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: March 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: VID00397
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

Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Fair


March 15, 16 and 18 will be
red letter days for residents on
the Atlantic side.
These are the dates on which
the lively Cristobal Little Thea-
ter will present "Come, Blow
Your Horn," a comedy by Neil
Simon which has been chosen
as: the first production of 1963.
David Harper, an employee
of Panama Agencies in Cristo-
bal, heads a cast of seven. It
is being directed by Surse Pier-


In


David,


point, who has been active in
,the group since its reorganiza-
tion and who has acted in and
directed other productions.
This particular play was
made into a motion picture re-
cently, with Frank Sinatra as
the star.
The curtain will go up
promptly at 8 p.m. each night
at the France Field Little Thea-
ter. Tickets are available at
the door or from members.


March


PREPARATIONS UNDER WAY FOR SAN JOSE FAIR IN DAVID NEXT WEEKEND.


Hands


Across


The Sea

Hands of hospitality will be
stretched across the Caribbean,
from Balboa High School to
Ramey Air Force Base High
School in Puerto Rico, when
students and faculty of the lat-
ter school will be guests of
their counterparts at Balboa
High School on March 14.
Forty-five seniors and nine
adults from the Ramey Air
Force Base High School will ar-
rive the morning of March 14 for
an overnight visit in the Canal
Zone. While here they -will be
guests of Balboa High School
students and faculty.
The visitors from Puerto Ri-
co are due to arrive at Cristo-
bal on board a Military Sea
Transportation vessel on March
14-at 8 a.m. The Ramey group
will be met by students from
Cristobal High School.
At 9:50 a.m. they will depart
by train for the Pacific Side
of the Isthmus and will be met
at Balboa railroad station by
officers of the Balboa High
School Senior Class and of the
Students Association.
After luncheon, they will be
given a briefing at 2 p.m. in
the Balboa High School audi-
torium by the Panama Canal
Guide Service and then will
meet their Balboa High School
hosts for' a tour of the school.
The Ramey visitors will visit
Miraflores Locks and then will
travel on the Panama Canal
launch Las Cruces from Pedro
Miguel to Gamboa.
They will depart March 15
by train for the Atlantic side,
where they will be met by
Cristobal High School students,
and will sail for home at noon.


Vol. I No. 38


FRIDAY NMAKLI ,I-rn,


Oral Vaccine Program


Start March 30


An immunization p r o g r a m
aimed at -providing oral vac-
cine polio protection to' every
resident of the Canal Zone will
start at the end of this month,
.with all agencies in the Zone
cooperating in the effort.
Oral polio vaccine, which has
been given to millions of resi-
dents of the United States in
community-w i d e immunization
campaigns, is administered by
mouth, instead of with an in-
jection needle.
In addition to providing im-
munity against all three types
of polio known to medical
science, the oral vaccine also
provides what doctors call "in-
testinal immunity." This means
the immunized individual is less
likely to be a carrier of the
disease.
Medical authorities say you
should have the oral vaccine,
even if you previously have had
Salk vaccine. The Salk vaccine
does not give the "intestinal im-
munity" provided by the oral
vaccine.
Three doses of oral vaccine
will be given in the Canal Zone
program, with the first two


doses one month apart and the
third dose, which is a booster
for the first two, given some-
what later.
There is no reaction to oral
vaccine, m e d i c a 1 authorities
say. Persons with allergies to
other drugs, vaccines, or inocu-
lations can take the vaccine with
complete safety.
Everyone who is eligible for
medical care in the Canal Zone
also is eligible to receive the
free oral polio vaccine. Canal
employees and their dependents
will receive their vaccine at
clinics in their various town-
sites, while military personnel
and dependents will be given
the vaccine at their respective
military dispensaries. Adults
and older children will be given
the vaccine on a sugar cube.
Babies and young children will
receive the vaccine directly into
the mouth by dropper-
Children under six years of
age are especially susceptible
to polio and it is very impor-
tant that all children and
babies over three months of
age receive all three doses,
although persons of all ages
should take the oral vaccine.
The schedule to be followed
for giving the vaccine in Canal
communities will be as follows:
First dose 'type I): Gamboa
Dispensary March 30. 9 a:m.
to 1 p.m and 2 to 5 p.m.; Pe-
dro Miguel School. April 5, 1
to 7 p.m.; Paraiso Community
Health Center, April 6, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.- Balboa
Community Health Center, An-
con Elementary School Play
Shed, and Diablo Junior High
School Gymnasium April 5, 1
to 7 p.m.. and April 6. 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.
Gatun Community Hea lth
Center, April 19, 1 to 7 p.m.;
Rainbow City. Coco Solo, and
Margarita Community Health
Centers and the Old Cristobal
Fire Station, April 19, 1 to 7
p.m., and April 20, 9 a.m. to


1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.
Second dose (types II and
ill combined not the same
tvpe as in April): Balboa Com-
faunity Health- Center, Ancon
Elementary School Play Shed,
end Diablo Junior High School
Gymnasium, May 3, 1 to 7
p.m., and May 4, 9 a.m. to 1
p..m. and 2 to 5 p.m.; Pedro
Miguel School, May 3. 1 to 7
p.m.; Paraiso Community
Health Center, and Gamboa Dis-
pensary, May 4, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and 2 to 5 p.m.
Gatun Community Health
Center, May 17, i to 7 p.m.;
Rainbow City, Coco Solo, Marga.
rita Community Health Centers,
and old Cristobal Fire Station,
May 17, 1 to 7 p.m., and May 18,
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.
Third dose: Date will be an-
nounced later.


Pacific-Side


Soil Orders

Being Taken
Amateur gardeners and all
other Canal Zone residents who
need top soil to maintain their
grounds and plants, have been
advised that free deliveries of
top soil will be made on the Pa-
cific side by the Grounds Main-
tenance Branch after March 16.
Request by Pacific side re-
sidents for top soil can be made
by telephoning 2-2976, it was an-
nounced by the Community
Services Division. The_ deliver-
ies will start after March 16.
The annual program for haul-
ing top soil has been complet-
ed on the Atlantic side, where
residents had their orders fill-
ed on February 16 and 17.


Five Cent Stamps


Now In Machines


Canal Zone Post Office pa-
trons who, since the increase
in postal rates, have been per-
forming mental gymnastics in
an attempt to get the correct
amount of postage from the
Post Office stamp machines,
will be happy to know that a
new machine has been added.
This one, also known as a
"stamp master" will dispense
five-cent stamps only. This. ad-
ded to the three and four-cent
stamps produced by the exist-
ing stamp machines, should
make possible any amount of
postage possible with the least
amount of effort and the mini-
mum number of stamps.


The new machines will take
both Panama and U.S. coins
and will be available in the post
offices located at Balboa
Heights, Balboa, Gamboa, Al-
brook, Cristobal, Fort Gulick
and Rainbow City. There also
will be one in the Civil Affairs
Building in Ancon.
The original stamp machines
which dispense stamps in three
deno m in a tions and make
change, were installed in most
Canal Zone Post offices early in
1961. The service has been es-
pecially handy for post effic*
patrons who wish to purchase
stamps when the service WM-
dows are closed.


PILLWAY


Gold Coasters Schedukl


'Come Blow Your Horn'


15-19

The Panama Canal, follow-
ing its custom of participating
in the most important Fairs
in the Republic of Panama,
wU be represented at San Jose
I air in David, Chiriqui Pro-
vince, March 15 to 19.
Canal Zone Governor Robert
J Fleming, Jr., and Mrs.
Fleming. will be in David
March 18 and 19 to visit the
fair, in which the Republic of
Costa Rica is participating.
The Panama Canal booth will
feature two Selectrovisions. one
Sa'dio-visual and one silent;
models of Canal installations
and equipment, such as Mira-
flores Locks and new towing
locomotives: and an exhibition
of photographs.
The Panama Canal will pre-
Sent two calves from Mindi
Residents of the Canal
Zone interested in attend-
ing the San Jose Agricul-
tural, Commercial, and In-
dustrial Fair in D a v i d
March 05 to 19 may contact
the Oficina de Alojamiento
in David for lodgings in
that city. The requests may
be sent by telegram, letter,
or telephone.
That office, attended by
Panama National Guards- .
men stationed in David,
will be the only one to re-
ceive the requests for lodg-
ing in hotels, pensions, and
residences in David, Bo-
quete, and Concepcion.
Farm to the organizers of the
Fair, as well as a variety of
plants from Summit Gardens
to be planted on the permanent
fairgrounds.
The Onpular burros Mancha
ano Gato of Summit Gardens
will be present to give free
rides to the youngsters who
visit the fair.
Panama Canal documentary
films, in Spanish. are now
being shown in David and Bo-
quete theaters.

