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
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Panama Canal
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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.
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"Official Panama Canal publication."
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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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Gift of the Panama Canal ALses,

Vol. IV, No. 52 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, June 17, 1966

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1..'***- ;I
Thomas J. Pimiento of the Industrial Division accepts a congratulatory
handshake and a 30-year, gold key safety award from Capt. Mortimer J.
Prince, Director of the Marine Bureau. Pimiento was one of 12 persons to
receive 30-year awards. See story on page 4.

Safe Boating Week

Set in U.S., Here

The week beginning July 3 has
been designated as Safe Boating
Week in the Canal Zone by Gov.
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., following a
proclamation by President Lyndon
B. Johnson.
Governor Fleming noted that boat-
ing is a popular activity in the Canal
Zone, and he stressed that respon-
sibility is the key to the enjoyment of
safe boating. To keep the "pleasure"
in pleasure boating, the Governor
said, all regulations and safety
measures should be followed.
Text of the President's proclama-
The family boating trip has now
become almost as common in
American life as the family picnic.
It is a profound testimony to the
strength of our American system
and the scope of our prosperity
that the recreation of boating,
once the pastime of a privileged
few, is now enjoyed by millions
of families from all walks of life.
With the steadily increasing
traffic on our waterways, however,
it is vital that no efforts be spared
to keep boating safe as well as
stimulating. The knowledge and
practice of safe boating principles
can make hours spent upon the
water measurably safer and more
Since 1958, when the Congress
first requested the President to
annually proclaim National Safe
Boating Week, the rise in boating
accidents has been largely checked.
This record can be maintained-
and improved-only if the nation's
boating organizations, Federal and
State agencies, and the boating
industry continue their efforts to
inform the public of the impor-
tance of safe boating practices.
AMERICA, do hereby designate
the week beginning July 3, 1966,
as National Safe Boating Week.
I urge every American who uses
our waterways to re-examine his
boating habits during this Week
and decide what he can do, indi-

vidually and together with his
countrymen, to reduce accidents
and prevent the needless waste of
lives on the water.

CZ Contributes


To RP Economy
The economy of the Republic of
Panama received direct benefits from
the Canal Zone during the past
calendar year totaling $105,529,000.
This sum includes $49,963,000
representing the payrolls of the non-
U.S. citizens employed in the Canal
Zone but residing in the Republic,
whose take-home pay, therefore goes
directly into the Republic to pay for
taxes, shelter, food, clothing, and
many items of daily living.
It includes the disability and relief
payments to Panamanians by the
Canal organization and retirement
checks from the Canal and other
U.S. Government agencies in the
Canal Zone distributed to Panama-
nians by the US. Embassy in
It represents the aggregate amounts
of goods and services purchased in
Panama by U.S. agencies operating
in the Canal Zone; purchase of goods
in Panama by private organizations
operating in the Canal Zone; con-
tractors' purchases in Panama of
goods and services for Canal Zone
projects and expenditures made in
Panama by U.S. and non-U.S. citizen
residents of the Canal Zone.
It also includes the $1,930,000 paid
to Panama by the United States as
an annuity under the 1955 Remon-
Eisenhower Treaty.

Miss Chue, Mrs. Konnagan

Win CZ College Awards

Miss Adele Chue, Dorothy Moody
Prize winner.

Miss Adele Chue and Mrs. Gay L.
Konnagan, members of the 1966
graduating class of Canal Zone Col-
lege, were recipients of three special
awards presented at the college com-
mencement exercises. The award
winners were chosen by a committee
of college faculty.
Miss Chue received both the
Dorothy Moody Prize of $100 for
Excellence in English Studies, and
the inscription of her name on the
college's Honor Plaque. Miss Chue,
20, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wahyuck Chue of Colon. She was


Estimated payments to Panama from Canal Zone sources for the year 1963, 1964, 1965.

Net payments, including retirement and disability paid to non-
U.S. citizens residents of Panama ____-_________ _________-
Direct purchases made in Panama by U.S. Government agencies__.
Purchases of goods in Panama by private organizations operating
in the Canal Zone_ ___ ____________________ ________
Contractors' purchases in Panama of goods and services for Canal
Zone projects--___-_______-_______ _____ __________
Expenditures made in Panama by residents of the Canal Zone ..
Canal Zone annuity to Republic of Panama-___-____________

Total___________-___________________________ _

New Records

Expected for

Canal Traffic
Despite major strikes at various
periods throughout the year, the
traffic through the Panama Canal for
the fiscal year about to close on
June 30 is expected to show new
record highs.
Oceangoing ship traffic is expected
to pass by June 20 the total of 12,203
vessels which was the all-time transit
record set at the end of the last fiscal
year. The year's traffic shows a
marked increase in the use of the
Canal by U.S. Government vessels.
Early statistics indicate that this
will be a record year for cargo with
freight carried through the waterway
this fiscal year to exceed 81,000,000
long tons or about two million tons
more than last year's 78,900,000
long tons.
The cargo build-up this year can
be attributed to the increased size of
the commercial ships using the Canal
and the build-up in traffic moving
through the Canal to Vietnam.


$45,055,000 $49,287,000 $53,454,000
11,797,000 12,686,000 14,438,000

11,327,000 9,332,000 9,250,000




$101,220,000 $96,293,000 $105,529,000

Announce Delivery Dates

Of Cars Shipped North
For the convenience of all passengers sailing northbound on the SS Cris-
tobal during the coming summer months, the following is the schedule for
delivery of automobiles to Terminals Division, Cristobal, for shipment aboard

the SS Cristobal:
Sailing date
Sun., June 19____
Thurs., June 30 -
Tues., July 12__
Sat., July 23 .. .
Wed, Aug. 3 -
Sun., Aug. 14 -
Thurs., Aug. 25-
Mon., Sept. 5__-
Fri., Sept. 16 _
Tues., Sept. 27___

Date of delivery
Sat., June 18 __
Wed., June 29 __
-__Mon., July 11_
-__ Fri., July 22___.
Tues., Aug. 2__ _.
Sat., Aug. 13 _--
Wed., Aug. 24__.
---Sun., Sept. 4 ___
Thurs., Sept. 15_.
__-Mon., Sept. 26_.

Time of delivery
-_-_ 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
_ 7:00a.mto 2:00p.m.
__7:00a.mto 2:00 p.m.
--7:00 a. m to 2:00 p.m.
-- 7:00 a. m to 2:00 p.m.
_.-- 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
.-- 7:00 a. m to 2:00 p.m.
--.- 8:390 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
--7:00 a. m to 2:00 p.m.
--_7:00a.mto 2:00 p.m.

The underbody of the automobile must be thoroughly cleaned with a
pressure hose. The pressure washing of cars is a New Orleans port of entry
requirement in compliance with a U.S. Department of Agriculture ruling.
The Canal Zone Motor Transportation Division, on either side of the
Isthmus, will do the work at a charge of $2. No appointment is required,
but it's wise to call a week or so ahead of travel time. Pressure hosing of
cars may be done from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 12 noon to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Fridays.
After the pressure hosing is completed, the passenger must keep the bill
with his travel papers to certify, in New Orleans, that the car was pressure
hose cleaned. Without such evidence, the passenger may find himself
accompanied by an inspector to the nearest service station for an on-the-
spot pressure hose cleaning of the car before it is permitted to proceed.
At Cristobal, automobiles should be delivered to the Terminals Division
Repair Shop, Building 1020, inside the pier area. They are subsequently
readied for loading on board the SS Cristobal, and passengers are required
to go to the Cristobal Freight House Office for their bill of lading.

awarded the Dorothy Moody Prize
for outstanding achievement in
English courses over 2 years of full-
time attendance; the prize is for the
purchase of books suitable for a per-
manent library. Miss Chue's name
will be inscribed on the bronze
Honor Plaque mounted on one side
of the main entrance of the college.
The plaque was donated by the
school's first graduating class, and is
engraved each year with the name
of the graduating student who has
contributed most to the spiritual, in-
tellectual, and extra-curricular life of
the college.
Mrs. Konnagan, a resident of Dia-
blo Heights, received the Thatcher
Medal as this year's most outstanding
student in scholarship and deport-
ment. The medal was named by the
Honorable Maurice H. Thatcher,
head of the Department of Civil
Administration of the Canal Zone
from 1910 to 1913, in honor of his
late wife. Thatcher served in the
Congress of the United States, and
has shown a continuing interest over
the years in the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama. The Thatcher
Highway and the present bridge
across the Canal bear his name. He
has shown particular interest in the
Canal Zone College and has visited
it and spoken to its students on
several occasions.
The Dorothy Moody Prize was
established by Dr. Moody, who came
to the Zone when the Canal Zone
College opened its doors in 1933.
Until her retirement, Dr. Moody was
chairman of the College's English-
Speech-Drama Department. Until
her recent death, she was a Professor
of English at Heidelberg College in
Tiffin, Ohio.

Mrs. Gay L. Konnagan, Canal Zone
College graduate who received the
Thatcher Medal.

Boat Skippers,

Know Your Buoys
Buoys are the road signs of the
waterways. For the small boat skip-
per, knowing what they mean can
often spell the difference between a
fun-filled day of cruising and running
aground on a sand bar.
During National Safe Boating
Week-July 3 to 9-small boat owners
are urged to memorize the types of
buoys and what they mean.
Here's a brief rundown: Entering
a channel or river from open water,
buoys on the right (starboard) are
painted red and even numbered from
the mouth. Buoys on the left (port)
side of the channel are painted black
with odd numbers. Stay between red
and black buoys and keep to the
right of the channel.

I .

June 17, 1966



By Eleanor Burnham

The Fatal Impact by Alan Moore-
head uses the three long 18th cen-
tury South Pacific voyages of Capt.
James Cock as the basis for a fine
historical narrative. Moorehead pro-
vides even more than a straight

Swim Meet

To Be Held

July 4th

The Tenth Annual Elks 4th of
July Swim Meet will be held at the
Balboa pool at 1 p.m. Entry forms
are available at the Balboa, Coco
Solo, and Gatun swimming pools and
all entries must be returned to the
Balboa pool no later than June 27.
This meet is open to dependents
of U.S. citizens with Canal com-
missary privileges, students attending
U.S. schools in the Canal Zone, and
dependents of members of the U.S.
Armed Forces.
The meet is sponsored by the
Balboa Elks Lodge No. 1414 and is
run in cooperation with the Division
of Schools. Trophies will be awarded
to the first place winners and medals
to second and third place com-
Following is a complete list of
25 yards freestyle 7 and under
25 yards freestyle 8-year old
50 yards freestyle 9- and 10-year
50 yards freestyle 11- and 12-
year old
50 yards freestyle 13- and 14-
year old
100 yards freestyle 15- and 16-
year old
100 yards freestyle unlimited
50 yards breaststroke 10 and
50 yards breaststroke 11- and
12-year old
50 yards breaststroke 13- and
14-year old
100 yards breaststroke unlimited
50 yards butterfly 10 and under
50 yards butterfly 11- and 12-
year old
50 yards butterfly 13- and 14-
year old
100 yards butterfly unlimited
50 yards backstroke 8 and under
50 yards backstroke 9- and 10-
year old
50 yards backstroke 11- and 12-
year old
100 yards backstroke 13- and 14-
year old
100 yards backstroke unlimited
200 yards individual medley 11-
and 12-year old
200 yards individual medley 13-
and 14-year old
200 yards individual medley un-

CZC Classes

Begin Monday

The Canal Zone College summer
session will begin Monday, June 20,
with classes meeting Monday through
Thursday. June 27 is the last day for
late registration and course changes.
Students who have not previously
attended a college should request a
copy of their high school transcript
be forwarded.
Students now attending college
should have a letter sent to the
Summer School Director authorizing
their attendance in the summer
session for transfer credit.
Registration materials and infor-
mation on prerequisite requirements
may be obtained from the college
office. The maximum credit load per-
mitted during the summer session
will be 8 semester credits.

