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Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: October 15, 1965
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00532
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)

Full Text




THE PANAMA CANAL ofthe Panama canl Museum





spilled way

Vol. IV, No. 17 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, October 15, 1965


Repair Work


Pushed on


2 Destroyers
Work has been in progress here
since last Wednesday, on a 'round-
the-clock schedule, on permanent
repairs to two destroyers damaged
in a collision off the Florida coast
recently.
They are the U.S.S. Hawkins,
which sustained damage to the bow,
and the U.S.S. Vesole, with stern
damage. The work is being done at
the Marine Bureau's Industrial Divi-
sion facility at Mount Hope. The
collision occurred during night
maneuvers of the squadron (eight
ships) of U.S. Navy vessels.
The repair work is being carried
on with the maximum force that can
be utilized on the job, Marine Direc-
tor Capt. M. J. Prince, USN, said.
Repairs are scheduled for completion
tomorrow.


Industrial Division

Work Is Commended
The Panama Canal's Industrial
Division has shared with the Office
of the Industrial Manager, 15th
Naval District, a tip of the hat from
Capt. D. L. Mitchell, commanding
officer of the U.S.S. Duval County.
Captain Mitchell noted that
although some repair work on his
ship placed a heavy demand on
available repair facilities, "on all
occasions work commenced quickly,
progressed well, and was of high
quality." He expressed appreciation
for the efforts "enabling the ship to
maintain a high degree of readiness"
throughout its recent deployment
here.
Forwarding word of the commen-
dation, Capt. R. G. Shaver, Indus-
trial Manager, USN, 15th Naval
District, added a "well done" expres-
sion of his own appreciation for the
PanCanal Industrial Division per-
sonnel's "timely and efficient efforts."


53 Complete

Supervisory
Training
Fifty-two men and one woman of
the Supply and Community Service
Bureau have received Certificates of
Participation upon completion of
a 30-hour course in Supervisors
Training.
The course was given by the
Supply and Community Service
Bureau's training officer and in-
cluded employees of both divisions
of the Bureau from Atlantic and
Pacific sides of the Isthmus. Those
receiving certificates were:
Housing Branch
Jos6 Aguilar, John Francis, Ram6n
Flores, Stanley Griffith, Alpheus A.
Shan, Stanley Hawkins, Edgar
McGill, C. A. Archibold, R. A.
Romero, and B. F. Alleyne.
Service Center Branch
Victoria de Rojas, A. Zapata, Ni-
comedes Fria Herrera.
Storehouse Branch
Lionel R. Worrell, Ernesto Blake,
Lincoln S. Gordon, Vincent C.
Forde, Kenneth 0. Blackman, Albert
Smith, Eugene Dudley, Edgar Law-
rence, Duncan Williams, Jr., Leslie
A. Thompson, Cleveland G. Meikle,
and George Corbin.
SUPPLY DIVISION
Retail Store Branch
R. E. McEachren, John Carring-
(Continued on p. 4)


LIBRARY-museum GIVEn COLLECTIon


Deadly Mosquito Back,


4


JAMES P MC[LAREN


But in Plastic
The deadly Aedes Aegypti, the
mosquito which transmits the often
fatal yellow fever, has returned to
the Isthmus-preserved in plastic.
Specimens of the mosquito, whose
brothers and sisters were completely
exterminated in Panama in 1949 and
1950, are part of a collection of
insects embedded in clear plastic by
James MacLaren, Chief of the Divi-
sion of Sanitation. Part of this col-
lection was given to the Canal Zone
Library-Museum, recently, as an
example of local hobbies.
The versatile Sanitation Chief has
a number of hobbies, one of which
is collecting insects and other fauna
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.. .. ot the jungle. A second noobby grow- 11
S ,, .-" ing out of this was the use of secor
. J '- 7 embedding plastic to preserve speci- some
mens for study and exhibits, of Sa
-,. d --.
SA- Aid on "Extras"
Dance of the Sawyer beetles: A pair of dancing jungle beetles, embeded in C
plastic, attracts the attention of Ermna Jepsen, left, and Fern Fugleberg, Speed Chldren's
right, two Canal Zone Library assistants who are admiring the collection
of insects in plastic donated to the Canal Zone Library-Museum by James As everyone who has had any but i
MacLaren, Chief of the Division of Sanitation, center. association with children appreciates, usefu
it takes more than good medicine and Th
International Credit Union Day good nursing to help children get appre
Srewell quickly. Children must be patie
Observance Set for October 21 happy, and toys and special furnish- chair
Observance Set for October 21 ings that make a hospital ward seem rubbh
International Credit Union Day the credit union-will be furnished more homelike facilitate care for the and c
is being observed all over the world by the Federal Credit Unions oper- ill youngsters. dolls'
on October 21 by millions of credit ating in the Latin American coin- Coco Solo Hospital, like most hos- pads,
union members. Official observance munities. pitals, must depend on community large
originated in 1948 to mark the 100th Another highlight in the week's support for these items. book:
anniversary of the founding of the celebration will be a special credit "I firmly believe that there are hsizeld
credit union movement. At that time, union film which will be presented many in our local communities who
the directors of the Credit Union on the Armed Forces television net- would be eager to help us in this group
National Association named the third work (SCN), at 9:05 p.m. on Thurs- area, and that we need only let them
week of October as "Credit Union day, October 21. know our needs for them to offer I
Week" and the third Thursday of The credit unions in the Canal help," said Dr. Patrick D. Tisdale,
October as International Credit Zone have come a long way since Chief, Pediatric Department. "Help- CZ
Union Day. 1936 when a handful of Canal Zone ing make the children happy will not oslov
A few years ago, credit unions residents met to see what could be only help the hospital, but strengthen tion o
were unknown in most parts of the done to finance vacations or emer- the community as a whole," he Th
world. Today, credit unions exist in agencies which required unexpected added enve]


more than 70 countries and are
serving more people in more coun-
tries than ever before. There are
more than 28,000 credit unions,
mostly in the United States and
Canada, with more than 15 million
menmber-owners.
In saluting their progress, and con-
gratulating the Directors of Credit
Union National Association, Pres-
ident Johnson has said that "credit
unions are providing people of
modest means with a way to accu-
mulate their savings at ample inter-
est, and with a reliable source of
loans at fair interest rates. They are
helping the poorer and less privi-
leged to partake increasingly of the
more abundant life."
The theme of this year's observ-
ance is: "International Credit Union
Day Is A Day Of Thanksgiving."
A highlight in the local celebra-
tion activities is an essay writing
contest among the pupils of the Latin
American schools in the Canal Zone.
Sponsored by the credit unions on
both sides of the Isthmus, with the
cooperation of the Schools Division,
the contest includes pupils from
grade 5 to grade 12. The theme of
the contest is: Credit Unions-their
purpose and functions.
Both elementary and secondary
school principals will appoint a com-
mittee of judges to select the best
English and the best Spanish papers.
In making the selection the judges
will give particular attention to the
presentation of the theme and the
grammar in the composition.
Prizes for the contest-shares in


financial output, as well as provide
a safe place to invest their savings.
Today, there are seven Federal
credit unions in the Canal Zone, in-
cluding two that serve the employees
of the Armed Forces, and these have
a combined membership of over
(Continued on p. 4)


A children's ward can use prac-
tically anything that will help beau-
tify the ward or entertain the boys
and girls.
The physical plant is good, with
large, well-ventilated, well-lighted
rooms, and a beautiful play porch,


Prison
He became interested in this
hobby about a year ago when he was
demonstrating to the technicians in
the entomology laboratory of the
Division of Sanitation the methods
of preserving specimens in plastic.
The hobby proved so interesting
that his collection now includes more
than 100 specimens, including all
insects of medical importance except
lice. He also has preserved in plastic
small reptiles, bats, and some fish.
Some are from "out of town"-such
as the mosquito which was brought
from Atlanta, Ga., and two species
of the chagus bug, obtained from
Peru.
T i, _Mi10- 111f ol y 11- 1 1110


addition to the display on the
nd floor of the Main Library,
are on exhibit at the Division
nitation.


Can Help

Recovery
nany accessory items would be
il.
he following items would be
eciated for the use of the young
nts: Scooter, pedal car, high
s, stroller, radio, pa amas,
er shower slippers, a hamster
cage, miscellaneous toys, dolls,
clothes, blocks, play pen and
crib toys of all types, balls,
stuffed animals, children's
s, records, toy boxes and child-
table and chair sets for feeding
ren in the 6- to 8-year age
p.


T'S BEEN MOVED?
is the abbreviation for Czech-
akia, according to the deduc-
of an Illinois secretary.
he address, neatly typed on the
lope, plainly said "Panama
1 Co. Cristobal, Czechoslova-
but the ever-alert U.S. post
delivered the letter to the right-
ddressee in the Canal Zone.
ie letter was in response to a
est for information by Julius
ore, Jr., Assistant Chief, Panama
a1 Industrial Division.


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ful a
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Painted bright red like other vessels of the J. Lauritzen fleet, the big-beamed "Selma Dan", was a splash of
color as she moved slowly into Miraflores Locks, leaving only 2 feet to spare on each side. The tanker measures
753 feet in length and has a beam of 106 feet. She was southbound on her first transit of the Canal en route from
Curacao to Yokohama with a cargo of 38,499 tons of fuel oil. C. Fernie & Co. represents this and other ships of
the extensive Lauritzen fleet at the Canal.








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


October 15, 1965


Sporting neat beards grown during their trip through Central America are
John Stone, left, and Douglas Crook, both of St. Petersburg, Fla. Crook
is a former Canal Zone resident.



FORMER CZ. RESIDENT, PAL


HA VE REAL "BREEZY" TRIP
"It was a breeze," said a former money, they carried sleeping
Canal Zone resident who returned and canned goods and slept
to the Isthmus last week over the truck. What appeared to be ex
Inter-American Highway. motel accommodations, h(
Douglas Crook, son of the late were located all along the hi
Wilson H. Crook, former Supply and they said.
Community Service Director and Sleeping in the open prese:
Mrs. Crook, drove to Panama from problems at times, especially
Florida in an International Scout were near a town or city. Oft,
truck and reported smooth sailing were awakened by scores of
all the way-except for one big blow. children who silently c:
And that was a honey. around the truck to watch the
Crook and his friend John Stone travellers.
of St. Petersburg, Fla., arrived in The roads were so good i
Mazatlan, Mexico, at the same time temala, El Salvador, and H(
that a hurricane-type storm hit the that they had trouble witl
town. money. Not for lack of it but b
Before they realized it, they were they took so little time-4 to 6
driving in winds that reached a driving through that they didi
maximum of 165 miles an hour. The time to change currency.
heavy Scout truck was in danger of In Mexico, they found the
being blown off the road or inun- no way to avoid Mexico C:
dated by the heavy rains, so they roads lead to the capital. It v
took refuge in an airport. It was same in Managua, Nicaragua
shelter and that was about all highways are well marked bi
because it was flooded too. cities fail to have adequate s
The next day they spent several the roads leading out.
hours getting out of town because They made the trip betwe
of the wrecked buildings, flooded Jose to David, Panama in 15
streets and uprooted trees and power and reported a rough time. E
lines, road from David to Panama C
The two youths left St. Petersburg poor in only one section.
August 22 and spent several weeks Young Crook attended the
touring the United States before Zone schools when his fath
entering Mexico at Calexico. Taking with the Canal organization.
the so-called Pacific route through graduated from Balboa High
Central America, they reported good in 1960 and recently has been
roads most of the way with the worst ing St. Petersburg Junior C
section being located between San His mother and brother Mil


lose, Costa Rica, and the Panama


live in St. Petersburg.


g bags:
in the
excellent
however,
ghway,

nted its
if they
en they
curious
rowded
snoring

n Gua-
onduras
h their
because
hours-
n't have

ere was
ity. All
was the
a. Most
ut most
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en San
5 hours
But the
-ity was

Canal
er was
He was
School
attend-
College.
ke also


border. The best part was in Gua- Stone is an employee of the
temala where some of the roads were Buchan Gas Co. of St. Petersburg
superior to most in the United States. but took 3 months' leave to make
Because they wanted to save the Central American tour.



