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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: December 31, 1964
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00491
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum




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THE PANAMA CANAL




Spillway


Vol. III, No. 28 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Thursday, December 31, 1964


24-Hour Outage Concept



Overhaul


To Start at

Miraflores
The first overhaul of miter gates
under the 24-hour lock lane outage
concept will start Monday at Mira-
flores Locks. The gate leaves will be
unhinged, lifted out by the floating
crane Hercules, and taken to the
Balboa drydock for overhaul.
Cofferdams will be placed in the
chamber so that the work may be
accomplished without unwatering
and completely taking the lane out
of service.
Approximately 350 extra em-
ployees will be required by the In-
dustrial Division and Locks Division
for the job.
The work starting Monday will be
on gates 112 and 113, the north pair
in the east lane by the control house
at Miraflores Locks.
Except for the time required for
lifting out and replacing the miter
gates, the east lane will be limited
to vessels of 70-foot beam until about
February 6.
The east lane will be out of service
for three short periods of approxi-
mately 24 to 48 hours during which
relay lockages will be handled in the
west lane, if necessary. These are


(c d ~44I e


ROBERT LESSIACK


scheduled Monday and again on
January 21 and February 4.
After completion of the work at
Miraflores Locks, the periodic over-
haul of Pedro Miguel Locks will
begin February 14, with a comple-
tion date of April 17. These dates
still are tentative.
From February 14 through March
6, the west lane is to be taken out of
service, after which the east lane
will be taken out of service until
March 27, when overhaul of the cen-
ter-wall culvert will begin. During
single lane operation, two culverts
will be in use from February 14 to
March 27.
(Continued on p. 4)


Lessiack New
Budget, Rates
Unit Chief
Promotion of Robert Lessiack to
Assistant Comptroller-Budget and
Rates, effective January 3, has been
announced by Comptroller Philip L.
Steers, Jr. Oliver L. Riesch has been
named to succeed Lessiack as Chief,
Budget Branch, effective the same
date.
Lessiack, a native of Hackensack,
N.J., graduated from Bucknell Uni-
versity, Lewisburg, Pa., in 1942 with
a bachelor of science degree in com-
merce and finance. He served 3YV
years in the Marine Corps, ending
service as a captain, then worked
with a nationally-known audit firm
as a junior auditor before starting
with PanCanal in 1947 as a graduate
trainee.
Following service as a cost and
budget accountant, he worked as an
internal auditor. In 1953 he started
with the Budget Branch as a budget
analyst and advanced to the post of
chief of the branch. Lessiack has
been attending budget hearings in
Washington for the past few years
and is familiar with the new posi-
tion, which he has occupied in a re-
lief capacity on numerous occasions.
Riesch is a native of Menomonee
Falls, Wis. After attending Spen-
cerian College, Milwaukee, Wis., he
was employed as a postal clerk in
the United States, transferring to a
(Continued on p. 4)


ON NEW YEAR'S EVE


How


Dry


We


Are


From a November with Gatun percent below the 52-year December Canal's Meteorological and Hydro-
Lake runoff only 12 percent below average. graphic Branch this is a never-ending
normal, we entered a December in Are you concerned about water? problem. From floods and spilling
which the first 3 weeks averaged 63 Some people are. For the Panama schedules to droughts and water
conservation, it's all in the day's
work.
9,000 - .- -. -. - Rainy season, with its problems
(Average December-9,059 cfs.) of too much water at times, ended
December 2. The problem now is
too little water and how to conserve
it. Paradoxically, flood control vig-
8,000 lance cannot be relaxed, even though
the dry season has started. There is
always the possibility, for several
weeks yet, of a late "Norther" type
storm which could bring a week of
7,000 rains and floods.
If this should happen, efforts
would be concentrated on trapping
and holding as much of the water
6,000 as possible.
W The accompanying chart shows
Daily runoff into Gatun Lake basin
/ in cubic feet per second, average
/ December runoff, and the lowest
S 5,0000 December on record. To better show
the trend, the data has been
smoothed by a 3-day "running aver-
age;" that is, data plotted on the
third day is the average of the
4,000 second, third, and fourth days.
As can be seen, runoff for the
period from December 16 on was
below the lowest December on
Z / / record, and a small "Norther" would
3,000 \- be welcome.
To update the chart a few days,
a rain the day before Christmas at
Chico brought the Chagres River
.. .. 0" ~- -I- . . ... up a foot. But the December 26 rain
2,000 (Lowest December-2,158 cfs.) t which doused parts of the Pacific
S- I ---- side of the Isthmus didn't put a drop
of rain in either Madden or Catun
Dec. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ran n ether adde n or Gatun
Lake-and thus had no effect on the
dry period in the Gatun watershed.
Daily runoff-Gatun Lake basin: This graph, prepared by the Meteorological Lockages for the first 3 weeks of
-AT n -yrapnic_ sw e A #y -_ to w1ei me e iw. e


and Hydrographic Branch, shows the steady drop, to well under th
December line. The graph line is smoothed by a 3-day moving average.


(Continued on p. 4)


7 Canal Employees Get

Presidential Citations


Seven Panama Canal employees
each received a Presidential Citation
for Economy Achievement during an
awards ceremony held in the Board
Room of the Administration Building,
Balboa Heights. This award, pres-
ented for the first time, is part of a


Cristobal Branch

Personnel Office

To Open Monday
More convenient personnel serv-
ices for Panama Canal employees on
the Atlantic side of the Isthmus will
result from establishment of a Cris-
tobal Branch Office of the Personnel
Bureau Monday. It will be located
in the Cristobal Administration
Building.
Atlantic siders are extended an
invitation to visit and become
acquainted with the employees and
services of the branch, of which
Marion R. Bell will be supervisor.
Telephone numbers will be 3-1288
and 3-1289 for the Employment and
Placement Section; 3-2462 and
3-2739 for the Wage and Classifica-
tion Section; 3-1579 for the per-
sonnel officer and retirement clerk;
3-2118 for the debt counselor, and
3-1229 for the induction clerk.
The new office is a branch of the
Operations Division of the Per-
sonnel Bureau, under Gordon M.
Frick, Deputy Personnel Director.
Proximity to field offices on the
Atlantic side is expected to eliminate
much of the travel time which has
been necessary in the past in han-
dling of some personnel matters.


U.S. Government-wide program to
mark the 10th year of the Fed-
eral Employees' Incentive Awards
program.
The award is honorary and is in
the form of a distinctive Presidential
Citation bearing the Great Seal of
the United States, President John-
son's signature and the signature of
Canal Zone Governor Robert J.
Fleming. The citation reads: "In
special recognition of an outstanding
contribution to greater economy and
improvement in Government opera-
tions during the 10th anniversary
of the Federal Incentive Awards
program.
Three Panama Canal pilots, Cap-
tains Robin L. Erixon, Irving G. Hay,
and W. A. Heinheimer received the
Presidential citation for a joint sug-
gestion for an hydraulic assist method
of floating vessels out of the lock
chambers.
The other four employees who
received these citations were: James
A. Brooks, whose suggestion con-
cerned the use of assigned personnel
in checking freight at the Cristobal
piers; John M. Klasovsky, who sug-
gested an alternate solution to the
design for the locks' miter gate valve
interlock system; Richard D. Pea-
cock, who suggested converting the
Panama Canal Review from a month-
ly to a quarterly publication; and
Joseph M. Watson, who suggested
reproduction of repetitive typing by
using a verifax offset adapter.
Mrs. Ruth C. Sawyer of the Water
Transportation Division and Leigh
C. Paulson of the Supply Division
each received a superior service
(Continued on p. 2)


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


December 31, 1964


Fort Davis Students Part

Of Weather Report Network


"This is the Fort Davis School and
I have an overnight reading of 0.10
of an inch of rain," reports a child's
voice over the telephone to the Cris-
tobal Hydrographic Office.
The report comes from the Fort
Davis weather station, located at the
Fort Davis Elementary School. For
the past month, Panama Canal
Meteorologist Manuel Smith at the
Cristobal Hydrographic Office has
been greeted each morning by 6th
graders Dianna Berrara or Wes Fue
with a report of local precipitation.
Three times during the school day
reports are forwarded to the Cristobal
office and these reports are included
in the daily report to the Balboa
office.
The rain gage was obtained as a
loan from the Panama Canal organ-


ization as a practical application for
the study of a science unit. U.S.
Air Force Meteorologist Sgt. John
Holly volunteered his assistance,
demonstrated various weather instru-
ments, and explained the importance
of the weather bureau and weather
forecasting.

The class was impressed with the
importance of accurate rainfall meas-
urement, as the reserve water for dry
season operation of the Canal is
determined by the amount of precipi-
tation, especially during the month
of November.
Acquisition of additional weather
instruments is expected to expand
the operation of the Fort Davis Ele-
mentary School weather station over
the dry season.


Junior weathermen Dianna Berrara and Wes Fue are shown above reading
the rain gage at the Fort Davis weather station, located at the Fort Davis
Elementary School.


