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
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Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
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37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body:
Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
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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THE PANAMA CANAL Gift ofthe Panama Canal M museum

SSpille wa y

Vol. VI, No. 12 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, September 8, 1967

Briton on World Trip

In 11.9-Foot Sailboat

A stubby little sailing vessel, appro-
priately called the Sea Egg, is cap-
turing the attention at the Panama
Canal Yacht Club at Cristobal.
The Sea Egg was sailed from Eng-
land by a 27-year-old Lancashireman
who plans to circle the globe by him-
self despite the fact that the boat,
rigged as a sloop, is only 11.9 feet
long and 5.3 feet wide. Skipper-owner
John C. Riding began his voyage
July 30, 1964, from Plymouth, but he
is not an advocate of haste and
adheres to no strict itinerary.
Prior to his current visit to the
Isthmus, he saw these waters several
times while serving as a cadet with
the Pacific Steam Navigation Co., one
of the biggest users of the Panama
Canal. Riding transited the Canal
five times while employed by the firm.
His actual sailing experience, before
starting his present voyage, was lim-
ited to about 42 days, the result of
a job of caring for a friend's 54-foot
ketch that he sailed down the coast
of France.
It was after this that he was struck

U.S. Agencies

Plan Attractive

Bocas Exhibits
The United States will be well
represented at the colorful Bocas del
Toro Fair scheduled for September
15-17 with participation of the Pan-
ama Canal, U.S. Southern Command,
USIS, and U.S. AID.
Each U.S. agency will have its
own pavilion and exhibit at the fair.
This year the Panama Canal exhibit
takes on the aura of an old-time circus
with a bright blue, orange-trimmed,
round top circus-type tent. The large
tent-40 feet in diameter-is flame and
water resistant and will hold many
attractive displays. Visitors to the
exhibit will see themselves on closed-
circuit TV as they enter the tent.
The theme of the Panama Canal
exhibit this year is the Panama Canal
Apprenticeship Program, which gives
young employees an opportunity to
train for skilled crafts and trades.
An Alliance for Progress exhibit
is being presented with the coopera-
tion of USIS. Housed in a round,
native style bohio 20 feet in diameter,
the display will include panels and
charts depicting the work of the
Alliance for Progress since its incep-
tion at the Punta del Este confer-
ence. Other panels and maps depict
achievements of the Alliance for
Progress in Panama in the fields of
public health, education, agriculture,
housing and community development.
The U.S. Army will present its
ever-popular wild animal zoo from
Fort Sherman, a collection of wildlife
of the Panama area. The collection
includes animals ranging from small
rodents and deadly snakes to larger
mammals, such as the mountain lion
or puma.
In addition, there will be sky-
diving exhibitions each day of the
fair, September 15, 16, and 17, by
the Pan-American Sports Parachute
Club. Certain to be a big hit with the
younger set will be the talented Clown
Team composed of military personnel
of Fort Clayton who will perform at
the Bocas Fair.
This group has delighted audiences
with its antics at many of the Shriner's
activities in the Canal Zone. This will
(Continued on p. 4)

with the idea of sailing around the
world. He first tried it in 1961 with
a friend but their vessel cracked up
in the Canary Islands, ending that
Riding worked at a number of odd
jobs for the money to pay for the boat
and his expenses. The vessel, later
christened Sio Ag (Swedish for Sea
Egg) was built in France to his design.
The cabin, which appears barely large
enough for Riding's 6-foot 4-inch
frame, is watertight, allowing him to
keep dry and to sleep when seas are
not too rough.
The cabin is crammed with bare
necessities, foods, 20 one-gallon water
containers, a 6-foot 6-inch bunk and
other vital gear. His radio equip-
ment consists of a portable transitor
receiver. The boat has no engine.
Small though she is, the Sea Egg
is sturdy and seaworthy. "In rough
weather, I would much rather be
aboard the Sea Egg than many much
larger vessels," Riding said. "I've
been lucky about weather generally,
though I had 40-foot seas in the Bay
of Biscay and wind gusts in the
Azores, later confirmed, up to 100
miles per hour."
Riding's path to Panama was a cir-
(Continued on p. 4)

New Bantam Bowling
League Starts Saturday
A new Bantam League for bowlers
aged 7 through 12 will start at the
Balboa lanes at 8 a.m., Saturday. The
first morning will be for registration
and league officers ask that parents
accompany their children the first day.
The Balboa alleys have enough
8-, 9-, and 10-pound balls for the
junior keglers. Children may bowl in
their socks if they do not have bowl-
ing shoes or until they get them.

The Balboa High School Senior
Reception will be held at the Fort
Amador Officers' Club from 2 to 4
p.m., Sunday. Refreshments will be
served and new seniors will be intro-
duced to their classmates. All seniors
are invited.

As a service to Panama Canal em-
ployees and other Canal Zone res-
idents desiring to hunt game in the
Republic of Panama and to help
insure compliance with regulations,
copies of Panama's recent decree
(No. 23) on Protection and Conserva-
tion of Wildlife are being made avail-
able in English translation through
Canal Zone hunt and gun clubs.
A limited number also will be avail-
able at the Panama Canal Information
Office, Balboa Heights.
The decree was issued by the office
of Rub6n D. Carries, Jr., Minister of
Agriculture, Commerce, and Indus-
tries, and signed by President Robles.
The decree is regarded as a land-
mark in Panama's wildliC corserva-
tion efforts. Its stated purrF-se is

Nursing Services Refresher

Course May Be Offered Here

The phenomenal rate of growth of
hospital facilities, new approaches to
medical care, the complex demands
on today's nurses, and ever-increasing
specialization have created a shortage
of some 125,000 nurses in the United
States at the present time. If these
conditions continue, there will never
be enough nurses for the needs of the
This same shortage of nurses is
reflected in the Canal Zone. To help
meet this expanded demand for nurses
in the community, the Health Bureau
Nursing Services Office is considering
setting up a pilot plan for inactive
nurses who are interested in returning
to professional practice,
If sufficient interest is shown by
this inactive-but valuable-group, a
refresher course will be given this fall.
Gorgas Hospital as a teaching hospital
has facilities to help meet this
need by offering the refresher course
both in classroom and guided clinical
The Nursing Services refresher pro-
gram could produce a reservoir of

nurses for part-time or full-time posi-
tions, for emergencies, or for private
Because nursing is mainly a profes-
sion for women, the many who leave
the profession when they marry create
a gap in this important service. One-
third of the women who qualify as
registered nurses are not now working
in the profession. Many of these highly
trained women are house-bound
because of family commitments.

"conserving, restoring, and protecting
certain species of wild animals useful
to man which are in immediate danger
of disappearing."
For this purpose, it is strictly pro-
hibited to hunt certain species within
the Republic for the period of time
indicated by the National Committee
of Wildlife.
These include 16 specified species
of wildlife, among them certain kinds
of deer, tapir, paca, tinamou, guan,
duck, turtle, and golden frogs.
Hunting of iguana also is prohibited
between December 1 and May 1
Use qf explosives or poisonous
substances for fishing is banned, as are
pole or net fishing totally covering a
riverbed or flow of a river and fishing
with firearms and fishing at night with
lamps or artificial light.
Under a section captioned "Sanitary
(Continued on p. 4)

Parfitt To Attend

Top Management

Course at Harvard
Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt has been
selected as one of 160 business execu-
tives and Government officials to
participate in the 52d session of
the Advanced Management Program
(AMP) conducted by the Harvard Uni-
versity Graduate School of Business
Arldministration Bostonn Mfass

On the Isthmus, this problem is The 13-week course is designed to
made less acute by the availability of prepare executives in, or approaching,
domestic help which can free mothers top management positions to exercise
who are inactive nurses desirous of full leadership responsibility in an age
returning to their profession. of unprecedented change and chal-
The refresher program would pro- lenge. The 52d session begins Sep-
vide an opportunity for inactive regis- temiber 11 and ends with graduation
tered nurses to review and update ceremonies December 8.
nursing knowledge and skills. Require- Nearly 6,000 executives have been
nients for the refresher course are: graduated from AMP, the Nation's
Registered professional nurse status; oldest and largest resident manage-
good health; willingness to work; no ment development program begun by
age limit. Interested persons may con- Harvard Business School in 1943 as
tact the Office of Nursing Services, the pioneer university program of
Gorgas Hospital, telephone, 2-6445. its kind.

$589,800 CONTRACT


Is Given

On Gorgas

A contract for the rehabilitation of
Section A of Gorgas Hospital at a cost
of $589,800 has been awarded to
Dillon Construction, Inc., and notice
to proceed with the work was issued
this week.
The work, to be completed in about
a year and a half, is the first major
renovation at the Gorgas Hospital
complex since completion of the
modern 8-story annex in 1964.
The base bid of $589,800 was the
lowest of three offers made on the
project. Other contractors bidding
were Abright Electric Construction
Co., Inc., and Diaz & Guardia.
Renovations in Section A will in-
clude conversion of the present gen-
eral medical wards into 4 new wards
with private rooms and baths for from
1 to 3 patients each. The section also
will house doctors' offices and exam-
ination rooms. The entire building
will be air conditioned.
Section A (Bldg. 255) is the south
wing of the old hospital complex.

Gorgas Bringing

20 Physicians

As Consultants
Plans are complete at Gorgas Hos-
pital to bring many outstanding phy-
sicians from all over the United States
to the Isthmus to visit and consult
with the local doctors, interns, and
residents on new approaches to
patient treatment. Most of the visiting
doctors also will spend some time at
Coco Solo Hospital.
About 20 doctors will be coming
to lecture, show films and exhibits,
and see problem cases related to their
specialty of medicine. Most of the
doctors who are coming are faculty
members of large medical schools
who have gained fame in their
respective fields over the years.
Medical schools at these univer-
sities will be represented: Florida,
Colorado, Tufts New England Med-
ical Center, Texas Southwestern,
Cornell, Harvard, Texas, Kansas, Mis-
souri, Indiana, and several outstand-
ing military hospitals and medical
The visits will last 3 days each, and
physicians in the Republic of Panama
are invited to inquire about dates and
times. Specialties represented will be
Orthopedics, Oral Surgery, Ophthal-
mology, Radiology, Aseptic Prac-
tice, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Pedi-
atrics, Cardiology, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Pathology, Internal Medicine,
Gastroenterology, Surgery, Urology
and Neurology.
This is the third year of operation
for the Visiting Consultants Program,
and one of several programs that keep
local physicians up to date on the
latest professional developments.

Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks 2,948
Gatun Locks--------- ----- 435
Summit Cardens 254
Fort San Lorenzo ---------- 100
Las Cruces, Diana,
5 partial transits_---_ .- 436

Ships transits:
Fair Sky -- -
Grand Total

_ 5,041

Almost round "Sea Egg" is dwarfed by other sailing craft at the Panama
Canal Yacht Club, Cristobal. Bearded owner-skipper John C. Riding, a
27-year-old Englishman, crossed the Atlantic in the tiny craft and plans to
circle the globe. The "Sea Egg" has an overall length of. only 11.9 feet and
has a 5.3-foot beam. Riding is 6 feet 4 inches tall.

Panama Wildlife Conservation

Decree Translations Available




Registration for Florida State

Fall Quarter Set for October 2-6

Another new Panama Canal pilot gets his unlimited pilots' license from
Capt. Alvin L. Gallin, USN, Chief of the Navigation Division, in the office
of the Marine Director at Balboa Heights. At right is Capt. Arthur Logan,
Acting Balboa Port Captain. Captain Irwin comes from Convent, La., and
is a veteran of the Korean war. He was employed by MSTS in New Orleans
prior to coming to the Canal organization.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
September 9, 1967
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 5:35, 8:40 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Is Paris Burning? (AY)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-A Face In The Rain
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Arrivederci Baby!
Fri., 6:15, 8:30 p.m.-Mister Roberts (AY)
Sat., 6:30 p.m.-I Deal In Danger (AYC)
Sat., 9:00 p.m. (Prerelease)-Return Of
The Seven (ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-110 mins.)
-Smoky (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-A Man And A Woman
Tues.-Backlash (ADULT)
Wed.-Town Tamer (AY)
Thurs.-The Seven Year Itch (ADULT)
Fri.-Red Tomahawk (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Day Of
The Badman (AY)
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Thunder Bay (AYC)
Sun.-The Poppy Is Also A Flower (AY)
Tues.-The Seven Year Itch (ADULT)
Wed.-A Man And A Woman (ADULT)
Fri.-Dear Brigitte (AYC)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-Hotel (ADULT)
Tues.-Wed.-See You In Hell, Darling
Thurs.-The Mystery Of Thug Island (AY)
Fri.-Ride Clear Of Diablo (AYC)
Sat., 6:30 p.m.-Naked Prey (ADULT)
Sat., 9:00 p.m. (Prerelease)-8 On The
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-89 mins.)-
The Desert Legion (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-In Like Flint (AY)
Tues.-The Deadly Bees (AY)
Wed.-Dark Purpose (AY)
Thurs.-Party Crashers (AY)
Fri.-Thunder Bay (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-4 D-Man
Sat.-Gunfight In Abilene (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-82 mins.)-
Have Rocket, Will Travel (AYC)
Sun.-Way ... Way Out (ADULT)
Tues.-I Deal In Danger (AYC)
Thurs.-The Deadly Bees (AY)
Fri.-Dark Purpose (AY)

Special Matinees
-All Films AYC or as Listed ****-
Saturday, September 9, 1967
BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
10:00 a.m.
The Battle Of Apache Pass-Jeff Chandler,
John Lund: Story of the blood teud that
turned the greatest of Indian nations
from peace to war. (R.) (SIT.) (Tech-
nicolor.) T-92 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Bengal Brigade-Rock Hudson, Arlene
Dahl: An adventure of India's most
turbulent era. (SIT.) (Technicolor.)
T-95 mins.

Spanish Course
Registration is scheduled from 6 to
8 p.m., Tuesday, at the Balboa YMCA
for those interested in polishing their
knowledge of Spanish. This is a course
for those who already have a basic
knowledge, who can read and under-
stand fairly simple sentences. Mrs.
Aurora Courchaine will be the in-
structor. The first unit of the two-part
course starts September 18 and ends
November 16. Cost per unit is $20.

2:00 p.m.
Duel At Silver Creek-Audie Murphy, Faith
Domergue: An exciting saga of the
frontier warfare waged against claim
jumpers. (SIT.) (Color.) T-84 mins.
6:15 p.m.
The Golden Horde-Ann Blyth, David
Farrar: Depicting Genghis Khan's inva-
sion of Persia in the 13th Century.
(Color.) T-84 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Batman-Adam West, Burt Ward: Batman
and Robin . TV's dynamic duo . .
in an action-packed adventure film.
(Color.) T-112 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Jet Attack-John Agar, Audrey Totter:
High adventure! Almost unbelievable . .
behind enemy lines during the Korean
War. (SIT.) T-75 mins.

*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

The fall quarter of the Florida
State University Canal Zone program
will open with registration October 2
through 6 at the Florida State Univer-
sity Office, Building 808, Albrook
Students may register Monday
through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon; and
Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
6:30 to 8 p.m. Late registration will
end October 13.
Classes for the 10-week courses will
begin October 9 and end Decem-
ber 15. All courses are 3 quarter hours
credit except Elementary Spanish,
9 quarter hours; General Biology,
4 quarter hours; Business Law,
4 quarter hours; and Speech for
Foreign Students, no academic credit.

Courses offered are: Written Com-
munication, Elementary Spanish, Gen-
eral Sociology, Business Law, History
of Mexico, Western Civilization,
Speech for Foreign Students, Prin-
ciples of Economics, Social Changes
in Under-developed Areas, General
Biology, Humanities, Chaucer's Can-
terbury Tales, Latin American Cul-
ture and Civilization, Police Public
Relations, Basic Mathematics, Amer-
ican Federal Government, Advanced
Expository Writing, Social Anthro-
pology, Essential of Interviewing.
Any person having a high school
diploma or its equivalent may apply
for admission.
For information and counseling
appointments, call Florida State
University office, Albrook 7238.

