The Panama Canal spillway =

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The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Portion of title:
Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title:
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Place of Publication:
Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Panama Canal
Publication Date:
Biweekly[Jan. 6, 1984-1999]
Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
Physical Description:
37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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Periodicals -- Canal Zone ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama) ( lcsh )
federal government publication ( marcgt )
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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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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

Vol. III, No. 19 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, October 30, 1964


Civic Council

Slates Listed

Election days are here again.
Residents of the U.S. communities
in the Canal Zone will vote for their
civic council representatives for
the coming year on Wednesday,
November 4.
Latin American Civic Council
groups chose Tuesday, November 10,
as election day so as not to interfere
with the Independence Day celebra-
tions in Panama on November 3, 4,
and 5 in which many of the Panama
Canal employees participate.
Voting places for the U.S. Civic
Councils on the Pacific side will be
set up in the Administration Build-
ing at Balboa Heights, the Payroll
Building in Ancon, the Grocery and
Housewares sections of the Balboa
Retail Store, the Post Office in
Balboa, and the Service Center in
Diablo Heights. The polls will be
open from 8 a.m. through 5 p.m.
On the Atlantic side voting places
will be set up in the Coco Solo Service
Center and Retail Store from 9 a.m.
to 7 p.m.; in the Margarita Retail
Store during business hours and in
the Margarita Service Center from
9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and in the Gatun
Service Center from 8:30 a.m. to
7:30 p.m. Voting in Gamboa will be
in the Gamboa Post Office from
8 a.m. through 5 p.m.
In the Latin American communi-
ties, the ballots will be distributed
and collected from house to house by
senior student volunteers of the high
schools under the supervision of
members of the Civic Councils.
Voting will be throughout the day on
November 10.
Candidates for election to the U.S.
Civic Councils are:
Pacific Civic Council: Balboa Dis-
trict: Mrs. Betty Townsend, J. A.
Michaelis, J. M. Thompson, Mrs.
Rose Casey, J. F. Dolan, F. Cazabon,
and Mrs. John Montanye. Ancon-
Balboa Heights District: C.E. Belden,



The annual inspection of commer-
cial vehicles licensed in the Canal
Zone starts Thursday, November 5,
at the Motor Transportation Division
Garages in Ancon and Cristobal,
according to Paul R. Kuyoth, Acting
Superintendent, Motor Transporta-
tion Division.
Hours for inspection will be 7:00
to 11:00 a.m. and noon to 4:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Owners of commercial vehicles
registered in the Canal Zone should
have in their possession a copy of
valid Canal Zone vehicle registra-
tion when they come for vehicle
The inspection, which costs $1.25,
will include brakes, lighting system,
reflectors, windows and windshields,
tires, turn indicators, horns, wind-
shield wipers, steering, alinement of
wheels, and other operating parts of
the vehicles which affect safety.
Inspection of privately-owned
vehicles registered in the Canal Zone
will be on dates to be announced

A. W. Ilabeck, W. lirsch, E. R. Mac-
Vittie, Mrs. Betty Brown, and E. C.
Jones. Diablo Heights District:
R. Webb, E. G. Coyle, Dr. R. W.
Lines, and R. W. Chesson. Los Rios-
Corozal District: A. E. Wilson, E. C.
Van Horn, D. C. Schmidt, C. E.
Bradley, L. J. Krziza.
Gamboa Civic Council: For pres-
ident, Edward J. Russell and Robert .
W. White; for councilmen: Gloria
Borell, Gordon R. Deuermeyer, Ken-
neth 0. Sugleberg, L. S. Kelly, Robert
E. Lee, George A. McArthur, Rose-
mary Reardon, Lloyd A. Roberts,
Edward J. Russell, W. R. Waldrip,
Frederick L. \Valton, Robert W.
White, Bea Williams, and Wally
Wilson. The keys and admeasurement certificate of the Panama Canal's new launch Sea-Tiger are presented to Capt.
Gatun Civic Council: Joe Schack, Elmer Abbott, Balboa Port Captain, left, as M. B. Nickel, Chief of the Industrial Division, turns the launch
over to the Navigation Division. The launch was christened by Mrs. Mortimer J. Prince, wife of the Marine
Margaret T. Lasher, Connie Baldwin, Director, in a ceremony on Balboa Pier 17. At rear in center is Walter A. Dryja, Assistant to the Marine Director.
Norma L. Devoll, Bobbie Spilling,
Frank Holtzclaw, Elliot F. Ridge, FOR ROUGH SERVICE
Barbara Scott, Aida G. Wheaton, FOR ROUGH SERVICE
Robert L. Nye, and Pat Finneman.
Coco Solo Civic Council: Mrs. N w
Beverly Baker, M. E. Banks, Arthur Ne Launch Both Fast, ugged
Bernstein, Harold S. Brenner, Jr.,
I. N. Burgess, Evelyn Compton, Julia The Panama Canal Navigation Di- Tiger has taken to the water like the M. B. Nickel, Chief of the Indus-
L. Daniel, Louis J. Fattorosi, William vision has a tiger in the bay-a sea traditional duck and is such a speed trial Division, then presented the
W. Fitzsimmons, Robert E. Holland, tiger that is. boat that she may put Navigation keys of the launch to Capt. Elmer
William E. Hopkins, Margaret M. The tiger is operating in Balboa Division harbor operations on a new Abbott, Balboa Port Captain, who
Hopkins, W. W. Huffman, Marcia E. harbor and a sleek craft she is too. schedule. accepted them in the name of the
Maedl, Paul Moser, Carles T. like hr jungle namesake, th Constructed by the United Boat Navigation Division.
Reeves, Mrs. Josephine N. Ridge, new Navigation Divisionlaunch Sea- Builders Inc. of Bellingham, Wash., Also present were Captain Prince,
rthe Sea-Tiger is the first fiberglass a number of Panama Canal Bureau
Patrick I. Ridge, Mary Roddy, constructed launch in the Panama directors, representatives of shipping
Maryann Scott, and Mrs. Joseph H. 1ut Canal launch fleet. It was built as a companies and oil firms, Marine
Cristobal-Margarita-BrazosHeights work boat at an approximate cost of Bureau officials and representatives
Civic Council: Constance Degen, $35,000 and is of the latest design. of the U.S. Armed Forces.
V. Race Irving, Louise Griffon, PDr. US She will be used to carry pilots, In describing the new boat,
Ronald Moore, Geraldine Wahil, agents, and boarding parties to ships Grigore said that the reinforced fiber-
o oein the harbor and outer anchorage. glass hull and superstructure is
George Coleman, Marie Sellers, The Canal Zone United Fund The new craft was formally chris- expected to be more economical to
Violet Freker, Thelma Coll, Iand goal of $142,500 is cose at hand, tened Friday morning when Mrs. maintain, since it will be immune to
M CDade, D. Las contributions continue to come Mortimer J. Prince, wife of the Pan- corrosion, fungi, rot, and marine
Harold Hallett. in daily. ama Canal Marine Director, broke worms and impervious to gasoline
Candidates for election in the The Panama Canal organiza- a bottle containing Atlantic, Pacific, and oil absorption.
Latin American communities are: tion already had contributed over and Chagres River water over the He said the 34-foot Sea-Tiger is
Rainbow City Civic Council: Rain- $102,000 at press time. This was bow of the launch, of a proven design for boats exposed
bow City District (5 vacancies): Mrs. against an initial dollar goal of The ceremony took place at the to rough water; has a 20 mile per
(Continued on p. 4) $73,800. Bla T Lanh Lning Pier 17 ho ur;cruiing d is Dwrd

Buddy Poppy Day

To Start Nov. 3
Distribution of the famous Buddy
Poppy will be from November 3 to
11, according to Mrs. Leona Stewart
of the American Legion Auxiliary.
The organization will accept dona-
tions for the poppies in all Canal
Zone towns. Proceeds from the
American Legion project are used
to aid hospitalized veterans and their

All the bureaus of the Panama
Canal have gone over the top.
A recent report showed Supply
and Community Service Bureau
tops with 180 percent of dollar
goal. Next was Office of the
Comptroller with 141 percent.
Others were Marine Bureau 135
percent, Personnel Bureau 127
percent, Transportation and Ter-
minals 127 percent, Office of the
Governor 125 percent, Engineer-
ing and Construction Bureau 122
percent, and Civil Affairs Bureau
with over 100 percent.

where the Sea-Tiger was tied up after
being brought through the Canal
from Cristobal by Kenneth Bailey,
General Foreman Boatbuilder in the
Industrial Division.
Walter Dryja, Assistant to the
Marine Director, acting as master of
ceremonies, introduced Mrs. Prince
and Julius Grigore, Jr., Assistant
Chief of the Industrial Division and
launch project engineer, who gave a
short talk describing the characteris-
tics of the new high speed launch.

two V-6 lightweight inexpensive
diesel truck engines; has a cruising
range of 200 miles and high maneu-
verability in close quarters and
heavy seas.
Grigore explained that the boat
had been named Sea-Tiger because
she is expected to be a fast and tough
launch in a rough service. Her con-
struction was based upon a usage
rate of 312 days per year with an
average daily use of 8 hours per day.
(Continued on p. 4)

Dog Repellent Spray

What You Should Know About It

Following the lead of the Post
Office Department in the States in
providing protection to its employees
from dog attacks, PanCanal service
personnel such as milkmen, electri-
cians, plumbers, and garbagemen are
being provided with a spray type
dog repellent now available from
dealers in Panama.
The repellent, called "HALT,"
has no injurious effects on dogs but
does discourage a dog that is about
to attack. Its use is not objected to

by humane societies in the States or
here in the Canal Zone. Within 10
to 15 minutes the effect of the
repellent wears off and the dog
returns to normal.
It leaves a yellowish coloration on
the dog's hair which is removable by
washing. This coloration is a help in
identification of the animal if a
check for rabies is necessary.
Dog owners also can assist in
reducing dog bites to service per-
sonnel by keeping dogs under control.

Any Spare Elephants?
Any elephants around the house? White ones, especially. Someone
might like to have them. And they might have something interesting,
so, run for the closet. Ransack the storage chest.
The SPILLWAY is initiating a new reader service feature: "Swap Shop."
PanCanal employees and their wives or husbands may offer "swap"
items though SPILLWAY free of charge, limiting the pitch to not more
than 20 words, not counting address or telephone number. "Swap Shop"
items must be signed, but names won't be published. Just phone numbers
or addresses. You may offer an item you'd like to trade for a specific
item, or simply offer what you have and see what kind of swap response
you get.
Items received will be published as promptly as possible. Address
them to "Swap Shop," SPILLWAY, BOX M, Balboa Heights.


October 30, 1964


Employees promoted or transferred
between September 5 and October 5
(within-grade promotions and job
reclassifications are not listed):

This is to remind you that you'll have visitors tonight, similar to these. Some
of them, instead of or in addition to treats for themselves, will be seeking
aid for the world's children through the UNICEF program. Coins dropped
into the containers will help provide health services, disease control,
emergency aid, nutrition projects, family and child welfare services, and
education and vocational training-to thousands who otherwise would not
have them, or would at least have fewer of these benefits. The above scene
is from a church party last year. At these parties, the money contributions
are collected and the children enjoy Halloween parties complete with
decorations, games, and refreshments.


Proclamation Cites

Goal of World Peace

Proclaiming November 11 as Veterans Day, President Lyndon B. Johnson
views the occasion as an opportunity to "demonstrate our continued
dedication to the attainment of world peace."
Calling attention to the President's proclamation, Governor Fleming has
urged all Canal Zone residents to join in the observance.
Text of the President's proclamation:
Our national policy is directed toward the attainment of world peace,
and our resources are committed to the task of securing and maintaining
peace among the nations of the world. In recognition of this, the Congress
has designated the eleventh of November as a legal holiday to be known
as Veterans Day and has dedicated it to the cause of world peace (Act of
May 13, 1938, 52 Stat. 351, as amended (5 U.S.C. 87a)).
As we honor on this day the millions of men and women who have
honorably and devotedly served in our armed forces in time of war, we
should also demonstrate our continued dedication to the attainment of
world peace, giving outward evidence of our determination to seek the
blessings of peace for all people. This we can do by participating in public
ceremonies on that day.
United States of America, call upon the people of this Nation to observe
Wednesday, November 11, 1964, as Veterans Day, remembering with
respect and affection those who have defended this Nation in time of war
and rededicating ourselves to the cause of world peace.
I request the officials of the Federal and State Governments to associate
themselves with the Veterans Day National Committee in order that people
in all parts of our country may have an opportunity on that day to
participate personally in public ceremonies and exercises.
I also direct the appropriate officials of the Government to arrange for
the display of the flag of the United States on all public buildings on
Veterans Day.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my
the Seal of the United States of America to be affixed.

hand and caused

By the President:
Secretary -of State.

