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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: April 11, 1969
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00712
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 PA NAMA CANAL Gift of the Panama Canal Museum
THE PANAMA Ct ANAL C eFaA ,








Vol. VII, No. 43 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, April 11, 1969


Rule Liberalized


On Shipping Cars


Regulations governing the trans-
portation of privately-owned vehicles
at Panama Canal expense have been
liberalized to allow employees to ship
their cars free at any time they are
eligible.
Under the new ruling permanent
employees of the Panama Canal who
are entitled to recruitment, home
leave, and repatriation benefits and
who are heads of households are en-
titled to free transportation of their
cars on the SS Cristobal for an initial
or replacement vehicle.
The term "initial motor vehicle"
refers to the first car shipped at
Government expense. The term "re-
placement vehicle" refers to a car
which is authorized to be shipped,
every 4 years, as a replacement
of an initial vehicle or of a previous
replacement.
Employees also may be reimbursed
for the shipment of a replacement
vehicle shipped on or after October
12, 1966, provided they were eligible
at the time of shipment. Previously,
employees were eligible for free
transportation of vehicles only if
they applied in advance of shipment
and the vehicles were shipped within
1 year of their home leave travel.
Cars shipped as replacements may
not have been in the possession of



BHS Play


Tickets


On Sale

Tickets are now on sale and reserva-
tions may be made for Shakespeare's
A Midsummer Night's Dream, a pro-
duction of the Balboa High School
Drama Department to be presented
at the high school auditorium April 16
through 19.
The theme of the well-known clas-
sic is the fickleness of young love and
the silliness of the courting customs-
a theme which is capable of being
related to the modern teenager's ex-
periences. The plot is fast moving and
the three levels of the play provide
variety. The workmen are rough,
earthy men who provide most cf the
comedy; the courtiers take care of
the love theme, and the sprites create
the airy fantasy.
A talented group of Balboa High
School actors make up the cast of the
"festival" play which has been 3 years
in designing and 1 year in production.
Among the leads are Stella Trem-
blay, who has played such roles as
Hellen Keller in "The Miracle Work-
er" and Shirley in "Dino"; Ada
Beechner, who won the Balboa High
School best actress award last year;
and Marsha Makibbin, who played
leads in "Firstborn," "Dino," and
"The Mousetrap."
Male stars are Bill Hesters and
Lonny Johnston, who won popularity
in "The Mousetrap"; Jim Latimer,
who played the leads in "Firstborn"
and "Dino"; and Eddie Lee, who was
the young Egyptian prince in "First-
born." Jerry Harvey, David Poock,
Mike Senzer (one of the lovers) do
a great job in this Shakespearean
favorite.
For reservations call Balboa 3129
between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tickets
are $1 for adults and 50 cents for
SA members and children.


the employee or his immediate family
on the Isthmus. This means that an
employee who takes his car with him
on leave is not eligible to return that
same vehicle to the Isthmus under
the free transportation provisions,
unless it is an initial vehicle.
Form 79, "Request and Authoriza-
tion for Transportation cf Privately-
Owned Vehicle," available in all divi-
sions, must be used by employees in
applying for the shipment of an ini-
tial or replacement vehicle. This form
may also be used by employees apply-
ing for reimbursement under the
above provision. For further informa-
tion, call the Transportation Branch
2-2182.



5th Draft


Reduction


Announced

Due to the decline in the level of
Gatun Lake, the maximum draft
allowance for vessels using the Pan-
ama Canal will be reduced again
April 20 by another 6 inches, bring-
ing it to 37 feet 6 inches, it has been
announced by the Chief of Naviga-
tion Division.
The previous reduction in maxi-
mum draft allowance was made last
week and became effective April 9.
At this time it was lowered from 38
feet 6 inches to 38 feet. The reduc-
tion to be effective April 20 will be
the fifth since the dry season began.
Since the last of December 1968,
when the level of Gatun Lake rose
to 87.33 feet, the water level has
dropped to 85 feet and is continuing
to go down on an average of .03 of
a foot a day. This situation is ex-
pected to continue until the rains
begin, possibly early in May.


Calendar of

Events
April 16-19-Shakespeare's "Midsummer
Night's Dream," at Balhoa High School
auditorium. For reservations, call Balboa
3129. Tickets, $1 for adults and 50 cents
for SA members and children. Curtain
time is 8 p.m.
April 16-27-Viceroy Slow Pitch Softball
Tournament, Pacific Softball League
Park, Balboa.
April 17-18-Floating Fair Ship Sakura
MariL will be open for visitors.
April 18-Basketball-BHS vs. CZC at Bal-
boa, 7 p.m.
April 18-20-Annual ocean-to-ocean Cayu-
co Race.
April 19-Conjunto Ritnos de Canajagua
will be presented at the Jos6 Guardia
Vega School in Colon at 7:30 p.m.
April 20-Special race at the President
Remon's Race Track featuring "female
jockeys."
April 21-National Symphonic Orchestra
will present a concert at the Abel Bravo
School in Colon at 7:30 p.m., admission
is free.
April 22-Basketball-BHS vs. CIIS at Coco
Solo, 7 p.m.
April 25-Basketball-CHS vs. CZC at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
April 26-Experimental Theatre of Pananma
will present the play of Alejandro Paso
at the Jos6 Guardia Vega School in Colon
at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.
April 26-Cristobal Woman's Club annual
Fashion Show at Fort Davis NCO Club
at 12 noon. Members and guests invited.
April 28-Basketball-CZC vs. BHS at
Balboa, 7 p.m.
April 28-May 4-Schlitz Fast Pitch Softball
Tournament, Pacific Softball League
Park, Balboa.
April 30-May 3-Basketball-CZC Tourna-
ment at Balboa Gymnasium.


Governor


Applauds


Overhaul

A letter of commendation has been
sent by Gov. W. P. Leber to the
chiefs and personnel of the various
divisions engaged in the recent Pedro
Miguel Locks overhaul.
Governor Leber pointed out in the
letter that the overhaul was com-
pleted ahead of schedule on March
23, 1969.
"Field work," he said, "during
which a lane was out of service, took
only 7 weeks; however, this was
preceded by many months of pains-
taking preparatory work by many
Panama Canal divisions.
"I wish to comunend you and all
those of your division who partici-
pated in the successful planning and
accomplishment of this important
work."
A copy of the letter was sent to
M. B. Nickel, Chief of the Indus-
trial Division; H. W. Osborn, Main-
tenance Engineer; J. S. Hearne,
Chief of the Dredging Division; E.
W. Zelnick, Designing Engineer;
T. H-. Hoenke, Chief of the Locks
Division; and Capt. E. B. Rainier,
Acting Chief of the Navigation
Division.
Work which started early in Feb-
ruary at Pedro Miguel, included the
installation of lateral culvert bulk-
head slots in both the east and west
lanes. The slots are designed to
accommodate steel bulkheads to be
fitted whenever center or sidewall
culvert or valve repairs become
necessary in the future.


It's That Time Again


Teetering as tax time tightens, R. B. "Bo" Mathews of the Agents Accounts
Branch equips himself with cigarette, adding machine and tax books as he
begins to make out his 1969 Federal income tax form-an annual ceremony
performed by U.S. natives. Deadline to file is April 15. Canal Zone residents,
however, may delay filing until June 15 without penalties, but must pay an
additional 1% percent on what is owed for each month past the deadline.


Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks ___ 2,107
Gatun Locks._______--_-- 565
Summit Cardens ___ 195
Las Cruces,
partial transits, 4_______ 275
Small launches,
partial transits, 1 __....___ 3


Ship transits:
Statendam___
H.M.S. Endurance.
Australis -___-____
Grand total __


552
110
1,962
5.769


Cayuco Paddlers


Poised for Race


The annual ocean-to-ocean Cayuco
Race sponsored by the Canal Zone
Council of Boy Scouts of America
gets underway next Friday from the
Panama Canal Yacht Club at Cristo-
bal on the Atlantic side. The goal is
the Rodman Naval Station on the
Pacific side of the Isthmus.
Maj. Gen. Kenneth 0. Sanborn,
Commander, USAFSO, will be the
official starter of the 50-mile race.
Canal Zone Gov. W. P. Leber and
Cen. G. R. Mather, Commander-in-
Chief, USSOUTHCOM, and other
dignitaries have been invited to
watch the Explorers as they compete
for the Cayuco Race Trophy.
The first cayuco is expected to
arrive at Gatun Locks at about 4
p.m., completing the first leg of the
race. The crew will load their cayucos
on trucks and go to the lighthouse
landing area and unload and stow the
boats for the night.
The race will continue Saturday
morning from Gatun at 7 a.m. with
the first cayuco crew expected to
arrive at Gamboa at 11 a.m. and the
last cayuco should be in about 2 p.m.
The race will resmne on Sunday


Midnight Sun

Combo To Play
The Midnight Sun Combo will play
for the Lively Ones at the Balboa
Teen Club from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
tonight. Dress is casual attire.


from Ganboa at 8 a.m. with the first
cayuco expected to arrive at the
Dredging Division landing at Pedro
Miguel at about 9:45 a.m. and the
last boat coming in at about 10:45
a.m.
At 11 a.m. the Explorers will
prepare to enter the locks and be
on their way at about 11:15 a.m., as
soon as the lock gates are fully open.
The first cayuco should reach Mira-
flores at about 11:45 a.m. and the
last one should make it by noon when
all the cayucos will prepare to enter
the locks.
The starting gun should go off at
about 12:15 p.m. for this last leg of
the exciting race and the first cayuco
should pass the finish line at Rodman,
Pier 1, at 12:45 p.m.
The awards ceremony will be held
at the Baseball Stadium, Rodman
Naval Station. The Cayuco Race
Trophy will be presented the com-
peting crew placing first in the race.
Pennants and medals also will be
awarded and two new awards will
be presented this year. They are a
lead anchor to the last place cayuco
and a hard luck award, a paddle with
a hole in it, will go to the boat with
the most hard luck, such as spills and
overturns. The queen of the winning
crew also will be crowned at this
time.
Another new record is expected
this year. Last year's race was won
by the crew paddling the Non Ille-
gitimus Carborundum in a record
time of 6 hours, 15 minutes and 58
seconds.


Summer


School


Program

The dates of the Canal Zone 1969
U.S. Schools' summer school program
have been announced by F. A.
Castles, Superintendent of Schools.
The regular courses for grades nine
through 12 will be held during two
4-week semesters. The first semester
will be from June 9 through July 3,
and the second semester from July
through August 1.
All other summer school programs,
except driver training classes, will
begin June 23 and end on August 1.
These include grades one through
eight regular and enrichment pro-
grams and grades nine through 12
enrichment programs.
Three 3-week sessions of driver
training will be held if enrollment
warrants. The dates for these will be
June 9-June 27; June 30-July 18; and
July 21-August 8.
Registration will take place in the
principal's office of the school the
student is currently attending. Ele-
mentary students will be registered
by their parents for summer school
from Monday, May 12, through
Thursday, May 22. Secondary school
registration will be from May 12
through May 29.
Summer schools will be located at
Balboa High School (grades seven
through 12) and Balboa Elementary
School (grades one through six) on
the Pacific side. On the Atlantic side,
grades one through 12 all will be at
Cristobal High School.


