Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: December 5, 1969
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00746
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THEPA AMACANL ill ofthe ,Panam~a Canal Museump


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the Incentive Awards Suggestion
A check for $200 was presented
to Bell for suggesting the elimina-
tion of unnecessary reporting of
blanket and annual inspection jobs
thereby reducing the volume of the
weekly cost report from a bulky
99 pages to a concise 27-page
weekly report. It is estimated that
the suggestion will mean an annual
saving of $2,980 for the Canal orga-
nization. (Picture in Spanish section.)

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Charges for handling cargo over
the Panama Canal's piers in Balboa
and Cristobal will be increased
effective February 15, 1970, as the
result of increased operating costs,

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Labor costs have increased at
least 15 percent since the last rate
increase on the piers in September
1967. The new rates will recover
the 15 percent and other continuing
cost increases,
Basically, the rates to be in-
creased are for stevedoring, han-
dling, transferring, and rehandling,
Stevedoring is the loading and
stowing of cargo in the ship's hold
cr its removal from the ship's hold
to the dock, a service charged
against the ship and not against the
Handling is the movement of
cargo on the piers, checking and
segregating it, warehousing it and
delivering it to the consignee or to
the ship. This is charged against the
cargo, not the vessel.
The basic rates will be increased
as follows, with specific rates to be
increased proportionately: stevedor-
ing conventional general cargo
vessels, from $2.60 to $3 per ton.
Handling, from 83.55 to $4.10 per
ton. Transferring or moving of
enrgo from one ship into position
"zhere itfromn >5e5 25onto
ton. Behandling, from $3.55 to
$4.10 per ton.

The Pacific Civic Council will
meet at 7:30 p.m., December 10, at
the Balboa Training Center. High-
light of the session will be the elec-
tion of officers for 1970.

Sweet AdelinOS
To Sms at 2

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T n ual C int2 aesingSouts
of the Crossroads Chapter of Sweet
Adelines, Inc. will be held at the
Balboa Theater, December 12, at
7:30 p.m. and at the Coco Solo
Theater, December 19, at7 p.m. for
the benefit of the United Fund.
Tickets will be 75 cents for adults
and 30 'cents for children-
Singing guests of the Crossroads
Chapter will be members of the
Dischords Men's Chorus, the Trade
Winds Quartet, and the Three Guys
and a Doll Quartet.
Included in the program of
Christmas music will be "Adoramus
Te," which will be sung by the
combined choruses with narration
by Victor May, Jr., the director of
the Dischords. Other such well
known favorites as "Little Drummer
Boy," "Silent Night," and "Jingle
Bells" are among the 13 selections
that make up the program.
The Sweet Adelines, Inc. is an
international four-part harmony or-
ganization for women which was
founded in 1945. The local chapter
was founded in August 1961 by
Mrs. Cecelia Cove, a housewife on
the Atlantic side, who has been its
director since the beginning.
Following the performances, the
movie, "The Agony and the Ec-
stasy," starring Charlton Heston and
Rex Harrison, will be shown. The
movie is rated adult and youth,

Storehouse Inventory
Storehouse Sections I in Balboa
and X in Cristobal will be closed
for inventory all day Tuesday,
December 16, it has been an-
nounced by the acting chief of the
Division of Storehouses.
The same sections will be closed
again for a recount Friday, Jan
uary 2, 1970.


Cecelia Gove rehearses for the annual Christmas sing-outs which the
Crossroads Chapter of the Sweet Adelines Inc. will present at the Balboa
Theater, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. and at the Coco Solo Theater, Decem-
her 19, at 7 p.m. She is director and founder of the Crossroads Chapter.

1 .1 .
Three Angels" which opened at the Ancon Theatre last
night. The hilarious three-act play, which is the tale
of a trio of convicts who make sure that good triumphs
over evil, will continue until December 20. For reserva-
tions call 2-3786, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Curtain time is 8 p.m.

