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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: July 17, 1964
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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00467
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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Gift ofthe Panama Canal Museum

Vol. III, No. 4 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, July 17, 1964

First Day Covers

Now on Sale at

#3 Post Offices
Special frst day covers to be used
for the first-day cancellations of the
Canal Zone stamps commemorating
the 50th Anniversary of the opening
of the Panama Canal to be issued
August 15, are now on sale at
the Balboa, Cristobal and Balboa
Heights Post Offices.
The envelope carries a picture of
Gatun Locks with the seal of the
Golden Anniversary in the upper left
corner. They are 5 cents each.
Collectors desiring first-day can-
cellation of any or all of the six
golden anniversary stamps may pre-
sent their addressed envelopes to
the Postmaster, indicating on the
front the amount and type of stamp
they want affixed. The Postmaster
will collect payment for the stamps
and will have the envelopes canceled
and mailed August 15.
Those unable to go to the post
office may send addressed envelopes
together with a remittance to cover
the cost of the stamps to be affixed
to the Postmaster. Balboa Post Office.
All Canal Zone Post Offices have
available order blanks which may be
sent to the Philatelic Agency at
Balboa Heights.

Special Report

Scheduled for

Cancer Meet
Col. Robert J. Kamish, chairman,
will preside at the quarterly meeting
of the Canal Zone Cancer Com-
mittee Monday, July 20 in the
Governor's Board Room.
Reports will be submitted by Dr.
B. K. Levin, executive secretary; J. C.
Turner, treasurer, and the stand-
ing committees-professional, pub-
licity, detection clinic and service,
chaired by Dr. E. P. Shirokov, Joseph
R. Noone, Dr. Irving Strumpf, and
Dr. B. K. Levin, respectively.
A special report on therapeutic
radium replacement will be pre-
sented by Dr. Daniel D. Douglass.
If Governor Fleming, honorary chair-
man. is unable to attend he will be
represented in a special ceremony
by the Lieutenant Governor, Col.
David S. Parker.





In an immediate effort to relieve
the extreme parking problem existing
in the Gorgas Hospital area, a 31-
space parking area is now under con-
struction and will be finished in
approximately 2 weeks. It will be
located across the street from the
new Gorgas annex and the Ancon
Dental Clinic.
Until the new annex is opened
early next year, the area will be used
by patients and visitors.
When the new annex is completed,
approximately 90 additional parking
spaces will become available. At that
time the new 31-car lot will be re-
designated for staff parking and
dental clinic patients.
In addition, when the new annex
opens the majority of the reserved
parking spaces now inside the hos-

pital area alongside the existing
buildings will be converted to patient

Board Chairman

Is Confirmed
The appointment of Paul R.
Ignatius, Under Secretary of the
Army as Chairman of the Board
of Directors of the Panama Canal
Company has been confirmed,
according to news received by
Governor Fleming.
Mr. Ignatius, who assumed the
post on February 24, succeeds
Stephen Ailes, who was appointed
by the President as Secretary of
the Army.



Eighteen Panama Canal appren-
tices were graduated yesterday to
full journeyman status in a cere-
mony at the Training Center, Balboa.
They represented the first large
group taken into the apprentice pro-
gram after its scope was enlarged
in 1960 following President Eisen-
hower's directive to employ at least
25 Panamanians in apprenticeships
each year. As a result of the White
House order the number of Pana-
manians has increased notably, and
at the same time the total number
of U.S.-citizen apprentices also has
Fifteen of the graduates this year
are Panamanians, and three are
Americans. Only 13 Panamanians
were on hand for the ceremonies,
however, because 2 are presently in
Germany on scholarships to learn
vocational education methods. On
their return they will teach the
skilled crafts to their fellow-country-
men in Panama City vocational night
schools, in addition to their regular
journeyman work for the Panama
Lieutenant Governor Parker issued
the diplomas in the presence of many
other officials. In addition to Colonel
Parker, the directors of the Per-
sonnel, Marine, Engineering and
Construction, and Transportation
and Terminals Bureaus participated.
Chiefs of six divisions from which
apprentices were graduated took
part, and industrial training commit-
teemen and others attended.
In the mayor address of the cere-
mony, Colonel Parker, noted that
although there have been Panama-
nian apprentices in the Panama
Canal program throughout most of
its 58 years, this was the largest
number to be graduated at one time.
He revealed that the number of
Panamanian apprentices now has
risen to more than 80, a record, and
that at the same time the number
of U.S.-citizen apprentices has in-
(Continued on p. 4)



The 18 Panama Canal apprentices
who were graduated yesterday, in-
cluding the 2 presently in Germany
on vocational education scholarships,
From the Maintenance Division
and now in Germany:
Theodore Chin, 28, Panamanian,
welder; born Colon, R.P., attended
Cristobal High School.
Jorge E. Murad, 23, Panamanian,
refrigeration and air conditioning me-
chanic; born Panama City, attended
Institute Justo Arosemena, San Fran-
cisco, R.P.
The 16 graduates who received
their diplomas in person were:
Rugico E. Rocha, 25, Pahamanian,'
boilermaker; born Concepci6n, R.P.,
attended Colegio Abel Bravo, Colon.
Pedro R. Rebolledo, 24, Panama-
nian, machinist; born Panama City,
attended Melchor Lasso de la Vega
School, Carretera Transistmica Uni-
versity, and U.S. Air Force School
for Latin America.
Stanford F. McKenzie, 25, Pan-
amanian, shipwright; born Colon,
R.P., attended Christ Church Acad-
emy, Colon.
Joseph S. Benson, 26 Panamanian,
pipefitter; born Colon, R.P., attended
Colegio Abel Bravo, Colon.
Harold Ranger, 23, Panamanian,
shipwright; born Colon, R.P., attend-
ed Christ Church Academy, Colon.
Robert S. Flumach, 22, United
States, electrician; born New York
City, attended Balboa High School.
Daniel H. George, 26, United
States, electrician; born Easton, Pa.,
(Continued on p. 4)


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BANG!! GOTCHA!! The "good guys" and the "bad guys" take aim at each other at the Balboa makebelieve. In adittion to this Western set, they make good use of similar constructions for
gymnasium. Sets for themes of stories have been built to add even further to the imagination fairy tales and more contemporary situations. Why the girls? Where's your imagination?
of the younger set as they listen to student assistant, Irene Monz6n, read tales of adventure and They're the ever-present fair maidens who cower with fear during the battle.

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July 17, 1964

Mrs. Chester E. Briggs, wife of the Acting Marine Director, recently let
loose with a mighty swing with a bottle of champagne (it was really
colored water) to launch the U.S. Tarpon at Gamboa Launch Landing. The
Industrial and Dredging Divisions worked on the boat, which is 40 feet by
11 feet. It will be used to transport general cargo from the Harbormaster's
Office, Cristobal, to ships. On the inaugural voyage to Gatun were James
Hagan, Acting Harbormaster, and his wife, Mr. George Kemp, and Mr. and
Mrs. Burton Davis. Captain Briggs is at right.

Japanese Judo Expert, 80, Stops

Here While on Tour of the World

Mr. Sumiyuki Kotani, representing
the Japanese Government in connec-
tion with the International Olympic
Committee activities for the forth-
coming Olympic Games to be held
in Tokyo the end of this year, was
a recent visitor to the Isthmus.
A "Kudan" (9th degree Black
Belt) in Judo playing, Mr. Kotani is
internationally famous in Judo. At
the present time, there are four
"Kudans" in the world. This Judo
rank is far above the average, since
it is awarded mostly after the com-
petitive years (which cease at about
35 years of age). It is usually award-
ed for love of the sport and applica-
tion of its concept, and attention
to it.
Mr. Kotani is more than 80 years
old, he still plays Judo.
His visit to the Isthmus was for
coordination in connection with

