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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 25, 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: VID00590
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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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

Vol. V, No. 23 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, November 25, 1966



The number of oceangoing ships
passing through the Panama Canal
continued to increase during the first
4 months of the present fiscal year.
According to official Panama Canal
figures, there were 4,335 blue-water
vessels using the Canal during July,
August, September, and October of
1966, compared to 4,227 during a
similar period in 1965, which was a
record-breaking traffic year. Of this
number, 4,041 were commercial
ships, 258 were U.S. Government-
owned and 36 were classified as free.
Cargo and tolls figures for the first
4 months of the fiscal year showed a
more marked increase, indicating the
continued increase in the size of the
ships using the Canal and the amount
of cargo they carry.
Cargo transported during this
period totaled 30,130,770 long tons,
more than 2 million long tons over
that reported for the first 4 months
of last year. Tolls showed a similar
increase over the same period.
Because of the early rainy season
and the high level of Gatun Lake
since early August, many large ships
have had their cargo-carrying poten-
tialities increased by an increase in
the permissible tropical fresh water
draft to 39 feet. This draft allowance,
which had been in effect since July 29,
was increased another 6 inches last
During September all existing
cargo records were broken when the
Japanese flag Onomichi Maru arrived
with 53,207 long tons of coal en route
from Baltimore to Japan. Also transit-
ing during September was the bulk
oil-ore carrier Naess Norseman, which
had the largest summer deadweight
of any commercial ship on Canal

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Scenes like this one were duplicated in many Canal Zone homes yesterday when families lifted up their hearts and
bowed their heads in Thanksgiving prayer "to thank Him for the many blessings they are so fortunate to enjoy."
Typical of the Thanksgiving dinner served wherever the American Tradition is enjoyed is this one prepared by Mrs.
William Affeltranger of Los Rios which included the classic turkey with all the trimmings: giblet gravy, mashed
potatoes, baked sweet potatoes, carrots and peas, green salad, waldorf salad, a relish dish, cranberry sauce, and for
dessert, delicious pumpkin pie. At the festive table are Mr. and Mrs. Affeltranger and their children Leslie Ann, 15,
Eric, 9, Mark Van, 13, and Deborah Lynn, 11.

Too Late To Be Early, But How's

Your Christmas Package Mailing?

Have you mailed your Christmas The Postal Division reminds res-
packages? idents that Christmas surface mail for
The Canal Zone Postal Division the United States must be posted by
reports that a lot of people in the December 4 in order that it may be
Canal Zone have already. sure to reach its destination in time for
Nine tons of Christmas mail, mostly Christmas.
packages and parcels, left the Canal Airmail, overseas (including APO's)
Zone by ship during the past week mailing dates are from December 1
en route to the United States. to December 10. To the United
In the meantime, large shipments States, they are from December 10
of parcels already are arriving in the to 15.
Canal Zone from the United States.
It is presumed that many items in this Parfitt e'
mail are orders made by local
residents. P rPCC flCknt f

Perantie Named Canal Zone

Selective Service Director
Appointment of H. I. Perantie, While Assistant to the Executive
Chief of the Panama Canal's Admin- Secretary, in August 1951, he organ-
istrative Services Division, as Direc- ized and coordinated the registration
tor of Selective Service for the Canal of male U.S. citizens in the Canal
Zone has been announced, effective Zone for the draft under the 1951
November 16. draft law.
In this post he succeeds Forrest G. From 1951 to 1957, he served as a
Dunsmoor, former Deputy Executive member of Local Board 1, Pacific
Secretary and Administrative Assist- Area.
ant to Governor, who recently retired Perantie is the fourth State Direc-
from Canal service, tor of the Canal Zone's Selective Serv-
Perantie has been Deputy Director ice. His predecessors were Gus
of Selective Service for the Canal Medinger, Marc Quinn, and Duns-
Zone since July 1957. moor.

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Scout Council
Lt. Gov. II. R. Parfitt was elected
president of the Canal Zone Council,
Boy Scouts of America, for 1967 at
the annual business meeting of the
council held at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club. He will succeed Brig.
Cen. William K. Skaer, USAF,
January 1.
Elected honorary presidents were
Ambassador Charles W. Adair, Jr.,
Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr., and Gen.
Robert W. Porter, Jr., USA. Vice
Presidents for 1967 will be Maj. Gen.
James D. Alger, USA, Maj. Gen.
R. J. Clizbe, USAF, Rear Adm. Ralph
C. Johnson, USN, Dr. Bernard K.
Levin, Stuart Reed, and Paul M.
(Continued on p. 4)

Shrine Ceremonial, Parade Saturday
Saad Temple, Ancient Arabic as they perform their antics. Other Commencing at 6:30 p.m., Satur-
f the Nobles of the Mystic participating units will be the Motor day evening, the Amador Officers
vill hold its annual Fall Cere- Patrol, with crazy cars, little scooters Open Mess will be the scene of the
Saturday. and Model T's, the Legion of Honor ceremonial banquet and dance for all
arade will form at the Scot- and Horse Patrol. Members of the Shriners and their ladies in the area.
Temple at 10 a.m., proceed Directors Staff will properly escort Candidates and their wives will be
lboa Road to the Post Office, new candidates along the parade guests.
ht down the Prado to the route. Although most people only see the
urn left via Gorgona Road Highlight of the parade will be the Shrine at play or in their colorful
osevelt Avenue to Corozo Shrine Club of Puerto Rico Steel parades, there is a more serious side

Street, terminating at the Shrine Units
Building on Gaillard Highway.
H. Vance Howard, Jr., Illustrious
Potentate of Abou Saad Temple, cor-
dially invites the public of Panama
and the Canal Zone to station them-
selves along the parade route to view
the Shrine in all its glory. The Clown i
Unit of the Crossroads Shrine Club
will distribute lollipops to the children

Band. This renowned group has per-
formed throughout the United States
at Shrine Conventions and Imperial
Banquets. This, however, will be their
initial appearance at their "Home"
Temple and in the Canal Zone.
There will be a luncheon at El
Panama Hilton for the ladies, Satur-
day noon, featuring a style show by
Sarah's Fashions of Panama.

School Seal

Selected by

CZC Students
Canal Zone College now has an
official seal.
The Canal Zone College Student
Association recently asked all inter-
ested students to submit a design for
a school seal-the design to signify the
uniqueness of the college.
Mary Garcia came up with the win-
ning design, decided by vote of the
student body.
The different features of the design
The three partitions in the outer
circle-the three sets of locks of the
Panama Canal.
The lamp in the upper portion-
light and guidance.
The ship-discovery and navigation.
The inscription "Sofia Ine Proodos,"
translated from the Greek, means
"Knowledge Is Progress."
Sports enthusiasts will recognize
Mary as one of the Canal Zone Col-
lege cheerleaders. Students know her
as one of the most active persons on
the campus. She is president of the
sophomore class, and vice president
of the Newman Community. After
completing college she hopes to be an
elementary school teacher.


Big Show

Here for

2 Days
(Picture on Page 4)
Top entertainment is on tap in the
Canal Zone next week.
Tihany's American Music Hall
circus, a spectacular 2-hour show,
has been booked for four perform-
ances at the Balboa Theater Novem-
ber 28 and 29. Show times are set for
7 and 9 p.m.
The glittering extravaganza, featur-
ing master magician Tihany, includes
many circus acts and a chorus of
precision dancing girls.
Tihany, who has appeared on the
Ed Sullivan Show and has amazed
audiences all over the world with his
skillful sleight of hand and incredible
illusions, has been joined on the
Isthmus by Germany's famed Hiller
Girls, who flew in from Hamburg to
Become part of the show.
The circus has been playing to
packed audiences in Panama City.
Billing himself as a "master thief,"
Tihany proves it during the show as
he mingles among the audience dis-
tracting them with card tricks as he
removes watches and neckties with
an amazing light-fingered touch.
Jugglers, comic musicians, tumb-
lers, balancing acts, and dancing girls
combine to make a fast-moving
variety show built around Tihany's
own style of prestidigitation. His
smooth execution of tried and true
illusions, such as sawing a girl in half,
a variation of the old Houdini-type
acts, and a levitation number, add an
outstanding quality to the show.
In addition to the Hiller Girls,
Tihany's own chorus line alternates
with circus acts throughout the show.
Intricate choreography is skillfully
blended into the magician's stylized
illusions with attractive costumes and
artful lighting effects.
Admission prices for the Canal
Zone performances, booked as a
United Fund benefit, are at $2.50 for
orchestra seats, $1.50 for balcony.

Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks _.....__ 1,687
Gatun Locks --____ __ ... 205
Las Cruces,
partial transits, 9_ 752
Diana, partial transit, 1 -___ 8
Civil Affairs Museum ....... 305
Summit Gardens _._______. 642
Ship transits:
Donizetti ...___.____ 413
Rossini- _. _._. ___ __ 192
Grand total 4,204

to its work. This is evidenced by
appropriations in excess of $27 million
this year for operation of their 19
hospitals for crippled children and
3 institutes for severely burned chil-""'
dren. Crippled and burned children,
are accepted in the Shriners institu-
tions of mercy up to the age of 15
years of age, without regard to race,
color, or creed. Mary Garcia holds her winning design for the Canal Zone College official seal.


November 25, 1966

Two Coco Solo Doctors had a single goal-Viet Nam-during annual leave.
Dr. Robert B. Price (left) of the Medical Service, Coco Solo Hospital, is now
in Viet Nam as a volunteer physician. Dr. Ronald E. Moore (right), Obstetrical-
Gynecological Service, Coco Solo Hospital, recently returned after serving
2 months as a volunteer physician for Viet Nam.

Canal Zone Physicians

"'Vacation" in Viet Nam

Dr. Robert B. Price of the Medical
Service at Coco Solo Hospital is
spending 2 months' annual leave in
Viet Nam as a volunteer physician,
which means that all his expenses are
paid, but he receives no salary for the
Viet Nam service.
Another member of the Coco Solo
Medical Staff, Dr. Ronald E. Moore,
has just returned from serving for
2 months as a volunteer physician for
Viet Nam.
Both volunteered in the program
presently known as A.M.A. Volunteer
Physicians for Viet Nam, which was
organized about a year ago under the
direction of U.S. AID to supply med-
ical assistance to the Viet Namese
"The need for this medical assist-
ance is almost impossible to appre-
ciate," said Dr. Moore, who worked
in the Viet Namese hospital in the city
of Tha Trang. South Viet Nam, he
said, has a population of about
15,000,000 people and there are about
1,000 Viet Namese physicians. Of this
number, however, approximately 700
are in the Viet Namese Army, leaving
300 doctors to treat the civilian
Although the workload was heavy,
and there was frequently a shortage of
equipment and supplies, Dr. Moore
stated that this was an experience he
wouldn't have missed. He is hopeful,
he said, of returning to Viet Nam for
a second tour there sometime in the
Dr. Price, who is now in Viet Nam
as a volunteer physician, said his
reason for volunteering is because of
the obligation he feels since the U.S.
Army and the U.S. Government spon-
sored a large share of his college and
undergraduate education under the
Army program and the GI Bill of
Rights. Another factor that influenced
his decision to take his annual leave as
a volunteer doctor in Viet Nam is that

Nurses Needed

The Panama Canal organization
needs registered nurses, on both sides
of the Isthmus, who wish to work full
time or intermittently.
The Health Bureau of the Panama
Canal organization needs part-time
and full-time registered nurses, Grades
NM-5 and NM-6, to perform a variety
of professional nursing services. Start-
ing annual salaries are $5,331.00 for
Grade NM5 and $6,130.65 for Grade

he has had a long-standing interest in
Asia and the Far East.
Dr. Price, who has been a member
of the Internal Medicine Staff at Coco
Solo Hospital since 1963, was born
in Foochow, China, while his father
was stationed there as U.S. Consul.
Dr. Price enlisted for service in
World War II and then returned to
school. In 1952 he received his M.D.
degree at Stanford University. His
internship and internal medicine res-
idence training followed at Stanford
University Hospital and Fort Miley
Hospital, San Francisco.
He was Chief of Medicine at the
Hospital of American Samoa from
1956-58; was Chief of Medicine,
Amarillo Veterans Administration Hos-
pital from 1959-61; and in private
practice of internal medicine, 1961-63
at Sanama, Calif. In 1952 he married
Piemette Lataste, a French-born
naturalized U.S. citizen who came to
the United States after World War II
on a Fulbright scholarship. They have
one son, Daniel, aged 6.

