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 Material Information
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: June 30, 1967
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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: VID00620
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL





Spillway


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Vol. VI, No. 2 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, June 30, 1967


4th Celebration


Plans Completed


A speech by Brig. Gen. Albert H.
Smith, Jr., USA, Director of Opera-
tions, U.S. Southern Command, will
highlight Fourth of July ceremonies
on the Pacific side of the Isthmus, the
committee in charge of arrangements
announced today.
Gov. W. P. Leber will speak on
the Atlantic side at ceremonies sched-
uled at the Margarita Elementary
School play area.
Plans on both sides have been com-
pleted, and the lineup of entertain-
ment and ceremony will provide a
full day of activities for young and
old alike.
First event of the morning on the
Pacific side is the Skydiving Exhibi-
tion. It will begin at 9:45 a.m. at the
Gaillard Highway end of Albrook
AFB runway. More than 20 jumpers
of the Pan American Sports Para-
chute Club will stage the exhibition,
with thrilling jumps from as high as
12,000 feet.
Then comes the big parade, which
will step off at 10:30 a.m. from the
area of Roosevelt and Balboa Roads.
A full contingent of military, civic
and fraternal groups, Boy Scouts and
Girls Scouts, plus several bands, will
participate. The march will be the
reverse of last year's route. It will
follow Balboa Road to Barnebey
Street, turning onto Gorgona Road
and ending at O'Connor Place.
Parade Marshal will be Capt.
Charles S. Moffet, Chief of Staff, U.S.
Naval Forces, Southern Command.
As the parade ends, a flyover of U.S.
Air Force planes will top off the
spectacle.
The reviewing stand for Pacific
side ceremonies will be at Goethals
Monument this year, and not at



Reminder Issued

On Declaration

Of Duty Items
Canal Zone employees and their
dependents returning to the United
States via the SS Cristobal on leave
are reminded that they must declare
to U.S. Customs all dutiable items.
This includes any such items which
are carried in the trunks of their
automobiles, as permitted by regula-
tions.
A pamphlet entitled "Customs
Hints for Returning U.S. Residents,"
which is published by the Bureau of
Customs, Treasury Department, gives
additional information such as re-
strictions on specific items, exemp-
tions, and rates of duty and tax on
imported items. This publication is
presented to SS Cristobal passengers
with their travel documents. Other
copies may be obtained aboard ship.
Canal Zone employees who are
U.S. citizens, and their dependents,
are considered to be returning res-
idents of the United States for cus-
toms purposes unless they present
satisfactory evidence to the customs
officer at the port of entry that they
have given up their residence in the
United States and have become bona
fide residents of another country.
A separate U.S. Customs brochure,
distributed by the Transportation
Branch, provides information con-
cerning only those who are being
repatriated to the United States and
are moving from the Isthmus, rather
-than just going for vacation.


Stevens Circle. Ceremonies will begin
after the parade passes the stand. In
addition to the address by General
Smith, there will be a pledge of
allegiance to the flag, the playing of
the Panama and United States
national anthems, an invocation and
benediction. In case of rain, cere-
monies will be moved to the Balboa
Theater.
At noon, there will be a 50-gun
salute at Clinton Street, conducted by
the U.S. Army Battery B of the 22d
Artillery. During the day, the Panama
Canal Cruise Boat Las Cruces will
offer free rides to 800 persons on
four trips. Tickets, given out on a first
come, first served basis, no longer are
available.
In the afternoon, beginning at 1
p.m., the annual swimming meet will
be held at Balboa Swimming Pool,
sponsored by the Elks. There will be
free movies on the Pacific side at
Diablo Theater at 2 p.m. At 7:30
p.m., from Sosa Hill, there will be a
fireworks display, and if there is rain,
it will be on the next clear night
following, at the same time.
The Atlantic side's big parade is
set to start at 10 a.m., and will in-
clude marching units from veterans
groups, the military services, Pan-
ama's Guardia Nacional and Bombe-
(Continued on p. 4)


Apprentice Graduates
Will Hear Governor
Gov. W. P. Leber will address the
1967 Apprentice Graduation Cere-
mony to be held Friday, July 7, at
9 a.m., at the Personnel Bureau
Training Center Annex.
Thirty-one apprentices, 29 from the
Panama Canal organization and 2
from the U.S. Army, the largest num-
ber ever to graduate, will receive cer-
tificates attesting completion of 4-year
apprenticeships.


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Down the rescue line comes one of the members of the Capira and Chorrera
Fire Departments who are attending Sunday classes at the Canal Zone Fire
Division Training Center at Rodman. This fireman is being directed by
Capt. Enoch L. Hopper, who is drillmaster for the Canal Zone Fire Division.
The class is one of a series during which the basics of firefighting, operation
of fire trucks, rescue, and fire prevention are being taught by Canal Zone
firemen. (Additional picture in Spanish section.)


Many Canal Employees Slated

To Compete in Fishing Tourney


A number of Panama Canal em-
ployees, many of them expert fisher-
men, will take part in the 15th annual
International Marlin and Sailfish
Tournament which opens officially
July 1. They will join 300 or more
contestants, including visitors from
abroad.
In a letter to Federico Bremner,
chairman of the tournament, J. Pat-
rick Conley, Acting Executive Sec-
retary, accepted on behalf of Canal


CARLESS, NOT CARELESS


Honey, I Wasn't Near the Club


A fast game of musical cars left
two Panama Canal employees limp
and another one without an alibi
this last weekend.
What turned out to be a comedy of
errors started innocently enough
when an employee at the Administra-
tion Building at Balboa Heights
borrowed the station wagon of
another employee Friday and pro-
maised to return it by Saturday night.
Things went as scheduled until
Saturday afternoon when the borrow-
ing employee (No. 1) decided to stop
by the American Legion Club before
driving the car back to the second
employee's house.
He parked the car in the parking
lot, pocketed the keys and proceeded
to join a few of his pals to enjoy the
sunshine and the beautiful view.
So far so good.
Then complications set in.
Everything would have worked out
as planned if the owner of the car
(No. 2), who had been downstairs at
the Yacht Club, hadn't emerged from
the building a short time after em-
ployee No. 1 entered. He missed his
friend entirely in the process.
Seeing his car parked near the club,
he made a mental note that his friend
meant to leave it there for him,
brought out his spare set of keys-
and drove home.


Meanwhile, employee No. 3, who
works for the Dredging Division-
who owns the same model, same
make, same color, and same year
station wagon-arrived at the club
and parked in the same parking
space.
While he was inside enjoying the
sunshine and the view, employee
No. I emerged and climbed into the
car. Since it was about one chance
in 50,000 that the keys would fit, he
suspected nothing when they did.
So he drove the car home, planning
to return it the following day.
Came the dawn.
Employee No. 1 called employee
No. 2 to apologize for not returning
the car the night before. Employee
No. 2 said it was in front of his house.
Employee No. 1 said it was in front
of his. Both went outside to see who
was right. Both were.
The Canal Zone Police got into the
act about this time when the borrow-
ing employee called to see if a car
had been reported stolen.
The answer was yes.
The wife of the Dredging Division
employee (No. 3) had the last laugh.
She said her husband admitted
coming home carless. But he swore
he hadn't been near the American
Legion Club.


employees, the invitation to enter the
tournament and said that a number
of employees will participate on Pan-
ama Canal launches Careta and
Anayansi with trips commencing
July 8 and continuing through
August 29.
Special Services Officer John W.
Hare, or James A. Brigman (both
having telephone Balboa 1303 and
post office Drawer M, Balboa
Heights) have been designated to
coordinate all matters concerning
Panama Canal participation and to
receive all information from the
tournament organization.
As in past years, the tournament is
(Continued on p. 4)


Salvation Army

Benefit Dinner

Set for July 19
The Salvation Army is sponsoring
its annual maintenance appeal for
funds for its activities for the less
fortunate and lonely on the Pacific
side of the Isthmus in the Republic
of Panama.
The event will be a benefit dinner
at the Panama Hilton Hotel at 7:30
p.m., July 19, with President Marco
A. Robles as guest of honor.
Heading Canal Zone participation
will be Gov. W. P. Leber and
Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt. Net proceeds
of the function, a $50 per couple
benefit, provide the main support for
this phase of the SA's activities.
Anyone wishing to assist in this
appeal to help provide for the
youth, the less fortunate, and the
blind in the Panama City area may
obtain tickets by calling the Salva-
tion Army, Panama 4-1545; Arthur
J. O'Leary, Balboa 4184; Richard
Erbe, Balboa 3431, or Thad Cham-
berlain, Balboa 4111.
(Continued on p. 4)


Sail Landed

Without Hook
Six Canal Zone fishernnmen had quite
a surprise when Charles Leaver
finally landed a 140-pound sailfish
aboard the Dredging Division launch
Careta after a 45-minute tussle with
the swaying catch.
Leaver, a wireman in the Electrical
Division, caught his first sailfish with-
out a hook! Bud Wallace, Thurmond
Napier, John Bing, John Mallia, and
Tommy Thompson were there to
witness the catch.
When the sail struck it made a
circular motion and the sword-like
beak apparently became entangled
with the leader wire. The part of the
leader wire with the hook attached
snapped off. The sailfish was landed
with only a hitch of leader wire
around the beak.
Leaver is having the sword-like
beak and the leader wire mounted as
evidence of a true fish story that
happened off Garachine Point near
the Perlas.


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Spillway


Operation


Started
As heavy rains fell over most of
the Isthmus early this week, 2 of the
14 gates at Gatun Spillway were
opened for the first time this year.
The gates were opened at 3:18 p.m.,
Monday, and remained open until
1:20 a.m., Tuesday, a total of 10
hours.
It was one of the earliest rainy
season spillway operations at Gatun,
since the level of Gatun Lake seldom
reaches the point where water must
be spilled so early in the year. But
general rains had brought the lake
level from 86.34 to 86.55 in a 24-hour
period.
Although the rainy season did not
start as early as it did in 1966, the
level of the lake did not fall below
85 feet during the recent dry season,
a level which was more than a foot
higher than it was during the
previous dry season. Curtailment of
hydroelectric power at Gatun mainly
was responsible for maintenance of
this level.
Shortly after the rains began the
last part of April, the level of Gatun
Lake began climbing back to its nor-
mal rainy season level of 86 feet.
During the past' 2 weeks, hydroelec-
tric power production has been used
to regulate the lake.
Spillway operation also became
necessary this week in order to main-
tain the lake at the desired height of
86.7 feet, which gives allowance for'
any flood which could follow excep-
tionally heavy rains in the Gatun
Lake watershed.
Meanwhile the Engineering and
Construction Bureau issued a warn-
ing that spillway operation might be
necessary at any time of day or night
at Catun and Madden Dams.
The warning said:
"During the next 6 months all
persons having occasion to be in the
area below Catun Spillway and in
the Chagres River below Madden
Dam are warned to be on the lookout
for a sudden increase in the height of
water and force of current.
"Warning sirens are sounded 15
minutes before initial spilling begins
and spilling may be increased there-
after without further warning. Due
to other noises the sirens may not be
(Continued on p. 4)








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


June 30,1967


COMMENDATION: A letter commending him for his presence of mind
and his professional skill in avoiding what could have been a serious marine
accident is presented Capt. L. M. Pascavage, Panama Canal pilot, left, by
Capt. Donald E. Dertien, USN, Marine Director. Also present was Capt.
Richard C. Sergeant, Balboa Port Captain, center. The incident occurred
May 26 when Captain Pascavage was proceeding northbound near Gatun
Locks as pilot aboard the "Union Defender." The SS "Nautilus," southbound,
just out of Gatun Locks, lost steering control and sheered to port across the
bow of the "Union Defender." By timely use of anchors and engines, Captain
Pascavage avoided a serious collision and brought the vessel to a stop parallel
to the west side of the channel without running aground in the 500-foot
channel.



