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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: November 4, 1966
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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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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Volume ID: VID00587
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL





Spillway


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Vol. V, No. 20 More Than ,50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, November 4, 1966


Balloting Nov. 8, 9


For Civic
Pacific side residents will cast
ballots to elect their U.S. Civic Coun-
cil members Tuesday, November 8,
and voters on the Atlantic side will go
to the polls a day later.
The polls will remain open on both
,ides of the Isthmus from 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. High school students of
American Government will man the
polling places with a two-fold pur-
pose: to devote their time to a public
service function; and to learn from
first hand experience the intricacies of
elections.
Pacific side candidates are: Norman
Altenburg, Dr. Leslie Archer, and
Mrs. Rose Casey for Ancon and
Balboa Heights; Mrs. Darleen Ashby,
Doug Schmnitz, and Leo Krziza, Los
Rios and Corozal; Frank Bright,
Dorothy Hannigan, and George Rous-
seau, Balboa; and Dr. Charles H.
Lines, Fred Hill, Chick Daniels, and
John C. Knick, Diablo.
Polling places on the Pacific side
will be at the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights, Payroll Building
in Ancon, grocery and housewares
sections of the Balboa Retail Store,
the Post Office in Balboa, the Service
Center in Diablo Heights, and the
Gamboa Post Office.
Candidates for the Atlantic side
are: Mrs. Beverly Baker, Floyd


A 160-member globetrotting cast
from "Sing-Out '66," an explosive
youth program with music as its
vehicle, comes to the Canal Zone this
week for a number of performances.
With a theme of "Up With People,"
this cast of high school and college
students will give 2-hour musical

For more on Sing-Out '66,
see Page 4.
shows and will perform at school
assemblies in the Canal Zone and
other parts of the Istlhmus.
Scores of Sing-Out groups have
been formed but this is one of the
three larger ones that have appeared
on television and on stage in many
sections of the United States and other
nations.
The Sing-Out idea began at
Mackinac Island, Mich., in the sum-
mer of 1965 when 5,000 young people
attended a Moral Re-Armament Con-
ference for Modernizing America.
They felt that a disciplined, straight,
dynamic, enthusiastic force of young
revolutionary Americans was needed.
They decided to begin to speak and
to sing-out for their generation with
a new, positive voice to tackle the
crucial issues of the nation. Violence,
family break-up and delinquency are
but a few of the issues they are
concerned with.
Their show represents a demonstra-
tion of what they have decided and
they sing such songs as "Don't Stand
Still," "Which Way America?," and
"Up With People."
The group will arrive on the Isth-
mus Saturday. They will be welcomed
by Canal Zone officials at a special
ceremony. The following day, they
will attend religious services and later
give a performance at Fort Culick.
Monday, the visitors will appear at
an assembly at Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School and will be on TV sta-
tions in the evening. They will have
a busy (lay Tuesday when their sched-


Councils
Baker, Arthur Bernstein, Mrs. Rosalyn
Bernstein, James T. Bird, Mrs. Fran-
ces Brown, William M. Brown, Mrs.
LaJuana Cox, Richard E. Cunning-
ham, Mrs. Julia Daniel, Mrs. Diane
Gough, John R. Gough II, Earnice
Hodges, Robert Holland, James
Jones, Mrs. Gloria Loizeaux, Carl
Maedl, Mrs. Caroline Price, Mrs.
Josephine Ridge, Patrick J. Ridge,
Mrs. Dorothy Sclstad, Kenneth A.
Willis, Sr., and Mrs. Zelly Wyman,
all for Coco Solo;
Candidates for the Cristobal-Mar-
garita-Brazos Heights Civic Council
are: Doris Sanders, Joseph Hickey,
Capt. Walter Reinheimer, Majel Rein-
heimer, Dr. Frank Riefkohl, Capt.
Frederick Hoppe, Miranda Hoppe,
Robert MacFarland, Eugene Sadler,
and Marjorie Meyer.
Gatun Civic Council candidates
are: William B. Rawls, Edward J.
Ambach, John Toth, Perce Kurzdor-
fer, Pat Kurzdorfer, Gayle Fortner,
Ed Hepner, Dorothy Hepner, Joe0
Schack, Aida Wheaton, Bobbiea
Spilling, Mary Cofley, and Merrill
Webster.
Atlantic side polling places will be
at Margarita Service Center, Coco
Solo Retail Store, and Gatun Post
Office. Voters may cast ballots at any
of the polling places on their side of
the Isthmus.


I U I V v I0
ule calls for three assembly appear-
ances at Balboa High School and a
2-hour performance starting at 8 p.m.
in the PAD (Pacific Area Depot)
Hangar at Albrook AFB.
Three more assemblies, this time at
Curundu Junior High School, and
another 8 p.m. show at the PAD
Hangar are planned for Wednesday.
They will appear at a Paraiso School
assembly Thursday and be taken on
a partial transit of the Canal.
Friday they'll participate in the
Veterans Day parade and probably
will perform in Colon that night.
Their last performance will be at
Colegio Javier in Panama City
Saturday night.
Meet the Sing-Out '66 group!
Lueho Azcarraga and his Conjunto
also will be on hand at the airport to
welcome the Sing-Out '66 guests-and
their selections will include, as a sur-
prise for the visitors, some of their
own Sing-Out numbers.


UF Palm Bowl

Game Nov. 18
The traditional United Fund-spon-
sored Palm Bowl Football Game will
be played Friday, November 18, at
Balboa Stadium. All tickets are $1
each, with all proceeds donated to the
United Fund.
The chairman of the Palm Bowl
Committee this year, Larry Horine,


Collection of telephone and qther
bills related to Canal Zone quarters
will be changed from a monthly to a
biweekly basis, according to a new
uniform procedure announced at the
regular monthly U.S. Civic Council
Executive Session.
Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt, who pre-
sided at the session, announced that
the new procedure will tic payroll
deduction more closely to pay periods.
Proposed by the Comptroller, the
change will go into effect January 1.
Colonel Parfitt and F. R. Johnson,
assistant chief, Executive Planning
Stall, emphasized there will not be
any additional charges or hidden in-
creases. Actually, they said, it will
cost the Canal organization about
$2,500 a year more and will in some
cases be of slight financial advantage


Set a uniform policy for collection stood that ambulances were being
of rentals covering periods of less sent out without doctors, a practice
than 2 weeks in cases when a person corrected once before, he told the
first occupies quarters, gets a tele- group. lie recommended that emer-
phone. releases furniture, transfers agency rooms lbe rim. ,I around the
to other quarters or vacates quarters clock so doctors are not pulled off
and similar circumstances; other jobs to care for emergencies.
Eliminate the option for suspension In other business:
of telephone service (and rental -Mrs. Darlene Ashby, vice pres-
charge) during leave periods. ident of the Pacific Civic Council,
The lieutenant governor announced asked that animal owners, especially
that beginning December 1, rates for those with horses, be allowed to have
veterinary services will be increased the Canal Zone veterinarians' services
approximately 25 percent in order to in case of emergencies;
meet current expenses. -Captain Buehler stated that tele-
Permission to discontinue the phone repairs are very slow and sug-
shopper bus for Gatun and Margarita gested that repairmen be available in
residents was granted as of October 21 the evenings and weekends so
because of lack of support. Col. F. R. Canal Zone residents will not be with-
Parfitt announced. out telephone service for extended
Capt. Howard Buehler, president of periods;


to employees, the Pacific Civic Council, said he had
The four broad changes would: received reports of long delays at
Convert the present monthly rates Corgas Hospital, particularly for
for telephone, electric range, furni- patients requiring treatment for im-
ture and separate garage to a biweekly mediate relief of pain and discomfort.
basis; Also, Captain Buehler said, he under-
Combine the rentals of telephones|


-Captain Buehler asked what is
being done about the review of Miami
Herald subscriptions rates that was
promised to subscribers when the
newspaper first began home deliveries
in the Canal Zone.


and ranges supplied to an individual]
with his rental so there will be a single Apprentice Blood Program
payroll deduction; rHelping Disability Cases


11 from RP School

On Jobs Here for

Work Experience


The old man, dozing in his hos-
pital bed, opened his eyes and smiled
when the nurse came in. Then he
frowned in puzzlement, for the young
man with the nurse was someone he
was sure he'd never seen before.


Eleven young ladies, seniors in a "You two should know one
Panama City commercial high school, another," the nurse said cheerfully,
are working full-time this month in leading the youth up to the bed. "Jose'
nine Panama Canal offices to gain here (indicating the youth) gave the
actual work experience as part of their blood that saved your life."
final school year. They receive school The scene may be repeated many
credit, but are not paid-although in times during the year, in Canal Zone
all other respects they act as regular hospitals and in Panama-wherever
employees, care is provided for the 2,076 non-
They are the top selections from U.S. former employees of the Panama
among the bilingual students at the Canal organization and the U.S.


announced that Charles McArthur is Instituto Justo Arosemena, one (of
in charge of tickets. Panama's leading private secondary
Palm Bowl tickets may be pur- schools, located near Paitilla Airport
chased at these locations: in the capital city's outskirts.
Administration Building, Infonna- This is the second year a group of
tion desk; Civil Aflairs Building, Phys- students from the school has come to
ical Education Office, Room 102; the Zone to gain experience in an
Cristobal High School; Balboa High English-language work situation. Last
School: Canal Zone College. November seven girls initiated the
A big half-tinme show is being plan- program. which turned out to he so
ned by Sam Maphis. SCN-TV will successful that it has been made an
televise the game and show. annual affair.


Armed Forces in the Canal Zone, who
do not come under the protection of
the Panama Canal blood bank.
Responsibility for supporting the'
blood bank for the Canals disability
relief cases has, for the past 4 years,
been assumed by Panamanian ap-
prentices enrolled in the Panama i
Canal Apprentice School iin Ancon.
The programn was initiated by Mrs.
Nellie Ibarra, ai public health mnurs
in the Canal's Employee Services


Branch. Personnel Bureau, and Wil-
fred E. Barrow, president of the Rain-
bow City Civic Council. Panamanian
apprentice Wilfred Smith of the Pan-
ama Canal Apprentice School was
the first of the apprentices to volun-
teer as a blood donor.
Many calls for blood for Panama
Canal disability relief recipients come
from Santo Tomais Hospital in Pan-
ama City and the Canal Zone hos-
pitals. The men and women on dis-
ability are old, for the most part.
And their friends, who might have
been blood donors, are old. The
average age for the disability relief
recipients is 75. The oldest is 98, and
the youngest is .10.
Since 19(:3, 98 percent of the
Panamanian apprentices of the Canal
organization and the U.S. Armed
Forces at thel Panama Canal Appren-
tice School have volunteered for the
blood lhank program for the dis-
ability relief cases. In contrast, in
1960 only one P'anamanian appren-
tie volunteered in answer to a call
for blood donors.
k Continued on p. 2)


U.S. Ambassador to Panama Charles W. Adair, Jr. (center), and Duncan Laird (second from right), a civilian
employee of the Air Force, were the first parents to acept the invitation to visit the schools during National
Education Week. They were greeted at the steps of Balboa High School by Principal Clyde Willman. Looking
on are Carol Adair (second from left), president of the Future Teachers of America Club of Balboa High School
and daughter of Ambassador and Mrs. Adair; and Sandra Laird, chairman of the committee to decorate retail
store windows for National Education Week, and daughter of the Duncan Lairds. Parents and friends of students
in the Canal Zone schools are invited to visit their children' schools November 6-10.



