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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: November 19, 1965
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00537
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL Gifthe anamaCa





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Vol. IV, No. 22 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, November 19, 1965


Contract


Let for


NewTug

A contract for construction of a
new $600,000 harbor tug has been
awarded by the Panama Canal to the
Southern Shipbuilding Corp. of
Slidell, La.
The new tug, to be delivered in
June 1966, will be the first of several
replacement tugs to be purchased by
the Panama Canal in the next few
years to handle ships for the Naviga-
tion Division in the terminal harbors
and replace old and outmoded
floating equipment.
The first will replace the tug
Gatun built in 1937 in the former
Mechanical Division in Balboa and
which is now in service in Balboa.
The second tug will be ordered next
year for delivery in 1967.
A modified version of the highly
successful U.S. Navy YTB 760 class
harbor tug, the new craft is the result
of a coordinated study of Panama
Canal needs by the Navigation Divi-
sion and the Industrial Division
under the direction of the Marine
Director.
It will be 109 feet in overall length
with a beam of 29 feet and a fully
loaded displacement of 536 long
tons. Although powered by a 2,000
horsepower engine, this tug will have
greater pulling power than the
Canal's 2,400 horsepower tugs
because of the new type of under-
water hull design.
The name selected for this latest
addition to the fleet is Hugh Rodman,
in honor of the Canal's first Marine
Superintendent. It will be the first
tug built for the Panama Canal since
1961, when the three 2,400 horse-
power tugs were delivered by the
Diamond Manufacturing Co. of
Savannah, Ga.
These tugs, named after the three
successive chief engineers associated
with the construction of the Canal,
are the George W. Goethals, the John
F. Wallace and the John F. Stevens.


lire!
Two venerable Canal Zone cot-
tages built in 1917 will go up in
smoke-literally-as the climax of a
firefighting training program started
this week by the Canal Zone Fire
Division. The tests include use of
various types of water fog and foam,
methods of opening a structure to
fight fires and to effect ventilation.
A special demonstration under the
direction of Fire Chief W. G. Dolan
will be held November 29 with
members of the Panama Fire Depart-
ment and visiting firemen from Latin
American countries being invited to
observe and take part. Final destruc-
tion of the houses by controlled
burning will take place shortly
before Christnias. The two cottages,
located off Balboa Road on Edwards
Place, are being demolished to make
room for new construction.


Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks -- ____ 1,806
Gatun Locks ------_________ 600
Las Cruces, partial transits, 6 670
Transits, Southern Cross 1,300
Filtration Plant visitors ____- 31
Summit Garden visitors ...... 250
Grand total -- _____4,657


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The Atlantis II at dock in Balboa.



CIVIC COUNCIL

ELECTION RESULTS


Following are the successful can-
didates elected to Civic Council
membership on both sides of the
Isthmus during elections Novem-
ber 9 and 10. These include the re-
turns as received by the SPILLWAY'S
deadline time.
The Cristobal-Margarita-Brazos
Heights Council elections are to be
held December 7.
Candidates: Stuart Wood, Doreen
Wood, Norma DeVoll, Violet
Frecker, James Wainio, Kelly May-
nard, Kelly Wainio, Florence Kel-
lagher.
Coco Solo-France Field Civic
Council
Councilmen: Charles T. Reeves,
Edward Kelly, Henry Heppen-
heimer, John L. Mason, Mrs. Eliza-
beth Bridgeford, Dean K. Bruch,
Mrs. Elizabeth McNaughton, Elbert
Chappell, Mrs. Wilma Banks,
Richard J. Bjorneby, Leland Snider,
Philip M. Wilkins.
Alternates: Mrs. Gloria Loizeaux,
George Egolf, Robert L. Mowery,
Mrs. Jennie Chappell, Norbert F.
Keller.
Holdovers: Charles G. Judge, Carl
F. Maedl, Mrs. Beverly Baker,
Arthur Bernstein, William W. Fitz-
simmons, Mrs. Julia L. Daniel, Louis
J. Fattorosi, Patrick Ridge, Paul
Moser, William E. Hopkins, Mrs.
Evelyn Compton, Mrs. Josephine
Ridge.
Officers to serve during 1966 will
be elected at the regular monthly
meeting of the Council to be held
on December 8, in the Coco Solo
Town Hall at 7 p.m.
Gamboa Civic Council
President: Charles S. Howe.
Councilmen: Kenneth 0. Fugle-
berg, Carlton Bell.
Alternates: Riggs Forrest, Mrs.
Gloria Borell, Marvan Chadwick,
Mrs. Katherine Headrick, Fred Call.


Holdovers: George MacArthur,
Robert E. Lee, Ron Brome, Mrs.
Sharon Dukes.
The vice president, treasurer, and
secretary will be named at the coun-
cil meeting in December.
Gatun Civic Council
Councilmen: Samuel Londynski,
Edwin J. Compton, Ted Bailey, John
Wheaton, Jim Jones, Noralie Shobe,
Ilse Metzgar, Thomas Carter, Virgil
Porter, Gladys Lasher.
Election of officers for 1966 will
take place at the December 13
meeting.
Pacific Civic Council
Balboa:
Samuel Roe, Jr., Howard Buehler,
C. R. Vosburgh, Dr. R. Kennedy,
Dorothy Hannigan, and George J.
Booth.
Alternates: Mrs. Eleanor Buehler,
J. L. McDaniel, and Mrs. Rose
McDaniel.
Ancon-Balboa Heights:
Henry Lee, Mrs. Joyce Baird, and
Donald Lohse.
Alternates: Mrs. Rose Casey.
Diablo Heights:
Ted Hotz, John C. Fawcett, and
Dr. C. Glines.
Holdovers: Betty Brown, Art
Habeck, Edmund MacVittie, Rose
Casey, Ed Coyle, Leo Krziza, and
Douglas Schmidt.
Los Rios-Corozal:
James P. Young, Mrs. Sara Rowley,
and George T. Darnall, Jr.
Alternates: Otis M. Ramey, Jr.,
Daniel B. Rambo.
The Pacific Civic Council met
November 10 and elected the fol-
lcwing officers for 1966:
President, Capt. Howard Buehler;
1st Vice President, Mrs. Darlene
Ashby; 2d Vice President, Samuel
(Continued on p. 4)


Floating Scientific

Lab Transits Canal
The Atlantis II, one of the world's best equipped and most versatile deep-
sea laboratories, passed through the Canal last week on the last lap of a
50,000 mile scientific mission which is taking her around the world.
Loaded with scientific specimens from the sea around us, the $4 million
research vessel, owned and operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution, was on her way home to Massachusetts after taking part in the


International Indian Ocean Expedi-
tion and the Cooperative Kuroshic
Investigations (a current similar to
the Atlantic Gulf Stream) in coopera-
tion with Japanese Oceanographers.
It was the first time a Woods Hole
ship had circumnavigated the globe
and the first trip through the Canal
for the Atlantis II.
When she arrived in Balboa, there
were 8 scientists aboard headed by
Chief Scientist Arthur R. Miller, and
a crew of 31 officers and men. Most
of the scientists were staying on
board for the trip back to Woods
Hole. They expected to arrive in
plenty of time for Thanksgiving.
Capt. Emerson H. Miller, master
of the air conditioned floating labora-
tory, expressed deep interest in the
work being done aboard the ship
although he was quick to point out


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The globe-girdling course taken by
the Atlantis II is marked on the chart
by Capt. Emerson H. Miller, master
of the vessel.


New "Z" Plate

Form Needed If

You Live in RP
To curb unauthorized "Z" auto
license plate registration by appli-
cants residing in the Republic of
Panama, use of a new "Application
for Republic of Panama 'Z' Plate"
form is required this year.
Under arrangements between Pan-
ama and Canal Zone authorities,
these forms will be certified by the
Balboa or Cristobal Customs Office
in the Canal Zone before going to
the proper municipal licensing
authority in Panama.
Applications are available now at
the Canal Zone Customs Offices on
both sides of the Isthmus.


CZC Talent Show

Saturday Night
Canal Zone College will present
a Talent Show Saturday night,
November 20 in the college audito-
rium. The show will feature Jack
Dubroff and Dave Cohen as co-
masters of ceremonies and will in-
clude variety acts from the Canal
Zone and Panama.
Show time will be 7:30 p.m. and
ticket sales will begin at 7 p.m.
Admission is 50 cents for adults and
25 cents for children under 12.


that he is a sailor, not an oceano-
grapher.
In addition to several laboratories
fitted with outlets for special utilities
such as fresh water, sea water, elec-
tricity, oxygen, and other gases, the
ship has several controlled tempera-
ture aquaria which permit the scien-
tific party to keep alive various
species of marine life. A bulbous
underwater observation chamber
located at the bow is equipped with
six viewing ports through which
scientists may observe fish and other
marine life while under way.
(Continued on p. 4)


Rising Waters

Bring Hazards
The high water level in Gatun
and Madden Lakes has set adrifi
large logs and debris which are a
great hazard to boaters and water
skiers. Until further notice, all
boaters in Gatun and Madden
Lakes are advised to keep a sharp
lookout at all times and especially
to proceed at slow speed with
great caution after dark.
All boaters are reminded that:
1. Skiing is not permitted in
the Canal proper;
2. Skiing is not permitted
from sunset to sunrise;
3. In addition to the oper-
ator, an observer is re-
quired whenever a boat
is towing a water skier.


Palm Bowl Game

Wednesday Night
The 1965 Canal Zone United Fund
Palm Bowl Football Game will be
played Wednesday, November 24,
at 7:30 p.m. at Balboa Stadium,
pitting Cristobal High School, unde-
feated Canal Zone interscholastic
champions, against a Canal Zone
All-Star team selected from the other
three interscholastic teams. The "All
Stars" were selected and will be
coached by Morris Finkelstein and
Sid Kinnon.
A spectacular half-time ceremony
is scheduled, including the Cristobal
High School marching band, the
Balboa High School Girls Drill
Team, the Cristobal High School
Girls Marching Team, the Balboa
and Crisobal High School ROTC
Drill Teams, the Balboa High School
band, and the Balboa and Cristobal
High School and Canal Zone College
baton twirlers.
The stadium box office will open
at 6:30 p.m. on game night.
Palm Bowl Chairman Bill De La
Mater expects a capacity crowd. All
proceeds go to the Canal Zone
United Fund. All seats are priced
at $1, which includes a souvenir
program.
Sodas will be available during the
game. Trophies and.trophy engrav-
ing have been donated by Abernathy,
S.A., programs by R. C. Cola Bot-
tling Co., program printing by the
Panama American Press, and ticket
printing by Fidanque Travel Service.