CZC Schedules

Are Available
The schedule of classes for the 1969
summer session of the Canal Zone
College has been prepared and is
being distributed from the College
administrative office, Room 209.
Registration for the summer session
will be held during the period May
26-June 6. Classes for the 8-week
session will begin on June 9 and will
run through August 2.
During the summer session, tuition
(Continued on p. 4)












































































Week Beginning Saturday,
April 12, 1969
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Hang 'Em High (A)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Bye Bye Braverman (A)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-More Than A
Miracle (A)
Fri., 6:20, 8:00 p.m.-Submarine X-1
(AYC)
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Sat.-The Magnificent Seven (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-118 mins.)
-Batman (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-The Mercenaries (A)
Tues.-Loss Of Innocence (A)
Wed.-The Longest 100 Miles (AY)
Thurs.-Massacre Harbor (AYC)
Fri.-Tammy And The Millionaire (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Red
Tomahawk (AY)
GAMBOA
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-To Kill A Dragon (AY)
Sun.-Don't Just Stand There (A)
Tues.-The Longest 100 Miles (AY)
Wed.-The Mercenaries (A)
Fri.-Massacre Harbor (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The Lion
(AY)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
The Endless Summer (AYC)
Mon.-Teahouse Of The August Moon
(AYC)
Tues.-Games (A)
Wed-Thurs.-The Hell With Heroes (A)
Fri.-Track Of Thunder (AYC)
MARGARITA *
Sat.-Sweet November (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-97 mins.)
-Double Trouble (AYC)



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
R. S. HAHTLINE
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.


Page 2


MEN


Lt. James A. Castagno

Lt. James A. Castagno, son of
CWO Amadeo Castagno and Mrs.
Castagno, former residents of Fcrt
Gulick, and graduate of Cristobal
High School in 1965, has been
awarded the Bronze Star medal for
Valor for heroism in connection with
military operations against a hostile
force in Vietnam.
After graduating from high school,
Lieutenant Castagno attended Went-
worth Institute in Boston. He en-
listed in the U.S. Army in October
1966 and graduated from O.C.S. in
1967. Shortly after he went to Viet-
nam and was with the 101st ABN
Division serving as an advisor.
Lieutenant Castagno also was
awarded the Army Commendation
medal and the Bronze Star. He is
presently with B. Company, 10th
SFG (ABN).


IN


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


SERVICE


U.S. Air Forces M. Sgt. Hubert M.
McIntosh, son of Mrs. M. A. Reid
of Bronx, N.Y., and Lloyd McIntosh
of Colon, has been awarded the
Bronze Star medal for his perform-
ance while engaged in military
operations against the Viet Cong in
Vietnam.
A former student of Rainbow City
High School, Sergeant McIntosh is
now assigned to Keesler AFB, Biloxi,
Miss., as a member of the Air Train-
ing Command.


Steelworker Third Class Ram6n
Castro, Jr., son of Ram6n Castro of
Panama, was awarded a Letter of
Commendation by the Commanding
Officer of U.S. Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalion 6, on duty in
Puerto Rico.
Petty Officer Castro was com-
mended for his performance as acting
crew leader for the construction of
four fabricated steel buildings in
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.
Castro graduated from Paraiso
Junior-Senior High School in 1962
and attended Panama University for
a short time. He joined the Navy in
1963 and joined the Naval Construc-
tion Battalion in 1968.



Golf Club Dance

The Brazos Brook Golf Club will
held another of its fund raising dances
tomorrow evening. Dress will be in-
formal and music will be provided by
the "Saints of Dixie Land" with
Colonel Don Lord.
The price of admission will be $2
per person. Reservations may be
made by calling the golf club at
3-1090 or by contacting A. DeRaps
at 3-2139 or 3-2456.


M. Sgt. John E. Schmidt, Jr.

M. Sgt. John E. Schmidt, Jr., of
the U.S. Air Force has been awarded
the Bronze Star for distinguished
service as NCOIC of the Command
Briefing Section, Hq. U.S. Military
Assistance Command in Vietnam.
Sergeant Schmidt spent his child-
hood in the Canal Zone attending
schools here. Shortly after graduating
from high school in 1950 he enlisted
in the Air Force and was assigned to
the Disaster Control Offices of the
Caribbean Air Command. During the
next 10 years he supervised various
education and training positions at
several Air Force installations.
After serving in the U.S. Air Force
Academy for 4 years he was assigned
to the U.S. Military Assistance Com-
mand, Vietnam. After a year's serv-
ice there he returned to the Academy
and was put in charge of Special
Projects NCO for the Directorate of
Instructional Technology, the position
he now holds.
Sergeant Schmidt and his family
reside at the Air Force Academy in
Colorado.


Sun.-Mon.-Thomas Crown Affair (A)
Tues. (Prerelease)-The Bride Wore Black
(A)
Wed.-War Of The Planets (AYC)
Thurs.-The Thief Of Paris (A)
Fri.-To Kill A Dragon (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Fury At
Smuggler's Bay (AY)

GATUN
Sat.-Attack On The Iron Coast (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-116 mins.)
-Lt. Robin Crusoe (AYC)
Sun.-Petulia (A)
Tues.-The Thief Of Paris (A)
Thurs.-The Magnificent Seven (AY)
Fri-War Of The Planets (AYC)



Special Matinees
(H), AYC or as Listed ***
Saturday, April 12, 1969
BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
Seven Seas To Calais-Rod Taylor. Keith
Michell: Sir Francis Drake plunders
Spanish ships in South American waters.
(SIT.) T-110 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
The Stratton Story-James Stewart, June
Allyson: Biographical life of Monty
Straton, the Chicago White Sox baseball
pitcher. (Color.) T-112 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Gunsmoke-Audie Murphy: Hero outsmarts
lawless attackers, saves ranch, and cat-
tie. (Technicolor.) T-85 mins.
COCO SOLO
2:00 p.m.
The Big Store-Marx Brothers, Tony Mar-
tin: Enjoy this wacky comedy in a large
department store. (SIT.) T-86 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Perils Of Pauline-Pat Boone, Pamela
Austin: Two foundlings grow up in an
orphanage and swear their undying love
to each other. (Technicolor.)
T-105 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Walk The Proud Land-Audie Murphy, Pat
Crowley: He restored peace to the Red-
skins and forced the surrender of Gero-
nimo. (Color.) T-94 mins.
All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Ruuning Time.
H-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


SATURDAY, APRIL 12
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
l:50-Wrestling From The Olympic
2:40-Parade of Sports
4:35-Pentagon Forum
5:05-American Sportsman
6:00-Weekend '69
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-The Joey Bishop Show
7:40-Get Smart
8:10-SCN News
8:15-The Hollywood Palace
9:05-Canal Zone Calendar
9:10-Ready on Arrival (Special)
9:40-Lawrence Welk
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-Boxing From The Olympic

SUNDAY, APRIL 13
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-Danny Kaye
2:40-Discovery
3:05-Pathe Education Film:
"Aviation"
3:20-Profile
3:50-CBS Golf Classic
4:45-The Mike Douglas Show
0:00-Chronicle
6:40-Jeff's Collie
7:05-Milton Berle Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-American at Work
9:05-Best From Broadway:
"Soldier In Love" (Special)
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:20--The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, APRIL 14
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Jeff's Collie"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Movie of the Week)
"Down Mexico Way"
5:30-Wide Wide World
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Andy Griffith
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Rowan & Martins Laugh-in
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Saga Of Western Man: "Road
to Gettysburg" (Special)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Tonite Show
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Four Star Anthology

TUESDAY, APRIL 15
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"The Real McCoys"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Down Mexico Way"
5:30-G.E. College Bowl


April 11, 1969


E ployees Cautioned


Employees Cautioned



To Pay Their Debts


As a U.S. Government employee
working for the Panama Canal organ-
ization your actions are clearly visi-
ble in a "goldfish bowl" of public
responsibility. Your actions reflect for
good or ill on the Canal Zone and the
Canal organization.
Ordinarily, the Canal organization
is not concerned with what you do
with your paycheck. How much of
it you spend and how much you obli-
gate are your personal business-un-
less you let your financial affairs get
out of hand and they become a
burden to your employer. If that
should happen, there is a good chance
the Canal organization would become
involved.
Panama Canal organization policy
on employee debts is identical to that
of the U.S. Government and is stated
as follows: An employee shall pay
each just financial obligation in a
proper and timely manner ."
A "just financial obligation" means
one which is rightfully yours to pay.
It can be taxes, or a bill you admit
you owe, or one which a court has
judged you bound to pay. Failure to
meet just obligations after being offi-
cially directed to do so can result in
disciplinary action, possibly even re-
moval from the service.
What if you claim that a debt is
unjust-for example, if merchandise
was not delivered as promised or if
the debt was based on an illegal con-
tract? Will your employer intervene
on behalf of a creditor in this in-
stance? The answer is no. Only if you
acknowledge indebtedness or your
creditor's claim has been reduced to
judgment by a court of competent
jurisdiction will the Canal organiza-
tion involve itself in your financial
affairs. Any dispute over the validity


6:00-Dateline
6:30-Don Rickles Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Jerry Lewis Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Desilu Playhouse
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater
"Silver Queen"
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-"The Real McCoys"

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Discovery
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Down Mexico Way"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Combat
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Elvis"
10:00-The Third Man
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Danny Thomas Show

THURSDAY, APRIL 17
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Danny Thomas Show
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Down Mexico Way"
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Bob Cummings Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hallmark Hall of Fame:
Bonanza
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:25-Armchair Theater:
"Three Faces West"
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Paris Precinct: "Autumn
Leaves"
FRIDAY, APRIL 18
4:t00-Afternoon
4:15-"Andy Griffith"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Down Mexico Way"
5:30-Since Wars Begin
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Melody Ranch
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Operation Entertainment
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"A Royal Scandal"
10:40-Focus On Today
11:00-Paragon Playhouse


At The Movies


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


or amount of a debt must be settled
in court.
There is one factor that has an im-
portant bearing on U.S. Government
employee debt policy. If you were
employed by an employer other than
the U.S. Government, your salary
could be garnished for nonpayment
of debt-that is, a portion of your
wages could be assigned to your cred-
itors by a court.
However, as an employee of the
U.S. Government your salary is not
subject to garnishment. But this does
not mean you can use this immunity
as a shield to avoid payment of just
debts. On the contrary, this fact
places a special obligation on you to
pay your bills.
Additional information concerning
employee debt problems can be ob-
tained by visiting the Personnel Bu-
reau's Debt Counselor in Building
366, Ancon, C.Z. and Building 1004,
Cristobal, C.Z. or telephoning them
at 2-1234 or 3-2118.

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SUNDAY BRUNCH
This Sunday's Brunch will be a
good way to start Sunday. The menu
for April 13 includes: assorted fruit
and juice trays, hot cakes, syrup,
honey, ham omelet, creamed eggs on
toast, hashed 'browned potatoes,
grilled sausage, grilled bacon, assorted
dry cereals, buttered toast, cinnamon
toast, jam, jelly, pineapple muffins,
Danish pastry (assorted filling),
coffee, tea, or milk.
Brunch is served in the Roosevelt
Room from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults
$1.50 and children $1.

GERMAN NIGHT
The Tivoli Guest House invites
you and your family tD enjoy German
Night April 14. The menu will fea-
ture: sauerbraten, potato dumplings,
German style sauerkraut, hot German
potato salad, rye bread, rolls and
butter, relish tray, assorted pastries,
and beverage.
Call 2-2111 and make reservations
for any one of three convenient seat-
ings: 5:30, 6:30, or 7:30 p.m. Adults
$1.50 and children 10 and under $1.


