The Panama Canal spillway =

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


Subjects / Keywords:
Periodicals -- Canal Zone ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama) ( lcsh )
federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )
serial ( sobekcm )


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

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Vol. V, No. 2 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, July 1, 1966


Marianne Field, left, and Bethe Gaudy are Canal Zone delegates to 1966
Girls' Nation, to be held in Washington, D.C., July 24-30.

As Girls' Nation Delegates

Misses Field, Gaudy

Leaving for Capital

Bound for Washington, D.C., as
Canal Zone delegates to 1966 Girls'
Nation are Marianne Field and Bethe
Gaudy, both seniors next year at Cris-
tobal and Balboa High Schools
The girls were elected to this honor
at the 1966 session of Caribbean
Girls' State, held during Easter week
at Fort Clayton and attended by 80
high-school juniors from both sides
of the Isthmus.
Girls' Nation, a continuation of the
study of U.S. Government begun at
Girls' State, covers national politics,
with emphasis on the workings of
Congress and party activity in na-
tional elections. Both Girls' State and
Girls' Nation are sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary, which
pays expenses of the Canal Zone-
Washington, D.C., trip.
This year's Girls' Nation will be
held on the campus of American
University, July 24-30.
Both Canal Zone delegates to Girls'
Nation were outstanding citizens of
Caribbean Girls' State. Miss Field,
17, was elected this year's Governor
of Girls' State on the Federalist party
ticket. She served as Speaker of the
House, and at the end of the session
was chosen by her fellowcitizens as
the recipient of the Outstanding
Leadership Award. She will serve as
next year's Secretary of the Cristobal
High School Student Association.
Last year she ranked 10th in her
class with a B plus average, and
served as vice president of the CHS
Student Association. In addition, she
was initiated into the National Honor
Society and elected "class favorite."
Marianne, a cheerleader since her
sophomore year, is a member of the
Girls' Athletic Association, the Torrid
Zone Wizards (science club), and the
Caribe Club of the Future Teachers
of America.
She was born in Colon and is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus W.
Field of Margarita. Her father is
foreman, Metalworking Shop, at the
Industrial Division in Mount Hope;
her mother is employed at the Cris-
tobal Port Captain's Office.
Miss Gaudy, age 16, is the
daughter of Col. (Ret.) and Mrs.
William T. Gaudy of Ancon. Bethe
was the candidate for Governor of
Girls State from the Nationalist party.
During the session she was elected
Mayor of the model city of Keyport
and presided as Judge of the mock

trial. She was chosen Most Outstand-
ing Speaker for 1966.
Bethe was born in Washington,
D.C., and traveled extensively in
Europe while her father was sta-
tioned in Heidelberg, Germany, for
3 years. She came to Panama from
Charleston, S.C., where she attended
Ashley Hall. There she was a Stu-
dent Council representative for 2
years, sang with the Glee Club and
the Red Choir, and was elected to
the staff of the school literary maga-
zine, Cerberus.
Bethe has just completed her first
year at Balboa High School; she was
(Continued on p. 4)

CZ Grads


At least nine members of the
Balboa High School class of 1966
have been accepted at U.S. military
academies after meeting rigid scho-
lastic and physical requirements.
Three received appointments to
the United States Naval Academy at
Annapolis, Md., and have joined the
new plebe class this week for summer
military indoctrination. The new mid-
shipmen are: LaMar T. Sizemore, Jr.,
son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. LaMar Size-
more, Fort Amador; James Pickering,
son of PanCanal Engineering and
Construction Bureau Director Col.
Ellis E. Pickering and Mrs. Pickering;
and Gabriel Hernandez, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Hernandez of
Panama City.
John Brigadier, son of Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Mort B. Brigadier, Quarry
Heights, and William Alexander Coy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coy,
Balboa, were appointed to the United
States Military Academy, West Point,
N.Y. The new cadets will report to
West Point in early July for summer
military orientation.
R. Keith Griffall, son of M. Sgt.
and Mrs. Peter Griffall, Jr., Howard
Air Force Base, and Robert T.
Thomas, son of the late R. T. Thomas
and Mrs. Thomas, formerly of Gatun,
have been appointed to the United
States Merchant Marine academy at
Kings- Point, N.Y., and will report to
the academy in August.
Two members of the '66 class
received appointments to the Air
Force Academy at Colorado Springs,
Colo. They are: Richard Harrington,
son of Col. and Mrs. R. E. Harring-
(Continued on p. 4)

Former Employee

Receives Ph. D.

Governor, Lt. Governor to Speak

Parades, Fireworks

To Mark July 4th

Marching units will step off smartly
as band music fills the morning air;
crowds will gather to watch and
listen when the Canal Zone honors
the 190th anniversary of the Decla-
ration of Independence on July 4.
Military and civilian officials will
review the Balboa parade that begins
its march at 10:30 a.m. Canal Zone
Gov. Robert J. Fleming, Jr., will
speak after the review in Balboa and
the featured speaker on the Atlantic
side at Coco Solo will be Canal Zone

James N. Cook

James N. Cook,

BHS Teacher,

Is Promoted
The promotion of James N. Cook
to the position of Supervisor of
Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools,
has been announced by the Civil
Affairs Bureau.
He succeeds David A. Speir, Jr.,
who has been promoted to Assist-
ant Superintendent, U.S. Secondary

A former Panama Canal employee prompted Bryce to return to school Cook holds A.B. and M.A. degrees
who left the Isthmus in 1957 pos- in 1957. His first steps in higher from Marshall University. He also
sessing a thirst for knowledge but education were at Mankato State attended St. Petersburg Junior Col-
little else returned last week as a College, Minn., where he majored in lege, Concord College and the Uni-
distinguished scholar with myriad economics and sociology and minored versity of Virginia.
academic achievements, in history and political science. He taught in Bailesville, W. Va.,
Dr. Herrington J. Bryce, currently In 1960 he received his B. A. with and St. Petersburg, Fla., before
visiting relatives and renewing old honors and was designated by the coming to the Canal Zone in 1960.
acquaintances in the Canal Zone, was faculty as the outstanding student in He has been a science teacher and a
recently awarded a Ph. D. in econ- counselor in Balboa High School.
omics from Syracuse University. (Continued on p. 4)
Attainment of this goal capped an
extended struggle against extreme
financial limitations. The old saw
"Where there's a will, there's a way" -
probably best describes the determi-
nation that carried him through. .,
Dr. Bryce is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Simon J. Bryce of Paraiso. His
father has been an employee of the
Motor Transportation Division for .
some 30 years.
At La Boca Occupational High -
School from which he was graduated 3
in 1955, Bryce garnered considerable
recognition for his ability. He was
class president in both the 10th and
llth grades, served as editor-in-chief
of the school annual and was selected
as the mostly likely to succeed.
From high school he went to work
as a stock clerk in the Panama Canal's .
Accounting Division where his indus-
try and talent earned him a promo-
tion to a job as a clerk with more
responsibility in the office of Treas-
urer Joseph C. Turner. Dr. Bryce
chatted with Turner during his visit
to the Administration Building last Dr. Herrington J. Bryce (left) and his former supervisor, PanCanal Treasurer
week. Joseph C. Turner, shown together discussing statistics on the Panama Canal
wee operation. Dr. Bryce returned to the Isthmus to visit relatives and friends
A yearning for more education after receiving a Ph. D. in economics from Syracuse University.

Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt. The Atlantic
side Community of Gatun will also
have a ceremony to mark the day.
Activities on the Pacific side will
begin with a horse show at Balboa
Stadium at 9 a.m. It will feature
pickup races, a relay race and jumping
events. There is no admission charge.
The show is sponsored by the Albrook
Riding Club, under Lt. Col. Merle
Coombs, president; the Fort Kobbe
Riding Club, Comdr. Edwin L. Ball,
president, and Fort Clayton Riding
Club, F. S. Rudesheim, president.
Mr. Rudesheim will be master of
ceremonies. Participants in the show
will also ride in the 10:30 a.m.
At 10 o'clock there will be a sky-
diving exhibition. More than a dozen
members of the Pan American Sports
Parachute Club will stage the show
at Albrook AFB, landing in the area
of the base near Gaillard Highway.
To top off the day on both. sides
of the Isthmus, fireworks displays
have been planned at 7:30 p.m., atop
Sosa Hill on the Pacific side and
behind the Athletic Field at Cristobal
High School on the Atlantic side.
The big parade forms at Goethals
monument. It will feature units from
the three military services, the" United
States Air Force Southern Command
Band, the Bomberos and Guardia
Nacional bands from Panama, Boy
Scouts, Civic and Fraternal marching
units, Veterans of Foreign Wars and
American Legion units, queens of
various Canal Zone events, and a
small boat contingent, with bathing
beauties, in observance of Safe Boat-
ing Week, July 3-9. Parade Marshal
will be Rear Adm. Ralph C. Johnson,
USN, Commander, United States
Navy Forces, Southern Command and
Commandant, 15th Naval District.
The parade will march down Bar-
nebey Street, then along Balboa Road
past the reviewing stand to Roosevelt
Avenue. As it passes the reviewing
stand, Air Force planes will stage a
fly over.
At the reviewing stand, music will
be furnished from 11:20 to 11:30 by
the USAFSO Band. The Rt. Rev.
R. Heber Gooden will offer the in-
vocation and Eagle Scout Robert M.
Hogan will deliver the pledge of
allegiance. Master of Ceremonies
M. Sgt. Theodore Hunt will intro-
duce the speaker, Governor Fleming.
The Right Reverend Gooden will
(Continued on p. 4)

In observance of National Safe
Boating Week, July 3 to 9, SCN Tele-
vision, in cooperation with the Pan-
ama Canal organization Safe Boating
Week Committee, will present a
motion picture and panel show. Boat
owners and prospective boat owners
will find this show interesting and
A Red Cross film, "Boats, Motors,
and People" will be shown on Tues-
day, July 5 at 9 p.m. Boating for
pleasure and safety will be discussed,
during the same program, by a panel
whose members are Capt. M. J.
Prince, USN, Panama Canal Marine
Bureau Director; Robert Heddaeus,
commander, Pacific Power Squadron;
and Loron B. Burnham, past com-
mander of the Squadron.


July 1, 1966


Carl A. Widell, from Supervisory Personnel
Staffing Specialist, Central Employment
Office, to Magistrate, Magistrates' Court,
Frederic J. Berest, from Canal Zone Guide
to Supervisory Canal Zone Guide.
Andres B. Britton, Jr., from Food Service
Worker, Supply and Community Service
Bureau. Supply Division, to Messenger.
John G. Bing, from Assistant Head, Com-
posing Section, to Head, Composing
Section, Printing Plant.
Accounting Division
Robert L. Coffey, from Accountant to
Supervisory Accountant.
Mary Haughton, from Counterwoman,
Supply and Community Service Bureau,
to Office Machine Operator, Payroll and
Machine Accounting Branch.
David A. Phlatts, from Bookkeeping Ma-
chine Operator, Payroll and Machine
Accounting Branch, to Bookkeeping
Machine Ope:ation Supervisor.
Data Processing Division
Alfredo E. Gibbs, from Bookkeeping Ma-
chine Operator, Data Processing Divi-
sion, to EAM Operator.
Edmond F. Johnson, from EAM Operator
to EAM Supervisor.
May V. Adonican, from Bookkeeping Ma-
chine Operator to EAM Operator.
General Audit Division
Gregory G. Cartotto, from Supervisory Gen-
eral Claims Examiner, Claims Branch,
to Chief, Claims Branch.
Nereida C. Carmona, from Clerk-Typist,
Operations Division, to Clerk-Translator,
Social Service Staff-Latin American
Navigation Division-Pilot Force
Clive W. Lewis, from Pilot to Assistant
Captain of the Port.
Vincent A. Galdon, from Pilot-in-Training
to Pilot, Limited to 225-foot Vessels.
Robert L. Currie, from Pilot, Limited to
225-foot Vessels, to Pilot, Limited to
526-foot Vessels.
Navigation Division
Ruth P. Huldtquist, from Accounting Clerk
to Supervisory Accounting Clerk.
Ronald E. Angermuller, from Customs In-
spector, Civil Affairs Bureau, to Ad-
measurer Assistant.
Luz G. Joly, from Clerk-Stenographer to
Reporting Stenographer.
Clarence G. Rogers, from Seaman (Launch)
to Seaman.
Clarence J. Bascumbe, from Boatman, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau, to
Oiler (Floating Plant).
Clarence F. Thorne, from Linehandler
Deckhand) to Leader Linehandler
Office of the Director
June A. Stevenson, from Secretary (Stenog-
raphy), Locks Division-Office of the
Chief, Statistical Clerk (Stenography).
Locks Division-Office of the Chief
Truman H. Hoenke, from Supervisory Gen-
eral Engineer, Superintendent, Pacific
Branch, to Supervisory General Engineer,
Chief, Locks Division.
Lawrence Barca, from General Engineer to
Supervisory General Engineer.
Locks Division
Sharon L. Schmidt, from Clerk-Stenog-
rapher to Secretary (Stenography).
James J. Roddy, from Electrician to Lock
Operator (Electrician).
John A. McNatt, from Electrician to Lock
Operator (Electrician).
Harrell Y. B. Parsons, from Towing Loco-
motive Operator to Lock Operator (Ma-
F6lix Karpinsld, from Lock Operator (Ma-
chinist) to Leader Lock Operator (Ma-
Burris J. Rice, from Supervisory Supply
Clerk to Supervisory Administrative Serv-
ices Assistant. ,
Walter D. Johnston, from Lead Foreman
Carpenter to General Foreman Car-
Thomas J. Ebdon, from Supervisory Gen-
eral Engineer to Supervisory General En-
gineer, Superintendent, Pacific Branch.
Homer A. Sneckenberger, from General
Foreman (Lock Operations-Mechanical)
to Foreman (Locks Maintenance).
Justo E. Jaslin, from Linehandler to Boat-
Aristides L6pez, from Boatman to Boatman
Industrial Division
Martin H. Geisler, from Machinist (Marine)
to Toolmaker.
Vincent F. Bamundo, from Machinist (Ma-
rine) to Lead Foreman Machinist
Wendell W. Bosley, from Shipfitter to
Planner and Estimator (Boilermaker-

