The Panama Canal spillway =

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The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Portion of title:
Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title:
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Place of Publication:
Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Panama Canal
Publication Date:
Biweekly[Jan. 6, 1984-1999]
Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
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37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body:
Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note:
"Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note:
Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note:
Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note:
Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note:
Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.

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Full Text

THE PANAMA CANAL ift of e Panama Canal Museum


Vol. III, No. 16 50 Years of Service . To World Commerce Friday, October 9, 1964


United Fund Benefit


Tuesday Night

With the United Fund campaign of the United Fund here. It kept

rolling forward steadily-and the
Panama Canal organization doing the
best in years for the early weeks of
the appeal-the next major item on
the UF agenda is the benefit show
Tuesday night at the Balboa Thea-
ter. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m.
The Engineering Division of the
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau was the first division to go over
the top financially.
The Office of the Comptroller was
the first bureau to reach its dollar
goal, doing this in 4 days.
The Industrial Division of the Ma-
rine Bureau went over the top finan-
cially for the first time in the history

right on going and at last count was
some 25 percent over its financial
quota. Today the Industrial Divi-
sion is having a Victory Celebration
to match the big Kick-Off Day with
which it started the drive.
The Rainbow City High School
marching band was to parade
throughout the Industrial Division
area just prior to the noon rally.

PanCanal ;

Review Goes

Quarterly j'

With a new look and aimed at
widened areas of interest, the Pan-
ama Canal Review will begin pub-
lication on a quarterly basis starting
in November, according to Frank A.
Baldwin, Information Officer for the
Panama Canal.
Heavier emphasis will be placed
on features, while some material
formerly published in the Review
will be moved to the weekly Panama
Canal Spillway.
Promotions and transfers, long a
standard part of the Review, will be
published on a more current basis,
appearing in the Spillway as a reg-
ular feature. The Review's monthly
safety figures, too, will become a
regular Spillway feature.
The list of persons who attain 30
or 40 years of Federal service will
remain a part of the Review. Twenty
year service anniversaries will be
published in the Spillway.
Panama's agriculture, industry and
culture, its rich history and its paths
to progress are themes for stories to
be found in future Review issues.
Shipping and allied interests will
find the quarterly Review devoting
much editorial space to stories and
information with a maritime flavor.
There will be at least two features
each edition to explore the Panama-
nian scene-from industry to rec-
reation-with the emphasis on the
people involved in these progress
Panama Canal employees, too,
will find more to read, all of it relat-
ed in some way to their mission of
putting ships through the Canal.
Pictures and stories about the Canal
hold interest for shippers, but also
find a natural readership among em-
ployees, and articles on Panama
will offer an opportunity for wider
knowledge and understanding of the
Through the Spanish edition of
the Review, Panamanian readers
will be exposed to information on
Canal activities, as well as in-depth
stories on Panama.
"The quarterly Review will seek
to serve these varied interests with
current and well written material
packaged in an attractive layout,"
Baldwin concluded.


Herr New


Of Posts
Robert S. Herr, Assistant Director
of Posts since 1961, has been ap-
pointed Director of Posts, it was an-
nounced by the Civil Affairs Direc-
tor. He succeeds Earl F. Unruh,
who was retired and left for the
United States last month.
His appointment as head of the
Canal Zone postal operation came
almost exactly 30 years after his ar-
rival on the Isthmus from his home
town of Lancaster, Pa.
Herr came here as a visitor, but
stayed on when he was offered a
job with the U.S. Army on an NRA
contract. He switched to the Pos-
tal Division a few months later and
with the exception of a short time
with the Personnel Bureau has been
with that unit ever since.
During the years that he has been
employed with the Postal Division,
Herr has worked with nearly every
branch and post office in the Canal
Zone. He was postmaster at Fort
Sherman and then acted as relief
postal clerk and postmaster in the
various other Zone post offices.
He has been in the office of the
Director of Posts since 1942 and was
made administrative aide in 1955.
He has been assistant director for
the past 3 years.
Herr has taken several postal
training courses in the United States,
one of them being a postoffice man-
agement seminar offered by the Uni-
versity of Alabama through its ex-
tension division in cooperation with
the Memphis region of the U.S. Post
Office Department.

The Canal forces have passed
the $50,000 mark toward a goal
of $73,000. Other Government
agencies have been slower in report-
ing their returns and the total of
these other agencies, together with
the Special Gifts Committee total,
have passed the $10,000 mark.
In 1960 Peter Duchin, famous so-
ciety pianist, was a headliner at a
United Fund benefit show at Bal-
boa Theatre. (He is the son of the
late Eddie Duchin.)
This year-next Tuesday-Peter
Duchin will again appear at a United
Fund benefit at Balboa Theatre. But
not in person. He is a featured play-
er in the hit show, "The World of
Henry Orient," which will play
Tuesday night for the benefit of the
Canal Zone United Fund with tick-
ets at $1.50 for adults and 75 cents
for children under 12.
In 1960 Duchin was a member of
the 79th Army Band which furnish-
ed the background music as well as
special numbers for the United Fund
Benefit. This year, 1964, the 79th
Army Band will play a concert at
the United Fund benefit before the
showing of the feature picture.
While Duchin has been support-
ing himself by playing "society"
dates, he has been concerned with
composition, theme and harmony and
unless success in pictures leads him
elsewhere, he says, he wants to be
a serious composer. He uses the
very same piano his father did when
You can support the Canal Zone
United Fund and also hear good
music and see a top notch movie
(Continued on p. 4)

$2 Million Donated

For Kennedy Library

Federal personnel have voluntari-
ly contributed some $2 million for
the John F. Kennedy Memorial Li-
brary. This represents a fifth of the
estimated cost of the project and is
double the estimate of an early-July
"This extraordinary response," said
Postmaster General John A. Gro-
nouski, Chairman of the Federal Em-
ployees' Campaign for the library,
"exceeds our most optimistic esti-
mates. I congratulate the Federal
employees, and the key men and
women who coordinated the drive
in each of the agencies."
Contributions of employees of the
Panama Canal organization totaled
Although the campaign was pri-
marily among U.S. citizens, many
non-citizen employees contributed
generously and several local com-
munity organizations also contribut-
ed, so that the campaign covered the
entire Canal Zone community.
In many smaller agencies, Mr. Gro-

Hatch Act Ignorance

Could Hatch Trouble
With presidential elections being ternate to a caucus or party con-
held in November in the United vention.

States, both U.S. and non-U.S.-cit-
izen employees should be familiar
with the basic provisions of the Hatch
Act, which governs political activity
of Federal employees, in order to
fill their positions of public trust.
Federal employees have the right
to express political opinions but they
may not take an active part in po-
litical management or in political
It is lawful for Federal employees
to make voluntary contributions to
regularly constituted political orga-
nizations, provided such contribu-
tion is not made in a Federal build-
ing or to some other Federal em-
It is lawful for Federal employees
to wear political badges or buttons
or to display political stickers on
their private automobiles.
Certain activities, however, are
prohibited under the act and the pos-
sible penalty for violation is removal
or suspension without pay for not
less than 30 days.
Prohibited activities include:
Serving on or for any political
committee, party, or other similar
organization, or as a delegate or al-

Writing for publication or pub-
lishing any letter or articles, signed
or unsigned, soliciting votes in favor
of or against any political party or
Soliciting or handling political
contributions and soliciting sale or
selling political party dinner tickets.
Serving as officer of a political
club, as member or officer of any of
its committees, addressing such a
club on any partisan political mat-
ter, or being active in organizing it.
Serving in connection with, prep-
aration for, organizing or conduct-
ing a political meeting or rally, ad-
dressing such a meeting on any
partisan political matter, or taking
any other part therein.

The Great Books Discussion Group
will resume its meetings Wednesday
October 14, in the library of the
Jewish Welfare Building. The dis-
cussion will be on selections from
Pascal's Pensees. Further informa-
tion may be obtained by calling
Mrs. C. R. Bowen, telephone Bal-
boa 2590.

nouski said, employee representation
was 100 percent, and 75 percent in
some of the larger ones.
In accepting the contributions
from Postmaster General Gronouski,
the late President's sister, Mrs. Eunice
Shriver, said, "By making all of this
possible through your donations, you
have enriched and perpetuated the
memory of my brother. Every mem-
ber of my family is deeply grateful
to each and every individual who
contributed and had a part in this
historic endeavor."
The library, a national memorial
to the late President, will consist
of three basic components-a mu-
seum, an archive, and an institute.
It will be erected in the Boston area
on a site President Kennedy select-
ed just 8 weeks before his death as
his future office upon leaving the

Health Benefits

Plan Changes

Due Next Month
Most of the health benefits plans
available to U.S. citizen employees
are changing their benefits, rates, or
both, beginning in November.
Changes, if any, in your plan are
described in a pamphlet to be dis-
tributed to all employees before No-
vember 1. Your present benefits
brochure plus the new pamphlet give
an up-to-date statement of benefits
and rates. Revised brochures will
be provided only those enrolled in
the Canal Zone Benefit Plan. The
Civil Service Commission made an
exception for this group and is hav-
ing new, updated brochures printed.
Rate changes, if effective for your
plan, will be evident in paycheck
changes the week beginning No-
vember 30.
Revised editions of the Federal
Employees Health Benefits Program
pamphlet, normally given only to
new employees, also will be issued to
all employees. It has been revised
to reflect recent health benefits law
and regulations changes. A table
in this pamphlet shows the oppor-
tunities to enroll or change enroll-
ment. The new information mate-
rial and your brochure should be
kept with your important papers.
The Civil Service Commission will
schedule an open season for chang-
(Continued on p. 4)


October 9, 1964


Panama Canal .

