
tions that won wide acclaim, and
swimming stars he trained went on
to take Olympic honors. His star
pupil was Alan Ford, who set a
world's record for the 100-yard free
style. Olympic swimmers he train-
ed were Alma Mann, who starred in
the 1924 Olympics; Adelaide Lam-
bert, the 1928 Olympics, and Jose-
phine McKim, the 1928 and the 1932
Olympics.
Mr. Grieser also took an early in-
terest in the aquatic treatment of
polio and arthritis and in teaching
swimming to the blind.
He retired from Panama Canal
service in 1949 after 32 years' serv-
ice. For 5 years afterward he was
swimming adviser in Ann Arbor,
Mich., and then went to Ireland to
reside.
Mr. Grieser's letter to Governor
Fleming was accompanied by clip-
pings from Cork newspapers cover-
ing the 50th anniversary of the Pan-
ama Canal, together with photo-
graphs of Mr. Grieser and his Pan-
ama Canal trophy room taken by his
stepson, Pete Green. The latter, dur-


A comprehensive collection of Panama Canal material is on display in the Panama Canal award and trophy room
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grieser in Ireland.


ing his youth, took photographs in
the Canal Zone for his Boy Scout
and school activities, and also help- S C
ed out voluntarily in the studio of H O OL
the Panama Canal official photogra-
pher at Balboa Heights. SAL UTE ..


MUSIC


By Eleanor Burnham


Six Who Ran by M. E. Chaber is
a new Milo March adventure tale.
According to The New Yorker, Cha-
ber in this latest mystery shows once
more that his hero, Milo March is
"shrewd, solitary, a hard drinker,
and splendidly male-knows how,
and Milo never gives up." His ad-
mirers will enjoy Milo's latest suc-
cess.
The title of Strangers on a Bridge
by James B. Donovan refers to the
exchange in 1962 on Berlin's Glie-
nicker Bridge of the former Russian
master spy Col. Rudolf Ivanovich
Abel for Francis Gary Powers the
U.S. U-2 pilot. Donovan, who
was appointed to defend Colonel
Abel, also negotiated the exchange.
This is the true account of perhaps
the greatest spy story of our genera-
tion. Donovan's use of verbatim re-
ports and of diaries and other notes
results in fascinating reading.
This Rough Magic is a novel by
Mary Stewart, author of The Moon-
Spinners. The scene of this one is
Corfu, believed to have been the
magic island which Shakespeare de-
scribed in The Tempest. True-to-
form actors and other bright lights
of the theatrical world abound in
this novel and there is plenty of
drama, violence and romance.
Loyalty is My Honour by Ewan
Butler is a novel which dramatizes
the life of the son of a Junker officer
Udo von Effling. The story is told


by an English friend of the family
and traces the life of the boy through
World War I, the shocking days
when he became a rising follower of
Hitler and his survival to become
an industrialist and politician. But-
ler was in Berlin at the beginning of
World War II and met several of
the supporting figures in this book
-including Heydrich, Hitler and
Goring. His most recent book was
Amateur Agent.
The Clouded Sky is an intriguing
novel by John Iggulden who is con-
sidered by many critics as "the most
compelling of Australian writers."
This is a many-faceted novel written
in the first person-a device which
allows Iggulden's leading character,
Ritchie Harrington, to give a per-
sonal account of his obsession-glid-
ing in his sail plane, Virago. The
description of his sensations as his
plane rose and soared high above the
earth in this exhilarating and dan-
gerous sport is powerful, explicit
and poetic. This is an interesting
and worthwhile novel by a good
new writer.
Mark of Murder, a new mystery
by Dell Shannon features his fam-
ous detective Lt. Luis Mendoza of
the Los Angeles Police Department
(Homicide) and his confr6res. This
is exciting in the Dell Shannon fash-
ion and will surely please his ad-
mirers.


Music Week will be observed in
the Latin American Schools Monday
through Friday of next week. A spe-
cial feature of this year's observance
will be the presentation of two Fes-
tival Concerts. The concerts will
bring together the combined glee
clubs, bands, and orchestras of the
Rainbow City and Paraiso Junior-
Senior High Schools in musical and
instrumental numbers. In addition,
special musical numbers will be ren-
dered by a Pacific and an Atlantic
Elementary Festival Chorus. On the
Atlantic side the concert will be
given at the Mt. Hope Stadium on
Tuesday, September 22, 1964, at
7:30 p.m. The Pacific side concert
will be given at the Paraiso Ball
Park on Thursday, September 24,
1964, at 8 p.m. The public is invit-
ed to attend the concerts as well as
the other programs.
The Music Week schedule of
programs is as follows:
Pedro Miguel School-Tuesday,
10:30 a.m., School Corridor.
Paraiso Elementary School-Tues-
day, 1:30 p.m., Activity Room.
Atlantic Festival Concert-Tues-
day, 7:30 p.m., Mt. Hope Stadium.
Santa Cruz Elementary School-
Thursday, 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.,
Santa Cruz Gymnasium.
Rainbow City Elementary School-
Thursday, 10:45 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.,
Rainbow City Auditorium.
Pacific Festival Concert-Thurs-
day, 8 p.m., Paraiso Ball Park.


Henry J. Grieser of Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland, looks through the
official Panama Canal 50th Anniversary book sent him by Canal Zone
Governor Fleming. Mr. Grieser was presented his retirement certificate
April 24, 1949 by Governor Newcomer on a day designated "Coach and
Mrs. Henry Grieser Honor Day."



Two Contribute to Club]


The Rainbow City Band Parents
Association was recently the reci-
pient of cash donations made by two
former Canal Zone residents.
Maj. Gen. William E. Potter, who
served as Governor of the Canal
Zone from May 1956 through June
1960, and who is currently Execu-
tive Vice-President of the New York
World's Fair, and Jefferson J. Jo-
seph, who headed the administration


of the Rainbow City Civic Council
for five consecutive terms and is now
a resident of Brooklyn, N.Y., were
the two donors.
Among the several delegations
which greeted the ex-Governor on
his arrival at Cristobal 8 years ago,
the Rainbow City High School
Band, under the direction of Prof.
Reginald T. Prescott, was most prom-
inent.


September 18, 1964


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


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September 18, 1964


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


SCN-TV SCHEDULE
SUNDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Parade of Sports
3:30- Sunday
4:30-Sports Spectacular
5:00-All Star Golf
6:00- Close Up
6:30-"Encyclopedia Britanica Films"
7:00--Great Drama
7:15- A.F. News Review
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
10:10-Football Scoreboard
10:30-Movie Time:
"Search For Danger"
MONDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30-Wonders of the World
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Password
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Navy Notebook
7:30-Mayor of the Town
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Bob Cummings
9:30-Markham
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15- Steve Allen
11:30-Ted Mack
TUESDAY
4:00- Afternoon
5:30-Report
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-Redigo
9:00-SCN Special of the Week:
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15- Armchair Theater:
"Captain From Castile"
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-Men of Annapolis
7:30- Star Playhouse
8:00--SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Bobby Darin Show
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-On Broadway Tonight
9:00-Death Valley Days
9:30-All Star Theater
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Thursday Night Movie:
"Saxon Charm"
FRIDAY
3:00-How Many Homes
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Net Film
7:05-Ripcord
7:30-Price Is Right
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-My Favorite Martian
8:30- Five Star Jubilee
9:00-Celebrity Game
9:30-Star and the Story
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Fight of the Week
11:00- Sports Time
11:30-Paragon Theater
SATURDAY
1:00- SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:50- Science Report
2:05-Capt. Kangaroo
2:40-Sat. Matinee:
Search For Danger
3:45-Shari Lewis
4:10-American Bandstand
4:50-Pro-Bowlers Tour
6:00-SCN NEWS (English)
6:15-BILLBOARD
6:30-Ann Sothern
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Big Picture
7:30-Target
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-4-Star Theater
8:30-King of Diamonds
9:00-Lawrence Welk
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-SCN Bowling Tournament
11:15-Wrestling from Hollywood




ABOUT DEADLINES ...
Material intended for publica-
tion in THE SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Monday
afternoon of the week of publica-
tion. Urgent material can be re-
ceived and processed for use the
same week as late as noon Tues-
day. Mail material to PANAMA
CANAL SPILLWAY, Box M, Balboa
Heights, C.Z.


