Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
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 21, 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 )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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: VID00395
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)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


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a standard to



wAiclh the wise


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honest


can repair.


George Washington to fram-
ers of the Constitution meeting
in Philadelphia, May 1787.


Vol. 1 No. 36 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1963


Coronation Friday
. . el e


For Queen

In a picturebook setting Queen ed on her head
Lauray I, who is Miss Lauray Atlantic Side Car
Will of Margarita, will be Hazel Kirkland.
crowned Canal Zone Atlantic Canal. Zone G
Side 1963 Carnival Queefi on Mrs. Robert J.
Friday evening, February '22, and dignitaries'
at the Breakers Club in Coco Colon, and the Ca
Solo. The crown will be plac- been invited to


Lauray

coronation ceremony and the
by the 1962 dance to follow.
rnival Queen, The Ambassadors Orchestra
will play for dancing, and a
governor and Conjunto Tipico will entertain
Fleming. Jr., during the evening with typical
of Panama, songs and dances of Panama.
nal Zone have Queen Lauray I will have as
attend the the Princesses of her court the
Misses Nellie Patton, Jessica
Nichols, Kristine Sanford, Lydia
Moya, Karen Middleton, and
Livia Lippincott.
Professor Domingo Domin-
-~. guez will invite Queen Lauray
to dance the first dance with
.- .him and the two will perform
the tamborito.
Professor Dominguez and his
daughter will present a dance
program during the evening's
entertainment, for which Ed-
ward Parker is to be master
of .ceremonies. Bill Hollowell
will act as court jester. ,
Dancing will continue' to 4
a.m.


Carnival music is in the air,
North Americans and Panama-
nians walk with a Carnival lilt
to their steps, and Carnival
events take top listing the next
few days from one end of' the
Isthmus to the other.
On the Pacific side of the
Canal Zone, the Balboa High
School Carnival Dance will be
held at the Tivoli Guest House
on Thursday night. A pre
Carnival dance will be held at
8 p.m. at the Fort Amador Of-
ficers Open Mess.
Coronation of Canal Zone
Pacific Side Latin American
Carnival Queen Vilma Henry
also wHl take place on Thurs.
day, at 8:,30 p.m., in the Santa
Cruz Civic Center.
A Carnival Dance will be
given by the Panama Canal
Carnival Committee at the Ti-
voli Guest House on Friday
evening, February 22.
February 23-26, Carnfval is
in full swing in the Canal Zone
and Panama. highlighted by


Queen Ann Kaska
Balboa High School
the Carnival parade on Feb. 26.
On the Atlantic side of the
Canal Zone, the coronation of
the Atlantic Side Canal Zone
1963 Carnival Queen Lauray
Will on Friday evening at the
Breakers Club. Coco Solo, will
start the Atlantic side's round
of Carnival events.
With -a "liberal leave" policy
in effect for the four-day Car-
nival period, many Zonians are
expected to forsake their jobs
temporarily to take part in the
festivities.


QUEEN LAURAY WILL
ATLANTIC SIDE


QUEEN RUBY BACON
PACIFIC-SIDE


QUEEN EJLAfNE ASBURY
Cristobal High School


QUEEN ANA L
PANAMA


PILL WAY


Carnival



Tlelme, 9 s.Here










Pane TWO SPILL WAY February 21, 1963


"Twas A Long Walk,


But They Made It


There's a long, long, trail
a'winding.
And if President Kennedy
thinks that physical fitness ap-
plies only to young and vigorous
employees living in.temperate
climates, he is wrong.
This wee' two Canal Zone
fire officers proved that they
are every bit as fit as the


congressional secretaries who
walked 32 miles in Washington,
D. C.
Capt. Ray Wheeler of the
Balboa Fire Station and Sgt.
Marion Green of the Corozal
Fire Station completed a 50-
mile Trans-Isthmian hike which
they started at midnight Mon-
day from the Balboa station


Dry Season's Not


The start of the 1962-63 dry
season had most of the char-
acteristics of a dry season.
Except it wasn't dry.
It started, officially, Decem-
ber 25, but was broken by a
moderate "Norther"- that caus-
ed general rains over the Isth-
mus January 6 to 10. Rainfall
totals ran up to 7:15 inches. at
Gatun, for January, and were
as much as 4.12 inches above
normal at.-Madden Dam.
The high-altitude westerly
wind streams that flow across
the United States changed from
their normal pattern to a more
north-south direction, Chief
Hydrographer W. H. Esslinger
reports, pulling cold Artie air
southward over the United
States, causing one of the cold-
est winters on record.
This had the/effect of up-
setting and displacing the belt
of northeasterly trade winds
that usually prevail over the
Isthmus during the dry season,


with local showers occurring.
Although surface winds were
scarcely strong enough to fall
into the "Norther" category,
strong winds at high levels
carried an outbreak of polar
air southward to thle Carib-
bean and reached the Isthmus.
From the standpoint of States
observers, if January weather
had been normal here, in view
of the abnormal weather there,
we wouldn't have been entitled
to it.

-* -
OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
Miraflores Locks ......... 1997.
Gatun Locks ............ $44
Las Cruces, 6 trips ..... 755
Iteina Manu elita, 3
trips ........... ..... 61
Passengers Ships, 2, 214
passengers ........... 214


Darien Story



Now At Library


The Canal Zone Library has
added "The Story of the Scottish
Settlement in the Darien (1S8-
1'79) and Its Importanee in British
History" to its Panama Collection,
courtesy of British Amba stador to
Panama G. E. Vaughan, who
wrote the account.
As explained by Ambassador
Vaughan in a note on the title
page, the publication is "an
improved version of a lecture
liven in Spanish at the University
of Panama on Friday, the 15th of
June, 1962, and subsequently
published in Panama in 'Loteria,'
Volume VII, No. 18, of August
1962."


The subject of the paper is, in
the words of Ambassador
Vaughan, "the attempt of the
Scots to found a Colony on the
Atlantic coast of the Darien...'"
Ambassador Vaughan'setreat-
ment of the subject matter is
unique in that he says the found-
ing of the colony "was much
more important in the history of
Great Britain than in the history
of the New World on account of
the hostility that it aroused at the
time -between England and Scot-
land, and of the fundamental
change in the constitutional rela-
tions of the two countries brought
about thereby."


and ended at 12:34 p.m. Tues-
day at the Mount Hope station.
The two men. who might be
classed as middle aged (over
40), came to the end of the
long trek with no more serious
effects than sore feet, normal
fatigue and a rousing appetite.
The stiff muscles may come
later.
Capt. Wheeler and Sgt. Green
traveled light. For energy they
carried candy and cookies and
for protection flashlights.
They claim they stopped along
the way only long enough to
purchase a cold soda or two.
Despite the fact that they fol-
lowed the Trans-Isthmian high-
way, they were offered only
one ride-possibly by a; local
resident who has not heard of
President Kennedy's physical
fitness program.
So far Capt. Wheeler and
Sgt. Green are the only men
in the Canal Zone Fire Division
to test their physical stamina
in this dramatic manner. There
may be others, however, in the
Canal organization who plan to
do so.
\If so, the two hikers have
the following advice to offer:
Take short hikes first. Don't
try the whole fifty-mile jaunt
until you get in condition. Then
plan to take'two days off to
rest up. At least that is what
the two fire officers plan to do.


What do you know about Radio
Free Europe? Following are 10 of
the most frequently ask e d
questions about RFE's operations:
1. What is RFE's audience?
Using 28 powerftil transmitters in
West Germany and Portugal, RFE
blankets the -Communist-dominat-
ed countries of East Europe:
Poland, Czechoslovalkia, Hungary,
Romania and Bulgaria.
2. What does RFE broadcast?
Ne ws and analysis comprise
almost 50% of RFEs program
schedule. Other broadcasts round
out RFE's "total programming"
format: religious services, music,
dram a, programs of special
interest to youth, women, farmers,
workers, and material banned or
distorted by the Communists.
3. Is RFE jammed? The Com-


CANAL ZONE LIBRARY INAUGURATES CHARGE PLATE
SYSTEM Mrs. Jeannine Scott, circulation assistant at the Canal
Zone Main Library, is.shown'/operating the first automatic book
charging machine on the Isthmus, which was put into operation
this week. Mrs. Virginia McCue (right), circulation supervisor,
looks on as a Deader's card is processed.
There are two of the automatic book charging machines at
the Canal Zone Main Library. They serve not only to ,peed up
book charging and return, but will totally eliminate mistakes
in copying borrowers' numbers.


