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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.
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Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
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Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
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Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.

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THE PANAMA CANAL Gift heManama canal Museum


Vol. VII, No. 51 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, June 6, 1969

Dudley Knight, driver of an Ancon Laundry delivery
truck, is congratulated by Capt. H. C. Richards, Balboa
Police District commander, right, for his assistance in
apprehending a burglary suspect in the Diablo area.
Giving Knight a pat on the back is Lt. B. W. Treadwell,

Laundry Driver

Nabs Suspect in

Diablo Burglary
Delivering laundry or catching
suspected burglars is all in a day's
work for Dudley Knight, a 52-year-
old Ancon Laundry driver.
But for Canal Zone Police it was
a bit more than that. "It was fine
work. We need more of it," was the
way one police officer put it.
Knight, a Panamanian, was cred-
ited with apprehending a burglary
suspect, May 26, minutes after the
man was seen coming out of a
Diablo house.
Police said that Knight was de-
livering laundry in the area when
a woman called to him that some-
one had just come from a house
across the street carrying a package.
Knight got a description, dashed
off in pursuit, and found the suspect
at a bus stop near the Diablo Serv-
ice Center. After a warning not to
move, the man gave up and turned
over a package to Knight, police
And that was that. The laundry
(Continued on p. 4)

May Transit

Total Sets

New Record
Canal traffic set another new
record in May when 1,324 ocean-
going ships transited, establishing a
new high for a 1 month period. This
figure was two more than the pre-
viously existing mark set just 1 year
In addition to the oceangoing
ships last month, there were 43
transits by ships under 300 Panama
Canal net tons.
Daily oceangoing transits aver-
aged 42.7 last month, a shade above
the 42.6 average of May 1968.
May was the second consecutive
recordbreaking month for Canal
traffic. During April traffic reached
an alltime daily average high of
43 oceangoing ships which produced
a monthly transit total of 1,289.
However, April had only 30 days
compared with 31 for May.

acting assistant district police commander. Knight re-
ceived a letter of commendation from Gaddis Wall,
chief of the Police Division. A native of Panama, Knight
stopped the alleged burglar after a neighbor saw him
come out of a house carrying a package.

Teachers, Students Head

For Summer Institutes

Seven Canal Zone teachers and
three students from the Canal Zone
high schools are among those
attending summer institutes in the
United States this year.
Science and mathematics pre-
dominate in the list of subjects to
be studied although one teacher
will spend 6 weeks at Southern Uni-
versity studying Negro life and his-
tory, and two students will con-
centrate on languages.
Eugene T. Gregg, social studies
teacher at Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School, will be sponsored by
the Department of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare Education Pro-
fessions Development Act in his stu-
dies at Southern University at
Baton Rouge, La. The course will
cover African history, modern
African politics, African geography,
cultures of Africa, changes in Africa
and studies in African secondary
school curriculum.
Teachers to study science are
Paul L. Goudie, of Balboa High
School who will study radiation
biology at Boston College and
James D. Norman, of Cristobal
High School, to study marine bio-
logy at Bowdoin College in Brun-
swick, Maine. Both are sponsored
by the National Science Foundation.
Mathematics will be studied this
summer by Lester Hutchinson, and
Mrs. Frances K. Graham, both
teachers at Balboa High School,
and Roy E. Howell of Cristobal
High School. All are sponsored by
the National Science Foundation.
Hutchinson will study mathematics
at Tulane University; Mrs. Graham
will study mathematics for sec-
ondary school teachers at State
University of New York at Buffalo;
and Howell will study fundamentals
of analysis, linear algebra, and
methods and materials in teaching
secondary school mathematics at
Franklin and Marshall College in
Lancaster, Pa.
Two students from Cristobal
High School and one from Balboa
High School will be studying in the
United States this summer.
Gary Robertson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney Robertson of Coco

Solo, a junior at Cristobal High
School, is one of 48 students from
U.S. schools who will attend a
National Science Foundation sum-
mer institute at Loyola University
in New Orleans. He will study
chemical kinetics, computer science,
and electronics.
Margaret Baker, daughter of Col.
John Baker and Mrs. Baker of Fort
Amador, has been selected to par-
ticipate in the National Science
Foundation Summer Linguistics In-
stitute at Northern Arizona Univer-
(Continued on p. 4)

FAA Manager

To Give Talk
James S. Beasley, Area Manager
of the Federal Aviation Agency,
will be the guest speaker at a meet-
ing of the Panama Chapter of the
National Defense Transportation
Association to be held in the Roose-
velt Room of the Tivoli Guest House
Wednesday, June 18, at 7 p.m.

Colonel Hartline Presents Awards

Employees of the Year

Honored by S&CS Bureau

Acting Governor of the Canal
Zone R. S. Hartline and the Panama
Canal's Supply and Community
Service Bureau honored 65 of the
bureau's employees Tuesday at an
Employee of the Year and Honor
Employee awards ceremony at the
Balboa Theater.
Thirty-six employees of the Sup-
ply and Community Service Bureau
were presented Outstanding Service
awards, each accompanied by a
check for $200, and 29 employees
of the Bureau received Superior
Service awards, each with a check
for 8150.
H. C. Egolf, Acting Supply and
Community Service Bureau Direc-
tor, opened the ceremony and in-
troduced Acting Governor Hartline
and the Division and Branch chiefs,
who in turn presented the em-
ployees to the Acting Governor.
Each Division of the bureau had
an Employee of the Year for 1969.
Cecil G. Springer, leader cook at the
Margarita Service Center, was the
Employee of the Year for the Supply
Division. Miss Carmen Grimaldo,
clerk-typist, Housing Branch on the
Atlantic side, was Employee of the
Year for the Community Services
Division, and Manuel A. Contreras,
stockman in charge of materials for
the Locks and Railroad Divisions,
in the Warehousing Branch, was the
Employee of the Year for the Divi-
sion of Storehouses. Each received
an Outstanding Performance award
certificate and check for $200.
Each branch also had an Em-
ployee of the Year who received an
Outstanding Performance award
and check for $200; Red Honor
Employees who received Outstand-
ing Performance awards and checks
for $200; and Blue Honor em-
ployees who received Superior
Service awards and checks for $150.
The awards, by branches were as
follows: Marketing Branch; Retail
Stores: The Employee of the Year
award went to Alexander Grant,
supervisory sales store clerk at Coco
Solo Retail Store.
Red Honor employees were: Er-
nesta C. Aird, sales store checker,
Balboa Retail Store; Evelyn A.
Hinds, lead foreman meat cutter,
Balboa Retail Store; Edward M.

CZC Plans Broad

Summer Program

A broad selection of courses will
be offered in the various depart-
ments of Canal Zone College during
the 1969 summer term which begins
Monday, June 9. The last day for
late registration and class changes
for the 8-week term will be June 12.
A total of 60 classes are scheduled
in Business Administration, English
and Speech, Engineering and Tech-
nology, Fine Arts, Spanish, Li-
brary Science, Mathematics, Natural
Science, and Social Science.
Tuition is $10 per semester credit
for sponsored students and $28 per
credit for non-sponsored students.
Eligible military personnel may ob-
tain military tuition assistance forms
from their Base Education Officers
and then pay only /4 the sponsored
rate. A number of courses may be

approved for tuition refund for.em-
ployees of the Panama Canal orga-
nization and other U.S. Government
Students attending another col-
lege or university must have an
official transcript sent to the Regis-
trar of the Canal Zone College, but
provisional admission to the summer
school is granted at the time of en-
rollment. High school graduates and
persons who have high school GED
equivalency certificates are eligible
for admission.
Students who wish to attend the
1969 summer session must enroll
as soon as possible to insure a place
in classes. Class schedules and regis-
tration forms are available at the
Administration Office at the College,
Room 209, on the La Boca campus.

Phillips, grocery attendant, Gamboa
Retail Store; and Lillian A. Henlon,
sales store checker, Rainbow City
Retail Store.
Blue Honor employees were:
Dorothy I. de Creque, sales store
checker, Rainbow City Retail Store;
Leonard F. Wright, service station
attendant, La Boca Gas Station;
Margaret Mussa, clerk-typist, Balboa
Retail Store; Emily R. Malcolm,
sales store checker, Paraiso Retail
Store; Verena B. Nicholas, clerk,
Coco Solo Retail Store; and Leonora
C. Griffin, sales store clerk, Balboa
Housewares Store.
Service Centers: The Employee
of the Year award was presented to
Edith Blades, counterwoman at the
Diablo Service Center.
Red Honor employees were:
Calvin E. Hall, clerk, Balboa Serv-
ice Center; Maudline Jemmott, sales
store clerk, Balboa Heights Cafete-
ria; Nethina Scott, sales store clerk,
Diablo Heights Service Center; An-
toniette M. Townsend, sales store
clerk, Santa Cruz Service Center;
(Continued on p. 4)

300 Students

Get Summer

Canal Jobs

Approximately 300 students par-
ticipating in the 1969 U.S. schools
Student Assistant Program will
attend orientation activities sched-
uled for June 12 and June 20. The
Student Assistant Program began
May 26 and continues until Sep-
tember 6.
A lecture orientation has been
scheduled for Thursday, June 12,
at 9 a.m. at the Balboa High School
Auditorium. Edward A. Doolan,
Panama Canal Personnel Director,
will welcome the students and in-
troduce Canal Zone Gov. W. P.
Leber who will address the student
A Panama Canal briefing and
slide or film presentation will be
given by Frank A. Baldwin, Panama
Canal Information Officer, follow-
ing the Governor's talk.
After the briefing, the students
will be taken on a tour of the locks
and other Canal installations.
A partial transit of the Canal
aboard the launch Las Cruces is
set for Atlantic side and Gamboa
student assistants Friday, June 20.
The launch will leave the Pedro
Miguel Boat Landing at 8 a.m. and
proceed to Gamboa, arriving there
at 9:15 a.m. Students working in
Pedro Miguel and Paraiso and Mira-
flores will also make the partial
transit at this
Pacific side students will make
the partial transit of the Canal from
Gamboa to Pedro Miguel from
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. They will
be returned to their job sites
between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Atlantic side student assistants
will return on the train leaving
Gamboa at 10:15 a.m. Gamboa
students will walk to their job sites
and Pedro Miguel and Paraiso stu-
dents will be returned to their jobs
by bus.


