The Panama Canal spillway =

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The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Portion of title:
Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title:
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Place of Publication:
Balboa Hights C.Z
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Panama Canal
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Biweekly[Jan. 6, 1984-1999]
Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
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37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Vol. VIII, No. 4 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, July 11, 1969

37 Are Graduated

S'9 1', Graduating Apprentices

i c Urged To "Keep Current
3' IIe ye


Don Musselman directs a scene in the United Fund
production of "Showboat" which opens at the Balboa
High School Auditorium July 18. Produced by Bruce


Ticket Sales

Start Today
Ticket sales will open today for
the gigantic United Fund summer
production of "Showboat," the most
endearing and enduring musical in
the history of the American theater,
which opens at the Balboa High
School Auditorium July 18.
Angela Bomford, as Magnolia
Hawkes, and David Ellis, as the
dashing Gaylord Ravenal, play the
leading roles in the musical extra-
vaganza which has won the hearts
of millions since it was first pro-
duced by Florenz Ziegfield in 1927.
Showboat has rated four elaborate
productions in New York and three
movie versions since that time.
"Showboat" follows the life of
Magnolia aboard her father's steam-
boat theater on the Mississippi
River and her romance with the
irresponsible riverboat gambler.
The combination of romance, poign-
ancy, recollections of picturesque
Mississippi showboating days and
the beloved melodies such as "Old
Man River," "Bill," "Can't Help
Lovin' Dat Man," "Make Believe,"
"Why Do I Love You," and many
other tunes make it the classic
American show.
Other leading players in the
musical comedy include Robert
Wright as Cap'n Andy, the genial
proprietor of the showboat; Jan
Hampel as his puritanical wife,
Parthy Ann Hawkes; Linda Wood-
ruff as the hapless Julie; Lois Bos-
twick and Kaye Richey as the loyal
showboat troupers, Ellie and Frank;
Arnold Walters as the work-ridden
Negro, Joe; and Ruby Wolfolk as
the good-natured showboat cook,
A supporting cast, plus the sing-
ing and dancing choruses which
includes more than 80 persons from
Panama, the Canal Zone, and the
U.S. military and their dependents,
promises one of the most entertain-
ing of all United Fund productions.
"Showboat" is being directed by
Don Musselman and produced by
Bruce Quinn who also has done the
set design. Musical direction is by
U.S. Air Force Capt. Loren John-
son, choreography, by Tony Mata
and lighting, by Al Johnson.
(Continued on p. 4)


Quinn who also did the set design. "Showboat" runs
until August 2. For tickets call Balboa 2844 or Panama
62-4587 between 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.

Canal Electrician

Wins Scholarship

Robert S. Flumach, electrician
employed by the Electrical Divi-
sion in Balboa, has been awarded
a 4-year college scholarship by the
International Brotherhood of Elec-
trical Workers.
The scholarship is one of 12
available this year and was won
by Flumach in competition with
Electrical Union members from all
over the world, mainly the United
States and Canada.
He is the second young man from
the Canal Zone to get the union
scholarship. The first went to Daniel
George, who later received a degree
in electrical engineering from
Louisiana State University.
The scholarship is open to
any member of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
who has been a member in good
standing for 5 years and who has
been working at least 1 year as a
journeyman after completing his
apprenticeship. The applicant must
be under 30 years of age.
Flumach, who will get $2,500 a
year for a 4-year-course of study,
plans to attend Texas A. and M.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Flumach of Balboa and is a
graduate of Balboa High School in
the class of 1960. He completed a
4-year apprenticeship with the Pan-

Last Week's Visi
Miraflores Locks_------_

Gatun Locks----------
Summit Gardens --------
Canal Zone Museum ___
Las Cruces, 12 trips ______
Small launches, 4 trips --
Ship transits:
Arcadia -----
Rossini _________
Grand total -----




Liquid Suns Combo at
Coco Solo Teen Dance
The Liquid Suns Combo will
play the Coco Solo Teen Club dance.
tonight from 7:30 to 11:30. Admis-
sion is 50 cents.

Robert S. Flumach

ama Canal as an electrician in 1964
and has been working as an elec-
trician since that time. He is a
member of Local 397.
He and his wife and daughter
will go to the United States in
August and will live in College
Station. Tex.. while he is in school.

Thirty-seven apprentices, the
largest number in the history of
the Panama Canal Apprenticeship
Program, received Certificates of
Completion in a ceremony held at
the Personnel Bureau's Training
Center Annex, Balboa Heights, last
Eleven of the graduates are em-
ployees of the U.S. Army Southern
Command and 26 are with the
Canal organization. This is the
largest number of apprentices also
for the Army since it began par-
ticipating in the program in 1963.
Approximately 70 parents, wives,
and other guests of members of the
graduating class attended the cere-
mony which also included the pre-
sentation of Outstanding Perform-
ance awards to four of the Canal
The honor graduate for the 1969
class is William L. Benny, Jr., elec-
trician in the Locks Division. The
other three recognized for Out-
standing Performance are: Roderick
N. Macdonell, electrician, Locks
Division; Hubert G. Ranger, rigger,
Industrial Division, and William L.
Catron, refrigeration and air-condi-
tioning mechanic. Herschell W.
Dempsey, Jr., printer, Printing
Plant, also received an Outstand-
ing Performance award but it was
presented to him in April prior to
his departure for service in the
The U.S. Army Southern Com-
mand presented two of the Army
apprentices with Sustained Superior
Performance Awards. They are
Miguel H. Machado, plumber, and
Leroy F. Skinner, cablesplicer.
Maurice B. Nickel, Chief, In-
dustrial Division, introduced the
honored guests and pointed out that
the apprentices, representing 18
different skills, will be a tremend-
ous asset to the skilled force com-
plement on the Isthmus.
Acting Gov. R. S. Hartline gave
the graduation address. He said,
"I've been greatly impressed by the
many congratulatory messages we
have received from all parts of the

Acting Gov. R. S. Hartline presents an Outstanding Performance Award
to William L. Benny, Jr., honor graduate, at the 1969 Apprentice Gradua-
tion Ceremony. Benny is an electrician in the Locks Division. Colonel
Hartline gave the graduation address and presented special awards at the
program which was held in the Canal Personnel Bureau's Training Center
Annex in Balboa Heights.

world, praising the Canal organiza-
tion for its efficiency and service.
The messages come from shipping
organizations, government repre-
sentatives, and from many, many
people who have transited the
Canal as tourists.
"These messages, translated into
meaningful people-terms, reflect
favorably on the competence, serv-
ice, and skill of many dedicated
employees-your coworkers and
"The apprentice program is one
of many important employee devel-
opment programs conducted by the
Canal organization and the military
agencies. Because of the very na-
ture of the special training, we con-
sider the apprentice program most
vital to our primary mission, the
transiting of ships representing
world commerce from one ocean to
another, around the clock, every
day of the year.
"The very nature and the variety
of the industrial skills represented
by the apprenticeships listed in the
program reflect the important role
the graduates will play in fulfilling
the important task of operating and
maintaining the Canal."
He also encouraged the men to
keep current with the technological
advancement in their crafts and to
(Continued on p. 4)

Special Mail

Service Fees

Will Increase
Special mail service fees will be
increased at Canal Zone post offices
beginning July 14, according to
David C. Rose, Director of Posts.
Registry fees for mail going to
points in the Canal Zone, the
United States, its territories and
possessions, have been raised from
75 to 80 cents for declared value up
to $100. All other registration fees
based on declared values of more
than $100 are increased by 5 cents.
There is an increase in fee from 75
to 80 cents for foreign destination
registered mail also.
Fees for return receipts requested
at time of mailing, showing to
whom and when delivered, will be
increased from 10 to 15 cents for
numbered insured, certified, and
registered mail going to addresses
in the Canal Zone, the United
States, its possessions and territories,
and from 13 to 15 cents for insured
and registered mail going to foreign
Special delivery fees for service
to the United States, its territories,
and possessions, have been in-
creased for first class, airmail, and
priority mail. The present rates of
30, 15, and 60 cents (depending on
the weight of the articles mailed)
have been increased to 45, 60, and
75 cents.
For letters, letter packages, post-
cards, and airmail for other articles
to foreign destinations, the present
fees of 30, 45, and 60 cents are
increased to 45, 60, and 75 cents.
For surface mailing of other articles,
the present fees of 55, 65, and 80
cents are increased to 65, 75, and
90 cents.


July 11, 1969

Certificates in hand, new graduates of the Gorgas
School of Medical technology are shown with officials
of Gorgas Hospital after successfully completing 1 year
of training. Left to right, front row, are: Mrs. Karen
Bowers, Mrs. Cristina Bunyea, Miss Dalys Solis, Dr.
Joaquin F. L6pez, chief of Clinical Pathology at
Gorgas Hospital; Mrs. Ricardo Quijano, Miss Ana E.

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1] :00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:55-Parade Of Sports
4:20-Ted Mack Amateur Hour
4:45-The Killey Style
5:10-American Sportsman
6:00-Weekend '69)
6:25-Movie Marquee
6:30-The Joey Bishop Show
7:35-Get Smart
8:05-SCN News
8:10-The Holywood Palace
9:05-Canal Zone Calendar
9:10-Boxing From the Olympic
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Saturday Night Movie:
"Tall Texan"
1:00-The Christophers
1:15-The Answer
l:45-Danny Kaye Show
2:35-Billy Walker's Country
3:00-Off Ramp
3:30-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-NBC Experiment in Television:
"The New Communicators"
10:05-The 20th Century
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:]5-The Sacred Heart
4:15-Andy Griffith
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Movie of the Week)
"The Big Wheel"
5:30-Wide Wide World
6:30--Success Story
6:55-SCN News in Spanish
7:05-Steve Allen Comedy Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Tonite Show
10:20-Focus On Today
10:40-Four Star Playhouse
4:15-The Real McCoys
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"The Big Wheel"
5:30-G.E. College Bowl
6:30-Bill Anderson Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Bell Telephone Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Desilu Playhouse
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater
"Carry On Regardless"
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-The Real McCoys
8:25-Apollo XI Liftoff
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05 -Afternoon (Cont.)
"The Big Wheel"
5:30-Armed Forces Special
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:
"Portrait of Petula"
10:05-George Sanders Mystery
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Danny Thomas Show
4:15-Danny Thomas Show
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"The Big Wheel"

Garcia, and Miss Maritza E. Salas. Back row: Ricardo
Vallarino, supervisory medical technologist; Dr. Henry
M. Bowers, Jr., assistant chief of Laboratory Services,
Gorgas Hospital; Col. Lawrence M. Jackson, director
of Gorgas Hospital; and Dr. David C. De Jong, chief
of Laboratory Services at Gorgas Hospital.

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
he 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.

Security is important; opportunity,

Silent night . .isn't.
a 0 o*
Modern education enables the
crises of adolescence to reach the
chaos of maturity.

6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Our Place
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"The Big Wheel"
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-The Unexpected
4:15-Jeff's Collie
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"The Big Wheel"
5:30-Since Wars Began
6:30-Apollo XI Coverage Live
From Spacecraft
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Your All-American College
8:30-Wanted Dead Or Alive
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Of Mice and Men"
10:50-Focus On Today
11:05-Heart of the City

Radial Tires

Can Be Hazard

For Motorists
The U.S. Air Force issued a
warning recently that the mixing of
conventional and radial tires is a
dangerous practice. While inves-
tigating a head-on-crash involving
a privately owned vehicle in which
one person was killed, the Air Force
found that the use of a radial tire
on the right front wheel along with
conventional tires on the other three
wheels was a significant factor in
the accident. It was suspected that
the radial tire held a true track
while the conventional tires skidded,
causing the crash.
Preferably, radial tires would be
installed on all four wheels but if
only two radial tires are used, they
should always be placed on the rear
wheels. Radials should never be
used on the front wheels with con-
ventional tires on the rear. The
basic design of radial tires is such
that when turning the steering
wheel, they immediately take up the
new heading without the normal
side deflection of conventional tires.
In a slight skid situation with
radial tires on the front only, the
front tires will hold a true grip
allowing the rear tires to break loose
resulting in a severe skid. The use
of one radial tire on the front with
conventional tires on the other three
wheels is considered extremely dan-
gerous and will make control of a
vehicle difficult even under ideal
road conditions.
Radial tires are those on which
the tread runs at right angles to the
circumference of the tire.