Ever see a boat skeleton? Well, here's the framework of the Panama Canal launch "Lark" under construction
at the Gamboa Launch Repair Facility. It'll be used as a pilot and passenger launch in Balboa. The "Lark" is the
handiwork of Industrial Division employees, most of them Panamanians, many of whom are learning boatbuilding.




HARD TO FOLLOW, EASY TO UNDERSTAND



Useful Rules to Help You



Do an Outstanding Job


It takes some of us many years
-some a lifetime- to learn that most
useful rules on doing a better job
are so deceptively simple as to escape
recognition.
We often tend to wave aside the
simplest things as lacking in deep
and profound significance.
Anyone who takes the time to heed
the following very simple suggestions,
however, should have 10 fewer
obstacles before him in pursuit of
success on the job. These tips may
be hard to follow, but they are easy
to understand:
1. Do one thing at a time. Remem-
ber, no man can do more. Two things
at a time or three things at a time
are less than one thing at a time.
Here mathematics stands confounded,
for here always-more is less.
2. Know the problem. Much time
is skillfully wasted by people trying
to find the answer when they really
don't understand the problem. Be
sure you have a clear (and agreed
upon) description of the problem first.
3. Learn to listen. Some people
seem to go through their entire lives
without hearing anything but the
sound of their own voices. No one
has a monopoly on good ideas, so
listen! Open your ears before you
open your mouth-it may open your
eyes.
4. Learn to ask questions. Do
you approach problems with a pre-
conceived notion of the answer? This
may be quite satisfying to the ego,
but seldom to solution of the problem
at hand. Make a point to ask questions
if only to double check your position.
5. Distinguish sense from nonsense.
A writer has expounded brilliantly on
the "inexorable and ineluctable right-
ness of wrongness," and so great is
his magic, you half-believe him. You
know the kind. Away from his mag-
netic presence, however, you begin
to wonder if he half-believes it. If it
takes a 5-page memo to explain or
justify 25 words of text, take a
second look.
6. Accept change as inevitable.
Heraclitus said that "no man can
step in the same river twice." Not
only does the river change, but the
man himself changes as well. Every
iob is subject to change. Beware of
the pat solution. A rule good enough


10 years ago-or even 1 year ago-
may not be good enough today.
7. Admit your mistakes. It is a
great temptation to rationalize our
mistakes into a towering edifice built
on a foundation of words. No matter
how glittering the fabrication, there
is the inevitable risk that someone
else will see through it. Build on a
foundation of reality-or you will
not be building at all.
8. Be simple. Studies show that
big, complicated words cloud com-
munication. Five- or six-syllable
words depress readers and may not
communicate, but serve only to in-
flate the writer's ego. Use words as
if you were charged 5 cents for every
one. Look what less than 1,000



CALENDAR

OF EVENTS

SEPTEMBER
18-Independence Day in Chile
(1810).
22-23-The Department of Fine Art
and Culture presents the pri-
ma Ballerina "Nina Novak"
and other stars of the Russian
Ballet of Montecarlo. Place:
Rio Theater in Rio Abajo.
Time: 8:30 p.m.
23-Opening of painting exhibi-
tion of work by Beatrix Bri-
ceiio, Panama Art Institute,
in front of Urraca Plaza, Pan-
ama City
23-27- Musical Festival of La Mejo-
rana in Guarar6.









HARDY' 5
IHRDowARt CO


S-~





"Isn't that the fellow we delivered
a blowtorch to this morning?"


words, properly used, can say-The
Lord's Prayer, 23d Psalm, Preamble
to the Constitution, Gettysburg
Address, and the Boy Scout Oath.
9. Be calm. Sensible and sound
opinions are seldom reached in a
frenzy. Judgment and maturity are
more likely to thrive in a contem-
plative atmosphere than a hurricane.
Once you depart from calmness, you
risk confusion and chaos.
10. Smile. Effective workers are
usually serious, but the best try not
to show it too much. One of the com-
monest failures of many employees
is loss of perspective. After arduously
scaling the molehill, we plant our
success flag triumphantly at its crest,
proclaiming it to be greater than


Mount Everest. We can take our-
selves too seriously.


At The
Week Beginning Saturday,
September 19, 1964
BALBOA
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:05-Mon., 7:30-
Hard Day's Night
Tues., 7:30-Mothra
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-Love With The Proper
Stranger
Fri., 7:00-Hootenanny Hoot
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Saturday night-Who's Been Sleeping In
My Bed
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-The Best
Man
Tuics.-A Certain Smile
Wed.-Law Of The Lawless
Thurs.-Journey To The Center Of The
Earth
Fri.-The Three Stooges Go Round The
World In A Daze
Fri., Owl Show 10 p.m.-Twelve To The
Moon


GAMBOA
Saturday night 8:15 p.m.-Carousel
Sun., Strait-Jacket
Mon.,-NO SHOW
Tues.-Law Of The Lawless
Wed.-Journey To The Center Of
Earth
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-The Best Man
COCO SOLO
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Son


The


Of


Flubbcr
Mon.-Mister Scout Master
Tues.-Twilight Of Honor
Sed.-Alone Against Rome
Thurs.-From The Terrace
Fri.-The Young Stranger
MARGARITA
Saturday night-The Gun Hawk
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-Who's Minding
The Store


U.S. Marshal


Day is Noted



In CZ Court

A proclamation by the President
of the United States of America,
read in the U.S. District Courts in
the Canal Zone, this week proclaims
Thursday, September 24, as "United
States Marshal Day." Federal courts,
Federal department agencies, bar
associations and other civic groups,
and members of the bar and other
interested individuals are called upon
to provide public recognition for
the 175 years of devoted public
service performed by U.S. marshals
and their staffs. The man who wears
the U.S. marshal's star in Canal Zone
is Clayburne A. McLelland.
President Lyndon B. Johnson, in
a talk to the U.S. marshals, pointed
out that the Marshal's Service and
the U.S. Presidency are sharing a
common anniversary. The Judiciary
Act of 1789 provided for the ap-
pointment of U.S. marshals for each
of the 13 newly created Federal ju-
dicial districts.
"We still have only one President.
But where President Washington
nominated 13 United States .Mar-
shals, Presidents today nominate 91
of the 92 Marshals. The first task
of the first marshal is still your task
today, the task of maintaining re-
spect for law and order on which
our democratic system stands," said
President Johnson.
President Johnson's "United States
Marshal Day" proclamation was read
in the U.S. District Court in Cristo-
bal by U.S. District Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe on September 15. The
proclamation will be read in the
U.S. District Court in Balboa on a
day of court session nearest the date
of the anniversary of the establish-
ment of the U.S. Marshals' service.


