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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: August 2, 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 )
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00676
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL





Spillwauy


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Vol. VII, No. 7 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, August 2, 1968


$600 Check Tops


Incentive Awards


Thirty Canal employees from the
Pacific and Atlantic sides of the
Isthmus, whose 33 suggestions for
improved Canal operations were
accepted in the Incentive Awards
program, are the richer today by
awards that ranged from $15 to $600.
The top award of $600 went to
Edward T. Mulroy, leader foreman
electrician in the Dredging Division,
for a suggestion to redesign lighted
dan buoys for the Dredging Division.
This will result in an estimated saving
of $10,400 the first year. Dan buoys
are red lighted markers with shore
cable in Gaillard Cut.
During the Pacific side ceremony,
24 employees who had a total of 26
suggestions accepted were presented
certificates and award checks. Gov.
W. P. Leber made the presentations.
Two employees received double
awards, Bertha I. Frensley and Caro-
lyn L. Holgerson each had two sug-
gestions accepted and each received
two $15 checks.
At the Atlantic side ceremony
Capt. Axton T. Jones, Director of the
Panama Canal's Transportation and
Terminals Bureau, representing Gov-
ernor Leber, presented beneficial
suggestion certificates and checks to
six employees for seven accepted sug-
gestions. Carl R. Kinsman received
two checks of $25 each for two
accepted suggestions.
With Edward T. Mulroy receiving
the top award of $600, the following
other incentive awards for accepted
suggestions were presented on the
Pacific side of the Isthmus:
An award of $35 to Dave E.
White, of the Division of Storehouses,
for a suggestion to print the Store-
house stock catalog supplements on
colored, rather than white, paper.
A $30 award was received by
Robert G. Richardson, of the Supply
Division, for suggesting replacement
of canvas-covered insulated shippers
with styrofoam coolers.
John E. Sholund, Jr., of the Elec-
trical Division, received a $25 award
for suggesting emergency air pressure
for the instrument air system at the
Miraflores Generating Station.
Twenty employees each received


Graphic Branch

Calls in Photo

Equipment
During the month of August, all
Panama Canal Graphic Branch equip-
ment out on loan is being called
in for inventory and preventive
maintenance.
The cooperation of everyone is
asked to ensure that Graphic Branch
equipment is returned during duty
hours.
Arrangements may be made for an
exchange of equipment, if available,
for a short period of time while the
inventory and preventive maintenance
project is underway.
Atlantic side organizations who
have borrowed Graphic Branch
equipment may call Balboa 2162 and
arrangements will be made for pick
up of equipment.
Those organizations wishing to
arrange for temporary exchange of
borrowed equipment may call J. R.
Fleming or Cleve Soper of the
Graphic Branch, Balboa 2162.


a $15-award for their beneficial
suggestions. These were: Thomas B.
Addlesberger, Locks Division; Caro-
(Continued on p. 4)


New Sea Level

Canal Support

Chief Named
Lt. Col. Floyd Wright, new Chief
of the Sea Level Canal Support Di-
vision and Military Liaison Officer for
the Canal Zone, arrived recently in
the Canal Zone to assume his new
duties. He succeeds Lt. Col. C. R.
Vincent, who was assigned to duty
with the 9th Logistic Command in
Thailand.
A native of North Carolina, Colo-
nel Wright is a graduate of Clemson
University where he obtained a
degree in Civil Engineering. He re-
ceived his master's degree in civil
engineering at the University of
Illinois.
He comes to the Canal Zone from
Fort Stewart, Ca., where he was
commanding officer of the 575th En-
gineering Construction Battalion. He
was accompanied by his wife and
two sons.


Lt. Col. Floyd Wright


Registration in the United States
elementary and secondary schools in
the Canal Zone will begin August 7,
and continue through August 26.
Registration hours at all schools will
be 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1
p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday.
Pupils for grades kindergarten
through six who did not attend Canal
Zone schools last year will enroll at
their respective schools. Parents
should accompany new pupils and
fill out information blanks furnished
by the school. Pupils should submit
report cards from the last school
attended. Birth certificates are to be
presented if pupils are entering
kindergarten or grade one.
Children who will have reached
5 years of age on or before Decem-
ber 1, 1968, will be admitted to
kindergarten. Those who will have
reached 6 years of age on or before
December 1, 1968, will be admitted
to grade one.
Students enrolling in grades 7-12


1968 Cargo


Total Sets


New Record
Liberia was second to the United
States in the number of ships using
the Panama Canal during fiscal year
1968 but ships flying her flag were
first in the amount of cargo carried
through the Canal.
The total cargo moved by the
13,199 commercial deep sea vessels
of 50 nations using the Canal the
past fiscal year totaled 96,550,165
long tons, the largest freight figure in
history and the fifth consecutive
record breaking year.
Of this total, 21,253,720 long tons
were carried aboard 1,543 ships flying
the Liberian flag. First place in the
number of ships was taken by the
United States with 1,647 transits
during the year. U.S. ships, however,
were fourth in the cargo count with
only 8,594,846 long tons.
Second place for cargo went to
ships flying the Norwegian flag which
transported 16,409,131 tons during
the 12-month period. Norway was
third in the bow count with 1,498
oceangoing ships.
British commerce was third in the
amount of cargo which totaled
11,363,599 long tons, but fourth with
1,453 vessels in the number of
transits.
Japanese registered ships totaled
1,036 to take sixth place in the bow
count but they were fifth with
8,191,057 long tons in the amount of
cargo.
Ships flying the Panamanian flag
totaled 519 during the last fiscal year,
a slight increase over the previous
year. They carried 2,779,659 long
tons of cargo.
On the short end, there was one
Somalian ship using the Canal last
fiscal year. This vessel had a regis-
tered gross tonnage of 5,059 tons and
carried 6,114 long tons of cargo.
There were two each Venezuelan, Ru-
manian, Australian, and Burundian.


DEMOLAY INSTALLATION
The Pacific Chapter Older of
DeMolay will hold an open installa-
tion of officers Saturday, August 3,
at 7:30 p.m. in the Scottish Rite
Temple in Balbca.


who did not attend Canal Zone
schools last year may enroll at the
offices of Balboa High School, grades
10-12; Cristobal Junior-Senior High
School, grades 7-12; and Curundu
Junior High School, grades 7-9.
Students who wish to enter Canal
Zone College may register in the
office of the college any time during
the period August 12 through August
23. At the time of registration they
should arrange to have their parents
sign the tuition contracts.
New tuition students who desire
to apply for admission to the Canal
Zone schools may secure the neces-
sary forms at the office of the
Superintendent of Schools in the
Civil Affairs Building, if they reside
on the Pacific side, or at Cristobal
High School in Coco Solo, if they re-
side on the Atlantic side. These forms
may be secured between August 1
and August 8. Parents should be
prepared to present birth certificates
for kindergarten and first grade ap-
plicants and proof of citizenship for


Mrs. MacLeod, who just finished making a batch of scones for morning tea,
gives her husband a hand at loading their converted mine sweeper "Heather
George" in preparation for the trip to New Zealand.



Hearty Scots Chart


A Carefree Course


"Swiss Family Robinson By Land
and By Sea," might be an appro-
priate title for any future story about
the Alan MacLeod family of Dune-
din, New Zealand, who sailed through
the Panama Canal last week aboard
the Heather George, a converted
90-foot mine sweeper, en route from
Swansea, Wales, to New Zealand.
The housewife who has trouble
with her brood of teenagers in a snug
little nest ashore, should consider the
plight of Mrs. Joan MacLeod, who is
keeping house and cooking three
meals a day on a small craft for five
children, a husband, and two crew
members.
But nothing, not even lack of


Last Week's Visitors


Miraflores Locks
Gatun Locks _
Summit Gardens _
Small Launches
Transits:
Canberra __--
Rossini _--
Tahitien __
Grand total


2,290
778
7
110

1,600
284
318
5,387


refrigeration, seems to faze this cap-
able, gregarious woman who has
been following her husband by truck
and boat over much of the world
since they were first married.
A Scottish lass who went with her
husband to a small homestead in New
Zealand after World War II, Mrs.
MacLeod thinks fanning is a much
more rugged life than traveling by
land in a trailer truck, and sailing
half way around the world in a mine
sweeper.
"It has been a family policy," she
said, "for everyone to do his share
of the work, to pool resources and
then, taking only as much as we are
allowed to spend abroad, make the
trip a cheaply as possible." Every-
one has a job, the children study, and
when they get home, they will go
to school again. There is one daughter
back home in the university.
So far their travels have taken
them to such places as Singapore,
Thailand, India, Greece, the Balkans
and, of course, Europe and the
British Isles. The family made a
sentimental journey to the home of
their fathers on the Isle of Skie before
purchasing the Heather George in
Swansea and sailing for Spain, Por-
tugal, and the West Indies.
On their way to the Canal, the
MacLeod clan stopped off at Florida
and Key West, an area which
charmed them and which they hope
to visit again.
After leaving the Canal, they plan
to head for Dunedin with a possible
stop or two in the South Seas for
supplies. They will take their time
jogging along at a speed that saves
fuel.
Captain MacLeod, who was busy
(Continued on p. 4)


Pacific Side

Civic Council

To Meet Aug. 14
The Pacific Civic Council will hold
an open meeting at 7:30 p.m.,
August 14, at the Training Center in
Balboa. Members and non-members
are invited to attend this meeting and
to bring to the Civic Council's
attention any matters of interest to
the community.
One of the main features of the
meeting will be the election of a new
treasurer.


all applicants if U.S. citizenship is
claimed.
The monthly tuition rates for non-
sponsored students for the 1968-69
school year will be as follows:
Kindergarten, $23; elementary grades
1-6, $56; secondary grades 7-12,
$80; semester rate for Canal Zone
College, $551. A 10 percent discount
from the above tuition charges will
be allowed for families having three
or more full-time students attending
the Canal Zone schools. Tuition
charges for part-time students will
not be subject to the discount.
Sponsorship cards for all students
whose parents are employed by U.S.
Government agencies other than the
Panama Canal organization should be
secured in advance by the student
from the agency concerned.
Early registration for new students
is encouraged to give the principal
adequate time to assist each student
with his program. For this reason,
it will not be possible to register new
students on the first day of classes,
Tuesday, August 27.


School Registration Begins August 7








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


August 2, 1968


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The 1968 Pink Girls at Coco Solo Hospital have been
brightening the wards of the hospital as they go about
their many duties during school vacation. At far right is
Col. Robert J. Bradley, Director of Coco Solo Hospital.
Front row, from left: Mrs. Edna T. Karpinski, Chief,
Nursing Service, Coco Solo Hospital; Nancy Huson, Jean-
nette Cox, Dionisia Nieves, and Mrs. C. Christoph,


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


SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-Historic America-Lexington
and Concord
2:00-Discovery
2:20-Sunday Playhouse:
"The Incendiary Blonde"
4:15-Soviets In Space
5:10-Melody Ranch
6:00-Chronicle
6:40-College Bowl
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Ed Sullivan Show
8:50-Hallmark Hall of Fame
9:05-"Queen Elizabeth" (Special)
10:10-Biography
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, AUGUST 5
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"My Little Margie"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Million Dollar Legs"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Danny Thomas Show
7:30-Happening '68
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Operation Entertainment
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"The Man From Cocody"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-The Mike Douglas Show

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Buccaneers"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Million Dollar Legs"
5:30-JFK-The Childhood Years
(Special)
6:00-Dateline
6:30-On Campus
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Hollywood Palace
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Someone At the Door"
10:15-Armed Forces Digest
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Files of Jeffrey Jones

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Discovery"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Million Dollar Legs"
5:30-NET-Photography,
The Incisive Art
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Combat
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"The American Alcoholic"
10:00-Peter Gun
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Dennis Day

THURSDAY, AUGUST 8
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Dennis Day Show (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:00-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Million Dollar Legs"
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-Miss U.S.A. Beauty Pageant
(Special)
9:25-Armchair Theater:
"Million Dollar Legs"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-"Coronado 9"


training nurse at Coco Solo Hospital. Back row, from
left: David C. Mellhenny, Administrative Officer; Debra
Polite, Brenda Morrison, Jane Geer, Sonia Rivera, and
Colonel Bradley. Judy McLain, who participated in the
Pink Girl program and will receive her Pink Girl certi-
ficate, was not present for the photograph.


BLOOD BANK


HONOR ROLL

GORGAS HOSPITAL
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
F6lix Almanza
Guillermo E. Cafina
Frank M. Cambridge
Robert Cleveland
Jos6 Cocio
Rodolfo E. Davis
Venancio Figueroa
Gerald L. Fox
H6ctor Gonzilez
Dan Hurley
Martin Hurtado
Lawrence Ismay
Beverly Ann Layne
Enrique B. MArquez
Nicomedes Hidalgo
Gale A. O'Connell
Bienvenido Ortega
Octavio Ortega
Manuel L. Rodriguez
Cleveland A. Small
Owen W. Smith
Eulalio Urrutia
MARINE BUREAU
Lewis F. Braden
Desmond E. Brathwaite
Francis B. Dacey
William Henderson
John E. Winkhosky II
OFFICE OF
THE COMPTROLLER
Joan V. Corliss
Ram6n L. Ruona
William A. Wichmann
Gilberto Young
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Hermel Barrios
Modesto Diaz
Pablo Vibero
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Louise Caldwell
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Monzell E. Huckabay
OTHERS
Luna de Castro
Edmundo Chandler
Walter Korth, Jr.
Arleen W. Osborn



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


FRIDAY, AUGUST 9
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Andy Griffith"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Million Dollar Legs"
5:30-Flying Fisherman
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Pentagon Forum
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:
"Rio Grande"
10;50-Focus on Today
11:15-"My Little Margie"
(Repeat)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
2:00-Parade of Sports
4:40-Pentagon Forum (Repeat)
5:10-The American Sportsman
6:00-Weekend'68
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"The Big Operator"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Lawrence Welk Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-4-Star Anthology
9:35-Hollywood Talent Scouts
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Late Movie:
"Monster From the Ocean
Floor"



CONCERT PLANNED

BY ST. JOSEPH'S
Stafford Edwards, Christopher
Cox, and Dorita Green will be
soloists in the concert being given
4 p.m., August 11, at the Paraiso
Play Shelter by the members of the
St. Joseph's Adult Choir.
Other featured performers will be
Ellis Fawcett, Jr. and Carlos Marti-
nez, violinists; and Patricia Lavalas
and Daisy Campbell, elocutionists.
The concert "An Evening with
Friends" will be given by the mem-
bers of the Choir under the direction
of Mrs. Dorothy Brooks.
Tickets will be available at the
door at $1 for adults and 50 cents
for children.


