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Panama Canal review
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Title: Panama Canal review
Physical Description: v. : col. ill. ; 28-34 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Panama Canal Commission
Panama Canal Company
Publisher: Panama Canal Commission
Place of Publication: Balboa Heights Republic of Panama
Balboa Heights Republic of Panama
Creation Date: June 1957
Publication Date: 1959
Frequency: semiannual
Subjects / Keywords: PANAMA CANAL ZONE   ( unbist )
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Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama
Additional Physical Form: Also issued online.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with v. 1 (May 1950).
Issuing Body: Vols. for 19 -19 issued by Panama Canal Co.; <Oct. 1, 1980-> by Panama Canal Commission.
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication"--19 -19 .
General Note: Description based on: Oct. 1, 1980.
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OUT AT THE Ga;llard Cut 'front" in Nonemiber more than 300.000
cubic yardss of earth "ere moved in the speeded-up five-and-a-half-
million-dollar Canal "iidiiing project. At the ji'b heree Contractor
Mlerritt-Chapmnan and Scott has gathered a cro"d of some 220 non-
Ui. S. citizens ho draw a pa' roll of $75.400 a month, a Canal engineer
reported. "-Ve ha\e a lot of fi "a\ aing out here. but it's confined to
the red flags warning g of blasting operations. We know "hen our
e\plusions are coming.'
Elsex here the explosions "ere not so calculable. E en Canal "old-
tinmeis" confessed "for once" that thie had ,ne er knoi nl a month like it
before. November on the Isthmus ended lea ing mnans a \ ioutnd to
heal. some of them personal phIsical injuries, others international
otlunds to United States-Panama relations.
\ hen Independence WVeek activities began in celebration of Pan-
ama's 56th anni'ersars as an independent Republic. the folks fronm
the Balboa Fire Station. at Pan.ima's request. took the big Canal Zone
ladder truck o\er to the capital cit 's municipal building and made
flagsaff repairs so that the Panamnian i Hag could be raised by the
President in formal ceremonies illnaugurating the No ember 3 biithda\
program. On Children's Da\ the Canal Zone was host to 72S Pan-
anianian school children and 40 teachers for a cross-countrs train ride
and \isit to Catun Locks.
\\lien the celebiatiion ended. Independence Dat demonstrators.
unrestrained in Panama. had caused agitation at the Canal Zine border.
reiulting in monetary% costs which at last count exceeded $120.000 to
the Com!pan ,-Go ernnmet. This figure did not include similar costs
to the military\ ser ice.s the U1. S. Embassy or the United States In-
iormationt Ser ice. Amid it all. 47 Canal Zone policemen and firemen
and tone Railroad employ ee had been injured.
A thankful people took solace in the fact that the responsibility to
the community which h the\ senre as first and foremiust in the minds
of the Canal Zone police and firemen.
Still pertinent at the month's end "ere the remarks of "Kansas City
Star" Columnist Bill Vaughn in commenting on ine s dispatches from
"Current difficulties in the Panama Canal Zone briig out the U. S.
infantry\ %%ith bayonets 'bristling' and re\i\es the old question of
e\actl\ hoo one bristles a ba onet.
". \ welcome sound in the Canal Zone ill be the order from the
commanding officer: 'By the numbers! Ba\ onets! Uinbristle!' "

In This Issue


A'n Ili\ L'"saI ies .


Ar._und and About

Clri.stinIs ini tlic Zi.,An-

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Cruise Ships

Financial Repi-'rt

li-.,spit ls. i _ld their futtiire

NMlacistilate ftr Balb,,a

People 10

Phli.sic.l Tl heap\, ini the Schools 16

Pit ni.ritions andl Trantsfers 19

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S ._afit- rr ,
Mlakin decorations for their Chii,timas tree helps fill the days of "aiting until Christmas for the J. W\. Colfin fainil% of Gatun.

Only twenty-one days
fron today, it's



CFh-STNiMs iii a land \.here feice posts
Spio)lit and melons giow on i ties. is
bL,-.id 1 to I- di1erent! Different? It's
i t:iiinationrjl in the Canal Zone. where
trachtions Frn rn anri\ laids ate .adapted
t-i, a tropical eviironlmeint.
Deli .i,,us, tantallziig odhlois come
st-r.lini ,on the tropical breezes as some
families i-.'t out old fajiil\ recipes for
lsp.,_! holidj\ treats. Clhildri-ens fhnrirs
ai.- \busv \ith scissors aid paper as
tih., faslihin decorations for the Christ-
ni -, tli e. ais children ha.\ doiie for some
350 \,jas since the fiust Yuletide trees
\\,r.r ti rirricd in Strasbou.nr. In many
lii'. i.s Lite iatiit\ sceni e l \'ill soon be
il, a special place of honor.
PBis and girls, attending sIhooTs in

the States. coi''i hljome biinirt over
with plans tor Christmas parties.
Some chilldrl en tinl- C.anal Zoine
receive tliir gilts oni Christmas E\e:
others on Christ.mas D.a\: and a tfe\
lucky oli.s. like Nlarld\i Jckson get
botli bithd.,\ anid (Chlristmias .gits.
Charles T. Jackson. I'.. Adniinistra-
tive )Offic:r ini tlhe Marine Dirct.toil'
Office, and his daiiciht,-r. MNlril\in ha,\
betn i sliini; a Clristmas bilthtla'. for
se cii ChJlstnriases But Cluristmas is
Chii itriia. aiid a bilthda,, is somethiiit
else agaiji in the Jacksoni home E\eni
if the', do coi rie on the same da\. ino
onle misiSs out on an'i fun.
M.aril\n. \ho is a first giade pupil in
St. NMal\'s Parocltil a ,Schol. has her

hirthda,, pact:., cornplet,. ,aith _,g.it. .
anrd gits and special .ake. the da\
bctore or the da\ .ittel C (liitnias. On
C:hluiiitas Da\. thcie is a .fmili ct-
tuo!rtlh:r. .And iM a il'. 'i ,itts fr',iiim li-!r
f.inil\ are .ala\is plaiinl\ ditfef-rntiated.
sm- miai I kd Happy. Bi thlda'," ad-d
otihei. Ml.rr\ Chirishr as "
\\hn I M1is. P!liip L. Steeis. v ilr- o,
tie (Ciiniptrcolli.. .as a little il in
Hunear.\ the :liildi>:n tliei.- I.had .
problem the tree little Steers in the
Canal Zone \\ill is,, i fate. The ciil-
drei, iti fai-a a\ once-ihappi, Hung.art
had to: tr\ to keep Lri'm eaItnig tlh-
Christnias tree dec-irations \\hickh ere
made of spe,.ial .an \ i flanc shlapes.
', rapped in, glitter\ papri.

"\\e tried not to eat the cand\ de- Da id. almost 2. listen for the Christ-
coratiolns on the Chiistinas tree." Mrs. nas m iusic which is the signal for them
Ster-s recalls. "Then \re started \with a to con:e into the lhing ioom \where the
few at the back of the tree. and after tree is lighted, the gifts underneath it.
a while it looked pictt\ bare. The children and their paints sit down
Fl-unialian children rc-ci\ed their aioiund the tree. sa\ a pra\cr. and hear
gifts ,on Christmas E\e, "from Babs a Bible reading. Then the gifts are
Jeiss.' and one room in the house, opened one b\ one. all the est \watch-
%he-re thr \ were told that the little inl as each ,ione inv'., rap' a gift. IThe
aigi.ls \wre \workirig before Christmas. Steers children appear oil this t.o\vr. I
\as kept locked. Peekinig through the
ke\hole \\as forbidden On Christmas
EBe a little bell tinkled behind the door .\ niii.riga;ab'icrd o.n Chliiitnmi-a Eve at
and it was opened. The Christmas thee th, himC of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. \\berg.
\was lighted with candles, and under- Jr of NMal galta carn ies out the S\\edish
neath it were the gifts for all the tradition inlhcrited firim Nh. \\ibtie's
famoil\. p.a -ntis Nr \\ibeu-r recalls that his
The Christmas obsetr, nc.l int the inlnthel \wouLid Ip)epa t, 'i wsciks in
home of Mr. and lMis. Steers retains ads a.nL for the hulida\. -)n Christmas
part of the tradition of Mrs. Steers' Es- the snmoi asborrd. the- rn.aiiiin n.al.
childhood. Or, Christmas morning the is set out foi famiIl\ and friends and
thire children. Philip. 11. Yolan. 9, and then the children receive their gifts.
"How the Crunch stole Christmas" makes fine holiday) reading for Carine, 3'.. and Dean, 6,

uiun ii' mine 'A

This \nill be the first Christmas on
the Isthmus for Captain and Mrs. Dean
K. Bruth and their two% children, Dean
Arthur. 6. and Carine, 3. who came to
Coco Solo from New Orleans October
2, accompanied b\ Mrs. Bruch's mother,
Mrs. Clauie Tanghe. of Flanders, Bel-
gium. Nlri. Biiich, who was born in
Blcgi. um and lied there until nine
\-ars ago. finds some parallels between
C:hristnmas as hi UI S.-born children
knowv it aild as it \\as obler\ed when
she \"as a child in Blgiunm. Children
in Belgiuni \.wrote letters to St. Nicholas,
ihcii as Deain and Carne do to Santa
Claus. but in BL-gi.um the letters "ere
placed ui the coal-buirninig sto\e, the
children belie\ ing that the smoke rising
sk\A \ard brought their wishles to the
The ( tlildicr in Belgiunl receive their
tilts on Decemrber 6. \nith Christmas
E\ e obser ed as a religious holiday .
St Nicholas. hancdsoniel\ dicsscd aLid
\-ealig a hat like the Pope's, now'
co.'nts on a ship or in a plane. But in
hiMr. Brunch's childhood lie lode a
donkey\ Before going to bed December
children of the Dean K. Bruch's. of Coco Solo

6, the children always placed their
shoes by the chimney and put out car-
rots for the donkey. Black Pete, carry-
ing a sack on his back, accompanied St.
Nicholas, who would knock at the door
and ask if the children had been good
or bad. The good children received
gifts. The bad children were taken away
by Pete in his big sack.
Third generation Canal Zone on their
father's side are the five children of
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Howard Dogu6
of Rainbow City. Christmas prepara-
tions at their home begin well in ad-
vance of the holiday, with everyone,
%e Li Tudith \\hi- list \, -al miss.-il bu:.iig
a (h-,'stmas bab\ 1:i\ t .o da,. s. Ic-n iid ig
a i.aiid. Ti? l.-st itir.- ta ,,i, lhi-me
this \ear ill start oii DcL)-Cmbr-i i 23
\ith judith'~ biithdac. parti;
(On Christm.h, E,- Mr. and M, s.
D.i.ztic and tht- l: ( i ilI, l i: i .-tt .-ntt.cl
NMlhiilat MNass. 01 .11is/ d..l Gall" On
their retain lihomi tl, Cluistias siippei.
01 C. Inll d(/ \ 'l ld d Is I etl\ ed f1.At.ll i;g
oi,, soup. tainale-, made % ith poiik or
clhickke. aid eciiwno. The tiamal:s are
iIadI bi Mrs. Dogues mother, v.l,:
.,it b lorin ill \uriz-i.,i!a h.it lii Ilriide
Piaairtiia her hoi n i -e 1i, ai.v' \,.'a :.
All cokinig ,I l (iCtrit"itias Da\ is
dont ail-ad oi tim :. s.:i\s Xl D,. .,
so that tlhe dar is %\ ork-htee.
Cliistiiias cliiinei is -er\ rd on C(liist-
E\. .at th. I,,m,, i:,t Mit. and MN is. J. \\.
Cofin, [i in Catiin .ind. for tc,-ks
bhrhr-. all seenli Coffin chldrhen tilml
L,. in,.. 16. anid Joi.. Jr., 15. dovn to
little C..d I'atc .A ,a,,d in nimaking
d.-..,i.ati,.ons and then- decL-01atin.g thc
hoii -.