Last Week's Visitors
Visitors to Miraflores Locks -_1,934
Visitors to Gatun Locks _---- 554
Las Cruces (4 tours)
Passengers --------- --- 357
Transits:
Rangitoto ------ ------- 400
Verdi .- ---- --- -----604
Total _.-3,845



Movies
Sun., night-Mon., 7:00-Captain
Newman, M.D.
Tues.-The Barbarian And The Geisha
Wed.-Postmark For Danger
Thurs.-The Naked And The Dead
Fri.-Carousel
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Three Worlds
Of Gulliver
GATUN *
Saturday night-Who's Minding The Store
Sunday 2:00 p.m. Matinee-The Incredible
Mr. Limpet
Sunday night-Who's Been Sleeping In My
Bed
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Naked And The Dead
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Postmark For Danger
Fri.-Captain Newman, M.D.
OAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.


Special Matinees
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964
BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-The Young Land-
Pat Wayne: A dramatic tale of strife in
a Mexican border town. (95 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-Devil Goddess-
A jungle adventure with plenty of ac-
tion. Starring Johnny Weissmuller.
(75 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-Apache Country-
Gene Autry and his famous horse in a
fast-moving Western. (80 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Francis Of Assisi-
Bradford Dillman: Story of an adventur-
er who exchange his sword for a cross
and rose to glory. (In Color.)
(117 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-Wizard of Bagh-
dad-Dick Shawn: The most fantastic
adventure man or magician ever lived.
(In Color.) (100 mins.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Abbot and Costello
Meet The Killers- Another mad cap
comedy with the funniest of the funny
men. (90 min.)


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


September 18, 1964


-mow%1-4 II 11

A ribbon-cutting ceremony formally opened the Fort Davis Elementary School, the newest addition to th
Zone U.S. school system, on the first day of school, September 10. Col. Henry W. Urrutia, Commandin
Atlantic Area Installation Command, is shown still holding a scissors immediately after he cut the ribbon
school entrance. At the right, rear, is Dr. Charles Latimer, deputy superintendent, U.S. School


......



ridrM'


Over half a century of Panama Canal service by Frank O. Eastmond (left), accounting clerk in the Payroll and
Machine Accounting Branch, was recognized with the presentation to him of a 50-year service award and an
Eminently Satisfactory Extended Service Award, accompanied by a check for $500. The presentations were made
by Canal Zone Governor Fleming and Panama Canal Comptroller Philip L. Steers, Jr., (right) as Mrs. Eastmond
proudly looked on.


F. O. EASTMOND Fi

FOR 50 YEARS SER


Frank O. Eastmond, accounting
clerk in the Panama Canal Payroll
and Machine Accounting Branch,
who was first employed as a clerk
in the Schools Division on Septem-
ber 25, 1911, was presented a 50-
year service award and an Eminent-
ly Satisfactory Extended Service
Award by Canal Zone Governor
Fleming, and Philip L. Steers, Jr.,
Panama Canal Comptroller, at the
Payroll Branch Office, Ancon.
Eastmond, who was born in St. Mi-
chael, Barbados, on July 9, 1896,
came to the Isthmus with his parents.
His father, John W. Eastmond, was
a Canal Zone policeman who retir-
ed from the police force at the age
of 70.
"In 1911 they were still studying
the electrical system to be used to
operate the locks; over 16-million
cubic yards was excavated from Cu-


lebra Cut with 24-million to go; a
slide on the railroad buried over one
mile of track; President Taft issued
an order against bull fighting, dog
fighting, and cock fighting in the
Canal Zone; rice was selling for 30
a pound and pork for 180 in the
commissary; and an employee with
identification number 47461 wrote a
letter to the Director of Posts re-
questing a raise beyond his $25 a
month. That employee was Frank
Eastmond," said Comptroller Phi-
lip L. Steers, Jr., in his brief talk.
'Eastmond's work is very satisfactory
and he is worth more than he re-
ceives at present,' said a notation by
Crede Calhoun-and Eastmond got
his raise."
Canal Zone Governor Fleming
congratulated Eastmond on his many
years' service in the Panama Canal
organization. With the 50-year serv-


Canals in America


Were Vital Part of


Early Commerce


Man-made waterways fascinated
SAmericans long before 1914 and the
construction of the Panama Canal.
As early as 1754 George Washington,
then in his early twenties, tried his
hand at canal construction. He fos-
tered a system of river and canal nav-
igation along the Potomac Valley,
he Canal and it was largely through his efforts
g Officer that the Potomac Company was or-
on at the ganized in 1785 to carry out his plan.
s.
In 1802 the Potomac Company ca-
nals were substantially completed,
but though the canals and locks of
the company were considered a great
engineering accomplishment, the im-
R provements to the Potomac River
.' channel were inadequate. In 1828,
| therefore, the success of the Erie
Canal and anxiety to enjoy a larger
share of trade with the West prompt-
ed the organization of the Chesa-
peake & Ohio Canal Co. Promoters
J in Maryland, Virginia, and the Dis-
trict of Columbia then planned a ca-
nal some 360 miles long to connect
Georgetown on the Potomac with
Pittsburgh on the Ohio.


Construction was formally begun
July 4, 1828. In 1831 water was
admitted into the first completed di-
vision and navigation on the water-
way was begun as the other divisions
were completed. Later, however,
due to increased costs and difficulties,
the section of canal which was to ex-
tend beyond Cumberland was aban-
doned. In 1850, when the last divi-
sion, to Cumberland, was finished,
canal boats carrlinn conal flnur


,mll u i L I,
grains, and lumber were plentiful on
t' C"hersjaaeak & Ohio Canal In


1924, however, loss of traffic caused

ETED its abandonment.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal,
V I C E 184.5 miles long on completion, is
L no longer a useful waterway for com-
ice certificate and the Eminently Sa- mercial traffic. It was purchased by
tisfactory Extended Service Award, the Federal Government in 1938
Eastmond was presented a check for and now occupies a narrow right-of-
$500 and a key to the locks.. That
is, the check for $500 was made out
to Eastmond but Governor Fleming, A rt
with a smile, handed it to Mrs. East- t S
mond together with her own key to


the locks.
Eastmond, deeply moved, express-
ed his appreciation for the honor
shown him on this occasion.
Panama Canal organization offi-
cials present at the ceremony, other
than Governor Fleming and Comp-
troller Steers, included Edward A.
Doolan, Director of the Personnel
Bureau; Arthur J. O'Leary, Deputy
Comptroller; Malcolmn A. Johnston,
Jr., chief of the Payroll and Machine
Accounting Branch; and Russel J.
Jones, chief accountant.
Eastmond was employed as a mes-
senger in the Sanitation Department
in late 1911 when his boss was Col.
W. C. Gorgas; and in the past half-
century served as clerk, messenger,
salesman, laborer, office helper, and
control clerk. He has been with the
Payroll Branch since 1950.
Mr. and Mrs. Eastmond, who re-
side in Gamboa, are the parents of
six children: Gwendoline E. Shirley,
wife of the Venerable Lemuel B.
Shirley of Panama City; Frank O.
Eastmond, employed by a steamship
agency here; Elsie F., Rosaline E.,
and Ervin M. Eastmond, who reside
and work in New York City; and
Leon I. Eastmond, who works in
Panama. All were born here and
attended school at La Boca.
Eastmond's hobby, which he still
pursues, is swimming. He first learn-
ed to swim in Barbados.