"Graphs, charts, bah!" says Uncle Henri, played by
Vic Canel (seated), as Joseph, Don Lohse, tries to
convince him that Monsieur Felix Ducotel, Joe Barry,
has everything on the up and up" and runs out of
chart as he tries to make his point. The scene is from
a rehearsal of the Theatre Guild's production of "My


xmas Trees

Go on sde

December 14
Balsam fir and scotch pine Christ-
mas trees will be placed on sale in
the Canal Zone at 1 p.m., Sunday,
December 14, at Building 10, Main-
tenance Division, Industrial Area on
the Pacific side, it has been an~
nounced by the Panama Canal
Supply Division.
Christmas trees will be available
on the Atlantic side at the same
time at Building 1143, at the rear
of the Coco Solo Post OfHee. Sales
will continue during the regular
retail store hours as long as the
supply lasts. These hours have been
announced as 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, December 14; 10 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. during week days, and
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturdays.
Trees also will be available at
the Catun Service Center, the Gam
boa Retail Store, the Paraiso Retail
Store, and the Rainbow City Retail
Store beginning at 8:30 a.m., Mon-
day, December 15.
Advance orders for trees will not
he necessary, it was announced.
Customers may have trees they pur-
chase delivered at a special 50 cent

TISCO & Oin 106

P/ans Xmas Exhibit
'The Cristobal Coin Club will hold
its annual Christmas coin exhibit
and course in the main lobby of the
Cristobal YMCA Saturday, Decem-
her 13, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The public is invited to view the
many interesting displays of money
and medals from several countries.
Members of any coin club in Pan-
ama or the Canal Zone may par-
ticipate by calling Bob Karrer, Fort
Click 2005, or Edith or Ernie
Stiebritz, Catun 169.

Insurance Board
ll be held during the ployees will elect five members and
mber 8 to elect em- three alternates. A sixth member
Panama Canal orga- will be appointed as provided for
new governing body by the bylaws. Six members and
Insurance Board of three alternates will be elected by
e, the non-U.S.-citizen employees,
ers when elected, The new governing body will be
year term from Jan- comprised of elected civilian em-
rough December 31, ployees of the Panama Canal, the
nn of office for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Federal
ers of the governing Aviation Agency, and other U.S.
member 31, 1969. Federal agencies,
oyee of the Canal The responsibility of the Group
entitled to vote in Insurance Board is to protect the
he U.S.-citizen em- interests of employees in the im-
plementation of insurance policies;
ED STATES to assure that the insurance com-
CRUIC pany makes fair and prompt settle-
ment of claims submitted; to make
rs of the SS United periodic surveys of the insurance
est and most luxury company s operations under the
liner flying the U.S. Master Policies, and for-securing,
nceled a scheduled "'here warranted, favorable pre-
South Seas which mium changes; to strive to extend
aken the huge ship or liberalize the benefits under the
nama Canal. Master Plans, and to carry out any
nation was due to other measures having to do with
ns which have forced insurance which would be in the
er temporarily out of interest of all participating em-
ess. A spokesman for
ies, local representa- The Group Plans sponsored by
nited States, said the the Croup Insurance Board now
laid up in the New have an enrolled membership of
il measures can be nearly 14,000.
hip back in s rvice. ancU tumnb t he 11 collect

ary 24 on a 55-day to be returned to the timekeepers
w York She would before December 13.

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(My Three Angels"

Ensign Orrin P. Clement is congratulated by Commander R. H. McGlohn
as he receives his commission on completion of a course of instruction at
the Naval Aviation Schools Command at NAS Pensacola, Fla. Orrin is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb C. Clement, of Gatun, also shown. His sister,
Mary Ruth, also attended the commissioning service. Ensign Clement is a
1965 graduate of Cristobal High School and a 1969 graduate of Oklahoma
State University. (OfBcial U.S. Navy photograph.)


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Start your week with a quiet,
leisurely brunch in the cool air-
conditioned comfort of the Roose-
velt Room at the Tivoli Cuest
House. It begins at 9 a.m. The
menu includes: assorted fruit and
Juice trays, dollar pancakes, eggs
Benedict, German fried potatoes,
grilled sausage links, grilled bacon,
deep fried chicken livers, assorted
dry cereals, buttered toast, cin-
namon toast, Jam, jelly, assorted
coffee cakes, blueberry muffins>
coffee, tea, or milk-
Brunch ends at 1 p.m. so get
there early and eat to your heart s
The price is $1.75 adults, chil-
dren $1.25-


Enjoy the best in Italian cook
ing at the Tivoli's Italian Night
Buflet Monday, December 8.
The menu includes chicken eac-
ciatori with spaghetti, spaghetti
with meat sauce, Italian salad, gar-
lic bread, relish tray, assorted pas-
tries bevera
There are three convenient seat-
mgs: 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30 p.m.
Call 2-2111 for reservations.
Adults 1.65, children $1.10.

