The Panama Canal spillway =

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The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
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Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title:
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Canal Zone
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Panama Canal Company
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Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
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37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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

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Vol. VII, No. 40 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, March 21,1969

Governor-President's Annual Safety Trophy for 1968 is presented by Gov.
W. P. Leber to L. A. Ferguson, Supply and Community Service Director.
At the same ceremony, Ferguson presented plaques to executives represent-
ing units of the bureau which have compiled exceptional safety records.

Annual Safety Trophy

Won by S&CS Bureau

The Supply and Community Serv-
ice Bureau has been awarded the
Governor-President's Annual Safety
Trophy for the calendar year 1968.
It was the fourth time this bureau has
won the award since the Canal or-
ganization's safety award plan was
inaugurated in 1953.
The trophy was presented by Gov.
W. P. Leber to L. A. Ferguson, Sup-
ply and Community Service Director,
in a ceremony held in the Balboa
Theater in the presence of Panama
Canal bureau directors, division
chiefs, and hundreds of bureau
Governor Leber pointed out that
this made the fourth time the bureau
has made "especially noteworthy
progress" in accident prevention-an
unequalled record in the history of
the trophy. The award was earned
by personnel of the bureau for having
achieved a 47 percent improvement
in its calendar year accident rate over
its own previous 3-year rate.
"I wish to congratulate you on
this commendable achievement," the
Governor said, "And request that you
convey to all concerned in the Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau
my appreciation for their splendid co-
operation in helping reduce the in-
cidence of injuries to our employees,
and for the beneficial effect it has
had in helping the Canal Zone Cov-

Appeals Chief

To Come Here

For Hearing
Maurice L. Etzell, Alternate Chair-
man, Canal Zone Board of Appeals
and an employee of the U.S. Civil
Service Commission, Washington,
D.C., will arrive on the Isthmus this
weekend to serve as Chairman of
Board of Appeals hearings here.
The Canal Zone Board of Appeals
will be conducting hearings on sev-
eral classification appeals brought by
employees of Canal Zone agencies.
The hearings will be held in Room 2,
Panama Canal Training Center,
Ancon, Monday, March 24.
With Etzell as chairman, four local
members comprise the Board of

ernment-Panama Canal Company
meet its 1968 goal in the Mission
Safety-70 Program."
The Annual Safety Trophy is
awarded by the Governor to the
bureau achieving the highest per-
centage of improvement in its dis-
abling injury frequency rate over its
own previous 3-year average rate,
providing no fatal accident was
caused in the bureau during the year
for which the award was made.
Last year the Engineering and
Construction Bureau won the trophy.
As part of the ceremony, Ferguson
presented plaques to executives repre-
senting units which have compiled
more than a million man hours with-
out a lost time accident. Plaques went
to: R. P. Laverty, general manager
of the Supply Division; H. J. Chase,
assistant superintendent of the Mar-
keting Branch; A. I. Bauman, super-
intendent of the Grounds Branch; and
H. C. Egolf, chief of the Community
Services Division.

Early Deadlines

Week of April 4

Due to the Good Friday holiday,
April 4, the SPILLWAY will be dis-
tributed Thursday that week.
This will mean a 1 day advance in
deadlines for the April 3 issue.
Material intended for use in the
April 3 issue should be in the Panama
Canal Press Office not latter than
Friday afternoon of the preceding
week. Only urgent material can be
received as late as noon Monday and
processed for use the same week.

Zone Policemen

Take Training

Courses in U.S.

Lt. Ralph C. Stone, Assistant Dis-
trict Police Commander, Cristobal,
and Lt. A. I. Hennanny, Shift Com-
mander and Training Coordinator,
Balboa, left for the United States
recently to attend 3-month courses
in Police Science-Administration.
Lieutenant Stone will attend the
Southern Police Institute, University
of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. The
course runs from March 17 to June 8.
The Southern Police Institute was
organized in 1951 to train supervisory
and administrative police personnel.
Top police educators and admin-
istrators from all parts of the United
States are sent to Louisville to teach
this course.
Lieutenant Hermanny is attending
the National Police Academy of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation in
Washington, D.C. This course runs
from March 10 to May 30. The pur-
pose of the FBI Academy is to train
officers in modern police methods,
administrative, and scientific. These
officers return to conduct in-service
training at their respective police
Chief Caddis Wall of the Canal
Zone Police has announced that nine
Canal Zone Police officers will attend
courses such as t!hee in the United
States during this and next fiscal year.

Civic Councils Report

Pet Control Amendment

Wins Community Support

Community support of the pro-
posed pet control amendment to the
Canal Zone Administration and Reg-
ulations providing greater control of
dogs, cats, and other pets of residents
of the Canal Zone, was announced at
the regular session of the U.S. Civic
Council Executive session presided
over by Gov. W. P. Leber last week.
He stated that he would approve it
and would announce an effective date
The proposed amendment is a
modification of the leash law re-
quested by some members of the
Civic Council early last year. It pro-
vides that a person who owns, keeps,
or has custody of a dog or cat that is
a public nuisance, may not permit
such animal to run at large in the
Canal Zone. It further states that a
dog or cat will be considered a public
nuisance when the owner or cus-
todian has been so notified in writing
by the Poundmaster.
The Poundmaster will decide the
animal is a public nuisance upon
receipt of such complaints as exces-
sive barking or whining, molesting

passersby, chasing vehicles, upsetting
garbage, attacking other domestic
animals, being a nuisance around
living quarters or public buildings,
and damaging property.
The new regulations will state in
part, that a dog or cat shall be con-
sidered as running at large when it
is off the premises of the living quar-
ters of its owner or custodian and is
not under the immediate control of
a person capable of managing it; or
on a leash or confined in a closed
vehicle or receptacle.
Governor Leber and members of
the Civic Councils had discussed the
ruling at previous meetings. They had
concluded that a strict leash law re-
quiring residents of the Canal Zone
to keep their pets on leashes when
leaving their masters' residences in
the Canal Zone would be unenforce-
able and useless without the full
support of the majority of the people.
It also was announced at the meet-
ing that consideration is being given
to amending the Canal Zone Admin-
istration and Regulations to include
(Continued on p. 4)

Ex-Aussie GI Returns

To Express His Thanks

Two letters written as a kindly
gesture more than 50 years ago,
brought an elderly Australian ex-
soldier half way around the world to
express his thanks.
Leslie G. Worthington, retired Aus-
tralian Army Major, who arrived in
Balboa aboard the P & O liner Orsova
from Sydney last week, wanted to
find someone to thank personally for
writing his mother in 1917 after he
traveled through the Panama Canal
en route to France aboard an Austra-
lian troopship.
In a letter written to the Panama
Canal prior to his arrival here,
Worthington said that he and other
troops en route to Europe aboard the

A letter written by his grandmother more than 50 years Worthington, a former Australian soldier, made his last
ago, is examined by Gary Dunsmoor, right, with Mr. trip through the Canal during World War I. He said his
and Mrs. Leslie G. Worthington aboard the SS "Orsova." most recent trip was more comfortable.

transport Themistocles tossed notes
overboard at Gatun Locks asking the
finders to write their mothers and
relatives back home in Australia
saying that they had seen them and
they were well.
His mother had received two let-
ters, one written by the late Mrs.
Alex Lowande, whose husband was
an employee at Gatun Locks at that
time and the other from Mrs. Adolf
Stellhorn, who was living in the town
of Gatun. Both women said in their
letters that they had gone down to
the locks to watch the Australian
transport pass through and had
picked up the notes thrown over-
board by Worthington, then a soldier
of 21. Both women told Mrs. Worth-
ington that he looked well and happy.
When the Orsova arrived in Balboa
last week, one of the first persons to
greet Worthington and his wife was
Gary Dunsmoor, an employee of the
Panama Canal Personnel Bureau. He
is the grandson of Mrs. Lowande
and her only relative still living on
the Isthmus. No records could be
found on the Stellhorn family.
Worthington presented the letter
written by his grandmother to Duns-
moor saying that it had made his late
mother very happy and something
that he and his family would always
remember, along with other pleasant
memories of the Panama Canal.
He recalled that he had been
wounded during the war and had
been sent back to Australia where he
had lived ever since. He remained in
the Australian Army, served in Aus-
tralia during World War II and had
been retired with the rank of a major
in 1951.
The Worthingtons were making a
trip around the world aboard the
Orsova as members of a 1,000-strong
Australian Women's Weekly World
Discovery Tour of 1969. This was the
first trip out of Australia for Mrs.
(Continued on p. 4)

March 21, 1969


Congratulations on being promoted to his present rank are accepted by
Lt. Col. James Phillips, MSC, USA, from Gov. W. P. Leber during a
ceremony in the office of the Canal Zone Health Director. The new lieu-
tenant colonel, a native of Booneville, Ark., has served as an assistant to the
Health Director since July 1966. He will return to the United States for
reassignment this summer.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday,
March 22, 1969

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:25 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Thomas Crown Affair (A)
Tues., 8:00 p.m.-Jazz Festival (AYC)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-The Magnificent
Seven (AY)
Fri., 6:15, 8:00 p.m.-To Kill A Dragon

Sat.-Pink Jungle (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-99
mins.)-Thunderbirds Are Go (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Charge Of The Light Brigade
Tues.-Farmer Takes A Wife (AYC)
Wed.-The Shuttered Room (A)
Thurs.-Doomsday Flight (AY)
Fri.-The Private Navy Of Sergeant
O'Farrell (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-This
Island Earth (AYC)

Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Challenge For Robin
Hood (AYC)
Sun.-Wicked Dreams Of Paula Schultz
Tues.-The Shuttered Room (A)
Wed.-Charge Of The Light Brigade (A)
Fri.-Doomsday Flight (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Showdown

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Petulia (A)
Mon.-In Enemy Country (A)
Tues.-Wed.-Sweet November (A)
Thurs.-One Man's Way (AYC)
Fri.-Attack On The Iron Coast (AYC)

Sat.-Countdown (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-110
mins.)-Born Free (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Booml (A)
Tues.-Dead Heat On Merry-Go-Round
Wed.-Vengeance Of Fu Manchu (AY)
Thurs.-Matchless (A)
Fri.-Challenge For Robin Hood (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-One
Million Years B.C. (AY)

Sat.-Lili (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-95
mins.)-Arizona Raiders (AYC)
Sun.-Secret Life Of An American Wife
Tues.-Matchless (A)
Thurs.-Vengeance Of Fu Manchu (AY)
Fri.-Pink Jungle (AY)

Special Matinees

(R), AYC or as Listed ***
Saturday, March 22, 1969
10:00 a.m.
The Big Store-Marx Brothers, Tony Mar-
tin: Enjoy this wacky comedy in a large
department store. (SIT.) T-86 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Perils Of Pauline-Pat Boone, Pamela
Austin: Two foundlings grow up in an
orphanage and swear their undying love
to each other. (Technicolor.)
T-105 mins.

6:15 p.m.
Walk The Proud Land-Audie Murphy, Pat
Crowley: He restored peace to the Red-
skins and forced the surrender of Gero-
nimo. (Color.) T-94 mins.

