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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: September 6, 1968
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00681
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 G of the Panama Canal Museum

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Vol. VII, No. 12 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, September 6, 1968


Principals in the upcoming 1969 Combined Federal Campaign exchange
comment after signing their Statement of Agreement for Participation. From
left, they are: Paul M. Runnestrand, Panama Canal Executive Secretary,
serving as executive director of the Canal Zone United Fund, Inc.; Lt. Gov.
H. R. Parfitt, chairman of the fund-raising program coordinating com-
mittee, CFC; and E. David Luria, acting chief of mission CARE-Panama,
representing International Service Agencies. The campaign will begin
September 30 and run through November 1.

Checkoff Time

Nears for CFC

Just checkoff with a little check
what you gave last year. If every-
body does this, PanCanal will easily
achieve its goal in the 1969 Com-
bined Federal Campaign.
That's right-that's all you have to
do, and this is the idea, plus the
symbol, of this year's appeal from
CFC. It's a checkmark, one of the
oldest and simplest signs of identifi-
cation, but it's as modern as the jet
set and perhaps the most widely used
symbol in the world today.
As it did last year, the symbol will
identify the wearer as one who has
given his "Fair Share."
The Statement of Agreement for
participation in the 1969 Combined
Federal Campaign has now been
signed by the principals-Paul M.
Runnestrand, executive director,
Canal Zone United Fund, Inc.;
Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt, chairman of
the fund-raising program coordinat-
ing committee, CFC; and E. David
Luria, acting chief of Mission,
CARE-Panama, representing Inter-
national Service Agencies.
The campaign will get underway
formally September 30 and continue
until November 1.
The attractive gold-colored check-
mark may be worn as a tie-tac, lapel
button or simply as a pin. No matter
how worn, it means the wearer is a
member of the exclusive Fair Share
Club and has pledged to give his
"fair share" to this year's CFC drive
which benefits both the Canal Zone
United Fund and the International
Service Agencies.

Sweet Adelines

Meet Monday
The Monday night meetings of
Crossroads Chapter, Sweet Adelines
Inc., women's barbershop singing
chorus, will start September 9 at
7:30 p.m. at the Cristobal Woman's
Club, 8151, off Margarita Avenue,
Margarita. Guests are welcome to
hear, observe, and inquire. Three
visits are permitted before applica-
tion for membership is offered.
A special guest night is planned
for Monday, September 30, at 7:30
p.m. at the Cristobal Woman's Club
to infonn all guests of the purpose
of Sweet Adelines Inc. Refreshments
will be served.

The beauty of this year's Fair
Share emblem is lasting. The check-
mark with the golden glow may be
worn proudly during the Combined
Federal Campaign and long after as
costume jewelry.
A list of "Checklnark Club" mem-
bers will be published in the SPILL-
WAY during the campaign.

Bocas Fair

To Welcome

Big Crowds
A record number of visitors is
expected to attend the 6th annual
Bocas del Toro Fair which opens next
Thursday and continues through
Sunday. Major U.S. agencies in the
Canal Zone again will actively par-
ticipate in the fair.
The Panama Canal organization
will present a varied audiovisual dis-
play of movies and slides describing
the operation of the Panama Canal;
a pictorial exhibit explaining some
of the occupations to be found
within the organization; and music
every night by the incomparable
Lucho Azcirraga and his conjunto.
The burros, Mancha and Gato, will
provide free rides during the day for
"Toward a Better Panama" will
be the central theme of the U.S.
Southern Command exhibits. Army,
Navy, and Air Force components
will each provide an exhibit high-
lighting one aspect of the central
In addition, the USSOUTHCOM
will present sky-diving exhibitions
and judo matches and the Abou Saad
clown unit will perform, all of which
will be enjoyed several times through-
out the day by visitors to the fair.
Bocas del Toro is located 190 air
miles northwest of Panama City.

New Engineer To Head

Cut Widening Project
Maj. Roger Martin Millar, U.S. talion (Combat Army) in Frankfurt,
Army, has arrived on the Isthmus and Genmany from August 1961 to June
has been assigned to the Panama 1964.
Canal's Construction Division to Major Millar's decorations include
succeed Maj. Peter Brindley, Project the Bronze Star Medal (2d Oak Leaf
Engineer, Canal Widening Project. Cluster with V device), Air Medal
Major Brindley expects to leave for (3d Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Comn-
the United States about the end of mendation Medal (1st Oak Leaf
this year. Cluster) and the Vietnamese Cross of
Before coming to the Canal Zone, Gallantry, with Silver Star.
Major Millar was Chief, Engineering lie is a member of the Oglethorpe
Applications Branch, Quality Assur- Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, Ga.,
ance Engineering Division, Director- the Society of American Military En-
ate of Quality Assurance for the De- giieers, American Society of Civil
fense Contract Administration Serv- Engineers, Phi Delta Theta social
ices-Region, Atlanta, Ca. From fraternity, Theta Tau professional en-
August 1966 to August 1967, he was gineering fraternity and Chi Epsilon,
stationed in Vietnam where he served lomorary civil engineering fraternity.
as Assistant Operations Officer, Com-
pany Comimander and Operations Major Millar's wife is the former
Officer with the st Engineer Bat- Sara Elizabeth Boulden of Baltimore,
talion, 1st Infantry Division. Md., and they have three sons: Roger
tAl n 1st I nr y Divisi o M martin, Jr., W illiam W ., and D avid L .
Major Millar holds bachelor's and ihe family has been assigned quar-
t d s ii cl ters in San Juan Place.
master's degrees in civil engineering.
He was eraduiated fm the Univr ------ -I

sity of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.,
with a bachelor's degree and received
his master's degree from Texas A&M
University, College Station, Tex.
Major Millar was platoon leader,
company commander and staff officer
of the 30th Engineer Battalion, Fort
Belvoir, Va., from February 1959 to
November 1960. lHe served as Assist-
ant Resident Engineer, Atlas Missile
Silo Program with the Corps of Engi-
neers Ballistic Missile Construction
Office, Schilling AFB, Kans., from
November 1960 to July 1961.
His first overseas assignment was
in Europe as platoon leader, later
serving as company commander, iln-
telligence officer. He was maintenance
officer with the 317th Engineer Bat-

Maj. Roger Martin Millar

David Rose Named

Director of Posts

Balboa Postmaster David C. Rose
has been named as the new Director
of Posts in the Canal Zone, succeed-
ing the late Robert S. Herr.
Rose was born in Ancon, the son
of Col. and Mrs. Charles E. Rose.
His father played a prominent part
in the completion of the Panama
Canal, supervising the blowing up of
Gamboa dike which united the
Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Rose attended Canal Zone schools
and was graduated from St. Bernard
College, Cullman, Ala.
He entered the Canal Zone Postal
Service in March 1937, starting work
on the Panama Railroad trains as
railway mailclerk. At that time there
were no mailtrucks and the mail for
each Canal town was dropped off
and picked up at the town's station.
He entered the U.S. Navy in 1944
as Petty Officer First Class and was
stationed at Fort Amador. Upon re-
ceiving an honorable discharge, he
returned to the Postal Service and
was placed in charge of the 15th
Naval District Post Office at Fort
Continuing up the promotion
ladder, he held various postal posi-
tions. He was named Postmaster of
Cristobal in 1965 and 2 years later
became Postmaster of Balboa.
Mrs. Rose, the former Mary Fran-
ces Murphy of Syracuse, N.Y., also
is a World War II veteran, with
service in the South Pacific as a U.S.
Army nurse. She now holds a posi-
tion as nurse supervisor at Gorgas
Mr. and Mrs. Rose have six chil-
dren: Beth and Charlene, who are
attending Canal Zone College;



Two U.S. Immigration and Natural-
ization Service officials are expected
to arrive in the Canal Zone Septem-
ber 15 to conduct hearings and issue
some 300 certificates of citizenship
for those whose applications have
been processed.
The officials are: Andrew J. Car-
michael, Jr., supervisory general
attorney, nationality, southeast re-
gional office, Richmond, Va., and
William T. Jarmon, assistant district
director, citizenship, San Antonio,
Hearings will be conducted by
appointment only as scheduled by the
Immigration and Naturalization Serv-
ice, New Orleans, for those persons
whose applications have been proc-
essed by that office and who have
been notified by mail from New
Orleans as to date, time, and place
of the Canal Zone hearing.
The hearings on citizenship, which
the examiners point out should not
be confused with naturalization, will
be held on weekdays, September
17-27 inclusive, in Room 105 in the
basement of Building 55:34, the old
Diablo HIheights Et:lementary School,
on plains Street, DIiablo.
Further information may be ob-
tained by telephoning Mrs. Lois
Thomas, Balboa 4202 from 7 a.m.
to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Monday
through Fridays.

Kathy, a student at Loyola Univer-
sity, New Orleans; and Eileen,
Michael and Sheila, who are attend-
ing Canal Zone schools.
Director of Posts Rose is a mem-
ber of Panama Canal Zone Lodge
No. 1414, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks and held the office of
treasurer for 6 years.

mo p

David C. Rose

Rainbow City

Teacher Wins

Members of the board of directors
of the Rainbow City Nursery honored
Philip Henry, president of the board,
who is to leave soon to do post-
graduate work at the San Jose State
College, California, on a National
Science Foundation scholarship.
A dinner-program in honor of
Henry, who is a teacher at the Rain-
bow City Elementary School and
very active in community activities,
was held in the Civic Center of
Rainbow City.
The Reverend Dennis Josiah of
St. Alban's Church, Paraiso, gave the
invocation and Audley Webster,
principal of the Paraiso Elementary
School was the main speaker. Wilfred
E. Barrow, president of the Rainbow
City Civic Council, was the master
of ceremonies.
Several piano and vocal renditions
were included in the program.
A travel bag was presented to
Henry by Miss Clara Wattley and
Mrs. Rose Mignott, vice president of
the board of directors, presented a
bouquet of orchids to Mrs. Henry.

Sturgis To Sound
Her Whistle Today
The nuclear power barge Sturgis,
which is moored in Gatun Lake, will
test the vessel's whistle at 4 p.m.
today. The test consists of 30-second
blasts of the barge's whistle for a
period of 3 minutes.

"The Scalphunters" of the 1969
Canal Zone United Fund Film Fes-
Balboa Theater, September 10;
Paraiso Theater, September 11; Rain-
bow City, September 12; Coco Solo,
September 13.


September 6, 1968

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Red Cross volunteers of the Canal Zone Chapter of the
American Red Cross get an early start preparing ditty
bags to be shipped to servicemen and servicewomen
stationed in Vietnam. From left, Mrs. O. A. Bradford,

C.Z. Red Cross

Begins Work on

"Mission Xmas"

Volunteers of the Canal Zone
Chapter of the American Red Cross
are busy preparing 300 ditty bags-
their goal-which are to be filled with
a variety of small gifts and shipped
to servicemen and servicewomen in
South Vietnam.
American Red Cross field directors
in South Vietnam will distribute the
sturdy cloth ditty bags during the
Christmas season.
Cooperating with the "Mission
Christmas" program are the 8th Spe-
cial Forces Wives Club, Atlantic
Area Officers Wives Club, and Latin
American Students Wives Club, all
of Fort Gulick; Fort Clayton NCO
Wives Club, Balboa Lions Club, E. S.
Waid Unit No. 2, American Legion
Auxiliary, Cristobal, and Cain Bros.
The bags are made of sturdy cotton
material and will be useful to the
servicemen and servicewomen after
the original contents are depleted.
Each bag contains a holiday greeting
with the names of the contributors
and the name of the Red Cross Chap-
ter. The items in the bag include
writing paper, pen, address books,
mailing size voice tapes, combs,
pocket games, plastic cigarette cases,
wash cloths, nail clips, and card cases.
The Canal Zone Chapter is one
of the nearly 1,400 American Red
Cross chapters working on the Christ-
mas project whose nationwide goal is
to make and fill at least 525,000 gift
ditty bags.