Traditionally, in a custom handed
down in Mr. Coffin's family, no cooking
is done on Christmas Day so that there
is time for visiting and enjoying visits.
On Christmas Eve all go to Mass, except
the littlest ones. Then, after everyone
has gone upstairs to bed, the little gate
at the foot of the stairs is closed. On
Christmas morning, Mr. Coffin is 'the
first to go downstairs. He turns on the
tree lights and the children file down-
stairs, in reversed order of their ages,
Continued on page 20

All the cooks in the foreign-cooking
class of the Cristobal Woman's Club
aet their spoons in the Christmas pot.

Aboie: Chales T. Jackson,
Jr. ad hlis daughter, Marilyn,
share a Christnmas birthday.

Croton leaves, a t ited t\ ig,
pods are turned into center-
pieces by Mrs. Thomas Fel.


The Christnima celebration starts to\ das earl\ %%ith a biithda\
Part% for Judith, at the Rainbow Cit' home of Mr. and Mrs. Dogute.

Capt. \\. H. Mum on. Mrs. NMumon. Harr%. and Suisan
cut poinsettias at their home not far troni Ganiboa.

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The Gorgas Administration Building,
at the left, ian\ be eliminated
under the proposed plan

C \.u.L ZONE HO-.PIT.AL, \\hiikh pr .i-'.id
me-:ldia.l .cadi- iot oiIl\ for Panama Canial
prsoiel bu.it for pei sonirel of ti.: .m nied
s.-r ii.'. statniied heir. are in for a ser-
iis %A f m l,-0 iim pl \,.. i ln ts.
In thle [:plamiiri sta.:i. or actually
I.uiide. wa., ar-i: A (uOpll_-t.I nl [it-\
biliclnd.z ft,:r Gorgas 1-lispital. additions
and improvements at Cuco Sol', Hos-
pit.il. and some remii.deling at Corozial
Their cliIhaiges at C.Go;igas Hospital, the
major healtlI iistitutioii in the Canal
Zone. \,o.ld i qluie a .1nipl,-ti ret. amp-
iiig of tihe 77-\-ar-oll hlopit.il's plant.
Thi.,\ '.i:mld be .th. tLiouth major ret-
o, gilizatior, of the hospital \ lili h % as
b.ilt hi th,- Fi,.rich in 1SS2. rebuilt by
the Americans in 1904, and rebuilt
.;giin after the end of the construction
PI.ln for the "new Gorgas" were re-
comnif idedtci in reports submitted to
CG- teiiir Putt-r b\ a group of hospital
ct.'sulltanits and by a le.iding firm of
I:ospitail .ilC lit,.- ts

The C',nslltaiitUts ai: th lieini of miies
A. Hanilton Aos,.iates. of Minnreapolis.
who icieniitl\ tn.idic a sln l\ (e i At hospital
facilities and ineds ini tlii.- Canal Z.one.
lTll .ilchitects .a, Smitlh HiichlImain
Grills Associates. Inc. -f Detroit. Thii
reports aid reci.immiinirdati'rn ae nr.t\
under consideration.
Til: pi:'pos,:d plan for G(-iigas Hos-
pital calls for thl construction of a fi e-
.t.. i, building i:o thli sit- uf thl.- existtiL
parking lkt. s,..iouthel.t.t of th- Si-ction A.
Bilildii.g It Iha berl'! SO de:lsigind that
it C-,ild bie qip.iided ini thie future
thiioigh ithe ad:lition of floors vaid ings
In its lu. st ataCe it ,:luild hta. c a capa:itt.\
of 120I bt-,i. bu.t tlhl additi:iis anld in-
largements ,i-.uld in,:rase this to '310
beds. \\t i '.the-i.in outpatielit f.ia li-
Thu- irai.ii entrance to the entire hos-
pita'. including the :outpat.riit clinics.
would be from Cniga.s Rioad at the ihrst
floor k\ el of the ne\'. biuildling. Tliis i,-
tran c \ ouild be mnuilh rini e accessiblee
than that Lf-.r the lhi.spital at piesreit.

A.-mple pai;r g 'p."c,: v..uild be avail-
able adlaii:nt to this eirtrarice.
It, additi.i t i the iie, hIuildir'ii. the
I,: amiped and nlidetrlizi.d Coigas Hos-
pit.ial Ouiil .I ludie thle tll:, Iic ng x itit-
I Ilspital lbuildie : S,<.ti,:,iis A and
B t!h Ob-G\ii Bi.uldlum.. the M,:,ti.ar\
Building. a-ind o.tller ssn. thr stuc.itui'es
\\ lii,: !i-t:i i.i e \aIIio,.S litilt.tes and the
st:.am plant.
Settlins C a,:d D o.ild i) ,lngeti
b, pait of the hI-,s-pital prpe. Th,:e is
a. poS.-.ibilih \ th.t the.-, t\i o \,ii _,i.I in i hllt
I r.(:ri\ c trt .,d iiito s iiil! .p jal c tse ,ts for
lv.,pital pirs,_,nr,-|l.
Th.: iie' a, ontu>.t,..n at C,.,r.yas Hos-
pital wouldd include all clinic a:ti\ities
thit di._.tal. d-epa tiM,.rit. surgL.ia! .uite.
I CAo'.i\ di rA, LC [Ji. 4.l j.t I ile siuppl the
l.buoaitu\. a li:,_,., tlhe pharmacy:.
and the ad riittini,. adi:nu-istratie and
busiine.-s o:ffi:es. Thi_ '. ..u.Mld also be
an eme'gt ic.\ slit.- Il this buIldinti. The
iipper floors \,._ul:d iinlhude sp:a-e for
120 Nbds.
Both Se.ti-..ns i and B .,:uld be

DECEMBER 1. 1959

Major improvements
are planned for



Changes wiill affect all major
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Pre-holiday shopping
trip ends up with




TrN ing on shoes is fun; salesgirl Elida Sandoval i, amused, too.
No% it looks as if we're getting somewhere.

N:_.,T LC'NG, GC'. before /.hss
:...; ie I .:',.. II. h u.r p..ti ,n ) 3
me ea..:j I. the .-ilannti :,ide .-.ith her
f:mrril, th, e I 1 r ic,:e I kC '.ll.juah- s 'he
ond her rrn-imoter -".er or, a shopping
Trip in EBal:.o Th, ended u.p in the
:hoe :e,,.rs.n .T--r. e tI:: c.i,:.e finally/
found a p plef. par of poaert lealter
slippers The:e photo:roaphs (..hich
coIIld ho.e beer of on,' three-vear
old) 4ho .- h ho happened.

Look, Nlormmn this is the one I "ant...

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DcCEMBEn 4, 1959

Turned out to be pretty dry business. after all.

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Worth knowing .
Those red flags wh ic!h ha\e been SflYin i in \ various loca-
tions at Balbo.a Heiglhts are in it danger signals; they
mark the location of approximately 20 new houses
which will be built du riig tie 1961 fiscal year housing
program. Thle new quarter. w\i LchI \% ill be built at the
same time as ti t third part of tle La Boca housing
project gets iiundc r"1a\ wd ill all be siile-tamily houses
of various t vpes. Tihe\ ill inli.ide both uiit and off-
tlie-griiiid mIodels.

People w ho live in ne\\ houses are more likely than
those in otlde:r quarters to be interested in air condi-
tioners, elt-ctlic clotlles driers, and other r nmoderin ap-
phlaItces. At least, that scems to be the s\.i it workss in
the C.nal Z.'ine. The electrical po\\er load for Los
Rio s. a communiIit\ o(f ine\\ houses, las increased ap-
proiniately 50 p trcent in tlhe past fe" months. ac.:cird-
inig tj the Electrical Di vision. The explanation for
this. iu. ofnhialli. is that the people there are bi. ini.
more Iea' \-dit\I appliances which use more power.

Formal opening of the iewr Panama Canal ga.Loline
seiricr- station at La Bo-ca lias been slcheduled for the
near fu.ture. probably ne'.t week. The new" station.
\whic will replace the present gasoline station at
Balboa Heilits. v\ ill liha r ix s .'soilinr pumps. Provision
I1a alSo I-eln mlade at tl le Ilet-\ station for minor CLIs-
tomer series:' Mhich were formerly provided at the
Anlicon Carage. Thes,- in lude car \i lasllinl4 and hlubiica-
tion. tire--cliaiing'z facilities. batter\ iclntal. and the
sale of batteries. aiutomobil'e accessories, and other
smlll parts.

Kitchen cabinets aIre liiglit on the list of qu.liarters im-
pru\ements t, I1e- made Ib tlIe PadnaiLt Canal Com-
pany with eCtra funds approved recently bI the Pan-
ama Canal Compan. 's Boad of Directo-rs for this fiscal
\Leai's Lil ability\ Priogram. The mnie,-v s ill be used in
Canal iiiarters for iimpro\ements requested by the
occupants. T'le LiSability Program Committee has
announced that the funds \\ill be spread out so that
as fmai impro\Lmellts as po-ssible can be granted.

The opening ceremony for the ne, Balboa High School
Activities Building will be held this month as soon as
thie last of the 60( seats are installed in its auditorium.
The last slipImi-ent of the seats %\as diue in the Canal
Zone this \week from Ne\\ York and \ ill be installed
by the contractor as soon as possible. School officials.
also plan to Ihold this year's Christmas music pioro'aii
inr tlhe newv auditorii.al, as \well as a high school play.

Men outnuLnber \somen a little oe- fous r to one in
tlhe Companl --C oernmeInt organization. accord ilg to
statistics compiled recently b\ the Personnel Bur.eau.
Of tlle appi \iroiately 1.3.001 -mplloyees :on the Canal
force S5.3 p-ercen't \I erC- men. \\'ornl.e outnumber men.
as miiiht be expected. onl\ in tlie schoscols and hospitals.


