Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00094771/00546
 Material Information
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: January 21, 1966
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00546
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




THE PANAMA CANAL Gift ofthe Panama Canal Museum









Vol. IV, No. 31 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, January 21, 1966


Robert J. Huntoon, 91-year-old PanCanal retiree, with his daughter, Mrs.
John Erikson, at the Erikson home in Margarita. Huntoon, who came to
work for the Isthmian Canal Commission in 1905 and retired in 1937, lives
in Vermont but spends his winters with the Eriksons on the Isthmus.


'05 Construction Days

Veteran Back for Visit


According to statistics and Robert
J. Huntoon, 91, very few people die
after 90 for the simple reason that
most are gone before reaching that
age.
The Republic of Panama was going
on 2 when Huntoon and 11 other
plumbers boarded a steamer in New
York and came to work for the Isth-
mian Canal Commission in 1905.
Little progress was being made in
actual excavation of the Canal at
that time. The main efforts were still
on making the Isthmus a fit place to
live and work. Although much had
been accomplished in sanitation,
6 months later, Huntoon was the only
one left of the plumber group. All
10 of his colleagues had died of
yellow fever, blackwater fever, ma-
laria, and other diseases. He, too,
had yellow fever but was among the
lucky ones to survive.
Huntoon was born in Chittenden,
Vt., in 1875, coming from a line of
long-livers. One grandfather lived to
be 113, and an aunt, 102. Among his
hardy Vermont ancestors was a


grandmother who was a well-known
spiritualist of the day.
She owned a hotel where mediums
gathered from as far away as France
and England. It was during one of
these spiritualist meetings that a
medium from England took a liking
to a young son of the spirtualist
hotel-owner and the boy was sent
to England to study.
The young man returned after
completing his education wearing
the garb of the polished Englishman,
which included a top hat that the
children of the small New England
town made fun of and threw stones
at. The young man was John Eddy,
who later (in 1886) became American
Consul in Panama, died of yellow
fever and is buried in Mount Hope.
Hearing stories of his Uncle John
Eddy in Panama sparked his spirit
of adventure. After fighting in the
Spanish-American War, Huntoon
was ready for adventure in Panama.
During his first 3 years on the
(Continued on p. 3)


Santa Claus

Was Carrying

Quite a Load!

More Christmas mail arrived in
the Canal Zone this year than any
other year.
Canal Zone postal employees
handled a record total of 712,000
pounds of mail during the month of
December. This bumper crop of mail
was 62,000 pounds more than was
received during the Christmas rush
last year and was the largest handled
during any one month by the Canal
Zone post offices for local delivery.
Despite the heavy load, post office
personnel managed to get all parcel
post packages that arrived before
December 25 sorted and distributed
to the post boxes in time for
Christmas.


Some Menus Depend on Customs


Roast beef with oven browned
potatoes.
Broiled lobster.
Baby lamb chops with mint sauce.
All good plain nourishing food and
popular with the patrons of the
Tivoli Guest House.
But none of these dishes get to
first base with the Hindu seamen
who stay from time to time at the
Canal Zone Immigration Station at
Corozal and whose meals are prep-
ared at the Tivoli and served at the
station from the Tivoli kitchen.
East Indians who are Hindus are
not permitted to eat beef at all.
They frown on lamb and can have
mutton, goat, or chicken only if it
is killed according to the laws of
their religion. Some can eat lobster
or shrimp. Others cannot.
This leaves only fish and eggs to
go with the traditional rice. And that
is what East Indian merchant sea-
men get when they stay at the
Immigration Station.
Recently this dietary problem
became acute when a Hindu seaman
taken off the Indian cargo vessel
Chanakya Jayanti for hospital care,


stayed nearly 6 weeks at the station.
While he didn't complain about a
steady diet of fish, eggs, and rice,
Canal Zone Customs officials who
administer the station were apol-
ogetic. They became downright
worried when three other East
Indians joined the lone Hindu
seamen.
Norton Lilly, agents for one of
the ships the men were to join, came
to the rescue. Although live sheep
and goats seemed to be in short
supply locally, they could and did
provide live chickens.
The chickens were taken to the
Immigration Station to be killed
and cleaned by the Indian seamen
under the proper conditions. Later
they were sent to the Tivoli kitchen
where the chef transformed them
into curried rice and chicken.
Customs men said that while this
was a sticky problem, it was only
one of many they face in dealing
with the dietary customs and tradi-
tions of the various nationalities rep-
resented by the guests of the
Immigration Station.
They do their best, however. Scan-
dinavians go heavy on fish and cold


meats; Chinese get all the rice they
can eat; and Greeks like-of all
things-spaghetti.


Binational Center

Needs Teachers
The Panamanian North American
Association is interested in inter-
viewing prospective teachers of Eng-
lish for children's courses beginning
January 25. The candidate should
have a degree in English or Modern
Languages and/or experience in
teaching. These classes will be held
during the morning hours Monday
through Friday.
Those interested should call Miss
Ella Barrasso, telephone Panama
5-5058 or 5-5091.

SWEET JAM
There was one sweet traffic jam
on Highway 36 near Burlington,
Wis. A tank truck failed to negotiate
a curve, went into a ditch and rolled
over on its side. Out came 5,800
gallons of molasses. Police directed
traffic-a sticky job-until the pave-
ment was sanded and washed off.


Rare, Beautiful Collection

Of Shells Placed on Display


Marine Biological Research Asso-
ciates of Balboa has placed a rare
and beautiful collection of marine
mollusks on display at the Canal
Zone Library-Museum. This display
is perhaps the largest collection of
Panama Province sea shells ever
displayed in the Panama area.
The shells, part of a permanent
collection, include rare Conus such
as the Conus orion, the rarest shell
in the Gulf of Panama. The marine
mollusk display, rich in variety of
color and shapes, includes shells of
all sizes ranging from the giant
Fasciolaria princeps, which, when
fully matured, may reach 15 inches
in length, to the Microcithara harpi-
formis, a little beauty that measures
25 mm.
A favorite of shell collectors all
over the world, Strombus peruvianis,
also is found in the collection. Also
among the shell specimens is perhaps
the largest mollusk ever taken alive


from the Gulf of Panama, the Giant
Malea Ringens.
These beautiful shells have been
found in the sea, the water-soaked
sands along the Pacific coastal
waters, on the Perlas Islands, at
Coiba Island, Venado Beach, and at
Palo Seco.
As a public service, the curator of
the Marine Biological Research Asso-
ciates has placed shell collections in
museums and universities in the
United States. Among the museuimps
that have been presented shell col-
lections by the Marine Biological
Research Associates are the Santa
Barbara Museum in California, the
Academy of Natural Science in
Philadelphia, and the Museum of
Natural History, and the Paleon-
thology Society of Ithaca, N.Y.
At present the Marine Biological
Research Associates is engaged in
11 research projects on fish, crusta-
(Continued on p. 4)


Eugene Bergeron, Curator of Mollusks and President of the Marine Biological Research Associates of Balboa,
shows Mrs. Lee Suescum, library assistant, one of the largest sea shells of the Gulf of Panama sea shell collec-
tion donated to the Canal Zone Library-Museum.


Governor's Prayer Breakfast

February 8 in Curundu School
The Governor's Prayer Breakfast to be held Tuesday, February 8,
will bring together the leadership of both the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama in a spirit of friendship and prayer.
Two outstanding speakers will bring messages. Gen. Harold K.
Johnson, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, will bring a message in
English. Dr. Carlos Lastra, Secretary of State of the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico, will bring the message in Spanish.
The 500 guests will represent the leadership of labor, fraternal,
industrial, commercial, and professional organizations on the Isthmus,
as well as diplomats, clergy, and civilian and military personnel, plus
distinguished Government officials.
The first Governor's Prayer Breakfast sponsored by Gov. Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., last year was such a success that it will be an annual
event. Comptroller Philip L. Steers, Jr., again is chairman of the
committee.
Information regarding others who will participate in the program
will be announced next week. The breakfast will be in the cafetorium
of Curundu Junior High School.


' s-ibs







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Seven Cited for 140-Year Total


Of Accident-Free Driving


Seven drivers of official cars in
the service of Panama Canal have
accumulated 140 years of driving
without a single accident.
At a ceremony held at the Motor
Transportation Division area on the
Pacific side, Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt
presented certificates of merit to
each of the seven drivers who during
20 years of driving Panama Canal
vehicles have not had even the
slightest accident.
Four of the drivers who were
honored are employed on the Pacific
side. They are Joslyn A. Fearon,
John E. Hanlan, Culbert E. Daniel
and Enos A. Lindsay. The other
three drivers honored, employed on


the Atlantic side, are Abraham T.
Gayle, Emilio E. Garay, and Albert
Griffith.
All Pacific side Motor Transporta-
tion Division employees attended the
ceremony. Lieutenant Governor Par-
fitt and Capt. Axton T. Jones, Trans-
portation and Terminals Bureau Di-
rector, personally congratulated each
driver for his achievement. (Picture
in Spanish section.)


TEMPESTS TO PLAY
The Tempests will play at the
dance at the New Balboa Teen Club
this evening. The dance will follow
the track meet.


10SCN-TV SCHEDULE -

(Schedule subject to change without notice) James P. MacLaren, Division of Sani
SUNDAY, JAN. 23 7:05-To Tell the Truth vegetation in a 7-acre water enclosur
7:30-Assignment Underwater water hyacinths along the edges of
1:00- SCN Afternoon News 8:00-SCN News
1:05-Sacred Heart 8:05-Wednesday Night at the Movies: tion does not seem to have decreased
1:20-EBF: "Geological Work of Ice" "Life Boat" sure. There is no surface evidence of
1:30--Parade of Sports 9:45-SCN Open House summed up the manatees st
"Professional Football" Final Edition Headlines summed up the manateesst
4:00-Sundray Playhouse:
"Taxi" THURSDAY, JAN. 27
5:00-Pro-Football
5:05- MayhemOn A Sunday 4:00-Aternoon
Afternoon" 5:00--SCN Afternoon News
6:00--Chronicle 5:05- Afternoon (Cont.)
6:30-Where the Action Is 5:30--Meet the Press
6:55- TeleNews Weekly Newsreel 6:00-Dateline
7:05-My Favorite Martian 6:30-The Big Picture Victorian Lady Travellers, by
7:30-Official Detective 6:55-SCN News In Spanish Dorothy Middleton, is the story of
8:00-SCN News 7:05-College Bowl Dorothy Middleton, is the story of
8:05-Ed Sullivan 7:30-The Third Man the adventures of "seven intrepid
9:00-SCN News 8:00-SCN News
9:05-River Boat 8:05-Jimmy Dean Show 19th century ladies who made solo
10:00-Focus on Today 9:00 SCN News
10:15-Social Security In Action 9:05-Coronado Nine forays to .. far corners of the
10:30-Chapel of the Air 9:30-Four-Star Playhouse earth." When most women of their
11:00 -The Christophers 10:00-Focus on Today
Final Edition Headlines 10:15-Armchair Theatre: intelligence and social background
"Candles At Nine" r
MONDAY, JAN. 24 Final Edition Headlines were only brave enough to battle for
the vote, these ladies were bicycling,
5:00-SCN Afternoon News FRIDAY, JAN. 28 riding in palanquins and even moun-
5:00- SCN AfternoonNews 4:00-Afternoon
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) 5:00-SCN Afternoon News taineering in remote places. Miss
5:30-The Magic Room 5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) Middleton has written these sketches
6:00--Dateline 5:30- Man In Space
6:5530-Fronti ers In Spanish owledge 6:00-Dateline with a sly humor but with an obvious
6:55-SCN News In Spanish 6:30-The Air Force Story
7:05--Ive Got A Secret 6:55-SCN News In Spanish admiration for her heroines. Period
7:30-Andy Griffith 7:05-"What's My Line?" photographs add to the charm of the
8:05-Red Skelton 7:30-Danny Thomas
8:05-Red Skelton 8:00-SCN News book.
9:00-SCN News 8:05-Danny Kaye Show book
9:05-SCN Special of the Week: 9:00-SCN News Joe Gould's Secret, by Joseph Mit-
"Bell Telephone Hour" 9:05-Shotgun Sladeecretby Joseph Mit-
10:00-Focus on Today 9:30--M-Squad chell, provides a striking picture of
10:15-Monday Night Movie: 10:00--Focus on Today
"It Shouldn't Happen 10:15-Friday Night Movie: a famous Greenwich Village Bo-
To A Dog" "Fabulous Dorseys" hemian. This disheveled, bushy-
Final Edition Headlines 11:30-Festival of the Lights"hemian. This dis led, bushy-
TUESDAY, JAN. 25 Final Edition Headlines bearded and toothless figure was a
4:00-Afternoon SATURDAY, JAN. 29 backsliding member of the famous
5:00-SCN Afternoon News Gould family, a Harvard graduate
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) 1:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:30-MET-"Language In Action" 1:05-Cartoon Carnival and author of An Oral History of
6:00-Dateline 2:00--"Captain Kangaroo"
6:30-Survival 2:45-EBF: "Which Way Is North?" our Time. For years he was known
6:55-SCN News In Spanish 3:00-Magic Land of Allakazam throughout the Village as Professor
7:05-Fractured Flickers 3:30-Saturday Playhouse:
7:30-The Thin Man "It Shouldn't Happen Sea Gull because he said he could
8:00-SCN News To A Dog"
8:05-Hollywood Palace 4:45-(Second Feature) "Come On speak and understand the language
9:00-SCN News Tarzan" of sea gulls. Mitchell's first account
9:05-Greatest Show on Earth 5:30-This Is the Life of e gul e a
10:00-Focus on Today 6:00- Weekend '65 of Joe Gould appeared as a New
10:15-Film Festival: 6:20-C.Z. Calendar
"Hotel for Women" 6:30-Salute to the States: Yorker Profile in 1942 and his sec-
Final Edition Headlines "Wyoming"
6:55-SCN News In Spanish ond-a longer study, in 1964. In his
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26 7:05-The King Family book Mitchell has combined these
7:30-High Road to Danger
4:00-Afternoon 8:00-SCN News two sketches and refined them to
5:00-SCN Afternoon News 8:05-The Eentertainers make a fascinating portrit of an
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) 9:00-SCN News make a fascinating portrait of an
5:30-Report: "Eight Months To Mars" 9:05-Lawrence Welk unbelievable but at the same time
6:00-Dateline 10:00-Focus on Today
6:30-Armed Forces Feature Report 10:15-The Tonight Show strangely sympathetic character.
6:55-SCN News In Spanish Final Edition Headlines