Schools Offers

Refresher in

Water Safety

Arrangements have been made by
the Division of Schools to hold water
safety refresher courses on both sides
of the Isthmus. Persons attending
must be employed by this Division
and hold Water Safety Instructors
Pacific side dates are Tuesday,
September 10, and Thursday, Sep-
tember 12, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
at the Balboa Swimming Pool.
Atlantic side dates are Tuesday,
September 17, and Thursday, Sep-
tember 19, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
at the Margarita Swimming Pool.
All persons attending should bring
their swimming suits and be prepared
to participate in all phases of the
refresher course.

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Mrs. D. W. Kiley, Miss Patricia Dertien, Mrs. P. B.
Cheris, Mrs. W. R. La Chapelle, Mrs. E. D. Storrs, and
Mrs. I. A. Russell, working on the Christmas project.

U.S. Power Squadrons

Teach Piloting, Safety

Water skiing is not in the cur-
riculum of the free piloting classes
offered by the U.S. Power Squadrons,
a private non-profit educational orga-
nization. But like other phases of
water sports, water skiing has a few
do's and don't for its participants and
is within the jurisdiction of Boating
Rules and Regulations.
When starting to pull a skier, the
towboat should start at idling speed
with the skier in the water. When the
towrope becomes fully extended, the
skier-now in a sitting position-
should yell "hit it" when he is ready.
The driver then applies full throttle
to the motor.
Recommended hand signals for
skiers are:
Slower: Palm down-motion
Speed OK: The OK sign, with
thumb and forefinger making
an "O".
Faster: Palm up-motion up-
Stop: Hand up, fingers out-
Cut Motor: Draw finger across
windpipe in cutting motion.
A tremendous responsibility lies
with the operator of a boat pulling
a skier. Make wide turns whenever
possible. If a sharp turn must be
made, be sure the skier will not be
on the inside of the turn. Wait for
him to return to the wake. If he is
on the inside, he will sink in the water
because of lack of speed, only to have
the towrope pulled from his hands
when the line finally straightens out.
A water skier appreciates a safe,
smooth ride.
A skier being towed may be up to
75 feet behind the operator of the
boat, so it is important to keep clear
of other boats and obstacles. And a
boat should never turn in front of an
oncoming vessel.
Always have a second person in
the boat watching the skier. To pick
up a fallen skier, approach at idling
speed and make a lazy half turn
around him. The towline will float
directly into his hands. Be sure the
motor is in neutral or shut off
altogether when taking the skier back
on board.
If the skier is spilled, he should
watch for an approaching boat and
splash as hard as possible to be seen.

The automobile has replaced the
horse, but if you must drive, stay on
the wagon.

Sometimes it is difficult to see a
bobbing head in the waves, and a
prop going 4800 r.p.m. is a dangerous
weapon slicing through the waters.
Towropes should be run through
special eye bolts installed in the
transom. Never use the outboard
clamps as a temporary substitute, but
use special bolts.
Safe boating through education is
the basis of the U.S. Power Squad-
rons. Free classes start Monday, Sep-
tember 9 at 7 p.m. at the Panama
Canal Training Center in Balboa. It is
not necessary to be a boat owner to


By Emily J. Price

Women who are interested in
clothes will be both fascinated and
repelled by The Fashion Makers. This
is a photographic record by Walter
Vecchio, with text by Robert Riley,
of the fashion industry from the Paris
openings to the bitter end of a sale
in Filene's basement. No aspect of
the fabulous garment industry is
slighted. Pictures show the creations
of student designers and operations
of the specialty stores Bergdorf
Goodman and I. Magnin, and the
clothes range from horrible to
Dervla Murphy is a young Irish-
woman who traveled from Ireland to
India in 1963-by bicycle. While
resting from her journey she became
involved with the plight of Tibetan
refugees in India, especially a thou-
sand children in nursery camps. Her
affection for these "Tiblets" led her
to resume her journey to visit adult
Tibetan refugees in out-of-the-way
areas in the Himalayas. Her observ-
ant eye and spontaneous manner of
writing make her account of this
journey, Tibetan Foothold, well worth
The Wind Blows Free by Vian
Smith is an engrossing English novel
of life on Dartmoor during the 19th
century. It tells the story of two fam-
ilies-one noble, one commoner, and
describes what the Enclosure Act
meant to a way of life that had lasted
for 600 years.

Husband: "Is my wife going out?"
Maid: "Yes, Sir."
Husband: "Do you know if I'm
going with her?"
Every conscientious wife has a
better than average memory. Each
wife even remembers those wild
and wonderful times that never
happened .. .

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
September 7, 1968

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:55 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Half A Sixpence (AYC)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-The Scalphunters (AY)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Banning (A)
Fri., 6:15, 8:30 p.m.-The Sons Of Katie
Elder (AYC)

Sat., 6:30 p.m.-Chubasco (AY)
Sat., 9:00 p.m. (Prerelease)-Sergeant
Ryker (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Secret
Seven (AYC)
Sum.-Mon.-The Party (AY)
Tues.-Seven Days In May (AY)
Wed.-Taras Bulba (AY)
Thurs.--alk, Don't Run (A)
Fri.-The Second Time Around (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Fast
Company (AY)
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Warlock (AY-excellent,
Sun.-Will Penny (AY-excellent,
Tues.-Walk, Don't Run (A)
Wed.-The Party (AY)
Fri.-Seven Days In May (AY)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-Camelot (AY)
Tues.-Beloved Infidel (A)
Wed.-The Professionals (A)
Thurs.-Fraulein (A)
Fri.-The Scalphunters (AY)
Sat.-Helicopter Spies (AYC)
Sat., 9:00 p.m. (Prerelease)-Wait Until
Dark (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Wizard
Of Baghdad (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-P. J. (A)
Tues.-Busy Body (A)
Wed.-Information Received (A)
Thurs.-Any Number Can Win (AY)
Fri.-Warlock (AY-excellent,
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Bridge
To The Sun (AY)

Sat.-Up The MacGregors (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The
Sheepman (AYC)
Sun.-Planet Of The Apes (AY)
Tues.-Any Number Can Win (AY)
Thurs.-Busy Body (AY)
Fri.-Chubasco (AY)

Special Matinees
(R), AYC or as Listed ***

Saturday, September 7, 1968

10:00 a.m.
Dunkirk-John Mills, Richard Atten-
borough: Many men lost their lives-but
England saved her finest on the beaches
of Dunkirk. (SIT.) T-102 mins.

2:00 p.m.
The Lone Star-Clark Gable, Ava Gardner:
A dynamic drama of action and adven-
ture in 1845 Texas when the territory
was divided over question of annexation
to the United States. (SIT.) (Color.)
T-100 mins.

6:15 p.m.
Knights Of The Round Table-Robert
Taylor, Ava Gardner: An adventure tale
of the restoration of England during
the days of King Arthur. (Color.)
T-122 mins.

2:00 p.m.
Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn-Tony
Randall, Patty McCormack: America's
beloved classic of life on the old Mis-
sissippi. (Color.) T-113 mins.

2:00 p.m.
Beau Gcste-Guy Stockwell, Douglas Mc-
Clure: The heat of hatred fans the flames
of vengeance in this scorching desert
adventure. (Color.) T-112 mins.
2:00 p.m.
At War With The Army-Dean Martin,
Jerry Lewis: A riotous tale of Army life
laugh-packed from start to finish. (SIT.)
T-98 mins.

*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Military writer Arch Whitehouse in
Fighting Ships discusses the evolu-
tion of the modern war fleet from
the galleys of Greece and Rome to
the Nuclear Navy. Popularly written
for everyone's enjoyment, the author's
background as a fighter pilot enables
him to write knowledgeably about the
naval campaigns of World War II
and the revolution in fleet components
in the past 20 years.
A suspense-filled yarn is Henrietta
Who? by Catherine Aird. Henrietta
is shocked by the murder of her
mother who turns out not to have
been her mother at all. The double
search for identity and a criminal
makes a well plotted mystery story.

(On the basis of total Federal Service)

20 Years

William H. Lovell
Bookkeeping Machine Operator
Richard M. Conover
Personnel Management Specialist
Martin G. Klontz
Planner and Estimator
(Shipwright Boatbuilder)
Dana M. Thompson
Lock Operator (Electrician)
Rail Gonzalez
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Abelardo Henry
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Jos6 V. Munive
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Sergio GonzAlez
Helper Lock Operator
Cyril Daniel
Helper Machinist
Pedro G6ndola A.
Carpenter (Maintenance)
Andr6s Prada R.
Clifton J. Johnson
Truckdriver (Heavy)
Francisco Castillo
Carpenter (Maintenance)
JosA A. Perez
Truckdriver (Heavy)
Gertrude J. Connard
Retail Store Department Manager
(Dry Goods)
Buenaventura Quezada
Grounds Maintenance Equipment
Glyndon M. Worrock
Shift Engineer (Steam)
Charles C. Loyd
Senior Operator
(Generating Station)
Federico Barahona
Frederick M. Baker
Electrician (Lineman)
Charles S. Kerr
Harold Fairclough B.
Agustin SAnchez
Laborer (Heavy)
Miguel Rivas
Nathaniel Hunte
Helper Electrician (Lineman)
Sail Parada M.
Grace J. Rider
Librarian (Elementary and
Secondary U.S. Schools)
Stephen R. Peck
Instructor (Canal Zone College)
Jocelyn W Barrowes
Principal (Elementary L.A.
Hubert L. Gould
Detention Guard
M. R. Callender
Clerk Typist
Oren C. Irion
Chief, Medical Service,
Coco Solo Hospital
Gladys W. Brayton
Fiscal Accounting Supervisor
Abraham Reyes

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Awards totaling $270 for suggestions which will result
in more than $3,600 in tangible benefits to the Canal
organization went to four members of the Marine Bureau
during the last Incentive Awards presentation. From
left to right are Paul D. Givonetti, locks operator, $50

award; Edgard U. Petit, Navigation Division clerk, $150
award; Gordon E. Thiel, Navigation Division signalman,
$20 award; and James M. Slover, control house operator,
$50 award.

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(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1:00-The Christophers
1:15-The Answer
2:10-High Life Sports Special
2:35-The Tony Awards
4:15-Wonderful World of Golf
5:10-Melody Ranch
6:40-College Bowl
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00--SCN News
8:05-The Ed Sullivan Show
9:00-Americans at Work
9:15-American Profile: "Home
Country U.S.A."
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart
4:15-"Ozzie & Harriet"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:30-The Big Picture
6:30-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
(:55--SCN News In Spanish
7:05--The Danny Thomas Show
7:30- happening '68
8:)00-SCN News
8:05-Ben Casey
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05--Armchair Theater:
"Song of Surrender"
10:40-Focus on Today
10:50-The Mike Douglas Show
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
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:
"Plunder of the Painted
10:30-Focus on Today
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-NET: Trends in Music of Our
:30--Vietnam Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Spotlight '68"
(Live Special)
10:05-Peter Gun
10:25-Focus on Today
10:45-Dennis Day Show
4:15-Dennis Day Show (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)

Rumor has it that God is eliminat-
ing next year because of His lack of
faith in man's ability to meet tomor-
row's problems.