A LITTLE \VATE R BON at Gatiiii Locks, ) ,.ars _gP_,, walkingg
......... al i)ig in thc tropical stIin with a five-gailluh can of drink-
ing water on his head, serving laborers who seemed to
Shave an ilnl uenlchiable thirst, often day-dreamred of hat

Bit never in his wildest dremi did vo ungi Alenanlder
Frank Betty see himselF as lie is t,,cay-aV IP clri\vur.
Atlantic side chauffeiir ti) five. e0_-Cl iciItie Can-al Zone

\\ITH THIS ISSI.E of THE RE IE\1, its staff says a regretful
goodll e to Earl A. Dyer, Sipcrirntendent of the Pan.iain
Canal's Printing Plant at Mouniit Hope. As of today\ he
sltould be somewhere in the San Fernando Valley in
Califoinia. over 36 \ears of experience in the printing
bisiiies behind him.
Altliougli le does not retire officially uitil early in
January. lie and his \ ife sailed No\n ib,-r 20 on a
trciigliter for Caulifornia and their new home.
Throughout the life of THE REVIEw, Mr. Dyer's long
experience lias bec-n invaluable in solving the manii tech-
nical problem that arose .alonh the way. He helped to
select tle paper on ,i.\ hici it is printed the type ini which
it is set, the colors which are now used. Sometimes. in an
emergency, he even helped to _,et its type.
His backgrouiind was especially helpful several months
ago during the change from the long narrow form in
which this monthly publication was started to the
shorter, wider foin mat in \\ liih it now appears.
Born in \1aslinigton, D. C., he served an apprentice-
ship as a printer there. He had worked for over three
years with the Go\ ernment Printing Office in the capital
when lie first came to the Canal Zone as a monotype op-
erator in 1926. After two \ears at Mount Hope, he re-
turned to WV.asiniit,-in but he still felt an urge for the
tropics and in 19-41 was back again \ ithi the Panama
Canal's Printing Plant.
In mid-1953, he became foreman of the Monotype
Section, two years later he was promoted to what is
kniownr as "Group Chief," and in December, 1956, was
made Superintendent.

C;vernors. and driver for C.iongressn-en and Senators on
their isits to the Canal Zone.
Alexander Frank Bett\. or list Frank. as ie is known
on the Atlaritic side ot tlie Istlinhmus. i, tlii senior driver
in the M- ltor Transportation Di\ isionr on the Gold Coast.
both in point of service and in \ears. He is tle proud
possessor of a Company-Government 40-\ ear service
award and carries a card showing 13 consecuti e \ears
as a safe dri\er.
He was born in Gatun on November 25, 1896. son of
Jamaican parents who came to the Isthmus during
French Canal construction days. From his first ob as
water bo\ with the Canal organization, he \worked up
to delivery boy, then a Commissary Di\ ision dri\v r. and
for many years the Canal Zone Chief Quartermastier's
driver. Some 15 years ago he was assigned tle care and
driving of the Governor's car in the Cristobal area.
His passengers have included many Very Important
Persons. When Queen Elizab.-th and Prince Philip isit-
ed the Canal Zone, his car was the seco-ind in line in the
oiffcial party.

DECEMlBER -. 1959

A THIRD CENEHITION Zonian, young Dianne Hutchison,
of Diablo Heights. is setting records these dais in her
typing class at tilt- Canal Z.'-li Jlniiir Collee.
The other day she whipped tlihighl a ten-minute
speed test, taping 62 words a minute without a single
error, and then \\ent immediately\ into a th1ree-rniritei
test of figures and s.\ iiib-l.s fr.in tie top ri.\\ of her type-
\ writer. and did this alsu \' itli.ut ia mi takc.
That is k,)id t'. ping fi ti .r ari\one, uncl less a 19-\ear-old
ii Ilir sei,,rid \ciar ot .ia ecretar. al ctiurse. H1er instruc-tir.
S. S. Clark, .\s lie ca.ii'it remmit- er a single such in-
_t.ince it, libs 12 \ears ,t tn-. JA.ni,.r Collh:',te.

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A SCHOLARLY MONOGRAPH on a little-known subject, the
"humpbacked pottery" of Panami:, is the latest effort of
Philip L. Dade, one of tht- Istlhus's leading amateur ar-
chaeologists as well as Chief of Civil Defense.
The monograph was printed in Etlios, which is a
p'i.blication, of thle Etln1iio.nraphicalM. is.it-iii :of Stockholm,
Sweden. Mr. Dade: is on-e o-f \ry few Ihthmians \\hose
findings have been piubliht-d b\ the M.NlseIum.
He based his sti.d\ on all a\ail.able local collections of
human effigy vessels found in pr: -Ci ilumnbiaii grades in
thi- Ctentral and \\:-sttern Pr'-viinLes. )t -43 identifiable
liumanar effig\ figures from Coelk 22 \ ere defiBnitely hump-
backed. Se~ln iothliers \\ert foui.nd in \cragilas. .mnd one
Colh-type liniunlipack \\as e-\ca\ated at \eiiado Beaclh.
Hlnlmphack effigies liave been foiiind in the United
States, in Central XAmerica. aiid iii \'eni,:-7ela, Brazil, and
Peru, and Panama has now been added to the list.
Mr. Dade, wvho served as thie President of the Archaeo-
logical Society of Panamiia for tlreei ear.s, is noi\\ working
on what ile calk the "Dade Formi.'l.i" for the identifica-
tion of the sti-.urce of p l)ch-roime pott-rl oif the Panaima
Central Provinces.
"This," lie s.is, "is neither as simple nor as dull as it
may sti-i.md. 'Paiiilam.niair p.iinted potter\ is of a \ery
high artistic (ualit. is extr-emel bheauitifuil and exquisite-
1\ execi.ted. Professi.lnail arclae-Ilgists ha\e limited this
ilndigfent]il.ils lt. it xpresi i.n to Cu1L t. Otliers extend
it to the Aziiero Ptninuiila. I think that a considerable
part of it oliti iniattdl iln \l :r.i.ie s. iniccldcng a hlt hereto-
fore believed to liahi- oritiinated Ill Cole.

Dianilne doesn't spend all her time stuid\ inig. altl ho h
shell dc-es have some night classes. She pl.i \ed guard on
tile CZJC i(rils' all-stl.r basketball team liichl won the
int,:-rrslolastic championship. She plays piano and is
studio inll the- accrdialn.
Diainnrc is tlie dauiiliter i-of Mr. and Mrs. Donald P.
Hutchisoi of Diablo Heihlits. At one time she thought of
b1) iin. a \t-teiri.rii. but has switched to secretarial work.
Ne\t \ear. she lipes to att-end Webber College, in Flor-
ida. rinl come out a full-fledged secretary.
Botl, of Dianne's grandfathers camin to the Canal Zone
duririn tlie coiistri[ctiion d.1ws. One Se.,le. ,\urked in tin- Claims B.urleau al-id the otlhe:-r,
Cliarlts E HutchisMin i as with the Locks. \a herc Dianne's
tath.-r n.ir \\ -)rks. Biotll hler father and mother are former
Jiiio,r College students.


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Luxury Afloat

SE\VERA-L THOU .'SIN Americans \iho place, enpllasis i lon
comfort and pleasure \\ill arrjme in the Canal Zone this
winterr as passengers aboard onie of the rnost luix.irious
cruise liin i c to pl\ tlith se s. Tlhe shiip ma i'\ of \\ licli
are iisuall\ on the North Atlantic riun. are di\ erted during
the winter months o t the Caiibbean or on trips around
thle \\ world, their" itineraries geare'-d t t. attr.tct tl- rists iwho
have a )yen. r for 1ar-i\-away roniantic pl.ces.
While thieY sail tlrouitl the ha-lm \\,at-i~s of tle tropics
passengers on tle cruise liners have plenty to amuse
themselves on board these Hflatilng palacrs. Tle\ keep
bus \ith l deck sports. games, and s\\ ilmmin' during the
da\ aind lIitterirvo,, entertain m nt in tlie, e\e ni at smart
ocean-g,)oing slipper club ; and theaters suchi aIs that Ion
the brand new Rottidanm. \which can t seat 61.1 Ipersons.
While the\ are here the tourists \ ill probably\ tour
the Locks and most likely\ make a partial transit through
tlhe Cut onl the ferryboat F,:.sidntd: Piimas.

The Cunard liner Caronia
makes at least two visits
to Panama a season.
She was designed to do
nothing but cruise.
The Orsova goes
around the world.

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The newest queen of the seas
is Holland's Rotterdam,
above. She is due here


December 16 on her
first cruise.
1 Kungsholm and Bergensfjord,
S at left, are old visitors.

DECEMBER 4. 1959




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Engineering Consultant for the Panama
Canal Company, and Canal officials on
the modified specifications for the re-
plac:ement of towing locomotives for
the Panama Canal Locks, were com-
pleted in November and the specifica-
tions with milhoi t:chliiic.al moldificiations
were sent to \ ':shinijgton l : r \ it\\ and
appro\ al.
The hiis "eie reacdertised late in
Ni,\ n-mib-r and ai.: to be opelti-d at
Balboa H.-i.l-ht 45 caledrlar da\s aft er
the adl\citiseminlei t. ,or So01ln time earl\
in jaiitail.
Early in November, the five manu-
factuiing conmp.miis \ hich siibmitt-'d
bids I.n Icplaceniciirt to\ ing loc.mnoti\es
\were notified that all bids l.hd been
re-ec ted dcue to "' \ir.~inl deti c.s of ion-
re.ponsi\- ni:s' s inl the bids." aind that
the oiintiact \\ouild be read\citied afteti

Specifications for the locks towine locomotiheN are examined b. Lt. Col. R. D. Bronii.
Jr.. Carl H. Cirou-. engineering consultant from W\'ashington. and Robert D. Donaldson.


ONE OF THE M.OST s[p-.i:tAi:l.ilAt opeia-
Ai-I,,. ,-0,, i.:..n t,:l d '\ith thli. construction
l.it thE iin:'. .iige a1- rii:n the Canal \%as
.,i-pl-t.id l.ast miontli Ni lien a 100-ton
i.iit of pni,:itab icated steel bracing
.;h'iih h.miii- th- h.rnework for the
tco ite daii -f Peii No,. 5 \\as rnio\ ed
hioin Di-'ckl 7 in Balbiia. hleii: it had
b,::i an. .hillleid and t.ik:rn across the
( ia l c1l-.iri:! to thl.- pier location on
thl,- ,. st s lI,: ,-,t thle (tanal.
The opi.iatiiiii was a ticklish one
which iii\ .l'.:led the suspension of the

franme\_,rk tiom the end r-f a special
0boo0I m.,rinted on big de-rir.k barge.
\ which lhad l:en biiugfht to the Cainal
from San Irancisco for this piurpo-.e.
The liniame ':lk measuriin 40 feet
in, \\idth. 100 tfect in lerigth and -:l
Ieclt in depth. \as s\ In.igi easil\ oft Dock
7 and lmo\ed \\itlhout incident on the
hiich tide .cios, the (.ha!iie! and lo\\el-
ed into Il-,L.ti.:.n. Ti.. ,.tfei adim. h ich
V ill be i.i.d in tine cmonstruc.ti.in f the
largest of the concrete biidige piers.

bliacrs the llitercli.. kitig-id.d sheet
pili h[.:li ik dli eii \c i tii: lls niie at
a tim'i, arouiind the L-des ol the filame-
\iuk. Because ,-t tremendo.is \.:atcr
pi :-,.i Eli, the inteina! biacir,? has b:c_,
car.ef-li!! prefbabrniated si that thi:
famee\ ork can be madce t -) p i [i l im thel
dual fiiii.tioni of Ilaci ll and template.
In i:ldc.r to build the biilgde pier. the
'aterl v ill lie pilinpld floin the uiside
of the:o- fterdam and the concrete for
the pier \ ill be pilil:d "in the dr\."

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The big cofferdam, closeup above, sits sec-
urely on the Canal bottom, ready for con-
crete pouring. At right, the cofferdam on
Dock 7, before moving into the channel.

