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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: March 31, 1967
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: VID00608
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL GftoftheP nacanaM

Vol. V, No. 41 More Than 50 Years o S pillow ad Commerce Friday, March 31, 1967

Vol. V, No. 41 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, March 31, 1967

Throng Sees

Fair Opening

At Chorrera

Several thousand persons last night
witnessed the opening of the Chorrera
Fair, with a lively program and wide
array of exhibits arranged for the
celebration. It continues until Monday
morning, when premiums and other
awards will be presented.
Under the title of the VII Agricul-
tural, Industrial and Commercial
Fair, and Folklore Festival, 1967, the
Chorrera Fair offers much to see, and
all of it nearby for Panama City and
Canal Zone residents. The 30-minute
drive to the fairgrounds will prove
more than worthwhile for visitors.
Jorge VelAsquez, General Manager
of the Banco Nacional, officially
opened the fair last night, with
Msgr. TomAs A. Clavel, Archbishop
of Panama, offering a blessing.
The 79th Army Band, U.S. Army
Southern Command, played for the
inauguration. As a prelude to the
ceremonies, the band paraded through
Chorrera and in the evening, played
at the coronation of the queen of the
fair, Edith I.
United States participation includes
music by the Army's Steel Band spon-
sored by the Southern Command at
3 p.m. today. At 6 o'clock this even-
ing there will be a concert by the
U.S. Southern Command Air Force
Saturday, the Panama Canal's
model of the launch Las Cruces, atop
a trailer, will tour Chorrera. with the
Steel Band aboard to furnish music.
Accompanying the Las Cruces will
be a parade of autos carrying fair
personalities and the Isthmian High-
landers marching to the beat of their
famous bagpipe music. This Canal
Zone entertainment unit has proved
to be a star attraction at several in-
terior fairs. All its members are resi-
dents of the Canal Zone, connected
with either the military or the Canal
The Steel Band, after the tour, will
furnish music at the fairgrounds
through 8 p.m.
The Canal exhibit features two
films-one on Panamanian Student
(Continued on p. 4)

The CO Must

Have Thought

It Real Sweet!
What's a good gift for a serviceman
on Easter Sunday? Especially if the
serviceman is newly-inducted in the
service and, moreover, has K.P.
(kitchen police) duty Easter Day.
A New York City friend of the
serviceman, son of a Canal Zone
resident, pondered the problem and
then purchased a 4-foot inflatable
figure of an Easter bunny as the
perfect holiday remembrance.
To ensure the prompt delivery of
the gift, it was addressed to the serv-
iceman's commanding officer, accom-
panied by a note signed with the
serviceman's sister's name. The plain-
tive message said this was her broth-
er's first Easter away from home, and
would the commanding officer please
have the bunny inflated and delivered
on Easter Day.
Reliable sources report that the
serviceman's friend has signed up for
track and is advertising for seven
league boots-to be able to catch his
"friend" first chance he gets.

Reaction Varies Widely

On School Hours Changes

Discussion of the proposed changes
in U.S. school hours and questions
raised by delegates to the Caribbean
Girls' State drew most of the atten-
tion at the recent monthly executive
session of U.S. Civic Councils.
The school hour change was
originally proposed by the Schools
Division and presented at the pre-
vious executive session so that Civic
Council representatives could gather
sample opinions on the matter before
the administration took any action.
Feelings about the proposal were
generally mixed.

"I'm busy tonight, but if you'd stop by tomorrow night about 7 o'clock . ." That might be what Jubilee Taffy
Apple was whispering to Timmy at the recent Doggie Easter Parade held at Stevens Circle sponsored by the
Canal Zone Kennel Club. Jubilee Taffy used the alias Clown in the show. She is owned by Mrs. Marilyn Stains
of Cardenas Village and was handled by her daughter, Carolyn. Timmy, sporting a bow tie, is owned by Mrs.
Ross Pase of Diablo Heights and was handled by her daughter, Betsy Groves. He used the name Englishman
for the show.

University Cornerstone Laying April 10

The cornerstone for the University
of Santa Maria La Antigua, the first
private institute of higher learning in
Panama, is to be laid April 10 at
Miraflores on the outskirts of Panama
The university began operating as
an academic institution in May 1965
with an initial enrollment of 230
students. The Most Reverend Tomais
A. Clavel, Archbishop of Panama,
donated his official residence in Pan-
ama City as temporary quarters for
the university. The Rev. Benjamin
Ayechu was appointed rector. This
was the beginning of the University
of Santa Maria La Antigua-for the

Garden Sales

Store Closing
Operation of the Summit Garden
sales store, located near the Balboa
Retail Store in the vicinity of the
Balboa Stadium, will be discontinued
after Saturday, April 8, it has been
announced by the Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau.
A greater variety of plants, fertil-
izers, and garden supplies that can be
obtained at this store is available at
Summit Gardens.

literary, scientific, moral and religious | beginning in April and ending in

benefit of the rising and future gener-
ations of Panama.
A master plan of a 10-Year, $25
million development program has
been completed and the university is
to be located in Miraflores and Villa
Caceres. A plot plan includes a
campus of 14 buildings in addition to
an open air theater, athletic fields,
parking areas, and bus stop.
Phase I of the master plan calls for
construction of three building-the
science building, classroom building,
and library, in that order-or simul-
taneously, depending on available
funds. This construction is to begin
early this year.
The plot plan also includes a
student union building, exact sciences
building, administration building,
business administration building,
women's residence, men's residence,
auditorium, medical science building,
fine arts building, law and political
science building, and other facilities
to accommodate students of Panama
and possibly Central America.
The academic organization of the
University of Santa Maria La Antigua
includes three faculties: the School of
Philosophy, Literature, and Educa-
tion; the School of Natural Sciences;

The sales store was opened during and the School of Social Sciences and
World War II as a convenience to Administration.
employees who are unable to travel The undergraduate degree program
to Summit because of gasoline of the university is a 5-yvear or 10-
rationing. semester progrmun, with semesters

December. A preliminary projection
of student enrollment shows approxi-
mately 3,000 students satisfactorily
accommodated in terms of facilities to
be available in 1975. This number
includes full-time, part-time, and
evening students.
Initial efforts of the university will
be concentrated on planning and de-
veloping high quality educational
programs in general education, teach-
er education, business administration,
and industrial technology, four areas
of education most important to the
future economic and industrial devel-
opment of Panama.
(Continued on p. 4)

Last Week's


Miraflores Locks
Gatun Locks
Las Cruces,
5 partial transits- .----
Reina Manuelita,
1 partial transit....
3 partial transits-
Summit Gardens
Chuson _....
SantaoA Maria ....
Australis .. .
Frederico C (serviced
at pier)_
Grand Total ..







New Sing-Out '67 Coming;

Zone Performance April 14
Sing-Out '67, the newest edition of the explosive youth movement
that entertained Panama with its ebullient music last year, returns next
month for an extended visit that includes a performance in the Canal Zone.
The 150-member cast is bringing along an all new show fresh from
a months-long tour of the United States and Canada. Its only public Canal
Zone performance is scheduled for 8 p.m., April 14, at Balboa Stadium.
The public is invited free of charge.
Members of the cast have put to music their determination to work
for a better world and a better nation. The Sing-Out idea originated at
Mackinac Island, Mich., in 1965 when several thousand young people
attended a Moral Re-Armament Conference for Modernizing America.
Those participating in the program are not paid and in many cases
sold cars or did without other luxuries to be a part of the Sing-Out
The cast hopes to stay in homes in the Canal Zone and Panama during
its visit. Anyone interested in providing hospitality can contact Sing-Out
'67 at Panama 3-5632.

Cayuco Racers

Need Proof of

Physical Exams
All explorers who are planning to
participate in the 1967 Cayuco Race
April 7, 8, and 9 are reminded they
must have had a physical examination
since May 1, 1966. The Standard Boy
Scouts of America Physical Examina-
tion Form must be turned in by each
explorer as he checks in at the Cris-
tobal Yacht Club April 7.
The physical examination forms,
which are available from school
nurses at Balboa and Cristobal High
Schools, must be filled out by the
parents prior to the examination.
In the case of lost or misplaced
examination forms, the explorer may
get a statement from the school nurse
or his private physician certifying that
he has had a physical examination
since May 1, 1966. The health his-
tory on the official medical form must
he filled out by a parent.
Explorers are asked to follow the
regular school procedures to be
excused from school at 11 a.m.,
April 7. Pacific area explorers should
plan to board the train at Balboa
Heights at 11:54 a.m. or at Gamboa
at 12:27 p.m.
Capt. Axton T. Jones, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau director,
will be the official starter of the 1967
race, starting at 3 p.m., at the Cristo-
bal Yacht Club April 7.

Richard Cunningham, treasurer of
the Coco Solo Council, stated that
no general agreement for or against
the change could be reached in his
area. As for some specific objections,
he reported some working mothers
felt that the new hours would leave
them insufficient time for shopping
before the children arrived home from
school. Also, under the new system,
the pupils would have too much free
Another objection was that the
hours would work a hardship on
mothers of large families by creating
the need for as many as four different
serving times for lunch. The elemen-
tary and high school teachers favored
the change while kindergarten
teachers opposed it, Cunningham
Mrs. Majel Reinheimer, first vice
president of the Cristobal-Margarita-
Brazos Heights Civic Council, said in
her area the high school teachers
generally favored the change. Mrs.
Louise Griffon, also of the Cristobal-
Margarita-Brazos Heights Civic
Council, said the parents were op-
posed to the proposed change.
Mrs. Gloria Borell, vice president
of the Gamboa Civic Council, stated
that those in her area were about
evenly split for and against the
change. Capt. Howard Buehler, pres-
ident of the Pacific Civic Council,
said he polled more than 40 persons
and it was generally 9 to 4, with the
majority against the new hours. Many
of those contend that kindergarten
would start too late, Captain Buehler
Mrs. Darleen Ashby, first vice
president of the Pacific Council, said
that speaking as a mother of four
children she was highly in favor of
the hour change.
When a show of hands was re-
(Continued on p. 4)


March 31, 1967

Atlantic side Panama Canal employees who have completed Phase Two, lessons 9 through 15, in spoken Spanish
(above) received their certificates from Mrs. Dolores Suarez, left, the instructor of the class. Shown receiving
her certificate is Mrs. Dora (David C.) McIlhenny, librarian at Coco Solo Library. From left: Mrs. Suarez, Roy
Burgener, Dora Mcllhenny, Lt. John Fettler, Benjamin Favorite, and George Babinecz. Certificates also were
received by Capt. F. E. Perra, Commander, Cristobal Police District, Meredith Brown, Lt. George Roth, and Mrs.
Marilyn Chase. "Simon Legree," the sign on the blackboard just behind Mrs. Suarez, is the name her classes have
given her, she explains. Certificates denoting completion of basic lessons 1 through 8 also were presented by Mrs.
Suarez. Employees who received these certificates (below) were, from left: Amos DeRaps, David A. Hope, Ray
Bunnell, Tom Robertson, John Ruble, Dr. W. H. Wynne, Dee Collins, and Mrs. Audra Dougan. Another member
of the class who received a certificate, but was not present when the photograph was taken, is Mrs. Mary
Alice Williford.

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"Ferguson's Hideaway" might be
the name of the little bistro in New
Orleans that has been the gastronom-
ical secret, until now, of L. A. Fergu-
son, Director of the Panama Canal's
Supply and Community Service.
But the secret is too good to keep,
so he's sharing with SPILLWAY readers
the locale of a little gem of a restau-
rant he was introduced to by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph McHugh, the former
administrative head of the Panama
Canal's New Orleans office and Chief
of the Procurement Division.
The bistro's real name is "Bon Ton"
and it is nestled in a building on Mag-
azine Street, two blocks from Canal
Street. The Bon Ton, says gourmet
Ferguson, is identifiable from the out-
side only by a red-striped awning.
There is no sign, and it actually is
hard to find unless one has a sharp
eye. The restaurant has never adver-
tised and it bears no name sign.

AND Bread Pudding!
"But the Bon Ton is worth the
time spent looking for it. The
food . ." Ferguson's eyes sparkled
as he recalled crab meat imperial on
toast points, shrimp remoulade, and,
surprise of surprises, bread pudding!
Bread pudding!
A visit to the Bon Ton, he insists,
would be incomplete without a meal
topped off with the special bread
pudding. Each piece is made individ-
ually with butter and sugar and eggs,
and whiskey added to the hot sauce.
What is more, customers come from
miles away to finish off a meal with
this bread pudding.

Capsule Course

... in better human relations, on
the job and off:
Five most important words: I amn
proud of you.
Four most important words:
What is your opinion?
Three most important words: If
you please.
Two most important words:
Thank you.
Least important word: I.