June 6, 1969



"Tumbling For All," is the title of this number in
A Summer Dance, a recent production by a group of
Pacific side children, aged 4 to 14, for the financial bene-
fit of the Salvation Army. Largo Woodruff, 13, was the
producer and director of the show which was put on

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:50-Parade Of Sports
4:30-The Killey Style (Premiere)
5:00-PathB Educational Film
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
9:10-Canal Zone Calendar
9:15-Saturday Night Movie:
"Unknown Island"
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Boxing From The Olympic
1:00-The Christophers
1:15-The Answer
1:45-Danny Kaye Show
2:30-Billy Walker's Country
3:00-On Campus
3:25-Pro Bowlers Tour
4:40-The Mike Douglas Show
6:40-Jeff's Collie
7:05-The Lawrence Welk Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Baseball Scoreboard
9:15-Armstrong Circle Theatre:
10:05-U.S. Army: "Artillery, Then
And Now" (Special)
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-This Is The Life
11:20-The Sacred Heart
4:15-My Favorite Martian
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Movie of the Week)
"Son Of Oklahoma"
5:30-Wide Wide World
6:30-Success Story
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Bob Hope Special
8:00-SCN News
8:05-High Chaparral
Part 2
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Tonite Show
10:20-Focus On Today
10:40-Four Star Anthology
4:15-The Real McCoys
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Son Of Oklahoma"
5:30-G.E. College Bowl
6:30-Don Rickles Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Jerry Lewis Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Desilu Playhouse
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar

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

in the patio of the Woodruff residence. Assistant direc-
tors were Denise Buonviri and Kathy Malin. Edith Bar-
kowitz was in charge of makeup. Shown here are Kathy
and Jean Whitlock, Donna and Kathy Malin and
Denise Buonviri.

Deborah Pazin

Graduated From

N.C. Wesleyan
Deborah Joan Pazin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs James Thompson, Jr.,
of Balboa, was recently graduated
with honors from North Carolina
Wesleyan with a bachelor of arts
degree in history.
A record 148 degrees were
Dr. Felix C. Robb, director of
the Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools, delivered
the commencement address.
Miss Pazin, a frequent Dean's
List student, was a cheerleader, an
assistant resident counselor, and
served as secretary and vice pres-
ident of the North Carolina Wes-
leyan band.

Deborah Joan Pazin

9:05-Armchair Theater
"No Resting Place"
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-The Real McColys
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Son Of Oklahoma"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Kraft Music Hall
8:00-SCN News
8:05-12 O'Clock High
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
Man And His Universe-
"The View From Space"
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.)
"Son Of Oklahoma"
6:30-Television Journal
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Uncle Harry"
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Paris Precinct:
"Fire Bug"
4:15-Jeff's Collie
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Son Of Oklahoma"
5:30-Since Wars Began
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-U.S. Steel Hour
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
10:40-Focus On Today
11:00-Paragon Playhouse

Ed Framptons Retire

With 76 Years Service



A husband and wife with more
than 76 years of Government service
between them were among the 17
Canal organization employees who
retired during April and May.
Edward B. Frampton, lock oper-
ator, Locks Division, and Stella
I. N. Frampton, personnel clerk at
Gorgas Hospital, retired April 14.
Frampton had 35 years Government
service and Mrs. Frampton had more
than 41 years' service, all with the
Those who retired in April, their
years of Canal service, and the posi-
tions they held are as follows:
Cedric F. Gittens, Personnel Clerk,
Tenninals Division, 36 years, 7
months, 19 days.
Ram6n Gutibrrez G., Laborer
(Cleaner), Community Services,
Division, 27 years, 6 months, 26
Librado Quintana R., Laborer
(Heavy), Railroad Division, 21
years, 7 months, 23 days.
Winston S. Reid, Leader Foreman
(Ship Stevedoring), Terminals Di-
vision, 20 years, 5 months, and
7 days.
Segundo Salazar, Boiler Tender
(High Pressure), Terminals Divi-
sion, 29 years, 3 months, 20 days.
Godfrey G. Smith, Washman, Sup-
ply Division, 28 years, 4 months,
2 days.
May retirees are as follows:
Jos6 Archibold, Motor Launch
Operator, Navigation Division,
43 years, 5 months, 27 days.
Hugh C. Christie, Lock Master,
Locks Division, 28 years, 6
months, 18 days.

Quick Thinking Earns

Commendation Letters

A letter of commendation prais-
ing him for his quick thinking and
skill which avoided what may have
been a costly marine accident, has
been presented Capt. John A. Beers,
Panama Canal pilot. It was signed
by Capt. E. B. Rainier, acting Chief
of the Navigation Division.
The presentation was made by
Capt. A. L. Gallin, Marine Director
in his office at Balboa Heights in the
presence of Captain Rainier and
Capt. Andrew Stohrer, Balboa Port
The letter to Captain Beers said
in part that when the ship on which
he was pilot experienced an engine
failure in Gaillard Cut, recently, he
used his professional skill to bring
the vessel to a stop without hitting
either bank of the Canal channel.
He later used tugs to control the
vessel and permit traffic to pass in
the narrow channel, to complete

Capt. John A. Beers, second from the right, is con- Captain, left, and Capt. E. B. Rainier, acting Navigation
gratulated by Capt. A. L. Gallin, Marine Director. Director, second left.
Others present are: Capt. Andrew Stohrer, Balboa Port

transit of the Cut and to secure the
ship to moorings at Chagres Cross-
ing without damage to the ship or
to Panama Canal equipment.
Another act of quick thinking re-
sulted in letters of commendation to
H6ctor Gardner, launch seaman, and
Luther V. Cordon, launch operator,
who saved the life of a ship's seaman
in Cristobal, recently. The letters
were presented by R. W. Will, Cris-
tobal Harbormaster, and Capt. K. S.
Roscoe, Acting Cristobal Port Cap-
tain. (See photo in Spanish section.)
Gardner and Gordon, traveling
aboard the launch Dove in Cristobal
Harbor, pulled the seaman from the
water within a few minutes after he
fell from the MS Clementine. The
accident occurred while the seaman
was lowering the ship's gangway to
permit the pilot to disembark.
The letter from Captain Roscoe
said in part: "Your attention to
duty, quick thinking, and decisive
action likely saved the life of the
seaman involved. Please accept the
gratitude and thanks from the mas-
ter and crew of the Clementine and
my appreciation and thanks for a
job well done."



Material intended for publica-
tion in the SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent mate-
rial can be received and pro-
cessed for use the same week as
late as noon Tuesday. Mail mate-
WAY, Box M, Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone.

Page 2

Morris R. Collins, Chief Engineer
Towboat or Ferry, Navigation Di-
vision, 29 years, 7 months, 14
Winfield S. Ireland, Special Clerk,
Postal Division, 30 years, 1 month,
17 days.
Antonio Olmedo M., Laborer
(Heavy Pest Control), Sanitation
Division, 27 years, 2 months, 28
Jos6 M. Ramos, Laborer (Cleaner),
Division of Storehouses, 29 years,
4 months, 1 days.
Victor M. Rodriguez, Liquid Wharf-
man, Terminals Division, 18
years, 1 month, 16 days.
David S. Sinclair, Leader Cement
Finisher, Maintenance Division,
36 years, 1 month, 11 days.
Charles S. Wright, Centrifuge Oper-
ator, Electrical Division, 24 years,
1 month, 7 days.



The Balboa Housing Office tele-
phone listings have been rearranged
as follows to serve the public better:
All Housing Office service with
the exception of non-U.S. records,
2-2121; non-U.S. records, 2-2125.
This change affects the Balboa
Housing Office operation only. All
other Community Services Division
telephone numbers remain as-listed.
The Housing Office has asked that
readers clip this out and place it in
their telephone directories.

June 6, 1969


Smithsonian Institution

Cites Canal Geologist

Robert H. Stewart, Panama Canal
geologist and employee of the En-
gineering Division, has received a
Museum of Natural History Award
for Meritorious Service to the U.S.
National Museum, Smithsonian In-
stitution. The award is in recogni-
tion and appreciation of valuable
services rendered as a volunteer
assistant in the scientific pursuits
of the Museum of Natural History.
In a letter accompanying the
award, Richard C. Cowan, Director
of the National Museum of Natural
History, thanks Stewart and ex-
presses the special appreciation of
the Department of Paleobiology for
the vertebrate fossil material from
the Miocene exposures in the Canal
Zone which he has sent to the
Porter M. Kier, Chairman of the
Department of Paleobiology, also
recognizes Stewart's valuable assist-
ance and in a letter to him says,
"This award is reserved for indi-



By Emily J. Price

"These songs are not meant to
be understood, you understand.
They are only meant to terrify and
comfort." This is how John Berry-
man describes the poems in his new
prize-winning collection His Toy,
His Dream, His Rest. This book
continues and concludes the poems
in "77 Dream Songs" which won
the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1964.
Tay and Lowell Thomas, Jr.,
lived for 10 years in suburban New
Jersey. Then, tiring of overcrowded
cities, freeways, smog, and a swiftly
vanishing countryside, they moved
with their children to Alaska. Only
in Alaska is Mrs. Thomas' highly
personal and entertaining account
of their life in the vast, unspoiled
land that became their home. The
history and natural attractions of
Alaska are well described as well as
the fierce earthquake which des-
troyed much of Anchorage in 1964.
The 18th anthology called The
Best From Fantasy and Science Fic-
tion has been edited by Edward L.
Ferman. It contains 14 short stories
ranging from improbable fantasy to
solid scientific speculation. "Ogre"
is a good one and so is "Muscadine."
The refreshing ingenuity of these
stories makes one think that the best
writing is being done today in the
science fiction field.
John S. D. Eisenhower has written
an exhaustive history of the Battle
of the Bulge in The Bitter Woods.
A little slow to get going, the book
is most interesting in its appraisal of
the leaders on both sides and in its
theme that the ingenuity and re-
sourcefulness of the American
soldier were the attributes that won
the war in the bitter woods.
A pre-Bond type of spy story is
The Listener by Anne Telscombe.
The one who listens is a secret-
police eavesdropper in a Com-
munist city. In his basement hide-
away he tunes in to the bugged
apartments of foreign diplomats,
and becomes so interested in the
goings on that his spying gets in
trouble. This is a good-natured
little yam.

Nobody can get ahead unless he
uses the one he has.

viduals who have been instrumental
in advancing our knowledge in na-
tural history. Your efforts and co-
operation in furthering paleobio-
logical studies is measurably valu-
able. The National Museum would
be hard pressed to continue its stu-
dies without the aid and support of
volunteers as yourself."
A number of interesting dis-
coveries of fossilized remains in the
Canal Zone made by Stewart have
added much to the geological his-
tory of the Isthmus of Panama.
His latest project has to do with
determiining the relationship of the
La Boca Formation, a deep water
sediment, with the areas of similar
age along the west coast of the
United States and the Caribbean
area. The study covers the descrip-
tion and occurrence of microscopic
shells called foraminifera which are
used to develop rock structure for
engineering studies and finding
petroleum deposits.
Stewart has collaborated with
more than 2 dozen researchers and
scientists from museums and uni-
versities in the United States in
geologic and paleontologic studies
relating to Panama.

Robert Stewart



Steven M. Jeffries



Steven Michael Jeffries, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jeffries of Coco
Solo, has received an appointment
to the U.S. Merchant Marine Acad-
emy at Kings Point, N.Y.
Jeffries was nominated by Canal
Zone Gov. W. P. Leber to compete
for one of the two vacancies allowed
to the Canal Zone. He received his
appointment through Congressman
Brotzman from Colorado, which is
the Jeffries' home State.
A graduate of Cristobal High
School, Class of 1969, Jeffries
attended schools in Golden, Colo.;
Chula Vista, Calif.; American
Samoa, and Cristobal High School
for the past 3 years.
He has been a student aid in the
Physical Education Department at
Cristobal High School and an active
member of the Thespian Club. Last
summer he sailed through the Carib-
bean as a crew member on a
110-foot yacht.