/


'Iro-








Page Two S 'P 1 L L W A Y March 8, ~963


Regisitr



Opens

I Registration for the 1963
Spring Term of the Florida
State University's Canal Zone
program will open on- Monday,
March 11, on both sides of the
Isthmus. Evening classes for
the 8-week courses will begin
March 18.
Any person having a high
school diploma or equivalency
certificate may apply for admis-.
sion. -'
On the Pacific side, students
may register at the Florida
State University Office, Building
95, Fort Clayton, Monda y
through Friday noon, March If-
15. On Wednesday and Thurs-
day, March 13 and 14, registra-
tions will be accepted in the-
rotunda of the Administration

Art Exhibit

Coffee Set

For Tuesday
A coffee is planned at 9:30
a.m. Tuesday, March 12, ,in
t h e Panamanian Teachers'
Union Building. in Panama for
showing of the first major
exhibit -of recent American. Airt
prepared, by the Museum of
Modern Art for circulation, in
Latin Americqn countries.
Mrs. Bricefio, well-known Pan-
amanian artist, will be present
to discuss the works with those
present. The coffee will' be open
to the public.
Heading the committee for the
coffee will be Mrs. Joseph S.
Farland, Mrs. W. P. Leber, and
Miss Ceci Heurtematte.
The- exhibit, which opened
Wednesday, contains 86 draw-
ings by 28 artists in ink, pencil,
charcoal, water color and other
media. It is designed to present
the many variations of postwar
abstract art in the' United
States.


action



Monday

Building, Balboa Heights.
Atlantic side students, may
register at the Florida State
University office, Building 32,
Fort Davis, Monday through
Friday.noon, March 11-15.
At the conclusion of registra-
tion Friday noon, enrollment
will be totalled tq determine
those classes which may be
offered, under the requirement
of an average of 20 students
per class. Late registrations
must have the approval of the
Director.
Subjects offered in the Pacific-
side schedule are: Elementary
Spanish, Written Communica-
tion, Basic Mathematics, Gen-
eral Biology, Western Civiliza-
tion, Humanities. Principles of
Accounting, Second Year Span-
ish, Educational Psychology,
Development of Modern Philo-
sophy,- Economic Problems of
Latin America, and Introduction
cholgy.'
to History, and Systems of Psy-.
Courses offered on the Atlantic
side are: Elementary Spanish,
American Government, Second
Year Spanish, Russian, and
Problems of Teaching. -
The classes are held from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Historical Society
Plans Tahoga Outing
The Isthmian Historical
Society is planning its first
field trip of 1963, to Taboga
Island. A tentative date of
Saturday, March 30, has
been set a n d members
interest are asked to send
in. their reservations.
-, An all-day outing is plan-
ned, with a tour of historical
spots onw Taboga Island,
followed by luncheon and a
swim before the return to
the mainland.
Mrs. Ruth C. Stuhl, Pres-
ident of the Isthmian Histor-
ical Society, would like to
have the reservations by
March 10; \


Collection Of Lost-Foi


To Be SoldTo
Ten 18-karat gold bracelets, vhich is pai
12-foot rowboat and a six-foot ,ix-foot ding
dinghy. Also at tl
These, and a number of less mn display
glamorous items, are being put )oys' bicyck
up-for sale to the highest bidder ten-ply tr
by the Panama Canal store- :ube, a six-i
house next week.. snismall, tri
They are part of a cache of -oy scooter.
miscellaneous property found in Prospectiv
the Canal Zone during the past ed that
year held by the Canal Zone per cent of
Police for, six months and Did must ac
turned over to the Storehouse T'his may be
Branch for disposal as lost and a l
unclaimed, a postal o
How ten 18-karat gold bracelets
were lost or a 12-foot rowboat
misplaced was not explained,
The property can be inspected
from March 18 to 21 and the
bids submitted will .be opened
publicly at 10:30 a.m., March -ff~J
22, in thp Office of the. Super- _
intendent of the Storehouse
Branch in Balboa.
In addition to the gold brace-
lets, the collection of lost and A Rainbc
unclaimed jewelry includes four a brush w
gold watch bands, a- gold chain recently thW
with cross, two men's wrist him the ijo
-watches, and 400 gold filled lie stuffed
menzs wrist watch bands. film spool i
These items and a set of Eocket in a
seven gold-colored trim bever- Resultant
age glasses with carrier, an house- neec
Eumic light meter, a Bilora call which
camera tripod and some eye- w remain.
glasses,' can be inspected at put in a ni
Building 28 in the Industrial A search r'
Area between the hours of 9 metal film
to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m., Ihe socket
March 18 to 21. both were
Available at the Salvage rent.
Section of the Balboa Storehouse The child
for inspection are the tow boat, tnis was m


Highest


TABOGA ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE MODERN HOTEL ON BEACH.



Taboga, Isle OfFlowers,



IsPicturesque, Relaxing

The Island of Taboga, often distant ports. twin beds, private bath and
described as the Island of When gold was discovered in; shower, telephone, and balcony
Flowers, has a long and famous California, Taboga was a board-- overlooking the bay.
history that dates back to 1524, ing point for travellers to Visitors from the Canal Zone,
when Pizarro set sail from California who trecked across the Republic of Panama, and
Taboga to conquer the Incas the Isthmus of Panama. Taking other points find life in Taboga
in Peru. a ship from Taboga Harbor easy-going: For diversion there
Several times a day during shortened the journey, and is fishing in Panama Bay, surf
the week launches make the saved the long trip around the bathing, shell and coral eollect-
12-mile trip from Balboa, in Horn. ing, climbing the mountain
about an hour, and on Saturdays In 1847, the Pacific Steam paths, and -explorations in the
Sunday, and holidays five Navigation Co., built repair picturesque village. .
round trips are available to the shops, drydocks, office, and Taboga is famous' for its
island whose paths were, trod facilities to refuel and replenish s w ee t, fragrant pineapples
supplies on nearby .Morro Is- which are cultivated all over
by Conquistadores. land, which is connected to Ta- the Island. The quality of the
After the conquest. of Peru, boga by a sand bar. "pina de agua" or "water
Taboga became the home port The picturesque island had pineapple" is very fine and
of the King's Fleet, and many reverted to an easy going delicate, and the enormous
treasures and gold were brought edxstence by the tinie construe- quantity of juice which, it
to the island during the next tion work was started on the contains filters through the
hundred years. Panama, Canal. Here it was, thick -skin before it is barely
During Colonial -times, it was to Hotel Aspinwall, that Pan- ripe.
from Tapoga that ships in need ama Canal employees were sent The feast of La Virgen del
of fresh water replenished their to recuperate after bouts with Carmen, Our Lady of Mount
supply before setting- sail for yellow fever and malaria. Carmel, the- Island's Patron
Hotel Taboga, a new hotel, has Saint, is celebrated on July 16
been built on the northern tip with great pomp and devotion.
of the island, just a short walk The image of the Blessed Virgen
AII WIS from the dock, The 32-room is taken from the church and
a hotel is in the form of a "V". placed -on a launch filled with
to give every room a view of flowers, followed by ot h e r
-* Panama Bay and. to catch the launches and different types of
Bd e fs cool ocean breeze. All rooms vessels filled also with flowers,
3.- de on tile second floor are air as townspeople join in -the
conditioned, and all rooms have singing of religious songs.


nted green, and the order, a certified check, man-
ghy, painted red. ager's or cashier's check on a
the Salvage Section bank in the Republic of Pan-
for sale are four ama, the- Canal Zone or the
is, one girls' bicycle United States, or in the form of
*uck with rim and a bid bond executed on- Stardard
ply tire with wheel, Form No. 24. Checks should
cycle and a small be made payable to the Panama
Canal Company.
e bidders are ad- The bid guaranty will be
- bid guaranty of 25 returned to the bidder in case
f the total amount his bid on the property is
accompany each bid. unsuccessful. Deposits made by
in the form of cash, successful bidders may be ap-
r express money plied against the contract price.


Seminar Lectures


Available
Tape recordings of lectures
given during the National. Se-
curity Seminar recently conduc-
ed in the Canal Zone by the
Industrial College t ,the Armed
Forces are available free of


ectricity's Useful



Lt Also .Dangerous


ow, City toduier hna
ith electric current
at could have given
It of. his young life.
an empty camera
nto an empty heater
dry closet.
power failure in the
essitated a trouble
brought a district
He checked wiring,
ew fuse and it blew.
resulted in finding the
spool. Contacts in
and the -film spool
burned by the cur-
d wasn't injured, but
ere good fortune. Use


of a vacum cleaner to remove
debris from a family swimming
pool resulted in death of a boy
in Texas. A Chicago teenage
girl died of shock when she
grasped a floor lamp and at the
same time rubbed her toe
against the metal cabinet of a
television set. A Florida man
was electrocuted when the elec-
tric drill he was using develop-
ed a short circuit.
Electrical equipment, toast-
ers, coffee makers and the like
do have or can have "safety
wires" attached that carry elec-
tricity leakages harmlessly into
the ground instead of through


I- .. 4.,n


your body. A leaUlet on Uw to
outfit your equipment with
these will be issued by the Sa-
fety Branch in the near future.
Other good rules:
Be sure electrical cords are
not frayed or worn.
Be sure receptacles and plugs
ere not cracked or broken.
Do \not run lamp or appliance
cords over pipes or under rugs.
If you experience a slight
tingling shock, disconnect ap-
pliance and have it repaired
before using it again.
Purchase only lamps, ap-
pliances and extension cords
that bear the tag of Under-
writers' Laboratories.


On Tape
charge 'o persons or organiza-
tions desiring them.
The recordings may be obtain-
ed by sending an unrecorded
7 iech' reel of 1/4 inch magnetic
recording tape to the Depart-
ment of, Defense Industrial
College of the Armed Forces,
Washington 25 D. C., for each
two lectures desired. The lec-
ture, or lectures, desired should'
bt specified.
The lectures available are:
Orientation;- Public Opinion;
Evolution, of Communism; Or-
ganization for National Secur-
ity; Civil Defense: Emergency
Management; Human Resour,
ces: logistics for Defense Read-
iness; financing National Secur-
ity. Technological Progress;
Strategic and Critical Mate-
rials; Agriculture: Transporta-
tton and Telecomumcations;
Tuel and Power; Exploration of
Space; Communism in Action;
Geoeconomics; Internat i o n a 1
Relations:
Geopolitics; Soviet Uni o n;
Captive Europe; Middle East;
Far East; Free Europe; Africa;
South Asia;Southeast Asia; Ca-
nada and the Arctic: Special
Program; Latin America; Mi-
litary Forces; and Mutual Se-
curity.


Page Two


March 8, 1963


7


S P I L L W A Y


A







March 8, 1963 SPI L LWAY Pag fln~e


Many


Events


N- ext


Weekend


Skindiving Meet


Set For Taboga
The Third National Skindiv- pompano 5. Minimum weight for'
ing Champidnship Meet will be any fish, will be five pounds. '
held next weekend, March 16- All competitors in: the tourna-
17, in the Pacific area of Tabo- ment must be 18 years of age
ga Island, with the base of the or over and, teams must consist
tournament to be at La Restinga of at least two persons 'and no
Hotel on Taboga. more ,than three persons. The
The tournament will start at registration fee for each parti-
noon Saturday and the first cipant will be $4.
div- nitivifip xkiil bp rnel- I


uay actLivitie wil e l e conc tu .-
ed at 4 p.m. On .Sunday, ac-
tivity will start at 9 a.m. .and
end at 3 p.m.
Fish acceptable'for the tour-
nament and points .awarded for
each are to be:.,' Corbina 15
points, snook 15 points, snap-
pers 15, amberjack 15, tarpon
10, grouper 10, jack 5, .and


Star Exhibits

Hoop Technique
Arturo Agard, Jr., Panama's
Best basketball center, gave a
'demonstration at the Paraiso
Gymnasium this week.
He first explained the finer
points of basketball and then,
with Cedric Bailey, gave a de-
tailed explanation of points to
be remembered in shooting. The
young players present then were
given help with corresponding
shots.
As a finale to :the demonstra-
tion, Agard and Bailey de-
monstrated their shooting skills
and left the court following an
ovation.
Activities such as this one are
part of the summer recreation
program in the Canal Zone'
Latin American community of
Paraiso.


