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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: January 7, 1966
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00544
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text

Gift o~fthe Panama Ckanal MWuseu

Vyl.IV76fi .50 Yenar of Service .. To World Commerce Friday, January 7, 1966

Copies of the 1966 Voting Infor-
mation Pamphlet are available in
unit offices of all Bureaus, Divisions,
Independent Units, and at the main
Canal Zone Library-Museum and
branch libraries,
Copies also have been provided
business, fraternal, and employee
All eligible and qualified United
States citizen employees are urged
10 C I
Uten in& IStS

O 8 OSen

Judges will choose 10 finalists in
the Pacific Sicle Carnival Queen con-
test on January 11, and the big com-
petition for queen will be under way.
Votes will be counted three times
before the contest ends. First vote
count will be Januqry 20, the second
January 27, a a final count will
determine the Queen and her court
on February 9.
The lates@ entrants in the contest
are Janice Spencer, 21, of Balboa;
Alle 18, of Curerddu Heights.
2, 0 Balboa. '
The deadline for e ing the
qu by mail
january 10. in n at te
Information Office at Balboa Heights.

r .Smucsitti nw sc1eaeidhniuit
the Canal Zone or Panama. Infor-
mation should be sent to Carnival,
Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.
A 3-day trip for two to Miami
Beach will be the award for the
queen. She will also win traveling
apparel and expense money for the

GrandPrix Set for Jan. 15, 16

3 9, Foot

Draft Test

Under Way
The Panama Canal Marine Bureau,
in the interests of service to shipping,
has initiated a project to determine
the feasibility of transition vessels at
drafts over 39 feet while Catun Lake
level is over 87 feet, as at present.
Authorizations have been granted
to owners and operators of large
bulk carriers and tankers to transit
at 39 feet 6 inches certain of their
vessels which have previously tran-
sited the Canal at 39 feet.
The first vessel to take advantage
of this experimental deep draft trial
was the bulk carrier Lyric, 99- foot
beam, which translated northbound
December 28. The Lyric carried
49,745 long tons of iron ore and was
en route from Peru to Emden,
Germany, via Rotterdam.
Only four other vessels, all under
103-foot beam, transited the Canal
at 39 feet draft last year and are the
only ones at present eligible to take
advantage of the present deep draft
transit project. These four are the
Monticello Victory, Charles E. Wil-
son, Essi Gina, and the Nini. The
latter is 100 feet 8 inches beam. The
first three are 102 feet beam. '
The Essi Gina holds the record for
tonnage through the Canal, having
d 52 540 lo
carrie ng ons o iron ore
on its transit November 28, 1964.
This vessel broke its own record of
51,843 long tons of iron ore set on
an earlier transit August 9, 1964.
In third place is the Scenic, 104-foot

::::::tch1 a0 t It s fe o
During calendar year 1965 the
Monticello Victory transited 6 times
the Nini 8 times, the Essi Gina 7
times, the Charles E. Wilson 7 times
d the
an yric imes.

IT /" I LA
Fankanal IVlapS


In Fair at Ocu
Dry season is Fair Season.
And the Canal Zone will be well
represented at the first of Panama's
regional fairs, to be held at Oc6 on
January 21, 22, and 23.
An official invitation for Canal
Zone participation in the event was
delivered to Gov. Robert J. Flem-
ing, Jr., by Aurelio A. Alba V.,
president of the Ocxt fair.
Canal Zone contributions to the
event will be a Panama Canal exhibit
with motion pictures and slides, the
famed Summit Gardens burros
"Mancha and Gato" to provide rides
for the kiddies, and other events.
Joint participation of the military
and U.S. Information Service will
add luster to the fair, with sky-diving
exhibitions and interesting displays
of survival equipment.
The invitation for Canal Zone par-
ticipation in the Ocu Fair, officially
called the Sixth Folkloric, Agricul-
tural and Industrial Fair of San
Sebastain de Oc6, includes all Zone
residents, who are urged to attend
the event, traditionally one of the
gayest celebrations of its kind.
A meeting of the Pacific Civic
Council will be held at' the Balboa
Training Center at 7:30 p.m.
January 12. The public is invited.

She Wan ted To Get in to the Swim

touring car race at 12:30 p.m. and
the finale Grand Prix of 35 laps (100
miles) starting at 2 p.m.
A special race train Sunday will
leave Balboa station at 8 a.m., with
the round-trip ticket price including
bus service from Mount Hope Station
to the race and return to the station.
The train will leave Mount Hope at
n. for the trip back to the Pacific

The entrance to the France FielcI
race area is off Randolph Road about
a mile east of its intersection with
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway.
More than 25 cars are expected for
the races over the 7-turn, 2.85-mile
course, with average speeds up to
86 miles an hour anticipated.
Central admission prices for the
races are $1 on Saturday and $1.25
on Sunday. Programs will be avail-
able at 25 cents.
Entry blanks are available at the
Information Desk in the rotunda of
the Administration Building, Balboa
Heights; at Unicar, S.A., Ave. 11,
26-28, Aptdo. 293, Panama City; and
at the Panama Canal Maintenance
Division, Building 1726, Cristabal.
Net proceeds from the Grand Prix
will go to the Canal Zone United

Red Cross Annual

Meedy ag,
The Annual Meeting of the Canal
Zone Chapter, American Red Cross,
will be held Tuesday, January 18,
1966, at 2 p.m. at the Chapter head_
quarters located in Building 0610-B,
Callard Highway, adjacent to the
Civil Affairs Building.
The Board of Directors will meet
to elect officers immediately after the
general meeting.

to take advantage of the privilege of
A Personnel Bureau announce-
inent points out that the latest infor-
mation concerning 1966 elections is
included in the pamphlets and sup-
plemental information will be in-
cluded as it is received.
Election information includes, by
Elections and dates; who may vote
by absentee ballot; qualifications for
voting; registration; how to apply for
absentee ballot, and the last day
completed ballots will be accepted.
Applications for absentee ballots
(SF 76) may be obtained by U.S.
citizen employees at the Office of the
Deputy Personnel Director (Staff),
Room 243-A, Administration Build-
ing, Balboa Heights. Or a telephone
request to that office (Balboa 2625)
may be made and an application will
be mailed to you.
If you have any questions about
voting requirements in your State
that are not answered in the pamph"
let, you may call the Canal organiza-
tion voting officer, Dr. Daniel J.
Paolucci, Deputy Personnel Director
(Staff), at the above number.
Some State primaries are as early
(Continued on p. 4)

"Stepping the mast" is the nautical term for the above project. Panama
Canal Industrial Division forces and equipment are shown at the Mount
Hope Shipyard positiomng, or "stepping," a new mast on the Uruguayan
destroyer ROU Artigas which is undergoing a major overhaul. The mast was
installed while the vessel was in drydock to facilitate the mast's positioning.

Sponsored by the Canal Zone 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday,
United Fund in cooperation with the followed by two 5-lap races, one at
Isthmian Autosport Association, the 2 p.m. for touring cars and another
annual Panama Grand Prix is sched- at 2:30 p.m. for sports cars.
uled Saturday, January 15, and Sun- Sunday's schedule calls for prac-
day, January 16, at France Field. tice runs from 9 to 11 a.m., a 15-lap
There will be practice runs from sports car race at 11:30 a.m., a 15-lap

Kathy Newbury, 4-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Newbury of Diablo, wanted to learn
to swim so badly that she entered the
pre-school swimming class at Balboa
Swimming Pool under false colors.
She fibbed about her age.
The truth came out recently when
she was awarded the coveted Canal
Zone School Division and the Canal
Zone Red Cross "B" or beginner's
badge after passing the "B" badge
tests with flying colors.
Kathy became 4 years old Decem-
ber 30 but she was still only 3 when
she got her badge-and become one
of a very few 3-year-olds to qualify.
To pass the test, she and other
members of her class were required
to swim 50 yards free style on her
stomach. In addition she had to swim
25 yards on her back plus another
25 yards on her stomach.
Kathy's success in fooling her
teachers could be attributed to her
size, which is on th tasky side for
he age. She als a father,
mother, TistR n 'brot rwho are
' enthusiastic ers. I
Her teTehers at alboa Pool
say she pi-obably wou have quali-
9 fled for her "B" badge earlier if she
" hadn't gone away with her parents
this summer on vacation.
Now she is about to start practicing
for her intermediate badge.

Kathy Newbury splashed way to an early award.





Primary Elections


Felix Modestin, Linehandler to Time
and Leave Clerk.
Tom Swindle, Adolph L. Forkey,
Philip M. Wilkins Harold J. Moss, ,
Machin@t to Lock Operator (Ma-
Hallis F. Chere, Lock Operator
(Electricikko Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Electrician).
John Andrews, James E. Lovelady,
Guard to Towing Locomotive
Ramond Rowley, Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Electrician) to Control House
Clemente Cedefio, Helper Lock
Operator to Carpenter (Mainte-
Silverio Villafranco, Linehandler to
Carpenter (Maintenance).
Hubert Gray, Linehandler to Car-
penter (Maintenance).
Felipe Romero, Linehandler to
Painter (Maintenance).
Oliver F. R. Ifil, Helper Lock Oper-

dtoM ToentHrelMaintoecnkance).

