Conquistador

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Title:
Conquistador
Uniform Title:
Conquistador (Canal Zone Junior College)
Physical Description:
Serial
Language:
English
Creator:
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone College
Publisher:
Conquistador Staff
Place of Publication:
Balboa Canal Zone
Balboa Canal Zone
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
1972
Frequency:
annual
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
School yearbooks -- Panama -- Balboa   ( lcsh )
Genre:
School yearbooks   ( lcsh )
serial   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
Canal Zone Junior College.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with: 1936.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with: 1972.
Issuing Body:
Student yearbook of the Canal Zone Junior College from 1936 to 1963, and the Canal Zone College from 1964 to 1972.
General Note:
Description based on: 1936; title from cover.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1972.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561
System ID:
UF00095973:00026


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Time will go on .. the class of '60 will disperse
Another class will graduate . still another will rehearse
Each will cast its shadow and take some memory
Of rain and sun, parties and fun,
Of people and places, and long-ago faces
And the Canal Zone Junior College
Across the Caribbean Sea.


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Marjorie Smith

ASSOCIATED EDITOR
Arlene Baxter
Eileen Damerau
BUSINESS MANAGER
Maxine Conover

FACULTY ADVISOR
Dr. Dorothy Moody

FINANCIAL ADVISOR
Mr. James A. Lyons

STAFF

Thomas Ashton
Marcel Belanger
Barbara Bishop
Barbara Blight
Marta De la Rosa
Joel Esslinger
Maria Fernandez
William Fullman
Edna Gerhardt
Sylvia Johansson


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Barbara Phillips
Dorothy Rose
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/Dedica lion


To you, Mr. Lee,


your interest in your students,
your limitless devotion your time,
your sincere guidance in our work,
your helpfulness and patience sublime,
inspiring a closer look at nature
an interest in tropical growth,


being a


perfect combination


a teacher and friend -


We, the Class of 1960,
Dedicate this CONQUISTADOR TO YOU.































DOROTHY MOODY


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Thirty


to forty


Johnson County,


Kansas


Dean of Women


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English
B.A., University of Kansas
M.A., Yale University
Ph.D., Yale University


years hence


viduals who are now of approximately


your
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age will occupy many important
s in American life. Some will


tate


United


governors


States


Senators,


legislators,
Representa-


tives, and cabinet members, generals,
admirals, and more than likely pres-


ident.


writers,


Others


scientists,


,1 be well-known
inventors, lawyers,


doctors, engineers, and college profes-
sors and administrators. Still others


will be outstanding


world. They
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have been "bo
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them.


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greatness.
"what it


in the business


will be your contempo-


uSt
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as they are, all un-


today.


rn great"


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and still fewer


"greatness thrust upon
all will have "achieved


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takes


their number.


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may well be among
"What it takes" is a


phrase


uncertain


meaning,


there will be general agreement that
it comprehends these simple ingredi-
ents, each of which is within the reach


of everybody:
Getting started;


1. Setting a goal; 2.
3. Pushing ahead: and


4. Staying on the track.


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Peru, New York


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Pittsburg, Kansas

Music


B.S.. Kansas State


CHARLES R. ROWEN


Teacher's College


M.A., Columbia University


Logan, Ohio


CALMAR A. BATALDEN
Lamberton, Minnesota


History and Social Science
B.S., Baldwin Wallace College
M.S., Ohio State University


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M.B.S.,


M. S.,


Bradley University


Pennsylvania State Univ.


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Elmira Heights, New York


FRANCIS WINBORN GURNEY
Blue Mountain, Mississippi
Music
B.M., Mississippi Southern Col.
M.M., Univ. of Michigan


Commercial


B.S., New


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Yanceville,


S. C.


Mathematics


A.B., Duke Univ.
M.A., Columbia Univ.


SHIRLEY HASELDEN
Orlando, Florida


French
A.B., Wesleyan College
M.A., Univ. of Florida


ROCHELLE H. HEAD
Orlando, Florida


Office Secretary


A.A., Canal Zone


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Norman,


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PATRICIA A. LEHMAN
Aurora, Illinois


Speech and Drama
B.F.A., Univ. of Oklahoma
B.A., Univ. of Oklahoma
M.A., Univ. of Oklahoma


Physical Education


B.S., N.W


GEORGE O. LEE
Minneapolis, Minnesota


B.S., N.W. Mo.


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Panama, R. of P.


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Brooklyn, New York


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Colon, R. of P.


JAMES EDWARD BENSON
Adrian, Michigan


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Bishop, California


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Gary, Minnesota



























MARTA DE LA ROSA P.
Panama, R. of P.


RANDALL LLOYD DEAKINS
Colon, R. of P.


EILEEN MAE DAMERAU
Panama, R. of P.


MARIA ISABEL FERNANDEZ
San Juan, Puerto Rico


JAMES FARRELL
Athens, Greece



























ANDREA PEYTON FRANGIONI
Ancon, C. Z.


WILLIAM GEORGE FULLMAN
Ancon, C. Z.


WILLIAM HUGH GIBSON
Colon. R. of P.


CAROLYN ADRIEN GOMBERG
Newport, Rhode Island


DARELL C GREENE
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Panama, R. of P.


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Conway, South Carolina


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Ancon, C.


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Panama, R. of P.


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Gothenburg, Sweden


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Colon, R. of P.


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Guayaquil, Ecuador


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Ancon, C. Z.


FRANCES PAIGE
Colon, R. of P.


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MARJORIE ANN SMITH


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Long Island, New York


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Moscow, Idaho


JOHN ALVIN WILLOUGHBY
Denver, Colorado


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MRS. RUTH ADAMS

EUGENE BURCH

ROBERT HARRELL


JOHN HUNT


CHARLES MARSHALL LAATZ


GEORGE NOVEY


ALWYN SPRAGUE


BENJAMIN L.


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We can scarcely hate anyone that
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"Bill"


The reward of a thing well done
is to have done it.


"Bill"

But most he loved a happy human


"Penny"

No lot is happy on all sides.


'Dee"
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CLASS PROPHECY

Thirty years and more have gone;
JC's on the moon with a crater-laden lawn.
As we step from our rockets and atomic powered cars,
We see in the distance the moon's MANNIX Milk Bars.
Their prosperous owner, JOHN, joins us of course
And we ride through the air on BISHOP'S moon-bred horse.
BARBARA, it seems has changed her name; nevertheless, her horses are
of worldly fame.
To the right and below us we spot DARELL GREENE,
A famous geologist-electrician, inventor of an electrical stone-locator machine.
We enter a building and there on the stage
Leading the Moon's Rockettes is famous FRANCIS PAIGE.
HOWI ADAMS is mistress of ceremonies for her nightly show;
Performances like "I Was a JC Cheerleader" have made her famous, you know!!!
As these two theatrical queens join us and autograph seekers -
We meet the man of every Martian woman's dreams ..
Yes aged but good-looking and rich HARRY KEEPERS.
From HARRY we learn and much to our surprise-
That JACK WILLOUGHBY eloped with a billionaires,
Then found she was a Martian pauper in disguise!!!
But JACK has a plan for Christmas he'll give her away.
What will the recipient BILL GIBSON say?
BILL knew we were coming to Mars, but he couldn't get away.
He's coaching Big League, Little League and Women's League
As a hobby of course . he's doing okay!!!
In the town's central area leaflets rain through the air
'The symbol of Martian honesty is a full head of hair.
BRUCE PERRY bought a wig; elect him for mayor!!!"
The slogan, we decided, wouldn't help him win the fight,
But a few light hours later proved Mayor PERRY did all right!
In fact he presented the key of the city that very night.
Yes, JACK WHITMAN walked off that platform a very proud soul
His outstanding work in science (African fruit flies) has helped him reach his goal.
That night as we attend Mars' Concert Hall (Presenting only the most famous stars)
Three women are applauded by the populations of Earth, Venus, and Mars.
FAIRLEE SKINNER, DOROTHY ROSE, and EILEEN DAMERAU sing
Their own versions of hits of the 1900's.
After sleeping well on BECKLEY-FRANGIONI cloud-rest mattresses,
And shopping through numerous GEORGE NOVEY stores,
We take a short trip to the Martian Canal Shores.
Skin diving equipment we rent from JAMES "Flipper' FARRELL -
By the way, we've been joined by comedian ROBERT HARRELL -
We listen to a lecture on techniques and fear, and RONALD JOHANSSON -
Famous for Farrell-Johansson universal skin-diving clubs -
Guides us through the canals and helps us off with the gear.
JOEL ESSLINGER'S Special, an atomic saucer-shaped vehicle,
Brings us back to the city where we see
Wealthy ALWYN SPRAGUE painting a 5,000 ft. mural.
On the side of the M. A C. E. (Martian Art Center Edifice.)
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HENRY ADAMS, master linguist and M. L. C. president.
Explains how he deciphers Stone Age messages sent.