Alfred Houston, center, an employee of the Panama Canal organization for
25 years and Food Supervisor in the Supply Division, was presented a
Superior Service Award for his contribution to the food operations of the
Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Study Commission. The presentation
was made by J. F. Manning, right, General Manager of the Canal's Supply
Division, in the absence of L. A. Ferguson, Director, Supply and Community
Service Bureau. At left is R. P. Laverty, Assistant General Manager, Supply
Division. The citation noted that in addition to his regular duties, Houston
was assigned to assist the Office of Interoceanic Canal Studies in establishing
and implementing the food service operations in the Darien area. Col. Alex
G. Sutton, Field Director, Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Study Commis-
sion, in a letter of commendation to Mr. Houston, expressed his appreciation
for the latter's superior performance in this project.

Esau E. Young, second from left, who has been in charge of the non-ferrous operation in the Balboa Scrap Yard
since June 1958, and Karl Harris, second from right, who has been employed with the Storehouse Division for
more than 41 years and now is in charge of all the receiving and shipping on the Pacific side, each received a
Superior Service Award in recognition of outstanding work in the organization. The awards were presented by
L. A. Ferguson, center, Director of the Panama Canal's Supply and Community Service Bureau. Present at the
recognition ceremony were J. H. White, left, Chief of the Division of Storehouses, and J. L. H. Demers, Chief,
Warehousing, Scrap and Salvage. This is the second Superior Service Award for Young. On June 23, 1963, he was
given a Superior Service Award for his work and his leadership.

Courses Scheduled at Gatun Pool

A lifesaving course will be given to pass a preliminary swimming test.
at Gatun Swimming Pool every Satur- Persons who are 16 years of age or
day, starting September 23, from 10 older, or who are students in or above
a.m. to noon. In order to take the the 11th grade in school and can pass
Junior Lifesaving course the stu- a preliminary swimming test are eligi-
dent must be 12 years of age or ble to enroll in the senior lifesaving
going into the 7th grade and able course.

Teen Dance Tonight
The Grapes of Wrath will make
their first appearance at the Balboa
Teen Club tonight when they will
play for the dance from 7:30 to
11:30 p.m.
Dress will be sportswear, Members
are admitted free. Non-meimbers are
charged a nominal fee.

September 8, 1967

(EDITOR's NOTE: These are the first
in a series of briefs to be published
periodically to keep you posted on what's
going on where you see "men at work"
around the Canal Zone.)

Modernizing 12 of the Prado type
buildings. Work includes rehabilita-
tion of kitchens, bathrooms and maid's
shower rooms, replacing electrical
and plumbing systems, and installing
new maid's rooms.

Improvements to the electrical dis-
tribution system. This includes the
installation of two new power feeders
from the Balboa substation at Roose-
velt Avenue. It will require trenching
across roads and under the railroad
tracks in the Balboa Commissary area.

Play shelters are being built in
Pedro Miguel and Paraiso for use by
children of these communities.

Street lights will be provided: on
Gorgas Road near the new hospital;
Balboa Road from Amador Road to
Fourth of July Avenue; Diablo Ter-
race intersection; 11th Street and
Roosevelt Avenue; intersection of
Randolph Road and Bolivar High-
way; intersection of Trinidad Street
and Jamaica Street in Rainbow City;
and on Fulton Road in Coco Solo.

Four masonry, five-family type
quarters are being constructed. Exist-
ing columns and beams at the site
plus concrete slabs remaining from
previous buildings will be fitilized.

A new boys dressing-shower facil-
ity is being constructed and the exist-
ing dressing-shower room was made
suitable for use by the girls. Air con-
ditioning is being provided for the
dressing rooms and a ventilation
system for the gymnasium.

Being constructed are a new gym-
nasium, dressing-shower and drying
area will be converted into classrooms.
Also being constructed are three
tennis courts with lighting systems.

Thomas Craft of Portland, Oreg.,
found his apartment on fire, jumped
out of the second story window,
went to the front door of the build-
ing and rang the doorbell to report
the fire.

Page 2

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


September 8, 1967



Annie R. Rathgeber, from Administrative
Services Assistant to Administrative

Thora S. Mahoney, Legal Clerical Assistant.

Josiah Cuthbert M., File Clerk.
William S. Wigg, from Supervisory Man-
agement Technician to Supeivisory Man-
agement Technician (Chief, Records
Management Staff).
Melvin D. Kennedy, Jr., from Police Pri-
vate, Police Division, to Photographer
Carlos Hayot R., from Food Service
Worker, Supply Division, to Messenger,
Administrative Services Division.
George C. Clarke, Jr., from Learner (Liquid
Fuels Wharfman) to Learner (Duplicat-
ing Machine Operator).

Office of the Director
William J. Kilgallen, from Administrative
Assistant to Administrative Officer.
Industrial Division
Robert Whitelaw, from Machinist (Main-
tenance) to Lead Foreman Machinist
Tyrone D. Jones, from Apprentice (Pipe-
fitter), 3d Year, to Apprentice (Pipe-
fitter), 4th Year.
Joseph Wallace, from Helper Machinist to
Machine Operator.
Wilfred H. Anderson, from Painter to
Leader Painter.
Wilfred M. Smith, from Apprentice (Ship-
wright), 4th Year, to Shipwright.
Carlos A. L6pez, Terani 0. Simons, from
Apprentice (Machinist), 4th Year, to
Machinist (Marine).
Edwin Farrell, from Apprentice (Rigger),
4th Year, to Rigger.
Carlos A. Myrie, from Apprentice (Diesel
Engine Mechanic), 4th Year, to Diesel
Engine Mechanic.
Carl C. Townsend, from Apprentice
(Welder), 4th Year, to Welder.
Cyrus W. Field, from Foreman (Metal
Working) to Supervisory Production
Controller (Marine) (Production Super-
Earl A. Robins, from Marine Engineer to
Supervisory General Engineer.
Emmanuel Burton, from Leader Painter
to Lead Foreman Painter.
Claude L. Johnson, from Bookkeeping Ma-
chine Operator, Payroll and Machine
Accounting Branch, to Learner (Helper
Leo A. Wilkinson, from Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Machinist), 2d Year.
George W. Bovell, Jr., from Apprentice
(Shipwright), 2d Year, Industrial Train-
ing Staff, to Apprentice (Shipwright),
3d Year.
Richard A. McFarlane, from Apprentice
(Welder), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Welder), 3d Year.
Hubert G. Ranger, from Apprentice (Rig-
ger), 2d Year, Industrial Training Staff,
to Apprentice (Rigger), 3d Year.
Locks Division
Joseph J. Bento, Arthur V. Nygard, from
Machinist to Lock Operator (Machinist).
Harold S. Gaskin, from Lead Foreman
(Operations, Lock Wall) to Guard, Canal
Security Force.
Silvestre SAinchez B., from Oiler to Lead
Foreman (Operation, Lock Wall).
Simon Elizabeth, from Linehandler to
Helper Lock Operator.
Melvin 0. Husband, from Toolroom
Attendant to Time and Leave Clerk.
Pedro W. Rhodes, from Seaman, Dredging
Division, to Guard, Canal Security
Larry G. Gramlich, from Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Machinist), 2d
Year, Locks Division.
Albert A. Lopez, from Linehandler to
Helper Lock Operator.
Linton Alleyne B., from Laborer (Cleaner),
Supply Division, to Linehandler.
James L. Slover, Ronald G. Meyer, from
Apprentice (Electrician), 2d Year, Indus-
trial Training Staff, to Apprentice (Elec-
trician), 2d Year.
William L. Benny, Jr., from Apprentice
(Electrician), 2d Year, Industrial Train-
ing Staff, to Apprentice (Electrician),
3d Year.
Michael A. Livingston, from Apprentice
(Machinist), 2d Year, Industrial Train-
ink Staff, to Apprentice (Machinist), 3d
Roderick N. MacDonnell, from Apprentice
(Electrician), 2d Year, Industrial Train-
ing Staff, to Apprentice (Electrician),
3d Year.
Robert J. Hansen, from Towing Locomo-
tive Operator (Locks) to Lock Operator
(Engineman, Hoisting and Portable).
Allen S. Brown, from Lock Operator (Ma-
chinist) to Leader Lock Operator (Ma-
Daniel A. Lawson, from Leader Lock Oper-
ator (Machinist) to Lead Foreman (Lock
Victor H. Higgins, from Supervisory Gen-
neral Engineer to General Engineer.
Robert H. McConaughey, Jr., from Appren-
tice (Electrician), 4th Year, to Elec-
Waldo B. Giller, Jr., from Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 4th Year, to Machinist.
Thomas J. Mannigan, Jr., from General
Engineer to General Engineer (Assistant
to Superintendent, Pacific Branch).
Alton C. Springer, from Electrician to
Lock Operator (Electrician).
Navigation Division
Angelo Stefani, from Guard, Canal Secu-
rity Force, to Master, Towboat.
Robert K. Adams, from General Foreman
(Harbor) (Assistant Harbormaster) to
Chief Foreman (Harbor) (Harbormaster).
Santiago V. Wood, from Clerk-Typist
(Stenographer Trainee) to Clerk-Typist.
Herman R. Duncan. from Learner (Ware-
houseman), Division of Storehouses, to
Vern H. Christoph, from Admeasurer to
Supervisory Admneasurer.
Alfred G. Williams, from Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division, to Oiler (Floating
Samuel Bent, from Seaman to Leader
Eugene H. Bunnell, fiom Lead Foreman
(Harbor) to General Foreman (Harbor)
(Assistant Harbormaster).
Lourdes A. Boseman, from Clerk-Typist
(Stenographer Trainee) to Clerk Stenog-

Systems Division
Mildred E. Dominguez, from Student
Assistant, Wage, and Classification
Branch, to Clerk-Stenographer.
Accounting Division
Kenneth L. Morris, from Customs Enforce-
ment Officer, Customs Division, to Oper-
ating Accountant.
General Audit Division-Internal
Audit Branch
Ephraim B. Leon-Guerrero, from Account-
ant to Auditor.
General Audit Division-
Claims Branch
Edward J. Shafer, Jr., from Clerk, Ter-
minals Division, to General Claims
Maintenance Division
Harry F. Shannon, from Machinist (Main-
tenance) to Leader Machinist (Main-
Clement A. Murrell, from Supply Clerk,
Corozal Hospital, to Clerk.
Ashton S. Williams, from Utility Worker,
Customs Division, to Helper Refrigera-
tion and Air-Conditioning Mechanic.
Ivanhoe Archer, from Leader Asphalt or
Cement Worker to Paver.
George E. Daniel, from Helper (General)
to Pipelayer.
Aguedo Villa, from Quarryman to Blaster.
Roberto Beausoleil, from Cement Finisher
(Maintenance), Locks Division to Ce-
ment Finisher.
Alexander James, Jr., from Helper Painter
to Painter.
Simon W. Hall, from Utility Worker, Sup-
ply Division, to Helper Electrical Equip-
ment Repairman.
Roland S. Josephs, from Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 4th Year, to Machinist (Main-
George L. Hibbert, from Apprentice (Sheet-
metal Worker), 4th Year, to Sheetmetal
Robert C. Herrington, from Lead Foreman
(Public Works-Wharfbuilding) to Gen-
eral Foreman (Public Works).
Terrell C. Deakins, from Apprentice
(Plumber), 4th Year, to Plumber.
Maurice W. Sherry, Jr., from Pipefitter,
Industrial Division, to Pipefitter, Main-
tenance Division.
Alfred D. Low, from Apprentice (Plumber),
2d Year, Industrial Training Staff, to
Apprentice (Plumber), 2d Year.
Ray I. Sealey, from Apprentice (Machinist),
2d Year, Industrial Trtining Staff, to
Apprentice (Machinist), 2d Year.
Francisco Rodriguez F., from Apprentice
(Plumber), 2d Year, Industrial Train-
ing Staff, to Apprentice (Plumber), 3d
William L. Catron, from Apprentice (Re-
frigeration and Air-Conditioning Me-
chanic), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Refrigeration and
Air-Conditioning Mechanic), 3d Year.
George H. Scott, from Apprentice (Sheet-
metal Worker), 2d Year, to Apprentice
(Sheetmietal Worker). 3d Year.
Dredging Division
Howard R. Smead, from Engineman
(Hoisting and Portable), Maintenance
Division, to Mate, Dipper Dredge.
Adrian R. Ellington, from Laborer
(Heavy) to Painter (Maintenance).
Jorge T. Visquez D., Jose de la C. G6mez
G., Jos6 T. Hernmindez, and Luis C.
Jaen S., from Laborers to Helper Elec-
tricians (Linemen).
Gregorio Moreno H., from Apprentice
(Welder), 4th Year, to Welder.
Richard V. Chin, from Apprentice (Elec-
trician), 4th Year, to Electrician.
Norman W. Watkins, from Apprentice
(Electrician), 4th Year, to Electrician.
Ramon Del Cid S., from Apprentice (Ma-
chinist), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Machinist), 2d
Alfredo Torres, James H. Blackwood, Ma-
nuel de los Rios, George H. Callender,
Edward E. Davis, Antonio Cedefio,
Evan C. McQueen, Fitz D. Roberts,
Julio Samaniego M., and Florencio Flo-
res, from Seamen, Navigation Division,
to Seamen,
Delroy A. Burke, from Apprentice
(Welder), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Welder), 3d Year.
Antonio 0. Dunn-Moodie, from Appren-
tice (Carpenter), 2d Year, Industrial
Training Staff, to Apprentice (Car-
penter), 3d Year.
George Holcroft, Jr., James R. Hovan,
from Apprentice (Machinist), 2d Year,
Industrial Training Staff, to Apprentice
(Machinist), 3d Year.
Electrical Division
Nelson A. Kraemer, Electronics Mechanic
to Electronics Technician.
Ruperto A. Gordon, Jos6 Chan, from
Apprentice (Electrician), 3d Year, to
Apprentice (Electrician), 4th Year.
Winston H. Forde, from Apprentice (Elec-
trical-Telephone), 4th Year, to Elece-
trician (Telephone).
William C. Kirkland, from Apprentice
(Cablesplicer), 4th Year, to Cable
Paul F. Ebdon, from Apprentice (Power
Plant Operator), 4th Year, to Senior
Operator (Generating Station).
Thomas L. Zornes, from Apprentice (Cen-
tral Office Repairman). 2d Year, Indus-
trial Training Staff, to Apprentice (Cen-
tral Office Repairman), 2d Year.
John E. Bundy, from Apprentice (Power
Plant Operator), 2d Year. Industrial
Training Staff, to Apprentice (Power
Plant Operator), 2d Year.
Jerry L. HIall, from Apprentice (Elec-
trician), 2d Year, Industrial Training
Staff, to Apprentice (Electrician), 2d
Ruben S. Edwards, Jr., from Apprentice
(Radio Mechanic), 2d Year, Industrial
Training Staff, to Apprentice (Radio
Mechanic), 3d Year.
Norbert L. Buchanan, Edmund S. Stall-
worth, Jr., from Apprentice (Electrician),
2d Year, Industrial Training Staff, to
Apprentice (Electrician), 3d Year.
Edmund S. Stallworth, Jr., from Appren-
tice (Electrician), 2d Year, Industrial
Training Staff, to Apprentice (Elec-
trician), 3d Year.
John A. Millar, from Apprentice (Power
Plant Operator), 2d Year, Industrial
Training Staff, to Apprentice (Power
Plant Operator), 3d Year.
Ruben Ho Luck, from Apprentice (Arma-
ture Winder), 2d Year. Industrial Train-
ing Staff, to Apprentice (Armature
Winder), 3d Year.