DID YOU KNOW . There has
been an old superstition that plants
would consume enough oxygen or
release sufficient carbon dioxide to
be harmful to occupants of a bed-
room in which they were placed.
This is not so, as was noted after a
few calculations on the respiration
of plants and dimensions of a typical
bedroom revealed the absurdity of
the myth. Assuming the worst pos-
sible conditions, with no ventilation
and very large quantities of plant
tissue, house plants could in no way
consume sufficient oxygen or release
sufficient carbon dioxide to harm a
sleeper. (From The Corgas Hospital
Bulletin.)


Mrs. Chase Attends


Dance Convention


Dorothy Chase of Balboa, left the
Isthmus last week, to attend the
84th National Dance Masters of
America convention in New York
City.
The leading teachers in each
field of dancing will meet at this
convention, held this year at the
Statler Hilton Hotel in New York for
1 week, starting August 3. They
will demonstrate new and improved
methods of instruction, and there will
be an exchange of ideas, the latest in
choreography and the newest dance
music.
All the members take an active part
in the convention, impart their own
knowledge and experiences as well
as benefit by the teaching of others.
Planned workshops and clinics play
an important part. The Dance
Masters of America certify only
those teachers with the knowledge
and concept of dancing that their
high standards require.
Upon her return to the Isthmus,
Mrs. Chase will hold registration for
classes, which are scheduled to begin
September 4. Registration will be
held at the new Dorothy Chase
Studio of Dance, Building 0910.
Amador Road, beginning August 24
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will
continue August 26-30 from 2 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
Classes to be offered are: Beginners
from age 4, intermediate and ad-
vanced ballet, tap, toe, tumbling, and
modern jazz. For the first time a class
in tumbling for boys and a special
modem jazz class for young men will
be offered.
Mrs. Chase has been presented a


Distinguished Service Award for her
work on behalf of Special Education
for Handicapped Children. Her danc-
ing school's closing program last year
benefitted this program in excess of
$1,000.


Dorothy Chase


Week Beginning Saturday,
August 3, 1968

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:05 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Point Blank (A)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-The Best Of Everything
(A)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Spy In The Green
Hat (AY)
Fri., 6:30, 8:00 p.m.-Many Rivers To
Cross (AYC)

DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Sat.-The Defector (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-91 mins.)-
Hold On (AY)
Sun.-Mon.-Valley Of The Dolls (A)
Tues.-Garden Of Evil (AY)
Wed.-Sex And The Single Girl (A)
Thurs.-Ocean's Eleven (A)
Fri.-Sullivan's Empire (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Marco Polo
The Magnificent (AY)

GAMBOA
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Racers (AYC)
Sun.-Garden Of Evil (AY)
Tues.-Ocean's Eleven (A)
Wed.-Valley Of The Dolls (A)
Fri.-Your Cheatin' Heart (AY)

COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Operation Kid Brother (AY)
Mon.-Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed (A)
Tues.-For A Few Dollars More (A)
Wed.-Night People (AYC)
Thurs.-Battle Beneath The Earth (AY)
Fri.-Speedway (AY)

MARGARITA *
Sat., 6:30 p.m.-The Power (A)
Sat., 9:00 p.m.-Helicopter Spies (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-82 mins.)-
Gorgo (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Cool Hand Luke (A)
Tues.-Days Of Wine And Roses (A)
Wed.-Holiday For Lovers (AY)
Thurs.-The Ugly American (AYC)
Fri.-The Racers (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The Law
And Jake Wade (AY)

GATUN
Sat.-Desk Set (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-123
mins.)-Harry Black And The Tiger
(AYC)
Sun.-A Matter Of Innocence (A)
Tues.-The Ugly American (AYC)
Thurs.-The Defector (AY)
Fri.-Holiday For Lovers (AY)


Special Matinees
(R), AYC or as Listed ****
Saturday, August 3, 1968

BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
At War With The Army-Dcan Martin,
Jcrry Lewis: A riotous tale of Army lif,


laugh-packed from start to finish. (SIT.)
T-98 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
The Big Circus-Victor Mature, Red But-
tons: The glamour of circus thrills, with
romance under the "Big Top" and a
daring stunt over Niagara Falls. (Color.)
T-115 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Destination Gobi-Richard Widmark, Don
Taylor: Technicolor adventure thriller
laid in the wilds of the Gobi desert.
(SIT) T-95 mins.
COCO SOLO
2:00 p.m.
Arrow In The Dust-Sterling Hayden,
Coleen Gray: A drama of a wagon
train under attack by Indians. (Color.)
T-86 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Last Of The Mohicans-Fast-moving, excit-
ing, outdoor melodrama dealing with
the fight between French troops and
Huron Indian tribe assisted by the
British Army. (SIT.) T-96 mins.

GATUN
2:00 p.m.
World Without Sun-Documentary. Earth's
first "Oceanauts" . in the best
feature-length documentary film. (Color.)
T-100 mins.
OA1l 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.



Choir Director Needed

WANTED: A community choir
director.
The community choir members will
be vocalists of the Army, Navy, Air
Force, and Marines together with
civilians from the Canal Zone and
from Panama, of college age and up.
The community choir director's
position is a voluntary one.
Further information concerning the
position opening may be obtained by
contacting Tech. Sgt. Darrell Webb,
Command Chaplain's Office, Hlead-
quarters USAFSO, Albrook AFB,
86-4133.


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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.


At The Movies







August 2, 1968


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


.!


Promoted-The insignia of a lieutenant colonel is pinned to the shoulders of
Lt. Col. Lowell G. Yadon, center, orthopedic surgeon at Gorgas Hospital, in a
ceremony held in the Office of the Director of Gorgas Hospital. At left is Mrs.
Yadon and at right, Col. Lawrence M. Jackson, Director, Gorgas Hospital.


ANNIVERSARIES
(On the basis of total Federal Service)

20 Years
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Marian D. Bowen
Secretary-Stenography
OFFICE OF
THE COMPTROLLER
Morris Waxman
Rates Analyst
MARINE BUREAU
Rafael A. Lascano
Motor Launch Operator
Pedro A. Berri R.
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Carlos G. Vega R.
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Jorge A. Fuentes
Motor Launch Operator
Hermnnel Ortiz
Motor Launch Operator
Francis E. Bethune
Cement Finisher (Limited)
Alfred D. Thompson
Helper Lock Operator
Donaldson Walcott
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Federico Garcia
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Billy P. Gooch
Associate Supervisory Inspector
(Boilermaking)
William T. Lyons
Pilot
Girard A. Walsh
Towing Locomotive Operator
(Locks)
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Josd R. Perez S.
Stevedore
Calvin E. Ewin
Stevedore
Dorothy J. Lacroix
Accounting Clerk
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Jos6 del C. Quintana
Grounds Maintenance Equipment
Operator
Rosa J. Butterfield
Utility Worker
Pedro Batista C.
Garbage Collector
Walwin Hoy
Guard
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Evan C. McQueen
Seaman
Hylton J. Young
Electrician
George W. Rae
Master, Towboat
James R. McCanick
Lead Foreman Sheetmetal
Worker
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Albert E. Stevens
Maintenanceman
HEALTH BUREAU
Pastor Chavez R.
Biological Aid
Dorothy A. Quintero
Psychiatric Nurse
Evelyn R. Koperski
Public Health Nurse
Edna T. Karpinski
Supervisory Clinical Nurse

Keep your cool, hothead, or freeze
your hate.

Truth is stranger than fiction and
doubly difficult to find.


novel about Arkansas and the Indian
Territory in the 1880's. A 14-year-
old girl, Mattic Ross, sets out to
avenge the shooting of her father by
a drunken outlaw, and persuades a
tough U.S. Marshal to accompany


Scholarship Won

By Employee of

Housing Branch
Francisco Villegas Ch., an assistant
in housing projects, Housing Branch,
Community Services Division, has
received a scholarship from the Dutch
Government to study industrial eco-
nomics at Bouwcentrum in Rotter-
dam, Holland. He won the scholar-
ship on a competitive basis through
IFAHRU, the Institute for the Devel-
opment and Utilization of Man-
power.
The duration of the scholarship is
for a period of 6 month's study with
a possible 6-month extension. The
course is to be conducted in English.
Villegas was born in Panama in
March 1940 and attended Instituto
Pan Americano, Institute Justo Aro-
semena, and Panama University
where he received a bachelor of -arts
in Public Administration in 1967. He
has studied English extensively.
His career with the Panama Canal
organization began February 1966
when he was employed as a student
apprentice in the Personnel Bu-
reau's Cooperative Education Pro-
gram which gives special employ-
ment opportunities to students of
Pannama University and the Univer-
sity of Santa Maria La Antigua.
(Photo in Spanish section.)

Don B. Ziperman Named
To Ind. U. Dean's List
Don B. Ziperman, son of Panama
Canal Health Director Col. H. Has-
kell Ziperman and Mrs. Ziperman,
has been named to the Dean's List at
Indiana University where he is a
pre-med student.
Zipennan, who is spending the
summer vacation with his parents in
Ancon, is working as a student assist-
ant at the Water and Laboratories
Branch in Miraflores.


her. What happens to Mattie and the
Marshal and to the gang of outlaws
unfortunate enough to tangle with
her is told in a cheerful and
refreshing style.


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I usually don't like true stories,
because the person that tells them
to you generally says, "Now this is
a true story," as though the truth
might have something to do with
whether the story is any good or not.
Personally, I prefer an honest lie-
well-told and completely bereft of
the burden of fact. So don't let any
truth in the following bother you; it's
still not a,bad story:
There are on the Isthmus, among
others, two shipping agencies, C. B.
Fenton and C. Fernie & Co. Recently,
a new bulk carrier named Fernie
arrived at the Canal for transit. No-
shipping agent Fernie did not repre-
sent the Fernie; Fenton did. Fernie
didn't think this was very funny but
Fenton did. Fernie is crestfallen, and
Fenton is giggling with toxic glee,
knowing that Fernie looked funny
without its own Fernie going through
the funnel. (Just fate, Fernie.)
0 *
Rolando Linares tells us he had the
privilege of speaking to "... one
of the sweetest student assistants the
other day, Joan DeLapp." Rolando,
you lover, you. Next you'll be hold-
ing her hand ,and sending her heart-
shaped empanadas.
Somebody says there is nothing
so-so about Windy Sasso who, be-
sides being an expert on business at
the Coco Solo Commissary, runs 4
miles to work every morning. He's
either trying to live up to his name
or should get up earlier.
To Mr. Anonymous, who keeps
writing for information about student
assistants (this lad is relentless): there
is a lovely lass who recently won a
trip to Costa Rica in the lottery. You
may be able to share her lot if I can
get her flight number for you, but
first you must drum up the courage
to send me your address. Perhaps you
can stow away on the plane and pass
notes to her in Sanskrit.
If you can't write Sanskrit, don't


confusion and violence of the war
and the strange people they meet,
choices grow difficult and the issues
unclear. This is a fast moving long
novel with plenty of action.
How To Fix Almost Everything by
Stanley Schuler does just what the
title promises-it tells you how to
mend, clean, refurbish, and repair
most of the things in and around a
house. Arranged in dictionary fashion,
this book contains helpful advices on
"air-conditioners" to "zippers." An
extra section on basic methods in-
cludes how to mix concrete, how to
paint, and how to cope with termites.
Or I'll Dress You in Mourning is
a new book by Larry Collins and
Dominique Lapierre, authors of the
best-seller "Is Paris Burning." It is
the story of the matador, El Cor-
dob6s, an idolized figure of the corri-
da and also a symbol of the new
Spain. The background reveals the
slow emergence of Spanish society
from the after effects of the Civil
War and the rule of Franco.
True Grit by Charles Portis is a


worry; she can't read it either. Try
High Aramaic. It has as many poetic
spangles as Spanglish. (When you're
lent a lentejuela, fellah, you can tellah
anything and she'll believe it.)
0 0 a
To all of you anonymous senders-in
of material: I'm through with you-
not because I don't love you anymore
but your copy is dangerous. If a letter
bears a bona fide signature and
address, we assume you're not trying
to give somebody the Italian water
torture. Otherwise, we have no
inkling as to your intent. So please
sign your name, or at least mark an
"x" and have it notarized.
o 0 0
There is an absolutely vicious rumor
running around loose that this column
is written by a computer. I can assure
you it is not. Any machine putting
out such copy would be committed
immediately, whereas I, unable even
to program my budget, am permitted
to do so on the premise that the sur-
vival of journalism depends on the
Darwinian law of Survival of the
Faddist.
And while computers do write,
there is a question as to whether they
or I shall 'become passing fads first.
Right now it may be they're leading.
The last time a computer lapped a
lip around the translation of, "The
spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
from English to Russian, it cane out,
"The vodka is strong but the meat is
rotten."
Highly inaccurate. I would have
said, "The spirit is thrilling, so throw
out the spoiled steak, cancel the
caterer, dynamite the computer, and
never forget that old IBM-707 trans-
lation of a well-known English
proverb into Russian, "A rolling bird
gathers no worms."
That's the last caw.
(Send your items to "It's No Se-
cret," Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.)