The U.S. Army calendar for 1964,
"A Ileritage of Service" features the
Engineering Miracle of the Panama
Canal. It proclaims the most remark-
able engineering feat that joined the
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, making
a reality of an "impossible" dream.



By Eleanor Burnham

Overtime in Heaven tells of experi-
ences of some of the men and women
of our Foreign Service whose adven-
tures have included revolution, dis-
aster and personal combat as part of
their day-to-day existence. The 10
incidents in this collection are told
by two well-known political writers,
Peter Lisager and Marguerite Hig-
gins. Some of these true stories are
of Americans shortly after the Rev-
olution, while the last one is of a
hair-raising experience in the Congo
in 1960. There is a foreword by
Secretary of State Dean Rusk.
The Shake-Up is a who-dun-it by
Br6ni James who for several years
has been a contributor to Ellery
Queen's Mystery Magazine. This
story, like Miss James' earlier detec-
tive novels, uses the San Francisco
area as a locale and San Francisco
police as leading characters. It is
well-written and exciting.
Seaweed for Breakfast presents a
sympathetic and lively picture of Jap-
anese home life as it is lived today.
The author, Nina Epton, believed
that the only way to find out how
the Japanese have adapted to the
modem world was to live in Jap-
anese style with Japanese families.
This book is the result of her sev-
eral months' visit.
Pearson of Canada is a fine ac-
count of the political and interna-
tional life of Lester Bowles Pearson,
Canada's 14th Prime Minister. This
biography of a distinguished states-
man and Nobel Prize winner also
gives an excellent picture of con-
temporary Canada. The author, John
Robinson Beal, is Bureau Chief for
Time magazine in Ottawa.
Growing Orchids At Your Window
is a basic book on growing orchids
the easy way. Its author, Jack Kra-

Other men had started the cam- Under the period known as the
paign, other men began the battle of Army Regime all the vital hydraulic
moving a mountain. But the project, structures, the locks and dams, spill-
directed by Col. George W. Goethals, ways and power stations were de-
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, from signed and built. Harbors were im-
1907 to its completion in 1914, made proved on both sides of the Isthmus.
the Canal a reality. ,The Panama Railroad was relocated

Ram6n M. Reyes M.
Manuel Vergara
William R. Fitzroy

Irving D. Armstrong
Forero Barker
Livingstone A. Burke
James S. Daniel
Rogelio De Le6n
William H. Edmonson
Joseph Francis
Juan Gonzalez
Jeremiah A. Grant
Philip Green
R. L. Hummer
Alfred Jones
Charles Kurmer
Clark Leslie B.
Gilbert Myers
Julio Ortega
Eriberto Pascual
Edward N. Ricketts
Robert J. Risberg
Miguel Rodriguez
Amos R. Swalm
Helbert A. Waith

Thomas B. Addlesberger
Leslie Anderson
Morris Collins
H. C. Freedman Cook
Leonidas Critiden
Paul Guerriero
Daniel Haff
Theodore F. Jablonski
JuliAn R. McZeno
Alfred Simonsson
Copdridse T. St. Hill
John Wallace
Vernon Whitehead


Ormand Harrison
Stewart Ithram
George Lawrence

mer, is a businessman in Chicago
who started growing orchid plants
only as a hobby. This book is in-
deed for hobbyists-not for local
specialists-but those Canal Zoners
who have thought about growing or-
chids plants and have feared to start
can find good advice in this book.
There are an Orchid Chart for quick
reference in the appendix, a good in-
dex, and detailed black and white

Bunker Award

Presented To

Holland Student
An award in sanitary engineering
established at the University of North
Carolina by Panama Canal old timer
George C. Bunker was given recent-
ly to August P. Vernimmen, a stu-
dent from Terneuzen, Holland.
Vernimmen holds a degree in civil
engineering from the Technological
University of Delft, Holland, and is
a candidate for a master's degree in
public health at the University of
North Carolina.
Bunker played an important part
in establishing the present supply of
potable water for Panama and the
Canal Zone. He joined the Canal
in 1914 in the water department of
the Municipal Engineering Division
and was later given the title of
"physiologist." He was "Director
of Water" from 1924 to 1927 and
later worked from 1932 to 1934 on
the Madden Dam project. For 4
months in 1936 he was a consulting
engineer in charge of the establish-
ment of water supplies for the cities
of Cali in Colombia and Quito, Ecua-
dor. He had his headquarters in
Panama for many years.

throughout almost its entire length.
The greatest part of Culebra Cut
was completed.
The text appearing with the illus-
tration for October says, "Today, the
Canal is a lasting monument to...
technical ability, discipline and effi-
ciencv.. .

Joseph Foster
Heron G. Guild
Allie B. Holden
Paul D. Lairson
Thomas L. Robins

Marvin L. Barsness
Rudolph Crespo
Paul Karst
Samuel W. Meyer
Roger D. Michel
Paul H. Reynolds
William E. Wigle III
Matthew J. Wilder

Lena E. Burchett
Gary P. Dunsmoor

Ethelyn Ashby
Oscar Butler
Pedro A. Castillo
Preston W. McBarnette
Randolph Small

Facundo Aparicio
Emily M. Brooks
Sergio Prrez Cajar
Emilio Dudley
William NV. Engelke
Carmen I. Lugo
H6ctor Marciaq
John A. Morales
Nathaniel Myers
Arthur Pollack
Paul Rivere
Emilio Rodriguez
Jeanne Wheeler
Joseph \Wood

Alving McFarlane
Arthur Whillaker

Patrick Ianlin
James Sikes
John R. Smith

"a Lasting Monument"

Page 2

1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Parade of Sports
4:30-All Star Golf
5:30- This Is The Life
6:00- Close Up
6:30- Newsreel
6:45-Football Scoreboard
7:00-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00--Joey Bishop Show
9:30-Meaning Of Communism
10:05- Sacred Heart
10:15- Movie Time:
"Ghosts Of Berkeley Square"
5:30-Wonders of the World
6:00-NEWS 30
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Navy Notebook
7:30-Mayor of the Town
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Bob Cummings
8:30-Stump The Stars
9:00- Mr. Adam & Eve
10:15-Science 11A
10:30-Steve Allen
5:30- American Business
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-"I've Got A Secret"
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Coronado 9
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00-SCN Special -
"Texaco Star Parade"
10:15-Greatest Dramas
10:30-Armchair Theater
4:00- Afternoon
5:00-Dance Party
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-To Tell the Truth
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:30-Star Playhouse
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Desilu Playhouse:
10:15-Science 11B
10:30- Tonight
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- American Business
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-True Adventure
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-The Unexpected
7:30-The Real McCoys
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-On Broadway Tonight
9:00-Death Valley Days
9:30-All Star Theater
10:15-Social Security In Action
10:30-Chevy Mystery Hour
3:05-How Many Homes
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Science In Action
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:30-Price Is Right
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05- Royal Playhouse
8:30-Five Star Jubilee
9:00-Celebrity Game
9:30-Star and the Story
10:15-Fight Of The Week
11:00-Friday Nite Movie
1:00- SCN NEWS (English)
1:05- Cartoon Carnival
1:50-EBF Woodwind Choir
2:05- Capt. Kangaroo
3:00- Sports Time
3:30- CBS Sport Spectacular
4:00-Pro Bowlers Tour
5:15- American Bandstand
6:00-SCN NEWS (English)
6:30-SCN Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Big Picture
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Ann Southern
8:30-King of Diamonds
9:00-Lawrence Welk
10:15-Bowling From Balboa
11:15--Wrestling from Hollywood

Albert M. Browne

Edward Overstrect
Freda Stohrer

Joseph l.avalas


October 9, 1964


Copy of First Transit Log On Exhibit

A copy of the log of the first tran- former Chief of the Locks Division.
sit (through Gatun Locks) of the The display is a follow-up of the
S.S. Ancon'is a feature of a new ex- 50th Anniversary displays that the
hibit in the flat lighted case at the library-museum has been providing
entrance to the Canal Zone Museum all year. A panorama of Gatun Locks
in the Civil Affairs Building. and pictures of early transits are
It is a photostat of the original shown along with the first transit log.
log which was presented to the mu- The display also includes two
seum by the late Roy Stockham, mounted plaques from the old "mu-

les" now being replaced by new tow-
ing locomotives.
Several other pictures of this era
are being displayed by the Canal
Zone Librarv-Museum for the first
time. An interesting view of Em-
pire, a 1908 picture, loaned to the
library by F. R. Gregory, adds to
the interest of the display.


Employees promoted or transferred
through August 5, 1964, (within
grade promotions and job reclassifi-
cations are not listed.)

Clifford A. Hinds, Utility Worker
Supply & Community Services, to
Alfred D. Jackman, Laborer, Sup-
ply & Community Services, to
File Clerk, Personnel Bureau.
Schools Division
Julio Luque G., Substitute Teacher,
L.A. Schools, to Teacher Elemen-
tary L.A. Schools.

Police Division
Jack C. Sutherland, Police Sergeant
to Police Lieutenant, Gamboa.

Fire Division
Frances D. Jones, Clerical Assistant
(Stenography) to Administrative

Fannie P. Hernandez, Canal Zone
Guide Interpreter to Writer.