Teams .and participants will
be required to register when
starting each day and one of
'the tournament judges will
inspect the boat. All teams and
participants also will be requir-
ed to register on return and be-
fore closing time each day, or
-they will be disqualified.


Laguna-Copeland

Fight March 17
Ismael Laguna, undefeated,
bantamweight champion of Pa-
nama, fresh from his triumph
Mexico's featherweight cham-.
rion, Juanito Ramirez, in a
10-round fight in Panama's
Olympic Stadium February 22,
North American, in a 10-round
bout in the Plaza La Macarena,
San Francisco de la, Caleta,
Panama. March 17.
Copelanc, who is from Los
Angeles. Calit., is challenger of
tne world junior lightweigth
crown held by the Philippina
Gabriel "Flash" Elorde. It is
believed that .this will be a dif-
ficult fight' for Laguna.
Laguna also is scheduled to
meet Champion Eder Jofre of
Brazil in a try for the world
bantamweight title next June
or July in Sao Paulo, Brazil.


Softball

Tourney

At Balboa
The annual Pacific Softball
League Tournament will be: held
Saturday March 16. at Balboa,
with seven teams participating.
The first game is to start at
8 a.m. and the last gatihe at
5 p.m.
This weekend, the Pacific
Softball League is sending an '
' all star" team on its annual
visit to Chitre, Panama, for .a"
series of three games with the
Chitre All Stars -managed by
Sion Cohen. The teams 'will
play Saturday and Sunday.
In Pamific Softball "League
play, Bill De La Mater's Aber-
nathy Unisports team defeated
George McArthur's White Horse
nine 14-4 in the final game of
the first'nalf, behind the steady
pitching of McNair Lane. Lane
now has the top earned run and
won-lost, record in the league.
Final First Half Standings
Team W L Pect.
Abernathy U. 16 3 .842
White Horse 11 8 .727
Philips -Radio 10 9 .527
Navy 8 10 .444
It. Clayton 5 13 .278
Pan 'Liquido 5 13 .278
Next week's schedule o f
games: Monday, March 11, Ft.
Ciayton vs Abernathy Unisports,
and Navy vs Pan Liquido (at
Rodman); ,
Tuesday March 12, Philips
Radio vs White Horse;,
Wednesday. March i3. Pan
Liquido vs Ft. ,Clayton. -and
Philips Radio vs Navy (at Rod-
man);
Thursday, March 14, Aber-
nathy Unisports vs White
Horse;
Friday. March 15. Pan Liqui-
do vs Philips Radio, and Ft.
Clayton vs Navy (at. Rodman);
Saturday. March 16, 8 a m. to
6:30 p.m.. Pacific Softball
League Tournament, Balboa.


Six Team League



To Start Play


The Pacific Divisional Soft-
ball League ,will open its pro-
gram:next Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
at the Paraiso athletic field,
with six teams present.
The first game. Sunday, will
be between' the Supply Division
and the Comptroller's teams.
- Other teams in the League
are: .Army Transportation. Co-
rozal Hosnital, Clayton Indians,
and Air Force.


Arrangements for the League
games were completed at a
meeting held at -the home ot
Alfred Bowen. Games are plan-
ned for Sundays, Mondays,
Wednesday, and Fridays.
Alfred Bowen and Godwin
Moore are League directors.
The winning team will meet
the Atlantic Divisional Softball
League champion team to.play
for the' Isthmian title.


Track Event Set


For PanamRa, Zone


The Paraiso ahtletic field .will
be the scene of an "Operation
Friendship" athletic tournament
on Sunday, March 24, organized
'by the Panama National Ath-
letic Committee andl the Paraiso
Civic Council.
Events will start at 8:15'a.m.,
.with Panama and Canal Zone
athletes participating.
Boys ,will compete in two ca-
fegories, A and B, while the
girls will be in one group.
, Class "A" will include 100,
200, 400, 800 and 1,500-meter
dash; relay of four each run-
ning 100 meters; high jump and
broad jump; discuss throw and
shot put.
Class "B" events will be 100
and 400-meteri dash; relay of
four each running 100 meters;,
high jump and discus throw and
shot 'put.
The girls will compete in 75,
100 and 200-meter dash; relay
of four, each doing 100 meters


'high jump -discus and javelin
throw.
-Registration -will close on
Wednesday, March 20, at 6 p.m.
An athlete may compete in two
'events, besides the relay. Each
sports group or School may
register up to three athletes for
each event.
, Complete names, clearly writ-
ten, .mnst 'be submitted with de-
signation_ of :the event or events
*in which the athlete will par-
ticipate. No registrations will be
accepted the day of the tourna-
ment.
MRegistrations may be deliver-
ed to 'the Panama Olympic
Stadium, to Julian E. Rivera N.,
Oscar Suman-Carrillo, or Car-
los P. Belizaire, or may be
mailed to Box 3503, Panama.
In Paraiso registrations will
be accepted by Juan West,/
Stanley Loneo, Eric S. Oakley
and Rogelio Garcia.


A Ri

"A Rip Van 'Winkle of, a
fortress" is what Canal his-
torian Willis J. 'Abbot called
the Spanish fortress of San
Lorenzo, which the Spanish,
.built early in the 17th century
to protect the entrance to the
Chagres River route to Old Pa-
,nama and as a storage place
for treasure.


Van


For the past 100 years, the
ruins of the, once nighty fort
have been lying in. peaceful
slumber on .a 'hill overlooking
the mouth of the-Chagres. The!
only recent changes have been
extensive renovation .and clear-
ing of the ruins by the U.S.
Army and visits by an increas-
ing number of tourists and


~qAn


DOORWAYS IN MASONRY ALL INTACT


Winkle


local residents.
Subject of poem, legend and
novel, Fort San Lorenzo is to-
day one of the most pictures-
que tourist attractions on r.he
Isthmus.
Visitors can reach the ruins
'by crossing the Canal 'by way
of'the Gatun Locks Sea Gate,
taking the road to the right
and passing through Fo'r, t
Sherman: A well marked road
leads from Fort Sherman to
the old ,fort. The area is open
to the public all year round,
seven days.a week from 7 a.m.
to 7 p.m.
The ruins, as they stand to-
day, are what remains of the
fort rebuilt in 1751 by Don Ig-
racio de Sala, governor of
Cartagena. It was abandoned
when the Royal Road to Pa-
nama lost its traffic.
San Lorenzo and the former
village of Chagres resumed
brief importance in 1841. when
the are.i became a port of
cali for the Royal Mail Steam-
packet Co. which traded betwe-
en England and Latin America.
Is was supplanted in 1851,
however, when the, first steam-
ship discharged its -passengers
at what is 'now Colon.
Although the present -fort is
not the same as the one which
'the English pirate Henry Mor-
gan destroyed, the site, the
natural defenses and the plan
of the works are identical.
When the underbrush and
jungle were cleared away*re-
cently, the massive masonry
and battlements were revealed.


Fortress'


DOMED ENTRANCE GATEWAY STILL STANDS WATCH

Visitors 'may enter the old dun- Fort ad 'possibly a picnic lundh
geons and vaulted chamber at tables which have been ins-
with the brick ceilings still tailed, the visitor also can
nearly as perfect as the, day make a tour of the well known
they were shaped. The old can- Jungle Warfare Training Cen-
ron have been put back in ter Zoo,.at Fort Sherman. which
place and some of the original is open to 'the public Ifrom 2'
rusty cannon balls still remain, to 6 pm. each Saturday nd
In addition to a visit to the Sunday and 'on U.S. 'holidays.


SP I L LWAY


.Page TIhre


March 8, 1963






SPILLWAY


March 8, 1963 -


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


R. T. HIGH, Supervisory Pharmacist at
Gorgas Hospital Pharmacy, came to the Isth-
mus in 1940 from Lincoln, Nebraska. He is
a graduate of the University of Nebraska,
and all his service in the. Canal Zone has
been with Gorgas Hospital.

His first position here was as a dispenser
assistant. On February 1, 1942, he was pro-
moted to pharmacy assistant and has he(d
his present position since a year ago.

Mr. High is planning to retire in Novem-
ber, and, with his wife, will go to Harris-
burg, Mississippi. What will he do after re-
tirement from government service? Probably
go to work in Harrisourg as a part-time
pharmacist. Hospital pharmacists are in great
demand in the United States, and, he says,
the part-time work will help "keep his hand
in" his chosen profession.

Mr. and Mrs. High have one daughter,
who is married and lives at Long island. N. Y.
He enjoys photography and is a member
of the local Camera Club. He has been active
in Canal Zone Masonic circles and is a mem-
ber of York Rite Body.


GILBERT A. SOLLAS


JOHN C. BODENMANN, who will have
been with the Gorgas Hospital Pharmacy two
years next August, is a graduate of Rutgers
University in New Jersey and was in retail
pharmacy work in New Jersey for 7 years
before coming to the Canal Zone.
One day, looking through the American
Pharmaceutical Journal he read of a phar-
macist position 'open in the Canal Zone. He
applied, and not too Jong afterward he and
-his family headed for the Isthmus. -

Some of the half-century-old formulas still
in use in- filling prescriptions fascinate him.
For instance, he found, Dhobie ointment is
still- manufactured in the Gorgas Hospital
pharmacy, just as it was 50 years ago. This
ointment is used in treatment of fungus infec-
tion.