Quarters Billing Changes Slated


-DYNAMIC NEW VOICE

Sing-Out '66 Group

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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


November 4, 1966


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The last of the original Panama Canal towing locomotives that will be cut down for scrap being taken apart at
the Scrap and Salvage Unit at Section I. Left to right are: James Doran, Excess Disposal Manager; flame cutter
Oswald Duggan; Emilio Gusman, scrap materials sorter; John McConaghy, foreman, Scrap and Salvage Unit;
and Louis Babbs, scrap materials sorter.


Last of Original Mules


In Executioners


Hands


Workmen have begun disassem-I McConaghy, foreman of the Scrap
bling the last original Panama Canal and Salvage Unit at Section I, where
towing locomotives that will be the work is being done, said the dis-
chewed apart and turned into scrap. seating job would take 4 or 5 days
This will be the 68th mule to end if rain did not cause a delay. This
up on the scrap heap since they were period would include sorting and
gradually replaced by new Japanese placing the pieces into bins.
manufactured models in 1964. The The first part to be removed from
originals, produced by General Elec- the mule is the door; next a crane lifts
trick and weighing almost 50 tons, date away the cab with all its connections;
back to the opening of the Canal in then the winch comes off after con-
1914 when they first were put to necting bolts are removed. The
work. oxygen and propane torch wielded by
One of the old timers was placed Duggan cuts the large sections into
on display in August 1964 at the small, easier to handle pieces which
National Museum of Transport in are classified into various types of
St. Louis, Mo. Another was turned metal. Also, they are graded accord-
into a souvenir of history in June 1965 ing to internationally recognized
when it went to Niskayana, N.Y., to standards.
the American Museum of Electricity. James Doran, Excess Disposal
Other antique mules may be seen Manager, pointed out that occasion-
at the Balboa Railroad Station, and ally parts are sold in their entirety
Gatun and Miraflores locks, instead of being cut up. For example,
Flame cutter Oswald Duggan, who a Puerto Rican firm recently pur-
went to work on the last one, has chased the gears of one old mule to
helped to cut up all the previous use them for crushing sugarcane.
mules except one that was ordered
processed while he was on leave. John


Apprentice Blood Bank

(Continued from p. 1)

This disability relief blood bank
program is the second blood bank
program in the Canal Zone. The
other is the official Panama Canal
blood bank which protects all Pan-
ama Canal employees and their
dependents.
Panamanian apprentices of the
Canal organization who sign up for
the disability relief blood bank pro-
gram directed by Mrs. Ibarra are
supported indirectly by the U.S.-
citizen apprentices.
When blood is required for a dis-
ability relief case, Panamanian ap-
prentices with the required blood
type are taken to the patient's hospital,
which may be Santo Tomns in Pan-
ama City, Gorgas Hospital in Ancon,
or Coco Solo Hospital on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus. More than 100
pints of blood were donated recently,
with 21 pints given in 2 days: 11 pints
at Gorgas Hospital and 10 pints at
Santo Tomtis Hospital in Panama.
The Panama Canal Apprentice
School now has 194 apprentices en-
rolled. Of these, 115 are Panama-
nian citizens and 79 are U.S. citizens.
Since the introduction of the Pan-
ama Canal Learner-Helper Program
last year, 99 percent of the young
Panamanian men in this program
have joined the Panamanian appren-
tices in support of this blood bank for
the aid of citizens on disability relief.


Word Picture

Of Canal Brings

Note of Thanks
The graphic description of the
Panama Canal was a revelation to
L. E. Sharp, a passenger aboard the
Northern Star when she transited the
Canal in September on a world cruise,
according to a letter of appreciation
he sent.
Sharp, from Kent, England, was
referring to the commentary aboard
the Northern Star by Canal Zone
Guide Fred Berest, whose descriptive
and informative talk on the operation
and history of the Panama Cana
created a vivid image for him.
Surely he was the most grateful of
the 1,400 passengers on the Northern
Star for the commentary.
Sharp said he is blind.


According to latest information the
world sugar production amounted to
64 million tons in 1964-65. Prospects
for the 1965-66 season are less
favorable, owing to weather condi-
tions, especially in South Africa and
Australia and to restrictions of cultiva-
tion (e.g. in the United States).

'M Ar 0


At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
November 5, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:40 p.m.-The
Russians Are Coming, The Russians
Are Coming
Mon., 7:30 p.m.-You Must Be Joking
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-What's New
Pussycat?
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-North West Mounted
Police
Fri., 2:30, 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-The Glenn
Miller Story
DIABLO HEIGHTS*
Sat.-Foreign Intrigue
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Wizard Of
Bagdad
Sun.-Mon.-Our Man Flint
Tues.-Beachhead
Wed. -Ensign Pulver
Thurs.-Sign Of The Cross
Fri.-Mara Of The Wilderness
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Just For
Fun
GAMBOA0
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Billie
Sun.-The Collector
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Ensign Pulver
Wed.-Our Man Flint
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Sign Of The Cross
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
The Moving Target
Mon.-Strangers On A Train
Tues.-Surf Party
Wed.-You Must Be Joking
Thurs.-A Stitch In Time
Fri.-The Russians Are Coming, The
Russians Are Coming
MARGARITA*
Sat.-Harum Scarum
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon.-Frankie
And Johnny
Tues.-Boeing, Boeing
Wed.-King Bat
Thurs.-A High Wind In Jamaica
Fri.-Billie
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Cult Of
The Cobra
GATUN *
Sat.-The Little Shepherd Of Kingdom
Come
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 p.m.-Fluffy
Sun.-The Agony And The Ecstasy
Mon.-NO SHOW


Tues.-King Rat
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Boeing. Boeing
Fri.-Foreign Intrigue


Special Matinees
-All Films AYC-
Saturday, November 5, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea-Walter
Pidgeon, Joan Fontaine: Science-fiction
adventure from outer space to 7 miles
below sea. (Scope and color.)
T-110 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
The Great Sioux Uprising-Jeff Chandler,
Faith Domergue: One of history's best
known Indian stories. (Spanish titles.)
(Color.) T-86 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Snow White And The 3 Stooges-Carol
Heiss, The 3 Stooges: The wonderful
story of Snow White with a new look.
(Repeat run.) (Scope and color.)
T--115 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Journey To The Center Of The Earth-Pat
Boone, James Mason: A picture that's
out of this world . romance in the
lost city of Atlantis. (Repeat run.) (Scope
and color.) T-140 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Red Sundown-Rory Calhoun, Martha
Hyer: Fast-moving and exciting Western
revolving around a gunfighter who turns
to the side of law and order. (Spanish
titles.) (Color.) T-92 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Two Little Bears-Eddie Albert, Jane
Wyatt: A comic fantasy about two little
boys changing into cute little bears.
(Scope.) T-90 mins.
oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.


November 17 to make his home in

Holiday Closings California.
Mohl is well known in the Canal
Slated for Stores Zone, having been associated with
sports and fraternal activities as far
All stores will be closed on the back as 1940, especially in the field
holidays November 11 and Novem- of child health education. He is the
her 24. There will. be no other only one still on the Canal Zone of
changes in store hours because of four men who founded the present
these holidays except: Retail Store Pacific Little League in 1950 and
Camboa supermarket will open and was a stalwart supporter of the group
work its regular store hours Wednes- in starting the Fastlich Teen Age
day, November 23, when it would be League. He is still active today as
normally closed, vice president and umnpire-in-chief of
The Superettes at Diablo Heights the Pacific Little League.
Service Center and Margarita Service IHe was a member of the Benevo-
Center and the Convenience Section lent Order of Elks, Lodge 1414 and
at Gatun Service Center will be open then joined the Knights of Columbus
on the holidays for their regular hours. in 1944. Since then he has occupied
the offices of Recording Secretary,
Chancelor and, in 1959, Grand Knight
Order Jogs Memory of Council 1371. In the higher degree
Of Transit Years Ago of the Order he served as Faithful
Pilot, Faithful Comptroller, Faithful
An order for leather belting placed Navigator, and Faithful Admiral.
by the Balboa Storehouse Branch to Mohl is also known widely through
the Belting Industries Co. of Irving- his activities as a fire officer in the
ton, N.J., brought a pang of nostalgia Canal Zone Fire Division.


to Archer B. Laurence who acknowl-
edged the order.
Laurence, who did not state his
position in the Belting Industries Co.,
added a little note to the reply mes-
sage sent to the Panama Canal Store-
house Branch. He said in his note
that he transited the Canal on a
freighter as "an ordinary seaman-
very green" about 35 years ago. He
also recalled that at that time he
ate his first mangoes, which were
"delicious."


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


College Club


To Meet Monday

The Book Review Group will pre-
sent excerpts from the William Gibson
play "Two For The Seesaw," read by
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Young, at the
November general meeting of the
Canal Zone College Club in the
Roosevelt Room of the Tivoli Guest
House at 3:30 p.m., Monday. Gibson
is the author of the recent Broadway
hit "The Miracle Worker."
Young, director of the Panamanian-
North American Association in Pan-
ama City, has had a varied career in
the theatre, both on-stage and back-
stage. He has a master's degree in
drana from Yale University with a
major in playwriting and took grad-
uate work in theatre at Stanford Uni-
versity. He has had extensive acting
and directing experience.
Rebecca Young has had a number
of years experience in the theatre,
mainly on-stage. She received her
training at the University of Texas,
Stanford University and the Dramatic
Workshop in New York. She appeared
in sumiiner stock both in California
and on the east coast and has appeared
in several films.


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Plu bing's No

Do-It-Yourself ,

Job-Safely
One small germ allowed to enter -
the potable water main could contam-
inate the drinking water and make
an entire community ill. For this
reason installation of equipment or '
machines must be approved by the .
Housing Office, which will arrange -
for plumbing permit and inspection. '-
Canal Zone residents are reminded
that all equipment requiring water or
waste connections must be installed
by a master plumber licensed in the
Canal Zone and only qualified
plumbers may touch potable water-
lines. Cost of any correction to faulty
or incorrect connection the plumbing Fred Mohl
inspector may find after a do-it-your-
self plumbing installation will be Mohl Appointed
charged to the house occupant.
Because potable water and waste As 4th Degree
water are in close proximity in
plumbing fixtures, such as water K. of C. Master
closets, lavatories, and bathtubs, there
is always danger of a cross-connection Word has (been received on the
which would allow contaminated Canal Zone from the Supreme Coun-
water to enter the potable water pipes. cil of the Knights of Columbus in
Incorrect or faulty installation of New Haven, Conn., of the appoint-
electric refrigerators with built-in ice meant of Fred Mohl as Master of the
cube makers, dishwashers, electric 4th Degree of the Knights of Colum-
drinking fountains and coolers, gar- bus for the District of Panama for
bage disposal units, swimming pools, the term September 1, 1966, to
and garden hose bibs could be a August 31, 1968. This is the highest
serious health hazard. local office.
Danger of contamination also exists Mohl was named to replace Daniel
in the use of second hand piping in Zitzmann, Master for the past 17
water installations by unqualified per- years, who is retiring from service as
sons. Badly designed equipment, an Operating Accountant of the Ac-
causing back siphonage in water counting Division of the Panama
supply pipes, also is a health hazard. Canal. He is leaving the Isthmus


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November 4, 1966


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


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Howard A. Durni, right, first assistant purser on the SS "Cristobal," was
presented a letter of commendation signed by Canal Zone Gov. Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., and a check in recognition of outstanding service in September
when his knowledge and experience in caring for an ill shipmate was instru-
mental in saving a crew member's life. The presentation, on behalf of
Governor Fleming, was made by Axton T. Jones, left, Director of the Trans-
portation and Terminals Bureau, in the lounge of the SS "Cristobal" with
officers and crew members present. Durni cared for a crew member who
suffered massive gastro-intestinal bleeding while the vessel was en route
from New Orleans to Cristobal. "Your untiring devotion to duty and skillful
application of your knowledge and experience in the caring for the patient
over a period of some 36 hours, during which time you seldom left his
bedside, was instrumental in saving the life of your shipmate," said the cita-
tion. "Your actions were in keeping with the highest traditions of the maritime
service of the United States."