6:30- Bob Cunmings Show
6-55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Jack Benny (Special)
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Joey Bishop Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
10:20--Armihair Theater:
"Yesterday and Today"
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-A Voice in Readiness
(Navy Film)

4:15-"Andy Griffith"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Flying Fisherman
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-NBC Experiment in Television
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"A Farewell To Arms"
11:35-Focus on Today
11:55-"Ozzie & Harriet"

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-Saturdav Playhouse:
"My Dear Secretary"
8:10-SCN News
8:15-Trip To Where
9:05-Canal Zone Calendar
9:10--IIave Gun, Will Travel
9:35-Hollywood Talent Scouts
10:30-Focus on Today
10:5)0-Late Movie:
"Sins of Jezebel"

Balboa YMCA

Offers 3 New

Judo Classes
The Armed Services YMCA of
Balboa is sponsoring three new Judo
classes beginning in September.
An adult beginners class starts Sep-
tember 10 and meets Tuesdays and
Thursday at 6 p.m. This class is open
to qualified military and U.S. citizens
of the Canal Zone over 17 years of
age. Duration of this co-ed course is
3 months and the cost is $12 for
the lessons.
A beginners class, Co-ed Junior
Judo, for 13 to 17 year olds also
begins September 10. Classes meet
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4:30 p.m.
and the cost is $6 for the first 10
The Kaydet beginners judo class
for boys and girls 8 to 12 years of
age will meet September 9 at 4 p.m.
Classes are Mondays at 4 p.m. and
Saturday at 1 p.m. Cost is $6 for the
first 10 lessons.
Parents must register the children
in the Junior Judo and Kaydet group.
The judo courses taught at the
YMCA are under the auspices of the
Canal Zone Judo Club, an interna-
tionally accredited club affiliated with
the Armed Forces Judo Association
and the Shufu Association.


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Carlos Francisco G., left, and Vernon I. Johns, right, two temporary
employees at Miraflores Locks, display Special Acts Award and check each
was presented for action that prevented a possible fatal accident.


With fire in his eyes and fangs
flashing, the cornered beast snarled
at its tormentors. Backing into a
corner, it braced itself for a final stand
against monstruous odds. The great
white hunter, with caution born of
bitter experience, closed in on his
Suddenly, the huge grey beast
broke and ran in a desperate bid for
freedom. The hunter didn't flinch. In
the face of this final assault, he struck
the death blow.
"Got him," yelled Jerry Fleming.
"My hero," cooed Norma Lanuza.
"Oh, mi6rcoles," I groaned, as
I walked out of the Graphic Branch
right after they killed the mouse,
"you'd think you were in Kenya on
safari." (It's like I've been telling
.those photographers all along: If you
have to say anything at all when
you take a picture, why say-
Sa ca Household hint for the meticulous
mother: If you don't know what to
do about your 10-year-old son who,
despite your frequent admonitions,
goes around with his shirttails hang-
ing out instead of neatly tucked into
his trousers, try sewing a few inches
of dainty lace around the bottom of
each shirt. If this doesn't work, you'd
better buy him a guitar, lady, because
it means he's fashion-conscious.
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Mrs. Gladys Humphrey writes from
Sarasota, Fla., to tell us that the Birth-
day Club, composed of former Canal
Zone residents in that area, recently
held one of its monthly meetings
using the Panama Canal theme to
celebrate the Canal's 54th anniver-
sary. Luncheon was served with the
menu consisting of tasty tidbits native
to Panama, including shrimp salad in
avocado halves, and a great time was

Quick Thinking

Earns Special

Acts Awards
A Special Acts Award, signed by
Gov. W. P. Leber, and a check for
$100 each went to Carlos Francis-
co G. and Vernon I. Johns, two tem-
porary Panamanian employees of the
Locks Division whose quick think-
ing and prompt action prevented a
possible fatal accident at Miraflores
Locks, July 3.
The awards and the checks were
presented to the two men by Capt.
Donald A. Dertien, USN, Marine Di-
rector, in a ceremony at the Mira-
florcs Locks Theater in the presence
of the Acting Chief of the Locks
Division R. J. Danielson and a num-
her of their coworkers.
The near accident occurred when
Victor Torres, employed as a tem-
porary painter, secured his safety line
to a link in the fender chain prepar-
ing to place a scallold in the chain
pit, when the chain was accidentally
put into motion. \Vithout hesitation,
Johns and Francisco grabbed Torres,
broke the line and pulled him to
The certificate accompanying the
cash award commended Johns and
Francisco for saving Torres from a
very serious, possibly fatal, fall into
the machinery or onto the steel plat-
fonr below. "The action taken is
highly comniendable, "the Governor
said, "and I wish to extend to you
my personal thanks."

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had by all those attending when they
reviewed mementos from the Canal
Zone. Among those mementos were
the first issue of the Panama Canal
Review (thank you, girls!) and that
rare item-a commissary coupon book.
Members present included Mildred
Neely, Marion Greene, Maxine Hitch-
cock, Madge Hall, Fran Orvis, Jeanne
Burgoon, Jay Cain, and Ruth Stroop.

Lou Reyes and Bobby Lopez were
fighting their way through a scream-
ing mob of autograph hunters at the
Canal Zone College. I finally managed
to steer them into an empty class-
room where they could find some
respite from the idolizing throng, but
not before Bob had lost part of his
shirt, and Lou had been relieved of
his left coat sleeve, his Mickey Mouse
hat, and his wallet.
"Fellah," I asked, "what's the
reason for your immense popularity
with the college crowd?"
"Well," Bob replied, "since we
work full-time and only go to school
part-time, we end up coming to class
in coats and ties all the time."
"That's right, Bob," said Lou, who
was perched on the edge of a desk,
"so, since we're different from the
rest of the students, they've made us
their idols. I see it as a sign of the
I was skeptical: "I thought the
only signs of the times that interest
college folk these days were protest
"Not here at CZC," Bob answered.
"Last year's idols were the guys who
were going to college in the States.
They made a big thing about the
equipment they would need for col-
lege life up there-helmets, gas masks,
poster paint, and so forth . ."
"But this year, we're it," com-
mented Lou. "In fact, there's talk of
banning all last year's idols from this
campus, since they're Not What's
Happening and we don't want them
to give us a bad name."
"Do you mean to say that you
fellahs don't want any competition on
this campus?", I asked.
"Man, we don't HAVE any com-
petition," Bob answered. "The last
guy who wanted to protest here
wound up so frustrated that he went
to a college in the States. But he had
delusions of grandeur and got carried
away in his protesting, so he won't
be around for a couple of semesters,
at least."
I ventured a final question: "I guess
you mean that he burned his draft
Lou and Bob smirked as they both
both chimed in with the reply:
"No, man. He burned his draft
I see this as a sign of the times,
and I guess things could get worse-
in the States. But at Canal Zone Col-
lege, things are definitely getting

Johnny, age 7, came home from his
first day in school last week and
prmodly announced to his mother:
"I can spell 'rat'-R-A-T!"
"Why, that's very good, Johnny,"
said his beaming mother. "And how
do you spell 'mouse'?"
Johnny looked worried for a
nionimt, then indignantly replied:
"(;ec Monm, the sanle way but with
little letters."
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(Send your items to "It's No
Secret," Box M, Balboa Heights,


September 6, 1968

Education Gov. Reviews PC Progress

So Authority At Retirement Ceremony
^ rTo SPqonnk

Mrs. D. Robert La Porta pins lieutenant's badge on her husband, who is
senior traffic officer, Cristobal Police District. La Porta's promotion to lieu-
tenant will become effective September 8. At right is Capt. Fred E. Perra,
District Police Commander, Cristobal.

Police Division Announces

Transfers, Promotion

Three Canal Zone police officers
have been assigned to new duties in
the Police Division following the
promotion of Canal Zone Police Lt.
Robert A. Engelke to Assistant Dis-
trict Police Commander, Balboa
Central Station.
Lt. Charles C. Fears succeeded
Lieutenant Engelke as Lieutenant
Inspector and supervisory training
officer in Canal Zone Police Head-
quarters, Civil Affairs Building.
Lt. A. I. Hermanny has been
assigned to duty at the Balboa Cen-
tral Police Station, succeeding Lieu-
tenant Fears. Lt. D. Robert La Porta,
promoted from Sergeant, is assigned
to duty station at Cristobal.
Lieutenant Inspector Fears, who
resides in Balboa, was born in Ossin-
ing, N.Y., and attended Crosby High
School in Waterbury, Conn. He came
to the Canal Zone November 29,
1942, and was assigned to "Camp
Harrison," a district engineer labor
camp on Boy Scout Hill, Thatcher
Highway, where the Canal Zone
police had a substation.
In 1943, he was assigned to the
Balboa district and served there until
1949 when he transferred to the
Service Center, where he was assist-
ant manager for one year. He re-
turned to the police force in 1950.
In 1954, he was promoted to ser-
geant and was transferred to Cris-
tobal. As supervisory sergeant, he
was transferred in 1958 to the Canal
Zone Penitentiary, Gamboa. He was
appointed Police Division training
officer in 1960 and was promoted to
lieutenant on January 17, 1965.
He is a member of the Knights of
Columbus; of Panama Canal Zone
Lodge No. 1414, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, and the
National Police Officers Association
of America.
His wife is the former Elizabeth
Saffo of Ansonia, Conn., and they
have a twin son and daughter:
Charles Fears, Jr. of New Jersey,
and Elizabeth Patricia Goldstein of
Lima, Peru.
Police Lieutenant Albert I. Her-
manny was born in New York City
and is a graduate of Stuyvesant
High School.
He came to the Isthmus in 1941
and worked as a Panama Canal dis-
patcher in the Dredging Division,
Camboa, from October 1941 to Sep-
tember 1942. After serving in the
U.S. Army from October 1942 to
January 1946 he was reemployed as
a Panama Canal dispatcher in Gam-
boa in 1946 and the following year
turnedd to the United States. Re-

turning to the Isthmus in 1948, he
began work with the Canal Zone
Police Division in December.
In 1953, he was promoted to de-
tective policeman. Subsequent pro-
motions were to district detective,
police sergeant, and detective ser-
geant. On January 14, 1968, he was
promoted to police lieutenant. He
has served with the Police Division
on the Pacific and Atlantic sides of
the Isthmus and now is returning to
Balboa from Cristobal, where he
was shift commander. In the Balboa
District station he will be shift
commander and training coordinator.
Lieutenant Hermanny was ap-
pointed Canal Zone regional vice
president of the International Asso-
ciation for Identification for the
period 1967-68. During his service
with the Canal Zone Police Division
he has received numerous commen-
dations for excellence of duty per-
formance, as well as for his work
with the Pacific Little League team.
Last year he was vice president in
charge of the Farm League of the
Pacific Little League. He is a mem-
ber of Panama Canal Zone Lodge
No. 1414, Benevolent and Protec-
tive Order of Elks and is active in
St. Mary's Church activities.
Mrs. Hennanny is the former Ann
Rose Faris. They have five children:
Eugene T., Thomas A., Rita A.,
Joseph R., and Albert J.
Lieutenant La Porta, who resides
in Margarita, is a native of Jersey
City, N.J., and attended schools in
that city. On October 5, 1942, lhe
enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps
and came to the Isthmus while in
service, being stationed at the Ma-
rine Corps base in Cristobal. He
received an honorable discharge in
the United States in November 1945
and returned to the Isthmus in
February 1946. In May 1946 he
joined the Canal Zone Police Force.
All his service has been on the
Atlantic side of the Isthmus in the
Cristobal District Police Office, where
lie was detective and traffic officer.
In 1963, Lieutenant La Porta was
presented an Outstanding Perform-
ance Award and this year lie received
a Superior Service Award.
IHe is a member of Lodge No.
1542, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks and he has been active
in work with the Cub Scouts.
Mrs. La Porta is the former Dinah
Sasso of Colon. Lieutenant and Mrs.
la Porta have two children, Debra
and D. Robert, who are in school in
the Atlantic side.