& & &


The second annual Christmas
Bazaar to raise money for the
Christmas party for the patients
in Corozal Hospital will be held
at the plaza beside the Balboa Post
Office Saturday, December 6,
beginning at 8 a.m.
The bazaar is sponsored by the
volunteers of Corozal Hospital and
will feature the sale of Christmas
gifts made by the hospital patients.
Also to be placed on sale will be
home made baked goods and a
number of other items.
Those who wish to help the
volunteers by donating baked
toeifs 1," ain
Corozal Hospital. All funds col-
lected will be used for the annual
patients' Christmas party.

StudentsMof Im orlx rl ter,

not bitter.

2:oo p.m.
Smoky-Fess Parker: The life and devel-
opment of a wild black stallion. (Color.)
T-110 mins.
6:15 p.m.
For The Love Of Mike-Richard Base-
hart: Little boy and old priest have
dreams that come true. (Color.)
T-90 mins.
The Great Sioux Msss re-Joseph Cot-
lothe st y of Custer's las)tS stann
2:00 p.m.
aNiouth--Jerri II et isd Tlm clms
crooks. (SIT.) (Color.)
T-114 mins.
2:00 .m.
Prince Valiant-Jamesp Mason: Excitingly
recreated from the world-famous serml
for the screen. (Technicolor.)
T-106 mins.

ex eAll mghst hows Plwginmt 7:bo0 p.m*
change without notice.
o oung pm
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
RIT Id eReSp ish Titles-

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Three new Panama Canal pilots
recently received their marine li-
censes as full fledged Panama
Canal pilots. They are Capt. John
H. Maher, Capt. John R. Carey,
and Capt. John J. McDonough, Jr.
Captain Maher is a native of
Greenville, Ohio, and a graduate
of the Maine Maritime Academy.
He served with the U.S. Navy for
5 years and attended the Deep Sea
Diving School in Washington,
D.C. He was employed by Murphy
Pacific in Kingston, Jamaica, for
the past 5 years.
Captain Carey is from San Fran-
cisco, Calif., and was graduated
from the California Maritime Acad-
emy. He was employed by Phillips
Petroleum, American President
Lines, and the Military Sea Trans-
ort Service. He was Port Relief
Officer in San Francisco prior to
coming to the Panama Canal.
Captain McDonough was born
in Boston, Mass., and is a graduate
of both the U.S. Coast Cuard
Academy in New London and
Kings Point Academy in New York.
Fle served with the U.S. Navy and
was employed with the American
Foreign Steamship Co. and several
other U.S. lines before coming to
the Canal Zone.

8:05-Armstrong Circle 'I'heater
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Chamuran Special
9:20-The tonight Show
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Four-Star Playhouse
4:15-Gale Storm Show
5:00-SCN, Afternoon News
5:05-Af rnoon (Cont.)
: -Baul Line
6:30-Billya walker's Country
6:ss-sCN News In Spanish
-- re Goldds*gers
sHu Playhoulseldar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Creation of the
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Gale Storm Show

1: u Know' cws
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-The il li herman
e -Dateline
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Ri ec 1 re Mayan Caves
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Twelve O'Clock High
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:

10:00-T1rS 'iane Warwick
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Here's Eddie
4:15-"Boots And Saddles"
StCt nAo< ( tNews
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7 05 Hawaii Calls
eNB Anderson Show
5 an aZone Calendar
9 os-Armchair Theater:
to is-To BAvahow ed
--Focussno a Today


rootnon of the Yukon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:30-Animal World
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Fractured Flickers
7 so-waterfront
Ernie Ford
8 30 Wanted, Dead or Alive
0 1ana m; Calendar
"The Night My Number
to .so Fo< s nuT, dn
11:00-Heart of the City

A car with a fe\\ gallons of gas
plus a fool with a few ounces of
alcohol add up to a lot of hearse

