Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: August 8, 1969
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00729
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Vol.VII, N. 8Mor Thn 5 Yers f Srvie t Wold ommrceFriday, August 8, 1 969


Schools


August 22
All students sponsored by U.S.
Government agencies other than the
Panama Canal organization must
obtain their properly validated reg-
istration cards prior to their first
day of attendance.
Parents of tuition students who
attended the Canal Zone U.S.
schools last year should go to the
principal's office before the first day
of school and sign the tuition con-
tract (the Tuition Registration Card).
New tuition students are admitted
only through the office of the Super-
intendent of Schools.

4
Lanal 5 OO
.
DRIYeTSBTy


TO 90 BT 8
The 25-foot t hical model
opograp
of the Panama Canal, which was
displayed at San Antonio's Hemis-
fair '88 and at the International
Trade Mart Building in New Or-

xanil ffan BI ling set up at the
ibb 11
Ar on-cutting ceremony wi
open the exhibit, August 15, at 11
a.m. as part of ceremonies marking
the 55th anniversary of the Panama
Canal and the 450th anniversary of
Panama City. Officials of the mu-
nicipality of Panama City, represen-
tatives of the Government of the
Republic of Panama and mayors
of Latin American cities will join

Cana71e 1 0 no ie
ped with lights, has tiny ships in
the waterway and includes scale
models of the Thatcher Ferry
Bridge and the townsites along the
route. The model is designed to ex-
plain the complete operation of the
Canal from the time a ship begins
the transit from one ocean until it
exits at the other,
A taped commentary, which is
synchronized with the lights of the
(Continued on p. 4)


TOW Oat Trainee PTOgram


Bureau of Budget Examiner Lectures


School, the Command and General
Staff College and the U.S. Army
War College.
He joined the Army in 1940 and
served with the 1st Infantry Divi-
sion in Africa, Sicily, and Europe
during World War II. After the
war he completed his studies in
medicine and returned to active
duty with the Army to serve his
internship and residency at Walter
Reed Army Hospital in Washing-
ton, D.C.
He has served as Chief of the
Department of Medicine, Chief of
Professional Service and Director
of Professional Education at Wal-
son Army Hospital; Chief of the
Gastroenterology Service at Tripler
Central Hospital, and Chief of
General Medicine at Walter Reed.
Before coming to the Isthmus, he
served as Chief of Operations Divi-
sion and Deputy Director, Direc-
torate of Plans, Surgeon Ceneral s
Office, Department of Army.
He is a diplomat of the Amer-
ican Board of Internal Medicine and
a member of Alpha Omega Alpha
Honorary Society. He holds the
Silver Star, the Army Commenda-
tion Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster
and Bronze Star with two Oak Leaf
Clusters,
He was accompanied to the Isth-
nuts by his wife, the former Alicia
M. Leeney of lowa City, Iowa.
They have four children.


Canal Zone


Will Open
The Canal Zone U.S. schools will
open Friday, August 22, according
to an announcement by F. A.
Castles, Superintendent of Schools.
Teachers are scheduled to report
for duty that day but the first day
for students will be Tuesday, Au-
gust 26. The 9 months' school year
will end May 21, 1970.
Superintendent Castles again
urged all students who did not
attend Canal Zone schools last year
to register at their respective schools
as soon as possible. Registration
began today and will continue
through August 25. No new stu-
dents can register on the first day
of classes. New students who can
not register before schools open
may register on or after August 27.
Parents are reminded that chil-
dren who are 5 years old on or
before December 1, 1969, can be
admitted to kindergarten. Those 6
years old on or before December 1
will be admitted to the first grace.
Proof of birth date must be shown
to the principal at the time of
registration,
It is important that all new stu-
dents bring report cards from their
last school so they can be placed
in the proper grades and courses.
The kindergarten children will
attend either the morning session
from 9 to 11:15 a.m. or the after-
noon session from 12 noon to 2:15
p.m. The elementary grades on the
Atlantic side and the east bank of
the Pacific side will be in session
from 8:15 a.m. to 12 noon and from
1:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. The west bank
elementary schools' hours will be
from8-30a.m3to512)noonandfrom

The secondary school hours will
be from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
All students who attend the
Canal Zone U.S. schools must have
properly completed admission (reg-
istration) cards. These cards will be
issued to students sponsored by the
Panama Canal organization the first
day of attendance and are to be
completed by the parents so they
can be returned to school the
following day.


Col. Robert W. Green, recently
appointed Director of Corgas Hos-
pital to succeed Col. Lawrence M.
Jackson, Jr., arrived on the Isthmus
August 3 to take over his new
duties.
Colonel Jackson, who has been
on the Isthmus since 1965, left the
Canal Zone July 7 for Kenner Army
Hospital at Fort Lee, Va., where he
will be Post Surgeon,
A native of Pennsylvan'a, Colo-
nel Green received a bachelor of
science degree in chemistry from
Penn State University in 1940 and
a degree in medicine from the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh School of
Medicine in 1950. He also is a grad-
uate of the U.S. Army Infantry


Col. Robert W. Green


Qualified employees currently
employed in the Canal organization
are eligible for selection as Tow-
boat Master Trainee under the In-
Service Training Program being
conducted by the Navigation Di-
vision,
Able seamen, seamen, motor
vessel boatswains, and launch oper-
ators who have been employed for
at least 2 years in these capacities


are eligible for the program. An
employee holding a rating as rigger,
operating engineer (hoisting equip-
ment) or dredge mate also is eli-
gible for selection,
Employees selected by the Board
of Local Inspectors will receive 2
years of maritime training including
classroom instruction and practical
experience as seaman and quarter-
master aboard Panama Canal tugs.
During this period they are con-
tinued in the wage classification of
their former position.
... ......... ........ .
training, the trainees become eli-
gible for license examination by
the Board of Local Inspectors as
"Third Mate of Motor Vessels-
Master, Motor Vessels not exceed-
ing 75 feet in length." After three
additional years of increasing ex-
perience and license qualification
including ratings of Second Mate
and First Mate of Motor Vessels
within Canal Zone waters, the em-
ployee may apply for examination
for license as Master, Steam and
Motor Vessels not exceeding 1,500
gross tons and becomes eligible for
promotion to the position of Tow-
boat Master (F. E. 13).
In-service employees who meet
the basic qualifications and are in-
terested in applying for the Tow-
boat Master Training Program
should submit Application for
Transfer Form 443 to the Emplov-
nient and Placement Branch of the
Personnel Bureau before August 22.
Further information may be ch-
tained from Orlando Sena. Per-
sonnel Staffing Assistant telenhane
2-1221 or Capt. H. Buebler. Assist-
ant Port Captain, telephore 2-2965.


I


Samuel Kramer, budget examiner
from the Bureau of the Budget, Ex-
ecutive Office of the President, gives
a lecture on the Federal Budget
Process to Panama Canal officials.
Kramer is here to review the current
operations of the Canal organiza-
tion. Shown in the front row are
Canal Zone Gov. W. P. Leber and
Lt. Gov. R. S. Hartline.


THEPANAMACAN AL


O R. .C Treen Named


Languages Top

Courses Taken

0 n 1
Dy 0 employees

Spanish, English, and Account-
ing were the most popular courses
selected by employees enrollecl
under Panama Canal's Tuition Re-
fund Program during fiscal year
1969. A total of 58 different courses
ivas approved with U.S. citizens en-
rolling in 44 different ones and non-
U.S. citizens in 39.
Approved for resident tuition re-
fund were 369 man-courses and 286
of these were successfully completed
at a cost of $13,780.25. This amount
included $7,411.00 tuition at Flo-
rida State University, $3,877.50 at
Canal Zone College, and $2,491.75
at other schools.
For each course that an employee
completes, a man-course is credited
to his bureau. The Civil Affairs Bu-
reau led with 111 completed man-
courses followed by the Office of
the Comptroller with 40, and the
Marine Bureau with 29.
Of the 286 completed man-cour-
ses, 126.were taken at Canal Zone
College, 122 at Florida State Uni-
versity, and 38 at other schools in
the Canal Zone and the Republic
of PanamA. There were 28 approved
correspondence tuition refund ap-
p]ications and two completed cour-
ses for which $99.50 was paid.
The Personnel Bureau has re-

d tl dbeedtts vi f er o re
heads of bureaus, divisions, and in-
dependent units should encourage
employees to enroll for courses that
will directly help them clo their
jobs better; to complete their cour-
ses successfully; send in their forms
for refund promptly upon comple-
tion of a course; and notify the
Employee Development Unit of
the Personnel Bureau immediately
if they drop or fail a course,


-
I





SON-TV SOllEI)ULE
(Schedule subject to change without notice)





Pacific side: 29 years, 9 months,
18 days.
Arthur W. Davis, Carpenter, Main-
tenance Division, Pacific side: 31
years, 6 months, 2 days.
Gaspar G. de Paredes, Supervisory
Supply Clerk, Division of Store-
houses, Pacific side: 49 years, 10
Inonths, 8 days.
Edward J. Green, Motor Launch
Operator, Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 26 years, 5 months,
15 days.
Enrique L. L6pez, Lead Foreman
(Ship Stevedoring), Terminals
Division. Atlantic side: 28 years,
9 months, 4 days.
Gregorio Martinez, Oiler (Floating
Plant), Dredging Division, Pa-
cific side: 30 ears, 5 da s.
Robert M. Merrill, Leader Lock

09per sr (7MncMn sst),2P8ac ide:
Francisco MorAn, Hospital Attend-
ant, Coco Solo Hospital, Atlantic
side: 19 years, 3 months, I clay.
Tombs Orantes, Meat Cutter, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 26
years, 11 months, 17 days.
Raphael T. Price, Supervisory Med-
ical Aid (Ambulance), Corgas
H tal Pacifi de: 50
ospi c si years,

Da5 fe la li s\ Oiler, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 30 years,
3 months, 18 days.
Samuel J. Silcott, Laundry Worker
(Heavy), Supply Division, Pacific
side: 37 years, 8 months, 2 days.
Richard K. Oyster, Police P"rivate,
Police Division, Atlantic side:
26 years, 8 months, 4 days.
Aliss Coral A. Stickler, Supervisory
Clinical Nurse, Corgas Hospital,
Pacific side: 30 years, 1 month,
23 da
Dean I.%udebaker, General Fore-
man (Ship Stevedoring), Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side: 27
years, 11 months, 19 days.
Bertram I. Walters, Supervisory
Supply Clerk (Typing), Division
of Storehouses, Atlantic side: 40
years, 2 months, 25 days.
Percival Warburton, Baker, Supply
Division, Atlantic side: 27 years
2 months, 4 days.
Arthur J. Wynne, Accounting Agent,
Accounting Division, New Or-
leans Office: 28 years, 8 months.
--


II ul
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY iS an
office icationeig s, t .ZI'anama
articles and pictures contained in it
^re n1amediava lablivh eall interests ed

i e711ni h it f ieamceadamcae
IV. P. LEBER
Governor of the Canal Zone
R. S. HARDLINE
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information opicer
Material intended for publication in
the Sru Lw.\v should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Fress Office or
maih d tBa aMH i h C. PILLWAY,
Distributed free to all Panama
Canal employees. Subscription cost
for others (including mailing) $2.60 a
year. Make checks payable to Panama
Canal Company and address to:
SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Storehouses To Close
FOT 111V811tOry, Recount
Sections K and S of the Panama
Canal storehouse will be closed for
inventory all day Tuesday, Au-
gllSt 12, and again for YOCOtint Tues-
< ay, September 2, it has been
announced by the Division of Store-
houses. These sections sell elee-
trical supplies and are located at
Balboa and Cristabal.
.

lartSI ill t el utis g h eti hatdtl

se 3dosell n I i
leads.
All units have been advised to
obtain sufficient operating supplies
Irior to closing dates to satidV dieir
needs during the time that the see-
tions are closed.