Noel C. Farnsworth, Industrial Engi-
neer to Supervisory Industrial
Schools Division
Helen L. Rushing, Teacher-Principal
(Elementary U.S. Schools) to Prin-
cipal (Elementary U.S. Schools)
Shirley A. Moffett, Teacher (Elemen-
tary U.S. Schools) to Supervisor
(English and Language Arts, U.S.
Schools) Ancon.
Theresa F. Moore, Teacher (Elemen-
tary U.S. Schools) to Supervisor
(Mathematics and Science) Ancon.
Clyde A. Willman, Counselor (U.S.
Schools) to Principal (Senior High,
U.S. Schools) Ancon.
Jocelyn W. Borrowes, Teacher (Sen-
ior High, L.A. Schools) to Principal
(Junior High, L.A. Schools).
Ray C. Burda, Usher (Theater), Sup-
ply Division, to Student Aid (Tech-
nical Option).
Hartford Livingston, Laborer to
Dressing-Room Attendant.
Charles K. Thorne, Laborer (Cleaner)
to Laborer (Heavy).

Police Division
Sylvan A. Welty, Police Private to
Police Sergeant, Cristobal.
Sharon L. Schmidt, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher, Locks Division, to Clerk-
William D. Payne, Guard, Locks Di-
vision, to Police Private.
Edwin J. Wardlow, Window Clerk,
Postal Division, to Police Private.
A. Rodriguez-Villafane, Clerk-Typist,
Community Services Division, to

Postal Division
William T. Halvosa, Foreman, Mail-
ing Division, to Assistant Post-
master, First Class Office.
Thomas L. Sellers, Assistant Fore-
man, Mailing Division, to Fore-
man, Mailing Division.
Basil E. James, Clerk (Checker), Ter-
minals Division, to Distribution
Clerk, Substitute.
Margaret F. Evans, Accounts Main-
tenance Clerk (Stenography) to
Budget Assistant, Office of Di-

Electrical Division
Thomas C. Robertson, Leader Elec-
trician (Lineman) to Lead Fore-
man (Cable-splicing and Electrical
Jack B. Love, Cable Splicer to Leader
James J. O'Donnel, Senior Operator
(Generating Station) to Power
System Dispatcher.
Dorothy S. Bright, Supply Clerk to
Clerk (Typing).
Elisha A. Bennett, Clerk (Electric
Meters) to Accounting Clerk.
Engineering Division
Ernest W. Zelnick, Supervisory Gen-
eral Engineer (Assistant Designing
Engineer) to Supervisory General
Engineer (Designing Engineer).
Daniel M. Eggleston, Supervisory
General Engineer (Chief, Specifi-
cations and Estimates Branch) to
Supervisory General Engineer
(Assistant Designing Engineer).
Paul L. Whitlock, Mechanical Engi-
ner (Industrial Equipment) to
General Engineer (Corrosion Miti-
Maintenance Division
Peter A. Warner, Lead Foreman
(Public Works, Wharfbuilding) to
General Foreman (Public Works).
Charles H. Bath, Lead Foreman
(Public Works-Construction and
Maintenance) to Lead Foreman
(Public Works-Heavy Equipment).
George W. Lopp, Plumber to Leader
John F. Rodney, Warehouseman,
Supply Division, to Carpenter.
Clifton M. Wasselle, Carpenter
(Maintenance), Supply Division, to
Harry Gayle, Stevedore, Terminals
Division, to Carpenter.
Luis Gonzilez, Helper Painter to
Elias Parra O., Helper Machinist
(Maintenance) to Machine Oper-
Frederick J. Bynoe, Helper Machinist
(Maintenance) to Maintenanceman.
Gladstone C. Rodney, Laborer
(Heavy) to Asphalt or Cement

Edwin E. Grant, Waiter, Supply Di-
vision, to Helper Carpenter.
Joseph Husband, Laborer, Com-
munity Services Division, to Helper
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Dredging Division
Aubrey H. Michael, Lead Foreman
(Public Works and Construction
Maintenance), Maintenance Divi-
sion, to Construction and Main-
tenance Superintendent (Rivers and
Clarence E. Sykes, Machinist (Marine)
to Leader Machinist (Marine).
Malcolm J. Stone, Admeasurer, Navi-
gation Division, to Master, Small
Randall L. Deakins, Apprentice
(Electrician) 1st Year, to Appren-
tice (Electrician) 2d Year.
Altimon C. Barger, Paint and Varnish
Maker to Painter.
Edgar Beckford, Helper (General) to
Machine Operator.
Clifford A. Rogers, Laborer (Cleaner),
Locks Division, to Laborer.
Gorgas Hospital
Betty L. Kelleher, Staff Nurse to Staff
Nurse (Obstetrics).
Eleanor H. Clark, Staff Nurse to Staff
Nurse (Medicine and Surgery).
Ruby A. Etchemendy, Staff Nurse to
Staff Nurse (Medicine and Surgery).
Jean C. Earl, Staff Nurse (Tuber-
culosis) to Nurse Supervisor (Gen-
eral Medical and Surgical Hos-
Hector G. Scott, Food Service Worker
to Hospital Food Service Worker.
Corozal Hospital
Nancy C. Buckner, Staff Nurse (Pe-
diatrics) to Head Nurse (Psychia-
Manuel E. G. Lindo, Clerk (Check-
er), Transportation and Terminals,
to Clerk.
Coco Solo Hospital
Rosa Daniels, Counterwoman, Supply
Division, to Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery).
C. J. Spiros, Guard, Locks Division,
to Canal Zone Guide (Interpreter).
Navigation Division
Ernest C. Flowers, Admeasurer to
Supervisory Admeasurer.
Lionel "L. Ewing, Admeasurer to
Supervisory Admeasurer.
Edward N. Belland, Admeasurer to
Supervisory Admeasurer.
Rodney R. Robertson, Pilot-in-train-
ing to Pilot, Probationary.
James V. Foster, Window Clerk,
Postal Division, to Admeasurer
Dennis Whitaker, Mirandes W. Myles,
Line Handlers to Seamen.
Paulino Bria, Laborer (Cleaner) to
Laborer (Heavy).
Industrial Division
Thomas W. Drohan, Supervisory
Cargo Checking Assistant, Ter-
minals Division, to Purchasing
Patricia M. Flores, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher to Supervisory Clerical
Assistant (Stenography).
Locks Division
Victor H. Higgens, General Engi-
neer to Supervisory General En-
Clint M. Holcomb, Leader Lock
Operator (Electrician) to Control
House Operator.
Robert J. Blair, Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Electrician) to Control House
Granville Hunte, Maintenanceman
(Boats) to Carpenter (Marine).
Alfred C. Blackman, Truck Driver to
Truck Driver (Heavy).
Rupert Wynter, Helper Lock Oper-
ator to Truck Driver.
Supply Division
John C. Wallace, Commissary Store
Manager to General Supply Officer,
Office of General Manager.
Cecilia Perra, Clerk, Locks Division,
to Accounting Clerk, Office of
General Manager.
Katherine J. Dolan, Usher (Theaters)
to Ticket Seller (Balboa Theater).
Ernest A. Franklin, Stockman to Lead
Foreman Stockman.



An illustrated article on the new
"mules" for the Panama Canal was
published in a recent issue of the

international Riailway Journal ot
Stanley W. Simmons, Warehouseman international lway journal
to Stockman. New York, N.Y.

Page 2


Peter Alexis, Lead Foreman Stock-
man to General Foreman Stock-
Doris Goldson, Utility Worker to
Doris C. Brown, Counterwoman to
'Assistant Cook.
Cassilda R. Smith, Counterwoman to
Assistant Cook.
Martha Bryan, Food Service Worker
to Assistant Cook.
Louise A. King, Sales Checker to
Sales Section Head.
Juan B. Urriola, Warehouseman to
Carpenter (Maintenance).
Olga Laurence, Utility Worker to
Te6filo G6mez, Laborer (Heavy) to
Federico A. James, High Lift Truck
Operator to Messenger.
Alexander A. Butcher, Laborer
(Heavy) to High Lift Truck Oper-
Leonora A. Wright, Utility Worker to
Duncan S. Williams, Warehouseman
to Stockman.
Irma B. de Romero, Utility Worker
to Counterwoman.
Rodriguez S. Burke, Messenger to
Mail Clerk.
Community Services Division
James L. Des Londes, Police Private,
Police Division, to Housing Pro-
ject Assistant.

Motor Transportation Division
Dan G. Nellis, Electrician to Leader
Railroad Division
Franklin A. Balmas, Electrician to
Lead Foreman Electrician.

Terminals Division
Fred B. Leslie, Jr., Police Private,
Police Division, to Guard.
Antonio A. Boria, Jose M. Calder6n,
and Victor Espada, Stevedore to
Earl D. Hines, Laborer, Community
Services Division, to Cargo Marker.
Isidro Simpson, Laborer (Heavy-Pest
Control), Division of Sanitation, to
Helper Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
Ulric G. Easey, Laborer (Heavy) to
High Lift Truck Operator.
Cromwell A. Panton, Line Handler
to Stevedore.

William F. O'Sullivan, Translator,
Administrative Services Division.
Eugene E. Hamlin, Supervisory Ad-
measurer, Director of Admeasure-
ment, Navigation Division.
Randolph M. Wikingstad, Terminal
Operations Officer, Terminals Di-
Robert E. Medinger, Supervisory Ad-
measurer (Chief Admeasurer) Navi-
gation Division.
Joseph A. Bialkowski and Otis M.
Ramey, Admeasurer, Navigation
Robert B. McIlvaine, Olin R. McGill,
Leon T. Williams, Edgar R. Mc-
Arthur, John Marino, Norma S.
Barkman, and Rudolph E. Michell,
Digital Computer Programmers,
Office of the Comptroller.
Shirley H. Barca, Travel Expense
Claims Examiner, Office of the
William M. Brown, Marine Traffic
Controller, Navigation Division.
Beth E. Heilman, Medical Radiology
Technician (Diagnosis), Gorgas
Dona M. Trasavage, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher, Administrative Services
Edgar W. Best, Timekeeper, Ter-
minals Division.
Niza P. de Mariz, Clerk-Typist, Com-
munity Services Division.
Jos6 D. P6rez and Luis C. N6iiez,
Surveying Aid, Engineering Divi-
Glenn A. Lasher and Paul E. Ander-
son, Lock Operator (Machinist),
Locks Division.
Walter F. Jarvis, Lock Operator
(Electrician), Locks Division.

October 30, 1964



1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Parade of Sports
3:30- Golf Championship
5:30-This Is The Life
6:00- Close Up
6:30- Newsreel
6:45-Football Scoreboard
7:00-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55--SCN NEWS (English)
9:00-Joey Bishop Show
9:30- Meaning Of Communism
10:15- Sacred Heart
10:30-Movie Time:
"Heat Wave"
5:30-Wonders of the World
6:00-NEWS 30
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Navy Notebook
7:30-Mayor of the Town
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Bob Cummings
8:30-Stump The Stars
9:00-Mr. Adam & Eve
10:15-Steve Allen
5:30-American Business
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-"I've Got A Secret"
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Coronado 9
7:30--Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00-SCN Special -
"Bell Telephone Hour"
10:15-Election Coverage
4:00- Afternoon
5:05-Dance Party
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-To Tell the Truth
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:30- Star Playhouse
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Desilu Playhouse:
10:15-Science Report
10:30- Tonight
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-True Adventure
6:55- SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Silver Wings
7:30-The Real McCoys
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-On Broadway Tonight
9:00-Death Valley Days
9:30-All Star Theater
10:15-Chevy Mystery Hour
11:00- Sermons from Science
3:05-How Many Homes
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Science In Action
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:30-Price Is Right
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05- Royal Playhouse
8:30-Five Star Jubilee
9:00-Celebrity Game
9:30-Star and the Story
10:15-Friday Nite Movie
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:50-EBF Spain
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
3:00- Sports Time
3:30-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:30-American Bandstand
5:30-CBS Sports
6:00-SCN NEWS (English)
6:30-SCN Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Ted Mack
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Ann Southern
8:30-King of Diamonds
9:00- Lawrence Welk
10:15-Bowling Live from Balboa
11:15- Saturday Night Movie


Panama Canal scenes are included
in a 14-minute sound and color film
produced for Sea-Land Service,
Inc., depicting the combined over-
land-ocean freight transportation
performed by the company.