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William A. Rankin, from Shipfitter to
Leader Shipfitter.
Fred R. Trout, from Welder to Leader
Romelio O'Neill, from Toolroom Attendant,
Supply and Community Service Bureau,
to Toolroom Attendant.
Terminals Division
Alejandro Sheperd, from Oiler, Engineering
and Construction Bureau, to Stevedore.
Rodolfo R. Avila, from Laborer (Heavy-
Pest Control), Health Bureau, to Steve-
Arnando Alvarado, from Laborer (Heavy),
Supply and Community Servcie Bureau,
to Stevedore.
Agapito Guerrero, Luis A. Amor, from
Linehandler (Deckhand), Marine Bureau,
to Stevedore.
Winston J. Mitchell, from Cargo Marker to
Cargo Checker.
Allen T. Hamlin, from Clerk, Health Bu-
rea, to Clerk-Typist.
Samuel S. Payne, from Laborer, Engineer-
ing and Construction Bureau, to Steve-
Herbert 0. Senior, from Linehandler, Ma-
rine Bureau, to Stevedore.
Ralph Anderson, from Lead Foreman High
Lift Truck Operator to Supervisory Cargo
Daniel Moodie, from Laborer, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, to Steve-
Cayetano Carrasco, from Milk Cooling Ma-
chine Operator, Supply and Community
Service Bureau, to Laborer (Heavy).
Motor Transportation Division
Cesar A. Payne, from Learner (Helner
Automotive Mechanic-Body and Fender)
to Helper Automotive Mechanic (Body
and Fender).
Eric J. Walton, Jr., from Learner (Auto-
motive Equipment Serviceman) to Auto-
motive Equipment Serviceman.
Ralph E. Farnsworth, from Equipment
Specialist (Automotive) to Equipment
Specialist (Machine Tools).
Supply Division
Clarence N. Brin Y., from Supply Clerk to
Supervisory Supply Clerk.
Edith V. Britton, from Presser (Flatwork)
to Presser (Dry Cleaning).
Oliver L. Bailey, from Clerk to Supply
Leticia Gonzales, from Presser (Garment)
to Presser (Shirts).
Cecil F. Haynes, from Supervisory Clerk to
Supply Clerk.
Basil Agard, from Office Machine Operator
to Clerk.
Caroline N. Hook, Harold D. Spencer, Roy.
Elliot, from Supply Clerk (Typing) to
Supply Clerk.
Martha Hudson, from Assistant Cook to
Terencio Flores, from Laborer (Cleaner) to
Utility Worker.
Stanford M. Clement, from Messenger to
Supply Clerk.
Jocelyn A. Brown, from Hospital Food
Service Worker, Health Bureau, to
Assistant Baker.
Ernesto 0. Achon, from Accounting Clerk
to Accounting Assistant.
Jos6 L. Chamizo, from Animal Caretaker,
Health Bureau, to Painter (Maintenance).
Mary H. Foster, from Supervisory Account-
ing Clerk to Supervisory General Supply
Community Service Division
Dorothy A. Bryant, from Clerk-Typist,
Office of the Comptroller, to Personnel
Clerk (General; Typing).
Domingo Gonzalez. from Grounds Mainte-
nance Equipment Operator to Field
Tractor Operator.
Julio F. Jordan, from Cemtery Worker to
Tree Trimmer.
Pablo Parra, Mois6s V. Grueso, Felicindo
Hinestroza, Rupert A. Carr, Andrds Pe-
ralta, Bernardino De Le6n, Adalberto J.
Rodriguez, from Laborer to Ground
Maintenance Equipment Operator.
Sergio Camanio, from Laborer (Cleaner) to
Garbage Collector.
Ernest A. Williams, from Laborer to
Grounds Maintenance Equipment Oper-
ator (Small).
James E. Corbin, from Grounds Mainte-
nance Equipment Operator (Small) to
Grounds Maintenance Equipment Oper-
Electrical Division
Gordon A. Updyke, from Shift Foreman
(Operations-Mechanical) to Test Oper-
ator, Foreman (Mechanical-Power Sys-
Kenneth G. Clement, from Milk Plant
Worker, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, to Helper Machinist (Mainte-
Walter R. Weeks, Jocelyn Decosta, Henry
Bradfield, from Stockman to Supply
Dredging Division
George M. Reynolds, from 1st Assistant
Engineer, Pipeline Dredge, to Chief
Engineer, Towboat.
Thomas B. Idol, from Guard Supervisor to
Dispatcher (Floating Equipment).
Cecil A. Archbold, from Clerk to Clerk-
Miguel A. Ruiz, from Surveying Aid to
Francisco G. Rivera, from Laborer (Heavy),
Supply and Community Service Bureau,
to Carpenter.
Escanio Santos, from Laborer (Heavy),
Supply and Community Service Bureau,
to Boatman.
Edmund N. Smith, Irving R. King, from
Fireman (Floating Plant) to Oiler (Float-
ing Plant).
Leonard A. Kirton, from Launch Operator
to Motor Launch Captain.
Nemesio Guardia, from Seaman to Motor
Launch Captain.
Carlos E. Ortega G., from Seaman to Able
Joseph N. Edwards, from Carpenter to
Leader Carpenter.
Maintenance Division
Jerry D. Boswell, from Leader Refrigera-
tion and Air Conditioning Mechanic to
Lead Foreman Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning Mechanic.
Herschel N. Johnson, from Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning Mechanic to Leader
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Abdiel 0. Icaza, from Liquid Fuels Gager,
Transportation and Terminals Bureau,
to Water System Operator.
Federic M. Dowden, from Service Station
Attendant, Transportation and Terminals
Bureau, to Warehouseman.
David C. Robinson, from Maintenanceman
to Carpenter.
Carlos Rice, from Laborer (Heavy) to
Helper Pipefitter.

Oliver F. R. Ifil, from Helper Lock Oper-
ator, Marine Bureau, to Maintenance-
Eldon H. Squires, from Farm Equipment
Operator, Supply and Community Serv-
ice Bureau, to Field Tractor Operator.
Louis Hall, from Sandblaster to Painter.
Clyde E. Boxill, from Paint and Varnish
Maker to Painter.
John H. Blades, from Maintenanceman,
Supply and Community Service Bureau,
to Maintenanceman.
Construction Division
Shirley K. Finlason. from Clerical Assistant
to Supervisory Administrative Assistant
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Ernesto Blake, from Clerk, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, to Supply
Em6rito Secaida, from Laborer (Heavy-Pest
Control) Health Bureau, to Guard.
Daniel Del Rio G., from Laborer, Trans-
portation and Terminals Bureau, to
Earl D. Hines, from Cargo Marker, Trans-
portation and Terminals Bureau, to
Albert A. Waisome, from Seaman, Marine
Bureau, to Guard.
Katherine T. Purdy. from Medical Clerk
(Stenography), Health Bureau, to Clerk-
Joseph M. Corrigan, from Supervisory
Sanitation Inspector, Health Bureau, to
Supervisory Sanitation Inspector.
Edward J. Russell, Jr., from Property Rec-
ord Clerk, Dredging Division, to Prop-
erty Record Assistant.
Division of Schools
Zobeida Abrego, Rub6n Martin, Charlotte
T. Phillips, Col6n Guardia, from Sub-
stitute Teacher (Latin American Schools)
to Teacher (Secondary Latin American
Enrique Marcos-Hermoso, Matilde A.
Macia, Alcides D. Bernal, from Sub-
stitute Teacher (Latin American Schools)
to Teacher (Senior High-Latin Amer-
ican Schools).
Elizabeth Oiler, Millicent F. Forcheney,
Janet A. M. de Campbell, from Sub-
stitute Teacher (Latin American Schools)
to Teacher (Elementary-Latin American
Soledad F. de Epifanio, from Teacher
(Senior High-Latin American Schools)
to Supervisor, Spanish (Latin American
Police Division
Blance G. Iverson, from Police Private to
Fire Division
Julian J. Hoyte, from Firefighter to Fire
Protection Inspector.
Cecil Morgan, from Fire Protection In-
spector to Fire Sergeant.
Division of Sanitation
Etanislao Cedefio, from Railroad Trackman,
Transportation and Terminals Bureau,
to Laborer (Heavy-Pest Control).
Gorgas Hospital
Evelyn M. Spencer, Oscar L. Marsh, Ken
neth Davis, Cecilia F. Beckford, from
Nursing Assistant to Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery).
Benjamin Mojica, from Baker, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, to Baker.
Coco Solo Hospital
Modesta 0. Anderson, from Sales Store
Checker, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, to Nursing Assistant.
Betty Sutton, from Clinical Nurse to Clin-
ical Nurse (Training).
Maximino Carrasco, from Pantryman, Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau, to
Food Service Worker (Heavy).
George S. Robinson, from Hospital Attend-
ant to Lead Foreman Hospital Attend-
Palo Seco Hospital
Cora R. Henderson, from Supply Clerk to
Tevia P. de Visquez, File Clerk, Admin-
istrative Services Division.
Clarence E. Notyce, Accounting Techni-
cian, Office of the Comptroller.
Robert F. Roche, General Claims Examiner,
Office of the Comptroller.
Ruth M. Kent, Payroll Clerk, Office of the
Comptroller, Payroll and Machine
Accounting Branch.
Jose Santamaria, Nestor P. De Le6n,
Grounds Maintenance Equipment Oper-
ator, Community Services Division, Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau.
Harry E. Townsend, Foreman Machinist
(Marine), Marine Bureau, Industrial Di-
Haten C. Springer, Time and Leave Clerk,
Marine Bureau, Locks Division.
James V. Foster, Admeasurer Assistant,
Marine Bureau Navigation Division.
Woodrow Spradlin, V alter C. Bergh,
Marine Traffic Ccntroller Assistant,
Marine Bureau, Navigation Division.
James E. Stuart, Supervisory Supply Clerk,
Marine Bureau Locks Division.
Winston McFarlane, Learner (Helper
Liquid Fuels Wharfman), Transportation
and Terminals Bureau, Terminals Divi-
Mina H. Dee, Accounting Clerk, Supply
and Community Service Bureau, Supply
George S. Brathwaite, Fitz H. Grant,
Rudolph L. Jemmott, Supply Clerk, Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau,
Supply Division.
Jetzabel M. Feraud, Clerk-Stenographer,
Supply Division, Supply and Commu-
nity Service Bureau.
Petronella Osborne, Clerk, Supply Divi-
sion, Supply and Community Service
Angela M. Azcarraga, Stenographic and
Typing Unit Supervisor, Supply Division,
Supply and Community Service Bureau.
Enrich L. Reinhardt, Procurement Agent,
Supply Division, Supply and Community
Service Bureau.
Sally E. Helterbran, Procurement Clerk,
Electrical Division, Engineering and
Construction Bureau.
Armando De Sedda, Cartographic Techni-
cian, Engineering Division, Engineering
and Construction Bureau.
Jessie Whitbread, Clerk-Stenographer, Con-
struction Division, Engineering and Con-
struction Bureau.
Shirley R. Murphy, Library Assistant, C.Z.
Library, Civil Affairs Bureau.
Joseph T. Kozlowsky, Administrative Aide
to the Director of Posts, Postal Division,
Civil Affairs Bureau.
Thomas C. Lear, Funeral Director, Gorgas
Hospital, Health Bureau.
C. Lammerts Van Bueren, Canal Zone
Guide (Interpreter), Panama Canal In-
formation Office.

Capt. Paul Leffler (left) receives his first unlimited pilot's license in a cere-
mony in the Panama Canal Marine Director's office. Making the presenta-
tion of the license is Capt. Chester E. Briggs, Jr., Acting Marine Director.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday, COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
July 2, 1966 2:00 p.m.