At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday, July 12, 1969
BALBOA (Air Conditioned) Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Curucu,
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:30 p.m.-Mon., Beast Of The Amazon (AY)
7:30 p.m.-Play Dirty (A) GATUN *
Tues., 2:00, 7:30 p.m.-Young Anericans
(AYC) Sat.-Grand Prix (AY)
'Wed., 2:00 p.m. (T-124 mins.)-Charade Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-98
(AY) nuins.)-Maya (AYC)
w red.-Tlhrs., 7:30 p.m.-Great Sun.-Buona Sera!, Mrs. Campbell (A)
Catherine (AY) Tues.-How To Steal The World (AY)
Fri. 2:00, 6:15, 8:00 p.m.-Mrs. Brown, Thurs.-Behold A Pale Horse (AY)
You've Got A Lovely Daughter (AYC) Fri.--Billion Dollar Brain (AY)
Sat.-How To Steal The World (AY) ecialM a needs
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-
Jungle Book plus special added (R), AYC or as Listed d***
ieaturette Run, Appaloosa, Run (AYC)
Tues.-Navajo Joe (A) Saturday, July 12, 1969
\Ved.-Casino Royale (A)
Thurs.-Counterfeit Killer (A) BALBOA
Fri.-Fighting Prince Of Donegal (AYC) 10:00 a.m.
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Bandolero Pinocchio-A Walt Disney all-cartoon
(AY) feature. T-109 mins.
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Ballad Of Josie(AYC) 2:00 p.m.
Sun.-Inspector Clouseau (A)isne
Tues.-Counterfeit Killer (A) Peter lan-\Valt Disney feature cartoon.
..-. 1 J-ng-e ,00K _, spe... ", .,T-107 rains.

\Wcl.--Jungle Book plus special auuLeu
featurette Run, Appaloosa, Run (AYC)
Fri.-Gladiators Seven (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Hondo
And The Apaches (AY)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-Bullitt (A)
Tues.--Wanted, Johnny Texas (A)
Wed., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-The Royal
Ballet (AYC)
Thurs., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-A Man For All
Seasons (AYC)
Fri., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Yellow Submarine
Sat.-Five Card Stud (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-125
mins.)-Around The World Under
The Sea (AYC)
Sun.-Around The World In 80 Days
Mon.-Boy, Did I Get A Wrong Number
Tues., 2:00. 7:00 p.m.-Behold A Pale
Horse (AY)
Wed.. 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Billion Dollar
Brain (AY)
Thurs -Strategy Of Terror (A)
Fri., 200. 7:00 p.m.-Ballad Of Josie

6:15 p.m.
Tarzan's Savage Fury-Lex Barker, Ioro-
thy Hart: Safari searches for Tarzan
to learn the whereabouts of the \azuri
tribe. (SIT.) T -86 mins.
2:00 p.m.
The Darn Cat-Walt Disney comedy-
mystery. T-122 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Follow Me, Boys-A Walt Disney Boy
Scout story. T-138 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Smoky-Fess Parker: Ranch hand's devo-
tion to a horse. T-110 mins.
All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


By Emily J. Price

Wayne Thors' book Flying for
Fun or Business says that it con-
tains all the information you need
to decide if you want to learn to
fly and eventually own your own
plane. It does not give flying in-
structions but does give much in-
formation about private flying, costs,
how and where to learn and what
you need to study. Photographs and
descriptions of 70 light planes make
up most of the book.
Pan American Highway Guide is
an annual publication with all types
of information needed by the
traveler over the highway. This
year's edition is comprehensive with
profile maps and many details of
all countries from the U.S. border
to Patagonia. Not a hotel guide, this
good booklet does give border in-
formation, road conditions, informa-
tion on railroads, buses, and steam-
ship lines which can make the jour-
ney shorter.
Robert Merle's The Day of the

"Sweet Charity"

Benefit Premiere

Tickets on Sale
The premiere of the motion pic-
ture "Sweet Charity" starring Shir-
ley McLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr.,
and Ricardo Montalb.n, will be
held July 17 in the Metro Theater
in Panama. Proceeds will go toward
assisting the Santo Tomis Hospital
The gala opening of this well-
known film is sponsored by the grad-
uating class of the Albert Einstein
School in Panama. Among the door
prizes are a round trip ticket to
Miami by Pan American World
Airways as first prize; a round trip
to Bogota by Braniff International
Airways, second; and a round trip
to San Jose, Costa Rica, by Taca
International Airways, as third.
Tickets are on sale at $5 each
and may be purchased at the in-
formation desk in the rotunda of
the Administration Building and at
the USO-JWB in Balboa.

Page 2

Dolphin is an interesting but me-
diocre novel set in Florida between
1970 and 1973, which tells about a
scientist's successful attempts to
communicate with dolphins. The
book is a translation from French
and is mediocre because the view
of the United States is a caricature
and the characters are thin and
unreal. The interesting part is about
training the dolphins.
Send Him Victorious by Douglas
Hurd and Andrew Osmond is also
set in the 1970's but this novel is
hard to put down once you start.
It is a fast-paced, well-plotted
political novel set in England and
Rhodesia with lots of convincing
Another book hard-to-put-down
for many people will be On Bor-
rowed Time; How World War II
Began, by Leonard Mosley. It
covers the events from the crisis
over the Sudetenland to the Anglo-
French declaration of war. A former
reporter, the author allows many
personal opinions to guide his judg-
ment but the basic story is well told.

Exam Dates



The following list of examina-
tions tentatively scheduled to be
given is published for the informa-
tion of all concerned, The list
is provided by the Canal Zone
Civilian Personnel Policy Coordinat-
ing Board, Central Employment
Office at Ancon.
The "Cut-Off" date is the last
day on which applications can be
accepted for that particular test.
However, if the announcement is
still open, applications received
after that date will be held for the
next scheduled examination.
ment Cut-Off Date of
No. Examination Date Exam
196 Translator .--.. ... 7- 7-69 7-21-69
263 Telephone Operator_ 7-10-69 7-24-69
331 FSEE- --- 7-16-69 7-29-69
15 Police Private-.---- 7-18-69 7-31-69
113 Recreation
Specialist .-- 7-22-69 8- 4-69
175 Office Machine
Operator ----- 8- 1-69 8-14-69
227 Marine Traffic Con-
troller Assistant_ 8- 8-69 8-21-69
331 FSEE -- ----- 8-13-69 8-26-69
243 Nursing Assistant__ 8-15-69 8-28-69
37 Accountant .- -- 8-22-69 9- 4-69
245 Clerk.. 8-28-69 9-10-69
237 Office Draftsman-. 8-29-69 9-11-69
71 Reporting Steno-
Shorthand Re-
porter----.---- 9- 5-69 9-18-69
110 Construction
Inspector .--- 9-12-69 9-25-69
331 FSEE ----- 9-16-69 9-29-69
276 Biological Aid 10- 3-69 10-16-69
330 Canal Zone Guide
(Interpreter) .-- 10-10-69 10-23-69
263 Telephone Operator..10-14-69 10-27-69
331 FSEE .....----- 10-17-69 10-30-69
Examinations for Clerk-Typist
and Stenographer are administered
every week, Friday, until further


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.

July 11, 1969

1st Lt. Richard Dennis Porrello,
of the Marine Corps, has been
awarded the Bronze Star with V
device for valor in Vietnam. Lieu-
tenant Porrello, who also holds the
Silver Star, was promoted recently
to his present rank at the U.S. Naval

Local Boy Scouts

Attend Jamboree

At Park in Idaho
A group of 30 Boy Scouts and
Explorers, representing all units of
the Canal Zone Council, BSA, have
left the Isthmus to attend the 7th
National Boy Scout Jamboree at
Farragut State Park in Idaho.
Their first stop was Charleston,
S.C., where billets were arranged
for them by the U.S. Air Force.
While in Charleston the scouts were
to visit Fort Sumter, the Citadel,
and other places of interest in the
Riding a chartered bus, the scouts
are to visit many of the mayor cities
en route to their destination in
Among the boys taking part in
the Jamboree trip are: Albert Abadi,
Jack Barnhill, Hal Block, Steve
Bowen, Richard Davis, Mike Daw-
son, Louis Deckert, Larry Dodge,
Kevin Fay, John Fisher, John
Fleckenstien, Ken Fortner, Steve
Frith, Jim Gewin, Gregory Goguen,
Ralph Hepner, Ernest Howell,
Mike Roys, Jack Staples, Mike
Zakel, and Gregory Woodard.


Hospital at St. Albans, N.Y., where
he is recuperating from wounds
sustained while on a search and

1st Lt. Richard Dennis P


Lt. (jg.) Robert Porre

4 New Canal Pilots

Complete Training

Licenses as fully qualified Pan-
ama Canal pilots were presented to
four men who recently completed

Capt. Ray V. Hall

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Capt. William L. Keller


Capt. John L. Brophy

the:r terms as pilots-in-training.
They are Capt. Ray V. Hall, Capt.
William L. Keller, Capt. John L.
Brophy, and Capt. James D. Gil-
Captain Hall, a native of Blue-
field, W. Va., attended Sheepshead
Bay Maritime School in New York,
the Ocean Navigation School in
New Orleans, and the Page Naviga-
tion School in New Orleans. He
received his master's license in 1966
and was with Lykes Bros. Steam-
ship Co. until he joined the Canal
Captain Keller was born in
Seattle, Wash., and served with the
Military Sea Transport Service in
the Pacific until he joined the Canal
as a pilot-in-training.
Captain Brophy, who comes from
Skowhegan, Maine, is a graduate of
the Maine Maritime Academy and
served in the U.S. Navy for 2 years.
He was with the U.S. Lines before
coming to the Canal.
Captain Gilman is from Santa
Monica, Calif., and is a graduate of
the U.S. Merchant Marine Acad-
emy. He served in the U.S. Navy
and was employed by the Lykes
Lines prior to being employed by
the Panama Canal.

Capt. James D. Gilman
Capt. James D. Gilman

destroy mission north of Da Nang.
He was evacuated first to a hospital
in Japan and then transferred to the
hospital in New York.
Lieutenant Porrello is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Porrello,
whose second son, Robert, Lt. (jg.)
in the Navy, is now en route to
Vietnam. Porrello is Canal Safety
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Midshipman Gabriel Hernandez,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Her-
nindez of Panama, a first classman
at the U.S. Naval Academy was a
member of the crew of the Acad-
emy's Jubilee III, which participated
in the recent 473-mile yacht race
from Annapolis to Newport, R.I.
Jubilee, coming in 8th place, was
among the leading finishers in the
race in which 84 yachts started.
'orrello Midshipman HernAndez was on the
Jubilee in last year's race from New-
port to Bermuda and is presently
on the Jubilee in the Marblehead
to Halifax race which started July 6.
Mrs. Hernindez is a writer in the
Information Office.
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Richard James Patton, of the
1970 Class at the Texas Maritime
Academy, is one of 120 midshipmen
who recently departed from Galves-
ton, Tex., on the annual summer
training cruise aboard the TS Texas
Clipper. The cruise will include
Mobile, Ala.; Las Palmas, Canary
Islands; Barcelona, Spain; Piraeus,
Greece; Naples, Italy; Funchal,
Madeira Islands; New Orleans, La.;
and Port Arthur, Tex.
llo Midshipman.Patton, a 1966 grad-
uate of Balboa High School, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Patton, of
Balboa. Patton is with the Police

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iTr' No!