Under Way

Revision of Title 35, Code of
Federal Regulations was started this
month at Balboa Heights by Richard
Anderson, vice president of the
Equity Publishing Corp. of Orford,
N.H., in collaboration with the
Panama Canal General Counsel.
Title 35 contains all of the regula-
tions which govern the operation of
the Panama Canal other than those
such as the traffic regulations which
are of local interest only.
The revision of Title 35 will in-
clude a number of changes made
necessary by the recent revision of
the Canal Zone Code which also was
prepared by the Equity Publishing
The final draft of the revision of
Title 35 will be presented to Gov-
ernor Fleming in January. Final
approval by the Secretary of the
Army and the President of the United
States will be necessary before
Equity Corporation can prepare the
revision for publication by the
Government Printing Office.
Anderson, who spent several
months in the Canal Zone in 1961
on the revision of the Canal Zone
Code, is being assisted in his present
task by Miss Signa Carbee, a member
of his staff.
The Equity Corporation is a well
known firm of law book publishers
which has had considerable experi-
ence in this field of work.

Girl Scouts Hear

Of Encampment

Lennie Medcalf, a junior at Balboa
High School, spoke on her experi-
ences at the Girl Scout All States
Encampment at a Girl Scout program
in Balboa High School Auditorium
Tuesday. The encampment was held
in August at Camp Taconja, Twin
Lakes, Mich.
Girls were selected by competition
from the 12 U.S.A. Girl Scouts
Regions to attend one of the 5 en-
campments held this year in Michi-
gan, Tennessee, Maryland, California,
and Washington. The girls chosen
had a choice of camps. With 151
other girls, including 1 from Hawaii,
Lennie went to Michigan.
There also was a short talk about
a troop in Japan, and a movie, just
released, "This Is Girl Scouting,"
was shown.

At The
Week Beginning Saturday,
October 31, 1964
(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:25-Mon., 7:30-
The World Of Henry Orient
Tues., 2:00, 5:10, 8:20-Wed.-Thurs.,
7:30-The Cardinal
Fri., 7:00-Never Put It In Writing
Saturday night-Move Over, Darling
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Man In
The Middle
Wed.-Children Of The Damned
Tues.-Two Little Bears
Thurs.-Wall Of Noise
Fri.-Nine Lives Of Elfego Baca
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Barricade
Saturday night, 8:15 p.m.-A Yank In
Sun.-The Day And The Hour
Tues.-Children Of The Damned
Wed.-Wall Of Noise
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Man In The Middle
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Sunday, 2:00, 7:00-One
Man's Way
Mon.-The Jazz Singer
Tues.-Carry On, Nurse
Wed.-Thurs.-Soldier In The Rain
Fri.-Colossus Of Rhodes
Saturday night-Amazons Of Rome
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Brass
Sun., 7:00-Mon., 7:00-The Leopard
Tues.-Too Hot To Handle

Distinguished Servi

23 Receive Sugges
Acting Canal Zone Governor David The citation recognize
S. Parker presented a distinguished 8 years his exempla
service award to August I. (Slim) selfish dedication t
Bauman, and 25 beneficial suggestion hearted participation
awards to 23 other Panama Canal community program
employees last week in a presentation tribution to sustain
ceremony in the Board Room of the relationships between
Administration Building, Balboa munities and the Rep
Heights. The top award of $800 went that have characterize
to Richard D. Peacock. the Panama Canal."
Acting Governor Parker expressed The top suggest
his great pleasure, and his congratula- Peacock was for his
tions, in making the distinguished the Panama Canal
service award to A. I. Bauman, for lished on a quarterly
notable service to the Panama Canal a monthly basis for a
in his capacity of Superintendent of saving.
the Grounds Maintenance Branch. An incentive awa

Anyone Got a Match? is a zany
new novel by Max Shulman of Rally
Round the Flag Boys! fame. The
author is writing a funny book about
what he considers the four most
serious problems which challenge
us-cigarettes, food, TV, and love.
Putting these ingredients into a novel
is relatively easy, but making the
mixture entertaining and amusing is
another matter. Admirers of Max
Shulman's brand of humor should
not miss this novel.
Reminiscences, by the late General
of the Army Douglas MacArthur, is
a collection of informal recollections
which, as he puts it, are "penned by

Wed.-Law And Disorder
Thurs.-Treasure Of Pancho Villa
Fri.-A Yank In Vietnam
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-Chase
A Crooked Shadow
Saturday night-Sunday, Matinee 2:00
p.m.-Stampede At Bitter Creek
Sunday night-Move Over, Darling
Tues.-Treasure Of Pancho Villa
Thurs.-Law And Disorder
Fri.-The Leopard
A1l night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.

Special Matinees

BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-Jason And The
Argonauts-The legend of Jason and his
search for the Golden Fleece.
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-Tarzan's Savage
Fury-Lex Barker: The king of the
jungle in another exciting episode.
(85 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-Watch The Birdie-
A good slapstick comedy, starring Red
Skelton and Arlene Dahl. (75 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-Kim-Errol Flynn,
Dean Stockwell: Rudyard Kipling's
fabulous romantic adventure. (In color.)
(120 min.)
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-A Guy Named
Joe-Spencer Tracy: A combination of
romance, comedy, and war action of
the USAF fighting pilots. (126 min.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Angels In The Out-
field-Paul Douglas: Comedy fantasy of
a big-league baseball manager (110 min.)

ice Honored;

tion Awards

zed "for the past presented Mario Callejas of the En-
.ry conduct, un- gineering Division, whose suggestion
o duty, whole- of an improved method for obtaining
n in civic and and recording survey elevations
is and his con- resulted in an estimated annual
led harmonious savings of $4,500.
n the Canal com- A suggestion for the elimination
public of Panama of the alphabetical bond file in the
zed his service to Payroll Branch brought Eric R.
Townsend an award of $65.
tion award to Seven incentive awards were pre-
suggestion that sented to employees in the Office of
Review be pub- the Comptroller, and Customs Office
y rather than on employees received three awards.
a sizeable annual Incentive award checks for $15 or
$20, respectively, were received by
rd of $250 was the following Canal employees:
Howard H. Sprague, who suggested
*.c-' a modification to the traffic lights at
-. Fourth of July Avenue and "J" Street
intersection; H. G. Crogan, who
suggested elimination of a traffic
B hazard on Diablo Road; Robert S.
Goldson, whose suggestion was for
".use of a single copy verifax matrix
to reduce reproduction expense;
Bertha U. Frensley (two awards)
Suggested use of individual salt
packets at the Drive-Inn, and reloca-
tion of a traffic sign to improve
y vehicular safety; Eva M. Grassau, an
Improvement in payroll procedures;
'William C. Grimes, an improvement
at Sosa Hill Quarry to eliminate a
nuisance to vehicular traffic; William
SJ. Monson, a change in customs
procedures; Eugene J. Schill, im-
proved utilization of railroad equip-
ment; James R. Nellis, improved
award to August Electrical Division operations; Ray
leased spectator.
eased sL. Bunnell, expedited passage of
Customs Division cars in restricted
areas; Cleveland A. Johnson, a safety
improvement; Alfonso Rowland, me-
chanical cleaning of lock walls;
Arthur L. Livingston, improvement in
customer relations in the Motor
Transportation Division; Roy McFar-
lnna elimination of a cafetV hlaard

[his] own hand" about the events of at the Margarita Gasoline Stati
his long and colorful career. Toat the Margarita Gasoline Station;
his long and colorful career. To John W. Hall, a suggestion regarding
historians a rather more objective W s (
account than MacArthur's would transiting ships; Roy A. Watson (two
awards), one for use of insulated
probably be more valid, but to his awards), one for use of insulated
probably be more valid, but to his bags in transporting pharmacy bio-
many admirers this autobiography is logical in the Canal Zone Health
a fitting memorial to a life spent in Bureau, and another for an im-
the service of his country. One of his proved method for storing prescrip-
critics has said that these reminis- p peci
critics as sai a ese remains tion labels; Joan C. Fitzgerald, instal-
cences "may very well comprise the lation of a fan in a retail store section;
only autobiography by a great man Joseph C. Turner, a suggestion
which is almost totally free of Joseph C. Turner, a suggestion
self-doubt." regarding wall pictures; Carolyn L.
Holgerson, elimination of a safety
The Flight of the Innocents, the hazard; and George T. Fitzgerald, an
latest novel by Lin Yutang, tells of additional SPILLWAY feature.
the trek of a group of people from
the interior of Red China to Hong Thanksgiving Swim
Kong. The young British businessman S
who has been allowed to bring out Meet On Schedule
his missionary aunt takes along his A Thanksgiving swimming meet,
fiancee and others as well. All have ,
iance and others as well. All have sponsored by the Division of Schools,
had such sobering experiences under wl be held a the Balboa s
the Red Chinese that escape is a will be held at the Balboa swimming
the Red Chinese that escape is a pool Friday, November 27. Events
pool Friday, November 27. Events
blessing for them, and a real relief will start at 9 a.m.
to the readers. Lin Yutang has written All students in the U.S. Schools of
All students in the U.S. Schools of
many novels, as well as contempla- the Canal Zone, members of the
tive works. Probably his best known A d F a t
Armed Forces and their dependents
is The Importance of Living which r .
was published in 1944. are eligible to participate.
SEach contestant is limited to two
A Song of Sixpence, by A. J. events. Entries must be returned to
Cronin, is a simple, gracefully written the Balboa pool by November 20.
tale of a Scottish family. Its hero is Entry blanks may be obtained at all
young Lawrence Carroll, a gentle and pools.
observant boy whom Cronin depicts
in a wonderfully intuitive manner. SPILLW
It's choice as a Literary Guild Selec- S ILLWAl
tion is a particularly apt one. Every- The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an
one who keeps up with current official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
writing should take a look at this articles contained in it are made avail-
charming story. able to all interested news media for
whatever use they may wish to make
Question of Loyalty, by Nicolas of them and may be reprinted without
Freeling, is a polished and literate official clearance.
who-dun-it with a Dutch police ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor of the Canal Zone
detective who is particularly intrigu- DAvm S. PARKER
ing as a language expert. The murder Lieutenant Governor
to be solved is that of an anonymous FRANK A. BALDWIN
man who was found in a house in Information Officer
Amsterdam with champagne for two Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
nearby. Library patrons can use more the Panama Canal Press Office or
of this kind of mystery story and mailed to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
here's hoping more are forthcoming. Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Page 3

October 30, 1964


Expanded Fitness Test

Program Planned Here

The amount of time and energy
being devoted to physical education
has increased considerably in the last
few years in the United States, a
recent report by Stan Musial, con-
sultant to the U.S. President on
Physical Fitness, indicates. This
report, on the activities of the
Council on Physical Fitness, shows
the most dramatic increase has been
in the upper grades.
In the Canal Zone, during this
school year in the U.S. Schools, stu-
dents enrolled in physical education
classes from the fifth grade through
seniors ii high school will be given
the American Association of Health,
Physical Education and Recreation
Fitness Test recommended by the
President's Council. The test includes
a shuttle run, a dash, sit-ups, pull-ups,
softball throw, standing broad jump,
and a distance run/walk test.
For the past 5 years, prior to this
school year, pupils in selected grades
were given the fitness test in the

(Continued from p. 1)

Mabel Anderson, Clarence N. Brin,
Rupert (Buster) Beckford, Mrs. Pearl
Chilcott, H6ctor Ching, Benjamin
Denny, Fitzgerald Forde, Gladys
Grimes, Joseph Henlon, George
V. Lewis, Dora Morales, Percival
Samuels, Maria Sandiford, Frank A.
Saunders, Woodrow W. Wellington.
Camp Coiner-Mount Hope District
(6 vacancies): Wilfred E. Barrow,
Michael Barnett, Clement Bell, Lloyd
G. Bennett, Mrs. Carmelita Brown,
Leroy Cockburn, Mrs. Myrtle Crooks,
Wilbert Dryden, Cedric F. Git-
tens, Sr., Mrs. Myrtle Gittens, Mrs.
Levina R. Greene, Mrs. Ruth A.
Hudson, Mrs. Velta Lowe, C. Lucas,
Roy E. Sobers, Rupert Sobers, Roy
Thompson, and Roy Watson. Camp
Bierd District (4 vacancies): Walter
E. Clarke, Ruben Cohen, Mrs. Gladys
de Diaz, George Goddard, Phillip A.
Henry, Mrs. Sabina de JimBnez, Alvin
McFarlane, Efrain Meza, Lee Red-
man, Cecil A. Springer, Jeremiah
Steele. Rainbow City Heights District
(2 vacancies): David S. Facey, Ervin
D. Hicks, Moses N. Raymond, Robert
R. Urquhart, Luis Andrion, Jorge
Castro, and Aguedo Ramos.
Santa Cruz Civic Council: Andr6s
G6mez, Joseph French, Ricardo Cox,
Miss Nera Vigier, Victor Mite,
Ethelca Inniss, Gwendolyn Cooper,
Hubert Dover, Arnold Hamilton,
Adolfo Ruiz, Louis Small, Clifford
Tomlinson, Theophilus Peterkin, Mrs.
Violet Rhaburn, Aurelio Ycaza,
Joseph V. Lord, Mike Bent, Jr., Justo
Navarro, Ralph Thorne, Cecila
Hawkins, Eric Salkey, Edith Dyar,
and Richard Ford.
Pedro Miguel Civic Council: Clif-
ford Bovell, Claude Burgess, Mrs.
Albertha Garnett, Harold Gibbs, Fitz
Grant, Evelyn Hinds, Basil James,
Mrs. Gloria Llewelyn, Webster F.
Marshall, Mrs. Millicent B. Thomas,
Basil Trotman, Earl S. Waldron,
and William Woodcock.
Paraiso Civic Council: Precinct 1:
Servio T. Rueda, Adolfo Bedolla,
Eloise U. Clark, Ivan E. Haywood,
Harvey L. Jones, Eric S. Oakley,
Edith Brown, and Herbert L. Clark.
Precinct 2: Edgar Ogarra, Myrtle
McFarlane, Ruth Smith, Newton
Skeet, and Garfield Mayers. Pre-
cinct 3: Clarence Sisnett, Calvin
Shepherd, Cecil Scotland, Karl
Harris, Franklyn Spencer, Howard
Callender, Claudine Daxon. Pre-
cinct 4: Cecil Gittens, Eduardo King,
Rupert A. Phillips, Muriel Johnson,
H. H. Lavalas, George Richards, and
Mary Callender. Precinct 5: Dathan
Martin, Elijah Bennett, Mildred
White, Alfred Bushell, Byron Brooks,
A. B. Thorbourne, Doris Greene,
L. A. Pennycook, and Aston Philpotts.