Cards Needed for Medical Treatment


There have been several instances
recently when eligible persons have
presented themselves for treatment at
Canal Zone health facilities without
the necessary identification to show
eligibility for treatment. Except in
cases of extreme emergency, such
identification is required.
In order to avoid unnecessary delay
in receiving treatment at the hos-


pitals, Health Bureau officials advise,
all persons who are authorized med-
ical care and treatment should insure
that they and their dependents have
valid identification c ards in their
possession at all times. These cards
must be presented before patients can
be admitted to the hospital or receive
outpatient treatment.


SCN-TV SCHEDULE
(Schedule subject to change without notice)


SUNDAY, JULY 2
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival:
1:20-Discovery '67
1:45-This Is The Answer
2:15-Sunday Playhouse:
"Uncle Harry"
3:35-The Christophers
3:50-NCAA Swimming and
Diving Championships
(Special)
5:10-Marineland Carnival
(Special)
6:00-Chronicle
6:30-The Real McCoys
6:55-Social Security in Action
7:05-The Smothers Brothers
Comedy Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Ed Sullivan
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Dick Powell Show
10:00-What's My Line?
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Coronet Films:
"Ballet's Golden Age"
11:00-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, JULY 3
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Death Valley Days" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)2
5:30-Odyssey
6:00-Dateline
6:30-College Bowl
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Pat Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Red Skelton Hour
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"The Comancheros"
10:55-Focus on Today
11:15-Decoy
11:40-Curt Massey

TUESDAY, JULY 4
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"My Favorite Martian"
(Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Navy Film:
"Greyhounds of the Sea"
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Survival
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
7:30-4th of July Bandstand (Special)
(Live from Balboa
Auditorium)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Bluebeard"
10:20-NASA Film: "Manned Space
Flight . Preparing the
Way"
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-Roy Acuff's Open House
11:15-Curt Massey

WEDNESDAY, JULY 5
4:00-Afternoon
4: 15-"Jim Bowie" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5.30-Report


I 6:0O-Dateline
i 6:30-Do You Know?
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Danny Thomas
7:30-Safe Boating Week Special:
"Suddenly Upon the Water"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Perry Como Music Hall"
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Action at Sea
"Oceanography-Science
for Survival"
9:30- Our Time In Hell (Special)
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Ann Southern
11:15-Curt Massey

THURSDAY, JULY 6
4:00-Alfternoon
4:15-"Discovery 67"
(Repeat)
5 00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-To Tell The Truth
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Blondie Meets the Boss"
10:20-NASA Film: "Designs for
Space"
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-The Third Man
11:15-Curt Massey

FRIDAY, JULY 7
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Andy Griffith (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Animal Secrets
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Password
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Joey Bishop
7:30--M-Squad (Last Show)
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armnrhair Theater:
"A Double Life"
10:50-Focus on Today
11:15--Death Valley Days

SATURDAY, JULY 8
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival:
1:30-Captain Kangaroo
2:15-Parade of Sports:
Major League Baseball
4:40-Wonderful World of Golf
(Premiere)
5:35-Crossroads
6:0)0-(Weekend '67
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"Passport for a Corpse"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Lawrence XWelk
9:0(0-Canal Zono Cal,'ndar
9:05-Telenews Weekly Newsreel
10330-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life


FSU Summer Term

Starts Wednesday

Florida State University's Canal
Zone Program will oiler a short sum-
mner term beginning Wednesday.
Courses in Cultural Anthropology,
Spanish Conversation, American His-
tory, Medical Entomology, and Cen-
tral American Geography will be
offered. Each course carries 3 semes-
ter hours credit toward a B.A. or
B.S. degree. Qualified students may
earn these degrees at Florida State
University in the Canal Zone. Credits
earned at FSU Canal Zone Programn
are fully transferable to all American
colleges and universities.
Any person with a high school
education or its equivalent may apply
for admission. Classes will run
through August 24. For further in-
formnation call FSU Albrook 7238
or 5270.




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,
W. P. LEBER
Governor of the Canal Zone
HI. 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 PANAMA 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.


Collectors

Receiving

Proof Sets
Coin collectors in Panama and the
Canal Zone are currently receiving
Panama 1966 six-coin Proof Sets
which they ordered last year from
Paramount International Coin Corp.
of Dayton, Ohio.
The mintage of the 12,701 Proof
Sets was done at the San Francisco
Assay Office foi the Panama Govern-
ment and are the first Proof Sets the
U.S. Government has ever struck for
a foreign country. They are the first
Proof Sets struck in the San Francisco
Mint for any country including the
United States. This work has been
done before only in the Philadelphia
Mint.
The Panama Proof Sets contain 1
silver balboa; a silver-clad base silver
'/2 balboa; a cupronickel-clad (alloy
of copper and nickel) copper V and
10th balboa; a cupronickel 5 centesi-
mos and bronze 1 cent6simo. Espe-
cially processed for collectors, and
according to United States coinage
standards, the coins were struck with
a polished die to give them a mirror-
like finish.
The issue value of a Proof Set at
the Mint is $15. Face value is $1.91.
Striking of the' Panama Proof Sets
was the third time within the past
months that the Bureau of Mint has
accommodated Panama. In February
1966, it struck 7,180,000 25-centesi-
mo coins for Panama at the San Fran-
cisco Assay Office, and 260,000 of
the same coins in March. This was
the first time the U.S. Mint struck
coins for a foreign government since
1963 when it stopped the service to
devote its facilities to U.S. coinage.
In 1967, 1,006,000 V2-balboas and
1,030,000 10-centesimos have been
struck.
The U.S. 50-cent coin issued to
commemorate the opening of the
Panama Canal and the Panama Pacific
International Exposition at San Fran-
cisco was struck at the San Francisco
Assay Office.


Correct Labeling


Speeds Shipments


Via SS Cristobal

To facilitate receipt and forwarding
of employee shipments southbound
on the SS Cristobal from New Or-
leans, if this is the routing desired, all
employees are reminded:
When ordering personal items or
goods from firms in the United States,
instructions should specify shipment
via SS Cristobal, with the shipment
marked as follows:

Employee's name and
I.P. No.
Post Office Box No. and
Townsite

c/o Panama Canal Company
4400 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana
70140

Shipments must be prepaid to New
Orleans insofar as inland freight, ex-
press or parcel post charges are con-
cerned. C.O.D. shipments will not be
accepted at the New Orleans ter-
minal.
Charges for ocean transportation
via the SS Cristobal are still payable
at the Terminals Division Freight


an ensign in the U.S. Navy. House Office upon delivery as in the
The 1963 appointee to the Acad- past.
emy of former Canal Zone Cov.
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., Ensign
Kowalchik attended Xavier Catholic 11th Annual Elks
School in Panama, St. Leo's Prepara- Swim Meet Tuesday
tory School in Florida, and Canal
Zone College, where he was a mem- The 11th Annual Elks Swim Meet
ber of the Phi Theta Kappa and will be held at 1:QO p.m., Tuesday,
National Honor Society. at Balboa Swimming Pool. The meet
At the Naval Academy Ensign is being sponsored by Balboa Elks
Kowalchik was a member of the Lodge No. 1414, in cooperation with
Soccer Varsity, the Foreign Lan- the Canal Zone Division of Schools.
guages Club, and president of the The meet is open to dependents of
Spanish Club during his senior year. U.S.-citizen employees of Panama
He will enter the U.S. Naval Canal and the Armed Forces. First
Flying School at Pensacola, Fla., place winners will receive trophies,
August 7, to continue naval training and second and third places will be
in jet aviation, awarded medals.
His father is a structural engineer Contestants may enter two events
in the Engineering Division of the in their own age group. Age as of
Panama Canal. July 1 will determine age group.



At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
July 1, 1967

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun.,-Tues., 2:30, 7:30 p.m.-
Mon.-WNed., 7:30 p.m.-Hawaii
(ADULT)
Thurs., 7:30 p.m. (Pre-release)--A Fistful
Of Dollars (ADULT)
Fri., 6:30, 8:35 p.m.-Circus World
(AYC)

DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Sat.-Khartoum (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-100 mins.)
-The Flying Fontaines (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Caprice (ADULT)
Tues.-The Golden Arrow (AYC)
Wed.-The Bat (ADULT)
Thurs.-Ride Beyond Vengeance (ADULT)
Fri.-Billy Budd (AY)
Friday Owil Show, 10:00 p.m.-The Secret
SWays (AY)

GAMBOA *
Sat., 8-15 p.m.-Seven Seas To Calais
(AYC)
Sun.-This Property Is Condemned
(ADULT)
Tues.-Billy Budd (AY)
Wed.-Caprice (ADULT)
Fri.-Ride Beyond Vengeance (ADULT)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Any Wednesday (ADULT)
Mon.-Gunsmoke In Tucson (AY)
Tues.-The Young And The Brave (AYC)
Wed.-Thurs.-Alfie (ADULT)
Fri.-Guns Of Wyoming (fonnrmerly titled
"Cattle King") (AYC)

MARGARITA *
Sat.-Three On A Couch (ADULT)
SSuinday NMatinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-108 mins.)
-Gidget Goes To Rome (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Paradise, Hawaiian Style
(AYC)
Tues.-Khartoum (AYC)
WVed.-Hell To Eternity (ADULT)
ThIurs.-Cow Country (ADULT)
Fri.-Seven Seas To Calais (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Return
Of The Fly (AY)

GATUN
Sat.-The Monkey's Uncle (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-81 mins.)
Oregon Passage (AYC)
Sun.-A Funny Thing Happened On The
Way To The Forum (ADULT)
Tues.-Young Warriors (AY)


Thurs.-Hell To Eternity (ADULT)
'ri.-Khartounm (AYC)


Special Matinees
-All Films AYC or as Listed kkr-
Saturday, July 1, 1967
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Forty Guns-Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sul-
livan: She made her own laws until the
tough gunslinger rode into town (Scope.)
.T-86 mins.

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Never Put It In Writing-Pat Boone, Milo
O'Shea: Pat Boone's light portrayal of
ia reezy young insurance executive, em-
bittered when he believes hlie has been
passed over tor a promotion.
F-100 mins.

DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Abbott And Costello Meet The Keystone
Kops-Bud and Lnu in the wonderful
slap-stick era when "vamnps" broke
S hearts . stuntmen broke necks . .
aind every face wore a custard pie!
T-86i mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
The Saga Of Ilemp Brown- ory Calhoun,
Beverly Garland: Shoot first, ask iques-
tions later, was his motto. HIe was
Irained so well that they almost hung
him. (R) (Spanish titles.) (Scope and
color.) T-86 rmins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Stag' To Thunder Rock-Barry Sullivan,
Marilyn Maxwell: Exciting western with
phlnt. i of action 1 i.... how as sheriff's
last job in olves ii.. his oldest friend.
(R) (Color.) (AY) T--89 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Crack In The World-D)ana Andrews,
Jarwtte Scott: A scien (--fiction tale . .
tapping the innermost depths of the
earth. (AY) (1) (Color.) T-103 rmins.
-All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
* change without notice.
FILM SUITABILITY CUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.


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Ensign Kowalchik


Naval Academy

Graduate Bound

For Jet School

Sergei M. Kowalchik, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Kowalchik of Ancon,
graduated from the U.S. Naval
Academy in June with a bachelor of
science degree and was commissioned







June 30, 1967


THIE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


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Two-year-old Sabrina Marie Reyes is well protected by pure-bred German
Shepherds Duke and Taffy as she waits for daddy to come home. Daddy
is Sfe. Heriberto Reyes of Texas with Special Forces in Bennoi, Vietnam.
Sabrina's mother is the former Mary Walsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerard Walsh of Margarita, where she and Sabrina are waiting out Sergeant
Reyes' return.