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


November 19, 1965


Vieto Appointed

Legion Council

Vice-Chairman

L. Eldon James, national com-
mander of the American Legion, has
announced the appointment of
George Vieto, Chief, Transportation
Branch, as vice-chairman of the Na-
tional Foreign Relations Council of
the American Legion.
Vieto's appointment was confirmed
by the American Legion Executive
Committee at a recent meeting in
Indianapolis, Ind.
Prominent in local American
Legion activities for several years,
Vieto has served on the National
Inter-American Committee for the
past 3 years. He is Past Department
Commander of the Panama Canal
Zone and Past Post Commander of
Panama Canal Post No. 1.



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and answers
ON HIGHWAY VEHICLE
AND VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
LAWS AND REGULATIONS

May I make a right turn against a
red traffic light?-Yes, but you must
first come to a full stop, and you
must not interfere with the move-
ment of other traffic in the inter-
section. You must yield the right
of way to vehicular and pedestrian
traffic in the intersection.

Is there any special law regarding
passing schoolbuses?-Yes. When a
schoolbus is stopped on the high-
way for the purpose of picking up
or discharging passengers, and is
flashing two red lights, you must
stop at least 10 feet from the bus,
regardless of the direction you are
traveling. You must remain stop-
ped until the bus moves on, or
until a policeman or crossing
guard, or the bus driver signals to
you to proceed, or the flashing red
lights are no longer activated.


SGAFEIY
I DEP


"Very well, Benson, I promise not to
laugh. Now tell me about your
accident."
(Courtesy National Safety News)



SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an
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
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PAN A CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Distributed free to all Panama Canal
employees. Subscription cost for others
(including mailing) $2.60 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Com-
pany and address to: SPILLWAY Sub-
scriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


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A former Canal Zone resident and daughter of a former PanCanal employee
was honored recently in France. She is Mrs. Helen M. DeWeese, secretary
in the G-i Division, U.S. Army Communications Zone, Europe, Head-
quarters at Coligny Caserne, Orleans, France. Col. James McAllister
presented her an outstanding performance certificate and a check for $150.
Mrs. DeWeese, daughter of Frederick (Whitey) Rose, was born and educated
in the Canal Zone and formerly was employed with the U.S. Army Quarter-
master at Corozal. She now resides with her children. Michael and Michelle,
in Orleans, France. Her father, with PanCanal for 39 years, retired in 1962
after service as a ferry and tugboat engineer.



At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
November 20, 1965
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:25 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-A Very Special Favor
Tues., 7:30-Escape By Night
Wed., 7:30-Raiders Of Leyte Gulf
Thurs., 2:00, 6:00, 8:45-Fri., 7:00 p.m.-
Mary Poppins
DIABLO HEIGHTS*
Saturday Evening-Operation Crossbow
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m'.-The 7th
Cavalry
Sunday Evening-Monday-Hot Enough
For June
Tues.-You Can't Run Away From It
Wed.-The Solid Gold Cadillac
Thurs.-55 Days At Peking
Fri.-Dear Brigitte
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Curse
Of The Demon
GAMBOA*
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Sammy The Way-Out Seal
Sun.-The Money Trap
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues,.-55 Days At Peking
Wed.-Hot Enough For June
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-You Can't Run Away From It
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Satu-day Evening-A Distant Trump-t
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon.-Zorba The
Greek
Tues.-Days Of Wine And Roses
Wed.-The Finest Hours
Thurs., 2:00 p.m.-The Bounty Hunter
Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-The Hangman
Fri.-The Sword Of Ali Baba
MARGARITA*
Saturday Evening-Ballad Of A Gunfighter
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Black
Pirate
Saturday Evening-Monday-The Sandpiper
Tues.-Song Without End
Wed.-Two Rode Together
Thurs.-Who Was That Lady
Fri.-Sammy The Way-Out Seal
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Burglar
GATUN *
Saturday Evening-Ferry Cross The
Mersey
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 p.m.-The 3
Worlds Of Gulliver
Sunday Evening-Shenandoah
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Who Was That Lady
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Operation Crossbow
Fri.-Two Rode Together



Special Matinees
Saturday, November 20, 1965
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Toy Tiger-Jeff Chandler, Laraine Day,
Tim Hovey in a fine family motion pic-
ture. (In Color.) T-95 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
The Kid From Broken Gun-Charles Star-
rett: A fast-moving gun-blazing western.
T-62 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Snake River Desperadoes-Charles Starrett,
Smiley Burnette: A stirring saga of the
old west. . Action, thrills, and laughs
aplenty in this fast-moving western.
T-82 mins.


GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Lightning Guns-Charles Starret, Smiley
Burnette: A woolly adventure tale of the
wild West. T-62 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Born To Sing-Walt Disney's symphony of
song and color!
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Who's Minding The Store-Jerry Lewis. It's
Jerry at his wackiest, making shambles
of a huge department store. (Color.)

*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.


NO DRAG STRIP

New London, Conn., mothers
threatened to display their figures in
bikinis or less to slow speeders on
their residential street if authorities
didn't act. "We're upset enough to
lie down in our loin cloths to stop
drivers who use our street as
their personal speedway," said one
mother. The city asked the State
highway department to do some-
thing to keep the curves out of the
road.


PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS


OFFICE OF THE
COMPTROLLER
Payroll and Machine Accounting
Branch
Isabel M. Diaz, Payroll Deduction
Clerk to Supervisory Deduction
Assistant.
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Schools Division
Hamilton E. Atherly, Grounds
Keeper (Sports) to Swimming Pool
Operator.

ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Electrical Division
Donald E. MacLean, Senior Oper-
ator (Generating Station) to Power
System Dispatcher.
Peter W. Foster, Central Office Re-
pairman to Leader Central Office
Repairman.
Rupert Jordan, Telephone Instru-
ment Repairman to Leader Tele-
phone Instrument Repairman.
James A. Scantlebury, Laborer
Cleaner to Helper Machinist
(Maintenance).
HEALTH BUREAU
Coco Solo Hospital
Alton Kennedy M., Hospital Attend-
ant to Nursing Assistant (Medicine
and Surgery).
Gorgas Hospital
Foy H. Frauenheim, Staff Nurse
(Tuberculosis) to Nurse Supervisor
(Medicine and Surgery).
Virginia P. Kennedy, Staff Nurse
(Medicine and Surgery) to Nurse
Supervisor (Medicine and Sur-
gery).
Palo Seco
Frances L. Almquist, Staff Nurse to
Staff Nurse (Leprosy).
MARINE BUREAU
Navigation Division
Russel M. Lawrence, Admeasurer
Assistant to Admeasurer.
John E. Erikson, Lead Foreman
(Harbor) to General Foreman
(Harbor) (Assistant Harbormaster).
Ralph D. Harris, Sawsmith to Lead
Foreman (Harbor).
Ricardo R. Lasso V., Seaman
(Launch) to Launch Operator.
Walter L. Clarke, Linehandler
(Deckhand) to Seaman (Launch).
Arturo Jim6nez, Albert A. Grant,
David E. Stephenson, Linehandler
(Deckhand) to Leader Linehandler
(Deckhand Boatswain).
Industrial Division
Percival E. Dale, Apprentice (Boiler-
maker) (3d Year) to Apprentice
(Boilermaker) (4th Year).
Rupert L. Neblett, Clerk, Navigation
Division, to Clerk-Typist.
Maintenance Division
Fernando Martinez, Civil Engineer
(General) to Maintenance Engi-
neer.
William J. Carson, General Foreman
(Maintenance Shops) to Chief
Foreman (Maintenance Shops).
Carl E. Hall, Lead Foreman (Public
Works-Wharfbuilding) to General
Foreman (Public Works).
Laurel L. Highly, Leader Welder
to Lead Foreman (Facilities and
Equipment).


Gerald J. Fox, Leader Machinist
(Maintenance) to Lead Foreman
Machinist (Maintenance).
Pedro Hurtado, Linehandler, Locks
Division, to Helper Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning Mechanic.
Clevlan A. Small, Clerk-Typist to
Supervisory Supply Clerk.
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Supply Division
Earl C. Orr, Supervisory Merchan-
dise Management Officer (General
(Foods) to Merchandise Officer
(Foods).
Vincent J. Huber, Supervisory Mer-
chandise Management Officer to
Merchandise Officer (Drygoods).
Elwood G. Bissett, Supervisory Mer-
chandise Management Officer
(Housewares) to Merchandise Offi-
cer (Housewares).
Mary E. Brown, Sales Checker to
Snack Bar Operator.
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Motor Transportation Division
Carlos A. Torres C., Victor M. Palma,
Service Station Attendant to Auto-
motive Equipment Serviceman.
Arturo D. Davis, Food Service
Worker, Supply Division, to Serv-
ice Station Attendant.
Terminals Division
Gerald R. Fruth, Supervisory Distri-
bution Facilities to Distribution
Facilities Officer.
Robert L. Ridge, Liquid Fuels Dis-
patcher to Lead Foreman (Fuel
Operations).
Fernandez T. Russell A., Laborer
(Heavy) to Helper Liquid Fuels
Wharfman.

OTHERS
James Wood, Admeasurer, Naviga-
tion Division.
James V. Higgins, Admeasurer, Navi-
gation Division.
Amos R. Swalm, Construction' In-
spector (General), Construction
Division.
Jack E. VanHoose, Hospital Admin-
istrative Officer, Gorgas Hospital.
Audrey B. Bowman, Voucher Exam-
iner, Accounting Division.
Betty Porter, Clerk-Typist, Locks
Division.
Magdrie R. Callender, Clerk-Typist,
Schools Division.
Sislin L. Thomas, Library Assistant,
Division of Schools.
Marcus A. Grannum, Learner (Helper
Electrician Power Plant), Elec-
trical Division.