Next Week


In Panama

Local painter Beatrix Bricefio will
hold an individual showing of her
latest work at the Galleries of the
Panama Institute of Art, Plaza Urra-
ca, Panama City, beginning next
Wednesday, September 23.
Formal opening of the art exhibit
will be at 8 o'clock p.m. with the
general public invited to attend.
Beatrix Briceflo first took part in
a painting exhibition in 1956 when
the Canal Zone-Panama Chapter of
the American Penwomen's Club
sponsored an exhibition at the Tivoli
Guest House. Sra. Bricefio's portrait
of her husband won First Prize in
oils.
Since then the British-born Pan-
amanian painter has held solo exhi-
bitions of her work in famous gal-
leries of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo
and Cabo Frio, in Brazil as well as
various cities of the Republic of
Panama and in the Canal Zone with
much critical acclaim.
Her work hangs in private collec-
tions of art throughout Europe,
North and South America.
Entrance to the exhibition at the
Panarte Galleries is free.


way consisting of 5,253 acres bought
by the Chesapeake & Ohio Co. be-
tween 1828 and 1850. The George-
town division of the canal, extending
22.1 miles between Georgetown, D.C.
and Seneca, Md., is a part of the
National Capital Parks administered
by the National Park Service of the
Department of the Interior. It is a
colorful tourist attraction for vaca-
tioners who find it ideally suited for
nature study.
At all seasons of the year the ca-
nal towpath serves as an easy access
to this outdoor laboratory. Park
naturalists, and historians frequently
conduct guided trips there. Many
species of birds and wildflowers are
abundant along the canal and the
stone in its structure and bedrock
exposed by construction tell fasci-
nating stories of earth history in the
region.
Canoeing, boating hiking, fishing,
picnicking, and ice skating are
among the recreational facilities en-
joyed along the old canal. During
the summer, special conducted tours,
via an old-time mule-drawn barge,
are also available.





Population



Statistics

The Bureau of Statistics and Cen-
sus of the Republic of Panama re-
ports a total population of 273,440
residents, only 16,845 over 60 years
old in Panama City.
The largest age group is formed
of people between the ages of 21
to 29, which there are 39,857, fol-
lowed by 37,140 from 30 to 39 years
old.
Teenagers from 15 to 19 number
29,124.
Based on 171,199 persons from
15 years up, Panama City residents
have had the following schooling:
None: 9,173; 1 to 3 grammar, 15,712;
4 to 6 grammar 71,623; high school:
1 to 3 years: 36,869; 4 to 6 years:
28,145. Of this number 2.9 percent
have attended a university from 1
to 3 years and 4,713 from 4 years
upward.
Figures gathered from 202,909
people show that 103,575 are eco-
nomically active and 99,334 inactive.
There are 18,929 job seekers from
the above group.
Of 72,182 individuals, 6,556 earn
more than $200 a month; 4,180 earn
from $150 to $199; 8,511 from $100
to $149 and 16,245 less than $75 a
month. The remaining 6,788 make
from $75 to $99.



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


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Oh, his helmet was in the right place, but HE wasn't! ...


I








EL CANAL DE PANAMA








Vol. III, No. 13 50 Aios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 18 de Septiembre de 1964


Capitanes de Barcos Usuarios


Del Canal Hacen Comentarios


Sobre Facilidades y Servicios

"Despu6s de 40 afios en el mar, todavia consider al Canal de Panama el
servicio maritime mas eficiente del mundo", dijo el capitan del City of Phila-
delphia, un carguero britAnico que fue uno de los 1,002 clients comerciales del
Canal el mes pasado.
El comentario estaba entire los cientos recibidos por el Jefe de la Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n en respuesta a un cuestionario expedido por el Canal de Panama
a los capitanes de barcos que transitaron por el Canal durante el mes del Cin-
cuentenario. Se solicit a los capitanes hacer sugerencias para mejorar el servicio.


Las respuestas que se estAn reci-
biendo no son todas favorables para
los que operan la mis famosa via
acuitica del mundo. Se han regis-
trado quejas lo mismo que alaban-
zas de parte de los curtidos marine-
ros quienes, en todos los casos, con
una excepci6n, contestaron las pre-
guntas relacionadas con las instala-
ciones del Canal, en perfect ingl6s.
Los comentarios adversos se rela-
cionaban con problems de comuni-
caciones, necesidad de mejoramiento
de alumbrado portuario, facilidades
de anclaje en el sector AtlAntico y
demoras en el transito causado por
el inmenso trAfico.
Hubo algunas observaciones sobre
ocasionales brotes de temperament
de parte de la tripulaci6n de un bar-
co y el personal del Canal de Pana-
ma al final de una dura jornada.
Este estado de cosas no fue toma-
do seriamente y "desaparecio por lo
general despues de una buena comi-
da", dijo un capitfn frances quien
filos6ficamente insinu6 que los pro-
blemas eran causados por la diferen-
cia en el idioma, political y aduanas.
El cuestionario cubria tales temas
como sefiales para la navegaci6n, co-
municaciones, facilidades de aborda-
je, sugerencias para el mejoramiento
del manejo de avituallamiento y de
abastecimiento de combustible, y
condiciones generals de transito y
manejo de la carga.
De mil cuestionarios expedidos se


Medio Siglo

de Servicios


han recibido centenares de vuelta;
diariamente llegan muchas contesta-
ciones mis.
Algunos de los Capitanes se que-
jan del cimulo de papeles requeri-
dos. Otros manifiestan que su tarea
se facilitaria enormemente si en otros
puertos hubiera eficiencia similar.
Un Capitan se dolia de que el
prActico desoy6 sus explicaciones so-
bre las peculiaridades de su nave
y vio con malos ojos que abollasen
el casco en las esclusas. Otro dijo
que los practices eran muy corteses,
de magnifico buen humor y era un
placer tenerlos abordo.
Un Capitan sugiri6 que las "mu-
las" del Canal fuesen pintadas de
"anaranjado international" o alg6n
color chill6n para que fuese mis
fAcil determinar su rumbo, sin peli-
gro de que se confundiesen con el
paisaje y se perdiesen de vista. Otro
sugiri6 cambios en los itinerarios y
mejores facilidades de informaci6n
anticipada a los capitanes de naves.
El client mis entusiasta dijo que
61 otorgaria el primer premio al Ca-
nal de Panama en cada caso y que
el transito se realize aqui con la
mayor celeridad y eficiencia. Se ma-
nifiesta igualmente bien impresiona-
do con la falta de formalidades ex-
cesivas y la forma expedita como se
ejecuta el trinsito de barcos por las
esclusas. Tomando todo en consi-
deraci6n dijo que "el Canal de Pa-
nama era un suefio que se habia
hecho realidad".


La sugerencia mAs definitive fue
la del CapitAn que declar6 "Creo
que el trnnsito de una nave de oc6a-
no a oc6ano seria much mas rApi-
do y seguro si el Canal pudiese
hacerse a nivel del mar".


La seiiorita Della Sayles fue la ga-
nadora del concurso para Reina de
la Banda de la Escuela Secundaria
de Rainbow City, cuyo iltimo escru-
tinio se celebro el viernes 11 de este
mes en el gimnasio del plantel. La
sefiorita Sayles serd coronada el mes
prdximo en el gimnasio de la escuela.
Ella recibio un total de 15,684 votos
y fue seguida por Vilda Howell con
8,546, Claudia Davis 6,025, Lydia
Thorn 5,159 y M6nica Bailey 2,472.


1 17


El Sr. Ellis L. Fawcett, Director de Ensefianza de las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, fue el orador invitado
en la conferencia annual de las Muchachas Gufas de la Zona del
Canal el pasado 12 de septiembre en la Escuela de Santa Cruz.
El tema de la charla del Sr. Fawcett fue "Abrir los ojos al mundo
en su derredor".