munists try to jam, but RFE gets
through 90% of the time -
thanks to the use of powerful
transmitters, multiple frequencies
and repeat broadcasts.
4. Is RFE effective? Recent
interviews with 2,500 refugees and
visitors from behind the Iron
Curtain, revealed the majority of
the East Europeans are "regular"
listeners. Of all the Western net-
works, RFE was called most po-
pular and most influential.
5. Who supports RFE? YOU and
millions of your fellow Amer-
icans. RFE is private, non-govern-
ment. It is your personal way of
fighting Communist propaganda
and helping 80,000,000 captive
people denied the right of a free
press.
6. How much is deducted for
fund-raising? Nothing. Since all of
RFE's fund-raising expenses are
separately financed, every penny
of your contribution is used in
sending truth behind the Iron
Curtain.
7. Who founded RFE? Gen. Lu-
cius Clay and a group of prom-
inent Americans founded RFE in
1950. In the same year, Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower launched
the first RFE fund drive among
the American people.
8. Why have a private net-
work? RFE is not encumbered by


considerations that can hamper
an official government network.
The Soviets cannot make official
demands that the U.S. govern-
ment stop RFE because RFE is
not under government control.
9. How does RFE hurt the
Reds? RFE helps to keep the
captive people on our side. By
giving them the truth, RFE also
helps the East Europeans to resist
Communist pressures. RFE is one
reason the Soviets must tie up
445,000 troops in East Europe to
keep the captive people under
control.
10. Who endorses RFE? Pre-
sident Kennedy, former Pre-
sidents Eisenhower and Truman
and over 70 national organizations
(including The American Legion,
VFW and their ladies' auxiliaries)
are among enthusiastic sup
porters.


Korean refugees can now
build durable homes for less
than $100 with simple-made
earth-blocks manufactured by a
machine developed and loaned
to refugees and destitute fam-
ilies by the American-Korean
Foundation. .You can h e Il
through your Federal Service
Joint Crusade.


And They Built


A Crooked Bridge


I. Q. FAIZI, world lecturer for Baha'is is shown at Miraflores Locks with Donald Witzell, secret.
ry of the National Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is of the Republic of Panama, and Fred Berest, of
the Canal one Service, Mr. Faizi, as a chief steward of Baha'i World Faith spok e in
Panama and visited the San Bias Islands while here. He left by plane Tuesday for points in Cen-
tral America amnd Mexico before proceeding to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Japan, Burma, In-
dia, Pakistan and the Holy I and. A Persian, he now resides in Haifa, Israel. Mr. Faizi has made
two fours of South America and has toured India many times. He speaks Persian, Arabic, French
and English.


- Some weeks ago, the SPILL-
WAY ran an article on the ques-
tion of why the Gamboa Bridge
has such a curve in it. The
article reached no conclusions,
but offered a number of pos-
sible explanations posed by
Canal engineers.
Now comes a faithful reader,
who asks not to be mentoined
by name, and quotes a thesis
on the Panama Railroad which
R. C. sheldon, onetime Canal
engineer, presented to Ohio
Northern University in 1933.
We quote:
"Gamboa Bridge: The pre-


sent bridge across the Chagres
River Arm of the lake at Gam-
boa was first built in the dry,
crossing only the river.
"It consists of a 200-foot
through .... truss, connected
with thirteen 80 foot girders. An
unusual feature of thigh bridge
is its curved alignment., "
"This curve arrangement was
necessary to get foundations for
the piers. It was necessary to
build those falling in the river
on grillage piers."
And, thus, the word of an
engineer who made a scholarly
study of the matter.


Radio Free Europe Offers


Freedom's Story To Millions


February 21, 1963


S P I L L W A Y


Page TWO






Fs~hruarv 21 1963 SPILIWAY PageThr~


Typical scene at lest year's Ancon Go-Kart races


Ancon Go-Kart Races


To Be Next Weekend


The Isthmian Kart Club races
scheduled fo r Saturday an d
b'uaday March 2-3, will include


a number of special events, in-
cluding a special junior event,
start at 1 30 p.m. both day.


New League At Paraiso


The Pacific Divisional Softball
League organized this week and
announced that play will start
on March 2. with weekly games
to start at 5 p.m. and Saturday
games at 10 a.m.
Five teams have signed for
participation in the League,
which will play at the Paraiso
field. Other teams interested in
participating are urged to at-
tend a meeting at 10 a.m. this
Saturday at the Paraiso field,
and see George Griffith, who is
in charge.
Teams represented so far are
Air Force, Supply Division,
Comptroller's Office, Army
Transportation, and Fort Clay-
ton Indians.


Accountants Group

Tourneys Set Friday
The annual Federal Govern-
ment Accountants Association
golf and bridge tournament will
he held at the Panama Golf
and Country Club this Friday,
starting at 7:30 a.m.
Gov. Robert J. Fleming. Jr.,
and several members of his
staff will participate.
There will be a buffet and
dancing during the lunch hour.
Trophies and prizes will be
distributed during the luncheon,
according to the scores.


The races are to be held at the
rear of the Civil Affairs Building
in Ancon. Residents of Panama
add the Canal Zone are invited to
attend both days, with weekend
tickets available at sI each- for
adults and 50 cents for children
12 to 1I years of age. Refresh-
ments will be sold during the
events.
The time trials will start at 1:45
p.m. on Saturday, followed by a
trophy dash with six of the fastest
cars competing for a special
trophy donated by a Panama
merchant. A series of heat races
and the special junior event will
follow the trophy dash.
On Sunday afternoon, all
entrants will compete in the semi-
main, consolation, and main
events for top honors.
Those competing will include
Waynie Lewis, driving a revamped
McCullough Kart, Tom Arms-
trong, Larry Gramlick, Rudy An-
drade, and a number of other
participants.
Ample free parking is available
for those attending.


Ismael Laguna, Panama ban-
tamweight champion and a con-
tender for the world champion-
ship crown in his division, will
meet Juanito Ramirez Mexico's
featherweight champion, on Fri-
day night at Panama's Olympic
Stadium. Ramirez is fifth in
the world classification in his
class.
The match, which is expect-
ed to last 10 rounds, will be
the first for Laguna with a
fighter in the featherweight di-
vision.
Laguna will leave a few days
after the fight for Manila in


Horse Show


At Albrook

Tomorrow
Albrook Air Force Base and
the Albrook Riding Club will
sponsor a horse show this Friday
at the Albrook Riding Club
grounds on Road C-12, with the
iurundu. Fort. Koobe. Pacific.
and Albrook riding clubs par-
ticipating.
The show will start at 10 a.m.
and continue to 4 p.m. with
English events scheduled for the
morning hours and western
events and four-bar jumping from
1 to 4 p.m. Classes will be. in age
groups 6-11 and 12-19 with a
special class for children 3-5.
Judges will be William Jayce,
F. S. Rudishiem, and Mrs. Clarise
Hanum. Timers will be members
from the participating Olubs and
Col. Thomas L. Crystal will serve
as Ringmaster. Trophies and rib-
bons will be awarded-
The Albrook Teen Club will
supply refreshments. Admittance
will be 50 cents for adults and 25
cents for children, with no charge
for children under five years of
age.


the Philippines, where he has
a two fight contract. In his
first match there he will meet
Philippine fighter Leo Espinosa.
His second opponent has not
been announced.
Friday night's program will
start at 8:30.


Michigan Man


Hopes To Box


Laguna Soon
Auburn Copeland of Flint,
Michigan, second-ranking con-
tender for the Junior Light-
weight World Championship,
won an unanimous decision
over Berisford Francis, Pan-
ama Featherweight Champion,
in a 10-round fight Sunday
night Ln Panama National Gym-
nasium.
Copeland held the lead after
the fifth round. The North
American boxer hopes to meet
soon with Ismael Laguna, Pan-
ama Bantamweight Champion,
who now is boxing Feather-
weights due to lack of contend-
ers in his own class.

PACIFIC SOFTBALL'
Games scheduled for the com-
ing week in the Pacific Soft-
ball League are as follows:
Monday, Feb.- 25-Abernathy-
Unisports vs. Fort Clayton;
Pan Liquido vs. Navy (Rod-
man); Tuesday, Feb. 26-White
Horse vs. Radio Philips; Wed-
nesday, Feb. 27-Fort Clayton
vs. Pan Liquido, Navy vs. Ra-
dio Philips (Rodman); Thurs-
day. Feb. 28-White Horse vs.
Abernathy Unisports; Friday,
March 1-Radio Philips vs. Pan
Liquido, Navy vs. Fort Clayton
(Rodmian.)