The proprietors are Alvin and Al-
zina Pierce, who operate the Bon Ton
almost as a personal affair. They have
refused to expand, explaining that
during the normal 4-hour evening
mealtime from 5 to 9 p.m., the Bon
Ton serves about 125 people, al-
though on some nights, Friday in
particular, the crowd sometimes gets
Dishes Basic Creole
They have never advertised, de-
spite the fact that advertising could
make their dining room a famous
place; and have featured dishes that
are basically creole recipes from both
their families.
Pierce is likely to frown on such
gauche conduct as smoking between
courses, will not serve food as long
as liquor is on the table, never puts
a bottle of wine on the cloth until
the liquor glasses have been removed,
and is a thorough believer in leisurely
Among his surprises for clients is
a large stock of well-chilled Vouvray
white wine-large for a modest United
States restaurant.
Talking to the proprietors, Fergu-
son found out that Pierce, who is
built like a prizefighter and speaks
with a touch of French-bayou accent,

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


Any More

came into the restaurant business
without planning to do so. He was a
south Louisiana farmer, a bayou man
who was brought up on creole deli-

No One "Rushed"
First he was proprietor of the Ace
High Restaurant in Lockport, 60 miles
south of New Orleans in the bayou
country. He and his wife opened their
first restaurant across from Interna-
tional House in New Orleans. They
moved to their present location about
14 years ago.
The tables are covered with red
checkered cloths, the bar covered
with zinc, and the room is lighted
by hurricane lamp chandeliers.
Ferguson, thrilled with his find,
was even more deligthed with the
Pierce philosophy concerning the
guests enjoying the Bon Ton meals.
"No one is rushed," he told hem. "We
provide good service, but we also
leave people alone. There's no get-
em-in, get-em-out problem. You can't
eat good food in a hurry."

Table Topic: Food
During the evening hours, Pierce
strolls from table to table, chatting
with his customers and occasionally
asks permission to join them for a
few minutes. And what does he talk
about when he sits down? Food,
naturally. Like the chicken gumbo
and the turtle soup, both family
secrets for more than half a century.
He has definite ideas about adver-
tising, too. The Bon Ton specializes
in creole cooking and doesn't seek the
walk-in clientele looking for a quick
hamburger and french fries.
Throughout New Orleans there are
neighborhood restaurants like the Bon
Ton. For instance, the Elmwood
Plantation on the river, a fairly new
eating place, awaiting the adven-
turous diner-dozens of restaurants
unheard of in the outside world and


"There was an old woman who
lived in a shoe; she had so many
children she didn't know what to
do . ."
Now, the real story behind the shoe
lady is that she just doesn't know
what to do about breakfast, because
with all those kids, everyone wanted
something different. You know how
kids are.
So the old lady was worn to a
frazzle, until her best and dearest
friend, Matilda, called and told her
about the Sunday Brunches at the
Tivoli. On Matilda's advice, she de-
cided to take all her kids to the
Brunch on April 2, and then she ran
out and got a copy of the SPILLWAY
to find out what the menu was.
Well, she figured she couldn't go
wrong with the menu, because it has
so much, like assorted fruit and juice
trays, rolled hot cakes with fruit fill-
ings, French toast with syrup, roast
beef hash with eggs, grilled ham and
bacon, assorted dry cereals, buttered
toast, cinnamon toast, jam, jelly, pop-
overs, assorted coffee cakes, coffee,
tea, and milk.
The old lady knew she could afford
the whole thing, because she only
pays 95 cents for each child and $1.35
for herself (she's an adult).
Since the Brunch is served from


--"My Favorite Martian"
-SCN Afternoon News
-Afternoon (Cont.)
-NASA Film:
-SCN News In Spanish
-I've Got A Secret
-Jim Bowie
-SCN News
-Hollywood Palace
-Canal Zorn" Calendar
-Armnchair Theater:
"Under Fire"
-Focus on Today
-Roy Acuff's Open House
-Curt Massey


9 a.m. to 1 p.m., she has plenty of
time to get the kids ready, and every-
thing. I mean, taking the whole thing
into account, the old lady figures this
whole Brunch bit will be a freeze-
and do you know what? It is!

"Jack Sprat could eat no fat, his
wife could eat no lean . ."
Which means: Obviously, Jack
Sprat is a physical fitness nut, or
something. Or perhaps he has a high
chloresterol problem, maybe.
Now Jack Sprat's wife is another
story. Perhaps she is just psycholog-
ically unprepared to go on a diet that
suits her (after all, everyone has a
favorite diet). Of course, this rhyme
may not mean Jack Sprat's wife is
overweight in the first place; she
might be big boned, or something.
At any rate, Jack and his wife will
find the Tivoli Monday Night Buffet
on April 3 ideal for both their gastro-
nomic habits: The night is German
Night and features sauerbraten, po-
tato dumplings, German style sauer-
kraut, hot German potato salad, rye
bread, rolls, butters, relish tray,
assorted pastries and beverage.
Ole Jack only has to pay $1.50 to
come to German Night and his chil-
dren pay $1.
The seating hours are at 5:30, 6:30,
and 7:30 p.m. Just call 2-2111 for

(Schedule subject to change without notice),

7:30-Heart of the City
8:00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Jack And The Beanstalk"
9:00-Canal Zone Calenaar
9:05-Latin American Yesterdays
9:30-U.S. Steel Hour
10:3D-Focus on Today
10:50-Court of Last Resort
11:20-Curt Massey

4:15-"Danny Thomas" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
0:30-Big Pieture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-To Tell The Truth
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armnchair Theater:
"Three Blind Mice"
10:25-Focus on Today
10:45-The Third Man
11:15-Curt Massey

4:15-"Andy Griffith" (Reneat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-The Air Force Story
6:30-The Smithsonian
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Joey Bishop
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Arm-hair Theater:
"The Ghost And Mrs. Muir"
10:50-Focus On Today
11:10-Death Valley Days
11:35-Curt Massey

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Jack And The Beanstalk
2:00-Cartoon Carnival:
"Felix The Cat"
"Clutch Cargo"
"Space Angel"
2:25-Captain Kangaroo
4:45-Wrestling from Olympic
6:00-Weekend '67
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"Slattery's Hurricane"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Lawrence WVelk
9:00-Hearst Metronome Weekly
9:10-Canal Zone Calendar
9:15-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life

Single Ships Order Tops $70 Million

Orders for five 27,000-ton container I industry. British and Japanese yards

waiting to be discovered by epicures. ships worth more than $70 million also bid on the contract.
But the customers would just as have been placed with 3 German ,
soon keep it that way, jealous of find- shipyards by Overseas Containers,
ing a place where dining is a personal Ltd., a British consortium. It is be- Nature never makes any blunders;
affair. New customers, on the other lived to be the largest single order when she makes a fool she means it.
hand, enjoy the thrill of discovery, ever placed by the British shipping -Josh Billings.

Page 2


Gourmet Spot No Secret

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Sunday Playhouse:
"Cairo Road"
2:25-The Christophers
2:50-Chapel ot the Air
3:20-Parade of Sports-
5:00-NASA Film:
"Mastery of Space"
6:30--Harrigan and Son
6:55-Social Security in Action
7:05-Gene Autry Film Festival:
"Call of the Canyon"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Ed Sullivan
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Dick Powell Theater
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Coronet Films:
11:05-The Sacred Heart

4:15-"Death Valley Days" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
6:30-G.E. College Bowl
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Pat Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Red Skelton
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"A Gentleman At Heart"
10:15-To be announced
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Colonel March of Scotland
11:20-Curt Massey

4:15-"Jim Bowie" (Repeat)
5-00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
:30-Dno You Know?
6.55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Danny Thomas

March 31, 1967


9th Annual



The Ninth Annual Pet Show spon-
sored by the Society for the Preven-
tion of Cruelty to Animals will be
held on Friday, April 7, at 6:30 p.m.,
in the Balboa Stadium.
Entry forms are available at the
Canal Zone Service Centers, the
schools, the Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB), and the Small Animal Clinic
at Corozal.
A special open event is listed this
year for the pet with the longest or
shortest tail, longest or shortest ears,
and the largest feet.
There also is included an event for
a pet who can do the most tricks.
Additional information may be
obtained by telephoning Mrs. C. M.
Holcomb, Balboa 3025.

Canal Zone teachers like golf. Some years ago teachers here decided to get
together during school holidays to enjoy one of the Zone's favorite pastimes.
Now there is a formal organization, with elected officers, that plans tourna-
ments which are played on both sides of the Isthmus. Easter week found
this group of some 25 teachers playing at the popular Panama Golf Course.
Joe Norton, left, of Balboa High School, Schools' Division Golf Association
president, is shown presenting a trophy to low net winner Luke Palumbo
of Cristobal High School during their award dinner presentation. This
year's other officers include Bob Oxley, Coco Solo Elementary School,
vice president, and Gene Bondurant, Balboa High School, secretary-treasurer.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
April 1, 1967
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun. 2:30, 6:15, 8:15 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-The Appaloosa (AY)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Fanny (AY)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-The Spy With
Lace Panties (AY)
Fri., (2 shows) 6:15, 8:00 p.m.-The Ghost
And Mr. Chicken (AYC)
Sat.-A Man Could Get Killed (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Phantom
Stallion (AYC)
Sun.Mon.-Tues.-Doctor Zhivago (AY)
Wed.-Time Bomb (AY)
Thurs.-Tammy And The Doctor (AYC)
Fri.-Hold Onl (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Last Of
The Comanches (AYC)
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Waco (AY)
Sunm.-Spinout (AYC)
Tues.-Time Bomb (AY)
Wed.-Doctor Zhivago (AY)
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Doctor Zhivago (AY)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat., 7:30 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
How To Steal A Million (AYC)
Mon.-Brainwashed (AY)
Tues.-The Victors (ADULT)
Wed.-Thurs.-The Chase (ADULT)
Fri.-Johnny Reno (AY)
Sat.-Situation Hopeless . But Not
Serious (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Quiet
Man (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Kaleidoscope (ADULT)
Tues.-Some Like It Hot (ADULT)
Wed.-The Warriors (AYC)
Thurs.-Mutiny In Outer Space (AYC)
Fri.-Waco (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Jungle
Manhunt (AYC)
Sat.-Smoky (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 p.m.-The Maverick
Queen (AYC)
Sun.-Walk, Don't Run (ADULT)
Tues.-A Man Could Get Killed (AY)

Thurs.-Some Like It Hot (ADULT)
Fri.-The Warriors (AYC)

Special Matinees

-All Films AYC-
Saturday, April 1, 1967
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Dinosaurusl-100 tons of Primeval animal
fury unleased on a tropical paradise . .
alive with thrills that started a million
years ago. (Spanish titles.) (Scope and
Color.) T-92 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Whispering Smith-Alan Ladd, Brenda
Marshall: Thrill-swept epic of the heroic
empire builders.
2:00 p.m.
Cinderfella-Jerry Lewis, Ed Wynn: A
fabulous new version of the beloved
story Cindy's a fella . and what a
fella! It's a ball as Jerry 0l. .......- .
flash from poor stepson to ,i... ... r
stepper at the Princess' Ball. (Spanish
titles.) (Color.) T-95 mins.
6:15 p.m.
Boy Who Stole A Million-An amusing, yet
touching story involving a boy, a dog,
and a million pesetas (roughly $28,000)
who is being chased by half the thugs
in Valencia. (Spanish titles.)
T-75 mins.

2:00 p.m.
Bedtime For Bonzo-Ronald Reagan, Diana
Lynn: Comedy of a psychology professor
who attempts to prove his theory by
raising a young chimpanzee like a baby.
T-90 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Island Of The Blue Dolphins-Children's
novel about an Indian girl's incredible
adventure on a lost island. (Color.)
(Family medal.) T-106 mins.
*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.


"I'm going to take that trophy home,"
prophesies Bambi, owned by Sandra
Hollis, in making plans to participate
in the Ninth Annual Pet Show to be
held April 7 at the Balboa Stadium.

The Cryan Shame combo will play
for the dancing set at the New Balboa
Teen Club tonight from 8 to mid-
Dress will be sportswear. Members
are admitted free. Non-members are
charged a nominal fee.

Marguerite Y. Budreau, Statistical Clerk
(Typing) to Statistical Assistant.
Lorenza I. Peralta, Clerk-Stenographer,
Motor Transportation Division, to Sta-
tistical Clerk (Typing).
Ellen W. Mallia, Library Assistant, Canal
' Zone Library, to File Clerk.
Burton F. Mead, Accounting Technician,
from Accounting Division to Systems
Evelyn S. Barrett, Payroll Clerk to Payroll
Control Assistant, Payroll and Machine
Accounting Branch.
Dredging Division
Luis Rosero, Claude C. Jesse, Dalton R.
Ferdinand, Fireman (Floating Plant) to
Oiler (Floating Plant).
Victor M. Mite, Oswald A. Sealey to
Leader Seaman.
Richard Danvers, Laborer (Heavy) to
Water Tender (Floating Plant).
Douglas Kelly, Seaman to Oiler (Floating
Plant Boom).
Clifford Powell, Helper Welder, Firemen
(Floating Plant).
Pedro Osses, Fireman i i...,.... Plant) to
Water Tender (Floati.-. i I...,t
Efrain B. Muiioz, Seaman to Oiler (Float-
ing Plant).
Da Costa Mahon, Fireman (Floating Plant)
to Water Tender (Floating Plant).
George M. Weeks, Clerk to Time and
Leave Clerk.
Felix Tabarin, Seaman to Foreman.
Samuel Z. Evans, Samuel E. Foster, Nor-
bert R. Welsh, Aniseto Palacio, Jos6 G.
Agostini, Fireman (Floating Plant) to
Oiler (Floating Plant).
Edmond Smith, Antonio S. Torres, Seaman
to Leader Seaman.
Philip C. Neblett, Hector A. Prince, Sea-
man (Launch) to Seaman.
Harris A. Hinds, Seaman to Clerk.
John G. Witt, Apprentice (Engineman-
Hoisting and Portable) 3d Year to Ap-
prentice (Engineman-Hoisting and Port-
able) 4th Year.
Bernard M. Parmentier, General Foreman
(Marine Equipment and Facilities Re-
pair) to Chief Foreman (Marine Equip-
ment and Facilities Repair).
Charles L. Miller, Operator, Craneboat, to
Operator, Dipper Dredge.
Engineering Division
Roger R. Toledano, Mechanical Engineer
(Utilities) to Supervisory Mechanical
Engineer (Utilities).
Electrical Division
Earl 0. Dailey, Supervisory Electrical En-
gineer (Supervisor, Southern District) to
Supervisory Electrical Engineer (Chief,
Electrical Branch).
John M. Eberenz, Apprentice (Power Plant
Operator) 4th Year to Senior Operator
(Generating Station).
Joseph A. Orvis, Lead Foreman (Cable-
splicing and Electrical Distribution) to
General Foreman (Cablesplicing and
Electrical Distribution.
Thomas C. Robertson, General Foreman
(Cablesplicing and Electrical Distribu-
tion) to Chief Foreman (Electrical In-
stallation and Maintenance).
Maintenance Division
Calvin M. Landrum, Lead Foreman (Rail-
road Track Maintenance) Railroad Di-
vision, to Lead Foreman (Public Work,
Construction and Maintenance).
Manuel Lee, Learner (Helper Pipefitter) to
Helper Pipefitter.
James H. L. Thomas, Helper (General) to
Construction Division
Susan C. Giacchetto, Clerk-Typist, from
Supply Division.
Amos R. Swalm, Construction Inspector
(General) to Supervisory Construction
Inspector (General).
James M. Thompson, Jr., Construction
Inspector (General) to Supervisory Con-
struction Inspector (General).
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Helen M. Tomford, Payroll Control Assist-
ant to Budget and Accounting Clerk.
Navigation Division
Gilbert Squires, Linehandler (Deckhand)
to Seaman.
Ricardo R. Reefer, Chauffeur, Motor
Transportation Division, to Linehandler