Electrical Division
Theodore C. Henter, Assistant Chief
Hydrographer to Chief Hydro-
Samuel B. Mauldin, Power System
Dispatcher to Chief, Power Sys-
tem Dispatcher.
Vernon L. Dahlhoff, General Fore-
man Electrician to Chief Foreman.
Elizabeth A. Hansen, Clerk-Typist
Accounting Division to Commu-
nication Branch.
Albert M. White, Apprentice (Cen-
tral Office Repairman) 4th Year to
Electrician (Telephone).
Julian G. Wharton, Warehouseman,
Supply Division, to Apprentice
Electrician-Telephone), 1st Year.

Dredging Division
Gerardo Cosca, Apprentice (Machin-
ist) 4th Year to Machinist.
Winston F. Peart, Apprentice (Car-
penter) 3d Year to Apprentice
(Carpenter) 4th Year.
Jack L. Kluever, Apprentice (Ma-
chinista 2d Year to Apprentice
(Machinist) 3d Year.
Gene R. Griffith, Messenger to Ap-
prentice (Carpenter) 1st Year.
Ashby S. Smith, Clerk-Typist, Rail-
road Division, to Engineering and
Construction Bureau.

Manitenance Division
John E. Jennison, Lead Foreman
Pipefitter to General Foreman
Louis H. Charles, Lead Foreman
Painter to General Foreman
Arnoldo Bertoncini, Apprentice (Re-
frigeration & Air Conditioning
Mechanic) 4th Year to Refrigera-
tion & Air Conditioning Mechanic.
James E. Reece, Apprentice (Painter)
3d Year to Painter.
Edward Miller, Apprentice (Carpen-
ter) 3d Year to Apprentice (Car-
penter) 4th Year.
Roland S. Josephs, Apprentice (Ma-
chinist) 1st Year to Apprentice
(Machinist) 2d Year.
Agustin A. Tejada, Laborer (Heavy)
to Helper Welder.

Gorgas Hospital
Omar L. Franklin, Medical Officer
to Medical Officer (General Prac-
Efren N. Iufana, Hospital Resident,
2d Year, to Hospital Resident,
3d Year.
Michael Gass, Hospital Resident, 1st
Year, to Hospital Resident, 2d
Paul D. Lairson, Hospital Resident,

1st Year, to Hospital Resident,
2d Year.
Vincent Ho. L., Intern to Hospital
Resident, 1st Year.
Dorothy G. de Quiros, Sales Clerk,
Supply Division, to Clerk.
Ku P. Wing, Cook to Leader Cook.
Clifford A. Dottin, Laundry Worker
to Hospital Attendant.

Division of Veterinary Medicine
Russell E. Pierson, Veterinarian, Sup-
ply Division to Veterinarian.

Division of Sanitation
Jorge Martinez, Exterminator to
Leader Exterminator.
Angel Jimenez, Railroad Trackman
to Laborer (Heavy-Pest-Control).
Lorenzo Ribas, Laborer (Heavy-Pest-
Control) to Exterminator.

Navigation Division
Herbert S. Bell, Pilot, Probationary,
to Pilot, Cristobal.
Travis A. Williams, Pilot-in-Train-
ing to Pilot, Probationary, Balboa.
Violeta F. Barnabas, Clerk-Typist to
Alberto A. Robinson, Crane Hook-
man to Crane Hookman (Heavy).
Victor Hardy, Crane Hookman to
Crane Hookman (Heavy).
Alfonso N. Forbes, Laborer (Heavy)
to Line Handler (Deckhand).

Industrial Division
Anthony II. Hopiak, Leader Boat-
builder to Lead Foreman Boat-
John R. Smith, Molder to Leader
Rugico E. Rocha Q., Apprentice
(Boilermarker), 4th Year, to Boiler-
Joseph S. Benson, Apprentice (Pipe-
fitter), 4th Year, to Pipefitter.
Pedro R. Rebolledo, Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 4th Year, to Machinist
Arthur Trottman, Apprentice (Pipe-
fitter), 2d Year, to Apprentice
(Pipefitter) 3d Year.
Miguel de la Espada, Crane Hook-
man to Crane Hookman, (Heavy).
Benjamin Y. Denny, Boiler Tender
to Crane Hookman (Heavy).
Carlos Grenard, Laborer (Heavy) to
Apprentice (Boilermaker) 1st Year.

Locks Division
William F. Young, Russell C. Meiss-
ner, Foremen (Lock Operations) to
Chief Foremen (Lock Operations).
Gregory P. Gramlich, Lock Operator
(Machinist) to Leader Lock Oper-
ator, (Machinist).
Daniel H. George, Robert S. Flu-
mach, Apprentices (Electricians),
4th Year to Electricians.
Leslie C. McIntosh, Helper Lock
Operator to Oiler.

Marta C. Sosa, Clerk-Typist to Ac-
counting Clerk.

Supply Division
Theodore M. Griffiths, Utility Worker
to Cook.
Guillermo Alvarado A., Beresford
Gittens, Utility Workers to Labor-
ers (Heavy).
Carlos A. Austin, Laborer (Cleaner)
to Supply Clerk.
Aubrey C. Baxter, High Lift Truck
Operator to Truck Driver.
Maxie Salmon, Warehouseman to
Clarence C. Bailey, Assistant Baker
to Baker.
Jose M. Kelly, Tree Trimmer to Lead
Foreman Garbage Collector, Com-
munity Services Division.

Terminals Division
Frederick M. Linck, Guard to Guard
Supervisor, Cristobal.
Manuel A. Perra, Jerry Escalona,
Frances.A. Jolliffe, Helpers Liquid
Fuels Gagers to Liquid Fuels Gag-
ers (Limited).
Carmen F. Ender, Cargo Clerk to
Freight Rate Assistant (Typing).
Charles H. Burnett, Line Handler to
Water Service Man.
Motor Transportation Division
Albert B. Collins, Electrician to
Lead Foreman (Material Handling
Equipment Repair), Cristobal.
Guy C. Eduardo, Apprentice (Auto-
motive Mechanic) 3d Year to
Automotive Mechanic.
Alfred C. Jones, Apprentice (Auto-
motive Mechanic-Body and Fend-
er) 3d Year to Automotive Me-
chanic (Body and Fender).
Benito A. Belgrave, Apprentice (Auto-
motive Mechanic) 1st Year to Ap-
prentice (Automotive Mechanic)
2d Year.
Antonio F. Setea, Automotive Equip-
ment Serviceman to Apprentice
(Automotive Machinist) 1st Year.
Livinston Gayle B., Laborer Com-
munity Service Division to Clerk.


The Theater Guild announces that
reservations will be available begin-
ning tonight for the next play, Sun-
day in New York, which will run
from Friday, October 16, through
Saturday, October 24. This is a rib-
wrecking comedy featuring Gloria
Green, who literally hooks an at-
tractive stranger (Mike Kocher) on
a Fifth Avenue bus. They end up
in the apartment of her affectionate
big brother (Don Wilcox), only to
be unexpectedly confronted by her
home town suitor at an unfavorable

All Storehouse sections will be
closed for inventory Friday, Octo-
ber 16, except Sections A, D, T, and
Furniture Pool.



Complete confidence in the Pan- sonal pride but that of our entire
ama Canal has been the basis of lo- organization in this recognition,"

cation of many of the United Fruit
Company plantations, said a letter
from the president of the company
to Governor Fleming.
The letter, from Thomas E. Sun-
derland, expressed appreciation tor
award of a Commemorative Certifi-
cate to the company by Governor
Fleming during ceremonies in con-
nection with the observance of the
50th anniversary of the Canal in
"I express not only my own per-

Sunderland said. "Our Company has
been most closely and pleasantly
identified with the Canal during the
last 50 years, and indeed prior to
that time when our ships carried
building materials and supplies to
Panama for its construction.
"The location of many of our
plantations is based on our complete
confidence in the Canal-and we are
proud indeed to be your leading cus-
tomer. We look forward with the
greatest of pleasure to many more
years of this friendly association."

(Promotions which did not involve
changes of title)
Paul H. Loizeaux, Medical Officer
(General Surgery), Coco Solo Hos- -
Jack Van IHoose, Graduate Intern
(Administrative Services), Office of
the Director, Health Bureau.
Margaret B. Zeimetz, Clerk-Steno-.
grapher, Office of the Director,
Civil Affairs. A --I
Shirley HI. Barca, Travel Expense I
Claims Examiner, General Audit "
Division. -
Dorothy C. Gerald, Library Assist-
ant, Canal Zone Libraries.
A Superior Service Award, signed by Canal Zone Governor Fleming was
Maxine G. Davis, Clerk-Typist, Di- presented James (Jim) J. McDade, Jr. (right), Panama Canal Housing
vision of Preventive Medicine. Maintenance Supervisor on the Atlantic side of the Isthmus, during a gath-
Maria I. Vasquez, Electrocardiograph ering held in his honor by employees of the Community Services Division.
Technician, Gorgas Hospital. The presentation was made by Harry C. Egolf, Acting Asssitant Director,
Alfred Griffith, Surveying Aid, En- who represented the Director of the Supply and Community Service Bu-
reau. Mrs. McDade is seated between the two men, and at left is Mrs. Egolf.
gineering Division. The honor guest retired on disability in September after 22 years, 2 months,
James M. Zelsman, Lead Foreman 28 days' service in the Canal organization. He had participated in the
(Lock Operations) Locks Division. evacuation of the New Cristobal area and had had an important role in
getting the new houses ready for occupancy in Coco Solo. The Superior
Betty C. Porter, Clerk-Typist, Locks Service Award cited his exemplary service to the Panama Canal and
Division, Gatun. that during the past 12 years the quality of his performance, productive-
ness, and cooperation has been constantly superior. He was cited, too,
Hiram D. Hunter, Timekeeper, Ter-for his demonstrated ability in developing realistic maintenance estimates,
minals Division. scheduling of townsite evacuation, and programing renovation work.

