Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: June 21, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00412
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
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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New Tags

Shiny new brass round license
tags now dangle froin the col-
lars of about 50 percent of the
Canal Zone canine population.
Owners of the other 50 percent
are reminded that every dog
more than four months of age
must have a new license tag
before August 1.
The license tags are 'being
issued by the License Section
in the Civil Affairs Building in,
Ancon upon presentation of a'
valid rabies vaccination cer-
Dogs last vaccinated between
May 1. 1960 and' May 1. 1961
must be vaccinated again be-
fore they can be licensed this
year. The rabies vaccine used
in the Canal Zone is valid for
three years, and dogs vaccinat-
ed after May 1. 1961 may be
relicensed on the basis' of this
certificate without being vac-
cinated this year..
The vaccination for licensing
can be obtained at the Corozal
Animal Clinic on the Pacific
Side and at the Northern Area
Sanitation Office on the Atlan-
tic Side. Vaccinations are given
only on prior appointment by
telephoning Balboa 2883 or Cris-
tobal 2576. The hours for vac-
cination at Corozal are from 11
to 11:40 a.m. Monday. Wednes-
days and Fridays, and, after-
noons Mondays though Fridays
from i to 4:40 p.m.

Comedy Set To Open

In Cristobal June 28

One of the funniest and most
unique comedies ever attempted
by the Cristobal Little TheatWe
group will open Friday night,
June 28, and run for six nights
on two week-ends.
Blood.,. S%',eat and Stanley
Poole a satire on life in the
Ari-m immediately follow ing the
Korean conflict. offers many com-
plia: ted situations that provide
for a hilarious solution by Lt.
Stanley Poole and his group of
Mat..-r Servants., ho must lace
the impossible task of passing
High School and College in order
to hold their ranks.
,eorge MacConnel, the genial
manaet-r of the Breakers Club in
- Coco Solo. who himself is a re-
"r-.1 Sergeant, plays the role of

than Ofticer. Lt. Poole niilisted
at 17. served 22 years as a Ser-
geant, but received a battlefield
commission as First Lieutenant
and nok must ha"e the equiv-
at-nt of two years of college in
order to hold on to that rink.
Captiin Mal Malcolm, the Educa-
tin Offic,,er with ways and means
of selling an education" is por- by Bert Berger.
Probahl:, one of the funniest
roles in this laughter-filled pro-
duction is that of Private Ogel-
thorpe. It is played.Ato near per-
fection by Mike Greeley. Private
Obelthorpe&,, college educated and
with only 90 days in the service,
has spent most of his time in
the psycho ward. Assigned to
Lt. Poole's Supply Roomr, his ef-
forts to replenish the supplies
prior to an inspection while edu-
cating Poole and a group of bat-
tle tested Master Sergeants, bring
laughs at'a rapid pace.
The collection of veteran Mas-
ter Sergeants and the .comical
manner in which they take to a
High School education is magnifi-
cently played by Ralph Eiswirth.
Ronnie Angermuller, Jack Willis,
Lee Salinger and Joan Estrada
of the WACS.
Making up the rest of the cast
is Gordon Seig, who plays the
Division Sergeant Major, Pete
Gibson, Private Rooney, Dave
Hinnant as Colonel Egan and
Caroline Nagorski as Mrs. Bucci,
the wife of Motor Pool Sgt. Buc-
ci, played by Angermuller.

All but one of the 12 parts
played, in "Blood, Sweat and
Stanley Poole" is being done by
newcomers to the Cristobal Lit-
tle Theatre and ten of the twelve

performers are from the Army.
This production offers plenty of
opportunity for laughter and is
sure to rank among the best ever
staged on the Atlantic side.

is one year old and today starts its se-
cond year of operation.
A year ago, it was founded as a.
weekly employee newssheet, with the
objective of providing a ready method for
informing Canal employees of events,
activities, plans and programs which are
of interest to them. We has
served this purpose well.
Admittedly still young, the Spillway
nonetheless,, has come to be an accepted
member of the Canal family. Though
is still suffers some growing pains, cons-
tant efforts are being made to improve

Piuimiu~.mmei Ci~mimI


ployees. ;
The accey 9s,
in large measure, due to the contribu-
tions and suggestions which it has re-
ceived-from readers. Such contributions
and suggestions are important to it .and
every effort is made to use all'that are
received. We would like to receive
more, however, so let us hear from you.
Today, as we start our second year
of service to Canal employees, we would
like to say: We're happy to be here,
happy to serve you, and hope you will
continue your past cooperation.

-,w~i ~ o. ... U"i< n .,u jin r an-
a lias been a.ked for help in
f'in',ine ,"heelehlairs. canes. and A Te
SAn.% ot tliee itenii would be
ni-ist appretalel bv the reci-
Spienls an1 m niv he turned in at f ndt ucin
.: ,: j. s W lfare Groupo .t l. J .
c" ollectin poin-ia t.[tie .boai n-
Housing Office durin_ working --) *
hours Monday thriah Friday 63_ 11' _
or at Room 11. Coco Solo Post

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LT. STANLEY POOLE (George MacConnell) shows captain Mal-
colm, left (Bert Berger), and. Pvt. Ogelthorpe, center (Mike
Greeley), some tricks in the use of weapons in a rehearsal s (rne
from "Blood, Sweat and'Stanley Poole," which opens Friday night,
June 28, and is scheduled to run for six nights on two week-ends.
It, is one of the most hilarious theatrical presentations ever at.-
tempted by the Cristobal Little Theatre group.

"lOffice TuesdaV s. Wednesday
and Fridays from 9 to 11 a.m.

Health Centers Offer Oral Vaccine

Oral vaccine of Types I, IL and
III will be mad e available
through the six Panama Canal
Community Health Centers for
persons who were unable to re-
ceive the immunization during
the recent campaign. Persons in-
terested in getting vaccine should
check with the Public Health
nurse in a Community Health
The Canal Zone Health Bureau
has announced that a total of
54,505 doses of Sabin Oral Polio
vaccine were fed during the oral

polio 'program. More received
the second feeding than the first.
In an -ordinary community it is
expected that 10 percent or more
will not show up for the second
feeding. But in the Canal Zone
26,481-persons came for the first
feeding, and then,28,024 persons
received the second feeding of
Sabin Oral Polio vaccine.
The program was strongly
backed by civic leaders and
health minded citizens who not
only turned out to take the vac-
cine, but gave invaluable help

as volunteers.
The third or booster feeding
consisting of all three types of
polio vaccine will be offered dur-
ing the month of October, at the
Community Health Centers.
Students going to school in the
States or persons who will be.
away during October can make
arrangements with the Com-
munity Health Center aurse so
that the booster can be given
prior to leaving the Canal Zone.
Oral vaccine is not yet available
through private physicians.


Four members of the team of
auditors from the U. S. Gen-
eral Accounting Office in Wash-
ington, D. C. who will conduct
the 1963 audit of the Panama
Canal organization 'a r i v e d
Monday on board the SS Cristo-
bal. The remainder of the team
will come next week .
Clare E. Rohrer. represen-
tative in charge of the audit
staff, who is accompanied by
his wife. returned to the Isth-
ius for the third consecutive
year. Nor was he a stranger to
the Canal Zone when he came
here three years ago. for he
had been on the Isthmus in
Four members of his staff
participated in the Panama Ca-
nal organization audit last year.
New members are Billy M.
Grdgg, Joseph W. Hill. Richard
B. Humphrey. Robert Iffert.
Raymond A. Plunkett. andt
James C. Primm. The other
staff members are B. Douglas
Hogan, Robert S. Larkin. Carl
D. McClure. and John J. Mc-
Those who arrived Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. Rohrer were
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Hilt.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hum- i
phrey ,and Mr. and Mrs. Cart .
D McClure and two children .-

its appearance
Provini its u'

TUnited States Independence Day
festivities on the Isthmus will be
observed at three locations, Bal-
boa, Gatun, and a combined Coco
Solo-Margarita program in Mar-
g 'garita.
-The Pacific Side Independence
"Day Celebration Committee has
adopted as its 1963 theme, t'Let
Freedom Ring."
Chairman Vance Howard has
announced that a fireworks dis-
play will again be set off from
Sosa Hill as a climax to the
Pacific side festivities.
Mr. Howard also has announced
t ha t approximately $1,200 is
needed to fince the overall
arrangements. Interested donors
may contribute by sending checks
to the "Fourth of July Celebra-
tion Committee, Box 41, Balboa
The committee is working with
similar stateside committees in
the "Ring the Bells for Freedom"
project. At 1 p.m. on July 4 an
effort will be made to have all
church and chapel bells, all bells
in government buildings or under
government control, and all car-
illon or public address systems
play bells for four minutes.
Moving across the 'Isthmus,
Curtis George, one of the oldest
mainstays in Gatun and an active
social worker, will be the guest
speaker at the Gatun ceremonies
commemorating I n d e pendence
The highlight of the Gatun pro-
gram will be the annual flag
raising ceremony at 11 p.m. at
the Civic Council Building by the
local Boy Scouts. Gatun Civic
Council President Gladys Lasher
has announced that the flag that
will fly over Gatun on Indepen-
dence Day is one that has flown
over the U. S. capitol at Washing-
ton, D. C. It was acquired by
Louis Damiani, a local union re-,
presentative, who does much of
his work in Washington. He sent
it to his wife with instructions to
lend the flag to organizations for
such occasions.
Margarita Chairman John T.
Burns has announced that the
Atlantic-side festivities will get
underway with a parade, follow-
ed by an evening fireworks dis-
All three programs include the
traditional patriotic exercises,
games and sports for the chil-
dren and adults, free movies,
concerts, and plenty of iood.
Fireworks displays throughout
the Isthmus will put the finish-
ing touches on the celebration of
the 187th anniversary of U. S.