I --3

account however-he goes behind the
facts to describe the life in the places
where Captain Cook visited and
traces the results of European contact
on the natives themselves. This book
will fascinate Moorehead fans (The
Blue Nile, The White Nile); will stir
armchair travellers and stimulate
those interested in history.
Rebecca's Daughters by the late
Dylan Thomas is a delightful short
novel of Wales in the mid-1840's.
The story was designed to be used as
a screenplay and then written in the
form of a novel. According to its
editor one of Dylan Thomas' ambi-
tions was that of "writing a complete
film scenario ready for shooting,
which would give the ordinary reader
an absolute visual impression of the
film in words and could be published
as a new form of literature." Thus
the magic of this light little story is
found not only in its drama, char-
acterization and in word selection,
but in it's visual imagery.
For summer reading: Science fic-
tion at its most horrifying best in
The Terror by John Creasey. Dr.
Palfrey, the tough-minded director of
Z5 is involved in an international
conspiracy of great proportions. In
The Ring of Truth by George
Harmon Coxe a murder brings Dr.
Paul Standish, the city medical exam-
iner, into a community-wide affair.
Despite his skill and cunning Stand-
ish finds his own life in danger before
he solves the problem. Coxe is past
president of the Mystery Writers of
America and winner of its Grand
Master Award in 1964. This latest
who-dun-it will not let you down.
The 15th series of The Best from
Fantasy and Science Fiction, edited
by Edward L. Ferman includes a
good mixture of mystery, S.F., and
just plain thrillers. Eyes Do More
Than See, by Isaac Asimov and many
other of these stories are written by
masters in their fields.




6 (3



Guests of Canal Zone Credit Union tour Miraflores Locks-from left: Robert Van Wagner of Hendersonville, N.C.,
retired Panama Canal employee, who now is U.S. representative of the Canal Zone Credit Union; Charles L.
Bursik of Staten Island, N.Y., senior vice president, Standard & Poor, New York City, investment counselors;
George C. Baron, senior partner of Booth, Baron & Doppelt, New York City legal counselor; Lionel Ewing of
the Canal's Navigation Division, vice president of the Canal Zone Credit Union; Benjamin S. Chisholm of the
Panama Canal's Office of the Comptroller, president of the Canal Zone Credit Union; and R. J. Byrne, supervisor,
Canal Zone Guide Service. The first three from the left have been retained by the Canal Zone Credit Union
to organize an investment company for the membership.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
June 18, 1966
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat., 2:30, 6:15, 7:50 p.m.-Incredible
Sun., 2:30 6:15, 8:30 p.m.-Mon., 7:30
p.m. -Moon Spinners
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Irma La Douce
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-How To Stuff
A Wild Bikini
Fri., 7:00 p.m.-On Stage: The Herald
Trio-and on the Screen: Six Gun Law
Sat.-The Royal Ballet
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Jack And
The Beanstalk
Sun.-Mon.-The Singing Nun
Tues. --Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow
Wed.-The Lion
Thurs.-The Quick Gun

(Schedule subject to change without notice)


1:00-Chapel of the Air
1:30-Sacred Heart
1:45-Parade of Sports:
Major League baseball
4:15-Sunday Playhouse:
"Assigned To Danger"
5:20-Airman's World
5:35-Ted Mack
6:30-Where The Action Is
6:55-Telenews Weekly Newsreel
7:05-My Favorite Martian
7:30-Official Detective
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Ed Sullivan
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Sammy Davis, Jr., Show
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Social Security In Action
10:30-Science Report
10:45-The Christophers



SCN Afternoon News
Afternoon (Cont.)
History of the U.S. Navy
It's A Wonderful World
SCN News In Spanish
I've Got A Secret
Andy Griffith
SCN News
Red Skelton
SCN News
SCN Special of the Week:
"Sammy Davis and Friends"
Focus on Today
Monday Night Movie:
"The Ships That Died
Of Shame"

5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Focus on America
6:30-Changing Congress
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Alumni Fun
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-SCN News
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Film Festival:
"Good Sam"


5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)


SCN News In Spanish
To Tell the Truth
Assignment Underwater
SCN News
Wednesday Night at the Movies:
"Captain From Castile"
-SCN Open House


5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
6:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-College Bowl
7:30-TheThird Man
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Talent Scouts
9:00-SCN News
9:05-The Lieutenant
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Armchair Theatre:
"The Bullfighters"



-SCN Afternoon News
-Afternoon (Cont.)
-Man In Space
-Bobby Lord Show
-SCN News In Spanish
-"What's My Line?"
-Bob Cummings Show
-SCN News
-Danny Kaye Show
-SCN News
-Paragon Playhouse
-Focus on Today
-Friday Night Movie:
"Jane Eyre"


1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:15-Felix, Crusader, Mack
and Myor
2:00-"Captain Kangaroo"
3 :15-Saturday Playhouse:
"The Ship That Died Of
4:35-Wonderful World of Golf
5:30-This Is the Life
6:00-Weekend '66
6:30-Salute to the States:
6:50-Greatest Fights of the Century
7:00-Battle Line
7:52-Faded Flicks: "Great Guy"
9:05-Lawrence Welk Show
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-The Tonight Show

Fri.-Hercules vs. The Mongols
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-F.B.I.
Code 98
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-To Hell And Back
Sun.-The Lion
Tues.-The Cardinal
Wed.-Ye,sterday, Today, And Tomorow
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-The Singing Nun
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
The Rare Breed
Mon.-Gidget Goes Hawaiian
Tues.-Wed.-I'll Take Sweden
Thurs.-On Stage: The Herald Trio
followed by The T.A.M.I. Show
Fri.-Incredible Journey

Sat.-The Silver Chalice
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-
The Greatest Story Ever Told
Tues.-So Big
Wed.-The Sea Chase
Thurs.-Battle Of The Villa Florita
Fri.-To Hell And Back
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Two
Tickets To Paris

Sat.-Five Pennies
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 p.m.-Jamboree
Sun.-Lady L
Tues.-Battle Of The Villa Florita
Thurs.-The Royal Ballet
Fri.-The Sea Chase

Special Matinees
-All Films AYC-

Saturday, June 18, 1966

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Let's Rock-Julius La Rosa, Phyllis New-
man: This musical entertainment tells
the story of a successful ballad singer
who refuses to record rock and roll songs.
T-85 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
State Fair-Pat Boone, Alice Faye: Here is
beauty, and warmth, woven into some-
thing that gladdens the heart. (Scope
and Color.) T-125 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Goodbye My Lady-Walter Brennan:
A heart warming story of a growing boy
and his strong attachment for his dog.
T-105 mins.

6:15 p.m.
Shoot-Out At Medicine Bend-Randolph
Scott, James Craig: Homesteaders and
Quakers against the crooks and together
they clean up the town.
2:00 p.m.
Night Passage-James Stewart, Audie Mur-
phy: Brother against brother in a thrill-
ing tale of the railroad-building West.
(Scope and Color.) T-100 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Tarzan, The Magnificent-Gordon Scott.
Jock Mahoney: Stupendous excitement
thrill after thrill . filmed in the
equator. (Color.) T-95 mins.
*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subhjct to change
without notice.

Material intended for publica-
tion in THE SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent material
can be received and processed
for use the same week as late
as noon Tuesday. Mail material
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.




Noel Farnsworth

Ralph E. Harvey

William D. McArthur


Jaime E. Smith

Thomas W. Grimison
Richard Potter
Emilio E. Wong

Jimmy R. Adams
Felipi Cazab6n
Richard Matthews
Pauline Peralta

official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balhoa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained in it are
made available to all interested news
media for whatever use they may wish
to make of them and may be reprinted
without official clearance.
Governor of the Canal Zone
Lieutenant Governor
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should he delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Distributed free to all Panama Canal
employees. Subscription cost for others
(including mailing) $2.60 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Com-
pany and address to- SSPI.LWAYv Sub-
scriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Page 2

June 17, 1966


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Wat M. Jenkins, left, Cristina W. Collins and Robert R. Boyer of Balboa
High School.

CZ Students to Study

In U.S. This Summer

Three Balboa High School stu-
dents, and one Cristobal High School
student will study in the United
States during the summer vacation of
the Canal Zone U.S. Schools.
Wat M. Jenkins of Balboa High
School, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
M. Jenkins of Los Rios, will attend
a National Science Foundation work-
shop in chemistry and physics at the
University of Tennessee June 13
through July 23. The morning hours
will be devoted to lectures, lecture
demonstrations, and group discus-
sions. In the afternoons there will be
experimentation and research in
chemistry and physics laboratories.
Each participant will select an area
of interest for outside reading and
study, and during the last week each
student will present a 40-minute lec-
ture on his chosen subject. Wat's
fathers is Chief, Internal Audit
Branch, Comptroller's Office, and his
mother is a teacher in the Balboa
Elementary School.
Cristina Wyss Collins of Balboa
High School, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Winter D. Collins of Diablo
Heights, will attend an American
Freedom Summer Institute at Wash-
ington University, St. Louis, Mo. The
course she will take is a study of
contemporary democracy. Cristina's
father is Personnel Staffing Specialist
in the Panama Canal's Central Em-
ployment Agency, and her mother is
a teacher at the Diablo Heights
Elementary School.
Robert R. Boyer of Balboa High

Swim Classes

Start June 23
The 1966 Summer Swimming
Program at the Balboa Swimming
Pool will get underway next week
with classes starting June 23. Parents
who wish their children to participate
in this Year's program must register
them at the pool from June 20 to
June 22. All children attending Canal
Zone U.S. schools may take part in
the program. No fees will be charged.
There are classes for all ages and
categories-from kindergarten and
preschool beginners to junior and
senior lifesaving and advanced adults.


Pamela Maedl
Cristobal High School

School, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. Boyer of La Boca will attend a
National Science Foundation course
in Biological Sciences at the Uni-
versity of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. During
the summer he will work as an assist-
ant to a senior investigator on a
research program and participate in
seminars with other students working
as assistant. Robert's father is lead
foreman, Central Office repairman of
the Panama Canal Electrical Division.
Pamela Maedl of Cristobal High
School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl F. Maedl of Coco Solo, will
attend a National Science Founda-
tion Computer and Applied Mathe-
matics Program at the University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. The
course will cover the mathematical
content of the 12th grade course and
in addition there will be major em-
phasis on the relation of mathematics
to problems in the natural and social
sciences using computer methods.
Pamela's father is Principal of Cris-
tobal Junior-Senior High School and
her mother is a Grade 7 English

Students Must Report

To Summer Schools
All students who enrolled in the
Canal Zone U.S. Schools Summer
School are to report to the appro-
priate summer school center before
8:00 a.m., Monday, June 20. Sched-
ules will be posted in the centers
showing class lists, times for the
various classes and location of the
The summer school centers are:
Atlantic elementary and secondary-
Margarita Elementary School; Pacif-
ic elementary-Balboa Elementary
School; Pacific secondary-Balboa
High School.