A Cold Plate Serves Well



In This Tropical Climate

William Wahl may enjoy the warm Geraldine, who works at the Office
tropical climate of the Canal Zone, of the Comptroller at Fort Amador,
but his car appears to be an Alaskan drives to and from Margarita during
at heart-or in "plate." the week, and will probably double
Wahl, an electrician at Gatun the distance between the Canal Zone
Locks, first came to the Canal Zone and Alaska during her weekly drives
with his parents in 1918. His father, before the end of this year.
Charles F. Wahl, was a well known Wahl removed his 1963 Alaska
labor representative in this area plate from his old car and placed it
during the 1930's. Wahl attended on his new car, which came from
school and worked in the Canal Zone New Orleans, as a novelty. So if you
until 1947, when he left for the want to know anything about Alaska,
States. In 1952 he went to Alaska see Mr. or Mrs. Wahl-don't ask the
and worked for several contractors car; it's never been there.
during the 11 years he spent there.
In 1963, Wahl drove to Seattle, If all of this earth's history were
Wash. From there he went to Iowa compressed into a single year, the
and then down to New Mexico, first 8 months would be completely
where he planned to prepare his car without life. The next 2 months
for a trip through Central America would contain only the most primi-
that would finally end up in the tive forms of life, like jellyfish,
Canal Zone. Forced to alter his single-celled bacteria and such, and
plans, he later flew down instead mammals would not appear until the
from New Orleans. second week in December. Man
Although Wahl lives and works would not appear until 11:45 p.m.
on the Atlantic side, his car can be December 31, and all of written his-
seen in the Fort Amador-Balboa area tory would take no more than the
Monday through Friday. His wife, last 60 seconds of the year.


PROMOTIONS


AND


TRANSFERS

OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR-PRESIDENT
Panama Canal Information Office
Tomas, A. Cupas, Writer Spanish
Media to Writer-Editor (Trans-
lator).
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DIVISION
Raymond W. Matson, Telephone
and Radio Dispatcher, Police Di-
vision, to File Clerk, Administra-
tive Services Division.
OFFICE OF THE
COMPTROLLER
Payroll and Machine Accounting
Branch
Helen Cicero, Accounting Techni-
cian, Accounting Division, to Pay-
roll Deduction Clerk.
Frank Alberga, Lucile C. Baer, Mary
E. Becker, Emily M. Brooks,
Eugene L. Buonviri, Samuel
Cohen, Maria De Ycaza, Russell
A. Edwards, Efrain I. Herrera,
Edna J. Hummer, Daisy M. Tet-
tenburn, Frances Walker, Edna
P. Wills, Time, Leave, and Pay-
roll Clerk to Payroll Clerk.
Bennett J. Williams, Supervisory
Accounting Assistant to Payroll
Control Assistant.
Edward H. Appin, George H. Moore,
Mary W. Ewing, Helen M. Tom-
ford, Leonard Aguirre, Florence
E. Derrer, Clara C. Baez, Hilda
C. Myers, Helen Kat, Florence E.
Mallett, Time, Leave, and Payroll
Clerk to Payroll Control Assistant.
HEALTH BUREAU
Gorgas Hospital
Dorothy Sousa, Nurse Supervisor
(Medicine and Surgery) to Nurse
Supervisor (Obstetrics).
Stella I. N. Frampton, Personnel
Clerk (General) to Personnel Clerk
(General; Typing).
Sadid I. Aguilera, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher to Clerical Assistant
(Typing).
Valentine Edwards, Medical Aid
(Ambulances) to Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery).
Coco Solo Hospital
Jocelyn A. Brown, Assistant Baker,
Supply Division, to Food Service
Worker.
Nicolas E. Bishop, Messenger to
Messenger (Motor Vehicle Oper-
ator).
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Dredging Division
Wilbert J. Nesfield, Laborer (Clean-
er) to Battery Servicer.
Electrical Division
Ewald A. Wiberg, Electronic Tech-
nician (General) to Supervisory
Electronic Maintenance Techni-
cian (General).
Robert L. Boyer, Central Office Re-
pairman to Lead Foreman Central
Office Repairman.
Chester S. Iarrold, Electronics Me-
chanic to Electronic Technician
(General).
Arthur G. Gouldburn, Waiter, Sup-
ply Division, to Clerk-Typist.
Ralph W. Henderson, Lock Operator
(Machinist), Locks Division, to
Shift Engineer (Mechanical).
Engineering Division
Edward A. Galuska, Electrical En-
gineer (Illumination) to Electrical
Engineer (General).
Alcides P. Ponce, Engineering
Draftsman (Architectural) to Ar-
chitect.
Juan B. Telesca, Surveying Aid to
Surveying Technician.
Maintenance Division
Leslie A. Beauchamp, Leader Refrig-
eration and Air Conditioning Me-
chanic to Lead Foreman Refrig-
eration and Air Conditioning
Mechanic.
Carl R. Meissner, Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Mechanic to
Leader Refrigeration and Air Con-
ditioning Mechanic.
Tomais A. Salinas, Leader Painter
(Maintenance) to Leader Main-
tenanceman.
Wilfred G. James, Leader Laborer
to Leader Laborer (Heavy).
Luis GonzAiles, Helper Painter to
Maintenanceman.
Roy Hendricks, Helper Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning Mechanic
to Maintenanceman (Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning).
Simeon Shirley, Laborer (Heavy) to
Asphalt or Cement Worker.
Vivian Wilson, Laborer to Toolroom
Attendant.
Di6genes Rodriguez, Laborer, to
Laborer (Highway Maintenance)
Carlton Trowers, Laborer (Cleaner)
to Laborer.


SUNDAY
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Sacred Heart
1:20-EBF: "Conducting Good Music':
1:30- Parade of Sports
1:45- "Professional Football"
3:45-"Parade of Sports" (Cont.)
4:00-Sunday Playhouse:
"The Three Desperate
Men"
5:10- Navy Screen Highlights
5:30-Celebrity Golf
6:00-Chronicle
6:30-Where the Action Is
6:55-TeleNews Weekly Newsreel
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Colonel March of Scotland Yard
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Ed Sullivan
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Dick Powell Theatre
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Sports Wrap Up
10:30-Chapel of the Air
11:00-The Christophers
Final Edition Headlines
MONDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00--SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-The Magic Room
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Planet Earth
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05- I've Got A Secret
7:30-Shotgun Slade
8:00-SCN News
8:05- Andy Griffith
8:30-Danny Thomas
9:00-SCN News
9:05-SCN Special :"Carnegie Hall"
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Monday Night Movie:
"Dream Girl"
Final Edition Headlines
TUESDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Edward Steicher, Photograper
6:00- )ateline
6:30-Survival
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Fractured Flickers
7:30-The Thin Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:05-SCN News
9:00- Expedition Colorado (Premiere)
9:30-Parole
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Film Festival: "Woman of the
Town"
Final Edition Headlines
WEDNESDAY
4:00- Afternoon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30- Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Space in Perspective
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05- To Tell the Truth
7:30-Sheriff of Cochise


YOUR

On the

By Dona

Insect

Insects with their skeletons out-
side and cold blooded nervous sys-
tems fortunately curl up their six
legs when poisoned. (Unscientific
aside: All except roaches who don't
know how to curl up.)
The products which kill insects, by
and large, affect warm blooded
animals less.
But insecticides are poisons to us
too. Food seasoned with them
sickens us. As common as insecticides
are, "handle with care" on the labels
frequently goes by unnoticed.
I have just learned of two dogs
that died in the Canal Zone recently
as a result of spray put in a residence
by a private exterminator.
With the help of the Claims
Branch I have personally inves-
tigated 15 suicides in the past 3 years
in which a local insecticide was used
for self extermination.
So you see warm blood animals
do curl up and die, occasionally, not
to mention becoming sick as a result
of misuse of these poisons.
Certain of the stronger insecticides
are not recommended to be used in
the Canal Zone. This is a safety and
health precaution. But men whose
job it is to guard you can't be every-
where. Nor can you be protected
from yourself. I mean-the products
you buy in the sales stores are safe
if used as directed. All insecticide
directions ask you to use care.
One other part of the picture re-
mains to be mentioned. For the em-
ployees in the Canal Zone who use
insecticides in their jobs we have
prescribed methods for handling and
we have regular physical examina-
tions.
The Health Bureau uses a special
blood test in many cases when an


8:00-
8:05-
9:45-
10:00-
10:15-
10:30-


-SCN News
-WVednesday Night at the Movies:
"House of Strangers"
United Fund Film
-Focus on Today
-Airmen's World
-SCN Open House
Final Edition Headlines


THURSDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05- Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report:
6:00-Dateline
6:30- Wonders of the World
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-F. D. R.
7:30-The Third Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The King Family
9:00- SCN News
9:05-Credit Union Week (Special)
9:30-M-Squad
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Armchair Theatre: "Mask of the
Dragon"
Final Edition Headlines
FRIDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Man In Space
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Communism: Myth vs. Reality
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Password
7:30-Death Valley Days
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Dupont Cavalcade
9:30-Bold Venture
10:00- Focus on Today
10:15-Friday Night Movie:
"Angels-One-Five
Final Edition Headlines
SATURDAY
1:00- SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
l:15-"Felix the Cat"
1:30-"Mighty Hercules"
1:45-"Medallion Cartoons"
2:00-Mr. Mayor
2:50- CFC-Sabre Tooth Tiger
3:00- Saturday Playhouse:
"Dream Girl"
4:25-"Wonderful World of Golf"
5:20-Animals in Closeup-N.Y.
Bronx Zoo
5:30-This Is The Life
6:00- Weekend '65
6:30- True Adventure
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Ted Mack
7:30-Roy Rogers
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Jackie Gleason
9:00-SCN News
9:05-On Broadway Tonight
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Sports Wrap-up
10:30-The Tonight Show
Final Edition Headlines


HEALTH

e Isthmus

ld Robinson

icides

insecticide handler comes for his
examination.
As with all regulations and equip-
ment, the man actually using the
material represents the key person.
And as for the regular physical exam-
inations, if supervisors and em-
ployees don't make appointments
and report for these examinations,
what good are they?
In the home, please exercise care.
Mother, when you reach for the
aerosol insect spray, move the bis-
cuits first. Better the roach gets away
than the family wind up in the hos-
pital. Above all do not spray near
infants or small children.
Keep alert when the ground crews
spray in your neighborhood. Keep
children away from the workmen
and the area, and beware of un-
approved insecticides.