Peruvian Navy
a

SO 1


PO 11 *
0 Operations
Two Peruvian Navy shipyard
officials became well acquainted
with several key areas of the Canal
operation recently during a visit to
the Canal Zone.
The officials, Capt. Alberto Jimb-
nez De Lucio and Capt. Daniel
Mariscal Caliano, came to the Canal
Zone as official guests of Rear Adm.
Charles D. Nace, Commander of
U.S. Naval Forces Southern Com-
mand.
During their visit to the Canal
Zone, the two Peruvian Navy offi-
cers toured a number of Panama
Canal facilities which conduct ap-
prenticeship programs and other
training related to activities carried
on at the Peruvian Navy Shipyard.
Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Deputy
Personnel Director (Staff), briefed
the officers on the organization and
management of the Panama Canal
Apprenticeship Program. Lloyd D.
Mm-phy, Chief. Employee Develop-
ment Unit of the Personnel Bureau,
oriented them on the organization
and management of the Panama
Canal organization employee devel-
opment and supervisory-manage-
ment rams
prog
During their visit to the Mount
Hope Industrial Division they met
with M. B. Nickel, Chief of the
Industrial Division, and members
of his staff with whom they dis-
cussed such topics as the organiza-
tion and management of a shipyard
safety program; organization of fa.
cilities and programs for conducting
diving and salvage training, and
underwater hull and propeller re-
pairs; I nt maintenance, organiza-
tion and procedures, equipment,
overhaul scheduling and capital
programing; and cost Center Con-
capt of equipment and facilities
mana ement
The Officers also toured the
anne a repair shops at Mount Hope,
Balboa, and Camboa and the Dock
.
19 Launch Landing operations.
Capt. J. Crigore, Jr., USNR, Su-
pervisor of Shipbuilding, Conver-
sion, and Repair, USN, Fort Ama-
dor, accompanied the Peruvian
officers on the tour of the installa-
ions.


WEIRD HAROLD COMBO
TO PLAY FOR TEENS
The "Weird Harold" will make
its first appearance and play for the
Lively Ones at the Balboa Teen
Club tonight from 7:30 to 11:30.
The dress wdl be sportswear.
During the month of August, the
club will be open only Monday and
Wednesday evenings from 7 to 10.
Non-use of the club by the teens
laS DCCOSSitated file CIOSing Of the
elub during the afternoons.


SATURDAY, AUGUST 9
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
an inO anga o
1:20-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
reeKr ySSpTtesman
6:00-Weekend '89
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-The Joey Bishop Show
-- tNS Naeds
8:15-The Hollywood Palace
9:10-Canal Zone Calendar
9:15-Boxing From The Olympic
d ynNio yMovie:
"Power Drive"
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10
1:00-The Christophers
j -D nAn Show
2:as-silly Walker's Country
3:oo-one nival
3:30-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:40-The Mike Douglas Show
6:00-Chronicle
hes ColHerce Welk Shosy
8:00 SCN News
arsreb reboard
Rhat's0 century
10:30-Focus On Today
.s Tji rt
MONDAY, AUGUST 11
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Andy Griffith
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afte on Mov cos Alle ek),
5:30-Untamed World
SDxacto Story
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
-Steve Allen Comedy Hour
8:05-Climax
CanaToZnfeSClacendar
10:10-Andy GrifHth
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-Four Star Playhouse
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12
4:00-Afternoon
5 Ae \rMcCoysews
5:05-Af r fot oT2es A Chance',
5:30-G.E. College Bowl
e Person Show
6 ss-scN News in spanish
g -- 11T leephone Hour
-Des sZPlayh ulseeidar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Carry On Constable"
10:30-Focus On Today
11:00-The Real McCoys
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Animal Secrets
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Alternoon (Cont.)
"Mr. Moto Takes A Chance"
5:30-The Seas of LibertY
(Armed Forces Special)
moo-outeline
o:so-nevort
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8-oo-s/Na t simow)
8:os-sCN Specialof the Week:
me -hounSuAnile 9:50-Crusaders of the Sky

e


Material intended for ublica-
tion in the sPILL1VAY Silpuld be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent mate-
rial can be received and pro-
cessed for use the same week as
late as noon Tuesday. Mail mate-
rial to PANAMA CANAL SPILL-
way, Box M, Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone.


Page 2


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Twenty Panama Canal employees,
with U.S. Government service total-
ing more than 600 years, retired
from the Canal organization in July
and received retirement certificates
at a ceremony held in the Board
Room of the Administration Build-
ing last week. The retirement cer-
tificates were presented by Canal
Zone Gov. W. P. Leber.
Governor Leber commented on
the number of Canal organization
bureaus represented by the retirees
and noted that employees in the
supporting activities are just as im.
portent as those actually working
on the waterway He noted also the
I arge number of different jobs nec-
essary to the mission of putting

kthter gh stltlea CanalxpHeie I sea
laelp and advice they leave to em-
ployees is of utmost value to the
organization. Governor Leber re-
ininded the retirees that Panama
Canal service is something to be
proud of and wishing them a happy
retirement he said, "I sincerely
thank you for our work. You have
been a key vital element in making
the Canal operation a success."
Raphael T. Price, supervisory
medical aid (ambulance), with more
than 50 years' Canal service, held
top portion in number of years.
He was honored at a 50-year serv-
ice ceremony recently. Caspar G.
de Paredes, supervisory supply
clerk, with 49 years, 10 months and
8 days' Canal service, was rehirecl
and will work until September to
complete 50 years' service.
Those who retired from Panama
Canal service, their places of em-
ployment and the positions they
13eld are as follows:
N6stor Andrade L., Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side:
21 years, 8 months, 9 days.
Alfred L. Brady, Seaman, Naviga-
tion Division. Atlantic side: 28
years, 7 months, 10 days.
Louis H. Charles, General Foreman
Painter, Maintenance Division,


.7


Per-uvian Navy Shipyard officials who recently visited


10:00-George Sanders Mystery
10:25-Foc t Today
10-45-Danny Thomas Show
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14
4:00-Afternoon
-l:15-Danny Thomas Show
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30--Re Moto Takes A Chance"
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
8 TNPlace (Last show)
8 05-Bonanza
-carnath%2rnTh taular
10:10-M I Moto T keszA Chance"
10:30-Focus On Today
10:45-The Unexpected
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-JefPs Collie
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Af r Anlo on es A Chance,,
5:30-We the People
gnoen Forurn
N CNa bl th H
(Last show) ime our
8:oo-scN News
8:05-Yo All-American College
8:30-Panama City Anniversary
9:00-Ca"hlor (loc special)
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"The Quiet Man"
H surs oOnthTeoC


a
At The Movz e
Week Beginning Saturday, August 9, 1969
BALBOA (Air Conditioned) GATU
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15 p.m.-Mon., Sat.-Mrs. Brown, You'v
7 o us (2he Night They Ruided Sm a tri :00
p
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-The Devil's Brigade (A) mins.)-Magic Boy (A
W dd as y na TC 112 mins.)-Africa, at 5. d I od, ello
We 1., 7-9(M nd RT e Rise And Fall Thurs.-Viva Marin (A)
Tinars., 7:30 p.m.-Cat B 1)ou (AY) Fra.-The Impossible Ye
F ,ji t a-fi 8):00 p.m.-War Of The
Special M
DIABLO HEIGHTS (R), AYC or as
L
nd y I ossi a (bl3)
mins.)-Daniel Boone (AYC) Saturday, Aug
Sun.-Mon.-Sum Whiskey (A)
Tues.-I'll Take Sweden (A) BALB
Wed.-Kenner (AY) 10:00 a
'rh it< 'T Homan Spring Of Mrs. Lt. Robin Crusoe-Dic
Fri.-Yours, Mine, And Ours (AYC) o her D no Cd
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Act One
(AY)


s


N *
e Got A Lovely
.m. (T-90
YC)
w Gold (A)
ars (AYC)


atmees
isted AAA
ust 9, 1989

OA
.m.
k Van Dyke: An-
!1 td{a awa lorr5
T-116 mins'


DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Turzan's Three Challenges-Jock Ma-
lions: A colorful Tarzan's adventure.
(mT.) Two mins.
GAMBOA
8:I5
Who's Minding Thp.nrStore-It's Jerry
Lewis at his wackiest, making shambles
of a huge department sto 9(6ci

COCO SOLO
100 p.m*
Goodbye My Lady-Walter Brennan
A heart-warming story of a growing
boy and his strong attachment for his
dog. T-100 mins.
1\lARGARITA
2: p.m.
Pinocchio-A Walt Disney al-cartoon
feature. (JATUN T-lo9 mins.


Peter Pan-Walt2:0 p.m.feature cartoon.
T-107 mins.
oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
es th a switic-"rogram subject to
FHall SUITABILITY CUIDE-A, adults;
g'tc. g people 12 to 16; C, children
T-Indientes Total Running Time.
u-Indientes nevent.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


a
GAMBOA
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Sitting Bull (AYC)
Sun. Hot Millions (AY)
Tues.-The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone
(A
Wed.-Sum Whiskey (A)
Fri.-Kenner (AY)
Frid a she rblo oo p.m.-The

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.
2001: A Space Odyssey (AY)
Mon.-Cash McCall (A)
Tues.-The Split (A)
1Ved., 100 p.m. (T-100 mins.)-Zebra
In The Kitchen (AYC)
17:oo n.na.-Uncle Tom's Cabin
:2 !< .1 .T s i)se At
Cumpohello (AYC)
MARGARITA *
sat.crent catherine Av)
so .) m E27:r oT AC
(AYC)
sun Mon.--Shoes Of The Fisherman
Tues.- Viva Marin (A)
00 p.m.-The Impossible
Thurs.-Taming of The shrew (A)
Fri., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Sitting Bull (AYC)
Fride owi show, 10:00 p.m.-nenst
From 20,000 Fathoms (AY)


August 8, 1969


Gov. Leber Commends


.




Alberto Jiminez De Lucio, Peruvian Navy Shipyarol
Commander; Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Deputy Personnel
Director (Staff); and Capt. Daniel Mariscal Galiano'
Peruvian Navy Shipyard official.





MEN
CWO Fred M. Weade, Jr., re-
turned from Vietnam, recently, after
a year of duty as a helicopter pilot
in Tay Ninh and Cu Chi, where he
received many citations. He was
awarded the Silver Star, the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross with Oak
Leaf Cluster plus two Combat "V"
devices; the Bronze Star with Oak
Leaf Cluster and three Combat "V"
devices; and the Army Air Medal
with 32 Oak Leaf Clusters. He also
holds the Cross of Gallantry pre-
sented by the Government of Viet-
nam-
On his return from Vietnam,
chief warrant officer Weade was
met in San Francisco by his parents,


Alert Workman
,
Saves Eyesight

OF Co-Worker
The alertness and prompt action
on the part of a Maintenance Divi-
sion employee saved the eyesight
of a fellow employee recently when
a gust of wind blew lime dust into
his eyes.
The men had just finished work
for the day at the Los Rios slide
area where they were applying lime
to the ground to stabilize the soil,
They had already put away their
goggles and other protective equip-
ment, when one of them noticed a
bag of lime dust on the ground. He
kicked the bag to see if it was
empty and finding it partially full,
he spread the lime dust on the
ground. A gust of wind picked up
the lime dust blowing it into his
eyes.
Fortunately, Normeno I. Bailey,
leader cement finisher, saw what
had occurred. Immediately, he stop-
ped his co-worker from rubbing his
eyes and flushed them with water.
Although the employee said that h's
eyes felt fine, Bailey insisted that
he make an accident report and see
a doctor.
The affected employee followed
Bailey's advice and went to see the
doctor who treated him and re-
moved a sharp piece of foreign ma-
terial from under his eyelid. The
doctor's report noted that the em-
ployee would probably have lost
his eyesight had it not been for the
promptandpropertreatmentgiven
by Bailey.

Make hay while the sun shines
Also when the sun doesn't shine.
*
There are those who do not make
the same mistake twice. They just
make new ones.