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

2:00-SCN News
2:05-The Christophers
2:20-Chapel of the Air
'2:50-Sacred Heart
3:05-Parade of Sports
5:05-Navy Training Film:
"Goblin on the Doorstep"
5:30-Mickie Finn's
6:30-Sports Wrap Up
7:00-Chevy Mystery Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Dean Martin Summer Show
9:00-Hearst Metrotone Telenews
9:05-Greek To You
9:30-Death Valley Days
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Science Report
10:30-EBF: "The Book"
10:45-Social Security in Action
4:15-Repeat: Death Valley Days
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Roger Miller
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-Lawrence Welk (Premiere)
9:00-Armchair Theater:
"The Return of Frank
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Ted Mack
4:15-Repeat: My Favorite Martian
5:00-SCN News
5:30-NET: "Beginnings"
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Special: "The Baffling World
of ESP"
8-00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Armchair Theater:
"The Fireball"
10:30-Focus on Today
4:15-Repeat: Wonders of the World
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)

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:
Ringling Bros. Circus
9:00-Armchair Theater: "Dragnet"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-EBF: "Sleep for Health"
4:15-Repeat: Danny Thomas
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
6:30-Silver Wings
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-"What's My Line?"
7:30-Andy Griffith
8-00-SCN News
8:05-Milton Berle
9:00-Armchair Theater:
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-The Third Man
4:15-Repeat: Andy Griffith
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Man In Space
6:30-Sportsman's Holiday
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Joey Bishop
8'00- SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye
9:00-Armchair Theater:
"Sentimental Journey"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Swinging Country
2:00-SCN Afternoon News
2:05-Cartoon Carnival
"Crusader Rabbit"
"Felix The Cat"
3:00-"Captain Kangaroo"
4:00-"Magic Land of Alakazam"
4:30-Sports Highlights
5:00-Wrestling from Olympic
6:00-Weekend '66
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
8'00-SCN News
8:05-"Sing Along With Mitch"
9:00-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life


By Eleanor D. Burnham

Islands of Angry Ghosts, by Hugh recorded. Through three succeeding
Edwards, is part history and part 20th centuries there was uncertainty and
century undersea adventure. The speculation about the location of the
story centers about the flagship Bata- wreck of the Batavia. Now the pro-

via of the Dutch East India Co. which
in 1629 ran aground on a reef and
sank off the coast of Australia. Her
crew and passengers escaped to tiny
islands, where they became involved
in one of the bloodiest mutinies ever

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
November 26, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:05 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-The Plainsman
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Wild On The Beach
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Do Not Disturb
Fri., 7:00 p.m.-Maya
Sat.-Northwest Mounted Police
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Jesse James
vs. The Daltons
Tues.-Curse Of The Fly
Wed.-Sands Of The Kalahafi
Thurs.-Strange Lady In Town
Fri.-Rio Bravo
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Yankee
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Glenn Miller Story
Sun.-Curse Of The Fly
Tues.-Sands Of The Kalahari
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Kiss Them For Me
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Nevada Smith
Mon.-Clash Of Steel
Wed.-I'd Climb The Highest Mountain
Thurs.-Along The Great Divide
Fri.-The Trouble With Angels
Sat.-Surf Party
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-
The Russians Are Coming, The Russians
Are Coming
Tues.-I Confess
Wed.-The Story On Page One
Thurs.-What's New Pussycat?
Fri.-The Glenn Miller Story
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Crimson Blade

Sat.-A Stitch In Time
q-- -i ,t,: Q1 ll

Ia unday ivliene, ;OU p.m.-Hnarold
Interested persons should contact I Lloyd's Wonderful World Of Comedy
I Sun.-The Moving Target
Gary P. Dunsmoor, Personnel Bureau, Mon.-NO SHOW
-16 29 Rr 2-3449 Tues.-What's New Pussycat?
2-1662, 2-3618, or 2-3449. Wed.-NO SHOW

Thurs.-I Confess
Fri.-Northwest Mounted Police

Special Matinees
-All Films AYC-
Saturday, November 26, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Adventures Of Robin Hood-Olivia de
Havilland, Basil Rathbone: Adventure,
romance, comedy, holds one in suspense
because of the constant dangers involved
and an effort to bring about justice.
(Spanish titles.) (Color.) T-109 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.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.
2:00 p.m.
Sword In The Stone-Walt Disney's tale
of the legendary boyhood of King
Arthur. (Spanish titles.) (Color.)
T-85 mins.
6:15 p.m.
The Searchers John Wayne, Jeffrey
Hunter: The authentic West has never
given us a story so unforgettably differ-
ent as this Technicolor outdoor drama.
T-126 mins.
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.

blem finally has been solved by Hugh
Edwards, skindiver and journalist.
The drama of the search of the wreck
by divers rounds out a tale which will
fascinate lovers of the sea.
Last Adventure, the final chapter
in the saga of Osa and Martin John-
son, was completed by Mrs. Johnson
shortly before her death in 1953. The
manuscript, stored away with other
belongings, recently was discovered
by her mother and was edited by
Pascal Imperato of the Tulane Uni-
versity School of Medicine. Dr.
Imperato included a brief account of
earlier Johnson explorations as a
prologue to the book. Fans of Mrs.
Johnson's other travel tales-"I Mar-
ried Adventure," "Four Years in Para-
dise," and "Bride in the Solomons"-
will read this story of life and explora-
tion in North Borneo with nostalgia.

Robert Griffon

President of CHS

Honor Society

Pre-Med Student

Robert Griffon, this year's president
of the National Honor Society at Cris-
tobal High School, is studying Russian
and plans to enroll in Tulane Univer-
sity or Stanford University to pursue
a medical career in internal medicine.
He is a son of Hollis Griffon, detec-
tive, Cristobal Police, and Mrs. Louise
Griffon, secretary to the Director,
Coco Solo Hospital. His paternal
grandfather, Ernesto De La Ossa, was
formerly Governor of the Province of
Colon and at one time Ambassador
from Panama to the United Nations.
His great-grandmother, Mrs. Louisa
Healey, was a Roosevelt medal holder.
Robert, who is 5th in a class of 113
at Cristobal High School, attended
Canal Zone schools all his life.
Besides maintaining his scholastic
standing, he ranks high in sports
events. He was the Canal Zone teen-
age champion in ping-pong tourna-
ments for 4 years. Since starting bowl-
ing at Margarita in the men's leagues,
he has come within 8 pins of tying
the Isthmian record.
Robert's mother was a graduate of
Cristobal High and his brother, Hollis,
and sister, Judy Griffon Armistead, are
Cristobal High School graduates.
Hollis is now enrolled in Canal Zone
College. Judy attended Florida State
University and is living in Cincinnati,
His uncle, Ernest De La Ossa, also
a Cristobal High School graduate, was
graduated from Columbia University
and now resides in San Francisco,
Calif., where he is vice president of
Foremost Dairies and president of
Foremost Dairies International, in
charge of overseas operation.

Curundu Principal

Dinner Speaker
John C. Fawcett, Principal of
Curundu Junior High School, will be
the principal speaker at a dinner
meeting of the Council for Excep-
lf l.I Chililld T;irlnv TFid D b 2J.0

Instead of reexaminig the past,at the lbrook NCO Club.
Donald N. Michael in The Next Gen- C
A Chinese dinner will be served at
eration is studying the prospects for A Chinese dinner will be served at
youth today and is anticipating life for 6:15 p.m.
The after-dinner topic will be
them in the next 20 years. This book The after-dinner toping-some com-
appeared originally as a Government ents on a controversy."
report, but its implications, recom- Remarks, observations, and ques-
mendations and the interest which it tions will be by Mrs. Frances Samp-
has generated resulted in its publica- tions will be by Mrs. Frances Samp-
has generated resulted in its public, sell, Assistant Superintendent, U.S.
tion by a commercial publisher. It sell, Assistant Superintendent, U.S.
doesn't give a flat prediction Elementary Schools; Clarence Vos-
future opportunities, but it does give burgh, instructor at the Canal Zone
., .- .. .. l College, and Mrs. Annie Laurie
iuuy y uti ii Ld ~i 5 uR tit'

today s youtL anll i ea oit wiat ile t
may expect.
The Last Hero is the story of
Donald Camplbell and his dedication
to establishing a new land speed
record in 196(.l. Campbell, the son of
Sir Mlcomhn, made his famous race
on one of the most difficult and

Halvosa, teacher at the Fort Gulick
Elementary School.

Nativity Pageant
Rehearsals for the Balboa Union
Church Nativity Pageant are under-
way under the direction of Mrs.

GATUN dangerous race tracks in the world- Angela Bomford. The Nativity pres-
2:00 p.m. the salt desert called Lake Eyre in entation', which had its beginning last
Journey To The Center Of The Earth-Pat o
Boone, James Mason: A picture that's Australia. His constant companion on year, will be presented at the patio of
out of this world is. romance in the the long trip from England and during El Panama Hilton lHotel December 20
lost city of Atlantis. (Repeat run.) (Scope
and color.) T-140 mins. the hardships which he endured at 8:30 p.m. and on the Adroinistra-
*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex- before the race was newspaperman tion Building steps December 22 at
cept as shown. Program subject to change John Pearson, who wrote this story. 7:30 p.m.
without notice.

Page 2


November 25, 1966



Janice Dennis, second from right, first place winner in a school-wide essay
contest at Curundu Junior High School, receives an award from Student
Association President Marge Engelke. At right is Rosemarie Woods and
second from left is Mary Anne Tatman, both runners-up in the contest.

Education Essay Winner

Janice Dennis of Grade 9, Curundu One runner-up in the contest was
Junior High School, was the first place Mary Anne Tatman, daughter of Mr.
winner in a school-wide essay contest! and Mrs. Charles M. Tatman of
on the subject "How Education Adds Balboa. Her father is a teacher at
Up For Me." Her name is to be in-! Curundu Junior High School. The
scribed on a permanent plaque in the other runner up was Rosemarie
school and she received a pen set. Woods, daughter of M. and Mrs.
Janice is a daughter of M. Sgt. and James E. Woods of Albrook AFB.
Mrs. Alfred H. Dennis of Howard These two also received pen sets.
AFB. The winning essay:
E-education Enables me to prepare myself for the future and for the goals
of life I must meet . .
D-shows me the Direction I should go to reach my place in life . .

U-Unites me with the world so I can learn about people and their ways
of life . .
C-gives me the opportunity to express my Curiosity and increase my knowl-
edge by finding out about things that I don't fully understand . .
A-will give me the Ability to cope with everyday situations . .

T-education's purpose is to make me Think and work in order to earn a
living later . .
I -develops my Interest in things I normally would not care about . .

0-can mean that if I get good schooling many more Opportunities will be
open to me . .
N-education to me is a Necessity if I want to make something of myself.

Swim Team Workouts Started

Balboa High School and Canal
Zone College have begun combined
swim team workouts with dryland
exercises from 3 to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday at the Balboa Gym.
Coach Herbert Raybourn has 42
students in training for the high school
team; thus far, only one for the college
There are four swim meets sched-

uled for this year; all are for boys
and girls:
Quadrangular at Coco Solo, 2 p.m.,
December 2.
Quadrangular at Balboa, 2 p.m.,
December 9.
Meet at Coco Solo, 2 p.m., Decem-
ber 16.
Meet at Balboa, 5 p.m., Decem-
ber 23.

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Gus Rocos (left) as Creon and Malena Bremer as Antigone in a scene from the
play of the same name which will be the first production of this school year
of the Balboa High School Drama Club, December 2 and 3. The play,
Antigone, is a modem version of an ancient Greek tragedy. It was written by
Jean Anouilh, and adapted by Lewis Galantiere. The cast consists of 17 actors
with nearly 100 people working hard backstage and behind the scenes.
Tickets will go on sale November 21. Prices are $1 for adults, 75 cents for
non-S.A. members, and 25 cents for S.A. members and elementary school-
children. Curtain time is 8 p.m.

Little, Farm

League Tryouts

Start Nov. 28
All boys aged 8 to 12 wishing to
play baseball this season in the Pacific
Little League or Farm League must
try out November 28 through Decem-
ber 3 to be eligible to play.
All boys should report to the Pacific
Little League ball park at 4:30 p.m.
the following days:
Monday, November 28-Ages 12
and 11.
Tuesday, November 29-Age 10.
Wednesday, November 30-Age 9.
Thursday, December 1-Age 8.
Applications may be obtained and
filled out by parents on any of the
tryout days. In the event of rain on
any of the above days, all boys who
have not as yet tried out because of
rain or other reasons should report to
the Pacific Little League field at 4:30
p.m. Friday, December 2, or Satur-
day, December 3, at 9 a.m.
Boys who were on one of the six
League teams during the 1966 season
need not try out.
This is the 17th year that the Pacific
Little League has been affiliated with
and has been granted a charter by the
official Little League in the United
States with headquarters at Williams-
port, Pa. Being an official Little
League, the Pacific Little League
must and does follow all the Rules
and Regulations of Little League
Little League officials for the 1967
season are: Tom Spencer, president;
Fred Mohl, vice president; Al Hen-
dricks, treasurer; Joyce Boatwright,
secretary; Bob Medinger, equipment
manager; Ed Eder, business manager;
Bud Harris, Veep Farm League and
player agent; Pinky Barnes, super-
intendent of fields.