SPILLWAY
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official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained in it are
made available to all interested news
media for whatever use they may wish
to make of them and may be reprinted
without official clearance.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor of the Canal Zone
H. R. PARFITT
Lieutenant Governor
FHANK A. BaI,nwiN
Information Officer
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October 15, 1965


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


A Dog Has More Than One Best Friend


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Volunteer Shows

Concern of SPCA


Week Beginning Saturday,
October 16, 1965
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:35-Mon., 7:30-
Mister Moses
Tues., 7:30-Tiara Tahiti
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-Comedy Of Terror
Fri., 7:00-Black Spurs
DIABLO HEIGHTS*
Saturday Night-An Evening With The
Royal Ballet
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Adventures
Of The Road Runner
Sunday Evening-Monday, 7:00-Dear
Heart
Tues.-The Pink Panther
Wed.-Doctor Crippen
Thurs.-Spencer's Mountain
Fri.-Treasure Of Silver Lake
Friday Owl Show, 10 p.m.-Day Of The
Triffids
GAMBOA*
Saturday Night, 8:15 p.m.-The Informers
Sun.-Hysteria
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Doctor Crippen
Wed.-Dear Heart
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Spencer's Mountain

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Saturday Night-"McLintock!"
,f Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Topkapi
Tues.-A Kind Of Loving
Wed.-West Side Story
Thurs.-Young Cassidy
Fri.-World Without Sun
MARGARITA*
Saturday Night-Quo Vadis
Sunday Matinee, 2:30-Everything's
Ducky
Sunday Night-Monday-"Mirage"
Tues.-The Informers
Wed.-Diamond Head
Thurs.-I'd Rather Be Rich
Fri.-Ride The Wild Surf
Friday Owl Show, 10 p.m.-The Hellions


GATUN *
Saturday Night-The Disorderly Orderly
Sunday Matinee, 2:30-The Parent Trap
Sunday Night, 7:00-From Russia With
Love
Mon.-NO SHOW
I Tues.-I'd Rather Be Rich
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-The Informers
Fri.-An Evening With The Royal Ballet


Special Matinees
Saturday, October 16, 1965
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Who's Minding The Store-Jerry Lewis. It's
Jerry at his wackiest, making shambles
of a huge department store. (Color.)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Tammy And The Doctor-Sandra Dee. It's
fun ait a fever pitch as Tammy turns a
hospital upside down, and a young
doctor's heart inside out. (Color.)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Second Time Around- Debbie Reynolds: In
a rootin', shooting tootin' romantic
comedy. (In Color.)
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Five Weeks In A Balloon-Red Buttons,
Fabian: You and your entire family are
invited to escape to a sky full of fun.
(In Color.) T-108 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Pirates Of Tortuga-Ken Scott: An explosive
swashbuckling adventure in Scope and
color. T-105 mins.
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Holding one of the friendliest and well cared-for kitty It's obviously "chow time" for some of the kittens, but
cats in the Canal Zone is Mrs. Kathleen Holcomb, chair- others seem to be more interested in playing with Mrs.
man of the Canal Zone SPCA Kennel Committee. Since Holcomb. Mrs. Holcomb spends 10 to 15 hours a week
1958, the Canal Zone SPCA has provided homes for hun- at the animal hospital in Corozal caring for the animals
dreds of homeless animals on both sides of the Isthmus. under the care of the Canal Zone SPCA.


Series of Tests Set

At Balboa High


The Preliminary Scholastic Apti-
tude Test (PSAT), designed primarily
to help high school juniors and
seniors estimate their ability to do
college-level work, to guide them in
making college plans, and to fam-
iliarize them with timed multiple-
choice tests, will be given at Balboa
High School on Saturday, Octo-
ber 23, at 9 a.m. Students are to
report at 8:30 a.m. to check in.
Students who plan to take this
test are to register with one of the
counselors during the period Octo-
ber 4 to October 21. The registration
fee will be 75 cents.
The test is in somewhat limited
supply and registration will be on a
first come first served basis.
The closing date for registration
for the December 4 College Board
Examinations is November 6. Senior
students in high school and all others
who plan to take the test should pick
up their registration blanks and make
certain they are sent to the testing
company before November 6. The
December testing will include the
Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT),


Achievement Tests, and Writing
Sample.
Other College Board testing dates
are January 8, March 5, May 7, and
July 9, 1966.


ASIAN TRADE

COMPETITIVE
Britain is getting stiff competition
from Japan in trade in the Far East.
Malaysia, taking $23,520 million of
United Kingdom exports, is Britain's
biggest single market. Four years ago
British firms held a 25 percent share.
Since then Japan has increased her
share by 2 percent largely at Britain's
expense.
In Singapore, which takes $9,800
million of British exports every year,
Japan is selling an equal amount.
Last year Hong Kong's trade ex-
panded by 15 percent. Britain's
exports to this market fell by 21/2
percent but Japan's rose by 25 per-
cent against heavy competition from
Hong Kong's greatest source of
imports, Red China.


Polio Shots


Urged by


Health Chief
"All persons under 18 should be
fully immunized against poliomyeli-
tis and have the necessary boosters,"
said the Canal Zone Health Director.
"The Salk injections were good,"
he added, "but not as good as the
drops now given on a sugar cube.
Even though you had several polio
shots, youi should have the drops to
insure protection against poliomye-
litis, a killer and crippler."
The Health Director pointed out
that 45 cases of poliomyelitis have
occurred in Honduras since mid-
July. Eighty percent of the reported
cases were children under 4 years.
A mass program to immunize all
children under 7 years of age now
is underway in Honduras.
Three doses of oral polio vaccine
make up the primary series and a
booster is given one year later.
A second booster is given preferably
upon entry in school, but any res-
ident of the Canal Zone 18 years of
age or younger who has not had a
first or second booster should check
with the Public Health nurse in one
of the six Community Health Centers
where oral polio vaccine is given
free. This is the only way a child
can be protected from paralytic
poliomyelitis, the Health Director
said.


and answers
ON HIGHWAY VEHICLE
AND VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
LAWS AND REGULATIONS
May I put any other stickers on the
windows of my car other than the
safety sticker?-Yes. You may put
stickers on your windshield and
rear window in the lower corners
in an area 4 inches square. You
may not put stickers on any other
part of the windshield or rear
window nor on any of the side
windows. The law also prohibits
obscuring vision in any other way.
way.
How many passengers may I carry in
the front seat of my car?-This will
depend on the size of your car,
but in no case more can be seated
on the seat without crowding the
driver or interfering with his
vision.


2:00 p.m.
Valley Of The Redwoods-A wild outdoor If I purchase a Canal Zone registered
chase through the hackroads of danger- vehicle and I am also a resident of
onus lumber country. T-70 mins. the Canal Zone, the tran.rer must
0All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex- he completed within how many
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice. days?-Within 10 days.


Everyone knows that a dog is
man's best friend, but have you ever
wondered about who might be a
dog's best friend; especially a hungry
and unwanted dog?
In the Canal Zone, we find that a
dog's best friend, or rather friends,
are the more than 200 members of
the Canal Zone Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Animals.
One of these members, Mrs.
Kathleen Holcomb, is certainly one
of the best friends a dog can have
on the Pacific side of the Isthmus.
Mrs. Holcomb, chairman of the
CZSPCA Kennels Committee, de-
votes approximately 15 hours a week
to the animal hospital at Corozal,
where she personally feeds and
walks the animals which have been
placed under the care of the SPCA.
Most of the animals which come
under the protection of the SPCA
have been impounded by either the
Canal Zone or military police. After
10 days, if the animal is not claimed
or reported as missing, it comes
under the protection and care of the
SPCA and is now eligible for
adoption.
Here again, Mrs. Holcomb per-
forms in another important role for
the SPCA; the careful selection of
families who wish to adopt an SPCA
animal. She constantly receives
phone calls from individuals who
wish to adopt an SPCA dog pr cat
and quite often she is asked to find
a mate for someone's dog. She also
does the seemingly endless amount
of paperwork required when she
finally allows an animal to be
adopted by a responsible person or
family.


THE SEA IS A ROAD
The roll-on ferry concept-of a road
haulage operation with an incon-
venient piece of sea in between has
officially been recognized as just
that. The Southampton-Le Havre
route taken by Thoresen Car Ferries
vessels has been designated as part
of the El, the Anglo-European high-
way from London to Palermo via
Paris, Nice, and Rome.


Mrs. Holcomb not only cares for
animals abandoned in the Canal
Zone, but also for those animals
which have been found by Canal
Zone employees and turned over to
the SPCA. On one occasion, a Canal
employee found a half-starved dog
on Melones Island. The dog seemed
to be the only animal there and it
had obviously been left to die. Upon
returning to the Canal Zone, the
animal was turned over to Mrs.
Holcomb. After months of tender
care the dog was returned to a
healthy state and has since been
adopted by a Canal Zone family.
Every Friday night at 5:05, Mrs.
Holcomb can be seen on SCN-TV,
where she usually presents to the
public eye an SPCA animal up for
adoption, and she discusses topics
concerning proper animal education
and care. She noted that the SCN
personnel have been most helpful
and have become a great aid to the
local SPCA.
In July, Mrs. Holcomb visited the
Royal Society for the prevention of
Cruelty to Animals in London, Eng-
land, where she hoped to pick up
some helpful tips on general animal
care, but to her surprise after com-
paring ideas and techniques, she said
that her associates in London were
both flattered and impressed with
the SPCA activities in the Canal
Zone.
The Canal Zone SPCA was started
in 1958, and has since taken care of
hundreds of homeless dogs and cats
on both sides of the Isthmus. The
SPCA operates entirely on funds
received from the public and a
donation is usually asked for a puppy
under 12 months of age.
Mrs. Holcomb, who lives in Bal-
boa with her husband Clint, a con-
trol house operator, and their son
Vincent, 103, would like to encour-
age Canal Zone residents to adopt
SPCA animals, but she likes to
remind parents that they should not
consider adopting animals for the
purpose of being a plaything for very
young children who can not properly
care for these animals.


BROWSInG

COLLECTIOn
By Eleanor Burnham


Deadfall, by Desmond Cory is a
suspenseful novel, set in modern
Spain, about three of the most skill-
ful jewel thieves in the world. The
plot becomes complicated when the
"loner" of the group unwillingly
becomes involved with the other two,
and is blackmailed into "working"
with them in a daring diamond theft.
Anthony Boucher, that specialist in
tales of suspense, considers Cory's
writing to be suggestive of lan
Fleming's but far better. Although
it's doubtful if Fleming fans will
agree, Deadfall surely is exciting.
In A Caribbean Mystery by top-
flight mystery writer Agatha Christie,
Miss Marple once again gets herself
involved in a murder-this one on
the Caribbean island of St. Honor.
Miss Marple continues to qualify as
a first-rate listener who after hearing
a story can put all the pieces together
and solve even the most baffling of
crimes. She does so in this story, with
distinction.
With Wandering Through Winter
Edwin Way Teale, the well-known
naturalist, completes his four-season,
four-volume continent-wide survey
of the United States. Teale begins
his winter wanderings below San


Diego and follows a leisurely 20,000-
mile course to the upper Eastern tip
of Maine. On this journey his readers
encounter whooping cranes and
migrating whales, spend a day with
a witch-hazel hunter and ride the
caterpillar treads of a snow Weasel
in northern Maine. This is a fine bit
of natural history which will capti-
vate even the most city-bound
readers.
All Flesh Is Grass by Clifford D.
Simak is a science fiction novel about
people of an alien race who, dis-
guised as purple flowers, attempt to
save the world from self-destruction.
Improbable we hope, hut a story idea
that will hold one's attention.


ABOUT DEADLINES...
Material intended for publica-
tion in TlE SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent material
can be received and processed
for use the same week as late
as noon Tuesday. Mail material
to PANAMA C\sNAI. SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


October 15, 1965


Blood Typing Program


To Provide
Blood is something we think
about hardly at all-until it's
needed. Then it can become a
matter of life and death. A pro-
gram to identify blood types is
being developed in the Latin
American communities of the
Canal Zone, sponsored by the
Latin American Civic Councils
in cooperation with the Gorgas
Blood Bank. It will put on file
hundreds of blood types. A central
office, manned by volunteers, will
be able to tell the Blood Bank
where to locate possible donors,
and in the case of rare types of
blood, quick access to this infor-
mation is vital.
In order to understand the pur-
pose of giving blood, its chemistry,
characteristics, and use, the fol-
lowing information has been pro-
vided for a series of articles in
THE SPILLWAY.

WHAT IS BLOOD?
Every schoolboy knows that blood
is what comes from his finger when
it is cut. He also knows that most
cuts soon stop bleeding with the
formation of a clot. But neither the
schoolboy, his teacher, nor his par-
ents know what a complex fluid this
remarkable substance is.
About 7 or 8 percent of body
weight consists of blood; therefore,
a 100-pound woman has 7 to 8 pints
of blood while a 200-pound man
has 13 to 14 pints. Approximately
55 percent of this blood is a liquid
called plasma. The remaining 45
percent is made up of little objects
referred to collectively as the formed
elements of the blood.
The major part of these formed


Donor List
elements are interesting little ob-
jects-the red blood cells. Each is
about seven one-thousandths of a
millimeter in diameter and flattened
on two sides. Their purpose is to
carry hemoglobin in a form that can
deliver ovygen from the lungs to all
cells of the body and in return carry
carbon dioxide from the cells to the
lungs, where it is exhaled. It is the
hemoglobin which gives red cells,
and in turn the blood, red color.
Not as numerous but just as vital
are the white blood cells. These are
of several varieties and are con-
nected with the defense mechanism
of the body. Some defend against
the many bacterial and infectious
diseases to which we are all con-
stantly exposed.
The third group of formed ele-
ments consists of platelets, little ob-
jects one-thousandth of a millimeter
in diameter. Their function is to
clump together and help plug up
holes in damaged blood vessels
and capillaries, as when our school-
boy cut his finger. They play a vital
part in the clotting process.
Plasma, the liquid which makes
up 55 percent of blood, is in itself
a very complex fluid. It carries many
salts in roughly the same proportions
present in sea water. Plasma con-
tains a great number of substances
which feed the cells of the body,
carries different hormones from their
source of manufacture to the tissues
(which they respectively control)
and contains uncounted numbers of
proteins. Many of these proteins are
vital to our defense against infec-
tious disease and they complement
and aid the white cells in their
defense function.