The Canal Zone Special Education

Dr. Barbara Bateman

Association and the Canal Zone
Chapter of the Council for Excep-
tional Children have announced that
Dr. Barbara Bateman, an outstanding
special education authority from the
University of Oregon, will visit the
Isthmus from September 8 through
13 to conduct a series of lectures and
clinics on remediation techniques.
Dr. Bateman, a specialist in her
field, is a noted researcher and
author. She has been a teacher of
the mentally retarded and emotion-
ally disturbed blind children at the
Washington State School for the
Blind. She has served an educational
internship at the California State
Hospital for Mental Defectives at
Sonoma and done special education
work at the Ashland Public Schools
in Oregon.
Dr. Bateman has been research
associate at the Institute for Research
on Exceptional Children at the Uni-
versity of Illinois and associate
professor at DePaul University in
Chicago. She was staff consultant in
language disorders at the Henner
Speech and Hearing Center, Michael.
Reese Hospital in Chicago.
Author of more than 40 mono-
graphs, Dr. Bateman has published
many articles on special education.
She has served as consultant to hos-
pitals, public schools, state depart-
nmcnts of education, private schools,
clinics, and universities in over 40
Dr. Bateman will present a lecture
at a dinner meeting at the Quarry
Heights Officers Club. For informa-
tion on the dinner-meeting, call
Balboa 2511.

CZC Club To Welcome

New Members Sept. 14

New and prospective members of
the Canal Zone College Club will be
welcomed at a coffee in the Roosevelt
Room of the Tivoli Guest House at
9:30 a.m., September 14.
The coffee will start off this year's
activities with a "Back to School"
The main purpose of the club is
to instill in girls attending Balboa
I ligh School and Canal Zone College
the desire to further their education
in colleges in the United States. The
organization awards a scholarship to
a deserving young lady from one of
the two schools each year.
Music at the college will be pro-
vided by pianist Allen Austin and
the Woodwind Quintet of tlhe
USAFSO band, under the direction
of Sgt. Lee Barnes. I lostesscs for tlhe
coffee will be Mrs. John C. Fawcett,
chairman, assisted by Mris. M. Waycne
Foscue and Mrs. Frank A. Anderson,
iand Misses Shirley Molfett and (race
SJ. Rider.
; Ionthly n eetings hliavi beCen
Arranged by Mlrs. C('more Atcf'k, pro-

gram chairman, and Mrs. Charles L.
Latimer, entertainment chairman.
Mrs. Daniel Paolucci is chairman
of the club's Book Review Croup, the
first meeting of which is scheduled
for 9:30 a.m., September 26, at the
Panama Canal Tiaining Center on
Corozo Street. Mrs. C. V. Daniels
will be the reviewer and Mrs. Pao-
lucci will serie as hostess.
Chairman of the Art Club is Mrs.
L-manll Saunders and the first meet-
ing of this organization will be held
at 9 a.m.. October 3, at the home of
XMrs. I.ester A. cerguson, 155 Quarry
Roadl, Ballot HIights. Sublhct of the
meeting is The World Dividing.
Officers of the Canal Zone College
Club for this year are: Mrs. Franlcis
J. Garavanta, president; Mrs. Elder-
mae A. Duff, first vice president; Mrs.
Elwood G(. Bissett, second vice pres-
ident; Mrs. James I,. \Wolf, corres-
ponding secretary; Mrs. Oliver P.
Cote, treasurer; Mrs. Kenneth C.
Zimnitnennan, recording secretary. Mrs.
Edlward1 '. Gairett is publicity chair-
nI hLI.

Two Panama Canal employees,
each with more than half a century's
service, headed the list of those
who received their retirement cer-
tificates front Cov. W. P. Leher in
a ceremony in the Board Room of
the Administration Building, Balboa
Heights, last week.
These two are Edwin Collins, a
native of Jamaica, leader exter-
ininator in the Sanitation Division,
whose Canal service totaled 52 years,
11 months, and 6 days, and Algon
V. Herdman, also a native of Jamai-
ca, employed as leader, water service-
man in the Terminals Division, whose
Canal service added up to 51 years,
7 months, 8 days.
Governor Leber stated he was
impressed to know the Canal organi-
zation has employees with such long
fine careers. The Canal, he said,
hadn't been open very long before
these two men came to work for
the organization. Then the Locks
were the largest in the world. No
ship was too big to transit in 1914
and even in 1939 the transit of the
Bremen was a big event.
Now, every day, said Governor
Leber, ships bigger than the Bremen
transit. He said lie doubted that any-
one, in 1920, would foresee that 65
oceangoing vessels a day would
transit the Canal-but that number
has been handled in a day's work.
"Ships don't go through the Canal
by themselves," said Governor Leber,
as he paid tribute to the Panama
Canal employees who have kept ad-
vancing, learning new crafts, keep-
ing up with growing world com-
merce and attendant greater use of
the Canal.
He congratulated the retiring em-
ployees and wished each one good
luck. Governor Leber presented each
retiring employee with the Panama
Canal retirement certificate, while
each employee's Bureau Director
added personal congratulations.
Those who retired from Canal
service, with their places of employ-
inent and years of U.S. Government
service, are as follows:
Harry J. Ailant, Truck Driver (Heavy
Trailer), Motor Transportation Di-
vision, Pacific side: 40 years, 8
months, 2 days.
Romang Archbold, Leader Seaman,
Dredging Division, Pacific side:
47 years, 9 months, 3 days.
Jorge II. Baina, Stevedore, Terminals
Division, Atlantic side: 16 years,
9 months, 27 days.
Elevick J. Baptist, Air Compressor
Plant Operator, Industrial Division,
Atlantic side: 45 years, 4 days.

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Edwin Collins, Leader Exterminator,
Sanitation Division, Pacific side:
52 years, 11 months, 6 days.
Hlerman Franklin, Deckhand (Boat-
swain), Navigation Division, Pa-
cific side: 29 years, 5 months, 24
Mrs. Lucille M. Fulop, Clerk-Dic-
tating Machine Transcriber, Office
of Engineering and Construction
Bureau Director, Pacific side: 25
years, 6 months, 3 days.
Alva J. Henry, Guard, Supply Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 35 years, 4
months, 8 days.
Algon V. Ilerdman, Leader, Water
Serviceman, Terminals IDivision,
Atlantic side: 51 years, 7 months,
8 days.
Leopoldo A. Ingran, Baker, Supply
Division, Atlantic side: 21 years,
5 months, 24 days.
Jack Kaplan, Lead Foreman (Auto-
motive Equipment Repair), Motor
Transportation Division, Atlantic
side: 23 years, 9 months, 26 days.
Felix Karpinski, Lead Foreman (Lock
Operations), Locks Division, Atlan-
tic side: 38 years, 3 months, 15
Lamar M. Lavendar, Towing Loco-
motive Operator, Locks Division,
Pacific side: 31 years, 2 days.
Efrain N. Mera, Seaman, Dredging
Division, Pacific side: 26 years,
2 months, 14 days.
John S. Pettingill, Executive Assist-
ant to Superintendent of Schools,
Schools Division, Pacific side: 31
years, 2 months, 2 days.
Ardrey V. Peyton, Lock Operator
(Electrician), Locks Division, Atlan-
tic side: 23 years, 29 days.
Juan F. Rodriguez, Deckhand, Navi-
gation Division, Atlantic side: 17
years, 10 months, 28 days.
Austin E. Salter, General Foreman,
Electrician, Electrical Division,
Atlantic side: 26 years, 9 months,
17 days.
Victor L. Sanger, Lead Foreman
(Public Works-Construction and
Maintenance); Maintenance Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 40 years, 1 month,
15 days.
Norton B. Stephenson, Administrative
Assistant, Engineering Division,
Pacific side: 30 years, 1 day.
Herbert F. Taake, Leader Electrician,
Electrical Division, Atlantic side:-
25 years, 9 months, 24 days.
Fidel Teril, Cement Finisher, Main-
tenance Division, Atlantic side:
34 years, 17 days.
Gilbert Thompson, Crane Iookman,
Storehouse Division, Pacific side:
28 years, 8 months, 3 days.
Apolonario Valarezo, Winchman, Ter-
minals Division, Pacific side: 18
years, 1 month, 18 days.
Jos6 Valoy, Stevedore, Terminals
Division, Pacific side: 22 years,
3 months.
Eugene White, Signalman, Naviga-
tion Division, Pacific side: 34
years, 23 days.
Clarence G. Wilson, Painter, Dredg-
ing Division, Pacific side: 30 years,
12 days.



Tryouts will be held September 9
through September 13 for Gilbert &
Sullivan's "Mikado," to be presented
by the Cristobal Little Theatre.
Auditions will he held at the Fort
Gulick Service Club during the first
night of tryouts, September 9.
On Tuesday, September 10, try-
outs will be held at the Cristobal
YMCA and on \Wednesday, Septem-
ber 11, tryouts will be at the Cris-
tobal Little Theatre.
The Fort )Davis Service Club will
bhe the scene of tryouts on Thursday,
September 12. and the final night of
tryouts, Sepptember 13, will be at the
Cristobal Little Theatre.
Thirly-five inembers of the cast
ai ar sought, in roles from Ko-Ko, Lord
lHigh Executioner, and The Mikado,
'Emperor of Japan, to the citizens of
Japan. In a production of this mag-
nitude, everIy type of off-stage help
is required.
Further information may be ob-
tained by telephoning Trevor B.
Siimons, at his office, 3-2530 or at
his home in Cristobal, 3-1833.



Vol. VII, No. 12 Mds de 50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viemes 6 de Septiembre de 1968

Lleg6 la Campafia

Federal Combinada

Solo tiene que hacer la misma
marca del ano pasado.
Si todos los empleados 1o hacen,
el Canal de PanamA alcanzarA fAcil-
mente su marca de este afio en la
Campafia Federal Combinada de
Y coimo se hizo el afio pasado, los
que hagan la misma marca del afio
pasado llevarAn el emblema de los
que pertenecen al Club de la Cuota
La Declaraci6n de Acuerdo para
participar en la Campaiia Federal
Combinada de 1969, ha sido firmada
ya por los niembros principales-

Paul M. Runnestrand, director ejecu-
livo del Fondo Unido de la Zona del
Canal; el Vice Gobernador H. R.
Parfitt, president del comitA coordi-
nador del program de recolecci6n
de fondos, CFC, y E. David Luria,
jefe interino de la Misi6n CARE en
PanamA, en representaci6n de las
Agencias Internacionales de Servicio.
La campafia se pondrn en march
el 30 de septiembre y continuara
hasta el 19 de noviembre.
El atractivo emblema, de metal
amarillo, puede ser usado como pren-
dedor de corbata, en la solapa o de
muchas maneras.

Collins y Herdman Fueron

Decanos de los Jubilados

Dos empleados del Canal de Pa-
namad, cada uno de ellos con mais de
medio siglo de servicio, encabezaban
la lista de los que recibieron sus cer-
tificados de jubilaci6n de manos del
Cobernador W. P. Leber en una
ceremonia que tuvo lugar en el Sal6n
de Reuniones del Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n, en Balboa Heights, la
semana pasada.
Fueron ellos Edwin Collins, na-
cido en Jamaica, capataz extermina-
dor en la Divisi6n de Sanidad, con
52 aiios, 11 meses y 6 dias al servicio
del Canal, y Algon V. Herdman, tam-
bien de Jamaica, capataz encargado
de abastecer de agua a buques en
trinsito, de la Divisi6n de Termina-
les, con un servicio al Canal de 51
aiios, 7 meses, 8 dias.
El Gobernador Leber declare que
estaba impresionado al comprobar
que el Canal contaba con empleados
con tan magnifico servicio. Dijo que
el Canal no tenia much tiempo de
abierto cuando ellos vinieron a tra-
bajar. En aquel tiempo las esclusas
eran las mias grande del mundo. No
habia ningin barco demasiado gran-
de para el Canal en 1914, y aiin en
1939, el paso del Bremen fue un
gtran event.
"Ahora, todos los dias", dijo el
Cobernador Leber, "transitan el
Canal buques mais grande que el
Bremen". Dijo que dudaba que al-
guien, en 1920, hubiera previsto que
alguin dia transitarian el Canal 65
naves en 24 horas, pero ello ha suce-

"Los barcos no transitan solos el
Canal", dijo el Goberador Leber al
rendir tribute a los empleados del
Canal de PanamA que lo han man-
tenido, sienipre mejorando, siempre
aprendiendo nuevos oficios, siempre
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

Nuevo Jefe

De Proyecto

De Ensanche Tuvieron Escuelas L.A.