Rafael V. Barnett, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee) to Clerk-Typist.
Philip A. Escalona, Linehandler (Deck-
hand) to Seaman (Launch).
Anna M. Bolt, Clerk-Stenographer to Su-
pervisory Administrative Services As-
James V. Foster, Admeasurer Assistant to
Donald L. Thompson, Marine Traffic Con-
troller Assistant to Marine Traffic Con-
Joseph C. Kelley, Signalman to Marine
Traffic Controller Assistant.
Industrial Division
Victor M. Mendoza, Engineering Drafts-
man (General) to Marine Engineering
Technician (Drafting).
Francis E. Westley, Rupert Gill, Kasper G.
Alleyne, Chester Brown, Helper (Gen-
eral) to Boilermaker (Maintenance).
Patricia M. Flores, Personnel Staffing
Specialist, Cristobal Personnel Branch,
to Supervisory Administrative Services
Fred R. Trout, Leader Welder to Lead
Foreman Welder.
Noble A. Phillips, Planner and Estimator
(Sheetmetal Worker, Pinefitter) to Su-
pervisory Planner and Estimator.
Robert G. Stern, Sheetmetal Worker to
Lead Foreman Sheetmetal Worker.
Locks Division
Emiliano Mares, Linehandler to Painter
Elbert L. Hughes, Towing Locomotive
Operator (Locks) to Lock Operator
(Engineman-Hoisting and Portable).
John M. Baer, Machinist to Lock Operator
William L. Bennett, Lock Operator (Elec-
trician) to Leader, Lock Operator (Elec-
William 0. Cofer, Administrative Services
Assistant to Administrative Assistant.
Steadman C. Lumbsden, F6Hix Z. Modes-
tin, Detention Guard, Police Division,
to Guard, Canal Security Force.
Manuel L. Chabolla, Sales Store Clerk,
Supply Division, to Guard.
William J. Miller, Apprentice (Machinist)
3d Year to Apprentice (Machinist) 4th
Bela W. Suech, Machinist to Lock Oper-
ator (Machinist).
Office of Director
Harvey G. Rhyne, Probation Officer to
Chief Probation Officer.
Police Division
William R. Thrift, Police Private, to De-
Dwight C. DeVane, Distribution and Win-
dow Clerk, Substitute, to Police Private.
Postal Division
Hugh L. Reid, Time and Leave Clerk, Ter-
minals Division, to Distribution and
Window Clerk, Substitute.
Customs Division
James V. Bartlett, Customs Enforcement
Officer to Customs Inspector.
Schools Division
Priscilla V. Collins, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee) to Clerk-Typist.
Norman B. AItenberg, Instructor (Canal
Zone College) to Registrar (Canal Zone
Doris G. Etchberger, Statistical Clerk
(Stenography) to Secretary (Stenogra-
Gay E. Weeks, Clerk-Typist (Stenographer
Trainee) to Clerk-Typist.
James N. Cook, Counselor (U.S. Schools)
Supervising Director (Secondary-U.S.
Supply Division
Robert H. Brome, Laborer (Heavy) to
Ruth Crouch, Chief Usher, (Balboa Thea-
ter) to Ticket Seller (Balboa Theater).
Lee R. Sparks, Production Specialist Super-
visory (Refrigeration Products) to Cold
Storage Plant Manager.
John H. Simson, General Supply Officer,
Office of Director, to Supply Systems
Mary E. Brown, Snack Bar Operator to
Food Supervisor.
Margaret M. Larrison, Transportation Loss
and Damage Claims Examiner to Trans-
portation Assistant.
Philip J. Bauman, Service Center Super-
visor to Assistant Service Center Man-
(Continued on p. 4)

Duayne T. McNeil, center, exhibits with pride the master key to the Panama Canal locks and a certificate in
grade of "ship herder" presented upon retirement as Panama Canal Marine Traffic Controller by Capt. M. J.
Prince, Marine Director. The presentation was made in his office in the Balboa Terminal Building in the presence
of his wife and fellow workers. From left are Capt. Richard C. Sergeant, Captain of the Balboa Port, Mrs. McNeil,
Captain Prince, Rufus C. O'Neal, Chief Marine Controller, and Adrian M. Bouche, Jr., Marine Traffic Controller.
McNeil, who is retiring after 30 years of service with the Marine Bureau, is leaving Sunday for Bradenton, Fla.,
where he and his wife will make their future lhome. (Photo in Spanish section shows McNeil and his wife
being presented farewell gifts from his fellow workers.)

Page 3




The Council for Exceptional Chil-
dren, Canal Zone Chapter, is spon-
soring a Mexican style dinner Friday,
April 7, at 6:30 p.m., at the Quarry
Heights Officers Club.
An after-dinner discussion on Juve-
nile Delinquency in the Canal Zone:
The Sum and the Substance, will be
discussed by the following panel
members: Guthrie F. Crowe, Judge
of the U.S. District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone; Rowland
K. Hazard, United States Attorney,
Canal Zone; Col. Cloma A. Huffman,
Deputy Chaplain USARSO; and
Robert S. Jeffrey, Administrative
Assistant to the Governor and Assist-
ant Executive Secretary of the Pan-
ama Canal Organization.
Reservations may be made by call-
ing Balboa 2511 or 3320 before 4:15
p.m. Wednesday, April 5. Persons
from the Atlantic side who plan to
attend will be met at the railroad
station if they advise by calling the
above telephone numbers.


Nine Panama Canal employees
retired during the month of March.
They are:

Miss Cathrine Brown, Cook, Supply
Division, Atlantic side:. 25 years,
3 months, 23 days.
Robert T. Head, Jr., Locomotive
Operator, Locks Division, Pacific
side: 15 years, 1 month, 21 days.
Cornelius E. Johnson, Time and
Leave Clerk, Locks Division, At-'
lantic side: 36 years, 3 months, 22
William Joseph, Deckhand, Naviga-
tion Division, Atlantic side: 18
years, 4 months, 22 days.
Septimus Simons, Painter, Locks Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 35 years, 3
months, 17 days.
Eliodoro Torres, Seaman, Dredging
Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 5
Leopold S. Welch, Messenger, Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side: 38
years, 1 month, 17 days.
John 0. Welsh, Nursing Assistant,
Gorgas Hospital: 35 years, 8
months, 6 days.
Daniel C. Zitzmann, Operating Ac-
countant, Accounting Division, Pa-
cific side: 30 years, 4 days.



March 31, 1967

a m-' --- ."
Plans for the Sing-Out '67 appearance in the Canal Zone are discussed by
Morgan Goodwin, the Canal organization's English publication editor, left,
and Jim Scudder, public relations coordinator for the 150-member musical
group. The only public showing in the Canal Zone for Sing-Out '67 is
scheduled for April 14 at the Balboa Stadium. (Story on page 1.)

Civic Councils Executive Session

(Continued from p. 1)

quested from the Girls' delegation,
the majority indicated they favored
the change. Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt
estimated the ratio at three to one.
Mrs. David J. Markun, who direc-
ted the 1967 Caribbean Girls' State,
introduced Gov. W. P. Leber and
and Coronel Parfitt to the delegates.
Governor Leber welcomed the girls
to the meeting and Lieutenant Gov-
ernor Parfitt introduced the attending
members of the Civic Council and
explained the purposes and functions
of the Civic Council.
The Lieutenant Governor announc-
ed that the Rates Branch is studying
the need for rate increases in several
Panama Canal organization opera-
tions, particularly housing, hospitals,
and storehouses. It appears, he added,
that it may be necessary to increase
some rates early in the next fiscal
year. He emphasized that no definite
recommendations have been made yet
and that the Civic Council represen-
tatives will be given an opportunity
to study the proposals before any
action is taken.
Mrs. Griffon reported that some
employees have been unable to get
housing under the new quota system
and asked for a full explanation of
why the system was set up and pre-
cisely how it operates. Colonel Parfitt
said this would be provided later.
Mrs. Griffon reported a traffic hazard
at the entrance to the Coco Solo
Hospital and asked that a traffic study
be made. Also she asked that movies
at Canal Zone theaters be labeled
repeats in publications if they have
been shown here before.
Kenneth Willis, Sr., first vice pres-
ident of the Coco Solo Civic Council,
asked for a clarification on use of
Panama Railroad passes to the Pacific
side for Atlantic side residents who
must go to the other side for services
not available on the Atlantic side.
In answer to an earlier request for

Thousands Attend

Pageant at Pese

(Photos in Spanish section)

Thousands of persons attended the
Holy Week pageant a Pese in the
Province of Herrera where the dra-
matization of the Passion of Christ
was again portrayed after a lapse of
10 years.
Residents of Panama and the Canal
Zone traveled 165 miles to the sleepy
town nestled among 7 hills which
became the site of the dramatic
scenes which took place 2,000 years
ago at the Cenacle. They were awed
by the "authentic" portrayal of such
scenes as the prayer in the Mount of
Olives, the seizure of Christ, the
trial before Pontius Pilate and the
Crucifixion-so real that many cried.

a number system at the Gam boa Dis-
pensary, it was pointed out that sick
people cannot be handled on a first-
come, first-served basis. Emergencies
and patients suffering extreme pain
or serious ailments must be given
priority. Also, the present system of
placing each patient's chart or card
in order of appearance is tantamount
to a numbering system. The deter-
mination of who should be cared for
first is made by the clinic nurse or
physician and not by the clinic clerk.
The Girls' State delegates focused
most of their attention on the subject
of driver's license age requirements.
They asked that the age requirement
be lowered and that they be allowed
to take driver training in an earlier
school year so that they could get
their license as soon as they turn 17.
Some States, one delegate noted,
allow people to drive at 15 and even
14. Colonel Parfitt commented that
some States do not have the safety
record that the Canal Zone has. This
has been studied before but will be
looked into again, he added.
Another delegate asked if the
Atlantic side could have a drive-in
restaurant similar to that of the Pacific
side. Another girl complained that
frequently specials offered in the
commissary are made available but
never repeated. Some declared that
prices are out of line for food in the
school cafeterias.
In answer to requests for courses
in Russian and additional literature
courses, Governor Leber pointed out
that each year the administration
attempts to get more funds for edu-
cation. He noted that in a few days
he would be going to Washington
specifically on the matter of appro-
The girls asked the possibility of
providing more jobs for students dur-
ing the summer. Governor Leber said
more jobs are being made available
each year but realizes that there are
not yet enough to meet all the needs.

Car Wash?
Members of the Pacific Chapter of
the DeMolay will offer a speedy $1
car wash to Pacific side residents
Saturday, April 1. The drive-in and
drive-out car wash station will be set
up behind the Scottish Rite Temple
in Balboa. The operation will start
at 8:30 a.m. and continue to 3:30 p.m.

The Panamanian-North American
Association second annual film festival
began Tuesday and will run through
April 7. There are two showings
nightly, at 6:30 p.m. and again at
8:30 p.m., every night of the festival
except Sunday, April 2. Introducing
the films each night is Eduardo Fran-
gias, popular TV and stage person-
ality. There is no admission charge.