The optimists were gathered at
one of the large tables during
coffeebreak yesterday reminiscing
about their experiences during the
July 4 weekend and checking their
calendars to see when they can look
forward to another long weekend.
On the Atlantic side, Gilbert
Sollas and John Urey are looking
forward to a rest after exhausting
themselves in organizing a very fine
program at Coco Solo July 4.

Joe Watson of the Engineering
and Construction Bureau would like
to pass along the word that the
graduating class of the Albert
-Einstein school in Panama City is
sponsoring a benefit performance of
the film, "Sweet Charity", with
proceeds'to go to the Panama Blood
Bank. For further information, call
Joe at Balboa 1228. (P.S.-He says
it's a great show.)

Midnight Sun Combo
To Play for Teens
The Midnight Sun Combo will
play tonight for the Lively Group
at the Balboa Teen Club from 7:30
to 11:30. Dress is sportswear.
The club is open during the sum-
mer months Monday through Thurs-
day from 1 to 5 p.m. and Monday
and Wednesday evenings from 7 to
10 p.m.

"Sir" and Band of Urchins

Trevor Simons, who is costarring as "Sir" in the Cristobal Little Theatre
play "The Roar of the Greasepaint; The Smell of the Crowd," leads a
band of urchins in a rousing chorus of one of the play's hit tunes. At his
left is Judy McLain, a Cristobal High School junior who plays the support-
ing role of "The Kid." This popular musical comedy that opened in
London to enthusiastic audiences and moved to greater success in New
York, opened July 10 in the Cristobal Little Theatre at France Field.
Curtain time is 8 p.m. for all performances except Saturday, July 12, when
it will start at 7:30 p.m. for the convenience of the Pacific side audience
that will arrive by train. The music for the show is being furnished by
the duo piano team of Doug McLain and Dianne Rhodes. Doug is a
graduate of Cristobal High School and will be a freshman at New Mexico
State this year. Dianne has studied music and voice at Mary Hardin, Baylor
College, and the University of Texas.



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Jackie Gold, the only girl in the
Railroad Division office on the
Pacific side, is asking for help in
locating props to be used in the
United Fund summer musical. Items
needed for the production of
"Showboat" include: An old sea-
captain's pipe, an old-fashioned
coffee grinder, a carpet bag of the
type used at the turn of the cen-
tury, and a rubber water pitcher.
If you have such a thing as a rubber
water pitcher, please call Jackie at

To Frank Ostrander for "chicken-
ing out" and shaving off the tre-
mendous sideburns he grew while
on leave.

Everyone has heard of Snoopy
the beagle who flies a Sopwith
Camel into aerial combat against
the infamous Red Baron in the
Peanuts comic strip. But some-
where in Balboa there is a young
man who has the answer to Snoopy
and his antics in his pet Basset
hound. You can see him riding
through town on a Honda, with
the dog sitting majestically on the
forward part of the handle bars.
We didn't get the boy's name, but
we did ask the dog the reason for
his strange behavior. His answer:
"You meet the nicest people on a

Friends who drop in at John and
Vicki Torman's apartment in Ancon
are taken aback by the paneling on
the living room walls. The wood
John used is made for long wear
and most of the dirt has been
brushed off, but their friends really
dig it-especially once they know
where it came from and why John
used it. Don't ask us any more
details, see Vicki ...
Al Carr is back on the golf course
after his hard year away at school
in Indiana. According to his bud-
dies, though, he's still a mean man
to beat on the putting green.
Old Confusion saying: "You can't
make a mountain out of a mole hill
-but they're a lot safer to climb."

National Guard Thanks
Canal Zone Police Div.
In a letter addressed to Caddis
Wall, Chief of the Canal Zone
Police Division, Lt. Col. Rub6n D.
Paredes, G-3 of the Office of the
Chief of Staff, Panama National
Guard, expressed the gratitude of
the National Guard for the services
rendered by Panama Canal divers
in the rescue of the body of a young
drowning victim in the Chame
Colonel Paredes also extended
his personal thanks to all the units
who cooperated at the request for

CHS ROTC Announces
Leadership School
Students planning to attend the
Cristobal High School Reserve Offi-
cers Training Corps' annual leader-
ship school should report to the
Cristobal High School ROTC office
at 10 a.m. July 25. Attendance is
mandatory for those desiring to
attend leadership school.



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July 11, 1969

Summer Recreation

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A group of children participating in the Summer
Recreation Program, now being conducted in the Canal
Zone by the Schools Division, display some of the work
they did in arts and crafts classes at the Los Rios Play
Shelter. Arts and crafts classes are an important part
of the summer program. These classes give children the
opportunity to excel and to express themselves without
regard to height, weight, and age requirements nor-


To Be

Hickham Avenue,
Chapel at Howard A
site of the 1969 Car
box Derby which
Saturday, July 19, at
car inspections will 1
A $500 Savings Bi
will be awarded to t
also will receive a fre
Ohio, where he will
All-American Soapb
$30,000 in college
Prizes will be given
third places also an
designed car, best cc
upholstered, and fo
the best brake system:
There will be a p
tion of all complete
Wednesday, July 16
to 12 noon at the Ae:
ing, No. 231, at Ho\
building is located
across from the comr
The inspection is
but is planned to gi
opportunity for a w
car and for having a
the construction of th
out so that correction
before race day.
Following the i
lunch, there will be
all Derby entrants,
they have complete<
complete certificate
prepare publicity,
questions concerning
This important aftE
will be held at the

mally associated with recreational activities. Although
classes began June 9, children who are eligible, and
are not presently participating, may still enroll and
take part in the activities which will continue until
August 8. Instructors for the program are seen in the
top row,'left to right: Mrs. Penelope Jones, supervisor;
and Bobbie Berger and Darlene Daley, assistants.

Car Inspection

Held Wednesday

adjacent to the Service Club, Building 709 at 1:30
.FB, will be the p.m. All boys are requested to bring
nal Zone Soap- their birth certificates or other proof
will be held, of date of birth, and their 1969
10 a.m. Racing Official Soapbox Derby Rule Book.
begin at 7 a.m. A showing of the film, Moving Up
ond and trophy to Derby Downs, is scheduled to be
he winner who shown if time permits.
,e trip to Akron, The deadline for registration for
compete in the the Derby is July 14 and registra-
box Derby for tion forms are still available at the
Scholarships. Special Service Office, Civil Affairs
for second and Building, Room 205 or at Building
d for the best 519, Fort Clayton. Sponsors for the
instructed, best race are the U.S. Army Forces
r the car with Southern Command and the Canal
m. Zone Government. Boys must be
Ire-race inspec- between the ages of 11 and 15 years
ed racing cars, and must be dependents of U.S.
, from 10 a.m. military personnel, U.S. civilian em-
rial Mail Build- ployees, or employees of the Pan-
ward AFB. The ama Canal (citizen and non-citizen).
at the airfield Contestants must design, con-
missary. struct, and drive their own racers
not mandatory although they may accept advice
ive entrants an from others. Official Derby wheels
ieigh-in of the may be obtained at cost at military
ny mistakes in craft shops and from the Canal
he racer pointed Special Services Office, telephone
ns can be made number 2-1663.

inspection and
Sa meeting of
whether or not
d their cars, to
es of entry,
and to answer
the race.
ernoon meeting
Howard AFB

For the purpose of facilitating an
audit of the Balboa Federal Credit
Union No. 5849 Annex, Ancon
Laundry, the Supervisory Com-
mittee will appreciate members
turning in their passbooks for verifi-
The passbooks may be deposited
in special boxes located in the
Credit Union office.

One problem with political jokes
is that some get elected.
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The goal of the intelligent is learn-
ing to become more human.

(Continued from p. 1)
Tickets for the musical comedy
which has been called the best of
the century, and which will run
from July 18 to August 2, may be
obtained by calling Balboa 2844 or
Panama 62-4587 between 2 and
4 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m. daily.
There will be no performances
Monday, July 21, and Monday,
July 28.
Opening night seats will be $4.
Tickets for other performances are
$2.50 for adults and a special rate
of $1.50 for children and enlisted
military personnel. The special rate
seats are on the sides of the audi-
torium. All seats in the center sec-
tion will be $2.50 after opening
The first two seats for the delight-
ful "Showboat" have been reserved
for Mrs. Kathy Galuska, a teacher
at the Ancon Elementary School
who is vacationing in Europe and.
requested the tickets by post card
from London.

Newcomers Club To Hear

Talk by Travel Agent

Gordon Dalton of the Dalton
Travel Agency will be the guest
speaker at the monthly business
meeting of the Atlantic Area New-
comers Club to be held at the Parish
Hall in Margarita July 24 at 1 p.m.
Dalton will speak on the tours
available to members of the New-
comers Club in the Panama area.

Dale Carnegie Preview

The public is invited to a free,
preview meeting of the Dale Car-
negie course 2 p.m., Saturday,
July 19, at training center in the
Cristobal Police Station. For addi-
tional information, call Cristobal

Administrative Services
In an article concerning awards
which appeared in the July 3 issue
of SPILLWAY, the divisional listing
showed the Administrative Services
Division as a unit of the Engineer-
ing and Construction Bureau. The
Administrative Services Division is
not part of the Engineering and
Construction Bureau.

(Continued from p. 1)
continue their development through
self-study during their journeyman
In speaking of the future of the
apprentice program, Colonel Hart-
line said, "During the next 5 to
10 years, we expect the program to
be further expanded. The expansion
will be geared to meet an increasing
portion of our projected losses in
the key-crafts resulting from retire-
ments and other reasons.
"The incoming class for July
1969 numbers approximately 112
apprentices. Eighty-four have been
appointed by the Panama Canal
organization and the remainder by
the U.S. Army Southern Command.
This represents the largest incoming
class in the history of the appren-
tice program and reflects the ex-
pansion concept previously men-
The announcement of graduates
was by Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci,
Deputy Personnel Director (Staff),
and the graduation certificates were
presented for the respective Canal
bureaus and for the U.S. Army
Southern Command by: Capt.
Ernest B. Rainier, Acting Director,
Marine Bureau; Capt. Axton T.
Jones, Director, Transportation Ter-
minals Bureau; Ernest W. Zelnick,
Acting Director, Engineering and
Construction Bureau; and Col.
Henry Boswell, Jr., Assistant Chief
of Staff, G-4 USARSO. Special
awards for the Army were an-
nounced by Marshall Passman,
Civilian Personnel Apprentice Su-
pervisor, USARSO. Dr. Paolucci,
announced the names of the Canal
Outstanding Performance awards
winners. These were presented by
Colonel Hartline.
Members of the Industrial Train-
ing Staff attending the ceremony
included Willard E. Percy, chief;
Carroll B. Robertson, Allen L.
Blaney, Ralph E. Farnsworth, and
Ricardo Varela, instructors; and
Mrs. Mildred Morrill, administra-
tive officer.
Alfred J. Graham, Labor Repre-
sentative Industrial Training Com-
mittee; Edward Womble, secretary,
CLU-MTC; Carl O. Riggs, Jr.,
assistant chief, Industrial Division;
and Cyrus B. Field, production
manager, Industrial Division; were
also present for the ceremony.
Bureau Recipients
Marine Bureau-Capt. Ernest B.
Rainier, Acting Director, assisted by
Maurice B. Nickel, Chief, Indus-
trial Division, to: George W.
Bovell, Jr., shipwright; Robert S.
Gill, machinist; Richard A. McFar-

lane, welder; and Hubert G. Ranger,
rigged. Richard J. Danielsen, Acting
Chief, Locks Division, assisted
Captain Rainier in presenting grad-
uation certificates to: William L.
Benny, Jr., electrician; Larry G.
Cramlich, machinist, Michael A.
Livingston, machinist; Roderick N.
Macdonell, electrician; and James
L. Slover, electrician.
Transportation and Terminals
Bureau-Capt. Axton T. Jones, Di-
rector, assisted by Roger W. Adams,
Superintendent, Motor Transporta-
tion Division, to: William R. Fitz-
roy, automotive machinist.
Administrative Services Divi-
sion-Herschell W. Dempsey, Jr.,
Engineering and Construction
Bureau-Ernest W. Zelnick, Acting
Director, assisted by Constant W.
Chase, Jr., Electrical Engineer,
Electrical Division, to: Norbert L.
Buchanan, electrician; John E.
Bundy, powerplant operator; Jerald
S. Curtis, powerplant operator;
Ruben S. Edwards, Jr., radio me-
chanic; Ruben Ho Luck, armature
winder; Julian G. Wharton, elec-
trician (telephone); and John A.
Millar, powerplant operator.
Howard W. Osborn, Maintenance
Engineer, Maintenance .Division,
assisted Zelnick in presenting cer-
tificates to: William L. Catron and
Jorge J. Long, Jr., refrigeration and
air-conditioning mechanics; Fran-
cisco Rodriguez F., plumber, and
George H. Scott, sheetmetal worker.
Julian S. Hearne, Chief, Dredging
Division, assisted Zelnick in pre-
senting certificates to: Delroy A.
Burke, welder; Antonio O. Dunn-
Moodie, carpenter; George Hol-
croft, Jr., and James R. Hovan,