More Blood Donors

Join "Gallon Club"

CZC Teachers

Are Honored

At Luncheon
Five Canal Zone College faculty
members, who are leaving the Col-
lege for teaching positions or for
advanced graduate study in the
United States, were guests of honor
at the annual commencement lunch-
eon of the Canal Zone College chap-
ter of the American Association of
University Professors at the Tivoli
Guest House. The five honored were
Dr. James Johnson, head of the
language department; Dr. Fred
Wing, instructor in English; Dr.
Robert Kennedy, instructor in music;
Irvin Lesser, instructor in business;
and David Swehla, instructor in
Dr. Johnson has accepted a posi-
tion on the foreign language staff of
the Louisiana State University, New
Orleans campus. Dr. Wing will re-
turn to the campus of Colorado State
College, Greeley, for graduate study
in English. Dr. Kennedy is going to
Jacksonville, Fla., where he will head
the music program of a new com-
munity college. Irvin Lesser will re-
turn to the Business Department of
the University of Miami at Coral
Gables, Fla., and David Swehla will
do further graduate study in chemis-
try at Portland State College, Oreg.
The assembled faculty was briefly
addressed by Dr. Donald Skinner,
Dean of Canal Zone College, and by
Loring White, president of the local
chapter of the American Association
of University Professors who ex-
tended their best wishes to the
departing faculty members.
(See photo below.)

Nursery Center

Director Needed
The Board of Directors is accept-
ing applications for the position of
Teacher-Director for the Rainbow
City Nursery Center to be inaugu-
rated shortly. All interested persons
are requested to telephone 4-130 and
contact Miss Wattley or 3-2448 and
get in touch with Miss Jordan for
further information concerning re-
quirements for filling this position,
salary, and other pertinent data.
The Rainbow City Nursery Center
is expected to commence operation
in the near future. Arrangements
have already been completed regard-
ing location and other material facili-
ties. It is anticipated that the com-
munity will be greatly benefited by
this project.

Forty Pacific side employees and
residents, who have given 328 pints
of blood, were awarded membership
in the Gorgas Hospital Blood Bank
"Gallon Club" by Col. Roosevelt
Cafarelli, Health Bureau Director, at
a ceremony in the Governor's Board
Room in the Administration Building
on June 10.
Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Deputy
Personnel Director, greeted the
donors and members of the Canal
Zone Health Bureau present and in-
troduced Col. Harry D. Offutt, Jr.,
Director of Gorgas Hospital, who
gave the Message from Gorgas Hos-
pital. Colonel Offutt thanked the
members of the "Gallon Club" for
their generous support in the Blood
Bank Program and commended them
for donating a gallon or more of their
blood. Dr. Paolucci also gave special
recognition to the volunteers who
serve in the Blood Bank Donors
Also present at the award ceremony
was William T. Gaudy, Assistant Di-
rector of Gorgas Hospital, and Mrs.
Dorothy Hadstate, nurse in charge
of the Gorgas Hospital Blood Bank
and the person who has had a most
important roll in the success of the

New Inspector

Is Named for

Sanitation Div.
Claude Allen, a new member of
the Panama Canal's Division of Sani-
tation, has been assigned as sanita-
tion inspector in the Northern Sani-
tation Area on the Atlantic side of
the Isthmus.
Allen is a native of Kansas, where
he completed his schooling at
Wichita University, Wichita, Kans.,
with a B.A. degree in zoology in
1960. He worked a total of 3 years
with the Wichita City County Health
Department and with the Los An-
geles City Health Department, Cal-
ifornia. While in California he passed
the State registration examinations to
become a registered sanitarian.
Next, in Hawaii, he worked with
the Fish and Wild Game unit of the
Federal Government, later transfer-
ring to Florida. He had started on
the project involving the Aedes
aegypti, the yellow fever carrier, mos-
quito eradication program in South
Carolina when he saw a Canal Zone
advertisement in a professional
journal, applied for a position, and
was accepted.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen and their
young son are making their home in

Honored at Farewell Luncheon-From left: David Swehla, Irvin Lesser, Dr. James Johnson, Dr. Fred Wing, and
Dr. Robert Kennedy.

Page 3

Colonel Offutt gave a brief history
of blood, from its use as a beverage
to give vitality in ancient times, the
failure of crude transfusions per-
formed in the middle ages, to the
successful typing of blood and the
use of transfusions as one of the most
important therapeutic agents in
modern medicine.
Colonel Cafarelli expressed his
gratitude to the blood donors and
presented each one a Gorgas-Coco
Solo Blood Bank "Gallon Club"
medallion as a symbolic expression of
appreciation from Gorgas Hospital
and the Pacific side community.
The medallion is a beautiful nickel-
silver disk, attached to a key chain.
On one side is a reproduction of a
square-rigged sailing ship transiting
Gaillard Cut. On the reverse side are
engraved the name of the donor, his
blood type, and the contribution the
donor has made.
Volunteers Joan Belden, Mary
Doolan, Violet Deakins, and Dolores
Luekens also received medallions.
Mrs. Headstate, who since 1959,
has been the heart and motivating
force of the Gorgas Hospital Blood
Bank, originated the idea and design
of the medallion. She is the one doc-
tors depend on to supply the blood
their patients need.
The Gorgas Blood Bank is a com-
munity project of the civilian and
military employees and residents of
the Canal Zone. It provides all the
blood needed for patients at Gorgas
Hospital-2,100 pints used last year-
free of charge.
All employees and residents of the
Canal Zone are invited to join the
"Gallon Club." Any healthy person
between the ages of 18 and 61 years
of age can safely give a pint of blood
every 75 to 90 days.
Four of the "Gallon Club" mem-
bers are women. They are: Irene G.
Bridges, Gorgas Hospital; Elizabeth
I. Brown, Gorgas Hospital; Frederica
Chase, civilian dependent; Jane
Jones, Army military dependent.
Dr. Frank P. Smith, Gorgas Hos-
pital, tops the list of donors by
replenishing the Blood Bank with 16
pints of blood.
Other "Gallon Club" members and
(Continued on p. 4)

Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks -------. 1,409
Gatun Locks .-_- ------ --- 294
Las Cruces,
partial transits, 4 --- 340
Reina Manuelita,
partial transits, 3 73
Summit Gardens visitors 323
Contractors Hill visitors _ 6
Museum visitors ._.--____- 64
Grand total..____. 2,509


June 17, 1966

Gold Safety Awards

Are Presented to 12
Four separate types of safety Palmer; Oswald Heron; Otilio Del-
awards were presented recently by gado; Orles J. Bush; Fitzhubert Rose;
Marine Director Capt. Mortimer J. Gasford J. Clarke; John Harriott;
Prince to 235 individuals and groups Dauford Small; William K. Price;
employed by the Marine Bureau. Vincent L. Belgrave; Mois6s Ortiz;
Captain Prince commended the Winston E. DaCosta; C. Santamaria;
employees for their outstanding con- Russell B. Barrow; William G.
tribution to safe work performance Atcheson; Arsenio Y. Bonilla; Wil-
in the Marine Bureau and reminded lesty Mitchell; Arthur C. Cherry;
them that, "in accident prevention Frank McGilberry; Carl C. Chansue;
every man is his brother's keeper." Kenneth S. Roscoe; Fitz H. Harding;
Twelve persons received gold keys Eugenio Prescott; James Harris;
for 30 years of service without a Stanley A. Jackson; Martin R. Con-
disabling injury and 92 employees nolly; Jos6 A. Phillips; Alberto
were given silver keys for 20 years of Hawkins; Evaristo Mel6ndez; Alfred
service without disabling injuries. G. Mullennax; Mauricio Cafias; Isi-
Supervisory award certificates went dro Martinez; Cyrus W. Field.
to those having no disabling injuries Supervisory safety awards went to:
within their groups in 1965 and 40 Burton E. Davis; Burton L. Powell;
unit award certificates were pres- Anastacio Sogandares; Rex V. Sel-
ented for group safety. lens; Robert W. King; David H.
Gold key winners were: Torrence Dare; Oliver H. Hendrickson; Merrill
E. Lord; Irving G. Hay; Ricardo T. Webster; Leslie W. Croft; John
Valencia; NicolAs Quintana; Al- M. Morrison; Hugh C. Christie; Clif-
phonso T. Fearon; Vincent W. Wat- ford S. Asbury; Kenneth L. Middle-
son; John E. Erickson; Cecil 0. ton; Harry F. Willenbrock; Donald
Brooks; Jos6 Martinez; Archibald G. P. Hutchison; John A. Dombrowsky;
Lewis; Thomas J. Pimiento; and William S. McKee; James M. Zels-
Walter G. Brown. man; Fred F. Schwartz; George C.
Silver key recipients were: Howard Scheibe; Arthur J. O'Donnell; Lt.
R. Johnson; Rogelio Cafiizales; Lu James G. Slice; Richard W. Abell;
Yun Sing; Winston Thomas; Riley G6nova J. Gibbs; Emmett 0. Kier-
Brown; Jose Fuentes; D. R. Hen- nan; Donald H. Spencer; Rubin A.
ningham; William T. O'Connor; Joa- Britton; Adolfo Jim6nez; Arthur
quin Montoto; Rafael V. Allegne; Heron; Henry Trotman; Woodrow E.
Woodrow L. Stephens; Santana P&- Markland; Carlos E. Ledezmas;
rez; Howard Richards; Arthur Heron; Jorge Barakat R.; Conrado Brown;
Enrique Alvarenga; Julio Musmano; Capt. Bernard J. Linden; Capt R. G.
David E. Stephenson; Benjamin Be- Mendenhall; Herbert Layne; Charles
nites; A. M. A. Bocaranda; Haddon Hazelwood; Eric B. Phillips; Matias
A. Wynter; Alfredo Torres; Carlos Moreno; James W. Allen; Herman
Alzamora; Adelaido G6mez; George Franklin; Amenejeid B. Williams;
C. Bannister; Ccrnelio Trotman; Edwin Lawrence; Jorge Goodrich;
Arnott B. Julien; Theophilus Drakes; Dudley Hinningham; Richard C.
Clarence Jacobson; Carlos Miranda; Sergeant; Robert E. Medinger; Cyril
Laurence Barca; Donald H. Spencer; V. Atherton; Capt. Ralph Curles;
Francisco Diaz; Ventura Romero; Capt. Lambert W. Kat; Capt. Sam
Jos6 A. Palacios; Frank L. Benson; Rowley; Capt. Thomas W. McGraw;
Gerald Burkett; Custodio Meneses; Capt. John T. Peterson; Capt. Harry
Eugene A. Davis; Alrick L. Nelson; T. Lacy; Capt. James W. Watson;
Jos6 M. Camargo; Glen E. Storm; Capt. Anthony J. Zablocki; Capt.
Reginald McBean; Alberto Caba- Dewey E. Mann, Jr.; Capt. John G.
llero; Caleb A. Allen; Daniel B. Carlson; Capt. Normand J. Goulet;
Rambo; Daruley G. Rawlins; Laurie Capt. C. S. McCormack; Halstead C.
Clarke; K. L. Cumberbatch; Harold Hodgson; William E. Grant; Joseph
B. Cover; TomAs C. Amador; W. Riley; K. R. Shepherd; Caliman
Nathaniel V. Wilson; Felipe Santa- Bernard; Herman C. Lever; Herman
maria; Joseph 0. Jackman; Emanuel C. Hamilton; Carlos A. McNamee;
Gray; Victor I. Morales; George E. Marcelino Watler; Simon Morcillo;
Mitchell; Gregorio Borbua; Alfred Granville D. Downer; Alfred C.
Hewitt; David S. Henry; Joseph A.
More Blood Donors Gardner; H. V. Hutchinson; Wilfred
(Continued from p. 3) A. Alleyne; Gregory C. Edwards;
Sr Roberto F. Fisher; Eugene E. Ham-
where they work: Nathan Ashton, lin, Jr.; Capt. Maurice F. Dunn;
Supply Division; Frank Baldwin, Capt. John A. Henson; Capt. Harry
Public Information Officer; William B. Johnson; Capt. Theodore L.
Benny, Balboa Service Center; James Bailey; Capt. John M. Wheaton;
A. Brigman, Civil Defense Unit; Capt. Ralph E. Walker; Capt. Hen-
Glen H. Burdick, Electrical Division; ning J. Spilling; Capt. Irving Spector;
Clifford Bynoe, Dredging Division; Capt. Arthur C. Cherry; Capt. W. S.
Samuel Catlett, Air Force Civilian; Acheson; and Leonel E Mortimer.
Jack W. Clark, Grounds Mainte- Unit certificate awards: Engineer-
nance; Walter E. Colclasure, Spe- ing Section; Salvage and Diving Sec-
cification and Estimating Branch; tion; Design Section; Instrument Re-
Raymond A. Davidson, Locks Divi- pair Shop; Balboa Idle Plant; Shop
sion; James J. Fealey, Army Civilian; Maintenance and Toolroom; Pipe-
Charles C. Fears, Police Division; fitters and Helpers; Woodworkers
George T. Fitzgerald, Navigation Di- and Helpers; Painters and Laborers;
vision; William W. Hoyle, Customs Welders and Helpers; Blacksmith
Division; Cardinal Husband, Dredg- Shop; Shipfitters and Helpers;
ing Division; Adolph Kapinos, Police Foundry Workers; Sheetmetal Work-
Division; Hamilton H. Lavalas, ers and Helpers; Miraflores Control
School Division; Edwin McIlvaine, House Operators; Gatun Locks Paint-
Office of the Comptroller; Edwin R. ers; Pedro Miguel Locks Security
Malin, Electrical Division; James A. Force; Miraflores Locks Machinists;
Marchuck, Police Division; Samuel Pedro Miguel Locks Machinists;
W. Meyer, Postal Division; Harold J. Pedro Miguel Locks Electricians;
Million, Meteorological and Hydro- Pacific Locks Painters; Pedro Mi-
graphic Branch; Arthur Nygard, guel Toolroom Attendants; Miraflores
Army Civilian; George B. Palmer, Toolroom Attendants; Gatun Tool-
Supply Division; Harry E. Pearl, room Attendants; Pedro Miguel Con-
Surveys Branch; Peter S. Proback, trol House Operators; Gatun Locks
Police Division; Robert L. Ridge, Control House Operators; Balboa
Oil Handling Plant; William F. Pilots; Balboa Boarding Officers;
Robinson, Supply Division; Douglas Docking and Undocking Foremen;
C. Schmidt, Water and Laboratory Balboa Launch Operations; Balboa
Branch; Robert L. Snyder, Postal Utility Men; Tug U.S. Gatun Crew;
Division; Alfred J. Waldorf, Mainte- Tug U.S. Arraijan Crew; Tug U.S.
nance Division; Theophilus Wells, Wallace Crew; Tug U.S. Gorgona
Gorgas Hospital; Vernon Whitehead, Crew; Cristobal Pilots; Cristobal
Navigation Division; William S. Boarding Officers; Docking and Un-
Wigg, Administrative Division; and docking Foremen; Tug Crews, U.S.
Marion Woodruff, Locks Division. Goethals.