CORRECTION
The SPILLWAY committed two
errors in a photo caption in the issue
of July 26. It identified Capt. Andrew
Stohrer, Captain of the Balboa Port,
as Capt. Arthur L. Logan, who is
Senior Assistant Port Captain in Bal-
boa. It erroneously elevated Captain
Logan to Captain Stohrer's job. The
caption referred to a photo intro-
ducing a new Panama Canal pilot.
SPILLWAY regrets the errors.



CZC Announces


Tryouts for


Cheerleaders
The Canal Zone College Athletic
Division announces its annual selec-
tion of cheerleaders. The first day
of tryouts is August 27 at 10:30
a.m. in the college gym. The re-
quirements for eligibility are S.A.
membership, a "C" average, and a
sense of coordination. Experience is
not necessary.
The reason for the early start is
due to the Jamboree game which is


MII I lMI MM l I s' ichedulcd for September 20. This
"Sleeping Beauty," the children's theatre presentation of the Theatre Guild, IVives the cheerleaders less than 1
will be presented August 9 through August 17 at the Ancon Playhouse. There month to, prepare for the first game.
will be two Saturday matinees, one Sunday matinee, and the evening per- eligible ar urged
formances will start at 7 p.m. as a convenience for young theatergoers. g. irls w core (ligle ar' ur e
"Sleeping Beauty" is entirely double-cast. Jenny Osborn, left, is Queen; ttt So come n out and help
Ray Palmer, center, King; and Kerry Plencner, right, a Princess. cheer the Devils to victory!


Page 3


Dr. Franklin R. Hayden, new med-
ical officer on the Coco Solo Hospital
Outpatient clinic staff, arrived on the
Isthmus recently from Conneautville;
Pa., where he had been in private
practice. He is a graduate of the
University of Maryland where he
received a doctor of medicine degree
in 1960



BROWSilnG

COLLECTIOnf
By Emily J. Price

Fifteen Flags by Ric Hardman is
a novel about the American troops
that were sent to Siberia after World
War I to take part in the Russian
Civil War of 1918-20, a conflict
in which troops from 15 countries
fought. The story centers on two
young .H...-r, given the task of pro-
tecting the Trans-Siberian Railroad.
As they become involved with the


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TIE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


August 2, 1968


Incentive



Winners

(Continufed from p. 1)

lyn L. Ilolgerson, Tolls Study, two
suggestions; Chi.:uita C. Cassibry
and Richard A. IIern, both of Tolls
Study; Justin J. Bonanno, Navigation
Division, and Boyd W. Ferry, Main-
tenance Division, cosuggestors; Ray
D. Wilson, Engineering Division;
Mary J. Ward, Personnel Bureau;
Bertha I. Frensley, Office of Comp-
troller, two suggestions; Clois C.
Duffic, Maintenance Division; Cerald
H. Halsall, Civil Affairs Bureau;
Albert D. Farrell, Supply Division;
John E. Sholund, Jr., Electrical Divi-
sion; Coulborne L. Phillips, Admin-
istrative Services Division; Arnold
Hamilton, Supply Division; Mario L.
Fibrega, Accounting Division; Juan
FernAndez V., Administrative Serv-
ices Division; Lilia C. Romero,
Schools Division; and A. I. Bauman,
Community Services Division.

Atlantic Side Awards
Two $25 incentive awards for
accepted suggestions were presented
Carl R. Kinsman of the Terminals
Division and seven other awards of
$15 each were presented Atlantic
side Canal employees in the July 31
awards ceremony.
Kinsman's award-winning sugges-
tions were for revision of the Termi-
nals Division delivery shortage form,
and for revision of the subsequent
delivery form.
The $15 incentive awards were
presented to: V. James Cimaroli, of
the Locks Division; Thomas V. Frost,
Locks Division; Charles E. Leves, In-
dustrial Division and William Coffey,
Police Division, cosuggestors; Robert
R. Hill, SS Cristobal; and Eusebio
Ortiz and Lorenzo Holder, co-
suggestors.


Oil Paintings

Will Be Shown

At El Panama

Pachita Crespi's oil paintings,
which have been shown in London,
New York, Baltimore, Washington,
and in many Central and South
American cities, will be exhibited
August 12-15 in the Portobello Salon
of El Panama Hotel. The exhibition
will be inaugurated August 12 at 8
p.m., and then will be open to the
public daily from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
Miss Crespi was born in Costa Rica.
The Crespi family originally came
from the Milan area of Italy and from
the 17th century has produced out-
standing artists.
The artist says she's been painting
since she was 3/2, and over the years
has studied with many famous
teachers. She had her own gallery on
Madison Avenue, New York City,
for 18 years and many of her works
are included in private collections.
During a present stay in Panama,
Miss Crespi conducted art classes in
Panama City and in the Canal Zone.


PINK SLIP POWER
The automobile is a tremendous
factor in the American economy. So
is credit. It was not too unusual, then,
when the collection clerk at the de-
partment store received the following
note:
"Enclosed is last payment on my
new television set. Please send me
the pink slip."
0o a 0

REALLY A SUPER-MAID
"We have no children," explained
Mrs. Von Rich to a new, highly
prized maid. "Consequently, there
isn't too much noise in my home."
"I don't mind kids making noise,"
returned the superior maid, "so
don't deprive yourself with the mister
on my account."


"Camelot" to Premier


In UF Film Festival


"Camelot," one of the most beauti-
ful filns to be produced recently, has
been selected by the Canal Zone
United Fund Filh Festival Com-
mittee as the first of three premiere
showings of superior quality pictures
in the Canal Zone theaters as fund-
raising activities.
The musical drama based on the
romantic legend of King Arthur of
England, the lovely Guenevere, and
Sir Lancelot, is superbly played by
Richard Harris as King Arthur,
Vanessa Redgrave as Guenevere, and
Franco Nero is the handsome Lan-
celot. A talented supporting cast


Carefree Course
(Continued from p. 1)
loading drums of fuel oil aboard his
craft, took time out to express his
thanks for the treatment he had re-
ceived at the Canal. "People go out
of their way to make things easier
here," he said. "We try not to ask for
help but we appreciate it when it is
offered."


1


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'N ..'s'


makes the film most impressive
entertainment.
"Camelot" is adapted from the
Broadway production of the same
name-one of the all-time great
musicals-which thrilled thousands
during its long run on the Great
White Way.
The picture will be shown at the
Balboa Theater, Tuesday, August 20;
at Paraiso, Wednesday, August 21;
Rainbow City, Thursday, August 22;
and at the Coco Solo Theater, Friday,
August 23.
Admission in the U.S. community
theaters is $2 for adults and $1 for
children under 12. In the Latin
American community theaters, prices
will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for
children under 12 years of age.
For tickets, send a money order
or check to Film Festival Committee,
Box 2003, Balboa, C.Z. Tickets also
will be available on the night
"Camelot" is shown. All showings
are at 7 p.m., except at the Balboa
Theater, where show time is 7:30
p.m.


I PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS


EXECUTIVE PLANNING STAFF
Isabel E. Muiioz, Clerk-Typist, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Community
Services Division, to Cargo Classifier
(Typing).
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DIVISION
Printing Plant
Ruby L. Anglin, File Clerk to Clerk.
Teonilda I. de Peiia, Printing Clerk
(Typing) to Supervisory Printing Clerk.
Dolores M. Ladrdn de Guevara, Clerk-
Typist to Printing Clerk (Typing).
PANAMA CANAL
INFORMATION OFFICE
Morgan E. Goodwin, Writer-Editor to
Supervisory Writer-Editor (Press Officer).
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
Manuel Catzoela, Jr., Student Assistant,
Civil Affairs Bureau, Division of Schools,
to Student Assistant.
Jaime E. Ayala, Birbara Barsallo, EAM
Operator, Personnel Bureau, to Data
Processing Division.
Accounting Division
Linda L. Hughes, Clerk-Typist to Claims
Clerk (Typing), Claims Branch.
Manassa Garrick, Bookkeeping Machine
Operator to Bookkeeping Machine Oper-
ator Supervisor.
Helen M. Tomford, Payroll Clerk, Payroll
Branch, to Payroll Control Assistant.
Evelyn S. Barrett, Computer Technician,
Data Processing Division, to Payroll
Clerk, Payroll Branch.
MARINE BUREAU
Zenaida V. Torres, Clerk Stenographer,
Motor Transportation Division, to Office
of the Director.
Navigation Division
Madeleine M. DeRaps, Time and Leave
Supervisor.
Eugene I. Askew, Admeasurer to Super-
visory Admeasurer.
Rodolfo T. Selles, Linehandler (Deckhand)
to Seaman (Launch).
H6ctor A. Burrowes, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee) to Clerk.
Gilbert A. Smith, Position Classification
Specialist, Personnel Bureau-Opera-
tions Division, Wages and Classification
Branch, to Admeasurer Assistant.
William Nieves, Towing Locomotive Oper-
ator (Locks), Marine Bureau, Locks
Division, to Master, Towhoat.
Benjamin E. Favorite, Customs Inspector,
Civil Affairs Bureau-Customs Division,
to Admeasurer Assistant.
Industrial Division
Jos6 A. Phillips, Helper Machinist to
Painter (Maintenance).
Ervine D. Moore, Clerk to Purchasing
Agent.
Locks Division
Robert G. Ilaynes, Welder, Engineering
and Construction Bureau-Dredging
Division, to Lock Operator (Ironworker-
Welder).
Richard T. Baltozer, Leader Operator
(Machinist) to Lead Foreman (Lock
Operations).
Walter F. Jarvis, Donald J. Grimm, Leroy
B. Wilson, Jr., Charles F. Stanley,
Leader Lock Operator (Electrician) to
Control House Operator.
Joseph M. Bateman, Leader Lock Operator
(Machinist) to Lead Foreman (Lock
Operations).
Oliver G. Paterson, Arthur J. Willis, Lock
Operator (Machinist) to Leader Lock
Operator (Machinist).
Ernest C. Van Horn, Raymond L. Rowley,
Control Iouse Operator to Lead Fore-
man (Lock Operations).
William J. Millar, Victor R. Enyart,
Edward F. Clarke, Machinist to Lock
Operator (Machinist).
William M. Hagler, Ralph N. Parker, Jr.,
Donald R. Chaney, Murray C. Walker,
Lock Operator (Electrician) to Leader
Lock Operator (Electrician).
Robert T. Tweedy, Towing Locomotive
Operator (Locks) to Lock Operator
(Operating Engineer-Hoisting Equip-
ment).
Lloyd E. Choquette, Electrician to Lock
Operator (Electrician).
June A. Stevenson, Secretary (Stenography)
to Personnel Clerk.
William O. Cofer, Administrative Assistant
to Administrative Officer.
Luis del Rosario, Boatman (Locks) to
Towing Locomotive Operator (Locks-
Limited).
Jerald S. Burke, Clerk to Time and
Leave Clerk.
Luis Stephens, James A. Scantlebury,


Juliin R. McZeno, Ricaurte Lombardo,
Linehandler to Helper Lock Operator.
Joshua H. Chapman, Melhado Smith,
David A. Timpson, Helper Lock Oper-
ator to Boatman (Locks).
Nahaman Brown, Allan L. Grenald, Juan
Segundo, Jose G. Alvarez, Zoilo Ro-
driguez, Felix J. Walker, Jos6 R. King,
Feliciano Ortega, Fernando P. Merino,
Linehandler to Boatman (Locks).
Clarence S. Spence, Helper Lock Oper-
ator to Lead Foreman (Operations-
Lock Wall).
Luther J. Alston, Daniel G. Greene Roge-
lio A. Brown, Cargo Marker, Trans-
portation and Terminals Bureau-Ter-
minals Division, to Learner (Line-
handler), Class 1.
Norman Blanford, Sales Store Checker,
Supply and Community Service Bureau-
Supply Division, to Clerk.
Juan V. Gonzilez, Bowling Alley Attend-
ant, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, Supply Division to Learner
(Linehandler), Class 1.
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Terminals Division
Donald C. Parker, General Foreman (Fuel
Operations) to Chief Foreman (Fuel
Operations).
Walter L. Ilund, Lead Foreman (Fuel
Operations) to General Foreman (Fuel
Operations.
Jimmie Scott, Lead Foreman (Dock Steve-
doring) to Lead Foreman (Ship Steve-
doring).
Joseph H. Gray, Cargo Clerk to Cargo
Control Clerk.
Railroad Division
Luis A. Zelaya, Towing Locomotive Oper-
ator (Locks), Marine Bureau-Locks Di-
vision, to Yard Locomotive Engineer,
Road Locomotive Engineer.
Motor Transportation Division
Guillermo Alvarado, Scrap Materials Sort-
er, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, Division of Storehouses, to
Truckdriver.
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICES BUREAU
Supply Division
John M. White, Road Locomotive Engi-
neer, Yard Locomotive Engineer, Trans-
portation and Terminals Bureau-Rail-
road Division, to Optical Shop Techni-
cian.
Raymond H. Watson, Bowling Center
Instructor to Bowling Center Supervisor.
Andrew J. McCoy, Cafeteria Manager to
Food Supervisor.
Orlan H. Betcher, Food Supervisor to
Bakery Products Plant Manager.
Lynn C. O'Connell, Catherine E. Filo,
Usher (Theaters) to Ticket Seller (Bal-
boa Theater).
Angela M. Azcsirraga, Stenographic and
Typing Unit Supervisor to Administra-
tive Services Assistant.
Pauline Kaplan, Sales Store Department
Manager (General) to Service Center
Manager.
Eliseo GonzAlez, Laborer (Heavy) to
Laborer (Heavy-Cold Storage).
Carlos Alvarado, Donald C. Escalona,
Grocery Attendant to Sales Store Clerk.
Llewellyn J. Bowen, Warehouseman to
Stockman.
James Dryden, Food Service Worker to
Meat Wrapper.
Ricardo Ortegas, Laborer to Assistant
Baker.
Verney W. Wilson, Sales Store Clerk to
Supervisory Sales Store Clerk.
Cristin T. Small, Food Service Worker to
Counterwoman.
Eustace E. Waisome, Food Service Worker
to Warehouseman (Cold Storage).
John R. Carrington, Leader Utility Worker
to Sales Store Clerk.
Heliodoro Gonzilez, Food Service Worker
to Truckdriver.
Jerrilynn Hunt, Student Assistant, Civil
Affairs Bureau-Division of Schools, to
Supply and Community Service Bureau-
Supply Division.
Community Service Division
Silvia S. Rice, Clerk to Time and Leave
Clerk (Typing).
Alberto L. Thompson, Lead Foreman
Laborer (Cleaner) to General Foreman
Laborer (Cleaner).
Division of Storehouses
Mary H. Foster, Supervisory General Sup-
ply Assistant to Supervisory General
Supply Specialist.
Jos6 I. Abrego, Laborer (Hleavy) to High
Lift Truck Operator.


