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Title: Spillway
Physical Description: 1 v. : ill. ; 28-43 cm.
Language: Spanish
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Balboa Heights C.Z
Publication Date: November 30, 1962
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Language: Spanish and English.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 30, 1957 (experimental issue)-v.1 no.32 (Jan. 25, 1963).
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Vol. 1, No. 24 Weekly Publication of the Panama Canal Friday, November 30, 1962
1


Philatelists Busy
Imperfect postage stamp issues and what
should be done about them have bobbed
up so often in the news of late that the two
adult stamp clubs on the Isthmus have been
kept busy answering questions.
For some decades, the Caribbean Stamp
Club based in the Canal Zone has served
as a nucleus for philatelists from all over
the Isthmus. Of its 80 paid-up members,
about half are Panamanians. But recently,
when the Latin American Federation of
Philatelic Societies was formed and began
holding meetings in one or another capital,
it became obvious that the Caribbean
group could not represent Panama.
Nor could it serve in an advisory capac-
ity to the Government of Panama, as cer-
tain of its Canal employee members are
designated to serve on the Governor's
Stamp Advisory Committee.
So, earlier this month, a new stamp club,
the Sociedad FilatBlica de Panama, was
formed. It has about 66 members, some
of whom are U.S. citizens.
Many collectors belong to both clubs,
and at least two serve as officers in both.
The purpose of both is to assemble persons
interested in philately in order that they
may mutually benefit from the exchange
of ideas, information, and material. Mem-
bership in both non-profit clubs is for
persons over 18 years of age, with no re-
strictions as to race, color, nationality, sex,
or religion.


480 mEn Run CRISTOBAL

BOATHOUSE AROUnD CLOCH


Regardless of weather conditions, Pan-
ama Canal pilots, deckhands, quarantine
doctors, and officers fulfill their daily
routine of boarding incoming ships to
attend to their various and necessary duties.
For this they need transportation. So
boathouses at Cristobal, Gatun, and the
Fort Davis landing are on the "ready"
24 hours a day in three shifts. They
operate 18 launches and a fleet of vehicles
to provide transportation for pilots, Panama
Canal officials and a force of deckhands
whose duties are to handle ship lines and
locomotive cables on board ships transiting
the Canal, or docking at piers in Cristobal.
Persons going aboard to assist in transit
or lockage operations also are taken out by
launch. Shipping agents go out on these
launches so that they may board vessels
whose interests they represent and attend to
their commitments. Sometimes passengers
wish to board or leave their ships in the
waterway.
All these operations are carried on by
480 employees under the direction of Cris-
tobal Harbormaster Raymond R. Will,
assisted by 6 general foremen whose re-
sponsibilities involve the safe and efficient
handling of ships using the piers or riding
at anchor in the bay.
The Harbormaster's Office not only takes
care of daily ship movements, but must
also keep a log registering the names of
the vessels, port of departure and port of
destination, tonnage and draft, call-letters,
and other essential information.


WILMOT BLACKMAN, launch captain
aboard the harbor craft Dove, steps up
to the window at Cristobal Boathouse to
check an order with launch dispatcher
William A. Collins. Both men have more
than 35 years of service, and both live in
Colon. Mr. Blackman has two teenage
sons; Mr. Collins five grown children in
the States. The two men find the harbor
an interesting place to work. And after
hours Mr. Collins even seeks out more
water-enough for a good swim.

The aggregate savings to ships using the
Panama Canal in operations alone amounts
in one full year to as much as $150 million.


CANAL QUARTET BUY VILLA CACERES HOMES


PANAMA BUSINESSMAN Carlos A. Pat-
terson is president of the Sociedad Filate-
lica de Panami and secretary of the
Caribbean Stamp Club, of which Robert
A. Stevens, a position classification special-
ist for the Canal, is president. (See photo
in Spanish section.)


