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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Gift nf th. -

THE PANAMA CANAL / -'-ePnm anal Museum

e ^ptway.

Vol. V, No. 39 Mfore Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, March 17, 1967

i~ jAti


"ERIN GO BRAGH-H-II-." sings out one of the newest little Irishmen on t1
Day. In his carriage decorated with shamrocks, and with a drawing of
Thomas Bledsoe Conley, 23-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Conle
2!2, and Thomas' sister Anne, a channing colleen, 4, wave their Irish
meaning of the celebration. (And St. Patrick's Day, of course, is the reason

Pest Holy Weekl Pa e

(Picture on Page 4)
After a lapse of 10 years, the
dramatization of the Passion of Christ
with living characters will be revived
at Pes6 this year with a pageant
during Holy Week.
Pes6, an industrial and fanning
center with a population of 2,000, is
in Herrera Province approximately
165 miles southwest of Balboa. It is
in a valley surrounded by 7 hills.
The cast is chosen from villagers
and preparations begin several months
in advance. Donations from the towns-
people and "Peseenses" now living in

Maybe the "M"

Panama City finance this religious
pageant full of medieval splendor.
On Pahn Sunday, the first day of
Holy Week, a wooden figure repre-
senting Jesus comes riding into town
on donkey sun]o,1e, c , vilb:g,, ,. i

Reprimands Won't Stay

in Permanent Records
T 1 he Civil Service Commnission has and a few employee unions asked that
ordered agencies to stop treating the minimum retention period be low-
letters of reprimand and other notices i ered to 1 year. The commission stated
I, dealing with minor infractions as a it is seeking the change on an optional
permanent record in employees' per- basis, which "would permit those
sonnel folders. agencies that wishes to set a 1 year
In the Panama Canal organization, retention period for reprimands and
this means that such reprimands cr similar documents to do so."
notices will be removed after :3 years, Practically all parties consulted
or upon transfer to another Federal agreed that reprimands should not he
agency, whichever is sooner, kept longer than 3 years. This would
The CSC action stennmed from a bhe long enough to cover the so-called
c commission recommendation made 3 "reckoning period" (during which ia
.' months ago that letters of reprimand, written reprimand may be used as a
c auction, warning, and admonishments partial basis for further disciplinary
S and similar disciplinary actions lhe action). It also would permit normal
Sclassified as temporary records. attrition and records disposal sched-
'. ', p iPrincipal reflect of the change is to uiles to weed out most reprimands
guarantee that employees' future ca- before the 3 years are up.
ireers in Covernment are not ieopard- In some instances. CSC nmay permit
S Jzedi by minor infractions. agencies to retain reprimands longer
'i No special removal programs is than 3 years.
i j planned to clean out PanCanal files,
but reprimands older than 3 years will
be removed any time a personnel *. i A ff
folder is sent out of the Personnel t' t irS
Office. The reprimands, therefore, will %
lie Isthmus, in a salute to St. Patrick's not be in the folder when an em- eirmiU VI'fiS
a jaunty Leprechaun guarding him, is ployee is being considered for transfer
y of Ancon. Brother Patrick, at left, o promotion. 5 f t Tr h
flags as they solemnly ponder the 1 otion agcy response to
o for the green ink for today's issue.) Both union anc agency response to
Sfor the g -reen ink for today's issu the proposal was generally favorable The overnor/President's annual
in the States and the revision has now Tif roP f te caenta y ena
bn ae pi ai r fetrei F no r-Safety Trophy for the calendar year
Seen made prt of the Federal Per- :, A
f" ,WIW I^sonn"el Ianua"l. 1966 was earned bythe Civil Affairs
n R ?"e r i s I Bureau. This is the fourth tiie since
The Commission also has said it is Bra. T i i
1953 that this bureau has earned the
The pageant officially opens within seeking an amendment to the regula- award and the third time it has done
a scene representing the Last Supper. tions governing the disposal of records under the present Director, B. I
A teacher at Pese Elementary School to allow agencies to remove these I Everson
portrays Jesus. Seated at a long table, temporary papers from personnel er the safety a pla,
wit the 12 Apostles, lihe relives, step folders after only 1 year. Under the safety award plan, inau
byrate in 1953, Annscene which took place Accordingal Safety
liy step, the scene which took place Accortding to CSC, some agencies
i -TorT h is awarded bv the Governor/

Oiln t 00otySvy upporicci r e y ager I,.)
Palms are distributed at the mass and 2,000 years ago at the Cenacle. At
later, villagers carrying palms lead the tle end of the performance Jesusal
donkey through the town. humbly washes and kisses the feet of SS Cristobal
the disciples.
*Is claxn breaks on Holy Thursday, Mass is said and, as it comes to an W ill Return to
farmers begin their journey into town. end, the Holy Sacrament is placed
\foot or on horseback, they come over on an altar artistically decorated by Regular Schedule
the trails and narrow paths leading the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
into Pes6. Many have come from the Good Friday is dedicated to pray- After being delayed one voyage in
distant hills in the horizon. They carry i ers. The drama of the Passion begins New Orleans for repairs, the SS
strings of pink and white wild flowers i in the afternoon. The Trial by Pontius Cristobal will return to its regular
called "caracuchas" which will adorn Pilate is held. Jesus is ridiculed and schedule April 13 by speeding up her
the floats in the Good Friday and Pilate orders that He be crucified. turn-around trip between Cristobal
lHoly Saturday processions. (Continued on p. 3) and New Orleans. She will make the
roundtrip in 11 days instead of the

i ropy is c ywl n e ,overnor/
President to the bureau achieving the
highest percentage of improvement in
its disabling injury frequency rate
over its own previous calendar 3-year
average rate, I ... 1.,,; no fatal acci-
dent was caused in the bureau during
the year for which the award is made.
Five of the Panama Canal's six
bureaus showed improvement in their
safetyy records, topped by the Civil
Affairs' 62 percent in improvement of
disabling frequency rate. Next highest
wa is the Health Bureau, with a per-
centage of 49.
C W b P Ttlti Cnocyr.,^ bii,^ i

I a I Fur c D Tusual 14 days, it was announced by the Civil Affais Buer coraau its Dre
MORE ESCORT BOATS NEEDED the after Transportation Division. the Civil Affairs Bureau and its Direc-
scellaneo s Sailing from Cristobal March 2 tor, expressed his appreciation for the
M iscellaneousteCritobal0 0 C B R di d r n New Splendid cooperation of all in the
30the Cristohal will return from New which, in addition to their
Margaret King, secretary in th ayU o g Orleans April 1 and sail northbound rea lch, llt to ter
Margaret King, secretary in the -0)Iodearning this award, helped consider-
Olfice of the Executive Secretary at CF A p I -f i g 'iin oni April 2. She then will sail ablinmths aar, ing it possible for ther-
Balboa Heights, was lamenting the Or april Cean -to clean Race for New Orleans from Cristobal April anly i making it possible for the'
loss of the diamond from a ring. 13, which is tle regularly scheduled iht 1tgal e foritr i Presett
"Look in your shoes," suggested Between 30 and 40 cayncos are' It is the duty of this group to keep nortliund sailing date for the ship. theso 1966 sgoal sit for t by70 presdent
Fannie Sosa, application examiner, expected to participate in what could the cayunos clear of ships transiting Repairs to the Cnri.stol were coin- Johnson's Mission Safty-70 program.
General Services Branch. b(e the inost hotly contested ocean-to- the Canal. They also protect tlie pleted i New Orleans Thursdav and
That was about the only place Mrs. ocean cayvuco rac ever held onii the Cuyns from pleasure boats whose the vessel xwas to sail for Cristobal *
King hadn't looked. Pianama CanIal. lach year this Atlantic high speeds could swaiip the cayueos. today, arriving here March 21. Unclaimed Mail
But she took off her shoes and to Pacific Ocean race brings out the Escort boats are identified by a spe Tlihe ship was placed in drdock
found nothing more than space for plucky spirit of petition of the cial flag. Boats carrying a doctor or last week to permit replacement of ItelS On Display
feet. Explorers in the Canal Zone Council, medic fly a white flag with a red insulation between the refrigerated
Then she noticed the half-open Boy Scouts of America. cross. Umpires and special race offi- spaces and the fireroom of tle vessel Inspection of the array of 201
bottom drawer at one side of her The 1967 Cayuco Race', to be held cials are identified by a special tag. ant to repair certain steel bulkheads. unclaimed articles found in the Canal
desk, and remembered she had been April 7, 8, and 9, two weeks earlier The following boaters have already i Piassengers booked for the south- Zoneu mail in recent months started
into that drawer several times during than last year s contest, will include registered for escort duty for the Ex- bound voyage from New Orleans this morning at rear of the Civil
the morning. miany of the old boats and crews plorers Cayuco Race for 1967: Stuart March 10 and for the northbound Affairs Building. The exhibit, open
She started going through the file whih have competed before and a L. Reed, Harold J. Million, Hilton F. voyage from Cristobal March 16 until 5 p.m., will e open again Satur-
carefully. somIe ew oynees which masy proxe Hughes, Allen K. Miller, Jack Hern, traveled to the United States by other tmy from 8 a.m. ti 4 pim.
About half way through, almost stiff competition even for past winners Billy M. Lohr, Frank A. Anderson, transportation. Bids on the items, which include
unbelievingly, she pointed between in the races. The xcitig 50-mile Heddaeus Lt Co Ceyburn everything from phonographs to type-
two files and asked. "Does thlat look race, surely one of the most thrilling L M tCauley Lt Col d A. I writers andl a diamond ringti to a black-
like a diamondd" spectacles of the year, attracts large L. Me uley, Lt C. Nonald A. Last Week's Visitors 1-iard, will be received up toi 9 a.m.,
It w g -. ." .. ........"/crowds of spectators to cheer the Denny, Robert McCoy. Noel Farns-
It was-hiing between te "M" crowds of spectators to cheer t worth, Paul NI. Runnestrand, George Miraflores Iocks 2,246 Moni'iay. They should he by lot mnuml-
and "N" file covers. crews as they paddle through the A. Walker, Charles W. Ilarrison, Gatun Locks 305 her and submitted on a form which
Not under "D." ICanal. ry be obtaied at the display or
iWesley I1. Townsend, Detamiorc, La5s Cruet's, tmay h)e ohtaini' at the tiisply iin
Enthusiasm is running high in Wfsley .o Towne, Detamor am tihe office of the Director of
escort boat circles, too. Jerry Deta- Patsy C. Detamnore, Roxrt L. Thomp- 9 partial transit 635 Posts.
CAMERA CLUB TO MEET in ch e f te escort craft, son, onald J. Bowe, Geore A. ina Maulita. All articles will he sold on the basi
IBMore, in charge of the escort craft Black, It. Citdr. Kirb IL. tRobin- 5 partial transits 96 if "Ax is-xh(,me is mimi tirms
A special meeting of the Pacific expects between 25 to 30 boats to B Lt K L trit of "As is-were is and terms il
Camera Club has been scheduled for serve during the race. Besides the old son, and Capt. Jack L. lammnock. I Smit G(ardens. 200 cash on lecitptan of bid.
7:30 p.m., Monday, at the club's standbys who volunteer their services IBoaters interested in cooperating Purificati Plan t 33 Duty must be paid to the Repmublh
headquarters. There will be an exhibit every year for this event, new escort in this event and doing escort duty i Trrasits: of Panmama b those who a re no
of human interest and scenic photo- boat are needed. They will be oni may call Detamorc at the office, Bal- Rangitanc .. 450 .entitled to free entry privilege or if
graphs. duty in various areas iof the Canal. boa 1425, or at home. Balboa 2396. Grand Total __ 3,965 the articles arc intended for resale.