ABOUT DEADLINES ...
Material intended for publica-
tion in THE 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.


AN INTERNATIONAL SONGFEST highlighted the annual tea of Canal Zone Council, Girl Scouts of U.S.A., at
the residence of the Canal Zone Governor commemorating the birthday of Juliette Low, founder of Girl Scouts.
Mrs. Myrtle Gittens (seated, second from right in second row) of Rainbow City, Troop leader, of three Girl Scout
troops on the Atlantic side of the Isthmus, started the singing of Scout songs with just a small group of girls. U.S.A.
Girl Scouts joined in, then came more International Scouts and members of the Muchachas Guias (Girl Guides)
of Panama City, while the group grew and grew and song wafted up to the Governor's home where Mrs. H. R.
Parfitt, wife of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor, served in the receiving line as official hostess for Mrs.
Fleming.


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November 19, 1965


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


It's a "Glittering Canal",


. . We're Just Used to It


"Glittering Canal" is the descrip-
tion given the Panama Canal by
Gilbert Love, who writes for the
Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) Press.
Leonard M. Ruppel of Balboa,
who received the clipping of the
article from the States, brought it to
the SPILLWAY and remarked that
people who see the Canal every day
of their lives often have to see the
magnitude of the engineering marvel
through the eyes of visitors.


DeMolay Installation

Scheduled for Tonight
Duke Wilson will be installed as
Master Councilor of the Pacific
Chapter Order of DeMolay at an
open installation to be held at the
Scottish Rite Temple at 7:30 p.m.
tonight.
The Reverend Clarence Payne of
Balboa Union Church will conduct
the installation and David A. Speir,
Supervisor of Secondary Education,
will be the guest speaker.


Describing a Canal transit, the
writer said "The ship was running
slowly along a narrow, curving
waterway with high hills on both
sides. This was outlined, as far as
we could see in either direction, by
thousands of floodlights faced away
from it and illuminating the jungle
growth at the bases of the hills.
"With a red-and-green navigation
light here and there, the illuminated
water path looked like something
created for a World's Fair or a
Disneyland. We were told that the
floodlights were installed a few years
ago as an additional navigation aid
because traffic through the Canal has
become so heavy. But they have
created beauty that kept most of our
passengers on the dark top deck of
the ship for the rest of the evening.
"I found the entire Panama Canal
far more impressive than I had
expected-having thought of it as
something akin to the lock and dam
system on the Ohio River, only
bigger. The relationship is fairly
remote."


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Seven young ladies from the Instituto Justo Arosemena in Panama City receive some pointers on a month's work-
experience with the Panama Canal from Loron B. Burnham, Chief, Employee Utilization and Development Staff,
who set up the program. All are seniors about to be graduated in bilingual commercial studies from the private
high school. The students are, seated, Elisa Elena Modelo V., left, and Matilde S. Valdes; standing, left to right,
Sonia Grannum, Denis Yolanda Olmos, Yolanda Elycia Mendez A., Andrea E. Wynter, and Rose Mary Webb. The
girls began work November 8. Under their school regulations they receive no pay for their work with PanCanal,
but get school credit for their on-the-job experience.


Uses of Blood, Its Components Specialized

Blood and its components have HEAVY LOSSES MUST BE REPL
many uses in modem medicine. If
sufficient blood is lost from the body Blood is something we think about A central office,
by hemorrhage, accident, or surgical hardly at all-until it's needed. Then teers, will be abl
procedure it must be replaced. it can become a matter of life and Bank where to loc
death. A program to identify blood and in the case of
The body has a great capacity totypes is being developed in the Latin quick access to
compensate for blood loss, but when American communities of the Canal vital.
the loss is great enough, the heart is Zone, sponsored by the Latin Amer-
insufficiently filled, its output falls, ican Civic Councils in cooperation This is one of
blood pressure drops, and shock sets with the Gorgas Blood Bank. It will on the purpose o
in. Untreated, this may be fatal. put on file hundreds of blood types. chemistry, charact
Replacement or maintenance of
blood volume is but one of several be combated once it develops. There being can carry t
uses for blood, is no means of detecting serum, or knowing it.
With increasing frequency, sepa- viral hepatitis, and there is no Used under pre:
rate components of blood are being specific treatment for it. In general, sible physicians
given in preference to "whole" blood. pre-transfusion screening techniques skilled blood bank
For example, patients with anemia are good, but apparently any human is invaluable and
who have normal blood volume with
low hemoglobin need to be given
only the red cells without plasma.
If the patient has lost only plasma, (Schedule subject to change without notice)
as in severe burns, he will receive SUNDAY 7:30-Palm Bowll
(Special)
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YOUR HEALTH

On the Isthmus

By Donald Robinson I

Air Conditioning and You


Perhaps you remember that several
months ago we talked about "accli-
matization" to heat.
We don't suffer heat exhaustion
or stroke in the tropics because of
acclimatization: a remarkable phy-
siologic set of changes that takes
place within us. Put us in a con-
sistently high "effective" tempera-
ture and leave us there and within
10 days our blood has "thinned," our
sweat has "changed" and our body
temperature remains more stable if
we work.
Acclimatization, incidentally, shows
up almost exclusively during work.
One need not acclimatize to a siesta!
So I got to thinking. I use the
first person pronoun specifically,
now, months later, because-ask
about, read, research-I have yet to
find anyone else who asked the
specific question I did.
Does air conditioning upset accli-
matization?
If we spend 8-20 hours in an air
conditioned office and house, are we
more subject to heat injury during
the 4-8 hours we move around out-
side? More subject to injury, that is,
than if we spent 24 hours a day in
non air conditioned environment.
My original postulations, hypothetic
thinking, was "probably." Why not?
I even fancied a "differential" for
working in air conditioned offices.
I envisioned the cheers of the masses
when I announced this. And also my
long cold search in the arctic for
a new job.
So my search began.
I found acclimatization to cold,
virtually unknown 15 years ago, sky-
rocketing in popularity. I found one
can be cold and not shiver. I dis-
covered all sorts of new fangled ways
to measure heat, to discover chemical
changes in the tiny cells of the body
because of heat.
But nowhere did I discover spe-
cifically the effect of air condition-
ing. Where one moves from a hot to
a cold climate; or where experimen-
tally one is put in either temperature
extreme; changes were well docu-
mented. But where one climate
existed outside and one inside and
the individual dove back and forth
between them: what?
Ultimately I did discover a report
of a U.S. Army study done in
1962-63.


First, 4 teams of men spent 6 days
training at a specific task: walking
3-5 miles an hour on a treadmill.
Then they were all placed in an arti-
ficial, hot climate. The effective
temperature of the artificial climate
was above ours here at the ninth
parallel.
All the body functions were meas-
ured, particularly the temperature
which rises in non-acclimatized per-
sons who do hard work.
Some of the subjects walked one
period of 50 minutes, some one
period of 100 minutes, some two
periods of 50, or 100 minutes, per
day. The test lasted 9 days.
The men who walked 100 minutes
once or twice a day acclimatized
markedly better than the men walk-
ing 50-minute intervals. But all
moved physiologically toward accli-
matization.
But then the part which suggested
an answer to my question about air
conditioning. The subjects were
taken out of the hot climate for
periods of 3, 5, and 8 days.
On returning to the hot climate,
everyone on the first day of the re-
exposure demonstrated acclimatiza-
tion equal to that which he had
achieved before he left the hot
environment.
So we can conclude that once one
is acclimatized, 3-8 days in a cool
climate will not destroy his acclima-
tization.
I must admit this has not answered
specifically whether or not 16 hours
in cool and 8 hours in hot each day
or any other combination of hot and
cool each day causes specifically the
same response in our bodies.
Inferring from the data I see one
possible area which might call for
caution. Our ladies, who either type
in an office or do housework in air
conditioned offices or homes, and
then relax in air conditioned homes;
theirs or someone else's; they might
feel heat stress during those several
hours they ventured forth to shop or,
or . what would ladies venture
forth to?

In a Dominican Republic town
called Seibo there is a Catholic
Church whose walls are covered with
Arabic tiles. Each one bears the in-
scription: "There is but one Cod,
and Mohamet is his prophet."


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


November 19, 1965


Pinpointing the position of the Atlantis II is a must for the scientists aboard
Here Robert G. Munns, chief photographer and physical oceanographer
checks a complicated machine which may help obtain more accurate
navigation data.


Panama Tenor

To Give Concert

Virgilio M6ndez MWrida, talented
Panamanian tenor, who is also a
professor of Spanish and Latin at the
Panama National Institute, will give
a concert at the JWB Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa Monday,
November 22 at 8 p.m. He will be
accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Abbie Linares.
Servicemen, their families, and
the general public are cordially
invited to attend.


Atlantis II
(Continued from p. 1)

Captain Hiller said that whereve
the vessel went, it was an object o
interest. In Japan, more than 50(
visitors came aboard.
One of the exhibits pointed tc
with pride is a plaque given th.
vessel by the U.S. Navy in recogni
tion of Atlantis II's work in assisting
in the search for the ill-fated sub
marine Thresher. As the only scien
tific ship in the vicinity at the time
the Atlantis II did hydrographi
work, took positions and photo
graphs.
The second ship operated by th(
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institu


Soroptimists

Will Convene

In San Jose
Soroptimist members from the
Canal Zone, Panama City, Colon,
David, and San Jose, Costa Rica, will
meet in San Jose November 26
through 28 for the fall regional con-
ference of the Soroptimist Federa-
tion of the Americas, Inc. Mrs. Ruth
Morris of Gatun is Regional Vice
Governor.
Some observers are expected from
Managua, Nicaragua, at the sessions
that will open Friday night at the
Royal Dutch Hotel, San Jose.
The themes of the conference will
be "Are We Widening Our World?"
"Are We Reading, Thinking, Dis-
Scussing Issues Beyond Our Imme-
diate Horizons?" and "How Can
Soroptimism Better Serve Central
America?"
Mrs. Otilia Tejeira of Panama
City, a member of the executive
council of UNESCO, and Panama's
permanent UNESCO representative,
will be one of the conference
Speakers.
e Papers will be presented, during
the conference sessions, on outstand-
ing women of Costa Rica and a sta-
tistical report on the women of
Panama.
The conference program is in
f preparation for International Friend-
0 ship Day, December, 10, which is
also Human Rights Day and is to be
observed by Soroptimists all over
the world.