Engineering DivisionA
Beltrin E. Guerra E., from Student Trainee
(Civil Engineering), Cooperative Educa-
tion Program to Civil Engineer.
Prudencio O. Martiz C., from Cartographic
Technician to Cartographer.
Construction Division
Carlos I. Hidrovo Ch., from Engineering
Draftsman (Electrical), Engineering Di-
vision, to Construction Inspector (Gen-
Jorge R. Paredes, from Payroll Clerk, Pay-
roll and Machine Accounting Branch, to
Construction Inspector (General).
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Ancelmo Mena A., from Lead Foreman .
Maintenance to General Foreman Main-
Division of Storehouses
Fitzgerald White, from Warehouseman,
Electrical Division, to Warehouseman,
Division of Storehouses.
Robert M. Bright, from Budget Clerk, In-
dCustrial Division, to Budget Clerk, Di-

Samoel Dubin, from Supervisory General After more than 10 years as U.S. Savings Bond Officer for the Panama Canal
Supply Clerk to Supervisory Storage organization, Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci (right) officially transfers his duties to
Management Assistant. Willian A. Sullivan, Chief, Employee Services Branch, Office of the Deputy
Clifford Jemmott, from Leader 1-..;I L_" Personnel Director (Operations). Dr. Paolucci is Deputy Personnel Director
Truck Operator to Leader -! .Ip..
H andling).erator to Leader ... (Staff). In a memo to unit bond chairmen and representatives, he told them
Clentford E. Savory, from Helper Car- they are the ones "who make the Campaign an active and living one" and
penter to Carpenter (Maintenance). thanked them for their excellent support. This year's campaign has set new
Wilfred A. Richards, from Crane Hook- records for employee participation.
man to Leader Crane Hookman.
Apolinar Santamaria, from Stockman to
Leader Stockman.
Iarold D. Spencer, from Supply Clerk to
Inventory Management Specialist. Ca T Hnd
Casper G. De Paredes, from Supervisory G
Clerk to Supervisory Supply Clerk. Ln S H U E
Walter Bedford, from WVarehouseman to
Stockman. (Schedule subject to change without notice)
Roy Elliott, from Supply Clerk to Inven-
tory Management Specialist.
Carlton Dawkins, from Stockman to Supply
Clerk. NDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 -Report
Joseph H. White, from General Sup- SUNDAY,SEPTEMBER10 5:0 -Dateline
ply Officer (Superintendent, Storehouse 1-Do You Know.'
Branch) to Spply Manageent Officer 1:00-SCN Afternoon News6:0 You KnowSpanih
(Chief, Divion of Storeouses). 2 :010-Sunday Plavhouse: 7:05-Danny Thomas
Community Services Division "Molly And Me" 7:30-The Thin Man
Community Services Division 3:25-The Christophers 8:00-SCN News
Eduardo Bourne, Leader Laborer Cleaner). 3:40-Colonial International Golf 8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
Antolino Cuti6rrez R., from Laborer to Tournament (Special) "The Light Fantastic"
LaSborer (Pest Control). 5:10- American Sportsman 9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
Honorato Vega, from Laborer (Heavy) to 6:00-Chronicle 9:05-Miss U.S.A. Beauty Pageant
Garbage Collector. 6:35-The Real McCoys (Special)
Isabel Mufioz, Damiin Albeo, from Clerk- 7:00-"Our Place" 10:20-NASA Film: "Lunar Space
Typist (Stenographer Trainee) to Clerk- 8:00-SCN News Suits"
Typist. 8:05-Ed Sullivan 10:30-Focus on Today
Ismael Berrio, from Laborer (Cleaner) to 8:55-Social Security In Action 10:50-Roy Acuff's Open House
Laborer (Heavy). 9:10-Canal Zone Calendar
Supply Division 9:15-Bell Telephone Hour:;THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
"El Prado-Masterpieces and
Clarence N. Brin Y., Supervisory General Music" 4:00-Afternoon
Supply Assistant. 10:05- What's My Line? 4:15-Ann Sothern (Repeat)
James L. Snyder, from Usher (Theaters) 10:30-Focus on Today 5:00-SCN Afternoon News
to Doorman (Theaters). 10:50-EBF: "Canada, the Prairie" 5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
Kathy J. Melanson, from Usher (Theaters) 11:00The Sacred Heart5:30 rt
to Ticket Seller (Balboa Theater). 6:00-Depline
Alfonso A. Dutary, from Laborer (Cleaner) 6:00-Dateline
to Utility Worker. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 6:30-The Big Picture
Marcus A. rannum. from Sales Store 6:55-SCN News In Spanish
arcus A. Grannum, from Sales Store 4:00-Afternoon 7:05-AssignmentUnderwater
gCler nek to Sal). es Store Department Man- 4:15-"Joey Bishop" (Repeat) 7:30-Andy Griffith
eager (General) 5:00-SCN Afternoon News 8:00-SCN News
Grace F. Hayles, from Packager to Pro- 5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) 8:05-The Steve Allen Comedy Hour
duce Attendant.t. rm es 5:30-Odyssey (Premiere)
Dvid S. Beckett, fro Restarant Man- 6:00- Dateline 9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
ager to Assistant Sales Stoie Manager. 6:30-Magic Room 9:05-Armohair Theatre:
Hidderson M. Britton, from Assistant 6:55-SCN News In Spanish "Blondie for Victory"
Bake r to Cook. 7:05-My Favorite Martian 10:20- ToBe Announced
Victorio Alvarado S., fromi Laborer (Clean- 7:30-Fractured Flickers 10:30-Focus on Today
er) to Utility Worker. 8:00-SCN News 10:50-The Third Man
Miguel E. Quir6s, fronm Maintenanceman 8:05-0 SNBC Experiment in TV:10:50The Third Man
to Electrical Equipment Repairman. "Movies in the Now
Betty J. Slaughter, from Retail Store De- Generation" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
apartment Manager (General) to Mer- 9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
chandise Management Assistant (Gen- 9:05-Armchair Theater: 4:00-Afternoon
eral). "The Deerslaterr" 4:15-Andy Griffith (Repeat)
Sharon K. Raymond, from Clerk-Stenog- 10:25-Focus on Today 5:00-SCN Afternoon News
rather to Supervisory Clerk-Typist. 10:45-High Road To Danger 5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Flying Fisherman (Premiere)
HEALTH BUREAU 6:00-Dateline
Corgas Hospital TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 6:30-Citizen Soldier
S.rgas Hotspi 6:55-SCN News In Spanish
Carolina B. White, from Hospital Res- 5-"My Favorite Martian":05Away We o
ident, 3d Year, to Hospiatl Attendant, (Repeat) 8:00-SCN News
4th Year (Repeat) 8:05-Daniel Boone
Ch Mea 5:00-SCN Afternoon News 9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
R. Garner Brasseur, fiom Hospital Res- 5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) 9:05-Armchair Theater:
ident, 1st Year, to Hospital Resident, 5:10- NASA Film: "Project Gemini "All About Eve"
2d Year. Mission Review"I.5-Focus on Today
Alphonso R. Phillips, front Laborer 5:45--Air Force News Review 11:25 oe sho oast Show)
(Cleaner) to Hospital Attendant. 6:(0-Dateline11:45Joy Bishop (Last Show)
Delia L. Miller, from Dental Assistant 6:30-Profile
(Restorativse) to Dental Assistant. 6:55-SCN News In Spanish SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Jaime J. Pujals, from Hospital Resident, 7:05-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
3d Year, to Medical Officer (General 7:30-Official Detective 1:00-SCN Afternoon News
Practice). 8:00-SCN News 1:05-Captain Kangaroo
Alexander A. Peters, from Dental Assistant 8:05-Bonanza 2:00-Parade of Sports:
(Restorative) to Dental Assistant. 9:00-Canal Zone Calendar Major League Baseball
Nellie T. Morgan, from Clerk-Stenographer 9:05-Armchair Theater: 4:40-BPAA All-Star Bowling
to Secretary (Stenography). "Barricade" Tournament (Special)
Alberto L. Hope, from File Clerk to Time 10:20-Hearst Metrotone Weekly 5:35-Crossroads
and Leave Clerk. Newsreel 6:00-Weekend '67
Raill Revello M., Rodrigo Hidalgo G., from 10:30-Focus on Today 6:25-Movie Marquee
Hospital Resident, 1st Year, to Hospital 10:50-USO Show: The Lassies 6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
Resident, 2d Year. "The Sound and the Fury"
Marielena Chen G., from Clerk-Typist to WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 8:30-Late News Headlines
Ward Clerk. 8:32-Lawrence Welk
Lt. Col. August A. Howard, USA, from 4:00-Afternoon (Last Show)
Medical Officer (Gastroenterology) to 4:15-"Discovery" (Repeat) 9:20-The Tonight Show
Chief, Medical Service, Gorgas Hos- 5:00-SCN Afternoon News 10:35-Focus on Today
pital. 5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) 10:55-This Is The Life
Donald Adams, from Procurement Clerk
to Purchasing Agent.
Edw ard A. Ballerini, Fernando Santiago,
fromn Hospital Resident, Ist Year, to Girl Sout on eren e aturday
Hospital Resident, 2d Year. Scout conference
Glen R. Chance, from Hospital Admin-
istrative Assistant, Coco Solo Hospital, Sylvester D. Callender, Panama and president of the International Boy
Gorgas Hospital. Canal Community Relations Assistant Scouts Council, will deliver the main
Harold G. Fergus, romC Food Service address at the 4th Annual Senior
Worker (Heavy), Coco Solo Hospital, to
Nursing Assistant, Gorgas Hospital. Conference of the International Girl
Anselmo Vald6s, from Laborer (Cleaner), Scouts of the Canal Zone
Dredging Division to Laborer (Cleaner), co
Gorgas Hospital.
Col. Lawrence M. Jackson, Jr., USA, from The conference will be Saturday
Chief, Professional Services, Gorgas ,at Club 77 in the Santa Cruz Civic
Hospital, to Director, Gorgas Hospital.0
CorSoloHospitaCenter, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Callen-
der's topic will be "Values to toldd"
Domingo Berroa, from Laborer (Cleaner),
Community Services Division to Food |the theme of this year's conference.
Service Worker (Heavy).
Patricia R. Walker, from Nurse to Clinical 0Representatives of the Muchachas
Lia E. Hull, from Clerk-Tspist, Division Cuas of Panama and the Canal Zone
of Schools, to Clerk-Typist, Coco Solo (,irl Scout Council, Inc., have been

R. Antonio Suescum, from iiospital IRis- invited to attend. The International
dent, 3d Year. Hospital, to Iirl Scouts of the Canal Zone is an
Medical Officer :General Internal Med- "Yes, I have to report it . and stop
icine), Coco Solo Hospital. saying it's only a splinter!" agency of the Canal Zone United

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September 8, 1967

You've Earned Respect,

Governor Tells Retirees

"An important factor, upon your
retirement, is that you can say you
were associated with a worthwhile
enterprise, one that is accomplishing
something worth more than money.
You'll get respect throughout the
world, wherever you may go, for the
Panama Canal is known as a fine oper-
ation," said Gov. W. P. Leber in a
talk before the Panama Canal em-
ployees who retired in August and
who were present for the retirement
ceremony in the Board Room in
the Administration Building, Balboa
Governor Leber noted the various
skills represented by the retiring em-
ployees, and the varied years of serv-
ice. Dean of those who retired in
August was Harold I. Barton, a car-
penter in the Maintenance Division
on the Atlantic side, whose service
in the Canal organization totaled
44 years, 6 months.
"I hope you don't forget us," said
Governor Leber as he wished the
retiring employees the best of success
and happiness.
Each retiring employee received
his or her retirement certificate from
Governor Leber, with a personal word
of congratulation, and also congratu-
lations from the respective Bureau
Those who retired the past month,
with their years of service and places
of employment:

Domingo Barrios, Seaman, Dredging
Division (Pacific side): 24 years,
10 months, 21 days.
Harold I. Barton, Carpenter, Main-

Sports Figure Marks

40 Years with Canal
Francis A. Brown, a popular figure
in Isthmian sports circles, completed
40 years' service with the Panama
Canal organization recently. He is
now a contraband control inspector at
the Rainbow City Retail Store.
One of the best basketball players
in Panama in the 1930s, Brown
played in the Cali, Colombia, Cen-
tennial Games in 1937 and in the
Central American Games in Panama
in 1938.
Brown has been director of the
Colon Rotary Club baseball leagues
for the past 20 years. Approximately
300 boys aged 8 to 18 play in
these leagues each year. (Photo and
interview story in Spanish section.)

Bocas Fair
(Continued from p. 1)

be their first performance in the
Republic of Panama.
The U.S. Air Force will present the
USAFSO Band, which has recently
returned from a South American tour.
They will give concerts and provide
dance music for the open-air dance
halls which are set up for evening
dancing at the fair. USAFSO also is
providing logistical support required
for the transportation of equipment,
personnel and some supplies that will
be used by the various U.S. Govern-
ment agencies exhibiting at the fair.
The U.S. Navy will have a pavilion
featuring a 20-minute slide presenta-
tion and a cutaway model of a modern
fleet ballistic missile submarine, as
well as various photographs of the
U.S. Navy in action. The slide presen-
tation, entitled "Boundless Frontiers,"
depicts the history of and current
efforts being made in the field of
oceanography and their effects on
world economy. The tank landing ship
U.S.S. Middlesex County, commanded
by Lt. M. R. Pichel, U.S. Navy, will
transport most of the heavy equip-
ment and supplies, vehicles and
personnel to the fair site.
Inauguration ceremonies are sched-
uled for 10:00 a.m., Friday, Septem-
ber 15, and it is expected that high
U.S. and Panama officials will attend.

tenance Division (Atlantic side):
44 years, 6 months, 3 days.
Ferdinand G. Berwanger, Leader
Locks Operator (Machinist), Locks
Division (Pacific side): 24 years,
4 months, 22 days.
Humberto Castro, Grounds Mainte-
nance Equipment Operator, Com-
munity Services Division (Atlantic
side): 23 years, 1 month, 15 days.
R. Glenn Crowe, Hydraulic Engineer-
ing Technician, Electrical Division
(Pacific side): 8 years, 7 months,
15 days.
Clifford A. Dottin, Hospital Attend-
ant, Gorgas Hospital: 7 years,
5 months, 14 days.
Arthur L. Frazer, Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division (Pacific side):
35 years, 4 months, 7 days.
Wilford G. Gardner, Painter, Mainte-
nance Division (Atlantic side):
32 years, 7 months, 27 days.
Burton J. Hackett, Jr., General Fore-
man (Grounds), Community Serv-
ices Division (Pacific side): 36 years,
4 months, 15 days.
Vivian V. Pinto, Leader Cook, Coron-
zal Hospital: 25 years, 5 months,
21 days.
Francisco Russo, Deckhand, Naviga-
tion Division (Pacific side): 23 years,
8 months, 23 days.
Cecil A. Vernon, High Lift Truck
Operator, Maintenance Division
(Atlantic side): 28 years, 3 months,
9 days.
Luis A. Villalba, Asphalt or Cement
Worker, Maintenance Division (At-
lantic side): 27 years, 7 months,
12 days.
Mrs. Anne T. Walther, Clinical Nurse,
Gorgas Hospital: 9 years, 3 months,
27 days.
Two employees who are retiring
in September and October, respec-
tively, but are leaving the Isthmus
early and therefore received their
retirement certificates in the August
ceremony are:
Cliff Sanders, Inspector (Carman,
Wood and Steel), Railroad Divi-
sion (Pacific side): 34 years,
1 month, 21 days.
Fred A. Dube, Orthotist, Gorgas Hos-
pital: 31 years, 4 months, 9 days.

Phone Number "Odd Couple" Opening Thursday

Changes Slated At Cristobal Little Theatre

-in Atlantic Sirl ,-, ide

Monday, September 11, the follow-
ing telephone numbers in the Atlantic
Area will be changed as indicated:



3-2611 Housewares, Bldg. 7030,
Mt. Hope------ 3-2402
3-2613 Wholesale Drygoods, Bldg.
7030, Mt. Hope .. --- 3-1239
3-2615 Wholesale Groceries, Bldg.
7030, Mt. Hope ----.-- 3-1361
3-2618 Wholesale Drygoods, Bldg.
7030, Mt. Hope ------ 3-1365
3-2622 Ice Cream Plant, Bldg.
7018, Mt. Hope ---- -- 3-1483
3-2626 Bldg. 7032, Mt. Hope --- 3-1538
3-2632 Bakery, Bldg. 7030, Mt. Hope 3-1580
3-2633 Retail Stores, Order Section,
Mt. Hope --- -- 3-1585
3-2641 Guard Booth, Mt. Hope-- 3-1592
3-2645 Wholesale Housewares, Bldg.
7030, Mt. Hope ------ 3-1796
3-2649 Gasoline Station, Margarita_. 3-1804
3-2654 Rainbow City Commissary___ 3-1813
3-2655 Retail Stores, Order Section,
Mt. Hope ------ 3-1830
3-2657 Optical Section, Bldg. 1105,
Cristobal ---- .. 3-1882
3-2659 Wholesale Groceries, Bldg.
7030, Mt. Hope--- 3-1898
3-2662 Rainbow City Commissary_-_ 3-2153
3-2664 Rainbow City Commissary_ 3-2193
3-2666 Delivery Section, Bldg.
7020, Mt. Hope ...---- 3-2348
3-2677 Warehousing Manager, Bldg.
7030, Mt. Hope- ----- 3-2371
3-2686 Ice Cream and Milk Plant,
Bldg. 7018, Mt. Hope-- 3-2396
3-2670 Rainbow City Commissary-- 3-2407
3-2644 Refrigeration, Mt. Hope -. 3-1771
3-2658 Compressor Room, Bldg.
7022, Mt. Hope ----- 3-1886
These changes will permit the relo-
cation of spare equipment in the Cris-
tobal Telephone Exchange to the
Balboa Telephone Exchange, where
it is urgently needed.
This is an interim move preliminary
to a long range project to expand and
improve telephone service in all Pan-
ama Canal areas in the Canal Zone.