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:40 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Battle Of Britain (AYC)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m. One Hundred
Rifles (A)
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Romeo And Juliet
Fri., 7:30 p.m. (UNITED FUND)
Stage Show: "The Sweet Adelines
Christmas Sing-Out" followed by:
The Agony And The Ecstasy (AY)
Sat.-Only When I Larf (AY)
Sun yMatineOf2d00pbm.(T--C1)03

s n sSti in hMoon (AY)
Wed.-The Slender Thread (AY)
Thurs.-Divorce Amerienn Style (A)

da 1SSho a 0 p.m.-World
Sat., 8:1.15d.m. With Six You Get
SuEoan, The Woman, And The
Money (AY)
Tues.-Divorce American Style (A)
Wed.-The StnalkinghM odn (AAY)
F lay Owl S3w, 10:00 p.m.-Naked
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
sat 7boo .mi--su 2:0% 7:00 p.m.-
Mon.-Camelot (AY)
1T e !-T sd aRR esA)A)
Fri.-Cartoon Carnival (AYC)
Sat.-Blackbeard's Ghost (AYC)
m m sp as
Goose (A)
Tues.-Inherit The Wind (A)
Wed.-Man Of The West (A)
Thurs.-Bye, Bye Birdie (AYC)
F -WthlS ou1G00 sol Ar or
Happy (AYC)
Sat.-Arizona Bushwhackers (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 100 p.m. (T-112
mins.)-Ride The Wild Surf (AYC)
Sun.-The Chainuan (AY, C-mature)
Tues.-Man Of The West (A)
Thurs.-Inherit The Wind (A)
Fri.-Only When I Larf (AY)

Special Matmees
(R), AYC or as Listed A
Saturday, December 6, 1969

Bo Lo
Night Of The Grizzly-Clint Walker:
LAes teo1vgrix 1 te)rrorivT 1 0 m

OR 186
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 he received and pro-
cessed for use the same week as
late as noon Tuesday. Mail mate-
way, Box M, Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone.


wagon train and are forced into
unexpected partnership in order to
reach a distant fort. Good charac-
ters and a plausible plot make this
a readable story.
Peter Cowie in Seventy Years of
Cinema gives a history of the movies
from 1895 to 1967. This is not con-
fined to American movies but covers
the development of the art of cine-
matography in all countries. Check-
lists of the great movies of each year
will recall many memories to old-
timers and the photographs are
great (Buster Kenton in evening
clothes, Brando in a sombrero,
Garbo in that hat from "Queen
A nostalgic novel for those who
remember the Thirties is Love in
Atlantis by B. L. Barrett. A South-
ern California town is the setting
for this story about Virginia, aged
14, and the summer when she
realized some of the problems of
growing up. This is no great novel,
but is pert and fresh like its heroine.

A4t The M~ovres

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:55-Parade of Sports
4:15-Pentagon Forum
4:45-Jimmy Dean
5:30-This Week In Pro-Football
6.00-Weekend '69
6:20-Movie Marquee
6:25-The Joey Bishop Show
8 -3t Sn s *
8:05-The Hollywood Palace
p Zone endar
" OFro n The Olympic
lo:so-saturday Night Movie:
"Models, Inc.n
1:00-SCN News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-A Visit To Russia
v ier' Country
on n From The Olymple
4 05-CBS Golf Classic
o ilw Douglas Show
6 30-Sat. Preston of the Yukon
eT1T k Show
8 cN an
9 co-sports Digest
onore Show
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart

_Andy Griffith
5 00-SCN Afternoon News
5:00-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Op inoieo h6a on
ang rictur Pr iere )
7:05-The Jimmy Rogers Show
8:00-SCN News

December 5, 1969

Page 2

New Ensign


By Emily J. Price

If you're planning a trip to
Afghanistan or Iceland or Sedalia,
Miss., and you want to find out
about the place before you get
there, J. A. Neal's Reference Guide
for Travelers will tell you the
names of recent books about it. The
comprehensive index makes it easy
to find your chosen spot and many
of the looks are in the Canal Zone
Think of a Number by Anders
Bodelsen is a mystery translated
from Danish. The plot concerns a
quiet, conscientious bank teller who
finds the draft of a robber's note on
the floor and plans the perfect bank
robbery. A good plot and the un-
usual view of life in Copenhagen
make this en ovable
Arrow in the Sun by Theodore
V. Olsen is a good western. The
two main characters are a humbling
farmer turned soldier and a New
York girl who has escaped from
captivity with the Cheyenne. They
survive the Indian ambush of a

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Three new Panama Canal pilots are, left to right: Capt. John II. Maher,
Capt. John R. Carey, and Capt. John J. McDonough, Jr.