Construirani Rampa de Acceso


Al Puente Desde Camin0o Amador


Se ha abierto a licitaci6n la cons-
trucci6n de vias de acceso y salida
adicional al puente Ferry Thatcher
obras que se calculan en unos
$100.000. Las propuestas serin
abiertas en Balboa Heights el 30 de
septiembre y se espera que las vias
de acceso se realicen dentro de bre-
ves meses.
El proyecto contempla el ensanche
de un tramo del camino a Amador,
reubicaci6n de tramos de cafieria del
agua, la demolici6n de un bungalow
en el camino Amador, el relleno de
part de la playa y la construcci6n


de barandas protectoras e ilumina-
ci6n de calls.
Cuando el trabajo est6 terminado
se podra entrar al puente a trav6s
del Canal por medio de una rampa
que empalma con el Camino Ama-
dor, logrAndose asi conexi6n direct
con la orilla occidental del Canal.
El trinsito rumbo al Este provenien-
te de esa margen del Canal podrA
utilizar otra rampa, despues de cru-
zado el puente, para entrar al Cami-
no Amador. (Ver croquis en la sec-
ci6n inglesa).
El contratista tendrA site meses
de plazo para realizar las obras.


El XVI Festival de la Mejorana


l. ":I,._ ^Se Inicia en Guarare el Miercoles

La pr6xima semana se celebrarA en el interior de PanamA
0 uno de los festivals de mayor trascendencia en el folklore pa-
O namefio. Se trata del XVI Festival de la Mejorana que tendra
Sa lugar en la poblaci6n de Guarare del 23 al 27 de este mes, or-
ganizado por el Club de Leones de Guarar6.
Al mismo tiempo se celebrarA la Primera Exposici6n de
// Artesania Tipica.
/r ~ .El Festival de la Mejorana estA reconocido como Festividad
,, de la Tradici6n Nacional Panamefia por Ley 91 de 1955 y lo
I patrocina el Instituto Panamefio de Turismo y la Direcci6n Na-
,cional de Cultura.
La Exposici6n de Artesania es auspiciada por el Departa-
mento de Industrias del Ministerio de Agricultura, Comercio e
Industries y tiene la cooperaci6n del Departamento de Alfabe-
tizaci6n y Educaci6n de Adultos del Ministerio de Educaci6n.
En el festival se reunen los mejores compositores naciona-
les, cultores de la m'isica tipica, especialmente la mejorana.
Habrl corridas de toros, exhibiciones de bailes y cantos por
grupos escolares, de aficionados y por particulares; bailes de
S i ,sal6n antiguos, desfiles por las calls del pueblo con carretas
Frank O. Eastmond, izq. recibe de manos del Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr., un certificado tipicas, diablicos, grandiablos, comparsas, etc.
de 50 afios de servicio y un cheque por la suma de $500, asi como la lave de las esclusas.
Observa la ceremonia el Jefe de la Direcci6n del Personal, senior Edward A. Doolan, derecha. El festival atrae muchas personas de todas las regions del
Eastmond mgres6 a la organizaci6n del Canal de Panami en calidad de mensajero del Depar- pais por lo vistoso. No son pocos los que Ilevan sus grabadoras
mento de Sanidad en 1911, siendo su Capataz el Coronel W. C. Gorgas. Desde entonces ha magnetof6nicas para captar en sus cintas la inspiraci6n de los
sido oficinista, vendedor, obrero, ayudante, etc. Desde 1950 trabaja en la secci6n de planillas.
(Para mayores detalles ver pigina 4). icompositores musicales del interior de PanamA.









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Septiembre 18, 1964


Gente en la Noticia


Pedro Urriola es Primer Capataz en
el Dep6sito de Aduana en Anc6n,
quien estA trabajando para la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal de PanamA desde
hace 36 afios, pues ingres6 el 25 de
agosto de 1928. Urriola naci6 en la
poblaci6n de NatA, en la Provincia
de Cocl6, y reside con su esposa Ama-
lia Rudas de Urriola en la ciudad de
PanamA. Su trabajo consiste en vi-
gilar toda la mercancia que Ilega al
Dep6sito de Aduana y tambien a los
empleados que estAn bajo sus 6rde-
nes. Urriola es un gran aficionado
al beisbol y no falla en ninguno de
los partidos del campeonato profe-
sional panamefio.


DamiAn SAnchez es ayudante del ca-
pataz en el Dep6sito de Aduana en
Anc6n, con un servicio de 37 afios
con la organizaci6n del Canal de Pa-
nama. SAnchez, que naci6 en San
Miguel, Distrito de Balboa, ingres6
al Canal de Panama el 4 de junio de
1927. Reside en la ciudad de Pana-
mA con sus hijos Jos6 del Carmen,
Arcenia, Carlos A., Olga E. y Xio-
mara SAnchez. Es uno de los em-
pleados mAs antiguos de la organiza-
ci6n y eficiente en el desempefio de
sus obligaciones.


ABRE EL 23 EN PANARTE


LA EXPOSITION DE OLEOS


DE BEATRIX DE BRICENO


El mi6rcoles 23 de los co-
rrientes, a las ocho de la no-
che, serA inaugurada en las
Galerias del Instituto Paname-
fio de Arte, situado enfrente
al parque Urraca, ciudad de
PanamA, la Exposici6n Indi-
vidual de 6leos de la conoci-
da pintora Beatrix Bricefio.
La pintora Bricefio expuso
por primer vez en la Casa de
HuBspedes Tivoli en exposi-
ci6n colectiva realizada bajo
los auspicios de la American
Pen Women's Club en 1956,
ocasi6n en la que gan6 el Pri-


mer Premio para 6leos con un
retrato de su esposo. Desde
entonces ha realizado exposi-
ciones individuals y colecti-
vas en Rio de Janeiro, Sao
Paulo, y otras ciudades brasi-
lefias asi como en PanamA,
Col6n y algunas ciudades del
interior de PanamA, con nota-
ble 6xito critic y artistic.
Cuadros de la pintora Bri-
ceiio cuelgan en pinacotecas
particulares de coleccionistas
de arte del hemisferio y de
Europa.


SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mi. 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
DAvm S. PARKER
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
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.


Un funcionario del Sindicato de
Electricistas, de los Estados Unidos,
fund recientemente una organiza-
ci6n llamada Cuerpo de Paz Obrero
y Program de Desarrollo, que tiene
como mira colaborar con grupos civi-
cos de la America Latina en tales
planes comunales como la construc-
ci6n de escuelas.


___________________________ *1


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 Mas Grande
del Mundo
9:00-El Vagabundo
9:30- Teleteatro


LUNES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avanees
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

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
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-Peter Gun
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-El Show de Lucy
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
10:00- Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


JUEVES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15--Peter Gun
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 Rebelde
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-Arresto y Juicio
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


VIERNES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
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-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-Peter Gun
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- umbo 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 Francis
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MARTES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
12:25- Cindido P6rez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55--Informative del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-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- Ivanhoe
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Cita con la Mierte
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-Viendo a Blondl
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informative del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-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 Inter6s Para Usted
1:30-Annie Oakley
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 18 .--



Sabado 19 _--_-
Domingo 20 y
Lunes 21----.
Martes 22 _______

Mi6rcoles 23-___

Jueves 24-______

Viernes 25______


PARAISO
Blowing Wild

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Heaven Knows Mr. Allyson
Freckles
Under The Yum-Yum Tree

Firebrand and
The Deep Blue Sea
Strangers On A Train

North To Alaska and
The Walls Of Jerico
Wall Of Noise

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Young Guns Of Texas


SANTA CRUZ
Blood And Sand and
Oh! For A Man


Tarzan's Three Challenges
Strait-Jacket

Strangers On A Train

Firebrand and
The Deep Blue Sea
Wall Of Noise

North To Alaska and
The Walls Of Jerico


RAINBOW CITY


RAINBOW CITY
Come Fly With Me

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Istambul
The Day Mars Invaded The Earth
The Caretakers