Ja tor t sPainHeb(Ma nt aOc .rator
to Toolroom Attendant.
Mauricio Salazar, Linehandler to
Helper Lock Operator.
Phil niDt) SSd ATren e

(Machinist) 4th Year.
Florentino Bent, Oiler to Marine
Equipment Mechanic (Minte-
AIC e).Jiminez, Hel er Central
Office Repairman, E ectrical Di-
vision to Cuard.
S uel Ca bell, Hel er Machinist
amMarine)mpo Marinp Equipment
Mechanic (Maintenance).
Genevieve K. Field, Time and Leave
Clerk to Time and Leave Super-
Community Servic eDivisiont t
Virginia eterson, ypi o
Supervisory Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
Olyaphybord C ds Maint
ver on, roun e-
nance Equipment Operator (Small
to Grounds Maintenance. Equip-
ment O exator.
Erich L. Reinhardt, General Supply
Assist to 14:or..ureme nt.
Conrad Walrond, Sales Sectio
Head Supervisory Sales Stor
Clerk. -
Albert S Stockman to Su
Ivan Morris, Supply Clerk to Clerk.
Luis E. Mastellari, Statistical Clerk
to Clerk.
Rita Will, Sales Clerk to Sales Store

He r Ford, Messenger to Mail
Leonard E. Mulgrave, Clerk to Meat
Percival Smith, Supply Clerk to
Truck Driver.
Arthur Smith, Supervisory Supply
Clerk to General Supply Assistant.
Valtos DH dson, Counterman to

Beresford Gittens, Laborer to La-
borer (Heavy).
Leon Wilson, Service Station Attend-
ant to Service Station Operator.
Hirge A. Moreno, Utility Worker to
Truck Driver.
Wesley W. Kittens, Utility Worker to
Prod Attendant
Walter almopbella I laborer (Heavy)

Sybil Phillips, Food Service Worker
to Pantryman.
Railroad Division
Enrique P. Van Kwartel, Clerk Typist
to Clerk.
Victor Olaciregui, Utility Worker,
Supply Division, to Clerk
Motor Transportation Division
Walter H. Hobby, Lead Foreman
(Automotive Equipment Opera-
tions) to Ceneral Foreman (Auto-
motive Equipment Operations).
Horace J. Orgeron, Chauffeur (Spe-
cial) to Truck Driver (Heavy
Harry G. Crawford, Truck Driver to
Truck Driver (Heavy).
Leonardo SuArez, Truck Driver to
Messenger (Motor Vehicle Oper-
Alvin G. Barrett, Service Station
Attendant to Chauffeur.
Leonardo Brown P., Laborer,. Com-
munity Services Divisioil, to Truck
Socorro endoza M., Laborer
Clean nmunity Services DQ
vision, to uck Driver,
Terminals Division
William R. Byrd, Supervisory Carg
Checking Assistant to Supervisory
Distribution Facilities Specialist.
(Contmued on p. 3)

Fannie M. Sosa, Applications Exam-
iner to Application Examiner
James L. Fulton, Sr., Supervisory
Business Analyst (Rates) Chief, to
Special Assistant to Comptroller
(Financial Advicer).
Malcolm A. Johnston, Time, Leave,
and Payroll, Supervisor (Chief,
Payroll and Machine Accounting
Branch) to Payroll Systems Officer
(Chief, Payroll and Machine Ac-
counting Branch).
Richard O. Burgoon, Business Ana-
lyst (Rates) to Rates Analyst.
Duane Rigby, Staff Accountant to
Systems Accountant.
Division of Schools

Eutoe m d OL pr to(Heavy)

Ni ly n C ty CSleaper
Bureau, to Grounds Keeper
(Sports), Division of Schools.
Natalie Griffin, Recreation Assistant
(Special Education) to Recreation
Specialist (General).
Jolie Pond, Library Assistant, C.Z.
Library, to Library Assistant, Divi-
sion of Schools.
Postal Division
He My ol{'lerkDPt I tPo
Clerk, Substitute, Postal Division.
Dredging Division
Winston D. Codling, File Clerk, Ad-
nainistrative Services Division to
Clerk, Dredging Division.
Roberto Benn, Apprentice (Radio
Mechanic) 2d Year to Apprentice
(Radio Mechanic) 3d Year.

Glenn RElecro 1 nics Me-
chanic to Hydraulic Engineering
Paul L. Elia, Electronics Mechanic
to Leader Electronics Mechanic.
Adolfo A. Mindez, Laborer (Cleaner)
Hel El (P
to per ectrician ower,
Earl E. Farrell, Learner (Helper
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Mechamc) to Clerk.
Jos6 I. Castaneda, Warehouseman,
1 d Co
Supp y an rnmunity service
Bt r uCt PainterCb n n n .._

S ly Clerk
Jam Wh te and George H. Sim-
mons, L nter (Helper Painter) to

ris, re r ndLearneCo i r
in Mechanic) to Hel er Refrig-
er tion and Air Condit oning Me-
George 1. Darnall, Jr., Valuation En-
gineer (General), Accounting Di-
vision, to Civil Engineer.
Gorgas Hospital
Spencer Walton, Medical Officer
(Orthopedic Surgery) to Chief,
Orthopedic Service.
Rebecca M. Jensen, Betsey-Am'
Season, Glorza J. Chiraco, Dora R.

C 1 ta tifuAs t
Nurs (MedicineAand Surge@lerk
Betty acey ., upply ,
Supply Division, to Admitting
Corozal Hos ital
Victor Atencio, Assistant Cook to
Hospital Cuard.
Lionel Yard, Hospital Attendant,
Gorgas Hospital, to Nursing Assist-
ant, Corozal.
Coco Solo Hospital
Luisa Figueron, Staff Nurse to Staff
Nurse (Obstetrics).
Dorothy McKinley, Staff Nurse to
Staff Nurse (Medicine and Sur-
Mario L. Martinez, Laborer (Cleaner,
Corgas Hospital to Hospital
Jos6 D. Palacios, Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery) to Medical
Technician (Bacteriology).
Antonio Mosquera, Hospital Attend-
ant to Nursing Assistant (Medicine
and Surgery).
lector Henningham, Chauffeur to
Medical Aid (Ambulances).
Ruth Neblett, Counterwoman, Sup-
ply Division, to Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery).
Evelyn G. Faulkner, Supervisory
Clerk (Medical Records), to Med-
ical Records Librarian.
Locks Division
Roland Basmeson, Leonard Ladieu,
Electrician to Lock Operator


& 1 .

Judge Charles A. Garcia of Cristobal Magistrate Court swears in Eagle Scouts Enrico Caratachea, center, of
Troop 9, Fort Davis, and Harry Jones of Troop 1, Margarita, with the Pledge of the Eagle. The newest Eagle
Scouts of the Canal Zone Council, Boy Scouts of America, werepresented the Eagle Awards by Judge Garcia
during a Court of Honor held at France Field. Enrico Caratachea is son of Sgt. Major and Mrs. Juan Cara-
taches of Fort Davis. Jones is son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Jones of Margarita. Mr. Jones is Chief Engineer on the
tug Cardenas and Mrs. Jones teaches at Margarita Elementary School.


ae He onNews
1:20-EBF: "Development of
1:30-Pan So Prsofessional
drapi rge
6:30-Where the Action Is
8:55-TeleNews Weekly Newsreel
-- Fa te reian

8:05-Ed Sullivan
9:00-SCN News
Rive Bon oday
10:15-Air Force News Review
10:30- Chapel of the Air
11:00-The Christophers
Final Edition Headlines

5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-The Magic Room
6:30-Frontiers of Knowledge
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
1 "elyG trMtSecret
8:00-SCN News
-- se osn

1 : nToday
10:15-Monday Night Movie:
Fina ti leCa Ces

-AN AfternoontNews
-MFt oLnaFguag In Action"
ivN1ws In Spanish
7:05-Fractured Flickers
7:30-The Thin Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9-- eNteNt ow on Earth
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Film Festival:
Finafa IFiroonmH I)ead"

5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Report: "Waiting for the
Robert E. Lee"
6:30-Armed Forces Feature Report

7:30-Assignment Underwater
8:00-scN News
8:05-Wqn ydNi trthepMovies:
10:00-SON Open House .
Final Edition Headlanes

5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Meet the Press

tI Spanish
7:05-College Bowl
7:30-The Third Man
-JSi yN sn Show
9:00- SCN News
9:05-Ted Mack
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Armchair Theatre:
"Black Whip"
Final Edition Headlines

5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Man In Space
a Honethe Free
8:55-SCN News In Spanish
7 ghK gd om nger
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
o guNnTlsade
9:30-Danny Thomas
050-Fri yo iThotd yovie:
"Life Begins at 8:30"
11:30-Festival of the Lights
Final Edition Headlmes

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
"Felix The Cat"
1:15-"Crusader Rabbit" ,
,,Medta in Cartoons'
2:45-Magic Land of Allakazam
3:10-Saturday Playhouse:,
"Lucky Nick Cain

-C n e g
LTwis the fe
6:20-C.Z. Calendar
6:30- True Adventure
6:55-SON News In Spanish
7:05-Hollywood Talent Scouts
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Ecntertainers
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Tonight Show
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15- PneaTE1iton I lines

"We just ran your revolutionary idea through the computer, Harold."

January 7, 1966

Page 2



At file MOVIES
Week Beginning Saturday '
January 8, 1988
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:30 p.m.-Mon.,
7 7:307p .-TheMlaon In9 Dark
ee ., 7:30 p. .-Commando
ThTrs -Fri., 7:30 p.m.-A Boy Ten Feet
SS n EMEa : h eal World
tee --Moro tch Doctor
Thurs.-Bp hanan Mdes Alone
Fri.-Operation Madball
FriPdnarMOwl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Idol On
Saturday Evening,-8:15 p.m.-40 Pounds
Of Trouble
Saturday Evening-Captain Newman, M.D.
Tues.-The Pleasure Seekers
Wed.-Moro Witch Doctor
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Buchanan Rides Alone
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)o
Saturday Evening-Sunday-Monday-Those
Magnificent Men In Their Flymg
Tu 1 sPumpkin Enter
hed.-- i"Ao h fan'sExpress
Saturday Evening-Love Has Many Faces
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon.-Cheyenne
TuAsu C se Of The Mummy's Tomb
Wed.-Wild And Wonderful
Frk 40B nanbdbsaOf Troubl
Fr day Owl Show, 10:00 pem.-The
Electronic M s ggy a

Saturday Evening-A Gathering Of Eagles
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 p.m.-Hero's Island
Sunday Evening-How To Murder Your
Mon.--N S W
Thurs.-Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb

-AH Films AYC-
Saturda Januar 8, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Gunsmoke-Audie Murphy: Hero outsmarts
lawless attackers, saves ranch, and cattle.
(Technicolor.) T-85 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:oo p.m.
The Spoilers-Jeff Chandler, Anne Baxter,
Rory Calhoun: An adventure story of the
Klondike gold-rush days and an exciting
no-holds-l>arred fight between the hero
and the villam. (In Color.) T A9Y1C.mins.