CWO Fred M. Weade, Jr.

Canal Pilot Capt. and Mrs. Fred
M. Weade, and his sister, Mary
Jane, of La Boca. The family drove
back through Central America until
delayed by the conflict between El
Salvador and Honduras. Upon the
recommendation of the U.S. Em.


DEMOL A Y TO HEAR
TALK BY L T. GO V.
AT INSTALLATION
Harland V. Howard III will be
installed as Master Councilor of the
Pacific Chapter Order of DeMolay
in ceremonies to be conducted at
the Balboa Scottish Rite Temple
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
Master Councilor-Elect Howard
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Vance
Howard, Jr., of Los Rios. His co-
officers-elect are James C. Cox,
Senior Councilor and William W.
Walker, Junior Councilor.
Other officers to be installed are:
Gregory Cillis, James Kunkel, Leo
Donahue, Stephen Cailey, Paul
Barkowitz, Michael Cote, Gordon
Million, William Donley, Brian
Brown, Lloyd Roberts, Bernhard I.
Everson, Jr., Ernest Van Horn, Jeff
Londynsky, Donald Cox, and Terry
Howard.
During 1969, the Order of De-
Molay is celebrating its 50th Anni-
versary. With more than 2,500 ac-
tive chapters in 14 countries and
territories and having initiated
nearly 3 million boys, this world
wide youth organization has chosen
as its commemoration slogan: "50
Years of Young Men on the Co."
Col. R. S. Hartline, Lieutenant
Governor of the Canal Zone, will
be the guest speaker. The tradi-
tional Flower Talk will be given
by the newly installed Master
Councilor.

CISpecialSelservillinludeK::
Foscue, and Balboa AssemblylNo.
Order of Rainbow for Cir s.
DeMolay friends are invited.


Pat Quinn in Starring Role


APan Am aos luo r la ns


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Page 3


August 8, 1969


bassy, Mrs. Weade and Mary Jane
flew home but the men decided to
continue the trip. After spending a
few days in the Canal Zone with
his parents, chief warrant officer
Weade left for New York and his
new duty station in Heildelberg,
Germany.
Chief warrant officer Weade is a
1965 graduate of Balboa High
School and attended Canal Zone
College from 1965-67. He entered
the Army in 1967.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Brayton,
of Margarita, have two sons in the
Army. Jack, a first lieutenant who
graduated recently from Rotary
Wing School at Fort Rucker, Ala.,
and Rod, a sergeant, now with the
Environmental Science Laboratory
in Washington, D.C. Both are grad-
uates of Cristobal High School and
St. Mary's University in San Anto-
nio, Tex.
Jack left for Vietnam, recently,
on completion of Rotary Wing
Training at Fort Rucker, Ala. His
wife and infant daughter are stay-
ing with his parents while he is
overseas. Brayton is manager of the
Railroad Division.
a a e
Ens. George D. Lord, a recent
graduate of the Naval Aviation
Officer Candidate School at Pensa-
cola, Fla., has been selected for
basic jet training at the Naval Air
Station in Meridian, Miss.
Ensign Lord, a graduate of Bal-
bon High School and North Texas
State University is married to the
former Ellen C. Douglas, of Los
Rios. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Douglas Lord, of La Boca. His
father is with the Maintenance
Division,

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ject. It also tests his instincts for
desert survival by placing the drink-
ing fountain "off limits" for the
duration. It measures his resistance
to suffocation by trapping him in a
windowless, air-tight room with 75
other oxygen-breathers. It finds his
breaking point by forcing him to sit
Jammed between a rhythmic sniffler
and a compulsive knuckle-cracker.
For those who survive it, a final
exam is a molder of well-rounded
individuals who are certain to
flourish in any environment. People
who pass final exams feel equally
at ease discussing differential co-
efficients with their neighbors, Ice-
landic fishery treaties with the mail-
man, the reign of Rameses II with
prospective employers, Samoan bur-
ial customs with the lady who gives
the correct time on the telephone,
and-eventually-anything at all
with anybody to avoid the mono-
tony and boredom with themselves,
Unfortunately, many a bright stu-
dent does poorly on a final exam.
That's because he attaches too
much importance to it, and develops
a mental block against it. He fails
to realize that he can always skip
a tough question and go on to the -
next. He fails to realize that he can
always rely on pure guesswork in
the true-false section and still score
50 percent. And he fails to realize
that even after he s skipped the
tough questions and relied on guess-

a110rk an aflunkedch neexam, he'll
another one*
A pre-induction physical!
a a e
Old Confusion Saying: "People
who live in glass houses spend 80
percent of their salaries on Win-
clex!"


Religious Te xt

Ut Of TO OB
A 1" /"I
/TC TOTt LIBytOn
Sister Maria de la Cruz Aymes,
H.H.S., prominent author of reli-
gious texts, will speak at a teachers'
workshop in religion in August.

s':'"ol"'t.';"2novnf he
books which include texts for ele-
mentary and junior high school stu-
dents.
The teachers' workshop in reli-
gion will be held at the Post Chapel
at Fort Clayton. The opening session
will take place at 7:30 p.m., Sun-
day, August 17. The meetings will
continue daily from 8:30 a.m. to
11 a.m. and from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30
p.m., Monday, August 18, through
Thursday, August 21.
The workshop is an effort to help
teachers of religion to grasp the
nature and importance of teaching
religion at the different levels. Rev.
Paul Loeven, C.M., Rev. Richard
Mullen, C.M., Sister M. Celeste,
R.S.M., and Sister Marcella, B.S.M.,
will focus on the matter or content
of the religious courses. Mrs. Marie
McNamara, Mrs. Marion Saygar,
Mrs. Genevieve Adams, Michael
Smith, and Donald Seitz will dis-
h thods
cuss teae ing me .
All teachers and potential teach-
ers of the Catholic religion at Saint
Mary's Miss on or on the military
bases and all others who are inter-
ested are invited to attend this
workshop.


Add another name to that grow-
ing list of Gorgeous Grandmothers
(C.C.)-Mary G. Urey of the Trans-
portation and Terminals Director's
Office. And if you don't think she
qualifies, Dr. Julieta Burda in the
Eye Clinic will be happy to give
you an examination and prescribe
glasses.
Tom and Lorraine Duggan (he's
with the Electrical Division) wel-
comecl a baby boy into the family
recently, and the tobacco industry
appreciates Tom's valuable contri-
butions towards increasing their
sales volume.
We received a letter from 79-
year-old John Ridge, Sr., who is
now in Swissvale, Pa. He says
that during the recovery of Apollo
11 he was watching and waiting to
see it on color TV. But after an
hour had passed and nothing was
visible he imagined what had hap-
pened. He says that the probable
cause of the delay was that Bruce
Sanders and his Customs inspectors
got a hot tip that the astronauts
were bringing back a load of moon-
shine and they intercepted the
spacecraft.
. e
SOGGY DOUGHNUT AWARD:
To Charlie Hinz for transferring
from the Sheet Metal Shop to the
Welding Shop without giving his
buddies advance notice.
e a
For the benefit of those college
students who recently completed
the Summer session at Canal Zone
College, and for those of you
who will be returning to colleges
throughout the United States late
this month, Tom Koch and May
Sakami have presented the follow-
ing information to help you to
understand what a Final Exam
really is:
Many people believe that a final
exam is simply a device to test the
amount of knowledge you have
absorbed during a specific period.
It is not. A final exam is cleverly
clevised to test much more than the
student's mere knowledge of a sub-


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Ens. George D. Lord


The Pan Amigos Folk and Square
Dance Club will present a variety
dance program at the Balboa
Theater, Friday, August 22, at 7:30
p.m. in celebration of the second
anniversary of the founding of the
club. Included on the program will
be square, folk, and ballroom danc-
ing by members of the club dressed
in costumes.
Honored guests for the perform-
ance will be: Professor Roque Cor-
dero, head of the Latin American
Music De artment of Indiana Uni-
versity, who is returning to Panama
to conduct his symphony on the
occasion of Panama's 450th anni-
versary; Robert Worsley, square
dance caller, and leader in local
church, Boy Scout and YMCA ac-
tivities; Mrs. Sally Cates, dance in-


structor; and Henry Rose, concert
pianist, presently a student at Canal
Zone College.
The program, which is free and
open to the public, will be preceded
by movie shorts at 7 o'clock and
followed at 8:15 by the movie,
"Where Angels Go, Trouble Fol-
lows.
The Pan Amigos Folk and Square
Dance Club meets each Friday at
the Balboa YMCA from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. and each Sunday after-
noon from 4 to 6 p.m. at the JWB_
USO Center. The sessions are free
and the public is invited to attend
these as well as the free tango
classes conducted by Mrs. Cates at
the JWB-USO Center each Satur-
day from 2 to 4 p.m. and each
Monday from 7:30 to 9 p.m.


,
Pat Quinn, who has the lead female role in United Artist's Alice s Res-
taurant, one of the major fall releases, pleads with Officer Obie in a touch-
ing scene of the comedy drama. The film is based on the song, "Alice's
Restaurant Massacree," by Arlo Guthrie and is based on a true story.
Directed by Arthur Penn who also directed "Bonnie and Clyde" and "The
Miracle Worker," the color film premieres in the United States August 21
and will be shown on the Isthmus in the near future. Pat Quinn was born
in the Canal Zone and is the daughter of Man and Berta Quinn, former
residents of the community,


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SERVICE


IN





3~D Oana &n GIr s Among


PRMTOSADT NFR


Refrigeration and Air-Condition-
ing Mechanic to General Fore-
man Refrigeraion and Air-Con-
ditioning Mechanic.
HEALTH BUREAU
Gorgas Hospital
Robert D. Shay, Henry D. Patter-
son, James L. Stakely, Milton A.
Drake, Jr., Gustavo A. Herrera S.,
Robert J. Hehn, Hospital Res-
ident, 1st year, to Hospital Res-
ident, 2d year.
John CutMeallaH sp 1kR i nC'1
to H ital R den 3d
osp esi t,
Gil A. Sainchez, Rodrigo G. Hidalgo,
Hospital Resident, 3d year, to
Hospital Resident, 4th year.
Judith C. Hendershot, Cheryl A.
England, Nurse to Clinical Nurse.
Patricia M. Chase, Melva A. Cum-
berbatch, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-

Au e .TVainee) ColeWaTd erk.
Procurement Clerk (Typing).
OTHERS
Mary M. Sneed, Supervisory Clerk-
Typist, Division of Schools.
Priscilla M. Lane, Supervisory
Clerk-Typist, Division of Schools.
John J. Vatral, Dental Officer (Oral
Surgery), Corgas Hospital.
Dora E. Austin, Medical Techno-
logist, Corgas Hospital.
Joann F. Townsend, Operating
Room Nurse, Corgas Hospital.
Elizabeth L. Davis, Clerk-Typist,
Administrative Services Division.
Jerry L. Ransom, Boarding In-
spector, Navigation Division.
Virginia Le6n-Guerrero, Operating
Accountant, Accounting Divi-
ston.
Edward M. Chism, Deputy Proba-
tion Officer, Office of Director,
Civil Affairs Bureau.
Edward H. Bensen, Transportation
Operations Specialist, Terminals
Division.
Raymond H. Watson, Bowling
Center Supervisor, Supply Divi-
sion.
Roberto Quijada L., Materials
Handling Equipment Repairman,
Supply Division.

I AA I I
BDBI IYIOUSI

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model, explains every stage of the
Operation. Also a guide from the
Panama Canal Guide Service n ill
be stationed at the exhibit to ex-
plain the display and answer ques-
tions from visitors.
Also available for visitors wish-
.
ing more information will be dlus-
trated brochures in Spanish and
English which give background in-
formation on the building of the
Canal, on its present day operations
and possible plans for the future.