Sea Egg Sailing Around World

(Continued from p. 1)

cuitous one. After leaving Plymouth,
he sailed 24 days before reaching
Vigo, Spain, where he spent 6 weeks.
Next, 35 days to Flores in the Azores,
staying more than 5 months. Heading
west, he was at sea for 67 days (his
longest stretch) en route to Bermuda,
remaining there a month.
The next port of call was Newport,
R.I., which required 19 days of sail-
ing. After 8 weeks at this sailing
capital, he cruised down Long Island
Sound to Flushing Meadow, site of
the World's Fair.
In December 1965, the Sea Egg
was shipped back to England for the
Daily Express International Boat
Show in London. Princess Margaret
and Lord Snowden were among the
thousands who visited the Sea Egg
during the show. Riding's photo col-
lection includes pictures of him dis-
cussing his craft with the princess.
Riding and the Sea Egg spent 8
months in England before his boat
was shipped back to Bermuda.
After Bermuda, he went to Puerto
Rico and then came on to Panama.
He says the Pacific Steam Navigation
Co. has agreed to carry the Sea Egg

483 Employees

On "Bond Wagon"

Each day PanCanal's"Bond Wagon"
is rolling past a record.
Last week 23 employees signed up
either for the first time or for addi-
tional bonds, raising the total to 483
Canal organization employees now
riding the wagon.
The biweekly PRD savings repre-
sented by the 483 employees' deduc-
tions total $11,653.05. Face value of
the biweekly purchase amounts to

through the Canal as cargo aboard
one of its ships, but final arrangements
have not yet been made. His plans
call for a stop in California next.
And when he finishes his round-
the-world sail, what, are his next
plans? "I don't know but probably
something just as foolhardy."

-t - -

uvolt UopicJ

The Tivoli Guest House is resum-
ing its popular Brunches and Monday
Buffets for your dining-out pleasure.
The first Brunch of the season will be
served Sunday, September 10. The
menu will include assorted fruit and
juice trays, hot cakes with syrup
or honey, ham omelette, creamed
eggs on toast, hashed brown potatoes,
grilled sausage and bacon, assorted
dry cereals, buttered toast, cinnamon
toast, jam, jelly, pineapple muffins,
Danish pastries, coffee, tea, and milk.
Brunch will be served in the Roose-
velt Room from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. Adults, $1.50; children 10 or
under, $1.
The Tivoli's kick-off Buffet Mon-
day, September 11, will be "muy
sabroso"-the PANAMA NIGHT
Buffet, a tempting variety of the best
from the Republic. The menu will
feature fried corbina, arroz con polo,
baked platano, fried yucca sticks,
tossed salad with dressing, micha
rolls and butter, relish tray, assorted
pastries, and beverage.
Seatings are at 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30
p.m. Remember to call for reserva-
tions. The number is 2-2111. Adults,
$1.50, children 10 or under, $1.

"The Odd Couple," by Neil Simon,
will be presented at the Cristobal
Little Theatre, France Field, starting
Thursday evening, September 14, and
will run for 4 consecutive evenings.
The hilariously funny production
deals with the thesis that human
behavior is governed by an illogical
need to exercise acquired self-centered
compulsions, and that marriage is an
infernal machine that permits two
people to maintain their self-centered-
ness by being willing to put utip with
a degree of irritation from each other
that would be unthinkable in any
reasonable partnership.
The plot centers about two friends,
recently separated from their wives,
in an attempt to share an apartment.
The lease-holder, Oscar, played by
Doug Maduro, is an extroverted slob
whose life is unencumbered by tidi-
ness. His apartment-mate, Felix, is
played by Surse Pierpoint, a man with
a passion for cooking, cleaning, and
living a safe, hygienic, and economical
Supporting the principal characters
is a boisterous crew of poker players:

Award Presented
Police Private Antonio M. DeLuca
has been presented a Superior Service
Award by B. I. Everson, Civil Affairs
Director, as recognition for his work
in preparing and delivering training
lectures while assigned to duty assist-
ing Lt. Robert Engleke, Inspector,
Canal Zone Police. A Panamanian,
DeLuca was employed by the.Police
Division November 2, 1964, and
assigned to duty in Balboa. (Photo in
Spanish section.)

I -i-_ o iidi T- L TG .R ''

Tom-i Shernian, Joe a Lanc, keorge
Downing, and Dom Fortunato.
A kookie pair of English girls brings
Julie Perez and Samantha Bailey to
the Cristobal Little Theatre stage.
Surse Pierpoint doubles in "The
Odd Couple" as actor and also
director of the production.

Panama Wildlife
(Continued from p. 1)

Control Measures," sale of wild ani-
mal meat, of whatever species, is for-
bidden. To enforce this, authority is
granted the Department of Public
Health to order the immediate closing
of stands which are guilty of violating
this provision.
The decree includes penalties of up
to B/50 for first offenses. For second
offenders, the fine will be double and
the violator subject to confiscation of
his firearms, ammunition, or other
instruments used in capture or slaying
of the wildlife, as well as the animal
captured or killed.
Canal Zone residents are reminded
that requirements to obtain a gun
license in the Republic (not part of
the decree) are unchanged. Applicants
for such a license are required to go
to the Panama National Guard Gun
Department with the gun and two
cartridges and give their name and
address. The gun then is taken to the
DENI Ballistics Department for bal-
listics proof, and the license then may
be issued after payment for B/5
tax stamp.
Copies of the decree on Protection
and Conservation of Wildlife are
available from all Canal Zone hunt
and gun clubs.

(Continued from p. 3) eral Engineer (Superintendent, Pacific
Branch), Marine Bureau, Locks Division.
Richard J. Danielsen, Supervisory Gen-
Corozal Hospital eral Engineer (Superintendent, Atlantic
Reginal G. Sterling, from Pantryman to Branch), Marine Bureau, Locks Division.
Leader Laborer (Cleaner). Billy M. Lohr, General Engineer, Marine
Gerardo Diaz, Alfredo Thomas, from Food Bureau, Locks Division.
Service Worker to Food Service Worker Leland D. Snider, Darell K. Seymour,
(Heavy). Admeasurer Assistant, Marine Bureau,
BUREAUND Joseph C. Kelley, Marine Traffic Controller
Terminals Division Assistant, Marine Bureau, Navigation
Carlos A. McDonald, from Seaman, Dredg- Joseph S. Ferrel, Marine Traffic Controller,
ing Division, to Stevedore. Marine Bureau, Navigation Division.
Nicolis L. Aribo, from Linehandler to William J. Joyce, Duane A. Rigby, Seve-
Stevedore. rino La Fuente, and Gerald B. Williams,
Nory Lau, from Clerk-Typist (Stenog- Systems Accountants, Office of the
rapher-Trainee) to Clerk-Stenographer. Comptroller, Systems Division.
Eric S. Charles, from Helper Rigger, In- Andre J. Louis, Pauline L. Blais, and
dustrial Division, to Liquid Fuels Louise R. Hunt, Accounting Technicians,
Wharfman. Office of the Comptroller, Accounting
Carlos A. Bernard, from Stevedore to Division.
Liquid Fuels Wharfman. Carolyn L. Holgerson, Cargo Classification
Alfred L. Curtis, from Cargo Marker to Specialist, Office of the Comptroller,
Clerk (Checker). General Canal Expense.
Aurelio Villalaz, from Stevedore to Winch- James H. Apollo, Computer Technician,
man. Office of the Comptroller, Data Pro-
Egbert L. Joseph, from Cargo Marker to cessing.
Clerk (Checker). Ruth A. Torres, Computer Programer,
Bolivar Ja6n S., from Stevedore to Guard. Office of the Comptroller, Data Pro-
Hector Sheppard M., from Cargo Marker cessing.
to Clerk (Checker). Norman W. Campbell, Learner (Helper
Doreen Ho, from Clerk-Typist to Cargo Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Me-
Clerk. chanic), Engineering and Construction
Railroad Division Bureau, Maintenance Division.
Keith E. Green, from Apprentice (Carman- Frank D. Lashley, Richard H. Nelson,
Wood and Steel), 4th Year, to Carman Robert W. Pate, and Horace R. Worrell,
(Wood and Steel). Telephone Operators, Engineering and
Randall P. James, from Food Service Construction Bureau, Electrical Division.
Worker, Supply Division, to Helper Pedro M. Janowitz, Electrical Engineer
(General). (Utilization), Engineering and Construc-
Enrique P. Van Kwartel, from Clerk to tion Bureau, Electrical Division.
Supervisory Clerk. Antonio Raven, Electrical Engineer, Engi-
Motor Transportation Division seeringi and Construction Bureau, Engi-
Ernesto V. Meneses G., from Apprentice neeringDivision.
(Automotive Machinist), 2d Year, Indus- Albert Smith, Supply Clerk, Supply and
trial Training Staff, to Apprentice (Auto- Community Service Bureau, Division of
motive Machinist) 2d Year. Storehouses.
Asthan E. Edwards, from Parts and Equip- Elsie H. Smith, General Supply Assistant,
ment Cleaner to Truck Driver. Supply and Community Service Bureau,
James W. Windham, from Inventory Man- Division of Storehouses.
agement Assistant (Automotive Parts) to Graciela del C. Rivera, Medical Tech-
Inventory Management Specialist. nologist, Health Bureau, Gorgas Hos-
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU Elizabeth Moise, Medical Aid (Sterile
Division of Schools Supplies), Health Bureau, Coco Solo
Julette N. Carrington, from Teacher (Ele- Hospital.
mentary, L.A. Schools), Class 15 (9- Ruben T. Nurse M., Supply Clerk, Health
month work year), to Teacher-Principal Bureau, Corozal Hospital.
(Elementary, L.A. Schools), Class 11 Betty Fetherston, Clinical Nurse, Health
(10-month work year). Bureau, Division of Preventive Medicine
Arsenia P. Rhoden, Sheila D. Wilkin- and Quarantine.
son, from Clerk-Typist (Stenographer James A. Ellis, Guard, Transportation and
Trainee) to Clerk-Typist. Terminals Bureau, Terminals Division.
raiee) to lerkAlvin C. McFarlane, Guard, Transportation
Police Division and Tenninals Bureau, Terminals Divi-
Alvin G. Barrett, from Truck Driver, Motor sion.
Transportation Division, to Detention Eugenio Calame, Dorothy E. Brooks, and
Guard. Margaret 0. Spiros, Clerk-Typists, Civil
Postal Division Affairs Bureau, Division of Schools.
James E. Harrell, from Relief Supervisor, Patricia K. Seaman, Clerk-Stenographer,
Balboa to Foreman, Mail Handling Unit. Civil Affairs Bureau, Police Division.
William A. Alonis, from Relief Supervisor, Marjorie P. Peake, Clerical Assistant, Civil
Cristohal, to Assistant Foreman, Mailing Affairs Bureau, Police Division.
Division. Patrick W. Hyman, Learner (Helper Core
Richard C. Hogan, from Assistant Fore- Drill Operator) Sub Aqueous.
man, Mailing Division, to Foreman, Felipe Alonso, Hospital Attendant, Gorgas
Mailing Division. Hospital.
Customs Division David F. Mead, Elizabeth M. Constanzo,
Joseph F. Dolan, from Contraband Control Management Technicians, Administrative
Inspector to Customs Inspector. Services Division.
Robert Lopez, from Customs Enforcement Patricia R. Nellis, Clerk-Stenographer, Ad-
Officer to Contraband Control Inspector. ministrative Services Division.
Antonio E. Richards, from Laborer, Cow- Cyril E. Lewis, Learner Stevedore, Ter.
munity Services Division, to Utility minals Division.
Worker. I Jerome A. Yearwood, Lester S. Chase, and
OTHERS William Lawrence, Detention Guards,
Thomas J. Ebdon, Jr., Supervisory Gen- Police Division.

Page 4




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Vol. VI, No. 12 Mds de 50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 8 de Septiembre de 1967

El Gobernador Presidio Acto

Para Honrar a los Jubilados

"Un important factor, en el mo- que tuvo lugar en el Sal6n de Confe-
mento de su jubilacion, es que ustedes rencias del Edificio de Administraci6n,
pueden decir que estuvieron asociados en Balboa Heights.
a una grandiosa empresa, una que El Gobernador se refiri6 a las dife-
cumple un cometido mais valioso que renters habilidades representadas por
el dinero. Ustedes seran respetados en los empleados que se jubilaban, asi
todo el mundo, doquiera que vayan, como a sus muchos arios de servicios.
ya que el Canal de PanamA es cono- El decano del grupo era Harold I.
cido por su magnifico funcionamien- Barton, carpintero en la Divisi6n de
to", dijo el Gobernador W. P. Leber Mantenimiento, en el sector Atlintico,
a los empleados del Canal de PanamA que terminaba un period de 44 afios,
que se jubilaron en agosto y que asis- 6 meses de servicios a la empresa.
tieron a la ceremonia de jubilaci6n, "Espero que ustedes no nos olvi-
den", dijo el Gobernador Leber al
desearles felicidad y el mejor de los
MB .o oxitos a los que se jubilaban.
BUSCant 8jOraS Cada uno de los jubilados recibi6
su certificado de jubilaci6n de manos
P P y del Gobernador Leber, junto con un
ara ara so y mensaje personal de felicitaciones,
acompanado de las felicitaciones de so
P d Mdg I respective Director.
e rO Ilig e Los que se jubilaron el mes pasado,
sus aanos de servicio, y lugares de
Los j6venes de Paraiso y Pedro empleo, son los siguientes:
Miguel se reunirAn el lunes 11 del s
corriente a las 7:00 p.m. en el salon Domingo Barrios, Marinero, Divisi6n
de classes de biologia de la Escuela 10 meragases, 21 dias.fico: 24 a
Secundaria de Paraiso. Harold I. Barton, Carpintero, Divi-
El objeto de la reuni6n es discutir si6n de Mantenimiento, sector
planes para el mejoramiento de las AtlAntico: 44 aros, 6 meses, 3 dias.
comunidades de Paraiso y Pedro Ferdinand G. Berwanger, Capataz
Miguel por medio de un program Operario de Esclusas (MecAnico
avanzado educative y cultural. Tornero), Divisi6n de Esclusas,
sector Pacifico: 24 arios, 4 meses,
22 dias.
l n r Humberto Castro, Operario de Equi-
po de Mantenimiento de Predios,
Division de Servicios Comunales,
SISiraa8 8 urso 50 15 diassector Atlintico: 23 afios, 1 nmes,5
Asistira a Curso 1R5dias. 23:0105,1
R. Glenn Crowe, Tecnico en Inge-
n U de Harvard nieria HidrAulica, Divisi6n deEle-
En U. e Harvard I tricidad, sector Pacifico: 8 anios,
7 meses, 15 dias.
El Vicegobernador H. R. Parfitt ha Clifford A. Dottin, Mczo de Oficios
sido escogido como uno de los 160 (Hospital), Hospital Gorgas: 7 afios,
ejecutivos y funcionarios del gobierno 5 meses, 14 dias.

que participaran en la quincuagesima
segunda reuni6n del Programa de
Administraci6n Avanzada que ofre-
cerA la Escuela de Graduados en
Administraci6n de Negocios de la
Universidad de Harvard, en Boston,
El curso, de 13 semanas, estA des-
tinado a preparar ejecutivos que se
encuentran en o cerca de las posicio-
nes cumbres, para que ejerzan sus
funciones de dirigentes a plenitud.
La quincuag6sima segunda reunion
se iniciarA el 11 de septiembre y
terminara con las ceremonies de
graduaci6n el 8 de diciembre.
Unos 6.000 ejecutivos se han gra-
duado hasta ahora en el Programa de
Administraci6n Avanzada, el mais anti-
guo y mAs grande de los programs
para administradores y fue comenzado
por la Universidad dc Harvard en
1943, como el primer program
universitario de su clase.