2:00 p.m.
For The Love Of Mike-Richard Basehart,
Stu Erwin: A little boy and a kindly old
priest both have dreams and they come
true. (Color.) T-90 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Winter A Go-Go-James Stacy, Beverly
Adams: A musical drama of a young man
who inherits a ski lodge. (SIT.) (Color.)
AY. T-91 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Guns Of The Navarone-Gregory Peck,
David Niven: Six men on an "impossi-
ble" mission to destroy two huge guns.
(SIT.) (Color.) T-163 mins.
OAII night shows begin at 7:00 p.m. ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

March 24 the Tivoli is having
Oriental Night at the Monday Night
Buffet. You will be delighted with our
menu: chicken chop suey, Chinese
fried rice, sweet and sour pork,
tossed salad with Tivoli dressing,
relish tray, micha rolls and butter,
assorted pastries, beverage.
Call and make your reservations.
The telephone number is 2-2111.
Seatings at 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30 p.m.
Price: Adults $1.50 and children $1.

Rainbow Girls

Fashion Show
A fashion show sponsored by the
Balboa Assembly No. 1 of the Rain-
bow Girls will be held March 30 at
2 p.m. in the Seabreeze Lounge of
the Balboa YMCA.
Tickets are on sale at $1 each and
may be purchased at the door of the
lounge on the day of the show. For
further information call Miss Nancy
Boyd, Balboa 4201.

Civic Council

Fashion Show
The Santa Cruz Civic Council is
sponsoring a tea and fashion show
at Club "77 Sunset Strip" in Santa
Cruz Sunday, March 23, at 3 p.m.
Admission is $1 for adults and 35
cents for children under 12 years
of age.
Proceeds from his activity will be
used to finance community projects.


By Emily J. Price

In 1227 A.D. Genghis Khan died
leaving a vast empire that stretched
from the Caucasus to the China Sea.
His grandson sought to extend this
empire eastward through Russia and
Europe. The exciting story of the
great Mongol invasion is told in a
novel by Cecelia Holland, Until the
Sun Falls. The Mongol leaders, their
wives and children are all depicted
and these nomads who considered
war the chief occupation of man
come vividly to life.
Truman Capote's The Thanks-
giving Visitor is a very short book,
hardly a long short story. It is beau-
tifully done, however, and describes
an incident in the life of a small boy
on a Southern farm. There his chief
friend is an elderly spinster cousin
who helps him through a childhood
crisis. The cousin, Miss Sook, is a
winning character, as individual and
memorable as Holly Golightly in
"Breakfast at Tiffany's."
In her new novel The Gold and
Silver Hooks, Ruth Moore tells a saga
of New England family life through
generations and gives a superb por-
trait of a woman blessed and cursed

by personal integrity. This well
written novel is told with warmth
and humor.
The Angry Ocean by Ronald
Johnston concerns a very angry ocean
indeed. A volcanic island explodes
creating a 300-foot wave. In its path
is a supertanker, the largest ship in
the world, on its maiden voyage.
The crucial moment is the ultimate
test of the ship, the men who built
her, and the men who sail her. Sus-
pense and interesting detail about
the ship make this a good adventure
Martin Mayer is a freelance writer
who has written novels and books on
Wall Street, law, and education, as
well as many magazine articles. All
You Know is Facts is his new book
which collects many of the articles
on various topics. Here's the story of
the great Hertz-Avis advertising
battle and what was behind it, an
account of a day in the life of Mr.
Kenneth, the hairdresser, a big dis-
cussion of mutual funds overseas, and
many more. It's interesting, inside-
sounding gossip.

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:50-Wrestling From The Olympic
2:40-Parade of Sports
4:35-Pentagon Forum
5:05-American Sportsman
6:00-Weekend '69
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-The Joey Bishop Show
7:40-Get Smart
8:10-SCN News
8:15-The Hollywood Palace
9:05-Canal Zone Calendar
9:10-"My Favorite Martian"
9:35-Lawrence Welk
10:30-Focus On Today
10:45-Boxing From The Olympic
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-Danny Kaye
3:05-Cartoon Carnival (Barney
Google and Krazy Kat)
3:25-On Campus
3:55-CBS Golf Classic
4:45-The Mike Douglas Show
6:40-Jeff's Collie
7:05-Milton Berle Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Americans At Work
9:15-The Beautiful Phyllis Diller
10:05-The 20th Century
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart

4:15-"My Favorite Martian"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News

Mrs. Edward V. Amason displays her husband's new part in the ceremony are, from left: Lt. Ralph C. Stone,
police lieutenant's badge during promotion ceremonies assistant district police commander; Lt. Amason, and
at the Cristobal Central Police Station. Others taking Chief of Police Gaddis Wall.

5:05-Afternoon (Movie of the Week)
"Get On With It"
5:30-Wide Wide World
6:30-Andy Griffith
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Rowan & Martins Laugh-in
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Ben Casey
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Tonite Show
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45--"Mark" (Navy Film)
4:15-"The Real McCoys"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Get On With It"
5:30-G.E. College Bowl
6:30-The Cowsills (Special)
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Jerry Lewis Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Desilu Playhouse
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater
"Get On With It"
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-"The Real McCoys"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Get On With It"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:30-Vietnam Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Down to the Sea in Ships"
10:00-The Third Man
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Danny Thomas Show
4:15-Danny Thomas Show
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Get On With It"
6:30-Bob Cummings Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-USO Show: "Robin and the
Woodsmen" (Live)
9:20-Hallmark Hall of Fame:
"Bagle in a Cage"
10:40-Focus On Today
11:00-Paris Precinct: "Acid Case"
4:15-"Andy Griffith"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Get On With It"
5:30-Since Wars Begin
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Melody Ranch
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Operation Entertainment
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Dark Command"
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-Paragon Playhouse

The driver of a car which has en-
tered an intersection has the right-
of-way over a car approaching the
intersection from a different direc-
tion, but it pays to be courteous.

March 21, 1969

Page 3


James Shirley Named

Housing Branch Chief
James R. Shirley, manager of the
Housing Branch, Northern District,
since 1964, has been appointed super-
intendent of the Housing Branch
replacing Robert H. Miller who
retired last month.
It also was announced that Edward
B. Webster, assistant housing manager
at Balboa, was named housing man-
ager at Cristobal.
Shirley has been with the Canal
organization since 1940 when he was
employed as a gasoline attendant
in the Supply Division at Balboa
Heights. In 1942 he transferred to
Pedro Miguel as a junior utility fore-
man. After 3 years service in the
U.S. Navy, he was reemployed in his
old job in the Supply Department. James R. Shirley
A short time later, he was promoted
to clerk in the Housing Division,
Community Services Bureau. *
All his service since that time has
been with Housing where he has held
the positions of housing management
aid, housing manager, administrative -.
assistant, assistant housing manager
and then manager of the Cristobal
housing office.
Webster also came to the Canal in
1940 and was employed as a store-
keeper in the Dredging Division in
what was then Municipal Engineer-
ing. After holding positions as
clerk and property supply clerk in
this Division Webster transferred to
the Supply and Fiscal Department of
the U.S. Naval Station at Rodman,
remaining there until 1961. At this
time he was reemployed as housing
project assistant in the Supply Divi-
sion at Balboa. He was promoted to
housing project manager in 1966. Edward B. Webster

Federation of Women

Pays Visit to Canal

Members of the newly formed
Panama affiliate of the Federation of
Business and Professional Women's
Club and sister-members from Mia-
mi and San Jos6, Costa Rica visited
points of interest in the Canal Zone
and made a partial transit of the
Canal recently.
Founded in 1930, the organization
has approximately 300,000 members
in 27 countries and associate mem-
bers in six other countries. Its aims
are to promote friendly relations and
understanding among business and
professional women in all parts of
the world and to make available the
use of specialized knowledge and
economic and technical skill of these

Concerts Slated

By Symphonette,

Choral Society
The Isthmian Choral Society and
the Canal Zone Symphonette will
present concerts on both sides of the
Isthmus March 23 and March 30.
The first presentation will be at
the First Isthmian Baptist Church at
Cristobal Sunday, March 23, at 2:30
Selections on the program include:
Requiem by Gabriel Faure, Anthem
for Spring, by Pietro Mascagni, Bee-
thoven's Egmont Overture, the first
movement of Schubert's Unfinished
Symphony, and The Heavens are
Telling the Glory of God, by Haydn.
The same program will be given
at the Balboa Union Church Sunday,
March 30, at 7:30 p.m. Edward R.
Carwithcn, Cristobal High School
Music Director, is directing the

She's a gossip with a chronic con-
dition called rumortism.

women in programs and activities of
world government organizations. In
addition to these aims, the women
feel that by enriching their lives in
this manner, they will be more suc-
cessful in their efforts towards their
Among the beneficial activities
carried on by the international group
is the granting of scholarships to
deserving college students. Miss Ligia
Diaz, a member of the Canal Zone
Guide Service, has the distinction of
being the first scholarship recipient
from Panama. Miss Diaz, who was
attending Saint Rose College in Al-
bany, N.Y., was awarded the scholar-
ship twice in a row and was the first
foreign student to be selected at that
Miss Diaz was called upon several
times to attend meetings of the busi-
ness and professional women in that
district and gave talks about life in

Sp5c. Paul W. Richards, 20, son of
Balboa Police District Commander
Capt. and Mrs. Howard C. Richards,
during recent ceremonies at Fort
Davis, was awarded three medals for
service in Vietnam.
Now attached to the 193d Aviation
Company at Albrook, AFB as train-
ing NCO, Richards received the
Bronze Star, Army Commendations
Medal, and Air Medal.
The fourth highest award for
bravery in action, the Bronze Star
Medal was awarded for his actions
in March 1968 while with the 145th
Aviation Battalion as helicopter crew
Richards' helicopter was assigned
to remove armaments from a downed
gunship. He and the gunner were on
the ground when they and their heli-
copter came under heavy small arms
fire from the Viet Cong.
The helicopter was forced away
when the pilot was wounded. Rich-
ards and the gunner spent the entire
night evading a battalion of Viet

3-Day Jazz


The First International Jazz Fes-
tival-a joint effort between the United
States and Panama-will be held
March 24, 25, and 26 at three differ-
ent locations on the Isthmus.
Cosponsored by the Panama Jazz
Club and the U.S. Embassy through
the State Department's Cultural Pre-
sentations Program, the first concert
will be at the Colegio Javier Audi-
torium in Panama City. The second
will be in the Balboa Theater in the
Canal Zone and the last concert will
be given at the Colon Theater, on
the Atlantic side of the Isthmus.
Each concert will begin at 8 p.m.
Admission will be $2.
Participating in the 3-day concert
series will be the Jac Murphy Trio
from Southern Methodist University
in Texas; the Mauricio Smith Quartet;
Clarence Martin Combo; the Gene
White group and jazz vocalist Juanita
McDaniels. The master of ceremonies
will be Harold Berry, better known
as "Zaggy."
The Jac Murphy Trio won first
place in the "combo" division of the
regional Collegiate Jazz Festival at
Mobile, Ala., in February 1968, and
later received top honors in the
National Inter-Collegiate Jazz Fes-
tival at St. Louis, Mo.
Since then, they have appeared
with such pro jazz artists as Cannon-
ball Adderley, Theolonious Monk,
and Herbie Mann.
While in Panama, the trio will
make brief appearances on Panama
TV Channels 2 and 4, and conduct a
jazz workshop at the Panamanian-
North American Association.