Laugh at yourself before others
get the chance and they will laugh
with rather than at you.
a o a
Wherever man does not know an
answer, there is a new frontier.

Tugboat Console

David Craddock, field service engineer from the National Marine Service,
Inc. of St. Louis, demonstrates the control console of the tugmonitor
installed in the remote controlled tugboats "Trinidad II" and "Julian L.
Schley" to members of the tugs' crews. Craddock conducted classes in the
theory, operation and maintenance of the system to the masters, engineers,
oilers, and other support personnel on the tugs.

There were no headlines about
it-and most people in town were
not aware of what happened until
days later. But last week at the
Pedro Miguel Locks, D. B. War-
wick, became a hero when he res-
cued a dog from drowning in the
locks chamber. The dog, a mascot
aboard a transiting Greek ship, had
spotted the concrete cleats on the
lock wall and, we imagine, after
several days at sea a concrete cleat
can look a great deal like a fire
hydrant. In a jiffy, the dog jumped
ship and landed on the lock wall.
But in trying to get back to the ship
the happy hound ended up in the
chamber. Warwick went down after
him and brought him out of the
water by the scruff of the neck. The
dog was returned to the ship and
he continued on to Greece, but not
before he gave Warwick a big bite
on the leg. Oh well, heroes are
made, not born ....
0 0
The summertime Student Assist-
ants reported to offices throughout
the Canal Zone in droves last Mon-
day, and by now most of them are
right in the swing of things, learn-
ing their jobs and making new
friends. I'd like to make friends
with some of the ones I've seen
such as Dee Boarman and Liz
It was really a pleasure to see
Carlos Payne of the Accounting Di-
vision graduate from Canal Zone
College. He's been working and
going to school part-time for quite
a while and he certainly deserved
it. And to top it off, he was one of
the Honor Graduates.
a 0
The boys in the Administration
Building coffeeshop are wondering
who the cute twins are that recently

started working somewhere on the
second floor. That's all the informa-
tion they have, so any contributions
would be appreciated.

The trade winds from the Atlantic
side have brought over a little rain
and the rumor that Wilfred Barrows
is fast becoming one of the out-
standing volleyball players on the
Gold Coast. They say he dazzles
the opposition with his footwork,
and uses a footstool to put the ball
over the net.

INSIDE DOPE: You can take
3-to-2 odds that tall people get that
way because at birth they were
given their very first pair of long

Some of the craziest signs in
town, seen in various localities while
traveling around the States are:
Sign in a print shop window-
"Marriages are made in Heaven-
But WE print the Invitations."
Over the marriage license counter
at a courthouse in a small New Eng-
land town-"Back at 1 o'clock . .
Think it over!"
0 0 a
Lyle Jenkins is in the States on
leave and we understand that he
plans to bring back a new shotgun
that will guarantee his winning the
Isthmian Skeet Shooting Champion-
ship. You'd better bring back plenty
of ammo, Lyle.
Hugh Fisher is also in the States
on leave from his duties as Professor
of Military Science for the C.Z.
ROTC. but he sends back this mes-
sage for his men-"Shine your brass
and clean that rifle . ."
I'm not on leave-but everyone
wishes I were out of the country.
See you next week.

At The Movies
SWeek Beginning Saturday, June 7, 1969
BALBOA (Air Conditioned) Thurs.-Guns Of The Black Witch (A)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:35 p.m.-Mon., Fri.-The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (A)
7:30 p.m.-Hellfighters (AY)
Tues., 2:00 p.m.-The Outlaws Is
Coming (AYC)
Tues., 7:30 p.m-Symphony For S
A Massacre (A) Special Matinees
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Anzio (A)
Thurs., 2:00 p.m.-Flaming Frontier (AYC) (Rl), AYC or as Listed ***
Fri., 2:30, 6:25, 8:00 p.m.-All Cartoon
Show (AYC) Saturday, June 7, 1969
Sat.-Bonnie And Clyde (A) 10:00 am.
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-106
mins.)-Flipper And The Pirates (AYC) Smoky-Fess Parker, Diana Hyland: The
Sun.-Mon.-Rachel, Rachel (A) life and development of a wild black
Tues.-Beach Party (AY) stallion and a ranch hand's devotion to
Wed.-Bells Are Ringing (AY) the animal. (Color.) T-110 mins.
Thurs.-Doctor In The House (AY) DIABLO HEIGHTS
Fri.-Monkeys Go Home (AYC) DIABLO HEIGHTS
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Blood 2:00 p.m.
On The Arrow (AY) Tarzan's Peril-Lex Barker: The king of
GAMBOA the jungle in another exciting episode.
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Daring Game (AYC) T-85 mins.
Sun.-Gentleman Killer (A) GAMBOA
Tues.-Doctor In The House (AY)
Wed.-Rachel, Rachel (A) 6:15 p.m.
Fri.-Bells Are Ringing (AY) The Adventures Of Bullwhip Griffin-
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-One A Walt Disney Production with Roddy
Spy Too Many (AY) McDowall, Suzanne Pleshette, Karl
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) Maiden. (Color.) T-116 mins.
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat. (Prerelease)-Jungle Book plus COCO SOLO
featurette Run, Appaloosa, Run (AYC) 2:00 p.m.
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m-Mon., 7:00 p.m. The Best Of Laurel & Hardy-The laugh
Tues., :00,7:00 p.mlng -Lord Jim (AY) kings at their funniest in this lengthy
Tues., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Lord Jim (AY) feature. T-96 rains.
Wed.-Thurs.-Salt And Pepper (A) feature. T96 minds.
Fri., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Tarzan And The MARGARITA
Valley Of Gold (AY)
2:00 p.m.
MARGARITA 2:00 p.m.
The Desperado Trail-Lex Barker: A trail
Sat.-The Secret Life Of An American of a thousand dangers . where death
Wife (A) rides with outlaw greed. (Color.)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-101 T-96 mrins.
mins.)-Three Sailors And A Girl (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-The Heart Is A Lonely GATUN
Hunter (A) 2:00 p.m.
Tues.-Tony Rome (A) The One That Got Away-Hardy Kruger:
Wved.-Guns Of The Black Witch (A) The true story of Franz von Werra who
Thurs.-Bonnie And Clyde (A) escaped the British. (SIT.) T-112 mins.
Fri.-The Daring Game (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Hombre OAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
(AY) except as shown. Program subject to
GATUN change without notice.
Sat.-Tarzan And The Jungle Boy (AYC) FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-133 Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
mins.)-How To Steal A Million 8 to 12.
(AYC) T-Indicates Total Running Time.
Sun.-The Bounty Killers (A) R-Indicates Repeat.
Tues.-The Lion Of Saint Mark (AY) SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Page 3


June 6, 1969

Bob Lowry

Leaves for

Robert W. Lowry, assistant chief
of the Dredging Division and a long-
time Panama Canal employee, has
resigned his position and left the
Isthmus yesterday for Hawaii and
Lowry has accepted a position
with the Dredging Industries Aus-
tralia, Ltd., and will work on dredg-
ing and reclamation work in Aus-
tralia, New Zealand, and New
Guinea. He and his wife expect to
eventually make their home in
A native of Windsor, Colo.,
Lowry joined the Canal organiza-
tion in 1939, not long after he was
graduated from New Mexico State
College with a degree in mechanical
engineering. All of his service has
been with the Dredging Division
except for 9 years, between 1952
and 1962 when he was employed
by the Construction Agregate Corp.
of Chicago and the Orinoco Mining
Co. in Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela.
He returned to the Panama Canal
as chief foreman machinist and
later became assistant chief of the
Dredging Division. On several
occasions he has acted as chief of
the Dredging Division.
He was assistant chief Feb-
ruary 1968 when a super bulk
carrier sank in the middle of Gail-
lard Cut and blocked the Canal
channel to traffic. As such, he was
a member of the team that worked
around the clock to refloat the ship
and put the Canal back in operation.
For his work in helping to clear
the channel, Lowry was one of those
to receive a letter of commendation
for outstanding achievement from
Secretary of the Army Stanley R.

Choco Indian Exhibit
Featured at Library
A new exhibit in the Canal Zone
Library-Museum features Choco
Indian ethnographic items gathered
by the Kapp-Choco Expedition,
The exhibit includes artifacts col-
lected from Indian homes in Darien
-musical instruments, cooking uten-
sils, tools used in making these
utensils, stools, baskets, fire fans,
sleeping mat, sandals, a hat, cere-
monial scepters-all used in the
Indians' daily life. They are all
made by hand of clay, gourds, straw,
bark, and wood.
These artifacts were loaned for
exhibition by Capt. Kit S. Kapp.

Teachers, Students
(Continued from p. 1)
sity at Flagstaff, Ariz., from June 9
to August 1.
Miss Baker is a junior at Balboa
High School, and is one of 25 par-
ticipants selected from more than
500 applicants to the institute, the
only one of its kind in the United
The program is designed to in-
troduce talented high school stu-
dents to linguistic science and to
stimulate further study in this
science. The first 6 weeks is
devoted to daily class and lab
sessions in the basics of linguistic
theory and language field tech-
niques. The last 2 weeks, students
will apply their knowledge to
analyzing the language of the
Indians in the Flagstaff area.
Germaine Lemm, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. German Lemm of
Colon, a senior at Cristobal High
School, will attend a summer in-
stitute at Southeastern Language
Center for Secondary Schools. The
institute is sponsored by the Col-
lege of Education and College of
Arts and Sciences, University of
Georgia, Athens, Ga.

The Canal Zone All Stars display their ball handling
ability after being selected as the top basketball players
in the Zone for 1969. From left are: Thomas Slice,

Cristobal Passengers
To Get 1 Night Lodging
Southbound passengers on the
SS Cristobal leaving New Orleans
June 10 and who have automobiles
for shipment to the Canal Zone may
board the vessel after 8 a.m., June 9,
after delivering their cars to the
They will be furnished over-
night accommodations without meals
during a period when there will be
no hotel rooms available in New
Orleans due to a large Baptist con-
vention from June 8 through
June 12. Passengers without autos
should arrive in New Orleans on
the sailing date, if possible.

Laundry Driver
(Continued from p. 1)
was only a few minutes late in being
A letter of commendation from
Gaddis Wall, chief of the Police
Division, said Knight had actually
apprehended the suspect.
"I commend you for your attitude
toward law enforcement and your
assumption of a citizen's responsi-
bility beyond what is normally ex-
pected in such circumstances," the
letter said in part.

