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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: October 16, 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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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: VID00480
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 Gi oft he PanamaCa alMuseum



Spillwa


Vol. III, No. 17 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, October 16, 1964


A Plug... For Fire Prevention


iW. INSPECTIONVS
1 SAVE LIVES r


FIRE PREVENTION
IS YOUR JOB



a -.. -


Texts such as those at left, attached to fire plugs and on Fire Division trucks, helped carry Fire Prevention Week
messages last week. And at right a group of Diablo Heights Elementary School first graders got the inside story of
protective gear worn by firefighters and the equipment which helps them battle blazes. In front, left to right,
are Susan Bierman, Lester Kaufmann, and Debbie Pollack; behind them, Fred Kelly, left, and Billy James.



Even Birds Took Refuge Aboard


As SS Cristobal Sat 0


"The wind was so strong, we
expected to see cows go flying by
most any minute," said one of the
passengers on the SS Cristobal when
the vessel docked at Cristobal last
Thursday, 3 days late because of
Hurricane Hilda. The SS Cristobal
sailed from New Orleans on Octo-
ber 1, but anchored at Pilottown on
the Mississippi River to wait out the
storm's fury.
"Television really helped a great
deal," said another passenger. "We
watched the progress of the storm,
and were thankful that we were on
board the Cristobal, out in the Mis-



Anniversary

Film Booked

At Theaters

To afford a wider opportunity for
more people to see the new Panama
Canal 50th Anniversary color film, it
has been added to the regular show
at Balboa Saturday, Sunday, and
Monday, and at Rainbow City
Theater Sunday and Monday.
Scheduled times at Balboa are 2:30
and 8:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
and 7:30 p.m. Monday. It will be
shown at Rainbow City Theater
(Spanish print) at 7 p.m. Sunday
and Monday.
It is a documentary film of activi-
ties and ceremonies in the Canal Zone
in August marking the 50th anniver-
sary of the opening of the Canal.
It was edited and assembled by per-
sonnel of the Graphic Branch and
the Information Office.
Prints of the film, in English and
Spanish, are available free through
the Information Office for group
showings. Arrangements also may be
made for group showings in the
briefing room in the basement of the
Administration Building.


sissippi, rather than in New Orleans
or any of the other Louisiana areas.
Especially when we saw how much
damage was done. Here, on board,
it was like living in a floating hotel."
When the SS Cristobal headed out
to sea Monday, bound for the Port
of Cristobal, hundreds of birds,
caught up by the swirling winds of
Hurricane Hilda and carried far from
their home nests, took refuge on the
vessel. Two of the passengers, C. W.
Kilbey, superintendent of the Panama
Canal Service Center Branch, and
Dr. Kenneth Bloomberg, an ophthal-
mology resident at Gorgas Hospital,
immediately set up "Operation Bird
Rescue."
At least 150 hawks, herons, small
flycatchers, flickers, catbirds-repre-
sentatives of birds of Louisiana,
dropped in exhaustion on the ship.
Rescuers Kilbey and Bloomberg force
fed the birds farina, chopped ham,
and chopped scrambled eggs. Some
didn't survive the ordeal, but quite
a few of the refugees began showing
an interest in life once more.
Eight days is a long time for a
voyage. But the passengers were
congenial and the ship's officers said
everyone was cooperative and there
were few complaints.
There were a few spills, though,
just as there are in any storm at sea.
Joe Cicero, former outfielder with the
Boston Red Sox and minor league
teams, had the surprise of his life
when his chair went with him across
the floor and both toppled together
when the vessel went through a rough
sea while homeward-bound. William
Hollowell said he was about to sit
down in the dining room when there
was a lurch and he went right under
the table. He got up and had his
dinner, undaunted.
The passengers on this lengthy trip
got a special bonus in the dining
room, they recounted. They had two
special dinners, one similar to the


ut Blow

Captain's dinner but minus balloons,
for the chef twice went through the
menus for a trip.
Not even laundry posed a problem.
Some laundry was done in the ship's
laundry room, and the vessel on
arrival in Cristobal picked up laundry
that had been left on the Isthmus the
last trip.
The ship carries only one film to
be shown passengers during a voyage,
but a film was borrowed from the
(Continued on p. 4)


PanCanal Tops



$73,800 Goal



In UF Appeal


With the Panama Canal organiza-
tion topping its United Fund goal of
$73,800 this week, attention was
focused on the UF Trade Fair open-
ing tonight at Corozal. PanCanal
United Fund officials expected that
the final total of the Canal organiza-
tion's contribution might exceed
$85,000 toward the overall goal of
$142,500.
In the absence of the Governor,
Lt. Gov. David S. Parker congratu-
lated the Marine Bureau Monday as
the first major bureau to top its dollar
goal. With a $16,200 goal, the Marine
Bureau effort had surpassed $17,000
by then with the total still incomplete.
The Office of the Governor, Office
of the Comptroller, Personnel Bureau
and some smaller units had all
exceeded their goals.
The Canal Zone Guide Service
and Panama Tourist Commission
will have a big joint exhibit booth
at the United Fund Trade Fair.
Points of interest in both the
Republic and the Canal Zone will
be stressed and there'll be movies,
SSelectravision showings, and pam-
phlets, brochures, and other litera-
ture will be available.
Samples of Panamanian dresses
will be on display, there'll be con-
juntos giving exhibitions of Pan-
amanian folk dances, opening night
and several other nights, and on
Wednesday night, October 21,
Lucho Azcirraga will play.
Canal Zone Governor Fleming will
cut the ribbon to open the trade fair
and bazaar at 7 p.m. He will be
assisted by Roberto Eisenmann, Jr.,
President of the Chamber of Com-


merce of Panama City, with other
officials also expected to attend.
The trade fair will be open to the
public until October 31, hours 6 to
10 p.m. each evening, including
weekends. There'll be 1965 model
cars on display, exhibits and sales
rooms of Panama's top merchants and
sales representatives, games for both
adults and young people, and
refreshments.
There's an admission charge of 10
cents this year to enter the trade fair
building-a one-time charge good for
admittance on all 14 days of the fair.



Here's Christmas

Mailing Schedule
The Canal Zone Postal Division,
anticipating the confusion and rush
usually associated with the weeks
b fore Christmas, has issued the fol-
lowing schedule for air and surface
mail.
October 15 to November 5 for sur-
face mail to Europe, Asia or APO
addresses.
December 1 to December 10 for
airmail to these countries.
November 25 to December 4 for
surface mail to the United States.
December 10 to December 15 for
airmail to the United States.
U.S. Customs requirements: The
current duty free license is $10. The
total value of all gifts received by
one person on one day may not
exceed $10. The package should be
marked "Gift Package."


Tropical Differential Now


15 Percent For New Hires


The added compensation known as
the "tropical differential" now paid
U.S.-citizen employees of Federal
agencies in the Canal Zone is changed
from 25 to 15 percent for new hires
effective with the pay period starting
October 11.
For current employees, other than
dependents, the dollar amount of the
differential will not be reduced. It
will be retained at the July 20, 1964,
level without increase during future
pay raises until such time as 15 per-
cent of the attained base salary
exceeds the dollar amount of the
differential.
Three key provisions: Anyone who
is the head of a household will
receive the 15 percent differential;
place of employment (locally or in
the States) has no bearing; no
differential will be paid dependents.
In accord with the July 20 freeze
on the dollar amount of differential
individuals then employed were
receiving, the amount of this differen-
tial will be added to any base pay to
which he is entitled. Base pay in-
creases will be continued.
The new regulations follow:
(a) An overseas, tropical differen-
tial for United States citizen em-


ployees who qualify under the provi- ident of the Canal Zone or the
sions of paragraph (b) of this section Republic of Panama who is under
shall be fixed by the head of each 21 years of age and unmarried or
department in an amount equal to who, regardless of age or maritaI
15 percent of the aggregate compen- status, does not maintain a separate
station established under 1204.10 household.
and 1204.11. Such differential will be (c) Notwithstanding the provi-
reviewed periodically by the Sec- sions of paragraphs (a) or (b) of
retary of the Army and adjusted to this section, each U.S. citizen em-
the extent necessary to furnish a ployee in service on the effective date
suitable incentive in recruitment of of this revised section, shall retain
qualified personnel and to provide as a fixed tropical differential an
pay benefits substantially equal to amount equal to 25 percent of the
those accorded U.S. citizens em- aggregate compensation established
played by the Federal Government under 1204.10 and 1204.11 for
in comparable foreign areas. the grade and pay step to which he
(b) The tropical differential shall was assigned on July 20, 1964, or if
be paid to employees who are U.S. employed after that date, for the
citizens except those in the following grade and pay step to which he
categories: would have been assigned had he
(1) A married woman whose been employed on July 20, 1964.
husband resides in the Canal Zone or Calculation of the fixed differential
the Republic of Panama. This exclu- shall be made without reference to
sion shall not apply to such a married any retroactive pay increases author-
woman iT e-establishes to the ized subsequent to July 20, 1964. In
satisfaction of her department that: the event the employee's aggregate
(i) Her husband is phsicallorcompensation is reduced after July20,
l incapable ofis psuic ort. 1964, by reason of demotion or other-
entally incapable of slf-supprt. wise, his fixed differential shall be
(ii) She is legally separated: or adjusted upon the effective date of
(iii) -er huand is perc" this revised section, or when such
dependent upon her for his support.
(2) A child or stepchild of a res- (Continued on p. 4)


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


October 16, 1964


---PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS

Employees promoted or transfer- Maintenance Division MARINE BUREAU
red between August 5, 1964 and Waldo B. Gilley, General Foreman Navigation Division
September 5, 1964 (within grade pro- (Public Works) to Chief Foreman Martin Annen, Pilot, Probationary,
motions and job reclassification are (Building and Public Works). to Pilot.
not listed). Aubrey H. Michael, Construction Mauricio Quir6s, Laborer (Heavy) to

INTERNAL SECURITY Inspector (General) to Lead Fore- Warehouseman.
William E. Lebrun, Supervisory Per- man (Public Works and Construe- Prince M. Grant, Warehouseman to
soel Security Specialist to Se- tion Maintenance). Launch Dispatcher.
purity ist Luis Hooper, Electrician, Electrical Edgar R. McCollin, Line Handler to
curity Officer (Assistant Chief of ,.,., t ,,. g,,,,, (,,.h


Internal Security).
Jim B. Hinkle, Security Specialist to
Supervisory Personnel Security
Specialist.

CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Schools Division
Charles L. Latimer, Dean, Canal
Zone College, to Assistant Director
of Schools.
Victor A. Herr, Instructor, Canal
Zone College, to Supervisor (Mu-
sic U.S. Schools).
Marilyn L. Flynn, Teacher, U.S.
Schools to Director, Special Ed-
ucation.
Glenn E. Murphy, Instructor, Canal
Zone College, to Assistant Dean,
Canal Zone College.
Doris M. Hunt, Substitute teacher,
U.S. Schools, to Teacher, Elemen-
tary, U.S. Schools.
Constancia H. Fyfe, Substitute teach-
er, L.A. Schools, to Teacher, L.A.
Elementary Schools.
Albert Small, Laborer (Cleaner) to
Leader Laborer (Cleaner).

Fire Division
Frances D. Jones, Clerical Assistant
(stenography) to Administrative
Assistant.

Police Division
Sylvan A. Welty, Police Private to
Police Sergeant, Cristobal.
Mary T. Lavallee, Clerk-Stenograph-
er to Clerical Assistant (Sten-
ography).

Postal Division
Arthur L. Endicott, Assistant Post-
master to Postmaster, Cristobal.

ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Electrical Division
Harold J. Million, Supervisory Hi-
drologist to Assistant Chief Hydro-
grapher. Meteorological and Hy-
drographic Branch.
Elmer Kanz, Supervisory Hydraulic
Engineering Technician to Super-
visory Hydrologist, Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch.
Yukio Kobashigawa, Electronic
Mechanic to Electronic Technician
(General).
Kenneth M. Jorgensen, Hydraulic
Engineering Technician to Super-
visory Hydraulic Engineer, Me-
teorological and Hydrographic
Branch.
Thomas C. Robertson, Leader Elec-
trician (Lineman) to Lead Fore-
man (Cablesplicing and Electrical
Distribution).
James W. Morris, Electrical Equip-
ment Repairman to Electrician.
Lisle E. Gorham, Central Office Re-
pairman to Lead Foreman Central
Office Repairman.
Roberto E. Benn, Apprentice (Radio
Mechanic) (1st Year) to Appren-
tice (Radio Mechanic) 2d Year).
Birdie Hele, Clerk Stenographer to
Clerical Assistant (Stenography).

Engineering Division
Frank H. Robinson, Construction
Inspector to Supervisory Survey-
ing Technician.
Gladstone B. Gordon, Clerk-Typist
to File Clerk (Typing).

Dredging Division
James E. Hayden, Master, Towboat,
to Master, Towboat, Salvage.
Randall L. Deakins, Apprentice
(Electrician) 1st Year to Appren-
tice (Electrician) 2d Year.
Albert E. Johnson, Toolroom Attend-
ant to Navigational Aid Mainte-
nanceman.


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I



~1


vIs i 1son,o oL eat erhiUec t rican. tl-aulU i/.
Isaac N. Burgess, Machinist (Main- Alton C. Grant, Laborer (Heavy) to
tenance) to Leader Machinist Line Handler.


Pedro Silva R., Laborer (Cleaner),
Community Services, to Line


(Maintenance).
Jaime L. Martinez, Truck Driver
(Heavy) to Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning Plant Operator.
Eric A. Bennet, Stevedore, Terminals
Division, to Cement Finisher.
Darnley Beckles, Truck Driver, Mo-
tor Transportation Division, to
Carpenter.
Seldon E. Shambo, Maintenanceman
to Carpenter.
Gabriel Gutierrez P., Cement Finish-
er (Maintenance) to Lock Division,
to Cement Finisher.
Lorenzo A. Anderson, Paver to Ce-
ment Finisher.
Enos Williams, Oscar L. Ellis, Sea-
man, Navigation Division to Car-
penter.
Roberto Beausoleil, Quarryman to
Cement Finisher.
Manuel Dominguez, Asphalt or Ce-
ment Worker to Cement Finisher.
Pastor Osorio P., Helper Painter to
Carpenter.
Halden Thomas R., Stockman, Sup-
ply Division to Carpenter.
Silverio Castillo, Helper Machinist
to Carpenter.
Theophilus C. Omeaire, Laborer
(Cleaner), Division of Preventive
Medicine and Quarantine, to Car-
penter.
Joseph Francis, Helper Machinist to
Pipefitter.
Walter Bedford, Warehouseman to
Stockman.

Supply Division
Lemuel C. Pryce, Stockman to Guard.
Agustin Brito M., Helper Lock Oper-
ator, Lock Division, to Guard.
Manuel M. Vence, Helper Machinist
to Pipefitter.
Nicacio Baloi, Laborer (Heavy) to
Pipelayer.
Jos6 Rios, Sebastian Robles P., La-
borer to Laborer (Heavy).
Melvin P. Allen, Utility Worker, Sup-
ply Division, to Laborer.
Ralston A. Kirton, Messenger, Sup-
ply Division, to Laboratory Helper.

HEALTH BUREAU
Coco Solo Hospital
Jos6 H. Vela, Medical Radiology
Technician (Diagnostic) to Super-
visory Medical Radiology Tech-
nician.
Charles H. Lowe, Linehandler, Locks
Division, to Laboratory Helper.

Corozal Hospital
Dorothy A. Quintero, Staff Nurse
(Obstetrics) to Head Nurse (Psy-
chiatry).
Inez C. Swafford, Staff Nurse (Med-
icine and Surgery) to Head Nurse
(Phychiatry).
Omar L. Franklin, Medical Officer
to Medical Officer (General Prac-
tice).
Shirely M. Pawley, Staff Nurse (Med-
icine and Surgery) to Staff Nurse
(Operating Room).
Jorge M. Medina, Assistant Cook to
Cook.

Supply Division
Alfonso Alvarado M., Food Service
Worker to Ward Service Aid.

Division of Sanitation
Angel Jimenez, Railroad Trackman,
Railroad Division, to Laborer
(Heavy-Pest Control).
Ladislao Rodriguez, Railroad Track-
man, Railroad Division, to Labor-
er (Heavy Pest Control).


-m




John A. Michaelis, Clerk of the Balboa Magistrate's Court, left, examines
a model traffic courtroom with James P. Economos, director of the annual
regional traffic court conference held recently at Emory University Law
School in Atlanta, Ga. Michaelis, who is in the United States on leave,
attended the conference, which is planned to help traffic court judges and
prosecutors increase their effectiveness in administering justice. It is open
to judges, prosecutors and other traffic court officials.


At The Movies


Handler.

Industrial Division
James B. Shaffer, Machinist (Ma-
rine) to Inspector (Elevators and
Cranes).
Berton I. Knight, Clerk, Corozal
Hospital, to Timekeeper (Typing).

Locks Division
Albert F. Pate, Control House Oper-
ator to General Foreman (Lock
Operation-Electrical).
J. C. Dyer, Lock Operator (Elec-
trician) to Safety Inspector, Office
of the Director.
Fred V. Ferguson, Apprentice (Paint-
er) (3d Year) to Painter.
Clarence A. Lambert, Timekeeper to
Teletypist.
Percy Small, Line Handler to Time-
keeper.

OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
Budget and Rates Division
Frederick L. Denton, Business An-
alyst (Rates) to Management An-
alyst.

Accounting Policies and
Procedures Staff
Jacquelyn R. Ward, Clerk-Stenogra-
pher, Administrative Services, to
Clerk-Stenographer.
Rudolph E. Michell, Bookkeeping
Machine Operator to Digital Com-
puter Programer.

SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICES
Office of the General Manager
Charles N. Norris, Budget and Ac-
counting Analyst to Supervisory
Accountant.
Frank L. Ostrander, Retail Store De-
partment Manager to Assistant Re-
tail Store Manager.
Wilford R. Dixon, Retail Store Man-
agement Assistant to Assistant Re-
tail Store Manager.
Community Services Division
Ovidio GonzAlez, Laborer to Tree
Trimmer.

Supply Division
Carlton Dawkins, Conrad A. Usher,
Warehouseman to Stockman.
Clarence V. Markland, Scrap Mate-
rials Sorter to Melter.
Dave E. White, General Foreman
Stockman to Supervisory Storage
Officer.
Ruben Olmos B., Food Service Work-
er to Assistant Meat Cutter.
Oscar Powers, Laborer to Ware-
houseman.
Fulgencio De Le6n, Utility Worker
to Sales Clerk.
Francisca Rachel, Utility Worker to
Counterwoman.
Carlos McFarlane, Meat Cutter As-
sistant to Warehouseman (Cold
Storage).
Hubert M. Fulwood, Laborer (Clean-
er) to Utility Worker.
Modesta 0. Anderson, Counterwom-
an to Sales Checker.

TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Terminals Division
Inedio Ceballos, Winchman to Lead-
er (Ship Stevedoring).
Agustin Ruiz R., Helper Electrician,
Motor Transportation, to Guard.
Jorge D. Denkley, Utility Worker,
Supply Division, to Laborer
(Heavy).
Ram6n Cerrud A., Laborer (Cleaner)
to Line Handler.


Page 2


Week Beginning Saturday,
October 17, 1964

BALBOA *
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.Sun., 2:40, 6:15, 8:15-Mon., 7:30-
Man In The Middle
Tues., 7:30-Children Of The Damned
Wed., 7:30-The Day And The Hour
Thurs., 7:30-Wall Of Noise
Fri., 7:30-The Nine Lives Of Elfego Baca
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Saturday night-Sunday In New York
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-55 Days At
Peking
Tues.-Nightmare
Wed.-Any Number Can Win
Thurs.-That Night
Fri.-Stampede At Bitter Creek
Friday, Owl Show 10:00 p.m.-Mystery
Street
GAMBOA
Saturday night 8:15 p.m.-Never So Few
Sunday-Amazons Of Rome
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Any Number Can Win
Wed.-Nightmare
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-55 Days At Peking
COCO SOLO*
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Too Hot To Handle
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-The Leopard
Tues.-Law And Disorder
Wed.-Thurs.-Move Over, Darling
Fri.-A Yank In Viet Nam
MARGARITA *
Saturday night-Rally Round The Flag
Boys
Sun., 2 p.m. Matinee-The Magnificent
Seven
Sunday night-Monday 7:00-America,
America
Tues.-Beyond A Reasonable Doubt
Wed.-Wild River
Thurs.-Kiss Of The Vampire
Fri.-Never So Few


OTHERS
William C. York, Mechanical En-
gineer, Engineering Division.
Ralph Shuey, Postmaster, First Class
Office, Postal Division.
Gerald Lavigne, Industrial Engineer,
Industrial Division.
Thomas J. Burbine, Security Special-
ist, Internal Security.
Norma E. Braden, Administrative
Assistant, Supply Division.
Margaret B. Zeimetz, Clerk-Sten-
ographer, Civil Affiairs Bureau.
Shirley H. Barca, Travel Expense
Claims Examiner, General Audit
Division.
Donald Ponder, Marine Traffic Con-
troller, Navigation Division.
Burton F. Mead, Accounting Tech-
nician, Accounting Division.
Dorothy Hannigan, Medical Clerk
(Stenography), Corgas Hospital,
Health Bureau.
George A. Mercier, Graduate Intern
(Business Administration), Supply
and Community Service Bureau.
Juan B. Telesca, Surveying Aid, En-
gineering Division.
Verena B. Nicholas, Clerk, Supply
Division.
Lewis Charles, Meat Cutter, Supply
Division.
Josine D. Smith, Clerk-Typist, Divi-
sion of Schools.
Gloria Frasier, Clerk-Typist, Division
of Schools.


Fri., Owl Show 10 p.m.-Grounds For
Marriage
GATUN *
Saturday night-Hootenanny.Hoot
Sunday 2:00 p.m. Matinee-A Hard Day's
Night
Sunday night-Sunday In New York
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Kiss Of The Vampire
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Wild River
Fri.-America, America
*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.


Special Matinees

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1964
BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.--Watch The Birdie-
A good slapstick comedy, starring Red
Skelton and Arlene Dahl (75 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-Kim-Errol
Flynn, Dean Stockwell: Rudyard Ki-
pling's fabulous romantic adventure.
In color. (120 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-A Guy Named Joe-
Spencer Tracy: A combination of ro-
mance, comedy, and war action of the
USAF fighting pilots. (126 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Angels In The Out-
field-Paul Douglas: Comedy fantasy of
a big league baseball manager.
(110 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-The Young Land
Pat Wayne: A tale of strife in a border
town.
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Devil Goddess-A
jungle adventure with plenty of action.
Starring Johnny Weissminuller.
(75 min.)


Deadline Nears

For Dependent

Life Insurance
October 31 is the deadline for
non-U.S. citizen employees to enroll
for dependent life insurance.
This addition to their basic policy
offers:
BENEFIT
$1,500 Spouse (any age)
$500 Each child (ages 2 years, but
less than 19 years)
PREMIUM
75 cents biweekly ($1.08 biweekly
for teachers)
Total, for any size family.
A distribution of enrollment cards
and information is being made by
the Group Insurance Board for those
who have not yet taken advantage
of this opportunity.



SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SP1LLWVAY 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 themn and may be reprinted without
official clearance.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor of the Canal Zone
DAVID S. PARKER
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK R. BALDWIN
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PANAMAS CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, alboa Heights, C.Z.








