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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: July 7, 1967
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00621
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL Gijl of the Panama Canal Museum





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More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce


Friday, July 7, 1967


Stories and pictures of adventure and make-believe hold this young audience Wednesday morning from 9 to 10 when Mrs. Wolf opens the big book with
in awe-struck wonder as Mrs. Naomi Wolf, Children's Librarian, reads and the pictures and begins the "Hour of Magic." The rug the children are
shows pictures to the 3- to 7-year-olds attending the "picture book hour" at sitting on is a restored Persian which once graced the floors of the Washington
the Canal Zone Library. Approximately 30 little ones are thrilled each Hotel in Colon.

GOVERNOR TELLS GRADUATES:


Apprentice Program Vital to Canal


"The apprentice program is vital
to the Canal, and since its beginning
during construction days has contrib-
uted considerably to the success of
the Canal by furnishing much of the
skilled manpower it needs, "Gov.


Son of Balboa

Couple Wins

Commendation
A letter of commendation for assist-
ing in the rescue of a fellow soldier
who was pinned down by his truck in
2 feet of water on a road in Vietnam
has been received by Sgt. Robert J.
Knox, son of Sgt. Robert S. Knox, of
the Balboa Fire District, and Mrs.
Knox.
The letter received by Sergeant
and Mrs. Knox said he was being
commended for his fast action in
assisting in the rescue of Sgt. Roman
F. Schmidt-and that his immediate
assistance undoubtedly helped to save
the man's life.
"On the evening of April 28, 10Y7,
you assisted five other men in a race
against time to free Sergeant Schmidt
of the 669th Transportation Com-
pany from his overturned %-ton truck
which had landed in 2 feet of water.
Through your unselfish and timely
actions, Sergeant Schmidt was re-
covered from his vehicle and admin-
istered artificial respiration by a
trained individual.
"Because of your assistance on the
evening of April 28, Sergeant Schmidt
is today a live and healthy man-a
man who won't forget your deed for
a lifetime.
"Again, you are to be commended
for your timely and unselfish actions.
You have brought great credit upon
yourself, your unit, and the U.S.
Army.
Sergeant Knox was born in Mar-
garita and attended Canal Zone
Schools in Cristobal and Balboa. He
has been serving with the U.S. Army
since 1962 and has been in Vietnam
for the past 6 months with the 98th
Light Equipment Maintenance Com-
pany.


W. P. Leber declared this morning
at graduation of 31 apprentices to full
journeymen in a ceremony at the Per-
sonnel Bureau Training Center Annex
in Ancon.
Governor Leber noted that there
are now 221 apprentices-136 Pan-
amanians and 85 U.S. citizens-in the
program. He said, also, that in the
next 5 to 10 years the program will
be expanded as skilled manpower is
more and more in demand.
The Governor also noted that 19
Panamanians are among the new
craftsmen and that they represent the
long association of Panamanians who
have been working with U.S. citizens
through the years to share the respon-
sibility of operating the Panama
Canal
The graduates represented the
largest group in the history of the
Panama Canal Apprentice Program
after it was enlarged in 1960 and
again in 1963, when the program was
further expanded to include U.S.
Army apprentices. The Navy joined
the program in 1964.


Smithsonian

Plans Lecture

Course Series
The Smithsonian Tropical Research
Institute will present a lecture course
entitled "Studies of Animal Behavior."
The course is planned for 1 night a
week for 12 weeks and will be given
at Cristobal High School.
Each session will consist of a lec-
ture and discussion. Lecturers will
include Dr. A. S. Rand, Dr. M. H.
Robinson, and Dr. N. G. Smith. The
comprehensive program will deal
with past and present research into
animal behavior, with emphasis on
both the problems and fascinations of
this rapidly developing branch of
biology.
Admission to the course is open,
subject only to a maximum class size
restriction. Those interested are in-
vited to meet the lecturers and discuss
the program at Cristobal High School
Thursday, July 13, at 7:00 p.m.


Twenty-nine of the 1967 graduates
were trained in the Canal organiza-
tion and two in the Army. Nineteen
graduates this year, more than 50 per-
cent of the class, are Panamanians.
Twelve are U.S. citizens.
J. Bartley Smith, chairman of

Last Week's Visitors


Miraflores Locks .___--____ -
Gatun Locks__________--__
Las Cruces, Reina Manuelita,


2,554
470


Diana ________- __---- 793
Civil Affairs Building-- __ 37
Summit Gardens_ ____-__ 455
Transits:
Fairsea- ._... __-__. 350
Southern Cross----- 1,160
USNS Eaton 280
USNS Dupont _____.__ 350
Grand Total_ ___.___ 6,449


the Industrial Training Committee,
opened the program with introduc-
tory remarks and was followed by
Panama Canal Personnel Bureau Di-
rector Edward A. Doolan, who spoke
on "Apprenticeship Training and the
Effective Work Team."
Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Deputy Per-
sonnel Director (Staff), announced
the graduates as Bureau Directors
Capt. D. A. Dertien, USN (Marine);
Capt. Axton T. Jones (Transportation
and Terminals); Col. James A. Betts
(Engineering and Construction); and
Col. Henry Boswell, Jr., Assistant
Chief of Staff, G4, U.S. Army Forces
Southern Command, presented grad-
uation certificates.
Chiefs of six divisions of the Canal
organization and the Assistant Post
Engineer of the U.S. Army Forces
(Continued on p. 4)


Malaria


Cases


Increase
Ten new cases of malaria were
reported to the Health Bureau during
the month of May and fourteen more
in June. Three of the May cases were
employees of the Canal organization-
one from Pedro Miguel had camped
several nights in the Pedro Miguel
River valley within the Canal
Zone; the second, from Gamboa, had
attended horses at the Gamboa Riding
Stables after sundown; and the third,
from Colon, had visited a village on
Gatun Lake overnight.
One of the June cases was a Pan-
Canal employee from Paraiso who had
been visiting at Chilibre. There were
six cases from the Fort Sherman mil-
itary training area and the remaining
June cases were dependents with
sources in the Republic, with the ex-
ception of one at Howard AFB.
One May malaria case, a land li-
censee on the Pajal River west of
Gamboa, was detected by the Divi-
sion of Sanitation blood slide survey,
which is completed every 3 months
throughout the rural areas of the
Canal Zone. The, source of .the land
licensee case was credited to Liro,
a Panamanian village near the border
of the Zone.
A U.S. Army enlisted man stationed
at Fort Gulick was another May case
and a youngster from Albrook attend-
ing his horse after sundown at the
Curundu Riding Stables was bitten
by an infected mosquito in that area.
An infected mosquito may be left
by an untreated malaria-infected
individual who is hunting or visiting
these areas at night.
The four remaining May cases
were dependents of Canal Zone em-
ployees who either live or visit in the
Republic where malaria continues to
be a problem.
The 10 cases of malaria represented
the largest number reported in that
month since 1958, when 38 cases
were reported to the Health Bureau.
Last year 7 cases were reported in
May.
There were 13 cases reported in
(Continued on p. 4)


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The Dredging Division's Gamboa Field Office was a swinging place Friday morning when the crane "Hercules"
lifted it bodily off its foundation and moved it 150 feet to a temporary location. Despite the major move, the
office, which operates 24 hours a day, was out of business only a half hour. The eight employees on duty at the
time, left their desks at 10 a.m. and returned with all electrical equipment hooked up again at 10:30 a.m. The
Field Office, classified as the nerve center of the Dredging Division, houses all radio and communication equip-
ment in addition to important records. The office will be replaced by a 2-story masonry building to be constructed
on the same location by Dillon Construction Co. at a cost of $35,000.


Vol. VI, No. 3


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


July 7, 1967


Savings Bonds Representatives



Named For July Campaign Month


Although Canal organization em-
ployees may purchase U.S. Savings
Bonds through the Payroll Deduction
Plan at any time, July has been
designated as U.S. Savings Bonds
Campaign Month. PanCanal unit and
division U.S. Savings Bonds Repre-
sentatives have been appointed to
assist employees in becoming new
subscribers or increasing their present
Savings Bonds investments.
The following employees have
been designated as representatives
for the U.S. Savings Bonds Cam-
paign:

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
(Division Chairmen)
Executive Plai...- ,..: i ti '.fiss Margaret
Roddy; Internal -. .1r,,. 1., , Mrs. Mazie
Schwarzrock; General Counsel, Mrs.
Marion Mallory; Public Information Office,
Mrs. Anne Rathgeber; Magistrate's Court,
Balboa, John Michaelis; Magistrate's Court,
Cristobal, John Diaz; Safety Branch, Mrs.
Irma Pasco; Central Employment Office,
Mrs. Verna Bamrnett.

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DIVISION
Office of Chief, J. J. Wood, division
chairman; Agency Records Center, William
Dodd; Printing Plant, Mrs. Elvera Break-
field.
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Director's Office, Fred Cotton; Customs
Division: Office of Chief, Mrs. Ava Howell;
Balboa, C. B. Darden; Cristobal, John
Hall; Corozal, Herbert Clark. Fire Divi-
sion: Office of Chief, Mrs. Frances Jones;
Balboa, Insp. J. L. Phillips; Mount Hope,
Sgt. R. Duncan. Postal Division, William
Dolan; Police Division, Mrs. Marjorie
Peake; License Section, Mrs. Bonnie K.
Thompson; Library-Museum, Mrs. Shirley
Vaucher.

DIVISION OF SCHOOLS
Office of Superintendent, Mrs. Lilia Ro-
mero; Canal Zone College, Mrs. Rochelle
Head; Balboa High School, Mrs. Priscilla
Lane; Cristobal Junior-Senior High School,
Mrs. Marion Taylor; Curundu Junior High


School, Mrs. Mary Sneed; Ancon Elemen-
tary School, Mrs. Beatrice Rhyne; Balboa
Elementary School, Mrs. Leticia Mc-
Dowell; Diablo Elementary School, Mrs.
Ruby Smart; Diablo Heights Elementary
School, Mrs. Magdrie Callender; Los Rios
Elementary School, Mrs. Ellen Johnson;
Fort Clayton Elementary School, Mrs. Mar-
garet Hicks; Cocoli Elementary School,
Mrs. Diva Reyes; Howard Elementary
School, Mrs. Clarisa Lee; Camnboa Ele-
mentary School, Robert White; Fort Davis
Elementary School, Mrs. Aurelia Hadarits;
Margarita Elementary School, Mrs. June
Greaves; Coco Solo Elementary School,
Mrs. Fiances Coffey; Gatun Elementary
School, Kenneth Fugleberg; Fort Gulick
Elementary School, Mrs. Lornma Miller;
Paraiso Junior-Senior High School, Mrs.
Dorothy Brooks; Rainbow City Junior-
Senior High School, Mrs. Lia Hull; Santa
Cruz Elementary-Junior High School, Mrs.
Alice James; Paraiso Elementary School,
Mrs. Rhoda Sealey; Pedro Miguel Ele-
mentary School, Mrs. Ethlyn Fawcett;
Rainbow City Elementary School, Mrs.
Eudora Bernard.
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
Comptroller's Office, Miss K. McGuigan,
division chairman; Treasury Branch, Ger-
man Langshaw; Systems Division, Mrs.
Jacquelyn Ward; Budget and Rates Branch,
Stuart Wallace; Claims Branch, Miss
Rosanne Fulton; Internal Audit Branch,
Miss Doris Young; Accounting Division,
Mrs. Dana Bissell; Payroll and Machine
Accounting Branch, Edward Appin; Data
Processing Division, Mrs. Dorothy Man-
thorne; Toll Study Group, Miss Carolyn
Holgerson.
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
BUREAU
Director's Office, Mrs. Marion 0. Wells,
division chairman; Construction Division,
Mrs. Margret Orvis; Dredging Division:
Earl Romigh, Victor Melant, Bernard Par-
mentier, Jesse DeWitt Tate; Electrical Di-
vision, Mrs. Sylvia Wong; Engineering Di-
vision: Mrs. Dorothy II. Benny, Joseph
Stultz. Maintenance Division: Atlantic
side, James F. Hickman, Gladstone Fowles,
Harry F. Butz, John Lawrence; Pacific side,
Mrs. Tommie L. Horter, Mrs. Frances J.
Ponder, Cecil G. Callender, Mrs. Edith W.
Cotton, Byron Brooks; Sea Level Canal
Support Division, Mrs. Barbara D. Peter-
son.
HEALTH BUREAU
Director's Office and Division of Vet-
erinary Medicine, Mrs. Marcia Davidson,
division chairman; Gorgas Hospital: Mrs.
S. I. N. Frampton, Juan Fagette; Coco