tI



















Atlantic side First Aid Instructors received certificates as qualified instructors after 44 hours of first aid instruc-
tion, consisting of standard and advanced instructor courses on first aid, given by Safety Branch representative
Joseph L. Dargan, Jr. All are PanCanal employees with the exception of Harold G. Lawton, who is Assistant
Safety Director at the Refineria Panama. Instructors who received certificates at a ceremony held in the Appren-
tice Training Room in the Cristobal Post Office are, from left (first row): Alfred C. Goodridge, William R. Ward,
Basil G. Coke, Ervin D.Coke, Ervin D. Hicks, Vermeetl A. Laing, Merrick E. Banks; second row, Warren E. LeDoux, Sefred
A. Bowen, Stanley V. Waterman, William R. Byrd, Harold G. Lawton, Joseph R. McLean.


station Chief, examines results of the contest between the manatees and
e up the Chagres River. Evidence of the manatees' presence are stubs of
the floating islands of abundant vegetation. However, the amount of vegeta-
during the past year-the time the manatees have been in the water enclo-
what the manatees are eating other than the hyacinth stubs. MacLaren has
ay in the lagoon as a draw for the year the contest has been going.


(


By Eleanor Burnham


Oriental Rugs, by Charles W.
Jacobsen, is believed by the pub-
lishers to be the first complete guide
on the subject to be printed in the
past 45 years. It will be useful for
the individual who is planning to
purchase his first oriental rug as well
as for the collector, museum director
or importer. The book is divided into
three parts. The first part contains
a discussion of the rugs of each of
the famous rug-weaving countries.
The second part contains an alpha-
betical list of both past and present
identifications of rugs, while the
third part contains 194 pictures of
rugs, many in full color. Jacobsen,
the author, has been selling oriental
rugs for many years and is considered
to be one of the world's foremost
authorities.
Frederika and the Convict, by
L. M. Robertson, is recommended by
the Crime Club as "an enchanting
story of love and larceny in rural
England." Publication of this who-


COLLECTIOn

dun-it marks the American debut of
a skillful English writer.
In another Crime Club selection,
The Anxious Conspirator, Michael
Underwood deftly handles a com-
plicated situation in which the in-
former becomes the defendant. This
thriller is played out in England and
Austria.



SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILL)VAY is an
official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained in it are
made available to all interested news
media for whatever use they may wish
to make of them and may be reprinted
without official clearance.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Governor of the Canal Zone
H. R. PARFITT
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Distributed free to all Panama Canal
employees. Subscription cost for others
(including mailing) $2.60 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Com-
pany and address to: SPILLWAY Sub-
scriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
January 22, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:00, 8:30 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30-Harlow
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-The Vicious Circle
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Crack In The
World
Fri., 7:00 p.m.-Fluffy
DIABLO HEIGHTS*
Sat.-Once A Thief
Sun., 2:00 p.m.-Storm Riders and
The Brand
Sun.-Mon., 7:00-The Glory Guys
Tues.-The War Lover
Wed.-Man In The Dark
Thmus.-Flower Drum Song
Fri.-A Boy Ten Feet Tall
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Outsider
GAMBOA*
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Von Ryan's Express
Sun.-Commando
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Man In The Dark
Wed.-Flower Drum Song
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-The Glory Guys
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat.-The Satan Bug
Sun.-Mon.-In Harm's Way
Tues.-The Wild Seed
Wed.-Baby The Rain Must Fall
Thurs. Fri.-Major Dundee
MARGARITA*
Sat.-Captain Newman, M.D.
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon.-Those
Magnificent Men In Their Flying
Machines
Tues.-On The Waterfront
Wed.-The Thrill Of It All
Thurs.-The Pumpkin Eater
Fri.-Von Ryan's Express
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Brides
Of Dracula
GATUN *
Sat.-Operation Madball
Sun., 2:30 p.m.-Anremal World
Sun.-The Pleasure Seekers
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-The Pumpkin Eater


Wed.-NO SHOW
Tlurs.-Once A Thief
Fri.-The Thrill Of It All


Special Matinees
-All Films AYC-
Saturday, January 22, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
The Incredible Mr. Limpet-Don Knotts:
Comedy of a man who miraculously
turns into a fish and helps win the war.
(Family Medal.) T-116 mins.

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Valley Of The Dragon-Cesare Danova,
Sean McGlory: Space travelers in a
world that time forgot. T-94 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Ride A Crooked Trail-Audie Murphy, Gia
Scala: Blazing guns lined the trail to
adventure. (Color.) T-95 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Gunsmoke-Audie Murphy: Hero outsmarts
lawless attackers, saves ranch, and cattle.
(Technicolor.) T-85 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Jungle Jim's Savage Mutiny Starring
Johnny Weissmuller, Angela Stevens.
Jungle Jim turns the spotlight on darkest
Africa's atom spy nest. T-80 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
The Spoilers-Jeff Chandler, Anne Baxter,
Rory Calhoun: An adventure story of the
Klondike gold-rush days and an exciting
no-holds-barred fight between the hero
and the villain. (In Color.) AYC.
T-91 mins.
*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.


Page 2


January 21, 1966







January 21, 1966


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS


OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
Washington Office
Hazel M. Murdock, Administrative
Assistant (Stenography) to Admin-
istrative Officer.
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR-
PRESIDENT
Catherine I. Oliver, Secretary (Ste-
nography) to Protocol Aide.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DIVISION
Harold L. Anderson, Administrative
Officer to Office Services Manager
(Assistant Chief and Chief, Gen-
eral Services Branch).
Henry S. Makibbin, File Supervisor
to Management Technician.
Elizabeth Lester, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher to Clerical Assistant.
OFFICE OF THE
COMPTROLLER
Accounting Division
Winston V. Bell, Accounting Techni-
cian to Accounting Technician
(Cost Accounting).
MARINE BUREAU
Industrial Division
Paul H. Seigler, Machinist (Marine)
to Lead Foreman Machinist (Ma-
rine).
Julius Grigore, Supervisory General
Engineer (Assistant Chief, Indus-
trial Division) to Supervisory Ma-
rine Engineer.
William W. Fitzsimmons, Leader
Machinist (Marine) to Lead Fore-
man Machinist (Marine).
itlacae E. Rienks, Machinist (Ma-
rine) to Instrument Mechanic
(Mechanical).
Armando Cruz, Boilermaker, Indus-
trial Division, to Anglesmith
(Heavy Fires).
George P. Allgaier, Machinist (Ma-
rine) to Lead Foreman Machinist
(Marine).
Louis E. Palmer, Leader Sheetmetal
Worker to Lead Foreman Sheet-
metal Worker.
John T. O'Donnell, Machinist (Ma-
rine) to Leader Machinist (Marine).
Valentine I. James, Foundry Chipper
to Melter.
Holand A. Adams, Helper Black-
smith (Heavy Fires) to Foundry
Chipper.
Navigation Division
Henry B. de Voll, Marine Traffic
Controller to Supervisory Marine
Traffic Controller.
Locks Division
Vernon B. Smikle, Time and Leave
Clerk to Time and Leave Clerk
Supervisor.
Alfonso Rowland, Time and Leave
Supervisor to Time and Leave
Supervisor (Typing).
Richard L. Mayer, Virgil L. Peters,
Earl H. Robertson, Floyd E. Lari-
more, Donald P. McArthur, Arwin
H. Steinke, Landris T. Lee, Elec-
trician to Lock Operator (Electri-
cian).
William A. Walter, Wilfred A. Smith,
Charles B. Green, Linehandler to
Painter (Maintenance).
Ernest C. Stiebritz, Ernest M.
Krueger, Lock Operator (Machin-
ist) to Leader Lock Operator
(Machinist).
Woodrow W. Richardson, Leader
Lock Operator (Ironworker-
Welder) to Lead Foreman Lock
Operator (Ironworker-Welder).
Francis W. Werlein, Lock Operator
(Ironworker-Welder) to Leader
Lock Operator (Ironworker-
Welder).
Marvin K. Davis, Linehandler to
Time and Leave Clerk.
Alfonso D. Baldwin, Linehandler to
Asphalt or Cement Worker.
Vicente Clare C., Randolph C. Hunt,
Linehandler to Helper Lock Oper-
ator.
Stanley G. Campbell, Rufrence Hem-
mings, Helper Lock Operator to
Crane Hookman.
Fermin F. Hormechea V., Boatman
to Time and Leave Clerk.
Ernesto Ellis, Helper Lock Operator
to Painter (Maintenance).
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Maintenance Division
Paul H. Anklete, File Clerk, Coco
Solo Hospital, to Time and Leave
Clerk.
Roland C. Casanova, Joiner, Indus-
trial Division, to Lead Foreman
(Quarters Maintenance).
Serafin Noel, Maintenanceman to
Carpenter.
Alexander G. McCatty, Carpenter
(Maintenance), Terminals Divi-
sion, to Carpenter.
Vincent Dixon, Laborer (Cleaner),
Community Services Division, to
Helper Plumber.
Electrical Division
Gust E. Rosene, Machinist (Marine),
Industrial Division, to Shift Engi-
neer (Mechanical).
Donald L. Keller, Apprentice (Cable-