Easter Fashion

Parade for Dogs

Planned Sunday

The Ca(ial Zone Keinul Club is
h il. t t i, .. Da.... a, fol.

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Dogs Sunday at 4 p.m., at Stevens EASTER DAY BUFFET
C ircle, Balboa. .. -- .. .. .... .
Prizes will Inh awarded for best S<)( nd a lovely day ill a lovely way:
co u-ll te, c utlest them e, and entry '_ e- .. -' . C'o"- :" .- ." "M t the 'asttr T i"f ;ut thu(
with the most personality, with prizes - -- Tivoli uest Iose
colnplinents of Mercurins alnd thle T(he special asei mu includes
Canal Zone Kennel Club. Cranddadl, -' . _: ........ roast leg f lm N) witll mint jelly,
of SCN, will be one of the judges and ". Virgiia baked with pineapple
master of ceremoniets. Children may i rins, roast Toi turkey with dressing,
handle the entries ,-- -' .' ran,_ry sauce, whipped potatoes,
Tlie entry fee is $1 and spectators buttered green l)eas. freli fruit triy.
are welcome, free. lFor further infor- ----.. ... aldied sweet p states, ilish tray,
iiilation, call Coroztal 5172 or Corozail .olorx d I 'aster e.g s. tossed salad with
515-1. Tivoli dressing, cole siw, chiicklen
..... salad, seafood salad. cheese tray with
Scrackers, hot II alnd butter, Easter

iBalboa ola b: bread, hot cross ti pumpkin pie,
a oa Oi', S J ...... .... e\hery pie, assorted pastries, fresl
fruit eomipotes. and 1 leverage:

Annual Charif Card ii.
o .seating hours are firoi 1:00 )to 1.15
Sow keen will the competition be in the annual Ocean-to-Ocean Cayuco Race, scheduled for ....1 7, 8, and 9? p.m., 3:00 to 3:1.5, 0.00 to 6:15
Party -Set 0' This is how close it was much of the way between the winner and runnerup in the 1965 event. x .. place went to and 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. Cill
"El Bejuco" and second to "El Corredor de Ron," both from Explorer Scout Post 21. The same two boats were 2-2111 for rescrvatioii
The Balboa Woiian's Club! of thIe first and second in that order last year. The crew of the winning vessel are, left to right, Rick Williams, Phil
Canal t Zt .will id it, il 'lar- Stewart, Ronnie Carol, and Kenny Phillips. In the "El Corredor de RHn" were Bill Boughner, Scott Williams, Don Adults, S2.75, ,ad cliildlren i10 nd
Canal Mone wpll hold ,s annual ha- Kat, and (not visible) Pete Hendrickson. under, S 1.65.
itx card party T hursdaiy, Marcl 30, ____________ ______
at the Jewish Welfare Board. This HfI iappy Easter! \Xe make sure you'll
is the Balboa Woman's Club's largest BUSIEST AIRPORT? -. enjoy it more if yon come to tie
charity event of the year ivoh Easter Bullet!
ha event l thieerWhat's the busiest airport in the ,L "' -. 'i
A light lunch will be served from United States? Not the ones at Ni ew Schedule Iu to an iewithoutnotce MEXICAN NICHT BUFFET
II a.m. to noon. York, Los Angeles, or Washing- VIVA! Come, chainacos, and eat
Guests will play their favorite card ton, D.C. SUNDAY, MARCH 19 .:.... (Last how) the food of the nachos! Your heart
games in the afternoon and prizes O'llare Airport, Chicago, handled 1:00-SCN Afternoon News 7:05Danny Tho Spail ill sing like a aniiachi when you
donated by Panama City merchants 20,704,957 passengers in 1965, list- 1:05 Sundayv Playhose: 7:30- Hear of the City taste hie Mecican Night Buffet at the
"Ona Our Mierry ,Vay" 8:00--SCN Newsix t icxiii 'it cfi a(h
will be awarded, ing 519,430 aircraft movements for (Fa Mt) rry "8:05SCN Special of the Wieek: TivohS Guest House on March-20.
The public is invited. Tickets will the year. Next in order for passenger 2 :35ThIp ristlths .... a --.:r. cand The menu 'Mexicano includes tacos,
be available at the door or may be totals were Kennedy Airport, New 3:2()-PI'arade of Sports-NBA 9:00-:1 ... enchiiladas, chili con care with rice,
obtained by telephoning Mrs. Doro- York, with 16,208.078: 1,oAs Angeles, as:5-T all "Inherit SpThecial) e ii-To I' t Vind" frijois fritos, Mexican cole law,
thea Clinchard, chairmiin, Ballia with 12,578,909, and National Air- 6:00-Clhronicle 0:30-Focus on Today michi rolls, butter, relish tray, as-
... 0 i t -,, . ll Son i 10:50-Court of Last Resort
4285. port, Washiniton, with 6,951.845. -- ..... ...., in Action sorted pastries, and beverage.



Oscar Butler
iRupert A. Carr
Carlton Dawkins
Cecil F. IHavnes
George A. Jackman
Harold Johnson
Lyda Lobo L.
Francisco Santana
Harry Smith
Kenneth Weeks

Joseph T. Case
Josepi A. Maganini
Mai'xio Molina
A. Ste ani
llobert Webl
Andrew' Burgess
Jorge laumenz
Mario A. Wendorf

Evelyn 11. lReynolds
lHeroin MN. Arboine
Peter Brauns
(Gai Eua ., i i
M ichael I .' i i, ,
Keith Kjeldsen
Richard T. Nelson
James Lee Stilwell II

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
March 18, 1967

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat., 2:30 p.m. only-lold On! (AYC)
Sat., 7:30 p.m.-Doctor Zhivago (AY)
Sun., 2:30 p.rm. only-Bells Are Ringing
Sun.-Thurs., 7:30 Zhivago
Fri., 2:30, 6:15, 8:05 p.m.-Spinout (AYC)
Sat.-Promise Her Everything (ADULT)
Sun. Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Maverick
Queen (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Walk, Don't Run (ADULT)
Tueas.-It Happened At The World's Fair
Wed.-Bitter Victory (AY)
Thurs.-Drums Of Africa (AYC)
Fri.-Smoky (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The Sword
Of Monte Cristo (AYC)
Sat., 8:15 p.m. -Tickle Me (AY and Fans)
Sun.-Situation Hopeless ... But Not
Serious lAY)
Tues.--Bitter Victory lAY)
Wed.-Walk, don'tt Run (ADULT)
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.--It lHappened At The World's Fair
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 n.m.-Sun.. 2:00. 7:00 p.m.-
Kaleidoscope (ADULT)
Mon.-The Warriors (AYC)
Tues.-Some Like It Hot (ADULT)
WVd.-Thurs.-A Man Could Get Killed
Fri., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Waco (AY)
Sat.-Night Of The Grizzly (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-The Lady
Wants Mink (AYC)
Sun.- Mon. Battle Of The Bulge (AY'C)
Tues.-Pal Joey (ADULT)
Wed -Bells Are Ringing (AYC
Thirs.-Night Must Fall (ADULT)
Fri. Tickle Me (AY andl Fans)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Touch Of
Evil (ADULT)
Sat.-Born Free (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:30 piim.-Angel In The
Outfield (AYC)
Sun -It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Mon.-NO SHOWr Anything (A
Tues.-Promise 11cr Anything (ADULT)

Thir s.-Pal Joey (ADULT)
Fri.- Bells Are Ringing (AYC)

Special M ainees
-All Films AYC-
Saturday, March 18, 1967

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
Boy Who Stole A Million-An amusing, yet
touching story involving a oy. a d.-' L
and a million pesetas ',. .. 1* i .1 5 iitil
who is being chased ',, tthe thugs
in Valencia. (Spanish titles.)
T-75 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00) p.m.
Island Of The Blue Dolphins-Children's
ove aboullt an Indian girl's incredible
adveInture on a los island. (Color.)
(Famnily medal.) T I (106i mis.
2:00 p.nm.
Whispering Snith-Alan I add,. li enda
Marshall: Thrill-swept epic of the l'eroic
empire builders.
6:15 p.m.
Bedtime For Bonzo-onald leagan, Dl)iana
Lynn: Comedy of a psychology professor
who attempts to prove his theory by
raising a young chimpanzee like a baby.
T-90 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm
-Laurence Harvey, Claire Bloom: Fairy
tales of the Brothers Grimne. (Color.)
T-136 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Billy Hose's Jumbo- Doris Day, Stephen
Boyd: A Broadway stage hit featuring
songs and famous circus acts. (Scope and
color.) T- 132 mins.
"AII night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.

1:05---etne Autry Film Festival:
"The Big Show"
8:00-SCN News
8:05- ld Sullivan
9:00-iatre Ld. Fillm: "Vallhy Faorg
and Fort Ti. ,, ,.r. .,"
9.:05 -The Dick .. i t i
10:00 Focns on Today
10:20-\Vhat's Mvy Line?
10:45-Cortonet Films: "The itlinduit
11:00-Thc Sacred Heart

-t:15-"Death Valley Days" repeatt)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05 Afternoon (Cont.)
6:30-G.E. .11. .. Bowl
6:55-SCN ,. Spanish
7:05- My Favorite Martian
7:30 Pat Boonec
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Red Skelton
9:(0 -Armlchair ThIealcer:
"The Nilght Has A
Thousand Eyes"
10:25-Focus on Today
10:45-Colonel March of Scotland

S1:15-"Mly Favorite Martian"
5'00-SCN Afternoon Naews
55 05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30- EI!F: "People Along The

6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05 I've Got A Secret
7:30-Jim Bowie
8 :00 SCN News
8:05-Ilollywood Palace
9:00-Amichair Thleater:
"HIotel For Women"
10:25-Focus on Todav
t):45-R(oy Acuff's Open Haouse

4.:00- Afternoon
1:15 "Jim Bowie" (|epeat)
5-00 SCN Afternoon New s
5: Afternoon (Cout.)

4,] 5-- "Dannv Thomas"' (RIpeat)
5:00-SCN Aitenoon Ne's.
5.05 Afternoon ((:ont.)
S- i Picture
S'News In Spanish
7:05-To Tell The Truth
7:30-AndY Griffith
8.00 -SCN News
8:05-Danny Kaye Show
9:00-Armchair Theater.
"Federal Man"
10:05-To he announced
) :30 Focus on Today
11:50-The Third Man

4:15-"And G riffitht" (el-oat)
5:0(0-SCN Afternomn News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-The Air Force Story
:30-Theli Smithsonian
G:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Joey Bishop
8:00-SCN News
8:05- Daniel Boone
9:00-Arnachair Theater:
(0: 15-Focus on Today
11:05 -Death Valley Days
1 00 SCN Afternoon Nit-
1:05 -"AIC Stage 6(7-"The Life and
Legend of Marilyn Monroe"
(Rlepat iom \V edneliay)
1:55 -Cartoon Carnia:
"Felix The C at"
"Clutch Cargo"
"Popeye Space Angel"'
2: 10-Captain Kangaroo
3:4-5 -All Star Colt (Miller Film)
4: ,, ', ,'.... from OlympIic
:00-Weekend '67
6:30- Saturday Plah(.lase:
"Two Flags West"
8:00 SCN New,
8:05.-Lawrence Well,
9:00- Iearst Metronome Weekily
9:15 ThIe T ..' ,i.i Sl.ow
0:35 -Focus I .
10:55- .Thi s Is The Life

British, Co monw ii i A To ,-

The 13British Enmbassy in Paaiaiia their iillues anld addresses with the
reminds all British and (Comon- Consulacr Section of thle (o,
wealth residents of the Canal fone for residents oil the Atlantic side, with
that it is to their advantage to register tlx' British Contsulate in (Colon) and
to register annually, preferably at
the beginning of each year.
GLASS HAZARD I', sons who have not yet registered

Each year some 40,000 persons inl
the United States try to walk through
glass doors or windows. More than
6,000 are cut so badly they require
hospitalization. More than 65 percent
of the victims are males, and one-
third are children. If you have sliding
glass doors in your home, attach a
piece of brightly colored tape or

8 young people 12 to 1; C, childrendecal to the glass at eye level.

for 1967 are asked to doh so niot later
than March 31. Evidence of identifi-
cation, and British passport, if hehl,
should blie produced.
Offices of the Consular Section of
thle Embassy are on the fifth floor of
the Chase Manhattan Bank Building
opposite the Panatiai i liltol Hotel,
The Consulate in Colont is on
Corggas Dric wnear 10th Street.