2:00 p.m.
Valley Of The Dragons-Cesare Danova,
Sean McGlory: Space travelers in a
world that time forgot. T-94 mins.
e:Is p.m.
Jungle Jim's savage Mutiny starring
Johnny Weissmuller, Angela Stevens.
Jungle Jim turns the spotlight on darkest
Africa's atom spy nest. T-80 mins.
2:oo .m
3 Stooges Meet HerPules-They make a
shambles out of Athens and a wreck out
of Hercules. T-96 mins.
2:oo p.m-
Mexican Hayride-Budd Abbott, Lou Cos-
tello: This time the boys are up to their
tunny-bones in hilarity . Bud and
Lou are in the groove in this comedy.
(By popular request.) T-84 mins.
oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.


Dr. Jack Strumpf

To Be Honored

At Jan. 21 Party
Popular Dr. Jack Strumpf, who is
retiring this month as Chief of Ob-
stetries and Gynecology at Corgas
Hospital, and Mrs. Strumpf will be
guests of honor at a farewell retire-
ment party to be given by their
friends and co-workers at the Quarry
Heights Officers Club January 21.
The party will start at 6:30 p.m.
and a steamship roast dinner will be
served at 8 p.m. Music will be fur-
nished by Lucho Azedrraga and his
Tickets can be obtained by calling
the Obstetries and Cynecology Clinic
Balboa 6456; William T. Gaudy,
Assistant Director of Corgas Hos-
pital, Balboa 6430; Robert L.
Thompson, Corgas Hospital Admin-
istrative Assistant, Balboa 6440; Dr.
Temistocles Malo of Coco Solo Hos-
pital; Lt. Col. Milton Cohen, Assist-
ant to the Health Director, Balboa
1740; or Frank A. Baldwin, Panama
Canal Information Officer, Balboa

= * *

How closely are you allowed to follow
a fire truck?-You are not supposed
to follow a fire truck closer than
soo ses.
May I stop on a crosswalk?-No.

"""a:"""-'s"i.e'. park to a fire
May I stop my private automobile in
a curb loading zone?-Yes, you may
stop momentarily to load or un-
load, provided you do not interfere
with any vehicle used for trans-
portation of materials which is
about to enter the zone.

Old Panama's Cathzedral tow~er as seenz fr~om thze gardens surrounding Samuel Lewis Park.

ofReial publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained.m it are
made available to all interested news
media for whatever use they may wish
it o aT land m be reprinted
Governor of the Canal Zone
Lieutenant Governor
Information police
Material intended ur u ilqat nd ita
the Panama Canal Press Office or
Bobi2i air ed$ ama canal
e ib ) 6 a y .o ere
checks payable to Panama Canal Com-
r ti d s bSa h ,

Gold has been mined in Colombia


January 7, 1966

Page 4

eleHSe TranSport

Journal Publishes

a flg0te AftlCle
The potential for support of water"
based aircraft by wheeled amphib-
ians is explored in an article by Julius
- Crigore, Jr., Assistant Chief, Indus-
trial Division, Mount Hope, in the
November-December issue of the
National Defense Transportation
Among major advantages cited for
support of amphibious vehicles are:
they require little or no prepared
routes, can negotiate rough terrain,
and rendezvous with flying boats at
isolated locations.
Many technological developments
have taken place which may revital-
ize the flying boat and return its use
in a big way, Crigore's article asserts.
Among these, it points out, are ver-
ticle take-off and deep floats which
can lift the engines above the waves,
The article proposes certain spe-
cific requirements for amphibious
support vehicles, including water
speed range, off-roacl mobility,
maneuverability and power for safely
coming alongside the aircraft, and
tow power capability.
Grigore, a commander in the Navy
Reserve, has had extensive experi-
ence in research and development in
this field. While on active duty with
the Navy, he was design officer for
landing vehicle development, and as
a civilian employee, he was project
engineer for the Anny's amphibious
truck development project at Detroit
Mich. C



f o

hristian Science

lecture Tuesday Night
A free Christian Science lecture
ill be presented at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
11 h Balb High
nuary in te on
chool Activities Building. The
bli liall ted
is core y invi
Martin N. Heafer, a recognized
hristian Science practitioner from
ouston, Tex., will be the speaker.
he title of the lecture is 'Open
Our Eyes." Mr. Heafer, a graduate
Southern Methodist University
DCI a Veterall Of the U.S. Army Air
orps during World War II, will be
onsored by First Church of Christ,
scientist, Ancon.

and unattained-for the Grail and for
King Arthur's Avalon. The love story
which runs throughout the novel
provides unity to the long and
complicated plot.

Arturo de la Rosa
Rud i EHp a
Telephone Instrument Repairman
Leroy A. Finn
Ge nriffith
Helper Electrician
Nicomedes Julio S.
Re son nUrriola
Helper (General)
Charles H. Burnett
Water Service Man
Glendora A. Dorsey
Br .sE nele
H el e automotive Mechanic
(Body and Fender)
Gustavo Pic6n C.
Truck Driver
Dorris L. Collar
Library Assistant
Gayle G. Fortner
Police Private
Ifil R. Francis

Ed igH ras
Dressing Room Attendant
L. E. McFarquhar
Junior High Teacher,
Latin American Schools
Reginald T. Prescott
Teacher (Secondary,
Latin American Schools)
Celia Cintr6n
Staff Nurse (Medicine and
Kathryn W. McNamee
Staff Nurse (Tuberculosis)
Luis Palma
Biological Aid (Insects)
Henry Simmons
Nursing Assistant (Medicine
and Surgerv)

William De la Mater
Industrial Engineer
Margaret M. Janssen
Clerk (Stenographer)
Julio S. Buc nam
Laborer ( eaner)
Le6n Chiru
Crounds Maintenance
Equipment Operator (Small)
Veronica Cummings
El alesFCh ker
Laborer (Cleaner)
Ju nb igG OTector
Agatha R. Hudson
Produce Attendant
Juan D. Montoya S.
Carp TPen (Maintenance)
James yne
Bakery Products Plant Manager
Conrad R. Alexander
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Ce h dH re ckhand)
Charles A. Horsham
Alcides Jackson
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Felipe Santamaria
Helper Lock Operator
Isabel Soto H.
R Help r Lock Operator
emus Taylor
James N. Thompson
Gershon A. Williams
William A. Aiello
Electronics Mechanic

Peter Hotsko, Clerical Assistant to
Administrative Services Assistant.
Rubin D. Carvajal, Guard to Cuard
Juan J. Martinez C., Florentino
Mena, Linehandler (Deckhand),
Navigation Division, to Stevedore.
Edward M. Kennedy, Mechanical
E is er (Utilities), Maintenance
Rutherford B. H. Stroop, Supervisory
Marine Traffic Controller, Naviga-
tion Division.
Ernest C. Van Horn, Control House
Operator, Locks Division.
Herbert H. Carlson, Marine Traffic
Controller Assistant, Navigation
Mt la )reyTra sepcoT t 2 a(Sdtenog-
minals Bureau.
Roger R. Toledano, Mechanical En-
gineer (Utilities), Engineering Di-
James W. Crawford, Marine Traffic
Controller Assistant, Navigation
Gloria M. DeRaps, Clerical Assistant
(Stenography), Terminals Division.
Frank L. Ostrander, Craduate Intern
(Administrative Services), Indus-
trial Division.
James V. Foster, Admeasurer Assist-
ant, Navigation Division.
aymond L. Miller, Optometrist
(Clinical), Corgas Hospital.
Woodrow Spradhn, Marine Traffic
Controller Assistant, Navigation

Willie M. Du Vall, Accounting Clerk,
Corgas Hospital.
Nellie T. Collect, Cafeteria Manager,
Supply Division.
Rose V. C. Brogie, Payroll Clerk,
Payroll and Machine Accounting
Maritza E. de Oranges, Payroll Clerk,
Payroll and Machine Accounting
D 8 iDax LeakdsFD 1 in (Look
Beresford D. Licorish, Accounting
Clerk, Accounting Division,
Herbert H. Tabert, Master Floating
Crane, Dredging Division.
Grace M. Lawrence, Clerk-Typist,
Division of Schools.
Cecil O. Maughn, Accounting Clerk,
Accounting Division.
Le a A. Rhoden, Clerk, Supply Divi-

Benjamin A. Herrera G., Alfred R.
Evans, Aristides Pdrez, Bookkeep-
ing Machine Operator, Payroll and
Machine Accounting Branch.
Eugenia James, Luis Rivera, Nursing
Assistant (Medicine and Surgery),
Corgas Hospital.
Clinton J. Everett, Ward Service Aid,
Corgas Hospital.
Eric J. Walton, Learner (Automotive
Equipment Serviceman), Motor
Cesar A. Payne, Learner (Helper
Automotive Mechanic-Body and
Fender), Motor Transportation.
Oliver B. Gordon, Crounds Main-
tenance Equipment Operator
(Small), Community Services Divi-


By Eleanor Burnham
Portrait: Adfai E. Stevenson, Poli-
tician, Diplomat, Friend, by Alden
Whitman, is partly biography and
partly an account from the public
record as kept by the New York
Times. The most interesting section
of the book is made up of many
direct quotations from Stevenson.
Twenty-four pages of pictures will
fascinate his many admirers.

Elizabeth Taylor, by Elizabeth
Taylor, is an informal account of the
ITlally RSpects of the life of this beau-
tiful and controversial woman. Her
story is illustrated with 56 photo-
graphs by her oldest friend, actor
Roddy McDowell, plus a collection
from her own fanuly album. This
book is written in a conversational
style-as if it were dictated on tape.
It reveals an engaging sense of humor
and a penetrating insight into the
vagaries of human nature. Altogether
it makes surprisingly good reading.

The Year of the Yield, by March
Cost, is the love story of a middle-
aged English bachelor and a charm-
ing London widow. The time is the
early twenties. This nostalgic story
is the 13th novel by this author. Her
earlier books may be found in the
Canal Zone Library catalog under
her real name, Peggy Morrison.