splicer), 3d Year, to Apprentice
(Cablesplicer), 4th Year.
Frederick C. Atkinson, Fred M.
Gemmell, Lock Operator (Machin-
ist), Locks Division, to Shift Engi-
neer (Mechanical).
Joseph St. Hill, Laborer (Cleaner),
Gorgas Hospital, to Laborer
(Cleaner).
William J. Nickisher, Electrician to
Leader Electrician.
James A. Morrison, Electrician, Locks
Division, to Senior Operator (Gen-
erating Station).
Frederick C. Willoughey, Test Oper-
ator-Foreman (Mechanical-Power
System) to Power Station Foreman
(Mechanical).
Engineering Division
Baldwin A. G. Anderson, Laborer to
Surveying Aid.
Cirilo Murillo, Laborer (Cleaner),
Gorgas Hospital, to Laborer
(Cleaner).
Angela Rodriguez Villafane, Clerk-
Typist, License Section, to Clerk-
Typist.
Dredging Division
Gabino Alveo A., Linehandler, Navi-
gation Division, to Boatman.
Claude C. Jesse, Laborer (Heavy),
Community Services Division, to
Fireman (Floating Plant).
Andrew J. Gagliano, Engineer, Float-
ing Crane, to Engineer Dipper
Dredge.
Luis Caicedo, Modesto Jaen, Line-
handler, Navigation Division, to
Seaman.
Rafael Secaida, Boatman, Locks Di-
vision, to Seaman.
Herman H. Keepers, Lead Foreman
Electrician (Lineman) to General
Foreman Electrician (Lineman).
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Supply Division
Leonard F. Foster, Maintenanceman
(Refrigeration and Air Condition-
ing), Maintenance Division, to
Electrical Equipment Repairman.
Javan E. Smith, Cargo Marker, Ter-
minals Division, to Supply Clerk.
Tombs VAsquez, Laborer (Cleaner) to
Utility Worker.
Humberto Camarena, Laborer
(Heavy) to Leader Laborer
(Heavy).
Cecelya C. Wynter, Supply Clerk,
Gorgas Hospital, to Clerk.
Rodriguez S. Burke, Messenger to
File Clerk.
Alfred J. Headley, Food Service
Worker to Supply Clerk.
Standford M. Clement, Warehouse-
man to Messenger.
Dawson Jolley, Supply Clerk to
Cafeteria Manager.
Maximino Carrasco, Food Service
Worker to Pantryman.
Gordon B. Gordon, Warehouseman
to Stockman.
Leland Truick, Food Service Worker
to File Clerk.
Rogelio A. Quintero, Retail Store
Department Manag-er (Super-
market) to Retail Store Depart-
ment Manager (General).
Joyce Savage, Utility Worker to
Counterwoman.
Antonio Valiente H., Laborer to
Laborer (Heavy).
Inez B. Crawford, Food Service
Worker to Sales Clerk.
Etheline A. Rowe, Presser (Flatwork)
to Marker and Sorter.
John F. Manning, Assistant Retail
Store Superintendent to Assistant
General Manager.
Alicia M. Crasto, Freight Rate Assist-
ant to Supervisory Procurement
Clerk.
Community Services Division
Nelson Marquinez R., Laborer to
Cementery Worker.
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Terminals Division
Julian GonzAlez, Laborer, Mainte-
pance Division, to Stevedore.
Pablo P. Delgado, Laborer (Heavy),
to Stevedore.
William W. Hodgson, David Archi-
bold, Leonard C. Downer, Arnol-
do Orozco S., Clarence E. Murrell,
Linehandler, Navigation Division,
to Stevedore.
Calvin E. Springer, Cargo Marker,
Terminals Division, to Clerk
Checker.
Alvin C. McFarlane, Firefighter, Fire
Division, to Guard.
James E. Phelan, Police Private,
Police Division, to Guard.
Glenville K. Walkes, Cargo Marker
to Clerk Checker.
Vincent A. Foster, Clerk Checker to
Cargo Clerk.
Hagar E. Salmon, Cargo Marker to
Cargo Clerk.
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Division of Schools
James K. Pfau, Teacher (Senior High,
U.S. Schools), Division of Schools,
to Assistant Principal (Junior High,
U.S. Schools).
(Continued on p. 4)


Twelve-ton assembly of two valves, tee and adapters is lowered into place in one piece to provide inter-connec-
tion between old and new 30-inch water lines on Barth Road, just north of the Corozal Army Sales Store. Canal
Zone Maintenance Division forces worked on this project, which is in preparation for installation of a new 30-inch
main extending from the Los Rios Pump Station to the Balboa Pump Station. The new water main will increase
the available supply of water to the Balboa Pump Station from 24 to 30 million gallons a day, will allow the
Panama Canal to pump the ultimate capacity of the Miraflores Filtration Plant, and make 30-million gallons a
day available to Panama City.



'05 Construction Days Veteran Back for Visit


(Continued from p. 1)

Isthmus, Huntoon worked for the
Department of Construction. Then
he transferred to the Health Depart-
ment where he remained until 1914.
Assigned to the old Colon Hospital,
he worked at all the hospitals, in-
cluding the leper colony hospital and
the sanitarium in Taboga. Hospitals
being busy places those days, he
went where he was needed-and did
more than just plumbing.
He helped embalm bodies to be
sent to the States, helped doctors
operate and do autopsies. He ac-
quired so much experience in this
field that he was able to save a sea-
man's life. Aboard a Panama Line
ship, on his way to New York in
1911, he performed an appendec-
tomy on a seaman who would have
died if he hadn't been operated on


Annual Zone SPCA

Horse Show Saturday

The Canal Zone SPCA will hold
its annual horse show Saturday,
January 22, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
at the Fort Kobbe Riding Club.
English and Western riding events,
horse jumping, relay races, and bare-
back riding for the small fry, will be
some of the featured events.
Refreshments will be sold and
covered bleacher stands will be pro-
vided for horse show visitors. Admis-
sion will be $1 for adults and 50
cents for children. Proceeds from the
show will go to the SPCA for the
care of animals.


at once. The galley served as operat-
ing room and later the grateful sea-
man's story was reported in the New
York Times.
Huntoon was not one to sit idly
by, even after a hard day's work.
As he sat on his rocking chair on the
porch of the Colon Hospital over-
looking the beach, his mind was at
work.
During the days of the French
Canal, the slaughterhouse was lo-
cated up beyond the hospital. The
French threw the heads, hooves and
entrails of the slaughtered animals
into the ocean. Remains of these
parts eventually showed up on the
beach. Huntoon gathered cattle
teeth from the beach by the bushel
and "Panama Toro Teeth" became
popular in the States as the other
end of ladies' hat pins and on the
fob chains of men's pocket watches.
At a dollar apiece, or 3 for $2, he
soon made a small fortune. With this
money he bought Liberty Bonds.
In fact, he bought the most bonds
of any Canal employee during World
War I, and was honored by being
the first civilian to fly across the
Isthmus.
In 1916, Huntoon bought a 1909
"Italia," reputedly the second car to
come to Panama. He paid for it in
Government bonds and he still has it.
He was one of the first Canal Zone
employees to take his car to the
States on vacation. The Huntoon
family was the envy of many as they
disembarked from the Panama Line
and drove away in the "Italia."
In 1921, Huntoon left the Canal


Balboa Post Office Work

To Be Completed in March


Patrons of the Balboa Post Office
have been asked to have patience.
The work being done there now is
expected to result in a bigger and
better post office with faster and
more efficient postal service.
The project started last June
involves construction of a one-story
annex for the use of the mail han-
dling unit, remodeling and air con-
ditioning of the building, installation
of new lock boxes, and remodeling
of the service windows and other
facilities.
When the work is completed in
March, the Balboa Post Office opera-
tions will be consolidated with the
mail handling unit now housed in


the Civil Affairs Building in Ancon.
This will result in 24-hour mail
distribution and collection service,
since the Balboa Mail Handling Unit,
which handles all mail leaving and
entering the Canal Zone, operates
on a 24-hour schedule.
Renovations are being made under
a contract awarded to the Dillon
Construction Co. which entered a
low bid of $134,000 on the project.
The Balboa Post Office was con-
structed in 1938 at a cost of $116,000
and was considered a handsome
building at the time. The remodeling
now being done will change its
California mission style somewhat,
since the public lobby will be glass
enclosed and air conditioned.


Zone and returned to the United
States. He returned to the Panama
Canal in 1923 and went to work
for the Construction Quartermaster,
later the Supply Division, where he
remained until he retired in 1937.
He now lives in Rutland, Vt., in
a 16-room 3-floor farmhouse, alone.
He does his own cooking, walks for
an hour each day and does calis-
thenics. He is in perfect health, can
eat all foods, but never eats between
meals. He spends the winters with
his daughter, Mrs. John Erikson of
Margarita. He has three other chil-
dren; Mrs. Joan Shoemaker, in
Oregon; Mrs. Ethel Straub, New
Jersey; and a son, Hiram, who lives
in Vermont. There also are 10 grand-
children, and three great-grandchil-
dren. Mrs. Huntoon, who died
several years ago, was a beautiful
lady from Barranquilla, Colombia.
Ninety-one year-old Robert J.
Huntoon doesn't look a day over 70,
has the memory of one even younger,
and enjoys reminiscing the good old
days on the Panama Canal.



Car Inspection

Lines Getting

Longer Daily

Owners of private vehicles regis-
tered in the Canal Zone are reminded
to get their cars (or other vehicles)
inspected soon and avoid the last
minute rush.
The annual inspection of privately
owned motor vehicles licensed in
the Canal Zone began January 3 and
will continue until February 28.
Hours for inspection are continu-
ous from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., including
lunch hour, every day of the regular
work week, Monday through Friday.
Car owners, and all other private
vehicle owners, are reminded to
bring their vehicle registration for
1966 when they go for inspection.
In 1965, a total of 7,011 privately
owned motor vehicles were inspected
at the Motor Transportation garages
in Ancon and Cristobal. Since in-
spection began January 3, approxi-
mately 2,864 cars had been inspected
by early this week, with some 4,300
more to be inspected.
Inspection includes brakes, light-
ing system, windows and wind-
shields, turn indicators, horns, aline-
ment of wheels, tires, and other
operating parts of' the vehicle that
affect safety.


Page 3







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 21, 1966


it- -


Atlantic side Carnival Queen candidates (left to right): Miss Alberta Wilder of Margarita, Miss Marie Greer of
Coco Solo, Miss Esther Zimmerman of Margarita, Miss Becky Brenner of Coco Solo, Miss Marti Birtul of Fort
Davis, Miss Susan Gabriel of Margarita, Miss Audrey Duncan of Margarita, Miss Nancy Huldquist of Marga-
rita, and Miss Jolene Maxcy of Fort Davis.


9 Girls Seeking Crown as Queen

Of Atlantic Side '66 Carnival


Nine lovely young girls who are
competing for the honor of being
Queen of the 1966 Atlantic Side Car-
nival made their first appearance last
Sunday 16, when the Carnival Flag
was raised in five Atlantic side com-
munities.
Riding in the gaily decorated con-
testants' coach and mingling with the
dancing throng of officials, royalty
and merrymakers, the girls began the
busy round of events that will lead
to the crowning of one as 1966 Atlan-
tic Side Carnival Queen, and they
watched and wondered "Will it be
me?" as Queen Nina Chappell, reign-
ing queen, and Capt. Axton T. Jones
representative of the Governor of
the Canal Zone, raised the blue and
white banner that signified carnival
season on the Atlantic side is under
way.
Sharing flag raising honors with
Queen Nina were Miss Sonia Rios,
the reigning Colon Queen, who re-
cently represented her country in the
Miss Universe pageant, and the
reigning Queen of Rainbow City,
Mrs. Victoria Desai, formerly Vic-
toria Manning.
Following the flag raising in
Catun, Fort Davis, Margarita, Rain-


"Sound of Music"

Tryouts To Start

Tryouts will start February 7 for
"The Sound of Music," scheduled for
presentation in April by Panama-
Balboa Council 1371, Knights of
Columbus, with Bruce Quinn as
director.
About 40 people will be in the
cast, and there are some 23 speaking
roles. Quinn is also searching for
seven children, ranging in age from
4 to 18, to portray the youthful mem-
bers of the singing Trapp Family.
All those interested in trying out
for a role in "The Sound of Music"
are asked to come to Cummings Hall,
Building 1225, 15th Naval District,
February 7 at 7:30 p.m. Vocalists
may choose their own tryout songs
and may bring their own music. They
may also be requested to sing a
selection from the musical.