House Of The Damned and
The Lost World
Picnic and
Gidget
Blood And Sand and
Oh! For A Man
Blowing Wild

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Heaven Knows Mr. Allyson


Pagina 2


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
SEPTIEMBRE
18-Aniversario de la Independencia de Chile (1810).
18-Fiesta de Santo TomAs en Pocri y en Las Tablas.
22-23-Presentaciones del Ballet Ruso de Montecarlo bajo los auspicios
del Departamento de Cultura de PanamA. Prima Bailarina: Nina
Novak. Lugar: Teatro Rio, PanamA. Hora: 8 p.m. Precios: $6.00;
$5.00; $4.00 y $3.00.
23-Inauguraci6n de la Exposici6n de 6leos de Beatrix Bricefio en
Panarte (frente al Parque Urraca) PanamA.
Hora: 8 p.m. Invitaci6n General.
23-27-Fiesta de la Mejorana en Guarare.
24-Fiesta de Nuestra Sefiora de las Mercedes en Garachin6.
29-Fiestas Patronales de San Miguel en Boquer6n, San Miguel y
Monagrillo (Chitr6).
CINE INFANTIL
Lugar: Teatro Bella Vista, PanamA. Funci6n matinal a las 10.
20-Cascabelito con Viruta y Capulina.
27-El Caballo Blanco con Joselito.


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Septiembre 18, 1964


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


. ANORA AL ISTMO EX COACH

L DE "ASES" DE LA NATACION


EL OJO CICLOPEO
LOS CICLOPES, gigantes de la
mitologia griega, hijos del Cielo y
de la Tierra, de los cuales se de-
cia que tenian tn solo ojo en me-
dio de la frente, se les suponia
ocupados en fabricar rayos para
Jupiter, en la fragua de Vulcano,
al pie del monte Etna. Gracias
a la fortaleza y astucia de los ci-
clopes, Jupiter se convirti6 en se-
fior del Olimpo, dice la narracidn
popular.
Mds que el tamaiio y la resis-
tencia fisica de los gigantes sor-
prende su tinico ojo con el cual
podian verlo TODO. Hoy se dice
que una persona tiene ojo cicl6-
pico cuando puede prefer acon-
tecimienlos ignorados por otras
personas. Mientras que estos gi-
gantes sdlo han existido en la
imaginacidn del pueblo griego,
se han dado casos de numerosas
personas en la vida real dotadas
de un sextoo sentido". Que han
podido ver cosas y hechos invisi-
bles para otros. Se cuenta el ca-
so del estadista sueco y expert
en metalurgia, Emanuel Eweden-
borg, que describid un incendio
en su pueblo -aunque el estaba
a muchos kildmetros de distancia
al suceder la desgracia. Los que
escucharon su descripcidn pudie-
ron comprobar despues la exacti-
tud de los detalles.
Las gitanas "que echan la suer-
te y leen la buenaventura o infor-
tunio en la palma de la mano",
hacen un buen negocio porque
las personas creen en este sexto
sentido, powder oculto. Estos son
los llamados videntes "siquicos".

Usted tiene el mismo poder, el
ojo ciclopeo de los gigantes, el
sexto sentido de los gitanos, en
sus conocimientos y experiencia
de seguridad. Al comprender por
qud ocurren los accidents. Al
acatar las reglas de prevencion.
La seguridad es el ojo cicl6peo,
que presta una guardia continue,
que estd alerta siempre para pre-
venir cualquier riesgo, para su-
primir las fuentes potenciales de
desgracia en el trabajo. Los co-
nocimientos al permitirle "sortear
los escollos peligrosos" e dlejan
ver un fragment del futuro.
S6lo el studio de la seguridad
le puede mantener sano y salvo
entire las mdquinas en movimien-
to. La industrial modern es com-
pleja y peligrosa. Aprenda que
las advertencias tienen un fondo
s6lido de razdn. El ojo cicldpeo
no le dejard desamparado. Y re-
cuerde que no basta con saber-
lo . ,aplique las normas de
prevenci6n!


S Un entrenador de estrellas olimpi-
cas de nataci6n, Henry J. Crieser,
. l coach que fuera del celebrado Red,
White and Blue Troupe, equipo de
/ nataci6n de Balboa, dedic6 un fer-
" voroso recuerdo al Istmo de Panama
- al cumplirse el cincuentenario del
Canal de Panama.
Grieser, quien esta radicado ac-
tualmente en Crosshaven County
Cork, Irlanda, se jubil6 en 1949 y
en esa ocasi6n sc le honr6 dedicin-
dole la fecha como "Dia de Henry J.
Grieser".
En carta dirigida al Gobernador
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., el afiorado
adiestrador de Alma Mann y Allan
Ford, notables ases de la nataci6n
istmica, agradece el envio de un
ejemplar del libro conmemorativo
del cincuentenario del Canal de Pa-
nami "que tantos recuerdos revive
en mi sefiora y en mi de aquellos
felices dias durante los cuales estu-
ve vinculado a las gentes de la Zona
del Canal de Panama".
Los Grieser celebraron el cincuen-
Stenario del Canal con una fiesta en
su hogar, a la cual fueron invitados
Samigos estadounidenses residents en
i Irlanda.
En el hogar de Grieser hay nume-
rosos trofeos, estandartes y bandero-
las entire otro material sobre el ist-
mo de PanamA, que incluye mapas
de la Zona y de la Repiblica y foto-
grafias de todos los Cobernadores
official de la Zona del Canal, empezando
ober- por Goethals, Gorgas y el ingeniero
John Stevens. Tambi6n cuelga en
ibi6 su la pared un certificado entregado por
ernador el Gobemador Newcomer a Grieser
h y la en abril de 1949 cuando se jubil6.
je. Grieser es bien recordado en Pa-


CHEO Y TEO LA PASARAN FEO CUANDO


PRUEBEN CHICHA FUERTE EL DOMINGO


i I,


Otro combat international de boxeo se celebrard el domingo pr6ximo en el tinglado del MINA DE ARTISTAS
Estadio Olimpico de Panama, cuando se midan en combat a 10 asaltos el dominicano Carlos Una turista que veia por primera
"Teo" Cruz y el local Julio "Chicha Fuerte" Ruiz en un peso mAximo de 130 libras. vez las famosas miniaturas de Ben-
Cruz, que reside en Puerto Rico, estuvo clasificado como d6cimo junior ligero del mundo venuto Cellini, pregunt al guia ita-
por la Asociaci6n Mundial de Boxeo hasta el mes pasado, pero fue eliminado en las l6timas cla- an en Floretalia tiene minas d
sificaciones debido a su inactividad. plata?"
Entre sus triunfos el dominicano ostenta uno sobre el norteamericano Johnny Bizzarro, uno "No, seiora. Italia no tiene minas
de los principles contendores a los titulos ligero y junior ligero del mundo. de plata," fue la contestaci6n.
Cruz estA en el Istmo en uni6n de su entrenador puertorriquefio Jos6 "Cheo" Aponte Torres, Luego vio filigranas de orfebreria
Iexquisita, labradas en oro de 24 qui-
ex pugil del peso gallo que pele6 hace various afios en Panama con el entonces campe6n nacio- latest y torn a preguntar:
nal Kid Zefine en el Estadio Olimpico. "Pero . es que Italia tiene
Si Ruiz logra imponerse en este encuentro international, es casi seguro que se mida des- minas de oro?"
pugs con el campe6n colombiano del peso pluma Antonio "MIochila" Herrera, quien estaba dis- El guia italiano entonces replica:
"No, sefiora, Italia tampoco tiene
puesto a venir a pelear este mes aqui, pero debido al compromise de "Chicha Fuerte" con Cruz, minas de oro; lo que si tiene es minas
se le ha pedido que place su legada al Istmo para el mes de octubre. de artists insuperables!"