Panama Fishing


In Magazine *


Panama's abundance of sport
fishing is highlighted in an il-
lustrated article in this month's
issue of Salt Water Sportsman,.
a 'Stateside magazine with a
circulation of approximately
55,000.
The article was written by
C.W. Kit ey, Superintendent of
the Canal's Service Center
Branch, ,who writes as a, spare-
time endeavor.,
Kilbey deals primarily with
the marlin which have been
landed from Panama waters, al-
though ne notes that "there has
been much sport fishing in Pa-
nama Bay for such fish as dol-
phin, corbina, amberjack, wa-
hoo, snapper, and sailfish."
He says Dr. H. W. Mitten, Sr.,
since deceased but at one time
a dentist in the Canal Zone,
landed a black marlin of about
250 pounds in 1930, in what is
believed to be one of the early
catches ct such fish locally.
He traces the development of
the marlin-fishing sport here
since that time, detailing the
efforts ol the Schmidt family -
Louis, Sr., Louis, Jr., John, and
Theodore -to develop ways
ard means of catching more of
the marlin.
Kilbey reports that in 1936,
George F. Baker, Jr., of New
York cime to Panamo on a visit
and was taken on a trip to the
Pearl Island by the Sehmidts.
While there, Baker landed a
e22-pound black marlin, the
record at that time.
He also takes note of the 967-
pound Jblack marlin which was
aauled ashore near Fort Awa-


lor in 1937 and the whopping
1.006-pound marlin which the
Schmidts boated in 1949. then
details some of the more recent
catches, including those of conD
firmed Panama Bay-fishermen,
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Robinson ol
Key West. Fla., and mentions
the construction of a fishing
camp at the Pinas Bay anchor-
age by Ray Smith of Texas.


Lauded Stateside


17 Records

Have Been

Made Here


SNewspap
The new Club de Pesca built
and operated by Texan Ray
Smith on the shore of Panama's
Pinas Bay was the subject of a
series of articles in the Miamni
Herald this past week ,by a
former Zonian, Vic Dunaway,
son of J: D. Dunaway, Post-
master at Rodman.
'The Miami Herald .reporter,.
along with writers Tom McNally /


The following world records made in Pacific waters of the Republic of Panama as
of September 1962 have been authenticated by the Internacional Game Fish Association:
12 LB. TEST
Amberjack 70 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1956 Wilbert Harborn
Sailfish 159 Lbs. Pi6as Bay 1957 J. Frank Baxter
20 LB. TEST
Marlin, Black 290 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1962 J. Frank Violette
30 LB. TEST
Bass 277 Lbs. Perlas Islands 195Y Edward W. Gorham
Marlin, Blue 150 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1959 J. Lee Cuddy
Sawfish 644 Lbs. Panama Bay 1961 Jack D. Wagner
50 LB. TEST
Marlin, Silver 209 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1954 S. L. Torian
Sawfish 721 Lbs. Ft. Amador 1960 Jack D. Wagner
80 LB. TEST
Marlin, Silver 466 Lbs. Cocos Pt. 1958 Paul M. Fletcher
Sawfish 890V2 Lbs. Ft. Amador 1960 Jack D. Wagner
ALL TACKLE
Sawfish 890V2 Lbs. Ft. Amador 1960 Jack D. Wagner
WOMEN'S 50 LB. TEST
Marlin, Black 584V2 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1962 Helen Robinson
WOMEN'S 80 LB. TEST
Amberjack 106V2 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1960 Helen Robinson
Marlin, Black 796 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1961 Helen Robinson
WOMEN'S 130 LB. TEST
Amberjack 81 Lbs. Pifias Bay 1960 Mildred Warden
Sailfish Pacific 116 Lbs. Panama Bay 1955 Velma A. Bmwkhart
WOMEN'S ALL TACKLE
Amberjack 106% L/bs. Pifias Bay 1960 Helen Robinson


t4 the Chicago Tribune and
Jennings Culley of the Rich-
menrod News-Leader, visited the
Pinas Bay fishing club about
two weeks ago and wrote sev-
eral articles on the fishing and
the club..
Smith. the owner of the'club,
spent more than a half-million
dollars to build the club. He
told Dunaway. "I figured this
had to be the world's best fish-
ing hole, particularly for mar-
lin."
* In one of his reports. Dun-
away described the prevalence
of dolphin in the Pinas Bay
waters, commenting: "We
tangled so steadily with husky
dolphin that eventually we
would emit a cheer whenever
*a bonito r something else man-
aged to beat the dolphin to our
leres."
The new fishing club boasts
completely air-conditioned cot-
tages, as well as a restaurant
and bar. along with 30 and 33-
foot fishing boats.
Early this week. a twin-
engine amphibian plane owned
and operated by the club was
christened in ceremonies at To-
cumen Airport. The plane is to
be used to carry the club's pa-
trons to and from the Pinas
Bay club site. One-way flight
time is 45 minutes.
Balboa Pool To Close
The Balboa Swimming Pool
will be closed for cleaning on
Monday, February 25. RegWlar
pool hours wi be resumed on
tuesday, Febraury 26.


1 1. ; ,':


Laguna Ramirez



Fight Friday


I S P I L L W A Y Page Three


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SPILLWAY


February 21, 1963


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'I


PEOPLE Wi N THE SPOLIGHT


JACK SULLIVAN, lead foreman Locks main-
tenance, Is a newcomer to the Isthmus, having
arrived in the Canal Zone only a month ago, on
January 21, for the locks overhaul job.
This is his first time on the Isthmus, and he
says he likes the life here.
He was born in Mount Olive, Mississippi. In
the States he was engaged in construction iron
work and in structural steel..He was working out
of New Orleans when he heard of the locks over-
haul job here and the job opportunities and
here he is.
.He is married, but is living In bachelor
quarters on Balboa Road for the time being.
His wife and three children, who all are in school,
are still in the United States.


The piledriver might some-
day lose its unenviable reputa-
tion as a synonym for annoying.
harmful noise. A, sonic device
that operates at fairly low fre-
quencies moves piles into the
earth by resonating rather than
by repeated heavy blows.
The new type piledriver can
sink any type of foundation
piling 20 times faster than the
conventional steam hammer.
The sonic vibrations cause al-
ternate elongation and contrac-
tion of the ground end of the
pile 90 or more times a sec-
ond, moving earth and stones
out of the way.


Holding school in a tent is
rough, but Korean refugee com-
munities want schools badly, so
the American-Korean Founda-
tion furnrshes tents, permanent
buildings when possible. Help
AKF through your Federal
Service Joint Crusade.
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The -Santa Monica (Calif.)
Outlook printed the following
news item: ". . foresters
learned a substance they were
using as an extinguisher was
actually speeding up the rate
of burning. This kind of ex-
perience has brought out the
need for further research. ."


S'














.Elward Frampton_


Under the heading "Gente en
)a Noticia" in the Spanish sec-
tion, you will find three other
"People in the Spotlight."
Lincoln G. Gordon, who has
been with the Canal for 19
years, is, a stockman in the
Storehouse Branch of the Sup-
p.ly Division. Like many of his
fellow stockmen, he is an ex-
pert at remembering the stock
numbers of the many items in
bis section.. Married and the
father of two children, he lives
in Juan Diaz.
Ivan E. Haywood, a dispatch-
er with the Transportation Di-
vision in Ancon, has been with
the Canal for 22 years, includ-
ing 10 years as"a chauffeur in
the Trnsportation Division. He
became a dispatcher four years
ago. Married and the father of
four children, he lives in Parai-
so
Salomon Pinida, shown oper-
ating a jackhammer on the Mi-
raflores Locks overhaul job, is
the subject ot a second picture
in the Spanish section designed
to show that operating a jack-
hammer can be a shaking ex-
perience. The Page 1 picture of
Pinida is a photographer's trick
to syiiwiize his work.


EDWARD FRAMPTON, a native of the
Pennsylvania coal-mining region, has been on
the Isthmus for more than 30 years and with
the Panama- Canal for 24 years. He first
came to Panama with the Army in 1932, but
left military service in 1937 to -accept a
civilian job with the Army. After a year in
that job and another year in Panama as an
automobile salesman, he joined the Panama
Canal in 1939,
His first employment was with the former
Municipal Division, ror which he worked five
years before transferring to the Mechanical
Division in 1944 as. a marine rigger. He stay-
ed with the Mechanical Division until 1957,
when he transferred to the Locks.Division as
a lock operator craneman.
The current overhaul at Miraflores Locks
is 'the third major overhaul on which he has
worked. His wife, Stella, is personnel clerk
and chief timekeeper at Gorgas Hospital,
They live in Panama and Frampton is. active
in the Balboa Lions Club.