Four Canal employees and nine other
non-U.S.-citizen employees of Federal
agencies on the Canal Zone have received
the good news of their acceptance for the
new houses built recently at Villa Cace-
res. Down payments of 15 percent were
necessary, plus other requirements.
Canal people expected to start moving
into three-bedroom units within the next
few weeks are Gladstone Gordon, Franklin
R. Samucls, and Mrs. Esme Rochester.
Others assigned are Percy A. Kenny and
Edgar L. Duncan, Army; Ivan A. Cowan
and Nathan A. Reid, Navy; and Adin
Herrera of the Air Force.
The one Canal man booked for the two-


bedroom units is Juan de Dios SAnchez.
Other successful would-be home pur-
chasers were Jose Lewis, Army; and Fran-
cisco Medina Ramirez, Alvin M. Blake, and
Allen A. Lyew, all of the Air Force.
Mr. Lyew is actually arranging to have
the water turned on at his new home,
according to the Canal spokesman for the
joint committee to expedite applications for
would be home-owners. Villa Caceres is
east of the Trans-Isthmian Highway not
far beyond Betania.
The project is a cooperative Panama-
United States program administered by the
Institute de Vivienda y Urbanismo (IVU)
of Panama.


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Along the Banks...

.** AT THE HUB of the far-floating
activity stemming from the Boathouse in
Cristobal is Senior General Foreman (Dock-
ing and Undocking) James H. Hagan, who
often has served as acting harbormaster.
A South Carolinian assigned aboard the
battleships Texas and New Mexico in
the Asiatic-Pacific Theater and elsewhere
(1941-47) before he was discharged as a
Quartermaster Ic, USN, it's small wonder
Mr. Hagan describes himself as an "avid
armchair admiral." He joined the Canal in
1948 as a nautical science aide, enjoys
writing a column for the Elks magazine
Crossroads, doing a bit of quail hunting and
following the go-karts. He and Mrs. Hagan,
also a South Carolinian, live in Margarita.
***VACATION TARGET-The Califor-
nia International Exposition of 1966 and
1967 will be the first "truly great" interna-
tional exposition in the West since the
Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco
in 1915, its officials declare. The 1915
exposition commemorated the 1914 open-
ing of the Panama Canal. The 1966-1967
exposition will be a $400 million project.
A 300-acre area under 47 feet of water
in the harbor of Long Beach, Calif., is to
be transformed, with millions of tons of
rock and fill, into the site for the exposition.
+**NEWLY APPOINTED as Super-
intendent of Corozal Hospital is Dr. Stuart
W. Hollingsworth, who was certified in
1961 by the American Board of Neurology
and Psychiatry. A graduate of the Univer-
sity of California School of Medicine with
the Class of 1953, his last post in the States
was that of director of the Oregon State
Hospital at Salem. He and Mrs. Hollings-
worth have two children. The family has
Ancon quarters.
***TAPPED FOR TRAINING in leader-
ship in her field is Miss Marilyn L. Flynn,
teacher of the deaf in the Canal Zone
Schools, who will do graduate work in
related fields at San Fernando Valley State
College, California, during a 30-week
program starting in February. Participa-
tion carries compensation of $4,200 and
the program is sponsored nationally by the
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.
** SOILS ENGINEER Anthony P.
Mann and Mrs. Mann took members of the
Federal Government Accountants Associa-
tion on a skindiving expedition at the
group's Wednesday luncheon at the Fort
Amador Officers Open Mess. Underwater
movies and slides were shown, with a run-
ning commentary for which Mrs. Mann
provided the human interest.
***VISITORS NUMBERING 3,017 were
welcomed this week by Canal Zone Guides.
They included 700 aboard two transiting
passenger ships, 1,264 who visited Mira-
flores, 316 at Gatun, and 737 who inspected
the waterway aboard the Canal's two tour
launches.
***DOCK FOREMAN John D. Lowe, is
the man who sees to it that ships arriving
in Cristobal harbor are spotted and tied up
in position to load or discharge cargo, or to
take bunkers. "It's never the same," he
says of his work. "You can take the same
ship out and bring it back in, but it's never
the same movement." Mr. Lowe, who lives


LUCKY ENOUGH to be on harbor duty
was Capt. Justin J. Bonanno, here waiting
in the Cristobal Port Captain's Office on
the call for a pilot to take out a ship.
Captain Bonanno, a native New Yorker,
dropped the Wall Street Journal, forgot
his local investment club, stuffed his bright
red cap into his kit bag and headed for
the Boathouse. Like many pilots, he likes
to wear red headgear on a ship's bridge
to avoid any confusion about who is signal-
ling the mules. A 1943 graduate of Kings
Point Maritime Academy, he was a master
for United States Lines in 1958, when he
signed with the Canal. He lives in Mar-
garita with Mrs. Bonanio, a Michigan
nurse he met at New York Presbyterian
Medical Center, their twins 9 and a
younger child.