October 16, 1964


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


SCN-TV SCHEDULE
SUNDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Parade of Sports
3:30-Sunday
4:30-Wonderful World of Golf
5:30- This Is The Life
6:00-Close Up
6:15- Newsreel
6:30-Football Scoreboard
7:00-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00--Joey Bishop Show
9:30-Meaning Of Communism
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15- Sacred Heart
10:30-Movie Time:
'Storm in a Teacup"
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
8:30-Stump The Stars
9:00- Mr. Adam & Eve
9:30-Markham
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Science Report
10:30- Steve Alien
TUESDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30-American Business
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 -
"Bell Telephone Hour"
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Greatest Dramas
10:30-Armchair Theater
"Grand Canyon"
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-Dance Party
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-To Tell the Truth
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Headlines
7:30-Star Playhouse
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Desilu Playhouse:
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Science Report
10:30- Tonight
THURSDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-True Adventure
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-Social Security In Action
10:30-Chevy Mystery Hour
FRIDAY
3:00-SCN NEWS
3:05-How Many Homes
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Science In Action
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Ripcord
7:30-Price Is Right
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Royal Playhouse
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-Friday Nite Movie
"Dante's Inferno"
SATURDAY
1:00- SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:50-Frontier Boy
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
3:00- Sports Time
3:30-CBS Sport Spectacular
4:00-Pro Bowlers Tour
5:00-American Bandstand
6:00-SCN NEWS (English)
6:15- BILLBOARD
6:30-SCN Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:00-Ted Mack
7:30-Target
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Ann Southern
8:30-King of Diamonds
9:00-Lawrence Welk
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Bowling From Balboa
11:15-Wrestling from Hollywood


New First Aid Class

Starts Monday Night

A new First Aid Class will be
started by W. Gordon, Canal Zone
Red Cross instructor, at a meeting of
the Paraiso Civil Defense Corps to
be held at the Paraiso High School
on Monday, October 19, at 7:30 p.m.
Residents of Paraiso and Pedro
Miguel interested in First Aid are
invited to attend.


CONSTANT CONTEST: INFLOW vs. OUTGO



Records, Records, More Records


A modest unit credited with hav-
ing saved the Panama Canal orga-
nization about a half million dollars
celebrated its 10th anniversary this
month. On October 7, 1954, it was
announced that the Administrative
Services Division had opened an
Agency Records Center in Build-
ing 9-A, Balboa, for the primary
purpose of providing economical
storage for noncurrent records.
The building had storage capacity
for about 6,000 cubic feet of rec-
ords kept in cardboard cartons on
steel shelving, but space soon proved
inadequate. As the custodians of
records in PanCanal units became
aware of savings in office space and
file equipment to be gained by using
the center, accessions came pouring
in and the walls bulged.
Today, 10 years and two moves
later, the center is located in Build-
ing 42-D on Diablo Road. In this
warehouse-type structure are now
stored about 26,500 cubic feet of
records. Keeping this volume of rec-
ords at the center is an estimated
$73,000 a year cheaper than keeping
it in office space.
Only a few groups of records are
retained indefinitely. During each
of the past 2 years, the volume of
records disposed of from the center
has slightly exceeded the intake vol-


ume. Most records are destroyed at
the end of specified retention periods
published in records control sched-
ules. Some paper records are micro-
filmed before destruction and the
filmed copies are retained.
When a records disposal job is
scheduled at the center, a report of
disposition is sent to the original cus-
todian of the records. Even though
destruction is authorized in a rec-
ords control schedule, no record at
the center is disposed of without first
getting the signed approval of the
custodian on this report.
"When records are properly sched-
uled, there's seldom a problem about
their disposition," says William S.
Wigg, chief of the records manage-
ment staff under which the center
operates. "But before we had an
Agency Records Center, people en-
gaged in the office space race some-
times arbitrarily and illegally threw
away important records material.
We still suffer from some of those
disposals."
In an average year, employees of
the center fill about 17,500 refer-
ence requests. Each office that trans-
fers records to the center receives a
copy of a shelf list on which the of-
fice's records are identified and loc-
ated by shelf number. Referral to
this list gives the exact location.


Shelf lists are amended as necessary
when disposals occur.
D. F. Mead, who has supervised
the center since it was established,
reminisced about the reference serv-
ice. "Over the past 10 years, there
have been a few times-a very few-
when we couldn't locate a record
we were supposed to have. To bal-
ance that, we've located plenty of
tough ones where the requester
wasn't sure exactly what he wanted
or where the record should be. We
can't afford to describe a record
wrong on a shelf list'or make a mis-
take in refiling at the center.
"After all, if the records here were
in 4-drawer file cabinets, we'd need
over 4,400 of them, and side-by-side
the cabinets would extend over a
mile. Laid end-to-end the paper in
those cabinets would stretch from
here to London, England-traveling
west. Imagine trying to find a link
in that chain without knowing its
longitude and latitude."
As might be expected, the largest
users of center facilities are the paper
mills of the organization. Records
.of the Office of the Comptroller, the
Personnel Bureau, the Health Bu-
reau, and the Administrative Serv-
ices Division constitute the bulk of
the volume held. Almost every com-
ponent of the organization, however,
uses the center's facilities to some
extent.


Francis A. Cutkelvin returns a
records carton to the stacks.

ter is modest in size, its functions are
obviously not so modest in scope.
Over the 10-year period since its in-
ception, it has relieved many offices
of their records headaches and ma-
tured as an accepted and effective
service operation.


Besides maintaining records, the
center stores and makes official dis- CargO Tonnage
tribution of most agency publications, ge
including regulatory and information- U J 1/2 Million
al circulars and booklets, revisable P


In the Agency Records Center office, G.M. Jackman takes a telephone re-
quest for reference service, Henry Olton and acting supervisor W.E. Dodd
discuss shelf space, and Cuthbert M. Josiah collates a publication.


Rainbow City Band


"Despedida" Set


Queen To Be Crowned For Frank Lerchen


Coronation of Miss Della Sayles
as Queen Della I of the Rainbow City
High School Band is scheduled for
Saturday evening in the Rainbow
City Gymnasium, with the program
to start at 8 p.m.
This will be the climax of the re-
cent Band Queen Contest sponsored
by the Rainbow City Band Parents
Association in aid of the band. The
committee in charge is arranging a
program. The public is cordially
invited.


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.


A "despedida" for Frank H. Ler-
chen, Assistant Engineering and
Construction Director, will be given
by his friends at the Administra-
tion Building cafeteria Friday, Oc-
tober 30, at 4:15 p.m. Lerchen, who
is retiring from Panama Canal serv-
ice, will leave the Isthmus the fol-
lowing day.
Everyone who knows Frank Ler-
chen is invited to attend, and the
guests are told there will be "no
gift, no speeches, no collection."
Those planning to be present at
the "despedida" are asked to tel-
ephone Joe Watson, Balboa 4126, or
Carl Browne, Balboa 3321.


The weatherman was wrong on
his forecasts so often he was public-
ly embarrassed and applied for a
transfer. "Why do you wish to be
transferred?" came the query from
headquarters. "Because the climate
here doesn't agree with me," he
replied.


manuals, and the Canal Zone Code.
Among the many distribution lists
for which address plates are main-
tained, the Navigation Regulations,
the Annual Report, and Part 1 of
the Official Tariff get the largest reg-
ular circulation. Currently, the Nav-
igation Regulations and amendments
are being sent to about 2,000 ad-
dressees, mostly shipping lines, ship-
ping agents, and shipyards, all over
the world.
The center is the interim location
for one additional function. A serv-
ice tracing unit is engaged in check-
ing the service, mostly through old
time and payrolls, of employees for
whom consolidated service records
at one time were not kept. The in-
formation obtained from these serv-
ice checks is used in detennrmining re-
tention and retirement rights of such
employees.
Though the Agency Records Cen-


Cargo carried through the Pan-
ama Canal during fiscal year 1964 hit
an all-time high, according to official
figures compiled for the 12-month
period ending June 30. Commercial
and U.S. Government ships of all
sizes carried 71,273,591 long tons
through the Canal, nearly 8 mil-
lion more than the previous fiscal
year of 1963, when cargo tonnage
totaled 63,371,426 long tons.
The last cargo record was set in
fiscal year 1962 when the 12-month
total came to 68,650,970 for ocean-
going commercial and Government-
owned ships.
As in previous recent years, ships
flying the flags of Norway, Great
Britain and West Germany stood
second, third and fourth respectively
as users of the Canal in fiscal year
1964. Ships of the U.S. merchant
marine were numerous, with a total
of 1,695 transits during the year.


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For performance of his duties with the Panama Canal in a manner that has
been "a credit to his home state of Kentucky," J. Patrick Conley has been
appointed a Kentucky Colonel by Kentucky Governor Edward T. Breathitt.
Conley, Assistant Executive Secretary, is shown above, left, after presenta-
tion of the appointment certificate by Governor Fleming. Others of the Canal
Zone Governor's staff present for the ceremony were, left to right, John
D. Hollen, Robert S. Jeffrey, and Paul M. Runnestrand, shown with Governor
Fleming, right. Conley and the Kentucky governor were friends while
attending the University of Kentucky Law School and shared experiences
at national political conventions before Conley joined the Canal organization
some 10 years ago.







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


October 16, 1964


Old Copies Of Review


Library "Book Bait"


Recent acquisition of some wel-
come "book bait" has put the Canal
Zone Library-Museum in the posi-
tion of being able to acquire needed
books and back issues of magazines.
The "bait" is thousands of back
issues of The Panama Canal Review,
dating back to 1950, made available
to the library through the Informa-
tion Office.
The entire downstairs workroom
in the Civil Affairs Building has been
bulging with them. Packages of Re-
views were stacked on top of book
shelves to the ceiling, under tables,
and in every available spot.
The library staff is suffering the
inconvenience for a purpose: for the
privilege of having excellent ex-
change material on hand. The library
long has been eager for excess local
material to use in setting up an ex-
change program with other libraries.
The exchange program will work
this way, explains Mrs. Eleanor
Burnham, Librarian-Curator:


A "HORCE"?


Notes Say Thanks

For Happy Time

At Summit Gardens
"Dear Governor, Thank you for
the happy time at Summit Gardens-
from your friend, Alejandra M.
Cufre."
This was among 22 notes sent to
Governor Fleming and the guide
who showed them around Summit
recently.
Grade IIB of the Instituto Pan
Americano made the tour. Upon
return to classes and their paper and
pencils, members of the class wrote
"thank you" notes. Many were ac-
companied by interesting art work
of the animals and birds as inter-
preted by 6 and 7-year-olds.
Most were enchanted by the alli-
gators basking in the lily pond.
Others were thrilled by the variety
of animals and birds, from the spider
monkey, ocelot and giant anteater
to the beautiful tropical birds. Either
Mancho or Gato was depicted by
one as a "horce," which might come
as a surprise to the burro. Anyway,
both charmed all the children. The
three red deer also drew special at-
tention, along with other inhabitants
of the various animal enclosures.

Tropical Differential
(Continued from p. 1)
demotion occurs, whichever is later,
to the rate which he would have
retained had he been assigned the
lower grade or pay step on July 20,
1964. The retained rate of tropical
differential shall continue to be paid
only until one of the following events
occurs:
(1) There is a break in service of
one day or more;
(2) A two-year period had elapsed
since the effective date of this revised
section, and the employee is at that
time, or thereafter becomes, ineligible
to receive the differential under the
conditions prescribed by paragraph
(b) of this section; or
(3) The employee becomes eligi-
ble for the same or a greater amount
of differential under paragraphs
(a) and (b) of this section.
(d) An employee may be paid
tropical differential under this section
only to the extent that such pay-
ment, when combined with his
aggregate compensation established
under 1204.10 and 1204.11, does
not exceed the rate of $24,445 a year.


