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Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
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Canal Zone
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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).
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Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
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Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
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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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Full Text

THE PANAMA CANAL Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

Vol. VI, No. 50 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, May 31, 1968



Plan Trips

As the school year ends, a number
of students and teachers are receiving
notification of acceptance for summer
institutes and workshops. Others are
preparing to carry out carefully made
plans for exciting trips to other parts
of the world.
Among students who have been
chosen to attend summer institutes
and workshops are Darcy Porter, Gail
Goodrich, J. Terry Andre, James
Latimer, Marcia Collins, Jos6 A. San-
tiago, Mike Senzer, Frank Rudolf,
and Gordon Graham.
Mike Senzer will be living and
studying at Oxford University in
England while he takes part in the
Summer Study Program of the Amer-
ican Institute for Foreign Study. He
will visit Stonehenge and Stratford-
on-Avon and tour parts of England
and France before returning to New
Frank Rudolf received a number
of acceptance among which were
offers from Northern Arizona Uni-
versity, Inter American University of
Puerto Rico, and the University of
Kansas. Frank elected to accept the
scholarship from St. Olaf College in
Minnesota where he will study
James Latimer was also accepted
by a number of schools, but his
choice is the Colorado School of
Mines at Golden, Colo. He will study
electronics and radioisotopes.
Gordon Graham will attend La
Salle College in Philadelphia on a
Summer Science training program to
study biology with Dr. Thomas
Darcy Porter, honored by being
accepted by a number of different
institutions, will study science and
mathematics at Michigan State in
East Lansing.
Gail Goodrich will enroll at South-
ern Methodist University and J. Terry
Andre at St. Olaf's at Northfield,
Minn. Marcia Collins will attend the
University of Denver to take part in
the summer drama session. Jos6 San-
tiago will participate in the National
Science Foundation Program at
Columbia University.
Teachers are also making plans to
take part in summer study. Lester
Hutchinson is attending the summer
institute in math at Tulane Univer-
sity. Wesley Bondurant has been
granted a sabbatical leave to work
on his doctor of philosophy in sec-
ondary school administration and
counseling at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Miss Maudene Keen, World His-
tory teacher, has accepted a scholar-
ship award and will participate in
the Chile Summer Institute for Social
Studies Teachers. Twenty secondary
teachers of social studies and college
instructors were selected for this
The program is developed to pro-
vide an opportunity for participants
to make comparisons between Chile
and other countries visited. The in-
structional program covers the geog-
raphy, government, and history of
Chile as well as literature, theater,
art, and music. The faculty for the
institute includes Latin American
experts from the University of Cal-
ifornia, Los Angeles, the University
of Chile and the United States and
Chilean Government officials.
The program is to be conducted
(Continued on p. 4)

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Those lovely, lazy days of summer are just starting for of the Administration Building in Balboa. Cheryl was just
Cheryl and Lisa DeMoss and their pal Snoopey, who passed to fifth grade and Lisa to second. Both attend
spend the first day of summer vacation on the front steps Balboa Elementary School, which is in the background.

Summer Music Program

To Enrich Vacations

Schoolbooks were tossed aside
last week with a sigh of relief and
what were probably well-deserved
"teachers' dirty looks" forgotten until
next year.
After a few weeks of freedom, a
reaction is sure to set in and the
familiar plaint, "What'll we do now,
Mom?" will be heard.
Ah, Mom, there is a solution and
a happy one. The Summer Music
Program of the Canal Zone Division
of Schools will open June 10 in the
Music Shack on Diablo Heights. Last
year more than 300 youngsters took
tentative swipes at dummy drum
heads; ear-splitting blasts were heard
from all sorts of brass instruments and
as for horsehair drawn over steel
strings of various sizes and shapes of
stringed instruments, 'nuf said.
However, after a few weeks, em-
bryonic musical sounds were heard
that grew into orchestral fun for all

"Y" Schedules

Discussions on

The Cristobal Armed Services
YMCA has scheduled a program con-
cerning retirement opportunities in
Florida for Panama Canal and mili-
tary personnel, due to open Monday,
June 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the second
floor Servicemen's Lounge at the
Cristobal "Y".
Mrs. Marjorie Brown and Jes'is
Dovo will present a program of dis-
cussion, films, slides, recordings, and
filmstrips. Retirement communities
at Spring Hill, Marco Island, and
Deltona, Fla., will be shown and sub-
jects to be discussed will include
controlled size, coordinated growth
plans, public utilities and services,
recreational facilities, and home-
owners' and homesite owners' infor-
The public is invited. There is no
Charles Payne, program director
at the Cristobal YMCA, telephones
3-2163 or 3-2164, may be contacted
for further information.

concerned, students and teachers
alike, in spite of the shock to the
nervous systems of parents and
This season, the music program is
wider in scope, according to Dr.
Victor Herr, supervisor of music in
the Canal Zone Schools Division.
"Instruction in musical instruments
for intermediate and advanced, as
well as the beginner, is scheduled
for this year," Doctor Herr said. "In
answer to popular request, too, an
exploratory course in beginning piano
has been arranged," he stated.
A highlight of the program for
1968 will be introduction of a musical
leadership class for grades 3 through
6. Others will be admitted with per-
mission of the instructor.
"Curriculum of the course will in-
clude learning to play and tune the
autoharp, sing and lead songs and
learn performance skills on other
classroom instruments," Doctor Herr
pointed out.
He declared the purpose of this
particular facet of the program is to
teach selected students to be student
leaders in music. Therefore, students
enrolling in this course must have the
recommendation of their teacher.
Another often requested program
in Zone schools in preparatory knowl-
edge for students planning a "music
major" in college. Fundamentals of
the structure of music will include
scales, harmony rhythm, melody, etc.
"Ear training also will be an im-
portant aspect of this course," Doctor
Herr said.
Introduction to musical instru-
ments for third grade children and
older will be a beginning course for
those interested in learning to play
any standard band or orchestra in-
strument. Choice of these are flute,
clarinet, alto saxophone, alto horn,
trumpet and cornet, baritone horn,
sousaphone, trombone, drums, violin,
violincello, viola, or bass.
These instruments are available in
limited numbers. They may be used
for a training period of 2 semesters,
or one summer program, and 1
semester. Following this period of
exploration as to whether the student
(Continued on p. 4)

Coco Solo Station

To Change Hours
Starting June 3, the following hours
will go into effect at the Coco Solo
Gasoline Station and Auto Supply
Section: Monday through Friday, 10
a.m. through 5:30 p.m.; Saturday,
8:30 a.m. through 4 p.m.
The Atlantic side Motor Trans-
portation Division Service Station
hours that go into effect June 3 are:
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.
through 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m.
through 4 p.m.
The Coco Solo Civic Council
approved the hours that go into effect
June 3, and the hours for the Motor
Transportation Division Service Sta-
tion were concurred in by the
superintendent of that Division.

Pacific Chapter, DeMolay, will
entertain at a spaghetti dinner at the
Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa, June 1
from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
John Everson, chapter Advisor,
heads the committee in charge of


Set New

Alltime yearly traffic records were
broken by the Panama Canal this
week as the total number of ocean-
going ships passed the 12-month
record of 13,385 set at the end of
fiscal year 1967.
By Sunday, May 26, the total num-
ber of oceangoing commercial, Gov-
ernment-owned and free ships using
the Canal came to a total of 13,327.
With traffic averaging more than 40
ships a day, the record for the past
fiscal year was broken on Wednesday,
May 29.
The daily average up to May 26
this year was 40.3 ships as compared
to the record 36.7 set during fiscal
year 1967. Predictions are that the
heavy traffic will continue.
Commercial cargo carried through
the Canal on merchant ships during
the first 10 months of this fiscal year
totaled 79,192,535 long tons com-
pared to 70,574,203 long tons during
the first 10 months of fiscal year 1967.



Chief Named,
Dr. Ernst K. W. Kredel, who for
the past few years has been Director
of Public Health for the city of
Tacoma, Wash., and Pierce County,
is to arrive in the Canal Zone June 16
to take over his new duties as Chief
of the Division of Preventive Med-
icine in the Canal Zone Health
He succeeds Dr. Sidney B. Clark,
who left the Isthmus in February to
accept an appointment in the foreign
service of the Agency for Interna-
tional Development (AID) as Chief
Public Health Officer for the Mission
in South Korea.
Dr. Kredel, a naturalized U.S. cit-
izen, was born in Julich, Germany,
and received his medical degree from
the University of Muenster, West
Germany. He spent his internship and
(Continued on p. 4)

R ^*Wfy 9

Gov. W. P. Leber slices the cake after 47 members of the Supply and
Community Service Bureau were honored at an incentive awards ceremony
in the Balboa Theater. With the Governor are Divisional Employees of the
Year, left to right: Gerald O. Thorne, Supply Division; Leonardo Penny-
cook, Community Services Division; and Ruben H. Blanchett, Division
of Storehouses.



May 31, 1968

Acceptance of a contribution of a set of reference books given to the Crist
High School Library is made by Allen Griffen, school librarian. They
presented by Mrs. Beverly Baker, left, president of the Coco Solo
Council, and Mrs. Samuel F. Mason III, center, president of the Carib
College Club. The books were a gift of the Henry Heppenheimer Fa
Memorial Fund.

Reference Books

Presented to CHS

A set of reference books has been
presented the Cristobal High School
Library as a gift of the Henry
I eppenheimer Family Memorial
Mrs. Beverly Baker, president of
the Coco Solo Civic Council, and
Mrs. Samuel F. Mason III, president
of the Caribbean College Club, made
the presentation to Allen Griffen,
school librarian, in behalf of the
many organizations and individuals
who had been instrumental in estab-
lishing the fund in memory of the
late Henry Heppenheimer, his wife,
Betty, and son Alex, who were
killed in an automobile accident in
August 1966 while on vacation in
the United States.
"In keeping with the Heppen-
heimers' deep interest in higher edu-
cation and the achievement of young
people, the new Heppenheimer Col-
lection is a tribute to those ideals,"

Cristobal "Y"

Will Present

Drug Program

The Cristobal Armed Services
YMCA will present a public interest
program on "Drugs In The Canal
Zone" on Monday, June 10, at 7:30
p.m. in the second floor Service-
men's Lounge, at the Cristobal
YMCA on Bolivar Avenue.
Dr. B. K. Levin, quarantine offi-
cer for the Atlantic area, will con-
duct a program of films, recordings,
and displays and will lead a dis-
cussion on the use, identification,
dangers, and illegality of contraband
drugs in the Canal Zone area.
The public is invited to attend.
There is no admission charge.

official pul)lication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained in it are
made available to all interested news
media tor 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 SI.I.wLAYA should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
)istriluted 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.

said Mrs. Baker. She mentioned,
the contributions of individuals,
Caribbean College Club and
Coco Solo Civic Council, all of w
made possible the establishment
a memorial.
The reference set presented
tobal High School Library con
of the "Reader's Handbook,'
2-volume work; "Acronisms
Initialism Dictionary," "Encycl
dia of Anecdotes in Literature
Fine Arts," "Heroes and Heroine
Fiction," a 2-volume work; "Boo
Days" in 2 volumes; "Dictionar
English Literature" and "Dictior
of Battles."
The late Henry Heppenheimer
an employee of the Panama Car
Industrial Division and active in (
work. He was president of the C
Solo Civic Council and treasure
the CLU-MTC at the time of
death. Mrs. Heppenheimer, who
was active in community affairs,
a member of the Coco Solo C
Council and the Caribbean Col
The family had been traveling;
meet one of the sons, Thomas,
was at school in the States. Tho
now is a postgraduate student
the University of Michigan, wl
he will receive his doctor of
losophy degree. He and his
brother, Alex, brilliant stude
gained high academic standing du
their school careers.