NOTRE DAME CLUB
UNIVERSAL NIGHT
The local Panama-Canal Zone
Notre Dame Club will observe Uni-
versal Night this year at 8 p.m.
April 13 at the Panamar Restaurant,
50th Street, San Francisco de la
Caleta in Panama City.
Guest of honor will be Archbishop
Marcos G. McGrath, who is an alum-
nus of Notre Dame.
Reservations for all alumni and
former students may be made by
calling Ray Laverty, Balboa 4125,
or Luis Garcia de Paredes. Panama
62-0122.

HAVE A HAPPY SUMMER
Want to forget about the problems
at work?
Want to enjoy your vacation?
Of course you do.
And the way to manage it and save
money also is to stay home and send
the children to camp.
SAME OLD STUPID STORY
"Pardon me, Sir," interrupted the
lovely lady, "but you're wearing
your marriage ring on the wrong
finger."
"I know," groaned the forward
young man. "I married the wrong
woman.


















































Forty children from the village of
San Jose in the Interior of Panama
will long remember this Easter sea-
son. The children, ranging from 6 to
10 years of age, were guests of the
Future Teachers of America Club of
Balboa High School who entertained
them with a full day of activities.
The children, accompanied by five
adults from their village and mem-
bers of the Future Teachers of Amer-
ica Club, toured several Balboa High
School classrooms, visited Miraflores
Locks, made a partial transit of the
Canal on the launch Las Cruces and
then enjoyed a picnic lunch and egg
hunt at Summit Gardens.
After lunch, which was prepared
by the club members, the children
were entertained with a story about


BROWSInG

COLLECTIOn


the Easter bunny and were delighted
when a real live "bunny," played by
Gail Goodrich dressed like Susie Cot-
tontail, came onto the scene. Wide-
eyed, the children listened to Sara
Rodriguez who related to them the
story of Easter. There were "ohs"
and "ahs" when she illustrated her
story by opening a plastic egg to
reveal a small fluffy chicken.
After relay races and toss games,
the children had a great time hunting
for Easter baskets and eggs which
had been hidden in the picnic area of
Summit.
The children were presented two
Spanish story books each and books
also for younger brothers and sisters
at home. For older brothers and
sisters they were given another Easter


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


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Mrs. Ruby Bissett, sponsor of the Future Teachers of
America Club of Balboa High School, at left, is shown
meeting the bus with children from the village of San
Jos6. Mrs. Emilda Flora de Coronado, former mayor of
San Jose is greeted by Gail Goodrich, who played Easter

By Future Teachers Club


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bunny. The little guest at right is Thelma Samaniego
and the little boys are Ceferino and Alberto Martinez.
The children were guests of the Future Teachers of
America Club of Balboa High School at a picnic and
egg hunt at Summit Gardens. Forty children attended.


basket with brightly colored eggs.
All the entertainment and gifts
were made possible through the
efforts of the members of the FTA
with the cooperation of Edmund
Stallworth, a Panama Canal Postal
Division employee, Mrs. Emilda de
Coronado of San Jos6, Mrs. Ruby Bis-
sett, club sponsor, and members of
the Canal Zone Guide Service who
contributed their time and efforts to
make the Easter trip in the Canal
Zone an unforgettable experience for
the youngsters.
Club members Dalys Vargas and
Elizabeth Grabowsky were in charge
of the school tour. Carolyn Johnson,
Elaine Catzorla, Kathy Thomason,
and Linda Hayde were on the finance
committee. Name tags for the chil-
dren were made by Beth Baglien,
Caryl Soucie, and Linda Weed. Cathy
Hoyle and her committee of Peggy
Davidson, Lynn Smith, Trudy Hawk-
ins, and Ann Bowen were in charge
of the food and soft drinks.


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A big welcome back to myself after
being on safari in the dense wilds of
the Central American jungles for
almost 3 weeks. It was all somewhat
exciting since we had narrow escapes
from the new types of beasts we dis-
covered in those remote areas, such
as the Speedibus Idioticus, a weird
animal that tries to beat you to nar-
row one-way bridges when you are
traveling in the opposite direction at
60 miles an hour. But perhaps the
strangest species we ran across was
the Touristi Americanus. This one not
only sports a ludicrous outer covering
most of the season, but carries a pam-
phlet which contains 4,983 ways to
ask: "Where is the American Consul?"
and "Is the water safe to drink?". As
for me, I'm just glad to be back at
I my desk-or, at least where my desk
used to be ....

Al Sholk and Jim Betts are very im-
pressed with the climate in Boquete,
and they especially liked the fresh
strawberries available in that area.
The girls from the typing pool
have passed on the interesting tidbit
that people who must keep their
heads in one position for long periods
of time-writers, typists, dentists,
accountants, surgeons, etc.-share the
common risk of "neck strain", an
often serious jamming of nerves by
the 7-pound weight of the head. I
know a few fellows who may have
the same problem from standing on

C.Z. UNITED FUND
TO MEET TUESDA Y
The Canal Zone United Fund will
hold its annual meeting Tuesday,
April 15, at 2 p.m. in the Board
Room of the Administration Building,
Balboa Heights.
The President's Annual Report will
be presented and new trustees will be
elected at the meeting.
Contributors to the United Fund


By Emily J. PriceI lJ Judy Doubleday told the story are invited to attend the annual
Helen Bevington's A Book and a cess Caroline-Matilda. Her marriage about the Easter bunny and Antoin- meeting.
Love Affair is a memoir of her early made her queen of Denmark and a ette Hancock supervised the sports
married life in New York City. Hard- secret love affair brought her to activities which she planned with the STOREHOUSES TO CLOSE
working and happy, the Bevingtons disaster. With careful attention to help of Mary Floyd, Chris House, FOR INVENTORY
managed to make a trip around the the record of history, the author and Melinda Garcia. Virginia Hoyle All Canal units are reminded that
world and raise a family during the recreates the court of 18th century and Carroll Dennis took care of the Section B (Balboa) and Section X
Depression. Very personal in tone, Denmark and the hatreds and in- Easter eggs and bunnies and Connie will be closed for inventory
this book evokes the world of the trigues that swirled around the tragic, Divine was chairman of the book (Cristobal) il 15, and for invento
1non' *. Tuesday, April 15, and for recount
1930's. young queen, committee and Denise Schermerhorn Thursday, May 1.
Dick Francis has a new suspense and Linda Paas gave out the books.
story set in the world of horses and
racing which he has now made his
own. This one is called Forfeit and is .
about a young journalist working on
a magazine story about a big race. He i
uncovers a racing scandal, threats are ,
made, violence follows-for an un-
usual and exciting story.
The story of the world-famous
magician and escape artist is told by
Milbourne Christopher in Houdini:
the Untold Story. The facts of Houdi-
ni's life from his birth in Hungary
to his death in Detroit while on tour -J.
are all here. The building of his career
and his fantastic tricks are carefully
detailed. But in spite of all the facts
and details, the man Houdini, as so
often in his life, escapes.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is Pauline '
Kael's title for a collection of her A
movie reviews. She saw this title, she
says, outside a theater in Italy and
thinks it is a good description of the
appeal of most movies. Her criticism -
is fresh, honest and uninhibited. Her ,
book is a lively chronicle of the best
and worst films of the last few years., i -
Norah Lofts has written an histori- --"
cal novel The Last Queen, based on Boys as well as girls got into the egg hunting game at egg hunt was staged. These young men came out with
the life of George III's sister, Prin- the Balboa Elementary School Gym where a big Easter a hat full and from their expressions, it was great fun.


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Children From Interior


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the corner of "J" Street on Saturday
mornings . and their heads weigh
more than 7 pounds after Friday
night, I'll bet.
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Did you know that according to
our wrist-watch computer if all the
salt in the oceans was removed and
poured evenly over the earth's land
surface, it would pile up to a height
of over 500 feet.
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Elmer Orr says that since the
financial cost of the space program in
tens of putting a man in orbit runs
to about $1,000 per pound, he's glad
Jackie Gleason isn't an astronaut ....
George Rahn and Dick Coy were
jockeying for position in the coffee
line the other day to see who would
get the last BIG empanada. George
won.
Janie Holgerson doesn't know it
yet, but the guys at Mirafiores Locks
voted her the Girl They Would-Most
Like to See Become the First Female
Towing Locomotive Operator (and
for you puzzle fans, that abbreviates
to GTWMLTSBTFFTLO).
a 0
SOGGY DOUGHNUT AWARD:
To Cleve Soper for the sign .on his
desk that reads: I'm not Fat- I'm
just short for my width!".

Victor Brown tells us that the latest
advertising gimmick in the States is
that of the Volkswagen people offer-
ing a $100 bond to the first baby that
is born in one cf their little cars. They
want to give more meaning to their
slogan, "there's always room for one
more.
Least likely to become a best-seller
is the book recently published in
East Germany titled, "Who's Who
In The CIA" . it's printed in code.

Don Lohse is directing the up-
coming Theater Guild production of
"Deadwood Dick", a melodrama in
a Western setting. The play will run
for 15 days starting May 1.
INSIDE DOPE: Look for the
first heavy rain of the season on April
13 or April 17 or April 22 or April 25
or May 2 or May 6 or anytime after
that....

Stella and Ed Frampton were the
guests of honor at a dinner party in
the Tivoli Guest House recently,
given by the members of the Gorgas
Coffee Club. Stella works in the
Coding Section at Gorgas. She's the
cheerful one who's so much fun to
talk to on the phone.
And word received from the States
tells us that Jim Hadstate, son of
Dorothy Hadstate, who worked at
the Corgas Blood Bank for many
years, has been named a Furman
Scholar by Furman University in
South Carolina. Jim attended Balboa
High School last year and is pres-
ently a senior at Summerville, (S.C.)
High School.

Probably the strangest story of the
week is that of "The Case of the
Missing Burro." While at the David
Fair, Mancha, one of the Panama
Canal burros, turned up missing.
Adrian Watson and Newton Skeet
went to search for the burro, after the
Guardia Nacional had been alerted.
Skeet found Mancha. Mancha found
Skeet-with a wellplaced kick. The
Guardia never showed up, because
Watson called the Missing Persons
Bureau instead of the Missing Burro
Bureau.






THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


April 11, 1969


Patrick and Nan Sullivan, a brother-and-sister equestrian
team, present Capt. Axton T. Jones, Director, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau, with tickets for the Second
Annual Gold Coast Classic Charity Horse Show to be
presented April 12 by the Fort Randolph Riding Club.
Pat and Nan are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sullivan of Coco Solo. The Show will be held at the Fort


Water-Wet But Unhealthy
Water pollution killed 11,591,000
fish in 40 States last year, Secretary
of the Interior Stewart L. Udall an-
nounced recently in releasing the
eighth annual fish kill census by the
Federal Water Pollution Control
Administration.
This was an increase of 2,476,000
or 21 percent over 1966 when
9,115,000 fish were killed in 46
States.