with his wife and daughter in Coco Solo,
has 40 years of Federal service, including
26 in the Navy during which he saw the
world-or most of it. Lodge work for the
Elks and a bit of offshore fishing now and
then account for his offtime hours.
+**Capt. Paul S DuSold, Medical Service
Corps, U.S. Army, was presented the Army
Commendation Medal by Col. Erling S.
Fugelso, Health Director, recently. Captain
DuSold is the newly-arrived chief of supply
and maintenance activities at Gorgas Hos-
pital. A veteran of 20 years of military
service, largely in the medical supply and
maintenance field, his award was for meri-
torious performance as Medical Supply
Officer for the Second Army, Fort Meade,
Md. Captain and Mrs. DuSold will reside in
the Ancon area. Their son, Delbert, 18,
will join them at the end of the school year.
***A LIMITED NUMBER of associate
memberships in the Fort Amador Golf Club
are available for U.S. civilians. The 18-hole
course is open the year 'round. Dues are
$7 monthly for civilians. Applications may
be made to the club manager.
*** TWO BOOKS FOR CHILDREN by
Balboa Heights author and former Min-
nesotan Patricia M. Markun have been
translated into Spanish and published in
the United States. Both "The First Book
of the Panama Canal" and the "First Book
of Mining" have sold many thousands of
copies in English. Later, Mrs. Markun
hopes to have the Spanish edition of her
book on the Canal available for sale on
the Isthmus.


Group To Consult

About Contraband

Seeking to get community support for
enforcement of the regulations against con-
trabanding, a Contraband-Control Advisory
Committee has been designated by the
Executive Secretary. The move followed
discussions at an executive session of the
Latin American Civic Councils and a recent
Latin American community conference.
J. Patrick Conley, Assistant Executive
Secretary, will serve as chairman, with
Community Relations Assistant Sylvester
Callender, one member each from the office
of the Supply and Community Service Di-
rector and the Civil Affairs Director, and
four council representatives.



Paste These In Your Hat,

Or On Your Windshield

Until and including December 15, early
shoppers will do their buying during reg-
ular hours at all retail stores. But come
Monday, December 17, the big stores in
Balboa and Coco Solo (including house-
wares and shoes) will go into their Christ-
mas act with a daily, continuous weekday
schedule of 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Satur-
day, December 22. The day before Christ-
mas the hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Paraiso, Gamboa, and Rainbow City
stores will be open during regular selling
hours Monday and Tuesday, December 17
and 18. But for the 19th, 20th, 21st, and
22d they too will sell continuously from
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Day before Christmas
hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. straight
through.
Margarita and Gatun will maintain their
regular selling schedule through Saturday,
December 22, but will be open con-
tinuously 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the day before
Christmas.
On December 31 the food sections only
at Balboa and Coco Solo will be open from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the same hours are
set for all sections at the other retail stores.



Cars Without Keys Won't

Be Loaded On Cristobal

Employees traveling north aboard the
Cristobal with their cars in the hold are
warned by Water Transportation that
receiving personnel in New Orleans have
complained about the failure of some
owners to leave keys in their vehicles. Not
only ignition keys, but keys to all locked
spaces, such as trunks and glove com-
partments, should be left in the cars of
passengers.
It is important that such keys be in the
cars, not only for normal operations but in
case of flat tires or other emergencies.
Automobiles presented for shipment with-
out such keys will not be accepted by
the ship.
















Vol. 1, No. 24 Publicaci6n Semanal del Canal de Panama Viernes 30 de noviembre de 1962



Ti Perfecta Armonia Entre


3 Filatelicos del Istmo


JOHN D. LOWE, quien aparece aqui con
la enorme silueta del "Crist6bal" al fondo,
es quien tiene que entenderselas con los
problems inherentes al recibo y despacho
de naves que entran al puerto de Crist6bal
para cargar o descargar o para avituallar.
"La labor nunca es la misma" dice Lowe.
"Usted puede guiar la misma nave, ora
para su entrada ora para su zarpe, pero
la operaci6n difiere en cuanto a las
maniobras necesarias para el atraque o
despegue.
Lowe vive con su esposa e hija en Coco
Solo, y ha trabajado 40 afios para el
Gobierno, inclusive 26 en la Armada, y
conoce casi todo el orbe. Dedica sus ocios
a la pesca de alta mar y a su logia de
los Elks.