Conferencia 4

Muchachas C

La 4-a Conferencia Anual de las
Muchachas Guias Internacionales de
la Zona del Canal se llevara a cabo en
el Club 77, situado en el piso superior
del Centro Civico de Santa Cruz,
mariana 9 de septiembre a partir de
las 9 a.m. hasta las 4 de la tarde.
Sylvester D. Callender, Presidente
de los Muchachos Exploradores Inter-
nacionales de la Zona del Canal y
Coordinador de Relaciones de las
Comunidades Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, serA el orador invi-
tado. El t6pico de su charla versarA
sobre "Los Valores que Debemos
Conservar", que es el tema de la
Conferencia de este ano. El Sr. Cal-
lender, quien es tambien Tesorero de
las Muchachas Guias Internaciona-
les, es amnpliamente conocido por
sus actividades sociales, laborales y
Esta Conferencia es una actividad

(Continua en la pdgina 4)

El policia raso Antonio M. DeLuca recibe un premio por Servicio Superior
de manos de B. I. Everson, Director de Asuntos Civiles, como reconocimiento
por su trabajo al preparar y dictar classes de adiestramiento mientras estaba
asignado al servicio ayudando al Teniente Robert Engleke, Inspector de la
Policia de la Zona del Canal. DeLuca, que es panamefio, fue empleado por
la Division de Policia el 2 de noviembre de 1964, y asignado al servicio en
Balboa. De izquierda a derecha estin Everson, el CapitAn Gaddis Wall,
Comandante del Distrito de Policia de Balboa; el Capitin George A. Martin,
Inspector de la Divisi6n de Policia; E. S. Shipley, Jefe de la Divisi6n de
Policia; DeLuca y el Teniente Engleke.


Esclusas de Miraflores-
Esclusas de Gatmn ..
Jardines de Summit-
Fuerte San Lorenzo-
Las Cruces, Diana,
5 trainsitos __._____
Fair Sky_____
Cran Total --




En Vigor Leyes Panamenas

De ConservaciOn de Fauna
Como un servicio a los empleados Tambidn habrA un ndmero limitado
del Canal de PanamA y a los demAs de copias en la Oficina de Informa-
residentes de la Zona del Canal que ci6n del Canal de PanamA, en Balboa
deseen practicar la caceria en la Heights.
Republica de PanamA y para ayu- Se consider este decreto como un
darlos a cumplir las reglamentaciones gran paso hacia la preservaci6n de la
vigentes, se estin distribuyendo copias fauna de PanamA. Su prop6sito es
en ingles de un reciente decreto conservar, restaurar y protege cier-
(el N9 23) del Ministerio de Agricul- tas species de animals silvestres de
tura, Comercio e Industrias sobre la utilidad para el hombre y que se
Protecci6n y Conservaci6n de la encuentran en peligro inmediato de
Fauna Silvestre, por medio de los desaparecer.
diferentes clubs de caceria y tiro al Con est fi, s ib sticta-
blanco de la Zona del Canal. mente cazar ciertas species en la
Rep6blica, durante el tiempo que
indique la Comisi6n Nacional de
l d Protecci6n de la Fauna Silvestre.
\nual e IdS Se incluye 16 species dcle animals,
entire ellos ciertas classes de venados,
l 1 eltapir, el conejo pintado, perdiz de
UIaS i nan area, pav6n (pavo y rubia), pato,
tortuga y ranas doradas.


Mejoras en

El Gorgas
Un contrato para la rehabilitaci6n
de la Secci6n A del Hospital Corgas,
a un cost de $589.800, ha sido otor-
gado a la Dillon Construction, Inc., y
la orden de empezar las obras fue
dada esta semana.
El trabajo, que deberAi ser termi-
nado en aproximadamente aflo y
medio, es la primera renovaci6n
mayor que se hace al complejo del
Hospital Gorgas desde la terminaci6n
del modern anexo de8pisos,en 1964.
La propuesta base, de $589.800,
fue la mas baja de tres que se hicieron
para el proyecto.
Las renovaciones en la Secci6n A
incluirin la conversion de las actuales
salas de medicine general en 4 nuevas
salas con cuartos privados y sus co-
rrespondientes bafios para 1 hasta 3
pacientes cada uno. La secci6n alo-
jarA ademns oficinas para los m6-
dicos y cuartos de exAmenes. Todo
el edificio estara dotado de aire
La Secci6n A (Edificio 255) corres-
ponde al ala sur del viejo complejo
del hospital.

Nuevas Atracciones

En Feria de Bocas

Estados Unidos estarA bien repre-
sentado en la vistosa Feria de Bocas
del Toro que tendri lugar del 15 al
17 de septiembre. Estarnin represen-
tados el Canal de PanamA, el Coman-
do Sur de Estados Unidos, el Servicio
Informativo de Estados Unidos y el
AID de Estados Unidos.
Cada agencia de Estados Unidos
tendrat su propio pabell6n en la feria.
Este aino, la exhibici6n del Canal de
Panama tomara el semblante de un
circo de los viejos tiempos con un
pabell6n en forma de tolda de circo,
de cubierta circular con bordes ana-
ranjados. La enorme tolda, de 40 pies
de diametro, es resistente al fuego
y al agua y en su interior los asistentes
a la feria veran una exposici6n muy
atractiva. Ademas, un circuit cerrado
de television les permitiri verse en la
El tema de la exhibici6n del Canal
de PanamA, este afio, sera el Programa
de Aprendices, quo brinda a los j6ve-
nes panamefios la oportunidad de con-
vertirse en diestros y habiles artesanos.
Con la cooperaci6n del Servicio
Informativo de los Estados Unidos, se
presentara una exposici6n de la Alian-
za para el Progreso. Instalada en un
tipico bohio, redondo, de 20 pies de

di.metro, esta exposici6n ofrecerA
cuadros y mapas que muestran la
labor de la Alianza para el Progreso
desde su creaci6n en la Conferencia
de Punta del Este. Otros mapas y
cuadros muestran los logros de la
Alianza para el Progreso en PanamA,
en los campos de la salud piblica, la
educaci6n, la agriculture, la vivienda
y el desarrollo comunal.
El Ej6rcito de los Estados Unidos
presentari su siempre popular zool6-
gico del Fuerte Sherman, una colec-
zi6n de animals selvAticos de PanamA.
Alli, los visitantes podrin ver desde
pequefios roedores y serpientes vene-
nosas hasta grandes mamiferos, como
el le6n de montafia o puma.
AdemAs, habrA exhibiciones de pa-
racaidismo acrobAtico cada dia de la
feria, el 15, 16 y 17 de septiembre, a
cargo del Club Panamericano de
Paracaidismo Deportivo. Algo que de
seguro constituirA un 6xito con la
gente menuda es el Equipo de Paya-
sos, del personal military de Fuerte
Clayton y de gran talent, que veri-
ficara diversas presentaciones durante
la Feria de Bocas del Toro.
Este 1ltimo grupo ha deleitado a
numerosos psblicos con sus gracias en
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Prominentes Medicos

Vienen de los EE. UU.

que prepare anualmente la Junta de Tambidn se prohibe cazar iguanas
Proyectos de las Muchachas Guias entire el 19 de diciembre y el 1 de Se han completado los planes en el respectivos campos a trav6s de los
Internacionales de la Zona del Canal. mayo de cada afio. Hospital Gorgas para traer al Istmo auios.
Esta Junta ]a component un represen- No se permitir l de explosi- muchos destacados medicos de todos Las escuelas de medicine en estas
tante de cada tropa. La Junta Direc- No se permitira el uso de explosi- los Estados Unidos para efectuar visi- universidades que estarAn represen-
tiva es la siguiente: Juana Coley, Pre- vos o de sustancias venenosas, asi tas y consultas con los medicos, inter- tadas son: Florida, Colorado, Tufts
sidenta; Elvia Williams, Vicepresi- como la pesca con estacas o redes que nos y residents locales sobre nuevos New England Medical Center, Texas
denta; Alicia Cockburn, Secretaria. cubran totalmente el lecho las m6todos para el tratamiento de los Southwestern, Cornell, Harvard, Kan-
Las otras integrantes son: Yolanda corrientes de un rio y ademais la pesca pacientes. La mayoria de los medicos sas, Texas, Missouri, Indiana, y varies
Ogarra, Claudia Lowe, Norma Cor- con armas de fuego y la pesca noc- visitantes pasarAn tambien algin destacados hospitals militares y
don, Jeanne Sprauve, Marcia Holmes, turna con lAmparas o luz artificial. tiempo en el Hospital de Coco Solo centres m6dicos.
Veronica Edwards, Ligia Burke, En la secci6n titulada "Medidas de durante su permanencia aqui. Las especialidades represcntadas
Ivonne Este y Brenda Marshall. Las Control Sanitario", se prohibe la venta Las visits duraran 3 dias cada una, seran Ortopedia, Cirugia Oral, Oftal-
asesoras son: La Sra. Inez D. Mc- de la care de animals silvestres de y los m6dicos en la Rep6blica de mologia, Radiologia, Practica As6p-
Kenzie, Directora Ejecutiva y la Srta. cualquier clase. Para hacer cumplir PanamA pueden averiguar sobre las tica, Obstetricia y Ginecologia, Pedia-
Blandina Waterman, Presidenta del este mandate se da autoridad al fechas y las horas. tria, 'Cardiologia, Oidos, Nariz y
ComitA de Programas. Departamento de Salud P6iblica para Alrededor de 20 doctors vendran Garganta, Patologia, Medicina Inter-
Se ha invitado a representantes de que ordene el cierre inrnediato de los para disertar, presentar peliculas y na, Castroenterologia, Cirugia, Uro-
las Muchachas Guias de Panama y del lugares done se compruebe que se exposiciones, y ver los problems en logia y Neurologia.
Consejo de Muchachas Cuias de la ha violado esta disposiciOn. casos relacionados con su especialidad Este es el tercer ario de operaci6n
Zona del Canal. Las Muchachas Guias El decreto stablece ens de hsta en la medicine. La mayor part de del Programa de Visitantes Consul-
Internacionales d a Zona del Canal 1 e e los m6dicos que vienen son miembros tores, y uno de varies programs que
son una Agencia del Fondo Unido le B/50 a primer vez que se cometa de facultades de grandes escuelas de( mantiene a los medicos locales al dia
la Zona del Canal. (Continua en la pdgina 4) medicine que han ganado fama en sus en los 1ltimos cambios profesionales.



Septiembre 8, 1967


Captain Lightfoot (AYC) y
This Happy Feeling (AYC)
Tobruk (AY)

Tobruk (AY)

Rings Around The World (AYC) y
Good Neighbor Sanm (AY)
(Prohibida para menores de 18)

Captain Lightfoot (AYC) y
This Happy Feeling (AYC)
The Professionals (ADULTOS;
Rings Around The World (AYC) y
Good Neighbor Sam (AY)
(Prohibida para menores de 18)
Day Of The Badman (AY)

Lancelot And Guinevere (AYC) y
40 Pounds Of Trouble (AYC)

10:00 p.m.
Ride The Wild Surf (AYC)
Apache Uprising (AY) y
The Skull (AY)
Dead Heat On A Merry Go
Dead Heat On A Merry Go

When The Boys Meet The Girls (AY)

Wells Fargo (AYC) y
Man Of A Thousand Faces (AYC)
10:00 p.m.
Nightmare (AY)

GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.

Gente en la Noticia

Juan Rivera Quintanar es barrenero .
en la Cantera del Cerro Sosa. Lleva.
17 anios al servicio de la empresa del"
Canal, 11 de ellos en dicha cantera. '.
Naci6 en Tucuti, Daribn, el 24 de .-,

dios primarios en la Escuela de .
Tucuti. "Desde chico, dice, viajaba a
PanamAi en compaiia de mi madre. .
Ya adolescent me estableci definiti-
vamente en la ciudad capital". Riverai -
Quintanar es casado con la Sra. Isabel 4
Rio. Tienen tres bijos: Julio, que est -
casado; Oscar, que cursa studios "
secundarios; e Isabel, todavia en la ..
primaria. Rivera trabaj6 con el Ej6r- ''
cito antes de entrar a laborar en el
Canal. Fue carpintero y albafiil en.
Corozal y en Fuerte Clayton. Entre .. ..
sus pasatiempos favorites esti el ..r
boxeo y es admirador de Ismael
Laguna. Tambidn le gustan las corri- -- -.
das de toros por television. Ademis ". .. .
hace trabajos de carpinteria tales A*".
como reparaci6n y construcci6n de -
techos. Finalmente, le gusta enterarse
de los principles acontecimientos del riarnente los peri6dicos. Rivera recibi6 servicio del Canal y espera pronto
pais y del mundo, y por eso, lee dia- bot6n y certificado de 5 y 10 afios al completar los 20 afios.

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Eustorgio Otero C. es lubricador en la Cantera del Cerro
Sosa. Su labor con el Canal se inici6 hace 8 afios. Naci6
en la ciudad de Barranquilla, Colombia, el 15 de junior
de 1918. En 1938 lleg6 al Istmo de PanamA y 4 afios mAs
tarde comenz6 a trabajar en el PAD como ayudante de
mecAnica, luego trabaj6 con el Ej6rcito en el Area de Las
Cruces. Sus studios primarios los curs6 en el Colegio
San Roque, de Barranquilla. Reside en la Calle Carlos
A. Mendoza, de la ciudad de PanamA, en compafiia de
su Sra. Julia Adames y de sus bijos: Julia E., que
estudia su 29 afio de enfermeria; Rigoberto Enrique, que
cursa su 3er. afio en el Instituto Modemo Nocturno; y
Eustorgio Enrique, Jr., que estA en 3er. afio en la Profe-
sional Isabel Herrera Obaldia. Otero es vicepresidente del
Club de Padres de Familia de la Escuela de Enfermeria.
En sus ratos de ocio le gusta oir noticias de radio y ver
television. Recuerda much su viaje que hizo a la Atalaya
donde asisti6 a la procesi6n de Jesis Nazareno. Piensa
visitar pronto a su ciudad natal, Barranquilla, "para
conocerla de nuevo".

Gotas de Historia

Julio 31, 1886-"Artigue, Sondereg-
ger et Compagnie" se encargaron
del contrato para la excavaci6n de
Agosto 19, 1913-Todas las residen-
cias de la Comisi6n del Canal Ist-
mico y del Ferrocarril de PanamA
en Col6n y Crist6bal fueron con-
solidadas y puestas bajo la juris-
dicci6n del Departamento de Vi-

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 expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
pleados del Canal de PanamA. Valor
de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
vendo envio por correo) $2.60 al afio.
Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

viendas, con excepci6n del nuevo
Hotel Washington.
Agosto 2, 1873-Harper's Weekly
public un articulo sobre la finan-
ciaci6n de la Compafiia de Vapo-
res Pacific Mail. Leonard W.
Jerome, que tom6 solamente 30.000
de las 50.000 acciones que se
habia comprometido a comprar, a
$200 por acci6n, se arruin6 y
renunci6 a su puesto en la junta
Agosto 2, 1912-Muri6 el poeta pana-
mefio Federico Escobar.
Agosto 3, 1848-El Acta de Apro-
piaciones de la Armada que asig-
naba $874.000 para el servicio de
correos hacia Oreg6n por la via de
PanamA se convirti6 en ley.
Agosto 3, 1865-El San Francisco
Daily Evening Bulletin inform el
regreso a ese puerto del U.S.S.
"Saginaw" despu6s de escoltar al
"Colorado", de la Compafiia de
Vapores Pacific Mail, en su ruta
hacia PanamA. Se temia un ataque
del "Shenandoah", barco de guerra
Confederado que todavia operaba
en el Pacifico y que no habia
recibido noticias de la rendici6n
de Lee.
Agosto 4, 1596-Muri6 Luis de Torres
Guerrero, primer Portaestandarte
Municipal de PanamA.
Agosto 5, 1529-Don Antonio de la
Gama tom6 posesi6n como Gober-
nador de PanamA.