Capt. Joseph M. Ajubita, master of the United Fruit the Navigation Division, and Capt. Andrew Stohrer,
Co. ship, SS "Parismina," holds a Honorary Panama Balboa Port Captain. Captain Ajubita will retire in
Canal Pilot's License which was presented to him as he February. Left to right, are: Albert F. Magh and
completed his 275th transit of the waterway. The pre- Edward A. Kienzle, of the United Fruit Co., Ajubita,
sensation was made by Capt. Robert O. Mink, chief of Mink, and Stohrer,

Christmas carols will echo
through the assembly halls of all
schools in the Canal Zone between
Decemb 12 and 23.schedule of

Christmas music concerts released
b the Division of Schools, the
annual schedule of holiday music
will start December 12 at the Dia-
blo Hei hts Elementar School at
8:45 a.m. The second program will
be at Curundu Elementary School
the same day at 9:30 a.m.
Three concerts are scheduled
for Tuesday, December 16. They
will be at 7:30 p.m. at the Balboa
High School; 8 p.m. at the Paraiso
High School and 1:45 p.m. at the
Rainbow City Elementary School.
On December 17, there will be
a program of music at 8:45 a.m.
at the Diablo Elementary School;
a singing of carols by the Balboa
High School chorus at 7:30 p.m.;
and concerts at 10:30 a.m. at Pedro
Miguel Elementary School and at
1:45 p.m. at the Paraiso Elemen-
tary School.
The Los Rios Elementary School
concert is set for 9 a.m., Thursday,
December 18. Also on Thursday are
programs at Margarita Elementary
School at 11 a.m. and at the Cu-
rundu Junior High School at 7:30
Nine programs are scheduled for
December 19. They will be held at
8:30 a.m. at Balboa Elementary
School; at 9 a.m. at Fort Clayton
Elementary School and Howard
Elementary School; at 10 a.m. at
Kobbe Elementary School, Camboa
Elementary School, and the Fort

Sears Executive To Speak
Before Personnel Society
Richard Hanse, general manager
for Searsw 1 ntral America and

at the next meeting of the Isthmian
Chapter, Society for Personnel
The meeting will be held at noon
December 17 in the Roosevelt
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.

PaeS 3


December 5, 1969

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laying aroxmd for lack of some place
to display it properly; and colleges
and universities would have to re-
vamp their ancient studies curricula
to retrain all the prospective archae-
ologists and to take care of all the
extra antiquity laying around. It's
heavy to ponder. But we can learn
something from it,
If it is true that "yesterday's trash
is today's gold," as White House
Curator James Ketchrun said a
couple of weeks ago, then there is
a clear way to take care of our chil-
dren's financial needs in the years
to come. Instead of throwing out
those old beer cans, the nonreturn
bottles, the broken crockery, and
the used toothpaste tubes, bury
them in your yard to be dug up 50
years from now. Your children could
become wealthy or maybe will be
able to start their own museum. And
it would slow down the surface pol-
lution of our streets, highways, and
fields. Why should we be inundated
with our own pollution plus that of
Our ancestors of a hundred or so
years ago! o o