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Helen Grimse, who teaches art at
Canal Zone College, will exhibit her
painting techniques for 10 days start-
ing Friday at the Asociaci6n Pana-
mefio Norteamericana, 66, Avenida
Peru. Mrs. Grimse has painted in the
United States, Mexico, and Europe
and does most of her work in a small
studio apartment near El Panama
Hilton. She also ranges through-
out Panama's countryside to sketch
churches and sea-sky-landscapes.

First Aid Course

Completed by 27

Twenty-seven employees of the
Panama Canal's Industrial Division
have completed a first aid training
Two 10-hour first aid courses were
conducted by W. E. LeDoux of the
Locks Division in the Training Room
of the Industrial Division's main office
Those who took the instruction
were: V. D. Ridge, V. F. Buimundo,
K. F. Willis, J. N. Gill, W. W. Fitz-
simmons, V. Godoy, R. L. Greene,
H. Young, W. M. Wesley, W. E.
Greene, R. E. Lowe, W. Reid, W. A.
Rankin, E. V. Baptiste, M. Burza,
R. G. Stern, H. G. Forbes, M. de la
Espada, C. M. Innis, E. J. Moolchan,
E. J. Hepner, R. H. Gray, C. Moulton,
P. 0. Borg, C. G. Johnson, M. G.
Housley, and H. Small.

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Ira M. Payne, left, general construction inspector, Atlantic area, receives a
hearty handshake with the certificate awarding him a Quality Step Increase,
presented by Construction Division Chief Robert J. Risberg. The award, one
of the highest given by the Canal organization, is in recognition of Payne's
sustained high quality performance.


Earl S. Barber, from Utility Worker, Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau, to
Gwendoline P. Jordan, from Card Punch
Operator, Data Processing Division, to
Cargo Classifier, General Canal Expense.
Navigation Division
Bertha B. Brown, from Procurement Clerk
(Typing) to Accounting Clerk (Typing).
Christian J. Gundersen, from Pilot to Assist-
ant Captain of the Port.
Santiago Machado, from Seaman (Launch)
to Launch Operator.
Cyril Holt, from Seaman to Leader Sea-
Am6rico A. Barreto, from Linehandler
(Deckhand) to Seaman (Launch).
Industrial Division
Arthur Holder, Fitzgerald C. Forde, from
Oiler to Bridge Crane Operator.
George P. Allgaier, from Lead Foreman
Machinist (Marine) to General Foreman
Machinist (Maintenance).
Randolph L. Green, from Maintenanceman
(Rope and Wire Cable) to Rigger.
Sinico Hall, from Helper Machinist to
Bridge Crane Operator.
Gershon A. Williams, from Guard to Guard
Tyrone D. Jones, from Apprentice (Pipe-
fitter, 2d Year) to Apprentice (Pipefitter,
3d Year).
Percival E. Dale, Jr., from Apprentice
(Boilermaker, 4th Year) to Boilermaker.
Felix Waisome, from Clerk Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee) to Clerk.
Locks Division
Hilary L. Maynard, Andres Perez, from
Helper Lock Operator to Maintenance-
man (Rope and Wire Cable).
Jonathan B. Broad, Morgan E. Holcomb,
Leopold Cimino, from Lock Operator
(Electrician) to Leader Lock Operator
Clint M. Holcomb, from Control House
Operator to Lead Foreman (Lock Oper-
Roy S. Wallace, from Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Electrician) to Control House Oper-
Darwin E. Pope, from Lock Operator (Ma-
chinist) to Leader Lock Operator (Ma-
Rodolph Gayle, from Warehouseman, Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau, to
Helper Welder.
Terminals Division
Alfonso R. Rowland, Donald H. Sanderson,
Alberto G. Knight, David R. Caton, from
Cargo Marker to Clerk (Checker).
Fred W. Sapp, from Supervisory Cargo
Checking Assistant to Lead Foreman
(Dock Stevedoring).
Charles N. Norris, from Supervisory Ac-
countant, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, to Administrative Services
William M. Brown, from Graduate Intern
(General Transportation) to Transporta-
tion Operations Specialist.
Nacal 0. Bernard, from Stevedore to
Leader (Dock Stevedoring).
Jose C. Martinez, from Laborer to Laborer
Marcus Aird, from Cargo Control Clerk to
Cargo Operations Clerk.
Samuel Bradiel, from Heating Equipment
Mechanic (Maintenance) to Boilermaker
John L. Smith, from Liquid Fuels Wharf-
man to Leader Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
Ernie E. Wareham, from File Clerk to
Cargo Checker.
Juan V. Sabl6, from Helper Liquid Fuels
Wharfman to Liquid Fuels Wharfman.
Neville C. Thompson, Napole6n B. Ashby,
Hlarold Hall, Gerald A. Small, Valentine
0. )e Sousa, from Clerk (Checker) to
Cargo Checker.

Sofia Yhap, from Admitting Clerk, Health
Bureau, to Secretary (Stenography).
Motor Transportation Division
Isaac Stewart, from Chauffeur to Mobile
Equipment Mechanic (Organizational).
Rodrigo D. Manrn, Truck Driver, from
Supply and Community Service Bureau.
Eduardo Osborne, from Helper Refrigera-
tion and Air-Conditioning Mechanic, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau, to
Truck Driver.
Community Services Division
Edward B. Webster, from Housing Project
Assistant to Housing Project Manager.
Luther E. Gray, from Leader Laborer
(Cleaner) to Leader Laborer (Heavy).
Giraldo Mor, from Laborer to Grounds
Maintenance Equipment Operator.
Lyda Lobo, from Clerk-Typist to Clerk
Pablo Carr, from Laborer (Cleaner) to
Leader Laborer (Cleaner).
Alberto L. Brown, from Time and Leave
Clerk to Clerk.
Leonidas Ortiz, Genaro A. Lara, Carlos
Green, Justino Salazar, Pedro A. Rivera,
Ildefonso Ayala, Bernardo Del Cid, An-
tonio K. Ford, Arturo G6mez, Angel F.
Reyes, from Laborer to Laborer (Heavy).
Supply Division
Juan D. Aguilar, Antonio Bazin, Manuel
Bonilla, from Laborer (Cleaner) to Utility
Eminent T. Harper, from Commissary Store
Manager to Sales Store Manager.
Dwight M. Van Evera, Jr., from Super-
visory Procurement Agent to Supervisory
General Supply Assistant.
Elizabeth S. Coleman, from Budget and
Accounting Analyst to Supervisory
Rae N. Ebdon, from Accounting Assistant
to General Supply Assistant.
Frank L. Ostrander, from Graduate Intern
(Administrative Services) Marine Bureau,
to Retail Store Manager.
Mary H. Thompson, from Chief Usher
(Balboa Theater) to Ticket Seller (Bal-
boa Theater).
Ruth Crouch, from Usher (Theaters) to
Chief Usher (Balboa Theater).
Cuthbert C. Butcher, from Clerk, Office of
the Comptroller, to Supply Clerk.
Lucinda M. Alleyne, from Sales Store Clerk
to Clerk.
Cecil D. Gooding, from Assistant Commis-
sary Store Manager, to Assistant Sales
Store Manager.
Samuel C. Squires, from Sales Section Head
to Supervisory Sales Store Clerk.
Eliseo Gonzalez, from Utility Worker to
Laborer (Heavy).
Norma R. Stamp, from Clerk-Typist to
Voucher Examiner.
Enid E. Herbert, from Food Service
Worker to Counterwoman.
Amado Rodriguez, from Utility Worker to
Bowling Alley Attendant.
Ruperto E. McEachron, from Sales Store
Clerk to Supervisory Sales Store Clerk.
Wilfredo J. Davis, from Utility Worker to
Bowling Center Supervisor.
Carlos M. Caddie, from Laborer (Heavy) to
Joseph Higgs, from Utility Worker to Gro-
cery Attendant.
Percival Dixon, from Messenger to Supply
Alfred J. Headley, from Supply Clerk to
Truck Driver.
Norberto Cardenas, from Laborer (Cleaner)
to Supply Clerk.
Noel E. Bennett, Jr., from Utility Worker
to Sales Store Clerk.
Felipe Aguilar, from Food Service Worker
to Grocery Attendant.
Electrical Division
Ray S. Witt, from Miachiniist (Maintenance)
to Shift Engineer (Mechanical).
Barbara H. Geoghegan, from Telephone
and Radio Dispatchlier, Police Division,
to Telephone Operotor.
Abraham Herntindez, trom Plancaman to
Construction Division

James W. Shohe, from Central Office Re-
Railroad Division pairnian, Electrical Division, to Inspector
Clarence K. Lambert, Jr., from Lead Fore- lobto E. Earle, fro Engineering Drafts-
man (Roundhouse) to General Foreman ti
(Roundhouse). to general Foreman (Architectural), Engineering Divi-
Ross E. Pase, from Lead Foreman C to Construction Inspector (General).
Ross E. Pase, from Lead Foreman Carmai
Wood and Steel) to General Foreman (Continued on p. 4)
Carman (Wood and Steel).

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Master magician Tihany and part of his troupe, including Germany's famed Hiller Girls, pose for a curtain call at
the close of one of their spectacular 2-hour performances in Panama. The show, a skillful blending of circus and
variety acts, has been booked for a 2-day run at the Balboa Theater on Monday and Tuesday, November 28 and 29.


Twenty-four Panama Canal em-
ployees, with a total of over 550 years'
U.S. Government service, retired
from service wtih the Canal organiza-
tion in October and November.
The retiring employees, with their
places of employment, and years of

Miss Claude M. Aycock, Teacher
(Senior High School, U.S. Schools),
Schools Division, Pacific side: 27
years, 1 month, 16 days.
Calmer A. Batalden, Teacher (Senior
High School, U.S. Schools), Schools
Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 2
months, 12 days.
Daniel Burrell, Nursing Assistant,
Corozal Hospital, Pacific side: 8
years, 7 months, 29 days.
Mrs. Clara M. Chambers, Supervisory
Administrative Services Assistant,
Navigation Division, Atlantic side:
27 years, 3 months, 21 days.
Mrs. Joyce B. Clark, Supervisory
Clerical Assistant (Typist), Supply
Division, Pacific side: 23 years, 5
months, 27 days.
Mrs. Jessie W. Degenaar, Accounting
Technician, Accounting Division,
Pacific side: 22 years, 9 months,
10 days.
Mrs. Mary W. Ewing, Payroll Con-
trol Assistant, Payroll Branch, Pa-
cific side: 30 years, 7 days.
Rafael C. Granados, Grounds Mainte-
nance Equipment Operator (Small),
Community Services Division,
Atlantic side: 19 years, 7 months,
17 days.
Victor B. Guinsan, Gardner, Commu-
nity Services Division, Pacific side:
26 years, 10 months, 10 days.
Carl W. Hoffmeyer, Clerk, Mail Han-
dling Unit, Postal Division, Pacific
side: 33 years, 9 months, 16 days.
Alexander Johnson, Linehandler,
Locks Division, Atlantic side: 9
years, 3 months, 10 days.
George B. Johnson, Utility Worker,
Supply Division, Atlantic side: 39
years, 2 months, 6 days.
Mrs. Mary T. Lavallee, Clerical
Assistant, Police Division, Pacific
side: 15 years, 5 months, 7 days.
Mrs. Ella Lombroia, Kindergarten
Assistant, Schools Division, Pacific
side: 23 years, 2 months, 11 days.
Jesse R. Martie, Guard, Locks Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 18 years, 8
months, 18 days.
Capt. Niles A. Nielsen, Chief Officer
of the Panama Canal's SS Cristobal,
Water Transportation Division: 26
years, 8 months, 13 days.
Egbert G. Richarson, Liquid Fuels
Wharfman, Terminals Division,
Atlantic side: 22 years, 4 months,
28 days.
Rajinder Singh, Stevedore, Terminals

Yule Events Planned
The Paraiso Civic Council is plan-
ning special holiday festivities start-
ing with a community Christmas Treat
for elementary school age children
Monday, December 26. About 1,000
youngsters are expected. It will be
held in the Paraiso baseball stadium
from 9 a.m. to noon.
A free concert with the high school
band and chorus, and other features
will be given in the old gymnasium
building Wednesday, December 28,
at 7:30 p.m.
Three prizes are being offered for
the best decorations during the Yule-
tide season.

Division, Atlantic side: 12 years,
1 month, 12 days.
William Thompson, Grounds Main-
tenance Equipment Operator, Com-
munity Services Division, Atlantic
side: 25 years, 5 months, 3 days.
Mrs. Ruth L. Turner, Library Assist-
ant, Canal Zone Library, Pacific
side: 30 years, 9 days.
Juan Vergara, Helper, General, In-
dustrial Division, Atlantic side: 37
years, 2 months, 25 days.
Alfredo W. Vilches, File Clerk, Gor-
gas Hospital: 23 years, 4 months,
29 days.
Manuel C. Villeros, Laborer, Heavy
Pest Control, Sanitation Division,
Pacific side: 30 years, 9 days.
Temistocles Zeballos, Laborer (Heavy,
Pest Control), Sanitation Division,
Pacific side: 29 years, 11 months,
14 days.