Page 4


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


August 8, 1969


The Canal Zone Teenage Amer-
ican Legion Baseball champions for
1969 will leave for Fort Lauder-
dale, Fla., August 16, where they
will play three practice games with
the Lauderdale Baseball School
Camp before competing in the
Southeastern U.S. Regional Cham-
pionship playoffs at West Palm
Beach, August 19.
This year, the Canal Zone team
will form part of region three
which consists of six other States
plus the host team from West Palm
Beach. If the team wins the Re-
gional Championship, it will go on
to the American Legion World
Series in Hastings, Nebr., sched-


uled for August 28 through Sep-
tember 2.
The Canal Zone team is com-
posed of Leslie Blumberg, Clenn
Burdick, Harry Carey, Edgar De
Jestis, Tom Engelke, Neil Frauen-
heim, Carlos and Vlad Lampas,
Jim Ridge, Dave Robertson, Mare
Stock, Henry and Hounie Swann,
Allen Valentine and Jerry Weigle.
The team coach is M. Sgt. Henry
Swann, of Albrook AFB, and the
manager is Zelig Blumberg, of the
office of the Army Post Engineer.
The team, which represents both
the civilian and military communi-
ties of the Canal Zone, has playecl
in the Panama Barraza League.


His new insignia of rank is pinned on Col. Floyd D. Wright, Military
Liaison Officer for the Panama Canal by Gov. W. P. Leber in an informal
ceremony in the office of the Engineering and Construction Bureau Direc-
tor at Balboa Heights. Colonel Wright has been with the Canal organiza-
tion since July 1968. He came to the Canal Zone from Fort Stewart, Ga.,
where he was commanding officer of the 575th Engineering Construction
Battalion. In addition to his duties as military liaison officer, he is assistant
to the Engineering and Construction Director.


Three Canal Zone girls are among
the members of the Ballet Concierto
Company which will perform at the
Balboa High School Auditorium'

Au6ustg 131saa K y Abel, daugh-
ter of Col. and Mrs. Carl M. Abel,
of Fort Amador, who was previ-
ously a member of the Atlanta Civic
Ballet before coming to the Canal
Zone; Kathy Fox, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Merle D. Fox, of Ancon,
who is majoring in ballet at the
University of Utah; and Elizabeth
Cuibert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abel Cuibert, of Albrook AFB, who
is also studying ballet in the United
States.
Earl Kraul will appear as guest
star dancing with Teresa Mann,
Prima Ballerina of the Republic of
Panama. He is the first dancer of
the National Ballet of Canada and
will, in addition to dancing in the
prochiction),hserve as director and

Amo athe walletss to be presented
are "Prince Igor," Ravels waltzes,
and the famous pas de deux from
"Le Corsaire."
The program will be presented
under the auspices of the Inter-


INTERNAL SECURITY
OFFICE
Jessie M. Hassler, Clerk (Typing) to
Security Clerk (Typing).
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DIVISION
Frank R. Turman, Jr., Lead Fore~
man (Quarters Maintenance)'
Maintenance Division, to House-
hold Coods Shipment Specialist.
PERSONNEL BUREAU
Industrial Training Stag
Alfred L. Bullen, Warehouseman,
Division of Storehouses, to Ap-
prentice (Electrician), 1st year.
Renaldo R. Colpa, Stockman, Divi-
sion of Storehouses, to Appren-
tice (Automotive Machinist), 1st
year.
Willis Small, Jr., Seaman, Dredging
Division, Apprentice (Machinist)'
Ist year,

1 dkerL. R Ic D si ( e

Al pp zrtice (Wel r),k1 er),
Railroad Division, to Apprentice
(Electrician), 1st year.
AlfredA.Blackman, Learner(Helper
Machinist-Marine), Class 1, In-
dustrial Division, to Apprentice
(Boilermaker), 1st year.
Joseph A. Anderson, Helper Lock
Operator, Locks Division, Ap-
prentice (Electrician), 1st year.
Armando R. Moore, Helper (Cen-
neral), Industrial Division, to Ap.
prentice (Machinist), 1st year.
Roy S. Meade, Learner (Painter-
Maintenance), Class 1, Industrial
Division, to Apprentice (Ship-
wright), 1st year-
Carlos D. Sales, Helper Machinist,
Maintenance Division, to Ap-
prentice (Pipefitter), 1st year.
Alfredo F. Watson, Learner (Helper
Machinist-Marine), Class 1, In-
dustrial Division, to Apprentice
(Structural Iron Worker), 1st year.
Arthur S. Davis, Clerk, Supply Di-
vision, to Apprentice (Shipfitter),
1st year.
MARINE BUREAU
Industrial Division
Robert S. Gill, Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 4th year, to Machinist
(Marine).
Richard A. McFarlane, Apprentice
(Welder), 4th year, to Welder.
Hubert G. Ranger, Apprentice
(Rigger), 4th year, to Rigger.

G .glliovel Jr., rAppreS
wright.
Locks Division
Mortimer L. Scantlebury, Supply
Clerk to Supervisory Supply
Clerk.
Marian E. Tanke, Towing Locomo-
tive Operator (Locks) to Lock
Operator (Operating Engineer-
Hoisting Equipment).
Roger C. Jones, Engineer, Dredge,
Dredging Division, to General
Engineer.


TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Motor Transportation Division
Woodworth R. Draughon, Isaac M.
Tejera, Truckdriver (Heavy) to

H ruck r r (HH3avy Hra er)Duty
Equipment Body Rebuilder to
Automotive Mechanic (Body anel
Fender-Limited).
Rafael Rodriguez F., Chaffeur to
Truckdriver (Heavy).
Maurice A. Long, Schoolbus Driver
to Truckdriver (Heavy Trailer).
Vincente Grayman, Mobile Equip-
nient Mechanic (Organizational)

man tomotive Accessories Me-
'
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Supply Division
Viola C. Lewis, Sales Store Clerk
to Supervisory Sales Store Clerk

M It eQ sEc .qE
trial Equipment Repairman.
Arisa D. Batista G., Clerk-Typist
( tenograp er Trainee) to Supply
Clerk.
Alexander A. Butcher, Sales Store
Clerk to Supply Clerk.
Division of Storehouses
Earl W. Whittaker, Warehouseman
to Stockman.
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Electrical Division
Norbert L. Buchanan, Apprentice
(Electrician), 4th year, to Elec-
trician,
Ruben Ho Luck, Apprentice (Arma-
ture Winder), 4th year, to Arma-
ture Winder.
Ruben S. Edwards, Jr., Apprentice
(Radio Mechanic), 4th year, to
Radio Mechanic.
Dredging Division
George Holeroft, Jr., James R.
Hovan, Apprentice (Machinist), 4th
year, to Machinist.
Antonio O. Dunn-Moodie, Appren-
tice (Carpenter), 4th year to Car-
penter.
Hubert E. Daniel, Leader Painter
to Lead Foreman Painter.
Delroy A. Burke, Apprentice (Weld-
er), 4th year, to Welder.
Maintenance Division
Gilbert C. Foster, Lead Foreman

A ux ranPlantto Operat on F e
inan (Quarry Operation).
Francisco Rodriguez F., Appren-
the (Flumber), 4th year, to
Plumber-
George H. Scott, Apprentice (Sheet-
metal Worker), 4th year, to Sheet-
-
metal Worker.
Lloyd T. Allen S., Learner (Helper-
Refrigeration and Air-Condition-
ing Mechanic) to Helper Refrig-
eration and Air-Conditioning Me-
chanic.
John D. Mitchusson, Lead Foreman


Teresa Mann, Prima Ballerina of
the Republic of Panama, will appear
with the Ballet Concierto Company
at Balboa High School, Wednesday,

Aughus tats8wp.m. SlheK1r 1,dance
dancer of the National Ballet of

a ba. MissFMinn eeacahneas1 Z

American Women's Club. Ticket re-
servations may be made by calling
Balboa 2-6302 or 2-3039.


A disinfect-deodorizing solution is applied to a garbage container by Julisin
G. Godoy, an employee of the Grounds Maintenance Branch. The spraying
equipment he is using is a self-contained unit of the trucks employed in
the new containerized garbage collection system being installed through-
out the Canal Zone communities. This feature of the new system, which
permits the containers to be treated each time they are emptied, offers
a much desired sanitary improvement over the curb-side service cans that
have been used in the past.


Now It's Colonel W~right


C Z. Baseball ChampS


James R. Hotz

Earns Masters


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James R. "Tim" Hotz, son of
Theo F. Hotz, former assistant su-
perintendent of U.S. Schools and
Mrs. Hotz, recently received a mas-
ter's degree in Business Administra-
tion from the Graduate School of
Business Administrat:on of the Uni-
versity of Virginia.
Hotz, who is a graduate of Bal-
boa High School, received his col-
lege degree from Ohio State. He is
married to the former Helen Nita
also of Balboa. She has been teach-
ing school in the Charlottesville'
Va., elementary school systern while
lie has been working on his grad-
uate program.
The Hotzes and their two chil-
dren, Teddy, 6, and Krist n Karol '
3, now reside in Virginia Beach, Va.
Theo Hotz retired from Canal
service in January 1966.





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El mibrcoles 30 de Julio, muchos
empleados del Hospital Gorgas y
de la Direcei6n de Salubridad se
dieron cita en el sal6n de cases del
edificio donde function la Clinica
de Neumologia, con el fin de render
tribute a uno de los empleados mis
apreciados del Gorgas, Raphael T.
Price, quien ese dia cumplia 50 ailos
de servicios al Canal de PanamA.
El Cobernador W. P. Leber asis-

al ticerem ialpara enta
Eminentemente Prolongados y Sa-
tisfactorios, la Llave Maestra de las
Esclusas del Canal de PanamA y
un cheque por $500, a la vez que
pronunci6 unas palabras alabando
el servicio de Price.
Esta alabanza, que hizo el Co-
bernador sobre Price, ha sido subra-
yacia por las siguientes declaracio
nes de William Caudy, Subdiree-
tor del Hospital Gorgas:
"Durante mais de 40 afios conse-
cutivos de servicio a la Direcei6n
cle Salubridad, 22 de los cuales los
pas6 en el Hospital Gorgas, Price
ha sido el empleado ideal, total-
mente dedicado a so trabajo y orga-
nizaci6n, y con s610 un pensamien-



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Secciones Ky S

Las Secciones Ky S de los alma-
cenes del Canal de Pananni perma-
necenin cerradas por inventario
todo el dia martes 12 de agosto, y
nuevamente para el recuento el
martes 2 de septiembre, segrin
anunci6 la Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Estas secciones venden materials
de electricidad y estlin situadas en
Balboa y en Crist6bal.
Las ventas en estas secciones se
prohibinin durante el tempo en
que permanezean cerradas. Las en-
tregas de urgencia sertin hechas
a los jefes de division.
Se ha advertido a todas las uni-
dades que obtengan sufficient ma-
terial de operaci6n antes de las fe-
chas de clerre para satisfacer sus
obligaciones durante el tempo en
que las seedones permanezean ce-
rraclas,


discuticron tales t6picos como la
organizaci6n y administraci6n de
un program de seguridad en un
astillero; organization de instala-
ciones y programs para clirigir
adiestramiento de salvamento y bu-
ceo, y reparaciones bajo el agua de
cascos y hdlices; mantenimiento de
plants, organization y procedi-
mientos, equipo, programs de re-
acondicionamiento y limpieza, pro-
gramaci6n de capital y el concept
clel costo central de equipo y ad-
ministracian ae instalaciones.
Los officials tambidn recorrieron
los talleres de reparaci6n de lan-
chas en Mount Hope, Balboa y
Camboa y las operations del
Embarcadero de Lanchas del Mue-
Ile 19.
El Capittin J. Crigore, Jr., USNR,
Supervisor de Construcci6n de Bu-
ques, Conversi6n y Reparaci6n, de
la Armada de EE. UU. en Fuerte
Amador, acompah6 a los officials
pemanos en el recorrido por las
instalaciones.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
EscInsas de Mirafiores 2,379
Esclusas de Cat6n 442
Jardines de Summit 190
Las Cruces, 7 viajes 228
Tr insitos:
FairskU -- -- 872
Verdi 376
Gran total 4,487