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FGAA Lunch

Is Scheduled

For April 25
A retired U.S. Armed Forces officer
and a Costa Rican citizen will be the
guest speakers at a luncheon of the
Canal Zone Chapter, Federal Gov-
ernmeht Accountants Association, to
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
Friday, April 25.
The subject to be discussed by the
speakers is the Costa Rican Residence
Program for retired U.S. citizens.
Retirees have been attracted to the
main cities and other areas of the
central Costa Rican plateau due to
the year round temperature of 72F
and the moderate cost of living.
For reservations, which must be
made in advance, call Mrs. Mary
Lynch at Balboa 2529 or contact
Charles Umnuss or John Sampson.

Some never know happiness until
they have lost it.

If at first you don't . succeed
by doing.


Randolph Riding Stables. Featuring 17 events for riders
of all ages, it will be an all-day affair. Tickets are 75 cents
for adults and 25 cents for children. Refreshments will
be sold. Proceeds of the Second Annual Gold Coast
Classic Charity Horse Show will be devoted to the
Association For Exceptional Children. Trophies and
ribbons will be awarded in each of the events.


Here Are Safety Tips

For Cristobal Cruise


Normally, the voyage between
New Orleans and Cristobal is a
peaceful one with calm seas and gen-
tle winds and as a result, passengers
tend to forget certain precautionary
measures that are necessary for their
safety at sea.


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But everyone who travels on the
SS Cristobal should always be pre-
pared for an unexpected roll of the
ship which can send unsecured
items crashing to the deck, breaking
glass, and perhaps causing injury to
passengers.
A few precautionary measures
which will help toward an accident-
free voyage are listed below:
1. Make certain that drawers and
doors are securely closed or latched.
2. Upon retiring, place vases and
all containers that won't fit in the
drawers on the deck in an out-of-the-
way place.
3. Make certain that ladders used
for upper bunks are safety secured
to the upper bunk.
4. The proper use of bath mats will
aid greatly in reducing slippery decks
in bathrooms.
5. Take advantage of the hand
holds in the showers.
Passengers will find a pyramid-
shaped card in their staterooms con-
taining information which will be of
great help to them while on board
the vessel. It is strongly recommended
that these cards be read, and the ob-
servance of these simple rules will
help assure a safe and pleasant voy-
age aboard the SS Cristobal.


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The Balboa Teenagers (Seniors), sponsored by VFW Post
No. 3822 are shown prior to the All-Star game which
they won by a score of 3 to 1. In winning the 1969
championship, VFW-Balboa won 20 of the 23 games
during the season. Shown in front in catcher's gear is
Jaime Rodriguez. First row, left to right, Mike Chmivez,
Charlie Gallardo, Jos6 Martin, Neil Frauenheim, Glenn


20 Teams To Compete


In Softball Tourney


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Softball buffs are expected to be
out in force this month for the fourth
annual Viceroy Invitational Slow
Pitch Softball Tournament which will
provide 12 straight days of competi-
tion.
The games will open April 16 and
continue through April 27 at the
Pacific Softball League Park in Bal-
boa. The tournament will go from
1 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Saturday
and Sundays, and Mondays through
Friday at 6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m., and
8:30 p.m.
Competing so far will be 20 teams


Balboa YMCA

Will Offer

SCUBA Course
The Armed Services YMCA of
Balboa has planned a National YMCA
Certified Scuba course that will start
Monday, May 12, at 7 p.m. at the
Balboa YMCA Pool. The course is
open to all persons 15 years of age
and over who are qualified swimmers
and can pass the physical exam.
This is the only YMCA Certified
Scuba Course in Panama and the
Canal Zone and as this is a popular
course, those interested are asked to
register early. All equipment is fur-
nished including the boat trip at the
end of the course.


CZ. Library-Museum Has


A New Bottle Collection


A collection of old bottles owned
by Charles and Lois Harrison of Los
Rios is now on display at the Canal
Zone Library-Museum. It replaced
a display of bottles belonging to
James P. McLaren.
The Harrisons, who are members
of ABCA, Antique Bottle Collectors
Association of Sacramento, Calif., are
exhibiting a small number of their
large collection of interesting, old
bottles. The display includes an as-
sortment of medicines, fo:ds, minia-
tures, Taboga black glass, blue bot-
tles, "dog" bottles, square gins, soda
pops, clays and a "vase" bottle
from the Las Cruces trail.
A number of the bottles, some of
them dating back more than a 100
years, originated in England, Ireland,
and Germany. The Taboga blacks,
always favorites with collectors, came
from England via the Pacific Steam
Navigation Co. which established a
ship repair facility on Morro Island,


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near Taboga, in 1847.. Most of these
bottles once contained brandy, wine,
ale, ginger beer, soda pop, and other
beverages. The wide-mouthed clay
jugs contained food products.
The dog bottle with an embossed
pointer holding a bird in its mouth
came from Germany. These contained
gin, whiskey, and possibly wine that
was traded between continents dur-
ing the later part of the 19th
century.
The "tear drop" bottles, used for
soda pop and often used as ballast
in ships from England and Scotland,
originated in London in 1832. Of
special interest, also, are the round
bottomed bottles from Ireland, both
of these designed to lay down so the
cork would be kept wet. If the cork
dried out, it popped!
One of the oldest specimens is the
Niagara bottle which contained soda
water, lemonade, and other sweet-
ened carbonated beverages. It has a
marble in its pinched top to let out
a jigger at a time and was developed
in England in 1860. One of these
bottles has Bocas del Toro on it and
was made later at a bottle factory
there.
The development of the metal
crown cap in 1892 succeeded the
Niagara bottle. A few years later,
semi-automatic machines came into
existence.


CZC Schedules
(Continued from p. 1)
is charged on the basis of $10 per
credit hour for sponsored students
and $28 per credit for nonsponsored
students. To be eligible to attend the
summer session, prospective students
must be high school graduates or the
holders of a GED equivalency cer-
tificate. Specific admission require-
ments can be secured from the Reg-
istrar or Counselor The, 11969 summri


... school director will Ixh Miss Maargaret
Burdick, and Vie Thompson. Back row, standing, left to Gately, Assistant Dean of the College.
right, Bob Wright, Charlie Myers, sponsor representative Copies of the 1969 summer session
Bob Knox, Jim Whitney, manager C. B. Myers, Tom schedule can he secured through the
Wesley, Tom Hermanny, Jim Ridge, and coach Jim Brig- iail by calling the C:llege adminis-
man. Not shown in the photo are Norman Goulet and, 2-2 ,
TimmyLane. trative fflice oil 2-23810, 2-2676l, ()or
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Police Division Chief Gaddis Wall congratulates Policeman Fred Robinson
on presenting him the 1st Expert trophy at the Canal Zone Annual Police
Shoot at Rancho Ramos near Cristobal.


from the Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone in the double
elimination tournament.
Teams participating are:
From the Pacific Softball League,
Abernathy, managed by William De
La Mater; Agewood, managed by
William Wigg; Chrysler, managed
by William Nickisher; Schlitz, man-
aged by Eddy Blog; Ron Cortez,
managed by James Riley, and Voit.
managed by James Morris.
From the Pacific Divisional League
at Paraiso, Club Windsor, managed
by Carlos Castillo; Goodrich, man-
aged by Rudolph Jemmott; PAA,
managed by Manuel Rivera; Rodrigo
Rodriguez, managed by Al Bowen,
and Villa Ciceres, managed by Wally
Cox.
Also, from Albrook AFB, Head-
quarters Squadron Section, and from
Fort Clayton, the Ben Gay League,
the Big Wheels, Post Headquarters,
4th Missile, and 4 Ply.
Also participating are the Atlantic
Firefighters, managed by Aubrey Wil-
mont; Canal Zone College, managed
by Isaac Hay, and Farmacia Pcpular,
managed by Tony Cordon.
Tabacalera Istmefia, S.A., pro-
ducers of Viceroy cigarettes, is spon-
soring the event and will award first,
second and third place team trophies,
18 individual player trophies for first
and second place teams, and fielder
and pitcher trophies.


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Spillway


Vol. VII, No. 43 Mds de 50 Ahos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 11 de Abril de 1969


Ordenan la


Reducci6n en


Los Calados
Debido al descenso en el nivel del
Lago Gatin, el calado maximo para
las naves que usan el Canal de Pana-
ma sera reducido nuevamente el 20
de abril en 6 pulgadas mAs, dejAn-
dose en 37 pies 6 pulgadas, segun ha
anunciado el Jefe de la Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n.
La reducci6n anterior en el calado
maiximo fue hecha la semana anterior
y entr6 en vigor el 9 abril. En esa
ocasi6n se baj6 de 38 pies 6 pulgadas
a 38 pies. La reducci6n que entra
en vigor el 20 de abril es la quinta
desde que comenz6 la estaci6n seca.
Desde fines de diciembre de 1968,
cuando el nivel del Lago Gatin
alcanz6 87.33 pies, el nivel ha bajado
a 85 pies y esta descendiendo a un
promedio de .03 de pie por dia. Se
espera que esta situaci6n continuanr
hasta el comienzo de las lluvias, posi-
blemente a principios de mayo.


Reunion
El Fondo Unido de la Zona del
Canal tendrA su reunion manual el
martes 15 de abril, a las 2 p.m. en
el Sal6n de Conferencias del Edificio
de Administraci6n de Balboa Heights.
Sera presentado el Informe Anual
del Presidente y durante la reu-
ni6n serin elegidos nuevos admi-
nistradores.
Se invita a los que han contribuido
al Fondo Unido a que asitan a la
reuni6n annual.


El Gobernador Alaba


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El Gobernador de la Zona del Canal W. P. Leber, present el trofeo del
"Mejor Tirador" al Policia Feliciano Villalobos, quien obtuvo el mejor
porcentaje de tiro durante el Torneo Anual de Tiro que tuvo lugar en el
Rancho Ramos del sector AtlAntico de la Zona del Canal.



Museo de la Zona Exhibe


Una Colecci6n de Botellas


Una colecci6n de botellas antiguas
de propiedad de los esposos Charles
y Lois Harriscn, de Los Rios, ha sido
puesta en exhibici6n en la Biblio-
teca-Museo de la Zona del Canal,
donde ha reemplazado la que es de
propiedad de James P. McLaren.
Los Harrison, quienes pertenecen
a la Asociaci6n de Coleccionistas de


