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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: May 3, 1968
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 )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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: VID00663
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 Gift ofthe Panama Canal useum





Spillway


Vol. VI, No. 46 vore Than u i eari s ofu erv



Gov. Leber Bids Farewell


To 72 Retiring Employees


People are the key to any organi-
zation-and the Panama Canal hates
to see its trained personnel go, Gov.
W. P. Leber told a group of 40 or
more of the 72 employees who
retired from Canal service at the
end of April.
In a ceremony Monday afternoon
in the Board Room of the Administra-
tion Building at Balboa Heights,
Governor Leber thanked the veteran
employees for their years of service
and told them that it was due to them
and other devoted employees of their
type that the Panama Canal was able
to operate at top efficiency at a time
when the number and size of ships
were increasing every day.
Remarking that nearly every ele-
ment of the Canal organization was
represented, the Governor said he
noticed that several retiring em-
ployees were teachers from the Divi-
sion of Schools. But he added, nearly
every employee has been a teacher
at one time or another, helping
younger people to learn their jobs
and helping other employees to take
their places.
Wherever you go after retirement,
he said, you will find that the Panama
Canal has a reputation as a fine orga-
nization and is doing a good job-
not only for the United States but for
the world. This should be a source of
satisfaction to all of-you for you haye
been responsible for this reputation.
Governor Leber then handed out
the retirement certificates, congra-
tulated each employee, who also re-
ceived the congratulation of the
director of the bureau in which he
worked.
Those who retired from Canal
service in March and April, with
their position titles, places of employ-
ment, and years of U.S. Government
service are as follows:
Fred Bailey, Accounting Clerk, Ac-
counting Division, Pacific side: 28
years, 4 months, 23 days.
Charles W. Balser, Accounting Clerk,
Accounting Division, Pacific side:
39 years, 3 months, 24 days.
Antonio Bazfn, Utility Worker, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 12 years,
4 months, 23 days.
Harold C. Blackman, Laborer, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 6 years,
5 months, 6 days.
Harry F. Butz, Supervisory Sanita-
tion Engineer, Maintenance Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 34 years, 9
months, 2 days.
Lawrence W. Chambers, Safety Offi-
cer, Office of Director, Marine
Bureau, Pacific side: 28 years, 1
month, 1 day.
Samuel Cohen, Payroll Systems As-
sistant, Office of the Comptroller,
Pacific side: 35 years, 10 months,
29 days.
Joseph A. Davis, Toolroom Atten-
dant, Locks Division, Atlantic side:
39 years, 8 months, 4 days.
Hubert A. Dawkins, Truck Driver,
Motor Transportation Division,
Atlantic side: 43 years, 11 months,
12 days.
Mois6s de la Pefia, Assistant Post-
master, First-Class Office, Postal
Division, Pacific side: 37 years, 7
months, 9 days.
Mrs. Dorothy D. Douglas, Clerical
Assistant (Typing), Maintenance
Division, Atlantic side: 33 years,
8 months, 17 days.
Daniel M. Eggleston, Supervisory
General Engineer, Engineering
Division, Pacific side: 37 years, 8
months, 3 days.
David E. Emery, Oiler (Floating
Equipment Plant), Dredging Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 26 years, 11
months, 14 days.
Nathan Fleckner, Administrative As-
sistant, Employee Services Branch,
Pacific side: 35 years, 4 months.
Peter U. Forbes, Nursing Assistant
(Operating Room), Gorgas Hospi-
tal, Pacific side: 38 years, 12 days.


Mrs. Frances G. Getman, Chief Dieti-
tian, Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side:
28 years, 3 months, 16 days.
Philip T. Green, Supervisory Train-
ing Instructor (Chief, Industrial
Training Staff), Personnel Bureau:
30 years, 9 months, 1 day.
Walton G. Green, Cargo Checker,
Terminals Division, Atlantic side:
34 years, 5 months, 27 days.
Sherman A. Hammond, Chief Fore-
man, Public Works, Maintenance
Division, Atlantic side: 28 years,
3 months, 2 days.
Mrs. Odessa F. Hearne, Teacher
(Elementary), Schools Division,


Pacific side: 25 years, 4 months,
28 days.
Jos6 I. Herrera, Garbage Collector,
Community Service Division, Pa-
cific side: 27 years, 11 months,
20 days.
Halstead C. Hodgson, Deckhand
(Boatswain), Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 30 years, 9 months,
22 days.
Mrs. Myrtle P. Hughes, Supervisory
Timekeeper, Navigation Division,
Pacific side: 20 years, 2 months,
17 days.
Charles W. Hummer, Architectural
(Continued on p. 4)


. --' .- -"" .

Milton Canham, who has just retired as electrical engineer in the Engineering
Division, built this trailer in which he and his family will live on their way
to the United States. The trailer is equipped with all modern comforts,
including radio and television. Waving from the trailer door is Mrs. Hermine
Canham. In the family car are Canham and daughter Mabel, who will help
with the driving.


PC Engineer Builds

Trailer, Goes North


Engineer Milton W. Canham is
the type of man who builds things
to his taste when he doesn't find
something that suits him.
So he himself built the trailer
house in which he and his family are
setting out tomorrow for the United
States.
Canham has just retired as Elec-
trical Engineer in the Panama Canal
Engineering Division.
Motoring to the United States is
an old story for the Canham family.
This will be their third trip by land
from the Isthmus to the States.
The family made its first trip in
1962 in a new Ford Thames. That
was a real experience, Canham re-
calls, because many bridges were
missing along the way and the rivers
had to be forded. He was helped on
the wheel by his son, Milton, Jr. Also
along were his wife, Hermine, who
was born in Cristobal, and their
youngest daughter, Mabel. The Can-
hams' eldest daughter, Cora, is
married and is living in El Paso, Tex.
It took the Canhams 3 weeks that
time to get to Kentucky, where Cora
then resided. They later toured the
United States before returning to
Panama.
Their second trip by car to the
States was in 1966. This time the
family rode in a Rambler station
wagon. On that trip were Mrs. Can-
ham, daughter Mabel, Susan En-
gelke, daughter of Canal Zone Police
Lt. Robert Engelke, and the Can-
hams' canine pet, Princess. This sec-
ond adventure extended into Europe.
The Canhams drove to New York,
embarked aboard the SS France and
disembarked in Le Havre, France.
There they took to the road again


and covered 18,000 miles, driving as
far as Yugoslavia.
Europe was not new to the Can-
(Continued on p. 4)


commercee Friday, May 3, 1968



New Traffic Mark


Is Set for April


With a daily average of 42.6 ocean-
going ships, April traffic through the
Panama Canal hit a new monthly
level. During the 30-day period there
were a total of 1,277 vessels of 300
Panama Canal net tons or more.
This high traffic average was
reached despite the fact that the
Canal operation was curtailed by
locks overhaul in process at Gatun
Locks for most of the month and by
dredging operations necessary in
Gaillard Cut due to the Canal channel
widening project.
The total number of ships put
through the Canal in April was the
highest in history for a 30-day period
and although there were no daily
records, there were 4 days with more
than 50 oceangoing ships transiting
in a 24-hour period.
At the end of the month, the Ma-
rine Traffic Control reported that the
number of ships ready and awaiting
transit following the Gatun overhaul
and the delay caused by dredging in
the Cut, had been reduced to 16,
traffic was expected to be current by
Friday.


Julius Grigore, Jr,
Has Article Published
The April 1, 1968, issue of U.S.
Transport News carries an article by
Capt. Julius Grigore, Jr., Assistant
Chief Industrial Division, entitled,
"The Great Lakes for all Seasons."
It essentially express his findings and
views as to why the Great Lakes
should be ice freed by the year 2000,
and the immense benefits that could
accrue to the world if this engineer-
ing feat were accomplished.
This has been a subject Captain
Grigore has home studied for the past
8 years, and which started while he
was in the Great Lakes region with
the U.S. Army Engineers, Detroit
District as Chief, Plant Branch.


New Girl Scout Advisor


Hopes To Build Ranks

Olivia E. Dorman, new Field
Advisor of the Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council, hopes to introduce new
ideas to make Scouting more inter-
esting to the girls currently enrolled
in the program, while attracting new
members to the ranks of the Isth-
mian Brownies, Girl Scout, and
Cadettes.
In her newly-created post, Mrs. ,
Dorman will assist Miss Trudy
Owens, Executive Director of the >
Girl Scouts, in keeping pace with the
changing needs of the various Scout-
ing districts in the Canal Zone.
A native of Los Gatos, Calif., Mrs.
Dorman attended Vassar College in '
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., where she was
on the Dean's List for 3 years. She
graduated Magna Cum Laude with '
the Class of 1967, with a bachelor .
of arts degree, majoring in French.
During her college career, Mrs. Dor- ,
man was a member of the Owl and
Torch Society, the Newman Club .
and was the Junior Class representa-
tive for her dormitory. She had pre- ,
viously worked during summer vaca-
tions as a tutor in French and Latin.
Mrs. Dorman currently lives in '
Panama City with her husband, Lt. -
Clive Dorman, a meteorologist with
(Continued on p. 4) Olivia E. Dorman


Included in the traffic during the
month of April were 19 ships with
beams of more than 100 feet. Some
of these included such giants as the
P&O passenger liner Canberra, the
848-foot Rinda, the 835-foot San
Juan Pathfinder, and 823-foot Vest-
fold.


New Cookbook

Goes on Sale

For Charity

A new cookbook that is symbol of
friendship and understanding existing
between the members of the Medical
Wives Societies of Panama and the
Canal Zone has been published and
is now on sale.
Through the combined efforts of
the members of the two societies,
"La Cocina de Panama" offers more
than 200 recipes written in Spanish
and English. One section contains
typical dishes of Panama. But also
included are such exotic recipes as
"baurek" a favorite Turkish dish of
Mrs. Mary Raymondo; chicken curry
in pinapple shells by Mrs. Caroline
Adair; and paella Panamanian style
by Mrs. Georgina C. de Young.
The book is illustrated with market
scenes of Panama done by Mrs. Elva
Fairchild, noted local artist. Proceeds
from the sale of the book will go to
assist the maternity section of the
Santo Tomrs Hospital and to provide
a scholarship for a youngster of a
low income family.
They may be obtained at $3 a
copy by calling Mrs. Frank Baker,
telephone 87-2487; Mrs. Elbert
Oldon, Balboa 6304; or Mrs. Maud
de Canavaggio, Panama 4-1793. (See
photo in Spanish section.)


Pyrotechnist Needed
Know what a variegated, 9-inch
star shell is?
If you do, the Panama Canal
Information Office would like to
talk to you because you probably
know all about fireworks.
Experienced pyrotechnists are
needed to handle the Fourth of
July fireworks displays on the
Pacific and the Atlantic sides.
Anyone with this type of expe-
rience who would like to volun-
teer his services is asked to con-
tact Mr. Frank Bright, Public
Affairs Assistant, in the Panama
Canal Information Office, Admin-
istration Building, Balboa Heights.
Or, give him a call on 2-1477 or
2-2611.


Last Week's Visitors


Miraflores Locks---
Gatun Locks _--...
Summit Gardens -
Miraflores Purification
Plant
Las Cruces, Grayling,
partial transits, 9
Ship transits:
Iberia
President Roosevelt
Ellinis ..
Grand total


1,676
386
325

28

595

600
178
1,500
5,288


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


May 3, 1968


WiE _----_ Scouts To Compete



SI In First Aid Meet


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It was a protest party the other day at the Ancon Play- the playgrounds and gymnasiums since 1943 when they
shed when Lilybel Kariger, popular playground di- were part of the Clubs and Playgrounds. She has been
rector, retired. Students and parents treated Lilybel recreation specialist at Gatun, Cristobal and since 1953,
to a party which included refreshments, games, gifts, at Ancon. Her husband Lee Kariger, Administrative
and signs saying "Don't Leave." Mrs. Kariger, a long Officer at the Locks Division at Pedro Miguel, also
time resident of the Canal Zone, has been employed with retired this month.


SUNDAY, MAY 5
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-Sunday Playhouse:
"North to Alaska"
4:00-Discovery
4:25-Pro Bowlers Tour
5:35-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
6: 00-Chronicle
6:40-College Bowl
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Ed Sullivan Show
9:00-Canadian Travel Film
9:15-Saga of Western Man:
"Venice: City in Danger"
10:05-Biography
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Lite
11:20-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, MAY 6
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"My Little Margie"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Secret of Convict Lake"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Roy Acuff's Open House
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Happening '68
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Carol Burnett Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Androcles and The Lion"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Crossroads



CZC Club Luncheon

To Be Held Tomorrow

The annual spring luncheon of the
Canal Zone College Club will be held
12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Roose-
velt Room of the Tivoli Guest House.
After lunch, the club scholarship
award will be presented and new
officers will be installed.
Serving on the planning committee
for the luncheon are Mrs. D. J.
Paolucci, chairman, Mrs. Robert S.
Herr, Mrs. M. Wayne Foscue, and
Mrs. Carl J. Browne.