Music Festival Saturday
The second annual music fes-
tival of the Canal Zone Latin
American Schools will be pre-
sented Saturday, January 22, at
7:30 p.m. at the Mount Hope
Stadium.


bow City, and Coco Solo, the entire
carnival caravan paraded through
Colon at the invitation of the Colon
Junta.
On hand for the event were mem-
bers of the Pacific Side Carnival
Committee headed by Chairman
John M. McTaggart and several
Pacific side queen candidates.


Dean Says Thanks

For Student Tour

Col. Ellis E. Pickering, Engineer-
ing and Construction Bureau Direc-
tor, has received a letter from the
Dean of the Architectural School of
the University of Panama thanking
him for the recent tour the Engineer-
ing and Construction Bureau spon-
sored for students of the Architec-
tural School.
In the letter, signed by Ricardo J.
Bermudez, Dean of the School of
Architecture, he says he "considers
activities of this type bring about
positive benefits for the improvement
of the architectural profession and
better understanding of our people."


Shell Collection
(Continued from p. 1)
ceans, marine mollusks, and other
marine organisms. The Associates
have done research on tropical
poisonous fish and have shipped spe-
cimens to Harvard and Stanford Uni-
versities. At present the Marine
Biological Research Associates is en-
gaged in research on tropical sea
snakes for the University of Chicago.
Eugene Bergeron, Curator of Mol-
lusks and Director of the Marine
Biological Research Associates, has
been an active malacologist for
many years.
Five years ago he organized the
Marine Biological Research Asso-
ciates for the purpose of doing bio-
logical research in the Gulf of Pan-
ama, with prospects of expanding
into general oceanography in the
future. Bergeron personally has
donated several thousand sea shells
to the Canal Zone Schools and to
university students in the United
States.

The excavation done on the Pan-
ama Canal is equivalent to the ex-
cavation necessary to dig a canal 55
feet wide on top, 10 feet deep, and
with natural slopes, from the Pacific
coast clear across the United States
to Boston.


-' -





"-".
.. . . ..X






.



THE WINDUP, The Pitch . Panama Canal Executive Secretary Paul
M. Runnestrand fires the first pitch to open the ninth season of Minor
League Baseball at the Pacific Minor League Park, Balboa. A round robin
tournament was played following inauguration ceremonies for the new
Minor League clubhouse, constructed with funds donated by the Canada
Dry Co.


AT BALBOA JAN. 27


Pro Baseball Game


Booked at Stadium


The first baseball game of the Pro
season in the Canal Zone will be
played Thursday, January 27, at
Balboa Stadium, when the Ron Santa
Clara nine meets the Malboro team.
Game time for this event, the first
in the Canal Zone for 6 years, is
7:30 p.m.

Two big league players will be in
action during the Thursday game.
They are Ruthford "Chico" Salmon,
of the Cleveland Indians, who will
be playing 3d base for the Marlboro
team, and Adolfo Phillips, of the
Philadelphia Phillies, centerfielder
for Santa Clara. These two players
are doing a fine job for the Panama
professional league.
Playing with the Ron Santa Clara
team is Jim Riley, a Canal Zone left
handed pitcher, who is with the
Saint Louis Cardinals' organization.
Ron Santa Clara holds first place
in the league, while Marlboro is
trying hard to reach first place.
Until now, the. Panama profes-
sional league has played only in
Panama, Colon, and Las Tablas.
A good turnout is expected for this
game, which is dedicated to the res-
idents of the Canal Zone.
General admission is 50 cents and


tickets will be available at the
Balboa Stadium entrance beginning
at 6 p.m. on game night.


Swim Meet

Set Feb. 22

At Gatun
There will be a School's Division
swimming meet at the Gatun Swim-
ming Pool February 22 (Washing-
ton's Birthday) at 10:00 a.m.
The meet will be open to all chil-
dren attending U.S. Schools on the
Atlantic side. To enter, every swim-
mer must have and bring a C.Z.
green pool identification card.
Entries must be in by February 7;
this is the cut-off date, and entries
received after cut-off date will not
be accepted. Entry forms may be
picked up at either Coco Solo or
Gatun Pool. Students may leave their
entries at either of these pools, or
mail them to the Gatun Pool, Box 38,
Gatun. Each contestant will be lim-
ited to three events. Ribbons will be
awarded for first, second, and third
places.
For details of events and the
various age-groups, contact person-
nel at either of the swimming pools.


Carl F. Maedl, Assistant Principal
(Junior-Senior High, U.S. Schools)
to Principal (Senior High, U.S.
Schools).
Gonzalo L6pez F., Laborer, Com-
munity Services Division, to Lab-
orer (Heavy).
Police Division
Mary T. Lavallee, Clerical Assistant
(Stenography) to Clerical.
Joseph M. Corso, Police Private to
Detective.
Postal Division
Leonard A. Shirley, Clerk, Industrial
Division, to Window Clerk, Sub-
stitute.
Joseph Williams, Sales Store Clerk,
Supply Division, to Distribution
Clerk, Substitute.
HEALTH BUREAU
Gorgas Hospital
Hip61lito Gil G., Felix Serrano, Pedro
Bolivar, Ram6n Rodriguez, Patro-
cinio Aldeano S., Hernin A. He-
rrera, Ivan 0. Arias, Alberto Her-
nAndez M., Alfonso Alvarado M.,
Ernest T. Rogers, Rogelio Orte-
ga R., Armando D. George, Harold
0. Roseman, Jesuis M. Justiniani,
Clifford A. Hinds, Gil Valiente.
Laborer (Cleaner) to Hospital
Attendant.
Esteban Barrios C., Laborer (Clean-
er), Community Services Division,
to Laborer (Cleaner).
Lawrence C. Burton, Leader Hos-
pital Attendant to Lead Foreman
Hospital Attendant.
Naahon Goffe, Victor M. Mendoza,
Supply Clerk to Leader Hospital
Attendant.
Herbert W. Dena, Hospital Attend-
ant to Leader Hospital Attendant.
Felix Acufia, Laundry Worker to
Hospital Attendant.
Leroy J. Knights, Medical Aid to the
same.
Harold T. Kildare, Truck Driver to
Messenger (Motor Vehicle Oper-
ator).
Coco Solo Hospital
Ursula Lewis R., Counterwoman,
Supply Division, to Nursing Assist-
ant.
Kira V. Yepes, Clerk-Typist to
Voucher Examiner (Typing).
Charles H. Lowe, Laboratory Helper
to Medical Technician (Bacterio-
logy).
Agustin Mark, Hospital Attendant to
Nursing Assistant.
Corozal Hospital
Lyllian M. B. de Molinar, Hospital
Attendant, Gorgas Hospital, to
Nursing Assistant.
Herman Johnson, Utility Worker,
Supply Division, to Food Service
Worker.


OTHERS
Philip N. Smith, General Attorney,
Office of the General Counsel.
Jerry W. Mitchell, Trial Attorney
(Admiralty), Office of the General
Counsel.
Warren H. Smith, Safety Officer
(Chief, Safety Branch).
Edith M. Villanueva, Accounting
Technician, Accounting Division.
Miriam D. Bowen, Clerk Stenog-
rapher, Administrative Services.
Shirley L. Harned, Visual Informa-
tion Specialist, Administrative
Services.
Cecil W. Caudill, Admeasurer Assist-
ant, Navigation Division.
Marcy H. Carpenter, Marine Traffic
Controller Assistant, Navigation
Division.
Sidney F. Stevenson, Admeasurer
Assistant, Navigation Division.
Antoni R. Doughty, Time and Leave
Clerk, Locks Division.
William 0. Cofer, Administrative
Services Assistant, Locks Division.
Amos Garth, Carpenter (Maintenace),
Supply Division.
Beverley C. Halliday, Chief Procure-
ment, Supply Division.
Yolanda C. Archer, Library Assistant,
Schools Division.
David Benskin, Time and Leave
Clerk, Terminals Division.
Calvin C. W. Bryce, Time and Leave
Clerk, Terminals Division.
William M. Brown, Graduate Intern
(General Transportation), Ter-
minals Division.
Judith H. de VAsquez, Clerk-Typist,
Office of the Director.
Raymond G. Bush, Supervisory
Sanitation Inspector, Division of
Sanitation.
Lillian J. Dombrowsky, Clerk-Typist,
Division of Preventive Medicine.
Elenor V. S. Edwards, Clerk-Dictat-
ing Machine Transcriber, Gorgas
Hospital.
Beth E. Tremblay, Medical Radio-
logy Technician (Diagnosis), Gor-
gas Hospital.
George W. Fears, Hospital House-
keeping Officer, Gorgas Hospital.
Mary L. Parker, Clerk-Typist, Coco
Solo Hospital.
Victor H. Hines, Glazier (Limited),
Motor Transportation Division.
Roger W. Adams, Superintendent,
Motor Transportation Division.
Donald R. Brayton, Manager, Rail-
road Division.
Gregorio Ruiz, Surveying Aid, Engi-
neering Division.
Irma B. de Romero, Counterwoman,
Supply Division.
Jesse D. Collins, Marine Traffic Con-
troller, Navigation Division.


Page 4


PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS
(Continued from p. 3)







EL CANAL DE PANAMA




Spillwa .


Vol. IV, No. 31 50 Afios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 21 de Enero de 1966


Desayuno cle Plegaria del / ,,,j-, ,

Gobernadior en Febrero 8 A I"


El Desayuno de Plegaria del Go-
bernador, que se llevarA a cabo el
martes 8 de febrero, reunirA a los
principles dirigentes de la Zona del
Canal y de la Repfblica de PanamA
en un espiritu de amistad y de
plegaria.
Dos destacados oradores pronun-
ciarAn los mensajes: el General
Harold K. Johnson, Jefe de Estado
Mayor del Ej6rcito de los Estados
Unidos, pronunciarA el mensaje en
ingles. El Dr. Carlos Lastra, Secre-
tario de Estado del Estado Libre
Asociado de Puerto Rico, pronun-
ciara el mensaje en espafiol.
Los 500 invitados representarAn a
los dirigentes del obrerismo, frater-
nidades, organizaciones industriales,
comerciales y profesionales en el
Istmo, lo mismo que diplomAticos, el
clero, personal civil y military, ade-
mis de distinguidos funcionarios
gubernamentales.
El primer Desayuno de Plegaria
del Gobernador, auspiciado por el
Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr.,
el afio pasado, tuvo tanto 6xito que
se constituirA en un acto annual. El
Contralor Philip L. Steers, Jr., serA
nuevamente president del Comit6.
La informaci6n relacionada sobre
las otras personas que participarAn
en el program, serA anunciada la
pr6xima semana. El desayuno sera
servido en la Cafeteria de la Escuela
Intermedia de Curund6.


Acumulan 140 Awios

Sin un Accidente,

Siete Conductores
Siete conductores de autom6viles
oficiales del Canal de Panama acu-
mularon 140 afios de manejo sin un
solo accident.
El Area de la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor del Canal de PanamA,
en Anc6n, fue el scenario de la cere-
monia en que el Vicegobernador
H. R. Parfitt entreg6 certificados de
m6rito a cada uno de esos empleados
que se han distinguido durante 20
anos cada uno por no haber tenido
el mAs leve accident de trAnsito.
Cuatro de los conductores prestan
servicio en el Area del Pacifico y son
Joslyn A. Fearon, John E. Hanlan,
Culbert E. Daniel y Enos A. Lind-
say. Los otros tres pertenecen al
sector Atlantico y son Abraham T.
Gayle, Emilio E. Garay y Albert
Griffith.
El Vicegobernador Parfitt y el Di-
rector de Transporte y Tenninales
del Canal de PanamA, CapitAn Axton
T. Jones, felicitaron personalmente
a cada uno de los homenajeados en
el acto, al cual asistieron todos los
empleados del Area del Pacifico de
la Division de Transporte a Motor.