Noted Surgeon BROUSInG

Visiting Gorgas COLLECTIO n

As Consultant By Emily J. Price
Rabbi R. Barsh has written a book alities, there is a vivid picture of the
Dr. DeWitt C. Daughter, noted full of curious information: How Did way an actor creates a part, how
Miami chest surgeon, has been spend- It Begin? It explores the customs and Burton thinks it should be clone, how
ing several days as consultant with
ing several days as consultant withtraditions still current today but Cielgud differs, and thoughtful corn-
the Gorgas Hospital Staff. whose beginnings are unknown. Why mentary by the author, a veteran of
Dr. Daughtry, a graduate of are there 12 men on a jury? Why 30 years on the stage. Anyone with a
Atlantic Christin College and hol do we have piggy banks? Why are drop of theater in his blood won't be
of a medical degree from the Medical 3 volleys fired over a grave? Who able to put this one down.
College of Virginia, is Clinical Asso- invented the cocktail? Why do but- Fire Rock, by James Wood, is an
ciate Professor of Surgery at the tons on men's clothes fasten one way adventure story of the sea. The char-
and women's the opposite? This en- acters are British trawler men accus-
He has discussed "Surgery for tertaining book gives the answers to tomed to fishing beyond the Arctic
Coronary Artery Disease" and "The these questions and many more. Circle and constantly battling with
Systemic Manifestations of Lung John Buchan was a man of many one another, with tle weather, and
Tumors" at meetings with physicians talents, a soldier, a writer, a member the patrols who pr tect .he fishing
on the Isthmus. of Parliament, and, as Lord Tweeds- rights of Iceland. They meet a suspi-
A world traveler as consultant, muir, the most popular Governor- cious group of people from a plane
lecturer, and author of many papers General ever sent to Canada. John downed on a lonely island and the
and books, Dr. Daughtry was accom- Buchan; a Biography is an objective, action is fast, wet, and wintry.
panied to Panama by his wife, well-researched study of an engaging Also a sea story is Ralph Maloney's
Lucille. man. The author, Janet Adaim Smith, The Great Bonacker Whiskey War.
is Scottish, as was Buchan, and writes If the sea is less violent (it all happens
with authority of the places and in Long Island Sound) the action is
Cornerstone people which surrounded his life. wilder-hijacking, rumn-running and

(Continued from p. 1)

The university academic programs
are well under way. Student and
faculty exchanges with leading uni-
versities in the United States are
planned and proposals for scholar-
ships and funds for these pro-
grams have been presented to insti-
tutions and foundations interested in
educational support.
The university will receive tech-
nical aid for its overall development
from the U.S. International Develop-
ment Agency, which will provide
technical assistance in the organiza-
tion of the university, specialists in
higher education to help in curricula
planning, and a specialist in higher
education facilities to plan the new
campus of the university.

William Redfield's Letters from an
Actor is unique. Redfield played
Guildernstern in the 1964 production
of "Hamlet" when Richard Burton
played Hamlet and John Gielgud
directed. The letters to a friend began
the day Redfield gets the part and
they cover the rehearsal period and
the Broadway opening. Aside from the
intimate glimpses of glittering person-

The Cristobal YMCA Adult Educa-
tion School will begin a new term
Monday. The curriculum will include
four levels of conversational Spanish,
five levels of English and three levels
of shorthand.
For further information call the
YMCA at 3-2163 or 3-2164.


big-time bootlegger operations in the
1920's. This is a neat combination of
farce and melodrama with some fancy
boat handling.

IBEW Retirement

Dinner April 14

The International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, Local 397, will
hold its annual retirement dinner
April 14 at the Albrook Officers' Club.
Retirees to be honored that night are:
Charles Sorrell of the Panama
Canal Locks Division; Thomas J. Dee
of the Electrica'l Division; 'J. D. Tate
of the Aids to Navigation Division;
and Lloyd Stevens of the Power
The cocktail hour will start at 7:30
p.m., and dinner will be served at
8 p.m. Dancing will follow.
Tickets will be sold at the door.

(Continued from p. 3) of the Comptroller, Budget and Rates
Betty J. Slaughter, Retail Store Depart Yolanda Mndez, Clerk-Typist (Stenog- Chorrera Fair
rather Trainee) Office of the Comptrol-
ment Manager (General) to Merchan- ler, Accounting Division.
dise Management Assistant (General). Arthur Phillips, Learner (ielper-General), (Contimned from p. 1
Rita S. Will, Sales Store Clerk to Retail Marine Bureau, Industrial Division.
Store Department Manager (General). Claudius H. MNish, Lrearner (Helper Assistants working in the Canal or-
Cecilia Perra, Accounting Clerk to Ac- Pipefitter), Marine Bureau, Industrial
counting Assistant. Division. organization, the second showing a
Horacio I. Dunkley, Meat Wrapper to Leland D. Snider, Admeasurer Assistant, organization, the second showing a
High Truck Lift Operator. Marine Bureau, Navigation Division. transit of the Canal in rapid sequen-
Federick NI. Dowden, arehouseman to Ray L. Bunnell, Marine Traffic Controller, ces. Color photographs,a selectro-
Messente'. IMarine Bureau, Navigation Division.
Luz M. Ballesteros, Clerk-Typist (Stenog- Carmen M. Martino, EAM Project Plan- vision show and color slide shows
rapher-Trainee) to Clerk. ner Civil Affairs Bureau, Division of also are being presented. The famous
Kennute E. J. Emmons, Food Service oools. Affars Bur also are being presented. The famous
WVorker to Assistant Baker. Joan R. Cartotttto, Secretary (Stenography), burros, Mancha and Cato, are on
Community Services Division Engineering and Construction Bureau,
Sea Level Canal Support Division. hand to provide rides for the kiddies.
Eduardo Bourne, Laborer (Cleaner) to Raquel D. Lam, Clerk-Typist (Stenogra- A reptiles
Leader Laborer (Cleaner). phe, Trainee), Engineering and Con- Animals and reptiles from the
TRANSPORTATION AND TERMINALS traction Bureau, Electrical Division. Army's School of the Americas at
TRANSPORTATION AND TERMINALS Patrick L. Lincoln, Surveying Technician,
BUREAU Engineering and Construction Bureau, Fort Gulick are the featured exhibit
Railroad Division Engineering Division.
Eugene W. Gaul, Inspector (Carman, Wood Octavio A. Toral, Cartographic Techni- for the Army. This exhibit proved
and Steel) to Lead Foreman (Carman, clan, Engineering and Construction Bu- very popular at the recent David
Wood and Steel). reau, Engineering Division. T ii
Donald G. Schmidt, Economist, Office of Fair. The Navy exhibit features a cut-
Motor Transportation Division the Governor-President, Executive Plan- away model of a ship, plus photos of
Cleveland A. James, Helper Tire Rebuilder ning Staff.
to Truck Driver. Elizabeth M. Bayer, EAM Project Plan- the Navy in Action. The U.S. Air
Juan F. Edmondson, Electrician to Leader ner, Civil Affairs Bureau, Division of Force is presenting an exhibit of
Electrician. Schools. Force is presenting an exhibit of
HEALTH BUREAU Nestor Rahelu, Detention Guard, Civil ParaMedic Rescue Equipment with
HEALTH BUREAU Affairs Bureau, Police Division.
Sanitation Division Charles T. Mayors, Supply Clerk, Supply commentary on its use.
Sanitation Division and Community Service Burcau, Supply
Hip6lito C. Gil, Hospital Attendant to Division. The United States Information
Lahborer (Heavy-Pest Control). Victor E. Hinds, Clerk-Typist (Stenogra- Service is providing color movies each
Gorgas Hospital pher Trainee) Supply and Community
Gc a Hsi iService Bureau, Supply Division. night of the fair.
Olga S. Luque, Clerk-Stenographer to Adaline T. Duncan, Clerk-Typist, Health
Medical Clerk ri.-.... I Bureau, Con. Solo i.. ',.,I Again this year, thrills are be-
Linda M. Lasso, 1"..r i .i .1. I. Nurse. Ingrid K. Anderson, . i Radiologs ing furnished by the volunteer Sky-
Maj. John J. Vatral, Dental Officer (Gen- Technician (Theraphy), Health Bureau, in rs by the volunteer Sky-
eral) to Dental Officer (Oral e-....-.. ; Gorgas Hospital. divers, members of the Army Atlantic
Maj. Harold L. Rudman, Medic. '1. .. Veralca H. Landrum, Operating Room Spr Par C Pn
(Anestesiology-Supervisory) (Chief An- Nurse, Health Bureau, Corgas Hospital. Sport Parachute Club and the Pan
esthesiology Section) to Medical Officer Ora V. Stich, Librarian (Medical Sciences), American Sport Parachute Club.
(Anesthesiology) (Chief, Anesthesiology Health Bureau, Gorgas Hospital. A
and Operative Section). Margaret A. Roddy, Clerk-Stenographer, These skilled parachutists will per-
Grace Belden, Clerk-Dictating Machine Executive Planning Staff.
Transcriber to Medical Clerk (Typing). Ligia M. Diaz, Canal Zone Guide (Inter- form their colorful feats Saturday and
Winston N. Vaughn, dHospital Attendant preter) Panama Canal Information Sunday, jumping, at 10 a.m. and 4
to Ward Service Aid. Office.
Wilberforce W. Smith, Medical Aid (Or- Robert G. Turner, Supervisory Cargo As- Ip.m. each day, or as close to those
thopedics) to Orthopedic Cast Tech- distant, Transportation and Terminals times as wind and weather conditions
nician). Bureau, Terminals Division.
Coco Solo Hospital Elsie B. Garcia, Retail Store Department permit.
Manager (General), Supply and Coin- pri
Carlos F. Clinton, Clerk-Typist (Stenog- umnitv Service Bureau, Supply Division. The official program also lists a
rapher Trainee) to File Clerk. Janice J. McClung, Library Assistant, Horse Show for Sunday under spon-
Leonard R. Brown, Clerk-Typist (Stenog- Civil Affairs Bureau, Canal Zone Li-
rapher Trainee) to File Clerk. rarys sorship of the riding clubs of the
Albert Minott, Food Service Worker to Verna S. Winstead, Librarian, Civil Affairs worship of the
Food Service Worker (Heavy). Bureau, Canal Zone Library. Canal Zone and coordinated by R. S.
Norma R. Stephens, ;.-.. assistant to Consuelo A. Baker, Library Assistant, Civil Rudesheimn, long a leading figure in
Nursing Assistant i,. I...-.. and Sur- Affairs Bureau, Canal Zone Library.
gery). Alfred Davidson, Frederick R. White, area equestrian activities. Prior to the
Rosaura B. Acosta, Nurse to Clinical Nurse. Lionel A. Thorne, Victor L. Brown,
Detention Guard, Civil Affairs Bureau,. show, Rudesheim and his wife will
OTHERS Police Division.
Gilbert M. Smith, Auditor, Office of the John S. Catanzaro, Chief Engineer, Tow- participate in Judging horses entered
Comptroller, General Audit Division, boat, Marine Bureau, Navigation Divi- in fair competition.
Internal Audit Branch. sion.
Lloyd n. Munsil, Auditor, Office of the Pauline L. Blais, Accounting Technician, Record crowds are expected :)er
Comptroller, General Audit Division, Office of the Comptroller, Accounting the weekend. Motorists will find the
Internal Audit Branch. Division.
Emilio A. Rivera, P .1.1.. ..,1 Machine Henry J. Walker, Clerk, Engineering and fair entrance after driving thr(,nugh
Operation Superv 1 ... of the Construction Bureau, Maintenance Di- the center of Chorrera and about hilf
Comptroller, Payroll and Machine Ac- vision.
counting Branch. Arturo D. Davis, Detention Guard, Police a mile from the Guardia checkpoint.
Samuel Cohen, Payroll Systems Assistant, Division, Civil Affairs Bureau.
Office of the Comptroller, Payroll and Elsie N. Smith, Supervisory s(i .r:.. '- A fair direction sign is posted along
Machine Accounting Branch. couiitnt, Accounting Divis. .., *,. of e road.
Robert E. Eggleston, Rates Analyst, Office the Comptroller. I ra

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Vol. V, No. 41 Mds de 50 Afios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 31 de Marzo de 1967

La Feria de La Chorrera

Debe Tener un Gran Exito

Varios miles de personas presencia-
ron anoche la inauguraci6n de la
Feria de La Chorrera, con un extenso
program y una gran variedad de ex-
posiciones arregladas para la celebra-
ci6n, que continuara hasta el lunes
por la maiana, cuando serAn entre-
gados los premios.
Bajo el titulo de la VII Feria Agri-
cola, Industrial y Comercial y el
Festival Folkl6rico de 1967, la Feria
de La Chorrera ofrece muchas cosas
que ver, y todo esto muy cerca para
los residents de la ciudad de PanamA
y de la Zona del Canal. Los 30 minu-
tos de distancia en autom6vil a los
terrenos de la feria probaran a los
visitantes que los valen.
Jorge Velisquez, Gerente General
del Banco Nacional de PanamA, inau-
gur6 la feria oficialmente, en tanto
que Monsefior TomAs A. Clavel M6n-
dez, Arzobispo de PanamA, impartial
la bendici6n.
La Banda 79 del Ejercito, del Co-
mando Sur del Ej6rcito de Estados
Unidos, toc6 en la inauguraci6n. Co-
mo un preludio a las ceremonies, la
banda desfil6 por La Chorrera en la
tarde. Esa misma noche, a las 8:30,
la banda toc6 en la coronaci6n de
la reina de la feria, Edith Ramos I.
La participaci6n de Estados Unidos
incluye m6sica por la Banda de Ace-
ro del Ejercito, patrocinada por el
Comando Sur, hoy a las 3 p.m. A las
6 de la tarde de hoy, habrA un con-
cierto de la Banda de la Fuerza
Area del Comando Sur de EE.UU.
Mafiana, el modelo de la lancha
Las Cruces del Canal de PanamA,
montado sobre una plataforma remol-
que, recorrerA las calls de la Chorre-
ra, con la Banda de Acero a bordo
para proporcionar la mdsica. Acom-
pajiando a Las Cruces habrA un desfi-
le de autom6viles Ilevando persona-
lidades de la feria, y los "Isthmian
Highlander", marchando al compas
de su famosa m6sica de gaitas. Esta
unidad de entretenimiento de la Zona
del Canal ha probado ser una atrac-
ci6n estelar en varias ferias del inte-
rior. Todos su miembros son residen-
tes de la Zona del Canal,, relaciona-
dos con los militares o con la empresa
del Canal.
La Banda de Acero, despues de
Ilegar a los terrenos de la feria, tocara
hasta las 8 p.m.
La exposici6n del Canal ofrecerA
dos peliculas-una de los Ayudantes
Estudiantiles Panamefios que traba-
jan en la empresa del Canal, y la
segunda mostrando un transito del
Canal en rapida secuencia. Fotogra-
fias en colors, una exhibici6n en
selectrovisi6n y diapositivas a colors
tambidn serAn presentadas. Los famo-
sos burritos, Mancha y Gato, estarin
lists para pasear a los nifios.
Animales y reptiles de la Escuela
de las Americas del Ej&rcito en
Gulick, constituirin una atracci6n en