Political Oficial Sobre


Las Deudas de Empleados


Los empleados del Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos que trabajan para la
empresa del Canal de Panama estin
en una posici6n singular. Con sus
actuaciones a la vista de tcdos en
este "puente del mundo", su com-
portamiento, para bien o para mal,
se refleja sobre la Zona del Canal y
sobre la empresa misma. De alli que
su comportamiento, en todos los
aspects, cobre especial importancia.
Uno de estcs aspects es el de sus
obligaciones pecuniarias.
Generalmente, la empresa del
Canal no se interest en lo que ousted
hace con su cheque. Cuanto gasta y
cuanto debe es algo personal, a menos
que sus asuntos econmnicos se com-
pliquen en tal forma que se convier-
tan en una carga para su patron.
Si 6sto ocurre, es muy probable que
la empresa del Canal se interest en
el asunto.
La political de la empresa del Canal
de PanamA en cuanto a las deudas de
sus empleados es la misma que la del
Cobierno de los Estados Unidos y se
express de la siguiente manera: "Un
empleado debera pagar cada una de
sus deudas legitimas a tiempo y de
manera adecuada . ." (C6digo de
Reglamentos Federales. Titulo 35,
Secci6n 255.735.36)
Una "deuda legitima" es una que,
de acuerdo con el derecho, delbe
pagarse. Pueden ser impuestcs, una
cuenta que usted acepta u otra deu-
da que un juzgado le haya ordenado
pagar. El no cumplir con deudas
contraidas despuos que se le lia
ordenado oficialmente q:ue lo haga
puede ser causa de que se tomen
medidas disciplinarias en su contra,
posiblemente hasta la destituci6n.
Y, dsi usted reclamara que tuna
deuda no es legitima? Por ejemplo,
si cierta mercancia no fue entregada
seg6n lo acordado o si la deuda tienc
como base un contrato illegal? En un
caso como Aste, dintervendril su pa-


tronc a favor de un acreedor? La
respuesta es no. La empresa del Canal
intervendrA en sus asuntos economi-
cos sblo si usted acepta la deuda o si
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Botellas Antiguas de Sacramento,
California, han puesto en exhibici6n
un ndmero reducido de su nutrida
colecci6n de botellas antiguas e inte-
resantes. La exhibici6n include vasi-
jas para medicines y alimentos, minia-
turas, de vidrio negro de Taboga,
azules, de "perro", cuadradas, de ar-
cilla y hasta una botella "jarr6n" pro-
veniente del Camino de Cruces.
Varias de las botellas, algunas de
las cuales datan de hace mis de un
siglo, son originarias de Inglaterra,
Irlanda y Alemania. Las botellas ne-
gras de Taboga, muy codiciadas por
los coleccionistas, vinieron desde In-
glaterra mediante la Pacific Steam
Navigation Co. (Cia. de Navegaci6n
a Vapor del Pacifico) que estableci6
un astillero en la Isla del Morro,
cerca de Taboga, en 1847. En su epo-
ca, estas botellas contenian brandy,
(Continma en la pdgina 4)


Trabajo en P.
Una carta laudatoria ha sido envia- Rainier.
da por el Gobernador W. P. Leber de Navi
a los jefes y al personal de las varias El tr
divisions que tuvieron a cargo el se inici
reciente reacondicionamiento de las cluy6 1
Esclusas de Pedro Miguel. mampa
El Gobernador sefiala en su carta les, tan
que el reacondicionamiento finalize la ocid
antes de lo programado, el 23 de nadas a
marzo de 1969. que ser
"El trabajo de campo", dice, "du- necesar
rante el cual una de las vias estuvo alcanta
fuera de servicio, s61o tard6 7 sema- las valv
nas; sin embargo, fue precedido por
muchos meses de esmerado trabajo
preparatorio en que tomaron parte VIS
muchas divisions del Canal de
Panama".
"Deseo expresarle mi alabanza, lo Esclu
mismo que a todos los miembros de Esclu
su division que partciparon en el Jardir
feliz planeamiento y ejecuci6n de Las C
este important trabajo". trh
Copias de la carta fueron enviadas Lanc
a M. B. Nickel, Jefe de la Divisi6n trAi
Industrial; H. W. Osborn, Ingeniero Trans
de Mantenimiento; J. S. Hearne, Jefe S
de la Divisi6n de Dragas; E. W. i
Zelnick, Ingeniero de Disefios; T.
H. Hoenke, Jefe de la Division
de Esclusas, y al CapitAn E. B.


Miguel

, Jefe Interino de la Divisi6n
egaci6n.
abajo en Pedro Miguel, que
6 a principios de febrero, in-
a instalaci6n de ranuras para
ros en las alcantarillas latera-
to en la via oriental como en
dental. Las ranuras estAn desti-
acomodar mamparos de acero,
An colocados, siempre que sea
io efectuar reparaciones en las
rillas central o laterales, o en
'ulas.


SITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
sas de Miraflores.___ 2,107
sas de Gat6n._..__._ 565
nes de Summit. ---- 195
Cruces,
nsitos parciales, 4___ 275
has pequefias,
nsitos parciales, 1 3
itos:
tatendam_____ 552
H.M.S. Endurance_ 110
Australis _-- 1,962
Gran total ___-__- 5,769


El program con que finalizaron los
Cursos de Verano, en el Sal6n de
Estudios de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, cont6 con una nove-
dosa atracci6n: la banda de instru-
mentos mAs grande con que se ha
contado desde 1963.
Unos 80 alumnos se interesaron en
la musica instrumental.
La banda de los principiantes, de
27 unidades, que ejecutaban con ocho
diferentes instrmnentos, causaron una
magnifica impresi6n.
Mucha parte de este gran exito se


- -







K!


W. G. Dolan, Jefe de la Divisi6n de Bomberos de la Zona
del Canal, al centro, aparece en la Escuela de Adiestra-
miento de Bomberos de Rodman con un grupo de bom-
beros que recibieron certificados como reconocimiento a
que no tuvieron accidents que causaran perdida de tiem-
po, durante 1 afio. De izquierda a derecha: Clarence B.


Pinnock, bombero; Charles E. Brown, operario y con-
ductor de carro bomba; el Jefe Dolan, David Failey,
bombero, y el Teniente James Bryant, comandante de
estaci6n de Bomberos de Rodman, quien recibi6 tambi6n
un certificado por no haber tenido accidents que causa-
ran p6rdida de tiempo en su estaci6n durante 5 afios.


debi6 a los esfuerzos de dos ayudan-
tes estudiantiles: Roberto Beverly,
quien ensefi6 los secrets de los ins-
trumentos de bronce a los j6venes
estudiantes, y Rogelio Innis, quien
los adiestr6 con los instruments de
cafia. Ellos ayudaron enormemente
al Profesor Reginald T. Prescott en
la consecuci6n del enorme 6xito que
signific6 la clase de m6sica instru-
mental durante el program.
Otro de los grandes 6xitos del
Curso de Verano de Rainbow City,
fue la clase de mecanografia. Los
alumnos, a las 6 semanas apenas de
haber comenzado el adiestramiento,
eran capaces de escribir a una velo-
cidad de 30 palabras por minute.
A la ceremonia de clausura de los
Cursos de Verano de la Secundaria de
Rainbow City asisti6 una gran can-
tidad de padres de familiar, quienes
lenos de satisfacci6n pudieron ver
el adelanto de sus hijos.
Presidi6 la ceremonia el Director
Interino de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, Profesor DuBois An-
drews, quien dirigi6 los cursos, y el
acto fue realzado con la presencia de
invitados especiales, entire ellos el
Honorable C6nsul de Jamaica en
Col6n, Don Oscar Savage; el Profesor
(Continia en la pdgina 4)



Egresados de


Notre Dame


Se Reuniran
El Club Notre Dame de PanamA
y la Zona del Canal celebrate la
Noche Universal este ailo a las 8 p.m.,
el 13 de abril, en el Restaurante
Panamar, en Calle 50, San Francisco
de la Caleta.
El invitado de honor sera el Arzo-
bispo Marcos C. McGrath, quien es
egresado de Notre Dame.
Las reservaciones para esa rnothe
pueden hacerse llamando a Ray
Laverty, Balboa 4125, o a Luis (arcia
de Paredes, 62-0122 Panamni.


Gran Exito Fueron Cursos


De Verano en Rainbow


At










SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Abril 11, 1969


PROGRAM


DEL CANAL 2

DOMINGO


9:30-
10:00-
11:00-
11:30-
12:00-
12:30-
2:30-
4:30-
6:00-
6:30-
7:00-
8:00-
9:00-
10:00-


Conozca el Mundo
Todo por la Patria
Alegrias
Mi Amigo el Mago
Loteria
Show del Mediodia
Reprise de la Novela de Ins fi
Los Invencibles
La Novicia Voladora
El Zorro
Disneylandia
El Gran Chaparral
Ladr6n sin Destino
Premiere de Gala


LUNES
11: 15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Lawnan
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Docunsentales
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:00--Lawman
5:15-Porky Pig Show
5:30-Abbott y Costello
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-Tres Patines
8:00-Dilema
9:00-Wojeck
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip



MARTES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Lawman
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Documentales
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:00-Lawman
5:30-Birdman
6:00-Telenovela
6:30--Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-Tres Patines
8:00-Ironside
9:00-Expectacion
9:30-Dragnet
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip



MIERCOLES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Lawman
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30--Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Documentales
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:00-Lawman
5:15-Porky Pig Show
5:30-Reino Salvaje
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd Abogado Defensor
9:30-Ballinger de Chicago
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip



JUEVES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Lawman
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Documentales
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:00-Lawmnan
5:30-Capitin Escarlata
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
8:00-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip



VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Lawman
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00--Show de la Una
2:00-Documentales
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:00-Lawman
5:15-Porky Pig Show
5:30-Superman
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-El Cafe Squirt
8:00-Los Invencibles de Nmresis
9:00-Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
9:30-Variedades de Silvia Pinal
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip


SABADO
10:00-Conozca el Mundo
11:00-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Pijaro Carpintero
12:00-Los Tres Chiflados
12:30-Noticias
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
2:00-Reprise de la Novela de las 7
4:00--Deportes en TV-2
6:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Tierra de Gigantes
8100-Mannix
9:00-Viaie a las Estrellas
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Cine Sibado


La Srta. Delia Valdivieso S. es ayu-
dante estudiantil en la Contaduria del
Canal de PanamA. Naci6 en la pro-
gresista ciudad de ChitrC en el inte-
rior de la Repiblica, donde asistic
a la escuela primaria en la Escuela
Hip6lito P6rez Tello. Luego se tra.-
lad6 a la ciudad capital, donde ingrc-
s6 a la Escuela Profesional Isabul
Herrera Obaldia, y alli se graduo
en Comcrcio. Actualmente, ctudia.i
Comercio Superior para un grado di.
Auditoria en la Universidad de Pan.,.
mA. Se le pregunta qu6 es lo que m..
le gusta de Chitr6, su pueblo natal, \
contest enseguida: "Chitrd". Es fi..
nitica dcl beisbol y especialmente Ic
encantan las competencias interpro.
vinciales de ese deported. "Sobre todo.
el Gran Clisico de Azuero", dice con
entusiasmo y agrega: "parcce que lo,
santefios ya perdieron las esperanzdi
de ganarnos a los herreranos". Le gu,.
ta much el cine, especialmente l.,i
peliculas detectivescas y de espio-
naje. Uno de sus mayores anhelos es
viajar a Sur AmBrica, especialmente
al Peri. Esti encantada con su ex-
periencia como ayudante estudiantil
en la Contaduria. Dice que no se
imaginaba la cantidad de panamefos
que trabajan alli. "Me siento como
en mi casa", es su expresi6n final.


Resguardos Para su Protecci6n

Protectores, tapas, defenses, resguardos . todos tienen algo en comun:
sirven para proteger contra dafios, averias, accidents.
Si usted tiene un pozo en el patio, le pone una tapa para que las basuras
no contaminen el agua y evitar que alguien pueda caerse en el mismo. Es un
resguardo. Si hay un nifio en la casa, coloca barrotes en las ventanas para
protegerlo contra una caida. Los barrotes son resguardos tambi(n.
En el taller, se ponen resguardos en las mAquinas para proteger a los tra-
bajadores contra la "fuerza destructora" de las maquinas. Cualquier parte
mrvil puede producer lesiones graves cuando alguien inadvertidamente se
pone en contact con la misma. Es un pulpo que devora cualquier presa.
Estos resguardos son tambien puntos de acceso para limpiar, aceitar, ins-
peccionar y reparar las maquinas. Si hay que hacer cualquiera de estos traba-
jos, antes que nada se para la miquina, despues se desconecta y por ultimo
se quita el resguardo. Pero, hecho el trabajo, hay que repetir la misma ope-
raci6n a la inversa. Los resguardos deben mantenerse puestos siempre que
funcione la maquina. Es su garantia de que no se producirAn accidents.
Hay quienes consideran que tomar precauciones es una flaqueza. Todo lo
contrario, quien se protege y se preocupa por proteger a los demis, demues-
tra buen juicio y superioridad. Es mejor dominar la maquina que dejar que
ella lo haga su victim. Por eso, dominela, protegiendose contra ella, usando
los resguardos y cumpliendo siempre las reglas de seguridad.