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ZONI. NS SOON \,ILL BE _iSKED to share
tlei %t health.
Not the dollais and cents int theli
p.,ckits. but the \\iwalth of trees and
shii.iubs v. which i roii iii their .arcitiis.
within n a slhrt tune. Zone house-
h': .kl rs ll ie> i>'. e qlij.l u ti)onni aii es frum'i
the Siiuppll and CoiimlunitL SerT ice Bu-
i-au. asking the-n tLI liNt ian\ plants
'.i I. ahe -surplus ti their niveds and
v. hii. could be used to build up a nur-
s:'. tur Future planting The sliubs Andi
otlht gEciiier, N.o t,,ccumiulated would d
Ili: itiiz:-d in lai diJscaping ni\- quarters.
\\ itl-, a ii.lwser., :of thrr inie plants and
siiLubs to dcra'\ flio. the Zone'%. laind-
Si.ape m \n \ ill bL- able to arrange the
1l,.1ihtitig aIluulhd the ,,\e houses so that
i': v 1 l lo,,k as it it had be in there Loi
)ica-I and V'.ill nut hat\c the ra\v. un-
i;iiiii.d as.pet of tih: usual i"e\ garden
The idea o1 the shale the health plan
d.c l,,-iped icent't. iih,-i, L. .\. Fer-
gi.ison. Supply and Comiun it\ Ser ice
Dtiactor. Icarined that one Zonian had
duiiated a thri\ ing small tree v. hch lie
cdid not need in his \.rd. Mr Ferigusori
h-Igran to ask \ h,-tlher otlh:r Zorians

Iighlt nott ha; e plants w\hlici the\ % ould
'i' .i a\ rather tlian upIoot and dump
i1n the tiash carn.
The plants and. shrubs \i which ZoniariS
ma\ donate miiilit uIilucle either those
% which hat\e multiplied so fast that thle\
hit\, grto\i n out ot thr places lesgiiiatcd
t.wr them. or plants i hich aie health\
but aie not flouinishing in their present
I.i'.:ati.o but mii-lit dlo \cll else', here.
.An teample of the toimner is the Ic-d
U110,-I v. whichh lias becomri such a Lawol ite
,e-.enit!\ in th.. C.anal Zone. In tlhe latter
cl.as-plants not it home ill their present
!,cat,: ,,-,:culd: ,.':lm e Slchl shulbs as
4aiidelairiis. hiich are haiithl\ sc-lecti\e as
to \\ heirc th,\ d., best
The- plant, aiid su.ii ils whii:hi re
piifcrl!ed ini ainswr to the- question-
naires ill bir e\.iamied bv exptcits in
.a!tdhir'.:. If the\ i.an lie used tl-e\
mill be cart.iiIll ieUio\i-d b\ Comnpani
.iid> ineil .

.. J. Zablocki. at right. % ho ha, one of the
greenest thumbs in Los Rios. and Agrono-
mist \\. R. Lindsa' in the Zablocki garden.


v hi.i.h 1 as fuirnied ini Feb uar\ 1955 as
a D)I ision of the Enginleerin' and Con-
Nitl ultiion tlliii L it, coordinate all phias s
S4 ti, .',work of cri\ ci ting tli- Paanama
(C.inal electrical po\\er s'\stlem to 60-
<.',<.e ci.trent. \v.Ill cimin to an official
cid January 1. 1960.
Thlir adn-luaiters. no\" located in
bLiiildin '911. La Boca, \%ill be closed
,ald I. Bartle\ Sniith. \1iho has been
PFiole(t Engineer since 1957. \\ill return
to his toriier po.sitionr as the Panaiira
( .anal Electrical Engineer.
There are still some prolc- ts on hic Ii
,''-,k is Ilea.ilrg complet,'iin but whichh
\ ill continue b e.ond the closing date
ot thL: organization. The\ are: Com\ei-
sioin i. thic p.i,\it-r system remlot,- con-
trol and lela\ system. \\lich i\ill cen-
tialize remote control of all po-\:r
pl.ats andi substations at a dispatcher's
Board in the Balboa Substation: the
coili lsioll of the electrical equipment
onii tihe r-nmote- control is\tem of tlhe
Caimiboa. Corozal, Balboa. aiid Mira-
rfl'-res I.pump stations and the conver-
sLiilr and modernization of the Mira-
flores Substation.


Of these three the most impoitanrt is
the po'.lcr s steml remllote coolntil. oine
ot the major projects in scope of the
poi. er conversion project. Work \ as
started onr this contract in 1955 b\ tlhe
Bright Electhic Const auction Comnpani
and h\\en it is completed, the oper.a-
tion of the tNo h\dr,) plants. t\ho of
the tlhee existing dies-l plants. and all
tii, maihi substatioirs \ill be handled
through a single control board at Bal-
boa. The s\stllm \ill permit remote
iontroll. metteiiln. and supei\ision of
all important tunctioins of each station.
The ieniote: control lt the three pump
stations from a central control board at
thle Nirafll ies filtiatJon plant. \\ while not
ciiectl\ connected %\ith the 60i-c\icl
concision work. is being handled by
tlhe p.,v.e.i conrL'esion project sit5.e the
i!istallationi ale similar to those for the
po-er s\ stem. The \\ork is being done
b\ the Electric Serxice Coimpanyi of
Panama on a contact let in November
195S. The project Ishould be completed
b\ February\ .3. 1960.
Th- \\ork at Miraflores Substation.
being done b\ L R Sommel at a cost
of more than a half million dollars. \\ill
b~ completed ii, January.

Still to be done at a lat(.r .late is the
cnli\rsioli of thl, track Lircuits of the
Panama Canual Licks so that 60-c\, le
p[i ei .can be pro\ ided to.i the In,\ locks
toii i. llcoml-,ti'.es oLd n .lhich bids ai e
not\ beiniu solicit,-d. and conversion o(f
tli- sixth iand last gitelatol at the ;atiii
H\dro electric Statuin aft.i the installa-
tion of tihe l tolig liocomoti\ es.
The giLantic lob of conuiertirng the
Paunama Canal pio-er system from 25-
to 60-tc\cl current \\as started oificiallh
ini 195-i.
In addition to the ciration of ti.,-
Poi er Couiersion Prolect olCeanizatioin
tli-e followi0~\ g \Seai tlt, Siixt'-C\cle De-
sign'i Bian ch \ s set up i, the Engiineer-
1i1, DD isionr. lihaded b\ L. B. Sart.in to
hli.iiind des;ig s and specitficati.iins. This
branch \a s Leinttegrated \ith the Elei-
ti ial-,hcihariical Br.iAn'li in Septri mb.r
"ith MI. Sbat.lai as Chief
Muich -t the field \ oiIk in connection
with the proil:t. eouts.:le .-i that done
on conl0tiaut. \\.as co.n3llteCd b\ thlie Parn-
amla (aial Electrical Di\ision forces
\lichi I durinmi the tim,- it ac'u.a! coln-
veision. kept 25-c\cle aid 60-c\cle
po,'er floiiJig \\ liire it \\as ncedeld.

I -

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'4 -
sA. 4a

Crippled children
now being helped in




A NEW PHYSICAL THERAPY service, designed to .,aiskt cliil-
dren with physical handicaps has just been introduced
into the Canal Zone schools with the arrival hclre oit lMi.
Shirley Francis, who has had 12 year's experience \\ork-
ing with crippled children.
Iiiaui,.iratio.ii of the new program marks the first time
that physiotherapy has been incorporated into the
schools themselves. Heretofore children w lho needed
such treatment were cared for at Gorgas Hcspit.l.
Now, at her headquarters at the Balboa EIenment.ir
School, Miss Francis is giving special care to childri-en
with neuro-ImusUl.Lar disorders, such as those from polio
or cerebral palsy, which require long-term treatment.
The children range in age from pre-school toits of t\wo
years up to junior high school students of 15. ThI-ir trea.t-
ments vary according to their needs. Some ar,: till %,ui k-
ing for head and sitting balance and learning tu, cratwl.
\\ ilh otlhiers are able to do more specific milsl e-strenl -
thening exercises, practice better walking b, -l re full
length mirror, or ride the bicycle exerciser.
The new program is coordinated through the Special
Ed cl-Liation Branch, with medical referrals throi.hl C;. r::is
Hospital and the Physical Therapy Departmlent tll:re.
No child is accepted without a doctor's prescription for
physical therapy.
Miss Francis, a Registered Physical Therapist. ciomies
to the Canal Zone from the Mh.,dv State Schoo-l for
Cerebral Palsied Children at Galveston, Tex.. \v.lire
she was Director of Rehabilitation, clinical super \ is or
for physical therapy students from the three tr.ilninig
schools in Texas, and guest lecturer at the UIiei.rsit\ o(
Texas Medical Branch.
Along with the introduction of the new pl\sical
therapy program came the inauguration of a s:l ie-s of
clinics. The first of these was held in Novermbeir at tlie
Balboa school.
The consultants were: Dr. Daniel Hirschl, pedli.atl ic .n
Dr. Ben L. Hull and Dr. R. F. L,:gg. orthopedists .J.
Shea, who is Gorgas Hospital's specialist in m.ikiitr; mdl
fitting braces; and Dr. Howard Pritham, school pl sic ian.
\\'irkinig with them were members of tli, speciall
Education staff, including James Wolf, coordiii.,it.r \iiss
Frlaicis: Dr. Mary M1iiroI clinical psychologist. Mrs.
Jean Karch, occtlipatioinial therapist. Miss Marilin Fl iin.
sp.etl, correctionist; and Miss Thelma Godwin. a teaciter
for the school's special classes.
The clinics open with a case history of each child to
be presented during that particular session-abouit s,-.een
are to be examined at each clinic. After a case liistor\
is presented, taking in the diagnosis of each chiild's par-
ticul.ar trouble, his previous illnesses, the therialp lie hias
received and like subjects, brief summaries are present t cd
by the others attending the clinic. Dr. Hirseil and one
of the orthopodists e..mineri each of the children. The
clinics conclude with a case disc.isiiin and prescription
or recommendation for further treatment.

16 DECEMBEFm 4. 1959

Patienthl. slo I. Shirle. Francis helps Ic-
educate nmucles andi nieries lhich ha'e
heen damaged. The broad. delighted smiles
on the faceC of the children sho%% that the'
appreciate hat ihe i, doing. On the op-
posite page. Miss Francis u"oks "ith Jack
bager. 6. of .lbiook. At the right she and
Gloria ha\ Bullock. 4'. of Ft. Kobbe. use
the long mirror in the physical theiapt cen-
tri to check the progress Gloria has made.