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rescued the next

He was in Vietnam from April 1967
to April 1968. The Air Medal is given
for a minimum of 25 combat missions
and the Army Commendations Medal
for Vietnam service.
Captain and Mrs. Richards have
another son, Sp4c. Bruce E. Richards
who is now in Vietnam with the

Maj. John D. Hayes, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gardner Hayes of Margarita,
was recently awarded the First Oak
Leaf Cluster and Citation for out-
standing performance of duty as
Field Medical Service Instructor, and
as "chairman, Medical Committee,
U.S. Army School of the Americas,
Fort Gulick, C.Z. Major Hayes of
the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps,
attended Canal Zone schools, grad-
uating from Cristobal High School
in 1954. He graduated from the
University of Southern Mississippi in
1958. Major Hayes was awarded the
Army Commendation Medal in 1965.
He served with the 1st Cavalry Divi-
sion in Korea for 1 year and is
presently with the 1st Air Cavalry
Division in Vietnam.

605th Transportation Company. He
is expected to return in January.
Sp5c. Richards was graduated from
Balboa High School in 1966 and en-
listed in the Army in August 1966
for 4 years.

Midshipman F. J. Garavanta, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Garavanta
of Balboa, has recently attained out-
standing achievement in his course
of studies at the U.S. Merchant Ma-
rine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y.
As a reward for his superior accom-
plishments, Midshipman Garavanta is
now allowed to wear the scholastic
silver star insignia on all his uniforms
in designation of the honor he has
attained. The scholastic star is
awarded to those midshipmen who
attain a quality point average of at
least 3.00 out of a possible 4.00.
While at the Academy, Midship-
man Garavanta, will pursue a rigor-
ous academic curriculum encompass-
ing such courses as English, calculus,
chemistry, physics, thermodynamics,
electrical engineering, economics,
and marine insurance, as well as
courses directly pertaining to the
study of Moder Marine Engineer-
ing. To further round out his train-
ing, he also studies navigation, sea-
menship, basic damage control, and
Naval science.
Upon graduation in June 1969,
Midshipman Garavanta will be .li-
censed by the U.S. Coast Guard as a
Third Assistant Engineer in the Mer-
chant Marine, receive a bachelor of
science degree and a commission as
Ensign in the U.S. Naval Reserve.
He is a graduate of Balboa High

Pacific Red Cross

Caps Volunteers

The Canal Zone Chapte
American Red Cross, Pac
held a capping ceremony fo
volunteers who completed
Cross training course recently
teer Service Awards also w
ented at the ceremony w
held at the Chapter House i
Mrs. L. F. Griffin, Cha
Volunteers, opened the cerer
introduced Frank A. Castle
man of the Canal Zone Cl
the American Red Cross,
comed the new volunteers.
Mrs. Evelyn Koperski, Ho
ing instructor and former cha
the Nursing Program, capr
new volunteer. Castles presi
pins and led the volunteers ii
the Volunteer Pledge.
The following new Re
volunteers were capped:
Marjorie Andrecht, France
Judith Ashworth, Christir
Sharlene Baugh, Ethel Bi

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American Red Cross volunteers who were capped and Gorgas Hospital and at clinics and dispensari
received pins at a ceremony at the Red Cross Chapter Army posts. Volunteer Service Awards were
House in Ancon recently. The new volunteers work at sented at the ceremony.

*r of the Browne, Arline Caloca, Wononah
ific area, Carey, Margarita Castro, Sandra
r 53 new Childress, Verda Chrouch, Kathleen
I a Red Cota, Elizabeth Denning, Karen Er-
y. Volun- linger, Dorothy Friedman, Jewel
ere pres- Gardner, Jerry Gilmore, Dolores
which was Givens, Marie Goodrich, Harriett
n Ancon. Haas, Maria Haas, Pauline Hathaway,
irman of Bonnie Howard, Shirley Lewis, Dean
nony and Mallard, Alicia Martinez, Winifred
s, Chair- Michael, Patrica Mumma, Kathy
chapter of Munday, Loretta Nesbitt, Dee Ann
who wel- Novoa, Florence Ortega, Ana Rogers,
Martha Smith, Sally Smith, Ruby
me Nurs- Staples, Irma Stein, Linda Toney,
airman of Xina Tuerke, Rita Vasquez, Anne
ed each Verfurth, Esther Ways, Paula Web-
ented the ber, Carol York, Carol Ankunding,
n reciting Gladys Davis, Alex Erixon, Naomi
Hoffman, Doris Lewis, June Lewis,
d Cross Muriel Manley, and Ramona Moore.
Castles presented a 10-Year pin
as Arbizu, and Certificate of Appreciation to
ne Bass, Mrs. Koperski and a 1,500-Hour
11, Ethel Certificate and Certificate of Appre-
ciation to Mrs. Conrad Maner, secre-
tary of the Chapter.
Hours certificate were presented
to the following volunteers: Mrs.
Teresa Reece, 2,500 hours; Mrs.
Minotte Johnson, 2,000 hours; Mrs.
Cecilia Cook, 1,500 hours; Miss
Yvonne Este, Mrs. H. W. Stanbury
and Mrs. J. E. Stratman, 1,000 hours.
A certificate for more than 500 hours
S service was presented to Mrs. L. F.
Certificates for 500 hours service
were awarded to Miss Velma Burgess,
Miss Doris Greene, Mrs. Leonora
Hinds; Mrs. Harvey Mayse, former
chairman of volunteers; Mrs. K. Frith,
Gorgas Hospital chairman; Mrs. A. J.
Lavalle, Howard AFB chairman and
Mrs. R. L. Sellers, Albrook chairman.
American Red Cross volunteers
work at Gorgas Hospital, in all
es in the departments, and clinics and dispen-
also pre- A p .
series in the Army posts.



March 21, 1969

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a regulation requiring persons operat-
ing or riding a motorcycle or motor
driven cycle registered in the Canal
Zone to wear protective headgear.
A draft of the change was circulated
and discussed and also will be taken
up with the Latin American Civic
Councils. A tentative effective date
of June 1, 1969, was mentioned.
The need for a service elevator at
Gorgas Hospital, housing, street light-
ing, and renovation of the Balboa
Service Center were some of the other
subjects discussed at the meeting.
Dr. Theodoro Arias, representing
Ancon-Balboa Heights, asked for an
investigation into the need for a serv-
ice elevator at the new Corgas Hos-
pital Building. He said the present
elevators were not only unsatisfac-
tory, overworked, and inefficient but
that the hospital badly needed a
separate service elevator. lHe felt that
it was poor hospital practice to carry
garbage, food, patients, and visitors
in the same lift.
Governor Leber suggested that
something might be done about

Hi there:
Edward and Evelyn Reynolds have
had their son Joe and his wife and
daughter visiting them for the past
few weeks. Joe, a former stand-out
athlete at Balboa High School and
Canal Zone College, is home for the
first time in 7 years.
Sa0 0
Betty Farrell is planning to attend
the grand horse show in the David
Fair in Chiriqui Province this week-
end. Some of the finest horses in the
Republic of Panama will be exhibited
and a trick riding show will be
included in the program.
Tony Kucikas and Ray Caldwell
are looking for some good cocobolo
wood, one of the hardest woods
found locally. However, our man in
Maintenance didn't say what they
plan to do with this if and when they
find the wood.

An Army colonel due to leave for
the States soon is trying to sell his
very, very sleek green sportscar. He
says he will take anywhere from
$1,800 to $10,000 depending on the

Our readers can look forward to a
photograph of a mosquito stomach in
this column shortly. This has been
promised to us by Jim MacLaren of
the Sanitation Division.
Randy Colclasure is looking for a
wrench he lost at Gatun Locks last
week. He should talk to Paul Roz-
meski and if that doesn't help, call
the FBI.

Jerry Halsall for having the largest
sideburns in the Civil Affairs Building.
0 a a
The United Fund presentation for
this summer will be "Showboat" and
according to the fellows in the Elks
Club almost all the players in the
Pacific Softball League are going to
try out for a part in the play. They
are under the impression that it is
the story of a fancy-dan baseball star.
a 0
The last note of interest that we
received just before going to print
was that Genghis Khan is not dead-
he was having dinner at the Tivoli
last night.

setting aside one of the three eleva-
tors in the main bank as a service
elevator and said the matter would be
examined. He also would look into
the idea of a separate service elevator.
Both Dr. Arias and Miss Dor-
othy Hannigan, representing Diablo
Heights, complained of inadequate
luncheonette facilities at Gorgas Hos-
pital and said there was not enough
space there to store all the food
needed for the large number of cus-
In answer to a query on the back-
ground of housing construction on
the Atlantic side, made by Mrs. Majel
Reinheimer of the Margarita Coun-
cil, Governor Leber remarked that
what had happened in the past was
of little importance now. He has in
the past and would continue to push
for additional and better housing in
all Canal Zone communities and had
been successful in such things as the
construction of the new Gorgas Hos-
pital apartments and remodeling of
older buildings. So far additional
funds for new houses had not been
authorized by Congress.
Referring to quarters rehabilita-
tion, Mrs. Doris Sanders, president of
the Margarita Council, said that she
had a number of questions concerning
possible increase of rent on these
quarters; whether the present tenants
would get back their own apartments
and amount of time for rehabilitation
and time schedule for the work.
The Governor said he would take
up these questions and that the quar-
ters would be rehabilitated over a
period of time with vacant apart-
ments being repaired first. He felt
that individual problems such as
imminent retirement and other per-
sonal factors could be considered.
Governor Leber remarked that the
Balboa Service Center needed many
improvements but that most of them
would not be feasible in a building
so old. The solution would be con-
struction of a new building. So far
funds were not available. A study is
being made of this and other similar
Following a question by Phillip
Larke, president of the Gamboa Civic
Council, there was a general dis-
cussion of the problem faced by many
Canal Zone residents of being unable
to vote in United States elections.
Governor Leber said U.S.-citizen em-
ployees must establish residence in
the United States in order to vote.

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Worthington, who also was born and
raised Down Under.
The couple took their first trip to-
gether through the Panama Canal
Friday and then made a tour of the
Atlantic side as the guests of the Pan-
ama Canal Guide Service. One of
the high lights of the tour was a visit
to Gatun Locks which Worthington
had first seen from the deck of a trans-
port so many years ago.
He said that the prospect of re-
turning to the Panama Canal was one
of the big thrills of his life but added
that traveling aboard the Orsova was
quite a bit more comfortable and
pleasant than the troop ship of long



Tryouts for an old-fashioned melo-
drama by the Cristobal Little Theatre
group will be held 7 p.m. March 24,
25, 26, and 27 at the theater. There
will be a variety of parts for both
men and women.
Friday, March 28, will be Movie
Night at the Cristobal Little Theatre.
"Old Tyme" movies of W. C. Fields
will be shown. Admission will be $1
for adults and 50 cents for children.

