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Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: February 8, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00393
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text


ofihe ~~4ma Canai Muse~ji


Draft Increase Possible Result


From


Tests


A draft bonus which may
permit the big super cargo
ships to carry thousands of
collars more cargo through the
Panama Canal, is now'.-being
worked out by the Marine
Division on a trial basis.
The p 1 an for increasing.
permissible draft on -the big
(anal customers would advance
the present maximum fresh
water draft of 36.5 feet to as
much as 38 feet for certain
snips during the period of the
year when the level of Gatun
Lake is 86 feet or more- above
sea level.
During the past few months
when the level of the lake aas
been at it, maximum, a number
of the big tankers and ore
carriers have been permitted
to make the:canal transit with
drafts as high as 37 feet.
Among thesQe vessels have


been the Ore Saturn and Ore
Meridian. both en route frnt.
Chile to Baltimore with iron
ore; the. Montecello Victory,
and the super tanker National
-Defender. the second largest
tanker to use the. ;anal.,
Depending on the way in
which che ships .,perform as
they go through the Canal the
type of construction and other
factors, the draft probably will"
be increased for tuture trips.
so long as the level of the take
remains at- 86 feet or more.
At present it is slightly higher
than 87 feet.
The increase in draft means
an increase in the amount of
cargo wnich the ship can carry
through the Canal. Depending
on the *ype of ship. this may
mean an increase of from 150
to 180 tons per inch.


i'li

. . . .,. .


/ Monticello Victory was drawing 37 feet of wafer


as she passed through Pedro Miguel Locks.


Vol. 1 No. 34 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 8, 1963



'Barney' Revisits Canal

Edward (Barney) Barlow.
who visited the Canal Zone
this week with a eroup of St.,
Lawrence Seaway officials,
must have felt like the tradi-
tional postman on a holiday.
Forniely supervisor of Mira-
k O r on f r Cores Locks, Mr. Barlow spent
if o many of his off-duty and some
o his on-duty hours describing
SCanal operations to visiting
dignitaries, including Queen
Elizabetn II of England, and
answering questions from thous-
ands-of other Isthmian visitors.
",This week 1,e accompanied
the members of the St. Law-
;V. rence Seaway group as they
.r.ade a tour of Canal opera
tIens. and made a partial
transit aboard a transiting
tanker as the guests of
Capt. Richari G. Jack, Mar'ne
Director.
After reitring from Canal
service in 1956, he was em-
ployed as Chief t Operations
a, Massena on the Pt. Lawrence
Seaway. Recently he retired
again for the second time.
St. Lawrence Seaway Advisory Board Member M. W. Oef- With nis wife, Mr. Barlow
tersh-agen operaaes one of the levers on the control panet in Mi- now is making his home in
raflores Locks ContPol House during a visit to the Canal'Zone this Florida. Hle made the trip to
week. Other members of the Advisory Board looking on from rear the Isthmus this week especial-
center are Thomas McMahaan and Kenneth Llo.id. Roy Stockham, ly to accompany the St.
Chief of -the Locks Division, is at right, and Howard Lee Sampsell, Lawrence Seaway group on
,ont o l House operator, is second from left. tl-eir tour of the Canal Zone.


Locks Overhaul Work



Being Resumed Monday


Wofk will be resumed Mon-
day morning on the second
phase ot the Miraflores Locks
overhaul. with the east lock
lane to he taken out of service
for about a month.
The second phase of the
overhaul work, which w a s
deferred for two weeks after
the end of the east coast dock
strike., involves unwatering the
lock chambers in hlie east lane,
thereby removing that lane
from service.
Preliminary work on the
second onase" will start Shatur-
day morning, when the east
lane will be taken out of
service preparatory to draining


the chambers.
After the east lane lock
chamber-s have been permitted
to drain to sea level, metal
bulkheads will be installed at
the lower end of -the sidewall
culvert. Pumps will be used
to remove remaining excess
water from the chambers and
culverts.
Monday morning,. he 700 men
employed by the Locks Division
and 250 ethers emoioyed by the
Miaintenaince Division for the
overhaul project will descend
ii to the empty chambers to
begin the actual overhaul work.
Their work will involve rou-
tmne, maintenance and repairs


to the locks structures,
as well as installation of some
modifications designed to fa-
cilitate the "24-hour tane out-
age" overhaul plan to be used
in future lock overhauls.
The second onase of the
overhaul is expected to take
at least four weeks. During
this time, the locks at Mira-
flores will operate on a orne-
lane. 4-hotiur basis. T h i s
schedule will be followed when
the locks overhaul moves into
the third phase, which requires
removing. the west lane front
service for a period of four
weeks.


Seminar Register


Closing Today


Registration for the .Canal
Zone National Security Seminar
to be -held in the Balboa Theater
Monday,. Tuesday, and Wednes-
day of next week is nearly com-
plete, it was announced today
oy Chairman Damnel A. Le.nin-
g e r . '. . .'"
More than 1,200 United States
citizens have peen registered'
and a very limited number of-
seats still is available. Apphea-
tions for the remaining seats.
still vetce, being received today
at the Information- Desk in the
rotunda 'of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.. If
you are interested, telephone
Balboa 1492 or Panama 2-1660.
Those planning to attend the
Seminar were reminded by. the
National Security Seminar Com-
mittee that admission to the
Seminar will be by ticket only..



Federal Service


Joint Crusade

Starts Monday
The Federal Service Joint
(rusade to raise funds for
CARE. Radio Free Europe, and
the American-Korean Founda-
tion .will start -next week in
the Canal Zone and run through
April 1. I
On-the-job solicitation will be
conducted by keymen in the
Canal organization and the
miilitary units. -They will disxri-
btte literature and individual
gift en' elopes for use in
collecting voluntary cash dona-
t-ons.
In a message. Friday to all
employees of th e Panama
Canal, Governor Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., noted that "in,
participating in this fund-rais-
ing campaign, we are again
* sharing our privileges with the
people of other countries."
.Governor Flemine also point-
ed out that no dollar quotas
are to bh established for the
campaign. "I know" lihe said,
"that you will give to the full
extent of your means. Last
year, the employees of the
Canal contributed $5,837.26. to
this worthy cause, and I am
confident that your contribu-
tions will eaual or surpass this
,-mount." Contributions from
al: Zone agencies last year
totaled 14.711.84.
Coordinators or project of-
ficers for the various Zone
aLencies are: Panama Canal.
Edward A. Doolan Caribbean
Comminand. Col. Macon A. Hipo;
U S. Army Caribboan. Col. R.
Gerald Culhane; U. S. Navy
Caribbean. Capt. H. F. Burk-
wall: U S. Air Force Carib-
bean. Capt. R. N. Crego:
M d d I e America Research.
Michael Spontak; District Court
David Jenkins: and Federal
Aviation Agency, Mrs. Marina
Ilughes.


Tickets are being 'issued to all
those who. have registered.
,Your itcket will entitle you to
reserved automobile parking on
the Prado directly north of the
Theater. Atlantic side residents
who wish to travel to the Se-
minar by train will be permitted
to ride free on regularly schedul-
ed Panama Railroad trains
upon display of their attendance.
booklet No other tickets are
necessary.
The Canal Zone National Se-
curity Seminar promises to be
of great informational and edu-
cational value. All those who are
registered are urged to attend
all 12 sessions, as there will be
no repeat performances.

.In School Library

Council. Meet

Set Wednesday
The Pacific Civic Council
meeting scheduled for Wednes-
day, February 13, will be held
in the Balboa High School Li-
brary instead of the Balboa High
School Activities Building audi-
torium, as originally announced.
A high school play is being
given in the auditorium that
evening.
The Civic Council meeting
will open at 7:30. The new pric,
ing policy- being implemented
in Panama Canal Retail Stores
will be discussed by L. A. Fer-
guson, Director of the Supply
and Community Service Bureau,
and by Philip L. Steers, Jr..
Comptroller.
Reports will be given by the
committee that investigated
complaints about Gorgas Hos-
pital: and by the Safety, Re.'
creational, and Policy commit.
tees. A report also will be
given on the U.S. Civic Council's
executive meeting with Canal
Zone Governor Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr., on January 31.
James J. O'Donnell, new
President of the Pacific Civic
Council, will preside. Adrien
Bouche is First Vice-President.
and Sam Roe is Second Vice
President.
The meeting February 13 is
to be an open session and the
public is invited and encourag-
ed to attend.


Map Gone Temporarily,

But 'Twill Be Badc Soon

The hig relief map of the
Canal Zone which normally is
on display on the first floor of
file C a n a I Zone Library-
Museumn on Gaillard Highway
has been missing from it.i
normal location .he past few
days-but it'll be nack soon.
The oase of the relief map
had deteriorated, necessitating
its removal and renovation.
The map will he ')ack in place
'1i:s week, however.










Page Two


Three proficient secretaries in
fe ':dBaTboa 'Port iptain Tffice,
already experts in their field, are
taking, a speed dictation course
on their ~own time eat t'e ':anal
Zone Jutnlor 'C6Hegeto 'ec~itrie
even more able.
The three are: "M's.\ Doretthy
-Stevens of Balboa, geCr.ta-y, to
Capt. Eli D. Ring,. USI, Balboa
Port Captain; Mrs. Emley M. Hen-
-ter if 'Balt.ba, stk ograopher; and
'Miss'Marta 'E. C6niteF'terindez'6f
Esi. 'Catibr es. t ceese 'e etntier
;td 'tigistrar. *
rfs. Stevenss,,Who hs ts e ItMg-
16st -"ervtee tof :tfe tIhree *4n .the
r:NI gat06n nDivision,, "eaie 'to tire
:Port tiaptatn's offlee tour 'years
,fo 'this m'Onth. iSbe 'haas l&d
-,-pre "t s Pan~Mna', CAal ':service
ijAd ; *so 'has 'wOrlted with the
.Army on the Atlantic-.id 'StPa'efi
.Sdes 'of :the 'IhtYfts. StMe is


\ -, -4- v

Mrs. ift RO6THY -A.. ASTVENS
fkles 'ditatfion.


reporter for the Board of Local
Inspectors, of which Capt Ring is
chairman.
'Mrs. Henter came to the Port
Captain's Office from the Canal
Zone Police Division headquarters
office last November. She has
been with the Panama Canal since
a year ago today and previously
had 14 years' service with the
Army. She assists with corres-
pondence and does the reporting"
And secretarial work during Mrs.
Stevens' 'absence.
Miss Conte'F., who came to',the
Panama CaWn a year ago, is a
license examiner nd registrar,
handling records 'and transfers.
Sh e is a qualified Spanish-
]Atguage stenographer and tran-
slator 'and is taking Eo ish
-dictation in the speed dictatlgn
course aZ'the Junior College.