Veteran of Fire Division,

Lt. Albin Retiring Soon


Lt. Edward E. Albin of the Panama
Canal Fire Division would not be
around to retire in a few weeks if it
hadn't been for two extraordinary
people on the Isthmus in 1906.
Walter H. Albin, a Kansas cowboy
better known as "Tex," left a guard
job at the New Orleans Exposition
to join the Police Department of the
Isthmian Canal Commission. Eleanor
J. Smith, a nurse, had come to the
Isthmus in 1904 to work as a nurse
in the old Ancon Hospital.
A runaway team of horses was the
cause of the meeting of these two.
The horses, belonging to the Gov-
ernor's carriage, were frightened by
a flying newspaper and they bolted.
Tex, the cowboy-policeman, caught
the runaway horses and quieted them;
in doing so he cut his knee. The Fire
Department chief, who had observed
the incident and admired Tex Albin's
performance, asked him to join the
Fire Department where horses on
the fire engines often needed such
adroit handling.
Walter Albin remained in the Fire
Division until 1936 when he took off
his badge and bequeathed it to son
Edward. The badge, duly inscribed,
had been given to him by the Inter-
national Association of Firefighters
Local No. 13 at the time of his retire-
ment.
Eleanor Smith, known as "Bloody
Mary" because of all the slide and
dynamite explosion accident cases she
attended as chief operating-room
nurse, took care of the cut knee.
A few years later they were married.
In 1917, the Albins left for the United
States where both planned to join the
Army. When Albin was rejected by
the Army, they decided to return o
the Canal. But before doing so, they
went to New York City and adopted
twin boys, 6 years old and under-
developed. Naming the twins James


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Many Boats Lost

Each Year from

Gasoline Fires
Many boats are lost each year due
to gasoline fires. In some cases great
explosions result causing deaths and
serious injuries along with loss of
boats.
This is not difficult to understand
when it is realized that the vapor
created by as little as /2 pint or 1 cup
of gasoline has the explosive power
of five sticks dynamite, says Joseph
Dargan, Pacific Power Squadron
Commander and member of the Na-
tional Safe Boating Week Committee.
When gasoline is being handled
on a boat, smoking must be forbidden.
Wipe up spills promptly, and don't
allow spilled gasoline to get below
decks. Allow for expansion when
filling tanks and keep fill caps tightly
fastened. Ventilate all enclosed spaces
and bilges after filling and before
starting the engine. Safe boating is
fun boating.


and Edward, they headed for the
Isthmus.
It was apparent that the skinny
twins needed a considerable amount
of special attention to develop into
normal boys. Mother Albin took on
the task of nourishing the boys with
quantities of wholesome food while
father made it his business to develop
the boys through lots of physical
exercise.
Tex Albin taught the boys boxing,
wrestling, and swimming. Soon the
puny twins developed into strong
healthy boys and were often the star
attraction on the community shows
held in the clubhouse on Saturday
nights. At 9, James won the "perfect
child" contest sponsored by Governor
and Mrs. Jay J. Morrow.
The twins became expert swimmers


and joined the Henry J. Grieser "Red, SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
White, and Blue" troupe, a famous SERVICES BUREAU
swimming group of the 20's. As mem- Vicente Alarc6n A.
bers of the group the twins gained Field Tractor Operator
considerable fame and were pre- Baker
sented to many celebrities who came Homer D. Manning
to the Isthmus. Among them were Laborer (Cleaner)
Alexander Graham Bell and Gen. Carlos A. Nelson
Grounds Maintenance Equipment
John J. Pershing. Operator (Small)
Tex Rickard, a well-known sports F. S. Whittinham
promoter at the time, sponsored the Motion Picture Projectionist
group on a trip to the States. At the MARINE BUREAU
old Madison Square Garden the Martin T. Holligan
twins put on a boxing match which Linehandler (Deckliand)
was refereed by retired middle- Glenn A. Lasher
weight champion "Philadelphia" Jack Control House Operator
O'Brien. They also dived from a 62- James Mullins
Seaman (Launch)
foot platform into a pool in the Ernest C. Van Horn
Garden. On their return to the Canal Control House Operator
Zone, the troupe stopped off in Hubert A. Weeks
Havana and put on an exhibition for William H. Peart
the President of Cuba. Helper Lock Operator
The twins attended schools in Bal- ENGINEERING AND
boa and later in Cristobal, where the CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
family moved in 1927. They joined Eduardo C. Allen
the Navy in 1930, Edward serving Seaman
until 19:34. In 1935, he began his Thomas Chong
career with the Canal organization as Carpenter
a timekeeper on the locks. A few Walter Dixon
Maintenanceman
months later he transferred to the Ihrahim E. Espinosa
Construction Quartermaster unit, and Helper Central Office Repairman
June 1, 1936, the day his father George Gordon A.
retired, Edward went to work for the Laborer
Carlos Kidd
Fire Division. Carpenter
James stayed in the Navy and Joseph Nurse
retired as a chief petty officer a few Helper Electrician (Power Plant)
years ago. He is now working for Joseph A. Orvis
A.T. & T. in New Jersey. General Foreman-Cablesplicing
and Electrical Distribution
Edward Albin, retiring after more Sebastian SAnchez
than 36 years' Government service Seaman
and who "lives, eats, and breathes" TRANSPORTATION AND
fire service, advanced from fireman TERMINALS BUREAU
to sergeant to lieutenant. He worked Arturo E. Arriaga
at the stations at Balboa, Cocoli, Linehandler
(Continued on p. 4)


Boating is more fun if you do it right.
and proper equipment is vital to competent boat
handling, says Flipper the Skipper, spokesman for
the National Safe Boating Week Committee. How
many of the 13 items of recommended equipment
shown can you name? (turn for answer)
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:.iOqaU 0 'tstiqsell 0 'dland ailiq 0 'apped 0
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SAFE BOATING WEEK

JULY 2-8


Robert J. Arthur
Leader-Ship Stevedoring
Harold A. Green
Linehandler
John H. Harris
Guard Supervisor
Agustin Miranda
Railroad Trackman (Mainline)
Rodolfo Quintero
Laborer (Heavy)
Marco Tulio Rojas B.
Stevedore
Roberto Trucco A.
Stevedore
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Jesse R. Gettle
Police Private
Saturnin G. Mauge
Teacher-Junior High
(Latin American Schools)


Boating Film

On SCN-TV
What would happen if for some
mysterious reason all boat motors
suddenly stopped running and at
the same time all sail boats stop-
ped for lack of a breeze? See the
interesting answer on SCN-TV at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 5,
when a 30-minute boating film
entitled "Suddenly Upon The
Waters" will be shown. The film
has many good pointers on boat-
ing safety along with an interest-
ing story.


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Despedida for Lt. Albin Set for July 14
A retirement despedida (buffet Room of the Tivoli Guest House,
dinner) in honor of Lt. Edward E. Friday, July 14, at 6:30 p.m.
Albin of the Canal Zone Fire Divi- Tickets may be obtained by call-
sion will be held at the Roosevelt ing Balboa 2128 and Cristobal 2126.


Headed for the Rio Magdalena and the hinterlands of Colombia, Charles
Washington, left, and Edward Bigelow, from Palo Alto, Calif., pause for a
brief visit to the Administration Building as they travel through the Isthmus.
The university students plan to record primitive Indian music and do
photographic work on their tour.


Page 3


"Fair Lady"

Tryouts

Next Week
Tryouts will be held at the Balboa
High School Auditorium July 3, 5,
6, and 7, each evening at 7:30 p.m.,
for the most spectacular musical
production ever to be staged on the
Isthmus-Alan Jay Lerner and Fred-
erick Loewe's "My Fair Lady".
"My Fair Lady" has been in the
planning stages for the past 6 months.
Now it will become a reality as actors,
singers, and dancers are selected for
the 38 coveted roles.
"My Fair Lady" has generated a
wave of excitement wherever it has
been staged, as it is doing on the
Isthmus of Panama. Since its opening
on Broadway on March 15, 1956, it
has earned $141 million for produc-
tions staged throughout the world
and from showings of its film versions.
During its New York run 3,750,000
people paid more than S20 million to
get in to see it-nearly 65,000 of them
were sold S.R.O. (Standing Room
Only) tickets.
Those interested in singing roles
should be prepared to sing a number
of their own choosing at the auditions.
In addition, singers will be asked to
sing a number from the show. Male
singers are especially needed. The
show has a song which is a one-in-a-
lifetime chance for a good tenor-
the melodious "On the Street Where
You Live."
There are roles to be filled by all
age groups and sizes. Two roles are
to be filled by agile young girl and
boy dancers (age 10-16) to perform
acrobatics as "the Buskers" in the
opening scene of the play.
A general invitation is extended to
the communfty-at-large to attend try-
outs, which virtually evolve into a
show. "My Fair Lady" is being pre-
sented by the Canal Zone United
Fund, Inc., in collaboration with the
Theatre Guild for the entertainment
of the Isthmian Community.
It will be produced and directed
by Bruce Quinn. Choreographer is
Tony Mata. Music will be furnished
by the U.S. Air Forces Southern
Command Band under the direction
of Capt. Loren Johnson, USAF.


Group Plays Tonight
The Group will play for the lively
set at the New Balboa Teen Club
tonight from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Dress
is sportswear. Members are admitted
free. Non-members pay a nominal
fee. The club is open from 7 to 10
p.m. Monday and on Friday nights
during the summer months.


ANNIVERSARIES
(On the basis of total Federal Service)

20 Years


Lt. Edward E. Albin


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Page 4 THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


June 30, 1967


July


Camr
With the mn
as U.S. Savi
time, the Car
U.S. Savings
Campaign get
A message
from Lt. Gov
employees en
advantage of
Plan for purch
notes. It also
and division U
resentatives w
employees ii
investments o
scribers.
Approximate
ployees are
ings plan, in
$150,000 mon
Series E Bo
vestment, ear
percent intere
annually when
7 years.
In addition
a Savings Bond
dom Shares)
offered for th
buying Series
formal plan. T
will be glad
Savings Bond
bination.
The combir
through the p
Like a Series
Note is bough
the increase in
"interest." Sa
averages 4.7
when held to


Is Savings Bonds


paign Time for PC
onth of July designated They may be redeemed after 1 year.
ngs Bonds Campaign Savings Notes will be issued only
ial organization's 1967 for amounts of $25 and $50, with
Bonds-Savings Note corresponding purchase prices of
s underway next week. $20.25 and $40.50, and must be
in English and Spanish bought only in combination with
'. H. R. Parfitt to all Series E bonds of the same amount.
courage them to take PanCanal offers 2 options for
the Payroll Deduction Savings Bonds-Savings Note Com-
iase of these bonds and bination: 1 Series E Bond at $18.75,
emphasizes that unit maturing at $25 in 7 years, and
.S. Savings Bonds Rep- 1 Savings Note at $20.25, maturing
vill contact and assist at $25 in 4% years, paid at $7.80 for
n increasing present 5 pay periods or $39 in one pay
r becoming new sub- period.
The other option is: 1 Series E
ely 4,000 PanCanal em- Bond at $37.50, maturing at $50 in
enrolled in this sav- 7 years, and 1 Saving Note at $40.50,
vesting approximately maturing at $50 in 4/2 years paid at
ithly. $15.60 for 5 pay periods or $78 at
bonds, as a separate in- one pay period.
rn a guaranteed 4.15 Following are some questions and
*st, compounded semi- answers pertaining to the purchase
a held to maturity, now of the new Savings Notes:
Question-Series E Bonds cost only
to the Series E bonds, 75 percent of their face value. Why
ds-Savings Note (Free- do Savings Notes cost more?
Combination is being Answer-Because they mature in a
e first time to anyone much shorter length of time-only
s E bonds on some 4% years, compared to 7 years for
The unit representative Series E Bonds.
to explain the new Question-Is it true that Savings
s-Savings Note Corn- Notes cannot be bought separately?
Answer-Yes. They must be bought
nation may be bought in conjunction with Series E Bonds
payroll deduction plan. of the same value.
E bond, the Savings Question-May one buy as many
ht at a "discount" and Savings Notes as one wants?
n face value represents Answer-No. There are limits.
ivings Notes' interest Question-May one buy more Series
'4 percent a year E Bonds than Savings Notes?
o 4Vz years maturity. Answer-Yes, but not the reverse.