Military Recipients
U.S. Army Southern Command-
Col. Henry Boswell, Jr., Assistant
Chief of Staff, G-4, USARSO, was
assisted by Col. Wade H. Pad-
gett, Jr., USARSO Engineer, and
Lt. Col. Richard J. Tallon, Acting
Post Engineer, in presenting cer-
tificates to: Manuel S. Chang and
Ernesto E. Larrier, refrigeration
and air-conditioning mechanics;
Miguel H. Machado, plumber;
Robert P. Pedersen and Leroy F.
Skinner, cablesplicers; Thomas B.
Rainey, Jr., electrician (power);
Carver C. Sobers, armature winder;
Arnoldo G. Gibbs and Enrique R.
Rhoden, pipefitters. Woodrow W.
Dejernette, Jr. and William H.
Redmond, plumbers, were given
their certificates at an earlier date
because of their departures for
service in the Army.

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A new garbage truck, left, one of many recently
introduced into the Canal Zone, rumbles past an older
version. The new truck is part of a $250,000 garbage
and trash improvement program in the Canal Zone.
Through the use of hydraulic lifts on the front of the
truck, containers are raised and emptied into the truck
cavity. This new technique greatly reduces injury risk
for workmen who no longer must stand on the rear of

the truck platform while the vehicle is in motion. Also,
the workmen's hands are not exposed to injury by the
machinery which the old trucks use to chew up the
refuse, as shown on the right. The reduction of a five-
man crew on the old trucks to a two-man crew on the
new trucks will permit the Community Services Divi-
sion to absorb a great increase in work loads with a
minimum number of new employees.

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Apprentice Graduation

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Vol. VIII, No. 4 Mds de 50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 11 de Julio de 1969

Eugene Tucker, Jr., de 18 aiios de
edad, de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, ganador de la Beca
del American Field Service, com-
plet6 su iltimo afio de Escuela Se-
cundaria en Bismarck, Dakota del
Norte, y se gradu6 el 27 de mayo
6ltimo. Regresari al Istmo el 27 de
julio pr6ximo. "Gene", estudiante de
honor y destacado atleta en balom-
pi6, baloncesto y pista, plane matri-
cularse en la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal el pr6ximo semestre. Es
hijo de Eugene Tucker y Sra. Car-
men Tucker, de Rainbow City.
Tucker es ayudante operario de es-
clusa en las Esclusas de Gatin,
Ileva ya casi 25 afios de servicios
con el Canal de PanamA, aunque
su servicio total al Gobiemo de Es-
tados Unidos es de unos 27 afios.
Tucker se desempefia en diferentes
posiciones, entire ellas la de botero.

La Guardia Nal.

Agradece a la

Policia de Aqui
En una carta dirigida a Gaddis
Wall, Jefe de la Divisi6n de Poli-
cia de la Zona del Canal, el Tenien-
te Coronel Rub6n Dario Paredes,
G-3 de la Oficina del Jefe de Estado
Mayor de la Guardia Nacional de
Panama, express la gratitud de la
Guardia Nacional por los servicios
rendidos por los buzos del Canal
de PanamA en el rescate del cuerpo
de un joven que se ahog6 en el Rio
de Chame.
El Coronel Paredes extendi6
tambien su agradecimiento perso-
nal a todas las unidades que coope-
raron al solicitarse los buzos.

Tuvo Lugar la Mas Grande

Graduaci6n de Aprendices

Treinta y siete aprendices, el
mayor nimero en toda la historic
del Programa de Aprendices del
Canal de Panama, recibieron sus
Certificados de Graduaci6n, en una
ceremonia que tuvo lugar en el
Anexo del Centro de Adiestramien-
to de la Direcci6n de Personal, en
Balboa, la semana pasada.
Once de los graduados son em-
pleados del Ej6rcito del Comando
Sur de Estados Unidos y los otros
26 pertenecen al Canal de Panamni.
Este es tambi6n el mayor nAmero
de aprendices del Ejercito que se
grad6an desde que el Ej6rcito em-
pez6 a tomar parte en el program
en 1963.
Unas 70 personas, entire padres,
esposas y otros invitados de los gra-
duandos asistieron a la ceremonia,
que incluy6 ademis la entrega de
premios por Desempeiio Sobresa-
liente a cuatro de los aprendices
del Canal.
El graduado de honor de la clase
de 1969 es William L. Benny, Jr.,
electricista de la Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas. Los otros tres, que recibieron
reconocimiento por su Desempefio
Sobresaliente son: Roderick N.
Macdonell, electricista de la Divi-
si6n de Esclusas; Hubert G. Ranger,
aparejador, de la Divisi6n Indus-
trial; y William L. Catron, meci-
nico de refrigeraci6n y acondicio-
namiento de aire. Herschell W.
Dempsey, Jr., impresor en la Im-
prenta del Canal de Panama, tam-
bien recibi6 un premio por Servi-
cios Sobresalientes, pero le fue en-
tregado en abril, antes de que par-
tiera a prestar servicios en el Ejer-
cito de Estados Unidos.
El Ej6rcito del Comando Sur de
Estados Unidos entreg6 premios por
Desempefio Superior Continuado a
dos de sus aprendices. Son ellos
Miguel H. Machado, plomero, y
Leroy F. Skinner, empalmador de
Maurice B. Nickel, Jefe de la Di-
visi6n Industrial, present a los in-
vitados de honor y sefial6 que estos
aprendices graduados en 18 dife-
rentes oficios, constituirin una tre-
menda contribuci6n para comple-
tar el personal adiestrado del Istmo.
El Gobernador Interino R. S
Hartline pronunci6 el discurso de
graduaci6n en la ceremonia. Dijo:
"me han impresionado gratamente
los numerosos mensajes de felici-
taci6n que hemos recibido de todas

Harry C. Egolf, Director Interino de Abastos y Servicios Comunales (ter-
cero de la izquierda) y Raymond P. Laverty, Gerente General de la Divi-
si6n de Abastos (a la extrema derecha), aparecen complacidos junto a un
grupo de empleados de la Divisi6n de Abastos, quienes recientemente
recibieron como prcmio laves de seguridad en ceremonia que tuvo lugar
en los Almacenes de Mount Hope. De izquierda a derecha: Prince Bennett,
Have de 20 afios; Victoriano Ortega, Have de 20 afios; Egolf; Harry A.
Dockerv, Ilave de 30 aios; Arthur Hilton, Have de 30 afos; Edward C.
Gittens, Have de 30 afios; y Laverty.

parties del mundo, alabando a la
organizaci6n del Canal por su efi-
ciencia y sus servicios. Los mensa-
jes vienen de empresas navieras, re-
presentantes gubernamentales y de
parte de las muchisimas personas
que ban transitado el Canal como
"Estos mensajes, traducidos a su
verdadera expresi6n, se reflejan fa-
vorablemente en la competencia, el
servicio y la habilidad de muchos
empleados consagrados a su trabajo,
que son sus compafieros de trabajo
y tambi6n los mios.
"El program de aprendices es
uno de los muchos programs de
mejoramiento de los empleados que
llevan a cabo el Canal de Panama
y las unidades militares. Debido a
la naturaleza misma de su especial
adiestramiento, consideramos que
el program de aprendices es el mas
vital para nuestra misi6n principal
que consiste en transitar a trav6s
del Canal, de un oc6ano a otro, las
24 horas de todos los dias del afio,
naves que son vitales para el comer-
cio mundial.
"La naturaleza misma y la varie-
dad de los oficios industrials repre-
sentados en el program de apren-
dizaje reflejan el inportante papel
que los .graduados desempefiarain
en la important tarea de operar y
mantener el Canal de PanamA".
Alent6 ademais a los graduados
a mantenerse al dia con los adelan-
tos tecnol6gicos de sus respectivas
profesiones y a continuar su mejo-
ramiento por medio del studio
durante sus afios de maestros arte-
Hablando sobre el future del pro-
grama de aprendices, el Coronel
Hartline dijo: "Durante los pr6xi-
mos 5 6 10 afios, esperamos ampliar
much mas este program. Su ex-
pansi6n serA dirigida a poder cubrir
una porci6n siempre en aumento de
las p6rdidas que tendremos en
maestros artesanos claves, debido a
jubilaciones y otros muchos moti-
"La clase que se iniciarn en julio
de 1969 cuenta con unos 112 apren-
dices. Ochenta y cuatro han sido
nombrados por el Canal de PanamA
(Continua en la pigina 4)

El Gobernador Interino R. S. Hartline entrega su Certificado por Desem-
peiio Sobresaliente a Hubert G. Ranger, aparejador de la Divisi6n Indus-
trial, durante la Ceremonia de Graduaci6n de Aprendices de 1969. El Coro-
nel Hartline pronunci6 el discurso principal de la ceremonia de gradua-
ci6n e hizo entrega de los premios especiales durante el program que
tuo lugar en el Anexo del Centro de Adiestramiento de la Direcci6n de
Personal, en Balboa. En el fondo, de pie, aparece sumamente complacido
Maurice B. Nickel, Jefe de la Divisi6n Industrial.

Premiere de Gala

A Beneficio del

Aviso Importante

Para Socios de

DAD el Dia 17 Cooperativa 5849

El preestreno de gala de la gran
pelicula "Dulce Caridad", con
Shirley McLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr.,
y Ricardo Montalban, sera presen-
tado el 17 de julio en el Teatro
Metro de la ciudad de Panama, a
beneficio de la organizaci6n DAD,
cuya principal actividad es ayudar
al Banco de Sangre del Hospital
Santo Tomas.
La Premiere de Gala es auspicia-
da por los graduandos del Instituto
Alberto Einstein de la ciudad de
Panamai. Se han anunciado grande
premios de entrada, entire ellos el
primer premio que consistira en un
viaje de ida y vuelta a Miami, via
Pan American World Airways; el
segundo, un viaje de ida y vuelta a
Bogotai, via Braniff International;
y el tercero, que serA un viaje de
ida y vuelta a San Jos6, Costa Rica,
via TACA Internacional.
El precio del boleto sern de $5.
Los boletos pueden adquirirse en
la Rotonda del Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n en Balboa Heights.

