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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: June 3, 1966
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00565
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
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL G ofthe Panama ana Museum

Vol. IV, No. 50 More Than 50 Years of ServSp iell to World Commerce Friday, aune 3, 1966

Vol. IV, No. 50 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, June 3, 1966

Grocery Shopping

Going To Be Easier

Shopping for groceries in Balboa
is going to be a little easier from
now on.
The Supply Division has com-
pleted a study that shows the best
time to shop-the time when the
checkout line is shortest and parking
easier. Additional room has been pro-
vided at the back of the store for
more refrigerated cases, and produce
and grocery sales area. And to
alleviate congestion in certain areas
of the store, merchandise arrange-
ments are being changed. Backup
inventories have been consolidated
in a central warehouse, freeing floor
area in the supermarket for selling
Taken together, these measures

May Rainfall

Second Highest

Ever Recorded
Enough rain has fallen over the
Gatun Lake watershed since the
rainy season began early in mid-
April that water supply and the level
of Gatun Lake have considerably
improved during the past month.
From a low of 83.54 feet, recorded
April 14, the level of Gatun Lake
has slowly inched up until it reached
84.46 feet May 31 or 2.27 feet above
the rule curve for this time of the
year, and nearly a foot more than
it was at the same time in 1965.
According to Panama Canal mete-
orological records, rainfall at Balboa
Heights for the month of May 1966,
was the second highest ever recorded
for May. By 8 a.m. May 31, a total
of 13.40 inches had fallen at Balboa
Heights as compared to an average
of 7.97 inches for this station in May.
This was still somewhat under the
record high of 15.06 inches set in
May 1952. Other weather stations
also reported heavy rainfall during
the month.
The rain was sufficient to permit
the steady rise in the level of Gatun
Lake despite the continued heavy
traffic during the month. As of
May 31, the daily average of ocean-
going ships using the Canal during
May was 35.7 ships or only slightly
less than the all time record of 36.1
in March and April of 1965.
The month also included two peak
traffic days with 43 oceangoing
ships transiting on May 19 and 14
ships given clear-cut preference on
May 17. Despite this, the average
time vessels spent in Canal waters
was down to a low of 13.3 hours for
the month.
In view of the ample rainfall, the
electrical energy generated by the
Gatun Hydroelectric Station was
significantly increased during the
month and the draft allowance for
vessels arriving at the Canal for
transit was raised from 36 feet 6
inches to 37 feet effective May 17,
according to a notice to shipping
issued by the Marine Bureau.

CZ Accountants
To Meet June 8
The Canal Zone Chapter of the
Federal Government Accountants
Association will meet Wednesday
noon, June 8, at the Tivoli- Guest
Reservations may be made by con-
tacting Mary Lynch, 2-2529; Edna
Diaz, 276-3163; or Howard Gee,

will help smooth out the peaks in
shopping days and relieve crowding
when the supermarket is busiest.
The survey revealed the pay weeks
are busier than non-pay weeks, for
all departments. In the supermarket,
Saturday is the busiest single day,
followed by Thursday, then Tuesday.
Wednesday and Friday are relatively
light shopping days. On Saturday,
the volume is high and constant
throughout the day. Tuesday through
Friday, the big surge is between
4 o'clock and 5:30. The first hour,
from 1 to 2, and the last hour, from
7 to 8, are busiest on Thursday.
Fewest shoppers are found in the
supermarket from 5:30 to 7 Thursday
evening and from opening time to
9:30 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Friday. Shopping for men's and
women's clothing is heaviest on
Thursday and Saturday. The highest
traffic is from 10:30 to noon in the
women's clothing department.

New Officers

Are Installed by

Gamboa Women
Officers of the Gamboa Woman's
Club for 1966-67 were installed at
a gathering of more than 130 mem-
bers and guests at the Tivoli Guest
House, with "Diamond Jubilee" the
theme for the day.
Mrs. Stephen Dukes, outgoing
president of the club, handed the
gavel to Mrs. Austin Byrd, Jr., the
new president. Serving with Mrs.
Byrd will be: Mrs. Julian Hearne,
vice president; Mrs. William Payne,
treasurer; Mrs. Richard Mayer, rec-
ording secretary; Mrs. Warren Men-
dow, corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Walter Grymala, chairman of
committees. Mrs. Byrd presented
Mrs. Dukes with the President's gift
from the club, and Mrs. Dukes pres-
ented gifts to the officers who had
served with her during the 1965-66
club year.

Canal Film

Is Seen By

24 Million
The color documentary film "The
Panama Canal," which traces the
development of the waterway from
the construction era to its vital, pres-
ent-day role in international ship-
ping, has been seen by more than
24-million people throughout the
United States.
The 28V2-minute movie, produced
under the auspices of the Canal
organization and released for dis-
tribution in 1962, has been shown to
students at junior and senior high
schools and universities, to fraternal
and church groups, trade organiza-
tions and hospitals from Connecticut
to California, from Montana to
In addition, thousands of persons
have seen the film in the Canal Zone,
Panama, and other Latin American
"The Panama Canal" was filmed
in Spanish and English in the Canal
Zone and at the Springfield, Mass.,
studios of Bay State Film Produc-
tions, Inc. Popular Mexican film star
Carlos Montalban and two other
bilingual actors lend their personali-
ties and voices to the film.
The film may be obtained free of
charge from the Panama Canal In-
formation Office, Box M, Balboa
Heights, for showings on the Isth-
mus. It is available in English or
Spanish and black and white or color.

Miss Panama

To Be Named

At Hilton
Selection of the finalists who will
compete for the title of Miss Pan-
ama will take place at a formal dance
at the patio of the Panama Hilton
Hotel tomorrow, beginning at 8:30
Miss Panama, who will represent
Panama at the Miss Universe com-
petition at Miami Beach, will be
n hosn hv n croun of judges on Satur-

SS Cristobal Earns

A Commendation

The Panama Canal's SS Cristobal
has earned a Public Health Service
Certificate of Sanitation for 1965
from Washington, D.C. Congratula-
tions are being extended Panama
Canal organization personnel, start-
ing with a congratulatory letter from

Melvin M. Boreham

New Entomologist

Comes to Isthmus
Melvin M. Boreham, new medical
entomologist for the Division of
Sanitation, arrived on the Isthmus
recently from California with his
wife. He is assigned to the Division
of Sanitation Entomology Laboratory
located at Coco Solo Hospital.
A native of California, Boreham
is a graduate of Sacramento State
College where he received a B.A.
degree in biology in 1958 and a
master's degree in entomology from
Fresno State College in 1964.
Boreham has worked for the State
of California, Department of Public
Health in Fresno, in the Bureau of
Vector Control Research Laboratory,
where he did research on the biology
and control of mosquitos.
As a new entomologist for the
Canal Zone, Boreham's primary con-
cern in the Health Bureau's Division
of Sanitation will be to investigate
the insect population and to provide
insect identification in relation to
mQ-qfrqir qf rnnt t nnrd

Albert H. Stevenson, assistant sur-
geon general, Chief Sanitary Engi-
neering Officer of the Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare
Public Health Service, Washington,
A vessel must meet rigid require-
ments and must maintain high
standards to qualify for this certifi-
cate. A minute inspection of the
vessel is conducted and even the
temperature of the dish water, the
condition of the food storage shelves,
and the compartments where table
silver is stored, are checked.
The SS Cristobal actually is double
checked, for besides the inspection
the vessel undergoes in the United
States, it is also inspected by the
Canal organization in the Canal
The letter from Assistant Sur-
geon General Albert H. Stevenson,
addressed to Transportation and Ter-
minals Bureau Director Axton T.
Jones, said:
"It gives me great pleasure to
extend to the Panama Canal Com-
pany my sincere congratulations on
maintaining the high level of sanita-
tion on board the Cristobal required
to qualify for a Public Health Sdrvice
Certificate of Sanitation in 1965.
Such an accomplishment attests to
your desire to protect the health of
your passengers and crew and indi-
cates your willingness to aid in pre-
venting the spread of communicable
"The Surgeon General and all my
associates join me in acknowledging
the fine cooperation extended the
Public Health Service by your officers
and employees."
J. Paul Bowers, chief, Interstate
Carrier Section Environmental Engi-
neering and Food Protection in the
Department of Health, Education,
(Continued on p. 4)

Dr. Zinn Wins

Clark Award

Y .... u s a u. o / 6-- - lo. .- m e a s u r e s fo r s o u n d p est c o n tr o a nT h F e r a B r A s o i i n D -
Special tokens from the club were day, June 11, also at a formal dance the prevention of disease. The Federal Bar Association, Dis-
also presented Mrs. Charles Morency beginning at the same time. Besides Another important aspect of his trict of Columbia Chapter, has pres-
and Mrs. Herbert Tabert who, after the dance there will be a floor show, insect surveillance will be the evalua- ented its annual Justice Tom C.
their husbands' retirement, will be a fashion show and door prizes on tion of insecticide use in sanitation Clark Award, for the outstanding
leaving the Isthmus, and also to Mrs. both occasions. activities and to determine insect career lawyer in the service of the
Andrew Wright, Jr., for outstanding Tickets for the June 4 event cost resistance developed after insecti- Federal Government, to Dr. Charles
service to the club. $1.50 and tickets for the coronation cide applications have been made for J. Zinn, a member of the Panama
A fashion show preceded the of Miss Panama on June 11 are $2. insect control. Canal Company Board of Directors.
installatshionof show preceded the of Miss Panama on June 11 are $2. insect control.s.He has been the law revision counsel
installation of officers. -of the U.S. House of Representatives
,- Committee on the Judiciary for nearly
30 years.
S, The citation recited that . you
Sie w f have distinguished yourself con-
sistently by unusual devotion to the
.. \ and the public service and by
... sustained excellence in your profes-
S sional work. In discharging your
S duties . you have had a signifi-
'. cant role in accurately expressing the
Swill of the Congress in legislation
and in maintaining a high standard of
clarity, and have exerted a lasting
and appropriate influence in setting
standards for drafting legislation.
.-You have brought to the career serv-
ice scholarly attainments combined
with practical skills in your special
fields of legal activity, which has
earned the admiration of your asso-
ciates and the confidence of all."
,.In addition to his work on the
United States Code, Dr. Zinn has
,, served as an advisor to three Cov-
ernors of the Canal Zone in the
Guests at Gamboa Woman's Club installation program: Standing, from left: Mrs. H. R. Parfitt, wife of the Canal drafting of the Canal Zone Code.
Zone Lieutenant Governor; Mrs. Charles W. Adair, Jr.. wife of the U.S. Ambassador to Panama; Mrs. Stephen He has also served as an advisor to
Dukes, outgoing president of the Gamboa Woman's Club and Mrs. Austin Byrd, Jr., the new president. Seated,
from left: Mrs. Arturo Esparza, president of the Curundu Women's Club; Mrs. George Roth, president of the the Secretary of the Interior in the
Cristobal Woman's Club; and Mrs. James Harrell, president of the Balboa Woman's Club. drafting of the Virgin Islands Code.