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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.
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Lieutenant Governor
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWVAY 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.


(Continued from p. 3)
Dredging Division
Uell E. Bennett, from Messenger to Clerk.
Alfred R. Lord, from Laborer (Heavy) to
Painter (Maintenance).
James A. Charles, from Boatman to Seaman
Clifford A. Rogers, from Laborer to Laborer
Marcos A. Cervantes, from Linehandler
(Deckhand), Navigation Division, to
Juliin Barria, from Laborer (Cleaner),
Community Services Division, to Helper
Core Drill Operator (Sub-Aqueous).
Engineering Division
Pablo A. Aguilar, Praxedes Falc6n, Epifanio
P6rez, George R. Jackman, Mike N. Bent,
Elvin S. Binns, from Surveying Aid to
Launch Operator (Small).
Lee R. Gittens, from Supply Clerk to Pro-
curement Clerk.
Eduardo V. Lindsey, from Laborer to Boat-
Maintenance Division
Robert B. Grier, from Machinist (Main-
tenance) to Leader Machinist (Mainte-
Ralph L. Sell, from Lead Foreman (Quar-
ters Maintenance) to Lead Foreman
Carl R. Meissner, from Leader Refrigeration
and Air-Conditioning Mechanic to Lead
Foreman Refrigeration and Air-Condi-
tioning Mechanic.
Earl A. Dyer, from Refrigeration and Air-
Conditioning Mechanic to Leader Refrig-
eration and Air-Conditioning Mechanic.
L. Zella Wertz, Clerk-Stenographer, from
Navigation Division.
David Rosenblatt, from Supervisory Main-
tenance Engineer (District Engineer,
Atlantic District), to Supervisory Sanitary
Engineer (Chief, Water and Laboratories
Fitz H. A. Bowen, from Laborer (Heavy),
Community Services Division, to Helper
H6ctor E. Gonz.ilez, from Maintenanceman
to Carpenter.
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Emily J. Newbury, from Telephone Oper-
ator to Telephone Supervisor.
Police Division
Jackie L. Gregory, from Police Private to
Josephine E. Hilty, from Clerical Assistant,
Engineering and Construction Bureau, to
Sarah B. Wilson, from Telephone Operator,
Engineering and Construction Bureau, to
Telephone and Radio Dispatcher.
Division of Schools
Kenneth 0. Fugleberg, from Teacher (Ele-
mentary, U.S. Schools) to Teacher-Prin-
cipal (Elementary, U.S. Schools).
Andr6s Gomez, from Grounds Keeper
(Sports) to Dressing-Room Attendant.
Bramwell N. Lewis, from Laborer (Heavy)
to Swimming Pool Operator.
Aretta L. Plumer, from Utility Worker,
Supply and Community Service Bureau.
to Dressing-Room Attendant.
Office of Director
Jacqueline C. Gilbert, from Disability Relief
Assistant, Personnel Bureau, to Clerk-
Division of Sanitation
Jorge Hernindez, from Laborer, Supply
and Community Service Bureau, to
Laborer (Heavy-Pest Control).
Alfonso Castillo, from Grounds Mainte-
nance Equipment Operator, Supply and

Community Service Bureau, to Laborer
(Heavy-Pest Control).
Division of Preventive Medicine and
Virginia K. Rankin, from Nurse to Clinical
Gorgas Hospital
Mary L. Lloyd, Lucille C. Carney, from
Clinical Nurse to Operating Room Nurse.
Catharyn M. Lenoir, from Staff Nurse
(Obstetrics) to Operating Room Nurse.
Elvina W. Lansiquot, from Clerk to Clerk-
Dictating Machine Transcriber.
Ferdinand C. Reider, from Surveying Aid,
Engineering and Construction Bureau, to
Nursing Assistant.
Zenaida Valderrama, from Nurse to Clinical

Eminent Surgeon

To Consult With

Zone Physicians

Dr. Victor Richards, Chief of Sur-
gery at Presbyterian Medical Center,
San Francisco, arrives December 1
for a 3-day visit.
Dr. Richards is another in the series
of Health Bureau consultants who will
hold teaching rounds at Gorgas and
Coco Solo Hospitals and address
various medical groups. His interests
and awards, his committees and publi-
cations are extensive. Among the most
significant interests is his vital concern
for the world's medical needs and the
expansion of medical services, par-
ticularly in newly developing nations.
Among Dr. Richards' other major
concerns are tissue transplanting, can-
cer research, and teaching. He cur-
rently is the Clinical Professor of
Surgery at the University of California
and Stanford University.
Certified by the American Boards
of Surgery and Thoracic Surgery, Dr.
Richards' "Surgery for General Prac-
tice" is a standard textbook for med-
ical students and practitioners alike.
During his stay he will be the guest
of Col. A. W. Stratton, chief, Surgical
Service, Gorgas Hospital.

Scout Council
(Continued from p. 1)
Runnestrand. The council commis-
sioner will be Wesley H. Townsend
and treasurer will be C. William
Ted G. Kellogg will head the coun-
cil professional staff as council scout
executive with R. Andrew Rankin,
district scout executive, serving as his
Elected as council executive board
members were: Col. Jack F. Albert,
USA, Col. Kenneth G. Althaus, USA,
Maj. William L. Blankenship, USA,
Col. Robert Bernstein, USA, Col.
William E. Burton, USA, Col. A. D.
Boggs, USA, Richard D. Peacock,
Col. Wyatt B. Carneal, Jr., USMC,
Lt. Col. William J. Cashman, USAF,
Frank A. Castles, John W. Cofer,
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe, Maj. Gen.
George B. Dany, USAF, Richard K.
Erbe, Judge Charles A. Garcia,
Bernhard I. Everson, John D. Hollen,
Larry E. Horine, Col. William L.
Humphrey, USA, Col. Melvin E.
Jarvis, USAF, F. R. Johnson;

Dr. Victor Richards

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vivoll uoplcd

Want to spend a lazy Sunday
morning in the nicest possible way?
Then come to the Tivoli Brunch Sun-
day, November 27-served in the
Roosevelt Room from 8 a.m. to
1 p.m.
The menu will feature Assorted
Fruit and Juice Trays, Rolled Hot
Cakes with Fruit Filling, French
Toast, Cinnamon Toast, Roast Beef
Hash with Eggs, Grilled Ham
and Bacon, Assorted Dry Cereals,
Buttered Toast, Jam, Jelly, Popovers,
Assorted Coffee Cakes, Syrup, Coffee,
Tea, and Milk.
Adults, $1.35 and children 10 and
under, 95 cents.

Enjoy the savory smell and piquant,
taste of genuine Mexican cooking at
the Tivoli Guest House Mexican Night
Buffet Monday night November 28.
The menu: Chili con Carne with
Rice, Tacos, Enchiladas, Frijoles Fri-
tos, Mexican Cole Slaw, Relish Tray,
Assorted Pastries, and Beverage.
Adults, $1.50 and children 10 and
under, $1. Seatings are at 5:30, 6:30,
and 7:30 p.m. For reservations, call

OTHERS Col. William F. Kernan, USA, Enjoy a Frozen Daiquiri before
Frances P. Smith, Accounting Technician, Comdr. Frank N. Klingberg, USN, dinner for only 25 cents.
Division. Maurice B. Nickel, Joseph Noia, Hugh a a
Richard J. Gayer, Computer Programer,
Office of the Comptroller, Data Process- A. Norris, Rev. James C. O'Keefe, Sure cure for the "Monday Blues":
ing Division. C.M., Rev. Clarence C. Payne, Dean
Elena Chain, Digital Computer Systems C.M., Rev. Clarence C. Payne, Dean The Tivoli Happy Hour, every Mon-
Control Clerk, Office of the Comptroller, Mainert J. Peterson, Col. Harold A. day aftrnoon frm 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Data Processing Division. Mainer JPeo Co. Harol A day afternoon from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
NeDreida C. Carmona, Clerk-Translator Pruitt, USAF, Comdr.Kirby L. During Happy Hour, all drinks except
(Typing) Personnel Bureau. Robinson, USN, Col. Arthur F. Ryan, b half
Carlos Wallace, Seaman, Marine Bureau, USAF, Joseph Sanborneer are halprice.
Navigation Division. USAF, Joseph Sanborn, Bng. Gen. *
Robert W. Summers, Marine Traffic Con- William K. Skaer, USAF, Brig. Gen.
troller Assistant, Marine Bureau, Navi- When t th Tivoli, ask for th
gation Division. Leonard C. Shea, USA, David A.
Robert E. Walker, Master, Towboat, Marine Speir, Col. Fred N. Stahl, USAF Drink of the Day, at a special reduced
Bureau, Navigation Division. Speir, Col. Fred N. Stahl, USAF, price.
Adoniram J. Iglesias, Guard, Transporta- Lt. Col. Danley E. Straight, USAF, prce.
tion and Terminals Bureau, Terminals _________________
Division. Lt. Col. Alfred V. Weiss, USA, Rabbi
Oswaldo E. Barnett, Learner (Stevedore) Nathan Wtk and Rbrt C
Transportat ion and Terminals Bureau, Nathan Witkin, and Robert C. 2,700 To Attend
Terminals Division. Worsley,
James R. Shirley, Housing Project Manager Worey T
(Manager, Cristobal Housing Office), Elected to serve as council mem- Christm as Tree
Supply and Community Service Bureau, bers-at-large were: Richard W. Beall,
Community Services Division.
Virginia A. Casey, Clerk-Stenographer, Judge John E. Deming, John H. Diaz, Decoration Event
Supply and Community Service Bureau, C t c H U Ce t
Community Services Division. CaptackL.Jack L. Hammack, USAF, Col.
Marilyn G. Icaza, Clerk-Typist (Stenog- Richard Jones, USAF, Edward Kins- The Sixth Annual International
rapher Trainee), Supply and Community
Service Bureau, Supply Division. ley, Raymond P. Laverty, David J. Christmas Tree decoration is expected
Cynthia Forbes, Supply Clerk, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Supply Di- Markun, Capt. Fred Perra, Comdr. to draw more than 2,700 girls on
Carmen D. Grimaldo, Clerk-Typist, Sup- J. H. Habethier, USN, and Robert December 10 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Carmen D. S. Grimaldo, Clerk-Typist, Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau, C. Wick. when the International Girl Scouts
LummerS.ity Suchsanan, John L. J Divioshua, Levy Named as council associate mem- will be hosts for the event at Paraiso.
M. Evelyn, Surveying Aid, Engineering bers were: R. R. Arnold, Carl Maedl, The International Girl Scouts, Mu-
Division.struction Bureau, Engineering and Capt. Axton T. Jones, USN. chachas Guias, and Canal Zone Girl
Yolanda W. de Ieaza, Personnel Clerk The date of the council annual Scouts all participate in decorating a
(General), Engineering-and Construction
Bureau, Sea Level Canal Support Divi- banquet was announced as Thursday, huge wire tree with gay decorations
Rogelio Altamiranda, Clerk-Typist (Stenog- February 9, at the Fort Amador Offi- the girls have crafted themselves.
rather Trainee), Civil Affairs Bureau, cers Club. In other action taken These three organizations rotate
Division of Schools.
Judith Dalmage, Camilo Guerra, Physical during the meeting, Lt. Col. Danley chairmanship of the event.
Therapy Assistant, Gorgas Hospital.
Lorenzo S. Gordon, Mavis D. Graham, Straight was named to head the coun- Three holiday sketches will be
Edward Thomas, Gerald B. Daivis, Nurs- cil long range study commission and i featured during the afternoon. The
ng Ass Hospital.nt (Medicine and Surgery) Rabbi Nathan Witkin was appointed first is "Children's Christmas," staged
Gorgas Hospital.
Cynthospital. Schloss, Clinical Nurse, Gorgas chairman of the 1968 budget study by Brownie Scouts of the PanCanal
Jesuts V. Ruelas, Supply Clerk, Gorgas Hos- committee. Girl Scouts. "Merchants' Christmas"
Mario Urdaneta, Social Worker, Gorgas Brig. Gen. William K. Skaer re- i will be produced by the International
Camille Jit. Van Hoose, Medical Techno- ported on the Region Six annual Girl Scouts. The Muchachas Guias of
logist, Gorgas Hospital. meeting in Charlotte, N.C., and dis- Panama will stage "Christians' Christ-
Gloria E. Campbell, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee), Corozal Hospital. played the trophy, won by the Canal mas." The'Scouts will sing Christmas
William G. Hill, Supervisory Sanitation Zone Council for having the best 1 carols during the afternoon and music
Inspector, Health Bureau, Division of
Sanitation. H attendance on a man-miles traveled for the occasion will be provided by
Jorge J. Mario, Bowling Center Supervisor, basis. the Paraiso High School Band.
Supply Division.