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October 9, 1964

Four 40-Year Canal Employees

Among Retirees in September

Nineteen Panama Canal employees
retired in September, four of them
with more than 40 years' Canal
service. One other employee had 15
years' Panama Canal service and 29
years' service with the U.S. Navy
for a total Federal service record
of 44 years.
Canal Zone Governor Fleming
presented the retirement certificates
to the employees still on the Isth-
mus in a retirement ceremony held
at the Administration Building, Bal-
boa Heights, last week. He expressed
the thanks of the U.S. Government
for the years of loyal service the
employees had given and presented
each his retirement certificate. Gov-
ernor Fleming also gave a key to
the locks to those employees with
over 40 years' service: F6lix M6n-
dez, 47 years; James Eversley, 45
years; Carlos Centella, 42 years;
Marco Adonia, 41 years; and Amado
De la Pena, a total of 44 years.
The employees who retired in
September, with their places of em-
ployment, and years of Panama Ca-
nal service are as follows:

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
October 10, 1964

(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:00, 5:10, 8:20-Mon., 7:30-
The Leopard
Tues., 7:30-The World Of Henry Orient
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-Move Over Darling
Fri., 7:00-A Yank In Vietnam
Saturday night-Love With The Proper
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-America,
Tues.-Kiss Of The Vampire
Wed.-Beyond A Reasonable Doubt
Thurs.-Wild River
Fri.-Never So Few
Friday, Owl Show 10:00 p.m.-Grounds
For Marriage
Saturday night, 8:15 p.m.-Hootenanny
Sun.-Sunday In New York
Tues.-Wild River
Wed.-Kiss Of The Vampire
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-America, America
(Air Conditioned)
Saturday night-Sun., 2:00, 7:00-55 Days
At Peking
Mon.-That Night
Wed.-Any Number Can Win
Thurs.-Amazons Of Rome
Fri.-Stampede At Bitter Creek
Saturday night-Twilight Of Honor
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-The Young
Sunday night-Mon., 7:00-A Hard Day's
Fri.-Hootenanny Hoot
Friday, Owl Show 10:00 p.m.-Rich,
Young, And Pretty
Saturday night-The Young Stranger
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-Son Of Flubber
Sunday night-Rally Round The Flag Boys
Fri.-A Hard Day's Night
OAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.

Special Matinees

BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-Kim-Errol Flynn,
Dean Stockwell: Rudyard Kipling's fab-
ulous romantic adventure. In color.
(120 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-A Guy Named
Joe-Spencer Tracy: A combination of
romance, comedy, and war action of the
USAF fighting pilots. (126 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-Angels In The Out-
field-Paul Douglas: Comedy fantasy of
a big-league baseball manager.
(110 min.)
GAMBOA: 6:15 p.m.-The Young Land-
Pat Wayne: A tale of strife in a border
MARGARITA: 2:00 p.m.-Devil Goddess-
A jungle adventure with plenty of ac-
tion. Starring Johnny Weissmuller.
(75 min.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Apache Country-
Gene Autry in a fast-moving Western.

Marco Adonia, Helper Electrician,
Electrical Division, Atlantic Side:
40 years, 11 months, 3 days.
Thora M. Baublits, Teacher, U.S.
Elementary Schools, Atlantic Side:
30 years, 2 days.
Ivan Berezowski, Helper Core Drill
Operator, Dredging Division, Pa-
cific Side: 33 years, 3 months, 14
Carlos E. Centella, Signalman, Nav-
igation Division, Pacific Side: 42
years, 6 months, 29 days.
Amado De La Pena, Seaman, Nav-
igation Division, Pacific Side: 14
years, 10 months, 28 days.
James E. Eversley, Deckhand Boat-
swain, Navigation Division, Atlan-
tic Side: 45 years, 4 months, 1 day.
Harold H. Feeney, Chief, Construc-
tion Division, Pacific Side: 12
years, 11 months, 17 days; also
17 years' other U.S. Government
service for a total of 30 years.
Manuel Garcia, Railroad Trackman,
Railroad Division, Atlantic Side:
22 years, 11 months, 18 days.
James J. McDade, Jr., Housing Main-
tenance Supervisor, Community
Services Division, Atlantic Side:
22 years, 2 months, 28 days.
Octavio Medina, Guard, Terminals
Division, Atlantic Side: 23 years,
6 months, 4 days.
Fdlix M6ndez, Hospital Guard, Co-
rozal Hospital: 47 years, 2 months,
27 days.
Abel Ortega, Surveying Aid, Engi-
neering Division, Pacific Side: 32
years, 7 months, 10 days.
Claude A. Stewart, Helper Electri-
cian, Electrical Division, Pacific
Side: 23 years, 10 months, 2 days.

Homer H. Summerford, Police Pri-
vate, Police Division, Pacific Side:
23 years, 3 months, 29 days.
Emma Trower, Clerk Checker, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific Side: 19 years,
1 month, 1 day.
Walter C. Watts, General Foreman,
Lock Operations-Mechanic, Locks
Division, Atlantic Side: 23 years,
7 months.
Margaret C. Yerkes, Supervisory
General Supply Officer, (Medical),
Gorgas Hospital: 23 years, 2
months, 11 days.
William F. Caddell, Lock Operator
Electrician, Locks Division, Paci-
fic Side: 8 years, 10 months, 20
Camilo A. Velez, Helper Electrician,
Electrical Division, Pacific Side:
33 years, 11 months, 23 days.

(Continued from p. 1)

ing plans, options, and type of enroll-
ment (self-only to family) from Feb-
ruary 1 through February 15.
Where both husband and wife are
employees, and both are enrolled
for "self-only" health insurance cov-
erage, it is suggested that they con-
sider changing enrollment to "self
and family" under the husband's
The reason: If husband and wife
are enrolled for self-only and the
husband were to die in service, the
widow might terminate her employ-
ment with the Federal Government
before she is eligible for retirement.
If this occurred, she would lose her
right to coverage under the Federal
Employees Health Benefits Act.

Summary of changes in the four Health Benefit Plans in which Pan-
ama Canal U.S. citizen employees are enrolled. Effective November 1.

Low Option rates do not change. New High Option deductions are:

Code No."


Type of
Self only

Increase in


102 High Self and family 2.06 7.88

Increased in High and Low Options

Low Option rates do not change. New High Option deductions are:

Code No.*


Type of
Self only
Self and family


Increase in


No change.

Low Option rates do not change. New High Option deductions are:

Code No.-


Type of
Self only
Self and family


Increase in


Increased in High Option.

Rates of this High Option Plan do not change.

Code No.-


Type of
Self only
Self and family


Increase in


'-This shows on your payroll deduction slip, in case you aren't sure in
which plan you're enrolled.

- ,-

--,t^ 7/ M

The Canal Zone Chapter of the American Red Cross went into immediate
action last Friday to aid the victims of the disastrous fire in Panama City.
Mrs. John J. Rogers (right), secretary of the Canal Zone Chapter, American
Red Cross, is shown as she arrived with a carload of items for use by the
Panama fire victims. Panama Boy Scouts helped unload the car. The Canal
Zone Chapter furnished 2,500 coffee rolls Sunday morning and also provid-
ed 4,500 paper plates, 1,000 disposable diapers, and a number of cases of
evaporated milk. Panamanian employees of the Canal organization and
their families who were affected by the fire are being provided clothing
at the Canal Zone Red Cross headquarters. These fire victims are given
identification cards by Mrs. Magdalena Conte de Duque, secretary general
of the Panama Red Cross, and the families come with these cards to the
Canal Zone Red Cross office for clothing supplies. The Canal Zone Bus
Service Corporation, as a contribution to the homeless and destitute fire
victims, donated a check for $25 to the Red Cross relief work.

Mixed Doubles

Bowling Tourney

UF Appeal Event

A mixed doubles bowling tourna-
ment will be a feature of the United
Fund appeal in the Canal Zone again
this year.
The tourney will get underway
October 31 and will be climaxed
November 21 when the champion-
ship match is to be televised live
over the Southern Command Net-
An array of spectacular prizes,
highlighted by a pair of round-trip
tickets to Mexico City via PanAm
superjet, has been lined up.
Keglers competing in the Isthmus-
wide benefit may roll games at the
following bowling centers at Albrook,
Balboa, Clayton, Curundu, Howard,
15th Naval District, Rodman, Gulick
or Margarita.
Everyone is eligible to participate
upon payment of a $1 entry fee.
Bowlers may enter as many times as
they wish.
All proceeds will be turned over
to the United Fund.