CUANDO USED IRECIBE
UNA LLAMADA

Identifiquese Cuando Conteste
"2240 .. habla la Srta. Fernmn-
dez, senior".
"Oficina del Sr. Brown . habla
la Srta. Ramos". . "Oficina de Di-
vulgaci6n, habla la Sra. de Ortiz".




SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mn. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicited express.
W. P. LEBER
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
R. S. HARTLINE
Vicegobernador
FBANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de Panama. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
yendo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights. Canal Zone.


Ir


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"I


Una suhcomisidn del Comitd In-
teramericano de la Alianza Para el
Progreso (CIAP) ha recomendado
que Barbados preste atenci6n prin-
cipal a las siguientes actividades:
turismo, agriculture, obras de infra-
estructura, suministro de agua, pesca,
adiestraniiento de trabajadores tec-
nicos, planificaci6n regional, bancos
de ahorros e integraci6n regional.


bustro el
calza:o con
SEGURIDAD
d c


Piopflm. de E tmak

ABRIL
11-13-Festival del Cafe en Boquete-Esa poblaci6n, llamada con raz6n El
Jardin de la Repiblica, se convertiri en estos dias en el centro
festive y turistico de Chiriqui y la Reptblica toda, con la pre-
sentaci6n de los products de las grandes fincas cafetaleras de
la region, teniendo como fondo una fantastica exposici6n floral.
El 10 de abril, en la noche, fue escogida entire las reinas invita-
das, la Reina del Festival, que fue coronada esa misma noche.
11-A las 7:30 p.m. y durante 2 horas, al igual que todos los viernes, se reu-
nir:i el Club Pan Amigos de Bailes de Cuadrillas Folkl6ricos. La
entrada es libre para todos los aficionados a estos bailes. El prop6sito
del club es promover recreaci6n en comnin al mayor ntimero de
personas y desarrollar lideres para el movimiento de Muchachas
Guias y para los programs de recreaci6n de verano.
13-Al igual que todos los domingos, se reunirai, de 4 a 6 p.m., el Grupo
de Adiestramiento de Lideres, en el JWB de Balboa.
15-La Orquesta Sinf6nica Nacional de Panama, bajo la direcci6n de Eduardo
Charpentier, ofrecerA un concierlo en PanamA La Vieja, a las 7:30
p.m. La entrada sera gratis. Este concerto es patrocinado por la
Direcci6n Nacional de Cultura del Ministerio de Educaci6n y forma
parte de la Temporada Artistica de Verano.
16-19-"Sueio de Una Noche de Verano" sera representado por los estu-
diantes de arte dramAtico de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa,
en el Auditorio de la Escuela, a las 8 p.m.
17-Prescntaci6n del Ballet Concierlo, dirigido por la Profesora Ginela
VAsquez, en el Colegio Jos6 Guardia Vega, en Col6n, a las 7:30 p.m.
La admisi6n sera gratis. El Ballet Concierto es patrocinado por la
Direcci6n de Cultura del Ministerio de Educaci6n.


_En Su Pantalla
PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY

Viernes 11,, CERRADO Flashman (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes ___CERRADara Of The Wilderness (AYC) This Island Earth (AYC)

Sbado 12___ Flashman (AYC) y CERRADO Born Free (AYC) y
SaMara Of The Wilderness (AYC) Winter A Go-Go (AY)

Domingo 13_ Charge Of The Light Brigade (A) To Sir, With Love (AY) Clambake (AYC)

Limes 14_. Charge Of The Light Brigade (A) Loss Of Innocence (A) Clambake (AYC)

Martcs 15___ CERRADO Matchless (A) Both Sides Of The Law (A)

Midrcoles 16- Loss Of Innocence (A) Red Tomahawk (AY) CERRAIDO

JIeves 17___ Matchless (A) CERRADO Sweet Bird Of Youth (A)y
Slave Of Rome (AY)
Bye Bye Birdie (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Vicrnes 18 CERRADO Trouble With Angels (AYC) Showdown (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Niios de 8 a 12.


Gente en la Noticia


Pagina 2


PROGRAM


DEL CANAL 4

DOMINGO
9:00-Documental
9:15-La Santa Misa
1 0:00-Todo por la Patria
11:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:00-Smilvese Quien Pueda
12:25-Carrousel Internacional
2:00-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Maya
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-E1 Santo
9:00-Hawaii Cinco 0
1 0.00-Estreno Sorpresivo

LUNES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
12:00-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Charlas y Dibujos Animados
4:00-Los Bucaneros
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
8:35-Primera Plana
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00--Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Enigma
11:00-Los Defensores

MARTES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
12:00--Msica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-El Hogar y La Escuela
4:00-Los Bucaneros
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00--Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Ruta 66
11:00-Los Defensores

MIERCOLES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15--Mfisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Muier Opina
4:00-Los Bucaneros
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
1:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-NMicronoticiero
Los Fahulosos 20
11:00-Los Defensores

JUEVES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
12:00-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Consejos Para la Salud
4:00-Los Bucaneros
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-InstantAneas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
6:4)--Noticias
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00--Micronoticiero y
Conflicts Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Jim West
11:00-Richard Diamond

VIERNES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
12:00-Milsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Camino de la Verdad
4:00-Los Bucaneros
4:30-Documental
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-P;iginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
6:40-Noticias
4:30-Cataplum
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00--Micronoticiero .
Conflictos Hiumanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-M)icronoticiero y La Ley del
Rev6lver
11:00-La Hora Cero

SABADO
11:30-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Oso y Yo
12:3)0-16roes dle Hogan
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Mujer Opina
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
4:00-Largo Metraje
5:30-Esa Chicha
6:35-Primera Plana
6:40-1Noticias
7:30-Sabados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
9:00-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
10:00-Superproducciones del Sibado


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Abril 11, 1969


Pagina 3


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Guia del Canal de Panama Cuenta sus



Impresiones al Subir al Volcan Baru


Jurgen Mossack con su vestimenta de alpinista bavaro, que incluye pantalones
de cuero de gamuza, sumamente fuerte para que no se rompan con las inevi-
tables caidas que frecuentemente tienen los que gustan del viril deported de
ascender empinadas montailas. Jurgen, ademAs de trabajar con el Servicio de
Guias de la Zona del Canal, estudia Derecho en la Universidad Santa Maria
La Antigua, en PanamA.


"Sentia un frio espantoso dentro
de mi saco de dormir. A las 11 p.m.
mir6 el reloj y luego el term6metro.
Marcaba 14' Fahrenheit".
Asi se expresaba Jurgen Mossack,
Guia de la Zona del Canal, al contar
sus experiencias en la cumbre del
VolcAn Bari, que con 3.434 metros
de altura, es la montaia mais alta de
la Repdblica de PanamA.
Y no es de extrafiar que Jurgen se
resistiese a career que se encontraba
en tierra panamefia, pues esa tem-
peratura estA a 100 Centigrados bajo
el punto de congelaci6n del agua, lo
cual no es usual en esta tierra tropical.
Alpinista Nato
Jurgen Mossack es alpinista p::r
naturaleza-naci6 hace 21 afios en
la region de Baviera, en Alemania,
donde abundan las altas montafias.
Vino a PanamA con su familiar hace
unos 8 afios y desde que vi6 el
VolcAn Bard por primera vez, sinti6
un deseo irresistible de Ilegar a la
cumbre. Cumpli6 su anhelo el 18 de
marzo, a las 4:15 p.m., luego de una
ascension de 8 horas 15 minutes,
desde la base del pico, situada a unos
1.400 metros sobre el nivel del mar.
Jurgen habia llegado cl dia anterior
al chalet estilo suizo que posee el
Sr. Kurt Hemmerling antiguo resi-
dente del lugar, en Bambito, sitio
muy cercano a las estribaciones del
Bard. Alli pas6 la noche y a la ma-
drugada siguiente, acompafiado de
"Villo", un pe6n de Hemmerling, y
del guia, Federico Ponce, sali6 en
su Volkswagen por un camino bastan-
te malo, hasta llegar a la base de la
empinada montafia.
Diversa Vegetaci6n
A las 7 a.m., iniciaron el ascenso.
"La floresta, a pesar de que los
arboles son diferentes, se parece mu-
cho a la europea, por la ausencia de
malezas", comenta Jurgen. Cuenta
que los Arboles son altisimos, de unos
50 pies los mas pequefios, y cubiertos
de musgo. Pero la primera parte de
la ascension, en el lugar conocido
como "Valle Verde", se hace por un
Area de unas 5 millas cuadradas bas-
tante despejada, donde lo inico que
se encuentra son numerosos cactos
de hojas muy gruesas y de poca
altura.
La verdadera ascension comienza


al terminal el Area de los cactos y se
entra en la floresta que se extiende
hasta unos 2.000 metros sobre el nivel
del mar, donde disminuye much el
tamafio de los Arboles hasta llegar
aproximadamente a los 3.000 metros
de altura. Despubs solo hay uno que
otro arbusto de poco tanmaio, tambi6n
cubiertos por el musgo. A mitad de
la subida, en un lugar conocide como
"El Chorro", hay un pozo donde
Jurgen y sus acompafiantes llenaron
sus cantimploras. "Y hay que hacer-
lo", dice "porque en el resto de la
ascension no se encuentia gota de
agua. La de El Chorro tiene un sabor
raro, pero es muy buena par quitar
la sed".
Ni PAjaros Habia
A las 4:15 p.m. llegaron a la cum-
bre del volcAn. "El silencio es im-
presionante", dice Mossack, "lo unico
que se escucha es el ulular del viento,
que por la noche alcanza a mas de
40 millas por hora y el ruido de unas
enormes moscas, que son los 6niccs
insects que se encuentran alli". La
ascensi6n fue sumamente penosa y
dura; les habia llevado 9 horas y 15
minutes, contando la hora que des-
cansaron en El Chorro.
"Pero el especticulo que contem-
plamoas desde la cumbre valia la
pcna", dice Mossack. "No pudimos
ver los dos mares debido a que habia
muchas nubes, pero si se veia muy
bien las ciudades de David, Boquete
y Concepci6n, y la poblaci6n de Vol-
can, a nuestros pies. Apenas anoche-
ci6, hicimos sefias con nuestras lin-
ternas, en direcci6n a Paso Ancho,
donde habiamos convenido que nos
estaria observando Henmmerling, para
saber que habiamos Ilegado a la cum-
bre. Nos contest con los faroles de
su autom6vil.
Al dia siguiente, despu6s de haber
pasado una de las noches mas frias
de su vida, en la cumbre del VolcAn
Bard, Mossack y sus dos acompafian-
tes empezaron el descenso a las 8
a.m. Fue, como sucede siempre en las
montaiias, much mAs duro el des-
censo que la subida. "Los pies me
dolian horriblemente", dice Mossack
"y hubo mementos en que creia que
no podria continuar, pero hice de
tripas coraz6n y a las 2 p.m. esti-
bamos en la base del pico y junto a
mi autom6vil.