June 3, 1966

Watez temperature

9etb annual Chill

Skindivers, fishermen, and those
who prefer their ocean water chilly
found it to their liking on the Pacific
side from January to May. During
this period the Pacific ocean tem-
peratures within the Bay of Panama
fell from the normal 84 or higher
to 72' and lower.
The drop in temperatures of the
water in Panama Bay is an annual
event believed to be caused mostly
by the upwelling of the cold sub-
surface water through the action of
the trade winds that blow warm and
light surface water away from the
At one time it was thought that
the annual influx of cold water into
Panama Bay was caused by the
Humboldt or Peru Current which
originates in the Antarctic Ocean and
runs up along the west coast of South
This theory was refuted by scien-
tists who hold that this major Pacific
current turns westward in January,



By Eleanor Burnham

Rodin Sculptures includes 95
illustrations of Auguste Rodin's work
photographed by Ilse Schneider-
Lengyel and published in Great
Britain by Phaidon Press. The collec-
tion not only includes full reproduc-
tions of many of Rodin's most
famous works but shows details of
many of them-part of the profile of
St. John the Baptist, the Study for
the Monument to Balzac and the
hand and face of The Thinker. Brief
notes about each plate make the
photographs more meaningful.
An entirely different art form is
available in The Art of Margot Fon-
teyn, which contains a collection of
photographs, an introduction by
Keith Meney and commentary by
Ninette de Valois, Frederick Ashton,
and by Margot Fonteyn herself. The
photographs show Fonteyn in 18
different ballets, many with Nureyev,
and they cover a period of about
2 years. Aside from the formal photo-
graphs in the book there are informal
studies of Fonteyn and Nureyev as
they work on new steps. This closeup
view of a famous ballet team pro-
vides a new insight into the perfec-
tion of their work together.
The Canal Zone Library's who-
dun-it enthusiasts will find good fare
in three new books by famous
mystery writers. The Baron and the
Chinese Puzzle, a tale of interna-
tional crime is by John Creasy writ-
ing as Anthony Morton. The scene
is laid in Hong Kong where "the
Baron" is invited by a well-known
art dealer to the exhibition of his
treasures. The fact that "the baron"
is really a reformed jewel thief serv-
ing as a specialist for Scotland Yard
provides an important facet of the
story. Ed McBain has written another
87th Precinct mystery in Eighty
Million Eyes. When a popular TV
comedian was killed on screen with
an estimated 40-million people look-
ing on, our old friend Detective
Kling at the 87th Precinct was pres-
ented with quite a problem. This he
solves but only after considerable
difficulty. Erie Stanley Gardner (as
A. A. Fair) has a new who-dun-it
about Bertha Cool and Donald Lam
named Widows Wear Weeds. This
has all the Fair ingredients and is
just as successful as are all his
other mysteries.

February, and March about 800
miles south of Panama.
An article on the annual pheno-
menon in the Panama Canal Record
of March 29, 1916, said the tem-
perature of the water in the Bay of
Panama in February and March is
about the same as the mean tem-
perature of the ocean at New York
Bay in early October; and to people
accustomed to the warmth of the
tropics, it seems very cool.
"Most swimmers find it uncom-
fortable and the pearl fishing at the
Pearl Islands, about midway of the
Gulf of Panama, is interrupted.
During the time of the cold water,
the divers either stop work or transfer
their operations to the coast west of
Cape Mala. The water in the lee of
the cape is not affected by the causes
which produce the drop in tem-
perature in the Gulf, and stays at
approximately the same temperature
the year around barring slight
diurnal ranges.
"During the months of February
and March the temperature of the
water in the Bay of Panama drops
from the normal of about 800 F. for
the year around, to about 74o F.; a
minimum of 600 F occurred in Feb-
ruary 1910." (This record still holds.)
"On the Atlantic side of the Isth-
mus the minimum which has been
recorded is 75 F., occurring on
several dates; the maximum is 870 F.,
and the annual mean is 81.9 F."
Although the pearl fishing opera-
tions in the Pearl Islands came to an
end many years ago, sports fisher-
men who come to Panama during
the winter months find that the cold
upwelling of water in Panama Bay
brings in a variety of game and
food fishes, among them tuna, cor-
bina, pompano, snook, grouper, and
The upwelling of cold water
appears to bring a much larger pro-
portion of microscopic sea organisms
which provide most of the food for
these species of fish also able to
thrive in the colder water.

Steel boxcars are almost as scarce as hen's teeth, but a lucky purchase has added 20 used, structurally sound,
steel boxcars, all in excellent mechanical condition, to the rolling stock of the Panama Railroad. The 40-foot,
50-ton box cars, shown receiving finishing touches at the railroad car repair shop in Balboa, come to the Isthmus
from the Pickens (S.C.) Railroad. This is the first such purchase the railroad here has made in about 5 years,
and represents a saving of over $10,000 for each car. The Panama Railroad is endeavoring to replace its wooden
body boxcars, andonly about 50 are still left on the Isthmus. Most of the wooden boxcars were depreciated
out in 1929 and the remainder are being replaced with steel cars as the cost of repairs becomes prodigious.
Working on one of the newly arrived steel boxcars are Pablo Reyes, right, Panama Canal painter and Panama
Canal apprentice Carman Keith Green, at left.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
June 4, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:10 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-The Singing Nun
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-Yesterday, Today,
And Tomorrow
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-The Cardinal
Fri., 7:00 p.m.-Hercules vs. The Mongols
Sat.-The Alphabet Murders
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Jamboree
Sun.-Mon.-Lady L
Tues.-Some Came Running
Wed.-Mississippi Gambler
Thurs.-The Outrage
Fri.-Five Pennies
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Sink The
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Great Escape
Sun. Some Came Running
Tues.-The Outrage
Wed.-Lady L
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Mississippi Gambler
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-The Greatest Story Ever Told
Tues.-The Sea Chase
Wed.-The Royal Ballet
Thurs.-Battle Of The Villa Florita
Fri.-To Hell And Back
Sat.-Dr. Terror's House Of Horrors
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Showdown
Sun.-Mon.-Return From The Ashes
Tues.-Los Tarantos
Thurs.-Sergeant Rutledge
Fri.-The Alphabet Murders
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Prince Who Was A Thief

Church Welcoming Coffee

To Be Held at Gamboa

The Miraculous Medal Group of
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
of Gamboa invites all the ladies of
the parish to attend their Welcoming
Coffee 10:45 a.m., Sunday, June 5,
at the church hall.

Sat.-The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Sun., 2:30, 7:00-Blindfold
Tues.-The Alphabet Murders
Fri.-The Great Escape

Special Matinees
-All Films AYC-
Saturday, June 4, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Shoot-Out At Medicine Bend-Randolph
Scott, James Craig: Homesteaders and
Quakers against the crooks and together
they clean up che town.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Tarzan, The Magnificent-Gordon Scott,
Jock Mahoney: Stupendous excitement
thrill after thrill . filmed in the
equator. (Color.) T-95 mins.
2:00 p.m.
State Fair-Pat Boone, Alice Faye: Here is
beauty, and warmth, woven into some-
thing that gladdens the heart. (Scope
and Color.) T-125 mins.
6:15 p.m.
Night Passage-James Stewart, Audie Mur-
phy: Brother against brother in a thrill-
ing tale of the railroad-building West.
(Scope and Color.) T-100 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Disorderly Orderly-Jerry Lewis, Glenda
Farrell: A wild and wacky comedy about
a bungling hospital orderly who becomes
hopelessly and hilariously enmeshed in
a series of rib-tickling situations, each
more preposterous than the other.
(Color.) T-107 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Knock On Wood-Danny Kaye . An
American ventriloquist romps through
many zany adventures and hilarious
situations while appearing in Europe.
(Color.) T-110 mins.
oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Chapel of the Air
1:30-Sacred Heart
1 :45-Parade of Sports:
Major League baseball
4 :15-Sunday Playhouse:
5:30-EBF: Life Story of a Snake
5:40-Ted Mack
6:30-Where the Action Is
6 :55-TeleNews Weekly Newsreel
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Official Detective
8-00-SCN News
8:05-Sammy Davis, Jr.
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Goodyear Playhouse: "The
Way Things Happen"
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Social Security In Action
11: 00-The Christophers

5 30-


-SCN Afternoon News
Afternoon (Cont.)
Science Report
-It's A Wonderful World
SCN News In Spanish
I've Got A Secret
Andy Griffith
-SCN News
Red Skelton
-SCN News
SCN Special of the Week:
"Danny Thomas"
Focus on Today
-Monday Night Movie:
"Adventures of Casanova"

5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5-05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Focus on America
6:30-NET: Changing Congress
i.55--SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Alumni Fun
7:30-Danny Thomas
8 00-SCN News
8 05-Hollywood Palace
00-SCN News
9:05-Climax: "The Shadow of
10-00-Focus on Today
10:20-"Heat Wave"
(Film Festival)
4 00-Afternoon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)

6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-To Tell the Truth
7:30-Assignment Underwater
8-00-SCN News
8:05-Wednesday Night at the Movies:
"Nightmare Alley"
9:55-SCN Open House
1 00-Afternoon
5 00-SCN Afternoon News
5 :05-Afternoon (Cont.)
6:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-College Bowl
7:30-The Third Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Talent Scouts
9:00-SCN News
9:05-The Lieutenant
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Armchair Theatre:
"Chasing Danger"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5"30-Man In Space
i 00-Dateline
6:30-Bobby Lord Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7 05-"What's My Line?"
7:30-Bob Cummings Show
8 00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-SCN News
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Friday Night Movie:
"Dante's Inferno"
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:55-"Captain Kangaroo"
3:10-Saturday Playhouse:
"Adventures of Casanova"
4:35-Wonderful World of Golf
5:30-This Is the Life
6:00-Weeken.d '66
6:20-C.Z. Calendar
6:30-Salute to the States:
6:55-Greatest Fights of the Century
7 05-Battle Line
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Faded Flicks:
"Man From Hell's Edges"
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Lawrence Welk Show
10 00-Focus on Today
10:15-The Tonight Show

U.S. Savings Bonds

May Now Be Mailed

U.S. Savings Bonds presently pur- of these cards at t
chased by payroll deduction by their bonds usually
Canal non-U.S. citizen employees After the inform
who have a Canal Zone post office is written on the
box address may now be mailed to placed in the mail

them instead of being delivered
through their division.
To make the change on any
authorizations now in force, special
cards have been printed and deliv-
ered to the divisions that receive
bonds for distribution. Those inter-
ested in changing the mailing of
bonds from their division to their
post office box should request one

the office where
are delivered.
ation called for
card it may be
without postage.
S. - 4.4 -1

Divisions may obtain an additiouna
supply of the cards by calling the
Bond Clerk in the Treasurer's Office
at Balboa 2545 or 2526.
No bonds will be mailed to Canal
Zone General Delivery addresses or
to any Panama or foreign addresses.
Effective since May 9, all new bond
authorizations containing Canal Zone
post office box addresses are being
processed for mailing of bonds.

Page 2

official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
atidles 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.
Governor of the Canal Zone
Lieutenant Governor
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
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.

June 3, 1966


They Give Service,

Cheer to Hospital

Something new has been added to
Coco Solo Hospital!
During the last Latin American
school summer vacation 17 girls and
2 boys were seen in the wards and
corridors of the hospital performing
a varied number of tasks around the
hospital. Their presence brought an
element of the spontaneity of youth
and gaiety to the hospital atmos-
phere. The girls, wearing pink and
white check jumpers, and the boys,
in khaki trousers and white shirts,
are known as the Cheerful Aids.
They are members of a new nurses'
aid volunteer program patterned
after the Pink Girls Nurses' Aid
Training Program.
For several years the Latin Amer-
ican community in the Atlantic area
had been trying to organize such a
nurses' aid volunteer program. Last
fall the Rainbow City Civic Council
assumed the sponsorship of the
program. With the cooperation of the
Canal Zone Civil Defense, the Coco
Solo Hospital and Rainbow City
High School, the new volunteer aid
program was launched.
The organization of the new
nurses' aid program was completed
last February at a meeting held at
Coco Solo Hospital. Attending the
meeting were: James A. Brigman,
chief, Canal Zone Civil Defense;
David C. McIlhenny, Hospital Ad-
ministrative Officer; Mrs. Edna Kar-
pinski, R.N., Director Nursing Serv-
ices; Wilford E. Barrow, Mrs. Pearl
Chilcott, Miss Beryl Jordan, repre-
sentatives of the Rainbow City Civic
Council; Alfredo Cragwell, principal,
Rainbow City Junior-Senior High
School; and Mrs. Betty C. Sutton,
R.N., Director Volunteer Nurses' Aid
Requirements for the program
were set at the meeting with prelimi-
nary requirements accomplished at
the Rainbow City High School prior
to the hospital phase. Prerequisites
are: (1) age (sophomore-senior);
(2) 10 hours First Aid taught by
a qualified First Aid instructor;
(3) 10 hours in a course of Home
Nursing by a qualified Home Nursing
Each student volunteering for the
program supplies his own uniform-
a pink and white check jumper and
white blouse for the girls, and khaki
trousers and white shirt for the boys.
The Cheerful Nurses' Aid Program
was started at Coco Solo Hospital
under the supervision of Mrs. Betty
C. Sutton, Director of the Volunteer
Nurses' Aid Program. Volunteers
received 2 weeks of basic classroom
instruction on basic medical sciences
and hospital ward routines applicable
to the program. They attended lec-
tures on Orientation and Protocol,
Personal Hygiene, Manufacturing

CZ Girl Scouts

Need Camp Staff

Canal Zone Girl Scouts are look-
ing for staff members for their first
summer camp which will be held
this year. Camp Randolph, located
near Coco Solo on the Atlantic side,
will be open for two 2-week sessions,
from June 19 to July 1 and July 3
to July 15.
Staff members, who will be paid
for working at the summer camp,
will be trained for their duties. There
are openings for the following staff:
Assistant camp director, who must be
21 years of age or older; cooks, 21 or
over; counselors, 21 years or over;
and unit leaders who must be 18
years or older.
For further information and appli-
cations call the Girl Scout Office
Balboa 1350 or Balboa 2552, or Mrs.
Fred Stahl, Albrook 5194, or call at
the Girl Scout Office which is located
on the second floor of the Diablo
Heights Service Center.