THiE '- I ,T iTEFE-TIeNC thing about his posi-
tii :,1 (ian..LI Z 'n_ Mi,.iitraite. sa\ s ohln E.
Dt-min'I,. r,-ippl -initd l.ast im r ith toh his see-
inrid fu.ir-\iar tr-rn ,n the B.Alboa bench,. is

that there is something new e\er\ cda\.
If being a NlMaistr.ite has an\ drawbacks.
ie adds, it is that the r are not enouglT "chal-
hle- ~ir and purely legal questions to be
soicdl But that is because as a laI\ er he
enjoys let1al problems jiist as a ;:ood many"
tac.countants einjo\ figures for figures' sake.
Altl-i:hotughl1 most people tliiiik of a -lMagistrate
in term ot a nlan \ ho ianri l out fines for
traffic vi ilati.ios. or sentences petty offenders.
or sits in pri:liiiiii.nli hearings of cases triable
in tle District Court. actually the criminal
cases are -onl\ a small part of the Magistrate's
loaid. The ci' il case load in the Balboa court
Ihs. increased marikedl -4-13 such ca;ises in
the past fiscal \:.ar .i a .1A\ as as il the pre-
x iouS 20 \ ears'a lt,- .ztl-er.
Born in Bi-ok-n Bon\. Nebr.. in the heart
of the Inldia,'i c.ountrv. Jlude D-niinS; attend-
ed tihe U'niv rsit\ of'f Nebraska. For a time lie
practitcd la\ in his iliome t,\\% Durirn the
\\ar. lie served \itli the Armi in the Euro-
pean Theater, and \as \\ithl troops w which
cntcr,:d France onl\ 1 dl\as Adter D Da\.
He \\as discharged in 14-15 as a Major.
Aftt-r the \\ar. lie w\as elected ser\ ice offi-
ce-r for Custcr Co.int\'. assisting_ veterans.
Lat-r lie became Ciiuint\ Attornle\. \hicli
is the ie same thin as a State .Attorine else-
\\here. He left this post to become Assistant
Uniitcd States Attorne\ in Omalha He % as
with a pri\at, laI. firm in Omalha when he
w\as appointed Canal Zone Magistrate in
October, 1955.

THiE P.4N.\M.\ C.~\.\L RE\VILW

Daniel E. Nicholas
Lui, Rosero
C.rp,_ it-r
Alfred C. \\illiams
Belisario Angulo
L.I borer
Clyde A. Scale.
Ralph II. Graham
Po.,\ r Pl.i.t Chl.f



Telheld D. Landers
Truic Dri. r
Leopold S. Welch
Clerk I
Zedekiah E. S
C1.1,.,Lh ur

Ralp ue\
iR i 'I. .:.r

I le E. King

Adolphus A. Stewart
L.,icl, Di. i:,n Carpenter

CGe ce Thorbourne
C(.'1l CIrk
Franci \VW. Hicke%
Le it F,.r it S... rap

loshua 0. Sa' les
Tru.i. D ,. r

Cldle S. LaClair
Ol) i.ill Phot..,rap.lpi r
Alfonso Beckford
PhI:,t.c r:phi. r
Leonard A. Johns
Pi. ,.t.:,::' i'u-Eq'ji.ipncr t
Op:r. itor
James E. Stearns
El.-imeitar ainl Sco, nid.ar
School Teacherl
Dorca \V. Grecorn
Ei m rn,. t.ir .arid Sccon,. d.tr%.
S.- ....:i l Te.,ta er
Clarence E. Priest
P'.lice P .tt,:
Del A. \\addell. Jr.
PA ce Pr'.. it,
Alfred C. Bushell
Mar. E. Becker
Time. Lt-.e ar : :nd Pa r.:.ll Clerk
George H. Moore
Time. L,:i- ..ii.l Payroll Clerk
Stuart \Vallace
Budc. t Ani I\ st
Norbert H. McCauley
B..Il.J t Anal. -t
Robert C. Heirington
Publ,- \\nrk,, L.,.l Fo.r:.iria
Charles C. Bro" n
Ma\literii.ii.tcem in
George A. Morgan
( ,-erral II. Iper
Eustace .. Laurie
Allton! ..it e EquipLInI!li t
-er\ i. e ii
Jose D. Calanie
Burman S. Spangler
Lead Foreman Carpenter
Albert Saaiillen
ElIictric l Equipment
James D. MacLean
Daniel J. Sullivan
Operator-Foreman Mechanic
Gilberto Llerena
Sinri Paiiterr
M. A. \1 ilkinson
Electronics Mechanics Helper
William 4. Greenidge
El. ctr. i,..i \lechalini Helper
John R. Hammond, Jr.
Super i,:.r' General Engineer
C ril Hamilton
\W ar' -]'l'.ist. n i]ii

IMarti Hurtado
L.tii r.- r
E'eri.t A. Williams
( .), i r'.. illn I
Charle, P. Barton
C .!- lt.i,: tl, ,!l M lu;,I- n.,r !t
\Walltce Cameron
S"1 ll l(t.7 i l .ll '. *-I1 .1 i'!
Eustorio Morales
Oil.: r
lHarold \\. IMe er
I.. i..I F.. I ,,. n P. r t.. r
Gilbeito Rudil
Cr.it. r .a,.I P.ul.er
Leahunte R. Straker
C.! i Iir itrr
\ icente Pinillo
E!.:h i,:,,'s Helpr,-
4. F. Scantlebur;
El. ..nr i V.. H .Ip,. r
Fred 1\. La"rencec
Sanitary Eiiii
Felipe Ortiz
Linton K. Dickes
Jacob Nurillo
S'. un in ln
Garfield Mayers
Nadlibert Ho les

Julian E. b
in l ii
Eail E. MNullin
Dipp)- r Dr.... i. Operator
Ro tron A. Alleine
Isaiah C. Proer
Cable Splicer's Helper
Clifford Pierre
Alfredo Archibald
Normianl Walker
H, ..pit I Attendant
Lillith Blacknood
ldhi... Technician
Vertick Guerrero
Leader Seaman
Victor Johnson
Welder's Helper
Edward W. MacKenzie
Tugboat or Ferry Ci.ef
Adelaido Q. Gomez
Jay A. Elliott

Thomas Palmer
T...:1. Oper it.i'- Helper
IIma.rd( R. jii hnson
Fil. .t
\Willie J. Hatchett
M ,..hi.; t
Feli\ A. Julienne
Helin I. bfiett
M.,._iniri.T'- Helper
Siilli H. KelleT Jr.
L..k Op c.ir:t.-.r Machinist
Rufrence Hemmings
Lock Oppritor'c Helper
Raymond I\. Hooker

Bonilica io Mete
L A,.i. -!
Gilherto Escobar
Juan C. Sing
Lock Operator's Helper

0n Per

Cinefor C.Lash y
H lhur E. Bapt

S D. Re nd

Vi' iana N. Maitinc
Clifford C. Reid

Al thur Baptist
Toribio E. Martin
Leader High Lift Truck
Ther.ea .. Caiter
Victor Salazar
C t ri. d t, r
ErneSto Noioris
Nehemiiah Mloodie
Hid.- Litt 1T... Op.r- tor r
John H. Steiens
Supervisory Procurement
Alfred A. Shoy
Aitliur Loyd Betty
Samuel C. Squiers
Sales Section Head

Eineto L. Fields
CI. rt.
Nephi 0. Harding
S.. ( .... (- -rn er Sur,'rI i.. r
llei r B. Thomas

Kenneth O. Blackman
CI. k
Rub. Anderson
L i ,,:111 Chl.icker
MNanuel Mlunioz
St u P. '.icr
Chiarles L. Parnell
C .I 1. r
C. S. Daniels
C( li lil-. ul
Charles N. Bratlhaite
Tiu.:k Drk ,
Edardl H. Richards
Tru,.l: D ir,,. r
Pablo C -iiillo
Tnr..k D i' r
-Hebeit Hansel

Cornelio Ra' en
L -, F. .r.: iiii Carp:it, r
Eicene P. Earle

amne Nk I Donald
Lr Il-r L Il,.,:.irr
Henr' D. Luicap
A ut.ll ,.,i a. .l. .,._ t' H elper
.\hb CGrahain
1.-'h m I1.. u !

Fitzherbert Heath
\\ itr ,. *... C !..rk
Cleophus Ince
Ti.-. i- D r. ..r
Cleophus .. Pariin
Tru. D)it.-i
oIne NI. ,antimateo
T i i,:k 1 l.,.. r
Victor .. Bell
A.it...n,:.ti\ c, E.luipn ih, rl- t
Vr. 11. i mn i
Joseph B. Reid. Jr.
iTrn.k D!!r ,
Claunde Faiin
Tr ,.. Le.,.Irr L l..,.i. r
Roper \ .. Adainis
Superinri teri.lr .t M ..t..r Ti .ins-
porta-Iti'o D i.i.r
Milton H. \\ iilht
El...rr.. i;.n,
Aaron N. Spalding
Tiu.,k Drier
.lanuel Cha\ajiia
Ti i.:k L ,hor.er
Fitz Charles
Trl,..k Diu,.:r
C. .. Piiestle%
Clh. lllul,l!

DECEIBEn -I. 1959

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EMPLOYEES \\lio \\ere promoted or
tliiiitetrrcd bet-\\ecn Octiober 15 and
No,\cliir:r 15 are listed below. \\ithin-
cr.':l- pron:mtioiii anrid job reclassifka-
tih)in i, ii, in)t iip'rt.rl-d
James N. Ho" ell. to MNil Supert'o:,r.
C.,iI)i.m III:mrt ,iurt nd 1ec.ord, Section.
1Ailfred A. Pond. roin Plihtocopt inri-
Equiiipmeit OpL r.ator, Pruitirin Pl.it, Bail-
I:..i,. to M ail Clerk.
Egbert E. Turpin, tU File Clerk.
Charles A. Lee. to Custiom-, Iisp',ctor.
Fire Di% ision
Conla; E. Waldron. from \\atcimian.
C. imrri uiiit.\ SI .r, ic D.i Ri.,ri. to Firn 'l',t-
Police Di% vision
Eruce C. Sanders III. Joseph C. Smith.
tr.mn. u'iil:titite \\ iriid,... Clhrk, Pom tal Di\-
ir. i. t. P.:'lh e P'ri ..t'.
Robert \'. La\% er. to Polio.- Sergeant.
Postal Di\ vision
Charles F. Schonert. to Relief Super\l-
:.r. C ist..b il
Russel E. Helliunid. to Finance Bran.li
Si. pcrinite .l dlerit.
\\illiam H. Basham. Jr.. tio Relief Super-
% 1.-,r. B.alb-a.
I-lohard W'. Blanco. to Clerk-in-Charce
It \\. ,irdo S.rn ice. Crit.bal.
Di\ ision ol Schools
Glad s D. Urena. to. Elemenitir\ Teach-
er L.Atinr A.m-ritL.ni ScIools.
Emelina Hurler. t., lurni.:r Hich Teath-
,.r. L., ii .\Anii'. iii Schloil'
luan E. Hoyte. to Senrii .r High Te.icher.
Lait. .Afieri..nii S. liJooi.,
Eucenio Calame. Clifton lordan. Mrs.
Ma.drie Callender. to Clerk--T pist.
StanleN MN. IHa" kins. to La':lder L.aborm-r.
Bertha E. lMoa. to Pr..ornnel Clerk.
Mrs. Frances T. Palumbo. to RBecre.tirii
b ,lnini'iiri, Le ,.d,. r.
James A. Rodgers. to Lo:cker Roorm .At
S.. idant.
Roland A. Linarc,. Jr.. to Slnimmnrin
['....I \loM '.i .r
License Section
Mrs. Katherine E. Melanson. to Clerk.
Accounting Polices and Procedures Staff
Leslie NI. Spencer. t'. S. itnms A.i,:out-
Accounting Di ision
NIMr. Edith \\. Cotton. !ro!n Supen irn
Ac...-intill: Clerk. T.rniuials Di\iMion. to
Clrk-T'. p't
Mrs. MArtle P. Sparks. t.. Cl,.rk-T' pit
Mrs. Frances L. Pattison. tj An.al., i. Ac-
c runtinr.! A ;-!;it ant.
Mrs. Doroth\ N. Fleshman, to Stenio-
cripl,h .arid T Ipinii lit Sipeixisor.
Treasur% Branch
Mrs. Hazel NM. Hlih. to Clerk iTypinr.i.
Mrs. .delaid MN. Seldon, to A.u unituui