CZC Lists

Its Summer


Canal Zone College has announced
the courses of instruction offered
during the summer session and the
calendar of key dates for the session.
Registration is scheduled for 1:30
to 8 p.m. June 3-14, with classes to
begin June 17. Final examinations
will he held August 9 and 10 and
final grades are due in the college
office August 13. In addition to the
regular college level course, some
precollege classes will be offered to
allow high school graduates entering
the college on a conditional basis to
complete requirements during the
,.. summer term and to enroll in the
tobal college level classes in the fall
were semester.
Civic Students who have not previously
family attended the college must request a
copy of their high school transcript
or their college transcript for admis-
sion to the college. Students now
attending another college should
have a letter sent to the Summer
School Director authorizing their
attendance in the summer session for
transfer credit.
too, Tuition is $15 per credit hour for
the non-sponsored students and $7 per
the credit for sponsored students, all bona
which fide residents of the Canal Zone and
it of U.S.-citizen employees of any agency
of the U.S. Government, or their
Cris- dependents, who live in the Republic
s.... of Panama.

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Golf Lessons

Are Offered at

Summit Club
The Summit Golf and Country
Club will sponsor a series of free
lessons during the summer vacation
months for the sons and daughters
of members.
This program will be under the
supervision of Jerry Risberg and
Mike Chadwick, both of whom have
received golf scholarships by U.S.
universities. One or both of them will
be on hand at 1 p.m., Wednesday
and Friday of each week starting
June 5.
The purpose of the summer series
is to develop teenage boys and girls
into better than average golfers.
Parents who do not belong to the
Summit Country Club may join for
a family membership fee of $7
monthly. Members of the Armed
Forces are also invited to join. There
is a special monthly membership
fee of $5 for enlisted men and their

Dangers of LSD

Shown in Movie

A film in color and sound, pointing
up the dangers of LSD through a
dissertation by a U.S. Navy physician
who tells of actual cases of long-
term psychotic after-effects, is sched-
uled to be shown at the Paraiso
Theater tonight and will be shown
on the Southern Command Network
and in Canal Zone Atlantic side
theaters the first week in June. The
film showing is free of charge and
the public is invited to attend.
The showing of the LSD film at
the Paraiso Theater tonight at 7 p.m.
is supported by the Latin American
Civic Councils and the Parent-
Teacher Association, with full com-
munity support.
On the Atlantic side of the Isth-
mus, the LSD film will be shown at
the Margarita Theater on June 4 at
4:30 p.m. and at the Rainbow City
Theater on June 5 at 7 p.m.
Following the film showing at the
theaters, a question and answer
period is conducted by Dr. Renata
de Arboleda, Director of Corozal
Hospital, Dr. Victor Slater, Chief of
the Panama Canal's Mental Health
Division, and Dr. Mary Graham,
Acting Chief of the Canal's Division
of Preventive Medicine. The panel

also discusses the problem of the
use of drugs.
The LSD film showing on South-
ern Command Network Channels 8
and 10 on Monday, June 3, at 8:05
p.m. will be followed by a question
and answer period in which Balboa
High School students will query a
panel of doctors on the subject of
LSD and use of drugs. The panel
members will be Dr. Renata de
Arboleda, Dr. Dennis Weldon, and
Dr. Mary Graham. Balboa High stu-
dent participants in the discussion
will be Duncan B. Laird, Margaret
Baker, and Ken Burchfiel.

Balboa "Y" To Have

Junior Judo Class

The Balboa Armed Services YMCA
is now accepting enrollments for a
new Junior Judo Class for boys and
girls, 13-17 years of age.
The class will start June 6 and
will meet in the Balboa "Y" gym
every Tuesday and Thursday after-
noon from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Because
enrollment is limited, those interested
are asked to sign up as soon as
possible. Cost of the course is $6.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
June 1, 1968

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15 p.m.-The War
Wagon (AY-very good, C-mature.)
Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:25 p.m.-Mon., 7:30
p.m.-The Long Duel (AY)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-The Flim Flam
Man (AY)
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Marriage On The
Rocks (ADULT)
Fri., 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-Roman Holiday
Sat., 6:30 p.m.-Any Wednesday
Sat., 9:00 p.m.-Rosie (ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-85 mins.)
-Abbott And Costello In The Foreign
Legion (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Cosa Nostra (AY)
Tues.-Cry Of Battle (ADULT)
Wed.-Alvarez Kelly (ADULT)
Thurs.-The Young At Heart (AYC)
Fri.-The Texican (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Young
Fury (AY)

Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Heroes Of Telemark
Sun.-A Man Called Dagger (ADULT)
Tues.-Alvarez Kelly (ADULT)
Wed.-Cosa Nostra (AY)
Fri.-The Young At Heart (AYC)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Billion Dollar Brain (AY-entertaining,
Mon.-The Breaking Point (ADULT)
Tues.-Th' Viscount (ADULT)

These Los Rios kindergarten youngsters do not believe in all came down the playground slide together. It created
the old adage that there is plenty of room at the top. a junior sized traffic jam.
As a final fling in honor of the last day of school, they

Wed.-Stop Train 349 (AY)
Thurs.-Waco (AY)
Fri.-Zebra In The Kitchen (AYC)

Sat.-Fearless Vampire Killers (ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-98 mins.)
-Town Tamer (AY)
Sun.-Mon.-Bonnie And Clyde (ADULT)
Tues.-Any Wednesday (ADULT)
Wed.-Soldier In The Rain (ADULT)
Thurs.-Heroes Of Telemark (AY)
Fri.-Cheyenne Autumn (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Crack
In The World (AY)

Sat.-Chuka (ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-102
mins.)-Lad, A Dog (AYC)
Sun.-Deadly Affair (ADULT)
Tues.-Soldier In The Rain (ADULT)
Thurs.-Any Wednesday (ADULT)
Fri.--Heroes Of Telemark (AY)

Special Matinees
-All Films AYC or as Listed ***-

Saturday, June 1, 1968

10:00 a.m.
23 Paces To Baker Street-Van Johnson,
Vera Miles: A detective mystery case of
a blind playwright who overhears a kid-
napping plot in a London pub and
becomes involved in a hunt for a
notorious London gang. (R.) (SIT.)
(Color.) AY. T-109 mins.

2:00 p.m.
Prince Valiant-James Mason, Janet Leigh,
Robert Wagner: Excitingly recreated
from the world-famous serial for the
screen. (R.) (Technicolor.) T-106 mins.

6:15 p.m.
Mellale's Navy Joins The Air Force-Joe
Flynn, Tim Conway: McHale's crew is
in action again in this sky-high-larious
comedy on a South Pacific Island. (R.)
(Color.) T-98 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
Black Invaders-The swashbuckling tale of
pirates who won love and fabulous
treasures with the sweep of a blazing
sword. (SIT.) (R.) (Color.) T-105 mins.

2:00 p.m.
Room For One More-Cary Grant, Betsy
Drake: Story about a happily married
,-ouple's experiences in raising a family.
(SIT.) (R.) T-10,1 mins.

2:00 p.m.
Mary, Mary-Debbie Reynolds, Barry Nel-
son: Amusing pictirization of the stage
hit of a divorced couple. (SIT.) (It.)
(Color.) AY. T-133 rins.

OAll 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.
I-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Page 2

May 31, 1968


C.Z. Posters

Win Prizes

In Contest
One second prize, one third prize,
and four honorable mentions were
captured by seven Balboa Elemen-
tary School students in the American
Humane Association's 1968 "Animals
in Art" international poster contest.
The seven budding artists, all stu-
dents of Mrs. Wanda Jenkins, Balboa
Elementary School art and science
teacher, were in Group II which
takes in students from grades 4 to 6.
Top local prize of second place
was taken by Rhonda Herrera, 10-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Reyes C. Herrera. Third prize went
to Susan Dieli, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel P. Dieli.
Honorable mentions were received
by: Rita Smith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul L. Smith; Nadja Van
Hoose, daughter of Mrs. Camille J.
Van Hoose; Lisa Hillier, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hillier;
Terril Goudie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul L. Goudie; and Charles Wilson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clifton
The annual contest, sponsored by
AHA and many of its affiliated
humane organizations, is open to all
first through 12th grade students any-
where in the world. This year more
than 8,000 posters were submitted
for judgment in Denver, Colo.
The purpose of the competition is
to promote interest among students
in the care and protection of animals.
The posters are judged on quality
of the art work for the grade level
and age of the child; originality of
the design and appropriateness and
message of the slogan.

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-Sunday Playhouse:
"The Quiet Man"
4:25-Pro Bowlers Tour
5:35-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
6: 00-Chronicle
6:40-College Bowl
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Ed Sullivan Show
9:00-Canadian Travel Film
9:15-"The Long Childhood of
Timmy" (Special)
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart

4:15-"My Little Margie"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Montana Mike"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:30-Roy Acuff's Open House
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Danny Thomas Show
7:30-Happening '68
8:00-SCN News
8:05-LSD: What Is It? (Live
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Two Flags West"
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-"Cavalcade of America"

5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Montana Mike"
5:30-Land of the Free
6:30-River Patrol
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Jerry Lewis Show
(Last Show)
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Hollywood Palace
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Invaders From Mars"
10:15-To Be Announced
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Files of Jeffrey Jones

5:00-SCN Afternoon News

5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Montana Mike"
5:30-A Quest for Certainty
6:30-Vietnam Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Bell Telephone Hour"
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Mike Douglas Show
10:20-To Be Announced
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Dennis Day
4:15-"Dennis Day" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Montana Mike"
6:30-Bob Cummings Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Joey Bishop Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater: (Cont.)
"Montana Mike"
10:40-Focus on Today
11:00-"Coronado 9"
4:15-"Coronado 9"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Montana Mike"
5:30-Flying Fisherman
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Jonathan Winters Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-"The Diary of Anne Frank"
10:50-Focus on Today
11:10-"My Little Margie"
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
2:00-Parade of Sports
4:15-Wrestling From Hollywood
5:10-American Sportsman
6:25-Movie Marquee Weekend '68
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"Franchise Affair"
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Lawrence Welk Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Four-Star Anthology
9:35-Operation Entertainment
Mental of Honor
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Late Movie:
"Rip Roaring Riley"




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Poster contest winners. Nadja Van Hoose, Charles
Wilson, Rhonda Herrera, Terril Goudie, and Rita Smith.

Red Cross to Stage

Shop Early

Christmas is coming early to the
American Red Cross again in 1968.
For the third successive year, its
chapters will stage a "Shop Early"
program to provide Christmas gift
bags for all U.S. servicemen and
women stationed in South Vietnam
during the holiday season.
Last year, more than 610,000 gift
bags filled with small comfort and
recreational articles were sent to the
Asian country for distribution to
personnel there.

Two others, Susan Dieli, a third prize winner and Lisa
Hillier, honorable mention, were unable to be present.



Remember Bill Bailey?
Well in case you don't-he is the
Balboa Marine Traffic Controller
who pulled anchor on his auxiliary
sailboat Contigo in February and
set sail for San Diego, Calif.
This week, word was received by
his mother Mrs. Ellen Johnson of
Diablo that he had arrived safe and
sound in San Diego. The trip up was
made without incident although he
experienced some heavy weather off
Lower California.
He also visited ports in Costa Rica
and Mexico and from Acapulco, took
time out for a flying trip to Mexico
The good ship Contigo is now
tied up at the Mission Bay Yacht
Club in San Diego and Bill has pro-
ceeded to carry out step two of his
long range plans-which is to attend
the Electronic Technical Institute.
He will continue to live aboard the
Contigo as he did when it was
moored at the Pedro Miguel Boat

The Soul Foundation will play for
the dancing crowd at the Balboa
Teen Club tonight from 7:30 to
11:30 p.m. Dress is sportswear.
Members are admitted free, while
non-members pay a nominal fee.

r- 4e
Jo_ -

John I. Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Bums, former residents of
Margarita, was graduated May 12
from Sul Ross State College, Alpine,
Tex., with a degree in biology. He
recently joined the U.S. Navy reserve
and after spending this summer as
a teacher and counselor at a ranch in
Texas, will go on active duty. Young
Burns is a graduate of Cristobal High
School and attended Canal Zone Col-
lege. His father, employed as a tug-
boat engineer in the Navigation Divi-
sion in Cristobal for many years,
retired 2 years ago.


