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Publication Date: January 11, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 30, 1957 (experimental issue)-v.1 no.32 (Jan. 25, 1963).
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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum-


Canal To Take Part - January 19-21


IT'S FAIR TIME IN OCU


The Panama Canal will have two booths
at the Agricultural and Industrial Fair in
Oci on January 19 to 21. The Canal
exhibits will be highlighted by a Panama
Canal documentary film, a model of Mira-
flores Locks from the Canal Zone Museum,
and selected Canal scenes shown by
Selectrovision.
Small children attending the fair will
have an opportunity to ride the Panama
Canal burritos, Mancha and Gato, who
are becoming seasoned fairgoers. The
burros normally are part of the menagerie
at Summit Gardens.



National Security

Seminar For Zone
The topic will be the National Security
of the United States, the dates will be
February 11, 12, and 13, and the place will
be the Balboa Theater. If you're a U.S.
citizen and want to hear what promises
to be a first-class educational program on
current national security of the United
States, plan to attend. Each session will
be 4 hours long.
Presenting the program will be a team
of military personnel and lecturers from the
Industrial College of the Armed Forces in
Washington, D.C. Armed with the latest
information, they will discuss the full
array of subjects encompassed by national
security.
This discussion is presented regularly in
12 to 14 cities of the United States each
year. It will be a one-time affair in the
Canal Zone, with little likelihood that it
will be repeated any time soon.


The Oci Fair program includes riding
exhibitions, bullfights, cockfights, folklore
presentations, popular dances, stock com-
petitions, and the first draught animal
contest to be held in the Republic.
Lodging in Oc6, Chitre, and Santiago
will be available for those who attend the
fair and want to stay overnight. Reserva-
tions may be made by telephoning the
Panama Canal Information Office, Balboa
1477.
Oci, which has a population of 1,617
persons, is widely known for the beautiful
polleras and montuno hats which are
fashioned by its residents and natives of
the area. Located in Herrera Province,
Oci and vicinity offer many picturesque
scenes for visiting photographers and sight-

In a rut? Tired of the same old activi-
ties weekend after weekend? Give your-
self and family a break from the routine
and the humdrum. The Ocu Fair will
open Saturday, January 19, and is ideal
to give yourself "a change." The fair-
grounds are 139 miles from Panama City,
just a 4-hour drive over a good highway,
with plenty of rest spots along the way.
How about it?

seers, who also will have a chance to meet
Panamanian descendents of the Spanish
conquistadores.
Admission fee to the fair is 10 cents,
with each admission ticket also representing
one chance in a raffle for a bull.
In addition to the attractions offered at
the fair itself, the Oci area has two bathing
beaches. "El Paso Ancho" is a 5-minute
drive from town, while "El Chorro" is a
10-minute drive.


Passengers of the Athenic of the Shaw Savill Line, above, were among those who have
heard running commentaries on ships' transits through the Canal recently. Microphones
used by members of the Canal Zone Guide Service staff are connected to the ships' public
address systems. Landmarks, locks operation, and the Canal's construction and function
as a funnel for world commerce are noted and explained. This service, added recently, is
available to shipping lines upon request. Fred Berest, acting supervisor of the guide service,
is at the microphone above.


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Agriculture is the principal industry in the Oc6 area, where oxen still play a major role
in meeting farm-to-market transportation needs of the farmers, many of whom will be
participating in the agricultural and industrial fair there this month.












PILLWAY



Vol. 1, No. 30 Weekly publication of the Panama Canal Friday, January 11, 1963


The Flag Is Up


CARNIVAL'S COMING


The spirit of Carnival came swishing
across the Isthmus in the wake of the holi-
day season, as the traditional flags were
raised in Panama and the Canal Zone, to
mark the season of preparation.
The flag went up in Panama on Jan-
uary 5, and 4 days later top Panama Canal
officials participated in hoisting the banner
high in the Canal Zone. Those taking part
in the Wednesday flag-raising included the
1962 Carnival Queens of Panama and the


Who's Boss In This Outfit?
"The number of traffic engineers in
any community is in direct relationship
to the population-except that there are
more traffic engineers than there is
population because of 'out-of-town'
visitors," according to Mel Millard,
traffic technician of the E & C Bureau.
Mel's not bitter, though. He makes
the remark with a cheerful grin when-
ever bearded about this, that, or the
other thing that's "wrong" with Zone
traffic control situations.


Canal Zone-Queen Charito I and Queen
Irene I.
Pre-Carnival festivities got an early start
(the 4-day Carnival starts on February 23)
with a brief party at the Tivoli Guest
House immediately after the triangular
blue-and-white Carnival banner was raised
there. Panama's Carnival Junta, headed by
Enrique Rogers, and the Canal Zone Car-
nival Committee headed by Frank Hirt,
both participated in the flag-raising and
subsequent activities.
Music for the occasion was provided by
the 79th U.S. Army Band of Fort Kobbe
and a typical "Murga" in gay Carnival
costume.
Canal Zone participation in this year's
Carnival will include two floats for the
Canal Zone Queen and her Ladies-in-
Waiting, both of which will appear in the
traditional Tuesday parade. One of the
floats also will participate in the Sunday
Pollera Parade.
Both Mr. Rogers and Mr. Hirt have
pledged themselves to a Carnival truly to
be remembered-and fun aplenty for all.