El Mayor Roger Martin Milla
Ej6rcito de Estados Unidos, h
gado al Istmo y ha sido asign;
la Division de Construcci6n
Canal de Panamri, en reemplaz
Mayor Peter Brindley, Ingenie
Cargo del Proyecto de Ampli
del Canal. El Mayor Brindley e
partir para los Estados Unidos
dedor de fin de afio.
Antes de venir a la Zona del (
el Mayor Millar fue Jefe del I
de Solicitudes de Ingenieria,
Division de Seguro de Calida
Ingenieria, perteneciente al Dir
rio de Seguro de Calidad de la R
de Servicios para la Administr
de Contratos de la Defensa, en A
ta, Georgia. De agosto de 1966
agosto de 1967, estuvo estaci
en Vietnam, done sirvi6 como C
Ayudante de Operaciones, Co
dante de Compafiia y Oficia
(Continda en la pdg


rk i

Felicitando a los que lo rescataron, aparece Victor Torres, al centre, empleado
temporal de las Esclusas de Miraflores, quien fue salvado de un possible
accident fatal. Los heroes son, a la izquierda, Carlos Francisco y Vernon
Johns, a la derecha, quienes recibieron Premios por Actos Especiales. Ellos
tambidn son empleados temporales de las Esclusas de Miraflores.

ir, del
a lle-
ado a
:o del
ero a

de la
d de

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Con el Dr. Charles Latimer, Jr., Segundo Superintendente viernes 23 de agosto en la noche, en el Gimnasio de la
de las Escuelas de la Zona del Canal, al fondo, a la iz- Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City. De izquierda a
quierda, aparecen los alumnos triunfadores en el con- derecha: Ricardo Steele, Vicente Gill, Vielka Rivera,
curso de declamaci6n organizado por las escuelas latino- Juan Espinosa, Mariela Hoyte, Casma Cockburn, Donna
americanas de la Zona del Canal y que se celebr6 el Spencer, Carmela Williams y Victor Cockburn.

La Sturgis

Hara Prueba

A las 4 p.m.
La plant eldctrica at6mica flo-
tante "Sturgis", que se encuentra
anclada en el Lago Gatmin, pro-
harA sus sirenas hoy a las 4 p.m.
La prueba consistirA en toques de
sirena de 30 segundos de largo,
durante un period de 3 minutes.

David C. Rose

Nuevo Director

En los Correos
El Jefe de Correos de Balboa
David C. Rose ha sido nombrado
Director de Correos de la Zona del
Canal, en reemplazo de Robert S.
Herr (q.e.p.d.).
Rose nari6 on Anien, del matri-
monio formado por el Coronel
Charles E. Rose y Sra. Jean de Rose.
Su padre tuvo papel important en
la termniacion del Canal de PanamA,
pues estuvo a cargo de la voladura
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

eg Dos Empleados
hasta Salvan la Vida
man- De un Companero
al de
3) Un certificado de Premio por
Actos Especiales, firmado por el
Cobernador W. P. Leber, y su res-
-- pectivo cheque de $100 a cada uno,
fueron otorgados a Carlos Francis-
:ml co CG. y a Vernon I. Johns, dos em-
pleados temporales panamefios de la
Division de Esclusas, cuyo espiritu
alerta y rapida acci6n evitaron un po-
Ssible accident fatal en las Esclusas
de Miraflores, el 3 de julio.
r Los certificados y los cheques fue-
ron entregados a los dos hombres
por el CapitAn Donald A. Dertien,
7-.. de la Armada de Estados Unidos,
Di Director de Marina, en una ceremo-
i nia que tuvo lugar en el Teatro de
las Esclusas de Miraflores y a la que
asistieron el Jefe Interino de la Divi-
si6n de Esclusas R. J. Danielson y
muchos de los compaieros de trabajo
de los agasajados.

Lo que pi
ocurri6 cua
pleado coimo
su cintur6n
eslabones d(
la canal de
cuando esta
mente. Sin
y Francisco
ron su cint
Ilevaron a u

Rub6n Dario, Ram6n de Campoamor
y Amado Nervo.
Los tres primeros puestos, entire
los alumnos de primaria, fueron ocu-
pados asi: primer puesto, Donna
Spencer, de Paraiso, quien recit6 la
poesia El PiAaro Milagroso, de Amado
Nervo; segundo puesto, Carmela
Williams, de Paraiso, y tercer puesto,
Victor Cockburn, de Rainbow City.
Entre los alumnos de primer ciclo
secundario, los ganadores fueron los
siguientes: Ricardo Steele, de Rain-
bow City, con el Discurso de Justo
Arosemena, se gan6 nutridisimos
aplausos de ]a concurrencia y el pri-
mer puesto; Vicente Gill, de Rainbow
City, qued6 en segundo lugar, y Viel-
ka Rivera, de Paraiso, ocupo el tercer
Los ganadores, entire los alumnos
de segundo ciclo secundario, fueron
los siguientes: Casma Cockburn, de
Rainbow City, primer puesto por lo
perfect de su declamaci6n del poema
El Ruego, de Gabriela Mistral; Juan
Espinosa, de Paraiso, gan6 la segunda
posici6n, y Mariela Hoyte, tambidn
de Paraiso, qued6 en el tercer lugar.
Los miembros del Jurado Califi-
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Participara EE. UU.

En la Feria de Bocas

Una cantidad jams vista de visi-
tantes se espera que concurra a la
Sexta Feria Anual de Bocas del Toro,
que se inaugural el pr6ximo jueves
v PUIJim in- l a PI U l r i 1.5 (51d

y Lcontinuaral Ilasta el doUIIin I,) Iu l ei
udo ser un accident fatal septiembre. Nuevamente participarin
ndo Victor Torres, em- activamente en ella las mayores agen-
Spintor temporal, asegur6 cias de los Estados Unidos estableci-
de seguridad a uno de los das en la Zona del Canal.
Sla cadena protectora, en
a colocar un andamio en La empresa dl anal de Panama
la cadena protectora, presentara una variedad de aparatos
fue operada inadvertida- audiovisuales con peliculas y diaposi-
perdida de tiempo, Johns tivas que described la operaci6n del
agarraron a Torres, zafa- Canal; una exhibici6n pict6rica, que
ur6n de seguridad y lo explica algunas de las profesiones que
n lugar fuera de peligro. se pueden encontrar dentro de la or-
gianizaci6n, y todas las noches alegra-
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4) 1 r el ambient del pabell6n del Canal

la incomparable music del gran
maestro Lucho Azcairraga y su Con-
junto. Los populares burritos, Man-
cha y Gato, harAn las delicias de la
"Hacia un PanamA Mejor" serA el
tema central de las exhibiciones del
Comando Sur de los Estados Unidos.
Unidades del Ej6rcito, ]a Armada y
la Fuerza A6rea prcsentarnn en sus
exhibiciones una nota culminate de
sus actividades en relaci6n con el
tema central.
Ademis, el Comando Sur de Esta-
dos Unidos presentara exhibiciones
de paracaidismo dcportivo y compe-
tencias dCe judo. La inidad de paya-
(Continia en la pdgina 3)

El viernes 23 de agosto, tuvo lugar
en el Gimnasio de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Rainbow City, un brillante
concurso de declamaci6n, como pun-
to principal de una magnifica velada.
Los alumnos de todas las escue-
las se prepararon para el concurso,
estudiando las mejores poesias de
autores panamenios, como Ricardo
Mir6, Caspar Octavio HernAndez y
Demetrio Korsi, ademas de poemas
de autores de fama mundial, como

Concurso de Declamaci6n

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Septiembre 6, 1968




9:30-Futbol He'agonal
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-Alma de Acero
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Tarde de Toros
4:30-Los Invencibles
6:00-El Zorro
6:30-Golazo Royal
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00-Misi6n Imposible
10:00-Premiere de Gala

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3 00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:30-Ultra Q
5:30-Pasi6n Gitana
6:00-Chucho el Roto
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Los Invasores
9:00-FBI en Acci6n
10:30-SurfSide 6

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:30-Ultra Q
5:30-Pasi6n Gitana
6:00-Chucho el Roto
7:00-El Joven Centenario
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
9:00-Comandos del Desierto
10:30-SurfSide 6

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:30-Ultra Q
5:30-Pasi6n Gitana
6:00-Chucho el Roto
7:00-Suefio con Jeannie
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd por la Defensa
9:30-Reto al Mal
10:30-SurfSide 6

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3 00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:30-Ultra Q
5:30-Pasi6n Gitana
6:00-Chucho el Roto
7:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-El Hombre del Maletin
9:00-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-SurfSide 6
S* *
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Intriga en Hawaii
3 00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Abnegaci6n de una Madre
4:30-Ultra Q
5:30-Pasi6n Gitana
6:00-Chucho el Roto
7:00-La Novicia Voladora
7:30-E1 Cafe Squirt
8:00-Los Gorilas de Garrison
9:00--Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
10:30-SurfSide 6

10:00-Carnaval de Cartones
10:30-Perfiles de Valor
11:30-El Pijaro Carpintero
12:00-Los Tres Chiflados
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
2:00-Reprise de Abnegaci6n de una
4:00-Deportes en TV-2
6:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
7:00-Cowboy en Africa
8:00-El Mundo Esta Loco
9:00-Viaje a las Estrellas
10:30-Cine Saibado

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Audley Webster, Jr., en el papel de Mario, y Lucia Bennett como Flora, en
la Escena Segunda de la Obra "Nuestra Natacha" de Alejandro Casona. Mario,
estudiante de ciencias, prepare su tesis de graduaci6n mientras Flora, su
novia y compafiera de classes, se le acerca para recordarle dulcemente que
ella existe. De espaldas, y muy interesados en la escena, aparecen Ellis Faw-
cett, Supervisor de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas y George Richards, Director
de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso.

Inauguran Teatro en

Escuela de Paraiso

Con el estreno de "Nuestra Nata-
cha", de Alejandro Casona, se inau-
gur6 recientemente el Pequefio Tea-
tro Casona en la Escuela Secundaria
de Paraiso.
La idea de este teatro surgi6 de la
necesidad de que los estudiantes se
expresen con mayor fluidez en espa-
fiol, corrijan la pronunciaci6n de algu-
nas consonantes y amplien su vocabu-
lario al tropezar con nuevas palabras
que exigen el uso del diccionario.
El proyecto de acondicionamiento
de un sal6n de classes lo realizaron
totalmente los estudiantes. Jaime Ro-
driguez se encarg6 de pintar las esce-
nas de la obra y Jacinto French fue el
director de la construcci6n. Las estu-
diantes del bello sexo confeccionaron

tor Alejandro Casona, fallecido en
Este scenario, construido por estu-
diantes de la clase de espafiol del
grado 11, no serA de su uso exclusive.
EstarA abierto para todos los demAs
salones que deseen presentar obras
en espafiol o ingles que esten dentro
de sus programs.
En el acto de inauguraci6n estu-
vieron presents la Sra. Laura de
P6rez, profesora de espafiol del grado
11; el Profesor George Richards, Di-
rector de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso; Ellis Fawcett, Supervisor de
las Escuelas Latinoamericanas; la
Profesora Ruby Williams, Coordina-
dora del Departamento de Ingl6s y
la Sra. Ana Botello de Forero, Biblio-
tecaria de Paraiso.

el tel6n. Todo ello exigi6 sacrificio y
horas de trabajo despubs de la hora Las exportaciones ecuatorianas de
de salida de classes. banano al Japdn fueron de $7.980.000
El nombre del teatro es un recuer- durante el primer trimestre de 1968,
do a la primera obra estrenada, "Nues- mientras que en el mismo period
tra Natacha", cuyo autor es el escri- de 1967 fueron de $2.360.000.