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Leon Cumberbatch, on the left, one of the two male volunteers who par-
ticipated in the Cheerful Aid Nurses' Aid Training Program at Coco Solo
Hospital, listens to X-ray technician Roger Conley explain routine proce-
dure in the X-ray Department. The volunteer program was sponsored by
the Rainbow City Civic Council with the cooperation of Coco Solo Hospital
and the Canal Zone Civil Defense and was in effect during the Latin
American schools summer vacation.

Cheerful Aid Maria Smith, one of the 19-volunteer nurses' aids at Coco
Solo Hospital, watches Dr. Henry De La Garza, Chief of the General
Practice Clinic, as he performs a minor operation on a hand of a patient
at the hospital. The Cheerful Aid Nurses' Aid Training Program is sponsored
by the Rainbow City Civic Council.

and Handling of Oxygen and Related
Compressed Gases, Mental Health
and Mental Hygiene, and the Civil
Defense Program.
For the next 5 weeks, the students
were assigned to the various hospital
areas to work 3 days a week for 5
hours a day until the program ended
on April 16. Seven of the girls were
so interested and enthusiastic about

Bound Copies

Of Review

Go on Sale
Orders are being accepted for
binders and bound copies of The
Panama Canal Review in English,
issues of August 1963 to May 1966,
inclusive. This offer is open for only
a limited time. Orders should be
received not later than September 1.
Low cost binders of board and
Linson cloth, in light blue only, are
available at $5 per set, and heavier
binders of board and fabrikoid, in
black, green, and red, are $7.50 per
set. Neither includes copies of the
The de luxe binding for the bound
copies will be fabrikoid, with gold
stamping on the cover, similar to
previous bound copies. Colors avail-
able are black, green, red, and
maroon. The price will be $25 for
each book, including cost of the
Review copies.
Orders addressed to Superinten-
dent, Printing Plant, Box M, Balboa,
C.Z., should be accompanied by a
postal money order or local check
payable to the Treasurer, Panama
Canal Company.

BHS Class of '56

To Hold Reunion
The Balboa High School Class of
1956 will hold its 10th anniversary
reunion at 7:30 p.m., June 10, in the
Roosevelt Room of the Tivoli Guest
Dinner will be served and there
will be a pay-as-you-go bar open
throughout the evening. The cost of
the dinner is $2.50, payable at the
Members of the 1956 class inter-
ested in attending should contact
Mrs. Dottie Manthorne, telephone
Balboa 2140.

the program that they requested per-
mission from the Rainbow City Civic
Council and the Coco Solo Hospital
director to continue their volunteer
work for the rest of the Latin
American school summer.
Cheerful Aid members were: Amy
Atherley, Hortensia Bryan, Leticia
Cox, Maruja Cox, Leon Cumber-
batch, Vilma Cumberbatch, Xenia
Ellis, Carmen Escobar, Rosalinda
Jeanmarie, Olga Lewis, Cecilia Lus-
cap, Roy Meade, Selma Morgan,
Donna Pessoa, Teresa Powlett,
Cecele Redman, Della Sayles, Maria
Smith, and Marcia Welch.
A graduation ceremony is plan-
ned for the students in the near
future. The Rainbow City Civic
Council will present pins to the
volunteers and the Civil Defense will
award certificates in recognition of
their services.
The Cheerful Nurses' Aid Training
Program will be repeated during the
coming Latin American summer

Rapids in the upper Chagres River
marked by a sign saying "260" may
puzzle visitors, but not employees of
the Panama Canal Hydrographic
Branch who know that the sign
means the area is 260 feet above
sea level.


Carlos R. Alleyne
Keith D. Bowen
Alvin Paul Lim
Elmer J. Moolchan
Ivanhoe Scott
Virgilio Blanco
Froilan Diaz
Rubin Ferrer
Jose Gonzilez
Ormand R. Harrison
Harry Dockery
Juan Feris
Frederick E. Peters

Writing Award Won

By Bethe Gaudy
Bethe Gaudy, Balboa High School
junior, is the winner of a merit cer-
tificate in the Atlantic Monthly
magazine's annual creative writing
contest for high school students.
She was awarded the certificate for
her poem "Fade Out the Life," which
appears in this year's issue of Isth-
mian Inklings, BHS literary maga-
zine, of which she is editor. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Gaudy of Balboa Heights.

George D. Beckles
Richard Bailey
Emerson Holder, Jr.
Lawrence Layman
Earl Sharick
Robert F. Shipman
Enrique A. Brown
Mildred R. Largent


Charles E. Belden
John A. Morales
John Winter D. Collins
Daniel J. Paolucci
William R. Zemites
George H. Callender
Joseph Rogers
Luciano Villarreal
Chris E. Haywood
Willard 0. Robinson
Taylor Spurlock
Basil Agard
Oswald E. Duggon
Juan Montezuma
Nicolis Ramos
Alejandro Ruiz
Richard C. Bailey
Antonio 0. Dunn-Moodie
Alvin B. Games
Charles Jarvis
Joselyn D. Lynch
Gregorio Moreno
Foy Frauenheim
Dorothy Hadstate
Jos6 Biendicho

AW "Music Man" Tryouts
Tryouts for casting of Meredith
.,Wilson's "Music Man" will be held
at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Monday and
Tuesday, at Balboa High School
The production will be cospon-
sored by the Canal Zone Theatre
Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt presents L. A. Ferguson, right, the National Safety Guild and Canal Zone United Fund.
Council's Award of Merit. The Supply and Community Service Bureau, of Bruce A. Quinn will be producer and
which Ferguson is Director, won the award for showing the greatest set designer while Nannette Rickert
percentage of improvement in its accident frequency rate and severity rate and Ana Ludmila Gee will serve as
over the previous 3-year average of the Panama Canal organization as a director and choreographer, respec-
whole. The percentages of improvement were 51 percent and 90 percent,
respectively. tI ively.

Page 3


June 3, 1966

Charles A. McArthur, Auditor, from Office
of the Comptroller General Audit Divi-
sion, Internal Audit Branch, to Manage-
ment Analyst.
Lillian Vogel, Clerk-Stenographer to Secre-
tary (Stenography).
Mabelle B. Walker, File Clerk to File
Arsenio I. Morales, Linehandler (Deck-
hand), Marine Bureau Navigation Divi-
sion, to Me-senger.
Jose T. Tufi6n, Writer (Spanish Media) to
Frederick L. Denton, Management Analyst
to Supervisory Business Analyst (Rates),
Chief, Rates and Analysis Branch.
Data Processing Division
Kenneth L. Manthorne, EAM Operator to
Digital Computer Systems Operator.
Felix C. Jean-Louis, EAM Supervisor to
EAM Program Supervisor.
Luis A. Fong, Accounting Technician to
Digital Computer Systems Operator.
Juan A. Cedeiio, Bookkeeping Machine
Operator Supervisor to Digital Com-
puter Systems Operator.
Victor R. Colona, Bookkeeping Machine
Operator to EAM Operator.
Harold L. Daniels, Bookkeeping Machine
Operator to Card Punch Supervisor.
Norma M. Jones, Card Punch Operator to
Card Punch Supervisor.
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Dennis A. Gilbert, Planner and Estimator
(Boilermaker-Shipfitter), Marine Bureau
Industrial Division, to Site Manager.
Juana E. de Mitil, Clerk-Stenographer,
Division of Schools, to Clerk-Stenog-
Electrical Division
Thomas C. Robertson, Delmas A. Swafford,
Lead Foreman (Cablesplicing and Elec-
trical Distribution) to General Foreman
(Cablesplicing and Electrical Distribu-
Jack B. Love, Leader Electrician (Lineman)
to Lead Foreman (Cablesplicing and
Electrical Distribution).
Mark T. Tartar, Machinist, Transportation
and Terminals Bureau Railroad Divi-
sion, to Shift Engineer (Mechanical).
Edward Acre, Percival Archer, Frederick
M. Baker, Carmen Batista, Jos6 F. Ba-
tista, Robert A. Flowers, Augustus Gayle,
Policarpo HernAndez, Cleveland A. Jor-
dan, Leonard Kelley, William C. Lash-
ley, Raul Leinch, Reginald A. Muir, Jos6
Murillo, Joseph Pitters, John N. Prince,
Luis Sam, Aston S. Smith, Joseph F.
Watson, John W. Williams, Mainte-
nanceman (Distribution Systems) to
Electrician (Lineman).
William R. Carlin, Jr., John A. DuValI,
Joseph A. Orvis, Thomas W. Petersen,
Leader Electrician (Lineman) to Lead
Foreman (Cablesplicing and Electrical
Ethelbert Howell, Laborer, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Community
Services Division, to Stockman.
Lawrence G. Burton, Learner (Helper
Electrician Lineman) to Helper Electri-
cian (Lineman).
David Madriz, Laborer (Cleaner) to Lab-
orer (Heavy).
Mario Boyd, Laborer, Community Services
Division, to Laborer (Heavy).
Dredging Division
Albert E. Johnson, Navigational Aid Main-
tenanceman to Maintenanceman (Distri-
bution Systems).
Daniel Ramos, Adalberto Romero, Jose 0.
Velisquez, Seaman to Leader Seaman.
Fidencio Echaverra, Boatman to Seaman
Enrique Williams, Laborer to Wiper
(Floating Plant).
Maintenance Division
Juan B. Quintana, Wharfbuilder (Main-
tenance) to Wharfbuilder.
Sidney I. Brooks, Leader Asphalt or Cement
Worker to Paver.
Kendrick M. Johnson, Laborer (Heavy) to
Pablo Lasso, Helper Machinist (Main-
tenance) to Quarryman.
Florentino Sanjur, Laborer (Cleaner) to
Laborer (Highway Maintenance).
Navigation Division
Evert H. Ohman, Supervisory Signalman
to Lead Foreman (Harbor).
Fernando Ostrea, Signalman to Supervisory
Humberto P. Halsall, Linehandler (Deck-
hand) to Launch Operator.
Walter S. Thompson, Linehandler (Deck-
hand) to Seaman (Launch),
Mirandes W. Myles, Linehandler (Deck-
hand) to Seaman.
Daniel Del Cid, Laborer, Maintenance Di-
vision, to Linehandler (Deckhand).
Simeon Bauting, Laborer (Cleaner) to Line-
handler (Deckhand).
Industrial Division
Joseph L. Hickey, General Engineer to
Supervisory General Engineer.
Ralph E. Leathers, Inspector (Elevators
and Cranes) to Lead Foreman Machinist
Floyd W. Baker, Machinist (Marine) to
Lay-Out Man Machinist (Marine).
Tom S. Dean, Machinist (Marine) to In-
spector (Elevators and Cranes).
Victor M. Vique, Laborer to Helper
Locks Division
John F. Paterson, Supervisory General En-
gineer to Supervisory General Engineer
(Assistant Chief Locks Division).
Joseph J. Cicero, Guard to Guard Super-
Paul W. Bramlett, Control House Operator
to Lead Foreman (Locks Operations).
William H. Keller, Leader Lock Operator
(Machinist) to Lead Foreman (Lock
Herman Panzer, Lock Operator (Machinist)
to Leader Lock Operator (Machinist).
Talmadge W. Womble, Neil A. Doherty,