October 15 through November 15
Office of General Counsel
Paul T. Dunn. to Cieneral A.dmlmral .At-
\. .Allen Sanders. to Cenier.l Leciilat..'
Att...n ,e'..
Engineering Di vision
Ra. D. W\ilon. Jr.. h...m Admr. ri-ur,r.
N% eitio [) Dhi\ ii, to Mech.l.niLail Ein-

Mrs. Florence K. Redmond, to Clerk.
Prudencio O. Martiz C.. to GC-nr.r l Car-
tograiIr.Ii Aidl.
Dredging Di ision
\ ictor E. Bailey. \\jatch li.in. from Sup-
pl, D;\ sion. to Dredgini Di\ i'io n.
Electrical Di\ ision
Julicta .roseiena. Clkrk Stenocraphilr.
from Nl Mot,,r Tr.ainport.ati,'i, Di\ ;'i,:i t..
El.- trc.il Dn iiiin.
Mortimer A. \%ilkinson. to Truck Dri er.
Maintenance Di vision
Fidel C. Mackey. tt Mi..-ter Rie.iirniarn
Da id S. Sinclair. to I-.lia. MN i;iteii-
an.e Le:tder Laborer
Fitzgerald Alleie. Dudle. J. Miller. to
Ccrinr.il Helper.
Barrington C. NMLean. from Life Cuard.
Di iion '.f School .. to Painter.
Christopher M. King. fromin Hi'l Litt
Tnick operatorr. Supphl Di iion,. to.:' Lalcr-
er Nla.iritmnrine Di' li.tin.
Division of Sanitation
Moises A. Conte L.. Ir'm \\athin li.
Ra;lroa..l D kiM..i. th. Pc.t C..ntr..I LiLbr,-r
Pastor Cha'cz R.. to E\terinatls..r.
Coroan Hospital
Mrs. Mlar E. Hanna. to T>:ller
Kenneth A. Brathwaite. to Pho-'to-raplhic
L I-dirat:r\ T-,hr.l' cianl.
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Brown. to i.....u!iit;in

Mauricio Ri\as. tM, i, r.-r
Alfonso A. Moore. to Nursiri, As.sistat.
Goldbourne L. Campbell. to Clerk.
Palo Seco Lepro'arium
John E. Do'e. to L. pr,.-'. MN ..liii: .Aid.
Na igation Di isionl
lohn E. WVallace. Jr.. Robert F. Rote.
Jr.. Dean K. Bruch. t. Pil.t-iri-Ti.nir.ic.
Edward Lindo. LJborer. frmin Supply
D. ision to Nti\iation D] i ionn
Robert B. Mecllaine. from Superris:r.r
Carco A '.i-.t ,rt. Ttrmiril' D. i. ,rn t.,
Nlarrin. Tr.Ir .: C.'.r.trol,!,r
Industrial Di vision
Everett E. Dudle\. to Attln.tii. Clerk
Ras MI. Smith t., Lead. F.:rriiii Boilr-
ni ik-r.
Cecil A. Pa ne. from Ser\ to Stitio- At-
tendrjit, Supplr Di\ iioni. to Hclper MNa-
S nliis.t.

Locks Di ision
Robert J. Thompson. Jr.. to Machliiiit.
\ ictor Mlufioz M.. \icente Caceres. to
A;h.ldt t,.r C,:ni.,it \Worker
.eiomne .A. Mui. Leopoldo A. Anderson.
Iran Burke. Jr.. luan B. lMo'il B.. Cal in
C. lionio. Julian Negrete. Clarence E.
Bennett. Andres de Leon. Ir:rom Do.:c:k \\ rk-
er. Terninials Di, Is.o. to Lil...rm.r
Juan I). Troncoso L.. But Nlaa"ell. fromn
Ship \\ '..rk. r Tirmniinal. D i.... t: L.'bor-
Donald A. Sobers,. t, Clerk-T. pi't.
Mrs. Kathleen NM. D>er. Clerk-T; pist.
Conimm.imnit-. Ser ice. Bure :i. to Pcr.r'iiiel
Fi,her MN. Oltenburg. t.:o MNotioi Pi.:ture
Pr....m Lti-,n E-i.i'.mp ..nt NMLh..I-la c. Supptl1
D i\ ;.ii.:in.
Jack E. VanHloose. tr...m Police Priuate.
P-,ih:.. DoI. 'M.II. t, l-lou:,in-. Maanacerimeit
AidJ. H...u',. .. Br.,. li
Reainal A. Guillette. CI.rk T.pilt, froin
Eric.eerime. Di soin. th C.mnimuniut\ Ser\-
ic- D i;i'ii.
Bertram I. \\alters. Reuben E. Galli-
more, to S. ,p r'. i..,r. Clerk. SuppL \ Dn i-

Ger\in N. Pipersburhl. to lMeat Cutt.r,
Supply[ D i' .i
Aurelio Guzman. Hiuh Litt Truck Op-
erator. from Tr-iii4prt.ition .and Tennirial
Bureau, to F..et l St.,r.. Br.i-nih.
Victoria Canpbell. Steplanie Gordon.
to- Cl. rk-T. p;Ir. Ser it C!ite-r Rr:irnl
5' bil NI. Miller. to Stock Conitrol Clerk.
S, r\ -.e C iit.r Br irin h.
Beatrice L. Douclas. t.. C.il.h Clerk.
S, r' r:, Cert>. r Br...iich
Ai. el S. Oiteea N.. L ',rrr. r. rin iM i;n-
let.n:me Dr.i-. .ni t. (Groi.i:uh.l Brritnch
Ed"ard L. Inni',. to. Reti l StO.r.. Teller.
Mr,. Veronica Cumimins,. to S.&.l e.:-
ti.ii Headl Suppl\ Dni\'. n.
Felton L. Gill. C.u.-ird. From Rh.,lroaid
Di'.i. :,iii. to' St.,rci:J...iie BRr ,it:h
Hamilton Meade. to Clh.ik-T:. pist. St.rc-
liir. Branch.
Terminals Di\ision
Rudolph G. Reid. Herbert Moise. to
Cl,. rik-T .l t.
\elas.(uez .ichbold. frmin Ship \\',:rker
to L, 'l.r btr '. ..l re
Rudolf Man,. to Ceni er.l Foreman St.-' -

lames N. Carter. 1.: Help,-r Liquid Fl-.!s
11 hirii-.;in.
Enriiue Valdez, t.o lip \\V.iker.
Marshall I. Herbert. CGu.i rl. tr','i H,.us-
n.: Rrai.,cI t, T i r,-i ln.d L, D i ,o,
Mrs. Margaret NM. Dictz. to ..:io ..untiwL
Cl. rk
\\illiam Greei. ti, ..n F;re :h-iter. Fire
Dr. .I,'ii. tio (- iuL. r Lijim l Fiu.,-
I Sec /'(aL. 21



cideiit in s\hich a drnter and hii \e-
liele are i\ oh d hiclh hl- could iave
prct- ented. Dctrmii.niatioii of \. hethtii
aii acn.i,:l:rnt %. % pi .eitable bi' the
ci i\e-r cal- be niimde oil\ after caretullk
an,1al zlg tiet interpla\ of cai.se-s con-
diririo s. and ai:ti..i. 'v. I;ich prec.L:dled thi-
c-' llih iii aiiid helped bring a.i..it tl,_- .a.-
Sid.. nI t.
*, *
If it is lisco%' er,-d that the drier
failed to do es er thi,.* lie re-asonabhl
could ha\e dune to ple\eitt he accii-
dib:t, o. tliat the e\i si\. e actions he at-
tempted shul-,..d poor ludgmeniit, then
tlie accident is b) dfiehnition prevent-

The di er \\ill be a% are of traffic-
situation, dle-elo-ping as fat alhead of
his vehiclih :.is pi..siile. When he sees
an aci ideltt-pil-.l u.in.L si tuatiiOn de\--
eloping he v. ill sin'. cl o'i and take
Shliate\er additional action is nieces -ar\
to insuiIe that his \,hicle cldos not be-
come ii.\ll c ed il the situation.

\\hiii the clnt er disc(ol-,is himself
in e the miidkt of an alhead\ developing
accidi Iit situation,. e \' il display. tie
alit.-lir -s. ijudgiiierit arid i. tinrg skill
rici.esLsar'. to pre~ ent the -ti.iatinii fiorn
dte\-lopin. into n a accident in \which
lih- and hi; \tihicle ale inmoled.
Bt-in legally right does not spare:
(oie tlle ( c st. ilferiln or in:-ml ii'e l:ei e








*59 '58
237 220
2.268 3.681

of an accident caused by the illegal or
uiiskillftd acts ct some other driver.
Niol:eoler. if one has it %%ithib one's
po, :r to pi event anll aeident. he hias
a nmoiil and ircrqiienti\ a legal respon-
sihillt\ to do) so.
Thlierefore. the safety\ stan dard of the
skilled driver is to drit- so as to prevent

'59 '58 '59
7 11 6.251
107 106 15,430


i(Coritiru- l ir.:. i p .-5)
the youngest first and the oldes-t last.
to receive the gifts piled underneath
the tree.
When Mrs. Baldur Norman of Gam-i
boa was a little gitl in Iceland. shle re-
calls. the chores v\.. i finished by 6
o'clock on Chiristni.s Eve and a special
meal ushelid in 13 days of festi% ities.
E\eily ,loomn in every house v".ia ali.hit
w ith candles which burned all tldh.ti'_h
the night to Christmas morning. Meals
were Isetl ed smorgasbord style, for no
cooking was done on Cluistmit .s Day.
One of the most popular dishes, she
said, was made of lamb flank, soaked
in a brinre tor weeks, then rolled \ ithi
some of the spices of the brine, (c.olkd.
pressed arnd sliced thin.
Famiils tradition, brings 24 persons
together, 12 adults and 12 child. ,, for
Chlistmias dinner at the residence of
Capt. W. H. Munyon, Deputy Warden
of thei Gamboa IPe-lteintrai\, and Mrs.
Munyuron. Their son, Harry, a freshman
at Balboa High School, and tlhii daulgh--
teri. Susan, who attends Gamboa Ele-
mentary School, invite 10 of their
f iends and Captain and Mrs. Munyon