"We shall write to libraries in the
United States or elsewhere announc-
ing that we can provide back issues
of The Panama Canal Review in ex-
change for back issues of their pe-
riodicals or excess books.
"Since all libraries have "want
lists" and the Canal Zone Library is
no exception, we shall include a copy
of our "want list" with the offer.
When a library accepts, it will send
us material which we have been
searching for and we shall send them
copies of the Review. Except for
transportation charges which the re-
ceiving library pays, no funds are
involved."
In the United States many libra-
ries publish studies in a series or, in
the case of a university library, use
publications of the university press
for exchange purposes.
Thus, through the exchange pro-
gram, the library here will benefit
and the Panama Canal story will be
told more widely through the Review
articles reaching a larger audience.
In similar fashion, hundreds of
back issues of the Spanish edition of
the Review have been accepted for
distribution by the Biblioteca Nacio-
nal de Panama. These also will be
used in an exchange program with
foreign libraries, making it possible
to acquire new foreign publications
to be placed at the disposal of the
reading public.
Others will be sent to libraries in
Interior towns and to public and
private schools and colleges which
might be interested. Arrival of the
stacks of Spanish Review copies also
strained temporary storage facilities,
which already were well filled with
donations of books as a result of
Panama's Book Week last month.



Registration Open


For Little League

Pacific Little League registration
blanks are available from gym
teachers at schools. They must be
completed by parent or guardian
and returned to teachers not later
than October 30. Any boy whose
birthday falls between April 1, 1952,
and March 31, 1957, is eligible to
play.
All boys except those who play-
ed on one of the Pacific Little Lea-
gue teams last year must register
if they wish to play. Farm League
and Minor League players of the
Pacific side must register and try
out to be placed on a team.
Tryouts for registered players will
be the week of November 9. Further
information may be obtained by
calling C. R. Harris, Balboa 3514.


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The new home economics equipment in the Balboa High School Home Economics Department was put to practical
use last week when the Cooking Lab was the scene of a get-together of home economics teachers with Dr. Ken-
neth E. Lake, coordinator of curriculum. Mrs. T. Dayle Norton, (far left) teacher of Home Economics I and III,
and Mrs. Charles L. Latimer (second from left), teacher of Home Economics I and II at Balboa High School,
were hostesses to the Cristobal High and Diablo Junior High School Home Economics teachers. The hostesses
are shown with Dr. Lake, Miss Sophie McLimans, Home Economics teacher in the Cristobal Junior-Senior High
School, and (far right) Mrs. Edgar Hedden, household arts teacher at the Diablo Junior High School. The
teachers, at the get-together, discussed home economics programs, proposed changes in teaching objectives, and
recommendations of equipment to implement the objectives.


SS CRISTOBAL


(Continued from p. 1)
crew. And with TV, bridge, and
books, the extra days were whiled
away.
The weather was fairly nice, but
cloudy, when the SS Cristobal left
New Orleans, but as the day wore
on the winds became stronger, one
of the passengers recalled. Then, at
Pilottown the notice was posted that
the ship would remain at anchor until
further notice. Sunday afternoon
brought high winds, said another
passenger, who added that the ship
turned clockwise while anchored. "It
was confusing," he added. "A house
would .be on one side and then a few
hours later that same house would be
on the other side of us." The back-
lash, everyone agreed, was stronger
than the storm as far as the Cristobal
was concerned.
The SS Cristobal sailed from the
Port of Cristobal for New Orleans
Friday night, October 9. The vessel
was to depart New Orleans Octo-
ber 15 and will arrive back in Cris-
tobal October 19, one day later than
originally scheduled. The SS Cris-
tobal will leave northbound Octo-
ber 20, instead of October 19, and
will arrive in New Orleans a day later
than scheduled, on October 24.
Starting with the next sailing, on
October 27, the ship will revert to
its normal sailing schedule.


BROUSInG


COLLECTIOn


By Eleanor Burnham


Everyone in this House Makes
Babies is not another Peyton Place
but tells of the life of Sheila Solomon
Klass, the wife of an anthropologist
on a year's study grant in a village
in Trinidad. Mrs. Klass considered
this year a "short, happy idyll of
the West Indies" and writes warmly
of the many friends she and her
husband made there. Her own baby,
born in the house whose, tradition
provides the title for the book, is
regarded with amused curiosity by
the descendants of the East Indian
settlers where Dr. Klass was writ-
ing. Their amusing comments on
the Dr. Spock methods of baby care
add to this gently humorous auto-
biography.
The Best American Short Stories,
1964; edited by Martha Foley and
David Burnett, like its predecessors
contains not only stories from well-
known magazines by such establish-
ed authors as Robert Penn Warren
and Bernard Malamud but also in-
cludes the work of newer writers
from small literary magazines. This
is a fine collection of readable short
stories of literary merit.
The Emperor's Pearl is a different


Theatre Guild |

Play Opening

This Evening p
The Theatre Guild will present its '
opening performance of Sunday In
New York this evening at the air-
conditioned theater in Ancon. The
play will run from October 16
through October 24, except on
Sunday. Curtain time is 8 p.m.
In this bubbly comedy of light-
hearted dialogue one of the heroine's
first acts, on arriving in the New York
apartment in which she hopes to
entertain callers, is to place her
mother's bathrobe forbiddingly in
the living room although her mother j
has remained in Albany.


Reservations for Sunday In New Gloria Green (Eileen Taylor) and Don Wilcox (her brother, Adam) in a scene
York may be made by calling Balboa from "Sunday In New York," the Theatre Guild production that opens this
3786 any evening from 7 to 10 p.m. evening at the Theatre Guild playhouse in Ancon.


sort of mystery by Robert Van Gu-
lik. The setting of these tales is
China during the 7th century Tang
dynasty. "Judge Dee" is an actual
legendary Sherlock Holmes figure of
China. The book has several pen
and ink sketches of Judge Dee drawn
by the author.
The Real Voice is a fully doc-
umented account of Congress at
work. It covers the late Senator Es-
tes Kefauver's investigation of the
drug industry and the battle over a
new law to protect the American
public. The story is told by Richard
Harris, a New Yorker staffer, who
first published parts of it in the
magazine. In his acknowledgment,
Harris says that a year or so before
Kefauver died he let Harris in on
"what he called 'the ins and outs,
the ups and downs, and the dirty
dealings' that characterized the
years-to get an effective drug bill
through Congress." Harris has made
a fascinating story of all this which
makes much more exciting reading
than the Congressional Record.
The Lost City is a nostalgic novel
by John Gunther with Vienna of
the 1930's as its background. The
characters are marvelously well-
drawn and are interestingly present-
ed against the newspaper colony
locale there prior to World War II.
Although most people think of
Gunther as a reporter rather than
as a novelist, this book comes off well.
The Fortress is another in a long
list of successful historical novels by
Catherine Gavin. This is the love
story of the skipper of an American
ship from Portland, Maine, and a
beautiful Finnish girl. There are bat-
tles at sea, sophisticated life in Pa-
ris and St. Petersburg, and scenes in
the Finnish countryside. This story
should please historical fans since it
is smoothly written and full of ac-
tion. Dr. Gavin's previous historical
novels have included Madeleine and
The Cactus and the Crown.

Last Week's Visitors
Visitors to Miraflores Locks 1,239
Visitors to Gatun Locks 151
Transits:
Athenic ____ __ 85
Northern Star .-- -_-_1,200
Rossini 450
Verdi ---- -... 400
Tours on Las Cruces (4 trips)
Passengers ..... 215
Tours on Reina Manuelita II
(1 trip) Passengers 25
Tours to Water Purification
Plant (2) Guests 150
Toa1,1


Page 4


Total


3,915





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EL CANAL DE PANAMA


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Vol. III, No. 17 50 Aios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 16 deOctubre de 1964


CASI EN SU META, EL F.U.

INAUGURAL FERIA ESTA NOCHE
Al sobrepasar el Canal de PanamA su meta de $73.800 durante la semana,
la atenci6n de los encargados de la campaila del Fondo Unido ha quedado
ahora enfocada sobre la Feria Comercial del Fondo Unido que se inaugura
en Corozal esta noche. Funcionarios del Fondo Unido confian en que el total
final de contribuciones del PanCanal excederA los $85.000 lo que seria un
valioso aporte hacia la meta de $142.500.


El Vicegobernador David S.
Parker, en ausencia del Gobernador
titular, felicity a la Direcci6n de
Marina por ser esa la primera depen-
dencia important en sobre suscribir
la cuota asignada de $16.200. A la
saz6n los 6bolos de esa agencia supe-
raban los $17.000 y todavia seguian
aumentando.
El despacho del Gobernador, la
Contraloria, la Direcci6n del Perso-
nal y algunas dependencias menores,
tambi;n habian logrado cubrir la
cuota que les fuera asignada.
El Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., cor-
tari la traditional cinta para marcar
la apertura de la Feria y Bazar esta
noche a las 7. El Presidente de la
C.mara de Comercio de Panama,
Roberto Eisenmann, hijo, y otros altos
funcionarios lo acompafiarin en ese
acto.
La Feria Comercial permanecera
abierta hasta el dia 31 de los corrien-
tes, de 6 de la tarde a 10 de la noche,
inclusive los fines de semana.
Entre las atracciones estA la exhi-
bici6n de los nuevos models de
autom6viles para 1965, asi como
exposici6n de products industriales,
tejidos, articulos de consumo, etc.,
de las mAs prestigiosas firmas comer-
ciales de PanamA. Para distrac-
ci6n de la nifiez y adults habri
various juegos y actos. Tambi6n se
expenderin refrescos y refrigerios.
Este afio se cobrari 10 centavos de
admisi6n al edificio de la Feria, pero
el boleto de entrada servirA para todos
los 14 dias de la exposici6n.
El Servicio de Guias de la
Zona del Canal, en asocio del
Institute Panameno de Turismo,
tendrdn un kiosco conjunto de


COPIES ATRASADAS

DEL "REVIEW" VAN

A LAS BIBLIOTECAS
La reciente adquisici6n hecha por
la Biblioteca-Museo de la Zona del
Canal de nulmero plural de Revistas
del Canal de Panama ha abierto el
camino para un fructifero canje que
redundard, indudablemente, en be-
neficio de sus asiduos lectores.
En efecto, el cuantioso volume
de revistas donado a la biblioteca por
la Oficina de Informaci6n, y que da-
tan desde el afio de 1950, es de su-
ma utilidad en el sentido indicado
arriba.
Igual donativo hizo la Oficina de
Informaci6n del Canal de Panama a
la Biblioteca Nacional de Panama,
donde se recibieron centenares y
centenares de Reviews, en castella-
no, que serAn distribuidos a biblio-
tecas diseminadas por todo el interior
de la Republica y, posiblemente, a
las de las escuelas piblicas y priva-
das que estuvieren interesadas.
La cantidad de revistas del Canal
de PanamA tambi6n permitirA a la
Biblioteca Nacional de aprovechar-
las para el canje de publicaciones
con otros organismos similares de
paises extranjeros, lo cual le benefi-
ciaria en cuanto al novedoso numero
de revistas y publicaciones que po-
drian asi engrosar las que ya tiene
a disposici6n del p6blico lector.
Tanto la Biblioteca-Museo de la
Zona del Canal como la Biblioteca
Nacional de PanamA se vieron lite-
ralmente inundadas de Reviews, en
nulmero tal que dificultaban el paso,
en sus salones de recibo de publica-
ciones. Los dep6sitos se veian atesta-
dos, prActicamente ocupando cuanto
espacio disponible hubiere.


exhibicidn en la Feria Comercial
del Fondo Unido.
Se dard preferencia en las
exhibiciones que alli se realiza-
rdn a destacar los puntos de inte-
res tanto en la Repdblica cuanto
en la Zona. Igualmente habrd
proyecciones cinematogrdficas y
de selectrovisi6n, asi como distri-
buci6n de folletos y otras publi-
caciones progagandisticas.
Los hermosos trajes paname-
hos estardn expuestos y conjun-
tos tipicos ofrecerdn bailes y
canciones folkl6ricas paname-
has. El midrcoles 21 de octubre
tocard a Lucho Azcdrraga entre-
tener a los visitantes con su
alegre musica.

Esta Noche a las 8

Estreno de "Domingo

En Nueva York" Aqui
El "Theatre Guild" presentarA
el estreno de Domingo en Nueva
York esta noche en el teatro con
aire acondicionado en Anc6n. La
obra se presentara desde el 16
hasta el 24 de octubre, con excep-
ci6n del domingo. La funci6n
comenzara a las 8 p.m.
Las reservaciones para Domingo
en Nueva York pueden hacerse
Ilamando a Balboa 3786 cualquier
noche de 7 a 10 p.m.