How can that be, you ask?


It's quite easy, for you


see . .


JOHN HUNTS "Time Machine


" is down in Modern History!!


Our last night in Mars was thrillingly spent
In MARCEL BELANGER'S exotic restaurant.
WILLIAM FULLMAN, the earth's roving reporter, joined our merry clan


As from the window we


see MARIA FERNANDEZ in her diplomat's sedan.


They weren't the only officials to honor our JC group


For LAURELI used-to-be


- BUTTERS came in with her General's troop -


On the arm of her General, of course!!!


GARY


ALEXANDER joined us only moments ago.


He started an empire in southern Mars and is dictator there, you know!!
Unfortunately, EUGENE BURCH and GEORGE TRIMBLE were left to
guard his domain;
But both are celebrated athletic stars with millions in money and nothing to do.


Senoritas


. cuidado!


Our convivial gang was interrupted only for one moment;


Someone was paging CAROLYN GOMBERG


- a prominent Martian gent!!


ARLENE BAXTER came in with her husband we won't divulge who


But both are celebrated athletic


stars with millions in money and nothing to do.


We were about to leave; it was three in the morn,
When who should arrive blowing a New Year horn BEN THOMAS
He pulled bills from his pockets, threw them high in the air .


Yes, rich with RANDY DEAKINS


- they discovered synthetic hair.


Hmm, Bruce is now mayor . pretty good wigs, no?
Six o'clock rolled around; the sun shone bright.
Some of us had to think about getting back to earth especially BARBARA BLIGHT.
Things just wouldn't run right in Washington if the first woman president
weren't near,
Although capable DIANNE HUTCHISON, U. N. Secretary could keep
the meetings in gear.
Seven o'clock rolled around and most of us were on our feet,


BURTON MEAD, however, stares at a photo of Gladys


- he wants nothing to eat.


We leave him to his dreaming and race down the hotel's hall


Where we


see Universal Beauty MADGE SMITH'S photos spread from wall to wall!!


She's wealthy of course from victorious winnings


as this,


So now she spends her time in complete marital bliss!
While on the subject of bliss, this is opportune to say
The ex-LINDA PEARL is happy to this day (and her husband, obviously.)
With our stomach's finally filled and our baggage tightly packed
We think of home and earth as the atomic rocket ship busily clacks.


We whiz past several new planets


- ERNESTO' SHARP bought the largest one.


He published a statement, not long ago, that he was really having fun!
Several light hours later we spot a speck of red and green
No, it isn't Christmas, it's CHARLES VOELKER'S transportable Hairy Queen.
The trip is over; we thank the pilots FRED HARLEY and VICTOR AVILA and depart.
Only one trouble is present the entire trip


"Rent now and pay later" . that's how we got the ship!!
We'll probably be paying 'til we're withered and gray








MARY LOU TILTON is signing her new hit book


"1000 Ways To Discourage Bores.


CHARLES LAATZ has started a new film contract being producer, manager, and star


a new series


of Huckelberi Flinn ..


His next movie will be a take off on Laddie and Tin Rin Rin.
(You'd be surprised at the money he's making)


MAXINE CONOVER


is a business


tycooness


S. in New York advertising no less!


As for SYLVIA JOHANSSON we'll let you


- all of you


guess.


Hint:


"The earth is square; the moon


is round ..


. my pad is on the moon . to the


moon . to the moon!!!!!"


-SEJ.





COLLEGE ACTIVITIES CALENDAR


SEPTEMBER-
4 Welcome Assembly
8 Election of Class Officers
9 Election of Student
Association Officers


Faculty Beach Party
Football Jamboree
Phi Theta Kappa Closed
Initiation


OCTOBER-
14 Coffee Party
22 Delta Psi Omega Pledging
28 Dramatics Class Assembly


Football
Girls Basketball


NOVEMBER--
10 Sock Hop
12 Delta Psi Omega Initiation
19 Phi Theta Kappa Founders
Day Dinner


FEBRUARY-
13 College Picnic
26 Assembly Phi Theta Kappa
Initiation
26 Track Meet


Girls Volleyball
Baseball
Tennis


MARCH-


College Play
Swimming Party

Balboa Relays
Track
Tennis
Boys Basketball


APRIL-
8
20


Girls Basketball


DECEMBER--
15 Dedication of Activities Building
18 Christmas Dance Elks Club
20 Delta Psi Omega Christmas Dinner
23 Coffee Party


Spring Dance
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Dinner
Delta Psi Omega Initiation


Boys' Basketball
Golf, Swimming


MAY-


Baseball


JANUARY--
13 Coffee Party
23 End of First Semester


Baseball
Bowling


Dramatics Banquet
Speech Assembly
Freshman-Sophomore Banquet
Baccalaureate
Commencement Day


Boys Basketball
Swimming


and --


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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
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SECRETARY ................................................................................... Barbara Jean Phillips
TREASURER ...........-.... ................ ......... .......... .. .................-.. ............... .. Joe Reynolds
CLASS ADVISOR ...................................................................................... M r. Turbyfill


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Stachton, California


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Ancon, C. Z.


PATRICIA GALE ALEXANDER


Memphis,


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Colon, R. of P.


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Ancon, C. Z.


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Columbia,


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RUTH MARGARET BROWN


Ancon,


MARY ELIZABETH CHASE
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Colon, R. of P.


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JEAN COVAIRT
"Robbi"


Spangler, Pennsylvania


SILVIA ESTHER CRUZ
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Ancon, C. Z.


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Ancon, C. Z.


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Ancon, C.


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Jersey City, N. J.


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Panama, R. of P.


BETH ELAINE HEILMAN


Ancon, C.


MARTIN HERNANDEZ
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Caguas, Puerto Rico


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ANNE HINKLE


Panama, R. of P.


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Houston, Texas


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Los Angeles, Calif.


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Albuquerque, New Mexico


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Worcester, Mass.


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Little Rock, Arkansas


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Toccoa, Georgia


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Panama, R. of P.


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Honolulu, Hawaii


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Ancon, C. Z.


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Panama, R. of P.


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Mexico, Missouri


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Youngstown, Ohio


LOUIS EDWARD SPRAUVE
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Gatun, C. Z.


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LORRAINE


STANCOOK


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Governors Island, N.


JEAN STEVENS


Ancon, C. Z.


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Ancon, C. Z.


ALICE


JEAN TABER
"Alice"


Colon, R. of P.


RICHARD ROGER SWALM


"Richie"
Ancon, C.