Reproduction Branch to Microfilm Records

Of Engineering and Architectural Branches

Hundreds of thousands of Panama
Canal engineering and architectural
drawings ranging from plans for a
tool shed built in 1906 in Culebra
to the complete set of drawings for
the new Gorgas Hospital annex,
soon will be placed on microfilm.
The extensive 5-year project to
copy on microfilm all the engineering
drawings kept since the United States
took over construction and operation
of the Canal, will be started late in
September when a 105-millimeter
microfilm camera and enlarger is
It will be located in the basement
of the Balboa Heights Administra-
tion Building in the Reproduction
Branch of the Administrative Serv-
ices Division and operated under the
supervision of Cleveland Soper,
Chief of the Reproduction Branch.
Ernest P. Taubes, president of the
Photo Devices, Inc. of Rochester,
N.Y., manufacturer of the big micro-
film camera, came to the Canal Zone
last week to help personally with the
installation of the delicate equip-
At present, many of the architec-
tural and engineering drawings are
stored in the blueprint vault on the
third floor of the Administration
Building. Many thousands more are
located in the attic. Some are so
brittle and yellow with age that
engineers and others interested in
the old records, have been having
difficulty examining them without
destroying the paper on which they
are printed.
When "operation microfilm" is
completed, it is expected that the
drawings, reduced from an average
38 by 42 inch size to a 4 by 5

official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles contained in it are made avail-
able to all interested news media for
whatever use they may wish to make
of them and may be reprinted without
official clearance.
Governor of the Canal Zone
Lieutenant Governor
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SP1LLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Cleveland Soper, Chief of the Reproduction Branch, right, discusses the
new microfilming process and equipment with Ernest P. Taubes, president
of the firm that manufactures and installs the equipment.

inch dimension, can all be filed in
the blueprint vault.
From the microfilm copy of the
drawings, engineers will be able to
obtain either a full-sized reproduc-
tion of the original or several quarter-
sized quick prints which can be
produced on a machine in the office.
In addition to preservation of the
many valuable drawings, the micro-
filming of records will result in a
more efficient filing and storage sys-
tem and will save the Panama Canal
hundreds of dollars. Current draw-
ings and blueprints will be put on
microfilm as they are produced as
soon as the old records are processed.
The Reproduction Branch will, in
the future, be able to use this micro-
film camera process for hundreds of

In 1905 there were 4,100 men
engaged in sanitation work which
led to the elimination of yellow fever
from the Isthmus of Panama.

Corozal elementary school, one of
the first to be opened in the Canal
Zone, was closed in November 1915.
0 0 0
The radio station at Balboa, oper-
ated by the Navy Department,
opened for commercial business in

other valuable Panama Canal
records. A 16-millimeter camera
already is in operation and has been
used to process library cards, per-
sonnel records, Credit Union records
and various other documents.

Isthmian clubs. He was en route to included. Judo will be played in the
South America, from Mexico. His 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, but
tour is a worldwide one, having it has already been discarded for the
started in Tokyo on June 10. 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico
Mr. Kotani's purpose in this travel City.

was to further the cause of inclusion
of Judo as an Olympic sport. The
host nation at each Olympic Games
may include one sport during the
play of the games in that country,
but it does not necessarily follow
what the sport will thereafter be

What's Wrong

With Editors?

Here's a List
(EDITORn's NOTE: This, of course,
does not apply to the SPILLWAY
Editor, who is a relatively con-
tented man. However, we thought
our readers would enjoy the article.)
We give up.
If we print jokes, people say we're
silly; if we don't our readers say
we're dull.
If we print original matter, they
say we lack variety; if we "lift"
articles from other publications, they
say we're too lazy to write.
If we stay on the job in the office,
we ought to be out hustling news.
If we're out hustling news, we're not
attending to business or answering
the phone.
If we use copy as is, we lack
education; if we change the copy,
we're spoiling a "hot" story.
If we select certain articles over
others, we're too critical; if we don't
we're asleep.
If we're seen scanning newspapers
or magazines on the job, we've got
too much manpower; if we don't
read other publications we're not up
on the news.
If we publish a pinup, the women
complain; if we don't the men
If we print more civilian news, the
military complains; if we print more
military news, the civilians complain.
If we misspell a name, the person
and his regiment of friends complain.
If we spell 99,999 names right, no
one comments.
Like as not, someone will say we
stole this item from another publica-
They're right-we did.

Judo, as a sport, has over 2 million
players worldwide. It is Mr. Kotani's
mission to interest the various coun-
tries of the world to intercede with
the International Olympic Com-
mittee to reinstate judo in all Olym-
pic Games, since there are many
more judo players over the world
than there are, for instance, yachts-
men, rowers, and participants in
several other sports.
Mr. Kutani was accompanied on
his tour by Mr. Teizo Kawamura, a
7th-dan in Judo, and assistant profes-
sor of Education at Tokyo Univer-
sity, who is assisting Mr. Kutani in
his mission.


Col. David B. Conard arrived in
the Canal Zone recently to assume
the duties of Director, Inter-Amer-
ican Geodetic F
Survey (IAGS).
The new Direc-
tor has just been
graduated from
the Industrial
College of the
Armed Forces,
Fort Belvoir,
He attended
the University Col. CONARD
of Detroit before enlisting in the 11th
U.S. Infantry at Fort Benjamin
Harrison, Ind. in 1939. One year
later he entered the U.S. Military
Academy, West Point, N.Y. and was
graduated and commissioned as a
second lieutenant in the Corps of
Engineers in 1943.
Colonel Conard holds an M.S.
degree in civil engineering from the
University of Illinois and attended
the Engineer Officers Advanced
Course, Fort Belvoir, and the Com-
mand and General Staff College, Fort
Leavenworth. He reports for duty in
the Canal Zone after serving as
Assistant Commanding Officer of
Army Map Service in Washington,
D.C. since 1960.
Colonel Conard is married and has
four children, David, Jr., Candace
Norton, Elizabeth Englehart, and
Joseph Andres.

The VFW Department of the Canal Zone last week was host to Joseph J. Lombardo, Commander-in-Chief of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Lombardo (center) is shown in a meeting with local VFW offi-
cials. A practicing attorney in Long Island, N.Y., Lombardo also met with Governor Fleming while in the Zone.

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July 17, 1964



Theater Schedule
Week Beginning Saturday,
July 18, 1964
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:35-Mon., 7:30-
Dead Ringer
Tues., 7:30-The Frightened City
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-The Prize
Fri., 7:00-"Hootenanny Musical" on
stage plus The Eternal Sea
Saturday night-The Pit And The
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Man's
Favorite Sport
Tues.-The Brink Of Hell
Wed.-Night Passage
Thurs.-The Happy Road
Fri.-Alakazam The Great
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Operation
Saturday night, 8:15 p.m.-Carbine
Sun.-Don't Bother To Knock
Tues.-Night Passage
Wed.-The Brink Of Hell
Thurs -NO SHOW
Fri.-Man's Favorite Sport
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Sun., 2:00, 7:00-
Mon.-Cattle Queen Of Montana
Tues.-Burn, Witch Burn
Wed.-Three Moves To Freedom
Thurs.-Take The High Ground
Fri.-Mermaids Of Tiburon
Saturday night-The Caretakers
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-The Music Man
Sunday night-Mon., 7:00-Ceremony
Tues.-Easy To Love
Wed.-Watch Your Stern
Thurs.-Panic In The Year Zero
Fri.-Carbine Williams
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Dial "M"
For Murder
Saturday night-The Music Man
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-Easy To Love
Sunday night-The Pit And The
Tues.-Panic In The Year Zero
Fri.-Watch Your Stern
0 All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.

Special Matinees
BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-The Burning Hills-
Natalie Wood, Tab Hunter: Story of a
mixed-up girl and an awkward country
boy. (In color.) (100 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-The Command-
Guy Madison: Indians vs. U.S. Cavalry
melodrama in color. (100 min.)
DIABLO HEIGHTS: 2:00 p m.-The Lone
Ranger-Across America's flaming fron-
tier the Lone Ranger rides against Kil-
gore's raiders. (In color.) (135 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Mark Of The Rene-
gades-Ricardo Montalban: Swashbuck-
ling Mexican adventure. (In color.)
(85 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-Charge At
Feather River-Guy Madison: U.S.
Cavalry vs. the Indians in an action
packed Western. (In color.) (105 min.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Me And The Colonel-
Danny Kaye: A laugh a minute film.
(115 min.)