One of the many thank you letters
received by the Canal Zone Chapter
stated, "We realized when we re-
ceived these gifts that people at
home are still behind us and are
backing the cause that we are here
for. Upon receiving these gifts we
all started walking a little prouder
and holding our heads a little higher."
Another-"I don't really know how
to express my thanks . But one
thing I do know, it shows me that
there are some people who think of
us over here. At first I thought we
were alone in this country, but now
I know differently."
Numerous women's, patriotic, and
business organizations cooperated
with the local chapter in making and
filling "ditty bags" last year. A similar
plan will be followed this year.
The bags will be made of green
cotton material sturdy enough to
withstand the tropical heat of Viet-
nam and remain serviceable for their
owners' personal effects after the gift
items are used. They will be sewn by
Red Cross volunteers and cooperat-
ing groups; then filled with such
items as: writing paper, address
books, mailing size voice tapes,
pocket games, plastic cigarette cases,
wash cloths, small calendars, etc.
A holiday greeting card will be
placed in each bag identifying the
Red Cross chapter and the cooperat-
ing agency.
Red Cross officials said the "Shop
Early" program is intended to be a
tangible way for Americans to say
"We care about our troops in Viet-

Kaydet Judo

To Begin at

Balboa YMCA

A Kaydet summer time Judo pro-
gram for youngsters in the 8-12 age
group will start June 3 at the Balboa
Armed Services YMCA on Amador
Road. Classes will be held every
Monday at 4:30 p.m. and Saturday
at 1 p.m.
This limited enrollment class is
scheduled to take the beginners
through all the phases of falling and
the primary throws, and it is possible
for a youngster to advance through
the different belts and degrees. Cost
for the first 10 lessons is $6, and 50
cents per lesson thereafter. Those
interested are asked to contact the
YMCA program director, Capers


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No I

L..- - -- - ---- -1
Dick Brogie and his committee
certainly did a fine job on the pro-
gram of Memorial Day observances
yesterday . Fred Wells and Bea
Lee working hard at getting all those
travelers Stateside . Al Hendricks
getting the material he needs for
reports on the first floor . Sy Cal-
lender keeping the fellas in stitches
with his jokes during coffee breaks
.. Kay Wallace and Bitsy Frensley
chatting over coffee and doughnuts
... Did Bob Coffey really get another
bouquet of roses last week?? . .
Did you notice that they're re-
moving all those tie-rings on the Ad-
ministration Building outside walls
which were used to tether horses in
the old days?? . Bruno Emanuele
and Jerry Ransom making sure the
car you take off the ship at Cristobal
piers is your own . Joe Corrigan
even makes out forms for customers
at the Customs office in Cristobal
(Thanks, Joe!) . John Stabler
walking the Margarita beat and
checking the overtime parkers . .
gift that isn't dear never means as
much as a small gift that's highly
Col. Jim Betts has one of those
gag lapel buttons that says, of all
things-"Save water-shower with a
friend" . (For next dry season??)
. Bill De La Mater handling
Protocol matters while Mike Corc6
is on leave . Capt. Fred Weade
and Capt. Howard "Bucky" Beuhler
talking "Pilot Talk" at the Balboa
Post Office . Incidentally, if you
don't believe "10-4" is Police Talk,
ask John Boromeo . Don't tell
anyone, but Flossie Rosenblatt has
a new car . And some people
thought Henry Makibbin was a statue
since they see him standing in the
Ancon Park in front of Personnel
every morning ...
In last week's column, we were
told we misspelled a Pilot's name-
Capt. Frank Kerley is correct. Ker-
ley curled our curlies until we ex-
plained that we never make miss-
teakslll . Have you seen the new
girl geologist-Wowl (Ma, dust off
my jungle boots!) . Julieta Arose-
mena is known as "Smiley" to her
buddies . "Our Man In The In
Crowd" tells us the Hippies in San
Francisco have discovered a new way
to be different-they wear 3-button
suits and Ivy League haircuts . .
Would you believe that one of the
airplanes that left Tocumen last
Saturday was carrying over 100
I passengers-all PanCanal employees
and their families??? (Look out,
Miami!) ...
And how about the Balboa Heights
Post Office Crew of Bill Merwin,
Chief Stamp Dispenser; Neville
Fraim, the Money Order Marvel;
Fred Harrington, Master Mailbag
Filler; and Conrad Blades, the "Par-
cel Post Is Cheaper" Man ...
To Don Rathgeber for having Break-
fast at 2 a.m. last Friday!!
Have you seen Dick Froehle going
to work in the mornings? He carries
two jugs of coffee, several doughnuts,
cigarettes, and candy bars in two
sacks-and he rides a bicycle, yet!!
(Attention, Ed Sullivan) . Glenda
Stronach buzzing though town on
her way to the Commissary just
before closing time . and Dave
Beldus hitting the road again as he
heads for the States by car . so,
how was your week??
That does it for this week, readers.
We hope you have a fine vacation,
those of you who are leaving-and
the rest of you, keep the contribu-
tions coming to "It's No Secret,"
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z. Adi6s!

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T pliies Are Presented

Trophies Are Presented

At CHS Awards Banquet

Cristobal High School athletic
trophies and sports letters were
awarded at the annual awards ban-
quet, held at the American Legion
Club at France Field.
Trophies were presented the out-
standing participant in each par-
ticular sport. Two awards were pre-
sented in football, one for the best
defensive player of the year and one
for the best offensive player. The
best defensive player award went to
Hap Brandenberg, and the best
offensive player award to Steve
In baseball the outstanding player
award was presented to Lou Hakan-
In track the award was won by
Nonran Spector, and the basketball
MVP award was accepted by Monty
Letters also were awarded in each
In football, 21 letters were pres-
ented, 13 going to graduating seniors:
Mark Paulson, Monty Belanger, Rich
Wainio, Bruce Rainey, Will Graham,
Jerry Morgan, Marvin Schultz, Van
Court, Robert Blevins, Norman Spec-
tor, Keith Wrenn, Fred Dejesus, and
Steve Laurie. Junior awards were
presented to George Egger, Lloyd
Kilgore, Steve Allen, Hap Branden-
berg, W. Vamprine, and Steve Ga-



(Continued from p. 1)

in English and is to be broken into
three phases.
Mrs. Mary Baca of Curundu Junior
High School will attend the National
Science Foundation, New Mexico
Highlands University in Las Vegas,
N. Mex., for her first summer of a
four summer grant leading to the
master's degree.
Six Cristobal High School faculty
members plan to attend summer in-
stitutes during summer vacation.
They include a father and son team
-Luke Palumbo, Sr. and Luke
Palumbo, Jr.
The younger Palumbo plans to
attend a NSF Summer Institute at
Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.,
to take a course in physical science.
His father will study earth science
at the University of Iowa on a Na-
tional Science Foundation Summer
Institute plan.
Others are: Richard Bock, summer
institute in mathematics at Knox Col-
lege in Illinois; Foster Campbell,
summer classes in psychology at the
University of Denver; Ronald Jacobs
a course in geography at Wisconsin
State University; Mrs. Emma Lou
Mason, to prepare at Colgate Uni-
versity for her master's degree in
biological science.

Preventive Medicine
(Continued from p. 1)

residency in the Royal Victoria and
West Hants Hospital in Bourne-
mouth, England, and later practiced
medicine for several years in British
He received his master of public
health degree from Johns Hopkins
School of Public Health in 1958 and
taught for a year in the School of
Public Health at the University of
Puerto Rico.
He is a member of the American
Public Health Association, the Amer-
ican Medical Assooiatjpn and the
Washington State Medical and Public
Health Association.
He will be accompanied by his
wife, Vilma, and his 6-year-old son,
George. His daughter, Gerlinde, is
attending school in Europe.

briel. Tenth Grade letterman was
Luis Arocho. The freshman letter-
man was Neil Patton.
Baseball lettermen were: Norman
Spector, Fred DeJesus, E. DeJesus,
Buddy Schultz, Van Court, Jerry
Weigle, Steve Burgess, Luis Arocho,
Neil Patton, Hap Brandenberg, Lou
Hakanson, and Harry Carey.
Swimming lettermen were: Ken
Brooks, Pete Carlson, Steve Radel,
and Brian Plaisance.
Basketball lettermen were: Keith
Wrenn, Norman Spector, Monty
Belanger, Will Graham, Harold
Brandenberg, Harry Castro, Jimmy
Ford, Humberto Vernon, and Jerry
Track lettermen were: Keith
Wrenn, Norman Spector, Monty
Belanger, Dave Cantu, Neil Maxwell,
Neil Patton, Harold Brandenberg,
Mark Kredell, and Harry Castro.
Tennis lettermen were: Clay
Dowell, Harold Brandenberg, Harry
Jones, Anthony Kingery, and George


IVA- \

Playing the instruments of their choice, pupils in the baritone
Canal Zone Schools Division Summer Music Program Melinda
are, from left, back row: Debbie Armistead with sousa- Michael
phone; John Vosburgh, trombone; Carol Armistead,


Earl H. Jarvis, Duplication Machine Oper-
ator, Printing Plant, to Automatic
Platen Pressman.
Herschell W. Dempsey, Jr., Apprentice
(Printing), 4th Year, Printing Plant, to
Apprentice (Printing), 5th Year.
Marian D. Bowen, Clerk-Stenographer to
Secretary (Stenography).
Accounting Division
Amanda C. Acosta, Claims Clerk (Stenog-
raphy) to Voucher Examiner.
Gilberto A. Silcott, Estella A. Haynes,
Accounting Clerk to Accounts Mainte-
nance Clerk.
Budget and Rates Division
John R. Gough, Budget Analyst to Pro-
gram Analyst.
General Audit Division
Ellen S. Shirer, Voucher Examining Super-
visor to General Claims Examiner.
Navigation Division
Edward C. Williams, Linehandler (Deck-
hand) to Seaman (Launch).
Ram6n Carvallo, Seaman (Launch) to
Motor Launch Operator.
Industrial Division, Mount Hope
JosH Suirez R., Helper Rigger to Crane
John M. Baer, Machinist (Marine) to Tool-
Carolyn G. Johnson, Clerk-Stenographer
to Clerical Assistant (Stenographer).
Locks Division
Ricardo Muir, George R. Hawkins, Utility
Worker, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, Supply Division, to Line-
George C. Bannister, Euaska M. Roberts,
Alfred Lashley, Thomas A. Hull, Cle-
mente Castafieda, Fillmore Archibaldo,
Carpenter (Maintenance) to Wharf-
builder (Maintenance).
Randall L. Colelasure, Apprentice (Elec-
trician) to Electrician.
George S. Hovan, Apprentice (Machinist),
4th Year, to Machinist.
Robert F. Meyers, Apprentice (Electri-
cian), 2d Year. Personnel Bureau,
Deputy Personnel Director (Staff), In-
dustrial Training Branch, to Apprentice
(Electrician), 3d Year.
Alfred L. Springer, Toolroom Attendant
to Towing Locomotive Operator (Locks-
V. James Cimaroli, Electrician to Lock
Operator (Electrician).
Jose A. Gonzilez, Machinist to Lock Oper-
ator (Machinist).
Robert Walker, Helper Lock Operator to
Towing Locomotive Operator (Locks-
Stafford Scantlebury, Helper Electrician
to Toolroom Attendant.
Juan Gare6s, Helper Lock Operator to
Alfonso Lamont, Stevedore, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau, Terminals
Division, to Linehandler.
Edward L. Brady, Surveying Technician,
Engineering and Construction Bureau,
Engineering Division, to Towing Loco-
motive Operator (Locks).
Terminals Division
Delano Phillips C., William H. Allen,
Edward Gustave T., Learner (Liquid