George A. Jackman, Leader Stockman to
Supply Clerk.
Gordon B. Gordon, Stockman to Leader
Stockman.
Clifford Fields, Warehouseman to Stock-
man.
Clifford Jemmott, Leader (Materials-
Handling) to Lead Foreman Stockman.
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Dredging Division
Charles R. Gibson, Leader Electrician
(Lineman) to Lead Foreman Electrician.
Arnold S. Hudgins, Lead Foreman Elec-
trician to General Foreman Electrician
(Lineman).
Chester H. Steffanides, Engineer, Dredge,
to Assistant Chief Engineer, Pipeline
Dredge, Class 1.
Camillus T. Askew, Operator, Dipper
Dredge, to Assistant Master, Pipeline
Dredge, Class 1.
Linda P. Swenson, Clerk-Stenographer to
Accounting Clerk (Stenography).
Leonardo Robinson, Seaman (Launch) to
Motor Launch Operator.
Maintenance Division
Barbara A. Dedeaux, Clerk-Stenographer,
Civil Affairs Bureau-Police Division,
to Clerical Assistant (Stenography).
George A. McArthur, Supervisory Me-
chanical Engineer (General), Dredging
Division, to Maintenance Engineer.
John C. Gogswell, Machinist (Marine),
Marine Bureau-Industrial Division, to
Water System Operator.
Edward M. Kennedy, Supervisory Main-
tenance Engineer (District Engineer,
Atlantic District), to Supervisory Main-
tenance Engineer (District Engineer).
Robert C. Herrington, General Foreman
(Public Works) to Chief Foreman (Pub-
lic Works.
Le6nidas Iturralde, Carpenter to Lead
Foreman (Quarters Maintenance).
Beverly A. Layne, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee) to Clerk Typist.
Guy J. Alexander, Helper Refrigeration
and Air-Conditioning Mechanic to Oiler.
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Dorothy P. Clift, Clerk-Typist to Property
Record Clerk.
Irene A. de Alenuin, Clerk-Stenographer,
Electrical Division, to Secretary (Stenog-
raphy).
Construction Division
Richard L. Johnston, Sales Store Manager,
Supply and Community Service Bureau-
Supply Division, to Construction In-
spector (General).
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Library-Museum
Jacqueline Gold, Telephone Operator,
Engineering and Construction Bureau-
Electrical Division, to Library Aid.
Police Division
Joseph M. Corso, Detective to Police
Sergeant.
Walter E. Trout, Police Sergeant to Police
Lieutenant.
John H. Engelke, Andrew M. Wright, Jr.,
Joseph T. Grills, Jr., Police Private to
Detective.
Division of Schools
Eyda N. Luque, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee) to Clerk-Typist.
HEALTH BUREAU
Gorgas Hospital
Neva P. Hunt, Donald 0. Roseman, Rober-
to M. Afere, Gerardo Reyes, Henry
Simmons, Evelyn Campbell, Stephen S.
Moore, Rosa M. Kirven, Catherine A.
Stuart, Judith A. Roberts, Josephine L.
Inniss, 'T.. :i .i: assistant to Nursing
Assistant .1 ....... and Surgery).
Cynthia I. Jordan, Clerk-Stenographer to
Secretary (Stenography).
Coco Solo Hospital
Muriel D. Mizrachi, Clerk-Stenographer
to Secretary (Stenography).
OTHERS
Margaret M. King, Secretary (Stinography),
Office of the Governor-President.
John A. Forte, Shipment Clerk, Panama
Canal Company, Office of the Comp-
troller, Accounting Division, New Or-
leans Office.
Yolanda del C. A. de Canfield, Clerk-
Stenographer, Office of the Comptroller,
Budget and Bates l)ivision.
Frank R. Brown, Office Draftsman, Office
of the Comptroller, Budget and iates
Division.
Robert L. Snyder, Auditor, Office of the
Comptroller, General Audit Division.


Roy A. Hall, Jr., Chief Engineer, Tow-
boat, Marine Bureau-Navigation Divi-
sion.
Paul H. Hurst, Marine Traffic Controller
Assistant, Marine Bureau--Navigation
Division.
Oscar O. Brown, Jr., Phillip F. Whitney,
Richard W. Thompson, Supervisory
Marine Traffic Controller, Marine Bu-
reau-Navigation Division.
Robert L. Rankin, Adrien M. Bouche, Jr.,
Lawrence J. Keegan, Robert G. Orvis,
Gerald W. Coffey, Marine Traffic Shed-
uler, Marine Bureau-Navigation Divi-
sion.
Sharon L. Schmidt, Secretary (Stenog-
raphy), Marine Bureau-Locks Division.
Le6nidas San' Martin, Boatman (Locks),
Marine Bureau-Locks Division.
Carlos Miranda, Andr6s Pdrez, Lead Fore-
man (Operations-Lock Wall), Marine
Bureau-Locks Division.
Victor M. Luscap, Time and Leave Clerk,
Marine Bureau-Locks Division.
Louis U. Tugwell, Vicente A. Ara, Robert
W. Facey, Helper Lock Operator,
Marine Bureau-Locks Division.
Caleb A. Allen, Richard J. Holder, Ernesto
M. Weeks, Time and Leave Clerk,
Marine Bureau-Locks Division.
F6lix Macias, Helper Lock Operator,
Marine Bureau--Locks Division.
George W. Brathwaite, Jr., Alfonso A.
Whyte, Learner (Liquid Fuels Wharf-
man, Transportation and Terminals
Bureau-Terminals Division.
Winston F. Davis, Melbourne P. Thomp-
son, Learner (Stevedore), Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau-Terminals
Division.
Diane G. Roscoe, Clerk-Stenographer,
Supply and Community Service Bureau-
Office of the Director.
Ricardo A. James, Learner (Warehouse-
man), Supply and Community Service
Bureau-Supply Division.
Carlos R. Maloney, Learner (Grocery
Attendant), Supply and Community
Service Bureau-Supply Division.
Petronella Osborne, Linton G. Roberts,
Clerk, Supply and Community Service
Bureau-Supply Division.
Leonard I. Sealey, Supply Clerk, Supply
and Community Service Bureau--Supply
Division.
Mario A. Julio, Student Trainee (Retail
Store Management), Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau-Supply Division.
Alfred L. Bullen, Learner (Warehouse-
man), Supply and Community Service
Bureau-Division of Storehouses.
Raquel D. Lam, Clerk-Stenographer, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau-
Electrical Division.
Vernon L. Dahlhoff, Supervisory Electrical
Engineering Technician (Supervisor,
Southern District, Electrical Work
Branch), Engineering and Construction
Bureau-Electrical Division.
Allen R. Briem, Master, Small Tug, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau-
Dredging Division.
Edward H. Neville, Jr., Hydraulic En-
gineering Technician, Engineering and
Construction Bureau-Engineering Divi-
sion.
Henry A. Tooke, Supervisory, Sanitary
Engineer (Chief, Water and Lahora-
tories Branch), Engineering and Con-
struction Bureau-Maintenance Division.
Ricardo A. Mock, Civil Engineer, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau-
Construction Division.
Frank E. Hirt, Finance Branch Superin-
tendent, Civil Affairs Bureau-Postal
Division.
Flor M. Rivera, Clerk-Typist (Stenographer
Trainee), Civil Affairs Bureaul-Division
of Schools.
Jimmy R. Givens, Iospital Administrative
Officer, Health Bureau-Office of the
Director.
Major Lowell G. Yadon, Medical Officer
(Orthopedic Surgery), Health Bureau-
Gorgas IHospital.
Dona M. Jones, Clinical Nurse, Health
Bliire'a-Gorgas IHospital.
Nita M. Ramdeen, Yolanda de Monteza,
Operating Boom Nurse, IHealth Bureau-
Corgas Hospital.
Idolly D. Archer, Clerk-Dictating Machine
Transcriber, IHealth Bureau-Corgas
Hospital.
David C. Mcllhenny, Hospital Administra-
tive Officer, Iealth Bureau-Coco Solo
Hospital.
Edna B. Campbell, Supervisory Operating
lloom,Nurse, Ilealth Bureau-Coco Solo
HIospital.
Robert K. Ng, Engineering Draftsman
(General), Dredging Division, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau.


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Page 4


:. ."


Tom McLean, 16, smashed a 31-year record set in 1937 by Olympic swim-
mer Alan Ford and broke another record that had been standing for 14 years
during the Pacific side's first All Comers meet at the Los Rios Swimming
Pool. McLean, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas McLean of Fort Kobbe,
established a new time of 23.5 in the 50-yard freestyle for boys 15 and 16
years of age. The old mark, set by Alan Ford in 1937, was 24.0 for this
event. In the 200-yard freestyle for beys 15 and 16, he set a new time of
2:05.6. The former record for this event was set by Bob Connor in 1954
and his time was 2:05.8. McLean, who is a lifeguard at the Los Rios Pool,
also took first place in the 200-yard individual medley for boys 15 and 16.








EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Spillway


Vol. VII, No. 7 Mds de.50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 2 de Agosto de 1968


Sigue Pagand


Program de
Treinta empleados del Canal, de
los sectors Atlintico y Pacifico del
Istmo, cuyas 33 sugerencias para
mejorar las operaciones de la em-
presa del Canal fueron aceptadas
de acuerdo con el Programa de Pre-
mios de Estimulo, recibieron premios
en efectivo que van de $15 a $600.
El premio mayor, de $600, fue
entregado esta semana, personal-
mente, por el Gobernador W. P.
Leber, junto con felicitaciones espe-
ciales, a Edward T. Mulroy, primer
capataz electricista en la Divisi6n de
Dragas, en la ceremonia del sector
Pacifico que tuvo lugar en la oficna
del Gobernador. La sugerencia de
Mulroy es para eambiar el disefio

El Coronel Wright

Es Nombrado Nuevo

Official de Enlace

El Teniente Coronel Floyd Wright
(foto en la secci6n inglesa), nuevo
Jefe de la Divisi6n de Estudios
Sobre Canal a Nivel y Funcionario
Military de Enlace de la Zona del
Canal, lleg6 recientemente, para
asumir sus nuevas funciones. Reem-
plaza al Teniente Coronel C. R.
Vincent, quien fue destinado al 90
Comando de Logistica en Tailandia.
Nacido en Carolina del Norte, el
Coronel Wright se gradu6 en la
Universidad Clemson, donde obtuvo
su grado de Ingeniero Civil. Recibi6
su grado de Maestria en Ingenieria
Civil en la Universidad de Illinois.
Llega a la Zona del Canal, proce-
dente de Fuerte Stewart, Georgia,
donde fuc comandante del Batall6n
575 de Ingenieria de Construcci6n.
Lo acompafian su esposa y dos hijos.


o Dividendos


Sugerencias
de las boyas transitorias luminosas
de la Divisi6n de Dragas, lo que re- I
sultara en una economic calculada P
en $10.400 el primer afio. Son boyas
rojas conectadas con un cable a lo
largo de la orilla del Corte Gaillard.
Durante la ceremonia del Pacifico, /
24 empleados, con un total de 26
sugerencias aceptadas, recibieron sus
certificados y sus cheques, de manos
del Gobernador Leber. Dos emplea-
das recibieron premios doubles, son
ellas Bertha I. Frensley y Carolyn
L. Holgerson, a cada una de las
cualcs se les acept6 dos sugerencias,
por lo que cada una recibi6 dos
cheques de $15.
La ceremonia del Atlintico tuvo
lugar en la oficina del Capitin Axton
T. Jones, Director de Transporte y
Terminales. El Capitain Jones, en
represcntaci6n del Gobernador Lebor,
entreg6 sus certificados y cheques
a seis empleados por siete sugeren-
cias aceptadas. Carl R. Kinsman re-
cibi6 dos cheques de $25 por dos i
sugerencias aprobadas. ":
Habiendo obtenido Edward T. '
Mulroy el premio mi s alto, por $600, .. .
los siguientes premios de estimulo, -
por sugerencias aceptadas, fueron El Gallardete de la Cruz Verde por
entregados en el sector Pacifico: Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Con
Uno por $35 a Dave E. White, de de Panamn es mostrado con orgullo
la Division de Almhnacenes, por su Seguridad del Almacen de Balboa. El
sugercncia de imprimir el catAlogo boa recibi6 la distinci6n de tener el g
e los aacnes, en paple oo 1la reunion de julio, debido a que en es
e los almacenes, en papel de colors conseguir 2.970.000 horas hombre de
mns bien que en papel blanco. alguna causante de incapacidad. El gi
Otro por $30 fue recibido por
Robert G. Richardson, de la Divisi6n
de Abastos, por sugerir que se reem- POR EL CANAL
plazara las cajas de imbarque cu-
biertas de lona por otras hechas ide
espuma de estiroleno.
John E. Sholund, Jr., de la Divi-
si6n de Electricidad, recibi6 un pre- -
mio de $25, por sugerir presi6n de |
airc de emergencia para el sistema
(Continia en la paigina 4,


Francisco Villegas Ch.