A Brigade Review of Canal
Zone high school ROTC units
will be held at 6:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, February 13, in the
Balboa Stadium, with Governor
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., as
Reviewing Officer.
The day has been proclaimed
ROTC Day in the Canal Zone
by Governor Fleming. He
noted that the ROTC has been
organized in Canal Zone high
schools tor 14 years and there
now are more than 400 young
men enrolled in it.
The Balboa and Cristobal
High School units of the ROTC
both will participate in the
Wednesday evening review.
M a j. Frank T. Currier,
Professor of Military Science
for Canal Zone high schools,
has announced that drill teams
from both high schools will
perform.
The Cdnal Zone ROTC Bri-
gade will be commanded by
Cadet Col. Robert Bohannon
cf Balboa High School. The
Brigade Executive Officer will
be Cadet Lt. Col. Lewis French
ol Cristobal High School.
The First Battalion of the
Brigade will be commanded by
Cadet Lt. Col. John Nelson of
Balboa, while the Second Bat-
talion will 'be commanded by
Cadet aLt. Col. Douglas Albbrga
cf Cristobal.
The ROTC Band of Balboa
High School will play starting
-at '6 'p..m. for the "benefit of
visitors who arrive before the
Review starts at 6:30. The
Band is supervised by Victor


Herr, music teacher. Cadet
Capt. Robert Turner is Ba-nd
Commander, assisted by Cadet
Sgt. Paul Ficzeri.
Beginning today, the Balboa
ROTC unit will have a display
in the Balboa Service Center
cf awards and medals which
zll ROTC cadets have an op-
portunity to win during the
school year. ROTC cadets will
be on hand at the display to
answer questions about the
ROTC program in the Canal
Zone scnools.


Standard Charge


For Ambulance
A standard one-way charge
for ambulance service in the
Canal Zone has been establish-
ed with the tariff revision that
went into effect the first 'of
this month.
The one-way charge for
ambulance service will be '$5
for one patient and $3.50 for
each patient when more than
one is carried, regardless of
the distance traveled within
the Canal Zone.
Ambulance mileage charges
for one-way travel -m excess'of
10 miles have been discontinued
for service furnished within
the Canal Zone.
The mileage rates, 50 cents
per mile or -each mile in' excess
cf 10 miles, continue to .apply
for ambulance service furnish-
Fd outside the. Zone.


Art Exhibititon


Set By Institute


A calendar of interesting art
exhibitions has been arranged
for the next several months by
the 'Panamanian Institute of
Art, a non-profit cultural orga-
nization that-sponsors exhibits
of 'plastic \arts and musica'les
in ,the Republic of Panama.
Former Ambassador Adolfo
Arias Espinosa heads this Ins-
titute, which has scheduled
eight art exhibitions and also
plans to present a series of
concerts being arranged by the
famous Panamanian pianist
Jaime Ingram.
'Art exhibits will be present-
ed as follows:
Feb. 6 127-Rafael Angel.


Garcia, Costa Rican artist.
March 6 26-Water colors
and sketches loaned by the
Museum of Modern Art of NeW
York.
April 10 May 1-Armando
Morales, well-known Nicara-
guan artist who resides in New
York.
May -5 2--Alberto Dutary,
Panamanian 'artist.
June 5 26-Justito Aroseme-
na, Panamanian artist.
June 27 July 28-Jose Gue-
vara, Spanish artist.
July 19 Augpst 9--Collection
of Antonio Alvarado, Mario
Calvit, and Ivan Zachrison.
August 12 Sept. 2-Alfredo
Sinclair. Panamanian artist.


The Canal Zone Library in
the Civil Affairs Building is
making an effort to locate
college and university alumni
'Who are willing to'donate their
.'humni bulletins to the library
after they have finished with
them.
The idea, Librarian Eleanor
Eurnham explains, is that high
school students in the process
of selecting a college or univer.
sity often can get a better idea
of facilities and faculties from
the alumni bulletins than from
other material available.

In Lexington, Mass., a squir-
rel picked up a lighted cigaret-
te, carried it to. the top of a
25-foot spruce tree, and drop-
ped the glowing butt into his
nest.
The fire department report
described the source ot the
tree fire as "smoking in bed."


The bulletins donated will be
displayed by the library in mne
reading ioom, where they will
be available to anyone interest-


ed. Those wishing to 'donate
bulletins can send them by mail
or simply drop :hem at the
desk when visiting the library.


Spanish Classes At The YMCA


New classes in beginning,
intermediate, -and advanced
Spanish, each including 48
hours of instruction over a 12-
week period, will start at the
Cristobal YMCA on Monday,
February 18. Registration for
the classes will be conducted
at the YMCA from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m., February 14, 15, and
16.
Each of the new classes will
meet two evenings per week,
with each session lasting two
hours. Tuition for the classes
is $8 per month. Employees


of the Panama Canal may have
the charges refunded if- they
request and qualify for it under
the Tuition Refhnd Program.
Panama Canal employees
interested in attending the
classes and wishing reimburse-
ment for the tuition should
make application on Form 984
at least a week prior to the
beginning of classes. The ap-
plication must oe approved
prior to the first session of
class and the employee must
earn a prade of C or better
in order to qualify for reim-
bursement.


At Javier Fair


Tinkering With Regulators



No Job For Amateurs


'Maine Maritime Academy cadets 'who' visited the Isthmus
aboard the State of 'Maine, the former Carvna ship, Ancon, were
among the thousands of Javier Fair-goers who stopped by the Pa-
nama Canal exhibit, where Canal Zone Guides Leila Leon and
'Sandra Wallace 'have been on duty this week. The State of Maine
Band participated in the Fair on opening night and the Neptones
Combo from the vessel played in the Canal exhibit. The Fair,
which started last Saturday, continues each evening through Sun-
day.


STiinering with compressed gas
regulators is no job for a do-
it-yourself amateur. The re-
gulator shown here was taken
apart by a customer of the
Aceti-Oxygeno, S. A., gas plant.
When pressure was applied to
the regulator, flammable ma-
terial used by the ''repairman"
ignited, fire shot out the rear
of the regulator with great
force, and the hose was blown
off and blown apart.
That no one was injured was
mere good 'fortune.
General rules for safe prac-
tices in handling medical gases
and industrial gases 'nciude:
Never lubricate valves, re-
gulators, gages, or fittings with
cil or -any other combustible
material.
'Never tamper, with safety
-devices in cylinders or valves.
Never attem'nt 'to repair or
alter cylinders.
It is 'against the law in some
places to tamper with com-
pressed gas cylinders or ap-
paratus. This work should :be
done by trained personnel.
Also, advises John C. 'De-


Young, gages and regulators
should be calibrated periodical-
ly. To nave this done. contact
tt:e Industrial Division Instru-
inent Repair Shop, which has
rpen trained to do this work.
DeYoung, inspector of cor'l-


pressed g a s e s, Storehojse
Branch, also notes thit 'liew,
higher' heat resistant mnatetials
are being developed, and if
replacement parts are needed,
those of the newer type can be
used for longer, safer devicee.


t~ie M*1CRtOA N. OINTE PFERwrIAtDZ iMrs. EMLEY M. HUNTER
exlalJ 'its m 'inwtbdt tic*li*e applicant., transcribes notes.


Port Captains' Gils' Studying Dictation


Zone Library Seeks 'Alumni' Contributions


Brigade Review



Set For ROTC


February 8, 1963


P I L W A





February 8, 1963


SSPILLWA Y


Caribbean Series Starts


The following is the schedule of games for the
third Inter-American Baseball Series which opens at the
Olympic Stadium tonight at six o'clock:
Friday: Venezuela vs Puerto Rico
Nicaragua vs Panama
Sa'-urday: Puerto Rico vs Nicaragua
Panama vs Venezuela


Sunday:


Nicaragua vs Venezuela
Panama vs Puerto Rico


Monday: Puerto Rico vs Venezuela
Panama vs Nicaragua
Tuesday: Nicaragua vs Puerto Rico
Venezuela vs Panama


Wednesday:


Venezuela vs Nicaragua
Puerto Rico vs. Panama.


The last team named is the home team. The first
game will start at 6:00 p.m. The second game will start
15 minutes after the end of the first game. No new inning.
in the first game can be started after 8:45 p.m. No new
inning in the second game can start after midnight.


Panama Open


In Full Swing


The $11,000 Panama Open
Golf Tournament started
thursday at the Panama Golf
Club and will continue through.
Sunday, when the final rounds
will be played and the 1963
champion determined.
The lead-off professional. de-
fending Champion Jim Ferree,
teed off shortly before 1 p.m.
Thursday, after the Tourna-
ment was officially opened by
His Excellency Don Roberto
F. Chiari, President of the Re-
public of Panama.
Ferree turned in the best
score in the Pro-Amateur tour-
r.ey Wednesday, while Wash-
ington's Belair Country Club
Professional Bill Deck, Bruce
DeSchryver, and Commander
Bill Whitworth turned in a 16-
under-par 56 to take prize in
the Pro-Am.
The winners finished only two
strokes ahead of the two teams
which tied for second place:
Rany Glover, Douglas Connor,
and Frank Savage; and Jim
Ferree. A. Holcombe, and T.
Miller.
Playing in the threesome
which included Ferree Thurs-
day on the starting day of the
Open were Maury Muller, Ca-
nal Zone policeman and lead-
ing amateur of the 1962 tourna-
ment, and Roberto DeVicenzo.
Leading scores in Wednes-
ray's Pro-Am, after the win-
ners and the two tied for se-