Canal Zone Citizen of the Year.-Rabbi Nathan Witkin, Jewish Auxiliary
Chaplain for the Southern Command, speaks briefly after receiving the
gold American Legion Merit Award medal and the American Legion Meri
Award plaque. The awards ceremony in his honor was held at the American
Legion Post home at Fort Amador. Rabbi Witkin also heads the Jewisi
Welfare Board on La Boca Road and is the Canal Zone's only rabbi. With
him is Mrs. Witkin. In the background are, right, Maj. Gen. James D. Alger
Commander of U.S. Army Forces, Southern Command, who presented
the medal, and F. A. Castles, left, Superintendent of Canal Zone Schools
who gave a resum6 of the accomplishments and the qualifications o
Rabbi Witkin for the award. U.S. District Judge Guthrie F. Crowe, pas
department Legion commander, presented the merit award plaque.


Police Wives Schedule

Formal Tea for Oct. 23
The Pacific Side Police Wives
Club will entertain at its first formal
tea October 23 at the Elks Club.
Formal invitations have been issued
to all police wives who, at this tea,
will have an opportunity to get
acquainted with one another.
Mrs. B. I. Everson, wife of the
Director of the Panama Canal Civil
Affairs Bureau, and Mrs. E. S.
Shipley, wife of the Canal Zone
Police Chief, will be guests of honor.
The guests will be received from
2 to 4 p.m.


53 Supervisory
(Continued from p. 1)
ton, Albert DaCosta, Lawrence B
Baptiste, Jubert Mason, Arthur Hil
ton, Allan R. Ellis, Eric Adonican;
Herman Laing, Frederick Peters
Robert Porter, Cecil Haughton, Bers
ford D. Gittens, NicolAs Camer6n
Walter Campbell, 0. Noel, Cyril D
Adams, Clifford Rose;
Walter A. Clarke, William Boyce
George C. Bennett, Stanley Lindsay
Lester Bailey, Gilberto DaCosta
George Menzies, Manuel Chabolla
and Robert Phillips.


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This beats climbing down the Jacob's ladder any time. The riding crew of
the 570-foot forebody section of the tanker "Lake Palourde" is shown
disembarking in style with the help of the Balboa Fire Department. The
dead hulk arrived in Balboa in tow of the Dutch tug "Groningen" and was
brought to dock by Panama Canal tugs. She was towed through the Canal
by Canal tugs and taken in tow again in Cristobal by the "Groningen,"
which is towing the hulk from Japan to Newport News, Va. There she will
be fitted out with a new stern. The "Lake Palourde" is a sister ship of the
"Torrey Canyon," which was towed through the Canal in September. Both
will be converted into tankers approximately 855 feet in length and with
104-foot beams.


Superintendent of Coco Solo

Hospital Bears "Bonus" Label


Behind his back, and sometimes
right to his face, people on the Atlan-
tic side of the Isthmus refer to
Lt. Col. Otis E. Bridgeford, Super-
intendent, Coco Solo Hospital, as a
"bonus." He not only is the hos-
pital's superintendent, he estab-
lished orthopedic service for the first
time on the Atlantic side. Besides
that, he is available to physical
therapy as consultant.
Prior to Colonel Bridgeford's es-
tablishment of the orthopedic clinic,
a child with orthopedic problems
had to be taken on a 50-mile trip to
Gorgas Hospital in Ancon.
Colonel Bridgeford, a certified
a orthopedic surgeon, is a firm believer
that hospital management is made
easier if the superintendent takes a
hand in hospital practice.
The need of orthopedic service on
the Atlantic side became evident to
him as soon as he checked on the
services available at Coco Solo Hos-
pital. During the Orthopedic Clinic's
first year, from July 1, 1964 to
June 30 of this year 1,055 outpatients
were treated.
Working with Colonel Bridgeford
in the Orthopedic Clinic are general
e surgeons Dr. Casper Rea, Dr. Harry
t Westerburg, and Dr. Paul Loixeaux.
n This is Colonel Bridgeford's first
h residence on the Isthmus and his first
h time in the tropical zone.
d He was born in Sherrodsville,
s, Ohio. He received his B.A. degree
f at Ohio State University, and his
t Doctor of Medicine degree from the
University of Cincinnati Medical
College.
He enlisted in U.S. military service
and was assigned as a medical
administrative officer.
Prior to coming to the Canal Zone,
- his only other overseas assignment
- was in Nuremberg, Germany.
Colonel Bridgeford is a fellow of
, the American Academy of Ortho-


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Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks ...-.. 1,565
Gatun Locks_ __ -_ 329
Civil Affairs Building visitors- 260
Las Cruces, 7 partial transits-_ 675
Reina Manuelita, 3 partial
transits------------- --- 76
Grand Total -------2,905


pedic Surgeons, and a member of
the Association of Military Surgeons.
He is a member of the newly
formed Panamanian Association of
Hospital Administrators, a member
of the medical service committee of
the Rotary Club, and a member of
the management committee of the
YMCA.
Colonel and Mrs. Bridgeford are
the parents of one daughter and two
sons. Jane Rene, a member of the
junior class at Cristobal High School,
is the artist of the family. Danny, a
sophomore at Cristobal High School,
is interested in sports in general and
golf, football, and baseball in par-
ticular. David, the youngest member
of the family, is 12 and a horseman.


Explorer

Olympics

Nov. 19-21
Explorer units in the Canal Zone
Council, Boy Scouts of America, are
busy preparing for the annual
Explorer Olympics set for Novem-
ber 19 to 21 at Albrook AFB.
The Explorer cabinet has approved
the following events for the 1965
olympics: track-100-yard dash, 220-
yard dash, 440-yard dash, 440-yard
relay, 880-yard relay, shot, high
jump, broad jump, and 5,000-meter
run.
In swimming, the following events
will be held: 50-meter freestyle, 50-
meter backstroke, 50-meter breast
stroke, 100-meter freestyle, 200-
meter relay, 200-meter medley, 1-
meter diving, and 3-meter diving.
The following wrestling events are
scheduled: 103;2 lbs., 1142 lbs.,
125V/2 lbs., 136', lbs., 14732 lbs.,
1603' lbs., 174," lbs., 199V2 lbs., and
heavyweight. There will also be
basketball and bowling to round out
the program.
This year a team trophy will be
awarded and points will be given
for placing from 1st to 5th place
in the various events. A trophy will
be awarded the winner in individual
events and medals will be awarded
for 2d through 5th place in the
events. The Explorer who scores the
most points for his team and is the
top scorer in the olympics will also
be awarded a trophy.
October 21 is the cutoff date for
Explorers to be eligible for the
olympics. New members added after
that date will not be allowed to take
part in the meet. All units are re-
minded that new members added
between now and October 21 must
be registered in the Council office to
be eligible.
All Explorer advisers in the Coun-
cil have been sent the first bulletin
concerning the olympics, and Explor-
ers are urged to check with their
advisers on details.

Credit Union Day
(Continued fiom p. 1)
7,000. These members can borrow
money for any purpose, have a
depository for their savings at a good
rate of interest, can purchase checks
on U.S. banks to facilitate pay-
ment of States bills, and many other
facilities.


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Pedaling on the road to strength is Carmen L. Bieberach of the Republic
of Panama, one of the tiny tot orthopedic patients at Coco Solo Hlospital.
Lt. Col. Otis E. Bridgeford, right, Superintendent, Coco Solo Hospital,
inaugurated the orthopedic service on the Atlantic side of the Isthmus.


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50 Aios de Servicios . .Para el Comercio Mundial


Viernes 15 de Octubre de 1965


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Concejales y empleados de la Secretaa del Municipio de Panam, en las Escusas e Miraores, inspeccionando





Concejales y empleados de la Secretaria del Municipio de Panami, en las Esclusas de Miraflores, inspeccionando
el trabajo de reparaci6n integral que se le hace a la camara oriental. El comentario de los funcionarios visitantes
fue que jams se hubieran imaginado el gigantesco tamafio de las esclusas, si no las ven completamente secas.
La gira por las instalaciones del Canal de Panamai tuvo lugar el jueves 7 de octubre.


I AUSPICIAN CONSEJOS CIVICOS


Program Para Clasificar


Tipos de Sangre y Proveer


Una Lista ce los Donantes


La sangre es algo en lo que
nunca pensamos . hasta que
tenemos necesidad de ella. Y en-
tonces puede convertirse en asun-
to de vida o muerte. Un program
para identificar los tipos de san-
gre se estd desarrollando en las
comunidades latinoamericanas de
la Zona del Canal, patrocinado
por los Consejos Civicos Latino-
americanos, en cooperacion con
el Banco de Sangre del Hospital
Gorgas. Se clasificardn centena-
res de tipos de sangre. Una ofici-
na central, operada por volunta-
rios, hard possible que el Banco
de Sangre sepa donde localizar a
los posibles donantes, ya que en
casos de tipos raros de sangre, es
vital el rdpido acceso a esta infor-
macion.
Para que se entienda el propd-
sito de donar sangre, su composi-
cion quimica, caracteristicas y
uso, la siguiente informaci6n ha
sido suministrada para una series
de articulos en el SPILLWAY.

,QUE ES LA SANGRE?
Todos los nifios de escuela saben
que lo que les sale del dedo, cuando
se lo cortan, es sangre. Tambi6n
saben que la mayoria de las. corta-
das paran de sangral cuando se for-
ma un coagulo. Pert ni el niflo de
il escuela, ni su maestro ni sus padres
j saben que complejo fluido es esta
extraordinaria substa'ncia.
., Alredcdor del 7j .ji'por ciento del
. peso tic' nulistr(.-c uerpk, consist de
sangre; por lo tanto, tlia mujer de
S 10~.libras d&j 'eso tiepe de 7 a 8
1''pintas de sangre, :mientras que un
hombre de 200 libras, tiene entire
13 y 14 pintas. Aproximadamente el
55 por ciento de la sangre consiste
de un liquid llamado plasma. El 45
por ciento restante esta formado por
corp6sculos Ilamados colectivamen-
te, elemnentos de la sangre.


La mayor parte de estos elemen-
tos son pequefiitos objetos, suma-
mente interesantes-las c6lulas rojas
de la sangre. Cada una es de unas
7 iil6simas de milimetro de tanafio
y son completamente chatas. Su fin
es llevar el oxigeno, desde los pul-
mones a todas las c6lulas del cuerpo
y, al regreso, Ilevar el di6xido de
carbon, de las c61ulas a los pulmo-
nes, en donde es exhalado. Es la
hemoglobina, la que le da a las
c6lulas rojas y a la sangre, su color
rojo.
No tan numerosas, pero tan vita-
les conio las rojas, son las c6lulas
blancas de la sangre. Son de varias
(Contin6a en la pdriina 4)


Agradecen Trabajo

Realizado por la

Division Industrial
La Division Industrial del Canal
de PanamA ha compartido con la
Oficina del Cerente Industrial, del
159 Distrito Naval, un agradeci-
miento del Capitan D. L. Mitchell,
comandante en jefe del U.S.S. Ducal
County.
El Capitan Mitchell seflal6 que al-
gunos de los trabajos de reparacion
en su barco significaron gran de-
manda en los sitios de reparacion
disponibles, "en todas las ocasiones
el trabajo comenz6 rapidamente,
adelant6 muy bien y fue de alta ca-
lidad". Express su agradeciniiento
por los esfuerzos "que permitieron
al barco mantener un alto grado de
prontitud" en todo su despliegue
aqui.
En sus palabras de encomio, el
Capitan R. G. Shaver, Cerente In-
dustrial, USN, del 159 Distrito Na-
val, agreg6 un "bien hecho", expre-
sion de su propia apreciaci6n por
"esfuerzos oportunos y eficientes"
del personal de la Division Indus-
trial del Canal de Panama.