Subiran Algunas Tarifas

Del Correo Desde Julio

A partir del 14 de julio, las tari-
fas de correo especial seran aumen-
tadas en los correos de la Zona del
Canal, de acuerdo con anuncio
hecho por David C. Rose, Director
de Correos.
El costo del registro para correo
dirigido a puntos en la Zona del
Canal, los Estados Unidos, sus te-
rritorios y posesiones, ha sido ele-
vado de 75 a 80 centavos para un
valor declarado de hasta $100.
Todas las otras tarifas de registro
sobre valores declarados de mAs de
$100 serAn aumentadas en 5 centa-
vos. HabrA un aumento, de 75 a 80
centavos para el correo con destiny
al extranjero.
El costo para los recibos de devo-
luci6n exigidos en el moment de
enviar el paquete, que muestran a
quin y d6nde se entreg6, serai
aumentado: (a) de 10 a 15 centavos
para el correo numerado, asegura-
do, certificado y registrado que
vava a lugares dentro de la Zona
del Canal, a los Estados Unidos, sus
posesiones y territories y (b) el costo
para correo asegurado y registrado
que vaya a lugares del extranjero
serA aumentado de 13 a 15 centavos.
El costo de entrega especial, para

los Estados Unidos, sus territories
y posesiones, ha sido aumentado
para el correo de primera clase, el
a6reo y el de prioridad. Las tarifas
actuales de 30, 45 y 60 centavos
(de acuerdo con el peso de los
articulos enviados) ha sido aumen-
tado a 45, 60 y 75 centavos, res-
Para las cartas, cartas paquete,
postales, y correo aereo de otros
articulos con destino al extranjero,
las presents tarifas de 30, 45 y 60
centavos serAn aumentadas a 45,
60 y 75 centavos. Para el correo
de superficie, en lo que se refiere
a otros articulos, las tarifas actua-
les de 55, 65 y 80 centavos serin
aumentadas a 65, 75 y 90 centavos.

Gran Carrera
De Carritos
Habra el 19
La Avenida Hickham, adyacente
a la Capilla de la Base de la Fuerza
Area de Howard, serA el scenario
para la Carrera Anual de Carritos
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Con el fin de facilitar las labores
de auditoria en la Cooperativa Fe-
deral de Cr6ditos de Balboa N9
5849, situada en el Anexo de la La-
vanderia de Anc6n, el Comit6 de
Supervisors agradecerA a los miem-
bros que entreguen sus libretas para
verificar los balances.
Las libretas podrAn ser deposita-
das en las cajas especiales colocadas
en las oficinas de la Cooperativa de

Esclusas de Miraflores.-- 3,950
Esclusas de Gatin.---- 450
Jardines de Summit ..._ 204
Museo de la Zona del
Canal.__----- 60
Las Cruces, 12 viajes.___ 1,045
Lanchas pequefias,
4 viajes------- 20
Arcadia __- 1,200
Rossini_ 267
Gran total 7,196

A la Venta

Boletos de

Hoy se inicia la venta de boletos
para la producci6n de verano del
Fondo Unido, "Showboat", que ha
obtenido los mayores 6xitos en la
h'storia del teatro de Estados Uni-
dos, y que se estrenarA el 18 de
julio en el Auditorio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa.
Angela Bomford, como Magnolia
IIawkes, y David Ellis, como el
audaz Gaylord Ravenal, interpretan
los papeles principals en esta ex-
travaganza musical que sc ha gana-
do los corazones de millones desde
que fue producida por primera vez
por Florenz Ziegfield, en 1927.
Esta production revive la vida de
Magnolia a bordo del buque-teatro
de su padre, en el Rio Mississippi y
su romance con el irresponsible ju-
gador. El romance, cl lujo, la inten-
sidad, ]a seric de incidents de los
viejos tiempos en el Mississippi y
sus bells canciones, hacen de
"Showboat" algo verdaderamente


, ^oil


1 f


Julio 11, 1969



9:30-Conozca el Mundo
10:0(- Todo por la Patria
II :00-Alegrias
11 30-Mi Amigo c l Mago
12:30-Show del MNediodia
2:30-Reprise de de Novela de las 6
4:30-Los Invencibles
6:00-La Novicia Voladora
6:30--E1 Zorro
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00-Ladr6n sin Destino
10:00 Premiere de Gala

I 1:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una;
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5:00-La Montura Negra
5:15-Porky Pig Show
5:30-Abbott y Costello
7:30-Tres Patines
8:00-La Patrulla Juvenil
9:00-Viaie a lo Desconocido
1(1:30-77 Sunset Strip

11 15-Carnaval de Cartones
11 -30-El Teatro del Oeste
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5:00-La Montura Negra
7:30-Tres Patines
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-E1 Teatro de Zane Grey
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5:00-La Montura Negra
5:15-Porky Pig Show
5:30-Reino Salvaje
7:30-Blanquita Aniaro
8:30-Judd Abogado Defensor
9:30-Ballinger de Chicago
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de Ia Unit
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5:00-La Montura Negra
5:30-El Agente Joe-90
8:00-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
10:30-77 Sunset Strip

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Teatro del Oeste
12:00-Buggs Bunny
1:00-Show de la Una
3:30-Dias de Nuestras Vidas
4:00-Latidos de Bourbon Street
5:00-La Montura Negra
5:15-Porky Pig Show
7:30-E1 Caf6 Squirt
9:00-Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
9:30-E1 Show de Jos6 Feliciano
10.30-77 Sunset Strip

10:00-Conozca el Mundo
11:00-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Piijaro 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-Viaje a las Estrellas
10:30-Cine Sabado

La Sra. Denis Oro de Calvera es
ayudante dental, en la Clinica Den-
tal que mantiene la Direcci6n de
Salubridad de la Zona del Canal en
Anc6n. Entr6 al servicio del Canal
de PanamA el 3 de febrero de 1965.
La Sra. de Calvera naci6 en la bella
ciudad de Chitr6, capital de la Pro-
vincia de Herrera y siempre que
tiene una oportunidad se da una es-
capadita a su solar native. Luego de
haber realizado una parte de sus es-
tudios primaries en la Escuela
ToinAs Herrera de su ciudad natal,
sc traslad6 a la capital donde in-
gres6 en el Instituto Panamericano
donde termin6 su primaria y luego
se gradu6 de secundaria. Su maxi-
ma ambici6n es llegar a obtener el
titulo de dentisteria. "Pero eso sera
mis adelante", dice. Hace 2 aiios
contrajo matrimonio con Roberto
S. Calvera, fanAtico de las carreras
de autom6viles. Poseen un Cor-
vette del 58 al que le han puesto

todas las extras posibles. "Corre a
la par de los mis nuevos", dice con
entusiasmo la Sra. de Calvera y
agrega: "no hemos ganado ninguna
carrera todavia, pero siempre esta-

Deben Ponerse Bien

Las Llantas Radiales

La Fuerza A6rea de Estados Uni-
dos ha hecho recientemente la ad-
vertencia de que el mezclar lantas
convencionales y radiales es prac-
tica peligrosa.
Al investigar un choque de fren-
te entire dos vehiculos, en el cual
una persona perdi6 la vida, la Fuer-
za Area encontr6 que el uso de
una Ilanta radial en la rueda delan-
tera derecha, mientras que en las
otras ruedas habia instaladas Ilan-
tas convencionales, habia sido fac-
tor important en el desdichado
accident. Se supuso que la lanta
radial se aferr6 bien al pavimento,
mientras que las llantas convencio-
nales patinaron, causando el choque.
Preferiblemente, las lantas ra-
diales deben ser instaladas en las
cuatro ruedas, pero si s6lo se usan
dos Ilantas radiales, siempre debe-
rAn colocarse en las ruedas trase-
ras. El disefio bAsico de las Ilantas
radiales es tal que al darle vuelta
al tinm6n, ellas inmediatamente
toman la nueva direcci6n sin la des-
viaci6n lateral normal en las Ilantas
En una situaci6n de leve pati-
naje, teniendo solamente Ilantas ra-
diales al frente, 6stas se agarraran
firmemente a pavimento, causando
que las llantas traseras patinen

fuertemente. El uso de una llanta
radial al frente, con llantas conven-
cionales en las otras tres ruedas es
algo sumamente peligroso, que hace
que el controlar el vehiculo sea su-
mamente dificil, a6n en condicio-
nes ideales de pavimento.



Juegos Deportivos

ydel Carbe.

Maneje con Cortesia


mos en la pelea". Piensa visitar los
Estados Unidos en la primera opor-
tunidad y de toda la Repfiblica de
PanamA, lo que mis le gusta es . .

En Exhibici6n

Retrato del

Gral. Goethals

Un retrato del General George
W. Goethals, primer Gobernador de
la Zona del Canal, pintado por el
General Chester Harding, segundo
Gobernador, estA actualmente en
exhibici6n en la Biblioteca de la
Zona del Canal. El General Goe-
thals estableci6 la biblioteca en
La pintura, que fue encargada
por empleados de la organizaci6n
del Canal, fue ejecutada despu6s de
la muerte del General Goethals, en
1928. El General Harding, quien
despu6s de su retire del Ej6rcito
sigui6 con su interns en la pintura,
don6 el marco para la pintura comno
su contribuci6n de veterano del
La pintura fue limpiada y reto-
cada por la artist local "Pete"
Johnson, esposa de F. R. Johnson,
Subjefe de la Oficina de Planifica-
ci6n. El marco fue reparado y pin-
tado de dorado nuevamente por la
Division de Mantenimiento.

Vacaci6n es un period en el cual
usted cambia buenos d6lares por
malas habitaciones.
0 0
Cada muchacho deberia tener su
perro-y una madre que se preocu-
pe de alimentarlo regularmente.
0 0 *
Un conocido es un tipo que usted
conoce lo suficientemente bien
como para pedirle prestado, pero
no como para prestarle.

1 P&w am4 de Emkto

ada Julio 14-Aniversario de la Toma de La Bastilla (1789). Dia Nacional de
igi la Republica de Francia.
ona Julio 16-Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen. Patrona de diversas poblaciones
los en el interior de la Repdblica de PanamA. La Virgen del Carmen es la
ma. Santa Patrona de la Isla de Taboga. Alli se Ileva a efecto una procesi6n
tros acuAtica, en la que numerosas lanchas acompaiian a una bellamente ador-
pa- nada, a bordo de la cual va la imagen de la Virgen. Ese dia se celebran
y y tambi6n las fiestas patronales de Juan Diaz, barriada de las afueras de
ons, la ciudad de PanamA, situada sobre una de las carreteras que Ilevan al
one. Aeropuerto Internacional de Tocumen.

En Su Pantalla

12 To The Moon (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 11--- CERRADO Who Was That Lady (AY) Jack Of Diamonds (AY)
12 To The Moon (AYC) y It Happened To Jane (AYC) y
Sabado 12-_. Who Was That Lady (AY) CERRADO 30 Feet Bride Of Candy Rock (AYC)
Domingo 13__ Coogan's Bluff (A) Bonnie And Clyde (A) House Of Cards (AY)

Lunes Coogans BlufThe Stranger (A) y House Of Cards (AY)
Lunes 14... Coogan's Bluff (A) Chuka (A)

Martes 15--- CERRADO Romeo And Juliet (AY) Bands Of Angels (A)
Mircoles 16 The Stranger (A) yBandolero (AY)
Chuka (A) Bandolero (AY) CERRADO

Jueves 17__-_. Romeo And Juliet (AY) CERRADO Maroc 7 (A) y Waco (AY)
Mysterious Island (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viemes 18 CERRADO Zotz (AYC) The Karate Killers (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.