"i~- I 'i`'t'7-(r FJ)


Veinte empleados del Canal de
Panam:i, con un total de servicio de
mtis de 600 ailos con el Gobierno de
los Estados Unidos, se jubilaron en
la empress del Canal en Julio y re-
cibieron certificados de jubilaci6n
en una ceremonial celebrada en el
Sal6n de Conferencias del Edificio
de Administraci6n la semana pa-
sada. Los certificados de jubilaci6n
fueron entregados por el Coherna-
dor de la Zona del Canal W. P.
Leber,
El Cobernador Leber comment
sobre el n6mero de direcciones de
la empresa del Canal que estaban
representadas por los jubilados e
hizo notar que los empleados que
desempeilan funciones auxiliaries son
tan importance como aquellos que
trabajan directamente en la via in-
terocetinica. Hizo notar tambi6n el
crecido mimero de empleos dife-
rentes necesarios para la misi6n de
hacer pasar los barcos por el Canal.
Tambidn dijo a los jubilados que la
experience, ayuda y consejo que
defan a los empleados es de un valor
incalculable para la organizaci6n.

lbGoboesrnadore s vir ord6dulos
de PanamA es algo de 10 cual hav
que sentirse orgulloso y deseeindo-


les una feliz jubilaci6u dijo: "Sin-
ceramente les day las gracias por
su trabajo. Ustedes han sido an ele"
mento clave vital al haeer de la
operaci6n del Canal un 4xito"'
Raphael T. Price, subjefe auxiliar
medico ambulanceia, con mais de
50 aiios de servicio con el Canal,
Ocup6 el primer lugar en mimero
de afios. Fue honrado reeientemen-
te en una ceremonial de 50 ailos de
servicio. Caspar Carcia de Faredes,
subjefe oficinista, con 49 ailos, 10
meses y 8 dias de servicio con el
Canal, fue empleado nuevamente y
trabajani hasta septiembre para
completer 50 ailos de servicio.
Los que se jubilaron del servicio
con el Canal de PanamA, sus Inga-
res de empleo y las posiciones que
tenian, son los siguientes:
Nistor Andrade L., Estibador, Di-
visi6n de Terminales, sector
Athintico: 21 ailos, 8 meses, 9
Alfre% L. Brad M D. .
y, armero, ivi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, sector Athin'
tico: 28 ailos, 7 meses, 10 dias.
Louis H. Charles, Capataz Ceneral

id i Pintus t: a :?::
6 meses, 2 dias.
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


.
1.

El Gobernador W. P. Leber entrega a Raphael T. Price, Subjefe Auxiliar
Medico (Ambulancias) del Hospital Gorgas, various premios a los que se
hizo acreedor por sus largos y altamente eficientes servicios. Price recibi6
un Certificado de Premio por Servicios Eminentemente Satisfactorios y
Prolongados, la Llave Maestra de las Esclusas y un cheque por $500. El
Gobernador Leber 10 puso como ejemplo a todos los emplendos que asis-
tieron a la ceremonial que tuvo lugar en el sal6n de clauses del edificio donde
function la Clinica de Neumologia del Hospital Gorgas.



Honr ado en el Gor gas



Empleado de Mar itos


to en su mente: servir. El tipo a
que pertenece Price es por cierto
raro en estos dias y consider un
privilegio el hacerle un reconoci-
miento de la mais conspicua manera
possible, por su actuaci6n sin prece-
dentes en los angles del Hospital".
Los empleados del Hospital
Gorges regalaron a la esposa de
Price un bello ramo de orquideas,
mientras que al agasafado 10 obse-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Los empleados calificados que
actualmente trabajan en la empress
del Canal son eligibles para ser
seleccionados como Capittin de Re-
molcador en Adiestramiento, de
acuerdo con el Programa de Em-
pleados en Adiestramiento que
Ileva a cabo la Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n.
Los primeros mariners, marine-
ros, contramaestres de embarcacio-
nes a motor y operarios de lancha
motor que hayan estado emplea-
dos por 10 menos durante 2 aiios en
esas capacidades son considerados
elegibles para el program. Cual-
quier empleado que esti clasificado
como aparejador, operario de equi
po levadizo 0 primer official de dra-
ga es tambi6n eligible para ser
seleecionado.


Los empleados seleccionados por
la Junta Local de Inspectores reci-
binin 2 afios de adiestramiento ma-
ntimo, 10 que incluye instrucci6n
te6rica y experience pnictica como
mariners y timonel, a bordo de re-
molcadores del Canal de Panami.
Durante este penodo continuarin

rit a clasifi a i6n de salaries de su
gua p .
Al terminal con 6xito su adiestra-
miento, senin elegibles para pasar
los extimenes ante la Junta Local
de Inspectors para obtener la li-
cencia de "Tercer Oficial de Em-
barcaciones a Motor-Capitan de
Embarcaci6n a Motor de no mais
de 75 pies de largo". Luego de 3
anos mais de experience y de haber
calificado para las licencias de Se-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Dos officials del astillero de la
Armada Perunna se familiarizaron
Inuy bien con tireas importance de
la operaci6n del Canal recientemen-
te durante una visit a la Zona del
Canal,
Los officials, Capittin Alberto Ji-
minez De Lucio y el Capittin Da-
niel Mariscal Galiano, vinieron a Ex
Zona del Canal como invitados ofi-
ciales del Contralmirante Charles
D. Nace, Comandante de las Fuer-
zas Navales de Estados Unidos en
el command sur.
Durante su visit a la Zona del
Canal, los los officials de la Aqiux-
da Pernana recorneron vanas ins-
talaciones del Canal de PanamA
que Ilevan a cabo programs de
aprendizaje y otros adiestramientos
relacionados con las actividades que
se efectdan en el Astillero de la
Armada Peruana.
El Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Sub
director de Personal (Funcionarios
Ejecutivos), ofreci6 una charla de
orientaci6n sobre la organizaci6n y
administraci6n del Programa de
Aprendizaje del Canal de PanamA.
Lloyd D. Murphy, Jefe de la Uni-
clad de Capacitaci6n para Emplea-
dos de la Direcei6n de Personal, los
orient acerca de la organizaci6n
y administration de los programas
cle capacitaci6n de empleados y di-
recei6n administrative de la em-
presa del Canal cle Panam i. (Foto
en la secei6n inglesa.)
Durante su vista a la Divisi6n
Industrial en Mount Hope se reu-
nieron can M. B. Nickel, Jefe de la
Divisi6n Industrial y mienibros de
so personal executive can los males


'
Arthur Penn, quien dirigiern peliculas de tanto 4xito como "Bonnie and
Clyde" y "El Vendedor de Ilusiones", dirige a Pat Quinn en una dramA.
tica escena de "Alice's Restaurant" que sersi estrenada en todos los Estados
Unidos a partir del 21 de agosto. Pat Quinn, quien tiene el papel femenino
principal en este drama, nuci6 en la Zona del Canal y as hija de Mare y
Berta Quinn, muy conocidos miembros de esta comunidad que se jubilaron
y partieron del Istmo hace algunos afios. Penn consider a Pat Quinn
como una de las mejores actrices de la hora presence. Tambien aparece
Michael McCallahan, quien tambidn es estrella en "Alice's Restaurant",
obra que serb presented en el Istmo en un future pr6ximo.


.1.


EL CANALDEPNM


ExhibirAn

Un Mod elo


Del Canal
El modelo topogrtifico de 25 pies
del Canal de PanamA, que fue exhi-
bido en la Hemisferia '68 de San
Antonio, en la Casa Internacional
cle Nueva Orleans, y en otros pun-
tos a trav6s de los Estados Unidos,
estti siendo colocado ahora en el
Edificio de Asuntos Civiles en la
Carretera Gaillard.
Un corte de cinta inaugurard la
exposici6n, el 15 de agosto alas
11 a.m., como parte de las ceremo-
nias conmemorativas del 559 ani-
versario del Canal de PanamA y el
4509 aniversario de la ciudad de
Panami. Dignatarios del Municipio
de PanamA, various alcaldes de ciu-
dades latinoamericanas v represen-
tantes del Cobierno de PanamA se
unirin a los funcionarios de la Zona
del Canal para el acontecimiento.
El model del Canal, esti dota-
do de luces, tiene pequefios barcos,
que se mueven en la via acud-
tica e incluye models a escala del
Puente Ferry Thatcher y de las
comunidades a lo largo de la ruta.

m:-1:-..:,d e a a
Canal desde que un barco comienza

d ts un oc4ano hasta
Un comentario grabado, sincro-
nizado con las luces que estin en
el model, explica cada fase de la
operaci6n. Un miembro del Servicio
de Guias del Canal de PanamA es-
tard tambi4n presented en la expo-
sici6n para explicar todo 10 rela-
cionado con el model y contester
las preguntas que hagan los visi-
tantes.
Los vis:tantes que deseen mayor
informaci6n podr:in obtener folle-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Se Jubileron 20 Empleados


Vis; taron la Zona Oraciales





DOMINGO
9:00-Documental
9:15-Fe y Alegria
10:00-Todo per la Patria
11:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:oo-s:ilvese quien Pueds
1 0-Car u elDn ernacional
6:00-Una Hora con Lucy y Dest
nan
9:00-Hawail Cinco O
10:00-Estreno Sorpresive

LUNES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
tsii y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
-Nuledo Cid oong r
4:00-Robin Hood
4 CN 1 me la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
_Ne ineas sociales
e:40-Noticias
7: -Aqui EstiRTrPatines
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
e:oo-MI ro2i lumanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
M--Mic onot cii o dEnigma
11:30-Los Tramposos

MARTES

sRisas
1:30-La Horn de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-El Hogar y La Escuela
RobinHad
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
a PAgiets de la Vida
-- tantiness Sociales
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
8:00-La Hora Continental
08 icr iFavorita
Conflicts Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Las Novias
11:00-Richard Diamond
11:30-Los Tramposos

MIERCOLES
11:00-Aventuras
11:30-Episodios
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Mdsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Mujer Opina
4:00-Robin Hood
4:ao-catarium
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-P6ginas de la Vida
e:oo-Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Mi oso y Yo
8 ely neixones
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflicts Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-MinooSn g o es
11:00-Richard Diamond
11:30-Los Tramposos

JUEVES
11:00-Aventurns
_EMq or Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:M-Co njoHe Para la Salud
4:30-Cataplum
elasdde llan rdde
e oo-Novela
jstia neas Sociales
qui EstA res Patines
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:oo-Mi ro$$ imanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
IM r noticino y Jim west

VIERNES
11:00-Aventuras
soj Risas
1 t fas de Corin Tellado
2 00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
4 00-Robin Hood
s tae so e la Tarde
Aginlas de la Vida
6:30-Instantaineas Sociales

iiE'"E.v.v....
9:00-Micronoticiero y
.Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Mzeronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y La Ley del
Rev61ver
11:00-La Hora Cero

SABADO
11:30-Colorin Colorao
Mi Oso de Ho n
1:00 N i as ga
cS dd h anco
4:00-Largo Metraje
0 oas taos en Apuros
_NA I de Orange Crush
8 00-A Petici6n Suya
1 r roFdoune a mMelrS6bado


Cu6 PUS Ultra Pre aera


en esta excursion, se atenderA a
los interesados en el orden en que
11eguen. Por 10 tanto, las personas
interesadas en former parte de ella
deberin ponerse al habla con Wal-
ter Clark, tel6fono Crist6bal 2850,
o con Michael Barnett, Crist6bal
2704, y en Col6n, con Edwin
Thourbourne, tel6fona 7-1259, 10
mis pronto possible.