He lives in the Gorgas apartments and
has three children: Jpim, 7; Jeannine, 4; and
Jeffrey, 2. i


R. T. HIGH


GILBERT A. SOLLAS, Supervisory Cargo
Officer in the Panama Canal Terminals Divi-
sion on the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus, is
active in community work in Colon, Republic
of Panama, and in the Canal Zone.
He took an active part in the 1963 Car-
nival arrangements as chairman of the Canal
Zone Atlantic Side Carnival -committee. He
is President of Colon's Oinamental Commit-
tee; President of the Traffic Board of the Pa-
nama National Guard (Atlantic Sectdr); a vo-
lunteer member of the Colon Fire Depart-
ment, with the rank o'f First Lieutenant; and
is immediate past president of the Colon
Lion's Club. In 1961 he was presented the
American Legion Foreign Relations Award
at Fort Amador.
Mr. Sollas was born and reared in the
Canal Zone. He attended Cristobal High
School, the Fortier Military Academy in Loui-
siana, and Canal Zone Junior College in Bal-
boa.
He is married and has two sons.
Aside from his community activities in
Colon and Canal Zone communities, his hobby
is model railroading.


JOHr C. BODENMANN


"Cente en la Noticia" on opposite page


JORGE E. RUIZ C., lithogra-
phic pressman at the Priting
Plant in ,the Administration
Building, Balboa Heights. has
only been working for the -Pa-
nama Canal for a year and a
half. He obtained his exper-
ience working in Panama City.
He was graduated from the
- Melchor Lasso de la Vega Arts
. and Crafts School in -Panama
in 1956 as-sa constructor, but
decided to learn lithographic
press work. He was born' in
Santo Domingo, Chiriqui, and
now lives in Panama City. He
is single.


EDWARD E. PUSEY, former
professional ballplayer, now a


lithographic pressman at the -
Printing Plant in the Adminis-
tration Building, Balboa
Heights, has been working for
the Panama Canal for 21 years.
In this time he has worked as-
a. meatcutter's assistant at the
Balboa Clubhouse, seaman in
the Dredging Division at Gam-
boa, and operator of a duplicat-
ing machine in the Engineering
and Construction Bureau, be-
fore coming to his 'present job.

Pusey was a professional
baseball player from 1946 to
1952 with the former Chester-
field team in the Professional
Baseball League of Panama.
He was a fielder. He was born
in Gorgas Hospital and now
lives in Vista Hermosa, Pana-


ma. He is married and has 6
children, three of whom are
students at Ricardo Miro
School in Panama.




JULIO QUARLES ESPINOSA
is a temporary employee on
the Miraflores Locks overhaul
project. His work is to clean
valves and gates, as shown in
the photograph. This is the first
time lie has worked for the Ca-
nal, but he hopes to obtain
permanent employment with the
Sanitary Division in Cristobal
when the temporary work on
the locks is finished. Julio was
born in Panama City, where
-he resides.


Coming Events

Display of huacas and pre-Colombian jewelry at National
Museum throughout March. The museum is- .pen daily except
Monday.
March 9-Festival of Spanish dancing at the National Sta-
dium, Panama.
March 9-34th Annual Elks Charity Ball in Sky Room, Cris-
tobal, with music by Lucho Azcarraga.
March 11-Festival of Panama Folklore at National Stadium,
Panama.
March 12-Festival of typical Panama dancing and music under
direction of "Aires Tablenos,' folklore interpreters,
National Stadium. Panama.
March 14-15-Festival of classical ballet and modern dancing, di-
rected by Panama artists Juliho and Flor Maria Arauz
at National Stadium, Panama.
March 15-44th Anniversdry of the American Legion.
March 15-19-San Jose Fair in David. Inauguration ceremonies will
be on evening of 15th. Costa Rica will participate;
also the Canal Zone.
March 16-17-Pacific Softball League Invitational Tournament-,
Balboa.
March 20-Seconc festival of Spanish ballet at National Sta-
dium, Panama.
March 22-Annual Policeman,s Ball at El Panama Hilton Hotel,
8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
March 27-2.8-National Legion Commander Jimmie Powers to
visit Canal Zone.
March 30-Gamboa Invitational Softball Tournament.
March 30-lsthmian Historical Society-sponsored trip to histo-
rical T-aboga Island. ,
March 30-31-Orange Fair in Capira, Panama.
April 2-6-Fiesta of Santo Toribio at Nombre de Dios.
April 4-11-Caribbean Girls State at Fort Kotbe.
April 6-7-International Invitational Softball Tournament, Bal-
boa.
April 10-14-second Fair of Azuero in Villa Los Santos. Panama.
Al-ril 10-30-Exhibition of paintings by Armando Morales, Nica-
raguan painter who lives in
Ap-il 14-Easter Sunday. Legal Holiday.
April 21-27-National Library Week.



TEight Lights For Margarita


Thing are going to be bright-
ened up a bit at a four-way
intersection in Margarita as part
of a long-range plan for im-
nrovrement of street lighting in
the Canal Zone.
Nineteen mercury vapor lights
are to be installed at the Mar-
garita intersection. Bids for the
work are to -be opened at Bal-
boa Heights on March 22 and
the work is scheduled for com-
pletion by mid-September. The
intersection is at the point where


I.'


Margarita Avenue, Bol Iivar
I:T-rway, Diversion Road and
First Street join.


OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
Miraflores Locks 2064
Gatun Locks 1766
Las Cruces, 6 irips' 775
Reina Manuelita; 1 trip 29
Passenger ships, 2 2555

GRAND TOTAL 7189


CFN-TV SCHEDULE


SUNDAY
1:00 Parade of Sports
2:30 Chapel of the Air
3:00 Wide World of
Sports
4:30 Newton Minnow
5:30 Championship Bridge
6:00 CFN News,
6:15 Sacred Heart
6:30 American Heritage
7:00 Frontiers of Wnow-
ledge
7:30 Danny Thomas
8:00 Ed Sullivan
8:50 Weekend News Re
view
9:00. Price is Right
9:30 Merv Griffen
10:00 First Lady
10:30 Christophers
11:00 Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Tonight
MONDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Magic Land of Ala-
kazam
5:30 Roy Rogers
6:00 4 Star' Edition
6:35 Zane Grey Theater
7:00 Bienvenido
7:15 Time in Space
7:30 Dick Van Dyke Show
8:00 Danny Kaye Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Movietime- "Little
Big Horn"
10:30 Medic
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Ed Sullivan
TUESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 American Civil War
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 American Heritage
7:00 Greatest Dramas
7:15 Armed Forces News
"Loan Shark"
7:30 Andy Griffith
8:00 Garry Moore
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Armchair Theater-
10:15 Salute To The
10:30 Air Power
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Danny Kaye
Show.


WEDNESDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Shari Lewis Show
Science in Action
4 Star Edition
Report
Around and About


7:15 Newsreel
7:30 Death Valley Dais
8:00 Perry Como Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Tonight
10:00 Sports Time
10:30 Ted Mack
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Garry Moore
THURSDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 College Bowl
7:30 George Gobel
8:00 Sing Along With
Mitch
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Thursday Theater-
"Hi-Jacked"
10:00 Password
10:30 Overseas Adventure
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc: Perry Como
FRIDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:30 Harvest
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 Report
7:00 Steve Canyon
7:30 Real McCoys'
8:00 Bell Telephone Hour
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Candid Camera
9:30 I've Got A Secret
10:00 Big Story
10:30 Stump The Stars
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Friday Night Thea-
Ster-"G r a n d Can-
yon"
SATURDAY
1:00 Cartoon Carnival
2:00 Capt. Kangaroo
2:45 Saturday Matinee-
"'Little Big Horn"
4:00 The Little Giant
4:30 A Sharper Sword
and a Stringer
Shield
5:15 Air Power
5:30 School Story
6:00 CFN News
6:20 Billboard
6:30 Big Picture
7:00 The Texan
7:30 To Tell The Truth
8:00 Lawrence Welk
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Circle Theater
10:00 Wrestling
10:30 What's Mv Line
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Enc- en Telephone


Page Four


mmmmmi







El


Canal De Panama


En La Feria De San Jose En David


El Canal de PanamA, co-
mo acostumbra a hacerlo
en las mAs importantes fe-
rias del pais, participara en
la Feria de San Jos6, que
se celebrara en la ciudad
de David, Chiriqui, del 15
al 19 de este mes.
El Gobernador de la Zo-
na del Canal, Robert J. Fle-
ming Jr., y su esposa Elea-
nor C. Fleming, estaran en
David los dias 18 y 19 para
visitar los terrenos de esa
gran feria que ha adquiri-
do el carActer, de interna-
cional, con la participaci6n
de la Repfiblica de 'Costa
Rica.
Entre las cosas que pre-


sentarA el Canal de Pana-
ma en su pabell6n, estardn
dos aparatos de Selectro-
visi6n, uno parlante y otro
silent; ciertos models del
Canal, tales como de las
Esclusas de- Miraflores, de
las nuevas locomotoras (mu-
las) y otros mas, y una ex-
hibici6n de fotografias.
AdemAs, el Canal de Pa-
nama regalarA dos terne-
ros de la Hacienda Mindi
a los organizadores de la
Feria de San Jos6, lo mis-
mo que una -variedad de
plants de los Jardines de
Summit para ser sembrados
en los terrenos permanen-