Last week's recipe for iguana stew
went over so big we persuaded our
Choco Indian friend to give us
another. He came up with a Vir-
ginia recipe for terrapin stew. Those
Indians get around.
Anyway, the best parts for making
clear green turtle soup, if you're
interested, are the flippers, chine,
calipee, and the calipash. (We
always thought a calipash was some
sort of gourd.) The calipee (not
"'hat we thought it was either) is
the most important part. Some tur-
t1es are killed for the calipee alone,
our Indian gourmet said lamowingly.
Remove the calipee (wherever it is)
by slicing around the spaces it fills,
then scrape it, wash it and sun-dry
it. At this point in our conversation
the Indian got sick and hasn't been
able to complete the recipe, but he
indicated that that's all you needed
to know. We guess that if you can
find the calipee you'll know what
to do.
Here's the way to do in a turtle
for terrapin stew for two.
Throw a 6- or 7-inch diamondback
terrapin into boiling salted water.
Fut cotton in your ears so you won't
hear the beast scream. A diamond-
back terrapin scream can leave you
completely demoralized. Parboil for
1% hours until the feet fall off and
the shell cracks. By that time the
screams have stopped so remove the
cotton, unless you like cotton in your
ears. Everyone to their own thing,
is our philosophy. Then place the
cadaver on its back to cool. Discard
the heavy part of the intestines, gall,
and sandbags (sandbags?). Save the
liver, small intestines, and eggs.
Pick the meat to pieces. Cover with
boiling water and season with pep-
per, salt, cayenne, hard-boiled egg,
and lemon. Stew until well done.
Just before serving, add some cham-
pagne or sherry. You might take a
nip yourself.
e a .
Dr. L. Dennis Weldon, assistant
medical director at Corozal Hos-
pital, has been awarded a superior
service award for his wor at to
hospital for the past 5 years.

Canal Zone bottle collectors could
have done it years ago. Of course it
was just by accident that workmen
uncovered nineteenth century junk
in a sealed off chamber of the White
House while digging to make way
for more once space. Anyone down
here can tell you that all that has to
be done is unleash a bottle collec-
tor, let him or her sniff around
awhile, and eureka-junk.
Archeologists take years of inves-
tigating, fooling around, traveling
to far off places, gently brushing
away the earth to find, in many
cases, a few old clay jars or a de-
hydrated beetle or two.
A bottle collector only has to
ponder a bit and think "now if I was
a French canal digger where would
I throw my old bottle?" "If I was a
soused Indian who had just heisted
a bottle of rum where would I hicle
the remains?" If I was a shop keeper
along the Las Cruces Trail where
would . ." It only takes them a
moment to come up with the right
fruitful answer.

ca gs weno ene"2o dtishatsthe
cialized breed of collectors that can-
not I found anyplace el tinh e

reached the White House yet, or
the American Museum of Natural
IIistory, and probably that's the way
it s tdw dd happen if Stateside

archeologists found out about our
bottle people? They would imme-
cliately be re-expatriated and set to
work digging up U.S. antiquity.
Based on the number of Canal Zone
bottle collectors, their special ize
talents in unearthing stuff, and the
estimated amount of junk and trash
that has been buried since the
white man set foot on North Amer-
1 1 5 0
ican soi near y 0 years ago, it
would take less than 6 months for
find th
our collectors to every ing,
The outcome of all this would be
chaos, sheer chaos. Professional
archeologists would be out of work;
all kinds of antique trash would be

The Atlantic Side Newcomers
Club will hold a dinner party at
the Margarita Parish Hall, Satur-
clay, December 13, at 7 p.m. Cost is
$1.25 per person and members are
asked to bring a covered dish,
Members are encouraged to bring
their husbands.
The regular December meeting
will be held December 18, a week
earlier than usuaL and it is re-
quested that members bring a gag

PenOSylvania Dutch
Dinner Tonight
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Catun Union Church will hold a
Pennsylvania Dutch dinner tonight
in the church basement. There will
be sittings at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
For more information, call 5-375,
5-305, 5-457, or 5-169.

Davis Elementary School; at 11
a.m. at Coco Solo Elementary; at
8 p.m. at the Rainbow City Higli
laool;Canel Iten n .nS\haotolihe

On Monday, December 22, there
will be Christmas music at the Fort
Click Elementary School at 10
a.m. and at the Cocoli Elementary
School at 10:30 a.m.
The Christmas program will
wind up December 23 with music
at 10 a.m. at the Gatun Elemen-
tary School and the annual Christ-
mas concert at 7:30 p.m. at the
Cristobal Junior Senior High School
Individual classroom programs
will be held at the Ancon Elemen-
tary School from December 16 to
23. The exact time and dates will
be announced to parents directly.