The FBI's Most Famous Cases,
by Andrew Tully, includes among
ethers the story of Machine Gun
Kelly, the Sinatra Kidnapping, and
the Klaus Fuchs case. In J. Edgar
Hoover's introduction he calls this
book "a graphic reminder that there
is ak f de d it
een sense a pri an espr
de corps among the . men and
women on the rolls of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation." The story
of their successes makes an exciting

Avalon, by Anya Seton, is an his-
torical novel of the 10th century in
England. This was a time of conflict-
between the Church and State and
between the Saxons and Danes.
There was search for the unknown



~-~TR4 Ruen du Padn a a~E cu sn

Primary Election Dates

These girls from Balboa Elementary School may represent their school in the Pacific side Elementary Track Meet
Saturday, January 15, at 7 p.m. in Balboa Stadium. Left to right are: Marlene Vogel, Susan Melanson, Sherrie
Herrera, Debra Griffin, and Anna Thompson.


Antonio De Luca
Meet Jan. 15 MARINE BUREAU Morris Finkelstein
I k f RiachBrT anielsen RI Cr Itt s
The first annua trac meet or John Dorsa Florene H. Olsen
elementary boys and girls from the John Klasovsky Karl W. Shirley
Pacific U.S. Elementary Schools will William J. McLaughlin OTHER
be held January 15 in Balboa Robert Peterson
Robert Valentine M:1ximo Antonio Arosemena
Stadium at 7 p.m. TRANSPORTATION AND Jesse Bonner, Jr.
The meet will be scored on an TERMINALS BUREAU a elED sRm
individual basis with no team scores- Alcibiades Alba Jorge Foskin
The larger schools have therefore Hedley Allen Ann Guerriero
been allowed more entries. Calvin J. Best Carlos A. Cuevara
Selwyn Brown Francisco J. Lara
The meet director, Mrs. Margaret Clemardo Calvo Ceorge Miller
Morris of Diablo Elementary School, Leyton Ellis Andr6s L. Ortega
has announced that each of the Carlos N. Charcia Pedro Rangel
schools have held tryouts to select Aan s dadnson Ber rdo Rivera D.
their teams. Ricardo Rivera
Miguel Salazar

fo'llere will e wlo lassificati SB ilLSY rD COMMUNITY League Clubhouse
under; (2) 11 and 12 years of age. SERVICE BUREAU
No pupil will be allowed to partici- George Benjamin Opening Saturday
pate in more than two events. More ENGINEERING AND
than 200 children are expected to CONSTRUCTION BUREAU The Pacific Minor League invites
enter running and jumping events Curtis George the public to attend the opening
in the meet. John H. Housley ceremony for its new clubhouse'
The meet will be free and the Alfonso Jones donated by the Canada Dry Co. o
public is cordially invited. CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU Panama, 9 a.m., Saturday, Jan-

010sin Slated

For Inventories

Late January and early February
closings for some service center and
retail store operations have been
scheduled for taking of inventories.
On the Atlantic side, the Coco Solo
Gasoline Service Station merchandise
section will close at 12:30 p.m.
instead of 5:45 p.m. Monday, Jan
uary 31. However, sales of gasoline
and sundry items (oils, gasoline addi-
tives, etc.) sold in the gasoline line
will be continued until the closmg
hour of 5:45 p.m.
The merchandise section of Coco
Solo Service Center will be closed
until approximately 11 a.m. Tuesday,
February 1. Cafeteria operations will
be open as usual. On Thursday,
February 3, the Coco Solo Retail
Store will be closed all day.
On the Pacific side, the main
Balboa Retail Store and Men's Wear
Annex will be closed Thursday, Jan-
uary 20. Housewares and Shoe
Stores will be open as usual until the
normal closing hour of 8 p.m. the
same day.
At the La Boca Casoline Service

: sh erh anndd rn
However, sales of gasoline and
sundry items ordinarily sold in the
gasoline lanes will be contmued until
the normal closing hour of 7 p.m.

January 7, 1966


Page 4

the Continental Divide to David
where a special bus will be waiting
for a trip up the slopes of Baru Vol-
cano and Boquete. The night will be
spent at the Panamonte Hotel and
the group will return to David Sun-
day afternoon for the flight to Pan-
ama at 5 p.m. They will arrive at
Tocumen at 6 p.m.
The all-inclusive price per person
is $48.
Printed programs for the 1966
excursions are ready for distribution
Those wishing copies may write
Box 105, Balboa, or may call the
JWB, Balbca 1972, between 3 and
6 p.m. daily and Saturdays from
8 a.m. to noon.

United Service Organizations, Inc.,
operated by the National Jewish
Welfare Board, will sponsor a Round
Panama excursion January 22-23.
The trip will start from Tocumen
Saturday, January 22, at 7 a.m. for
a visit to Bocas del Toro. From there
the tour group will go by launch to
Almirante and will be shown through
the cocoa factory of the Chiriqui
Land Co.
Following lunch at the commissary
restaurant in Almirante, the group
will board a special train to Changui-
nola, where a technician will explain
the banana production industry, in-
cluding the boxing of the fruit.
A plane will take the group over

-- ~11~-1;_

(Continued from p. 1)

Ceorgia-September 14.
Hawaii-October 3.
Idaho-August 2.
Illinois-June 7.
Indiana-May 3.
low -September 6.

Ko sia Mugu2ttl3. (Second pri-
mary September 17.)
Maine-June 20.
Maryland-September 13.
Massachusetts-September 20.
Michigan-August 2.
Minnesota-September 13.
Mississippi-June 7. (Second primary
June 28.)
Missouri-August 2.
Montana-August 16.
Nebraska-May 10.
Nevada-September 6.
New Hampshire-September 13. kg
New Jersey-April 19.
New Mexico-May 3.
New York-Date to be set by 1966
session of State Legislature. (No
absentee voting is permitted in

NoP ma rElli o a)y 28. (Second '

genes <'ember 6.
Ohio-May 3.
Oklahoma-May 3. (Runoff primary
May 24.)
Oregon-May 24.
Pennsylvania-May 17.
Rhode Island-September 13.
South Carolina-June 7.
South Dakota-June 7.
Tennessee-August 4.
Texas-May 7. (Runoff primary
June 4.)
Utah-August 9.
Vermont-September 13.
Virginia-July 12.
Washington-September 20.
West Virginia-May 10.
Wisconsin-September 3.
Wyoming-August 16.

as April and May. To avoid missing
your vote, in case there are complica-
tions requiring an exchange of cor-
respondence to obtain your absentee
ballot, it's not too early to file your

,Th bgeneralHelections wriH be

am May 3. (Runoff primary
May 31.)
Alaska-August 9.
Arizona-September 13.
Arkansas-August 9. (Runoff primary
October 25.)
California-June 7.
I d b 3
Co ora 0-Septem er 1 .
Connecticut-(Whether party prima-
ries will be held will not be known
until after the State and district
conventions, dates for which must
be between June I and July 15.)
De aware-August 20.
District of Columbia-Elections are
held in Presidential Election years
Only; the next election will be in
Florida-May 3. (Runoff primary
May 23.)

Decorations Awards
Ribbons and candy were presented
by the Margarita Recreation Associa-
tion to 8 residents of Margarita in
recognition of artistic efforts in
decorating their homes this holiday
A blue ribbon and a box of candy
were awarded to first place winners
as follows: Religious category, A. R.
Hauser; Christmas category, H. C.
DeRaps; Beautiful, S. A. Hammond;
Most original, V. H. May, Jr.
Red ribbons and boxes of candy
were presented to the second place
winners. Awards went to E. C.
Huldtguist, religious; W. D. Mar-
quard, Christmas; E. B. Rainier,
beautiful; and C. Stake, original.

Meredith Brown
Richard Cunningham
E T. C
cannon '"
Robert Mowery
James Norman
Robert Shipman
Mildred Largent
Frances Brown
Edwin Webster

Joa mun 110) Dixon
Alfredo E. Reynolds
Sylvester Williams
Norman Blandford
R6mulo Reyes
Glanville L. Wilson
Pedro J. Buckridge
Nathan W. Ashton
Francisco A. Bravo
Francisco Brito M.
Harold B. Brooms
Kerner Frauenheim
Ida E. Lynch
Irene L. Veno

JCdlon aDn d
Sidney Henlon
Monzell E. Huckabay
Manuel Mufioz
Manuel L. Rodriguez, Jr.
Eulalio Urrutia G.

Paii ieFrt i ntutr rciecriiatsa ulfe isrcosatr 4huso istadisrcin

'J -i~aar

uary 8. A round robin will follow'
with all teams participating.
The Pacific Minor League Park is
located near the Balboa railroad sta-
tton and parking is available near
the Pacific Softball Park.
The league has made great pro-
gress, there is ample space in the
grandstands, and a good turnout is
expected to give the players support.
Refreshments will be available at
the clubhouse during the game.

F .




Vol.IVNo.29 0 Alosde ervcio arael omecioMunialViernes 7 de Enero de 1 966

vision de Navegacibn en el sector AtlAntico que fueron honrados con motive
otograffa. Sentados, de izquierda a derecha: A. Martinez, J. R. Smith, la Sra.
alos a los jubilados; M. L. Curtis y A. C. Ogilvie. Parados: W. Blackman,
lip, C. A. Ilodney. J. O. Magan, W. H. Campbell y G. A. Collins. No aparece
R. D. Archibald.

Estudian Pase de Naves con

UN CaladO MayOf di 39 PiOS

gadas. Las tres primers tienen 102
pies de manga.

cu toEsa p aTa rr o naln

rde2 u46 on do d n
Rompi6 su propio record de 51,843
toneladas impuesto el 9 de agosto de
ese ailo. En mercer lugar esti el
Scenic, de 104 pies de ancho, que
pas6 el pasado 26 de diciembre con
51,000 toneladas de carbon.
Durante 1965, el Monticello Vic-
tory, transit 6 yeces; el Nini, 8 veces;
el Essi Gina, 7 veces; el Charles E.
Wilson, 7 veces; y el Lyric, 8 veces.