This Mexican Night Buffet will be
served in the Ho.csevelt R1Rono, how-
ev er, the seating 'hours will' remain
the same-5:30, 6:30. and 7:30 p.m.
Call 2-2111 for reservations.
Adults, $1.50, and children, 81.


'Beware tie Ides of March! Sonds "
foreboding, doesn't it? The Tivoli
Guest House will help ioui to laugh
the Ides of March in lte face withli
tour Sunday Brunch oil March 19.
Th' menueci ineldies sorted fruit
and (nice trays, potato pancakes with
hot 1 1ittel, syrup and T lo'lo e l S
i rlIacher, crleai ed chi(ckei wihill bis-
1cuits cottage fried pl)tatoes, Irilled
pork chops, grilled aIcoll, assorted
Sdri cereals, buttered toast ciI itnnlon
toast, lain jelly, Gtrahami getmts. as-
sorted sweet rolls. ofl,',, tea, and
milk. Adults, $1.35, children, 95 ceits.
Brunch is served iln tlie Roosevelt
Roon from 9 a.m-. to 1 p.m. And-
xw '" guar1antee-no soothsayers allowed!


W'illiam Bishop. a Chilham, Etng-
land, police offhier. dashed into the
street and held up his hand to halt
traffic when a truck caught fire. Only
Ii 0oe car w(' is coitiini along the road
amd it stopped imnnilediately with one
tir,1 irmliv ion ishop' s to(e. He Iyelled
and iralitticaly waved his arms. The
dlhivier nailed and drove on.

i ,'x u ci ,, c c

Thi l' PXNaM. CAN Ax, SPILLWAY iS an
official publication of the Panama
CanA Balboa Heights. C.Z. News
artciles and pictures contained in it are
ladlc available to al! interested news
media for whatever use they may wish
to make of them and may be reprinted
without official clearance.
\V AL'i:At P. LiEini
;ocrior of the Canual Zone
If. H. PAinFirr
Licnautnanit aCovcruuor
Informnation Officer
MatL ial intended for publication in
the SnIa.viAY shoUlnd ble delivered to
i the Panama Canal Press Office or
lBox M.. Balboa Heivihts, C.Z.
istri ted free tio ;il Panamia ('Ianal
(i lolvell Sl. Subs ription cost for others
S(i lhlin mailing) $2,60 u ear.n Maka
ehc( ks pa pan'. and address to: nSPni.,WA, Sub-
tsriptions, lBo M, Balboa heights, C.Z.

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Narch 17, 1967


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What do boys and girls miss most Suyanne the : i .... recipe:
when they leave the Isthmus of Pan- 1 lb). ground beef
tol'' I n aina to attend school in the States. Salt to taste (about 1 teaspoon)
Blues skies? Skies are blue else- Pepper to taste (about 8l teaspoon)
_. where, too. 1 small finely chopped hot pepper
S, Flowering trees? Surfing? Fishing? i 2 cup water
{i- ." Those may all be found 1 cup bread cruml)bs
i thl. States. Combine the beef with all other
But one thing is difficult to find: ingredients except bread crumbs and
Cood empanadas! 'ook until be(f is done, mashing the
In a letter to the Service Center beef with a fork to eliminate large
manager, Balboa, Suzanne Greene of hlmps of meat. During the last 2
Orlando, Fla., wrote: minutes of cooking add the bread
"When I was going to school at crumbs and moix th roughly with ta
"" '* IBalboa, I was in the habit of eating fork.
SYlunch every day at tlie clubhouse. Prepare any flaky pic dough. Use
Each day, it seems, I bought an em- a 5-inch circular cutter, place about
parmda for lu-nch. Since I have moved 3 ounces of meat in each empanada,
back to the States, I haven't been fold dough over like you would a
able to find any place that makes turnover, pressing edges. Bake ap-
| empanadas or has a recipe for them proximately 35 minutes, or until crust
Sthe way you make them. if it s golden i own, in a :375 degree


Leo J. rziza witi 522-pound (estimated) black marlin, Wife Ruth Krziza with a 450-pound (estimn
brought in in 52 minutes on an 80-pound ,es line, the rlin she took on a test line. It
largest of 15 he caught on a 14-day trip. hours and 45 minutes to v:win the batt

"Co:)dI luck," the manager added.
"Benu mb(r. a i. .1 cr'lst is a )iu
s reU t to li)paallada l ttsucc< !

wouldn't be too much trouble, would
you please send me tlihe recipe youI
use for them?" 1
Manager William L. Benny of the
S ..* Service Center conferred with
ithe Restaurant Manager and sent

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No record, but 5,660 pounds o{: trolling two live bonitos on
marlin is a lot of fish! Catching 20 rigs.
marlin in one trip isn't to be sneezed 8:05'rlin strike
at either. That was ihle toll for Iuth jump d and threw the bai
and Leo Krziza for a 2-week trip in get hooked.
early January. s8:10 a.m.-MrUlin strike
January was an excellent month lor strike iin full view behind 1)
marlin and all boats fishing in the i black marlini ecae behind
Pifias Bay area reported good to ex- and hit the spare live bonito
cellent lhick. The Sri hiad both types tied to the handlione. The
of luck, good and bad. I was sewing up dead bonito. F
The big day was January 6, the ly put the dead bait ioni Ruth
first full day of fishing at Pifias, and .. rig. Ruth dropped
it went like this: while the crewman, Domein
6:15 a.m.-looked up and headed i pulled live bonito away
for fishing grounds. I marlin a couple of times. TI
7:30 a.m.-Arrived at Pifias reef I at this point was slightly

Blue Marlin
Black Marlin

Raised Struck lIooked
9 9 4
1 1 1
37 37 25

Lost Boated

6 8

S50- and When the marlin saw the dead bait
go by him he must have figured "a
(Ruth)- half a loaf is better than none" and
it. Didn't I grabbed the dead one. Fight started-
Ruithl against marlin.
(Ruth)- 8:15 a.m.--uth's small black marlin
)oat. This brought to boat, tagged for Woods
the boat i Hole Institute of Oceanography,
that was' leader cut, and released. Estimated
crewman weight: 185 pounds.
He quick- 8:23 a.m.-Leo hiad marlin strike,
's waiting hooked on live bonito.
d it back 8:27 a.m.-Marlin to boat, tagged,
go, again leader cut, and released. Estimated
from the weight: 350 pounds.
he marlin 8:45 a.m.-Caught 2 more live bo-
angered. nito.
9:05 a.m.-Ruth had marlin strike,
hooked fish.
Released i9:20 a.m.-Marlin to boat, tagged,
4 leader cut, and released. Estimated
weight: 285 pounds.
11 10:25 a.m.-Leo had marlin strike,
hooked on live bonito.
10:30 a.m.-Marlin to boat, tagged,
leader cut, and released. Estimated
weight: 255 pounds.
11:00 a.m.-Leo had marlin strike,
hooked on dead bait.
11:07 a.m.-Marlin to boat, tagged,
leader cut, and released. Estimated
weight: 240 pounds.
12:05 p.m.-Leo (4th marlin for the
day)'), hooked on live bonito.
j p.m.-Marlin to boat, tagged,
leader cuit, and released. Estimated
weight; 340 pounds.
That was it for the day, except for
a small amberjack. No more marlin
strikes, as they usually slows down in
tlie afternooll. Total fish for the first
day: amIberjack, :3 dolphinsI 12
bonito, and 6 black marlin.

Sun ,nit Gardens .,
For t) coI llenience of personal on
the Atlantic side planning to make
the scheduled Saturday tours of Sum-
mit Gardens March 18 or April 1,
the Panama Railroad train leavingg
Colon at 6:50 a.m. will stop at Sum-
mit at 7:50 a.m.
Thte train will again stop at Sum-
mit at 12:18 p.m. for the return trip
to Colon both days.
Any Atlantic side residents who
wish to take advantage of the Summit
Gardens stop are'asked to telephone
3-1928 prior to taking the trip.


(Continued from p. 1)

The march to Calvary begins. Jesus

bears the heavy wooden cross to a
hill located on the outskirts of the
town, the site of the crucifixion. In
this Cood Friday scene, tlie part of
Jesus is played by Domingo CuillIh'n.
At ,3 p.m., in the presence of Mary,
the Apostle John, the Women of,
Jerusalem, and the Roumn centurion,
He p)rolnounces Jesusi last words,
"Father, into Thyv hands I commennd
.. my spirit."


Not a "catch"-live bait: a m .l- .
blue runner, ready to go out and find
a hungry black niarlin.

A "bad luck day" gocs like this.1
Friday, January 13:
5.20 a.m.-hlooked up and on the
way to Pilas reel.
(;:30 a.m.-Two live honito out on
50- and 80-pound rigs.
(Continued on p. 4)

The fishing yacht "Seri" at Balooa Yacht Club. Os3in Nmw'hoI A "lassued" :uarlin. Wi th a itlc more effort the fish could easily
stands on the fantail lbeneath the 20 marlin and 4 .sailkislh ias. have e'sapd,. as it w as n)ot hooked.

Then, comes the removal from the
cross, and Jesus is placed in the arms
of His Mother Mary.
At 9 p.m. the procession of thei
SI, S. cp Spulcher gets under way. It is
a procession of hushed silence. Only
1 the shufflling of footsteps oni tlle as-
1 phaliit and the low murmur of prayers
is audible. Many penitents, are bare-
foot. Many wear mulberry colored
v-estmeints ias a 1penanlce,
Holy Saturday also is a day of
Sprayer and silence. As darkness talls,
the procession of the Solitude of Mary
sets out. This is a procession of
wome11n-and only the image lof Our
:.Lady of Sorrows is carried through
' he streets. Thie iVwomen carry 1i
an1d their g-iinimering from a distance
looks like an 'I streak of firflies
shining ill the lligt. Only the sound
of footsteps, the murmur of players
and the occasiona-l coming of a ihdoor
is heard. 'The men, who h]:ve re-
mnlined ial home. watch throughll the
wildows as the woeiil-n pass by.
The Mias 0of Resuirrections i s at
Iarlc Sunday morning. tOle Proces-
sion of the MNetilng, repre'senting thli
Announcen(.It of the Resurrectimon of
Our Lord by tilhe Angel] takes place.
It is Elaster Sunday. A tilme ir
n ioiring. It also is time for e -tin .
Th11e illageris ither on thi m1i:
street, wliere dielcious typical PnI-
anmanian food is tookd and served.
]There re e no hotels in Po butI
nldrn onnationT fw vies afowud.
i, Chit lonk a fi-,k awvaX.