la exposici6n del Ej6rcito. Esta expo-
sici6n fue muy popular en la reciente
Feria de David. La exposici6n de la
Armada tiene un modelo de un barco,
ademAs de fotografias de la Armada
en Acci6n. La Fuerza A6rea de Es-
tados Unidos presentarA una exhibi-
ci6n de Equipo de Rescate "Para-
Medic", con comentarios sobre su
El Servicio Informativo de los
Estados Unidos proporcionarA
peliculas en colors todas las noches
de la feria.
Nuevamente este afio, habri emo-
ci6n por parte de los paracaidistas
voluntarios, miembros del Club de
Paracaidismo Deportivo del Ej6rcito
en el Atlantico y del Club de Para-
caidismo Deportivo Panamericano.
Estos habiles paracaidistas se presen-
tarAn el sabado 1I y domingo 2 de
abril. Saltarin a las 10 a.m. y a las
4 p.m. cada uno de esos dias, o a
una hora cercana siempre y cuando
lo permitan el viento y las condicio-
nes atmosf6ricas.
El program official tiene tambi6n
un EspectAculo Ecuestre para el do-
mingo, con los auspicios de los clubes
de equitaci6n de la Zona del Canal y
coordinados por R. S. Rudesheim,
por much tiempo una figure destaca-
da en las actividades ecuestres. Antes
del especticulo, Rudesheim y su es-
posa participaran como jueces en la
exhibici6n de caballos inscritos en la
competencia de la feria.
La feria de La Chorrera promete
en conjunto tener un 6xito superior
a los anteriores, y se esperan concu-
rrencias enormes durante el fin de
semana. Los automovilistas encontra-
ran la entrada a la feria despues de
pasar por el centro de La Chorrera
y como a media milla antes del Cuar-
tel de la Guardia Nacional. Un letre-
ro estA colocado en el camino.

Axton T. Jones

Dara la Partida

A los Cayucos
El CapitAn Axton T. Jones, Direc-
tor de Transporte y Terminales, seri
el que dara la partida official de las
regatas de cayucos de 1967, a las 3
p.m. el 7 de abril en el Club de
Yates de Crist6bal.
Esta prueba annual se celebrara
hasta el 9 de abril y participaran unos
40 cayucos en la regata del AtlAntico
al Pacifico a travys del Canal de
Panamai, en una distancia de 50
Estas regatas atraen cada airo enor-
mes concurrencias que animan a las

Nueve Empleados

Se Jubilaron en

El Mes de Marzo
Nueve empleados del Canal de
Panama se jubilaron durante el mes
de marzo. Ellos son:
Srta. Cathrine Brown, Cocinera, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, sector Atlantico:
25 afios, 3 meses, 23 dias.
Robert T. Head, Jr., Operario de
Locomotora de Remolque, Divisi6n
de Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 15
afios, 1 mes, 21 dias.
Cornelius E. Johnson, Oficinista, Sec-
ci6n de N6minas, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, sector Atlintico: 36 afios,
3 meses, 22 dias.
William Joseph, Pasabarcos, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n, sector Atlintico: 18
anios, 4 meses, 22 dias.
Septimus Simons, Pintor, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, sector Atlintico: 35 afios,
3 meses, 17 dias.
Eliodoro Torres, Marinero, Divisi6n
de Dragas, sector Pacifico: 31 afios,
5 dias.
Leopold S. Welch, Mensajero, Divi-
si6n de Terminales, sector Atlinti-
co: 38 afios, 1 mes, 17 dias.
John C. Welsh, Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria, Hospital Gorgas: 35 afios, 8
meses, 6 dias.
Daniel C. Zitzmann, Contador de
Operaciones, Contaduria, sector
Pacifico: 30 afios, 4 dias.

Espectaculo Anual

De Animalitos se

Celebrara en Abril

El letrero de "INRI",-Jes6s Nazareno Rey de los Judios-es clavado en la
cruz, durante el acto de crucifixion de Jesus el Viernes Santo en la poblaci6n
de Pes6. Eduardo Trejos, uno de los verdugos, es el que clava el letrero. A la
izquierda estA Gustavo Arjona, otro de los verdugos, a la derecha el soldado
Manuel Bustavino y de espaldas el otro verdugo, Porfirio Florez. (Foto
adicional en pfgina 4)

Drama de la Pasion Fue

Imnreinnnantp pon PePs

El Noveno Espectaculo Anual de LJL-l ^ .- L.EVl.tLZ.L
Animales Domesticos patrocinado por Miles de personas concurrieron el
la Sociedad para la Prevenci6n de Viernes Santo a ]a poblaci6n de Pes6,
Crueldad hacia los Animales, se lie- en a Provincia de Herrera, para pre-
vara a cabo el viernes 7 de abril a enciar el Drana de la Pasi6n e vivo.
las 6:30 p.m., en el Estadio de snciar Dram d la Pasn n vivo.
Balboa. Residents de la Rep6fblica de
Los fonnularios de inscripci6n estan PanamA y de la Zona del Canal
disponibles en los Centros de Servi- pudieron ver el impresionante drama,
cios Comunales de la Zona del Canal, interpretado por residents de ese
las escuelas, el Jewish Welfare Board pueblo situado a unas 165 millas al
(JWB) y la Clinica de Animales Pe- suroeste de la ciudad de PanamA.
quefios en Corozal. Domingo Guill!n, quien hace unos
Un event especial abierto esta 10 ailos interpretara el papel de Jes6s,
sefialado este afio para los animnalitos volvi6 a ser el actor principal en el
con el rabo mas largoo mAs corto, drama del Viernes Santo.
las orejas mas largas o mAs cortas y
las patas mas largas. Sacerdotes de la Iglesia de Pes6
Tambien se ha incluido un event se encargaron de ir explicando al
para el animalito que pueda hacer pfblico, por medio de altoparlantes,
mAs tretas. todos los actos de la Pasi6n, tales
Informaci6n adicional puede obte- como la oraci6n en el huerto de los
nerse Ilamando por telefono a la Sra. olivos y prendimiento de ]esfis, el
C. M. Holcomb, Balboa 3025. juicio ante Anas y CaifAs, el juicio

Primera Piedra Colocara

s cuando remain a traves
(Continda en7la pdgina4) a niversidad de Santa
La Universidad de Santa

ut '67 Maria La Antigua en Abril

e A bril La colocaci6n de la primera piedra Un plan piloto de 10 anios del pro-
sivo movimiento juvenil para los edificios de la Universidad grama de desarrollo de $25 millones
sivo movimiento juvenile anta Maria La Antigua, la primera ya ha sido completado y la universi-
a el afio pasado, regresa institucion privada de studios supe- dad quedarA situada en Miraflores y
ncluira una presentacion riores en PanamA, se llevarA a cabo Villa CAceres. Un plan de disefio in-
el 10 de abril en Miraflores, lugar cluye un campus de 14 edificios,
iculo nuevo acabado de situado en las afueras de la ciudad ademAs de un teatro al aire libre,
or los Estados Unidos y de PanamA. campos deportivos, Areas de estacio-
la Zona del Canal estA La universidad comenz6 a funcio- namiento y paradas de autobuses.
Estadio de Balboa. El nar como una instituci6n acad6mica La fase primera del plan piloto
en mayo de 1965 con una matricula consiste en la construcci6n de tries
a su determinaci6n de inicial de 230 estudiantes. El Reve- edificios, el de ciencias, el de salones
r. La idea del Sing-Out rendisimo Tomins A. Clavel, Arzobis- de classes y la biblioteca, en ese orden
65, cuando varies miles po de PanamA, don6 so residencia 0 simultineamente, dependiendo
Moral para la Amnrica official en la ciudad de PanamA para siempre, de los fondos disponibles.
que sirviera de alojamiento temporal Esta construcci6n empezari este afio.
ben pago alguno y en a la universidad. El Reverendo Padre Ademis de estos tres edificios el
ciertos lujos para former Benjamin Ayechu fue nombrado rec- plan de disefo include un edificio de
tor. Este fue el comienzo de la Uni- la union de estudiantes, uno para cien-
del Canal y en Panami versidad Santa Maria La Antigua, para cias exactas, otro para administraci6n,
orcionar su hospitalidad el beneficio literario, cientifico, moral otro para administraci6n y comercio,
3-5632. y religioso de las nacientes y futures una residencia para damas, una resi-
Igeneraciones de PanamA. (Continda en la pdgina 4)

L %-, %. JL JX J .% , L %,
ante Poncio Pilatos, y el Via-Crucis
de Jesuis hasta Ilegar al Calvario,
donde fue crucificado.
El acto de Crucifixion tuvo lugar
en una colina situada al final del
pueblo, y tal era el realismo conque
se present, que muchas personas
lloraron al llevarse a cabo la crucifi-
El Drama de la Pasi6n en vivo
fue presentado en Pes6 despu6s de
10 afios de interrupci6n.

Sera Cerrado un

Almacen en Balboa
La operaci6n del almac6n de los
Jardines de Summit, situado cerca del
Almacen de Balboa en las cercanias
del Estadio de Balboa, sera suspen-
dida despuos del sAbado 8 de abril,
seg6n anuncio hecho por la Direcci6n
de Abastos y Servicios Comunales.
Una gran variedad de plants, fer-
tilizantes y utensilios de jardineria
que podian ser obtenidos en este
almac6n, estin disponibles en los
Jardines de Summit.
El almacen fue abierto durante la
II Guerra Mundial como una media
de conveniencia para los empleados
que no podian viajar hasta Summit
debido al racionamiento de la

Cena Anual de los
Electricistas el 14

De Abril, Albrook
La Hermandad Internacional de
Electricistas, Local 397, celebrarA su
cena annual de retirados el 14 de abril
en el Club de Oficiales de Albrook.
Los retirados que serAn honrados esa
noche son:
Charles Sorrell, de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas del Canal de PanamA; Tho-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

El Nuevo Sing-0

A ctuara el 14 dE
Sing-Out '67, la mais reciente edici6n del explo
que entretuvo a PanamA con su mfsica entusiasta
el mes pr6ximo para una prolongada visit que ii
en la Zona del Canal.
Los 150 miembros del grupo traen un especti
llegar despu6s de un recorrido de various meses p
el CanadA. Su uinica presentaci6n public en l
sefialada para el 14 de abril a las 8 p.m. en el
puiblico estA invitado; la entrada es gratis.
Los miembros del grupo han puesto music
laborar por un mundo mejor y una naci6n mejo
se origin en Mackinac Island, Michigan, en 19
de j6venes asistieron a la Conferencia de Rearme
Los que participan en el program no reci
algunos casos venden autorn6viles o se privan de
parte del movimiento Sing-Out.
El grupo espera residir en casas de la Zona
durante su visit. Cualquier interesado en prop
puede comunicarse con Sing-Out '67 en Panamar





Marzo 31, 1967

31-Continha la Feria de La Chorrera que durarA hasta el 3 de abril.
2-Festividad Religiosa de San Francisco de Paula en la poblaci6n de
Rio de Jes6s, Provincia de Veraguas.
6-9-El Aniversario de Plata del Club de Leones del Istmo serA conme-
morado con una convenci6n en David, Chiriqui.
11-Fundaci6n de la poblaci6n de Boquete.
21-23-Festival del Banano en Bocas del Toro.