Reparan Barcos

QOue Chocaron en

Unas Maniobras
Desde el mi6rcoles uiltimo se estate
Ilevando a cabo un trabajo de repa-
raci6n permanent durante las 24
horas del dia en dos destructores
averiados en un choque cerca de la
costa de Florida recientemente.
Son cl U.S.S. Hawkins, que sufri6
dafios en la proa, y el U.S.S. Vesole,
con dafios en la popa. El trabajo se
esta haciendo en la instalacidn de la
Division Industrial de la Direcci6n
de Marina en Mount Hope. El cho-
que ocurri6 durante maniobras noc-
turnas de la escuadra (ocho barcos)
de navies de la Armada de los Esta-
dos Unidos.
El trabajo de reparacikn se lleva
a cabo con el maximo de personal
que puede ser utilizado en la tarea,
dijo el Director de Marina, CapitAn
M. J. Prince, USN. Las reparacio-
nes deben ser terminadas mafiana.


Dia Internacional de Cooperativas


De Credit se Celebrara Este Mes
El Dia Internacional de las Coope- del Istmo, con la cooperaci6n de la
rativas de Credito sera observado, el Divisi6n de Escuelas, podrAin parti-
21 de octubre, en todo el mundo por cipar en el concurso alumnos de los
millones de miembros. La conmemo- grades 5 a 12. El tema del concurso
raci6n official se inici6 en 1948, al seri: "Las Cooperativas de Cr6dito-
celebrarse el Centenario de la fun- Sus Prop6sitos y Funciones".
daci6n de las cooperativas de cr6dito. Los directors de las escuelas,
Fue entonces que la Asociaci6n Na- tanto primaries como secundasrias,
cional de Cooperativas de Cr6dito designarAn un jurado que escogerA
design la tercera semana de octubre el mejor trabajo en espafiol y el mejor
como "Semana de las Cooperativas en ingl6s. Al hacer su selecci6n el
de Credito" y, el tercer jueves de jurado tomarA en cuenta tanto la
octubre, como "Dia Internacional de presentaci6n del tema, como el uso
las Cooperativas de Crdito". de las reglas de gramitica.
Hace apenas unos pocos afios, es- Las Cooperativas de Credito Fe-
tas unions eran desconocidas en la derales que operan en las comunida-
mayor parte del mundo. Ahora, exis- des latinoamericanas proporcionaran
ten en mas de 70 paises y sirven a los premios, que consistiran en accio-
mas personas y a mas paises. Hay nes de las cooperativas.
mas de 28.000 unions de esta clase, Otro de los puntos culminantes de
principalmente en Estados Unidos y la semana, serA la presentaci6n por
CanadA, con mis de 15 millones de la Cadena de Televisi6n de las Fuer-
asociados. zas Armadas, de una pelicula sobre
Al saludar su progress y felicitar cooperativas de cr6dito, el jueves 21
a los Directores de la Asociaci6n de octubre, a las 9:05 p.m.
National de Cooperativas de Cr6dito, Las cooperativas de credito han
el President Johnson ha dicho que recorrido much camino en la Zona
"las cooperativas proporcionan a del Canal, desde 1936, cuando un
personas de escasos recursos la ma- pufiado de residents se reunieron
nera de acumular sus ahorros, a base para ver que podian hacer para fi-
de intereses altos y una fuente segura nanciar vacaciones o emergencies
de pr6stamos con intereses justos. que requerian un financiamiento
*':stAn ayudando a los mas pobres y inesperado, o para conseguir un lugar
menos privilegiados, a participar seguro donde colocar sus ahorros.
cada vez mis en una vida mis Hoy, existen siete cooperatives Fe-
abundante". derales de credito en la Zona del
El tema de la conmemoraci6n de Canal, inclusive dos que sirven a los
este afio es: "El Dia Internacional empleados de las Fuerzas Armadas,
de las Cooperativas de Cr6dito es un contando con un total de mins de
Dia de Acci6n de Gracias". 7.000 miembros. Estos miembros
Punto culminante de la conmemo- pueden conseguir dinero prestado
raci6n local serA un concurso que se con cualquier prop6sito, tener un
celebrartA entire los alumnos de las lugar apropiado para depositar sus
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la ahorros a una buena rata de interns,
Zona del Canal y en el que se pre- comprar cheques de bancos de Esta-
miar, el mejor ensayo que se reciba dos Unidos para facilitar el pago de
al respect. Patrocinado por las co- sus cuentas alli, y gozar de otras
operatives de cr6dito de ambos lados muchas facilidades.


Certificados de Participacion en


Un Curso de Adiestramiento Para


Jefes Recibieron 53 Empleados
Cincuenta y dos hombres y una cionario de adiestramiento de la Di-
mujer de la Direcci6n de Abastos y recci6n de Abastos y Servicios Co-
Servicios Comunales han recibido munales e incluy6 empleados de
Certificados de Participaci6n des- ambas divisions de la Direcci6n del
pu6s de haber completado un curso Athlntico y del Pacifico. Los que
de 30 horas en Adiestramiento para recibieron certificados fueron:
Jefes.
El curso fue dictado por el fun- (Contin6a en la pdgina 4)


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Pintado en rojo brillante como otros navios de la flota J. Lauritzen, el gigantesco Selma Dan era una profusion
de colors al entrar lentamente a las Esclusas de Miraflores, dejando solamente 2 pies de distancia a cada lado.
El tanquero mide 753 pies de largo y tiene una manga de 106 pies. El barco venia hacia el sur en su primera
travesia por el Canal procedente de Curazao rumbo a Yokohama con un cargamento de 38.499 toncladas de petr6-
leo. C. Fernie & Co. represent a 6ste y otros barcos de la inmensa flota Lauritzen.


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Octubre 15, 1965


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

OCTUBRE
15-Juego de fitbol entire la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa y la Escuela
Secundaria de Crist6bal en el Estadio de Coco Solo, a las 7 p.m.
21-Fiestas de Jes6s Nazareno (El Cristo Negro) en Portobelo.
22-Juego de fitbol entire la Universidad de la Zona del Canal y la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa en el Estadio de Balboa a las 7 p.m.
30-Juego de ffitbol entire el Club Atl6tico de la Divisi6n de Escuelas y la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa en el Estadio de Balboa a las 7:30
p.m.
31-Halloween.
NOVIEMBRE
1-Dia del Himno Nacional de Panama.
2-Dia de los Difuntos en Panama.
3-Aniversario de independencia de Panama (1903).
4-Dia de la Bandera en Panama.
5-Dia de Col6n.


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

11:00- Documental
11:30-Asi Fue Esta Semana
12:00-Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
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-El Paraguas Magico
8:00- Comando A6reo
9:00- Los Bribones
10:00- Teleteatro

LUNES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Dick Tracy
12:25- Programa Especial
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- Mister Ed
7:30- Sabor Latino
8:00-El Detective Millonario
9:00- Casos y Cosas de Casa
9:30-Gran Gala Latina
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Teleteatro

MARTES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Aventuras de Pinocho
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- Robin Hood
7:30- Los Monstruos
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-Embrujada
9:30-Peyton Place
10:00- Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro


MIERCOLES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Popeye el Marinero
12:45-Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportaies Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30- Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Johnny Quest
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Alfred Hitchcock
9:30-Verdad
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro


JUEVES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- El Poderoso H6rcules
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- Johnny Ringo
7:30- Viaje al Fondo del Mar
8:30-Los Delincuentes
9:30- Linea de Fuego
10:00- Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro


VIERNES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-El Cegato Magoo
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- La Nueva Ola
7:30-Los Locos Adams
8:00-Combate
9:00- El Show de Lucy
9:30- Peyton Place
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro


SABADO

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Resumen de Cartones
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-Los Picapiedras
7:30- Disloquiando
8:00- Ben Casey
9:00- El Show de Antonio Prieto
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Teleteatro


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00- Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Cilebres
10:45-Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30- Acci6n en el Mar
12:00-Reprise: Novela Semanal
2:19-Repris6: Novela Juvenil
4:00- Desde el Hip6dromo
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00- Cita con la Muerte
9:00- Ruta 66
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50- Teatro Francis
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45-Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30--La Mujer y su Belleza
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30- Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Tres Patines Show
6:55- Instantineas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sonrisas Colgate
8:00- Lunes de Revl6n
8:30-Novela
9:00- Novela de las 9
9:30- Las Enfermeras
10:30-Noticias
11:00-Hong Kong
MARTES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50- Los Perseguidores
12:20-Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45-Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30- La Cocina en TV
5:00- Novela de las 5
5:30- Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
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-Noticias
1:00-Encrucijada
MIERCOLES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50-La Ley del Rev6lver
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30- Para la Familia
5:00- Novela de las 5
5:30- Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Tres Patines Show
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30- C6micos y Canciones
8:00- Revista Musical
8:30-Novela
9:00- Novela de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
11:00-Solo los Valientes
JUEVES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50-Pete y Gladys
12:20-Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30- La Cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30- Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Picadillo Humoristico
6:55- Instantineas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30-Novela
9:00- Novela de las 9
9:30-El Teatro de Richard Boone
10:30-Noticias
11:00- Jefatura87
VIERNES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50- Rev6lver a la Orden
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45-Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30- La Mujer Opina
5:00- Novela de las 5
5:30- Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Boite de Tres Patines
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Show deVan Dyke
8:00- Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30- Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-El Santo
10:30-Noticias
SABADO
10:30-Club Infantil Televito
11:50-La Comedia Silente
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- De Inter6s Para Usted
1:00-Repris6: Novela de las 5
3:19- Pelicula
5:00-Festival de Cartones
5:30- El Pijaro Loco
6:00- El Paso al Noroeste
6:30--Las Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Estrellas Palmolive
8:00- A Petici6n Suya
8:30- Yo Fui Criminal
9:30- Los Intocables
10:30- Noticias
11:00-Pelicula


Viernes 15 --.

Sibado 16---
Domingo 17

Lunes 18---
Martes 19--_
Migreoles 20-

Jueves 21___

Viernes 22__.


En Su Pantalla


PARAISO
NO SHOW
Blood Is My Heritage and
Home Of The Brave
The Patsy
The Patsy

NO SHOW
The Last Train From Gun Hill
The Naked Jungle
King Kong

NO SHOW


SANTA CRUZ
Blood Is My Heritage and
Home Of The Brave
NO SHOW
Circus World
The Last Train From Gun Hill
The Naked Jungle
King Kong
Day Of The Triffids

NO SHOW
Why Must I Die and
Hot Rod Gang


RAINBOW CITY
Thunder In The Sun
10 p.m.
Hud and Vertigo
*Goodbye Charley
Goodbye Charley
Guns Of Diablo

NO SHOW
The Nutty Professor and
Fun In Acapulco
Revenge Of Frankenstein
10 p.m.


Sonia del Rio, es Dibujante de Ingenieria Civil en la Divisi6n de Ingenieria
del Canal de PanamA. Su lugar de trabajo se encuentra en el tercer piso del
Edificio de Administraci6n. Por su caricter afable goza del aprecio de todos
los que la conocen. Naci6 en PanamA; como pueden notar esta en plena
juventud; hizo sus studios en la Zona del Canal y en la Universidad de
PanamA y desde hace ya algunos meses pertenece a la organizaci6n del
Canal. No habla much y por eso nos sorprende cuando nos cuenta de sus
muchos viajes. Ha viajado por todos los Estados Unidos, Mexico, Africa,
Europa y Centro Am6rica. Hizo un viaje por mar; "fue a bordo del "Cons-
titution", nos dice, "los dias que pas6 a bordo de ese lujoso barco, fueron
algo divino". Recorri6 Espaiia, Francia e Inglaterra. Nos dice que lo que
mAs le gust6 de Paris fueron los caf6s de Montmartre; de Espafia, la Giralda
de Sevilla, y de Inglaterra, las decoraciones de Navidad. Estuvo tambi6n
en Casablanca, "bellisima ciudad", nos dice, "pero sumamente america-
nizada, inclusive la Casbah". Nos dice que maneja s6lo por necesidad, que
es cat6lica y que va a la Iglesia de Cristo Rey, que le gusta disfrutar la vida
y que todavia estA a la espera de su Principe Azul.