Spillway


Deadlines
Material intended for publica-
tion in THE SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent material
can be received and processed
for use the same week as late
as noon Tuesday. Mail material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


TUESDAY, MAY 7
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"My Favorite Martian"
(Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Secret of Convict Lake"
5:30-Animal Secrets
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Profile
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Jerry Lewis Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Hollywood Palace
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Slattery's Hurricane"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Headlines

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Discovery"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Secret of Convict Lake"
5:30-A Quest for Certainty
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Vietnam Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"The Belle of 14th Street"
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Mike Douglas Show
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Dennis Day


THURSDAY, MAY 9
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Dennis Day" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Secret of Convict Lake"
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Bob Cummings Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Bonanza
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Joey Bishop Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Secret of Convict Lake"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-"Coronado 9"

FRIDAY, MAY 10
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Coronado 9"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Secret of Convict Lake"
5:30-Flying Fisherman
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Air Force News Review
No. 145
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Jonathan Winters Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"The Young Lovers"
10:40-Focus on Today
11:00-My Little Margie (Repeat)

SATURDAY, MAY 11
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
2:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:30-Parade of Sports
5:05-Wrestling From Hollywood
6:25-Movie Marquee Weekend '68
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"The Seekers"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Lawrence Welk Show
9:00-To Be Announced
9:15-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Late Movie:
"When Thief Meets Thief"


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Fivoll Topics

ITALIAN NIGHT
ISALUTI, CARISSIMI! The time
has come to you to say goodby for a
while to our famous Italian Night...
Don't be sorry because it is just until
September. The menu for Monday,
May 6, includes: chicken tetrazzini
with spaghetti, spaghetti with meat
sauce, Italian salad, garlic bread,
relish tray, assorted pastries, bever-
ages.
Call 2-2111 and make reservations
for any one of our three convenient
seatings: 5:30, 6:30, or 7:30 p.m.
Adults $1.50; and children 10 and
under, $1.
SUNDAY BRUNCH
This Sunday's Brunch will be the
best way to start the day. The menu
for Sunday, May 5, includes: Assorted
fruit and juice trays, dollar pancakes,
syrup, honey, eggs benedict, German
fried potatoes, grilled sausage links,
grilled bacon, deep fried chicken
livers, assorted dry cereals, buttered
toast, cinnamon toast, jam, jelly,
assorted coffee cakes, blueberry
muffins, coffee or tea. Brunch is
served at the Roosevelt Room from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults, $1.50; and
children, $1.


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awards ceremony to follow. Each
troop will be awarded a ribbon based
on the average scores of their patrols.
Meet emblems will also be given to
the first 180 scouts entered.
Scoutmasters have been sent com-
plete details on the meet and patrol
leaders should check with them on
various procedures to be followed.
The general public, parents, and cub
scouts are invited to attend.
All scouts are reminded to bring a
bag lunch and soft drinks will be
sold by members of the Order of the
Arrow.


The annual First Aid Meet of the
Canal Zone Council, Boy Scouts of
America, will be held Saturday,
May 11, 1968, in the bohio picnic
area of Albrook AFB beginning at
9 a.m.
Each boy scout troop in the coun-
cil is eligible to enter patrols in the
meet. Patrols must have at least four
members present in order to take
part and be scored. Each patrol must
have certain first aid items to give
aid to the victims. Scoutmasters have
a list of needed items to render
first aid.
The meet will be under the direc-
tion of the medical experts from the
Air Force Academy at Albrook AFB.
Scouts are urged to be prepared for
such events as: electrocution, broken
arm, broken leg, burns, deep cuts,
sprained ankle, snakebite, head in-
jury, etc. Scouts will be scored on
their ability to determine the injury
and treat it with proper methods.
Each troop with patrols entered in
the meet must have an adult at the
meet for the entire period of the
meet. The schedule calls for the
meet to end at 2:20 p.m. and the


At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,
May 4, 1968

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:00, 8:30 p.m.-Mon.-
Tues., 4:00 p.m.-The Restless Ones
(AYC)
Mon., 7:30 p.m.-The Fearless Vampire
Killers (ADULT)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Kaleidoscope (ADULT)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Chuka (ADULT)
Fri., 6:30, 8:30 p.m.-Lt. Robin Crusoe,
USN (AYC)
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Sat., 6:30 p.m.-The Lonely Gunslinger
(AY)
Sat., 9:00 p.m.-Cosa Nostra (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-105
mins.)-McHale's Navy (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Tony Rome (ADULT)
Tues.-I Thank A Fool (ADULT)
Wed.-Come Fly With Me (AY)
Thurs.-Tunnel Of Love (ADULT)
Fri.-Guns Of Navarone (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-War Of
The Worlds (AY)

GAMBOA0
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Wonderful World
Of The Brothers Grimm (AYC)
Sun.-Luv (ADULT)
Tues.-Tunnel Of Love (ADULT)
Wed.-Tony Rome (ADULT)
Thurs.-The Restless Ones (AYC)
Fri.-Come Fly With Me (AY)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
The Long Ride Home (AY)
Mon.-Notorious Landlady (ADULT)


A reminder: Required attire in the
Two Oceans Bar and Grill (dining
area only) is coat and tie from 6 p.m.
to 10 p.m.


Certificate of Honorary Professor Emeritus is presented by Canal Zone
College Dean, Dr. Donald W. Skinner, to Miss Margaret V. Whitman upon
her retirement from the college. Prior to her retirement April 29, Miss
Whitman, who will continue working through the academic year ending
this month, was chairman of the English-Speech-Drama Department.


Tues.-Tender Is The Night (ADULT)
Wed.-Thurs.-St. Valentine's Day
Massacre (ADULT)
Fri.-Houseboat (AY)
MARGARITA*
Sat., 6:30 p.m.-Navajo Joe (ADULT)
Sat., 9:00 p.m.-Bonnie And Clyde
(ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-88
mins.)-Twist Around The Clock
(AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-The Bible (AYC)
Tues.-Nevada Smith (ADULT)
Wed.-Night Of The Iguana (ADULT)
Thurs.-The Sucker (ADULT)
Fri.-The Wonderful World Of The
Brothers Grimm (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-No Time
For Sergeants (AYC)
GATUN
Sat.-Wild And Wonderful (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-95
mins.)-Hercules vs. The Mongols
(AYC)
Sun.-The Comedians (A-good, Y-mature,
C-no.)
Tues.-The Sucker (ADULT)
Thurs.-Nevada Smith (ADULT)
Fri.-The Lonely Gunslinger (AY)




Special Matinees
-All Films AYC or as Listed ***-
Saturday, May 4, 1968
BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
Room For One More-Cary Grant, Betsy
Drake: Story about a happily married
couple's experiences in raising a family.
(SIT.) (R.) T-101 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
The Delicate Delinquent-Jerry Lewis,
Darren McGavin: The teenage terror
who scares nobody but himself! A riot
of shenanigans that routs the teenage
hooligans! (R.) (Color.) T-106 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Mary, Mary-Debbie Reynolds, Barry Nel-
son: Amusing picturization of the stage
hit of a divorced couple. (SIT.) (B.)
(Color.) AY. T-133 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
The Golden Blade-Rock Hudson, Piper
Laurie: A romantic spectacle set in
exotic times of the Arabian Nights tales.
(R.) (SIT.) (Technicolor.) T-87 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear-Animated
feature. America's favorite comic strip
character is in the movies with his pals,
Boo Boo, Cindy, and all the joy-giving
gang in the Jellystone Park. (R.) (Color.)
T-97 mins.
GATUN
Double Feature-2:00 p.m.
The Little Ones-Dudley Foster, Derek
Francis, Kim Smith: Story of two Lon-
don slum kids who decide to run away
together. Plus: Outlaws Of The Prairie.
T-101 mins.
0A1 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.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


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Las Cruces To Be Taken

Out of Service Briefly
No reservations for the Panama
Canal launch Las Cruces will be
accepted for the period July 15
through July 30 during which time
the vessel will be taken out of service
for annual repair and maintenance
work.
Payments made by organizations
holding reservations during this
period will be refunded.


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May 3, 1968


Page 3


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Prisoners Receive


School Certificates


There were no caps and gowns.
The seven graduates wore plain
white uniforms. With a stenciled
number over thte left breast pocket.
But the pride of achievement was
there just the same. The inmates of
the Canal Zone Penitentiary were
gathered to receive their certificates
after completing the sixth grade level
in a study course administered by the
Schools Division.
There was even a valedictorian.
The articulate young man, serving
time for burglary, thanked police and
school division officials for affording
him and his fellow inmates an oppor-
tunity for self-improvement, to better
equip them for the day when they
rejoin society. For some, it will be
only a few months, for others, a little
longer. One member of the class is
a lifer.
Instituted in 1963, the educational
program follows the same curriculum
as the Canal Zone Latin American
schools. Illiterate inmates are urged
to attend classes until they reach the
sixth grade level.
Ellis L. Fawcett, supervisor of in-
struction, Latin American Schools,
has been the supervisor of the pro-
gran since its inception. Classes are
taught in Spanish by George Hamil-
ton, Wilfredo Layne, and Javier
Diaz. A total of 18 fourth-grade cer-
tificates and 13 sixth-grade certifi-
cates have been awarded since the
school was established.
Presentation of certificates at last
week's commencement exercises was
made by Dr. Charles L. Latimer,
deputy superintendent of schools, and


Pacific Civic Council
Will Meet Wednesday
The Pacific Civic Council will meet
7:30 p.m., May8, at the Balboa Train-
ing Center. One of the items to be
discussed is the proposed leash law
which was brought before past U.S.
Civic Council executive sessions.
Residents with topics of interest
to the Civic Council are urged to
attend the meeting.

Soul Fundation To Play
The Soul Foundation will play for
the action crowd at the Balboa Teen
Club tonight from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
Members are admitted free and non-
members pay a nominal fee. Dress is
casual.


Capt. Donald V. Howerth, warden of
the penitentiary.
The program, attended by Panama
Canal officials and other inmates cur-
rently attending classes, included en-
tertainment by a duet of guitar
players, choral group and a poem by
one of the graduates. The chorus
sang two number-Panama Viejo and
Dominique.
The invocation was given by
Father H. Pascal and the benediction
by Rev. Dennis Josiah.


Robert H. Hughes


Robert H. Hughes

Is Appointed to

Air Force Academy
Robert Hilton Hughes, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hilton F. Hughes of La
Boca and a member of the graduating
class of Balboa High School, has been
accepted for appointment to the U.S.
Air Force Academy at Colorado
Springs, Colo., it was announced by
Gov. W. P. Leber.
Young Hughes was born in Ancon
and has always attended the Canal
Zone schools. He has been active in
athletics and the Boy Scout move-
ment during most of his school years.
For the past 3 years he has been
president of Explorer Post No. 21,
sponsored by the Balboa Union
Church and has taken part in the
annual cayuco race. He is a member
of the High School Varsity football
team and this year was president of
the Lettermen's Club.


"Cheers, Dears," says Martha as she tries to. get the party rolling. Martha
is acted by Donald Pierpoint in the Cristobal Little Theatre play "Who's
Afraid of Virginia Woolf" opening tonight at 8 p.m. in the France Field
Theatre for a 3-night run. Others in the picture are Douglas Maduro as
George; Tom Sherman as Nick; and Lydia Santiago as Honey.