Standings


Pacific League
Standings Thru February 1, 1963
TEAM Won Lost
Albr nathy Unisport.. 8 2
White Horse ......... 8 2
Philips Radio......... 6 4
Navy................ 4 6
Pan, Liquido......... 3 7
Ft. Clayton........... 1 9
Next Weeks Schedule
Monday february 11: Ft.
Clayton vs Abernathy Unisport.
Monday February 11: Navy
vs. Pan Liquido. (at Rodman).
Tuesday February 12: Philips
Radio vs. White Horse..
Wednesday February 13: Pan
Liquido vs. Ft. Clayton.
Wednesday February 13: Phi-
lips Radio vs. Navy. (at Rod-
man).
Thursday February 14: Aber-
nathy-Unispoi" vs. White Horse.
Friday February 15: Pan Li-
quido vs. Philips Radio.
Friday February 15: Ft. Clay-
ton vs. Navy.
Saturday February 16: Aber-
biathy-Unisport vs. Pan Liquido.
at 9:30 a.m.).


cond place, were: Jay Dolan,
R. G. Graham, C. M. Baulk,
Tony Cerda. Ernestito de la
Guardia III, and H. Holedano
- 60.; and Bill Kittleman, R.
Hinojosa, R. G. Johnsou. Char-
les Matlack, G. Foeler, and
Carlos Perez 61.
Low scores turned in by pro-
fessionals who participated in
the Pro-Am were:


Jim Ferreo
Roberto DeVicenzo
Jay Dolan
Peter Hildrop
Manuel de la Torre
Roy Hayden
Francis McHarg
Ernie Vossler
Ed Rubis
Hu)bbs Habjan


One-Stop Service


For Boatmen


On Pacific Side
Operators of motorboats on
the Pacific side of the Canal
Zone have to make 'only one
stop -now to'take care of all
paperwork involved in operat-
ing their boats. The single stop
is at the Balboa Port Captain's
office.
The Port Captain on February
1 began issuing the special ga-
soline permits needed by boat
operators, thus completing ins-
titution of the "one-stop ser-
vice" arrangements for local
boat owners. The gasoline per-
mits formerly were issued by
the Administrative Branch at
Balboa Heights.
Other services. offered at the
Port Captain's Office are boat
inspections, operator exami-
nations, registrations, and
transfers of ownership. Miss
Marta Conte F. handles the
paperwork involved.
Atlantic-side boat operators
still have to make applications
through the office of the Cris-
tobal Port Captain, just as they
have in the past.
OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
January 28-February 3, 1963
Miraflores Locks 1941
Gatun Locks 728
Passenger Ships (5) 2653
Las Cruces (6 trips) 601
Reina Manuelita (4 trips) 74
GRAND TOTAL 1997
Canal Zone. Guides were on
duty aboard the Savannah to
help handle the 7733 visitors on
January. 28 29. 30a and: 31.


IN. BALBOA RELAYS -r- -Richard Kigley of Balbo.. High
School clears the pojle v-au~t at 10ifeeh to, tie for foMrth place ip the
Balboa Invitational Relays lastweek"nd. Winner of the pol. vault
event was Joseph McG Mf of the. Canal Zone Junior College, who.
cleared the bar at 11 feet, three- inches, Cristobal High School
won its third rela. crown by spring 391/2 points to Balboa High
Schools 31V'2 points.


Twilight Baseball


Series Underway
a e


The Pacfiic Twilight. Baseball
League presently in progress
will play a 12-game schedule.
The, league is made up of three.
student player teams and a
working men's team. Game time
is 7 p.m. Admission is free and
all fans are welcome.
The. league is completing its
third week of play, with Herb
Ra'ybourne' hustling 'BHS team
on top in the standings. Play-
ing heads up baseball and fine
picthing on the part of Jim Ri-/
ley and Warren Ashton, the
BHS Bulldugs trounced Charlie
Brown's Mercurio club twice by
scores of 9-1 and 4-0, and Mc-
Artnur's Boys Club 11-4. In oth-
er games, Mercurio soundly
beat the College 9-1 behind the
steady chucking of Chico MVartin
and College squeezed by the
Boys Club 4-3.
In early season, play a. numr
ber of players have performed
outstandingly. The most, out-


standing, however, are Jim Giv-
ens (Mercurio) with timely hit-
ting and excellent defense in
the infield, Jim Riley (BHS)
displaying masterful pitching
ability. and Lester Quinn (BHS)
wielding a mighty powerful bat.

Engineers' Team Seeks

More Softball Games
Led by the timely hitting of
Kevin Oken, the steady pitching
of Bert Schroeter, and the sparkl-
ing fielding of "Ace" Corliss, the
Panama Canal Engineering Di-
vision softball team beat the
"Abernathy Unisports 18-16 in an
exhibition game on January 26th.
Bill De La Mater was the losing
pitcher 'for Abernathy.
The Engineers are interested in.
booking games with Pacific area
teams. Call Tom Hannigan- at. Bal-
boa 1720 for' details,


Today

The third.Inter-American Base-
bail Series opens this aterniqa,
with opening ceremonies at 5:30.
in the Panama Olympic Sta-
dium. The first game, pittrng
Venezuela against Puerto Rico,
will start at S pm.
The championsmp teams of
Panama, Nicaragua, Puerto Ri-
co, and Venezuela are partici-
pating in the Series.
His Excellency Don Roberta
F. Chiari, President of the Re-
public oI Panama, will pitch the
first -ball in the opening game to
start t he series. Canal Zone
Zone Governor Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr., has been invited by the
Organizing Comittee of the In,
ter-American Series to attend
and assist in the Series inaugu-
ration this afternoon.
Two games will be played
each day through February 13,
with the first game each day
starting at 6 p.m. and the sec-
ond game starting 15 minutes
after the end of the first game.
Season tickets for the Series
are: $30 for a box seat; $14 for
a seat in the covered stands;
and $6.50 for bleacher seats.
Tickets can be purchased at the
Olympic St.dium, or reserved
by calling Panama 5-0185.


Swim Sessions


Now Underway


At Balboa Pool

Competitive swimming, ses-
sions now are being held. from
4 to 5 p.m. on Teusdays and
Thursday at the Balboa Swim-
ming Pool, with all Swimmers
holding green swimming pool
cards eligible to attend.
Idea of the workouts is that
it's easier to keep in shape
lian it is to get into shape.
It is not necessary to be an
expert swimmer to participate.
The 1963 swimming calendar
is shaping up, with the first
tig event to be the annual
Gamboa Civic Council swim
Tmeet at the Gamboa Pool on
the evening of Thursday,
February 21.
Other events scheduled are:
Long Course Records Meet at
S a.m., Saturday, April 6, at
the Albrook Pool, f~!!owed by
the Elementary Swim Meet:
the annual Elks Swimming
Meet will be held at--Balboa
Pool on July 4; and the Junior
Olympics are slated for late
August.

Why is it that the highest gof
scores so often .seem to be
made on the 19th hole?
All bites are not by suckers;
a goodly number are by sand-
flies.
Why do people jump up and
down with ioy-but never down
and, up?


Three-Team League


Seeks I

A three-team softball league
has been organized at the Canal
Zone Penitentiary at Gamboa,
under the revitalized Recrea-
tional Program for Inmates, di-
rected by Captain W. H. Mun-
yon, Warden. The league is su-
pervised by Lt. C. S. Smith and
Sgt. R E. Masters.
An All Star team has been sel-
ected to play teams from the
Canal Zone community and mi-
litary service units. Any team
inquiries are welcome, but
thtre is one stipulation-all Ca-
nal Zone Penitentiary games
are played at home.


tome Games


The three softball teams in the
league are the Commercials, the
Rebels and the Hawks.
In the first round of play. the
Commercials took two out of
three from the Rebels and the
Hawks to give them the big
jump toward the first place
trophy.
In the final game of the first
round with the second place tro-
phy as lure, or perhaps a de-
termined bid to stay out of the
cellar, the Rebels played a firm
defense to stave off the last in-
ning surge of the almost dead
but still fluttering Hawks team.


With runners on second and
third and one out, a Hawk play-
er sent a hot drive close to the
bag at third hope rose quick-
ly as it appeared a sure double,
but conversation can be heard
as to how the fat but quick Cap-
tain of the Rebels made a back-
hand stab that resulted in a
double play putting both the
hope and the Hawks in the cel-
lar. The final score: Rebels 8,
Hawks 6.
The next rounds of play are
now under way with the Co-
mercials taking on the Rebels.


.aga Thrm.






SPILLWAY


February 8, 1963


ROSCOE M. COLLINS


John G. Carlson, towboat master on the Panama
Canal tug, Gorgona II, was formerly towboat master
on the President Roosevelt of the former Thatcher
Ferry service. His present job is to operate the tug
in assisting ships in Balboa Harbor and towing them
in Canal channels and at the locks.
His deck crew consists of a boatswain and five
seamen.
Towboat Master Carlson, whose Panama Canal
service dates back to November 1953, is a native
.of Winchester, Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson
live in Balboa and have two sons and a daughter.
The oldest, son, Christian, is now working as a
timekeeper in the Panama Canal Locks Division and
will be leaving soon on a trip by small boat through
the South Pacific. John, the second son, is a senior
at Balboa High School and will be going\away to
college next year. Johanna, the only girl in the
family, is a member of the junior class at Balboa
High School.