- '. .


mawI


Jarabe Tapatio bailado durante el Festival de Msisica reci6n celebrado en el diamante de pelota de Parafso.
Estudiantes de las escuelas intermedias de Paraiso y Rainbow City, luciendo trajes tipicos mexicanos, ofrecieron a la
concurrencia una exhibici6n de danzas folkl6ricas de Mexico, mereciendo entusiastas aplausos de la muchedumbre.


INICIAN CURSOS DE

PRIMEROS AUXILIOS
El Instructor de la Cruz Roja de la
Zona del Canal, Sr. W. Gordon, ini-
ciar, nuevo curso de Primeros Auxi-
lios durante sesi6n del Cuerpo de
Defense Civil de Paraiso que debe
celebrarse en la escuela secundaria
de esa comunidad el lunes 19 de este
mes a las 7:30 de la noche.
Residents de Pedro Miguel y de
Paraiso, interesados en tomar dicho
curso, quedan invitados a asistir.
El curso entero lleva 10 horas.


PASAJEROS DEL CRISTOBAL


RELATAN MOVIDA TRAVESIA


"El viento soplaba tan fuerte, que
esperAbamos ver de un moment a
otro a una vaca volando sobre noso-
tros," dijo uno de los pasajeros del
barco Crist6bal cuando el navio
atrac6 en Crist6bal el jueves pasado,
demorado 3 dias debido al huracin
Hilda. El Crist6bal sali6 de Nueva
Orleans el 1 de octubre, pero ancl6
en Pilottown en el Rio Mississippi
para esperar que amainara la furia de
la tormenta.
"La television result una gran
ayuda," dijo otro pasajero. "Obser-
vamos el progress de la tormenta, y
damos gracias a que estAbamos a
bordo del Crist6bal, en el Mississippi,
en vez de estar en Nueva Orleans
o cualquier otra Area de Louisiana,
especialmente cuando vimos todo el
dafio hecho. Aqui, a bordo, era como
estar en un hotel flotante."
Cuando el Crist6bal parti6 rumbo
a alta mar el lunes, con destino al
Puerto de Crist6bal, cientos de pAja-
ros, sorprendidos por los vientos del
huracin Hilda y llevados bien lejos
de sus nidos, se refugiaron en el
navio. Dos de los pasajeros, C. W.
Kilbey, superintendent del Ramo de
Centro de Servicios Comunales del
Canal de PanamA, y el Dr. Kenneth
Bloomberg, un oftalm6logo resident
en el Hospital Gorgas, establecie-
ron inmediatamente la "Operaci6n
Rescate de Pajaros."
Por lo menos 150 halcones, garzas,
dorales pequefios, picamaderos, tor-
dos-representantes de pajaros de
Louisiana, cayeron exhaustos en el
barco. Los rescatadores Kilbey y
Bloomberg forzaron a los pajaros a
alimentarse con harina de cereales,
jam6n picado y huevos revueltos
picados. Algunos no sobrevivieron a
la prueba, pero no pocos refugiados
comenzaron a demostrar interns en
la vida una vez mis.


Ocho dias es much tiempo para
un viaje. Pero los pasajeros conge-
niaron y los oficiales del barco dije-
ron que todos cooperaron y hubo
pocas quejas.
Hubo algunas caidas, tal como
sucede en cualquier tormenta en el
mar. Joe Cicero, ex jardinero de los
Medias Rojas de Boston, recibi6 la
sorpresa de su vida cuando su silla
rod6 con 61 por el piso cayendo apa-
ratosamente cuando el navio pas6 por
un mar embravecido mientras iba de
regreso. William Hollowell dijo que
iba a sentarse en el comedor cuando
hubo un bandazo y qued6 debajo
de la mesa. Se levant6 y cen6,
impertcrrito.
Relatan los pasajeros que en este
prolongado viaje recibieron una boni-
ficaciOn especial en el comedor. Reci-
bieron dos cenas especiales, una
similar a la del capitAn.
El lavado de ropa no fue pro-
blema alguno. Algo del lavado se
hizo en la lavanderia del barco y al
Ilegar el barco a Crist6bal recogi6 la
ropa lavada que habia sido dejada
en el Istmo durante el l1timo viaje.
El barco lleva solamente una peli-
cula para exhibirla a los pasajeros
durante un viaje, pero otra pelicula
tuvo que ser pedida prestada a la
tripulaci6n. Con TV, bridge y libros,
se pas6 el tiempo en los dias extras.
El Cristdbal sali6 de Crist6bal
rumbo a Nueva Orleans el viernes 9
de octubre por la noche y debia par-
tir de Nueva Orleans ayer para llegar
de regreso a Crist6bal el 19 de octu-
bre, un dia despues de lo sefialado
originalmente. El Cristdbal saldrA
rumbo al norte el 20 de octubre en
vez del 19, y llegarA a Nueva Orleans
un dia despuds de lo sefialado, el
24 de octubre. Comenzando con la
pr6xima partida, el 27 de octubre,
el barco volverA a su itinerario
normal.


"Muchas Gracias por Tiempo Feliz

Pasado en los Jardines de Summitt"

Escriben Escolares al Gobernador Fleming
En total son veintid6s cartitas del tenor del encabezado pero en
idioma ingles las que recibieron, tanto el Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., como el guia que sirvi6 de cicerone a
grupo de escolares del Instituto Panamericano de PanamA que visitaron
los jardines de Summit hace poco.
Muchas de las gentiles esquelas vienen adornadas con graciosos
dibujitos trazados por los nifios de entire 6 y 7 afios, quienes cursan el
Segundo Grado B del plantel citado arriba. Los dibujos muestran aves
o animals que vieron durante su paseo a los jardines de Summit.
La mayoria de los escolares quedaron fascinados al ver los lagartos
asoleAndose, mansa e incongruentemente, en el estanque de lirios. Otros
seguian con pupilas Avidas el revolotear de aves de vistoso plumaje, o
admiraban, por primera vez, un ocelote, un mono inquieto y juguet6n
o un oso hormiguero, gigantesco y hocicudo, o los tres venaditos de
cobriza piel.
Los apacibles burritos, Mancha y Gato, merecieron particulares
atenciones de los alegres escolares del IPA, quienes pasaron ratos de
solaz y esparcimiento, cabe la amable placidez del ambiente florido,
saturado de sutiles aromas de las plants tropicales.
Y, como dice la gentil Alejandra M. Cufre en su cartita, "Gracias a
usted, querido Gobemador, por el tiempo feliz en los jardines de Summit."


Elecciones Para Consejos Civicos
El Gobernador Robert J. Flem- solicitudes para adopci6n en agencies
ing, Jr., ha hecho un llamado a los de Estados Unidos.
empleados del Canal de PanamA para
que demuestren su interns civico en DOCUMENTAL
asuntos comunales aceptando las pos- DOCUMENTAL DEL
tulaciones que les fueren ofrecidas y CINCUENTENARIO
votando por los candidates de sus
simpatias para las elecciones que han Para permitir que una mayor
de celebrarse a principios del mes cantidad de personas tenga opor-
entrante para elegir a los integrantes tunidad de ver el nuevo documen-
de los Consejos Civicos de la Zona tal a colors del Cincuentenario
del Canal. del Canal de Panama, ha sido
Las elecciones estAn fijadas para el agregado a la funci6n regular en
4 de noviembre en las comunidades Balboa el sdbado, domingo y
estadounidenses y para el 10 de lunes, y en el Teatro de Rainbow
noviembre en las latinoamericanas. City el domingo y el lunes.
Algunas de las realizaciones de los Las horas de exhibici6n en
Consejos Civicos en los tres primeros Balboa son 2:30 y 8:15 p.m. el
trimestres del afio fueron: sdibado y el domingo y a las 7:30
p.m. el lunes. Se exhibird en el
Talleres escolares durante las vaca- Teatro de Rainbow City (en espa-
ciones; areas para romerias campes- iol) alas 7 p.m. el domingo y el
tres, para bogar y para nadar en lunes.
Gatin; mejoras urbanas en Pedro Es una pelecula documental de
Miguel; soluci6n de problems de actividades y ceremonies llevadas
seguridad en el Circulo Stevens; a cabo en la Zona del Canal du-
mejores sefiales para los visitantes al rate el mes de agosto con motive
Observatorio; servicio de embalaje de del cincuentenario de la aperture
paquetes para remitir por correo, es- del Canal. Fue editado y arre-
tablecido en el anexo de Utensilios glado por personal de la Seccidn
Caseros de Balboa; admisi6n de Grdfica y de la Oficina de Infor-
menores, a precious reducidos, en los macion.
matins de verano, Pascua y Cua- Copias de la pelicula, en inglds
resma, asi como en los de todos los y espanol, estdn disponibles, libres
sAbados; entrega a domicilio del dc cost, a travds de la Oficina
Miami Herald; sitio para estaciona- de Informacidn, para exhibirla
miento de 31 vehiculos en las inme- ante grupos. Tambidn pueden ha-
diaciones del Hospital Gorgas; y cerse arreglos para exhibici6n a
avuda de parte de trabajadores socia- grupos en el sal6n de charlas en
les del Canal de PanamA en entre- el s6tano del Edificio de Admi-
vistar a personas radicadas en la Zona nistracidn.
del Canal que hubiesen sometido t


In









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Octubre 16, 1964


Gente en la Noticia


Jules Vreux es reparador de mAqui-
nas de escribir al servicio de la Sec-
ci6n de Equipo de Oficina de la
Secci6n de Almacenaje en la Divi-
si6n de Abastos del Canal de Pana-
mA. Vreux es muy conocido por
casi todos los empleados de la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal de PanamA que
usan mAquinas de escribir, pues es
uno de los encargados de repararlas
cuando tienen algiin desperfecto.
Lleva 7 arios al servicio del Canal
de PanamA y anteriormente labor
durante 12 aiios en la Base Naval
de Coco Solo, tambi6n como repa-
rador de maquinas de escribir. Na-
ci6 en Col6n, en donde curs6 sus
studios secundarios en una escuela
privada, y reside ahora en Parque
Lefevre, en las afueras de la ciudad
de PanamA con su esposa Rosa Leslie
y sus hijos Ricardo Ernesto, de 3
afios y Reynaldo A. de 1%. Cuando
no repara o inspecciona miquinas de
escribir, le gusta leer libros.


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71W~
/.


Despedida para


Frank Lerchen
Los amigos y compafieros del Ayu-
dante Director de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, Frank H. Lerchen, le tienen
preparada una fiesta de despedida
en la cafeteria del edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n para el viernes 30 de los
corrientes a las 4 y 15 de la tarde.
El senior Lerchen, quien se jubilarA,
abandonar i el Istmo al dia siguiente.
"No habrA discursos, ni colectas,
ni tampoco se aceptarin regalos", es
el lema de la despedida a la cual
quedan invitados todos los amigos
del homenajeado.
Se ruega a quienes deseen asistir
telefonear a Joe Watson, Balboa 4126
o a Carl Browne, Balboa 3321.


Ephrame Sim6n C6rdoba no es empleado del
Canal de PanamA, pero sus servicios son utili-
zados por empleados de la organizaci6n del
Canal en el Area de estacionamiento del Edi-
ficio de Administraci6n en Balboa Heights.
_-. C6rdoba es lavador de carros, labor que viene
desempefiando en Balboa Heights desde 1938.
La guitarra que tiene en sus manos significa
W. que C6rdoba, ademis de lavar carros, es mfi-
sico y form parte de un conjunto llamado
"Los Jets". Naci6 en Col6n y reside en Parque
f .Lefevre, en las afueras de PanamA, con su es-
posa y cinco hijos. Manifiesta que el lavado
de carros le proporciona el sustento suficiente
para su familiar. Tiene un hermano, Gabriel,
que es carpintero en la Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento en Paraiso. C6rdoba es un expert bu-
ceador, deported que practice en sus ratos libres.


eQuien est6 a cargo del manejo
de materials aqui?