Canal Zone U.S. schools, and have
scored considerably higher than the
norms established some years ago in
representative communities in the
Students from all U.S. schools this
year are being screened, for the first
time, to identify the underdeveloped
student. Increased efforts will be
devoted to encourage these under-
developed students to take part in
physical activity programs. In the
elementary grades, special attention
will be devoted to these students to
increase their skills, coordination, or
strength so that they may be enabled
to produce to their maximum

Cazabon Named Aide

To VFW Commander

John A. "Buck" Jenkins, Birming-
ham, Ala., Commander-in-Chief of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the
United States, has appointed Felipi
Cazabon, Department of Panama
Canal Zone V.F.W. public relations
officer, as special aide-de-camp to
the Commander-in-Chief of the
In announcing the appointment,
Jenkins said: "It is a pleasure for me
to appoint Mr. Cazabon to serve on
my staff. Because of his continuing
interest in the problems which face
our Nation's veterans, their widows
and orphans, I know that I will be
able to rely on his judgment and
It is my personal observation that
he represents his community, State
and Nation in the highest traditions
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of
the United States. It was a pleasure
for me to spend some time with
Mr. Cazabon at the recent V.F.W.
National Convention, in Cleveland,
Ohio, to which he was one of the
delegates from his Department."

Special Education

Group Meets Nov. 4

The November meeting of the
Special Education Association of the
Canal Zone will be held at 7:30 p.m.
November 4 in the auditorium of the
Jewish Welfare Board Building on
La Boca Road, Balboa.
Dr. Daniel Hirschl, Chief of the
Pediatric Clinic at Gorgas Hospital,
will be guest speaker. His topic will
be "Major causes of handicapping
conditions in children."
All interested individuals are cor-
dially invited to attend. Refreshments
will be served.

(Continued from p. 1)

She carries 10 passengers and a
crew of 2.
The craft is the most economical
and best that could be obtained
without having a special designed
custom-built boat, he said. If the
fiberglass constructed launch is suc-
cessful, others may be obtained
specially designed to suit the Canal
organization needs.
The Sea-Tiger joins a fleet of 34
Navigation Division launches and
20 Dredging Division craft. The
launches used by the Panama Canal
in Cristobal, Balboa, and Gamboa
range in age from the veterans built
in 1929 to several new wooden hull
boats constructed recently in the
Industrail Division Launch Facility
at Gamboa.

Going, Going ...

With the Panama Canal 50th
Anniversary celebration 21 months
past, the Supply Division under-
standably feels that people who
had made "reserve basis" arrange-
ments for anniversary medallions
have had plenty of time to claim
About 70 of the medallions still
are being held for customers on
the reserve basis.
Any not picked up by Novem-
ber 6 will not be held any longer,
but will be placed on sale to the
general public.

Last Week's Visitors
Visitors to Miraflores Locks_ _1,264
Visitors to Gatun Locks --_- 259
Transits__----- -------- 0
Tours on Las Cruces (6) pas-

Si sengers -----------------
These are some of the United Fund Benefit Palm Bowl trophies presented Tours on Reina Manuelita II
at the 1963 game. Similar trophies will be presented at the 1964 UF benefit
game to be played in Balboa Stadium November 13. The grid tilt will pit (1) passengers ---------
the interscholastic champions against the Canal Zone All Stars. All proceeds
will go to the Canal Zone United Fund. Trophies donated by Abernathy, S.A. Total..- ------

Palm Bowl Tilt

To Feature Big

Half Time Show
The 1964 Canal Zone United Fund
Palm Bowl Football Game will be
played at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Novem-
ber 13, in Balboa Stadium. Opposing
teams will be the Canal Zone inter-
scholastic champions and a Canal
Zone All Star team selected from the
other three interscholastic teams. The
"All Stars" will be selected and
coached by the two coaches of the
second place team in the inter-
scholastic league.
A spectacular half-time ceremony
is being developed under the direc-
tion of Maj. E. M. Quigley, Jr., and
Ed Kaiser. A special train is being
arranged for the Atlantic siders and
tickets for the game and special train
are available from Trevor Simon and
Maurice McCullough in Cristobal.
Pacific siders may purchase their
game tickets from Bill De La Mater,
Charles Brown, Jim Givens, or Joe
Wood. Game tickets will also be on
sale at the Administration Building
Information Desk, Balboa High
School, Cristobal High School, and
the Canal Zone College offices.
De La Mater, Palm Bowl chair-
man, states that a capacity crowd is
expected. All proceeds go to the
Canal Zone United Fund. Refresh-
ments will be available at the game.
Hot dogs have been donated by
Abbatoir Nacional, trophies by Aber-
nathy, S.A., programs by R. C. Cola
Bottling Co., program printing by
the Panama American Press, and
ticket printing by Fidanque Travel

College Club Tea

Monday Afternoon
The Canal Zone College Club will
entertain at a tea on Monday, Nov-
ember 2, at 3:30 p.m. at the Fort
Amador Officers Open Mess.
The travel group of the club will
present the afternoon's program,
which will feature two films.
Members and guests will be


Due to the November 3 holiday
falling on a Tuesday of pay week
employees normally paid that day
will instead be paid Wednesday,
November 4. There will be no change
in pay day Wednesday except that
delivery of those checks to organiza-
tional units will be advanced 1 day,
if possible.

Wet Track for Grand Prix Gives

Spectators Bonus of Extra Thrills
Some 1,500 rain-soaked spectators cials and participants to start
cheered as Richard L. Thurman of diate plans for a bigger and
Curundu, C.Z., flashed by the check- event during the coming dry
ered flag to win top honors in the possibly in March or April.
Panama Grand Prix Sunday, Octo- Winner in the sedan rac
ber 25, staged at France Field as a Flavio Espino of Panama, who
United Fund benefit. a Alfa-Guilietta TI. Fred Platt
Torrential rains had threatened to in second in his Volkswagen
delay the event, but a wet track gave and John Gold, driving a C
spectators an added bonus in thrills was third.
and excitement as cars skidded and
spun around tricky turns of the Naming of Can
1.9-mile course.
Skillful, steady driving allowed To Honor Son
Thurman's 1963 Austin Healey to
best more powerful cars such as Of Former Pile
Dudley Smolen's 1962 Jaguar XK-E, A U.S. Army camp in Kon
which took an early lead in the race soon bear the name of the so
but spun off the track in the ninth lap. former Canal Zone pilot. The
In an exciting test of driving skill, presently known as Compou
Thurman took over the lead position will be named "Camp Paine" in
until the 27th lap, when Smolen of Sgt. George H. Paine wh
again overtook him. The Jaguar killed in action during the I
spun out again after 1 lap and War.
Thurman held top position for the Paine was the son of the latt
remainder of the 50-lap contest. His Byron Paine who came to the P
total time was unofficially clocked at Canal organization in 1927
1 hour, 27 minutes, and 39 seconds master on a tugboat. Captain
for an average speed of 65.04 miles retired as a pilot in 1949 and
per hour. to Massachusetts.
Second and third place winners The area to be named
were Patrick M. Kennett, driving a Paine" is approximately 20
1963 Morgan Plus 4 for Motortune north of Seoul in the vicir
of Panama City; and Michael G. Freedom Bridge in the demili
Reed of Fort Clayton, C.Z., at the zone of Korea and is occup
wheel of a 1963 Sunbeam Alpine the 1st Battalion, 79th Army
Mark III. Permission for naming the
Fastest single lap time was chalked in honor of Sergeant Pain
up by Smolen on the 27th turn, when granted by his next of kin, Mrn
he regained the lead from Thurman garet H. Hussy, a sister, of Fair
by completing the course in 1 minute, Mass. In a letter to her, reqi
37 seconds, with a speed of 70.2 this permission, the battalion
miles per hour. mander also asked for a phot,
Success of the race prompted offi- of Sergeant Paine, from wh

OES Charity Bazaar

To Be Held Saturday

A charity bazaar will be held by
Orchid Chapter No. 1, Order of the
Eastern Star, at the Scottish Rite
Temple, Balboa, Saturday.
The bazaar, open from 4 to 8 p.m.,
will feature various booths, including
a white elephant booth, baked goods,
and needlework.
A special children's portion of the
bazaar will feature Halloween, and
boys and girls are invited to come
in costume.
A barbecue beef dinner, with
vegetables, potatoes, salad, dessert,
and beverage will be served from 5
to 7 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door, or from members.

oil painting will be made. The
ing will hang in headquarters
1st Battalion.

CHS-BHS Grid Game

Rescheduled Tonight
The Cristobal High vs. Balboa
High football game originally sched-
uled for Thursday night will played
on Friday night, October 30, at
Balboa Stadium. The SDAC vs. CZC
game was played Thursday, Octo-
ber 29, at Balboa Stadium.
The games were originally sched-
uled in reverse because of Canal Zone
College classes on week-nights. How-
ever the CHS-BHS game has gener-
ated a great deal of spectator follow-
ing, especially from the Atlantic side,
and in the interest of not encouraging
the student bodies of the high schools
to be out on a school night, the game
dates were switched.

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Vol. III, No. 19 50 Aios de Servicios . .Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 30 de Octubre de 1964

I I V, ,

Quien mira la mira es Mario Calleja. Se trata de una mira de nivelar de
Filadelfia que emplean los agrimensores en sus faenas. Calleja, quien es
subjefe ingeniero civil, ramo de agrimensura, Divisi6n de Ingenieria, Pedro
Miguel, obtuvo un premio por incentive por la suma de $250 por haber
sugerido una innovaci6n en la utilizaci6n de esa mira de nivelar de Filadelfia
para la obtenci6n de niveles y elevaciones. Su sugerencia se calcula que
ahorrarA unos $4,500 anualmente al Canal de PanamA.

$102.000 Dona PanCanal a Fondo Unido
Pr6xima yaa alcanzarse la meta fijada de $142,500 para el
Fondo Unido de la Zona del Canal, se revel6 que la organiza-
ci6n del Canal de Panama, a la que se le habia asignado una
cuota de $73,800, ha donado hasta ahora la cantidad de
Todas y cada una de las dependencias del Canal de Panami
sobrepasaron las contribuciones que de ellas eran esperadas.
La Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales encabeza
la lista con 180 por ciento sobre su cuota. Le sigue la Con-
traloria con 141 por ciento; la Direcci6n de Marina con 135
por ciento; la Direcci6n del Personal con 127 por ciento;
Transportes y Terminales con 127 por ciento; la Oficina del
Gobernador-Presidente con 125 por ciento; Direcci6n de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n con 122 por ciento; y la Direcci6n de
Asuntos Civiles con mis del 100 por ciento.