Solo Hospital: James E. Agee, Dr. William
Wynne, Mrs. Florence C. Kellagher; Coro-
zal Hospital: Mrs. Wanda Snow, Victor
Schloss; Palo Seen Hospital: Miss Gladys
Arauz, Alexander Webster; Preventive
Medicine and Quarantine, Mrs. Jeanne
Goodman; Division of Sanitation: Richard
A. Williams, Raymond G. Bush.
MARINE BUREAU
Director's Office, Mrs. Ethel Brown,
division chairman; Industrial Division, Mrs.
Patricia Flores; Chief, Locks Division, Lee
Kariger; Miraflores Locks, Mrs. Henrietta
Winklosky; Pedro Miguel Locks, Mrs.
Martha McGee; Gatun Locks, Alfonso
Rowland; Port Captain, Cristobal, Mrs.
Madeline DeRaps; Port Captain, Balboa,
Mrs. Myrtle Hughes.
PERSONNEL BUREAU
Director's Office, Miss Virginia Keller,
division chairman; Wage and Classification
Branch, Walter Bottin; Employee Services
Branch, Mrs. Amelia C. de Jenkins; Em-
ployment and Placement Branch, Mrs.
Evelyn Farbman; Personnel Records-Ad-
ministrative Branch, Mrs. Maria Smith;
Cristobal Personnel Branch, David A.
Hope; Employee Utilization and Develop-
ment Staff, Mrs. Frances Arnold; Indus-
trial Training Staff, Mrs. Birdie Hele;
Social Services Staff: LAC, Mrs. Georgina
C. de Young.
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
BUREAU
Director's Office, Miss Mary Orr, divi-
sion chairman; Supply Division: General
Manager's Office, Henry G. Fergus, J. N.
Alleyne; B. and E Section, C. E. Gerald;
Storehouse Branch Units: Building No. 5,
Balboa, E. Francis; Building No. 19, Bal-
boa, K. L. Harris; Building No. 42, Balboa,
E. Williams; Building No. 78, Balboa,
C. M. Francis; Building No. 5086, Cris-
tobal, P. Alexis. Community Services Divi-
sion: Balboa Heights, Mrs. Anne Lawson,.
Mrs. Niza DeMartis; Cristohal, Donald
Ponder, Mrs. Audra Dougan; Ancon, L. A.
Pennycook. Tivoli Guest House, K. E.
Frauenheinm.
SUPPLY DIVISION
Balboa Service Center, Mrs. Mary E.
Brown; Balboa Heights Cafeteria, Miss
Enid Hall; Cristobal Service Center, Mrs.
Rose W. Parker; Diablo Service Center,
A. Zapata; Gatun Service Center, Mrs.
Viola Lewis; Santa Cruz and Gamboa
Service Centers, J. B. Small; Pacific
Luncheonette, Cleveland Roberts; Mar-
garita Service Center, P. J. Bauman;
Paraiso Service Center, L. W. Packer;
Rainbow City Service Center, H. 0. Black-
man.
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Balboa Retail Store: Mrs. M. L. Bushell,
Mrs. A. B. Whittingham; Coco Solo Retail
Store, C. A. Smith; Gamboa Retail Store,
Garnel W. Campbell; Paraiso Retail Store,
Mrs. Beryl George; Rainbow City Retail
Store, Mrs. Constantina Lawson; Balboa
Shoe Store, Wilfred C. Adams; Balboa
Housewares, A. A. Roach; Optical Section,
Balboa, Miss Lilias I. Hurley; Ancon
Laundry, C. F. Scantlebury; Mount Hope
Bakery, Roy Carter; Milk Plant, Mount
Hope, H. A. Mason; Corozal Cold Storage,
Preston MeBamrnette; Mount Hope Ware-
house, Arthur Dale.
TRANSPORTATION AND TERMINALS
BUREAU
Director's Office, Mrs. Mary Urey, divi-
sion chairman; Railroad Division: Atlantic
side: Miss Sofia Yhap, G. J. Herring;
Pacific side: R. C. Daniel, F. R. Call, R. E.
Pase, C. K. Lambert, Jr., B. Dorfman.
Terminals Division: Atlantic side: G. R.
Fruth, K. Maloney, Gilbert Chase; Pacific
side: W. B. Hunnicutt, J. E. Ramsay,
Clyde Lashley. Motor Transportation Divi-
sion: Atlantic side, Claude B. Bellamy;
Pacific side, George Black. Water Trans-
portation Division: New Orleans Office,
Mrs. Dora Graffignia.


SUNDAY, JULY 9
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-EBF: "Big Game Hunting
In Africa"
1:20-Discovery '67
1:45-This Is The Answer
2:05-Sunday Playhouse:
"Passport for a Corpse"
3:30-The Christophers
3:45-CBS: Sports Spectacular
5:05-Our Friend the Atom
6:00-Chronicle
1:35-The Real McCoys
7:05-The Smothers Brothers
Comedy Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Ed Sullivan
8:55-Social Security In Action
9:10-Canal Zone Calendar
9:15-Dick Powell Show
10:05-What's My Line?
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Coronet Films:
"Birth of a Bronze"
11:00-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, JULY 10
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Death Valley Days" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Odyssey
6:00-Dateline
6:30- CollegeBowl
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Pat Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Red Skelton Hour
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Hell On Devil's Island"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Decoy
11:15-Curt Massey

TUESDAY, JULY 11

4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"My Favorite Martian"
(Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Navv Film:
"The Navy Frogman"
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Survival (last show)
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
7:30-Official Detective (Premiere)
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"We Go Fast"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Roy Acuff's Open House
11:15-Curt Massey

WEDNESDAY, JULY 12
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Discovery" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report


6:00-Dateline
6:30-Do You Know?
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Danny Thomas
7:30-The Thin Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Victor Borge"
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Action at Sea
"The Second Seat"
9:30-U.S. Steel Hour
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Ann Southern
11:15-Curt Massey

THURSDAY, JULY 13

4:00-Alternoon
4:15-"Ann Sothern"
(Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-The Big Picture
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-Armchair Theater:
"Blondie Takes a Vacation"
10:25-Focus on Today
10:45-The Third Man
11:10-Curt Massey

FRIDAY, JULY 14

4:100-Alternoon
4:15-Andy Griffith (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Animal Secrets
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Password
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Joey Bishop
7:30-Fractured Flickers (Premiere)
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"A Royal Scandal"
10:40- Focus on Today
ll:15-Death Valley Days

SATURDAY, JULY 15

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival:
1:30-Captain Kangaroo
2:15-Parade of Sports:
Major League Baseball
4:40-Wonderful World of Golf
5:35-Crossroads
6:00-Weekend '67
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"Lydia Bailey"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Bell Telephone Hour
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Telenews Weekly Newsreel
9:15-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life


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The look of the feminine girl is one of the new looks for fall. You can see the
newest looks in fashion July 16 at 2:00 p.m. at the Curundu Junior High
School Cafetorium at a fashion show entitled "Fashion A-Go-Go." Sara
Fashions will provide the new fall collection, to be presented by Balboa
Assembly No. 1, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Tickets will be on sale at the
doer and also are available from any member of Balboa Assembly for $1.
Proceeds will go to the Special Education Association in the Canal Zone.
This mini-dress is modeled by Nancy Boyd.


BROWSING


COLLECTIOn

By Emily J. Price

By-Line: Ernest Hemingway is at
representative collection of Heming-
way's writings as a reporter, from his
early apprenticeship on the Kansas
City Star to the chronicle of his last
African adventures. There is straight
reporting from the early 20's in Paris
and Spain, coverage of the Spanish
Civil War, and World War II in
Europe. Throughout are pieces on
hunting, fishing, and bullfights. All
are written with the characteristic
Hemingway clarity and gusto, and
one occasionally catches glimpses of
the novels that later grew out of
these scenes.
Bill Sands is an ex-convict who is
trying to build up a national organiza-
tion for the rehabilitation of criminals.
The success he has already had in


Space Exhibition Touring Panama


The Ministry of Education's Co-
mit6 de Educaci6n Cientifica and the
National Aeronautic and Space Ad-
ministration (NASA) are sponsoring
a series of lecture demonstrations on
accomplishments and objectives of
the American space program.
This exhibition, which has traveled
through Central America, had its
Panamanian inauguration at the Co-


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


legio Felix Olivares in David July 3.
Its schedule shows travel throughout
the Republic visiting colleges in the
Provinces of Veraguas, Herrera, Los
Santos, Code, Colon, and Panama.
The exhibit will remain in Panama
for 1 month.
The program includes discussions
and demonstrations of aeronautics,
rocketry, propulsion systems, satel-
lite probes, orbits, communications,
human factors, and manned space
craft.
The lecturer accompanying the ex-
hibit is Prof. Cecilio Williams of
Panama. Professor Williams, a grad-
uate of Notre Dame University, is a
noted science and mathematics pro-
fessor both in Panama and the Canal
Zone.


training classes for convicts about to
be released from prison has caused
many penal authorities to adopt his
Seventh Step guidelines. His book
The Seventh Step tells how he began'
his life's work and gives numerous
case histories of the men he has
worked with.
Charlotte Armstrong has written a
good suspense story in The Gift Shop.
A man searches for his missing child
and only after some harrowing ex-
periences with a folk-singer, a rich
playboy, an Irish ghost, a raging bull,
and a Los Angeles fire does he meet
with any success.
Lyn Tornabene is a young-looking
housewife of 33 who is just 5 feet
tall. She felt her age when she
decided to attend a large high school
posing as a teenage student. Her in-
terest was finding out about today's
young people. Accepted as a teenager
by teachers and students alike, she
has written her report in I Passed As
A Teenager, which deserves to be
read for its picture of youth amid the
complexity of a large, overcrowded
school.
Joyce Porter has already distin-
guished herself by creating the most
loathsome detective in fiction, Chief
Inspector Dover. She has now turned
her attention to espionage and in Sour
Cream With Everything describes
certainly the most reluctant spy ever
to penetrate the Iron Curtain. A meek
English schoolmaster contends with
officialdom, Russians, and strong-
minded women in this comic spy
story.


Chosen Few To Play

The Chosen Few will make their
first appearance at the New Balboa
Teen Club tonight from 7:30 to 11:30
p.m. Dress: sportswear.
Members are admitted free; non-
members pay a nominal fee.
The club also is open during the
summer months each Monday and
\Vednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. (Courtesy National Safety Council)


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SCN-TV SCHEDULE
(Schedule subject to change without notice)







July 7, 1967


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY Page 3


Panama National Library


Marks 25th Anniversary


Panama's National Library, cele-
brating its 25th anniversary this
month, was officially dedicated July
11, 1942, by President Ricardo A.
de la Guardia.
It was located at the corner of
B Avenue and 6th Street, in Panama
City. Dr. Victor Florencio Goytia was
Minister of Education and the first
library curator was a noted Panama-
nian historian, Ernesto de J. Casti-
llero. Castillero and his assistant,
Galileo Patifio, strived from the very
beginning to enlarge the newborn
library, which only had some 10,000
volumes. These books constituted the
old Colon Library, the only public
library in Panama, supported by the
Panama City treasury since 1892.
Today, the National Library is an
efficient, modern organization with
the number of books rapidly rising
toward the 100,000 volumes mark.
From the beginning, and under the
direction of the subsequent curators,
Galileo Patifio, Aurora Corro, Boni-
facio Pereira, Ana Maria Ja6n, and
presently, once more under the di-
rection of Patifio, Panama National


Library's cultural influence reaches
all sectors of the Republic.
The library has gone a long way
since the founding of the popular
libraries "Eusebio A. Morales" and
"Manuel Jos6 Hurtado" in 1953, and
the San Francisco de la Caleta library
and the "Narciso Garay" library, in
the section of Betania, in 1954, due
to the efforts of Bonifacio Pereira.
Today, there are 153 libraries, all
over the Republic, which are branches
of the National Library in Panama and
are operated in a volunteer basis by
teachers.
Patifio, who is largely responsible
for the tremendous grouth of the Na-
tional Library, says he has been sup-
ported at all times by the Panama-
nian people and studious youth. He
has expressed gratitude to the Canal
organization and to the military com-
munities of the Canal Zone, par-
ticularly the Fort Clayton Officers
Wives Club for their help in acquisi-
tion of a modern mobile library,
which will carry the sources of knowl-
edge to the most distant points in
Panama. (Pictures in Spanish section.)