See You On The Pitch, Old Chap


Cricket Season's Underway On The Isthmus


You've read about it in British mysteries.
You know it holds the same spot among
British sports enthusiasts that baseball does
in the United States. But did you know
that it is popular on the Isthmus, among
both Panamanians and British?
The game, of course, is cricket. Con-
taining elements of both hockey and base-
ball, the game has been played for many
years in the British Isles and has spread
around the world. On the Isthmus, games
usually are played on Sunday afternoons
at Paraiso, Rainbow City, and Mount
Hope, throughout the January-June season.
The British Ambassador to Panama,
George E. Vaughan, is a batsman on the
Panama Cricket Club, which also includes
a number of other British Embassy per-


sonnel. This team participated in the
season opener this year, opposing players
from the Royal Yacht Britannia at Paraiso
on New Year's Day. The Yachtsmen won,
scoring 84 runs to 79 for the local team.
What is cricket and how is it played?
With an able assist from A. Scott Francis,
Panama American reporter, we offer the
following:
There are 11 players on a full team. All
11 take to the field on the non-batting team,
while two batsmen at a time participate
from the batting team.
The "wickets," in front of which the
batsmen stand, are 22 yards apart. It is the
batsmen's duty to keep the ball from strik-
ing them. The bowler (pitcher) attempts
to throw the ball past the batsman so it


can strike the wicket, thus scoring an out.
Other ways in which outs are made: Either
batsman can be "run out" by having his
wicket struck while he is making a run, or
"caught out" by a fielder catching a fly
ball.
There are no "strike outs" in cricket. If
an "over" (six balls) is bowled without any
runs being scored, bowling is switched to
the other end, the second bowler and
batter, and the whole field reverses itself,
then play continues. Neither are there any
"foul balls." All hits are good, but a bats-
man may or may not choose to try for a
run on any hit.
Runs are scored when the batsmen pass
each other while changing wickets as the
result of a hit or a wild throw by the


bowler. Although the batsman is out it a
fly ball hit by him is caught, a run can be
scored if he and his fellow batsman pass
each other while the ball still is in the air.
The cricket equivalent of hitting one "out
of the park" scores six runs if the ball left
the boundary of the field before touching
the ground and four runs if it went outside
the boundary after touching the ground.
Runs on such hits are scored automatically,
the batsmen not being required to run from
wicket to wicket as in ordinary play.
Isthmian cricket matches usually consist
of one 11-man inning for each team, with
each team's inning taking about 3 hours.
Matches, therefore, usually are started
about noon and concluded about dusk.
Be seeing you "on the pitch."











* People In The Spotlight*

Like all experienced policemen, Earl Janssen of the Balboa Elm M I
Police District is trained to handle emergencies. In 4 years on
the police force, Janssen has handled his share of such matters
in line of duty. Early this month, however, he earned the plaudits
of fellow Zonians for his quick action in an emergency that arose
while off duty.
Two boys came to the Balboa Gun Club at Farfan, where
Janssen was taking his leisure, and reported that a woman was
lying on Hideaway Beach who had "something wrong with her."
Janssen didn't hesitate or waste time. He accompanied the boys
to the beach, found Clara Fuentes of Panama City there, then
helped move her to his car and Gorgas Hospital.
The woman died several days later from apparently self-inflicted
injuries, despite the efforts of Gorgas doctors. But the medicos
praised Janssen's prompt action. "Without him, she wouldn't have
had even the little chance she did have," one of them commented.

A former Marine who has spent 20 years on the Isthmus is
chairman of this year's Canal Zone Carnival Committee. Frank
E. Hirt, a clerk with the Canal Zone Postal Division at Rodman
Naval Station, served on the committee last year as transportation
coordinator. This year he got the big job.
Married to the former Mercedes Arosemena of Panama, Hirt
says his wife doesn't object to the time he's spending on Carnival
planning, even though she has a 5-week-old son to care for. "In
fact," he says, "she's helping me with a lot of the things that have
'W.- to be done."
Chairman Hirt and his eight fellow committeemen are working
closely with members of the Panama Carnival Junta to make sure
this year's 4-day Carnival is a rousing success.
An enthusiastic waterskier, Hirt is former president of the Canal
Zone Water Ski Club and Honorary President of the Panama Water
Ski Club.

A native of Missouri and onetime professional musician whose -: "
itchy feet led him to "a lot of kicking around" when he was young,
has been named Superintendent of the Service Center Branch to
top off-thus far-a quarter-century career on the Isthmus.
C. W. Kilbey came to the Canal Zone in 1937 from a job with
the Corps of Engineers in Kansas City. A native of St. Joseph, Mo.
Kilbey says he left there "at a very early age" to pursue a
professional musician's career in a number of western States.
Well known on the Isthmus for his newspaper articles about
people, places, and things in Panama and the Canal Zone, Kilbey "
also has written for magazines and has sold a number of articles I
to Stateside publications.
The new Service Center Superintendent and his wife have three
daughters living on the Isthmus, two of them married and one still
in high school.