Elecciones de Consejos Civicos en

Comunidades Latinoamericanas

El martes 10 de noviembre elegi-
ran a los nuevos miembros de los
Consejos Civicos de todas las comu-
nidades latinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal. Los comicios fueron fija-
dos para esa fecha a fin de no entor-
pecer las celebraciones de las Fiestas
Patrias panamefias que se observan
los dias 3, 4 y 5 de noviembre y en
las que participan numerosos resi-
dentes de comunidades latinoameri-
canas de la Zona.
Los residents de las Areas habi-
tadas primordialmente por ciudada-
nos estadounidenses realizarin sus
elecciones para miembros de los Con-
sejos Civicos el mi6rcoles 4 de no-

Rosetas Para

La Legi6n

La distribucidn y venta de ro-
setas a beneficio de la Legidn
Americana se efectuard en comu-
nidades de la Zona del Canal
desde el 3 hasta el 11 de noviem-
bre, segin anuncio hecho por la
Sra. Leona Steward, de la Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary.
Lo que se recaude en esta cam-
paiia se utilizard para ayudar a
pagar la hospitalizacidn de los ve-
teranos de guerra y sus hijos.

viembre. En el sector Pacifico habrA
urnas en el Edificio de Administra-
ci6n de Balboa Heights, en el Edifi-
cio de Planillas de Anc6n, y en las
secciones de Alimentos y de Utensi-
lios DomBsticos del Almac6n de Bal-
boa, asi como en el Correo de Balboa
y el Centro de Servicios Comunales
de Diablo Heights. La votaci6n que-
dara abierta a las 8 de la mainana y
clausurard a las 5 de la tarde.
En la costa atlbntica se votara en
los siguientes sitios: Centro de Ser-
vicios Comunales y AlmacBn de Coco
Solo, de 9 a.m. a 7 p.m. En Marga-
rita: en el almacdn durante las horas
hibiles y en el Centro de Servicios
Comunales entire las 9 de la mafiana
y las 7 de la noche. En Gatin se
votard de 8:30 a.m. a 7:30 p.m. en
el Centro de Servicios Comunales.
En Gamboa se votarA en el Correo
de 8 de la maiana a 5 de la tarde.
En las comunidades latinoameri-
canas los votos serAn distribuidos de
casa en casa por voluntaries de las
escuelas secundarias, a quienes super-
vigilarAn miembros activos de los
Consejos Civicos.
Lista de Candidatos para Consejos
Civicos Latinoamericanos:
Rainbow City: Distrito de Rain-
bow City (5 vacantes): Mrs. Mabel
Anderson, Clarence N. Brin, Rupert
(Buster) Beckford, Mrs. Pearl Chil-
cott, Hector Ching, Benjamin Denny,
Fitzgerald Forde, Gladys Grimes,
(Pasa a la pdgina 4)

Revision de Carros

Empieza el Jueves
La revision de vehiculos comercia-
les en la Zona del Canal se iniciarA
el jueves 5 de los corrientes en las
cocheras de la Divisi6n de Transpor-
tes en Anc6n y en Crist6bal, seg6n
anunci6 Paul R. Kuyoth, superinten-
dente interino de esa division.
El horario fijado-de lunes a vier-
nes-sera de 7 a 11 del dia y del
mediodia a 4 de la tarde.
Duefios de vehiculos comerciales
registrados en la Zona del Canal
deben de presentar copia valida del
registro de su vehiculo.
La revision cuesta $1.25 e include:
frenos, alumbrado, reflectores, ven-
tanas y parabrisas, llantas, sefiales,
bocinas, limpiaparabrisas, volante,
alineamiento de las ruedas y otras
parties del vehiculo que afectan su
Pr6ximamente se anunciarA la
fecha de revision de coaches parti-

Villa Caceres

Celebra el 3
La Sociedad de Villa CAceres, en
PanamA, formada por los residents
de esa urbanizaci6n-un 80 por ciento
de ellos empleados del Canal de
Panami-celebrarA con toda pompa
el aniversario de la Independencia de
Panama el 3 de noviembre pr6ximo.
En dicha celebraci6n habri palo
ensebado, misica y sorpresas. El
abanderado de Villa CAceres serA el
Mayor Aristides HassAn, Inspector
General del TrAnsito de PanamA, y
ese dia le serA entregado un perga-
mino al Sr. Guillermo de Roux, ex
Gerente de la Caja de Ahorros de
PanamA, quien lo recibirn de manos
de la Srta. Carmen A. Denis, como
una muestra del reconocimiento de
los moradores de Villa CAceres por
toda la ayuda prestada por el Sr. de
El Comit6 de Festejos extiende una
cordial invitaci6n a todos los emplea-
dos de la Zona del Canal y sus fami-
liares para que se unan a la celebra-
ci6n del aniversario de la Indepen-
dencia de Panama.

El martes entrante observa la Repiblica de Panama el
sexag6simo-primer aniversario de su Secesi6n de Colombia,
gesta que se cumpli6 el 3 de noviembre de 1903.
En esos aiios de su vida como pais independiente y soberano,
la Naci6n panamefia ha reafirmado los perfiles de su naciona-
lidad y prestado creciente y sostenido empefio a la consolida-
ci6n de sus instituciones nacionales.
Defensora de los principios e ideales de la convivencia
democrAtica, Panama ocupa el lugar que le corresponde entire
las naciones del Hemisferio Occidental cuando se trata de
prestar su contingent para la lucha com6n que libran las
naciones que se precian de mantener el sistema representative
de gobierno republican.
Es en m6rito y atenci6n a todo ello que Panami se hace
acreedora al derecho que tiene de celebrar sus dias Patrios
con fervor y con fe en su porvenir y el de sus hijos.


Entre el estrdpito de los motors y el aplauso unAnime de 1,500 espec-
tadores, Richard L. Thurman, de Curundi, Zona del Canal, sali6 triun-
fante en la prueba automovilistica Gran Prix de PanamA que se efectu6
en France Field el domingo 25 de octubre a beneficio del Fondo Unido.

Lluvias torrenciales habian ame-
nazado con imposibilitar el event,
que era aguardado con interns por
todos los amantes del volante. Pero
las condiciones de la pista mojada
solo sirvieron para ofrecer a la concu-
rrencia emociones adicionales cuando
los autos patinaban al tomar las peli-
grosas curvas en el curso de 1.9 milla.
El volante Thurman, conduciendo
un Austin Healy 1963, se impuso por
su serenidad y control en todo mo-
mento de la dificil prueba en la que
intervenian coaches much mAs pode-
rosos como el Jaguar XK-E, 1962,
que guiaba el favorite Dudley
Este l6timo encabezaba la carrera
desde su inicio pero en la 9. vuelta
se sali6 de la pista, circunstancia que
aprovech6 Thurman para coger la de-
lantera, que mantuvo hasta la vuelta
27' cuando el corajudo Smolen volvi6
a arrebatarsela.
La emoci6n de los espectadores
subi6 de punto cuando, a la vuelta
siguiente, el Jaguar de Smolen volvi6
a salirse de la cancha y Thurman
torn6 a encabezar el lote, mante-
niendo ya su posici6n hasta el final.
El tiempo empleado por el gana-
dor de la prueba de 50 vueltas fue
extraoficialmente seiialado como
1 hora, 27 minutes y 39 segundos,
con velocidad promedio de 65.04
millas por hora.

El segundo y tercer lugar lo ocupa-
ron, respectivamente, Patrick M.
Kennet y Michael G. Reed, de Fuerte
Clayton. Kennett condujo un Morgan
Plus 4, modelo 1963 (para Motor-
tune de PanamA) y Reed un Sum-
bean Alpino Mark III, de 1963.
La vuelta mAs veloz correspon-
di6 a Smolen cuando logr6 alcan-
zar y pasarse a Thurman, comple-
tindola en 1 minute y 37 segundos
con velocidad de 70.2 millas por
Tan impresionante fue el 6xito del
event automovilistico que sus orga-
nizadores se sienten animados a mon-
tar otro similar, posiblemente en la
estaci6n seca entrante. Los planes
iniciales contemplan realizar la
prueba durante el mes de abril de
Flavio Espino, de PanamA, gan6
la carrera para sedanes, conduciendo
un Alfa Guilietta TI. Fred Pratt
qued6 de segundo con su Volkswagen
Especial y John Cold de tercero en
un Corvair.

Club Universitario
Se Reune el Lunes
El Club Universitario (Canal
Zone College Club) de la Zona del
Canal tendrd un Te en el Club de
Oficiales del Fuerte Amador el
lunes 2 de noviembre a las 3:30 de
la tarde.
El grupo de Viajes estard a cargo
del program de ese dia, presen-
tando dos peliculas.
Los miembros y sus hudspedes
serdn bienvenidos.

Esclusas de Miraflores __1,264
Esclusas de Gat6n .. 259
Las Cruces (6 viajes) __ 574
Reina Manuelita (1 viaje) 10
Total ._.._ 2,107

Revision del

Titulo 35 del

Codigo Federal
Richard Anderson, vicepresidente
de la editor Equity Publishing Corp.,
de Oxford, Nueva Hampshire, inici6
este mes, en colaboraci6n con Asesor
Juridico del Canal de PanamA, la revi-
si6n del Titulo 35 del C6digo de
Reglamentos Federales.
El titulo citado contiene todos los
reglamentos que gobiernan la opera-
ci6n del Canal de PanamA, except
aquellos como los de travesia, que
son solo de interns local.
La revision del Titulo 35 incluirA
un nimero de cambios que se hicie-
ron necesarios debido a la reciente
revision del C6digo de la Zona del
Canal, que tambibn fue editado y
preparado por la Equity Publishing
Una vez terminado el trabajo, Aste
sera presentado al Gobernador Fle-
ming, en enero entrante. Se reque-
rirA la aprobaci6n del Secretario del
Ejbrcito y del Presidente de Esfados
Unidos antes de que la Imprenta
Nacional del Gobierno pueda impri-
mir el titulo revisado.
La Corporaci6n Equity tiene alto
prestigio como editor de vol6menes
juridicos y legales.

Debido a que el martes entrant
es Fiesta Nacional de Panamd, las
personas que usualmente reciben
su salario quincenal los martes lo
recibirdn el midrcoles 4 de no-
viembre. Esto no afecta a quienes
reciben pago los mi&rcoles, excep-
to que se procurard entregar los
cheques de cada dependencia lo
antes possible.


La flota mercante de Estados Unidos consta de 905. naves de mds de
1,000 toneladas brutas en servicio activo. Estos datos abarcan al I de
agosto y seiialan una baja de 11 naves, comparados con las cifras del
1V de julio, dadas a la publicidad por la Administracidn Maritima del
Departamento de Comercio de Estados Unidos.
En servicio activo se hallan 20 barcos de propiedad official y 885 de
propiedad privada. Estos datos no abarcan naves de propiedad privada
que estdn temporalmente inactivas. Tampoco comprenden las 25 naves
que estdn bajo custodia del Departamento de Defensa, el de Estado,
el de lo Interior o el Canal de Panamd.



Octubre 30, 1964

Gente en la Noticia

La Sra. Rachel K. Peterson, Oficinista,
Asuntos de Personal (General, Meca-
nografia), ingres6 a la organizaci6n
del Canal de PanamA el 27 de no-
viembre de 1962 con la Direcci6n de
Personal y se encuentra laborando en
el Ramo de Empleo y Utilizaci6n de
Empleados desde el 15 de enero de
1963, en donde act6a como secretaria
del jefe. La Sra. Peterson naci6 en
Caracas, Venezuela, y vino al Istmo
en 1910. Trabaj6 antes en el National
City Bank of New York en PanamA
y Balboa; la Clinica Herrick en el
Hospital PanamA; la Esso Standard
Oil Co. de Panama, la KNSM de
Maracaibo y la Creole Petroleum
Corp. de Caracas, Venezuela; en el
Construction Quartermaster en Al-
brook Field y en la Oficina del Co-
misionado Extranjero en Balboa. Es
casada con Alan Bentz Peterson y
tiene tres hijos, de 27, 25 y 20 afios
de edad. Reside en PanamA.


El SPILLWAY iniciarA un servicio de anuncio, estampando su firma la
a sus lectores consistent en espacio que no se publicari, naturalmente,
donde se publicarin pedidos para in- pero que se require para identifica-
tercambiar objetos. La publicaci6n, ci6n. Se podrA ofrecer el objeto en
limitada a 20 palabras, exclusive de trueque de otro especifico o solicitar
la direcci6n o tel6fono, se harA ofertas de intercambio.
gratuitamente. Enviar el aviso a "Swap Shop"
Las personas interesadas pueden SPILLWAY, Box M, Balboa Heights,
enviarnos sus propuestas en forma Canal Zone."



1-Dia de Todos los Santos (Domingo).

2-Dia de los Difuntos. Peregrinaciones a los cementerios en

3-Feriado en PanamA y la Zona del Canal, por ser aniversario
de la emancipaci6n de la Repiblica de PanamA.

4-Dia de la Bandera. Feriado en PanamA.