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New Officers
Are Installed

By DeMolay
Darwin M. Pope was installed as
Master Councilor of Atlantic Chapter,
Order of DeMolay, at a public in-
stallation ceremony recently at the
Catun Masonic Temple.
Kenneth Bernstein, outgoing Mas-
ter Councilor of the Chapter con-
ducted the ceremony. He was assisted
by Darwin E. Pope, father of the
new Master Councilor, who installed
his son, and by other senior and
junior officials.
Those named to serve with Darwin
were: Lou Hilzinger, Senior Coun-
cilor, and Kenneth Carden, Junior
Councilor; Larre Robertson, Scribe;
Delaplaine Waddell III, Senior
Deacon; Ernest Faris, Jr., Junior
Deacon; Kenneth Clark, Senior
Steward; Haleron Wade, Junior
Steward; John D. McLain, Chaplain;
Arthur Weiselogel, Almoner; Keith
Wrenn, Marshal; Harry Jones, Stand-
ard Bearer; Charles Pritham, Orator;
Brian Plaisance, Harry Carey, Clif-
ford Nieves, Chester Klunick, Jr.,
Marvin Scott, William Baldwin, and
Donald Bensen as Preceptors; and
Charles Denany, Sentinel.
Following the installation of the
officers, the traditional "DeMolay
Flower Talk" was presented by
Robert T. Thomas, Jr., PMC and
newly elected Chevalier. The Chap-
ter was then turned over to the
Chevalier Degree Team for the con-
ferring of the Chevalier Degree on
DeMolay Merit Bars were pres-
ented by Ernest E. Faris, Chapter
Advisor to the following members:
Chapter Attendance Bars to Kenneth
Carden, Robert T. Thomas, Jr., Wil-
liam J. Montgomery, and Delaplaine
A. Waddell III; Church Attendance
Bar to Ernest E. Faris, Jr.; and Ritual
Bar to Darwin M. Pope.
Special guests for the evening were
the officers of Cristobal Assembly
No. 2, Order of the Rainbow for Girls
and Miss Mary Pope, Atlantic Chap-
ter DeMolay Sweetheart for 1966.

Camp Chagres

Opens Sunday
More than 120 boy scouts have
signed up for the first session at
Camp Chagres which begins Sunday,
June 19. Almost as many have signed
up for the second session which
begins the following week.
Check-in time each Sunday is
between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. All
scouts are reminded that they must
turn in the results of their physical
examinations as they check in.

-IA special plane will leave Tocu-
men Airport Friday, July 15, at 7
a.m., and will arrive in Medellin at
8:30 a.m. Golf clubs will be taken
directly to the club while the group
.goes to the hotel to check in and
Saturday, July 16, the first round
will be played; Sunday, the second
round; and Monday, the third round.
The final round will be played Tues-
day and prizes will be awarded that
evening at a party in the Clubhouse.
Wednesday will be a free day until
the bus leaves the hotel at 3 p.m. for
,the airport. The plane will depart at
,' 4 p.m. and arrive in Tocumen Airport
at 5:30 p.m.
2The championship flight is played
, scratch for handicaps 1-5. Other
flights will be grouped by handicap
and played NET.
Handicaps and entry fees will be
forwarded to Medellin Saturday,
July 2, the cut-off date. Further in-
The Herald Trio-From left, Richard Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry formation may be obtained from
T. Carpenter of Margarita, John Logan, and Dennis Ray, folk singing to Gordon Dalonn, Balboa 4632 or
from the University of Tennessee, will perform at the Coco Solo Theater Gordon Dalton, Balboa 4632 or
on June 23 and Balboa Theater, June 24, both performances at 7 p.m. Panama 5-1661.

Page 4

Isthmian JayCee Golf

Match Opens Tuesday
The stage is being set for the Isth- (except as modified by the JayCee
mian JayCee tournament, which Committee) in the 13 through 17
starts Tuesday, June 21, and con- age group.
tinues through Thursday, June 23. All play will be at the Panama
Jim DesLondes, of the Panama Golf Club. Caddy fees will be $3
Amateur Golf Association, said that for each 18 holes of play.
entry blanks have been distributed The four low-scoring boys in the
to all local golf clubs and that all 13 through 17 age group will form
boys desiring to enter the 1966 Isth- the 1966 Isthmian JayCee Golf
mian JayCee tourney should submit Team to represent the Isthmus of
their entries to their club professional Panama (Panama and the Canal
as soon as possible. Zone) at the National JayCee Golf
There will be two groups of Championship to be played at
players; those in the age group of Greensboro, N.C. The dates for
between 13 and 17 (and who will the International JayCee will be
not reach their 18th birthday by announced later.
August 15) and those in an age The four-boy team will make the
group under 13. trip to Greensboro and return at no
The 1966 Isthmian JayCee Golf personal expense. All expenses of the
Championship, like those preceding trip will be paid by the Panama
it, will be of 54 holes of play, under Amateur Golf Association through its
the rules of the U.S. Golf Association many sponsors, which include the
Panama Golf Club and local mer-
S* chants and individuals interested in
H erald T rio local youth. In previous years, the
teams have enjoyed stopover practice
R return to rounds in Florida versus local Florida
junior teams, and it is anticipated
that this will be arranged for the
Canal Zone 1966 team.
Tee-off time for all players in the
eIf you didn't see the Herald Tro 13 through 17 age group will be at
when it was here last year you have 8:00 a.m. on all 3 days of play. Trans-
another opportunity to see this folk portation will be arranged to and
singing trio from the University of from the Panama Golf Club by the
Tennessee. JayCee Committee and details will
The Herald Trio-Richard Carpen- be announced.
ter, John Logan, and Dennis Ray, A buffet will be served at the Pan-
all University of Tennessee juniors, ama Golf Club for all players, spon-
will perform at the Coco Solo sors, and committee members after
Theater Thursday, June 23, and at the completion of the JayCee tourna-
the Balboa Theater, Friday, June 24. ment on Thursday, June 23.
Richard Carpenter, son of Mr. and As it has for many years, the BPO
Mrs. Henry T. Carpenter of Mar- Elks, Lodge No. 1414 of Balboa will
garita, John Logan and Dennis Ray, donate the trophy awards to be made
met as strangers in a student jam- to the winners and runners-up in the
session. Now, 2 years later, they are Championship Flight of play, and
hitting the high spots entertaining each successive flight. All contestants
around the country and earning extra in both the 13 through 17 age group
money for school. and the "Pee Wee" group will re-
The trio was here last year and ceive a prize, through the courtesy,
performed on both sides of the Isth- of the many sponsors of the JayCee
mus at Coco Solo and Balboa Tournament.
Theaters and then sailed on the All players desiring to enter the
SS Cristobal "College Special" enter- tournament are again requested to
training the passengers during the trip register with their individual club
to the United States September 1965. professional not later than Saturday,
The Herald Trio performances are June 18. Forms for registration are
scheduled for 7 p.m. at both theaters at the clubs and should be made out
and will be presented with the and turned in to the club pro who
regularly scheduled motion picture. will insure that entry is made in the
There will be no increase in tourney.
admission price.
The trio will leave for the States
early in July to join Fred Waring and Golfers Plan
his band at the Fred Waring
Shawnee Inn, in Shawnee, Pa., for T10 Com pete
4 to 5 weeks. In Colombia

St ..... .... A special flight will take com-
S -. petitors from Panama and the Canal
... Zone to the Rodeo Golf Club Open
S---Tournament in Medellin, Colombia,
SJuly 15-20, on a schedule which will
"-- permit participation in the event with
S-- a minimum of leave of absence from


Vol. IV, No. 52 Mas de 50 Aos de Servici liwal Viernes 17 de Junio de 1966

Vol. IV, No. 52 Mas de 50 Aios de Servicios Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 17 de Junio de 1966

Adele Chue y la Sra. Gay Konnagan

Ganaron Premios en U. de la Zona

Se les brind6 un almuerzo de despedida. Desde la izquierda: David Swehla, Irvin Lesser, Dr. James Johnso
Dr. Fred Wing y Dr. Robert Kennedy.