Vacuna Oral Contra el Polio

Administraran a flesidentes

de la Zona del Canal Este Mes


Un program de inmuniza-
ci6n destinado a proporcionar
vacunas orales de protecci6n
contra el polio a -ada residen-
te de la Zona del. Canal, co-
menzarA a fines de aste mes,
con todas las agencies en la
Zona cooperando en este es-
fuerzo.
La vacuna oral contra el po-
lio, que ha sido proporcionada
a millones de residents de los
Estados Unidos en vastas cam-
paisas de inmunizaci6n en las
comunidades, es administrada
por la boca, en vez de inyec-
clones.
Ademis de propoicionar in-
munidad contra todos los tres
tips 'de polio conocidos- por -la
ciencia m6dica, la vacuna oral
tambi6n proporciona lo que los
medicos Hlaman "inmunidad in-
testinal". Esto sigpifica que el
individuo inmunizado tiende a
ser menos propenso a propa7-
gar la enfermedad.
Las autoridailes m6dicas di-
cen que todo el mundo debe
tomar la vacuna oral, auin si
ha recibido anteriormente va-
rias inyecciones de la vacuna
Salk. La vacuna Salk no pro-
porciona la "inmunidad intes-
tinal" que da la vacuna oral.
Tres d6sis de vacuna oral se-
rAn dadas en el program' de
la Zona del Canal, con las pri-
meras dos con un mes de di-
ferencia cada una y la tercera,
que es el complemento de las
dob primeras., sera dada algiin
tempo jespues.
No existed reacci6n alguna con
la vacuna oral, dicen las auto-
ridades m6dicas. Las personas
aldrgicas a otras drogas, vacu-
nas o inyecciones pueden to-
mar la vacuna con complete
seguridad.
Todo el que es eligible pa-
ra asistencia medica en la Zo-
na del Canal es tambien elcgi-
ble para recibir gratuitamen-
te la vacuna oral contra el po-
lio. Los empleados del Canal
y sus dependientes recibirAn
sus vacunas--en las clinics en
sus distintos poblados, mientras
que el personal military y sus
-dependientes recibiran la va-
cuna en su respectivos dispen-
sarios militares. Los adults y
jcvencitos recibiran la vacuna
en cubos de azficar. Los infan-
tes y nifios recibiran la vacuna
direc.tamente en la boca por
medio de cuentagotas.
El itinerario que serb segui-
do para proporcionar la vacu-
na en las comunidades del Ca-
nal, seriA el siguiente:
Pr-imera d6sis (tipo I): Dis-
pensario de Gamboa, 30 de
MIVarzo, 9 a.m. a 1 p.m. y de
2 a 5 p.m.; Escuela de Pedro
Miguel. 5 de-abril, de 1 a 7
r.m.; Ctntro de Salubridad CQ-
munal de Paraiso, 6 de abril,
9 a.m. a 1 p.m. y de 2 a 5


p.m.; Centro de Salubridad Co-
munal de Balboa, Patio de Jue-
f,u de la Escuela Primaria de
Anc6n, y el Gimnasio de la Es-
cuela Incermedia de Diablo, 5
de abril. 1 a 7 o.m., y 6 de
abril, 9 a.m. a 1 p.m. y de 2
a 5 p.m.
Centro de Salubridad Coinu-
nal d.e Gatiin, 19 de abril, 1
a 7 p.m.; Centros de Salubridad
Comunales de Rainbow City,
Coco Solo y Margarita y la an-
tigua Estaci6n de Bomberos-
fe Cristobal. 19 de 'abril, .a
7 p.m., y 20 de abril, 9 a.m.
a 1 p.m. y de 2 a 5 p.m.
Segunda d6sis -(tipos II y III
combinados no el mismo
tipo come en abril): Centre,di
Salubridad Comunal de Bal-
boa, Patio de Juegos de la Es-
cuela Primaria de Anc6n, y
Gimnasio de .la Escuela In-
termedia de Diablo, 3 de mayo,
I a 7 p.m., y.4 de mayo, 9 a.m.
a 1 p.m. y de 2 a 5 p.m.; Es-
cuela de Pedro Miguel, 3 de-
mayo, 1 a 7 p.m.; Centr9 de
Salubridad Comunal de Parai-
so y Dispensario de- Gamboa,
4 de mayo; 9 a.m. a 1 p.m.
y de 2 a 5 p.m.
Centro de Salubridad Comu-
nal de Gatuin. 17 de mayo, 1 a
7 p.m.; Centros de Salubridad
Comunales de Rainbow City,
Coco Solo. Margarita y antigua
Estaci6n de Bomberos de Cris-
t6bal, 17 de mayo. 1 a 7 p.m.,-
y 18 de mayo, 9 a.m. a 1 p.m.
y de 2 a 5 p.m.
Tercera d6sis: La fecha serb
anunciada. mAs tarde.


Alojamiento

En La Feria

De San Jose
Los residents de la Zona
d e 1 Canal interesados en
concurrir a la Feria Agro-
pecuaria, Comercial e In-
dustrial de San Jos6, que se,
celebrara en la ciudad de
David del 15 al 19 de este
mes, podrAn solicitar aloja-
miento a la Oficina de Alo-
jamiento en David, por me-
dio de telegramas, cartas,
llamadas telef6nicas o per-
sonalmente.
Esta oficina, que s e ra
atendida por miembros de
la Guardia Nacional de Da-
vid, serA la finica que reci-
birA las solicitudes de hos-
pedaje en hotels, pensio-
nes y residencias de David,
Boquete y Concepci6n.


tes de la feria.
Los populares
Mancha y Gato de
dines de Summit


burritos
los Jar-
estarAn


dando paseos gratis a la
gente menuda que visit la
feria.
Los documentales en es-


Vol. I No. 38


pafiol sobre el Canal de Pa-
nami se estAn exhibiendo
actualmente en los teatros
de David y Boquete.


VIERNES 8 DE MARZO DE 1963


Mission Humanitaria del



Barco Hospital "Hope"

El barco hospital HOPE, que People" (Proyecto HOPE) y .rop6sito de la Fundaci6n,
recientemente hizo una trave- fue reacondicionado para su "Health Opportunities for People
sia por el Canal de Panama, es nuevo rol en las froxnteras de Everywhere", ique quiere decir
un reacondicionado barco hos- la paz. Se le puso el nombre "Oportunidades de sSalubridad
pital de la Armada de los Es- de HOPE, por las iniciales del para la Gente en Todas Par-
tados Unidos que tenia el nom- les". o


bre de CONSOLATION desde
1944.
Con la guerra de Corea, el
navio se conviru6 en el primer
.drco hospital que oper6 en
aguas coreanas, sirviendo a las-
fuerzas de las Naciones Uni-
das. Por sus servicios huma-
nitarios atendiendo a los enfer-
mos y heridos, la Repiblica de
Corea le coricedi6 la Citaci6n
de la Unidad Presidencial.
En Agosto de 1954 el CON-
SOLATION sali6 para Viet Nam
para tomar parte en la eva--
cuaci6n de giviles que se en-
contraban en el Viet Nam del
Norte controlado por los Comu-
nistas en "La Operaci6n Pasa-
je a la Libertad," por la cual
recibi6 la Cinta Vietnamesa de
Anlistad. Despues de casi ca-
torce afios de servicio conti-
nuo, el CONSOLATION fue
puesto fuera de comisi6n en la
reserve en Diciembre de 1955.
El 16 de marzo de 1960 el
barco fue prestado a la Funda-
ci6n de Salubridad "People to


Planean Cafe


En ExposiciOn
Se esti planeando un cafe
para el martes 12 de- marzo
a las 9:'30 a.m. en el Edificio
del Magisterio Panameio Uni-
do para la exposici6n del Arte
Americano preparado por el
Museo de Arte Moderno para
ser exhibido en los paises lati-
noamericanos.
La sefiora Trixie de Brice-
fio, bien conocida artist pana-
mefia, estarA present para ex-
plicar los trabajos a los asis-
tentes. El cafe sera ofrecido
a todo el pfiblico.
El comit6 para el caf6 esta-
ri encabezado por la Sra. Vir-
ginia Farland, la Sra. Bernice
Leber y la sefiorita Ceci Heur-
tematte.


El HOPE regres6 hace poco
,-el Peril, en donde estuvo in-
vitado por el Dr. Fernando
Cabieses Molina en nombre de
la Asociaci6n Midica Peruano-
.Norteamericana ..y la Universi-
dad de Trujillo, con el fin de
proporcionar las facilidades de
enspfanza necesarias para la,
formaci6n de los estudiantes
de medicine y enfermeria.
El barcb desplaza 15,000 to-
neladas e include los mA. smo-
dernos equipos e instalaciones
para la ensefianza medica pro-
fesional. Esto incluye varias
salas de operaciones totalmen-
te equinadas. Rayos X y labo-
.ra,orios clinics; 'armacia pro-
vista con los medicamentos mAs
rec entes; instalacion-es de clec-
tro-cardiograma; electro-ence-
faloprama, diagramador de me-
tabolismo basal: diatermia, ra-
yos infra-rojos, circuitos cerra-
dos de television entire las sa-
las de operaciones y la sala de
con'erenevas y muchos otros
equipos cientificos especiales.


El barco hospital HOPE pasa por las Esclusas de Miraflores rumba al Atlintico, en su viable de re-
greso a Nueva York, despu6s de haber estado en cl rer6 en su misi6n humanitarian.


Tomara Parte


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El Lunes Abren Matricula

1l AfaPara Curso de Universidad


del Estado
Las matriculas para el Pe-
riodo Primaveral de 1963 del
program de la Zona del Ca-
nal de la Universidad del Es-
tado de Florida, se abriran el
lunes 11 de marzo en ambos
lados del Istmo. Las classes noc-
turnas para los cursos de 8 se-
manas comenzaran el 18 de
marzo.
Cualquier persona que tenga
diploma de escuela secundaria
o el certificado equivalent,
puede hacer su solicitud.
En el sector Pacifico, los es-
tudi-antes pueden registrarse en
Ia Oficina de la Universidad
del Estado de Florida, Edificio
95, Fuerte Clayton, de lunes a
viernes al mediodia, del 11 al
15 de marzo. El miercoles 13
y el jueves 14 de marzo, las
matriculas serin aceptadas en
la rotonda del Edificia Admi-
nistrativeo en Balboa Heights.
Los estudiantes del sector
Atlantico pueden matricularse
en la oficina de la Universidad
del Estado de Florida, Edificio
32, Fuerte,Davis, del lunes 11
hasta el viernes 15 de marzo.


de Florida
al mediodia.
Al terminar et registry el vier-
nes al mediodia, la matricula
sera totalizada eara determi-
nar aquellas.clases que pueden
ser ofrecidas bajo el requisito
de un promedio de 20 estudian-
tes por clase. Los 61timos- re-
gistros deberan ser aprobads -
por el Director.
Las materials ofrecidas en et
horario del sector Pacifico son:
Espahol Elemental, Comunica-
ci6n Escrita, Matematicas BA-
sica, Biologia General, Civiliza-
ci6n 'Occidental, Humanidades,
Principios de Contaabilidad, Se-
gundo Aflo de ESpafol, Psicolo.
gia Educativa, Desarrollo de la
Filosofia Moderna, Problemas
Econ6micos de la America La-
tina, y la Introducci6n a la
Historic y Sistemas de Psicolo-
gia.
Los curses ofrecidos en el
sector Atlintico son: Espafnol
Elemental, Gobierno America-
no, Segundo Ano de Espaniol,
Rusia y Problemas de Educa-
ci6n.
Las classes se Ilevan a cabo
de 6:30 a 9:30 p.m.