Ruby Bacot of Curundu
Heights was leading in the vote
count for Carnival Queen-of
the Pacific-side of the Canal
Zone after last weekend's second
count. Final count will be at
9 p.m., Saturday. in the Al-
brook Officer's Club and the
crowning will be held in the "
Balboa Theater next Friday
evening.
Jessica Nichols continues to
hold the lead in the Atlantic- *
side contest, as reported last
week. A second vote count will
be held Saturday evening ir a ,
the Elks Club Bohio on the
Atlantic side and the final
count will be on Saturday even- .
ing, February 16. The Atlantic- .
side Queen will be crowned at
7:30 p.m., February 22, in the RUBY E
Breakers Club.
Under the heac
A former Canal employee is la Noticia" in th
working closely these days tion you will fil
with the. U.S. effort to send a about two othe
ticket to the moon. ployees, Haddon
He is William R. Rounsavil'e, Marine Bureau,
former Administrative Assistant Rambo of, the
in the Office of the Executive portation Divisic
Secretary, and now Chief of Wynter, a mo
the Security and Classification or, was born in
Branch of the Space Nuclear tion era town o
Propulsion Office,, a Joint AEC first service w
and NASA Agency which is in was in 1918. Sin
charge of the nuclear rocket been with the I
development station near Las His total service
Vegas, Nevada. nal has been 39
lives in Par.i:',
Mr. RounsavilleJ who held a Rambo, really
similar position at' Oak Ridge nal employee.
for several years, was transferr- the organization
ed to the Nuclear Propulsion years. A driver
Office in Nevada in June last Transportation
year. This agency is presently 1941 he has
engaged in developing a rocket served as an a
which will be capable of boost- dispatcher, Ran
inr a heavy payload to the cars for Gover
moon. men, and man
taries..
Well known in the Canal Zone, He first went
Mr. Rounsaville worked for Canal at Gatun
several years with the Admin-' fered to the Lo
ictrative Branch and wa s 1914 and to the
Administrative Assistant in the sion in 1915, bul
Executive Secretary's Office Motor Transpol
from 1945 to 1951, when he past 22 years:
resigned and returned to the Barriada Domin
United States. is m.-r,' r-'
and; lour grand,


Roscoe M. Collins, Balboa Harbormaster,
has been in Government service longer than
any other U. S. citizen employed by the
Panama Canal Navigation Division. Added
to his Panama Canal employment is'service
with the U. S. Navy irom 1928 to 1932 and
during World War II, to give him total
Government service of 33 years this month.
Born in Orleans, Ind., Collins first visited
the Canal Zone in 1930, during that first tour
of duty with the Navy. After spending 4'/2,
years on the old battleship Wyoming, flag-,
ship in the Navy scouting fleet, the left the
Navy and returned to the Isthmus to work.
His first Panama Canal position was as
coxswain and engineer on the Balboa-Taboga
launch run.
He later transferred to a dock foreman
position, then returned to Navy service in
World War II. After the war, he returned
to the dock foreman position, then was
promoted to harbormaster in August 1954.
He lives in Diablo Heights, out also has
a home in Bradenton, Fla. He and Mrs.
Collins have one son, Leroy William, who
was graduated from Balboa High School in
1944 and now is personnel director with the
Huyck System, Huntington, L. I. -


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTrLIGHT


*


JOHN 1. CAKLLUN


BACOT

ding "Gente en
he Spanish sec-
nd brief items
r Canal em-
Wynter of the
and, Alexander
Motor Trans-
,n.
torboat operat-
the construc-
f Culebra. His
Nith the Canal
ce 1926 he has
Marine Bureau.
e with th Ca-
years. Wynter

a veteran Ca-
has been with
more than 50
with the Motor
Division since
at ti-mes
assistant to the
nbo.has driven
nors, Congress-
y other digni-

to work for the
in 1909. trans-
cks Division in
Railroad Divi-
t has been with
rotation -for the
A resident of
go Diaz, Rambo
.-- three sons
chluldi-n.


Alan Chandler, who has been
employed in the Photographic
Section of the Canal since last
fall, has a varied background
in photographic work, including
considerable experience in mo-
tion pictures. One of the films
on which he worked before
coming to the Canal was Cana-
dian Portrait,-a story of trees-
to-timber to something else
sponsored by Crown Zellerbach
Canada, Ltd.
The .film received the U. S.
Department of Agriculture's
"Award of Excellence" at the
recent Centennial Film Festi-
val in Washington, according
to a report in a recent issue
of Business Screen Magazine,
which also mentions that
Chandler was one of two photo-
graphers on the job. The other
photographer was Charles
Linko.


Crusade


Agencies

Osan Boys' Town houses for-
mer Korean street boys, provid-
ing ,Iecessities, practical farm
training. Founded by U.S. air-
men, it receives substantial Am-
erican-Korean Foundation aid.
You can help through your Fed-
eral Service Joint Crusade.

A typical $1 CARE Food Cru-
sade package for needy school
children overseas c o n t a.i n s
enough flour to bake into 300
lunch rolls.

By joining CARE's Food Cru-
sade to send 7,500,000 packages
across the world, at $1 per.pack-
age, Americans will help feed
26,000.000 hungry people during
fiscal 1962-63.

Despite patrols on the Red
China border, 200 to 300 refu-
gees reach Hong Kong every
week CARE has 'special $1 Food
Crusade packages to help new
arrivals andm'other* needy Chi-
-ac idi.ei i ii Wte coiAUiy.


CITATION


A posthumous presidential citation for "selfless devotion and
consecration to the welfare of mankind" has been awarded, by Pro
sident Kennedy to Col. Daniel Lee Wright, U. S. Army, Ret., for.
mer Panama Canal engineer, who died in Virginia in November.

News of the citation was'received on ihe Isthmus by friends
of Mrs. Wright.
Colonel Wright was a member of the first Army Engineer con-
tingent sent to Panama to build the Panama Canal and later re-
mained in the Canal Zone as the Canal's Municipal Engineer.
He later travelled over 'much of the world as a niember of
tiTe-staff of the Rockefeller Foundation's International Division oe
Health. He was most famous for his work in Greece, where he was
assigned to reorganize the pubic health system.
I_ _^


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Page Four


Coming Events

February 8-18-Painting Exhibition by 7 outstanding Panamanian artist:
Manuel Amador, Humberto Ivaldi, Beatrix Briceno, Cons-
tancia Calderon, Alberto Dutary, Adriano Herrerabarria,
and Guillermo Trujillo, at Libreria Cultural Panameha, in
front of Ministry of the Treasury Building, Panama.
February 8-10-Annual Fair at Colegio Javier in Panama City.
February 8-15-Exhibition of painting by Roger Vail, United States
artist, at Panamanian North American Assn.
February 8-10-Panama Open Golf tournament at Panama Golf Club.
February 8-13-Caribbean Baseball Series in Olympic Stadium, Panama.
February 12-Folklore Festival at Tole, Chiriqui, Province.
February 11-13-National Security Seminar in Balboa Theater for U.S.
citizens. Attendance by registration only.
February 13-Public meeting of Pacific Civic Council, Balboa High
School Library, starting 7:30 p.m.
February 17-23-National Engineers Week, with several special events
planned by the Canal Zone Society of Professional En-
gineers.
February 21-Pre-Carnival dance at Fort Amador Officers Open Mess,
8 p.m.
February 22-Washington's Birthday. (Holiday)
February 22-Atlantic-side Carnival Queen coronation at Breakers
Club, 7:30 p.m.
February 23-26-Carnival in the Canal Zone and Panama.
February 24-Pollera Parade on Central Avenue in Panama City.
February 25-Comparsa Parade on Central Avenue in Panama City.
February 26-Carnival Parade from Panama through Canal Zone at
4:30 p.m.
February 27-Ash Wednesday. Beginning of Lent.
March 16-17-Pacific Softball League Invitational Tourtnament.
March 19-St. Joseph "Fiestas'' at David, El Valle, Montijo, Pedasi,
Pe's, Soni and Tole.
March 30-Gamboa Invitational Softball Tournament.
April 2-St. Francis Paul "fiestas" at Chorrera and Rio de Jesfis (Ve.
raguas).
April 2-6-Fiesta of. Santo T3ribio at Nombre de Dios.
April 6-7-International Invitational Softball Tournament.
April 20-Our Lady of Perpetual Help "fiesta" at Anton.
I .


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El Lunes ReanudanLimpieza de


Las


El lunes 11 se reiniciaran los
trabajos de hImpieza y reacondi-
cionaminnto de las esclusas de
Miraflores. colocandose fuera
ce uso, come por un mes, la
hilera Este de la esclusas.
La se.unda fase del trabajo,


Esclusas


-que se 'habia pospuesto por
ous semanas al concluir la
huelga portuaria en la costa
oriental de los EUA- en-
vuelve el drenaje complete del
agua en las esclusas Este,
para su limpieza v otros fines


de


pertinentes.
Las obras empezarAn el sa-
L-ado, cuando se suspenderA el
cervicio por esa nilera de es-
clusas, en preparaci6n para el
orenaje de las mismas.
Despubs de..que el agua des-


Vol. 1 No. 34 VIERNES, 8 DE FEBRERODE 1963


Cruzada Busca Fondos


Para Nobles Proyectos


La pr6xima semana se inicia
en la Zona del Canal la cam-
paiia para recabar fondos a
favor de la CARE. la Radio
E.uropa Libre y la Fundaci6n
Americo Coreana.
La cruzada que se extender
hasta el primero de abril. abar-
carA todas las dependencias
civiles y militares donde se
distribuicrn folletos alusivos a
la misma y sobres para el
cnvio de las contribuciones vo-
luntarias.
"Al participar en esta cam-
pafia para levantar fondos
estamos nuevamente compar-
tiendo nuestros privilegios con
pentes de otras naciones," dice
cn mensaje expedido el viernes
el Gobernador Robert J. Fle-
ming, Jr.. a los empleados del
Canal de Panama.
"Se que contribuireis a la
media cabal de vuestras posi-
bilidades." afiade el Goberna-
dor Fleming, "El afio pasado


los empleados -del Canal contri-
oyyeron $5.837.26 a esta meri-
toria causa y abrigo la con-
f.anza de que vuestras contri-
buciones igualaran sino exce-
derAn esa cantidad."
La contribuci6n total .apor-
tada por todas las dependen-
cias establecidas en la Zona
aicanz6 la suma de $14.711.84.
Coordinadores de la cruzada
In son: Por el Canal de Pa-
nama, Edward A. Doolan; por
tl Comando del Caribe. Corl.
Macon A. Hipp: por el Ejrcito
EUA dal Caribe. Corl. R.
Gerald Culane; por la Armada
EUA del Caribe, CapitAn-IT. F.
Burkwall: por la Fuerza A6rea
EUA del Caribe, CapitAn R. N.
Grego; cor el Instituto Centra
americano de Investigaciones,
Michael Spontak: por la Corte
Distritorial, David Jenkins y
por la Agencia Federal de
AeronAutica, la Sra. Marina
Hughes.


Revisan Tarifa;

de Ambulan ci

Conforme a revision de las
tarifaq para el uso de ambulan.
cias en la Zona del Canal, que
entr6 a regir desde el primero
del mes, se cobra ahora $5 por
un paciente y $3.50 uor cada
paciente cuando se transport
a mAs de uno en un viaje. Esa
tarifa se aplica sin sujeci6n
a la distancia recorrida siempre
que sea dentro de los linderos
de la Zona del Canal.
Se ha,-pues, suspendido el
cargo que se hacia en exceso
de las 10 millas de recerrido
dentro de la Zona.
Fuera de los limits de la
Zona del Canal continfia en vi-
gencia el cargo de 50 cent6si-
mos por cada milla.