Gov. W. P. Leber presents a check to Maj. James Bozman of the Salvation Army for tickets for the 6th annual
maintenance appeal dinner of the Salvation Army to be held at the Panama Hilton Hotel the night of July 19. Major
Bozman is regional officer of the Salvation Army for Panama, the Canal Zone, and Costa Rica. Left to right are
Arthur J. O'Leary, Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt, Hal Sander, Governor Leber, Major Bozman, Thad Chamberlain, and
Capt. John Nelson, officer in charge of the SA work in Rio Abajo, Panama City. O'Leary, Sander, and Chamber-
lain are members of the SA Advisory Board.


Sports Car Hillclimb
At El Valle Sunday
The Isthmian Autosport Associa-
tion will sponsor a sports car hill-
climb in El Valle Sunday.
Registration will be from 8 to 9
a.m. Practice will take place from 8
until 10, and the event will begin
at 10:30.
Seat belts and crash helmets are
required for all cars and roll bars
are required for roadsters.

A hen is only an egg's way of
making another egg.-Samuel Butler.


Deputy Personnel Director Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, U.S. Savings Bond Officer, briefs part of a group of 125 bond
savings representatives of the Canal organization who attended one of three orientations on the U.S. Savings Bond
Campaign which gets under way the first week in July. Dr. Paolucci was assisted by Maenner Huff, supervisory
systems accountant, Systems Division, Office of the Comptroller (left), Jerome Steiner, PC treasurer, and Mrs.
Katharyn Tanassy. The orientations were held at the Panama Canal Training Center Annex.


Fishing Tournament


(Continued from p. 1)
sponsored by the Panama Govern-
ment Tourist Bureau and is supported
by all sports fishing clubs on the Isth-
mus. The competition will cover all
waters off both coasts of the Isthmus
and is open to all sports fishermen.
Entries will be accepted, however,
from registered competitors only.
Registration opened last weekend in
all the sponsoring sports fishing
clubs. Registration fee is $5.
Valuable prizes are being offered
for the largest entries in the various
categories. These are marlin, sailfish,
dolphin, tuna, wahoo, amberjack,
tarpon, mackerel, red snapper, cor-
bina, rooster fish, snook, barracuda,
and kingfish.
In the marlin category there will
be prizes for the two largest fish
caught on 20-, 30-, 50-, and 80-pound
and unlimited tackle in the men's
division and on any kind of tackle in
the women's division. In the sailfish
category, prizes will go to first and


second place winners on 12-, 20-,
30-, 50-, and 80-pound tackle in the
men's division and on any tackle in
the women's division.
There will be a special prize for
competitors catching the largest
number of marlin and sailfish.
Official scales will be available at
each of the sponsoring clubs and also
at Playa Cruz on Pedro Gonzalez
Island.
In addition to Bremner, those on
the committee include Anibal Casis
Neira, treasurer; Louis Schmidt, Leo
Krziza, and Frank Violette, Panama
Marlin Club; Paul Colman and John
McConaghy, Balboa Yacht Club;
Julio E. Clement, Jr., Tourist Bureau;
Hernando BArcenas, Jorge Carrasco,
Carlos Navarro, Ernesto Navarro,
Francisco Leyton, and Cecilio More-
no, Panama; Juan Chen, Bocas del
Toro; Gilberto Lewis, Chitre; Ricar-
do P6rez and Gilberto Gonzalez,
David; Carlos Lasso, Francisco Chia-
ri, and Ricardo Arango, Aguadulce;
and Francisco L6pez, Colon.


Gates Opened

(Continued from p. 1)
heard at long distances from the spill-
ways, for instance, in the vicinity
of the Chagres River Bridge on
the Boyd-Roosevelt Highway below
Madden Dam.
"Special attention is directed to
parking automobiles, trailers, boats,
and fishing equipment where a rise
in water level would damage or
cause a complete loss.
"The amount of water released
varies with the situation, but water
levels in the lagoon below Gatun
Spillway may increase as much as
14 to 20 feet and as much as 6 feet
at the Chagres River Bridge below
Madden Spillway."

PTA TO MEET
The Paraiso High School Parent-
Teachers Association will meet in the
high school (Room 1) at 7:30 o'clock
tonight for discussion of school activi-
ties and review of proposed curri-
culum improvements.


Last Week's Visitors


Miraflores Locks -.- __.---
Catun Locks_______-_____-
Las Cruces, Reina Manuelita
10 partial transits .---.-_._
Summit Gardens ___
Civil Affairs Building_- --
Transits:
Orsova -______
Fairsky -
Grand Total_ ..


2,565
268

864
819
100

1,184
672
6,472


Lieutenant Albin

(Continued from p. 3)
Gamboa, P.A.D., Chagres, Gatun,
and Cristobal.
Lieutenant Albin says he is grateful
to the Canal organization for many
happy years that he served in the Fire
Division. He is especially apprecia-
tive of a course in arson investigation
in which the Panama Canal sponsored
him. He is looking forward to a posi-
tion in this field in an insurance com-
pany or an industrial plant.
Lieutenant Albin is not a hobbyist
but he hopes to be of assistance in the
community where he settles by track-
ing down arsonists and by giving lec-
tures on fire safety and fire preven-
tion.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Albin and
their children, Edward, 11, and
Sigrid, 10, are going to make their
home in Aiken, S.C., a half-way
point between Washington, D.C., and
Miami, Fla.


SA Benefit
(Continued from p. 1)
The maintenance fund appeal has
a goal of $12,000. Cost of the tickets
is tax deductible.
Panama City SA Corps activities
in Guachapali (Ave. Cuba) include
extensive youth work and more than
100 registered in an Over-60 club.
In Rio Abajo, the Corps' commu-
nity center on 11V2 Street provides
training for youth in manual arts such
as furniture and cabinet making
under competent instruction; a day
nursery for working mothers; and
Ladies 'Home Leagues (English and
Spanish) meeting each week.
The Corps also still maintains its
school for the adult blind conducted
at the Masonic Temple, 13th Street
and Ave. A, the first organized school
for the blind in the Republic.
The recently formed Women's
Auxiliary of the Salvation Army,
working in the interests of this school,
currently is in the midst of a doll
project. Beautifully hand-dressed
dolls are being sold by supporters of
the school to make it possible to con-
tinue teaching of Braille and handi-
crafts for the blind as parts of this
much-needed community social serv-
ice program.
Character-building and religious
work are parts of all the programs.
Now in its 102d year, the Salva-
tion Army is an international religious
and charitable movement organized
and operated on a military pattern.
It serves all over the world and has
more than 8,700 centers, including
service units, in the United States.


(Continued from p. 1)
ros, plus civic and fraternal groups,
in addition to several bands.
The Army Atlantic Sports Para-
chute Club will furnish skydiving
thrills on the Atlantic side, at the
Margarita School playground area.
Movies will be free for the kiddies
at Margarita, Gatun, and Coco Solo
Theaters at 2 p.m.
Dignitaries from Panama, the mil-
itary and Panama Canal organization


Remember, the Fourth of July
ceremonies this year will be at a
reviewing stand set up in front of
Goethals Monument at El Prado,
not at Stevens Circle, where cere-
monies were held in previous years.
One of the best vantage points
from which to view the big parade
will be in this area. Ceremonies
start immediately after the parade.

have been invited to review the
parades on both sides of the Isthmus.
The Atlantic side ceremonies follow
the parade and will be moved to
Margarita Theater in case of rain.
The Atlantic side also has plans


for a kiddie train ride, provided by
the Transportation and Terminals
Bureau. There will be free rides on
a fire engine, plus a display of
animals furnished by the Army from
Fort Sherman. Explorer Scouts will
hold sailboat races at Coco Solo and
the Cristobal Yacht Club will sponsor
speedboat races in the afternoon.
A big highlight of the day will be
the barbecue, set for noon at the Elks
Bohio. It is sponsored by the Mar-
garita Recreation Association, which
has arranged all events for the day
under the chairmanship of Louis
Palmer. An added treat for the kids
will be the Panama Canal burros,
furnishing free rides during the day.
Fireworks on the Atlantic side will
be at 7:30 p.m. from an area adjacent
to the Breaker's Club, behind the
Coco Solo Lion's Club Building. In
case of rain, the display will be on
the next clear night at the same time.
Chairman of the Pacific Side Com-
mittee Robert Knox joined Atlantic
Side Chairman Palmer in extending
appreciation to the Armed Forces
and Panama Canal for their coopera-
tion in arranging many of the activi-
ties that will contribute to a success-
ful observance of the holiday.


4


4th Celebration Plans Complete








EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Spill way


Vol. VI, No. 2 Mds de 50 Ahos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 30 de Junio de 1967


Las Lluvias Hacen Abrir


Compuertas de Vertedero


Debido a los fuertes aguaceros que
han caido en la mayor parte del Ist-
mo a principios de esta semana, se
abrieron por primera vez en lo que
va del afio 2 de las 14 compuertas
del Vertedero de Gat6n. Las com-
puertas fueron abiertas a las 3:18
p.m. del lunes y permanecieron asi
hasta la 1:20 a.m. del martes, o sea
un total de 10 horas.
Es una de las veces en que se ha
abierto mis temprano un vertedero
en una estaci6n lluviosa, ya que el
nivel del Lago Gat6n raras veces
alcanza el punto donde se hace nece-
sario verter el agua en fecha tan tem-
prana. Pero las lluvias generals han
hecho subir el nivel del lago desde
86.34 a 86.55 en un period de 24
horas.
Aunque la estaci6n lluviosa no co-
menz6 tan temprano como en 1966,
el nivel del lago no cay6 bajo los 85
pies durante la reciente estaci6n seca,
un nivel que fue 1 pie mAs alto que
la estaci6n seca anterior. La reduc-
ci6n de la energia hidroel6ctrica en
Gat6n fue el factor principal en el
mantenimiento de este nivel.
Poco tiempo despubs que comen-
zaron las lluvias a finales de abril, el
nivel del Lago Gat6n comenz6 a subir
hasta su nivel normal de 86 pies en
la estaci6n Iluviosa. Durante las ulti-
mas 2 semanas, la producci6n de
energia hidroelectrica ha sido utili-
zada para regular el lago.
La operaci6n del vertedero tam-
bihn se hizo necesaria esta semana
para mantener el lago en la altura
deseada de 86.7 pies, lo que permi-
tiria controlar cualquier crecida que
pudiera seguir a fuertes aguaceros en
la cuenca del Lago Gatdn.
Mientras tanto, la Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n hizo la ad-
vertencia de que las operaciones del
vertedero podrian necesitarse en cual-
quier moment del dia o de la noche
en las Represas de Gatu6n y Madden.
La advertencia dice asi:
"Durante los pr6ximos 6 meses,
todas las personas que se encuentren
bajo el Vertedero de Gat6n y en el


Rio Chagres mAs abajo del Vertedero
de la Represa Madden, deberin estar
a la expectativa de un s6bito aumento
en el nivel del agua y en la fuerza de
la corriente.
"Las sirenas de alarma suenan 15
minutes antes de abrir el vertedero;
a partir de ese moment, el desagiie
se puede hacer en much mayor es-
cala sin dar ninguna alarma mas.
Debido a otros ruidos, es possible que
lejos de la represa no se pueda escu-
char la sirena; ello puede suceder,
ejemplo, en las cercanias del Puente
del Rio Chagres, sobre la Carretera
Boyd-Roosevelt, abajo de la Represa
Madden.
"Se recuerda esto muy especial-
mente a los que tengan autom6viles,
remolques, lanchas y equipo de pesca
en lugares donde una elevaci6n del
nivel del agua pueda causar dafios o
una complete p6rdida.
"La cantidad de agua que se vierte
varia seg6n la situaci6n, pero el nivel
del agua en la laguna que estA bajo
el Vertedero de Gatin puede subir
tanto como 14 6 20 pies, y hasta 6
pies la secci6n del Rio Chagres donde
estA el puente que queda mas abajo
de la Represa Madden".