Steps to Safety



In the Kitchen


According to information supplied
by the National Safety Council, more
accidents occur in the kitchen than
in any other room of the house. On
the bright side no room offers more
opportunity to do something about
guarding family safety.
LUCKY NUMBERS
Thirteen is the homemakers lucky
number; there are 13 ways that every
homemaker can use to guard the
kitchen safety of her family and
herself.
Pots and Pans. Because pot handles
sticking out from the stove are easily
knocked over, be sure tc- keep pot
handles turned inward. Keep pot
holders handy, too: a kitchen towel
will protect your hand from heat, but
a towel corner may touch the flame
or element. If a grease fire starts in
a pan, smother it with a metal cover
or pour generous amounts of salt or
baking soda over the fire.
Electrical Equipment. Frayed cords
and worn plugs are a major cause of
kitchen fires, so check yours periodi-
cally. Have safety guards installed on
unused outlets. Make sure you don't
overload your circuits, for electrical
fires are among the hardest to put
out. (If the lights dim when you turn
on an appliance, your circuits are
probably overloaded.)
The Oven. Modern gas and elec-
tric ovens light without matches, but
if your oven does require a match,


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Three Gorgas Hospital physicians were recently pro-
moted from major to the grade of lieutenant colonel,
U.S. Army, in ceremonies held at the hospital. The new
lieutenant colonels are shown with Col. H. Haskell
Ziperman, left, Health Director, and Col. L. M. Jackson,


right, Director of Gorgas Hospital. Left to right are:
Colonel Ziperman; Lt. Col. E. R. Olson, ophthalmologist;
Lt. Col. K. R. Holloman, Chief, Laboratory Service;
Lt. Col. B. T. Po., Chief, Anesthesiology Service; and
Colonel Jackson.


don't turn on the gas until the flame is
there. Make sure the room is well
ventilated.
Matches. Use safety matches, and
store them out of children's reach.
Knives. Store sharp knives in a
high wall rack, beyond the reach of
children. Wash and dry them one by
one, turning the sharp edge away
from your hand, lest you get a
pointed reminder of the mistake.
When cutting, always cut away from
you. For peeling, buy an inexpensive
little gadget -rather than using a
sharp knife.
Dishes. Dinnerware of melamine
is the safest kind. Being virtually
unbreakable, it presents almost no
hazard of sharp-edged broken pieces
in the dishpan or on the floor. It will
withstand the hottest dishwasher
water without damage (caution: other
types of plastics may not). And since
it won't crack, chip or craze (from
tiny cracks in the glaze) there's no
possibility of unsanitary soap or food
particles collecting in it.
Cleaning Fluids. Did you know
that even non-flammable cleaning
fluids are risky? They often give off
poisonous fumes. No matter which
type of fluid you use, be sure the
room is well ventilated. When using
acids or caustics wear rubber gloves,
a protective apron, and goggles if
splashing is possible.
Cupboard Doors. Close them im-
mediately after use. An open cup-
board door is too often the doorway
to a lump on the head.
Towels. Hang them away from the
range to avoid fire. Use them as little
as possible; the most sanitary way to
dry dishes is to let the water
evaporate.
Fire Extinguisher. Keep a fire ex-
tinguisher far enough from the range
so that you'll never have to brave
flames to reach it. Be sure the ex-
tinguisher is the type that puts out
fat fires as well as the ordinary kind.
Your best bet for the kitchen is a port-
able dry chemical fire extinguisher.
WIPE UP SPILLS
Spillage. When water, food, or
grease spills onto the floor, wipe it
up immediately instead of "in a mo-
ment." You probably won't slip on it,
knowing it's there, but someone else
who enters the kitchen may not see it.
Nails and Hooks. When putting
these up, place them where passerby
can't be caught on them. If possible,
hang hooks high enough to avoid
children; your waist level may he
their eye level.
Stools. It lasts a lifetime, cost little


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Bom dia, amigos ...
As they say in Sao Paulo . Did
you know that Hugh Norris was in
the States recently . Dr. John
Lewis aided an injured boy in Cho-
rrera a while back and really im-
pressed the local folks with his con-
trol of the situation . Lou Seldon
checking on the electrical com-
ponents around town . Attention
all you shower-room tenors-Carl
Starke, Vie May, and Neil Belland
are looking for recruits on the Atlan-
tic side to join their Gold Coast
singing group . Did you ever hear
of a movie actor named Bernie
Schwartz?? If so, let us know who
you think he is . .
Then there's the rumor we heard
that Ray Laverty had such a "good"
weekend at Santa Clara that he's
never going back!!! . Who was it
that bought a cup of coffee with
sugar out of the machine in the cafe-
teria, then put three more teaspoons
of sugar in-and actually drank it???
..We'll miss Tuck Hummer and
his tidbits of humor around the coffee
table . And a friend called to
suggest they out a sign n the side
of the dredge Cascadas-"You Call;
We Haul" . .
THIS OUGHT TO DO IT: Hap-
piness is getting the first parking
space in front of the Balboa Post
Office'during the 4 o'clock rush!!!
Those who saw the SS Cristobal
off last week said it looked like a
page of history was leaving the Canal
Zone, what with all the retirees such
as Lee Kariger, Harry Eearl, and
others on board .. .Some of the
commuters on the PRR say that Bill
Zemites even works while going back
and forth from Personnel in Ancon
to Cristobal . Gerry Halsall and
John Hare catching up on the
morning news while waiting for the
train at Balboa Heights . Jim
Roddy is one of those brave souls
who has driven a car back and forth
from here to the States on the Pan-
American Highway. . George Egolf
getting good advice on the benefits
of morning coffee at the Margarita
Clubhouse from "Pappy" Rahn .
SOGGY DOUGHNUT AWARD:
To Ralph Nelson of the Oil Bunker-
ing Section for taking the neighbor's
cat to work with him-and not even
realizing it!!!
Dick Brogie is heading up the
Memorial Day Committee on the
Pacific side this year .. Gale O'Con-
nell is a tough man to beat on the
fairways at Summit . Rick Shapiro
working overtime at Transportation
so we can get to the States this sum-
mer (Thanks, fella!!) . Is Charlie
Brown going to manage another
Champ basketball team this sum-
mer?? . One of the best-liked guys
at MTD in Cristobal is Gilberto
Carranza ..
That's all for this time. Until next
week, keep those contributions
coming to "It's No Secret," Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z. And we thought
we'd pass this one along: The nicest
bedtime prayer any parent can over-
hear is the one where the tiny tot
says-"Thanks to monmmy for all her
care, and thanks to daddy for all his
love, and thank you (od, for Mommy
and Daddy!!" At6 logo, amigos!!

Indian shipping companies acquired
31 vessels with an aggregate tonnage
of 421,162 gross tons, increasing total


to buy, and a sturdy stool may save tonnage to 1.8 million gross tons and
you a nasty fall. When climbing, the number of vessels to 223 during
avoid that little extra stretch. Move 1966. Of the 31 new ships, 8 are bulk
the stool over. That way, your climb- carriers and represent 45 percent of
ing won't be a pain in the neck-or tih new tonnage. Five of the ships
anywhere else. were built in India.







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


May 3, 1968


Nearly 100 years of U.S. Government service is represented by these three
employees who retired recently from the Engineering and Construction
Bureau. They are, left to right: Harry E. Pearl, Chief of the Surveys Branch
with 34 years; Charles Humber, General Engineering Estimator with 35
years; and Milton W. Canham, Electrical Engineering Technician, with
25 years. They are examining checks for $50 each given by fellow employees
at a joint retirement party in the Administration Building.


L. W. Chambers retiring Safety Representative of the Marine Bureau, gets
a black palm walking stick from R. J. Danielson, Superintendent of Atlantic
Locks during a farewell luncheon at the Tivoli Guest House. Chambers,
who has service with the Canal dating back to 1942, also received a superior
service award with a check for $150 from his boss Capt. D. A. Dertien, USN,
Marine Director; and a ship's clock from his fellow workers in the Marine
Bureau. From left to right are Truman H. Hoenke, Chief of the Locks Divi-
sion; Danielson, Chambers, Captain Dertien; Capt. A. L. Gallin, USN, Chief
of the Navigation Division; Walter A. Dryja, Assistant Marine Director;
and George J. Booth, Marine Bureau Safety Representative.



Heads North in Trailer


(Continued from p. 1)

hams. Back in 1958, they had
travelled to the Old World via New
York. They bought a Hillman in
England, shipped it to Dunkirk,
France, and toured the continent,
spending some time with their
daughter, Cora Becker, whose hus-
band was then stationed in West
Germany.
Canham estimates that this third
jaunt to the United States-which
incidentally is starting on his birth-
day-will take 6 weeks. This time
there won't be any rivers to ford
and the family will be driving in
real comfort.
The trailer house built by Can-
ham to his taste has all the comforts
of a de luxe home. He figures it cost
him $7.000.
Built for six, the trailer is equip-
ped with a double bunk, a collap-
sible dining table with seats that turn
into a bed for three, air conditioning,
bathroom, gas range, electric re-
frigerator, electrical outlets, closets,
cabinets, a 75-gallon water tank for
washing, a 20-gallon tank of drink-
ing water, curtains, skylights-every-
thing.
Power for the 23-foot trailer is
provided by two batteries which are
charged by a special generator
hooked to the 1967 Dodge Monaco
hauilng the house on wheels.
The aluminum used for the body
of the trailer was purchased at Hoja-
lateria PanamA, S.A. The equipment
and parts were ordered from the
States.
The Canhams will spend several
days in Costa Rica, where there are
trailer parks. In Nicaragua and El
Salvador they will make arrange-


ments to spend the night parked next
to a service station.
"I never spend the night parked
on the shoulders of the highway,"
Canham says.
There are trailer parks also in
Guatemala and Mexico.
Incidentally, Canham is carrying
insurance coverage for the portion
of the trip through Central America
and a separate policy for Mexico and
the United States.
Relieving him at the wheel this
time will be daughter Mabel, who
was born in Ancon and enrolled in
the Canal Zone College after grad-
uation last year from Balboa High
School. His other children, Mil-
ton, Jr., at present stationed at Jack-
sonville AFB, Ark., and Cora, also
are graduates of Balboa High School.
The Canhams' destination is El
Paso, Tex., where Cora and eight of
their grandchildren reside. They will
drive there by way of Jacksonville,
Chicago, Ill., and Albuquerque,
N. Mex., where Canham's brother,
John, resides.
Canham came to Panama in 1929
after graduation from the Haugan
Electrical School in Chicago. From
1929 until 1950 he was electrical
superintendent at the air depots in
France Field, Curundu, and Fort
Kobbe. Retired by the Army in 1950,
he joined the Canal organization.
He lived for 14 years in Arraijan,
R. of P., where he owned a house.
He built a radio broadcasting station
in Colon which he operated for
several years.
The Canhams aren't saying good-
bye to the Isthnnus. They want to
return and settle here where they
have many friends.


YI" to Sponsor

4th Power Lift
The Armed Services YMCA of
Balboa is sponsoring its fourth annual
"Power Lift" weight lifting tourna-
ment May 10.
This tournament is open to mem-
bers of the U.S. Armed Services and
the regular Balboa YMCA lifters. The
tournament will consist of first and
second prizes for the "Bench Press,"
the "Squat Lift," and the "Dead
Lift." Also there will be a trophy for
the best overall champion of the
meet. The points and scoring will be
determined with the use of the
"Bob Hoffman formula" which will
equalize the weight difference of the
different lifters according to their
weights, and the weights they lift.
The contest will be held in the
Armed Services YMCA Gym in Bal-
boa 7 p.m., with the weigh-ins to
start at 4 p.m.
All of those interested may pick
up entry blanks at the "Y" front desks
and the public is urged to attend.
There is no admission charge.


LAS VEGAS NITE
IS CANCELED
Due to circumstances beyond their
control, members of Social "19" of
Gorgas Hospital announce the can-
cellation of Las Vegas Nite which
had been scheduled for May 4 at the
Jardin Las Vegas in Chilibre.


Robbie Adams

To Be Honored

Robbie Adams, who retires this
week after 30 years with the Division
of Storehouses, will be honored at a
retirement party to be held tomorrow
night at the Elks Club.
Cocktails will be served from 6:30
with a steak dinner to follow at 8
p.m. Also there will be dancing.
Tickets may be purchased at $5 a
person from Pete Lang, 2-3087; Jack
Hunt, 2-2692; or Bob Kreis, 3-1256.
Adams began as a learner (clerical)
in 1937 and is retiring with the posi-
tion of chief, Warehousing Branch,
Division of Storehouses. Adams, his
wife Pat and their son Rob Roy will
make their home in Pass Cristian,
Miss.

DID YOU KNOW . American
males are probably reducing their
life expectancy by as much as 5
years through lack of regular exer-
cise, estimates a Harvard University
nutritionist. The 68.5-year life ex-
pectancy of American males ranks
them 37th among men surveyed inl
other civilized countries. The reason
given for the longer life expectancy
of European males was their more
exercise-oriented habits. (From The
Gorgas Hospital Bulletin.)