STUDENTS NOT PICTURED
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THOMAS GAREY ASHTON

LUIS WITFIELD BATEMAN


JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON

REDUS WILLIAM HARRELL


ALAN PETERSON

DAVID ALLEN REDMOND


ROBERT BEST
BILLIE BRUHN


FRANK WILLIAM CORRIGAN
PETER TIERNAN CORRIGAN

DANIEL ALBERT DESLONDES
RAYMOND ENGLE

BARBARA GEGG


ORRIN HEWES


RICHARD


JOHNSON


WILLIAM C. KIRKLAND
FRANK RAYMOND LEVES

KAREN MAGNUSON
JAMES MORENO
CLARA LOUISE PERCY


JAMES


JOSEPH REYNOLDS


FRED ROBINSON


MAXWELL SHELDON SANDERS

LANE ALLEN THOMPSON
DALE ALAN TURNER
ROBERT JOHN WALLACE
JOSEPH HENRY WHITE





JUNIOR COLLEGE SONG

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Music by
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS


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VICE-PRESIDENT
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junction with the Canal Zone College-Community
Chorus. This year two major works, Brahms' "Ger-
man Recuiem" and Mendelssohn's "Hvmn of Praise."


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Dottie Rose


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Science


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sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.


Lee. Its members include those students enrolled in Field Biology and any other


George
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meetings,


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BOTTOM ROW, L.


to R.: Mr. Lee,


Sam Ashley, Frank


Corrigan.


ROW, L.


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Lacy Hinkle


Sandra McKay,


Sylvia Johansson, Sandra Jones,


Dottie


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advisor, while Mr. James Lyons takes charge of financial matters.


CONQUISTADOR STAFF

BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Marjorie Smith, Sandra Jones, Peggy Morgan, Dottie Rose,
Maria Fernandez, Marta De La Rosa. TOP ROW, L. to R.: Bill Fullman, Maxine Con-
over, Joel Esslinger, Marcel Belanger, Arlene Baxter, Barbara Jean Phillips, Bobbie Blight,
Sylvia Johansson, Eileen Damerau, Ruth Brown, Edna Gerhart.


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Sylvia Johansson


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Mr. Lyons and Dr. Moody


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The Tropical Collegian is a literary magazine published by students in the Canal
Zone Junior College. It contains articles, short stories, poems, and other selections con-


tribute by the staff and the college faculty.
its literary advisor, Dr. Dorothy Moody.


The staff works under the supervision of


TROPICAL COLLEGIAN STAFF


BOTTOM ROW, L to R.:


Dottie Rose, Rosemari Ruess, Marta De La Rosa, Laureli


Butters, Judith


Stewart.


TOUP ROW, L. to R.:


William Millettu.


Richardson, Carolyn Holgerson, Sylvia Johansson, Darell


Greene.


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PHI THETA KAPPA



Delta Omega is the Canal Zone Junior College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, national
junior college honorary scholastic society. Mr. Subert Turbyfill has been the sponsor


since the Canal Zone branch was founded in 1945.


Ten percent of the total number of


students for the school year may be members of the chapter if they have at least a
average and are carrying fifteen or more credit hours.


First Semester Officers, L. to R.: Rochelle Head, President.


Second Semester Officers, L. to R.:


John Mannix, President.


Eileen


Damerau, Vice-President, Sis Paige, Secretary;


Eileen Damerau,


Vice-President, Sis Paige, Secretary;


Laureli Butters, Treasurer; and Victor Avila-Halphen.


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Jack Willoughby, Lane


1.: Louis Sprauve, Harry Keepers, Tom Ashton, Russ Favorite,
Thompson, Charles Laatz, Ben Thomas, Bill Kirkland, Gene


Burch, Gary Alexander, Dan Jenkins.


TOP ROW, L. to R.:


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Time w ill go o n ... the class o f '60 will di s p e rse Another class w ill g r adua te. s till a n othe r will re h ea rse Each will cas t it s s h a dow a nd t a k e som e m e m o r y O f r a in and SUIl, p arties and fun, O f pe o pl e a nd p laces, a nd l o n g ago f aces And the Ca n a l Z o n e Junior College Across the C aribbean Sea. 1960 c o N o u I s T A o o R t'a ge 1

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around lhe campU6 ...

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EDITOR M arjorie Smir h ASSOCIATED EDITOR Arl e n e B axte r Eil ee n Damerau BUSI ESS MANAGER Maxine Co n ove r FACULTY ADVISOR Dr. D o ro t h y M ood y FINANCIAL A DVI SOR Mr. J ames A Lyon s STAFF Tho m a s A s htOn M a r c el B e lang e r Barb a ra Bi s h o p B a rb a r a Bli g h t M a rta D e I a R osa J oe l Ess lin ge r M aria F ernandez Willi a m Fullm a n E d n a Gerh a r dt Syl v i a J o h a n sso n Jackl y n J o nes M a rgar et Morgan B a rbar a Ph i llip s D o r ot h y R ose Alwyn Spr ague D ale Al a n T urne r

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To you Mr. Lee, For your interest in your scudems, F o r you r l i mitl ess devotion your time F o r your sincere guidance in our work, F o r your helpfulnes s and patience sub li me For inspiring a closer look at narure And an inrer est in {ropica l growt h F or being a perfen combination Of a tea c her and friend -yes, both W e t h e Class of J 960, D e dicate this CONQUI TADOR TO YOU Page 5

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I ;])ean Thirty to forry years hence indio viduals who are n ow of approximately your age will occupy many important places in American life. Some will be State governors and legislacocs United Scates Senators, Represema rives, and cabinet members generals, admirals, and more than likely pres ident. Others will be wellknown writers, sciemisrs, inventors, lawyers doCtors, engineers, and college profes sors a nd administrators. Still Others will b e oU(sranding in the business world. They will be your contempo raries chen JUSt as they are, all unknown ro fame, today. Few will have been "born great" and still fewer will have had "greatness thrust upon them ." Nearly all will have "achieved greawess." Those o f you who have "wha t it takes" may well be among their number. "What it takes" js a phra se of uncertain meaning but there will be general agreemem that it comprehe nd s these simple ingredi. ems, eac h of which is within the reach of evetybody : l. Setting a goal; 2. Getting started: 3. Pushing ahead; and 4. Staying o n the track. Page 7 DOROTHY MOODY J ohnson County, K:ms:1S D':;J.n of \\:'omen English B.A., Unlvuslty of Klnsas M .A . Yl)C: UniverSIty Ph.D . Yl]e UnI\,cmity Dun of Men Commerci;J.] B.S . Nc"" York Uni\'cuit)' ,\-I.A New Y ork Unl\'usit)'

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CALMAR A. BATALDEN Lambenon, MinnesOta Engineering Drawing M .B.S., Br adley University M S., P en n sy lv a nia State Univ. \ STEWART J BROWN Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Physical Education B S., PittSbur g h University M .Ed., PittSburgh University CHA.RLES R ROWEN Logan, Ohio HistOr y and Socia l Science B.S. B a ldwin W allace ColJe,ge M S., Ohio Stare University SHEPARD S CLARK E lm ira H eights, N ew Y o rk Comm ercial B.S., New Y o rk University M .S., N ew Y o rk University NEIL V BRANSTETTER Pittsburg K a nsas Mus ic B.S., Kansas Stale Teachers College M A .. Co lumbi a Unive r sity FRANCI WINBORN GURNEY Blue Mounrain, Mississippi Music B M., Missi ssippi Southern Col. M M., Univ of M iChigan 9

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EDWARD W HATCHEIT Yanceville, S C. M arhemarics A B., Duke Univ M A., Co lumbi a Univ. .. LESTER D HUMMEL Freedom, P en nsylvani a M athematics B .A., Duquesne University 10 M A., Duquesne University SHIRLEY HASELDEN Orlando, Florida French A.B., Wesleyan College M A., Univ. of Flor ida ROCHELLE H HEAD Orlando Florida Offic e Secretary A .A., Canal Zone Jr. Col.

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'\ GEORG E O. L EE M inneapolis, M innesora B io logical Sci e n ces B S., I owa Sta t e COllege A M., Co l umbia V ni v PATR I C I A A LEHMAN Aurora, Illinoi s P h ysica l Educat i o n B.S., N W Mo. St Col. B S., N .W. Mo. St Col. SVBERT TURBYFILL Norman Oklahoma Speech and Dtama B.F A., Vn iv. o f O k l ahoma B A., Vniv of Oklahoma M A., V niv. o f Okl a h oma KE ETH W VINTON F a n du L ac, Wisconsin Phy s ical S c ie n ces A B., Ripo n College A M., Co lumbi a Vriiv. 11

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A gephyrea wirh a fingernail!!!!! W h o's o n assembly sch e d u l e!!! "If you' r e go in g to c heat s i t b y a SMART stude nt Ie's nor impossible I p assed Board o f Trus tees. H m mm, a m a shed cockroach.