El Gobernador

En Ceremonia

De Graduacion
El Gobernador W. P. Leber diri-
girA la palabra en la Ceremonia de
Graduaci6n de Aprendices de 1967
que se celebrarA el viernes 7 de julio
a las 9 a.m. en el Anexo del Centro
de Adiestramiento de la Direcci6n
de Personal.
Treinta y un aprendices, veinti-
nueve de ellos de la organizaci6n del
Canal de PanamA y dos del Ejer-
cito de los Estados Unidos, el mayor
ndmero jamAs registrado en una
graduaci6n, recibirAn certificados de
terminaci6n del curso de 4 afios de
aprendizaje.


Los Empleados del Canal Podran

Comprar Acciones de la Libertad


Habiendo sido destinado el mes de
julio para la Campafia de los Bonos
de Ahorro de los Estados Unidos, la
pr6xima semana comenzarA la Cam-
pafia de 1967 para la Compra de
Bonos y Notas de Ahorro de los Es-
tados Unidos en la cmpresa del Canal
de PanamA.
Un mensaje en ingles y espafiol del
Vicegobernador H. R. Parfitt invita
a todos los empleados a aprovecharse
del Plan de Deducci6n de Salario
para comprar los bonos y notas. Tam-
biun indica que representantes de la
campafia ayudaran a los empleados
a aumentar sus inversiones o a inscri-
birse en este sistema de ahorros.
Unos 4.000 empleados del Canal
de Panama participan ya en el plan,
invirtiendo unos $150.000 mensuales.
Los Bonos de la Serie E, como
inversion separada, ganan 4.15 por
ciento garantizado y compuesto semi-
anualmente, cuando se guardian hasta
su madurez, que ahora es de 7 afios.
Ademis de los Bonos de la Serie
E, por primera vez se estA ofreciendo
una Nota de Ahorro de los Bonos de
Ahorro (Acciones de la Libertad), a
todos los que compren Bonos de
Ahorro de la Serie E en un plan for-
mal de ahorros. El representante res-
pectivo tendrA sumo gusto en expli-
car lo que esas notas representan.
Esta combinaci6n nueva puede
comprarse tambien por medio del
plan de deducci6n de salario. Como
en los Bonos de la Serie E, la Nota
de Ahorro se compra "a descuento"
y la cifra que aparece en ella repre-


senta el capital mAs los intereses. El
interns de las Notas de Ahorro repre-
senta un promedio de interns annual
de 4.74 por ciento si se conservan
hasta la madurez que es de 4/2 afios.
Pueden redimirse despubs de 1 afio.
Las Notas de Ahorro s6lo se emi-
tiran por $25 y $50, pudiendose
comprar a $20.25 y $40.50, respecti-
vamente, y podrAn comprarse s6lo en
combinaci6n con los Bonos de la
Serie E de la misma cantidad.
El Canal de Panama ofrece dos
opciones para la combinaci6n del
Bono de la Serie E y de la Nota de
Ahorro: 1 Bono de la Serie E, a
$18.75, que madura a $25 en 7 afios,
y 1 Nota de Ahorro, a $20.25, que
madura a $25 en 42 afios, cuyos
descuentos combinados serAn de
$7.80 cada pago, durante 5 pagos
consecutivos, o $39 en un solo pago.
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA


Esclusas de Miraflores__.
Esclusas de Gat6n__ ___.
TrAnsitos parciales de
Las Cruces y Reina
Manuelita, 10______.
Jardines de Summit-- -
M useo ...- .. _
TrAnsitos:
Orsova_____-- --
Fairsky __
Gran Total -____


2,565
268


864
819
100

1,184
672
6,472


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-. h..
El Sargento Winston E. Alleyne, del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Balboa, demuestra a un grupo de bombers vo-
luntarios de La Chorrera y Capira la forma de conectar mangueras a un carro bomba. La demostraci6n es parte de
una series de cursos de adiestramiento en el Centro de Adiestramiento de la Divisi6n de Bomberos en Rodman duran-
te la cual los bombers de la Zona del Canal estAn ofreciendo un curso bAsico en lucha contra incendio, opera-
ci6n de carros bombas, rescate y prevenci6n de incendios a los miembros de los Cuerpos de Bomberos de La
Chorrera y Capira. (Foto adicional en la secci6n inglesa.)



Terminan los Preparativos


De Festejos del 4 de Julio


Un discurso por el General de
Brigada Albert H. Smith, Jr., Di-
rector de Operaciones del Comando
Sur de los Estados Unidos, serA el
punto culminante de las ceremonies
del Cuatro de Julio en el sector Paci-
fico del Istmo, segun anuncio emitido
boy por el comity organizador de los
festejos.
El Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal W. P. Leber serA el orador en
las ceremonies del sector AtlAntico
que tendrAn lugar en el campo de
juegos de la Escuela Primaria de
Margarita.
Los preparativos han sido termina-
dos en ambos lados, y tanto las cere-
monias como los entretenimientos
brindarAn un dia repleto de activida-
des tanto a los adults como a los
j6venes.
El primer event de la mafiana en
el sector Pacifico es la Exhibici6n de
Paracaidismo AcrobAtico. ComenzarA
a las 9:45 a.m. en el final cercano
a ]a Carretera Gaillard de la pista
de la Base A6rea de Albrook. MAs de
20 miembros del Club Panamericano
de Paracaidismo Deportivo efectua-
rAn emocionantes saltos hasta de
12.000 pies de altura.
Luego vendrA el gran desfile, que
comenzarA a las 10:30 a.m. desde
el Area de la Avenida Roosevelt y la
Calle Balboa. Contingentes militares,
agrupaciones civicas y fraternales, los
Exploradores y Muchachas Guias, y
varias bandas tomarAn parte en 6l.
El desfile seguirA la ruta opuesta a
la del afio pasado. SeguirA en la Calle
Balboa, doblando hacia la Calle Gor-
gona y terminarA en O'Connor Place.
El CapitAn Charles S. Moffet, Jefe
de Estado Mayor de las Fuerzas Na-
vales del Comando Sur de los Esta-
dos Unidos, serA el cursor del desfile.
Al terminal el desfile, un vuelo de
mAquinas de la Fuerza A6rea de Esta-
dos Unidos culminarA el espectAculo.
La tribune de honor para las cere-
monias del sector Pacifico estarA al
pie del Monumento a Goethals este
afio, y no en el Circulo Stevens. Las
ceremonies comenzarAn tan pronto
como la parada pase frente a la tri-
buna de honor. AdemAs del discurso
por el General Smith, habrA el jura-


mento a la bandera, la ejecuci6n de
los himnos de Panama y los Estados
Unidos, la invocaci6n y la bendici6n.
En caso de lluvia, las ceremonies se
efectuaran en el Teatro de Balboa.
A mediodia, habrA una salva de 50
cafionazos desde la Calle Clinton,
efectuada por la Bateria B, del 229 de
Artilleria del Ej6rcito de Estados
Unidos. Durante el dia, la lancha de
paseo Las Cruces del Canal de Pana-
mA transportarA a unas 800 personas
por el Canal, en cuatro viajes. Los
boletos para estos viajes se agotaron
rApidamente, pues hubo gran deman-


da de ellos desde que estuvieron
disponibles.
Por la tarde, a partir de la 1 p.m.,
]a competencia annual de nataci6n
tendrA lugar en la Piscina de Balboa,
patrocinada por los Elks. Habra pe-
liculas gratis en el Teatro de Diablo
Heights, a las 2 p.m. A las 7:30 p.m.,
desde la cumbre del Cerro Sosa,
habrA fuegos artificiales, que en caso
de lluvia, tendrAn lugar la primer
noche clara que se present, a la
misma hora.
El gran desfile del sector AtlAntico
comenzarA a las 10 a.m. y estarA
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


Tendra Cena de Beneficencia


El Ejercito de Salvacion el 19


El Ejercito de Salvaci6n lleva a
cabo sui campafia annual para recabar
fondos con destino a sus actividades
en bien de los menos afortunados y
de los que viven solos en el lado
Pacifico del Istmo en la Repuiblica de
Panama.
Punto culminante serA una cena de
beneficencia en el Hotel El PanamA
Hilton el 19 le julio a las 7:30 de la
noche y con la asistencia del Presi-
dente Marco A. Robles como hubs-
ped de honor.
Encabeza la participaci6n de la
Zona del Canal el Cobernador W. P.
Leber y el Vicegobernador H. R. Par-
fitt. Las ganancias netas de la funci6n,
a $50 por pareja, serAn el principal
sostin para esa fase de actividades
del Ejercito de Salvaci6n. (Foto en
la secci6n inglesa.)
Cualquiera persona que desee ayu-
dar en este Ilamado para auxiliar a la
juventud, al menos afortunado y a los
ciegos que se encuentran en el Area
de PanamA puede obtener los boletos
llamando al Ej6rcito de Salvaci6n,
Panama 4-1545; a Arthur J. O'Leary,
Balboa 4184; a Richard Erbe, Balboa
3431, o a Thad Chamberlain, Balboa
4111.


La campafia para reunir los fondos
de mantenimiento tiene una meta de
$12.000. El valor de los boletos es
deducible en la declaraci6n de im-
puestos.
Las actividades de los Cuerpos del
Ejircito de Salvaci6n de la ciudad de
PanamA en Guachapali (Calle 22
Este) incluyen un trabajo extenso
con la juventud, mAs de 100 personas
registradas en un club de los que
tienen mis de 60 afios, y la educaci6n
moral y religiosa para personas de
todas las edades.
En Rio Abajo, el centro comunal
del Cuerpo en Calle 11 proporciona
adiestramiento para los j6venes, en
artes manuales tales como hacer
muebles y vitrinas bajo un instruc-
tor competent; una guarderia in-
fantil de dia para las madres que
trabajan, y reuni6n todas las semanas
de las Ligas Domesticas de Damas
(Ingl6s y Espafiol).
Los Cuerpos tambi6n mantienen
su escuela para adults ciegos en el
Templo Mas6nico, Calle 13 y Ave-
nida A, la primera escuela organizada
para los ciegos en la Repfblica de
PanamA.
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


ct -I- 4w5









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Junior 30, 1967


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
JULIO
1-Se inicia el Dicinioquinto Tomrneo Internacional de Pesca de Panama.
Durara hasta el 4 de septiembre.
2- 8-Semana de Seguridad en cl Agua en la Zona del Canal.
4-Independencia de los Estados Unidos de America (1776).
5-Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela (1811).
14-Aniversario de la Toma de la Bastilla. Fiesta Nacional de Francia
(1789).