Last Week's Visitors

Miraflores Locks -----
Gatun Locks------
Summit Gardens.-----.
Museum --_ ___
Points of interest in the
Canal Zone---
Las Cruces,
partial transits, 6 ___-
Small launches,
partial transits, 1 __
Ship transits:
Fairstar -__-----
U.S.S. Boston ---
Southern Cross __.
Grand total-- __





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Calendar of

June 6-14-The Pete Johnson Experi-
mental Art Studios will present a dis-
play of oil paintings done by students
who recently completed a course at
Morgan's Gardens. At Little Gallery
of the Tivoli Guest House from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. daily.
June 6-Tryouts for the United Fund
production of "Showboat" at Balboa
High School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
June 12-"Oliver," Academy Award
winner, will be presented at the Cen-
tral Theater in a gala premiere spon-
sored by the Dante Alighieri Com-
mittee and the Medical Wives' Club of
Panama. Tickets are $1 and door prizes
are trips to Europe and Bogota.

Canal Zone College; Roy Archer and Keith Bullinger,
Balboa High School; Fred DeJesus, Canal Zone Col-
lege; and Charles Gallardo, Balboa High School.

Employees of the Year

(Continued from p. 1)
Sefred A. Bowen, maintenanceman,
Margarita Service Center.
Blue Honor employees were: Luis
Espinal, food service worker, Bal-
boa Service Center Cafeteria; Min-
tra Babb, counterwoman, Drive-
Inn; Samuel Turner, cook, Diablo
Heights Service Center; Amy Agard,
sales store checker, Diablo Heights
Service Center; Ivy M. DaCosta,
sales store checker, Balboa Service
Center; Isodora Green, sales store
clerk, Rainbow City Service Center;
Louise A. King, supervisory, sales
store clerk, Coco Solo Service
Plants: Employee of the Year was
Jos6 Valladares, milk plant worker,
Mount Hope Milk Plant.
Red Honor employees were: Olvin
I. Campbell, clerk, Ancon Laundry
and Manuel de Jes6s Sienz, assist-
ant baker, Mount Hope Bakery.
Blue Honor employees were:
George C. Rooke, baker, Mount
Hope Bakery, and Leodrick Perch,
milk plant worker, Mount Hope
Milk Plant.
Merchandise Management Branch.
Employee of the Year was Marga-
rita C. Rowe, clerk typist, Whole-
sale Groceries, Mount Hope Ware-
Red Honor employees were: Mil-
ray L. Barrow, supply clerk, Whole-
sale Shoes; Clarence A. Tomlinson,
warehouseman (cold storage), Coro-
zal Cold Storage; and Edna C. C6r-
dova, supply clerk, Merchandise
Management, Drygoods.
Blue Honor employees were:
Linnet R. de Mercado, warehouse-
man, Wholesale Drygoods, Mount
Hope Warehouses; and Aurelio
Guzman, high lift truck operator
(cold storage), Corozal Cold Stor-
Tivoli Guest House-General Man-
ager's Office-Building and Equip-
ment Section. Employee of the Year
was Earl C. Best, waiter, Tivoli
Guest House.
Red Honor employee was C. D.
Alleyne, electrical equipment repair-
man, Building and Equipment Sec-
Blue Honor employee was Violet
E. Grant, Guest House clerk, Tivoli
Guest House.
Storehouses: Red Honor em-
ployees were Ernesto A. Franklin,
general foreman (stockman) Cris-
tobal Storehouse, Warehousing
Branch, and Vincent C. Wilson,
control-order clerk, Inventory Man-
agement Branch.
Blue Honor employees were Ro-

sendo Bonilla, heavy laborer, Sec-
tion I, Warehousing Branch, and
Jos6 Martinez, flame cutter, Scrap
and Salvage, Warehousing Branch.
Housing Branch: Employee of
the Year was Guy V. Bruton, lead
foreman laborer (cleaner), U.S. Ele-
mentary Schools.
Red Honor employees were:
Hubert White, laborer (cleaner),
U.S. Quarters (Atlantic); Cleveland
Johnson, leader laborer (cleaner) Bal-
boa Heights Administration Build-
ing (Pacific); Efrain L6pez, leader
laborer (cleaner), U.S. Elementary
Schools (Pacific); and Catalino Cas-
tillo M., laborer (cleaner), U.S. Ele-
mentary Schools (Atlantic).
Blue Honor employees were:
Allan A. Faulkner, leader laborer
(cleaner), U.S. Quarters (Pacific);
Orton Harding, laborer (heavy),
Moving Service (Pacific); and Alfon-
so de la Rosa, laborer (cleaner),
Public Buildings (Atlantic).
Grounds Maintenance Branch:
Employee of the Year went to Con-
cepci6n Barrios, general foreman
(grounds), Grounds Maintenance
Branch Office (Pacific).
Red Honor employees were:
Norman N. Bonnick, general fore-
man (grounds), Grounds Mainte-
nance Branch Office (Atlantic);
Jesuts M. Mena, lead foreman
(grounds), Grounds Maintenance
Branch at Mount Hope; Newton
Skeet, general foreman (grounds),
Grounds Maintenance Branch Office
(Pacific); Francisco Villarreal, lead
foreman (grounds), Grounds Main-
tenance Branch Utility Gang (Pa-
cific); and Charles A. Alexander,
general foreman (grounds), Grounds
Maintenance Branch Office (Pa-
Blue Honor employees were:
Mario Pineda, Grounds Maintenance
Equipment operator in Atlantic
Tank Farm; Joclyn E. Byrnes, lead
foreman (grounds), Grounds Main-
tenance Branch in Balboa Town-
site; Darrington A. Moss, lead fore-
man (grounds), Grounds Mainte-
nance Branch, Garbage Collection
(Pacific); Cayetano De Sedas,
Grounds Maintenance Branch, gar-
bage collector (Pacific); Juan B.
G6mez, laborer (heavy), Grounds
Maintenance Branch in Balboa
Heights Townsite; Dario E. Villa-
rreal, Grounds Maintenance equip-
ment operator at Summit Gardens.

Hatred is the passion of fools.

Silence in the midst of injustice is


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Y' drzIk"

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Alda E. Alien
Asla L. Bennett
Rudolph Burda
Angel Guevara
Clifton H. L6pez
Carlos McFarlane
Roy O. Thomas
Arnold Leopold Brown
Susanne M. Corrigan
Walter Hirsch
Ralston A. Kirton
Michael F. Ryan
Jos6 M. Banda
Frank Gittens
Keith E. Green
Wilfred Hoyte
Juan Pacheco A.
Alexander M. Steward
Enrique Van Kwartel
Walter A. Dryla
Pedro Morales
Virgilio Portillo
Edward S. Reynolds
Rail Rodriguez
Jos6 A. Cruz G.
Arthur V. Nugard

Pedro F. Martin
Karl W. Shirley
Ernest W. Oliver
William R. Bell
W. W. Dillon
Charles R. Eastman
Florentiho Vicente J.
Warren Gerhart
Glenn R. Lee
Cecilio V. Reynolds, Jr.
Rena E. Bell
William Isaac
Angel Rios
Edgardo Selles
Cecil H. Taylor

Delano J. Baptiste
Arcadio Buendia
Vicente Clare Coren
Luis A. Cortes
William Cox
Percival Dale
Borris Ellis
George R. Hawkins
Louis H. Hixon
Charon Kelly
Robert J. King
Herman McDaniel
Luis Murillo
Louis E. Palmer
Robert G. Stewart
William Wirtz, Jr.
George Baptist
Conrad Boyd
Gualdetrude GalvAn
Alberto GAlvez
Cyril E. Lewis
Thomas Love
Sidney L. Morris
Ricardo Rivera
Victor Allen
Jack Streeter

Jos6 Chan
Robert L. Austin
Enrique Martinez



Vol. VII, No. 51 Mds de 50 Afos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 6 de Junio de 1969

Reconocen Labor de 65

Empleados de A. y S.C.

El Gobernador Interino de la
Zona del Canal, R. S. Hartline y la
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales del Canal de PanamA
honraron el martes a 65 empleados
de la Direcci6n en una ceremonia
de entrega de premios del Emplea-
do del Aiio y el Empleado de Honor,
celebrada en el Teatro de Balboa.
Treinta y seis empleados de la
Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales recibieron premios por
Servicio Sobresaliente, cada uno
acompafiado de un cheque por $200,
y 29 empleados de la Direcci6n re-
cibieron premios por Servicio Supe-
rior, cada uno con un cheque per
H. C. Egolf, Director Interino de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales,
abri6 la ceremonia y present al
Gobernador Interino Hartline y a
los jefes de Divisi6n y Secciones,
quienes a su vez presentaron a los
empleados al Gobernador Interino.
Cada Divisi6n de la Direcci6n
tenia un Empleado del Afio para
1969. Cecil G. Springer, capataz
cocinero en el Centro de Servicios
Comunales de Margarita, fue el


Captura a

Para Dudley Knight, conductor
de la Lavanderia de Anc6n, de 52
afios de edad, hay de todo en un
dia de trabajo: desde entregar la
ropa hasta atrapar a un ladr6n.
Pero, para la Policia de la Zona
del Canal el asunto tiene mayor im-
portancia. "Fue un magnifico tra-
bajo. Deberia ser imitado", fue el
comentario de uno de los funciona-
rios de la policia. (Foto en la secci6n
Knight, panamefio, fue el respon-
sable de la detenci6n de un sospe-
choso de hurto, el 26 de mayo, a
los pocos minutes de que el hombre
fuera visto saliendo de una casa en
la poblaci6n de Diablo.
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

Empleado del Afio para la Divisi6n
de Abastos. La Srta. Carmen Gri-
maldo, oficinista-mecan6grafa en el
Ramo de la Vivienda en el sector
Atlintico, fue la Empleada del Afio
para la Divisi6n de Servicios Co-
munales, y Manuel A. Contreras,
encargado de existencias a cargo de
materials para las Divisiones de
Esclusas y Ferrocarril, en el Ramo
de Almacenaje, fue el Empleado del
Afio para la Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Cada uno recibi6 un premio por
Actuaci6n Sobresaliente, un certifi-
cado y un cheque por $200.
Cada Ramo tenia tambien un
Empleado del Afio que recibi6 un
premio por Actuaci6n Sobresaliente
y un cheque por $200; Empleados
de Honor Rojo que recibieron pre-
mios de Actuaci6n Sobresaliente y
cheques por $200; y empleados de
Honor Azul que recibieron premios
por Servicio Superior y cheques por
Los premios, por ramos fueron
como sigue: Ramo de Mercadeo:
Almacenes, el premio del Empleado
del Aiio fue para Alexander Grant,
subjefe oficinista de almac6n de
ventas en el Almac6n de Coco Solo.
Los empleados de Honor Rojo
fueron: Ernesta C. Aird, cajera en el
Almac6n de Balboa; Evelyn A.
Hinds, primer capataz carnicero en
el Almac6n de Balboa; Edward M.
Phillips, encargado de anaqueles,
secci6n de comestibles, en el Alma-
cen de Gamboa; y Lillian A. Hen-
ion, cajera en el Almac6n de Rain-
bow City.
Los empleados de Honor Azul
fueron: Dorothy I. de Creque, ca-
jera en el Almac6n de Rainbow
City; Leonard F. Wright, depen-
diente de estaci6n de servicio (ga-
solinera), en la Estaci6n de Servicio
de Balboa; Margaret Mussa, ofici-
nista-mecan6grafa en el Ahnacen
de Balboa; Emily R. Malcolm, caje-
ra en el Almac6n de Paraiso; Vere-
na B. Nicholas, oficinista en el Alma-
c6n de Coco Solo; y Leonora C.
Griffin, cajera en el Almac6n de
Ventas para Articulos del Hogar en
Centros de Servicios Comunales:
El premio del Empleado del Afio
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Se Jubila Matrimonio con