That tape measure being used by Balboa
Chief Admeasurer Robert Medinger
checked out Albert H. Oshiver of Wash-
ington, D.C., as 1 cubic yard of long-
distance swimmer, as he prepared to pay
the smallest transit fee in the history of
the Panama Canal-45 cents, a half-rate
charge.
Oshiver completed a 29-hour swim from
Gatun to Gamboa on Sunday, Decem-
ber 30, and the next day paid his transit
fee and received a Master Key to the Pan-
ama Canal in the grade of "Self-Propelled
Navigator (Honorary Pilot)" from Governor
Fleming. He also received an official
receipt for his transit fee.
The swimming oceanographer gave con-
siderable credit for his success in swimming
Gatun Lake to "all the people who helped,
including Pedro Torres." Young Torres,
who lives in Gamboa, accompanied Oshiver
in a cayuco throughout the swim.

Under the heading "Gente en la Noticia"
in the Spanish section, you will find pic-
tures and items about three other "People
in the Spotlight." They are Miguel
Corc6, Jr., 40-year-old native of the Zone,
who early this month was named Pro-
tocol Officer of the Canal organization;
Dr. Teodoro F. Arias of the Gorgas Hos-
pital staff, who recently was awarded the


Order of Vasco Nfiiez de Balboa by
Panama in recognition of his many con-
tributions to Isthmian life and medical
well-being; and Seymour I. Barkowitz, a
teacher and student counselor in the Canal
Zone schools since 1955, who has been
temporarily assigned as Acting Probation
and Parole Officer, a new position provided
for under the new Canal Zone Code. Our
congratulations to all of them.


Can You Prove Y
First Question: Are you a U.S.
citizen?
Second Question: Were you born in
the Canal Zone or the Republic of
Panama?
Third Question: Can you prove your
citizenship?
If your answers to the first two ques-
tions are "yes," and to the last question
is uncertain or a mumbled, "Well . .
I think so," it'd pay you to check in
with a gentleman who will arrive on
the Isthmus for a 1-week visit on
January 14.
The gentleman is William T. Jarmon,
Assistant District Director for Citizen-
ship, U.S. Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service, San Antonio, Tex. He will
be here to provide advice and assistance


you're A Gringo?

to those who are U.S. citizens but need
or want proof of that fact.
Mr. Jarmon is coming to the Canal
Zone at the request of Governor
Fleming, who initiated the action in
response to Civic Council urging.
And, in case you don't understand
the reason for all this, the fact is that
U.S. citizens born on the Isthmus face
a problem in proving their citizenship
without a "certificate of citizenship."
If you're in doubt about your own status,
better arrange to see Mr. Jarmon at
Room 101, Balboa Heights Administra-
tion Building during regular office hours
on January 16 and 17, or at the
Cristobal Immigration Office between
8:30 a.m. and noon, or 1 to 4 p.m. on
January 18 and 19.


Junior College Registration


Now Open For 175 Courses


Want to start, continue, or review some
college-level studies? If so, you're invited
to Room 311 of the Canal Zone Junior
College on Roosevelt Avenue to have your
questions answered and to register for
classes. Any weekday between 7:15 a.m.
and 4:15 p.m., including the lunch hour,
or between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Monday
and Thursday evenings will be okay.
Students may choose from more than
175 courses in the business-commercial
field, English composition and literature,
speech and drama, engineering, music and
art, foreign languages, mathematics, phy-
sical education, natural sciences, and social
sciences.
Whether you're working toward a
degree, pursuing an avocational or recrea-
tional interest, or trying to earn advance-
ment in your job, there are courses
available which will interest and benefit



Canal Transits


By Dictionary
The Japanese language is giving the
Panama Canal boarding officers fits.
These versatile gentlemen, who board
each ship arriving at Canal ports and
measure it for tolls if it is about to transit,
as a rule have little trouble communicating
with the crews of foreign ships. There
usually is someone aboard who speaks
English.
The trouble started with the arrival this
past year of small ocean-going Japanese
tuna boats which came straight from Japan
and which carry only Japanese-speaking
fishermen and crew.
Sometimes they are able to get an inter-
preter, but most of the time the boarding
officers must write down their questions
in English, help the crew look up the
words in an English-Japanese dictionary,
and then translate as well as they can
before the business at hand can be
accomplished.
The boarding officers say that everyone
is very polite, helpful and patient-but it
takes time.
A hundred or more of the Japanese fish-
ing boats have passed through the Canal
during the past year and some of them are
making their first transits. Many of them
sail from Cristobal for the fishing grounds
off South America and Africa and return
home after 2 or 3 years.