Vol. It No. I FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1963

Sailing Date

Is Changed

The sailing date of the SS
Cristobal has been changed
from July 1 to June 30, and
passengers a r e reminded
that tickets are to be picked
up by Friday, June 28. The
departure hour, 3 p.m., re-
mains unchanged.


: Beiong Sought

The I'anama Canal Women's
Welfare Gr,:,toup has had a re-
.' qlief t',r a liheelbarrow, and.
Ino n llIIr ', r-,,n in qn-

(June 10 16)
Miratlores Lock ..... 1,868
Gatun Locks ........ 164
Las Cruces,
12 trips ............. 1,585
Reina Manuelita,
2 trips ............... 36
Passenger ships, 3 .... 190
Other tours ........... 70


Buy Bonds


Edward Galuska of Newark, Ohio, who began work on May
as an electrical engineer with the Panama Canal Engineer
Division, needed no introduction to the United States Freed
Savings Bond Program. In fact, one of his first questions conce
ed where he signs up for individual payroll deduction author
tion for purchase of United States Savings Bonds. Mrs. Flore
Rosenblatt, supervisory clerk in the Engineering Division,
Division's savings bond representative, produced the necess
application forms and is shown above accepting the complex
application. Approximately 3,638 Panama Canal organization e
jployees are enrolled in the United States Freedom Savings BD
Program and every employee will be given an opportunity to s
up to buy these bonds during the month of June.

Interior Church

CONSTRUCTION CROSS-Arthur Pellack, a Canal Zone photograph-
er, otiled lthe cvoss formed -y construction timbers In the recons-
trvition of the San Francisco Church -in Chorrera while there with
.esoe members f the Panama Canal Women's -Welfare Group. Struck
'by the appropriate nature of the construction, he shot this picture
of the construction cross framed against the sky.

Magazine Tells

Of Attractions

On Isthmus

The Business Week magazine of
May 4 devotes somewhat more
than a page to extolling the at-
tractions of Panama and des-
cribing places and activities.
The article says, in part:
"Best way to the see the Canal
if you're not on shipboard -
is a 90-minute ride by rail, from
Panama City to Colon on the
Atlantic... You parallel the ship
route, see several locks -and
"ride first class for $2 round-
"Another good day-trip is by
launch from Panama City to
Taboga Island, 60 minutes out
in the Bay of Panama. Hotel
Taboga is small, modern, for
lunch and beach, overnight if
you miss the last launch back.
"The San Blas islands, 75
miles from the Atlantic end of
the Canal, have several Indian
villages where the culture has
stood still for 400 years. You
DS: fly to nearest mainland point,
26 then go by boat for a day or
ring overnight at the Kuna Inn, Por-
lor venir Island...
iza- "Tall fishing stories out of
nce Panama are likely to be true.
the You can rent a boat... at Colon
ary on the Atlantic, for good
?ted catches. But best action is on
the Pacific side. Charter a
ond cruiser at $75 a day..."



The Latin American Scholar-
ship Committee, in keeping with
the policy of sponsoring activ-
ities to raise funds for scholar-

ma-mmm ,.B 'm Ara .,.';.," ;, "fti,: .-. +
FANNIE SARI HERNANDEZ, efficient interpreter of the Canal
Zone Guide Service, was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania, and
has resided in Bogota, Havana, San Salvador, as well as various
North American cities, -and Panama. She studied at Allegheny
College and at Texas and Penn State universities. Previously
she had worked with the U.S. Navy and the Army in Washing-
ton, D.C. She is married to Gabriel Hernandez Mendez,, Pan,
amanian diplomat, and was hostess in Panamanian embassies
headed by her husband in Colombia and other countries in the
Americas. They have one son, Gabriel, Jr., 14 years of age.

Balboa YMCA

Plans Program

ship aid to deserving and needy The Balboa YMCA is offering
graduates of the Latin -Amer- special instruction during it's
lean High Schools, has announc- Summer Program in Junior Life
ed that a benefit concert will be Saving badminton, bodymuild-
presented in the Balboa High ing and highlighting specialized
School Activities Building on coaching in competitive swim-
Monday. July 15, at 8 p.m. ming.
James Manning, a prominent
The concert will be the 776th figure in Canal Zone compe-
Air Force Band of Albrook, the titive swimming, is conducting
men of the La Boca Alumni,. a class in individualized com-
Chorus, and organist Leroy petitive coaching for those swim-
Lewis. mers interested in improving
their Speed Swimming.
Tickets arq now on sale an to lear w
the public is cordially invite d competitive strokes are urged
to attend. to take advantage of this op-
portunity for individual instruc-
tion. Those wanting to 'lower
their times are urged to attend
ra noa s o and receive this high level in-
,ol es rfaced rarely offered.
A C Courses in both Junior Life
IAre Cesuri LCU Saving and Senior Life Saving
for those interested in advancing
their swimming ability on this
Traffic was resumed in the level also are being offered. Age
Gorgas Hospital area Sunday, requirements as established by
at about 4 p.m., upon comple- the YMCA and the American
tion of resurfacing the as- -Red Cross are: Junior- 12 to
phaltic pavement in that area 15; Senior 16 years. Thesp
by Panama Canal Maintenance courses will cover all aspects of
Division forces. life saving and water safety and
The work, which required upon satisfactory completion
almost' two days to complete, will result in a dual certifica-
;was begun Saturday at 7 a.m. tion.
and traffic was routed over Interested persons are urged
parts of existing roads for two- to call the Balboa YMCA for
way passage instead of one way further information or by visit-
as usual, Flagmen controlled ing the "Y" and enrolling.
the passing of vehicles as the The Balboa YMCA gym-
roads are rather narrow. nasium is available every Mon-
day evening from 7 to 9 p.m.
The entrance from Gorgas for all persons interested in
Road above Gorgas Hospital playing badminton. The "Y"
was closed Saturday morning has three full size badminton
and traffic entered and exited courts and will provide all the
from Herrick Road, turning equipment necessary to have an
around at the Hospital Admi- evening full of activity and the
nistration Building. Sun d a y advantage to exercise while
morning this was reversed and having fun.
the road from the Hospital Ad- If you sit at a desk all day
administration Building to Herrick and have that "tired feeling",'
Road was closed. I call the "Y" and inquire about
Sunday afternoon, at about the badminton program, which
4, everything was back to nor- has been opened to high school
mal and a resurfaced.asphaltic age fellows and girls interest-
pavement was ready for use. ed in learning the game. If

demand warrants, an instruc-
tion program in the techniques
of badminton will be offered.
A program of bodybuilding, di-
rected by Lou Sciglaine, vol-
unteer instructor of boxing and
bodybuilding at the Balboa
YMCA for 20 years, is being of-
fered to high school and junior
high school-age boys every Mon-
day, Wednesday and. Friday at
4 p.m. Many boys have already
taken advantage of this oppor-
tunity and are urging others to-
join them in learning s us-
Anyone interested in any of
these activities is urged to con-
tact the Armed Services YMCA
%of Balboa by calling Balboa
2759 2839 or stopping in and
completing enrollment.


Caial Zone-communities on both
sides of the Isthmus ex-
perienced fairly heavy inva-
sions of Aedes taeniorhynchus
mosquitoes. These small black
mosquitoes have a fantastic
flight range that enables them
to migrate from very remote
areas of coastal marshes or
swamps. They do not carry
any disease.
Governor Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., and officers of Latin
American Civic Councils
jointly studied various areas
of community life during a
lengthy executive meeting at
Balboa Heights.
Passengers disembarking from
the New Zealand liner Rangi-
tiki were among the first Ca-
nal Zone visitors arriving by
ship to be greeted by mem-
bers of the new Canal Zone
Guide Service, which was or-
ganized as a new service
*being offered by the Panama
Canal Information Office.