Gen. Bogart To Speak At JC


Maj. Gen. Theodore F. Bogart
has accepten the invitation of
the Canal Zone Junior College
chapter of Phi Theta Kappa,
national honorary scholastic
fraternity, to be guest speaker
at the general college assemnb-
ly for ail students on Friday,
March 1. in Balboa High School
Auditorium.
Phi Theta Kappa is the recog-
nized national fraternity for
students in accredited junior
colleges of the United States
whose over-all gradi averages
place them in the upper 10
per cent of all full-time students
enrolled. This year the local
college will have more students
to be initiated than ever before
in the 18-year history of the
chapter
The "mid-winter initiation-as-


sembly" is one of the highlights
of the college year, and all
parents and interested friends
are invited to attend. The pro-
gram consists of a short initia-
tion service, musical numbers
by the college chorus and the
entire audience, and the ad-
dress by General Bogart. A
brief explanation of the Phi
Theta Kappa fraternity is in-
cluded with the formal initia-
t.on.
Phi Theta Kappa in accredit-
ed' junior colleges corresponds
to Phi Beta Kappa in four-year
colleges of the United States.
The local chapter was establish
ed in 1946. Almost 250 of the
more than 2,300 full-time stud-
ents who have been enrolled
in that time have become mem-
bers.
The college assembly program
in auditorium will begin at 9:41
a.1h.


CEFN-TV SCHEDULE


SUNDAY
1:00 Parade of Sports
2:30 Chapel of the Air
3:00 Wide World of
Sports
4:30 Ted Mack
5:00 The School Story
5:30 Championship Bridge
6:00 CFN News
6:15 Sacred Heart
6:30 American Heritage
7:00 Frontiers of Wnow-.
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7:30 Danny Thomas
8:00 Ed Sullivan
8:50 Weekend News Re-
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9:00 Price is Right
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10:30 Christophers
11:00 Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Tonight
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5:05 Magic Land of Ala-
kazam
5:30 Roy Rogers
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Zane Grey Theater
7:00 Bienvenido
7;IS Carnival Special
7:30 Dick Van Dyke Show
8:00 Camera on Com-
8:45 Curt Massey
9:55 CFN News
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10:30 Medic
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4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 American Civil War
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6:35 American Heritage
7:00 Services In Action
7:30 Andy Griffith
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9:00 Armchair Theater -
"Strange Impersona-
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10:00 Merv Griffen
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4:50 Billboard
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5:30 Science in Action
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6:35 Report
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Real McCoys
Bell Telephone Hour
CFN News
Candid Camera
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Friday Night Theater
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SATURDAY
Cartoon Carnival
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Saturday Matinee -
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Salute to the States
A Sharper Sword
and a Stringer
Shield
Air Power
Sports Time
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Final Edition
Saturday Night
Theater "Pier 23"


'a Four


Corn ing Events

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 22-Boxing: Ismael Laguna vs. Juanito Ramirez.
Panama Olympic Stadium.
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 Cnetral Avenue in Pana-
ma City.
February 26---Carnival Parade from Panama through Canal
Zone at/4:30 p.m.
February 27-Ash Wednesday. Beginning of Lent.
February 28-29-Chinese Opera Theater FOO SHING at the Pre-
sident Theatre Panama.
February 28--March 2-University Experimental Theater,
Henrik Ibsen's "Doll House". 8:30 p.m., Nation-
al University.
March 9-34th annual Elks Charity Ball in Sky Room, Cris-
tobal, with music by Lucho Azcarraga.
March 15-44th Anniversary of the Ailerican Legion.
March 15-19-San Jose Fair at David, Chiriqui. President Chiari
will attend inauguration on March 15. Costa Rica
will participate in the Fair.
March 16-17-Pacific Softball League Invitational Tournament.
March 22-Annual Police Ball at Panama-Hilton. 8 p.m. to 3
p.m.
March 27-28-National Legion Commander Jimmie Powers to
visit Canal Zone.
March 30-Gamboa Invitational Softball Tournament.
MW.ncti 30-31-'Orange Fair in Capira, Panama.
April 2-St. Francis Paul "festas" at Chorrera and Rio de
Jesus (Veraguas).
April 2-6-Fiesta of Santo Toribio at Nombre de Dios.
April 4-11-Caribbean Girls State at Fort Kobbe.
April 6-7-International Invitational Softball Tournament.
April 20-Our Lady of Perpetual Help "fiesta" at Anton.


EDWARD P. SCOTT, heavy equipment
operator for the Panama Canal Maintenance
Division, now is engaged in his fourth locks
overhaul job.
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., he came to the
Isthmus with his parents when his father, Edward
Scott, was employed as shipwright with the Pa-
nama Canal Dredging Division. His father, now
retired, lives in Tampa,. Fla.
After graduation from Balboa High School in
the class of 1950, young Scott started on ap-
prenticeship as a heavy equipment operator in
the Maintenance Division, where he has worked
for 13 years.
Mr. Scott.,is married and resides in Balboa.
He has a daughter, 81A years of age, v.-o attends
Balboa Elementary School and a son, 5. Golf is
his main hobby, when he has time.


Edward P. Scott









EL LIBERTADOR



NOR[TEAMIEICANO

el aprecio admirativo de sus conciudadanos, GEORGE
WASHINGTON fue, tambi6n, el primer Presidente de la
joven Repfiblica norteamericana, que 61 habia forjado con..
sn genio de Estadista y con el acero de su espada her6ica '
e invencible.
Y asi como supo ser grande en el campo de batalla,
lo fue tambien en las slides de la paz, cuando se cimenta-
ban los principios republicans y democraticos sobre los- '"
cuales se afianzarian, para todos los mafianas, los Estados
Unidos de Am6rica.
El Libertador Norteamericano no ar6 en el mar... los
ideals que 61 sembr6 estvin siempre florecientes y son
atendidos con fervorosa pasi6n por un pueblo -grande en 4 _
la paz e irreductible en la guerra-que defiende su neren-
cia spiritual y cultural coo admirable celo patri6tico.
Con el devenir del tiempo, el impact de doctrinas
antag6nicas, irreconciliables con las que Washington lego .
a su pais, ha .hecho necesario que Estados Unidos de Ame-
rica salga a la palestra -animoso el espiritu e invincible
el brazo- a la defense de esos principios inmanentes de
los'cuales se ha constituido en lanza y broquel.
Portaestandarte de la democracia, el pueblo de George
Washington no se mantiene estitico, sino en plena ebulli-
ci6n, en perenne process evolutivo que abarca y afecta to-
dos los Ambitos de la actividad y relaciones humans: jus-
ticia social, igualdad juridica, sentido de la responsabilidad '--
colectiva e individual y, sobre todo, un hondo y amplio sen-
timiento humanista que se desparrama por sobre today la
geografia universal y beneficia todos los pueblos, y todas
las razas.
No, Gedrge Washington, el Libertador-norteamerica-
no, no ar6 en el mar. Por eso crece su figure en el tiempo ."
como crece la devoci6n que por 61 sienten las posteridades
que lo proclaman "Padre de su Patria". .. .


VISITANTES DE LA VILMA la SERA CORONADA ESTA NOCHE
SEMANA
SPILLWAY No. 36 ....... A las 8 y 30 de la noche se La sefiorita Vilma Henry ob-
Esclusas de Miraflores .................1997 iniciarAn las ceremonies de Co- tuvo el ,rono al derrotar, en el
ress a...... ... 197 ronaci6n de Su Majestad Vilma filtimo escrutinio celebrado en
Esclusa s de Gat6n .844 Primera. Reina de las Comuni- la madrugada del 17 de febrero,
Ba(2)r os de pasaeros214 dades latino-americanas de la a sus rivals.
(2) ...... 214 costa pacifica del Canal de
Las Cruces (6 via- Panama. El acto tendri verifi- Los simpatizantes de Vilma
ies) .................. 75 cativo en el Centro Civico de 6epositaron 35.046 votos contra
Manuelita (3. v i a- Santa' Cruz y durante el trans- los 27.082 de su contrincante ..
jes) .................. 61 curso del mismo se ofrecerin mAs pr6xima, sefiorita Marva
GRAN TOTAL: ... 3871 variouss espectAculos. McKenzie.
Informaci6n suministrada La Bada de a uerza Ana Goddard obtuvo 13.249;
par el maServicio de Guias. rea de Abrook ofrecer un re Beverly prauce, 4.847 y Delcita
___el_______de _____ gio Concierto antes de la Coro- oakley, 3.000.
naci6n -Je la graciosa Xreifia. Al ser proclamada Reina dor
el Jurado, integrado por los se-
filo r e's Sylvester Callender,
Frank Hirt y Felipe Cazobon, la
sefiorita Henry deleit6 a su
sfibditos con una bella rendici6n
vocal de un twist de moda que
tue estruendosamente aplaudi-
do.
Los escrutinios se celebraron
en el Centro Civico de Pedro
Miguel. i,