Partido de Beisbol


Professional Habra el


Jueves 27 en Balboa


El jueves 27 del corriente se cele-
brara en el Estadio de Balboa el pri-
mer partido de beisbol professional
de la temporada, en la Zona del
Canal, cuando semidan las novenas
del Ron Santa Clara y el Marlboro.
El partido comenzara a las 7:30
p.m. y serA el primero en la Zona
del Canal desde hace 6 afios.
Dos peloteros de grandes ligas
serAn vistos en acci6n durante el
desaffo del jueves, Ruthford "Chico"
Salmon, de los Indios de Cleveland,


que juega en la tercera base del
Marlboro, y Adolfo Phillips, de los
Filis de Filadelfia, que patrulla el
jardin central del Ron Santa Clara.
Estos dos peloteros panamefios estin
realizando una gran labor en el cam-
peonato de beisbol professional de
PanamA.
Con el Ron Santa Clara estA Jim
Riley, lanzador zurdo de la Zona del
Canal que pertenece a la organiza-
ci6n de los Cardenales de San Luis.
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


L.





*- -v '. "



El Vicegobernador de la Zona del Canal, H. R. Parfitt, felicita a Emilio E. Garay, conductor de la Divisi6n de
Transporte a Motor del Canal de PanamA, por haber manejado vehiculos del Canal durante 20 afios sin un
solo accident. Observa la escena muy complacido, el Capitin Axton T. Jones, Director de Transporte y Termi-
nales del Canal de PanamA. En la foto, de izquierda a derecha, Joslyn A. Fearon, John E. Hanlan, Abraham T.
Gayle, el Capitin Jones, el Vicegobernador Parfitt, Emilio E. Garay, Culbert E. Daniel, Enos A. Lindsay y
Albert A. Griffith. Cada uno de estos conductores cumpli6 con sus obligaciones durante 20 afios sin el mAs
leve accident de trAnsito.


La Universidad de

Panama Agradecida
El Coronel Ellis E. Pickering,
Director de Ingenieria y Construe-
ci6n, ha recibido una carta del Deca-
no de la Escuela de Arquitectura de
la Universidad de PanamA, agrade-
ci,'ndale la reciente gira que auspici6
la Direccidn de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n para los estudiantes de la
Escuela de Arquitectura.
En la carta, firmada por el Decano
Ricardo J. Bermndez, dice que "con-
sidera que las actividades de esta
naturaleza traen positivos beneficios
para el mejoramiento de la profesi6n
arquitect6nica y mejor entendimiento
para nuestro pueblo".
El professor Bermildez tambien so-
licita informaci6n tecnica que pueda
ser uitil a profesores y estudiantes de
arquitectura y que esas giras se cele-
bren mnAs a menudo.


(ir;'@ e


Exhiben Rara Coleccion de


Moluscos Marinos en Museo


La Sociedad de Investigaci6n Bio-
16gica Marina de Balboa, estA exhi-
biendo una bella y rara colecci6n de
moluscos marines en la Biblioteca
Museo de la Zona del Canal. Esta
exhibici6n es quizAs la mis grande
que se haya hecho en el Area de
PanamA de conchas marinas de la
Provincia de PanamA.
Las conchas, parte de una colec-
ci6n permanent, incluyen raros
Conns tales como el Conus Orion, la
concha mAs rara en el Golfo de Pa-
namar. La exhibici6n de moluscos
marines, rica en variedad de colo-
res y formas, incluye conchas de
todos los tamafios, desde la gigan-
tesca Fasciolaria Princeps, que llega
a tener hasta 15 pulgadas de largo,
hasta la Microcithara Harpiformis,
lindura de 25 milimetros.
Tambi6n se encuentra en la colec-
ci6n un favorite de los coleccionistas
de todo el mundo, el Strombus Peru-
vianus. Entre los especimenes de con-


Festival de Musica

Mariana en Mt. Hope


SEl Segundo Festival Anual de
Si Msica sera presentado por las es-
de cuelas primaries y secundarias lati-
4 noamericanas en el Estadio de Mount
SH I lope el sIbado 22 del present a las
7:330 p.m.
S I i Este festival presentan un coro de
unas 230 voices de estudiantes de las
Wilm W escuelas secundarias de Santa Cruz,
Rainbow City y Paraiso.
Taminbi6n participarAn las bandas y
orquestas de los colegios, con 70 ins-
Una presentaci6n especial del Fes-
tival de Mfisica serA un grupo de bai-
Instructeres de Primeros Auxilios del sector AtlAntico reciben certificados como instructors id6neos despu6s les por las escuelas primaries y various
de 44 horas de instrucci6n de primeros auxilios, consistent en cursos regulars y avanzados para instructors nimeros ejecutados por un coro com-
en primeros auxilios, ofrecidos por el representante de la Oficina de Seguridad, Joseph L. Dargan, Jr. Todos son binado de las escuelas primaries del
empleados del Canal de PanamA con la excepci6n de Harold G. Lawton, quien es Subdirector de Seguridad de la Pacifico y del Atlintico.
Refineria PanamA. Los instructors que recibieron certificados en la ceremonia llevada a cabo en el Sal6n de Adies- Se extiende una cordial invitaci6n
tramiento de Aprendices en la Oficina de Correos de Crist6bal son, de izquierda a derecha (primera fila): Alfred ti de oa dl It
C. Coodridge, William R. Ward, Basil G. Coke, Ervin D. Hicks, Vermeetl A. Laing y Merrick E. Banks; segunda al pfblico de los ds lados del Istmo,
fila, Wareen E. Ledoux, Sefred A. Bowen, Stanley V. Waterman, William R. Byrd, Harold G. Lawton y Joseph para que asistan al festival.
R. McLean. La entrada es gratis.


chas se encuentra el que quizAs es el
molusco mAs grande jamAs extraido
vivo del Golfo de PanamA, la gigan-
tesca Malea Ringens.
Estas bellas conchas han sido reco-
gidas en el mar, en las playas de la
costa del Pacifico, en las Islas de las
Perlas, en la Isla de Coiba, en la
Playa de Venado y en Palo Seco.
Como un servicio publico, el cura-
dor de la Sociedad de Investigaci6n
Biol6gica Marina ha colocado colec-
ciones de conchas en museos y uni-
versidades de los Estados Unidos,
entire ellos el Museo de Santa BAr-
bara, California; la Academia de
Ciencias Naturales en Filadelfia, el
Museo de Historia Natural y la
Sociedad de Paleontologia de Itaca,
Nueva York.
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


El Carnaval se

Inicio Tambien

En el Atlantico
Nueve bellas j6venes que estAn
coinpitiendo por el honor de ser
Rcina del Carnaval del sector Athln-
tico este afio, hicieron su primera
aparici6n el domingo 16 cuando la
Bandera del Carnaval fue izada en
cinco comunidades del sector Atlan-
tico. (Vea fotografia en la secci6n
inglesa.)
Las j6venes Ilegaron en un auto-
m6vil bien adornado y la alegria
rein6 entire los funcionarios, realeza
y seguidores del dios Momo, cuando
la Rcina Nina Chappell, que rein6
en el Carnaval del anio pasado, y el
Capitan Axton T. Jones, represen-
tante del Cobernador de la Zona del
Canal, izaron la bandera azul y
blanca que dio comienzo a la tem-
porada de carnaval en el sector
Atlintico.
En la izada de la bandera compar-
ticron los honors con la Reina Nina,
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)


LOW


c^_-/ _c^7 ( /0 ;)









Enero 21, 1966


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DL PANAMA


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

ENERO

21-Visita del Presidente de Mexico, Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, al Canal de
Panami.
21-22-Relevos dc Balboa en el Estadio de Balboa, 6:30 p.m.
21, 22, 23-Feria de San Sebastian, de Oc6.
22-Especticulo folkl6rico en las ruinas de Panama La Vieja, 10:30 a.m.
25-Reuni6n de la Junta Directiva del Canal de PanamA en Balboa Heights.


CANAL 2

DOMINGO

11:00- Documental
ll:30-Asi Fuc Esta Semana
12:00-Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00-Cine en su Casa
3:30- Teleteatro
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Teatro Dominical
6:00- Estampida
7:00-El Paraguas Maigico
8:00- Comando A6rco
9:00- Los Bribones
10:00- Teleteatro



LUNES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Dick Tracy
12:30-Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Mister Ed
7:30- Expectaci6n
8:00- El Detective Millonario
9:00- Casos y Cosas de Casa
9:30-Gran Gala Latina
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Teleteatro



MARTES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Aventuras de Pinocho
12:30-Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Robbin
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Robin Hood
7:30- Los Monstruos
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-Embrujada
9:30-Peyton Place
10:00- Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro



MIERCOLES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Popeye el Marinero
12:30-Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Robbin
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Johnny Quest
7:30- Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Alfred Hitchcock
9:30-Verdad
10:00- Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro



JUEVES


Carnaval de Cartones
El Poderoso Hercules
Noticias
Show de la Una
-Avances
Tardes Filmicas
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro de las 4
Los Amiguitos de Robblin
-Noticias
Johnny Ringo
Viaje al Fondo del Mar
Los Delincuentes
Linea de Fuego
Noticias
Teleteatro


VIERNES

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Cegato Magoo
12:30- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00- La Nueva Ola
7:30-Los Locos Adams
8:00- Combate
9:00-El Show de Lucy
9:30-Peyton Place
10:00- Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro



.SABADO

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Resumen de Cartones
12:30- Noticias
1:00- Programa Femenino
1:30-Tardes Filmicas
3:00- Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Los Picapiedras
7:30-Disloquiando
8:00-Crisis
9:00- El Show de Antonio Prieto
10:00-Noticias
10:30- Teleteatro


CANAL 4

DOMINGO

9:15- La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Celebrcs
10:45-Sailvese Quien Pueda
11:30- Acci6n en el Mar
12:00- Reprise: Novela de las 5:30
2:15-Pelicula
4:30-Desde el Hip6dromo
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00- Bonanza
8:00- Cita con la Muerte
9:00-El Hombre de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Pelicula

LUNES
11:30- C6micas
11:45-Teatro Frances
12:15-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Para el Hogar
2:00-Cierre
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-P.iginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Tres Patines Show
6:55-Instantaineas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sonrisas Colgate
8:00- Lunes de Revl6n
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Las Enfermeras
10:30-Noticias
11:00- Hombre de Mundo

MARTES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-0. K. Crackerby
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Buscando Estrellas
2:00-Cierre
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30- P-iginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-Instantaneas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30- Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-Noticias
11:00- El Agente Sentimental

MIERCOLES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-La Ley del Rev61lver
12:15-Miisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Para la Familia
2:00-Cierre
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Tres Patines Show
6:55-Instantuineas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30- C6micos y Canciones
8:00-Estrellas Palmolive
8:30- Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
11:00- Mike Hammer

JUEVES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-Pete y Gladys
12:15-Musica y Risas
l:00-Noticias
1:30-Voces del Pueblo
2:00-Cierre
3:30-Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-Instantaineas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00--La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Jungla Humana
10:30-Noticias
11:00- Patrulla Fantasma

VIERNES
11:30-C6micas
11:45- Rvolver a la Orden
12:15- Miisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Documentales
2:00-Cierre
3:30- )ocumental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Puiginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Boite de Tres Patines
6:55-InstantAneas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Show de Van Dyke
8:00- Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-E1 Santo
10:30-Noticias

SABADO
10:30-C6micas
11:00- Laramie
12:00- Hazaias del Espacio
12:30- Charlas
12:45-De Inter6s Para Usted
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Renrisd: Novela de la Tarde
3:45-Pelicula
5:30 El PAijaro Loco
6:00- Los Bucaneros
6:30-Las Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
7:00-Noticias
7:30- Revista Musical
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30- Convoy
9:30- Los Intocables
10:30-Noticias
11:00-Pelicula


____En Su Pantalla


Viernes 21__

Sibado 22_-

Domingo 23

Lunes24 ...