Jair Share Club .ilemberi
These employees have pledged a Fair Share contribution in the 1967
combined Federal Campaign.


Dignitaries


Of O.E.S.


Due Sunday

The SS Constitution is due in Cris-
tobal Sunday with a group of tourists,
among whom will be Mrs. Iley B.
Browning, Most Worthy Grand
* Matron, and Walter L. Fowler, Most
Worthy Grand Patron, of the Order
of the Eastern Star.
Though they will be here for only
1 day, they plan to meet with mem-
bers of the Canal Zone Chapters at
the Masonic Temple in Cristobal.
Mrs. Browning heads an organiza-
tion of more than 3 million members
located in the United States and 20
other countries. She was elected to
her present position at the meeting
of the Triennial Assembly of the
Order in Dallas, Tex., November
1964.
Before her term of office is ended
in November 1967, she will have
visited every chapter under her juris-
diction in many parts of the world
and as she puts it, "it is a strenuous
but very interesting job." She travels
about 8 months of the year, and only
recently has returned from a 5-week
tour of Europe.
In addition to her Order of the
Eastern Star duties, she is chairman
of her own bank, "The Bank Jose-
phine" in Prestonsburg, Ky. The bank
was organized by her father and
named for her mother, the only bank
in the world named for a woman.
Plane are being formulated to have
the distinguished visitors see some of
the interesting points of the Canal
Zone.


MARINE BUREAU GORGAS HOSPITAL Retirement Party
Capt. S. S. Irvin, Jr., Capt. F. D. Jeanne Walker, Elvina Lansiquot, Frank
Saunders. Smith, Gloria Boyd, Teresa Owen, Delia The Panama Canal Dredging Divi-
Miller, Lillian G6mez, A. M. McCormnnack, anam nal dredging ivi-
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY Alexander Peters, Denis Oro, Ediberto C. sion will sponsor a retirement party
SERVICE BUREAU Monlovis, Armenia Ucros, Gerald Davis,
Marketing Branch Camilo Guerra, Clyde Bailey, John Miller, for Capt. George Phillips, Dredging
George Farketing Branmaccia, Jos inston Vaughn, Antonio Pitti, F6lix Division tugboat captain, and Mrs.
Robertson, Evangelio SAnchez, Claudius Rodolfo Frank, Ralph Dalmage, Samuel Phillips, Saturday at the Gamboa Golf
Morgan, Apolinario Vellos, Leonardo Moore, Antonio St. Fray, Teodoro Arias.
L6pez, Calvin Tucknall, Leovigildo Ortiz, Clifford Dottin, Howard Thompson, Juan and Country Club. Captain Phillips
Prince A. Bowen, Jr., Alphonso Phillips, Fagette, Maurice Winstead, Adolphus is retiring from Panama Canal
Sergia Tufi6n, Sylvia Campbell, Ruth Phillips, August Howard, Michael Sinelau,
Crouch, Agnes Harewood, Gladys Ramage; Leonel Vasquez, Clarence Pitter, Alexander service after 22 years with the Canal
Lena Rhoden, Pablo L6pez, Ellen L. Hegedus, Daisy Cooke, Ernesto Thomas, i
Barton, Carrie Turner, Absal6n Torres. Dorothy Bryan. organization.


PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS


OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Raquel E. Tart6, from Clerk to Clerk-
Translator.
OFFICE OF THE GENERAL
COUNSEL
Margaret M. Martin, from S secretary
(Stenography), Railroad Division, to
Clerk-Stenographer.
PANAMA CANAL INFORMATION
OFFICE
Annie R. Rathgeber, from Administrative
Assistant to Administrative Services
Assistant.
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
Rosanne Fulop, Clerk-Stenographer, from
Accounting Division to General Audit
Division.
Accounting Division
Estella A. Haynes. from Supply Clerk,
Supply Division, to Accounting Clerk.
Donald E. Walker, from Accountant to
Operating Accountant.
General Canal Expense
John H. Perantie, from Distribution and
Window Clerk (Substitute), Postal Divi-
sion, to Cargo Classifier.
Budget and Rates Division
Beatrice C. French, Clerk-Typist, from
Accounting Division.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DIVISION
Printing Plant
Bertram L. McLean, from Lithographic
Pressman to Leader Cylinder Pressman.
Cirilo Alexander, from Bindery and Finish
Worker to Leader Bindery and Finish
Worker.
PERSONNEL BUREAU
Industrial Training Branch
Austin J. Byrd III, from Doorman (Thea-
ters), Supply and Community Service
Bureau, to Apprentice (Power Plant
Operator).
Marcus A. Grannum, Jr., from Helper
Electrician (Power Plant), Engineering
and Construction Bureau, to Apprentice
(Electrician).
MARINE BUREAU
Locks Division
Alfredo Coco, from Maintenanceman (Rope
and Wire Cable) to Lead Foreman
(Operations-Lock Wall.
William B. Dixon, from Helper Lock Oper-
ator to Toolroom Attendant.
Robert Kennedy, from Carpenter (Mainte-
nance to Clerk.
Thomas J. LeValley, from Electrician to
Lock Operator (Electrician).
Robert A. Rankin, Timothy N. Lasher,
Robert B. May, from Apprentice (Ma-
chinist) to Machinist.
Alfred J. Graham, from Apprentice (Elec-
trician) to Electrician.
Edward S. Reynolds, Jr., from Lock Oper-
ator (Machinist) to Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Machinist).


Wilbur D. Mulhollen, from Electrician to William J. Karns, from Machinist (Main-
Lock Operator (Electrician). tenance) to Lead Foreman Machinist
Maximino Herrera, from Boatman (Locks) (Maintenance).
to Lead Foreman (Operations-Lock Desmond Williams, from Preservation Me-
Wall). chanic to Leader Toolroom Attendant.
Abelardo Magall6n, from Oiler to Lead Edward V. Robinson, from Helper Ship-
Foreman (Operations-Lock Wall). wright to Shipwright (Maintenance).
Frederick Blychanton, from Utility Worker, Vincent G. Hyman, from Office Machine
Supply Division, to Linehandler. Operator, Office of the Comptroller, to
Evaristo R. Manuel, Boatman (Locks) to Learner (Helper-General).
Lead Foreman (Operations-Lock Wall).
Florentino Pedroza, from Helper Lock TRANSPORTATION AND TERMINALS
Operator to Oiler. BUREAU
Mauricio Salazar, from Linehandler to Office of the Director
Boatman (Locks).
Fermin F. Hormechea, from Boatman Fredrick J. Wainio, from Administrative
(Locks) to Lead Foreman (Operations- Services Officer, Terminals Division, to
Lock Wall). Transportation Operations Specialist,
Juan E. Mashburn, from Linehandler to Office of the Director.
Messenger (Motor Vehicle Operator). Terminals Division
Valentino L. Archbold, from Linehandler Jack M. Ruof, from Transportation Oper-
to Boatman (Locks). Jack M. Ruof, from Transortaion Oper-
Leonardo A. Illueca, from Helper Machin- nations Specialist, Office of the Director,
ist (Maintenance), Electrical Division, to to Terminals Operations Officer (Assist-
Painter (Maintenance). ant Superintendent, Terminals Division).
Donald C. Parker, from Lead Foreman
Navigation Division (Fuel Operations) to General Foreman
(Fuel Operations).
Beverley Ricker, Master, Towboat, from Walter L. Ilund, from Liquid Fuels Dis-
Dredging Division. patcher to Lead Foreman (Fuel Opera-
Santos Cano, Levi A. Lewis, from Line- tion).
handler (Deckhand) to Leader Line- Alfred G. Williams, from Oiler, Engineer-
handler (Deckhand Boatswain). ing and Construction Bureau, to Steve-
Jos6 Cea, from Maintenanceman to Leader dore.
Maintenanceman. James T. Bird, from Administrative Officer
Hugh L. Parris, from Linehandler (Deck- (Water Transportation) to General Fore-
hand to Leader Linehandler (Deckhand iman (Ship Stevedoring).
Boatswain). Isacio V. Tesis, Linehandler from Marine
Jorge Barakat, from Leader Linehandler Bureau.
(Deckhand Boatswain) to Maintenance- James N. Carter, Nathan A. Sterling, from
man. Helper Liquid Fuels Wharfman to
Belisario Cisneros, from Laborer (Cleaner) Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
to Laborer (Heavy). George M. Ottey, from Clerk (Checker) to
Arthur L. Logan, Jr., from Assistant Cap- Cargo Checker.
tain of the Port to Senior Assistant Cap- H6ctor A. Buval, from Helper Liquid
tain of the Port. Fuels Wharfman to Liquid Fuels Wharf-
Eugene C. Vollmert, Chief Engineer, Tow- man.
boat, from Dredging Division. Antonio Burgos, from Linehandler (Deck-
Percy N. Parris, Clifford V. McPherson, hand) to Stevedore.
from Linehandler (Deckhand) to Leader Earl R. Russell, from Clerk (Checker) to
Linehandler (Deckhand Boatswain). Cargo Checker.
Darell K. Seymour, from Lock Operator Alejandro Nolan, from Linehandler to
(Machinist), Locks Division, to Ad- Leader Linehandler.
measure Assistant. Ernie E. Wareham, from File Clerk to
Lourdes A. Boseman, from Card Punch Cargo Checker.
Operator, Office of the Comptroller, to Dionicio De Gracia, from Linehandler
Clerk-Typist (Stenographer Trainee). (Deckhand) to Stevedore.
Gilbert A. Sollas, from Supervisory Cargo
Industrial Division Assistant to Administrative Assistant
Alvah W. Simpson, from Helper Pipefitter (Liaison-Protocol), Office of Director.
to Pipefitter (Maintenance). Maxwell S. Sanders, from General Fore-
Edward R. S. Brown, Adolphus J. Cole, man (Fuel Operations) to Chief Foreman
from Helper Machinist (Marine) to (Fuel Operations).
Machinist (Marine-Maintenance). Gerald R. Fruth, from Distribution Facil-
Donald L. Greaves, from Apprentice (Ma- cities Officer to Supervisory Cargo Agent.
chinist) to Machinist. Albert W. Degen, from General Foreman
Bruce A. Codrington, from Apprentice (Ship Stevedoring) to Chief Foreman
(Machinist) to Apprentice (Machinist) (Ship Stevedoring).
(3d year). Mike Kandrin, John F. Lawrence, from
Bertram D. Ramsey, from Apprentice Leader Liquid Fuels Wharfman to
(Sheetmetal Worker) to Sheetmetal Liquid Fuels Dispatcher.
Worker. Johnny M. Simmons, from Mobile Equip-
Egbert A. Robinson, Wesley V. Marshall, ment Mechanic (Organizational) to
from Apprentice (Machinist) to Machin- Guard.
ist (Marine). Joseph E. Ramsay, from Cargo Operations
Bernhard W. F. Schlobohm, from Ma- Clerk to Supervisory Cargo Checking
chinist) to Instrument Mechanic (Me- Assistant.
chanical). Gerardo Davidson, from Laborer (Cleaner)