BROWSInG

COLLECTIOn
By Beverly Williams

John O'Hara's The Horse Knows
the Way is the fourth collection of
short stories he has written in 4 years.
(He announced that this will be his
last, for a while, at least.) It is a
measure of his popularity that his
collections regularly appear on the
bestseller list, an unusual phenom-
enon for the form. In Horse we find
the same nimble imagination and
vigorous writing that we expect, and
it will provide pleasurable reading.
Life With Picasso-Francoise Gilot,
who for nearly 10 years shared her
life with the leading artist of modern
times, throws new light on his
aesthetic philosophy, his views on
other great artists, and certain aspects
of his singular personality unrevealed
until now. Included in this extra-
ordinary memoir are other great
names in arts and letters-such as
Matisse, Braque, Gertrude Stein,
Gide-people who moved through
Picasso's atelier and his life.
In The New Meaning of Treason,
Rebecca West has revised and en-
larged her 1947 classic work on
traitors and defectors of World
War II, The Meaning of Treason, to
include some of the notorious spy
and subversion cases of the 1950's
and 1960's. Not only does the author
give us superb reporting but also
perceptive political and social com-
ment. A fascinating and compelling
"must," even for those who have read
the earlier book.
Napoleon and Josephine; the bi-
ography of a marriage, by Frances
Mossiker. It is the marriage of two
magnificent persons that is most
absorbingly treated here-not the
story of two illustrious figures in the

The population of Nicaragua, esti-
mated at 1,600,000, is about three-
quarters rural. At least 80 percent of
the population depend on farming
occupations for a livelihood. Raising
coffee, cotton, and cattle are the
leading occupations.


tapestry of history. At the beginning
of their marriage Napoleon was in-
sanely in love, Josephine, merely
amused and cool. Yet, 11 years later
there was a complete turn-about. The
drama that unfolds as the author re-
creates their turbulent life together
makes fascinating reading.
The Hands of Cant6, by Tom Lea.
The setting of this short novel is in
the untamed Mexico and Southwest
of 400 years ago, soon after the
appearance of the Spanish conquis-
tadors. It concerns the Spanish in-
troduction of horses in the new world
and centers around Don Vito Cantiu,
whose iron and gifted hands have
created a vast livestock hacienda.
Complications arise when it is learned
that some of his valuable animals
have been discovered in the hands
of the savages. Cantui's countermoves
pluge the reader into an exciting
story. The author's drawings and
decorations, the appropriate type and
the general design of the book add
to the pleasure of reading it.
The Rest of the Robots, by Isaac
Asimov. A collection of short science
fiction stories-all about robots and


award, each accompanied by a check
for $150.
Mrs. Sawyer was commended for
superior service to the Panama Canal
organization in her capacity of cler-
ical assistant. The certificate awarded
her said: "Since the inception of the
Water Transportation Division, she
has consistently demonstrated out-
standing interest in improving the
efficiency of this unit. Her cheerful
assumption of responsibilities has
freed her supervisor from routine
tasks to devote additional time to
critical areas."
Leigh C. Paulson was commended
for superior service to the Panama
Canal organization as Supervisory
General Supply Officer. "During the
past three years," said his certificate,
"he has demonstrated a high order of
administrative ability and exceptional
talent for promoting efficiency in the
Mount Hope warehouse. His utiliza-
tion of mechanical aids, advantage-
ous placing of inventory stocks, and
better development of force has
resulted in greater efficiency and
lower handling costs."
Thirty beneficial suggestion awards
were presented the following em-
ployees:
Albert D. Jones, whose suggestion
eliminated a safety hazard in the
Grounds Maintenance Branch; Win-
ters A. Hope, whose suggestion for
overnight parking of certain Engi-
neering Division trucks at Gamboa
is estimated to save some $420 a year;
Russell E. Oberholtzer, who sug-
gested issuance of name tags to Canal
Zone police; Clois C. Duffie, who
suggested an improved method for
cleaning air-conditioning units in
the Administration Building; Vivian
Smith, who suggested improved cash
register procedures at Rainbow City
Service Center;
Harry E. Pearl, suggested that
Grounds Maintenance employees
wear distinctive clothing to identify
them as Canal employees; Eusebio
Ortiz, that headlights of emergency
vehicles be used when on emergency
daytime runs; Henry A. Thousand,
an improvement in messenger service;
Ethel W. Brown and Joan C. Fitz-
gerald, a facilitated method of re-
placing telephone signal light bulbs;

ACCIDENTS

FOR

THIS MONTH

AND

THIS YEAR


NOVEMBER

ALL UNITS
YEAR TO DATE 2'


John Y. Wagner, an improvement of
the quarantine declaration used by
boarding officers.
Yukio Kobashigawa, a method for
supplying emergency power to the
microwave system; Oscar R. Spald-
ing, suggested instruction be issued
regarding conduct of Canal deck-
hands under emergency conditions
on transiting vessels; Richard O.
Egger, three procedures for the
mechanical operation of the new
towing locomotives in case of sole-
noid failure; William D. Keepers, a
new procedure for routine testing of
telephone exchange equipment, esti-
mated to result in annual savings of
$900.
Florence E. Derrer, installation of
a direct telephone line to the Deduc-
tion Section of the Payroll and
Machine Accounting Branch; Ken-
neth L. Manthorne, an improved
procedure for storing payroll checks;
Joan M. Voyles, installation of non-
skid strips on the floor at Gorgas
Hospital; Egbert Willies, elimination
of a safety hazard on fire trucks;
Ralph L. Stinson, Jr., that the
SS Cristobal be equipped with irons
and ironing boards.
John R. Lewis, a safety improve-
ment for the Motor Transporta-
tion Division's shops; Cleveland E.
Stevens, use of pre-printed docket
sheets in the Magistrate's Courts;
John A. Mann, procurement of a
carbon monoxide monitor for periodic
testing of compressors used in diving
operations; Ethel W. Brown, installa-
tion of a self-service window at the
Drive Inn; Arthur L. Livingston, a
change in the stamp-vending ma-
chines; Chris E. Haywood, installa-
tion of a call bell at the Paraiso
Retail Store.
Tobi C. Bittel, installation of a
drop box for SPILLWAY material at
entrance to Administration Building;
Shirley A. Musselman, a change in
payroll procedures; Richard E.
Kresge, a suggestion regarding addi-
tional training of Locks Security
Force personnel; Roger J. Games,
an improved method for the reporting
of fires at Coco Solo Hospital; and
Burton J. Hackett, Jr., a safety
improvement for grass-cutting ma-
chines.


'64
232
637


CASES
'63
202
2603(37)


DAYS
CASES ABSENT
'64 '63 '64 '63
12 17 322 374
189 190(10) 12636 22497(1067)
) Locks Overhaul Injuries included in total.


At The Movies
Week Beginning Saturday,
January 2, 1965
BALBOA
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:30-Fall
Of The Roman Empire
Tues., 7:30-Shock Treatment
Wed., 7:30-The Bacchantes
Thurs., 7:30-Fri., 7:00-Fun In Acapulco
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Saturday night-The New Interns
Sun.-Mon., 2:00, 7:00-Island Of The
Blue Dolphins
Tues.-The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
Wed.-Battle Hell
Thurs.-Macbeth
Fri.-The Wackiest Ship In The Army
Friday, Owl Show 10'p.m.-John Paul Jones
GAMBOA
Saturday night, 8:15 p.m.-The Seven
Faces Of Dr. Lao
Sun.-The Story Of Ruth
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.--Battle Hell
Wed.-The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Island Of The Blue Dolphins
COCO SOLO *
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Sunday, 2:00, 7:00-It's
A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Mon.-Betrayal
Tues.-The Marriage Go Round
Wed.-The Silver Chalice
Thurs.-Nine Hours To Rama
Fri.-Miracle Of The Hills
MARGARITA
Saturday night-Good Neighbor Sam
Sun., 2:00 p.m., Matinee-Flight Of The
Lost Balloon
Sunday night-Monday, 7:00-The 7th
Dawn
Tues.-Onionhead
Wed.-Carry On, Constable
Thurs.-What Price Glory
Fri.-The Seven Faces Of Dr. Lao
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Manhunt
In The Jungle
GATUN
Saturday night-Flight Of The Lost Balloon
Sun., 2:00 p.m., Matinee-Man Of Bronze
Sunday night-The New Interns
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Carry On, Constable
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Onionhead
Fri.-The 7th Dawn
SA1I night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.


Special Matinees
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2,1965
BALBOA: 10 a.m.-Pigmy Island-A daring
adventure into a forbidden land.
(70 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-The Crimson
Blade-An adventurous historical drama
in Scope and color. (86 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-A Dog Of Flanders-
David Ladd. Set in the land of wind-
mills and wooden shoes and against
ageless Ruben masterpieces. (In Color.)
(100 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Johnny Tremaine-
Walt Disney's adventure of a fearless
youth and fighting men whose muskets
forge a nation. (In color.) (110 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-The Prince Of
Pirates-John Dereck: Swashbuckling
melodrama of pirates and hidden treas-
ure. (In Color.) (80 min.)


robotics. These stories are all the GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Jungle Man Eaters-
more absorbing because the robots Johnny Weismuller: Another exciting
Episode of the Jungle Jim series.
are so plausibly engineered. (75 min.)


says you're an alert, careful worker who's sold on safety. It's got your
weight wrong, too."


Page 2


7 Get Presidential Citations
(Continued from p. 1)








December 31, 1964


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


The freighter SS Santa Monica, operated by Grace Lines, was a recent visitor
to the Industrial Division shipyard at Mount Hope. The vessel underwent
boiler inspection and repairs.