Jun ei, 21 1963

'June, I'll 1963 SP~LLWAY Page THREE

Recreation Registration

l lOR COfteZ leadS

Ends Monday At Seven Gyms

Today and Monday, June 24, pong., kickball and battleball. many classes being offered. JaI C A
are the final days for registra- Some playgrounds will offer There will be classes on every
tion at the U. S. community gym- special activities such as golf or level of swimming ability for
nasiums at Ancon, Balboa, Dian- weight training, all ages. The main emphasis of LEAGU;IE STANDINGS
blo, Gamboa, -Gatun, Margarita In addition to gymnasium ac- the program will be on instruc- as of 'July 19, 1963
and Coco Solo for these free sum- tivities, the community swim- tional swimming, but there will Ron Cortes 6 or 1.0003 -
mer recreational activities which ming pools at Coco Solo, Gatun, be ample opportunity for water Gordon's Gin 4 2 .667' 23
begin on Monday. Gamboa, and Balboa will offer a games and competitive swim- Seagrams VO 3 2 .60@0 2%
The seven gymnasiums will of- full instructional and competitive ming... There will be inter-pool White Horte 2 3 .40s 3W4E
fer a varied program for the program this summer., meets and two Isthmian meets Four Roses 1 4 .2001 4%
students. Basketball leagues, or- Those pools will be open -for in addition to the intra-pool week- Peugot 404 t 5 .0o 5%
ganized according to height, age, free recreational. swimming to- ly swimming meets.
and weight, head the activities, day and Monday, June 24, when The regular competent staffs NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
The gymnasiums also will of- classes start. Parents and U. S. have been bolstered for the sum- Monday
fer, in addition to .basketball, school youngsters are urged to mer with highly qualified Sports Roa Cortes vs. White Horse,
tumbling, badminton, volleyball, visit the pools, if they have not Supervisors to be in charge of the 7:15 p.m.E
newcomb, girls .basketball, ping done so already, to study the instructional program.. Jim Wolf Tuesday.
will be stationed at Gamboa, Sid Seagrams vs. Four Roses. ,
Kennon will be at Gatun Pool, 6(:30 p>.m..
R" e *Don Connor will head the Balboa Gordon's Gin vs, Peugot 404..
7n s a Pool staff, and Louis Dedeaux 8:00 p.m.
liegistra on will conduct the program at Coco Wednesday
Solo. Peugot 404 vs. White' Horse;
In addition to the gymnasium 7:15 p.m.
TF o and pool programs for (he sum- Thursday
OT mer, a new junior course in Gordon's Gina vs. Four Roses,
SJ ay y .Skin'and Scuba Diving for 15, 16i, :30 p.m.
Sand 17-year-olds will start next Ron Cortes vs. Seagramis,; VO,.
Tuesday, June 25, at the Balboa 8:00. .m.
More than 35 Isthmian junior her, with handicap, NOT LAT- YMCA. The course will he con,
golfers have entered their ER THAN JULY 1. Entry ducted in the "Y" swimming Ron Cortes, with the most
names to compete in the 1963 forms are now available at all pool on Tuesday and Thusday devastating attack seen this
JayCee Junior Golf Champion- Isthmian Golf Clubs. evenings from 7 to 9' p.m., by year in the CYRCA Basketball
ships, to be played at the Pan- In the 12-17 group, the boys Chico de la Lastra, a certified League, took a two-game lead
ama Golf Club on July 8, 9 will play 36. holes. The low 18 YMCA Scuba instructor. ver the rest of the' league with'
and 10. scorers will be placed in the All needed equipment for the the first half rapidly coming to;
The boys with the four low Championship Flight. The next course will be provided and all a close.
scores in the age group from 18 low scorers will compose an- applicants must complete the ap- Wednesday night, Herb Ray-
12-17, (who will not have reach- other flight. This. is for mak- plication and medical form. bourn's well-balanced' quintet,
ed their 18th birthday by August ing up assignment times for The fee for the 25-hour course behind Ramon Reyes' 35 points,
15) will make up the team to re- play for the final 18 holes of is $25 payable upon registration, stormed past Bill Young's Gor-
present Panama at the Nation- play. Interested applicants may apply don's Gin five in the last three
al JayCee Golf Championships' At the end of 54 holes of play at the Main Desk in the "Y". minutes and twenty seconds to,
to be played at Midland, Texas, over the, Panama course, the Due to facilities enrollment is take the Ginners, 92-82. With
on August 20, 21, 22 and 23. four boys. scoring the lowest will limited. For further information, seven minutes and thirty se-
For the information of all be named to form the 1963 Pan- contact the Balboa YMCA. conds left to play, Ron Cortes
junior golfers, the tournament ama JayCee Golf Team. The The schedule for the summer led by eight, 78-70. While Ron-
qualifications are noted again, trip to the U. S. will be virtual- recreation program is as fol- Cortes slowed the torid pace a
The tourney will be conducted ly expense-free for the boys. lows: Until June 24, supervised bit, Gordon's Gin maintained-
in two groups: (1) 12 through Traveling via Miami, Florida, fla; June 2 sust the assault on the baskets
17 years of age and (2) under 12 they will engage in practice com- freay Jogae August 2 tbringinge the score to t 1-78, Ronst
years of age, petition against boys of their August 30, supervised foee p bay.. Cortisning the lead, with only
All entries, in both groups, own age group from several of gust 30, supervised fee play. Corts in the lead, with only
must be turned in to the club of the golf clubs around Miami. Major dates for the various 5:23' remaining. The two, teams.
which the contestant is a mem- The winner and runner-up of each tournaments have been esta tmet a brick wall until 3:23
flight will receive trophy awards. blished for the current summer to LeBun, w hen Ro Cortes' Mike
and the team members will ad- program. therun, who had 14 points for
9_ oir,-dJd ditionally receive golfer's sweat- Only one tourney is set for the Co night,hit two ump shots to
C Iridders ers, team patches, and other July an Independence Day hieh thrtesn ve -iisheead
Golf equipment. swimming meet between Gatun LeBrun hit seve relof histeahed.
SAmong the tops in Isthmian and Balboa. August is the big fi eun hit se s ea'
ijl ea l unior golfers are Jeff Riley and month for tournaments with' final eleven points.arreait
Search Craig-Stoudnor, both members nine scheduled. by four technal s a bin
F-r jPla of .the 1962 team, and Bobby On August 2 there is a table aHby four technical focus being
layers Duran, Pete Dehlinger, and Sam tennis tournament at Gatunm; eved the difference worts frow-
Scrihner. These five and. many four days later there will be a the floor as Ro Cortes hit 39
The Canal Zone Athletic Club /more juniors, will vie for the four foul-shooting tournament at field goal's to the Ginners' 28
is conducting a survey to deter- team spots early next month. Gamboa. On August 9 a volley- Roy Culbreth and am er Que28-
mine if sufficient personnel are Practice rounds for the tourna- ball tournament is scheduled at sada hit 13 and points, res-
available to field a football meant may be played at. the Pan- Coco Solo. pectively, for the winners. A
team for the 1963 season. ama Golf. Club, on Tuesday, July An archery tournament is, set fine effort by Gordon's Gin just
If sufficient personnel are 2,' Wednesday, July- 3, and Fri- for August,13 at Margaritta, and missed creatine a tie for first
available, the Athletic Club day, July 5. All players must on the following day the Junior plae. John Cronan led the
team will play in the Jamboree tee off not later than 9 aim., andu Olympic preliminaries will be losers with 20' while Jack Cor-,i
and will have one game with, only in groups of four. held on, each side of the' Isthmus. gn,, Archie Carroll Bill Young.
u inters hola er. .e course on Csketball then takes the spot-- Dick Gayer and C arlos Bran-
teamsthose days, by 1 p.m. lit, with a bys tournament dnmbrg chipped in, 17. 12, 11.
To be eligible, a player must All players, competing in the at ai s'A and a respectively.
qualify under rules of eligibili- 12-17 age group must use cad- girls tourney at Diablo o0 Tuesday night i to
ty'as set forth by the Canal dies employed at the Panama August 20. The following day ditch st by Ron Cortes after
Zone Schools Division, which Golf Club in thq tournament play. there will be a public e-hibit- of aidin t tes,
are as follows: The caddy fee for each 1a hotesi gymnastics and other summer' fi gnin the lead, to edge
1. He must not have reached of tournament play wilt be $2. activities at Coom Solo and Baatl- points, inthe final quarter and
his thirtieth birthday by Oc- No caddies will be- required for boa. oi rebfundanu on t er
tober 1. 1963. practice rounds. To round out the tournament some fine rebounding on the
2. He must be a No eliminations,wilt be held in chain for the summer, the Jun pait of R.aon 'Reyes saedithhe
of He must be a graduate the tournament play. All boys in ior Olympics are scheduled t out thF'u g hol-sesledi thought-
of alCristbalHigh Schooir l the 12-17 g.ppwill play the full be held at the Balboa Pool on out the game, holding an eight-
tended the Canal Zone Junior tee day. o pay.Augst 23.period: opened. However, 27'
College for at least one full points, in the final period, by Ron
Year on a full time basis. FI BaTl
3. No ane will be eligible VtW ll e
who has participated on a four-
year college varsity. football In a slugging, duel, Post 3835 add four runs to their total, when
team. outscored the Atlantic side entry Weidman doubled, and NelsonB
4. Servicemen are not el in, the V.F.W: League at, Fastlich Short and Rogers singled. The'
bible t Park last Saturday',, 12-0. In Atlantic sides were- unable -to
i one of the finest games. of the score in the seventh.
5. No' player will weigh more- year, each team- had eight hits, The winners used three pitch-
than the heaviest player on the the Atlantic side getting two ems in the "game. These included
four interscholastic teams, home runs and the winners, one. Larry Hager, who started the,
All interested personnel are The AtlManti side' got off to an game, and gave up> five runs and, i
urged to contact Canal Zone' early lead in the first and se- two hits. Mable, their second
Athletic ClubM President. Bill cond innings, when. they. scored hurler, came in to pitch in the
De La at Box 29 Bat six runs on three hits, oe of third and gave up, one run and I
boa or phone Balboa 3528: or which was. a roundBtripper by. one hit before being removed (
vice president. Bil Niciisher. shortstop- Orin Clement in the Craig Nelson. finished the- game,
Box 2352. Balboa, phone Ba& first inning. It looked like the allowing, two runs and five hits.
boa 3661: or secretary., Wally Atlanmti side's, bail game until Nelson led the winners, at the
'Trout. Box 146 Balboa. phone the' fifth inning, when Post 3835 plate with three, four tries.
Gamboa- 391. bboke' lose for seven, runs to at bat. 4
Information. rew.uired includes. take- the-lead-47. Smith- the left- For the losers, Hiackenson
eligibility c-ualifications'weeight, fielder, contributed, a threc-run started and gae- up, eight runs.
age, position and experience, homer in,. this. inning. In. the and= six hits. before Sanders came
The deadline' for receipt of the sixth, inning the- Atlantic siders in. Pitching in. the sixth, Sand-.
above information is. Fridar.. macehed right back into, the lead ers was tagged for four runs,
July 5. If sufficient interested with, a three-run circuit clout by Highly led the. visitors at bat with "Acme Hardware? Send '
personnel are not available hw their catcher, Valencia. two' hits in, three tries. over a d strn
this date. 'the-Cana>t Zone Athle. The. win puts Post 3835, in first ng
tic Club. football, team will be In the bottom of the, sixth, Post place with a 6-4 record,4 while stepladder
terminated. 3835f came from a 104- deficit to Post 40. has a 5-4 record:


Cortes. kiled F'o ujr lBois.e.s'
chances. Ramon Quesada,. se-
coand to Reyes: 171 markets,. had
14 W'aiy. Trout and( Mitke Pe-
trowsksi hit for 16; andi 15i, res-
pectiwely, for the losers.
The two, wins,. coupled, with
the 70>-56, RFn, Cortes. victory
oaer Seagpvins, earlier this
week,. put Ralbouwa.andi Com-
paw imn first ptlce I_ two
gmies.' The secondt-pliaee Gin-
ness; coppedi a, 6&59) wim omer
Seagranms a week, agp and& ace
in second plaice wit4 at 42. se-
Third place' Seagpams,, despite
losses. to> Ron, Cortes. and& Gor-
dbon's. Gin' recently,, bounced
back against Peugot 404 Thtes-
da"y, 69-63t, to hold the' show, spot
with a, 3-2 mark. White, House,
with a 2-3 record), stopped) Four
Roses 47'-46', but were pounded
by/ Gordon's; Gin, 74-57'. Gacy
Dunsmoor's, Four Roses,, in fifth
place' at 1-4,. suffered) a) loss. to
White' Horse and then, almost
pulling an, upoet,. were stopped
in the. final minutes. of play, by
Ron, Cortes, 55r51. Peugot 404,
captained by Joe Wood, has. no
possible, chance toi wini or tie
for the' first half of play, as. a
result of their 69-63! loss. to, Sea-
grams. The Carmen have lost
five straight games, without a
win this. year.
Reyes still leads the league
in points scored: and: in, points-
per-game average, with 181' and
30.17, respectively. Dick Gayer
'(Gordon's Gin), Ray, Nesbitt
(White Horse), and Tom, Mur-
phy and& Charlie. Newbury, (Sea-
grams), rounds out, the, top' five
in scoring. Ron Cortes: broke
two 1963W marks during: their
performance' Wednesday., night.
They. scored more, points; in the
game (92) than any other team
has scored' in, one- game, and
-they hit for the' most shots; from
the floor (39'), cracking the
previous mark set the. night
before of 32 by Seagrams.

Peugoet 404, despite five Itsses
in five games, still' poses a
threat to, pull" the big., upset.
They are unable, to win*'r tie
for the title in the first half,
bub, with players. like D*we Ste-
vens, above, and' Jennings. Rt-
gers. and Fred' Raybourn1 the
Car-men can, make' it- rough, for
the rest- of the- league. Stevens,
one of the league's top- scorers
last year, has ben, hav'iin g
trouble finding- his- shootinqw eve.
Despite the added. weight he
picked up because. of- several
weeks inactivity from: the bas-
ketball' court, his. speed' 'and
agility have been marred only
slightly. Should Stevens, who
was the sixth- man ,on- the
University of Oklahoma fresh-
man basketball team, and his
teammates get into. stride, they
could pose a. serious. threat. to
the league leaders,. Ron, Cortes.

'June, 21 1963

' Page THREE


Page FOUR SPILLWAY June, 211963


family are shown above in a 26-year-old pho-
tograph taken in 1937 on the 50th wedding
anniversary of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Frank Morrison (seated, third and fourth
in the second row). Many members of the
family still reside and work in the Canal Zone.
Seated on the grass are, from left: Nancy
Lee Crooks Ladd, Jacqueline Whitlock Strin-
ger, Dennis White, Andree Whitlock Collins,
and Jean Anne White McGinn, all now resid-
ing in the United States.
In second row, seated, from left: The late
Frances Morrison Griggle; Mary Cecil Morri-
son Lowe, who resides in the Canal Zone; the
late William Frank Morrison and Mrs. Mattie
J. Morrison; the late Guy S. Morrison; Nan-
nie I. Morrison Brown and Mattie B. Morri-
son Weiman, both residing in the United
States. All in this row were children of the
couple observing their golden wedding an-
Standing, from left, David Dickerson,
who resides in the United States; Walter G.
Brown, Jr., of Balboa who works for the Pan.

ama Canal Industrial Division; the late Geor-
ge Lowe, Sr.; Alton P. White, who recently
retired as Dredging Division Chief and Mrs.
Mattielee Brown White; Frances Brown Whit-
lock, who resides in the United States; Andrew
Whitlock, former Industrial Division Chief;
the late Helen Ellenwood Morrison; the late
Walter Brown, Sr., holding Paul Whitiock,
now of the United States; Minnie Brown
Burton of Balboa, who works for the Engi-
neering and Construction Bureau; the late
Michael Crooks, who' was a Canal Zone poli-
ceman, holding Judith Crooks Daily; and El-
mer G. Huldquist of Margarita, who holds a
position with the Marine Bureau.
Back row, standing, from left, Mary Jo
Lowe Yaeger of Balboa, who works in the
Accounting Division; Jack Brown of the
United States; Betty Morrison Rathgeber of
Balboa, who is employed in the Internal Secu-
rity Office; George Lowe, Jr., of Balboa, who
is with the Locks Division; Loraine Morrison
Descalzo of the United States; Flora, Belle
Moon Helmerichs who resides in South Amer-
ica; and R. Fred Huldquist of Margarita, who
is employed in the Marine Bureau.

MANCE certificate and check '.s
for $200 is handed Miss Marie
Weber R. N., nurse supervisor
at Palo Seco Leprosarium by
Col. R. J. Kamish, Canal Zone
Health Burean Directors. Miss
Weber was one of 66 Panama --
Canal employes who received r
official recognition and com- '
mendation for an outstanding
record of performance achiev- :..P
ed during the official rating
period April 1, 1962 through
March 31, 1963. In a Pacific :
,de ceremony Wednesday 37
outstanding Panama Canal em-
loyees were presented cer-
fficates and checks by Acting
:anal Zone Governor David S.
Parker. T w e n t y employees
eere present atltl '
g awahe,",,ceremony on the
1,-antic side of the Isthmus ,
thursday. Those employees j
Unable to attend the ceremony,
including Miss Weber, were
presented their a wards by
Jheir respective bureau direc-
i rs.

&ll shows start at 2 p.m., ex-
ept Gamboa movies, which
Agin at 6:15 p.m. The admis-
sion prices for Balboa and Coco
Solo are: adults, $.45; children,
$.25. At Gamboa and Margarita
the prices are: adults, $.35;
children, $.20.
RALBOA June 25, "Nikki,
Wild Dog of the North"; June
26, "Watusi"; June 27, "The
Wackiest Ship in the Army".
OCO SOLO June 25, "Her-
cules Unchained"; June 26,
"13 Ghosts"; June 27, "Stop,
Look and Laugh."
ARGARITA June 25, "Stop,
Look and Laugh"; June 26,
"Hercules Unchained"; June
17, "13 Ghosts."
AMBOA --June 24, "Watusi";
July 1, "Nikki, Wild Dog of
the North."
The Three Stooges... the fun-
jaiest of the funny men at
their riotous, uproarious best.
$5 mins.

Steve Reeves-Sylvia Koscina:
See the mammoth war of the
chariots, the conquest of
giants and the "Arena of
Tigers". 105 mins.
13 GHOSTS: Charles Herbert-
Jo M'orow: If you should only
count 12 ghosts on the screen,
don't feel cheated one of
them likes to mingle with the
audience. In color. 95 mins..
NORTH: Jean Cottu-Nikki,
the dog: Walt Disney's unsur-
passed wilderness adventure
of three friends... a rugged
man, a huge bear, and Nikki
a fighting king of a majes-
tic breed. In color. 80 mins.
WATUSI: George Montgomery-
Tiana Elg: Africa comes to
you with all it's splendor and
peril. They faced death in
their search for- treasure but
found love more important.
In color. 90 mins.
ARMY: ,Ja k Ljk q-Rjclhy

Nelson: The ocean roars and
so will you. In Scope and
color. 105 mins.

is an official publication of the
Panama Canal, Balboa Heights,
C. Z. News articles contained in it
are made available to all interest-
ed news media for whatever use
they may wish to' make of them
and may be reprinted without of-
ficial clearance.
is printed weekly at the Star and
Herald Publishing Co., Panama,
Republic of Panama.
Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
\ David S; Parker
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended for publication
in the SPILLWAY should be receiv-
ed In the Panama Canal Press Of-
fice no later than Tuesday after-
noon of the week of publication.
Urgent material can be received
and processed for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noonon Thursday. Mail material
Box M. Balboa Helights, C. Z.