(Continued from p. 1)
Engineering Technician, Engineer-
ing Division, Pacific side: 35 years,
6 months, 1 day.
Wilfred W. Irving, Sales Store Clerk,
Supply Division, Atlantic side: 36
years, 9 months, 29 days.
Carlton C. James, Motor Launch
Operator, Dredging Division, Pa-
cific side: 40 years, 9 months, 24
days.
Alton E. Jones, Chief Engineer,
Towboat, Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 41 years, 11 months,
7 days.
A. Paul Jones, Jr., Chief Engineer,
Towboat, Salvage, Dredging Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 26 years, 5
months, 7 days.
John H. Joyner, General Foreman
(Automotive Equipment Repair),
Motor Transportation Division,
Pacific side: 44 years, 4 months,
29 days.
Lee Kariger, Administrative Officer,
Locks Division, Pacific side: 33
years, 1 month, 10 days.
Mrs. Lilybel Kariger, Recreation
Specialist (Sports), Schools Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 24 years, 11
months, 22 days.
Herman H. Keepers, General Fore-
man Electrician (Lineman), Dredg-
ing Division, Pacific side: 35 years,
10 months, 10 days.
Verneel A. Laing, Supervisory Sales
Store Clerk, Supply Division,
Atlantic side: 37 years, 5 months,
20 days.
Luther F. LaMotte, Accounting
Technician, Accounting Division,
Pacific side: 37 years, 4 months,
17 days.
Walter G. Laurie, Chief Foreman,
Terminals Division, Atlantic side:
41 years, 3 months, 18 days.
Norman J. Lewter, Police Private,
Police Division, Pacific side: 31
years, 6 months, 15 days.
Mrs. Maud C. Lindo, Time and
Leave Clerk, Locks Division,
Atlantic side: 26 years, 9 months.
Ibo Llibre, Stevedore, Terminals Di-
vision, Atlantic side: 23 years, 8
months, 15 days.
Donald Mathieson, Chief Engineer,
Towboat, Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 28 years, 2 months,
28 days.
Capt. Cornelius S. McCormack,
Master, Towboat, Navigation Di-
vision, Pacific side: 38 years, 2
months, 10 days.
Melvin F. Millard, Safety Officer,
Office of Director, Engineering
and Construction Bureau, Pacific
side: 24 years, 3 months, 20 days.
Dorildo Miranda, Railroad Trackman
(Mainline), Railroad Division, Pa-
cific side: 8 years, 5 days.
Eladio Montero, Laborer (Heavy-
Cold Storage) Supply Division,
Pacific side: 28 years, 5 months.
Sim6n Morcillo, Deckhand (Boat-
swain), Navigation Division, Atlan-
tic side: 23 years, 4 months, 29
days.
Manuel J. Mozo, Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side: 22
years, 3 months, 16 days.
Mrs. Della J. Noonan, Mail and File
Supervisor, Supply Division, Pa-
cific side: 38 years, 1 month, 19
days.
Joseph Parks, Presser (Dry Cleaning),
Supply Division, Pacific side: 25
years, 4 months, 19 days.
James H. Payne, Bakery Products
Plant Manager, Supply Division,
Atlantic side: 22 years, 3 months,
10 days.


Opening tomorrow at the Balboa Theater for showing Saturday and Sunday
at 2:30, 6:00, and 8:30 and again Monday and Tuesday for especial matinees
at 4 p.m., "The Restless Ones" brings to the Canal Zone a feature picture
of importance. It is important because it vividly shows many of the problems
that face parents and young people today. This production is sponsored by
the Pacific Religious Workers Association and is scheduled later at Paraiso,
Gamboa, Santa Cruz, Rainbow City, and Coco Solo Theaters.


Harry E. Pearl, Supervisory Civil
Engineer (Chief, Surveys Branch),
Engineering Division, Pacific side:
34 years, 4 months, 9 days.
Chester W. Pearson, Police Private,
Police Division, Pacific side: 28
years, 11 months, 7 days.
Mrs. Florence M. Pierson, Super-
visory Accounting Technician, Ac-
counting Division, Pacific side: 32
years, 8 months, 8 days.
Mrs. Teresa Ramos, Utility Worker,
Supply Division, Pacific side: 28
years, 1 month, 23 days.
Stuart L. Reed, Personnel Manage-
ment Specialist, Civilian Personnel
Policy Coordinating Board, Pacific
side: 31 years, 10 months, 18 days.
Tom P. Reed, Towing Locomotive
Operator (Locks), Locks Division,
Pacific side: 32 years, 8 months,
18 days.
Joseph B. Reid, Jr., Truck Driver,
Motor Transportation Division,
Pacific side: 30 years, 5 months.
Sidney A. Richards, Time and Leave
Clerk, Dredging Division, Pacific
side: 41 years, 11 days.
Jesis Rodriguez, Helper Lock Oper-
ator, Locks Division, Pacific side:
48 years, 2 months, 3 days.
Antonio M. Saavedra, Deckhand,
Navigation Division, Pacific side:
25 years, 8 months, 16 days.
Pedro A. SAnchez, Laborer, Com-
munity Services Division, Pacific
side: 28 years, 8 months, 26 days.
Fred F. Schwartz, General Foreman
(Lock Operator), Locks Division,
Atlantic side: 27 years, 6 months,
12 days.
Capt. Richard C. Sergeant, Captain
of the Port, Balboa, Navigation
Division: 30 years, 17 days.
Mrs. Virginia D. Simpson, Statistical
Clerk, Executive Planning Staff,
Pacific side: 26 years, 11 months,
28 days.
George W. Squires, General Foreman
Laborer (Cleaner), Community
Services Branch, Atlantic side: 38
years, 1 month, 2 days.
Charles E. Stepp, Contraband Con-
trol Inspector, Customs Division,
Atlantic side: 36 years, 8 months,
11 days.
James E. Stuart, Supervisory Supply
Clerk, Locks Division, Pacific side:
27 years, 7 months, 22 days.
Lt. Jack C. Sutherland, Police Lieu-
tenant, Police Division, Pacific
side: 33 years, 16 days.
Thomas F. Taylor, Linehandler
(Deckhand), Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 27 years, 9 months,
10 days.
Mrs. Mary B. Turbyfill, Teacher
(Elementary, U.S. Schools), Schools
Division, Pacific side: 25 years, 4
months, 5 days.
Miss Margaret V. Whitman, Assistant
Professor (Canal Zone College),
Schools Division, Pacific side: 24
years, 8 months, 7 days.
Mrs. Henrietta G. Winklosky, Super-
visory Timekeeper (Typing), Locks
Division, Pacific side: 20 years,
2 months, 5 days.
The following were retiring in
May:
Robert A. Adams, Distribution Offi-
cer, Storehouses Division, 35 years.
Milton W. Canham, Electrical En-
gineering Technician, Electrical
Mechanical Branch, Engineering
Division, Pacific side: 25 years,
7 months, and 22 days.


Balboa Woman's Club

Will Hold Luncheon

The Balboa Woman's Club will
hold its annual birthday luncheon
and installation of officers 12:30 p.m.,
May 8, in the Roosevelt Room of the
Tivoli Guest House. Reservations can
be made by calling Mrs. James
Harrell at Balboa 2-1862 or Mrs.
Miguel Sastre, Panama 3-1033. Mem-
bers may bring guests.


New Girl Scout
(Continued from p. 1)
the 5th Weather Wing at Howard
AFB, C.Z.
When asked what she would most
like to achieve as Field Advisor for
the Girls Scouts, Mrs. Dorman sum-
med it up rather neatly by saying:
"I hope to make the girls and their
parents, alike, more aware of the
fact that Scouting is better than ever
-and better Scouts make better
women and citizens. This is the pri-
mary consideration involved in Girl
Scouting today."


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Retirees Lauded








EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Spillway

Vol. VI, No. 46 Mds de 50 Aios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 3 de Mayo de 1968




Esposas de Medicos


K EFectuan Gran Labor


La Sra. Donna Olson, a la izquierda, president de la
Sociedad de Esposas de M6dicos de la Zona del Canal,
entrega a la esposa del Gobernador de la Zona del Canal,
Sra. Bernice Leber, al centro, una copia del libro "La
Cocina de PanamA", en presencia de la Sra. Georgina C.
de Young, president del Club de Esposas de Medicos


J. Grigore, Jr.

Escribe Articulo
La edici6n del 10 de abril de la
revista U.S. Transport News, trae un
articulo escrito por el Capitin Julius
Grigore, Jr., Subjefe de la Divisi6n
Industrial, titulado "Los Grandes
Lagos Abiertos Durante Todas las
Estaciones". En 6l, el Capitin Gri-
gore expresa sus deducciones y pun-
tos de vista sobre el por qu6 los Gran-
des Lagos deberin star libres del
hielo para el ario 2000 y los inmen-
sos beneficios que obtendria el mun-
do entero si esta hazafia de ingenieria
legara a realizarse.


Muchos se Jubilaron


En el Mes de Abril


"Las personas son el element
clave de cualquier empresa-y el
Canal de Panamai lamenta ver que
parta su personal adiestrado", dijo
el Gobernador Leber a un grupo de
40 o mns, de los 72 empleados que
se jubilaron del servicio al Canal a
fines del mes de abril.


Mike Progana

Recibe Llaves

De la Capital
Manuel Progana, operario de ca-
seta de control en las Esclusas de
Miraflores, recibi6 las leaves de la ciu-
dad de Panami y un certificado nom-
brAndolo hijo meritorio del Distrito
Capital, el lunes 29 de abril, en horns
de la noche, en una ceremonial que
se llev6 a cabo en el Gimnasio del
Colegio Javier.
El President del Consejo Munici-
pal de PanamA, H. C. Alvaro L6pez,
llev6 la representaci6n de la Comu-
na Capitalina en este acto, al cual
asistieron various concejales, autorida-
des municipales y gran cantidad de
piublico y amigos personales del
Sr. Progana.
(Continia en la pdc/ina 4.


En una ceremonia que tuvo lugar
el lunes en la tarde, en el Sal6n de
Conferencias del Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n, en Balboa Heights, el
Gobernador Leber agradeci6 a los
que se jubilaban, por sus ainos de
servicios, y les dijo que debido a
ellos y a otros empleados consagra-
dos como ellos es que el Canal de
PanamA puede actualmente trabajar
con mAxima eficiencia, en estos mo-
mentos en que el numero y el tamafio
de las naves aumenta cada dia.
Haciendo hincapid en que casi
todos los elements de la empresa
del Canal estaban representados, el
Gobernador dijo que habia notado
que various de los que se jubilaban
cran macstros de la Divisi6n de Es-
cuelas. Pero, afiadii, casi todos los
empleados han sido maestros alguna
vez, ayudando a los mins j6venes a
aprender sus trabajos y ayudando a
los otros empleados que ahora los
sustituyen.
"Adonde ustedes vayan, clespufs
de jubilarse", dijo, "ustedes encontra-
ran que el Canal de PanamA posee
una reputaci6n de ser una gran em-
presa que esti hacienda una gran
labor no s6lo para Estados Unidos,
sino para el mundo entero. Ello debe-
ra ser fuente de satisfacci6n para


Las presidents del Club de Es-
posas de M6dicos de PanamA y de la
Sociedad de Esposas de M6dicos de
la Zona del Canal, sefioras Georgina
C. de Young y Donna de Olson, vi-
sitaron recientemente a la esposa del
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Bernice Leber con el objeto de entre-
garle una copia del libro "La Cocina
de PanamA"
"La Cocina de PanamA" ha sido
editado recientemente por las arriba
mencionadas entidades, con el fin de
que el product de su venta sirva
para los numerosos proyectos de be-
neficencia que Ilevan a cabo en la
comunidad.
Este libro, que contiene las recetas
de los platillos nativos de PanamA de
mis aceptaci6n, no constitute un
libro mas de cocina, sino que repre-
senta un simbolo de la amistad y
comprensi6n que existe entire los dos
clubs que esperan ayudar a la Ma-
ternidad del Hospital Santo TomAis
y proveer una beca a un estudiante
de escasos recursos econ6micos, con
los fondos que se obtengan entire las
personas que adquieran el libro.
"La Cocina de PanamA" esta be-
lamente editado y adornado por la
artist local Eva Fairchild con dibujos
de escenas que se captain diariamen-
te en el mercado de PanamA. Escrito


El Canal Impone


Una Nueva Marca


Con un trafico promedio diario de
42.6 naves de alto bordo durante
abril, el Canal de PanamA implant
una nueva marca mensual.
Durante el period de 30 dias,
transitaron la via interoceAnica 1.277
barcos de 300 o mas toneladas netas
del Canal de PanamA.
Este alto promedio de transitos se
obtuvo a pesar del hecho de que la
operaci6n del Canal fue obstaculi-
zada por el reacondicionamiento de
las Esclusas de Catun, que se efec-
tu6 durante la mayor part del mes,
y por las operaciones de dragado que
fue necesario hacer en el Corte Cail-
lard, en relaci6n con el proyecto de
ampliaci6n del Corte.
El n6imero total de naves que
transitaron el Canal durante el mes
de abril fue el mAs alto de la historic
del Canal, durante cualquier period
de 30 dias, y a pesar de que no se
impuso ningun record de 1 dia, hubo
4 dias en que transitaron el Canal
mis de 50 buques de alto bordo en
un period de 24 horas.
Al final del mes, el Control de Tri-
fico Maritino inform que el nimero
de naves que esperaban para transi-
tar, luego del reacondicionamiento de
Catuin y la demora causada por el
dragado en el Corte, habia sido redu-
cido a 16. Se esperaba que el trifico
se normalizara para el dia viernes.
Entre las naves que cruzaron el


Dan Diplomas

A Reclusos de

Penitenciaria
No hubo togas ni bonetes.
Los site graduandos Ilevaban uni-
forme blanco con nimeros sobre el
bolsillo izquierdo. Los reclusos de la
Penitenciaria de la Zona del Canal se
reunieron para recibir sus certifica-
dos al terminar sus studios prima-
rios mediante cursos dictados por ]a
Division de Escuelas.
Hubo hasta un discurso de fondo.