United Fund
(Continued from p. 1)
when you buy your tickets for Tues-
day's benefit show at the Balboa
The noted Peter Sellers heads the
movie cast, supported by Paula Pren-
tiss, Angela Lansbury, Tom Bosley,
Phyllis Thaxter and Bibi Osterwald.
"The World of Henry Orient" is
a tale of a third-rate pianist, played
by Sellers, whose life is made mis-
erable when hoydenish teen-agers
develop a crush on him.
The 79th Army Band is under the
direction of CWO Alexander T. Di
Fronzo. It has just returned from
a tour of more than 1,100 miles
through the heart of Bolivia during
which it reached audiences estimat-
ed at more than 75,000 in eight

The professor was delivering the
last lecture of the term. "The ex-
amination papers are now in the
hands of the printer, he concluded.
"Now, are there any questions?"
There was silence for a moment,
then a voice piped up: "Who is the

An active burst of ashes and smoke from el Volcan Irazu was photographed
by Preston E. Minton, who with Mrs. Minton and Mr. and Mrs. C. McG.
Brandl travelled to Costa Rica recently to view the damage done by the
volcano and to see the remedial work being done by the U.S. Navy Assist
Team. Brandl, chief of the Panama Canal Construction Division, presented
a color slide show of the volcano, and the destruction it has done, at a
recent meeting of the Diablo Camera Club.

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Vol. III, No. 16 50 Aios de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 9 de Octubre de 1964



A s6lo escasas semanas de haberse iniciado la campafia pro Fondo Unido ya la organizaci6n del Canal de
PanamA ha superado mis de la mitad (casi el 60%) de la suma fijada como meta para 1964. En efecto, de la can-
tidad fijada de $73.800, ya se han logrado mis de $50.000.
La dinAmica campafia para recabar fondos obtendrA un punto culminante el martes venidero con el espectacu-
lar SHOW que sera ofrecido en el teatro de Balboa a las ocho de la noche, detalles sobre el cual aparecen abajo.

La Division de Ingenieria, de la
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n fue la primera en superar su
cuota, en tanto que la Contraloria
llenaba la suya en s61o cuatro dias.
La Division Industrial de la Direc-
ci6n de Marina super, por primera
vez en la historic local del Fondo
Unido, la cuota que le habia sido
asignada, alcanzando como el 25%
encima de lo prefijado. La Divisi6n
Industrial celebrara la Victoria tal
como celebr6 antes el Dia del Saque
Inicial. La banda de la escuela se-
cundaria de Rainbow City desfilara
por el Area industrial en esta ocasi6n.



Con nuevo format y calculado a
cubrir una creciente area de inter6s,
el Review del Canal de PanamA se
prepare a reaparecer como una pu-
blicaci6n trimestral. Frank A. Bald-
win, Jefe de Informaci6n del Canal
de PanamA, al anunciar lo anterior,
indic6 que el primer nnmero de esta
nueva fase saldra en noviembre.
Se prestara mayor atenci6n a cr6-
nicas de fondo, en tanto que mate-
rial que antiguamente aparecia en
la revista aparecerA en adelante en
el semanario Spillway.
En cada edici6n apareceran al me-
nos dos articulos relatives al am-
biente panamefio, versando desde la
industrial hasta sitios de recreo y es-
parcimiento, colocando el mayor in-
fasis en las personas conectadas con
el tema.
La relaci6n de los ascensos y tras-
lados que se registren-que hasta
ahora venian apareciendo en el Re-
view-pasara al Spillway donde pue-
de publicarse con mayor periodici-
dad. Igual cosa sucedera con la re-
laci6n de datos sobre accidents.
La list de empleados con 40 6 30
afios de servicio federal continuarA
apareciendo en la revista, pero la
relative a los que tengan s61o 20
anios de servicio aparecerA en el
En futuras ediciones del Review
irAn apareciendo interesantes cr6ni-
cas en que se explorara el ancho
panorama cultural, industrial y agri-
cola de Panama, asi como el rico
venero de su historic y los senderos
que transit en la ruta del progress.
Los intereses maritimos y navie-
ros hallaran que la revista trimestral
dedicara mayor espacio a noticias y
asuntos de sabor maritime.
Los funcionarios del Canal de Pa-
nama observaran, por otro lado, que
habra mas material de lectura rela-
tivo a sus actividades en relaci6n
con el transito de naves por el Ca-
nal. Las grAficas e informaci6n so-
bre el Canal tambien encierran gran
interns para los armeros.

Peter Duchin Otra Vez

En Show A Beneficio

Del Fondo Unido, 1964
El afamado pianist neoyor-
quino, Peter Duchin, quien par-
ticip6 aqui en espectaculo mon-
tado en el teatro de Balboa a be-
neficio del Fondo Unido de la
Zona del Canal en 1960, volve-
ra a aparecer este afio.
En aquella ocasi6n Duchin
era parte integrante de la Ban-
da 79 del Ej6rcito, que ofreci6
numeros especiales. Este afio
esa misma banda tambien par-
ticipara en el especticulo, ofre-
ciendo un concerto con ante-
rioridad a la proyecci6n de la
cinta "El Mundo de Henry
Orient" en la que aparece Du-
La funci6n a beneficio del
Fondo Unido se realizarA en el
teatro de Balboa el martes en-
trante y los boletos cuestan $1.50
para los adults y 75 centavos
para los menores de 12 afios.
En la cinta del taquillero
show tiene el rol estelar Peter
Sellers, ayudado por Paula
Prentiss, Angela Lansbury, Tom
Bosley, Phyllis Thaxter y Bibi
La Banda del 79 del Ej6rcito que
esta actualmente bajo la direcci6n
del Suboficial Alexander T. DiFron-
ze, acaba de regresar de una gira de


Esclusas de Miraflores
Esclusas de Cat6fn _
Las Cruces (3 viajes)__
Reina Manuelita (1 viaje)
Total:___..._ ._.

S 25

mas de 1.100 millas que la llev6 al I
coraz6n mismo de Bolivia. En esa
gira se calcula que fue escuchada
por mAs de 75.000 almas durante los
ocho conciertos ofrecidos.
El joven Duchin, quien estA em-
pefiado en crear composiciones origi-
nales con el fin de convertirse en un
compositor serio, es actualmente un $Z MIILONES 1
pianist mimado de la Sociedad.
Duchin utiliza el mismo piano he- A IAI
redado de su famoso padre, Eddie i A I L
El espectaculo del martes en el
teatro de Balboa ofrece la oportuni- El personal federal ha contribui-
dad no s6lo de contribuir a una bue- do voluntariamente con unos $2
na causa sino de gozar de un buen
concerto musical y una excelente millions para a Biblioteca Conme-
cinta cinematografica. morativa John F. Kennedy. Esto

Restringe Ciertas Actividades

Political la Ley Hatch a los

Empleados Federales de E.U.A.
Con las elecciones presidenciales Es legal para los emplea
que se celebrarAn en el mes de no- rales usar distintivos o bot
viembre en los Estados Unidos, tanto liticos o exhibir r6tulos po
los empleados estadounidenses como sus autom6viles particular,
los no estadounidenses deben estar Sin embargo, ciertas ac
familiarizados con las disposiciones estan prohibidas de acuerd
bAsicas de la Ley Hatch, que regular ley y la possible sanci6n pc
la actividad political de los emplea- laci6n es la remocion o so
dos Federales, con el fin de llenar sin pago por no menos de 3
sus posiciones de fe pfblica. Las actividades prohibit
Los empleados federales tienen el yen:
derecho de expresar sus opinions Servir para o en un cor
political, pero no pueden tomar par- tico cualquiera, partido u c
te active en direcci6n political o cam- nizaci6n similar, o como un
pafia political. o suplente en una junta c
Es legal para los empleados fede- ci6n de partido.
rales hacer contribuciones volunta- Escribir para su publicac
rias para las organizaciones political blicar cualquier carta o art
regularmente constituidas, con la mada o no, solicitando vot
condici6n de que tal contribuci6n vor de o contra cualquie
no sea hecha en un edificio federal politico o candidate.
o a alg6n otro empleado federal. (Pasa a la p

dos fede-
:ones po-
liticos en
to con la
)r la vio-
10 dias.
las inclu-

nit6 poli-
otra orga-

ci6n o pu-
:iculo, fir-
:os en fa-
r partido

dgina 4)

En cuanto a las cr6nicas sobre Pa- _
namA ellas ofrecerAn al lector un
vehiculo para la mejor comprensi6n
y conocimiento de la Repifblica.. .
En la edici6n castellana de la re-
vista los lectores panamefios halla- '
ran informaci6n sobre actividades
del Canal al propio tiempo que in-
formaci6n valiosa sobre Panama.
"El Review trimestral propugna-
rA por servir mejor los distintos in-
tereses, con material de actualidad
y en forma atrayente" manifest el Preparando distribuci6n del "Spillway" vemos a Cyril B. Doyle, Francis A. Cutkelvin, G. L. Phillips y Cuthbert M.
senior Baldwin. Josiah. Al fondo aparece Carlyle D. Clark, ocupado en el registro del tiempo y trabajo efectuado por los empleados.

represent un quinto del costo esti-
mado del proyecto y el double del
estimado en un informed a principios
de julio.
"Esta respuesta extraordinaria",
dijo el Administrador General John A.
Gronouski, Presidente de la Campa-
fia de Empleados Federales para la
biblioteca, "excede de nuestros es-
timados mas optimists. Felicito a
los empleados federales, y a los re-
presentantes que coordinaron la cam-
pafia en cada una de las agencies".
Las contribuciones de empleados
de la organizaci6n del Canal de Pa-
nama llegaron a $3,443.57.
Aunque la campafia fue princi-
palmente entire ciudadanos estado-
unidenses, muchos ciudadanos no
estadounidenses contribuyeron gene-
rosamente y varias organizaciones
comunales locales tambi6n contribu-
yeron, por lo que la campafia cubri6
toda la comunidad de la Zona del
En muchas agencies pequefias, di-
jo el Sr. Gronouski, la representaci6n
del empleado fue de un 100 por
ciento, y 75 por ciento en algunas
de las grandes.