Leader Lock Operator (Electrician) to
Control House Operator.
Lewis F. Branden, Rufus L. Carey, Lock
Operator (Electrician) to Leader Lock
Operator (Electrician).
Alberto Bristin, Dionisio De Le6n, Earl
Jordan, Linehandler to Boatman.
Jonas P. Archibold, Helper Lock Operator
to Maintenanceman (Rope and Wire
Coco Solo Hospital
Oscar H. Osavio, Counterman, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Supply Di-
vision, to Food Service Worker (Heavy).
Gorgas Hospital
Pablo E. Pfrez, Laboratory Helper to
Medical Technician (General).
Edwin W. Belgrave, Messenger to Mor-
tuary Aid.
Benjamin Castillo, Hospital Attendant to
Ward Service Aid.
Idolly D. Archer, Card Punch Operator,
Office of the Comptroller Data Process-
ing Division, to Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee).
Corozal Hospital
Lloyd G. Wilson, Urnston 0. Lewis,
Occupational Therapy Assistant to Nurs-
ing Assistant (Psychiatry).
James T. Brathwaite, Nursing Assistant to
Nursing Assistant (Psychiatry).
Division of Sanitation
Florencio Delvalle, Exterminator to Leader
Pascual Orozco, Grounds Maintenance
Equipment Operator (Small), Supply
and Community Service Bureau, Com-
munity Services Division, to Laborer
(Pest Control).
Police Division
Robert B. Mills, Detective to Police Ser-
Division of Schools
Gloria L. de Martinez, Teacher (Senior
High-Latin American Schools) to Super-
visor (Spanish-Latin American Schools).
Fire Division
Roger E. Hamor, Fire Sergeant to Fire
John R. Lewis, Firefighter (Driver-Oper-
ator) to Fire Protection Inspector.
Community Services Division
Carlos A. Cave, Laborer (Cleaner) to
Supply Division
Arthur W. Smith, General Supply Assistant
to General Supply Specialist.
William J. Green, Automotive Equipment
Serviceman to Warehouseman (Cold
Guillermo Alvarado, Laborer, Maintenance
Division, to Laborer (Heavy).
Dorothy E. Evans, Clerk-Typist to Accounts
Maintenance Clerk.
George E. Benjamin, Supply Clerk to
Accounts Maintenance Clerk.
Violet E. Grant, Clerk to Guest House
Gilburth E. Greenidge, Bellboy to Tele-
phone Operator.
Elias Watson, Food Service Worker to
Helper (General).
Concepci6n Buenano, Presser (Garment)
to Presser (Shirts).
Lucille Dixon, Presser (Flatwork) to
Presser (Garment).
Pedro Gilvez, Laborer to Laborer (Heavy-
Cold Storage).
Alford B. Daley, Presser (Flatwork) to
Laundry Worker (Heavy).
Samuel A. McFarlane, Utility Worker to
Service Station Attendant.
Rene Jethmal, Learner (Helper Spectacle
Lens Benchworker) to Helper Spectacle
Lens Benchworker.
Mary H. Thompson, Usher (Theaters) to
Usher, Chief (Balboa Theater).
Ronald E. Tremblay, Usher (Theaters) to
Doorman (Theaters).
Motor Transportation Division
Philip A. Dunmoodie, Daniel G6mez, Truck
Driver to Schoolbus Driver.
Edwin Taylor, Truck Driver to Truck
Driver (Heavy).
Robert A. Christie, Linehandler (Deck-
hand), Marine Bureau Navigation Divi-
sion, to Helper Electrician.
Alejandro L. Brown, Helper Automotive
Mechanic (Body and Fender) to Truck
Terminals Division
Fabio E. Navarro, Liquid Fuels Gager to
Leader Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
Valentine De Sousa, Harold Hall, Neville
Thompson, Cargo Marker to Clerk
F6lix Nieto, Laborer (Heavy) to Helper
Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
Wilfred P. Leslie, Helper Electrician to
Rodrigo Duffis, Helper Liquid Fuels Wharf-
man to Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
C6sar P. Prados, Linehandler (Deckhand),
Marine Bureau Navigation Division, to
Otilio Delgado, Linehandler (Deckhand),
Marine Bureau Navigation Division, to
Lester L. Ferraro, Clerk, Customs Division,
to Time and Leave Clerk.
Clayton J. Auble, Merchandise Manage-
ment Officer (Shoes), Supply Division.
Jesus N. Barahona, Bookkeeping Machine
Operator, Office of the Comptroller.
Francis A. Brown, Contraband Control
Officer, Customs Division.
Dorothy C. Bushell, Nursing Assistant
(Psychiatry), Corozal Hospital.
Herbert H. Carlson, Marine Traffic Con-
troller Assistant, Navigation Division.
Gladys A. Conley, Merchandise Manage-
ment Officer, Supply Division.
John P. Corrigan HI, Merchandise Manage-
ment Officer (Housewares), Supply Divi-
Arthur L. Dale, Supervisory Accounts
Maintenance Clerk, Supply Division.

James B. Denman, General Attorney,
Office of the General Counsel.
Dolores M. Denman, General Attorney,
Office of the General Counsel.
Raimundo Dixon, Bookkeeping Machine
Operation Supervisor, Office of the
Ivy M. Gillespe, Clerk, Supply Division.
Gladstone B. Gordon, File Clerk (Typing),
Engineering Division.
June L. Greaves, Clerk-Typist, Division of
Alberto J. Howell, Medical Aid, Coco Solo
Shirley M. Hyman, Ward Clerk, Corozal
Horace F. Jenner, Merchandise Manage-
ment Officer (Housewares), Supply Di-
Herbert Johnson, Time and Leave Clerk,
Supply Division.
Luther F. Jones, Chief Engineer, Towboat,
Dredging Division.
Leo J. Krziza, Budget and Accounting
Analyst, Sea Level Canal Support Divi-
Astor N. Lewis, Supply Clerk, Supply Di-
Wilfred R. Morris, Merchandise Manage-
ment Officer (Cold Storage Foods),
Supply Division.
James L. Snyder, Merchandise Manage-
ment Officer (Drygoods), Supply Divi-
Lee R. Suescum, Library Assistant, Canal
Zone Library.
Florence W. Vaughn, Clerk, Supply Divi-
Adolfo Zapata, Retail Store Department
Manager (General), Supply Division.

Last Week's Visitors

Miraflores Locks-----
Gatun Locks---------
Las Cruces,
partial transits, 6 ---
Summit Gardens visitors--
Verdi ------ ---

Grand total----

. 1,650


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Seven of the Panama Canal em-
ployees who retired from active
service the past month received their
retirement certificates, and congratu-
lations, from Canal Zone Lt. Gov.
H. R. Parfitt in a ceremony in the
Board Room of the Administration
Building, Balboa Heights.
Nathan Fleckner, acting chief of
the Employee Services Branch of the
Canal's Personnel Bureau, conducted
the May retirement ceremony and
introduced the Canal officials present.
Lieutenant Governor Parfitt thank-
ed the Canal employees for the years
of service they have given the Canal
organization and wished each one
well in the days of retirement ahead.
Those who received their retire-
ment certificates, their years of Canal
service, and the positions they held
are as follows:

Oswald S. Anderson, Truck Driver,
Motor Transportation Division
(Atlantic side); 18 years, 6 months,
12 days.
Eric A. Bennett, Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division (Atlantic side); 25
years, 2 months, 17 days.
Miss Leonor Castro, Presser (Shirts),
Supply Division Laundry (Pacific
side); 21 years, 9 months, 10 days.
Mrs. Antonia de Jim6nez, Food Serv-
ice Worker, Service Centers (Paci-
fic side); 22 years, 7 months, 26
Mrs. Della L. Hancock, Teletypist,
Communications and Records
Branch, Administrative Services
Division (Pacific side); 26 years,
2 months, 2 days.
Hiram Overall, Police Sergeant,


Frank Dasher Naughton, left of the Panama Canal Personnel Bureau,
receives from Edward A. Doofan, personnel director, a Master Key of the
Panama Canal in the grade of "Employee Counselor Emeritus." Personnel
Director Doolan made the presentation on behalf of Gov. Robert J.
Fleming, Jr. Frank Naughton, who is retiring from Canal service, also was
presented an Oustanding Service award. At bottom is William J. Kilgallen,
toastmaster at the Naughton's retirement party at the Albrook Officers Club.

S i W
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Everett Leo Farlow, standing, left, administrative officer, Civil Affairs
Bureau, was presented an Oustanding Service award as a highlight of the
retirement party in his honor given at the Canal Zone Police Lodge. Civil
Affairs Bureau Director B. I. Everson, standing, right, made the presentation
on behalf of Canal Zone Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr., and handed the $200
check that accompanied the award to Mrs. Farlow, seated.

Police Division (Pacific side); 23
years, 10 months, 6 days.
Anthony Malagutti, Police Private,
Police Division (Pacific side); 23
years, 9 days.
Miss Mildred A. McMahon, Junior
High School Teacher, U.S. Schools
(Pacific side); 26 years, 4 months,
29 days.
Roy L. Rinehart, General Foreman
Rigger, Industrial Division (Atlan-
tic side); 23 years, 11 months, 19
Naurang Singh, Stevedore, Terminals
Division (Atlantic side); 36 years,
3 months, 26 days.
Fred L. Stewart, Foreman, Electrical
Division (Pacific side); 23 years,
7 months, 19 days.
Capt. William E. Thompson, Pilot,
Navigations Division (Pacific side);
27 years, 6 months.

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Upside down reading? No. Quizzical
expression reflects confusion expeni-
enced when Norene Hughes, Budgets
and Rates Branch, opened last Fri-
day's SPILLWAY. A few copies had
their inside pages upside down.
Though the error was detected
before many copies were run off the
press, one of the few partially upside
down copies landed in Norene's

Coming Events

4-5-Surfing contest at Rio Mar Beach
sponsored by Panama Performers
surf club.
5-"Spring Serenade" concert at Rain-
bow City Theater, 4:30 p.m.
9-Religious festivities of Corpus Christi,
at Los Santos and Penonom6, fea-
turing the "Dance of the Monte-
zumas" in Los Santos.

A Commendation

(Continued from p. 1)

and Welfare Regional Office VII,
Dallas, Tex., enclosing the Letter of
Commendation, said:
"We are very pleased that the per-
sonnel of the Panama Canal Com-
pany are interested in maintaining
such a high degree of sanitation
aboard this passenger vessel."
Transportation and Terminals Bu-
reau Director Jones, in a memo to
the Panama Canal's Chief, Water
Transportation Division, stated:
"This is a fine accomplishment and
I want to add my sincere apprecia-
tion for the effort of all those who
made this possible."
Inspectors from the Division of
Sanitation have been working with
personnel of the food facility of the
ship since 1964 at the request of
Jones. Periodic inspections continue
to be made for surveillance of food

Surfers to Vie

At Rio Mar
The Panama Performers Surf Club
will hold the first surfing contest in
this area Saturday and Sunday, at
Rio Mar Beach from 2 to 6 p.m. both
days. Surfers from the Republic of
Panama and the Canal Zone are
There will be three categories of
competition, depending upon the
ability of the surfer. Trophies and
plaques, donated by the Balboa
American Legion Club, will be pres-
ented winners. There will be a dance
at the beach pavilion Saturday night
with music by the Trollers.