LIBERALIDAD DE
PERMISOS HABRA
Con el prop6sito de per-
mitir a los empleados del
Canal de Panama y a, los
del Gobierno de la Zona del
Canal, la mayor participa-
ci6n en actividades de la
Republica de Panama, se S.M VILMA HENRY
S ha adoptado una political de S.M. VILMA HENRY
liberalidad en la extension
.de permisos para ausentar-
se, que prevaleceri del 23d 9rOgramaS d RecrealiI
al 26 de Febrero de 1963. .
Aquellas personas cuyos Un extenso program de recreacion para la temporada
Manejar un martillo de aire comprimido es casi como star servicios no fueren impres, de verano ha sido elaborado por los profesores oe educaci6n
dentro de una licuadora como se puede apreciar por la grafica. cindibles durante el period fisica experimentados de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de
En fracci6n de segundos se esti en various pianos distintos y nive- indicado arriba, podr6n ob- la Zona del Canal, en las diversas modapdades recreativas
les diferentes, mientras las mandibulas se dequician y lo dientes tener permiso para ausen- sanas en nuestro medio. Aproximadamente asisten durante
entrechocan, tarse de su trabajo con las horas establecidas en los horarios de natacion para nova-
cargo a sus vacaciones tos intermedios, 300 niios interesados en estas disciplinas
anuales. de tanta importancia para el desarrollo arm6nico y la salud.
Las instrucciones para El professor Allan Forte tiene a su cargo la realizaci6n de las
I e- analmaque se implantase la poli- ligas de baseball, softball y basketball.
C tica fijada arriba, emanan Los novatos intermedios de natact6n pueden tomar sus
del propio Gobernador de, classes de lunes a viernes durante los siguientes periodos: de
Ia Iona del Canal y Presi- 10 a.m. a 11 a.m. y de 1 p.m. a 3 p.m.
3IWL Pdente del Canal de Pana- Los novatos nadadores y el equipo de nataci6n deia es-
Por otro lado mariana ras seiialadas en el horario.
22 de Febrero- aniversario Los adults interesados en esta modalidad que residan
.del natalicio de George en la Zona del Canal, pueden presenter su tarjeta de identi-
Washington es dia feriado, ficaci6n y beneficiarse de las ensefianzas que se ofrecen du-
I* que ofrece a todos un rante esta temporada recreativa de verano.
Vol. 1 No. 36 JUEVES, 21 DE FEBRERO DE 1963 extenso fin de semana.








Sobre Escoceses


Artes Manuales y Plasticas en eln Darijnescribe
embajador inglds


Plan de Recreacion Veraniega


BUENA PESCA: Obviamente
goz6 Marcos Ceballos, quien
utilize su arpon para ensartar
la cantidad 'de pejes conquer
aparece en la grAfica. Ceballos
y sus compaiieros lograron bue-
na pesca al drenar las esclusas
de Miraflores para su limpie-
za y reacondicionamiento. El
pescado andaba bob* .


Todos los nifios de los grades 1 al 9 en las Escuelas Latinoa-
mericanas de la Zona del Canal han sido invitados para partici-
par en el program manual de Recreaci6n Veraniega de la Zona
del Canal, que se iniciaro el pr6ximo 4 de marzo y finalizara
dos meses despu6s.
Este program 6s auspiciado a trav6s de la ayuda econ6mica
del Fondo Unido y ofrece una variedad de programs que inclu-
yen costura, hacer calceta, confecci6n de canastas, pintura, tra-
bajo plAstico, ebanisteria, trabajo de loss, pintura de batea, arte
de curtir cueros y muchas otras actividades, para mantener ma-
nos y mente de los j6venes ocupados durante sus ratos de ocio.
La cuota de admisi6n es de 20. por el primer nifio de la fa-
milia y 10# por cada nifio adicional.
Las matriculas seran aceptadas desde el lunes 4 de marzo
como sigue:
PEDRO MIGUEL: (Sra. Maud Powell, Presidenta). Edificio
del Centro Civico Lunes, Mi6rcoles, Viernes, de 9 a.m. a 11
a.m. de 1 p.m. a 3 p.m.
PARAISO: (Sra. Undine Clark, Presidenta). Sal6n de Estu-
dios de la Escuela Secundaria de 1 p.m. a 3 p.m. diariamente.
SANTA CRUZ: (Sra. Leonora Prince, Presidenta). Edificio
de la Escuela de 9 a.m. a 12 del dia, diariamente.
RAINBOW CITY: (Sra. Levina Greene, Presidenta). Edificio
de Ia Escuela Intermedia de 1 p.m. a 3 p.m. diariamente.
La Junta de Recreaci6n Veraniega de Is Zona del Canal esta
presidida por el Sr. Harold W. Williams, quien encarece a los
padres de familiar y tutores de los nifios de las Escuelas Latino-
antericanas de la Zona del Canal, que los inscriban en estos pro-
gramas.


Junta de Recreaci6n

a Punto de Escogerse

Una Junta de Recreaci6n del
Sector Pacifico sera escogida
pr6ximamente para coordinar
el trabajo dcle las untas comuna-
les de recreaci6n en las comu-
n;dades Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal.
En reuni6n presidida por As-
ton Parchment, Director de la
Escuela Primaria de Paraiso, so
esboz6 un program de recrea.
c6n para adults.
Con ello se procura la recrea-
ci6n de los adults en las dis-
tintas comunidades de Santa
Cruz, Pedro Miguel y Paraiso,
para que puedan dedicarse a su
deported favorite
En otro articulo de esta mis-
ma secci6n aparecen los nom-
bres de los miembros de las
juntas locales de recreaci6n.


Un nuevo volume ha venido a
engrozar la literature sobre la le-
gendaria Provincia del Darien.
Se trata del bien documentado
tomo en ingl&s "LA HISTORIA
DE LA COLONIA ESCOCESA EN
EL DARIEN (1698-1700) Y SU IM-
PORTANCIA EN LA HISTORIC
INGLESA" de que es autor el.cul-
to Embajador de Su Majestad Bri-
tinica, en Panami, G. E. Vaughan.
La obra, segdn explica el pro-
plo autor, es "una version mejo-
rada de conferencia dictada en
espaiiol en la Universidad de Pa-
nama el viernes 15 de junio de
1962 y publicada en la revista "Lo-
teria", Volumen VII, No. 18, co-
rrespondiente al mes de agosto de
1962".
Narra la obra del Embajador
Vaughan los esfuerzos de los es-
coceses por fundar una colonia
en el litoral atlantico de Dari6n.
El erudito diplomatic conside-
ra que el fen6meno examinado en
su investigacidn "era mis impor-
tante en la historic de Gran Bre-
taila que en la del Nuevo Mun-
do, debido a la hostilidad que pro-
voc6, en aquella poca, entire In-
glaterra y Escocia y a los cambios
fundamentals en las relaciones
constitucionales entire ambas na-
ciones suscitado por tal motive".
La edici6n inglesa del volume


Bahia de Pifias


Modernas Facilidades Merlines


Da El Club de Pesca Delfines
Al final de la cancha de con- cue 61 denomina "una de las
creto se alza el modern edifi- mejores. si no la mejor, area
cie que alberga el comedor. Es de pesza de merlines en el of en
una edificacion. extrafia al me- mundo"., I .
io: un trozo de civilizaei6n que A juzgar per las piezas que La abundancia de pesca e
eada gla t al emr en esas aguas se nan cobrano, aguas panamenas es destacad
v te esi exento de raz6n a] acau- ,i r


El viajero-ansioso de hacerse
al mar en busca de los batalla-
dores merlines-sutre una gra-
ta sorpresa, que sube de punto
cuando se le conduce a los c6-
Ltodos Dungalos duplex, con ai-
re refrigerado. Todas las ven-
Uajas de la tecnologia modern.


dalado deportista de Dallas.
En la. aguas abundan toda
especie de pejes. En realidad
tropieza uno, de pronto, con Ia
razon que tuvieron los anti-
guos en llamarle a este pais
"P a n a m ai" ,que ignifica:
"Abundancia. de pieces .


escondida en este mundo darie- Esos peees son imanes...ima-
nita a6n sumido en la edad res para el turismo que atraen
pre-colombina! a deportistas de todos los Ambi-
tos del trundo. A su atracci6n
A un costo de B.600.000 el te- e afiade ahora la de este Club
jano Ray Smith (apasionado de Pesca escondido--ambiental-
per la pesca) "sembr6" todo mente-en la pre-histQria ame-
este lujo en la bahia de Pifias ricana.