Miraflores


cienda a] nivel del mar, se
instalarbar mamparas metalicas
contra e) extreme inferior de
las alcantarillas 'aterales., Se
emplearan bombas para sacar
el agua remanente en las cA-
nraras y alcantarillas.
El lunes en la mafiana, los
700 obreros de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas y otros 250 de la de
Mantenimiento,.emnlead6s para
este proyecto. descenderAn a
las camaras. ya secas para el
trabajo rie limpieza y reacondi-
cionamiento en el curso de;
cual se liarin reparaciones de
rutina en las estructuras de las


tsclusas. asi como instalacio-
nts de algunas modificaciones
disenadas para facilitar la im-
rantaci6n de un olan de "24
horas de desuso" que se em-a
plearA. e el future.
Esta segunda fase del trabajo
alarcara como 4 semanas,
durante e1 curso de las cuales
,pcrmanecerA en servicio active
2. horas diarias una hilera do
esclusas solamente.
Lo propio acontecera cuande
se haga el cambio para la lim-
pieza y reacondicionamiento do
la hilera Oeste.


Nuevrc Plan Beneficia


A Nave En Transito


Unia "despensaci6n de despla-
zamiento que permitiria a los
super-cargueros transitar el
Canal de PanamA con miles
ce d6lare mas de carga estA
siendo estudiada por la Divi-
si6n de Mariwa en vias de
ensayo.
El plan contempla el aumen'o
vel despiazamiento permissible.
a los p'incipales clients del
Canal, tel present maximo de
desplazamiento de agua fresca
de 36.6 pies hasta 38 pies. para
certos barcos durante la poca
del afio en que el nivel del
lago Gatin estA a 86 pies o
mAs sobre el nivel del mar.
Durante los filtimos meses.
cuando el nivel ael lago ha
estado mn su mAximo. se ha
permitido a un nimero de
super-tanqueros o cargadores
de minerales, cruzar el Canal
desplazando hasta 37 pies.
Entre esas naves estAn el
Ore Saturn y el Ore Meridian
amtos orocedentes de Chile con
destino a Baltimore con mineral
de hierri el Montecello Victory
y el super-tanquero National
Defender.
Dependiendo en como se ma-
nejen las naves al atravesar
ei Canal el tipo de construc-
ci6n y otros factors, el despla-
zamiento probablemente se
aumente. para viajes futures
s:empre y cuando que el nivel
del lago permanezca en 86 pies
o mAs. El aumento del despla-
zamiento permitible involucra
aumento en la carga que la


P-ILLAY


Brillante: Graduaci6n En


Escuelas Latinoamericanas


Muy lucidas quedaron las ce-
remonias de graduaci6n de las
Escuelas Superiores de Paraiso
y de Rainbow' City. celebradas
el miercoles en la noche en el
Gimbasic de Paraiso la una, y
en el Estadio de Mt. Hope, la
otra.
Profesores, estudiantado y pa-
dres de familiar convivieron me-
mentos de jubilosa emoci6n. al


desarrollarse el esplendido pro-
grama, cuya nota culminate
consisti6 en la distribucion de
los diplomas a 303 graduandos,
364 de Paraiso y 139 de Rainbow
City.
Publicamos fotos de los
ganadores de Primeros Puestos
Las Escuelas Latino-America-
nas de ia Zona deli Canal ajus-
tan sus programs de studio a
los prevalecientes en los cen-
tros docentes de la Repfiblica de
PanamA. ya que su finalidad es
la de acondicionar a los estu-
diantes para el rol que le toca-
ra desempefiar como miembros
de la comunidad istmefia.
Durante diciembre pasado una
comisi6n integrada por los Pro-
fesores Rafael Moscote, Temis-
locles C6spedes y Victor G6mez
fue contratada para evaluar los
programs educativos de las es-
cuelas latino-americanas de la
Zona.
Durante el afio lectivo, ahora
cerrado, hubo datas que se des-
tacaron- particularmente; como
las celebraciones relacionadas
con la independencia de Jamai-
ca y la de Trinidad-Tobago; la
Semana del Libro y la Semana
de Educaci6n Fisica, que adqui-
rieron gran lucidez.


Innovaciones
Durante el pr6ximo curso lec-
tivo se ha decidido que la ins-
trucci6n de kindergarten se pro'-
porcionara gratuitamente; para
acomodar a la poblaci6n pre-
escolar se han acondicionado
nuevas aulas en las escuelas
elementales de Rainbow 'City,
Santa Cruz y Paraiso.
Las classes en todas las escue-
las latino-americanas de la Zona
del Canal serAn reanudadas en
mayo. 1963.


YVONNE ARCHER
(2o. Puesto)


MITZIE REID


r.,ve pueda transportar, que
podria 'iegar en algunos casos
hasta 150 o 180 toneladas por
pulgada.


Reuinese el 13


Concejo Civico

El Concejo Civico ddl Pacifice
celebrara reuni6n el mi6rcoles
13 en la Biblioteca de la Es-
cuela Superior de Balboa a las
7.30.
, El Director de Abasto y Ser-
vicios Comunales, L. A. Fer-
guson y el Contrajir Philip L.
Steers, Jr., discutiran sobre la
nueva political de Drecios propi-
ciada en los almacenes del
Canal de PanamA.
STambi6n se escucharan infor-
n'es que rendirAn la Comisi6n
qie investig6 quejas sobre el
Hospital Gorgas: v de las Co-
niisiones de Seguridad, Recrea-
ci6n y Normas.
Tambien se presentara in-
forme sobre la reunioncele-
brada por el Concejo Ccvico do
los EUA con el Gobernador de
la Zona del Canal el 31 de
enero.
PresidirA la reunion James J.
C'Donnel, nuevo president del
Concept Civico del Pacifico,
asistido por los vice-presidentes
Adrien Bouche. v San Roe.


ERNESTINA HOWELL
(ler. Puesto)


_
I


YVONNE GOURNET


06AhbAl~bhs
SY~~SBIL BkST
(3er. Puesto)








Pigina Dos S P ~ I IWAY Febrero 8 de 1963


Revista de Tropas


Habra en Balboa


A las 6 y 30 de la tarde del
mi-ercoles 13 del present el
Gobernador Robert J. Fleming,
Jr., pasara revista a la Brigada
del ROTC de las Escuelas
Superiors de la Zona del Canal
en el Es'adio de Balboa.
La fecha ha sido establecida
como Dia del ROTC en la Zona
del Canal mediante proclama
del Gobernador Fleming, quien
destaca el hecho de que el
adiestraniento de Oficiales de
Reserva se organize en la Zona
del Canal hace m afios y hay
nctualmente mAs de 400 j6-
venes enlistados.
En la revista del miercoles
participarin unidades de las,
Escuelas Superiores de Balooa
y de Cristobal, seg6n anuncio
hecho por el Mayor Frank T.
Currier, professor de Ciencia
Military en planteles educativos
de la Zona.
La Brigada de la Zona del
Canal estari bajo el commando


del Cadete Cori. Robcr
non, dE la Escucla Sul
balboa. El Oficial Eje
es el Cadete Tie. Coi
French. de la Escuela
ce Crist6bal.
Comandara el Prir
tall6n el Cadete Tte. C
Nels.n, de Balboa y
gundo Batall6n el Cac
C'orl. Douglas Alberga.
t6bal.
La Banda del R
Balboa amenizara el
Dirige la Banda e
Capitan Robert Turner
por el Cadete Sargen
Ficzeri y supervigiladi
professor de misica Vic
En esta fecha se
el Centro de Servicio
nales de Balboa una e
ce los premios y med
todos los cadetes tend
tunidad de ganarse di
ano lectivo.


Itinerario de la Caravana

1963


Semana del 8
de Abril


15 de Abril (Lun)
16 de Abril (Mart)
17 de Abril (Mi6rc.)
18 de Abril (Jue.)
19 de Abril (Vier)
20 de Abril (Sib.)
21 de Abril (Dom.)
22 de Abril (Lun.)
23 de Abril (Mart.)
-24 de Abril (Mi6rc.)
25 de Abril (Jue.)

26. de Abril (Vier.)
2'? de Abrit (SAW.)


Llegada del equipo y per
Panama, Repiblica de Pa
Lugar de reunion: Hotel
De:
Recepci6n Ciudad de
Panama, R.P. D
Almuerzo-Santiago, R.P.
David San ,
Almuerzo-San Isidro, C.R.
Dia de descanso-San Jose
San Jose Manr
Almuerzo-Liberia, C.R.
Managua Tei
Almuerzo-Somoto, Nic.
Tegucigalpa San
Almuerzo-S. Miguel, El Sa
San Salvador Guate
Almuerzo-Santa Ana, El S
Ciudad de Guatemala Lag
AlmuerzoAntigua, Guat.
Lago, Atitlip Tuxtla
Almuerzo-ComitAn, Mexico
Tuxtla Gutierrez Oaxa
Lugar para almorzar
sera escogido
Oaxaca Ciudad
Almuemo-Puebla, Mexice
Dia de descanso-Ciudad d
Recepci4n, etc.


sonal a la c


Cases de


Espafol
Nuevas classes de castellano
rt Bohan- elemental, intermedio y avan-
peror de zado se iniciaran el lunes 18 de
cuivo la febrero en el YMCA de Crist6.
r. Lewis bal. El curso de 18 horas lie-
Superior varA 12 semanas.
Las matriculas estarAn abier-
tas en el lugar citado de 6:30
ner Ba- a.m. a 8:30 p.m. los dias 14,
aorl. jhn 15 y 16.
r el Se- Cada grado tendra classes
dete Tte. de 2 horas, dos noche a la
de Cris- semana. La mensualidad mon-
ta a $8 pero los empleados del
OTC de Canal de Panama, beneficiados
acto. por el Programa de Reembol-
1 Cadefe sos, podrAn reclamar la devolu-
,asistido ci6n.
Ito Paul Aquellos que desearan matri-
os por el cularse en algunas de esas cla-
'tor Herr. ses y que se sintiesen con de-
Srecho para el reembloso deben
inicia en someter su solicitud en el for-
is Comu- mulario 984 al menos una se-
xposicion mana antes del inicio de los
alias quo curses.
ran opor- La solicitud debe ser apro-
uranle el bada con anterioridad a la pri-
mera clase, y el empleado debe
obtener calificaci6n de "C" o
mayor para merecer el reem-
..bolso.