Esclusas de Miraflores 2.069
Esclusas de Cattin _ 755
Las Cruces, 4 viajes 208
Reina Manuelita, S via es 40
Jardines de Summit 98
Gran Total 3.170

"f9l ,- I 77- (roi l

Los empleados de la Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n del sector Athintico for-
maron un comity para organizer una
magnifica fiesta en honor de 13 vieJos
empleados de la Divisi6n que se jubi-
laron el 30 de diciembre.
El acto tuvo lugar el martes 28 de
diciembre en el Centro Civico de
Rainbow City y se inici6 alas 8 p.m.
con la asistencia de altas autorida-
des de la Reptiblica de Panamti y
de la Zona del Canal,
El primer punto fue la invocaci6n,
que estuvo a cargo de B. R. Brand-
Acto seguido, fueron entregAndo-
seles plumes fuentes y otros regalos
obtenidos por el comity organizador,
a cada uno de los empleados que se
El orador official en el acto fue el
Sr. Saturnine Maug6, Presidente del
Local 900, quien hizo hincapib en la



gran misi6n que tienen en el Can
de PanamA los hombres de la Div
si6n de Navegaci6n y se refiri6 a l
magnificos y leales servicios de l
13 hombres que se jubilaban. S
ellas A. A. Smith, J. R. Smit
W. Blackman, R. D. Archibal
A. C. Ogilvie, I. A. Taylor, H.
Phillips, C. A. Rodney, A. Marine
J. Magin, M. L. Curtis, W.
Campbell y W. A. Collins. El Cap
tin Rainier felicity personalmente
cada uno de los homenajeados.
El acto fue amenizado por
actuaci6n de various artists local
cuyas ejecuciones fueron sumamen
aplaudidas por los centenares
asistentes. Merecen especial menci6
las canciones del joyencito Francis
Craves, quien acompailado por
hermano Franklyn a la guitar
arranc6 calurosos aplausos a

_ _ __

a, Doce de los trece empleados de la Di
la de su jubilacibn, aparecen en esta f
Rennie Buval, quien entreg6 los reg
I. A. Taylor, A. A. Smith, H. C. Phil

Cierre por


febA Hon a d n::::8:
operaciones de algunos centros de
servicio y almacenes, a fin de tomar
En el sector Atlintico, la secei6n

rv c c s naladeE o oe

9 i'.19"p en of
y otros products como aceite y
derivados de gasoline, continuard
hasta la hora de cierre, alas 5:45
La secei6n de mercancias del
Centre de Servicio de Coco Solo
estard cerrada hasta aproximada-
mente las 11 a.m. del martes 10 de
febrero. La Cafeteria operard nor-
malmente. El mi4rcoles, 3 de febre-
ro, el Almaedn de Coco Solo cerrarti
todo el dia.
En el lado Pacifico, el Almacin
principal de Balboa y el Anexo de
Articulos para Caballeros cerrarin
el jueves 20 de enero. La secei6n de
Articulos para el Hogar y los Alma-
cones de Calzados abrirtin normal-
rnente ese dia hasta las 8 p.m.
En la Estaci6n de Servicio de Ga-
solina de La Boca, la secei6n de mer-
cancia cerrarti alas 2 p.m. el lunes,
31 de enero. Sin embargo, se seguirti
vendiendo gasoline y products simi-
lares hasta la hora normal de cierre
n alas 7 p.m.

La Direcei6n de Marina del Canal
de PanamA, para mejorar los servi-

e t o 1

n i r
87 pies, como al presence.
Se ha autorizado a los duefios y
operadores de grades cargadores y
buques cisterna, para que transiten
sus barcos con 39 pies 6 pulgadas, si
esos barcos han transitado antes el
Canal calando 39 pies.
El primer barco que se aprovech6
cle este calado profundo experimen-
tal fue el Lyric, de 99 pies de manga,
que transit rumbo al norte el 28 de
diciembre, Ilevando 49,745 tonela-
das largas de mineral de hierro del
Perti hacia Emden, Alemania, via
S610 otros cuatro barcos, todos de
menos de 103 pies de manga, transi-
taron el Canal el afio pasado, calando
39 pies y son los rinicos elegibles
para aprovecharse del presented expe-
rimento. Son las siguientes naves:
Monticello Victory, Charles E. Wil-
son, Essi Gina y Nini. Esta tiltima
tiene una manga de 100 pies 8 pul.

Personal y equipo de la Divisi6n Industrial del Canal de Panamb aparece
en el astillero de Mount Hope colocando un nuevo mistil al destructo
uruguayo ROU Artigas, que esti sometido a complete reacondicionamient
y limpieza. El mistil fue instalado mientras el navio estaba en el dique sec
para facilitar la colocaci6n del mAstil.

** Eg n
Instructors de Primeros Auxilios del sector Pacifico recibleron certificados como instructors id6neos despubs de
44 horas de instrucci6n de primeros auxilios, que consistieron en cursos regulars y avanzados de primeros auxi-
lios, dictados por Joseph Dargan, representante de la Oficina de Seguridad. De izquierda a d'erecha: Henry M.
Winter, Edmund C. Riddell, Don Hause, Dargan (presentando los certificados), Woodworth R. Draughon, G. K.
Dixon y Arturo V. Lindo.


Fueron Ilourados 13 Emnpleados


FT q

.w-- qm

Reunion IViensual

1)e Yoluntanos de

La Cruz Roja el 10
La reunion mensual de los Volun-
tarios de la Cruz Roja del Hospital
Gorgas esti sefialada para el lunes 10
de enero alas 9:30 a.m., en vez del
primer lunes del mes, debido a los
dias de fiesta.
El Dr. Alvin Sholk, Jefe Interino
del Servicio de Obstetricia y Cine-
cologia del hospital, ilustrarli su
charla sobre "Partos Prematuros" con
diapositivas a colors. El Dr. Sholk
ha ofrecido esta prActica disertaci6n
a functionaries de policia y del cuerpo
de bombers, cuerpo mbdico, perso-
nal de ambulance y de primeros
Se solicit la asistencia a esta
reunion de todos los voluntaries en
el Sal6n de Conferencias en el segun-
do ptso del nuevo anexo del hospital.

El Canal de

Panama en la

Feria de Oca
La Zona del Canal estarti bien
represented en la Feria de Ocix,
que se celebrard los dias 21, 22 y 23
de este mes.
Una invitaci6n official para la par-
ticipaci6n de la Zona del Canal en
este event fue entregada al Cober-
nador, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., por
Aurelio A. Alba V., president de la
Feria de Oct\.
El Canal de PanamA presentarA
pelitulas y diapositivas, los burritos
Mancha y Cato de los Jardines de
Summit y otras cosas. La participa-
ci6n conjunta military del USIS
agregark esplendor a la feria con
exhibiciones de paracaidistas y expo-
sici6n de equipo de supervivencia.

7-Torneo de Atletismo Cuadrangular entre las Escuelas Secundarias de
Balboa y Crist6bal, la Universidad de la Zona del Canal y el Club
Atlitico de la Divisi6n de Escuelas, en el Estadio de Balboa, alas
7 p.m.
8-Juego de Softball en el Parque de la Liga de Softball del Pacifico en
Balboa, alas 9 a.m.
8-Primer escrutinio para la clecei6n de Reina del Carnaval de PanamA
en la Plaza de la Catedral en la ciudad de PanamA, alas 7 p.m*

--* *

. - Ie;tfgiII

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
rm eSrb 1 iscai r epr udau i6n a6 ea
o noticia aqul apareeida, sin necesidad
de solicited express.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
d bl.
La rms 6n j bsee esear inpdua ac

nsapodelenif dae PPrensa Dir girN
SPILL1VAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal
Distrib rei6n gratuity n todos los em-
dlealdossulerpa trl'anams(iV
o hee3 e e 1 e se p0al

albSoPa H gl tsSt scr p ions Box M,

La Srta. Violeta F. BArnabas es Olicinista Estenbgrafa en la Oficina del
Maestro de Rada de Balboa. Hace menos de 3 alios entr6 a prestar servi-
cios pero se ha ganado el aprecio de todos sus compaileros y jefes por su
eliciencia y amabilidad. Vive en El Chorrillo, uno de los barrios mis popu-
lares de la ciudad de PanamA. Nacib el 26 de noviembre de 1944, curso
studios en el Instituto Panamericano y actualmente cursa studios supe-
riores de Secretariado Ejecutivo en la Universidad de la Zona del Canal.
Esti en III Aiio y ya lleva acumulados 29 cr6ditos. Con una sonrisa dice
que habiendo estado tan ocupada con sus studios y trabafo no ha tenido
tempo para enamorarse. Le gusta mucho vinjar. Del interior de PanamA,
la ciudad que mis le ha gustado es Chitr6. Qued6 maravillada del adelanto
de esa ciudad y de lo buena que es la gente alli. Ha estado tambidn en
Medellin, Colombia. "Es una ciudad-jardin", comment y sigue diciendo
"me hosped4 en el Hotel Nutibara y pas4 los 3 dias mis inolvidables de
mi vida De sus planes para el future dice que quiere hacer carrera como
secretariat ejecutiva en el Canal de PanamA y, para el abo entrance, hacer
un viaje a Jamaica.

El gobierno de Mdfico ha lanzado sas industriales, cantidad que se con-
unanuevacampailadeindustrializa_ sidera necesaria para satisfacer la
cidn y ha becho us llamamiento a los dem da internamr, amat;udare a
inversionistas privados americanos portacida de products de capital y
para que funded 370 nuevas empre- de consume.