Asi de Grandes,


,Pez-Espada y


an'
a


en cronica ilustraua que apare-
ce publicada en la revista "Salt
Water Sportsman" correspon-
diente al mes en curso C. W.
Kilbey, Superintendente del Ra-
mo de Centros de Servicies Co-
munales. es el autor de la in-
teresante er6nica que public
la citada revista que tiene un
tiraje de 55.000 ejemplares.
Kilbey hace especial 6nfksis
er el merlin que abtmda en
PanamA observando, emperto,
que "el deported de la pesea en
Parami se extiende igualmente
a defines, corbina. pargos, pe-


Aguas
jespadas dorados y bo
El merlin negro de 250
pescado en 19ro per el
de la Zona dei Canal. D
Mitten, Sr., (ahora difu
vl que inicialmente at
atenci6n sobre la prese
eva especie en aguas
mo.
El articulista remonta
porte de la pesca del
local mente/a esa 6poca
la tamila 'Schmidt-Lo
dre e hijo-John y The
realizaban esfuerzos pa.
par mis y mayores mer
'Kilbey informa que
George F. Baker, Jr.,


Istmenias
jala." '. Nueva York y fue llevado al
0 libras, archipi6iago de Las Perlas per
dentist la familiar Schmidt. El dichoso
)r. H.W. nieoyorquino estableci6 una mar-
nto) fue ca al pescar un merlin negro
trajo la de 622 libras.
mcia de s
del ides En 1937, sin embargo, al-
i uien pesc-, en las inmediacio-
nes de'Fuerte Amador. un mer-
a el de- lin ,negro *de 967 libras y. en
merlin 1949, los Schmidts pescaron otro
en que de 1.006 libras.
wuis-pa- En su movida cr6nica Kilbey
eodore- e refiere. igualmente, a mar-
ra atra- cas mis recientes, oficialmente
liness/ confirmaaas. y menciona la
construcci6n de un Campoo de
en 1936, Pescas" en la babia de las Pi-
vino de fias por Ray Smith, de Tejas.


Causas



"Seguras"





Accidentes
MALA SALUD No trabaje en mral esta-
do de salud. Puede lesionarse o lesionar
a un compafero
DESOBEDIENCIA Respete siempre las
reglas de seguridad. Elias han asido dic-
tadas por la experiencta.
DESIDIA No trabaje con ropa o equipo
y herramientas en malas condiciones.
IMPACIENCIA Use stempre las herra
matentas y equipos protectors indicados
para cada tipo de trabajo.
1GNORANCIA No rate de hacer n1ngan
trabajo. 1e no to sabe hater en la forma
.mAns correct y segura.
DESCUIDO Aprenda a cuidarse de todo
1'' 0 0 qeue peds causarle un accidents.
VALENTIA No desprecle so vida. No
SSeri mis hombre por arrlesgarse mas.
S1 LO PIENBAA BIEN VERA UD. QUE ESTAN EN ESTA USTA LA MAYOR
PARTS Di LAS CAUSES QUE PUEDEN PROVOCAR ACCIDENTS.
TEIIGALAS PRESElIr T NO INCURRA EN ERRORS U OLVIDOS QUE LE-
I uSZ cosmTA CARO t


ALBERTO BOYD JR., president del Comite Social del Club 20-30 de Panama, asiste al farmac6utico
Seferino Sanchez en la expedici6n gratuita de medicamentos a islefios del Archipielago de las Perlas du-
ranfe la mlsi6n de asistencia social Ilevada a cabo el pasado fin de semana por dicha organizaci6n. Part.
ciparon en la mnisi6n, entire otros, los doctors Burgos, Villalaz, Ortiz y Pinz6n, asi como el ginec6logo del
hospital Gorgas, Dr. Rogelio Arias.
El Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr., cedi6 su lancha "Anayansi' para que los miembros del 20-30
pudiesen trasladarse, con medicamentos y equipo, al archiplelago que hace 2 aros no es visitado por me-
dice alguno. Recibieron atenci6n medical en esta oca si6n 205 ninos y unos 200 adults.


Febrero 21 de 1963


Ngina DOS


SPILLWAY












LAGUNA ENFRENTA
LAGUNA MANANA ARAMIREZ


Estado de los
Equipos:
Abernathy-U.
White Horse
Radio Philips
Navy
Pan Liquido
Ft. Clayton


Juegos de la pr6xima Semana:
Lunes, Feb. 25 Aoernathy-
Unisports vs. Fuerte Clayton;
Pan Liquido vs. Navy (Rod-
man); Martes, Feb. 26 White
lBorse vs. Radio Philips; Mier-
coles, Fer. 27 Ft. Clayton ys.
Pan Liquido, Navy vs. Radio
Philips (Rodman); Jueves, Feb.
28 Waste Horse vs. Aberna-
thy-Unisports; Viernes, Marzo
10. Radio Philips vs. Pan Li-
quido, Navy vs. Ft. Clayton
(Rodman).


Con much cora;e jugaron los
peloteros panameiios del equipo.
Chiriqui-Bocas y conqifistaron
el campeonato de la III Serie
Interamericana de baseball pro-
fesional en el Estadio Olimpico
dc PanamA, al veneer en el par-
tido de desempate al Boer de
Nicaragua por 5 carreras a 0,
y darle asi a Panama su se-
gundo triunfo en stas series
del baseball caribefio.

PanamA habia ganado su pri-
mer campeonato cuando Cu-
be participaba y el torneo se
denominaba Serie del Caribe -


. A la una y treinta de la tarde
del sAbado 2 y domingo 3 de
Marzc. ntrante se celebraran
carreras de "'Go-Kart" en la
pista c)nt:gua al Edifcio de
Asuntos Civiles, en Anc6n Las
competencias se realizaran bajo
los ausiocios de la Asociaci6n
de Sargentos del Ejdrcito y el-
Go-Kart Club Istmefio.
Estas serAn las primeras
carreras que se realizan en esta
temporada abierta a, todos los
aficionados.
Entre los volantes que ya se
han mscrito aparecen figures
como Bob Steward. Greg Gram-
lick. Bud Golden, Tom Arm-
strong. Wayne Lewis, Larry
Gramlick, Ted Hunter y Rudy


El campe6n panameio del peso gallo Ismael Laguna, primer retador a la corona
mundial de la division, se enfrentara mafiana viernes por la noche en el Estadio Olimpi-
co de Panama al campe6n peso pluma de M6xico, Juanito Ramirez, clasificado como quin-
to retador a la corona mundial de su division. *
El combat, pactado a 10 asaltos, sera el primero para Laguna con un pugilista cla-
sificado en la division pluma. Pocos dias despu6s del combat, Laguna viajari a Ma-
nila, Filipinas, contratado por dos peleas, la primera de las cuales sera frente al filipino
Leo Espinosa.
El program del viernes se iniciard a las 8:30 p.m.



INICIASE EL 1 DE MARZO



LIGA INFANTIL DE PELOTA


A I. Laguna
El pugilista norteamerica.
no Auburn Copeland, segun.
do en la clasificaci6n mun.
dial ligero junior, se impuso
el domingo por la noche al
campe6n pluma de Panama,
Berisford Francis, por deci-
si6n unanime en un combat
a 10 asaltos celebrado en el
Gimnasio Nacional de Pana-
ma..
Copeland domino a su ri-
val desde el quinto asalto en
adelante para lilevarse el fa-
lio de los dos jueces y el
arbitro.
El pugilista norteamerica.
no ansia enfrentarse al cam.
pe6n gallo panamehio Ismael
Laguna, que ahora esta pe-
leando con boxeadores del
.peso pluma por falta de ri-
vales en su division.


en 1950, cuando el equipo Carta
Vieja super en juego de de-
sempate al Caguas, de Puerto
Rico.
Los equipos finalizaron en es-
te orden: PanamA (5-2); Nica-
ragua (4-3); Puerto Rico (3-3)
y Venezuela (1-5).
Con alumbrado y valla con-
tara pronto el campo de juegos
de Paraiso. lo cual servirA pa-
ra que s- dupliqu-en'las activi-
dades deportivas en ese sector,
ya que se podran celebrar even-
tos deportivos nocturnos de dis-
tintas classes.


2v3
2 v 3
-


Andrade bien conocidos de la
fanaticada.
Firmas comerciales de Pa-
nama ban donado Trofeos
que serAn disputados palmo a
palmo.
Los prceios para ambos dias
han quedado fijados asi:
Adultos-. B.I:00; menores de 12
a 18 afios: 0.50.
Los scouts y jugadores de
la liga infantil que estuvieren
uniformados serAn admitidos
gratis HabrA amplio estacio-
namiento.
Se invita a todos los aficio-
nados de PanamA, Zona del
Canal y cantones militares a
presenciar estas carreras.


LAGUNA


Liga de Softball Copeland Reta


RAMIREZ

Luz y Vallas .. .