R. S. Herr

De Correos
Robert S. Herr, Subdirector de Co-
rreos desde 1961, ha sido nombrado
Director de Correos, segin anunci6
el Director de Asuntos Civiles. Reem-
plaza a Earl F. Unruh, quien se ju-
bil6 y parti6 el mes pasado hacia los
Estados Unidos.
Su nombramiento como jefe de la
operaci6n postal de la Zona del Ca-
nal se produjo exactamente 30 afios
despues de su llegada al Istmo pro-
cedente de su pueblo natal de Lan-
caster, Pensilvania.
Herr vino como visitante, pero se
qued6 cuando le ofrecieron un em-
pleo con el Ej6rcito de los EE. UU.
Cambi6 a la Divisi6n de Correos po-
cos meses despues y con la excep-
ci6n de un corto period con la Di-
recci6n de Personal, ha estado con
la unidad desde entonces.
Durante los afios en que ha estado
empleado con la Divisi6n de Correos,
Herr ha trabajado con casi todas las
secciones y oficinas de correos en la
Zona del Canal. El fue administra-
dor de correos en Fuerte Sherman y
luego actu6 como oficinista de co-
rreos de relevo y administrator de
correos en varias otras oficinas de
correos de la Zona.
Ha estado en la oficina del Direc-
tor de Correos desde 1942 y fue as-
cendido a ayudante administrative
en 1955. Ha sido subdirector du-
rante los Altimos tries afios.





Octubre 9, 1964

Gente en la Noticia


Gaspar Garcia de Paredes es Subjefe Oficinista en la Secci6n de Equipo de Oficina de la Secci6n de Almacenaje
de la Divisi6n de Abastos. Paredes ingres6 a la organizaci6n del Canal de Panama en 1919 y desde entonces
ha estado al servicio de la Divisi6n de Abastos, por un total de 45 afios. Es responsible en lo que se refiere a
ordenar todo el equipo y mobiliario de oficina para el uso en las oficinas de la organizaci6n del Canal. Estudi6
en la Universidad de Columbia en Nueva York y naci6 en Panama donde reside con su esposa Maria Teresa
Quijano de Paredes. Tiene tres hijos que son m6dicos y dos hijas, todos los cuales son casados. En sus ratos de
ocio le gusta practicar la nataci6n.

Kenneth O. Blackman, Oficinista de Registro del Inventario en la Secci6n de Equipo de Oficina de la Secci6n de
Almacenaje de la Divisi6n de Abastos, viene laborando para la organizaci6n del Canal de PanamA durante los
l6timos 24 afios. Es encargado de recibir y Ilevar inventario del equipo y mobiliario de oficina de la organizaci6n
del Canal. Blackman naci6 en Red Tank, Zona del Canal y reside en Paraiso. Es soltero y le gustan much
los deportes.


Todas las secciones de almacenaje
permanecerdn cerradas por inventa-
rio el viernes 16 de octubre con ex-
cepci6n de las Secciones A, D, T y
la Secci6n de Equipo de Oficina.

La empresa Sider6rgica Nacional
Financiera y Altos Hornos, de M6xi-
co, estA cooperando con el Banco
Centroamericano para financial par-
cialmente y suministrar ayuda de
ingenieria para la fundaci6n y cons-
trucci6n de una siderurgica en Hon-



9-Exhibici6n del artist chileno Rodolfo Opazo. Panarte,
Parque Urraca, Panama.
10-Aniversario de la Proclamaci6n de la Repuiblica China.
12-Dia de la Raza. Columbus Day.
15-Charla del catedrAtico Dr. Baltazar Isaza y Calder6n
sobre "El Teatro Escuela de la Vida". Panarte, Parque
Urraca, Panama. 8:30 p.m. Gratis.
16-31-Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido de la
Zona del Canal Corozal.
21-Procesi6n del Cristo Negro en Portobelo.
21-Inauguraci6n de una exhibici6n de reproducciones de
Picasso. Lugar: Panarte, Parque Urraca, Panama.

duras, por valor de $20 millones, que
estara situada cerca de Castilla, sobre
la costa Atlantica. Tambi6n ayuda-
ran en la financiaci6n del proyecto
las rep6blicas centroamericanas y el
Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo

11:30- Documental
12:00-Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00-Cine en su casa
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Teatro Dominical
7:00-Intriga en Hawai
8:00-El Especticulo Mis Grande
del Mundo
9:00 El Vagabundo
9:30- Teleteatro


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00-El Niiio del Circo
7:30-Mister Ed
8:00-El Detective Millonario
9:00-Foro de Opini6n


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- Peter Gun
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Show de Donna Reed
7:30-Fuego de Juventud
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-La Marina de McHale
9:30-El Abogado Audaz


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Los Detectives
9:00-El Show de Lucy
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15--Peter Gun
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00-El Rebelde
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-Arresto y Juicio


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00--Show de la Una
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Los Angeles Azules
7:30-- Picapiedras
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00- Noticias


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Programa Femenino
1:30-Tardes Filmicas
3:00-Sa'ao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Capitain Marte y XL-5
7:30-Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
8:00- Ben Casey
9:00-Rumbo a lo Desconocido


10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-H-ombres Cl6ebres
10:45-SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Cita Informal
1- ,', i .. Novela Semanal
S '- i ,-,. Novela Juvenil
I '"' i. .. ,I de Cartones
4:30-Desde el Hip6dromo
5:30-La Comedia Silente
9:00-Ruta 66
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-La Loy del Rev6lver
7:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Intocables
10:30-Teatro Frances
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Cindido P6rez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El Pajaro Loco
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-La Cuerda FIoja
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Randall el Justiciero
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55--Informative del Mediodia
1:15- Novela Semanal
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
7:00- Noticias
7:30-E1 Precio Exacto
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Pete y Gladys
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
7:30-El Paso al Nor-Oeste
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dick Powell
10:30-Dimensi6n Desconocida
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Viendo a Biondi
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
7:30- Show de Van Dyke
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-E1 Santo
10:30-Clave 3
11:30-El Mundo al Vuelo
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25--Rev6lver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15--De Inter6s Para Usted
1:30- Annie Oakley
2:00- Repriss: Novela de las 5
4:00- Documental
4:30-La eocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30 Investigador Submarino
7:30-Lo Mejor de Angelica
8 00- Perry Mason
9:00-Las Enfermeras
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15- Pelicula

En Su Pantalla

Viernes 9_______

SAbado 10 --

Domingo 11
Lunes 12 -..

Martes 13 -

Mi6rcoles 14__ _

Jueves 15_____

Viemes 16 ____-


Postmark For Danger and
All Mine To Give
The V.I.P's
The V.I.P's


Siren Song and
War Party
Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed


Postmark For Danger and
All Mine To Give


Captain Newman, M.D.
Siren Song and
War Party
Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed

Grounds For Marriage


Beyond A Reasonable Doubt and
Run Of The Arrow


10 p.m. Only
3 Worlds Of Gulliver

Call Me Bwana

The Victors

The Haunting


Lady In Fear and Julesburg

10 p.m. Onlarceny
A Slight Case Of Larceny

Pagina 2

f 11


Paigina 3


Todo un txito e
S*v r\. U

I Torneo

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Li I iatacion en uamooa

IJ I Con desbordante entusiasmo Muy Aplaudids
^w f- se llev6 a cabo este afo la Olim- Parina
piada Juvenil que se celebra L O P artiipatles
anualmente en la Zona del Ca-
nal con la participaci6n de di-
versas comunidades. ,,

ron en la piscina de Balboa el
--~ 28 de agosto siendo muy refii-
S. das y concurridas.
t Sesenta atletas de las siguien-r
imcm tes comunidades tomaron par-
te en la Olimpiada Juvenil de -"
.- -- 1964: Balboa, Coco Solo, Clay- -

--""- *Ft. Kobbe, Margarita, Paraiso V.
i., y Rainbow City. .
Ricardo Leach, de Paraiso, conquis- Las competencias que-se tie- Id ;
t6 las 100 yards estilo libre; se- ne entendido-forman parte de |
gundo lleg6 Vincent Thomas, a la la Uni6n Atl6tica de Amateurs,
izquierda, de Paraiso, y tercero (AAU) se realizan anualmente
Laurence Nessler, a la derecha, de ,,.
Balboa. entire nadadores de los diver-

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En las 100 yards estilo libre gan6
Mary Thompson, de Balboa, al cen-
tro; segunda Elida Clinton, de Rain-
bow City y tercera Sharon Bailey,
de Gatun. La prueba fue para nifias
de 15, 16 y 17 afios.


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sos planteles educativos para
ver c6mo van progresando y re- ,
gistrar las marcas que fuesen
estableciendo en los distintos
Las grificas que adornan es-
ta plana dan cuenta de los re-
sultados de importantes fina-
les realizadas en la piscina de
Esta Olimpiada Juvenil ad- .
quiere cada vez mayor impor-
tancia en los circulos deporti-
vos del Istmo que la siguen
con creciente interns. Ello se
debe, sobretodo, a que durante En la prueba de 50 yards estilo li-
su celebraci6n se van revelan- bre para nifias de 11 y 12 afios del
do las nuevas figures de latorneo de nataci6n Junior Olympic
Slas nuevas uras e celebrado en la Piscina de Gamboa,
nataci6n istmica que mafiana triunf6 Pam Dobbins, al centro, se-
podrian adquirir proyecci6n in- guida de Nona Ghent, a la izquierda
ry Elsie Draton. Charles Howe en-
ternacional. treg6 los premios.