Gente en la Noticia

Paigina 2



9:15-Fe y Alegria
10:00-Todo por la Patria
11:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:00-Silvese Quien Pueda
12:25-Carrousel Internacional
2:)00-Domingo Deportivo
8:00-El Santo
9:00-Hawaii Cinco 0
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

12:00--Msica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Folklore Nacional
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5 00-Novela de la Tarde.
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantaneas Sociales
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
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-M6sica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-El Hogar y La Escuela
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Plginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantaneas Sociales
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
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 Las Novias
11:00-Richatd Diamond
11:30-Los Tramposos

12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Mfisica y Risas
1:30-La H or de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Muier Opina
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de ll Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
i:30-Instantineas Sociales
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y
Los Vengadores
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-Consejos Para la Salud
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
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
11:30-Los Tramposos

12:00-Misica y Risas
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
4:00-Los Bucaneros
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6: 40-Noticias
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 Hora Cero

11:30-Colorin Colorao
12:00-Mi Oso y Yo
12:30-H6roes de Hogan
1:30-El Show de Archie
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
4:00-Largo Metraje
5:30-Esa Chica
6:00-Dos Tontos en Apuros
7:30-SNbados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
9:00-VSiaje al Fondo del Mar
10:00-Superproducciones del Sabado

Publicaci6n official del Canal de
namA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n
luere verbal o escrita de cualquier r
nica o noticia aqui aparecida,
necesidad de solicited express.
Gobernador de la Zona del Cana
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La infornnaci6n que se deseare pu
car en el SPILLWAY debe ser envi
a lit ficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dir
la correspondencia a PANAMA CAN
SIILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Z
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos
empleados del Canal de Pana
Valor de la subscripci6n para o
(incluvendo envio por correo) $2.6C
aiio. Los cheques deben hacerse
gaderos al Panama Canal Compan
dirigidos a: SPILLWAY Subscriptic
Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zo


Julio 11, 1969


Este es el equipo de las campeonas de volibol del Paci-
fico que recientemente sostuvieron un encuentro con las
del sector AtlAntico. Las del Pacifico que en la foto
aparecen sumamente complacidas, dieron una soberana
paliza a sus contendoras del AtlAntico. De izquierda a

derecha, agachadas: Marie Aulder, Janice Holder y
Olga Griffith; de pie y tambi6n de izquierda a derecha:
Laura Bailey, Sheila Wilkinson, Dorothy Brooks,
Carole Savory y la Srta. Clara Wattley, organizadora
de la comunidad, quien fue el alma de la competencia.


Contaduria-Ramo de Reclamos
Amanda C. Acosta, Escrutadora de
Comprobantes a Subjefa Escru-
tadora de Comprobantes.
Ana L. de Lee, Oficinista Mecan6-
grafa a Escrutadora de Compro-
Patricia H. Taylor, Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa a Oficinista de Reclamos
Division de Navegaci6n
Shirley M. Wertz, Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa a Oficinista Encargada
de Cuentas Corrientes (Mecano-
Clyde T. Thompson, Ayudante Con-
trolador de Trafico Maritimo a
Controlador de Trifico Maritimo
Division de Esclusas
Robert L. Johnson, Capataz Ope-
rario de Esclusas (Mecinico Tor-
nero) a Primer Capataz (Opera-
ciones de las Esclusas).
Calvin E. Brown, Operario de Es-
clusas (MecAnico Tornero) a Ca-
pataz Operario de Esclusas (Me-
cAnico Tornero).
Albert P. Patrick, Pasacables a Ayu-
dante MecAnico Tornero.
Octavio Barker, Ayudante Mecani-
nico Tornero a Conductor de
Cami6n Pesado.
Ricardo C. Lindsay, Pasacables a
Ayudante Operario de Esclusas.
Division de Ferrocarril
Joseph Waugh, Obrero (Manteni-
miento de Vias F6rreas-Linea
Principal) a Ayudante (General).
Division de Abastos
Federico D. Euson, Mozo de Oficio,
Servicio de Comidas, a Cocinero
de Comidas Ligeras.
Divisi6n de Almacenes
Lionel R. Worrell, Oficinista a Pri-
mer Capataz Encargado de Exis-
John A. Hunt, Encargado de Dis-
tribuci6n a Encargado de Distri-
buci6n (Jefe del Ramo de Alma-
Division de Dragado
Augustine F. Morgan, Capataz Lija-
dor con Chorro de Arena a Pri-

mer Capatax Lijador con Chorro
de Arena.
H6ctor L. John, Ayudante Carpin-
tero a Carpintero (Mantenimien-
Joseph N. Edwards, Capataz Car-
pintero a Primer Capataz Car-
Ira A. Bailey, Ayudante Soldador a
Encargado de Gancho de Griia.
Sarah D. Cheney, Secretaria (Este-
nografia) a Ayudante Adminis-
Division de Mantenimiento
Ernesto A. Marquis, Ayudante (Ge-
neral) a Encargado de Manteni-
Carlos D. Sales, Principiante (Ayu-
dante Mecanico Tornero), Clase
2, a Ayudante MecAnico Tornero.
Benjamin B. Henriquez, Obrero a
Trabajador en Cemento o Asfalto.
Division de Bomberos
Luciano Laguna, Bombero a Ins-
pector, Protecci6n contra Incen-
Divisi6n de Sanidad
Pastor R. Chaves, Auxiliar Biol6gi-
co a Auxiliar Biol6gico (Insectos).
Hospital Gorgas
Cyril E. Hewitt, Almacenero a Ar-
Robert G. Kreis, Encargado de Dis-
tribuci6n, Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Elizabeth M. Engman, Ardella M.
Fleming, Enfermera Anestesista,
Hospital de Coco Solo.
Ewald A. Wiberg, Jr., Subjefe Tec-
nico Electr6nico, Divisi6n de
Lill C. Van Eps, Oficinista Meca-
n6grafa (Esten6grafa en Adies-
tramiento) Oficina del Director
(Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
Verena B. Nicholas, Dolores M.
Cameron, Oficinista, Divisi6n de
John P. Corrigan III, Encargado de
Distribuci6n (Articulos para el
Hogar), Divisi6n de Abastos.
Vincent C. Forde, Oficinista, Divi-
si6n de Almacenes.
Robert C. Meehan, Subjefe Espe-
cialista en Administraci6n de In-
ventarios, Divisi6n de Almacenes.
Robert T. Staneszewski, Francis J.
Rorke, Billy L. Runnion, Wen-

dell Phillips, Frank B. Smithlin,
Philip J. Moebus, Alfred S. Rego,
William Nieves, George W. Cole-
man, Joseph E. Beale, Van A.
Court, Jr., James M. Walsh,
Richard J. Kestler, Jorge A. Pa-
nay, Arthur W. Farrell, Robert
L. McAuslin, Jack A. Waters,
Ted A. Oliveira, Marcos A. Al-
varez, Beverley Ricker, John G.
Carlson, Harmodio H. Herrera,
Marshall Keith, Angelo Stefani,
Lloyd B. Van Kirk, Capitan de
Remolcador, Divisi6n de Nave-
Robert J. Boatwright, Jr., Analista
de Presupuestos, Divisi6n de Pre-
supuesto y Tarifas.
Coolridge E. Scantlebury, Opera-
rio de Equipo de Contaduria,
Emma E. Tejada Y., Contadora de
Operaciones, Contaduria.

MAs de 400 empleados del Canal
de Panama celebraron el 4 de Julio
con muchisimo entusiasmo, debido
a los cheques de $200 y $150 que
les habian sido entregados la sema-
na anterior por sus magnificos servi-
cios. Los felicitamos.
0 0
Dicen que habia un hombre que
era tan ahorrativo que, al morir su
esposa, decidi6 casarse con una her-
mana de ella para ahorrarse . .
una suegra.

Mientras duran las vacaciones de
Don Guillermo O'Sullivan, traduc-
tor official del Canal de Panama,
ocupa esas delicadas funciones la
Sra. Marcia de Ortega. Felicitamos
a la Sra. de Ortega y a todos los in-
tegrantes de esa important oficina,
pues estan haciendo una labor de

La Sra. Violeta Rhaburn, el Sar-
gento JuliAn Hoyte, president y
vicepresidente del Consejo Civico
de Santa Cruz, respectivamente, lo
mismo que todos los demas miem-
bros del Consejo Civico, muy con-
tentos con el resultado del agasajo
que fue ofrecido a los padres de esa
comunidad el pasado 15 de junior.
El punto culminante del program
fue la presentaci6n de la Banda de
Cornetas y Tambores de la Guardia
National de Panama.

Segi'n nos contaron, la Banda de
la Guardia Nacional desfil6 por las
principles calls de Gamboa y
Santa Cruz, ejecutando alegres dia-
nas, antes de dirigirse al Teatro de
Santa Cruz, donde tenia lugar el
program en honor de los padres.
Despu6s de la funci6n, los mucha-
chos de la banda alegraron un baile
improvisado que se form en el
Centro Civico de Santa Cruz.
Los miembros del Consejo Civico

Recibieron sus Licencias

Cuatro Practicos del Canal

Cuatro prActicos en adiestra-
miento recibieron recientemente sus
licencias como Practicos del Canal
de Panama, completamente califica-
dos, al terminar sus periods de
prActica. Son ellos los capitanes Ray
V. Hall, William L. Keller, John L.
Brophy y James D. Gilman. (Foto
en la secci6n inglesa.)
.El Capitan Hall, nacido en Blue-

Sy ssgurf I k

"Oiga mi consejo, compadre. Ande
despacio y flegard a viejo".

field, Virginia Occidental, asisti6 a
la Escuela NAutica de Sheepshead
Bay, en Nueva York, a la Escuela
de Navegaci6n OceAnica en Nueva
Orleans y a la Escuela Page de Na-
vegaci6n, tambien en Nueva Or-
leans. Recibi6 su licencia de capi-
tan en 1966 y estuvo al servicio de
la Lykes Bros. Steamship Co. hasta
que ingres6 al servicio del Canal.
El Capitan Keller naci6 en
Seattle, Estado de Washington, y
trabaj6 con el Servicio Militar de
Transporte Maritimo de los Esta-
dos Unidos en el Pacifico, hasta
que fue empleado como practice en
adiestramiento por el Canal de
El CapitAn Brophy, nacido en
Skowhegan, Maine, se gradu6 en la
Academia NAutica de Maine y sir-
vi6 con la Armada de los Estados
Unidos durante 2 aios. Estuvo al
servicio de la U.S. Lines antes de
ingresar al servicio del Canal de
El Capitan Gilman naci6 en
Santa M6nica, California, y se gra-
du6 en la Academia de la Marina
Mercante de los Estados Unidos.
Sirvi6 con la Armada de los Esta-
dos Unidos y estuvo empleado con
la Lykes Lines antes de ser em-
pleado por la organizaci6n del

de Santa Cruz estin sumamente
agradecidos del Mayor Antonio G.
SuArez S., Director de Relaciones
Pi'blicas de la Guardia Nacional de
Panama, quien cedi6 galantemente
la banda para el agasajo a los
padres de Santa Cruz.

Y siguiendo con el mencionado
agasajo, nos dijeron que durante el
acto sucedi6 algo muy simpAtico:
la sala estaba llena de madres de
familiar y eran los padres los que
las atendian. Y despu6s dicen que
en este mundo no hay caballeros.

Seg6n todo parece indicar, el
hombre mis envidiado en la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal de Panama es
Ricardo Vallarino, jefe tecn6logo
m6dico del Laboratorio del Hospi-,
tal Gorgas. La raz6n: que siempre
estA rodeado de muchachas bonitas.
Parece que esa es la profesi6n que
mais llama la atenci6n de las hermo-
sas. Y lo bien que se ven cuando se
ponen sus nuevos uniforms.