invt ite 10 adults. Ts o tables are allays
set and ChristLmas clinneir features the
tiaditi-ni.al turkl.,,s. ham, and pies, both
innim.e and pumpkin.
Following a family\ tradition. Mr.
and Mrs. F. A Baldisin of Aicon and
their oldest chiliien att-iid Mass on
Chl u.tir,.is E .ii id then go to the home
of Nh s. Balidc\in's mother. Mis.. Angelica
G(.rcia de Parmedsc in P anam., finr mid-
night supper. Tamales and li-imnniade
.au.isa e c-',-,kl:dl iIn iit- are amn'jiig the
special dishes ;s~i e-d together %i th tihe
Christmas ti,.le%.
On Clh it ;iias morning, Mr. Baldwin's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fli,)d H. Bald-
win, also of Ancon, join the famnil for
brl, fa t and tl I. opening of tihe Christ-
r,,:,s l .ifts "
The five Baldwin children, Frank,
Jr., 12; Billy, 10; Ba.bb), 6- Nanciy. 4;
and Fl.\ l. V ;.h.-s.. second birtldda\ \'.as
December 5, all help in piittinig to-
gether the Nativity Scene,.or nacimien-
to. To the youngest chllI..i in tiF- fariil\
usually goes the h:oii:iir of platci- the
Baby in the manger on.Christmas Eve.
ChIistimis preparations, at-the home
of Mr. and Mrs.,Thomas F,-. in Gatun
start well ahead of the holiday. Mrs.
Fels use.- cir-ton 1ci\ :s, a twist of t', ib.
seed pods, tpalm frinrds. anid nar'lh grass

in e. eating Christmas centerpieces and
she collects materials all through the
year. Milk .glass plates form the base
of .many of the centerpieces she ar-
For one of her arrangements. Mrs.
Eels used -siileredl curlcd palm fronds
combined s ith crimson candles. For
aninticr, a wide piece of palm fiond.
tinted rose. foims the background for
gildled ja.aianlda seed pods and croton
leaves. Slim swamp reeds, in rose a nd
gold, are combined with gilded heli-
conias and palm frond, and even n ude
blanches ot the avocado tree turn into
an e)l -c.it.hliniig centerpiece
Throughout the Canal Zone Christ-
mas preparations go busily ahead, for
the fainlkic here and for licmecomniegs.
such a. that at the home of Principal T.
FR Hotz of the Balboa Junior-Senior
Hig i School, and Mrs. Hotz, heree
their son, James "Tim" Hotz \ ill return
for the last Chlistmas before entering
naval service. Tim, who is a member of
the NROTC, is a senior at Miami lUni-
versity, Oxford, Ohio. His sister. Jud.. a
freshman at DePauw University, Green-
castle, Irid., who is away from home
for the firrt tinme this year, will join Tim
at Oxf-,Inl and together they will fly
from Cilncinnati to the Canal Zone.

DECEMBER 4. 195)


THE FINAL I),H.FT of the bulletin \'liich
\1ll be published for the infoilnation
and guidance of all Ien-ploNet-s and their
families, is being prepared by the Ci\ il
Defense 1Unit. It sliould l e in the hands
tof the Pihirter at Mount Hope b the
middle of tils lmunitlih .id ready for
distribution the iea.l part of inext \ear
This bulletin n il replace the first
edition lhich %.as issued in Decembei
1956. Re\ isl.-ins a a lso being male in
the C'ompni p \-CoG.cininent Disaster Re-
lief Plan.
These ithanrge are required not onilyv
as a result of cli-naige iin couitept ardi
planimig. but also as a ei.lt o'f th-._
annual test etxercises held throughout
the Un itcd States and inI the Canal
Zone. \\ lile tliesi et\eitise and IL-
sultarit elitiqu,- bring out the aci.ept-
able and still \alid practices of the
Civil Defense organization, the\ also
define pretty con.hcsi\el\ those act i-
ties v\ lre imrpro: iementS t.lianges iiI.-
Iet isi,:i;s are definitil.- eiqu.iir-d.
IIn nian-made disasters in this era ef
111t lear \ aispon.s, thi. C il ept Otf darn i. ,
a.iid casualties. fallout cont.aniinati,-II,
"\aliings arid shClteis. c i. anges as iapid-

W "6":'44t'
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;t "."+ .,=+K -":aZ" ,+"
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Nei Ciiil Defense trucks act their first workout at the Balboa Fine Station. The trucks are
rigged to decontaminate equipment or people. Seen persons could shower at one time.

1\ is the 'A,-.ipons and the potential of
then di.li. e-r,. is c.r, stant.ly changing. It
:appeals that no plan can be made
definite .rlnd itlei\lble. IiI fa:t. it steeill
as thliuigli plarirll:n agriist S dLI'l a
disaster rn.st I.e a con.sta.ntl\ L.intin uing

p I _.IQ a Ill.
The iei\ plal, is vi tittln prirnaiilv
foi thl,, se itli Ci\ il Def.ns- cominmand.
admini i[. e. pla. llilll anl d tiC alfiln l
i spliisiliilit ld dl-,in- s the authio it\
,ind respoi-,.ili|ht\ dcle'atLed to, thliem.

Promotions and Transfers
I Continur d frcm page 19)
Railroad Division
.Ashby S. Smith. t., Clerk-T) pl't.
Pedro Urriola. to Lead Foremrn Hihli
Lilt Truck Operator.
Motor Transportation Di ision
John NI. Henry, Jorge J. Long. to Tinm.-
James H. Rheney, to Lead Frem-an
P'POOTUIONS \hi ch did not inl\ '
cliaiigie.s of title tf llm\'. :
Andre J. Louis. Bookkeepini. Madmach
Op.rator. .,.ccounitin D;\iisio. Offhi., ot
tl,. C:.mnptr,'ller.
Mrs. Nancy L. Jorstad, Tra..-l E\p,!ri,,
Claims E,.minri.r. Ollice of the C.:olipir.l-
Mrs. Stella R. Alderton, Clrrk T. p..,t
Ofli:, .it the Comptr'ller.
Luther F. LaMlotte. Bookkeeping Ma-
chin.. lUnT't Super\imur. Nlaiiteinai,.n Dini-
sio, n.
Eleanor Mcllhennm. Inionnuati.,in Spec i.l-
ist, Pre-, O ic:'.
\\ilfred \'. Jones. McDonald Brathwai-
te, B.okk.:.p;ii. M.l.chine Operator M.an-
tirn.r tice DI'\ iion.
Mrs. Iris 1.. Charlton, Clerk. Coxo ':..>lo
Lawrence C. Burton. Laborer. Circa.i
Mrs. Winona A. Smith, Edgar H. Free-

man. (".-.I. il Mri.hi:al Tieihi, n. Courts
Roberto Escobar. LabL..r r. Houungll
Branch. Cr'.iinnliii t t\ N i:,ce. Di\ iion.
Victor T. McCalrr.. Liq:lu.l Fuel- Gaui-
er. T rnliniIal; D I -,i'.,l.
John Hull. Enid NI. Hall. Herman J.
Smart, Clerk. .,.r nVe Crintrr Br.inchl. Sup-
pi\ Dr. iiS:. .
Stephen Roach. Ch lord K. Foter. Clerk.
St.'rehl:'ue Briiich. Suppli D,. ij..n.
Nhli. Anita H. MhKeonii. Fil. Cl.:rk.
Co-mniunicatiore ani Rec,:.rd, S ctlio, .\d-
iirii str.dait: Bra.ini. .
Harrs B. Clark. N.ioi!tinic Citrki. In-
duatral Dr. ,],,n
John I. tHla. (.;,u ..I Phll.:, Di r-'..n.
Estel .. Burke. Clerk. (Cr.ras H,.pital
NMr. Beatrice 1. Lambert. Sonia E.
Cough. Cl-rl;. (G.rci H,,pitl.l.
Daid I. Kellehei. Aich D. Bishop,
.Audi':r. General \ ditn Di ,. ,.j.


RETIrEMENT certificates w\ere presented
at tlh end ot Nov member to tihe follow\ hing
ernploh.i,_s M1ho a e li-.td alphabiti I\ b loIn t...'etherr ith thl-ir biith-
placU' p,'sitiirii. l\eais of Canal se'\-
icc, and thrir fiituie addresses:
Jocph .A. Adains. Jmiaica: Painter, In-
dustrial Di\ision, 40 .\1ars, ; months, 25

da\ s: Ch,.rrll.. R. P.
Christopher C. Bo'ce. barb,.ia .. Leader
C.irpenter. Termiini.Inl Di'. iw'in. 2' .ears.
4 i.,on.ths. 6 da i. Bail:. d.s. B. 1\ I.
Charles E. Creary. I .. Laborir,
Supply, Dis'. ioni: 42 .-.ir- 5 ni.:iuths. 12
days. Jamaica. B. \\ I.
Albert A. Ellis, J..m.iica: Machiiri.t's
Helper. hidI.itril Di\ I'..Di. 45 1e.tS., I
month. 7 dc.i1s; St. Anm. Jamiaica B. \\. I.
Mabel I. Ferguson, St. LI.a.i. B. \\. I.:
Laundr% \Worker. Su ppIl D i-'ion: -42
)\e.rs. S Imontlhs, 19 da.is. FPanamaiTi B. P.
Jose Gahez, Painama. R. P: Millm.in
Hlper. Industrial Ditrii',. 27 \ears. b
months. 9 da. s; Panaina, R. P.
Jose Ga' ino. Empire. C. Z FI.-.nan
\ atehiiian, Railroad D.n'i'i:,i: .a0 \ear..
14 da\s. Lucha Fran.co. R P.
Josiah Gibson. Ja.in.iic.i. Leader D.:...k
\\orkir, Terniihals Di orsir, I'J \ears. 10
mjn-iitlis. lS d-,.:: Colon. R. P.
\Villiam H. Holder. TrinCidad, B \\. I.;
Leader PE'pel.a\zr, Ma;itenance Di\isiun;
4'2 .ears. 1 montohti. 6 da.s; Colotn. R. P.
Leone Jules. St. Lucia. B. \\. I.: Binder.
\\.,rker. .\ldiiirstrjate Br.ctLh; 17 \ears,
S nmoi.ith- 25 da. s: Chlon. R. P.
Thomas H. Nlurph. NMa:sachiusetts:
Pip..Fittcrr Dredcir', D,. Cij..i, 1N) .ear, 2
daj\. Po-rt Charlotte. Fla
Charles P. Patrick. Laiin.ica. LiAi.id Fuel
\\l.rhnai.ii's Helper. Trnminrill Di'. ioi:
29 :,e.r. .- months. 16 da .i: Col..n. R. P.
Arnold NI. Robinson. Ji.imai:.. Machin-
ist's Helper, Industrial Di. ision; 11 years,
4 iinth. 26 days; Kingt,-n, Jamaica,
B. \\. I


Report to Stockholder

presents Company's


D.iiBlNc THE FliC L YE H \ ll ich endcd
lat June. .30, thi. P.ilarnia Cianal c.ml-
panI. fiii:n its ow'n i,.scr\ it invested
tlh total of $11.3 mnlli-,n in improve-
ments to meet the increased demands
ot world slippirig.
Th.1 was disclosed today in the
A, i111. Report of the Company's Board
of Dii.ct..I ls tto l' C...nipLan.'s sole
st.)kh1. kldi S:ci tar\ of the Army
\\ Ilbci N. Birickr. The attractive re-
port ;i ll-Ill..l.trat.:l. not only with
photographs of some of the shipping
which utilized the inter-oceanic water-
way last year at a rate which had been
forecast for 1970, but also % ith ,ligramns
rl:e iewinl the Company's financial op-
For the eighth consecutive year, the
report shows, new records were estab-
lished in the number of transits, the
volume of cargo and the amount of
Thl capital expenditure of $11.3
million cuiriparid to $7.7 million for
fiscal year 1958, went into channel im-
provements, including extensive widen-
ing and lighting projects, and the con-
tinued cone-i sion of the power system
and the locks electrical equipment to
60-cycle current.
whilel e gross tolls for the year, amount-
ing to $- 4.5 million, were at a new high
as compared with the previous record
of $42.S nillinl for the pilccdiniJI fiscal
yea.. opr r.at i expenses rose sharply.
Tlhi iiLcri.se was due primarily to
the full-year effect of wage increases
gr.ianted during fiscal year 1958 and to
increased wages and retirement con-
tributions resulting from the Canal Zone
Wage and Enimp) inei-it Practices Act
(Ptblic Law 85-550), passed by Con-
gress in July, 1958.
This Act brought non-U. S. citizen
employees of the Company and of the
Canal Zone Government within the
benefits of the United States Civil Ser-
ice Retirement system and, apart from


Comparative Statement of Financial Condition
June 30, 1959 and June 30, 1958

Current Assets;
Fund balances with U. S. Treasury and cash.............
Notes receivable....................................
Accounts receivable ................................
Iir.eritorir,, principally at average cost:
Materials and supplies, less allowances for excess, obso-
lete, and inactive stocks of $954,894 and $1,047,906,
respectively. .............................
Merchandise held for sale...................... .
Other ............................................
Total current assets .............................
Long term notes receivable .............................
Fixed assets.......................... ................
Less allowances for depreciation......................
Fixed assets, net. ,........ .. ....... ....
Panama Canal bridge:
Fund balance with U. S. Treasury.....................
Construction work in progress. ...................
T,.tal..l ............................. ........
Deferred charges and other assets .....................