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A scene from the Drama of the Passion during the Holy Week pageant at Pese which is being revived this year
after a lapse of 10 years, Domingo Guill6n, who portrays Jesus, carries the cross to Calvary-a small hill on the
outskirts of Pese. (Story on Page 1)

La g na Fight

Seen by 5,000

Approximately 5,000 Panamanians
at Madison Square Garden cheered
ex-world lightweight champion Ismael
Laguna in his triumph over Puerto
Rican Frankie Narvaez in the 12-
round encounter in New York last
Friday night.
Some 400 Panamanians traveled to
New York to see the bout. About
18,000 Panamanians reside in New
Among those who traveled to New
York to witness the fight were 3 Cuna
Indians fron San Bias. This is the first
time Cunas have joined a sports
excursion. Approximately 20 Cunas
Indians have been living in the Bronx
since 1952.
A Panamanian residing in New
York commented that after a Gene
Autry Rodeo in Madison Square Gar-
den, he saw the Cunas engaged in
conversation with the Cherokee Indi-
ans who were part of the Autry show.
The Panamanian asked the Cunas
if they understood the Cherokees and
the San Bias answered, "Why, we
speak the same language!"
That the Cunas Indians and
Cherokees speak the same language-
or at least understand each other-
was not known generally here on the
But there is a similarity between
Cherokee and Chiriqui.

BHS Basketball Sc'lhdiul1
Tues., March 21- Strat. Comm. 4:30
Tues., March 28-Exhibition
Fri., March 31-at CHS
Tues., April 4-Exhibition
Fri., April 7-at CZC
Tues., April 11-SDAC*
Sat., April 15-SDAC0
Tues., April 18-CZC
Fri., April 21-CIIS*
Tues., April 25-Exhibition
Fri., April 28- at CHS"
Tues., May 2-at CZC
Fri., May 5-SDAC
Tues., May 9-Exhibition
Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., May 10-13-
There will be a Junior Variety game
prior to the regularly scheduled and
Interscholastic contests.
Unless otherwise stated all games
will begin at 7:00 p.m.
lltomen games.

The Group To Play
The Croup Combo will make its
first appearance at New Balboa Teen
Club, playing for the dance tonight
from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Dress will be sportswear. Members
are admitted free. Non-members pay
a nominal fee.

(C. the basis of total Federal .i,..'i.:.)

20 Years

Kenneth M. Jorgensen
(Continued from p. 3) 9:20 a.m.-Hook pulls out of fish- Supervisory Hydraulic
7:00 a-Leo's stike. Mrli ONE! Engineering Technician
u ipe Iad the the baitke. M Other days produced a mixture of i Peter W. Foster
Ouipeand threw the bait. ai h c lc c ic ,d ,i Leader, Central Office Repairnian
7:05 a.m.-Ruth's strike. Marlin i l a a c hskunk
jumped and threw the bait. one day when the Scri got skunk-
jumped aid threw the .ait ccdl-No strikes. But 3 marlin the
7:30 a.m.-Ruth's strike. Dead bait. ellowiik day soon isip atecl the
Marlin headed the boat and jumped following day soon dissipated thei
over the line. Line cut. FISH GONE! shattered spirits from the previous
7:45 a.m.-Two more live bonitos day.
I Five marlin were caught without
out on rigs. being hooked. They were fouled in
7:53 a.m.-Ruth's strike. Marlin got the cable leaders or tail wrapped.
tangled in leader, never did get Then, while fishing for bait, Leo
hooked, jumped and cONE! looked a large bonito and then it felt
8:00 a.m.-Leo's strike, Fish fouled
8:00 a Leo's strike. is f like something had grabbed the boni-
in leader-leader around dorsal, tl. As the leader came in, one bonito
across his mouth and hook dangling. A the e n
xx! was hooked on the feather andi
8:10 a.m.-Marlin boated for freez- aothr ionit o had athe sain
cr. Estimated weight: 207 pounds. i i ni
9:02 a.m.-Leo's strike. Small black s ivel, became entangled in the lead-
er and got a hitch around his dorsal
marlin. and pectoral fins: This bonito was
literally "hog-tied".
Atoms E::h uA)it A popular belief that was proven
on the trip was that large game fish
ti i which thraw out their stomachs when
Rec io i l' fighting can swallow them again. This

G d '-'." '-, was proven on Leo's largest marlin for
-1Lthe trip, 522 pounds calculated
Young Panamanian men and weight. This fish jumped 7 or 8 times,
women are needed to serve as guides stomach out, and when it was brought
and receptionists for the "Atoms in to gaff, it had already Ii. .I its
Action," exhibit and Nuclear Sciences stomach.
Center in Panama from May 4 to Marlin and sailfish have this ability
June 4. Preference will be given as they have no teeth to devour their Daniel C. Zitzmann, left, Accoun
university science students. Those food. Thus they must swallow the Division, who retired from Canal se
chosen will receive orientation and smaller fish whole. Accordingly, their 5was presented his retirement certil
training from the administrative and stomachs become a graveyard of fish Locks in the grade of Journal Vo
scientific members of the exhibition. bones and to clean this debris out, honor at the Tivoli Guest House. T
A good personal appearance, ini- they must empty their stomachs. This of honor also righecetivet, Chief Acct frountan
tiative, agreeable personality, and maneuver they usually do wlien N.Y., and came to work for the (
good diction will be indispensable hooked, in an attempt to dislodge the Division on the Atlantic side fo
requirements, besides some knowl- hook. Accounting Division the past 10 ye
edge of English. Candidates must be Total fish for the trip: 14 tuna, 10 will reside in Canoja Park, Ca
between 18 and 30. dolphin, 3 runner, 4 sailfish, 4 am- ---
Those interested should call or go berjack, 129 bonito, 2 shark, 19 black ,- .
to the "Atoms in Action" Office, No. marlin, 1 Pacific blue marlin, I wall il].i
22, Edificio Ciiceres, Calle D, El eye jack, 7 mackerel, and 1 wahoo.
Cangrejo, between 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 Total: 185. MARCHI
p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 Calculated weight: 7,536 pounds. 4-26-All local spoitsmcen ae mivited

a.m. to 1 p.m. saturday.
All applicants must bring with then
two recent passport size photos.
Interviews will be held from March
20 to 25 inclusive.
The "Atoms in Action" demonstra-
tion center is being presented by the
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
(USAEC) in cooperation with the
Panama Ministry of Education.

All Retail Stores

Closed Next Friday
All retail stores will be closed on
Good Friday, March 24. In order to
provide food service on the day be-
fore the holiday, the Paraiso Retail
Store food section only will be open
Thursday, March 23, regular store
hours, when it would ordinarily bhe
The Diablo Il rights and Margarita
Superettes and the Ca(;un Conven-
ience Section will be open regular
hours on Cood Friday. ]

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Can a vehicle be driven too slowly?-
Yes. A motor vehicle must not be
driven so slowly as to impede the
normal and reasonable movement
of traffic, except when necessary
for safe operation or in compliance
with law.
What should the driver of vehicle do
before emerging from an alley or
private drivetcay?-IIe shall stop
before driving onto a sidewalk
extending across any alleyway or
private driveway. Hlie shall yield
the right-of-way to pedestrians
on the sidewalk and vehicles
approaching on the roadway.

Arthur G. Gouldburnm
Clerk Typist
Edith V. Britton
Presser (Dry Cleaning)
Ismael A. Salcedo
Assistant Cook
Jesus Ceballos
Around Maintenance Equipmeint
Alfredo Cortez
Laborer (Cleaner)
Francisco B6squez
Field Tractor Operator
Rafael E. Bennett
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Santiago Esquina
Helper Rigger
Emery C. Thompson
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Walter J. Williams
Ciriel F. Bracy
Painter (Maintenance)
Adolphus J. I...-
Edmund L. McCarty
I ,,. I ...11 (Deckhand)

tant in the Panama Canal's Accounting
rvice after 30 years with the organization,
ficate and the Panama Canal Key to the
ucherer, Ist Class, at a luncheon in his
hlie presentations were made by Lawrence
it in the .' .-.ij!,i-.t-n: Division. The guest
his coworl-. .. .. a native of Brooklyn,
Canal in 1937. He was with the Supply
r many years, but has been with the
ars. Mr. and Mrs. Zitzmann and daughter
alif., where they purchased a home.


joil in the0 1 Second Annual Dry
sponsoied b, the Balboa Yacht
Club. An initiatin o fee of $5 is
required and this may he paid
to the Balboa Yacht Club secre-
Sa.m. to ilnoo and I to 5 p..
12-19- San Jos(e' Fir David, Chliriquii.
7- Saint Patrick's Da,.
-Bascball- CIIS s. IBIS at Balbla
Stadinn,11 ) 7 p.Im.
17- I8-Surfside Theatre presents "Basho-
i 11n" Ian ICxcitIn, plaa1 aised onil
the stories ol a llodern Japa nse
wri ter. Adlii sion is f tree. 1 bit
tickets 'are re iilred. FoIr Teser-
vations call la tolln 3222.
C(u-tain t1ille. S p.m.
.1" ., TPo\lin Tonr1a1 ent it t the
L 1. l Bowling Alley, sponsored'
1)c the Isthmian Junor Bowhn 1
Association. Tournament starts
at 9 a.m. with junior and senior
bowlers taking part.
-SinIInt ( ard'n tour ehginnin, at
9 a ,,. front Garden gate. Tour
schcduled also for Aprdi 1.
18-Canal Zone Girl Scout Council,
celebratinl the 55th anniversar i
of thle fondirlv of Girl Scoot-
m0' will present the second (
annual Cirl Scout Exhibit, 9 3 plm. ;at Stevens Circel,
Balboa. Tie exhibit will include
d(n rlont rations of (Giirl Scouts
skills and displ. l of t) pical
s( Oltinio l tie i its.

26--Easter SundaNy.

27-The Panamanian-North American
Association is sponsoring its
Second 11olywood Film Festi-
al. Each night through April 7,
ecludjinL the weekend, there
feature length fihnlm inl English,
with subtitles in Spalnsh.
30-Chorrera Fair 'beI.s 1 and contin-
ues until April 2.
6-09Silver Anniversary of the Isthmian
Lion l Clubi I Nl 1e com 1in-
orateINtl \ithli a r 0r eintioll tt
David, Curiqui.
13-17-tIil Sehool GE1D tel ts wil le
1len at tihe 1Cainal Zone College.
Tests on Thursday. Fridav, and
1onda11 will hiein at 6:30 p.m.
Tests on Saturday (April 15)
will heL'in at 8 a.m. Persons
interetcd in thlthe -ED Otiwh
school le el tests) should call
Dr. Nirphy, 2-2380, 2-2676. or
2-4590, in io to Room 211B
of the ( anal Zone College.
19-22-("anal Zone College Theatre will
present "3ye, Bye Birdie,"
Dlavid I.ommen is direction the
11 si1al fantasy I about teenagers
alrd love-struck adults.
21 23-Ba nana Festial at iocas del Toro.
24- 27-The Isthmian Numismatic Society
,ill hold it, 1967 Nati)onal Coln
xeeIk lispll s. The tche e this
SeIar 1s "' nIll1natics, Portrait
of Istor'.." : Dats .-nd lo('atiotll
of p1U1 disi]ay1 ; April 2.1-25,
Portoelo Room, Hlotel El Pan-
am,a H ilton. Al l. 26-27, S\VB,
I thoIa Aliutl 28-29, D1 ai)lo
Sr, i, ('jl r 6 to ur for dis-
pla s will h)e 6 to 9 p.m.