Lavas Muy Antiguas
Jurgen dice que se nota a primera
vista que la ltima vez que el Bari
hizo erupci6n fue hace muchisimo
ailos. En primer lugar, el crAter ya
ha desaparecido. En las laderas del
Barn, seg6n le cont6 Hemmerling, se
encuentran dos capas de lava y ceni-
za volcanica. La superior, segin estu-
dics hechos en la Universidad Kroing,
en Holanda, debi6 haber salido del
volcan hace unos 2.000 alios. Debajo
de esa capa de lava se encuentran
muchos articulos fabricados por los
indios de PanamA. Pero todavia mis
abajo, existe otra capa de lava que
segin los estudics sali6 del volcin
otros 2.000 afios antes. Debajo de esa
capa tambien se encuentran articulos
manufacturados por los aborigenes,
por lo que se deduce que la civili-
zaci6n indigena de Panami comenz6
hace mas de 4.000 afios.

El Instinto de Natura
Seg6n le cont6 Hemmerling a
Mossack, soldados del ej6rcito de
Estados Unidos fueron los primeros
en subir a la cumbre del Bar6, alli
por 1940. Como no habia camino y
tenian que Ilevar much impedimen-
ta, tardaban 24 dias en Ilegar a la
cumbre. Luego de muchos de esos
viajes, encontraron por casualidad
una trocha hecha por los tapires o
machoss de monte" como los llaman
en PanamA. La trocha de los tapires,
pasaba por el niico paso, o "port6n"
como lo llaman en la region, que da
acceso relativamente fAcil al pico.
Siguieron la trocha de los tapires y
subieron a la cumbre en 8 horas, que
es el tiempo que Ileva actualmente.
Dice Mossack que en ]a cumbre,
a excepci6n de pequefias formaciones
de azufre cristalizado, no se encuen-
tran otros minerales.
Mossack, reside en la Urbanizaci6n
Las Cumbres de la ciudad de PanamA
y es hijo de Peter E. Mossack, Geren-
te de la linea de aviaci6n Lufthansa
en PanamA, Director de la Oficina de
Prensa Alemana para Centro Am6ri-
ca y el Caribe, y president de la
Uni6n Alemana de Exportaci6n,
S.A., de la Zona Libre de Col6n.


La produccion de cobre de Chile
correspondiente a la primer mitad
de 1967 fue de 323.377 toneladas
metricas, y bastante mayor en con-
secuencia a la cifra correspondiente
al mismo period de 1966, la cual
fue de 276.449. Los embarques fue-
ron de 319.173 toneladas metricas;
y, en la primera mitad de 1966, de
254.549.


Alfredo Cragwell, Director de la
Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City,
anda en estos dias mAs content que
unas pascuas. Y con raz6n. Don Al-
fredo acaba de comprarse un belli-
simo Ford Fairlane 500, Modelo 1969,
tipo deportivo de dos puertas con
capota negra de vinilo y de un color
verde cafia dorado que es la sensa-
ci6n del sector AtlAntico. Hace unos
dias vimos la tremenda mAquina esta-
cionada cerca de la fAbrica de hielo
de Folks River y un grupo numeroso
de personas se encontraba admirin-
dolo.


Si ustedes creen que los altos fun-
cionarios, tanto de dependencias ofi-
ciales como de empresas particulares,
no gustan de practicar los deportes,
estAn muy equivocados. Por lo menos
en lo que a Col6n se refiere. Y si quie-
ren convencerse, pasen on domingo
por la tarde por la poblaci6n de Min-
di, en la carretera que va a Gatdn.
En el campo de juegos de ese lugar
verin jugando softbol entire otros, al
senior Alcalde de la ciudad de Col6n,
Eduardo de La Espriella; a Hans
Newman, Gerente de la Sucursal del
Banco Fiduciario en la ciudad de
Col6n; a Julian Rosales, subgerente
del First National City Bank de
Col6n; a Eladi'o Robles, a quien por
algo llaman "El Tigre de la Esso"
en Col6n; los ingenieros Salvador
SAnchez y "Chicho" Herazo, de la
Refineria PanamA; a los hombres de
negocios de la Zona Libre y de la
ciudad de Col6n, Peter Stewart y
David Cohen, y al popular Tombs
Martin Feuillet, administrator de
bienes raices en Col6n y Gobernador
de los Clubes 20-30 de toda la Repd-
blica de Panami.
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Antonio A. Sousa, del Ramo del
Diario General y Procesamiento de la
Contraloria se fue "a lo chepano"
(sin despedirse de nadie) para M6xi-
co. Sousa habia estado anteriormente
en M6xico. Esta vez recorri6 una gran
parte de la naci6n mexicana y conoci6
una ciudad que no habia visitado:
Guadalajara. Le preguntamos acerca
de lo que mAs le habia gustado. La


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La majestuosa cumbre del VolcAn Bard, vista desde los mAs de 1.000 metros. El camino por donde se sube hoy
alrededores de Hato VolcAn, a una altura de un poco fue encontrado por los tapires.


contestaci6n vino rApida: "Las tapa-
tias".

Todos los que trabajan en el Ramo
de Seguridad se encuentran haciendo
votos por la salud de Dennis Porre-
1lo, hijo del Funcionario de Seguridad
de ese ramo Peter Porrello. Los de la
redacci6n del SPILLWAY tambi6n ele-
vamos nuestras preces al Todopo-
deroso porque Dennis, quien fuera
herido en acci6n en Vietnam, recu-
pere pronto la salud.
ao o
La Feria de Azuero, segdn todos
los informes que nos han llegado,
result un complete 6xito tanto para
la region que la present como para
los visitantes que quedaron encan-
tados con las muestras del progress
de la Peninsula de Azuero.
S0 0 *
Nos contaron que uno de los luga-
res mis concurridos de la Feria de
Azuero fue la pista de exhibici6n de
ganado vacuno y caballar. Por la
Feria de Azuero vimos a dos asiduos
concurrentes: el Ing. Ricardo Pasco,
de la Divisi6n de Dragas, y su distin-
guida esposa, Irma de Pasco, del
Ramo de Seguridad del Canal de
Panama.

Los esposos Pasco llegaron a la
Feria de Azuero como acostumbran,
con atuendos de montar. Y le toc6
a la Sra. de Pasco demostrar sus
cualidades de perfect amazona,
cuando le pidieron que montara uno
de los equinos, durante el juzgamien-
to de caballos. El ejemplar no se llev6
ninguna cinta, pero Irma de Pasco
se llev6 los aplausos de la con-
currencia por su magnifico dominio
de la equitaci6n.
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Y ya que hablamos de las ferias del
Interior no podemos dejar de darle
su cualquier felicitaci6n a los con-
ductores de autom6viles Alvin Hamil-
ton, y Abraham Castroverde que
trabajaron en varias de ellas, lo mismo
que a Lorenzo Barrera que si fue a
todas ellas operando el cami6n en
que se transport gran parte del
material.









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Abril 11, 1969


ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS
(Viene del numero anterior)


DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Division de Servicios Comunales
Juana M. Joly, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Division de Tenninales, a Oficinis-
ta Esten6grafa.
Ram6n Flores, Primer Capataz Asea-
dor a Capataz General de Asea-
dores.
James R. Shirley, Cerente, Proyecto
de Vivienda a Superintendente,
Ramo de Vivienda.
Division de Abastos
Frank A. Burke, Obrero, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales, a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados).
Enrique R. Small, Marcador de Car-
ga, Divisi6n de Terminales, a Ca-
jero, Almacen de Ventas.
Raymond P. Laverty, Gerente de Pro-
grama (Sub-Gerente General, Divi-
si6n de Abastos) a Gerente de Pro-
grama (Gerente General, Divisi6n
de Abastos).
Walter J. Murrell, Asistente Carnice-
ro a Carnicero.
Frederick W. Taylor, Jr.. Almacenero
a Encargado de Existencias.
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Margaret A. Rusell, Oficinista Este-
n6grafa a Secretaria Esten6grafa.
Division de Electricidad
Jerry L. Hall, Principiante (Manteni-
miento) 3a Clase a Aprendiz (Elec-
tricista) 3er. Afio.
Oscar R. Thompson, Mozo de Oficios,
Servicio de Comidas a Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados).
John M. Sanders, Electricista a Pri-
mer Capataz Electricista.
Robert E. Holland, Ingeniero MecA-
nico de Turno a Jefe Operario,
Pruebas Mecinicas (Sistema de
Energia).
Leslie D. Wood, Primer Capataz
Electricista, Capataz General Elec-
tricista.
Curtis H. George, Capataz General
Electricista a Jefe Capataz, Mante-
nimiento e Instalaci6n E16ctrica.
Thomas C. Robertson, Jefe Capataz,
Mantenimiento e Instalaci6n Elc-
trica a Subjefe T6cnico de Inge-
nieria Electr6nica.
Division de Dragas
John G. Witt, Piloto, Draga, a Ope-
rario, Draga.
Robert F. Fearon, Barrenero, Tala-
dro, a Piloto, Draga.
Leo L. Sainten, Obrero (Trabaio Pesa-
do) a Conductor de Cami6n.
Clate Riddle, Capataz Electricista
(Guardalineas) a Primer Capataz
Electricista.
Russell C. Stevens, Superintendente
de Mantenimiento (Rios y Puertos)
a Superintendent de Construc-
ci6n y Mantenimiento (Rios y
Puertos) (Asistente Jefe, Opera-
ciones).
Division de Mantenimiento
Frederick A. Barnett, Jr., Principiante
(Ayudante MecAnico de Refrigera-
ci6n y Aire Acondicionado) 2a
Clase, a Ayudante Mecanico de
Refrigeraci6n y Aire Acondicio-
nado.
Carlos Rice, Principiante Montador
de Tuberia a Tendedor de Tuberia.
Epifanio M. Hernindez, Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados) a Ayudante General.
DIRECTION DE
ASUNTOS CIVILES
Secci6n de Licencias
Lily Fung, Oficinista Mecan6grafa,
(Entrenamiento Estenogrifico) a
Oficinista Mecan6grafa.
Division de Bomberos
Joseph C. Martin, Bombero (Con-
ductor de Vehiculos) a Sargento,
Cuerpo de Bomberos.
Division de Policia
Andrew M. Wright, Jr., Detective a
Sargento de Policia.
Edward V. Amason, Sargento Detec-
tive a Teniente de Policia.
Cato May, Policia Raso a Detective.
Division de Aduanas
Milan Ferry, Encargado de Oficina
de Distribuci6n, Divisi6n de Co-
rrecs, a Agente de Aduanas.
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Hospital Gorgas
Roy M. Morris, Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria a Auxiliar de Enfermeria (Me-
dicina General y Cirugia).
OTROS
Marcos Reyna, Henry J. Jempierre,
Auxilar de Topografia, Divisi6n de
Ingenieria.
Lina del C. Mufioz, Oficinista Este-
n6grafa, Divisi6n Industrial.