Para el Campo Liga Divisional
a del Pacifico


De Paraiso


Las actividades deportivas
y de recreaci6n en Paraiso
seran mncrementadas pr6xi-
mamente, cuando sea dotado
de alumbrado y valla, el
campo de juegos de ese sec-
tor de la comunidad Latino-
americana de la Zona del
Canal.
Hasta ahora el campo ha
podido s e r utilizado Ymunica-
mente durante las horas del
dia, pero con el alumbrado
podran celebrarse events
deportivos en horas de la no-
che.
Las propuestas para la do-
taci6n de alumbrado elictri-
co y vallas para el campo
de juegos de Paraiso serin
abiertas el pr6ximo 4 de
marzo a las 1 p.m. en la Di-
recci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n del Canal de Pana-
ma.
En ese campo de iuegos se
pueden celebrar events de
softball, pista y campo, fut-
bol, baseball, cricket y otras
actividades relacionadas con
la educaci6n fisica y los de-
portes.

final post temporada al Pfizer
Corp.' de Col6n. al Fort Clay-
ton Cavalier.s, los Bushmasters
de Fuerte Kobbe y al Jungle
Warfare Training Center de
Fuerte Sherman.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Hasta Febre.-a 16)
Div. Terminales 6 1 .857
Equipos G P Pts.
ManL de Predios 5 3 .625
Div. ,Industrial 5 3 .625
Div. Esclusas 3 4 .429
Salubridad 2 5 .286
Transporte 1 6 .143


La Liga Divisional de Soft-
ball del Pacifico celebr6 el lu-
nes por la tarde una reuni6n
en el campo de juegos de Parai-
so para arreglar todo lo eon-
cerniente a la inauguraci6n de
la pr6xima temporada, que ten-
dra lugar el pr6ximo 2 de
Marzo en Paraiso a las 10 a.m.
El torneo celebrari sus par-
tidos los dias de semana a las
5 p.m. y los sAbados a, las
10 a.m. en el campo de juegos
de Paraiso.
Los equipos representados en
la reuni6n fueron los de la
Fuerza Afrea, Divisi6n de A-
bastos, la Contraloria, Trans-
porte Militar y los Indios de
Fuerte Clayton.
La reunion final se celebra-
rf el sAbado a las 10 a.m. en
el campo de juegos de Parai-
so. Cualquier otro equipo. que
desee participar en la liga pue-
de enviar su representante a la
reuni6n y poner.e en onntacto
con George Griffi'h. quien estA
encargado de la liga.

El gran campe6n ligero, de
boxeo de hace mAs de una
cdcada, Tony Canzoneri, de-
clara que el hombre mais duro
con quien pele6 jams fue Kid
Chocolate -"porque tenia una
finita cabecita y un finite cuer-
pecito".
"Entonces c6mo lo derro-
taste"?, le preguntaron. Y Tony
repitio 'Pegandole en su finita
cabecita y en su finito cuerpe-
cito".
A Leo Durocher, famoso por
sus discusiones en el terreno
del baseball. le preguntaron una
vez si pronunciaria un discurso
ante una gran concurrencia, a
lo cual contert6: "Sefior, sufri-
ria si no lo hago."


La temporada de la Liga In-
fantil de 'Baseball del Sector
Pacifico de las Comunidades
Latinoarmericanas de ia Zona
'el Canal, sera inaugurada el
pr6ximo 1o. de marzo en el
I'arque Infantil de Pedro Mi-
guel.
Seis equipos tomarAn parte
en esta contienda, 2 de ellos
cle Santa Cruz, 2 de Paraiso y
2 de Pedro Miguel. En el torneo
participarAn solamente nifios
hasta de 12 afios de edad.
Cada Equipo contara con 15
jugadores, un director y un
asistente. y el campeonato cele-
brara sus juegos de lunes a sA-
bado, con dos partidos cada dia,
iniciandose a las 2 de la tarde
el primeto.
La directive de la Liga Infan-
til de Baseball estA integrada
por Claude Smith como Presi-
dente; Granville Whitterca, Vi-
ce-Presidente; Hamilton Lava-
las, Secretario; Dudley Farrell,
Tesorero: Jos6 French y Astor
Lewis, Vocales. Lewis acaba de
mudarse al sector Pacifico, en
Pedro Miguel. y es bien conoci-
do como anotador de baseball.
El sera el encargado de los
anotadores del campeonato in-
fantil de baseball.


EQUITACION

Para manana
El Club de Equitaci6n de Al-
brook auspicia, para mafiana vier-
nes en su pista situada en Road
C-12, un event en que participa-
rAn jinetes de los Clubes de Cu-
rundfi, Fuerte Kobbe, Pacifico y
Albrook.
Las competencias se iniciaran a
las 10 de la mariana, continuando
hasta las 4 de ]a tarde. En horas
matutinas se realizarin events
de 'equitaci6n inglesa y, en las
vespertinas, de estilo vaquero, in-
clusive salto de obstaculos y va-
las.
Se dividirAn las competencias.
en grupos que comprenden: de 6
a 11 afos de edad y de 12 a 19.
Como numero especial participa-
ran niiios de 3 a 5 anios.
Actuaran como Jueces William
Joyce, F. S. Rudisheim y la Sra.
Clarise Hanum, presidiendo los
events el Corl. Thomas L. Crys-
tal.



Liga Divisional

del Atlantico

Los Estibadores de Yale &
Towne de la Divisi6n de Ter-
minales, derrotaron a los Osos
de Mantenimiento de Predios
por anotaci6n de 7 carreras por
1V el viernes, aumentando asi
hu ventaja en el comando de
la Liga Divisional de Softball
del Atlintico. La Divisi6n In-
dustrial (Mecanicos Torneros),
empat6 el segundo lugar a los
Osos derrotando a la Mutual
of Omaha de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas por 8 a 5 el sAbado.
Los Estibadores, cuyo record
el afio pasado fue de 11 vic-
torias sin derrotas, estAn en
camino de conquistar su segun-
do campeonato consecutive en
8 afios del Softball Divisional.
Ellos tambi6n ganaron la series


Del Pacifico


Equipos:
G. P. I
14 2
11 4
8 7
7 8
3 12
,2 12


Carreras de Go-Karts


Habra en Marzo


Destacados Deportistas En


Las Juntas De Recreacion
Destacados deportistas han sido nombrados para former
las justas directives de los comites de recreacion en las co-
munidades Latinoamericanas de ia Zona del Canal los cua.
les seran juramentados en una reunion especial el pr6ximo
14 de marzo en la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso
Los integrantes de estas juntas directives son los siguien-
tes: SANTA CRUZ: Felipe Malcolm, Te6filo Peterkin y Jos6
French; PARAISO: Errol Alexis, Albert Williams y John
West; PEDRO MIGUEL: Albert Watson, Egbert Best y
Norbert Wolrond.
Los miembros de la Junta de Recreaci6n del Pacifico
sera seleccionada. de los funcionarios que representan a las
juntas locales. En una reunion celebrada en Paraiso el
jueves 14 de febrero, a la cual asistieron coma 'nvitados es-
peciales el Sr. Walter Mikulich, Funcionario de Servicios
Especiales del Canal de Panama, y Oscar Suman Carrillo,
Supervisor de Educaci6n Fisica de las Esculeas Latinoame.
ricanas de la Zona del Canal, fueron escogidas las siguien-
tes personas para organizer ligas y torneos lo mas pronto
possible: VOLLEYBALL-Cedric Bailey John West y Robert
Pate; DOMINO-James Farrell: BR.DGE-Parry Gittens;
SOFTBALL MASCULINO-George Griffith y Jaime Escobar;
SOFTBALL FEMENINO-Errol Alexis y Jos6 French.


Febrero 21 de 1963


PAgina Tres


S P I L LWAY






Febrero 21 de 1963


SPILLWAY


U'agina G~who '


CALENIARIII DE EVENTS


GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


SALOMON PINIDA operator de barrena
de aire comprimido no sospechaba que la fo-
tografia que se le tomaba podria orestarse pa-
ra el alarde de truco de laboratorio que daria
como resultado la vibrant foto que aparece
en nuestra primera plana. Pinida trabaja en
las obras de reacondicionamiento de las es-
clusas de Miraflores que fue donde se le foto-
grafi6., Observese la indumentaria (casco,
guantes, botas, espejuelos) que le cubren y
protejen plenamente en su trabajo.