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Capt. C. G. Killick, center, veteran skipper of the Furness Withy Co. cargo
vessel "Pacific Reliance," gets an honorary Panama Canal pilot's license from
Capt. Richard C. Sergeant. Balboa Port Captain, and Acting Chief, Naviga-
tion Division, as he is about to make his 100th transit of the Canal. The
presentation was made in Balboa harbor as the ship was about to enter the
Canal northbound. With them is W. D. Bomford, right, manager of Pacific
Ford, S.A., agents for the vessel. Captain Killick joined Furness Withy as a
cadet at the age of 16 and, with the exception of the World War II years,
has been serving on the company's ships for the past 39 years. He has been
a ship's master since 1950. The "Pacific Reliance" makes regular trips through
the Canal between England and the North Pacific coast of the United States
and Canada.


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The SS "Matina," United Fruit Co. 6,800 gross ton cargo carrier, under the British flag, reflects a mirror-like image
of herself as she sits at a pier at the Industrial Division, Mount Hope, where boilers of the ship were repaired. For
the benefit of shutterbugs, the photograph was taken with a 35 mm. Contax IIIa, an f 22 (lens opening), 1/250
second, using Tri-X 400 ASA rating film. The picture was taken at 7 a.m., when the wind is low and minimum
disturbance and lack of currents make for best reflections in water. The "Matina" is a regular Canal customer,
carrying bananas from Golfito, Costa Rica, and Puerto Armuelles to United States and European ports.


EX-DISHWASHER CLEANS UP



Name's Blank, as in Blank Check


His name is Blank-but there is
nothing blank about Mr. Blank.
This 71-year world traveler-who
parlayed savings from pop bottle
deposits into a modest fortune-
arrived in Panama about a week ago
on a bus from San Francisco, Calif.
He wanted to see the country, he
explained when asked about the
method of traveling. "I want to be
where the action is."
And where the action is is where
bouncy, blue-eyed Clarence Blank
usually is. He doesn't stay long
enough in any one city to call it home,
but his stock market activities keep a
well-known United States brokerage
firm on a full time jump.
When he left here July 3, he was
on a round-the-world jaunt-this time
in style. He sailed on the P & 0 liner
Oriana first class for Europe. In his
pocket is a Eurail pass which will
permit him to ride a network of rail-
roads in Europe and keep him busy
visiting nearly every country in
Europe for the next 2 months. After


At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
July 8, 1967

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-A Fistful Of Dollars
(ADULT)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-To Catch A Thief
(ADULT)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Big Hand For
The Little Lady (AY)
Fri., 6:15, 8:10 p.m.-The Seven Faces
Of Dr. Lao (AYC)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Sat.-This Property Is Condemned
(ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-80 mins.)
-30-Foot Bride Of Candy Rock (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Any Wednesday (ADULT)
Tues.-The Young And The Brave (AYC)
Wed.-Gunsmoke In Tucson (AY)
Thurs.-Detective Story (ADULT)
Fri.-Guns Of Wyoming (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Summer
Love (AYC)
GAMBOA *
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Golden Arrow (AYC)
Sun.-Alfie (ADULT)
Tuns.-Detective Story (ADULT)
Wed.-Any Wednesday (ADULT)
Fri.-The Young And The Brave (AYC)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-Hawaii (ADULT)
Tues.-The Young Guns (ADULT)
Wed.-A Fistful Of Dollars (ADULT)
Thurs.-Romanoff And Juliet (AYC)
Fri.-Circus World (AYC)
MARGARITA *
Sat.-Young Warriors (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-100 mins.)


-The Flying Fontaines (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Caprice (ADULT)
Tues.-Ride Beyond Vengeance (ADULT)
Wed.-Billy Budd (AY)
Thurs.-The Bat (ADULT)
Fri.-The Golden Arrow (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Secret Ways (AY)

GATUN *
Sat.-Seven Seas To Calais (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-108 mins.)
-Gidget Goes To Rome (AYC)
Siunm.-Paradise, Hawaiian Style (AYC)
Tuies.-This Property Is Condemned
(ADULT)
Thurs.-Ride Beyond Vengeance
(ADULT)
Fri.-Billy Budd (AY)




Special Matinees
-All Films AYC or as Listed k***-

Saturday, July 8, 1967

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Papa's Delicate Condition-Jackie Gleason,
Glynis Johns: A warm and amusing tale
of a Texas railroad supervisor and his
family during the early 1900's. (Color.)
T-105 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
The Saga Of Hemp Brown--ory Calhoun,
Beverly Garland: Shoot first, ask que.-
tions later, was his motto. He was
framed so well that they almost hung


him. (R) (Spanish titles.) (Scope and
color.) T-86 mrains.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Forty Guns-Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sul-
livan: She made her own laws until the
tough gunslinger rode into town (Scope.)
T-86 mins.

GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Abbott And Costello Meet The Keystone
Kops-Bud and Lou in the wonderful
slap-stick era when "vamps" broke
hearts . stuntmen broke necks . .
and every face wore a custard pie!
T-86 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Never Put It In Writing-Pat Boone, Milo
O'Shea: Pat Boone's light portrayal of
a breezy young insurance executive, em-
bittered when he believes he has been
passed over for a promotion.
T-100 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Stage To Thunder Rock-Barry Sullivan,
Marilyn Maxwell: Exciting western with
plenty of action telling how a sheriff's
last job involves killing his oldest friend.
(R) (Color.) (AY) T- 89 mins.
All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.


Then in 1947, when he was work-
ing as a porter in Fairbanks, Alaska,
S he saved $800, mostly by cashing in
soft drink bottles for deposit. Instead
u of using his money to invest in blue
chip stocks, he perfected what he now
calls the "Blank Method" and bought
100 shares of Pan American Airways,
then selling for $8 a share.
t Using a system that defies descrip-
tion, he kept buying and selling Pan
American stock until he finally made
$10,000. Since then, in fast and
furious trading in 100 share lots, he
/ has been buying stocks that are un-
popular, riding them for a few points,
selling out, and buying back in again.
He admits he could have made a
lot more money if he had held on to
some of his stocks, but feels that this
wouldn't have been any fun. The
Clarence Blank airline stocks he bought when they
were less popular are worth $21/2
that it will be Asia. "Live rich and million now.
die poor" is his rule in life. At present he likes chain restaurants
Things haven't always been so and his portfolio consists of Shat-
easy for Blank, who was born in tuck Co., Bickfords Inc., Restaurant-
Buffalo, N.Y., and quit school after Waldorf Associates, and Horn &
the third grade. In fact, he was 51 Hardart. He has washed dishes for all
years old before he started making of them. Last year he made $38,000.
his fortune by buying stocks when While he was in Panama, he saw
others were selling and selling when the sights, made friends, and passed
others were buying. out free investment advice which
According to a recent San Fran- seems simple on the surface. He feels
cisco newspaper report, he has a port- he has made enough to last him for
folio of stocks valued at more than a while and has cashed in some of his
$300,000 and a solid dividend income, stocks to finance his year-long trip.
Before he became a man of means, At his age and with his modest
he washed dishes, hired out as a tastes, he says he could never spend
porter, was a caddy, served with the in his lifetime what he has accu-
U.S. Army in World War I, was with mulated. Blank has never been mar-
the U.S. merchant marine in World tried. He said he never had enough
War II, and even worked a year as money when he was young enough to
headwaiter on the old Panama Rail- want to get married and now he
road ship Ancon. doesn't have the time.


Curundu Pool Slates Classes for Beginners

Curundu Pool will start two new p.m. today on a first come, first served
beginners classes July 10. basis, as space is limited. Curundu
The first and second grade begin- and Clayton children will be given
ners class will meet at 9:30 a.m., preference, others on a space avail-
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wedncs- able basis.
days, with the kindergarten class the
same days at 10:15 a.m.
S days at 10:15 am.ore than 80 percent of the 1966
Parents may fill out the necessary model passenger cars were equipped
forms at the pool. No registrations with automatic transmissions, 67 per-
will be accepted by telephone and no cent had power steering, 35 percent
transportation is provided. had power brakes, 29 percent had
Registration will be from 1 to 5 factory installed air conditioning.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


July 7, 1967


An unlimited Panama Canal Pilot's License, marking the completion of
nearly 2 years of training, is presented Capt. Robert J. Bloemer, left, by
Capt. Donald E. Dertien, USN, Marine Director in the Cristobal Port Cap-
tain's Office. Also present is Mrs. Bloemer. A native of Omaha, Nebr., Captain
Bloemer joined the Panama Canal's pilot force in November 1965.


Apprentice Program Said Vital


(Continued from p. 1)
Southern Command also participated
in the ceremony. The Industrial
Training Staff, the Administrative
Section, and the Industrial Training
Committee also were represented.
In his address, the Governor em-
phasized that the new journeymen
will bring into the Canal organiza-
tion an impressive variety of skills
which they must continue to develop
to keep up with new techniques and
new processes.
"And one day you will find your-
selves in the role of instructors on
the job, telling others how to do the
job, guiding them along the same
road that you have traveled," he told
the graduates.
The Governor also paid tribute to
the many men who assisted the
apprentices in their training and made
possible their graduation. He men-
tioned the patience, skill, and willing-
ness of the teachers who gave advice
and guided each apprentice in learn-
ing the skills of his trade.
"Today, part of the responsibility
for operating the Panama Canal is
being placed in your hands. It is a
great responsibility that has grown
from a long tradition. I know that you
will add to that tradition as you carry
on," said the Governor as he con-
gratulated the new craftsmen.
Governor Leber presented eight
members of the graduating class spe-
cial awards in recognition of excel-
lence in academic and shop-skill
achievement during the 4-year
program. Outstanding Performance
Awards were presented to John M.
Eberenz and Terrel C. Deakins.
Superior Service Awards went to Paul
F. Ebdon, Jerome E. Steiner, Jr.,
Waldo B. Gilley, Jr., Keith Green,
Randall Deakins, and George L.
Hibbert.

Former PC Employee
Will Join Sing-Out
Elizabeth Reyes E., 20, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Reyes of
Curundu, left the Isthmus last
week for Fort Slocum, New
Rochelle, N.Y., to participate in
the World Sing-Out Festival from
July 1 to the end of August.
She had been an employee of
the Panama Canal Systems Divi-
sion of the Office of the Comp-
troller.
After the convention, Miss
Reyes will join Cast "C" of Sing-
Out, the group which visited Pan-
ama a few months ago. Miss Reyes
will remain with Sing-Out for
1 year and travel through Central
and South America with the
group.


John M. Eberenz, who established
the highest grades for academic and
shop achievement of the 1967 grad-
uating class, spoke on behalf of the
class.
The 31 apprentices who received
their graduation certificates this
morning are:
MARINE BUREAU
Industrial Division
Robert E. Blades, welder; Percival
E. Dale, Jr., boilermaker; Edwin Far-
rell, rigger; Carlos A. L6pez, machin-
ist; Carlos A. Myrie, diesel mechanic;
Merton U. Oglivie, shipfitter; Luis A.
Pringle, machinist; Philip D. Sanders,
machinist; Terani 0. Simons, machin-
ist; Wilfred M. Smith, shipwright;
Norman G. Thomas, boatbuilder; and
Carl C. Townsend, welder.
Locks Division
Robert H. McConaughey, elec-
trician; Waldo B. Gilley, Jr., machin-
ist; and Jerome E. Steiner, Jr., elec-
trician.
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Railroad Division
Albert Clarke, electrician, and


Keith E.
steel).


Green, carman (wood and


ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Electrical Division
Paul F. Ebdon, power station oper-
ator; John M. Eberenz, power station
operator; Winston H. Forde, tele-
phone electrician; Donald L. Keller,
cablesplicer; and William C. Kirk-
land, cablesplicer.
Dredging Division
Richard V. Chin, electrician; Ran-
dall L. Deakins, electrician; Gregorio
Moreno H., welder; and Norman W.
Watkins, electrician.
Maintenance Division
Terrell C. Deakins, plumber;
George L. Hibbert, sheetmetal
worker; and Roland S. Josephs, ma-
chinist.
U.S. ARMY FORCES SOUTHERN
COMMAND
Post Engineers
Eric C. Glave, cablesplicer, and
Clarence C. Greenidge, refrigeration
and air conditioning mechanic.

Pre-Natal Classes
Pre-natal classes for expectant
mothers and their husbands will
begin July 13 and will be held
July 20, 27, and August 3 at 7:30
p.m. in the third floor dining room
of Gorgas Hospital Annex. Class
topics include movies and discussion
related to pregnancy, labor, and child-
bearing. The last class will be devoted
to care of the baby.