Mads de 76 Anios de Servicio

Un matrlmonio con mis de 76
afios de servicio gubernamental
entire los dos, habia entire los 17
empleados de la empresa del Canal
que se jubilaron durante los meses
de abril y mayo.
Edward B. Frampton, Operario de
Esclusas, de la Divisi6n de Esclusas,
y Stella I. N. Frampton, Oficinista
de Asuntos de Personal en el Hos-
pital Gorgas, se jubilaron el 14 de
abril. La Sra. Frampton tenia mis
de 41 afios de servicio, todos con el
Canal. Frampton tenia 35 afios,
6 meses y 18 dias de servicio.
Aquellos que se jubilaron en abril,
sus afios de servicio con el Canal, y
las posiciones que tenian, son:
Cedric F. Gittens, Oficinista, Asun-
tos de Personal, Divisi6n de Ter-
minales, 36 afios, 7 meses, 19
Ram6n Gutidrrez, Aseador, Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales, 27 alios,
6 meses, 26 dias.
Librado Quintana R., Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados), Divisi6n de Ferro-
carril, 21 arios, 7 meses, 23 dias.
Winston S. Reid, Primer Capataz de
Estibadores (Naves), Divisi6n de
Terminales, 20 afios, 5 meses, 7
Segundo Salazar, Cuidador de Cal-
deras de Alta Presi6n, Divisi6n

de Tenninales, 29 afios, 3 meses,
20 dias.
Godfrey G. Smith, Lavandero, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, 28 afios, 4
meses, 2 dias.
Los jubilados en mayo son:
Jose Archibold, Operario de Lancha
Motora, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n,
43 afios, 5 meses, 27 dias.
Hugh C. Christie, Maestre de Es-
clusas, Divisi6n de Esclusas, 28
afios, 6 meses, 18 dias.
Morris R. Collins, Primer Maquinis-
ta, Remolcador o Barcaza, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, 29 afios, 7
meses, 14 dias.
Winfield S. Ireland, Oficinista Es-
pecial, Divisi6n de Correos, 30
anios, 1 mes, 17 dias.
Antonio Olmedo M., Obrero (Tra-
bajos Pesados-Erradicaci6n de
Plagas), Divisi6n de Sanidad, 27
afios, 2 meses, 28 dias.
Jos6 M. Ramos, Aseador, Divisi6n
de Almacenes, 29 afios, 4 meses,
1 dia.
Victor M. Rodriguez, Despachador
Subalterno de Combustibles Li-
quidos (Muelles), Divisi6n de
Terminales, 18 afios, 1 mes, 16
David S. Sinclair, Capataz Pulidor
de Cemento, Divisi6n de Mante-
nimiento, 36 afios, 1 mes, 11 dias.
Charles S. Wright, Operario de Cen-
trifuga, Divisi6n de Electricidad,
24 afios, 1 mes, 7 dias.

Cartas de encomio son entregadas a H6ctor Gardner,
marinero de lancha motor (segundo de la izquierda)
y a Luther V. Gordon, operario de lancha motora (se-
gundo de la derecha), debido a que por su agilidad men-
tal y acci6n decisive, salvaron la vida del marinero de
un barco en la Bahia de Crist6bal, recientemente. Las
cartas son entregadas por E. R. Will, Maestre de Rada
de Crist6bal, a la izquierda, y por el Capitin K. S.
Roscoe, Capitin Interino del Puerto de Crist6bal, a la
derecha. Gardner y Gordon viajaban a bordo de la
lancha "Dove" en la Bahia de Crist6bal, cuando saca-


ron del agua a un marinero, pocos minutes despues que
cayera desde la motonave "Clementine". El accident
ocurri6 mientras el marinero bajaba la pasarela de la
nave, para permitir desembarcar al prActico. La carta
del Capitfn Roscoe dice en parte: "La atenci6n al deber,
agilidad mental y acci6n decisive de parte de ustedes,
probablemente salv6 la vida del mariners en cuesti6n.
Sirvanse aceptar la gratitud y el agradeciniento de
parte del capitAn y la tripulaci6n de la motonave "Cle-
mentine" y tambidn mis gracias por un trabajo bien
hecho". El "Clementine" es client regular del Canal.

Alaban a 3 Personas pot

Unos Actos de Salvamento

Una carta de encomio elogiin-
dolo por su agilidad mental y habi-
lidad que evit6 lo que pudo ser un
costoso accident maritimo, fue en-
viada al Capitin John A. Beers,
practice del Canal de Panamr por
el CapitAn E. B. Rainier, Jefe Inte-
rino de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n.
La presentaci6n fue hecha por el
Capitin A. L. Gallin, Director de
Marina en su oficina en Balboa
Heights en presencia del Capitin
Rainier y el Capitin Andrew Stoh-
rer, Capitin del Puerto de Balboa.
(Foto en la secci6n inglesa.)
La carta al Capitan Beers dice en
parte que cuando el barco en el cual
era el practico sufri6 un fallow en la
maquinariaen el Corte Gaillard re-
cientemente, us6 su habilidad pro-
fesional para detener el navio sin
golpear ninguna orilla de la via del
Mas tarde utiliz6 remolcadores
para controlar el barco y pennitir

Este Ano la Produccion del

Fondo Unido Sera Showboat

Una de las bfsquedas de talent
mis grandes que jams se haya efec-
tuado para una producci6n musical
en el Istmo, estA actualmente en
march para la producci6n del Fon-
do Unido de este verano, "Show-
El productor, Bruce Quinn, dice
que la obra require 86 actors di-
ferentes, ademAs de numerosas po-
siciones tecnicas y tras bastidores.
Las pruebas para esta obra musi-
cal, que ha sido una de las de mayor
exito en Estados Unidos, tendrin
lugar del 2 al 6 de junior en el Audi-
torio de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa, a las 7:30 p.m.
La obra se estrenarA el 18 de
julio y seguirA presentandose hasta
el 2 de agosto en el auditorio de !a

El enorme elenco incluye coros
vocales y de bailey y se necesitarAn
actors y actrices negros. Tras bas-
tidores, se necesitarin trabajadores
para la construcci6n del scenario,
para el vestuario y para las luces.
Don Musselman, quien fuera di-
rector de arte dramhitico en la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal, de
1954 a 1964, regresara para dirigir
Entre el resto del personal direc-
tivo estarAn el CapitAn Loren John-
son con su Banda de la Fuerza Aerea
del Comando Sur, a cargo de la mu-
sica de fondo; Tony Mata, core6gra-
fo; Al Johnson, director de lumino-
tecnia, y Cleve Soper, director de
"Showboat" basado en la novel
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

el paso del trAfico en el estrecho
Canal, completar el trAnsito del
Corte y asegurar el barco a sus ama-
rras en el Cruce del Chagres sin
daio alguno al barco o al equipo
del Canal de PanamA.
Otro acto de agilidad mental re-
sult6 en cartas de encomio a H6ctor
Cadner, marinero de lancha, y
Luther V. Gordon, operario de lan-
cha, quienes salvaron la vida de un
marinero de un barco en Crist6bal
recientemente. Las cartas fueron
entregadas por R. W. Will, Maestre
de Rada de Crist6bal, y el Capitin
K. S. Roscoe, CapitAn Interino del
Puerto de Crist6bal.
Gardner y Gordon, viajando a
bordo de la lancha Dove en la Rada
de Crist6bal, sacaron al marinero
del agua pocos minutes despu6s de
que habia caido de la motonave
Clementine. El accident ocurri6
mientras el marinero estaba bajando
la pasarela para permitir desembar-
car al prActico.
La carta del Capitan Roscoe dice
en parte: "La atenci6n al deber, agi-
lidad mental y acci6n decisive de
parte de ustedes, probablemente
salv6 la vida del marinero en cues-
tidn. Sirvanse aceptar la gratitud y
agradeciniento del capit'n y la tri-
pulacidn de la Clementine y tam-
bi6n mis gracias por un trabajo bien

Esclusas de Miraflores 1,830
Esclusas de Gati-n._. 292
Jardines de Summit __- 265
Museo.____ _--- 265
Puntos de inters en la
Zona del Canal.-.--_- 4
Las Cruces, 6 viajes .. 492
Lanchas pequeinas,
1 viaje --------. 2
Fairstar____-.. -___ 1,041
U.S.S. Boston--._- 1,021
Southern Cross__ 1,060
Gran total_ .- 6,272

Nueva Marca

De Transitos
Una nueva marca fue estable-
cida por el Canal durante el mes
de mayo al registrarse un triffico
de 1.324 barcos de alto bordo.
La cifra supera por dos barcos
la marca existente, impuesta
hace 1 afio.
Ademis de los barcos de alto
bordo, transitaron durante el mes
pasado 43 navios de menos de
300 toneladas netas del Canal
de PanamA.
El promedio de trAnsitos de
alto bordo alcanz6 42.7 por dia,
en comparaci6n con 42.6 en
mayo de 1968.
En abril tambi6n se establecie-
ron nuevas marcas con un pro-
medio de 43 barcos diarios-el
mayor trafico jamAs alcanzado
en 1 mes. El total de barcos en
abril fue de 1.289, a pesar de
que ese mes es de s6lo 30 dias.



Junio 6, 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-Reprise 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

1 1:15-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
8:00-La Patrulla Juvenil
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
5:15-Porky Pig 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-El Caf6 Squirt
8:00-Los Invencibles de N6mesis
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 Pijaro Carpintero
12:00-Los Tres Chiflados
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
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-Viaije a las Estrellas
10:30-Cine Sabado

Gente en la Noticia

Warren E. Le6n, Jr., es ayudante estudiantil y presta
servicios en el Ramo de Artes GrAficas del Canal de
PanamA. Naci6 en la ciudad de PanamA, el 31 de mayo .
de 1949 y actualmente reside con su familiar en la Base
de Albrook de la Fuerza Airea de Estados Unidos, en
la Zona del Canal. Hizo sus studios primaries en el
Colegio de La Salle en PanamA, la secundaria en la
Miami Military High School. Actualmente estudia Artes
en la Universidad de la Zona del Canal. De 1967 a
1968, obtuvo el titulo de El Cadete MAs Sobresaliente
en la Escuela Secundaria Militar de Miami. Pertenece
al Club de Ciencias de America y le encanta la foto-
grafia, al extreme de que piensa efectuar studios supe-
riores en esa rama en alguna universidad de Estados
Unidos. Tambi6n le encanta el laboratorio fotogrAfico.
Entre sus pasatiempos se cuentan la nataci6n, el balon-
cesto y el judo. Dice que dedicarA todos sus esfuerzos S
con el fin de convertirse en fot6grafo professional.