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Left to Right: Gary Alexander Barbara Blight Frances Paige Helen Adams. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT ...... .......... VICE PRESIDENT .. SECRETARY ............... ............. TREASURER CLASS ADVISOR Gary Alexander Barbara Blight Frances Paige Helen Adams Mr. Lee

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HELEN A. ADAMS Panama, R. of P. VICTOR A VILAHALPHEN Panama, R. o f P HENRY E ADAMS An co n C. Z. ARLENE PATRICIA BAXTER An con, C. Z GARY N ALEXANDER M e mphis Tenn essee / LAWSON DAVID BECKLEY Brooklyn New Y o rk

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MAURICE J M. BELANGER Colon, R. o f P. BARBARA ANNE BLIGHT Bishop Californ i a 16 JAMES EDWARD BENSON Adrian, Michiga n LAUREL! KAY BUITER, Gary, Minnesota BARBARA ANN B I SHOP Bronx, New Y ork MAXINE CAROL CONOVER Panama, R of P.

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EILEEN MAE DAMERAU P anama, R of P JOEL CROWLEY ESSLI GER Ancon, C. Z. RANDALL LLOYD DEAKINS Colon, R. of P. JAMES FARRELL Athens, Greece MARTA DE LA ROSA P. P anama, R. of P. MARIA ISABEL FERNANDEZ San Juan, Puerto Rico 17

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A NDRE A i'EYTON FRANG IONI An co n C. Z C AROLYN ADRIEN GOMBER G Newpo rt Rh ode I s l a n d 1 8 WILLIAM GEORGE FULLMAN Ancon C. Z DARELL C. GREENE Co l on R o f P WILLIAM HUGH GIBSON C o l on. R of P FREDERI C K WILLIAM HARLEY Colo n R. o f P

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OUIDA ROCHELLE H EAD Co n way Souc h Carolina SYLVIA EVELYN JOHANSSON GOthe n burg Swede n DIANNE LYNN HUTC HISO N Panama R of P J ACKLYN SANDRA JO ES P a n ama, R of P RO ALD ARNE JOHANSSON Gorhenburg, Swed en J OYCE ELEANO R JORDAN Ancon C. z. 19

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HERMAN HARRY KEEPERS JR. Col o n R o f P 20 FRANCES PAIGE C o l o n R o f P JOHN WARREN MANNIX, JR. Guayaquil E c u a d o r LINDA L PEARL P a n a ma, R o f P BURTON FREDERICK MEAD Ancon C. z \ BRU C E GEORGE PERRY Richf ord, V ermo nt

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MARY ANNETfE RENTZ Ridgeland S ou th Carolina FA I RLEE GAYLORD SKINNER Ancon, C. z. DOROTHY CATHERINE ROSE Ancon, C. Z. MARJORIE ANN SMITH An con, C. z. ERNESTO F SHARP P anama, R of P MARY LOU TILTON Siou x City, I owa 21

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GEOR G E JAMES TRIMBLE L o n g I s l and, New Y o rk MRS. RUTH ADAMS EUGENE BURCH ROBERT HARRELL JOHN B. WHITMAN M osco w Ida h o STUDENTS NOT PI CTURED JOHN HUNT CHARLES MARSHALL LAATZ GEORGE NOVEY JOHN ALVI N WILLOUGHBY D e nver Colorado ALWYN SPRAGUE BENJAMIN 1. THOMAS JR. CHARLES VOELKER

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"Howi" One o f the best things to h ave up your s l eeve i s a funny bone Vict o r H igh erected rhoug hrs seared in [he hean o f counesy. H enry" Business firsr; pleasure af[e r wards. "Lene" The world is a fine place and worth fighting for. "Gary" Business was his aversio n ; pleas ure was his business "Lawson" I may nO[ understand but J am willing [0 admi re 23

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"Marce l Wisdom denOtes the pursuing of rhe besr e nds b y rhe besr means. Bobb i e" There is no dury we so much underare as rhe dury of bei n g happy ; and making orhers happy, roo. 24 "Jim" Lif e i s not so sha n bU[ rhat there is a lw ays rime enough for COur r esy. "Lolly" It may be life but ain'r it tOO slow? "Bar b Fo r duty dmy must be do ne; the rul e applies ro eve r yo ne. "Ma x W h e n D u r y w h ispers l ow, Thou mu st, Th e Yourh replies, I can

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"Lee ny" What passio n cannot music r aise a nd q u ell? Es, Every man i s the maker o f his own fortune, R andy" Almost eve r ything that is great has been done by youth. Tuly There were things \\ hich he stretched but mainly he wId the trUth. "Mana" OUf deeds determine us, as much as we derermine OUf deeds. "Nena" She made all countries where she came her own. 25

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"A ndy" We can sca r cely h ate anyo n e that we k n ow. P e nny" No Jor i s happy o n all sides. 26 Bill The reward of a thing well done is to have do n e it. Dee A m omem's insight is sometimes w orth a life's experie nce Bill But most he J oved a happy huma n face. Fred Noching astonishes m e n so much as common sense and plain deal ing.

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"She llie'" Cheer up the worSt is yet to come. "Sylvia" A fri end may well be r eckoned the mast e rpi ece of Nature. "Oi" This is the porcelain o f humankind. "Sandy" I help if. I can resis( any(hlOg except temptation. "lngamac" If there were (wo birds sitting on a fence, he would bet you which one would flyaway. "Na ta" Virtue is like a rich stone, beSt plain set. 27

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" Hairy" I sometimes wonder whether the greatest rule of all is nOt co know how to please "Sis" Beauty in things exists in the mind which contemp l ates them 28 John That action is best whi c h procures the g r eateSt h appiness for the g reatest numb e r L y n B e in ge n e r a l virruous, a n d you will be h appy. "Bun" Norhing grea t was ever achieved without emhusiasm. P e rry" F ame i s a food that d ead men eat I n o stomach f o r such meat.

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" A n nie" All w ill s p y i n thy face, a bl us h i n g w o m a n discovering g r ace. "Lee" M a n has his will bur wo m a n has h e r way. "Dortie" It is impossible to e n joy idl i n g thorough l y un l ess one has p l enty of work to do. "Madjie" Though we cannm outvQ(e them we will outargue [hem "Ernie" Manners must adorn knowledge and smooth its way through (he world. "Mouse" The nook of earth's surface has a smile for me before all places. 29

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"George" Dost thou love life ? Then do not squande r time, for that's the stuff life i s made of. J ack" Always to be b est and distin guished above the rest. Ja c k Life i s just one dang ed thing afte r anOther.

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"44 B4B 950 1954 956

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moat -..A-II-Round E I LEEN DAMERAU a nd JACK W HITMAN

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SY L V I A J O HANSSON and DARELL GREENE

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mOdi Jniefciuaf ROC HELLE H EAD and MARCEL B ELANGER

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SIS PAIGE and GARY ALEXANDER mOdi popular \

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BARBARA BLlGHT a nd JIM BENSON

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MARJORI E SMI T H a n d JOH MAN IX

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motif :Ja!enfeJ DOTTI E ROSE and AL YWN SPRAGUE

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ANNETTE RENTZ and JAMES FARRELL r/Jej{ :J)anCerj

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HELEN ADAMS and BRU CE PERRY Wttie:Jt

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ARLENE BAXTER and BILL G I BSON moot Athletic

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Eileen Damcrau and Jack Whirman .