En la plataforma de Miraflores, los visitantes pueden observer el funcionamiento de las Esclusas de
Miraflores desde este sitio estrategico. Cualquier persona puede ir a las Esclusas'de Miraflores oa
las de Gatun'todos los dias de-9 a.m. a 5 p.m. y alli recibirin las explicaciones pertinentes de tlo
guias bilingues del Servicio de Guias de la Zona del Canal.



El Servicio 1de Guias Sigue


Atendiendo Miles deVisitantes


Operaci6n Amistad
Deportiva el 24 de
Marzo en- Paraiso
El' campo de joegos de Pa-a
raise sera scenario el pr6ximo
domingo 24 ,de marzo de un
torneo de atletismo organizado
por la Comisi6n Nacional de
Atletisimo de Panama y el Con-
cejo Civico de Paraiso, deno.
-minado "'Operaci6n Amistad
Deportiva".
- 'Los events se iniciaran a las
8:15 a.m. con la participaco6n
de los mejores atltas de Pa-
nama y la Zona del Canal.
Los varones competiran en
dos categories, A y B, mientras
que las damas lo haian en una
sola division.
Los varones de case "A" -
participaran en 100, 200, 400,
800 y 1,500 metros pianos; re-
levo de 4 por TOOmetros; saltos
alto y largo; lanzamiento de
disco y bala (16 libras). Los
de la clase "B" intervendran,
en 100 y. 400 metros pianos;
relevo 4 por 100 metros; salto
alto y lanzamientos del disco
y bala (12 libras).
Las damas competiran en
75, 100 y 200 metros pianos,
relevo 'de 4- por 100 mefros,-
salto alto y lanzamientos del
disco y jabalina.
Las inscripcjQnes quedar'an
cerradas el mi6rcoles 20 de
marzo a las 6 p.m. Un atleta
puede participar hasta en 2
events mas el relevp. Toda
instituci6n depqrtiva o colegio
podra inscribir hasta 3 atletas
por prueba.
Las inscripciones pueden en-
tregarse en el Estadio Olimpico
de Panama a los profesores.
Julian E. Rivera N., Oscar
Suman Carrillo y a Carlos P.
Belizaire, por correo al Apar-
tado 3503, Panama.
En Paraiso aceptaran las
inscripcione Juan West, Stanley
Ie6y0, otce S. Oakley y Roge-


Los miles de visitantes que
mensualmente Ilegan a la Zona
del Canal, ya sea de la Rep6-
blica de Panama o del exterior,
/son atendidos por el eficiente
Servicio de Guias de la Zona
del Canal, que ba.jo la depen-
dencia de la Oficina de Irnfor-
maci6n del Canal de Panama,
fue fundado en junior de 1962.
Los miembros del Ser'icio de
Guias atienden a los visitantes
en su cuartel general, en la/ro-
toAda del Edificio Administra-
tive en Balboa Heights. .
Los n6meros de los telifonos
del Servicio de Guias son: Bal-
boa 1492 y Panama 2-1660.
El Servicio de Guias tiene
miembros norteamericanos y
panamefios que dominant -per-
fectamente el -ingles y al espa-
fiel, pues son bilingies. Algu-
nos de ellos bablan, incluso,
otros idiomas, como el fran-
cs y-,el italiano.
Con sus atractivos 'uniformes
miembros de e ste servicio es-
coltan a los visitantes en jiras
en chocolate y blanco, los


y excursions pgr las Esclu-
sas de Miraflores, las Esclu-
sas de Gatun y otros nuntos de
interns en la Zona del Canal.
Hay dos lanchas destinadas. a
excursions por el Canal de Pa-
nama, Las Cruces, con capaci-
dad- para 190 personas y Reina
Manuelita I qpe puede flevar
hasta 29 personas.
Los visitantes pueden ir 10To-
dos los dias a las Esclusas de
Miraflores y de Gatdn, de 9
de la maiana a '5 de la tards,
para ver en operaci6n el Canal
de Panama.
En la -lancha turistica .Pas
'Cruces han hecho excursiones
"desde Ai -Presidente de Pana-
mA, Don Roberto -F. Chiari y
miembros de su -Gabinete, has-
.ta cientos de estudiantes pa-
-namefios.
Si used desea visitor e) Ca-
nal de Panama, no vacile en
Ilamar al Servicio de Guias de
la Zona del Canal, que esta
siempre dispuesto a atenderlo.
Usted tambi6n puede ir solo a
visitar las esclusas, sin necesi-
. dad de-Ilamar al Servicio de
*Gulas. I -


Hist6rica
La Sociedad Hist6rica Istme-
nia estA planeando su primer
excursion de 1963 a la Isla de
Taboga. Como fecha tentative
se ha sefialado el sAbado 30
de marzo y los miembros in-
teresados deben hacer sus re-
servaciones.
Se planea una visit de to-
do un dia, con excursions a
los distintos sitios :hst6ricos en
la Isla -de Taboga. seguidas de
un almuerzo y bafio de mar an-
tes de regresar a tierra firme.
La sefiora Ruth C. StuhL, Pre-
. sidenta de- la Sociedad Hist6-
kYica Istmefia'. inform que le
gustaria tener las reservacio-
r,es para el 10 de marzo.


Isiael Lagun

Su Invicto Fre

Copeland en '
Ismael Laguna, el invicto
campe6n gallo de Panamai,
fresco de su triunfo por deci-
si6n unAnime sobre el campe6n
pluma de .Mexico, Juanito Ra-
mirez, en un combat a 10
,asaltos celebrado en el Estadio
Olimrpico de PanamA en la
noche del viernes 22 de febrero,
firm para medirse con el
norteamericano Auburn Cope-
land / en tn encuentro a 10
asaltos en la Plaza La Maca-
rena, en San Francisco de la
'Caleta, PanamA, en la noche
del domingo 17 de marzo.
Copeland, un recio -peleador
de Los Angeles, California, es
acitralmente el segundo retador
a la corona mundial de los
pesos ligero junior que ostenta
el filipino Gabriel "Flash"
Elorde, y. en su estreno en
Panamai, derrot6 por decision


Campeonato Nacional de la



Pesca Submarina el 16 y 17


El -Tercer Campeonato Na-
cional de Pesca Submarina se
celebrara los dias 16 y 17 de
marzo en la.Isla de,. Taboga,
siendo la base del torneo La
Restinga.
El torneo comenzarA al me-
diodia del sabado y las activi-
dades del primer dia termina-
rAn a las 4 p.m. Eldomingo
comenzari la actividad a las 9
a.m. y terminara a las 3 p.m.
Los peces aceptables para el


torneo y los puntos concedidos
por ecada uno serin: corbina
15 puntos, r6balo 15 puntos,
pargo 15 puntos, bojala 15 pun-
tos, sAbalo 10 puntos, cabrilla
10 puntos, jurel 5, y .pompano
5. El -peso minimo para cual-
quier pez seri de cinco libras.
Todos los competidores idel
torneo deberin tener 18 o mis
afios de edad y los equipos de-
;berin tener por lo menos dos


\
personas y no mas de tres. La
cuota de -inscripci6n para cada
participant seri de B. 4.00.
Los equipos y los participan-
tes deberin registrarse cuando
inicien cada dia y -uno de los
jueces del torneo inspeccionari
el bote. Todos los equipos y
participants tambi6n tendrAn
que registrarse al regresar y
antes de -la hora de cierre ca-
da dia o seran descalificados.


a Arriesgara


nte a Auburn

"La Macarena"
uninime al campe6n pluma
panamefio, Berisford Francis.
Se estima que esta seri una
pelea muy dura para Laguna,
que ya firm para disputar el
titulo mundial de peso .gallo
frente al campe6n Eder Jofre,
de Brasil, en junio o julio
pr6ximo en Sao Paulo, Brasil.
VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
AEsclusas de .Miraflores 2064
Esclusas de Gat6n 1766
Las Cruces (6 viajes) 775
Reina Manuelita (1 viaje) 29
Barcos de pasajeros (2) 2555
GRAN TOTAL 7189
/ Informaci6n suminrstrada
por el Servicio de Guies..


CONFERENCIA DE PRENSA


SOBRE FERIA DE AZUERO
Representantes de la prensa, radio y television de Pa-
nama, asi como tambien de la Oficina de Informaci6n del
Canal de Panama, han sido invitados ,a una conferencia
de prensa que se celebrara el domingo' 10 demarzo a las
9 a.m. en la Escuela Nicanor Villalaz de la Villa de Los
Santos.
El objeto de la conferencia de prensa es el'de explicar
todo lo relacionado con la Segunda Gran Feria de Azuero
que se Ilevara a cabo en Los Santos del 10 al 14 d- abril.


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Viajea. a Taboga

Planea Sociedad En Taboga Se Celebrara el


f-fMD o.