9:45-A Bailar, Joven
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-El Show de Kippy Casado
12:00-Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Estreno Favorito
4:00-Tarde de Toros
7:00-Los Monroe
8:00-El Tfinel del Tiempo
9:00-El Halc6n

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblain
5:30-Marine Boy
6:00-La Mordaza
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8-00-El Bar6n
9:00-El Hombre del Rifle
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Club de Mickey Mouse
6:00-La Mordaza
7:00-Simplicia la Secretaria
7:30-Reto al Mal
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:30-El Hombre Que Nunca Existi6
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-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Super Seis
6:00-La Mordaza
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Viaje a las Estrellas
9:30-La Caldera Del Diablo
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportaies Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
5:30-Clipner. el Delfin Maravilloso
6:00-La Mordaza
7:00-Los Felices Mae-Abros
7:30-Comandos del Desierto
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia del F.B.I.
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportaies Mundiales
3.00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Hey Land Lord
6:00-La Mordaza
7:00-El Avisn6n Verde
7:30-Super Show
9:00-Carrousel de la Alegria
10:30-Programa Especial

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
1:00-Programa Femenino
2:00-Sarao de TV-2
3:00-Reprise de la Novela de las 6
5:30-Cavernicolas del Espacio
6:00-Un Soltero Casado
7:00-Misi6n Imposible
7:30-El Show de Kippy
8:00-El Valle de Pasiones
9:00-Rutas del Destino


9:00-La Santa Misa
9:45-Todo por la Patria
10:15-Whisky a Go-Go
10:45-Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Ventana del Mundo
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
8:00-Jim West
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Muisica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Inspector Gideon
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Centinela de los Bosques
6:20-Los Lios de Cecil
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-El Show de Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Lunes de Revl6n
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Doctores y ;as Enfermeras
10:30-Los Intocables

11 :30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Milsica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventureros del Mississippi
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-Centinela de los Bosques
6:20-Casate y Veras
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Edgar Wallace
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Centinela de los Bosques
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:00-Estrellas Palmolive
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Vengadores
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-M6sica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-El Buen Pastor
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-Centinela de los Bosques
6:20-Los Enredos de Telesforo
6:55-Primnera Plana
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares de Pond's
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Hora 11
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00 -Msica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventuras en Alaska
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAiginas de la Vida
6:00-Centinela de los Bosques
6:20-Pepito Masito
6:50-Instantineas Sociales
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-La Hora de Raul Astor
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Yo SoyEspia
10:30-Viernes con Martinez Blanco

11:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Madre es on Convertible
12:30- D Interrs Para Usted
1:30 -Reprise de Corin Tellado
2:30-Largo Metraje
4 -00-Largo Metraje
5:30-Luchar o Morir
6:00-Patrulla de Caminos
6:30-El Superagente 86
7:30-Revista Musical
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
10:30-Cinerama Franc6s

_____En Su Pantalla_____

Viernes 31--

SAbado 1--

Domingo 2

Lunes 3-____

Martes 4__--

Mi6rcoles 5--

Jueves 6 ----

Viernes 7__ _


The George Raft Story (AY) and
Arrow In The Dust (AYC)
The Silencers (ADULTOS)

The Silencers (ADULTOS)

The World Of Abbott & Costello
(AYC) and
Night Creatures (AY)
The Plainsman (AYC)


The George Raft Story (AY) and
Arrow In The Dust (AYC)
Bunny Lake Is Missing (ADULTOS)
The World Of Abbott & Costello
(AYC) and
Night Creatures (AY)
The Plainsman (AYC)

Last Of The Comanches (AYC)

The Great Imposter (AY) and
The Killers (ADULTOS)

10:00 p.m.
Touch Of Evil (ADULTOS)
Fair Wind To Java (AYC) and
Make Haste To Live (AY)
Shenandoah (AYC)

Shenandoah (AYC)

Pajama Party (AY)


Town Tamer (AY) and
Walk A Tightrope (AY)
10:00 p.m.
The Sword Of Monte Cristo (AYC)

CIlTA DEL CINE: A. Adultos: Y. j6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.

Gente en la Noticia

La Sra. Elsa M. de Ramirez es oficinista esten6grafa en
la Unidad de Mecanografia de la Divisi6n de Contaduria.
Comenz6 a trabajar con la empresa del Canal de PanamA
el 22 de agosto de 1966. Naci6 en la ciudad de PanamA
el 25 de mayo de 1943. Curs6 sus studios primaries en
la Escuela Republica de Chile y los secundarios los hizo
en el Instituto Panamericano, donde perteneci6 siempre
al cuadro de honor y alli obtuvo su titulo de Perito Mer-
cantil con especializaci6n en Secretariado. Es casada con
el Sr. Miguel Angel Ramirez y resident en el barrio de El
Cangrejo. Respecto a su trabajo manifiesta: "Tomar dicta-
dos, hacer trabajos de mecanografia, archivar y tender
el tel6fono son, en t6rminos generals, mis principles
obligaciones. Me siento content de trabajar aqui y me
gusta much la organizaci6n existente", terminal diciendo.
La Sra. Ramirez tuvo experiencia en trabajos anteriores,
ya que recien graduada, trabaj6 con Fidanque Hermanos
e Hijos por 1 afio, y luego estuvo durante 5 afios en las- .
oficinas de Braniff International, siendo 6ste su iltimo .
trabajo antes de entrar a prestar servicios con el Canal de -
PanamA. Perteneci6 al Club de Primeros Auxilios del
Institute Panamericano, donde aprendi6 las distintas for- '
mas de prestar los primeros auxilios. Como pasatiempos
favorites, le gusta much la lectura y la nataci6n, este "
61timo particularmente en las playas de Santa Clara. La % .
costura es tambien parte de su actividad fuera de trabajo .
y explica: "me hago mis propios vestidos". Le llama
much la atenci6n la dedicaci6n de los indios cunas al
hacer sus molas y los motives que utilizan. "Son realmente
complicadas y detalladas", concluy6 diciendo.

La Srta. Yolanda Elycia M6ndez es oficinista aprendiz de
esten6grafa en la Unidad de Mecanografia, de la Divisi6n
de Contaduria, situada en el Edificio de Administraci6n en
Balboa Heights. Naci6 en la ciudad de PanamA el 25 de
noviembre de 1947. Recibi6 su diploma de escuela pri-,
maria en la Escuela Reptiblica de Nicaragua. Hizo sus
studios secundarios en el Instituto Justo Arosemena, don-
de obtuvo su titulo de bachiller en comercio bilingiie. Y
dice: "En 1965 form parte del primer grupo de 7 estu-
diantes graduandos del IJA que vinieron a prestar servi-
cios en la empresa del Canal para adquirir experiencia en
prActica de oficina sin recibir pago por ello. Esa vez me
toc6 trabajar en la Oficina del Servicio Militar, situada en
el Edificio de Administraci6n", express. Actualmente
estudia en la Universidad de la Zona del Canal, donde
ha aprobado ya los cursos de estenografia y mecanografia
y espera terminar pronto los cursos sobre el idioma ingl6s.
La Srta. M6ndez fue secretaria y luego supervisor en la
Escuela Dominical Pasos de Jes6is, de Rio Abajo, que se
dedica a ensefiar el catecismo a los nifios. Sus pasatiempos
favorites son star al tanto de nuevas recetas de cocina,
cocinar y bailar musica modern. En sus ratos de ocio
camina hasta Panama Viejo, que le queda cerca, para ad-
mirar su torre majestuosa y las flores de su parque. Sus
planes futures son visitar los Estados Unidos y seguir la
la carrera de traductora.

Miren Hacia A fuera,

Nunca Hacia Arriba

Un trabajador se encontraba tra-
bajando teniendo su cabeza protegida
con un casco de seguridad por si algo
caia desde arriba, cuando un compa-
fiero grit6 "icuidado alli abajo, mira
para afuera!" Lo que hizo que el tra-
bajador mirara para arriba just en el
moment en que un destornillador
llegaba a la altura de su cabeza, cho-
cando contra su boca y la inandibula
Si no hubiera sido por el bien inten-
cionado llamado de atenci6n del tra-
bajador que se encontraba arriba, es
probable que el otro no hubiese
levantado la cabeza y seguralnente
el casco de seguridad hubiese desvia-
do o detenido el destornillador.

Y. .. itu cries que 1. ca-
hbzo as mis important*?

Gotas de Historia

Marzo 3, 1899-El Presidente Mc- Marzo 4, 1914-Goethals recibi6 de
Kinley nombr6 una comisi6n de 9 manos del Presidente Wilson una
miembros para que investigaran medalla de oro que le otorg6 la
todas las rutas para un canal a Sociedad Geografica Nacional como
travis del Istmo. reconoeimiento a sus realizaciones.
El Coronel Goethals fue huesped
Marzo 3, 1904-El 29 de febrero de de honor en el banquet annual de la
1904, Roosevelt seleccion6 7 hom- sociedad.
bres como miembros de la Comi- Marzo 3, 1917-Con respect a la
si6n del Canal Istmico. Esta fue la publicaci6n sobre el encuentro de
primera comisi6n para la construe- una base submarine en Darien, los
ci6n del Canal, a pesar de que se alemanes declararon que tenian
habian nombrado otras comisiones bases para submarines cerca del
para studios preliminares. terminal del Canal. Se inform que
la base en el Golfo de Dari6n
estaba en construcci6n.
Marzo 4, 1917-El crucero frances
PILL| | AV "Jeanne d'Arc" sali6 de Col6n a
SPILLW AY 'las 10 a.m.
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana- Marzo 4, 1917-Una partida de pesca
rafi. Se autoriza la rcpioducci6n ya fue- dirigida por el Capitin Brown, de
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica la Policia de Balboa, cogi6 300
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad libras de pargo colorado.
de solicited expresa. M rzo 5, 1910-La pala n6mero 213
WVALTER P. LEBEH que trabajaba en el distrito de
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal Construcci6n de Culebra de la Di-
H. R. PARFITT vision Central, rompi6 todas las
Vicegobernador marcas de excavaci6n diaria desde
FRANK A. BALDW1N el comienzo de los trabajos por
efe de la Oficna d fformacidn parte de los Estados Unidos. Du-
rante 1 dia laborable de 8 horas
La informnai6n (Ie so desars'l publicar excav6 4,009 yards c6bicas de
en el SI'ILLWAY del- tr ,'nviadaa a la
oficina del Jefe de Prnema. l)irigir la rocas y tierra.
correspondencia a PANAsMA CANAL Marzo 6, 1913-Se abrieron las lici-
SPILLNW'AY, Apaitado M. Balboa, Zona I taciones para la fabricaci6n y erec-
del Canal,
lDistrilbciian gratuit a todos los em- ci6n de una estructura de acero,
pleados del Canal de Panaml. Valor requerida para la construcci6n de
do la silscripi6n parsn otros (inclu- un edificio de administraci6n per-
vendilo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos manente que estaria situado en una
al Panamna (Canal Company y dirigidos colina al oeste del Cerro Anc6n.
a: SPIrl.WAY Subscriptions, Box M, Marzo 8, 1886-Fernando de Lesseps
BaIlboa Heights, Canal Zone. Col6n.
_____________ deja Col6n.

Paigina 2

-1 1 1-11 1

Marzo 31, 1967



Marguerite Y. Budreau, Oficinista, Esta-
disticas (Mecanografia) a Ayudante de
Lorenza I. Peralta, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Division de Transporte a Motor, a Ofi-
cinista, Estadisticas (Mecanografia).
Ellen W. Mallia, Ayudante Bibliotecaria,
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal, a
Burton F. Mead, T6cnico de Contabilidad,
Division de Contaduria a Divisi6n de
Evelyn S. Barret, Oficinista de N6minas a
Ayudante Pagador, Secci6n de Planillas
y Contabilidad MecAnica.
Division de Dragas
Luis Rosero, Claude C. Jesse, Dalton R.
Ferdinand, Fogonero (Planta de Equipo
Flotante) a Lubricador (Planta de Equi-
po Flotante).
Victor M. Mite, Oswald A. Sealey, a Capa-
taz Marinero.
Richard Danvers, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Encargado de Calderas (Planta de
Equipo Flotante).
Douglas Kelly, Marinero Lubricador
(Aguil6n de Gruia-Planta de Equipo
Clifford Powell, Ayudante Soldador a Fogo-
nero (Aguil6n de Grda-Planta de Equi-
po Flotante).
Pedro Osses, Fogonero (Planta de Equipo
Flotante) a Encargado de Calderas
(Planta de Equipo Flotante).
Efrain B. Mufioz, Marinero a Lubricador
(Planta de Equipo Flotante).
Da Costa Mahon, Fogonero (Planta de
Equipo Flotante) a Encargado de Cal-
deras (Planta de Equipo Flotante).
George M. Weeks, Oficinista a Oficinista,
Secci6n de N6minas.
F6lix Tabarin, Marinero a Forjador.
Samuel Z. Evans, Samuel E. Foster, Nor-
bert R. Welsh, Aniseto Palacio, Jos6 G.
Agostini, Fogonero (Planta de Equipo
Flotante) a Lubricador (Planta de Equi-
po Flotante).
Edmond Smith, Antonio S. Torres, Mari-
nero a Capataz Marinero.
Phillip C. Neblett, H6ctor A. Prince, Mari-
nero (Lancha Motora) a Marinero.
Harris A. Hinds, Marinero a Oficinista.
John G. Witt, Aprendiz de Operario de
Maquinaria Porthtil y Levadiza, Tercer
Aio, a Aprendiz de Operario de Maqui-
naria Portatil y Levadiza, Cuarto Afio.
Bernard M. Parmentier, Capataz General
(Reparaci6n de Equipo e Instalaciones
Maritimas) a Jefe Capataz (Reparaci6n
de Equipo e Instalaciones Maritimas).
Charles L. Miller, Operario de Barcaza de
Grda a Operario de Draga de Cuchar6on.
Division de Ingenieria
Roger R. Toledano, Ingeniero Mecanico
(Utilidades Pdblicas) a Subjefe Ingeniero
Mecanico (Utilidades Puiblicas).
Division de Electricidad
Earl 0. Dailey, Subjefe Ingeniero Electrico
(Subjefe del Distrito Sur, a Subjefe In-
geniero El6ctrico (Jefe, Ramo de Electri-
John M. Eberenz, Aprendiz de Operario
de Planta de Energia Electrica, Cuarto
Afo, a Jefe Operario de Planta Genera-
Joseph A. Orvis, Primer Capataz (Empal-
madura de Cables y Distribuci6n de
Electricidad) a Capataz General (Em-
palmadura de Cables y Distribuci6n de
Thomas C. Robertson, Capataz General
(Empalmadura de Cables y Distribuci6n
de Electricidad) a Jefe Capataz (Instala-
ci6n E16ctrica y Mantenimiento).
Division de Mantenimiento
Calvin M. Landrum, Primer Capataz, Man-
tenimiento de Vias F6rreas, Divisi6n
de Ferrocarril, a Primer Capataz (Cons-
trucci6n y Mantenimiento de Obras
Manuel Lee, Principiante de Ayudante
Montador de Tuberia a Ayudante Mon-
tador de Tuberia.
James H. L. Thomas, Ayudante General a
Tendedor de Tuberia.
Division de Construcci6n
Susan C. Giacchetto, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Amos R. Swalm, Inspector de Construc-
ciones a Subjefe Inspector de Construc-
James M. Thompson, Jr., Inspector de
Construcciones a Subjefe Inspector de
Division de Estudios sobre Canal a Nivel
Helen M. Tomford, Ayudante Pagador a
Oficinista de Presupuesto y Contabilidad.
Division de Navegaci6n
Gilbert Squires, Pasabarcos a Marinero.
Ricardo R. Reefer, Conductor, Divisi6n de
Transporte a Motor, a Pasabarcos.
Rafael V. Barnett, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Oficinista
Philip A. Escalona, Pasabarcos a Marinero
(Lancha Motora).
Anna M. Bolt, Oficinista Esten6grafa a
Subjefe Ayudante de Servicios Adminis-
James V. Foster, Ayudante Arqueador a
Donald L. Thompson, Ayudante Controla-
dor de Trifico Maritimo a Controlador
de Trafico Maritimo.
Joseph C. Kelley, Sefialero a Ayudante
Controlador de Trafico Maritimoe.
Division Industrial
Victor M. Mendoza, Dibujante de Inge-
niera (General) a T6cnico de Ingenie-
ria NAutica (Dibujante).
Francis E. Westley, Rupert Gill, Kasper
G. Alleyne, Chester Brown, Ayudante
General de Calderero de Mantenimiento.
Patricia M. Flores, Especialista en Tcnicas
de Personal, Oficina de Personal de
Crist6bal, a Subjefe Ayudante de Servi-
cios Administrativos.
Fred R. Trout, Capataz Soldador a Primer
Capataz Soldador.
Noble A. Phillips, Proyectista y Calculador
(Planchista, Montador de Tuberia) a
Subjefe Proyectista y Calculador.
Robert G. Stern, Planchista a Primer Capa-
taz Planchista.
Division de Esclusas
Emiliano Mares, Pasacables a Pintor de
Elbert L. Hughes, Operario de Locomotora
de Remolque (Esclusas) a Operario de
Esclusas (Maquinaria Levadiza y
John M. Baer, Mecanico Tornero a Ope-
rario de Esclusas ( Tornero).
William L. Bennett, Operario de Esclusas
(Electricista) a Capataz, Operario de
Esclusas (Electricista).