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pa-
namA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6-
nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n que se deseare publi-
car en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada
a la oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir
la correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los
empleados del Canal de Panaml.
Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
(incluvendo envio por correo) $2.60 al
aio. Los cheques deben hacerse pa-
gaderos al Panama Canal Company y
dirigidos a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions,
Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

Celebraron C

De "Charlie'

El 16 de mayo, Charles Wright,
operario de centrifuga en la Planta
Generadora de Electricidad de Agua
Clara, sector AtlAntico, celebr6 su
cumpleafios nimero 70.
Ese dia, por primer vez en la
historic de esa plant de energia
el6ctrica del Canal de PanamA, se
celebr6 una fiesta de cumpleafios
con su pastel y todo lo demas. La
fiesta fue una demostraci6n del
aprecio que tanto los superiores del
Ramo de Energia El1Ctrica de la
Division de Electricidad, como los
compafieros de trabajo de Wright
sienten por 61.
Segin Victor D. Young, Jefe de
la Planta Generadora de Agua
Clara, la fiesta, adem6s de ser un
tribute muy merecido a los largos
afios de magnificos servicios de
Charles Wright, contribuy6 a ele-
var la moral de los empleados.
El punto central de la fiesta fue
el enorme pastel decorado con la
leyenda "Happy Retirement, Char-
lie", pues la fecha, ademAs de su
cumpleafios, conmemoraba la jubi-
laci6n de Wright de su servicio con
el Canal de Panama. Ademnis, hubo
pastel de frutas, pollo frito, ponche,
sodas y otros refrescos.
Los empleados del Ramo obse-
quiaron a "Charlic" con dos sillas
perezosas plegables y un banquillo
para descansar los pies, a los que
61 piensa darles buen uso durante
sus ratos de descanso en la nueva
casa que acaba de comprarse en

PwMpm WA de Eentoti

Junio 8-Dia del Locutor en Panama. El segundo domingo de junio de
cada aiio es dedicado a honrar a los trabajadores de la radio y la televi-
si6n. En el Hip6dromo Presidente Rem6n se corre el Handicap Dia de
la Radio, se efectian peregrinaciones a las tumbas de los trabajadores de
la profesi6n ya desaparecidos y se Ilevan a cabo otros actos sociales y
Junio 13-15-Tendri lugar el Primer Festival de la Canci6n en el Teatro
Caribe de la ciudad de Col6n. Se presentarin artists invitados de Pana-
mA y de la Zona del Canal y se otorgaran premios a los cantantes gana-
dores en la interpretaci6n de baladas modernas y tipo "pop", de las seis
mejores composiciones, arreglo de compositores locales y de la Zona
del Canal. Para mayors detalles, Ilamar a Col6n, 7-3907 6 7-0602.
Junio 14-Dia de la Bandera en Estados Unidos. No es dia de fiesta, pero
es el dia dedicado a honrar la bandera. Todas las residencias se engalanan
con los colors de la Naci6n.
Junio 15-Dia del Padre. Tanto en PanamA como en la Zona del Canal,
los hiios hacen regalos a sus padres.



Puerto Pil6n, Provincia de Col6n.
"Charlie" Wright agradeci6 con
emocionadas palabras las atenciones
de sus jefes y compafieros y "Mike"
LaCroix, capataz de mecAnica de la
Planta de Agua Clara, actu6 como
fot6grafo official tomando la foto
que acompafia a esta cr6nica.

La ciudad de Filadelfia ha dado
una nota de progress con la forma
en que elimina la basura. En vez de
quemarla (como 800.000 toneladas
al afio), la ciudad la embala y la des-
pacha por tren hasta las minas de
carb6n del Estado donde se usan
para rellenar las excavaciones aban-
donadas. Todos los habitantes de la
ciudad estAn muy contents con el
proyecto que les permit respirar
un aire mis puro.

Charles Wright, con la camisa a cuadros, Operario de Centrifuga en la Esta-
ci6n Diesel de Agua Clara en el sector AtlAntico, celebr6 su septuag6-
simo cumpleafios el 16 de mayo con una fiesta de despedida que le ofre-
cieron sus compafieros de trabajo del Ramo de Energia El6ctrica, de la
Division de Electricidad en el sector AtlAntico. Charlie aparece con el gran
pastel de cumpleafios que estaba decorado con "Feliz Jubilaci6n Charlie".

____En Su Pantalla




Viernes 6 CERRADO Journey To Shiloh (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Texas Across The River (AYC) Planet Of The Apes (AY)
Journey To Shiloh (AY) y To The Shores Of Hell (AY) y
SAbado 7-__- Texas Across The River (AYC) CERRADO Dondi (AYC)
Around The World In 80 Days
Domingo 8- (AYC) Wanted, Johnny Texas (A) The Hell With Heroes (A)
Limes 9 .. Around The World In 80 Days Counterfeit Killer (A) y
(AYC) Rough Night In Jericho (A) The Hell With Heroes (A)

Martes 10_- CERRADO Pink Jungle (AY) Don't Just Stand There (A)
Mi6rcoles 11 Counterfeit Killer (A) y
MRough Night In Jericho (A) Blood On The Arrow (AY) CERRADO

Jueves 12---- Pink Jungle (AY) CERRADO Strategy Of Terror (A) y
Jueves 12.. Pink Jungle (AY) CERRADO Love And Kisses (AY)
Tarzan And The Jungle Boy (AYC)
Viernes 13 CERRADO y Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs 10:00 p.m.
(AY) One Million Years, B.C. (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Niiios de 8 a 12.



9:15-Fey Alegria
10:00-Todo por la Patria
ll:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:00-SA vese Quien Pueda
12:25-Carrousel Internacional
2:00-Domingo Deportivo
8:00-El Santo
9:00-Hawaii Cinco O
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
12:00-Muisica y Risas
1 :30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Charlas y Dibujos Animados
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Will Sonnett
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-Richard Diamond
11:30-Los Tramposos
12:00-Misica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-EI Hogar y La Escuela
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflicts Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Las Novias
11:00-Richard Diamond
11:30-Los Tramposos
12:00-Sorteo dd la Loteria
12:15-MNfisica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Mujer Opina
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
i:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00--Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero v
Los Fabulosos 20
11:00-Richard Diamond
11:30-Los Tramposos
12:00-Mdsica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Consejos Para la Salud
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-InstantAneas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Will Sonnett
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflicts Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Jim West
11:30-Los Tramposos
12:00-M6sica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Camino de la Verdad
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:35-Primera Plana
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00o-Micronoticiero y
Conflicts Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y La Ley del
11:00-La Hlora Cero
11:30-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Oso y Yo
12:30-HlIroes de Hogan
1:30-La Muier Opina
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
4:00-Largo Metraje
5:30-Esa Chica
6:00-Dos Tontos en Apuros
6:35-Primera Plana
7:30-Sibados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
9:00-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
10:00-Superproducciones del Sabado

PAgina 2


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Junio 6, 1969

Pagina 3



Antes de un desafio, aparecen los representantes de las
agencies navieras (a la izquierda) y los de la Divisi6n
de Bomberos (a la derecha), en la Liga de Volibol de
los Trabajadores del AtlAntico. La bella madrina de los

navieros, Srta. Sandra Donadio, aparece con su equipo,
mientras que la simpAtica madrina de los bombers,
Srta. Reina Stevens, aparece rodeada por sus mu-
chachos decididos a ganar el encuentro.

Listo Programa de los

Torneos Intercolegiales

El program de competencias deportivas intercolegiales de las Escuelas
Latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal se iniciarA el viernes 13 de junior
con events de gimnasia, tanto en Paraiso como en Rainbow City.
Las siguientes fechas han sido aprobadas para el program deportivo

Viernes, junio 13-Paraiso (varones y nifias) _.---
Viernes, junior 13-Rainbow City (varones y nifias) ____----
Viernes, julio 11-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso_ ____-------
Viernes, julio 18-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City __------
Viernes, julio 25-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso -- ------
Viernes, agosto 15-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City ___---- --_
Viernes, agosto 29-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso -------
Viernes, septiembre 12-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City -----
Viernes, octubre 10-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City ----
Viernes, octubre 17-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso--------
Viernes, octubre 24-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City ---------
Viernes, octubre 31-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso__ -------
Viernes, diciembre 12-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso --_----
Viernes, diciembre 19-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City-- -
Viernes, enero 9-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso----------
Viernes, enero 16-Rainbow City vs. Paraiso (nifias) _---
Evento double de atletismo
*Viernes, enero 23-Paraiso vs. Rainbow City (varones) ----
Evento double de atletismo

4:45 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

4:45 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
4:45 p.m.

5:00 p.m.
4:45 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m.
4:45 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

4:45 p.m.

4:45 p.m.
-5:00 p.m.
4:45 p.m.
4:45 p.m.

5:00 p.m.

(Enero 19 a Enero 23 de 1970)
Lunes, enero 19-Dia de campo. Escuela Primaria de Rain-
bow City_ ------------- ----------------- 3:00 p.m.
Martes, enero 20-Dia de campo. Escuela Primaria de Paraiso__ 3:00 p.m.
Mi6rcoles, enero 21-Dia de campo. Escuela Primaria de Pedro
Miguel- ----- ----- --------------------------3:00 p.m.
Mi6rcoles, enero 21-Dia de campo. Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso ----------------------------------- 3:00 p.m.
Jueves, enero 22-Dia de campo. Escuela Primaria de Santa Cruz 3:00 p.m.
Jueves, enero 22-Dia de campo. Escuela Secundaria de Rain-
bow City _..-- --------- -------------- ------. 3:00 p.m.
Torneos de beisbol, nataci6n, tenis y atletismo se celebrarin conjunta-
mente con las escuelas secundarias estadounidenses de la Zona del Canal.
Las fechas serin anunciadas mis adelante.
o Eventos atl6ticos adicionales (varones).

El 6 de Julio Actuaran las

Mujeres Jinetes en Panama

El pr6ximo 6 de julio volverAn a
correr las muchachas jinetes en el
Hip6dromo Presidente Rem6n en
Panamai, segin anuncio hecho por
la gerencia de ese centro hipico
Letty Millar, la joven de Balboa
que gan6 el "Clhsico de las Ama-
zonas" cl domingo 27 de abril ilti-
mo en la misma pista, sera una de
las participants en -a carrera del
6 de julio y ha solicitado penniso
para matricularse en la escuela de
jinetes que opera en el Hip6dromo.