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publication. Only urgent material
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Fuels Wharfman) to Liquid Fuels
Motor Transportation Division
Everardo Lasso M., Truckdriver to School
Alfonso G. Downer, Clerk (Checker) to
Elmo Ceballos R., Truckdriver, Supply
and Community Service Bureau, Supply
Division, to Truckdriver.
Guillermo Alvarado A., Scrap Materials
Sorter, Supply and Community Service
Bureau, Division of Storehouses, to
Water Transportation Division
Barbara A. Head, Accounting Clerk to
Budget Assistant.
Supply Division
Cristin T. Small, Food Service Worker to
Cleveland Roberts, Snack Bar Operator
to Vending Unit Supervisor.
Magdalena L. Bushell, Personnel Clerk to
Supervisory Clerk.
Matthew S. Zolik, Food Supervisor (Vend-
ing Machines) to Vending Route Super-
Carlos H. Castillo, Assistant Baker to
Eric L. Shaw, Food Service Worker to
Supply Clerk.
Cervele6n Chivez, Laborer (Cleaner) to
Utility Worker.
Walter J. Murrell, Learner (Assistant Meat
Cutter) to Assistant Meat Cutter.
Frederick W. Taylor, Leaner (Warehouse-
man) to Warehouseman.
Rigoberto E. Smith, Learner (Produce
Attendant) to Produce Attendant.
Frances Regist, Food Service Worker to
Sales Store Clerk.
Division of Storehouses
Telmo GonzIlez, Scrap Materials Sorter
to Melter (Scrap).
Electrical Division
William E. Pierson, Water System Oper-
ator, Maintenance Division, to Shift
Engineer (Mechanical).
Daniel E. Smith, Helper Machinist (Main-
tenance) to Oiler.
Lilia D. Rozmeski, Dressing-Room Attend-
ant, Civil Affairs Bureau, Division of
Schools, to Clerk-Typist.
Arthur L. Snyder, Lock Operator (Elec-
trician), Marine Bureau, Locks Division,
to Electrician.
Dredging Division
Antonio De J. Cruz B., Helper Core Drill
Operator (Subaqueous) to Seaman.
Allie B. Holden, Accounting Clerk (Stenog-
raphy) to Accounting Assistant.
Charles L. Miller, Construction Inspector
(General), Construction Division, to
Operator, Dipper Dredge.
Isaac Brooks, Flame Cutter (Scrap), Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau,
Division of Storehouses, to Seaman.
C6sar A. Bonilla, Laborer (Cleaner), Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau,
Community Services Division, to Helper
Santiago Romero, Jose R. Benis, Laborer,
Supply and Community Services Bu-
reau. Community Services Division, to
Hubert J. Stewart, Bernard J. Petit, Lock
Operator (Machinist), Marine Bureau,
Locks Division, to Machinist.
Engineering Division
Tulio A. Gerbaud, Student Trainee (Civil
Engineering), Personnel Bureau, Co-
operative Education Program, to Sto-
dent Trainee (Civil Engineering).
Maintenance Division
Severino Arrocha, Laborer (Heavy) to
Sea Level Canal Support Division
Arthur Doyle, Utility Worker, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Supply Di-
vision, to Guard.
John R. Robinson, Distribution and Win-
dow Clerk, Civil Affairs Bureau, Postal
Division, to Hydraulic Engineering
Postal Division
Frederick L. Dunlap, Meteorological
Technician (General), Engineering and

Construction Bureau, Engineer
sion, to Distribution and Windo
Carl T. Maynard, Messenger, En
and Construction Bureau, Ma
Division, to Window Clerk, S
Division of Schools
Dalis L. Collins, EAM Project
Personnel Bureau, Operation
sion Personnel Records, Admi
Branch, to EAM Project Plann
FBlix L. Figueroa, Teacher (Sen
-L.A. Schools), Class 15, to S
(Spanish-L.A. Schools), Class
Customs Division
Stanley M. Watts, Police Prival
Division, to Customs Enforcer
Bernard J. McDonnell, Customs
ment Officer to Contraband Ci
Gorgas Hospital
Raphael T. Price, Leader A
Driver to Supervisory Med
Dorothy L. Beauchamp, Budget
counting Clerk, Engineering
struction Bureau, Sea Leve
Support Division, to Accoun
tenance Clerk.
Yolanda E. Evelyn, Clerk-Typist
rather Trainee) to Ward Cler
Sandra M. Fernandez, Clerk-Ty
nographer Trainee) to Clerk-T
Henry M. Bowers, Jr., Medica
(Pathology) to Medical Offic
logical Anatomy and Clinica
Donna M. Mahrenholz, Clinical
Supervisory Clinical Nurse.
Coco Solo Hospital
Appleton A. Powlett, Clerk-Ty
nographer Trainee) to Supp
Mary C. Robertson, Admitting
Supervisory Admitting Clerk.
Guillermo Van Hoorde, Industr
neer, Executive Planning Staff
Florence K. Rosenblatt, Clerk,
trative Services Division.
Eduardo Yin V., Auditor, Offic
Comptroller, General Audit d
Aurora F. de Courchaine, T
Office of the Comptroller,
James A. Dowlin, Accounting To
Office of the Comptroller, A
Johnny Vaucher, Systems At
Office of the Comptroller, Sys
Harry T. Lacy, Master, Towboa
Bureau, Navigation Division.
J. C. Dyer, Safety Officer, Marin
Office of Director.
Ray L. Bunnell, Admeasurer
Marine Bureau, Navigation D
William G. Toston, Marine Tra
troller Assistant, Marine Bure
gation Division.
William M. Brown, Transportati
nations Specialist, Transporta
Terminals Bureau, Terminals
Dorothy R. Yost, Cafeteria Mana
ply and Community Service
Walter R. Malone, Master,
Crane, Engineering and Co
Bureau, Dredging Division.
William C. Merwin, Finance
Superintendent, Civil Affairs
Postal Division.
Leonor E. Watson, Library A
Affairs Bureau, C.Z. Library-I
Ruth E. Pringle, Operating Roo
Health Bureau, Gorgas Hospi
Rodman E. Sivula, Optometrist
Health Bureau, Coco Solo H
Grace N. Musni, Clinical Nurs
Bureau, Gorgas Hospital.
Aston C. Philpotts, Admittin
Health Bureau, Gorgas Hospi
Mary B. Pitterson, Clerk-Typis
Bureau, Division of Prevent
icine and Quarantine.
Maria I. Visque, Electroencep
Technician, Health Bureau,
Amelia P. de Visquez, Electroca
Technician, Health Bureau
Baile E. Hicks, Luther J. Quinn,
Dipper Dredge, Engineering
struction Bureau, Dredging D
Donald L. Crull, to Operator
Dredge, Engineering and Co
Bureau, Dredging Division.

May 31, 1968

saxophone; Hugh Richards, clarinet; and
Millard, drums. Seated in front are, from left:
Roddy, trumpet, and Julie Baglien, flute.


ing Divi-
ow Clerk.
substitute. (Continued from p. 1)

Planner, wishes to continue, he is required
nistr Dii- to purchase his own instrument if he
ner. wishes to further his musical knowl-

Supervis edge of chosen instrument. Cost of
11. repair for damage and service as a
result of nonnal "wear and tear" is
te, Police absorbed by the Division of Schools.
meant Offi- Damage beyond this is the responsi-
Enforce- ability of the parents, according to
control In-
Doctor Herr.

On the Atlantic side, the Summer
Music Program will be conducted in
ambulance Cristobal Junior-Senior High School
;ical Aid
under the direction of Edwin Car-
and Ac- within.
and Con-
el Canal The curriculum will follow that of
its Main-
the Pacific side, with a few additions.
Sk. The latter will include ensemble,
psty (te- with students attending 7th through
al Officer 12th grades given an opportunity to
er (Path-
Il Pathol- play in an orchestra and band and
Nurse to give concerts.
A chorus will be fonned of stu-
dents in grades 6 through 11. Stand-
pist (Ste-
ply Clerk ard choral music will be learned.
Clerk to Singers need no previous experience.
A string workshop is planned and
ial Engi-another course will be a survey of
if. musical instruments which will give
young instrumentalists an opportunity
ix siothe to learn another instrument of their
translator, choice.
chniian, "Expected to be popular this sum-
accounting mer is an introduction to guitar,"
accountant, Doctor Herr announced. "Strictly an
stems Di- introductory course for those who
at, Marine would like to learn something
e Bureau, about this popular social instrument,
Assistant melodic, and chordal work will be
division. done," he continued.
affic Con-
au, Navi- Baroque music and instruments
ion Oper- are of interest and instruction on
tion and
Division. recorders and blockflutes will be
eager, Sup-
, Supply offered. Enrollment will be limited
Flo and permission of the instructor is
instruction required.
SBranch Autoharp tuition is offered, also.
Bureau,Learning to tune the instrument, lead

duseuivil songs, and learning other classroom
om Nurse, instruments is another class planned
(Clinical), for the Atlantic side. Entrance is
e, Health based upon recommendation of class-
g Clerk,room teachers.
ng Clerk,
ital. Students on the Pacific side of the
t, Health
ive Med- Isthmus interested in enrolling for
halograph courses are requested to call at the
SGorga~ Music Shack, Diablo Height;, or
ardiograph telephone Balboa 2-1507, 2-2442, or
,to Mate,
and Con- Atlantic side students may tele-
r Dipper phone Edwin Carwithen at Coco
instruction Solo 241 or 242.

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Vol. VI, No. 50 Mds de 50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 31 de Mayo de 1968

El Canal Impone

Un Nuevo Record

La marca de todos los tiem-
pos para el trafico durante 1
afio fue derrumbada esta sema-
na por el Canal de PanamA, al
sobrepasar el n6mero de barcos
de alto bordo que han transi-
tado el Canal este afio, la
marca de 13.385 barcos im-
puesta el afio fiscal 1967.
Para el domingo 26 de mayo,
el numero total de naves co-
merciales, de propiedad del
Gobierno de Estados Unidos y
de libre transito, de alto bordo,
que habian usado el Canal,
Ieg6 a un total de 13.327. Con
un promedio de mis de 40
naves diarias, para el mi6rco-
les habia sido rota la marca de
trAnsitos del pasado afio fiscal.
El promedio diario hasta el
26 de mayo de este afio, era de
40.3 naves, comparado con el

Gira de Orientaci6n

Haran los Ayudantes

Estudiantiles el 10
Una conferencia y gira de orien-
taci6n para los 233 ayudantes estu-
diantiles estadounidenses, que traba-
jarAn temporalmente en la empresa
del Canal desde el 27 de mayo hasta
el 7 de septiembre, han sido progra-
madas para el lunes 10 de junior.
La gira se iniciara a bordo de la
lancha Las Cruces del Canal de Pa-
nama el 10 de junio a las 8 a.m. en
Camboa, donde se reuniran los ayu-
dantes estudiantiles de los sectors
Pacifico y AtlAntico del Istmo. Des-
pu6s de un trinsito parcial por el
Corte Gaillard hasta Ilegar a Pedro
Miguel, los ayudantes estudiantiles
abordaran omnibuses para realizar
una gira por las Esclusas de Mira-
flores, seguida por una conferencia
(Continiua en la pdgina 4)

promedio mAximo de 36.7
naves, implantado el afio fiscal
1967. Las predicciones eran de
que el intense trafico conti-
La carga commercial transpor-
tada por el Canal a bordo de
buques mercantes durante los
primeros 10 meses de este afio
fiscal, alcanz6 un total de
79.192.535 toneladas largas, en
comparaci6n con 70.574.203
toneladas largas que transita-
ron por el Canal durante los
primeros 10 meses del afio
fiscal 1967.

Empleado del Canal

Llega a San Diego

En un Buque de Vela
(Recuerdan a Bill Bailey?
Si no se acuerdan les refrescamos
la memorial informAndoles que Bailey
es el Controlador de TrAfico Mariti-
mo de Balboa que lev6 anclas en
febrero a bordo de su buque de vela
con motor auxiliar el Contigo, con
direcci6n a San Diego, California.
Esta semana, su madre Sra. Ellen
Johnson, de Diablo, inform que su
hijo habia llegado sano y salvo a
San Diego. No tuvo ningun incident
en su viaje aunque experiment fuer-
tes vientos en la Baja California.
Tambien visit puertos en Costa
Rica y M6xico y estando en Acapulco
sac6 tiempo para volar a Ciudad de
El Contigo esta ahora anclado en
el Club de Yates de Mission Bay, en
San Diego, y Bill ha procedido a
efectuar el segundo paso de sus pla-
nes de largo alcance, que es estudiar
en el Institute T6cnico Electr6nico.
Continuara viviendo a bordo del
Contigo, come lo hizo cuando estaba
atracado en el Club de Yates de
Pedro Miguel.

El Gobernador de la Zona del Canal W. P. Leber felicita y entrega diploma
a Erell Clive Alexis, guardia en la Estaci6n de Policia de Balboa con servicios
especiales en la Penitenciaria de Gamboa, quien se gradu6 en humanidades
en la reciente promoci6n de la Universidad de la Zona del Canal. Alexis
viaj6 hace various dias a los Estados Unidos para visitar varias penitenciarias.