William 0. Cofer, Ayudante de Servicios
Administrativos a Ayudante Administra-
Steadman C. Lumbsden, F61ix Modestin,
Guardia de Detenci6n, Divisi6n de Poli-
cia, a Guardia, Cuerpo de Seguridad
del Canal.
Manuel L. Chabolla, Oficinista de Alma-
c6n, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Guardia.
William J. Miller, Aprendiz de Mecinico
Tornero, Tercer Afo, a Aprendiz de
Mecinico Tomrnero, Cuarto Afio.
Bela W. Suech, MecAnico Tornero a Ope-
rario de Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero).
Oficina del Director
Harvey G. Rhyne, Oficial Probatorio y de
Indulto bajo Palabra a Jefe Oficial Pro-
batorio y de Indulto bajo Palabra.
Division de Policia
William R. Thrift, Policia Raso a Detec-
Dwight C. DeVane, Oficinista Encargado
de Ventanilla y de Distribuci6n de Co-
rreos, (Substituto), a Policia Raso.
Division de Correos
Hugh L. Reid, Oficinista, Secci6n de N6-
minas, Divisi6n de Terminales, a Ofi-
cinista Encargado de Ventanilla y de
Distribuci6n de Correos, (Substituto).
Division de Aduanas
James V. Barlett, Agente de Aduanas a
Inspector de Aduanas.
Division de Escuelas
Priscilla V. Collins, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a Oficinista
Nomman B. Aitenberg, Instructor (Univer-
sidad de la Zona del Canal) a Registra-
dor de la Universidad de la Zona del
Doris G. Etchberger, Oficinista de Esta-
disticas (Estenografia) a Secretaria
Gay E. Weeks, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a Oficinista
James N. Cook, Consejero, Escuelas Esta-
dounidenses, a Subjefe Director de
Escuelas Secundarias Estadounidenses.
Divisi6n de Abastos
Robert H. Brome, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Almacenero.
Ruth Crouch, Jefe Acomodadora (Teatro
de Balboa) a Taquillera (Teatro Balboa).
Lee R. Sparks, Subjefe Especialista de
Producci6n (Productos de Refrigeraci6n)
a Gerente de Planta (Cuarto Frio).
John H. Simson, Funcionario de Abastos
Generales, Oficina del Director, a Ana-
lista de Sistemas de Abastos.
Mary E. Brown, Encargada de Refresque-
ria, a Jefe, Servicio de Comidas.
Margaret M. Larrison, Escrutadora de
Reclamos, Transporte, a Ayudante de
Philip J. Bauman, Jefe de Secci6n, Centre
de Servicios Conmunales, a Ayudante del
Gerente, Centro de Servicios Comunales.
Betty J. Slaughter, Gerente de Departa-
mento (Almacen, General), a Ayudante
al Encargado del Movimiento de Mer-
cancias (General).
Rita S. Will, Oficinista de Almacin a
Gerente de Departamento (Ahnlmac6n,
Cecilia Perra, Oficinista de Contabilidad
a Ayudante Contadora.
Horacio I. Dunkley, Empaquetador de
Carnies a Operario de Montacargas de
Federic M. Dowden, Almacenero a Men-
Luz M. Ballesteros, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a Oficinista.
Kennute E. J. Emmons, Mozo de Oficio,
Servicio de Comidas, a Ayudante Pana-
Division de Servicios Comunales
Eduardo Bourne, Aseador a Capataz Asea-
Division de Ferrocarril
Eugene W. Gaul, Inspector de Vagoneros
(Madera y Acero) a Primer Capataz Va-
gonero (Madera y Acero).
Division de Transporte a Motor
Cleveland A. James, Ayudante Reencau-
chador de Llantas a Conductor de
Juan F. Edmonson, Electricista a Capataz
Division de Sanidad
Hip6lito G. Gil, Mozo de Oficios (Hospi-
tal), a Obrero (Trabajos Pesados-Erra-
dicaci6n de Plagas).
Hospital Gorgas
Olga S. Luque, Oficinista Esten6grafa a
Oficinista, Asuntos M6dicos, (Estenogra-
Linda M. Lasso, Enfermera a Enfermera
Mayor John J. Vatral, Dentista a Dentista
(Cirugia Oral).
Mayor Harlod L. Rudman, Medico (Jefe
de Anestesiologia) (Jefe de la Secci6n de
Anestesiologia) a Medico (Anestesiolo-
gia) (Jefe, Secci6n de Anestesiologia y
Grace Belden, Oficinista-Transcriptor de
Dictifono a Oficinista, Asuntos M6dicos
Winston N. Vaughn, Mozo de Oficios,
Hospital, a Auxiliar en el Servicio de
Wilberforce W. Smith, Auxiliar M6dico
(Ortopedia) a Tecnico Ortop6dico.
Hospital de Coco Solo
Carlos F. Clinton, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Archivero.
Leonard R. Brown, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Archivero.
Albert Minott, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio de
Comidas, a Mozo de Oficios Pesados,
Servicio de Comidas.
Norma R. Stephens, Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria, a Auxiliar de Enfermeria (Medicina
General y Cirugia).
Rosaura B. Acosta, Enfermera a Enfermera
Gilbert M. Smith, Auditor, Contraloria,
Auditoria General, Auditoria Interna.
Lloyd M. Munsil, Auditor, Contraloria,
Auditoria General, Auditoria Interna.
Emilio A. Rivera, Jefe de Operaciones de
Equipo de Contaduria, Contraloria,
Secci6n de Planillas y Contabilidad
Samuel Cohen, Ayndante, Sistemas de
N6minas, Contraloria, Secci6n de Pla-
nillas y Contabilidad Mecinica.
Robert E. Eggleston, Analista de Tarifas,
Contraloria, Divisi6n de Presupuesto y
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

Ervin Hardin Gano el Torneo

De Golf de Caddies en Brazos

Ervin Hardin, un "caddy" del Club
Brazos Brooks, gan6 el 169 Torneo
Istmefio de Golf por invitaci6n para
"caddies" con un score de 73. Hardin
registry un 38 en los primeros nueve
hoyos y 35 al regreso.
J. Baeza, del Panama Country
Club, qued6 en segundo lugar con un
75, mientras que R. Andrade, capitain
de "caddies" del Club Brazos Brooks
y G. Villarreal, del Panama Country
Club, quedaron empatados con 76
al final de los 18 hoyos. Fueron luego
a un desempate que finalize en el
cuarto hoyo, cuando Villarreal hizo
un "put" de 13 pies para ganar.
El Sr. M. McCullough, president
del Club Brazos Brooks fue el invi-
tado de honor y entreg6 los premios
a los vencedores. El Capitan W.
Acheson, tambi6n miembro del club,
don6 las fotografias tomadas durante
el torneo a los ganadores y a su

"caddy" personal, W. Hardin, herma-
no del campe6n. Hardin qued6 ter-
cero en la rueda "B".
En la rueda "A" quedaron empa-
tados con 80 Rob Newball y A.
Bailey, pero el duelo finaliz6 en el
segundo hoyo cuando Newball hizo
un "birdie" para conquistar el premio.
R. Panton, un ex caddy del Club
Brazos Brooks, ahora empleado en la
Division de Terminales en Crist6bal,
actu6 como organizador jefe y juga-
dor, logrando un 81.
Ochenta participants del Panama
Country, Fuerte Amador, Summit
Hills, Fuerte Davis, Rodman, Sea
Breeze y Brazos, participaron en los
Los sefiores Owen, G. Moreland y
P. Francey, todos miembros del Club
Brazos Brooks, contribuyeron con su
cooperaci6n al 6xito del event.
Los ganadores y anotaciones:

Rueda de Campeonato
E. Hardin, BBGC ___.- 38-35=
J. Baeza, Panama ____.._ 37-38=
G. Villarreal, Panama -..40-36:

Rueda "A"

Rob Newball, BBGCC__
A. Bailey, BBGC
A. Franklin, BBGCC-

Rueda "B"
E. Wesley, BBGC---
A. Watson, Sea Breeze
W. Hardin, BBGC _.C

Rueda "C"
P. Martinez, PanamA __
F. Williams, Brazos __.
A. Pinz6n, Panama---




Anotaci6n MAs Alta
C. Martinez Jr., PanamA 62-60=122

Con el Venezolano Vicente Rivas

Se Medira Maana Ismael Laguna

El ex campe6n mundial del
peso ligero Ismael Laguna, vol-
verA a presentarse ante la afi-
ci6n del Istmo mafiana por la
noche en el Estadio Olimpico
de Panama, cuando se mida con
el p igil venezolano del peso
welter junior, Vicente Rivas, en
un combat sefialado a 10 vuel-



Esclusas de Miraflores-
Esclusas de Catnn___
Las Cruces,
5 trAnsitos parciales
Reina Manuelita,
1 trAnsito parcial--
3 trAnsitos parciales-
Jardines de Summit__-
Chuson _-_______
Santa Maria.----
Australis_ __._---
Frederico C
Gran Total ___-







tas y con peso miximo de 136

La filtima vez que Laguna
pele6 en Panama fue en no-
viembre de 1966 cuando venci6
por nocaut tecnico en 8 asaltos
al ecuatoriano Daniel Guanin,
precisamente, uno de los ven-
cedores de Rivas.

Laguna acaba de veneer al
puertorriquefio Frankie Nar-
vaez, en un encuentro a 10
asaltos que se celebr6 el 10 del


iCree U
nmi reco

corriente en el Madison Square
Garden de Nueva York.
El ex campe6n mundial estA
en linea para una nueva pelea
por el titulo mundial de la divi-
sin con el ecampe6n Carlos
Ortiz, de Puerto'Rico.
HabrA tambien otra pelea
international a 10 asaltos en la
programaci6n de mafiana, entire
el colombiano Mario de Le6n y
el dominicano Jos6 ''Chino"
J imenez.

Cierre de Planas

Del Spillway

Todo el material que se desee
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibido en la Oficina de Prensa
del Canal de Panama a mAs tar-
dar el luries por la tarde de la
semana de publicaci6n. Solamen-
te el material urgente puede ser
recibido y procesado para usarlo
la misma semana, el martes al
mediodia. Envie el material al
M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

. L

.-f i i

Duayne T. McNeil, tercero de la derecha, Controlador de Trafico Maritimo en la Capitania del Puerto en
Balboa, recibi6 un obsequio de sus compafieros de trabajo con motive de su jubilaci6n, despu6s de mis de 30
afios de servicios con el Canal de PanamA. Su esposa, Roberta McNeil, tambi6n recibi6 un regalo de los compa-
fieros del esposo. Ellos viajarAn el 2 de abril hacia Bradenton, Florida, donde residirin. De izquierda a dere-
cha: Joseph Kendall, Reuben Padmore, Edgar Taylor, los esposos McNeil, Sebastiain Navarro y Alfred Bowen.
McNeil tambien recibi6 una Have maestra de las esclusas del Canal de PanamA y un certificado en el grado de
"cuidador de barcos" que le fueron entregados por el Capitan M. J. Prince, Director de Marina. (Foto adicional
en la secci6n inglesa).

Paigina 3

Ud. Sr. Director que' esto afectard
rd de segtridad... ?