CANAL 2 CANAL 4

DOMINGO DOMINGO


9:45-A Bailar, Joven
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-Tiempo de Estrellas
12:00-Peleas Que Ilicieron llistoria
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Estreno Favorito
4:00-Tarde de To.:os
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Los Monroe
8:00-El Tunel del Tiempo
9:00-E1 Halc6n
10:00--Largo Metraje





LUNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Robbin
5:30-Marine Boy
6:00-La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Batman
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-El Bar6n
9:00-El Hombre del Rifle
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30- Boris Karlof Presenta





MARTES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Club de Mickey Mouse
6:00-La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Simplicia la Secretaria
7:30-Reto al Mal
8:00-E1 Fugitivo
9:00-Mi Mujer es Ilechicera
9:30-El Hombre Que Nunca Existi6
10:00-Ndticias
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal





MIERCOLES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Suerte y Alegria con lta Loteria
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Unat
2:00-Recportajes Mundiales
3 :00-Tardes Filmnicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Robhin
5:30-Super Seis
:00- L a Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Batman
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Viaje a las Estrellas
9:30-La Caldera Del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Boris Karlofl Presenta



JUEVES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportaies Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmieias
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Flipper, el Delfin Maravilloso
6:00--La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Mi Adorado Sobrino
7:30-Comandos del Desierto
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia del F.B.I.
10:00-Noticias
10 :30-Ajedrez Fatal




VIERNES
1 1:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportaies Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Iley Land Lord
6:00-La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Avispon Verde
7:30-La Casa de Luis Demetrio
8:00-Combate
9:00-Carrousel de lai Alegria
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Tren Musical




SABADO
S1:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Programa Fetmenino
2:00-Sarao de TV-2
3:00-Reprise de la Novela de las 6i
5:30-La Rubiat Peligrosa
6:00-Un Soltero Casado
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Misi6n Imposible
8:00-Shane
9:00-Rutas del Destino
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Teletealro


8:._5-Documental
9:00-La Santa Misa
9:45-Todo por la Patria
10:15-Whisky a Go-Go
10:45- SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Ventana del Mundo
12:30-Los Heroes de Hogan
1:00-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
5:30-(Festivat de Charlie Chaplin
7:00-1Bonanza
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo


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11:30-
12:00-
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11:30-
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10 30-


LUNES
-C6micas
-Aventuras de Hin Tin Tin
-Muisica y Risas
-Noticias
-La Hora de Corin Tellado
-Cine Hogar
-Inspector Gideon
-Novela de Ia Tarde
-Instantiineas Sociales
-Piginas de la Vida
-El Hombre de Acero
-Los Lios de Cecil
-Primnera Plana
-Noticias
-El Show de Dick Van Dyke
Festival en Madrid
-Sit Novela Favorita
-Conflictos Humnanos
-La Chica de C.I.P.O.L.
-Los Intocables
-Noticias

MARTES
C6omieas
-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
-MNisica v Risas
-Noticias
-La Hora de Corin Tellado
-Cine Ilogar
-Aventureros del Mississippi
-Novicla de la Tarde
-Instantaineas Sociales
-Piginas de la Vida
-El lomibre de Acero
-Cisate y Veris
-Primera Plana
-Noticias
-Comicos y Canciones
-La Hora Continental
-Su Novela Favorita
-Conflictos liumanos
-Jeric6
Los Intocables
-Noticias

MIERCOLES
-Comicas
-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
Sorteo de la Loteria
-MNisica y Risas
Noticias
-La Hora de Corin Tellado
Cine Hogar
-Edgar WVallace
-Novela de la Tarde
Instanteneas Sociales
-Piginas de lit Vida
-El Honbre de Acero
-Areadio
-Primera Plana
-Noticias
-Carrousel Internacional
Estrellas Palnolive
Su Novela Favorita
-Conflictos Hlumanos
-Los Vengadores
-Los Intocaltles
Noticias

JUEVES
-Comiicas
-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
-MNlitsica y Risas
-Noticias
La Hora de Corin Tellado
-Cine Hogar
-Los Islefios
-Novela de la Tarde
Instant.ineas Sociales
P.'iginas de Ia Vida
-El Itnibre lde Acero
Los Apuros de Telisforo
Primera Plana
-Noticias
-Beverly Ricos
-Jueves Estelares de Pond's
-Su Novela Favorita
Conflictos Hunmanos
Jimn West
Los Intocables
Noticias

VIERNES
-C6nicas
Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
-Midsica y Risas
Noticias
La lHora de Corin Tellado
Cine logar
-Aventuras en Alaska
Novela de la Tarde
Instantaincas Sociales
Paiginas de la Vida
-El Hombre de Acero
-Pepito Masito
-Primera Plana
Noticias
-La lhra de Ratl Astor
Las Estrellas y Usted
Su Novela Favorita
Conflictos IHumanos
-Yo Soy Espia
-Viernes con Martinez Blanco
Noticias

SABADO
Comicas
-Colorin Colorao
-Mi Madre es un Convertible
El Show de los Cinco
Noticias
-Reprise de Corin Tellado
Largo Metrajet
Tcat,'o Frances
-Luchar o Morir
Patrulla de Caminos
El Superagente 86
-Noticias
Revista Musical
-A Petici6n Suya
Perdidos en el Espacio
-Laredo
Pantalta Cinematogralifca


Vie, nes 30

Saliado 1-

Domingo 2-

Lunes 3-

Martes 4-_-

Micrcoles 5-

Jueves 6__-

Viernes 7---


PARAISO

CERFBADO
lBeachhead (ADULTOS) y
Bird Of Paradise (ADULTOS)
Cast A Giant Shadow (ADULTOS)

Cast A Giant Shadow (ADULTOS)

CERRADO
Funny Face (AYC) vy
Dingaka (ADULTOS)
Beau Geste (AYC)

CERRADO


SANTA CRUZ
Beachhead (ADULTOS) v
Iird Of Paradise (ADULTOS)
CERRADO

Duel At Diablo (ADULTOS)
Funny Face (AYC)y
Dingaka (ADULTOS)
Beau Geste (AYC)

The Secret Was (AY)

CElRRADO
Born Free (AYC) y
Jesse James vs. The Daltons (AYC)


RAINBOW CITY
l0 0(0/ p.m.
Kiss Of The Vampire (AY)
Joy In The Morning (ADULTOS)
v Tamahine (ADULTOS)
Psychopath (AY)

Psychopath (AY)

Seconds (ADULTOS)

CERRADO
Trouble With Angels (AYC) y
Because They're Young (AY)
10 :00 I .m.
Five Pennies (AYC)


GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Niiios de 8 a 12.



Gente en la Noticia


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Alfred Barnett es cocinero jefe en el Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Diablo Heights. Lleva 27 afios de prestar
servicios a la empresa del Canal, todos con los Centros
de Servicios Comunales, ya que comenz6 en el de Anc6n,
sigui6 luego en el de Margarita y desde 1941 trabaja en
el de Diablo Heights. Barnett, por su servicio meritorio,
fue escogido como Empleado del Afio en 1964. Naci6
en la ciudad de Panama el 24 de mayo de 1919. Sus
studios, hasta el octavo grado, los realize en la Escuela
de La Boca. De su trabajo manifiesta: "no he tenido
problems hasta el moment. La paciencia, la satisfac-
cion del client y el buen trato me han dado magnificos
resultados". Acerca de sus pasatiempos favorites dice:
"Antes me gustaba hacer muebles, pero ahora prefiero
; ] la cocina. En mi mocedad practicaba el beisbol y
participaba en las pruebas de pista y campo que se desa-
rrollaban en la Escuela de La Boca. Actualmente me
gusta presenciar juegos de beisbol y encuentros de boxeo.
Me gusta, ademi6s, apoyar a los equipos de grandes ligas
donde participan jugadores panamefics". Barnett ha via-
jado hasta Chitri y le impresion6 la belleza del pueblo
y la solidaridad de sus habitantes. Es casado con la Sra.
Josefina de Barnett y resident en la comunidad de Paraiso
en compafiia de sus hijos Cecilia, que cumplirli 17 afios
en el mes de julio, Delfina de 16, Anita de 14, Alfonso
de 13, Carlota de 11 y Beverly de 7; asisten a la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso los cuatro primeros, mientras que
los otros dos cursan studios en la escuela primaria de
esa poblaci6n.


Louis E. Sprauve es oficinista en la oficina de campo de
Diablo de la Divisi6n de Dragas. Se inici6 en la empresa
del Canal de Panamai hace 29 afios cuando entr6 como
pintor en la antigua Divisi6n de Construcciones en Cris-
t6bal, donde trabaj6 durante 16 aios. Pasados estos, fue
trasladado a la Divisi6n de Dragas y alli fue primero
marinero del remolcador "Taboga" y tiltimamente ofici-
nista, siendo sus principles obligaciones el recibir y
despachar 6rdenes. Naci6 en la ciudad de Col6n el 15 de .
febrero de 1915. Curs6 studios en la Escuela San Jos '
de su ciudad natal. Sprauve tuvo muchas experiencias
marinas antes de entrar a la empresa del Canal, ya que
trabaj6 con el barco aleman "Bremen" acerca del cual
dice: "Alli tuve la oportunidad de conocer todo Suram,-.
rica. Aprendi much acerca de las costumbres y trat6

barco fue apresado en Puerto Coquimbo, en Chile, pero -.. ., .
tuve la suerte de que me arreglaran el traslado a mi
patria, Panamai". En sus ratos libres le gusta nadar en
Col6n, presenciar encuentros de boxeo o leer libros cien-
tificos. El beisbol tambidn es otro de sus pasatiempos
favorites y es fanitico de los Dodgers de Los Angeles.
Sprauve reside en Gamboa en compafiia de su esposa. '
Tienen ocho hijos: Sylvia; Louis, Jr., que trabaja en el
Hospital Gorgas; Beverly, muchacha guia ayudante de
oficina en Paraiso; Kenneth, graduado en la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal; Carolyn, graduada de costura en la
Escuela Santa Familia; Isabel, que estudia costura en la
Santa Familia; Rogelio, que esta en el Instituto Rodolfo
Diesel; y Jean que asiste a la Secundaria de Paraiso.


Gotas de Historia


Junio 4, 1849-El "Panami" lleg6 a
San Francisco con 290 pasajeros,
209 de los cuales se habian embar-
cado en Panamai, lugar donde
habian estado esperando barco
unas 2.000 personas que se diri-
gian a California.




SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
i mA. Se aiutoriza la reprodueccin ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
dl solicitud express.
V. P. LEBEH
Gobernador dc la Zona del Canal
II. R. PARFITT
Vticegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWVIN
Jefe de la Oficina de InformaciVn
la information qui e se deseare publicar
on el S1.I.wLVAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jeta e de Prensa. Dsirigir la
corresp)ondenci,t a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWVAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
i del Canal.
Distribuciin iratuiita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de Panama. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
vendo cnvio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los che ques deben hacerse panaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SI'II.L\WAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.


El Gobierno boliviano ha creado
nl fondo especial de de sarrollo con el
fin de dar apoiyo adiional a la in-


Junio 5, 1919-La Sra. C. W. Roberts version pricadIa 'en la ag(ricultura, la
de Gat6n hizo un vuelo en un DIH4 industrial, la mineria i/ la construc-
desde France Field, y se convirti i ci6on. El fondo sera financiado en
asi en la primera mujer que volaba grand part por los reem bolsos hechos
en la Zona del Canal. El vuelo fue por COMIBOL, la CorporacionA Mi-
ofrecido por el Departamento de nera Boliviana propiedad del estado.
Guerra como un premio por haber sabre cl prc;stamo de .5 millone.s
vendido el mayor nfimero de Bonos otorado or la aiencia de los 1Esta-
de la Libertad. I r
Junio 6, 1680-Una partida de buca- dos Unidos para el L', ,,' Inter-
neros bajo el mnando de Sharp national (ADI), al Gohierno bolivia-
parti6 para el Per6 despuds de no para la rehabilitacion de la em-
bloquear la ciudad de Panam'i que priesa mineral del cstado.
se estaba construyendo en su nuevo -
sitio.
Junio 6, 1910-Fueron vaciadas 3.998
yards cibicas de concrete en las
Esclusas dc Gati6n.
Junio 7, 1862-Las tropas del Gene-
ral Santacolcma llegaron a Col6n.
Junio 8, 1914-Para probar las loco-
motoras de remolque, el barco
"Alliance", propiedad de la Com- SERVICIO DE BATERIAS
pafiia del Ferrocarril de Panama,
cruz6 las Esclusas de Catin en
ambas direcciones. POSITIVA NEGATIVA
Junio 9, 1909-Las aguas del Chagres --
inundaron la secci6n completada
del Corte entire Matachin y Cor-
gona. Los diques habian sido vola- it
dos 3 dias antes pero debido al hajo
nivel de las aguas, el rio mantuvo --- -_
su antiguo curso hasta que huho
una crecida de 14 pies.