Class of '38

Sets Reunion
The Class of 1938, Balboa
High School, will hold its 25th
anniversary with a dinner
party at the Amador Officers
Mess on Friday evening, June
28. The party will begin at
6:30 p.m. and will be followed
by cocktails and dinner.
All 1938 graduates of Balboa
High School who are interest-
ed in attending may contact
William LeBrun at Balboa
2-1420 (office) or Balboa
2-3632 (home) or Julio Valdes
at Panama 3-0134 (office) or
Panama 4-1087 (home).

Art Exhibit

Exiled Cuban artist, Huergo
Gomez, is holding a farewell
exhibition of his work at the
USO-JWB Armed Service
Center, Balboa starting Tues-
day evening.
Entitled "Huergo Gomez' Fan-
tasies" the exhibition includes
unusual paintings, which Pan-
amanian painter, Beatrix Bri-
cefio, was moved to coin the
term "surreo-spatial" to clas-
They consist mostly of areas
of varied tones built one over
the other upon which delicate
lines and rayed globes are
depicted, giving a feeling of
star galaxies, comets, and in-
terstellar space.
Gomez recently exhibited at
the Panama-North American
Association gallery in Panama
City, where many of his paint-
ings were sold. With sale of
the remaining ones, the young
Cuban artist will be able to
cover his travelling expenses to
the United States, where lie is
to attend the Chicago Art Insti-


June 24-Fiesta of San Juan in
Penonome and Chitre.
June 26-29-Panama University
Theater will present the
play "Ay de los Venci-
dos" by Panama author
Ernesto Endara at 8:30
p.m. at the Paraninfo.
June 28-30-Cristobal L itt 1. e
Theater will present the
* comedy "Blood, Sweat,
and Stanley Poole" at 8
t. 4 ar1anc e Field
Little Theater- -
June 29-Fiesta of San Pedro
in Los Pozos and La Co-
July 4-U.S. Independence Day.
,July 6-The Panama "Theater
of Art" will present at
the National Theater a
play entitled in Spanish
Shrews) a melodrama by
Ediza N. Moreno. The
interpreters of this
Theater study the Stanis-
lawsky method acting.
July 5-7- Cristobal Little
Theater presents the com-
edy "Blood. Sweat, and
Stanley Poo 1 e" at the
France Field Little
Theater at 8:00 p.m.
July 12, 20-"Miss Panama"
contest at the Panama
Hilton Patio to select Pan-
ama's representative to
the International Beauty
Congress in Long Beach,
California, in August.
: JULY 15-Benefit concert spon-
sored by Latin American
Scholarship Committee in
Balboa High School Activ-
ities Building at 8 p.m.
July 15-19-Fourth Conference
of the American Armies,
Fort Amador.
July 16-21-A celebration in
honor of the Taboga
Patron Saint, including a
maritime procession July
21 at 9 a.m., and a flower
procession at 3 p.m. Tlh
Tourist Bureau of Pan-
ama will establish con-
tinuous launch service.



1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Man To Man
3:45-Sunday Sports
5:00-This Is The Life
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30-Creative America
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
9:00-Candid Camera
9:30-What's My Line
10:00-Merv Griffin
10:30-Alumni Fun
11:00--Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Jack Paar

5:00-First Edition
5:05-Tenn. Ernie Ford
5:30-American Musical
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Global Zobel
7:15-Air Force Story
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:55-SCN News
"Eye Witness"
10:30-Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-Milwaukee Braves
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-True Adventure
7:00-Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore qhow
8:55-SCN News
9:00-A--'mhair Theater-
"Lucky Stiff"
10:30-Ted Mack
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.

5:00-First Edition
5:05-Shar Lewis
5:30-Concert Hall
6:00-4 Star Edition
7:00-Around and About
7:30-Steve Canyon
8:00-Perry Como
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Wire Service
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc. Garry Moore

5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-Science In Action
6:00-4 Star Edition
Southeast Asia
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Sing Along With
10:00-Steve Allen Show
11:00-Final Edition,
11:15-Enc: Perry Como

5:00-First Edition
:0o5-Circus Time
6:00-4 Star Edition
7:00-College Bowl
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
8:00-Arthur Godfrey
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Price Is Right
9:30-I've Got A Secret
10:00--Jack Paar Show
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Friday Night Theater
"Monster From
The Ocean Floor'.

1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Pro Bowlers Tour
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:30-Big Picture
7:00--Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Circle Theater
I0:00-Steve Allen Show
11:00-Final Edition.
:IS---Ene: Arthur Godfrey

June, 21 1963








Grado y Salario Basico
escal6n Hora
M-1 1 $0.70
2 .73
3 .76
M-2 1 .74
2 .77
3 .80
M-3 1 .78
2 .81
3 .84
M-4 1 .82
2 .85
3 .88
M-5 1 .85
2 .89
3 .93
M-6 1 .94
2 .98
3 1.02
M-7 1 1.08
2 1.13
3 1.18
M-8 1 1.28
2 1.33
3 1.38
M-9 1 1.51
2 1.57
3 1.63
M-10 1 1.81
2 1.97
3 1.97




9.50QQ ymplea'dds no estadounidenses del Canal de Panamd, empe-
zaran a go2ar de in aumento de salario a partir del 7 de julio venide-
ro, como seeuela del incremento del salario minimo anunciado por el
Gobermi r Robert J. Fleming, Jr., y el General Andrew P. O'Meare
el 14 de marza pasado. El salario minimo ha sido fijado en 70 centavos
por hora pero al elevdrsele a los apenas 1.000 empleados que ganan
menos, la escala ascendente tambign queda modificada, afectando a
unos 9.500 empleados.
En suma redonda el aumento global implica que los empleados no
norte-americanos recibirdn, mensualmente, alrededor de $300.000 mds;
de esa suma dos tercios correspondent al Canal de Panamd, y el rest
a otras agencies gubernamentales establecidas en la Zona del Canal.
Para el empleado individual el aumento significa que cada dos se-
manas su cheque llegard a unos $10.00 mds que antes, como promedio
Tipico de los aumentos podrian citarse los siguientes casos medios:
vendedores que ahora gdnan 98 centavos por hora pasaran a ganar
. Recolectores de basura que ganan ahora 73 centavos por hora pasa-
ran a ganar 85 centavos por hora; un pintor que ahora recibe $1.53
por hora, recibird $1.89 bajo la nueva escala de salaries; un chofer que
gana 87 centavos pasard a ganar 98 centavos por hora desde el 7 de
julio; un camarero que recibe ahora 64 centavos por hora, recibird 77
centavos; un pasalineas que devenga 73 centavos a la hora, cobrard 85,
centavos y un estibador que recibe ahora $1.01. percibird $1.13 Vor
h'nr ,-





Salario Basips
y escal6n Anual Hoer

NM-i (1)
NM-2 (1)
NM-3 (1)



$ .70




Desde el domingo a las 4 de
la tarde se abri6 de nuevo al
trAnsito la via al Hospital Gor-
gas, al completarse la pavimen-
taci6n en asfalto de esa area
por parte de cuadrillas de la
Division de Mantenimiento del
Canal de Panama.
El trabajo se inici6 el sAba-
do a las siete de la mariana, es-
tableci6ndose los desvios nece-
sarios para que pudiese fluir
el trAnsitf vehicular.
La entrada a la via Gorgas.
detrAs del Hospital, qued6 ce-
rrada esa mafiana, transitando
los vehiculos por la calle He-
rrick. dando ]a vuelta enfrente
al edificio administrative del
hospital. El domingo la ruta se
cambi6, cerrAndose la c a 11 e
Herrick y utilizAndose la Gor-
Ya el domingo en la tarde se
normalize la situaci6n' re-esta-
bleci6ndose el trAnsito en la fqr-
3ma usual al quedar' re-pavi-
mentada la rua.

(Junio 10 16) /
Esclusas de
Miraflores .......... 1,868
Esclusas de Gatfin .... 164
Las, Cruces,
12 viajes ........... 1,585
Reina Manuelita,-
2 viajes ............ 36
Barcos de pasajeros, 3 190
Otras excursions ..... 70
TOTAL ....... 3,913


Fubicacibn olicial del Canal do
Panama, impoesa semanalmente en
os lalleres de "La Estrella de Pa-,
,am6' en la ciudad do Panama,
Bep blica de Panama. So autori-
za ]a reproducci6n ya fuere verbal
o escrita. de cualquier cr6nica o
noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesi-
dad de solicitud express.
Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
David S. Parker
Jefe de )a Oticina de Informaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La inlormaci6n que s0are.
publicar en el SPILLWA ep ser
recibida en la olia .cWgl9e de
Prensa a mrs taidar el martes en
la tarde para la pr6xima edici6n.
Trdomnaci6n de caricter u rente po-
dria sot enlregada 16l miercoles y
basta el Iueves antes del-mediodia.,
Dirijir ]a correspohdencia a PA-
Balboa Heights. Zoma del Canal.

Vol. II No. 1



Cuatro miembros del equipo de auditors de la Auditoria Ge-
neral de los Estados Unidos, Washington, D. C., Ilegaron al 1st-
mo el lunes abordo del vapor Crist6bal para el auditar de la or-
ganizaci6n del Canal de Panama correspondiente al aho de i963.
El rest del equipo es esperado en el curso de la semana veni-
Clare E. Rohrer, quien encabeza el grupo, Ileg6 acompaiado
- de su sefiora esposa; es la tercera visit que hace al Istmo, lu-
gar que conoce desde 1948.
Cuatro miembros del grupo ya participaran antes en igual
actividad localmente. Los nuevos miembros son Billy M. Gregg,
Joseph W. Hill, Richard B. Humphrey, Robert Iffert, Raymond
A. Plunkett y James C. Primm.
Completan el equipo B. Douglas Hogan, Robert S. Larkin,
Carl D. McClure y John J. McGarry.
Junto con los esposos Rohrer, vinieron los esposos Jbseph W.
Hill, Richard B. Humphrey y Carl D. McClure, a 6stos ultimos
los.-acompaiaban dos hijos.