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aQui6n no la conoce, de todos los que
trabajan en el Edificio de Adminis-
traci6n de Balboa Heights? Es Lolita,
la cajera de la Cafeteria. Pero su
nombre complete es Dolores A.
Moses, panamefia, de 33 afios de
edad, casada con Jacinto V. Moses,
empleado de Agencias de Viajes Fi-
danque y con cuatro hijos: Jacinto
V., Jr., de 13 afios; Osvaldo, de 12;
Jorge B., de 9, e Ivette Maria Isabel,
de 6. Todos estAn estudiando, hasta
la mAs pequefia, que esta en un Jar-
din de la Infancia. Asi como la ven
en la fotografia, es como siempre esta
Lolita. Tiene una sonrisa para todos,
adn en las horas mAs pesadas, cuando
se forman las largas filas del medio-
dia. Tiene 11 afios de prestar servi-
cios en la organizaci6n del Canal de
PanamA, pero su experiencia en el
trato con el p6blico data de much
antes, pues durante afios trabaj6 en
aquel famoso restaurant, el O.K.
Amigo. Estudi6 en la Santa Familia
y en la Escuela PrActica de Comer-
cio y ahora dedica todo su tiempo a
su trabajo, a sus hijos y a su esposo.
Cuando le ireguntamos por sus pa-
satiempos, dice que son muy pocos,
pues casi siempre estA muy ocupada
en la casa. Dice que de su trabajo,
lo que mAs le gusta es el trato que
le dan sus jefes.


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Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud express.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
H. R. PARFITT
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacion
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.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de PanamA. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
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Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
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Octubre 15, 1965


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS


OFICINA DEL GOBERNADOR
Y PRESIDENT
Oficina de Informaci6n del Canal
de PanamAi
Tomas A. Cupas, Escritor-Castella-
no a Escritor-Redactor (Traduc-
tor).
DIVISION DE SERVICIOS
ADMINISTRATIVOS
Raymond W. Matson, Despachador
de Radiopatrullas, Divisi6n de Po-
licia, a Archivero.
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Division de Escuelas
Juana E. de Mitil, Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa a Oficinista Esten6grafa.
Mary M. Sneed, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa a Subjefe Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa.
Division de Policia
Robert Lawyer, Ralph C. Stone, Sar-
gento de Policia a Teniente de
Policia.
Edna L. Tipton, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa, Secci6n de Licencias, a Ofi-
cinista Mecan6grafa.
CONTRALORIA
Secci6n de Planillas y Contabilidad
MecAnica
Helen Cicero, Tecnica de Contabili-
dad, Contaduria, a Oficinista En-
cargada de las Deducciones de
Salario.
Frank Alberga, Lucile C. Baer, Mary
E. Becker, Emily M. Brooks,
Eugene L. Buonviri, Samuel
Cohen, Maria de Ycaza, Russell
A. Edwards, Efrain I. Herrera,
Edna J. Hummer, Daisy M. Tet-
tenburn, Frances Walker, Edna P.
Wills, Oficinista, Secci6n de N6-
minas, a Oficinista de N6minas.
Bennett J. Williams, Subjefe Ayu-
dante Contador a Subjefe Ofici-
nista, Secci6n de N6minas.
Edward H. Appin, George H. Moore,
Mary W. Ewing, Helen M. Tom-
ford, Leonard Aguirre, Florence
E. Derrer, Clara C. Baez, Hilda
C. Myers, Helen Kat, Florence E.
Mallett, Oficinista, Secci6n de N6-
minas, a Subjefe Oficinista, Sec-
ci6n de N6minas.
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
5Hospital Gorgas
Dorothy Sousa, Jefe de Enfermeras
(Medicina General y Cirugia) a
Jefe de Enfermeras (Obstetricia).
Stella I. N. Frampton, Oficinista,
Asuntos de Personal (General), a
Oficinista, Asuntos de Personal
(General-Mecanografia).
Sadid I. Aguilera, Oficinista Esten6-
grafa a Ayudante Oficinista (Me-
canografia).
Valentine Edwards, Auxiliar Mbdico
(Ambulancias) a Auxiliar de En-
fermeria (Medicina General y
Cirugia).
Hospital de Coco Solo
Jocelyn A. Brown, Ayudante Pana-
dero, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Mozo
de Oficios, Servicio de Comida.
NicolAs E. Bishop, Mensaiero a Men-
sajero (Conductor de Vehiculos a
Motor).
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Division de Dragas
Wilbert J. Nesfield, Aseador a Revi-
sor de Baterias.
Division de Electricidad
Ewald A. Wiberg, Tbcnico Electr6-
nico (General) a Subjefe Tecnico
de Mantenimiento Electr6nico
(General).
Robert L. Boyer, Reparador de Cen-
tral Telef6nica a Primer Capataz
Reparador de Central Telef6nica.
Chester S. Harrold, Mecinico Elec-
tr6nico a T6cnico Electr6nico (Ge-
neral).
Arthur G. Gouldburn, Camarero,
Division de Abastos, a Oficinista
Mecan6grafo.
Ralph W. Henderson, Operario de
Esclusas (Mecinico Tornero) a
Ingeniero Mecinico de Turno.
Division de Ingenieria
Edward A. Galuska, Ingeniero Elic-
trico (Iluminaci6n) a Ingeniero
Elctrico (General).
Alcides P. Ponce, Dibujante de In-
genieria Arquitect6nica a Arqui-
tecto.
Juan B. Telesca, Auxiliar de Topo-
grafia a T6cnico de Topografia.
' Divisi6n de Mantenimiento
Leslie A. Beauchamp, Capataz Me-
canico de Refrigeraci6n y Acondi-
cionamiento de Aire, a Primer Ca-
pataz de Refrigeraci6n y Acondicio-
namiento de Aire.


Carl R. Meissner, Mecanico de Re-' DIREC(
frigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento
de Aire, a Capataz Mecainico de
Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamien- Divisi6
to de Aire. !Wilson V
Tomtis A. Salinas, Capataz Pintor Autom
(Mantenimiento) a Capataz deI fangos
Mantenimiento. i nico
Wilfred G. James. Capataz Obrero a Guard,
Capataz Obrero (Trabajos Pesa- Arnold I
dos). mi6n
Escola
Luis Gonziilez, Ayudante Pintor a
Encargado de Mantenimiento. Di
Roy Hendricks, Ayudante Meclinico Lucius P
de Refrigeraci6n y Acondiciona- (Emba
miento de Aire, a Encargado de
Mantenimiento (Refrigeracidn y Di
Acondicionamiento de Aire). John F. I
Simeon Shirley, Obrero (Trabajos bustib
Pesados) a Trabajador en Cemen- Subalt
to o Asfalto. Cquidos
Vivian Wilson, Obrero a Encargado Cipriano
del Cuarto de Herramientas. tacarg
Di6genes Rodriguez, Obrero a Obre- James Ja
ro (Mantenimiento de Vias). a Veri
Carlton Trowers, Aseador a Obrero. Worden
DIRECTION DE MARINA Combpera
Division Industrial Opera
Comb'
Napoleon Mayta, Francisco Marti-
nez, Encargado del Mantenimien-
to de Botes a Carpintero (NAutico).
Rolando Linares, Jr., Traductor a Jerry A.
Maestro (Conversacion en Espa- Ramo
iol). de Ser
Edward
Division de Navegaci6n Servic
Howard R. Johnson, Ayudante del visi n
Capitin del Puerto, a Primer Ayu- Admin
dante del Capitin del Puerto. trucci
Robin L. Erixon, Practico del Canal Judith A
a Ayudante del CapitAn del grafa,
Puerto. rn
Paul Leffler, Conrad G. Revtyak, Myron
Prictico del Canal, Limitado a supuest
Naves de 225 pies, a Practico del Carolyn
Canal, Limitado a Naves de 526 n6graf
pies. Patrick
Division de Esclusas Tecnic
Contn
Clarence R. Boughner, Capataz Ope- Frank C
rario de Esclusas a Operario de Jefe
la Caseta dc Control. Hospi
Richard Crowell, Capataz Operario Rosemar
de Esclusas (Electricista) a Opera- Conta
rio de la Caseta de Control. Edward
Donald J. Grimm, Operario de Es- Rergist
clusas (Electricista) a Capataz Regis
Operario de Esclusas (Electricista). Kevi
Leroy Wilson, Operario de Esclusas mos
(Electricista) a Capataz Operario Divisi
de Esclusas (Electricista). George
Raymond Hesch, Operario de Esclu- niorgero
niero
sas (MecAnico (Tornero) a Capa- de Dr
taz Operario de Esclusas (Mecai- Carl L.
nico Tornero). Tienli
Thomas V. Frost, Mecainico Tornero Tiem
a Operario de Esclusas (Mecainico OfJ. C. D
Tornero). Marin
William M. Wahl, Electricista a Ope- Carolin
rario de Esclusas (Electricista). n6grao
Robert W. King, Capataz Operario Frederic
de Esclusas (Mecainico Tornero) a dias (
Primer Capataz, Operaciones de diasi
las Esclusas. Ann M
Thomas Gibson, Primer Capataz Winiif
Carpintero a Capataz General de Abast,
Carpinteria.
DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS A LA COMUNIDAD
Division de Abastos 7
John J. McConaghy, Inspector de
Products de Plantas de Gas a Ca- U
pataz Operario de Maquinaria
Portitil y Levadiza. S(
Wilford Dixon, Subgerente de Alma- y
cen a Gerente de Comisariato.
Felton L. Gill, Jr., Cynthia Forbes, D
Oficinista de Contabilidad a Ofici- Debo
nista de Abastos. lDebo S
Roy A. Carter, Panadero a Oficinista lo?-S
de Abastos. coma]
Herman G. Nelson, Obrero a Fabri- brisas
cante de Helados. de ins
Alfred Alleyne, Ayudante Panadero edo
a Panadero. Piliedn
Stanley J. Guest, Primer Capataz las ve
(Operaciones de Lecheria) a Pri- nuis c
mer Capataz (Operaciones de Le- puede
cheria y Mantenimiento). rabris
Lemuel Pryce, Guardia, Divisi6n de del vi
Mantenimiento, a Guardia.
Catharine A. Boggs, Acomodadora quina
de Teatros a Taquillera (Teatro de 4 pul
Balboa). hibe
Carlos V. Russell, Obrero a Alma- cualq
cenero. -Cudnta
Lenora A. Wright, Moza de Ofcio, aCient
Servicio de Comidas, a Encargada asient
de Mostrador. -Elk
Charles E. Thompson, Primer Capa- carro,
taz (Operaciones de Lecheria), a pued
Primer Capataz (Operaciones de impid
Lecheria y Mantenimiento). chofe
Division de Servicios Comunales lidad.'
Philip A. Francis, Aseador a Primer
Capataz Aseador. La fi
Ruperto Acosta, Operario de Equipo iyecta co
de Mantenimiento de Predios, a kildmetr
Operario de Tractor. Salgar
Roy Julie, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados) Salgar
a Recolector de Basura. mexican
Alfredo B. Cedefio, Aseador a millones
Obrero. obra.


CION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALES
in de Transporte a Motor
Waldron, Capataz Mecinico
,otriz (Carroceria y Cuarda-
), a Primer Capataz MecA-
Automotriz (Carroceria y
afangos).
Prescod, Conductor de Ca-
a Conductor de Autobuis
r.
division de Ferrocarril
well, Oficinista a Oficinista
rque).
ivisi6n de Terminales
Lawrence, Aforador de Com-
les Liquidos a Despachador
erno de Combustibles Li-
s (Muelles).
Valiente, Operario de Mon-
as a Capataz Estibador
rdo).
ackman, Marcador de Carga
ficador.
E. French, Primer Capataz,
ciones de Suministro de
ustibles, a Capataz General,
ciones de Suministro de
ustibles (Naiutico).
OTROS


Luciendo las barbas que les crecieron durante su viaje por la America
Central aparecen John Stone, a la izquierda, y Douglas Crook, ambos de
San Petersburgo, Florida. Crook fue resident en la Zona del Canal.