El mundo filat6lico se ha visto afano-
samente sacudido iltimamente con emisio-
nes de sellos postales imperfectas, lo que
siempre motiva hondo revuelo.
Los dos grupos asociados de filatelistas
del Istmo comprenden el Caribbean Stamp
Club, con sede en la Zona del Canal, que
es el mas antiguo, contando con 80 miem-
bros de los cuales la mitad son panameiios;
y la reci6n organizada Sociedad FilatBlica
de PanamA, con sede en la capital pana-
mceia y que tiene 66 socios, incluyendo
norteamericanos.
Muchos de los filatelistas pertenecen a
ambos grupos, intcgrados por mayores de
18 afios interesados en la colecci6n de sellos
postales, sin diferencia de raza, color,
nacionalidad, sexo ni religion.
Un hecho curioso consiste en que el
president del grupo de la Zona, Robert
A. Stevens, (cuya fotografia publicamos) es,
a la vez, vicepresidente de la Sociedad
Filatelica de Panama, en tanto que el Lie.
Carlos A. Patterson, president de la agru-
paci6n filatdlica panameiia (fotografia en


Desembarcadero de Crist6bal

Una Colmena de Actividades


Las intemperancias del tiempo no
logran entorpecer el ininterrumpido ser-
vicio-mantenido las 24 horas del dia-
de los Pricticos del Canal, medicos y
funcionarios de la cuarentena y estiba-
dores cuya responsabilidad consist en
el recibo y despacho de las naves en
Crist6bal.
Utilizando tres desembarcaderos, si-
tuados en Crist6bal, en Gatin y cn cl
Fuerte Davis, todos bajo el control del
Capitin de la Rada, Raymond R. Will,
veteran con 30 aiios de servicio en
el Canal de PanamA, los funcionarios
citados acometen su trabajo bajo cuales-
quiera condiciones de tiempo y a cual-
quiera hora del dia o de la noche. Seis
Capataces Generales asisten al Capitin
Will en la direcci6n de su batall6n de
480 personas.
Una flotilla de 18 lanchas y otra de
vehiculos, se emplea en transportar a
esos emoleados, facilitindose, tambi6n,
transport en las lanchas a los agents
maritimos locales que tienen nece-
sidad de ir abordo de las naves que
representan.
"Nuestra obligaci6n incluye toda


maniobra inherent al seguro y eficaz
manejo de los barcos que atraquen o
despeguen de los muelles, busquen an-
claje o precisen avituallarse," explic6
al SPILLWAY el Capataz General,
James H. Hagan.
Al despacho del CapitAn de la Rada
de Crist6bal compete, igualmente, lle-
var un diario en que se registran todos
los detalles pertinentes de cada embar-
caci6n que llame a ese puerto; asig-
narle sitio en los muelles o boyas de
amarre, segiin cl caso y tender a cuanto
sea requerido, vigilando por la extricta
adhercncia a los reglamentos portuarios.


la secci6n en ingles) es Secretario del Carib-
bean Stamp Club de la Zona del Canal.
Ello denota la perfect armonia que reina
entire los filatelistas del Istmo que ahora
podran former parte de la Federaci6n
Latinoamericana de Sociedades Filatelicas
en representaci6n de PanamA y a trav6s
de la recien formada sociedad panamefia
ya citada.

No Olvide la

Llave del Auto
La Division de Transporte Maritimo
quiere advertir a quienes embarcaren ve-
hiculos en el Crist6bal, con destino a
Nueva Orleans, que no deben olvidar las
leaves, por cuanto ya se han dado casos
en que se hace dificil a los consignatarios
mover los carros, debido a la falta de Ilaves,
no solo para el motor de arranque, sino
para el maletero y compartimiento de
miscelineas.
En caso de hacerse menester cambiar
una llanta, la falta de la Hlave respective
causa trastornos.
En lo sucesivo no se permitira el embar-
que de vehiculos sino van acompafiados
de sus laves.


Para Reprimir Contrabando

Se Designa Junta Asesora
Con el fin de reprimir el contrabando el Secretario Ejecutivo ha dispuesto la creaci6n de
una Comision Asesora para Represi6n del Contrabando. La decision fue adoptada despues
de debate realizado en el curso de una sesi6n ejecutiva del Consejo Civico Latinoamericano
y reciente Conferencia de Comunidades Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.
El Ayudante Secretario Ejecutivo, J. Patrick Conley, presidira la Comisi6n, a la que
tambi6n pertenecen el Coordinador de Relaciones de las Comunidades Latinoamericanas,
Sylvester Callender; un representante de la Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales,
y uno de la Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, asi como cuatro delegados del Consejo Civico.