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BLOOD BANK HONOR ROLL
GORGAS HOSPITAL
HEALTH BUREAU OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
Clifford Blythe Reyes A. Colbourne
Dr. John Buckner John M. Blackman
Irene G. Bridges Robert Lessiack
Albert S. Clarke MARINE BUREAU
Adolphus A. Evans
Ruby A. Etchemendy Rodlefe O. Becford
Agatha Hall Carlos A. Beech
Reginald F. Sandiford Raymond A. Goldson
Kenneth F. Millard
JPPLY AND COMMUNITY Julian Miller
SERVICE BUREAU Richard Phillips
Arthur L. Betty Lois Reaves
Beaulah L. Kennedy Philip J. Rogers, Jr.
Carlos McFarlane Juan C. Sing
Kenneth L. Walker Melhado Smith
Albert Edwin Waithe
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU Alvin Welch
Ashton A. Brown, Jr. OTHER
Eduardo Franco Blar
Victor GonzAlez Alfred B. Blackard
VtG e James L. Dalton
Vincent R. Lombroia, Jr. mlenn L. Kimberling
Rober,.t L'z Glenn W. Kimberling
Robert L6pez vMichael James Merry
Daniel E. Poulson
Isolda I. Rodriguez JT. Oczkowicsk
Bernard L. Polomski
ENGINEERING AND Gloria J. Powell
CONSTRUCTIONN BUREAU Milton C. Roth
Walter Amantine PERSONNEL BUREAU
Barbara Croft Lloyd L. Anderson
John Grandison
Stanley A. Jones TRANSPORTATION AND
Domingo Muioz TERMINALS BUREAU
Casimiro P6rP7 T .nrenzo de Cracia


Luis Torrero
Marcelino Urefia C.
COCO SOLC
MARINE BUREAU
Carlos R. Alleyne
Andr6s CArdenas
JuliAn Crouch, Jr.
Earl A. Escalona
Tyrone D. Jones
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Rupert Chin


Walton Clarke
Canute A. Cockbum
Jerry R. Escalona
Harold Meyer
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Alex Grant
Marie E. Grant
Clarence James
Carlton Lim
Rail A. Ortiz
Julio Paredes
Alfredo Thomas
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Helen Gercich
Alezander Hudson
Williams Le Blanc
Jasper Richards
Roy D. Wood
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Wilfred E. Barrow
Claude B. Billamy
A. E. Caicedo
John J. Dorsa
Cecil J. Dutton
Manuel Edward


Education Center Needs

Electronics Instructor
The Army Education Center, Fort
Kobbe, needs a qualified instructor
to teach evening classes in electronics.
Interested applicants must be able
to teach classes in the English lan-
guage. For further information and
interview appointment, prospective
applicants may call the Fort Kobbe
Education Center between 7:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday; telephone 274-4229 or
274-2150.


Reynolds A. Licorish COMPTROLLERS OFFICE
Isaias Rodriguez Norma Boxill
SHOSPITAL Card Punch Operator
Lucilo Hoyto NEW ORLEANS OFFICE
Rupert A. Knight George J. Brugier
Stephen Lindo Purchasing Agent
George Mandeville SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
Gabriel C. ThomrD
John Wagner SERVICE BUREAU
TMargaret L. Csighy
OTHER Property Disposal Assistant
Lionel A. Hudson (Typist)
Gloria Westley Vivian G. Corn
Housing Project Assistant
Vernon F. Kepford, Jr.
W hat's W world's general Supply Assistant
C. Carvajal
Dairy Worker
Record on Return Daei'ryWorke
Reord on Return Isabel V. Jackson
Sales Checker
Of Lost Keys? Frank U. Holness
Laborer Cleaner
Evans A. Clarke
What's the world's record for Laborer Cleaner
return from afar of some keys to Magin Garcia
which a Lions Club key chain was Laborer (Heavy)
attached? Jer6nimo Quintana
Garbage Collector
We don't know, but the Canal Amelia G. Layne
Zone Lions Clubs have a contender. Assistant Baker
In 1963 Capt. John W. O'Daniel, MARINE BUREAU
Jr., a Panama Canal pilot, undocked Joe W. Stevens
a homeward-bound Norwegian ship Machinist (Marine)
in Cristobal Harbor. In the darkness Jos6 Yanare C.
Linehandler (Deckhand)
he dropped his keys on the bridge CecilnGaynor
deck. Later that night, when he dis- Helper Machinist
covered his loss, he had no idea Joseph Burke
where he had dropped the keys. Jruck Driver (Heavy)
Jose I. Bonilla
Some 4 weeks later, thanks to the Linehandler (Deckhand)
Lions Club key chain, his keys were Francisco Mercado B.
returned to him from Norway. The FSeaman
Francisco Rodriguez
only identification on them was the Seaman
small license tag with the address of Kenneth Wade
the Balboa Lions Club. Captain Clerk
Andr~s C6rdoba
O'Daniel now resides in Coco Solo. Lnehandler
The key chains are the only fund- Leonardo B. Blackman
raising activity to finance service pro- Clerk
Clinton H. Stair
jects of the Balboa and Coco Solo Linehandler (Deckhand)
Lions Clubs. One is mailed to each Elton Thompson
Canal Zone license plate holder. The Helper Lock Operator
program was started about 7 years Durley Burrell
Linehandler (Deckhand)
ago. Jose A. Phillips
Lions Club service projects are Helper Machinist
concentrated primarily on sight con- Rogelio H. Pinate
servation work, mostly for children, Launch Operator
regardless ofRoberto Corpas
regardless of nationality. Linehandler


SUNDAY
1:00-SCN News
1:05-Sacred Heart
1:15-Greatest Dramas
1:30-Parade of Sports
3:30-Sunday
4:30-Wonderful World of Golf
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-Close Up
6:30-The Christophers
6:45-Sports Scoreboard
7:00-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Markham
8:00-SCN News
8:05- Garry Moore Show
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Glynis
9:30-The Meaning of Communism
10:00-Final Edition News
10:15-This Is the Life
10:30-Chapel of the Air
MONDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-First Edition News
5:05-Afternoon
5:30-Science in Action
6:00-News-30-
6:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News (Spanish)
7:05-PAF Baseball All-Star Game
10:00-Final Edition News
10:15-The Tonight Show
11:15-Air Force News Review
TUESDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-First Edition News
5:05-Afternoon
5:30-Parents Ask About School
6:00-News-30-
6:30-Battle Line
6:55-SCN News (Spanish)
7:05-I've Got A Secret
7:30-Mayor of the Town
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Coronado 9
9:30-Andy Griffith
10:00-Final Edition
10:15-Miss Teenage America Pageant

WEDNESDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-First Edition News
5:05-Afternoon
6:00-American Bandstand
5:15-News-30-
6:30-Greatest Dramas
6:45-Canadian Travel
6:55-SCN News (Spanish)
7:05-To Tell the Truth
7:30-The Third Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Wednesday Night at the Movies:
"Laura"


9:05-Desilu Playhouse
9:30-Headlines
10:00-Final Edition News
10:15-Tonight Show
11:15-Air Power
THURSDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-First Edition News
5:05-Afternoon
5:30-Report
6:00-News-30-
6:30-Silver Wings
6:55-SCN News (Spanish)
7:05-GE College Bowl
7:30-King of Diamonds
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Jimmy Dean Show
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Death Valley Days
9:30-Ripcord
10:00-Final Edition
10:15-Jack Paar Show
11:00-Social Security
FRIDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-First Edition News
5:05-Afternoon
5:30-Report
6:00-News-30-
6:30-All Star Theater
6:55-SCN News (Spanish)
7:05-Password
7:30-Target
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Desilu Playhouse
10:00--Final Edition News
10:15- Friday Niht Movie:
"Lady Killers"

SATURDAY
1:00-SCN News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:30-EBF: The Declaration of
Independence
1:45-Mr. Mayor
2:30-EBF: The Calendar
3:00-Sports Time
3:30-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:30--Dance Party
5:30-Sky King
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Billboard
6:30-True Adventure
6:55-SCN News (Spanish)
7:05- Celebrity Game
7:30-Star and the Story
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Shindig
8:30-Grindl
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Lawrence Welk Show
10:00-Final Edition News
10:15-Armchair Theater:
"Michael O'Halloran"


ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Warren W. Morse
Shift Engineer (Mechanical)
Isaac N. Burgess
Leader Machinist (Maintenance)
Hermenegildo Ortega
Winchman
Joseph Stultz
Clerk
Oscar G. Agueda
Seaman
Alfonso Sterling
Oiler
Jessis I. Ramirez V.
Laborer (Heavy)
SVenal C. Mayers
ILaborer (Heavy)
Jos6 E. Delgado B.
Seaman
Pascual Ramos
Seaman
George C. Worrell
Seaman
Cleveland A. Heath
Seaman
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Francis E. Reardon
Supervisory Clerical Assistant
Le6n A. Nicholson
School Bus Driver
George Moore
Helper Liquid Fuel Dispatcher
F. A. Rodriguez
Stevedore
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Evelyn D. Engelke
Secretary (Stenography)
Edward J. Husum, Jr.
Police Sargeant
SJames A. Weiselogel
Police Private
HEALTH BUREAU
SPauline L. Todd
Dietitian
Dorothy M. Hanners
Supervisory Accounting Assistant
Dionisio Vitola
Hospital Attendant
James E. Gaugh
Clerk
F. S. Blackman
Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery)
Jos6 I. Vega
Meat Cutter
Ren6 A. Granier
Nursing Assistant (Psychiatry)
Armando Zamuria
Food Service Worker


--SCN-TV SCHEDULE


BE A


BLOOD

A DONOR


El.


At Gorgas or Coco Solo

Hospital



The Pacific coastal region of Nica-
Sragua is tropical with an average
temperature of 78 degrees and
extremes of 60 and 95 degrees. In
the higher altitudes of the interior
the temperature varies between 60
and 80 degrees.


BEWARE!...


the watt-bird


is


watching 4


you




turn OFF


extra lights




Robert L. Snyder


Appointed Zone


Postal Inspector

Robert L. Snyder has been named
Postal Inspector of the Canal Zone
Postal Service. He succeeds Carroll E.
Kocher who was recently appointed
Assistant Postmaster, Balboa.
Snyder, who came to the Panama
Canal organization in 1941 from
Canton, Ohio, where he worked in
the post office, began his career with
the Postal Division at the Ancon
Post Office. Through the years he
has held various positions with the
Postal Division-all on the Pacific
side of the Isthmus.
The Snyders, who live in Balboa
Heights, have three sons; Richard
who attends Hardin-Simmons Uni-
versity, Abilene, Tex., William, a
student at Canal Zone College, and
Ted, who is in junior high school.
Kocher came to the Isthmus in
1919 with his parents. He attended
Canal Zone schools and went to work
as a railway mail clerk in 1931.
Kocher, who will complete 34 years'
service with the Panama Canal on
January 5, 1965-all of it with the.
Postal Division-has served at most
of the branch post offices on both
sides of the Isthmus.
Kocher's wife, Carol, is a teacher
in Special Education Division of the
Canal Zone Schools. Son Mike works
in the Accounting Division. A daugh-
ter, Patricia, attends Otterbein Col-
lege in Westerville, Ohio, and Beth,
7, is a student at the Balboa Elemen-
tary School.