Trabaja en el

eiudad de Cohete Lunar


nama. Un ex-funcionario del Canal
"El Panam, Hilton" de PanamA trabaja ahora en
A Mllas Kms. los Estados Unidos en el
A: proyecto para mandar un co-
SPanama hete a la luna.
avid, R.P. 290 467 Se trata de William H.
Rounsaville, ex-Asistente "Ad-
Jos6 C.R. 248 399 ministrativo del Despacho del
Secretario Ejecutivo y actual-
mente Jefe del Ramo de Se-
agua, Nic. 283 455 guridad y Clasificaei6n de la
Oficina de Propulsi6n Nuclear
gucigalpa, 287 462 Espacial.
Honduras Rounsaville ocup6 cargo si-
Salvador 234 376 milar por varies arios en Oak
lv,. El Salvador Ridge, pero en junio del afio
mala City 166 267 pasado fue trasladado a la de-
;alv. Guatemala pendencia citada arriba, en Ne-
go. Atitlan 82 132 vada.
Guatemala Esa dependencia es ]a quo
Guti6rrez 305 491 esti laborando para acondicio-
o Mexico nar un cohete lunar.
ica. Mexico 338 544 a.


de Mexico 349
Mexico
e MWK.


Total de Millas 2582 4155
Total de dias de. Paam& a Ciudad de M,4,ico 13


Boletines y Folletos


Quiere la Biblioteca

La Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal, ubicada en el
antiguo terminal del aeropuerto de Albrook, desearia que
los egresados de Colegios o Universidades, que tuviesen
boletines 'o publicaciones de sus "Alma Mater",.se las
donasen a la' biblioteca una vez leidas, a fin de:colo-
carlas a disposici6n de sus lectores.
El prop6sito primordial, seg6n explica la Biblioteca-
ria Eleanor Burnham, es que esas publicaciones sirvan
de consulta a los estudiantes que deseen escoger in Co-
legio o Universidad donde proseguir sus studios. *
Los boletines, folletos u otras publicaciones serin ex-
hibidas en el sal6n central de lecture para que quienes
lo deseen puedan examinarlas.
Se ruega a aquellas personas que deseen donar tales
publicaciones enviarlas a la Iiblioteca o dejarlas' aUi
cuando la visiten.


Interesantes Exposiciones


del Instituto Pfio. de Arte


Interesante calendario de ex-
posiciones tiene prepairado para
la present temporada el Insti-
tuto Panamefio de Arte, organi-
zaci6n cultural que propicia las
manifestaciones de las artes
plAsticas y musicales en la Re-
pdblica de Panama. /
AdemAs de las 8 exposiciones
que se enumeran abajd, el ins-
titutb, que actualmente preside
el ex-Emoajador don Adolfo
Arias Espinosa, proyecta auspi-
ciar una series de conciertos mu.
sicales que estAn siendo arre-
glados por el afamado pianist
'panamefio don Jaime Ingram.
El catendario de exposiciones
sigue-
Feb. 6 al 27 Rafael Angel


Garcia, pintor de Costa Rica.
Marzo 6 al 26 Acuaretas y
dibujos .prestados por el Museo
de Arte Moderno de Nueva
York.
Abril 10 a mayo 1 Armando.
Morales, renombrado pintor ni-
caragiiense resident en Nueva
York.
Mayo 5 al'26 Alberto Duta-
,y, panameno.
Junio 5 al 26 Justito Arose-
mena, pan.ameio.
Junio 27 a julio 28 Jose Gue-
vara, espafiol.
Julio, 19 a agosto 9 Colecti-
va de Antonio Alvarado. Mario,
Calvit e IvAn Zachrison.
Agosto. 12 a sept. 2 Alfredo
Sinclair, panameiio.


Caravana de Carros


Ira Hasta Mexico


El 16 de abril partirfi de
Panama la Caravana de carrus
que conducira como a 60 altos
funcionarios de los paises ame-
ricanos hasta la ciudad de
Mexico.
La .idea de esa Caravana ha
cobrado tanto vigor que se su-
maron al proyecto instituciones
com.o la International Road
Federation, la Federaci6n In-
teramericana de Clubes de Au-
tomovilistas, la de Fabricantes
de Carros de los Estados Uni-
dos y otras entidades.


El domingo se celebr6 el Dia de la Amistad, delicado a la Zona del Canal, en la Feria Exposici6n ComerciAl, Induslria y.
Et6ctiEca del Colegio Javier en la cual el Canal de Panama esta presentando un pabelln. El Gobernador de lao Zon del Canal,
Robere J: Fleming, Jr, on companiia de su esposa acudieron esa noche al, Colegio Javier, en done fueron recibides per el Recto
de" Celeg.I, Padre Jkan D. Iriarte y el Padre Luis Medrano, al extrenmo derecho. En la fot~grafia apartcon, de izquierda a de-
reche I ssehora de F g so y el Coronel Elding S. Fugelso, Direc tor de Salubridad de la Zona del Canal; el Viae-Gbernado r de Il
Z ne del Canal, W. P. Leber y seiiora de Leber; el Teniente Gene ral O'Meara y semora de O'Meara; la seoiora do Flemin y el
cobernadorFleming, los Padres Iririarte y Madrano, y Frank A. Baldwin. En el extreme izquierdo, al fondo aparece Miguel Corc6.


El objeto se relaciona con el
Noveno Congreso Panamer.ca-
no de Carreteras que se reu-
nira en Washington, D. C. del
6 al 18 de mayo proximo, y se
quiere demostrar, public y
palmariamente, la transitabiti-
dad de la actual carretera inte-
ramericana desde el Istmo. de
Panama hasta los Estados
Unidos.
La Caravana tambi&n servira
para movilizar la opinion ptu-
blica americana a favor de
integrar la grandiosa via te-
rrestre con el sistema Paname-
ricano de Carreteras que even-
tualmente unira a Alaska con
Tierra de Fuego, para lo cual
se requ-ere la conclusion del
indispensable tramo conocida
comr "El Tap6n del Dari6a",
situado entire las Republicas de
Panami y Colombia.


Trimite Para


Las Lanchas

SLos duefios de. lanchas a
motor, sector del pacifico, en
la Zona del Canal no tieneo
'que molestarse much etn lo
ielacionado con la operaci6x
de sus embarcaciones. basta
tina sola parada en la Capi-
ta'ia del Puerto de Balboa
para arreglar el napeleo.
Desde el primero de los.
c.orrientes se empez6 a expedir
elli los permisos especiales.
para la adquisi6n de gasoline
necesaria para operar las,
lanchas-motores. Antiguamente
se expedian esos permisos ea
el edificio de Administraci6n
de Balboa Heights.
Otros servicios que presta la
Capitania del Puerto de Balboa
son los relacionados con inspec-
clones de las lanchas, exa-
menes de los operadores, re-
gistro y transferencia de pro-
p.edad. La sefiorita Marta
montee F. esta encargada de
esos menesteres.
Los residents de la costa
atlintica aun deben tramitar
sus asuntos por conduct de la
Capitania del Puerto de Cris-
tobal, como en el pasado.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 2183
Esclusas de Gatuia.... 837
Barcos de pasajeros (5) 2489
Las Cruces (8 viajes).. 780,
Manuelita I(1 viaje.).. 29
Gran Total.......... 6318.
Informaci6n suministrada
por el Servicio de Guia4.
-III


Febrero 8$ die 1963


SPILLWAYa


IPigina Dos















Empieza Hoy la Serie del Caribe


La III Serie Interamericana de Beisbol se inaugura esta
tarde a las 5:30 p.m. en el Estadio Olimpico de Panama, con la
participaci6n de los campeones de las ligas invernales de Pana-
ma, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico y Venezuela.
El President de la Republica de Panama, Rcberto F. Chia-
ri, lanzara la primera bola en el partido inaugural, que estara
a cargo de las novenas de Puerto Rico y Venezuela. Panama
y Nicaragua se meJiran en el segundo turno.
Habra doubles juegos todos los dias hasta el 13 de este mes,
comenzando sier pre el primer juego a la. 6:00 p.m. e inician-
dose el segundo 15 minutes despues de finalizado el primero.
El Gobernedor de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming Jr.,
ha sido invitado por el Comite Organizador de la Serie Inter-
americana para que asista al partido de inauguraci6n esta tarde.
Los precious de los abonos para esta Serie son: palco $30;
tribune cubierta $14 y tribune al aire libre $6.50 y pueden con-
seguirse en las oficinas del Estadio Olimpico de Panama, tele-
fono 5-0185.


WORTHY HENDRIX, de la Armada, pasa Ia harra a una al-
tura de 5 pies 11 pulgadas, para finalizar en segundo lugar en los
Relevos de Balboa celebrados el pasado fin de semana en el Es-
tadio de Balboa. El vencedor en la prueba de salto alto fue
James Moss del Ei6rcito en el Pacifico, con 6 pies 1-1/4 pulgadas.




Torneo de Campeies



El Abierto de Golf


En Casa Jugara el

Equipo de Gamboa
Una liga de softball ae tres
equipos ha sido organizada en
la Penitenciaria de la Zona de]
Canal en Gamboa. bajo el Pro-
grama de Recreaci6n para los
Reclusos, dirigido por el Capitan
W. H. Munyon, Alcaide. La liga
es supervisada por el Teniente
C. S. Smith y el Sargento R. E.
Masters.
Un equipo de Estrellas ha sido
seleccionado para jugar con los
equipos de las comunidades de
la Zona del Canal y umndades
del servicio military. Cualquier
solicitud es bien recibida, pero
hay una estipulaci6n todos
los juegos de la Penitenciaria
'de la Zona del Canal se juegan
en casa.
Los tires equipos de softball
en la liga son los Comerciales,
los Rebeldes y los Halcones.
En la primer vuelta, los Co-
merciales ganaron dos de tires
juegos a los Rebeldes y a los
Halcones, colocanduse al frente
en la lucha por el trofeo.
El partido final de la primer
vuelta con el trofeo de segundo
lugar como atracci6n, o quizas
en un esfuerzo determinado de
salir del s6tano, los Reheldes
. jugaron con una defense bien
cerrada para evitar una racha
de los Halcones en la iltima en-
trada. Con corredores en segun-
da y tercera y un out, un ba-
teador de los Halcones conect6
una fuerte linea cerca de la al-
mohadilla de tercera, luciendo
como un seguro doblete, pero el
Capitan de los Rebeldes hizo
una grand cogida con el guante
virado que culmin6 en una do-
ble matanza, poniendo tanto las
esperanzas como a los Halcones
en el s6tano. La anotaci6n final:
Rebeldes 8, Halcones 6.
La segunda vuelta se estA ju-
gando ahora con una series en-
tre Comerciales y Rebeldes.