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

OCTUBRE

16-31-Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido de la
Zona del Canal Corozal.

21-Procesi6n del Cristo Negro en Portobelo.

21-Inauguraci6n de la exposici6n de 20 reproducciones en
colors; 20 objetos de cerimica; una colecci6n de foto-
grafias en negro y blanco y 2 cartones de facsimiles de
los dibujos de Antibes del gran artist PABLO PICASSO.
El Institute Panamefio de Arte harA esta presentaci6n en
asociaci6n con la Alianza Francesa.
Lugar: Local de Panarte. Hora: 8 p.m.

CINE INFANTIL

18-"Barridos y Regadas" en colors con Viruta y Capulina.

25-"Alakazam el Mago" en colors y pelicula de dibujos ani-
mados a largo metraje.
Lugar: Teatro Bella Vista a las 10 a.m.
Precio: B/.0.25 tanto para adults como para nifios.


WASHINGTON, D.C.-El publico
latinoamericano deposit sus ahorros
en los bancos de cr6dito y ahorro de
Latinoam6rica a raz6n de la equiva-
lencia de $2,500,000 al mes. Esto
esti dando por resultado que se fun-
den nuevos bancos de esta indole, y
que se hayan alargado los pr6stamos
hipotecarios, que suelen ser de 3 y
5 anos, a 15 y 20 arios, respectiva-
mente.



SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
ROBERT 1. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
DAVID S. PARKER
Vicegobernador
FRANK R. BALDWIN
Jefe tie la Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n que se dceseare publicar
en el SPILLVAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.


11:30
12:00-
12:30
2:00-
3:30-
4:30-
5:00-
5:30-
6:00-
7:00-
8:00-
9:00-
9:30-


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
Documental
Peleas que hicieron historic
Show del Mediodia
Cine en su casa
Telt't atr(o
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Carnaval de Cartones
-Teatro Dominical
Estampida
Intriga en Hawvai
-El EspectAiculo Ms Grande
del Mundo
El Vagabundo
- Teleteatro


LUNES

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 Roblain
6:30- Noticias
7:00-El Nifio del Circo
7:30-Mister Ed
8:00- El Detective Millonario
9:00-Foro de Opinion
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 Roblan
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Show de Donna Reed
7:30-Fu"go 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-Reportajes 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-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Notieias
7:00- Los Angeles Azules
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Combate
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00- Notieias
10:15- Teleteatro

SABADO


11:30-
12:15-
12:45-
1:00-
1:30-
3:00-
4:00-
5:30-
6:30-
7:00-
7:30-
8:00-
9:00-
10:00-
10:15-


-Carnaval de Cartones
Peter Gun
- Noticias
-Programa Femenino
-Tardes Filmicas
-Sa:ao de Tevedos
Teleteatro de las 4
-Carnaval de Cartones
- Noticias
-Capit in Marte y XL-5
Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
- Ben Casey
-Rumbo a lo Desconocido
-Noticias
-Teleteatro


ope


En Su Pantalla


Viernes 16-


Sahado 17_

lomingo 18--
Lunes 19__-

Martes 20-__

Micrcoles 21-

Jueves 22_ _

Viernes 23___


PARAISO
NO SHOW


Beyond A Reasonable Doubt

Amazons Of Rome
Amazons Of Rome

NO SHOW

Law Of The Lawless and
Anything Goes
The Brass Bottle

NO SHOW


SANTA CRUZ
Beyond A Reasonable Doubt


NO SHOW

The V.I.P's
Law Of The Lawless and
Anything Goes
The Brass Bottle

Mystery Street

NO SHOW

Bengazi and
Loves Of A Scoundrel


RAINBOW CITY
Owl Show 10 p.m. Only
A Slight Case Of Larceny

Postmark For Danger and
All Mine To Give
Captain Newman, M.D.
Captain Newman, M.D.

Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed
NO SIlOW

The Siren Song and
War Party
O,,4Show 10 p.m. Only
Rich, Young Andi Pretty


PAgina 2


En Su antall


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres CUlebres
10:45-S:ilvese 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 Ilip6dromo
5:30-La Comedia Silente
6:00-Disneylandia
7:0(0-Bonanza
8'00- Espionaje
9:00-Ruta 66
10:00- Peliula
LUNES
11:30-Titeres y C6mieas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Ilipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-ILa cocina en TV
5:00-NovlIa 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-Cindido P6rez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El 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 EI 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- Notieias
7:30-El Precio Exacto
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 v 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-El Paso al Nor-Oeste
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30- Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dick Powell
10:30-Dimensi6n Desconocida
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
VIERNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Viendo a Biondi
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La 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-Clave 3
11 30--El Mundo al Vuelo
SABADO
1] :30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Rev6Iver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55 Informativo del Mediodia
1:15--Dc Inter6s Para Usted
1:30-Annie Oakley
2:00-Repr]ss: Novela de las 5
4:00-Docum ental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Seric de Aventuras
6:30- Investigador Submarino
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Lo Meior de Ang6lica
8:00- Perry Mason
9:00- Las Enfermeras
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15-Pelicula








Octubre 16, 1964


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


CONTROL DE APARATOS
ELECTRICOS
* Examine si los cables estAn
gastados o pelados.
* Aseg6rese que los enchufes
machoss y hembras) no est6n
rotos.
* No coloque los cables debajo
de alfombras, sobre cafios, tu-
berias, radiadores o muebles
de metal.
* Si experiment un cosquilleo
o leve choque el6ctrico des-
conecte el aparato y repArelo
antes de usarlo otra vez.
* Compre cuando pueda apa-
ratos con cables de tres lines
o hilos que sirvan para tierra.


No arriesgue su vida siendo puente a tierra
CADA VEZ que usted enchufa el televisor, usa la radio, su maquinilla de
afeitar, una sierra electric o quita la ropa de una lavadora . se expone
a los riesgos de la electricidad que le puede sacudir con un choque tremendo.
Los siguientes ejemplos son tipicos:
0 Una persona de vacaciones se electrocut6 cuando pretendia remover
arena y suciedad de una piscina validndose de una aspiradora elictrica.
S1na y 'ucha a ven i o en a ndosltia Murial Hart y Henry Olton se ocupan de la distribuci6n de publicaciones mientras que G. L. Phillips y Cyril B.
Una muchacha oven muri6 de choque elctrico cuando simultanea- Doyle realizan un inventario fisico del paginado de los Reglamentos de Navegaci6n del Canal de PanamA.
mente estableci6 contact con una lAmpara metalica y el televisor.


ESTARA UD. EXPUESTO A ATAQUE CARDIAC?

(Concluye crdnica aparecida en SPILLWAY de Oct. 2)


La relaci6n entire las horas del dia
con los ataques al coraz6n demues-
tran claramente lo mismo que los es-
tudios sobre actividades. Los ata-
ques al coraz6n pueden ocurrir en
cualquier moment y la distribuci6n
es puramente casual.
Un grupo de investigadores del
Institute de Medicina Fisica y Reha-
bilitaci6n en Nueva York, el cual in-
cluye hombres de la talla de Howard
Rusk y Paul Dudley White, nos da
otros detalles interesantes para sumar
a nuestros conocimientos sobre qui6-
nes sufrirnn ataques al coraz6n y
cuando. Ellos encontraron cosas co-
mo las siguientes: el peso del cuerpo
de hombres con presi6n arterial nor-
mal no tiene ningun significado; en-
tre mais alto es el individuo menos
probabilidades de que sufra un ata-
que al coraz6n; mientras mis alta
este la colesterina existen mAs pro-
babilidades de sufrir un ataque. Si
ambos padres sufren de afecci6n co-
ronaria es mis probable que se su-
fra un ataque, pero si s6lo es uno
de ellos no se corre mas peligro que
el resto del puiblico en general.
El Dr. William Dock en Brooklyn
nos brinda conocimientos adiciona-
les. Todos sabemos que si somos
blancos, del sexo masculine, estamos
mas propenso a sufrir una "corona-
ria" que si fu6ramos blancos del sexo
femenino. Esto no quiere decir que
las mujeres blancas son inmunes: Pe-
ro Keil y McVay en Atlanta, Georgia
demostraron que las mujeres negras
son susceptible a los ataques de co-
ronaria a una edad mas temprana y
en un porcentaje mas elevado que
los hombres negros. Se estAn lle-
vando a cabo actualmente studios
del efecto del estr6geno hormoness
femeninas) sobre la sclerosis coro-
naria ya que se ha podido observer
quoe los pacientes varones que reci-
ben tratamiento para el cAncer pros-
ttatico con estr6geno aparentemente
sufren menos de esclerosis coronaria
que los que no han recibido este tra-
tamiento.
Las dietas y la afeccidn al coraz6n
han tomado el primer lugar en los
debates caseros y m6dicos. En Min-
neApolis, los doctors Lober y Brag-
don efectuaron studios sobre la acu-
mulaci6n de atromato de colesteri-
na en la tinica interior de los vasos
sanguineos de conejos y niflos. Pu-
dieron encontrar una rnpida acumu-
laci6n en los vasos sanguineos de co-
nejos lactantes la cual desaparecia
al ser destetados. Pero en los nifios,
que continuaban tomando leche, los
dep6sitos de grasa continuaban. La
dieta muy bien podria tender much
que ver con las afecciones al cora-
zdn-despuds de todo nosotros so-
Imos lo que comemos-sin embargo
algunos investigadores y pocos medi-
cos estan dispuestos a invertir o
cambiar los habitos alimenticios del
p6blico americano en este moment.
Quiz:is la colesterina on la sangre
tenga relaci6n con la afecci6n al co-
raz6n, pero la simple disminucidn
de la grasa en la alimentaci6n no
efect6a por si sola un cambio en la


colesterina de la sangre o la acumu- entonces cada una de estas cosas es
laci6n de places en las paredes de mala para used.
los vasos sanguineos. Hay acaso una epidemia de oclu-
Se culpa al cigarrillo. El Dr. E. siones coronarias? Est'a aumentan-
Cuyler Hammon, Director de inves- do? Casi sin excepci6n los hombres
tigaciones estadisticas de la Sociedad que estcin en posici6n de conocer
Americana Contra el CAncer en Nue- los hechos dicen que "no".
va York analiz6 el fumar con rela- El indice de sospechas ha aumen-
ci6n a las afecciones al coraz6n. Nos tado y los m6dicos estAn diagnosti-
dice que el suero de colesterina se cando esta condici6n mAs frecuente-
encuentra en mas cantidad entire las mente de lo que solian hacerlo. Se
personas quo fuman much que en- ha venido a saber de la existencia
tre las que no fuman, pero que esto de esta condicidn durante el uiltimo
no prueba necesariamente una rela- siglo. Naturalmente ningon m6dico
ci6n. Sin embargo, estadisticamen- podria buscar o diagnosticar algo so-
te, si existed un porcentaje mas alto bre lo cual nada sabe. Los studios
de muertes por afecci6n coronaria efectuados por Perrin y otros indi-
entre los fumadores que entire los can que un alto porcentaje de ata-
que no fuman; y el porcentaje de ques al coraz6n ocurren en Nueva
muertes por afecci6n coronaria es York, California y otros sitios donde
mas reducido entire las personas que la industrial y la poblaci6n esta con-
en un tiempo fueron fumadores pero centrada y son menores las areas
dejaron de hacerlo, cuando se com- rurales. Puede ser cierto que asi
para con los que ban sido fumado- sea. QuizAs la niebla o la tension
res y adn fuman en demasia. Ya u otros factors afecten a las perso-
sea que las personas propensas a las nas que viven en esas Areas. Podria
afecciones coronarias sienten la ne- ser, sin embargo, que en esas areas
cesidad de fumar y cuando dejan de hay mAs m6dicos por cada persona,
sentir esta necesidad se reduce la mis escuelas de medicine y concep-
propensi6n, o los fumadores tienden tos de diagn6stico mAs altos. Podria
a ser propensos a la afeccidn coro- ser que tal concentraci6n de afec-
naria. ciones coronarias fuese descubierta