Page 3


-- ANNIVERSARIES
(On the basis of total Federal Service)

20 eari








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


December 31, 1964


Openers Monday

For Farm, Little

League Seasons

The Pacific Little League will
inaugurate its 15th baseball season
Monday. Opening ceremonies, start-
ing at 4:15 p.m., will include a
parade of all teams of the league,
raising of the colors to the national
anthem, and Governor Fleming, after
accepting a review of all the teams,
will throw the first pitch of the 1965
season.
The opening game will feature the
1964 league champion Police, man-
aged by J. P. Barnes and Mack
Boblett versus the runner-up Elks
1414, managed by Tom Spencer and
Irish Ireland.
The League's Umpire-in-chief,
Eddie May, has announced the fol-
lowing roster of umpires for this
year: Bud Horter, Fred Mohl, Mary
Chadwick, Ed Richmond, Tom Han-
nigan, Bill Fulleton, Don Wilcox,
Paul Quackenbush, and Leon
Sharpensteen.
The Pacific Farm League will open
its 12th baseball season Monday at
the Farm League Baseball Park. The
opening game will see the 1964
league champions, Seymour Juniors,
managed by Ed Malin and Frank
Malavasic, meeting the runner-up
Gibraltar Juniors, managed by Bud
Risberg and Bud Harris.
Opening ceremonies, starting at
4:15 p.m., will include a review of
all the teams by Lieutenant Governor
Parker, who will then throw the first
pitch of the 1965 season.
Players, managers, coaches, and
directors of the league wish to thank
all the sponsors for their continuing
financial and moral support.


Overhaul
(Continued from p. 1)
During the times that east or west
lanes are out of service at Pedro
Miguel, lockage capacity will be
reduced to about 40 lockages, or 44
oceangoing vessels per day. As many
as 48 ships have transited the Canal
in a 24-hour period.
It is expected that lockage capac-
ity will be adequate to meet daily
requirements on all except peak days
during all phases of the overhaul.
To expedite shipping, hold delays
to a minimum, and transit the maxi-
mum number of vessels, special
measures will be taken:
Tug service will be available with-
out charge to vessels not ordinarily
requiring tugs when only a single
lock lane is available due to overhaul
of the lane out of service.
All locks will be manned and
scheduled to deliver the maximum
number of vessels possible that can
be processed through the locks
undergoing overhaul.
Superships and others which re-
quire clearcut daylight transit will be
scheduled so as to cause the least
reduction in lockage capacity.
Should significant holdover of
vessels develop during any phase of
the overhaul, the backlog will be
cleared up before the next phase is
begun.
To provide the best possible serv-
ice to shipping and hold delays to
a minimum, cooperation of ship oper-
ators has been asked to keep Panama
Canal officials advised of the correct
expected arrival time of their vessels
and have their ships arrive in con-
dition ready for transit with respect
to draft, list, and trim.
To the extent found necessary,
vessels failing to give the required
advance notice of arrival time and
not having made accurate corrections
may be passed over in transit sched-
ules in favor of those which arrive
according to notice.


Collector's item: Mrs. M. Wayne Foscue with 1915 PanCanal calendar plate.

Old PanCanal .
l Civil Service
Cfle.ndn.r Pl.at.


Finds Way Home
A hobbyist's find is a 50-year-old
Panama Canal calendar plate found
thousands of miles from the Canal
Zone by Mr. and Mrs. M. Wayne
Foscue of 918-A, La Boca, while
browsing in an antique shop in
North Carolina.
Mrs. Foscue said she and her
husband stopped at a large antique
shop near Greensboro, N.C., and
were looking over the huge collec-
tion there when her husband spied
the plate. This particular calendar
plate apparently was a Christmas gift
in the year when the Panama Canal
was opened.
The center of the plate shows the
Panama Canal area. Two crossed
U.S. flags are at the top, and lettering
at the bottom says "Compliments
of Peter Meyer, Milford, Ill." Border-
ing the Canal topography map is
the calendar for 1915. The plate has
a gold border, but no signature or
manufacturer's mark.
Mrs. Foscue, who is a teacher at
the Diablo Elementary School, does
not especially specialize in her
antique collecting. Wayne Foscue,
an electrical engineer with the Pan-
ama Canal organization, collects
moustache cups in particular.
They have written to Milford, Ill.,
and are awaiting an answer with
more information on the half-century
old plate that has traveled from
Illinois to North Carolina to the
Canal Zone.


Ship Loss Total

At Postwar Peak
Deep-sea ship losses through sink-
ing, stranding and fire last year were
the highest since World War II,
according to a survey by Lloyd's
Register of Shipping.
The annual survey revealed that
254 ships of 496,805 gross tons were
lost, compared with 249 vessels of
481,098 tons in 1962. Greek owners
were the greatest losers, with casual-
ties amounting to 22 ships of 89,273
tons, including the cruise liner
Lakonia which sank after a fire.
Other serious losses were the
Marine Sulphur Queen, Hai Zaing,
Brittany, and the Tritonica.



S WA P
Items submitted for free Swap Shop
listing must be limited to 20 words, not
counting address and/or telephone
number. They must be signed, but
names will not be published. Panama
Canal employees and their wives or
husbands may offer "swap" items.
Address: Swap Shop, Spillway, Box M,
Balboa Heights.
HOME-MADE freezer, good motor
and compressor parts, for small
chest of drawers and youth bed.
Telephone Balboa 2901 or 1673.


Week Observance

Starts Jan. 10

National Civil Service Week will
be observed January 10 to 16. It will
mark the 82d anniversary of the
signing of the Civil Service Act on
January 16, 1883, by President
Chester A. Arthur.
At first the number of Government
jobs placed under the merit system
was small, but as the advantages of
making Government jobs competitive
and filling them on the basis of
ability rather than influence became
obvious, more and more jobs were
placed under the merit system. Now
the vast majority of Federal jobs are
under the competitive civil service.
Nearly half of the Federal work
force is employed in direct support
of air, ground, and sea forces.
Almost a quarter of them are respon-
sible for delivering the mail. Another
7 percent serve veterans and their
dependents and operate the world's
largest network of modern hospitals.
Members of the Federal career
service engage in some of the world's
most exciting and important work.
They plumb the depths of the ocean,
explore the reaches of space. They
are finding cures for deadly diseases,
developing new ways to grow better
crops. They control air traffic to
assure safety of our airways, and
conduct our relations with new and
old nations around the globe.

The principal rivers in Colombia
are the Magdalena, flowing into the
Caribbean Sea, the Cauca, the
Caqueta (a tributary of the Amazon),
the Meta, and Putumayo.


How Dry We Are Special Education
(Continued from p. 1)
December averaged 31 per day and Gr T M t
required 2,625 cubic feet per sec- roue
ond-which exceeds the daily runoff
by 34 percent for lockages alone. The Special Education Association
From this, too, must be deducted will hold its first meeting of the new
water for municipal use and hydro- year Wednesday, January 6, at 7:30
electric power, the amount of the p.m. in the auditorium of the Jewish
deduction depending on success of Welfare Board Building on La Boca
the conservation efforts-both water Road.
and electrical power conservation. Dr. Luis A. Picard Ami will speak
Ship traffic tends to increase n E tional bles
during the dry season when water E l P s
supply is at a minimum. Electric Exceptional Children.
power consumption normally reaches Dr. Picard Ami is chief of psy-
a peak in May, when lake levels are chiatry section at Santo TomAs Hos-
lowest and hydroelectric station Iital, assistant professor of psychiatry
output is lowest, in the Medical School of the Uni-
Water is being saved at the locks versity of Panama, and psychiatry
by maximum use of tandem and consultant at the Children's Hospital.
short chamber lockages. Water can He attended Iowa Wesleyan Col-
be conserved at hydro stations by lege and received his medical degree
turning off all unnecessary lights and from Creighton University. His psy-
appliances. chiatric training was at Fairfield Hos-


Safety Program

Reaches 4,000 in

Elementary Grades
Approximately 4,000 elementary
school children have been given tips
on safety by Sgt. Walter A. Alves
during a safety lecture program
conducted by the Canal Zone Police
Division.
Bicycle safety classes for young-
sters have been conducted for several
years. This year's talks covered such
subjects as playing in the streets and
around parked cars; crossing streets;
hazards of running instead of walk-
ing; looking both directions .before
crossing streets; safe bicycle riding
points including illegal riding on
sidewalks; riding at night without
lights; proper use of hand signals;
unsafe and illegal practices of hold-
ing onto motor vehicles while riding
bicycles and other vehicles, and
unsafe coasting on streets in wagons,
on scooters, and on skates.
The program was reported to have
been well received by school officials
as well as by students and schools
are continuing the safety program
through posters put up to emphasize
safety messages.
Elementary schools reached by the
lecture program included Balboa,
Diablo, Los Rios, Pedro Miguel,
Paraiso, Santa Cruz, St. Mary's, and
Ancon.

Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks ___________2,264
Gatun Locks---_________ 781
Las Cruces, 6 trips------- 499
Reina Manuelita 1, 2 trips____ 19
Summit Gardens, 5 tours --- 446
Filtration Plant, 1 tour----_ 50
Transits (Southern Cross) -_1,159


pital and Yale University. He pre-
viously was on the staff of Gorgas
Hospital.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.