"Snow White"

Opening at

Ancon July 21
The Theatre Guild's children'
summer theatrical production will be
"Snow White And The Seven
Dwarfs." It will be produced and
directed by Johann Meyer, a member
of the Theatre Guild Board of Di-
rectors.
Opening night at the Ancon play-
house will be July 21, and the play
will run through July 29, per-
formances beginning at 7:30 p.m.
There will be a matinee at 2:00 p.m.,
July 22, 23, and 29.
Cast in the leading roles are Candy
Anderson as Princess Snow White,
Ce Ce Sloan as Queen Brangomar,
Hank Williams as Sir Dandiprat
Bombas, and Carrol McCarren as
Witch Hex.
Also in the cast are: Kristy Plenc-
ner, Kerry Plenener, Alice Parthenais,
Kristin Specht, Lillian Meyer, Laurie
Zerr, Janice Nehring, Frank Koenig,
Dale Festner, Hans Meyer, Gregg
Thomas, Cathy Bussell, Alice Plenc-
ner, Richie Alexander, Stephen Par-
thenais, Bobby Parthenais, Mark An-
derson, Roy Meyer, Mark Parthenais,
Stuart Eldridge, Kathy Fears, Erica
Specht, Kathy Plencner, Jennie
Verno, Carol Armundson, and Mari-
lyn Sloan.
This children' theatrical produc-
tion promises to be unique in that
the play, although basically the same
as the movie version, is based on the
original story by the Brothers Grimm.
Delightful and enchanting costumes
are promised, and the "Animated
Forest" will actually move through
the audience.
Tickets will go on sale July 13 at
the Ancon Playhouse. Reservations
may be made by calling Balboa 3786
between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. on and
after that date.


PC Launches Entered

In Fishing Tourney

Gov. W. P. Leber is entering the
Panama Canal launches Anayansi
and Careta in the 15th annual Inter-
national Marlin and Sailfish Tour-
nament which continues through
August 29.
As in the past, PanCanal units con-
ducted drawings from among all per-
sons planning to participate in the
event. Anyone who participated last
year was ineligible for this year's
drawing, except in the case of insuffi-
cient applicants.
The Anayansi is scheduled to make
2 trips and the Careta 8 trips of 4 days
each. Cost for each participant will
be a $5 entry fee for the tournament
plus a $20 charge for subsistence for
himself and the crew. All charges
must be paid at the Special Services
Officer's office, Civil Affairs Building,
or mailed to Box M, Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone, 7 days before the date
of the trip. Checks or money orders
are to be made out to the Panama
Canal Company.
The tournament is sponsored by
the Panama Government Tourist Bu-
reau and valuable prizes are being
offered for the largest entries in
various categories.


Many Student Groups

Making Zone Tours
More than 2,200 students from
schools in the Republic of Panama
have visited points of interest in the
Canal Zone since the beginning of
the school year in the Republic in
April.
The tours have included partial
transits of the Canal on the launch
Las Cruces. Groups have come from
approximately 20 schools, with more
than 1,200 from Panama City and
nearly 1,000 from towns in the Inte-
rior. (Photo in Spanish section of a
Penonome group.)


Mrs. Marcia Griffall, clerk (typing), Office of the Personnel Director, signs up
for a "Savings Bond-Savings Note Combination" under the payroll deduc-
tion plan. Miss Virginia Keller, right, secretary to the Personnel Director, is
Personnel Bureau chairman for the Savings Bond Campaign 1967. Dr. Daniel
J. Paolucci, Deputy Personnel Director (Staff), center, is Savings Bonds
officer for the Panama Canal organization. (Story on page 2.)



40-Year Veterans Top List

Of 23 Panama Canal Retirees


Hubert H. Vickers, supervisory
clerk in the Panama Railroad Divi-
sion in Balboa, and Lionel Joseph,
machine operator in the Industrial
Division, Mount Hope, were senior,
in point of service, among employees
who received retirement certificates
at the retirement ceremony in the
Board Room of the Administration
Building.
Vickers ended his employment
with the Canal organization with 42
years and 3 months service, all of it
with the Panama Railroad (picture in
Spanish section). Joseph had accu-
mulated 40 years and 7 months. Both
men will remain in Panama after their
retirement.
Congratulations to these and other
retiring employees were offered by
Canal Zone Gov. W. P. Leber who
said that with their departure the
Canal was losing some of its most
experienced employees.
"You have been part of a group that
has contributed to the efficient oper-
ation of the Canal and during the
years, no matter what Governor you
have worked for, you have always
been known as fine group of people,"
he said.
Governor Leber presented each
retirement certificate and each em-
ployee's Bureau Director added his
congratulations and good wishes.
Employees who received their re-
tirement certificates in June, with
their places of employment and years
of U.S. Government service:
Franklin W. Allie, Pilot, Navigation
Division, Atlantic side: 11 years,
7 months, 2 days.
Dominigo Davis, Guard, Terminals
Division, Pacific side: 25 years, 7
months, 24 days.
Estle H. Davison, Leader Engineman
(Hoisting and Portable), Commu-
nity Services Division, Atlantic
side: 30 years, 11 months, 17 days.
Benito Garrido, Helper Sheetmetal
Worker, Maintenance Division, Pa-
cific side: 31 years, 5 months, 11
days.
Robert M. Graham, Auditor, Internal
Audit Division, Pacific side: 16
years, 4 months, 14 days.
Leonard S. Grant, Painter, Mainte-
nance Division, Pacific side: 30
years, 9 months, 15 days.
Stanley M. Hamilton, Assistant Sales
Store Manager, Supply Division,
Atlantic side: 19 years, 3 months.
Justiniano Herrera, Seaman, Dredg-
ing Division, Pacific side: 32 years,
8 months, 24 days.
Lionel Joseph, Machine Operator,
Industrial Division, Atlantic side:
40 years, 7 months, 20 days.
Charles A. Lee, Customs Inspector,
Customs Division, Pacific side: 21
years, 7 months, 26 days.
Henry E. Lewis, Lead Foreman
Painter, Industrial Division, At-
lantic side: 33 years, 1 month, 9
days.
Eloy Lozano. Painter (Maintenance),
Dredging Division, Pacific side: 26
years, 9 months. 13 days.
Aubrey L. Richardson, Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning Mechanic,


Maintenance Division, Pacific side:
8 years, 4 months, 9 days.
Elizabeth Sudron, General Claims
Examiner, General Audit Division,
Pacific side: 24 years, 3 months,
3 days.
Hubert H. Vickers, Supervisory Clerk,
Railroad Division, Pacific side: 42
years, 3 months, 20 days.
Carl A. Yarbro, Lock Operator (En-
gineman, Hoisting, and Portable),
Locks Division, Pacific side: 24
years, 2 months, 1 day.
The following employees are re-
tiring in July, but received their
retirement certificates in June because
they are leaving the Isthmus:
Robert C. Carter, Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Engineman, Hoisting, and
Portable), Locks Division, Pacific
side: 33 years, 9 months, 20 days.
Joseph S. Leiby, Leader Machinist,
Maintenance Division, Pacific side:
17 years, 2 months, 22 days.
Joseph A. Orvis, General Foreman
(Cablesplicing and Electrical Dis-
tribution), Electrical Division, Pa-
cific side: 20 years, 1 month, 12
days.
Samuel Roe, Jr., Police Private, Police
Division, Pacific side: 32 years,
1 month, 21 days.
Edward E. Albin, Fire Lieutenant,
Fire Division, Pacific side: 36 years,
6 months, 29 days.
Agnes E. Hannigan, Secretary (Ste-
nography), Sea Level Canal Sup-
port Division, Pacific side: 27 years,
11 months, 2 days.
Ben F. Smith, Pilot, Navigation Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 14 years, 7
months, 1 day.


Malaria
(Continued from p. 1)
June 1966. The high for that month
during the last 10 years was a peak
of 47 cases in 1957.
While malaria is present the year
round, the likelihood of infection is
greatly increased during the early

July). For this reason Canal Zone
health authorities warn Zone residents
to be on guard against mosquitos and
the best practice is to stay within
screened interiors after sundown.
The number of malaria cases treated
in the Canal Zone is increasing and
the upswing is shown by a 10-year
graph. Most of the cases originate
from outside the Zone. Records show
there were 27 cases in 1962, and 4,
7, 9, and 29 in successive years.
Mel Boreham, entomologist, Divi-
sion of Sanitation, attended the recent
Assembly of the Directors of the
Malaria Eradication Services of Cen-
tral America, Mexico, Panama, and
the Caribbean countries at Port-au-
Prince, Haiti. He represented the
Health Bureau and the Canal Zone.
Among highlights of the assembly
was a report on the new Malaria
Research Center in El Salvador and
the new Office of Evaluations, also in
that country. Both will provide serv-
ices to all countries in Central Amer-
ica and the Caribbean.


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Vol. VI, No. 3 Mds de 50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 7 de Julio de 1967


El Gobernador Felicit6


A los Nuevos Artesanos


"El program de aprendices es
vital para el Canal y desde su co-
mienzo, en los dias de la construe-
ci6n, ha contribuido enormemente al
6xito del Canal suministrando gran
parte de la mano de obra expert que
necesita", declar6 esta mariana el
Gobernador W. P. Leber en la gra-
duaci6n de 31 aprendices, que reci-
bieron sus certificados de artesanos
calificados en una ceremonia que
tuvo lugar en el Anexo del Centro de
Adiestramiento de la Direcci6n de
Personal en Anc6n.
El Gobernador Leber indic6 que al
present hay 221 aprendices, 136 pa-
namefios y 85 estadounidenses. Tam-
bi6n dijo que en los pr6ximos 5 6 10
afios, el program se extenderA a
media que se vaya necesitando mAs
y mAs mano de obra calificada.
El Gobernador tambi6n sefial6 que
entire los nuevos artesanos hay 19 pa-
nameiios y que ellos representan la
larga asociaci6n de los panamefios
que, trabajando conjuntamente con
los estadounidenses durante muchos
afios, han compartido la responsabili-
dad de operar el Canal de PanamA.
Los graduados representan el gru-
po mis grande en la historic del Pro-
grama de Aprendizaje del Canal de
Panama, desde que fue ampliado en
1960 y desde que en 1963 fue am-
pliado ain mas para incluir aprendi-
ces del Ej6rcito de Estados Unidos.
La Armada entr6 al program en
1964.
Veintinueve de los graduados de
1967 recibieron su adiestramiento en
la empresa del Canal y dos en el
Ej6rcito. Diecinueve de ellos, mis
del 50 por ciento, son panamefios, los
demAs son estadounidenses.
J. Bartley Smith, president del
Comit6 de Adiestramiento Industrial,
inici6 el program con palabras intro-
ductorias y le sigui6 Edward A.
Doolan, Director de Personal del
Canal de PanamA, quien habl6 sobre
"Adiestramiento de Aprendices y el
Trabajo en Equipo Efectivo".
El Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Subdi-
rector Ejecutivo de Personal, fue
anunciando los nombres de los gra-
duados, y los respectivos directors,
CapitAn Donald A. Dertien, de Mari-
na; Capitin Axton T. Jones, de Trans-
porte y Terminales; Coronel James A.
Betts, de Ingenieria y Construcci6n;
y Coronel Henry Boswell, Subjefe
de Estado Mayor, G4, del Ej6rcito
del Comando Sur de Estados Unidos,
iban entregando los respectivos cer-
tificados.
Los jefes de seis divisions del
Canal y el Ingeniero Ayudante del



Blanca Nieves y

Los 7 Enanitos

Desde el Dia 21

La producci6n teatral de verano,
para nifios, del Theatre Guild serA
"Blanca Nieves y los Siete Enanitos"
(Snow White And The Seven
Dwarfs). Sera producida y dirigida
por Johann Meyer, miembro de la
Junta Directiva del Theatre Guild.
El 21 de julio serA la noche inau-
gural en el Teatro de Anc6n y se se-
guirA presentando hasta el 29 del
mismo mes. Las presentaciones co-
menzarAn a las 7:30 p.m. HabrA un
matin6e a las 2:00 p.m. del 22, 23
y 29 de julio.
Las estrellas principals son Candy
Anderson en el papel de Blanca Nie-
ves, Ce Ce Sloan como la Reina Bran-
gomar, Hank Williams como Sir
Dandiprat Bombas y Carrol McCarren
como la Bruja Hex.
Los boletos se pondrAn a la venta
el 13 de julio en el Teatro de Anc6n.
Se puede hacer reservaciones Ila-
mando a Balboa 3786 de 7 a 9 de
la noche, de esa fecha en adelante.