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CFN TV SCHEDULE, DECEMBER 2-DECEMBER 8


El Rostro Familiar


SUNDAY
Parade if Sportis
Chapel of the Air
Wide World of Sports
Science in Action
CFN News
Sacred Ileart
Parents Ask About
School
Wonders of the World
Danni Thomas
Ed Sullivan Show
Weekend News Review
So This Is Hollywood
The Witness
Christophers
Final Edition
Encore: Sing Along
With Mitch

MONDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Santa's Workshop
Magic Land of
Alakazam
4-Star Edition
Greatest Dramas
Bienvenido
Zane Grey Theater
Price Is Right
Music On Ice
CFN News


9:10 \lMovietime: bridgee of
Sani Luis Rey"
10:30 Filocu On Amelieca
11:0(1 Final Edition
11:15 Encore. Ed Sullivani
Show

TUESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Kids Klub
5:30 Roy Rogers
6:00 4-Star Edition
6:35 Crisis
7:00 School of the Americas
7:15 Armed Forces News
7:30 Andy Griffith
8:00 Carry Moore Show
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Armchair Theater:
"Heartaches"
10:00 Tennesse Ernie Ford
10:30 Overseas Adventure
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Encore: Music On Ice

WEDNESDAY
4:50 Billboard
5:00 First Edition
5:05 Santa's Workshop
5:30 Shari Lewis
6:00 4-Star Edition
6:35 Report


A la Orilla del Canal ...

***EL PRACTICE JUSTIN J. BONAN-
NO, oriundo de Nueva York, era Capitin
de la United States Line en 1958, cuando
ingres6 al servicio del Canal de Panama.
Graduado de la Academia Maritima de
Kings Point, reside en Margarita con su
esposa y tres hijos, entire ellos mellizos de
9 afios y otro nene menor. En el puente,
Bonanno luce una gorrita roja "para que
los muleros me puedan distinguir mejor"
y en ratos de ocio lee el Wall Street
Journal (ver foto en secci6n inglesa).
#+*EL CAPITAN PAUL S. DuSOLD,
del Cuerpo M6dico del Ej6rcito, Jefe de
Actividades de Abasto y Mantenimiento
en el Hospital Gorgas, recibi6 Medalla de
Encomio de manos del Coronel Erling
S. Fugelso, Director de Salubridad, por
servicios meritorios en el Segundo Ej-r-
cito con sede en Fort Meade, Maryland.
*** 35 afios llevan trabajando para el
Canal de Panama dos residents de Col6n:
el Capitin de lanchas WILMOT BLACK-
MAN y el Despachador de lanchas
WILLIAM A. COLLINS (ver foto en la
secci6n inglesa).
***Durante 1966 y 1967 se celebrard
en California la "primera magna" expo-
sici6n international desde la celebrada en
San Francisco en 1915 con motive de la
apertura del Canal. El proyecto costarA
$400 millones y ocupara un Area de 300
acres actualmente sumergida en Long
Beach.
,** El nuevo Superintendente del Hos-
pital de Corozal Dr. STUART W. HOL-
LINGSWORTH, se recibi6 en 1953 en la
Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad
de California. Fue director del Hospital
Estatal de Oregon, en Salem, antes de venir
al Istmo. En 1961 se especializ6 en Neuro-
logia y Psiquiatria. Reside en Anc6n con
su esposa y dos hijos.


Around and About
Newsreel
Death Valley Days
Dinah Shore Show
CFN News
Tonight
Fight of the Week
Final Edition
Encore: Cary Moore
Show

THURSDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Kids Klub
Salute to the States
4-Star Edition
Report
5-Star Special
Freedom and You
CFN News
Star Parade
Password
What's My Line
Final Edition
Encore: Dinah Shore

FRIDAY
Billboard
First Edition
Santa's Workshop
Harvest
4-Star Edition


6:35 Report
7:00 Robin blood
7-30 Real McCovs
8:00 Bell Telephone Iour
8:55 CFN News
9:00 Candid Camera
9:30 I've Cot a Secret
10:00 CFN Bowling
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Friday Night Theater:
"Blake of Scotland
Yard"