Canal de PanamA durante abril, hubo
19 con mangas de mais de 100 pies.
Entre ellas se contaban gigantes tales
como el transatlAntico Canberra, de
la P&O Lines; el Rinda, de 848 pies
de largo; el San Juan Pathfinder, de
835 pies de eslora; y el Vestfold, de
823 pies de largo.


;Importante!
No se aceptarAn reservaciones para
la lancha Las Cruces del Canal de
PanamA, para el period compren-
dido entire el 15 de julio al 30 del
mismo mes, debido a que estarA
fuera de servicio por reparaciones
anuales y otros trabajos que hay que
hacerle.
Los pagos hechos por reservaciones
para este period serin devueltos.


en espafiol e inglis, contiene 200
recetas de los mass deliciosos plates
tipicos panamefios, ademis de comi-
das ex6ticas, como la receta del plato
turco "Baurek", proporcionada por
la Sra. Mary de Raymondo. Tam-
bidn pueden encontrarse las recetas
de plates exquisitos, magnificos para
las fiestas, como el "pollo al curry en
conchas de pifia", de la Sra. Caroline
Adair, y la "paella al estilo pana-
mefio", de la Sra. Georgina C. de
Young.
Una secci6n del libro habla sobre
las frutas y vegetables de PanamA y
las sabrosas chichas de frutas tropi-
cales que hacen las delicias de los
que quieren mitigar su sed bajo
nuestro sol tropical.
"La Cocina de PanamA" ya estau
a la venta. Para conseguirlo se puede
Ilamar a las siguientes esposas de
medicos: Sra. Jane Baker, al tel6-
fono Fuerte Clayton 2487; o a la
Sra. Donna de Olson, tel6fono Bal-
boa 6304, en la Zona del Canal, a la
Sra. Maud de Canavaggio, al tel6fo-
no 4-1793, en la ciudad de PanamA.


Vuelven a Clases

Desde el Martes

Los Estudiantes
Las escuelas primaries y secunda-
rias latinoamericanas abrir'in el lunes
6 de mayo. Todos los maestros, dcsde
el kindergarten al duodecimo grade,
se presentaran a sus escuelas respec-
tivas el 6 de mayo. Las class regu-
lares para todos los estudiantes, in-
cluyendo los alumnos de kinder-
garten, comenzarin el martes 7 de
mayo. Se espera que se matriculen
aproximadamente 2.540 estudiantes.
Se exhorta a los padres que no
hayan matriculado todavia a nuevos
estudiantes que lo hagan en las ofici-
nas de los directors antes del martes
7 de mayo. Deberin presentar cer-
tificados de nacimiento y vacunas al
moment de matricular a sus hijos.
Se admitiri en el kindergarten a todo
nifio que el 19 de mayo o antes haya
cumplido 5 arios de edad. Los nifios
que el 19 de mayo o antes hayan
cumplido 6 arios de edad son elegi-
bles para entrar al primer grado.
Las escuelas funcionarin en Pedro
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Los integrantes del Club Social y Cultural Ever-Ready, de Rainbow City,
entregan una donaci6n a Philip Henry, segundo de la derecha, president
de la Guarderia Infantil de Rainbow City, con el fin de cooperar con esa
obra, que ha venido a lnenar un vacio en dicha comunidad del sector Atln-
tico. De izquierda a derecha: Alfonso Charles, Sra. Viola Thorne, Sra.
Thelma Charles, Sra. Edith Edwards, tesorera del club; el Sr. Henry; y la
Sra. Cynthia Clarke, Directora de la Guarderia Infantil. Los fondos de la
donaci6n fueron obtenidos por medio de una funci6n de cine que patrocinaron
los del Club Ever-Ready.


de PanamA. El libro, con las recetas mis populares de
las comidas nativas de PanamA y que se public en
inglis y castellano, es una obra conjunta de las dos
sociedades, para obtener los fondos necesarios en el
desarrollo de sus numerosos proyectos de beneficencia
que Ilevan a cabo en la comunidad.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 1,676
Esclusas de Gatt'n 386
Jardines de Summit .. 325
Planta de Purificaci6n de
Miraflores ____28
Las Cruces, Grayling,
9 viajes .. 595
Trinsitos:
Iberia 600
President Roosevelt 178
Ellinis __ 1,500
Gran Total. 5,288


(Contin6ia n la pdgina 4) (Continda en la pagina 4)









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Mayo 3, 1968


Gente en la Noticia



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Sr" "- Victor Manuel Ienriquez VAsquez es prensista en la Im-
Sa prenta del Canal de Panama. Entr6 a la empresa del
Canal el 17 de febrero de 1964 tras 17 afios de servicio
como prensista en La Estrella de PanamA. Henriquez
I naci6 en la ciudad de PanamA el 10 de julio de 1929.
1 Curs6 sus studios primaries en la Escuela Manuel Jos6
Hurtado y se gradu6 de tip6grafo en el Hospicio Don
SBosco. Fue tesorero del Sindicato de Tip6grafos de Pa-
P: namA por un period de 3 afios. En la Liga de Softball
Sde los Tip6grafos fue distinguido con el Certificado del
P Jugador mAs Caballeroso. Es casado con la Sra. Guiller-
H fI mina de Henriquez y resident en la Barriada de La Loce-
S' V ria. Tienen tres hijos: Doris Esther, quien trabaja como
secretaria con la firma de abogados Franco y Franco y
asiste a la Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua, donde
se especializa en secretariado ejecutivo; Betsy Leila, que
estudia belleza en el Instituto de la Belleza; y Vic-
tor M., Jr., que esta en cuarto grado en el Colegio San
Agustin. A Henriquez le gusta much ir a la playa con
su familiar, a San Carlos easi siempre, y a veces va al
.. Rio Pacora. Consider que posee un magnifico trabajo,
donde las condiciones magnificas de trabajo van unidas
L al ambiente de gran camaraderie de sus compafieros.


Andr6s Bernardo Swaby es trabaja-
dor de encuadernaci6n en la Impren-
ta del Canal de PanamA, situada en
La Boca. Mafiana complete 4 aiios de
servicio con la empresa del Canal de
PanamA. Anteriormente habia traba-
jado como barbero en la Barberia
Dc Paree en el barrio de San Miguel.
Esta profesi6n la aprendi6 con el
maestro Jose Perez, famoso en el am-
biente de los "figaros" panamefios.
Swaby naci6 en la ciudad de Col6n
el 18 de agosto de 1933. Curs6 sus
studios primaries en la Escuela Re-
p6blica del Uruguay de su ciudad
natal. Los pasatiempos favorites de
Swaby son la musica, el jazz espe-
cialmente, el cine y el boxeo. Cuando
joven, particip6 en various encuentros
de boxeo aficionado. Es admirador de
los boxeadores Ismael Laguna y An-
tonio Amaya. En cuanto al trabajo
que actualmente desempefia mani-
fiesta que le gusta y que aspira ser
prensista; otro de sus suefios es tener
su casa propia.


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Nueva Lisboa Tuvo Breve Existencia Gotas de Historia


En 1603 el Cobernador L6pez de
Sequeira hizo preparativos desde San
Pedro del Montijo para conquistar la
Provincia de Cocl6 y avanzar por los
valles del Duy y el Guaymi, nos dice
el gran historiador panameio Rub6n
D. Carles en su comentado libro:
"CuAndo Fueron Fundados los
Pueblos y Ciudades del Istmo de
Panami".
El Gobernador habia reconcen-
trado tropas provenientes de NatA,
la Villa de Los Santos y Penonom6,
con el pretexto de castigar a los indios
coclds quc robaban y mataban a los
espafioles que naufragaban en sus
costas. Con 200 hombres y otros
indios amigos entr6 L6pcz de Sequei-
ra a la Provincia de Cocld. Recibi6-
ronle los indios en pie de guerra,
pero poco a poco, fueron sometik-n-
Ilose al invasor.
Despu6s dc explorer el Rio Cocld
y reconocer sus yacimientos aurife-
ros, fund la ciudad de Nueva Lis-
boa, al norte de Pcnonom6, que tuvo
efimera existencia. En afios recicn-
tes los exploradorcs tratan de localizar


las famosas minas del Rio Cocl6 y
algunos de ellos han encontrado los
viejos socavones trabajados por los
espafioles de la Colonia, terminal
diciendo Carles.




SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
nmi. 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 Informacion
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en cl SSPILLWVAY 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 sulbscripci6n para otros (inclu-
yendo envio por correo) $2.60 al aio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: Si'II.I.AY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa lreights, Canal Zone.


Noviembre 27, 1904-William H.
Taft lleg6 a Col6n, enviado por el
President Roosevelt, para que lle-
gara a un acuerdo con la Repiblica
de PanamA para el establecimiento
de reglamentos aduaneros en la
Zona del Canal.
Noviembre 27, 1919-Muri6 don Ma-
nuel Espinosa B.
Noviembre 28, 1821-Panama se de-
clara libre e independiente de Es-
paiia y se une a la Gran Colombia.
Noviembre 28, 1856-Nace en Las
Tablas el Dr. Belisario Porras.
Noviembre 29, 1840-Carlos FAbre-
ga, Gobernador de Veragua, rehu-
s6 unirse al movimiento para con-
vertir al Istmo en una repiblica
independiente.
Noviembre 30, 1699-El tercer y il-
timo grupo de colonizadores esco-
ceses lleg6 a Nucva Edimburgo.
Noviembre 30, 1900-La Segunda
Comisi6n Walker present su in-
forme preliminary favoreciendo la
ruta de Nicaragua en vista de las
dificultades en obtener los dere-
chos necesarios en la ruta de Pana-
ma.


_____En Su Pantalla___


PARAISO


SANTA CRUZ


RAINBOW CITY


Viernes 3 CEHRADO RBide The Wild Surf (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Battle Of Rouge liver (AYC) Joy In The Morning (ADULTOS)
S.'aldo 4 Ride The Wild Surf (AYC) v CEIlRADO 12 To The Moon (AYC() y
-- Battle Of Rouge River (AYC) Senior Prom (AY)

Domingo 5_ Casino Royale (ADULTOS) Pontius Pilate (AY) The Karate Killers (AY)

Lune 6 Casino Royale (ADULTOS) Dial M F fr Murder (ADL S) The Karate Killers (AY)

Martes 7___ Dial M For Murder (ADULTOS) y The World OfSuzie Wong Bolero de uel (AYC)
Guns Of Darkness (AY) (ADULTOS) El Bolero de Raquel (AYC)
Billy Graham Evangelistic
lMircoles 8 Film Ministry: War Of The Worlds (AY) CERRADO
The Restless Ones (AYC)
Jueves9. T The World Of Suzie Wong Wild Westerners (AYC) y Santiago (AYC) y
(ADULTOS) Challenge Of Rin Tin Tin (AYC) The Breaking Point (ADULTOS)
Billy Graham Evangelistic 10:00 p.m
Viernes 10-_ CERRADO Film Ministr:
__________The Restless Ones (AYC) The Angry Red Planet (ADULTOS)
GUIA DEL CINE: A. Adultos: Y, J6venes de 12 a 16: C, Nifios de 8 a 12.