Electrical Division
Frederick B. Hill, Central Office Re-
pairman to Leader Central Office
Richard R. Potter, Electrical Engi-
neer (General) to Supervisory Elec-
trical Engineer (General) .
Frederick II. Smith, Supervisory
Electrical Engineer (General),
(Supervisory of Northern District,
Electrical Work), to Supervisory
Electrical Engineer (General),
(Chief, Electrical Work Branch).
Janes P. Bradley, Electrician to
Leader Electrician.
Richard Swearingen, Leader Elec-
trician to Lead Foreman Elec-
Frank S. Flumach, Electrician to In-
strument Mechanic (Electrical).
Ernest E. Berger, Instrument Me-
chanic (Electrical) to Lead Fore-
man (Electrical Instrument Re-
Constant W. Chase, Supervisory
Electrical Engineer (General),
(Assistant Electrical Engineer), to
Supervisory Electrical Engineer
(General), (Electrical Engineer).
Dredging Division
Arnold S. Hudgins, General Foreman
Electrician (Lineman) to Chief
Foreman (Electrical Navigation
Jos6 M. L6pez, Laborer (Heavy) to
Charles R. Gibson, Lead Foreman
Electrician to General Foreman
Electrician (Lineman).
Alfred Hylton, Painter (Maintenance)
to Painter.
Richard M. Vosburgh, Construction
and Maintenance Superintendent
(Rivers and Harbors) to Construc-
tion and Maintenance Superinten-
dent (Rivers and Harbors), (Assist-
ant Chief, Support Branch).
Herbert E. Daniel, Painter (Mainte-
nance) to Leader Painter.
Jack D. Brown, Core Drill Operator
(Subaqueous) to Leader Core Drill
Operator (Subaqueous).
William C. Jordan, Master, Small
Tug, to Chief Engineer, Towboat.
Isaac Brooks, Seaman to Forgeman.
David A. Landis, Master, Small Tug,
to Master, Towboat.
Victor C. Melant, Construction and
Maintenance Superintendent (Riv-
ers and Harbors) to Construction
and Maintenance Superintendent
(Rivers and Harbors), (Chief, Sup-
port Branch).
Engineering Division
Jorge T. Aleman, Electrical Engineer
to Electrical Engineer (Power Sys-
Dorothy H. Benny, Office Services
Supervisor (Typing) to Administra-
tive Officer.
Gladstone B. Gordon, File Clerk
(Typing) to Office Services Super-
visor (Typing).
Maintenance Division
Carlyle S. Barb, Clerk (Work Order)
to Clerk.
Jorge G. Long, Apprentice (Refrig-
eration and Air-Conditioning Me-
chanic) to Refrigeration and Air-
Conditioning Mechanic.
Reginaldo Urriola, Helper (General)
to Pipelayer.
Carl M. Caton, Learner (Helper Re-
frigeration and Air-Conditioning
Mechanic) to Helper Refrigeration
and Air-Conditioning Mechanic.
George Rahn, Instrument Mechanic
(General) to Leader Instrument
Mechanic (General).
Enos A. Williams, Seaman, Naviga-
tion Division, to Maintenanceman.
FlorianoWaytoti, Linehandler (Deck-
hand), Navigation Division, to
Library Aid.
Police Division
William R. Thrift, Detective to Police
William F. Kessler, Police Sergeant
to Police Lieutenant.
Howard J. Marks, Police Private to
Karl D. Glass, Police Technician II
to Supervisory Police Technician
Clemente B. Ara, Guard (Typing) to
Clerk-Typist (Correctional).
Rexford R. Inniss, Clerk-Typist to
Clerk-Typist (Correctional).
Lester S. Chase, William Lawrence,
Jerome A. Yearwod, John R.
Bovell, Roy L. Bell, Alexander H.
Boxswill, Reuben J. Davy, Erell
C. Alexis, Hubert L. Gould, Ernel
P. Regist, Hubert S. Wilson, Guard
to Guard (Correctional).
Postal Division
Charles A. McGlade, Distribution

and Window Clerk to Clerk, Mail-
ing Section.
Charles H. Louis, Finance Branch Su-
perintendent to Foreman, Window
Services, Balboa.
Frank P. Sullivan, Finance Branch
Superintendent to Relief Super-
visor, Balboa.
Harold A. Blackwell, Distribution
and Window Clerk to Relief Su-
pervisor, Balboa.
Fire Division
Aubrey C. Baxter, Messenger (Motor
Vehicle Operator, Supply Division,
to Firefighter.
Division of Schools
George B. Dany, Hector H. SAnchez,
Recreation Aid to Recreation
Robert F. Dahlstrom, Educational
Coordinator (Electronic Data) to
Supervisor (Educational Data Pro-
Louise D. Russon, Recreation Assist-
ant to Swimming Pool Manager.
Customs Division
Ava. 0. Howell, Clerk-Typist to Clerk
Lois K. Thomas, Clerk-Typist to Bud-
get Clerk (Typing).
Mary A. Williford, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher to Secretary (Stenography).
Robert J. Best, Distribution and
Window Clerk, Substitute, Postal
Division, to Customs Enforcement
Division of Preventive Medicine
Delorita L. Stevens, Diana R. L6pez,
Conrado A. Bennett, Clerk-Typist
(Stenographer Trainee) to Clerk-
Gorgas Hospital
Sandra E. Hendy, Ward Clerk to
Clinic Clerk.
Joseph N. Brown, Hospital Food
Service Worker to Assistant Meat
Guillermo Ar6valo, Nursing Assistant
to Nursing Assistant (Operating
Alfonso Robles, Hospital Attendant
to Hospital Food Service Worker.
Victor Lama, Hospital Resident, 3d
Year, to Hospital Resident, 4th
Zella Austin, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee), Gorgas Hospital.
Rail A. G6mez, Food Service Worker
(Heavy) to Hospital Food Service
Coco Solo Hospital
Darwin M. Archibold, Nursing Assist-
ant to Nursing Assistant (Medicine
and Surgery).
Shirley A. Boswell, Supervisory Med-
ical Supply Clerk to Supervisory
Supply Technician.
Nancy C. Leadbetter, Clinical Nurse
to Operating Room Nurse.
Donald G. Schmidt, Economist, Exe-
cutive Planning Staff.
Ellen W. Mallia, Clerk, Administra-
tive Services Division.
Jaime O. Mendoza, Student Trainee
(Accounting), Office of the Comp-
troller, Accounting Division.
William Raveneau, Horace B. Head-
ley, Office of the Comptroller, Ac-
counting Division.
Stephen A. Bissell, Supervisory Oper-
ating Accountant, Office of the
Comptroller, Accounting Division.
Roy J. MeLenan, Student Trainee
(General Administration), Person-
nel Bureau, Cooperative Education
Clyde T. Thompson, Francis T.
Young, Marine Traffic Controller
Assistant, Marine Bureau, Naviga-
tion Division.
Darell K. Seymour, Leland D. Snider,
Philip M. -Wilkins, Admeasurer,
Marine Bureau, Navigation Divi-
Cyrus W. Field, Production Super.
intendent, Marine Bureau, Naviga-
tion Division.
Charles A. Barnes, John Jackman,
Supply Clerk, Marine Bureau, In-
dustrial Division.
Muriel D. Mizrachi, Secretary (Sten-
ography), Transportation and Ter-
minals Bureau, Terminals Division.
Reinaldo A. Luna, Clerk, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Bureau, Rail-
road Division.
Hayman A. Zamora, Gilberto A. Ro.
driguez, John W. Anderson, Vernal
S. Jones, Carlos E. Brown, Service
Station Attendant, Transportation
and Terminals Bureau, Motor
Transportation Division.
Donald Ponder, Employee Develop-
ment Specialist, Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau, Office of
Reinaldo O. Prescott, Student Trainee

(Housing Management), Supply
and Community Service Bureau,
Community Services Division.
Irene Philpotts, Sales Store Clerk,
Supply and Community Service
Bureau, Supply Division.
Wilford R. Dixon, Jr., Retail Store
Manager, Supply and Community
Service Bureau, Supply Division.
Henry J. Chase, General Marketing
Officer (Assistant Superintendent,
Marketing Branch), Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Sup-
ply Division.
George B. Erskine, Albert D. Farrell,
Accounting Clerk, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Sup-
ply Division.
Luis Gordon, Miguel Mitchell, Lloyd
Copeland, Winston H. Blades, Le-
roy A. Durant, Leonard F. Wright,
Dudley H. Trotman, Claudius L.
Iphill, Roberto M. Belgrave, Serv-
ice Station Attendant, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Sup-
ply Division.
Ruthwin Samuels, Assistant Retail
Complex Manager, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Sup-
ply Division.
Eric L. Shaw, Supply Clerk, Supply
and Community Service Bureau,
Supply Division.
Frank L. Ostrander, Retail Store
Manager, Supply and Community
Service Bureau, Supply Division.
Albert A. Roach, Supervisory Sales
Store Clerk, Supply and Commu-
nity Bureau, Supply Division.
Yolanda O. Stephens, Clerk-Typist
(Stenographer Trainee), Supply
and Community Service Bureau,
Supply Division.
Mayra I. Calder6n, Student Trainee
(Information and Arts), Supply
and Community Service Bureau,
Supply Division.
Leland Truick, Supply Clerk, Supply
and Community Service Bureau,
Supply Division.
Norma M. Faulkner, Clerk-Stenog-
rapher, Supply and Community
Service Bureau, Supply Division.
Arisa D. Batista, Clerk-Typist (Sten-
ographer Trainee), Supply and
Community Service Division, Sup-
ply Division.
Thurman W. Napier, Michael S.
Klipper, Inventory Management
Specialist, Supply and Community
Service Bureau, Division of Store-
Hubert C. Schroeter, Electrical En-
gineer (General), Engineering and
Construction Bureau, Electrical
Thomas W. Grimison, Architect, En-
gineering and Construction Bureau,
Engineering Division.
Alice B. Lowery, File Clerk, Engi-
neering and Construction Bureau,
Engineering Division.
Ernesto Blake, Supply Clerk, Engi-
neering and Construction Bureau,
Sea Level Canal Support Division.
Albert G. Brown, Victor L. Brown,
Frederick R. White, Randall G.
Thompson, Alberto Jimenez, Vi-
lando B. Wynter, Guard, Civil
Affairs Bureau, Police Division.
Patricia K. Blades, Tamara Del C.
Bajandas, Clerk-Typist (Stenog-
rapher Trainee), Civil Affairs Bu-
reau, Division of Schools.
Lois K. Thomas, Budget Clerk (Typ-
ing), Civil Affairs Bureau, Customs
Virginia K. Fong, Angelina R.
Bloemer, Clinical Nurse, Health
Bureau, Division of Preventive
Ana R. Comer, Supervisory Public
Health Nurse, Health Bureau, Di-
vision of Preventive Medicine.
Alberto Turner, Leroy J. Knights,
Ashton L. Wilson, Medical Aid
(Sterile Supplies), Health Bureau,
Gorgas Hospital.
Lorenzo Jos6, Nursing Assistant
(Medicine and Surgery), Health
Bureau, Gorgas Hospital.
Linda M. Childs, Medical Radiology
Technician (Diagnosis), Health
Bureau, Gorgas Hospital.
Xiomara I. Lombardo, Clerk-Typist
(Stenographer Trainee), Health
Bureau, Gorgas Hospital.
Milciades Prescott, Nursing Assistant
(Operating Room), Health Bureau,
Gorgas Hospital.
Carolyn B. Christoph, Clinical Nurse
(Training), Health Bureau, Coco
Solo Hospital.
Carmen E. Allen, Dental Assistant,
Health Bureau, Coco Solo Hos-
Joyce D. Mills, Dietitian, Health Bu-
reau, Coco Solo Hospital.
Donald R. Lohse, Hospital Admin-
istrative Officer, Health Bureau,
Corozal Hospital.
Frank De S. Vanterpool, Supply
Clerk, Health Bureau, Corozal

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Vol. VII, No. 40 Mds de 50 Arios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 21 de Marzo de 1969