I -
1; -. L L

L. A. Ferguson, tercero de la izquierda, Director de Ferguson; Srta. Marie L. Beresford, de los Centros de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, aparece con los Emplea- Servicios; Lynton G. Roberts, de Plantas y la Srta. Ida
dos del Aiio de cada unidad, durante la ceremonia de E. Lynch, del Ramo de Administraci6n de Mercancias.
entrega de premios celebrada recientemente en el Teatro No aparece en la fotografia Willy J. Andros, del Ramo
de Balboa. De izquierda a derecha: Stanley Griffith, del de Predios. Un bonito pastel con las felicitaciones a
Ramo de la Vivienda; George W. Hinds, de Almacenes; dichos empleados estaba listo para ser repartido.


Esclusas de Miraflores
Esclusas de Gatin ___
Las Cruces, Grayling,
5 viajes_____
Donizetti _____.
Rossini__-_ _.
Gran Total ___-




Siete Escolares Locales

Triunfan en un Concurso

Siete estudiantes de la Escuela Pri-
maria de Balboa obtuvieron un se-
gundo premio, un tercer premio y
cuatro menciones honorificas en la
competencia intenacional de afiches
"Animales en el Arte", que patrocina
anualmente la Asociaci6n Protectora

de Animales de los Estados Unidos.
Los siete futures artists, todos
alumnos de la Sra. Wanda Jenkins,
maestra de arte y ciencias en la Es-
cuela Primaria de Balboa, se inscri-
bieron en el Grupo II, formado por
estudiantes de los grades 4 al 6.
El segundo puesto, el mas alto de
los que compitieron localmente, lo
gan6 Rhonda Herrera, de 10 aros de
edad, hija del Sr. Reyes G. Herrera
y Sra. Amy de Herrera, residents
en la ciudad de Panami. El tercer
premio lo gan6 Susan Dieli, hija del
Sr. Samuel P. Dieli y Sra. Joanna
Las menciones honorificas fueron
ganadas por Rita Smith, hija del Sr.
Paul L. Smith y Sra.; por Nadja Van
Hoose, hija de la Sra. Camille J. Van
Hoose; por Lisa Hillier, hija del
Sr. William G. Hillier y Sra.; por
Terril Goudie, hijo del Sr. Paul L.
Goudie y Sra.; y por Charles Wilson,
iiio del Sr. H. Clifton Wilson y Sra.
Joyce Wilson.
Este concurso annual, patrocinado
por esa asociaci6n humanitarian y
muchas otras organizaciones de esa
indole, afiliadas a ella, esta abierto a
los alumnos de primaria y secundaria
en cualquier parte del mundo. Este
afio fueron sometidos a concurso en
Denver, Colorado, mas de 8.000
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

La Universidad de la
Zona Anuncia su Plan
De Studios de Verano
La Universidad de la Zona del
Canal ha anunciado los cursos que
se dictaran en este verano y el
calendario escolar.
Las matriculas serAn del 3 al 14
de junior de 1:30 a 8 p.m. y las classes
comenzarAn el 17 de junior. Los exa-
menes finales se efectuarin el 9 y
10 de agosto y las notas finales esta-
ran en la oficina de la universidad
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Cuando se posee un espiritu es-
forzado y de amplias perspectives,
ni la edad ni el tiempo son obstaculos
para alcanzar una meta sofiada.
Es el caso de Erell Clive Alexis,
guardia en la Estaci6n de Policia
de Balboa con servicios especiales
en la Penitenciaria de Camboa, que
a los 49 afios recibi6 su diploma de
humanidades en la trig6simocuarta
graduaci6n de la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal celebrada en el Audi-
torio de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa el mi6rcoles 22 de mayo
Alexis curs6 studios primaries en
Paraiso y en 1955 se gradu6 en la
Escuela Secundaria de La Boca, cuyo
director era en ese entonces Francis
A. Castles, el actual Superintendente
de la Divisi6n de Escuelas de la Zona
del Canal. No fue sino hasta 1964
cuando entr6 a la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal como estudiante de
tiempo parcial debido a su trabajo.
Fueron 4 ainos consecutivos de estu-
dios, incluyendo todos los cursos de
"Pero este verano," dice Alexis,
"lo aprovechar6 para visitar la Peni-
tenciaria Sing Sing, en Ossinning,
Nueva York, el 4 de junio, y la Peni-
tenciaria Estados Unidos, en Lewis-
burg, Pensilvania, el 11 de junior. La
cita para Lewisburg la consegui por
intermedio de la Direcci6n de Pri-
siones de los Estados Unidos, y la
de Sing Sing por mis propios medios".
"El motive de mi viaje", sigue di-
ciendo Alexis, "envuelve various pro-

p6sitos. Primero, el de tener la sa-
tisfacci6n propia de conocer estos
presidios y palpar los adelantos que
tienen en material de rehabilitaci6n
y en segundo lugar porque es la pri-
mera vez que viajar6 a los Estados
Unidos, donde tengo una hermana y
una prima en Brooklyn y una prima
en Los Angeles que deseo visitar".
Alexis entr6 a trabajar con el Canal
de Panama el 16 de diciembre de
1937 como policia en Crist6bal.
Despu6s de 3 meses fue trasladado
como guardia a la Penitenciaria de
Gamboa donde estuvo por 16 afios
consecutivos y desde 1958 trabaja
en la Estaci6n de Policia de Balboa
con servicios especiales en la Peni-
tenciaria de Gamboa.
En su juventud fue un gran juga-
dor de beisbol y deportista. Pertene-
ci6 a los Orioles de La Boca, cam-
peones de 1937, y a los Tigres de
Red Tank, subcampeones de 1938.
En 1948 fue director del equipo fe-
menino de softball Dipal, que fue
campe6n por 7 afios consecutivos;
en 1949 jug6 en la Liga de Beisbol
Aficionado de PanamA con el equipo
Fuerte Calidonia y en 1950 fue pre-
sidente de la Liga Amateur de Color
de la Zona del Canal.
Las inquietudes estudiantiles de
Alexis no se han detenido con su gra-
duaci6n en humanidades, ya que
tiene planeado tomar cursos de antro-
pologia, oratoria y derecho commercial
en la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal en septiembre pr6ximo. Fue
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Guardia de Balboa Obtiene

Diploma en la Universidad



Mayo 31, 1968

La Srta. Mayra I. Calder6n pertene-
ce al Programa de Educaci6n Coope-
rativa que Ileva a cabo la Direcci6n
de Personal del Canal de Panami.
Entr6 a former parte de este pro-
grama el 15 de septiembre de 1966
en la Oficina del Gerente General de
la Division de Abastos. Alli estuvo
hasta noviembre de 1967 cuando fue
nombrada en la Casa de HuBspedes
Tivoli como coordinadora de activi-
dades. Su trabajo abarca una amplia
gama de actividades p6blicas entire
las cuales estan en primer piano las
relaciones p6blicas, informaci6n a
huespedes y visitantes sobre la varie-
dad de servicios disponibles en la
Casa de Huespedes Tivoli, la Zona
del Canal y la Repdblica de Panama,
la organizaci6n de giras a la Zona del
Canal, Panama, Col6n, San Blas y
el interior de la Rep6blica y el arre-
glo de viajes por el Canal de PanamA
a trav6s del Servicio de Guias de la
Oficina de Informaci6n. La Srta. Cal-
der6n tiene tambi6n la responsabili-
dad de informar sobre actividades en
general en la Casa de HuBspedes
Tivoli por medio de un boletin men-
sual. Esta encargada de la column
"Tivoli Topics" del SPILLWAY. Es
egresada del Colegio Internacional de
Maria Inmaculada y actualmente es-
tudia en la Universidad de Santa
Maria La Antigua donde obtendra
el titulo de Licenciada en Ciencias



Gotas de Historia

Diciembre 5, 1502-Crist6bal Col6n
naveg6 desde El Retrete hacia Ve-
ragua para verificar informes dados
por los indios acerca de minas en
esa region.
Diciembre 5, 1913-E1 Teniente Co-
ronel David Dubose Gaillard mu-
ri6 en Baltimore. Gaillard fue
nombrado miembro de la Comi-
si6n del Canal Istmico en 1907.
Lleg6 al Istmo en marzo de 1907
y posteriormente fue nombrado
jefe del Departamento de Excava-
ci6n y Dragado hasta el 19 de
julio de 1908 cuando se cre6 una
nueva organizaci6n y fue hecho
Ingeniero de Divisi6n, en la Divi-
si6n Central, que incluia el Carte
Culebra. Estuvo a cargo del tra-
bajo en el Corte hasta que fuc
terminado, y se vio obligado a
abandonar sus deberes por enfer-
medad adquirida en el mes de
julio anterior. En 1913 se erigi6
un monument en su honor en el
Corte Culebra, que el 8 de mayo
de 1915 fue bautizado oficialmen-
te Corte Gaillard para honrar su


Enrique Hurtado es maletero en la Casa de Huespedes
Tivoli desde el 6 de enero de 1962. Habia trabajado en
1941 como salonero en el Centro de Servicios Comuna-
les de Balboa, como ayudante mecAnico con la firm
contratista Frederick Snare en la construcci6n de un
muelle en Balboa, como apuntador de tiempo en la Base
Naval de Rodman, y en diferentes lugares en Panami.
Naci6 en PanamA el 30 de agosto de 1922. Curs6 sus
studios hasta el octavo grado en la Escuela de La Boca,
Zona del Canal, e hizo despues 2 afios de studios en
el Institute Nacional de PanamA. Es casado con la Sra.
Nazaria de Hurtado y tienen dos hijos: Gisela, que cur-
sara el cuarto grado en la Escuela Presidente Rem6n; y
Manuel Jos6, que ira para tercer grado en la misma
escuela. Hurtado gusta de todos los deportes y cuando
estuvo en La Boca perteneci6 al equipo de softball
Lucky Strike. En el trabajo le va bien y consider que
es interesante debido a la oportunidad que ofrece de
conocer grandes personalidades. Una de ellas fue el
President de M6xico Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, a quien cono-
ci6 a bordo de la lancha "Las Cruces" del Canal de
PanamA. Por otra parte, Hurtado es persona que atiende
a todo el mundo con una sonrisa en los labios.


En 1911 Declaran Distrito

A la Poblaci6n de Boquete

La poblaci6n de Boquete, situada
en la Provincia de Chiriqui, es de
reciente fundaci6n, seg6n apunta el
gran historiador pananefio Rub6n D.
Carries en su libro "Cuando Fueron
Fundados los Pueblos y Ciudades del
Istmo de Panama".
Scegin el peri6dico "Chiriqui", edi-
tado en David en 1881, don Joaquin
Fernandez, emigrado de Costa Rica,
fue el iniciador de los cultivos de caf6
en Nance Bonito, arriba de Dolega,
en el camino de la montafia.
La poblaci6n de Boquete creci6
rapidamente y mereci6 se le decla-
rara Distrito Municipal con cabecera
en Alto Lino por Lcy 20 de 17 de
enero de 1911. Actualmente la cabe-
cera se encuentra en el mismo Bo-
quete, cuyas mAltiples atracciones
hacen de 61 un lugar acogedor y un
paraiso turistico. Tiene tres hotels:
El Panamonte, Dos Rios y Fundado-
res, muchas pensiones, un clima agra-

dable y paisajes encantadores, y her-
mosas residencias entire las que sobre-
sale la de don Eduardo GonzAlez
Boquete surte la ciudad de Pana-
ma con caf6, legumbres, papas, na-
ranjas injertadas, etc. Llegar a Bo-
quete de noche es ver un nacimiento,
manifiesta la mayoria de los visitan-
tes. . Otros agregan: Boquete es
una ciudad jardin.

Una Mala Visi6n

Un policia de trinsito detuvo a
un conductor por manejar a exceso
de velocidad, y cuando le preguntd
la raz6n por la que iba tan rdpido, el
conductor le explic6 que se le habian
quedado los lentcs en la casa e iba
muy apurado a buscarlos pues "no
veia nada sin ellos".