Estudiara en Holanda


Francisco Villegas Ch.


Francisco Villegas Ch., ayudante
de proycotos de urbanizaci6n n nel
Ramo de la Vivienda, estudiarii eco-
nomia industrial en el Bouwcentruin
de Rotterdam, lolanda.
Villegas partirni mianana sabado y
su primer punto de cscala sert Cura-
zao, luego Caracas y despues Lishoa,
Madrid, Zurich y Amsterdam. De
Amsterdamn ini por via terrestre hasta
Rotterdam, su lugar de destino.
EstudiarAi gracias a una bxeca otor-
gada por el Reino Unido de los Paises
Bajos al Cohierno de Panama y que
Villegas obtuvo en concurs sometido
por el Institute para la Formaci6n y
Aprovechlmniento de los Recursos
I lumanos (IFARHU). Su expericncia,
su indices acadcmico y su postgrado
de 2 afios en econonmia en la Univer-
sidad de Panamal, fueron erbditos ex-
celentes para que so Ile otorgara esta
Imagnifica oporhmniidad.


La beca durarA 6 me.cs, prorroga-
bles hasta 6 meses mas, cuando ya
est en IIolanda. El curso de espe-
cializaci6n que tomarA Villegas en
economic industrial, dictado en in-
gI6s, redundarA en positives benefi-
cios para Panama y la Zona del Canal
por los nuevos conocimientos que
traiga a su regreso.
Villegas, panamnein, nacido el 6 de
marzo de 1940, hizo sus studios pri-
markxs en el Instituto Pan Americano
y los secundarios en el Instituto Justo
Aroscmena done obtuvo el titulo de
Bachiller en Cienc:as y llumanidades
y cl 6 de febrero de 1967 se gradu6
de Liccnciado en Administraci6n Pti-
blica en la Universidad de Panama.
Recibi6 el titulo que otorga la Asocia-
ci6n Panameiio-Nortieamericana que
ccrtifica su dominion del ingles, ha
tornado curses adicionales de ingl6s
en la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal y otros, que brinda la Direc-
ciin de Personal para los aprcndices
estudiantiles en el Centro de Adies-
tranmiento.
Entr6 a trabajar a 1 a emprcsa del
Canal de PanamA como aprendiz es-
tudiantil el 17 de feb-rcro de 1966
bajo el Programa de E'ducaci6n Co-
operativa de la Direcci6n de Perso-
nal destinado a ofrecer oportunidades
espcciales de empleo a estudiantes de
la Universidad de PanamuA y de la
Universidad Santa Maria La Anti-
gua. "Me siento orgulloso de haber
sido seleccionado y ser uno de los
primeros en pertenecer a este pro-
grama que esta brindando frutos po-
sitivos", dice Villegas, quien fuec
tambi, n uno de los primers en gra-
dlarse, el 9 de abril de 1967, y obtu-
vo asi la position permanent de ayu-
dante de proyectes dl urbanizaci6n.


Liberia ocup6 el segundo lu-
gar, despu6s de los Estados
Unidos, en el numero de bar-
cos que transitaron el Canal de
Panama durante el afio fiscal
1968 pero los barcos de ban-
dera liberiana ocuparon el pri-
mer lugar en la cantidad de
carga transportada a trav6s del
Canal.
El total de carga que lleva-
ron las 13.199 naves comercia-
les de alto bordo, de 50 nacio-
nes, por el Canal el aiio pasado,
sum6 96.550.165 toneladas lar-
gas, la cifra de carga mAs gran-
de en la historic del Canal y


Velada Cultural

Ofreceran el 1

En Paraiso
Una velada cultural, que promote
ser de gran categoria, ofrecerAn los
miembros de la Iglesia Cat6lica de
San Jose de Paraiso, el domingo 11
de agosto, a partir de las 4 p.m., en
el Sal6n de Actividades de li Escueli
Primaria de Paraiso.
Este event, social y cultural, esta
siendo organizado por el Coro y los
Caballeros del Altar de la mencionada
iglesia.
Estos dos grupos respaldan la can-
didatura de la Srta. Maria Wodclcock
al reinado que las diferentes entida-
des de la iglesia cstan Ilevando a cabo
con el fin de obtener fondos para
ayudar a las diferentes actividades de
beneficio communal.
La Sra. Dorothy Brooks se encar-
garA de dirigir el coro durante este
acto cultural, que incluiri ademias
numeros de m6sica instrumental de
Sgran aceptaci6n en estos mementos.


9u0AU!Y>


Seguridad, de la
nunales del Canal
por el Comiti de
Almacen de Bal-
gallardete, durante
ia unidad se logr6
trabajo sin lesi6n
allardete es entre-


gado rotativamente, dentro de e.sa direcci6n, a las unida-
des que mantienen logros de seguridad. El Almacin de
Balboa, cuyo gerente es W. F. Robinson, es la segunda
unidad que lo recibe. De izquierda a derecha aparecen:
Geraldine McSween, Samuel Toppin, Marcus Grannum,
Elliot Brathwaite, Hepburn Barber, Earl Kelly, Gilberto
Da Costa y Agnes Whittingham.


'rimero en Barcos y


Cantidad (


fue el quinto afio consecutive
en que se establecen marcas.
De este total, 21.253.720 to-
neladas largas correspondieron
a 1.543 barcos de bandera libe-
riana. El primer puesto en el
numero de barcos lo ocup6 Es-
tados Unidos con 1.647 trAnsi-
tos durante el afio. Los barcos
estadounidenses, sin embargo,
ocuparon el cuarto lugar en la
cantidad de carga con s6lo
8.594.846 toneladas largas.
El segundo lugar en canti-
dad de carga correspondi6 a
los barcos de bandera noruega,
que transportaron 16.409.131
toneladas durante el period
de 12 meses. Noruega fue ter-
cera en el niomero de naves
con 1.498 barcos de alto bordo.
El comercio britAnico fue
tercero en la cantidad de carga
con un total de 11.363.599 to-
neladas largas, pero ocup6 el
cuarto lugar, con 1.453 naves,
en el n6mero de trinsitos.
Los barcos japoneses fueron
1.036 para ocupar el sexto lu-
gar en el nummero de barcos,


de Carga
pero ocuparon la quinta posi-
ci6n con 8.191.057 toneladas
largas, en cantidad de carga.
Los barcos de bandera pana-
mefia fueron 519 durante el
pasado afio fiscal, un ligero au-
mento sobre el afio anterior.
Transportaron 2.779.659 tone-
ladas largas de carga.
Por otro lado, hubo un barco
somali que us6 el Canal duran-
te el pasado afio fiscal. Esta
nave tuvo un tonelaje bruto re-
gistrado de 5.059 toneladas y
llevaba 6.114 toneladas largas
de carga. Venezuela, Rumania,
Australia y Burundi transitaron
dos naves, respectivamente.


Interesantes Cursos

Seran Ofrecidos en

Centro de Sta. Cruz
Cursos nuevos de clectr6nica, co-
cina decorative, sastreria, miodisteria,
carpinteria, peluqueria, tapiceria, re-
frigeracidn, acondicionamiento de
aire, navegacidn, pasteleria y espafiol
se iniciarIn on agosto en cl Centro
de Bienestar Social de Santa Cruz,
segun anuncio hecho por su director,
la Srta. Pearl Williams.
Las class se dictaran todos los
dias, de lunes a viernes, de 4 a 9:30
p.m. en la plant baja dc lia K;scuiela
Primaria de Santa Cruz.
Estas classes son patrocinadas por
el Centro de Beneficcicia Social i d
Santa Cruz, (ue proporcionatr; todls
las instalaciones y professors I pra
que los cursos cumplan c(o sI corine-
tido dc mejoraniento conmlllal y pa ra
que los integrantes de la com(nilmdad
usen su tiempo desocupado ien acti-
(Continia en la pdigina 4)


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 2,290
Esclusas de Gatiin 778
Jardines de Summit 7
Lanchas Pequefias 110
Trinsitos:
Canberra 1,600
Rossini 284
Tahitien 318
Cran Total 5,387


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Agosto 2, 1968


PROGRAM


DEL


CANAL 2


DOMINGO
9:30-El Show de Dean Martin
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
8:00-El Zorro
6:30-Golazo Royal
7:00-Disneylandia
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00-Misi6n Imposible
1000-'Premiere de( Gala


LUNES
1l:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de Ina Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3-00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
5.00--Los Cuatro Fantisticos
5:30-Lawman
6:00-Ultraman
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-Surfside Six


MARTES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show dela Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3-00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Aquaman
5:30-Lawman
6:00-Ultraman
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-Drarnet
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Surfside Six
*
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-Intriga en Hawaii
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Milton el Monstruo
5:30--Lawman
6:00-Ultraman
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Suefo con Jeannie
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd por la Defensa
9:30-Reto al Mal
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Surfside Six


JUEVES
1 l:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
5:00-Viaje al Centro de la Tierra
5:30-Lawman
6:00-Ultraman
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-Surfside Six


VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de Ia Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3-00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:)00-Los Amiguitos de Hoblan
5:00-King Kong
5:30-Lawman
6:00-Ultraman
6:30-Noticias
7:00-La Novicia Voladora
7:30-El Cafi Squirt
8:00-Los Gorilas de Garrison
9:00-Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
9:30--Nocturnal
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Surfside Six


SABADO
10:00-Carnaval de Cartones
10:30-Perfiles de Valor
1l:30-El Paiaro Carpintero
12:00-Los Tres Chiflados
12:30-Noticias
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
2:00-Reprise de Abnegaci6n de una
Madre
4:00-Deportes en TV-2
6:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Cowboy en Africa
8:00-Manix
9:00--Viaje a las Estrellas
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Cine Saibado


Juan Joseph trabaja como ayudante
mecanico tornero en la Planta Elec-
trica de Miraflores. Lleva 17 afios de
servicio a la empresa del Canal de
PanamA. Comenz6 como obrero en
el Cuarto Frio de Mount Hope; tra-
baj6 en el Dique Seco de Crist6bal,
en el Muelle de Crist6bal como
estibador, en las Esclusas de Mira-
flores como guardalineas y ayudante
mecAnico tomero y finalmente en las
Esclusas de Gatin y Pedro Miguel
trabaj6 como ayudante mecanico
tomero hasta ser trasladado a Mira-
flores. Joseph naci6 en la ciudad de
Col6n el 25 de octubre de 1924.
Curs6 studios primaries en la Es-
cuela San Jos6 de Col6n. Es el
representante de la N.M.U. en la
Planta E1ectrica de Miraflores y es
el hombre seguridad, encargado de
aconsejar y prevenir que ocurran
accidents a sus compafieros de tra-
bajo. Su deported favorite es el boxeo
aficionado y professional. En los aiios
45, 46 y 47 fue boxeador professional,
conocido por el apodo de "Kid Crep-
pin". Recibi6 certificado par 10 afios
de servicio a la empresa del Canal.
Reside en Rio Abajo y tiene seis
hijos: Alejandra, Reina, Ivonne, Al-
berto, Antonio y Billy. Joseph es una
persona que cultiva el buen trato con
todo el mundo y busca la perfecci6n
en su trabajo.