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Naurang Singh Leads

Retirees With 36 Years



S pillway

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Vol. IV, No. 50 Mas de 50 Aiios de Servicios.Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 3 de Junio de 1966

El Vicegobernador Parfitt

Dijo Adi6s a los Jubilados

Siete de los empleados del Canal
de PanamA que se retiraron defini-
tivamente del servicio el mes pasado,
recibieron sus certificados de jubila-
ci6n y sendas felicitaciones, del Vice-
gobernador de la Zona del Canal
H. R. Parfitt, en una ceremonia que
tuvo lugar en el Sal6n de Conferen-
cias del Edificio de Administraci6n,
en Balboa Heights.
Nathan Fleckner, jefe interino del
Ramo de Servicios a los Empleados
de la Direcci6n de Personal del
Canal, dirigi6 la ceremonia de jubi-
laci6n del mes de mayo y present a
los funcionarios del Canal que estu-
vieron presents.
El Vicegobernador Parfitt agrade-
ci6 a los viejos empleados por los
muchos afios de leales servicios dados
al Canal y les dese6 bienestar en los
dias de descanso que tienen por
Los que recibieron sus certificados

de jubilaci6n, sus afios al servicio del
Canal y las posiciones que desempe-
fiaban al memento de retirarse, son
los siguientes:
Oswald S. Anderson, Conductor de
Cami6n, Divisi6n de Transporte a
Motor, sector Atlantico; 18 afios,
6 meses, 12 dias.
Eric A. Bennett, Estibador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector Atlantico;
25 afios, 2 meses, 17 dias.
Srta. Leonor Castro, Planchadora de
Camisas, Lavanderia de la Divi-
si6n de Abastos, sector Pacifico; 21
afios, 9 meses, 10 dias.
Sra. Antonia de Jim6nez, Moza de
Oficios, Servicio de Comidas, Cen-
tros de Servicio, sector Pacifico;
22 afios, 7 meses, 26 dias.
Sra. Della L. Hancock, Operaria de
Teletipo, Secci6n de Archivos y
Comunicaciones, Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Administrativos, sector Pa-
cifico; 26 afios, 2 meses, 2 dias.
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Ya hay mas Facilidades

En el Aimacen de Balboa

De ahora en adelante, serA mis
fAcil comprar los comestibles en
La Division de Abastos ha comple-
tado un studio que muestra las
horas en que es mAs fAcil comprar,
o sea, la hora en que las filas son mis
cortas y hay mis espacio para esta-
cionar. Se ha provisto espacio adicio-
nal, en la part de atras del almacen
para mAs mostradores refrigerados y
un Area mayor para legumbres y co-
mestibles. Para aliviar la congestion
en ciertas Areas del almacen, se ha
cambiado la disposici6n de las mer-
cancias. Las existencias de reserve
han sido consolidadas en un dep6sito
central, dejando libre mayor espacio
para las ventas en el supermercado.
Juntas, estas dos medidas alivia-
ran los moments mis Algidos de los
dias de venta y despejarAn el alma-
c6n cuando haya mis gente dentro
de 61.

El studio indic6 que las semanas
de pago son mas activas que las se-
manas en las que no cae el pago, en
todos los departamentos. En el super-
mercado, el sabado es el dia mis
ocupado, seguido por su orden por el
jueves y el martes. Los mi6rcoles y
viernes son relativamente flojos. Du-
rante el sAbado, el volume de ventas
es alto y fire durante todo el dia.
De martes a viernes, el movimiento
sube desde las 4 p.m. a las 5:30 p.m.
Los jueves, las horas de mayor movi-
miento son de la 1 p.m. a las 2 p.m.
y de las 7 a las 8 p.m.
En el supermercado hay pocos
compradores los jueves de las 5:30
p.m. a las 7 p.m. y los martes, mier-
coles y viernes, desde la hora de
apertura hasta las 9:30 a.m. Las ven-
tas de ropa de mujer y hombre son
mis fuertes los jueves y sAbados.
En el departamento de ropa para
damas el movimiento mis alto tiene
lugar de las 10:30 a.m. al mediodia.

Nuevo Jefe Entomologo Lleg6 Para

Laboratorio del Hospital Coco Solo
Melvin M. Borehanm, nuevo ento- Fresno, y en la Direcci6n del Labo-
m6logo medico, nombrado Jefe del ratorio de Investigaci6n sobre Con-
Laboratorio de Entomologia de la -trol de Vectores, donde trabaj6 en
Division de Sanidad, en el Hospital investigaci6n sobre la biologia y el
de Coco Solo, Ileg6 al Istmo reciente- control de los mosquitos.
mente, procedente de California, en Como nuevo entom6logo de la
uni6n de su esposa.

Nativo de California, Boreham es
graduado de la Universidad del Esta-
do, en Sacramento, dond e gradu6
de Licenciado en Biologia en 1958 y
tambi6n consigui6 su grado de Mas-
ter en entomologia en la Universidad
del Estado, en Fresno, en 1964.
Boreham ha trabajado para el Es-
tado de California en el Departa-
mento de Salubridad PiAblica, en

Direccidn de Abastos

Conquisto un Premio
El Vicegobernador H. R. Parfitt
entreg6 a L. A. Ferguson, un Certi-
ficado de MWrito del Consejo Nacio-
nal de Seguridad. La Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, de
la cual Ferguson es Director, gan6 el
premio al demostrar el mis alto por-
centaje de mejoramiento en sus ratas
de frecuencia y gravedad de acci-
dentes sobre el promedio de los 3
afios previous de la organizaci6n del
Canal de PanamA en conjunto.
El porcentaje de mejoramiento fue
de 51 por ciento y 90 por ciento, res-
pectivamente. (Fotografia en la sec-
ci6n inglesa.)

Melvin M. Boreham
Zona del Canal, la principal preocu-
paci6n de Boreham en la Divisi6n
de Sanidad, serA investigar la pobla-
ci6n de insects y proveer la identi-
ficaci6n de los insects en lo que res-
pecta a la prevenci6n de enfermeda-
des y al control de plagas.
Otro aspect de la vigilancia que
se mantiene sobre los insects serA
la evaluaci6n del uso de insecticides
en actividades de sanidad y la deter-
minaci6n de la resistencia desarro-
llada por los insects despu6s varias
aplicaciones de insecticides para

Los vagones de acero son casi tan escasos como los dientes de gallina, pero una compra afortunada ha agre-
gado 20 vagones de acero usados, todos en excelentes condiciones mecbnicas, al material rodante del Ferro-
carril de PanamA. Los vagones de 40 pies y de 50 toneladas, uno de los cuales aparece recibiendo los tiltimos
retoques en el taller de reparaciones de vagones de ferrocarril en Balboa, vinieron al Istmo procedentes del
Ferrocarril Pickens, Carolina del Sur. Esta es la primera de estas compras que el ferrocarril ha hecho aqui en
unos 5 afios, y represent un ahorro de mis de $10.000 por vag6n. El Ferrocarril de PanamA estA tratando de
reemplazar sus vagones de madera y todavia quedan unos 50 en el Istmo. La mayoria de los vagones de madera
fue depreciada en 1929 y el resto estA siendo reemplazado con vagones de acero, ya que el costo de reparacio-
nes es enorme. Trabajando en uno de los reci6n Ilegados vagones de acero estAn Pablo Reyes, a la derecha,
pintor del Canal de PanamA, y el Aprendiz de Vagonero del Canal de PanamA, Keith Green.


Esclusas de Miraflores---
Esclusas de Gatiin______
Las Cruces, 6 viajes ___
Jardines de Summit ....
Gran Total ----



Mahana en El Panama

Escogeran las Finalistas

Para Miss Universo
La selecci6n de finalists que com-
petirAn por el titulo de Sefiorita
PanamA se llevard a cabo durante el
baile formal que tendra lugar en el
patio del Hotel El Panama Hilton,
el dia 4 de junio a partir de las 8:30
p.m. La Sefiorita PanamA, que re-
presentari a la Republica de Panama
en el certamen Miss Universo en
Miami Beach, serA escogida por un
grupo de jurados el sAbado 11 de
junio, tambi6n durante un baile for-
mal comenzando a la misma hora.
Adeinas del bailey tendra lugar un
espectaculo, una revista de modas y
precious de entrada en ambas oca-
Los boletos para el event del 4
de junio costaran $1.50 y los boletos
para la coronaci6n de la Sefiorita
PanamA el 11 de junio costarAn $2.

Interesantes Debates
En Paraiso Desde el
6 de Junio Proximo
El lunes 6 de junio del present
afio, a las 8 p.m., en la Escuela Pri-
maria de Paraiso, se iniciarA un ciclo
de debates para todas las personas
interesadas, sobre nutrici6n.
Los debates tendrAn lugar durante
cinco lunes, a partir de la fecha men-
cionada, siendo auspiciados por el
personal de Servicio Social a cargo
de la nutricionista Sra. Shirley Dean.
El prop6sito que se persigue es ayu-
dar a la comunidad por medio de
discusiones y charlas de m6dicos, en-
fermeras, nutricionistas y maestros
de economic del hogar, en la solu-
ci6n de los problems de nutrici6n.

La Pelicula del Canal de Panama

Vista por Millones de Personas

La pelicula a colors "El Canal de
PanamA", que describe el desarrollo
del Canal desde la 6poca temprana
de su construcci6n, hasta el vital
papel que desempefia el dia de hoy
en la navegaci6n international, ha
sido vista por mis de 24 millones de
personas en los Estados Unidos.
La pelicula, de 28% minutes de
duraci6n, producida bajo los auspi-
cios del Canal de PanamA en 1962,
ha sido mostrada a estudiantes de
escuelas secundarias y universidades,
a grupos fraternales y religiosos, a
organizaciones comerciales y hospi-
tales, desde Connecticut hasta Cali-
fornia, y desde Montana hasta
Ademis, miles de personas ban

visto esta pelicula en la Zona del
Canal, PanamA y otras naciones lati-
"El Canal de PanamA" fue filmada
en espafiol e ingles en la Zona del
Canal y en los studios de la Bay
State Film Production, Inc., en
Springfield, Massachusetts. Un astro
del cine mexicano, Carlos Montalbin
y otros dos actors bilingdies brinda-
ron su concurso para hacer possible
esta pelicula.
La pelicula puede obtenerse gratis
en la Oficina de Informaci6n del
Canal de PanamA, Box M, Balboa
Heights, para ser mostrada en el
Istmo. Se puede conseguir en ingles
o espafiol, y en colors o en blanco
y negro.

Manana y el Domingo Seran las

Competencias de Acuaplanos en

Las Bellas Playas de Rio Mar

Los Acr6batas de PanamA, club
local de aficionados al acuaplano,
han organizado la Primera Compe-
tencia de Acuaplanos de PanamA,
que tendrA por scenario la bella
playa de Rio Mar, mafiana sAbado 4
de junio y el domingo 5. En esta
competencia tomarin parte sola-
mente acuaplaneadores de Panama
y de la Zona del Canal.
Habra tres categories de compe-
tencias, de acuerdo con las habilida-
des de cada uno de los competidores.
Las competencias deberAn hacerse
de acuerdo con la hora de las mareas.
Por lo tanto se efectuarin las dife-
rentes competencias de 2 a 6 p.m.
en esos 2 dias.
El sAbado por la noche, habrA un
grandiose baile para participants y
aficionados en la Casa Club de Rio
Mar, amenizado por los "Trollers".
Luego del baile habrA fogatas en la
playa, con cantos y acompafiamiento
de guitarras.
El domingo, al finalizar las com-
petencias, se entregarAn los trofeos
a los ganadores en una de las glorie-
tas que adornan el lugar.

El American Legion Club ha do-
nado 6 bellos trofeos. Kodak Panama,
ha donado una magnifica cAmara
Instamatic y la Compafiia Panamefia
de Seguros, un bellisimo trofeo.