Page 4

March 17, I'',

Jeanne S. Garcia
Accounts Maintenance Clerk
Herman S. Nelson
Irvin R. King
Oiler (F' : Plant)
Pablo E. P6rez
Roy R. Skeete
Helper Machinist (Maintenance)
Nemesio Guardia
MNo tor Launch Captain
Tomns E. Barrera
Liquid Fuels Wliharfan
George R. Athias
Supervisory Cargo Checker
Edison Galindo
Leader, Dock Stevedoring
Norberto Marin M.
Liquid Fuels Wharfman
Herbert 0. Senior

Cato May
Police Private

George V. Ashers
Assistant Meat Cutter
Joseph Alfred
Nursing Assistant
Ezequias Pineda
Luther Barrett
Nuring Assistant

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Vol. V, No. 39 Mds dce 50 Afios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 17 de Marzo de 1967

Tendra Antiguo Esplendor

La Semana Santa en Pest

Luego de una interrupci6nI de 10
aflos, durante la Semana Santa sera
rcpresentado en vivo el Drama de la
Pasion, en PesO.
Pese es un centre industrial, agri-
cola y ganadero de la Provincia de
IIerrera, situado a unas 165 millas
al suroeste de la ciudad de Panama I
y rodeado de siete colinas.
Los personajes son escogidos entire
los habitantes que ticnen mayor dis-
posicion y guardian mayor parecido
con los personajes biblicos que van
a representar. Con bastante anti-
cipacion se hacen los preparations.
Los miembros del comit6 organiza-
dor recorren todo el pueblo solicitando
contribuciones, que todos dan con
muchisimo gusto. Por otra part, en
la capital de la Repuiblica, los peseen-
ses organizan diferentes actividades
para recabar los fondos que serAn
necesarios, y montar este espectaculo
religioso que tiene much del esplen-
dor de las 6pocas inedioevales.
El Domingo de Ramnos se inicia
como en varies otros pueblos del in-
terior, con la entrada a la poblaci6on
de la image de Jesuis cabalgando
sobre un pollino y escoltado por todos
los habitantes.
El verdadero espectaculo se inicia
en la tarde del Jueves Santo, cuando
se escenifica la Ultima Cena. Jesuis,
que sera representado este afio por el
Maestro Diomedes Bustavino, de la
Escuela "Ildaura Vieto" de Pese, se
sienta a la mesa con sus 12 Ap6stoles,
y revive las escenas que tuvieron
lugar en el CeniAculo, inclusive la con-
versacion de Jesuis con Judas Iscariote,
que mementos despues lo vende por
30 monedas de plata. Al final de la
Ultima Cena, Jesuis lava y besa, con
toda humildad los pies de sus dis-
Despu6s de este primer actor, se da
comienzo a la Santa Misa, al final de
la cual se guard el Santisimo Sacra-
mento en un artistic monument,
obra de la CAmara Junior del lugar.
El Viernes Santo es de grani reco-
gimiento. Poco despu)s de mediodia
empieza ]a representaci61n del Drama
de la Pasi6n. Tiene lugar el juicio de
1Tesis ante Pilatos el roc..1rad....-

maino, y ante Caifis, el sumo sacerdote *'
judio. Seri esearnecido ante los fari- .,
ses y ante la conrte del depravado
Rey 1lerodes. Se escenifican't su con-
dena a muertc por Pilatos, el momen-
to con que tste se lava las manes; y -'
!tiego iniciara, rodeado de esbirros y .. .
soldados romanos, cargando una pesa-
da cruz de madera, la march hacia *'.
el Calvario, que es una prominencia '-
situada en las afueras de la poblaci6n. V
Alli sera crucificado Jes6is. Este ', el Viernes Santo, el Salvador N" *
sern representado por el Sr. Domingo .
Guill'n, que guard extraordinario ": "''
pareeido con las imaigenes de Nuestro .i. D ,, .
Senor. A las 3 p.m. teniendo al pie de '
la Cruz a la Virgen Maria, al Disci- :y
pulo Amado, a las Santas Mujeres y
al centurion romano, pronunciara las .
uiltimas palabras del Redentor: "Pa- .
dre, en tus manos encomiendo m1111
Espiritu". Luego sera bajado de la
Cruz y colocado en los brazos de la 1-- v' 'I
Virgen Maria, escenificindose el bello --
cuadro que inmortalizara Miguel Jesus con la Cruz a cuestas, escena del Drama de la Pasi6n que se escenificari en Pes6 este afio, despu6s de una
Angel en la famosa estatua conocida interrupci6n de 10 ailos. La fotografia, tomada hace ya bastantes aieos, nos muestra a Jes6s (Domingo Guill6n),
coi La Piedad". cawninando rumbo al Calvario; a la izquierda uno de los esbirros (Jaime Almengor), que lo azotaban; al lado de
4 I Jesuis, con tuinica blanca, uno de los Santos Varones (Avelino Ortega); y al extreme derecho, cargando tambidn
(Continia en ila pigina 4) su cruz, uno de los ladrones (Pedro Saavedra), que fueron crucificados con el Sefior.

: .1 h A .

La Comisi6n de Servicio Civil ha
ordenado a las agencies que dejen de
tratar las cartas de amonestaci6n y
otros avisos respect a infracciones
menores como material permanent
del archive de cada uno de los em-C
En la emprcsa del Canal de Pana-I
ma, ello, que tales amonesta-
ciones o avisos serAn retirados de los
respectivos archives a los 3 afios, o
al ser tranferido el empleado a otra
agencia Federal, t o en cualqnicra deI
los dos casos que se present primnwro.
Esta acci6n de la Comisi6n de
Servicio Civil se origin en una re-
co(nleidacion li eclia hace 3 mieses, en

pt 5uu1111)11 oa Sr ti-t
'el sentido de que las cartas de amo-
nestacion, d c advcrtencia, dc aviso,
I i de reprimenda, o de similar s accioues
:' .it, ih Ii 'I P t LD a aa1 t L disciplinarias scan clasificadas com o
_- de archive temporal.
S .- 1 *i El principal efecto de este cambioi
tl ': - "i 1-' I-" '- ' es garantiar que la carrera future dc
... *los empleados no sern't perjudicada por
i t' i '1 ( l infracciones menores.
No se piensa establlcer un progra-
Se espera la participaciiin de :30 a I ma especial para climinar este mate-
40 cayucos, en la que pude, se Sr. la rial de los archives, pero cada vez
mIis rIenida co'mipetencia de cayi'cos, que se envie fuera de la Oficina de
de octano a oci'ain. iamuis cclchbrada Personal el archive personal de unl
en el Canal de Panamn. Cada aio .---- i empleado, se retirarAn todas las men-
esta regata del AtFintico al Pacifico La Cncificei<, escena del DIrania de la Pasi6n, tal como se escenificar cioladlas cartas iue tengan mais de 3
or-ccc el ainriddl cspiritu d. compe este afo en Pesb6, Provihcia de IIerrera, durante la Semana Santa. La foto s. Pr 1 tanto, las amonestaciones
tencia de los /xploradores del Coll- es (le hlace bhastanltes aies. Jesis en la Cruz es representado por Domingo no pnermawnccnr n e cl cartapacio, al]
i i a Za d Ca o i (uill6n, quien repetirtm una vez mas su actuacion como el Redentor. Los d r l m
sejo de la Zona d(el Canal de ls demnls, de izquierda a derecha, son: Gregorio Rodriguez, un soldado romano; ,omc-to de eonsidlarse al mpleado
Muchachos Exploradorcs de America. Srta. Alcira Quintero, hoy Sra. de Guill6n, la Veronica; Srta. Sila Vieto, hoy para un ascenso o un traslado.
ILa Regata de Cayucos de 1967, Sra. de Correa, la Virgen Maria; Linier Crespo, San Juan, el Discipulo Tanto las agencidas como los sindcli-
que se celebraniA el 7, 8 y 9 de abril, Amado; Bernab6 ConzAilez, soldado romano; y Srta. Diana Ferniandez, hoy
2 smainas antes que la del afio pasa- Sra. de Samudio, Maria Salome, una de las Santas Mujeres.
do, incluirI a mouchos de Jos viejos 'i - i..-
botes y tripula'iones que hall conpe- - _- I ,. I 'i (i
tido antes y tamnbilt nuevos cayucos ..' i i I ,i i' '
que pileden ofreci gran comp tii iI j u.
a Jos galtadores de regatas antcJrires, `:I- I iI I i ... ... .
LIa sensational regata de 50 m illas, : ., .. _ i 1' l ,1 ,*
col toda se inm-idad 1no de los espec- ,' d ;'"4 : I ; 'I "I 4'.1','[ ,ri 'i '* *'* H' i ]" '* [ I, t i i i
J. i i I " I--* ':,' f,'in Tovencs panamicios du ambos sexos
taiculos II S enociom a ,i te ls del anlo, i'1- I i. 1 , | i i 1.1 ', ii j ] ,, !. g I- i
atrae grandes "ncirrncias u ani ..- sertvirAn de ias reccpcionistas
Mma a las tripu oe tdo re n durantc la pir6.xi'Mina exhibicin del
a trav's del Caal. '1 TrIfel'f) Annal de SeCguridad del 1promedio de los 3 amos anteriores, Ce.tro de Cicnt ias Nuclcares de

E, I Im i 1111f I "w, i',)cr or y PrFsidcntc, correspon- siemnpre y cuando no haya ocurnrclo
E l eiliisia,,in i cnlrc, I,'r. ctiiargados 1 ', 1 i i
I ]i +4"c(I !a, .",, I lotIno,. lorry diente al anlo 1966, hIc anadl ; o por lilngmln aecidente fatal en la dirccci6on
D(.amore, a (r clt i; lbl'- la Direccion de Asmnlos Civilcs. Estta duirantec el anlo para cl eudal se e
ciolies d c sct 1, "'p,1I cliv 'Hir e s la Cnarta v' (desle 1935:, lique conccdi6o el preinio.
25 y 30 botes sirvai dotinhtc, ica- esta dicc(ci6n gana tal l prnlio \ la (Cinco do las wis diroccioncs del
rr(rn. Adeniis de lo ,1 (i! ;i ;l trccrua vez (tic l o hae siendo su Canal de PanaAn h ian miejorado sus
prestan servicio como voluit;uin ;" lictor, B. I. Everson. historijlhs de semuridad.c ec( beitb( das
(h1antc este evetnto, s, I,(., (silm .,;'m Coo l.1 progralal del pren io por pIr Iiuevos b)otes escolta. l'star'n plwstal cguridad, inlatgurado en 1953, cl indite d a< cidentes caisantes d'
do servicio en varias ;ir<'as- del ( anl;il ( ,o el'nlador y Pvresidcnt(c ha( eit'e a ieapacidad, obternico por lt Direc-
dC Pallil e i "llTrfo An al pI r Sr uridad *; i n de Asuntos Civile.s. Lc sigui() la
El' dcbcr de este gru)po s m ( nt I lc "i a; i iaella d(irecci( a los (aylucos alciados d" los b;r s I al;lo p mrcclitac d ( mll joras e('11 cl indict t 'nti (dc' -e 9.
qe transitan lcl Canal. ( d lcsionles q(c inapaiciten sobre su (Contina en la pligina 4)

"Atomos en Accirn ,| que se preseinta-
IrA en esta ciiudl d,'l 4 de mayo al
4 de junior. Sc lari preferencia a estu-
diantes universitarios paniameos dc
a lt Flacultad dc Cicncias, los cuales
rectibirAln orici]enlin y adiestrainlienito
de part de los miembros ad(ni-
nistrativos y de los cientificos de la
Buena apariencia p.'rsonal, iniciati-
vat, personalidad agradalblc y buena
dicci6:n scrnm rnfluisitos indispcnsa-
bles, admansi dc alin cnocinmiento
del idihma inlgls. los c'adidatos de-