,
me
RH0)O COH 01 L


El Club Plus Ultra, de la Iglesia
Ebenezer de Rainbow City, cele-
brard su 259 aniversario con una
fantistica excursion a Bocas del
Toro, del 30 de agosto al lunes
19 de septiembre.
La excursion partird del Aero-
puerto de Tocumen a bordo de uno
de los c6modos aviones de RAPSA,
alas 7:30 a.m. del sibado 30 de
agosto y regresard el lunes 19 de
tiembre, Dia del Trab 0, alas
5:15 p.m., despubs de un recorrido
9 ue incluird visits a la Isla de Bas-
timentos, al Puerto de Almirante,
al Em mahne de Changuinola va la
poblaci6n de Guabito, en la fron-
tera con Costa Rica. En la ciudad
de Bocas del Toro, los excursionis-
tas podrAn gozar en la Playa del
Ismito, considered como una de
las mis bells de la Repi'rblica.
Como los puestos son limitados


PANAMA 1970


PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
The Saga Of Hemp Brown (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 8 CERRADO The Island Earth (AYC) Hondo And The Apaches (AY)
The Saga Of Hemp Brown (AYC) The Sea Chase (AY) y
SAbado 9--- y This Island Earth (AYC) CERRADO Gay Purr-ee (AYC)
The Secret War Of Harry Frigg
Domingo 10_ A Lovely Way To Die (A) Sam Whiskey (A) (AY)
Days Of Wine And Roses (A) y The Secret War Of Harry Frigg
Lunes 11_____ A Lovely Way To Die (A) My Blood Runs Cold (A) (AY)

Niartes 12 _ CERRADO Yellow Submarine (AYC) The Comedians (A)
Days Of Wine And Roses (A) y
Mi4rcoles 13- My Blood Runs Cold (A) Act One (A) CERRADO

Jueves 14 Yellow Submarine (AYC) CERRADO asDb7mD (A )
The Nun's Story (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 15 __. CERRADO John Paul Jones (AYC) The Way West (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nihos de 8 a 12.


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


P~gina 2


empez6 a trabajar y ha hecho de todo: trabaj6 de alba-
iiil, carpintero y plomero en diferentes construcciones
en la ciudad de PanamA y hasta fue salonero en varies
cantmas. Vine a encontrar verdaderamente mi vida
cuando vine a trabajar para el Canal", dice con aire


1


Pedro A. Castillo, trabaja en el cuarto frfo del Almac6n
de Balboa y se encarga en particular de que las legum-
bres est6n en perfect estado y de repartirlas para los
diferentes puestos de venta. Hombre sencillo, pues
nacid en el campo, en la poblacron de Bejuco, en el
interior de la Provincia de PanamA, se lleva bien con
todos sus compaileros. Ingres6 al servicio del Canal
hace unos 29 alios. Ha trabajado en differences almace-
nes de la empress y desde hace mis de 12 afios presta
servicios en el Almac6n de Balboa. Dej6 su pueblo
natal en 1921, alas 9 ailos, viniendo a residir en la
ciudad de PanamA. Actualmente vive en Pedro Miguel,
pero tiene una casita en Cabuya, poblado cercano al
lugar donde naci6. Dice que si alg6n dia Dios le per-
mite jubilarse, alli pasard sus 61timos afios, pues es un
lugar pintoresco, fresco y propio para la agriculture,
que es lo que mis le gusta. Hace 38 afios contrary
matrimonio con la Sra. Rufina Santos de Castillo. No
han temdo hijos, pero han criado a un hijo de su esposa,
Federico Mendivez, quien esti casado ya, ya una nifia
a la que criaron desde que tenia 6 meses. Se Ilama
Efigenia Jaramillo y actualmente es professor en un
colegio secundario de la ciudad de Col6n. Desde niho


En Su Pantalla


_ ____ ____ I__


Agosto 8, 1969


6~PT gh


DEL 0 ANAL 2

DOMINGO
9:30-Conozea el Mundo
10:00-Todo por la Patria
11:00-Alegrias
11:30-Mi Amigo el Mago
12:00-Loterin
1 r sd- ta on de Ins a
4:30-Los Invencibles
0(0--Lil ZNoo icia Voladorn
7:00-Disneylandia
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00-Ladr6n sin Destmo
10:00-PremieredeGala



LUNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Tentro del Oeste
a nu5 Bunny
1 00-Show de la Una
acsudne7ia ras Vidas
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
:M Emnbre delllRifle
e:oo-Telenovela
It n ela
7:30-Tres Patines
:31 a enta laD Icido
10:oo-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip



MARTES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
U Bu5gyBunny
1:00-Show de la Una
aesu2e7ta ras Vidas
t dos de Bdo rRneStreet
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
nt naes
8:00-Ironside
9:00-Expectaci6n
9:30-Dragnet
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 Sunset Strip



MIERCOLES
(1:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30--Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Documentales
3:30-El Teatro de Zane Grey
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
smo-Reino salvate
6:00-Telenovela
e:ao-Noticias
ml e TV-2
8:30-Judd Abogado Defensor
9:30-Ballinger de Chicago
10:00-Noticias
10:30-77 sunset strip



JUEVES

"odaelC rtsones
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
acsumee la ras Vidas
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5 1Huoo Q del Rifle
6 30 Noticias
8 Id ela el Juego
t er es Hechicera
10:30 77 Sunset Strip



VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
? funny
15 or de Itaal an
3 30-Dins de Nuestras Vidas
4 -- t dos eeBdo r pneStres
5 30-superman
a co-Telenovela
@ k ela
7 30-El Caf6 Squirt


"2" ,':::-
(0 NT aset Stri



SABADO

C le na oones
11 30-El Pijaro Carpintero
(0-Lo Tiraes Chiflados
Dep s enlaM ela de Ins 7
4:00-Deportes en TV-2
iAdorables Sobrinos
M-Tier e Gigantes
9:00-Viaje alas Estrellas
N ic .isbado


~lc3TI~r ~


de convicci6n. Le gusta mucho Taboga, y dice que la
raz6n es que su esposa es de allA. Por eso le tomb aficion
a la pesca y, durante los aiios en que vivi6 en Cocolf,
se volvi6 cazador y cogi6 muchos conejos. "Tengo los
afios de servicio para jubilarme, pero me siento fuerte
y con ganas de trabajar", terminal diciendo*


.......i.'.lp}d Can de Pa-
nami. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6-
'"::4.nodHeisaoH 1 rreese a, sin
W. P. LEBER
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal

R HbARTLdlNE
FRANx A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacida
La informaci6n que se deseare publi-
car en el sPILLWAY debe ser enviada
a la oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir
la correspondence a PANAMA CANAL
sPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
delD s rluci6n gratuita a todos los
g,*reados lad ubs p i6 de Pana s
(incluyendo envio por correo) $2.60 al
afio. Los cheques deben hacerse pa-
gaderos al Panama Canal Company y
dirigidos a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions,
Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone-


Agosto 10-Se inicia la celebraci6n del 4509 aniversario de la fundaci6n
de la ciudad de PanamA. Alas 10 a.m., reunion Preparatoria del Con-
greso de Historia. Alas 8 p.m., inauguraci6n de la Exposici6n de
Pinturas*
Agosto 11-A las 10 a.m., sesi6n plenaria inaugural del Congreso de His-
toria. Alas 3 p.m., estreno de la Exposici6n Cartogrifica y Fotogrifica.
Alas 8:45 p.m., concerto de la Orquesta Sinf6nica Nacional, bajo la
direcei6n de Eduardo Charpentier, hijo. Solista, Alfredo de St. Malo.
Agosto 12-A las 9 a.m., Congreso de Historia. Alas 8:45 p.m., "La Zapa-
tera Prodigiosa", de Federico Garcia Lorea. Presentaci6n del Teatro
en Circulo.
,,
Agosto 13-A las 9 a.m., Congreso de Historia. Alas 8:45 p.m., "Caifas ,
de Jos4 de Jes6s Martinez. Presentaci6n del Teatro Experimental.
Gimnasio del Colegio Javier.
Agosto 15--17-Tercer Festival del Manito, en la pintoresca poblaci6n de
Oc6, a unas 144 mills al occidente de la ciudad de PanamA. Es uno de
los events folkl6ricos mis tipicos de PanamA, pues alli se conservan
Inuy bien las tradiciones del pais que datan desde el tempo de la
Colonial.
Agosto 15-559 ANIVERSARIO DEL CANAL DE PANAMA. El 15 de
agosto de 1914 transit oficialmente el primer barco por el Canal de
PanamA. Fue el "Anc6n", a bordo del cual iba el Presidente de PanamA,
Dr. Belisario Porras y distinguidas personalidades de PanamA, Estados
Unidos y de otras parties del mundo.
Agosto 15-4509 ANIVERSARIO DE LA FUNDACION DE LA CIUDAD
DE PANAMA. El Gobierno de PanamA ha declarado cse dia como
Fiesta Nacional. La ciudad de PanamA fue fundada en el Area de la
actual PanamA la Viefa, el 15 de agosto de 1519, por el Coronel Pedro
Arias de Avila, mejor conocido por Pedrarias, Gobernador de la Tierra
Firme y la Castilla de Oro, nombres por los que en ese tempo se conocia
al Istmo de PanamA.


& S Apf$1 8
COM MikaMOS





bres estin aplicando polvo de cal, que detiene la acci6n


Premios de Estimulo Dan


se ha convertido en un element
indispensable del mismo. Emplea-
clos de esa clase son los que han
hecho que el Canal de PanamA
opere tan eficientemente.
a a a
Tan aficionado al deported de la
tabla hawaiana es el Ingeniero
Tombs Mir6, de la Secei6n Estruc-
tural de la Direcei6n de Ingenieria
y Construction, que la otra noche
cuando comenz6 el program tele-
visado "Hawaii Cinco-0", se lanz6
con tabla y todo contra la ola que
sale en la pantalla. Ahora, cuando
comienza ese program, su familiar
no lo deja entrar a la sala, por temor
de que vaya a romper el televisor.
a *
Camilo Ndilez, hijo del conocido
periodista panametio Bernardo Nd-
fiez B., fue quien dio explicaciones
sobre el funcionamiento de la Im-
prenta de La Boca a un grupo de
functionaries de relaciones pdblicas
del Gobierno panametio, que enca-
bezado por Guillermo R. Vald6s,
visit ese lugar, por invitaci6n de
F d 1 1
a Oficina de Informaci6n e Cana
de Pananni. Vald6s actual Director
de la Oficina Central de Informa-
- ci6n del Estado, fue el primer Edi-
tor de Publicaciones en Espailol de
la Oficina de Informaci6n del Canal
de Panamti, en 1962.
* *
Caras muy risuefias se vieron el
lunes pasado cuando se recibieron
los cheques de pago del Canal de
PanamA. Claro, como que en esos
cheques llegaron los nuevos aumen-
tos de sueldo.
a a
Luis C. Quintero P., del Dep6si-
to de Muebles de la Divisi6n de

A u up
tanto en el Pacifico como en el
Atlintico.



*CUIDE A LOS NINOS!
1


La rdpida acci6n cle parte de un
empleado de la Divisi6n de Mante-
nimiento salv6 recientemente la vis-
ta de un compattero de trabajo,
d Af de 1
Icxuz caerunalvo acal eny ntojose
Los hombres acababan de finali-
var el trabaja del dia en el sector
de derrumbe en Los Rios donde
estaban poniendo cal en el terreno
para estabilizar el suelo, Ya habian
dejado sus gafas y otro equipo pro-
tector, cuando uno de ellos se dio
cuenta de que habia unn bolsa de
polvo de cal en el suelo. Pate6 la
bolsa para ver si estaba vacia y la
encontr6 casi Ilena, regando la cal

va t loa nd ee vel:
ojos.
Afortunadamente, Normeno I.
Bailey, capataz pulidor de cement,
vio lo que habia ocurrido. Inmedia-
trumente hizo que su compailero de-
jara de frotarse los ojos y los reg6

,
Se Rezine Conseyo

civico de Paraiso

La reunion regular mensual del
Consejo Civico de Paraiso tendril
lugar el martes pr6ximo alas 7:30
p.m.
Esta sesibn se celebrant en el
edificio de la Escuela Secundaria
de Paraiso y se pide a todos los
miembros su asistencia total y pun-
tual.