By Eleanor Burnham
Rich Man, Poor Man by Dr. Her- system is set
man P. Miller is about one of our disquieting
greatest interests: money. This book over-long; ar
includes the latest available facts of Burdick's ear
economic life and describes some and the autl
effects of money which are little con- wide public
sidered-the cash value of education, who want to
the importance of the working wife versational
and the sad problems of broken read it.
families and of the aged. The author's Elections
statistics are never dull and dry-they '64 are two i
are presented smoothly and lucidly Special Rep
and are illustrated by excellent line of the Cc
drawings by William Gorman. The Together the
book has an introduction by Willard everything h
Wirtz, U.S. Secretary of Labor. inform himse
Reflections on Growing Old is a elections. Tl
a record of personal experience by leading De
one of America's most beloved priests, Republicans,
John La Farge. The author who now ical leaders,
is in his 84th year writes about old gressmen, an
age with vigor and sound common election and
sense. This is a time for great cour- one can thin]
age, according to Father La Farge a lets are loca'
time to speak out strongly on social under VF (
issues and to take part freely in the copies in bot
things that go on around one. The in the Cristo
book is subtitled: "Wise and prac- be borrowed
tical thoughts for turning the latter
years into the best years of life."
Julian is professional-writer Gore
Vidal's first novel in 10 years. It is a
long and entertaining biography of
the fourth century Roman Emperor,
Julian the Apostate, whose major
ambition was to restore the old reli-
gious beliefs and to destroy Chris-
tianity. Vidal creates a remarkable
atmosphere in telling this story, in
that the triumph of Christianity and
the approaching dissolution of the
Roman Empire can be sensed
throughout. Vidal wrote his first
novel, Williwaw, at 19 in the war-
time Pacific. His other works include
The Judgment of Paris and The Best
In The 480, Eugene Burdick, the
co-author of The Ugly American and
Fail-Safe has written another novel
on a timely subject. This book tells -..
of the manipulation which would be ." 'Pf.
possible in an election through new A 4_.
electronic techniques. The personal r k
qualities of all U.S. voters are sorted
into 480 categories; recorded by
pollsters; studied by psychologists;
and then are fed into a computer. A whole con
A national hero is chosen as a Pres- prospective
controls used
idential candidate and the entire

Zone Scouts Off
To Big Jamboree
The sixth National Jamboree of
Sthe Boy Scouts of America is being
held at Valley Forge State Park, Pa.,
from today through July 23.
in motion. This book is Troop 76, under the leadership of
in its implications; is Stuart L. Reed, and Assistant Scout-
id not so well written as master Richard Beall, represents the
rlier books. Its timeliness Canal Zone Boy Scout Council at
hor's name will give it the encampment of more than
ity, however, so those 50,000.
Sbe in the upper con- The boys in the troop are: Tracy
brackets should surely Ferrel, senior patrol leader; Larry
Davis, patrol leader; Alan Gibbs,
of 1964 and Presidential patrol leader; Don Benham, assistant
new pamphlets issued as patrol leader; Lowell Slagle, assistant
orts by the publishers patrol leader; Bob Boukalis, quarter-
rngressional Quarterly. master; and Jack Abbott, Stephen
:y tell anyone just about Radel, Douglas McLean, Rogelio
he needs to know to Nicosia, Dean Greig, Dennis Fors-
lf about the forthcoming gren, Frank Rudolph, Richard Lndo,
hey include profiles of John Kozlowski, Harry Jones, Her-
mocrats and leading bett Tabert, and John Thompson.
State lists of key polit- Eighteen boys and one leader from
names of Senators, Con- Tallahassee, Fla. will join the Canal
id Governors up for re- Zone Troop, as all Jamboree Troops
practically anything else must have 40 members.
k up. These two pamph- Troop 76 departed for Miami
ted in the Vertical File July 11 and went from there to New
Government. There are York where the boys spent a day and
h the Main Library and a night at the World's Fair. Prior to
ibal Branch. They may the Jamboree the troop also toured
from either library. Philadelphia, Pa.

Calendar Uses

A Subject of

Local Interest
An illustration of particular interest
to employees of the Panama Canal
organization is the panel at left in
the U.S. Army "A Heritage of Serv-
ice" 1964 calendar. It salutes the
conquest of yellow fever as the great
achievement for which Maj. Walter
Reed of the U.S. Army Medical
Corps is most remembered.
The text appearing with the illus-
tration states: "This dedicated man
and three other medical officers con-
ducted 116 experiments on the island
of Cuba in 1900 to prove that the
common mosquito was the carrier of
the deadly disease. This historic
breakthrough led to the ultimate
control of yellow fever and its banish-
ment as a major cause of death in
the world." William Crawford
Gorgas, later Colonel Gorgas of Pan-
ama Canal construction days fame,
already was on sanitation and
clean-up duties in Cuba when the
Reed Commission was appointed.
The methods and techniques
developed in Cuba were brought to
the Isthmus of Panama by Colonel
Gorgas and applied and developed
further here, transforming it from
a pestilential area into a healthful
tropical region. The'entire calendar
stresses the Army's heritage of peace-
time service, reflecting outstanding
non-military achievements by this
branch of the service and its officers
and men.
It was prepared in cooperation
with the Department of the Army
by the General Electric Missile and
Space Division at the Valley Forge
Space Technology Center in Penn-
sylvania. (Reprint rights granted are
gratefully acknowledged.)

Deignan Is Named

To VA Post
Mr. Francis W. Deignan has been
appointed Veterans' Administration
Representative for the Canal Zone,
the VA Office has announced. Mr.
Deignan, who arrived late in June,
has been Contact Representative in
charge at the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital, Northport, Long Is-
land, for the past 17 years. He is a
veteran and former Army officer
retired for disabilities received in
combat in World War II. He suc-
ceeds Mr. Charles E. Flynn, the local
VA Representative for the past 4

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trol house full of astronauts should have put the Panama Canal in orbit for the day. When the
Gemini and Apollo spacecraft pilots visited Miraflores Locks they were interested in the manual
for opening and shutting lock gates for the past 50 years. The astronauts recently completed a
jungle survival course at Albrook Air Force Base.

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July 17, 1964

Dean Latimer Is Appointed

Deputy School Superintendent

l)r. Charles L. Latimer, Dean of of arts degree in social sciences from
the Canal Zone College since the Harvard University in 1948 and 2
departure of Dean Roger C. Hackett years later was awarded a master of
education degree from Columbia
University Teachers College in 1951.
l)r. Latimer has taught at the cle-
lnentary, high school, and college
level as well as serving as an edu-
cational administrator. During his
2 years as Dean of the Canal Zone
College, he has supervised the move
of the college facilities from Balboa
into a new college plant in La Boca,
where classes were started last

Coco Solo Hospital

Superintendent Here

Dr. Latimer
in 1962, has been appointed Deputy
Superintendent of the Canal Zone
Schools, it has been announced by
the Division of Schools.
He will take over his new position
August 13.
Dr. Latimer came to the Canal
Zone to head the Canal Zone Col-
lege after spending 5 years in Europe
and Ethiopia as Chief of the In-
structional Services Branch of the
U.S. Army Dependents' Education
A native of South Carolina, he is
a graduate of the College of Char-
leston, S.C. and spent 4 years on
active duty with the U.S. Naval
Reserve in which he holds the rank
of Commander. He received a master

Lt. Col. Otis Bridgeford, new
Superintendent of Coco Solo Hos-
pital, arrived in Cristobal, recently.
His wife and three children accom-
panied him.
Colonel Bridgeford, a board cer-
tified orthopedic surgeon, has just
finished a 2-year tour of duty at the
Army Hospital in Fort Gordon, Ca.,
where he served as Chief of Profes-
sional Services and Acting Hospital
Commander. In his more than 20
years of military service Colonel
Bridgeford has served as orthopedic
surgeon at such important posts as
West Point, Nuremberg, Germany,
and Fort Campbell, Ky.
He is a native of Ohio and a
graduate of Ohio State University
and the University of Cincinnati
Medical School.

A List of Apprentices
(Continued from p. 1)

attended Cristobal High School and
Pennsylvania State University.
Fred Ferguson, 23, Panamanian,
painter; born Colon, R.P., attended
Cristobal High School.
Arnoldo Bertoncini, 24, Panama-
nian, refrigeration and air condition-
ing mechanic; born Colon, R.P.,
attended Cristobal High School.
Reginald A. Muir, 24, Panamanian,
carpenter; born Colon, R.P., attended
Rainbow City High School.
Harold Melhado, 24 Panamanian,
painter; born Colon, R.P., attended
elementary and high schools through
12th grade.
James E. Reece, 24, Panamanian,
painter; born Panama City, attended
Escuela Profesional Isabel Herrera,
Paitilla, Panama.
Albert M. White, 22, United
States, central office repairman; born

Ancon, C.Z., attended Balboa High
Gerardo Cosca, 25, Panamanian,
machinist; born Panama City, attend-
ed Balboa High School.
Alfred Jones, 24, Panamanian,
body and fender mechanic; born
Ancon, C.Z., attended Paraiso High
Guy Eduardo, 25, Panamanian,
automotive mechanic; born Panama
City, attended Instituto Nacional,
Panama City.

Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks ---- 1,72
Gatun Locks --------. 33
Las Cruces, trips 6 -__. 83
Passengers ships (2)-_____ 48

Total_- -



Apprentices Are Graduated
(Continued from p. 1)

creased to more than 45. With the
exception of one year, 1952, this is
the largest number of Americans to
have been in the program since
early in World War II.
In his address, Colonel Parker
emphasized that all craftsmen, par-
ticularly new journeymen, must not
only do today's job efficiently, but
they must also continue to learn and
to improve their skills so that they
will be able to do the more compli-
cated jobs of tomorrow. In this day
of swiftly developing new materials,
tools, and methods, all craftsmen-
and all other employees as well, must
keep growing in order to keep up,
he said.
The Lieutenant Governor paid

organization who had assisted the
apprentices in completing their
training and winning journeyman
status. He mentioned the teachers
of the apprentice school who pro-
vided the classroom training, and the
veteran, highly skilled journeymen
in the shops who coached and en-
couraged the apprentices and helped
them learn the skills of their trades.
Brief remarks also were made
by Personnel Director Edward A.
Doolan; Electrical Engineer J. Bar-
tley Smith, chairman of the Indus-
trial Training Committee; Industrial
Training Coordinator Philip T.
Green; and by Rugico Rocha, grad-
uating boilermaker apprentice with
the Industrial Division, who spoke

tribute to the many men in the for the graduating class.

CAN'T FIGURE IT OUT, HUH? It's merely a paste-up job by our photographer of the same picture. See,
the same boys are on either side of the basket. Picture was taken at the Balboa Gymnasium where an Elks
League team was working out prior to regular season competition.


Jeff Riley, 3 Others Bound

For Stateside Tournament

Jeff Riley, behind by six strokes Each of the other three boys was pionship, First and "Pee Wee"
going into the final round, fired a 70 awarded a team trophy and a prize Flights. Prizes were contributed by
over the Fort Amador course last award. Prizes were awarded to each local sponsors and trophies were
Friday for a total of 224 to win the I of the other members of the Cham- awarded by Elks Lodge No. 1414.
1964 Isthmian JayCee Tournament
and the right to captain the 1964
JayCee team which will compete b
against the world's finest junior .
golfers over the Mendakota and
Southview Country Club courses at I..
St. Paul, Minn., August 2 through -j -Y
August 8.
Riley won the tournament by two
shots over Wayne Brassey of Pan- -:
ama. Last year Riley tied with Bobby y ll
Duran of Panama for the local title,
nt lost byhv a strok in sudden-death a !.-- r, -a i

play. During was too old this year
to be eligible for the tournament.
Brassey nosed out Ed G6mez, who
came in with a 227 for third place.
Brassey had a 226 for 54 holes of
play. In fourth place on the 1964
team is Ray Bierbaum, who had a
229 total.

The low four will make the trip
to the United States later this month.
They will be accompanied by Dick
Dehlinger, who also went with the
group last year. The boys' expenses
will be paid through local sponsor-
ship. They will travel to the States
via Pan American Airways.
The boys under 13 years of age
competed in the "Pee Wee" Flight,
which is not in competition for
berths on the U.S.-bound team. The
boys played 18 holes in two days
at Amador and were led by Roger
Humphrey, who shot an 85.
Riley won the silver trophy em-
blematic of the Isthmian JayCee
Championship and the trophy that
goes with the winning of the title.


Anyone interested in seeing a film
of the New York World's Fair may
do so July 22. At 4:30 p.m., a free
admission 30 minute color film on
the World's Fair will be shown at
the Balboa Theater.

P Ij

...J ,

STATESIDE BOUND-The top four scorers in the JayCee Golf Tourna-
ment, left to right (kneeling), Jeff Riley, first place, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Riley of Balboa, and Wayne Brassey, second place, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Brassey of Panama City. Second row (1.) is Eddie GCmez, third
place, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gdmez of Panama City, and Ray Bierbaum
(r.), fourth place, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bierbaum of La Boca.


Through the first half of play in I FIRST HALF FINAL

the Cyrca Basketball League in
Balboa, Gordon's Gin won the first
half of play, hut Ram6n Reyes of
White Horse has been the outstand-
ing individual, as was expected.
Cordon's Gin defeated Peugeot
404 in a playoff game for the title
after the two teams had tied for the
lead at the end of regular league

But Reyes, who has a league-high
performance of 58 points in one
game, has played superb basketball
on defense and offense. He leads
the league in points, rebounds, shot
attempts, and scoring average. He is
second in shooting percentage and
is tenth in free throw percentage.

TeamI W L GB
Gordon's Gin*---- 8 2 -
Peugeot 404 --. --_-- 8 2 -
NWhite Horse_---.-__-- 7 3 1
Seagram's V.0----- 3 7 5
Ron Cortez ------_--- 3 7 5
Four Roses------ 1 9 7
Defeated Peugeot in playoff for 1st
half title.
July 20-White Horse vs. Seagram's
7:15 p.m.
July 21-Peugeot 404 vs. Four Roses,
6:30 p.m.
Ron Cortez vs. White Horse, 8
July 22-Ron Cortez vs. Gordon's
Gin, 7:15 p.m.
July 23-Seagram's vs. Four Roses,
6:30 p.m.
Gordon's Gin vs. Peugeot, 8 p.m.

Page 4




Vol. III, No. 4 50 Aios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 17 de Julio de 1964



Dieciocho aprendices del Canal de Panama se gra-
duaron ayer de jornaleros en una ceremonia levada
a cabo en el Centro de Capacitaci6n de la Direcci6n
de Personal en Balboa.
Representan el grupo mAs numeroso desde que el
program de aprendizaje fue ampliado en 1960 por
orden del Presidente Eisenhower, con el objeto de
emplear por lo menos 25 panamefios en el aprendi-
zaje cada afio. Como resultado de la orden de la Casa
Blanca el nimero de panamefios ha aumentado con-
siderablemente, y al mismo tiempo ha aumentado el
nilmero de aprendices estadounidenses.
Quince de los graduados de este afio son pana-
mefios y tres norteamericanos. Solamente 13 pana-
mefios estuvieron presents en las ceremonies, sin
embargo, debido a que dos se encuentran actual-
mente becados en Alemania para aprender los m6to-
dos de la educaci6n vocational. A su regreso ense-
fiarin a sus paisanos las habilidades del oficio en las
escuelas nocturnas vocacionales de PanamA, ademas
de un trabajo regular como jornaleros para el Canal
de Panama.
El Vicegobernador David S. Parker entreg6 los

diplomas en presencia de muchos otros funcionarios.
Ademas del Coronel Parker participaron los jefes de
las direcciones de Personal, Marina, Ingenieria y
Construcci6n, y Transportes v Terminales. Otros fun-
cionarios fueron los jefes de seis divisions de las
cuales se graduaron los aprendices, ademAs de miem-
bros del Comit6 de Adiestramiento Industrial y otros.
En el principal discurso de la ceremonia, el Coronel
Parker observe que aunque han habido aprendices
panameiios en el program del Canal de Panama
durante la mayor parte de sus 58 afios, este era el
mayor grupo que se graduaba en un afio. Revel6 que
el nimero de aprendices panameiios ha aumentado
ahora a mas de 80, lo que constitute un record, y que
al mismo tiempo el nimero de aprendices estado-
unidenses ha aumentado a mAs de 45. Con la excep-
ci6n de 1952, este es el mayor nmimero de norteameri-
canos que ha estado en el program desde principios
de la II Guerra Mundial.
En su discurso el Coronel Parker recalc6 que todos
los artesanos, particularmente los nuevos jornaleros,
no solo deben hacer el trabajo de hoy, eficientemente,
sino que tambidn deben continuar aprendiendo para

mejorar sus habilidades, para que sean capaces de
desempefiar los mas complicados trabajos del future.
En esta 6poca de rApido desarrollo de nuevos mate-
riales, herramientas y m6todos, todos los artesanos-y
todos los otros empleados, deben continuar su
desarrollo para mantenerse al mismo paso, dijo l.
El Vicegobernador rindi6 tribute a los muchos
hombres en la organizaci6n que han ayudado a los
aprendices a terminar su adiestramiento y obtener su
clasificaci6n de jornaleros. Mencion6 a los maestros
de la escuela de aprendizaje que impartieron las
classes en los salones y a los veterans jornaleros en
los talleres que entrenaron a los aprendices y los alen-
taron en el aprendizaje de sus respectivas profesiones.
Breves observaciones fueron hechas por el Direc-
tor de Personal, Edward A. Doolan; el Ingeniero
Elctrico, J. Bartley Smith, president del Comit6 de
Adiestramiento Industrial; el Coordinador de Adieg-
tramiento Industrial, Philip T. Green, y por Rugico
Rocha, aprendiz graduado de calderero con la Divi-
si6n Industrial, quien habl6 en nombre de los