Las personas obesas mueren 150%
mas rApido que las personas de peso
normal. Esto es cierto particular-
mente cuando observamos las afec-
ciones coronarias. Por ejemplo, la
coronaria afecta a las mujeres obe-
sas un 175% de veces mis que a las
mujeres de peso normal. No todos
los studios que se han llevado a
cabo dan base al hecho de que si
USTED bajara de peso correria me-
nos peligro de sufrir un ataque al
coraz6n. Pero generalmente este es
el caso. Los individuos normales o
bajos de peso viven mas y las afec-
ciones al coraz6n entran en el pa-
tr6n normal. Las personas gordas
mueren del coraz6n mAs frecuente-
mente que personas flacas.
Probablemente cl uso excesivo del
alcohol aumenta la colesterina en la
sangrc y causa que la sangre se coa-
gule mas rApidamente que lo nor-
mal. Y si esto es asi, puede aumen-
tar el peligro de un ataque al coraz6n.
El Dr. Meyer Friedman en San
Francisco, quien estA llevando a ca-
bo la investigaci6n de cientos de in-
dustriales para decubrir o probar su
aseveraci6n de que si existe una "per-
sonalidad coronaria", (el active, el
marcador del tiempo, el que fuma
en exceso, el tipo "ejecutivo") pien-
sa que la adrenaline o su pariente
cercano, la noradrenalina, es la vi-
llana de las coronarias. Y qu( hay
sobre tension y comportamiento? Se
sugiere que el hombre competitive,
irritable, intensive, concienzudo y
trabajador es mas propenso al ata-
que. Pero este tipo de persona tam-
bikn come mis, bebe mAs, fuma mis,
etc., que su rival menos competitive.
So ha demostrado que la frustraci6n,
el desengaiio y la ira aumentan el
sucro de colesterina. Si el suero de
colesterina es un indicio de suscep-
tibilidad a los ataques del coraz6n,


gracias a mejores servicios y cuida-
dos medicos.
Para volver a nuestra pregunta
original, <"IrA usted a sufrir un ata-
que al coraz6n?" Lea los parrafos
anteriores a la ligera y vea si estA
mas o menos propenso a sufrir una
oclusi6n coronaria o quizis una in-
suficiencia. Pero si usted esta pro-
penso a esto, ese conocimiento le
serving de muy poco a menos que
haga algo al respect. Hoy en dia
los conocimientos son limitados, pe-
ro damos los siguientes consejos con
la seguridad razonable de que no
nos estamos alejando much del ca-
mino cierto.
1. Si es usted una mujer blanca,
podria ser menos propensa, pero ase-
gurese de no tener sobrepeso.
2. Si es usted del sexo masculine,
aseg6rese plenamente de que no es-
ta sobrepeso.
3. No fume en exceso.
4. No tome bebidas alcoh6licas en
exceso.
5. Haga ejercicio. Camine por lo
menos 15 minutes tres veces al dia.
6. No coma huevos ni grasa ani-
mal; no tome leche. Las investiga-
ciones sobre este tema no son con-
cluyentes, pero parece que 6ste es
el consejo que darAn los medicos
dentro de cinco o diez ainos.
7. Evite frustraciones, indecisio-
nes. iPuede tratar!.
Animese. Si usted sufre un ata-
que al coraz6n hoy, tiene una bue-
na oportunidad de sobrevivirlo y un
90% de probabilidades de volver a
una vida normal. En 1900 el 14%
de nuestra poblaci6n tenia mAs de
45 afios. En 1980 sera el 43%. En-
tre mas nos avejentamos como po-
blaci6n mas susceptible somos a los
ataques al coraz6n. Este es un men-
saje para todos nosotros. Mas vale
que pensemos un poco sobre este
tema.


IMPORTANT LABOR, RINDE


DEPOSIT DE DOCUMENTOS
El siete de octubre fue dia de fies- aqui estuvieran en escaparates de
ta para el Dep6sito Central de Do- cuatro gavetas, necesitariamos 4,400,
cumentos en el edificio 42-D en Dia- que lado a lado se extenderian por
blo Road. Esta modest unidad fue mas de una milla. El papel en esos
instalada hace diez ainos con el pro- gabinetes llegaria de aqui a Ingla-
p6sito de proveer espacio econ6mi- terra. Imaginense lo que es encon-
co de almacenaie para documents trar un eslab6n en esa cadena sin sa-
no circulantes habiendo ahorrado a la ber su posici6n en longitud y latitud!"
organizaci6n del Canal de PanamA Sin embargo muy pocos de los do-
11/2 mill6n de d61lares hasta la fecha. cumentos son retenidos indefinida-
El Dep6sito, que originalmente mente. La mayoria de los documen-
tenia capacidad para 6,000 pies c- tos son destruidos al fin de periods
bicos de documnentos, ahora tiene es- de retenci6n especifica. Algunos de
pacio de almacenaje de 26,500 pies los documents en papel son micro-
ecbicos, y se estima que el'guardar fotografiados antes de ser destruidos,
el material en ese centro en vez de y las copias fotografiadas son las re-
en diversas oficinas ahorra un total tenidas. Cuando hay orden de des-
de $73,000 anualmente. truir un grupo de documents, se
Aparte de guardar documents, el manda un informed escrito al custo-
Dep6sito se encarga de llenar las din del document no pudiendose
casi 17,500 peticiones de referencias destruirlo sin haber obtenido previa-
que Ilegan anualmente asi como mente permiso del custodio.
tambidn de hacer la distribuci6n ofi- "Cuando los documents estAn en


cial de la mayoria de las publicacio-
nes del centre como lo son manuales
y folletos diversos.
D. F. Mead, quien ha sido jefeC
del dep6sito desde que se estableci6,
dice: "Durante los diez afios pasados
han habido muy pocas veces que
no hemos podido localizar algdn do-
cumento de los que debemos tener.
Sin embargo, hemos encontrado mu-
chisimos, casos dificiles, en que el
peticionario no sabia exactamente lo
que queria ni ad6nde deberia star.
Despues de todo, si los documents


Historica Pagina


De Bitacora Del

Ancun en el Museo
Una copia de una pagina del cua-
derno de bitAcora del primer trAnsito
(a trav6s de las Esclusas de CatAn)
del vapor Ancon, es parte de una
nueva exposicidn en la urna ilumi-
nada que estA a la entrada del Mu-
sco de la Zona del Canal en el Edi-
ficio de Asuntos Civiles.
Es una fotocopia del original cua-
demo de bitAcora que fue entregado
al museo por el desaparecido Roy
Stockham, ex Jefe de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas.
La cxhibici6n es una continua-
ci6n de las exposiciones del Cincuen-
tenario que la biblioteca-musco ha
llevado a cabo todo el afio. Un pa-
norama de las Esclusas de Gatin y
fotografias de los primeros trAnsitos
aparecen junto con el cuaderno de
bitacora del primer trAnsito.
La exposici6n tambidn incluye dos
places montadas de las viejas "mulas"
que estan siendo reemplazadas por
nuevas locomotoras de remolque.
Varias otras fotografias de esta
era se estAn exhibiendo en la Biblio-
teca-Musco de la Zona del Canal por
primer vez. Una interesante vista de
Emperador, una fotografia de 1908
prestada a la biblioteca por F. R.
Gregory, afiade interns a la expo-
sici6n.


su orden correct, casi nunca hay
problema en destruirlo", dice Wi-
lliam S. Wigg, jefe de la Direcci6n
de Archives bajo la cual opera el
dep6sito. "Pero antes de haberse
establecido el Dep6sito Central de
Documentos, los individuos, enfras-
cados en la lucha de espacio en las
oficinas a veces destruian arbitraria
e ilegalmente material important.
Todavia estamos sufriendo de tales
destrucciones."
Como es de esperarse, los mAs asi-
duos usuarios de las facilidades del
dep6sito son las fAbricas de papel de
la organizaci6n. Documentos de la
Contraloria, Direcci6n de Personal,
Direcci6n de Salubridad y la Divi-
si6n de Servicios Administrativos,
constituyen la mayoria del volume
que se retiene. Sin embargo, casi
todos los components de la organi-
zaci6n usan las facilidades del dep6-
sito, y estin en deuda con este por
brindarle sus eficientes servicios y
por ahorrarle sus dolores de cabeza
en cuanto al almacenaje de sus do-
cumentos.


El 31 Vence Plazo


Para Asegurarse

Hasta el 31 de octubre tienen los
empleados no estadounidenses del
Canal de PanamA para incluir a per-
sonas que de ellos dependan en sus
seguros de vida en grupo.
La ofcrta comprende beneficios
adieionales al seguro bAsico de la
pdliza:
BENEFICIO:
$1.500 para c6nyuge (cualquier
edad)
$ 500 por cada hijo entire los 2 y
los 19 ainos.
PRIMA:
75 cent6simos bisemanales ($1.08
para maestros)
Se han distribuido tarjetas c in-
formaci6n para que los amparados
por el Seguro de Vida en Grupo
puedan aprovechar la oferta en re-
ferencia.


Pagina 3








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Octubre 16, 1964


ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS


Empleados que han sido ascendi-
dos o trasladados entire el 5 de agos-
to y el 5 de septiembre de 1964
aparecen en la lista a continuaci6n.
Ascensos dentro del mismo gra-1i) o
reclasificaci6n no aparecen.
Seguridad Interna
William E. Lebrun, Subjefe Espe-
cialista, Seguridad del Personal a
Funcionario de Seguridad (Sub-
jefe dc Seguridad Interna).
Jim B. Hinkle, Especialista en Se-
guridad a Subjefe Especialista, Se-
guridad del Personal.
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Division de Escuelas
Charles L. Latimer, Decano, Univer-
sidad de la Zona del Canal, a Sub-
director de Escuelas.
Victor A. Herr, Instructor, Univer-
sidad de la Zona del Canal, a Ins-
pector de Miisica (Escuelas Esta-
dounidenses).
Marilyn L. Flynn, Maestra, Escuelas
Estadounidenses, a Directora de
Educaci6n Especial.
Glenn E. Murphy, Instructor, Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal, a
Subdecano, Universidad de la Zona
del Canal.
Doris M. Hunt, Maestra Substituta,
Escuelas Estadounidenses, a Maes-
tra de Escuela Primaria, Escuelas
Estadounidenses.
Constancia H. Fyfe, Maestra Substi-
tuta, Escuelas Latinoamericanas, a
Maestra de Escuela Primaria, Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas.
Albert Small, Aseador, a Capataz
Aseador.
Division de Bomberos
Frances D. Jones, Ayudante Ofici-
nista (Estenografia) a Ayudante
Administrative.
Division de Policia
Sylvan A. Welty, Policia Raso a Sar-
gento de Policia, Crist6bal.
Mary T. Lavallee, Oficinista-Esten6-
grafa a Ayudante Oficinista (Este-
nografia).
Division de Correos
Arthur L. Endicott, Subadministra-
dor de Correos a Administrador
de Correos, Crist6bal.
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Division de Electricidad
Harold J. Million, Subjefe Hidr6lo-
go a Subjefe de Hidrografia, Ramo
Meteorol6gico y de Hidrografia.
Elmer Kanz, Subjefe T6cnico en In-
genieria HidrAulica a Subjefe Hi-
dr6logo.
Yukio Kobashigawa, Mecanico Elec-
tr6nico a Tecnico Electr6nico (Ge-
neral).
Kenneth M. Jorgensen, T6cnico en
Ingenieria HidrAulica a Subjefe
T6enico Ingeniero HidrAulico.
Thomas C. Robertson, Capataz Elec-
tricista (Guardalineas) a Primer
Capataz (Empalme de Cables y
Distribuci6n El6ctrica).
James W. Morris, Reparador de Equi-
po El6ctrico a Electricista.
Lisle-E. Gorham, Reparador de Cen-
tral Telef6nica a Primer Capataz
Reparador de Central Telef6nica.
Roberto E. Benn, Aprendiz de Me-
canico de Radio (ler. Afio) a
Aprendiz de Mecinico de Radio
(2do. Aimo).
Birdie Hele, Oficinista-Esten6grafa
a Ayudante Oficinista (Estenogra-
fia).
Division de Ingenieria
Frank H. Robinson, Inspector de
Construcciones a Subjefe T6cnico
Topogrifico.
Gladstone B. Gordon, Oficinista-Me-
can6grafo a Arbchivero (Mecan6-
grafia).
Division de Dragas
James E. Hayden, Capitan de Re-
molcador, a Capitan de Remolca-
dor de Salvamento.
Randall L. Deakins, Aprendiz de
Electricista (ler. Afio) a Aprendiz
de Electricista (2do. Afio).
Albert E. Johnson, Encargado de
Cuarto de Herramientas a Encar-
gado de Mantenimiento de Guias
para la Navegaci6n.