,- J

J. .- I
Frank Costanzo, center, first aid instructor, Marine
Bureau, receives a certificate naming him Honorary
Safety Assistant for the Supply and Community Service
Bureau. The presentation, by L. A. Ferguson, right,
Supply and Community Director, was made at the end

of a first aid course conducted by Costanzo. At left is
J. R. Maravilla, safety officer for the bureau. Speaker at
the occasion was W. H. Smith, Chief, Safety Branch.
Costanzo was cited "In recognition of outstanding

Honorary Canal Pilot


Christmas Music

Atlantic sd: M j ebr

Panama Canal, the Canal Zone Di-
vision of Schools and anyone else
Both children are good students
despite the fact that they have
spent almost as much time over-
coming their handicap as they have
studying their lessons.
Ricky was born with cerebral
palsy in 1957 in Conway, S.C., and
spent 8 of his 11 years in the In-
stitute of Logopedies in Wichita,
Terri was born with a form of
spinal meningitis which left her
paralyzed from the waist down.
She is a student in the seventh
grade, is cheerful and happy and
can run circles around her school-
mates in her wheelchair if given a




The mystery of magic will come
alive Saturday night when the in-
ternationally known magician Mr.
Chang will entertain at the Balboa
Roller Skating Rink at 9 o'clock,
The rink will be open for skating
from 6 p.m. until show time.
Mr. Chang will do his amazing
saw-the-girl-in-half feat. The audi-
ence will also be treated to the
magic of a girl on fire-all for the
price of $1.50 for adults and $1 for
children under 12 years.

The Energy South will make
its first appearance at the Balboa
Teen Club to play for the dancing
crowd tonight from 7:30 to 11:30.
Dress will be casual attire.

Merry Christmas and good cheer
And clon't ou think it's nice
That Christmas comes but once
a year-
Could you afford it twice?

Page 4


December 5, 1969

The Istlunian Chapter of the
Association of the U.S. Army will
hold its fall dinner meeting at the
Fort Amador Officers' Club, De-
cember 10, at 6:30 p.rn.
Maj. Hugh M. Fisher, professor
of Military Science, Canal Zone
high schools, ROTC, will be guest
speaker. The 79th Army Band
combo will provide music for
dancing until midnight.
All members of the AUSA, their
wives and guests are invited to
attend the dinner and dance which
will begin with cocktails at 6:30
followed by dinner at 7:30. Dress
for the occasion will be coat and
tie for the men and cocktail dresses
for the ladies.
Cost of tickets is $3.50 per per-
son and tickets may be purchased
from the following members:
Fort Amador: Val Lynch, 272-
3206; Bill Lewis, 272-6226; and
Clayton Murphy, 272-2111.
Quarry Heights: Sgt. Maj. John
W. Robinson, 272-5222.
Panama Canal: Bill Young,
2-3614; Jim Brigman, 2-4169.
Fort Kobbe: CSM Arthur L.
Snvder, 274-4288.
Fort Clayton: Capt. Vincent V.
McRae, 277-2107.

Lt. Gen. Hal B. Jennings, Jr.

Surgeon General of the U.S. Army,
Lieutenant General Jennings is
spending a week in the Canal Zone
visiting medical installations here.
His visit included a partial transit
of the Canal aboard the launch "Las
Cruces" and a briefing on Canal
operations by Governor Leber.

Members of Mitsica, the music club at the Canal Zone cert will be held at the Canal Zone College Audi-
College, join Henry Rose, Jr., president of the club, thorium, tonight at 8. Left to right, are: Alida Lynton,
and Arnold Walters, director of the Polyphonic Choir Rose, Debbie Olliver, Walters (seated), Olga Bolado
of Panama, in discussing final plans for the concert (leaning over desk), Dee Davis, Edna Murdock, and
which will inaugurate the Christmas season. The con- Linda Kemp.