Elida Clinton, de Rainbow City, gan6 las 200 yards
estilo libre, mientras que Celes Homan, a la izquierda,
arrib6 en segundo lugar. Robert Blair entreg6 los premios.


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:, ' .

Anthony Gerald, al centro, de Rainbow City, recibe su premio de manos
de Robert Blair, al ganar las 100 yards estilo espalda. A la izquierda Roger
Denny, de Albrook Field, que lleg6 segundo, y a la derecha Mike Hayes,
que ocup6 el tercer puesto. Esta prueba fue para muchachos de 13 y 14 afios.

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En otra prueba de 100 yards estilo libre, gan6 Roberto
Hill, al centro, de Rainbow City; segundo arrib6 Steve
Kinker, a la izquierda y tercero Andr6s P6rez.

lo w^^,

La prueba de 50 yards estilo espal-
da fue ganada por Alan Burch, al
centro; segundo Donaldo Logan, a
la izquicrda, de Rainbow City, y ter-
cero Christopher Kirts, a la derecha.

Mixto de Boliche

El 31 de Octubre
Un torneo de doubles mixtos de
boliche serA uno de los events prin-
cipales en la campafia del Fondo
Unido en la Zona del Canal este
ano nuevamente.
El torneo se iniciarA el 31 de oc-
tubre y terminara el 21 de noviem-
bre cuando el partido de campeo-
nato sea televisado vivo por la Ca-
dena del Comando Sur.
HabrA una gran cantidad de pre-
mios, entire los que se destaca un
par de boletos de ida y vuelta a
Ciudad de M6xico via Pan American
Los competidores de todo el Istmo
pueden participar en los juegos que
se celebrarnn en las boleras de Al-
brook, Balboa, Clayton, Curund6
Howard, 15o. Distrito Naval, Rod-
man, Gulick o Margarita. La cuota
de inscripci6n es de $1.


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En las 200 yards para muchachos de 15, 16 y 17 afios, triunf6 John Bri-
gadier, de Balboa; segundo lleg6 Jaime P6rez, a la izquierda, de Paraiso,
y tercero Alberto Aguilar, a la derecha.



Octubre 9, 1964





Octubre 9, 1964

Empleados que han sido ascendi-
dos o trasladados hasta el 5 de agos-
to de 1964 aparecen en la lista a
continuaci6n. Ascensos dentro del
mismo grado o reclasificaci6n no
Clifford A. Hinds, Mozo de Oficio,
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a
Alfred D. Jackman, Obrero, Abastos
y Servicios Comunales, a Archi-
vero, Direcci6n de Personal.
Division de Escuelas
Julio Luque G., Maestro Substi-
tuto, Escuelas Latinoamericanas, a
Maestro de Escuela Primaria, Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas.
Division de Policia
Jack C. Sutherland, Sargento de
Policia a Teniente de Policia,
Division de Bomberos
Frances D. Jones, Ayudante Ofici-
nista (Estenografia) a Ayudante

Fannie P. HernAndez, Guia de la
Zona del Canal (IntBrprete) a Es-
Division de Electricidad
Theodore C. Henter, Subjefe de Hi-
drografia a Jefe de Hidrografia.
Samuel B. Mauldin, Despachador de
Energia Electrica a Jefe Emisor
del Sistema de Energia El6ctrica.
Vernon L. Dahlhoff, Capataz Gene-
ral de Electricidad a Jefe Capataz.
Elizabeth A. Iansen, Oficinista-Me-
can6grafa, Contaduria, a Ramo de
Albert M. White, Aprendiz de Re-
parador de Central Telef6nica,
40. Afio a Electricista (Telefonos).
JuliAn G. Wharton, Almacenista, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, a Aprendiz de
Electricista (Telefonos) ler. Afio.
Division de Dragas
Gerardo Cosca, Aprendiz de MecA-
nico Tornero, 40. Afio a Mecanico
Winston F. Peart, Aprendiz de Car-
pintero, 3er. Aiio a Aprendiz de
Carpintero, 4o. Afio.
Jack L. Kluever, Aprendiz de MecA-
nico Tornero, 2o. Afio a Aprendiz
de MecAnico Tornero, 3er. Afio.
Gene R. Griffith, Mensajero a Apren-
diz de Carpintero, ler. Adio.
Ashby S. Smith, Oficinista-Mecan6-
grafo, Divisi6n de Ferrocarril,
al Ramo de Ingenieria y Cons-
Division de Mantenimiento
John E. Jennison, Primer Capataz
Montador de Tuberia a Capataz
General Montador de Tuberia.
Louis H. Charles, Primer Capataz
Pintor a Capataz General de Pin-
Arnoldo Bertoncini, Aprendiz de Me-
canico de Refrigeracidn y Acon-
dicionamiento de Aire, 4o. Anio a
Mecnico de Refrigeraci6n y Acon-
dicionamiento de Aire.
James E. Reece, Aprendiz de Pintor,
3er. Adio, a Pintor.
Edward Miller, Aprendiz de Carpin-
tero, 3er. Afio a Aprendiz de Car-
pintero, 4o. Aio.
Roland S. Josephs, Aprendiz de Me-
canico Tornero, ler. Afio a Apren-
diz de Mecanico Tornero, 2o. Afio.
Agustin A. Tejada, Obrero (Traba-
jos Pesados) a Ayudante Soldador.

-lospital Gorgas
Omar L. Franklin, MN'dico a Medico
(Prictica General).
Efrnn N. Hufana, Nldico Residente
2do. Afio, a M\dico Residente 3er.
Michael Gass, Medico Residente, ler.
Ano, a MNdico Residente, 2do.
Paul D. Lairson, Mddico Residente,
lcr. Afio, a M6dico Residente,
2do. Afio.
Vincent Ho L., M6dico Interno a MNb-
dico Residente, ler. Afio.
Dorothy G. de Quir6s, Vendedora,
Division de Abastos, a Oficinista.
Ku P. Wing, Cocinero a Capataz Co-
Clifford A. Dottin, Trabaiador de La-
vanderia a Mozo de Oficios (Hos-
Division de Medicina
Russell E. Pierson, Veterinario, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, a Veterinario.
Division de Sanidad
Jorge Martinez, Exterminador a Ca-
pataz Exterminador.
Angel Jim6nez, Obrero (Manteni-
miento de Vias F6rreas) a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados Erradicaci6n
de Plagas).
Lorenzo Ribas, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados Erradicaci6n de Plagas) a

Division de Navegaci6n)
Herbert S. Bell, Prnctico del Canal
(A Prueba), a Practico del Canal,
Travis A. Williams, Practico del Ca-
nal (Aprendiz), a PrActico del Ca-
nal (A Prueba), Balboa.
Violeta F. BarnabAs, Oficinista-Me-
can6grafa a Oficinista-Esten6grafa.
Alberto A. Robinson, Encargado de
Gancho de Gria, a Encargado de
Gancho de Gria Pesada.
Victor Hardy, Encargado de Gancho
de Gria, a Encargado de Gancho
de Grua Pesada.
Alfonso N. Forbes, Obrero (Traba-
jos Pesados) a Pasabarcos.
Division Industrial
Anthony H. Kopiak, Capataz Cons-
tructor de Buques a Primer Capa-
taz, Constructor de Buques.
John R. Smith, Moldeador a Capataz
Rugico E. Rocha Q., Aprendiz de
Calderero, 4o. Aio a Calderero.
Joseph S. Benson, Aprendiz de Mon-
tador de Tuberia, 4o. Aio, a Mon-
tador de Tuberia.
Pedro R. Rebolledo, Aprendiz de
Mecanico Tornero, 40. Aio, a Me-
cainico Tornero (NAutico).
Arthur Trottman, Aprendiz de Mon-
tador de Tuberia, 2do. Afio, a
Aprendiz de Montador de Tube-
ria 3er. Afio.
Miguel de la Espada, Encargado de
Gancho de Grua a Encargado de
Gancho de Gnia Pesada.
Benjamin Y. Denny, Cuidador de
Calderas a Encargado de Gancho
de Grila Pesada.
Carlor Grenard, Obrero (Trabajos
Pesados) a Aprendiz de Calderero,
ler. Aio.
Division de Esclusas
William F. Young, Russell C. Meiss-
ner, Superintendente, Operaciones
de Esclusas, a Jefe Capataz, Ope-
raciones de Esclusas.
Gregory P. Gramlich, Operario de
Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero) a Ca-
pataz Operario de Esclusas (Me-
canico Tornero).
Daniel H. George, Robert S. Flu-
mach, Aprendiz de Electricista
4o. Afio a Electricista.
Leslie C. McIntosh, Ayudante Ope-
rario de Esclusas a Lubricador.

Marta C. Sosa, Oficinista-Mecan6gra-
fa a Oficinista de Contabilidad.
Division de Abastos
Theodore M. Griffiths, Mozo de Ofi-
cio a Obrero (Trabajos Pesados).
Carlos A. Austin, Aseador a Oficinista
de Abastos.
Aubrey C. Baxter, Operario de Mon-
tacargas de Trinche a Conductor
de Cami6n.
Maxie Salmon, Almacenista a Encar-
gado de Existencias.
Clarence C. Bailey, Ayudante Pana-
dero a Panadero.
Jose M. Kelly, Podador a Primer Ca-
pataz Recolector de Basuras, Di-
visi6n de Servicios Comunales.