TroFeo del Gobernador

Gana A. y S. Comunales

La Direeci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales ha conquistado el
Trofeo Anual de Seguridad del
Cobernador-Presidente para el ano
calendario de 1968. Ha sido la cuarta
vez que esta direcci6n ha ganado el
premio desde que fue inaugurado el
plan de premios de seguridad por la
organizaci6n del Canal en 1953.
El trofeo fue entregado por el
Cobernador W. P. Leber a L. A.
Ferguson, Director de Abastos y Ser-
vicios Comunales, en una ceremonia
celebrada en el Teatro de Balboa en
presencia de los jefes de direcci6n

Hay Festival


De Jazz Aqui
El Primer Festival Internacional de
Jazz-un esfuerzo conjunto entire Pa-
nanm y los Estados Unidos-se cele-
brarit los dias 24, 25 y 26 de marzo
en tres lugares diferentes en el Istmo.
Copatrocinado por el Club de Jazz
de Panaman y la Embajada de los Es-
tados Unidos a trav6s del Prograina
de Presentaciones Culturales del Dc-
partamento de Estado, el primer con-
cierto serA ofrecido en el Auditorio
del Colegio Javier en la ciudad de
Panama. El segundo serl en el Teatro
de Balboa en la Zona del Canal y el
61timo concerto serA ofrecido en cl
Teatro Col6n, en el sector Atlintico
del Istmo. Cada concerto comenzara
a las 8 p.m. y la entrada costarA $2.
En la series de concertos de 3 dias
participarAn el Trio Jac Murphy de
la Universidad Metodista del Sur de
Texas; el Cuarteto de Mauricio Smith,
el Combo de Clarence Martin, el
grupo de Gene White y la vocalista
Juanita McDaniels. El maestro de
(Contintia en la pdgina 4)

del Canal dte Panama, jefes dte divi-
si6n y cientos de empleados de la
El Cobernador Leber seial6 que
esta es la cuarta vez que la direcci6n
ha hecho "un adelanto especialmente
notable" en la prevenci6n de acci-
dentes-una marca sin igual en la
historic del trofeo. El premio fue con-
quistado por el personal de la direc-
cibn por haber alcanzado una mejora
de 47 por ciento en su escala de ac-
cidentes en el ailo calendario sobre su
propia escala de los 3 anios anteriores.
"Deseo felicitarlo por este logro tan
loable" dijo el Gobernador, "y le
pido que communique a todos los in-
teresados en la Direcci6n de Abastos
y Servicios Comunales mi agradeci-
miento por su espl6ndida cooperaci6n
al ayudar a reducir la incidencia de
lesiones a nuestros empleados, y por
el efecto beneficioso que ha tenido al
ayudar al Gobierno de la Zona del
Canal y la Compaiia del Canal de
PanamA alcanzar su meta de 1968 en
el Program Misi6n Seguridad-70".
El Trofeo Anual de Seguridad es
concedido por el Gobernador a ]a
direcci6n que logre el promedio mAs
alto de mejoras en su proporcimn de
frecuencia de lesiones causantes de
incapacidad sobre su promedio de los
3 anos anteriores, con tal lque no se
haya registrado ningin accident
fatal en lal direcci6n durante el afio
para cl cual se concede el trofeo.
La Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n gan6 el trofeo el afio
Como parte de la ceremonia, Fer-
guson entreg6 places a las unidcades
ejecutivas representatives q(ue han
acumulado mAs de 1 imill6n de horas
sin tiempo perdido por accident.
Las places fueron para R. P. Laverty,
gerente general de la Divisi6n de
Abastos; H. J. Chase, superintendent
ayudante del Ramo de Mercadeo; A.
I. Baumnan, superintendent de Man-
tenimniento de Predios; H. C. Egolf,
jefe tie la Divisi6n de Servicios

El Trofeo Anual de Seguridad del Gobernador de la cios Comunales de Crist6bal; Jesfis Mena, de Manteni-
Zona del Canal es sostenido por los Directores de Comitis miento de Predios, Distrito Norte, y H. A. Mason, de la
de Seguridad del sector Atlintico de la Direcci6n de Lecheria de Mount Hope. Atris: Robert Kreis, de los
Abastos y Servicios Comunales, que por cuarta vez con- Almacenes en el Distrito Norte; Fred Savory, del Com-
quist6 el preciado trofeo por haber mejorado su esta- plejo de Coco Solo; William Thorns, del Dep6sito de
distica de seguridad en 1968. De izquierda a derecha Mount Hope; Francis A. Cadogan, del Centro de Servi-
estin, adelante: Sefred Bowen, del Centro de Servicios cios Comunales de Rainbow City y Alberto Thempson,
Comunales de Margarita; Jorge DeSilva, del Almacen de del Ramo de Vivienda, Distrito Norte.
Rainbow City; Sra. Pauline Kaplan, del Centro de Servi-

Entregaron Certificados de

30 y 40 Anios de Servicios

Cientos setenta y nueve empleados
del Canal de Panama recibieron
Certificados de 30 Afios de Servicio
y 38 empleados recibieron los corres-
pondientes a 40 Alios de Servicio, en
ceremonies que tuvieron lugar en la

-S. '' ~3

..ditfL~ ~ : -

Dircctores de Comites de Seguridad del Sector Pacifico
de la Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios Comunales mues-
tran con orgullo cl Trofeo Anual de Seguridad del Gober-
nador de la Zona del Canal, al conquistarlo por cuarta
vez en la historic de este trofeo. Aparecen, de izquierda
a derecha, adelante: Alfred Cox, de la Casa de Hudspedcs
Tivoli; Fred Szymanski, de Almacenes en el Distrito
Sur; L. Graham del Almac6n de Balboa; A. Guzman,
del Frigorifico de Corozal, Gilberto Da Costa, del

Almac6n de Balboa; Scabert Haynes, del Centro de
Servicios Conunales de Diablo y S. Hawkins, del Ramo
de Vivienda, Distrito Sur. Atris: G. E. Gerald, Edificios
y Equipo; C. II. L6pez, del Almacin de Paraiso; C.
Scantlebury, del Departamento de Articulos paran l Ilo-
gar de Balboa; W. C. Adams, del Aihnac6n de Calzado
de Balboa: Linton Roberts, de la Lavanderia y Clcveland
Roberts del Centro de Servicios Comunales de Balboa.

Casa de Huespedes Tivoli la semana
El Gobernador de la Zona del
W. P. Leber habl6 a los empleados
y les entreg6 sus certificados. Los co-
rrespondientes directors se encarga-
ron de colorcarles los respectivos
W. A. Sullivan, Jefe del Ramo de
Servicios a los Empleados, pronunci6
palabras de introducci6n y present
al Gobernador y a los directors.
El mayor n6mero de empleados
que recibieron sus certificados perte-
necia a la Direcci6n de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n, habiendo recibido 63
de ellos el Certificado de 30 Aios y
otros ocho su Certificado de 40 Afios
de Servicio.
La Direcci6n de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales tuvo 36 empleados
que recibian certificados de 30 anios
y nueve que los recibian de 40 ailos,
mientras que la Direcci6n de Marina
present6 29 empleados para que reci-
(Continia en la pigina 4)

Club Profesional

Femenino Realizo

Gira por el Canal
Miembros de la recien formada
filial de PanamA, de la Federaci6n de
Mujeres de Negocios y Profesionales,
y sus hermanas de Miami y de San
Jos6 de Costa Rica visitaron puntos
de interns en la Zona del Canal e hi-
cieron un transito parcial por el
Canal recientemente.
Fundada en 1930, la organizaci6n
tiene unos 300.000 miembros en 27
paises y miembros asociados en otras
seis naciones. Se dedica promover
relaciones amistosas y mutuo enten-
dimniento entire las mujeres de nego-
cios y profesionales de todas parties
del mundo y hacer possible que orga-
nizaciones gubernamentales puedan
hacer uso de los conocimientos espe-
cializados y de la habilidad econ6-
mica y tccnica de estas mujeres.
Ademas de ello, las integrantes de esa
organiraci6n international piensan
que enriqueciendo de esta manera
(Continma en la pdgina 4)

Colocaron Cofias a las

Voluntarias de Cruz Roja

El Capitulo de la Zona del Canal
de la Cruz Roja Americana, en el
Area del Pacifico, celebr6 su cere-
monia de colocaci6n de cofias a 53
nuevas voluntarias que completaron
un curso de adiestramiento dte la Cruz
Roja recientemente. Tambi6n fueron
entregados Premios de Servicio de
Voluntarias en la ceremonial que seS
celebr6 en la Sede del Capitulo en
La Sra. F. Griffin, directorl; de
las \'luntarias. ilori6 lla ceremlloia
y )preseInt(o a Frank A. Castles, direc-
tor del Capitulo de la Zona del (Canal
,de li Cruz inioj AAmericaina, quien
lio la bienvenida a ilas voluntarias.
la Sra. Evelyn Koperski, instruc-
tora deI Enfennreria Casera y ex di-

rectora del Programa de Enfenneria,
coloc6 las cofias a eada voluntaria.
Castle entreg6 las insignias y dirigi6
a las voluntarias en el Juramento de
Las siguientes nuevas voluntarias
de la CruZ Roja recibieron cofias:
Manrorie Andrecht, Frances Arbi-
zi, Judith Ashworth, Christine Bass,
Shadrlene Baugh, Elthel Bill, Ethel
Brown, Arline Caloca. WVenonah
Carey, Margarita Castro, Sandra
Childress, Verda Chrouch, Kathleen
Co.i, Elizabeth Denning, Karen Er-
linger, Dorothy Friedman, Jewel
Gardner, Jerry Gilmore, Dolores
Givens, Marie Goodrich, Harriett
Slaas, Maria I laas, Pauline l fathway,
(Contintia en la pdigina 4)


Marzo 21, 1969



9:30-Conozca el Mundo
10:00-Todo por la Patria
11:30-Mi Amigo el Mago
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30--eprisc de Ia Novela de las 6
4:30-Los Invencibles
6:00-La Novicia Voladora
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00-Ladr6n sin Destino
10:00 -Premiere de Gala

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:15-Porky Pig Show
5:30-Abbott y Costello
7:30-Tres Patines
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
7:30-Tres Patines
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5: 00-Lawman
5:15-PorkyPig Show
5:30-Reino Salvaje
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd Abogado Defensor
9:30-Ballinger de Chicago
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:30-Capitin Escarlata
8:00-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Intriga en Hawaii
5:15-Porky Pig Show
7:30-EI Cafe Squirt
8:00-Los Invencibles de Nemesis
9:00-Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
9:30-Variedades de Silvia Pinal
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

10:00-Conozca el Mundo
11:00-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Paijaro Carpintero
12:00-Los Tres Chiflados
1:00-De Mujer a Muier
2:00-Reprise de la Novela de las 7
4:00-Deportes en TV-2
6:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
7:00-Tierra de Gigantes
9:00-Viaje a las Estrellas
10:30-Cine Saihado

Gente en la Noticia

Goldbourn Lewis es guardia en la Divisi6n de Termina-
les y presta servicios en los Muelles de Crist6bal. Gene-
ralmente es el ayudante del Sargento de Guardia en la
Oficina de Seguridad de los Muelles. Naci6 en Col6n el
4 de enero de 1921 y sus studios los hizo en la vieja
Escuela Secundaria de lo que en aquellos tiempos era
Silver City, hoy Rainbow City. Casado con la Sra. Estelle
Harris de Lewis, tienen tres hijos: Ricardo Lewis, actual-
mente con el Cuerpo de Sefiales del Ejercito de Estados
Unidos, y Patricia y Sonia; esta 6ltima vive aqui en
Panamal, la otra en Estados Unidos. Los esposos Lewis
tienen una nieta, Melina, de 3 afios de edad y que les
alegra much la vida. Lewis reside en Puerto Pil6n, en
un lote bastante grande. Su residencia es muy espaciosa,
por lo que en ella estA ubicada ademis la Iglesia Bau-
tista del lugar. Tiene 24 afios de servicios al Gobierno
de Estados Unidos, de los cuales 14 los trabaj6 con la
Armada de ese pais. La afici6n mis grande de Lewis es
escuchar buena m6sica con un magnifico aparato estereo-
f6nico que tiene en su residencia. Uno de sus mayores
tesoros es un disco de Louis Armstrong, grabado en 1925.
Lewis es hijo del conocido sindicalista Graham A. Lewis,
quien trabaj6 durante muchos afios con el Canal de Pa-
namA y muri6, precisamente, el Dia del Trabajo de 1966.