Rubelio Quintero estuvo parade
en una silla viendo la pelea entire
Ismael Laguna y el ecuatoriano
Eugeno Espinoza el sAbado pasado
y goz6 con la paliza que propin6
el "Tigre" a su l6timo vencedor.
Record de 13.036 personas result
la asistencia.
0 0 0
A veces, los mas experts en una
ciencia, profesi6n u oficio son los
que tienen descuidos, debido pre-
cisamente a su gran experiencia,
dando lugar a accidents. Recien-
temente sucedi6 uno de esta indole,
de pocas consecuencias, felizmente,
cuando un t6cnico mecanico dej6
que un abanico de un acondiciona-
dor de aire le atrapara la mano.
Las lesiones fueron pequefias, a
Dios gracias. Si quieren mns deta-
lles, los pueden pedir a Publio A.
Vasquez, en el tercer piso del Edifi-
cio de Administraci6n en Balboa

Alguien que tiene por qu6 saber-
lo dijo que "el hombre que tiene la
conciencia tranquila, con frecuencia
lo que pasa es que tiene muy mala

Cursos Para Oficiales

Asistentes de Esgrima

En Piscina A. Gord6n
Cursos para adiestrar el personal
que laborara como Oficiales Asis-
tentes de Esgrima durante el desa-
rrollo de los XI Juegos Deportivos
Centroamericanos y del Caribe de
1970 esti impartiendo desde el pa-
sado martes, el Capitin Luis Tovar
En la Sala de Armas John D. Pool
de la Piscina Olimpica Adin Gor-
d6n se estan distando las classes de
este curso-que tendra una duraci6n
de 2 meses-los martes y jueves de
7 p.m. a 9 p.m.
Una vez obtengan el certificado
que expedira el Comit6 Olimpico
Nacional-las personas que partici-
pen en estos cursos-quedarin aptas
para representar a nuestro pais en
competencias intemacionales, ade-
mais de que seran remuneradas par
sus servicios.
Los interesados en inscribirse
pueden hacerlo en las Oficinas de la
Direcci6n T6cnica del Comit6 Or-
ganizador de los Juegos, ubicadas
en la Avenida Central (69 piso Edi-
ficio Galeria Central), en horas la-

Pagina 3


Julio 11, 1969


La Sra. Edith Jones, profesora en la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City,
fue seleccionada como la Jugadora Mis Valiosa de la Liga Femenina de
Bola Suave del AtlAntico. La profesora Jones, que juega con el equipo
Ron Cortez de Eddie Russell, tiene 6 afios de military en la liga. En la
temporada de 1969 que acaba de finalizar, gan6 el campeonato de bate
con promedio de .544, recibiendo un trofeo donado por la Refineria Pana-
mA, S.A., de manos de Domingo E. Barrios. Tambien fue la campeona
impulsadora de carreras con 38, obteniendo el trofeo donado por Antonio
Tagar6pulos a nombre de la Cerveza Sheaffers, y el trofeo de Jugadora Mis
Valiosa lo don6 la Internacional de Licores a trav6s de su representante
Errol Pinto, de Col6n. TambiBn recibi6 un Album de Discos.


Lista de los que Fueron Premiados por

Servicios Superiores y Sobresalientes

Esta es la lista complete de los
empleados del Canal de PanamA,
que recientemente recibieron cer-
tificados por Servicio Sobresaliente
y Servicio Superior en el sector Pa-
cifico. Aparecen en su orden seg6n
la Direcci6n y Divisi6n en que
prestan servicios:
Divisi6n de Escuelas, Certificados por
Servicios Sobresalientes: Cecilia M. Vaz,
Ethlin Fawcett, Sylvia Hinds, and Dalys
Collins. Recibieron Certificados por Ser-
vicios Superiores: Lynette Gayle, Rhoda
Sealey, Violet Rhaburn, Emelina Hurley,
y Laura G. P6rez.
Philip R. Lascala, de la Divisi6n de
Policia, recibi6 un Certificado por Ser-
vicios Sobresalientes.
Estos son los certificados por Servicios
Superiores de la Divisi6n de Policia:
Ronald M. Brome, Roy L. Bell, John F.
McDowell, Charles S. Smith, George R.
Tochterman, Charles N. Little, y Walter
H. Alves.
Certificados por Servicios Superiores de
la Division de Bomberos: Giffordo H.
Archer, Irvin Clarke, y Frederick F.
Vicki Torman, de la Oficina del Di-
rector, recibi6 un Certificado por Servi-
cios Sobresalientes. L. Jean Dombrowsky
y Jeanne Goodman, de la Divisi6n de
Medicine Preventiva, recibieron certifi-
cados por Servicios Superiores.
Los empleados del Hospital de Coco
Solo, Kenneth L. Anderson y Fred L.
Workman recibieron certificados por Ser-
vicios Sobresalientes.
Premiado por Servicios Superiores de
Coco Solo: Paul H. Loizeaux.
Los premiados por Servicios Superiores
del Hospital de Corozal fueron: Eric C.
McDonald, Jr., Manuel E. G. Lindo,
Hubert Buchanan, BArbara A. Biggs, y
Victor A. Schloss.
Premios por Servicios Sobresalientes
del Hospital Gorgas: Camille Hammer,
Ruth H. Powell, Virginia MacDonnell,
Ingrid Anderson, Ruby Varcacia, y Cora-
lia R. Avilfs. Premios por Servicios Su-
periores: Miriam Lindsay, Doris Small,
Marcella Williams, Joseph L. Linton,
Carlos Jimenez, Herbert B. Dwyer, Can-
delario Samaniego D., Joseph Haig, Sa-
vita Thakar, Selvin Rowe, Lea Middle-
ton, Alicia Pomare, Ivy K. Ng de Ach6n,
Joseph N. Foster, Samuel Maitland, Ca-
rolina I. Sellhorn, Vincent Ellis, Myrtle
McFarlane, Felipa de Alemsn, Linda
Haywood, Martin Hernandez, Neva Hunt,
y Fflix Dandrade.
Ethel C. Yearwood, de la Oficina de

Tuvo Lugar Numerosa Graduaci6n de Aprendices ..

(Viene de la pcgina 1)

y el resto por el Ej6rcito del Co-
mando Sur de Estados Unidos. Re-
presentan la clase nueva mis grande
que haya habido en la historic del
program de aprendices y refleja el
concept de expansion a que me
refer antes".
El Dr. Daniel J. Paolucci, Subdi-
rector (del Personal Ejecutivo) de
Personal, anunci6 los nombres de
los graduados y los certificados de
graduaci6n fueron entregados por
los respectivos directors del Canal
y del Ej6rcito del Comando Sur: el
Capitin Ernest B. Rainier, Director
Interino de Marina; el Capitin
Axton T. Jones, Director de Trans-.
porte y Terminales; Ernest W.
Zelnick, Director Interino de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n; y por el Co-
ronel Henry Boswell, Jr., Subjefe
de Estado Mayor, G-4 del Ej6rcito
del Comando Sur. Los premios es-
peciales para los aprendices del
Ej6rcito fueron anunciados por
Marshall Passman, Supervisor de
Aprendices del Personal Civil, del
USARSO. El Dr. Paolucci anunci6
los nombres de los que obtuvieron
premios por Desempefio Sobresa-
liente. Estos l6timos fueron entre-
gados por el Coronel Hartline.

Lista de Graduados por Direcci6n
Direcci6n de Marina-El Capitan
Ernest B. Rainier, Director Interi-
no, ayudado por Maurice B. Nickel,
Jefe de la Divisi6n Industrial, en-
treg6 sus certificados a: George W.
Bovell, Jr., constructor de barcos;
Robert S. Gill, mecinico tornero;
Richard A. McFarlane, soldador; y
a Hubert G. Ranger, aparejador.
Richard J. Danielsen, Jefe Interino
de la Divisi6n de Esclusas, ayud6
al Capitan Rainier a entregar sus
certificados a: William L. Benny,
Jr., electricista; Larry G. Gramlich,
mecinico tornero; Michael A. Li-
vingston, mecAnico tornero; Rode-
rick N. Macdonell, electricista; y a
James L. Slover, electricista.
El Director de Transporte y Ter-

minales, Capitan Axton T. Jones,
ayudado por Roger W. Adams, Su-
perintendente de la Divisi6n de
Transporte a Motor, entreg6 su cer-
tificado a William R. Fitzroy, me-
canico tornero de automotores.
Division de Servicios Administra-
tivos-Herschell W. Dempsey, Jr.,
impresor en la Imprenta del Canal
de PanamA.
Direcci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n-Ernest W. Zelnick, Di-
rector Interino, ayudado por Cons-
tant W. Chase, Jr., Ingeniero E16c-
trico, de la Divisi6n de Electricidad,
entreg6 sus certificados a: Norbert
L. Buchanan, electricista; John E.
Bundy, operario de plant genera-
dora de electricidad; Jerald S. Cur-
tis, operario de plant generadora
de electricidad; Rubin S. Edwards,
Jr., mecinico de radio; Rubin Ho
Luck, embobinador; JuliAn G.
Wharton, electricista (tel6fonos), y
a John A. Millar, operario de plant
generadora de electricidad.
Howard W. Osborne, Ingeniero
de Mantenimiento, ayud6 a Zelnick
en la entrega de certificados a:
William L. Catron y Jorge J. Long,
Jr., mecanicos de refrigeraci6n y
acondicionamiento de aire; Francis-
co Rodriguez F., plomero; y a
George H. Scott, planchista.
Julian S. Hearne, Jefe de la Di-
visi6n de Dragado, ayud6 a Zelnick
en la entrega de certificados a:
Delroy A. Burke, soldador; Anto-
nio 0. Dunn-Moodie, carpintero; y
a George Holcroft y James R.
Hovan, mecanicos torneros.
Lista de Graduados del Ej6rcito
El Coronel Henry Bowell, Jr.,
Subjefe de Estado Mayor, G-4,
USARSO, ayudado por el Coronel
Wade H. Padgett, Jr., Ingeniero
del USARSO, y por el Teniente
Coronel Richard J. Tallon, Inge-
niero Interino de Puesto, entreg6
los certificados a: Manuel S. Chang
y Ernesto E. Larrier, mecanicos de
refrigeraci6n y acondicionamiento
de aire; Miguel H. Machado, plo-
mero; Robert P. Pedersen y Leroy

F. Skinner, empalmadores de cable;
Thomas B. Rainey, Jr., electricista
planta generadora); Carver C.
Sobers, embobinador; Arnoldo G.
Gibbs y Enrique R. Rhoden, mon-
tadores de tuberia. Woodrow W.
Dejernette, Jr. y William H. Red-
mond, plomeros, recibieron sus
certificados anteriormente, debido
a que partieron a prestar servicio
en el Ej6rcito.
Los miembros del Personal Eje-
cutivo de Adiestramiento Industrial
que asistieron a la ceremonia inclu-
yeron a Willard E. Percy, Jefe;
Carroll B. Robertson, Allen L.
Blaney, Ralph E. Farnsworth y
Ricardo Varela, instructors, ade-
mAs de la Sra. Mildred Morrill,
Funcionaria Administrativa.
Alfred J. Graham, representante
obrero en el Comit6 de Adiestra-
miento Industrial; Edward Womble,
secretario del CLU-MTC; Carl O.
Riggs, Jr., Subjefe de la Divisi6n
Industrial; y Cyrus W. Field, Ge-
rente de Producci6n de la Divisi6n
Industrial, tambi6n estuvieron pre-
sentes en la ceremonia de gradua-

Carrera de Carritos...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

Improvisados de 1969 (Soapbox
Derby), que tendrA lugar el sAbado
19 de julio, a las 10 a.m. La inspec-
ci6n de los autos que tomarAn parte
en la competencia comenzara a las
7 a.m.
El ganador recibirA un trofeo y
un Bono de Ahorros de $500, ade-
mis de un viaje gratis a Akron,
Ohio, donde competirA en la Carre-
ra Anual "All American" de Carri-
tos Improvisados, por premios de
$30.000 en becas para studios uni-
versitarios. Se darA premios tam-
bi6n a los ganadores del segundo y
tercer lugar, ademAs de que tam-
biin se otorgarAn premios al carrito
mejor disefiado, al mejor tapizado y
al que esti dotado del mejor sistema
de frenos.