ANIVERSARIOS

20 Anios de Servicio


OFICINA DEL GOBERNADOR
Marian D. Bowen
Secretaria, Esten6grafa
CONTRALORIA
Morris Waxman
Analista de Tasas de Salario
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Rafael A. Lascano
Operario de Lancha Motora
Pedro A. Berrn R.
Pasabarcos
Carlos G. Vega R.
Pasabarcos
Jorge A. Fuentes
Operario de Lancha Motora
Hermel Ortiz
Operario de Lancha Motora
Francis E. Bethune
Pulidor de Cemento (Limitado)
Alfred D. Thompson
Ayudante Operario de Esclusas
Donaldson Walcott
Pasabarcos
Federico Garcia
Pasabarcos
Billy P. Gooch
Subjefe Inspector Asociado
(Calderas)
William T. Lyons
PrActico del Canal
Girard A. Walsh
Operario de Locomotora de
Remolque (Esclusas).
DIRECTION DE
TRANSPORT Y TERMINALES
Josi R. Perez S.
Estibador
Calvin E. Ewin
Estibador
Dorothy J. Lacroix
Oficinista de Contabilidad

DIRECTION DE ABASTOS
Y SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Josd del C. Quintana
Operario de Equipo de
Mantenimiento de Predios
Rosa J. Butterfield
Moza de Oficio
Pedro Batista C.
Recolector de Basura
Walwin Hoy
Guardia
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Evan C. McQueen
Marinero
Hylton J. Young
Electricista
George W. Rae
Capitin de Remolcador


James R. McCarrick
Primer Capataz Planchista
DIRECTION DE
ASUNTOS CIVILES
Albert E. Stevens
Encargado de Mantenimiento

DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Pastor ChAvez R.
Auxiliar Biol6gico
Dorothy A. Quintero
Enfermera PsiquiAtrica
Evelyn R. Koperski
Enfermera de Salubridad
P6blica
Edna T. Karpinski
Enfermera Jefe (Clinica)






y respuestas

SOBRE LAS LEYES
Y REGLAMENTOS
DEL TRANSIT

dCudndo se debe usar la luz direc-
cional?-El conductor que preten-
de doblar a la derecha o a la
izquierda debe poner la luz direc-
cional a una distancia de no menos
de 100 pies de donde quiere doblar.
HEstd un ciclista sujeto a las eyes del
trdnsito?-Si.



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Calendario

de

Eventos
AGOSTO
4-Celebraci6n de la festividad de
Santo Domingo de Guzmn en las
poblaciones de Parita y Santo Do-
mingo de Las Tablas. Las corridas
de toros y los bailes tipicos pana-
mefios son las caracteristicas predo-
minantes.
6-El Profesor Claudio VAsquez, gran
pianist panamefio, sera el solista
en el concerto que ofrecerA la
Orquesta Sinf6nica Nacional, bajo
la direcci6n del Maestro Eduardo
Charpentier De Castro, en el Tea-
tro Presidente. El Profesor VAsquez
naci6 en Penonom6, estudi6 m6sica
y piano. Obtuvo la Licenciatura
en Misica en el Conservatorio
Peabody de la ciudad de Balti-
more. En 1959 obtuvo otro titulo
en la renombrada Academia de
Muisica de Viena y se lanz6 a dar
sus primeros conciertos en Europa.
9-10-11-Festival del Manito en la
pintoresca poblaci6n de Ocil, situa-
da en la Provincia de Herrera. Los
diferentes campos del Distrito de
Ocu Ilevarin representaciones al
Festival en el cual se presentaran
cuadros tipicos de Oc6 tales como
un duelo y una boda campesina.
11-Los integrantes del Coro de Adul-
tos de la Iglesia Cat6lica San Jos6
de Paraiso, ofrecerAn un concerto
intitulado "Reuni6n de Amigos"
el domingo 11 de agosto a las 4 de
la tarde, en el Sal6n de Actividades
de la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso.
Los boletos se pueden obtener a la
entrada. Su valor es de $1 para los
adults y 50 centavos para los
niios. La direcci6n del coro estA a
cargo de la Sra. Dorothy Brooks.
15-Fundaci6n de la ciudad de Pana-
mA por el Gobernador Pedrarias
DAvila. Ese dia el Consejo Muni-
cipal de PanamA celebra una sesi6n
solemne en las ruinas del viejo
cabildo de la ciudad. El 15 de
agosto tambien se conmemora la
festividad de la Asunci6n de Maria,
patrona de la ciudad de PanamA.
18-25-Congreso Eucaristico en Bo-
gotA. Presidiri el Congreso Su San-
tidad el Papa Paulo VI.
19-23-Semana del Libro en las Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal. El martes 20 a las 2:30
de la tarde, se celebrarA una mesa
redonda en la Biblioteca de Paraiso,
con la asistencia de padres de fami-
lia, profesores y bibliotecarias. El
tema central serA: "La Biblioteca
en mi Comunidad".


___ En Su Pantalla_


PARAISO


SANTA CRUZ


RAINBOW CITY


36 Hours (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 2 ___ CERRADO They Were Expendable (AYC) The Silent Enemy (AYC)

SAbado 3 36 Hours (AY) y CERRADO Dunkirk (AYC) y
S They Were Expendable (AYC) Jack Of Diamonds (AY)
Domingo 4_ Sand Pebbles (AY) El Dorado (A) Hurry Sundown (A)
Entrada: 45 y 30 _
Lines 5 Sand Pebbles (AY) Fraulein (A) y Hurry Sundown (A)
Le 5 ___ Entrada: 45c y 30V The Scarlet Hour (A) H y S
Martes 6---- CERRADO The Long Ride Home (AY) Five Giants From Texas (AY)
Fraulein (A) y
Mi6rcoles 7-- The Scarlet Hour (A) Marco Polo The Magnificent (AY) CERRADO
Operation White Shark (A) y
Jueves 8 The Long Ride Home (AY) CERRADO The Annapolis Shory (AYC)
Viernes 9_ _. CERRADO Take The High Ground (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
CERR OThe Lone Star (AYC) Village Of The Damned (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.
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Gente en la Noticia


Pagina 2


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PROGRAM


DEL


CANAL 4


DOMINGO
8:45-Documental
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:45-SAilvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
12:00-Ventana del Mundo
1:00-Los Cucos
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Viaje 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 -Msica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La flora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-El Millonario y el Honorable
Cascarrabias
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaineas Sociales
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Catapliin
6:15-Episodio
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7.30-E1 Gato
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-Los Investigadores
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30--Paginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-Episodio
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-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-El Millonario y el Honorable
Cascarrabias
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6::00-Cataphin
6:15-Episodio
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Fabulosos 20
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:30-Noticias

JUEVES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Lassie
12:00--Misica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Camino de la Verdad
2:15-Cine Hogar
4:00-El Congresista
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-Episodio
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-Musica y Risas
1:00--Noticias
1:30-La Hora 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-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-Episodio
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-Tarzin
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:(0-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Yo Soy Espia
10:30- .a llora Cero

SABADO
10:30-C6micas
S11:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-La CAmara Indiscreta
12:30-Heroes de Ilogan
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Mujer Opina
2:00-Reprise de Corin Tellado
4:()0--Largo Metraje
5:15-Hev61ver a la Orden
5:45- )aniel Boone
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30- Sah;dos de Orange Crush
8:00-A Pctici6n Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
9:30-Cimarr6n
1 l:00-;Martinez Blanco











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Pagina 3


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


ASCENSOS Y TRASLADOS 1! 1rI
Mm li i 'l["I".


OFICINA DE PLANIFICACION
Isabel E. Mufioz, O'ficinista Mecan6grafa,
Dircccidn de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, a Clasificadora de Carga (Meca-
nografia).
DIVISION DE SERVICIOS
ADMINISTRATIVOS
Imprenta
luby L. Anglin, Archivera a Oficinista.
Teonilda I. de Pefla, Oficinista de Impren-
fa (Mecanografia) a Subjefa Oficinista
de Imprenta.
Dolores M. Ladr6n de Guevara, Oficinista
Mecan6grafa a Oficinista de Imprenta
(Mecanografia).
OFICINA DE INFORMATION DEL
CANAL DE PANAMA
Morgan E. Goodwin, Escritor-Redactor a
Jefe Escritor-Redactor (Funcionario de
Prensa).
CONTRALORIA
Manuel Catzoela, Jr., Ayudante Estudian-
til, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Divi-
si6n de Escuelas, a Ayudante Estudian-
til.
Jaime E. Ayala, Barbara Barsallo, Opera-
rios de Equipo Electrico de Contabili-
dad, Direcci6n de Personal, a la Divisi6n
de Elaboraci6n de Datos.
CONTADURIA
Linda L. Hughes, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
a Oficinista de Reclamos (Mecanogra-
fia), Ramo de Reclamos.
Manassa Garrick, Operario de Equipo de
Contaduria a Jefe Operario de Equipo
de Contaduria.
Helen M. Tomford, Oficinista de N6minas
a Ayudante Pagador.
Evelyn S. Barrett, T6cnica de Sistemnas de
Computador Electr6nico, Divisi6n de
Elaboraci6n de Datos, a Oficinista de
N6minas, Ramo de N6minas.
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Zenaida V. Torres, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Division de Transporte a Motor, a la
Oficina del Director.
Division de Navegaci6n
Madeleine M. DeRaps, Oficinista, Secci6n
de N6minas (Mecanografia), a Subjefa,
Secci6n de N6minas.
Eugene I. Askew, Arqueador a Subjefe
Arqueador.
Rodolfo T. Selles, Pasabarcos a Marinero
(Lancha Motora).
Hector A. Burrowes, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafo (Aprendiz Esten6grafo) a Ofici-
nista.
Gilbert A. Smith, Especialista en Clasifi-
caci6n de Posiciones, Direcci6n de Per-
sonal-Divisi6n de Operaciones, Ramo
de Clasificaci6n y Salario, a Ayudante
Arqueador.
William Nieves, Operario de Locomotora
de Remolque (Esclusas), Direcci6n de
Marina, Divisi6n de Esclusas, a Capitan
de Remolcador.
Benjamin E. Favorite, Inspector de Adua-
nas, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles-Divi-
si6n de Aduanas, a Ayudante Arquea-
dor.
Division Industrial
Jos6 A. Phillips, Ayudante Mecinico Tor-
nero a Pintor de Mantenimiento.
Ervine D. More, Oficinista a Agente de
Compras.
Division de Esclusas
Robert G. Haynes, Soldador, Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n-Divisi6n de
Dragas, a Operario de Esclusas (Traba-
jador en Hierro-Soldador).
Richard T. Baltozer, Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Mecn'ico Tornero) a Primer
Capataz (Operaciones de Esclusas).
Walter F. Jarvis, Donald J. Grimm, Leroy
B. Wilson, Jr., Charles F. Stanley, Ca-
pataz Operario de Esclusas (Electricista)
a Operario de Caseta de Control.
Joseph M. Bateman, Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero) a Primer
Capataz (Operaciones de Esclusas).
Oliver G. Paterson, Arthur J. Willis, Ope-
rario de Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero) a
Capataz (Operaciones de Esclusas).
Ernest C. Van Horn, Raymond L. Rowley,
Operario de Caseta de Control a Pri-
mer Capataz (Operaciones de Esclusas).
Victor R. Enyart, Edward F. Clarke, Wil-
liam J. Millar, Mecanicos Torneros a
Operarios de Esclusas (Mecanicos Tor-
neros).
William M. Hagler, Ralph N. Parker, Jr.,
Donald R. Chaney, Murry C. Walker,
Operarios de Esclusas (Electricistas) a
Capataces Operarios de Esclusas (Elec-
tricistas).
Robert T. Tweedy, Operario de Locomo-
tora de Remolque (Esclusas) a Operario
de Esclusas (Maquinista Operario-Equi-
po Levadizo).
Lloyd E. Choquette, Electricista a Opera-
rio de Esclusas (Electricista).
lune A. Stevenson, Secretaria (Estenogra-
fia) a Oficinista, Asuntos de Personal.
William O. Cofer, Ayudante Administra-
tivo a Funcionario Administrativo.
Luis del Rosario, Botero (Esclusas) a Ope-
rario de Locomotora de Remolque (Es-
clusas-Limitado).
Jerald S. Burke, Oficinista a Oficinista de
N6minas.
Luis Stephens, Ricaurte Lombardo, James
A. Scantlebury, Juliain R. McZeno, Pa-
sacables a Ayudante Operario de Esclu-
sas.
Joshua H. Chapman, Melhado Smith, Da-
vid A. Timpson, Ayudantes Operarios de
Esclusas a Boteros (Esclusas).
Nahaman Brown, Allan L. Grenald, Juan
Segundo, Jose G. Alvarez, Zoilo Rodri-
guez, Fl6ix J. Walker, Jose R. King, Fe-
liciano Ortega, Fernando P. Merino,
Pasacables a Boteros (Esclusas).
Clarence S. Spence, Ayudante Operario
de Esclusas a Primer Capataz, Opera-
ciones en la Pared de las Esclusas.
Luther J. Alston, Daniel G. Green, Roge-
lio A. Brown, Marcadores de Carga, Di-
recci6n de Transporte y Terminales-
Divisi6n de Terminales, a Principiantes
(Pasacables), Clase 1.
Norman Blandford, Cajero de Almacen, Di-
recci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales-Divisi6n de Abastos, a Oficinista.
Juan V. Gonzalez, Encargado de Cancha
de Boliche, Direccion de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos,
a Principiante (Pasacables), Clase 1.
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT Y
TERMINALES
Division de Terminales
Donald C. Parker, Capataz General, Ope-
raciones de Suministro de Combustibles,
a Jefe Capataz, Operaciones de Com-
hustibles.
Walter L. Ilund, Primer Capataz, Opera-
clones de Combustibles, a Capataz Ge-
neral, Operaciones de Comlbustibles.