CANAL 2
DOMINGO
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
10:30-Mi Amigo el Mago
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-Alma de Acero
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Tarde de Toros
4:30-Los Invencibles
6:00-ElZorro
6:30-Golazo Royal
7:00--Disneylandia
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00-Misi6n Imposible
10:00-Premiere de Gala

LUNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3-00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
5.00-Los Cuatro Fantisticos
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Batman
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Los Invasores
9:00-FBI en Acci6n
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Las Enfermeras

MARTES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enferneras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Aquaman
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Joven Centenario
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Comandos del Desierto
9:30-Dragnet
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Las Enfermeras

MIERCOLES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Milton el Monstruo
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00-SueNio con Jeannie
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd por la Defensa
9:30-Reto al Mal
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Las Enfermeras

JUEVES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermneras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
5:00-Viaje al Centro de la Tierra
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-El Hombre del Maletin
9:00-La Caldera del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Las Enfermneras


11:15
11:30-
12:00-
12:30-
1:00-
2:00-
3:00-
3:30-

5:00-
5:30-
6:00-
6:30-
7:00-
7:30-
8:00-
9:00-
9:30-

10:30-
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10:00-1


VIERNES
Carnaval de Cartones
Randall el Justiciero
Buggs Bunny
Noticias
Show de ]a Una
Las Enfenneras
La Novela del Dos
Agonia de Amar
Los Amiguitos de RoblAn
King Kong
Randall el Justiciero
Flash Gordon
Noticias
La Novicia Voladora
El Caf6 Squirt
Los Gorilas de Garrison
Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
Nocturnal
Noticias
Las Enfermeras


SABADO
10:00-Carnaval de Cartones
10:30-Perfiles de Valor
11:30-El Pijaro Carpintero
12:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
12:30-Noticias
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
2:00-Reprise de la Novela Maribel
4:00-Familia por Accidente
4:30-La Levenda de Custer
5:30-Los Tres Chilados
6:00-Reino Salvaje
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Hondo
8:00--Manix
9:00-Viaje a las Estrellas
10:00-Noticias
10:30-S:ibado de Horror


CANAL 4
DOMINGO
8:45-Documental
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:45-Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Ventana del Mundo
12:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
1:00-Los Cucos
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Viaie al Fondo del Mar
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-Lassie
12:00--Misica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-La Gran Aventura
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAineas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataphin
6:15-Hablan tus Diputados
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-ElGato
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Enigma
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:30-Noticias

MARTES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Lassie
12:00-Miusica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-La Ruta del Sol
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAineas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataphln
6:15-E1 Candidato y Yo
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Cuarta Dimensi6n
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:30-Noticias
MIERCOLES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Lassie
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-Puertos de Intriga
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:50-Noticias
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-Hablan tus Diputados
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:00-Estrellas Palmolive
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conlictos Hfumanos
9:30-Los Fabulosos 20
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:30-Notirias

JUEVES
11:15-Comicas
11:30-Lassie
12:00-Misica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La lora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Camino de la Verdad
2:15-Cine IIogar
4:00-El Congresista
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-El Candidato y Yo
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-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-Cita con la Muerte
11:00-La Cuerda Floja
11:30-Noticias

VIERNES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Lassie
12:00-Mtsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30--La HIora de Corin Tellado
2:00--Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventuras en el Paraiso
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25--InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Psiginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-La Alianza y el Pueblo
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-Tarzin
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Yo Soy Espia
10:30-La Ilora Cero

SABADO
10:30-C6micas
11:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-La Cimara Indiscreta
12:30-H6roes de Hogan
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Mujer Opina
2:00-Reprise de Corin Tellado
4:00-Aventuras en Alaska
5:15-Rev6lver a la Orden
5:45-Daniel Boone
6:A5-Primera PI'lana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-SAbados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8-30-Perdidos en el Espacio
9:30-Cimarr6n
1 1:00-Martinez Blanco


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

MAYO
3-Fiesta de la Santa Cruz en Pedregal, El Cristo y la Arena. Ese dia
tambidn se celebra la fiesta de la Virgen de FAtima en El Calo.
12-Elecciones de Presidente y Diputados en la Repiblica de Panami.
15-San Isidro Labrador en CativA, Pifa, Cerro Punta, Nucvo Cuarar6,
Sona y Pcsd.


Paigina 2








Mayo 3, 1968


Canham se Jubila y


Se Lleva su "Casa"


'i


El Ingeniero Milton W. Canham
es un hombre que cuando no encuen-
tra algo de su gusto lo construye
a su gusto.
Canham, quien sc jubila como in-
geniero electric de la Divisi6n de
Ingenieria del Canal de Panami, co-
menzart mariana junto con su familiar
una aventura terrestre mis hacia los
Estados Unidos en su casa remolque
construida por l1 a su gusto. Verda-
deramente se necesita un gran espi-
ritu para viajar tanto, cualidad que
le sobra a Canham, que completari
con este su tercer viaje terrestre a
los Estados Unidos.
Primer Viaje por Tierra a EE. UU.
Su primer viaje lo hizo en 1962
en un Ford Thames de ese afio. Esta
fue una gran experiencia, dice, por-
que en ese tiempo faltaban muchos
puentes y tuvo que cruzar muchos
rios. Sin embargo tuvo la ayuda en
el tim6n de su hijo Milton, Jr., y la
compafifa de su esposa Hermine,
nacida en Crist6bal, y de su hija mis
pequefia Mabel. Su hija mayor, Cora,
estA casada y vive en El Paso, Texas.
Su primer viaje le tom6 3 semanas
hasta Ilegar a Kentucky, donde resi-
dia en ese entonces su hija mayor.
De alli continue su viaje alrededor
de los Estados Unidos y regres6 a
Panama.
Segundo Viaje por Tierra a EE. UU.
En 1966 complete su segundo
viaje terrestre a los Estados Unidos.
Esta vez fue en una camioneta Ram-
bler y tuvo la compaflia de su esposa,
de su hija Mabel, de Susan Engelke,
hija del Teniente Robert Engelke, de
la Policia de Balboa, y de su adora-
da compafiera canina llamada Prin-
cess. Esta segunda aventura terrestre
se extendi6 hasta Europa. Llegados
a Nueva York, se embarcaron en el
France y desembarparon en el Puer-
to de El Havre, Francia. Hicieron
entonces 18.000 millas de recorrido
en autom6vil por todo Europa, inclu-
yendo hasta Yugoeslavia.
Esta, fue sin embargo su segunda
experiencia por Europa. En 1958
habia viajado a Europa, via Nueva
York, junto con su esposa, su hijo
Milton y su hija Mabel. Llegaron a
Inglaterra donde compraron un Hill-
man que embarcaron para Dunquer-
que, Francia, e hicieron un recorrido
por Europa y visitaron a Cora
Becker, su hija mayor, en Alemania,
cuyo esposo estaba acantonado alli.


El Club de Damas

De la U. de la Zona

Celebrara Almuerzo
El almuerzo annual de primavera
del Club de la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal se verificara a las
12:30 p.m., mafiana, en el Sal6n
Roosevelt de la Casa de Hu6spedes
Tivoli. Dcspu6s del ahnuerzo, serA
entregada la beca del club y se
instalari la nueva directive.
Las integrantes del comitg organi-
zador del almuerzo son la Sra. Lois
Paolucci, quien lo preside; la Sra.
Charlotte Herr, la Sra. Marjorie
Wayne Foscue y la Sra. Ethel
Browne.



Cierre de Planas

Del Spillway

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


Tercer Viaje par Tierra a EE. UU.
Su tercer viaje terrestre a los Es-
tados Unidos que inicia mariana dia
de su cumpleafios, segfn sus calculos
le tomarnl 6 semanas. No tendrAl en
esta oportunidad que cruzar rios y
lo pasarA mis c6modo. Su casa re-
molque tirada por un Dodge M6naco
1967 tiene todas las comodidades de
una casa de lujo. Calcula su cost en
unos $7.000. Tiene una capacidad
para seis personas, e incluye un ca-
marote; la mesa del comedor es ple-
gable y los asientos pueden conver-
tirse en cama para tres personas en
la noche; el remolque tiene aire acon-
dicionado, baino, estufa de gas, refri-
geradora electrica, various toma co-
rriente, armarios, gabinetes, un tan-
que de 75 galones de agua que pro-
porciona el agua para el bafio y el
lavamanos, un tanque de 20 galones
de agua potable, cortinas, tragaluces,
etc. El remolque tiene una longitud
de 23 pies. La electricidad la obtiene
por medio de dos baterias y un gene-
rador que combine con el motor de
su auto.
Us6 Materiales Locales
Cabe anotar que el aluminio que
us6 Canham en la construcci6n de
este remolque lo compr6 en la Hoja-
lateria PanamA, S.A. El equipo y
piezas restantes lo obtuvo de los
Estados Unidos.
Todo lo Tiene Planeado
Este viaje lo aprovechara para
pasar varies dias en Costa Rica, donde
hay un lugar especial para estacionar
remolques; en Nicaragua, donde se-
g6n ha sabido no existed lugar es-
pecial para estacionar remolques no
dudarl en pedir permiso para pasar
la noche al lado de una estaci6n de
gasoline. Lo mismo harA en El Sal-
vador. "Jamis paso la noche estacio-
nado en los hombros de la carretera",
explica Canham.


liI
La familiar Canham examine un mapa y dispute la ruta
a seguir en su viaje terrestre a los Estados Unidos. Esta
fotografia fue tomada en el interior de si casa remolque
y la mesa plegable y asientos tienen un double fin. De


En Guatemala tambien existe un
lugar especial para estacionar remol-
ques, lo mismo que en M4xico, de-
talles que no escapan a Canham,
quien dicho sea de paso tiene una
p6liza de seguro vAlida en todo
Centroamirica y una p6liza separa-
da que lo protege en M6xico y los
Estados Unidos.
TendrA Ayuda en el Tim6n
En este viaje lo relevara en el
tim6n su hija Mabel, nacida en
Anc6n y graduada el afio pasado en
la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa, y
estudiante de ]a Universidad de la
Zona del Canal. Sus otros hijos: Mil-
ton, Jr., que estA en la Base A6rea de


dia hacen las veces de comedor y de noche de cama de
dormir. De izquierda a derecha: la Sra. Hermine Canham,
Milton Canham y Mabel Canham. En la fotografia falta
la perrita Princess.


Jacksonville, Arkansas, y Cora, casa-
da, tambien se graduaron en Balboa.
La etapa final del viaje de Canham
y su familiar serA El Paso, Texas,
donde actualmente resident Cora y
ocho nietos de los Canham. Antes
pasarAn por Arkansas, donde esta su
hijo Milton, Jr., por Chicago y Albu-
querque, Nuevo MAxico, donde resi-
de su hermano John Canham.
Ha Vivido 40 Arias en el Istmo
Milton William Canham vino a
PanamA en 1929 despues de graduar-
se de tccnico en electricidad en la
Haugan Electrical School de Chica-
go. De 1929 a 1950 trabaj6 como
superintendent de electricidad en


los PAD de France Field, Curundf
y Fuerte Kobbe. Jubilado del ej6r-
cito en 1950, entr6 luego a trabajar
con la empresa del Canal, donde se
jubil6 ahora en mayo.
Con la jubilaci6n y viaje de Can-
ham a los Estados Unidos, PanamA
y la Zona del Canal pierden a uno de
sus buenos empleados y amigos. Can-
ham vivi6 por 14 afios en Arraijan
donde poseia casa propia y construy6
una emisora en Col6n, de la que fue
propietario por various aios.
Pero segin Canham esta serA una
despedida temporal ya que sus de-
seos, los de su hija y esposa son
establecerse aqui en PanamA donde
tienen muchas amistades.


S....-X Existe en Rainbow City


-i k.. Gran Afici6n al Tenis


En la foto aparece un grupo de j6venes entusiastas del tennis de Rainbow
City que se dedican con ahinco todos los dias a aprender las t6cnicas del
deported de las raquetas. Seg6n dicen los instructors a cargo de las classes
que se dictan diariamente en la Cancha de Tenis de Rainbow City, la mayo-
ria de ellos hacen progress fantfsticos en pocos meses. De izquierda a
derecha, aparecen, de pie: Stanley Loney, instructor: Milsa Anglin, Sheila
Wright, Vilma Spalding, Maritza Lung, Maria Escobar, Amelia Josephs,
Diana Escobar, Casma Cockburn, Marcia Collum, y el instructor Clinton
Parris. Arrodilladas, tambi6n de izquierda a derecha: Maritza Hudson, Alba
Morales, Rosa Wallace, Ronda Carrington, Maritza Atkinson y Marisa
Dunmoodie.