Ex Residente de la Zona del



Canal en Interesante Viaje


Fleming, Subjefe Fot6grafo,
de Artes GrAficas, Divisi6n "No fue mis que una brisita", nos
rvicios Administrativos.
iciB. Lowande, Funcionario de dijo un antigo resident de la Zona
ios Administrativos (Jefe-Di- del Canal, Douglas Crook, al refe-
dc Aduana). rirse a un problemita que tuvo en su
Hartman5 Subjefe Ayudante yiaje por la Carretera Panamericana
nistrativo, Divisi6n de Cons- hacia el Istmo, donde lleg6 la semana
i6n. pasada.
A. Days, Oficinista Esten6- Douglas Crook, hijo de Wilson H.
Division de Policia. Crook, ya fallecido y quien fuera
Schroeder, Analista de Pre- Director de Abastos y Servicios a la
stos, Divisi6n de Presu- Comunidad, con la organizaci6n del

G. Johnson, Oficinista Este- Canal, manej6 desde Florida un
a, Division Industrial. cami6n International Scout y nos dijo
F. Henry, Especialista en que todo fue perfect, con excepci6n
cas Visuales de Informaci6n, de la "brisita".
aloria. El y su amigo, John Stone, de
eccarelli, M6dico (Urologia), San Petersburgo, Florida, llegaron a
de la Clinica de Urologia, Mazatlin, MNxico, al mismo tiempo
tal Gorgas. que un huractin, y esa fue la "brisita".
y D. Reardon, Ayudante Antes de que se dieran cuenta, la
dora, Divisiin de Dragas. del "brisita" habia alcanzado velocida-
ro de Propiedad, Divisitn de des de 165 millas por hora. Casi,
as. casi que se los llevaba el viento y el
Barry, Escrutador de Recla- agua les entraba por todas parties,
General), Auditoria General, asi que se refugiaron en el aeropuer-
6n de Reclamos. to, que tambi6n estaba inundado.
A. McArthur, Subjefe Inge- Al dia siguiente tuvieron alguna
Mecinico (General), Divisi6n dificultad para salir de la poblaci6n,
agas. debido a los edificios destruidos,
Hendriks, Apuntador de calls inundadas y a los irboles y
yer, Inspector de Seguridad, postes de tendido el6ctrico caidos.
a del Director, Direcci6n de "Pero eso fue todo", dicen, "una
a. brisita".
e S. Calvo, Oficinista Meca- Los dos j6venes salieron de San
fa, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n. Petersburgo el 22 de agosto, durante
;k M. Linck, Jefe de Guar- algunas semanas recorrieron Estados
Comandante de Seguridad), Unidos y entraron a MNxico por Ca-
6n de Terminales. 16xico. Siguiendo la llamada ruta del
Baptiste, Oswald A. Smith, Pacifico a trav6s de Centro America,
red B. Palacio, Oficinista de contraron buenas carreteras por
os, Divisi6n de Abastos. encontraron buenas arreteras por
casi todo el camino, con la peor parte
entire San Jos6, Costa Rica, y la fron-
tera con PanamA. La mejor secci6n


y respuestas

OBRE LAS LEYES
REGLAMENTOS
DEL TRANSIT

lacer inspeccionar mi vehicu-
i, y usted debe llevar la cal-
nia de inspecci6n en el para-
del vehiculo y el certificado
specci6n dentro del vehiculo.
poncr otras calcomanias en
ntanillas de mi vehiculo, adle-
de la de registro?-Si. Usted
e poner calcomanias en el pa-
as y en la ventanilla trasera
ehiculo, pero sblo en las es-
as inferiores y en un area de
gadas cuadradas. La ley pro-
obstaculizar la visibilidad de
uier otra manera.
as personas puedo llevar en el
to delantero de mi autom6Oil?
0 depend del tamafio de su
, pero en ninguna occasion se
le levar tantas personas, que
dan los libres movimientos del
r o le obstaculicen la visibi-


rma mexicana Protexa pro-
onstruir un oleoducto de 209
ros en Colombia, entire puerto
y Armenia. Cinco bancos
os otorgardn cr&dito de $8
que se necesitan para la


esta en Guatemala, done las carre-
teras son superiores a muchas de los
Estados Unidos.
Como querian ahorrar dinero, dor-
mian en el cami6n y Ilevaban much
comida en lata. Pero dijeron que a
lo largo de todo el recorrido vieron
excelentes moteles.
El dormir en el vehiculo tenia
tambien sus desventajas. M'uchas
veces al despertarse, se encontraban
rodeados de curiosos.
Las carreteras eran tan buenas en
Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras,
que tenian problems con el dinero.
Y no porque les hiciera falta, sino
que por pasar tan rApido por los di-
ferentes paises, no tenian tiempo de
conseguir la moneda apropiada.
En M6xico se encontraron con que
todos los caminos Ilevaban a un solo
lugar: la ciudad de M6xico. Lo
mismo sucede en Nicaragua. La
mayor parte de las carreteras estin
bien marcadas, pero no asi las ciu-
dades; es muy dificil salir de ellas.
Hicieron el viaje de San Jos6 a
David, PanamA, en 15 horas y la
pasaron fea. Pero la carretera de
David a PanamA, la encontraron
buena, except por una secci6n.
El joven Crook estuvo en escuelas
de la Zona del Canal, cuando su
padre trabajaba aqui. En 1960, se
gradu6 en la Escuela Secundaria dc
Balboa y ahora estAi en la prepara-
toria de Universidad de San Peters-
burgo. Vive alli con su madre y su
hermano Mike.
Stone, trabaja con la Compafiia
de Gas Buchan de esa ciudad, pero
pidid vacaciones por 3 meses, para
pasear por Centro Amnrica.


No Sabe Donde Rara Colecci6n


Esta Cristobal
CZ es la abreviatura para Czechos-
lovakia (Checoeslovaquia), de acuer-
do con lo que deduce una secretariat
de Illinois.
La direcci6n, claramente escrita a
mAquina en el sobre, dice sencilla-
mente "Panama Canal Co. Cristobal,
Czechoslovakia" pero la siempre
alerta oficina de correos de los Esta-
dos Unidos despach6 la carta hacia
la direcci6n correct en la Zona del
Canal.
La carta fue en respuesta a una
solicitud de informaci6n hecha por
Julius Grigore, Jr., Subjefe de la
Division Industrial del Canal de
PanamrA.


Yo s6/o fe pedi "aogunas" recomen
daciones para prevenir accidents


Obsequiada a la


Biblioteca-Museo
El Sr. James P. MacLaren, Jefe
de la Divisi6n de Sanidad, ha obse-
quiado a la Biblioteca-Museo de la
Zona del Canal una rara exhibici6n
que consiste de insects locales y
pequenios animals que han sido pre-
servados e incrustados en un plastico
transparent.
La colecci6n consta de escaraba-
jos, escorpiones, honnrmigas, una man-
tis religiosa, dos escarabajos Sawyer
grandes, un Gambusia (un pez muy
pequefio que se alimenta de larva
de mosquito), culebras y un murci6-
lago.
MacLaren ide6 el process que uti-
liz6 para preservar dichos ejempla-
res con el objeto de contar con mues-
tras de los distintos insects y ani-
males pequefios al preparar nuevos
Scmpleados. Al principio utilize insec-
tos secos sin haberles dado trata-
imiento alguno. Sin embargo, pronto
descubriO que dichos ejemplares se
dcsintegraban nipidamente y enton-
ces decidi6 "arreglarlos". La present
colecci6n es el resultado de este
procedimiento.
La exhibici6n en la actualidad cstAi
ubl)ici-da dentro dc la Biblioteca Prin-
cipal en el segundo piso del Edificio
de Asuntos Civiles.


PAgina 3








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Octubre 15, 1965


Su Salubridad en el Istmo
Por Donald Robinson
INSECTICIDES
Los insects de esqueleto externo y de sistema nervioso de sangre
fria afortunadamente cuando han sido envenenados enrollan sus
seis patas. (Un aparte no cientifico: todos menos las cucarachas, las
cuales no saben c6mo enrollarse.)
Los products que matan insects afectan menos a los animals
de sangre caliente.
Pero los intecticidas son venenosos para nosotros tambidn. La
comida sazonada con insecticides nos enferma. A pesar de scr tan
com6n el insecticide, la leyenda, "6sese con cuidado", de la etiqueta,
pasa desapercibida con frecuencia.
Acabo de enterarme que dos perros murieron en la Zona del Canal
como resultado de la fumigaci6n efectuada en una residencia por
una fumigadora privada.
Con la ayuda de la Secci6n de Reclamos he investigado personal-
mente 15 suicidios registrados en los 6itimos 3 afios en los cuales se
utiliz6 un insecticide local para autoexterminarse.
De modo que, como pueden ver, los animals de sangre caliente
si mueren ocasionalmente y dcsde luego se enferman.
Algunos de los insecticides mis fuertes no se recomienda que se
usen en la Zona del Canal, lo cual es una media de precauci6n. Pero
aquellos hombres cuyo deber en cuidar a ustedes no pueden estar
en todos lados. Ni se puede proteger a ustedes de ustedes mismos.
Quiero decir . los products que se compran en los almacenes
no son peligrosos si se siguen las instrucciones. Todas las instrucciones
solicitan que se tenga cuidado.
Debese mencionar otro aspect. A los empleados de la Zona del
Canal que usan insecticides en sus trabajos, les hemos indicado
m6todos para usarlos, y pasan examenes fisicos peri6dicos.
La Direcci6n de Salubridad hace un examen especial de sangre
cuando se trata de personas que andan con insecticides. Todos noso-
tros creemos sinceramente en la necesidad de protegerse de dichos
venenos.
Como en toda regulaci6n y equipo, la persona clave es la que en
realidad usa el material. En cuanto a los eximenes fisicos peri6dicos,
si los supervisors y empleados no concertan las citas y no se reportan
para examinarse, de que sirven esos examenes?
En su casa, por favor, tengan cuidado. Madre, cuando tome el
atomizador para insects, aleje las galletas primero. Es mejor que
se escape la cucaracha a que toda la familiar termine en el hospital.
Sobre todo, no rocie donde haya infants o nifios pequefios.
Mantinganse alertas cuando la cuadrilla de trabajadores fumigue
en su vecindario. Mantengan a los nifios alejados de los trabajadores
y del Area, y tengan cuidado con los insecticides no aprobados.



Victor H. Archbold Elegido por

Tercera Vez Presidente de Liga

Femenina de Softball Atlantica


La Liga Femenina de Softball del
AtlAntico eligi6 el mi6rcoles 6 de
octubre a sus nuevos directors, en
una reuni6n celebrada en el Centro
Civico de Rainbow City ante gran
concurrencia.
Victor H. Archbold fue reelegido
president de la organizaci6n, en
tanto que Fausto Andrade y Claudia
Davis fueron elegidos vicepresiden-
tes, Arvis Brady ocuparA la secretaria
y Elizabeth Collins la tesoreria de
la liga.
Archbold fue elegido por tercera
vez consecutive para regir los des-
tinos del circuit, a pesar de su opo-
sici6n para un tercer period.