En Su Pantalla

Viernes 31_ CERRADO Music Man (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Hard Bargain (AY) War-Gods Of The Deep (AY)

Saihado l__. The Music Man (AYC) y CERRADO Goodbye My Lady (AYC) y
Hard Bargain (AY) The Incredible Mr. Limpet (AYC)
Domingo 2 You Only Live Twice (AY) Rough Night In Jericho Night Of The Generals
Entradas: 45e v 30f (ADULTOS) (ADULTOS)
Lus 3 You Only Live Twice (AY) Violent Road (AYC) y Night Of The Generals
Ln 3-- Entradas: 45e v 30v West Point Story (AYC) (ADULTOS)
How To Succeed In Business
Martes 4_ _.CERRADO Without Really Trying (ADULTOS) 10:30 p.m. Summer (ADULTOS)

Violent Road (AYC) y Young Fury (AY) CERRADO
Mi6rcoles 5_- West Point Story (AYC) Young Fury (AY)

Jueves 60- How To Succeed In Business CERRADO n Callejan Sin Salida (AY)y
Without Really Trying (ADULTOS)_RHA Los Hermanos Muerte (AY)
Viernes 7--- CERRADO The Iron Mistress (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Mister Roberts (AYC) King Kong (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, Jovenes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.



Alfred Hitchcock
Mi Amigo el Mago
Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
Alma de Acero
Show del Mediodia
Tarde de Toros
Los Invencibles
El Zorro
Golazo Royal
El Gran Chaparral
Misi6n Imposible
Premiere de Gala

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3 00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5.00-Los Cuatro FantAsticos
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Los Invasores
9:00-FBI en Acci6n
10:30-Las Enfermeras

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
7:00-El Joven Centenario
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Alma de Acero
9:00-Comandos del Desierto
10:30-Las Enfermeras

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Milton el Monstruo
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
7:00-Suefio con Jeannie
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd por la Defensa
9:30-Reto al Mal
10:30-Las Enfermeras

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Viaje al Centro de la Tierra
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
7:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00--E Hombre del Maletin
9:00-La Caldera del Diablo
10:30-Las Enfermeras

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Robhlin
5:00-King Kong
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
7:00-La Novicia Voladora
7:30--E Caf6 Squirt
8-00-Los Gorilas de Garrison
9:00-Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
10:30-Las Enfermeras

10:00-Carnaval de Cartones
10:30-Perfiles de Valor
11:30-El Piiaro Carpintero
12:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
2:00-Reprise de la Novela Maribel
4:00-Familia por Accidente
4:30-La Leyenda de Custer
5:30-Los Tres Chiflados
6:00-Reino Salvaje
9:00-Viaje a las Estrellas
10:30-Cine Sibado

Gente en la Noticia


-Msica y Risas
La Hora de Corin Tellado
Cine IIogar
Aventuras en el Paraiso
Novela de la Tarde
Instantineas Sociales
Paiginas de la Vida
Primera Plana
Su Novela Favorita
Conflictos Humanos
Yo Soy Espia
La Hora Cero

11:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-La CAmara Indiscreta
12:30-H6roes de Hogan
1:30-La Mujer Opina
2:00-Reprise de Corin Tellado
4:00-Largo Metraje
5:15-Rev6lver a la Orden
5:45-Daniel Boone
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-S)ibados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
11:00-Martinez Blanco

3- 7-Se realizaran las pruebas para la producci6n del Fondo Unido, el
ixito musical "Amor Sin Barreras", en el auditorio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa a las 7:30 p.m. La producci6n estA
programada para estrenarse el 25 de julio.
13-Fiesta de Corpus Christi. Festividad religiosa de gran solemnidad
en todos los pueblos del Interior. En algunos de ellos y de acucrdo
con tradici6n que data de los tiempos de la Colonia, se represen-
tan autos sacramentales con danzas de "diablos" y "diablicos"
en las calls.

Pagina 2

9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:45-Salvese Quien Pueda
11:30-Graniero Ultimo Modelo
12:00-Ventana del Mundo
1:00-Los Cucos
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

12:00-Musica y Risas
1:30-La IIora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Iogar
4:00-La Gran Aventura
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-El Gato
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita.
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
10:30-Cita con la Muerte

12:00--Musica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-La Ruta del Sol
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantA:neas Sociales
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-La Cuarta Dimensi6n
10:30-Cita con la Muerte

12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15--Msica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Puertos de Intriga"
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:45-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Fabulosos 20
10:30-Cita con la Muerte

12:00-Muisica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Camino de la Verdad
2:15-Cine Ilogar
4:00-El Congresista
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-InstantAncas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:45-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-Cita con la Muerte
11:00-La Cuerda Floja


-I~ 3~Q~L~':r

Mayo 31, 1968


Conductor de la Sanidad

Resulta Buen Samaritano

Vincent Forbes es conductor de
cami6n al servicio del Distrito Sur de
Sanidad, de la Divisi6n de Sanidad,
en la Direcci6n de Salubridad del
Canal de PanamA, pero tiene otras
atribuciones sumamente interesantes.
Cada 3 meses se le puede ver
llegar en su cami6n al desembarca-
dero de Camboa, cerrar su vehiculo
con Have y caminar, portando un
maletin negro, hasta el desembarca-
dero, donde aborda un cayuco con
motor fuera de borda y luego, salir
en 61 con direcci6n a los diferentes
lugares del Lago Gati6n donde resi-
den los diferentes concesionarios
agricolas de esa Area.
Pero no es eso solamente, sino que
cuando Ilega a su destiny, extrae de
su maletin todo el equipo necesario
para tomar muestras de la sangre
de los residents y lo hace con toda
la efectividad de un laboratorista.
Si, Vincent Forbes es hombre de
habilidades multiples.
Tuvo Adiestramiento Especial
Todo comenz6 hace unos 15 afios,
en 1953, cuando los funcionarios de
salubridad de la Zona del Canal con-
sideraron que ciertos trabajos, efec-
tuados anteriormente por t6cnicos de
las diferentes ramas, podian ser he-
chos por otro personal menos califi-
cado, que podia ser debidamente

4YM" de Panama

Inicia Campaina

De la Nataci6n
Una gran campafia entire todos los
estudiantes de los colegios pdblicos
y privados y para adults interesados,
ha iniciado la Asociaci6n Cristiana
de J6venes de PanamA (YMCA Na-
cional) en el sentido de incrementar
el aprendizaje de la nataci6n en Pa-
nama no s6lo como deported, entrete-
nimiento, sino como un medio de
seguridad personal.
Las classes para adults serAn en
la mariana y en la tarde. Los cursos
para adults y nifios seran ofrecidos
en la Piscina Olimpica "AdAn Gor-
d6n" por instructors debidamente
entrenados en el sistema YMCA. Las
inscripciones estarAn abiertas hasta
el dia 10 de junior, fecha en que se
iniciaran los cursos de nataci6n.
Para mayor informaci6n sirvase
llamar al tel6fono 5-4535, PanamA.

adiestrado en la ejecuci6n de ciertas
En el Distrito Sur de Sanidad,
fueron escogidos tres hombres para
darles el adiestramiento necesario que
los convirtiera en experts tomadores
de muestras de sangre, para conti-
nuar la campafia de prevenci6n de la
malaria y otras enfermedades end6-
micas del tr6pico, en las Areas rura-
les del sector. Vincent Forbes fue
uno de esos tres hombres y el unico
que obtuvo las calificaciones necesa-
rias para tomar la posici6n. Dice con
orgullo: "El mismo Sr. Richard Wil-
liams, actual Jefe del Distrito Sur de
Sanidad, fue quien me adiestr6".
Obtiene Experiencias Interesantes
Desde entonces, cada 3 meses, se
ha internado Forbes en las selvas
que rodean los lagos que sirven al
Canal de PanamA, en el sector Paci-
"Al principio, tenia que hacer lar-
gos recorridos a caballo y me empec6
a familiarizar con los pintorescos
nombres de los caserios de la region:
Huile, Mateo Redondo, Valdespino,
La Laguna, Gigante, Gigantito y
Chiva-Chiva, son s6lo algunos", dice
rememorando los lugares por donde
La gente que vive en esos lugares
es sumamente acogedora. "Son tan
pocos los extrafios que ven, que
cuando Ilegamos nosotros, se llenan
de entusiasmo y alegria. Tambi6n
tienen un gran sentido del humor.
Como nuestro trabajo es tomarles
muestras de sangre, nos llaman'vam-
piros' y 'chupa-sangres' en tono cari-
fioso", dice Forbes con una sonrisa.
"Cuando uno ve la manera como
viven, privados de tantas cosas que
nosotros aqui en la ciudad considera-
mos necesarias; cuando uno ve c6mo
trabajan, alegremente y con entusias-
mo, sacAndole a la tierra los produc-
tos que necesitan para alimentarse, o
para venderlos y conseguir otras cosas
que ellos no pueden producer, como
son los radios transistors, que cons-
tituyen el 6nico medio que poseen
para saber del mundo exterior, me
doy cuenta de que son much mAs
hombres que nosotros los de la ciu-
dad", dice Forbes, con un dejo de
Un Buen Samaritano
Un dia, lleg6 Forbes en su misi6n
de tomar muestras de sangre, al case-
rio de Gigantito y se encontr6 con
que uno de los nifios del lugar se
habia clavado una enorme espina en
la plant de un pie. El estado del

nifio era de cuidado; tenia much
fiebre, el pie se le habia hinchado
enormemente y se notaba, alrededor
de la espina, una gran cantidad de
pus. La espina atravesaba la plant
del pie de parte a parte y Forbes no
pens6 mAs que en ayudar al nifio.
Corri6 a la lancha, busc6 unas pinzas
y con ellas le sac6 la espina, despu6s
de haberse armado de valor. Luego
le sac6 toda la pus de la herida y
con los elements que tenia en su
botiquin de primeros auxilios se la
desinfect6 y la vend6 adecuadamente.
Pero dice "quedA muy preocupado
y apenas llegu6 a la base le inform
a mi jefe, quien me dijo que en la
pr6xima ocasi6n lievara al enfermo
inmediatamente al hospital y que no
me metiera a mbdico, pero me dio
permiso para que volviera a ver al
Dos dias despu6s, Forbes pas6 en
su bote por las cercanias de Gigan-
tito y decidi6 ir a ver a Juanito, que
asi se Ilamaba el nifio. Cuando lleg6
al lugar, la primera persona que fue
a recibirlo fue Juanito, que ya estaba
much mejor. Forbes le cambi6 los
vendajes luego de limpiarle la heri-
da, le dej6 algunos medicamentos y
se fue en su bote, muy satisfecho y
contento de haberle servido a alguien.
Ve Muchos Animales
En sus giras por la selva, lo que
mAs encuentra son serpientes, muchas
de ellas venenosas, pero ya se ha
acostumbrado a evitarlas. Tambidn
ve muchos monos, los mAs intere-
santes de los cuales son los monos
aulladores, criaturas de buen tamaiio
y de diferente color en la pelambre,
pero cuya caracteristica mas impor-
tante es que pueden emitir fuerte
rugidos muy semejantes a los de un
Forbes naci6 en la ciudad de Pa-
nama, estudi6 hasta completar el Pri-
mer Ciclo Secundario en la vieja
Escuela de La Boca, en la Zona del
Canal, Ileva mAs de 21 afios al servi-
cio del Canal de Panama y vive en la
barriada del Parque Lefevre de la
ciudad de PanamA, en uni6n de su
esposa, Sra. Gertrudis Gibbs de For-
bes y de sus siete hijos, el mayor de
ellos tiene 19 afios y el menor,
apenas 4.

La Argentina y un consorcio ban-
quero encabezado por la Deutsche
Bank, de Francfort, Alemania Occi-
dental, firmaron recientemente un
convenio para poner en venta una
emisi6n de bonos argentinos por im-
porte de $25 millones.

El equipo Ron Cortez, que ha sido patrocinado por la cha, al frente: Margarita Martinez, Brenda Escalona,
Destiladora Nacional, S.A., durante las 61timas cuatro Eddie Russell, Lydiuna Edmund, Joyce Maxwell y Susan
temporadas, gan6 el campeonato de 1968 de la Liga Atherley. De pie: J. Watson, madrina del equipo; Vir-
Femenina de Softball del AtlAntico. Este equipo es con- ginia Thompson, Beverley Atherley, Edith Jones, Marva
siderado por los experts como el mis potente conjunto Knight, Marcenia McClaren, Ver6nica Donaldson, Janis
femenino en el Istmo y esta integrado per jugadoras del McFarlane y el coach Ricardo Laurie. No aparecen
sector AtlAntico. El director del conjunto es Eddie Cecilia Murillo, Marcia DaCosta, Gladys de Diaz,
Russell (arrodillado en el centro), quien reside en la ciu- Patricia Kirton, Marcia Simpson, Olga Morris y Gloria
dad de Col6n. En la foto aparecen, de izquierda a dere- Laurie.