Martes 25 _-

Mi6rcoles 26

Jieves 27
Viernes 28-1


PARAISO
NO SHOW

Gunga Din
Samson And The Seven Miracles
Of The World
Samson And The Seven Miracles
Of The World
NO SHOW
World Without Sun and
Notorious Landlady
Baby The Rain Must Fall

NO SHOW


SANTA CRUZ
Gunga Din

NO SHOW

Love Has Many Faces
World Without Sun and
Notorious Landlady
Baby The Rain Must Fall

Outsider

NO SItOW
Tl"- Far Country and
Th" Silent Encmy


RAINBOW CITY
- 10 .p.m.
The Electronic Monster
The Big Carnival and
Guns Of The Black Witch
Triumph Of Macistes

Triumph Of Macistes
Th-e" Violent People and
The Devil's Hairpin
NO SHOW

The Quick And The Dead
10 p.m.
Idol On Parade


Gente en la Noticia


Emilia Maria Amado, es ayudante estudiantil y presta servicios en la Secci6n de Archivos Personales-Ramo
Administrative de la Direcci6n de Personal, en Anc6n. Tiene 17 afios y pas6 a V Afio de Bachillerato en Cien-.
cias y Letras en el Colegio de las Esclavas del Sagrado Coraz6n, en la ciudad de PanamA. Por primera vez penso
en entrar al Programa de Ayudantes Estudiantiles cuando la Madre Prefecta del Colegio les explic6 en que con-
sistia. Sus planes para el future consistent principalmente en estudiar Ingenieria Quimica cuando se grade de
bachiller. Gusta much de leer novelas de aventuras. El poeta que mis le agrada es Gustavo Adolfo Bscquer. Ha
viajado a Estados Unidos, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica y M6xico. En PanamA, sus lugares preferidos son: Penonom6
y el lago de Las Cumbres, cerca de su residencia.


SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mai. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cronica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud expresa.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
H. R. PARFITT
Vicegobernador
FIINK A. B\LDWVIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWVAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de PanamA. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
vendo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagzaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.


Rogelio Augusto Medina, ayudante
estudiantil, asignado a la Direcci6n
de Personal, presta servicios en el
Edificio 366 de Anc6n. Tiene 17
aiios, naci6 en la ciudad de PanamA
y reside en la Calle Col6n, en pleno
Barrio de Santa Ana. Cursa studios
de secundaria en el Colegio Javier y
va para V Afio de Bachillerato.
Desde que supo del Programa de
Ayudantes Estudiantiles se interest
e hizo su aplicaci6n. Se sinti6 opti-
mista debido a que siempre ha tra-
tado de sacar buenas notas. Despu6s
que se grade harA lo possible para
ganarse una beca y seguir studios
superiores en el extranjero. Perte-
nece al Cine Club de su colegio,
siendo las peliculas sobre la vida real
las que mAs le gustan. Su mayor
deseo es conocer los Estados Unidos
y Espafia.


r agina 2


11:30-
12:00-
12:30-
1:00--
1:45-
2:00-
3:30--
4:00-
5:30-
6:30-
7:00--
7:30-
8:30-
9:30-
10:00-
10:30-


11


iAN% .................







Enero 21, 1966


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Se Inicia el Lunes la Liga Femenina



De Softball del Atlantico en Mt. Hope


La Liga Femenina de Softball del
AtlAntico inaugurarA su temporada
de 1966 el lunes pr6ximo en el cua-
dro de Mount Hope en Rainbow
City.
La ceremonia de inauguraci6n co-
menzara a las 6:30 p.m. y el primer
juego estarA a cargo del Mutual of
Omaha, campe6n del afio pasado y
considerado el mejor equipo feme-
nino de softball en el Istmo con su
lanzadora nimero uno Claudia
Davis, y el Ron Cortez, el fuerte
equipo de Panama.
Nuevamente se han inscrito cuatro
equipos en esta temporada, aunque
los dirigentes de la liga estuvieron
haciendo todo lo possible por tener
una liga integrada por seis novenas,
pero debido al poco interns demos-
trado por algunos adults en actuar
como directors y ayudantes para los
otros dos equipos, cientos de mucha-


chas interesadas en jugar, no podrin
hacerlo, aunque el president de la
Liga permiti6 a cada equipo una
n6mina de veinte jugadoras.
Dos nuevos pilots habrA en esta
temporada y dos nuevos equipos se
han inscrito en la liga. Son Arturo
Agard, Jr., piloto del Farmacia
Dennis y Roy Agnoly, piloto del
equipo de Kenneth Nightingale.
Destacados funcionarios de la
Zona del Canal y de la Rep6blica de
PanamA han sido invitados para asis-
tir a la inauguraci6n. Esta liga feme-
nina estA considerada como la mejor
organizada en el Istmo y es la atrac-
ci6n principal en Rainbow City. Los
directors de la liga estAn tratando
de celebrar partidos en ambos lados
del Istmo a beneficio de la Ciudad
del Niflo. Los dias de juego serAn los
lunes, miercoles y viernes, con double
juego los viernes.


Espectaiculo Ecuestre

Se Celebrara Maniana
La Sociedad Protectora de Ani-
males de la Zona del. Canal cele-
brarA su espectaculo ecuestre annual
mariana, de 10 a.m. a 6 p.m. en el
Club de Equitaci6n de Fuerte
Kobbe. En el especticulo se presen-
tarAh events de equitaci6n ingleses
y del Oeste, saltos de obstAculos,
carreras de relevo y montura en pelo
para la gente menuda.
Se venderan refrescos y habrA gra-
derias cubiertas para los visitantes.
La entrada costarA $1 para los adul-
tos y 50 centavos para los nifios. La
recaudaci6n ira a la Sociedad Pro-
tectora de Animales para el cuidado
de animals.


Antonio Amaya y

Leo Campbell se

". Miden el Domingo
El campe6n peso pluma del Istmo,
Antonio Amaya, se enfrentarA el do-
mingo a Leopoldo Campbell, en
c. ombate sefialado a 10 vueltas en el
tinglado de la Arena de Col6n.
, Amaya esta clasificado como octa-
vo peso pluma del mundo por la Aso-
ciaci6n Mundial de Boxeo, en tanto
que Campbell no aparece en las cla-
sificaciones, pero es el inico pana-
(" mefio que ha logrado veneer a Ismael
Laguna, ex campe6n mundial del
peso ligero, cuando ambos eran
.~-,.: pugilistas aficionados.


Epifanio HernAndez, de Nuevo Emperador, PanamA, obrero en la Planta
de Purificaci6n de Agua de Miraflores del Canal de PanamA, pertenece
ahora al Club del Zapato de Oro. En la foto lo vemos en el moment en
que Howard W. Osborn, ingeniero de mantenimiento, de la Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento del Canal, le entregaba su certificado de admisi6n. Inme-
diatamente se le entreg6 tambidn la insignia del Zapato de Oro, que el de
inmediato, se coloc6 en la camisa. HernAndez recibi6 ese honor por haber
llevado puesto calzado de seguridad en el moment en que ]a rueda de
un pesado transportador que movia le pas6 sobre el pie derecho y debido
a ello no sufri6 lesi6n alguna.


Bonito Mend Tiene el Tivoli,


Pero Estos son muy Exigentes


Came asada con papas al homo.
Langosta a la parrilla.
Chuletas con salsa de menta.
Todos son alimentos nutritivos y
populares con los clients de la Casa
de Huespedes Tivoli.
Pero ninguno de estos platos llega
a primera base con los mariners
hind6es que permanecen de vez en
cuando en la Estaci6n de Migraci6n
de la Zona del Canal en Corozal y
cuyas comidas son preparadas en el
Tivoli y servidas en la estaci6n pro-
cedentes de la cocina del Tivoli.
Los indios orientales que son hin-
dies no pueden comer came de vaca.
No miran bien una chuleta y pueden
comer came de carnero, de chivo o
pollo, solamente si es matado de
acuerdo con las leyes de su religion.
Algunos pueden comer langosta o
camarones. Otros no.
Esto deja solamente pescado y
huevos para acompafiar al tradicio-
nal arroz. Y eso es que lo que mari-
neros mercantes hindiues comen
cuando permanecen en la Estaci6n
de Migraci6n.
Este problema alimenticio se con-
virti6, recientemente, en algo agudo
cuando un marinero hindfi que fue
sacado del carguero indio Chanakya
Jayanti para atenci6n medica, per-
maneci6 casi 6 semanas en la esta-
ci6n. Mientras no se quej6 sobre una
dieta fija de pescado, huevos y arroz,
los funcionarios de Aduana de la
Zona del Canal que administran la
estaci6n estaban apolog6ticos. Se
preocuparon completamente cuando
otros tres indios orientales se unieron
al solitario marinero hindlu.


Norton Lilly, agent para uno de
los barcos al que los hombres tenian
que incorporarse, vino al rescate.
Aunque parece haber escasez de
carneros y chivos vivos, pudieron
proporcionar pollos vivos.
Los pollos fueron Ilevados a la
Estaci6n de Migraci6n para ser ma-
tados y limpiados por los mariners
indios de acuerdo con sus propias
condiciones. MAs tarde fueron en-
viados a ]a cocina del Tivoli donde
el jefe de cocina los transfonrm6 en
arroz con curry y polio.
Los aduaneros dijeron que mien-
tras este era un problema pegajoso,
fue solamente uno de muchos que
afrontan al tratar con las costumbres
y tradiciones alimenticias de las
varias nacionalidades representadas
por los huespedes de la Estaci6n de
Migraci6n.
Sin embargo, hacen lo mejor que
pueden. Los escandinavos estan por
el pescado y carnes frias; los chinos
se comen todo el arroz que pueden,
y a los griegos les gusta-sobre todas
las cosas-macarrones.


VISITANTES DE LA

SEMANA


Esclusas de Miraflores _
Esclusas de Gat6n __
Las Cruces, 7 viajes
Reina Manuelita, 2 viajes
Gran Total


1.779
469
743
55
3.046


Consejo Civico de

Pedro Miguel Tiene

Reunion el Martes
El Consejo Civico de Pedro
Miguel celebrarai su primera reuni6n
de la comunidad el martes 25 de
enero a las 7:30 p.m. en el Centro
Civico de Pedro Miguel.
Se solicita la asistencia de todos
los residents, ya que durante la
reuni6n se harAn anuncios especiales
y se trataran asuntos relacionados
con las peticiones urgentes de la
comunidad.


Organizan Gira a

Bocas y Chiriqui
La United Service Organization,
Inc., operada por la National Jewish
Welfare Board, auspiciara una excur-
si6n Alrededor de PanamA del 22 al
23 de este mes.
El viaje comenzarA en Tocumen
el sAbado 22 de enero a las 7 a.m.
para una visit a Bocas del Toro.
De alli el grupo viajero ira por lan-
cha a Almirante y visitarA la fabrica
de cacao de la Chiriqui Land Co.
Despu6s de un almuerzo en el
restaurant del Comisariato en Almi-
rante, el grupo abordarA un tren es-
pecial hacia Changuinola donde un
tecnico explicarA la industrial de la
producci6n del banano, incluycndo
el empaque de la fruta.
Un avi6n llevara al grupo sobre la
Cordillera Continental a David don-
de un autobfis especial estarA espe-
rando para un via'e a las faldas del
VolcAn BarA y a Boquete. PasarAn
la noche en el Hotel Panamonte y
regresarAn a David el domingo por
la tarde para tomar el avi6n hacia
PanamA a las 5 p.m. LlegarAn a To-
cumen a las 6 p.m.
El precio total de la excursion es
de $48 por persona.
Programs impresos para las ex-
cursiones de 1966 estAn listos para
ser distribuidos. Aquellos que deseen
copias pueden escribir al Apartado
105, Balboa, o llamar al JWB, Balboa
1972, entire 3 y 6 p.m. diariamente y
los sabados de 8 a.m. al mediodia.