Tambi6n participarAn Catherine
Gregory, Wilda Regan, Carol
Christensen, Susan Romo, Jomar
Ketring y Sharon Kohr.
Se espera que para esta carrera
el p6blico lene todas las dependen-
cias del Hip6dro-no Presidente
Rembn, que con la primera presen-
taci6n de las amazonas registry una
marca de concurrencia con mAs de
25.000 personas. Ya llegarA el dia en
que las mujeres jinetes aotien en
carreras contra los varones.




Jos6 M. Banda
Frank Gittens
Keith E. Green
Wilfred Iloyte
Juan Pacheco A.
Alexander M. Steward
Enrique Van Kwartel
Jos6 A. Cruz C.
Arthur V. Nugard
Karl W. Shirley
Rena E. Bell
William Isaac
Angel Rios
Edgardo Selles
-Cecil H. Taylor

/Humor y


"Creo que el escape esta por ahi...

Roberto Clarke, active vendedor
de seguros de la Mutual de Omaha,
muy conocido por numerosos em-
pleados del Canal de PanamA, a los
que atiende muy cordialmente en
todo moment en lo que a seguros
se refiere, anda en estos dias muy
orgulloso con su cup6 deportivo
Datsun, color gris plateado.
Dice Clarke que se decidi6 a
comprar un autom6vil deportivo de
bolsillo debido a que tiene tantos
amigos a los que desea "saludar"
que muchas veces, cuando los ve
tiene muy poco espacio para esta-
cionar y para ello le viene de peri-
lla el Datsun deportivo. Ahora si
estamos seguros de que el gran
Roberto tendrA muchisimos mis
amigos de los que tiene ahora y
que con su habilidad professional
llegarA muy lejos.
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Recientemente, hubo una con-
venci6n de los diferentes puestos de
la Legi6n Americana que existen en
Guatemala, Costa Rica, Aruba y en
el Departamento de la Zona del
Canal. La convenci6n tuvo lugar en
la ciudad de Guatemala y seg6n los
comentarios del Sargento Nickloi
Olson, del Puesto N9 3 de la Legi6n
Americana en Gatin, tuvo un 6xito
complete debido al gran entusiasmo
de todos los delegados.
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Cuenta el gran "Nick" Olson que
durante la convenci6n s6lo hubo un
pequefio contratiempo. Y es que el
Comandante del Puesto de la Le-
gi6n Americana en Guatemala se
llama James Kennedy y en el Pues-
to de la Legi6n Americana de
Gatfn, uno de los miembros tam-
biWn se llama James Kennedy, quien
fue enviado como delegado a la
convenci6n de Guatemala. Cuando
vinieron las elecciones para digna-
tarios, sali6 reelegido como coman-
dante del Puesto N9 1 de Guate-
mala James Kennedy, pero al prin-
cipio, el Kennedy de Gatiin creia
que la cosa era con l1. Hubo que
explicar muy bien las cosas debido
a la confusion de los tocayos.
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Internado en la Secci6n A del
Hospital Gorgas se encuentra Ri-
cardo Martinez, conductor de auto-
m6vil en la Divisi6n de Transporte
a Motor de Anc6n y que Altima-
mente estaba asignado a la Capita-
nia de Puerto de Balboa. Estuvo

Tres de los equipos que toman parte en la Liga de Voli-
bol de los Trabajadores del AtlAntico aparecen con sus
respectivas madrinas. Al centro, los muchachos de la
Division de Transporte a Motor, con su madrina, la Srta.

bastante grave pero ya pas6 el peli-
gro. Como dice el mismo Martinez:
"Casi que estuve delante de Papa
Dios, pero 61 decidi6 darme otra
oportunidad". Nosotros nos alegra-
mos de la mejoria del amigo Mar-

"La vejez es lo mismo que todas
las demis cosas. Para tener 6xito en
ella, hay comenzar bien ovenn. No
sabemos si les gust6 el dicho. Si no
les gust6 no nos echen a nosotros ]a
culpa. No es nuestro. Es del MIAMI

"Todo hombre que se cree mis
inteligente que su esposa . es
porque se ha casado con una muier
sumamente sabia". Y si les gust6,
les diremos que tampoco es nuestro,
sino del mismo gran diario que men-
cionamos anteriormente.
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Antonio Aciego S., colonense de
pura cepa, y a pesar de que no lo
parece, ya es abuelo. Es el jefe del
turno que trabaja en la Imprenta
del Canal desde las 3 de la tarde
hasta bien entrada la noche, con
el fin de que todos los viernes
podamos leer el SPILLWAY. Aciego
reside en Colon, pero viaja hasta
este lado todos los dias. Ya lleva 7
anos de viajar 500 millas a la se-
mana para cumplir con su trabajo.
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Acompafian a Aciego en la labor
de levantar, corregir y dejar listo el
material del SPILLWAY para la cA-
mara de offset tres compaiieros:
Jose S. Alegria Ch., mecanico lino-
tipista; Claudio A. Gibbs y Walter
A. Pinder, cajistas manuales.
a a a
Alegria y Pinder trabajan con la
Imprenta del Canal de PanamA
desde que estaba en el sector Atlan-
tico, lo mismo que Aciego. Pero de-
cidieron venirse a vivir al sector
Pacifico cuando mudaron la impren-
ta. Actualmente, Alegria reside en
Paraiso, mientras que Pinder tiene
su propia casita en la pintoresca
barriada de Villa CAceres.
Claudio A. Gibbs llevaba ya como
20 afios de trabajar en la Imprenta
do decidi6 venir a trabajar con la fa-
milia del Canal. Ya Ileva unos 6
afios de estar con nosotros. Vive en
el barrio de Rio Abajo en la ciudad
de Panama.

Dolores Cox; a la izquierda, los empleados del Hospital
de Coco Solo, con la Srta. Benilda Troya, y a la extrema
derecha, los empleados de la Divisi6n Industrial, con
su madrina, la Srta. Lucrecia Joliffe.


Junio 6, 1969

Webster Marshall Cumpli6

40 Anios de Servicio Aqui

Cuarenta aios de servicios, todos
con el Canal de PanamA, cumpli6
la semana pasada Webster F. Mar-
shall, Oficinista de Contabilidad en
la Division de Transporte a Motor
en Anc6n.
Marshall, quien ha laborado con
la Division de Transporte a Motor
desde que ingres6 a la empresa del
Canal en 1929, fue objeto de una
fiestecita sorpresiva de parte de sus
jefes y compafieros de trabajo el
martes de la semana pasada, reci-
biendo tambi6n un regalo de sor-
Marshall entr6 a trabajar con la
Division de Transporte cuando al
sitio donde labor actualmente se
le conocia como "El Corral", por-
que habia entonces caballos y co-
ches, de los cuales ya estaban sa-
liendo y se empezaba a adqiuirir
autom6viles Ford Modelo T.
Comenz6 como mensajero, desem-
pefiando luego las posiciones de ayu-

dante de oficina, despachador, ofici-
nista y oficinista de contabilidad.
Marshall estA oasado con la Sra.
Violeta Marshall y reside en Pedro
Miguel. Tienen una hija, Yvonne
Jamieson, enfermera graduada, que
reside en Brooklyn, Nueva York,
con su esposo Raymond Jamieson,
tambi6n panamefio, y sus dos niios
de 6 y 7 afios de edad, lo que hace
a Marshall abuelo por partida double.
Marshall manifiesta que quizAs
dentro de un par de afios se jubile,
pero que todavia no lo ha decidido.
Marshall es predicador local en
la Iglesia Metodista de PanamA, Co-
misionado de los Boy Scouts Inter-
nacionales, representante del Con-
sejo Civico de Pedro Miguel en las
Conferencias del Gobernador, miem-
bro de la Junta de Seguro Colectivo,
representante del Local 900 y ofi-
cial de enlace de los empleados de
la Division de Transporte a Motor.

Un regalo sorpresivo de parte de sus compafieros de la
Division de Transporte a Motor recibi6 la semana pasa-
da Webster F. Marshall, cuarto de la izquierda, al cum-
plir 40 afios de servicios, todos con la empresa del Canal
de PanamA. El regalo le fue entregado por Paul Kuyoth,
Superintendent Interino de la Divisi6n de Transporte

Funci6n Benefica

Para Guarderia

Infantil el 12

El Club de Esposas de M6dicos
de Panama y la Sociedad Dante
Alighieri, presentarin la premiere de
gala de la comedia musical "Oliver"
en el Teatro Presidente el jueves 12
de junio pr6ximo, a beneficio de la
guarderia infantil que sera estable-
cida en PanamA Viejo. El precio del
boleto es de $5.
La pelicula gan6 varies Oscares,
como la mejor pelicula del afio, con
la mejor direcci6n artistic, el mejor
director, la mejor partitura, la mejor
reproduoci6n sonora y la mejor
La cinta cinematografica "Oliver"
ha sido tomada de la novela clAsica
de Charles Dickens sobre la vida y
los infortunios de un hu6rfano lla-
mado Oliver Twist, que no s6lo
harA meditar sobre las penalidades
por las que tienen que pasar algu-
nos nifios, sino que deleitarA con sus
bellisimas canciones, por lo que la
selecci6n hecha por el Club de Es-
posas de M6dicos de Panama no
pudo haber sido mejor. Se rifarAn
dos premios, un viaje a Italia y otro
a Colombia.
Los boletos para esta premiere
de gala pueden conseguirse con
Georgina C. de Young en la Zona
del Canal, telAfono Balboa 2-6301,
y en PanamA con Natividad de Bem-
porad, tel6fono 24-3438; Noemi de
Puerta, tel6fono 23-7592; Maud de
Canavaggio, tel6fono 24-1793; y
Mary de Raymondo, telifono

Museo de la Zona

Expone Motivos

a Motor. En la mesa hay un pastel que tenia grabado:
"Felicitaciones, 40 Afios de Servicio Federal". Apare-
cen, de izquierda a derecha: George Black, Kuyoth,
Raymond Parker, Webster F. Marshall, Elida A. de
Casis, Malcolm Francis, Celina R. de Palma, Harold
Laurie y Federico Hudson.


R. Lowry

Robert W. Lowry, subjefe de la
Division de Dragas y empleado por
much tiempo del Canal de PanamA,
ha renunciado su posici6n y parti6
ayer rumbo al Hawai y Australia.
Lowry ha aceptado una posici6n
con la Dredging Industries Austra-
lia, Ltd. (Industrias de Dragado de
Australia, Ltda.) y trabajara en la-
bores de dragado y mejoramiento
en Australia, Nueva Zelandia y
Nueva Guinea. Se espera que 61 y
su esposa residan en Hawai.
Nativo de Windsor, Colorado,
Lowry se uni6 a la empresa del
Canal en 1939, poco tiempo des-
pu6s de haberse graduado en el New
Mexico State College, con el grado
en Ingenieria MecAnica. Todo su
servicio ha sido con la Divisi6n de
Dragas con excepci6n de 9 afios,
entire 1952 y 1962 cuando estuvo
empleado por la Construction Agre-
gate Corp. of Chicago y la Orinoco
Mining Co. en Puerto Ordaz, Vene-
Regres6 al Canal de PanamA
como jefe capataz, mecAnico tor-
nero y mAs tarde se convirti6 en sub-
jefe de la Divisi6n de Dragas. En
varias ocasiones ha actuado como
jefe de la Divisi6n de Dragas.
Era subjefe en febrero de 1968
cuando un super carguero se hundi6
en medio del Corte Gaillard y blo-
que6 la via del Canal al trAfico.
Como tal, fue integrante del equipo
que trabaj6 dia y noche para sacar
el barco y poner el Canal nueva-
mente en operaci6n.
Por su labor en la ayuda de des-
pejar el Canal, Lowry fue uno de
los que recibieron una carta de cn-
comio por su destacada realizaci6n
de parte del Secretario del Ej6rcito,
Stanley R. Resor.