[, -- -- 1 -
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catos se han mostrado complacidos
con la propuesta en los Estados Uni-
cdos, y esta revision forma parte ahora
del Manual Federal de Personal.
La comision taminbin inform que
esta consiguiendo (una enieiinda a los
reglamentos sobre eliminacion de ar-
chives, con el fin de permitir alas
agendas la remocion de ete material
temporal de los archives ,pcrsonales
al t rmino de solo ] aFio.
De acuerdo con la Comisi6n dc
Servicio Civil, alminas a encias y
sindicatos de emtplaIdos liall pedido
que el perio:1o ininimo de retcncioti
sea rebajado a 1 a0no. La comisin d e-
eclarl que se esta buscando el cambio
en base opcion1al qu(Ie "permitiria a
aquellas atenciast (que lo desearan, es-
tableccr (,l period de 1 af1o de reten-
eion para las amonestaciones y
docutimentos aimilares".
Praeticamente. todas las pa rates
eonsIultadas estuvieron de aeuerdo en
que las amonestaciones no deben con-
servarse per Imis de 3 a1ios. Esto pe-

culbrir cl tiempo '1n qu1i lna amonels-
tacion escrita puede ser tomnada en
t'uenta collmo )ase parciia l para nila
mayor accin disciplinalia. Tanmbien
perImitir estableccr proi>rallas reiu-
lares para dcescartar las amont'lstacioneCs:
antes de qu(t' si 'mnplan n11s 3 anfio.
En ciertas circunstancias, la Comi-
sil( de Servicio Civil podria pcn1itir
a las a 'ncia- s c rins m la a:lluonesta-
'ioll'S poer m:ls de 3 anos.

i' *'- i,, ,J

111 I I' I'

1~' .~lIl~i

bei tLncIr cilrit I' S i 30 aihos d cdald.
LIas personas interesiidas deben di-
ri girse a lais oficilas dc "Atonios (n1
Acci6n", ulbic(adai s n el El'dificio
Ciceres, Calle 1I. IEl Cangrcjo, cuar-
to 22, de li unes a vitrem s de 1:00 p.nm.
a 5:30 pm.. y c] s'ildo de 9 a
1 p.m., y presentltr dos fotogrtias
rc('i' nt(s, tIan1ailo p' isapoi 't. i as eI n-
trc\vistas s r'etiarain del 20 al 25
dc mitarzo, irnclusite.
'Il centre) dc d(mostracii(6n de
"Ato0nos ,in AiA(( t s ],prcs'ntitado
por la C'l(isi6nl d' Energia AtOinic;t
de los Estados Ulnidos (L'SAEI(C) n
('oper; (iion c ,n M inisteio ( d'
Edhlcaci)In d1 la Rtpj)blica dc
Paiina .

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Marzo 17, 1967



19-Fiestas patronales de la ciudad de David, cabecera de la Provincia
de Chiriqui. Tamnbin se celebra en El Coco de La Chorrera,
Sonfi, Pedasi, La Concepci6n, Tol6, Pese y El Valle de Ant6n.

19-26-Celebraci6n dc la Semana Santa en today la Republica de PanamnA.
Este afio cobrarti su antiguo splendor en la poblaci6n de Pes6,
en la Provincia de llerrera.

2 :30-


-A Bailar, Joven
-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
-Domingos IHerdez
-Peleas Que Hiieiron Historia
-Show del Mediodia
-Estreno Favorito
-Tarde de Toros
-Los Monroe
-El llombre del Rifle
-El T6nel del Tiempo
El Halctn

-Carnaval de Cartones
-jardin de Maravillas
-Show de ]a Una
-Reportajes Mundiales
-Tardes Fihlmicas
-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
-Marine Boy
-La Mordaza
-La Tremenda Corte
-El Bar6n
La Caldera del Diablo
-Boris Karloff Presenta

-Carnaval de(Cartones
-Jlardin de Maravillas
-Show de la Una
-Reportajes Mundiales
Tardes Filmicas
-Los Amignitos de Roblan
Club de Mickey Mouse
-La Mordaza
-Simplicia la Secretaria
Rcto al Mar
-El Fugitivo
-ElI Hombre Que Nunca Existi6
-Ajedrez Fatal

-Carnaval de Cartones
-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
Show de la Una
-Reportajes Mundiales
Tardes Filmicas
I .. ',...:_.. ., de Roblain

La Mordaza
-Blantuita Amaro
-Carrousel de la Alegria
-La Caldera Del Diablo
-Boris Karloff Presenta

Carnaval de Cartones
-Jardin de Maravillas
-Show dei la Una
Ileportaies Mundiales
-Tardes Filmicas
Los Amiguitos de Roblan
Clipper. el Delfin Maravilloso
-La Mordaza
-Los Felices Mac-Abros
-Comandos del Desierto
-Alma de Acero
-Iistoria del F.B.I.
-Ajedrez Fatial

-Carnaval de Cartones
JJardin de Maravillas
-Show de la Una
lReportaies Mundiales
Tardes Filmicas
ILos '^...,.. IcRobHlin
leyv . ..
La Mordaza:
El Avisnin Verde
-Super Show
-La Ihnbia Peligrosa
I,a Caldera Del Diablo
-Programa Especial

Carnaval de Cartones
Program Fim1),i1o)
Sarao de 'TV-2
dleprise de lia Novela de las 6
Cavernicolas del E1spacio
tIn Soltero Casadoi
226 Itlombres
El Silow de Kippy
El Vallh. d Pasionvs
Hutas, del Deslino




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En Su Pantalla

SCERRAO Madame X (ADULTOS) and evenge...O f( p,.qued
A The Outsider (AYC)IIevlnge )UOf The ( on(S)
Madiame X (A)DULTOS) and .ars Bulha (AY) .oI.
' ' The Outsider (AYC) CI'HRAIDO Toys In The Attic (ADULTOS)

Shenandoah (AYC)

Shenandoah (AYC)

The Art Of6t Love ADULTOS) ar
iThe Blrass lBottle (AYC)
The Americanization Of Emily
i ,,


-La Santa Misa
-Todo por la Patria
-Whisky a Go-Go
-Sailvese Quien Pueda
-Ventana del Mundo
-Domingo Deportivo
-Tir. V, I|
SI \,.*i.i.-de C.I.P.O.L.
I [1 n.. orpresivo

-Aventuras de in Tin Tin
-Misica y Risas
-La Hora de Corin Tellado
-Cine HIlogar
Inspector Gideon
-Novela de la Tarde
-Paiginas de la Vida
-Centinela de los Bosques
-Los Lios de Cecil
-Primera Plana
-El Show de Dick Van Dyke
-Lunes de Revlon
-Su Novela Favorita
-Conflictos Hunmanos
-Los Doctores y las Enfermeras
Los Intocables

-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
-lisica y Risas
La Ilora de Corin Tellado
-(ine Ilogar
Avcnturcros del Mississippi
Novela dc la Tarde
Piaginas de la Vida
(Cntinela dc( los Bosques
('isate y Vcras
Prinera Plana
-C6micos y Canciones
-La Horai Continental
-Su Novela Favorita
-Conflictos Humanos
Los Intocables

-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
Sorteo de la Loteria
-Musica y Risas
La Hora de Corin Tellado
-Cine 7. ,-
Edga ', ,1,
-Novela de la Tarde
-Piginas de la Vida
-Centinela de los Bosques
-Primera Plana
-Carrousel Internacional
Estrellas Palmolive
-Sn Novela Favorita
Conflicts Ilumanos
-Los Vengadores
-Los Intocabhles

-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
-Misica y Iisas
-La lora de Corin Tellado
Cir '-I
-E l .... ..
Novela de la Tarde
Pzaginas ide la Vida
-Centincla de los I .. ,
-Ldo s de redo e
Primer Plana
Beverly Ricos
-Jueves '.stelares de Pond's
-Su Novelai Favorita
-Conflietos inumanos
La lIora II
Los lntocables

Aventuras de Rlin Tin Tin
Muisica v Hisas
1,a Ilora' de Corin Tellado
Cinc Ilogir
A, entoiras en Alaska
Noveia de lat Tarde
P;iginas (de a Vida
C'entiinla de los Bosques
,, .. ,,, Sociales
Primera Plana
-La I rade denal AAstor
I-as Estrellas y Usted
Su Novel.a Favorita
Conflictos Hlumanos
Yo Soy E'spia
Vierne's con Martinetz Blanco

( olorin Colorao
Mi Madre es un Convertible
l)e Interes Para Usted
1eprise dc Corinm Tellado
I argo Slctrijc
ILargo Metaje
Luchar o Morir
Patrulla de (c CainIOS

A Pvtis):) i< So a
Perdidos en el IEspavio
lI ..ic1)o


Febrero 2:3, 1904-E1 Senado de Es-
Iados Uinidos recommend] la ratifi-
Caci(in dei Tratado Itav-Bunau
Febrero 24, 1841-Naci6 Don Jose,
Agustin Arango.
Febrero 24, 1849-Se public el pri-
mer nmtnero de "The Panama Star".
Febrero 24, 1851-Se colocaron los
priieros rieles del Ferrocarril de
Febrero 2(6, 1538-Por Cedula Real se
S institu in la Audiencia de Panama.
Febrero 20, 1571-Por C'edula Real la
Tierra Firmce 0fu hehla dependen-
cia del Virreinato del Peri en todo
lo relacionad .. .. ..
v esfcoreria 1 ,
Febrero 27, 1907-FEl Teniente Coro-
ncl George VW. Coethals fue nom-
brado ingenicro jefe de la ComisiOn
del Canal Isnmico.
1 Febrero 27. 19-08--Una orden del Sc-
crea 'rio de Guerra. establecio el
rOc lament ]parna co(Iduicir altomlio-
viles en la Zona del Canal. EI ma1-
ximo de velocidad permitido en las
c aneteras era de 15 millas por hora

Ship Of Fools ADULTSO) A Rage To Live ADULTSO)
The Art Of Love (AI)UIJTOS') and Aug To Live I(AD-LTOS)
The Bras. Bottle (AYC) __ I o L, O
The Americanization Of Emily
(ADULTOS) The Rounders (AY)

The Sword Of Monte Cristo (AYC) CERIADO


S ,1. 1 r. i.., i .

Let's Kill Incle (AY) and
Step Down To Terror (ADULTOS)


El Sr. Jos6 C6rdoba es cabo en el cuerpo d
de la Divisi6n de Terminales en el muelle de
y comenz6 a trabajar con el Canal de Panam
marzo de 1933 como guardia raso. Fue ascend
en julio de 1962. Le toca supervisor a los dem:
en la protecci6n de las mercancias del Canal d
que llegan al muelle y mantener el orden en
aspects. Naci6 en la ciudad de Col6n el 2
de 1903 y curs6 sus studios primarios en
Pablo Arosemena de su ciudad natal. Reside et
de PanamA en uni6n de su seiiora y de un
Tiene un hijo, Marcos A. C6rdoba, que estudia
afno de medicine en la Universidad de Panar
C6rdoba recibi6 certificados al completar su
ainos de servicios con el Canal de Panama y
certificado especial por sus buenos servicios
II Guerra Mundial. La pesca en las costas
y en especial en la Bahia de Las Mvinas
sus pasatiempos deportivos favorites. La ca
bicn fue de su predilecci6n en un tiempo.
much la historic y la geografia, por tal motive
y cl studio de libros y revistas que traten s
temas son de su agrado. Y explica: "Me gus
y estudiar la historic y geografia de Panama y
todo el mundo". Conoce today la T. i.;i'l.. de
recuerda much la vez que visit San Bias por
vas molas que visten las mujeres y por la gran c
caracoles y conchas que se encuentran y que s
hacer adornos y para floreros. De su trabajo di
muy satisfecho".

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y al llegar a una curva debia redu-
cirse a s8 millas por hora.