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44 MOST ATHLETIC B a rb a r a Bi s h o p Gar y A l exa n de r

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CLASS PROPHECY Thirty years and more h ave gon e ; JCs o n the moon with a c r ate r-l ade n l awn. As we step from our r ockets a n d atOmic powered cars, We see in the distance the moon's MANNIX Milk Bars Their prosperous owner JOHN, j oins us of COllIse And we ride through the air o n BISHOP' S moon-b red h o rse BARBARA, it see m s has changed her name ; nevertheless h e r h orses ace of worldly fame. To th e right and below u s we Spot DARELL GREENE, A fam o us geologist-electrician invento r of an elect rical scooe-Iocaro r machi n e We eme r a building and there o n the stage Leading th e M oon', Rock ettes is famous FRANCIS PAIGE, HOWl ADAMS is miseress of cer e m onies for her nightly s how; Performan ces like I Was a ] C C h eerleade r h ave made her famous, you know!!! As these two the a trical quee n s j oin liS -and autOgraph seekers -We meet the man of every M ania n woman s dreams. Yes aged but good-looking and rich HARRY KEEPERS From HARRY we learn -and much co our s urpriseThat JACK WILLOUGHBY eloped with a billi o nairess, Th e n found she was a M artian pauper in disguise!!! But JA CK has a plan -f or Christmas h e'll give her away. What will the recipient BILL GIBSON say? BILL knew we were coming to Mars, but h e could n t get away. He' s coac hing Big League Littl e League and Women's League As a h o bb y of course . h e's doing o kay!!! In the rown's central area le aflets rain throug h the air 'The symbol of M a rtian h o n esty is a full head of hair BRUCE PERRY bou g ht a wig ; elect him f o r mayo rl!! The slogan, we decided wouldn't h e lp him win the fight, But a few light h ours l a ter proved M ayo r PERRY did all right! In f act he presented the key o f the c iry th a t very night. Yes JACK WHITMAN walked off that pl a tf o rm a ver y proud soul His o utstanding work in science (African fruit flies) has helped h i m r each his goa L That night as we attend M a rs' Concert H all (Presenting only the mOSt famous stars ) Three women are applauded b y the populations o f Earth, Venus and M a rs. FAIRLEE SKINNER, DOROTHY ROSE, and EILEEN DAMERAU sing Their own versions o f hits of the 1900's. After sleeping well on BECKLEY-FRANGIONI cloud rest mamesses, And shopping through num e r o u s GEORGE NOVEY sro res, We take a shorr trip to the Marti a n Canal Shores. Skin divin g equipment we rent from JAMES "Flippe r FARRELL -By the way, we've been joined by comed i a n ROBERT HARRELL-W e l isten ro a l ecture on techniques a n d fear and RONALD JOHANSSO N -F a mous for Farrell-J o h a n sso n universal ski n-di vi n g clubs -Guides us throu g h the canals and helps us o ff wit h the gear. JOEL ESSLINGER S Sp ecial a n atOmic sauce r -shaped vehicle, Brings us back to the ciry where we see Wealthy ALWYN SPRAGUE paiming a 5 000 ft. mural. On the side of the M A C. E ( M art i a n Art Cemer Edifice. ) We pass: the art center don t have time to go in -Advertising on ,he l atest r age in perfume ... JACKL YN JONES "Your Sin, As we whiz by the supermarket, whom s houl d we s py? The former ANNETTE RENTZ, twO sets of twins a n d her favorite guy ( not a Mart ian!) We Stop at M ars Linguisti c Center the M L. C, And are g reeted by MARTA DE LA ROSA ,he world's highest paid secretary 45

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46 HENRY ADAMS master linguist and M L. C. president. Explains how he deciphers Stone Age messages sent. How can that be, you ask? It's quite e asy for you see JOHN HUNTS "Time Machine" i s down in Modern History!! Our last night in Mars was thrillingly spe nt In MARCEL BELANGER'S exotic restaurant. WILLIAM FULLMAN the eart h's roving r eporter, joined o ur merry clan As from the wi nd ow we see MARIA FERNANDEZ in her diplomat's sedan. They weren t the only officials to honor ou r J C group For LAUREL! usedtobe BUTTERS came in with her General's troop -On the arm of her General, of cou rse!!! GARY ALEXANDER joined us on l y moments ago H e starred a n empire in southern Mars and i s diec3roC rhere you know!! Unfortunately EUGENE BURCH and GEORGE TRIMBLE were left to guard his domain; Bue both a r e ce l eb r a t ed ath l eti c stars with millions in mon e y and nmhin g to do. Senoritas ... cuidado! Our conv ivi a l ga n g was imerrupted only for one moment; Someone was paging CAROLYN GOMBERG a prominent Marti a n gent!! ARLENE BAXTER came in with her husband we won't divulge who -Bue both 3ce celebrated athletic stars with millions in money and nothin g to do. We were about CO leave ; it was three in the morn, When who should a rrive blowing a New Year horn ... BEN THOMAS H e pulled bills from hi s pockets threw them high in the a ir Yes, rich with RANDY DEAKINS they discovered synthetic hair Hmm, Bru ce i s now mayor . pretty good wigs, n o? Six o'clock rolled around; the sun s h o ne bright. Some of u s had to think about getting back to eart h especially BARBARA BLIGHT Things just wouldn'[ run right in Washingcon if the firs( woman president weren't near, Alrhough capable DIANNE H UTCHISON, U N Secr etary could keep the meetings in gear. Seven o'clock r o lled around and mos( of us were on our feet, BURTON MEAD however s t a res at a photo of G l adys he wants nothin g to eat. We leave him ro his dreaming an d race down the horel's hall Where we see Universal Beauty MADGE SMITH S phoros sp r ead from wall to wall!! She's wealthy of COUIse from victorious winnings as (his, So now she spends her time in complete marital bliss! While o n the subject of bli ss, this is opportune to say The exLlNDA PEARL is happy to this day (and her husband, o bvi ously.) With our stomach's finally filled and O ur b aggage tightly packed We think o f h ome and earth as the atomic rocket ship busi l y clack s We w hi z past seve ral new planets ERNESTO SHARP bought the l argest one. H e publiShed a statement nor long ago, that he was r e ally having fun! Several light hours later we spot a speck o f red and g r een No, it isn't Christmas ie's CHARLES VOELKER'S transportable H a iry Queen. The trip is over; we thank the pilots FRED HARLEY and VICTOR A VILA and depart. Only one trouble is present the e nt i r e trip "Rent now and pay later" . that's how we gOt the s hip!! We'll probably be paying 'ti l we're withered a nd gray All credit to smi lin g, friendly JIM BENSON of Space Travel Agencies U. S, A.! Our class is fortunate though you see Philanthropi s t MRS, RUTH ADAMS is goi n g to help us pay the fee! There were a f e w of the class of 1960 who we r e preoccupied, So when we tOld t h em of our trip the y all but broke down and cried. JOYCE JORDAN is fin a n cing a new chai n of sto res

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MARYLOU TILTON i s s i g n i n g her new h i book "1000 Way s T o D i sco ur age Bor es." C HARLES LAA TZ has s t arred a ne w film co mr act b e i n g produ c e r m a n age r a n d s t a r o f a new se r ies o f Huck elberi Flinn . His n ext m o v i e w ill b e a take of( o n Lad die a n d Tin R in Rin ( Y o u d be sur p rised at h e m o ney hes making) MAX I N E C ONOVER is a business ,ycoo ness. in New Y o r k advert i sing n o less! As for SYLVIA JOH ANSSON we'll Ie, you -o f you guess ... Hint : Th e eanh i s s quar e ; ( h e moo n i s ro und ... m y pad is o n t h e moon . ro the moon ... to the moon !!!! -SEJ. 4 7