Leyenda de

Las Campanas

De la Catedral

Las campanas de la Catedral de
Panama tienen una hermosa leyenda
que se dice tuvo lugar cuando fueron
fundidas en Espafia.
Se dice que los reyes espafioles
andaban de paseo por la imperial
Toledo, sede entonces de la Corte y
muy famosa por su traditional indus-
tria metalirgica, y visitaron los altos
hornos donde se moldeaban los cafio-
nes, se forjaban las espadas, las lanzas
y los arcabuces y se fundian las cam-
panas con destino a sus posesiones del
nuevo mundo americano.
Los grandes crisoles estaban listos
y la reina pregunt6 que nuevo ins-
trumento se iba a fundir. Cuando supo
que eran las campanas para la ciudad
de PanamA, se desprendi6 un collar de
filigrana y lo arroj6 al crisol. Su gesto
fue imitado por sus acompafiantes,
quienes echaron al crisol aretes, sorti-
jas y otros adornos. Y asi aquel bronce
recibi6 una considerable porci6n de
fino metal que dio una sonoridad espe-
cial a las campanas de PanamA, que
estuvieron primero en la Torre de
PanamA La Vieja y que hoy dia
esparcen su tafiido por la nueva
ciudad desde las torres de la Catedral


14-17-Feria de Bocas del Toro.
19-26-Quinto Festival Internacional del Cine con sede en la ciudad de
22-Grandioso Baile Internacional Anual de las Debutantes de Col6n.
Para mayor informaci6n sirvase llamar a Col6n 7-1345 o al 7-4427
durante las horas de oficina.

Viemes 8 ._-

SAbado 9---

Domingo 10-

Lunes 11___

Martes 12.--

Miercoles 13

Jueves 14

Viernes 15-

Pagina 2

En Su Pantalla


9:45-Emillio Espina
11:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
11:30-Tiempo de Estrellas
12:00-Pelcas Que Hicieron Historia
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Estreno Favorito
4:00-Tardede de Toros
7:00-Los Monroe
8:00-El Tilnel del Tiempo
9:00-El Show de Dean Martin
10:00-Largo Metraje

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Robhin
5:30-Marine Boy
6:00-La Novela del Dos
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Los Invasores
9:00-El Hombre del Rifle
9:30-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Club de Mickey Mouse
6:00-La Novela del Dos
7:00-Simplicia la Secretaria
7:30-Reto al Mal
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
10:30-Aiedrez Fatal

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Super Seis
6:00-La Novela del Dos
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Viaje a las Estrellas
9:30-La Caldera Del Diablo
10:30-Boris Karloff Presenta

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3:00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Flipper, el Deltfin Maravilloso
6:00-La Novela del Dos
7:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
7:30-Comandos del Desierto
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Historia del F.B.I.
10:30-Ajedrez Fatal

11:30- Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Jardin de Maravillas
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Reportajes Mundiales
3 00-Tardes Filmicas
4:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Hey Land Lord
6:00-La Novela del Dos
7:00-El Avisp6n Verde
7:30-La Casa de Luis Demetrio
9:00-Carrousel de la Alegria
10-30-Tren Musical

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
1:00-Programa Femenino
2:00-A Bailar Joven
3:00-Reprise de la Novela de las 6
5:30-La Rubia Peligrosa
6:00-Un Soltero Casado
7:00-Misi6n Imposible
9:00-Rutas del Destino


9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:45-SAlvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Ventana del Mundo
12:30-Los H6roes de Hogan
1:00-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Guardianes del Espacio
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Musica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-La Gran Aventura
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Los Lios de Cecil
6:55-Primera Plana
8.00-Festival en Madrid
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Chica de C.I.P.O.L.
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Musica y Risas
l:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventureros del Mississippi
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-lnstantineas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-CAsate y Veras
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Misica y Risas
l:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
-:00-Edgar Wallace
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:00-Estrellas Palmolive
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Vengadores
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Misica y Risas
1 :00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Los Islefios
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantineas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Los Apuros de Tel6sforo
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares de Pond's
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Jim West
10:30-Los Intocables

11:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Musica y Risas
l:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Aventuras en el Paraiso
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAneas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:00-El Hombre de Acero
6:20-Pepito Masito
6:55-Primera Plana
7:30-La Hora de Radil Astor
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Yo Soy Espia
10:30-Viemes con Martinez Blanco

11:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Madre es un Convertible
12:30-El Show de los Cinco
1 30-La Mujer Opina
2:00-Reprise de Corin Tellado
4:00-Cine Programa Telecuatro
5:30-Luchar o Morir
6:00-Patrulla de Caminos
6:30-El Superagente 86
7:30-Revista Musical
8"00-A Peticion Souya
8:30-Perdidos en elEspacio
10:30-Pantalla Cinematografica



Septiembre 8, 1967



Annie R. Rathgeber, Ayudante de Servi-
cios Administrativos a Funcionario
Thora S. Mahoney, Ayudante Oficinista,
Departamento Legal.
Josiah Cuthbert M., Arclhivero.
William S. Wigg, Subjefe Tecnico en Ad-
ministraci6n a Subjefe Tecnico en Admi-
nistraci6n (Jefe de la Direcci6n de
Melvin D. Kennedy, Jr., Policia Raso en la
Division de Policia a Fot6grafo (Natu-
raleza Muerta).
Carlos Hayot R., Mozo de Servicio de
Comidas, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Men-
George C. Clarke, Jr., Principiante (Des-
pachador Subalterno de Combustibles
Liquidos-Muelles) a Principiante (Ope-
rario de Duplicadora).
Oficina del Director
William J. Kilgallen, Ayudante Adminis-
trativo a Funcionario Administrativo.
Robert Whitelaw, MecAnico Tornero (Man-
tenimiento) a Primer Capataz Mecanico
Tornero (Mantenimiento).
Tyrone D. Jones, Aprendiz (Montador de
Tuberia), 3er. Aiio, a Aprendiz (Monta-
dor de Tuberia), 49 Ailo.
Joseph Wallace, Ayudante Mecanico Tor-
nero a Operario de Maquinaria.
Wilfred H. Anderson, Pintor a Capataz
Wilfred M. Smith, Aprendiz (Constructor
de Buques), 49 Afio, a Constructor de
Carlos A. L6pez, Terani 0. Simons, Apren-
diz (MecAnico Tomrero), 49 Ano, a Me-
canico Tornero (Nautico).
Edwin Farrel, Aprendiz (Aparejador), 49
Anio, a Aparejador.
Carlos A. Myrie, Aprendiz (Mectnico de
Maquinaria Diesel), 49 Afio, a Mecanico
de Maquinaria Diesel.
Carl C. Townsend, Aprendiz (Soldador),
49 Afio, a Soldador.
Cyrus W. Field, Capataz (Elaboraci6n de
Metales), a Subjele Encargado de Pro-
ducci6n (Naiutica) (Superintendente de
Earl A. Robins, Ingeniero NAutico a Sub-
jefe Ingeniero General.
Emmanuel Burton, Capataz Pintor a Primer
Capataz Pintor.
Claude L. Johnson, Operario de Equipo de
Contaduria, Ramo de Contabilidad Me-
cdnica y N6minas de Pago, a Princi-
piante (Ayudante MecAnico Tornero).
Leo A. Wilkinson, Aprendiz (MecAnico
Tornero), 29 Afio, Personal de Adiestra-
miento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Mecanico
Tornero), 29 Ano.
George W. Bell, Jr., Aprendiz (Constructor
de Buques), 29 Ato, Personal de Adies-
tramiento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Cons-
tructor de Buques) 3er. Afio.
Richard A. McFarlane, Aprendiz (Solda-
dor), 29 Afio, Personal de Adiestramien-
to Industrial, a Aprendiz (Soldador),
3er. Afio.
Hubert G. Ranger, Aprendiz (Aparejador),
29 Afio, Personal de Adiestramiento
Industrial, a Aprendiz (Aparejador),
3er. Afio.
Division de Esclusas
Joseph J. Bento, Arthur V. Nygard, MecA-
nico Tornero a Operario de Esclusas
(Mecanico Tornero).
Harold S. Gaskin, Primer Capataz (Ope-
raciones en la Pared de las Esciusas)
a Guardia, Cuerpo de Seguridad del
Silvestre Sanchez B., Lubricador a b'rimer
Capataz (Operaciones en la Paied de
las Esclusas).
Sim6n Elizabeth, Pasacables a Ayudante
Operario de Esclusas.
Melvin D. Husband, Encargado de Cuarto
de Herramientas a Oficinista, Secci6n de
Pedro W. Rhodes, Marinero, Divisi6n de
Dragas, a Guardia, Cuerpo de Seguridad
del Canal.
Larry G. Gramlieh, Aprendiz (Mecainico
Tornero), 29 Afio, Personal de Adies-
tramiento Industrial, a Aprendiz (MecA-
nico Tornero), 29 Afio, Divisi6n de
Albert A. L6pez, Pasacables a Ayudante
Operario de Esclusas.
Linton Alleyne B., Aseador, Divisi6n de
Abastos, a Pasacables.
James L. Slover, Ronald G. Meyer, Apren-
diz (Electricista), 29 Afio, Personal de
Adiestramiento Industrial, a Aprendliz
(Electricista), 20 Afio.
William L. Benny, Jr., Aprendiz (Electri-
cista), 29 Afio, Personal de Adiestra-
miento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Electri-
cista), 3er. Afio.
Michael A. Livingston, Aprendiz (Meca--
nico Tornero), 2 Afio, Personal de
Adiestramiento Indtsrtrial, a Aprendiz
(MecAnico Tornero), 3er. Afio.
Roderick N. MacDonell, Aprendiz (Elec-
tricista), 29 Afio, Personal de Adiestra-
miento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Electri-
cista), 3er. Afio.
Robert J. Hansen, Operario de Locomotora
de Remolque (Esclusas) a Operario
(Maquinaria Levadiza y PortAtil).
Allen S. Brown, Operario de Esclusas (Me-
cenico Tornero), a Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero).
Daniel A. Lawson, Capataz Operario de
Esclusas (Mecanico Tornero) a Primer
Capataz (Operaciones de Esclusa).
Victor H. Higgins, Subjefe Ingeniero Ge-
neral a Ingeniero General.
Robert H. McConaughey, Jr., Aprendiz
(Electricista), 49 Afio, a Electricista.
Waldo B. Gilley, Jr., Aprendiz (Mecanico
Tornero), 49 Afio, a Mecanico Tornero.
Thomas J. Mannigan, Jr.. Ingeniero Gene-
ral a Ingeniero General (Ayudante Su-
perintendente, Ramo Pacifico).
Alton C. Springer, Electricista a Operario
de Esclusas (Electricista).
Division de Navegaci6n
Angelo Stefani, Guardia, Cuerpo de Segu-
ridad del Canal, a Capitan de Renol-
Robert K. Adams, Primer Capataz de la
Rada (Ayudante del Maestre de la Rada)
a Jefe Capataz de la Rada (Maestre de
la Rada).
Santiago V. Wood, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Oficinista

Herman R. Duncan, Principiante (Alma-
cenero), Divisi6n de Almacenaje, a Se-
Vern H. Christoph, Arqueador a Subjefe
Alfred G. Williams, Estibador, Divisi6n de
Terminales, a Lubricador (Planta de
Equipo Flotante).
Samuel Bent, Marinero a Capataz Mari-
Eugene II. Bunnell, Primer Capataz de la
Rada a Capataz General de la Rada
(Ayudante del Maestre de la Rada).
Lourdes A. Baseman. Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa (Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a Ofici-
nista Esten6grafa.
Division de Sistemas
Mildred E. Dominguez, Ayndante Estu-
diantil, Ramo de Clasificaci6n y Salario,
a Oficinista Esten6grafa.
Kenneth L. Morris, Agente de Aduanas,
Divisi6n de Aduanas, a Contador de
Auditoria General-Auditoria Interna
Ephraim B. Le6n-Guerrero, Contador a
Auditoria General-Ramo de Reclamos
Edward J. Shafer, Jr., Oficinista, Divisi6n
de Terminales, a Escrutador de Recla-
mos (General).
Division de Mantenimiento
Harry F. Shannon, Mecainico Tornero
(Mantenimiento) a Capatax Mec'nico
Tornero (Mantenimiento).
Clement A. Murrel, Oficinista de Abastos,
Hospital de Corozal, a Oficinista.
Ashton S. Williams, Mozo de Oficio, Divi-
si6n de Aduanas, a Ayudante Mecanico
de Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento
de Aire.
Ivanhoe Archer, Capataz Trabajador en
Cemento o Asfalto a Pavimentador.
George E. Daniel, Ayudante General a
Tendedor de Tuberia.
Aguedo Villa, Cantero a Barrenero.
Roberto Beausoleil, Pulidor de Cemento
(Mantenimiento), Divisi6n de Esclusas,
a Pulidor de Cemento, Divisi6n de Man-
Alexander James, Jr., Ayudante Pintor a
Sim6n W. Hall, Mozo de Oficio, Divisi6n
de Abastos, a Ayudante Reparador de
Equipo El6ctrico, Divisi6n de Mante-
Roland S. Josephs, Aprendiz (Mecinico
Tornero), 49 Afio. a Mecinico Tornero
George L. Hibbert, Aprendiz (Planchista),
49 Afio, a Planchista.
Robert C. Herrington, Primer Capataz,
Construcci6n de Muelles Piblicos, a Ca-
pataz General de Obras Pilblicas.
Terrel C. Deakins, Aprendiz (Plomero),
49 Afio, a Plomero.
Maurice W. Sherry, Jr., Montador de Tu-
beria, Divisi6n Industrial, a Montador
de Tuberia, Divisi6n de Mantenimiento.
Alfred D. Low, Aprendiz (Plomero), 29
Ano, Personal de Adiestramiento Indus-
trial, a Aprendiz (Plomero), 29 Afio.
Ray I. Sealey, Aprendiz (MecAnico Tor-
nero), 29 Aflo, Personal de Adiestra-
miento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Mecanico
Tornero), 29 Afio.
Francisco Rodriguez, Aprendiz (Plomero),
29 Aflo, Personal de Adiestramiento In-
dustrial, a Aprendiz (Plomero), 3er. Afio.
William L. Catron, Aprendiz (Mecanico de
Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de
Aire), 29 Afio, Personal de Adiestra-
miento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Meca-
nico de Refrigeraci6n y Acondiciona-
miento de Aire), 3er. Afio.
George H. Scott, Aprendiz (Planchista),
29 Afio, a Aprendiz (Planchista), 3er.
Division de Dragas
Howard R. Smead, Operario de MAquina
PortAtil y Levadiza, Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento, a Piloto, Draga de Cuchar6n.
Adriain R. Ellington, Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados) a Pintor de Mantenimiento.
Jorge T. VAsquez D., Jos6 de la C. G6mez
G., Jos6 T. Hernandez, Luis C. Jaen S.,
Obrero a Ayudante Electricista (Guar-
Gregorio Moreno H., Aprendiz (Soldador),
49 Afio, a Soldador.
Richard V. Chin, Aprendiz (Electricista,
49 Afio, a Electricista.
Norman W. Watkins, Aprendiz (Electri-
cista), 49 Afio, a Electricista.
Ram6n Del Cid S., Aprendiz (Mecianico
Tornero), 29 Afio, Personal de Adies-
tramiento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Mecti-
nico Tornero), 2 Afio.
Alfredo Torres, James Blackwood, Manuel
de los Rios, George H. Callender,
Edward E. Davis, Antonio CedeiCo, Evan
C. McQueen, Fitz D. Roberts, Julio
Samaniego M. y Florencio Flores, Ma-
rineros, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n, a Mari-
neros, Divisi6n de Dragas.
Delroy A. Burke, Aprendiz (Soldador), 29
Anfio, Personal de Adiestramniento Indus-
trial, a Aprendiz (Soldador), 3er. Afio.
Antonio 0. Dunn-Moodie, Aprendiz (Car-
pintero), 29 Aflo, Personal de Adiestra-
miento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Carpin-
tero), 3er. Afio.
George Holcroft, Jr., James R. Hovan,
Aprendiz (MecAnico Tornero), 29 Aino,
Personal de Adiestramiento Industrial. a
Aprendiz (Mecainico Tornero), 3er. Afio.
Division de Electricidad
Nelson A. Kraemer, Mecanico Electr6nico
a T4cnico Electr6nico.
Ruperto A. Gordon, Jos6 Chan, Aprendiz
(Electricista), 3er. Anio, a Aprendiz Elec-
tricista), 49 Ano.
Winston H. Forde, Aprendiz de Electri-
rista (Tel6efonos), 49 Afio, a Electricista
William C. Kirkland, Aprendiz (Empal-
mador de Cables), 49 Afio, a Empal-
mador de Cables.
Paul F. Ebdon, Aprendiz (Operario de
Planta de Energia Electrica), 49 Afio,
a Jefe Operario de Planta Generadora.
Thomas L. Zornes, Aprendiz (Reparador
de Central Telef6nica), 29 Afio, Per-
sonal de Adiestramiento Industrial, a
Aprendiz (Reparador de Central Tele-
f6nica), 29 Afno.
John E. Bundy, Aprendiz (Operario de
Planta de Energia Electrica), 20 Afio,
Personal de Adiestramiento Industrial,
a Aprendiz (Operario de Planta de Ener-
gia Electrica), 29 Afio.
Jerry L. Hall, Aprendiz (Electricista), 29
Afio, Personal de Adiestramiento Indus-
trial, a Aprendiz (Electricista), 29 Ano.