P I L L W A Y


Marzo 8 do 1963








Marzo 8 de 1963


SPILL WAY


Gran Torneo de Natacion Se Celebra


Esta Manana en la Piscina de Paraiso


Pqgina Tres


Todos los j6venes (varones y damas) hasta la edad de
16 afios podrAn participar en la competencia de nataci6n
que se efectuara hoy, a partir de las 10 de la mariana en
la Piscina de Paraiso, como, parte del program de Recrea-
ci6n de Verano en la comunidad latinoamericana de Pa-
raiso.
Un total de 38 events -19 para cada sexo- se, le-
varan a cabo, pero en caso de que el nfmero de inscrip-
ciones no haya sido lo que el instructor Alcides Bernal es-
peraba, entonces los events serAn menores, pero tambien
pueden aumentar si el entusiasmo' por la nataci6n ha cre-
cido y los participants sobrepasan la cantidad esperada.
A continuaci6n la forma en que se desarrollarin los
events de hoy, sin especificar el sexo, ya que ello depen-
de del nimero de inscritos:
25 mts.. estilo libre 7 a 9, aios; 25 mts. estilo libre 10
afios; 50 mts. estilo libre 11 y 12. afios; 100 mts. estilo li-
bre 13 y 14 anios; 100 mts. estilo libre 15 y 16 afios; -25
mts. estilo pecho 7 a 9 afios; 25 mts. 'estilo pecho 10 afios;
50 mts. estilo pecho 11 y 12 afios; 100"mts. estilo pecho 13
y 14 afios; 100 mts. estilo pecho 15 y 16 afios; 25 mts. esti-
lo espalda 7 a 9 afios; 25 mts. estilo espalda 10 iios; 50
mts. estile espalda 11 y 12 afios; 100 mts. estilo. espald'a
13 y 14 afios; 100 mts. estilo espalda 15 y 16 afios; 25 mts.
mariposa 10 afios o menos; 50 mts. estilo mariposa 11 y
12 afios; 50 mts. estilo mariposa 13 y 14 afios; 75-mts: es-
tilo mariposa 15 y 16 afios.
NOTA: Se darA premio a los ganadores de cada event.



486, Estudiantes Participan en el

Program de Recreaci6n de Verano


El Program de Recreaci6n.
de Verano en la comunidad
Latinoamericana de Paraiso
esta en complete : desarrollo,
con la participaci6n de 486
estudiantes de la comunidad.
La cooperaci6n de la comunidad
y de los participants ha sido
excelente.
El program de verano de


este afio en Paraiso estA diri-
gido por los profesores Cedric
Bailey y AlcFdes Bernal, e in-
cluye softball, baseball, volley-
ball, tenis ide mesa,.lawn tennis,
, ftbol, gimnasia, juegos ,infor-
males, .bailes foykl6ricos, nata-
ci6n, jhego de tejo, artes y
oficios, y cursos para pe fec-
cionar cuerpos.


Arturo Agard Di6. Dmostration


Son numerosos tos estudiantes de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas ce la Zona del Canal
que estan aprovechando el program de recreaci6n de verano. Aqui podemos ver un
grupo de j6venes en lIa Piscina de Santa Cruz, aprovechando los meses de vacaciones
de verano, para practicar su deported favorite, la nataci6n. Algunos de ellos tomarAn
parte en el torneo de nataci6n que se celebrara hoy en la Pitcina de Paraiso.


ME- N='I T.450]02 p


Los profesores Cedric Bailey
y Alcides Bernal estAn hacienda
una eficiente labor en el Pro-
grama de Recreaci6n de Ve-
rano en la comunidad Latino-
americana de Paraiso.
Bailey ha sido un des ticado
jugador de basketball y Bernal
un destacado nadador en Pa-
nama. Ambos son bien cond-
cidos de la afici6n istmeoia por
su intervencion active en los
deportees.
Las classes de seguridad en el
agua. y de salva-vidas que estA
dictando Bernal en la Piscina
de Paraiso son de gran utilidad


para los estudiantes de Paraiso
y todos estan alabando el
esmero eon que Bernal dirige
las classes.
El estudiante R. Leach se
acst distinguiendo como una de
las futuras estrellas de la nata-
ci6n en la comunidad latino-
americana xde Paraiso.
Gran -cantidad de estrellas de
pista y campo se reunira en el
campo de juegos de Paraiso el
domingo 24 de este mes, cuando
se celebre el torneo "Operaci6n
Amistad Deportiva" organizado
por la Comision Nacional de'
Atletismo de Panama y el Con-
cejo Civico de Paraiso.


ESTA JOVEN estudiante de la Escuela de Paraiso, se dispone a batear un lanzamiento
de la serpentinera rival, en un partido de softball en el campo de juegos de Paraiso, en
el program de recreaci6n de verano en Paralso. Con estas actividades, los estudiantes
de las. Escuelas- Latinoamericanas se distraen durante los meses. de vacaciones.


Torneo Anual de Softball

del Pacifico Habra el 16


El torneo annual de la Liga
de Softball del Pacifico se ce-
lebrarA el sAbado 16 de marzo
en Balboa, con la participation
de siete equipos. -El primer par-
tido comenzarA a las 8 a.m. y
el ultimo a las 5 p.m.
Este fin de semana, la Liga
de Softball del Pacifico envia-
rA un equipo de estrellas en
su visit annual a la ciudad de
Chitrd, para una series de tres
partidos con las Estrellas de
Chitr6,,dirigidas por Si6n Coebn.
Los equipos jugaran el sabado


Calendario de

Liga Divisional
Este es el calendario de la
primera semana de la Liga Di-
visional de Softball del Paci-
fico:
Marzo 10-Divisi6n de Abas-
tos vs. Contraloria; Marzo 11-
Indios de Clayton vs. Division
de Abastos; Marzo 13-Fuerza
Area vs. Transporte del Ej-r-
cito; Marzo 15-Contraloria vs.
Hospital de Corozal; Marzo 18-
Divisi6n de Abastos vs. Fuerza
Area.


y el domingo.


Contraloria y

Abastos Abren

Liga de Soft
La Liga Divisional de Soft-
ball del Pacifico abrirA fuegos
el pr6ximo domingo en el cam-
po de juegos de Paraiso, con la
participaci6n de seis equipos.
CorresponderA a los equipos
de la Contraloria y Divisio6n de
Abastos inaugurar la just a las
9:30 de ]a mafiana del domin-
go. Los otros equipos partici-
pantes son Tranporte del Ejer-
cito, Hospital de Corozal. Indios
de Clayton y Fuerza A6rea.
Los detalles del torneo fue-
ron arreglados el lunes pur la
noche en la residencia de Al-
fred Bowen, en donde se acor-
d6 que los par:idos se cele-
braran los domingos, lunes,
miercolei y viernes, constando
el calendario de dos vueltas,
resultando ganador el equipo
que mis juegos gane.


AMIN&








Marzo 8 de 1963


SPILLWAY


PAgina Cuatrf


CALENIDAIHD iE EVENTS
MARZO

8-23-Exhibici6n de 86 Cuadros "DIBUJOS Y ACUARELAS ABS-
TRACTAS: E.U.A." del Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva
York. Sal6n del Instituto Panamenio de Arte en el edificio
del .Magisterio Panamenio Unido. Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
9-Festival de Danzas Espafiolas bajo la direcci6n de Blanca
Korsi de Ripoll. Estadio Olimpico.
9-Baile Anual de Beneficencia de :los Elks en el Sky Room
de Crist6bal, con la misica de Lucho Azcarraga.
11-Festival Folkl6rico Panamefio en el Estadio Olimpico.
12-Festival de Bailes Tipicos Panamefios presentado por el
Conjunto "Aires Tablefios". Estadio Olimpic.o.
14-Festival de Ballet ClAsico y Danzas Modernas. bajo la di
recci6n de Julio y Flor Maria Aradz. Estadio Olimpico.
15-Segundo Festival de Ballet ClAsico y Danzas Modernas en
el Estadio Olimpico.
15-44o. Aniversario de la Legi6n Americana.
15-19-Feria de San Jos6 en David. Las ceremonies de inaugu-
racion se llevarAn a cabo el 15 por la noche. Costa Rica
participarA en esta Feria; tambien participarA la Zona
del Canal.
16-17-Torneo Invitacional de la Liga de Softball del Pacifico.
17-Boxeo: Ismael Laguna vs. Auburn Copeland. Plaza La Ma-
carena en San Francisco de la Caleta, 8:30 p.m.
18-Recital Po6tico de Poesia Popular' Panamefia con ilustra-
ciones musicales y danzas. Dedicado al Viceministro de
Educaci6n. Estadio Olimpico.
19-Fiestas Patronales de San Jos6 en David, El Valle, Montijo.
Pedasi, Pes&. SonA y Tol.
22-Baile Anual de la Policia de la Zona del Canal. Alas 8
p.m., en "El Panama Hilton".
30-Torneo Invitacional de Softball de Gamboa.
30-Viaje a la Isla de Taboga patrocinado por la' Sociedad
Hist6rica Istmeiia.
30-31-Festival traditional de La Naranja en Capira.
ABRIL

2-6--Fiesta' Patronal de Santo Toribio en Nombre de Dios.
6-7-Torneo Invitacional Internacional de Softball.
10-14-Segunda Feria de Azuero. En Los Santos.
10 al lo. de Mayo-Exposici6n de 6leos de Armando Morales.
celebrado pintor nicaragilense radicado en Nueva' York.
Institute Panamfio de Arte en el edificio del Magisterio
Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
14-Domingo de Pascua.
21-27-Semana Nacional del Libro.


- G NTE EN LA NOTICIA


L-

EDWARD E. PUSEY, un ex-pelotero profe-
sional, actualmente litograto en ia Imprenta
del Edificio Administrativo en Bal b o a
Heights, tiene 21 afios de star trabajando
con el Canal de Panama. En ese period ha
estado como ayudante de carnicero en el
Clubhouse de Balboa, marinero en la Divi-
si6n de Dragas en Gamboa, operator de du-
plicadora en la Direcci6n de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n, y ahora como lit6grafo. Pusey
fue jugador de baseball professional desde
1946 hasta 1952 con el- ya desaparecido equi-
po Chesterfield en la Liga Profesional do
Baseball de Panama, en donde jug6 como jar.
dinero. Pusey naci6 en el Hospital Gorgas
y reside ahora en Vista Hermosa, Panama.
Es casado y tiene 6 hijos, tres de los cuales
estudian en la Escuela Ricardo Mir6 en Pa-
nama.
. .