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6
1:00-SCN News
1:05-The Christophers
1:15-Chapel of the Air
1:45-Sacred Heart
2:00-Parade of Sports
4:15-CBS Sports Spectacular
(last show)
5:30-Mickie Finn's
6:00-Chronicle
6:30-Sports Wrap Up
7:00-Chevy Mystery Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Dean Martin Show
9:00-Hearst Metrotone Telenews
Weekly
9:05-Greek To You
9:30-Death Valley Days
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Science Report
10:30-Social Security In Action
10:45-EBF: "Yosemite"
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Repeat: Death Valley Days
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Atternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Hullabaloo
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Battle Line
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Johnny Midnight
8 00-SCN News
8:05-The Magic of Broadcasting
9:00-Armchair Theater:
"Lets Live A Little"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:45-Ted Mack
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Repeat: My Favorite Martian
5:00-SCN News
5:05-Afternoon
5:30-TAC Library:
6:00-Dateline
6:30-NET: Eugene Ormandy
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Bob Hope Show
8 00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Armchair Theater:
"The Second Woman"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:45-Wonders of the World
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Repeat: Wonders of the World
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Biography
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Danny Thomas
7:30-Heart of the City
8 00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Age of Kennedy"


Communtiy Services Division, to Line-
handler.
Ernesto Montes, from Laborer, Community
Services Division, to Cargo Marker.
Clement Alexis, from Cargo Marker to
Clerk-Typist.
Arnold C. Sandiford, from Clerk (Checker)
to Cargo Checker.
Ivanhoe A. Harris, Jr., from Grocery
Attendant, Supply Division, to Cargo
Marker.
Railroad Division
Hubsrt H. Vickers, from Clerk to Super-
visory Clerk.
Jorge I. Vega, Laborer (Heavy) from Main-
tenance Division.
Ruben Olmos, from Produce Attendant,
Supply Division, to Guard.
Motor Transportation Division
Leonard A. Parker, from Truck Driver,
Dredging Division, to Chauffeur.
Ralph F. Rowland, from Helper (General)
to Automotive Mechanic (Maintenance).
Owen N. Lawrence, from Helper Heavy
Duty Equipment Mechanic to Automo-
tive Mechanic (Maintenance).
Carleton E. Bingley, from Service Station
Attendant to Automotive Equipment
Serviceman.
Vincente Grayman, from Automotive
Equipment Serviceman to Automotive
Accessories Mechanic.
Antonio F. Setka, from Automotive Equip-
ment Serviceman to Automotive Me-
chanic (Maintenance).
Alonso Butcher, Romeo H. Miller, Toribio
Samuel, from Learner (Automotive
Equipment Serviceman) to Automotive
Equipment Serviceman.
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Community Services Division
Guillermo Parra, from Railroad Trackman,
Transportation and Terminals Bureau,
to Laborer (Cleaner).
Alberto L. Thompson, from Leader Lab-
-rerCI--)menersTo.-eauFur-ma L)au


9:00-Armchair Theater:
"Lamp At Midnight"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:45-EBF: Our Soil Resource
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Repeat: Danny Thomas
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Silvr'r Wings
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-"What's My Line?"
7:30-Andy Griffith
8 00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Talent Scouts
9:00--Armchair Theater:
"Girl Trouble"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:45-The Third Man
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Repeat: Andy Griffith
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Man In Space
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Sportsman Holiday
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Joey Bishop
7:30-M-Squad
8 00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye
9:00-Armchair Theater:
"Manhunt"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:45-Swinging Country

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:15-"Crusader Rabbit"
"Felix The Cat"
"Mack and Myer"
2:00-"Captain Kangaroo"
3:00-"Magic Land of Alakazam"
3:25-Wonderful World of Golf
4:00-Dance Party
5:05-Wrestling
6:00-Weekend '66
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
The Academy Award Winning
"High Moon"
8 00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Thomas Special
9:00-SCN News
9:05-The Tonight Show
10:25-Focus on Today
10:45-This Is The Life












Uivoli Uopicj

LUCHO'S BACK TONIGHT
Lucho AzcAirraga and his Conjunto
will give a repeat performance at the
Tivoli Guest House's second Lucho
Night Dance tonight from 9:00 p.m.
to 1:00 a.m.
Tickets are $1 per person, on sale
at the Tivoli Guest House and the
Administration Building Rotunda.
Coat and tie required.

GERMAN NIGHT BUFFET
Guten Abend. Come and join us
at the Tivoli Guest House for
our German Night Buffet Monday,
November 7.
Enjoy the best in German cooking
straight from the Deutschland: Sauer-
braten. Potato Dumplings, German
Style Sauerkraut, Hot German Potato
Salad, Rye Bread, Rolls, Butter,
Relish Tray, Assorted Pastries, and
Beverage.
Call 2-2111 for reservations for a
5:30, 6:30, or 7:30 seating. Adults,
$1.50 and children 10 and under, $1.
Also, along with the German Night
Buffet are free Frozen Daiquiris,
courtesy of Ron Cortez.


orer (Cleaner), to Lead Foreman Lab-
orer (Cleaner).
George W. Squires, from Lead Foreman SPECIAL DRINKS OFFERED
Laborer (Cleaner) to General Foreman Startin Monda November 7 a
Laborer (Cleaner). Starting Monday, November 7, a
Jacinto Jaramillo, Carbonell A. Archbold, : reduced price featuring a specihil
Ricardo J. Romero, Herman R. Black-
man, Urbano Escobar, from Laborer "drink or cocktail of the day" will be
(Cleaner) to Leader Laborer (Cleaner). offered t ivoli patron. The "drink
Luther E. Gray, from Laborer (Heavy) to offered to Tivoli patrons. The drink
Leader Laborer (Cleaner). of the day" will be served daily,
(Continued in next edition) Monday through Sunday.


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Walter L. Fowler


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One of the many instrumental groups Uno de los muchos grupos instrumen-
of Sing-Out '66 adds its talent to the tales de Sing-Out '66 agrega su talent
vast program. Sing-Out '66 is more than al vasto program. Sing-Out '66 es mds
a show. Says one member: "It is a way que un espectdculo. Uno de sus miem-
we have decided to live. The show is bros dice: "Este es el modo de vivir que
simply 2 hours we spend every day, hemos escogido. El espectdculo es sim-
demonstrating to others what we have plemente 2 horas que pasamos cada
decided." dia demostrando a los demds lo que
hemos escogido".


Los rostros series de estos j6venes refle-
Serious young faces reflect the spirit of jan el espiritu necesario para acelerar
snowballing Moral Re-Armament pro- el program de Rearme Moral y del
gram and Sing-Out '66. ". . we are Sing-Out '66. ". . estamos decididos
determined to produce a new, hard- a producer una nueva generaci6n ameri-
working, tough breed of American with cana, trabajadora y vigorosa con amor
a love of God and country in his heart," hacia Dios y hacia su pais en el corazdn",
said one participant. dijo uno de sus miembros.


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Modern day Joan of Arc Linda
Blackmore of Los Angeles,
Calif., a college sophomore,
believes the same type of spirit
possessed by the simple French
girl centuries ago is needed
today to preserve freedom and
liberty.


During a tour of Germany, the visitors meet
former German Chancellor Dr. Konrad Adenauer.
He urged the young people to make the principles
of Moral Re-Armament a reality in private and
public life in every nation.





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EL CANAL DE PANAMA






Spillway

Vol. V, No. 20 Mals de 50 Aieos de Servicios Parae cl Comercio Mundial Viemrnes 4 de Noviembre de 1966


Estudiantes del Instituto Justo

Arosemena Laboran con el Canal


Once sefioritas, que cursan el ulti-
mo ano en una Escuela Secundaria
de Coniercio de lta ciudad de PanamA,
trabajaran durante este mes en nueve
oficinas del Canal de Panama para
conseguir la experiencia de trabajo
requerida durante su iultimo anio de
studios. Ellas reciben cr6ditos esco-
lares, pero ninguna paga, a pesar de
que en todo lo demtis son considera-
das como empleadas regulars.
Han sido escogidas entire las mejo-
res estudiantes bilingiies del Instituto
Justo Arosemena, una de las mejores
escuelas secundarias privadas de Pa-
namiS, localizada cerca del Aeropuerto
de Paitilla, en los suburbios de la
ciudad capital.
Este es el segundo afio en que un
grupo de estudiantes de esa escuela
viene a la Zona del Canal a conseguir
experiencia en trabajos en done se
habla ingl6s. En noviembre del afon


pasado site seioritas iniciaron el pro- .
grama, con tanto 6xito que se ha con- i ,
vertido en cosa de todos los anos. I i
Las j6venes estan trabajando en di- 1

con la Divisi6n de Servicios Genera- I i .
les en Balboa Heights; dos estin en -*
el edificio de la Capitania del Puerto, -
una con los arqueadores y la otra en
Ia oficina del Capittin de Puerto; otras
dos estAn con la Direcci6n de Perso- ,,l C
nal en Anc6n; dos est-in con la Diree-
ci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comuna-
les, una en abastos y Ia otra en la
Oficina de la Vivienda; una trabaja en
la Oicina de Infornmaci6n y una mAis, d
en la Secci6n de Licencias.
El program es coordinado por su
profesora de prtictica de oficina, Sra.
Ernestina S. de Wesley y por Loron .
B. Burnham, Jefe del Personal En-A
cargado de la Utilizaci6n y Capacita- -,
ci6n dle Empleados, dle la Direcei6n
de Personal. Las sefioritas comen- La filtima de las originales locomotoras de remolque del Canal de PanamA que gerAi desmantelada para chatarra,
aparece en la Unidad de Excedentes y Chatarra en la Secci6n "I". De izquierda a derecha estin: James Doran,
zaron a trabajar el 19 de noviembre Gerente del Dep6sito de Excedentes; el cortador a llama de gas Oswald Duggan; Emilio Gusmin, clasificador de
y terlninariin este program el 30 de chatarra; John McConaghy, Superintendente de la Unidad de Excedentes y Chatarra; y Louis Babbs, clasificador
este mes. Son ellas Agelina Angelkos, de chatarra. (Vea historic en la pAgina 3.)


Luz de la Cruz, Luzmila del Rosario,
Sara CGalego, Maria Isaac, Marta
Mata, cuadalupe Moreno, Sonia Par-
do, Ilka Ruiz, Argelis Sandoval y Lilia
Pachieco.