Marzo 31, 1967

Con los Pescadores

En vista del interns que ha despertado el articulo sobre la pesca en
aguas de la Zona del Canal, reproducimos en esta edici6n Io que se
public en nuestra edici6n del 10 del corriente, ademAs de pirrafos
que no salieron publicados.
Los pescadores arriesgan sus vidas cuando traspasan el batiente del Verte-
dero de Cat6n, ha sefialado muchas veces el Magistrado Charles Garcia, de
la Corte de Crist6bal, cuando los que han cometido esa violaci6n han sido
llevados ante 1l.
La Policia de la Zona del Canal tambien ha sefialado que unas 15 personas
ban perdido la vida en ese lugar.
El CapitAn F. E. Perra, Comandante del Distrito de Crist6bal de la Policia
de la Zona del Canal, tambi6n recuerda a los que quieren ir a pescar alli que,
de acuerdo con los Reglamentos de la Zona del Canal, el pescar en el
Vertedero de Gat6n y en el Rio Chagres, a menos de 500 pies bajo el batiente
del vertedero, se autoriza s6lo de acuerdo con ciertas condiciones:
EstA prohibido pescar sin un pase. Las solicitudes para pases pueden con-
seguirse en la Estaci6n de Policia de Crist6bal o en la Oficina de Licencia de
la Zona del Canal, en Anc6n.
S61o se permit pescar con cafia reglamentaria de pescar. Se prohibe el
uso de cuerdas, arpones, redes, redes barrederas, explosives, o cualquiera
otro, con excepci6n de aquellas redes y redes barrederas, que se usen con
el exclusive prop6sito de obtener carnada.
EstA prohibido pescar o coger carnada en cualquier lugar sobre el batiente
del vertedero.
EstA prohibido pescar desde la pared del vertedero, arriba del puente de
EstA prohibido pescar desde la pared del vertedero mAs abajo del puente
de ferrocarril, except cuando se haga detrAs de la cerca de hierro.
EstA prohibido pescar solo, parado dentro del agua del Rio Chagres.
Dos o mAs adults, si son buenos nadadores, pueden pescar fuera de la
orilla, parados dentro del agua del Rio Chagres, si llevan calzados especiales,
pantalones cortos, y salvavidas, sea 6ste del tipo de anillo o de chaleco.
Tambien, en lo que respect a pescar, la Policia de la Zona del Canal ha
sefialado que estA prohibido pescar desde cualquier parte de la Represa de
Madden. Pescar mAs abajo de la Represa de Madden es permitido con un
pase emitido por la Oficina de Licencias de la Zona del Canal. Sin embargo,
estA completamente prohibido penetrar el Area situada sobre el borde inferior
del batiente de concrete y dentro de una linea entire el batiente y la cerca
de la central hidroelectrica.
Los pescadores deberan notificar al guardia de la garita norte o sur sobre
su llegada y su partida, segun reglamentos, deberAn responder rApidamente
a cualquier solicitud que le hagan los guardias.
No se penniten nifios dentro del Area del Vertedero de Gat6n ni en el Area
de la Represa de Madden, a no ser que est6n vigilados de cerca por un
expert nadador.
Los pases para pescar en o debajo del Vertedero de Gatin y en la Represa
de Madden, los otorga la Oficina de Licencias de la Zona del Canal, previa
solicitud escrita, acompafiada de dos fotografias del solicitante. Los pases
otorgados a menores de 15 afios de edad, s6lo son vAlidos cuando el menor sea
acompafiado por un adulto responsible.
Los que violent los reglamentos de pesca en el Vertedero de Gatun y en
la Represa de Madden podrAn ser castigados con una multa de no mAs de
$100 o con prisi6n de no mAs de 30 dias, o con ambas penas.

Primera Piedra . .

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
dencia para varones, un auditorio, un
edificio para medicine, uno para bellas
artes, uno para derecho y ciencias
political y otras instalaciones para
acomodar a estudiantes de PanamA y
posiblemente de Centroamerica.
La organizaci6n acad6mica de la
Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua
incluye tres facultades: la de Filosofia,
Letras y Educaci6n; la de Ciencias
Naturales; y la de Administraci6n y
Ciencias Sociales.
El program de studios de pre-
graduados de la universidad es de 5
anios o sea 10 semestres, los que em-
piezan en abril y terminan en diciem-
bre. Una proyecci6n preliminary de
matricula de estudiantes muestra que
en 1975 se podrAn acomodar satis-
factoriamente a aproximadamente
3,000 estudiantes teniendo en cuenta
las instalaciones que se tendrAn para
ese tiempo. Esta cifra incluye a los
estudiantes de tiempo complete, par-
ciales y nocturnos.
Los esfuerzos iniciales de la uni-

versidad se concentrarAn en la plani-
ficaci6n y desarrollo de programs de
alta calidad educativa en educaci6n
general, administraci6n de comercio
y tecnologia industrial. Las cuatro
Areas de educaci6n son las mAs im-
portantes para el future desarrollo
econ6mico e industrial de PanamA.
Se planea intercambio de estudian-
tes y profesores con las principles
universidades de los Estados Unidos y
se han presentado propuestas para
becas y fondos para estos programs,
a instituciones y fundaciones intere-
sadas en apoyar la educaci6n.
La universidad recibirA ayuda t6c-
nica de Estados Unidos para su com-
pleto desarrollo. La Agencia para el
Desarrollo Internacional proporciona-
rA ayuda tecnica en la organizaci6n
de la universidad, especialistas en
educaci6n superior que ayudarAn en
la planificaci6n del plan de studios,
y un especialista en instalaciones para
educaci6n superior que ayudarA en
la planificaci6n del nuevo campus de
la universidad.


La obra musical "Carmen Jones", de Oscar Hammerstein II serA presentada
en el auditorio del Colegio "Jose Guardia Vega" de la ciudad de Col6n los
dias 7, 8, 10 y 11 de abril pr6ximo por el Club DramAtico Beavers del
Atlintico. De izquierda a derecha estAn Claudia Farquharson, quien hace
el papel de "Cindy Lou"; Herbert Holt, como "Joe" y la Sra. June Greaves
es "Carmen Jones".

*c~'~ P

Vista de parte del enorme piblico reunido en la poblaci6n de Pes6 para presenciar el Viemes Santo el Drama
de la Pasi6n en vivo. Residents de la RepAblica de PanamA y de la Zona del Canal viajaron a esa poblaci6n para
ver el drama, 6nico de esta clase presentado en la Rep6blica de PanamA.

Ascensos y Traslados
(Viene de la pdgina 3)
Yolanda E. M6ndez, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa (Aprendiz de Esten6orafa), Con-
traloria, Divisi6n de Contaduria.
Arthur Phillips, Principiante (Ayudante
General), Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n
Claudius H. McNish, Principiante (Ayu-
dante Montador de Tuberia), Direcci6n
de Marina, Divisi6n Industrial.
Leland D. Snider, Ayudante Arqueador,
Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Nave-
Ray L. Bunnell, Controlador de TrAfico
Maritimo, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n.
Carmen M. Martino, T6cnica de Equipo
Elctrico de Contabilidad, Direcci6n de
Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Joan R. Cartotto, Secretaria (Estenografia),
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Estudios sobre Canal a
Raquel D. Lam, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafa), Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de
Patrick L. Lincoln, T6cnico de Topografia,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Ingenieria.
Octavio A. Toral, Tecnico de Cartografia,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Ingenieria.
Donald G. Schmidt, Economista, Oficina
del Gobernador y Presidente, Oficina de
Elizabeth M. Bayer, Tdcnica de Equipo
E16ctrico de Contabilidad, Direcci6n de
Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Nestor Rachel, Guardia de Detenci6n,
Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n
de Policia.
Charles T. Mayers, Oficinista de Abastos,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Co-
munales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Victor E. Hinds, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo), Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, Divisi6n
de Abastos.
Adaline T. Duncan, Oficinista Mecan6-
grata, Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital
de Coco Solo.
Ingrid K. Anderson, T6cnica M6dica en
Radiologia (Terapia), Direcci6n de Salu-
bridad, Hospital Gorgas.
Veralea H. Landrum, Enfermera (Sala de
Operaciones), Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Hospital Gorgas.
Ora V. Stich, Bibliotecaria (Ciencias M6di-
cas), Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital
Margaret A. Roddy, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Oficina de Planificaci6n.
Ligia M. Diaz, Guia de la Zona del Canal
(Int6rprete), Oficina de Informaci6n del
Canal de Panama.
Robert G. Turner, Subjefe Ayudante al
Agente de Carga, Direcci6n de Trans-
porte y Terminales, Divisi6n de Termi-
Elsie B. Garcia, Gerente de Departamento
(Almac6n, General), Direcci6n de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, Divisi6n de
Janice J. McClung, Ayudante Bibliotecaria,
Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Biblioteca
de la Zona del Canal.
Verna S. Winstead, Bibliotecaria, Direc-
ci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Biblioteca de
la Zona del Canal.
Consuelo A. Baker, Ayudante Bibliotecaria,
Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Biblioteca
de la Zona del Canal.
Alfred Davidson, Frederic R. White, Lionel
A. Thorne, Victor L. Brown, Guardia de
Detenci6n, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles,
Division de Policia.
John S. Catanzaro, Primer Maquinista,
Remolcador, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n.
Pauline L. Blais, Tecnica de Contabilidad,
Contraloria, Divisi6n de Contaduria.
Henry J. Walker, Oficinista, Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de
Arturo D. Davis, Guardia de Detenci6n,
Division de Policia, Direcci6n de Asun-
tos Civiles.
Elsie N. Smith, Subjefe Contadora de
Operaciones, Divisi6n de Contaduria,

Axton T. Jones . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
de la via interoceanica, esperAndose
que este afio aumente el numero de
personas que presenciara la famosa



James P. Boukalis
Walter Guy Brown
Capt. Donald A. Dertien
Charles William Howe
Martin G. Klontz
Frank Paul Marczan
Robert H. McConoughey
William H. Nehring
Robert L. Rankin
Olarenice Edward Rienks
James L. Rinehart
Anastasio Sogandares
Donald L. Thompson
Jesuis Galego M.
Victor Garcia
Cecil D. Gittens
G. Moller
Horace Pete Orgeron, Jr.

Giffordo H. Archer
Marvin L. Barsness
Frederick F. Brooks
E. L. Cotton
Ricardo A. Henry
Clarence W. Marshall
Sgt. Fred Mohl
Calvin Shepherd
Sgt.Thomas N. Stewart
Lois F. Stirminski
Caroline White, M.D.
William Benny
Egbert Best
Apolinar Santamaria

Gabriel C6rdova
Xenia E. Ferreira
Steven E. Garnett
George W. Lopp
Alberto Murray
Edward Robinson
Allen Sheppard
Mildred A. Cook
Fitz H. Howell
Marion L. Mallory
Ansenio J. Morales
Sheila Peacock
Ana L. de Caballero
Manuel Escala
Carmen Luzcando


Juan Becerra
Stephen Lindo
George L. Thompson
Robert Yande

Noel E. Bennett
Leonard F. Foster
Bertram Ifill
Ricardo Muir
TomAs Sanguill6n

Bibiano Dely
Ermesto Panezo
Rupert E. Ifill

Mutual of Omaha Conquisto

Primera Vuelta de su Liga

Liga Femenina de Softball del Atlintico


Equipos G.
Mutual of Omaha__ 11
C .P.R ._________ 8-
Ron Cortez .... 4
Doctors __._---__ 1

Claudia Davis_
Judith Aulder_
Marlene Luna_
Dorothy Gayle-
Elida Clinton--
Leticia Cox___
Marva Knight-
Gilda Troya__

Wilma Julie__-
P. Cornwall__-
V. Lindo ..
L. Wilson ....
D. Niles --
E. Clinton
A. GalvAn___
D. Cox-----
L. Cox ..--
C. Davis ....

-___M .O.
.-_ M.O.
Equipo AB
-C.P.R. 20
M.O. 38
M.O. 35
M.O. 15
-M.O. 28
M.O. 38
C.P.R. 36
-C.P.R. 36
-C.P.R. 25
-M.O. 26

P. Prom.
1 .917
4 .667
8 .334
11 .084

G. P.
6 0
4 0
6 2
1 0
1 0
1 0
3 2
1 1

H Prom.
12 .600
20 .527
18 .515
7 .467
13 .465
17 .448
16 .445
16 .445
11 .440
11 .424


P. Cornwall -
M. Lindo ...
M. McClaren-
A. GalvAn__-
W. Julie .--
S. Maloney_-


G. Wray --.
A. Brady-
W. Julie_ _-_-
P. Cornwall- -
V. Lindo ....
A. GalvAn ...
L. Cox......
V. Donaldson_
M. McClaren_

.-.. ...- C.P.R.
-.----- .-.-. C .P.R.
---------- M .O .
-.-.------ C.P.R.
-----------C .P .R .
.-. -.- ....- R.C.
.-. .---.R.C.


C. Davis-
L. Cox_ _._-
E. Clinton-
M. Luna_..
D. Cox ---
M. Martinez-

- M.O.
.-- -------C.P.R.
--- -- --.- C.P.R.
.-..-- --.C.P.R.
.-.---- -. R.C.

Cena Anual . .

(Viene de la pdgina 1)

mas J. Dee, de la Divisi6n de Electri-
cidad; J. D. Tate, del Ramo de
Sefiales para la Navegaci6n Maritima,
y Lloyd Stevens del Ramo de Plantas
de Energia- Elctrica.
La Hora del coctel comenzarA a
las 7:30 p.m. y la cena serA servida
a las 8 p.m. Despucs habra bailc.
Los boletos scran vendidos a la

Paigina 4


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