Los barbitiricos, drogas no narc6-
ticas, le han quitado el primer puesto
a las demAs drogas, por sus trAgicas
consecuencias, que incluyen la muer-
te. Son mAs peligrosos que el uso o
el abuso de los narc6ticos "fuertes",
de acuerdo con declaraciones de los
funcionarios de la Direcci6n de Sa-
lubridad de la Zona del Canal.
Los barbit6ricos llevan al abuso
mis frecuente y seriamente que cual-
quier otra droga en los Estados
Estas drogas, correctamente admi-
nistradas, sirven para calmar a los
pacientes y producirles suefio, dicen
los doctors. Su efecto es opuesto al
de las anfetaminas, que estimulan el
sistema nervioso central. Los barbi-
t'ricos actfan como deprimentes y
sirven para calmar la actividad de
dicho sistema.
Muchas personas toman barbitfri-
cos como una manera de escapar a
series problems personales, o para
contrarrestar el efecto de drogas
como las anfetaminas.
Frecuentemente, afirman los doc-
tores, los barbitfricos se usan en
combinaci6n con drogas tales como
el alcohol o algunos somniferos. Los
usan personas que gustan de emo-

ciones intensas, los abusadores cr6-
nicos de drogas, y los j6venes, que
experimentan con ellos.
Esas combinaciones son en extre-
mo peligrosas por su efecto sobre los
centros respiratorios del cerebro y
pueden causar series envenenamien-
tos y hasta la muerte, seg6n declaran
los medicos.
Los que abusan de los barbit6ricos
muestran muchos sintomas t6xicos,
tales como la somnolencia, temblor
en las manos, los labios y la lengua,
confusion y escaso criteria.
Entre los problems que pueden
resultar del abuso de los barbitflri-
cos estAn la delincuencia, deteriora-
ci6n de la personalidad, incapacidad
de concentrarse, y la p6rdida de
muchos empleos.
Si una persona que depend fisi-
camente de los barbituricos, suspended
su uso completamente y de repente,
puede sufrir convulsiones, series dis-
turbios mentales, y en casos extre-
mos, la muerte.
El uso correct de este medica-
mento, bajo la vigilancia de un me-
dico, puede aliviar en much a los
Pero sin la debida vigilancia, el
uso excesivo de ellos puede terminar
en un serio envenenamiento o pro-
ducir la muerte.
Los m6dicos de la Zona del Canal
dicen que es convenience buscar di-
recci6n y guia para el uso de los
barbitlricos, pero sefialan que es
imprudente, tonto y peligroso el
experimental con esta clase de me-


Desfile de Modas

Habra el Die 30

En el YMCA

Un desfile de modas patrocinado
por la Asamblea N9 1 de Balboa de
las Rainbow Girls (Muchachas del
Arco Iris) tendra lugar el 30 de mar-
zo a las 2 p.m. en el Seabreeze
Lounge del YMCA del Ej6rcito y la
Armada en Balboa.
Los boletos estAn a la venta a $1
y pueden comprarse en la puerta del
lounge el dia del desfile. Para mayor
informaci6n hay que Ilamar a la Srta.
Nancy Boyd, Balboa 4201.

Adelanto en el

Cierre de Planas

Debido al dia feriado del Vier-
nes Santo, 4 de abril, el SPILLWAY
sera distribuido el jueves esa
Esto significarA 1 dia de adelan-
to en el cierre de plans para la
edici6n del 3 de abril.
El material que se desee publi-
car en la edici6n del 3 de abril
deberA estar en la Oficina de Pren-
sa del Canal de PanamA a mAs
tardar el viernes por la tarde de la
semana anterior. Solamente el ma-
terial urgente puede ser recibido
y procesado para ser usado la
misma semana a mAs tardar al
mediodia del lunes en la semana
de publicaci6n.

Cerrara' Almacdn

El Almac6n de Paraiso estarA
cerrado todo el dia martes 19
de abril.

ir lae E
s em- 21-TcndrA lugar la exhibici6n annual de animalitos, patrocinada por la So-
Valor ciedad Protectora de Animales de la Zona del Canal, en Corozal.
ncu- 26-31-Tendri lugar la Octava Gran Feria Nacional de Azuero en la ciudad
deros de Los Santos. Este es el event agropecuario, commercial e indus-
gidos trial mas grande del afio en las provincias de Herrera y Los Santos,
SM, donde tambien se puede captar melodies y bailes tipicamente

En Su Pantalla



Viernes 21 CERRADO Broken Sabre (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Man From The Diner's Club (AYC) Help (AYC)

Sihado 22__ Broken Sabre (AYC) y Man From CERRADO Sandokan Fights Back (AYC) y
The Diner's Club (AYC) Ilercules Against The Barbarians (AY)
Domingo 23 A Man And A Woman (A) Death Rides A Horse (AY) The Anniversary (A)
In Like Flint (AY) y
Lunes 24 __ A Man And A Woman (A) The Visit (A) The Anniversary (A)

Martes 25___ CERRADO Double Man (A) The Family Way (A)
In Like Flint (AY) y
Mi6rcoles 26 The Visit (A) This Island Earth (AYC) CERRADO
Jueves 27___ Double Man (A) CETIRADO MCaurdeer's Row (A)
V. Arizona Raiders (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 28_CERRADO Guns Of Navarone (AYC) Heroes Of Telemark (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.



Pigina 2

Publicaci6n official del Canal de P
mA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cr
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin neces
de solicitud expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Cana
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacid
La informaci6n que se deseare pul
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirig
correspondencia a PANAiMA CA
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa,
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los
pleados del Canal de Panama.
de la subscripci6n para otros (in
yendo envio por correo) $2.60 al
Los cheques deben hacerse pagad
al Panama Canal Company y diri
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

6 fue-




9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por Ina Patria
ll:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:00-SAlvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Camara Indiscreta
1:00-Domingo Deportivo
8:00-El Santo
9:00--Programa Especial
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

12:00-MAsica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Charlas y Dibujos Animados
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantaineas Sociales
A:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Get Smart
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Enigma
11:00-Los Defensores

1 :30-Episodios
12:00-Mtisica y Risas
1 :00-Noticias
:30-La Hrade ordCorin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-E1 Hogar y La Escuela
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-C6micos y Canciones
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Ruta 66
11:00-Los Defensores

12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15--Msica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Mujer Opina
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Carrousel Internacional
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y
Los Fabulosos 20
11:00-Los Defensores

12:00-Mpisica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Consejos Para la Salud
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Jim West
11:00-Richard Diamond

12:00--Misica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Camino de la Verdad
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:30-InstantAneas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y La Ley del
11:00-La Horn Cero

11:30-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Oso y Yo
12:30-H6roes de Hogan
1:30-La Muier Opina
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
4:00-Largo Metraje
5:30-Daniel Boone
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Sihiados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
9:00-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
10:00-Superproducciones del Saibado


VB H Prom. Nombre


M. Callomn ___.
M. Phillips---
V. Coombs___
C. Lessey _-___
D. Niles _____. _

_- R.C.
-___ R.C.

Nombre Equipo G. P.
V. Coombs __.-__-_ R.C. 5 1
P. Kirton __ .._- --. R.C. 2 1
J. Martinez -_____- M.O. 2 2
C. Lessey _-__--__ C.P. 1 1
R. Garibaldi __-____ C.P. 1 1
E. Williams -_____. C.P. 1 1

Conciertos en

Crist6bal y en

Balboa el 23-30

La Sociedad Coral Istmeia y la
Symphonette de la Zona del Canal
presentaran conciertos en ambos la-
dos del Istmo el 23 y el 30 de este
La primera presentaci6n serA en
la Primera Iglesia Bautista Istmefia
en Crist6bal el domingo 23 de mar-
zo a las 2:30 p.m.
Las selecciones en el program in-
cluyen: Requiem por Gabriel Faur6,
Himno de Primavera, por Pietro Mas-
cagni; Obertura Egmont de Beetho-
ven; el primer movimiento de la Sin-
fonia Inconclusa de Schubert y Los
Cielos Cantan la Gloria de Dios, de
El mismo program sera ofrecido el
domingo 30 de marzo a las 7:30 p.m.
en la Balboa Union Church. Edward
R. Carwithen, Director de Musica de
la Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal,
dirigira los conciertos.

Haga su conversaci6n corta y
a a o
Hable Clara y Agradablemente
Mantenga la bocina cerca de sus

M. Phillips-
D. Niles__-
D. Cox ___-
B. Escalona_
M. Callomn_
C. Lessey___
M. Laurie __
V. Coombs__
B. Lewis --
C. Wray__

a derecha, parados: Cleveland Harvey, Walter Crawford,
Alfonso Palmer, Claude Tait, CUsar FernAndez y Paul
Vergara; agachados: Luis Cubilla, Vicente Vassall, el
director Manuel Rivera, Stanley Hall y Rafael Herrera.


"No te preocupes por eso muy ra-
ros veces ss ie coe una".


__-._- .. ____R.C.
S- M.O.

S __M.O.
--- - --- M.O.
--___-. __-__-C.P.
.--. ____-__..R.C.
._..____... R.C.
-__-__-_ __-- C.P.

Abreviaturas: R.C. (Ron Cortez),
C.P. (Cafe Paris), MO. (Mutual of




John W. Farmer
William Farrell
Bernardo Frio
Jos6 GonzAlez
Victor M. Hamblin
Murphy Robinson
Winston F. Pearl
Isidora Quintero
Jose M. Quiroz
Robert L. Rankin
Pablo E. Salas
John H. Stone, Jr.
Lloyd B. Van Kirk
Mario A. Wendorf
Francis T. Young
Rufus A. Graves
Haastan Harris
Adolphus E. Mapp
Ricardo M. Martinez
H. J. Pete Orgeron, Jr.
Hip61ito Sanjur
Kenneth Joseph
Lloyd G. Wilson


Hilton F. Hughes
Joseph R. Humphrey
Manuel L. Rodriguez, Jr.
Federico A. Valencia

Mildred A. Cook
H. W. Dempsey, Jr.
Jane Tucker Farnsworth

Roy Julie
Kenneth R. A. Booth
Arquimedes Guzman B.
Silvia de Gonzalez
Esther M. de Baruco
Silverio S. Salazar
Roberto A. Taylor

Charles O. Barrett Y TERMINALES
Armando Cruz Hugh A. Archbold
Ennis E. Daniel William R. Graham
Casimiro A. Escott Ricardo A. Laurie
William Gillespie Wallace F. Russon
James P. Johnson Calvin Thompson
Robert L. Johnson Natividad Trejos
Manuel Murillo CIVILES
Israel SantaMnaria Russell E. Favorite
Carl H. Starke Kenneth H. Hannah
Emanuel F. Walter Emerson Holder, Jr.