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Junio 30, 1967


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


RAINBOW CITY CONQUISTO EL TORNEO


ATLETICO PARA LOS SEGUNDOS CICLOS


La Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow1
City gan6 el torneo de atletismo para 1.
alumnos dce Segundo Ciclo, celebrado -.
el viernes 16 del corriente en el Esta-
dio de Mount Hope.
Rainbow City super a la Escuela .
Secundaria de Paraiso en la rama mnas- 2.
culina per 50 puntos a 47, mientras 3.
que en los events femeninos gan6o
por 40 a 30. 1.
El atleta mils destacado de la jor- 3.
nada fue Ricardo Bailey, de Paraiso,
quien gan6 las pruebas de 440 y 800
yards plans, mientras que Ricardo 2.
Shan, del misnio plantel, no se que- 3.
daba atrAs ganando tambidn dos prue-
bas, el lanzamiento de bala y las 200 1.
yards plans. 2.
Bailey es un destacado atleta pa-
nameno que en el Primer Campeona- 1.
to National de Atletismo celebrado 2.
en la ciudad de Col6n el domingo 18
de este mes, gan6 las pruebas de 800
y 1.500 metros pianos para la clase A.
En la ralna femenina sobresali6 3.
Mayda M anning, de Paraiso, que
triunf6 en las pruebas de 50 yards 1.
con vallas y en lanzamiento del disco, 2.
llegando ademis segunda en lanza- 3.
niento de la bala.
A continuaci6n los resultados del I.
torneo atletico intercolegial: 2.


VARONES
100 Yardas
1. Eric Charles, R. City --e
2. Mario Shannon, R. City
3. Ronald Edmund, R. City
200 Yardas
1. Richardo Shan, Paraiso
2. Mario Shannon, R. City
3. Luis Garibaldi, Paraiso
440 Yardas
1. Ricardo Bailey, Paraiso--
2. Eric Charles, R. City
3. Ronaldo Edmund, R. City
800 Yardas
1. Ricardo Bailey, Paraiso
2. Brooker Best, R. City
3. Victor Myers, 1. City
60 Yardas, Vallas
1. Alfredo Grimes ---
2. Reynaldo Stennette-- ..
3. Victor Campbell .....
Salto Largo
1. Mario Shannon, R. City---
2. Roberto Bailey, Paraiso
3. Alfonso Niles, R. City
Lanzamiento de Disco
1. Ruben G6mez, Paraiso ..__
2. Raul Barrera, R. City .---
3. Alfonso Grimes, R. City____
Salto Alto
1. Altredo Grimes, R. City___
2. Carlos Blackman, Paraiso-__
4 x 100 Yardas, Relevo
1. Rainboy City .___
2. Paraiso
4 x 400 Yardas, Relevo
1. Paraiso ------
2. Rainbow City
Lanzamiento de Bala
1. Ricardo Shan, Paraiso-_.--_
2. Carlos Blackman, Paraiso.._
3. Reinaldo Bowen, H. City_._


10.5


21.2


52.0


2:02


R. City
Paraiso
_R. City

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5'4"
5'2"

43.5


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40'5"
37'7"
34'61 /,"


Si Va al Hospital


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Identificaci6on


1.
2.


PUNTAJE TOTAL
Rainbow City
Paraiso .
DAMNAS
100 Yardas
Elsa WilliamI R. City
Dolores Cox 1. itv
Marcia Welch I H. City
200 Yardas
Dolores Cox, 1. City
Els.ia Williains, H. City
Marcia Welch, 1. City
50 Yards, Vallas
Mayda Mianning, Paraiiso
Cla'udia Beckford, R. City
Felicia Dyars, Paraiso
Salto Alto
Brady Arvis, s. City
Rosaline Lashley', Paraiso--_
Salto Largo
Joan Thorne, Paraiso
Raquel Dunn, Paraiso
Phyllis Coiuwall, R. City
Lanzamiento de Bala
Claudia Beckford, R. City
Mayda Manning, Paraiso-_
N. McFarlane, Paraiso __
Lanzamiento de Disco
Mayda Manning, Paraiso .
Claudia Beckford, R. City-
Joan Thorne, Paraiso ___
4 x 100 Yardas, Relevo
Rainbow City-__
Paraiso
PUNTAJE TOTAL
Rainbow City --..-
Paraiso


50.
47 '



1 2 .5 '


25.2


_ 8.1


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4'2"

12'11"


32'/2"
31'0"
30'8"

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84'll/2"
80'1"

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40 yards, mientras Ricardo Stennette, de Paraiso, al centro, llega en segundo lugar. Victor Campbell, de Rainbow
30 City, un poco rezagado, arrib6 en tercer puesto.


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Este fue el final de la prueba de 100 yards que frue ganada por Elsa Williams,
al extreme derecho, en el torneo femenino de atletismo de las Escuelas Lati-
noamericanas. Al centro estA Dolores Cox, que lleg6 segunda y a la izquierda,
Marcia Welch, que conquist6 el tercer puesto. Todas ellas son de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City. En las 200 yards se cambiaron los papeles
pues gan6 Cox, segunda Williams y tercera Welch.


"Dia de Jose French"


HabrA el 4 de Julio


El pr6ximo martes 4 de julio
se celebrara en Santa Cruz el
"Dia de Jose French", honran-
do a Joseph N. French por los
muchos afios que ha dedicado


Recientemente han ocurrido various al servicio de la juventud de
casos en que personas con derecho a esa comunidad en el campo del
servicios mbdicos, se han presentado deported.
en las instalaciones de salubrilad d El Conse o Cvco de Santa
la Zona dcel Canal sin la identiflea- E Consejo Cio d Santa
ei6n necesaria para demostrar sus de- Cruz, qIuec preside Violet II.
rechos. Tal identificacibn se necesita Rhaburn, ha preparado un pro-
sieinpre, con excepciOn de casos dce grama en honor del conocido
extrema urgencia. animador deportivo, incluyen-
Para evitar demoras innecesarias al ador de i i n-
recibir tratamiento en los hospitals, do events deportivos en el
los funcionarios de la Direcci6n de cuadro de Santa Cruz.


tencia de atletisino para nifias
v varones en pruebas de 50 me-
tros pianos y relevo de 4 x 50,
para categories de 7 a 8 afios,
de 9 a 10 y de 11 a 12. Partici-
parin alumnos de escuela pri-
maria del Pacifico y el Atlin-
tico.
Se celebrara un partido de
softball entire veterans del
Pacifico y del AtlAntico. La no-
vena del Pacifico estarn a car-
go de Ernesto Franklin v John
West, mientras que la del
AtlAntico serA dirigida por


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Ricardo Bailey, el destacado atleta national de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, cuando llegaba a la meta ganando la prueba de 440 yards, en el
torneo atlitico intercolegial de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas en el Estadio
de Mount Hope. Tambien gan6 el event de 800 yards.


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Salubridad aconsejan a todas las per- HabrA tambidn una comida Stanley Lonev v Willy Collins. v ,- '.
s.:nas (lue tienen autorizacion para enl honor de French, en el Club Habra una competencia
retihir cuidados y atencibn medical,
(ufc deben asegurarse de que els v 77, durante Ia cual serA orador abierta de tennis de mesa para Ricardo Shan, de la Escuela Secund,
sus dependientes tengan una tarjeta principal cl Sr. Ellis L. Faw- jugadores de 15 a 20 afios de lanzamientos que le valieron el triunfo
vAlida de identificaci6n todo el tiem- cett, Director de las Escuelas edad, de 21 a 30 v de 31 afios libras. Otro de sus triunfos fi
po. Ests tajes tas cleben ser presen- Latinoamericanas: la cena- en adelante.
danger aditidose alue hospital o rcienteibi pue- bufet serA dte 6:30 a 8 p.m. French ha sido desde hace Crollo-Urrunai

trataieicnto externo. Se cclebrari un bailey popu- afios un gran animador deplor-
e lar de 9 p.m. a 1 a.m. v s harI tivo que lha llevado equipos de- El Domingo 2
El Institute Nacional d Aguas i entrega a French de una placa portivos a competencias en Sent cl domingo por ia noche en

Potables y Alcantarillados de la Re- y varies regales de la eomu- Panama, especialmente en el dl cinnasio Nacional "Neco de la
priblica Dominicana, una oficina pi- 1 nidad. haloneesto femenino. dirigien- (;uardia" en la ciudad de Panamta, el
l)ica, ha obtenido un prustan/o de El program deportivo, que do equipos que participant to- i eciituentro entire el campt6tn mosca
2.9.50.000 del Banco Interanericano en alas 9 de la mafia- dos los afos en el campeonato de enezuela. I ctor Criollo, y
de De.sarrollo, para las obras de meno- a 9 d d l. e e lanpeolat titular paniameno de la division, Luis
rianiento-y expansion del acueducto na v duirariA hasta las 2 de la distritorial de baloncesto de carlos Urrunaga, a un limited de 10j
y alcantarillado de Puerto Plata. I tarde, consiste en una compe- Panama. asaltos.


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aria de Paraiso, al hacer uno de los
o en el lanzamiento de la bala de 12
ue en las 200 yards plans.


Riasco vs. Marcel

El Dia 2 de Junio

l'n cl tinjglado de la Arena dce
Colon se celchrarnt el domingo el
encuentro entrc los invictos pesos ga-
llos Miguel Riasco y Ernesto Marcel,
que fuee aplazade por segunda vez,
debidco a que Marcel se rcsfri6 du-
rante los entrenarnientos. Pelearin en
8 asaltos.


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Junio 30, 1967


Empleados del Canal


En Torneo de Pesca


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Integrantes del grupo de voluntarias que prestan servicio en el Hospital de Coco Solo durante los 3 meses de
vacaciones, muestran las preguntas que habian escrito sobre el ser human, a la Sra. Jo McDonnell, segunda de la
derecha, enfermera escolar, y al Dr. Ernest F. Bynoe, medico de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City, despues
de la proyecci6n de la 61tima de una series de tres peliculas acerca de la reproducci6n del ser human. De izquier-
da a derecha aparecen Claudia Raphael, el Dr. Bynoe, Donna Pessoa, la Sra. McDonnel y Clementina Parris. A la
proyecci6n de las peliculas en el Auditorio de Rainbow City asistieron todas las alumnas del D6cimo al Duod6cimo
Grado, los dias martes 13, jueves 15 y martes 20 de junio. Despues de cada proyecci6n hubo un period de pre-
guntas, las cuales fueron contestadas por el Dr. Bynoe. A las proyecciones se extendi6 una invitaci6n a las madres
de las nifias, asi como tambidn a personas adults de la comunidad. La exhibici6n fue s61o para mujeres.


Tendra Cena ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
La recien formada Auxiliar de la
Mujer del Ej6rcito de Salvaci6n, que
trabaja por el interns de esta escuela,
se encuentra actualmente a mitad del
proyecto de la mufieca. Mufiecas her-
mosamente ataviadas con vestidos
hechos a mano son vendidas por los
bienhechores de la escuela para hacer
possible la continuaci6n de la ense-
fianza del Alfabeto Braille y de artes
manuales para los ciegos como parte
de este muy necesitado program de
servicio social a la comunidad.
La educaci6n moral y religiosa es
parte de todos los programs.
Ahora en su aniversario 1029, el
Ej6rcito de Salvaci6n es un movi-
miento international religioso y cari-
tativo organizado y operado bajo un
patr6n military. Actfa en todas parties
del mundo y tiene mAs de 8.700 cen-
tros, incluyendo unidades de servicio,
en los Estados Unidos.