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COL L EGE ACTIVITIES CALENDAR SEPTEMBER-4 Welcome Ass em bly 8 Election of C l ass Office r s 9 Election of Student Association Officers 16 F acu lry Be ac h Party 25 F oo tball J amboree 29 Phi Theta Kappa Closed Initi atio n OCTOBER--14 Coffee Party 22 Delra Psi Omega Pledging 28 Dram arics Class A sse mbly Foorbail Girls Basketball NOVEMBER 10 Sock H o p 12 Delt a Psi Omega Initiat i o n 1 9 Phi Theta Kappa F ou nder s Day Dinner Girls Ba s ketb a ll DECEMBER-1 5 Dedication o f Activiries Buildin g 18 C hri stmas Dance Elks Club 20 D e l ta Psi Omega C hri srmas Dinner 23 Coffee Party Baseball JANUARY-13 Coff ee P arty 23 End o f First Semest e r B ase ball Bowling FEBRUARY-1 3 College Picnic 26 Assembly Phi The t a K appa Initi atio n 26 Track M ee t G irl s Volleyball B ase b all Tenni s MARCH-9 College Play 10 Swimming Party APRIL-8 20 2 1 MAY-4 11 13 22 27 B a lb oa R e l ays Track Tenni s B oys Basketball Spring Dance Phi Theta K a ppa Scholarship Dinner D e lta P s i Omega Initi a ti o n Boys Basketball G o lf. Swimming Dr a mati cs Banquet Speech A sse mbly Freshm a n-Sophomo re B a nquet B acca l aureate Commencement Day Boys B a sketball Swimming

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Left to R ight: Fr ank Cortigan, Daniel Deslondes, Barbara Jean Phillips, Joe Reynolds. PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER CLASS ADVISOR FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Frank Cortiga n ....... Daniel Deslondes Barbara J ean Phillips Joe R eyno lds ... Mr. Turbyfill

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PATRICIA GALE ALEXANDER Pac" Memphis Tennessee PAUL EUGENE BLADES "Bambin" Canby. Minn esota LEROY AUGUSTUS A LLEYNE Anc o n C. z. S HARON LEE BOOTH "Boot" Ancon C. Z. SAMUEL JOHN ASHLEY Sam Stach tOn, California ARNOLOO BETONCINI BROOKS "Arnold Colon, R of P 51

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LARRY WAYNE BROWN "Charlie Brown" Co lumbia, T e nne ssee ROBERTA JEAN COVAIRT R o bbi Spangler P ennsylva n i a RUTH MARGARET BROWN Ancon C.Z. SILVIA ESTHER CRUZ "Silvy" Ancon, C. Z. MARY ELIZABETH CHASE Mamie" Colon R of P. ROLANDA MAY DAHLHOFF Ronnie P a n a ma, R o f P

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KAREN MARlON DAV I S "Kay" Ancon C. Z J O H N HOWARD ENGELKE P anama, R of P. THOMAS OSCAR DURFEE ''Tommy"' Ancon C Z. RUSSELL EUGENE FAVORITE "Russ" P a nama. R. of P GLORIA JEANNE ELY Buffy P a n ama, R o f p SONI A MAR I NA FIGUEROA "Soni" Ancon C. Z 53

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54 W I LLIAM RYLAND FORREST J e r sey C i r y N. J MARTI N H E R N A N DE Z M a rry" Caguas P uerto R ico EDNA MARTHA G ERHART "Buno n Pan a ma, R. o f P LAC Y ANNE HINKLE P a n a ma, R o f P BETH ELAINE H E I LMAN Ancon C. Z C AROLYN L. H OLGERSON "Hogi C o l o n R o f P

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DANIEL LESLIE JENKINS L os Ange l es, Calif. JANE LOUISE KINTNER EastOn, Pennsylvania CHLOEANN JOHNS CI o" H ousmn Texas FRANCES MATILDA LAFLIN Maney Albuqu erque, New ?Yfexico PATRICIA LEE JUSTICE "Pat" Olive Hill Kentucky NICHOLAS LAMIS JR. "Nick" Ancon C. Z. 55

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MARY JANE LAVALLEE "Mickey" Worcesrer, Mass. SANDRA JEAN M cKAY "Sandi" Panama R of P. THELMA LUCILLE MARSHALL Little R ock, Arkansas FREDERICK CECIL McKENZIE Mac Ancon, C. Z VIRGI N I A ANN MAUL DI N "Ginger" Toccoa Georgia W I LLIAM GLADSTONE MILLETT "Billy" Ancon, C. Z.

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MARGARET FRANCES MORGAN "Peggy" Ancon C. Z. RAUL OLMEDO PINZON Panama, R. of P DONALD LEE NOLAN D onnie" Colon, R. of P NELLIE G RAYBOURNE "Linle R aybourne" Panama R of P BARBARA JEAN PHILLIPS "B)"" Honolulu Hawaii JULIE AN REEDER "Blondi" Mexico Missouri

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KAREN RI CHARDSON R uSty" Seatrle, W dshingron ElEANOR LORRAINE STANCOOK "Cissie" Gove rn o r s Isla nd N Y. 58 ROSEMARI E FRANC E S RUESS R o mi Y oungstOwn, Ohi o LOIS JEAN STEVENS "Lo An co n C. Z LOUIS EDWARD SPRAUVE Lou Garun C. Z JUDITH E STEWART Judy Ancon C. Z

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RICHARD ROGER SWALM "Richie" Anco n C. Z THOMAS GAREY ASHTON LUIS W ITFI ELD BATEMAN ROBERT BEST BILLIE BRUHN FRANK W ILLI AM CORRIGAN PETER T IERNAN CORRIGAN DANIEL ALBERT DESLONDES RAYMOND ENGLE BARBARA GEGG ALICE JEAN TABER Alice Co l o n R of P STUDENTS NOT PICTURED JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON REDUS W ILLIAM HARRELL ORRI N HEWES RI CHARD JOHNSON W ILLIAM C. KlRKLAND FRANK RAYMOND LEVES KAREN MAGNUSON JAMES MORENO CLARA LOUISE PERCY ANN PRESTON WOOD Anc o n C. Z. ALAN PETERSON DA VlD ALLEN REDMOND JAMES JOSEPH REYNOLDS FRED ROBINSON MAXWELL SHELDON SANDERS LANE ALLEN THOMPSON DALE ALAN TURNER ROBERT JOHN WALLACE JOSEPH HENRY WHITE

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JUNIOR COLLEGE SONG (Alma Marer ) Words by DOROTHY MOODY Music by HELEN C. BAKER ) j I J \ I j j ;I I 1. ;; Sing you your nonhern college on mountain, shore or plain 1\ I I I I .... I I I But dream of magic islands, set in the Spanish main. fJ j I I J f 1 I r e r r I 'f ; ; Jii lp ( \ Ours are these magic islands, and ours the emerald deep, \" I I I I I V ( Of jungles hung with orchids. where gleaming repriies cree p (& I; b CHORUS: b J I f r ( f B I r li ; fir f J 311. Oh Canal Zone Juni or College, n o matter where we rove, D I I I 1 I I I , I I I Adorn the shores where pirates concealed their ueasure n ove. I J I I 1. I -f r r J' I j ri Fir d It I r Oh trade winds of [he (ropics, Oh Southern C r oss above, J I 1 j J J r r rSJ j r r I J e Commemorate our soiourn i n rhe ca !!ane that we lmrP

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The Mejorana Festival ... EI Valle mountains ... Fiesra in Oell ... Gualaca, Chiriqui 62 ... Native dweUings ... Panamanian oxcart ... Cuna Indians from San Bias ... San Bias isl and

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B eave r ... A S a n B ias island. T api r ... Nighr b loomi n g cereus ... Coati rnundi H o l y GhoS[ o r c hi d ... Slm h ... D oe a n d fawn 63

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Th e Volcan ... Sama Clara B eac h ... Carhedral in Old Panam a ... Na[ive stOre. 64 Old P anama ... San Bias village ... Ruins in San Lor enzo ... Gol den A l tar

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Left to Right: Jack Whitman, J o hn Mannix Eileen Damerau, and Frank Leves. PRESIDENT VICE -PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER ADVISOR ......... STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Jack Whitman ...................... J ohn M an nix Eileen Damerau Frank Leves Mr. Bowen

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S1lJDENT ASSOCIAT ION The Srudenr Association finances twO school publications, rhe Tropical Collegian a nd the Co nqui stador. In additio n the S.A. spo n sors social activities suc h as coHee panies dances a nd the Freshman-Sophomore Banquet . M embers of the association enjoy certain privileges including free admittance to aU ime r scholastic spons and admissio n to all funct i o ns sponsored by the junior college Befo re. . And After.