Jimmie Scott, Primer Capataz Estibador
(Muelles) a Primer Capataz Estibador
(A Bordo).
Joseph H. Gray, Oficinista de Carga a Ofi-
cinista, Regulador de Carga.
Division de Ferrocarril
Luis A. Zelaya, Operario de Locomotora
de Remolque (Esclusas), Direcci6n de
Marina-Divisi6n de Esclusas, a Maqui-
nista, Locomotora, Patio de Ferrocarril,
Maquinista, Locomotora, Via F6rrea.
Division de Transporte a Motor
Guillermo Alvarado, Clasificador de Cha-
tarra, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, Divisi6n de Almacenes, a
Conductor de Cami6n.
DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Division de Abastos
John M. White, Maquinista Locomotora,
Patio de Ferrocarril, Maquinista, Loco-
motora, Via F6rrea, Direcci6n de Trans-
porte y Terminales-Divisi6n de Ferro-
carril, a Tecnico del Taller de Optica.
Raymond H. Watson, Instructor de Can-
cha de Boliche a Subjefe de Centro de
Boliche.
Andrew J. McCoy, Gerente de Restaurante
a Jefe, Servicio de Comidas.
Orlan H. Betcher, Jefe, Servicio de Comi-
das, a Gerente de Productos de Pana-
deria.
Lynn C. O'Connell, Catherine E. Filo,
Acomodadoras de Tentro a Taquilleras,
Teatro de Balboa.
Angela M. Azcirraga, Subjefe de Unidad
de Estenografia y Mecanografia a Ayu-
dante de Servicios Administrativos.
Pauline Kaplan, Gerente de Departamento
de Almacin (General) a Gerente de Cen-
tro de Servicios Comunales.
Eliseo Gonzilez, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Obrero (Trabajos Pesados-Cuar-
to Frio).
Carlos Alvarado, Donald C. Escalona, En-
cargado de Anaqueles, Secci6n de Co-
mestibles, a Oficinista de Almacen.
Llewellyn J. Bowen, Almacenero a Encar-
gado de Existencias.
James Dryden, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio de
Comidas, a Empaquetador de Carnes.
Ricardo Ortegas, Obrero a Ayudante Pana-
dero.
Verney W. Wilson, Oficinista de AlmacBn
a Subjefe Oficinista de Almac6n.
Cristin T. Small, Moza de Oficio, Servicio
de Comidas, a Encargada de Mostrador.
Eustace E. Waisome, Mozo de Oficio, Ser-
vicio de Comidas, a Almacenero (Cuar-
to Frio).
John R. Carrington, Capataz Mozo de Ofi-
cio a Oficinista de Almac6n.
Heliodoro Gonzalez, Mozo de Oficio, Ser-
vicio de Comidas, a Conductor de Ca-
mi6n.
Division de Servicios Comunales
Silvia S. Rice, Oficinista a Oficinista de
N6minas (Mecanografia).
Alberto L. Thompson, Primer Capataz
Aseador a Capataz General Aseador.
Division de Almacenes
Mary H. Foster, Subjefa Ayudante de
Abastos Generales a Subjefa Especia-
lista de Abastos Generales.
Jost I. Abrego, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
a Operario de Montacargas de Trinche.
George A. Jackman, Capataz Encargado de
Existencias a Oficinista de Abastos.
Gordon B. Gordon, Encargado de Existen-
cias a Capataz Encargado de Existen-
cias.
Clifford Fields, Almacenero a Encargado
de Existencias.
Clifford Jemmott, Capataz (Manejo de
Materiales) a Primer Capataz Encargado
de Existencias.
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA Y
CONSTRUCTION
Division de Dragas
Charles R. Gibson, Capataz Electricista
(Guardalineas) a Primer Capataz Elec-
tricista.
Arnold S. Hudgins, Primer Capataz
Electricista a Capataz General Electri-
cista (Guardalineas).
Chester H. Steffanides, Maquinista de
Draga a Ayudante Primer Maquinista,
Draga de Cangilones, Clase 1.
Camillus T. Askew, Operario de Draga de
Cuchar6n a Capitin, Draga de Cucha-
r6n, Clase 1.
Linda P. Swenson, Oficinista Esten6grafa
a Oficinista de Contabilidad (Estenogra-
fia).
Leonardo Robinson, Marinero (Lancha
Motora) a Operario de Lancha Motora.
Division de Mantenimiento
Barbara A. Dedeaux, Oficinista Esten6gra-
fa, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles-Divi-
si6n de Policia, a Ayudante Oficinista
(Estenografia).
George A. McArthur, Subjefe Ingeniero
Mecnico (General), Divisi6n de Dragas,
a Ingeniero de Mantenimiento.
John C. Gogswell, Mecrnico Tornero
(N6utico), Direcci6n de Marina-Divi-
si6n Industrial, a Operario de Sistemas
de Acueducto.
Edward M. Kennedy, Subjefe Ingeniero de
Mantenimiento (Ingeniero de Distrito,
Distrito Atlintico) a Subjefe Ingeniero
de Mantenimiento (Ingeniero de Distri-
to).
Robert C. Herrington, Capataz General
(Obras Publicas) a Jefe Capataz (Obras
P6blicas).
Leonidas Iturralde, Carpintero a Primer
Capataz, Mantenimiento de Viviendas.
Beverly A. Layne, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz Esten6grafa) a Oficinista
Mecan6grafa.
Guy J. Alexander, Ayudante Mecanico de
Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de
Aire a Lubricador.
Division de Estudios Sobre Canal a Nivel
Dorothy P. Clift, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
a Oficinista del Registro de Propiedad.
Irene A. de Alemain, Oficinista Esten6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Electricidad, a
Secretaria (Estenografia).
Division de Construcci6n
Richard L. Johnston, Gerente de Almacen,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Co-
munales-Divisi6n de Abastos, a Inspec-
tor de Construcciones.
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS CIVILES
Biblioteca-Museo
Jacqueline Gold, Operaria de TelBfonos,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n, Divisi6n de Electricidad, a Auxi-
liar de Biblioteca.
Division de Policia
Joseph M. Corso, Detective a Sargento de
Policia.
Walter E. Trout, Sargento de Policia a
Teniente de Policia.
John H. Engelke, Andrew M. Wright, Jr. y


Joseph T. Grills, Jr., Policias Rasos a
Detectives.
Division de Escuelas
Eyda N. Luque, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz Esten6grafa) a Oficinista
Mecan6grafa.
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Hospital Gorgas
Neva P. Hunt, Donald O. Roseman, Ro-
berto M. Afere, Gerardo Reyes, Henry
Simmons, Evelyn Campbell, Stephen
S. Moore, Rosa M. Kirven, Catherine
A. Stuart, Judith A. Roberts y Josephine
L. Inniss, Auxiliares de Enfermeria a
Auxiliares de Enfermeria (Medicina
General y Cirugia).
Cynthia I. Jordan, Oficinista Esten6grafa
a Secrearia (Estenografia).
Hospital de Coco Solo
Muriel D. Mizrachi, Oficinista Esten6-
grafa a Secretaria (Estenografia).
OTROS
Margaret M. King, Secretaria (Estenogra-
fia) Oficina del Gobernador-Presidente.
John A. Forte, Oficinista (Embarque) Con-
traloria, Contaduria, Oficina de Nueva
Orleans.
Yolanda del C. A. de Canfield, Oficinista
Esten6grafa, Contraloria, Divisi6n de
Presupuesto y Tarifas.
Frank R. Brown, Dibujante, Servicios de
Oficina, Contraloria, Divisi6n de Presu-
puesto y Tarifas.
Robert L. Snyder, Auditor, Contraloria,
Division de Auditoria General.
Roy A. Hall, Jr., Primer Maquinista, Re-
molcador, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n.
Paul H. Hurst, Ayudante Controlador de
Trafico Maritimo, Direcci6n de Marina,
Division de Navegaci6n.
Oscar 0. Brown, Jr., Philip F. Whitney y
Richard W. Thompson, Subjefe Contro-
lador dg Trafico Maritime, Direcci6n
de Marina, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
Robert L. Rankin, Adrien M. Bouche, Jr.,
Lawrence J. Keegan, Robert G. Orvis,
y Gerald W. Coffey, Programadores de
Trifico Maritime, Direcci6n de Marina,
Division de Navegaci6n.
Sharon L. Schmidt, Secretaria (Esteno-
grafia), Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n
do Esclusas.
Le6nidas San Martin, Botero (Esclusas),
Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Es-
clusas.
Carlos Miranda y AndrBs P6rez, Primeros
Capataces, Operaciones en la Pared de
las Esclusas, Direcci6n de Marina,
Divisi6n de Esclusas.
Victor M. Luscap, Oficinista, Secci6n de
N6minas, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
Louis U. Tugwell, Vicente A. Ara y
Robert W. Facey, Ayudantes Operarios
de Esclusas, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
Caleb A. Alien y Ernesto M. Weeks, Ofi-
cinistas, Secci6n de N6minas, Direcci6n
de Marina, Divisi6n de Esclusas.
Felix Macias, Ayudante Operario de Es-
clusas, Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n
de Esclusas.
Richard J. Holder, Oficinista, Secci6n de
N6minas, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
George W. Brathwaite, Jr. y Alfonso A.
Whyte, Principiantes (Despachadores
Subalternos de Combustibles Liquidos,
Muelles), Direcci6n de Transporte y
Terminales, Divisi6n de Terminales.
Winston F. Davis y Melbourne P. Thomp-
son, Principiantes (Estibadores), Direc-
ci6n de Transporte y Terminales, Divi-
si6n de Terminales.
Diane G. Roscoe, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, Oficina del Director.
Ricardo A. James, Principiante (Alma-
cenero), Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Carlos R. Maloney, Principiante (Encar-
gado de Anaqueles, Secci6n de Com-
bustibles), Direcci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Leonard I. Sealey, Oficinista de Abastos,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Petronella Osborne y Linton G. Roberts,
Oficinistas, Direcci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Mario A. Julio, Aprendiz Estudiantil
(Gerencia de Almac6n), Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, Divi-
si6n de Abastos.
Alfred L. Bullen, Principiante (Almace-
nero), Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Raquel D. Lam, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Electricidad.
Vernon L. Dahlhoff, Subjefe Tccnico de
Ingenieria El1ctrica (Subjefe, Distrito
Sur, Ramo de Trabajos El6ctricos),
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Electricidad.
Allen R. Briem, CapitAn de Remolcador
Pequefio, Direcri6n de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n, Divisi6n de Dragas.
Edward H. Neville, Jr., T6cnico de Inge-
nieria HidrAulica, Direcci6n de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de
Ingenieria.
Henry A. Tooke, Subjefe Ingeniero de
Sanidad (Jefe, Ramo de Acueducto y
Laboratories), Direcci6n de Ingenieria
y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento.
Ricardo A. Mock, Ingeniero Civil, Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
Division de Construcci6n.
Frank E. Hirt, Superintendente del Depar-
tamento de Finanzas, Direcci6n de
Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de Correos.
Flor M. Rivera, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafa), Direcci6n
de Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Jimmy R. Givens, Oficial Administrativo
del Hospital, Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Oficina del Director.
Mayor Lowell G. Yadon, Midico (Cirugia
Ortop6dica), Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Hospital Gorgas.
Dona M. Jones, Enfermera (Clinica),
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital
Gorgas.
Nita M. Ramdeen y Yolanda de Monteza,
Enfenneras de Sala de Operaciones,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital
Gorgas.
Idolly D. Archer, Oficinista-Transcriptor
de DictAfono, Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Hospital Gorgas.
David C. McIlhenny, Oficial Administra-
tivo del Hospital, Direcci6n de Salu-
bridad, Hospital de Coco Solo.
Edna B. Campbell, Subjefa Enfermera de
Sala de Operaciones, Direcci6n de
Salubridad, Hospital de Coco Solo.
Robert K. Ng, Dibujante de Ingenieria
(General), Divisi6n de Dragas, Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Con-strncciOn.
Jerrilynn Hunt, Ayudante Estudiantil, Di-
recci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, Divisi6n de Abastos.


La Princesa y su Principe, Kerry Plancner (a la izquierda) y Rick Hill,
aparecerAn en la presentaci6n de "La Bella Durmiente", la producci6n
teatral infantil del Theatre Guild, que irA a escena del 9 al 17 de agosto, en el
Teatro de Anc6n. HabrA dos matins de sAbados y un mating de domingo,
ademAs de dos funciones nocturas que comenzarAn a las 7 p.m., para bene-
ficio de los j6venes fanAticos del teatro. "La Bella Durmiente" serl inter-
pretada por dos elencos diferentes, que se alternarAn en las presentaciones.




"Camelot" Ser Presentada



En Festival del Fondo Unido


El Comit6 del Festival del Cine
del Fondo Unido de la Zona del
Canal, ha seleccionado a "Camelot",
como el primero de tres estrenos de
gala de peliculas sobresalientes, que
seran presentadas en los teatros de
la Zona del Canal, en programs
destinados a recolectar fondos.
"Camelot", una producci6n de
Warner Brothers Seven Arts, es una
pelicula hist6rica a colors, sobre el
legendario triAngulo entire el Rey
Arturo, Genoveva y Sir Lancelot,
revivido en un joya musical muy



Se Necesita

Un director de coro communal.
Los miembros del coro comu-
nal, seran vocalistas pertenecientes
al Ej6rcito, la Armada, la Fuerza
Area, Infanteria de Marina, ade-
mis de residents de PanamA
y la Zona del Canal, de edad
universitaria y adults.
La posici6n de director del
coro es voluntaria.
Para mayor informaci6n acerca
de esta vacant, debera l1amarse al
Sargento T&cnico Darrell Webb,
Oficina del Capellan del Comando,
Cuartel General de la Fuerza
Area del Comando Sur, Base de
la Fuerza A6rea de Albrook,
telefono 276-4133.


iL6rgate mocoso... no sea que te lastimes!