"My Fair Lady" es la Proxima


Presentacidn del Fondo Unido


Las pruebas para la producci6n
musical mAs spectacular que jamAs
se haya presentado en el Istmo-"My
Fair Lady" (Mi Bella Dama) de Alan
Jay y Frederick Loewe-se llevarAn a
cabo en el Auditorio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa los dias 3, 5,
6 y 7 de julio a las 7:30 de la noche.
"My Fair Lady" se ha estado pre-
parando durante los 61timos 6 meses.
Ahora serA una realidad cuando se

El Banco Centroamericano para la
Integracidn Econdmica ha autorizado
la concesidn de un pristamo de 2
millones de lempiras a la Empresa
Nacional de Energia Eldctrica de
Honduras, para la compra de equipo.


seleccionen los actors, cantantes y
bailarines para 38 codiciados papeles.
"My Fair Lady" ha levantado una
ola de entusiasmo en todos los lugares
donde se ha presentado, inclusive en
el Istmo de PanamA. Desde su estreno
en Broadway el 15 de marzo de 1956,
"My Fair Lady" ha obtenido $141
millones de las producciones presen-
tadas en todo el mundo y de la pre-
sentaci6n de su version filmica.
Durante la series de presentaciones
en Nueva York, 3.750.000 personas
pagaron mAs de $20 millones para
verla y casi 65.000 de ellas ]a tuvie-
ron que ver de pie.
Los que estAn interesados en pape-
les cantados deberAn prepararse para
cantar un numero a su gusto en las
audiciones. Ademas, se les pedira a
los cantantes que canten un ndmero
de la funci6n. Se necesitan especial-
mente cantantes masculinos. La fun-
ci6n tiene una canci6n que es una
oportunidad magnifica para un buen
tenor, la melodia "On The Street
Where You Live".
Hay papeles para todas las edades
y tamafios. Dos papeles deberAn ser
llenados por Agiles bailarines de
ambos sexos (de 10 a 16 afios)
para realizar acrobacias como "the
Buskers" en la escena inicial de la
obra.
Se extiende una invitaci6n gene-
ral a toda la comunidad para que
asista a las pruebas, que virtualmente
constituyen un especticulo. "My Fair
Lady" es presentada por el Fondo
Unido de la Zona del Canal, en cola-
boraci6n con el Theatre Guild para
el entretenimiento de la comunidad
istmefia. SerA producida y dirigida
por Bruce Quinn. El core6grafo es
Tony Mata. La m6sica serA propor-
cionada por la Banda de la Fuerza
Area del Comando Sur de Estados
Unidos, bajo la direcci6n del Capitan
Loren Johnson, de la Fuerza Aerea.


AVISO
El domingo, a las 9:30 a.m., habrA
una reuni6n combinada de la junta
directive y de la asamblea general de
la Asociaci6n de Beneficios por Muer-
te de los Empleados del Canal de
PanamA, en el Edificio 424-A, Anexo
de la Lavanderia de Anc6n. Se pre-
sentarA el informed de auditoria y un
informed general sobre las operacio-
nes desde el 1 de enero al 31 de
diciembre de 1966.


DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Vicente Alarc6n A.
Operario de Tractor
Vernal Bryan
Panadero
Homer D. Manning
Aseador
Carlos A. Nelson
Operario de Equipo Pequefio de
Mantenimiento de Predios
F. S. Whittinham
Operario de Proyector
CinematogrAfico
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Marin T. Holligan
Pasabarcos
Glenn A. Lasher
Operario de Caseta de Control
James Mullins
Marinero (Lancha Motora)
Ernest C. Van Horn
Operario de Caseta de Control
Hubert A. Weeks
Oficinista
William H. Peart
Ayudante Operario de Esclusas
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Eduardo C. Allen
Marinero
Thomas Chong
Carpintero
Walter Dixon
Encargado de Mantenimiento
Ibrahim E. Espinosa
Ayudante Reparador de
Central Telef6nica
George Gordon A.
Aseador


Carlos Kidd
Carpintero
Joseph Nurse
Ayudante Electricista (Planta de
Energia Electrica)
Joseph A. Orvis
Capataz General (Empahne de
Cables y Distribuci6n de
Electricidad)
SebastiAn Sinchez
Marinero

DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALES
Arturo E. Arriaga
Pasacables
Robert J. Arthur
Capataz Estibador (a Bordo)
Harold A. Green
Pasacables
John H. Harris
Jefe de Guardias
Agustin Miranda
Obrero (Mantenimiento de Vias
Ferreas, Linea Principal)
Rodolfo Quintero
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Marco Tulio Rojas B.
Estibador
Roberto Trucco A.
Estibador

DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Jesse R. Gettle
Policia Raso
Saturnin G. Maug6
Profesor de Escuela Intermedia,
Escuelas Latinoamericanas


Empleados del Canal de PanamA, negro, sAbalo, macarela, pargo rojo,
muchos de ellos pescadores experts, corvina, pez gallo, r6balo, barracuda
tomarAn parte en el Decimoquinto y sierra.
Torneo Internacional Anual de Pesca En la categoria merlin habra pre-
de Merlin y Pez Vela, que se inaugura mios para los dos peces miAs grandes
oficialmente el 19 de julio. Se unirAn pescados con cafias de 20, 30, 50 y
a 300 o mAs contendores, incluyendo 80 libras e ilin-itadas, en la division


Paigina 4


ANIVERSARIOS
20 Aiios de Servicio


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visitantes del extranjero.
En carta dirigida a Federico Brem-
ner, president del torneo, J. Patrick
Conley, Secretario Ejecutivo Interino,
acept6 en nombre de los empleados
del Canal, la invitaci6n para entrar
en el torneo y dijo que muchos em-
pleados participaran a bordo de las
lanchas Careta y Anayansi del Canal
de Panama, a partir del 8 de julio
hasta el 29 de agosto.
El Funcionario de Servicios Espe-
ciales John W. Hare, o James A.
Brigman (con telefono en Balboa
1303 y Apartado M, Balboa Heights)
ban sido escogidos para coordinar
todo lo relacionado con la participa-
ci6n del Canal de Panama y para
recibir toda la informaci6n de parte
de los organizadores del torneo.
Como en afios anteriores, el torneo
lo patrocina el Instituto de Turismo
de PanamA con el apoyo de todos los
clubes de pesca del Istmo. La com-
petencia se desarrollara en ambas
costas del Istmo y estA abierta para
todos los pescadores deportistas. Sin
embargo s6lo se aceptarAn ejempla-
res pescados por los competidores
que se hayan inscrito anteriormente.
La inscripci6n se abri6 el pasado fin
de semana en todos los clubes de
pesca que patrocinan el torneo. Los
derechos de inscripci6n cuestan $5.
Habra valiosos premios para los
ejemplares mAs grades en las dife-
rentes categories. Estas, son: merlin,
pez vela, dorado, atfin, wahoo, merlin


Terminan...
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compuesto de agrupaciones de vete-
ranos, unidades de las fuerzas arma-
das, contingentes de la Guardia Na-
cional de PanamA y de los Bomberos
de Col6n, agrupaciones civicas y fra-
ternales, ademAs de varias bandas de
musica.
El Club Atlantico de Paracaidismo
Deportivo del Ej6rcito brindarA emo-
ci6n con saltos ornamentales sobre
el campo de juegos de la Escuela de
Margarita. En los teatros de Marga-
rita y de Coco Solo habrA peliculas
gratis para los nifios, a partir de las
2 p.m.
Dignatarios de PanamA, del Canal
de PanamA y de los servicios mili-
tares han sido invitados a estar en la
tribune de honor en ambos lados del
Istmo.
Las ceremonies del sector AtlAn-
tico comenzarAn tan luego termine el
desfile y se trasladarAn al Teatro de
Margarita en caso de lluvia.
En el sector AtlAntico habrA ade-
mas un tren en miniature para nifios
suministrado por la Direcci6n de
Transporte y Terminales. Los nifios
podrAn montar en los carros bombas,
y habrA una exhibici6n de animals
brindada por el Zool6gico de Fuerte
Shcrman. Los Exploradores tendrin
regatas de botes de vela en Coco
Solo y el Club de Yates de Crist6bal
patrocinarA carreras de lanchas de
velocidad, en horas de la tarde.
Una de las atracciones del dia serA
la barbacoa que se servirA a medio-
dia en el Bohio Elks, patrocinada por
la Asociaci6n de Recreaci6n de Mar-
garita, que se ha encargado de todos
los events del dia, bajo la presiden-
cia de Louis Palmer. Atracci6n extra
para la gente menuda serAn los burri-
tos Mancha y Cato del Canal de
PanamA.
Desde un Area adyacente al Club
Breaker's se lanzarAn los fuegos arti-
ficiales. Ese lugar estA detrAs del
Edificio del Club de Leones de Coco
Solo. En caso de lluvia se harAn la
primera noche clara que haya, a la
misma hora.
Robert Knox, president del co-
mite organizador del sector Pacifico
y Louis Palmer, su colega del AtlAn-
tico, agradecen a las Fuerzas Arma-
das y al Canal de PanamA, la coope-
raci6n que les han brindado y que
contribuirA a darle mayor esplendor a
los events de ese dia.


de varones y con cualquier clase de
cafia en la division de damas.
En la categoria pez vela, los pre-
mios seran para los ganadores del
primero y segundo premio con cafias
de 12, 20, 30, 50 y 80 libras en la
division de varones y con cualquier
clase de cafia en la division de damas.
HabrA un premio especial para los
ccmpetidores que pesquen el mayor
nuimero de merlines y pez velas.
Las pesas oficiales estarAn disponi-
bles en todos los clubes patrocinado-
res y tambien en Playa Cruz en la
Isla Pedro Gonzalez.
AdemAs de Bremner, el comit6 esta
integrado por Anibal Casis Neira, te-
sorero; Louis Schmidt, Leo Krziza y
Frank Violette, del Club de Merlin
de PanamA; Paul Colman y John
McConaghy, del Club de Yates de
Balboa; Julio E. Clement, Jr., del
Institute de Turismo; Hernando BAr-
cenas, Jorge Carrasco, Carlos Nava-
rro, Ernesto Navarro, Francisco Ley-
ton y Cecilio Moreno, de PanamA;
Juan Chen, de Bocas del Toro; Gil-
berto Lewis, de Chitr6; Ricardo
P6rez y Gilberto GonzAlez, de David;
Carlos Lasso, Francisco Chiari y Ri-
cardo Arango, de Aguadulce; y Fran-
cisco L6pez, de Col6n.


REUNION
La Asociaci6n de Padres de Fami-
lia de la Escuela Secundaria de Pa-
raiso se reunirA en el Sal6n 1 de la
escuela, esta noche a las 7:30 p.m.,
con el fin de discutir las actividades
de la escuela y efectuar una revisi61r
de las mejoras que se proponen para
el plan de studios.


Competencias

En El Valle

El Domingo
La Asociaci6n de Automovilistas
Deportivos del Istmo patrocinarA
carreras cuesta arriba para carros de-
portivos, el domingo pr6ximo en El
Valle de Ant6n.
Las inscripciones serAn de las 8 a
las 9 a.m. Las prActicas tendrAn lugar
de las 8 a las 10 a.m., y el event
comenzarA a las 10:30 a.m.
Se exigirA cinturones de seguridad
y cascos protectores a todos los par-
ticipantes y los convertibles deberan
tener tambi6n barras protectoras
contra vuelcos.


Los Empleados ...
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La otra opci6n es: 1 Bono de la
Serie E a $37.50, que madura a $50
en 7 afios, y 1 Nota de Ahorro a
$40.50, que madura a $50 en 4/2
aios, y que se pagan a $15.60 cada
pago durante 5 pagos consecutivos,
o $78 en un solo pago.
A continuaci6n unas preguntas y
respuestas acerca de la compra de
las nuevas Notas de Ahorro:
Pregunta-Los Bonos de la Serie E
cuestan s6lo el 75 por ciento de su
valor nominal. Por que las Notas
de Ahorro cuestan mas?
Respuesta-Porque maduran en un
tiempo much mas corto, s6lo 4/2
afios, en comparaci6n con los 7
aios de los Bonos de Serie E.
Pregunta--Es cierto que las Notas
de Ahorro no se pueden comprar
separadas?
Respuesta-Si. Deben comprarse
conjuntamente con Bonos de la
Serie E del mismo valor.
Pregunta-8Puede uno comprar tan-
tas Notas de Ahorro como quiera?
Respuesta-No. Hay limits.
Pregunta--Puede uno comprar mas
Bonos de Serie E que Notas de
Ahorro?
Respuesta-Si, pero no lo contrario.




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