Publicamos seguidamente la lista
de los 18 aprendices que se gradua-
ron ayer, dos de los cuales se hallan
actualmente en Alemania, como be-
carios vocacionales. Son ellos: Teo-
doro Chin, de 28 afios, soldador,
oriundo de Col6n, quien estudi6 en
la Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal;
y Jorge E. Murad, native de la ciu-
dad de PanamA, mecanico en refri-
geraci6n y aire acondicionado, egre-
sado del Instituto Justo Arosemena,
de Paitilla, ciudad de PanamA.
Los 16 graduados que recibieron
en persona sus diplomas fueron:
Division Industrial
Rugico E. Rocha, de 25 afios, pa-
namefio, calderero; naci6 en Con-
cepci6n, Chiriqui, Repsiblica de
PanamA, asisti6 al Colegio Abel
Bravo de Col6n.
Pedro R. Rebolledo, de 24, pana-
mefio, mecAnico tornero; naci6 en
la ciudad de PanamA, asisti6 a la
Escuela de Artes y Oficios "Melchor
Lasso de la Vega," y a la Escuela
de la Fuerza ABrea de los EE. UU.
para la America Latina.

Stanford F. McKenzie, de 25 pa-
namefio, constructor de buques;
naci6 en Col6n, asisti6 a la Acade-
mia de la Iglesia de Cristo, en Col6n.
Joseph S. Benson, de 26, pana-
mefio, montador de tuberia; naci6 en
Col6n y asisti6 al Colegio Abel Bravo
en Col6n.
Harold Ranger, de 23, panamefio,
constructor de buques; naci6 en
Col6n y asisti6 a la Academia de la
Iglesia de Cristo en Col6n.
Division de Esclusas
Robert S. Flumach, de 22, estado-
unidense, electricista; naci6 en la
ciudad de Nueva York, asisti6 a la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa.
Daniel H. George, de 26, estado-
unidense, electricista; naci6 en
Easton, Pennsylvania, asisti6 a la
Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal y a
la Universidad del Estado de Penn-
Fred Ferguson, de 23, panamefio,
pintor; naci6 en Col6n, asisti6 a la
Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal.
Division de Mantenimiento
Arnoldo Bertoncini, de 24, pana-
mefio, mecanico de refrigeraci6n y
acondicionamiento de aire; naci6 en
Col6n y asisti6 a la Escuela Secun-
daria de Crist6bal.
Reginald A. Muir, de 24, pana-
mefio, carpintero; naci6 en Col6n y
asisti6 a la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City.
Harold Melhado, de .24, pana-
mefio, pintor; naci6 en Col6n y asis-
ti6 a escuelas primaria y secundaria
hasta sexto afio.
James E. Reece, de 24, panamefio,
pintor; naci6 en la ciudad de Pana-
ma, asisti6 a la Escuela Profesional
"Isabel Herrera 0."

Division de Electricidad
Gerardo Cosca, de 25, panamefio,
( mecanico torero; naci6 en la ciudad
de PanamA, asisti6 a la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa.
La Srta. Marcela Raphael triunf6 en
el reinado de simpatias de la Escuela Divisi6n de Transporte a Motor
Secundaria de Paraiso y sera coro- Alfred Jones, de 24, panamefio,
nada esta noche alas 8 en el gimna- mecanico de carroceria; naci6 en
sio del plantel. Su Maiestad Mar- Anc6n, Zona del Canal, asisti6 a la
cela I recibi6 un total de 256 votos, Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso.
en el concurso en el cual tambin daa de Paraso.
fueron candidates las sefioritas Guy Eduardo, de 25, panamefio,
Judith Wilson, Lurlene Bowen, Te- mecanico automotriz; naci6 en la
resa Gordon, Sandra Francis, Linda ciudad de PanamA, asisti6 al Instituto
Daniel y Rosa Gnmica. National.

Esta magnifica fotografia mereci6 a Alfredo Thompson el Primer Premio en el Cuarto Concurso Anual de Fotogra-
fias, celebrado por el Club de CAmaras del Pacifico en el Centro de Servicios Comunales de Pedro Miguel.
Ruthwin Samuels, Presidente del Club, gan6 el Segundo Premio por su excelente composici6n que fue muy elo-
giada. El Tercer Premio correspondi6 al socio Clarence A. Sisnett, quien someti6 la vista de un paquebote
surcando el Corte de Gaillard.


Julio 17, 1964

Gente en la Noticia

Clarence Beresford Pinnock, otro
que lucha contra los incendios pres-
tando servicios en el Cuartel de Bom-
beros de Balboa, aparece junto al
mapa del Distrito de Balboa que
seiiala las residencias y lugares indus-
triales en el Area. Pinnock lleva 7
afios al servicio de la Divisi6n de
Bomberos. Trabaj6 antes en el Hos-
pital de Corozal como almacenista
durante 5 afios. Curs6 studios en la
Escuela Secundaria de La Boca y
permanece soltero. Naci6 en PanamA
y reside en Paraiso. Es miembro del
Local 900 y de la Logia Galileo de
Pescadores. Sus pasatiempos favori-
tos son la nataci6n y el baile.

Giffordo H. Archer, bombero al ser-
vicio del Cuerpo de Bomberos de la
Zona del Canal en el Cuartel de
Balboa, examine una mAscara para
la aplicaci6n de respiraci6n artificial,
que es parte del equipo que utiliza
la Division de Bomberos en todos sus
carros bombas. Archer lleva 8 afios al
servicio de la Divisi6n de Bomberos;
naci6 en PanamA y reside ahora en
Paraiso en uni6n de su esposa Shirla
Delisa del Carmen Archer A. y sus
hijos Julie Yvette, Safira Argelia,
Braulio Gregorio, Marion Horacio y
Magali Esther. Archer curs6 studios
en la Escuela de Artes y Oficios
"Melchor Lasso de la Vega" en la
ciudad de PanamA. En sus ratios de
ocio le gusta ver television y jugar
billar. Le encanta practicar el atle-
tismo, beisbol, nataci6n y la caceria.

No Bote los


dTrae usted gran cantidad de
material de viaje, portfolios,
folletos, mapas y otras informa-
ciones sobre viajes cuando regresa
de vacaciones?
dPor casualidad los bota en la
basura despuds de haberlos revi-
Si es asi, por favor, no lo haga.
A la Biblioteca-Museo de la
Zona del Canal le gustaria tener
esa clase de material. La biblio-
teca tiene una secci6n de viajes
en el archivo de tal material, pero
muchas veces es dificil de obtener
y tambidn un poco costoso.

Los peajes del Canal de Panama
no han sido cambiados desde que el
Canal fue inaugurado en 1914. Los
cambios en las reglamentaciones para
la media de los barcos en 1938, re-
sult6 en una ligera reducci6n en los

Kamish Preside

Comite Contra

El Cancer Aqui

El Coronel Robert J. Kamish pre-
sidirA la reuni6n trimestral del Co-
mit6 Contra el CAncer de la Zona del
Canal el lunes 20 de julio en el Sal6n
de Conferencias del Gobernador.
Seran entregados los informes del
secretario ejecutivo Dr. B. K. Levin;
del tesorero J. C. Turner, y de los
comit6s professional, publicidad, y la
clinic de investigaci6n y servicio,
presididos por el Dr. E. P. Shirokov,
Joseph R. Noone, Dr. Irving Strumpf
y el Dr. B.K. Levin, respectivamente.
Un informed especial sobre el reem-
plazo de la radioterapia sera presen-
tado por el Dr. Daniel D. Douglas.
Si el Gobernador Fleming, presi-
dente honorario, no puede asistir,
sera representado en una ceremonia
especial por el Vicegobernador Coro-
nel David S. Parker.