Aviso Importante

Por este medio, el Presidente de la
Liga Femenina de Bola Suave del
AtlAntico notifica a todas las juga-
doras de las diferentes ligas femeni-
nas, que opera en PanamA y en la
Zona del Canal, que today jugadora
que haya sido suspendida por la Liga
Femenina de PanamA, debido a ac-
cidn disciplinaria, serA tambi6n sus-
pendida en la Liga Femenina del
AtlAntico, y equipos de esta liga no
jugarAn con cualquier equipo o liga
que tengan en sus n6minas a cual-
quiera de esas jugadoras suspendidas.


agradable, basada en un xito de
Broadway.
La pelicula serA presentada asi:
En Balboa, el martes 20 de agosto;
en Paraiso, el mi6rcoles 21 de agos-
to; en Rainbow City, el jueves 22 de
agosto; y en Coco Solo, el viernes
23 de agosto.
Los precious de admisi6n en las
comunidades estadounidenses, serin
de $2 para los adults y de S1 para
los nifios de menos de 12 afios. Los
teatros de las comunidades latino-
americanas cobrarAn $1 para los adul-
tos y 50 centavos para los nifios de
menos de 12 afios.
Ya se puede obtener los boletos
para esta pelicula y los cheques o
giros postales deberin ser enviados
al Comite del Festival del Cine, Box
2003, Balboa, C.Z. Los boletos po-
drAn conseguirse tambi6n, en los tea-
tros, las noches en que se presented
la pelicula "Camelot". Todas las
presentaciones comenzaran a las
7 p.m., con excepci6n de Balboa,
donde comenzara a las 7:30 p.m.
Bruce G. Sanders, Jr., es presi-
dente del Comite del Festival del
Cine del Fondo Unido de la Zona del
Canal. Los demis miembros del
Comit6 son: Wilfred E. Barrow,
Martin J. Hayes, Patrick F. Henry,
William B. Mallory, George V.
Richards y Cleveland C. Soper.


Debera Devolverse


Equipo Prestado


De Artes Graficas

Durante el mes de agosto, todo el
equipo del Ramo de Artes Graficas
del Canal de PanamA, que se encuen-
tra prestado, esti siendo reclamado
por razones de inventario y para
darle mantenimiento preventive.
La cooperaci6n de todas las uni-
dades del Canal de Panama, es nece-
saria para garantizar que el equipo
del Ramo de Artes Graficas sea
devuelto durante horas liAbiles de
trabajo.
Pueden hacerse los arreglos con el
fin, de que el equipo que deba en-
tregarse, sea cambiado per otro que
se encuentre disponible, per un corto
period, mientras se llevan a cabo
las operaciones de inventarios y
de mantenimiento preventive.
Las unidades del sector Atlntico,
que hayan obtenido en prestamo
equipo del Ramo de Artes GrAficas,
ptdrAn llamar a Balboa 2162 y se
harAn los arreglos para recoger el
equipo.
Las unidades que deseen hacer
arreglos, lpara un cambio temporal
en el equiyo prestado, podrAn llamar
a J. R. Fleming o a Cleve Soper,
del Ramo de Artes Graficas, Balboa
2162.








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Agosto 2, 1968


Los MacLeod Forman


Familia Trotamundos


Los esposos MacLeod aparecen aqui con su hijo menor George", el barreminas convertido, de 90 pies de largo,
Malcolm, de 11 aiios de edad, a bordo del "Heather antes de su trAnsito por el Canal de Panami.


Baile de Cuadrillas

Habra Esta Noche en

Centro de P. Miguel
Hoy viernes en la noche, en el
Gimnasio de Pedro Miguel, tendrA
lugar un magnifico acto social, con
baile de cuadrillas, al que estin invi-
tados todos los residents, amantes de
ese baile.
Clifford Bovell, organizador del
acto, que constitute uno mas de los
que semanalmente se organizan para
los residents del lugar, anunci6 que
el bailey seri amenizado por el Profe-
sor Kenneth Brown, de la Divisi6n
de Dragas, y su cuarteto tipico de
cuadrillas, smnamente conocidos por
su maestria en la interpretaci6n de
aires tradicionales, por lo que se
espera que sea un complete exito.


Interesantes Cursos.
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
vidades de mejoramiento integral.
Las matriculas estin abiertas y es
important que todas las personas in-
teresadas se matriculen lo mas pronto
possible, porque los cursos se dictarAn
de acuerdo con la matricula que se
consiga para cada uno de ellos. Si la
matricula para cualquiera de ellos no
es lo suficientemente alta, se descon-
tinuar, ese curso para poder propor-
cionar mejor servicio a los cursos en
que los estudiantes se interesen mis.


de instruments de aire, en la Planta
de Energia Elctrica de Miraflores.
Veinte emplcados recibieron, cada
uno, premios de $15 por sugerencias
beneficiosas. Son ellos: Thomas B.
Addlesberger, de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas, que sugiri6 se colocaran
avisos en las Esclusas de Miraflores,
respect al peligro que existe,
cuando las esclusas descargan agua;
Carolyn L. Iolgerson, del Estudio
de Peajes, por dos sugerencias: que
la carta mensual sea unifonnada y
duplicada para la Oficina del Teso-
rero, y que la Divisi6n de Servicios
Administrativos ponga al dia la no-
menclatura de las Fuerzas Annadas
sobre cambios de comando; Chiquita
C. Cassibry y Richard A. Hern,
ambos del Estudio de Peajes, sugi-
rieron conjuntamente que se pongan
letreros, visible desde la Calle Fran-
gipani, sobre la Oficina Central de
Empleos y la Oficina de Personal;
Justin J. Bonanno, de la Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n y Boyd W. Ferry, de la
Division de Mantenimiento, sugirie-
ron en conjunto que, obligatoria-
mente, se cloquen luces direcciona-
les en la proa de las naves que tran-
sitan el Canal, para que se puedan
ver claramente desde el puente; Ray
D. Wilson, de la Divisi6n de Inge-
nieria, sugiri6 que se modifique la
rampa nordeste del Almac6n de Bal-
boa; Mary J. Ward, de la Direcci6n
de Personal, que se reduzca el servi-
cio de correo personal a los m6dicos
e interns del Hospital Corgas; Berta
I. Frensley, de la Contraloria, por
dos sugerencias: que s mnueva la
seal de "union de trinsito" en la
intersecci6n de la Carretera Caillard
y ]a Calle Corozo, y que se coloque
una placa de identificaci6n en el
Escritorio de Infonnaci6n del Edi-
ficio de Administraci6n; Clois C.
Duffic, de la Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento, que se reemplace las per-
sianas de pesas con persianas de
rejillas, en los lugares donde estan
los abanicos de ventilacion de los
almacenes; Cerald I. IHalsall, de la
Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, que se
arregle, pinte y se hagan otras mejo-
ras a la cafeteria del Edificio de
Asuntos Civiles; Albert D. Farrell,
(ue se disminuya el uso de cintas
transparentcs adhesives cars, por
otras de menor cost; John E. Sho-
lund, Jr., de la Divisi6n de Electri-
cidad, que se sumlinistre pCresin tie
air de ( mnergencia, en el sistemna de
instrumlentls de aire, de la Planta
de Energia Elctrlica tde Miraflores;
(Collborne 1. Phillips, de la Divisi6n
de Scrvicios \Administrativsa', la cons-
trucci6n det una cscalera, para r'em-
plazar las lue actualnente se usan
en el Centro de Almacenaje de
Archivos: ArnoId Ilamilton, de la


Division de Abastos, el reemplazo
de la oxidada chimenea de ventilaci6n
del Teatro del Centro de Servicios
de Diablo; Mario L. Fabrega, de
la Contaduria, una column en la
secci6n espaiiola del SPILLWAY, es-
crita por 61 y similar a "It's No
Secret"; Juan Fernindez V., de la
Division de Servicios Administrati-
vos, la conversion de los anteojos
protectores de los impresores, a unos
especiales que recojan los colors,
para los que trabajen en separaci6n
de colors; Lilia C. Romero, de la
Division de Escuelas, que sugiri6
copas mas pequcelas y menos cars
para los helados, obtenibles en la
hora de almuerzo en las cafeterias
de las escuelas; y A. I. Bauman, de
la Division de Servicios Comunales,
por sugerir que se publique en el
SPILLWAY las mejores sugerencias
adoptadas junto con un articulo
sobre los premios de estimulo.
Premios del Sector Atlintico
Dos premios de $25 fueron otor-
gados a Carl R. Kinsman, de la Divi-
si6n de Tenninales, y otros premios
por $15, cada uno, a otros empleados
del Canal del sector Atlantico, en
una ceremonia que tuvo lugar el 31
de julio.
Las sugerencias premiadas de Kins-
man, fueron para la revision de los
fonnularios de faltantes en entregas
y para la revision de los formularios
subsiguientes de entrega.
Los premios de $15 fueron otor-
gados a: V. James Cimaroli, de la
Division de Esclusas, por sugerir la
instalaci6n de interruptores-limite,
en cl montacargas principal de las
grfias electricas de las Esclusas;
Thomas V. Frost, de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas, quien sugiri6 un embudo
adjustable para extraer el aceite de
las locomotoras de las Esclusas;
Charles E. Leves, de la Divisi6n
Industrial, y Willimn Coffey, de la
Division de Policia, quienes sugi-
rieron conjuntamente que se sumi-
nistre a la Secci6n de Licencias del
sector Atlintico places temporales
para motonetas y motocicletas; Robert
R. Hill, del vapor Cristohal, sugiri6
que se colocara material contra res-
balones alrededor de la piscina dle
la nave; y Eusebio Ortiz y Lorc'nzo
IIolder, q.ue sugirieroni juntos, el us
de pantallas protectors para cubrir
los cilindros de aire, dc la Divisi6n
de Bomberos, cuandlo cstAin sie'nd
recargados.


Una verdadera familiar aventurera
es la que constituyen Alan MacLeod
con su esposa e hijos, de Dunedin,
Nueva Zelandia, quienes transitaron
por el Canal de Panan I la semana
pasada, a bordo del Heather George,
barreminas convertido, de 90 pies de
largo, en ruta desde Swansea, Gales,
Inglaterra, hacia Nueva Zelandia.
El ama de casa que encuentra
miles de problems para mantener a
sus hijos adolescents en su pequefio
nido en tierra, deberia fijarse en los
problems que tiene la Sra. Joan
MacLeod, quien cuida de la casa y
hace tres comidas al dia, para cinco
niiios, su esposo y dos miembros de
la tripulaci6n, a bordo de una
pequefia embarcaci6n.
Pero inda, ni siquicra la falta de
refrigeraci6n, paredera desanimar a
esta habil y amistosa mujer que ha
estado acompailando a su esposo, en
su cami6n o en su buque, por la
mayor part del mundo desde el dia
en que se casaron.
Muchacha escocesa clue acompano6
a su esposo a una pequenia propie-
dad en Nueva Zelandia, despu(s de
la II (uerra Mundial, la Sra. Mac-
Leod piensa que la vida del agri-
cultor es much mis dura que el
viajar por tierra en un Iremolque, y
navegar alrededor de medio mundo
en un barreminas.
"Ha sido norma en nuestra fami-
lia", dijo "que cada uno haga su parte
del trahajo, para asi unir el esfuerzo
de todos y luego, llevando s6lo lo
indispensable que haya que gastar,


Tot


hacer que los viajes sean tan baratos
como sea possible Todos tenemos
un trabajo que hacer, los nifos estu-
dian y, cuando regresemos a casa,
volverAn a la escuela. flay una hija,
q(ue se qued6 en Nueva Zelandia en
la universidad.
Hasta ahora, sus viajes los han
Ilevado a lugares tales como Singa-
pur, Tailandia, Grecia, los Baleanes,
gran parte de la Europa Continental
y, por supuesto, las Islas Britinicas.
La fiunilia hizo una jornada senti-
mental a la tierra de sns Inayores,
la Isla de Shie, antes de comprar el
Heather George en Swansea y hacer-
se a la mar con destiny a Espafia,
Portugal y las Indias Occidentales.
En su viaje al Canal, el "clan"
MacLeod par6 en varias parties de
La Florida, inclusive Cayo Hueso.
Esa area les encant6 y tiene.n la
esperanza de visitarla otra vez.
Al partir del Canal, piensan diri-
girse a Dunedin, con la posibilidad
de una o dos paradas en los Mares del
Sur para tomar provisions. Toma-
ran su tiempo, viajando Icntamente a
una velocidad que' no consumna
muclho combustible.
El CapitAin MacLeod, quien se en-
contraba ocupado cargando tanqucs
de combustible a bordo de su em-
barcaci6n, interrumpi6 su tarea para
agradecer el trato que ha recibido en
el Canal. "Aqui la gente hace todo
lo possible para facilitarle a uno las
cosas", dijo. "Nosotros tratamos de
no molestar, pero agradecemos la
ayuda cuando sc nos brinda".


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Roy Watson, en representaci6n del Consejo Civico de Rainbow City, feli-
cita efusivamente a Aminta Van der Hans, de la ciudad de Panama, por
haberse hecho acreedora al primer premio en el Torneo de Tenis del Con-
sejo Civico de Rainbow City, que se llev6 a cabo en la Cancha de Tenis de
esa poblaci6n del sector Atlfntico, el domingo 28 de julio. En segundo lugar
qued6 Maritza Lung, de Rainbow City.


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El Gobierno del estado brasileflo
de Minas Gerais ha concedido incen-
tiros tributarios y de tierras a la Grupo de jugadores de tennis, de la poblaci6n de Rain- Rainbow City, al finalizar cl torneo que se llcv6 a cabo en
empresa japonesa Mitsubishi, para how City, rodean a las ganadoras del Torneo Femenino la Cancha de Tenis de esa poblacion del sector Atlantico,
que construya alli una frbrica de de Tenis del Consejo Civico de ese lugar, Aminta Van el domingo 28 de julio.
aviones livianos. der Hans, de la ciudad de PanamA, y Maritza Lung, de


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