Ruben S. Edwards, Jr., Aprendiz (Meca-
nico de Radio), 29 Ario, Personal de
Adiestramiento Industrial, a Aprendiz
(MecAnico de Radio), 3er. Afio.
Norbert L. Buchanan, Edmund S. Stall-
worth, Jr., Aprendiz (Electricista), 29
Afio, Personal de Adiestramiento Indus-
trial, a Aprendiz (Electricista), 3er. Afio.
John, A. Millar, Aprendiz (Operario de
Planta de Energia El1ctrica), 29 Afio,
Personal de Adiestramiento Industrial,
a Aprendiz (Operario de Planta de Ener-
gia E16ctrica), 3er. Afio.
Rub6n Ho Luck, Aprendiz (Embobinador,
Inducido), 29 Anio, Personal de Adies-
tramiento Industrial, a Aprendiz (Embo-
binador, Inducido), 3er. Afio.
Division de Ingenieria
BeltrAn E. Guerra E., Aprendiz Estudiantil
(Ingenieria Civil), Programa de Edu-
caci6n Cooperativa. a Ingeniero Civil.
Prudencio O0. Martiz C., T6cnico de Carto-
grafia a Cart6grafo.
Division de Construcci6n
Carlos H. Hidrovo Ch., Dibujante de Inge-
nieria E16ctrica, Divisi6n de Ingenieria,
a Inspector de Construcciones.
Jorge R. Paredes, Oficinista de N6minas,
Ramo de Contabilidad Meclnica y N6-
minas de Pago, a Inspector de Construc-
Division de Estudios Sobre
Canal a Nivel
Ancelmo Mena A., Primer Capataz de Man-
tenimiento a Capataz General de Mante-
Division de Almacenaje
Fitzgerald White, Almacenero. Division de
Electricidad, a Almacenero, Divisi6n de
Robert M. Bright, Oficinista de Presu-
puesto, Divisi6n Industrial, a Oficinistar
de Presupuesto, Divisi6n de Almacenaje.
Samuel Dubin, Subjefe Oficinista de Abas-
tos Generales a Subjefe Ayudante en
Organizaci6n de Almacenaje.
Clifford Jenmmott, Capataz Operario de
Montacargas de Trinche a Capataz (Ma-
nejo de Materiales).
Clentford E. Savory, Ayudante Carpintero
a Carpintero de Mantenimiento.
Wilfred A. Richards, Encargado de Gan-
cho de Grua a Capataz Encargado de
Gancho de Gr6a.
Apolinar Santamaria, Encargado de Exis-
tencias a Capataz Encargado de Exis-
Harold D. Spencer, Oficinista de Abastos
a Especialista en Inventario.
Gasper G. de Paredes, Subjefe Oficinista
a Subjefe Ofi0inista de Abastos.
Walter Bedford, Almacenero a Encargado
de Existencias.
Roy Elliott, Oficinista de Abastos a Espe-
cialista en Inventario.
Carlton Dawkins, Encargado de Existen-
cias a Oficinista de Abastos.
Joseph H. White, Funcionario de Abastos
Generales (Superintendente del Ramo
de Almacenaje) a Funcionario en Admi-
nistraci6on de Abastos (Jefe, Divisi6n de
Division de Servicios Comunales
Eduardo Bourne, Capataz Aseador.
Antolino Gutierrez R., Obrero a Obrero
(Erradicaci6n de Plagas).
Honorato Vega, Obrero (Trabajos Pesados)
a Recolector de Basura.
Isabel Muiioz, Oficinista Mecan6grafa
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a Oficinista
Damiin Albeo, Oficinista Mecan6grafo
(Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Oficinista
Ismael Berrio, Aseador a Obrero (Trabajos
Division de Abastos
Clarence N. Brin Y., Subjefe Ayudante Ge-
neral de Abastos.
James L. Snyder, Acomodador (Teatros),
,A Portero (Teatros).
Kathy J. Melanson, Acomodadora (Tea-
tros), a Taquillera (Teatro de Balboa).
Alfonso A. Dutary, Aseador a Mozo de
Marcus A. Grannum, Oficinista de Alma-
cen, a Gerente de Almacen (General).
Grace F. Hayles, Empaquetadora a Tra-
bajadora (Seeci6n de Legumbres).
David S. Beckett, Gerente de Restaurante
a Subgerente de Almac6n.
Hidderson M. Britton, Ayudante Panadero
a Cocinero.
Victorio Alvarado S., Aseador a Mozo de
Miguel E. Quir6s, Encargado de Mante-
nimiento a Reparador de Equipo E16c-
Betty J. Slaughter, Gerente de Almacen
(General), a Ayuclante al Encargado del
Movimiento de Mercancias (General).
Sharon K. Raymond, Oficinista Esten6grafa
a Subjefe Oficinista Mecan6grafa.
Hospital Gorgas
Carolina B. White, M6dico Residente, 3er.
Anio, a M6dico Asistente, ler. Afio.
R. Garner Brasseur, M6dico Residente, ler.
Afio, a M6dico Residente, 29 Afino.
Alphonso R. Phillips, Aseador a Mozo de
Oficios (Hospital).
Delia L. Miller, AVudante Dental (Restau-
raciones) a Ayudante Dental.
Jaime J. Pujals, M dico Residente, 3er.
Afio, a Medico (Medicina General).
Alexander A. Peters, Ayudante Dental
(Restauraciones) a Ayudante Dental.
Nellie T. Morgan, Oficinista Esten6grafa a
Secretaria (Estenografia).
Alberto L. Hope, Archivero a Oficinusta,
Secci6n de N6minas.
Ratll Revello M., Rodrigo Hidalgo G.,
Medico Residente, ler. Afio, a Medico
Resident, 29 Afio.
Marielena Chen G., Oficinista Mecan6grafa
a Oficinista de Sala de Hospital.
Teniente Coronel August A. Howard, M6-
dico (Gastroenterologia), a Jefe, Servi-
cio Medico, Hospital Gorgas.
Donald Adams, Oficinista (Procuraci6n) a
Agente de Compras.
Edward A. Ballerini, Fernando Santiago,
M3dico Residente, ler. Afio, a Medico
ltesidente, 29 Ano.
Glen R. Chance. Ayudante Administrativo
del Hospital, Hospital de Coco Solo, a
Official Administrativo del Hospital
Harold G. Fergus, Mozo de Oficios Pesa-
dos, Servicio de Comidas, Hospital de
Coco Solo, a Auxiliar de Enfermeria,
Hospital Gorgas.
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Francis A. Brown


Francis Brown Fue una

Estrella de Baloncesto

Una figure muy popular en el
Istmo, que es considerada como una
de las estrellas de todos los tiempos
en el baloncesto panamefio, acaba de
cumplir 40 ai )s al servicio de la
organizaci6n del Canal de PanamA.
Se trata de Francis A. Brown,
actualmente Funcionario para Re-
presi6n del Contrabando en la Divi-
si6n de Aduanas y que presta servicio
en el Almacen de Rainbow City.
Brown, a quien se conoce en los
circulos deportivos como "Lengdiita",
porque se mordia la lengua cuando
iba a realizar un enceste, comenz6 a
trabajar como mensajero en la Divi-
si6n de Aduanas en 1927, puesto que
desempefi6 durante 10 afios, antes de
ser ascendido a oficinista. En este
ulltimo cargo estuvo durante 27 afios
y en el actual tiene solamente 3 aios.
Francis naci6 en la ciudad de
Col6n el 27 de febrero de 1910 y
manifiesta que piensa seguir traba-
jando hasta que pueda jubilarse con
su liltimo sueldo.
El popular deportista colonense
sobresali6 en los deportes desde 1928
cuando comenz6 a jugar al baloncesto
en la liga menor de Col6n. Durante
20 afios fue jugador de liga mayor,
pero los equipos que recuerda con
mayor simpatia son La Competencia,
patrocinado por Antonio Tagar6pulos,
de 1932 a 1935, y el Jab6n Progreso,
de 1936 a 1938, que era patrocinado
por el actual Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, Jos6 Dominador Bazin, otro
excelente deportista active de esa
Tambi6n fue jugador de beisbol,
habiendo militado durante 2 ainos en
las filas de los equipos Mayor Walker
y Atlantico, de grata recordaci6n para
los amantes de ese deported de esa
6poca. Brown era el torpedero de
esas novenas.
Brown, que se retir6 del baloncesto
en 1941, represent a Panama por
primera vez en una competencia
international en 1937 durante el Cen-
tenario de Cali y luego fue uno de
los puntales del equipo panamefio que
gan6 el campeonato de baloncesto en
los IV Juegos Deportivos Centroame-
ricanos y del Caribe, que se celebraron
en PanamA en 1938.
Actualmente Francis arbitra juegos
del campeonato distritorial de balon-
cesto de Col6n y administra, desde

hace 20 afios, las ligas de beisbol del
Club Rotario de Col6n, de la cual
salieron peloteros como Chico Salmon,
actualmente con los Indios de Cleve-
land; Ram6n Webster y Osvaldo Cha-
varria, de los Atl6ticos de Kansas City,
y Reinaldo Grenald.
Como director de equipos de balon-
cesto, Brown llev6 a Chiriqui a su
inico campeonato national menor,
mientras que el afio pasado dirigi6 al
quinteto de Veraguas.
Su consagraci6n como director de
equipos se registry este afio, cuando
llev6 al seleccionado de Panami al
tercer lugar en los Juegos Panameri-
canos celebrados en Winnipeg, Cana-
da, detrAs de Estados Unidos y
Pero Brown consider que su mayor
satisfacci6n fue 'la de conquistar el
campeonato Centroamericano de Ba-
loncesto celebrado el afo pasado en
Guatemala, con un equipo de j6venes
canasteros, ya que las estrellas se
encontraban participando en el Cam-
peonato Mundial Extraordinario en,
Brown consider que el baloncesto
panamefio necesita de un director
norteamericano para que ensenfie mtas
tecnica a los canasteros, asi como
tambien a los directors panamefios
como l1, Franklin Holness y otros mais.
Opina que los jugadores mis des-
tacados del moment son Davis
Peralta, Jr. y Pedro Rivas, a quienes
tambien une con Fernando Tom y
Eugenio Luzcando Duarte, como los
mejores de todos los tiempos.
Sobre los actuales canasteros, con-
sidera Brown que Peralta, Rivas,
Eduardo Blades. Julio Osorio y
Eli6cer Ellis pueden representarnos
dignamente en los Juegos Centroame-
ricanos y del Caribe que se celebrarin
aqui en 1970.
Dice que el moment mis emocio-
nante de su vida fue cuando Panami
venci6 a M6xico en 1938 para con-
quistar el campeonato de baloncesto,
ya que los mexicanos habian logrado
el tercer lugar en los Juegos Olimpicos
de Berlin en 1936.
Brown, un empleado eficiente del
Canal de Panamat, sigue en su labor
de dirigir la Liga de Beisbol de los
Rotarios de Col6n, en la cual juegan
300 muchachos de 8 a 18 afios de
edad, todos los afios.

Del 2 al 6 de Octubre Habrai

Matriculas en U. de Florida

El trimestre de otofio de la Univer-
sidad de La Florida en la Zona del
Canal se iniciarA con las matriculas
del 2 al 6 de octubre, en las Oficinas



de la Universidad de La Florida, en
el Edificio 808 de la Base de la Fuerza
Area de Albrook.
Los estudiantes podrin matricularse
de lunes a jueves, de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m.;
el viernes de 8 a.m. a mediodia; y en
las noches del miercoles y jueves, de
6:30 a 8 p.m. El period de matriculas
tardias terminara el 13 de octubre.
Las classes para los cursos de 10
semanas comenzarin el 9 de octubre
y terminarin el 15 de diciembre.
T'dos los curses son de 3 horas cr5-
ditos trimestrales, con excepci6n de
Espafiol Elemental, de 9 horas tri-
mestrales; Biologia General, 4 horas
trimestrales; Derecho Comercial, 4
horas trimestrales, y Elocuci6n para
Estudiantes Extranjeros, que no
ctorga cr6ditos acadnmicos.
Se ofrecera los siguientes cursos:
Comunicaci6n Escrita, Espafinol Ele-
mental, Sociologia General, Derecho
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Paigina 3


Septiembre 8, 1967

Habri Gran Baile i

En Paraiso el Diea

20 de Octubre
El Gran Baile Anual del Circulo de
J6venes Adultos de la Iglesia de San
Albano de Paraiso tendri lugar el 20
de octubre, a partir de las 8:00 p.m.,
en el Sal6n Parroquial de esa iglesia.
Ademis del baile formal se ofrecera
a los asistentes un maravilloso espec-
tAculo que constituira deleite para la
vista y el oido, por la msisica que lo
acompafiara y el talent artistic de
los que aparezcan en 1l.
A petici6n de los que asistieron el
afio pasado, la orquesta de Willie r
Moro volveri a amenizar este gran nW
event social. -
Alas 10 p.m. se serviri un coctel
a los asistentes.
Las reservaciones son limitadas y
para hacerlas hay que llamar a Claude
Burgess, al tel6fono 4-718; a la Srta.
Sybil Best, tel6fono 4-642; y a la
Srta. Patricia Bovell, al tel6fono 4-717.

Del 2 al 6 de Octubre. .
(Viene de la pdgina 3)
Commercial, Historia de M6xico, Civi-
lizaci6n Occidental, Elocuci6n para
Alumnos Extranjeros, Principios de
Economia, Cambios Sociales en Areas
Subdesarrolladas, Biologia General,
Humanidades, Cuentos de Canter-
bury, Cultura y Civilizaci6n Latino-
americana, Relaciones PNblicas de la
Policia, MatemiAticas BAsica, Gobierno
Federal Americano, Escritura Expo-
sitiva Avanzada, Antropologia Social,
y la Esencia de la Entrevista.
Toda persona que posea diploma
de escuela secundaria o su equivalent
puede solicitar ser admitida.

El buque cisterna "Gulfoba", de la Gulf Petroleum, S.A., que ostenta una
marca de trinsitos por el Canal de mAs de 1.000 travesias en 5 afios, ha
vuelto a servicio despues de permanecer 10 dias en el dique seco de la
Division Industrial en Mount Hope, donde fue pintado, se le hicieron algunas
reparaciones menores y se le limpi6 el fondo. El "Gulfoba", cuyo capitan es
George Murphy Haves, volvi6 a transitar el Canal desde el AtlAntico el lunes
por la noche, cargado de gasoline, kerosin y diesel de la Refineria Panama.
Despues de abastecerse de combustible en el Muelle 4 de Balboa, prosigui6
viaje hacia el Puerto de Aguadulce el martes. El "Gulfoba" tiene capacidad
para 6.000 barriles de petr6leo y 6 compartimientos para almacenar.