I I C U E L


S C


f i," _
-.C ^ .
^~ ~~ & ik^ *


Donna Spencer y Oscar Suman, del II Grado de la Escuela Primaria de
Pedro Miguel, bailan el Tamborito de PanamA, en el patio de la escuela,
como uno de los puntos salientes del Dia de la Educaci6n Fisica, celebrado
en esa escuela bajo la direcci6n de la Profesora Isolda Rodriguez.


Semana de la Educacion Fisica


Celebr6 Escuela de Pedro Miguel


En la Escuela Primaria de Pedro
Miguel se celebr6 la Semana de la
Educaci6n Fisica, con un program
especial de ejercicios que dur6 toda
la semana, culminando con una bella
tabla gimnistica y events deporti-
vos, que tuvieron lugar desde las 10
a.m. del viernes 14 de enero, bajo la
direcci6n de la Profesora Isolda
Rodriguez.
Se abri6 el program con bellos
movimientos de gimnasia ritmica fe-
menina, a cargo de las alumnas mAs
aventajadas de los grades III de Pri-
maria y de Segundo Ciclo. Las exhi-
biciones de gimnasia ritmica feme-
nina fueron escenificadas tanto den-
tro del edificio como al aire libre.
Los bailes latinoamericanos ejecu-
tados por los alumnos de los dife-


rentes grados en honor a various de
los paises hermanos del Continente,
constituyeron otro de los nuimeros
que arrancaron nutridos aplausos a
los padres de familiar que acudieron
a presenciar el acto.
El Tamborito de PanamA, bailado
por Oscar Suman y Donna Spencer
del II Grado, fue uno de los puntos
salientes que dejaron complacida a
la audiencia por la maestria de los
ejecutantes.
El dia termin6 con una magnifica
exhibici6n de events deportivos en
las ramas mAs conocidas y populares
de nuestro medio, tales como basket-
ball, volleyball y football. Nifias y
varones tomaron parte en todas las
competencias deportivas.
rn -


Loretta Thomas, alumna de Segundo Ciclo ejecuta una perfect "posici6n
de puente" durante los ejercicios de gimnasia ritmica, efectuados en la
Escuela de Pedro Miguel como part de la celebraci6n del Dia de la
Educaci6n Fisica.


Paigina 3


___j








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 21, 1966


OFICINA DEL SECRETARIO Division de Electricidad
Oficina de Washington Gust E. Rosene, Mecanico Tornero
Hazel M. Murdock, Ayudante Admi- (NAutico), Divisi6n Industrial, a
nistrativa (Estenografia) a Funcio- Ingeniero Mecinico de Turno.
naria Administrativa. Donald L. Keller, Aprendiz de Em-
palmador de Cables, Tercer Afio,
OFICINA DEL GOBERNADOR Y a Aprendiz de Empalmador de
PRESIDENTE Cables, Cuarto Afio.
Catherine I. Oliver, Secretaria (Este- Frederick C. Atkinson, Fred M.
nografia) a Ayudante Protocolar. Gemmell, Operario de Esclusas
(Mecinico Tornero), Divisi6n de
DIVISION DE SERVICIOS Esclusas, a Ingeniero Mecanico de
ADMINISTRATIVOS Turno.
A Joseph St. Hill, Aseador, Hospital
Harold L. Anderson, Ayudante Ad- Gorgas, a Aseador.
ministrativo a Gerente, Servicios William J. Nickisher, Electricista a
de Oficina (Subjefe y Jefe del Capataz Electricista.
Ramo de Servicios Generales). James A. Morrison, Electricista, Di-
Henry S. Makibbin, Jefe de Archivos vision de Esclusas, a Jefe Operario
a T6cnico en Administracion. de Planta Generadora.
Elizabeth Lester, Oficinista-Esteno6- Frederick C. Willoughey, Jefe Ope-
grafa a Ayudante Oficinista. rario, Pruebas MecAnicas (Sistema
CONTRALORIA de Energia E14ctrica), a Superin-
tendente Capataz de Planta Gene-
Contaduria radora de Energia Electrica.
Winston V. Bell, Tecnico de Conta- Divisi6n de Ingenieria
bilidad a Tecnico de Contabilidad
(Contabilidad de Costos). Baldwin A. C. Anderson, Obrero a
Auxiliar de Topografia.
DIRECCION DE MARINA Cirilo Murillo, Aseador, Hospital
Division Industrial Gorgas, a Aseador.
Paul H. Seigler, MecAnico Tornero Angela Rodriguez Villafane, Ofici-
(NAutico) a Primer Capataz MecA- nista-Mecan6grafa, Secci6n dgrafaLi-
nico Tornero (NAutico). cencias, a Oficinista-Mecan6grafa.
Julius Grigore, Subjefe Ingeniero Divisi6n de Dragas
General (Subjefe de la Divisi6n
Industrial) a Subjefe Ingeniero Gabino Alveo A., Pasacables, Divi-
Niutico. si6n de Navegaci6n, a Botero.
William W. Fitzsimmons, Capataz Claude C. Jesse, Obrero (Trabajos
MecAnico Tornero (NAutico) a Pri- Pesados), Divisi6n de Servicios
mer Capataz MecAnico Tornero Comunales, a Fogonero (Planta
(NAutico). Flotante).
Clarence E. Rienks, MecAnico Tor- Andrew J. Cagliano, Maquinista,
nero (NAutico) a MecAnico de Ins- Grua Flotante, a Maquinista,
trumentos MecAnicos. Draga de Cangilones.
Armando Cruz, Calderero a Herrero Luis Caicedo, Modesto Ja6n, Pasa-
de Angulos (Fraguas Pesadas). cables, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, a
George P. Allgaier, Mecanico Tor- Marinero.
nero (NAutico) a Primer Capataz Rafael Secaida, Botero, Divisi6n de
MecAnico Tornero (NAutico). Esclusas, a Marinero.
Louis E. Palmer, Capataz Planchista Herman H. Keepers, Primer Capataz
a Primer Capataz Planchista. Electricista (Guardalineas), a Ca-
John T. O'Donnell, Mecanico Tor- pataz General Electricista (Guar-
nero (NAutico) a Primer Capataz dalineas).
MecAnico Tornero (NAutico). DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
Valentine I. James, Descantillador de SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Fundici6n a Fundidor. vii d Ab as
Holand A. Adams, Ayudante Herre- Divisi6n de Abastos
ro (Fraguas Pesadas) a Descanti- Leonard F. Foster, Encargado de
Ilador de Fundici6n. Mantenimiento (Refrigeraci6n y
Divisi. de NaAcondicionamiento de Aire), Di-
Divisi6n de Navegaci6n vision de Mantenimiento, a Repa-
Henry B. de Voll, Controlador de rador de Equipo Electrico.
TrAfico Maritimo a Subjefe Con- Javan E. Smith, Marcador de Carga,
trolador de Trafico Maritimo. Division de Terminales, a Ofici-
Divisi6n de Esclusas nista de Abastos.
Vernon B. Smikle, Oficinista, Secci6n TomAs VAsquez, Aseador a Mozo de
de N6minas, a Subjefe Oficinista, O ns (T
Secci6n de N6minas. Humberto Camarena, Obrero (Tra-
Alfonso Rowland, Jefe Oficinista, bajos Pesados), a Capataz Obrero
Secci6n de N6minas, a Jefe Ofici- (Trabajos Pesados).
nista, Secci6n de N6minas (Meca- Oscelya C. Wynter, Oficinista de
nografia). Abastos, Hospital Gorgas, a Ofici-
Richard L. Mayer, Virgil L. Peters, nista.
Earl H. Robertson, Floyd E. Lari- Rodriguez S. Burke, Mensajero a
more, Donald P. McArthur, Arwin Archivero.
H. Steinke, Landris T. Lee, Elec- Alfred J. Headley, Mozo de Oficios,
tricista a Operario de Esclusas Servicio de Comidas, a Oficinista
(Electricista). de Abastos.
William A. Watler, Wilfred A. Smith, Stanford M. Clement, Almacenero a
Charles B. Green, Pasacables aey, Oficinista de Abastos
Pintor (Mantenimiento). Dawson Jolley, Oficinista dur Abastos
Ernest C. Stiebritz, Ernest M. a Gerente de Restaurante.
Krueger, Operario dtz, Ernest M. Maximino Carrasco, Mozo de Oficios,
(MecAnico Tornero) a Capataz Servicio de Comidas, a Despen-
Operario de Esclusas (Mecnico sero.
Oprnerario). Gordon B. Gordon, Almacenero a
Tornero). Encargado de Existencias.
Woodrow W. Richardson, Capataz Lean rdicdeM en ios, Sr-
Operario de Esclusas (Trabajador Leland Trui Comidas, a Oficinista dSer-
en Hierro-Soldador) a Primer Ca- o de Coidas, a Oficinista de
pataz Operario de Esclusas (Tra- Abastos.
bajador en Hierro-Soldador). Rogelio A. Quintero, Gerentcado) a GDe-
Francis W. Werlein, Operario de Es- partamento (Supermercado) a Ge-
clusas (Trabajador en Hierro-Sol- rentavage, MozdeDepartamento (General).
dador) a Capataz Operario de Es- Joyce Savage, Moza de Oficios a En-
clusas (Trabajador en Hierro-Sol- cargada de Mostrador.
dusas (Trabaador en Hierro-Sol- Antonio Valiente H., Obrero a Obre-
Marvin K. Davis, Pasacables a Ofici- ro (Trabajos Pesados).
nista, Secci6n de N6minas. Inez B. Crawford, Moza de Oficios
Alfonso D. Baldwin, Pasacables a (erviiora. d Comidas) a Vende-
Trabajador en Cemento o Asfalto. dora. owePlanchador
Vicente Clare C., Randolph C. Hunt, Etheline A. Rowe, Planchadora de
Pasacables a Ayudante Operao Ropa Lisa a Clasificadora y Mar-
Pae Esclusas. Ayudante Operaio cadora (Lavanderia).
Stanley G. Campbell, Rufrence Hem- John F. Manning, Ayudante Super-
mings, Ayudante Operario de Es- intedent Amaeneralyuan-
clusas a Encargado do Gancho do te del Gerente General.
clusas a Encargado de Gancho de Alicia M. Crasto, Ayudante, Tarifas
Fermin Fua. ea V., otero a de Flete, a Subjefe Oficinista de
Fermin F. Hormechea V., Botero a Procuraci6n.
Oficinista, Secci6n de N6minas. Procuracion.
Ernesto Ellis, Ayudante Operario de Divisi6n de Servicios Comunales
Esclusas a Pintor (Mantenimiento). Nelson Marquinez R., Obrero a Se-
DIRECCION DE INGENIERIA Y pulturero.
CONSTRUCTION DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Division de Mantenimiento Y TERMINALES
Paul H. Anklete, Archivero, Hospital Divisi6n de Terminales
de Coco Solo, a Oficinista, Sec- JuliAn GonzAlez, Obrero, Divisi6n de
ci6n de N6minas. Mantenimiento, a Estibador.
Roland C. Casanova, Ebanista, Di- Pablo P. Delgado, Obrero (Trabajos
vision Industrial, a Primer Ca a- Pesados) a Estibador.
taz, Mantenimiento de Viviendas. William W. Hodgson, David Archi-
Serafin Noel, Encargado de Mante- bold, Leonard C. Downer, Clar-
nimiento a Carpintero. ence E. Murrell, Arnoldo Orozco
Alexander G. McCatty, Carpintero S., Pasacables, Divisi6n de Nave-
(Mantenimiento), Divisi6n de Ter- gaci6n, a Estibador.
minales, a Carpintero. Calvin E. Springer, Marcador de
Vicente Dixon, Aseador, Divisi6n de Carga a Verificador.
Servicios Comunales, a Ayudante Alvin C. McFarlane, Bombero, Divi-
Plomero. sion de Bomberos, a Guardia.