Publicac'in oi l Se mtor/,j lai ,]i, iL n 1, ie-
re iiba[l ( (sciita de c[lthIIner cr{mica
0 noll icOil aquI a arecii S, sim lIC'eould d
dh solicitil expics.
1 X .'['I'I li 1 1 ,l;1 ';I
Cobcrnador dr la Zona d('1 Canal
II. \. PA:orur
\i', crniador
FnI NK A. B .)DWIn
J'f : dr ta Oficina de cuformacrion
jin 'rIa iOd ,,,( d', public ar

fi,< nal i Jl Ie lt m 'r.-n a l iririr h
S l v" 1 A, :.rt'ih, l M all: ,l. ZIona
1h'l (6,1,1-
)is r ii ci(' i itilnia ', tI s l os o i -

:i S n i.t I Sn1>s< railtinis, Box \M .
H, loa tt..;;ht.. (:anal Zo |

.El lev{rcndo F clminh Btron CoAk-
burn. quic('n l luhws 6 cj niarT lio
poscsi,')n dc si ( ;:'r o it prcsi(d'cti dcI
u',c o 1)d i 0trito (' (j (.ri-';u o (i1
Nldsic s 'ifets d us. en in blesia
WVes],vyain:! dc. I, .! lcl d i Panain i
estal intinusi cnlt', lii<;d, ;1 (.C nal d,'
I'a a;n n i, put ad in 'lts, )po)rq fi'. !ii < i ( .>l (1,
PInxII,] mt d,{ ,,p ,,:t FrL ~ih

1,tT i( i t n di I 'I I; .
citinlol( todan~ (',' t

Sus padres ,Sr ( ^',,r m {Stratfini
Co l.nt-is ,, ]:a
, all;i] I} iinb w V. it;. t;]..i,.icron 12
,hi (;. (I'fd ,, ( I )l o I h f -
o,,i vdo pa r 't i, i, i.

ic ;] ~: } i,>"(' -r ("" ista)H al, %oiit(]O
',[ } :(' I(iu^1 t 6 1 1 i, 1
'(chD~~:(rt lei pd[ina 4

PAgina 2

T:, i otic
J .\ L 5 ,.1'. -.,

e guardias
e Crist6bal
ai el 20 de
lido a cabo
As guardias ' ..
de Panama
n todos los
0 de abril
la Escuela
n la ciudad
na cufiada...
a su cuarto
mnA. El Sr.
s 20 y 30
ademas un
durante la
de Col6n
es uno de
ceria tam- -
Le gusta
o la lectura -
sobre estos
sta conocer
luego la de
Panama y
las atracti-
;antidad de
sirven para
ice: "Estoy

El Sr. Enrique Magin Ruiz es operario de multigrafo
en la Secci6n de -. ... del Ramo de Artes Grd-
ficas en el Edificio de Administracion. Comenz6 a traba-
jar con el Canal de Panama en julio de 1962. Naci6o en
La Concepcion, cabecera del Distrito d '. la
Provincia de Chiriqui, el 19 1.. '. su
diploma de primaria en la .... i de La Concep-
cion. Estudi6 luego por various afios en la Escuela Normal
Juan Dem6stenes A osemena ..... .lis tarde,
hizo studios de ploiieria en ia I y Oficios
Melchor Lasso do la Vega. En la actualidad lleva 3 afios
de studios eon el Instituto Biblico, done a spira a con-
vertirse en ,. . de la i.., . Cuadrangular.
Es casado con la Sra. ".. '.... Ruiz y resident
en Villa Ciceres en union de sus hijos: Eunicte Verna,
de 3 afios, Enrique Jr., de 2, y Javier ....... de 1. Do
su trabajo manifiesta: "Adquiri experiencia en trabajos
anteriores en la ciudad de Panama, ' ..... me ha servido
grandemente en mi actual trabajo ... Canal, donde
hago imnpresiones en offset, en letra azul, en xerox y tam-
bi6n trabajo en la miaquina r.
Litografia Migutel Angel. "La .1 .i. ... done
trabajaba en el i'-".-' n'.-"-fn de offset fueron lugares de
experiencias pa pasatiempos favorites le
gusta pract:' ..... ,- el baloncesto. irse de pesca
y ademans ., .. ,1 ,icando en pobhlacioes a io
largo de la carretera transistmica. Y tenrina con estas
palabras: "en mi trabajo siempre trato de superarnime
S brindar Io mejor. espero que Dios me ayude para
continuar asi hasta el final".

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Ios Veteranos de G(uerrais Ex
jeras distribuyeron cste afio mile
cintas reflexivas a los nifios tde
conunidades Latinoamericanas d
Zona del Canal, para quoe las use
sus bicicletas.
Esta cs unia camlpanla (iue hacel
veterans todos los alios, cin el fi
que jovenes y pcquteios pucdan io
sus vehiculos con today seguridad
Pcro los veterans ino s conte
solanmente con ldoar las cintas a
sivas, sino (que tamibi lle\van a
una campaifa de difusi6n de los ri
mentos de trinsito aplicables a
tipo de vehiculos. Sc dittan co
rencias sore los lugares done se
mite el transito de las biciletas; s
las vias por done deben nman
sobre la cortesia que los opera
de bicicletas deben observer para
los peatones; y sobre el man.itenimi
que deben darle a sus vehiculor
que poscan bicicletas, con el fin
siempre estc'n en perfects cond
nes, y se eviten los accidents
transit en todo lo possible Asi, lo
venes y pequenfos podnir divers
con sus bicicletas y siempre est
seguros y protegidos.
Este afio, esta actividad de bene
communal estuvo a cargo de dos ac
miembros del Puesto 3822, Teni
Frank P. Albrook, de los Veter
de Guerras Extranjeras: el Coman
te del puesto, Sr. Felipe Cazob6
el Segundo Comiandante, Sr. Ea
Truxton, quiencs personalhnente d
ron conferencias sobre segoridac
bicicletas a los nifios ce todas
comunidades Latinoamericanas
sector Pacifico de la Zona del Ca
Los seiiores Cazob6n y Tru
estln muy agradecidos de la cool
ci6n que recibieron en todo momn
de part de las professors de ed

Esclusas de Miraflores
1Esclusas de G(atin
Las Cruces,
9 transitos parciales
Reina Manmulita,
5 trnisitos parciales
Jardines de Summit
Planta de Purificaci6n
de Agua r
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As de Paraiso, Srta. Loriida Sealey y Sra. ;,
las Isolda Ilodriguez de Paz. :
eI la La Divisi6n de Escuelas de la Zona "
n en del Canal prest6 today la coopcracion '
necesaria para que esta actividad re-
1 los sultara todo un exito; brind6 los audi- .;-" ,
n de torios de las escuelas para que alli se _'.
perar dictaran his conferencias sobre segu- ,
. ridad, y los patios de los locales
'Itan escolarces sirvieron para la inspeccin -- /
dhe- de lais bicicletas y para la acci6n dc
cabo adherir cintas reflexivas.
.gla- In ecl sector Atlintico de la Zona
este del Canal tambien se llevarl a cabo
mie- esta actividad de gran beneficio para
per- las comunidades. En esa Area, las
obre instructions y demiis actividades re- .
ejar; lacionadas estaran a cargo del Coman-
lores dante del Piuesto 100 del Canal de.
con Panamia, localizado en Margarita, Sr. :-
iento Ralph W. Zachary. Ya la Division de
s los I'scuelas de la Zona del Canal, sector
que Athlantico, ha ofrecido today la coopera-
licio- ci6n. En los locales escolares de las
de diferentes comunidades se l in Uos 250 muchachos y muchachas, con sus bicieletas, acudieron a escuchar una chiara sore scguridad en su
s Jo a cabo toas las actividades met ercnt eliculns que le of recii el Sr. Feline Cazobon, miemrbro de la IPolicia dce la Zona del Canal y Comandantle el u.iso
s j6- a cabo todas Is actividades referentes '3822, Teniente Frank P. Albrook, de los Veteranosdo, Guerras Extranjeras. La present vista fue tomada fuer. de la
tirse a esta camnpana de seguridad, tan Escuela Primaria de Paraiso, en moments en que los muchachos colocaban cintas reflexivas en sus bicicletas,
taran beneficiosa para la a ente joven, espe- siguiendo las instrucciones de Cazobon. Esta campafia fue efectuada por el president de los Veteranos de
cialmente en esta ipoca de vacaciones Guerras Extranjeras en todas las escuelas, primaries y secundarias Latinoamericanas, de la Zona del Canal.
eficio cscolares.
tivos Las comunidades Latinoamericanas
iente de la Zona del Canal se encuentran
anos sumnamente agradecidas de los Vete-
idan- ranos de Guerras Extranjeras, por los
6n, y esfuerzos que dedican a fomentar la
rl V. seguridad de los nifios y j6venes en
licta- esas areas.
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nal. : I
ixton Febrero 25, 1740-El Capitan Edward
pera- Vernon zarp6 desde Port Royal N
lento hacia la desenibocadura del Cha-
Juca- gres acompafiado de 6 buques de
guerra y various brulotes, queches
bombarderos y falias.
Febrero 25, 1914-La oficina y el
personal de planeamiento de la
Division de Mecanica completaron
su mudanza desde Emperador a los .
Talleres de Balboa.
246 Febrero 28, 1874-M. George Loew
305 compr6 Ia segunda de tres parcelas
de tierra en la Plaza de la Indepen- I
635 dencia en done construy6 el Grand
Hotel que nmas tarde fue usado "
como edificio de adiniiistracion J
96 por las compa3iias del canal frances
200 v hasta 1900 por !a Comisi6n del
Canal Istmio. i .
S Febrero 28. 1899-La comisi6n espe-
S cial de la r"ueva ir.l. '1.
Canal Francs .....
450 que com fimaba ..... .... -
Sj nes de la comissin t6enica de un Felipe Cazob6n, Comandante del Puesto 3822, Teniente Frank P. Albrook, de los Veteranos de Guerras Extran-
9605 canal de 20.75 metros sobre el nivel jeras, adhiere cinia reflexive de sexuridad a ina de los centenares de bicciletas qe llevaron
medio de mar con 4 eslusas. a la Escueta P.' los niios y jovenes de las comunidades de Paraiso y Pedro Los nio0s
tambi6n escucliaron charlas que sobre la seguridad en bicieletas les diet6 el Sr. Cazob6n.