Pictures, Pictures, and...
There should be some very excep-
tional and unusual pictures taken of
the Isthmian waterway this Sunday,
when 180 employees of Kodak from
Panama are scheduled to visit the Canal
and make a partial transit aboard the
"Las Cruces."
To add surety to the probability,
Kodak officials will offer a cash prize
to the employee taking the best picture
during the tour-and most of the em-
ployees are camera owners, so . 180
multiplied by how many shots equals
an awful lot of pictures.


you. And there are courses in the mornings,
afternoons, evenings, and Saturdays.
Dr. Charles L. Latimer, Dean of the
Junior College, reports that 750 students
are expected to enroll for the second
semester, and 50 percent of them may be
"part-time" collegians. Despite the fact
that it is a "junior" college, C.Z.J.C. does
offer courses on the third and fourth year
levels. Visit Room 311 and find out what
they have that interests you.



CFN TV SCHEDULE

JAN. 13 THROUGH JAN. 19
SSUNDAY 11:00 Final Edition'
11:5 Encore: CGarv Monnr


Parade of Sports
Chapel of the Air
Wide World of Sports
Science in Action 4:50
Parents Ask About 5:00
School 5:05
CFN News 5:30
Sacred Heart 6:00
6:35
Our American Heritage
Frontiers of Knowledge
Danny Thomas
Ed Sullivan Show
Weekend News Review 4:50
So This Is Hollywood 5:00
The Witness 5:05
Christophers 5:30
Final Edition 6:00
6:35
Encore: Sing Along 7:00
With Mitch 7:30
8:00
8:55
MONDAY 9:00
10:00
Billboard 0:
First Edition 11:00
Magic Land of 11:15
Alakazam
Focus on America
4-Star Edition
Greatest Dramas
Bienvenido 4:50
Zane Grey Theater 500
5:05
Price Is Right :0
Movietime: "Carnegie 600
Hall" 6:35
CFN News 7.(1)
Movietime-Contiined 7:30
Clowns and Heroes 8:00
Final Edition 8 55
Encore: Ed Sullivan 9
9:30
10:00
10:30
TUESDAY 1:00
Billboard 11:15
First Edition
Kids Klub
Wonders of the World
41-Star Edition
Americani Ientiuge 1:00
Airiman's World 2:00
Earned Forces New s 2-15
And Gliffilth
Carr \loore Show -100
CFN News 5. ()
Armchair Theater: 5:30
"Stepchild" 6 0X)
Overseas Adventure 6:20
Final Edition 6.30
Encore The Witness 7 (00
Around and About 7:30
Newsreel 8.00
Death Vallce Days 8.55
Perry Comn Shno 9.00
CFN News 10(X)
Tonight 11:00
Fight of the Week 11.15


u.......... y

WEDNESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Shari Lewis Show
Crisis
4-Star Edition
Report

THURSDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
Salute to the States
4-Star Edition
Report
College Qui, Bowl
George Gohel Show
Startime
CFN News
Sing Along With Mitch
Password
What's My Line
Final Edition
Encore: Perry Como

FRIDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Magic Midwav
IHarvest
4-Star Edition
Report
Tenniesscc Ernie Ford
teal McCoys
Bell Telephone lour
CFN News
Candid Camera
I've Got a Secret
Big Story
Stump the Stars
Final Edition
Friday Night Theater:
"It's A Joke Son"

SATURDAY
Cartoon Carmival
Captain Kangaroo
Saturday\ Matinee,
"Stepchild"
lExploring
Sports Time
South Pole City
CFN News
Billboard
The Big Picture
The Texan
To Tell the Truth
Lawrence Welk
CFN News
I' S Steel lour
Bi, Time w\restlinV
Final Edition
Encore Startime


COMING EVENTS
January 19-21-Oc i Agricultural and Industrial Fair.
January 25-27-Panama Canal Board of Directors meet at Balboa Heights.
January 27-Third Annual SPCA Horse Show at Balboa Stadium, 1 p.m.
January 28-31-NS Savannah at dock on Pacific side and open to public from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day.
February 2-10-Annual Fair at Colegio Javier in Panama City.
February 6- Pro-am tournament opens at the Panama Golf Club, with
Paul Hahn conducting an opening day golf clinic.
February 7-10- Panama Open Golf tournament at Panama Golf Club.
February 8-13-Caribbean Baseball Series in Olympic Stadium, Panama.
February 23-26- Carnival.