Cpntraloria y

Medicos juegan

mahiana en Paraiso
/,
Un gran partido de softball
se celebrara mafana a las
9:30 a.m. entire las novenas
'Gorgas Medics" que dirige
Marcus Smith y "Contraloria,
bajo la direcci6n de Hubert
Johnson.
El desafio se efectuarA en el
campo de juegos de Paraiso.


Calendario de Juegos de


la Serie Interamericana
Los partidos de la Serie Interamericana de Beisbol Pro-
fesional que se celebraran en el Estadio Olimpico de Pana-
ma, del 8 al 13 de febrero, son los siguientes:
Febrero 8 Venezuela-Pto. Rico Nicaragua-Panama
Febrero 9 Pto. Rico-Nicaragua Panama-Venezuela
Febrero 10 Nicaragua-Venezuela Panama-Pto. Rico
Febrero 11 Pto. Rico-Venezuela Panama-Nicaragua
Febrero 12 Nicaragua-Pto. Rico Venezuela-Panama
Febrero 13 Venezuela-Nicaragua Pto. Rico-Panama
El primer partido en cada fecha, comenzard a Ias 6:00
p.m. y el segundo se iniciara 15 minutes despues de finali-
zado el primero.



Competeneia de Nateion


En Gamboa el Jueves 21


Para Ael jueves 21 de los co-
rrientes esta fijado el primer
gran event de natacion de la
temporada de 1963.
Se trata de las competencias
de Nataci6n auspiciadas por el
Concejo Civico de Gamboa que
se llevarAn a efecto en la pis-
cina de esa localidad.
Los diversos aspirantes a par-
ticipar en events de nataci6n
estAn ya sometiendose a riguro-
so entrenamiento a fi de estar
en condiciones inmejorables pa-
ra competir.
Ases de natacion practical
afanosamenie, especialmente los


Esta tarde descorre sus cor-
tinas la III Serie Interamerica-
na de Beisbol Profesional en el
Estadio Olimpico de Panama.
Venezuela y Puerto Rico cho-
can en el primer partido, mien-
tras quo Panama y Nicaragua
se medirAn en el segundo.
Peloteros, periodistas, locu-
tores, delegados y acompainan-
tes, seran hu spedes del Canal
de PanamA el lunes, cuando ha-
rAn una visit a las Esclusas
de Miraflores y luego harAn
una trvesia por el Corte Gail-
lard en la lancha turistica "Las


martes y jueves de 4 a 5 de la
tarde, en las albercas del Ist-
mo.
El 6 de abril se celebrarAn
las Competencias sobre Distan-
cias de Marcas en la piscina
de la Base Aerea de Albrook,
empezando a las 9 de la maia-
na.
La otra competcncia del ca-
lendario esta fijada para el
Cuatro de Julio en la pileta de
Balboa, cuando se verifique el
Torneo Elemental de Nataci6n.
El event maximo, del ano
sera el Junior Olimpico que se
celebrara en el mes de agosto.


Cruces", del Canal de Panama.
Cuando estos visitantes Ilegan
al Istmo para un evento depor-
tivo international. lo primero
que desean ver es el Canal do
Panama y el lunes tendran ]a
oportunidad de apreciar bien su
funcionamiento.
Auburn Copeland, destacado
peso pluma n)rteamericano, se-
rA el rival del campe6n pluma
del Istmo. Berisford Francis, el
domingo 17 de este mes en el
Gimnasio Nacional en un corn-
bate de diez asaltos.


El Torneo Abierto de Golf de
de Panama se inici6 ayer en la
cancha del Club de Golf de Pa-
nama por premios de $11,000, y
terminard el domingo cuando se
llevari a cabo la rueda final.
Jim Ferree, quien esti defen-
diendo el campeonato que gan6
el afio pasado, dio el primer gol-
pe despu6s que el Presidente de
la Rep6blica, Roberto F. Chiari,
inaugur6 oficialmente el torneo
poco antes de la 1 p.m.
En el torneo profesional-ama-
teur celebrado el mi6rcoles, el
professional Bill Deck, del Belair
Country Club de Washington,


triunf6 en compafifa de los afi-
cionados Bruce DeSchryver y
el Comandante Bill Whitworth,
quienes hicieron 16-bajo par 56.
Los ganadores finalizaron sola-
mente dos golpes por delante de
los dos equipos que finalizaron
empatados en segundo lugar:
Rany Glover, Douglas Connor y
Frank Savage; y Jim Ferree,
A. Holcombe y T. Miller.
Entre los que jugaron en este
torneo se encontraban Maury
Muller, policia de la Zona del
Canal quien fue, el mejor ama-
teur en 1962, y el professional Ro-
berto de Vicenzo.


Liga de Softball del Pacifico


Estado de los Equipos
(al lo. de Febrero.)
Equipo G P Pts.
Abernathy Unisport 8 2 .800
White Horse 8 2 .800
Philips Radio 6 4 .600
Navy 4 6 .400
Fan Liquido 3 7 .300
Ft. Clayton 1 9 .100
Pr6ximos partidos
Lunes 11: Ft. Clayton vs. A-
bernathy-Unisport
Lunes 11: Navy vs. Pan Li-
quido. (en Rodman).


Martes 12: Philips Radio vs.
White Horse.
Mi6rcoles 13: Pan Liquido vs.
Ft. Clayton.
Mi4rcoles 13: Philips Radio
vs. Navy. (en Rodman).
Jueves 14: Abernathy Uni-
sport vs. White Horse.
Viernes 15: Pan Liquido vs.
Philips Radio.
Viernes 15: Ft. Clayton vs.
Navy.
SBbado 16: Abernathy Uni-
sport'vs. Pan Liquido. (a las
9:30 a.m.).


La ceremonia de apertura de los Relevos de Balboa en el Estadio de Balboa, result bastante
lucida, actuando como maestro de ceremonies el Sr. John Fawcett, Director de la Escuela Se-
cundaria e Intermedia de Paraiso. Al fondo aparecen, de izquierda a derecha, -Alfred Osbourne,
President de la Asociaci6n de Estudiantes de la Escuela Secund.aria de Balboa; Ted Scott, 6rbitro
honorario; la seriorita Carol Streeman, Reina de los Relevos, acompanada de Tom Perantie; la
seforita Rochelle Equdin, de Ia corte de la Reina, acompahiada de Paul Brooks; y Betty Van
Dyke, tambi6n.de la corte, dcompafiada de Ed Wilder, capitAn del equipo de f6tbol de 1~2.


IP(DM


SsPIILLWAY


Febreras 8 de 1963


PAgina Tres




Febrero 8 de 1963


SPA L LWA Y


PAginia Cuatro


CALENHARIO HE EVENTS

Febrero 1-18-60 Afos de Pintura Panamefia, Exposici6n de cuadros de
Manuel Amador, Humberto Ivaldi, Beatrix Bricefio, Cons-
tancia Calder6n, Alberto Dutary, Adriano Herreraba-
rria -y Guillermo Trujillo. Libreria Cultural Panamefa.
Diariamente hasta el 18 de febrero.
Febrero 2-10-Feria Anual del Colegio Javier en Panama.
Febrero 6-15-Exposici6n de obras del pjntor norte-americano.
Roger Vail. Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norteamericana. 'Ave.-
Peril y Calle 39. Inauguraci6n mi6rcoles 6 a las 5:30 p.m.
Febrero 7-10-Torneo Abierto de Golf por premios de $11,000
con participaci6n de los m'ns famosos profesio-
nales del -nemisferio. Club de Golf oe Panama.
Febrere 8 13-Serie de Baseball' del Caribe. Estadio Olimpico
de Panama.
Febrero 12 Festival Folkl6rico en Tole.
Febrero 21-Baile pre-carnestol6ndico en el Club .de Oficiales de Fuer-
te Amador a las 8 p.m.
Febrero 22 Feriado. Natajicio de Jorge Washington.
Febrero 22-Coronaci6n de la Reina de Atlantico (Zona del Canal) en
Breakers Club; 7:30 p.m.
Febrero 23-Coronaci6n de la Reina del Carnaval de Panama.
Febrero 24-Desfile de la Pollera en la Avenida Central.
Febrero 25-Desfile de Comparsas por la Avenida Central.
Febrero 26-Desfile del Martes Carnaval.
Febrero 27-Mi6rcoles de Ceniza.
AMarzo 16-17-Torneo de la Liga de Softball del Pacifico.
Marzo 19-Fiestas de San Josd en David, El Valle, Montijo, Pedasi, Pe-
s6, Soni y Told.
Marzo 30-Torneo de la Liga de Softball en Gamboa.
Abril 2-Fiestas de San Francisco Paul en La Chorrera y en Rio de
Jesuis (Veraguas).
Abril 2 al 6-Fiestas de San Toribio en Nombre de Dios.
Abril 6-7-Torneo Internacional de Softball.
Abril 20-Fiesta de Nuestra Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro, en Anton.




Ruby Thelma Bacot Se



Perfila Como Reina

La sejiorita Ruby Thelma Bacot, de Altos de Curundu, del
Sector Pacifico de la Zona del Canal, tiene seria rival en la gana.
dora del primer escrutinio sefiorita Sandra Salonick, de Fueite
Clayton. Ambas encantadoras damitas podrian, sin embargo, lle-
varse una, sorpresa de parte de alguna de las otras contendientes
por la Corona cuando se verifique el tercer y ultimo escrutinio.




La dispute por la Corona del Sector, Atlntico tambien se per-
fila muy refiida. Mafiana se celebrarin escrutinios que podran
dar la media del respaldo con que cuenta cada una de las lindas
candidates.