Hablen con la Enfermera

Para 1o de su Vacuna Oral

La 'campafia contra el terri-
ble flagelo de la poliomielitis
mediante la vacuna oral Sabin,
recientemente Ileva a cabo en
la Zona del Canal, tanto en el
litoral atlAntico cuanto en el pa-
cifico, registry el mayor 6xito
entire los empleados de la or-
ganizaci6n y sus familiares,
quienes reciiberon la dosis co-
rrespondientes de los tipos I y
luego II y III conjuntamente.
La Direcci6n de Salubridad
estuvo altamente complacida
por el hecho de que 28.024 per-
sonas tomaron la segunda do-
sis (tipos II y III). 26.481 per-
sonas habian tonmado la prime-
ra dosis para un total de 54.505
dosis distribuidas durante la
La vacuna oral contra la po-
liomielitis serA stiministrada
en los 6 Centros Comunales de
Salubridad en los 3 tipos, a to-
da persona que no logr6, por
una raz6n u otra, tomar las do-
sis correspondientes. Los inte-
resados deben ponerse en con-
tacto con la enfermera de Sa-
lud Piblica en los, Centros Co-

MARTA ROSA, mecan6grafa.oficinista de la Contraloria, entrega a Rupert Lowe, oficinista de la
Tesoreria otro Bono de Ahorro. Lowe, quien trabaja per la organizaci6n desde hace 14 afios, se
ha enrolado en el program de adquisici6n de Bonos de Ahorro de la Libertad, de los Estados Uni-
dos, que es una forma sistematica y automStica de ahorrar. La seoiorita Sosa trabaj6 hasta hace
unos 3 meses con la Intendencia del Eiercito de los Esfados Unilos. Cerca de 3.638 empleados del
Canal de Panama, se halian enrolados en .1 program estadounidense de Bonos de Ahorro de la
Libertad en el cual todo empleado tendrin la oportunidad de ingresar durante el corriente mes de
union .

munales de Salubridad.
La ilamada dosis de "refuer-
zo" que comprende los 3 tipos
de vacuna oral, sera ofrecida
durante el mes de octubre ve-
nidero en todos los Centros Co-
munales de Salubridad. Aque-
llas personas que proyecten au-
sentarse durante octubre. pue-
den entenderse con la enferme-
ra de su Centro de Salubridad
para recibir la dosis de refuer-
zo antes de partir.



La fecha de salida del va.
por Crist6bal, en el que via.
jarAn muchas personas que
salen a temperar, ha sido
cambiada del lo. de julio al
30 de junior a las 3 de la tar..
Los pasajeros deben reco-
jer sus boletos de viaje a mis
tardar el viernes 28 de junio.

Con este n6mero el SPILL-
WAY entra en su segundo
aio de vida. Remozado en su
format, con mayor capaci-
dad en sus columns y con
un creciente y sostenido de-
seo de prestar mejor servicio
a sus lectores.
Todas esas ansias y sanos
prop6sitos fueran vanos s9
faltare el apoyo y colabora-
ci6n de aquellos a quienes
se pretend, precisamente,
Al iniciarse esta segunda
etapa, vuelve el SPILLWAY
a hacer un liamado a todos
para que colaboren en esta
publicaci6n, facilitandole al
cuerpo de redacci6n toda in-
formaci6n, dato o noticia que
pudiese ser de interns comu-
nal y que, por Io tanto, ame-
ritase ser difundida y pro-
Son muchas las cosas que
suceden que no Ilegan a nues-
tra atenci6n. Es tan ancho el
campo de nuestra funci6n in.
formativa que, necesaria.
mente, result impossible der-
le cabal cumplimiento.
Ya lo saben, tirios y troya.
nos, que esperamos sus gra-
tas 6rdenes en los tel6fonos
Balboa 2611, 2925 6 1477 y
Panama 2-1662.
Dirigir la correspondence
a la Casilla Postal "M", lBa.
boa Heights, Zona del Cao#,.

S El Canal de Panama



. Piqina DOS


Junio 21 de 1963

I "Business Week" Habla de

ILas Delicias de Panama
La revista "Business Week" jor forma.,de ver el Canal -si "Las islas de San Blas,
editada en los Estados Unidos no esta Ud. abordo- es una millas del terminal atl
dedica mas de una plana a una travesia en tren de 90 minutes del Canal, tienen varias 1
cr6nica sobre las bellezas pa- de duraci6n que conduce de Pa- clones indigenas donde el
norAmicas de Panama y sus namA a Col6n, en el atlAntico... po se detuvo hace 400 afi
atracciones para el turismo. march uno paralelamente a puede volar al punto con

La cronica, aparecida en la
entrega correspondiente al 4 de
mayo, dice, en parte: "La me-

VunelduI Pairi

la rut
viaje i
es por
isla di

S D danam
TR ahar I 1 distan
El Comit Latino-Americano la lan
4 de Becas ha anunciado un con- noctar
cierto para el lunes 15 de julio
a las ocho de la noche en el
C' edificio de actors de la Escuela
el dSecundaria de Balboa. El con-
cierto serA a beneficio del fon-
.do para becas para estudian-
EDWARD A. DOOLAN, Director de Personal del Canal de Pana- tes necesitados graduados de
,, -orta la simb6lica cinta de la nueva Guarderia Infantil de las escuelas latino-americanas.
Pedro Migi que fue inaugurada el jueves por la tarde en Il Actuaran en el program la
part superior de- o Civico de Pedro Miguel. El senior Banda del 776 de la Fuerza A-
Doolan act,6 en representac I ador de la Zona del rea, acantonada en la base de
Canal. A la izquierda aparece la Sra. Teresa Luce ., ---' dca
del Comit4 de Beneficencia del Club Femenino de Balboa y al y el organista "'.
centro la Sra. Hildegarde Epperson, Primera Vice-Presidenta del Los boletos estn yPa v
Club Femenino de Balboa, quien fue la oradora principal en el ta y se pide la cooperaciopf -
acto de inauguraci6n. blica.


a interoceamnica, se ven
as de las esclusas y el
redondo solo cuesta $2.00".
*a magnifica excursi6n
* lancha de Panama a la
e Taboga en la Bahia de
na, a solo 60 minutes de
cia. El hotel Taboga es
fio, modern y para al-
o y playa, y -si pierde
cha de retorno- para per-

a. 75
os. Se

tal mas cercano y terminar el
viaje en bote, para llegar a per-
noctar en el mes6n Kuna; en
la isla de Porvenir".
"Los fantasticos cuenitos de
pesca en Panama lo mas, pro-
bable es que resulten ciertos.
Se puede alquilar un bardo 'en
Col6n, sobre el atlAntico. para
buena pesca. Pero la ,mayor
acci6n estA en el pacifico, don-
de un barco cuesta $75.00 dia-



Segfin investigaciones realiza-
das por el Profesor Hans Herm-
sen, de Hamburgo, el hombre
modern necesita 8 horas de
suefio profundo, y sin irritacio-
nes causadas por ruidos exter-
nos, a fin de poder afrontar la
carga de sus cotidianos queha-
Muchas personas desestiman
ila importancia de un suefio sin
sobresaltos, alega el Profesor,
sin considerar que hasta el. rui-
do mis intimo interfere con su
El durmiente ni siquiera nece-
sita ser despertado por el rui-
do ya que la irritaci6n causada
reduce su descanso. Desde una
distancia de una yarda, todo

ruido que se produzca -aun
una palabra en voz baja-, es
registrado acftsticamente en el
cerebro human, adn cuando la
persona no se despierte.
Desgraciadamente la vida mo-
derna en barrios residenciales
densamente poblados, no ofrece
asidero para una genuina tran-
quilidad nocturna. Mucha gen-
te, por raz6n, se levanta de
mal humor y hasta fatigada, a
la mafiana siguiente, -debido a
una verdadera y orgdnica falta
de suefio, por mas que hubieren
El Profesor hamburgu6s con-
sidera que matrimonios de edad
avanzada deben ocupar rect-
maras aparte; sefiala el sabio

que los hAbitos de uno-de los
c6nyuges (retirarse tarde, leer
en el lecho, etc.) producen-rui-.
dos que perturban el suefio del
otro c6nyuge y eso es recomen-
dable evitarlo a todo trance
para felicidad .de ambos.

ERNESTO C. ARCHIBOLD (izq.) tripulante de lancha, recibe de
manos del Capitan Eli D. Ring (derecha) jefe de la Division de
Navegaci6n, un Certificado de Salvador de Vida y.un cheque por
$100.00 con motive de haber expueste su propia vida para salvar
la de un marino que cay6 al agua en la bahia de Crist6bal. El Ca-
pitin de lancha, Wilfred E. Stuart, observe la ceremonia.