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 5:40, 8:30 p.m.-Mon.,
1:30, 4:20, 8:15 p.m.-The Great Race
(Note: If there are fireworks there is
time between shows to attend.)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-The Amorous
Adventures Of Moll Flanders
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Johnny Nobody
Fri., 7:00 p.m.-Winnetou The Warrior
Sat.-Incredible Journey
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon.-Moon
Tues.-Irma La Douce
Wed.-Up Periscope
Thurs.-Summer Magic
Fri.-Six Gun Law
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The T.A.M.I. Show
Sun.-How To Stuff A Wild Bikini
Tues.-Up Periscope
Wed.-Irma La Douce
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Moon Spinners
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Mon., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Alexander The
Tues.-Young Man With A Horn
Wed.-Doctor In Distress
Thurs.-Fury At Smuggler's Bay
Fri.-The Great Race

Sat.-The Lion
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-
The Rare Breed
Tues.-Gidget Goes Hawaiian
Wed.-The Tall Story
Thurs.-I'll Take Sweden
Fri.-The T.A.M.I. Show
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The Desert
Sat.-Hercules vs. The Mongols
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 p.m.-Jack And
The Beanstalk
Sun.-The Singing Nun
Tues.-I'll Take Sweden
Thurs.-Gidget Goes Hawaiian
Fri.-Incredible Journey

Special Matinees
-All Films AYC-
Saturday, July 2, 1966

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
The Crimson Pirate-Burt Lancaster:
A swashbuckling, romantic story of bold
action in the 18th Century: (Color.)
T-110 mins.

Good Equipment

Is a Must for

Safe Boating

Don't let your boating fun be
dampened-make sure your boat is
properly equipped before you cast
Canal Zone law requires boats to
carry a Coast Guard approved life
saving device for every person
aboard. Motorboats must carry an
approved fire extinguisher and proper
navigation lights.
To add to your comfort and con-
venience, you should also carry
aboard an extra fuel can, a tool kit,
paddle, first aid kit, anchor, and line.
During National Safe Boating
Week-July 3 through 9-all boatmen
are urged to check their craft care-
fully to make sure they are properly
equipped and that the equipment is
in good condition.

Goodbye My Lady-Walter Brennan:
A heart warming story of a growing boy
and his strong attachment for his dog.
T--105 mins.

2:00 p.m.

Son Of Captain Blood-Sean Flynn, Ann
Todd: A rousing adventure of pirates
and square-rigged sailing ships. (Color.)
T-95 mins.

6:15 p.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 spngs.
T-85 mins.

2:00 p.m.

Shoot-Out At Medicine Bend-Randolph
Scott, James Craig: Homesteaders and
Quakers against the crooks and together
they clean up che town.

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.

*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.

Boating is more fun if you do it right,
and proper equipment is vital to competent boat
handling. says Flipper the Skipper, spokesman for
the National Safe Boating Week Committee. How
many of the 13 items of recommended equipment
shown can you name? (turn for answer)
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Page 2

July 1, 1966



By Eleanor Burnham

Jean Milne's book Fiesta Time
takes you on a journey from Mexico
to the tip of South America. If you
consult this book and make your
plans accordingly you can arrange
your schedule to be right on the spot
for each fiesta. Mrs. Milne divides
festivals into three large groups-
religious, civic, and tribal ones. Some
are carefree, some are serious, and
some Indian fiestas are sad events.
Not only active wanderers but arm-
chair travellers can learn a great deal
about Latin American life and tradi-
tions through this book.
I, The King is Frances Parkinson
Keyes' latest historical novel-this
one based on the life of Philip IV of
Spain. Mrs. Keyes' smooth style, skill
in drawing character, and careful
attention to historical detail make this
one of her most distinguished novels.
She already is well-known for her
many other books-some about New
Orleans, Dinner at Antoine's and
Crescent Carnival among them. She
spent three summers in Spain re-
searching for I, The King.
H. R. F. Keating won the Crime
Writers Association award for the
best novel of the year in 1964 and
once again is putting up formidable
competition-this time with Inspector
Ghote's Good Crusade. Keating was
formerly an editor and journalist but
recently resigned his position with
the London Times to spend full time
writing fiction. His new Inspector
Ghotewho-dun-itis one of the results.
Old Powder Man by Joan Williams
tells the story of a man who intro-
duced the extensive use of dynamite
in flood control. This is a long
account of the rise of an individual
to a position of authority and recogni-
tion, his satisfaction with his own
success and the weight of his declin-
ing years which at last bring him
grace and kindness. In the words of
another talented writer, Robert Penn
Warren, Miss Williams "has . .
that last and greatest gift: to move
the heart."
Ivan Sanderson's Book of Great
Jungles tells of the three largest
equatorial forests which exist on this
planet-the Amazon basin in South
America, the area along the Southern
rim of Asia and the "midriff" of
Africa below the Sahara. Sanderson,
a British-born zoologist and natural-
ist, has written other books on jungle
lore. This account appears to be the
culmination of his learning, experi-
ence and of his excitement in the

wonders which he has seen. More
than 100 photographs, drawings, and
engravings, some by Sanderson him-
self, add to the fascination of this

Summer School

Enrollment Is

Highest Ever

This summer the Canal Zone U.S.
summer school program has the
largest enrollment in its history. More
than 2,400 students from grades one
through college are attending classes
at the four summer school centers.
Sixty teachers are conducting 170
classes ranging from first grade read-
ing to marine biology. Courses are
being taken for credit, review, and
enrichment. The two most popular
courses are personal use typing and
driver education.
Classes begin at 8:00 a.m. and run
until 9:30 p.m. The majority of the
college classes have been scheduled
from 4:40 p.m., on so that employed
persons in the community can attend
late afternoons and evenings. The
elementary and secondary classes
generally are scheduled from 8:00
a.m. to 12 noon.
The 8 weeks' program began
June 20 and will end August 12. Two
weeks later, August 26, the Canal
Zone U.S. schools reopen for the
1966-67 school year. Students will
report August 30.
In addition to the summer school,
the Schools Division is also conduct-
ing its annual summer recreation pro-
gram under the direction of Dr.
L. E. Horine, and its annual summer
music program under Dr. Victor Herr.
Although the Canal Zone College
has been offering summer classes for
a number of years, this is only the
third year for the elementary and
secondary schools. In 1964, when the
regular summer school program re-
placed the individual tutoring pro-
gram, nine teachers conducted 25
classes at the one center, Balboa
High School.
Dr. Glen Murphy is the director of
the college summer school. The other
directors and their centers are Mr.
Carl Maedl, Margarita Elementary
School; Roger Michel, Balboa Ele-
mentary School; and Clyde Willman,
Balboa High School.

Nine employees and one military personnel of the Canal Zone, Atlantic side, new members of the Coco Solo
Hospital Blood Bank "Gallon Club" were awarded medallions by Health Bureau Director Col. Roosevelt Cafarelli,
at a ceremony held recently at the Conference Room, Coco Solo Hospital. New "Gallon Club" members shown
with Mrs. J. Pridgen, medical technician in charge of the Coco Solo Blood Bank, are, front row, from left: Bernard
Reid, Selwyn 0. Brown, Terminals Division; Howard Clarke, Industrial Division; Wilbert Dryden, Navigation
Division; Mrs. Pridgen. Back row: Harold Brenner, Industrial Division; Dr. Patrick Tisdale, Coco Solo Hospital;
Capt. Charles F. Neale, U.S. Army, Fort Gulick; Albert Browne, Coco Solo Hospital. "Gallon Club" members not
shown are: John J. Dorsa, Navigation Division; and Curtis George, Electrical Division.

Retirement Party

To Honor Officers

Catron and Bell
A retirement party in honor of
Canal Zone Police Officers James 0.
Catron and Paul M. Bell and their
wives will be given on Friday even-
ing, July 8, at the Gamboa Golf and
Country Club. A steak dinner will be
served at 6:30 p.m., and a program
of entertainment will follow.
Each of the police officers to be
honored that night has over 30 years'
Panama Canal service. Both are
assigned to the Canal Zone Peniten-
tiary at Gamboa.
Reservations may be made by
telephoning 6-426.

Last Week's Visitors

Miraflores Locks ------..
Gatun Locks .---------
Las Cruces,
partial transit, 7 -----.
Reina Manuelita,
partial transits, 1 ...
Summit Gardens visitors
Museum visitors -
Northern Star -------
Fairsky ....
Grand total





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Four employees of the Comptroller's Office were hostesses for a coffee-tea despedida, held at the Albrook AFB
Officer's Open Mess, for Miss Ronnie Dahlhoff, third from right. She is transferring to the Panama Canal Office
in Washington, D.C. Among those who attended were; left to right: Mrs. Levina Dahlhoff, her mother, who works
in the Electrical Division; and Comptroller's Office employees Esther Niskanen; Margaret Janssen; Ronnie;
Dottie Manthorne; and Norma Barkman.

Six Panama Canal employees re-
Subscriptions ceived their retirement certificates
from the Canal organization the past
Your friends and relatives now month.
may subscribe to the weekly PAN- The retirees, their years of service,
AMA CANAL SPILLWAY (or you their positions and places of employ-
may subscribe for them). Cost is ment, are as follows:
$2.60 a year. This includes includes mail- Silvestre Ai;, Boatman, Dredging
ing-by regular il-anywere Division (Pacific side); 24 years,
ing-by regular mail-anywhere in 10 months, 26 days.
the world. Thomas Daley Linehandler, Locks
Checks for subscriptions should Division (Atlantic side); 14 years,
5 months, 16 days.
be made payable to the Panama Gilberto Henriquez, Exterminator,
Canal Company and may. be Sanitation Division .(Pacific side);
mailed to: 25 years, 8 months, 10 days.
James F. McGloin, Fire Lieutenant,
SPILLWAY Subscriptions Fire Division (Atlantic side); 23
Box M years, 22 days.
Ruben Walker, Helper, Refrigera-
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone tion and Air Conditioning Me-
Be sure to include, printed chanic, Maintenance Division (Pa-
the name and address of cific side); 1 year, 10 months, 9
clearly, the name and address of days.
the person to whom the SPILLWAY Randolph M. Wilkingstad, Assistant
is to be sent. Superintendent, Terminals Divi-
sion (Atlantic side); 25 years, 7
months, 23 days.

(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:
"Molly and Me"
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-Kaiser Aluminum Hour
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Social Security In Action
10:30-The Christophers
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Hollywood Wrestling
2:00-Armed Forces Military Report
2:15-Science Report: "Antarctica"
2:30-Phil Silvers Show
3:00-SCN News
3:05-Happy Birthday, America
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Navy History: 1815-1860
6:30-Battle Line
6:55-A Free People
7:15-I've Got A Secret
7:45-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Sammy Davis, Jr., Show
9:00-SCN News
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Carol Plus Two"
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Monday Night Movie:
"Saxon Charm"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-EBF: "Colombia and Venezuela
5:45-Salute to the States:
North Carolina
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
9:05-Safe Boating Week Special
9:30-Ann Sothern Show
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Film Festival:
"The Great Hospital
5:00-SCN Afternoon News

5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-To Tell the Truth
7:30-Assignment Underwater
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Wednesday Night at the Movies:
"Four Desperate Men"
9:50-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-The Third 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:
"Red Stallion in the
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Man In Space
6:30-Bobby Lord Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-"What's My Line?"
7:30-Death Valley Days
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Paragon Playhouse
10:00-Focus on Today
10:20-Friday Night Movie:
"Stanley and Livingston"
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:15-Felix, Crusader, Mack
and Myer
1:55-"Captain Kangaroo"
3:10-Saturday Playhouse:
"Saxon Charm"
4:40-Wonderful World of Golf
5:30-This Is the Life
6:00-Weekend '66
6:30-Wrestling from Olympic
7:21-Greatest Fights of the Century
8:00-Faded Flicks: "Hittin' the
9:00-SCN News
9:05-Lawrence Welk Show
10:00-Focuson Today
10:20-The Tonight Show

Page 3



July 1, 1966

Planning a Boat Trip?

Let Someone Know First

Are you planning a boat trip to
the Perlas Islands, or up and down
the coast, or just out to the bay of
The trip could be a real holiday,
or a nightmare, depending on a great
many things such as the condition of
your boat, the engine or engines, the
weather, and whether you are even
missed, if missing.
If any important factor goes wrong,
you could wind up adrift at sea for a
long time. Whether anyone knows
you are there, in trouble and overdue,
depends on you, Capt. M. J. Prince,
Panama Canal Marine Bureau Direc-
tor emphasizes.
It's a good practice to let a friend,
or relative know your offshore boat-
ing plans before you leave. Let them
know where you plan to go and about
what time you expect to be back,
allowing a few hours' leeway in case
of short delays. Then, if you don't
return when you planned to, the
word can be passed and a search
begun of the area or areas where you
planned to be. The Marine Director
gives another bit of advice: if all
goes well and you return on time, be
sure to advise your contact upon your
return so as to avoid needless alarm
and search.
In the absence of smoke flares or
illuminating flares, a small boat adrift
at sea without a radio is often taken
to be engaged in fishing and in no
Going in tandem with another boat
is suggested as a safeguard. Having
a 2-way radio aboard is good, but not
complete protection, Captain Prince
says, because radios often become
inoperative when most needed.
Search and rescue facilities for
small boaters in this area are limited,
because of lack of Coast Guard
facilities, Captain Prince pointed out.
"This makes it even more important,"
he said, "for boaters to assume more
personal responsibility for their own
safety and the safety of those in their
boats when at sea."
"Avoid the experience three boat-
men had recently when their engine
failed. They had no emergency sig-
naling flares or radio and failed to tell
anyone of their itinerary or expected

Elks to Sponsor 6 Teams
The boys Recreational Basketball
league, sponsored for the 14th con-
secutive summer by the Balboa Elks
Lodge 1414, will begin the week of
July 4th.
Six teams will be chosen by team
captains this week. Any boy wishing
to play should register at the Balboa
Gym. All boys who will be in high
school in September of this year are
eligible, plus those who graduated
the past June.
Games will be played three nights
a week, starting at 4 p.m. The high-
light of the season is the annual Elks
Banquet and Award night.