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Vol. V, No. 23 Mas de 50 Ahos de Servicios Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 25 de Noviembre de 1966

El Circo Tihany se Presentara

En Balboa el Lunes y el Martes

El especticulo mis grande del | mado", Tihany lo prueba durante el
mundo llegara a la Zona del Canal la I espect culo, cuando efectra suertes
pr6xima semana. de barajas entire el puiblico y sin que
El Circo Americano Music Hall, de nadie se dd cuenta, va quitindole a
Tihany, una funci6n spectacular de ]as personas relojes y hasta corbatas.
2 horas, hara cuatro presentaciones en Prestidigitadores, mfisicos c6micos,
el Teatro de Balboa, los dias 28 y 29i volatineros, equilibristas, y bellas bai-
de noviembre. Las horas de presenta- larinas se combinan para crear un
ci6n seran las 7 y las 9 de la noche. espectaculo de gran variedad que gira
Esta fulgurante extravaganza, cuyo alrededor del particularisimo estilo de
acto estelar esta a cargo del gran mago prestidigitaci6n de Tihany. Su fina
Tihany, incluye muchos actos de circo ejecuci6n de ilusionismo probado, tal
y un grupo de bailarinas de precision. como aserrar en dos a una oven; una
Tihany, que ha aparecido en el variacin de los actos del famoso
Espectaculo de Ed Sullivan y ha Houdini, y un nmmero de levitaci6n
asombrado a pdblicos de todo el mun- aden alesectculo una sobresa-
do con su m aravillosa habilidad e Ademis de las Hiller Girls, el grupo
increibles ilusiones, durante su per- H ir,
manencia en el Istmo ampli6 su es- propio de bailarinas de Tihany alterna
pectnculo con la adici6n de las famo- con actos de circo durante todo el es-
sas Hiller Girls, grupo de bellisimas pectaculo. Las ilusiones estilizadas del
muchachas alemanas, que volaron di- mago se combinan con una intrincada
rectamente desde Hamburgo, para coreografla, bellos vestidos y artisticos
rectamente desde Hamburgo, para r luin s
unirse al Circo Music Hall. effects luminosos.
El precio de admisi6n para las fun-
Durante varias semanas se ha esta- ciones en la Zona del Canal, que serIn
do presentando en la ciudad de Pa- a beneficio del Fondo Unido, ha sido
namA ante numerosisimo puiblico. fijado en $2.50 la luneta y $1.25 los
Anunciindose como "ladr6n consu- asientos en el balc6n.

Mas Barcos y Mas Carga

Estan Pasando por el Canal
El nfimero de naves de alto bordo period alcanz6 a 30.130.770 tonela-
que cruzan el Canal de PanamA ha das largas, mas de 2 millones de tone-
continuado aumentando durante los ladas largas sobre la que se registry
primeros 4 meses del present afio para los primeros 4 meses del afio
fiscal, pasado. Los peajes mostraron un
De acuerdo con las cifras oficiales aumento similar durante el mismo
del Canal de Panami, hubo 4.335 tiempo.
naves de alta mar en trAnsito por la Debido a una temporada lluviosa
via interoceanica durante julio, agos- que comenz6 temprano, lo que pro-
to, septiembre y octubre de 1966, en dujo un alto nivel en el Lago Gatfin
comparaci6n con 4.227, que transi- desde principios de agosto, muchas
taron durante el mismo period de naves grandes vieron aumentar su
1965, que fue afio record del Canal. potencialidad de carga, debido a un
De los 4.335 barcos, 4.041 eran mer- aumento en el calado permisible en
cantes, 258 de propiedad del Gobier- agua tropical, que lleg6 a 39 pies.
no de Estados Unidos y 36 fueron Este calado que esta en vigor desde
clasificados como de paso gratis. el 29 de julio, fue aumentado en 6
Las cifras de carga y peajes, para pulgadas la semana pasada.
los primeros 4 meses del afio fiscal, Durante septiembre, todas las mar-
mostraron un aumento mas marcado, cas existentes fueron rotas, cuando el
lo que indica el continuado creci- Onomichi Maru, de bandera japonesa,
miento del tamafio de las naves que cruz6 el Canal con 53.207 toneladas
usan el Canal y la cantidad de carga largas de carbon, en viaje desde Bal-
que transportan.
La carga transportada durante ese (Continua en la pdgina 4)

-. v.. .


El gran mago Tihany y parte de su elenco, incluyendo las famosas Hiller Girls de Alemania, posan al final de una de
sus espectaculares presentaciones de 2 horas en PanamA. El espectaculo, que es una formidable combinaci6n de
circo y actos de variedades, ha sido contratado para presentarse en el Teatro de Balboa el lunes 28 y el martes 29
/ de noviembre.

Esclusas de Miraflores 1,687
Esclusas de Gatiun 205
Las Cruces, 9 viajes 752
Diana, 1 viaje --- 8
Museo de la Zona
del Canal 305
Jardines de Summit 642
Donizetti .-__-.--. 413
Rossini -__-_____ 192
Gran Total _-__.-- 4,204

El Vicegobernador

Presidira Consejo

De los Exploradores
El Vicegobernador H. R. Parfitt fue
elegido president del Consejo de la
Zona del Canal de los Nifios Explo-
radcres de America para 1967, en la
reunion annual del consejo celebrada
en el Club de Oficiales en Quarry
Heights. Sucederi al General de Bri-
gada William K. Saker, USAF, el
19 de enero de 1967.
Presidentes Honorarios fueron ele-
gidos el Embajador Charles W.
Adair, Jr., el Gobernador Robert J.
(Continma en la pdgina 4)

1 ^ /: r:-i--^-- -
S*i- '.

Muchas escenas como esta se vieron ayer en muchos hogares, cuando las families elevaron sus corazones e incli-
naron la cabeza en una oraci6n del Dia de Acci6n de Gracias "para agradecer a Dios por las muchas bendiciones
que tenemos la dicha de disfrutar". Cena tipica de las que se sirven en cualquier lugar donde se observa esa bella
tradici6n es la que prepare la Sra. Lois Affeltranger, de la poblaci6n de Los Rios, en la Zona del Canal, que incluy6
el clisico pavo, con todos sus aderezos: salsa de menudillos, pure de papas, camote asado, zanahorias con guisantes,
ensalada de verduras, ensalada a la waldorf, un plato de condimentos, salsa cranberry, y para postre, un delicioso
pastel de calabaza. Sentados a la mesa estAn el Sr. William E. Affeltranger, su esposa Lois y sus hijos Leslie Ann,
de 15 afios; Eric, de 9; Mark Van, de 13; y Deborah Lynn, de 11 afios.

Gran Desfile del Templo

Abou Saad el Sabado 26

El Templo Abou Saad, Antigua
Orden ArAbica de los Nobles del
Templo Mistico, celebrarAn su Cere-
monial de Otofio, el sAbado 26 de
noviembre. El desfile se formari en el
Templo de Rito Escoces, a las 10 a.m.,
tomara la Calle Balboa y seguir' hasta
el Correo de Balboa, doblara a la
derecha por El Prado hasta la escuela,
doblara a la izquierda por la Calle
Gorgona y la Avenida Roosevelt, has-
ta llegar a la Calle Corozo y tennrminarA
en el Edificio de las Unidades, en la
Carretera Gaillard.
El Ilustre Potentado del Templo
Abou Saad, H. Vance Howard, Jr.,
invita cordialmente al piblico de Pa-
nami y de ]a Zona del Canal para que
se instalen en cualquier punto de la
ruta y observen al Templo en toda su
gloria. La Unidad de Payasos, del
Club Crossroads del Templo, distri-C
buiri caramelos entire los nifios, a
media que ejecuten sus maniobras

llenas de colorido. Otra unidad que
participari sera la Patrulla Motori-
zada, con sus carros locos, pequefias
motonetas y autom6viles Modelo T,
ademns de ]a Legi6n de Honor y la
Patrulla de Caballeria. Los miembros
del Cuerpo de Directores escoltarAn
debidamente a los nuevos candidates
a lo largo de la ruta.
HabrA autobuses para transportar
a la nobleza desde el Edificio de las
Unidades, al Templo de Rito Escoces,
y desde el Edificio de las Unidades,
hasta el Templo Mas6nico de Anc6n.
donde comenzari la primera secci6n
a las 11 a.m. Despu6s que la nobleza
y los candidates hayan tornado parte
en el Banquete Arabe, donde serAn
servidos por el Noble John Myers y
Personal de la Cocina del Templo, los
autobuses los regresaran al Edificio
de las Unidades. Una secci6n comple-
(Continua en la pdgina 3)

Mary Garcia Presento el Diseno

Ganador del Sello OFicial de la

Universidad de la Zona del Canal
La Universidad de la Zona del La lampara en la parte superior-
Canal tiene ya su sello official. luz y guia.
La Asociaci6n de Estudiantes de la El barco-descubrimiento y nave-
Universidad de la Zona del Canal gaci6n.
solicit recientemente a todos los es- La inscripci6n "Sofia Ine Proodos",
tudiantes interesados, presentar un di- traducida del griego, significa "Cono-
sefio para el sello del plantel. El cimiento es Progreso".
disefio deberia simbolizar la originali- Los aficionados al deported recono-
dad de la universidad. ceein a Mary como una de las lideres
S de grupo de la Universidad de la
Maria Garcia present el diseio Zona del Canal. Los estudiantes la
triunfador, decidido por el voto del conocen como una de sus mis activas
cuerpo estudiantil. (Vea foto en la personas en los predios universitarios.
seei6n inglesa.) Es president de la clase de segundo
Los diferentes distintivos del disefio afio y vicepresidenta de la Comuni-
representan: dad Newman. Despus de terminar
Las tres divisions en el circulo los studios universitarios espera
exterior-los tres juegos de esclusas convertirse en maestra de escuela
del Canal de Panam. primaria.

El Arbol Internacional de Naviclad

Sera Decorado el 10 de Diciembre
La decoraci6n del Sexto Arbol In- Tres cuadros seran presentados
ternacional de Navidad deberA atraer durante la tarde. El primero es "Navi-
a mfis de 2.700 muchachas el 10 de dad para los Nifios", por las Alitas de
diciembre de 2:30 a 4:30 p.m. cuan- ]as Muchachas Guias del Canal de
do las Muchachas Guias Internacio- PanamA. "Navidades de los Merca-
nales sean las anfitrionas del event deres" seri producido por las Mucha-
Las Mrauhachas Guias Internaio- chas Guias Internacionales. Las Mu-
nales, las Muchachas Guias y las Ex- chachas Guias de Panama presenta-
ploradoras de la Zona del Canal parti- rn "Navidades, de los Cristianos".
ciparnin todas en la decoraci6n de un Las Exploradoras cantarin villancicos
inmenso arbol de alambre con bonitos de Navidad durante ]a tarde y la mii-
adornos que las j6venes han confeccio- sica para esta occasion serA ofrecida
nado. Estas tres organizaciones dirigen por la Banda de la Escucla Secundaria
el event en forma alternada. de Paraiso.


Noviembre 25, 1966

28-Independencia de PanamA de la Madre Patria, Espafia (1821).
28-Aniversario de la fundaci6n del Cuerpo de Bomberos de PanamA
30-Fiestas patronales de San Andrds Ap6stol en Las Guabas y El Rinco6n.
8-Dia de la Inmaculada Concepci6n. Fiesta religiosa dedicada a las
madres de Panama.
9-A las 7:30 p.m. inauguraci6n de la Liga Profesional de Beisbol de
PanamA, Ron Santa Clara vs. Marlboro.