Fred Mohl Ascendido al Mas Alto

Cargo por los Caballeros de Colon


En la Zona del Canal se ha reci-
bido noticia del Consejo Supremo de
los Caballeros de Col6n en New
Haven, Connecticut, del nombra-
miento de Fred Mohl conmo Maestro
en el 49 Grado de los Caballeros de
Col6n para el Distrito de Panama
para el period del 19 de septiembre
de 1966 al 31 de agosto de 1968. Esta
es la oficina local supreme.
Mohl fue nombrado para reempla-
zar a Daniel Zitzmann, Maestro du-
rante los ultimos 17 ailos, quien se
retira del servicio como Contador de
Operaciones de la Contaduria del
Canal de PanamA. PartirA el 17 de
noviembre hacia California en done
residirA.
Mohl es bien conocido en la Zona
del Canal, habiendo estado asociado
con actividades deportivas y frater-
nales desde la decade de 1940, espe-
cialmente en el campo de la educaci6n
sanitaria infantil. Es el lnico que


queda en el Istmo de los cuatro hom-
bres que fundaron la actual Liga In-
fantil del Pacifico en 1950 y fue un
firme sostenedor del grupo que co-
menz6 la Liga Juvenil Fastlich. Toda-
via continlia active como vicepresi-
dente y arbitro jefe de la Liga Infan-
til del Pacifico.
Fue miembro de la Orden Ben6-
vola de los Elks, Logia 1414 y luego
se uni6 a los Caballeros de Col6n en
1944. Desde entonces ha ocupado los
puestos de Secretario de Actas, Can-
ciller y, en 1959, Gran Caballero del
Consejo 1371. En el grado mas alto
de la Orden sirvi6 como Piloto Leal,
Contralor Leal, Navegante Leal y
Almirante Leal.
Mohl es tambidn ampliamente co-
nocido a trav6s de sus actividadesI
como official de bomberos en la Divi-
si6n de Bomberos de la Zona del
Canal.


SE PRESENTARAN EN LA ZONA Y PANAMA


160 JOVENES DEL GRUPO SING-OUT '66


"Sing-Out '66" grupo explosive de
160 jovenes, que recorren el mundo
portando su mensaje musical, Ilega a
la Zona del Canal esta semana para
ofrecer varias presentaciones.
Con su tema "Viva La Gente", este
grupo de estudiantes de secundaria y
universidad ofreceriA espectAculos mu-

MAs sobre Sing-Out '66 en la
PAgina 4.

scales de 2 horas y se presentari ante
grupos estudiantiles de la Zona del
Canal y de otras parties del Istmo.
Han sido organizados muchos gru-
pos de "Sing-Out", pero este es uno
de los tres mis grandes que han apa-
recido en la television y en las tablas,
en muchas parties de los Estados Uni-
dos y en otras naciones.
La idea de "Sing-Out" comenz6 en
Mackinac Island, Michigan, en el
verano de 1965, cuando 5.000 j6ve-
nes asistieron a una Conferencia del
Rearme Moral para Modernizar a
Am6rica. Comprendieron que es ne-
cesaria una fuerza de j6venes ameri-
canos disciplinados, rectos, dinamicos


y entusiastas. Decidieron empezar a
hablar y a cantar para su generaci6n
con voz nueva y positive, para en-
frentarse a los cruciales problems de
la naci6n. La violencia, el desquicia-
miento de la familiar y la delincuencia
son s6lo algunos de los problems que
ellos tocan.
Su espectAiculo represent una de-
mostraci6n de lo que ellos ban deci-
dido y cantan canciones tales como
"No Te Quedes AtrAs", "Por D6nde
Queda Amrica" y "Viva La Gente".
El grupo llegar'i al Istmno el sAbado
pr6ximo y sern recibido por funcio-
narios de la Zona del Canal en una
ceremonia especial. Al dia siguiente,
asistirAn a los servicios religiosos
y luego se presentarAn en Fuerte
Gulick.
El lunes, los visitantes aparecerin
en una reunion en la Escuela Secun-
daria de Crist6bal y por la noche en
las televisoras. TendrAn un dia muy
ocupado el martes ya que ofreceran
tres presentaciones diferentes en la


Escuela Secundaria de Balboa y un
espectaiculo dc 2 horas de duracion
en el Hangar del PAD, Base de la
Fuerza Area de Albrook, a las 8 p.m.
El mi6rcoles estin programadas tres
presentaciones mais en la Escuela
Intermedia de Curundl' y otro
espectiaculo de 2 horas en el Hangar
del PAD, en la Base de la Fuerza
Area de Albrook. Aparecerain en una
reunion estudiantil en la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Paraiso el dia jueves y
efectuarlnl un recorrido partial del
Canal.
El viernes participant en el des-
file del Dia de los Veteranos y proba-
blemente se presentarnn esa noche en
Colon. Su iltima presentaci1n senr
en el Colegio Javier en Painauli el
saibad,) por la noche.
Lucho AzcAirraga y su coniunto
estaran en el aeropuerto para recibir
a los invitados del Sing-Out '66-y
sus seleeciones incluiran, como una
sorpresa para los visitantes, algunos
de los numerous del Sing-Out.


Jovenes Aprendices Panameuos


Sostienen un Banco de Sangre


El viejito, medrio dornido en su de Servicios a los Empleados, de la
eanm de hospital, abri6 los ojos y son- Direcci6n (de Personal del Canal de
... ri6 cuando la enfermera se le acerc6. PanamA, y por Wilfred E. Barrow,
Luego, se le frunci6 el entrecejo en president del Consejo Civico de
S\. - gesto de perplejidad, pues estaba se- Rainbow City. El aprendiz panameflo
.. guro de que jamtis habia visto al joven Wilfred Smith, cle la Escuela de
---- que lsa acompaniaba. Aprendices del Canal de PanamnA fue
-' " "Ustedes dos deberian conocerse", el primero en donar sangre.
.dijo la enfermiera alegremente, Ilevan- Dcsde 1963, el 98 por ciento de los
Sal joven al border de la cama. aprendices del Canal de PanamA y
.os,( j. i "Josl6", dijo indicando al joven, "dio los militares que asisten a la Escuela
U- I ^' nla sangre que le salv6 la vida". de Aprendices del Canal de Panamrn
Esta escena podir, repetirse miles han sido donates voluntarios para
Sde veces durante este a nio, en hospi- los casos de ayuda por invalidez. En
tales de la Zona del Canal y tambi6n 1960, s61o un aprendiz don6 su sangre
C, de PanamA ldonde se proporciona en respuesta a un lamado.
a-- -- atenci6n a 2,076 antiguos elmpleados El program del banco de sangre
del Canal y ide las Fuerzas Armadas para los casos (de ayuca por invalidez,
S .. de Estados Unidos, que no estAn pro- es el segndo banco de sangre de la
tegidlos por Cel Banco de Sangre del Zona del Canal. El otro es el banco
Canal de PanamA. de sangre official del Canal de Pana-
La responsabilidad de mantener el mAt, que protege a todos los emplea-
banco de sangre que sirve los casos dos del Canal de Pananni y a sus
de ayuda por incapacidad del Canal dependientes.
de Panami, hL side asumida durante Los aprendices panaineflios de la
los 'mltiunos 4 arios, por aprendices organizaci6n del Canal, que so sus-
panamefios, inscritos on la Escuela criben cnmio lodnantes volunmtarios del
de Aprendices del Canal de PanamA, banuco de sairgre para casos de ayulda
Dentro de la vitrina se exhibe la espada que utiliz6 el General Jos,6 de FAibrega, cuando proclam6 la indepen- en Anc6n. El program fue iniciado per invalidez dirigido por la Sra. de
dencia del Istmo de PanamiA, de la tutela espafiola, el 28 de noviembrec de 1821. El mango de la espada es de plata Por la Sra. Nellie de Ibarra, enfer- Ibarra, son ayudados indirectanwinto
y atrae la atenci6n de los visitantes al Museo Nacional de PanamA. mera de salubridad pimblica, del RamoI per nlos aprendices estadounidenses.


Mis Contribuyentes
En la pAigina 3 de la secci6n in-
glesa aparece la lista de otros cin-
pleados que ban prometido una
contribucion de Cuota Justa en
la Camipafia Federal Combinada
de 1967.


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Noviembre 4, 1966


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

NOVIEMBRE
4-Dia de la Bandera en Panama.
4- 6-Feria del Colegio San Jose en Col6n.
5-Dia de Col6n.
10-Aniversario del Grito de Los Santos (1821), Primer Grito de Inde-
pendencia en PanamA. En Los Santos existe un monument a la
memorial de Rufina Alfaro y demAs patriots de esa fecha.
11-Dia de los Veteranos. Dia de fiesta en la Zona del Canal.

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CANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-Domingos Herdez
12:00-Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-El Ancho Mundo del Deporte
4:00-Tarde de Toros
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Flipper
7:30-La Hora Celanese
8:00-Agente Secreto
9:00-Nueva Cita Musical
9:30-Historia de Franklin
Delano Roosevelt
10:00-Teleteatro



LUNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Dick Tracy
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:00-Pombo Pombo-Triqui Triqui
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Batman
7:30-Expectaci6n
8:00-El Bar6n
9:00-Marcado
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta



MARTES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Aventuras de Pinocho
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Fihnicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblain
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Estampas del Prado
7:30-Los Monstruos
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-Embrujada
9:30-P-33 Agente de Contraespionaje
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal




MIERCOLES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
12:30-Noticias
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 Roblain
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Batman
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Corte Marcial
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Suspenso




JUEVES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Poderoso H6rcules
12:30-Noticias
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 Roblain
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Exitos Musicales
7:30-Jesse James
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia del F.B.I.
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Barco mis Loco del Ejircito




VIERNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Cegato Magoo
12:30-Noticias
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 Roblan
6:30-Noticias
7:00-La Rubia Peligrosa
7:30-Los Locos Adams
8:00-Combate
9:00-Suefio con Jennie
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Ben Casey




SABADO
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Resumen de Cartones
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Programa Femenino
1:30-Tardes Filmicas
3:00-Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Show de Lucy
7:30-Disloquiando
8:00-El Valle de Pasiones
9:00-GCranTeatro
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Teleteatro


CANAL 4

DOMINGO
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Celebres
10:45-Sailvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Ventana del Mundo
12:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Teatro Fantastico
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Cita con la Muerte
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

LUNES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Inspector Gideon
4:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Meteoro Submarino
6:25-El Barbero de Patilla
6:50-Instantineas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sonrisas Colgate
8:00-Lunes de Revl6n
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Doctores y las Enfermeras
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias

MARTES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Mtlsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Aventureros del Mississippi
4:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Meteoro Submarino
6:25-Juzgado 67
6:50-Instantaneas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30-i Qu6 Gran Momento Musical!
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Perry Mason
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias


MIERCOLES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-Sorteo de los Miercolitos
12:15-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Edgar Wallace
4:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-El Meteoro Submarino
6:25-Ramona
6:50-Instantaineas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-Estrellas Palmolive
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias


JUEVES
11:30-C6micas
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Muisica y Risas
1 :00-Noticias
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-El Buen Pastor
4:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Meteoro Submarino
6:25-Los Destruidos
6:50-Instantineas Sociales
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares de Pond's
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Hora 11
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias


VIERNES


11:30-
11:45-
12:15-
1:00-
1:30-
3:30-
4:30-
5:00-
5:30-
6:00-
6:25-
6:50-
7:00-
7:30-
8:00-
8:30-
9 00-
9:30-
10:30-
11:30-



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


-C6micas
-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
-MN6sica y Risas
-Noticias
-Cine Hogar
-Aventuras en Alaska
-La Ley del Rev6lver
-Novela de la Tarde
-Piginas de la Vida
-El Meteoro Submarino
-Show de Shows
Instantaneas Sociales
-Noticias
-Show de Van Dyke
-Las Estrellas y Usted
-Su Novela Favorita
-Contlictos Humanos
-Yo Soy Espia
-Viernes con Martinez Blanco
-Noticias


SABADO
-Comicas
-Laramic
-Lassie
-De Inter6s Para Usted
-Noticias
-Repris6: Novela de la Tarde
-Cine Programa Tele-4
-Vamos de Pesca
-Reino Salvaje
-El Superagente 86
-Noticias
-Revista Musical
-A Petiei6n Suya
-Perdidos en el Espacio
-Laredo
-Pantalla Cinematografica


Viernes 4_-

SAbado 5 .