C.Z. Grads
(Continued from p. 1)
ton, Quarry Heights; and James
Brady, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs.
Joseph C. Brady, Albrook Air Force
Base. Both families recently left the
Two Balboa High School graduates
of 1965 have also received appoint-
ments to the United States military
academies this year. They are: Robert
Prince, son of Panama Canal Marine
Bureau Director Capt. Mortimer J.
Prince and Mrs. Prince, Balboa
Heights, who has been appointed to
the U.S. Naval Academy at Anna-
polis, and Robert T. Dessert, son of
Col. Donald M. Dessert and Mrs.
Dessert, Albrook, appointed to the
Air Force Academy at Colorado

time of return. They were adrift for
3 days before they were accidentally
sighted and approached by another
boat. The last day prior to rescue,
the three men were without food or
water. This is a harrowing experience
you can avoid easily," says Captain
Prince, "by taking some of the simple
precautions mentioned."

Dr. Bryce

(Continued from p. 1)
the social sciences. He won both the
Mankato State Oratorical Contest and
the Minnesota Oratorical Association
Contest in 1960 and was president of
Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary speech
society. Later he was elected to
Who-is-Who in American Colleges-.
Throughout his college career,
both in undergraduate and graduate
schools, Bryce faced personal econ-
omic difficulties daily that would have
caused less dedicated students to
throw up their hands and call it
"I took any type of job to earn
money to meet the expenses," he
relates. "I mowed lawns, painted,
worked as a dishwasher, janitor, at
times taught, worked in a library, and
most anything else available.
"For a while I could afford only
one meal a day and things like an
occasional movie became a luxury."
He continued to work part time to
earn his way at Syracuse University
which he entered in 1961, after a
visit to the Isthmus, and soon set
about carving out even greater
scholastic accomplishments.
Syracuse professors advised him to
work for his doctor's degree without
first getting a master's degree, the
customary step between a bachelor's
degree and a Ph. D. Bryce served
as a graduate teaching assistant in
sociology and economics and worked
as a graduate research assistant.
He was elected vice president of
Omicron Delta Epsilon, economics
honorary society and was a member
also of Alpha Kappa Delta, sociology
honorary group. Before receiving his
Ph. D., he presented numerous re-
search papers to professional forums
and has published papers which he
authored or coauthored.
Dr. Bryce feels that his biggest
accomplishment to date was gaining
his Ph. D. in 8 years while working
to meet all expenses. He also had to
overcome injuries suffered in a traffic
accident that hospitalized him for
some 3 months.
He says he is grateful to his family
and teachers who gave him encour-
When he leaves the Isthmus from
his current visit, the first in 6 years,
Dr. Bryce will take up further studies
in regional economic growth.
Dr. Bryce is not the only scholar in
his family. Brother Roy is completing
his doctoral dissertation in social
anthropology at the University of
California at Los Angeles and next
year will join the faculty of a leading
eastern university. A sister, Celestina,
is a registered nurse at Gorgas Hos-
pital; another sister, Emiline, is a
laboratory technician with a hospital
in Washington, D.C., and a third
sister, Yvonne, is a sociology student
at Howard University.

t .i

July 4th

(Continued from p. 1)
conclude the ceremonies with the
At noon, Battery B of the 22d
Artillery will fire a 50-gun salute at
Clinton Street.
At 1 p.m., the 10th annual swim-
ming meet will be held at Balboa
Pool; sponsored by B.P.O. Elks No.
1414 of Balboa. Trophies and medals
will be presented to winners in events
set for swimmers from 7 to 14 years
Free movies and free trips on the
Las Cruces have been arranged. Free
shows at Margarita, Coco Solo,
Diablo, and Gatun will begin at 2
p.m. These have proved popular with
the children.
Buses will leave the Civil Affairs
Building at 7:40 a.m. and 12:40 and
3:40 p.m. to transport passengers to
Pedro Miguel Landing for rides
aboard Las Cruces. Each trip will
accommodate 200 persons. Each must
have a ticket, and these are available
at the Information Desk in the
Rotunda of the Administration Build-
ing and in the Information Office on
the first floor. Refreshments and
snacks will be sold aboard the boat.
Gatun Boy Scouts and Legionnaires
will participate in a flag raising cere-
mony at the American Legion Club
at 8 a.m. Free coffee and donuts and
sodas will be served. The Fire Divi-
sion will furnish an engine to give
children free rides until noon, accord-
ing to Capt. Samuel Londynsky,
chairman of the events there. There
will be a free lunch at the Gatun
Yacht Club at noon, sponsored by
the Gatun Civic Council.
Coco Solo will feature a parade
which begins at 9:15 a.m. It will
feature the 79th Army Band, military
units from the component commands
on the Atlantic side, Veterans organi-
zations, Scout units, and the Bombero
Atlantic side officials, with Lieu-
tenant Governor Parfitt as a guest
speaker, will review the parade.
Lieutenant Governor Parfitt will be
introduced by Capt. Axton T. Jones,
director, Transportation and Termi-
nals Bureau, Panama Canal. Parade
Marshal will be Col. V. Elmore,
Commandant, School of the Ame-
ricas on the Atlantic side. Chaplain
for the ceremonies will be Norris L.
Einertson, AAIC, of Fort Davis. Fol-
lowing the parade, ceremonies will be
conducted at the Coco Solo Elemen-
tary School. At the conclusion of the
ceremonies, refreshments will be
available, according to Mr. L. J.
Fattorosi, chairman of the Atlantic
side events.


Young ladies to be presented to society at the Guadalupanas Ball are: first
row, left to right, Patricia Prince, Constance Shimp; second row, left to
right, Suzanne Kernan, Bethe Gaudy, and Diana Bembenek.

Five U.S. Debuts

Slated for Ball

Five young ladies from the United
States will be among the 30 to be
presented to society at the Damas
.Guadalupanas Ball at 8 p.m., July 8,
at the Union Club in Panama City.
They are: Miss Diana Marie Bem-
benek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Bembenek of Curundu, C.Z.;
Miss Bethe Tupper Gaudy, daughter
of Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. William T.
Gaudy of Ancon, C.Z.; Miss Suzanne
Ruth Kernan, daughter of Col. and
Mrs. William F. Kernan of Fort
Amador, C.Z.; Miss Patricia Prince,
daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Mor-
timer Prince of Balboa Heights, C.Z.;
and Miss Constance May Shimp,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max L.
Shimp of Panama City.
This year's group of North Amer-
ican debutantes has a wide range of
talents and interests. Miss Bembenek,
18, who plans to study law in the
future, was graduated last month
from Balboa High School and will
attend Canal Zone College next year.
She was born in Ancon, C.Z., and her
father is a civilian employee of the
U.S. Army.
Miss Gaudy, 16, a senior next year
at Balboa High School, is interested
in a literary career. Last year she was
editor of the Balboa High School
literary magazine, Isthmian Inklings.
Born in Washington, D.C., she has
lived in the Canal Zone for 1 year.

IrUC.J. Lon UJ.
So much mail arrived at the Balboa
Heights Post Office last week that
the SPILLWAY is sorry to say it put
the mailmen in the wrong boxes. In
addition to James Harrell, post office
supervisor, those who sorted the L
mountain of mail pictured on the The Stars of "The Music Man," Lt. Comdr. David L. (Davey) Jones, Jr.,
front page of the June 24th edition, USN, and Mrs. Betty Anne Parthenais meet in a rehearsal scene from the
were Neville Fraim and Conrad N. Canal Zone's United Fund 1966 production, cosponsored this year by the
Blades instead of Talmadge Greer Ancon Theater Guild. Lieutenant Commander Jones is Professor Hill and
Mrs. Parthenais, has the role of Marian Paroo, the standoffish librarian.
and Karl Farquharson, as identified "The Music Man" will be presented July 29 to August 4 at the Balboa
in the picture caption. High School Activities Building.

Her father is Assistant Director of
Gorgas Hospital.
Eighteen-year-old Miss Kernan
plans a career as an elementary
schoolteacher. She was graduated in
1965 from St. Mary's Academy in
Alexandria, Va., and will begin her
second year at Canal Zone College
in September. Born in Tacoma,
Wash., she has lived in the Canal
Zone for 1 year. Her father is Deputy
Commander, United States Armed
Forces Southern Command.
Miss Prince, 16, a junior next year
at Balboa High School, is an accom-
plished musician, having studied
flute for 5 years. She was born in
San Diego, Calif., and has lived in
the Canal Zone for 3 years. Her
father is the Marine Bureau director
of the Panama Canal organization.
A 1966 graduate of Balboa High
School, Miss Shimp plans a career as
an airline hostess. She has studied
art for 4 years. Born in Lima, Ohio,
she is 19 years old and will attend
Canal Zone College next year. She
has lived in Panama for 2 years. Her
father is First Secretary and Consul
of the Embassy of the United States.
The Damas Guadalupanas Ball is
held annually by a religious organiza-
tion named for Our Lady of Guada-
lupe, patroness of Mexico and
Central America, to collect funds for
its charity work in El Marafi6n, an
area in the outskirts of Panama City.
The Damas Guadalupanas is
formed by women of Panama and
wives of the diplomatic corps. Pro-
ceeds from the sale of tickets for the
Debutante Ball is the only source of
income for the organization's charity
fund, aside from contributions from
the members. Charity activities in El
Marani6n include cooking and sewing
lessons for members of families of
little means, provision of a good meal
each day for preschool children, and
operation of a vacation camp in
El Valle, Republic of Panama, for
teen-age girls, where lessons and
recreation facilities are provided.

Misses Field, Gaudy
(Continued from p. 1)
a member of the yearbook staff and
editor of the BHS literary magazine,
Isthmian Inklings. Recently the win-
ner of a Merit Certificate in Poetry
from the Atlantic Monthly Magazine,
she is interested in a literary career.
Last summer she worked as a
volunteer aide with the Summer
Recreation Program for Special Edu-
cation Students. She was a member
of the cast of the recent Canal Zone
production of "The Sound Of Music."
Bethe will make her debut at the
Damas Guadalupanas Ball at the
Union Club in Panama City July 8.
Her father is assistant director of
Gorgas Hospital.

Page 4




Vol. V, No. 2 Mas de 50 Aios de Servicios Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 1 de Julio de 1966

En Ambos Lados del Istmo

Se Celebrara el 4 de Julio +
Coloridos desfiles saludarAn en la del Istmo, alas 7:30 p.m., habrA .' "
Zona del Canal, el amanecer del 4 bellos fuegos artificiales. En el lado W
de julio, aniversario 190 de la Decla- Pacifico, se lanzarAn desde la cumbre
raci6n de Independencia de los del Cerro Sosa y en el lado Atlhntico,
Estados Unidos. desde atrisdel CampodeAtletismo de*L
Autoridades civiles y militares pa- la Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal..- -
sarin revista al desfile en Balboa, a La Gran Parada se formarA al pie F .
las 10:30 a.m. Despubs de la parada, del Monumento a Goethals. En ella :,
el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal tomarAn part unidades de los tres
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., hablar6 en servicios militares, la Banda de la
Balboa, mientras que en el sector Fuerza A6rea del Comando Sur, las -
AtlAntico, el Vicegobernador de la bandas del Cuerpo de Bomberos y :'
Zona H. R. Parfitt serA el orador de la Guardia Nacional de Panam-A,
principal, en Coco Solo. La Comu- exploradores, unidades civicas y de :
nidad de Gatiin tendrA tambidn su fraternidades, los Veteranos de las
ceremonia conmemorativa. Guerras Extranjeras y unidades de
Las actividades comenzarAn en el la Legi6n Americana, las reinas de ,,
sector Pacifico, con una exhibici6n los diferentes events de la Zona deldej .roa l i d 1
ecuestre en el Estadio de Balboa. Canal y otros elements entire los .
Esta exhibici6n serA patrocinada por cuales descollarA una lancha de .
el Club de Equitaci6n de Albrook, paseo, cargada de bellisimas bafiis- I
que preside el Teniente Coronel tas, en conmemoraci6n de la Semana ,
Merle Coombs; el Club de Equita- de Seguridad en el Agua. El Coman- Cana c ;
ci6n de Howard, cuyo president es dante del Desfile lo serA el Contra- .
el CapitAn de Fragata Edwin L. Ball, almirante Ralph C. Johnson, Coman- I
y el Club de Equitaci6n de Fort Clay- dante de las Fuerzas de la Armada .-. .
ton, que preside F. S. Rudesheim. de Estados Unidos del Comando Sur. .. i "V-"
Alas 10 a.m., miAs de una docena La parade pasarA por la Calle Bar- "
de miembros del Club Panamericano nebey, marcharA delante de la plata-
de Paracaidismo Deportivo de Fuerte forma donde estarin las autoridades, Una nueva adici6n a la flota intercostal de naves de vagones marines de la Sea-Land Service Inc. hace su primer
Clayton saltarAn sobre la Base A6rea en el Circulo Stevens, hacia la trinsito por el Canal en ruta de Elizabethtown, Nueva Jersey, a la costa occidental de los Estados Unidos.
de Albrook. Avenida Roosevelt. Es el vapor "Oakland", transport de tropas de la II Guerra Mundial convertido, de 17.184 toneladas. Boyd Bros.,
agents en el Canal de PanamA para la flota de naves de vagones marines de la Sea-Land, informa que una de
Para culminar el dia, a ambos lados (Continua en la pdgina 4) estas naves transit el Canal cada semana. Atracan en Balboa para cargar y descargar.