Complete confianza en el Canal
de PanamA ha sido la base de la ubi-
caci6n de muchas plantaciones de la
United Fruit Company, dice una car-
ta del president de la compaiia al
Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, Jr.
La carta, enviada por Thomas E.
Sunderland, express el agradecimien-
to por el premio concedido a la com-
paiia por el Gobernador, consistent
en un Certificado Conmemorativo,
durante las ceremonies relacionadas
con la celebraci6n del Cincuentena-
rio del Canal a mediados de agosto.
"Expreso no s6lo mi satisfacci6n
personal, sino tambi6n de toda la or-


Division de Terminales
Frederick M. Linck, Guardia a Jefe
de Guardias, Crist6bal.
Manuel A. Perra, Jerry Escalona,
Frances A. Jolliffe, Ayudante Afo-
rador de Combustibles Liquidos a
Aforador de Combustibles Liqui-
dos (Limitado).
Carmen F. Ender, Oficinista de Car-
ga a Ayudante, Tarifas de Flete
Charles H. Burnett, Pasacables a En-
cargado del Abastecimiento de
Agua en Buques en TrAnsito.
Division de Transporte
a Motor
Albert B. Collins, Electricista a Pri-
mer Capataz Reparador de Equi-
po de Manejo de Materiales, Cris-
Guy C. Eduardo, Aprendiz de Auto-
motriz, 3er. Afo a Mecanico Auto-
Alfred C. Jones, Aprendiz de Me-
canico Automotriz (Carroceria y
Guardafangos) 3er. Aio a Meca-
nico Automotriz (Carroceria y
Benito A. Belgrave, Aprendiz de Me-
canico Automotriz, ler. Afio a
Aprendiz de Mecanico Automotriz,
2do. Afio.
Antonio F. Setea, Reparador de Equi-
po Automotriz a Aprendiz de Me-
canico Automotriz, ler. Afio.
Livinston Gayle B., Obrero, Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales, a Ofici-
(Que no involucran cambios
en el titulo)
Paul H. Loizeaux, Medico (Cirugia
General), Hospital de Coco Solo.
Jack Van Hoos,e Aprendiz de Fun-
ciones Administrativas (Egresado
Universitario), Oficina del Direc-
tor, Direcci6n de Salubridad.
Margaret B. Zeimetz, Oficinista-Es-
ten6grafa, Oficina del Director,
Asuntos Civiles.
Shirley H. Barca, Escrutadora, Re-
clamos de Gastos de Viaje, Audi-
toria General.
Dorothy C. Gerald, Ayudante Biblio-
tecaria, Bibliotecas de la Zona del
Maxine G. Davis, Oficinista-Mecan6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Medicina Pre-
Maria I. VAsquez, T6cnico Electro-
cardi6grafo, Hospital Gorgas.
Alfred Griffith, Auxiliar de Topogra-
fia, Divisi6n de Ingenieria.
James M. Zelsman, Primer Capataz,
Operaciones de las Esclusas, Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
Betty C. Porter, Oficinista-Mecan6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Esclusas, Gatdin.
Hiram D. Hunter, Apuntador de
Tiempo, Divisi6n de Terminales.

James J. McDade, Jr., Recibe Premio Por Sus Servicios Sobresalientes

Premio por Servicio Sobresalien-
te firmado por el Gobernador de
la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fle-
ming, Jr., fue prcsentado a James J.
McDade, Jr., Jefe de Mantenimiento
de Vivienda en la costa atlhntica du-
rante ceremonia realizada en su ho-
nor en la Divisi6n de Servicios Co-
munales. (Ver foto en la secci6n

Harry C. Egolf, Ayudante interi- nal. En ese tiempo particip6 en la I
no del Director, hizo la presentaci6n evacuaci6n de Nuevo Crist6bal asi
en representaci6n del Director de la como en el acondicionamiento de
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios nuevas viviendas en Coco Solo.
Comunales. Se hizo menci6n de los servicios
El homenajeado se jubil6 por in- sobresalientcs prestados en los lilti-
capacidad en septiembre pasado, des- mos 12 afios en cuanto a su eficien-

Se Reune el 14
El Grupo de Discusi6n de Gran-
des Libros reanudara sus reuniones
el miercoles 14 de octubre en la bi-
blioteca del Edificio de Beneficen-
cia Judia. La discusi6n se basara
en selecciones de Pascal Ilamadas
SMayores informaciones pueden ob-
tenerse llamando por tel6fono a la
Sra. C. R. Bowen en Balboa 2590.

ganizaci6n por este reconocimiento",
dijo Sunderland. "Nuestra compafiia
ha estado estrecha y agradablemente
identificada con el Canal durante los
lltimos 50 afios, y realmente antes
de ese tiempo cuando nuestros bar-
cos llevaban materials de edifica-
ci6n y abastos a Panama para su
"La ubicaci6n de muchas de nues-
tras plantaciones se basa en nuestra
complete confianza en el Canal-y
estamos orgullosos de ser su princi-
pal client. Esperamos con el mayor
placer que continlen muchos afios
mis de esta asociaci6n amistosa".

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.


Diecinueve empleados del Canal
de PanamA se jubilaron en septiem-
bre, cuatro de ellos con mas de 40
afios de servicio con el Canal. Un
empleado tenia 15 aios de servicio
con el Canal y 29 afos con la Ar-
mada de los Estados Unidos, para
un total de 44 afios de servicio fe-
El Gobernador de la Zona del Ca-
nal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., entreg6
los certificados de jubilaci6n a los
empleados que se encuentran toda-
via en el Istmo, durante una cere-
monia llevada a cabo en el Edifi-
cio de Administraci6n en Balboa
Heights, la semana pasada. A nom-
bre del Gobierno de los Estados Uni-
dos dio las gracias a los empleados
por los adios de servicio leal que
habian prestado y entreg6 a cada uno
su certificado de jubilaci6n. El Go-
bernador Fleming tambidn entreg6
una llave a las esclusas a aquellos
empleados con mis de 40 afos de
servicio: Fl6ix Mdndez, 41 afios;
James Eversley, 45 afios; Carlos Cen-
tella, 42 arios; Marco Adonia, 41
aiios; y Amado de la Pefia, un total
de 44 afios.
Los empleados que se jubilaron
en septiembre aparecen a continua-
ci6n con el titulo de sus posiciones
al jubilarse y el tiempo de servicio
con el Canal:
Marco Adonia, Ayudante Electricis-
ta, Divisi6n de Electricidad, Sec-
tor Atlintico; 40 afios, 11 meses,
3 dias.
Thora M. Baublits, Maestra de Es-
cuela Primaria, Escuelas Estado-
unidenses, Sector Atlantico; 30
aiios, 2 dias.
IvAn Berezowski, Ayudante Opera-
rio de Sonda de Granalla, Divi-
si6n de Dragas, Sector Pacifico;
33 aios, 3 meses, 14 dias.
Carlos E. Centella, Seialero, Divi-
sion de Navegacidn, Sector Paci-
fico; 42 afios, 6 meses, 29 dias.
Amado de la Pefia, Marinero, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, Sector Paci-
fico; 14 afos, 10 meses, 28 dias.
James E. Eevrsley, Contramaestre de
Pasabarcos, Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n, Sector Atlintico; 45 afios,
4 meses, 1 dia.
Harold H. Feeney, Jefe, Divisi6n de
Construccidn, Sector Pacifico; 12
aiios, 11 meses, 17 dias; tambidn
17 afios de otro servicio con el Go-
bierno de E.U. para un total de
30 anos.

pu6s de 22 aios, 2 meses y 28 dias cia y utilidad entire otras cualidades Manuel Garcia, Obrero (Manteni-
de servir a la organizaci6n del Ca- destacantes. miento de Vias F6rreas), Division

de Ferrocarril, Sector Atlintico;
22 afos, 11 meses, 18 dias.
James J. McDade, Jr., Jefe de Man-
tenimiento de Viviendas, Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales, Sector
Atlintico; 22 afios, 2 meses, 28
Octavio Medina, Guardia, Divisi6n
de Terminales, Sector AtlAntico;
23 afios, 6 meses, 4 dias.
F6lix MNndez, Guardia de Hospital,
Hospital de Corozal; 47 afios, 2
meses, 27 dias.
Abel Ortega, Auxiliar de Topogra-
fia, Divisi6n de Ingenieria, Sec-
tor Pacifico; 32 afios, 7 meses, 10
Claude A. Stewart, Ayudante Elec-
tricista, Divisi6n de Electricidad,
Sector Pacifico; 23 afios, 10 me-
ses, 2 dias.
Homer H. Summerford, Policia Ra-
so, Divisi6n de Policia, Sector Pa-
cifico; 23 aios, 3 meses, 29 dias.
Emma Trower, Verificadora, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, Sector Pacifico;
19 ajios, 1 mes, 1 dia.
Walter C. Watts, Capataz General,
Operaci6n de las Esclusas (MecA-
nica), Divisi6n de Esclusas, Sec-
tor AtlAntico; 23 afios, 7 meses.
Margaret C. Yerkes, Subjefe Funcio-
nario de Abastos MNedicos Genera-
les, Hospital Gorgas; 23 afios, 2
meses, 11 dias.
William F. Caddell, Operario de Es-
clusas (Electricista), Divisi6n de
Esclusas, Sector Pacifico; 8 afios,
10 meses, 20 dias.
Camilo A. VBlez, Ayudante de Elec-
tricista, Divisi6n de Electricidad,
Sector Pacifico; 33 afios, 11 me-
ses, 23 dias.

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