Lessiack
(Continued from p. 1)

clerkship in the Canal Zone Postal
Division. He subsequently served
several years in the merchant marine
as a purser and finance officer and
returned to the Canal Zone in 1946
for reemployment in the postal
service.
In 1952 he transferred to the Office
of the Comptroller as a cost account-
ant. From this post he advanced
through progressively more respon-
sible assignments in accounting,
systems, and budget work. Prior to
this promotion he served as the
supervisory budget analyst in the
Budget Branch.
Riesch has made a number of trips
to Washington on special budget
duties and is expected to make them
regularly in connection with his new
assignment.


ELEPHANT STEW RECIPE
One elephant (medium size). Two
rabbits (optional). Cut the elephant
into small bite-size pieces. This
should take about 2 months. Add
enough brown gravy to cover. Cook
over kerosene fire for 4 weeks at
465 degrees.
This will serve 3,800 people. If
more are expected, two rabbits may
be added, but do this only if neces-
sary as most people do not like to
find hare in their stew.


The first "safety" helmet was probably merely a cap of
stout "boiled" leather, worn by the warriors of the
small nations emerging from tribalism in the troubled
dawn of history. Since civilization flowered in what is now
the Middle East, these early helmets were intended
to be as much protection against the powerful rays
of the sun as against the somewhat less
deadly copper and bronze weapons
of those days.

















A modern safety helmet will protect
scooterists against the possibility of
sunstroke on those long dry season trips. And
helmets can now be made cool in summer,
or warm in winter, for true wearing comfort.


Page 4








EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Spillway


Vol. Ill, No. 28 50 Aios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Jueves 31 de Diciembre de 1964


Inician el Reacondicionamiento


En las Esclusas de Miraflores el 4


El lunes 4 de enero se realizarA
por vez primera en las Esclusas de
Miraflores la limpieza de las com-
puertas mediante el sistema de dejar
libre el trinsito en las esclusas, que
solo se entorpeceria durante 24 horas.
Cada hoja de la compuerta serA reti-
rada de su gozne por la gria flotante
Hercules que luego la llevarA al
dique seco de Balboa para su reacon-
dicionamiento.
Por turno se colocarAn encofrados
en cada camara de las esclusas para
realizar el trabajo requerido sin nece-
sidad de vaciarlas y ponerla fuera
de uso.
Se emplearin 350 obreros extras
para este trabajo que acometen con-
juntamente las Divisiones Industrial
y de las Esclusas.
Las compuertas 112 y 113 en la
secci6n norte de la hilera oriental
cerca de la caseta de control de
Miraflores, serAn las primeras en ser
atendidas.
A excepci6n del tiempo que lleva
el desgozne y transport de las pesa-
das hojas de cada compuerta, la
hilera oriental quedarA libre solo para
naves de 70 pies de manga hasta el
dia 6 de febrero.
La hilera oriental estarA fuera de


servicio durante tres cortos lapsos
entire 24 y 48 horas; en ese period
se pondrA en uso double (ida y vuelta)
la hilera o cancha occidental, si ello
fuere necesario. Estas circunstancias
se producirian el lunes y de nuevo
el 21 de enero y el 4 de febrero.
Una vez se haya realizado el re-
acondicionamiento de las Esclusas
de Miraflores se procederA al de las
de Pedro Miguel, empezando el 14
de febrero para terminar el 17 de
abril, tentativamente hablando.
Del 14 de febrero al 6 de marzo,
estaria fuera de uso la hilera occi-
dental, sigui6ndole la oriental que
permaneceria fuera de uso hasta el
27 de marzo cuando se reacondicio-
narA el alcantarillado del muro
central. EstarAn en servicio del 14
de febrero hasta el 27 de marzo,
durante la limpieza, por turno, de
cada hilera, dos alcantarillas.
En el lapso de tiempo que estu-
vieren fuera de uso una u otra de
las hileras en Pedro Miguel la capa-
cidad de trAnsitos quedarA reducida
a 40, o sea 44 naves de alto bordo
por dia. (Durante un period de 24
horas han transitado el Canal hasta
48 buques.)
(Continuia en la pdgina 4)


LESSIACK JEFATURA

TASAS Y PRESUPUESTOS
El ascenso de Robert Lessiack a
Subcontralor-Tasas y Presupuestos, a
partir del 3 de enero, ha sido anun-
ciado por el Contralor Philip L.
Steers, Jr. Oliver L. Riesch ha sido
nombrado para reemplazar a Les-
siack como Jefe del Ramo de Presu-
puestos, a partir de la misma fecha.
Lessiack, oriundo de Hackensack,
Nueva Jersey, se gradu6 en la Uni-
versidad de Bucknell, en Lewisburg,
Pensilvania, en 1942, con el grado
de bachiller en ciencias en comercio
y finanzas. Sirvi6 durante 3% afios
en el Cuerpo de Infanteria de Ma-
rina, finalizando el servicio como
capitAn, trabajando luego con una
firma auditora bien conocida como
auditor subalterno antes de comen-
zar con el Canal de Panama en 1947
como aprendiz.
DespuBs de su servicio como con-
tador de costs y presupuestos, tra-
baj6 como auditor interno. En 1953
comenz6 con el Ramo de Presupues-
tos como analista de presupuestos y
avanz6 hasta el cargo de jefe del
ramo.
Riesch es native de Menomonee
Falls, Wisconsin. Despubs de asistir
al Spencerian College, en Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, fue empleado como ofi-
cinista de correos en los Estados Uni-
dos, siendo trasladado a la Divisi6n
de Correos de la Zona del Canal.


iQUE SECOS ESTAmOS En


VISPERAS DE ARO fnUEVO!

Del mes de noviembre cuando el Abundan las personas a quienes agua o escasea y hay que conservarla,
agua que fluia al Lago Gatuin era no preocupa un comino el problema pero de ninguna manera debe cesar
12 por ciento debajo de lo normal, del agua; para otras-como las del la perenne vigilancia.
pasamos a diciembre en cuyas 3 Ramo de Meteorologia e Hidrografia En la estaci6n seca, por ejemplo,
primeras semanas hubo un promedio del Canal de Panama-es un asunto cumple buscar la formula para atra-
de 63 por ciento debajo del promedio trascendental: si Ilueve o si deja de par y retener el liquid.
registrado para diciembre en 52 afios. lover, todo ello afecta. Abunda el La tabla o diagrama que publi-
camos muestra el diario fluir hacia el
Lago Gatin, en pies cibicos por
9,000 -..- - .- - -.-' segundo, asi como el promedio de
Promedio en Diciembre-9,059 pcs- -diciembre y el nivel mis bajo en
Sese mes. Para mayor ilustraci6n la
informaci6n se ha calculado en pro-
medio de 3 dias seguidos, es decir,
8 0 la informaci6n obtenida el tercer dia
8,000 es el promedio del segundo, tercero
y cuarto dias.
Como echa de verse, el fluir del
agua durante el lapso que va del 16
7,000 de diciembre es el menor para ese
7,00 lapso al punto que un viento norte
seria bienvenido.
Para actualizar mis la tabla, la
lluvia que cay6 en visperas de Navi-
o dad en Chico hizo subir en un pie
S 6,000 el nivel del Chagres. Sin embargo
Sdel chaparr6n del 26 de diciembre
1 ni una sola gota cay6 en Madden
\ ni en Gatin.


5,000


4,000




3,000

-k
.. . - - --', -,- . . -- .. ... . .

2,000 MAs Baja Diciembre-2,158 pcs


Die. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Fluir diario en la cuenca del Lago Gatin: Este diagram, preparado por el
Ramo de Meteorologia e Hidrografia, muestra el declive sostenido que va
a menos de la linea minima para diciembre. La curva se empareja con un
promedio de 3 dias consecutivos.


Los trAnsitos promedio llegaron a
31 naves diarias y necesitaron 2,625
pies cibicos de agua por segundo, lo
que excede lo normal para el tran-
sito por la esclusa en un 34 por
ciento. De alli tambi6n debe dedu-
cirse agua para uso municipal y para
fuerza hidroelectrica. La cuantia de
la deducci6n depend del 6xito que
tuviere el esfuerzo de conservaci6n
del agua.
El trAfico marino tiende a aumen-
tar en la 6poca seca precisamente
cuando el agua escasea. El consume
de energia el6ctrica normalmente
alcanza su mAximo en mayo, cuando
el nivel lacustre esti mis bajo y la
generaci6n de energia hidroel6ctrica
tambi6n.
Se estA ahorrando agua en las es-
clusas mediante el recurso de pasar
dos naves a la vez cuando ello es
factible. En las plants hidroelectri-
cas se puede ahorrar agua si todos
apagamos las luces innecesarias en
la casa.


RECIBEN MENCION PRESIDENTIAL


7 FUNCIONARIOS DEL PANCANAL
Siete empleados del Canal de PanamA fueron objeto de una Menci6n
Presidential durante la ceremonia de entrega de premios realizada en
el Sal6n de Conferencias del Edificio de Administraci6n en Balboa
Heights. Esta presentaci6n se efectu6 por primera vez como fase de
un program gubernamental enr conmemoraci6n al 109 aniversario del
program de Premios por Incentiva.
La Menci6n consist en un distintivo que Ileva el Gran Sello de
Estados Unidos asi como la firma aut6grafa del Presidente Johnson
y la del Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
El document dice: "En reconocimiento especial de contribuci6n sobre-
saliente hacia el mejoramiento y ahorro en las operaciones guberna-
mentales durante el D6cimo Aniversario del Programa Federal de
Premios por Incentiva."