SATURDAY
1:00 Cartoon Carnival
2:00 Captain Kangaroo
3:00 Saturday Matinee:
"Bridge of San Luis
Rey"
4:30 U.S. Navy
5:00 American Bandstand
5:30 Sports Time
6:00 CFN News
6:20 Billboard
6:30 The Big Picture
7:00 The Texan
7:30 To Tell the Truth
8:00 Lawrence Welk
8:55 CFN News
9:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00 Big Time Wrestling
11:00 Final Edition
11:15 Encore: 5-Star Special


Zoneitas Obtienen


Viviendas Nuevas


En "Villa Caceres"
Cuatro funcionarios del Canal de Pa-
nami y otros nueve que no son ciudadanos
norteamericanos recibieron la grata nueva
de que se les habian adjudicado viviendas
en Villa Caceres, Panama.
Los agraciados-quienes tuvieron que
depositar el 15 por ciento del valor de las
nuevas viviendas y Ilenar otros requisitos-
esperan mudarse durante las pr6ximas
semanas. Entre ellos estan: Gladstone
Gordon, Franklin R. Samuel y la sefiora
Esme Rochester, (quienes obtuvieron casas
de tres recamaras); Percy A. Kenny y
Edgar L. Duncan (del Ej6rcito) Ivan A.
Cowan y Nathan A. Reid, (de la Armada)
y Amdan Herrera, (de la Fuerza A6rea).
Otros compradores incluyen a Juan de
Dios Sanchez, Jos6 Lewis, Francisco Me-
dina Ramirez, Alvin Blake y Allen A. Lyew.
Villa Caceres estA situada mas alli de
Betania, al Este de la Carretera Trans-
Istmica. Es un proyecto cooperative entire
Panama y los Estados Unidos, administrado
por el Instituto de Vivienda y Urbanismo
de PanamA.

VISITANTES DE LA SEMANA
Gran Total_ ____-- _- 3017
Esclusas de Miraflores _ 1,264
Esclusas de Gat6n - 316
Barcos de pasajeros (2)___ 700
Las Cruces (5 viajes) -.. 713
Reina Manuelita I (2 viajes) 24
Informaci6n suministrada por el
Servicio de Guias


EN EL CENTRO del vivero de actividades
que irradian del desembarcadero de Cris-
t6bal estA el Capataz General James H.
Hagan, quien, en ocasiones, ha servido
interinamente como CapitAn de la Rada.
Nacido en Carolina del Sur, Hagan prest6
servicio military abordo de los acorazados
Texas y New Mexico, en el teatro de ope-
raciones del Pacifico, Asia, entire 1941 y
1947, antes de causar baja de la Armada
con el grado de Cabo de Brigada, 14 clase.
Hagan entr6 al servicio del Canal de
PanamA en 1948, como ayudante en ciencia
nAutica y se describe a si mismo "como
Almirante de poltrona." Actualmente vive
en Margarita, con su esposa y contribute
una column titulada "Crossroads" a la
revista de los Elks; es aficionado a la
caceria y el deported de "go-karts."





FIJAN HORAS


LOS COMESE"

Hasta el 15 de diciembre, inclusive, los
comes operarAn durante el horario usual,
pero empezando el lunes 17 de diciembre,
los de Balboa y Coco Solo, inclusive los
departamentos de Atiles de cocina y cal-
zado, abriran de 9 de la mafiana a 8 de la
noche hasta el sAbado 22 de diciembre. En
visperas de Navidad funcionarin de 9 de
la mafiana a 4 de la tarde.
En Paraiso, Gamboa y Rainbow City los
comes operarin en horario regular el lunes
y martes 17 y 18 de diciembre, pero el 19,
20, 21 y 22 estarin abiertos de 9 de la
mariana a 8 de la noche. El dia 23 abririn
de 9 de la mafiana a 4 de la tarde.
En Margarita y Cat6n se observarin ho-
rarios normales hasta el sabado 22 de di-
ciembre, pero se abriri de 9 de la maiiana
a 4 de la tarde el dia 23.
El 31 de diciembre operarin 6nicamente
las secciones de comestibles de Balboa y
Coco Solo entire 9 de la mailana y 4 de la
tarde e igual horario sera observado en
todas las secciones de los otros comes.


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