CP~, ~~

Gente en la Noticia

Ram6n Florez es capataz general en
el Ramo. de la Vivienda. Vino al Istmo
en 1942 contratado para trabajar como
obrero en la Oficina de la Vivienda.
Despuds de 3 meses fue ascendido a
conserve jefe. Naci6 en el Distrito de
Ilobasco, Departamento de Cabaiias,
El Salvador, el 10 de septiembre de
1916. Curs6 studios primaries en su
pueblo natal y fue clase del Ejircito
Salvadorefio durante afo y medio. En
el Canal ha recibido certificados por
10 y 20 afios de servicio, premios por
sugerencias y en 1967 fue el Em- I
pleado del Afio. En 1957 fue presi-
dente de la Sociedad Salvadorefia de
PanamA. Ha asistido a cursos de ingl6s
en la Asociaci6n Panamefio-Norte-
americana y en la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal. Tom6 cursos de su-
pervisi6n en el Centro de Adiestra- '
miento del Canal de PanamA. Es ca-
sado con la Sra. Catalina Montene-
gro de Florez y resident en San Mi-
guelito en uni6n de sus hijos Angel
y Evangelina. Le gusta el f6tbol, la
caceria y la pesca.

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Pagina 2

AI ^ U rw J v v 9 wvv
Valley Of The Redwoods (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 6-_- CERRADO Apache Rifles (AYC) Secret Partner (AY)
Valley Of The Redwoods (AY) y RRADOThe Lion (AY) y
Sibado 7_--- Apache Rifles (AYC) CERAThe Frogmen (AYC)
Camelot (AY)
Domingo 8 Cowboy In Africa (AYC) Entrada: 600 y 350 St. Valentine's Day Massacre (A)
Camelot (AY)
Lunes 9 _-- Cowboy In Africa (AYC) Entrada: 600 y 35e St. Valentine's Day Massacre (A)
Paranoiac (AY) v Dangerous Days Of Kiowa R n Of Te G r
Martes 10___ Day The Earth Caught Fire (AYC) Jones (AY) Return Of The Gunfighter (AY)
Scalphunters (AY) Appointment With A Shadow (A)
Mitrcoles 11 Entrada: S1 y 50o Fast Company (AY) y The Outsider (AYC)
Dangerous Days Of Kiowa Paranoiac (AY) y Scalphunters (AY)
Jueves 12___ Jones (AY) Day The Earth Caught Fire (AYC) Entrada: S1 y 500
Prince Valiant (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 13 CERRADO Flight Of The Phoenix (AY) The Yellow Canary (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Niiios de 8 a 12.

I I --




6-Las Celebraciones de las Festivi-
dades del Maiz de la Escuela Pro-
fesional Isabel Herrera Obaldia
contin6an con una tuna que par-
tirA a las 4 p.m. desde el Parque
de Santa Ana y recorrerA la Ave-
nida Central hasta llegar al patio
de la Escuela Profesional done
tendra lugar un alegre pindin que
durarA hasta las 2 de la maiiana.
7-Gran Baile de Gala en la Escuela
Professional Isabel Herrera Obal-
dia, que cerrarA con broche de oro
las Festividades del Maiz.
11-Se proyectarA en Paraiso "Cami-
no de la Venganza" (The Scalp-
hunters), la segunda premier de
gala del Festival de Cine del Fondo
Unido de 1968 de la Zona del
12-Se pasarA esta misma pelicula en
el Teatro de Rainbow City.
12-15-Celebraci6n de la Sexta Feria
Agricola, Comercial, Industrial y
Turistica de Bocas del Toro.
16-24-Se efectuarA en la ciudad de
PanamA el Sexto Festival Interna-
cional del Cine con presentaciones
de peliculas internacionales y apa-
riciones personales de estrellas del
23-27-E1 colorido Festival Folkl6-
rico de la Mejorana en la pobla-
ci6n de GuararB, Provincia de Los
Santos. HabrA, como todos los
ailos, competencias de canto y
baile, riias de gallo y corridas de
29-Vasco Nfiiez de Balboa descu-
bri6 el Mar del Sur, en 1513. Fiesta
de San Miguel Arcangel, fiesta pa-
tronal del pueblo de San Miguel,
en la isla del mismo nombre en la
Bahia de Panama.

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




9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:45-SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
12:00-Ventana del Mundo
1.00-Los Cures
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Prisionero
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

12:00-Miisica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-EI Millonario
4:30-Clasificados TV
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantineas Sociales
5:30-Plginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Get Smart
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Iumanos
10:3(:-Los Defensores

12:00-Muisica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
3:30-Los Investigadores
4:30-Clasificados TV
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30--PAginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
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-Los Defensores

12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Milsica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
3:30-Aventuras en el Paraiso
4:30-Clasificados TV
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Fabulosos 20
10:30-Los Defensores

12:00-Mdsica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
3:30-El Congresista
4:30-Clasificados TV
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Jim West
10:30-Los Defensores
11:1 5-Cmicas
12:00-Mdsica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-El Honorable Cascarrabias
4:30-Clasificados TV
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Plginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Yo Soy Espia
10:30-La Hora Cero

11:00-Camino de la Verdad
1 1:30Colorin Colorao
12:30-Heroes de Hogan
1:30-La Mujer Opina
2:00-La Mujir y su Mundo
2:15-Reprise de Corin Tellado
4:00-Largo Metraje
5:15-Revdlver a la Orden
5:45-Daniel' Boone
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Saibados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Peticion Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
11 :00-Martinez Blanco


Septiembre 6, 1968


Algunas de las 59 microesculturas de Mauricio Dogu6, Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy,
que muestran extraordinario parecido con los personajes Edward Kennedy y Stephen Decatur. Un pequefio trozo
originales. De izquierda a derecha: Lee Hendrick Backe- de lapiz, que aparece en el medio, da una idea del tamafio
land, Rodolfo Diesel, San Martin de Porres, Martin de las esculturas.

Hijo de Empleado del Canal

Es un Magnifico Escultor

Mauricio Dogu6, joven panamefio
de 20 ailos, es quizas el inico escul-
tor de miniaturas de la familiar del
Canal de PanamA.
Reside con sus padres, FMlix Do-
gu6 y Sra. Ruby Price de Dogue, en
una quieta secci6n de la ciudad de
Col6n, en Calle 9 y Santa Isabel.
Se gradu6 recientemente de Me-
canico de Refrigeraci6n y Aire Acon-
dicionado en el Instituto Rodolfo
Diesel de la ciudad de Panama. Sus
studios primaries los hizo en la
ciudad de Col6n.
Pero su principal afici6n, desde que
cumpli6 los 16 arios, ha sido dedi-
carse a efectuar esculturas en minia-
tura, que modela con pedazos de tiza
de la que se usa en las aulas escolares.
Con el pasar de los afios ha ido per-
feccionAndose en este arte y despu6s
de su graduaci6n se ha convertido en
la ocupaci6n permanent de todos sus
mementos desocupados, llegando a
dominar este dificil arte de manera
que sus esculturas Ilaman la atenci6n
en los diferentes planteles educativos
done las ha exhibido.
Colocadas nitidamente en cajas rec-
tangulares con paredes de vidrio para
que puedan ser vistas y examinadas
ficilmente, Mauricio Dogue posee ya
59 miniatures con las efigies de hom-
bres famosos de la historic de la hu-
manidad, como Abraham Lincoln,
John F. Kennedy, su hermano Robert,
el Dr. Martin Luther King, Winston
Churchill y otros muchos. Tambi4n
posee en su vasta colecci6n, tipos de
las diferentes razas humans que
habitan el planeta.

junto con las pequefias vidrieras don-
de ha colocado sus microesculturas,
expone tambien un catilogo nume-
rado por medio del cual se pueden
identificar fAcilmente cada una de
ellas. Exhibe ademrs, conjuntamente,
las herramientas que utiliza en su
labor: varias agujas de coser, una fina
hoja de afeitar y pedacitos de algo-
d6n, con los que suaviza los rasgos
de sus esculturas.
Ha exhibido su trabajo en el Cole-
gio San Jose de Col6n, donde hizo
studios durante algunos ailos de la
escuela primaria; en el Colegio JosC
Guardia Vega, tambien de la ciudad
de Col6n; en la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal, en La Boca; en el
Club de Jardineria de Pat Morgan y
en el Institute Panamericano de la
ciudad de Panama.
Los planes del oven escultor son,
por ahora, seguir studios superiors
posiblemente en arte, pero mientras
se cunplen sus deseos, dedica to-
dos sus esfuerzos a perfeccionar sus
Su padre, FMlix Dogu6, tiene mas
de 24 anos de servicios con el Canal
de PanamA, repartidos entire la Divi-
si1n de Ferrocarril, la Divisi6n de
Terminales del sector Atlintico y la
Division Industrial, donde actualmen-
te trabaja como oficinista y done
goza del aprecio de todos sus com-


20 Aiios
William H. Lovell
Operario de Equipo de Contaduria
Richard M: Conover
Especialista en Normas de
Martin G. Klontz
Proyectista y Calculador
(Constructor de Buques y
Dana M. Thompson
Operario de Esclusas (Electricista)
Rail GonzAlez
Abelardo Henry
Jos6 V. Munive
Sergio GonzAlez
Ayudante Operario de Esclusas
Cyril Daniel
Ayudante Mecanico Tornero
Pedro G6ndola A.
Carpintero de Mantenimiento
Andres Prada R.
Clifton J. Johnson
Conductor de Cami6n Pesado
Francisco Castillo
Carpintero de Mantenimiento
Jose A. Perez
Conductor de Cami6n Pesado
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

. i* s

Met6dico en su arte hasta el final, .

Nuevo Jefe .
(Viene de la pigina 1) *
Operaciones del Primer Batall6n de
Ingenieros, de la Primera Divisi6n de
Nacido en Bluefield, Virginia Occi-
dental, el Mayor Millar posee grades
de liccnciatura y de maestria en inge-
nieria civil. La licenciatura la obtuvo
en la Universidad de Virginia, en
Charlottesville, Virginia, y el grade o --~ !!l
de maestria lo obtuvo en la Univer-
sidad A&M, en College Station, -* -M t o
El Mayor Millar fue jefe de pelo-
t6n, comandante de companiia y ofi-
cial de estado mayor del Batall6n 30
de Ingenicria, e 'n Fuerte Belvoir, Vir-
einia, dc febrero de 1959 a noviemn- _
bre dl 1960. Sirvi6 como Ingeniero .
lesideirte Ayudantr en el Programa ".
Silo del Proyectil Atlas con i h Oficina
de Co(Tistruccicdn dc Proycetilvs Balis-
ticos del (Cuerpo dcl IInKgrtiill, irn l
Base Schilling de la Fi rzIac Afrea, in una tarjeta del tainaio enrnet apare en el retrato del joven escultor
en Kansas, de nivicTmbrilr IM0O Mauricio DogI)ou, y sus instruments de trahajo (dos agujas de coser, una final
jilio de 1961. hoja de afeitar y una mota de algod6n).