Se Estd Aceptando Solicitudes

Para Emplear Auxiliares Ticnicos

Se estA aceptando solicitudes para
las posiciones de Auxiliar T6cnico,
NM-2 y NM-3, en los campos de car-
tografia, disefio, ingenieria, topogra-
fia y geodesia, seg6n el Anuncio No.
CEO-277, desde esta fecha hasta
nuevo aviso.
Ello fue anunciado por Otto W.
Helmerichs, Jefe de la Oficina Cen-
tral de Empleo de la Junta Coordi-
nadora del Personal Civil de ]a Zona
del Canal.
Los que hagan solicitud para Auxi-
liar Tecnico, NM-2, deberAn haber
tenido 6 meses de experiencia en in-
genieria, biologia o fisica, o en cam-
pos relacionados que les hayan pro-
porcionado la oportunidad de cono-
cer el equipo, m6todos o prActicas
usadas en una o mis de estas posi-
ciones de auxiliares t6cnicos; o debe-
ran haber terminado satisfactoria-
mente un curso secundario superior,
en cuyo program de studios hayan
aprobado cursos completos de fisica

o ciencias naturales, matemAticas,
dibujo o topografia.
En el Nivel NM-3, se necesita 1
afio de la experiencia descrita arriba
o el haber aprobado 1 afio de estu-
dios completos en una universidad
acreditada o en un institute t6cnico
reconocido sobre el nivel de studios
secundarios, que haya incluido 12
semestres horas 6 18 semestres cuar-
tos de hora, en matemrnticas, fisica,
geografia, geologia, ingenieria, topo-
grafia, dibujo, cartografia, geodesia,
navegaci6n, ilustraci6n, arquitectura
o medici6n de bosques.
Todos los solicitantes deberan pa-
sar un examen escrito y ser residents
de la Rep6blica de Panama o de la
Zona del Canal.
Todos los interesados deberAn lle-
nar la Tarieta de Solicitud 513 en la
Oficina Central de Empleo, en Anc6n
o Crist6bal. En esas oficinas podrin
obtenerse copias del anuncio de exA-
menes y los formularios que sean

"iTodos a bordol" cant6 el director, core6grafo y actor Johann Meyer y todos los asientos en el Expreso de River
City se Ilenaron, con destino a un ensayo del "Vendedor de Ilusiones", la producci6n del Fondo Unido de 1966,
copatrocinada por el Theatre Guild de Anc6n. Los asientos que se usarin en la presentaci6n de la obra, son real-
mente de la poca de 1912 y fueron utilizados por muchos afios en el Ferrocarril de PanamA. Los juveniles pasa-
jeros son miembros del elenco de "El Vendedor de Ilusiones" y representan a los nifios de River City. Johann
Meyer es ayudante de la core6grafa de la producci6n, Ana Ludmila Gee. "El Vendedor de Ilusiones" sera
presentado en el Auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa desde el 29 de julio hasta el 14 de agosto.

Cinco Senioritas Estadounidenses

Debutaran el 8 en el Club Union
Cinco sefioritas estaran entire las El grupo de debutantes estadouni-
30 debutantes que serAn presentadas denses de este afio tiene gran varie-
en sociedad en el Baile de las Damas dad de talents e intereses. La Srta.
Guadalupanas, que tendra lugar el Bembenek, de 18 afios, que proyecta
dia 8 de julio, a las 8 de la noche, estudiar leyes en future, se gradu6
en el Club Uni6n de la ciudad de el afio pasado en la Escuela Secun-
Panama. daria de Balboa y asistirA el pr6ximo
Son ellas: Diana Marie Bembenek, afio a la Universidad de la Zona del
hija del Sr. T. J. Bembenek y Sra., Canal. Naci6 en Anc6n y su padre
de Curund6; Bethe Tupper Gaudy, es empleado civil del Ej6rcito de
hija del Coronel (Retirado) William Estados Unidos.
T. Gaudy y Sra., de Anc6n; Suzanne La Srta. Gaudy, de 16 afios, serA
Ruth Kernan, hija del Coronel Wil- una de las graduandas el afio pr6xi-
liam F. Kernan y Sra., de Fuerte mo en la Escuela Secundaria de
Amador; Patricia Prince, hija del Balboa y estA interesada en una ca-
CapitAn Mortimer J. Prince y Sra., rrera literaria. El afio pasado fue
de Balboa Heights; y Constance May Directora de Isthmian Inklings, re-
Shimp, hija del Sr. Max L. Shimp y vista literaria de la Escuela Secun-
Sra., de la ciudad de PanamA. (Continua en la pdgina 4)

Seguridad en el Agua

Tema de un Programa

Que Presentara SCN
Uno de los puntos culminantes que
serAn presentados durante la Semana
Nacional de Seguridad en el Agua,
seri un gran program por la Televi-
sora del Comando Sur, que consistirA
en una formidable pelicula y un panel
de discusi6n. Este sera un proyecto
combinado de la Televisora SCN y
el Comit6 Organizador de la Con-
memoraci6n de la Semana de Segu-
ridad en el Agua de la Zona del
SerA de sumo interns para duefios
de botes y para los que esten pen-
sando en comprar el suyo.
El martes, 5 de julio, a las 9 p.m.,
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Fitzgerald Barnes, tecnico de laboratorio del Ramo de Artes GrAficas, recibe
un certificado de aumento por calidad superior de trabajo de manos de
W. E. Burns, Jefe del Ramo de Artes Graficas, en reconocimiento a su
iniciativa y desempenfo sobresaliente en sus funciones. Barnes ha estado con
la organizaci6n del Canal 24 afios, todos con el Ramo de Artes GrAficas.


S .


Julio 19, 1966

1-Comienza el Torneo Internacional de Pesca de Merlin y Pez Vela que
durari hasta los primeros dias del mes de septiembre.
4-Aniversario de la Independencia de Estados Unidos (1776).
5-Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela (1811).
14-Aniversario de la Toma de la Bastilla. Fiesta Nacional de Francia (1789).
16-17-Fiestas de la Virgen del Carmen, en Taboga, Bocas del Toro, Los
Canelos, Rio Grande, Las Guabas, Pocri, Rio Hato, Juan Diaz,
Chilibre, Nueva Gorgona y Puerto Caimito. En Taboga hay
Procesi6n de la Virgen del Carmen en lanchas.
18-Fiesta Nacional de Espafia.



11:00- Documental
11:30-Johnny Quest
12:00- Peleas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00- Cine en su Casa
3:30- Teleteatro
4:00- Tarde de Toros
6:00- Disneylandia
7:00- Flipper
7:30-El Club de Mickey Mouse
8:00-Domingos Herdez
9:00-Historia del FBI


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Dick Tracy
1:00- Show de la Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30- Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblan
7:00- La Hora Celanese
7'30- Expectaci6n
8:00- Un Largo y Ardiente Verano
9:00- Branded
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 Roblin
7:00- Pombo Pombo-Triqui Triqui
7:30-Los Monstruos
8:00- El Fugitivo
9:00- Embrujada
9:30- Programa Especial
10:30- Ajedrez Fatal


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00- Popeye el Marinero
1:00- Show de ]a Una
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30- Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00- Nueva Cita Musical
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30- Corte Marcial
9:30- La Caldera del Diablo
10:00- Noticias
10:30- Suspenso


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00- El Poderoso Hercules
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-Exitos Musicales
7:30-Jesse James
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
9:30-Historia de Franklin D.
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
9:00-Suefio con Jennie
9:30-Peyton Place
10:30-Ben Casey


11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Resumen de Cartones
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
9-00-Gran Teatro
10:00- Noticias


9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Cl1ebres
10:45-Salvese 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
1:30- Dilogos
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- Tres Patines Show
6:55-InstantAneas 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-Musica y Risas
1:30-Buscando Estrellas
3:30- Documental
4:00-Festival de Cartones
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
5:30--Pginas de Ia 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 Rev6lver
12:15-Musica y Risas
1:30-Para la Familia
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- Tres Patines Show
6:55-InstantAneas 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-Musica y Risas
1:30-Voces del Pueblo
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-InstantAneas Sociales
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
11:00- Patrulla Fantasma

11:45-Rev61ver a la Orden
12:15-Musica y Risas
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--Boite de Tres Patines
6:55-Instantineas Sociales
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 Inter6s Para Usted
1:30-Reprise: Novela de la Tarde
3:45-Cine Hogar
5:30-Programa Especial
6:00-Reino Salvaje
6:30- El Superagente 86
7:00- Noticias
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 Cinematogrifica

En Su Pantalla




Viemes1--. NO SHOW The Sea Chase and 10 p.m.
viees Damn Yankees Two Tickets To Paris

Sabado2..The Sea Chase and NO SHOW The Silver Chalice and
d Damn Yankees Crowded Sky
Domingo 3 The Satan Bug From Russia With Love Woman Of Straw
Lunes 4 .. The Satan Bug Blood On The Arrow Woman Of Straw
Martes 5-- NO SHOW The Walls Of Hell Kiss Me Stupid
Mi6rcoles 6- Blood On The Arrow Breakthrough NO SHOW
Jueves 7 ... The Walls Of Hell NO SHOW NiHauntOfd Palace ast
V-D ieres NO SHOW Man F.B.I. Code 98

Gente en la Noticia

Juan Vicensini, ayudante estudiantil,
esta trabajando en sus vacaciones en
la Unidad de Estudio de Peajes de
la Contraloria del Canal de Panamfi.
Tiene 19 ailos y naci6 en Panama. Se
gradu6 de Bachiller en Ciencias y
Letras en el Colegio de La Salle de
Panama. EstA estudiando fisica en la
Universidad de Notre Dame, en
South Bend, Indiana, Estados Uni-
dos. Le gusta la fisica nuclear y pien-
sa doctorarse en este campo. Su reli-
gi6n es la cat6lica y asiste a la pa-
rroquia del Santuario Nacional, por
quedarle mis cerca de su residencia
en San Francisco de la Caleta. El
joven Vincensini es muy aficionado
al deported y practice la nataci6n, el
baloncesto y el front6n. El deported
que mais le gusta es el front6n, que,
nos dice, es muy popular en los Esta-
dos Unidos. Cuando le preguntamos
sobre ese deported, nos explica que,
a diferencia del tenis, aue se juega
en una cancha dividida con una
malla, el front6n se juega en una
cancha sin divisions y cerrada y se
usan guantes de cuero en vez de
raquetas para golpear la pelota con-
tra una pared. Los pasatiempos favo-
ritos del joven Vincensini son la
buena lectura y la misica clAsica,
particularmente la de Beethoven,
Mozart y Bach. De la muisica clAsica
contemporinea sus compositores pre-
dilectos son Sibelius y Dvorak.

La Srta. Linda Dolores Daniel se encuentra trabajando durante el period
de vacaciones de la Universidad de la Zona del Canal como ayudante estu-
diantil en la Contaduria del Canal de Panama. Naci6 en Panama, el 10 de
febrero de 1947. Sus studios primaries y secundarios los hizo en los plan-
teles respectivos de Paraiso, Zona del Canal. El trabajo de la Srta. Daniel
es el de archive y revision de cuentas. Dice que le agrada este trabajo porque
se relaciona con lo que esti estudiando y le sirve para adquirir experiencia.
Reside en Paraiso con sus padres el Sr. Lyle Daniel y Sra. Jurmen de Daniel
y dos hermanos, Gilberto de 17 afios y George de 22 afios. Sus dos hermanas
estin casadas y resident en los Estados Unidos. La Srta. Daniel pertenece
a la religion anglicana y es miembro de la agrupaci6n "Young Adults" de
la Iglesia Saint Alban, en Paraiso. Es aficionada al teatro, y en la Univer-
sidad es parte integrante del Coro y del Cuadro Escenico. Su primera expe-
riencia en las tablas la tuvo al actuar en la comedia musical "Bells Are
Ringing", que se present en el plantel. Sus pasatiempos favorites son el
cine, el baile, escribir cartas, paseos campestres, mejor dicho, es amante
de todo lo que sea una distracci6n sana. Practice various deportes, entire
ellos bola suave y volibol. Su habilidad como jugadora de volibol ha
hecho que forme part del equipo representative de su Universidad. La Srta.
Daniel, hace various afios ingres6 a la organization de Muchachas Guias, en
Santa Cruz, done vivia. Tuvo muchas experiencias interesantes, antes de
que tuviera que separarse debido a sus studios en la Universidad que no
le dejaban tiempo para otras actividades. Recuerda que una vez, regresando
de El Valle de Ant6n, inexplicablemente se incendi6 el vehiculo en que
viajaban y pasaron un susto mayusculo. Le preguntamos si tiene novio.
Dice que no, inicamente admiradores. Cuando se grade piensa viajar
a los Estados Unidos para visitar a sus hermanas, Cecilia Myers, de El Paso,
Tejas, y Jean Bayley, de Little Rock, Arkansas.