Ejercito del Comando Sur tambi6n
participaron en la ceremonia. El Per-
sonal Ejecutivo de Adiestramiento, la
Secci6n Administrativa, y el Comit6
de Adiestramiento Industrial tambi6n
estuvieron representados.
En su discurso, el Gobernador se-
fial6 que los nuevos artesanos apor-
tarAn al Canal una impresionante va-
riedad de habilidades que deberAn
desarrollar para mantenerse a la altu-
ra de las nuevas t6cnicas y procedi-
mientos.
"Algimn dia se verAn ustedes en el
papel de instructors, diciendo a
otros c6mo hacer el trabajo y guiAn-
dolos por el mismo camino que uste-
des acaban de recorrer", dijo el Go-
bernador a los graduados.
Tambi6n rindi6 tributo el Gober-
nador a los muchos hombres que ayu-
daron a los aprendices en su adies-
tramiento e hicieron possible su gra-
duaci6n. Mencion6 la paciencia, la
habilidad y la buena voluntad de los
maestros que aconsejaron y guiaron a
cada aprendiz en su aprendizaje.
"Hoy, parte de la responsabilidad
de operar el Canal de Panama ha
recaido en vuestras manos. Es una
gran responsabilidad con una larga
tradici6n. Yo s6 que ustedes aporta-
rAn su parte a esa tradici6n", dijo el
Gobernador al felicitar a los nuevos
artesanos.
El Gobernador Leber entreg6 a
ocho miembros de la graduaci6n cer-
tificados especiales en reconocimien-
to a sus excelentes logros acad6micos
y manuales durante el program de
4 afios. John M. Eberenz y Terrel C.
Deakins recibieron Certificados por
Desempefio Sobresaliente. Paul F.
Ebdon, Jerome E. Steiner, Jr., Waldo
B. Gilley, Jr., Keith Green, Randall
Deakins y George L. Hibbert obtu-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


-A
















La Sra. Roselda B. de Vickers muestra con orgullo el certificado de jubila-
ci6n entregado a su esposo Hubert H. Vickers por el Gobernador W. P.
Leber, durante la ceremonia de jubilaci6n celebrada en el Sal6n de Confe-
rencias del Edificio de Administraci6n. Vickers, subjefe oficinista en la Divi-
si6n de Ferrocarril, se jubil6 despues de 42 afios, 3 meses de servicio con
el Canal de Panama.



H. H. Vickers es Decano


De los Jubilados de Junio


Hubert H. Vickers, subjefe ofici-
nista en la Divisi6n del Ferrocarril de
Panama en Balboa, y Lionel Joseph,
operario de maquinaria en la Divisi6n
Industrial en Mount Hope, fueron los
empleados mas antiguos en afios de
servicio entire los que recibieron su
certificado de jubilaci6n en ceremo-
nia celebrada en el Sal6n de Confe-
rencias del Edificio de Administra-
ci6n.


Julio, Mes de Campaha Para



Compra de Bonos de Ahorro


A pesar de que los empleados del
Canal de PanamA pueden comprar
Bonos de Ahorro de Estados Unidos
en cualquier Apoca del afio, julio ha
sido designado como el Mes de la
Campafia de Compra de Bonos de
Ahorro de los Estados Unidos. Se ha
sefialado a los Representantes de la
Campafia en Unidades y Divisiones
del Canal de PanamA como las per-
sonas que ayudarAn a los empleados
en la tarea de suscribirse en la com-
pra de bonos o de aumentar sus
inversiones presented.
Los siguientes empleados han sido
designados representantes de la Cam-
pafia de Compra de Bonos de Ahorro
de los Estados Unidos:
OFICINA DEL GOBERNADOR Y
PRESIDENT
(Presidente Divisional)
Oficina de Planificaci6n, Srta. Margaret
Roddy; Oficina de Seguridad Interna, Sra.
Mazie Schwarzrock; Asesoria Juridica, Sra.
Marion Mallory; Oficina de Informacidn,
Sra. Anne Rathgeber; Corte del Magistrado
de Balboa, John Michaelis; Corte del Ma-
gistrado de Crist6bal, John Diaz; Ramo de
Seguridad, Sra. Irma Pasco; Oficina Cen-
tral de Empleos, Sra. Verna Barnett.
DIVISION DE SERVICIOS
ADMINISTRATIVOS
Oficina del Jefe, J. J. Wood, president
divisional; Dep6sito Central de Documen-
tos, William Dodd; Imprenta, Sra. Elvera
Breakfield.
DIRECCION DE ASUNTOS CIVILES
Oficina del Director, Fred Cotton; Divi-
si6n de Aduanas: Oficina del Jefe, Sra. Ava
Howell; Balboa, C. B. Darden; Crist6bal,
John Hall; Corozal, Herbert Clark.
Division de Bomberos: Oficina del Jefe,
Sra. Frances Jones; Balboa, Inspector J. L.
Phillips; Mount Hope, Sargento R. Duncan.
Division de Correos, William Dolan;
Division de Policia, Sra. Marjorie Peake;
Secci6n de Licencias, Sra. Bonnie K.
Thompson; Biblioteca-Museo, Sra. Shirley
Vaucher.
Divisi6n de Escuelas: Oficina del Su-
perintendente, Sra. Lilia Romero; Univer-
sidad de la Zona del Canal, Sra. Rochelle


Head; Escuela Secundaria de Balboa,
Priscilla Lane; Escuela Secundaria de Cris-
t6bal, Sra. Marion Taylor; Escuela Inter-
media de Curundfi, Sra. Mary Sneed; Es-
cuela Primaria de Anc6n, Sra. Beatrice
Rhyne; Escuela Primaria de Balboa, Sra.
Leticia McDowell; Escuela Primaria de
Diablo, Sra. Ruby Smart; Escuela Primaria
de Diablo Heights, Sra. Magdrie Callender;
Escuela Primaria de Los Rios, Sra. Ellen
Johnson; Escuela Primaria de Fuerte Clay-
ton, Sra. Margaret Hicks; Escuela Prima-
ria de Cocoli, Sra. Diva Reyes; Escuela
Primaria de Howard, Sra. Clarissa Lee;
Escuela Primaria de Gamboa, Robert
White; Escuela Primaria de Fuerte Davis,
Sra. Aurelia Hadarits; Escuela Primaria de
Margarita, Sra. June Grcaves; Escuela Pri-
maria de Coco Solo, Sra. Frances Coffey;
Escuela Primaria de Gatin, Kenneth Fugle-
berg; Escuela Primaria de Fuerte Gulick,
Sra. Lorna Miller; Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, Sra. Dorothy Brooks; Escuela Se-
rundaria de Rainbow City, Sra. Lia Hull;
Escuela Primaria e Intermedia de Santa
Cruz, Sra. Alice James; Escuela Primaria
de Paraiso, Sra. Rhoda Sealey; Escuela
Primaria de Pedro Miguel, Sra. Ethlyn
Fawcett; Escuela Primaria de Rainbow
City, Sra. Eudora Bernard.
CONTRALORIA
Oficina del Contralor, Srta. K. Mc-
Guigan, president divisional; Ramo de
Tesoreria, German Langshaw; Divisi6n de
Sistemas, Sra. Jacquelyn Ward; Ramo de
Presupuesto y Tarifas, Stuart Wallace;
Ramo de Reclamos, Srta. Rosanne Fulton;
Auditoria Interna, Srta. Doris Young; Con-
taduria, Dana Bissell; Ramo de Contabili-
dad Mecanica y N6minas de Pago, Edward
Appin; Divisi6n de Elaboraci6n de Datos,
Sra. Dorothy Manthorne; Unidad de Estu-
din de Peaies, Srta. Carolyn Holgerson.
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Oficina del Director, Sra. Marion 0.
Wells, president divisional; Divisi6n de
Construcci6n, Sra. Margret Orvis; Divi-
si6n de Dragas: Earl Romigh, Victor Me-
lant, Bernard Parmentier, Jesse DeWitt
Tate; Divisi6n de Electricidad, Sra. Sylvia
Wone; Divisi6n de Ingenieria, Sra. Doro-
thy H. Benny, Joseph Stultz; Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento: Lado AtlAntico, James F.
Hickman, Gladstone Fowles, Harry F.
Butz, John Lawrence; Lado Pacifico, Sra.
Tommie L. porter, Sra. Frances J. Ponder,
Cecil G. Callender, Sra. Edith W. Cotton,
Byron Brooks; Divisi6n de Estudios Sobre
Canal a Nivel, Sra. Barbara D. Peterson.
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Vickers termin6 su empleo con la
empresa del Canal con 42 afios y
3 meses de servicio, todos ellos con
el Ferrocarril de PanamA. Joseph
acumul6 40 afios y 7 meses. Ambos
permanecerAn en PanamA despubs de
la jubilaci6n.
El Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal W. P. Leber felicit6 a estos y
a todos los que se jubilaban y dijo
que con la partida de ellos el Canal
estaba perdiendo algunos de sus mAs
experimentados empleados.
Vosotros habeis sido parte de un
grupo que ha contribuido a la opera-
eiAn ficenno -Idl (Canal v rulranrto Ins


R. J. Knox Recibe

Carta de Encomio

Por Bella Acci6n
Una carta de encomio, por haber
ayudado en el rescate de un compa-
fiero de armas que habia sido atrapa-
do por un cami6n en 2 pies de agua,
en una carretera de Viet Nam, ha
recibido el Sargento Robert J. Knox,
hijo del Sargento Robert S. Knox, del
Distrito de Bomberos de Balboa, y
Sra. Dorothy E. Knox.
La carta que ban recibido los es-
posos Knox dice que 61 fue encomia-
do debido a su rApida acci6n al ayu-
dar en el rescate del Sargento Roman
F. Schmidt, y que esa ayuda inmedia-
ta ayud6 indudablemente a salvarle
la vida.
"En la noche del 28 de abril de
1967, usted ayud6 a otros cinco hom-
bres en una carrera contra el tiempo,
para liberar al Sargento Schmidt, de
la Compafiia 669 de Transporte, del
peso de su cami6n de 4 de tonelada
que se habia volcado y quedado en
2 pies de agua. Debido a su desinte-
resada y oportuna ayuda, el Sargento
Schmidt fue rescatado y una persona
entendida pudo administrarle respi-
raci6n artificial.
"Debido a su ayuda en la noche
del 28 de abril, el Sargento Schmidt
hoy estA vivo y es un hombre sano,
un hombre que jams olvidarA lo que
usted hizo.
"Nuevamente, se le encomia por su
oportuna y desinteresada. acci6n. Ello
significa una gran honrd para used,
para su unidad y para el Ej6rcito de
Estados Unidos".
El Sargento Knox naci6 en Marga-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)



Conferencias Sobre

Conducta Animal En

Escuela de Cristobal
El Institute Smithsoniano de In-


afios, no import para cual Gober- vestigaci6n Tropical presentarA un
nador hay importa para cual Gober- is sido cielo de conferencias titulado "Estu-
nadorayis trabaado, habis sido dios de la Conducta Animal". E1 curso
considerados siempre como un exce- estA proyectado para 1 noehe a la
lente grupo de personas., semana durante 12 semanas y se darA
El Gobernador Leber entreg6 a
El Cobernador Leber entreg6 a en la Escuela Secundaria de Cris-
cada uno su certificado de jubilaci6n t6Lal.
y el Director respective los felicit6 y a si6n consistir en una con-
les express sus buenos deseos. Cada sesidn consistira en una con-
Los empleados que recibieron sus ferencia y luego discusi6n. Entre los
ertifiados de jubilaen en el mes conferenciantes estan el Dr. A. S.
de junior, con sus lugares de empleo Rand, el Dr. M. H. Robinson y el
y afios de servicio son os on los siguientes: Dr. N. G. Smith. El program com-
pleto tratara sobre la investigaci6n
Franklin W. Allie, Practico del Canal, Di- pasada y present de la conduct ani-
si6n de Navegaci6n, sector AtlAntico:
11 afios, 7 meses, 2 dias. mal, enfatizando en ambas los pro-
Domingo Davis, Guardia, Divisi6n de Ter- blemas y fascinaciones de esta rama
minales, sector Pacifico: 25 afios, 7 me- de la biologia que se encuentra en
ses, 24 dias.
Estle H. Davison, Capataz Operario de un rApido desarrollo.
Maquinaria PortAtil y Levadiza, Divi- La entrada al curso estA abierta,
si6n de Servicios Comunales, sector
Atlnntico: 30 afios, I1 meses, 17 dias. sujeta solamente la restricci6n a un
Benito Garrido, Ayudante Planchista, Di- nimero maximo de alumnos. A los
visi6n' de Mantenimiento, sector Paci- interesados se les invita a reunirse
fico: 31 afios, 5 meses, 11 dias.
Robert M. Graham, Auditor, Divisi6n de con los conferenciantes y a discutir el
Auditoria Interna. sector Pacifico: 16 program en la Escuela Secundaria
afios, 4 meses, 14 dias. de Crist6bal el jueves 13 de julio a
(Continia en la pdgina 4) las 7 de la noche.