Jack B. Love

Antonio Downer

Rodolfo Francisco Abbott, es uno
de los despachadores de lanchas que
durante 8 horas se encargan de que
todos los barcos que entran o salen
del Canal o de la Rada de Balboa
sean servidos con toda efectividad.
Durante las horas en que esta de tur-
no hace de todo: atiende 15 lanchas,
15 tripulaciones, el teletipo, various
telefonos, tiene que dar servicio a los
agents de barcos, y muchas atribu-
ciones mAs. "A veces no tengo tiem-
po ni para rascarme", dice muy reido

Jos6 de Jesuis Tufion, "Cocoy" Tu-
fion para todos los que lo conocen,
quien conect6 cinco jonrones en un
partido de softball, acaba de conectar
otro batazo de cuatro esquinas en el
Atlantico. El popular policia pana-
mefio que trabaja en Crist6bal, se
convirti6 en el orgulloso papa de un
robusto nifio de 9 libras el jueves 13
por la madrugada. Pero su abuelo-
el de la criatura, no el de "Cocoy"-
fue quien reparti6 chocolates a tuti-
plan en el Edificio de Administraci6n
de Balboa Heights.
0a 0 0a
En el s6tano del Edificio de Ad-
ministraci6n de Balboa Heights hay
un nuevo limpiabotas. Se llama'Artu-
ro Smart y estA dando un magnifico
servicio a los empleados del edificio
mAs grande de la Zona del Canal.

Aprop6sito. jSe acuerdan de
Eduardo Wilson, el que limpiaba los
zapatos anteriormente en el Edificio
de Administraci6n y al que aprecia-
ban tanto por su espiritu servicial?
Pues se fu6 para Nueva York a reu-
nirse con sus familiares, a trabajar y a
continuar sus studios. Le deseamos la
mejor de las suertes.
*0 0
Hace unos 7 u 8 afios que Vivian
E. Johnson se jubil6 del servicio con
el Canal de PanamA. Hay muchos
que se dedican a descansar para el
resto de sus vidas, pero no asi el Sr.
Johnson, quien a pesar de tener 70
afios se convirti6 en hombre de ne-
gocios. Diariamente se le ve repar-
tiendo unas deliciosas empanadas de
came que, segin muchas personas,
son las mejores que se comen en la
Zona del Canal. Tiene para todos los
gustos. Sencillas, de came, para los
que las prefieren asi y bien picantes,
para los que gustan de la comida
con mayor saz6n.
Juegos de prestidigitaci6n son a-
quellos en que se engafia a la vista
con la rapidez de las manos. Se efec-
t6an con barajas, bolitas y diferentes
artefactos. La palabrita, prestidigita-
ci6n es bastante dificil de pronunciar,
como usted mismo puede comprobar
si trata de repetirla varias veces ra-
pidamente. Hay personas que equi-
vocadamente dice prestigiditaci6n.
La palabra en menci6n viene de
dos palabras, una italiana y otra
latina: "presto", que en italiano quie-
re decir rapido y digitsus, que en
latin significa dedo.
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Los empleados del ala sur del Edi-
ficio de Administraci6n en Balboa
Heights estAn sufriendo leves incon-
venientes en estos dias, pero todos se
resignan debido a que los problems
que tienen son en beneficio del pro-
greso. La raz6n es que todos los
servicios higienicos del ala sur estAn
siendo renovados. Se informa que
estan hacienda un trabajo de primera
y que ya era necesario, pues una gran
parte del sistema de plomeria del
edificio data de 1914 y ya era hora
de renovarlo. Dentro de pocas sema-
nas empezarAn a trabajar en el sis-
tema de plomeria de las alas central
y norte del edificio.

James N. Howell, oficinista de
abastos y propiedades en la Divisi6n
de Servicios Administrativos, ejerce
sus obligaciones en el segundo piso
del Edificio de Administraci6n. Tie-
ne que tender a multiples detalles,
entire los que se cuenta el enorme
flujo de peri6dicos que entran al
edificio todos los dias.
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Antonio Grenald, el espigado y
acucioso guia de la Zona del Canal,
se encuentra en la ciudad de David,
atendiendo el Pabell6n del Canal de
Panama. A pesar de que estA sudan-
do mAs que de costumbre, debido al
trabajo que siempre hay durante las
ferias en el interior de la Repi~blica
y principalmente, debido al calor que
hay en la Capital del Valle de la Luna
en las horas del mediodia, Grenald
se encuentra sumamente content,
pues es hombre de acci6n.
0 0 *
Todo el personal y equipo nece-
sarios para la presentaci6n del Canal
de Panama, el Comando Sur y el
Servicio Informativo de Estados Uni-
dos sali6 de Balboa en una caravana
de 23 vehiculos, temprano en la ma-
fiana del domingo 16 de marzo, con
destino a David. La misma caravan
se espera que saldrA el lunes 24 en
la mariana de David, pero esta vez
con destino a la Heroica Villa de
Los Santos, donde esas agencies del
Gobierno de Estados Unidos se ha-
rAn representar en la Gran Feria de

Aqui en el Canal de Panama, nos
acostumbramos a hablar en terminos
maritimos que generalmente, s61o los
entienden los que tienen que ver di-
rectamente con ellos. La mayoria
nos quedamos en ayunas, cuando de
terminos nauticos se trata. Y como la
COCTELERA siempre trata de averi-
guar cosas por el estilo, aqui tienen
algunas de esas palabritas. Manga:
anchura maxima del casco de un bu-
que. Eslora: longitud de un barco.
Hay tres classes diferentes de esloras.
eslora mdxima o eslora total, media
entire las lines verticales de los pun-
tos mas salientes de proa y popa del
casco; eslora de flotaci6n que es la
distancia entire los dos puntos extre-
mos de proa a popa, situados en la
misma linea de flotaci6n, y eslora en-
tre perpendiculares, que es la mAxima
distancia entire dos verticales que
pasan por los dos puntos extremes de
la parte sumergida del casco. Pero
generalmente, eslora es el largo del
o 0 o
Otra palabrita que deja a algunos
en el aire es el calado. En nAutica, el
calado es la profundidad que alcanza
la quilla de un barco, media desde la
superficie del mar. Los barcos que
navegan en el mar tienen generalmen-
te mas calado que los barcos fluviales.
Tambidn se llama calado a la altura
del agua sobre el fondo, por eso los
buques muy grandes no pueden atra-
car en muchos puertos debido a la
falta de calado.
Si alguna vez se encuentran con
algunas de esas palabras que los dejan
pensando, lo mejor que pueden hacer
es llamar a las sefioras, Marcia de
Ortega, Olga de Luque, Aurora de
Corchaine o Sofia de Magall6n. Tam-
bi6n pueden Ilamar a Henry Gornell,
al telefono 2-2772, pues todos ellos
trabajan en la Oficina del Traductor
Official, Sr. William F. O'Sullivan y
son experts en estos menesteres.

Si usted quiere que su nombre o
el de cualquier compafiero salga en
esta column, por favor escriba a
COCTEL.ERA, Oficina de Informaci6n
del Canal de PanamA, Box M, Bal-
boa Heights, C.Z. iHasta la pr6xima!

La novena Pan Am, de la Contraloria, estA participando
en la Liga de Softball de Trabajadores de la Zona del
Canal, que celebra sus partidos todos los martes y jueves
en el cuadro de Paraiso. Son sus integrantes de izquierda

Lideres de la Liga Femenina

De Bola Suave del Atlantico


Nombre Equipo
E. ones _____. R.C.
B. Escalona --R.C.
D. Niles___-_.. R.C.
V. Lewis __-_-C.P.
M. Callomn _.-.C.P.
M. Laurie ---.R.C.
C. French_ .- M.O.
V. Donaldson __R.C.
M. Phillips -_..M.O.
C. Lessey _____C.P.


Pagina 3

Marzo 21, 1969



Marzo 21, 1969

Liga de Softball de Paraiso

SFue Ganada por Local 900

La novena del Local 900 Co-Op contra el Johnny Walker. Dennis
esta bateando de 2-2 en lo que se Rhoden, tambidn del Local 900
refiere a equipos campeones. El afio Co-Op fue el rey jonronero con tres.
pasado el Co-Op patrocin6 a un equi- Entre los bateadores los mucha-
po de la liga infantil en la liga de chos del Co-Op ocuparon los cuatro
Pedro Miguel y el diminuto conjunto primeros puestos, encabezando el rey
conquist6 el campeonato. En esta del bate Rodolph Brown con .466,
temporada el Local 900 Co-Op patro- seguido por Dennis Rhoden con .400,
cin6 un equipo en la Liga de Softball Anselmo Cummings .388 y Julio
de Paraiso y fue declarado campe6n Diaz .370. Tres peloteros mis del
de la liga. equipo estuvieron entire los 10 gran-
Los Co-Op comenzaron un poco des, siendo ellos Noel Peterson con
flojos al perder dos de sus primeros .333, Henry Douglas .333 y Conrado
cuatro juegos y se encontraron a dos Criffith .304.
juegos del primer lugar. Entonces
Eddie Morrell, piloto del Co-Op y En la series fnal los rvales de
uno de las estrellas del monticulo Local 900 Co-Op abandonaron el
,en el Istmo, se encarg6 de los campo durante el primer juego y no
lanzamientos y las cosas comenzaron aparecieron mis. For ta motive e
a meorarLocal 900 Co-Op fue declarado cam-
a mejorar.
El equipo gan6 seis de sus primeros pe6n de la Liga Divisional de Soft-
siete juegos y termin6 empatado en ball del Pacifico en 1969.
el primer lugar y con un puesto para Ya que ningln equipo parece estar
la series final. ansioso de jugar contra el Local 900
Eddie fue el mejor lanzador de la en el sector Pacifico, se espera que
liga con cinco victorias y una sola pueda arreglarse una series con los
derrota, incluyendo una actuaci6n de ganadores de la Liga de Softball de
16 ponchados contra el NMU y un Rainbow City por el campeonato
juego perfect y 18 ponchados del Istmo.

Colocaron Cofias a las Voluntarias ...

Esta preciosa bafiista panamefia estaba adornando el panorama del Bal-
neario del Farall6n el pasado fin de semana. Se trata de la joven secretaria
Tilsia Castillo, quien luce un bonito bikini y se cubre del sol con un sombrero
de vaquero. El Balneario del Farall6n se encuentra detrAs de la Base Aerea
de Rio Hato, y es un lugar muy concurrido todos los sbados y domingos
por los amantes de un buen dia de playa. iAh!, y bikinis como este encontrarA
usted muchos en ese balneario.