Division de Mantenimiento DIRECCION DE MARINA
Waldo B. Gilley, Capataz General de Divisi6n de Navegaci6n
Obras P'blicas a Jefe Capataz, Martin Annen, Practico del Canal (A
Edificios y Obras P6blicas. Prueba), a PrActico del Canal.
Aubrey H. Michael, Inspector de Mauricio Quir6s, Obrero (Trabajos
Construcciones a Primer Capataz, Pesados), a Almacenero.
Obras Piblicas y Mantenimiento Prince M. Grant, Almacenero a Des-
de Construcciones. pachador de Lanchas.
Luis Hooper, Electricista, Divisi6n Edgar R. McCollin, Pasacables a Ma-
de Electricidad, a Capataz Elec- rinero (Lancha Motora).
tricista. Alton C. Grant, Obrero (Trabajos
Isaac N. Burgess, Mecinico Tornero Pesados) a Pasacables.
(Mantenimiento) a Capataz MecA- Pedro Silva R., Aseador, Servicios
nico Tornero (Mantenimiento). Comunales, a Pasacables.
Jaime L. Martinez, Conductor de Divisi6n Industrial
Cami6n Pesado a Operario de
Planta de Refrigeraci6n y Aeon- James B. Shaffer, Meconico Tornero
dicionamiento de Aire. (NAutico), a Inspector de Ascen-
Eric A. Bennet, Estibador, Divisi6n sores y Gr6as.
de Terminales, a Pulidor de Ce- Berton I. Knight, Oficinista, Hospi-
mento. tal de Corozal, a Apuntador de
Darnley Beckles, Conductor de Ca- Tiempo (Mecanografia).
Divisi6n de Esclusas
mi6n, Divisi6n de Transporte a Albert F. Pate, Operario de a Case-
Motor a Carpintero. Albert F. Pate, Operario de la Case-
SedMotor a ambo, Enargado de ro. ta de Control a Capataz General,
Seldon E. Shambo, Encargado de Operaci6n rle las Esclusas (Elec-
Mantenimiento a Carpintero. Opera de las Eslusas (Ele-
Gabriel Guti6rrez P., Pulidor de Ce- tricidad).
mento (Mantenimiento), Divisi6n J. C. Dyer, Operario de Esclusas
de Esclusas, a Pulidor de Cemento. (Electricista), a Inspector de Segu-
Lorenzo A. Anderson, Pavimentador ridad, Oficina del Director.
a Pulidor de Cemento. Fred V. Ferguson, Aprendiz de Pin-
Enos Williams, Oscar L. Ellis, Mari- tor (3er. Aflo) a Pintor.
nero, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, a Clarence A. Lambert, Apuntador de
Carpintero. Tiempo a Operario de Teletipo.
Roberto Beausoleil, Cantero a Puli- Percy Small, Pasacables a Apuntador
dor de Cemento. de Tiempo.
Manuel Dominguez, Trabajador en CONTRALORIA
Cemento o Asfalto a Pulidor de Divisi6n de Presupuesto y Tarifas
Cemento. Frederick L. Denton, Analista de
Pastor Osorio P., Ayudante Pintor a Negocios (Tarifas) a Analista de
Carpintero. Normas de Administraci6n.
Halden Thomas R., Encargado de Administraci6n de Sistemas y
Existencias, Divisi6n de Abastos, Procedimientos de Contabilidad
a Carpintero. Jacqueline R. Ward, Oficinista-Este-
Silverio Castillo, Ayudante Mecinico n6grafa, Servicios Administrativos,
Tornero a Carpintero. a Oficinista-Esten6grafa.
Theophilus C. Omeaire, Aseador, Di- Rudolph E. Michell, Operario de
vision de Medicina Preventiva y Equipo de Contaduria a Proyec-
Cuarentena, a Carpintero. tista de Sistemas de Computadora
Joseph Francis, Ayndante Mechinico Digital.
Tornero a Montador de Tuberia. DIVISION DE ABASTOS Y
Walter Bedford, Almacenero a En- SERVICIOS COMUNALES
cargado de Existencias.


Division de Abastos
Lemuel C. Pryce, Encargado de Exis-
tencia a Guardia.
Agustin Brito M., Ayudante Opera-
rio de Esclusas, Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas, a Guardia.
Manuel M. Vence, Ayudante MecA-
nico Tornero a Montador de Tu-
beria.
Nicasio Baloi, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados) a Tendedor de Tuberia.
Jos6 Rios, SebastiAn Robles P., Obre-
ro a Obrero (Trabajos Pesados).
Melvin P. Allen, Mozo de Oficio, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, a Obrero.
Ralston A. Kirton, Mensajero, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, a Auxiliar de La-
boratorio.
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Hospital de Coco Solo
Jos6 H. Vela, T6cnico M6dico en Ra-
diologia (Diagn6stico), a Subjefe
Tecnico Medico en Radiologia.
Charles H. Lowe, Pasacables, Divi-
si6n de Esclusas, a Auxiliar de La-
boratorio.
Hospital de Corozal
Dorothy A. Quintero, Enfermera
(Obstetricia), a Enfennera Jefe (Psi-
quiatria).
Inez C. Swafford, Enfermera (Medi-
cina General y Cirugia), a Enfor-
rnera Jefe (Psiquiatria).
Hospital Gorgas
Omar L. Franklin, Medico a Medico
(Praictica General).
Shirley M. Pawley, Enfermermera (Me-
dicina General y Cirugia) a En-
fermera (Sala de Operaciones).
Jorge M. Medina, Ayudante Cocine-
ro a Cocinero.
Division de Abastos
Alfonso Alvarado M., Mozo de Ofi-
cio, Servicio de Comidas, a Auxi-
liar en el Servicio de Sala.
Division de Sanidad
Angel Jim6nez, Obrero (Manteni-
miento de Vias Ferreas), Divisi6n
de Ferrocarril, a Obrero (Traba-
jos Pesados-Erradicaci6n de Pla-
gas).
Ladislao Rodriguez, Obrero (Mante-
nimiento de Vias F6rreas), Divi-
si6n de Ferrocarril, a Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados Erradicaci6n de
Plagas).


Oficina del Gerente General
Charles N. Morris, Analista de Pre-
supuestos y Contaduria a Subjefe
Contador.
Frank L. Ostrander, Gerente de De-
partamento (Almacen) a Subge-
rente de Almnacn.
Wilford R. Dixon, Ayudante de Ge-
rencia de Almac6n a Subgerente
de Almacen.
Division de Servicios Comunales
Ovidio GonzAlez, Obrero a Podador.
Division de Abastos
Carlton Dawkins, Conrad A. Usher,
Almacenero a Encargado de Exis-
tencias.
Clarence V. Markland, Clasificador
de Chatarra a Fundidor.
Dave E. White, Capataz General En-
cargado de Existencias a Subjefe
Funcionario Encargado de Alma-
cenaje.
Rub6n Olmos B., Mozo de Oficio,
Servicio de Comidas, a Ayudante
Camicero.
Oscar Powers, Obrero a Almacenero.
Fulgencio De Le6n, Mozo de Oficio
a Vendedor.
Francisca Rachel, Moza de Oficio a
Encargada do Mostrador.
Carlos McFarlane, Ayudante Carni-
cero a Almacenero (Cuarto Frio).
Hubert M. Fulwood, Aseador a Mo-
zo de Oficio.
Modesta 0. Anderson, Encargada de
Mostrador a Cajera.


Yo no soy tfan tonto aomi parezco, mucha-
chos, se que me est6n tratando de decir algo.


Ideas tuyas Rosita, no hay nadie an se
laton.















IVale Gumersindol..., en suministros le
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ZCree Ud. Sr. Director que esto afectar6
mi record de seguridad.. .?


EL SABADO 17 COROnAn

A s.m. LA REInA DELLA


La ceremonia de coronaci6n de Su
Graciosa Majestad la Reina Della
Primera, de la Banda de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City, ha sido
fijada para el sabado 17 de los co-
rrientes. La coronaci6n tendri veri-
ficativo en el gimnasio de Rainbow



ITINERARIO DE

CORREOS PARA

LAS NAVIDADES
La Division de Correos de la Zona
del Canal, para evitar la confusion
que se podria former con motivo del
voluminoso manejo de paquetes pos-
tales y otro tipo de correspondencia
que usualmente se despacha en las
semanas que preceden la Navidad,
ha fijado un nuevo itinerario de
despachos a6reos y maritimos.
Octubre 15 a Noviembre 5: mari-
timo para Europa, Asia y APO.
Noviembre 25 a diciembre 4: ma-
ritimo para Estados Unidos.
Diciembre 1O al 10: a6reo para
todos los paises.
Diciembre 10 al 15: a6reo para
Estados Unidos.
ADUANAS: Se admiten libre de im-
puestos obsequios hasta por valor de
$10. El valor total de regalos recibi-
dos por la misma persona el mismo
dia no puede exceder esa suma de
$10. Los paquetes deben de marcarse
claramente: "Gift Package."


City, empezando a las ocho de. la
noche.
Con este acto culminarA la reciente
campafia auspiciada por la Asocia-
ci6n de Padres de los integrantes de
la banda del plantel para la selecci6n
de su reina, y a beneficio de la citada
banda de m6sica.
Se estA elaborando un soberbio
program para el festejo que con-
gregarA a lo mAs graneado de las
comunidades latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal y numeroso pfblico
de las ciudades de PanamA y de
Col6n, amigos de la bella Reina.


J. Patrick Conley es

Coronel de Kentucky
Por el desempeiio de sus funciones
con el Canal de PanamA en una forma
que ha sido "un credito para su estado
natal de Kentucky," ha sido nom-
brado Coronel de Kentucky el Sr.
J. Patrick Conley por el Gobernador
de Kentucky, Edward T. Breathitt.
Conley, Ayudante del Secretario
Ejecutivo, recibi6 de manos del Go-
bernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., el certificado de nom-
bramiento (vea fotografia en la
secci6n inglesa).
Conley y el Gobernador de Ken-
tucky se hicieron amigos mientras
asistian a la Escuela de Derecho de
la Universidad de Kentucky y com-
parten experiencias en convenciones
political nacionales antes de que
Conley ingresara a la organizaci6n
del Canal hace unos 10 ailos.


Pigina 4


NUEVA MAR CA DE CARGA EN



UN ANO POR EL CANAL, 1964

Durante el afio fiscal de 1964 se estableci6 una niieva marca para el volume de carga
transportada a trav6s del Canal de Panami conforme a datos oficiales compilados sobre el
period de doce meses que cerr6 el 30 de junio reci6n pasado. Esta es la marca mis alta de
todos los tiempos y monta a 71.273.591 toneladas largas Ilevadas a bordo de naves mercantes
LI oficiales del Gobierno de Estados Unidos. La nueva marca supera, en casi ocho millones
v medio de toneladas, la registrada en el afio fiscal precedent (1963). En ese period tran-
sitaron por el Canal de Panama 63.371.426 toneladas largas de carga.
La marca anterior qued6 establecida en el afio fiscal de 1962, cuando transitaron por la
via interoceanica istmefia 68.650.970 toneladas largas de carga en un period de doce meses.
Al igual que en afios recientes los principals usuarios del Canal por matricula de pais
fueron los siguientes, Estados Unidos, primero; Noruega, segundo; Gran Bretafia, tercero y
Alemania Occidental, cuarto.




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