Esta liga estA abierta para todas
las muchachas del sector AtlAntico
y Pacifico, asi como tambi6n de la
Repsiblica de PanamA.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores ___1.565
Esclusas de Gatun ....... 329
Edificio de Asuntos Civiles 260
Las Cruces, 7 viajes __..-_ 675
Reina Manuelita, 3 viajes_ 76
Gran Total ------- 2.905


En Houston se Decidira Futuro


De la Pelea de Laguna y Ortiz


Cami Beto Vencio

A Luis Patiino por

KO Ten el Quinto
Camilo Valdespino (Cami Beto) se
impuso el domingo por la noche a
Luis Patifio por nocaut tecnico al
minuto 30 segundos del quinto
asalto, del combat sefialado a 10
vueltas celebrado en el tinglado del
Gimnasio Nacional Neco de la
Cuardia..
Los dos ex campeones del peso
gallo, que estaban buscando una
nueva oportunidad de disputar el
titulo, ahora en poder de Eugenio
Hurtado, se enfrascaron en una recia
batalla, durante la cual Patifio logr6
derribar en cl cuarto asalto a Beto,
pero (,ste logri abrirle una herida
en la frente en esa misma vuelta, y
en el asalto signient tel cIrbitro tuvo
que suspender el eneiu.tro debido
a que Patinio estaba a merced (do su
contrario.


El future de la pelea por el titulo
mundial del peso ligero centre el
actual campe6n Ismael Laguna, de
Panama, y el ex campe6n Carlos
Ortiz, de Puerto Rico, se decidirni
entire hoy y mafiana, en las reunio-
nes que celebrara el Comit6 Ejecu-
tiv v el Cmif"t' d C mnonato'


El Director de

Salubridad Pide

Que se Vacunen
"Todas las personas menores de
18 afios deben recibir inmunidad en
contra de la poliomielitis y recibir
los refuerzos necesarios", dijo el Di-
rector de Salubridad de la Zona del
Canal. .
"La vacuna Salk fue muy buena",
ainadi6, "pero no tanto como las gotas
que ahora se suministran en un cu-
bito de azucar. Aun cuando se hayan
recibido varias vacunas contra la
polio, deben administrarse las gotas
para estar seguros de tener debida
protecci6n en contra de la poliomie-
litis, una enfermedad que mata y
tulle".
El Director de Salubridad mencio-
n6 que desde mediados de julio se
han registrado 45 casos de poliomie-
litis en Honduras, do los cuales el
80 por ciento constituian nifios me-
nores de 4 afios. En la actualidad se
ha iniciado en Honduras un progra-
ma masivo para dar inmunidad a
todos los nifios menores de 7 afios.
La series primaria comprende tres
dosis de la vacuna oral y un refuerzo
despu6s de 1 afio. Un segundo re-
fuerzo se administra, preferiblemen-
te cuando se inician las classes esco-
lares; sin embargo, cualquier resi-
dente de la Zona del Canal de 18
afios de edad o menos que no haya
recibido el primer refuerzo puede
consultar a la enfermera de Salubri-
dad Piblica en cualquiera de los seis
centros de Salud de la Comunidad
donde se suministra gratuitamente
la vacuna oral contra la polio. Esta
es la inica manera de proteger al
nifio de la poliomielitis paralitica,
sefial6 el Director de Salubridad
Piblica.


Program Para ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
classes y estin relacionadas con el
mecanismo de defense del cuerpo.
Algunas nos defienden contra las
muchas bacteria y enfermedades in-
fecciosas a que constantemente esta-
mos expuestos.
El tercer grupo lo fonnan los trom-
bocitos, pequefios objetos de una mi-
l6sima de milimetro de diametro.
Su funci6n es empalmar y ayudar a
cerrar los orificios en los vasos san-
guineos y capilares dafiados, como
cuando un nifino se corta el dedo.
Juegan un papel vital en el process
de coagulaci6n.
El plasma, liquid que forma el
55 por ciento de la sangre, es suma-
mente complejo. Tiene mucbas sales,
casi en la misma proporci6n que el
agua de mar. Contiene gran n6mero
de sustancias que alimentan las ce-
lulas del cuerpo; lleva las diferen-
tes hormones, de su fuente de pro-
ducci6n a los tejidos (que ellas con-
trolan) y contiene un ninmero ilimi-
tado de proteinas. Muchas de estas
proteinas son vitales para nuestra
defense contra las enfermedades in-
fecciosas y complementan y auxilian
a las cAlulas blancas en su funci6n
de defense.


Dos Peleas por

Campeonato en

Mes de Octubre


Mundiayes dora Asociacmi n
Mundiales de la Asociacin Mundial Dos p eleas de ampeonato de
de Boxeo (AMB) en Houston, Texas, boxco del Istino estAn senaladas para
hoy y mafiana. este moes en hl Arena de Col6n.
La primera sera la que sostendrAn
El choque de desquite Laguna- el 24 de este mes el campe6n pluma
Ortiz estai sefialado para el 13 de Antonio Amaya y el campe6n ligero
noviembre en San Juan, Puerto Rico, junior Julio "Chicha Fuerte" Ruiz
pero funcionarios del Consejo Mun- por el titulo del primero. Ruiz fue
dial de Boxeo han sefialado que de una vez campe6n pluma, pero tuvo
celebrarse esa pelea, sc desconocecri que abandonar la division y el cam-
a Laguna como campe6n mundial y peonato por no hacer el peso, pero
el encuentro no sera reconocido como su entrenador asegura que ahora
de campeonato mundial. puede hacer nuevamente el limited de
Uno de los puntos en la agenda las 126 libras.
de la reunion de hoy y mafiana en Por su parte el campe6n gallo
Houston serma cl caso de la pelea La- Eugenio Hurtado defenderA su coro-
guna-Ortiz. Otro de los puntos sermi na frente al colonense Victor Hoyte,
la solicitud hecha por Cassius Clay, quien lo venciera por nocaut la pri-
campe6n mundial dc todos los pesos, mera vez que se midieron, sin dispu-
para que la AMB le levante la sus- tar la corona, hace 2 meses en la
pension que pesa sobre 61, por haber Arena de Col6n. Esta pelea de cam-
efectuado una pelea de mesquite con peonato se celebranri el domingo 31
Sonny Liston por el titulo mundial. del corriente.


Se Necesitan Juguetes en la


Sala de Nifios del Hospital de


Coco Solo Para los Enfermitos


Como todos los que han tenido
que ver con el cuidado de los nifios
lo saben muy bien, se necesita mu-
cho mats que buenas medicines y

Certificados de ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Oficina de Viviendas
Jos6 Aguilar, John Francis, Ram6n
Flores, Stanley Griffith, Alphous A.
Shan, Stanley Hawkins, Edgar
McGill, C. A. Archibold, R. A.
Romero y B. F. Alleyne.
Secci6n de Centro de
Servicios Comunales
Victoria de Rojas, A. Zapata, Ni-
comedes Fria Herrera.
Secci6n de Almacenaje
Lionel R. Worrell, Ernesto Blake,
Lincoln S. Gordon, Vincent C.
Forde, Denneth 0. Blackman, Albert
Smith, Eugene Dudley, Edgar Law-
rence, Duncan Williams, Jr., Leslie
A. Thompson, Cleveland G. Meikle
y George Corbin.
DIVISION DE ABASTOS
Secci6n de Almacenes
R. E. McEachron, John Carring-
ton, Albert DaCosta, Lawrence B.
Baptiste, Jubert Mason, Arthur Hil-
ton, Allan R. Ellis, Eric Adonican,
Herman Laing, Frederick Peters,
Robert Porter, Cecil Haughton,
Bersford D. Gittens, NicolAs Came-
r6n, Walter Campbell, 0. Noel,
Cyril D. Adams, Clifford Rose,
Walter A. Clarke, William Boyce,
George C. Bennett, Stanley Lindsay,
Lester Bailey, Gilberto DaCosta,
George Menzies, Manuel Chabolla y
Robert Phillips.


buen cuido para que los nifios se
pongan bien rapidamente. Sobre
todo, los nifios deben estar felices;
para ello se necesita que, por medio
de juguetes y muebles especiales, las
salas del hospital tengan gran pare-
cido con el hogar.
El Hospital de Coco Solo, como
la mayoria de los hospitals, depend
de la comunidad para conseguir esos
detalles.
"Yo creo firmemente que hay
muchas personas en nuestra comu-
nidad, que estAn deseosas de ayu-
darnos en este campo, y que lo
unico que se necesita es hacerles
saber que necesitamos su ayuda",
nos dijo el Dr. Patrick D. Tisdale,
Jefe de Pediatria y continua:- "El
ayudar a hacer felices a los nifios,
no solo ayuda al hospital, tambidn
contribute a fortalecer la comuni-
dad, como un todo".
La sala de nifios en si, en el Hos-
pital de Coco Solo, estA bien, con
cuartos grandes, bien ventilados y
con bastante luz y, ademas, cuenta
con un bello p6rtico para los juegos,
pero se necesitan muchos accesorios
inas.
Lo siguiente seria de gran utilidad
para los pequefios pacientes y se
agradeceria enonnemente: "scoot-
ers", carritos de pedales, sillitas altas,
cochecitos, radios, piyamas, chancle-
titas para bafio, cone;illos de indias
en sus jaulas, juguetes de toda case,
mufiecas, muchas mufiecas, vestidi-
tos, bloques, plumas de juguete con
sus bloques de papel, juguetes de
cuna de toda clase, pelotas, animals
disecados grandes, libros para niflos,
discos, cajetas para juguetes y juegos
de mesas y sillas para alimentar a los
nifios de 6 a 8 afios de edad..


Saprissa, de Costa Rica, se


Enfrentara al Union Espafola


Un partido international de
fitbol estA anunciado para el
domingo a las 4 de la tarde en
la cancha del Estadio Olimpico
de Panama, entire el onceno
costarricense Saprissa y el local
Uni6n Espaiiola, correspon-
diente al Campeonato de Cam-


peones del area Norte, Centro-
americana y del Caribe de
F6tbol.
Un segundo partido entire es-
tos oncenos se celebrard el 5 de
noviembre pr6ximo en San
Jos6, Costa Rica.


Paigina 4


Autodisciplina

La necesidad de autodisciplina en la prevenci6n de accidents es
en la actualidad mais ampliamente reconocida de lo que nunca lo
fuera antes. Si los accidents deben ser prevenidos es el moment de
que cada uno analice detenidamente las causes y acepte la desagra-
dable realidad de que la mayoria de los accidents podrian ser evita-
dos siguiendo simplemente las normas de seguridad establecidas.
Es hora de que cada individuo se discipline a si mismo aceptando
y siguiendo estas normas. Sabemos que la mayoria nunca lo hari
hasta que algunos pocos decidan que hacer y c6mo hacerlo.
La falta de interns e iniciativa en los individuos son las razones
por las cuales los supervisors son necesarios. Ellos son los repre-
sentantes elegidos por la gerencia para brindar guia y direcci6n.
En cuanto a los supervisors les ha sido dada la responsabilidad y
autoridad para dirigir a otros, es natural que los trabajadores bajo
sus 6rdenes se miren en ellos para guia en todos los aspects del
trabajo. Es un hecho reconocido que los trabajadores siguen constan-
temente el ejemplo dado por el supervisor, ya sea 6ste bueno o malo.
Si un supervisor rompe las reglas de seguridad y corre riesgos, es
casi seguro que sus subordinados harAin lo mismo. No tiene sentido
hablar de prevenci6n de accidents con los trabajadores cuando ellos
saben por las acciones del supervisor que otros aspects de la
producci6n son mais importantes.
Los trabajadores cooperativos estarAn interesados en satisfacer a su
supervisor en lo que ellos creen que este quiere con respect al
trabajo. El correr riesgos a fin de mantener la producci6n puede ser
considerado acceptable a menos que el supervisor haya demostrado
mais alli de toda duda que el trabajo debe ser hecho correctamente.
Aqui es donde la discipline se torna important y por discipline
se significa auto control, el cual capacity a la persona para apreciar
debidamente la situaci6n y actuar de acuerdo con su mejor criterio.
Pero muy a menudo esto no sucede. En el deseo de que la producci6n
continue o debido a circunstancias dificiles o irritantes, se cometen
muchos actos inseguros los que, bajo circunstancias normales nunca
se cometerian.
La discipline debe ser individual, ya que la supervision nunca
reemplazara la necesidad de cada individuo de considerar su propia
seguridad en todo moment.
El problema que enfrentan los supervisors es el conseguir que
todos y cada uno lo hagan en todo moment.




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