- LA INI EN LAINC. I A


ALEJANDRO RAMBOA tiene mas de 50 aftos
al servicio del Canal de Panama y es chofer en
la Divisi6 de Transporte y Terminales desde
1941, donde acft6a a veces com6 asistente del des-
pachador. Ramboa dice con orgullo que ha lle-
vado en su autom6vil a grandes personalidades
como Gobernadores, Congresistas, Generales, etc.
En 1909 trabaj6 con el Municipio de Gatfn, lu.
gar done naci6, pasando luego a la Divisi6n
de Esclusas en 1941 y al Ferrocarril de Panama
en 1915. Ramboa vive en la Barriada Domingo
Diaz, es casado, tiene tres hijos y cuatre
nietos.


HADDON WYNTER es un veteran emplea.
do del Canal de Panama, con 39 afios de ser-
vicio sobre sus hombros. Es actualmente *pera-
dor de lanchas en la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, .. ..
con la cual lleva 37 afios de estar trabajando, en
Balboa. Anteriormente trabaj6 con la Divisi6n
Mecanica, Divisi6n de Abastos y el Ferrocarril .
de Panama. En las lanchas que opera, ha Ileva-
do funcionarios y pasajeros particulares a Ta- '***. ...
boga, asi como tambi6n a los pricticos del Ca- -
nal de Panama a Flamenco para que aborden
lois barcos que van a cruzar las esclusas. Es solte-
Sro y no piensa en el matrimonio por ahora. N-


Uno de los capitanes del Re-
molcador Gorgona II del Ca-
nal de Panama. es John G.
Carlson, quien Ileva 9 afios al
servicio del Canal de Panama
en la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
Su labor es lievar y sacar bar-
cos en los muelles, asi eomo
tambi4n Ilevarlos hacia la en-
trada de las esclusas. Tiene 7
tripulantes bajo sus 6rdenes. Es
oriundo de Marion, Massachus-
setts. Es casado. tiene 3 hijos
y reside en Balboa.


El emlleado estadounddense
mas antiguo (no en edad) de
la Capitania del Puerto de Bal-
boa, es Rosco M. Collins, Ca-
piton de la Rada, quien tiene
29 anfios de servicios con la Di-
visio6n de Navegaci6n del Ca-
nal de Panama. Su empleo ini-
cial fue como timonel de lan-
chas, despues de haber sido
licenciado en la Marina, con
la cual vino, al [stmo en 1929.
En 1954 fue nombrado Capitan
de la Rada. Es oriundo de Or-
leans, Indiana, es casado, tie-
ne un hijo y reside en Diablo
Heights, todo lo cual aparece
junto a su foto en "PEOPLE IN
THE SPOTLIGHT" en la sec-
ci6n ing~esa.


Impreso en La Estrella de Panama


- PROGRAMS DE TELEVISION


Prograinaci6n
de Canal 4-12

LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Pdjaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00. Closes Aritmdtica
Elemental
4:30 La Cocina en' Tele-
vision
5:00 Muiercitas
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 La Ley del .Rev6l-
ver
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
8:00 La Legi6n Extranje-
ta
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 Adi6s Amor Mio
(novela)
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Bas-
troe
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30. La Cocina en Tele-
vision
5:00 Mujercitas
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Yogi Bear
7:00 Noticias
7:30' 'Estudio Pepsi
8:00 El Marmes a las 8
-(vivoa ,musical)
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 'Adios Amor Mio
9:30, ,El Tercer Hombre
10:00, La Cuerda Floia
10:30. Noticias

-MIERCOLES
11:30 'Alegrias Inafntiles
12:15' Dtario do a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas lardes
4:00 Closes Arltmktica
Elemental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
-00 Mujercitas


5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
f730
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:30


Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Lanceros de Benga-
la
Noticias
Jim de la Selva
C6micos y Cancio-
nes
Borrasca
Adi6s Amor Mio
Dr. Kildare
Noticias


JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jinoetes de la Pra-
dera
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele,
vision
5:00 Mujercitas
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Lassie
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Loretta Young
8:00 La Hora Orange
Crush
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 Adi6s Amor Mio
9:30 Dimensi6n Descono-
cida
10:00 Mr. Lucky
10:30 Noticias

VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 let Jackson
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes,
4:00 Closes Aritm6tica
Elemental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
5:00 Muiercitas
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Palrulla de Puerto
S6:30 Revilver a la Or-
den
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 El Show de Max
Factor
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 Adi6s Amor Mio
9:30 Los Intocables
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias

SABADO
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 El lanero Solila-
r40


12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30 Noticiero Femenino
2:00 Muiercitas
4:00 Documental
4:30-La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
5:00 Club Iniantil Tele-
vito
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Investigador .Sub-
marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticias

DOMINGO
10:15 Pelicula
10:00 Todo por la Patria
10:30 La Comedia Silente
11:00 Salvese quien pue-
da
11:30 Hazafias del Espa-
cio
12:00 Inspector Leclerc
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:00 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Iniantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Patrulla de Caminos
7:00 Bonanza
8:00 Jefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelicula


Programacion
del Canal 2
LUNES
12:00 Dick Tracy
12:30 Noticias
.12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Forq 7
2:00 Teleteatro
4:00 Reportajes Mundie-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de 19
Mujer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:05 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Vikingos
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Lawman
7:30 Estrellas de Holly-
wood
8:00 77 Sunset Strip
9:00 Foro de Opini6n
Publica
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleptep,"
MARTES
12:00 Dibujos Animad9s
12:30 otlcias


12:45S Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
4:00 Reportajes Mundiales
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
jer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrelli-
tas
6:05 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Enredos do Pa-
blito
6:45 Noticias
7:30 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami
7:00 Show de Blanquita
Amaro
8:00 Caravana
9:00 La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

MIERCOLES
12:00 Popeye
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
4:00 Reportajes Mundia.
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
Jer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:05 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Ramar de la Selva
6:45 !ioticias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Rey de Diamantes
8:00 Surf Side 6.
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Un Paso al M6s
AIIa
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Lucha Libre

JUEVES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semaonal
1:30 Fero 7
2:00 TeleteatrG
4:00 Reportajer Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
ier
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:05 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Panamefio Paname-
ino
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Sala de Proyecci6ni
7:30 Mis Tres Hlios
8:00 La Nueva Genera-
ci6n
9:00 PB-,linger de Chicao
-:3ft Peter Gunn


10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teletectro


2:00
12:30
12:45
1:00
1:30
2:00
4:00
4:30
4:45
5:30
6:05
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:00
S:00
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:15


12:00
12:30
12:45
1:00
1:30
2:00
3:45
4:45
5:30
6:05
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:30
V:00
9:00

10:00
, 10:15


10:00
10:30
11:00

12:00
12:45
2:00
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:30
7:00
7:30

9:00


VIERNES
El Cegato Magoo
Noticias
Pension Leocadia
Cine Serie Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
Beportaies Mundia-
les
Avances
El Mundo de la Mu-.
jer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Barcmanda Hipica
Flecha Rota
Noticias
Los Picapiedra
Alfred Hitchcock
Boris Karloif
Markham
Papa Soltero
Noticias
Teleteatro

SABADO
Dibuios Animados
Noticias
Cine Aqul y All&
Cine Serie Semanal
Reportaies Mundia-
los
Teleteatro
Sarao de Tevedos
El Mundo de la Mu-
jet
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Sr. Fiscal
Noticias
Steve Canyon
Robin
Ben Casey
Aventureros de l
Mississippi
Noticias
Teleteatro

DOMINGO
Una Luz en el Ca-
mino
La Scanta Misa
El Expreso de la
Alegria
Dibujos Animados'
Talentos, S. A.
Teleteatro
Los Paracaidistas
Cuentos de Wells
Forgo
Supercar
Maverick
Jttolo Royal
Este es McGraw
El Hombre de la
APedrez Fatal
Teleteatro


' Ct^


EDWARD BARNEYY) BAR-
I.OW, antiguo Superintendente
de las Esclusas de Miraflores,
t'olvi6 a visitarlas con un grupo
ce funcionarios de la Via Mari-
tLma dei San Lorenzo, recor-
dlando sus dias cuando atendia
a dignatarios que visitaban esas
esclusas, entire ellos, Su Ma-
jestad la Reina isabel II, de
Inglaterra. Durance los 40 afios
que trabaj6 con el Canal de
Tanama. Barlow se constituy6
en uina autoridad sobre various
aspects de la via Interocei-
rica, siendo frecuentemente so-
licitado como Conferencista y
guia. Al retirarse en 1956
acept6 el cargo de Jefe de
Operaciones del San Lawrence
Seaway en Massiena, pero
actualmente estAi ubilado.

JOHN G. CARLSON, .ex-capi-
tAn de la balsa Presidente Roo-
sevelt, capitanea actualmente el
remolcador Gorgona II, que ayu-
da-a las naves que entran a la
bahia de Balboa, remolcAndolas
par el 2anal de navegaci6n ha-
cia las esclusas. Su tripulaci6n
consiste de un contramaestre y
5 mariners.
Carlson casacro y con 2 hi-
jos y una hija vino al Istmo
en noviembre de 1953 y reside
al present en Balboa con su
esposa y familiar. Su hijo mayor,
Christian, es marcador de tiem-
po de' la Divisi6n de Esclusas,
sector Pacifico; planea viaie por
bote a las islas del Sud-Pacifico.
John, el otro hijo, estudia en la
Escuela Superior de Balboa y la
hija, Johanna, en la pre-secun-
daria de Balboa.



La Curvatura



de Un Puente

Hace algunas semanas el
SPILLWAY se refiri6 al puen-
te de Gamboa, calificandolo de
"sinuoso", debido a su cuxva
de 6 grades que provoca 5
vueltas distintas. La cr6nica no
seial6 conclusions, pero si al-
gunas opinions de veterans
ingenieros.
Un amable lector, cuyo nom-
bre nos reservamos a solicitud
expresa suya, nos facility co-
pia de tesis sostenida por el
antiguo ingeniero del Canal,
R. C. Sheldon, en la Universi-
dad. de Ohio Northern en 1933,
a sabei':
S.-"PUENTE DE GAMBOA:-
El present puente a traves de
un brazo del Rio Chagres, en
el lago de Gamboa, fue el pri-
mero edificado "al seco", cru-
zando uinicamente el cio. Con-
siste en una armaz6n de 200
pies, conectada con 13 vigas de
80 pies. Una caracteristica
peculiar a este puente es su
alineamiento curvado. Esa cur-
vatura fue necesaria para lle-
gar a las cimicntos de las ba-
ses. Se hizo necesario constrtr
(esos cimicntos) sobre el ri
en sistema de enreiajl".




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