Exposicion Espacial

En Toda la Repufblica


La Comisi6n de Educaci6n Cienti-
fica del Ministerio de Educaci6n, con-
juntanmente con la Administraci6n Na-
cional de AeronAutica y del Espacio
(NASA) patrocinan una series de con-
ferencias-demostraciones sobre las
realizaciones y los objetivos del pro-
grama espacial estadounidense.
Esta exhibici6n, que ha recorrido
la America Central, tuvo su inaugura-
ci6n panmunefia en el Colegio F lix
Olivares de la ciudad de David, el
3 de julio. Luego viajara a traves de
la Rcpfblica visitando los colegios en
las Provincias de Veraguas, Herrera,
Los Santos, Cocl6, Col6n y PanamA.


La exposici6n permanecerA en Pana-
mA durante I mes.
El program incluye debates y de-
mostraciones sobre aeronautica, cohe-
teria, sistemas de propulsion, pruebas
de sat6lites, 6rbitas, comunicaciones,
factors humans, y astronaves tri-
puladas.
Acompafia la exhibici6n en calidad
de conferenciante el Profesor Cecilio
Williams de PanamA. El Profesor
Williams, graduado de la Universidad
de Notre Dame, es un notable profe-
sor de ciencias y matemAticas tanto en
la ciudad de PanamA como en ]a Zona
del Canal.


I (









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Julio 7, 1967


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
JULIO
2- 8-Semana de Seguridad en el Agua en la Zona del Canal.
14-Aniversario de la Toma de la Bastilla. Fiesta Nacional de Francia
(1789).
14-16-Celebraci6n de las festividades patronales de "La Virgen del Carmen"
con la traditional procesi6n marina en la Isla de Taboga.
19-23-Celebraci6n del Festival de la Pollera en Las Tablas, Provincia de
Los Santos. HabrA tamboritos, polleras de todo tipo y los bailes
tipicos tradicionales. El dia 20 se conmemora la fiesta de Santa
Librada, patrona de Las Tablas.


CANAL 2

DOMINGO
9:45-A Bailar, Joven
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-Tiempo de Estrellas
12:00-Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Estreno Favorito
4:00-Tarde de Toros
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Los Monroe
8:00-El Tiinel del Tiempo
9:00-El Show de Dean Martin
10:00-Largo Metraje





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





MARTES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
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 Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Simplicia la Secretaria
7:30-Reto al Mal
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
9:30-El Hombre Que Nunca Existi6
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal





MIERCOLES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportaies Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblbn
5:30-Super Seis
6:00-La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Batman
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Viaje a las Estrellas
9:30-La Caldera Del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta



JUEVES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Flipper, el Delfin Maravilloso
6:00-La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Mi Adorado Sobrino
7:30-Comandos del Desierto
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia del F.B.I.
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal




VIERNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Hey Land Lord
6:00-La Novela del Dos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Avisp6n Verde
7:30-La Casa de Luis Demetrio
8:00-Combate
9:00-Carrousel de la Alegria
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Tren Musical




SABADO


Carnaval de Cartones
Noticias
Program Femenino
Sarao de TV-2
Reprise de la Novela de las 6
La Rubia Peligrosa
Un Soltero Casado
Notliias
Misi6n Imposible
Shane
Rutas del Destino
Noticias
Teleteatro


CANAL 4

DOMINGO
8:45-Documental
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
12:30-Los H6roes de Hogan
1:00-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
5:30-Festival de Charlie Chaplin
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

LUNES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Muisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-CineHogar
4:00-Inspector Gideon
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Los Lios de Cecil
6:55-Primera Plana
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Show de Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Festival en Madrid
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Chica de C.I.P.O.L.
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias

MARTES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Mlsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventureros del Mississippi
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantineas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Cisate y Veris
6:55-Primera Plana
7:00-Noticias
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Jeric6
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias

MIERCOLES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Aventuras de Bin Tin Tin
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Edgar Wallace
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Arcadio
6:55-Primera Plana
7:00-Noticias
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-Noticias

JUEVES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Aventuras de Bin Tin Tin
12:00-Miisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Los Islefios
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Los Apuros de Tel6sforo
6:55-Primera Plana
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares de Pond's
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Jim West
10:30-Los Intocables
11:30-Noticias

VIERNES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Aventuras de Bin Tin Tin
12:00-Muisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventuras en Alaska
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantineas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Pepito Masito
6:55-Primera Plana
7:00-Noticias
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 Soy Espia
10:30-Viernes con Martinez Blanco
11:30-Noticias

SABADO
10:30-C6micas
11:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Madre es on Convertible
12:30-El Show de los Cinco
1:00-Noticias
1:30-Reprise de Corin Tellado
2:30-Largo Metraje
3:30-Teatro Frances
5:30-Luchar o Morir
6:00-Patrulla de Caminos
6:30-El Superagente 86
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Revista Musical
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
9:30-Laredo
10:30-Pantalla Cinematogrrifica


En Su Pantalla
PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
V:e 7 CRRADO Born Free (AYC) y 1):00 p.m.
Viernes 7___ CERRADO Jesse James vs. The Daltons (AYC) Five Pennies (AYC)
Born Free (AYC) y Beachhead (ADULTOS) y
SAbado 8--- Jesse James vs. The Daltons (AYC) CERRADO Bird Of Paradise (ADULTOS)


Domingo 9--.

Lunes 10.----

Martes 11 --.

Mi6rcoles 12_

Jueves 13----

Viernes 14---


The Group ADULTSO)

The Group ADULTSO)

CERRADO
Adventures Of Robin Hood (AYC)
y Mouse On The Moon (AYC)
Paradise, Hawaiian Style (AYC)

CERRADO


Cast A Giant Shadow (ADULTOS)
Adventures Of Robin Hood (AYC)
y Mouse On The Moon (AYC)
Paradise, Hawaiian Style (AYC)

Summer Love (AYC)

CERRADO
Seven Seas To Calais (AYC) y
House Of Numbers (ADULTOS)


Duel At Diablo (ADULTOS)

Duel At Diablo (ADULTOS)

Beau Geste (AYC)

CERRADO
Funny Face (AYC) y
Dingaka (ADULTOS)
10:00 p.m.
Return Of The Fly (AY)


GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.



Gente en la Noticia


La Sra. Curly McCree es camera en el Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Diablo Heights, una dependencia de la
Direeci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales de la empre-
sa del Canal de PanamA. Comenz6 a trabajar en el Res-
taurante de La Boca, pas6 luego al Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Balboa y finalmente fue trasladada a Diablo
Heights, donde desarrolla un trabajo encomiable. La Sra.
McCree naci6 en la ciudad de PanamA. Curs6 studios
primarios en la Escuela Pedro J. Sosa. Mas tarde sigui6
studios de modisteria en la Escuela Nuestra Sefiora de
Guadalupe. Sus ratos libres los ocupa en asuntos de la
casa y en el aprendizaie del bordado a mAquina y a mano.
La Sra. McCree tiene un hijo en los Estados Unidos,
Mario Antonio Elcock, de 13 afios. Es miembro de la
Sociedad San Pedro de Paraiso cuyos principles prop6-
sitos consistent en discutir los problems familiares, la
educaci6n de los hijos y el trato social con el pr6jimo.
"Todo esto es de positives beneficios para la comunidad",
dice. Hace 2 afios la Sra. McCree fue a la ciudad de
Nueva York en visit que hiciera a su hermana que reside
en Bronx. "Todo me pareci6 distinto a nuestra patria.
Grandes edificios, calls anchas, muchas cosas que visitar.
Habia de todo", dice y agrega: "En PanamA tambien
hay muchas cosas dignas de admiraci6n". En cuanto a su
trabajo con la empresa del Canal manifiesta: "estoy satis-
fecha y me ha ido bien durante mi permanencia aqui".
La Sra. McCree reside en la Calle Jos6 Domingo Espinar
de la ciudad de Panama.


La Sra. Silvia G. de Wint es cocinera Servicios Comunales de la comunidad empresa del Canal de Panami co-
de comidas ligeras en el Centro de de Diablo Heights. Su asocio con la menz6 el 9 de enero de 1941 en el
viejo Restaurante de Diablo Heights
( I y con la construcci6n del Centro de
."Servicios Comunales en Diablo la
Sra. Wint fue trasladada al nuevo
centro donde ha permanecido hasta
el present brindando un excelente
servicio a los clients y gozando de la
simpatia y aprecio de sus compafie-
.I., ros de trabajo. Naci6 en la comuni-
dad de Paraiso, Zona del Canal, y
reside en casa propia en Villa Gua-
dalupe en compaiifa de su esposo
S: Joseph Wint, quien trabaja en omni-
j buses escolares de la Zona del Canal.
-"- MTienen una hija Ilamada Meta de
S..Mitchell que vive en PanamA. La Sra.
de Wint curs6 sus estudios hasta el
octavo grado en la Escuela de Gamn-
. .. boa. En sus ratos libres le gusta coser,
versus programs favorites de tele-
visi6n o planchar. Con respect a su
trabajo manifiesta: "me siento bien
despubs de casi 27 afios de servicio".
La Sra. de Wint recibi6 ya su certi-
ficado de 10 y 20 afios de servicios y
se acerca a los 30 afios cuando reci-
birA tambidn otro certificado. Sus
planes futures son visitar el pr6ximo
afio a Jamaica y conocerla en toda su
extension.


Las exportaciones del Ecuador as-
cendieron a $147.500.000 en 1966,
cifra que establece un nuevo record y
un aumento de 10.2 por ciento sobre
1965.


jHumor!


Gotas de

Junio 10, 1851-En carta personal,
W. H. Aspinwall escribi6 que en
su opinion ninguna inversion espe-
culativa, ni a6n la Compafiia de Va-
pores Pacific Mail, ofrecia tales ga-
nancias para una inversion perma-
nente como las acciones de la Com-
paiifa del Ferrocarril de PanamA.
Junio 11, 1850-El Administrador Ge-
neral de Correos escribi6 a John M.
Clayton que los Estados Unidos
habian pagado $70.585.31 para el
transport del correo a trav6s del
Istmo desde el 13 de marzo de 1850
hasta el 13 de diciembre de 1851.
Junio 11, 1866-William Dennison
escribi6 a D. C. McRuer, del De-
partamento de la Oficina de Co-
rreos, que las fuertes tormentas y
las hostilidades de los indios habian
obligado al Administrador General
a cerrar la ruta terrestre y enviar
todo el correo por la ruta de Pa-
nama.
Junio 12, 1849-El "New York
Herald" anunci6 que los trabajos de
la Pacific Mail fueron trasladados
de Taboga, y de ahi en adelante los
barcos anclarian en Flamenco don-


Historia

de se habian construido dep6sitos,
talleres de carpinteria y de herreria
y carboneras.



SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud expresa.
W. P. LEBER
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
H. R. PARFITT
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de Panama. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
yendo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.