El "113" es Para

Servicio y "114"

8 IR/OTINGOIOR

Se recuerda a los residents de
la Zona del Canal que el Ramo de
Comunicaciones del .Canal de Pa-
nami estableci6 el lunes 28 de julio
un nuevo ndmero especial de ser-
vicio, el "113", que serd marcado
cuando se solicit reparaciones te-
lef6nicas y servicios similares.
Este n6mero deberd ser usado de
ahora en adelante en vez del "114"
que se ha convertido en informa-
ci6n solamente. La separaci6n del
servicio de reparaciones y las fun-
ciones de ayuda del director se
hizo para dar un servicia nuis efi-
ciente a los suscriptores telef6nicos.


P 1in 3


SPILLWAY D)EL CANAL D)E PANAMA


Agosto 8, 1969


George Goode, conductor cle
autom6viles en la Divisi6n de
Transported a Motor en Anc6n, se
distingue siempre por su magnifi-
ca apariencia y el trato courts que
da a todos los que requieren sus
servictos.
# *
Coode opera actualmente el auto-
m6vil 231 que se usa para brindar
transport a los functionaries del
Canal que necesitan movilizarse.
El pasado mi6rcoles 30 de julio, a
las 6:30 a.m. Goode 11eg6 a su tra-
bajo y se dispuso a calendar el
motor de su vehiculo. Jamis ha te-
nido un accident serio en su tra-
bajo y se disponia a comenzar otro
dia s:n ning6n event de importan-
cia.
* *
Al arrancar el motor le sinti6
un ruido sumamente raro. Apag6
el motor inmediatamente, abri6 la
tapa y . se encontr6 conquer en la
correa se compres.g del acondicio-

":s:st::::s".;s'.:"i:7:edaba
que habia pasado la noche en ese
I el lient
1xt a o ar. n craealidadcit
noche habia sido muy fria. El ob-
servatorio de Balboa Hei hts marc6
8
una temperature de 720F o 21.60 '
a a a
Ahora, el amigo Coode tiene dos
problems: Encontrar un mechnico
al que pueda convencer de que le
arregle el auto y el otro, ver c6mo
se quita la mala suerte, torque
dicen que el que mata un gato tiene
7 ailos cle malas,
. ,
James Dowlin, de la Secei6n de
Cuentas por Pagar v por Cobrar de

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iteros debido a su magnifico don
de genes y constant buen humor.
.......e earseeers etc.,-t.-
cipal de Dowlin. Descle un princi-
pio, se ha dist:nguido por su inte-
r6s en aprender todos los trabajos
del departamento, al extreme que


.


Normeno I. Bailey, capataz pulidor de cemento, de la


con agua. Aunque el empleado dijo
que se sentia bien los ojos, Bailey
insisti6 en que hiciera un infonne
del accident y viera a un medico.
El empleado afectado sigui6 el
consejo de Bailey y fue a ver al
medico que 10 atendi6 y le sac6 un
fragment de otro material que es-
taba debajo clel pirpado. El infonne
del m6dico hizo notar que el em-
pleado probablemente hubiese per-
clido la vista si no hublera sido por
el nipido y adecuado tratamiento
proporcionado por Bailey.


beneficio tangible se calcula en
$935 al afio.
Premios por $25 fueron dados a
Ren6 Cuti6rrez, del vapor Cristd-
bal; Maurice w. Sherry, Jr. y Fre-

N14e n ilent Ndee e 16nh 1
de la Divisi6n de Tarifas y Presu-
puesto; Louise E. Criffon, del Hos-
pital de Coco Solo; y Robert A.
Sheppard, de la Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas.
Veintitr6s empleados recibieron
premios de $15. Ellos son: Terrence
A. Layne, de la Divisi6n de Bom-
beros; Joseph A. Plaisance, de la
Division de Esclusas; Frank V.
Kerley, de la Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n; Mary N. Sanders, de la Divi-

(n see Ken s3tg
Albert D. Jones y Heliodoro Con-

z rd e nhe v ibilede Aba
de Navegaci6n; Jolie A. Seeley y
Bertha I. Frensley, de la Contralo-
ria; Lois S. Andress, de la Oficina
Central de Empleos; Dennis A.
Gilbert, de la Divisi6n de Navega-
cion (dos premise); Richard Swear.
ingen, de la Divisi6n de Electrici.
dad; Wilfred R. Morris, de la D:vi-
si6n de Abastos; Cardinal E. Hus-
band y Herbert E. Daniel, de la
Division de Dragado; Peter N.
Riley, de la Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n: Paul L. Smith y Donald C.
Vose, de la Divisi6n de Esclusas;
Marjorie P. Peake, de la Divisi6n
cle Policia; Fitzgerald Barnes, de la
Division de Servicios Administrati-
vos; Allie B. Holden, de la Divisi6n
de Dragado; y Ernesto W. Oliver,
de la Oficina de Seguridad Interna,


Premios de estimulo por un total
cle $860 fueron otorgac10s esta se-
mana a 32 empleados del Canal
que prestan servicios en ambos
lados del Istmo, en Nueva Orleans

!beboraddoorde va oxLeChr deb e
los premios a los ernpleados del
sector Pacifico en su despacho, el
naartes, mientras que el Capit6n
Axton T. Jones, Director de Trans-
porte y Terminales, entreg6 los pre-
mios cle los del sector Athintico, el
pasado mibrcoles 30 de Julio.
Dos empleados recibieron pre-
inios por $125. Elbert F. Ridge, de
la Division de Terminales, recibi6
reconocimiento por su sugerencin
de instalar salidas extras de gaso-
no annate el uneje)xe


alsonmdo e ae a iolqinoejs ocnacua
la dard esta sugerencia es de $2.000
al afio'
El otro premio de $125 fue otor-
gado a Teonilcla I. de Pefia, de la
Division de Servicios Admin stra-
tivos, por haber sugerido un meto-
do para calcular los costs de tra-
bajos specializes en la Imprenta del
Canal. Los beneficios tangibles en
este caso se calculan en $2.100 al
alio.
Un premic de $100 fue otorgado
a BArbara A. Head, de la Divisi6n
de Transporte Maritimo en Nueva
Orleans, por sugerir la aceleraci6n
del desembarco de los pasaferos
del Crisidbal por medio del uso de
un letrero portatil can la lista de
los documents que necesitan. El


i
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Sobre el scenario del Teatro en Circulo, famoso ya por sus 6xitos teatrales,
se presentarA del 12 al 25 de agosto, en conmemoraci6n del 4509 aniver-
sario de la ciudad de Panama, la graciosa farsa de Federico Garcia Lorea,
"La Zapatera Prodigiosa". Marcel de Endara, al centre, encarna con
gracia y donaire a la encantadora zapatera, compartiendo los honored este-
lares con Tito N6fiez, cuya interpretacion del zapatero serd impeccable.
Dirige la obra con gran acierto, Dionis Vega, secundado por Norita Scott
Pezet. Colaboran con so talent a dar mayor realce a la produccibn, la
celebrada bailarina Norma Morales, el primer bailarin y core6grafo Julio
Arauz y un destacado grupo de sus alumnos. De derecha a izquierds obscr-
vamos a: Norma Morales, Tito Nuiiez, Julio Arauz, Marcela Endara, Dorita
Henriquez, Cecelita Garcia, Roberto Henriquez, Norita Scott Pezet y Mario
Mezquits. Para reservaciones Hame al 23-3376, PanamA. Para la funci6n
del 16 de agosto, a beneficio de los niiios de lento aprendizaje, Ilame a los
tel6fonos 24-4379 y 23-7195, Panamb. El valor del boleto es de $2.


, . -*
.


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:-.. . .


aptcts Accion Salve vista


Sera Mariana

El Baile de

BLOS

Se consider ya un tremendo
exito el gran baile que tendril lu-
gar manana, sAbado 9 de agosto,
en el Sky Room del Edificio Mas6-
nico de Crist6bal, patrocinado por
el Comity Latinoamericano de
Becas.
El Baile de las Becas, como se le
ha llamado, comenzard alas 8 p.m.
y sent amenizado por la famosa
orquesta del Maestro Willie Moro,
que acaba de regresar de los Esta-
dos Unidos, luego de una serie de
exitosas presentaciones.





Espailol, ingl6s y contabilidad
fueron los mais populares entre los
cursos escogidos por empleados del
Canal que se han matriculado de
acuerdo con el Programa de Re-
embolso de Matricula durante el
afia fiscal de 1969. Un total de 58
cursos different fueron aprobados
habi6ndose matriculado en 44 cur-
sos cindadanos estadounidenses,
inientras que otros empleados no
ciudadanos de Estados Unidos 10
hicieron en 39 cursos.
Se aprob6 para devoluci6n de ma-

kg g
IVieZClafOR 8


Los Tenistes
g g
n OS UOD CS
La primer parte de los events
intercolegiales de las Eseuelas La-
tinoamericanas finalize el viernes 25
de julio en Paraiso con partidos de
doubles en el tenis, en los cuales se
mezclaron los jugadores de los
equipos de Paraiso y Rainbow City.
En dichos partidos se registraron
los siguientes resultados:
Cabriel Villeda y Damel Burgess
vencieron a Eduardo williams y
Armando Hartley por 6-2; Carmen
Labalsa y Diana Escobar superaron
a Marcia Callomn y Ulina Dyer por
6-2; Gustavo Batista y Eduardo
Williams batieron a Jaime Aguilar
y Gabriel Villeda por 6-1; M6nica
Rowe y Rosa Wallace derrotaron a
Maria Escobar y Mary Sinclair por
6-1; Victor Roberts y Gabriel Ville-
da vencieron a Victor Naar y Eduar-
do Williams por 7-5; y la pareja de
Vera Gibbons y M6nica Rowe, su-
per6 a Amelia Josephs y Ulina
Dyer por 6-3.


Se Jubilaron 20 Empleados del Canal ..


tricula un total de 369 cursos hom-
bre, de los cuales 286 fueron ter-
minados con 6xito, a un costo de
$13.780.25. Esta cantidacl incluy6
$7.411.00 pagados en matriculas en
la Universidad de La Florida,
$3.877.50 en la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal, y $2.491.75 en
otras escuelas.
Por cada curso que un empleado
terminal se acredita un curso hom-
bre a su direcei6n. La Direcci6n de
Asuntos Civiles estuvo de primer

ceon 111 trsos hombre terminados,
Di n de a ina no it
De los 286 cursos hombre com-
pletados, 126 fueron tomados en la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal,
122enlaUniversidaddeLaFlori-
cla, y 38 en otras escuelas de Pana-
met y la Zona del Canal. Hubo 28

soi ni jlese3so "iansidoen
cia y se terminaron dos de esos
curses por los que se pag6 $99.50.
La Direcei6n de Personal ha re-
comendado que para proporcionar
el mejor servicio a los empleados
los directors, jefes de divisions y
de unidades independents deben
exhorter a los empleados a que se
matriculen en cursos que les ayu-
den directamente a desempeilar
niejor su trabajo; a que traten de
terminal sus cursos exitosamente;
que envien rtipidamente sus solici-
tudes para devoluci6n de matricula
al terminal un curso, y notifiquen
inmediatamente a la Unidad de
Capacitaci6n de Empleados, de la
Direcei6n cle Personal, en caso de
que fracasen o dejen el curso.


ParalSO Vencio
,
A Rainbow City

En Futbol 2-1
En los events deportivos inter-
colegiales celebrados el 25 de julio
en Paraiso, el onceno de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso superb al de
Rainbow City por 2 goles a 1.
Los goles fueron anotados por
Carlos Stennett y Mauricio Daniels,
cle Paraiso, mientras que Melvyn
Roberts logr6 el t'mico tanto de
Rainbow City al cobra con 6xito
un penal.