El Canal de Panama O

Participara en la Gran Feria de U
/'I


El Canal de PanamA participarA en la
Feria Agropecuaria e Industrial de San
SebastiAn, que se celebrarA en Oc6, los
dias 19, 20 y 21 de enero, habiendo sepa-
rado dos pabellones en los terrenos de la
feria.
El aparato de Selectrovisi6n, un modelo
de las Esclusas de Miraflores, los burritos
Mancha y Gato de los Jardines Summit y
la exhibici6n del documental del Canal de
PanamA, serAn parte de la participaci6n
del Canal de PanamA en esta feria.
Habri hospedaje disponible en Oc6,
Chitr6 y Santiago para los residents de la
Zona del Canal que deseen ir a la feria.
Para hacer las reservaciones deberAn llamar
a la Oficina de Informaci6n del Canal de
PanamA, telefono Balboa 2-1477.
En esta feria habrA competencias de
ganado vacuno y caballar, exhibiciones
ecuestres, rifias de gallos, corridas de toros,
exhibiciones folkl6ricas, bailes populares
y el primer concurso de tracci6n animal


Izan Banderas


De Carnavales
La temporada carestolendica qued6 de
hecho iniciada en el Istmo al izarse las
banderolas correspondientes, tanto en dis-
tintos puntos de la ciudad de PanamA como
en la Zona del Canal, el sAbado y mi6rcoles
pasados, respectivamente.
Entre la vocingleria de la concurrencia,
las tonadas de las "murgas" y orquestas
y en presencia de altos dignatarios y
miembros de las Juntas de Carnaval de
PanamA y de la Zona del Canal se realiza-
ron las ceremonies pre-carnestol6ndicas,
prestigiadas, tambi6n, por las Reinas Cha-
rito I, de PanamA e Irene (Michaelis) de
la Zona del Canal.
La lucha por el Reinado venidero ya se
ha iniciado y la pugna entire las candidates
a Reina de la Zona del Canal cobra cada
dia mayor calor.


~


clue se celebra en el pais.
Oc6 se encuentra en la Provincia de
Herrera y estA a 144 millas de la ciudad
de PanamA, en cuyo recorrido se toman
unas 31/2 horas en autom6vil por buena ca-
rretera. La poblaci6n tiene 1,617 habitantes
y se distingue por las bellas polleras que
alli se confeccionan, lo mismo que los som-
breros de montuno. Hay dos buenos bal-
nearios a pocos minutes de la poblaci6n,
"El Paso Ancho" que estA a 5 minutes y
"El Chorro" a 10 minutes, a los cuales se
puede ir en autom6vil por buen camino.
Hay ademAs extensas Ilanuras y montafias
dignas de ser captadas por los amantes de
la fotografia. AdemAs podrAn ver los visi-
tantes a los panamefios descendientes de
los conquistadores, que todavia conservan
rasgos etnol6gicos inalterables.
HabrA un precio de admisi6n de 10 cen-
tavos, pero todos tendrAn la oportunidad
de ganarse un toro que serA rifado entire
los que asistan a la feria.


Si Vol. 1, No. 30 Publicaci6n semanal del Canal de Panam6 Viernes 11 de enero de 1963



La Reina de la Zona del Canal parti-
ciparA con su Corte en el Desfile de Polle- $ 1,0 0 PA RA EL
ras del domingo de carnaval, asi como en
el magno desfile del Martes de Carnaval
y ya se preparan los suntuosos carruajes
que tomarAn parte en ambos actos.


Temporada de Cricket


Iniciose en el Istmo

El deported de cricket tiene en Inglaterra tado ant
y la Comunidad de Naciones BritAnicas constituy
parejo sitio de preferencia al que ocupa permisib]
el de pelota en los Estados Unidos, Jap6n bateador
y algunas naciones caribefias. En el Istmo solo ese
estA cobrando un renacer vigoroso, parti- expone
cipando en los partidos no solamente wicket cc
miembros de la colonia britAnica, sino Alguni
tambi6n algunos panamenos. se prolon
El propio Embajador de Su Majestad ya que
BritAnica en PanamA es un "batsman" des- vez al ba
tacado del conjunto "Panama Cricket
Club," en el cual tambi6n juega el Conse-
jero de la Embajada, senior Bullard, los
sefiores Mike Merry, John Hayward, Scott
Francis, Ted Scott, hijo, y los panamefios
Gabriel HernAndez, Eusebio Morales, Jorge
Cowes y Arturo Joseph. o
La temporada de cricket se inici6 el
dia de Afio Nuevo con un partido entire el O
Yate Real "Britannia" y el "PanamA" y se
extiende hasta el mes de junio. Desde
En el sector Pacifico participan cinco a6reo de
equipos: Kent, Clovelly, Omaha, Whippers Unidos 1
y PanamA; en el AtlAntico, Surrey, tavos pal
Wanderers, Excelsior y Exiles, compuesto tarjetas-i
mayormente de ingleses Aste ultimo. emplean
Los partidos se celebran en Paraiso, 4 para c
Rainbow City y Mount Hope y se espera 3 para
incluir a Santa Cruz. alterado
En cada equipo juegan 11 personas; embargo
despues de que los capitanes sortean el La coi
bate, el onceno perdedor se hace al campo del Cana
y dos bateadores se colocan cada uno de 5 cer
frente a un wicket, que deben defender anterior
con sus cuerpos contra los lanzamientos subido d,
del bowler, pegAndole a la pelota, con la aereo par
cual el bowler pretend tumbar el wicket. aumentai
Al conectar con la bola y lanzarla lejos, Los nu
eTbateador corre hacia el wicket opuesto, tos a la
cambiando puesto con el compafiero plan- agencies


e aquel; cada cambio de lugar
e una carrera y seis son el mAximo
le por cada batazo, pudiendo el
correr al wicket opuesto y volver
n6mero de veces. Naturalmente se
a que lo saquen, pegAndole al
on la pelota.
os partidos de solo dos episodios
igan hasta por 2 dias de contienda,
cada jugador debe de tener su
ate.