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JUNIOR COLLEGE CHORUS Under the direction of Mr. Neil Bransrerte r. mem bers of the junior college cho r us perform in con junction with the Canal Zone Collcge--Commu nit y Chorus. This year twO major works, Brahms' "German Requiem" and M endelssoh n's H ymn of Praise ." have been presemed.

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PRESIDENT Syl via J ohansso n SECRETARY D o ttie R os e NATURAL SCI ENCE CLUB An old Chapel ADVISOR Mr Lee The Narural Science C lub founded in 1934 is spo n sored by Mr. and Mrs. Geo r ge L ee. Irs m embe r s includ e those srudents enrolled in F ield Biology a n d any othe r srudenrs i nt e r ested in sc i e n ce. This club does nor hold regular mferings but field rrips are scheduled during rhe year. BorrOM ROW. L. to R.: Mr. Lee, Sam A shley, Frank Corrigan. TOP ROW, L. to R.: Lacy H inkle Sand r a M c Kay Sylvia J oha n sson Sandra J ones, Dorrie Ros e, Joyce J o r dan Arlene Baxter.

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Dr. Moody and Mr. Lyons Advisors Marjorie Smith Editor Maxine Conover Business Manager As soon as schoo l has started, the Conquistador Staff begins planning the yearbook. An editor is chosen and each staff member is assigned to a specific dury, whether it be selling advtrrisemenrs Or making layouts Dr. Dororhy MC>
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Marcel Bel a n ge r Business Manager Sylvia J oha nsson Editor Mr. Lyo n s and Dr. Moody Advisors The T ro pical Collegian i s a lit e r ary magazine published by srudents in the Ca n a l Zone Juni o r College. I t contains an ides, sho n s[Ocies, poems, a n d othe r s e lections con cribured by th e staff and th e co lle ge faculty. The staff wo rks under rhe supervisio n of irs l irerary advisor Dr. Dorothy M oody. TROPICAL C OLLE G I AN STAFF BOTTOM ROW, 1. ro R : D orr i e R ose R osemar i R uess, Mana D e La R osa, Laur eli Burr e rs, Ju dith Srewart. TOP ROW, L. ro R.: William Mill ett C i ssie Srancoak, K are n RIchardson, Carolyn H olge r son, Syl v i a J oha n sso n Darell Gree n e

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PHI THETA KAPPA MEMBERS : L. co r : Sis Paige, L au r eli But[ers. Kar e n Rich a rdson Eileen D amerau Max ine Cono ver Jan e Kintner J oh n M a nnix, Willi a m Millet[ Sponsor Mr. Turbyfill, Viccor A v i la-H a l p he n Judirh Griffon R ose m ary Ruess, P eggy M orga n Par Ju srice, M ary L o u Tilcon

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Ph.i Kappas Found ers Day Sanquer BOTTOM ROW, L. co R.: Howi Adams Sis Patge, Eileen Damerau Rochelle H ead. TOP ROW. L. to R.: John M annix, Laureli Bur. rers, Mr. Turbyfill Mrs Turbyfill Viccor Avila. PHI THETA KAPPA Delra Omega is rhe Canal Zone Junior College chaple r of Phi Th",a Kappa narional junior coUege honorary scholasric sociery. Mr. Suben Turbyfill has b ee n rhe sponsor since rhe Canal Zone branch was founded i n 1945 Ten percent of Ihe lotal number of srudems for rhe school yea r may be members of rhe c hapl er if rhey h ave al leasr a s average and are carrying fifteen o r m ore credit hours. Firse $emeseer Officers, L. to R.: Rochelle Head, Pre s idem. Eileen Damerau VicePrt:sidem, Sis Paige Secretary ; Laureli Butters, Treasurer; and Vic t o r Avila-HaJphen. Second Semester Officers. L. ro R.: J ohn Mannix Pres idem. Ei.leen Damerau, Vice-President, Sis Paige, Secretary; Laureli Buners, Treasurer ; and Viaoe Avila, Council Member ;

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Bernard Craig Fr e d R o bin s on M a x S a nd ers HllIry K ee p ers Nick Lamis Darell Gre e ne Mar cel Bele n ge r :J)orm Richard Sw a im Bill Gibso n Mi c key Cunnin g h am J ack W illo u gh b y

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Joolba!! Queen ELEANO R STANCO O K 7 8

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H ELEN ADAMS Chri6ima6 Queen 79

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C-O-L-L-E-G-E C-O-L-L-E-G-E C-O-L-L-E-G-E College College College Mi ckey L ava llee Fresh I yr. Sis Paige Cape. Soph. 2 y rs. H owi Ada ms Sop h I yr. CHEER 82

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, C i s s ie 5rancook Fresh 1 yr. LEADERS ."' Madg e Sm ith Soph. 1 y r TEA M yea t e a m T EA M yea team T E A M yea t e a m Team Team Team R o nnie Dahl olf Fresh. 1 yr.

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SCORES 1 st meet 2 n d meet 3 r d meer Toeal CZJ C BHS CHS 1 7J3 1 764 1938 1596 1 8 0 3 196 1 1504 1 7 0 9 1 901 4813 5276 BOWLING

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Score: BHS-35 CHS-33 BHS-29 CHS-18 BASKETBALL Captain Alice Taber

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Mickey Lavallee, Ronnie D a hlh off, Sylvia Cruz Arlene Baxter Lacy Hinkle, Sonia Figueroa, M a mita Chase TOP ROW, L. to R.: B e th Heilm a n Carolyn Hol ge rson Howi }\dams, Pat Alexander, Cissy Stancook. VOLLEYBALL Score: }C-28 BHS-27 }C-21 BHS-35 }C-31 CHS-26 }C-21 C HS-23 Captain, Arlene B axte r

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BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Louis Sprauve, Harry Keepers Tom AshtOn, Russ Favorite Jack Willoughby Lane Thompson, Charles La.,z Ben Thomas Bill Kirkland, Gene Burch, Gary Alexander Dan Jenkins. TOP ROW, L. to R.: C03ch Brown MascOt, Fred MacKenzie John Mannix B o b Best, P ete Corrigan Frank Leves, Joe Reynolds, Geotge Trimble, Bill Gibson, John Engelke, Andrea Fr a ngioni P aul Blades Dean Hackett. FOOTBALL SCORE : (Jamboree) ]C-6 BHS---{) CHs---{) Captain Gene Burch JC-0 CHS-6 JC-14 BHS-6 JC-14 CHS-6 JC-6 BHS-14 AC-O

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.JiI jack Willoughby, Guard T ommy Ashton Tackle Bob Best Quart e rback Per e Corrigan, Wingback j ohn Enge lke Fullback Russell Favorite Tackle Andy Fran g i o ni Guard Bill Ktrkland Guard Bill Gibson, H alfback Dan j e nkins End Harry Keep ers, End Frank Leves, Fullback Fred M c Kenzie H alf back J o hn Mannix Wingback ---Louis Sprauve, End George Trimble Guard Lane Th ompso n Ce nter Gary Alexa nder End

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Bottom Row, l eft to r ight: Butch F rangioni, Lan e Thompson, Bob Best J ohn M an nix Middl e R ow, left to right: Richard Swaim, Martin H ernandez, J oe l Esslinge r Bill Gibso n Bob Wallace George Trimb le. Top Row l eft ro ri g ht: Fred McKenzie Fred Harley, Nicholas Lamis, Russ Favorite, J oh n Engelke Sam Ashley BASEBALL Scores: JC-2 CHS-4 JC-3 BHS-I JC--4 BHS-2 JC-4 CHS-2 JC-2 C HS-2 JC-5 BHS-2 JC-9 C HS-5 JC-6 BHS-l ]C--4 BHS-2 Coach, Stu Brown Captain, George Trimb l e

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BOWLING 1st meet 2nd meet 3rd meet Toeal CZJC 2344 2146 2 195 6685 I' I r SCORES BHS CHS 2169 2116 2141 2088 2090 2211 6300 6415 I 91

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J ohn M a nnix Captains Bill Gibson and Gary Alexander Don Nolan BASKETBALL Fred McKenzie LaSt year OUf basketball team was the undefeated champion of the sc hool s easo n and this year we lfe h oping f o r a nOther und efea ted season William Mille"

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Ie was a joke. Laugh! Do you see what I see? Whac a beauti ful a ir-conditioner Okay, back [ 0 your cells. An d now rem ove o ne arm

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. and the r e I was wi th o nl y one bullet left." M y c heat card slipped. How did I ever get myself imo t aking T HI S course?" Surprise Lawson : I gOt it!!! Butch: Don't get it on me. Anytime is Coke time hmm-No, I can show you this.