Nuevos Numeros Telefonico

A partir del lunes 11 de septiembre se reemplazarin los siguientes
telef6nicos en el sector AtlAntico:
3-2611 Articulos para el Hogar, Edificio 7030, Mount Hope -
3-2613 Venta al por Mayor de Mercancia en General, Edificio 7030, Mount
Hope -------------------- ------- ---
3-2615 Venta al por Mayor de Viveres, Edificio 7030, Mount Hope ------
3-2618 Venta al por Mayor de Mercancia en General, Edificio 7030, Mount
Hope -- ---------- ----------------
3-2622 Fabrica de Helados, Edificio 7018, Mount Hope ---------
3-2626 Edificio 7032, Mount Hope -
3-2632 Panaderia, Edificio 7030, Mount Hope- ----- ------- --
3-2633 Almacenes, Secci6n de Pedidos, Mount Hope------------------
3-2641 Garita de Guardia, Mount Hope -
3-2645 Venta al por Mayor de Articulos para el Hogar, Edificio 7030, Mount
Hope ------- ----------------------
3-2649 Estaci6n de Gasolina, Margarita -
3-2654 Comisariato de Rainbow City-- ---------------
3-2655 Almacenes, Secci6n de Pedidos, Mount Hope- -- ----
3-2657 Optica, Edificio 1105, Crist6bal--- ------ --
3-2659 Ventas al por Mayor de Viveres, Edificio 7030, Mount Hope----
3-2662 Comisariato de Rainbow City---_ __ ---__ _---
3-2664 Comisariato de Rainbow City---
3-2666 Secci6n de Entrega, Edificio 7020, Mount Hope---------
3-2677 Gerente de Almacenaje, Edificio 7030, Mount Hope----
3-2686 Fabrica de Helados y Planta Procesadora de Leche, Edificio 7018,
Mount Hope----- ------ ---------

3-2670 Comisariato de Rainbow City__________-____

s I



3-2644 Refrigeraci6n, Mount Hope --------------------- 3-1771
3-2658 Cinmara del Compresor, Edificio 7022, Mount Hope ---- __--- 3-1886
Estos cambios permitirin que el equipo sobrante de la Central Telef6nica
de Crist6bal sea utilizado en la Central Telef6nica de Balboa donde se
necesita con urgencia.
Este es un traslado provisional que precede a un proyecto de largo alcance
que contempla ]a expansion y mejoramiento del servicio telef6nico en todas
las areas del Canal de PanamA en la Zona del Canal.

En Vigor Leyes ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
la falta. Para los reincidentes, la pena
serA el double y el culpable estari
sujeto a la confiscaci6n de sus armas
de fuego, municiones, u otros instru-
mentos usados en la capture o muerte
de los animals silvestres, asi como
tambien del animal capturado o
Se recuerda a los residents de la
Zona del Canal que los reglamentos
sobre la adquisici6n del permiso de
portar armas (que no forman parte de
este decreto) permanecen inalterables.
Los interesados en obtener tal per-
miso deberin ir al Departamento de
Permiso de Armas de la Guardia
Nacional de PanamA, con el arma y
dos cartuchos, y ademsis deberAn su-
ministrar su nombre y direcci6n. El
arma es llevada entonces al Departa-
mento de Balistica del DENI para la
respective prueba, luego de lo cual
se entregarA la licencia de portar esa
arma, mediante el pago de una
estampilla de B/5.
En todos los clubes de caza o de
tiro al blanco de la Zona del Canal
se pueden conseguir copias del decre-
to sobre Protecci6n y Conservaci6n
de la Fauna Silvestre,

Nuevo Horario

Para Escuelas

De Paraiso

A partir del lunes 11 de septiembre
de 1967, habrA un cambio en el hora-
rio de las classes de las Escuelas
Primaria y Secundaria de Paraiso,
segein anuncio del Superintendente de
El nuevo horario es el siguiente:
Kindergarten de Paraiso: De 8:45 a
11:15 a.m. y de 1:00 a 3:30 p.m.
Primaria de Paraiso: De 8:15 a 11:45
a.m. y de 12:45 a 2:45 prm.
Secundaria de Paraiso: De 7:45 a
11:12 a.m. y de 12:07 a 2:30 p.m.
Los estudiantes de secundaria de
Paraiso seran transportados desde
Santa Cruz a las 7 a.m. y desde Pedro
Miguel, a las 7:20 a.m.
Los estudiantes de primaria de
Pedro Miguel serin transportados a
las 8 a.m., inmediatamente des-
pues de tender a los estudiantes de
Los horarios de classes de las demAs
escuelas latinoamericanas no han sido

Hogar no represent unicamente
ese conjunto de cosas y objetos nece-
sarios para la vida familiar: la casa,
los muebles, la comida. . .
El hogar es algo mis profundo, lo
constituyen si, todas esas cosas indis-
pensables para nuestra vida material;
pero tambien otras much mis im-
portantes, aunque menos tangibles
que las primeras: el amor, el respeto,
el deber, la justicia, los principios
morales. .
Hogar es ambient de Unidad
Familiar, ambient de carifio, refugio
acogedor y alegre para el padre; cen-
tro de la vida de la madre, en done
sus ilusiones se hacen realidades con
los hijos.
Eso es hogar, personas intimamente
ligadas por los lazos de la sangre y
del amor; personas que se necesitan
unas a otras para realizar sus ideals,
para complementarse y llegar a su
propia plenitud personal como padre
y esposo, como madre y esposa, como
hijos y hermanos.
Pero el hogar no se nos da hecho,

somos los esposos y padres quienes
lo empezamos a forjar; son nuestros
hijos los que nos ayudan a realizarlo
Esposos, padres e hijos, tratemos
de mejorar nuestro propio ambiente
familiar para obtener el hogar feliz
que todos deseamos.
Pero si nos esforzamos en mejorar
nuestro hogar, tambi6n hemos de
esforzarnos en mejorar el ambiente
general en que nuestras families se
desenvuelven. iFomentemos las lec-
turas constructivas, exijamos diversio-
nes y especticulos que sean a la vez
que pasatiempo, medio para elevar el
nivel moral, intellectual y cultural de
cada miembro de la familiar!
La sociedad actual reclama de
todos los padres de familiar su deci-
dido convencimiento y apoyo para
lograr el mejoramiento y unidad fami-
liar de cada uno de nuestros hogares.
Septiembre sera el primer mes de
la familiar latinoamericana.
iSin Familia, no hay Patria!


(Viene de la pdgina 3)

Anselmo Vald6s, Aseador, Divisi6n de
Dragas, a Aseador. Hospital Gorgas.
Coronel Lawrence M. Jackson, Jr., Jefe
de Servicios Profesionales, Hospital
Gorgas, a Director del Hospital Gorgas.
Hospital de Coco Solo
Domingo Berroa, Aseador, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales, a Mozo de Oficios
Pesados, Servicio de Comidas.
Patricia R. Walker, Enfermera a Enfernmera
Lia E. Hull, Oficinista Mecan6grafa, Divi-
si6n de Escuelas, a Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa, Hospital de Coco Solo.
R. Antonio Suescum, M6dico Residente,
3er. Afo, Hospital Gorgas, a M6dico
(Medicina General Interna), Hospital
de Coco Solo.
Hospital de Corozal
Reginald G. Sterling, Despensero a Capataz
Gerardo Diaz, Alfredo Thomas, Mozo de
Oficio, Servicio de Comidas, a Mozo de
Oficios Pesados, Servicio de Comidas.
Division de Terminales
Carlos A. McDonald, Marinero, Divisi6n
de Dragas, a Estibador.
Nicolals L. Aribo, Pasacables a Estibador.
Nory Lau, Oficinista Mecan6grafa (Apren-
diz de Esten6grafa) a Oficinista Esten6-
Eric S. Charles, Ayudante Aparejador,
Division Industrial, a Despachador Su-
balterno de Combustibles Liquidos
Carlos A. Bernard, Estibador a Despacha-
dor Subalterno de Combustibles Liqui-
dos (Muelles).
Alfred L. Curtis, Marcador de Carga a
Aurelio Villalaz, Estibador a Operario de
Egbert L. Joseph, Marcador de Carga a
Bolivar Ja6n S., Estibador a Guardia.
Hector Sheppard M., Marcador de Carga
a Verificador.
Doreen Ho, Oficinista Mecan6grafa a Ofici-
nista de Carga.
Division de Ferrocarril
Keith E. Green, Aprendiz (Vagonero, Acero
y Madera), 49 Afio, a Vagonero (Acero
y Madera).
Randall P. James, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio
de Comidas, Divisi6n de Abastos, a
Ayudante General.
Enrique P. Van Kwartel, Oficinista a Sub-
jefe Oficinista.
Division de Transporte a Motor
Ernesto V. Meneses G., Aprendiz (Meca-
nico Tornero Automotor), 29 Afio, Per-
sonal de Adiestramiento Industrial, a
Aprendiz (MecAnico Tornero Automo-
tor), 29 Afio.
Asthan E. Edwards, Limpiador de Partes
y Equipo a Conductor de Cami6n.
James W. Windham, Ayudante de Inven-
tarios (Piezas de Autom6viles).
Division de Escuelas
Julette N. Carrington, Maestra (Escuelas
Primarias Latinoanericanas), Clase 15
(9 meses de Trabajo), a Maestra Direc-
tora (Escuelas Primarias Latinoamerica-
nas), Clase 11 (10 meses de trabajo al
Sheila D. Wilkinson, Arsenia P. Rhoden,
Oficinista Mecan6grafa (Aprendiz de
Esten6grafa) a Oficinista Mecan6grafa.
Division de Policia
Alvin G. Barret, Conductor de Cami6n,
Divisi6n de Transporte a Motor, a Guar-
dia de Detenci6n.
Division de Correos
James E. Harrel, Jefe de Relevo, Correo
de Balboa, a Superintendente, Unidad de
Manejo de Correos.
William A. Alonis, Jefe de Relevo, Correo
de Crist6bal, a Ayudante del Superin-
tendente Capataz, Divisi6n de Correos.
Richard C. Hogan, Ayudante del Superin-
tendente Capataz, Divisi6n de Correos,
a Superintendent Capataz, Divisi6n de

ci6n de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Di-
visi6n de Ingenieria.
Albert Smith, Oficinista de Abastos, Direc-
ci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales,
Division de Abastos.
Elsie H. Smith, Ayudante de Abastos Gene-
rales, Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Graciela del C. Rivera, Tecn6loga MNdica,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital
Elizabeth Moise, Auxiliar M6dico (Abastos
Esterilizados), Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Hospital de Coco Solo.
Rub6n T. Nurse M., Oficinista de Abastos,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital de
Betty Fetherston, Enfermera (Clinica), Di-
recci6n de Salubridad, Divisi6n de Medi-
cina Preventiva N Cuarentena.
James A. Ellis, Guardia, Direcci6n de
Transporte y Terminales, Divisi6n de
Alvin C. McFarlane, Guardia, Direcci6n de
Transporte y Tennrminales, Divisi6n de
Eugenio Calame, Dorothy E. Brooks v
Margaret 0. Spiros, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles,
Divisi6n de Escuelas.
Patricia K. Seaman, Oficinista Esten6gra-
fa, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Divi-
sion de Policia.
Marjorie P. Peake, Ayudante Oficinista, Di-
recci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de
Patrick W. Hyman, Principiante (Ayudante
Operario de Granalla Subacuitica), Di-
visi6n de Dragas.
Felipe Alonso, Mozo de Oficios (Hospital),
Hospital Gorgas.
David F. Mead, Elizabeth M. Constanzo,
T6cnicos en Administraci6n, Divisidn de
Servicios Administrativos.
Patricia R. Nellis, Oficinista Esten6grafa,
Division de Servicios Administrativos.
Cyril E. Lewis, Principiante (Estibador),
Direcci6n de Transporte y Terminales,
Division de Terminales.
Jerome A. Yearwood, Lester S. Chase y
William Lawrence, Guardias de Deten-
ci6n, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles,
Division de Policia.

El Gobernador Presidio...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Arthur L. Frazer, Estibador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector Pacifico:
35 afios, 4 meses, 7 dias.
Wilford G. Gardner, Pintor, Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento, sector AtlAntico:
32 afios, 7 meses, 27 dias.
Burton J. Hackett, Jr., Capataz Gene-
ral (Predios), Divisi6n de Servicios
Comunales, sector Pacifico: 36 afios,
4 meses, 15 dias.
Vivian V. Pinto, Capataz Cocinero,
Hospital de Corozal: 25 afios,
5 meses, 21 dias.
Francisco Russo, Pasabarcos, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, sector Paci-
fico: 23 afios, 8 mneses, 23 dias.
Cecil A. Vernon, Operario de Monta-
cargas de Trinche, Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento, sector Atlhnticn-
28 afios, 3 meses, 9 dias.
Luis A. Villalba, Trabajador en Ce-
mento o Asfalto, Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento, sector Atlintico:
27 afios, 7 meses, 12 dias.
Sra. Anne T. Walther, Enfermera de
Clinica, Hospital Gorgas: 9 afios,
3 meses, 27 dias.
Dos empleados mAs se jubilan en
septiembre y octubre, respectiva-
mente, pero dejarin el Istmo antes,
por lo cual recibieron sus certificados
de jubilaci6n en la ceremonia de
agosto. Son ellos:
Cliff Sanders, Inspector de Vagone-

Division de Aduanas ros (Madera y Acero), Division de
Joseph F.' Dolan, Inspector para Repre- Ferrocarril, sector Pacifico: 34 afios,
si6n del Contrabando a Inspector de 1 mes, 21 dias.
Robert L6pez, Agente de Aduanas a Ins- Fred A Dube, Ortopedista, Hospital
pector para Represi6n del Contrabando. Corgas: 31 afios, 4 meses, 9 dias.
Antonio E. Richards, Obrero, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales, a Mozo de Oficio.
oTros Nuevas Atracciones...
Thomas J. Ebdon, Jr., Subiefe Ingeniero
General (Superintendente, Ramo Paci-
fico), Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de (Viene de la pdgina 1)
Ri us Das nielsen, Subje.e ngeniro muchas actividades de los Shriners en
General (Superintendente, Ramo AtlAn- la Zona del Canal.
tico), Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de La Fuerza Aerea de los Estados
Billy M. Lohr, Ingeniero General, Direc- Unidos presentari su banda USAFSO,
ci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Esclusas. recientemente llegada de una gira por
Leland D. Snider, Ayudante Arqueador,
Direcci6n de Marna, Divisi6n de Nave- Sur America. La banda ofreceri con-
gaci6n. ciertos y proporcionarA la mfsica de
Darell K. Seymour, Ayudante Arqueador. baile ara los toldos que se an
Direccidn de Marina, Divisi6n de Nave- bae pa los toldos que se han
gaci6n. instalado en los terrenos de la feria.
Joseph C. Kelley, Ayudante Controlador A
de TrAfico Maritimo, Direcci6n de Mari- La Armada de los Estados Unidos
na, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n. tendrA un pabell6n donde se exhibira
Joseph S. Ferrel, Controlador de TrAfico una secuencia de di itivas de 20
Maritime, Direcci6n de Marina, Divi- una scuencia de diapositivas de 20
si6n de Navegaci6n. minutes y el modelo seccional de un
William J. Joyce, Duane A. Rigby, Seve- moderno submarine de proyectiles
rino La Fuente, y Gerald B. Williams, ae'i ia
Contadores de Sistemas, Contraloria, balisticos, ademAs de varias fotogra-
Divisi6n de Sistemas. fias de la Armada de los Estados
Andr J. Louis, Pauline L. Blais, y Louise Unidos en accin. La secuencia de
R. Hunt, Tlcnicos de Contabilidad, Con-
traloria, Contaduria. diapositivas, titulada "Horizontes Sin
Carolyn L. Holgerson, Especialista en Cla- Fin", describe la historic y los actuales
sificaci6n de Carga, Contraloria, Gastos
Generales del Canal. esfuerzos de la oceanografia y sus
James H. Apollo, T6cnico de Sistemas de efectos en la economic mundial. La
Computadora Electrdnica, Contraloria,
Division de Elaboracin de Datos. ianave de desembarco de tanques
Ruth A. Torres, Proyectista de Sistemas de U.S.S. Middlesex County, al mando
Computadora Electr6nica, Contraloria, del Teniente de Navia M. R.
Division de Elaboraci6n de Datos. niente vio M. .
Norman W. Campbell, Principiante (Ayu- Pichel, de la Armada de Estados
dante Mecninico de IRefrigeraci6n y Unidos,, transportara la mayor part
Acondicionamiento de Aire), Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n del equipo pesado y Imaterialcs,
de Mantenimiento. vehiculos y personal al lugar de la
Frank D. Lashley, Richard H. Nelson, Ir
Robert W. Pate y Horace R. Worrell, feria.
Operarios de Telhfonos, Direcci6n de La ceremonia de inauguraci6n sera
Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de a las 10 a.m. del viernes 15 dc sep-
Pedro M. Janowitz, Ingenicro Elbctrico tiembre y se espera que a ella asistan
(Utilizaci6n), Direcci6n de lngenieria y los ms altos funcionarios de PanamA
Construcci6n, Divisi6n de Electricidad los i os uni os
Antonio Raven, Ingeniero Electrico, Direc- y de los Estados Unidos.

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