imentado el


rte Postal
el 7 de los corrientes el porte
la Zona del Canal para los Estados
ha sido aumentado de 7 a 8 cen-
ra cartas y de 5 a 6 centavos para
postales; para correo ordinario se
timbres de 5 centavos en vez de
cartas y de 4 centavos en vez de
las tarjetas postales. No se ha
el porte para el exterior, sin

rrespondencia enviada de la Zona
al a PanamA lleva sellos postales
itavos en vez de los de 4 usados
nente, y las tarjetas postales han
e 3 a 4 centavos de porte. El porte
ra la Rep6blica de PanamA ha sido
do a 8 centavos.
levos timbres postales fueron pues-
venta el 8 de enero en todas las
postales de la Zona del Canal.


Los mas calificados profesionales del
golfismo americano se darAn cita en el
Istmo del 7 al 10 de febrero para partici-
par en el Torneo Abierto de Golf que se
celebrara en la cancha del Club de Golf
de PanamA por premios que montan a
$11,000.
Unos 70 jugadores profesionales proce-
dentes de varias naciones del hemisferio
se disputarAn el preciado trofeo, inclusive
55 de los Estados Unidos.
Jim Ferrier, el campe6n de 1962, defen-
derA su corona contra otros campeones,
tales como Dan Whitt, campe6n del
Caribe; George Knudson; y Pete Cooper.
Entre los competidores estarAn igual-
mente 2 de los 10 profesionales que han
ganado mAs dinero en el circuit P.G.A.,
asi como golfistas prominentes de Argen-
tina, Brasil, Colombia, M6xico y Venezuela.
La semana precedent empezarAn a lIe-
gar al Istmo profesionales centroamerica-
nos que asistirAn al torneo.
El dia 6 de febrero el famoso Paul Hahn
presidirA la divertida Clinica de Golf para
deleite del pdblico.
Ese mismo dia se disputarA el trofeo
Chivas Regal entire los amateurs del Istmo,
con premios para los mejores equipos. El


registro para este torneo amateur cuesta
$10, y estA abierto a quienes tengan
handicap de 8 o menos.



COnvIEnE SABER ...

QUE la salida del Crist6bal desde Nueva
Orleans en su viaje n6mero 46, sefialado
para el 22 de enero, ha sido adelantada
para el lunes 21 de enero. El navio deberA
llegar a Crist6bal el 25 de enero.
QUE a partir del 19 de marzo de 1963
se darA un mes anticipado de aviso por
correo a los conductores de autom6viles
sobre la expiraci6n de sus licencias, segin
arreglos que estA haciendo la Secci6n de
Licencias.
QUE el Tercer Especticulo Anual
Ecuestre de la Sociedad Protectora de Ani-
males de la Zona del Canal se celebrarA
el 27 de enero en el Estadio de Balboa.
QUE la Estaci6n de Servicio de Gat6n
opera ahora de 9 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. y de
2 a 5 p.m. de lunes a sAbado. Los domingos
y dias de fiesta las horas son de 12 del
dia a 5 p.m.


MIDA SUS SOBRES ANTES

DE ECHARLOS AL CORREO
Con el objeto de facilitar el manejo de la correspondencia, tanto manualmente
cuanto mecAnicamente, desde el 19 de encro entraron en vigor nuevos reglamentos
postales que vedan el uso de sobres y tarjetas postales de tamafio irregular o
demasiado pequefios. Solo sobres rectangulares o cuadrados son ahora permisibles.
Los sobres deben medir cuanto menos 3 pulgadas de alto por 4/4 de largo no
siendo recomendable usar mayors de 9 pulgadas de alto y 12 de largo.
Esto elimina el envio por corrco de sobres disefiados en formas estramb6ticas y
los muy diminutos como los quc conticnen tarjetitas de p6same o anuncios de
nacimientos.
La media esti' encaminada al mAs rApido manejo de la correspondencia, ya que
las modernas mAquinas de cancelaci6n de sellos postales y otro equipo mecAnico
no se presta para su uso en sobres de formas ex6ticas.


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A todo tren marchan los preparativos para la Feria de San Sebastian en Oci, donde se
han erigido kioskos y tipicos ranchos para las exhibiciones que comprenderin products
industriales asi como agricolas y pecuarios. El camino esti siendo acondicionado y
preparados los alojamientos para los miles de visitantes.