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tion to bear this name, the Atlantis II
was designed, built, and outfitted for
the utmost-in efficient oceanographic
service with the mission of increasing
man's knowledge of the oceans of
the world. The Atlantis I, a sailing
ship, visited the Panama Canal in
1958. Now in Boston, it is still in
service.


Civic Council Elections Results (Continued from 1)


Roe, Jr.; Treasurer, C. R. Vosburgh;
Secretary, Mrs. Eleanor Buehler.
Santa Cruz Civic Council
President, Julian Hoyte; Vice
President, Mrs. Violet Rhaburn; Sec-
retary, Ralph (Chico) Thorne; Treas-
urer, Louis G. Small.
Representative to Governor's Con-
ference: Kenneth Haughton.
Representative to Latin American
Congress: Theophilus Peterkin.
Alternate: Rexford Inniss.
Councilmen, 2 years: Julian Hoyte,
Kenneth Haughton, Ralph Thorne,
Rexford Inniss, Gordon Small,
Richard T. Burns.
Councilmen, 1 year: Christopher
Cox, Mrs. Gladys H. McKenzie,
Hubert Dover, Elwyn Conliffe, Mrs.
Edith Dyar, Arnold Hamilton.
Holdovers: Louis G. Small,
Joseph N. French, Adolpho Ruiz,
Mrs. Violet Rhaburn, Mrs. E. Inniss,
Theophilus Peterkin.
Pedro Miguel Civic Council
Councilmen elected for new 2-year
terms are: Ellis L. Fawcett, Seabert
Haynes, Chris E. Haywood, Aston
M. Parchment, Egbert M. Best, Gold-
burn Maynard, Philmore Alexis, Ivan
E. Haywood, Arthur W. Davis,
Alfred E. Bowen, Darnley Smith.
Alternates: Cleveland E. Roberts,
Mrs. Ruby Wilson, George Thor-
bourne, Wilfred Adams, Mrs. Lucy
Lawrence, Arthur S. Davis, Jr., Mrs.
Rebecca Nurse.
Officers elected: Seabert Haynes,
President; Chris E. Haywood, Vice
President; Aston M. Parchment,
Representative to Governor's Con-
ference; Ivan E. Haywood, Sec-
retary-Treasurer; Fitz H. Grant,
Corresponding Secretary; Egbert M.
Best, Alternate to Governor's Con-
ference.


Holdovers for 1 year: Evelyn A.
Hinds, William Woodcock, Mrs.
Gloria Llewelyn, Basil James, Basil
Trotman, Fitz H. Grant, Claude L.
Burgess, Webster F. Marshall, Clif-
ford E. Bovell, Mrs. Albertha Gar-
nett, and Earl S. Walrond.
Paraiso Civic Council
Precinct 1:
H. R. Williams and Mrs. I. Mc-
Kenzie.
Alternates: Mrs. E. Brown and
A. Bedolla.
Holdovers: Eric S. Oakley, Mrs.
E. Clark, and H. L. Clark.
Precinct 2:
Samuel H. Blenman, Newton
Skeet, and Arnold W. Marshall.
Alternates: Sebastian Navarro,
and Ruben Eversley.
Holdovers: G. Mayers and Edgar
Ogarra.
Precinct 3:
E. Franklin and Alvin Caton.
Holdovers: H. C. Callender,
Franklyn Spencer, and C. Scotland.
Precinct 4:
Clifton H. Lopez and Toribio
Martin.
Alternates Victor Iglesias, and
Guillermo H. Dixon, Sr.
Holdovers: Eduardo King, H. H.
Lavalas, and George V. Richards.
Precinct 5:
Alfonso Alexis and Ernest Wil-
liams.
Alternates: Elisha Bennett and
D. Martin.
Holdovers: Mrs. Mildred White,
Mrs. Doris Greene, and Byron
Brooks.
Rainbow City Civic Council
Rainbow City-Rainbow City
Heights District:
Delegates: Saturnin G. Maug6,


Holden L. Cockburn, Richard L.
Chilcott, Alberto H. Dogue, H6ctor
M. DeSousa, Robert R. Urquhart,
Percival A. Samuels.
Alternates: Hector Ching, John
R. Lewis, Frank A. Saunders, Ervin
D. Hicks.
Holdovers: Maybel Anderson,
Rupert S. Beckford, Pearl Chilcott,
Joseph V. Henlon, George V. Lewis,
David S. Facey, Moses N. Raymond.
Camp Coiner-Mount Hope District:
Delegates: Mrs. Rose E. Mignott,
Rupert A. Sobers, Cedric Gittens, Jr.,
Roy E. Sobers, Mrs. Ruth A. Hudson.
Alternates: Roy Thompson, C. C.
Lucas, Wilbert T. Dryden.
Holdovers: Michael H. Barnett,
Wilfred E. Barrow, Leroy C. Cock-
burn, Levina R. Greene, Velta Lowe,
Roy A. Watson.
Camp Bierd District:
Delegates: Victor H. Archbold,
Clement S. McFarlane.
Alternates: Fausto Andrade and
Richard Holness.
Holdovers: Walter E. Clarke,
Philip A. Henry, Cecil A. Springer,
Alvin McFarlane.
Chagres-Mindi District:
No balloting this year.
Holdover members representing
this district are: Aguedo Ramos and
Ben Alvarez.
Immediately after the count of
votes, the elected Councilmen met
and elected the following officers
for 1966:
President, Rupert S. Beckford;
Vice President: Walter E. Clarke;
Corresponding Secretary, Alberto H.
Dogue; Recording Secretary, Victor
H. Archbold; Treasurer, David S.
Facey (unanimously re-elected).
Representative to Governor's Con-
ference: Roy Watson.


Jane and Dan Bridgeford, above, have the lead roles of Henry Aldrich and
Barbara Pearson in the three-act comedy "What A Life" being presented by
the Cristobal High School Thespian Troupe and Dramatics Club tonight
(November 19) at the school auditorium. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Admission
will be $1 for adults, 50 cents for children, and high school S.A. members
will be admitted free. The public is welcome. Tickets may be obtained at
the high school or from members of the cast. Tickets also will be on sale
at the door.


Swimmers Prep

For Nov. 26 Meet
Workouts are being held Mondays,
Wednesday, and Fridays from 4 to
5 p.m. at the Balboa Swimming Pool
in preparation for the Thanksgiving
School Vacation Swim Meet Friday,
November 26, sponsored by the
Canal Zone Division of Schools.
The meet will start at 10 a.m.
A well-diversified list of events is
scheduled, and several exciting races
are anticipated.
This will be a Canal Zone-wide
meet, and Atlantic and Pacific sides
of the Isthmus are to be represented.


Coming Events
NOVEMBER
19-Dec. 4-"Call Me Madam," Theatre
Guild presentation at Ancon Play-
house. Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.,
November 21 and 28. Evening per-
formances, Tuesdays through Satur-
days, 8 p.m.
22-National Musicians Day, Republic of
Panama.
24-United Fund Palm Bowl Football
Game-Canal Zone Interscholastic
Champions vs. Canal Zone All-Star
Team at Balboa Stadium, 7:30
p.m.
Gala Premiere of the movie picture
"In Harm's Way" in honor of the
President of the Republic of Pan-
ama and Mrs. Marco A. Robles,
to benefit Boys Town Project. Movie
star John Wayne will attend the
premiere at the Lux Theater. Open-
ing time is 8:30 p.m. For ticket
reservations call Panama 2-4558 or
2-4552.
25-Thanksgiving Holiday (legal holiday).
26-Thanksgiving holiday swim meet at
Balboa Swimming Pool. Starting
time: 10 a.m.



Last 3 Nights

Coming Up for

Auto, Boat Show
If you haven't seen the Auto and
Boat Show, tonight, tomorrow and
Sunday will be your last chances to
do so. The show will be open from
7 to 10 p.m. tonight, and from 1 to
10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
During the past week, several
thousand residents of Panama and
the Canal Zone have visited the show
and have been enthusiastic in ex-
pressing their pleasure at this unique
opportunity of seeing new models of
cars and boats in one area. Free
prizes are given away at the show,
and free entertainment is featured
each evening at 8 p.m.
Boat rides in the harbor and under
the big bridge are proving to be a
popular feature of the show for both
adults and children.


CZC Theatre

To Present

The Crucible
The Canal Zone College Theatre
will present Arthur Miller's play The
Crucible December 1 through De-
cember 5 in the Canal Zone College
Auditorium. Curtain time will be
8 p.m.
The play, by the author of Death
of A Salesman and All My Sons,
found genuine success on Broadway.
The exciting drama concerns the
Puritan purge of witchcraft in Old
Salem, Mass., and proves to be a
combination of historical play and
timely parable about certain imme-
diate parallel issues in our contem-
porary society.
Members of the cast include
Miriam Bateman, Jon Holmer, Claris
Arthur, Vicki Lawrence, Linda Fus-
sell, Dorothy Trone, Harry Butz, Jr.,
Barbara Lewter, Lee Carneal, Peter
Cannon, Pamela Grodin, John Carl-
son, John Rizzo, Zandra Zimmerman,
Bertram Rigby, Mike Baranick,
Arestides Perez, Bill White, Frank
Fields, and Clarita Thayer. Director
of the production is David Lommen.



Students of BHS

Staging Boy-Girl

Situation Comedy

Balboa High School students who
enjoy the magic of footlights and the
smell of grease paint are presenting
the initial offering of the school year
this weekend at Balboa High School
Auditorium. Their production is a
boy-girl situation comedy, The Stuck
Pot, by Roger Garis, which opened
last night and will play again tonight
and tomorrow night. Curtain time
is 8 p.m.
Members of the cast are Meridith
Markun, Helen Hays, Arnold Tal-
bott, Malena Bremer, Andrea Gara-
vanta, Carol Wigg, Bonnie Lavender,
John Barb, Mary Rose Reilly, Yvonne
Padilla, Valerie de Piper, Patricia
Prince, Judy Walton, Mary Hanks,
Doris Marchuk, Holly Green, Jerry
Gamez, John Reynolds, Stanley
Wright, John Sprinkle, Lenard Allen,
and Harvey James. The play is
directed by George Rousseau.
Tickets are available at the box
office: 75 cents for adults, and 25
cents for children.