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Whac? Me study? "We h ave n t l ost a ny students . yet" 96 Stul.lysrudy-srudy Sick call Who h o ller ed, "f r ee f ood." Then this Whio h way did rhe b oys go' You want to ber ? Okay who broke my window ? The pause that r efres hes!

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I rhink it's conta gious. It wasn't that bad Judy. C h ange thi s ro h e r e, and that to this Th e n rhis ca n be h ere .. Bowling practice Look what t h e tide washed up! You were on the field rrip roo ? So they didn't l ike my joke! Let me try ro expl,ain it [() her, Bill. Who dar say dat? What a beauriful day ro cut

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Get back o n YOUt mark 98 Dumdadum-dum. H e always did like the ben e r things o f life ... appl es. Ya gotta do what first?? The MAD Bomber I'll play l ook o u[ .. you j usr co py H ave gu ns, wiU travel.

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Muscle Beach H o n o r guards Eat drink, and be m erry, For romorrow we diet. .. and then the last three men on earth. L ook Ma, no cav jries Oops there! I fin ally saved e n ough b ox cops. Win e, w o me n but ain't gonna sing 99

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Ou r bar be r shop tr io. R eading rea l eaves. Mad ed iwrs. Educario n sags. T he r e s a m o u se w h e re? 100

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Hey the e n g in e is missin g !!! D a y l i g h t a l rea dy? H o w ro Red e a nd Spel Gud. A m a n!! Melvin of the Apes Go away!!! The boys a r e gathered in their lirtle g r oup t OO. H a ve you see n m y la undry ? Supre m e Couer judges. 101

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Compl,ments o f Compliments of TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A. HOTEL ROOSEVELT Mo ve rs-Truckers-Packers Telephone 3-6649 Complim ents of CIA. INTERNACIONAL DE SECiUROS, S. A. Plaza Cinco de Mayo 1910 1960 FIFTY YEARS SERVING PANAMA 101

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110 Compliments of ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSH I P CO. Complim ents of ABATTOIR NACIONAL TASTE . with MARLBORO

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T he F inest in Beau t y Core for the Disc r i minating Woman Balb o a 2-3377 TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE AHCOH CAHAl ZOHE Special ists in H oi r Sha p ing S t yling a nd P er m anen t Waving Courtesv TIVOLI TRAVEL AGENCY No 8 Tiv o l i Avenue Telephones: 2-0461 2-0465 Compl i m ents of BILDON, INC. Box 2001 Curundu, C. Z FOTO SOSA on Fourth of July Avenue HOSPITALITY IN THE HILTON MANNER Compl iments of R. C. WORSLEY Radi o s -Watches Clocks Compliments of Cardoze y Lindo An.n 15 DIABLO BEAUTY SHOPPE air c o nditi o ned Sara D iez, Manager 111

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11] Co mplim e nts of FOTOCRAFIA CHARLES Panama 2-2066 Complim e nt s 01 Continental Shipping Corp. CRISTOBAL PANAMA 3 3 3 S. A. BALBOA 2 SPORTING GOODS PANAMA. R. DB P. Compliments of FAUSTO SALAZAR. S. A. ';7emetfecs PANAMA. Fl P Complimen t s o f GRQI1D ORIEnT'll STORE 13 .1772 Tela. 3-0390 AVE. JUSTO AROSEMENA (Esquina Calle '1 Este) PANAMA C omplimen ts of J oyeria Emilio Central A",

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Compliments of Compliments of ISTHMIAN CONSTRUCTORS, INC. ITALIAN LINE CABLE ADDRESS: ISTHMIAN Balboa C Z PHONE : BALBOA 1753 P O BOX 3010 Compli mtnr s o f Complim ents of BALBOA BEAUTY SHOP COLON MOTORS, INC. Lillian F Roe, Mgr. Teleph one 2-1669 Balboa Serv ice Cente r T ivoli Crossing Balboa 2959 113

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Compliments of CONSTRUCTORA INTERPROVINCIAL, S. A. ( COINSA ) Junior Bataar Panama, R. P.

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CABLEGRAMS VIA ALL AMERICA To all the world by Cable and Radio ALL AMERICA CABLES AND RADIO, INC. Balboa 2-1273 2-1274 2-1877 Mgr. Cristobal 3 1710 3-1729 3-1280 Mgr. Compliments of Panama 2-0946 2-0947 2-2497 CANAL ZONE BUS SERVICE F. BALDWIN, Manager

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I 6 Complime nts of LIBRERIA MENENDEZ Panama l e od i ng c nl c rlo.inmenl cenle r H npsl \'V'ines llnd Liqu o rs D elic i o u s Food Sat i sfact i o n Guaranteed S p eci al lun c heon s d n i l y. Rane/tO '&-aZdflll h o l l bloc k fro m Can al Zone Phonn:2U06 2-5355 Box: 1101 MILLIONS HEALTHIER SALON DE BELLEZA GENIE Calle 17 Oeo!. No 13-192 Teler. n o 2-1486 Distribuidor de los Cosmeticos HAZEL BISHOP A VEN IDA CEN TRAL Y CALLE 9 P A N AMA REP. DE PANAMA JORGE HEMMINGS TELEFONO 2-0248 APARTADO 1559 L I V E 8 E T T E R, L I V E S WIT H YORK H 0 J A LA T E R I A PAN A M A, S. A. TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TELEPHONE 3-6016

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COMPLIMENTS o f Compliments of Ga. C'!tH(JS, ,S. ;4. Willys Austi n Apartado 9 7 6 T e l ep h one 2 -1790 Panama C o mpl iments o f PINTURAS ISTMENAS. S. A. Ave 12 y Calle 27 Tel. 2 3444 C ourtesy of Compania De Cajas Registradoras National De Panama, S A HARRY Y. CHAN YMCA RESTAURANT CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD 119

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V ICEROY . THE INTERNATIONAL CIGARETTE ENJOYED IN 90 COUNTRIES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD V ICE ROY IS SUP E RIO R TABACALERA ISTMENA, S. A CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960 TEXACO ANTILLES LIMITED 1 2 0

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Compliments of VOLKSWAGEN Kombi Microb(js U NICAR, S. A. APARTAOO 293 PANAMA 'fELEFONO SSOVA HERCULES LUGGAGE STORE VISIT OUR SHOW-ROOM LOCATED AT AUTOMOBILE ROW NO. 28' ALSO REPAIRS -KEYS -INITIALS HERCULES TRUNK AND BAG MFGRS. TELEPHONES 2-1069 2-2814 PANAMA, R P COMPLIMENTS OF IRVING ZAPP COMPANY, S A. OISTRIB UTORS MAX FACTOR SHULTON ELMER CANDIES OXFORD BISCUITS -If-"NATIONAL" ELECTRIC CENTER RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS RECORDS EFFICIENT REPAIR SERVICE 31 AUTOMOB ILE ROW TELEPHONE 2-2835, Compliments of 121

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