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q, ILa Asociaci6n Paamcnefio-Norte-
... ainericaa esti brindando, desde el 15
J d este ines de mIrzo, ni curso de
I nglMs muy 6til para aquellos estudian-
tcs de escuela secundaria quc picnsan
i se' uir studios unli crisitalrios o-n los
Sr Estados Unidos.
DE- I 1 Este curso, de I inls dI' dulraci6n,
( esti limiitado exchi ivax cmiit' 10
estudiauies por clase, con el fin de
S rindarles uii at intiiucci6n sniuinacni '
intensive. Consistini en ciatro cases
I diaries, de lhmes a virnes, (qui setrn
d; : ietadys de 10 a.m. laIs 12 m.. I
dc les 2 a 4 p.m.
,. El p oLora h ,,ds consist Cazob6n, mienmbro de la Pol7in de la Zona del Canal Comandante
SIi P- ide Puesto 3822 T-nientc Frank i. Albrook, de los Veteranos de Cuerras
oni 11 r1 epso (d' la hI grnitic'a inglesa, Extranjeras, dicta -nha chari sore seguridad en sus bicicletas a los niios
studioo de( a litIertura de Estados de la Escue'a Primaria de Paraiso. La charia versx c sobre rl nantenimicnto
Unid s 1 hior diana d1 ,onversaci6n que los pequefios deben darIc a sus vehiculos y sore los reglainentos de
en inglis, trainsito '. a los conductors de bicieletas.
w-r .El fil de este cur-so ecs ayudar a

Ilos cstudiantes para quie pu(dan "apro-
Sbar los exAimenes di ingles iqu se
requieren para que ;scan admnitidos en
Ilas in1stitu(ciones d cii'1scfianza superior
I de los stados tUnidos.
SComio apIuntailos antes, Ia atri-
Sculla en cada ciase 's limita1da a 10
i cstudiantes. ILas solicitudes de In:tri-
ci1a1 s rccibcn (n hIias ofcin'ais d'e la

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dos el Vicrncs Santo, 24 de miaronl -
PIra podecr provr sericio di vcnta i
dc coiwcstibiics cl dia lntc s deIl 'icr-
ns Santo, la sectil de comestibles .
'[l \hl ,) c"n dc I'Piraiso pc rn Ianc tcr
,t !', Irt cl'I ju'1ci 23 dc 1 m.rII o, dcai I (
[c i:ts h rh S rs ia '-, ci> qucId cle o'di-

}as horas rI g ul ics },i Supw]p'ctt{ f dh ].'
Di):.ahilio y M i.ita Y l;i SI.c i i dc Ic
SConcnrl0ecia de (daito'. .n

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El2 Capitiln Jaimes Hunter, dc Fucl-
te Amador, fue el ganador del torneo
indiidlal <'n el to{rneo abierto dc
tenis de 1967 del Club de Tenis de
Paraiso, al veneer i'n el partido final
a Paul Novoa, de 19 aflos de cdad,
de la ciudad de Panamni, por 6-2, 4-6
y 6-3 el domingo pasado.
En los doubles, Novoa y su comipa-
fiero Ray\ Nesl)itt, de Diablo Heights,
ganaron cl titulo al veneer a ]a pareja
formada por lHunter y el Tenicnte
Page, de Fuerte Davis, por 4-6, 6-4
0 6-2.
Elstal pendiente el juego final por
la corona juvenile de individuals en-
tre Roberto Moolchan, de Rainbow
City, y Esteban Pierre, de la ciudad
de Panama, dcbido a que Pierre se

lastim6 el tobillo derecho. La feeliha
semi annmciada proxinmamente.
Unas :300 personas presenciaron los
parlidos finales, los males resuIltaron
Los p)remiios a los veneedores fue-
ron entregados por cl Vieegoberna-
dor I1. R. Parfitt al eampe6n James
lhmnter; el trofeo de subcampe6n lo
entreg6 el Sr. Frank A. Castles, Su-
perinitendente de la )i iisi'6 de
Esuenclas a Paiul Novoa; el Sr. John
WV. Hare, Funcionario de Servicios
Especiales hizo entrega del trofeo de
eaballerosidad a Winston Yearwood y
el Sr. Samuel Dieli, Funeionario de
ksuntos Culturales del USIS, entreg6
los trofcos a la pareja ganadora de
los doubles, asi como tambi6n a los
perdedores del partido final.

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20 Ahos de Servicio

Arthur G. Gouldburn
Oficinista Mecan6grafo

Edith V. Britton
Planchadora de Ropa a Vapor
Ismael A. Salcedo
Ayudante Cocinero
Jesus Ceballos
Operario de Equipo de
Maintenimiento de Predios
Alfredo Cortez
Francisco B6squez
Operario de Tractor
Rafael E. Bennett
Santiago Esquina
Ayudante Aparejador
Emery C. Thompson
Walter J. Williams
Ciriel F. Bracy
Pintor (Mantenimniento)
Adolphus J. Burgess
Edmund L. McCarty
Kenneth M. Jorgensen
Subjefe T6cnico en Ingenieria
Peter W. Foster
Capataz Reparador de Central
de Tel6fonos

Jeanne S. Garcia
Oficinista Encargada de Cuentas
Corrientes I, ,'
Herman S. Nelson
Mozo de Cocina
Irvin R. King
Lubricador (Planta de Equipo
Pablo E. P6rez
Encargado de Mantenimiento
Roy R. Skeete
I Ayudante MeeAnico Tornero
Nemesio Guardia
CapitAin dc Lancha Motora
TomAs E. Barrera
Despachador Subalterno de
Combustibles liquidos (Muelles)
George R. Athias
SuLbjefe Verificador de Carga
Edison Galindo
Capataz Estibador (Muelles)
Norberto Marin M.
Despachador Subalterno de
Combustibles I iquidos i,' I I!
Herbert 0. Senior
Cato May
SPolicia Raso
George V. Ashers
Ayudante Carnicero
Joseph Alfred
Auxiliar de Enfcrmeria
I Ezequias Pineda
SLuther Barrett
S Auxiliary de Enfermeria


El campe6n v el subcampe6n del torneo abicrto de tenis de Paraiso posan al final d 1, ....... . .'cbrada
en la cancha 1(e Paraiso. El Capitan Jim Hunter, de Fuerte Amador, ...... .1 a ..... .l . npe6,
mientras que Paul Novoa, de la ciudad de Panamai fue el subheampeon. 1, I. es.x ... H. ,.
Parfitt v a la izquierda Frank A. Castles, Superintendente de la Divisio6., .

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Sensational fue el triunfo alcanzado
por el ex campe6n mundial del peso
ligero Ismael Laguna el viernes ilti-
mo sobre el puertorriq(ueino Frankie1
NarvAez, en el combat a 12 asaltos
que se celebr6 en el Madison Square
Garden de Nueva York.
La prensa neoyorqulina, en formal
unimnime, consider (que el triunfo de
Laguna fue amplio y que es el boxca-
dor nmiAs emoeionant que se ha pre-
scntado en el Garden en los niltinlos
20 ailos.
Se hlacen las gestiones para pre-
sentar en el famoso coliseo depor-
livo el encuentro por cl titulo mundial

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de la divii6n entre el canimpe6)n Car-
los Ortiz y l'aiuna, ofrecicnd/o el
Garden a Ortiz la mayIor cantidad de
dinero ialluis ofrcidia a Iun c'amp'n11
ligero para i(u( deficiida su corona
en ese 1lugar. l a inla tr suma pan1la
a un campe6n fue de '55.000 cuando
Ortiz. defcndi6 su titulo frentc al fili-
pino Gabriel "Flash" E lordc en octu-
ibre del ano pasadco.
Tnos 5.000 panaie-nis alentaron ;1
Lamuna durante el eincuentro del vier-
nes. Alrededor de 400 panamefios
viajaron a Nueva York en diferenctes
exc\ursioI)es. En Nueva York viven
unios 18.000 panamefios.

Los Indio.s Cunas
I''ntre ]as personas (qule viajaron a
Nucvai York para prcsnciiar el en-
cuientlro, se enliontraialI tires indios
," 12 -\ cunllas a' San Blas hl'chlo qlue por
l.primera Nez1 se riegitra en la hiioria
".d. de xcursiones depoltivas.
*'" ,- >* : .-\ A esto se une el hcIculo-d- csconoci{Il
por muichos-de qic ('1 n el Brom\,
... Nueva York, resident unos ,20 indios
i'unas desde 1952.
hInforma un panamiei'lo reideni teen
Nueia York. que despius deo una
plieseitaciOln del Bodcn de (tGene
Autry eln el Madison Square G(arden,
vioi a hls indios c'lttj k 'c'. ( qu esalan eln
el espectkiculo dec Autry.
cs *ILeLs priul'nt 1 panamelico si en-
'tendianl lo que decial l os chlcrokees.,

Dignaitarios y oficiales del torneo abierto de tenis de Paraiso aparectn con los tenistas que sobresalierion en la
competencia terminada la semana pasada. De ijquierda a derechia, cl Capitan Jim Hunter, campe6n del torneo
de individiales; Winston Yearwood, ganador del trofeo de eaballerosidad; Frank A. Castles, Superintendente
de la Dlivisi6n de Escuelas; Juan Iloyte, director del torneo; el Vicegohernador II. R. Parfitt; el deportista pana-
menio Ceorge Motta; John Hare, Funeionario de Servicios Especiales, y el subcampe6l) Paul Novoa.

Alto Religioso
(Vimew (c la pdnina 2)
sc distinui6 por 1in rpidc' con q(ue
efctulhal sus labores, al extreme qu114
sc Ie puso el sol)renlombre de "Speed".
Tambllhin pis6 servicios ('1 la Divi-
sion de Mantcninliento ('n1 CristI 'al..
Cuando termin su serv'icio con el
CanIal. para ir a estludiar al1 Col]e io1
Tcolo'6-ico Caenwvood, enl Jamaica. sus
calificaciones eran: "I':\ecleite, tanto
I col0nduct (a c'omIo e calidad de tra-
E] nuevo president, Mt1dista
o I kllurI reside enI PI t aiI I n s1
sposa Lesma su 1 liia nall or 1 Patricia.
16'n hio. i st ). ( Ti ) en T 1: univrsi-
did dc ( h, la India, (),( ,c tlls en
ltinu; (a. ? un ,, ]i .i \N.. ll .t' la s' u(Ia sLI ) u( ndaria. 1en Kins ,ton
Jlmai a.

1 los de Sall Bias contestaron: "'es qu
habl mos el mislmo idioma".
Esto es a1o q11(e se i.inorabla aqui,
qu11 los indios cunas y los ch11rokc1es
1 hahlan I l misino idio4 ma, 4 por 1o
lclo s 1e e1tiendl( i. Y, I o l ilan no-
tado ustcdcs una senwiim/a n'1 la pro-
nnu iacilln dle "'c roke(," y (, 1 li qui?

(V1 incl c d(' 1 !a ii 11na1 7)
A las i) p.m. es la I'rP ccsinM drl
Santo Sepulero. c ina n MlnI r('(I -
sinmiento. Solo se esCcha el druno
de los pies, al cnilinar sore el a'dfalto
del 'amino. Muchos penitcntes Va1In
descalZos. Otros co.' vestiduras milora-
dlas. Y flota3 e l l al iih)inlte ,s1rro
de ple'1arias qu1 e hon11 brc,41 y 111iers4
e]e\'an al Ttodopoh(,eroso.
1'1 SaIbado Santo tamIbi6n ( 's de
oracitn v "re'o imient1 iHay 111 C('I]-
tinuo desfile todo el dia. de fields qie
Iln a adorIir la Crui en )l TempIl.
Al a1 e r la 11no e, saI e I Proc'csi n
de ha Soledad de ]a \'irh e\i Mria.
solo de mlui'erc. La n11ica a4nda e, IlI
dt' 1Lal Dolo(iosa, ad1ornada di claracu-
ch11s )Ia cas. 1,as Ini111ires 11evan veli-
tas e(1n la man11111 o.
A la nlmdiannothe sc 'anta lI Misa
Cde Gloria ('n 1 Resurreccin del
Al amancccer del (ldomino, tii:,I lu-
gar ,a Pro 1cision del I'.n enltr). E1n
rcali]dad, soln dos pm'11si1Cnes: la que
acompafla a SaIn Juan. cl Discip1lo
Ama.lio. la de las Muicrcs de Jer's-
1slnn. Cl oan mo I s I" clnc1 ntiaI s'l Ic (cu-
1nifica la a!.leii ria del ali, 1o d1 1 ,
41 esurrecinI dIel 5;nol .
Du]alntc cl lDomininpnb de Pascna }v
fe etei'o popiulr s, dmucl is i'cr'lo
y. solre todo. .ran v; in d:>da d,
c.oiunduis v\']da )dera>]i ltc tipica-, !!,

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] (;olc iw \\la pi ]i.i ,.r. fa-

.it la D] irCc. i'1 d] un ,tos fivil,
\v u )Dircctor6 \' a r..dc/i la p,-
r.( i6o (.pl(,ldidi, (1c ( tdo ', 1 d1 la
dirc' on qu m ,l in I d II anI- <0t,
pren]) n a, ayndarum a in, ,h h-i].]i h ,1 la
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urn, da d" Mifsi bScur:l -7{ d< 1
lib es:dn'/tl J{oliiisun.

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