EN ESPANOL







PILLWAY










* Gente en la Noticia


Medicos del

Gorgas van
Isla de Taboga


Medicos del Hospital Gorgas pasaron delicioso fin de semana en la Isla de Taboga gozando
la hospitalidad que les fuera brindada por el nuevo Director del Protocolo de la Zona del
Canal y la sefiora Elida Mercedes Arias de Corc6. En la grafica aparecen la otorrinolaring6-
loga Doctora Ruth Schmidt, el Dr. Eduardo de Alba y sefiora; dofia Elida Mercedes de
Corc6, la hijita de los esposos de Alba y Maria Elena Schmidt. Miguel Corc6, nuevo
Director del Protocolo que asumi6 sus funciones recientemente, aparece en la foto a la
izquierda. Corc6 trabaja con el Canal de PanamA desde 1959 y desempefi6 antes el cargo
de Inspector de Construcciones de la Divisi6n de Contratos e Inspecciones de la Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, entire otras posiciones. Hizo sus studios en la Zona del
Canal y en Universidades de los Estados Unidos.


El Dr. Teodoro F. Arias, el m6dico con servicios consecutivos
mis extenso en el Hospital Gorgas, a cuyo servicio ingres6 en 1947,
fue condecorado por el Gobierno Panamefio con la Orden de Vasco
N6fiez de Balboa. Las insignias le fueron impuestas por el Canciller
de Panama, Dr. Galileo Solis, en ceremonia celebrada en el Club
de Oficiales de Quarry Heights.
AdemAs de la alta distinci6n conferida al ilustre galeno pana-
mefio, el Presidente Chiari, mediante Decreto expedido el 27 de
noviembre de 1962, le nombr6 Oficial de Enlace entire el Gobierno
de Panama y las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados Unidos para
la organizaci6n de asistencia m6dica en toda la Repiblica.
La labor filantr6pica y las actividades civicas del Dr. Teodoro
F. Arias le han granjeado el respeto de toda la comunidad, de
ambos lados de la Avenida 4 de Julio.


Seymour I. Barkowitz, maestro y consejero de estudiantes de
la Escuela Superior de Diablo Heights, asumi6 la semana pasada
las atribuciones interinas de Funcionario de Sentencias Probatorias
y Libertad Bajo Palabra, cargo establecido por el Gobemador
Fleming en conformidad con el nuevo C6digo de la Zona del Canal
que entr6 a regir el dia de Aiio Nuevo.
Barkowitz se recibi6 de Master en asesoramiento en el Colegio
para Profesores "George Peabody," de Nashville, Tennessee, en
1961, y su experiencia professional le servirA de much en el
desempeiio de sus nuevas responsabilidades.


Cuando el deber llama, la Policia de la
Zona del Canal demuestra la mayor dili-
gencia, ora estuviere el funcionario en ser-
vicio, ora se tratare de moment "franco."
Como en el caso de EARL JANSSEN,
quien estando libre con unos compafieros
en el Gun Club de Balboa los dej6 para
acudir en socorro de la panameiia Clara
Fuentes quien yacia echada en la playa
de Hideaway, entire la vida y la muerte,
despu6s de haber ingerido potasa. El poli-
cia zoneita la condujo en su carro al
Hospital Gorgas. Janssen de 31 afios, ca-
sado y con dos hijitas, de 10 y 6 afios, y
un hijo de 8 afios, ingres6 al cuerpo
policiaco hace 4 afios.
ao o I
C. W. KILBEY ha sido designado
Superintendent de la Direcci6n de Cen-
tros de Servicios Comunales y H. J. CHASE
como sub-Superintendente. Ambos venian
desempefiando esos puestos pero en interi-
nidad. El senior Kilbey ingres6 a la organi-
zaci6n del Canal en 1937 y estuvo con la
Direcci6n de Correspondencia y la Divi-
si6n de Electricidad como por 4 afios, de

VISITANTES DE LA SEMANA
Gran Total -------------- 2,719
Esclusas de Miraflores _ 1,435
Esclusas de Gatin -____ 445
Las Cruces (2 viajes) _-_ 289
Reina Manuelita I (1 via e)- 20
Barcos de pasajeros (3)___ 530
Informaci6n suministrada por el
Servicio de Guias


donde pas6 a Reportero de Corte en el
Juzgado distritorial de Anc6n, volviendo
nuevamente al servicio del Canal en 1945,
con una dependencia de la Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales.
0 a
FRANK E. HIRT, empleado del Correo
de Rodman, preside la Junta de Camaval de
la Zona del Canal. Casado y con un nene
de solo 1 mes, Hirt prevee un Carnaval
exitoso "que tienda a cimentar las relacio-
nes panameiio-norteamericanas," anhelo en
que participa su sefiora esposa, Mercedi-
tas Arosemena de Hirt, quien-segun
Frank-"goza los carnavales mAs que
nadie." Hirt es un entusiasta del esqui
acuitico que practice en el Lago Madden.



Enorme Draga

Llega Pronto

A mediados del mes llegarA al Istmo la
draga de alta mar Harding traida aqui por
el Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ej6rcito de
los Estados Unidos para utilizarla durante
3 meses en el dragado del Corte Gaillard
(Culebra).
La draga lleva ese nombre en tribute al
ex-Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Chester Harding, quien sirvi6 el alto cargo
de 1917 a 1921.
La draga Harding IlegarA aqui proce-
dente de Seattle, Estado de Washington,
donde habia ido para su re-acondiciona-
miento en 1959.