Vincent E. Forbes, del Distrito Sur de Sanidad, toma una muestra de sangre
a CAndida Perea, empleada de la Isla Barro Colorado, mientras Paulino
Gonzilez, empleado del Area de studios cientificos naturales del Instituto
Smithsoniano, espera su turno. La Divisi6n de Sanidad de la Direcci6n de
Salubridad toma trimestralmente muestras de sangre en las zonas rurales y
suburbanas de la Zona del Canal como parte de su program antimalirico.

OFreceran al Publico

Pelicula Sobre la LSD

En el Teatro de Paraiso serA pre-
sentada esta noche una pelicula so-
nora a colors, sobre los peligros de
la droga LSD, con una disertaci6n a
cargo de un medico de la Armada
de los Estados Unidos que narra casos
reales de efectos posteriores psico-
pAticos a largo plazo de esa droga.
Tambien seri pasada en la Cadena
de Television del Comando Sur,
ademas de que sera presentada en los
teatros del sector AtlAntico de la
Zona del Canal durante la primera
semana de junior. La pelicula serA
pasada gratis y se invita al piblico
en general.
La presentaci6n gratis de la pelicu-
la sobre la LSD, en el Teatro de Pa-
raiso, esta noche a las 7 p.m., sera
patrocinada por los Consejos Civicos
y Asociaciones de Padres de Familia
de las comunidades latinoamericanas,
ademas de contar con el complete
respaldo de la comunidad.
En el sector AtlAntico del Istmo,
la pelicula sobre la LSD serA pasada
tambien gratis en el Teatro de Mar-
garita el 4 de junio a las 4:30 pjn.
y en el Teatro de Rainbow City, el
5 de junior, a las 7 p.m.
Luego de la presentaci6n de la
pelicula en esos teatros, la Dra. Re-
nata de Arboleda, director del Hos-
pital de Corozal; el Dr. Victor Slater,
jefe de la Divisi6n de Salubridad
Mental del Canal de PanamA, y la
Dra. Mary Graham, jefa interina de
la Division de Medicina Preventiva
del Canal de PanamA, dirigirAn un

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Si usted tiene alg6n pasatiempo
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period de preguntas y respuestas.
Tambi6n serA t6pico de discusi6n el
problema del uso de las drogas.
La pelicula sobre la LSD sera
presentada por los Canales 8 y 10
de la Red de Televisi6n del Cpmando
Sur el lunes 3 de junio, a las 8:05
p.m. y a continuaci6n se presentarA
un period de preguntas y respues-
tas sobre la LSD y el uso de las
drogas, en que tomarAn parte un
grupo de medicos, que contestarAn
las preguntas que le hagan various
estudiantes de la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Balboa. Los medicos que se
presentarin son la Dra. Renata de
Arboleda, el Dr. Dennis Weldon y
la Dra. Mary Graham. Los estu-
diantes de la Secundaria de Balboa
que participarAn son Duncan B.
Laird, Margaret Baker y Ken

--Le habrA pasado algo a Juan? Mira, el
montacargas regres6 sin 61.

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ma. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud expresa.
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Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
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en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
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del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los em-
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de la subscripci6n para otros (inclu-
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Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
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Pagina 3


Mayo 31, 1968

Earl H. Jarvis, Operario de Duplicadora,
Imprenta, a Prensista (Platina Auto-
Herschell W. Dempsey, Jr., Aprendiz de
Tip6grafo, 49 Afo, Imprenta, a Apren-
diz de Tip6grafo, 59 Aio.
Marian D. Bowen, Oficinista Esten6grafa
a Secretaria Esten6grafa.
Amanda C. Acosta, Oficinista de Reclamos
(Estenografia) a Escrutadora de Com-
Gilberto A. Silcott, Estella A. Haynes,
Oficinistas de Contabilidad a Oficinis-
tas Encargados de Cuentas Corrientes.
Division de Presupuesto y Tarifas
John R. Gough, Analista de Presupuesto
a Analista de Programas.
Division de Auditoria General
Ellen S. Shirer, Subjefa de Escrutaci6n
de Comprobantes a Escrutadora de Re-
clamos (General).
Division de Navegaci6n
Edward C. Williams, Pasabarcos a Mari-
nero (Lancha Motora).
Ram6n Carvallo, Marinero (Lancha Mo-
tora) a Operario de Lancha Motora.
Division Industrial, Mount Hope
Jose SuArez R., Ayudante Aparejador a
Encargado de Gancho de Grna.
John M. Baer, Mecanico Tornero (NAu-
tico) a Fabricante de Herramientas.
Carolyn G. Johnson, Oficinista Esten6gra-
fa a Ayudante Oficinista (Esten6grafa).
Divisi6n de Esclusas
Ricardo Muir, George R. Hawkins, Mozos
de Oficio, Direcci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, Divisi6n de Abastos,
a Pasacables.
George C. Bannister, Euaska M. Roberts,
Alfred Lashley, Thomas A. Hull, Cle-
mente Castaileda, Fillmore Archibaldo,
Carpinteros de Mantenimiento a Cons-
tructores de Muelles (Mantenimiento).
Randall L. Colclasure, Aprendiz de Elec-
tricista a Electricista.
George S. Hovan, Aprendiz de Mecanico
Tornero, 49 Adio, a MecAnico Torero.
Robert F. Meyers, Aprendiz de Electri-
cista, 29 Afo, Direcci6n de Personal,
Ramo de Adiestramiento Industrial, a
Aprendiz de Electricista, 3er. Afo.
Alfred L. Springer, Encargado de Cuarto
de Herramientas a Operario de Loco-
motora de Remolque (Esclusas-Limi-
V. James Cimaroli, Electricista a Opera-
rio de Esclusas (Electricista).
Jose A. GonzAlez, Mecnico Tornero a
Operario de Esclusas (Mecanico Tor-
Robert Walker, Ayudante Operario de
Esclusas a Operario de Locomotora de
Remolque (Esclusas-Limitado).
Stafford Scantlebury, Ayudante Electri-
cista a Encargado de Cuarto de Herra-
Juan Garces, Ayudante Operario de Es-
clusas a Lubricador.
Alfonso Lamont, Estibador, Direcci6n de
Transporte y Terminales, Divisi6n de
Terminales, a Pasacables.
Edward L. Brady, Tdcnico de Topografia,
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n, Divisi6n de Ingenieria, a Opera-
rio de Locomotora de Remolque (Es-
Division de Terminales
Delano Phillips C., William H. Allen,
Edward Gustave T., Principiantes (Des-
pachadores Subalternos de Combusti-
bles Liquidos, Muelles) a Despachado-
res Subalternos de Combustibles Li-
quidos (Muelles).
Division de Transporte a Motor
Everardo Lasso M., Conductor de Cami6n
a Conductor de Omnibis Escolar.
Alfonso G. Downer, Verificador a Con-
ductor de Autom6viles.
Elmo Ceballos R., Conductor de Cami6n,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comu-
nales, Divisi6n de Abastos, a Conductor
de Cami6n.
Guillermo Alvarado A., Clasificador de
Chatarra, Direcci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, Divisi6n de Almace-
nes, a Conductor de Cami6n.
Division de Transporte Maritimo
BArbara A. Head, Oficinista de Contabili-
dad a Ayudante de Presupuesto.
Division de Abastos
Cristin T. de Small, Moza de Oficio, Ser-
vicio de Comidas, a Encargada de
Cleveland Roberts, Encargado de Refres-
queria a Subjefe de la Unidad de MA-
quinas Expendedoras.
Magdalena L. Bushell, Oficinista, Asuntos
de Personal, a Subjefe Oficinista.
Matthew S. Zolik, Jefe, Servicio de Comi-
das (MAquinas Expendedoras) a Jefe
de Ruta de MAquinas Expendedoras.
Carlos H. Castillo, Ayudante Panadero a
Eric L. Shaw, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio
de Comidas, a Oficinista de Abastos.
Cervele6n Chavez, Aseador a Mozo de
Walter J. Murrell, Principiante (Ayudante
de Carnicero) a Ayudante de Carnicero.
Frederick W. Taylor, Principiante (Alma-
cenero) a Almacenero.
Rigoberto E. Smith, Principiante (Traba-
jador, Secci6n de Legumbres) a Traba-
jador, Secci6n de Legumbres.
Frances Regist, Mozo de Oficio, Servicio
de Comidas, a Oficinista de Almacdn.
Division de Almacenes
Telmo GonzAlez, Clasificador de Chatarra
a Fundidor (Chatarra).
Division de Electricidad
William E. Pierson, Operario de Sistemas
de Acueductos, Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento, a Ingeniero Mecanico de Tumrno.
Daniel E. Smith, Ayudante MecAnico Tor-
nero (Mantenimiento) a Lubricador.
Lilia D. Rozmeski, Cuidadora de Cameri-
no, Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Divi-
si6n de Escuelas, a Oficinista Mecan6-
Arthur L. Snyder, Operario de Esclusas
(Electricista), Direcci6n de Marina, Di-
visi6n de Esclusas, a Electricista.

Division de Dragas
Antonio de J. Cruz B., Ayudante Opera-
rio de Sonda de Granalla (Subacuttica)
a Marinero.
Allie B. Holden, Oficinista de Contabili-
dad (Estenografia) a Ayudante de Con-
Charles L. Miller, Inspector de Construc-
ciones, Divisi6n de Construcci6n, a
Operario de Draga de Cuchar6n.
Isaac Brooks, Cortador a Llama de Gas
(Chatarra), Direcci6n de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, Divisi6n de Almace-
nes, a Marinero.
C6sar A. Bonilla, Aseador, Direcci6n de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, Divi-
si6n de Servicios Comunales, a Ayu-
dante Soldador.
Santiago Romero, Jos6 R. Benis, Obreros,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Co-
munales, Divisi6n de Servicios Comu-
nales, a Obreros.
Hubert J. Stewart, Bernard J. Petit, Ope-
rarios de Esclusas (MecAnicos Torne-
ros), Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, a Mecinicos Torneros.
Tulio A. Gerbaud, Aprendiz Estudiantil
(Ingenieria Civil), Direcci6n de Perso-
nal, Programa de Educaci6n Coopera-
tiva, a Aprendiz Estudiantil (Ingenieria
Division de Mantenimiento
Severino Arrocha, Obrero (Trabajos Pesa-
dos) a Tendedor de Tuberia.
Division de Estudios Sobre
Canal a Nivel
Arthur Doyle, Mozo de Oficio, Direcci6n
de Abastos y Servicios Comunales, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, a Guardia.
John R. Robinson, Encargado de Ventani-
Ila de Distribuci6n de Correos, Direc-
ci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Divisi6n de
Correos, a Tecnico de Ingenieria Hi-
Division de Correos
Frederick L. Dunlap, TBcnico Meteorol6-
gico (General), Direcci6n de Ingenie-
ria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de Inge-
nieria, a Encargado de Ventanilla de
Distribuci6n de Correos.
Carl T. Maynard, Mensajero, Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n
de Manteanimiento, a Encargado de
Ventanilla de Correos (Substituto).
Division de Escuelas
Dalis L. Collins, TEcnica de Equipo E16c-
trico de Contabilidad, Direcci6n de Per-
sonal, Divisi6n de Operaciones, Archi-
vos de Personal, Ramo Administrativo,
a T6cnica de Equipo ElBctrico de Con-
Fdlix L. Figueroa, Profesor de Escuelas
Secundarias Latinoamericanas, Clase
15, a Supervisor de Espafol en las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas, Clase 11.
Division de Aduanas
Stanley M. Watts, Policia Raso, Divisi6n
de Policia, a Agente de Aduanas.
Bernard J. McDonnell, Agente de Aduanas
a Inspector para Represi6n del Contra-
Hospital Gorgas
Raphael T. Price, Capataz Conductor de
Ambulancias a Subjefe Auxiliar Medico
Dorothy L. Beauchamp, Oficinista de Pre-
supuesto y Contabilidad, Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n de
Estudios Sobre Canal a Nivel, a Ofici-
nista Encargada de Cuentas Corrientes.
Yolanda Evelyn, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa (Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a Ofi-
cinista de Sala.
Sandra M. Ferntndez, Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa (Aprendiz de Esten6grafa) a
Oficinista Mecan6grafa.
Henry M. Bowers, Jr., M6dico (Patologia)
a M6dico (Anatomia Patol6gica y Pato-
logia Clinica).
Donna M. Mahrenholz, Enfermera Clinica
a Subjefe Enfermera Clinica.
Hospital de Coco Solo
Appleton A. Powlett, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafo (Aprendiz de Esten6grafo) a Ofi-
cinista de Abastos (Mecanografia).
Mary C. Robertson, Oficinista de Admi-
si6n a Subjefa Oficinista de Admisi6n.


j. Lr I

Dedicado a sus labores diarias de
guardia de la Estaci6n de Policia de
Balboa de la Zona del Canal se en-
cuentra Erell C. Alexis, quien parti6
recientemente a los Estados Unidos
despues de graduarse el 22 de mayo
en la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal. Su estada allA la aprovechara
para visitar la Penitenciaria Sing
Sing, en Ossinning, Nueva York, y
la Penitenciaria Estados Unidos, en
Lewisburg, Pensilvania.