H~~~~ 'AwaGmme~In~

Los residents de la Zona del
Canal tendran oportunidad de
admirar los cuadros del pintor
cubano, Huergo G6mez, que es-
tan siendo expuestos en el Cen-
tro Heb re o de Beneficencia
(USO-JWB) en Balboa desde el
martes en la noche.
Titulada-'"Fantasias de Huer-
go) Gd6mez", la exposici6n fu6
presentada anteriormente con
gran 6xito artistico en la gale-
ria de la Asociaci6n Pariamefio-
Norteamerican'. en Avenida Pe-
ru, Panama) donde muchas de

las obras fueron adquiridas.
Con el product de la venta el
artist exilado partiri para Chi-
cago donde atendera el Institu-
to de Arte de esa ciudad.
Las obras de Huergo G6mez
han sido calificadas de "surrea-
lismo-espacial' por conocida
artist panamefia.
La sutileza del dibujo unida
a la cromitica, contribuyen a
la creaci6n de ese mundo irreal,
"espacial" que tanto intriga en
la obra del meritorio exilado



Lustrosas chapas de bronze
penden ahora del pescuezo de
conmo el 50 por ciento de la po-
blaci6n canina de la'Zona del
Canal al aproximarse la fecha
en que entrarA en vigor el uso
de las nuevas licencias para
perros de ,mis de 4 meses de
El dia "P" (de perro) 6s el
lo. de agosto y la Secci6n de
Licencias, ubicada en el edifi-
cio -de Asuntos Civiles. (anti-
gue terminal del aeropuerto
de Albrook) est presta a exten-
der esas liceicias mediante la
presentaci6n de un certificado
vigenie de vacuna anti-ribica.
Perros que hubiesen sido va-
cucados entire el lo. de mayo de
1960 y el lo. de mayo de 1961
'endran que ser vacunados nue-

vamente para hacerse acree-
dores a licencia este afio.
La vacuna anti-rAbica sumi-
nistrada en la Zona del Canal
tiene validez de 3 ailos ,de mo-
do que todo can que hubiese si-
do vacunado despu6s del lo. de
mayo, 1961, es acreedor a nue-
va licencia este afio sin nece-
sidad de ser re-vacunado.
La vacunaci6n se efecttia en
1l Clinica Animal de Corozal,
para el litoral pacifico y en la
Oficina de Sanidad del Area
Norte para los del atlantico. Es
preciso hacer cita llamando al
tel6fono Balboa 2883 o Crist6-
bal 2576. En Corozal el horario
es: de 11 a 11:40 a.m. los -lu-
nes, midrcoles y v ernes y. los
lunes y viernes en la tarde de
1 a 4:40 p.m .,





Junio 21 de 1963





Pigina TRES





Futbolistas Para

En el campo de juegos
de Paraiso se llevarA a ca-
bo hoy a las 2:30 p.m. la
inauguraci6n del campeo-
nato intercolegial de futbol
entire equipos de las escue-
las secundarias Latinoame-
ricanas de la Zona del Ca-
Corresponder4 abrir la
just balompedica a los on-
cenos de Rainbow City y
Paraiso, partido en el cual
darA el saque inicial el pro-
fesor Carlos A. Vaz, Direc-

tor Interino de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso.
La j u s t a continuari el
mi6rcoles pr6ximo a las
3:00 p.m. cuando se midan
en Santa Cruz los oncenos
representatives de las es-
cuelas de Paraiso y Santa
Hoy tambien se iniciarAn
los campeonatos de tennis de
mesa y de Badminton para
n fi a s, en Paraiso, conti-
nuando el miercoles en San-
ta Cruz.

Onceno del Club Atitico

El Club Atl4tico de la Zona
del Canal esta ]levando a cabo
una encuesta para determinar
si existe personal suficiente pa-
ra former un equipo de fHtbol
para la temporada de 1963.
Si hay personal suficiente dis-
ponible, el equipo del Club Atle-
tico jugarA en el "Jamboree"
y celebrarA un partido con ca-
da uno de los cuatro conjuntos
Para, ser eligible -un jugador
deberfi calificar de acuerdo con

los 30 afoies de edad para el lo.
de octubre de 1963.
2. Debe ser graduado de la
Escuela Secundaria de Crist6-
bal o de Balboa o haber asisti-
do al Primer Ciclo Universita-
rio de la Zona del Canal por lo
menos durante un afio comple-
to a base de tiempo complete.
3. No sera eligible el que ha-
ya participado en un equipo de
fitbol de primera categoria de
universidad durante 4 afios.
4. Los militares no son elegi-

inmediatamente con el Presi-
dente del Club AtlBtico de la
Zona del Canal, Bill De La
,Mater en el apartado 296, Bal-
boa, o telefonear-a Balboa 3528;
o con el vice-Presidente, Bill
Nickisher, apartadc 2352, Bal-
boa, teldfono Balboa 3661; o
con el Secretario. Wally Trout,
apartado 146 Balboa, tel6fono
Gamboa 391.
La informaci6n requerida in-
cluye requisites de elegibilidad,
peso, edad. posici6n y experien-
cia. La-fecha final para recibir

LI A E UT D AD ATCIO las reglas de elegibilidad im- 5. Ninguin jugador pesara mas la informaci6n es el viernes 5
LiJ E JDE IUI JJ [AJ Ii puesta de ahora en adelante que el jugador mas pesado en de julio. Si no hay suficiente
per la Divisi6n de Escuelas de los cuatro equipos intercolegia- personal interesado para esa fe-
;Al frente del torneo intern de una sola vuelta en la cual cada la Zona del Canal, las cuales les. cha. el equipo de fut 4-
futbol del Primer Ciclo de la Es- conjunto celebrarA un partido son: Todas las personas interesa- Club Atletino dena del
cuela Secundaria de Paraiso, se con cada uno de los otros. 1. No debe haber llegado a das deben ponerse en contact Canal serinado
encuentra el onceno del grado Los equipos mrachaban asi .. w
VIII-A, despubs de haber venci- hasta el martes: --
'G. P. E. Pts. 0 *
C1por dos goles a cero. VII4."-- 7..,' 0 4_ r| l'VTd17- f ,. l .1 *
Este torneo intern se inici6 VII-B 1 0.- 0^ 2 I Ver si l.O erV ro
el 10 de junio y finalizarhi en la VII-C 0 0 1 1 1
segunda semana del mes de ju- VII-D 0 0 1 1 A
EstAii participando site equi- VII-A 1 0 0 Abren Ma ana a de Basket
pos en el torneo que constara de VIII-C 0 1 0 0 r

Mafiana a las 8 p.m. sera inau-
gurado el campeonato de balon-
cesto de Panama en la cancha
del Gimnasio Nacional, con ,el
partido que sostendrAn los quinte-
tos Cerveza Atlas y Universidad
de PanamA.
En el torneo de este afio parti-
ciparAn uinicamente cuatro equi-
pos, los cuales estan bien balan-
ceados, pues cuentan con los

mejores canasteros locales. Los
otros conjuntos son Renault y
Deportivo Jorge A. Panay.
El President de la Repiblica,
Don Roberto F. Chiari ha sido
invitado por los directors de la
Liga Distritorial de Baloncesto
de Panama para que haga el sa-
que de honor en el partido de
inauguraci6n de mafiana por la
noche en el coliseo deportivo de
la Avenida "A'.



EL ONCENO brasileio "Bon Sucesso", que ha-:realizado una' extensa gira por Centro y Sur Am6-
rica recientemnete, se presentarA en Panama el pr6ximo lunes 24 del corriente en el Estadio Olim-
pico "Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena", frente al onceno local "Uni6n Espaiola" que irA debidamente
reforzado a la capcha. 'EIpartido comenzar- a las .8:00 p.m., Los brasilefios vienen procedentes de
Colombia, en dohde ganaron cinco partidos, empataron dos y perdieron solamente uno. Tambi6n
ban jugado en Guatemala y otros paises centroamericanos despu6s de un recorrido por Europa
en donde quedaron invictos.

El encuentro entire el campe6n
ligero junior de Jamaica, Wesley
Hines y el campe6n pluma de Pa-
nama, Berisford Francis, sefiala-
do para el domingo 23 del co-
rriente, ha sido aplazado para el
14 de Julio pr6ximo.
La postergaci6n del combat
- se debi6 a que Hines no pudo lle-
gar al Istmo con los cinco dias
de anticipaci6n exigidos por la
Comisi6n de Boxeo Profesional
de Panami. Su llegada estaba
anunciada para el mi6rcoles 6l1-
timo, pero la linea area en que
debia viajar, cambi6 su itinera-
rio de Kingston de los miercoles
para los jueves.
Con este aplazamiento no ha-



brf actividad boxistica profesio-
rial el pr6ximo domingo en el


El onceno del grado VIII-B
conquist6 el campeonato interno
de futbol en la Escuela de Santa
Cruz, al derrotar el martes al
VII-A con anotaci6n de 2 goles
por 1.
Esta liga internal se inicib el 10
de junio con la participaci6n de
cuatro equipos de esta estuela
laI4noamericana de la Zona slel
El estado final de los equipos
fue el siguiente:
G. P. Pts.
VIII-B 5 1 10
VHI-A 4 2 8
VII-B 2 4 4
VII-A 1 5 2.