DE GHANA VIENE UN GHANES QUE

TIENE GANAS DE CAER EN LAGUNA
Mafiana aterrizarA en el aeropuerto national de To-
cumen el hombre que le propin6 la tremenda golpiza al
cubiche Ultiminio Ramos el ghan6s Floyd Robertson a quien
muchos fanmticos del boxco consideran como el verdadero
campe6n peso pluma del mundo.
Robertson viene a PanamA a enfrentarse al notable
trompadachin colonense, Ismael Laguna, el llamado "Cuco"
de Campeones Mundiales con quien evitaron a todo trance
medirse el brasilefio Eder Jofre, campe6n gallo y el suso-
dicho Ramos, que invent toda clase de excusas para no de-
jarse encerrar entire las cuerdas del tinglado con el temible
panameno.
El ghan6s que le gan6 a Ramos quitAndole las ganas
de buscar lo que 61 consideraba "paquetes", promote dar la
gran batalla a Laguna quien tendri que echar mano de to-
dos sus recursos pugilisticos para salir avante de esta ruda
prueba. Robertson dicen que, en un arranque de esos que
le hizo sentirse un Cassius Clay, manifest que pondria a
Laguna a dormir en s6lo dos fulminantes asaltos. A lo me-
jor se figure que el panamefio era alguno de esos ramos que
andan por alli...
Los simpatizantes del excelente boxeador de Col6n
opinan, por otro lado, que su favorite le dara toda una por-
menorizada y dolorosa lecci6n de pugilato al importado,
dejAndolo hasta sin nacionalidad pues le quitarA las GA-
NAS ... de seguir peleando.


It
*d


dHa visto alguna vez el armaz6n de un bote? Aqui esta el de la lancha "Lark" del Canal de PanamA que esta cons-
truybndose en el Cobertizo de Reparaciones del Desembarcadero de Gamboa. Serb utilizada como lancha de
prActicos y pasajeros en Balboa. El "Lark" es construido por empleados de la Divisi6n Industrial, la mayoria de
ellos panamefios, que estAn aprendiendo a construir buques en la Zona del Canal mientras trabajan.


Pagina 3


Henry J. Grieser, de Crosshaven Co. Cork, Irlanda, hojea el libro
del Cincuentenario del Canal de PanamA que le fue enviado por el
nador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr. Grieser reci
certificado de jubilaci6n el 24 de abril de 1949 de manos del Gobe
Newcomer en un dia designado como "Dia en Honor del Coach
Sra. de Henry Grieser", en el cual se le rindi6 merecido homena


I ,


nami por haber sido instructor de
Adan Gord6n, hoy administrator de
la Piscina Olimpica, cuando el na-
dador panamefio concurri6 a los
Juegos Olimpicos de Amsterdam, Ho-
landa, en 1928, para competir en las
nruebas de 100 y 400 metros estilo
libre.
Otras estrellas olimpicas que ini-
cialmente fueron punilos de Grieser
son Alma Mann (Olimpiadas de
1924); Adelaide Lambert (Olimnia-
das de 1928) v Tosephine McKim
(Olimpiadas de 1928 y de 1932).

Sea Nuestro
Corresponsal
Para un periodista la gente
viene a ser algo asi como la ar-
gamasa para el albafiil. Es la
material con la que se trabaja, la
mezcla de la que surge la no-
ticia.
Al lector lo que le interest es
saber sobre algo que afecte a
otras personas; si ellas le son co-
nocidas, meior aimn.
Algo ins6lito que hiciere, o le
ocurriese a alguna persona cono-
cida o figure public constitute
una noticia de primera magnitude
que interest a la generalidad del
piblico lector.
Pero no hay que descuidar
que tambibn cobra parejo interns
aquello que concierne al vecino.
Si algo que aconteciese al veci-
no o 6ste hiciese alguna cosa fue-
ra de lo comun, el asunto merece
la atenci6n de un ancho sector.
Sin embargo la modestia mu-
chas veces inhibe a la persona de
propalar la nueva que no llega
a la mesa de redacci6n y queda,
por lo tanto, ignorada e inbdita.
Si Ud., lector amigo, lectora
amable, supiere de alg6n acon-
tecimiento o hech6 que pudiera
ser de interis no olvide que al
SPILLWAY nodria tambien inte-
resarle conocerlo, con miras a su
publicacien. Eche mano al "be-
iuco" y dis'lue el 2-1477. Gracias.







SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Septiembre 18, 1964


AUN ANTES DE CONSTRUIR EL CANAL


DE PANAMA LOS ESTADOUNIDENSES SE


ENTUSIASMABAN POR HACER CANALES


Las vias acuAticas construidas por el hombre fascinaron a los norte-
americanos much antes de 1914, y la construcci6n de la "Gran Zanja" en
PanamA. Ya para 1754 George Washington, entonces en sus veintitantos
afios, hizo el esfuerzo de construir un canal local. Foment6 un sistema de
navegaci6n fluvial y de canal a lo largo del Valle Potomac, y fue conside-
rablemente debido a sus esfuerzos que la Compaiia Potomac se organize
en 1785 para Ilevar adelante su plan.


Los canales de la Compafiia Poto-
mac quedaron terminados en 1802,
pero aunque se realize una gran
obra de ingenieria en los canales y
esclusas de la compafiia, las mejoras
al canal del Rio Potomac resultaron
inadecuadas. Por lo tanto, en 1828,
el 6xito del Canal de Erie y el an-
helo de participar en el comercio en
mayor escala con el occidente, hicie-
ron former la organizaci6n de la Che-
sapeake and Ohio Canal Company.
Los promotores en Maryland, Virgi-
nia, y el Distrito de Columbia pla-
nearon entonces un canal de unas
360 millas de extension para unir a


Georgetown en el Potomac con
Pittsburgh en Ohio.
La construcci6n se inici6 for-
malmente el 4 de julio de 1828. El
agua fue admitida en 1831 en la
primera division terminada y la na-
vegaci6n en la via acuAtica se inici6
cuando las otras divisions quedaron
terminadas. MAs tarde, sin embargo,
debido al aumento de costs y difi-
cultades, la secci6n del canal que
iba a extenderse mAs alli de Cum-
berland, fue abandonada. En 1850,
cuando la Altima division hasta Cum-
berland fue terminada, abundaron
las embarcaciones canaleras llevan-


do carb6n, harina, granos y madera
por el Canal de Chesapeake y Ohio.
En 1924, sin embargo, la p6rdida de
trifico caus6 su abandon.
El Canal de Chesapeake y Ohio,
de 184.5 millas de extension al com-
pletarse, no es ltil ya para el trifi-
co maritime commercial. Fue com-
prado por el Gobierno Federal en
1938 y ocupa ahora un pequefio de-
recho de servidumbre que consiste
en 5,253 acres comprados por la
Compania del Canal de Chesapeake
y Ohio entire 1828 y 1850. La divi-
si6n del canal en Georgetown, que
se extiende 22.1 millas entire George-
town, D.C. y Seneca, Maryland, es
una parte de los Parques Nacionales
de la Capital administrados por el
Servicio de Parques Nacionales del
Departamento de lo Interior. Es
una gran atracci6n turistica para los
que estin de vacaciones quienes en-
cuentran el lugar adecuado para el
studio de la naturaleza.