17-21-Virgen de la Candelaria.
18-Fiesta Nacional de Espafia.
19-Cine Infantil: Teatro Bella Vista, PanamA. Hora: 10 a.m.-Lega-
do de una Madre (All Mine To Give). (En colorss)
20-Aniversario de la Independencia de Colombia (1810).
21-Fiesta Nacional de B6lgica (1830).
22-Aniversario de Ia Liberaci6n de Polonia.
22-Festival de la Pollera en Las Tablas como parte de las Fiestas
Patronales de Santa Librada.
28-Aniversario de la Independencia del Peri (1821).
29-Fiesta de San Pedro en Los Pozos y La Colorada.

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de aI Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.

11:30- Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00-Cine en su casa
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
6:00-Circulo de Arte Dramatico
6:30-Intriga en Hawai
7:30-La Estrella y su Historia
8:00-El Especticulo Mas Grande
del Mundo
9:00- El Vagabundo
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Roy Rodgers
1:00-Show de la Una
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:15-Reportajes Mundiales
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muier
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30- Noticias
7:00-El Nifio del Circo
7:30-Mister Ed
8:00- El Detective Millonario
9:00- Foro de Opini6n
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Roy Rodgers
1:00- Show de la Una
1:30- Cine Serie Semanal
2:00- Avances
2:15-Reportajes Mundiales
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
7:00-Show de Donna Reed
7:30--Fuego de Juventud
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-La Marina de McHale
9:30-El Abogado Audaz
12:00- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- oy Rodgers
12:45- Noticias
1:00--Show de la Una
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:15- Reportajes Mundiales
3:00- Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00- Mundo de la Mujer
5:45--Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:30- Noticias
7:00- Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00- Los Detectives
9:00-Los Trabajadores
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Roy Rodgers
1:00- Show de la Una
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
2:15-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00- Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-El Poderoso H6rcules
7:00-El Rebelde
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-Arresto y Juicio
12:00-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Roy Rodgers
1:00-Show de la Una
1:30- Cine Serie Semanal
2:00- Avances
2:15- Reportajes Mundiales
3:00- Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Los Angeles Azules
8:00- Combate
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda
12:00- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Roy Rodgers
1:00- Show de la Una
1:30-Cine Serie Semanal
3:00- Avances
3:15-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00- Popeye
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Capitan Marte y XL-5
7:30-Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
8:00- Ben Casey
9:00-Rumbo a lo Desconocido

10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres CBlebres
10:45-Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30- Cita Informal
12:00-Repriss: Novela Semanal
2:00-Repriss: Novela Juvenil
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30-Desde el Hip6dromo
5:30-La Comedia Silente
9:00-Ruta 66
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
7:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Intocables
10:30-Teatro Franc6s
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Cero Uno
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El Pijaro Loco
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-La Cuerda Floja
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Randall el Justiciero
12:51-Carrousel Hipicp y Deportivo
12:55-Informative del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Media Hora con el Chino
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Pete y Gladys
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dick Powell
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo

11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Los Perseguidores
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
7:30- Show de Van Dyke
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-E1 Santo
11:30-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Rev61ver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-De Inter6s Para Usted
1:30-Annie Oakley
2:00-Repriss: Novela de las 5
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30--Investigado. Submarine
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Perry Mason
9:00- Noticias

En Su Pantalla

Viernes 17.__ --

SAbado 18 ..--
Domingo 19 y
Lunes 20 __-
Martes 21-----

Mi6rcoles 22 1-

Jueves 2~L Summer Love and

Jueves 23 .___

Viernes 24 _____

The River Changes

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Hand In Hand
Lancelot And Guinevere

Night Of Rasputin and
The Badlanders

The 4 Days Of Naples and
Bad Day At Black Rock

Summer Love and
Wild And The Innocent

- I I* 1iue Loe n

The Gun Hawk

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Meet Danny Wilson

The Eternal Sea and
Dakota Incident

I Died A Thousand Times
The Great Escape
Adults 309 Children 200
The 4 Days Of Naples and
Bad Day At Black Rock
Night Of Rasputin and
The Badlanders

Summer Love and
Wild And The Innocent

Shock Corridor

Owl Show 10 p.m.
I Aim At The Stars
War Of The Worlds
Taras Bulba
Adults 300 Children 200
Siege At Sidney Street and
Gypsy And The Gentleman

Picadilly-Third Stop and
Carry On Sergeant
The Eternal Sea and
Dakota Incident

The River Chnanges
Owl Show 10 p.m.
Hand In Hand

Pfgina 2

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Julio 17, 1964






El Coronel David B. Conard lleg6
recientemente a la Zona del Canal
para asumir las funciones de Direc-
tor del Servicio Ceod6sico Interame-
ricano. El nuevo Director acaba de
graduarse en el Colegio Industrial
de las Fuerzas Armadas, en el Fuerte
Belvoir, Virginia.
Asisti6 a la Universidad de
Detroit antes de ingresar en el 119
Regimiento de Infanteria de los
EE. UU. en el Fuerte Benjamin
Harrison, Indiana, en 1939. Un afio
mis tarde ingres6 a la Academia
Military de los Estados Unidos en
West Point, Nueva York, y se gradu6
como subteniente y designado al
Cuerpo do Ingenieria en 1943.
El Coronel Conard recibi6 su
master en ciencias en ingenieria civil
en la Universidad de Illinois y asisti6
al Curso Superior de Oficiales de
Ingenieria en el Fuerte Belvoir, y al
Colegio del Comando y Estado
Mayor en el Fuerte Leavenworth. El
se report a la Zona del Canal des-
pubs de servir como Segundo Co-
mandante del Servicio TopogrAfico
del Ej6rcito en Washington, D.C.,
desde 1960.

WASHINGTON.-Con palabras de
estimulo del Presidente Johnson, el
Subsecretario de Estado Thomas C.
Mann y otros, se graduaron en el
Institute Americano para el Desarro-
1lo del Sindicalismo Libre 29 j6venes
dirigentes sindicales latinoamerica-
nos, entire los cuales figuraba Gui-
llermo Cantillo, de PanamA, quien
es miembro del Sindicato de Traba-
jadores de Envases y Similares
(SITESA) de la Compailia Empa-
cadora Nestle, en Nata.
Un mensaje del Presidente John-
son a la clase que se graduaba dice:
"Exhorto a los graduandos de esta
clase a que regresen a sus patrias a
cooperar con otras fuerzas sindicales
libres e independientes en la empre-
sa de alcanzar las metas de la Alian-
za para el Progreso, para demostrar-
le al mundo entero que al hombre
libre que trabaja dentro del marco
de las instituciones democrAticas le
es possible satisfacer sus aspiraciones
de progress econbmico y justicia
El Sr. Mann, el mas elevado fun-
cionario del gobierno en asuntos lati-
noamericanos, dijo a los lideres sin-
dicales graduados que el movimiento
laboral de que forman parte repre-
senta "la fuerza social important de
mis rApido crecimiento en la Ame-
rica Latina .."
El Sr. Mann no pudo llegar a
tiempo al acto de graduaci6n, pero
su discurso fue leido por William
Rogers, coordinator nnrteamericano

E. Barraza Presidenta

Del Club Soroptimista
La toma de posesi6n de las fun-
cionarias del Club Soroptimista de
Col6n se llev6 a cabo en el Club de
Oficiales del Fuerte Davis, reciente-
La Dra. Evelyn Barraza, del Ser-
vicio de Otorrinolaringologia del
Hospital de Coco Solo, fue juramen-
tada como nueva president, reem-
plazando a la president saliente,
Louise Griffon, secretaria del Super-
intendente del Hospital de Coco
Otras funcionarias que fueron u-
ramentadas son: Mercedes Ferro,
vicepresidenta; Frances May, secre-
taria de correspondencia; Elena Am-
brose, secretaria de actas; Mercedes
Maurer, tesorera; Louise Griffon y
Colombia Luque, miembros de la
junta; e Hilda Baas, suplente.
La juramentaci6n fue tomada por
la Sra. Ruth Morris, racstra en las
escuelas de la Zona del Canal.

adjunto de la Alianza para el
Este fue el sbptimo grupo de estu-
diantes que se gradian en el insti-
tuto que fue fundado hace 2 aios
por la AFL-CIO para contribuir al
desarrollo del sindicalismo libre en
la Ambrica Latina.
Con los 29 graduados el total de
los lideres laborales latinoamerica-
nos que han hecho el curso de 3
meses que da el institute se eleva
a 245.
Los graduados del grupo proce-
den de Argentina, Brasil, Chile,
Colombia, Cuba (en el exilio),
Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala,
M6xico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peri y