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Spillway


Vol. IV, No. 22 50 Ahos de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 19 de Noviembre de 1965


Fueron Elegidos Concejales


Para el Anro '66 en la Zona


A continuaci6n los candidate's que
resultaron elegidos miembros de los
Consejos Civicos durante las eleccio-
nes del 9 y 10 de noviembre. Inclui-
mos los resultados recibidos de
ambos lados del Istmo hasta el mo-
mento en que el SPILLWAY cerr6
plans.
El Consejo de Crist6bal-Margari-
ta-Brazos Heights no ha celebrado
elecciones todavia.
Consejo Civico de Santa Cruz
President, Julian Hoyte; Vicepresiden-
te, Sra. Violet Rhaburn; Secretario, Ralph
(Chico) Thorne; Tesorero, Louis G. Small.
Representante a la Conferencia del Go-
bernador: Kenneth Haughton.
Representante al Congreso Latinoame-
ricano: Theophilous Peterkin.
Suplente: Rexford Inniss.
Concejales, 2 afios: JuliAn Hoyte, Ken-
neth Haughton, Ralph Thorne, Rexford
Inniss, Gordon Small, Richard T. Burns.
Concejales, 1 afio: Christopher Cox, Sra.
Gladys H. McKenzie, Hubert Dover, Elwyn
Conliffe, Sra. Edith Dyar, Arnold Hamil-
ton.
Concejales retenidos: Louis G. Small,
Joseph N. French, Adolpho Ruiz, Sra.
Violet Rhaburn, Sra. E. Inniss, Theophilous
Peterkin.
Consejo Civico de Paraiso
Distrito 1:
H. R. Williams y Sra. I. McKenzie.
Suplentes: Sra. E. Brown y A. Bedolla.
Retenidos: Eric S. Oakley, Sra E. Clark
y H. L. Clark.
Distrito 2:
Samuel H. Blenman, Newton Skeet y
Arnold W. Marshall.
Suplentes: Sebastian Navarro y Rub6n
Eversley.
Retenidos: G. Mayers y Edgar Ogarra.
Distrito 3:
E. Franklin y Alvin Caton.
Retenidos: H. C. Callender, Franklyn
Spencer y C. Scotland.
Distrito 4:
Clifton H. L6pez y Toribio Martin.
Suplentes: Guillermo H. Dixon, Sr. y
Victor Iglesias.
Retenidos: Eduardo King, H. H. Lavalas
y George V. Richards.
Distrito 5:
Alfonso Alexis y Ernest Williams.
Suplentes: Elisha Bennett y D. Martin.
Retenidos: Sra. Mildred White, Sra.
Doris Greene y Byron Brooks.
Consejo Civico de Pedro Miguel
Directiva elegida por el t6rmino de
1 afio: Presidente, Seabert Haynes; Vice-
presidente, Chris E. Haywood; Secretario-
Tesorero, Ivan E. Haywood; Secretario de


Correspondencia, Fitz H. Grant.
Representante a la Conferencia del Go-
bernador: Aston M. Parchment.
Suplente para la Conferencia del Go-
bernador: Egbert M. Best.
Concejales, 2 afios: Ellis L. Fawcett,
Seabert Haynes, Chris E. Haywood, Aston
Parchment, Egbert M. Best, Goldburn
Maynard, Philmore Alexis, Ivan E. Hay-
wood, Arthur W. Davis, Alfred E. Bowen,
Darnley Smith.
Suplentes: Cleveland E. Roberts, Sra.
Ruby Wilson, George Thorbourne, Wilfred
Adams, Sra. Lucy Lawrence, Arthur S.
Davis, Jr., Sra. Rebecca Nurse.
Retenidos por 1 afio mis: Evelyn A.
Hinds, William Woodcock, Sra. Gloria
Llewelyn, Basil James, Basil Trotman, Fitz
H. Grant, Claude L. Burgess, Webster F.
Marshall, Clifford E. Bovell, Sra. Albertha
Garnett, Earl S. Walrond.
Consejo Civico de Rainbow City
Distrito de Rainbow City-Rainbow
City Heights:
Delegados: Saturnin G. Maug6, Holden
L. Cockburn, Richard L. Chilcott, Alberto
H. Dogue, H6ctor M. De Sousa, Robert
R. Urquhart, Percival A. Samuels.
Suplentes: H6ctor Ching, John R. Lewis,
Frank A. Saunders, Ervin D. Hicks.
Retenidos: Maybel Anderson, Rupert S.
Beckford, Pearl Chilcott, Joseph V. Henlon,
George V. Lewis, David S. Facey, Moses
N. Raymond.
Distrito de Camp Coiner-Mount Hope:
Delegados: Sra. Rose E. Mignott, Rupert
A. Sobers, Cedric Gittens, Jr., Roy E.
Sobers, Sra. Ruth A. Hudson.
Suplentes: Roy Thompson, C. C. Lucas,
Wilbert T. Dryden.
Retenidos: Michael H. Barnett, Wilfred
E. Barrow, Leroy C. Cockburn, Levina R.
Greene, Velta Lowe, Roy A. Watson.
Distrito de Camp Bierd:
Delegados: Victor H. Archbold, Clement
S. McFarlane.
Suplentes: Fausto Andrade, Richard
Holness.
Retenidos: Walter E. Clarke, Philip A.
Henry, Cecil A. Springer, Alvin McFarlane.
Distrito de Chagres-Mindi:
No hubo elecciones este afio.
Miembros retenidos que representan este
distrito: Aguedo Ramos y Ben Alvarez.
Inmediatamente despu6s de los escruti-
nios, los concejales electos se reunieron y
eligieron la siguiente directive para 1966:
President, Rupert S. Beckford; Vice-
presidente, Walter E. Clarke; Secretario de
Correspondencia, Alberto H. Dogue; Secre-
tario de Actas, Victor H. Archbold; Teso-
rero, David S. Facey (reelecto por unani-
midad).
Representante a la Conferencia del Go-
bernador: Roy Watson.
(Continta en la pdgina 4)


Siete j6venes estudiantes del Instituto Justo Arosemena, de la ciudad de Panama, reciben varias indicaciones
sobre el mes de practice de trabajo que tendrAn con el Canal de PanamA, de parte del Sr. Loron B. Burnham,
Jefe del Personal Encargado de la Utilizaci6n y Capacitaci6n de Empleados, quien organize el program. Todas .
las j6venes son graduandas de cursos comerciales bilingues de esa escuela secundaria privada. En la fotografia,
sentadas, Elisa Elena Modelo V., a la izquierda y Matilde S. Vald6s; de pie, de izquierda a derecha: Sonia
Grannum, Denis Yolanda Olmos, Yolanda Elycia M6ndez A., Andrea E. Wynter y Rose Mary Webb. Las j6venes
estudiantes empezaron a trabajar el 8 de noviembre. De acuerdo con los reglamentos de su colegio, no reciben
salario por su trabajo con el Canal de Panama, pero reciben criditos por la experiencia que estan obteniendo
con su present empleo.


El Atlantis II Cruz6 el Canal de


Panama en la Ultima Etapa de


Su Viaje Alrededor del Mundo


El Atlantis II, uno de los laborato-
rios submarines mas completes y ver-
sAtiles, cruz6 el Canal la semana
pasada en la fltima etapa de su viaje
de 50.000 millas que lo ha llevado
alrededor del mundo.
Cargado de especimenes de la vida
marina, el barco de investigaciones
cientificas de $4 millones, es operado
por sus duefios, la Woods Hole


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PACIFIC DISTRICT

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Los primeros tres graduados del Programa de Aprendizaje, comenzado hace un afio, recibieron sus Certificados
de Terminaci6n de Curso, en una ceremonia celebrada recientemente en la Oficina del Ingeniero Distritorial de
Mantenimiento. Este program, implantado para mejorar la calidad de los ayudantes en los diferentes trabajos de
artesania, ha incorporado 48 panamefios a la organizaci6n del Canal, 12 de los cuales estin de aprendices.
Durante la ceremonia, estaban de izquierda a derecha: el Coordinador del Programa, John M. McTaggart, James
E. White, graduado de Ayudante de Pintor; Mario Wendorf, graduado de Ayudante de MecAnico de Refrigeraci6n
y Acondicionamiento de Aire; George H. Simmons, graduado de Ayudante de Pintor; el Director de Personal del
Canal de PanamA, Edward A. Doolan; en la fila de atrAs, el Ingeniero de Mantenimiento, Howard W. Osborn,
a la izquierda, y el Ingeniero Distritorial, Robert Laatz.