Bailey E. Hicks, Luther J. Quinn, Capi-
tanes, Dragas de Cuchar6n, Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, Divisi6n
de Dragas.
Donald L. Crull, Operario, Draga de Cu-
char6n, Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, Divisi6n de Dragas.
Guillermo Van Hoorde, Ingeniero Indus-
trial, Oficina de Planificaci6n.
Florence K. Rosenblatt, Oficinista, Divi-
si6n de Servicios Administrativos.
Eduardo Yin V., Auditor, Contraloria, Di-
visi6n de Auditoria General.
Aurora F. de Courchaine, Traductora,
Contraloria, Divisi6n de Sistemas.
James A. Dowlin, T6cnico de Contabili-
dad, Contraloria, Contaduria.
Harry T. Lacy, CapitAn de Remolcador,
Direcci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Na-
J. C. Dyer, Oficial Encargado de Seguri-
dad, Direcci6n de Marina, Oficina del
Ray L. Bunnell, Ayudante Arqueador, Di-
recci6n de Marina, Divisi6n de Nave-
William G. Toston, Ayudante Controla-
dor de TrAfico Maritimo, Direcci6n de
Marina, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
William M. Brown, Especialista Encar-
gado de Operaciones de Transporte, Di-
recci6n de Transporte y Terminales,
Divisi6n de Terminales.
Dorothy R. Yost, Gerente de Cafeteria,
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Co-
munales, Divisi6n de Abastos.
Walter R. Malone, CapitAn, Grda Flotan-
te, Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, Divisi6n de Dragas.
William C. Merwin, Superintendente del
Ramo de Finanzas, Direcci6n de Asun-
tos Civiles, Divisi6n de Correos.
Leonor E. Watson, Auxiliar Bibliotecaria,
Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles, Bibliote-
ca-Museo de la Zona del Canal.
Ruth E. Pringle, Enfermera de Sala de
Operaciones, Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Hospital Gorgas.
Rodman E. Sivula, Opt6metro Clinico,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital de
Coco Sqlo.
Grace N. Musni, Enfermera Clinica, Di-
recci6n de Salubridad, Hospital Gorgas.
Aston C. Philpotts, Oficinista de Admisi6n,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hospital Gor-
Mary B. Pitterson, Oficinista Mecan6grafa,
Direcci6n de Salubridad, Divisi6n de
Medicine Preventiva y Cuarentena.
Maria I. Vasquez, T6cnica Electroencefa-
16grafa, Direcci6n de Salubridad, Hos-
pital Gorgas.
Amelia P. de VAsquez, Tccnica Electro-
cardi6grafa, Direcci6n de Salubridad,
Hospital Gorgas.

Serie de Clinicas Dara

mTAS en Panama y en A.C.

El emblema de la Fundaci6n MAS
combine la figure de un atleta, pre-
sente en cada deported, y el globo
terrAqueo que significa el aspect in-
ternacional de la Middle American
Sports Foundation, Inc. (MAS). Crea-
do en verde, azul y oro, los colors
representan la tierra, donde se juega
la mayoria de los deportes, el agua,
scenario de los concursos acuaticos,
y el sol del cual se deriva la fuerza.

Ha sido nombrada una Junta Di-
rectiva de 21 personas para encabe-
zar el Middle American Sports
Foundation, Inc. (MAS), que patro-
cinarA una series de 64 clinics en
Am6rica Central y PanamA comen-
zando en julio.
La Junta de MASque fue promul-
gada por el Presidente, John M. Fox,
quien es a la vez el Presidente de la
Junta de la United Fruit Co., incluye
a distinguidos dirigentes del comer-
cio, del gobierno, de educaci6n, y
del deported en los Estados Unidos y

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M. Luna____.
E. Williams_


D. Cox--__--
D. Escobar___
E. Jones___-
P. Kirton____
S. Maloney--.
C. Wray_ .-
M. Colloum_.
E. Williams__.
E. Knight ____
M. McClaren-


_R. C.
__R. C.
__R. C.
_R. C.

G. P. C. Wray__ _.
CPR 1 0 D. Cox __
R. C. 8 1 V. Donaldson
.R. C. 5 2 P. Kirton___
CPR 4 4 S. Maloney_
R. C. 2 2 S. Raymond-_



La Universidad de la ..
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el 13 de agosto. AdemAs de los cursos
regulars de la universidad, se ofre-
cerAn algunos cursos de preparatoria
de universidad para permitir a los
graduados de escuela secundaria,
que entran a la universidad en forma
condicional, que llenen los requisitos
durante el period de verano y que
se matriculen en las classes a nivel
universitario en el semestre de otofio.
Los estudiantes que no hayan asis-
tido previamente a la universidad de-
berAn solicitar una copia de sus cr6-
ditos de escuela secundaria o de sus
creditos de universidad para poder
ser admitidos en la universidad. Los
estudiantes que actualmente asisten
a otra universidad deberAn conseguir
que se envie una carta al Director de
Cursos de Verano en la cual se auto-
riza su asistenci a alas classes de vera-
no para la transferencia de cr6ditos.
El precio de matricula es $15 por
hora cr6dito para los estudiantes no
patrocinados y $7 por cr6dito para
estudiantes patrocinados, para todos
los residents de buena fe de la Zona
del Canal y para los empleados esta-
dounidenses de cualquier agencia del
Gobierno de los Estados Unidos, o
sus dependientes, que vivan en la
Repfiblica de PanamA.

E.Jones ____
M. Knight__
M. McClaren.
V. Thompson.


-__ ..._CPR
____R. C.
R. C.
_____._. CPR
- ..___.___R. .C.
.____R. C.
.. . .R. C.

C. Wray .- ---- CPR
D. Cox_----- ____ CPR
M. McClaren B--_--_R. C.
L. Cox_ ------ .- CPR
E. Jones._------_--_-R. C.
P. Kirton -__---_..-_ C.
E. Williams _------ CPR
M. Colloum .-- _---- CPR
V. Thompson __.--_- R. C.
A. Galvin -----..___CTPR


D. Cox ---__
S. Maloney -____-.
E. Knight ---_
M. McClaren.---.-
E. Williams ---.-..
C. Wray _--- .
L. Cox_ ..----__.
P. Kirton ------_
L. Edmund _--.._.-
E. Jones- --__

CPR 24
_CPR 22
R. C. 11
-R. C. 11
_CPR 11
CPR 11
_CPR 10
.R. C. 8
-R. C. 7
R. C. 7

P. Kirton ____________.R. C. 26
M. Knight ..______-..-R. C. 22
L. Cox ._________-___. CPR 17
E. Knight_-----------R. C. 10
M. Luna_--------------CPR 4
C. Wray_______ CPR 4
E. Williams ________---CPR 3

en cada uno de los paises de MAS:
El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras,
Guatemala, Costa Rica y PanamA.
La Junta Directiva nombrada in-
cluye a: Asa S. Bushnell, Comisio-
nado de la Conferencia Atl6tica del
Colegio Oriental; Erwin D. Canham,
Jefe de Redacci6n del Monitor de la
Ciencia Cristiana; Ram6n Coll de
Costa Rica, Presidente de la Confe-
deraci6n de F6tbol de America Cen-
tral; Herbert C. Cornuelle, Presi-
dente, United Fruit Co., Dr. Manuel
Ferrer, Profesor de Fisiologia y Ana-
tomia del Departamento de Educa-
ci6n Fisica de la Universidad de
Panama; John M. Fox, Presidente
de la Junta, United Fruit Co., y
J. Peter Grace, Presidente, W. R.
Grace & Co.
Tambi6n fueron nombrados para
la Junta: Robert C. Hill, ex Embaja-
dor ante los Gobiernos de Costa Rica,
El Salvador, y M6xico; Dr. Carlos
Lara, pediatra guatemalteco y ex
campe6n national de pista, fstbol
y basquetbol; George C. Lodge, Pro-
fesor Adjunto de Comercio de la Fa-
cultad de Comercio de Harvard y
expert en asuntos latinoamericanos;
Margarita Macaya, Jefa de Asuntos
Femeninos de la Organizaci6n de Es-
tados Americanos; Bob Mathias, Re-
presentante de los Estados Unidos
(California) y ex ganador de medalla
de oro de pista y campo en las Olim-
pfadas; y Covey T. Oliver, Subse-
cretario de Estado, del Departamento
de Estado de los Estados Unidos de
Tambi6n fueron nombrados Stan-
ley de J. Osborne, Socio General,
Lazard Freres y Cia.; Robert W.
Purcell, Presidente de la Junta, Cor-
poraci6n Internacional de Economia
BAsica; Josa Benito Ramirez, ex Pre-
sidente de la Comisi6n Nacional de
Deportes de Nicaragua y represen-
tante de su pais ante varias compe-
tencias atl6ticas internacionales; En-
rique A. Sol, Director d el Club
Alianza de Filtbol, el equipo cam-
pe6n de f6tbol de la liga mayor na-
cional de El Salvador; Dr. Fredrick
J. Stare, Profesor de Nutrici6n, Fa-
cultad de Salud Piblica de la Uni-
versidad de Harvard; Bill Stern,
Mutual Broadcasting System; y Vi-
cente Williams, ingeniero civil, diri-
gente en asociaciones de deported de
MAS es una instituci6n de deported
no lucrative que fue originalmente
fundada por la United Fruit Co. para
ayudar a mejorar el nivel de repre-
sentaci6n atl6tica en Centroam6rica
y Panama.

Gira de Orientaci6n...

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de orientaci6n en el Auditorio de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa.
El Director de Personal del Canal
de Panama dara la bienvenida a los
estudiantes y serAn presentados al
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
W. P. Leber y a los Jefes de Direc-
ciones de la empresa del Canal. Des-
puts, la Oficina de Informaci6n del
Canal de PanamA presentara diaposi-
tivas sobre el Canal de Panama.
Al final del program los estudian-
tes del area de Balboa podran ir a
almorzar y regresar a trabajar en la
tarde. Los estudiantes que trabajan
en las afueras incluyendo el sector
AtlAntico, Gamboa, Pedro Miguel,,
etc., tomaran el tren de las 11:54
de la mafiana en la Estaci6n del Fe-
rrocarril en Balboa y se les propor-
cionara almuerzo antes de la partida
del tren.

Guardia de Balboa... SIETE ESCOLARES...
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(Vine.i de la ndina 1)

elegido recientemente tesorero de la
Fraternidad Dramitica Delta Psi
Omega de la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal y es integrante del coro
de la mencionada universidad.
Alexis reside en Pedro Miguel y
tiene una hija, Yvonne, y un hijastro,

El prop6sito de dicha competencia
es promover entire los estudiantes
interns en el cuidado y protecci6n de
los animals. Los afiches son juzga-
dos en'base a la calidad artistic del
trabajo, segAn la edad del nifio y el
grado en que est6, la originalidad del
diseiio, y lo apropiado y el significado
del lema.

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