Semana de Seguridad en el Agua

De Gran Interes

Sera del 3 al 9 del Mes de Julio Para los Duenos

La semana que se inicia el 3 de julio ha sido designada Semana de
Seguridad en el Agua, por el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal Robert J.
Fleming, Jr., obedeciendo una proclama del Presidente Lyndon B. Johnson.
El Gobernador Fleming sefial6 que los paseos en bote son pasatiempo
popular en la Zona del Canal e hizo hincapio en que la responsabilidad es
la base de la seguridad al gozar de ese deported. Para hacer que ese deported
siempre sea un Placerr", dijo el Gobernador, deben seguirse todas las reglas
de seguridad.
H6 aqui el texto de la proclama del Presidente Johnson:
El viaje en bote de la familiar se ha convertido en algo tan comin en
los Estados Unidos como la merienda familiar. Constituye un profundo
testimonio que refuerza nuestro sistema de vida y demuestra las opor-
tunidades de nuestra prosperidad, al extreme que este pasatiempo, en
tiempos pasados privilegio de pocos, es practicado ahora por millones de
families de todos los niveles.
Sin embargo, con el aumento siempre creciente del trafico por nuestras
vias acuAticas, es vital hacer toda clase de esfuerzos para que los paseos
en bote, a la vez que estimulantes, sean seguros. El conocimiento y la
puesta en prActica de los principios de seguridad en este deported, pueden
hacerlo much mAs agradable y seguro.
Desde 1958, cuando el Congreso solicit por primera vez al Presidente
que proclamara anualmente la Semana Nacional de Seguridad en el Agua,
el aumento en los accidents de botes, ha sido controlado grandemente.
Este precedent puede ser mantenido y mejorado, s6lo si las organiza-
ciones de deportes acuAticos, las agencies Federales y Estatales, y la
industrial continuian sus esfuerzos para informar al publico sobre la
importancia de las prActicas de seguridad en el agua.
LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, design por este medio la
semana que comienza el 3 de julio de 1966, como la Semana de Seguridad
en el Agua.
Excito a todos los ciudadanos que usan nuestras vias acuaticas a que
reexaminen sus hAbitos en el manejo de los botes durante esta semana
y decidan que es lo que pueden hacer, individual y conjuntamente con
sus conciudadanos, para reducir los accidents y evitar la innecesaria
perdida de vidas en el agua.

Aumenta Trafico en

El Canal de Panama
A pesar de varias huelgas impor-
tantes que se han sucedido durante
el afio, el trAnsito de naves a trav6s
del Canal de PanamlA, durante el afio
fiscal que terminarA el 30 de junior,
muy probablemente sefialarA nuevas
Se espera que el neimero de barcos
de alto bordo supere, para el 20 de
junio, el total de 12.203 naves, marca
para todos los tiempos, impuesta al
final del pasado afio fiscal. Los regis-
tros de este afio sefialan un aumento
marcado en el uso del Canal por bar-
cos del Gobierno de Estados Unidos.
Estadisticas preliminares indican
que Aste serA un afio cumbre en lo
que respect a carga pasada a travys
del Canal, pues se espera que este
rengl6n exceda los 81.000.000 de to-
neladas largas, lo que sera unos
2 millones de toneladas largas miAs
que el afio pasado.
El aumento de carga de este afio
puede atribuirse al aumento en el
tamafio de los barcos comerciales que
usan el Canal y al aumento del tri-
fico a trav6s de la via, con direcci6n
al Vietnam.

Iran a Torneo de Golf

Jugadores de Panama

Y la Zona del Canal
Un vuelo especial llevarA a los
competidores de PanamA y la Zona
del Canal al Torneo Abierto del Club
de Golf Rodeo de Medellin, Colom-
bia, del 15 al 20 de julio, en un itine-
rario que les permitiri la participa-
ci6n en el event con un minimo de
ausencia de sus trabajos.
Este es el tercer afio que jugadores
del Istmo participan en este torneo.
Ninguno de PanamA ha podido ganar
alli un trofeo, pero este afio se hara
todo lo possible.
Un avi6n especial saldrA el viernes,
15 de julio a las 7 a.m., del Aero-
puerto de Tocumen, y llegarA a Me-
dellin a las 8:30 a.m. Los palos de
golf serAn llevados directamente al
club mientras los jugadores irAn al
hotel a registrarse y desempacar. Al
mediodia comenzarA una prActica.
El sAbado, 16 de julio, serA jugada
la primera vuelta; el domingo, la
segunda; el lunes, la tercera. La
vuelta final se jugarA el martes, y
ese dia en la tarde, en una fiesta que
se darA en la Casa Club se harA en-
trega de los premios. El mi6rcoles
serA dia libre hasta las 3 de la tarde
cuando saldrin los buses del hotel
hacia el aeropuerto. El avi6n saldrA
a las 4 p.m. y llegarA a Tocumen a
las 5:30 p.m.

De Botes Chicos
Las boyas son las sefiales de trAn-
sito de las vias acuAticas. Para un
capitAn de pequefia embarcaci6n, el
conocer lo que significant puede ser
frecuentemente la diferencia entire
un dia lleno de placer o el encallarse
en un banco de arena.
Durante la Semana Nacional de
Seguridad en el Agua-del 3 al 9 de
julio-se les exige a los propietarios
de pequefias embarcaciones que se
aprendan de memorial los diferentes
tipos de boyas y lo que ellas signi-
He aqui una breve ilustraci6n: Al
entrar a un canal o rio desde aguas
afuera, las boyas del lado derecho
(a estribor) estAn pintadas de rojo y
con numerous pares que comienzan en
la entrada. Las boyas del lado iz-
quierdo (a babor) de la via estAn
pintadas de negro con n6meros im-
pares. Mant6ngase entire las boyas
rojas y negras y del lado derecho de
la via.

La economic de la Republica de
PanamA recibi6 beneficios director
provenientes de la Zona del Canal,
durante el pasado afio calendario, por
un total de $105,529,000.
Esta suma incluye $49,963,000 que
representan las n6minas de emplea-
dos no ciudadanos de Estados Uni-
dos, que resident en la Repiblica de
PanamA, cuyos salaries son gastados
allia en concept de impuestos, aloja-
miento, alimentos, ropa y todos los
demAs gastos necesarios para el diario
Esa suma incluye las pensions por
incapacidad y las pensions de auxi-
lio que paga a panamefios la organi-
zaci6n del Canal y cheques pagados
a jubilados del servicio del Canal de
Panama y de otras agencies del Go-
bierno de Estados Unidos, localiza-
das en la Zona del Canal, pero que

La Srta. Adele Chue y la Sra. Gay
L. Konnagan, miembros de la gra-
duaci6n de 1966 de la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal, merecieron
recibir tres premios especiales en la
ceremonia de fin de afio acad6mico.
Fueron escogidas por una comisi6n
formada por profesores de la univer-
La Srta. Chue recibi6 el Premio
Dorothy Moody por su nota de Exce-
lencia en Estudios de Ingles, y el
honor de que su nombre sea inscrito
en la Placa del Cuadro de Honor de
la universidad. La Srta. Chue, de 20
afios, es hija de los esposos Wahyuck
Chue, de Col6n. Recibi6 el Premio
Dorothy Moody debido a sus sobre-
salientes logros en cursos de ingles
durante mAs de 2 afios de studios de
tiempo complete; el dinero es desti-
n, nado a la compra de libros propios
para una biblioteca pernnanente. El
nombre de la Srta. Chue serA inscrito
en la placa de bronce, destinada al
Cuadro de Honor de la Universidad,
que esti colocada a un lado de la
entrada principal. La placa fue do-
nada por la primera graduaci6n de
la universidad para que cada afio se

son distribuidos por la Embajada de
Estados Unidos en la Ciudad de
Representa las cantidades totales
de mercancias compradas y servicios
obtenidos en PanamA, por agencies
de Estados Unidos que operan en la
Zona del Canal; la compra de mer-
cancias por organizaciones privadas
que operan en la Zona del Canal; los
pagos hechos por contratistas por
mercancias y servicios en PanamA,
para proyectos llevados a ejecuci6n
en la Zona del Canal, y los gastos
hechos en PanamA por ciudadanos
estadounidenses y no estadouniden-
ses, que resident en la Zona del Canal.
Tambien incluye $1,930,000 paga-
dos a Panama por los Estados Unidos,
en concept de anualidad, de acuerdo
con el Tratado Rem6n-Eisenhower
de 1955.

fea Srta. Adele Chue, de la Ciudad
de Col6n, graduada de la Universi-
dad de la Zona del Canal en 1966,
recibi6 el Premio Dorothy Moody de
Ingles y, como la alumna que mAs
contribuy6 a la vida intellectual, espi-
ritual y extracurricular de la univer-
sidad, tuvo el honor de que su nom-
bre sea grabado en la placa de bronce
donde estA el Cuadro de Honor del

grabe en ella el nombre del estu- Diablo Heights, recibi6 la Medalla
diante graduando que haya contri- Thatcher, como la alumna mAs sobre-
buido mAs a la vida spiritual, inte- saliente en aprovechamiento y con-
lectual y extracurricular de la Uni- ducta. La medalla fue establecida por
versidad de la Zona del Canal. el Honorable Maurice-H. Thatcher,
La Sra. Konnagan, resident de Jefe del Departamento de Adminis-
traci6n Civil de ja Zona del Canal
de 1910 a 1913, en honor de su di-
funta esposa. Thatcher sirvi6 en el
Congress de los Estados Unidos y
durante toda su vida ha demostrado
un interns permanent en PanamA y
la Zona del Canal. La Carretera
---Thatcher y el puente sobre el Canal,
llevan su nombre. Se ha interesado
masespecialmente en la Universidad de
o la Zona del Canal, habisndola visi-
tado y dictado conferencias a los
alumnos en diversas ocasiones.
El Premio Dorothy Moody fue es-
tablecido por la Dra. Moody, quien
vino a la Zona del Canal cuando la
Preparatoria de la Universidad de la
S Zona del Canal abri6 sus puertas en
1933. Hasta su jubilaci6n, la Dra.
La Sra. Gay L. Konnagan, que reci- Moody fue Jefe del Departamento de
bi6 la Medalla Thatcher, por ser la Ingl6s, Drama y Elocuci6n en el
mAs sobresaliente en aprovechamien-
tomA sy condueta de today aproveh graduacei6n plantel. Hasta su muerte, que ocurri6
de 1966, reside en Diablo Heights y recientemente, era Profesora de In-
es casada con el Dr. Robert D. gl6s en la Universidad Heidelberg,
Konnagan. en Tiffin, Ohio.

Beneficios Financieros a la Economia de Panama

CAlculo de pagos hechos a PanamA procedentes de fuentes de la Zona del Canal durante los afios 1963, 1964, 1965.
1963 1964 1965

$45,055,000 $49,287,000 $53,454,000

11,797,000 12,686,000 14,438,000

11,327,000 9,332,000 9,250,000




$101,220,000 $96,293,000 $105,529,000

Nuevo Inspector Sanitario

En el Area del Atlantico
Claude Allen ha sido asignado
como inspector de sanidad del Area
Norte de Sanidad.
Allen naci6 en Kansas, donde hizo
todos sus studios, graduAndose en
la Universidad de Wichita, en Wichi-
ta, Kansas, de Licenciado en Zoolo-
gia, en 1960. Trabaj6 un total de
3 afios con el Departamento de Salu-
bridad del Condado de la Ciudad de
Wichita y con el Departamento de
Salubridad de la Ciudad de Los
Angeles, en California. Mientras es-
tuvo en California, aproh6 los exi-
menes estatales de registro y recibi6
el titulo dc perito en sanidad.