La Verdad es que

Es una Lata .
(NOTA: La cr6nica que sigue
es obvio que no es aplicable al
caso del Director del SPILLWAY
pero gustarA al lector.)
iNi modo de complacerlos a todos!
Si publicamos chistes, dicen que
somos necios; si no o hacemos, dicen
que somos aburridos.
Si aparece material original, alegan
que falta variedad; si reproducciones,
que nos consume la pereza.
Si nos quedamos en la redaccidn,
nos critical que deberiamos andar a
la saga de noticias; si salimos, afirman
que nunca pisamos la redaccion.
Si corregimos las cr6nicas que nos
envian, las hemos echado a perder;
si les damos publicidad tal cual nos
llegan, carecemos de buen criteria y
no sabemos escribir.
Si damos preferencia a una noticia
sobre otras, nuestro buen juicio
queda en tela de duda. Si revisamos
la prensa local y extranjera en la
redaccidn, somos unos vagos y ocio-
sos; si no lo hacemos, no nos entera-
mos de nada de lo que pasa afuera.
Si publicamos grdfica de chicas
atractivas, moldstanse nuestras lec-
toras; si no, son nuestros lectores
quienes se enfurecen.
Si nuestras noticias son puramente
de actos civiles, los militares se que-
jan; si damos cabida a las militares,
los civiles fruncen el cefio.
Si cometemos un error de orto-
grafia, somos ignorantes o despre-
Todo error nos es enrostrado acre-
mente; los aciertos pasan desatendi-
dos. De fijo que alguien dird que adn
esta crdnica la pirateamos de otra
publicacidn. (En esto iltimo tienen



Una ilustraci6n de interns parti-
cular para los empleados de la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal de Panama, es la
limina, a la izquierda, que aparece
en el calendario de 1964 del Ejdrcito
de los EE. UU., "Tradici6n de un
Servicio." Este rinde honors a la
conquista de la fiebre amarilla como
el gran acontecimiento por el cual es
bien recordado el Mayor Walter
Reed, del Cuerpo M6dico del EjBr-
cito de los EE. UU.
El texto que aparece con la ilus-
traci6n expresa: "Este hombre con-
sagrado y otros tres funcionarios me-
dicos llevaron a cabo 116 experimen-
tos en la Isla de Cuba en 1900 para
probar que el mosquito com6n era
el transmisor de la fatal enfermedad.
Esta hist6rica acci6n culmin6 con el
control de la fiebre amarilla y su
eliminaci6n como una causa princi-
pal de muerte en el mundo." William
Crawford Gorgas, mas tarde el fa-
moso Coronel Gorgas de los dias de
la construcci6n del Canal de Pana-
mA, estaba ya en labores de sanidad
y limpieza en Cuba cuando fue
nombrada la Comisi6n Reed.
Los metodos y tecnica desarrolla-
dos en Cuba fueron traidos al Istmo
de Panama por el Coronel Gorgas y
aplicados y desarrollados en forma
mAs amplia aqui, transformando isto
de un Area pestilente a una region
tropical saludable. El calendario
complete destaca la tradici6n del
Ej6rcito en su servicio en tiempos de
paz, indicando las realizaciones des-
tacadas no militares por esta rama
del servicio y sus oficiales y hombres.
Fue preparado como cooperaci6n
con el Departamento del Ej6rcito
por la Divisi6n de Proyectiles Diri-
gidos y del Espacio de la General
Electric en el Centro Tecnol6gico del
Espacio de Valley Forge en Pen-
silvania. (Agradecemos el permiso
de reproducci6n.)

La companiia Atlas Chemical In-
dustries, de Wilmington, EE. UU.,
proyecta la creaci6n de la subsidiaria
Quimica Atlas de Centroambrica, en
Managua, donde estari exenta del
pago de impuestos.
La compafiia distribuirA emulsio-
nadores y sulfonados quimicos para
la agriculture en todos los paises de

Colombia, con la ayuda del Fondo
Especial de las Naciones Unidas y
del Banco Mundial, harA studio de
las reserves nacionales de carb6n,
para determinar la viabilidad de su
explotaci6n sistematica.

2~& 4'.~--
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M ... .

Un nuevo lugar de estacionamiento para los taxis que prestan servicio en el Area de los Muelles de Balboa, fue
inaugurado el jueves 2 de julio al mediodia, frente a la Capitania del Puerto de Balboa. El Sindicato de Choferes
Guias de Turismo solicit al CapitAn Gaddis Wall, Comandante del Distrito de Policia de Balboa, el acondicio-
namiento del Area de estacionamiento, y 6ste intercedi6 ante la administraci6n del Canal de Panama que Ilev6
a cabo el trabajo, por lo cual los choferes de taxis se muestran muy agradecidos. La petici6n fue hecha por el
Secretario General del Sindicato, Juan Bautista SAenz y por el Secretario de Defensa, Rafael Badilla. Al fondo
puede verse el Edificio de la Administraci6n en Balboa Heights.

Pagina 3



El Coronel Conard es casado y
tiene cuatro hijos: David, Jr., Can-
dace Norton, Elizabeth Englehart
y Joseph Andres.


Segin informed que public el
Deutsches Aerzteblatt (Revista Md-
dica Alemana) el promedio de lon-
gevidad continfia extendigndose. Las
estadisticas compiladas para el pe-
riodo 1960-62 (natalicios y defuncio-
nes) indican que los nenes recidn
nacidos podrian alcanzar los 67 aiios,
para varones, y hasta 72 ahos y medio
para las nenitas.
La mortandad del mal llamado
sexo fuerte, despuds de los 50, per-
siste adn en mantenerse arriba del
nivel a que llegara hace un decenio.
Esto se atribuye al lento process para
combatir dolencias de las arteries
coronaria y cardiacas, asi como al

Esclusas de Miraflores _1,722
Esclusas de Gatin 333
Las Cruces (6 viajes) 835
Barcos de pasajeros (2) 480
Total ---__. .. 3,370

El Capitin Axton T. Jones, Jefe .
de la Direcci6n de Transportes
y Terminales, entreg6 a nom-
bre del Gobernador Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., el trofeo que fue %-
disputado el domingo 5 de julio
en la cancha del Estadio de
Col6n, en un partido de futbol
celebrado con motivo del ani-
versario de la independencia de
los Estados Unidos de AmBrica.
Jones entreg6 el trofeo donado
por el Gobernador al capitin
del equipo Deportivo YuYu,
que venci6 al Deportivo Atlin-
tico por 3 goles a 1 en desaffo
de la categoria juvenile mayor.
Al extreme izquierdo aparece
Gilbert Sollas, Subjefe Oficinis-
ta Ayudante en la Direcci6n de
Transportes y Terminales. En- o .
tre el grupo de jugadores apa-
recen William J. Cresser y Car-
los A. Tamayo, de la Liga de
Balompi6 de Col6n.



El ex campe6n peso pluma del
Istmo, Julio "Chicha Fuerte" Ruiz
logr6 el domingo pasado un triunfo
international mis, al veneer por
nocaut t6cnico al comienzo del nove-
no asalto al campe6n venezolano de
la division, Francisco Bolivar, en un
encuentro sefialado a 10 vueltas en
el Gimnasio Nacional de la ciudad
de PanamA.
Esta fue la sexta victoria conse-

cutiva por la via rApida lograda por
Ruiz, que en 29 peleas profesionales
solamente ha perdido tres, y espera
ahora medirse en el mes de agosto
pr6ximo con el campe6n colombiano
del peso pluma, Antonio "Mochila"
Herrera en el Estadio Olimpico de
Lleno complete se registry en el
Gimnasio Nacional para este encuen-
tro boxistico.