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
7:30-El Hombre del Rifle
8:00-Agente Secreto
9:00-Nueva Cita Musical

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
8:00-El Bar6n
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta

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

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
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
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Verdaguer en el Aire
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-Boris Karloff

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Poderoso H6rcules
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-Exitos Musicales
7:30-Jesse James
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia del F.B.I.
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal

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-La Rubia Peligrosa
7:30-Los Locos Adams
9:00-Suefio con Jennie
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-Night Train (musical)

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
7:00-26 Hombres
8:00-El Valle de Pasiones
9:00-Rutas del Destino


9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres C6lebres
10:45-SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Programa Especial
12:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Fantasia Navidefia
8:00-Cita con la Muerte-
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Muisica y Risas
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Inspector Gideon
4:30-0. K. Crakerby
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-El Ultimo de los Mohicanos
6:25-El Barbero de Patilla
6:50-Instantineas Sociales
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

11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Mfisica y Risas
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Aventureros del Mississippi
4:30-O. K. Crakerby
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PNiginas de la Vida
6:00-El Ultimo de los Mohicanos
6:25-Juzgado 67
6:50-Instantineas Sociales
7:30-; 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

11:45-Sorteo de los Miercolitos
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Edgar Wallace
4:30-0. K. Crakerby
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30--Piginas de la Vida
6:00-El Ultimo de los Mohicanos
6:50-Instantaneas Sociales
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

11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-MIsica y Risas
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-E1 Buen Pastor
4:30-0. K. Crakerby
5:00--Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Ultimo de los Mohicanos
6:25-Los Destruidos
6:50-InstantAneas Sociales
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Esteares de Pond's
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Hora 11
10:30-Los Intocables
1 :30-Noticias

11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Mfisica y Risas
1:30-Cine Hogar
3:30-Aventuras en Alaska
4:30-0. K. Crakerby
5:00-Novela doe la Tarde
5:30-Psiginas de la Vida
6:00-El Ultimo de los Mohicanos
6:25-Show de Shows
6:50-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-Yo Soy Espia
10:30-Viernes con Martinez Blanco

12:30-De Inter6s Para Usted
1:30-Repris6: Novela de la Tarde
4:00-Teatro FantAstico
5:30-Vamos de Pesca
6:00-Reino Salvaje
6:30-El Superagente 86
7:30-Revista Musical
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
10:30-Pantalla Cinematogrifica

Viernes 25__

Stibado 26

Domingo 27

Lunes 28 __

Martes 29

Mi6rcoles 30

Jueves 19 __

Viernes 2 __

_En Su Pantalla
NO SHOW The Collector 10 p.m.

The Collector NO SHOW Sandokan The Great

Lord Jim

Lord Jim

Parrish and
The FBI Story
Broken Sabre


The Yellow Rolls-Royce
Parrish and
The FBI Story
Broken Sabre

Yankee Buccaneer

All That Heaven Allows and
Pillars Of The Sky

The Alphabet Murders

The Alphabet Murders

Two On A Guillotine


Assignment Paris and
The Wild Westerners
10:00 p.m.
The Sundowners

Gente en la No ticia

de chatarra (no ferroso), en el Depar-
tamento de Excedentes y Chatarra, lo-
e1calizado en la Secci6n I de Balboa.

A,.&* la gran familiar del Canal de Pana-
S* m. A. Ha fijado su residencia en la Ba-
rriada de Betania, en la ciudad de
PanamA. Esti pagando a plazos por la
S casa done vive, en uni6n de su esposa
Trinidad Quintana de Young y tres de
sus hijos. El mayor, Esai, Jr., tiene
*.. 23 afios de edad y ya esti casado, pero

tirar de joven", dice sonriendo, "por-
que todavia nadie me puede hacer
.. quedar mal Ilamindome abuelo". Los
otros hijos son por su orden: Olivia,
de 18 afios, estudiante del Liceo de
Sefioritas; Roberto, de 16, alumno del
Primer Ciclo PanamA; y Carlos, de
S- apenas 8 afios, que estA en la Escuela
Repiblica de Venezuela. El Sr. Young
naci6 en Belice, Honduras Britinica,
.. hace 44 afios y conserve su naciona-
e lidad, pero dice que quiere a PanamA
Scomo su segunda patria, pues aqui ha
S-formado su hogar, tiene sus hijos y
se siente como en su tierra. Dice a
.manera de expicaci6n: "Aquil a gentle
es muy cordial, se parece much a la
de mi tierra y hasta comen lo mismo.
En Belice tambidn son populares el
arroz y los porotos". Cuando estaba
en su tierra, trabaj6 con una enlatadora
de citricos, donde adquiri6 gran expe-
riencia, que luego le ha servido de
. much en su trabajo con el Canal.
Le gusta much jugar al billar. Cuan-
do era miAs joven, result bueno ju-
gando beisbol. Ahora se content con,
ver los juegos. El program de tele-
visi6n que miAs le gusta es "Cita con
la Muerte", los domingos por el Canal
4, y su pueblo favorite es Penonom6.

..+,.. '*.

Martin Meza es capataz cortador a llama de gas (chatarra) y presta servicios
en el Departamento de Excedentes y Chatarra, del Ramo de Almacenaje,
localizado en la Secci6n I, de Balboa. Lleva 21 afios de trabajar con el Canal
de PanamA. El Sr. Meza es chorrillero de pura cepa; naci6 en el Barrio de
El Chorrillo, hace 48 afios, toda su vida ha residido alli y alli vive todavia.
"Me sentiria mal en otra parte" dice sonriendo. Sus studios primaries los
hizo en la Escuela Repsiblica de El Salvador de su barrio. "Cuando veo la
grande y modern escuela que construy6 el Gobierno de Don Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr., y las facilidades con que cuentan los muchachos de hoy dia, no
puedo menos que recorder los trabajos que pasabamos nosotros cuando
muchachos, en los caserones viejos, sin comodidades, ventilaci6n y luz apro-
piada que nos servian de escuela", dice recordando sus dias de escolar.
Meza es casado, su esposa se llama Patrocinia GonzAlez de Meza y tienen
dos hijos. El mayor, Eustacio, de 24 afios, estA casado y tiene una hijita.
A mi me encanta que me diga "abuelo", dice el Sr. Meza, "esa muchachita
me proporciona muchos ratos de alegria". La otra hija es Miriam Esther,
de 18 afios y cursa studios en la Academia de MatemAticas y Comercio.
Recuerda que antes de venir al Canal de PanamA, trabaj6 para la Compafiia
Vinicola Licorera, cuando quedaba por los lados de la Calle Carlos A.
Mendoza. "Tengo muy buenos recuerdos de mi tiempo con esa compafiia",
dice el Sr. Meza. "Pero sobre todo, admiro grandemente al Sr. Tribaldos.
Recuerdo cuando tuvo un enorme incendio en la fibrica, que le caus6 enormes
p6rdidas, pero se repuso y ya ven c6mo ha surgido. Pero ello ha sido a base
de trabajo honrado". Dice que de todos los pueblos del Interior, el que mAs
le gusta es Ocu. "Alli se respira lo tipicamente panamefio", dice, "pero por
Io que mAs me gusta es porque mi esposa es de alli".

Paigina 2

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza la rep:oducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqul 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 debhe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Diriqir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SP'JLLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados 'del Canal de PanamA. Valor
de la subscrip:1i6n para otros (inclu-
vendo envio por correo) $2.60 al ano.
Los cheques deben hacerse p) ;ad-eros
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY S )vrisTr )on, Box M,
Balboa Hleight. (;:ndl Zone.

Noviembre 25, 1966




Le6n Vernon y Sandra Evelyn, alumnos del 129 grado de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Rainbow City, admiran uno de los various cuadros preparados por los
alumnos del plantel durante la Semana de la Educaci6n, celebrada del 7 al 11
de noviembre. La Semana de la Educaci6n destac6 el valor de la educaci6n
en el mundo actual y se hizo un despliegue de cuadros y cartelones preparados
por alumnos de la escuela dirigidos por la profesora de arte Viola L6pez de
de la Garza. (Mas fotos en pAgina 4.)

Medico del Hospital Coco Solo

Presta Servicio en el Vietnam

El Dr. Robert B. Price, del Servi- ahora en Vietnam como m6dico volun-
cio M6dico del Hospital de Coco Solo, tario, dijo que la raz6n que tuvo para
esta pasando sus 2 meses de vacacio- ofrecerse es que se siente obligado,
nes anuales en Vietnam, como m6dico ya que el Ejtrcito y Gobierno de Esta-
voluntario. Lo que significa que sus dos Unidos pagaron gran parte de su
gastos son pagados, pero no recibe educaci6n universitaria, de acuerdo
salario por su trabajo en Vietnam. con el program del Ejercito y la Ley
(Foto en la secci6n inglesa.) de Derechos de los Soldados. Otro
Otro miembro del cuerpo m6dico factor que influy6 en su decision de
de Coco Solo, el Dr. Ronald E. utilizar sus vacaciones anuales sirvien-
Moore, acaba de regresar, luego de do como doctor voluntario en Viet-
haber servido 2 meses como m6dico nam, es que siempre ha tenido gran
voluntario en el Vietnam. interns en el Asia y el Lejano Oriente.
Ambos se ofrecieron como volun- El Dr. Price, quien ha practicado
tarios en el program que actualmente la Medicina Interna en el Hospital de
se conoce como M6dicos Voluntarios Coco Solo, desde 1963, naci6 en
A.M.A. para Vietnam, que fue orga- Foochow, China, cuando su padre
nizado hace aproximadamente 1 afio, estaba estacionado alli como C6nsul
bajo la direcci6n de la Agencia de los de Estados Unidos.
Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo In- El Dr. Price prest6 servicios en las
ternacional, con el fin de suministrar Fuerzas Armadas de Estados Unidos
ayuda medica a los civiles vietna- durante la II Guerra Mundial y luego,
meses. regres6 a la escuela. En 1952 se doc-
"La necesidad para esta ayuda m6- tor6 en la Universidad Stanford. Su
dica es casi impossible de compren- internado y adiestramiento como resi-
der", dijo el Dr. Moore, que trabaj6 dente de medicine internal lo hizo en
en el hospital vietnam6s de la ciudad el hospital de esa universidad y en el
de Tha Trang. Vietnam del Sur, dijo, Hospital Fort Miley, en San Fran-
tiene una poblaci6n de unos 15 millo- cisco.
nes de habitantes, y s6lo cuenta con Fue Jefe de Medicina General en
unos 1.00 m6dicos vietnameses. Sin el Hospital de la Samoa Americana
embargo, unos 700 de ellos estin en de 1956 a 1958; Jefe de Medicina
las Fuerzas Armadas del pais, dejando General, en el Hospital de la Admi-
solamente unos 300 midicos para tra- nistraci6n de Veteranos en Amarillo,
tar a la poblaci6n civil. Tejas, de 1959 a 1961; y se dedic6
A pesar de que el trabajo era pesa- a la prActica privada de la medicine
do, y habia frecuente escasez de equi- internal, de 1961 a 1963, en Sanama,
po y abastecimientos, el Dr. Moore California. En 1952 se cas6 con Pie-
declar6 que fue una experiencia que mette Lataste, dama francesa nacio-
jamis se hubiera perdido. Dijo que nalizada estadounidense, que lleg6 a
tiene la esperanza de regresar a Viet- Estados Unidos despues de la II Gue-
nam, en el future, para un segundo rra Mundial, merced a una beca Full-
periodo de servicios. bright. Tienen un nifio, Daniel, 'de
El Dr. Price, que se encuentra 6 ainos.

Gran Desfile ... Laguna Peleara
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
tamente nueva, bajo la direcci6n del L d ad con
Noble Dan Harned y del Personal del L -1 0 dO COn
Director, comenzari a las 2 p.m.
Habra un ahnuerzo en el Hotel El il
Panama Hilton para las seioras, al Daniel G uanin
mediodia del sibado, con la presenta-
ci6n de un desfile de modas, a cargo El sabado ser la esperada reapari-
de Sarah Fashions, de PanamA. ci6n en Panama del ex campe6n mun-
A partir de las 6:30 p.m., el Come- dial del peso ligero Ismael Laguna,
dor de Oficiales de Fuerte Amador cuando se mida en combat a 10 asal-
serA el scenario del Banquete Cere- tos con el pilgil ecuatoriano Daniel
monial y del grandiose baile para Guanin en el tinglado del Estadio
todos los miembros del Templo y sus Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Arose-
esposas de la region de PanamA. Los mena .
candidates y sus esposas seran invi- Laguna, que estA en pos de una
tados del Templo. nueva pelea por el titulo mundial de
A pesar de que la mayoria de las la division que perdiera frente a Car-
personas s6lo ve a los miembros de los Ortiz el 13 de noviembre de 1965
la Orden cuando estAn de juego o en en San Juan, Puerto Rico, tratarA de
sus vistosos desfiles, ellos ejecutan obtener una impresionante victoria
labores inucho mAs series. Prueba de sobre el visitante, que esta clasificado
ello es el presupuesto de mis de como primer retador al titulo mundial
$27 millones que se ha destinado este de los welter junior, que ostenta el
anlo, para los 19 hospitals para nifios italiano Sandro Lop6polo.
invAlidos y 3 institutes para nii-nos se-
riamente quemados que tiene el tem- El ex campe6n ligero del Istmo,
plo. Los nifios lisiados y quemados Esteban Santamaria se enfrentarA en
son aceptados en las instituciones del el mismo program al ex campe6n
Templo, sin pagar nada, hasta la edad gallo y pluma panameho Manhattan
de 15 afios, sin consideraciones a raza, Kid en otro event estelar a 10
color o credo. vueltas.