Dice Pope, el excelente poeta, que
"el orden es la primera ley del cielo".
No es que pretendamos que esta
COCTELERA se compare con el cielo,
ni much menos. (En tal caso, la com-
paraci6n con el limbo estaria mis
acertada, por lo despistados que anda-
mos la mayoria del tiempo.) Si nos
hemos acordado de la sentenciosa
frase, ha sido a causa de ver que tene-
mos la mesa atestada de papeles sin
ningiln orden, con varies datos sobre
casos, casas y cosas (incluyendo tam-
biin algunos quesos) que queremos
poner hoy a la consideraci6n de uste-
des. Y como por lo general lo mejor
es empezar por el principio, arreme-
timosle por ahi.

6Que opinan ustedes de la gente
supersticiosa? Se lo preguntamos,
pues hay quienes creen que los martes
son dias de mala suerte. Pero para
esta gente, si un martes, ademfis de
ser martes, es 13, la cosa adquiere
proporciones catastr6ficas, y es como
para no salir de la casa pues hay grave
riesgo de tropezarse con un 'gato
negro, o pasar debajo de una escalera.
No obstante todas estas negras y som-
brias .consideraciones, deberian uste-
des saber que el pasado 13 de agosto
fue martes trece, y que dos personas
que ustedes conocen y estiman cele-
braban ese dia su cumpleafios por
coincidencia. Y por coincidencia tam-
bi6n, se encontraban almorzando
juntos, con otros amigos en la Cafete-
ria del Edificio de Administraci6n.
Son nada menos que la guapa Anita
Arenas, eficiente y amable funciona-
ria de la Secci6n de Contabilidad de
Planta, y el dinnmico Ram6n Almen-
gor, quien labor con todo entusiasmo
y 4xito en la Oficina de Informaci6n.
Les hacemos legar un cordial saludo,
muy despojado de supersticiones, y,
por el contrario, cargado de buenos

Y, para aprovechar que hemos
amanecido tan sociables, dmmosle
tambi un n efusivo saludo, en este
caso de bienvenida, a Felipa Resales
de Tom, quien por varies alios labor
para una important empresa pana-
nefia, primero como auditor y luego
ccmno jefa de contabilidad. En la
actualidad, se encuentra prestando sus
servicios profesionales en la empresa
del Canal, a cuyas filas ha ingresado
recientemente, ganandose muy pron-
to el aprecio de todos, en especial de
sus compaileros de la Oficina del Con-
tralor. Felipa esti casada con el popu-
lar Fifi Tom, muy conocido y esti-
mado en todos los circulos deporti-
vos y sociales. Fifi administra con
much acierto la empresa "Bolera-
ma", que se ha convertido en el "ren-
dezvous" deportivo de la ciudad capi-
tal. Carla Tom, la primog6nita de Fe-
lipa y Fifi, cursa la carrera de Econo-
mia en la Universidad de Panama,
siguiendo los pass de su talentosa
madre, quien tambi6n es egresada de
esa important casa de studios.
a a 0
La dinnimica Marcia de Ortega se
ha reintegrado a sus labores que de-
scmpefia con gran tino en la ()ficina
del Traductor, completamillnt resta-
blecida de quebirantos de salud que
sufricra recicentecimnte. Nos i lgramos
dc verl. die nuivti) 'n a eei(i, y sabc-
inos (nl 1latinl)iTcnI se alcgran sus conm-
Ipancros que Ic precianc su agradable
comil;iniai la cmTnlpetecncia con que
rjct- t.I \Iusl delicad. as funciones.
o o
N(is reportan por otro lado que Bob
Coffey esti aprovechando nmuy bien
sus vacaciones para planear el contra-
ataque .:ue ira tliricido a los autores
del famoso \acil 6l dc la ".a nirta-
dora seccreta". Y Ilahlando di geicte

en vacaciones, no es ningin secret
que el polifacetico Frankie Bright
trae consigo de regreso de sus vaca-
ciones un carro que esta Ilamado a
hacer historic por su exclusive y
novedoso disefio.
0 0
(La pausa que antecede, la pueden
ustedes utilizar en tomarse un vaso de
agua, o cualquier actividad por el
estilo, a fin de descansar un poco del
tiroteo a que los tenemos sometidos.)
Y a prop6sito: nos describe un lector
que, en su opinion, esta column tiene
cierto valor terapeutico. Que consist,
afiade despu6s, en que le mantiene
los brazos ocupados cuando la lee, ya
que es obvio que tiene que sostener
el peri6dico mientras realize tan tedio-
sa operaci6n. De ocupar la mente, ni
hablar, pues dice que mientras lee
esta COCTELERA fija su mente en
otras cosas mas importantes, tales
como el averiguar la forma en que se
podrian acomodar cuatro elefantes en
un Volkswagen. Es mns: dice que ha
descubierto que ]a fnica manera de
hacer 6sto (de acomodar cuatro ele-
fantes en un VW) es poniendo dos
adelante y dos atris. Amigo corres-
ponsal, le aseguramos que si nuestros
chistes son malos, el suyo es peor, y
que si "reimos, es para no Ilorar".
Ahora hablemos en serio: leimos en
estos dias el comentario de un cono-
cido columnist quien se referia a los
problems que vive el hombre moder-
no por falta de una adecuada comu-
nicaci6n. Y sefialaba que ]a mayoria
de los males que aquejan a este con-
fundido planet tienen sus raices en
que se parte del postulado falso de
que de dos opinions opuestas, una
tiene que estar errada, pues dos cosas
no pueden ser verdad a la vez. Y aria-
dia que el problema radical en que no
tenemos el sentido comnln de ver que
ambas opinions pueden estar erra-
das, y que es absurd pensar que de
dos puntos de vista opuestos, uno
tiene que ser cierto y el otro falso.
iEntendieron ustedes algo? Yo, tam-
poco. Pero me pareci6 que sonaba
muy bien.
c o
Un amigo me escribia una nota el
otro dia y la finnaba PHEPHE. Al
indagarle yo que porque no finnaba
Pepe, coino siempre lo habia hecho,
me contest que le estaba haciendo
la competencia a RAPHAEL.
a 0
Y para seguir en el campo de la
mnfsica, sepan que el afamado com-
positor mexicano Armando Manza-
nero tiene una gran admiradora en
Nena de Borrel, de la Oficina de Per-
sonal, a quien le decimos que "esta
tarde vi lover", con rayos y todo.

Bueno amigos, una vez mais gracias
por su paciencia. No desesperen, y
recuerden que "no hay mal que dure
100 ailos, ni cuerpo que lo resista."
Cualquier opinion en contrario, ten-
gan ustedcs a bien mandarla metida
dentro de unl sobre dirigido a COCTE-
I.u1It, Apartado 4529, PanamA 5, Re-
priblica de PanamA. Y ahora s61o nos
resta decirles, como el fil6sofo: "por
ihi nos vemos".

Participara EE. UU....
(Viene de la pdiina 1)
sos del Temiplo Abou Saad ejeciutatr
sus piructas en 'los campos le la
feria para alClria de grandes y pe-
qulefos. Todos estos espectliculos sc
pireentarCin a diferentes horas en los
terreii dct la feria pare qule os dis-
frutcn la mayor cantidad de personas.
Boa 1s d 'IToro estai a unas 190
nPillas at',ras al noroestc de la ciudad
de l'anamai.

Pagina 3


Septiembre 6, 1968

Jos6 Stennett, a la derecha, de los Mellizos, recibe su premio por haber sido
escogido en julio el jugador del mes en la Liga de la Costa del Golfo. La
entrega del premio la hizo el president del Comite Deportivo de Sarasota,
Florida, Ed Smith. Al centro esta Fred Waters, el director de los Mellizos.

Joven de Paraiso Sobresale

En el Beisbol en los EE. UU.

Un oven pclotero colonense que
so gradu6 en la Escuela Secundaria
de Paraiso en 1964, esta destacAndo-
so en el beisbol professional en los
Estados Unidos.
So trata de Jos6 Stennett, quien se
encuentra jugando con la novena de
los Mellizos en la Liga de la Costa
del Golfo en Sarasota, Florida, y es
el lider de los bateadores con un pro-
medio de .375, alcanzado con 63
hits en 168 turnos, ha disparado 3
jonrones y empujado 32 carreras.
El joven jardinero panamefio fue
escogido en el equipo de estrellas de
la liga. AdemAis result el jugador mais
destacado del mes de julio uiltimo,
recibiendo por ello un premio.
Stennett naci6 en Col6n el 24 de


20 Ahos
(Viene de la pdgina 3)
Gertrude J. Connard
Gerente de Departamento de
Almac6n (Mercaderia Seca)
Buenaventura Quezada
Operario de Equipo de
Mantenimiento de Predios
Glyndon M. Worrock
Ingeniero de Turno
(Turbinas a Vapor)
Charles C. Loyd
Jefe Operario de Planta
Federico Barahona
Frederick M. Baker
Electricista (Guardalineas)
Charles S. Kerr
Conductor de Cami6n
Harold Fairclough B.
Agustin SAnchez
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Miguel Rivas
Encargado de Mantenimiento
Nathaniel Hunte
Ayudante Electricista
SauI Parada M.
Grace J. Rider
Bibliotecaria (Escuelas Primarias
y Secundarias Estadounidenses)
Stephen R. Peck
Instructor (Universidad de la
Zona del Canal)
Jocelyn W. Barrowes
Director (Escuelas Primarias
Ilubert L. Gould
Cuardia de Detenci6n
M. R. Callender
Oficinista Mecan6grafa
Oren C. Irion
Jefe, Servicio MN6dico, Hospital
de Coco Solo
Gladys W. Brayton
Jefa de Contabilidad Fiscal
Abraham Reyes

octubre de 1945 y curs6 studios pri-
marios y de primer ciclo en la Escuela
de Santa Cruz, pasando luego a la
Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso donde
se gradu6 en 1964 y viaj6 ese mismo
anio a los Estados Unidos para ingre-
sar al Los Angeles City College, ju-
gando beisbol los stbados y domingos.
La Liga de la Costa del Golfo es
de novatos y Stennett milita en el
club afiliado a los Mellizos de Min-
nesota, en donde se encuentra otro
gran pelotero panamenfo, Rodney
Carew, dos veces miembro del equipo
de estrellas de la Liga Americana,
una meta de Stennett.
Jos6 comenz6 su carrera en el beis-
bol en 1955 con el equipo Mutual of
Omaha que representaba a la comu-
nidad de Santa Cruz en la Liga In-
fantil Istmefna en Pedro Miguel.

Anuncian Ascensos

En la Division de

Policia de la Zona
Tres miembros de la Policia de la
Zona del Canal han sido ascendidos
en la Divisin ide Policia, debido al
ascenso del Teniente Robert A. En-
gelke a Ayudante del Comandante de
Distrito de Policia en la Estaci6n
Central de Balboa.
El Teniente Charles C. Fears, re-
emplaza al Teniente Engelke como
Teniente Inspector y subjefe funcio-
nario de adiestramiento en la Sede
de la Policia de la Zona del Canal,
en el Edificio de Asuntos Civiles.
El Teniente A. I. Hermanny ha
sido destinado a prestar servicios en
la Estaci6n Central de Policia de
Balboa, en reemplazo del Teniente
Fears, y el Teniente D. Robert La
Porta, ascendido de sargento, ha sido
destinado a prestar servicios en la
Estaci6n de Policia de Crist6bal.