Domingo 6

Lunes 7 -_

Martes 8 -

Miercoles 9

Jueves 10
Viernes 11


PARAISO
SPECIAL-CZUFFFP, Program N9 3
The Sky Above, The Mud Below
and The Conjugal Bed
Damon And Pythias

Night Of The Iguana

Night Of The Iguana

NO SHOW
Secret Of Blood Island and
Taggart_ _
The Cincinnati Kid
NO SHOW


SANTA CRUZ

Damon And Pythias

NO SHOW

Where The Spies Are
Secret Of Blood Island and
Taggart
The Cincinnati Kid

Just For Fun

NO SHOW

The Outrage


RAINBOW CITY
10 p.m.
The Hook
The Mad Executioners and
The Roustabout
The Sons Of Katie Elder
The Sons Of Katie Elder

Sands Of The Kalahari

NO SHOW
Naked Brigade and
Land Unknown
633 Squadron


NOTA: CZUFFFP significa CANAL ZONE UNITED FUND FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAM.


Gente en la Noticia


Urville A. Wallace, oficinista en la
secci6n de n6minas de la Divisi6n de
Terminales del Canal de PanamA. Su
oficina estA localizada en el Muelle 18,
en el Puerto de Balboa. Nos damos
cuenta enseguida de que goza del
I aprecio de sus compafieros y de sus
* jefes. Ya lleva 37 afios de servicios
con el Canal de PanamA. Naci6 en el
Distrito de Duncan, en la Isla de
Jamaica, el 2 de octubre de 1909.
Hombre serio y de gran capacidad de
trabajo, se le encomiendan las labores
de mayor responsabilidad. Lleg6 al
Istmo de PanamA en 1929 y al poco
tiempo empez6 a trabajar con la orga-
nizaci6n. Reside en el sector de Cali-
donia de la ciudad de PanamA, en
uni6n de su esposa Mediana Davoren
de Wallace, con quien tiene 17 afios
de casado. Una hija, Lynn, de 16
afios, asiste a la escuela secundaria en
la ciudad de Nueva York. El Sr. Wal-

900 y tambien pertenece a la Coope-
rativa de Creditos de Empleados del
Canal de PanamA. Es fanitico de la
lectura. Se devora todo libro que
cae en sus manos, pero le arrebatan
las novelas detectivescas, especial-
mente las de Ellery Queen. Cuando
era joven, practice much el beisbol.
Cabalmente, con un equipo de beis-
hol fue que conoci6 la ciudad de
David, que le gust6 much. "Los
chiricanos son espl6ndidos" dice,
evocando las grandes atenciones que
recibieron cuando estuvieron en las
tierras del Valle de la Luna.


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Erick A. Raphael es oficinista de la secci6n de n6minas en la Oficina del
Maestre de Rada, dependencia de la Capitania del Puerto de Balboa. Hombre
sumamente serio en el desempefio de sus labores, es callado y sumamente
servicial con sus compaiieros, raz6n por la cual es sumamente apreciado por
todos los que con l1 comparten la responsabilidad de que las planillas salgan
perfectamente bien. "Es un trabajo de responsabilidad y algo enredado, pues
tenemos muchos hombres en las n6minas y todos tienen turnos rotativos",
nos explica y agrega: "pero todos nos esforzamos en trabajar lo mejor possible
y por ello siempre salen bien". El Sr. Raphael tiene 36 afios de servicios al
Canal de Panama. Naci6 en la ciudad de Col6n el 11 de febrero de 1914.
Su escuela primaria la hizo en una escuela privada de su ciudad natal. La
secundaria, contabilidad e ingl6s, la complete hacienda studios por corres-
pondencia. Contrajo matrimonio hace 25 ailos con la Sra. Mariebelle Faulkner
de Raphael y reside en la poblaci6n de Pedro Miguel, con cuatro de sus seis
hijos. En total son cinco hijas y un var6n. Dos de las hijas estAn ya casadas
y viven en los Estados Unidos. El var6n, se llama Erick I, Jr. y estA todavia
en la escuela primaria; las otras dos nifias estAn en la escuela secundaria.
El Sr. Raphael pertenece a la Iglesia de St. Alban, de Paraiso. Comenz6
su servicio con el Canal de PanamA, como botones en el Hotel Washington;
luego fue trasladado a la Divisi6n de Terminales y fue verificador de carga;
luego vino al sector Pacifico con la misma division en calidad de instructor;
finalmente lo trasladaron a la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, a la present posici6n
done ya ha permanecido bastantes afios. Esti muy satisfecho con su trabajo.
Sus afios de servicio le dan la gran satifacci6n de mirar el future con seguridad.
Gusta much de los deportes, especialmente el baloncesto y el beisbol.
Siempre que puede va a la playa y la que mas le gusta es la de Santa Clara.
Lo que mas desea: Visitar a sus hijas en los Estados Unidos.


PAgina 2


En Su Pantalla


SPILLWAY

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mai. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud expresa.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
H. R. PARFITT
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n quei sc deseare publicar
en tl S'I.ILWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correslpondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribnci6n gratnita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de Panama. Valor
de la strbscripci6n para otros (inclu-
yendo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPIL WAY Silbscriotions, Box M,
Balboa Ileights, Canal Zone.


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Noviembre 4, 1966


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS


OFICINA DEL GOBERNADOR
Raquel Tart6, Oficinista a Oficinista Tra-
ductoia.
OFICINA DE ASESORAMIENTO
JURIDICO
Margaret M. Martin, Secretaria, Esten6-
grafa, Divisi6rn de Ferrocarril, a Ofici-
nista-Esten6grafa.
OFICINA DE INFORMATION DEL
CANAL DE PANAMA
Annie R. Rathgeber, Ayudante Administra-
tiva a Ayudante de Servicios Administra-
tivos.
CONTRALORIA
Rosanne Fulop, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Contaduria a Auditoria General.
Contaduria
Estella A. Haynes, Oficinista de Abastos,
Division de Abastos, a Oficinista de
Contabilidad.
Donald E. Walker, Contador a Contador
de Operaciones.
Gastos Generales del Canal
John H. Perantie, Encargado de Distribu-
ci6n y de Ventanilla de Correos (Substi-
tuto), Divisi6n de Correos, a Clasificador
de Carga.
Division de Presupuesto y Tarifas
Beatrice C. French, Oficinista Mecan6gra-
fa, Contaduria.
DIVISION DE SERVICIOS
ADMINISTRATIVOS
Imprenta
Bertram L. McLean, Prensista LitogrAfico
a Capataz Prensista (Cilindro).
Cirilo Alexander, Trabajador de Encua-
dernaci6n y Acabado a Capataz de En-
cuadernaci6n y Acabado.
DIRECTION DE PERSONAL
Ramo de Adiestramiento Industrial
Austin J. Byrd III, Portero (Teatros), Di-
recci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, a Aprendiz de Operario de Planta
de Energia El1ctrica.
Marcus A. Grannum, Jr., Ayudante Elec-
tricista (Planta de Energia El6ctrica),
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
a Aprendiz de Electricista.
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Division de Esclusas
Alfredo Coco, Encargado de Manteni-
miento (Cable de Soga y Alambre), a
Primer Capataz, Operaciones en la Pared
de las Esclusas.
William B. Dixon, Ayudante Operario de
Esclusas, a Encargado de Cuarto de
Herramientas.
Robert Kennedy, Carpintero de Manteni-
miento a Oficinista.
Thomas J. LeValley, Electricista a Opera-
rio de Esclusas (Electricista).
Robert A. Rankin, Timothy N. Lasher,
Robert B. May, Aprendiz de Mecinico
Tornero a Mec'nico Tornero.
Alfred J. Graham, Aprendiz de Electricista
a Electricista.
Edward S. Reynolds, Jr., Operario de Es-
clusas (Mecainico Tornero) a Capataz
Operario de Esclusas (Mecinico Tor-
nero).
Wilbur D. Mulhoilen, Electricista a Ope-
rario de Esclusas (Electricista).
Maximino Herrera, Botero (Esclusas) a Pri-
mer Capataz, Operaciones en la Pared
de las Eselusas.
Abelardo Magall6n, Lubricador a Primer
Capataz, Operaciones en la Pared de
las Esclusas.
Frederick Blychanton, Mozo de Oficio, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, a Pasacables.
Evaristo R. Manuel, Botero (Esclusas) a
Primer Capataz, Operaciones en la Pared
de las Esclusas.
Florentino Pedroza, Ayudante Operario de
Esclusas a Lubricador.
Mauricio Salazar, Pasacables a Botero
(Eselusas).
Fermin F. Hormechea, Botero (Esclusas) a
Primer Capataz (Operaciones en la Pared
de las Esclusas).
Juan E. Mashburn, Pasacables a Mensa-
jero (Conductor de Vehiculos a Motor).
Valentino L. Archbold, Pasacables a Bo-
tero (Esclusas).
Leonardo A. Illueca, Ayudante Mecanico
Tornero (Mantenimiento), Divisi6n de
Electricidad, a Pintor de Mantenimiento.
Division de Navegaci6n
Beverly Ricker, CapitAn de Remolcador,
Division de Dragas.
Santos Cano, Levi A. Lewis, Hugh L.
Parris, Pasabarcos a Capataz Pasabarcos
(Contramaestre).
Jos6 Cea, Encargado de Mantenimiento a
Capataz de Mantenimiento.
Jorge Barakat, Capataz Pasabarcos (Con-
tramaestre) a Encargado de Manteni-
miento.
Belisario Cisneros, Aseador a Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados).
Arthur L. Logan, Jr., Ayudante del Capi-
tan de Puerto a Primer Ayudante de
Capitan de Puerto.
Eugene C. Vollmert, Primer Maquinista,
Remolcador, Divisi6n de Dragas.
Percy N. Parris, Clifford V. McPherson,
Pasabarcos a Capataz Pasabarcos (Con-
tramaestre).
Darell K. Seymour, Operario de Esclusas
(Mecinico Tornero), Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas, a Ayudante Arqueador.
Lourdes A. Boseman, Operaria de Perfo-
radora, Contraloria, a Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa (Aprendiz Esten6grafa).
Division Industrial


DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT Y
TERMINALES
Oficina del Director
Frederick J. Wainio, Funcionario de Ser-
vicios Administrativos, Divisi6n de Ter-
minales, a Especialista Encargado de
Operaciones de Transporte, Oficina del
Director.
Division de Terminales
Jack M. Ruoff, Especialista Encargado de
Operaciones de Transporte, Oficina del
Director, a Funcionario Encargado de
Operaciones Terminales (Ayudante del
Superintendente, Divisi6n de Termina-
les.
Donald C. Parker, Primer Capataz, Ope-
raciones de Suministro de Combustibles,
a Capataz General, Operaciones de Su-
ministro de Combustibles.
Walter L. Ilund, Despachador de Com-
bustibles Liquidos a Primer Capataz,
Operaciones de Suministro de Combus-
tibles.
Alfred G. Williams, Lubricador, Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, a Esti-
bador.
James T. Bird, Funcionario Administrativo
(Transporte Maritimo), a Capataz Gene-
ral Estibador (A Bordo).
Isacio V. Tesis, Pasabarcos, de la Direc-
ci6n de Marina.
James N. Carter, Ayudante de Despacho
de Combustibles Liquidos (Muelles) a
Despachador Subalterno de Combusti-
bles Liquidos (Muelles).
Nathan A. Sterling, H6ctor A. Buval, Ayu-
dante de Despacho de Combustibles
Liquidos (Muelles) a Despachador Su-
balterno de Combustibles Liquidos
(Muelles).
George M. Ottey, Verificador a Verificador
de Carga.
Antonio Burgos, Pasabarcos a Estibador.
Earl R. Russell, Verificador a Verificador
de Carga.
Alejandro Nolan, Pasacables a Capataz
Pasacables.
Ernie E. Wareham, Archivero a Verifica-
dor de Carga.
Dionicio De Gracia, Pasabarcos a Estiba-
dor.
Gilbert A. Sollas, Subjefe Ayudante al
Agente de Carga a Ayudante Adminis-
trativo (Enlace Protocolar), Oficina del
Director.
Maxwell S. Sanders, Capataz General,
Operaciones de Suministro de Combus-
tibles, a Jefe Capataz, Operaciones de
Combustibles.
Gerald R. Fruth, Encargado de Distribu-
ci6n a Subjefe Agente de Carga.
Albert W. Degen, Capataz General Esti-
bador (A Bordo) a Jefe Capataz Estiba-
dor (A Bordo).
Mike Kandrin, John F. Lawrence, Capataz
Ayudante de Despacho de Combustibles
Liquidos (Muelles) a Despachador de
Combustibles Liquidos.
Johnny M. Simmons, MecAnico de Equipo
M6vil (Organizaci6n) a Guardia.
Joseph E. Ramsay, Oficinista, Operaciones
de Carga, a Ayudante Subjefe Verifica-
dor de Cargas.
Gerardo Davidson, Aseador, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales, a Pasacables.
Ernesto Montes, Obrero, Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Comunales, a Marcador de Carga.
Clement Alexis, Marcador de Carga a Ofi-
cinista Mecan6grafo.
Arnold C. Sandiford, Verificador a Verifi-
cador de Carga.
Ivanhoe A. Harris, Jr., Encargado de Ana-
queles, Secci6n de Comestibles, Divi-
sion de Abastos, a Marcador de Carga.

Division de Ferrocarril
Hubert H. Vickers, Oficinista a Subjefe
Oficinista.
Jorge I. Vega, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados),
desde la Divisi6n de Mantenimiento.
Ruben Olmos, Trabajador, Secci6n de Le-
gumbres, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Guar-
dia.
Division de Transporte a Motor
Leonard A. Parker, Conductor de Cami6n,
Division de Dragas, a Conductor de
Autom6viles.
Ralph F. Rowland, Ayudante General a
Mecanico Automotor (Mantenimiento).
Owen N. Lawrence, Ayudante MecAnico de
Equipo Pesado a Mecanico Automotor
(Mantenimiento).
Carleton E. Bingley, Dependiente de Esta-
ci6n de Servicio a Reparador de Equipo
Automotor.
Vicente Grayman, Reparador de Equipo
Automotor a Mecanico de Accesorios de
Autom6viles.
Antonio F. Setka, Reparador de Equipo
Automotor a Mecanico Automotor (Man-
tenimiento).
Alonso Butcher, Romeo H. Miller, Toribio
Samuel, Aprendiz de Reparador de
Equipo Automotor a Reparador de
Equipo Automiotor.


Alfonso Troya, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
a Ayudante Panadero.
Lucinda M. Alleyne, Oficinista de Alma-
c6n a Oficinista.
Edward W. Howell, Oficinista Encargado
de Cuentas Corrientes a Subjefe Ofici-
nista de Abastos.
Feliciano Campbell, Encargado de Exis-
tencias a Capataz Obrero.
Arthur J. Myke, Gerente de Departamento
(Almacen General) a Gerente de Alma-
c6n (Supermercado).
Clarence N. Brin, Subjefe Oficinista de
Abastos a Subjefe Ayudante de Abastos
Generales.
Ugean Barker, Almacenero a Encargado
de Existencias.
Francisco G. Mero, Cocinero de Comidas
Ligeras a Cocinero.
Ren6 Bayard, Cocinero a Encargado de
Refresqueria.
Robert Phillips, Clebert E. Sainten, Alma-
cenero a Oficinista de Almac6n.
John T. Pessoa, Subjefe Oficinista, Alma-
cenes, a Gerente de Departamento
(Almac6n General).
Jos6 C. Aviles, Aseador a Ayudante Pana-
dero.
Alberto Aguilar, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
-dos) a Almacenero.
Lester V. Bailey, Vendedor a Oficinista de
Almac6n.
Elsie H. Smith, Oficinista, Procuraci6n
(Mecanografia), a Ayudante, Abastos
Gene'ales.
Robert Porter, Caoataz Obrero a Capataz
Operario de Montacargas de Trinche.
Frederick E. Peters, Almacenero a Ofici-
nista de Abastos.
Te6filo G6mez, Almacenero a Encargado
de Existencias.
Sime6n N. Sobers, Dependiente de Esta-
ci6n de Servicio a Almacenero.
Victorio Murillo, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio
de Comidas, a Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos).
Theodore M. Griffiths, Mozo de Oficio a
Oficinista de Almac6n.
Thomas A. Antoine, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados) a Almacenero.
Abraham L. Biggs, Almacenero a Encar-
gado de Existencias.
Llewellyn J. Bowen, Mozo de Oficio a
Almacenero.
Frederick F. Szymanski, Oficinista (Procu-
raci6n), Hospital Gorgas, a Oficinista
de Correspondencia.
Emily L. Wilkinson, Oficinista, Mecano-
grafia, a Oficinista, Procuraci6n (Meca-
nografia).
Alicia M. Crasto, Subjefe Oficinista de Pro-
curaci6n a Ayudante, Abastos Generales.
Joseph H. White, Funcionario de Abastos
Generales, Oficina del Director, a Fun-
cionario de Abastos Generales (Ayudante
del Superintendente, Ramo de Alma-
cenaje).
Clannis Cheltenham, Mozo de Oficio a
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados).
Manuel Martinez, Trabajador de Planta
Elaboradora de Leche a Capataz Tra-
bajador de Planta Elaboradora de Leche.
Pedro P. Peralta, Capataz Clasificador de
Chatarra a Operario de Miaquina Emba-
ladora de' Chatarra.
Roberta J. Paterson, Ayudante, Abastos
Generales (Mecanografia), a Subjefe Ofi-
cinista de Procuraci6n.
Charles C. Adams, Acomodador de Teatro
a Portero de Teatro.
Verney W. Wilson, Sastre (Alteraciones)
a Oficinista de Almac6n.
Abraham Corpus, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Ayudante General.
Herman A. Jarvis, Ayudante Cocinero a
Cocinero.
Ruperto E. McEachron, Oficinista de Alma-
c6n a Subjefe Oficinista, Almacenes.
Donald C. Grant, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Almacenero.
Miguel Couloote, Operario de Montacar-
gas de Trinche a Conductor de Cami6n.
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA Y
CONSTRUCTION
Division de Electricidad
John B. Fuller, Operario de Esclusas, Di-
recci6n de Marina, a Electricista.
Florencio J. Guerrero, Capataz Encargado
de Mantenimiento a Primer Capataz
Encargado de Mantenimiento.
Canute A. Cockburn, Aprendiz de Electri-
cista a Electricista.
Emilio E. Wong, Aprendiz de Embobina-
dor (Inducido) a Embobinador (Indu-
cido).
Billy C. Winford, Aprendiz de MecAnico
de Radio a MecAnico de Radio.
William D. Keepers, Aprendiz de Repara-
dor de Central Telef6nica a Reparador


DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES James H. Bowen, Inspector de Sistemas
El6ctricos, Divisi6n de Construcci6n, a
Division de Servicios Comunales Jefe Operario, Pruebas Electricas (Siste-
Guillermo Parra, Obrero (Mantenimiento ma de Energia).
de Vias F6rreas), Direcci6n de Trans- Robert R. McCoy, Jefe de Planta Gene-
porte y Terminales, a Aseador. radora (Diesel) a Jefe de Planta Gene-
Alberto L. Thompson, Capataz Aseador a radora (Turbinas a Vapor y Gas).
Primer Capataz Aseador. Milton Horter, Jr., Jefe Operario, Pruebas
George W. Squires, Primer Capataz Asea- Elbctricas (Planta de Energia) a Jefe
dor a Capataz General Aseador. de Planta Generadora (Diesel).
Jacinto Jaramillo, Aseador a Capataz Asea- William A. Aiello, MecAnico Electr6nico
dor., a Capataz Mecanico Electr6nico.
Pedro 0. GonzAlez, Obrero (Trabajos Pe- a Capataz Mecnico Electr6nico
sados), Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons- Kenneth R. Atkinson, Electricista a Jefe
trucci6n, a Obrero. Operario, Pruebas (Sistema de Energia
Brigido Jiminez, Obrero a Recolector de El6ctrica).
Basura. George W. Stephens, Marcus E. Robinson,
CarbonellA. A rchbold, Ricardo J. Romero, R6mulo Pinz6n, Joaquin Martinez,
Herman R. Blackman, Urbano Escobar, Braulio P6rez, Catalino L6pez, Julio
Aseador a Capataz Aseador. Albeo, George S. Rachel, Catalino SAn-
Luther E. Grav. Ohrero (Trabajos Pesa- hez, Harold H. Hill Jos6 L. Labois-