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Rogelio Sinan, a la derecha, Director Nacional de Cultura de la Repiblica de PanamA, posa con los alumnos
triunfadores del concurso de composici6n sobre el Cincuentenario del Canal de Panami llevado a cabo en la
Escuela Primaria de Rainbow City recientemente y al cual prestigi6 con su presencia.


Precipitaci6n de Lluvias
En Agosto 1964
EstA equivocado el que piense que
la precipitaci6n de lluvia en el mes
de agosto estuvo fuera de lo comin.
El Jefe Hidr6grafo del Canal de Pa-
namA dice en su informed mensual
que la lluvia fue mis copiosa a lo
largo de las costas. La precipitaci6n
de lluvia en agosto registry un pro-
medio cerca de lo normal, la tem-
peratura fue de 0.2 grades por de-
bajo de lo normal y la humedad fue
de solamente 0.8 por ciento sobre
lo normal.
Seg6n el informed del Jefe Hidr6-
grafo, Gat6n registry casi la mitad
de la precipitaci6n lluviosa registra-
da en Crist6bal. En Gamboa, la Re-
presa Madden y Emperador fue
subnormal, mientras que en Balboa
y Crist6bal hubo mAs que lo normal
en el mes de agosto. El promedio
general para nueve estaciones fue
de 11.45 pulgadas, 0.13 pulgadas
por debajo de lo normal, y oscil6
desde 7.39 pulgadas en Emperador
hasta 18.80 pulgadas en Crist6bal.
La temperature mis alta de 93
grades se registry en Gatiun el 29 de
agosto, y la mAs baja, 69 grades, en
la Represa Madden el 27 de agosto.
El promedio de temperature de 79.9
grades fue de 0.2 grades por deba-
jo de lo normal y la humedad rela-
tiva de 87.3 por ciento fue de 0.8
por ciento sobre lo normal.
El desagiie total de la Represa
del Lago Gat6n fue de 543,226 acre-
pies, 6 por ciento sobre lo normal.
El desagiie de 203,282 acrepi6s del
Area arriba de la Represa Madden
fue solamente de 1 por ciento sobre
lo normal y constituy6 el 37 por
ciento del desagiie de toda la re-
presa.


SEMANA MUSICAL CELEBRARAN


ESCUELAS LATINOAMERICANAS


La Semana Musical serA celebra-
da en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas
del 21 al 25 del corriente. En la
celebraci6n de este afio sobresalen
dos Festivales de Conciertos, los cua-
les reunirAn en forma combinada a
los Glee Clubs, bandas y orquestas
de las Escuelas Secundarias de Rain-
bow City y Paraiso en niimeros mu-
sicales e instrumentales. Ademis
un Coro del Festival de las Escuelas
Primarias del Pacifico y el AtlAntico
ofrecerA n6meros musicales especia-
les.
En el sector AtlAntico el concerto
serA ofrecido en el Estadio de Mount
Hope el martes 22 de septiembre a
las 7:30 p.m. El concerto del sec-
tor Pacifico se ofrecerA en el Parque
de Pelota de Paraiso el jueves 24
de septiembre a las 8 p.m. El pi-
blico estA invitado para asistir a los
conciertos y a los otros programs.
La Semana Musical tendri los si-
guientes programs:
Escuela de Pedro Miguel mar-
tes 22 de septiembre, 10:30 a.m. -
Corredor de la Escuela.
Escuela Primaria de Paraiso -
martes 22 de septiembre, 1:30 p.m.
- Sal6n de Actividades.
Concierto del Festival en el Atlan-
tico martes 22 de septiembre,
7:30 p.m. Estadio de Mount Hope.
Escuela Primaria de Santa Cruz -
jueves 24 de septiembre, 10:30 a.m.
y 1:30 p.m. Gimnasio de Santa
Cruz.


Escuela Primaria de Rainbow City
- jueves 24 de septiembre, 10:45
a.m. y 1:30 p.m. Auditorio de
Rainbow City.
Concierto del Festival del Pacifico
- jueves 24 de septiembre, 8 p.m. -
Parque de Pelota de Paraiso.


Luis Ferrara y Cristina Rosemond, alumnos de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, bailan un alegre tamborito panameiio durante la celebraci6n
del program conmemorativo de la Semana del Libro en las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal hace poco.


EL EX GOBERNADOR POTTER

Y JEFFERSON JOSEPH DONAN

DINERO PARA UNA ORQUESTA


La Asociaci6n de Padres de miem-
bros de la Banda de Rainbow City
recibi6 recientemente donaciones en
efectivo hechas por dos ex residen-
tes de la Zona del Canal.
El Mayor General William E.
Potter, quien fue Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal desde mayo de 1956
hasta junio de 1960 y quien actual-
mente es vicepresidente ejecutivo de
la Feria Mundial de Nueva York, y
Jefferson J. Joseph, quien encabez6
la administraci6n del Concejo Civico
de Rainbow City durante cinco pe-
riodos consecutivos y ahora reside
en Brooklyn, Nueva York, fueron los
donantes.
Los istmefios recordaran que en-
tre las varias delegaciones que reci-
bieron al ex Gobernador a su legada


a Crist6bal hace ocho afios, entire las
mis prominentes se encontraba la
Banda de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, bajo la direcci6n del
professor Reginald T. Prescott, ani-
mando asi la ocasi6n.
de Eastmond, pero el Goberador
Fleming se lo entreg6 a la Sra. de
Eastmond junto con otr allave a las
esclusas.


VISITANTES DE
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores
Esclusas de Gati6n -_--
Las Cruces (4 viajes) __-_
M/V Rangitoto _....-_-.-
M/V Verdi _____-- -
Total: _.------


Mas de Medio Siglo Trabajando


Con el Canal Lleva F. Eastmond


Frank O. Eastmond, oficinista de
contabilidad en la Secci6n de Pla-
nillas y Contabilidad MecAnica del
Canal de PanamA, quien fue primero
empleado como oficinista en la Di-
visi6n de Escuelas el 25 de septiem-
bre de 1911, recibi6 un premio por
50 afios de servicio y un premio
por servicio satisfactorio, de manos
del Goberador de la Zona del Ca-
nal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr. y de Phi-
lip L. Steers, Jr., Contralor del Ca-
nal de PanamA, el viernes por la ma-
fiana en la oficina de la Secci6n de
Planillas en Anc6n. (Ver foto en pri-
mera plana).
Eastmon, quien naci6 en St. Mi-
chael, Barbados, el 9 de julio de
1896, vino al Istmo con sus padres.


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357
400
600
3.845


Su padre, John W. Eastmond, fue
policia de la Zona del Canal que se
jubil6 de la fuerza policial a los 70
afios de edad.
Tanto el Gobernador Fleming co-
mo el Contralor Steers elogiaron a
Eastmond por su dedicaci6n al tra-
bajo y lo felicitaron por sus tantos
afios al servicio de la organizaci6n
del Canal. Con el certificado de 50
afios de servicio se le entreg6 che-
que por $500 y una llave a las es-
clusas.
Eastmond express su agradeci-
miento por el honor del cual era ob-
jeto. Los esposos Eastmond resident
en Gamboa y son padres de seis hi-
jos, los cuales se encuentran traba-
jando o estAn casados.


AN


La exposici6n de libros en la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City durante la celebraci6n de la Semana del Libro
en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, fue visitada por Rogelio Sinan, Director Nacional de
Cultura de PanamA, asi como por maestras y bibliotecarias de diferentes escuelas de la ciudad de Panama.


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