Pagos netos, inclusive pagos por jubilaci6n e invalidez a no ciuda-
danos de Estados Unidos residents en PanamA---______-
Compras directs hechas en PanamA por agencies del Gobierno de
Estados Unidos _---------__-__-----------------------_
Compras de mercancias en PanamA, hechas por organizaciones
privadas que operan en la Zona del Canal-- __ ___________
Compras en PanamA de contratistas, en concept de mercancias y
servicios para proyectos en la Zona del Canal---------------
Gastos hechos en Panama por residents de la Zona del Canal___
Anualidad de la Zona del Canal a la Republica de Panama ------
Totales_ ------------------- -------_


Junio 17, 1966


19-Dia del Padre.

23-25-Fiesta de San Juan en Divali, Concepci6n, Rio Grande, Aguadulce,
Llano SAnchez y Chagres.

24-Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista en Chitr6. Cabalgatas y carreras
tipicas de caballos en la Peninsula de Azuero.

28-29-San Pedro y San Pablo en Chupampa y Las Guias.



11:00- Documental
11:30-Johnny Quest
12:00- Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00-Cine en su Casa
4:00-Tarde de Toros
7:30--El Club de Mickey Mouse
8:00-Domingos Herdez
9:00-Historia del FBI
10:00- Teleteatro


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Dick Tracy
12:30- Noticias
1:00-Show dela Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00- La Hora Celanese
7:30- Expectaci6n
8:00- Un Largo y Ardiente Verano
9:30- La Caldera del Diablo
10:30- Boris Karloff Presenta


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Aventuras de Pinocho
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 Roblain
7:00- Pombo Pombo-Triqui Triqui
7:30-Los Monstruos
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:30- Programa Especial
10:30- Ajedrez Fatal


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Popeye el Marinero
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-Nueva Cita Musical
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30- Corte Marcial
9:30- La Caldera del Diablo
10:30- Suspenso


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00- El Poderoso H6rcules
12:30- Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportaies Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00-Exitos Musicales
7:30-Jesse James
8:00- Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia de Franklin D.
9:30-Media Hora con Machito
10:00- Noticias
10:30- El Barco mis Loco del Ejercito


11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-El Cegato Magoo
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:00- Inspector Ardilla
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
7:00- Estampas del Prado
7:30-Los Locos Adams
8:00- Combate
9:00-Suciio con Jennie
9:30-Peyton Place
10:30- Ben Casey


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Resumen de Cartones
12:30- Noticias
1:00- Programa Femenino
1:30- Tardes Filmicas
3:00-Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
7:00- El Show de Lucy
7:30- Disloquiando
q.00-Gran Teatro



9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00- Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Cdlebres
10:45- Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Coronel Flack
12:00-Repris6: Novela de las 5:30
2:00-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Teatro Fantastico
8:00- Cita con la Muerte
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00- Estreno Sorpresivo

11:45-Rev6lver a la Orden
12:15-Musica y Risas
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Tres Patines Show
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:30-Sonrisas Colgate
8:00- Lunes de Revl6n
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Doctores y las Enfermeras
11:00- Hombre de Mundo

11:45- Coronel Flack
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:30-Buscando Estrellas
3:30- Documental
4:00- Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:30- Estudio Pepsi
8:00- La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30--Perry Mason
11:00-El Agente Sentimental
11:45-La Ley del Rev6Iver
12:15--Misica y Risas
1:30-Para la Familia
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Tres Patines Show
6:55- Instantineas Sociales
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-Estrellas Palmolive
8:30- Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Dr. Kildare
11:00- Mike Hammer

11:45- Coronel Flack
12:15-Misica y Risas
1:30-Voces del Pueblo
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Picadillo Humoristico
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00- La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Jungla Humana
10:30- Noticias
11:00- Patrulla Fantasma

11:45-Rev6lver a la Orden
12:15-Mlsica y Risas
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30- Boite de Tres Patines
6:55- Instantineas Sociales
7:00- Noticias
7:30- Show de Van Dyke
8:00- Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30- Su Novela Favorita
9:00- Conflictos Humanos
9:30-El Santo
11:00-Viernes con Martinez Blanco

12:00- Lassie
12:30-De Interfs Para Usted
1:30-Repris6: Novela de la Tarde
3:45-Cine Hogar
5:30-Programa Especial
6:00-Reino Salvaje
6:30-El Superagente 86
7:30-Revista Musical
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
9:30- Los Intocables
10:30- Noticias
11:00-Pantalla CinematogrAfica

Viernes 17---
SIbado 18

Domingo 19_

Lunes 20 .__-

Martes 21___

Mi6rcoles 22

Jueves 23___

Viernes 24__.

En Su Pantalla___

Sergeant Rutledge and
Auntie Marne
Woman Of Straw
Woman Of Straw

For Those Who Think Young and
Doctor Blood's Coffin
Geronimo's Revenge


Sergeant Rutledge and
Auntie Marne

In Harm's Way
For Those Who Think Young and
Doctor Blood's Coffin
Geronimo's Revenge

F.B.I. Code 98

The Silver Chalice and
Crowded Sky

10 p.m.
The Prince Who Was A Thief
Robin And The Sven Hoods
and Cash McCall
Doctor No
Doctor No

The ThiefPOf Damascus

Gang War and
10 p.m.
Sink The Bismarck

Gente en la Noticia

.', ....

* I~-~

Noel I. Pilgrim, es reparador de mue-
bles en el taller de carpinteria de la
Division de Mantenimiento del Canal
de PanamA, en el Area Industrial de
Balboa. Tiene 30 afios de estar al
servicio del Canal de PanamA. Cuan-
do comenz6 a trabajar en la organi-
zaci6n tenia 22 afios. Naci6 en la
ciudad de PanamA, pero sus studios,
hasta Octavo Grado los hizo en la po-
blaci6n de La Boca. En la actualidad
reside en Pedro Miguel y pertenece
a la Iglesia Anglicana. Es miembro
prominent de la feligresia de la
Iglesia de San Pablo, en la Ciudad
de PanamA. Pertenece a varias aso-
ciaciones religiosas y profesionales.
Con orgullo dice: "He trabajado toda
mi vida con el Canal de Panamai".
Le preguntamos por sus pasatiempos
y nos dice que no puede pensar en
ellos pues siempre esta ocupado
haciendo alg6n trabajo que se nece-
sita en la casa o que necesita alguno
de sus amigos. "A prop6sito", dice,
"en Nuevo ArraijAn hay dos casas
que yo construe para dos amigos mios.
Los domingos descanso en mi casa",
dice muy seriamente, "ese dia lo hizo
el Senior para descansar y no hay
mejor lugar para ello que el hogar".
El Sr. Pilgrim es un enamorado del
Interior y de la bondad de su gente.
Durante el tiempo que dura nuestra
entrevista, apenas si el Sr. Pilgrim ha
dejado de trabajar. Es un hombre
callado, y sobre todo, muy trabajador.


Arundel A. Hall, es Subjefe Oficinista en el taller de pintura de la Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento, en Balboa. Tiene mAs de 30 afios de haber entrado al
servicio del Canal de PanamA. Es hombre que se distingue por su modo
jovial y atento de tratar a todas las personas que solicitan sus servicios. Lo
mismo dicen los miembros del personal que trabaja en el taller de pintura y
que estin bajo sus 6rdenes. Naci6 en el viejo poblado de Pedro Miguel, en
la Zona del Canal. Dice: "Era muy diferente a la bella poblaci6n, de cons-
trucci6n modern, que existe en la actualidad, pero los mejores recuerdos
de mi nifiez vienen de los afios que vivi alli". La escuela primaria la curs6
en la Escuela Rep6blica de M6xico y la secundaria, en La Boca y en el
Institute Nacional. Recuerda que en sus afios de institutor era compafiero
de los hijos del Coronel Barrios, duefio del Teatro Variedades en ese tiempo,
y por esa raz6n, frecuentemente podia entrar gratis al cine. Guarda muy
buenos recuerdos de uno de sus profesores de matemAticas: Don Crist6bal
AdAn de Urriola. "Era un hombre sumamente severe", dice, "pero creo que
fue el que mAs y mejor me ensefi6". El Sr. Hall es secretario de la Sociedad
de Beneficencia de San Pedro, de la Iglesia Anglicana de San Pablo, a cuya
comunidad pertenece. Es otro de los que se sienten orgullosos de trabajar
durante toda su vida con el Canal de PanamA. Su pasatiempo favorite es
coleccionar peces de colors y tiene un magnifico acuario. En los deportes,
cuando muchacho, practice el futbol, que le dej6 una cicatriz en la mano
izquierda. Para terminar nuestra entrevista, nos dice con una sonrisa: "Pero
ahora, lo que mAs me gusta es asistir a las ferias en el Interior. No me
pierdo una, desde La Chorrera hasta Chiriqui".

Pigina 2

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cronica
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.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de Panama. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
yendo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

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Junio 17, 1966


Cinco Miembros de la Facultad

Dejan Universidad de la Zona

Cinco miembros del claustro de
profesores de la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal, que se han separado
de sus posiciones en la Universidad
local para aceptar citedras o con-
tinuar studios avanzados de post-
grado en los Estados Unidos, fueron
invitados de honor en el almuerzo
annual de fin de afio acad6mico, que
tuvo el Capitulo de la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal de la Asocia-
ci6n Americana de Profesores de
Universidad, en la Casa de Hubspe-
des Tivoli. Los cinco honrados fue-
ron: el Dr. James Johnson, jefe del
departamento de idiomas; el Dr.
Fred Wing, instructor de inglIs; el
Dr. Robert Kennedy, instructor de
musica; Irvin Lesser, instructor de
comercio; y David Swehla, instructor
de quimica.
El Dr. Johnson ha aceptado una
posici6n en el departamento de idio-
mas extranjeros de la Universidad

del Estado de Louisiana, en Nueva
Orleans. El Dr. Wing regresarA a la
Universidad del Estado de Colorado,
en Greeley, para studios de post-
grado en ingl6s. El Dr. Kennedy va
a Jacksonville, Florida, en donde
dirigirA el program de m6sica de
una nueva universidad. Irvin Lesser
regresarA al Departamento Comercial
de la Universidad de Miami, en Coral
Gables, Florida, y David Swehla harA
studios superiores de postgrado en
quimica, en la Universidad Estatal de
Portland, en Oreg6n.
Los miembros del claustro de pro-
fesores presents en el almnuerzo es-
cucharon al Dr. Donald Skinner, De-
cano de la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal, y a Loring White, presi-
dente del capitulo local de la Aso-
ciaci6n Americana de Profesores de
Universidad, desear, en breves pala-
bras, la mejor de las suertes a los
profesores que se retiran.


Invitados de la Cooperativa de Credito de la Zona del Canal visitan las Esclusas de Miraflores. Desde la iz-
quierda: Robert Van Wagner, de Hendersonville Carolina del Norte, empleado jubilado del Canal de Panama,
que al present es representante de Estados Unidos en la Cooperativa de Credito de la Zona del Canal; Charles
L. Bursik de Staten Island, Nueva York, Primer Vicepresidente de Senior & Poor de la Ciudad de Nueva York,
consejeros de inversiones; George C. Baron, socio principal de Booth, Baron & Doppelt de Nueva York, conse-
jeros legales de la Mtnicipalidad de Nueva York; Lionel Ewing, de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n del Canal de
PanamA, vicepresidente de la Cooperativa de Cr6dito de la Zona del Canal; Benjamin S. Chisholm, de la Con-
traloria del Canal de PanamA, president de la Cooperativa de Credito de la Zona del Canal; y Robert J.
Byrne, Jefe del Servicio de Guias de la Zona del Canal. Los primeros tres han sido contratados por la
Cooperativa de Credito de la Zona del Canal para organizer una compafiia de inversiones para sus miembros.