Graduados de 1956

En Balboa Tendran

Su Reunion el 10
Los graduados de la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Balboa en 1956 cele-
brarAn su d6cima reunion de aniver-
sario el 10 de junior a las 7:30 p.m.,
en el Sal6n Roosevelt de la Casa de
Hudspedes Tivoli.
HabrA cena y en el bar cada uno
se pagarA sus tragos. El costo de la
cena es $2.50, pagaderos en la
Los graduados de 1956 interesados
en asistir deben comunicarse con la
Sra. Dottie Manthorne, tel6fono
Balboa 2140.


Junio 3, 1966

4-5-Primera competencia de acuaplanos entire Clubes de PanamA y la
Zona del Canal, en Rio Mar, Distrito de San Carlos, Republica
de PanamAi.
5-Dia del Padre en Panama.
9-Festividades Religiosas del Corpus Christi, en Los Santos y Penonom6.
En los Santos se escenifica la Danza de Los Montezumas.
12-Dia de la Radio en Panama.
24-Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista en Chitr6. Cabalgatas y carreras
tipicas de caballos en la Peninsula de Azuero.



11:00- Documental
11:30-Johnny Quest
12:00- Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00- Cine en su Casa
4:00- Tarde de Toros
7:00- Flipper
7:30-EI Club de Mickey Mouse
8:00-Domingos Herdez
9:00-Historia del FBI


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Dick Tracy
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00- Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00- La Hora Celanese
7:30- Expectaci6n
8:00- Un Largo y Ardiente Verano
9:00- Branded
9:30- La Caldera del Diablo
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Boris Karloff Presenta


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Aventuras de Pinocho
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
7:00- Pombo Pombo-Triqui Triqui
7:30-Los Monstruos
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:30- Programa Especial
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Popeye el Marinero
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportaies Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30- Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00--Nueva Cita Musical
7:30- Blanquita Amaro
8:30- Corte Marcial
9:30- La Caldera del Diablo
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Suspenso


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Poderoso Hercules
1:00- Showde la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30- Los Amiguitos de Robnin
7:00- Exitos Musicales
7:30-Jesse James
8:00- Alma de Acero
9:00-Media Hora con Machito
9:30- Historia de Franklin D.
10:30- El Barco mas Loco del Ej6rcito


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Cegato Magoo
1:00--Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:00- Inspector Ardilla
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00- Estampas del Prado
7:30- Los Locos Adams
9:00-Suefio con Jennie
9:30-Peyton Place
10:30- Ben Casey


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



9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30- Hombres C61ebrcs
10:45--SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30-El Llanero Solitario
12:00--Repris6: Novela de las 5:30
2:00-Domingo Deportivo
6:00- Teatro Fantastico
8:00- Cita con la Muerte
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00- Estreno Sorpresivo

11:45-Rev61lver a la Orden
12:15-MAsica y Risas
1:30- Dilogos
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30- Paginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Tres Patines Show
6:55-InstantAneas 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

11:45- Coronel Flack
12:15-Muisica y Risas
1:30- Buscando Estrellas
3:30- Documental
4:00- Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30- Paginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
8:30- Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:30- Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Perry Mason
11:00-El Agente Sentimental

11:45-La Ley del Rev6lver
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:00- Noticias
1:30-Para la Familia
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:130- PAginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Tres Patines Show
6:55-InstantAneas 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
11:00- Mike Hammer

11:30- C6micas
11:45- Coronel Flack
12:15-Musica y Risas
1:30-Voces del Pueblo
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30- Paginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-InstantAneas 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
11:00- Patrulla Fantasma

11:45-Rev6lver a la Orden
12:15-Muisica y Risas
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Boite de Tres Patines
6:55-InstantAneas Sociales
7:30- Show de Van Dyke
8:00- Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-El Santo

12:30-De Interls Para Usted
1:30-Reprise: Novela de la Tarde
3:45-Cine Programa Tele 4
5:30- Sheena Reina de la Selva
6:00-Reino Salvaje
6:30-El Superagente 86
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Revista Musical
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30- Convoy
9:30-Los Intocables
11:00-Pantalla Cinematogrifica

En Su Pantalla___

Vie:nes 3 _

SAbado 4-- .
Domingo 5__

Lunes 6 __-

Martes 7_ --
Mi6rcoles 8

Jutves 9 -...
Viernes 10__

Phantom Of The Rue Morgue
and Black Gold
Doctor No

Doctor No
The Cool And The Crazy and
Man With The X-Ray Eyes
Stolen Hours

Phantom Of The Rue Morgue and
Black Gold
The Cool And The Crazy and
Man With The X-Ray Eyes
Stolen Hours
Sink The Bismarck
Robin And The Seven Hoods
and Cash McCall

10 p.m.
Bend Of The River
The Old Man And The Sea and
Deadly Companion
Shot In The Dark
Shot In The Dark
The Third Day

Beyond The Time Barrier and
Fury In The Congo
10 p.m.
Man Of A Thousand Faces

Gente en la Noticia

Carlos H. Castillo es Operario de
Torno, presta servicios en el Taller
de Torneria de la Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento de la Direcci6n de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n del Canal de
PanamA. Hace 38 afios ingres6 al
servicio de la organizaci6n del Canal.
Reside en la Avenida Anc6n de la
ciudad de PanamA, pero naci6 en el
viejo poblado de Emperador, el 1
de enero de 1901. Recuerda perfec-
tamente los dias de la construcci6n
del Canal. Dice que cuando era nifio
y jugaba en lo alto del Corte Gail-
lard, llamado Culebra en aquel en-
tonces, siempre acostumbraba hacer
un alto y se ensimismaba viendo la
tremenda actividad que se desarro-
llaba a sus pies, en el fondo de la
zanja. "Las locomotoras y palas a
vapor se veian chiquititas" dice son-
riendo, "y los hoinbres parecian hor-
migas". En Emperador hizo su es-
cuela primaria y la secundaria la
curs6 en el Artes y Oficios, en la ciu-
dad de PanamA. El Sr. Castillo en-
viud6 hace 12 afios. Recuerda con
veneraci6n a su abnegada esposa, a
la que agradece la manera como
levant a sus hijos. Carlos C6sar, el
mayor, es contador; Orlando Alberto,
es professor de Ingl6s y Director del
Departamento de Idiomas, en la Uni-
versidad de Oriente, en Cumana,
Venezuela; y GermAn A. es professor
en la Escuela Secundaria de Rain-
bow City. Es cat61lico practicante y
su iglesia es la de su Parroquia:
Santa Ana. Su mayor diversion es el
cine, tambidn le gustan las carreras
de caballos. AdemAs es visitante
asiduo de la Playa de Santa Clara.







I -


Cecil G. Callender, es Subjefe Oficinista de Abastos, en la Secci6n de
Procuraduria de la Divisi6n de Mantenimiento, en la Direcci6n de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n del Canal de PanamA. Tiene 24 afios de servicios
con el Gobierno de Estados Unidos, de ellos 15 con la organizaci6n del
Canal. Reside en Pedro Miguel, Zona del Canal y naci6 en la ciudad de
PanamA, hace 42 afios. Sus studios primaries y secundarios los curs6 en
la vieja Escuela Normal de La Boca. Asi como se le ve en esta fotografia,
asi es el Sr. Callender; siempre atento y sonriente para con las personas
que solicitan sus servicios. Goza de gran estimaci6n con sus compafieros
de trabajo, por sus dotes de caballero y hombre de bien. Hace 21 afios
contrajo matrimonio con la Sra. Magdrie Callender y tienen cinco hijos.
La mayor es Palricia Maria, de 20 ailos, que trabaja en la ciudad de Nueva
York con la Compafiia de Seguros Metropolitan. El mAs pequefio es Bily.
"Dice su mamA que es el mis querido de todos, quizas por ser el mAs
tremendo", nos dice sonriendo Callender. El Sr. Callender es sumamente
active en labores a beneficio de la comunidad en que reside. Ha sido
president del Consejo Civico de Pedro Miguel y ha ocupado otros cargo
en esa organizaci6n. Fue uno de los organizadores de la Pequefia Liga
del Istmo de Pedro Miguel. Le gusta muchisimo el tennis; el golf no le
gusta tanto, "porque tengo un pequefio problema", dice sonriendo, "jamAs
encuentro la pelota". Una de sus mayores aficiones es la vida al aire libre
y por eso es asiduo concurrente de las bellas playas de PanamA. Recuerda
con carifio los afios en que trabaj6 en la construcci6n de aeropuertos para
la Fuerza Aerea de Estados Unidos en el Interior. "Hice muchos amigos"
dice, como rememorando tiempos idos. "8Mi mayor deseo?-Tener una
casa propia, en Arraijan o en Villa CAceres", dice para terminar la entrevista.


Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mI. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
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
SPILLWAY, 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 hacersc pagaderos
al Panama Canal Companyy dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

Paigina 2

Paigina 3

Junio 3, 1966


Los Joviales Auxiliares de Enfermeria

. *, i% tFinalizaron un Curso de 5 Semanas

De todo hacen los Joviales Auxiliares de Enfenneria, cuando prestan
servicios en las salas del Hospital de Coco Solo. En la foto, vemos a Donna
Pessoa distrayendo a una pequefia paciente de la Sala de Pediatria. Estos
j6venes voluntarios reciben un valioso entrenamiento en el program
patrocinado por la comunidad de Rainbow City.

Durante un tiempo, por las salas
y pasillos del Hospital de Coco Solo,
se vieron i6venes de ambos sexos
dedicados a diferentes labores. Las
nifias vestian can trajecitos-delantales
de cuadritos rosados y blancos con
chaquetas blancas de mangas cortas,
mientras que los j6venes usaban pan-
talones caqui y camisas blancas,
tambi6n de manga corta. Su presen-
cia constituy6 una inyecci6n de ale-
gria y juventud en esa casa de salud.
Son los "Joviales Auxiliares de
Enfennrmeria" y constituyen la culmi-
naci6n de un anhelo de mis de
6 afios de la Comunidad Latino-
americana, que al fin, se hizo possible
gracias al patrocinio del Consejo
Civico de Rainbow City, la Defensa
Civil de la Zona del Canal, el Hos-
pital de Coco Solo y la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Rainbow City, que con-
juntamente labcraron para que este
entrenamiento que se le brinda a los
jovencitos, similar a uno ya exis-


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tente en Estados Unidos, sea de posi-
tivos beneficios para la comunidad.
1UC6mo tom6 forma este program
de adiestramiento para j6venes de
ambos sexos en las labores de los
auxiliares de enfermeria?
Fue en una reuni6n que tuvo lugar
en febrero de este afio en el Hospi-
tal de Coco Solo, y a la que asistieron
James A. Brigman, Jefe de la De-
fensa Civil de la Zona del Canal;
David C. Mcllhenny, Funcionario
Administrative del Hospital de Coco
Solo; Sra. Edna T. Karpinski, Direc-
tora de los Servicios de Enfermeria
del Hospital: Wilfred Barrows, Sra.
Pearl Chicott y Srta. Beryl Jordan,
representantes del Consejo Civico de
Rainbow City; Alfredo Cragwell, Di-
rector de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City; y la Sra. Betty C.
Sutton, enfermera del hospital, a
cargo de la direcci6n del program.
En esa reunion se sentaron las
bases y se fijaron los requisitos mini-
mos para los solicitantes, que debe-
nan cumplirse, parte en la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City y part
en el Hospital de Coco Solo. Los
correspondientes a la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Rainbow City fueron los
siguientes: (1) Nivel educativo en los
2 filtimos ailos; (2) curso de 10 horas
de Primeros Auxilios dictado por un
instructor calificado; (3) un curso de
10 horas de Enfermeria del Hogar,
dictado por un instructor calificado.
Este 61timo requerimiento hubo que
llenarlo en el hospital debido a que
este afio, no se pudo conseguir los
servicios de un instructor.
El 28 de febrero, la Sra. Betty C.
Sutton recibi6 en el Hospital de
Coco Solo a los primeros Joviales
Auxiliares de Enfermeria, que bajo
su direcci6n empezaron sus 2 sema-
nas de instrucci6n te6rica y prActica,
de la ciencia m6dica elemental y del
trabajo rutinario de las salas, que
culminaron con todo 6xito. Durante
el program se brindaron conferen-
cias sobre Orientaci6n y Protocolo,
Higiene Personal, Manufactura y
Manejo del Oxigeno y Gases Com-
primidos Relacionados, Salubridad
Mental e Higiene Mental y sobre el