Febrero 21-Baile pre-carnestolendico en el Club de Oficiales de Fuer-
te Amador a las 8 p.m.
Febrero 22 Ferlado. Natalicio de Jorge Washington.
FEBRERO 22-Boxeo: Ismael Laguna Vs. Juanito Ramirez.
Estadio Olimpico.
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.
18-28 Exposici6n de cuadro de la pinacoteca del Dr.
Felipe 0. Perez, incluy6ndose obras de pintores
nacionales y de,otros paises. Asociaci6n Paname-
fio-Norteamericana.
28-29 Opera China FOO SHING, en el Teatro Presi-
dente, despuds de triunfos en la Feria Seattle.
28 a Mar. 2 8:30 p.m. "pasa de Mufiecas", de Ib-
sen. Teatro Experimental Universitario. Dirige:
Esther Orodio.
MARZO:
2 Fiestas de San Francisco Pail en La Chorrera
y en Rio de Jesus (Veraguas).
15 Inauguraci6n de la Feria de San Jos6, en David,
con asistencia del Presidente -Chiari. Costa Rica
participa en esta Feria.
Marzo 16-17-Torneo de la Liga de Softball del Pacifico.
Marzo 19-Fiestas de San Jos6 en David, El Valle, Montijo, Pedasi, Pe-
s6, SonA y Tol.
22 8:00 p.m. Baile Anual de la Policia de la Zona
del Canal. Hotel "El PanamA-Hilton".
Marzo 30-Torneo de la Liga de Softball en Gamboa.
30-31 Feria de la Naranja en Capira.
Abril 2 al 6-Fiestas de San Toribio en Norn-,re de Dios.
Abril 6-7-Torneo Internacional de Sottball.
10-14 Segunda Feria de Azuero.
Abril 20-Fiesta de Nuestra Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro, en Ant6n.


LINCOLN G. GORDON, encargado de exis-
tencias en la Secci6n de Almacenaje, Divisi6n
de Servicios de Abastos: es otro de los exper-
tos en el asunto de conseguir rApiaamente, por
medio de numeraci6n, ,as piezas que necesita
el solicitante. Gordon estA encargado de la
seccl6n de pernos, clavos y tornillos en la fe-
rreteria del Almacen. Tiene 19 afos al servi-
cio del Canal de Panama con la misma divi-
sion, en donde se inicio como mensajero, lue-
go empacador. oficinista y archivero y desde
hace 8 afios, en el puesto que ahora desem-
pefia. Es panamefio y reside en San Fernan-
do, Juan Diaz, Repdblica de Panama. Es ca-
sado y tiene 2 hijos.


Siempre ocupado con el tel6fono estA IvAn
E. Haywood, uno de los despachalores de vy
hiculos motorizados en la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte y Terminales del Canal de PanamA.
Haywood tiene 22 afios de servicios con el Ca-
nal de PanamA. Ha trabajado en la Divisi6n
de Clubhouse, Divisi6n de Correos en Rodman,
y bace 10 afios entr6 como choter en la Divi-
si6n de Transporte y rerminales. pasando al
cargo de despachador hace 4 afios. Haywood
recibe un promedio diario de 60-ilamadas te-
lef6nicas solicitandole sutom6vil para misio-
nes oficiales de funcionarios del Canal de Pa-
nama. Es casado, tiene 4 hijos v reside, en
Paraiso. Su trabajo lo hace 'normalmente
de noche, pero reemplaza al despachador
diurno cuando 6ste filtimo se ausenta.


Impreso en La Estrella de Panama


- PROGRAMS DE TELEVISION


CANAL 2

LUNES
12:00 Dick Tracy
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:15 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Mundia.
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de I. )
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 Teleteatro

MARTES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Fore 7
2:00 Toleteatro
3:15 Los Acuanautas
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
7:00 Show de Blanquita
Amaro
7:30 Biogralia
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
3:15 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajes Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
lJe
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:05 BErrada Hipica


6:15 Ramar de la Selva
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Rey de Diamantes
8:00 Surf Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Un Paso al Mas
Alia
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Lucha Libre
JUEVES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serle Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:15 La Fascinacidn de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajer Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mn-
ier
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:05 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Panamefo Paname-
rio
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Sala de Proyecci6n
7:30 Mis Tres Hijos
8:00 La Nueva Genera-
ci6n
9:00 Ballinger de Chica-
go
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

VIERNES
2:00 El Cegato Magoo
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Ciae Serle Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:15 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportales Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
jer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:05 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Flecha Rota
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Los Picapledra
7:00 Alfred Hitchcock
0:00 Boris Karloli
9:00 Markham
9:30 Papa Soltero
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
SABADO
'12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Aqul y Alla
1;00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Reportqjes Mundia-
2:00 Teleteatro


3:45
4:45
5:30
6:05
6:15
6:45
7:00
7:30
9:00
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
8:00


Sarao de Tevedos
El Mundo de la 1fu-
jer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Sr. Fiscal
Noticias
Steve Canyon
Robin
Ben Casey
Aventureros del
Mississippi
Noticias
Teleteatro

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


CANAL 4

LUNES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Pajaros de Acero
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Clases Aritm6tica
Elemental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
5:00 Mujercitas -
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 La Ley del Rev61-
ver
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
8:00 La Legi6n Extranje-
ra
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 Adi6s Amor .o
(novela)
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias

'MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Siguiendo el Ras-
t12:45
r2:4S Notictas


1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
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 Martes a las 8
(vivo. musical)
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 Adi6s Amor Mio
9:30 El Tercer Hombre
10:00 La Cuerda Floja
10:30 Noticias

MIERCOLES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Diario de a Bordo
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes
4:00 Closes Aritmetica
Elemental
4:30 La Cocina en Toele-
visi6n
5:00 Mujercitas
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
6:30 Lanceros de Benga-
la
7:01 Noticias
7:30 lim. de la Selva
0:00 C6micos y Cancio-
noes
8:30 Borrasca
9:00 Adi6s Amor Mio
9:30 Dr. Kildare
10:30 Noticias

JUEVES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
12:15 Jinetes 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-
visi6n
5:00 Mujercitas
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 Patrulla de Puerto
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VIERNES
Alegrias Infantiles -
Jet Jackson
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Clases Aritm6tica
Elemental
La Cocina en Tele-
vision
Mujercotas
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Rev6lver a la Or-
den
Noticias
Bat Masterson
El Show de Max
Factor
Borrasca
Adi6s Amor Mio
Los Intocables
Boxeo
Noticias
SABADO
Alegrias Infantiles
El Llanero Solita-
rio
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
Mi Carretilla y Yo
Noticiero Femenino
Mujercitas
Documental
La Cocina en Tele-
vis6ion
Club Infamtil Tele.
Titeres y C6micas
Patrulla de Puerto
Investigador .S u b-
marino
Noticias
Laramie
Perry Mason
Suspense
Noticlas
Pelicula

DOMINGO
Todo por la Patria
La Comedia Silente
Salvese quien pue-
da
Hazaias del Espa-
cio
Inspector Leclerc
Cita Informal
Novela Semanal
Pelicula
Alegrias Infantiles
Furia
Patrulla de Caminos
Bonanza
Jefatura 87
Hong Kong
Teleteatro


Bajo "People in the Spot-
light", de nuestra secci6n in-
glesa, aparecen las siguientes
personas:
EDWARD P. SCOTT, operator
de equipo pesado de la Divi-
si6n de Mantenimiento, quien
actualmente labor en las obras
de reacondicionamiento de es-
clusas por cuarta vez.
Nacido en Brooklyn, vino aqui
con su padre, Edward Scott,
quien era constructor de bu-
ques con la Divisi6n de Draga-
dos del Canal de Panama. Al
graduarse de la Escuela Su-
perior de Balboa, en 1950, el
joven Scott entr6 como apren-
diz operador de equipo pesado
y ha trabajado con la Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento desde enton-
ces.
Casado y con dos hijos, Scott
vive en Balboa y dedica sus
ratos de ocio al golf.

EDWARD FRAMPTON, nati-
vo de la region minera de Pen-
silvania. ha estado en el Istmo
por mas de 30 afos y con el
Canal de PanamA por 24 arios.
Vino a Panama con el Ej&rcitd
-n 1932, pero dej6 el servicio
inilitar en 1937 para aceptar uo
empleo civil con el Ejdrcito.
Su primer empleo fue con la
antigua Divisi6n Municipal, pa-
ra la cual trabaj6 cinco aiios
,antes de ser trasladado a la Di-
visi6n MecAnica en 1944 come
aparejador nautico. El perma-
neci6 coi la Divisi6n MecAnica
hasta 1957, cuando fue trasla-
dado a a Divisi6n de Esclusas
como operario de gruas en las
csclusas.

JACK SULLIVAN, Primer Ca-
pataz del Mantenimlento de
Esclusas es un reci6n llegado,
habiertdo arribado al Istmo el
21 de Enero pasado para tra-
baiar en el reacond'cionamien-
to de la esclusas de Miraflores.
Nacido en Mount Olive, Mis-
sissippi, trabajaba -en construct*
ci6n de acero estructural y hie-
rro, en Nueva Orleans, cuando
se enter de las oportunidades
abiertas en Panama.
Casado, vino al Istmo s*l@,
dejando a su esposa an E.U.A
acompariando a sus hijos que
atienden escuelas a114.




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