Paigina 2


Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud express.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
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 envlo 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.

Julio 19, 1966


Joven Ex Empleado del Canal

Es Ahora un Gran Academico

Un joven que trabaj6 con el Canal
de PanamA y que dej6 el Istmo en
1957 con grandes ansias de aprender,
regres6 la semana pasada como dis-
tinguido academico .que ha alcanza-
do grandes triunfos.
El Dr. Herrington J. Bryce, que al
present visit a sus parientes y amis-
tades en el Istmo, recientemente reci-
bi6 su doctorado en economic en la
Universidad de Siracusa, Nueva
Consigui6 su doctorado en medio
de una lucha constant contra limi-
taciones econ6micas. Ha demostrado
con hechos que cuando se quiere
algo, no importa lo que cueste, siem-
pre se consigue.
El Dr. Bryce es hijo del Sr. Sim6n
J. Bryce y Sra. Myra de Bryce, resi-
dentes en Paraiso. Su padre ha estado
trabajando con la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor durante 30 afios.
En la Escuela Ocupacional de La
Boca, donde se gradu6 en 1955,
Bryce se hizo notar por su gran habi-
lidad. Fue president de su clase, en
Decimo y Und6cimo Grado, fue di-
rector jefe del anuario de la escuela
y fue escogido por sus compafieros
como el que tenia mas probabilida-
des de triunfar.
Cuando termin6 su secundaria en-
tr6 a trabajar, como oficinista de
existencias en la Contaduria del
Canal de PanamA, donde su talent
e industriosidad le valieron un as-
censo a una posici6n de mayor res-
ponsabilidad, en la Oficina del Teso-
rero Joseph C. Turner. El Dr. Bryce
convers6 con el Sr. Turner durante
una visit que le hizo en el Edificio
de Administraci6n, la semana pasada.
Sus ansias por una mayor educa-
ci6n hicieron que Bryce regresara a
la escuela en 1957. Sus primeros
pass en la educaci6n superior los
dio en la Universidad del Estado,
en Mankato, Minnesota, donde se
licenci6 en economic y sociologia y
recibi6 cr6ditos en historic y ciencias
En 1960 se licenci6 con honors y
fue designado por la facultad como
el alumno mas sobresaliente en cien-

Gotas de Historia
Julio 19, 1904-Por orden del Gober-
nador, la Zona del Canal fue divi-
dida en seis distritos municipales.
Cuatro ya existian, los dos nuevos
fueron Anco6n y Crist6bal.
Julio 19, 1905-John F. Stevens, su-
cedi6 a John F. Wallace como In-
geniero Jefe de la Comisi6n del
Canal Istmico.
Julio 1., 1940-Se comenzaron los
trabajos del Tercer Juego de Esclu-
sas, cuando la Draga "Cascadas"
empez6 las excavaciones en Cocoli,
en el sector Pacffico.
Julio 5, 1898-Pedro J. Sosa, famoso
ingeniero panamefio, muri6 trAgi-
camente en el mar, en el desastre
del paquebote francs "La Bour-

cias sociales. En 1960 gan6 el Con-
curso de Oratoria de esa universidad
y tambi6n el Concurso de la Asocia-
ci6n de Oratoria del Estado. Fue
ademAs, elegido president de Tau
Kapa Alfa, una sociedad honorifica
de ratoria. MAs tarde, su nombre
fue inscrito en el libro "Quien es
Quien en las Universidades de Esta-
dos Unidos."
Durante toda su carrera universi-
taria, Bryce se enfrent6 a dificultades
econ6micas que hubieran hecho re-
nunciar a sus studios a cualquier
El dice que "hacia cualquier tra-
bajo que le diera a ganar dinero para
enfrentarse a los gastos". Agrega
"cort6 hierba, pint6, lav6 plates, fui
portero, algunas veces ensefi6, trabaj6
en la biblioteca, en fin hice de todo
lo imaginable. Durante un tiempo
comi una vez al dia. El ir al cine, se
convirti6 en un lujo que no podia
darme sino en muy raras ocasiones".
Continue trabajando para pagar
sus studios en la Universidad de
Siracusa, donde entr6 en 1961, luego
de una visit al Istmo, y pronto em-
pez6 a sentir el deseo de adquirir
conocimientos ain mis grandes.
Sus profesores le aconsejaron que
trabajara para conseguir su docto-
rado. Bryce sirvi6 como professor asis-
tente en sociologia y economic y
sirvi6 ademas como professor ayu-
dante en material de investigaciones.
Fue elegido vicepresidente de
Omicron Delta Epsilon, sociedad
honorifica de economic y tambi6n fue
miembro de la sociedad honorifica
de sociologia Alfa Kapa Delta. Antes
de recibir su doctorado, present
numerosos trabajos de investigaci6n
en foros profesionales y ha publicado
varies de los que es autor o coautor.
El Dr. Bryce, consider que su
mayor logro ha sido conseguir su
doctorado en 8 ailos, mientras tra-
bajaba para enfrentarse a los gastos.
Tambien tuvo que sobreponerse a le-
siones que sufri6 en un accident de
trAnsito, que lo hicieron permanecer
hospitalizado durante 3 meses.
EstA sumamente agradecido a su
familiar y a sus maestros por el aliento
que le infundieron.
Cuando termine su present visit
al Istmo, la primer en 6 afios, el
Dr. Bryce piensa seguir estudiando
crecimiento econ6mico regional.
El Dr. Bryce no es el inico aca-
d6mico de la familiar. Su hermano
Roy estA terminando su tesis para
obtener su doctorado en antropolo-
gia social en la Universidad de Cali-
fornia, en Los Angeles y el afio en-
trante, ingresara al claustro de pro-
fesores de una important universi-
dad del este de Estados Unidos. Una
hermana, Celestina, es enfermera
graduada y presta servicios en el Hos-
pital Gorgas; otra hermana, Emiline,
es t6cnica de laboratorio, en un hos-
pital de la Ciudad de Washington,
y una tercera hermana, Yvonne, estu-
dia sociologia en la Universidad de

El Dr. Herrington J. Bryce (izquierda) y su antiguo jefe Joseph C. Turner,
Tesorero del Canal de PanamA, aparecen juntos discutiendo estadisticas
sobre las operaciones del Canal. El Dr. Bryce regres6 al Istmo a visitar
familiares y amigos despu6s de recibir su Doctorado en Economia en la
Universidad de Siracusa. El Dr. Bryce dice que ha encontrado muchas cosas
nuevas, entire ellas el Puente Thatcher Ferry sobre el Canal y las luces del
Campo de Juegos de Paraiso. A su regreso a los Estados Unidos, estudiara
crecimiento econ6mico regional, que 61 consider vital para el adelanto
de los paises de la America Latina.

Los Jubilados de Junio

Recibieron Certificados

En Ceremonia Especial
Seis empleados del Canal de Pa-
nama recibieron sus certificados de
jubilaci6n el mes pasado.
H6 aqui sus nombres, afios de ser-
vicio, posiciones y lugares de empleo:
Silvestre Avil6s, Botero, Divisi6n de
Dragas, sector Pacifico; 24 afios,
10 meses, 26 dias.
Thomas Daley, Pasacables, Divisi6n
de Esclusas del sector Atlantico;
14 afios, 5 meses, 16 dias.
Gilberto Henriquez, Exterminador,
Division de Sanidad, sector Paci-
fico; 25 afios, 8 meses, 10 dias.
James F. McGloin, Teniente de Bom-
beros, Divisi6n de Bomberos, sec-
tor AtlAntico; 23 afios, 22 dias.
Ruben Walker, Ayudante Mecanico
de Refrigeraci6n y Acondiciona-
miento de Aire, sector Pacifico;
1 afio, 10 meses, 9 dias.
Randolph M. Wikingstad, Ayudante
del Superintendente, Divisi6n de
Terminales, sector Atlantico; 25
afios, 7 meses, 23 dias.


Esclusas de Miraflores .-.
Esclusas de Gatdn .-_ __.
Las Cruces, 7 viajes
Reina Manuelita, 1 viaje -
Jardines de Summit -__.
Biblioteca-Museo- ___
Northern Star_ .-__
Fairsky -_ _- -.
Gran Total .



James N. Cook

Ascendido J. N. Cook

En Div. de Escuelas
La Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles
ha dado a conocer el ascenso de
James N. Cook a la posici6n de Sub-
jefe de Instrucci6n de las Escuelas
Secundarias Estadounidenses.
Reemplaza a David A. Speir, Jr.,
quien ha sido ascendido al cargo de
Ayudante del Superihtendente de las
Escuelas Estadounidenses.
Cook posee various titulos de la
Universidad Marshall. Asisti6 tam-
bi6n a la Escuela preparatoria de la
Universidad de St. Petersburg, a la
Universidad Concord y a la Univer-
sidad de Virginia.
Ensefi6 en Bailesville, West Vir-
ginia, y St. Petersburg, Florida, antes
de venir a la Zona del Canal en 1960.
Ha sido professor de ciencias y con-
sejero en la Escuela Secundaria de

Cerro Pehia, de unos 2.500 pies de
altura, en la Cordillera de la Provin-
cia de Cocld, sirve de asiento a una
pequefia comunidad indigena, que
lleva su nombre. Todos los habitantes
son de la raza tipica del mestizo pa-
namehio, casi indio puro con cierta
parte de espafiol. De corta estatura y
muy trabajadores. Pero la caracteris-
tica principal: casi todos son de la
misma familiar y se apellidan Cherigo.

Cerro Maiz es uno de los miles de
cerros que forman la gran Cordillera
del Tabasard, en la Provincia de Chi-
riqui. Cuando se ba/a de ese cerro en
direcci6n a Tole y se llega hasta lo
mrds profundo del valle donde corre
el Rio Maiz, el espectdculo que se ve
es sumamente parecido al Gran
Cafi6n del Colorado, s6lo que es en

El Capitin Paul Leffler, a la izquierda, recibe su licencia ilimitada de
PrActico del Canal de Panama, en la oficina del Director de Marina. Entrega
la licencia el Capitin Chester E. Briggs, Jr., Director de Marina Interino.

P M .. t ,,

El equipo de pista y campo, representative de la Escuela Intermedia de
Paraiso, se prepare para las grande competencias entire alumnos de ese
plantel y los de la Escuela Intermedia de Rainbow City, que se efectuaran
el 1 de julio, comenzando a las 4:15 de la tarde en el campo de juegos de
Paraiso. De izquierda a derecha: Jos6 Butcher, Renaldo Stennett y
Ernesto Lewis.

Various Jovenes de la Localidad

Estudiaran en Escuelas Militares

Por lo menos nueve de los miem-
bros de la graduaci6n de 1966 de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa ban
sido aceptados en academias milita-
res de los Estados Unidos, despubs
de haber aprobado los estrictos re-
querimientos escolAsticos y fisicos de
rigor en esos planteles.
Tres irnn a la Academia Naval de
los Estados Unidos en Annapolis,
Maryland, y ya ingresaron a la clase
de los plebess" esta semana, para
recibir adoctrinamiento military du-
rar.te el verano. Los nuevos cadetes
de la escuela naval son: LaMar T.
Sizemore, Jr., hijo del Teniente Coro-
nel LaMar Sizemore y Sra., de Fuerte
Amador; James Pickering, hijo del
Director de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n del Canal de Panama, Coronel
Ellis E. Pickering y Sra. Dorothy
Pickering; y Gabriel Hernandez, Jr.,
hijo de Gabriel HernAndez y Sra.
Fanny de HernAndez, de la Ciudad
de Panama.
John Brigadier, hijo del Teniente
Coronel Mort B. Brigadier y Sra., de
Quarry Heights; y William Alexander
Coy, hijo del Sr. Richard Coy y Sra.
Frede Coy, de Balboa, fueron acepta-
dos en la Academia Militar de Esta-
dos Unidos, en West Point, Nueva
York. Los nuevos cadetes deberAn
presentarse en West Point, a prin-
cipios de julio, para recibir orienta-
ci6n military durante el verano.
R. Keith Griffall, hijo del Sargento
Mayor Peter Griffall, Jr., y Sra. de
la Base de la Fuerza A6rea de
Howard; y Robert T. Thomas, hijo
de R. T.. Thomas (q.e.p.d.) y Sra.,
antiguos residents de Gat6n, han

"jEst. 4.b. w.I ~

sido asignados a la Academia de la
Marina Mercante de Estados Uni-
dos, en Kings Point, Nueva York y
deberan presentarse en agosto.
Dos miembros de la graduaci6n de
1966 fueron aceptados en la Acade-
mia de la Fuerza Adrea, en Colorado
Springs, Colorado. Son ellos Richard
Harrington, hijo del Coronel R. E.
Harrington y Sra., de Quarry Heights;
y James Brady, hijo del Teniente Co-
ronel Joseph C. Brady, de la Base de
la Fuerza A6rea de Albrook. Ambas
families partieron del Istmo recien-
Dos de los graduados de 1965 de
la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa tam-
bien han sido aceptados este afio en
academias militares de Estados Uni-
dos. Son ellos: Robert Prince, hijo
del Director de Marina del Canal de
Panama, Capitin Mortimer J. Prince
y Sra. Cynthia Prince, de Balboa
Heights, quien ingresarA a la Acade-
mia Naval de Annapolis, y Robert T.
Dessert, hijo del Coronel Donald M.
Dessert y Sra., de Albrook, que in-
gresara a la Academia de la Fuerza
Area, en Colorado Springs.