Tres PrActicos del Canal, los Ca-
pitanes Robin L. Erixon, Irving G.
Hay y W. A. Reinheimer se hicieron
acreedores a la Menci6n Presidencial
por haber sugerido-conjuntamente-
un m6todo hidrAulico de impulsar
las naves hacia fuera de las esclusas.
Las otras cuatro personas que reci-
bieron la Menci6n fueron: James A.
Brooks, quien sugiri6 la utilizaci6n
de personal asignado a cotejar l'
carga en los Muelles de Crist6bal;


Crist6bal Tendra

Desde el Lunes 4

Ramo del Personal
Servicios de personal mis conve-
nientes para los empleados del Canal
de PanamA en el sector Atlantico del
Istmo resultarin del establecimiento
de una Oficina Sucursal de Crist6bal
de la Direcci6n de Personal el lunes
pr6ximo. Estara situada en el Edi-
ficio de Administraci6n de Crist6bal.
Los del sector AtlAntico estAn in-
vitados para visitarla y familiarizarse
con los empleados y servicios de la
oficina, de la cual serA jefe Marion
R. Bell.
Los nimeros telef6nicos serin
3-1288 y 3-1289 para la Secci6n de
Empleo y Utilizaci6n de Empleados;
3-2462 y 3-2739 para la Secci6n de
Salaries y Clasificaci6n; 3-1579 para
el funcionario de personal y oficinista
de jubilaciones; 3-2118 para el con-
sejero de deudas y 3-1229 para el
oficinista de introducci6n.
La nueva oficina es una sucursal
de la Divisi6n de Operaciones de la
Direcci6n de Personal bajo la jefa-
tura de Gordon M. Frick, Subdirector
de Personal.
La cercania de estas oficinas en
el sector Atlantico eliminarA, seg6n
se espera, much tiempo de viaje
que ha sido necesario en el pasado
para arreglar algunos asuntos de
personal.


John M. Klasovsky, quien sugiri6 una
alternative al disefio para las vAlvulas
de la compuerta; Richard D. Pea-
cock, quien sugiri6 transformar la
Revista del Canal de Panamd de
mensual a trimestral; y Joseph M.
Watson quien sugiri6 reducir la me-
canografia repetitive mediante el
anpleo de mAquinas verifax.
La Sra. Ruth C. Sawyer, de la
Division de Transporte Maritimo y
Leigh C. Paulson, de la Divisi6n de
Abastos, recibieron cada uno un
cheque por $150 y premio por servi-
cios superiores.
La Sra. Sawyer fue encomiada por
servicios superiores en su capacidad
de avudante oficinista. Su certificado
anota su consagraci6n en mejorar la
eficiencia de su dependencia, asi
como su buena volunta en asumir
responsabilidades lo que permit a
su supervisor desentenderse de tareas
rutinarias para dedicar su tiempo en
asuntos mis importantes.
Leigh C. Paulson fue encomiado
por servicios superiores prestados
como subjefe funcionario de abastos
generals. "Durante los pasados tres
afios" anota el certificado, "ha de-
mostrado gran habilidad administra-
tiva y excepcional talent en impul-
sar la eficiencia en los dep6sitos de
Mount Hope utilizando ayuda mecA-
nica y en varias otras formas."
Treinta sugerencias beneficiosas
merecieron premios a las siguientes
personas: Albert D. Jones, quien
sugiri6 eliminar un riesgo en el Ramo
de Mantenimiento de Predios; Win-
ters A. Hope, cuya sugerencia para
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores ---_2,264
Esclusas de Gat6i __--n 781
Las Cruces, 6 viajes-__--_ 499
Reina Manuelita, 2 viajes._ 19
Jardines de Summit, 5 giras_ 446
Planta Filtradora, 1 gira--_ 50
Southern Cross ________1,159


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Diciembre 31, 1964


Gente en la Noticia


Daisy L. Taylor es vendedora en el
Centro de Servicios Comunales en
Balboa, con un total de 22 aiios de
servicio en la organizaci6n del Canal
de PanamA, todos ellos con la Direc-
ci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales. La Sra. Taylor le pone precio
a la mercancia, revisa la existencia
y leva a cabo el inventario de control
de existencias en el Centro de Ser-
vicios Comunales. Naci6 en la ciudad
de Panama y reside en el Parque
Lefrevre. Hace solamente un afio
contrajo matrimonio con el Sr. Men-
doza Taylor. En sus ratos libres
trabaja en la educaci6n cristiana en
la Iglesia de Dios, en Rio Abajo.


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Valentina Arosemena G6mez es una
nueva Ayudante en el Centro de
Servicios Comunales de Balboa.
Lleva 6 meses al servicio de la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal de PanamA con
Ia Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales. Antes de ingresar a la
organizaci6n del Canal, trabaj6 en
el almacen La Casa Japonesa y en
la abarroteria La Milagrosa en la
ciudad de PanamA. Su trabajo actual
consiste en ponerle precio a la mer-
cancia que Ilega al Centro de Ser-
vicios Comunales de Balboa, que ha
tenido una gran actividad durante
los dias de Navidad.


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ABREN EL 4 MATRICULAS PARA


CURSOS DE LA U. DE FLORIDA


Del 4 al mediodia del 8 de enero
estarAn abiertas las matriculas para
los cursos de extension universitaria
de la Universidad de Florida. Se
trata rl- II Trmestre del afio lectivo
1964-65 y quienes desearen matricu-
larse deben de acudir al Edificio 808
de la Base Aerea de Albrook. Para
mayores facilidades los dias 6 y 7 de
enero se aceptarAn matriculas fuera
de las horas hAbiles, de 6:30 a 8 de
la noche en el mismo sitio.
Cerradas las matriculas al medio-
dia del dia 8 se determinarAn los
cursos que se vayan a dictar, ya que


deben de matricularse un minimo de
20 estudiantes para que se dicte una
material dada. Para matriculas a des-
tiempo se require la aprobaci6n del
Director.
Para ser admitido como alumno se
require un diploma de segunda ense-
nanza o su equivalent. Las classes se
inician el 11 de enero y concluyen
el 16 de abril.

(Para mayor informaci6n sirvase
llamar al tel6fono Albrook 7238. Con-
sulte nuestra secci6n inglesa para los
cursos.)


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
ENERO

1-ANO NUEVO, feriado en todo el Istmo.
5- 7-Celebraci6n de las tradicionales fiestas patronales con
servicios religiosos, lidia de toros, rifias de gallos y
bailes populares en Remedios, Chiriqui.
Inicio de la temporada taurina en la Plaza de la Maca-
rena en la ciudad de Panama.
14-15-Fiestas Patronales del Cristo de Esquipulas en Ant6n.
Peregrinaje annual que congrega a devotos de todos los
puntos de la Republica. Procesiones de campesinos
que convergen sobre Ant6n, descendiendo hasta de
sus montafias.
19-22-Famosas Fiestas Patronales de San SebastiAn en Oci.
Festividad religiosa sumada a feria agropecuaria y
concursos folkl6ricos, rifias de gallos, lidia de toros,
fuegos artificiales y bailes populares.
Reuni6n de miembros de la Asociaci6n Nacional de
Editores de los Estados Unidos. Ciudad de PanamA.


gSabia usted que en Colombia hay
nieve? Cuenta ese pais con una region
perpetuamente nevada con tempera-
tura bajo cero. Tambien tiene regio-
nes tropicales y subtropicales en la
zona baja.

Tres cuartas parties de la poblacidn
de Nicaragua (1,600,000) es rural. Al
menos 80 por ciento dependent de
faenas agricolas para su subsistencia.
Cultivan cafe, algod6n, ajonjoli, y la
ganaderia.



SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
m6. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
ROBERT T. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
DAVID S. PARKER
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.


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


LUNES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-El Fabricante de Noticias
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
l:45-Avances
:O00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00-E1 Nifio del Circo
7:30-Mister Ed
8:00- El Detective Millonario
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


MARTES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-El Fabricante de Noticias
12:45- Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
A400 Teeteatro-de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Show de Donna Reed
7:30-Fuego de Juventud
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-La Marina de McHale
9:30-El Abogado Audaz
10;00-Noticias
10:15-Teletcatro


MIERCOLES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- El Fabricante de Noticias
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-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--El Fabricante de Noticias
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- El Fabricante de Noticias
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-Los Angeles Azules
7:30- Picapiedras
8:00- Combate
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00- Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

SABADO

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


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres C6lebres
10:45- Slvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Cita Informal
12:00-Reprise: Novela Semanal
2:00-Repris6: San Martin de Porres
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30-Desde el Hip6dromo
5:30-La Comedia Silente
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Espionaje
9:00-Ruta 66
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51- Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Infonativo del Mediodia
1:15- Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-San Martin de Porres
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- Cndido Prez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30- San Martin de Porres
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-E1 Pijaro Loco
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30--Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-La Cuerda Floja
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MIERCOLES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Randall el Justiciero
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
4:00-Documental
4:30--La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30- San Martin de Porres
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Programa Especial
7:00--Noticias
7:30-E1 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 y C6micas
12:25-Pete y Gladys
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55- Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-San Martin de Porres
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-E1 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
1:45-Pelicula
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-San Martin de Porres
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-E1 Santo
10:30-El Mundo al Vuelo
SABADO
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Rev61ver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-De Interes Para Usted
1:30-Los Expertos Contestan
2:00-Repris6: Novela de las 5
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Programa Especial
7:00- Noticias
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Perry Mason
9:00-Las Enfermeras
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15-Pelicula


En Su Pantalla

PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
Virns 10 --- NO SHOW Any Number Can Win and Owl Show 10 p.m. Only
Viees 1 NO SHOW The Last Time I Saw Archie Phantom Of The Rue Morgue

SAbado 2 Any Number Can Win and The Lion and
Sbado 2 The Last Time I Saw Archie NO SHOW Take Her, She's Mine

Domingo 3_-- Sunday In New York Move Over, Darling The Story Of Ruth
Lunes 4.--- Sunday In New York AOperation Dames and The Story Of Ruth
Attack Of The Puppet People

Martes 5_- NO SHOW The Condemned Of Altona Alone Against Rome

Mioles 6- Operation Dames and John Paul Jones NO SHOW
Miroles 6 Attack Of The Puppet People
jueves 7 The Condemned Of Altona N Night Of The Blood Beast and
Jueves 7__ The Condemned Of Altona NO SHOW Brute Force
NO SHW Wild In The Country and Owl Show 10 p.m. Only
Viernes 8--- NO SHOW Union Station Target Zero
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Diciembre 31, 1964 SPILL WAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA PAgina 3


LA NINA ESTELA PEREZ ESTABLECE



DOS NUEVAS MARCAS DE NATACION

S Esta es la destacada nadadora
Estela Perez, quien logr6 tres
primeros puestos en el Cam-
... -' "'eonato Nacional de Nataci6n
ca e ein Infantil ) Juvenil celebrado en
la Piscina Olimpica de Pana-
ima. La nifia P6rez implant
mareas nacionales en los 50
metros estilo espalda y los 50
metros estilo pecho. Toda una
... pronlesa de la nataci6n pana-
mefia. Estela tiene solamente
10 afios de edad y la prensa
,panamenia ha comentado que
fue la figure mis sobresaliente
S de las competencias con su tri-
d Sa, t pie triunfo y las dos marcas
nacionales impuestas. Quizis
dentro de algunos afios tendre-
p mos a la pequefia Estela repre-
lsentando a Panamri en una
,Olimpiada Mundial.