Crist6bal, recibi6 un premio por Servicios
Elizabeth M. Lowe y Silcia C. Debolt,
del sector Pacifico recibieron premios por
Servicios Sobresalientes y Samuel A.
Henriquez, recibi6 premio por Servicios
Walter A. Dryja, de la Oficina del Di-
rector, recibi6 un premio por Servicios
Sobresalientes. Premios por Servicios Su-
periores: Zenaida V. Torres, Ethel W.
Brown, y Jeanne Allen.
Premios por Servicios Sobresalientes de
la Division de Esclusas: Kenneth L. Mid-
dleton, Howard G. Anderson, James M.
Slover, Donald H. Spencer, Manuel G6-
mez, Thomas J. Hannigan, Jr., G6nova
J. Gibbs, Ernest C. Van Horn, y Joseph
H. Young. Premios por Servicios Supe-
riores: Jerald S. Burke, Carl J. Willis,
Lloyd E. Choquette, Luther A. Caddie,
Jr., Luis A. Gutierrez, Eugene A. Davis,
Alfredo Coco, Alfred J. Graham, Paul D.
Givonetti, Bobby D. Clingan, Gregory P.
Gramlich, Jr., Donald L. Gifford, Hugh
Ellis, Harry Van Loon, John S. Taylor,
Jr., Edward B. Frampton, Paul L. Tra-
han, Ernest G. Townsend, Arnott B. Ju-
lian, Hubert J. Jordan, Clyde S. Jen-
nings, John A. Dombrowsky, Delbert K.
Conover, Juan Garz6n, Ivan L. Jenkins,
Clarence Jacobson, Juan C. Sing, Pablo
Salamanca, Silvestre SAnchez M., Mor-
timer L. Scantlebury, Herman R. Wakem,
Richard G. L. Smith, Floyd C. Smith, Jr.,
Joseph A. Semper, Crispin S. Mayers,
David A. Kerr, Wilfred A. Lavallee,
Xylon Q. Marshall, Charles N. Powell,
Angel L. VAsquez, Alson T. Boyce, Grover
R. Barnes, Lewis F. Braden, Lawrence
Barca, Jr., Arthur J. O'Donnell, Gregorio
Piterson, Burris J. Rice, Juan Arbai.
Adolphus M. Ricketts, Fillmore Archi-
baldo, Octavio Arosemena M., Virginia
Nygard, y Camilo Polanco F.
Los premios por Servicio Sobresaliente
de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n son: Joseph
Kendall, Gerald W. Coffey, Howard
Buehler, Harold F. Spinney. Fred M.
Weade, y Aubrey R. Sealey. Premios por
Servicios Superiores: William A. Violette,
Herbert W. McKenzie, AdriAn McCalla,
Robert L. McAuslin, Galindo A. Macias,
Ezrom Livingston, James N. Linton, Keith
E. Lippincott, Carlos B. Ledezma, Edwin
Lawrence, Lloyd B. Van Kirk, George
Williams, Roberto Rangel, Luis Ramos,
Beniamin Ouiiones, Joaquin Montoto,
Edgar S. Shaw, Magdaleno Rodriguez,
Joseph N. Headley, Leonard S. Hart,
Winston L. Harris, George A. Duncan,
James A. Hudgins, Gilbert S. Kirkaldy,
Alfred V. George, Emilio Campos. Peter
Bolton, Dudley Burrell, y Edgar F. Bas-
Premios por Servicios Superiores de
la Divisi6n Industrial: Sydnev T. Lindh,
Frank J. Trykar, Thomas J. Pimento,
John P. Bidwell, Antonio A. Madrid,
Joshau E. Lowe, Granville Hunte, y Con-
rado V. Brown.
Premios por Servicios Sobresalientes de
la Divisi6n de Ferrocarril: Raymond E.
Thompson, Theodore Forbes, Doc Ben-
nett, Jr., Raymond E. Allen, y John F.
Frensley, Jr.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Transporte a Motor:
Catherine J. Boswell, Vernon R. Seeley,
Oscar W. Layne, y Charles C. Vreux.
Premios por Servicios Superiores: Alvin
H. Barber, Juan R. Griffin, Gilbert G.
Wilson, y Fermin L. IbAiRez.
Premios por Servicios Superiores de la
Divisi6n de Terminales: Harold L. Shaw,
Cleveland H. Mitchell, y Joseph E. Ram-
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente:
Jolie A. Seeley, Robert S. Bowen, David
I. Kelleher, James A. Mathis, Dora Ung,
Robert B. Samuels, Rolando Nisbeth,
Audrey Bowman, Nell J. Waldron, Fran-
ces P. Smith, Beresford D. Licorish, Ira
N. C. Read, Julio Best, Theodore R.
Jemmott, Adolphus Bushell, William H.
Lovell, Carlos A. Payne, Louise R. Hunt,
Lloyd B. Joseph, Cecil 0. Maughn, Clin-
ton E. George, Maritza E. de Oranges,
Eugene Buonviri, Helen Kat, Ralph
Knights, Henry L. Rose, Eric Townsend,
Howard E. Turner, John R. DeGrum-
mond, Oliver L. Riesch, y Robert Les-
Premios por Servicios Superiores:
Richard Lopp, Reynerio Cedeflo de la
Lastra, Frances D. Wheeler, Benjamin S.
Chisholm, y Shirley A. Cavanaugh.
Premios por Servicios Sobresalientes:
Guillermo Van Hoorde, Jr. y F. R. John-
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente en
la Oficina del Director: Faye C. Minton,
Carl J. Browne, William T. King, y Mar-
garet F. Nordstrom.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Estudios sobre Canal a
Nivel: George F. Earle, Fedrick A. Law-
rence, LeMar T. Sizemore, y Fred T.
Premios por Servicios Supe iores: Leo
J. Krziza y Victor E. Joseph.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Construcci6n: Robert J.
Risberg y Wilfred P. Lew.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Ingenieria: Roger R. To-
ledano, Sonia M. del Rio, Patrick L.
Lincoln, y Melvin Bierman.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Dragado: Clarence E.
Sykes, Juan B. Martinez, Joseph N.
Edwards, y Camillus T. Askew.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Electricidad: Ralph W.
Henderson, Hubert J. Wilson, Adolphus
I. Beckles, Peter W. Foster, Edwin R.
Malin, William J. Nickisher, Jr., E. A.
Wiberg, Livingstone A. Burke, Luciano
Campbell, Dorothy S. Bright, William R.
Carlin, Jr., y Stanwood O. Specht.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Mantenimiento: C. Simons,
M. G. Naar, Edward E. Kennerd, A. J.
Kucikas, Joaquina C. Rico, Albert V.

Apollo, Adolphus A. Weeks, L. Hooper,
J. Benjamin, J. Beckles, Gilberto Budil,
C. Ammirati, H. Charles, Arnold Sandi-
ford, C. J. Roth-Roffy, Jr., James W.
Hicks, N. Bailey, Rupert Arthur, Gus-
tavo Fields, J. Fox, R. Budreau, y Adin
Premios por Servicio Superior de la
Division de Mantenimiento: George Rahn,
Joseph Francis, Wesley H. Bailey, George
E. Daniel, Ralph J. Dugas, y Rafael A.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Servicios Administrativos:
Bertram L. McLean, Fred E. Wells, Juan
Fernmndez V., y Hamblin H. Sisnett.
Premios por Servicios Superiores: Sa-
muel H. Edwards, Mario Torres, Reinaldo
P6rez, Frank A. Venture, Allan Howell,
Albertina Vaz, Leonard A. Johns, Alfonso
Beckford, Sydney Crawford, Edgar L.
Joseph, Phyra Decoster, y Orlander Simp-
Premios por Servicios Sobresalientes
de la Divisi6n de Servicios Comunales:
Thomas P. Belford y James S. Raymond.
David E. White, empleado de la Di-
visi6n de Almacenes, recibi6 un premio
por Servicios Superiores.

Los que recibieron premios por
Servicio Superior y Sobresaliente
en el sector Atlantico, seg6n la
Direcci6n y Divisi6n a que pertene-
cen, son los siguientes:
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente en
la Division de Escuelas: Spencer S.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente:
Hylton R. Nelson y Clarice Bryan.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Policia: John Kozar, Philip
Meek, Jr., y Josephine E. Attia.
Premio por Servicio Superior: Andrew
M. Wright, Jr.
Premios por Servicio Superior de la
Division de Bomberos: Randolph W.
Ferreira, H6ctor Ching A., George W.
Coleman, Albin E. Coke, y Frank Berry.
Premio por Servicio Sobresallente de la
Divisi6n de Transporte Maritimo: Joseph
C. Quintas.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Ferrocarril: Claud L.
Planch6n, y Donald R. Brayton.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Transporte a Motor:
L. Irene B. McLaughlin y Medad U.
Evans. Premio par Servicio Superior:
Augustus C. Bennett.
Premio por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Terminales: Victor Wil-
Premios por Servicio Superior: Walter
L. nund, Carlos Ballou, C. Espada, Edwin
C. Josephs, Volney V. Swaby, Rudolph
Reid, Roger S. Pierrelas, Charles Mar-
tinez, Albert W. Williams, Clement J.
Moses, Franklin R. Samuels, Canute S.
Cockburn, Ithran T. Stewart, Rupert A.
Knight, y Calvin A. Thompson.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Electricidad: Walter
Weeks, Frank Stewart, Arthur C. Roach,
y Willard W. Huffman.
Premios par Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Mantenimiento: John
Williams y Rupert S. Beckford. Premios
por Servicio Superiores: DAmaso Jimhnez,
Robert T. Geddes, Ernesto Arrocha, y
John Lawrence.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Divisi6n de Esclusas: Vincent A.
Hodgson, Morgan E. Holcomb, Wiltz J.
Schexnayder, John T. Styles, Darwin E.
Pope, y Caleb C. Clement. Premios por
Servicio Superior: Charles J. Watson,
Rudy M. Wieland, Manuel Fuentes,
Clifford H. Thomas, Pedro Garay, James
N. Inniss, Joseph A. Chandler, Demetrio
Castrell6n, George C. Scheibe, Ernest C.
Stiebritz, Alton C. Springer, Charles
Small, Cecil I. Miller, Edward Price,
Woodrow W. Rowland, Herbert Leslie,
Marcell Aldeg6n, James B. Rigby, Russell
V. Severance, Octavio Barker, John Bales,
Jr., Jos6 D. Romero, Curtis L. Coate,
Ladislao HernAndez, Irvin F. Headley,
Joseph G. Grant, James R. S. DeFrees,
William B. Davis, Ivan Downer, Rodley
L. Green, Charles A. Elliott, Howard E.
Fischer, Claudio E. Wedderburn, George
E. Mitchell, Guy R. Newman, Florentino
Pedroza, Miguel PrestAn, Antonio Rami-
rez, Ger6nimo Br6 P., James Belcher,
Woodrow W. Richardson, Eulogio Rizo,
Lawrence Worrell, Juan Ruiz, y Cecil T.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division de Navegaci6n: Gerald H.
Smith, Albert L. Wilder, Rudolph F.
Huldtquist, Jr., James P. Johnson, Jr.,
Ronald A. Archbold, William S. Acheson,
y William E. Weigle. Premios por Ser-
vicios Superiores: Fermin A. Reid, James
B. Wallace, Santiago Machado, Wilfred
A. Anderson, Alvin Hall, Kenneth Wade,
E. N. Belland, Richard Holnes, Theo-
dore E. Brown, Cyril Holt, Dennis
Whitaker, Roy A. Hall, Jr., Lourdes A.
Boseman, y Arthur C. Cherry.
Premios por Servicio Sobresaliente de
la Division Industrial: Donald C. Denis,
Carolyn G. Johnson, Harold Young,
Bernard J. Kopfinger, Joseph L. Hickey,
y George D. Sun. Premios por Servicio
Superior: Cleveland A. King, Martin E.
White, Elizabeth A. Beall, John M. Baer,
Patricia J. Kunkel, James U. Curney,
Alvin P. Lim, Rolando A. Linares, Jr.,
Robert A. Lord, Henry I. Bennett, Mar-
celino F. Gournet, Vincent D. Ridge,
Michael Lubrano, Marcus E. Hart, James
B. Cuthrell, y Carl H. Starke.

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