Consejos de Interes

Para Duefios de Botes
No deje que el placer de un paseo
en bote se le dafie. Asegurese de que
su bote est6 debidamente equipado
antes de zarpar.
La ley de la Zona del Canal exige
que los botes lleven a bordo un sal-
vavidas aprobado por los reglamen-
tos de la Guardia de Costa, por cada
una de las personas que est6n a
bordo. Los botes a motor deberAn
llevar ademas, extintores de incendio
aprobados y luces de navegaci6n
Para su comodidad y conveniencia,
tambien deberA llevar usted a bordo
una lata extra de combustible, una
caja de herramientas, remos, un boti-
quin, una ancla y suficiente soga.
Durante la Semana Nacional de
Seguridad en el Agua-del 3 al 9 de
julio-se exhorta a todos los duefios
de botes a que los examine cuida-
dosamente para ver si estAn equipa-
dos debidamente y si el equipo esta
en buenas condicioies.

Pagina 3


Julio 19, 1966


Jovencitas estadounidenses que seran presentadas" en sociedad durante el
Baile de las Damas Guadalupanas, que tendrA lugar el 8 de julio en el Club
Uni6n de la Ciudad de PanamA. De izquierda a derecha: Suzanne Kernan,
Diana Bembenek, Bethe Gaudy, Constance Shimp y Patricia Prince.

Celebraran el 4 de Julio
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
En la tribune de revista, la banda
de la Fuerza A6rea tocarA de las
11:20 a las 11:30 a.m. El Muy Reve-
rendo R. Heber Gooden dir. la
invocaci6n y el Explorador Mayor
Robert M. Hogan dira el Juramento
a la Patria. El Maestro de Ceremo-
nias, Sargento Mayor Theodore Hunt
harA la presentaci6n del orador prin-
cipal, el Gobernador Robert J.
Fleming, Jr. El Muy Reverendo
Gooden terminarA el acto, impartien-
do la bendici6n.
Al mediodia, la Bateria B del 22
de Artilleria dispararA, desde la Calle
Clinton, un saludo de 50 cafionazos.
A la 1 p.m., tendrA lugar la Decima
Competencia Anual de Nataci6n, en
la Piscina de Balboa, patrocinada por
B.P.O. Elks N 1414 de Balboa. Se
entregarAn medallas y trofeos a los
ganadores de los events.
Se ban hecho arreglos para que
haya cine gratis y viajes, tambi6n
gratis, en la lancha Las Cruces. El
cine gratis comenzarA a las 2 p.m.,
en Margarita, Ccco Solo, Diablo y
Los omnibuses saldrAn del Edificio
de Asuntos Civiles a las 7:40 a.m.,
a las 12:40 p.m. y a las 3:40 p.m.,
para los viajes a bordo de la lancha
Las Cruces. Cada viaje acomodara un
mAximo de 200 personas. Cada per-
sona deberA entregar un boleto que
podrA conseguirse completamente
gratis en el Escritorio de Informaci6n
en la Rotonda del Edificio de
Los Exploradores y Legionarios de
Gat6n, harAn los honores en la cere-
monia de la izada de la bandera, a
las 8 a.m., en el Club de la Legi6n
Americana de Gat6n. El Capitin
Samuel Londynsky, president del
comit6 de festejos de Gatmn ha decla-
rado que un carro bomba brindarA
paseos gratis a los nifios hasta el
mediodia. A esa hora, el Consejo
Civico de Gatun ofrecerA un almuer-
zo gratis a los residents, en el Club
de Yates de Gatuin.
La parada se iniciarA en Coco Solo,
a las 9:15 a.m. TomarAn parte en ella
la Banda 79 del Ej6rcito, unidades
militares del sector AtlIntico, orga-
nizaciones de Veteranos, unidades de
exploradores y la Banda del Cuerpo
de Bomberos de Col6n.
PasarAn revista a la parada fun-
cionarios del sector AtlAntico con el
Vicegobemador H. R. Parfitt a la
cabeza. El Vicegobernador Parfitt,
orador principal, serA presentado por
el CapitAn Axton T. Jones, Director
de Transporte y Terminales del
Canal de PanamA. El Comandante de
la Parada lo sera el Coronel V.
Elmore, Comandante de la Escuela
de las Americas del lado Atlantico.
ActuarA de capellAn durante la cere-
monia Norris L. Einertson, AAIC, de
Fuerte Davis. Despues del desfile,
las ceremonies tendrAn lugar en la
Escuela Primaria de Coco Solo. Al
terminar las ceremonies, habrA re-
frescos, dcclar6 el Sr. L, J. Fattorosi,
president del comit6 de events del
sector AtlAntico.

Cinco Sefioritas

(Viene de la pdgina 1)

daria de Balboa. Naci6 en Washing-
ton, D.C., y tiene 1 afio de residir
en la Zona del Canal. Su padre es
Subdirector del Hospital Gorgas.
La Srta. Kernan, de 18 afios, pro-
yecta ser maestra de escuela prima-
ria. Se gradu6 en 1965 en la Acade-
mia Santa Maria de Alexandria, Vir-
ginia, y comenzarA en septiembre su
segundo afio en la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal. Naci6 en Tacoma,
Washington, y tiene 1 afio de residir
en la Zona del Canal. Su padre es
alto official en el Comando Sur de
las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados
La Srta. Prince, de 16 afios, gra-
duanda de la Escuela Secundaria
de Balboa, es artist consumada, toca
muy bien la flauta, instrument que
ha estudiado durante 5 afios. Naci6
en San Diego, California, y tiene
3 afios de vivir en la Zona del Canal.
Su padre es Director de Marina del
Canal de Panama.
La Srta. Shimp, de 19 afios, es una
de las graduadas de 1966 de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Balboa y suefia
con ser aeromoza. Tiene 4 afios de
studios de arte. Naci6 en Lima,
Ohio, y el pr6ximo afio ingresarA a
la Universidad de la Zona del Canal.
Tiene 2 afios de vivir en PanamA. Su
padre es el Primer Secretario y
C6nsul en la Embajada de los Estados
El Baile de las Damas Guadalu-
panas lo celebra anualmente la orga-
nizaci6n religiosa de ese nombre, con
el fin de colectar fondos para sus
actividades caritativas en el barrio
del Marafi6n, de la ciudad de
Las Damas Guadalupanas son dis-
tinguidas sefioras de PanamA y espo-
sas de miembros del Cuerpo Diplo-
mAtico. El product de la venta de
boletos para el Baile de las Debu-
tantes es la 6nica fuente de ingresos
para el fondo de caridad de la orga-
nizaci6n, ademas de las contribucio-
nes personales de las damas miem-
bros. Sus actividades de caridad en
el Marafi6n incluyen lecciones de
cocina y costura para families de
escasos recursos, suministro de un
buen desayuno diario para los nifios
en edad preescolar y un campamento
de vacaciones en El Valle, Repdblica
de PanamA, para jovencitas.

Seguridad en el Agua

(Viene de la pdgina 1)

se presentarA la pelicula de la Cruz
Roja "Botes, Motores y Gente".
Durante ese program, un panel inte-
grado por el CapitAn Mortimer J.
Prince, Director de Marina del Canal
de PanamA, Robert Heddaeus, co-
mandante del Escuadr6n de Botes
de Placer a Motor del sector Pacifico,
y Loron B. Burnham, antiguo co-
mandante del escuadr6n, discutirA
todas las reglas que deben imperar
en la navegaci6n por placer para que
sea un deported seguro,

Carl A. Widell, de Subjefe Especialista,
Asuntos Administrativos (Personal), Ofi-
cina Central de Empleo, a Juez, en el
Juzgado de Crist6bal.

Frederic J. Berest, de Guia de la Zona del
Canal a Subjefe Guia de la Zona del
Canal. '
Andr6s B. Britton. Jr., de Mozo de Oficio,
Servicio de Comidas, Direcci6n de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, Divisi6n de
Abastos, a Mensajero.
John G. Bing, de Subjefe, Secci6n de Caia,
a Jefe de la Secci6n de Caja, Imprenta.
Robert L. Coffey, de Contador a Subjefe
Mary Haughton, de Encargada de Mostra-
dor, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, a Operaria de Equipo de
Oficina, Secci6n de Planillas y Conta-
bilidad Mecanica.
David A. Phlatts, de Operario de Equipo
de Contaduria, Secci6n de Planillas y
Contabilidad MecAnica, a Jefe de Ope-
raciones de Equipo de Contaduria.
Division de Levantamiento de Datos
Alfredo E. Gibbs, de Operario de Equipo
de Contaduria, Divisi6n de Levanta-
miento de Datos, a Operario de Equipo
Electrico de Contabilidad.
Edmond F. Johnson, de Operario de Equipo
Electrico de Contabilidad a Subjefe Ope-
rario de Equipo Electrico de Contabili-
May V. Adonican, de Operario de Equipo
de Contaduria a Operario de Equipo
El6ctrico de Contabilidad.
Auditoria General
Gregory G. Cartotto, de Subjefe Escrutador
de Reclamos (General), Ramo de Recla-
mos, a Jefe del Ramo de Reclamos.
Direcci6n de Personal
Nereida C. Carmona, de Oficinista-Meca-
n6grafa, Divisi6n de Operaciones, a Ofi-
cinista (Traductora), Personal Ejecutivo
de Previsi6n Social para las Comunida-
des Latinoamericanas.

Division de Navegaci6n-Cuerpo de
PrActicos del Canal
Clive W. Lewis, de PrActico del Canal a
Ayudante del CapitAn de Puerto.
Vincent A. Gald6n, de PrActico del Canal
(Aprendiz) a PrActico del Canal-Limi-
tado a barcos de 225 pies.
Robert L. Currie, de PrActico del Canal-
Limitado a barcos de 225 pies, a PrAc-
tico del Canal-Limitado a barcos de
526 pies.
Division de Navegaci6n
Ruth P. Huldtquist, de Oficinista de Con-
tabilidad a Subjefe Oficinista, Contabi-
Ronald E. Angermuller, de Inspector de
Aduana, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles,
a Ayudante Arqueador.
Luz G. Joly, de Oficnista-Esten6grafa a
Anotadora EstenogrAfica.
Clarence G. Rogers, de Marinero (Lancha
Motora) a Marinero.
Clarence J. Bascumnbe, de Botero, Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, a
Lubricador (Planta de Equipo Flotante).
Clarence F. Thorne, de Pasabarcos a Capa-
taz Pasabarcos (Contramaestre).
Oficina del Director
June A. Stevenson, de Secretaria, Esten6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Esclusas-Oficina del
Jefe, a Oficinista, Estadisticas (Esteno-
Division de Esclusas-Oficina del Jefe
Truman H. Hoenke, de Subjefe Ingeniero
General, Superintendente, sector Paci-
fico, a Subjefe Ingeniero General (Jefe
de la Divisi6n de Esclusas).
Lawrence Barca, de Ingeniero General a
Subjefe Ingeniero General.
Division de Esclusas
Sharon L. Schmidt, de Oficinista-Esten6-
grafa a Secretaria, Esten6grafa.
James J. Roddy, de Electricista a Operario
de Esclusas (Electricista).
John A. McNatt, de Electricista a Operario
de Esclusas (Electricista).
Harrell Y. B. Parsons, de Operario de Loco-
motora de Remolque a Operario de Es-
clusas (MecAnico Tornero).
FMlix Karpinski, de Operario de Esclusas
(Mecanico Tornero) a Capataz Operario
de Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero).
Burris J. Rice, de Subjefe Oficinista de
Abastos a Subjefe Ayudante de Servi-
cios Administrativos.
Walter D. Johnston, de Primer Capataz
Carpintero a Capataz General de Car-
Thomas J. Ebdon, de Subjefe Ingeniero
General a Subjefe Ingeniero General, Su-
perintendente, Ramo Pacifico.
Homer A. Sneckenbcrger, de Capataz Ge-
neral, Operaci6n de las Esclusas (Meca-
nica) a Superintendente, Mantenimiento
de Esclusas.
Justo E. Jaslin, de Pasacables a Botero.
Aristides L6pez, de Botero a Botero (Es-
Division Industrial
Martin H. Geisler, de Mecinico Tornero
(NAutico) a Fabricante de Herramientas.
Vincent F. Bamundo, de Mecainico Tornero
(NAutico) a Primer Capataz MecAnico
Tornero (Naiutico).
Wendell W. Bosley, de Armador de Buques
a Proyectista y Calculador (Calderero-
Armador de Buques).
William A. Rankin, de Armador de Buques
a Capataz Armador de Buques.
Fred R. Trout, de Soldador a Capataz
Romelio O'Neill, Encargado de Cuarto de
Herramientas, Direcci6n de Abastos y
Servicios Comunales, a Encargado de
Cuarto de Herramientas.