Atendiendo a la gentil invitaci6n de la Comisi6n Nacional de Nataci6n, 30 j6venes estu-
diantes y 3 maestros de las comunidades de Paraiso, Santa Cruz y Rainbow City y miembros
del equipo de nataci6n de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal, tuvieron desta-
cada actuaci6n en el Campeonato Nacional de Nataci6n Infantil y Juvenil, celebrado el 17 y
18 del present bajo el patrocinio de la Comisi6n Nacional de Nataci6n de la Rep6blica de
PanamL.

El jueves 17 se efectuaron las eliminatorias, correspondiendo a 10 estudiantes de Paraiso,
5 de Rainbow City y a 2 de Santa Cruz el derecho de participar en las pruebas finales del dia
siguiente.
No obstante lo refiidisimo de las pruebas finales, se distinguieron los estudiantes Jorge Es-
cobar, Donaldo Logan, Roberto Mayers y Roberto Gill, de Rainbow City; Arnulfo Hope y
Silvano Martinez, de Santa Cruz; y Julio Mena, Vincent Thomas, C6sar Pdrez, Valencio Thomas,
Anthony Gerald y Estela P6rez, de Paraiso.
La principal nadadora fue la nifia Estela P6rez, quien gan6 los 50 metros estilo libre con
tiempo de 38.3 segundos, los 50 metros espalda con 46.8 segundos y los 50 metros estilo pecho
con 52.1 segundos, estableciendo nuevas marcas nacionales en estas dos i'ltimas pruebas, proezas
que le han garantizado un puesto en la preselecci6n que serviri de base para escoger al equipo
national que representarA a la Rep6blica de PanamA en el IV Campeonato Centroamericano y
del Caribe de Nataci6n Infantil-Juvenil, que se llevarA a cabo en la ciudad de Cali, Colombia,
en agosto de 1965.
En resume, el equipo de las comunidades latinoamericanas ocup6 tres primeros puestos,
siete segundos puestos y un tercero.
El Superintendent de las Escuelas de la Zona del Canal ha expresado su complacencia
por la invitaci6n y la participaci6n de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas en este Campeonato
Nacional de Nataci6n Infantil-Juvenil de la Rep6iblica de Panami.


La delegaci6n de las comunidades y Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal al IV Campeonato Nacional
de Nataci6n Infantil y Juvenil, posa en la Piscina Olimpica de PanamA con los profesores Isolda Rodriguez, al
extreme izquierdo, y Julio Sinclair, quinto de la izquierda, atris. La actuaci6n de esta delegaci6n fue muy lucida.


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Este es el equipo de softball del Primer Ciclo de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, que esti participando en el campeonato intercolegial de softball
femenino de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal. A la
izquierda, estA la Profesora Thelma Osorio Flores, director del conjunto.


El conjunto de beisbol del Primer Ciclo de la Escuela de Santa Cruz, es
dirigido por el Profesor Julio Sinclair, parade al extreme izquierdo, y es
uno de los fuertes contendores al titulo de campe6n en el torneo intercolegial
de beisbol de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.


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Jos6 D. Ampudia, parade al extreme izquierdo, professor de educaci6n fisica
en la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso, es el director de la novena del Primer
Ciclo de ese plantel, en el campeonato intercolegial de beisbol de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.


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El equipo de softball femenino del Primer Ciclo de la Escuela de Santa
Cruz, es otro de los participants en el campeonato intercolegial de ese
deported en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal. La novena
cs dirigida por Jos4 French, parade atras, Ayudante de Recreaci6n.


Paigina 3


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Diciembre 31, 1964


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Diciembre 31, 1964


ESCOLARES DE FUERTE DAVIS


PRACTICAL LA HIDROGRAFIA


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Los j6venes meteorologos Dianna Berrara y Wes Fue aparecen leyendo un
pluvi6metro en la estaci6n meteorol6gica de Fuerte Davis situada en la
Escuela Primaria de Fuerte Davis.


"Esta es la Escuela de Fuerte
Davis y tengo una lectura de una
noche de 0.10 de pulgada de lluvia,"
informa una voz infantil en el tel6-
fono a la Oficina Hidrografica de
Crist6bal.
El informed viene de la estaci6n
meteorol6gica de Fuerte Davis situa-
da en la Escuela Primaria de Fuerte
Davis. Durante el mes pasado el me-
teor6logo del Canal de Panama en la
Oficina Hidrografica de Crist6bal,
Manuel Smith, ha recibido cada
mafiana un informed de la precipita-
ci6n local de parte de los alumnos del
sexto grado, Dianna Berrara o Wes
Fue.
Tres veces durante el dia de classes
los informes son enviados a la oficina
de Crist6bal y estos informes son
incluidos en el informed diario a la
oficina de Balboa.
El pluvi6metro fue obtenido como
un pr6stamo de la organizaci6n del
Canal de Panama como una aplica-
ci6n prActica para el studio de cien-
cias. El Sargento John Holly, Meteo-
r6logo de la Fuerza A6rea de los
EE. UU. ofreci6 voluntariamente su
ayuda, hizo una demostraci6n de
various instruments meteorol6gicos y
explic6 la importancia de la oficina
meteorol6gica y la predicci6n del
tiempo.
La clase qued6 impresionada con
la importancia de la media precise
de la precipitaci6n lluviosa, ya que


Charlas Escolares

Sobre Seguridad
Unos 4,000 escolares de primaria
han recibido consejos sobre seguri-
dad de parte del Sargento Walter
A. Alves, durante program de plA-
ticas sobre seguridad realizado bajo
los auspicios de la Divisi6n de Poli-
cia de la Zona del Canal.
Por various afios se han venido dic-
tando charlas sobre seguridad en
el manejo de bicicletas. Este aiio las
plAticas se extendieron a juegos calle-
jeros y alrededor de coaches estacio-
nados; cruzar la via piblica; riesgos
de correr cuando cumple caminar;
mirar en ambas direcciones antes de
cruzar la calle; seguridad en el ciclis-
mo y prohibici6n de montar en las
aceras; luces durante la noche; uso
de sefiales de mano; peligrosidad y
prohibici6n de asirse a un vehiculo
en march mientras se hace ciclismo
y peligro de usar la via p6blica para
deslizarse, cuesta abajo, en scooters,
patines y carritos.
El program mereci6 buena aco-
gida de parte del estudiantado y del
profesorado; se ha continuado colo-
cando carteles en los planteles para
mantener present los riesgos.
Los planteles donde se llev6 a
cabo el program fueron: Anc6n,
Balboa, Diablo, La Boca, Pedro
Miguel, Paraiso, Santa Cruz y St.
Mary's.


1963 fue Ao Fatal

Para la Navegaci6n
Desde los dias de la II Guerra
Mundial no se registraba un anio
tan fatal para la navegaci6n de
alto bordo como el de 1963.
Segiin se desprende de datos
consignados en el Registro Lloyd's
se perdieron 254 naves con un
tonelaje de 496,805 toneladas,
comparados con 249 embarcacio-
nes con un tonelaje agregado de
481,098 toneladas perdidas en
1962.
Estas perdidas fueron debidas
a hundimientos, naufragios, enca-
llamientos e incendios. Quienes
mAs sufrieron fueron los armado-
res griegos, que perdieron 22
naves con un tonelaje de 89,273
toneladas, inclusive el lujoso vapor
Lakonia que se hundi6 despu6s de
incendiarse.
Otros navios de alto bordo' que
sucumbieron en 1963 fueron el
Sulphur Queen, el Hai Zaing, el
Brittany y el Trit6nica.



hunor y se9u42id


la reserve de agua para la operaci6n I RDO
del Canal durante la estaci6n seca se N LA
determine por la cantidad de preci- "-
pitaci6n, especialmente durante el t --
mes de noviembre.
La adquisici6n de instruments
meteorol6gicos adicionales es espe-
rada para extender la operaci6n de
la estaci6n meteorol6gica de la Es-
cuela Primaria de Fuerte Davis
durante la estaci6n seca.