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";,<"^- 1" ..*'" ; _. _

El Dr. Martin Moynihan, Director del Area Biol6gica de la Zona del Canal
de la Instituci6n Smithsoniana, observa una de las esculturas precolombinas
de los indios de PanamA encontradas en la region de Barriles (VolcAn), en
la Provincia de Chiriqui. Estas figures de piedra, reposan en el Museo
National de Panama.

Preparan Todo Rapidamente Para

El International JayCee de Golf

Se estAn dando los toques finales
al scenario del Torneo de Golf
JayCee del Istmo, que comenzarA el
martes 21 de junio y durarA hasta el
jueves 23. Jim DesLondes, de la Aso-
ciaci6n de Golf Amateur de PanamA,
dijo que los formularios de inscrip-
ci6n han sido distribuidos a todos los
clubes de golf locales y que todos
los muchachos que deseen participar
del Torneo JayCee del Istmo deben
entregar sus solicitudes a los profe-
sionales de su club, lo mas pronto
HabrA dos grupos de jugadores;
aquellos cuyas edades son de 13 a 17
afios ( y que no habrAn cumplido 18
afios para el 15 de agosto) y aquellos
que sean menores de 13 afios.
El Campeonato de Golf JayCee
del Istmo para 1966, al igual que los
anteriores, se jugarA en 54 hoyos,
siguiendo las reglas de la Asociaci6n
de Golf de Estados Unidos (con
excepci6n de las modificaciones ins-
tituidas por el Comit6 JayCee), en el
grupo de edades de 13 a 17 afios.
Todos los juegos tendrAn lugar en
el Club de Golf de PanamA. Se paga-
rA a los cargadores $3 por cada 18
hoyos de juego.
Los muchachos con las mejores
marcas, en el grupo de 13 a 17 afios,
formarin el Equipo JayCee del
Istmo, que rrepresentarA a Panam
y la Zona del Canal en el Campeo-
nato Nacional JayCee de Golf, que
tendrA verificativo en Greensboro,
Carolina del Norte. La fecha en que
tendrA lugar el Internacional JayCee
de Golf sera anunciada mas tarde.
El equipo de cuatro muchachos no
tendra que pagar sus pasajes de ida
y vuelta a Greensboro. Todos los
gastos del viaje serin pagados por
la Asociaci6n de Golf Amateur de
PanamA con la ayuda de sus muchos
patrocinadores, que incluyen al Club
de Golf de PanamA y hombres de
negocio y particulares interesados en
ayudar a la juventud. En afios ante-
riores, los equipos han gozado de
escalas para efectuar prActicas en

Florida, jugando contra equipos ju-
veniles de esa Area, y se espera poder
hacer los arreglos para que el equipo
de 1966 tambi6n tenga esta opor-
La hora de inicio de los juegos
para el grupo de 13 a 17 afios, serA
todos los 3 dias, a las 8:00 a.m. El
Comit6 JayCee harA todos los arre-
glos para transportarlos a y desde el
Club de Golf de PanamA. Los deta-
lles serAn anunciados oportunamente.
Al finalizar el torneo JayCee, el
jueves 23 de junior, se servirA un am-
big6 a los jugadores, patrocinadores
y miembros del comit6.
Lo mismo que en muchos afios
anteriores, la Logia BPO Elks
No. 1414, de Balboa donarA trofeos
para los primeros y segundos puestos
en la Serie de Campeonato y en cada
series consecutive. Todos los compe-
tidores en el grupo de los 13 a los
17 afios y en el grupo de los peque-
fios (Pee Wee), recibirAn su premio,
cortesia de los muchos patrocinadores
del Torneo Jay Cee.
Nuevamente se les solicita a todos
los jugadores que deseen participar
en el torneo que se inscriban con el
professional del club a que pertene-
cen, a mas tardar, el sAbado 18 de
junior. Los formularios de inscrip-
ci6n ya han sido repartidos a los
clubes y deberan llenarse y entregar-
se al professional del club quien se
asegurarA de que se haga la debida
inscripci6n para el torneo.

El Coati o Coatimundi, es muy
comdin en Panamd, donde es una
plaga en los gallineros, ya que se
come los pollos tiernos. En Panamd
se le conoce como Gato Solo. Pero
en las montafias del interior de la
Republica, se le conoce por dos nom-
bres: Gato Solo o Gato Manada. Ello
es porque este animal, cuando es
oven anda con todos los de su ca-
mada, a veces hasta de 15 animals.
Cuando se torna adulto, se vuelve
solitario y se le llama Gato Solo.




El Capitin Mortimer J. Prince, Director de Marina del Canal de PanamA, a la derecha, entrega a Torrence T.
Lord, empleado de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, la llave de oro y un certificado de premio de seguridad, por
haber trabajado durante 30 afios, sin tener les6n que le causara incapacidad. Desde la izquierda, Lord, el Capitin
Chester E. Briggs, Jefe de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, y el Capitin Prince.

Actuara el Trio Heraldo L -
En Balboa y Coco Solo -
Si ustedes se perdieron el Trio
Heraldo el afio pasado cuando es-
tuvo aqui, tienen otra oportunidad de
escuchar a este trio, que interpreta -
magnificamente canciones tipicas
norteamericanas y que es muy popu-
lar en el campus de la Universidad
de Tennessee.
El Trio Heraldo, compuesto por
Richard Carpenter, John Logan y
Dennis Ray, todos estudiantes de
Tercer Afio de la Universidad de
Tennessee, se presentarin en el Tea-
tro de Coco Solo el 23 de junior. Al
dia siguiente, 24 de junior, harAn su
segunda presentaci6n, en el Teatro
de Balboa.
Richard Carpenter, hijo del Sr.
Henry T. Carpenter y Sra. Maxine
Carpenter, residents en Margarita,
Zona del Canal, se conoci6 con John
Logan y Dennis Ray, en una fiesta :
de estudiantes. Al present, a 2 afios
de ese encuentro, tienen gran de-
manda en toda el Area y ganan dinero
extra para sus studios. .
El trio estuvo aqui el afio pasado
y actuaron en ambos lados del Istmo,
en los teatros de Coco Solo y de
Balboa. Luego embarcaron en el
vapor Cristdbal en el "Especial para
Universitarios", entreteniendo a los
pasajeros durante el viaje de regreso
a los Estados Unidos en Septiembre
de 1965.

Paigina 3

El Trio Heraldo


Junio 17, 1966

Premian Empleados del Canal

Por Trabajar sin Accidentes

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Ricardo Valencia, empleado de las Esclusas de Miraflores, es felicitado cordialmente por el Capitan Mortimer
J. Prince, Director de Marina del Canal de PanamA, al entregarle su llave de oro y certificado de premio por
haber trabajado durante 30 afios, sin recibir una lesi6n causante de incapacidad. La foto, tomada en el teatro de
las Esclusas de Miraflores, muestra, desde la izquierda, al Inspector Warren Smith, Valencia, el Capitin Prince,
Emmett 0. Kiernan, Jefe Interino de las Esclusas del Lado Pacifico; y Truman H. Hoenke, Jefe de la Divisi6n
de Esclusas.

Recibieron Sendos Medallones

Miembros del "Club del Gal6n"

Cuarenta empleados del sector Pa-
cifico y residents, que han dado 328
pintas de sangre, recibieron sus cre-
denciales de miembros del "Club del
Gal6n" del Banco de Sangre del Hos-
pital Gorgas de manos del Coronel
Roosevelt Cafarelli, Director de Sa-
lubridad, en una ceremonia que tuvo
lugar en el Sal6n de Conferencias
del Gobernador, en el Edificio de
Administraci6n, en Balboa Heights,
el 10 de junior.
El Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Subdi-
rector de Personal, dio la bienvenida
a los donantes y a los miembros de
la Direcci6n de Salubridad de la
Zona del Canal alli presents y pre-
sent6 al Coronel Harry D. Offutt, Jr.,
Director del Hospital Gorgas, quien
habl6 a nombre de la instituci6n que
dirige. El Coronel Offutt agradeci6
a los miembros del "Club del Gal6n"
por el generoso apoyo que brindan al
Program del Banco de Sangre y los
alab6 por donar un gal6n o mAs de
su propia sangre. El Dr. Paolucci
tambi6n hizo p6blico un reconoci-
miento especial para los voluntarios
que prestan servicios en el Centro
de Donantes de Sangre.
Tambien estuvo present en la ce-
remonia de entrega de certificados el
Sr. William T. Gaudy, Subdirector
del Hospital Gorgas, y la Sra.
Dorothy Headstate, enfermera a car-
go del Banco de Sangre del Hospital
Gorgas y que es la persona que tiene
el papel mas important en el 6xito
del banco.
El Coronel Offutt hizo un breve
historical de la sangre, desde cuando,
en tiempos remotos, era bebida para
dar vitalidad, pasando por los fra-
casos de las transfusions rudimenta-
rias de la edad media, hasta los gran-
des 6xitos conseguidos por la clasifi-
caci6n de sangre y el present uso
de las transfusions como uno de los
agents terapeuticos mAs importantes
en la medicine modern.
El Coronel Caffarelli express su
gratitud a los donantes de sangre y
entreg6 a cada uno su medall6n dis-
tintivo del "Club del Gal6n" de los
Hospitales Gorgas y Coco Solo,
como muestra simb61lica de agrade-
cimiento de part del Hospital Gorgas
y de la comunidad del sector Pacifico.
El medall6n es un bello disco pla-
teado que cuelga de una cadena de
llavero. De un lado tiene un buque
de velas cuadradas transitando el
Corte Gaillard. En el reverse tiene
grabado el nombre del donante, su
tipo de sangre y la cantidad que ha
Las voluntarias Joan Belden, Mary
Doolan, Violet Deakins y Delores
Luekens tambien recibieron sendos
La Sra. Headstate, que desde 1959,
ha sido el coraz6n y la fuerza moti-
vadora del Banco de Sangre del Hos-
pital Gorgas, dio la idea y el disefio
del medall6n. De ella dependent los

medicos para la sangre que necesitan
sus pacientes.
El Banco de Sangre del Hospital
Gorgas es un proyecto de la comu-
nidad de empleados civiles y milita-
res y de residents de la Zona del
Canal. Provee toda la sangre que se
necesita para los pacientes del Hos-
pital Gorgas, alrededor de 2.100 pin-
tas anuales, sin ningfin cost.
Se invita a todos los empleados y
residents de la Zona del Canal a
que se unan al "Club del Gal6n".
Cualquiera persona de buena salud,
entire los 18 y 61 afios de edad, puede
donar sangre cada 75 6 90 dias.
Cuatro de los miembros del "Club
del Gal6n" son mujeres. Son ellas:
Irene G. Bridges, del Hospital Gor-
gas; Elizabeth I. Brown, del Hospital
Gorgas; Frederica Chase, familiar de
un empleado civil; y Jane Jones, fa-
miliar de un miembro del Ej6rcito.
El Dr. Frank P. Smith, del Hospi-
tal Gorgas, es el primero en la lista
de donantes, con 16 pintas de sangre.
Los otros miembros del "Club del
Gal6n" y los lugares donde trabajan,
son los siguientes: Nathan Ashton,
Division de Abastos; Frank A. Bald-
win, Director de Informaci6n; Wil-
liam Benny, del Centro de Servicios
de Balboa; James A. Brigman, de la
Unidad de Defensa Civil; Glen H.
Burdick, de la Divisi6n de Electri-
cidad; Clifford Bynoe, de la Divisi6n
de Dragas; Samuel Catlett, empleado
civil de la Fuerza A6rea; Jack W.
Clark, de Mantenimiento de Predios;
Walter E. Colclasure, del Ramo de
Especificaciones y CAlculos; Ray-
mond A. Davidson, de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas; James J. Fealey, em-
pleado civil del Ej6rcito; Charles
C. Fears, de la Divisi6n de Policia;
George T. Fitzgerald, de la Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n; William W. Hoyle,
de la Divisi6n de Aduanas; Cardinal
Husband, de la Divisi6n de Dragas;
Adolph Kapinos, de la Divisi6n de
Policia; Hamilton H. Lavalas, de la
Division de Escuelas; Edwin Mc-
Ilvaine, de la Contraloria; Edwin R.
Malin, de la Divisi6n de Electricidad;
James A. Marchuck, de la Divisi6n
de Policia; Samuel W. Meyer, de la
Division de Correos; Harold J. Mil-
lion, del Ramo de Meteorologia e
Hidrografia; Arthur Nygard, emplea-
do civil del Ej6rcito; George B. Pal-
mer, de la Divisi6n de Abastos; Harry
E. Pearl, del Ramo de Topografia;
Peter S. Proback, de la Divisi6n de
Policia; Robert L. Ridge, de la Planta
de Manejo de Aceite; William F.
Robinson, de la Divisi6n de Abastos;
Douglas S. Schmidt, del Ramo de
Acueductos y Laboratorio; Robert L.
Snyder, de la Divisi6n de Correos;
Alfred J. Waldorf, de la Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento; Theophilus Wells,
del Hospital Gorgas; Vernon White-
head, de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n;
William S. Wigg, de la Divisi6n de
Servicios Administrativos; y Marion
Woodruff, de la Divisi6n de Esclusas.