David C. Rose, Nuevo. .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
del dique de Gamboa que uni6 los
oc6anos Atlantico y Pacifico.
Rose asisti6 a escuelas de la Zona
del Canal y se gradu6 en el St. Ber-
nard College, en Cullman, Alabama.
En marzo de 1937 entr6 al servicio
postal de la Zona del Canal y su pri-
mer trabajo fue como oficinista de
correos de ferrocarril, a bordo de los
trenes del Ferrocarril de PanamA.
Entr6 a la Armada de Estados
Unidos en 1944, como Suboficial de
Primera Clase y fue estacionado en
Fuerte Amador. Al tenninar su ser-
vicio, regres6 al Servicio Postal y fue
colocado a cargo de la Oficina de
Correos del 159 Distrito Naval, en
Fuerte Amador.
Siguiendo su carrera en ascenso,
ocupo varias posiciones en los co-
rreos. Fue nombrado Jefe de Correos
de CristObal en 1965 y 2 aflos des-
puns Jefe de Correos en Balboa.

'5 yj

Los Padres de Familia

De Santa Cruz Erigen

Monumento al Libro
"Un Libro Abierto es Fuente del
Saber", "An Open Book Is a Foun-
tain of Knowledge" es el pensamiento
en'espafiol e inglis que lleva el monu-
mento al libro, que fue descubierto
en Santa Cruz en reciente ceremonial.
Este monument fue el resultado
del esfuerzo conjunto del Club de
Padres de Familia y de los maestros y
alumnos de la Escuela Primaria de
Santa Cruz.
La idea surgi6 del Club de Padres
de Familia. Se hizo un concurso centre
los estudiantes y Carlos Duncan resul-
t6 con la idea triunfadora de colocar
un libro con el mencionado pensa-
miento. Por esta brillante idea se le
otorg6 un premio en efectivo.
En la ceremonia de inauguraci6n,
el coro de la escuela dirigido por la
Sra. Icilyn de Morrison cant6 el Him-
no al Libro. Joseph French, en repre-
sentaci6n de la comunidad, hizo un
recuento de como se habia llevado a
feliz realizaci6n el proyecto. La Srta.
Idalia Salamanca recit6 el poema
El Libro. Luego Alfred Osborne,
Ayudante del Superintendente de la
Division de Escuelas, habl6 en repre-
sentaci6n de esa division. Finalmente
la Srta. Ana Teresa Bennett, Espo-
cialista en Ingl6s en las Escuelas Lati-
noamericanas y Directora de la Es-
cuela Primaria de Santa Cruz al idear-
se el proyecto, descubri6 el monu-

Dos Empleados Salvan...

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
El certificado que acompafia al pre-
mio en efectivo encomia a Johns y a
Francisco por haber salvado a Torres
de una caida muy seria, posiblemente
fatal, dentro de la maquinaria de la
cadena o sobre una plataforma de
acero que se encuentra debajo. "Esta
acci6n es sumamente digna de enco-
mio", dijo el Gobernador, "y deseo
expresarles a ustedes mi agradeci-
miento personal".

Collins y Herdn
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
mantenikndose a ]a par con el cre-
ciente comercio mundial y atendien-
do a siempre mis numerosos clients
del Canal.
Felicit6 a los que se jubilaban y
dcse6 buena suerte a cada uno de
ello.. El Gobernador entreg6 a cada
uno su certificado de jubilaci6n,
mientras que cada Director felicitaba
a los empleados de su direcci6n que
se jubilaban.
Los quc se jubilaron del servicio
del Canal, sus lugares de empleo y
afios de servicio, son los siguientes:
Harry J. Ailant, Conductor de Ca-
mi6n (Remolque Pesado), Divisi6n
de Transporte a Motor, Sector Pa-
cifico: 40 anos, 8 meses, 2 dias.
Romang Archbold, Capataz Marinero,
Division de Dragas, Sector Paci-
fico: 47 anos, 9 mcses, 3 dias.
Jorge I-I. Baina, Estibador, Divisi6n
de Tcrninales, Sector Atlantico:
16 anos, 9 meses, 27 dias.
Elevick J. Baptist, Operario de Planta
de Compresidn de Aire, Divisi6n
Industrial, Sector Atlantico: 45
afios, 4 dias.
Edwin Collins, Capataz Extermina-
dor, Divisi6n de Sanidad, Sector
Pacifico: 52 afios, 11 meses, 6 dias.
Hennan Franklin, Contramaestre de
Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n, Sector Pacifico: 29 afios, 5
meses, 24 dias.
Sra. Lucille M. Fulop, Oficinista-
Transcriptor de Dicttfono, Oficina
del Director de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, Sector Pacifico: 25 aios,
6 meses, 3 dias.
Alva J. Henry, Guardia, Divisi6n de
Abastos, Sector Atlintico: 35 afios,
4 meses, 8 dias.
Algon V. Herdman, Capataz, Encar-
gado del Abastecimiento de Agua
a Buques en Transito, Divisi6n de
Terminales, Sector Atlontico: 51
afnos, 7 meses, 8 dias.
Leopoldo A. Ingran, Panadero, Divi-
sion de Ab-istos, Sector Atlintico:
21 anos, 5 mess, 24 dias.
Jack Kaplan, Primer Capataz (Repa-
racion de I.Equipo Automator), Di-
visin de Tran.sporte a Motor, Sec-
tor Atlintico: 23 anios, 9 msescs,
26 dias.

Los miembros del Consejo Direc-
tivo de la Guarderia Infantil de Rain-
bow City ofrecieron una cena en
honor del Profesor Philip Henry, con
motivo de su pr6xima partida hacia
los Estados Unidos.
El Profesor Henry, president de
ese Conseoo Directivo,.se acaba de
ganar una beca de la Fundaci6n
Cientifica Nacional, para efectuar es-
tudios de postgraduado en el San
Jose State College, en California. El
Profesor Henry es ademais maestro
en la Escuela Primaria de Rainbow
Antes de la cena hubo un magni-
fico program que se inici6 con la
invocaci6n, a cargo del Reverendo

Dennis Josiah, de la Iglesia de San
Albano de Paraiso. El Profesor Aud-
ley Webster, director de la Escuela
Primaria de Paraiso fue el orador
principal de la ocasi6n y se refiri6
a la magnifica labor lievada a cabo
por el Profesor Henry en la comu-
nidad. Hubo la ejecuci6n de bellas
selecciones al piano y varias cancio-
nes por los presents.
Pero el punto principal fue la en-
trega de un bello maletin de cjecu-
tivo al agasajado, hecha por la
Srta. Clara Wattley, quien ha traba-
iado muy de cerca con el Profesor
Henry en diversos proyectos, y a
continuaci6n la Sra. Rose Mignott,
vicepresidenta del Consejo Directivo,

.quien asmnirta el puesto del Profesor
Henry a su partida, coloc6 a la Sra.
Ir n H1 1enry un Iello ramillete dc or-
1 1an Fueron ...quideas, haciendo constar (que 11 e la
Felix Karpinski, Primer Capataz, Ope- Sra. de lHenryy quien hizo posibles
raciones de las Esclusas, Divisi6n los logros de su esposo debido a so
de Esclusas, Sector AtlAntico: 38 esplrndida cooperaci6n.
anfos, 3 meses, 15 dias. El Profesor Henry, en sentidas pa-
Lamar M. Lavendar, Operario de labras agradeci6 a ios presents el
Locomictora de Remolque, Divi- agisa (
si6n de Esclusas, Sector Pacifico: aao lue se le hacia a 61 y a su
31 afios, 2 dias. esposa Celia.
Efrain N. Mera, Marinero, Divisi6n Wilfred E. Barrow, president del
de Dragas, Sector Pacifico: 26 aios, Consejo Civico de Rainbow City
2 meses, 14 dias. actu6 de maestro de ceremonies du-
John S. Pettingill, Ayudante Ejecu- rante el acto.
tivo al Superintendente de Escue-
las, Divisi6n de Escuelas, Sector
Pacifico: 31 aios, 2 meses, 2 dias. Cncurso de Declamacin
Ardrey V. Peyton, Operario de Es-
clusas (Electricista), Divisi6n e (Viene de la pigina 1)
Esclusas, Sector AtlAntico: 23 anos,
29 dias. cador fueron los Profesores: Manuel
Juan F. Rodriguez, Pasabarcos, Divi- F. Zarate, Dora P6rez de Zarate,
si6n de Navegaci6n, Sector Atlin- Miguel Mejia D., Eustorgio Chong
tico: 17 afios, 10 meses, 28 dias.
Austin E. Salter, Capataz General, Ruiz, Eric Ramirez, Demetria Sgu-
Electricista, Divisi6n de Electrici- ra, Eneida de Trujillo, Prisciliano
dad, Sector Atlintico: 26 afos, 9 Barrios y Estela Paz de ReyAn.
mneses, 17 dias. El Profesor F61ix Figueroa, Super-
Victor L. Sanger, Primer Capataz visor de Espanol en las escuclas lati-
(Obras Pniblicas-Construecion y noamcricanas de la Zona del Canal,
Mantenimiento), Divisi6n de Man- f el Coordinador General de
tenimiento, Sector Pacifico: 40 e Co r ral
afios, 1 o rrues dias.i este concurso de declamaci6n inter-
tioOs, 1 mes, 5 eniieis.
Herbert F. Taake, Capataz Electri- colegial, declare que el concurso fue
cista. Division de Electricidad, "" exito.
Sector AtlAntico: 25 afios, 9 mess,
24 dias.
Fidel Terin, Pulidor de Cemento, Reunese M aniana
Division de Mantenimiento, Sec-
tor Atlantico: 34 afios, 17 dias. L, A c iaein
Norton B. Stephenson, Ayudante Ad- L Asoc
ministrativo, Divisi6n de Ingenic- IDeAprendic
ria, Sector Pacifico: 30 afios, 1 dia. De Aprendices
Gilbert Thompson, Encargado de
Gancho de C;ria, Divisi6n de Al- La reci(n organizada Asociaci6n
macenes, Sector Pacifico: 28 afios, P'ana;ncliade Aprendices de Artesa-
8 mess, 3 dias. noi celebranr su segunda reunion
Apolonario Valarezo, Operario de inaiiana silbado 7 a la 1:00 p.m. en
Montacargas, Divisi6n de Tenni- el Centro Civico de Santa Cruz
nales, Sector Pacifico: 18 afios, ("77 Sunset Strip").
1 mes, 18 dias. A tolos los aprendices panamnefos
Jcs6 Valoy, Estibador, Divisi6n de de artesano, de artesano especiali-
Terminales. Sector Pacifico: 22 zado y dem is trabajadores de la
aords, 3 mcscs. I
aios, 3 tmesc. empresa, del Canal de I'anaim't se les
Eugene White, Seialcro, Divisin depi ue atan a ta rnn.
Navegaici6n, Sector Pacifico: 34 pit q asi sn t sta ro ln in.
afios, 23 dlas. I'sta rcunoitn donde st' pondlra'n las
Clarence C. Wilson, Pintor, Division bases de la entidad senr't presidida por
de Dragas. Sector Pacifico: 30 aios, e] president electo Enrirlcqe obin-
12 dias. i son.

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La Sra. Bula Small, secretaria del Club de Padres de Familia de Santa Cruz;
el tesorero Audley Webster; Joseph French, president del Club de Bienes-
tar Social de Santa Cruz, y los integrantes del coro, al fondo, contemplan
orgullosos el monument al libro que fue descubierto recientemente frente
a la escuela del lugar. Este monument fue el resultado del esfuerzo conjunto
del Club de Padres de Familia, de maestros y alumnos de Santa Cruz.

Agasajan a Philip Henry

Por su Magnifica Labor

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