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS


Enero 19-21-Feria Agropecuaria e Industrial de Ocu.
Enero 25-27-Reuni6n de la Junta Directiva del Canal de PanamA en Balboa
Heights.
Enero 27-Tercer EspectAculo Ecuestre Anual de la Sociedad Protectora de
Animales. Estadio de Balboa, empezando a la 1 p.m.
Enero 28-31- El buque at6mico Savannah estara abierto al piblico de 9 a.m. a
4 p.m. en el muelle de Balboa.
Febrero 2-10-Feria Anual del Colegio Javier en PanamA.
Febrero 6- Clinica de Golf por el famoso Paul Hahn, en el Club de Golf de
PanamA.
Febrero 6- Torneo pro-am abierto a todos los aficionados istmefios. Club de
Golf de PanamA.
Febrero 7-10-Torneo Abierto de Golf por premios de $11,000 con participaci6n
de los mAs famosos profesionales del hemisferio. Club de Golf
de PanamA.
Febrero 8-13-Serie de Baseball del Caribe. Estadio Olimpico de PanamA.
Febrero 23-26- Caravales.


El 28 Volvera

El Savannah

El NS Savannah, el primer barco
mercante del mundo. impulsado por
energia nuclear, que ha estado en exhi-
bici6n en la Feria Mundial de Seattle,
deberi arribar a Balboa procedente de
la costa occidental el 28 de enero, de
acuerdo con informaci6n recibida por
la Panama Agencies, que represent a
la States Marine Lines en el Canal.
Despu6s de 3 dias de estada en aguas
del Canal, el Savannah transitarA por
el Canal el 19 de febrero en su viaje
hacia los Astilleros Todd en Galveston,
Texas, donde pasarA various meses para
inspecci6n general y mantenimiento.
El Savannah llev6 a cabo su primer
y 6nico trAnsito a travys del Canal el
18 de septiembre, en su viaje de
Savannah, Georgia, hacia Seattle. Un
grupo de invitados oficiales encabeza-
dos por el Presidente Roberto F. Chiari
de Panama y miembros de su gabinete;
el Gobemador Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
y otros funcionarios, hicieron una tra-
vesia parcial a bordo del navio. El
barco nuclear fue acompaiiado a trav6s
del Canal por dos remolcadores y fue
objeto de considerable atenci6n por
parte de los residents del Istmo.



COMO SE

ASCIENDE
Cuando ocurre una vacant se da aviso
de ello en Boletin de tablero. Con frecuen-
cia un ascenso abre el campo para various
otros, como en reacci6n en cadena. Los
ascensos se efect6an conforme a las exi-
gencias del caso, variando el procedimiento
cuando se tratare de vendedores, ingenieros
o m6dicos, por ejemplo. Pero en lo general
la experiencia, capacidad y conocimientos
son las determinantes. Los aspirantes pue-
den abrigar la confianza de que los propios
m6ritos son los que valen para el ascenso.


El Rostro Familiar















AUNQUE ES UN m6sico consumado,.
Archibald Lecky es tambi6n un eficiente
empleado de la Agencia Local del Ferro-
carril de PanamA, donde desempeiia las
funciones de Ayudante, Tarifas de Fletes y
con 21 afios de servicio con el Canal de
Panama. Lecky es el encargado de sefialar
los fletes de las cargas que se despachan
a todas parties del mundo. Anteriormente
toc6 el saxof6n y el clarinete en varias
orquestas panamefias, pero desde 1948
tiene su propio "combo" integrado por seis
musicos y toca los fines de semana en
various lugares de la Zona del Canal. Es
casado, con dos hijos, uno de los cuales se
gradu6 el afio pasado de Bachiller en
Ciencias en el Insituto Nacional y el otro
cursa studios de primer afio en el mismo
plantel.


El Que Sabe, Sabe
EL DR. ROGELIO ARIAS, especia-
lista en obstetricia con largos afios de
servicio en el Hospital Gorgas, demos-
tr6 sabhrsela enterecita cuando su
iltimo vastago vio la luz primer a la
hora y veinte minutes de iniciado el
Nuevo Aiio de 1963. El robusto nene
pes6 714 libras. Quien quisiere tener un
hijo en fecha fija, solo tendra que
consultar a Rogelio.


IESTA LEYENDO EL REVIEW?
La publicaci6n mensual REVIEW en espafiol contiene valiosa informaci6n, 6til para todos
los empleados del Canal de PanamA y puede ser obtenida por ellos en todos los Comies,
centros de servicios comunales, cafeterias y sitios similares. Toda otra persona puede
obteneria llenando el formulario que aparece enseguida.


FORMULARIO PARA SUSCRIPCION

(Llene el formulario siguiente y remitalo al Apartado "M," Balboa Heights,
Zona del Canal con la suma de un d6lar ($1.00) preferiblemente en giro postal y
recibira la edici6n en espafiol del REVIEW del Canal de PanamA por todo 1 afio.)


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