Current Liabilities:
Due U. S. Treasury. .................................
Accounts payable ................ ..................
Accrued liabilities.,..............................
Total current liabilities. ....................... .
Employees' leave liability .................. ...........
Overhaul of Canal locks. ........................ ..
Non-capital power conversion costs....................
Total reserves......................................
Equity of United States Government:
Net direct investment, interest bearing .................
Retained revenue, non-interest bearing ................
Panama Canal bridge .... ........................
Total equity of United States Government..........

June 30, 1959 j,.,, .'. 1- 5



1S 456 515
1,54 ),4"35

-I 91 111 'hi

1 629 5775


:, 1..7nI4 157
l. ." l j.5 IIII


4 3 27S 76':

5'5 i sI1 7 36
I 5 5_2.2S_6
4-12 449 451.1


2, :1'J I 37
3.7(05 li.Jl
9 44 57 3
6,61.16 9- 10

1.44-1 531
4 .111 11 i 111 11

351.S,1 .ifi2
6S 54S 4 :'1"
5441.1 1..111

$480,410,774 $-l'2.6il2 12'0

DECEMBER 4, 1959

increasing operating costs for the Com-
pany's current ,:,iitributiii.n to the re-
tirement fund, required payment by the
Company of $4.7 million into the Civil
Service Retirement Fund. This $4.7
million covered Company payments for
retirement, based on the prior years'
earnings of the non-U. S. citizen em-
Meeting its requirement of being
self-supporting, plus refunding to the
United States Treasury the net cost of
civil government in the Canal Zone and
interest on the net direct investment,
the Company closed its 1959 fiscal
year with a net operating revenue of
$2,983,532, a slight increase over the
$2.7 million realized in fiscal year 1958.
Payroll and related costs, which total-
ed $41 million, accounted for nearly
half of the Company's expenses. A
quarter of last year's total expenses of
$84 million included the net cost of the
Canal Zone Government and a portion
of the annuity paid by the United States
to the Republic of Panama, together
with payments to the United States
Treasury to cover the interest on the
net investment of the U. S. Govern-
ment in the Panama Canal and depre-
ciation on depreciable assets valued at
$354 million. Other expenses include
the cost of commodities sold and ma-
rial purchased.
The net revenue does not reflect de-
preciation or amortization on certain
fixed assets such as the excavation of
the Canal channel and other similar
items valued at about $280 million and
classified by law as "non-depreciable."
The total equity of the United States
Government in the Panama Canal Com-
pany, as of June 30, amounted to
The recorded equity, which repre-
sents the unrecovered portion of the
gross one and a half billion dollars
which has been invested in the Canal
Zone operation, increased by $18.5
million during the fiscal year 1959.
Additions to the net direct invest-
ment included property transfers from
other Federal agencies, primarily the
Coco Solo townsite; plant reactivations;
and appropriations of $20 million for
the construction of a high level bridge
across the Canal at Balboa, as directed
by Congress.
Reductions included a further trans-
fer to the Republic of Panama of Com-
pany properties valued at $4.7 million.
This transfer was provided under the
1955 Treaty.
The fi!iain..I! S*.t.. _n-r!it have been
examined by the General Auditor of
the Company and are subject to audit
by the General Accounting Office which
reports its F, i.li c dii.tl t: to Congress.


Comparative Statement of Revenue and Expenses
Fiscal Years Ended June 30, 1959 and 1958

Tolls .................. ..........................
Sales of commodities........................ .....
Service sales and rentals. ................. ........ .
Total revenue .............. ..................
Operating expenses and deductions:
Payroll and related costs. ............................
Material and other operating expenses ..................
Cost of commodities sold ............... ..........
Depreciation ........... ................
Company portion of annuity to Republic of Panama.......
Net cost of Canal Zone Government (repayment to U. S.
T reasury)........................................
Interest on net direct investment of U. S. Government ...
Total operating expenses and deductions. ...,,.....
Net revenue .........................................

$46i,5 6,621 $42,834,006
18,452,121 17.70-6 260
22,252,129 22.571.343
87,250,871 83,110,609

41 .h5 SO'i
13 685 419
$ 2,983,532

1.3 347.'51
4 31j/1 10
$ 2,656,382


Statement of Changes in Equity of the United States Government
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1959

Net direct

Equity at July 1, 1958. ......................
Net revenue ........................
Excess of market over book value of prop-
erties transferred to Republic of Pan-
ama under 1955 Treaty ...........
\[t:.i['.r:.it;..', for construction of Panama
C n.il I-.ri.ld ......................
Property transfers, other Federal agen-
cies, net. .........................
Plant reactivations ...................

Market value of Company properties
transferred to Republic of Panama
under 1955 Treaty................
Net capital losses resulting from 1955
T reaty ..........................
Agency contribution to Civil Service Re-
tirement Fund for non-U, S. citizen

Equity at June 30, 1959. .................


$351,861,652 $88,548,430

Panama Canal

2,983,532 ...

3,246,789 ....
.......... 19,250,000



349.6f72 75




$20 .0'ii 00.('



4 .


Captain Claude S. Farner. abote. ik due
December 10 to take o'er hi' net post as
Balboa Port Captain. He -,ucceeds Capt.
Jame, F. Flenniken tho left in October.

Chinese Junks
LA TrM -T N (lili,:.' i.ik to,.,k i p\'.'\ -
l. ii.c tl it ui. iI th.. F tin'. ''iia (Cailid
last i-nit, ab.L. r,. tlr a ip.n .,: tr>iir h-
ter Knk., ,ii .,, .1 the O S.ik. i S .is, L,
Kaiidi Linle. Th, little. ia. t i\. i dU: ik
:ai.-, tlimi Ho.,,'n K,-,n.L to M ,, llc. .'la..
Othica.er Ch i tIn:.e Ilk,, 1i IrIe 'olte
tl.o ,h the Ca.i l e ..-ntIl r, i,-.n tI (11
,'..,v tu M ,:>blh: \', l,,-e tl _'-\ r<. p,_,lti.d!\
at,. III dC .ijild ,, p[.-.61.1 _ratt O n,-.
s.allli thiulr l thl, (anal al,,,aid tl h-
lKimd:i U.V i,, i ..l. o.,rnths .,';,). a;
C25 l,: t ,,n, i ,ll h-, rb i v.tl a l :.a ot
9 tc-.t macd a d-:ptlIh .t 31 i,-ches. It Ias

complete \\ith sail. muggii'ings, an-ichols.
f1uiL h uiiks. barniboo fe, ileri-. and i \ti n
ric-: bowIs. chopsticks. c')olhe hats'. and
a h.lIIicral b,.irnir.
100 Transits
ITS HUNDREDTH tai triit tlioluig i the Paii-
a.im Call.l \\aiis coirilplh-tr N,' ,nbir
2.3 b\ tLhe SS Ptr iiiii R: ,. I' a spretic.
(.old "'tur,_a' cati gio 'illp -t th,. J. Lauii it-
z> i, Linet- hic li Lcai ri- l.anaii as I b,- t,. (-Ie
Ec u:alor and Arnt'v ep. it 'v, a..!I-,n11.1In.-
ed b\ C. Fcrnlie & C...iimpalii., ai c nts
it tlh Canal. Tl,. Pcia t.mi Ri.-,t, ..n -
of fih similar ship: n this ti.id,. has
made an a\ci,. -, t wo tips tlr,-u.uli-
the C.iin! e.c iii,'iimth 'lince 19-i4.
Captain Retires
.A \ EriEn:-N Giaic Liit: skqippcr .'.lh is
rttl litg thi mr, nIlth after 311 I \atIs Of
>.l\ icL. \ lith tlh e l-lipal ll\. a.th lliIs laS -t
tlip tl doLh.'.]-| the Cana.l N-)\ctimlcr .31.1
.is iiasttt ., t the Santa Ala'L1ii ,, ita. l-h is
C:apt. Hoaiiid Fo-rd. a \.,-ll-kn,:.\ i t
mill,_iber of the -( .IaL Lij r,' s,:a.'. i.uo
stal anrd hI.0 b.-,.- u[ command ..t tl,:-
Sailtft Mlhi, '-itfia sii.e 194-i" _ll,.t ,:,t
this siic li as be,-i on vi;p ,.. h ich pl..
tlhuiugh the C.,r, l bla n.<, N,,,. York,
Ianid tle \\ est G.-,i-,,t of S.,uth .t ,-liit. A.
T\(o T) Tp' New Zeiala.ind Linet ships.
ii,,: hi .m Encl.id jaii thl otli.:r fi.rin
N,-,i Zal.-Ciil. mainaigi ed to aiitii ati
Ibalb.,., t.... r ,h-,,: cdi. la i, a t n ,,iitli andl
v ee decked at Ball:,.a" sidL,- b\ s;id,. At
th,- Il t _, th, 'l s.I a. ,,,: ton Rall -1
hIlo ouit (of Ne. Za.lnid t..iruute to
En,.lanld and at th, liht Pi the Rulilhi. ,


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i1 \ '.,.L\ ,,t a l iti.
TIh t t... T.ilI as t' first ch.i d-
1ul... < .l a J .:'. Zt-.Al.i,.l Lin,- .l;ip and
t],,:' ,',1, .,_ .', as cli, t, .t..p b ,.th ,-,.it-
1 *..] .l l a I, !, | ..-,l1 l1 t I,, ,1,.1 d
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t\r'T. \V'iLL 0 [ Kil iill- -_.,-!ti', ip-
pillt.iin :l i llr I -i I .. t i .1- i r ii i Ple:lI-
>l,:nt Lin,'_ .-, s- p F ,l i t.. t FI1-
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