, : :,


JULIO QUARLES ESPINOSA es un ayu-
dante temporal en los trabajos de limpieza
y reacondicionamiento de las Esclusas de
Miraflores. Su labor es la de limpiar valvu-
las y puertas, como aparece en la fotogra-
fia. Es la primera vez que trabaja con el
Canal de Panama, pero espera conseguir un
ernpleo permanent con la Divisi6n de Sa-
nidad en Crist6bal apenas finalicen sus la._
bores temporales en las esclusas. Julio na-
ci6 y reside en la ciudad de Panama, es
soltero. En -1947 trabajo como ayudante de
carpintero en Albrook Field.


Baja el encabezado "PEOPLE
IN THE SPOTLIGHT" se men-
ciona a las siguiemues personas,
cuyos retratos tambien apare-
cen alli:
JOHN C. BODENMANN, quien
cumplirA dos arios con la Far-
macia del Hospital Gorgas en
agosto pr6ximo, es graduado
de la Universidad Rutgers en


Nueva Jersey y estuvo traha-
jando en una farmnacia en Nue-
va Jersey durante 7 arios antes
de venir a la Zona del Canal.
El reside en los apartamentos
del Gorgas y tiene tres hijos:
John, de 7 afios; Jeannie, de ..
4; y Jeffrey, de 2. M

R. T. HIGH, Jefe de FarPia-

Impreso en La Estrella de Panama


JORGE E. RUIZ C., lit6grafo en la Impren.
ta del Edificio Admidistrativo en Balboa
Heights, tiene apenas un' afio y medio de
estar trabajando en el Canal de Panama. Su
experiencia en la litografia la adquiri6 ha-
ce cinco afios trabaiando en la ciudad de Pa-
nama. Se gradu6 en la Escuela Artes y Ofi-
cios "Melchor Lasso de la Vega" en 1956 co-
mo constructor, pero como esa profest6n no
le dejaba much, decidi6 aprender litogra-
fia, de la cual vive ahora. Ruiz nacio en San-
to Domingo, Chiriqui, y reside ahora en la
ciudad de Panama.


- PROGRAMS DE TELEVISION


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Noticias
PenSion Leocadia
Cine Serie Semanal
Foro 7
Teleteatro
La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
Reportajes Mundia-
les
Avances
El Mundo de la Mu-
jer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Baranda Hipica
Los Vikingos
Noticias
Lawman
Estrellas de Holly-
wood
77 Sunset Strip
Fore de OpiniOn
PTblica
Noticias
Teleteatro


MARTES
12:00 Dibujos Animados,
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:15 Los Acuanautas
4:15 Reportajes Mundia-
leos
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
loe
5:30 Fiesta de Estrelli-
tas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Los Enredos de Pa-
blito
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Show de Blanquita
Amaro
7:3W0 B ografia
8:00 Caravana
9:00 La Ciudad Desnud?
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
3:30 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportaojes Mundia-
los
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
les
SW3 Fiesta do Estrellitas
8:10 Baranda Hipica


6:15 Bamar de la Selva
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Bugs Bunny
7:30 Bey de Diamantes
8:00 Surf Side 6
9:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 -Un Paso al Mas
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Lucha Libre
JUEVES
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pension Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleleatra
3:30 La Fascinaci6n' de
Miami.
4:00 Reportajer Mundia-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu.-
jet .
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Panamefo Paname-
no
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Sala de Proyecci6n
7:30 Mis Tres .Hijos
8:00 'La Nueva Genera-
ci6n
9:00 Ballinqer de Chica-
go
9:30 Peter Gunn
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
VIERNES
12:00 El Cegato Maqoo
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Pensi6n Leocadia
1:00 Cine Serle Semanal
1:30 Foro 7
2:00 Teleteatro
3:30 La Fascinaci6n de
Miami.
4:00 Reportales Mundis-
les
4:30 Avances
4:45 El Mundo de la Mu-
jer
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Flecha Rota
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Los Picapiedra
7:30 Alfredc Hitchcock
8:00 Boris Karloff
9:00 Markham
9:30 Papa Soltero
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro
SABADO
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cinp Aqui y' All&
1:00 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Reportajes Mundia-
les
2:OQ Teleteatro
1:45 Sarao de Tevedos


4:45 El Mundo de la 4u-.
ler
5:30 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:10 Baranda Hipica
6:15 Sr. Fiscal
6:45 Noticias
7:00 Steve Canyon
7:30 Robin
9:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Aventureros d e 1
Mississippi
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Teleteatro

DOMINGO
11:00 El Expreso de la
Alegria
12:00 Dibujos Animados
12:45 Talentos, S. A.
2:00 Teleteatro .
4:00 Los Paracaidistas
4:30 Cuentos de Wells
Fargo
5:00 Supercar
5:30. Maverick
6:30 Jitazo Royal
7:00 Este es McGraw
7:30 Documental
8:00 Ajedrez Fatal
9:00 El -Buen Pastor
10:00 Teleteatro

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 Documental
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
5:00 Las Momias de Gua.
najuato
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
6:30 La Ley del Rev6l-
ver
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Rin Tin Tin
8:00 La Legi6n Extranje-
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Adi6s Amor Mio
novell)
9:30 Ruta 66
10:30 Noticias

MARTES
11:30 Alegrias Infantiles
. 12:15 Siguiendo el Ras-
tre
12:45 Noticlas
1:00 Carrousel Hipico 7
Deportivo
1:10 Novela Semanal
1:45 Buenas Tardes


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5:00
5:30
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6:30
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12:15

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1:00
1:10
1:45
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4:30
5:00
5:30
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6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
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10:00


Documental
La Cocina en Tele.
vision
Las ilamias de Gua-
najuato
Titeres y C6micas
El Hombre en ei Es-
pacio
Yogi Bear
Noticias
Studio Pepsi
El Martes a las 8
(viva. musical)
Murailas Blancas
Adios Amor Mio
El Tercer Hombre
La Cuerda Floia
Noticias

MIERCOLES
Alegrias Infantiles
Diaro de a Bordo
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
Novel Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
La Cocina on Tele-
visi6n '
Las Momias de Gua-
najuato
Titeres y C6micas
El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
Lanceros do Benga-
la
Noticias
lim de la Selva
C6micos y Cancio-
nes
Murallas Blancas
Adi6s Amor Mio
Dr. Kildare
Noticias

JUEVES
Alegrias Infantiles
El Jinete de la Pra-
dera
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
SDocumental
La Cocina en Tele-
visi6n
Las Momias de Gua-
najuato
Titeres y Comicas
El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
Lassie
SNoticias
Loretta Young
La H o r a Orange
Crush
Murallas Blancas
Adi6s Amor Mio
Dimension Descono-
cida
Mr. Lucky


U-


10:30 Noticias

VIERNES
11:30 Alegrias Inlantiles
12:i5 Jet Jackson
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 Las Momias de' Gua-
najuato ,
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
6:30 Rev6lver a la Or-
den
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Bat Masterson
8:00 Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30 Murallas Blancas
9:00 Adi6s iAmor' Mio
9:30 Los Intocables
10:30 Boxeo
11:30 Noticias
SABADO
11:30 Alegrias Inantiles
12:15 El LIanero Sblita-
-io
12:45 Noticias
1:00 Carrousel Hipico y
Deportivo
1:10 Mi Carretilla y Yc
1:30 Para la Familia
2:00 Las Momias de Gua-
najuato
4:00 Documental-
4:30 La Cocina en Tele-
visl6n -
5:30 Titeres y C6micas
6:00 El Hombre en el Es-
pacio
6:30 Investigador .S u b-
.marino
7:00 Noticias
7:30 Laramie
8:30 Perry Mason
9:30 Suspenso
10:00 Noticias
10:15 Pelicula
DOMINGO
110:00 Todo par la Patria
10:30 Hazafas del Espa-
cio
11:00 Salvese Quien Pue-
da
11:30 Inspector Leclerc
12:00 La Comedia Silente
12:30 Cita Informal
1:30 Novela Semanal
3:30 Pelicula
5:30 Alegrias Infantiles
6:00 Furia
6:30 Patrulla de Caminos
7:00 Bonanza '
8:00 Jefatura 87
9:00 Hong Kong
10:00 Pelfcula


cia en el Hospital Gorgas, vino
al Jstmo -en 1940 procedente de
Lincoln, Nebraska. Es gradua-
do de la Universidad de Ne-
braska, y todo su servicio en
la Zona del Canal ha sido con
el'Hospital Gorgas.
Su primer empleo aqui fue
como ayudante en el dispensa-
rio. El primero de febrero de
1942 fue ascendido a ayudante
de farmacia y su actual posi-
ci6n la tiene desde hac'e un
ano.
El Sr. High, esti planeando
retirarse en noviembre, y, con
su esposa, irA a Harrisburg,
Mississ.ppi. Qu6 harA despues
de jubilarse del gobierno? Pro-
bablemente irA a trabajar en
Harrisburg como farmaceuta o-
casional. Los farmaceutas de
hospital estAn en gran deman-
da en los Estados Unidos, y,
dice 61, el trabajo occasional
le ayudara "a mantenerse en
condiciones" en su profesi6n.

GILBERT A. SOLLAS. Jefe
de Carga en la Divisi6n de Ter-
minales del Canal de PanamA
en el Sector AtlAntico del 1st-
mo, es una persona muy acti-
va en el trabajo de la comuni-
dad tanto en Col6n, Repuiblica
de Panama, camo en la Zona
del Canal.
El tom6 parte active en los
arreglos del Carnaval de 1963
como president del comit6 del
Carnaval del Sector At]lntico
de la Zona del Canal. Es Presi-
dente de la Junta de Ornato
de Col6n; Presidante del Co-
mit6 de-Trinsito de la Guardia
Nacional de PanamA (Sector
AtlAntico); miembro voluntario
del Cuerpo de Bomberos de
Col6n, con el rango de Tenien-
te; y fu6 president el afio pa-
sado del Club de Leones de
Col6n. En 1961 recibio el Pre-
mio de Relaciones Exteriores
de la Legi6n Americana en
Fuerte Amador.
Esta casado y tiene dos bi-
Jos.
AdemAs de sus actividades
en la comunidad en Col6n y Ia
Zona del Canal, so pasatiempo
es modelar ferrocarriles


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