El Segundo Ciclo de laEscue-
la Secundaria de paraiso esta
celebrando tambi6n su liga inter-
ma de futbol, con la participaci6n
de ocho equipos. El torneo co-
menz6 el 10 de junio.y deberi fi-
nalizar en la segunda semana del
mes de julio.
En el partido celebrado el mar-
tes per la tarde, el 'Deportivo
Balboa super al Deportivo Sal-
vador per dos goles a uno en un
cheoque muy refido, pasando en
esta forma el Balboa al primer
lugar en la table de posiciones,

Las Estrellas de la Armada de los Estados Unidos, integra-
das per una constelaci6n de ases de la Infanteria de Marina,
Guardacostas y Servicios Especiales de la Armada, llegarin a
Col6n el 2 de julio pr6ximo, para presentarse en el Gimnasio
Claudia Lowe del Colegio Abel Bravo en un partido de balonces-
to con los famosos Guaracheros de Col6n.
Este el noveno partido annual en conmemoraci6n a la Inde-
pendencia de los Estados Unidos a beneficio del fondo estudiantil.
Altos funcionarios de la Republica de Panama y la Zona del
Canal asistiran al desaflo y el traditional trofeo "Pfizer" sera
entregado al ganador del encuentro.
Una pequefia suma sera cobrada para entrar al juego y to-
dos estfn invitados para asistir a este event deportivo caritati-
vo, el cual es parte del program de Buena Voluntad del Presi-
dente de los Estados Unidos para la America Latina, cuyo go-
bierno sera representado por el C6nsul Bernard Anthony Fem-
minella y su esposa.



Para el domingo a las 8 de la
noche ha seialado su program
de esta semana la Liga Distrito-
rial de Boxeo Aficionado de Col6n
en el tinglado de la Arena de
En esta ocasi6n la cartilla
consta de cinco interesantes
combates, los cuales son:
J. Gonzalez vs. R. Vasquez
11 lbs.

C. Borbfia vs. G. Lince
139 lbs.
B. J. P. Blackie vs. L. hMarin
112 lbs.
C. McKenzie vs. TomAs GOrd6n
126 lbs.
Antonio Amaya vs. P. Muridlo
126 lbs.
Felix Castillo vs. R. ]D*Po
119 Ibs.


Junio 21 de 1963






11:30 Documental
12:00 Panamefio Pananmefio
12:30 Show del Mediodia
1:30 Cine en su Casa
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
,5:30 La Nueva
S Generaci6n
6:30 litazo Royal
7:00 Rodeo
8:00 Ciudad Deanuda
9:00 Un Paso al M6s
9:30 El Buen Pastor
10:30 Teleteatro
12:00 Carnaval de
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro I
4:30 Carnaval de Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Dick Tracy
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Superman
7:30 Supers6nicos
8:00 Ajedrez Fatal
9:00 Foro de Opini6n
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

.12:00 Carnaval de
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Muler
5:45 Fiesta do Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Notlcias
7:00 Roy Rodgers
7:30 Biografia
8:00 Fred Astaire
9:00 Imperio del Oeste
10:00 Notlicias
10:15 Teleteatro
12:00 Carnaval de
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleleatro
4:30 Carnaval, de
5:00 Mundo de la Muler
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Dibujos Animados
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Buggs Bunny
7:30 Blanquita Amaro
8:00 Surf Side 8
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Nick Charles
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teletekatro
12:00 Carnaval de
1230' Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
-~00 Mundo de" la MuJer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Extraio Mundo del
7:30. International Show
8:30 La Hora Once
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
12:00 Carnaval de
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serle Semanal
1:30 Sussy
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportaies Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
5:00 Mundo de la Muier
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 E. Cegato Magoo
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Hombre del Rifle
7:30 Picapiedras
8:00 Boris Karloff
9:00 El Fabricante de No-
9:30 Mantovani
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Sala de Proyecci6n
10:45 Teleteatro

12:00 Carnaval de
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Teleteatro
3:00 Avances
3:15 Reportaies Mundiales
4:00 Sarao de Teved6s
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Nolicias
7:00 Combate
8:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Sam Benedict
10:00 Nolicias
10:15 Teleteatro


10:00 Todo pen lato Patria
10:30 Inspector Leclerc
11:00 Salvese Quien Pueda
11:30 Hazadias del Espa.
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:3d Cero Uno
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula
11:30 Alegrtas Inftntiles
12:15 Pdjaros de Acero
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas rardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocma en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
5:30 riteres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Ley del Rev6lver.
7:00 Nottcias
7:30 Rin tin Tin
8:00 Legion Extranjera
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Pecado- Mortal
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Rastro
12:45 oticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en -T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana-
5:30 riteres y Cbmicas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Estudia Pepsi
8:00 El Martes a las 8
(viva, musical)
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 El. Tercer Hombre
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diario do a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novel Semanal .
1:45 Buenos Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Momias de Guana.
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Ivanhoe
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Sir Francis Drake
8:00 C6micos y Cancio-
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dr.' Kildare
10:30 Notcias
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jinete de la Pradera
12:45 Nodcias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental

..V" mias de Guana-
-" juato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Kraft Musical
8:00 La H o r a Orange
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 Dick Powell Show
10:30 Noticias
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jet Jackson
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenos Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
'5:00 Momias de Guana-
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Annie Oakley
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 La Gloria Qued6
9:00 Pecado Mortal
9:30 La Era Siniestra
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
11:30 Alegrlas Infantiles
12:15 Llanero Solitario
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00 Momias de Guana-
4:30 Cocina en T.V.
5:00 Club Infantil Televito
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Jinetes de McKenzie
6:30 Investiqador .Sub-
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7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticlas
10:15 Pelicula


IRIS GALE es vendedora en la dulceria del Almac6n Balboa, en
donde tiene 30 afios de estar prestando servicios al Canal de
Panama. Su figure es muy popular entire los que gustan de los
dulces y acuden al Almac6n de Balboa. Ella lieg6 procedente
de Barbados en 1927 y comenz6 a trabajar con el entonces Co-
misariato de Balboa seis/afios mas tarde. Ha recibido botones
por 10, 20 y 30 alios de servicio con el !Canal de Panama. En
sus ratos de ocio prefiere' descansar en su residencia en Panama.

DORA DE CHEN es una figure muy familiar
para todos aquellos empleados del Canal de
Panama, que acuden a menudo al Almac6n de
Balboa para hacer sus compras. Esta popu-
lar camera, que tiene 22 ainos de servicios con
el Canal de Panama, gan6 hace poco un pre-
mio por Servicio Sobresaliente de $100 por
haber registrado las mayores cantidades de
dinero en todos los almacenes, sin error, Ile-
gando a registrar mas de $4,000, sin error, el
21 de diciembre de 1962. La sefiora de Chen,
que reside en Panama, es casada y tiene un
hijo, se gradu6 de Perito Mercantil en 1935
en el Instituto Nacional de Panama y luego
curs6 tres alos de studios de Servicio Social
en la, Universidad de Panama. Su pasatiem-
po es estar cambiando los muebles de su ca.
sa de un lado al otro continuamente.

Tiene 1 Carretilld?

O 1 Silla de Ruedas?

Las Damas del Canal de
Panama estAn a la procura
de una carretilla de mano que
les ha sido solicitada por un
grupo en Panama; igualmen-
le se les ha pedido una silla
de ruedas, bastones y otros
Toda persona que estuvie-
re en posici6n de donar algu.
no de esos articulos podria
acudir durante las horas ha-
biles, de lunes a viernes, a la
oficina de recoleccion ubica-
da en la Oficina de la Vivien-
da en Balboa, cuarto 11.
En Coco Solo la oficina que-
da en el edificio de Correos
Y las horas fijadas son de 9
da l ? d' e los lient lOs, rINim -
coles y viernes.


Colectilidades zoneitas se vie-
rn asoladas por olas de Aedes
Trieniorhynchus e'n cantidades
sufiieentes a preocupar y morti-
'ficar a cualquier hijo de vecino.
Y hay que ver como molestan
los aedes no se cuAntos! Porque
pur mas que se digan taeniorhyn-
cihu ltodatia pican como mosqui-
th,. que lo son y a much honra.

Lv, pasaieros llegados en el va-
per Rangitiki. procedentes de
Nuilea Zelandia. recibieron la
bien enida de miembros del Ser-
xicio de Guias de la Zona del Ca-
nal. que hacian su debut bajo
la geida de la Oficina de Tnfor-
maciin del Canal de PanamA.

Excelente ]a forma
Como Manejan Naves

"Mi corta estada en Pana-
mA renov6, una vez mAs. el al-
to concept que me merece el
trabajo que realize. no solo su
oficina de la Direcci6n de Ma-
rina sino toda la administraci6n
del Canal, en lo que respect al
despacho de naves. Es real-
mente revelador empaparse de
este hecho personalmente". di-
ce, en carta reciente. el senior
Ralph B. Dewey. president de
]a Pacific American Steamship
Association. de San Francisco
de California.


21-Peliculas ofrecidas por ]a Legaci6n de Dinamarca I p.m.
Asociaci6n Panamefio-Americana.
24-Exhibicifn sobre ]a Independencia de Estados Vbidos.
Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana.
24-Fiesta de San Juan en Penonom6 y en Chitrk. I
26 al 30--El Teatro Universitario present la obra original de ErBes-
to Endara, "Ay de los Vencidos!" a las 8:30 p.m. es t PFa-
raninfo Universitario.
28 al 30-El Pequefio Teatro de Crist6bal present la comedia "Bllood,
Sweat and Stanley Poole" en el teatro de France eiWd a
a las 8:30 p.m. las tres noches.
28-Pelicula de largo metraje: Asociciai6t Panamefit.-Nrte-
americana 8 p.m.
R--Fiesta de San Pedro en Los Pozos y La Coloraf6.

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