5-Dia de Col6n.

11-Dia de los Veteranos de Guerra de Estados Unidos. Feriado
en la Zona del Canal.

25-Festival de Santa Catalina en Pedasi.

26-Dia de Acci6n de Gracias. Feriado en la Zona del Canal.

28-Aniversario de la declaraci6n de independencia de PanamA
de la Corona Espafiola (1821).

Ruth Alicia Torres Jim6nez,
Especialista en T6cnicas de Per-
sonal en el Ramo de Empleo y
Utilizaci6n de Empleados de la
Direcci6n de Personal, lleva ya
2 afios y 7 meses laborando para
la organizaci6n del Canal de
PanamA. Su trabajo consiste en
entrevistar a los solicitantes de
empleo y establecer su idonei-
dad, ademAs de las labores de
empleo y utilizaci6n de perso-
nal para la Direcci6n de Salu-
bridad. La Srta. Torres estudi6
en el St. Mary's College, Notre
Dame, Indiana, en donde obtu-
vo su bachillerato en artes, es-
pecializada en ingl6s. Reside en
la ciudad de PanamA y sus pasa-
tiempos son pasear en autom6-
vil por el interior de PanamA y
ensayar nuevas recetas de coci-
na. Pertenece a la agrupaci6n
de Voluntarias Sociales y al
Balboa Theatre Guild.

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

11:30- Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodla
2:00-Cine en su casa
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Teatro Dominical
7:00-Intriga en Hawai
8:00-El Especticulo MAs Grande
del Mundo
9:00-El Vagabundo


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances -
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00-El Nifio del Circo
7:30- Mister Ed
8:00- El Detective Millonario
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00- Noticias


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
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


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00- Los Detectives
9:00-El Show de Lucy
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
10:00- Noticias


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15--Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de In Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportaies Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Robln n
6:30- Noticias
7:00-El Rebelde
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-Arresto y Juicio


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00--Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblhn
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Los Angeles Azules
8:00- Combate
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda


ll:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
1:00-Programa Femenino
1:30-Tardes Filmicas
3:00- Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
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 Celebres
10:45-Salvese 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- Cndido Prez
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-El PAjaro 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 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
7:00- Noticias
7:30-El Precio Exacto
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
7:30-El Paso al Nor-Oeste
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dick Powell
10:30-Dimensi6n Desconocida
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Viendo a Biondi
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-El Santo
10:30-Clave 3
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
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador Submarino
7:30-Lo Mejor de Angelica
8:00-Perry Mason
9:00-Las Enfermeras
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo

En Su Pantalla

Viernes 30 .._-. NO SHOW The Naked And The Dead and Owl Show 10 p.m. Only
Treasure Of Pancho Villa
Grounds For Marriage
Sabado 31 ---.- The Naked And The Dead and NO SHOW Bengazi and
Treasure Of Pancho Villa Loves Of A Scoundrel
Domingo 19 ... Lilies Of The Field Irma La Douce
Lunes 2 ------- Lilies Of The Field The Cool And The Crazy and Amazons Of Rome
Norman Conquest Amazons Of Rome
Martes 3 ---. NO SHOW Who's Minding The Store America, America

Mi6rcoles 4------ The Cool And The Crazy and Barricade NO SHOW
Norman Conquest
Jueves 5 .______ Who's Minding The Store NO SHOW Papa's Delicate Condition and
Cease Fire
Viernes 6 ----- NO SHOW Slightly Scarlet and Owl Show 10 p.m. Only
Bride For Sale
Mystery Street

PAgina 2

Octubre 30, 1964




23 Personas mdas son Premiadas

El Gobernador interino de la Zona
del Canal, David S. Parker, entreg6
la semana pasada premio por servicio
distinguido a August I. (Slim) Bau-
man y 25 premios por sugerencias
beneficiosas a otros 23 funcionarios
del Canal de PanamA. La ceremonia
se llev6 a cabo en el Sal6n de Con-
ferencias del edificio de Administra-
ci6n en Balboa Heights. El premio
mis alto-por $800-fue otorgado a
Richard D. Peacock.
Alentregar el premio por servicio
distinguido al Sr. Bauman, el Gober-
nador Interino Parker, express su
complacencia y felicitaciones por la
gran labor desarrollada en su capaci-
dad de Superintendente del Ramo de
Mantenimiento de Predios. La men-
ci6n cita "la ejemplar conduct, des-
interesada dedicaci6n al trabajo, en-
tera participaci6n en proyectos comu-
nales y civicos y valiosa contribuci6n
al sostenimiento de relaciones arm6-
nicas entire comunidades de la Zona
del Canal y la Rep6blica de PanamA
que han caracterizado sus servicios
durante los iltimos 8 afios."
La sugerencia mAs valiosa vino de
parte de Peacock, quien sugiri6 que
el Review del Canal de PanamA apa-
reciese trimestralmente en vez de
mensualmente, lo que represent un
ahorro considerable para la organi-
Mario Callejas, de ia Divisi6n de
Ingenieria, recibi6 premio por $250
por haber sugerido un m6todo mejo-
rado para obtener y registrar eleva-
ciones topogrAficas, lo que producirA
un ahorro annual de $4,500.
La sugerencia de eliminar el archi-
vo alfab6tico bond en la Secci6n de
Planillas mereci6 a Eric R. Townsend
un premio de $65.
Siete empleados de la Contraloria
y tres de la Aduana recibieron
premios por incentive.
Cheque por cantidades que fluc-

ttan entire los $15 y $20 fueron dados
en premios por incentive a las si-
guientes personas:
Howard H. Sprague por sugerir
modificaciones a los semAforos en la
intersecci6n de la Avenida Cuatro de
Julio y Calle "J"; H. G. Grogan, por
sugerir la eliminaci6n de un obsticulo
del trAnsito en Diablo Road; Robert
S. Goldson, quien sugiri6 el uso de
una sola matriz de verifax para redu-
cir el costo; Bertha I. Frensley (dos
premios) sugiri6 el uso de paquetitos
de sal en el Drive-In y traslado de
un semaforo, para mejor efectividad;
Eva M. Grassau, mejoras en procedi-
mientos de planillas; William C.
Grimes, cambios en la cantera del
Cerro Sosa, para evitar molestias al
transito vehicular; William J. Mon-
son, cambio en procedimientos adua-
nales; Eugene J. Schill, mejoras en
el uso de equipo ferrocarrilero; James
R. Nellis, mejoras en operaciones de
la Division de Electricidad; Ray L.
Bunnell para facilitar el paso a carros
de la Divisi6n de Aduanas en Areas
restringidas; Cleveland A. Johnson,
mejoras en segurfdad; Alfonso Row-
land, limpieza mecanizada de muros
de las esclusas; Arthur L. Livingston,
mejoras en relaciones con clients en
la Divisi6n de Transporte; Roy
McFarlane, eliminaci6n de un riesgo
en la gasolinera de Margarita; John
W. Hall, sugerencia relacionada con
el trAnsito de barcos; Roy A. Watson
(dos premios) uno por uso de bolsas
de papel con material de aislamiento
para llevar materials biol6gicas en la
Direcci6n de Salubridad, y otro para
mejorar la forma de archivar recetas
m6dicas; John C. Fitzgerald, colocar
un abanico en un almac6n; Joseph C.
Turner, sugerencia relacionada con
retratos en muros; Carolyn L. Holger-
son, eliminar un riesgo; y George T.
Fitzgerald, nuevo servicio en el

SCe Stedu propio


'%% ,

"Yo estaba con mi autom6vil parade en una esquina controlada por
semaforos. Me hallaba en el carril izquierdo y esper6 hasta que la luz del
semAforo cambi6 a verde. El autom6vil que estaba a mi lado, en el carril
de la derecha, se puso en march al mismo tiempo que el mio. De repente
dicho autom6vil fren6; pero yo no vi que por la calle, a mi derecha, venia
otro autom6vil. Chocamos just en el medio de la intersecci6n y ambos
vehiculos sufrieron dafios considerables"
Cierto Falso
1. El accident fue inevitable porque el vehiculo "2" se
"comi6 la luz."
2. El vehiculo "3" tuvo en parte la culpa porque estaba
en mejor posici6n para ver el vehiculo "2" y no
debi6 avanzar hasta que 6ste pasara.
3. El accident se pudo evitar porque usted debi6 haber
comprobado, antes de arrancar, si la via estaba
4. El accident fue inevitable. Si no se puede confiar en
los semaforos, entonces no habri esperanzas para
un conductor que quiera tener un buen record de
5. La luz verde no garantiza el derecho de via.----

Todos saben que los Pilgrims
llegaron a Norte Amdrica abordo
del Mayflower (Flor de Mayo). Pero
lo que pocos conocen es el destino
de la embarcacion.
Abandon el continent ameri-
cano el 5 de abril de 1621, sin
carga y en malas condiciones. Los
historiadores se inclinan a pensar
que ascendid el Rio Tdmesis y fue
amarrada al muelle de Rotherhithe.

Algunos creen que jamds volvio a
hacerse a la mar, pudriendose en
sus amarres. Otros creen que fue
desmantelada en 1624 y parte de
su madera empleada en construir
un granero en Buckinghamshire
cerca de Londres.

(Tomado del Libro de la His-
toria Americana de George
Stimpson. Harper & Row, Inc.)

Empleados que han sido ascendi-
dos o trasladados entire el 5 de sep-
tiembre y el 5 de octubre de 1964
aparecen en la lista a continuaci6n.
Ascensos dentro del mismo grado o
reclasificaci6n no aparecen.
Noel C. Farnsworth, Ingeniero Indus-
trial a Subjefe Ingeniero Industrial.
Division de Escuelas
Helen L. Rushing, Directora y Maes-
tra, Escuelas Primarias Estadouni-
denses, a Directora de Escuela Pri-
maria Estadounidense, Gatin.
Shirley A. Moffett, Maestra de Escue-
la Primaria, Escuelas Estadouni-
denses, a Encargada de Ingl6s y
Artes del Idioma, Escuelas Estado-
unidenses, Anc6n.
Theresa F. Moore, Maestra de Escue-
la Primaria, Escuelas Estadouni-
denses, a Encargada de MatemA-
ticas y Ciencias, Anc6n.
Clyde A. Willman, Consejero (Escue-
las Estadounidenses) a Director de
Escuela Secundaria, Anc6n.
Jocelyn W. Borrowes, Maestra de
Escuela Secundaria, Escuelas Lati-
noamericanas, a Directora de Es-
cuela Intermedia, Escuelas Latino-
Ray C. Burda, Acomodador de Tea-
Stro, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Auxi-
liar Estudiantil (Opci6n Tecnica).
Hartford Livingston, Obrero a Cuida-
dor de Camerino.
Charles K. Thorne, Aseador a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados).
Division de Policia
Sylvan A. Welty, Policia Raso a Sar-
gento de Policia, Crist6bal.
Sharon L. Schmidt, Oficinista-Este-
n6grafa, Divisi6n de Esclusas, a
William D. Payne, Guardia, Divisi6n
de Esclusas, a Policia Raso.
Edwin J. Wardlow, Encargado de
Ventanilla (Correos), Divisi6n de
Correos, a Policia Raso.
A. Rodriguez-Villafane, Oficinista-
Mecan6grafo, Divisi6n de Servi-
cios Comunales, a Oficinista-Meca-
Division de Correos
William T. Halvosa, Superintendente
de Despachos Postales a Subadmi-
nistrador de Correos, 1a Categoria.
Thomas L. Sellers, Ayudante del Su-
perintendente Capataz a Superin-
tendente de Despachos Postales.
Basil E. James, Verificador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, a Oficinista, (Subs-
tituto), Distribuci6n de Correos.
Margaret F. Evans, Oficinista Encar-
gada de Cuentas Corrientes (Este-
nografia) a Ayudante de Presupues-
tos, Oficina del Director.
Divisi6n de Electricidad
Thomas C. Robertson, Capataz Elec-
tricista (Guardalineas) a Primer
mer Capataz (Empalme de Cables
y Distribuci6n Electrica).
Jack B. Love, Empalmador de Cables
a Capataz Electricista.
James J. O'Donnel, Jefe Operario de
Planta Generadora a Despachador
de Energia El6ctrica.
Dorothy S. Bright, Oficinista de
Abastos a Oficinista (Mecanogra-
Elisha A. Bennett, Oficinista (Medi-
dores El6ctricos) a Oficinista de
Division de Ingenieria
Ernest W. Zelnick, Subjefe Ingeniero
General (Ayudante Ingeniero Di-
sefiador) a Subjefe Ingeniero Ge-
neral (Ingeniero Disefiador).
Daniel M. Eggleston, Subjefe Inge-
niero General (Jefe de Especifica-
ciones y CAlculos) a Subjefe Inge-
niero General (Ayudante Ingeniero
Paul L. Whitlock, Ingeniero Meca-
nico (Equipo Industrial) a Inge-
niero General (Supresi6n de Oxi-
Division de Mantenimiento
Peter A. Warner, Primer Capataz,
Construcci6n de Muelles PNblicos,
a Capataz General de Obras Pui-
Charles H. Bath, Primer Capataz de
Obras PNblicas-Construcci6n y
Mantenimiento, a Primer Capataz
de Obras Piblicas-Equipo Pesado.
George W. Lopp, Plomero a Capataz
John F. Rodney, Almacenero, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, a Carpintero.
Clifton M. Wasselle, Carpintero de
Mantenimiento, Divisi6n de Abas-
tos, a Carpintero.
Harry Gayle, Estibador, Divisi6n de
Terminales, a Carpintero.
Luis Gonzatlez, Ayudante Pintor a
Elias Parra O., Ayudante Mecanico
Tornero (Mantenimiento) a Ope-
rario de Maquinaria.