Oceanographic Institution, y regre-
saba a su puerto en Massachusetts,
luego de haber tornado parte en la
Expedici6n Internacional al Oc6ano
Indico y en las Investigaciones Co-
operativas de la Corriente Kuroshic
(una corriente similar a la del Golfo
en el AtlAntico), en cooperaci6n con
ocean6grafos japoneses. Es la pri-
mera vez que un barco de la insti-
tuci6n le da la vuelta al globo y
la primera vez que el Atlantis II
transitaba el Canal.
Cuando lleg6 a Balboa, habia
ocho cientificos a bordo, bajo la di-
recci6n de Arthur R. Miller, Cienti-
fico Jefe, con 31 miembros de la
tripulaci6n. La mayor parte de los
cientificos regresan a Woods Hole a
bordo de la nave. Esperan llegar a
casa antes del Dia de Acci6n de
Gracias.
El CapitAn Emerson H. Hiller,
comandante de este laboratorio flo-
tante y con aire acondicionado, estA
sumamente interesado en la labor de
los cientificos, pero hizo notar que
61 es marino nada mAs.
AdemAs de varies laboratories mo-
dernos completes, el barco tiene
varies acuarios de temperature con-
trolada, que permiten conservar
vivas raras species de vida marina.
Una camara de observaci6n, en for-
ma de bulbo, colocada a proa, cuenta
con seis ventanales que permiten a
los cientificos observer peces y
demAs animals marines mientras la
nave se encuentra navegando.
Algo que se guard con orgullo a
bordo es una placa otorgada al barco
por la Armada de Estados Unidos,
en reconocimiento de los servicios
que el Atlantis II prest6 en ]a b6s-
queda del desdichado submarine
Thresher. En ese entonces era el
inico barco cientifico que estaba en
las cercanias y le toc6 hacer trabajo
hidrografico; marc6 ademas las posi-
ciones y tom6 fotografias.
El Atlantis II, la nave n6mero dos
operada por la Instituci6n Oceano-
grafica Woods Hole con este nombre,
fue disefiado, construido y equipado
para prestar el mas eficiente servicio
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)


Nuevo Formulario


Es Necesario Para


Sacar Placas "Z"

Para reprimir la expedici6n de
places de autom6viles "Z" sin auto-
rizaci6n, a personas residents en la
Republica de Panama, a partir de
este afio se estA exigiendo el uso de
un nuevo formulario, llamado "Soli-
citud para Placa Z de la Repsblica
de PanamA".
De acuerdo con arreglos efectua-
dos entire las autoridades de PanamA
y de la Zona del Canal, estos formu-
larios serAn certificados por las Ofi-
cinas de Aduana de Balboa y Cris-
t6bal, en la Zona del Canal, antes de
poder ser llevados ante las autorida-
des municipales de PanamA, para
conseguir las places.
Dichas solicitudes pueden conse-
guirse desde ahora en las Oficinas de
Aduana de la Zona del Canal, en
ambos lados del Istmo.



Peligro Para Lanchas

Y Esquiadores Debido

A Troncos a la Deriva

El alto nivel de agua de los
lagos Gatin y Madden ha puesto
a la deriva grandes troncos y
escombros que constituyen gran
peligro para los que andan en
botes y los esquiadores acuAticos.
Hasta pr6ximo aviso, se notifica
a todos los que manejan lanchas
en los lagos Gatuin y Madden que
est6n bien alertas todo el tiempo,
y que vayan especialmente a baja
velocidad y con much cuidado
despu6s de anochecer.
Se les recuerda que:
1. No se permit esquiar en
la ruta del Canal;
2. No se permit esquiar
desde el anochecer has-
ta el amanecer;
3. Ademas del operario, se
require un observador
cuando una lancha estA
remolcando a un es-
quiador.


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MIX









Noviembre 19, 1965


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

NOVIEMBRE

25-Dia de Acci6n de Gracias.
28-Aniversario de la Independencia de PanamA de Espaiia.
28-Fiesta del Caf6 en Boquete.
28-Aniversario de la fundaci6n del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Panama.
30-Fiestas Patronales de San Andr6s Ap6stol en Las Guabas y El Rinc6n.


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 Aireo
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-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
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 Roblin
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
l: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- LaNueva 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-Crisis
9:00- El Show de Antonio Prieto
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Teleteatro


La Hoechst Chemical Co., de Ale-
mania Occidental, proyecta construir
en Chile tres fdbricas productoras de
fibras sinteticas.


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-Repris6: Novela Semanal
2:19-Reprise: 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 Franc6s
12:20-Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45-Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30- Diilogo (Universidad Santa
Maria la Antigua)
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- Hombre de Mundo
MARTES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50- Los Perseguidores
12:20-Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45-Ritmo y Alegria
1:15- Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
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
11:00- El Agente Sentimental
MIERCOLES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50-La Ley del Rev61ver
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
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
6155-InstantAneas 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- Mike dHammer
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
1:45-Pelicula
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- Patrulla Fantasma
VIERNES
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50- lRev6lver a la Orden
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45--Ritmo y Alegria
1:15- Novela Semanal
1:45-Pelicula
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 de Van Dyke
8:00- Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-EI Santo
10:30-Noticias
11:00- Voces del Pueblo
SABADO
10:30- Club Infantil Televito
11:50- La Comedia Silente
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- De Inter6s Para Usted
1:00-Reprise: Novela de las 5
3:19-Pelicula
5:00- Festival de Cartones
5:30I- 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 Pctici6n Suya
8:30-Yo Fui Criminal
9:30- Los Intocables
10:30- Noticias
11:00-Pelicula


_____En Su Pantalla_____


PARAISO

Viernes 19- I NO SHOW


SAbado 20 __.

Domingo 21

Lunes 22 ___

Martes 23 -__

Mi6rcoles 24

Jueves 25 -..

Viemes 26___


Viking Women And The Sea Serpent
and It Conquered The World
Kissing Cousins

Kissing Cousins

NO SHOW
The Road Racers and
Maravillas del Circo
Of Human Bondage

NO SHOW


SANTA CRUZ
Viking Women And The Sea Serpent
and It Conquered The World
NO SHOW

The Spy With My Face
The Road Racers and
Maravillas del Circo
Of Human Bondage

Curse Of The Demon

NO SHOW

Master Of The World


RAINBOW CITY
10 p.m.
13 Ghosts
Raiders Of Leyte Gulf and
The Unearthly Stranger
36 Hours

36 Hours

Tamanhine

NO SHOW
The Little Hut and
The Magnificent Yankee
10 p.m.
The Prisoner


Gente en la Noticia


o0o


Eustace G. Collins, es capataz de
pasacables en la Esclusa de Pedro
Miguel. Cuando lo sorprendimos, es-
taba dAndole una lecci6n sobre man-
tenimiento de sogas a los muchachos
que trabajan bajo sus 6rdenes y,
como pueden notar, es asiduo lector
del SPILLWAY del Canal de PanamA.
Desde 1938 ha prestado sus servi-
cios ininterrumpidamente a la orga-
y nizaci6n del Canal y ha desempefia-
A i.[ ado distintos oficios hasta llegar al de
responsabilidad que detenta en la
?111 W actualidad. Naci6 en Panama, en
pleno coraz6n del Barrio de Calido-
nia, hace 45 afios, estudi6 en la Es-
cuela de La Boca, donde curs6 hasta
octavo grado y hace 15 afios contrajo
matrimonio con la Sra. Irleane F.
Collins. De su uni6n han nacido
hasta ahora cuatro retofios, dos hom-
-. bres y dos mujeres, que son: Marta,
de 12 afios; Ivette, de 8; Eustacio,
de 4; y Luis, que apenas tiene 6
meses. Hablamos de su trabajo y nos
dice que estA calificado ademas,
como Ayudante de Buzos, graduado
en la Escuela de Gatun. Notamos
S que se preocupa miucho por los hom-
bres que estAn bajo su responsabili-
dad, que todos ellos se Ilevan muy
bien con 61 y que es un gran fumador
de cigarros.


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SPILLWAY
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. PARrrTT
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debc 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-
vendo envio por correo) S2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.


McDonald Thomas, es pintor y estA a cargo del taller de Pintura de la
Esclusa de Pedro Miguel. Tiene 24 afios de servicio con la organizaci6n
del Canal de Panama. Naci6 en el Hospital Santo Tombs en 1923. "Me
dicen los viejos", nos cuenta, "que yo naci en el viejo hospital de madera,
que estaba donde ahora se encuentra la Plaza del Cuartel de Bomberos de
Panama, pero como se pueden suponer, eso a mi no me consta". Sus studios
primarios y secundarios los curs6 en las poblaciones zoneitas de Paraiso y
Red Tank. Contrajo matrimonio hace 22 aiios con la Sra. Ruth Thomas y
la familiar ha crecido tanto, que segun sus propias palabras, ya cuenta con
un equipo complete de beisbol. La hija mayor, Dorna, de 21 aios, reside
en Nueva Jersey, Estados Unidos; el menor, Glenn, de 6 afios, pronto se
graduarA de kindergarten. Devoto cumplidor de sus deberes religiosos, asiste
regularmente a la Iglesia de San Jos6, en Paraiso, y es miembro apreciado
de la comunidad de Pedro Miguel, donde reside. Mientras sigue con sus
ocupaciones habituales, nos habla de sus deportes favorites, el boxeo y el
beisbol; que goza much con los juegos de las Grandes Ligas y con el
beisbol professional de Panama. Pero, "mi afici6n principal, y mi mejor
pasatiempo, consiste en pintar autom6viles".


El Banco de Exportaci6n e Im- El Ecuador ha firmado un contrato
portaci6n del Jap6n ha hecho un por $7.500.000 con la empresa ita-
prestamo al Brasil por 8.952 millones liana Monolitica di Gaetano Barrells,
de yens ($24.900.000), para ayudarle para la construcci6n de carreteras y
a ensanchar la Siderurgica Usiminas. edificios piblicos.


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Noviembre 19, 1965


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Resistencia a la Seguridad

Aun cuando es socialmente deseable estar "contra el pecado" hay
muchos pecadores. De la misma forma, los trabajadores tienen la
tendencia a considerar la seguridad como "deseable", pero no siempre
aplicable a ellos mismos. El "no puede sucederme a mi", aun cuando
se expresa muy raramente a menudo se piensa, como si uno tuviera
un Angel guardiAn o su habilidad es tan superior que puede evitar
cualquier riesgo potential. Se dice a menudo que los ex pecadores
son los mejores predicadores y a menudo los individuos mis activos
en la prevenci6n de accidents son los que han sido victims del
descuido.
El resistir las reglas de seguridad no significa necesariamente una
actitud agresiva o de desafio. El observarlas limita la libertad de
acci6n y toda restricci6n aparentemente implica un insulto a la
individualidad. Generalmente a cada uno le agrada tomar sus propias
decisions, como asimismo tener la sensaci6n de que sabe que es lo
mas seguro para si mismo.
Las acciones individuals se encuentran restringidas de muchas
maneras: "no fumar", tarjetas de tiempo, requerimientos de produc-
ci6n y demands de la sociedad. La no observancia de las reglas de
seguridad no significa necesariamente rebeli6n contra la autoridad,
sino rebeli6n contra la implicaci6n de que uno no es capaz de juzgar
adecuadamente.
Otra raz6n por la cual los trabajadores resisten o rechazan las
reglas de seguridad es el hecho de que ellas estin relacionadas
con algo que generalmente no produce satisfacci6n inmediata: el
trabajo. Por otra parte, los resultados positives de esta observancia
generalmente no se ven. Se pueden ver los efectos de no observarlas,
pero no los beneficios de hacerlo. El temor a una herida, a menudo
no es tan grande como la anticipaci6n de una recompensa.
gPara qu6 sufrir la incomodidad del equipo de seguridad personal
sin tenet una recompensa inmediata? se dice a menudo. Y despu6s
de todo, 8qu6 se gana con usarlo si con ser cuidadoso es suficiente?
El otro factor que produce una reacci6n negative en los trabaja-
dores es el echo de que los jefes no den el ejemplo. El hecho de
que alg6n superior no use el equipo de protecci6n adecuado donde
sea requerido, Ileva al trabajador a career que 61 tambi6n puede
hacerlo, sin detenerse a pensar de que si aqu6l se esti arriesgando,
61 no tiene por qu6 arriesgarse.
Pese a todas las reflexiones anteriores el trabajador no resisted la
seguridad como tal, de alli la importancia de hacerle entender la
raz6n de ser de 6sta, a fin de que se imponga a la sensaci6n de que
uno no es capaz de juzgar por si mismo.