Daran Despedida

Con Todo y Baile

A Robbie Adams
Robbie Adams, que se jubila esta
semana despuns de 30 afios con la
Division de Almacenaje, serA agasa-
jado en una fiesta de despedida que
tendri lugar mafiana en la noche, en
el Club Elks.
Los cocteles serin servidos a par-
tir de las 6:30 p.m., y a las 8 p.m.
se servirA la cena. HabrA baile tam-
bi6n. Los boletos, a $5 par persona.
Adams comenz6 como principiante
(oficinista) en 1937 y se jubila en la
posici6n de Jefe del Ramo de Alma-
cenaje, en la Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Adams, su esposa Pat y su hijo Rob
Roy, establecerin su residencia en
Pass Christian, Mississippi.


Club Ever-Ready

Tendra Baile Hoy

En Rainbow City

El Club Social y Cultural Ever-
Ready de Rainbow City tendrA un
spectacular baile en el Centro Civico
de Rainbow City hoy viernes 3 de
mayo, a partir de las 8 de la noche.
Este bailey significara la despedida
que darin los estudiantes a las vaca-
ciones escolares de verano que ter-
minan el 5 de mayo y la bienvenida
al nuevo period escolar que se inicia
oficialmente el 6 de mayo pr6ximo.
La mfsica de este esperado baile
estarA a cargo de "Los Invasores",
famoso grupo musical de Col6n,
quien deleitara a todo el mun-
do con ritmos para todos los gustos
y exigencias.


Sesenta futures campeones del
tenis panamefio se estin entrenando
en las canchas de tenis de Rainbow
City, bajo la direcci6n de los ins-
tructores Stanley Loney y Clinton
Parris.
Ya centre ellos se encuentra uno
que fue el Campe6n Junior de 1967,
Robert Moolchan, quien gracias al
magnifico entrenamiento que ha reci-
bido de sus instructors de Rainbow
City, logr6 el gran honor de repre-
sentar a PanamA en los torneos Junior
"Orange" y "Sunshine", que se cele-
bran anualmente en la ciudad de
Miami Beach, en el Estado de La
Florida, Estados Unidos de America,


donde le toc6 competir con los mejo-
res tenistas de su categoria del gran
pais del norte y de otros paises del
mundo.
Al igual que Moolchan, otros j6ve-
nes del sector AtlAntico que se han
entrenado en las canchas de Rainbow
City, han logrado categoria de estre-
Ilas del tenis y han sido aclamados en
diferentes competencias que han te-
nido lugar en la Repiblica de Pana-
ma. El grupo de tenistas de Rainbow
City, que se denomina Club de Tenis
de Rainbow City, se mantiene a la
cabeza en los torneos nacionales de
Tenis Junior de PanamA.


4 -






H6 aqui los integrantes del formidable y muy conocido Club de Tenis de
Rainbow City. De izquierda a derecha, de pie: Ricardo Bennet, Fernando
Oats, Paul Richards, Allan Joseph, Clenn Moolchan, Campe6n Junior de
Panarm en 1967, quien se gan6 el derecho de representar a Panami en
los campeonatos Junior International "Orange" y "Sunshine", que se cele-
bran en Miami Beach, Florida. Arrodillados, de izquierda a derecha tam-
biun: Ernesto Edwards, Esteban Acosta, Lloyd Wilson y Barry Carrington.


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Pagina 3


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Mayo 3, 1968


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


SJubilaciones de Empleadc


(Viene de la pdgina 1)

todos ustedes quc han sido respon-
sables por esa gran reputaci6n".
El Cobernador Leber les entreg6
luego sus certificados de jubilaci6n,
felicit6 a cada uno de los empleados,
quienes tambien fueron felicitados
por sus respectivos directors.
En la siguiente list aparecen las
personas que se jubilaron en los meses
de marzo y abril, con sus posiciones,
lugares de empleo y aries de servicio:
Fred Bailey, Oficinista de Contabili-
dad, Contaduria, sector Pacifico:
28 afios, 4 meses y 23 dias.
Charles W. Balser, Oficinista de Con-
tabilidad, Contaduria, sector Paci-
fico: 39 afios, 3 meses y 24 dias.
Antonio Bazfn, Mozo de Oficio, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, sector Pacifico:
12 afios, 4 meses y 23 dias.
Harold C. Blackman, Obrero, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, sector Pacifico:
6 afios, 5 meses y 6 dias.
Harry F. Butz, Subjefe Ingeniero de
Sanidad, Divisi6n de Mantenimien-
to, sector Atlantico: 34 afios, 9 me-
ses y 2 dias.
Lawrence W. Chambers, Oficial En-
cargado de Seguridad, Oficina del
Director, Direcci6n de Marina,
sector Pacifico: 28 arios, 1 mes y
1 dia.
Samuel Cohen, Ayudante, Sistemas
de N6minas, Contraloria, sector
Pacifico: 35 afios, 10 meses y 29
dias.
Joseph A. Davis, Encargado de Cuar-
to de Herramientas, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, sector Atlintico: 39 aflos,
8 meses y 4 dias.
Hubert A. Dawkins, Conductor de
Cami6n, Divisi6n de Transporte a
Motor, sector Atlintico: 43 aios,
11 meses y 12 dias.
Mois6s de la Pefia, Subadministrador
de Correos, 1P Categoria, Divisi6n
de Correos, sector Pacifico: 37
aiios, 7 meses y 9 dias.
Sra. Dorothy D. Douglas, Ayudante
Oficinista (Mecanografia), Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento, sector Atlan-
tico: 33 aios, 8 meses y 17 dias.



Cancelaci6n

Debido a circunstancias de fuerza
mayor, los miembros del Club Social
"19" del Hospital Gorgas, anuncian
la cancelaci6n de la Noche en Las
Vegas que se habia programado para
el 4 de mayo, en el Jardin Las Vegas
de Chilibre.


Dan Diplomas a...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

Un joven de elocuentes palabras,
que cumple condena por robo, agra-
deci6 a la policia y a la division
de escuelas el brindarle a 61 y a sus
compafieros reclusos una oportuni-
dad de mejorarse y equiparse para
cuando les toque volver a la sociedad.
A algunos les faltar'i solamente unos
pocos meses, a otros, un poco mas
de tiempo. Un miembro de la clase
cumple sentencia perpetual.
Instituido en 1963, el program
educative sigue el mismo plan de es-
tudios de las escuelas Latinoamerica-
nas de la Zona del Canal. Se exhorta
a los reclusos analfabetos que asistan
a classes hasta que Ileguen al sexto
grade.
Ellis L. Fawcett, jefe de instruc-
ci6n de las Escuelas Latinoamerica-
nas, ha supervisado el program
desde sus inicios. Las classes las dic-
tan en espaiol George Hamilton,
Wilfredo Layne y Javier Diaz. Desde
que se ha establecido la escuela se
ha otorgado un total de 18 certifica-
dos de cuarto grade y 13 de sexto
grado.
El Dr. Charles L. Latimer, ayu-
dante al superintendent de escuelas,
y el Capitin Donald V. Howerth,
alcaide de la penitenciaria, hicieron
la entrega de los certificados en la
ceremonia de graduaci6n que se efec-
tu6 la semana pasada.
El program, al cual asistieron fun-
cionarios del Canal de PanamA y
otros recluses que actualmente asis-
ten a classes, incluyo un lueto de gui-
tarras, un grupo coral y un pocma a
cargo de uno de los graduandos. El
coro cant6 dos nilmeros: PanamA
Viejo y Dominique.
La invocaci6n la dio el Padre
H. Pascal y ]a bendicion el Reveren-
do Dennis Josiah.


Daniel M. Eggleston, Subjefe Inge-
niero General, Divisi6n de Inge-
nieria, sector Pacifico: 37 afios, 8
meses y 3 dias.
David E. Emery, Lubricador (Planta
de Equipo Flotante), Divisi6n de
Dragas, sector Pacifico: 26 aiios,
11 meses y 14 dias.
Nathan Fleckner, Ayudante Adminis-
trative, Ramo de Servicios a Em-
pleados, sector Pacifico: 35 aieos
y 4 meses.
Peter U. Forbes, Auxiliar de Enfer-
meria (Sala de Operaciones), Hos-
pital Gorgas, sector Pacifico: 38
anos y 12 dias.
Sra. Frances G. Getman, Jefa de Die-
titica, Hospital Gorgas, sector Pa-
cifico: 28 afios, 3 meses y 16 dias.
Philip T. Green, Subjefe Instructor,
Curses de Adiestramiento (Jefe de
Personal de Adiestramiento Indus-
trial), Direcci6n de Personal: 30
ailos, 9 meses y 1 dia.
Walton G. Green, Marcador de Car-
ga, Divisi6n de Terminales, sector
Atlintico: 34 afios, 5 meses y 27
dias.
Sherman A. Hammond, Jefe Capataz,
Obras P6blicas, Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento, sector AtlAntico: 28
aios, 3 meses y 2 dias.
Sra. Odessa F. Hearne, Maestra de
Escuela Elemental, Division de
Escuelas, sector Pacifico: 25 aios,
4 meses y 28 dias.
Jos6 I. Herrera, Recolector de Basu-
ra, Divisi6n de Servicios Comuna-
les, sector Pacifico: 27 aiios, 11
meses y 20 dias.
Halstead C. Hodgson, Contramaestre
de Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n, sector Atlantico: 30 aios,
9 meses y 22 dias.
Sra. Myrtle P. Hughes, Subjefa Apun-
tadora de Tiempo, Divisi6n de Na-
vegaci6n, sector Pacifico: 20 afios,
2 meses y 17 dias.
Charles W. Hummer, T4cnico de In-
genieria Arquitect6nica, Divisi6n
de Ingenieria, sector Pacifico: 35
afios, 6 meses y 1 dia.
Wilfred W. Irving, Oficinista de Al-
macen, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector
Atlintico: 36 aiios, 9 meses y 29
dias.
Carlton C. James, Operario de Lan-
cha Motora, Divisi6n de Dragas,
sector Pacifico: 40 alios, 9 meses
y 24 dias.
Alton E. Jones, Primer Maquinista
Remolcador, Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n, sector Atlintico: 41 ainos, 11
meses y 7 dias.
A. Paul Jones, Jr., Primer Maquinista,
Remolcador de Salvamento, Divi-
si6n de Dragas, sector Pacifico: 26
aiios, 5 meses y 7 dias.
John H. Joyner, Capataz General Re-
parador de Equipo Automotor, Di-
visi6n de Transporte a Motor, sec-
tor Pacifico: 44 alios, 4 meses y
29 dias.
Lee Kariger, Funcionario Administra-
tive, Divisi6n de Esclusas, sector
Pacifico: 33 anos, 1 mes y 10 dias.
Sra. Lilybel Kariger, Especialista en
Actividades Recreativas (Depor-
tes), Divisi6n de Escuelas, sector
Pacifico: 24 afios, 11 meses y 22
dias.
Herman H. Keepers, Capataz Gene-
ral de Electricidad (Guardalineas),
Division de Dragas, sector Paci-
fico: 35 airos, 10 meses y 10 dias.
Verneel A. Laing, Subjefe Oficinista,
Almacenes, Divisi6n de Abastos,
sector Atlantico: 37 afios, 5 meses
y 20 dias.
Luther F. LaMotte, Ticnico de Con-
tabilidad, Contaduria, sector Paci-
fico: 37 afios, 4 meses y 17 dias.
Walter G. Laurie, Jefe Capataz, Di-
visi6n de Terminales, sector Atlan-
tico: 41 ailos, 3 meses y 18 dias.
Norman J. Lewter, Policia Rasn, Di-
visi6n de Policia, sector Pacifico:
31 anos, 6 meses y 15 dias.
Sra. Maud C. Lindo, Oficinista, Sec-
ci6n de N6minas, Divisi6n de Es-
clusas, sector Atlintico: 26 arios y
9 meses.
Ibo Llibre, Estibador, Divisi6n de
Terminales, sector Atlintico: 23
aieos, 8 meses y 15 dias.
Donald Mathieson, Primer Maquinis-
ta, Remolcador, Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n, sector Atlantico: 28 aiios,
2 meses y 28 dias.


Vuelven a Clases . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Miguel, Paraiso, Santa Cruz y Rain-
bow City. En general los estudiantes
asistirAn a la misma escuela que fue-
ron el afio pasado y a la misma hora.
Se proporcionarA transport gratis
para el afio escolar 1968-69, lo
mismo que habra transport vigilado
para los niios de kindergarten.
Mayor informaci6n acerca de la
apertura de las escuclas latinnameri-
canas puetde obtenerse en las oficinas
de los directors de las escuelas de
Paraiso, Santa Cruz y Rainbow City.