El Dr. Charles L. Latimer, Decano serva Naval de los Estados Unidos
de la Universidad de la Zona del en la cual ostenta el rango de Co-
Canal desde la partida del Decano mandante. Recibi6 su "master" de
Roger C. Hackett en 1962, ha sido artes en ciencias sociales de la Uni-
nombrado Segundo Superintendente versidad de Harvard en 1948 y
de las Escuelas de la Zona del Canal, 2 afios mas tarde recibi6 su "master"
seguin anuncio hecho por la Divisi6n n educaci6n en la misma institu-
de Escuelas. Tomara posesi6n de su ii6n. Recibi6 su doctorado en edu-
nuevo cargo el 13 de agosto. caci6n del Colegio de Maestro de la
El Dr. Latimer vino a la Zona del Universidad de Columbia en 1951.
Canal para dirigir la Universidad El Dr. Latimer ensefi6 tanto en
de la Zona del Canal despu6s de escuela primaria, secundaria y ni-
pasar 5 afios en Europa y Etiopia versitaria y sirvi6 tambihn como
como Jefe del Ramo de Servicios de administrator educativo. Durante sus
Instrucci6n del Grupo de Educaci6n 2 afios como Decano de la Univer-
a Dependientes del Ej6rcito de los sidad de la Zona del Canal, le toc6
EE.UU. intervenir en el cambio de las ins-
Oriundo de Carolina del Sur, se talaciones del plantel desde Balboa
gradu6 en el Colegio de Charleston, a su nuevo edificio en La Boca, en
Carolina del Sur, y estuvo durante Jonde las classes se iniciaron en
4 afios de servicio active con la Re- septiembre del aio pasado.




Exposici6n individual del pintor Antonio Alvarado fue inaugurada anoche
a las 8 en las galerias del Instituto Panamefio de Arte, situadas frente al
Parque Urraca en la ciudad de PanamA. Ganador del Primer Sal6n Abierto
de PanamA, celebrado el afio pasado, el oven pintor panamefio se perfila
como personalidad artistic robusta que imprime su personalisimo estilo
a los lienzos que crea. Para solaz del lector reproducimos arriba el cuadro
"Embarcadero," que forma parte de la present exhibici6n la cual perma-
necerA abierta al piblico hasta el 4 de agosto entrance en horas del dia.

Royals selmpuso

A Pedro Miguel
El quintcto Royals conquist6 el
luncs por la noche la segunda vuelta
del torneo de baloncesto para adul-
tos cn Paraiso, al imponerse a Pedro
Migucl por 84 a 69 en el Gimnasio
de Paraiso.
La primer vuclta de este torneo
fuc ganada por el conjunto EO-14,
y la terecra vuelta se inici6 el mi6r-
coles iltimo.
Royals logr6 tres victorias sin de-
rrotas en la segunda vuelta, mien-
tras que el EO-14 gan6 dos juegos
y perdi6 uno. Hasta los juegos del
luncs, Pedro Migucl y Hot Point no
habian triunfado en dos salidas a la
En cl partido del lunes los mayo-
res anotadores de Royals fueron
O. Welsh con 22 puntos, D. Gatlin
con 19 y G. Ramirez con 18; por
Pedro Miguel: R. Cox 18, A. May-
nard 15, y F. Parkins 14.

A la Venta Sobre

Especial de Primer

Dia en el Correo
Sobres especiales del primer dia
para ser usados para las cancelacio-
nes del primer dia de las cstampillas
de la Zona del Canal quc conmemo-
raran el cincuentenario de la aper-
tura del Canal de Panaml, que serin
emitidas el 15 de agosto, estain ahora
a la venta en las oficinas de Correos
de Balboa, Crist6bal y Balboa
El sobre tienc una fotografia de
las Esclusas de Gatiln con el sello
del cincuentenario en la esquina
superior izquierda. Estan a la venta
a 5 centavos cada uno.
Los filatelistas que deseen can-
celaciones del primer dia de cual-
quiera o todas las seis estampillas
del cincuentenario, puedcn entregar
sus sobres con dirccci6n, al Admi-
nistrador de Correos, indicando en
el frente la cantidad y tipo de estanm-
pilla que desean selladas. El admi-
nistrador de Correos cobrarn el pago
de las estampillas y tendri los sobres
cancelados y puestos en el correo
para el 15 de agosto.
Los que no puedan acudir a la ofi-
cina de corrcos pueden enviar los
sobres con direcci6n junto con la
remesa para cubrir el costo de las
estampillas que serin selladas, al
Administrador de Correos, Oficina de
Correos de Balboa.
Todas las oficinas de correos de
la Zona del Canal tendrAn a dispo-
sici6n formularios en blanco que
pueden ser enviados a la Agencia
Filat6lica en Balboa Heights con
6rdenes para cualquier cantidad de
estampillas del aniversario. Una gran
cantidad de 6rdenes para sobres del
primer dia se ha rccibido del Istmo
y de los Estados Unidos.


Senen Rios, destacado peso 112 libras y no ha podido

mosca colonense, que sor-
prendi6 al mundo boxistico
del Istmo hace varias sema-
nas cuando venci6 por deci-
sion unanime al campe6n
peso mosca de PanamA,
Pedro Carvajal, volverA al
scenario boxistico el domin-
go proximo por la noche en la
Arena de Col6n.
Rios se medirA esa noche
con Manuel Moreno, pigil de
ia capital que durante much
tiempo ha sido primer aspi-
rante al titulo national de las

Vea Gratis la Feria
de Nueva York
Quienes desearen ver la Feria
de Nueva York gratis, pueden
acudir al teatro de Balboa el
mi6rcoles 22 de julio a las 4:30
de la tarde, cuando se proyectarA
una cinta a colors de media hora
de duraci6n.

Visito el Istmo

Jefe de Veteranos
Joseph J. Lombardo, Comandante
en Jefe de los Veteranos de Guerraa
de Estados Unidos fue hu6sped del
Capitulo de esa organizaci6n corres-
pondiente a la Zona del Canal. Lom-
bardo hizo una visit de cortesia al
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal,
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., durante su
estada en el Istmo. En la fotografia
que aparece en la secci6n inglesa se
muestra al Comandante en Jefe de
los Veteranos rodeado de dignatarios
locales de esa organizaci6n.

Del Istmo en la
Sexta Reunion
VAILLEY Fonc.E, Pensilvania.-
Han llegado ya a esta ciudad
casi 800 "boy scouts" procedentes
de 44 naciones, incluyendo a
Panamd, los cuales asistirdn a la
Sexta Asamblea Nacional de los
Boy Scouts de los Estados Unidos,
que se celebrard aqui de hoy al
23 de julio.
La mayoria de los grupos ex-
tranjeros llegaron a Estados Uni-
dos antes del dia 9 visitando a
compaiieros suyos en diversas ciu-
dades de la Uni6n. Cada una de
estas ciudades fue anfitriona de
un grupo de viajeros. De la ciudad
de Pananu llegaron ocho explo-

El combat del domingo
en la Arena de Col6n seri a
un limited de 10 asaltos y con
peso maximo de 112 libras.
Se espera que el ganador
de este encuentro logre una
oportunidad por el titulo
frente al campe6n Carvajal.
El promoter de boxeo Ni-
canor A. Dosman tiene una
buena cartilla para el domin-
go en el amplio coliseo de-
portivo colonense.




Sumiyuki Kotani, un representante
del gobierno japones en relaci6n con
las actividades del Comit6 Olimpico
International para los pr6ximos Jue-
gos Olimpicos que se celebrarAn en
Tokio en octubre de este afio, visit
recientemente el Istmo.
El Sr. Kotani, que es un "Kudan"
que ostenta el noveno grado en cinto
negro en iudo, es famoso intema-
cionalmente en judo. Actualmente
hay como cuatro "Kudans" en el
mundo. Esta categoria de judo esta
muy por encima del promedio, ya
que es concedida despues de muchos
afios de competencia, que cesa des-
puos de unos 35 aiios de edad. Se
concede normalmente a los que
aman el deported y la aplicaci6n a su
concept y atcnci6n.
El Sr. Kotani pasa de los 80 afios
de edad, y todavia practice el judo
como un artist, a pesar de su avan-
zada edad.
So visit al Istmo fuc relacionada
con la coordinacidn de los clubs del
Istmo, estando de paso hacia Sur-
amdrica procedente de Mexico. Su
recorrido es mundial, ya que lo ini-
ci6 en Tokio el 10 de junior. Ha
cstado ya en Nueva York, M6xico,
San Jos6 (Costa Rica), antes de Ilegar
a PanamA. Despu6s de salir del
Istmo, parti6 hacia Caracas, San-
tiago, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio
de Janciro, Lisboa, Londres, Brn-
selas, Paris, Roma, y El Cairo antes
de regresar a Tokio.
El prop6sito del Sr. Kotani en
este viaje era para fortalecer la causa
de la inclusion del judo como
deported Olimpico.
Kotani estuvo acompaiiado por
Tcizo Kawamura, un septimo dan
en judo y professor ayudante de edu-
caci6n en la Universidad de Tokio.

Paigina 4


Julio 17, 1964

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