CALENDARIO DEL BALONCESTO
*Viernes, Nov. 19-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso (nifias y varones)___4:45 p.m.
Martes, Nov. 23-Santa Cruz vs. Paraiso (nifias)_ ____-_____4:30 p.m.
Mi6rcoles, Nov. 24-Paraiso vs. Santa Cruz (varones) -_____ __4:30 p.m.
*Viernes, Die. 3-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City (nifias y varones) ____5:00 p.m.
Escuela Secundaria. El 1iltimo equipo nombrado, es el local.


Cierre de Planas
Todo el material que se desee
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibido en la Oficina de Prensa
del Canal de Panama a mAs tar-
dar el lunes por la tarde de la
semana de publicaci6n. Solamen-
te el material urgente puede ser
recibido y procesado para usarlo
la misma semana, el martes al
mediodia. Envie el material al
PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY, Box
M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


La empresa norteamericana Union
Carbide Corp. proyecta construir una
fdbrica de pilas secas en Costa Rica,
a un costo de $1.500.000, para aten-
der la demand del Mercado Comin
Centroamericano.


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es una p6rdida de 6cido?"


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El quinteto femenino de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City espera lograr otro triunfo sobre el de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso, cuando vuelvan a medirse esta tarde en el Gimnasio de Paraiso. A la derecha esta la
Profesora Carlota Gooden de Phillips, entrenadora del conjunto.



ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS


CONTRALORIA
Secci6n de Planillas y Contabilidad
MecAnica
Isabel M. Diaz, Oficinista Encargada
de las Deducciones de Salario a
Subjefe Ayudante de las Deduc-
ciones de Salario.
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Division de Escuelas
Hamilton E. Atherly, Encargado de
Mantenimiento de Predios Depor-
tivos, a Operario de Piscina.
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA Y
CONSTRUCTION
Division de Electricidad
Donald E. McLean, Jefe Operario de
Planta Generadora, a Despachador
de Energia Elctrica.
Peter W. Foster, Reparador de Cen-
tral Telef6nica, a Capataz Repa-
rador de Central Telef6nica.
Rupert Jordan, Reparador de Instru-
mentos Telefonicos, a Capataz Re-
parador de Instrumentos Telef6-
nicos.
James A. Scantlebury, Aseador, a
Ayudante MecAnico Tornero
(Mantenimiento).
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Hospital de Coco Solo
Alton Kennedy M., Mozo de Oficios
(Hospital), a Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria (Medicina General y Cirugia).
Hospital Gorgas
Foy H. Frauenheim, Enfermera (Tu-
berculosis), a Jefe de Enfermeras
(Medicina General y Cirugia).
Virginia P. Kennedy, Enfermera (Me-
dicina General y Cirugia), a Jefe
de Enfermeras (Medicina General
y Cirugia).


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Con much Animo juegan las muchachas de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso en el torneo intercolegial de balon-
cesto de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal y esperan imponerse esta tarde al conjunto de
Rainbow City. Con las jugadoras estA la Profesora Zenaida de Jones, la entrenadora.


Hospital de Palo Seco
Frances L. Almquist, Enfermera,
Enfermera (Lepra).
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Division de Navegaci6n
Russel M. Lawrence, Ayudante Ar
queador, a Arqueador.
John E. Erickson, Primer Capataz d(
la Rada, a Capataz General de 1
Rada (Ayudante del Maestre de le
Rada).
Ralph D. Harris, T6cnico de Sierras
a Primer Capataz de la Rada.
Ricardo R. Lasso V., Marinero (Lan
cha Motora), a Operario de Lan
chas.
Walter L. Clarke, Pasabarcos a Ma
rinero (Lancha Motora).
Arturo Jimdnez, Albert A. Grant
David E. Stephenson, Pasabarco:
a Capataz Pasabarcos (Contra
maestre).
Division Industrial
Percival E. Dale, Aprendiz de Cal
derero (Tercer Afio), a Aprendiz
de Calderero (Cuarto Afio).
Rupert L. Neblett, Oficinista, Divi
si6n de Navegaci6n, a Oficinista
(Mecan6grafo).
Division de Mantenimiento
Fernando Martinez, Ingeniero Civil
(General), a Ingeniero de Mante-
nimiento.
William J. Carson, Capataz General
(Talleres de Mantenimiento), a
Jefe Capataz (Talleres de Mante-
nimiento).
Carl E. Hall, Primer Capataz, Cons-
trucci6n de Muelles P6blicos, a
Capataz General de Obras Publi-
cas.
Laurel L. Highley, Capataz Solda-
dor, a Primer Capataz (Instala-
ciones y Equipo).
Gerald J. Fox, Capataz MecAnico
Tornero (Mantenimiento), a Pri-
mer Capataz, Mecanico Tornero
(Mantenimiento).
Pedro Hurtado, Pasacables, Divisi6n
de Esclusas, a Ayudante Mecanico
de Refrigeraci6n y Acondiciona-
miento de Aire.
Clevlan A. Small, Oficinista Meca-
n6grafo, a Subjefe Oficinista de
Abastos.
DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Division de Abastos
Earl C. Orr, Subjefe Encargado del
Movimiento de Mercancias (Ali-
mentos en General), a Encargado
de Mercancias (Alimentos).
Vincent J. Huber, Subjefe Encarga-
do del Movimiento de Mercancias,
a Encargado de Mercancias (Mer-
caderia Seca).
Elwood G. Bissett, Subjefe Encar-
gado del Movimiento de Mercan-
cia (Articulos para el Hogar), a
Encargado de Mercancia (Articu-
los para el Hogar).
Mary E. Brown, Cajera, a Encarga-
da de Refresqueria.
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT Y
TERMINALES
Division de Transporte a Motor
Carlos A. Torres C., Victor M. Pal-
ma, Dependiente de Estaci6n de
Servicio (Gasolinera), a Repara-
dor de Equipo Automotriz.
Arturo D. Davis, Mozo de Oficio,
Servicio de Comidas, Divisi6n de
Abastos, a Dependiente de Esta-
ci6n de Servicio (Gasolinera).


Division de Terminales
a Gerald R. Fruth, Subjefe Encargado
de Distribuci6n, a Encargado de
Distribuci6n.
Robert L. Ridge, Despachador de
Combustibles Liquidos, a Primer
- Capataz, Operaciones de Sumi-
nistro de Combustibles.
e Fernandez T. Russell A., Obrero
a (Trabajos Pesados), a Ayudante de
a Despacho de Combustibles Li-
quidos (Muelles).
OTROS
- James Wood, Arqueador, Divisi6n
- de Navegaci6n.
James V. Higgins, Arqueador, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n.
Amos R. Swalm, Inspector de Cons-
trucciones, Divisi6n de Construc-
s ci6n.
- Jack E. VanHoose, Oficial Adminis-
trativo del Hospital, Hospital
Gorgas.
Audrey B. Bowman, Escrutador de
Comprobantes, Contaduria.
z Betty Porter, Oficinista Mecan6gra-
fa, Divisi6n de Esclusas.
- Magdrie R. Callender, Oficinista Me-
can6grafa, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Sislin L. Thomas, Ayudante Biblio-
tecaria, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Marcus A. Grannum, Aprendiz (Ayu-
dante Electricista-Planta de Ener-
S gia El6ctrica), Divisi6n de Elec-
tricidad.



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y respuestas
SOBRE LAS LEYES
Y REGLAMENTOS
DEL TRANSIT
dPuedo doblar hacia la derecha,
frente a una luz roja?-Si, pero an-
tes debe detenerse completamente,
y no debe interferir con el trAfico
que se mueve en la otra direcci6n.
Usted debe ceder el paso al tra-
fico vehicular y pedestre, en la
intersecci6n.
dQuien tiene el derecho de via en una
interseccidn donde el trdfico no es
controlado?-El primer vehiculo
que llegue a la intersecci6n tiene el
derecho a la via. Cuando dos ve-
hiculos llegan a la intersecci6n al
mismo tiempo, de dos diferentes
calls, el vehiculo de la izquierda
debe ceder la via al de la derecha.
Sin embargo, usted debe estar
alerta frente al peligro de que el
vehiculo de la izquierda no le ceda
el derecho a la via, en cuyo caso
usted debe hacerlo para evitar un
accident. Esto se llama manejo
defensive.

Seis miembros de la Asociaci6n
Ferroviaria Latinoamericana, Argen-
tina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Paraguay
y Uruguay, han establecido el llama-
do phasee ferroviario americano", que
permitird a los turistas visitor varias
naciones suramericanas a un precio
total fijo, dependiendo de lo largo del
viaje. Se espera que otros paises lati-
noamericanos se unan al plan.


Paigina 3








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Noviembre 19, 1965


EL PACIFICO GANO LAS COMPETENCIAS DE


NATACION CELEBRADAS EL 13 EN GAMBOA


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El sector Pacifico conquist6 el
viernes Altimo las competencias de
nataci6n celebradas en la Piscina de
Gamboa, al ganar 18 pruebas por
7 del sector AtlAntico y acumulando
un total de 140 puntos contra 84.
El Trofeo del Gobernador, para
varones, fue ganado por Vincent
Thomas, de Pedro Miguel, quien al
recorrer las 100 yards en 56.9 se-
gundos, impuso nueva marca en la
prueba para muchachos de 14 a 18
afios de edad.