>s .
CapitAn Cornelius S. McCormack,
Capitan de Remolcador, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n, sector Pacifico: 38
afios, 2 meses y 10 dias.
Melvin F. Millard, Oficial Encargado
de Seguridad, Oficina del Director,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, sector Pacifico: 24 aios,
3 meses y 20 dias.
Dorildo Miranda, Obrero (Manteni-
miento de Vias F&rreas-Linea
Principal), Divisi6n de Ferrocarril,
sector Pacifico: 8 afios y 5 dias.
Eladio Montero, Obrero (Trabajos
Pesados-Cuarto Frio), Divisi6n de
Abastos, sector Pacifico: 28 afios y
5 meses.
Sim6n Morcillo, Contramaestre de
Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n, sector Atlantico: 23 afios, 4
meses y 29 dias.
Manuel J. Mozo, Estibador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector AtlAntico: 22
afios, 3 meses y 16 dias.
Sra. Della J. Noonan, Jefa de Sec-
ci6n de Archives y Corresponden-
cia, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector Pa-
cifico: 38 afios, 1 mes y 19 dias.
Joseph Parks, Planchador de Ropa a
Vapor, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector
Pacifico: 25 afios, 4 meses y 19 dias.
James H. Payne, Gerente de Produc-
tos de Panaderia, Divisi6n de Abas-
tos, sector Atlantico: 22 afios, 3
meses y 10 dias.
Harry E. Pearl, Subiefe Ingeniero
Civil (Jefe, Ramo de Inspecci6n),
Division de Ingenieria, sector Pa-
cifico: 34 aiios, 4 meses y 9 dias.
Chester W. Pearson, Policia Raso, Di-
visi6n de Policia, sector Pacifico:
28 aiios, 11 meses y 7 dias.
Sra. Florence M. Pierson, Subjefa
Ticnica de Contabilidad, Contadu-
ria, sector Pacifico: 32 alios, 8
meses y 8 dias.
Sra. Teresa Ramos, Moza de Oficio,
Division de Abastos, sector Paci-
fico: 28 ailos, 1 mes y 23 dias.
Stuart L. Reed, Especialista en Nor-
mas de Personal, Junta Coordina-
dora del Personal Civil, sector Pa-
cifico: 31 afios, 10 meses y 18
dias.
Tom P. Reed, Operario de Locomo-
tora de Remolque (Esclusas), Divi-
si6n de Esclusas, sector Pacifico:
32 afios, 8 meses y 18 dias.
Joseph B. Reid, Jr., Conductor de
Cami6n, Divisi6n de Transporte a
Motor, sector Pacifico: 30 aiios y
5 meses.
Sidney A. Richards, Oficinista, Sec-
ci6n de N6minas, Divisi6n de Dra-
gas, sector Pacifico: 41 afios y 11
dias.
Jes6s Rodriguez, Ayudante Operario
de Esclusas, Divisi6n de Esclusas,
sector Pacifico: 48 afios, 2 meses
y 3 dias.
Antonio M. Saavedra, Pasabarcos, Di-
visi6n de Navegaci6n, sector Paci-
fico: 25 aiios, 8 meses y 16 dias.
Pedro A. SAnchez, Obrero, Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales, sector Pa-
cifico: 28 afios, 8 meses y 26 dias.
Fred F. Schwartz, Capataz General
(Operario de Esclusas), Divisi6n de
Esclusas, sector Atlantico: 27 afios,
6 meses y 12 dias.
CapitAn Richard C. Sergeant, Capi-
tan del Puerto de Balboa, Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n: 30 aiios y 17 dias.
Sra. Virginia D. Simpson, Oficinista,
Estadisticas, Oficina de Planifica-
ci6n, sector Pacifico: 26 airos, 11
meses y 28 dias.
George W. Squires, Capataz General
(Aseador), Divisi6n de Servicios
Comunales, sector Atlintico: 38
afios, 1 mes y 2 dias.
Charles E. Stepp, Inspector de Re-
presi6n de Contrabando, Divisi6n
de Aduanas, sector Atlintico: 36
ailos, 8 meses y 11 dias.
James E. Stuart, Subjefe Oficinista de
Abastos, Divisi6n de Esclusas, sec-
tor Pacifico: 27 aios, 7 meses y 22
dias.
Teniente Jack C. Sutherland, Tenien-
te de Policia, Divisi6n de Policia,
sector Pacifico: 33 ainos y 16 dias.
Thomas F. Taylor, Pasabarcos, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, sector Atlin-
tico: 27 alios, 9 meses y 10 dias.
Sra. Mary B. Turbyfill, Maestra de
Escuela Elemental Estadouniden-
se, Divisi6n de Escuelas, sector Pa-
cifice: 25 alios, 4 meses y 5 dias.
Srta. Margaret V. Whitman, Profeso-
ra Ayudante (Universidad de la
Zona del Canal), Divisi6n de Es-
cuelas, sector Pacifico: 24 aios,
8 mess y 7 dias.
Sra. Henrietta G. Winklosky, Subjefe
Apuntadora de Tiempo (Mecano-
grafia), Divisi6n de Esclusas, sec-
tor Pacifico: 20 ainos, 2 meses y
5 dias.
Las siguientes personas se jubilant
este imes:
Robert A. Adams, Encargado de Dis-
tribuci6n, Divisi6n de Almacenes,
35 aiios.
Milton W. Canham, Tdenico de Inge-
nieria Elictrica, Ramo de Electro-
Mecanica, Divisi6n de Ingenieria,
sector Pacifico: 25 arios, 7 meses
v 22 dias.


Trece Utiles Consejos


Para las Amas de Casa


Seg6n informaci6n suministrada
por el Consejo Nacional de Seguri-
dad, en la cocina ocurren mis acci-
dentes que en cualquier otro cuarto
de la casa. Pero si lo vemos en sentido
optimista no existed ningun cuarto
que ofrezea mis oportunidades de
hacer algo para salvaguardar la
seguridad de la familiar que la cocina.
NUMEROUS DE SUERTE
Trece es el nmmero de suerte de
las amas de casa; existen 13 medios
que el ama de casa puede usar en la
cocina para mantener la seguridad de
su familiar y la suya propia.
Ollas y Sartenes. Debido a que fi-
cilmente podriamos golpear las aga-
rraderas de una olla, que sobresalen
de la estufa, est6 siempre segura de
colocarlas hacia dentro. Tenga tam-
bi6n siempre a mane portaollas; una
toalla de cocina protegerA sus manes
del calor, pero una punta de la toalla
puede tocar la flama. Si se prende la
sartin, apAguela con una tapadera de
metal o chele cantidades moderadas
de sal o bicarbonato de soda.
Equipo Elctrico. Cordones pela-
dos y enchufes rotos son la causa
principal de los incendios en las coci-
nas; por eso, reviselos peri6dicamen-
te. Coloque cajas de seguridad a los
tomacorrientes de poco uso. Esti se-
gura de que no sobrecarga sus cir-
cuitos, porque los incendios el6ctri-
cos son los mIs dificiles de apagar.
(Si las luces se debilitan cuando se
prende un aparato, eso significa que
sus circuitos estan probablemente
sobrecargados.)
El Homo. Los hornos modernos de
gas y electricidad se prenden sin f6s-
foros, pero si su hprno require un
f6sforo, no abra el gas hasta que la
flama este alli. Esti segura de que el
cuarto est6 bien ventilado.
F6sforos. Use f6sforos de seguri-
dad, y guirdelos fuera del alcance
de los nifios.
Cuchillos. Guarde los cuchillos afi-
lados en un estate bien alto fuera
del alcance de los nifios. Livelos y
sdquelos uno por uno, desviando
siempre de su mano el lade afilado
para que no tenga un aviso puntiagu-
do de. su error. Al cortar, hAgalo
hacia afuera. Para pelar, compare un
dispositivo barato antes que usar un
cuchillo afilado.
Plates. Las vajillas de melamina
son las mis seguras. Siendo virtual-
mente irrompibles, no presentan casi
ningun peligro de piezas rotas con
puntas afiladas en el fregador o en el
piso. Resiste el agua mis calicnte de
un lavaplatos (cuidado: otras classes
de plisticos tal vez no). Y ya que
no se quiebra, astilla o estria (peque-
fias quebraduras en la superficie) no
hay posibilidades de que recoja
particular de alimentos o de jab6n.
Fluidos Limpiadores. 8Sabia usted
que hasta los fluids limpiadores in-
flamables ofrecen riesgos? A menudo
despiden vapores venenosos. No im-
porta la clase de fluido que use, cer-
ci6rese de que el cuarto estA bien
ventilado. Al usar icidos o ciusticos
utilice guantes de caucho, un delantal
protector, y anteojos para el caso de
salpicaduras.
Puertas de Alacena. Cidrrelas in-
mediatamente despui s de usar la ala-
cena. Una puerta abierta en Ia alace-
na es a menudo el camino para un
chich6n en la cabeza.
Toallas. Cuelguelas fuera de su
alcance para evitar incendios. Uselas


iHumor!


";Rdpido! consigueme un corcho, unos
trapos, un hmpiador. .. icualquier
cosan"


lo menos possible; la manera mis sani-
taria de secar plates es dejar que el
agua se evapore.
Extintor de Incendios. Mantenga
un extintor de incendio bastante lejos
de la cocina, de manera que nunca
tenga que enfrentarse a las llamas
para alcanzarlo. Aseg6irese de que el
extintor es de la clase que apaga in-
cendios de grasas lo mismo que in-
cendios ordinarios. Lo mejor para su
cocina es un extintor de incendios
portatil de products quinicos secos.
EVITE DERRAMAR LIQUIDOS
Derramamientos. Cuando agua,
alimentos o grasa caen al suelo, lim-
pielos inmediatamente, y no lo deje
para mis tarde. Usted probablemen-
te no resbalarA sobre ellos, porque
lo sabe, pero otra persona que entire
a la cocina podr. no saberlo.
Clavos y Ganchos. Al ponerlos, hA-
galo de manera que nadie que pase
per alli, pueda engancharse. Si pue-
de, coloque los ganchos lo mis alto
possible para evitar que los nifios los
toquen; la cintura suya puede estar
a la altura del ojo de sus niios.
Banquillos. Duran una eternidad y
cuestan poco. Un banquillo puede
salvarla de una caida estrepitosa. Al
subir evite ese estir6n extra. Mueva
el banquillo de nuevo. De esa manera,
su subida no le costart un dolor en
el cuello o en cualquier otra part
del cuerpo.



Acab6 Programa


De Recreacion


En Vacaciones
Un viaje a trav6s del Istmo para
que pasaran 1 dia de campo en Rain-
bow City, los j6venes del sector Pa-
cifico, y paseos a los bells y acoge-
dores Jardines de Summit para todos
los que participaron en el program,
marcaron este afio la fase final del
Program de Recreaci6n de Verano
de las comunidades latinoamericanas
de la Zona del Canal.
Los muchachos regresan a classes
el martes, luego de sus 3 mess de
vacaciones anuales. Mis de 700 nifios
tomaron part en el program de
manualidadcs el present ai0o.
Estas actividades al aire libre fue-
ron ofrecidas a los nifios come un
gran final al program de artes ma-
nuales con el cual se les enscfi6 una
variedad de habilidades que los man-
tuvieron ocupados y entretenidos du-
rante el largo period en que estu-
vieron fuera de las aulas escolares.
Los fondos para Ia compra de ma-
teriales para el program de manua-
lidades, los refrescos que se les sir-
vieron en los paseos y otros gastos
varies provienen del Fondo Unido
de la Zona del Canal. Este afio, sum6
un total de $2.000.
Los directors, colaboradores y
demais personal trabajan come vo-
luntarios y las exposiciones de fin
de curse tuvieron lugar la semana
pasada.


Mike Progana Recibe ...

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
El President del Consejo Muni-
cipal dijo, al entregarle las Ilaves de
la ciudad al Sr. Progana: "Me siento
sumamente cmocionado al hacer en-
trega de esta distinci6n, a un hom-
bre nacido en otras tierras, que al
dedicarse a laborar per nuestras cla-
ses necesitadas con la consagraci6n
con que lo hace, demuestra ser mis
panamefin que muchos de nosotros.
El Sr. Progana, hombre que vive de
su trabajo, quc no gusta de bombs
y platillos, con su propio pecunio ha
subsanado necesidades de muchos
nifios, al extreme que ellos lo han
adoptado ya coino padre".
Antes de la cntrega de las Ilaves de
la ciudad al Sr. Progana, la Profe-
sora Craciela de Lasso, se refirio a la
per.sonalidad del homenajcado y la
grand y callada labor de anios qu
ha realizado en favor de los niFios
Sinmpcdide s de PanamA.


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