11:30-Asi Fue Esta Semana
12:00-Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
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
6:00- Estampida
7:00-EIParaguns MAgico
8:00- Comando Abreo
9:00- Los Bribones
10:00- Teletentro


11:30- C al de Cartones
12:15-D aTracy
12 Nho de la Una
ard aTsh andiales
4:00-Te eteatro de Ins 4
6 M rMEd
7:30- Expectaci6n
8:00- El Detective Millonario
: -Gas sbaCaosa t neaCasa
10:00- Noticias


1:00- Show de la Una
RardetaT nansdiales
4:00-T eteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Robbin
6: N jood
7:30-Los Monstruos
El Fugitid
9:30-Peyto lace
N 1 rastro


a dMC rtones
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Re ortajes Mundiales
4:00-Te etentro de Ias 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00- Johnny Quest
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Alfred Hitchcock
10:00- Noticias


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15- El Poderoso H6rcules
1:00- Show de la Una
1 8 AvancsesFibnicas
3:30- R ortajes Mundiales
-Tos at e4Roblin

ngdo del Mar
8:30- Los Delmouentes
9:30- Linea de Fuego


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-El Cegato Magoo
1:00- Show de la Una
2 -Rarde a assdiales
4:00-T etentro de las 4
5:30- Los Amiguitos de RoblAn
6 0 N sva Ola
7:30-Los Locos Adams
mhbatede bt
9:30-Peyton Place cy


12:15-Resumen de Cartones
m IF'gmenino
3:00- Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de Ias 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
6:0-N apiedras

w dedAntonio Prieto
Noj ro


10 p.m.
Face Of A Fugitive
Sammy The Way Out Seal
Hot Enough For June
Hot Enough For June
A French Mistr d
Hells Half Aessean
RacmgkFevKeir )and
10 p.m.
The Day The Earth Caught Fire

Doctor Crippen
Triumph Of Macistes
Triumph Of Macistes
La Historia del Tango and
Affair In Reno
Burn Witch, Burn

Doctor Crippen

Escape By Night
La Historia del Tango and
Affair In Reno
Burn Witch, Burn
Idol On Parade
The Big Carnival and
Guns Of The Black Witch

Viernes 7 -
Sibado 8 __
Domingo 9 ._
Lunes to --
Martes 11 ___
Mi6rcoles 12

Jueves 13 ___
Viernes 14 --


Juan de Dios L6pez, es Asendor y
Ayudante de Cocina en la Draga
Mindi del Canal de PanamA. Desde
1928, cuando entr6 por primer vez
a trabafar con el Canal, ha comple-
tado bastantes afios de servicio a
pesar de varies interrupciones. Nacib
en el Departamento del Choc6, Co-
lombia, hace ya mis de 50 afios.
Desde los 16 anos vmo a vivir a Pa- .
namA, buscando mejorar su condi-
ci6n de vida. Aqui le fue mejor y se
quedo para sxempre. Hizo muy poca
escuela. Sabe leer y escribir, pero
dice que lo que mis sabe es contar;
si son d61ares, los cuenta mucho
mejor. Su esposa desde hace 30 anos
es Marcelina Rodriguez. Han tenido
tres hilos, todos ya casados y estable-
cidos por su cuenta. Su esposa es de
Santiago de Veraguas, pero Don
Juan de Dios no conoce nada del
interior de PanamA. Le tiene pinico
a los buses del Interior. A pesar de
las muchas invitaciones, jambs ha ido
a visitar a sus parents interioranos.
De su trabajo can el Canal de Pana-
mb, dice: "Me gusta mucho. Conozco
bien mis obligaciones y las cumplo lo
mefor que puedo. Mi sueldo me da
para mis necesxdades y el cheque
Ilega siemore seguro. En el Canal de
PanamA el dia de pago es sagrado".



Enero 7, 1966

Pggina 2

En Su Pantalla

9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Cdlebres
10:45-SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30- Accion en el Mar
12:00- Repris6: Novela Semanal
2:19-Reprisb: Novela Juvenil
4:00- Desde el Hip6dromo
7:00- Bonanza
8:00- Cita con la Muerte
9:00-Ruta 66
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50- Teatro Franc6s
12:20-Noticiero del Mediodia
1 -- itmola SAle ]
3:30- Documental
4:30-Di og (1UnAv ddSanta
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-Novela Juvenil
TwisePd tx oas
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
S arisa eC g \
9:00-Novela de las 9
10 iE ermeras
11:00- Hombre de Mundo

sweesrse 6im
12:20-Noticiero delMediodia
12:45-Ritmo y Alegrfa
aC 13a len V
5:30-Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventurns.
8:30-Picadillo Humor staco
N In tineas s
8 roa inental
9:00-Novela de Ias 9
19:3- iI fensores
11:00- El Agente Sentimental
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50-La Ley del Rev6Iver
gotticinoA aediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal

c tealCartones
4:30- Para la Familia
5:00- Novela de Ins 5
5:30- Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Tres Patines Show
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-Revista Musical
9:00- Novela de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
11:00- Mike Hammer
11:30- Titeres y C6micas
11:50-Pete y Gladys
12:20-Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
88 in 17
5:30- Novela Juvenil
rzaed #oAHen sstico
na ltineassSociales

8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-El Teatro de Richard Boone
11:00- Patrulla Fantasma
ite es y C6mbcads
12:20- Noticiero del Mediodia
12:45- Ritmo y Alegria
1:15-Novela Semanal
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
aMluj3re apsina
5:30-Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Bolte de Tres Patines
6 IN antineas Sociales
7:30-Shoici se Van Dyke
as Estrellas y Usted
11:00- Voces del Pueblo
afj ISd dia
12:45-De Interds Parn Usted
1:00-Reprisb: Novela de las 5
5 de Cartones
5:30- El Paijaro Loco
6:00- El Paso al Noroeste
6:30-Las Aventuras de Rin TinTin
-Esottr assPalmolive

I al





Como Deportista del Aiio fue selec-
la brilla 1 S d
eoatda estudiantentdee o eano ana
de la scuela Secundaria de Parniso.
Sandra, que gan6 dos medallas de
oro en los Juegos Bolivarianos cele-
brados, recientemente, en Ecuador,
obtuvo el honor en la selection de
personalidades del afio en Panamb'
Ille dabra 1 inmi P2r9en
Radial de Panama '

Antonio Ama a se

edird & d COM

Leopoldo Campbell
El campe6n peso pluma dellstmo,
Antonio Amaya, octavo en la clasifi-
caci6n de la Asociaci6n Mundtal de
Boxeo, se enfrentard el 16 del co-
rriente al pi'tgil panamello Leopoldo
Campbell en combat a 10 vueltas
en el tinglado del Cimnasio Nacional
de PanamA.
Campbell es un pi'Igil que ha
hecho la mayor parte de su campaila
boxistica en tinglados sudamericanos
y tiene en su record una victoria
sobre Ismael Laguna, cuando ambos
eran boxeadores aficionados.

a J aCdh at6F "dhi a pel
asaltos, en dispute clel tit o Junior
ligero del Istmo, al cual Amaya re~
nuncid para continuar con el cetro
de los plumes.

r *
COMarall 80CC10IleS

v sunywasm v va

IllVellianO en Enero

Las Secciones de Almacenaje "B",
"I" y "X" (Crist6bal), serin cerradas
por inventario todo el dia jueves 13
de enero, y cerradas para hacer un
recuento el lunes 31 de enero, de 11
a.m. a 3:30 p.m. Todas las otras sec-
ciones perrnanecerin abiertas al pi't-
blico como de costumbre.
No se harin entregas en las sec-
ciones cerradas durante el inventario
y los periods de recuento, con ex-
cepelon de emergencies. La autori-
zaci6n para entregas de emergencies
cleben ser solicitadas a fefes de divi-
Las vents en las secciones bajo
inventario a recuento serin prohibi-
das durante las horas sefialadas
Se sugiere que todas las unidades
obtengan sufficient material de ope-
del 1 13 31
raci6n antes cierre e y e
enero, para protege sus necesidades
"ranto los periods en que las sec-
ciones estin cerradas.

cy 7 *

Sus amigos y parents pueden
subscribirse ahora al semanario
SPILLWAY del Canal de PanamA
(ousted puede hacer la subscrip-
ci6n por ellos). Cuesta $2.60 al
ailo. Esto include envio por correo
regular a cualquier parte del
Los cheques para las subscrip-
clones deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y pue-
denser enviados por correo a:
SPILL1VAY Subscriptions
Box M
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone
No deje de incluir, bien escrito,
sona a la cual el SPILLWAY debe
ser enviado.


pagina 3

Enero 7, 1966

Ruth Neblett, Encargada de Mostra-
dor, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Auxi-
liar de Enfermeria (Medicina Ge-
Ev ,.9 ull er, Sublefe Ofici-
nista (Archivos M&dicos) a Biblio-
tocaria de Historiales M6dicos.
Division de Esclusas
Roland Basmes6n, Leonard Ladieu,
Electricista a Operario de Esclu-
sas (Electricista).
Fdlix Modestin, Pasacables a Ofici-
nista, Secei6n de N6minas.
Tom Swindle, Adolph L. Forkey,
Philip M. Wilkins, Harold J. Moss,
Mechnico Tornero a Operario de
Esclusas (Mechnico Tornero).
Hallis F. Chase, Operario de Esclu-
sas (Electricista), a Capataz Ope-
rario de Esclusas (Electricista)-
John Andrews, James E. Lovelady,
Guardian a Operario de Locomo-
tora de Remolque.
Raymond Rowley, Capataz Operario
de Esclusas (Electricista), a Ope-
rario de Caseta de Control.
Clemente Cedefio, Ayudante Opera-
rio de Esclusas a Carpintero (Man-
Silverio Villafranco, Pasacables a
Carpintero (Mantenimiento).
Hubert Gray, Pasacables a Carpin-
tero (Mantenim ento)

Fe enReon nt sacables a Pintor
Oliver F. R. Ifil, Ayudante Operario
de Esclusas a Carpintero (Mante-
Wilfred Mattison, Ayudante Opera-
rio de Esclusas a Pintor (Mante-
James Best, Ayudante Operario cle
Esclusas a Encargado de Cuarto
de Herramientas.
Mauricio Salazar, Pasacables a Ayu-
dante Operario de Esclusas.
Division Industrial
Philip D. Sanders, Aprendiz (MecA-
nico Tornero) Tercer Aiio, a
Aprendiz (Mec Anic o Tornero)
Flo noA .nt, Lubricador a Me-
chico de Equipo NAutico (Man-
Alberto Jiminez, Ayudante Repara-
dor de Central Telef6nica, Divi-
si6n de Electricidad, a Cuardia.