Frederick J. Bynoe, Ayudante MecA-
nico Tornero (Mantenimiento) a
Encargado de Mantenimiento.
Gladstone C. Rodney, Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados) a Trabajador en
Cemento o Asfalto.
Edwin E. Grant, Camarero, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, a Ayudante Car-
Joseph Husband, Obrero, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales, a Ayudante
MecAnico de Refrigeraci6n y Acon-
dicionamiento de Aire.
Divisi6n de Dragas
Aubrey H. Michael, Primer Capataz,
Obras PNblicas, Construcci6n y
Mantenimiento, Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento, a Superintendente de
Construcci6n y Mantenimiento
(Rios y Puertos).
Clarence E. Sykes, MecAnico Tor-
nero (NAutico) a Capataz MecA-
nico (NAutico).
Malcolm J. Stone, Arqueador, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, a CapitAn de
Remolcador Pequefio.
Randall L. Deakins, Aprendiz de
Electricista, ler. Afio, a Aprendiz
de Electricista, 29 Afio.
Altimon C. Barber, Fabricante de
Pinturas y Barnices, a Pintor.
Edgar Beckford, Ayudante General a
Operario de Maquinaria.
Clifford A. Rogers, Aseador, Divisi6n
de Esclusas, a Obrero.
Hospital Gorgas
Betty L. Kelleher, Enfermera a En-
fermera (Obstetricia).
Eleanor H. Clark, Enfermera a En-
fermera (Medicina General y Ciru-
Ruby A. Etchemendy, Enfermera a
Enfermera (Medicina General y
Jean C. Earl, Enfermera (Tubercu-
losis) a Jefe de Enfermeras (Medi-
cina General y Cirugia, Hospital).
Hector G. Scott, Mozo de Oficio, Ser-
vicio de Comidas, a Mozo, Servi-
cio de Comidas (Hospital).
Hospital de Corozal
Nancy C. Buckner, Enfermera (Pe-
diatria) a Enfermera Jefe (Psi-
Manuel E. G. Lindo, Verificador,
Transportes y Terminales, a Ofici-
Hospital de Coco Solo
Rosa Daniels, Encargada de Mostra-
dor, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Auxi-
liar de Enfermeria (Medicina Ge-
neral y Cirugia).
C. J. Spiros, Guardia, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, a Guia de la Zona del
Canal (Intbrprete).
Divisi6n de Navegaci6n
Ernest C. Flowers, Arqueador a Sub-
jefe Arqueador.
Lionel L. Ewing, Arqueador a Sub-
jefe Arqueador.
Edward N. Belland, Arqueador a
Subjefe Arqueador.
Rodney R. Robertson, PrActico del
Canal (Aprendiz) a PrActico del
Canal (A Prueba).
James V. Foster, Encargado de Ven-
tanilla (Correos), Divisi6n de Co-
rreos, a Ayudante Arqueador.
Dennis Whitaker y Mirandes W.
Myles, Pasacables a Marineros.
Paulino Bria, Aseador a Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados).
Divisi6n Industrial
Thomas W. Drohan, Subjefe Ayu-
dante Verificaci6n de Carga, Divi-
si6n de Terminales, a Agente de
Patricia M. Flores, Oficinista-Esteno-
grafa a Subjefe Oficinista, Ayu-
dante (Estenografia).
Divisi6n de Esclusas
Victor H. Higgens, Ingeniero Gene-
ral a Subjefe Ingeniero General.
Clint M. Holcomb, Capataz Opera-
rio de Esclusas (Electricista) a Ope-
rario de la Caseta de Control.
Robert J. Blair, Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Electricista) a Operario
de la Caseta de Control.
Granville Hunte, Encargado del
Mantenimiento de Botes a Car-
pintero (NAutico).
Alfred C. Blackman, Conductor de
Cami6n a Conductor de Cami6n
Rupert Wynter, Ayudante Operario
de Esclusas a Conductor de Ca-
Division de Abastos
John C. Wallace, Gerente de Comi-
sariato a Funcionario de Abastos
Generales, Oficina del Gerente

Cecilia Perra, Oficinista, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, a Oficinista de Contabi-
lidad, Oficina del Gerente General.
Katherine J. Dolan, Acomodadora de
Teatro a Taquillera, Teatro de
Ernest A. Franklin, Encargado de
Existencias a Primer Capataz En-
cargado de Existencias.
Stanley W. Simmons, Almacenero a
Encargado de Existencias.
Peter Alexis, Primer Capataz Encar-
gado de Existencias a Capataz Ge-
neral Encargado de Existencias.
Doris Goldson, Moza de Oficio a En-
cargada de Mostrador.
Doris C. Brown, Encargada de Mos-
trador a Ayudante Cocinera.
Cassilda R. Smith, Encargada de
Mostrador a Ayudante Cocinera.
Martha Bryan, Moza de Oficio, Ser-
vicio de Comidas, a Ayudante Co-
Louise A. King, Cajera a Vendedora,
Jefe de Secci6n.
Juan B. Urriola, Almacenero a Car-
pintero de Mantenimiento.
Olga Laurence, Moza de Oficio a En-
cargada de Mostrador.
Te6filo G6mez, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados) a Almacenero.
Federibo A. James, Operario de Mon-
tacargas de Trinche a Mensajero.
Alexander A. Butcher, Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados) a Operario de Mon-
tacargas de Trinche.
Leonora A. Wright, Moza de Oficio
a Encargada de Mostrador.
Duncan S. Williams, Almacenero a
Encargado de Existencias.
Irma B. de Romero, Moza de Oficio
a Encargada de Mostrador.
Rodriguez S. Burke, Mensajero a Ofi-
cinista, Correspondencia.
Division de Servicios Comunales
James L. Des Londes, Policia Raso,
Division de Policia, a Ayudante de
Proyectos de Urbanizaci6n.
Division de Transporte a Motor
Dan G. Nellis, Electricista a Capataz
Division de Ferrocarril
Franklin A. Balmas, Electricista a
Primer Capataz Electricista.
Division de Terminales
Fred B. Leslie, Jr., Policia Raso, Di-
visi6n de Policia, a Guardia.
Antonio A. Borja R., Estibador a Ope-
rario de Montacargas.
Jos6 M. Calder6n, Estibador a Opera-
rio de Montacargas.
Victor Espada, Estibador a Operario
de Montacargas.
Earl D. Hines, Obrero, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales, a Marcador
de Carga.
Isidro Simpson, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados-Erradicaci6n de Plagas), Di-
visi6n de Sanidad, a Ayudante de
Despacho de Combustibles Liqui-
dos (Muelles).
Ulric G. Easey, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados) a Operario de Montacargas
de Trinche.
Cromwell A. Panton, Pasacables a
William F. O'Sullivan, Traductor,
Division de Servicios Administra-
Eugene E. Hamlin, Subjefe Arquea-
dor, Director de Arqueo, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n.
Randolph M. Wikingstad, Funciona-
rio de Operaciones, Terminales,
Division de Terminales.
Robert E. Medinger, Encargado de
Arqueo (Jefe Arqueador), Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n.
Joseph A. Bialkowski, Otis M. Ramey,
Arqueadores, Divisi6n de Nave-
Robert B. McIlvaine, Olin R. McGill,
Le6n T. Williams, Edgar R. Mc-
Arthur, John Martino, Norma S.
Barkman y Rudolph E. Midhell,
Proyectistas de Sistemas de Com-
putadora Digital, Contraloria.
Shirley H. Barca, Escrutadora, Re-
clamos de Gastos de Viaje, Contra-
William M. Brown, Controlador de
TrAfico Maritimo, Divisi6n de
Beth E. Heilman, T6cnico Medico
en Radiologia (Diagn6stico), Hos-
pital Gorgas.
Dona M. Trasavage, Oficinista-Este-
n6grafa, Divisi6n de Servicios Ad-
Edgar W. Best, Apuntador de Tiem-
po, Divisi6n de Terminales.
Niza P. de Mariz, Oficinista-Meca-
n6grafa, Divisi6n de Servicios Co-
Jose D. Prez, Luis C. N iiez, Auxi-
liares de Topografia, Divisi6n de
Glenn A. Lasher, Walter F. Jarvis,
Operarios de Esclusas (Electricis-
tas), Divisi6n de Esclusas.
Paul E. Anderson, Operario de Esclu-
sas (Mecanico Tomero).

PAgina 3


Octubre 30, 1964

A 6'

... ....

La Srta. Della Sayles fue coronada Reina Della I de la Banda de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City en la noche del 17 del corriente ante una gran
concurrencia en el Gimnasio de Rainbow City. La nueva reina fue coronada
por la Srta. Arsenia Gilvez, quien fuera reina el afio pasado. La ceremonia
de coronaci6n fue dirigida por Dennis Josephs. Un ameno program se llev6
a cabo con motive de la coronaci6n de Della I.

Consagrado a la Paz

El Dia del Veterano

Al proclamar el 11 de noviembre
como Dia de los Veteranos, el Presi-
dente Lyndon B. Johnson consider
la ocasi6n como una oportunidad para
"demostrar nuestra continue consa-
graci6n al logro de la paz mundial."
El Gobernador Fleming al llamar
la atenci6n sobre la proclamaci6n del
President, ha exhortado a todos los
residents de la Zona del Canal a
unirse en la celebraci6n.
El texto de la proclamaci6n del
President es como sigue:
Nuestra political national estA en-
caminada hacia el logro de la paz
mundial y todos nuestros recursos
estAn comprometidos en la tarea de
lograr y mantener la paz entire las
naciones del mundo. En reconoci-
miento de lo cual el Congreso ha
designado el dia once del mes de
noviembre como un dia feriado nacio-
nal que serA conocido como el Dia
del Veterano dedicado a la causa de
la paz mundial (Decreto del dia 13
de mayo de 1938, 52 Estatuto 351,
seg6n modificado (5 C. de los
EE. UU. 87@)).
Como en este dia se le rinden
honors a los millones de hombres y
mujcres que han servido devota y
honorablemente en las fuerzas arma-
das durante tiempos de guerra, debe-
riamos demostrar tambien nuestra
dedicaci6n continue al logro de la
paz mundial, exteriorizando nuestra
determinaci6n por hallar las bendi-

ciones de paz para todos los pueblos.
Esto podemos hacerlo participando
en ceremonies publicas en este dia.
B. JOHNSON, Presidente de los Es-
tados Unidos de America, hago un
llamado a todo el pueblo de esta
Naci6n para que observen el dia
mi6rcoles, 11 de noviembre del afio
en curso, como el Dia del Veterano,
recordando con respeto y afecto a
aquellos que han defendido la Naci6n
en tiempos de guerra y renovado
nuestra dedicaci6n a la causa por la
Paz Mundial.
Solicito a los funcionarios de los
Gobiernos Federales y Estatales que
se unan al Comit6 Nacional del Dia
del Veterano a fin de que todo el
pueblo en todos los sectors de nues-
tra Naci6n tenga una oportunidad de
participar personalmente en las cere-
monias y actos piblicos en este dia.
Tambien solicito a los funcionarios
del Gobierno que hagan los arreglos
necesarios para desplegar la bandera
de los Estados Unidos en todos los
edificios p6blicos el Dia del Veterano.
EN FE DE LO CUAL estampo
mi firm y fijo el sello de los Estados
Unidos de Am6rica.
Por el Presidente:
Secretario de Estado.