Program de la Defensa Civil, dicta-
das por m6dicos, enfermeras y fun-
cionarios del hospital.
Luego de este curso initial de
2 semanas, los Joviales Auxiliares de
Enfermeria, iniciaron un program
de trabajo de 3 dias a la semana, de
5 semanas de duraci6n, que finaliz6
el 16 de abril.
Tan entusiasmados quedaron que
siete de las j6venes se ofrecieron
como voluntarias para trabajar en el
hospital durante el resto de las vaca-
ciones de las Escuelas Latinoameri-
canas, lo cual fue aprobado por el
Consejo Civico de Rainbow City.
Pr6ximamente tendra lugar la gra-
duaci6n de estos j6venes ansiosos de
servir a la comunidad. En la cere-
monia recibiran sus botones distin-
tivos que les serin dados por el Con-
sejo Civico de Rainbow City, mien-
tras que la Defensa Civil de la Zona
del Canal, les otorgarA certificados
por su trabajo voluntario.
Particular menci6n merece el Sr.
Basil G. Coke, instructor calificado
de Primeros Auxilios y empleado de
la Division de Terminales, sector
Atlantico, por haber prestado sus
servicios para el curso de 10 horas
de Primeros Auxilios a los j6venes
H6 aqui los nombres de los Jovia-
les Auxiliares de Enfermeria: Amy
Atherly, Hortensia Bryan, Leticia
Cox, Maruia Cox, Le6n Cumber-
batch, Vilma Cumberbatch, Xenia
Ellis, Carmen Escobar, Rosalinda
Jeanmarie, Olga Lewis, Cecilia
Luscap, Roy Meade, Selma Morgan,
Donna Pessoa, Teresa Powlett,
Cecele Redman, Della Sayles, Maria
Smith y Marcia Welch.

Dicen que Penonomd se llama asi,
porque alli fue torturado por los es-
paiioles Nomr, un cacique indio de
esa comarca. La explicaci6n es que
alli "pen6 Nomd". Pero sucede que
"pe nono me" en lenguaje de los
cunas de San Bias, quiere dedir "tu
cabeza es mia". Cudl es la verdad?

Maria Smith, una de los Joviales Auxiliares de Enfermeria voluntarios de Rainbow City, que prestan servicios
en el Hospital de Coco Solo, observa al Dr. Henry De La Garza, Jefe de la Clinica de Prictica General, efec-
tuar cirugia menor en la mano de uno de los pacientes del hospital. Los Auxiliares de Enfermeria reciben por
este medio, valioso adiestramiento patrocinado por la comunidad de Rainbow City.

Il\ IX?


Leon Cumberbatch, uno de los Joviales Auxiliares de Enfermeria que toman parte en los cursos de entrena-
miento para auxiliares de enfermeria, patrocinados por la comunidad de Rainbow City, escucha las explica-
ciones que sobre la rutina del Departamento de Rayos X le da el Tecnico de Rayos X, Roger Conley.

Hortencia Bryan, una de los Joviales Auxiliares de Enfermeria del
Hospital de Coco Solo, arregla una de las camas de la Sala de Medicina
General de Mujeres en la mencionada casa .de salud. La organizaci6n de
los Joviales Auxiliares de Enfermeria es un proyecto de la comunidad
latinoamericana de Rainbow City.


Sus amigos y parientes pueden
subscribirse ahora al semanario
SPILLWAY del Canal de PanamA
(o usted puede hacer la subscrip-
ci6n por ellos). Cuesta $2.60 al
aijo. Esto incluye envio por correo
regular a cualquier parte del
Los cheques para las subscrip-
ciones deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y pue-
den ser enviados por correo a:
SPILLWAY Subscriptions
Box M
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone
No deje de incluir, bien escrito,
el nombre y la direcci6n de la per-
sona a la cual el SPILLWAY debe
ser enviado.

"El es mi director de seguridad."


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Junior 3, 1966

Antonio Amaya Defendera Titulo

Pluma Ante Leo Campbell el 5

El campe6n national del peso plu-
ma, Antonio Amaya, defender su
corona el domingo pr6ximo en el tin-
glado de la Arena de Col6n, frente
al primer retador Leopoldo Camp-
bell, en un combat sefialado a 12
Amaya, clasificado en cuarto lugar
en su division por la Asociaci6n Mun-
dial de Boxeo, derrot6 per estrecho
margen a Campbell el 23 de enero
iltimo en la Arena de Col6n. La
gran demostraci6n hecha por Camp-
bell ante el campe6n en aquella
pelea en la cual no se discutia el
titulo, le vali6 la oportunidad de dis-
putar el cetro en esta occasion.

Luis Urrunaga se

Impuso a Manuel

Moreno por Puntos

El joven pugilista de peso mosca
Luis Carlos Urrunaga se impuso el
domingo pasado al veteran Manuel
Moreno, en un ccmbate a 10 asaltos
celebrado en el tinglado del Gimna-
sio Nacional Neco de la Guardia en
la ciudad de Panama.
El encuentro result sensacional,
pues los pugilistas se enfrascaron en
cambios de golpes desde que son6 la
campana para el primer asalto.
Esta fue la novena victoria conse-
cutiva lograda por Urrunaga en su
invicta carrera professional.
En el mismo program, el novel
pdgil de peso pluma Marcos Diaz se
impuso por decision unAnime en ocho
asaltos a Gilberto Cuesta.

Contadores se Reunen

En el Tivoli el Dia 8

La Asociaci6n de Contadores del
Gobierno Federal, Capitulo de la
Zona del Canal, se reunirA el mi6rco-
les 8 de junior, al mediodia, en la
Casa de Hu6spedes Tivoli.
El ganador de la beca de la Aso-
ciaci6n de Contadores del Gobierno
Federal serA presentado y se dard a
conocer el resultado de la elecci6n
de la Junta Directiva para el pr6ximo
afio. No habri oradores. Sera esta la
lltima reunion que presida R. C.
Las reservaciones se pueden hacer
poni6ndose en contact con Mary
Lynch, 2-2529; Edna Diaz, 276-3163;
o con Howard Gee, 272-3247.

El campe6n viaf6 el mes pasado a
MNxico y venci6 claramente por de-
cisi6n en 10 asaltos al mexicano Fino
Rosales en CuliacAn.
Campbell venci6 por nocaut t&c-
nico en seis asaltos a Juancho Ruiz
el 20 de marzo en la Arena de Col6n,
en su uiltima salida al tinglado.
Amaya es favorite para imponerse
en este encuentro del domingo y
muchos consideran que puede defi-
nir el pleito antes del limited.

.. '

4Leyendo al rev6s? No. La expresi6n
de confusion es de Norene Hughes,
de la Secci6n de Presupuesto y Tari-
fas cuando abri6 el SPILLWAY el vier-
nes pasado. Varios ejemplares tenian
sus piginas interiores al revis; el
error fue subsanado antes de que
salieran mIs de las prensas, pero uno
de ellos cay6 en manes de Norene.

Panama Envia 8

Deportes a los

Juegos en P.R.

El pr6ximo jueves 9 del corriente
saldrA hacia San Juan, Puerto Rico,
via Miami, Florida, la delegaci6n
deportiva panamefia que participar'A
en los X Juegos Centroamericanos y
del Caribe, que se celebrarAn en San
Juan del 11 al 25 de este mes.
Panamai estarA representada en
ocho deportes en dichos juegos, los
cuales son: atletismo, boxeo, balon-
cesto, beisbol, esgrima, judo, lucha y
levantamiento de pesas.
Al frente de la delegaci6n pana-
mefia ira el Lic. Anibal Illueca S.,
president del Comit6 Olimpico Pa-
namefio. AdemAs, Panama ha solici-
tado la sede de los XI Juegos para

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Charles A. McArthur, Auditor, Ramo de
Auditoria Interna, a Analista de Normas
de Administraci6n.
Lillian Vogel, Oficinista Esten6grafa a Se-
cretaria (Estenografia).
Mabelle B. Walker, Archivera a Jefe de
Arsenio L. Morales, Pasabarcos, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n, a Mensajero.
Jos6 T. Tufi6n, Escritor-Castellano a Es-
Frederick L. Denton, Analista de Normas
de Administraci6n a Subjefe Analista de
Negocios (Tarifas), Jefe del Ramo de
Tarifas y Aniflisis.
Divisi6n de Levantamientos de Datos
Kenneth L. Manthorne, Operario de Equipo
El6ctrico de Contabilidad a Operario de
Sistemas de Computadora Digital.
F6lix C. Jean-Louis, Subjefe Operario de
Equipo Elctrico de Contabilidad a Sub-
jete de Programas de Equipo Elctrico
de Contabilidad.
Luis A. Fong, T6cnico de Contabilidad a
Operario de Sistemas de Computadora
Juan A. Cedefio, Jefe Operario de Equipo
de Contaduria a Operario de Sistemas
de Computadora Digital.
Victor R. Colona, Operario de Equipo de
Contaduria a Operario de Equipo El6c-
trico de Contabilidad.
Harold L. Daniels, Operario de Equipo de
Contaduria a Jefe Operario de Perfora-
Norma M. Jones, Operaria de Perforadora
a Jefe Operaria de Perforadora.
Division de Estudios Sobre el
Canal a Nivel
Dennis A. Gilbert, Proyectista y Calculador
(Calderero y Armador de Buques), Divi-
si6n Industrial, a Capataz Regional.
Juana E. de Mitil, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Division de Escuelas, a Oficinista Este-
Division de Electricidad
Thomas C. Robertson, Delmas A. Swafford,
Primer Capataz (Empalmadura de Ca-
bles y Distribucion de Electricidad), a
Capataz General (Empalmadura de Ca-
bles y Distribuci6n de Electricidad).
Jack B. Love, Capataz Electricista (Guar-
dalineas) a Primer Capataz (Empalma-
dura y Distribuci6n de Electricidad).
Mark T. Tartar, MecAnico Tornero, Divi-
si6n de Ferrocarril, a Ingeniero MecA-
nico de Turno.
Edward Acre, Percival Archer, Frederick
M. Baker, Carmen Batista, Jose F. Ba-
tista, Robert A. Flowers, Augustus Gayle,
Policarpo Hermindcz, Cleveland A. Jor-
dan, Leonard Kelley, William C. Lash-
ley, Rafil Leinch, Reginald A. Muir, Jose
Murillo, Joseph Pitters, John N. Prince,
Luis Sam, Aston S. Smith, Joseph F.
Watson, John W. Williams, Encargado
de Mantenimiento (Sistemas de Distri-
buci6n) a Electricista (Guardalineas).
William R. Carlin, Jr., John A. DuVall,
Joseph A. Orvis, Thomas W. Petersen,
Capataz Electricista (Guardalineas) a
Primer Capataz (Ensambladura y Distri-
buci6n de Electricidad).
Ethelbert Howell, Obrero, Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Comunales, a Encargado de Exis-
Lawrence G. Burton, Principiante (Ayu-
dante Electricista Guardalineas) a Ayu-
dante Electricista (Guardalineas).
David Madriz, Aseador a Obrero (Trabajos
Mario Boyd, Obrero, Divisi6n de Servicios
Comunales, a Obrero (Trabajos Pesados).
Division de Dragas
Albert E. Johnson, Encargado de Mante-
nimiento de Guias para la Navegaci6n a
Encargado de Mantenimiento (Sistemas
de Distribuci6n).
Daniel Ramos, Adalberto Romero, Jos6 0.
Velisquez, Marinero a Capataz Marin-

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Despues de haber ganado el torneo de lanzamiento suave de softball que se celebr6 en el Parque de Softball
de Balboa recientemente, aparecen los integrantes del equipo Ejecutivos de la Contraloria del Canal de Pana-
mi, con el trofeo conquistado. En el torneo participaron siete equipos y los vencedores derrotaron en el partido
decisive al Viot por 9 carreras a 8, sobresaliendo el lanzador Salvador Rivera, con el trofeo en sus manos, quien
gan6 los tres partidos de su equipo. De izquierda a derecha: Claude Tait, Felix Louis, Antonio Herrera,
Hubert Johnson, director del equipo; Rivera, Frank Brown, Reyes Colbourne y Harold Daniels. PanAm patrocin6
el equipo de la Contraloria.