James E. Phelan, Policia Raso, Divi-
si6n de Policia, a Guardia.
Glenville K. Walkes, Marcador de
Carga a Verificador.
Vincent A. Foster, Verificador a Ofi-
cinista de Carga.
Hagar E. Salmon, Marcador de Car-
ga a Oficinista de Carga.
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Division de Escuelas
James K. Pfau, Maestro, Escuelas Se-
cundarias Estadounidenses, a Vi-
cerector, Escuelas Secundarias
Estadounidenses.
Carl P. Maedl, Vicerector, Escuelas
Secundarias Estadounidenses, a
Rector, Escuelas Secundarias Es-
tadounidenses.
Gonzalo L6pez F., Obrero, Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales, a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados).
Division de Policia
Mary T. Lavallee, Ayudante Ofici-
nista (Estenografia) a Ayudante
Oficinista.
Joseph M. Corso, Policia Raso a
Detective.
Division de Correos
Leonard A. Shirley, Oficinista, Divi-
si6n Industrial, a Encargado de
Ventanilla de Correos (Substituto).
Joseph Williams, Oficinista de Alma-
cen, Divisi6n de Abastos, a En-
cargado de Distribuci6n de Co-
rreos (Substituto).
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Hospital Gorgas
Hip6lito Gil G., Felix Serrano, Pedro
Bolivar, Ram6n Rodriguez, Patro-
cinio Aldeano S., Hernmn A. He-
rrera, IvAn 0. Arias, Alberto Her-
nindez M., Alfonso Alvarado M.,
Ernest T. Rogers, Rogelio Ortega
T., Armand D. George, Harold 0.
Roseman, Jesis M. Justiniani, Clif-
ford A. Hinds, Gil Valiente, Asea-
dora Mozo de Oficios (Hospital).
Esteban Barrios C., Aseador, Divi-
si6n de Servicios Comunales, a
Aseador.
Lawrence C. Burton, Capataz, Mozo
de Oficios (Hospital), a Primer Ca-
pataz, Mozo de Oficios (Hospital).
Naahon Goffe, Victor M. Mendoza,
Oficinista de Abastos a Capataz,
Mozo de Oficios (Hospital).
Herbert W. Dena, Mozo de Oficios
(Hospital) a Capataz, Mozo de Ofi-
cios (Hospital).
F6lix Acufla, Trabajador de Lavan-
deria a Mozo de Oficios (Hospital).
Harold T. Kildare, Conductor de Ca-
mi6n a Mensajero (Conductor de
Vehiculos a Motor).
Hospital de Coco Solo
Ursula Lewis R., Encargada de Mos-
trador, Divisi6n de Abastos, a
Auxiliar de Enfermeria.
Kira V. Yepes, Oficinista Mecan6gra-
fa a Escrutadora de Comproban-
tes (Mecanografia).
Charles H. Lowe, Auxiliar de Labo-
ratorio a Tecnico Medico (Bacte-
riologia).
Agustin Mark, Mozo de Oficio (Hos-
pital) a Auxiliar de Enfermnneria.
Hospital de Corozal
Lyllian M. B. de Molinar, Moza de
Oficios (Hospital), Hospital Gor-
gas, a Auxiliar de Enfermeria.
Herman Johnson, Mozo de Oficios,
Division de Abastos, a Mozo de
Oficios, Servicio de Comidas.
OTROS
Philip N. Smith, Abogado (General),
Oficina de Asesoramiento Juridico.
Jerry W. Mitchell, Abogado Liti-
gante (Derecho Maritimo), Oficina
de Asesoramiento Juridico.
Warren H. Smith, Funcionario de
Seguridad (Jefe de la Oficina de
Seguridad).
Edith M. Villanueva, Tecnica de
Contabilidad, Contaduria.
Miriam D. Bowen, Oficinista Este-
n6grafa, Divisi6n de Servicios Ad-
ministrativos.
Shirley L. Harned, Especialista en
Tecnicas Visuales de Informaci6n,
Division de Servicios Administra-
tivos.
Cecil W. Caudill, Ayudante Arquea-
dor, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
Marcy H. Carpenter, Ayudante Con-
trolador de TrAfico Maritimo, Di-
visi6n de Navegacion.
Sidney F. Stevenson, Ayudante Ar-
queador, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
Antoni R. Doughty, Oficinista, Sec-
ci6n de N6minas, Divisi6n de Es-
clusas.
William 0. Cofer, Ayudante de Ser-
vicios Administrativos, Divisi6n de
Esclusas.
Amos Garth, Carpintero (Manteni-
miento), Divisi6n de Abastos.
Beverley C. Halliday, Jefe de Procu-
raduria, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Yolanda C. Archer, Ayudante Biblio-
tecaria, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
David Benskin, Oficinista, Secci6n de
N6minas, Divisi6n de Terminales.
Calvin C. W. Bryce, Oficinista, Sec-
ci6n de N6minas, Divisi6n de Ter-
minales.


Calendario del Torneo de Beis y


Del Softball Intercolegial L.A.


"Viernes 21-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso (Nifias y Varones)
Martes 25-Rainbow City vs. Santa Cruz (Nifias) ____-
Mifrcoles 26-Santa Cruz vs. Rainbow City (Varones)_-
*Viernes 28-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City (Nifias y Varones)_


4:45 p.m.
-4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.


*Segundo Ciclo. El 6ltimo equipo nombrado es el local.



El 7 de Febrero Comenzaran los


Ensayos de "La Novicia Rebelde"


El 7 de febrero comenzarAn los
ensayos para "La Novicia Rebelde",
sefialada para ser presentada en abril
por el Consejo 1371 PanamA-Balboa
de los Caballeros de Col6n, con
Bruce Quinn como director.
Alrededor de 40 personas estarAn
en el reparto, y hay unos 23 papeles
hablados. Quinn estA tambien bus-
cando siete nifios, de 4 a 18 afios,
para representar a los j6venes miem-
bros de la cantante Familia Trapp.
Todas aquellas personas interesa-
das en probar para un papel en "La
Novicia Rebelde" deben concurrir al
Cummings Hall, Edificio 1225, 15Q
Distrito Naval, el 7 de febrero a las
7:30 p.m. Los vocalistas pueden es-
coger sus propias canciones de prue-
ba y pueden llevar su propia mtisica.



Record de Manejo

De Correo Durante

La Ultima Navidad
Mis correo de Navidad lleg6 este
afio a la Zona del Canal que en
cualquier otro afio.
Los empleados de correo de la
Zona del Canal manejaron un total
record de 712.000 libras de correo
durante el mes de diciembre. Esta
enorme cantidad de correo fue de
62.000 libras mAs que la recibida
durante la Navidad del afio pasado
y fue la mayor manejada durante
cualquier mes por las oficinas de co-
rreo de la Zona del Canal para
distribuci6n local.
A pesar del enorme cargamento,
el personal de correos se las arregl6
para clasificar todos los paquetes pos-
tales que llegaron antes del 25 de
diciembre y distribuirlos a los apar-
tados a tiempo para Navidad.


PARTIDO ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
El Ron Santa Clara es el puntero
del campeonato, mientras que el
Marlboro esta haciendo todo lo posi-
ble por acercarse al primer lugar.
La entrada general costara 50 cen-
tavos y los boletos podrAn adquirirse
a la entrada del Estadio de Balboa
desde las 6 p.m.
Hasta ahora el campeonato de
beisbol professional ha presentado
partidos solamente en PanamA, Col6n
y Las Tablas.

William M. Brown, Aprendiz del Sis-
tema de Transportes en General,
Division de Terminales.
Judith H. de VAsquez, Oficinista Me-
can6grafa, Oficina del Director.
Raymond G. Bush, Subjefe Inspector
de Sanidad, Divisi6n de Sanidad.
Lillian J. Dombrowsky, Oficinista
Mccan6grafa, Divisi6n de Medi-
cina Preventiva.
Elenor V. S. Edwards, Oficinista,
Transcriptora de DictAfono, Hos-
pital Gorgas.
Beth E. Tremblay, T6cnico Medico
en Radiologia (Diagn6sticos), Hos-
pital Gorgas.
George W. Fears, Funcionario En-
cargado del Mantenimiento (Hos-
pital), Hospital Gorgas.
Mary L. Parker, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa, Hospital de Coco Solo.
Victor H. Hines, Vidriero (Limitado),
Division de Transporte a Motor.
Roger W. Adams, Superintendente,
Division de Transporte a Motor.
Donald R. Brayton, Gerente, Divi-
si6n de Ferrocarril.
Cregorio Ruiz, Auxiliar de Topogra-
fia, Divisi6n de Ingenieria.
Irma B. de Romero, Encargada de
Mostrador, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Jesse D. Collins, Controlador de Tri-
fico Maritimo, Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n.
Leroy J. Knights, Auxiliar Medico,
Hospital Gorgas.


Es possible que se les solicite cantar
alguna selecci6n de la revista
musical.
Las audiciones continuarAn hasta
el 11 de febrero.


A Revisar Pronto

Sus Automoviles
A los propietarios de vehiculos
particulares registrados en la Zona
del Canal se les recuerda que deben
llevar sus autom6viles (u otros ve-
hiculos) a ser revisados pronto y
evitar las correderas de 61tima hora.
La revista annual de vehiculos par-
ticulares a motor con licencia en la
Zona del Canal comenz6 el 3 de
enero y continuarA hasta el 28 de
febrero.
Las horas de inspecci6n son con-
tinuas de 8 a.m. a 5 p.m., incluyendo
la hora de almuerzo, todos los dias
de trabajo, de lunes a viernes.
A los propietarios de autos, y a
todo oslos duefios de otros vehiculos
particulares, se les recuerda llevar
su registro del vehiculo de 1966
cuando vayan a pasar revista.
Un total de 7.011 vehiculos parti-
culares fueron revisados en 1965 en
los garajes de la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor en Anc6n y Crist6-
bal. Desde que la inspecci6n co-
menz6 el 3 de enero, aproximada-
mente 2.420 autos han sido revisa-
dos hasta principios de esta semana,
faltando todavia unos 4.600 mis.
La inspecci6n incluye frenos, sis-
tema de luces, ventanas y parabri-
sas, luces direccionales, bocinas, ali-
neamiento de ruedas, Ilantas y otras
parties del vehiculo que afecten la
seguridad.

EXHIBEN RARA ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
En la actualidad, la Sociedad de
Investigaci6n Biol6gica Marina lleva
a cabo 11 proyectos de investigaci6n
sobre peces, crustAceos, moluscos
marines y otros organismos del mar.
La Sociedad ha investigado pieces
venenosos tropicales y enviado espe-
cimenes a las Universidades de Har-
vard y Stanford. En estos dias efec-
tia una investigaci6n sobre serpien-
tes marinas del Tr6pico para la Uni-
versidad de Chicago.
Eugene Bergeron, Curador de Mo-
luscos y Director de la Sociedad de
Investigaci6n Biol6gica Marina, ha
sido malac6logo activo por muchos
anos.
Hace 5 afios organize la sociedad
con el fin de efectuar investigaci6n
biol6gica en el Golfo de Panama, con
el prop6sito de trabajar en oceano-
grafia general en el future. Perso-
nalmente, Bergeron ha donado various
miles de conchas marinas a escuelas
de la Zona del Canal y a estudiantes
de varias universidades de Estados
Unidos.

EL CARNAVAL . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
la Srta. Sonia Rios, Reina del Car-
naval de Col6n, quien represent,
recientemente, a PanamA en el Con-
curso de Miss Universo, y la Reina
de Rainbow City, la Sra. Victoria
Desai, de soltera Victoria Manning.
Despu6s de izarse la bandera en
Gatdn, Fuerte Davis, Margarita,
Rainbow City y Coco Solo, la cara-
vana de carnaval desfil6 por Col6n
por invitaci6n de la Junta del Car-
naval de Col6n.
Estuvieron presents miembros de
la Junta del Carnaval del sector Paci-
fico, encabezados por su president
John M. McTaggart y varias candi-
datas del sector Pacifico.


Paigina 4


ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - Version 2.9.9 - mvs