Vino Hasta Panama

A Dar las Gracias

Dos cartas escritas hace mis de
50 afios, trajeron a un viejo soldado
australiano desde las antipodas a ex-
presar su agradecimiento.
Leslie G. Worthington, Mayor del
Ej6rcito Australiano ya retirado,
quien lleg6 a Balboa a bordo del
Orsova, de P & O Lines, la semana
pasada, procedente de Sydney, de-
seaba encontrar a alguien a quien
agradecer personalmente el haberle
escrito a su madre en 1917, cuando
61 transitaba por el Canal de PanamAt
rumbo a Francia, a bordo de un
transport de tropas australiano.
En una carta escrita al Canal de
de PanamA antes de su llegada,
Worthington dijo que 61 y otros solda-
dos, que iban a Europa a bordo del
transport Themistocles, lanzaron no-
tas en las Esclusas de Gatin, pidien-
do a los que las encontraran que
escribieran a sus madres y parientes
en Australia, dici6ndoles que los ha-
bian visto y que estaban bien.
Su madre recibi6 dos cartas, una
escrita por la sefiora de Alex Lo-
wande (q.e.p.d.), cuyo esposo traba-
jaba en las Esclusas de Gatin en ese
tiempo, y otra, de una Sra. de Adolf
Stellhorn, quien vivia en Gat6n. Am-
bas escribieron en sus cartas que ha-
bian ido a las esclusas a ver pasar el
transport australiano y habian reco-
gido las notas lanzadas por Worth-
ington, entonces un mozo de 21 afios.
Ambas escribieron a la Sra de Worth-
ington dici6ndole que su hijo se veia
bien y feliz.
Cuando el Orsova lleg6 a Balboa la
semana pasada, una de las primeras
personas en recibir a Worthington y
a su esposa fue Gary Dunsmoor, em-
pleado de la Direcci6n de Personal
del Canal. Es nieto de la Sra. de
Lowande y su 6nico descendiente
que todavia vive en el Istmo. No se
ha podido saber nada acerca de la
familiar Stellhorn.
Worthington entreg6 la carta es-
crita por su abuela a Dunsmoor,
diciendoles que ella habia hecho feliz
a su difunta madre con ese gesto que
61 y su familiar siempre recordarAn,
junto con otros recuerdos agradables
del Canal de PanamA.

Dijo que habia sido herido durante
la guerra y enviado de regreso a
Australia, done habia vivido desde
entonces. Permaneci6 en el Ejrcito
Australiano, sirvi6 en Australia du-
rante la II Guerra Mundial y se retir6
del servicio en 1951 con el rango de
Los esposos Worthington estan
hacienda un viaje alrededor del
mundo a bordo del Orsova, como
miembros de un grupo de 1.000,
denominado Gira Semanal de Des-
cubrimiento del Mundo de la Mujeres
Australianas. Esta es la primera vez
que la Sra. de Worthington sale de
Australia, donde naci6.
La pareja hizo su primer viaje por
el Canal de Panam el viernes y luego
visitaron el sector Atlintico como
invitados del Servicio de Guias del
Canal de PanamA. Uno de los pun-
tos culminantes fue su visit a las Es-
clusas de Gatin, que Worthington
habia visto por primera vez desde la
cubierta de un transport hace tantos
Dijo que siempre habia deseado
regresar al Canal de Panama, pero
que el viaje a bordo del Orsova era
mans c6modo y agradable que el que
hizo en aquel tiempo a bordo del
transport de tropas.

Esclusas de Miraflores 3,306
Esclusas de Gatmn._____ 923
Las Cruces, 7 viajes 461
Lanchas pequefias,
3 viajes ______ 9
Jardines de Summit.- -_ 149
Puntos de interns en la
Zona del Canal_______ 3

Puntos de interest en
Castel Felice __
Orsova _______..-
Gran total ____



(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Bonnie Howard, Shirley Lewis, Dean
Mallard, Alicia Martinez, Winifred
Michael, Patricia Mumma, Kathy
Monday, Loretta Nesbitt, Dee Ann
Novoa, Florence Ortega, Ana Rogers,
Martha Smith, Sally Smith, Ruby
Staples, Inna Stein, Linda Toney,
Xina Tuerke, Rita VAsquez, Anne
Verfurth, Esther Ways, Paula Web-
ber, Carol York, Carol Ankunding,
Gladys Davis, Alex Erixon, Naomi
Hoffmann, Doris Lewis, June Lewis,
Muriel Manley y Ramona Moore.
Castles entreg6 un prendedor de
10 afios y un Certificado de Aprecio
a la Sra. Koperski y un Certificado
de 1.500 Horas y un Certificado de
Aprecio a la Sra. Conrad Maner,
secretaria del Capitulo.
Certificados de horas fueron entre-
gados a las siguientes voluntarias:
Sra. Theresa Reece, 2.500 horas; Sra.
Minotte Johnson, 2.000 horas; Sra.
Cecilia Cook, 1.500 horas; Srta.
Yvonne Este, Sra. II. W. Stanbury
y la Sra. J. E. Stratman, 1.000 horas.
Un certificado por mis de 500 horas
de service fue entregado a la Sra. L.
F. Griffin.
Las que recibieron certificados de
500 horas de servicio fueron la Srta.
Velma Burgess, la Srta. Doris Greene,

Club Profesional . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
sus vidas, tendrAn mAs 6xito en sus
esfuerzos por el bienestar de sus
Entre las actividades ben6ficas que
Ileva a cabo este grupo estA el otor-
gamiento de becas universitarias para
estudiantes que las merecen. La Srta.
Ligia Diaz, del Servicio de Guias de
la Zona del Canal, tiene la distinci6n
de haber sido la primer estudiante
de Panama que recibi6 dicha beca.
La Srta. Diaz, que en ese tiempo asis-
tia a la Preparatoria Universitaria
Saint Rose, en Albany, Nueva York,
recibi6 la beca de estc grupo por 2
afios consecutivos y fue la primer
estudiante extranjera en ser escogida
en ese colegio.
La Srta. Diaz, fue llamada en va-
rias ocasiones para que asistiera a
reuniones de la mujeres de negocios
y profesionales en aquel distrito y
dio varias conferencias sobre la vida
en PanamA.

j Agilidad Mental?

Dos extranjeros fueron llevados
ante el juez por haber conducido su
auto a 105 mills por hora (casi 169
km.) en la carretera 101 en California.
En su descargo, los acusados dijeron
por medio de un interpreted que ellos
habian creido que el nimero 101 in-
dicaba el niumero de millas permisi-
ble en la carretera. El iuez los absol-
vi6 advirtidndoles que la excusa no
les valdria la prdxima vez.

la Sra. Leonora Hinds, la Sra. Harvey
Mayse, ex director de voluntarias;
la Sra.. Frith, director del Hospi-
tal Gorgas; la Sra. A. J. Lavalle,
director en la Base de la Fuerza
Area de Howard y la Sra. R. L.
Sellers, director en la Base de la
Fuerza Aerea de Albrook.
Las voluntarias de la Cruz Roja
Americana trabajan en el Hospital
Corgas y en todos los dispensarios
y clinics en los puestos del Ej&rcito.

Juegos Deportivos

Nacionales Desde

El 22 de Este Mes
Varios atletas de las comunidades
latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal
participarAn en los II Juegos Depor-
tivos Nacionales que se celebrarAn
del 22 al 29 de este mes en la ciudad
de PanamA.
Los atletas del sector Pacifico esta-
rAn con los equipos de PanamA y los
del sector AtlAntico con los conjuntos
de Col6n. Tomaran parte en compe-
tencias de atletismo, boxeo, balonces-
to, esgrima, nataci6n, judo y otros
El beisbol se jugarA durante las
mismas fechas en el Estadio Rico Ce-
deflo de la ciudad de Chitr6, en la
Provincia de Herrera.


Junta de Apelaciones

El Proximo Lunes 24

Maurice L. Etzell, Presidente
Alterno de la Junta de Apela-
ciones de la Zona del Canal y un
empleado de la Comisi6n de
Servicio Civil de los Estados
Unidos de la Ciudad de Wash-
ington llegarAn al Istmo este fin
de semana para presidir las
audiencias locales de la Junta
de Apelaciones.
La Junta de Apelaciones de
la Zona del Canal celebrarA
audiencias sobre varias apela-
ciones por clasificaci6n que han
sido presentadas por empleados
de las agencies de la Zona del
Canal. Las audiencias tendrAn
lugar en el Sal6n 2, del Centro
de Adiestramiento del Canal de
PanamA, en Anc6n, el lunes 24
de marzo.

Actuando Etzell como presi-
dente, cuatro miembros de la
entidad local componen la Jun-
ta de Apelaciones.

Consulte a su

Jefe si Tiene

Un Problema
Cuando alguna pregunta concer-
niente a algin problema de personal
viene a la mente, muchos trabajado-
res piensan inmediatamente en acu-
dir a la oficina de personal con el fin
de obtener contestaci6n a preguntas
o problems que sus jefes inmediatos
bien podrian resolver. Los empleados
de la oficina de personal estan a su
disposici6n para servirles. Sin embar-
go, al hacer eso, estan negando a sus
jefes la oportunidad de desempefiar
sus deberes y responsabilidades. Si
usted estA en esta situaci6n, det6n-
gase y piense.
Su jefe inmediato selecciona los
empleados para empleos y ascenso,
asigna las tareas, establece medidas
de trabajo, efectiua la evaluaci6n de
los empleados, recomienda premios
de estimulo e inicia todas aquellas
medidas que afectan a sus emplea-
dos. D6nle la oportunidad de contes-
tar a sus preguntas o de resolver sus
problems. Es muy possible que su
jefe inmediato no pueda siempre con-
testar a sus preguntas; sin embargo,
se le debe dar esa oportunidad. Si
la situaci6n require una respuesta
mis allA de sus conocimientos, l6
podrA obtener la informacidn nece-
saria o harA los preparativos con el
fin de que usted visit la Oficina de

Hay Festival de Jazz ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
ceremonies serA Harold Berry, mais
conocido como "Zaggy".
El Trio de Jac Murphy gan6 el
primer lugar en la division de combos
del Festival Colegial de Jazz regional
en Mobile, Alabama, en febrero de
1968, y mAs tarde obtuvo los mLixi-
mos honores en el Festival de Jazz
National Intercolegial en San Luis,
Desde entonces se ban presentado
con artists del jazz tales como
Cannonball Adderley, Theolonious
Monk y Herbie Mann.
Mientras se encuentre en Panama,
el trio hara breves presentaciones en
los Canales 2 y 4 de la ciudad de
PanamA, y dirigirAn una clinic de
jazz en la Asociaci6n Panameiio Nor-

Anos de Servicios...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
bieran certificados de 30 afios y ocho
que tenian derecho a certificados de
40 afios de servicio.
La Direcci6n de Transporte y Ter-
minales tenia 22 empleados con 30
anos de servicio y nueve con 40 afios.
La Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles es-
tuvo representada por 14 empleados
que recibieron certificados de 30 afios,
y uno que recibi6 su certificado por
40 aios, la Direcci6n de Salubridad
con 10 empleados con 30 afios de
servicio y dos con 40 afios; la Divisi6n
de Servicios Administrativos, con tres
empleados de 30 afios; la Contraloria,
con dos de 30 afios de servicio y uno
con 40 afios, y la Oficina de Seguri-
dad Interna, que present uno con
30 aios de servicios.

^Wss yS^fiWfa^
%05 1 fl o

Record de Segurldad

"Todo d ,epend de e cmo o mires."

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