Loretta Thomas gan6 las 100 yards
estilo libre para nifias de 13 y 14
afios en 1.19 minutes.
Otra familiar que se destac6 fue la
P6rez, de Paraiso, porque Estela
P6rez gan6 tres pruebas, la de 50
yards libre para nifias de 10 afios
o menos en 33.4 segundos, 50 yards
pecho en 44.9 y 50 yards espalda
en 41.4. Andr6s Perez gan6 las 100
yards pecho para nifios de 13 y 14
afios en 1.23.6 y Jaime P6rez las 100
yards mariposa para nifios de 15 a
17 afios en 1.14.8.
Otros ganadores de pruebas fueron
Roberto Mayers, de Rainbow City,
las 50 yards libres para nifios de 11
y 12 afios en 30 segundos y las 50


yards pecho en 37.6; Ruperto May-
nard, de Paraiso, las 100 yards
libres, para 13 y 14 afios, en 1.05.5;
Francisco Brown, de Rainbow City,
las 50 yards pecho para 11 y 12
afios, en 39.7 segundos; Micaela
SAnchez, de Paraiso, las 100 yards
pecho para 13 y 14 afios, en 1.40.9;
Ernesto Smythe, de Paraiso, las 100
yards pecho para 15 y 17 afios, en
1.19.2; Rodolfo Mayers, de Rainbow
City, las 100 yards espalda para 13
y 14 afios, en 1.18; Elsie Drayton, de
Rainbow City, las 100 yards espalda
para 13 y 14 afios, en 1.42.5; y Pablo
Troya, de Santa Cruz, las 100 yards
espalda, para 15 a 17 afios, en 1.12.9.


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Vincent Thomas de Pedro Miguel, al centro, fue el ganador del Trofeo del
Gobernador, en las competencias de nataci6n celebradas el viernes tiltimo
en la Piscina de Gamboa. Thomas emple6 59.6 segundos para recorrer la
distancia de 100 yards estilo libre, imponiendo nueva marca. Recibi6 el
trofeo de manos de John W. Hare, Funcionario de Servicios Especiales,
quien represent al Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
A la izquierda estA Jorge Escobar, de Paraiso, que ocup6 el segundo lugar,
y a la derecha Pablo Troya, de Santa Cruz, que lleg6 tercero.


Durar Dos Dias mIs

Exposici6n de Autos
Si usted no ha visto la Exposici6n
de Autos y Botes, esta noche, mafia-
na y el domingo serAn las iultimas
oportunidades que tenga. El sAbado
y domingo, la exposici6n abrirA de
1 p.m. a 10 p.m., mientras que esta
noche abrirA de 7 p.m. a 10 p.m.
Durante la pasada semana miles
de visitantes de PanamA y de la Zona
del Canal han visitado la exposici6n
y todos han demostrado su gran sa-
tisfacci6n por la oportunidad inica
de poder ver todos los nuevos mode-
los de autom6viles y botes en una
sola Area. En la exposici6n se dan
todas las noches premi'os gratis y
todas las noches a las 8 p.m. hay un
espectAculo gratis.


Ofrecera Recital


Tenor Panameno
Virgilio M6ndez MWrida, talentoso
tenor panamefio, quien ademAs es
professor de espafiol y latin en el Ins-
tituto Nacional de Panamai, darA un
recital el 22 de noviembre a las 8
p.m. en el Centro de Servicios de
las Fuerzas Armadas JWB, en Bal-
boa. El acompafiamiento de piano
sera suministrado por la Sra. Abbie
Linares.
Se invita a los miembros de las
Fuerzas Armadas, sus families y al
publico en general para que asistan
a esta noche de arte.


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Estela Perez, la rApida nadadora de
Paraiso que ha representado a Pa-
namA en competencias internaciona-
les, gan6 el viernes tres pruebas en
el torneo de nataci6n en la Piscina
de Gamboa. Gan6 las 50 yards estilo
libre para nifias de 10 afios o menos
en 33.4 segundos; las 50 yards estilo
pecho en 44.9 y las 50 yards estilo
espalda en 41.4. Por segundo afio
seguido ha ganado tres trofeos y Ileva
siete en los 6ltimos 3 afios.


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Con una presentaci6n de bailes tipicos panamefios, realizada por alumnos de la Escuela Primaria de Santa Cruz,
se abri6 el program de las competencias de nataci6n por el Trofeo del Gobernador el viernes en la Piscina de
Gamboa.


Estos fueron los ganadores de los trofeos donados por el Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., en las competencias de nataci6n
celebradas el viernes iltimo en la Piscina de Gamboa. A la izquierda estA
Vincent Thomas y a la derecha Elida Clinton, de Rainbow City, quien gan6
las 100 yards estilo libre para muchachas de 14 a 18 afios de edad, con
tiempo de 1.13.4 minutes. Elida tambi6n gan6 el event de 50 yards
libres en 31.4 segundos. En los iltimos 5 afios ha ganado por lo menos un
event y lleva en total 6. Thomas gan6 tambi6n las 50 yards libres para
muchachos de 14 a 18 afios en 24.6 segundos.

Fueron Elegidos Concejales .. (Viene de la pdgina 1)


Consejo Civico de Coco Solo-
France Field
Concejales: Charles T. Reeves, Edward
Kelly, Henry Heppenheimer, John L.
Mason, Sra. Elizabeth Bridgeford, Dean
K. Bruch, Sra. Elizabeth McNaughton,
Elbert Chappell, Sra. Wilma Banks,
Richard J. Bjorneby, Leland Snider, Philip
M. Wilkins.
Suplentes: Sra. Gloria Loizeaux, George
Egolf, Robert L. Mowery, Sra. Jennie
Chappell, Norbert F. Keller.
Retenidos: Charles G. Judge, Carl F.
Maedl, Sra. Beverly Baker, Arthur Bern-
stein, William W. Fitzsimmons, Sra. Julia
L. Daniel, Louis J. Fattorosi, Patrick Ridge,
Paul Moser, William E. Hopkins, Sra.
Evelyn Compton, Sra. Josephine Ridge.
La directive para 1966 serA elegida en
la rcuni6n regular mensual del consejo
que tendri lugar el 8 de diciembre, en
el sal6n de sesiones de Coco Solo, a las
7 p.m.
Consejo Civico de Gamboa
President, Charles S. Howe.
Concejales: Kenneth 0. Fugleberg,
Carlton Bell.
Suplentes: Riggs Forrest, Sra. Gloria
Borell, Marvan Chadwick, Sra. Katherine
Headrick, Fred Call.
Retenidos: George MacArthur, Robert
E. Lee, Ron Brome, Sra. Sharon Dukes.
El vicepresidente, tesorero y secretario
serAn elegidos en una reuni6n del consejo
en diciembre.
Consejo Civico de Catin
Concejales: Samuel Londynski, Edwin
J. Compton, Ted Bailey, John Wheaton,
Jim Jones, Noralie Shobe, Ilse Metzgar,
Thomas Carter, Virgil Porter, Gladys
Lasher.
Los dignatarios para 1966 serin elegi-
dos en la reuni6n del 13 de diciembre.
Consejo Civico del Pacifico
Balboa:
Sam Roe, Jr., Howard Buehler, C. R.
Vosburgh, Dr. R. Kennedy, Dorothy Han-
nigan y George J. Booth.
Suplentes: Sra. Eleanor Buehler, J. L.
McDaniel y Sra. Rose McDaniel.
Anedn-Balboa Heights:
Henry Lee, Sra. Joyce Baird y Donald
Lohse.
Suplente: Sra. Rose Casey.
Diablo Heights:
Ted Hotz, John C. Fawcett y Dr. C.
Glines.


Los Rios-Corozal:
James P. Young, Sra. Sara Rowley y
George T. Darnall, Jr.
Suplentes: Otis M. Ramey, Jr. y Daniel
B. Rambo.
El Consejo Civico del Pacifico se reuni6
el 10 de noviembre y eligi6 los siguientes
dignatarios para 1966:
President, CapitAn Howard Buehler;
Primer Vicepresidente, Sra. Darlene Asby;
Segundo Vicepresidente, Samuel Roe, Jr.;
Tesorero, C. R. Vosburg; Secretaria, Sra.
Eleanor Buehler.

El Atlantis II...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
oceanogrAfico possible, para aumentar
el conocimiento del hombre sobre los
oceanos de la tierra. El Atlantis I,
barco de vela, vi'sit6 el Canal en
1958. Actualmente en Boston, toda-
via presta servicio activo.


El joven nadador Frank Thomas,
de Pedro Miguel, luce con orgullo los
tres trofeos ganados en las compe-
tencias de nataci6n en la Piscina de
Gamboa. Thomas gan6 las 50 yards
estilo libre para muchachos de 10
afios o menos, en 34.7 segundos; las
50 yards estilo pecho en 47.4 y las
50 yards estilo espalda en 45.3.


Paigina 4


Elida Clinton, de Rainbow City,
gan6 el Trofeo del Gobernador para
nifias, al conquistar la prueba de
100 yards estilo libre con un tiempo
de 1.13.4 minutes. Este event fue
6 para nifias de 14 a 18 afios de edad.
Ella tambi6n gan6 las 50 yards
estilo libre en 31.4 segundos.
John W. Hare, Funcionario de
Servicios Especiales del Canal de
PanamA, represent al Gobernador,
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., en las com-
petencias y entreg6 los trofeos.
La familiar Thomas fue la mAs
sobresaliente en las competencias, ya
que acapar6 nueve pruebas. AdemAs
de las dos ganadas por Vincent, su
hermano Frank gan6 las 50 yards
estilo libre para muchachos de 10
ainos o menos, en 34.7; las 50 yards
estilo pecho en 47.4 y las 50 yards
estilo espalda en 45.3. Lydia Thomas
gan6 las 50 yards libres para nifias
11 y 12 afios, en 34.6 segundos; las
50 yards pecho en 49.8 y las 50
yards espalda en 48.4. Por su parte


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