El sAbado 26 del corriente se
lievarA a cabo en la Piscina de
Rainbow City, a partir de las
9:15 a.m., el Noveno Tomeo
Anual de Nataci6n Latinoame-
ricano, con la participaci6n de
estudiantes del sector AtlAntico
(Rainbow City, Camp Bierd y
Mindi) y del sector Pacifico

(Pedro Miguel, Paraiso y Santa es el traditional "Trofeo del
Cruz). Gobernador" en una distancia
Este torneo, como todos los de 100 yards estilo libre para
afios, es patrocinado por el Con- muchachos de 14 a 18 afios.
greso de Consejos Civicos Lati- El torneo de nataci6n es uno
noamericanos, en cooperaci6n de los mis destacados en el de-
con la Divisi6n de Escuelas de porte de la Zona del Canal y
la Zona del Canal. atrae siempre una gran canti-
El event especial del torneo dad de espectadores.


Earl S. Barber, Mozo de Oficio, Direcci6n
de Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a
Gwendoline P. Jordan, Operaria de Perfo-
radora, Divisi6n de Levantamiento de
Datos, a Clasificadora de Carga, Gastos
Generales del Canal.
Division de Navegaci6n
Bertha B. Brown, Oficinista, Procuraci6n
(Mecanografia) a Oficinista de Contabi-
lidad (Mecanografia).
Christian J. Gundersen, PrActico del Canal
a Ayudante del Capitin del Puerto..
Santiago Machado, Marinero (Lancha Mo-
tora) a Operario de Lanchas.
Cyril Holt, Marinero a Capataz Marinero.
Americo A. Barreto, Pasabarcos a Marine-
ro (Lancha Motora).
Division Industrial
Arthur Holder, Fitzgerald C. Forde, Lu-
bricador a Operario de Gria de Puente.
George P. Allgaier, Primer Capataz, Me-
cAnico Tornero (NAutico) a Capataz Ge-
neral Mecanico Tornero (Mantenimien-
Randolph L. Green, Encargado de Mante-
nimiento (Cables de Soga y Alambre) a
Sinico Hall, Ayudante Mec'nico Tornero
a Operario de Grfa de Puente.
Gershon A. Williams, Guardia a Jefe de
Tyrone D. Jones, Aprendiz de Montador
de Tuberia (Segundo Afio) a Aprendiz
Montador de Tuberia (Tercer Aiio).
Percival E. Dale, Jr., Aprendiz de Calde-
rero (Cuarto Afio) a Calderero.
F6lix Waisome, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Oficinista.
Division de Esclusas
Hilary L. Maynard, Andr6s Perez, Ayudan-
te Operario de Esclusas a Encargado de
Mantenimiento (Cables de Soga y Alam-
Jonathan B. Broad, Morgan E. Holcomb,
Leopold Cimino, Operario de Esclusas
(Electricista) a Capataz Operario de Es-
clusas (Electricista).
Clint M. Holcomb, Operario de Caseta de
Control a Primer Capataz, Operaciones
de Esclusas.
Roy S. Wallace, Capataz Operario de Es-
clusas (Electricista) a Operario de Caseta
de Control.
Darwin E. Pope, Operario de Esclusas (Me-
cnico Tornero) a Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Mecinico Tornero).
Rodolph Gayle, Almacenero, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a Ayu-
dante Soldador.

tos de Urbanizaci6n a Gerente de Pro-
yectos de Urbanizaci6n.
Luther E. Gray, Capataz Aseador a Capa-
taz Obrero (Trabajos Pesados).
Giraldo Mor, Obrero a Operario de Equipo
de Mantenimiento de Predios.
Lyda Lobo, Oficinista Mecan6grafa a Ofi-
cinista (Mecanografia).
Pablo Carr, Aseador a Capataz Aseador.
Alberto L. Brown, Oficinista, Secci6n de
N6minas, a Oficinista.
Leonidas Ortiz, Genaro A. Lara, Carlos
Green, Justino Salazar, Pedro A. Rivera,
Ildefonso Ayala, Bernardo Del Cid, An-
tonio K. Ford, Arturo G6mez, Angel F.
Reyes, Obrero a Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
Division de Abastos
Juan D. Aguilar, Antonio Bazin, Manuel
Bonilla, Aseador a Mozo de Oficio.
Emment T. Harper, Gerente de Comisa-
riato a Gerente de Almac6n.
Dwight M. Van Evera, Jr., Subjefe Agente
de Procuraci6n a Subjefe Ayudante de
Abastos Generales.
Elizabeth S. Coleman, Analista de Presu-
puesto y Contabilidad a Subjefe Con-
Rae N. Ebdon, Ayudante Conatdor a Ayu-
dante de Abastos Generales.
Frank L. Ostrander, Aprendiz de Funcio-
nes Administrativas (Egresado Universi-
tario), Direcci6n de Marina, a Gerente
de Almac6n.
Mary H. Thompson, Jefe de Acomodado-
res (Teatro de Balboa) a Taquillera
(Teatro de Balboa).
Ruth Crouch, Acomodadora de Teatro a
Jefe de Acomodadores (Teatro de Bal-
Cuthbert C. Butcher, Oficinista, Contralo-
ria, a Oficinista de Abastos.
Lucinda M. Alleyne, Oficinista de Almacen
a Oficinista.
Cecil D. Gooding, Subgerente de Comisa-
riato a Subgerente de Almacen.
Samuel C. Squires, Vendedor, Jefe de Sec-
ci6n, a Snbiefe Oficinista, Almacenes.
Eliseo GonzAlez, Mozo de Oficio a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados).
Norma R. Stamp, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
a Escrutadora de Comprobantes.
Enid E. Herbert, Moza de Oficio, Servicio
de Comidas, a Encargada de Mostrador.
Amado Rodriguez, Mozo de Oficio a En-
cargado de Cancha de Boliches.
Ruperto E. McEachron, Oficinista de Al-
mac6n a Subjefe de Oficinista, Almace-
Wilfredo J. Davis, Mozo de Oficio a Sub-
ie del Centro de Boliche.
Carlos M. Caddie, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Almacenero.
Joseph Higgs, Mozo de Oficio a Encargado
de Anaqueles, Secci6n de Comestibles.
Percival Dixon, Mensajero a Oficinista de
Alfred J. Headley, Oficinista de Abastos a
Condutonr de Cami~n

Division de Dragas
Uell E. Bennett, Mensajero a Oficinista.
Alfred R. Lord, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
a Pintor de Mantenimiento.
James A. Charles, Botero a Marinero (Lan-
cha Motora).
Clifford A. Rogers, Obrero a Obrero (Tra-
haios Pesados).
Marcos A. Cervantes. Pasabarcos, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n, a Marinero.
JuliAn Barria, Aseador, Divisi6n de Servi-
cios Comunales, a Ayudante Operario
de Sonda de Granalla (Subacuatica).
Division de Ingenieria
Pablo Aguilar, Praxedes Falc6n, Epifanio
P6rez, George R. Jackman, Mike N.
Bent, Elvin S. Binns, Auxiliar de Topo-
grafia a Operario de Lancha Pequefia.
Lee R. Gittens, Oficinista de Abastos a Ofi-
cinista (Procuraci6n).
Eduardo V. Lindsey, Obrero a Botero.
Division de Mantenimiento
Robert B. Grier, MecAnico Tornero (Man-
tenimiento) a Capataz Mecanico Tornero
Ralph L. Sell, Primer Capataz, Manteni-
miento de Viviendas, a Primer Capataz
Carl R. M-issner, Capataz Mecnnico de Re-
frigeraci6n v Acondicionamiento de Aire
a Primer Capataz de Refri-
geraci6n y Acondicionamiento de Aire.
Earl A. Dyer, Mecanico de Refrigeraci6n y
Acondicionamiento de Aire a Capataz
MecAnico de Refrigeraci6n y Acondicio-
namiento de Aire.
L. Zella Wertz, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
desde la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
David Rosenblatt, Subjefe Ingeniero de
Mantenimiento (Tngeniero de Distrito,
Atlantico) a Subjefe Ingeniero de Sani-
dad (Jefe, Ramo de Acueductos y Labo-
Fitz H. A. Bowen, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos), Divisi6n de Servicios Comunales, a
Avudante Soldador.
H6ctor E. Gonzailez, Encargado de Mante-
nimiento a Carpintero.
Division de Estudios Sobre
Canal a Nivel
Emily J. Newbury, Operaria de Tel6fonos
a Jefe Operaria de Tel6fonos.
Division de Policia
Jackie L. Gregory, Policia Raso a Detec-
Josephine E. Hilty, Ayudante Oficinista,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construccion,
a Oficinista Esten6grafa.
Sarah B. Wilson, Operaria de Tel6fonos,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
a Despachadora de Radio Patrullas.
Division de Escuelas
KeEnnoth 0. Ftlehbr ,Maetro Fscuelasi

DIRECCION DE TRANSPORTE Y Norberto CArdenas, Aseador a Oficinista Primarias Estadounidenses, a Maestro-
SERVICIOS COMUNALES de Abastos. Director, Escuelas Primarias Estadouni-
Divisi6n de Terminales Noel E. Bennett, Jr., Mozo de Oficio a Ofi- denses.
Alfonso R. Rowland. Donald H. Sanderson, cinista de Almacen. Andr6s G6mez, Encargado de Manteni-
Alberto G. Knight, David R. Caton, Felipe Aguilar, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio miento de Predios Deportivos a Cuida-
Marcador dG Carga a Vrificador. dCatn C, omidas. a Encargado de Anaqueles, dor de Camerino.
Marcador de Carga a Verificador. Secci6n de Comestibles. Bramwell N. Lewis, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
Fred W. Sapp, Ayudante Subjefe Verifica- sados) a Operario de Piscina.
dor de Carga a Primer Capataz Esti- DIRECCION DE INGENIERIA Y Aretta L. Plumer, Mozo de Oficio, Direc-
bador (Muelles). CONSTRUCCION ci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales,
Charles N. Norris, Subjefe Contador, Di- Divisi6n de Electricidad a Cuidador de Camerino.
recci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comuna- DIRECCION DE SALUBRIDAD
les, a Funcionario de Servicios Admi- Ray S. Witt, Mecinico Tornero (Manteni- DIREC e SALUBRIDAD
nistraitvos, miento) a Ingeniero de Turno (MecA- Oficina del Director
Wlitam M. B r o p re d e nica). Jacqueline C. Gilbert, Ayudante Encarga-
William M. Brown, Aprendiz del Sistema BArbara H. Geoghegan, Despachadora de da de Compensaci6n por Incapacidad,
de Transports en General a Especialista Radio Patrullas, Divisi6n de Policia, a Direcci6n de Personal, a Oficinista Me-
Encargado de Operaciones de Trans- Operario de Telefono. can6grafa.
porte. Abraham Hernindez, Palanquero a Encar-
Nacal 0. Bernard, Estibador a Capataz Es- gado de Mantenimiento. Division de Sanidad
tibador (Muelles). Jorge Hernandez, Obrero, Direcci6n de
Jos6 C. Martinez, Obrero a Obrero (Tra- Divisi6n de Construcci6n Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a Obrero
bajos Pesados). James W. Shobe, Reparador de Central Te- (Trabajos Pesados, Erradicaci6n de
Marcus Aird, Oficinista, Regulador de Car- lef6nica, Divisi6n de Electricidad, a Ins- Plagas).
ga, a Oficinista, Operaciones de Carga. pector de Sistemas El6ctricos. Alfonso Castillo, Operario de Equipo de
Samuel Bradiel, MecAnico de Equipo de Roberto E. Earle, Dibujante de Ingenieria Mantenimiento de Predios, Direcci6n de
Calefacci6n (Mantenimiento) a Calde- Arquitect6nica, Divisi6n de Ingenieria, a (Contia ena pdgina 4)
rero (Mantenimiento). Inspector de Construcciones. e
John L. Smith, Despachador Subalterno de
Combustibles Liquidos (Muelles) a Ca-
pataz Ayudante de Despachador de
Combustibles Liquidos (Muelles).
Ernie E. Wareham, Archivero a Verifica-
dor de Carga.
Juan V. Sabl6, Ayudante de Despacho de /
Combustibles Liquidos (Muelles), a Des-
pachador Subalterno de Combustibles
Neville C. Thompson, Napole6n B. Ashby,
Harold Hall, Gerald A. Small, Valentine
0. De Sousa, Verificador a Verificador 4 0J,
de Carga.
Division de Ferrocarril
Clarence K. Lambert, Jr., Primer Capataz,
Dep6sito de Locomotoras, a Capataz Ge-
neral del Dep6sito de Locomotoras.
Ross E. Pase, Primer Capataz Vagonero
(Madera y Acero) a Capataz General
Vagonero (Madera y Acero).
Sofia Yhap, Oficinista de Admisi6n, Direc-
ci6n de Salubridad, a Secretaria Este-
Division de Transporte a Motor
Isaac Stewart, Conductor de Autom6vil a
MecAnico de Equipo M6vil.
Rodrigo D. Marin, Conductor de Cami6n.
de la Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Eduardo Osborne, Ayudante MecAnico de
Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de
Aire, Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, a Conductor de Cami6n.
DIRECCION DE ABASTOS Y Este es el equipo de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City, que conquist6
SERVICIOS COMUNALES el campeonato menor de baloncesto intercolegial de las Escuelas Latinoameri-
Divisi6n de Servicios Comunales canas, al veneer a Santa Cruz por 58 a 29 y a Paraiso por 39 a 25. Con los
Edward B. Webster, Ayudante de Proyec- jugadores estA su director, el Profesor Yuda Morhaim, al extreme izquierdo.