Esclusas de Miraflores 1,409
Esclusas de Gatdn -_.-__. 294
Las Cruces, 4 viajes -__... 340
Reina Manuelita, 3 viajes 73
Jardines de Summit----. 323
Mirador del Contratista__ 6
Biblioteca-Museo ___.- 64
Gran Total _. 2,509


Cursos de Verano

En U. de Ia Zona

A Partir del 20
Los cursos de verano de la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal se ini-
ciarAn el lunes, 20 de junio. HabrA
classes de lunes a jueves, siendo el
27 de junio la fecha limited para ma-
triculas tardias o cambio de classes.
Los estudiantes que ingresen por
primera vez a la Universidad deben
solicitar que sus Escuelas Secunda-
rias les envien copias de sus creditos.
Los estudiantes que ahora asisten
a la Universidad deber4n solicitar
que la Administraci6n envie una
carta al Director de la Escuela de
Verano autorizando su asistencia a
los cursos de verano para que trans-
fieran sus cr6ditos.
Los materials de registro y los
requisitos previous, pueden ser obte-
nidos en la Universidad. En los cursos
de verano se permitira un mAximo
de ocho cr6ditos por semestre.

Cierre de Planas
Todo el material que se desee
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibido en la Oficina de Prensa
del Canal de Panama a mis tar-
dar el lunes por la tarde de la
semana de publicaci6n. Solamen-
te el material urgente puede ser
recibido y procesado para usarlo
la misma semana, el martes al
mediodia. Envie el material al
M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Cuatro tipos separados de premios
de seguridad fueron entregados re-
cientemente por el Director de Ma-
rina, Capitan Mortimer J. Prince, a
235 individuos y grupos de emplea-
dos de la Divisi6n de Marina.
El Capitan Prince alab6 a los em-
pleados por su sobresaliente contri-
buci6n en la ejecuci6n segura de
todas las labores en la Direcci6n de
Marina y les record que "en la pre-
venci6n de accidents todo hombre
es el guardiAn de su hermano".
Doce personas recibieron leaves de
oro por 30 afios de servicio sin lesio-
nes causantes de incapacidad y 92
empleados recibieron leaves de plata
por 20 afios de servicio con la misma
marca de seguridad. Certificados de
Supervisi6n se le entreg6 a aquellos
que no tuvieron lesiones causantes
de incapacidad en sus grupos duran-
te 1965 y 40 certificados de premios
a unidades fueron entregados al
mismo numero de grupos por simila-
res logros en seguridad.
Los ganadores de leaves de oro
fueron: Torrence E. Lord; Irving G.
Hay; Ricardo Valencia; NicolAs Quin-
tana; Alphonso T. Fearon; Vincent
W. Watson;.John E. Ercikson; Cecil
0. Brooks; Jose Martinez; Archibald
G. Lewis; Thomas J. Pimento; y

Walter G. Brown.
Los que recibieron leaves de plata
fueron: Howard R. Johnson; Rogelio
Cafiizales; Lu Yu Sing; Winston
Thomas; Riley Brown; Jos6 Fuentes;
D. R. Henningham; William T.
O'Connor; Joaquin Montoto; Rafael
V. Allegne; Woodrow L. Stephens;
Santana P6rez; Howard Richards;
Arthur Heron; Enrique Alvarenga;
Julio Musmano; David E. Stephen-
son; Benjamin Benitez; A. M. A. Bo-
caranda; Haddon A. Wynter; Alfredo
Torres; Carlos Alzamora; Adelaido
G6mez; George C. Bannister; Come-
lio Trotman; Arnott B. Julien; Theo-
philus Drakes; Clarence Jacobson;
Carlos Miranda; Laurence Barca;
Donald H. Spencer; Francisco Diaz;
Ventura Romero; Jos6 A. Palacios;
Frank L. Benson; Gerald Burkett;
Custodio Meneses; Eugene A. Davis;
Alrick L. Nelson; Jos6 M. Camargo;
Glen E. Storm; Reginald McBean;
Alberto Caballero; Caleb A. Allen;
Daniel B. Rambo; Daruley G. Raw-
lins; Laurie Clarke; K. L. Cumber-
batch; Harold B. Cover; TomAs G.
Amador; Nathaniel V. Wilson; Felipe
Santamaria; Joseph 0. Jackman;
Emanuel Gray; Victor J. Morales;
George E. Mitchell; Gregorio Bor-
bia; Alfred Palmer; Oswald Heron;
Otilio Delgado; Orles J. Bush; Fitz-
hubert Rose; Gasford J. Clarke; John
Harriott; Dauford Small; William K.
Price; Vincent L. Belgrave; Mois6s
Ortiz; Winston E. DaCosta; C. San-
tamaria; Russell B. Barrow; William
G. Atcheson; Arsenio Y. Bonilla;
Willesty Mitchell; Arthur C. Cherry;
Frank McGilberry; Carl C. Chansue;
Kenneth S. Roscoe; Fitz H. Harding;
Eugenio Prescott; James Harris;
Stanley A. Jackson; Martin R. Con-
nolly; Jos6 A. Phillips; Alberto Haw-
kins; Evaristo Mel6ndez; Alfred G.
Mullennax; Mauricio Cafias; Isidro
Martinez; Cyrus W. Field.
Los que recibieron certificados de
premios de seguridad como supervi-
sores fueron: Burton E. Davis; Bur-
ton L. Powell; Anastacio Sogandares;
Rex V. Sellens; Robert W. King;

Elwin C. Burton
Dimas Alvarado
Esteban Aparicio P.
Alberto Chavarria
Everardo Echevus
Felipe Lara
Eduardo Bourne
Juan E. de la Cruz

Amalia GonsAlez
Mary A. Minto
Morty K. Blanchard
Ronald A. Johnson
Jaime Eduardo Alfaro P.
Leo Dehlinger
Rafael GonzAlez
Hilda J. Mercer
Winston Thomas

Paigina 4




David H. Dare; Oliver H. Hendrick-
son; Merrill T. Webster; Leslie W.
Croft; John M. Morrison; Hugh C.
Christie; Clifford S. Asbury; Kenneth
L. Middleton; Harry F. Willenbrock;
Donald P. Hutchison; John A. Dom-
browsky; William S. McKee; James
M. Zelsman; Fred F. Schwartz;
George C. Scheibe; Arthur J. O'Don-
nell; Teniente James C. Slice;
Richard W. Abell; G6nova J. Gibbs;
Emmett 0. Kiernan; Donald H.
Spencer; Rubin A. Britton; Adolfo
Jim6nez; Arthur Heron; Henry Trot-
man; Woodrow E. Markland; Carlos
E. Ledezmas; Jorge Barakat; R. Con-
rado Brown; Capitin Bernard J.
Linden; CapitAn R. G. Mendenhall;
Herbert Layne; Charles Hazelwood;
Eric B. Phillips; Matias Moreno;
James W. Allen; Herman Franklin;
Amenejeid B. Williams; Edwin Law-
rence; Jorge Goodrick; Dudley Min-
ningham; Richard C. Sergeant;
Robert E. Medinger; Cyril V. Ather-
ton; Capitan Ralph Curles; Capitin
Lambert W. Kat; Capitin Sam Row-
ley; CapitAn Thomas W. McGraw;
CapitAn John T. Peterson; Capitin
Harry T. Lacy; Capitin James W.
Watson; CapitAn Anthony J. Zablo-
cki; CapitAn Dewey E. Mann, Jr.;
Capitfn John G. Carlson; Capitin
Norman J. Goulet; CapitAn C. S.
McCormack; Halstead C. Hodgson;
William E. Grant; Joseph W. Riley;
K. R. Shepherd; Caliman Bernard;
Herman C. Lever; Herman C. Hamil-
ton; Carlos A. McNamee; Marcelino
Watler; Sim6n Morcillo; Granville
D. Downer; Alfred C. Hewitt; David
S. Henry; Joseph A. Gardner; H. V.
Hutchinson; Wilfred A. Alleyne; Gre-
gory C. Edwards; Roberto F. Fisher.
Recibieron certificados de premio
por unidad: Secci6n de Ingenieria;
Secci6n de Excedentes y Buceo; Sec-
ci6n de Disefios; Taller de Repara-
ci6n de Instrumentos; Taller de Re-
serva de Balboa; Taller de Manteni-
meinto y Cuarto de Herramientas;
montadores de tuberias y ayudantes'
trabajadores en madera y ayudantes;
pintores y obreros; soldadores y ayu-
dantes; Taller de Herreria; armado-
res de buques y ayudantes; trabaja-
dores de fundici6n; planchistas y ayu-
dantes; operarios de la caseta de
control de Miraflores; pintores de las
Esclusas de Gat6n; Fuerza de Segu-
ridad de las Esclusas de Pedro Mi-
guel; mecAnicos torneros de las Es-
clusas de Miraflores; mecanicos tor-
neros de las Esclusas de Pedro Mi-
guel; electricistas de las Esclusas de
Pedro Miguel; pintores de las Esclu-
sas del lado Pacifico; ayudantes del
Cuarto de Herramientas de Pedro
Miguel; ayudantes del Cuarto de He-
rramientas de Miraflores; ayudantes
del Cuarto de Herramientas de Ga-
tin; operarios de la Caseta de Con-
trol de Pedro Miguel; operarios de la
Caseta de Control de Gat6n; prAc-
ticos del Canal de Balboa; funciona-
rios de abordaje del Canal en Bal-
boa; capataces de atraque y desatra-
que; Operaciones de Lancha en Bal-
boa; mozos de oficio de Balboa; tri-
pulaci6n del Remolcador Gatin; tri-
pulaci6n del Remolcador Arraijdn;
tripulaci6n del Remolcador Wallace;
tripulaci6n del Remolcador Gorgona;
practices del Canal de Crist6bal; fun-
cionarios de abordaje del Canal en
Crist6bal; capataces de atraque y de-
satraque en Crist6bal; tripulaci6n del
Remolcador Goethals.