ANIVERSARIOS

20 Aios de Servicio


CONTRALORIA
Norma Boxill
Operaria de Perforadora
OFICINA DE NUEVA ORLEANS
George J. Brugier
Agente de Compras
DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Margaret L. Csighy
Ayudante Mecan6grafa,
Disposici6n de Propiedad
Excedente
Vivian G. Corn
Ayudante de Proyectos de
Uurbanizaci6n
Vernon F. Kepford, Jr.
Ayudante, Abastos Generales
C. Carvajal
Trabajador de Lecheria
Isabel V. Jackson
Camera
Frank U. Holness
Aseador
Evans A. Clarke
Aseador
Magin Garcia
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Jer6nimo Quintana
Recolector de Basura
Amelia G. Layne
Ayudante Panadera
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Joe W. Stevens
MecAnico Tornero (NAutico)
Jos6 Yanare C.
Pasabarcos
Cecil Gaynor
Ayudante Mecanico Tornero
Joseph Burke
Conductor de Cami6n Pesado
Jose I. Bonilla
Pasabarcos
Francisco Mercado B.
Marinero
Francisco Rodriguez
Marinero
Kenneth Wade
Oficinista
Andrds C6rdoba
Pasacables
Leonardo V. Blackman
Oficinista
Clinton H. Stair
Pasabarcos
Elton Thompson
Ayudante Operario de Esclusas
Dudley Burrell
Pasabarcos
Jos6 A. Phillips
Ayudante Mecanico Tornero
Rogelio H. Pinate
Operario de Lanchas
Roberto Corpas
Pasacables


DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA Y
CONSTRUCTION
Warren W. Morse
Ingeniero Mecanico de Turno
Isaac N. Burgess
Capataz Mecanico Tornero
(Mantenimiento)
Hermenegildo Ortega
Operario de Montacargas
Joseph Stultz
Oficinista
Oscar G. Agueda
Marinero
Alfonso Sterling
Lubricador
Jes6s I. Ramirez V.
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Venal C. Mayers
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Jos6 E. Delgado B.
Marinero
Pascual Ramos
Marinero
George C. Worrell
Marinero
Cleveland A. Heath
Marinero
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORTES
Y TERMINALES
Francis E. Reardon
Subjefe Oficinista, Ayudante
Le6n A. Nicholson
Conductor de Autob6s Escolar
George Moore
Ayudante Despachador de
Combustibles Liquidos
F. A. Rodriguez
Estibador
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Evelyn D. Engelke
Secretaria, Esten6grafa
Edward J. Husum, Jr.
Sargento de Policia
James A. Weiselogel
Policia Raso
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Pauline L. Todd
Diet6tica
Dorothy M. Hanners
Subjefe Ayudante Contadora
Dionisio Vitola
Mozo de Oficios (Hospital)
James E. Gaugh
Oficinista
F. S. Blackman
Auxiliar de Enfermeria
(Medicina General y Cirugia)
Jos6 I. Vega
Carnicero
Ren6 A. Granier
Auxiliar de Enfermeria
(Psiquiatria)
Armando Zamuria
Mozo de Oficio, Servicio de
Comidas


Plato Antiguo

Pero Volador
Mientras curioseaban en una tien-
da de antigiiedades en Grensboro,
Carolina del Norte, el matrimonio
Wayne Foscue, residents del nime-
ro 918-A, La Boca, dieron inespe-
radamente con un plato que llevaba
impreso un calendario del Canal de
PanamA y que data de hace medio
siglo.
Aparentemente se trata de una
pieza de porcelana obsequiada como
aguinaldo en el afio en que se inau-
gur6 el Canal interoceAnico. El Area
central del plato lleva un dibujo
del Canal; encima hay dos bande-
ras estadounidenses entrecruzadas y
abajo una leyenda que dice "Com-
pliments of Peter Meyer, Milford,
Ill." Bordeando el mapa topogrAfico
del Canal, aparece un calendario del
afio 1915. El plato lleva borde
dorado, pero no sefiala d6nde fue
manufacturado.
La Sra. Foscue, quien es maestra
de la Escuela Primaria de Diablo, no
se especializa en antigiiedades aun-
que su marido, ingeniero electrico
de la organizaci6n del Canal, si
colecciona copas para bigotes.
El matrimonio Foscue ha escrito
a Milford, Illinois, en la esperanza
de obtener mayores datos sobre este
curioso plato trotamundos que ha
viajado de esa localidad a Carolina
del Norte y de alla al Istmo de
PanamA.


RECIBEN MENCION
el estacionamiento nocturno de ca-
miones en Gamboa ahorrara $420
por afio; Russel E. Oberholtzer,
quien sugiri6 que cada Policia de la
Zona llevase su nombre impreso
sobre su uniform; Clois C. Duffie,
sugiri6 mejor forma de limpiar los
aparatos del aire acondicionado del
Edificio de Administraci6n; Vivian
Smith, sugiri6 mejoramiento en pro-
cedimientos del uso de la caja regis-
tradora en el Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Rainbow City.
Harry E. Pearl sugiri6 que los em-
pleados de mantenimiento de Predios
usen ropa distintiva para identificar-
los como empleados del Canal; Euse-
bio Ortiz, que los faroles de los ve-
hiculos de emergencia sean usados
durante los recorridos diurnos de
emergencia; Henry A. Thousand,
una mejora en el servicio de mensa-
jeros; Ethel W. Brown y Joan C.
Fitzgerald, un m6todo simplificado
de reemplazar los bombillos de las
sefiales telef6nicas; John Y. Wagner,
una mejora en la declaraci6n de
cuarentena usada por los funcionarios
de abordaje.
Yukio Kobashigawa, un m6todo
para suministrar energia de emer-
gencia al sistema de microonda;
Oscar R. Spalding, sugiri6 que se
expidan instrucciones relacionadas
con la conduct de los pasabarcos
bajo condiciones de urgencia en los
navios en transito; Richard O. Egger,
tres procedimientos para la opera-
ci6n mecAnica de las nuevas loco-
motoras de remolque en caso de
falla de solenoide; William D.
Keepers, un nuevo procedimiento
para la prueba rutinaria del equipo
de central telef6nica, que se estima
resultarA en un ahorro annual de $900.


Reacondicionamiento
Durante todas las fases del reacon-
dicionamiento se espera que se
podra tender el trAfico normal, con
excepci6n de dias de mayor inten-
sidad.
Se adoptarAn medidas adecuadas
para facilitar el transito con la menor
demora possible.
El servicio de remolcadores se
extenderA gratis a las naves que nor-
malmente no requieren tal servicio
en condiciones normales cuando solo
una hilera de esclusas esta disponi-
ble debido al reacondicionamiento
en la otra.
Las esclusas todas contarAn con el
personal necesario para el manejo del
mayor n6mero de trAnsitos que fuere
possible bajo las circunstancias.
Supernaves y otras embarcacio-
nes que requieren un paso franco
diurno, serin admitidas en form de


Nuevos Formularios

Para Pedir Licencia
Los formularios de solicitud de li-
cencia han sido cambiados, declar6
el Director Interino del Personal,
Gordon M. Frick.
Los nuevos formularios-en espa-
fiol e ingl6s-pueden obtenerse en la
Secci6n de Archivos Personales-
Ramo Administrativo, Edificio 366,
Anc6n.
Las solicitudes de formularios
deben de hacerse a esa oficina.



Conferencia del


Dr. Picard Ami
La Asociaci6n de Educaci6n Espe-
cial celebrara su primera reuni6n del
afio el mi6rcoles 6 de enero a las
7:30 de la noche en el auditorio del
Centro de Beneficencia Hebrea en
La Boca Road.
El psiquiatra Dr. Luis A. Picard
Ami hablara sobre Problemas Emo-
cionales Comunes a los Nifios Excep-
cionales.
El conferencista de la noche, Dr.
Picard Ami, es jefe de la secci6n de
psiquiatria del Hospital Santo Tomas,
professor ayudante en psiquiatria en
la Escuela de Medicina de la Uni-
versidad de PanamA y consultor
psiquiAtrico en el Hospital del Nifio.


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Florence E. Derrer, la instalaci6n
de una linea telef6nica direct a la
Secci6n de Deducciones de la Sec-
ci6n de Planillas y Contabilidad
Mecinica; Kenneth L. Manthorne,
un procedimiento mejorado para
guardar cheques de pago; Joan M.
Voyles, la instalaci6n de tramos a
prueba de resbalones en el piso del
Hospital Gorgas; Egbert Willies, la
eliminaci6n de riesgos "en los carios
bombas; Ralph L. Stinson, Jr., que
el barco Crist6bal sea equipado con
planchas y tablas de planchar.
John R. Lewis, una mejora de se-
guridad para los talleres de la Divi-
si6n de Transportes a Motor; Cleve-
land E. Stevens, el uso de sumarias
impresas en los Juzgados; John A.
Mann, la obtenci6n de un monitor
de mon6xido de carbon para las
pruebas peri6dicas de los compreso-
res usados para las operaciones de
buceo; Ethel W. Brown, la instala-
ci6n de una ventana de servicio
propio en el Drive Inn; Arthur L.
Livingston, un cambio en las maqui-
nas vendedoras de estampillas; Chris
E. Haywood, la instalaci6n de un
timbre de llamada en el Almac6n
de Paraiso.
Tobi C. Bittel, la instalaci6n de
un buz6n para el material del SPILL-
WAY en la entrada del Edificio de
Administraci6n; Shirley A. Mussel-
man, un cambio en el procedimiento
de planillas; Richard E. Kresge, una
sugerencia relacionada con adiestra-
miento adicional del personal del
Cuerpo de Seguridad de las Esclu-
sas; Roger J. Garnes, un m6todo
mejorado para dar parte de incen-
dios en el Hospital de Coco Solo, y
Burton J. Hackett, Jr., una mejora de
seguridad para las maquinas de
cortar la hierba.


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que causen la menor reducci6n posi-
ble en la capacidad de manejo.
En caso de que quedase un rema-
nente significativo de naves durante
alguna fase del reacondicionamiento,
6ste sera atendido antes de acometer
la siguiente fase.
A fin de evitar en lo possible todo
trastorno se ha solicitado la colabo-
raci6n de los circulos maritimos en
el sentido de que mantengan infor-
madas a las autoridades del Canal
de Panama de la fecha exacta del
arribo de sus barcos, asi como en
que Ileguen ya listos a transitar en
lo que concierne al calado y demas
requisitos.
Hasta donde ello fuere necesario,
las naves que arriben sin el aviso
previo requerido y demAs requisitos,
se verin postergadas en beneficio de
las que cumpliesen todos los requi-
sitos.


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