Paigina 3


Noviembre 25, 1966

En Octubre y Noviembre
I I I ^ A I I .1

H, abra 24 Jubilaciones
Veinticuatro empleados del Canal nales, sector Atlantico: 25 afios,
de Panama, con un total de mis de 5 meses, 3 dias.
550 afios de servicios al Gobierno de Sra. Ruth L. Turner, Ayudante Biblio-
Estados Unidos, se jubilaron en octu- tecaria, Biblioteca de la Zona del
lip bre y noviembre. Canal, sector Pacifico: 30 afios,
I_ I9 dias.
Los empleados que se jubilaron, sus Juan Vergara, Ayudante General, Di-
lugares de empleo y afios de servicios, vision Industrial, sector Atlantico:
son los siguientes: 37 afios, 2 meses, 26 dias.
7 Srta. Claude M. Aycock, Maestra (Es- Alfredo Wilches, Archivero, Hospital
cuelas Secundarias Estadouniden- CGorgas: 23 afios, 4 meses, 29 dias.
S' ses), Divisi6n de Escuelas, sector Manuel C. Villeros, Obrero (Trabajos
Pacifico: 27 ainos, 1 mes, 16 dias. Pesados, Erradicaci6n de Plagas),
las Secundarias Estadounidenses), fico: 30 afios, 9 dias.
Division de Escuelas, sector Paci- Temistocles Zeballos, Obrero (Traba-
fico: 31 afios, 2 meses, 12 dias. jos Pesados, Erradicaci6n de Pla-
S, Daniel Burrell, Auxiliar de Enferme- gas), sector Pacifico: 29 afios,
S. ria, Hospital de Corozal, sector Pa- 11 meses, 14 dias.
* '-^^^L. "^,c .l .*-, cifico: 8 afios, 7 meses, 29 dias. _
Sra. Clara M. Chambers, Subjefe
Ayudante de Servicios Administra- I( j f t1 a n
tivos, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, sec- L, lC It U
tor Atlhintico: 27 afios, 3 meses,
21 dias. Judy Vfisquez, de la Secci6n de
Sra. Joyce B. Clarke, Subjefe Ayu-1 Presupuesto de la Direcci6n de In-
dante Oficinista (Mecanografia), genieria y Construcci6n, estA muy
Division de Abastos, sector Paci- preocupada con la enfermedad de su
fico: 23 ailos, 5 meses, 27 dias. perrita. La preocupaci6n de Judy es-
Sra. Jessie W. Degenaar, T6cnica de tribaenque el veterinario le dijo que
Contabilidad, Contaduria, sector el veterinario le dio que
-, f .-,Pacifico: 22 afios, 9 meses, 10 dias. la perrita debe permanecer acostada,
. ." Sra. Mary W. Ewing, Ayudante Paga- pero la traviesa canina no quiere ha-
S. dora, Ramo de N6minas, sector Pa- cerle caso y anda saltando por alli quc
." ._ cifico: 30 afilos, 7 dias. es un content .... Victor "Nato"
Casma Cockburn, a la izquierda, y Clementina Parris, alumnas del 109 grado de la Escuela Secundaria de Rain- Rafael C. Granados, Operario de L6pez, de la Secci6n de Arquitectura
bow City, admiran los trabajos hechos por las alumnas del Segundo Ciclo de ese plantel, en la exposici6n de Equipo Pequefio de Mantenimien- de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, confun-
costura dirigida por la Profesora Elsinora Lynch, durante la Semana de la Educaci6n celebrada del 7 al 11 de to de Predios, Divisi6n de Servi- dido con un "oriental" por una em-
noviembre en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas. i cios Comunales, sector Atlantico:
19 afios, 7 meses, 17 dias. pleada del Edificio de Administraci6n.
Victor B. Guinsan, Jardinero, Divi- Y eso que el "Nato" no tiene ning6n
si6n de Servicios Comunales, sec- rasgo asitico . Julio Bricefio, edi-
El H ospita Onrn s tor Pacifico: 26 ailos, 10 mess, tor de las Noticias en Espafiol del
s UUIU 10 dias. Southern Command News, no olvida
Carl W. Hoffmeyer, Oficinista, Uni- nunca sus viejos predios de la Oficina
SAn h dad de Despacho de Correos, Di- de Informaci6n del Canal de Panamai,
Hub3 nl lulU UUvU s vision de Correos, sector Pacifico: a la cual hace visits peri6dicas.
F aa i33 afios, 9 meses, 16 dias.
In tn r d Alexander Johnson, Pasacables, Divi-
'i eGtI d e U navidua si6n de Esclusas, sector Atlantico: El Vicegobernador . .
9 afios, 3 meses, 10 dias.
Los pacientes del Hospital Gorgas George B. Johnson, Mozo de Oficios, (Viene de la pdgina 1)
reciben siempre con alegria a las per- Divisi6n de Abastos, sector Atlin- ingJr., y el General Robert W.
sonas que se acuerdan de ellos durante tico: 39 aos, 2 meses, 6 dias Portering, Jr., USA. Los vicepresidentes
\1 __ todo el afio, pero especialmente du- Sra. Mary T. Layvallee, Ayudante Ofi- Porter, Jr., USA. Los vicepreside ntes
1 rante Ia Navidad. cinista, Divisi6n de Policia, sector para 1967 sertin el General de Divi-
rante la adPacifico: 15 afios, 5 meses, 7 dias. si6n James D. Alger, USA, el General
Favoritos de los enfermos son los Sra. Ella Lombroia, Ayudante de de Divisi6n R. J. Clizbe, USAF, el
grupos de villancicos, los entreteni- Maestra de Jardin Infantil, Divi- Contraalmirante Ralph C. Johnson,
T mientos musicals y las fiestas hechas si6n de Escuelas, sector Pacifico: USN, Bernard K. Levin, M.D., Stuart
S a base de dulces caseros y que llevan 23 afios, 2 meses, 11 dias. Reed y Paul M. Runnestrand. El co-
la alegria a las salas del hospital. Jessie R. Martie, Guardia, Divisi6n de misionado del consejo sera Wesley H.
Y ello es especialmente significativo Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 18 afios, Townsend y el tesorero, C. William
para-aquellos que se encuentran muy 8 meses, 18 dias. T Homa.
lajo encueetra yus hgrs espeamente Capitan Miles A. Nielsen, Piloto del 1-oma.
lejos de sus hogares, especialmente Buque Crist6bal del Canal de Pa- Mais detalles en la secci6n inglesa.
los militares j6venes y los mariners. namti, Divisi6n de Transporte Ma-
Varios visitantes al Museo Nacional de PanamA, inspeccionan una campana Pero estas actividades, para que re- ritimo: 26 afios, 8 meses, 13 dias.
de bronce, que durante muchos afios estuvo en la Iglesia de Natai de los sulten realmente provechosas y nadie Egbert G. Richardson, Despachador Mas Barcos y M s . .
Caballeros, la iglesia mas antigua todavia en uso en tierra fire americana. sea olvidado, deberin hacerse coordi- de Combustibles Liquidos (Mue-
La campana fue fundida en la ciudad de Lima, en 1690. nadamente. Iles), Divisi6n de Terminales, see- (Viene de la pdgina 1)
Las personas interesadas en alguna tor Atlhintico: 22 afios, 4 meses, timore hacia Jap6n. Tambi6n transit
de estas actividades, deberin llamar a 28 das. durante septiembr el transportador
ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS la Srta. Vera G. Mobley, de la Cruz Rajinder Singh,Estibador, Divisin de petreoy minerals Naess Norse-
Roja Americana, al tel~fono Balboa de Terminales, sector Atlantico: dep elrpeoymnera es N aNoe
Roja Americana, al telfono Balboa 12 afios 1 mes, 12 dias. man, con el peso muerto mis grande
(Viene de la pdgina 3) 4354, quien ha sido designada coordi- William Thompson, Operario de de verano, que haya tenido nave algu-
nadora de estas actividades por la E-uipo de Mantenimiento de Pre- na que haya cruzado el Canal de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a Obrero Carlos Wallace, Marinero, Direcci6n de ora de estas actividades por a Equipo e Mantenimiento de Pre- na que haya cruzado el Canal de
(Trabajos Pesados, Erradicaci6n de Pla- Marina, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n. Direcci6n del Hospital Gorgas. dios, Divisi6n de Servicios Comu- Panama.

gas). Robert E. Summers, Ayudante Controlador
de Trtfico Maritimo, Direcci6n de Mari-
Divisi6n de Medicina Preventiva y na, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
Cuarentena Robert E. Walker, Capitin de Remolcador,
Virginia K. Rankin, Enfermera a Enfermera Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Na-
(Clinica). vegaci6n.
Adoniram J. Iglesias, Guardia, Direcci6n
Hospital Gorgas de Transporte y Terminales, Divisi6n de
Mary L. Lloyd, Lucille C. Carney, Enfer- Terminales.
mera (Clinica) a Enfermera, Sala de Oswaldo E. Barnett, Aprendiz Estibador,
Operaciones. Direcci6n de Transporte y Terminales,
Catharyn M. Lenoir, Enfermera (Obstetri- Divisi6n de Terminales.
cia) a Enfermera, Sala de Operaciones. James R. Shirley, Gerente de Proyectos de
Elvina W. Lansiquot, Oficinista a Oficinista Urbanizaci6n (Gerente, Oficina de la
Transcriptora de DictAfono. Vivienda de Crist6bal), Dirccci6n de
Ferdinand C. Reider, Auxiliar de Topogra- Abastos y Servicios Comunales, Divisi6n
fia, Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons- de Servicios Comunales.
trucci6n, a Auxiliar de Enfermeria. Virginia A. Casey, Oficinista Esten6grafa
Zenaida Valderrama, Enfermera a Enfer- Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
mera (Clinica). nales, Divisi6n de Servicios Conmunales.
Marilyn G. Icaza, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
OTROS (Aprendiz Esten6grafa), Direcci6n de
Frances P. Smith, T6cnico de Contabilidad, Abastos y Servicios Comunales, Divisi6n
Contraloria, Contaduria. de Abastos.
Richard J. Gayer, Proyectista de Sistemas Cynthia Forbes, Oficinista de Abastos, Di-,
de Computadora Electr6nica, Contra- recci6n de Abastos y Servicios Conmuna-
loria, Divisi6n de Levantamiento de les, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Datos. Carmen D. S. Grimaldo, Oficinista Meca-
Elena Cham, Oficinista de Control de Sis- ngraa, Comunirles, Di6n de Abavisitosn de Servicios
temas de Computadora Digital. cios Comunales, Divisi6n de Servicios
Nereida C. Carmona, Oficinista Traduc- Luther S. Buchanan, John L. Joshua, Levy
tora (Mecanografia), Direeci6n de Per- M. Evelyn, Auxiliar de Topografia, Di-
sonal. recci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Ingenieria.
Yolanda W. de Icaza, Oficinista, Asuntos de
Personal (General), Direceidn de Inge-
% nieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de Es-
S'i^ tudios Sobre Canal a Nivel.
.i Rogelio Altamiranda, Oficinista Mecan6-
II grafo (Aprendiz Esten6grafo), Direcci6n
de Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
| Judith Dalmage, Cainilo Guerra, Ayudante
Fisioterapeuta, Hospital Gorgas.
SLorenzo S. Gordon, Mavis D. Graham,
I '' .Edward Thomas, Gerald B. Davis, Auxi-
S t liar de Enfermeria (Medicina General y
Cirugia), Hospital Gorgas.
* '. > --- Cynthia E. Schloss, Enfermera (Clinica),
S' Hosital Gorgas.
II' Jestls V. Ruelas, Oficinista de Abastos, Hos-
< J pital Gorgas.
Mario Urdaneta, Trabajador Social, Hos-
pital Goreas.
I Camille J. Van Hoose, Tecn6loga M6dica,
1 Hospital Gorgas.
Gloria E. Campbell, Oficinista Mecan6gra-
S | "- fa (Aprendiz Esten6grafa), Hospital de
-- William G. Hill, Subjefe Inspector de Sa-
nidad, Direcci6n de Salubridad, Divi-
si6n de Sanidad.
Jorge J. Marin, Subjefe del Centro de Bo-
"No encontrr; mi calco." liches, Divisi6n de Abastos.


Cuadros relacionados con las Fiestas Patrias de PanamA fueron exhibidos en la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City durante la celebraci6n de la Semana de la Educaci6n en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas. Contemplando
esos trabajos estan Brenda Escalona y Roberto Muir, alumnos del 99 grado "C" de ]a Escucla Secundaria de
Rainbow City.

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