Alvah W. Simpson, Ayudante Montador los) a Capataz Aseador.
de Tuberia, a Montador de Tuberia
(Manteniniento).
Edward R. S. Brown, Adolphus J. Cole, Divisi6n de Abastos
Ayudante Mecinico Tornero (Nautico) a Lloyd H. Copeland, Aseador a Dependien-
Mecanico Tornero (Mantenimiento Nau- te dce Estacimn de Servicio (Gasolinera).
rico). Rogelio C. Choy, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio
Donald L. Greaves, Aprendiz MecAnico de Comidas, a Cocinero de Comidas
Tornero a MecAnico Tornero. Ligeras.
Bruce A. Codrington, Aprendiz Mecainico Rupert Hylton, Capataz Cocinero a Primer
Tornero a Aprendiz Mecainico Tornero, Capataz Cocinero.
Tercer afio. Castell D. Alleyne, Encargado de Mante-
Bertram D. Ramsey, Aprendiz de Plan- niniiento a Reparador de Equipo E1lc-
bchista a Planchista. trico.
Egbert A. Robinson, Wesley V. Marshall, Pedro J. C6rdova, Almacencro a Encar-
Aprendiz Mecainico Tornero a Mecanico gado de Existencias.
Tornero (NAutico). I Aubrey C. Baxter, Conductor dr Camii6n
Bernhard W. F. Schlobohm, Mecainico Tor- a Mcnsajero (Conductor de Vehiculos
nero a Mecanico de Instrumentos Mec- a .Motor).
nicos. Hepburn S. Barber, Mozo de Oficio a
William J. Karns, Meetinico Tornero (Man- Almacenero.
tenimiento) a Primer Capataz Mecanico Juliin E. Brooks, Aseador a Mozo de
Tornero (Mantenimiento). Oficio.
Desmond Williams, MecAnico de M6todos Eugenio Lara, Aseador, Direcci6n de In-i
de Prcservac'ioin a Capataz Encargado genieria y Construcci6n, a Cocinero dec
tle Cuiarto de Herramientas. Conmidas Ligeras.
Edward V, Robinson, Ayndante Construe- Claude V. Halligan, Mozo de Oficio a Tra-
tor de BuItittes a Constructor ide Buques hajador, Secci6n de Legumbres.
(Manitcninmiento). Dorothy S. Edwards, Oficinista a Oficinista
Vincent G. Ilyman, Operario de Equipo de Encargada de Cuentas Corrientes.
Oficina, Contraloria, a Principiante Ilerman K. Laing, Almacenero a Oficinista
(Ayodlante General). de Abastos.


e' iroar. "I, ~DO
siere, Encargado de Mantenimiento de


Lineas de Transmisi6n a Electricista
(Guardalineas).
Joseph Cox, Donald Dabriel, Louis Cox,
Capataz de Mantenimiento de Lineas
de Transmision a Capataz Electricista
(Guardalineas).
Joseph M. Griffith, Ayudante MecAnico
Tornero (Mantenimiento) a Lubricador.
Jose D. Urriola, Encargado de Manteni-
miento a Capataz de Mantenimiento.
Harold A. Josephs, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos), Division de Abastos, a Ayudante
Mecanico Tornero (Mantenimiento).
Samuel A. McFarlane, Reparador de
Equipo Automotor, Direccion de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, a Ayudante
Mecinico Electr6nico.
Victor E. James, Marcador de Carga, Di-
recci6n de Transporte y Terminales, a
Aprendiz Ayudante Electricista (Planta
de Energia Electrica).


El Juego del Palm Bowl Tendra



Lugar el Viernes 18 en Balboa


El traditional juego de fitbol ame-
ricano del Palm Bowl, auspiciado por
el Fondo Unido, se celebrari el vier-
nes 18 de noviembre en el Estadio de
Balboa. Como en el pasado, todos los
boletos cuestan $1 cada uno y toda
la recaudaci6n serA para el Fondo
Unido.

El president del Comit6 del Palm
Bowl este afio, Larry Horine, anunci6
que Charles McArthur esta encargado
de los boletos.
Los boletos pueden comprarse en
los siguientes lugares:
Informaci6n del Edificio de Ad-
ministraci6n;


Oficina de Educaci6n Fisica,
Edificio de Asuntos Civiles,
Cuarto 102;
Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal;
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa;
Universidad de la Zona del
Canal.
El afio pasado el partido entire las
Estrellas y la Escuela Secundaria de
Crist6bal termin6 empatado.
Un espectAculo de estrellas para el
intermedio del juego esti siendo pla-
neado por Samn Maphis. SCN-TV
televisari el partido y el espectAculo.
Se pide a los fanaticos comprar sus
boletos antes del juego, ya que se
espera un Ileno complete.


Las Viejas Mulitas Terminaron



Convertidas en Pura Chatarra


Ya empezaron los trabajadores a
desmantelar la iltima de las viejas
locomotoras de remolque del Canal
de PanamA, que finalmente serA con-
vertida en chatarra.
Esta sera la n6mero 68 que se con-
vierte en hierro viejo desde que fue-
ron gradualmente reemplazadas por
los nuevos models construidos en el
Jap6n en 1964. Las originales, cons-
truidas por la General Electric y con
un peso de casi 50 toneladas, se
remontan a los dias de la apertura
del Canal de PanamA, en 1914,
cuando empezaron a prestar servicios.
Una de las veterans fue colocada
en el Museo del Transporte en St.
Louis, Missouri. Otra fue convertida
en recuerdo hist6rico, en el Museo
Americano de la Electricidad, en
Niskayana, Nueva York.
Otras de las viejas "mulitas" pue-
den verse en la Estaci6n de Ferroca-
rril de Balboa Heights, y en las Esclu-
sas de Gat6n y de Miraflores.
El cortador a llama de gas Oswald
Duggan, que empez6 a cortar la illti-
ma, ha ayudado a cortar todas las
demas mulas, except una que fue
sometida al procedimiento, mientras
61 se encontraba de vacaciones. John
McConaghy, capataz de la Unidad de


Division de Estudios Sobre Canal
A Nivel
Desiderio Regifo, Palanquero, Divisi6n de
Electricidad.
Ancelmo Mena, Primer Capataz Encarga-
do de Mantenimiento, Divisi6n de Elec-
tricidad.
Alvin H. Thomas, Archivero, Direcci6n de
Salubridad, a Guardia.
William L. Brooks, Administrador de Con-
tratos, Divisi6n de Construcci6n, a Ayu-
dante de Servicios Administrativos.
Helen E. Chisholm, Oficinista de Presu-
puesto a Ayudante de Presupuesto.

Division de Mantenimiento
Jose Del C. Pefialoza, Obrero, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados).
Luis A. Visuete, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos, Erradicaci6n de Plagas), Divisi6n
de Sanidad, a Cantero.
James E. Reece, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos), Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, a Pintor.
Victor M. Bricefio, Calderero Encargado
de Proyectos, Direcci6n de Marina, a
Operario de Sistemas de Acueductos.
Manuel Dominguez, Trabajador en Ce-
mento o Asfalto a Capataz Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados).
Ivanhoe Archer, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Capataz Trabajador en Cemento
o Asfalto.
Roberto Beausoleil, Cantero a Capataz
Cantero.
Cirilo P. Rosemond, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados), Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, a
Lubricador.
Felix Morales, Aseador, Direcci6n de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, a Obrero.
Eugenio Chan Ng, Aprendiz de MecAnico
Tornero a MecAnico Tornero (Manteni-
miento).
Juan N. Valverde, Obrero, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a Obre-
ro (Trabajos Pesados).
George R. Egolf, MecAnico Tornero (Man-
tenimiento) a Capataz Mecanico Tor-
nero (Mantenimiento).
Wesley H. Bailey, Capataz MecAnico Tor..
nero (Mantenimiento) a Primer Capa-
taz Montador de Tuberia.
Thelma M. Sasso, Oficinista Esten6grafa
a Secretaria Esten6grafa.
George Gibbs, Jr., MecAnico de Refrigera-
ci6n y Acondicionamiento de Aire a
Capataz MecAnico de Refrigeraci6n y
Acondicionamiento de Aire.
Jos6 A. Campos, Obrero a Ayudante Sol-
dador.
Hugo 0. De Le6n, Ayudante Mecainico de
Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de
Aire a Encargado de Mantenimiento.


Excedentes y Chatarra en la Sec-
ci6n "I", donde el trabajo estA siendo
hecho, dijo que la disecci6n tomarA
unos 4 6 5 dias, si la lluvia no causa
demoras. Ello incluye la separaci6n
y clasificaci6n de ciertas piezas que se
pueden usar posteriormente.
James Doran, Gerente del Dep6-
sito de Excedentes, sefial6 que oca-
sionalmente, hay piezas que se venden
integras. Por ejemplo, una firma de
Puerto Rico compr6 recientemente los
engranajes de una vieja mula, para
usarlos en la molienda de la caila
de azdcar.



La Mala Instalaci6n


De Tuberias Puede


Causar Serios Da os

Un germen microsc6pico que se
deje entrar al agua potable puede
contaminarla y provocar enfermeda-
des en toda una comunidad. Por esta
raz6n, la instalaci6n de equipo o mA-
quinas debe Ilevar el visto bueno de
la Oficina de Vivienda, encargada de
la inspecci6n y de ]a expedici6n de
permisos para trabajos de plomeria.
Se recuerda a los residents de la
Zona del Canal que todo equipo que
requiera agua o conexiones de desa-
giie debe ser instalado por un plome-
ro con licencia de la Zona del Canal,
y s6lo plomeros calificados pueden
tocar las tuberias de agua potable. De
encontrar el inspector de plomeria
una conexi6n defectuosa o imperfecta
hecha por el ocupante de la casa, serA
este quien tendrni que pagar el costo
del arreglo.
Debido a que el agua potable y la
de los desagiies siempre estan pr6xi-
mas, como en los servicios sanitarios,
lavabos y bafios, existe siempre el pe-
ligro de que el agua contaminada
entire a las tuberias de agua potable.
Constituye un serio riesgo para la
salud la instalaci6n incorrect o de-
fectuosa de refrigeradoras el6ctricas
con aparatos para hacer cubitos de
hielo, lavaplatos, fuentes electricas de
agua fria, unidades desechadoras de
desperdicios, piscinas y mangueras
para regar jardines.
La instalaci6n de agua por perso-
nas no autorizadas utilizando tuberia
de segunda mano, tambi6n puede
causar contaminaci6n. El equipo mal
disefiado, que causa corrientes con-
trarias de agua dentro de las cafierias
tambien constitute un serio peligro
para la salud.


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Division de Ingenieria Aslyn A. Clarke, Marcador de Carga, Di-
Divisn de Ingeerrecci6n de Transporte y Terminales, a
Ismael G6mez, Obrero (Mantenimiento de Aprendiz de Ayudante Mecanico de
Vias Ferreas), Direcci6n de Transporte Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de
y Terminales. a Obrero. Aire.
Cirilo Murillo, Obrero a Auxiliar de Topo- (Continard en el prximo nimero)
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Leaders of tomorrow Sing-Out a mes-
sage of liberty for all men and an end
to moral pacifism. They believe in self
discipline and use it to shatter the myth
that the United States is a nation rife
with self-indulgence.


Una modern Juana de Arco es
Linda Blackmore de Los Ange-
les. California, alumna de se-
gundo aiio universitario, cree
que el mismo espiritu que po-
sey6 a la sencilla muchacha
.9 francesa de hace siglos, es nece-
sario actualmente para preser-
var la libertad.










Durante un recorrido por Alemania, visitaron al
ex Canciller alemdn Dr. Konrad Adenauer, quien
exhort a los j6venes a convertir en una realidad
los principios del Rearme Moral tanto en la vida
privada como en la ptblica en cada naci6n.


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Lideres del future cantan un mensaje
de libertad para todos los hombres y
para terminar con el pacifismo moral.
Creen en la autodisciplina y la uti-
lizan para romper el mito de que
Estados Unidos es una naci6n .de
desenfreno.


Sing-Out '66 visitaron Espafia en donde
Sing-Out '66 goes to Spain, appearing se presentaron ante 3.500 estudiantes de
before 3,500 University of Madrid stu- la Universidad de Madrid durante un
dents in summer military training near entrenamiento military de verano cerca
Segovia. From the reaction of the audi- de Segovia. Por la reacci6n del audito-
ence, the visitors appeared to have made rio, los visitantes tuvieron un gran 6xito
a big hit and many friends. y adquirieron muchos amigos.


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