Samiuel TC)ampbell c nta
nico de Equipo NAutico (Mante-
Division de Navegaci6n
Genevieve K. Field, Oficinista de
N6minas a Jefe, Secei6n de N6-
Division de Servicios Comunales
Virginia A. Peterson, Oficitista Me-
can6grafa a Subjefe Oficinista Me-
can6grafa (Estenografia).
Oliver Gordon, Operario de Equipo
Pequefio de Mantenimiento de
Predios, a Operario de Equipo de
Mantenimiento de Predios*
Erich L. Reinhardt, Ayudante, Abas-
tos Cenerales, a Agente de Procu-
Conrad A. Waldron, Vendedor, Jefe
de Secct6n, a Subjefe Oficinista,
Albert Smith, Encargado de Exis-
tencias a Oficinista de Abastos.
IvAn Morris, Oficinista de Abastos a
Luis E. Mastellari, Oficinista, Esta-
Riclist TI, a Of inista. Oficinist
ora a a,
Henry J. Ford, Mensafero a Ofici-
nista, Correspondencia.
Leonard E. Mulgrave, Oficinista a
Percival Smith, Oficinista de Abastos
a Conductor de Camidn.
Arthur Smith, Subjefe Oficinista de
Abastos, a Ayudante, Abastos Ce-
Valtosal Hudson, Encargado de Mos-
trador a Conductor de Cami6n.
Beresford Gittens, Obrero a Obrero
(Trabaios Pesados).
Lec6i W IsoneD nd ns li rE ta-
Operario de Estaci6n de Servicio
Jorge A. Moreno, Mozo de Oficio a
Conductor de Cami6n.
Wesley W. Gittens, Mozo de Oficios
a Trabalador (Secei6n de Legum-
Walter Campbell, Obrero (Trabajos
Pesados) a Almacenero.
Sy llioPdhill iMaos a es s rSer-

Division de Ferrocarril
Enrique P. Van Kwartel, Oficinista
Mecan6grafo a Oficinista.
Victor Olaciregui, Mozo de Oficio,
Division de Abastos, a Verificador,

Division de Transporte a Motor
Walter H. Hobby, Primer Capataz
(Operaciones de Equipo Automo-
tri), a Capataz General (Opera-
ciones de Equipo Automotriz).
Horace J. Orgeron, Conductor de
Autom6vil (Especial) a Conductor
de Cami6n (Remolque Pesado).
Harry G. Crawford, Conductor de
Cami6n a Conductor de Cami6n
Leonardo SuArez, Conductor de Ca-
mi6n a Mensafero (Conductor de
Vehiculos a Motor).
Alvin G. Barrett, Dependiente de
Estaci6n de Servicio (Casolinera),
a Conductor de Autom6vil.
Socorro Mendoza M., Aseador, DF-
visi6n de Servicios Comunales, a
Conductor de Cami6n.
Division de Terminales
William R. Byrd, Subjefe Ayudante
al Agent Verificador de Carga, a
Subjefe Especialista en el Reparto
de Equipo.
Peter eASyudante ficiniisstts a

t yu ervicros ra-
RubinGD. dCarvajal, Guardia a Jefe
de uar ias.
Juanen Ma osC.,Di ennti
Navegaci6n, a Estibador.
Edward M. Kennedy, Ingeniero Me-
chico (Utilidades Pi'rblicas), Divi-

Rusi ledMante PSt oo.p, Subjefe
Controlador de Trifico Maritimo,
Division de Navegaci6n.,
Ernest C. Van Horn, Operario de
Caseta de Control, Divisi6n de
Herbert H.1 Cadiso% AyudMntiet' del
ontro or co imo'
Division de Navegacion. ,
Mary Urey, Secretaria (Estenografa)'
Dilrecei6n de Transporte y Termi-
James W. Crawford, Ayudante Con-
trolador de Trifico Maritimo, Di-
visi6n de Navegaci6n.
Gloria M. DeRaps, Ayuclante Ofici-

i nografia), Division de
Frank L. Ostrander, Aprendiz de
Funciones Administrativas (Egre-
sado Universitario).
James V; Foster, Ayudante Arquea-
dor, Division de Navegaci6n.
Raymond L. Miller, Opt6metro Cli-
nico, Hospital Gorgas.
or r Sd aTar@,coA adjt oCE:
vision de Navegaci6n.
Willie M. Du Vall, Oficinista de Con-
tabilidad, Hospital Corgas.
Nellie T. Collet, Gerente de Cafe-

Rotseef, vs 6 deOAfib ot de N6-
ruinas, Secei6n de Planillas y Con-
tabilidad Mechnica.
Maritza E. de Oranges, Oficinista de

d Secc 6 d liantllas y
David H. Dare, Primer Capataz
(Operaciones cle Esclusas), Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
Beresford D. Licorish, Oficinista de
Contabilidad, Contaduria.
Herbert H. Tabert, Capitin, Cri'ra
Flotante, Divisi6n de Dragas.
Grace M. Lawrence, Oficinista Me-
can6grafa, Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Cecil O. Maughn, Oficinista de Con-
tabilidad, Contaduria.
Lena A. Rhoden, Oficinista, Divisi6n
de Abastos.
Benjamin A. Herrera G., Alfred R.
Evans, Aristides P4rez, Operario
de E o de Contaduri Conta-
duriaquip a,
Eugenia James, Luis Rivera, Auxiliar
de Enfermeria (Medicina General
y Cirusia), Hospital Gorgas'
Clinton J. Everett, Auxiliar en el
Servicio de Sala, Hos ital Corgas.
Eric J. Walton, Apren iz (Repara-
dor de Equipo Automotriz), Divi-
si6n de Transporte a Motor.
C6sar A. Payne, Aprendiz (Ayudante
Mechnico Automotriz-Carroceria
y Guardafangos), Divisi6n de
Transport a Mootr.
Oliver B. Gordon, Operario de Equi-
po Pequefio cle Mantenimiento de
Predios, Divisi6n de Servicios Co-

Fannie M. Sosa, Escrutadora de Soli-
citucles a Escrutadora de Solicitu-
des (Mecanografia).
James L. Fulton, Sr., Subjefe Ana-
lista de Negocios (Tarifas), a
Ayudante Especial del Contralor
(Asuntos Financieros).
Malcolm A. Johnston, Jefe Oficinista,
Secei6n de N6minas (Jefe de hr
Secei6n de Planillas y Contabili-
dad Mechnica), a Oficial Encar-
gado de Sistemas de N6minas
(Jefe de la Secei6n de Planillas y
Contabilidad Mechnica).
Richard O. Burgoon, Analista de Ne-
go fos (Tarifas), a Analista de Tari-
Du e Rigby, Contador Ejecutivo, a
Contador de Sistemas.
Division de Escuelas
Eufemio Carrido, Obrero (Trabafos
Pesados) a Operario de Piscina.
NicolAs Barria, Aseador, Direcei6n
cle Abastos y Servicios Comunales,

Pr 1 sr ilvlantenimiento de
Natalie Griffin, Ayudante, Activida-
des Recreativas (Educaci6n Espe-
cial) a Especialista en Actividades
Recreativas (General).

Jo b neda aBiMiCtec iaa
Ayudante Bibliotecaria, Divisi6n
de Escuelas.
Di de C
Herms is onrie, Ofloc sa Meca-
f d I
fi ia ssit tnutoe Di ui 6
de Correos
Division de Dragas
Winston D. Codling, Archivero, Di-
visi6n de Servicios Administrati-
vos, a Oficinista, Divisi6n de Dra-
Rob o Benn, Aprendiz de Mechni-
co de Radio, Segundo Aiio, a
Aprendiz de Mechnico de Rad20,
Tercer Ano.
Division de Electricidad
4 Glenn R. Crowe, Mechnico Electr6-
nico a T6cnico de Ingenieria Hi-

Pa li ic lia, Mecinico Electr6nico
a Capataz Mechnico Electr6nico.
Adolfo A. Mindez, Aseador a Ayu-
dante Electricista (Planta de Ener-
gia Elbetrica).
Divisibn de Mantenimiento
Earl E. Farrell, Aprendiz (Ayudante
Mecinico de Refrigeraci6n y Acon"
dicionannento de Aire) a Oficinista.
Jo I;i6Castafie ,asAlmacen ic s
Comunales, a Pintor, Manteni-
Cecil G. Callender, Oficinista a Sub-
jefe Oficinista de Abastos.
James E. White, George H. Sim-
mons, Aprendiz (Ayudante Pintor),
a Ayudante Pintor.
Mario Wendorf, Aprendiz (Ayudante
Mechnico de Refrigeract6n y
Acondicionamiento de Aire), a
Ayudante Mechnico de Refrigera-
ci6n y Acondicionamlento de Aire).
George T. Darnall, Jr., Ingeniero,
Avaluaciones (General), Contadu-
ria, a Ingeniero Civil.
Hospital Gorgas
Spencer Walton, Mbdico (Cirugia
Ortopedica), a Jefe del Servicio
Rebecca M. Jensen, Betsey-Ann
Season, Gloria J. Chirico, Dora R.
H. Staley, Enfermera a Enfermera
(Medicina General y Cirugia).
Betty H. Facey A., Oficinista de
Abastos, Divisi6n de Abastos, a
Oficinista de Admisi6n.
Hospital de Corozal
Victor Atencio, Ayudante Cocinero a
Cuardia del Hospital.
Lionel Yard, Mozo de Oficios (Hos
pital), Hospital Corgas, a Auxiliar
de Enfermeria, Corozal.
Hospital de Coco Solo
Luisa Figueroa, Enfermera a Enfer-
** mera (Obstetricia).
Dorothy McKinley, Enfermera a En-
fermera (Medicina General y Ci
Mario L. Martinez, Aseador, Hospi-
tal Corgas, a Mozo cle Oficios
Josbelt Palac1iio ,MAuCiliar e En
gia a Teamco Mb Ico Bacte-
Anrtz gia osquera, Mozo de Oficio
(Hospital), a Auxiliar de Enferme-
ria (Medicina Generaly Cirugia).
Hector Henningham, Conductor de
Autom6vil a Auxiliar M6dico

IT WI 4 \ 1 7 I I E R. iW MMI
Yuda Morhaim R., professor de educaci6n fisica en la Escuela Secundaria
de Rainbow City, entrega el trofeo a la profesora Berta Hylton, patrocina-

d2unddealri a bmo it D dievoB t tvoenMe6n j eg a
sivo al Departive Chavarria. Al fondo various jugadores del quintet campe6n.

Ilermo A. Bernal C.; dofia Graciela
de Lasso, Directora de la Escuela; y
dofia Maria de Moreno, de Relacio-
nes Pi'rblicas del Instituto, quienes en
sentidas y bells frames elogiaron
la obra y dieron las gracias al
Sr. Progana.
Despubs de la cena apareci6 Santa
Claus en la persona del obsequiante,
repartiendo regales y juguetes entre
los concurrentes.
Desde hace muchos ailos este em-
pleado del Canal de PanamA ha cola-
boraclo con las escuelas de sordos y
ciegos, y tanto en 1964 como an 1965
ha ofrecklo fiestas de Navidad a los
niiios ciegos y ha dejado career entre
los que lo concern, el frondoso Arbol
de la amistad y la gratitude.