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Julio 7, 1967


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


TIENE 25 ANOS


La Biblioteca Nacional Cumple


La Labor que se le ha Asignado


El 11 de julio de 1942, el Pre-
sidente Ricardo Adolfo de la
Guardia inauguraba la Biblio-
teca Nacional de Panama que
este mes cumple 25 aflos de
fundada.
La Biblioteca Nacional esta-
ba situada entonces en la esqui-
na de Avenida B vy Calle 6., de
la ciudad de PanamA. Era Mi-
nistro de Educaci6n el Dr.
Victor Florencio Goytia y su
primer director fue el distingui-
do historiador panamefio Don
Ernesto de J, Castillero, quien
en uni6n del Subdirector, Lic.
Galileo Patifio, dedic6 sus em-
pefios a acrecentar el patrimo-
nio de la naciente biblioteca
que contaba con s6lo los 10.000
voliimenes que formaban la
Biblioteca Col6n, la uinica bi-
blioteca p6blica con que con-
taba PanamA, y que era soste-
nida por el Municipio capita-
lino desde 1892.
Hoy la Biblioteca Nacional
es una entidad sumamente com-


pleta y modernamente organi-
zada, que cuenta con una canti-
dad de volumenes que se acerca
rApidamente a los 100.000.
Desde su inicio, y bajo la di-
recci6n de sus subsecuentes di-
rectores, Lie. Galileo Patifio,
Lie. Aurora Corro, Profesor Bo-
nifacio Pereira, Lie. Ana Maria
Ja6n, y actualmente, bajo la di-
recci6n por segunda vez del
Lie. Galileo Patifio, la Biblio-
teca Nacional de PanamA ha
ido agrandandose y extendien-
do su influjo cultural a todas
las Areas de la ciudad de Pa-
namA y luego, a todos los sec-
tores de la Repsiblica.
A partir de la fundaci6n de
[as Bibliotecas Populares Muni-
cipales "Eusebio A. Morales" y
"Manuel Jos6 Hurtado", en
1953, y la de San Francisco de
la Caleta y "Narciso Garay" en
Betania, en 1954, debidas al es-
fuerzo del Profesor Bonifacio
Pereira, se ha adelantado un


grann trecho. En la actualidad
existen 153 bibliotecas en toda
la Repuiblica, dependencias di-
rectas de la Biblioteca Nacio-
nal, atendidas en su inmensa
mayoria por maestros, en forma
voluntaria.
El Licenciado Patiflo, quien
ha imprimido en gran parte el
tremendo impulso que actual-
mente lleva la Biblioteca Na-
cional, declara que ha contado
en todo moment con la cola-
boraci6n del pueblo panamefio
y de las juventudes Avidas de
saber, y agradece especialmen-
te la colaboraci6n del Canal de
PanamA y de las comunidades


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militares de la Zona del Canal, En el pleno coraz6n de la ciudad de Panami estA el edificio principal de la
especialmente del Club de es- Biblioteca Nacional. Alli funciona desde hace 7 aflos y desde alli irradia su
posas de Oficiales de Fuerte influencia hacia todos los rincones de la Repiblica. En los cuatro pisos del
Clayton, que ban hecho possible edificio estin todas las dependencias principles, desde una hemeroteca y
]aynque nan de O mod o ^modernos laboratories de fotografia, hasta el Departamento de Extensi6n,
la adquisici6n de un modemo cuya responsabilidad es la de mantener las 153 bibliotecas sucursales que
"bibliob6s", que llevarA las operan en todo el pais. El Lie. Galileo Patifio, director de la biblioteca, es
fuentes del saber hasta los el nervio impulsor de todas las operaciones de la instituci6n. Actualmente
rinones m apartados de ha mprendido una campana, que ya se extiende a todos los rincones de la
rincones epbica, para lograr que la Biblioteca Nacional tenga un edificio moderno,
Panama. adecuado y completamente funcional.


En este edificio, situado cerca del Palacio Presidencial de Panama funcion6
durante mis de 18 afios la Biblioteca Nacional de PanamA. En ese tiempo,
y a pesar de lo reducido del local, fue el centro de la vida cultural de la
Republica. En los auios en que Don Enrique Jim6nez era Presidente de la
Rep6blica, todos los dias en la mariana se podia ver al Primer Magistrado de
la Naci6n leyendo los peri6dicos en el sal6n principal de la biblioteca.


El Lic. Galileo Patifio, director de la
Biblioteca Nacional, revisa uno de los
preciosos manuscritos de la biblioteca
teniendo al fondo el retrato del pri-
mer director de la Biblioteca Nacio-
nal de PanamA, Don Ernesto de J.
Castillero, quien es uno de los mAs
prominentes historiadores que ha te-
nido la Republica. AdemAs del Pro-
fesor Castillero y del Lie. Patifio, han
dirigido la Biblioteca Nacional de Pa-
nam6r, en su orden, la Lie. Aurora
Corro, el Profesor Bonifacio Pereira
y la Lie. Ana Maria Jaen. Todos ellos
dedicaron sus esfuerzos a dear la
Biblioteca Nacional de Panami a la
altura de las mejores del mundo.


El CapitAn Juan Benitez, a la dere-
cha, del Ej6rcito de Estados Unidos,
da las 1ltimas instrucciones a obreros
panamefios que transformaron un ca- n San Franc
mi6n military en biblioteca rodante
para servir a las Areas mAs apartadas o c d
de la Repiblica de Panama. El Capi-
tan Benitez fue nombrado Oficial del OIcC IOn I
Proyecto "Bibliob6s", patrocinado
por el Comando Sur de Estados Uni- Los coleccionistas de monedas de
dos y hecho realidad por medio de la Panama y de la Zona del Canal es-
colaboraci6n del personal civil en tan recibiendo en estos dias las Pri-
sus horas libres y del Club de Espo- meras Emisiones de seis monedas que
sas de Oficiales de Fuerte Clayton. Se fueron ordenadas el afio pasado a la
espera hacer entrega de la biblioteca Paramount International Coin Corp.,
radante el 11 de julio, cuando la Bi- de Dayton, Ohio.
blioteca Nacional de PanamA cumpla La acufiaci6n de las 12.701 Prime-
sus 25 ailos. Varias personas traba- ras Emisiones fue hecha en la Oficina
jaron durante sus horas libres hacien- de Ensayos de San Francisco para el
do los anaqueles y estantes de la bi- Gobierno de Panama y son las prime-
blioteca rodante, lo mismo que el pe- ras de ellas que el Gobierno de Es-
quefio saloncito de lectura que habrA tados Unidos ha efectuado para un
dentro del vehiculo. Una escalera pais extranjero. Ademans son las pri-
darf acceso director al espacio de lec- meras hechas en la Casa de la Moneda
tura y existe el proyecto de adaptarle de San Francisco para cualquier pais,
en el future un alero especial, para inclusive los Estados Unidos. Este
acomodar a un nimero mayor de lec-
tores, protegiendolos del sol y espe-trabao ha sido cho antes solamente
cialmente de la lluvia. Como se puede en la Casa de la Moneda de Filadelfia.
ver en la fotografia, el vehiculo es Las Primeras Emisiones de PanamA
grande y podrA transitar por today clase contienen 1 Balboa de plata; un '/2
de caminos, ya que estA dotado de Balboa de plata con la base cubierta
double tracci6n. de plata; una moneda de 25 cent6-
simos y otra de 10 cent6simos de cu-
proniquel (aleaci6n de niquel y co-
Las reserves netas de Mdxico al bre), sobre base de cobre; una moneda
final de 1966 eran de $517.400.000, de 5 cent6simos de cuproniquel, y
pese a que el pais pag6 importantes una moneda de 1 cent6simo de bron-
sumas de dinero durante el period ce. Especialmente procesadas para
de julio a diciembre, a fin de cancelar coleccionistas y de acuerdo con las
deudas a corto plazo. normas de acufiaci6n de los Estados


isco Hicieron


Panama- 1966
Unidos, las monedas fueron acufiadas
con un troquel pulido para impartir-
les un terso acabado.
El valor de cada Primera Emisi6n
en la Casa de la Moneda es de $15.
El valor nominal es de $1.91.
Esta acufiaci6n de Primeras Emi-
siones de Panama constitute la tercera
vez que la Direcci6n de la Casa de
la Moneda atiende a Panama. En
febrero de 1966, acufi6 7.180.000
monedas de 25 cent6simos en la Ofi-
cina de Ensayos de San Francisco, y
260.000 de esas mismas monedas en
marzo. Esta fue la primera vez que
la Casa de la Moneda de Estados Uni-
dos acuid6 monedas para un pais
extranjero desde 1963, cuando sus-
pendi6 ese servicio para dedicar sus
instalaciones a la acufiaci6n de los
Estados Unidos. En 1967, fueron acu-
niados 1.006.000 medios Balboas y
1.030.000 monedas de 10 cent6simos.
La morkeda de 50 centavos de d6lar
acufiada para conmemorar la inaugu-
raci6n del Canal de PanamA y la
Exposici6n Internacional de PanamA
y el Pacifico, en San Francisco, fue
acufiada en la Oficina de Ensayos de
San Francisco.


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Julio 7, 1967


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Alumnos de la Escuela Sime6n Conte de la ciudad de Penonom6, capital de la Provincia de Coce, visitaron las
Esclusas de Miraflores el miercoles 21 del corriente, como parte de un recorrido por los puntos de interns en la
Zona del Canal, incluyendo una travesia parcial por el Corte Gaillard en la lancha "Las Cruces". Un total de
2.210 alumnos de 20 escuelas de la Rep6blica de PanamA, incluyendo 5 del interior del pais, han efectuado 24
giras por el Canal de PanamA desde que comenzaron las classes en la Repuiblica de PanamA en el mes de abril
hasta el present. De la ciudad de PanamA han venido 1.255 alumnos y del interior 955.


El Gobernador ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
vieron Certificados por Desempefio
Superior.
John M. Eberenz, que obtuvo el
indice acad6mico y manual mas alto
en la clase de 1967, habl6 a nombre
de sus compaileros.
Los 31 aprendices que se gradua-
ron esta mariana son:
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Division Industrial
Robert E. Blades, soldador; Per-
cival E. Dale, Jr., calderero; Edwin
Farrell, aparejador; Carlos A. L6pez,
mecAnico tornero; Carlos A. Myrie,
mecAnico diesel; Merton U. Oglivie,
armador de buques; Luis A. Pringle,
mecAnico tornero; Philip D. Sanders,
mecAnico tornero; Terani 0. Simons,
mecAnico tornero; Wilfred M. Smith,
constructor de buques; Norman G.
Thomas, constructor de botes; y Carl
C. Townsend, soldador.
Division de Esclusas
Robert H. McConaughey, electri-
cista; Waldo B. Gilley, Jr., mecAnico
torero; y Jerome E. Steiner, Jr., elec-
tricista.
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALES
Division de Ferrocarril
Albert Clarke, electricista, y Keith
E. Green, vagonero (acero y madera).
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Divisi6n de Electricidad
Paul F. Ebdon, operario de plant
generadora de energia el6ctrica; John
M. Eberenz, operario de plant ge-
neradora de energia el6ctrica; Wins-
ton H. Forde, electricista de tel6fo-
nos; Donald L. Keller, empalmador
de cables; y William C. Kirkland,
empalmador de cables.
Division de Dragas
Richard V. Chin, electricista; Ran-
dall L. Deakins, electricista; Gregorio
Moreno H., soldador; y Norman W.
Watkins, electricista.
Division de Mantenimiento
Terrel C. Deakins, plomero;
George L. Hibbert, planchista; y Ro-
land S. Josephs, mecanico tornero.
CUERPO DE INGENIEROS
Fuerzas del Ejercito del
Comando Sur
Eric C. Clave, empalmador de ca-
bles, y Clarence C. Greenidge, meci-
nico de refrigeraci6n y acondiciona-
miento de aire.


H. H. Vickers es Decano . .


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Leonard S. Grant, Pintor, Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento, sector Pacifico: 30 aios,
9 meses, 15 dias.
Stanley M. Hamilton, Subgerente de Alma-
cen, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector AtlAn-
tico: 19 arios, 3 mess
Justiniano Herrera, Marinero, Divisi6n de
Dragas, sector Pacifico: 32 ainos, 8 me-
ses, 24 dias.
Lionel Joseph, Operario de Maquinaria,
Division Industrial, sector Atlantico: 40
afios, 7 meses, 20 dias.
Charles A. Lee, Inspector de Aduana, Di-
visi6n de Aduanas, sector Pacifico: 21
afios, 7 mess, 26 dias.
Henry E. Lewis, Primer Capataz Pintor,
Division Industrial, sector Atlantico:
33 aios, 1 mes, 9 dias.
Eloy Lozano, Pintor de Mantenimiento,
Division de Dragas, sector Pacifico: 26
aies, 9 mess, 13 dias.
Aubrey L. Richardson, Mecinico de Re-
frigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de
Aire, Divisi6n de Mantenimiento, sector
Pacifico: 8 aios 4 mes, 4 meses, 9 dias.
Elizabeth Sudron, Escrutadora de Recla-
mos (General), Divisi6n de Auditoria
General, sector Pacifico: 24 ailos, 3 me-
ses, 3 dias.
Hubert H. Vickers, Subjefe Oficinista, Di-
visi6n de Ferrocarril, sector Pacifico:
42 aios, 3 meses, 20 dias.
Carl A. Yarbro, Operario de Esclusas (Ma-