Fidencio Echaverra, Botero a Marinero Guillermo Alvarado, Obrero, Divisi6n de
(Lancha Motora). Mantenimiento, a Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
Enrique Williams, Obrero a Limpiador sados).
(Planta de Equipo Flotante). Dorothy E. Evans, Oficinista-Mecan6grafa
a Oficinista Encargada de Cuentas Co-
Divisi6n de Mantenimiento rrientes.
Juan B. Quintana, Constructor de Muelles George E. Benjamin, Oficinista de Abastos
(Mantenimiento) a Constructor de Mue- a Oficinista Encargado de Cuentas Co-
lies. rrientes.
Sidney I. Brooks, Capataz Trabajador en Violet E. Grant, Oficinista a Oficinista,
Cemento o Asfalto a Pavimentador. Casa de Hu6spedes.
Kendrick M. Johnson, Obrero (Trabajos Gilburth E. Greenidge, Botones a Operario
Pesados) a Lubricador. de Tel6fonos.
Pablo Lasso, Ayudante Mecanico Tornero Elias Watson, Mozo de Oficios (Servicio de
(Mantenimiento) a Cantero. Comidas) a Ayudante General.
Florentino Sanjur, Aseador a Obrero (Man- Concepci6n Buenafio, Planchadora de Ves-
tenimiento de Vias). tidos a Planchadora de Camisas.
DIRECCION DE MARINA Lucille Dixon, Planchadora de Ropa Lisa a
DIRECCION DE MARINA Planchadora de Vestidos.
Division de Navegaci6n Pedro Gilvez, Obrero a Obrero (Trabajos
Evert H. Ohman, Subjefe Sefialero a Pri- Pesados-Cuarto Frio).
mer Capataz de la Rada. Alford B. Daley, Planchador de Ropa Lisa
Fernando Ostrea, Sefialero a Subjefe Sefia- a Trabajador de Lavanderia (Trabajos
lero. Pesados).
Humberto P. Halsall, Pasabarcos a Opera- Samuel A. MeFarlane, Mozo de Oficios a
rio de Lanchas. Dependiente de Estaci6n de Servicio
Walter S. Thompson, Pasabarcos a Mari- (GasoRen era).
nero (Lancha Motora). Rne Jethmal, Aprendiz (Ayudante de Ar-
Mirandes W. Myles, Pasabarcos a Marin- tesano de Lentes para Anteojos) a Ayu-
nero. dante de Artesano de Lentes para Ante-
Daniel Del Cid, Obrero, Divisi6n de Man- ojos.
tenimiento, a Pasabarcos. Mary H. Thompson, Acomodadora de Tea-
Sime6n Bauting, Aseador a Pasabarcos. tro a Jefe de Acomodadores (Teatro de
Division Industrial Ronald E. Tremblay, Acomodador de Tea-
Joseph L. Hickey, Ingeniero General a Sub- tro a Portero (Teatros).
iete Ingeniero Genera]l

Ralph E. Leathers, Inspector de Elevado-
res y Grfias a Primer Capataz Mecanico
Tornero (Mantenimiento).
Floyd W. Baker, Mecanico Tornero (NAu-
tico) a MecAnico Tornero Encargado de
Proyectos (NAutico).
Tom S. Dean, Mecanico Tornero (Nautico)
a Inspector de Elevadores y Grfas.
Victor M. Vique, Obrero a Ayudante Gene-
Division de Esclusas
John F. Paterson, Subjefe Ingeniero Gene-
ral a Subjefe Ingeniero General (Ayu-
dante del Jefe de la Divisi6n de Esclu-
Joseph J. Cicero, Guardia a Jefe de Guar-
Paul W. Bramlctt, Operario de Caseta de
Control a Primer Capataz, Operaciones
de las Esclusas.
William H. Keller, Capataz Operario de
. Esclusas (MecAnico Tornero) a Primer
Capataz (Operaciones de las Esclusas).
Herman Panzer, Operario de Esclusas (Me-
cainico Tornero) a Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Mecinico Tornero).
Talmadge W. Womble, Neil A. Doherty,
Capataz Operario de Esclusas (Electri-
cista) a Operario de Caseta de Control.
Lewis F. Branden, Rufus L. Carey, Opera-
rio de Esclusas (Electricista) a Capataz
Operario de Esclusas (Electricista).
Alberto Bristin, Dionisio De Le6n, Earl
Jordan, Pasacables a Botero.
Jonas P. Archibold, Avudante Operario de
Esclusas a Encargado de Mantenimiento
(Cables de Soga y Alambre).
Hospital de Coco Solo
Oscar H. Osavio, Encargado de Mostrador,
Division de Abastos, a Mozo de Oficios
Pesados (Servicio de Comidas).
Hospital Gorgas
Pablo E. P6rez, Auxiliar de Laboratorio a
T6cnico M6dico (General).
Edwin W. BeIgrave, Mensajero a Ayudante
de Funeraria.
Benjamin Castillo, Mozo de Oficios (Hos-
pital) a Auxiliar en el Servicio de Sala.
Idolly D. Archer, Ope-aria de Perforadora,
Division de Levantamiento de Datos. a
Oficinista-Mecan6grafa (Aprendiz de Es-
Hospital de Corozal
Lloyd G. Wilson, Urnston 0. Lewis, Ayu-
dante Terapeuta Vocacional a Auxiliar
de Enfermeria (Psiquiatria).
James T. Brathwaite, Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria a Auxiliar de Enfermeria (Psiquia-
Division de Sanidad
Florencio Delvalle, Exterminador a Capa-
taz Exterminador.
Pascual Orozco, Operario de Equipo Pe-
quefio de Mantenimiento de Predios, Di-
visi6n de Servicios Comunales, a Obrero
(Erradicaci6n de Plagas).
Division de Policia
Robert B. Mills, Detective a Sargento de
Division de Escuelas
Gloria L. de Martinez, Maestra (Escuelas
Intermedias Latinoamericanas) a Encar-
gada de la Secci6n de Espafiol (Escuelas
Division de Bomberos
Roger E. Hamor, Sargento de Bomberos a
Teniente de Bomberos.
John R. Lewis, Bombero (Conductor de
Vehiculos) a Inspector, Protecci6n contra
Division de Servicios Comunales
Carlos A. Cave, Aseador a Obrero.
Division de Abastos
Arthur W. Smith, Ayudante, Abastos Ge-
nerales, a Especialista de Abastos Gene-
William J. Green, Reparador de Equipo
Automotor a Almacenero (Cuarto Frio).

El Vicegobernador ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

Hiram Overall, Sargento de Policia,
Division de Policia, sector Paci-
fico; 23 afios, 10 meses, 6 dias.
Anthony Malagutti, Policia Raso, Di-
visi6n de Policia, sector Pacifico;
23 afios, 9 dias.
Srta. Mildred A. McMahon, Maestra
de Escuela Intermedia, Escuelas
Estadounidenses, sector Pacifico;
26 afios, 4 meses, 29 dias.
Roy L. Rinehart, Capataz General
Aparejador, Divisi6n Industrial,
sector Atlantico; 23 afios, 11 meses,
19 dias.
Naurang Singh, Estibador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector AtlAntico;
36 afios, 3 meses, 26 dias.
Fred L. Stewart, Capataz, Divisi6n
de Electricidad, sector Pacifico;
23 afios, 7 meses, 19 dias.
CapitAn William E. Thompson,
PrActico del Canal, Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n, sector Pacifico; 27

Division de Transporte a Motor
Philip A. Dunmoodie, Daniel G6mez, Con-
ductor de Cami6n a Conductor de Auto-
bfis Escolar.
Edwin Taylor, -Conductor de Cami6n a
Conductor de Cami6n Pesado.
Robert A. Christie, Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n, a Ayudante Electricista.
Alejandro L. Brown, Ayudante Mecinico
Automotor (Carroceria y Guardafangos)
a Conductor de Cami6n.
Division de Terminales
Fabio E. Navarro, Aforador de Combusti-
bles Liquidos a Capataz Ayudante de
Despacho de Combustibles Liquidos
Valentine De Sousa, Harold Hall, Neville
Thompson, Marcador de Carga a Verifi-
cador de Carga.
F6lix Nieto, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados) a
Ayudante de Despacho de Combustibles
Liquidos (Muelles).
Wilfred P. Leslie, Ayudante Electricista a
Rodrigo Duffis, Ayudante de Despacho de
Combustibles Liquidos (Muelles) a Des-
pachador Subalterno de Combustibles
Liquidos (Muelles).
C6sar P. Prados, Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n, a Guardia.
Otilio Delgado, Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n, a Estibador.
Lester L. Ferraro, Oficinista, Divisi6n de
Aduanas, a Oficinista, Secci6n de N6mi-
Clayton J. Auble, Encargado del Movi-
miento de Mercancias (Zapateria), Divi-
si6n de Abastos.
Jesfs N. Barahona, Operario de Equipo de
Contaduria, Contraloria.
Francis A. Brown, Inspector de Represi6n
de Contrabando, Divisi6n de Aduanas.
Dorothy C. Bushell, Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria (Psiquiatria), Hospital de Corozal.
Herbert H. Carlson, Ayudante Controlador
de Trafico Maritimo, Divisi6n de Nave-
Gladys A. Conley, Encargada del Movi-
miento de Mercancias, Divisi6n de
John P. Corrigan III, Encargado del Movi-
miento de Mercancias (Articulos para el
Hogar), Divisi6n de Abastos.
Arthur L. Dale, Subjefe Encargado de
Cuentas Corrientes, Divisi6n de Abastos.
James B. Denman, Abogado (General), Ofi-
cina de Asesoramiento Juridico.
Dolores M. Denman, Abogado (General),
Oficina de Asesoramiento Juridico.
Raimundo Dixon, Jefe Operario de Equipo
de Contaduria, Contraloria.
Ivy M. Gillespe, Oficinista, Secci6n de
Gladstone B. Gordon, Archivero (Mecano-
grafla), Divisi6n de Ingenieria.
June L. Greaves, Oficinista-Mecan6grafa,
Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Alberto J. Howell, Auxiliar M6dico, Hospi-
tal de Coco Solo.
Shirley M. Hyman, Oficinista de Sala de
Hospital, Hospital de Corozal.
Horace F. Jenner, Encargado del Movi-
miento de Mercancia (Articulos para el
Hogar). Divisi6n de Abastos.
Herbert Johnson, Oficinista, Secci6n de
N6minas, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Luther F. Jones, Primer Maquinista, Re-
molcador, Divisi6n de Dragas.
Leo J. Krziza, Analista de Presupuesto y
Contabilidad, Divisi6n de Estudios Sobre
el Canal a Nivel.
Astor N. Lewis, Oficinista de Abastos, Divi-
si6n de Abastos.
Wilfred R. Morris. Encargado del Movi-
miento de Mercancias (Alimentos Con-
gelados) Divisi6n de Abastos.
James L. Snyder, Encargado del Movi-
miento de Mercancias (Mercancia Seca),
Division de Abastos.
R. Lee Suescum, Ayudante Bibliotecaria,
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal.
Florence W. Vaughan, Oficinista, Divisi6n
de Abastos.
Adolfo Zapata, Gerente de Departamento
de Almac6n (General), Divisi6n de Abas-

"Crieme, si yo fuera quien
trabajara me fijaria donde
pongo mis pies."

Paigina 4



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