Gerald R. Hajarian, Farmaceuta, Hos-
pital Corgas.
Joseph H. White, Funcionario En-
cargado de la Administraci6n de
Abastos (Jefe de la Divisi6n de
Almacenes).
Fannie P. HernAndez, Escritora, Ofi-
cina de Informaci6n del Canal de
PanamA.
Carey J. Goodwin, Jr., Programador
de Computadoras, Divisi6n de Ela-
boraci6n de Datos.
Ruth E. Moyer, Secretaria Esten6-
grafa, Hospital de Coco Solo.
Yolanda M. Cox, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
Emilio A. Rivera, Jr., Tecnico de
Computadoras, Divisi6n de Elabo-
raci6n de Datos.
Robert E. Eggleston, Analista de
Tarifas, Divisi6n de Presupuesto
y Tarifas.
Nuris A. Ferguson, Aprendiz Estu-
diantil (Infornaci6n y Artes) Pro-
grama Cooperativo de Educaci6n.
Ruth A. Fishbough, Bibliotecaria de
Historiales Medicos, Hospital Gor-
gas.
Nello T. Rosania, Ayudante de Servi-
cios Administrativos, Divisi6n de
Esclusas.
Robert L. Allen, Oficinista, Servicio
de Admisi6n, Hospital de Coco
Solo.
Jeanne R. Allen, Ayudante Adminis-
trativo, Oficina del Director, Di-
recci6n de Marina.
Evelyn G. Faulkener, Bibliotecaria
de Historiales, Hospital de Corozal.
Glenn A. Foster, Oficinista de Abas-
tos, Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Edward B. Webster, Gerente, Proyec-
to de Vivienda, Divisi6n de Servi-
cios Comunales.
Kathleen M. Huffman, Oficinista En-
cargada de Cuentas Corrientes, Di-
visi6n de Terminales.


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Aviso

Se recuerda a todas las unidades
del Canal que la Secci6n B, de Bal-
boa, y la Secci6n X, de Crist6bal,
estaran cerradas por inventario, el
martes 15 de abril, y para recuento
el jueves, 19 de mayo.



A la Venta Boletos


De Producci6n de la


Escuela de Balboa

Ya estin a ]a venta los boletos para
"Suefio de Una Noche de Verano"
de Shakespeare, producci6n del Club
DramAtico de la Escuela Secundaria
de Balboa, que sera presentado en el
auditorio de la escuela del 16 al 19
de abril. Tambien se estAn aceptando
reservaciones.
Duendes mal6volos y hadas de
color verde constituyen los persona-
jes de esta producci6n. A pesar de
ser tan pequefios e inofensivos, pare-
cieron muy reales a los aficionados al
teatro de la era shakespeariana.
Entre los muchos papeles que
require esta fantasia estan los que
interpretan Stella Tremblay, Marcia
Makibbin, Lonny Johnston y Mike
Senzer, como amantes. Jerry Harvey
y Ed Lee hacen de bufones.
Para sus reservaciones, Ilamen a
Balboa 3129, de 8 a.m. a las 4 p.m.
El precio de los boletos es de $1 para
adults y de 50 centavos para los
miembros de la Sociedad de Alumnos
y para los niios.


Softbol Viceroy



Comenzara el 16


Se espera que una gran cantidad
de fanAticos se de cita este mes du-
rante el Cuarto Torneo Invitacional
Viceroy de Softbol de Bola Lenta,
que proporcionarA la emoci6n de 12
dias seguidos de competencias.
Los juegos se iniciarAn el 16 de
abril y continuarAn hasta el 27 de
este mes y tendrAn lugar todos en
el Estadio de la Liga de Softbol del
Pacifico, en Balboa. Los sabados y
domingos se jugarA desde las 1 p.m.
hasta las 10:30 p.m., mientras que
de lunes a viernes, los juegos serin
a las 6:30, 7:30 y 8:30 p.m.
Los equipos que participarAn son
los siguientes:
Abernathy, dirigido por William
De La Mater; Agewoid, dirigido por
William Wigg; Chrysler, bajo la
direcci6n de William Nickisher;
Schlitz, comandado por Eddy Blog;
Ron Cortez, timoneado por James
Riley, y Voit, dirigido por James
Morris. Estos pertenecen a la Liga
de Softbol del Pacifico.
Representando a la Liga Divisional
del Pacifico, ouya sede esta en Parai-
so, jugarin los siguientes equipcs;
Club Windsor, bajo la direcci6n de
Carlos Castillo; Goodrich, dirigido por
Rudolph Jemmott; PAA, comandado


Gran Exito Fueron . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Juan Santamaria, del Colegio Abel
Bravo de la ciudad de Col6n; muchos
educadores de la ciudad de Col6n,
y los miembros del Consejo Civico de
la comunidad.

















...y aqui s done probamosl o zxa-
paros do seguridad".


por Manuel Rivera; Rodrigo Rodri-
guez, piloteado por Al Bowen, y Villa
Caceres, bajo la direcci6n de Wally
Cox.
Participarin el Escuadr6n de la
Secci6n del Cuartel General de la
Base de Albrook, y la Liga Ben Gay,
los Big Wheels, el Cuartel General
del Puesto, el Cuarto de Proyectiles
y el 4 Ply, de Fuerte Clayton.
Tambien tomarAn parte los Bom-
beros del AtlAntico, dirigidcs por
Aubrey Wilmont; la Universidad de
la Zona del Canal, bajo la direcci6n
de Isaac Hay, y Fannacia Popular,
con Tony Gordon al tim6n.
La Tabacalera Istmefia, S.A. ma-
nufacturadores de los cigarrillos Vice-
roy, patrocina el event y otorgarA
trofeos a los equipos que queden
en primero, segundo y tercer lugar,
ademAs de 18 trofeos individuals
para los jugadores de los equipos que
queden en primero y segundo lugar.
Tambi6n habrA trofeos para lanza-
dores y jardineros.


Political Oficial Sobre ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
el reclamo de su acreedor es aceptado
por un juzgado de jurisdicci6n com-
petente. Cualquier dispute sobre la
validez de la suma adeudada deberA
ser resuelta en los tribunales.
Hay un factor de gran importancia
en la political que el Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos sigue en cuanto a las
deudas de sus empleados. Si usted
estuviera trabajando para otro patro-
no que no fuera el Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos, su sucldo podria ser
embargado. Pero el hecho de que su
sueldo no puede ser embargado, no
significa que usted puede usar esta
inmunidad como un escudo con el
cual protegerse para no pagar sus
deudas legitimas. Por el contrario,
este hecho le impone a usted una
responsabilidad muy especial en lo
que se refiere al pago de sus cuentas.
Usted puede obtener informaci6n
especial sobre los problems relacio-
nados con las deudas de los empleados
visitando a los Asesores Sobre Deu-
das de la Direcci6n de Personal en el
Edificio 366, Anc6n, Zona del Canal,
y el Edificio 1004, Crist6bal, Zona
del Canal, o llamandolos a los tel&-
fonos 2-1234 6 3-2118.


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Diana Samaniego y CUsar Mufioz, del pueblo de San Jose, en el Interior
de PanamA, estan felices luego de haber encontrado canastas de Pascua
Florida aue habian sido escondidas en el Area de meriendas de los Jardines
de Summit. Un grupo de 40 nifos de ese poblado fueron invitados del Club
de Futuras Maestras de America de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa, quienes
les brindaron una gira por su escuela, una visit a las Esclusas de Miraflores,
un viaje por el Canal y una merienda con su correspondiente buisqueda de
huevos de Pascua en los Jardines de Summit.


Nifos del Interior Pasaron


Pascua Florida en el Canal


Cuarenta nifios de la aldea de San
Jos6, en el Interior de PanamA, re-
cordarAn por largo tiempo esta tem-
porada de Pascua Florida. Los niios,
de 6 a 10 afios de edad, fueron invi-
tados del Club de Futuras Maestras
de Amnrica de la Escuela Secundaria
de Balboa, quienes les brindaron un
dia complete de actividades.
Los nifios, con cinco adults que
los acompafiaron, y las integrantes del
Club de Futuras Maestras, visitaron
varies de los salones de classes de la
Escuela Secundaria, estuvieron en las
Esclusas de Miraflores, hicieron un
trAnsito parcial en la 'lancha Las
Cruces y luego gozaron de un al-
muerzo y bifsqueda de huevos de
Pascua Florida en los Jardines de
Summit.
Luego del almuerzo, preparado
por las anfitrionas, los nifios escucha-
ron un cuento acerca del conejo de
la Pascua Florida y fueron grata-
mente sorprendidos cuando una ver-
dadera "conejita", ;epresentada por
Gail Goodrich, hizo su aparici6n.
Luego de diferentes juegos y diver-
siones, los niios gozaron de lo lindo
buscando canastas de regales de Pas-
cua Florida que habian sido escon-
didas en el Area de meriendas de
Summit. Luego siguieron buscando
huevos.
Cada nihio recibi6 de regal dos
libros de cuentos en espaiol y otros
libros para sus hennanitos mis pe-
quelios. Para sus hermanos mayores
recibieron otra canasta de Pascua
Florida con huevitos hennosamente
coloreados.
Toda esa alegria y todos esos rega-
los fueron posibles debido a los es-
fuerzos de las integrantes del Club y a
la cooperaci6n de Edmund Stall-
worth, empleado de la Divisi6n de
Correos del Canal de PanamA, de la
Sra. Emilda de Coronado, resident
de San Jos6, de la Sra. Ruby Bissett,
patrocinadora del Club, y de los


miembros del Servicio de Guias de
la Zona del Canal.
Dalys Vargas y Elizabeth Grabow-
sky, estuvieron a cargo de la visit
a la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa.
Carolyn Johnson, Elaine Catzorla,
Kathy Thomason y Linda- Hayde
formaron el comit6 de finanzas. Las
tarjetas de identificaci6n para los
nifios fueron confeccionadas por Beth
Baglien, Caryl Soucie y Linda Weed.
Cathy Hoyle y su comit6, integrado
por Peggy Davidson, Lynn Smith,
Trudy Hawkins y Ann Bowen, estu-
vieron a cargo.de los alimentos y
refrescos.
Judy Doubleday cont6 el cuento
del conejito de Pascuas y Antoinette
Hancock dirigi6 las actividades depor-
tivas que plane conjuntamente con
Mary Floyd, Chris House y Melinda
Garcia. Virginia Hoyle y Carroll Den-
nis estuvieron a cargo de los huevi-
tos y conejitos de chocolate, mientras
que Connie Divine presidi6 el comity
de libros y Denise Schermerhorn y
Linda Paas se encargaron de dar los
libros a los nifios. Durante la excur-
si6n, cada miembro del Club de
Futuras Maestras de Amirica estuvo
a cargo de dos niios invitados.


Colecci6n de Botellas . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
vino, cerveza, cerveza de gengibre,
refrescos y otras bebidas. Las dama-
juanas de cuello ancho, hechas de
arcilla, eran para alimentos.
Una de las botellas mas antiguas
es la Niagara, que se usaba para
refrescos dulces carbonados. Tiene
una bola en el extreme superior a
fin de servir una media a la vez. Se
fabric en Inglaterra en 1860. Una
de estas botellas tiene la inscripci6n
"Bocas del Toro" y se fabric mis
tarde en una plant de botellas alli.


Una parte de la banda de alumnos avanzados, de los Cursos de Verano dic-
tados en la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City durante las vacaciones,
ejecuta uno de los nimeros instrumentales que fueron muy aplaudidos.
Dirigi6 las classes de mfsica instrumental el Profesor R. T. Prescott.


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