JULIO, MES DE
(Viene de l
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Oficina del Director y Divisi6n de Medi-
cina Veterinaria, Sra. Marcia Davidson,
president divisional; Hospital Gorgas: Sra.
S. I. N. Frampton, Juan Fagette; Hospital
de Coco Solo: James E. Agee, Dr. William
Wynne, Sra. Florence C. Kellagher; Ilos-
pital de Corozal: Sra. Wanda Snow, Victor
Schloss; Hospital de Palo Seco: Srta.
Gladys Arauz, Alexander Webster; Medi-
cina Preventiva y Cuarentena, Sra. Jeanne
Goodman; Divisi6n de Sanidad: Richard
A. Williams, Raymond G. Bush.
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Oficina del Director, Sra. Ethel Brown,
president divisional; Divisi6n Industrial,
Sra. Patricia Flores; Jefe, Divisi6n de Es-
clusas, Lee Kariger; Esclusas de Miraflores,
Sra. Henrietta Winklosky; Esclusas de
Pedro Miguel, Sra. Martha McGee; Esclu-
sas de Gatin, Alfonso Rowland; Capitania
del Puerto de Crist6bal, Sra. Myrtle
Hughes.
DIRECTION DE PERSONAL
Oficina del Director, Srta. Virginia
Keller, president divisional; Ramo de Cla-
sificaci6n y Salario, Walter Bottin; Ramo
de Servicios a Empleados, Sra. Amelia C.
de Jenkins; Ramo de Empleo y Coloca-
ci6n de Empleados, Sra. Evelyn Farbman;
Secci6n de Archivos Personales-Ramo Ad-
ministrativo, Sra. Maria Smith; Ramo de
Personal de Crist6bal, David A. Hope;
Personal Encargado de la Utilizaci6n y
Capacitaci6n de Empleados, Sra. Frances
Arnold; Personal de Adiestramiento In-
dustrial, Sra. Birdie Hele; Personal de
Servicio Social, Comunidades Latinoame-
ricanas, Sra. Georgina C. de Young.
DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Oficina del Director, Srta. Mary Orr,
president divisional; Divisi6n de Abastos:
Oficina del Gerente General, Henry G.
Fergus, J. N. Alleyne, C. E. Gerald; Sec-
ci>n de Edificios y Equipo, C. E. Gerald;
U(nidades del Ramo de Almacenaje: Edifi-
cio NO 5, Balboa, E. Francis; Edificio N9
19, Balboa, K. L. Harris; Edificio N9 42,
Balboa, E. Williams; Edificio N 78, Bal-
boa, C. M. Francis; Edificio N9 5086, Cris-
t6bal, P. Alexis. Divisi6n de Servicios Co-


quinaria Levadiza y Portitil), Divisi6n
de Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 24 afios,
2 meses, 1 dia.
Los siguientes empleados se jubi-
lan en julio pero recibieron sus cer-
tificados de jubilaci6n en junio por
su partida del Istmo:
Robert C. Carter, Capataz Operario de Es-
clusas (Maquinaria Levadiza y Portaitil)
Division de Esclusas, sector Pacifico:
33 aios, 9 meses, 20 dias.
Joseph S. Leiby, Capataz MecAnico Tor-
nero, Divisi6n de Mantenimiento, sec-
tor Pacifico: 17 afios, 2 mess, 22 dias.
Joseph A. Orvis, Capataz General (Empal-
me de Cables y Distribuci6n de Elec-
tricidad), Divisi6n de Electricidad, sec-
tor Pacifico: 20 arios, 1 mes, 12 dias.
Samuel Roe, Jr., Policia Raso, Divisi6n de
Policia, sector Pacifico: 32 afios, 1 mes,
21 dias.
Edward E. Albin, Teniente, Cuerpo de
Bomberos, Divisi6n de Bomberos, sec-
tor Pacifico: 36 afios, 6 meses, 29 dias.
Agnes E. Hannigan, Secretaria Esten6gra-
fa, Divisi6n de Estudios sobre Canal a
Nivel, sector Pacifico: 27 afios, 11 mess,
2 dias.
Ben F. Smith, PrActico del Canal, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n, sector Pacifico: 14 afios,
7 meses, 1 dia.


CAMPANA...
a pdgina 1)
munales: Balboa Heights, Sra. Anne Law-
son, Sra. Niza DeMartis; Crist6bal, Donald
Ponder, Sra. Audra Dougan; Anc6n, L. A.
Pennycook; Casa de Hu6spedes Tivoli,
K. E. Frauenkeim. Division de Abastos:
Centro de Servicios Comunales de Bal-
boa, Sra. Mary E. Brown; Cafeteria de
Balboa Heights, Srta. Enid Hall; Centro
de Servicios Comunales de Crist6bal, Sra.
Rose W. Parker; Centro de Servicios Co-
munales de Diablo Heights, A. Zapata;
Centro de Servicios Comunales de Gatun,
Sra. Viola Lewis; Centros de Servicios
Comunales de Santa Cruz y Gamboa, J. R.
Small; Luncheonette del Pacifico, Cleve-
land Roberts; Centro de Servicios Comu-
nales de Margarita, P. J. Bauman; Centro
de Servicios Comunales de Paraiso, L. W
Packer; Centro de Servicios Comunales de
Rainbow City. H. 0. Blackman.


En el Estadio Shea, de los Sera la tercera pelea entire
Mets de Nueva York, serA defi- Ortiz y Laguna, ya que el 10 de
nitivamente la pelea por el titu- abril de 1965 Laguna le arre-
lo mundial de peso ligero entire bat6 el titulo venci6ndolo por
el campe6n Carlos Ortiz, de decision en 15 asaltos en la ciu-
Puerto Rico, y el panamefio dad de PanamA, pero el 13 de
Ismael Laguna, ex campe6n de noviembre del mismo afio, Ortiz
la division. recobr6 la corona imponi6ndo-
El encuentro, promovido por se al panamefio por puntos en
el Madison Square Garden de San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Nueva York, se celebrarA en la


tercera semana del mes de agos-
to pr6ximo, probablemente el
mi6rcoles 16. La fecha defini-
tiva serA escogida en el trans-
curso de esta semana.
Ortiz retuvo su corona el sA-
bado por la noche con una vic-
toria sobre el cubano Ultiminio
Ramos, ex campe6n mundial
peso pluma, por nocaut t6cnico
en el 49 asalto de la pelea sefia-
lada a 15 vueltas que se cele-
br6 ante 16.000 aficionados en
el Estadio Hiram Bithorn, en
San-Juan, Puerto Rico.


VISITANTES DE LA

SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores_ __ 2,554
Esclusas de Gat6n _- __ 470
Las Cruces, Reina Manuelita,
Diana_ ------- 793
Museo_ _-_-___ -_ 37
Jardines de Summit ____- 455
TrAnsitos:
Fairsea_- 350
Southern Cross ----- 1,160
USNS Eaton 280
USNS Dupont 350
Gran Total _____. 6,449


Aumenta la Malaria



En la Zona del Canal


Diez nuevos casos de malaria fue-
ron informados a la Direcci6n de Sa-
lubridad durante el mes de mayo y
catorce mAs durante junio. Tres de
los casos de mayo eran empleados del
Canal, uno de Pedro Miguel que
habia acampado durante varias no-
ches en el Valle de Pedro Miguel,
dentro de la Zona del Canal; el se-
gundo, de Gamboa, habia cuidado de
los caballos despues del anochecer
en el Club de Equitaci6n de Gamboa,
y el tercero, de Col6n, habia pasado
la noche en una aldea del Lago
Gatlin.
Uno de los casos de junior fue un
empleado de Paraiso que habia estado
de visit en Chilibre. Hubo seis casos
procedentes del Area de adiestra-
miento de Fuerte Sherman y el resto
de los casos fueron de dependientes
con contacts en la Repiblica, a ex-
cepci6n de uno procedente de la Base
de la Fuerza Aerea de Howard.
Uno de los casos malAricos de
mayo, concesionario de terrenos en el
Rio Pajal, al oeste de Gamboa, fue
detectado por la Divisi6n de Sanidad
durante los exAmenes de sangre que
se hacen cada 3 meses en las Areas
rurales de la Zona del Canal. La fuen-
te del contagio fue rastreada hasta
Liro, aldea panamefia cerca de la
frontera con la Zona.
Un soldado destacado en Fuerte
Gulick fue otro de los casos de mayo
y un joven de Albrook que cuidaba
su caballo despues del anochecer fue
picado por un mosquito infectado en
esa area. Un mosquito infectado pue-
de scr dejado en el Area por indivi-
duos con malaria que no han sido
tratados y andan de visit o de cace-
ria por esos lugares, durante la noche.
Los cuatro casos restantes de mayo
fueron de dependientes de emplea-


A pesar de que la malaria estA
present' durante todo el afio, la in-
fecci6n aumenta grandemente al
principio de la estaci6n lluviosa
junioro y julio). Por esta raz6n las
autoridades de salubridad de la Zona
del Canal solicitan a los residents
que se cuiden contra los mosqluitos y
la mejor manera de hacerlo es perma-
neciendo en interiores rodeados de
tela metAlica despubs de la caida del
sol.
El numero de casos de malaria tra-
tados en la Zona del Canal aumenta
y lo demuestran las graficas de los
61timos 10 afios. La mayoria de los
casos provienen de fuera de la Zona.
Hubo 27 casos en 1962, y 4, 7, 9 y
29 en los anos sucesivos.
Mel Boreham, entom6logo de la
Division de Sanidad, asisti6 a la re-
ciente Asamblea de Directores de
Servicios de Erradicaci6n de la Mala-
ria de Centro America, Mexico y
PanamA, y de los paises del Caribe,
en Puerto Principe, Haiti. El repre-
sent6 a la Direcci6n de Salubridad
y a la Zona del Canal.
Punto culminante de la asamblea
fue un informed sobre el nuevo Cen-
tro de Investigaci6n MalArica y la
nueva Oficina de Evaluaciones en
El Salvador. Ambas entidades brin-
darAn servicios a todos los paises de
Centro America y el Caribe.



Luis Urrunaga


Y Miguel Riasco


Fueron Ganadores


.-.- -I .aos oe ia Lona del uanal, que viven El campeon peso mosca panamefio
DIRECCION DE ABASTOS Y 0a visitan lugares de la Republica Luis Carlos Urrunaga venci6 por de-
AlmacSn de Balboa: Sra. M. L. Bushell, done la malaria continfla siendo un cisi6n en 10 asaltos al titular vene-
Sra. A. B. Whittingham; Almac6n de Coco problema. zolano de la division, H6ctor Criollo,
Solo, C A. Smith; Almac6n de Gamboa, Esos 10 casos representan la mas en combat que sostuvieron el do-
Garnel W. Campbell; Almac6n de Paraiso,
Sra. Beryl George; Almac6n de Rainbow grande cantidad informada desde mingo por la noche en el tinglado del
City, Sra. Constantina Lawson; Almacen de 1958, cuando la Direcci6n de Salu- Gimnasio Nacional Neco de la Guar-
Calzados de Balboa, Wilfred C. Adams; .
Articulos para el Hogar de Balboa, A. A. bridad supo de 38 casos. El afio pa- dia en la ciudad de PanamA.
Roach; Secci6n Optica de Balboa, Srta. saado so61 hubo site casos durante En una semifinal de 8 asaltos, el
Lilias I. Hurley; Lavanderia de A.\ncn,
C. F. Scantlebury; Panaderia de Mount mayo. epiil colonense del peso ligero Ro-
Hope, Roy Carter; Planta de Elaboracion Hubo 13 casos en junior de 1966. berto Trottman, super por puntos al
de Leche, de Mount Hope. II. A. Mason: La marca par se durant los dampen ligro e N icragua, Efrain
Cuarto Frio de Corozal, Preston MrBar- -l marca para ese ies ra campe6n ligero de Nicaragua, Efram
nette; Almac6n de Mount Hope, Arthur ultimos 10 afios, fue de 47 casos en L6pez Galeano.
Dale. 1957. Mientras tanto en la Arena de
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT Y
TERMINALES Col6n, el peso gallo Miguel Riasco
Oficina del Director, Sra. Mary Urey, R. J K1 OX venci6 fAcilmente por decision en 8
president divisional; Divisi6n de Ferro- * asaltos al colonense Ernsto Marcel,
carril: Lado Atlantico, Srta. Sofia Yhap, (f\lnd en p Igina 1)nstaa onesa forma sut 10a
G. J. Herring; Lado Pacifico, R. C. Daniel, ( 1 ia p na 1) cnquistando en esa forma su 1W
F. R. Call, R. E. Pase, C. K. Lambert, Jr., rita v asisti escuclas de la Zona del victoria consecutive como professional
B. Dorfman; Division de Terminales: Ladou n es
Atlantico, G. R. Fruth, K. Maloney, Gilbert ( aCl (it Cristlbal y Balboa. Desde y arrebatando el invicto a Marcel,
Chase; Lado Pacifico, W. B. Hunninutt, I192 sh(i cn cl Ejircito de Estados quien lo habia vencido antes cuando
J. E. Ramsay, Clyde Lashley; Divisid6n do
Transport a Motor: Lado AtlUti,,t, itnidso y desde hacc 6 meses estA en ambos eran aficionados.
Claude Bellamy; Lado Pacifico. GCerg, \Viet Nain con la Companiia 98 de Los dos programs de boxeo regis-
Black; Divisin d Transport Martiotraron lenos completes
Oficina de Nueva Orleans, Dora Graffignia. amnlcnimiento de Equipo Liviano. traron llenos completos.


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