En la tarde del 21 de diciembre se
reunieron los miembros del Patro-
nato del Instituto Panamefio de Ha-
bilitaci6n Especial, los alumnos de la
escuela de ciegos "Helen Keller", el
personal de servicio, maestros, perso-
nal administrative e invitados, con
el Sr. Manuel M. Progana, Operario
de la Caseta de Control en las Esclu-
sas de Miraflores, quien tradicional-
Inente ofrece una fiesta complete cle
Navidad, costeada por su propio
peculio a los nitios invidentes del
La cena consisti6 en pavo, dukes,
helados y un precious Arbol de Navi-
dad, arreglado por el mismo Progana
para 90 personas.
Estuvieron presented, como repre-
sentante clel Patronato, el Sr. Cui-

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Eh! LTe foc6 el lado m6s pesador


Empleado del Canal de Panama'

Comienza Hoy el Campeonato de Beis yt

En el campo de juegos de Parniso Fawcett, Director de las Escuelas
sent inaugurado esta tarde el cam- Latinoamericanas, sent el receptor.
peanato intercolegial de softball fe- Despubs del partido de softball,
merino, asi como tambi6n el de beis- I invadinin el cuadro las novenas de
bol masculino, entre los segundos l>eisbol de Rainbow City y Paraiso
cidos de las escuelas latinoameri- para su primer partido de la tem-
canas de la Zona del Canal. parade intercolegial.
El acto de inauguract6n comenzara
alas 4:45 p.m., con el partido de El desaffo de softball femenino
softball entre las novenas de Rain- seni de cinco entradas y el de beisbol
bow City y Paraiso, eternas rivals de siete.
deportivas. El martes pr6ximo se iniciard el
Correspondent lanzar la primer campeanato de softball de los pd-
ban al Dr. Charles L. Latimer, Jr., meros cidos con el partido de Santa
Segundo Superintendente de la Di- Cruz en Parniso alas 4:30 p.m.,
vision de Escuelas; el bateador serd mientras que el mi6rcoles alas 4:30
Alfred E. Osborne, Ayudante Super- p.m. se medinin los muchachos de
intendente de las Escuelas Latino- Paraiso con los de Santa Cruz en
americanas, mientras que Ellis L. beisbol, en el cuadro de Santa Cruz.

Calendario del Torneo de Beis y

Softball Inter collegial L.A.
*Viernes 7-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso (Nifias y Varones) 4:45 p.m.
Martes 11-Santa Cruz vs. Paraiso (Nifias) 4:30 p.m.
Midrcoles 12-Paraiso vs. Santa Cruz (Varones)_ 4:30 p.m.
*Viernes 14-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City (Nifias y Varones) 5:00 p.m.
Martes 18-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City (Nifias) _ _ 5:00 p.m.
Midrcoles 19-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso (Varones)_ 4:30 p.m.
*Viernes 21-Rainbow City vs. Parafso (Nifias y Varones) 4:45 p.m.
Martes 25-Rainbow City vs. Santa Cruz (Nifias) 4:30 p.m.
Miircoles 26-Santa Cruz vs. Rainbow City (Varones) 5:00 p.m.
*Viernes 28-Parafso vs. Rainbow City (Nifias y Varones) 5:00 p.m.
*Segundo Ciclo. El 61timo equipo nombrado es el local.


20 Aiios de Servicio

Enero 7, 1966i

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Estos cinco j6venes y sus instructors posan despubs de sus partidos de cuartos de final que fueron celebrados
en el torneo de tenis Juveml en Camp Bierd, aiIspiciado por la Junta del 5 poqCiento y el Club de Tems de
Camp Bierd. De izquierda a derecha, Huntley Dunn, instructor del Club de Tems de Colbn; Victor Wallace y
Carlos Aguilar, de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City; Humbert Ng, del Club de Tenis de Col6n; Aurelio
Ruiz, de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City; y Stanley Loney, instructor de tenis de la Escuela Secundaria
de Rainbow City. Sentado estA Glenn Moolchan, de la Escuela Intermedia de Rainbow City.

William De la Mater
Ingeniero Industrial
Margaret M. Janssen
Oficinista (Esten6grafa)
Julio S. Buchanam
Le6n Chird
Operario de Equipo Pequefio de
Mantenimiento de Preclios
Veronica Cummings
Ell tteTorde
JuliAn G. Godoy
Recolector de Basura
Agatha R. Hudson
Trabajadora, Secei6n de
Juan D. Montoya S.
aCarpmt o de Mantenimiento
ente dTPeroductos de
Conrad L. Alexander
Cesario V. Herrera
Charles A. Horshman
Alcides Jackson

Fe d ario de
Isabel Soto H.
Ayudante Operario de Esclusa
Remus H. Taylor
Pnictico del Canal
James N. Thompson
Gershon A. Williams
William A. Aiello
Mechnico Electr6nico
Arturo de la Rosa
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Rudesindo Espinosa
Reparador de Instrumentos
Leroy A. Finn
George Griffith
Ayudante Electricista
Nicomedes Julio S.
Re 170 Urriola
Ayudante (General)
Charles H. Burnett
Encargado cle Abastecimiento de
Agua a Buques en Trinsito

Glendora A. Dorsey
Oficinista de Reclamos
Bruno L. Emanuele
Hubert Foster
Ayudante Mechnico Automotriz
(Carroceria y Guardafangos)
Gustavo Pic6n C.
Conductor de Cami6n
Darris L. Collar
Ayudante Bibliotecaria
Gayle G. Fortner
Policia Raso
Ifil R. Francis
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
Edna L. Higgins
Cuidadora de Camerino
L. E. McFarquhar
Maestro de Escuela Intermedia,
Escuelas Latinoamericanas
Reginald T. Prescott
Maestro de Escuela Secundaria,
Escuelas Latinoamericanas
Celia Cintr6n
Enfermera (Medicina General y
Kathryn W. McNamee
Enfermera (Tuberculosis)
Luis Palma
Auxiliar Biol6gico (Insectos)
Henry Simmons
A Iri EE8feen Cirugia)



La Liga Menor del Pacifico, invite
al pdblico a asistir a la ceremonial de
apertura de su nueva Casa Club,
donada por la Canada Dry Co. cle
PanamA. La ceremonial serA el sdba-
do 8 de enero, alas 9 de la mailana.
Inmediatamente despubs, se cele-
brani un partido en el que participa-
rin todos los equipos.
El Parque de la Liga Menor del
Pacifico estA situado cerca de la Es-
taci6n del Ferrocarril de Balboa, y
el estacionamiento, cerca del Parque
cle Bola Suave del Pacifico.
La Liga ha progresado mucho, hay
amp io espacio en as grac orias y se
espera una buena asistencia para
hacerle barra" a los jugadores.
Durante el juego, habri refrescos
en la nueva Casa Club.

Patrocinado por el Fondo Unido
de la Zona del Canal en cooperaci6n
con la Asociaci6n Istmean de Autos
Departivos, se correrA el Cran Pre-
mio de PanamA, el 15 y 16 de enero,
en France Field.
El stibado 15, de 10:30 a.m. a la
1:30 p.m. tendrAn lugar las carreras
de prActica, seguidas por dos carre-
ras de cinco vueltas, una alas 2 p.m.
para autos de turismo y otra alas
2:30 p.m. para autos cleportivos.
El domingo 16, las carreras de
pnictica senin de las 9 a.m. alas
11 a.m. Una carrera de 15 vueltas,
para autos deportivos, alas 11:30
a.m., una carrera de 15 vueltas para
autom6viles de turismo, alas 12:30
p.m. y, para finalizar, el Cran Pre-
mio de PanamA, de 35 vueltas (100
inillas), que se iniciard alas 2 p.m.
Un tren especial saldri de Balboa,
alas 8 a.m. del domingo. El precio
del boleto de ida y vuelta incluird
el autobbs desde Mount Hope alas
carreras y regreso a la estaci6n. El
tren saldrd de Mount Hope alas

5 p.m. para el viaje de regreso al
lado Pacifico.
La entrada al Area de las carreras
en France Field esti sobre la Carre-
tera Randolph, como al milla al
este de su intersecei6n con la Carre-
tera Boyd-Roosevelt.
Se espera que mis de 25 autos
tomen parte en las carreras que se
hanin sobre la pista de 7 vueltas y
de 2.85 mills de largo, con veloci-
dades que se anticipa 11egarin hasta
las 86 mills por hora.
Los precious de admisi6n general
serin el stibado de $1 y el domingo
de $1.25. Los programs costarin
25 centavos.
Los formularies de inscripei6n
pueden conseguirse en el Escritorio
de Informaci6n en el Edificio de
Administraci6n, en Balboa Heights;
Unicar, S.A., Ave. 11, 26-28, Aptdo.
293, PanamA; y en la Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento del Canal de Pana-
md, Edificio 1726, Crist6bal.
El Gran Premio de PanamA serA
a beneficio del Fondo Unido.



Victor Wallace, estudiante de d6cimo
grado de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, quien conquistb el
campeonato de individuals de tenis
en Camp Bierd, demuestra la forma
en que se usa la ragueta virando la
mano, despubs de su sensational par-
tido con Aurelio Ruiz, tambidn estu-
diante de la Escuela de Rainbow
City. El nuevo campe6n borr6 des-
ventaja en dos occasions para triun-
far por 8-6 y 6-4.

Francis Clarke Nelson, guardian de detenci6n en la Penitenciaria de Gamboa (segundo a la derecha), recibi6 un
premio por actuaci6n sobresaliente y un cheque por $200. El premio se bas6 en las laborers desempefiadas desde
el 14 de agosto de 1920 hasta el 31 de diciembre de 1965, cuando se acogib a la jubilaci6n. De izquierda a derecha
aparecen E. S. Shipley, Jefe de la Divisi6n de Policia de la Zona del Canal; J. B. Clemmons, Jr., Subdirector de
Asuntos Civiles; Nelson y el Capitin W. H. Munyon, ex Alcaide de la Penitenciaria de Gamboa.,Nelson residird
en Chilibre, en la Repdblica de PanamA.

El Gran Premio Automovilistico

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