Nueva Oportunidad Para Empleados de Navegaci6n...


SPILLWAY D)EL CANAL D)E PANAMA


Pigina 4


Agosto 8, 1969


Lles6 Nnevo

Director del


Hospital Gorses
El Colonel Robert W. Green, re-
cientemente nombrado Director del
Hospital Corgas para suceder al
Colonel Lawrence M. Jackson, Jr.,
Ileg6 al Istmo cl 3 de agosto para
hacerse cargo de so nueva posici6n.
(Foto en la seeci6n inglesa.)
El Colonel Jackson, quxen per-
maneci6 en el Istmo desde 1965,
parti6 de la Zona del Canal el 7 de
Julio para el Kenner Army Hospital
en Fuerte Lee, Virginia, donde sent
Cirujano del Puesto.
El Colonel Green se uni6 al ejbr
cito en 1940 y sirvi6 can la la Divi-
si6n de Infanteria en Africa, Sicilia
y Europa durante la II Cuerra Mun-
dial. Despubs de la guerra termin6
sus studios de medicine y regress
al servicio active con el ej4rcito para
servir su internado y residential en
el Hospital Walter Reed del Ejbr-
cito en Washington, D.C.
Es diplomado de la Junta Ame-
ricana de Medicina Interna y miem-
bro de la Sociedad Honoraria Alpha
Omega Alpha. Ostenta la Estrella
de Plata, la Medalla Comendatoria
con el Primer Ramo de Hojas de
Roble del Ef6rcito y la Estrella de
Bronce con dos Ramos de Hojas de
Roble.
Lleg6 acompatiado por su espo-
sa, cuyo nombre de soltera era Ali-
cia M. Leeney, de Iowa City, Iowa.
Tienen cuatro hijos.


Despubs de mis de 40 anos de
servicio con la empress del Canal
de PanamA, acaba de jubilarse Ber-
tram I. Walters, subjefe oficinista
(mecanagrafia) en la Divisi6n de
if Almacenes en el sector Athintico.
Bertram inici6 su carrera en el
Canal de Panamti como mensajero
en la Divisi6n de Almacenes en
1929 y fue ascendiendo hasta llegar
a la posici6n en que fue jubilado
el mes pasado.
Ha siclo y es muy popular en la
Costa AtlAntica en donde se le co-
noce como "Jimmy" o "Bert". Siem-
pre satisfizo a sus clients, especial-
mente cuando no habia en existen-
cia algAn articulo y tenia que pe-
clirlob a Beaslibd casi toda su vida en

la Zona del Canal, comenzando en
el viejo edificio de 12 families
N9 6013 en Silver City y hasta hace
poco residi6 en un apartamiento de
dos recAmaras en Rainbow City.
Fue un secretario muy efficient
de la Junta de Educaci6n y Recrea-
ci6n del Consejo Civico de Rain-
bow City y ademis es una autori-
dad en la anotaci6n del belsbol, 10
cual ha hecho durante muchos ailos
en la Liga Infantil de Margarita y
icio con las ligas de Rainbow City.
a, Sub- Bert esti casado con quien de
rist6bal' soltera fuera Enid Tempro, de
anos de Silver City, quien actu6 en varies
dustrial


obras de la iglesia y gan6 la ala-
banza de muchos que la vieron.
Son los padres de cuatro hijas que
resident actualmente en los Estados
Unidos, y un var6n-Buddy-quien
viaj6 con sus padres a su nueva re-
sidencia en los Estados Unidos.
Los comparteros de trabajo de
Bert le hicieron una magnifica fiesta
de despedida el 25 de julio riltimo
en el Almacbn de Crist6bal.
Joseph White, Jefe de la Divi-
si6n de Almacenes, quien era sub-
director interior de la Direcei6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, en-
cabez6 a los invitados que asistieron
a la fiesta. Muchos regales fueron
entregados a Bert ya so esposa.
Una de las cosas mencionadas
durante la fiesta fue que Bert cant6
en una estaci6n de radio colonense
durante mucho tempo.
Bert recibi6 hace unos 2 ailos un
aumento por calidad superior de
trabajo, y tambi&n recibi6 un pre-
mio de servicio superior por $150
el 31 de julio 61timo, su Altimo dia
de trabajo.
Ha sido miembro active de la
Iglesia Episcopal de Santa Maria
la Virgen, de Rainbow City, y su
tesorero durante los 61timos 4 aiios.
Parti6 el martes con su esposa y
su hijo hacia Brooklyn, Nueva York
donde residir:in en el future.


'


s .


,


Con motive de su jubilaci6n, despubs de mis de 40 afios de serv
la empresa del Canal de PanamA, Bertram I. Walters, a la derech
jefe Oficinista (Mecanograffa), de la Divisi6n de Almacenes en C
recibi6 un regalo de la Liga Infantil de Beisbol de Margarita, de m
Vincent D. Ridge, Jefe del Taller de Carpinteria de la Divisi6n In
en Mount Hope.


Los campeones de la Liga de
Beisbol Juvenil cle la Legi6n Ame-
ricana en la Zona del Canal en
1969 partirtin hacia Fort Lauder-
dale, Florida, el 16 de este mes en
donde jugartin tres partidos de prtic-
tica can el equipo de la Escuela de
Beisbol de Lauderdale antes de
competir en los "playoffs" del Cant-
peonato Regional del Sureste de
Estados Unidos en West Paint
Beach, el 19 de agosto-
Este ailo, el e o de la Zona
del Canal formarTipparte de la re-
gi6n tres que consist de seis Esta-
dos ademais del equipo anfitri6n de
West Palm Beach. Si el equipo
gana el Campeonato Regional, irti
a la Serie Mundial de.1a Legi6n
Americana en Hastings, Nebraska'
sefialada para celebrarse del 28 de
agosto al 2 de septiembre.
El equipo de la Zona del Canal
estA integrado por Leslie Blumberg,
Glenn Burdick, Harry Carey, Ed-


gar DeJestis, Tom Engelke, Neil
Frauenheim, Carlos y Vlad Lam-
pas, Jim Ridge, Dave Robertson,
Mare Stock, Henry y Ronnie Swann,
Allen Valentine y Jerry Weigle. El
coach del equipo es el Sargento
Mayor Henry Swann, de la Base de
la Fuerza A6rea de Albrook, y el
director es Zelig Blumberg, de la
Oficina del Ingeniero del Puesto-
El equipo, que represents tanto
alas comunidades civiles como mi-
litares de la Zona del Canal, ha
jugado en la Liga de Beisbol de
Barraza en PanamA durante las Alti-
inas 6 semanas y tiene una marea
de 8 victorias y 6 derrotas.


Exhibir6n Modelo...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
tos en espaiiol e ingl6s que ofrecen
informaci6n sobre la construcci6n
del Canal, sus operaciones actuales
y possible planes para el future.


Gaspar Garcia de Paredes, Subjefe
Oficinista, Divisi6n de Almace-
nes, sector Pacifico: 49 ailos, 10

E war7J.8Gr Operatio de Lan-
cha Motora, Divisidu de Nave-
gaci6n, sector Athintico: 26 ailos
5 15 di >
Enri u L6peazs. Primer Capataz
Estibador (Barcos), Divisi6n de
Terminales, sector Athintico: 28
alios, 9 meses, 4 dias.
Gregorio Martinez Lubricador
(Planta de Equipo Flotante), Di
vision de Dragado, sector Paci-
fico: 30 afios, 5 dias.
Robert M. Merrill, Capataz Opera
rio de Esclusas (Meetinico Tor-

17ej s t diPacifico: 19 ailos,
Francisco MorAn, Mozo de Oficios
(Hospital), Hospital de Coco Solo
sector Athintico: 19 anos, 3 nie'
ses, I dia
Tomas Orantes, Carnicem, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, sector Pacifico:
26 alios, 11 mescs, 17 dias,
Raphael T. Price, Subjefe Auxiliar
Midico (Ambulancia), Hospital
Corgas, sector Pacifico: 50 anos,
5 meses, 3 dias.


Darnley G. Rawlins, Lubricador, Di-
visi6n de Esclusas, sector Atlain-
tico: 30 ailos, 3 meses, 18 dias.
Samuel J. ilcottbTrabag ula cle La-

de Abast p tor Pacifi -
vi7sid" 8 os,2see co.
ailos, meses, as.
Richard K. Soyster, Policia Raso,
Division de Policia, sector Atlin-
tico: 26 ailos, 8 meses, 4 dias.
Srta. Coral A. Stickler, Enfermera
Jefa (Clinica), Hospital Corgas,
sector Pacifico: 30 ailos, I mes,
23 dias.
Dean I. Studebaker, Capataz Ge-
neral (Jefe de Estibadores), Di-
visi6n de Terminales, sector
At stico: 27 anos, 11 meses, 19

Bertram I. Walters, Subjefe Ofici-
nista (Mecanografia), Divisi6n de
Almacenes, sector Athintico: 40
ni50s, 2 meses, 25 dias.
Percival Warburton, Panadero, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, sector Athin-
tico: 27 a50s, 2 meses, 4 dias.
Arthur J. Wynne, Encargado de
Contabilidad, Contaduria, Ofici-
na de Nueva Orleans: 28 ai50s,
8 meses, 22 clias.


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
gundo y Primer Oficial de Embar
caciones a Motor en aguas de la
Zona del Canal, el empleado podni
hacer su solicited para pasar los
excimenes de Capitin de Naves a
Vapor y Motor de no mais de 1.500
toneladas gruesas y serd eligible
para ser ascendido a Capittin de
Remolcador (F. E. 13).


Los empleados que Ilenen los re-
quisitos bAsicos deberin entregar el
Formulario 443 de Solicitud de
Traslado antes del 22 de agosto.
Para mayor informaci6n se puede
llamar a Orlando Sena, Ayudante
en T4cnicas de Personal, tel6fono
2-1221, 0 al Capitin H. Buebler,
Ayudante del Capitin del Puerto
de Balboa, tel6fono 2-2965.


Bertram VWalters se .1ubile


I~t


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El Canal Paga los Estudios


60nradoenel60rgas...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

""rt'"""""""""- -'-
Despu6s de la ceremoma se sir-
vieron refrescos que fueron costea-
dos por los compaileros de trabajo
de Price. .
Price, era Subjefe Auxiliar Mb-
dico (Ambulancias) en el Hospital
Corgas y tanto los empleados que
trabajaban bajo sus 6rdenes inme-
diatas, como el resto del personal
y public en general, 10 apreciaban
en alto grado, debicl0 a so corree-
ci6n y gentileza, tradicionales en
61, durante mais de 40 ailos en que
sirvi6 en la Direcei6n de Salubridad
y los 22 ailos que perteneci6 al per-
sonal del Hospital Corgas.
Price naci6 en Jamaica, el 29 de
julio de 1899. Lleg6 al Istmo en
1903. Su primer empleo can el

Z"""'s:nesdi embe des o cu:
$42.50 mensuales. Desde entonces
ha trabajado como almacenero, con-
ductor de autom6viles, despachador
de veluculos a motor y capataz de
conductors de ambulance, ademis
de su actual posici6n. En todas las
posiciones que ha ocupado se ha
distinguido por el cumplimiento
perfect de sus deberes y por la
mantra en que se ha llevado con
sus companies y superiores.
El 27 de junio de 1927, Price
contrajo matrimonio con su esposa,
Iris, can la que tuvo cuatro hijos,
todos los cuales son ya adults.
Price se jubil6 al dia siguiente
de la ceremonial en que se le honr6
por sus 50 ailos de servicios, pero
habia estaclo pensando en ese dia
desde mucho antes. Se compr6 hace
unos ailos im terreno en la pobla-
ci6n de Chilibre doncle se edific6
una casita que ha ido arreglando
poco a poco, y alli es donde irti a re-
sidir abora que estti gozando de su
jubilaci6n. Su asposa se ha encar-
gado de embellecorla can las flores
que ha plantado alrededor.


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