De Indios Chocoes Este Aio, "Showboat"...

Una nueva exposici6n en la Bi-
blioteca-Museo de la Zona del Canal
tiene como principal atracci6n los
objetos etnogrAficos reunidos por la
Expedici6n Kapp al Choc6 en 1969.
La exposici6n incluye artefactos
reunidos de las residencias indias
en Darien-instrumentos musicals,
utensilios de cocina, herramientas
utilizadas para hacer estos utensilios,
taburetes, canastas, abanicos para
soplar fogones, petates, sandalias,
un sombrero, cetros ceremoniales-
todos usados en la vida diaria de
los indios. Todos son hechos a mano
ya sea de arcilla, calabaza, paja,
corteza y madera.
Estos artefactos fueron prestados
para su exhibici6n en la Biblioteca-
Museo por el CapitAn Kit S. Kapp.

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
del mismo nombre, original de Edna
Farber, fue producida originalmente
en 1927, por Florenz Ziegfeld. La
partitura musical fue escrita por
Jerome Kern, mientras que el libre-
to fue original de Oscar Hammer-
stein II y P. G. Wodenhouse.
La obra cubre la vida y los amo-
res de tres generaciones de viajeros
y trabajadores, a bordo del Cotton-
blossom, un buque teatro del Mis-
sissippi. Su romAntica historic estA
salpicada con igual cantidad de nm-
meros grandiosos y con cancio-
nes de amor trigicas y de much

Maneje con Cortesia

Nuevos Telefonos

En Oficina de la

Vivienda de Balboa

Los telcfonos de la Oficina de
la Vivienda de Balboa han sido
cambiados de la siguiente for-
ma, con el fin de brindar mejor
servicio al p6blico:
Todos los servicios de la Ofi-
cina de la Vivienda, con la ex-
cepci6n de los archives de los
que no son ciudadanos de Esta-
dos Unidos, tendrAn el tel6fono
2-2121; los archives para los que
no son ciudadanos de los Estados
Unidos, tendrAn el telifono
Este cambio afecta solamente
las operaciones de la Oficina de
la Vivienda de Balboa. Todos los
demis tel6fonos de la Divisi6n
de Servicios Comunales perma-
necerAn iguales. La Oficina de
la Vivienda suplica a los intere-
sados que recorten este aviso y
lo coloquen en sus directories

Conductor Captura ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
La policia dijo que Knight estaba
entregando ropa en el Area, cuando
una mujer le llam6 la atenci6n sobre
una persona que acababa de salir
de una de las casas del otro lado
de la calle, cargando un paquete.
Knight pidi6 la descripci6n de la
persona y sali6 en su persecuci6n,
encontrando al sospecloso en ]a
parade de autobuses que queda
cerca del Centro de Servicios Co-
munales de Diablo. Luego de orde-
narle que no se moviera, el hombre
se entreg6 y le dio el paquete a
Knight, segfn declare la Policia de
la Zona del Canal.
Eso fue todo. La ropa fue entre-
gada s61o unos minutes mAs tarde.
Una carta de encomio, firmada
por el Jefe de la Policia Gaddis
Wall, dice que Knight fue quien en
realidad arrest al sospechoso.
"Lo felicito por su actitud hacia
el cumplimiento de la ley y por
haber aceptado la responsabilidad
del ciudadano en una forma que
supera a la que normalmente se
espera en esas circunstancias", dice
en parte la carta.

El espiritu human es universal y
no se limita a la naci6n preferida.
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Todos debemos tener el valor de
admitir nuestros errors, la inteligen-
cia de aprovechar la lecci6n y la
firmeza de enmendarlos.

Reconocen Labor de 65 Empleados de...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

fue entregado a Edith Blades, en-
cargada de mostrador en el Centro
de Servicios Comunales de Diablo.
Los empleados de Honor Rojo
fueron: Calvin E. Hall, oficinista en
el Centro de Servicios Comunales
de Balboa; Maudline Jemmott, ca-
jera en la Cafeteria de Balboa
Heights; Nethina Scott, cajera en
el Centro de Servicios Comunales
de Diablo; Antoniette M. Town-
send, cajera en el Centro de Ser-
vicios Comunales de Santa Cruz;
Sefred A. Bowen, encargado de
mantenimiento, en el Centro de
Servicios Comunales de Margarita.
Los empleados de Honor Azul
fueron: Luis Espinal, mozo de ofi-
cios, servicio de comidas en la Ca-
feteria del Centro de Servicios Co-
munales de Balboa; Mintra Babb,
encargada de mostrador en "Drive-
Inn"; Samuel Turner, cocinero en el
Centro de Servicios Comunales de
Diablo Heights; Amy Agard, camera
en el Centro de Servicios Comuna-
les de Diablo Heights; Ivy M. Da
Costa, cajera en el Centro de Ser-
vicios Comunales de Balboa; Iso-
dora Green, cajera en el Centro de
Servicios Comunales de Rainbow
City; Louise A. King, subjefe ofici-
nista almac6n de ventas en el Cen-
tro de Servicios Comunales de Coco
Plantas: El empleado del Aiio fue
Jos6 Valladares, trabajador de plan-
ta elaboradora de leche, Lecheria
de Mount Hope.
Los empleados de Honor Rojo
fueron: Olvin I. Campbell, oficinis-
ta, Lavanderia de Anc6n y Manuel
de Jes6s Sienz, ayudante panadero,
Panaderia de Mount Hope.
Empleados de Honor Azul fue-
ron: George C. Rooke, panadero,
Panaderia de Mount Hope; y Leo-
drick Perch, trabajador de plant
elaboradora de leche, Lecheria de
Mount Hope.
Ramo para el Movimiento de
Mercancia. Empleada del Afio fue
Margarita C. Rowe, oficinista-meca-
n6grafa, Ventas al por Mayor, Al-
macenes de Mount Hope.
Empleados de Honor Rojo fue-
ron: Milray L. Barrow, oficinista de
abastos, Venta de Zapatos al por
Mayor; Clarence A. Tomlinson, al-
macenero (frigorifico), Frigorifico de
Corozal; y Edna C. C6rdova, ofici-
nista de abastos, Movimiento de
Mercancia (Mercaderia Seca).
Los empleados de Honor Azul
fueron: Linnet R. de Mercado, al-
macenera, Ventas al por Mayor
(Mercaderia Seca), Almacenes de
Mount Hope; y Aurelio Cuzmin,
Operario de Montacargas de Trin-
che (frigorifico), Frigorifico de Co-
Casa de Huespedes Tivoli-Ofi-
cina del Gerente General-Secci6n
de Edificio y Equipo. Empleado del
Aiio fue Earl C. Best, camarero,
Casa de Huuspedes Tivoli.
El empleado de Ionor Rojo fue
C. D. Alleyne, reparador de equipo
el6ctrico, Secci6n de Edificio y
El empleado de Honor Azul fue

Violet E. Grant, oficinista, casa de
hubspedes, Casa de Huespedes
Almacenes: Los empleados de
Honor Rojo fueron Emesto A.
Franklin, capataz general encarga-
do de existencias, Almacen de Cris-
t6bal, Ramo de Almacenaje; y Vin-
cent C. Wilson, oficinista encargado
de 6rdenes, Ramo de Administra-
ci6n de Inventario.
Los empleados de Honor Azul
fueron: Rosendo Bonillo, obrero
(trabajos pesados), Secci6n I, Ramo
de Almacenaje; y Jos6 Martinez,
cortador a llama de gas, Chatarra y
Excedentes, Ramo de Almacenaje.
Ramo de la Vivienda, el Emplea-
do del Afio fue Guy V. Bruton, pri-
mer capataz aseador, Escuelas Pri-
marias Estadounidenses.
Los empleados de Honor Rojo
fueron: Hubert White, aseador, Re-
sidencias Estadounidenses (Atlinti-
co); Cleveland Johnson, primer ca-
pataz aseador, Edificio de Adminis-
traci6n, Balboa Heights (Pacifico);
Efrain Lopez, primer capataz asea-
dor, Escuelas Primarias Estadouni-
denses (Pacifico); y Catalino Cas-
tillo M., aseador, Escuelas Primarias
Estadounidenses (Atlintico).
Empleados de Honor Azul: Allan
Faulkner, primer capataz aseador,
Residencias Estadounidenses (Pacifi-
co); Orton Harding, obrero (trabajos
pesados), Servicio de Mudanza (Pa-
cifico); y Alfonso De la Rosa, asea-
dor, Edificios P6blicos (AtlAntico).
Ramo de Mantenimiento de Pre-
dios: El empleado del Afio fue
Concepci6n Barrios, capataz gene-
ral, mantenimiento de predios, Ofi-
cina del Ramo de Mantenimiento
de Predios (Pacifico).
Empleados de Honor Rojo: Nor-
man N. Bonnick, capataz general,
mantenimiento de predios, Oficina
del Ramo de Mantenimiento de
Predios en Mount Hope; Newton
Skeet, capataz general, manteni-
miento de predios, Oficina del Ramo
de Mantenimiento de Predios (Paci-
fico); Francisco Villarreal, primer
capataz, mantenimiento de predios,
Cuadrilla de Servicios Pfblicos del
Ramo de Mantenimiento de Predios
(Pacifico); y Charles A. Alexander,
capataz general, mantenimiento de
predios, Oficina del Ramo de Man-
tenimiento de Predios (Pacifico).
Empleados de Honor Azul: Mario
Pineda, operario de equipo de man-
tenimiento de predios en el Dep6-
sito de Combustibles del sector
Atlantico; Joclyn E. Byrnes, primer
capataz, mantenimiento de predios,
Ramo de Mantenimiento de Predios
en Balboa; Darrington A. Moss, pri-
mer capataz, mantenimiento de pre-
dios, Recolecci6n de la Basura,
Ramo de Mantenimiento de Predios
(Pacifico); Cayetano de Sedas, reco-
lector de basura, Ramo de Manteni-
miento de Predios (Pacifico); Juan B.
G6mez, obrero (trabajos pesados),
Ramo de Mantenimiento de Predios
en Balboa Heights; Dario E. Villa-
rreal, operario de equipo de mante-
nimiento de predios en los Jardines
de Summit.

Paigina 4