Division de Terminales
Alejandro Sheperd, de Lubricador, Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n a
Rodolfo R. Avila, de Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados-Erradicaci6n de Plagas), Direc-
ci6n de Salubridad, a Estibador.
Armando Alvarado, de Obrero (Trabajos
Pesados), Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales, a Estibador.
Agapito Guerrero Luis A. Amor, de Pasa-
barcos, Direcci6n de Marina, a Estibador,.

Winston J. Mitchell, de Marcador de Carga
a Verificador de Carga.
Allen T. Hamlin, de Oficinista, Direcci6n
de Salubridad, a Oficinista-Mecan6grafo.
Samuel S. Payne, de Obrero, Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n, a Estibador.
Herbert 0. Senior, de Pasacables, Direcci6n
de Marina, a Estibador.
Ralph Anderson, de Primer Capataz Ope-
rario de Montacargas de Trinche a Sub-
jefe Oficinista (Carga).
Daniel Moodie, de Obrero, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Coinunales. a Esti-
Cayetano Carrasco, Operario de MAquina
Enfriadora de Leche, Direcci6n de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, a Obrero
(Trabajos Pesados).
Division de Transporte a Motor
CUsar A. Payne, de Principiante (Ayudante
de MecAnico Automotor-Carroceria y
Guardafangos) a Ayudante de MecAnico
Automotor (Carroceria y Guardafangos).
Eric J. Walton, Jr., de Principiante (Repa-
rador de Equipo Automotor) a Repara-
dor de Equipo Automotor.
Ralph E. Farnsworth, de Especialista en
Equipo Automotor a Especialista en
Equipo (Herramientas de Maquinaria).
Division de Abastos
Clarence N. Brin Y., de Oficinista de Abas-
tos a Subjefe Oficinista de Abastos.
Edith V. Britton, de Planchadora de Ropa
Lisa a Planchadora de Ropa a Vapor.
Oliver L. Bailey, de Oficinista a Oficinista
de Abastos.
Leticia Gonzilez, de Planchadora de Ves-
tidos a Planchadora de Camisas.
Cecil F. Haynes, de Subjefe Oficinista a
Oficinista de Abastos. ,
Basil Agard, de Operario de Equipo de
Oficina a Oficinista.
Caroline N. Hook, Harold D. Spencer, Roy
Elliot, de Oficinista de Abastos (Meca-
n6grafo) a Oficinista de Abastos.
Martha Hudson, de Ayudante Cocinera a
Terencio Flores, de Aseador a Mozo de
Stanford M. Clement, de Mensajero a Ofici-
nista de Abastos.
Jocelyn A. Brown, de Mozo, Servicio de
Comidas (Hospital), Direcci6n de Salu-
bridad. a Ayudante Panadero.
Ernesto 0. Ach6n, de Oficinista de Conta-
bilidad a Ayudante Contador.
Jose L. Chamizo, de Cuidador de Animales,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, a Pintor (Man-
Mary H. Foster, de Subjefe Oficinista, Con-
tabilidad, a Subjefe Ayudante de Abastos
Division de Servicios Comunales
Dorothy A. Bryant, de Oficinista-Mecan6-
grafa, Contraloria, a Oficinista, Asuntos
de Personal (General-Mecanografia).
Domingo Gonzalez, de Operario de Equipo
de Mantenimiento de Predios a Operario
de Tractor.
Julio F. JordAn, de Sepulturero a Podador.
Pablo Parra, Moises V. Grueso, Felicindo
Hinestroza, Rupert A. Carr, Andres Pe-
ralta, Bernardino De Le6n, Adalberto J.
Rodriguez, de Obrero a Operario de
Equipo de Mantenimiento de Predios.
Sergio Camafio, de Aseador a Recolector
de Basura.
Ernest A. Williams, de Obrero a Operario
de Equipo Pequefio de Mantenimiento
de Predios.
James E. Corbin, de Operario de Equipo
Pequefio de Mantenimiento de Predios
a OPerario de Equipo de Mantenimiento
de Predios.

Division de Electricidad
Gordon A. Updyke, de Capataz de Turnos
(Operaciones-Mecanicas) a Jefe Opera-
rio, Pruebas MecAnicas (Sistema de Ener-
gia El6ctrica).
Kenneth G. Clement, de Trabaiador de
Planta Elaboradora de Leche, Direcci6n
de Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a
Ayudante Mecinico Tornero (Manteni-
Walter R. Weeks, Jocelyn Decosta, Henry
Bradfield, de Encargado de Existencias
a Oficinista de Abastos.
Division de Dragas
George M. Reynolds, de Primer Ayudante
Maquinista, Draga de Cangilones, a Pri-
mer Maquinista, Remolcador.
Thomas B. Idol, de Jefe de Guardias a Des-
pachador (Equipo Flotante).
Cecil A. Archibold, de Oficinista a Ofici-
Miguel A. Ruiz, de Auxiliar de Topografia
a Marinero.
Francisco G. Rivera, de Obrero (Trabajos
Pesados), Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales, a Carpintero.
Escanio Santos, de Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos), Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, a Botero.
Edmund N. Smith, Irving R. King, de Fo-
gonero (Planta Flotante), a Lubricador
(Planta de Equipo Flotante).
Leonard A. Kirton, Operario de Lancha a
CapitAn de Lancha Motora.
Nemesio Guardia, de Marinero a CapitAn
de Lancha Motora.
Carlos E. Ortega G., de Marinero a Primer
Joseph N. Edwards, de Carpintero a Capa-
taz Carpintero.
Division de Mantenimiento
Jerry D. Boswell, Capataz MecAnico de Re-
frigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de Aire
a Primer Capataz MecAnico de Refrige-
raci6n y Acondicionamiento de Aire.
Herschel N. Johnson, de MecAnico de Re-
frigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de Aire
a Capataz MecAnico de Refrigeraci6n y
Acondicionamiento de Aire.
Abdiel 0. Icaza, de Aforador de Combus-
tibles Liquidos, Direcci6n de Transporte
y Terminales, a Operario de Sistema de
Federic M. Dowden, de Dependiente de
Estaci6n de Servicio (Gasolinera), Di-
recci6n de Transporte y Terminales, a
David C. Robinson, de Encargado de Man-
tenimiento a Carpintero.
Carlos Rice, de Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
a Ayudante Montador de Tuberia.
Oliver F. R. Ifil, de Ayudante Operario de
Esclusas, Direcci6n de Marina, a Encar-
gado de Mantenimiento.
Eldon H. Squires, de Operario de Equipo
Agricola, Direcci6n de Abastos v Servi-
cios Comunales, a Operario de Tractor.
Louis Hall, de Lijador con Chorro de Arena
a Pintor.
Clyde E. Boxill. de Fabricante de Pinturas
y Bamrnices a Pintor.
John H. Blades,'de Encargado de Mante-
nimiento, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales, a Encargado de Man-
Division de Construcci6n
Shirley K. Finlason, de Ayudante Oficinista
a Subjefe Ayudante Administrativo (Con-

Division de Estudios Sobre Canal a Nivel
Ernesto Blake, de Oficinista, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, a Ofici-
nista de Abastos.
Em6rito Secaida, de Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados-Erradicaci6n de Plagas), Direc-
ci6n de Salubridad, a Guardia.
Daniel Del Rio G., de Obrero, Direcci6n
de Transporte y Terminales, a Guardia.
Earl D. Hines, de Marcador de Carga, Di-
recci6n de Transporte y Terminales, a
Albert A. Waisome, de Marinero, Direcci6n
de Marina, a Guardia.
Katherine T. Purdy, de Oficinista, Asuntos
M6dicos (Estenografia), Direcci6n de
Salubridad, a Oficinista-Esten6grafa.
Joseph M. Corrigan, de Subjefe Inspector
de Sanidad, Direcci6n de Salubridad, a
Subjefe Inspector de Sanidad.
Edward J. Russell, Jr., de Oficinista del
Registro de Propiedad, Divisi6n de Dra-
gas, a Ayudante de Registro de Pro-
Division de Escuelas
Zobeida Abrego, Rub6n Martin, Charlotte
T. Phillips, Col6n Guardia, de Maestro
Sustituto, Escuelas Latinoamericanas, a
Maestro de Escuela Secundaria Latino-
Enrigue Marcos-Hermoso, Matilde A. Ma-
cia, Alcides D. Bernal, de Maestro Sus-
tituto, Escuelas Latinoamericanas. a
Maestro de Escuelas Intermedias Latino-
Elizabeth Oiler, Millicent F. Forcheney,
Janet A. M. de Campbell, de Maestro
Sustituto, Escuelas Latinoamericanas, a
Maestro de Escuelas Primarias Latino-
Soledad F. de Epifanio, de Maestra de Es-
cuelas Intermedias Latinoamericanas a
Encargada de la Secci6n de Espafiol
(Escuelas Latinoamericanas).
Division de Policia
Blance G. Iverson, de Policia Raso a De-
Division de Bomberos
JuliAn J. Hoyte, de Bombero a Inspector,
Protecci6n Contra Incendio.
Cecil Morgan, de Inspector, Protecci6n
Contra Incendio, a Sargento de Bom-
Division de Sanidad
Etanislao Cedefio, de Obrero (Manteni-
miento de Vias Firreas), Direcci6n de
Transporte y Terminales, a Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados-Erradicaci6n de Plagas).
Hospital Gorgas
Evelyn M. Spencer, Oscar L. Marsh, Ken-
neth Davis, Cecilia F. Beckford, de Auxi-
liar de Enfermeria a Auxiliar de Enfer-
meria (Medicina General y Cirugia).
Benjamin Mojica, de Panadero, Direcci6n
de Abastos y Servicids Comunales, a
Hospital de Coco Solo
Modesta 0. Anderson, de Cajera, Almacen,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, a Auxiliar de Enfermeria.
Betty Sutton, de Enfermera (Clinica) a En-
fermera (Adiestramiento Clinico).
Maximino Carrasco, de Despensero, Direc-
ci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales,
a Mozo de Oficios Pesados, Servicio de
George S. Robinson, Mozo de Oficios (Hos-
pital), a Primer Capataz de Mozos de
Oficio (Hospital).
Hospital de Palo Seco
Cora R. Henderson, de Oficinista de Abas-
tos a Oficinista-Mecan6grafa.
Tevia P. de Vasquez, Archivera, Divisi6n
de Servicios Administrativos.
Clarence E. Notyce, Tecnico de Contabili-
dad, Contraloria.
Robert F. Roche, Escrutador de Reclamos
(General), Contraloria.
Ruth M. Kent, Oficinista de N6minas, Con-
traloria, Secci6n de Planillas y Conta-
bilidad Mecinica.
Jos6 Santamaria, Nestor P. De Le6n, Ope-
rario de Equipo de Mantenimiento de
Predios, Divisi6n de Servicios Comuna-
les, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Harry E. Townsend, Capataz MecAnico
Tornero (NAutico), Direcci6n de Marina,
Division Industrial.
Haten C. Springer, Oficinista, Secci6n de
N6minas, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
James V. Foster, Ayudante Arqueador,
Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Nave-
Woodrow Spradlin, Walter C. Bergh, Ayu-
dante Controlador de Trafico Maritimo,
Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Nave-
James E. Stuart, Subjefe Oficinista de
Abastos, Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n
de Esclusas.
Winston McFarlane, Principiante (Ayudan-
te de Despacho de Combustibles Liqui-
dos-Muelles), Direcci6n de Transporte
y Terminales, Divisi6n de Terminales.
Mina H. Dee, Oficinista de Contabilidad,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
George S. Brathwaite, Fitz H. Grant,
Rudolph L. Jemmott, Oficinista de Abas-
tos, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Jetzabel M. Feraud, Oficinista-Esten6grafa,
Division de Abastos, Direcci6n de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales.
Petromella Osborne. Oficinista, Divisi6n de
Abastos, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales.
Angela M. AzeArraga, Jefe Unidad de Me-
canografia y Estenografia, Divisi6n de
Abastos, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales.
Enrich L. Reinhardt, Agente de Procura-
ci6n, Divisi6n de Abastos, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales.
Sally E. Helterbran, Oficinista (Procura-
ci6n), Divisi6n de Electricidad, Direc-
ci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n.
Armando de Sedda, Tcnico de Cartogra-
fia, Divisi6n de Ingenieria, Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n.
Jessie Whitbread, Oficinista-Esten6grafo,
Division de Construcci6n, Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n.
Shirley R. Murphy, Ayudante Bibliotecaria,
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal, Direc-
ci6n de Asuntos Civiles.
Joseph T. Kozlowski, Ayudante Administra-
tivo del Director de Correos, Divisi6n de
Correos, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles.
Thomas C. Lear, Director de Pompas Ffne-
bres, Hospital Gorgas, Direcci6n de Sa-
C. Lammerts Van Bueren, Guia de la Zona
del Canal (Intbrprete), Oficina de In-
formaci6n del Canal de PanamA.

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