Siguiendo el ejemplo dado por el
Departamento Postal en Estados Uni-
dos de proveer a sus empleados con
medios para protegerse del ataque de
los canes, los lecheros, electricistas,
plomeros y recolectores de basura
locales han recibido tambi6n un ro-
ciador de repelente de perros, ahora
obtenible en Panama.
Este rociador, llamado Halt, no
tiene efectos nocivos para los canes
pero si un olor que les hace desistir
del ataque. Por esa circunstancia es
que las sociedades humanitarias, lo-
cales y de Estados Unidos, no han

protestado su uso. El efecto del rocio
dura de 10 a 15 minutes, pasados los
cuales el canino siente que todo se
La felpa del perruno si queda
manchada de un tono amarillento que
el agua puede erradicar, pero que
sirve para identificar al can para el
caso de que se hiciere prudent deter-
minar si esta atacado de hidrofobia.
Los duefios de canes pueden cola-
borar a reducir las mordidas de canes
adoptando la simple precauci6n de
amarrar a sus animalejos.

S" .. Activan Programs de LANCHA ULTRAVELOZ TIENE

Educacion Fisica nTUI TTTnT n wT i TUiT

La cantidad de tiempo y energia
dedicada a la educaci6n fisica ha
aumentado considerablemente en los
Estados Unidos durante los Altimos
afios, indica un informed rendido por
Stan Musial, consultor del Presidente
de los Estados Unidos en Capacita-
ci6n Fisica. Este informed, sobre las
actividades del Concilio de Capaci-
taci6n Fisica, muestra dramAtico au-
mento en los ultimos grades escolares.
En la Zona del Canal, durante el
aiio escolar de las escuelas estado-
unidenses, estudiantes matriculados
en classes de educaci6n fisica, desde
el 5'' grado hasta el 129, tomaran la
prueba de la Asociaci6n Americana
de Salud, Educaci6n Fisica y Recrea-
ci6n, recomendada por el Concilio del
'Presidente. La prueba consistirA de
site ejercicios bAsicos.
En los ltimos afios, antes del pre-
sente aio escolar, estudiantes de gra-
dos escogidos en las escuelas estado-
unidenses han tomado esta prueba,
pasando consistentemente las normas
establecidas en comunidades repre-
sentativas de los Estados Unidos.
Estudiantes de todas las escuelas
estadounidenses estAn siendo exami-
nados por primera vez este afio para
poder identificar al estudiante fisica-
mente subdesarrollado. Se dedicarA
esfuerzo para estimular a los estu-
diantes subdesarrollados a que tomen
parte en programs de actividad
fisica. En las escuelas primaries,
atenci6n especial serA dedicada a
estos estudiantes para aumentar sus
habilidades, su coordinaci6n y fuerza
de manera que puedan producer a
su maxima capacidad.

Elecciones de Consejos
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Joseph Henlon, George V. Lewis,
Dora Moiales, Percival Samuels,
Maria Sandiford, Frank A. Saunders,
Woodrow W. Wellington. Distrito de
Camp Coiner-Mount Hope (6 vacan-
tes): Wilfred E. Barrow, Michael
Barnett, Clement Bell, Lloyd G. Ben-
nett, Mrs. Carmelita Brown, Leroy
Cockburn, Mrs. Myrtle Crooks, Wil-
bert Dryden, Cedric F. Gittens, Sr.,
Mrs. Myrtle Gittens, Mrs. Levina R.
Greene, Mrs. Ruth A. Hudson, Mrs.
Velta Lowe, C. Lucas, Roy E. Sobers,
Rupert Sobers, Roy Thompson, y
Roy Watson. Distrito de Camp Bierd
(4 vacantes): Walter E. Clarke,
Ruben Cohen, Mrs. Gladys de Diaz,
George Goddard, Phillip A. Henry,
Mrs. Sabina de Jim6nez, Alvin Mc-
Farlane, Efrain Meza, Lee Redman,
Cecil A. Springer, Jeremiah Steele.
Distrito de Rainbow City Heights
(2 vacantes): David S. Facey, Ervin
D. Hicks, Moses N. Raymond, Robert
R. Urquhart, Luis Andri6n, Jorge
Castro, y Aguedo Ramos.
Santa Cruz: Andr6s G6mez, Joseph
French, Ricardo Cox, Miss Nera Vi-
gier, Victor Mite, Ethelca Innis,
Gwendolyn Cooper, Hubert Dover,
Arnold Hamilton, Adolfo Ruiz, Louis
Small, Clifford Tomlinson, Theophi-
lus Peterkin, Mrs. Violet Rhaburn,
Aurelio Ycaza, Joseph V. Lord, Mike
Bent, Jr., Justo Navarro, Ralph
Thorne, Cecila Hawkins, Eric Salkey,
Edith Dyar, y Richard Ford.
Pedro Miguel: Clifford Bovell,
Claude Burgess, Mrs. Albertha Gar-
nett, Harold Gibbs, Fitz Grant,
Evelyn Hinds, Basil James, Mrs.
Gloria Llewelyn, Webster F. Mar-
shall, Mrs. Millicent B. Thomas,
Basil Trotman, Earl S. Waldron,
Norbert Waldron, y William Wood-
Paraiso: Precinto 1: Servio T. Rue-
da, Adolfo Bedolla, Eloise U. Clark,
IvAn E. Haywood, Harvey L. Jones,
Eric S. Oakley, Edith Brown, y
Herbert L. Clark. Precinto 2: Edgar
Ogarra, Myrtle McFarlane, Ruth
Smith, Newton Skeet, y Garfield
Mayers. Precinto 3: Clarence Sisnett,
Calvin Shepherd, Cecil Scotland, Karl
Harris, Franklyn Spencer, Howard
Callender, Claudine Daxon. Pre-
cinto 4: Cecil Gittens, Eduardo King,
Rupert A. Phillips, Muriel Johnson,
H. H. Lavalas, George Richards, y
Mary Callender. Precinto 5: Dathan
Martin, Elijah Bennett, Mildred
White, Alfred Bushell, Byron Brooks,
A. B. Thorbourne, Doris Greene,
L. A. Pennycook, y Aston Philpotts.


La Division de Navegaci6n del
Canal de PanamA tiene un tigre en
la bahia-es un tigre del mar.
El tigre esta operando en la rada
de Balboa y es una embarcaci6n
A diferencia de su hom6nimo, la
nueva lancha Sea-Tiger de la Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n ha sido llevada
al agua como el traditional pato y es
un bote tan veloz que puede poner
las operaciones de rada de la Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n en un nuevo itinerario.
Construido por la United Boat
Builders Inc., de Bellingham, Wash-
ington, el Sea-Tiger es el primer bote
construido con fibra de vidrio en la
flota de lanchas del Canal de PanamA.
Fue construido como bote de trabajo
a un costo aproximado de $35,000
y es del Altimo disefio. SerA usado
para llevar prActicos, agents y gru-
pos de abordaje a los barcos en la
rada y fuera de Asta.
La nueva embarcaci6n fue bauti-
zada formalmente el viernes
mafana cuando la Sra. Mortimer
J. Prince, esposa del Director de
Marina del Canal de PanamA, rom-
pi6 una botella que contenia agua

Campo Paine Honra

Al Difunto Hijo de

Ex Practico del Canal
Un campo military del Ejercito de
Estados Unidos acantonado en Corea,
que hasta ahora habia sido conocido
como "Compound 15," llevarA en
adelante el nombre de "Camp Paine"
en honor al difunto Sargento George
H. Paine, muerto en combat durante
la Guerra Coreana.
El her6ico soldado era hijo del Ca-
pitAn Byron Paine, ex PrActico del
Canal, quien vino al Istmo en 1927
como capitAn de un remolcador del
Canal de PanamA. El antiguo fun-
cionario de la organizaci6n se jubil6
en 1949, radicAndose en Massachu-
El cant6n military "Paine" queda
aproximadamente a 20 millas al norte
de Se61, en las inmediaciones del
puente Libertad, en la zona demili-
tarizada de Corea. EstA acantonado
en ese campo el Primer Batall6n del
799 Ejrcito.
El permiso para dar el nombre del
Sargento Paine a ese cant6n fue otor-
gado por su hermana, la Sra. Mar-
garet H. Hussy, de Fairhaven, Mass.
El Comandante del Batall6n pidi6
tambi6n un retrato del h6roe para
ordenar uno al 6leo que colgarA en
la sede del Primer Batall6n.

Un magnifico mitin estA confeccio-
nando el Local 900, AFSCME, AFL-
CIO, en relaci6n con la organizaci6n
del capitulo "Health Bureau," que
se iniciarA el 30 de octubre, a las 7
de la noche.
Por lo tanto quedan invitados todos
los empleados de los Hospitales Coco
Solo, Gorgas, Corozal y Palo Seco.

del AtlAntico, Pacifico y del Rio
Chagres, sobre su proa.
La ceremonia se llev6 a cabo en
el Desembarcadero de Lanchas de
Balboa, Muelle 17, donde el Sea-
Tiger estaba amarrado despubs de
haber sido traido a trav6s del Canal
desde Crist6bal, por Kenneth Bailey,
Capataz General Constructor de
Botes en la Divisi6n Industrial.
Walter Dryja, Subdirector de
Marina, actuando como director de
las ceremonies, present a la Sra.
Prince y a Julius Grigore, Jr., Sibjefe
de la Divisi6n Industrial e ingeniero
de proyectos de lanchas, quienes des-
cribieron las caracteristicas de la
nueva lancha de alta velocidad.
M. B. Nickel, Jefe de la Divisi6n
Industrial, entreg6 entonces las lHaves
de la lancha al CapitAn Elmer Abbott,
CapitAn del Puerto de Balboa, quien
las acept6 a nombre de la Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n.
Tambi6n estuvieron presents el
Capitin Prince, various jefes de Di-
recci6n del Canal de PanamA, repre-
sentantes de compafiias navieras y
firmas petroleras, funcionarios de la
Direcci6n de Marina y representantes
de las Fuerzas Armadas de los
El Sea-Tiger, de 34 pies, desarrolla
una velocidad normal de 20 millas
por hora; es impulsado por dos ma-
quinarias livianas de cami6n diesel
V-6; tiene un radio de acci6n de
200 millas y es maniobrable hasta en
alta mar.
El Sea-Tiger se une a una flota de
34 lanchas de la Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n y 20 embarcaciones de la Di-
visi6n de Dragas. Las lanchas usadas
por el Canal de PanamA en Crist6bal,
Balboa y Gamboa van en edad desde
las veterans construidas en 1929
hasta varias nuevas de'casco de n'a-
dera construidas recientemente en el
Cobertizo de Lanchas de la Divisi6n
Industrial en Gamboa.



Gloria Spencer (Sociedad del Sa-
grado Nombre) sera coronada el
sAbado 7 de noviembre en el Gim-
nasio de Paraiso. El Baile de Coro-
naci6n empezarA exactamente a las
8 de la noche y estarA amenizado por
la orquesta de Willie Moro.
S.M. la Reina Gloria, candidate de
la Parroquia de San Jos6, gan6 el
torneo para Reina de Comunidades
Cat6licas con 75,134 votos, dispu-
tAndole el codiciado cetro Maritza
Moore (Sociedad del Altar del Rosa-
rio) quien obtuvo 54,363 votos y
Judith Wilson (Organizaci6n de la
Juventud Cat6lica) quien cont6 con
14,162 sufragantes a su favor.
Anteriormente ocuparon el mismo
trono Nidia Robinson, de Paraiso, en
1962 y Sheila Hinds, de Pedro
Miguel, en 1963.





1. Falso. Es muy frecuente que un vehiculo acelere, al Ilegar a una inter-
secci6n con semAforos, con la esperanza de pasar antes de que la luz
amarilla cambie a roja. Cuando no llega a tiempo, "se come la roja."
Aunque esta es una manera peligrosa de manejar, no excusa al
conductor defensive por no estar en guardia contra esta circunstancia.
2. Falso. Usted no puede excusar su pobre practice en el manejo por el
hecho de que otro conductor haga lo mismo.
3. Cierto. Aun cuando el vehiculo "3" obstaculiza su visibilidad, ello no
es excusa para que usted no procediera con cautela.
4. Falso. Los semAforos solo ayudan a facilitar el trAnsito pero no pueden
mirar ni pensar. Solamente el conductor puede hacer esto.
5. Cierto.
Los semaforos en las esquinas son simplemente una ayuda para que el
transito se desenvuelva ordenadamente. Si todo el mundo entendiera y
obedeciera sus sefiales, habrian muy pocos accidents de trinsito. Sin
embargo, es un hecho que muchos conductors burlan las luces arrancando
o cruzando las intersecciones cuando la luz amarilla estA encendida. Cuando
dos conductors tratan, al mismo tiempo, de burlar la luz amarilla ocasionan
un accident en la intersecci6n. Un conductor prudent obedece las luces
y antes de cruzar una intersecci6n mira hacia derecha e izquierda para
asegurarse que otro vehiculo no se est6 "comiendo la luz."

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