Employees who retired from
Panama Canal service during the
past 3 months, including a partial
list of October retirees, their years
of service with the Canal organi-

aatioa o se p ior m delielo
October retirees will receive their
certificates at a ceremony to be
held in December and their names
will appear in a later issue of the
Mark E. Bacchus, Helper Plumber
Maintenance Division, AtlanHe
side: 20 years, 4 months, 29
Eugene Breakfield, Assistant Post-
master, Postal Division, Atlantic
side: 21 years, 1 month, 12 days.
Pablo Brown, Truckdriver (Heavy),
Motor Transportation Division,

bPa fi silleen 30 alsr, lAn ndat
Director, Civil Affairs Bureau,
Office of the Director, Pacific
side: 30 years.
Martin R.Connolly, Blacksmith, In-
""strial Division, Atlantic side:
23 years, 10 months, 2 days.
Hector M. Contreras, Linehan~
dler, Terminals Division, Atlan-
tic side: 15 years, 5 months, 26
Harry G. Crawford, Truckdriver
(Heavy), Motor Transportation
Division, Pacific side: 32 years,
2 months, 27 days.
William A. Davis, Card Punch
Operator, Data Processing Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 17 years, 1()
months, 3 days.
Amba CeDiot anI)i CAoamu-

side: 17 years, 5 months, 20
Jos6 E. Ferrin A., Butcher, Supply
Division, Atlantic side: 33 years,

BH2iemo hsG17 da sock O orator
7 P >
Locks Division, Atlantic side:
28 years, 2 months, 18 days.
Capt. Donald V. Howerth, War-
den, Police Division, Pacific
side: 27 years, 3 months, 9 days.
Marine K. Jenks, Secretary (Typ-
ing), Corgas Hospital, Pacific
side: 17 years, 3 months, 8 days.
Louise L. Jones, Personnel Staff-
ing Specialist (Examining), Cen-
tral Employment Oflee, Pacific
side: 11 yekrs, 8 months.
Donald E. Judson, Power System
Dispatcher, Electrical Division,

Pacific side: 29 years, 1 month,
14 days. '
Ivan F. Lashley, Supply Clerk, Di-
vision of Storehouses, Atlantic
side: 29 years, 7 months, 15

FrelaysII. Lee, Distribution and
Window Clerk, Postal Division,
Pacific side: 33 years, 3 months,
17 da s.
Agapito Lemos P., Stevedore, Ter-
THilla CS Division, Atlantic side:
6 years, 8 months, 13 days.
John S. Lyons, Warehouseman, Di-
vision of Storehouses, Pacific
icle 49 years, 9 months, 20

Ramel H. Masters, Supervisory Sa-
nitation Inspector, Division of
Sanitation, Pacific side: 30 years
2 months, 21 days. '
Kathryn W. McNamee, Clinical
Nurse, Corgas Hospital, Pacific
s 22 years, 9 months, 20

Marcelino Ortega, Helper, Lock
Operator, Locks Division, Paci-
fic side: 26 years, 6 months, 26
Martin Panezo, Boatman, Dredg-
ing Division, Pacific sicle: 9
years, 1 month, 26 days.
F rancisco Firez, Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side:

Ira6 e 14nd g Tech-
nician, Accounting Division, Pa-
cific side: 28 years, 18 days.
Lucas Scott, Motor Launch Oper-
ator, Navigation Division, Paci-
fic side: 30 years, 2 months, 21
David H. Searle, Jr., Police Pri-
late, Police Division, Pacific
side- 24 years, 2 months, 13

Sidn / S. Segovia, Water Service-
man Terminals Division, Atlan-
tic side: 51 years, 9 months, 11
Karm Singh, Stevedore, Terminals
Division, Pacific side: 23 years '
2 months, 29 days.
Stanwood O. Speech, Supervisory
Mechanical Engineer (Power
System), Electrical Division, Pa-
cific side: 35 years, 1 month, 9
Braxton W. Treadwell, Pohee
Lieutenant, Poliec Division, Pa-
cific side: 29 vears, 3 months.
William A. Watson, Leader Line-
handler, Terminals Division,

Pacific side: 35 years, 8 months,
14 days'.
Edna P. Wills, Payroll Clerk, Pay-
roll Branch, Pacific side: 11
years, 9 months, 11 days.
Vic)tQnt DDie lungEle 1 cal F v
sion, Atlantic side: 23 years, 6
months, 21 days.
Hiram E. Zwicker, Lock Operator
Machinist, Locks Division, Pa-
cific side: 18 years, 7 months, 21
Bertram Tingling, Deckhand, Na-
vigation Division, Atlantic side:
27 years, 11 months, 2 days.
Edward H. Allen, Supervisory
General Engineer, Engineering
Division, Pacific side: 12 years,
10 months, 14 days.
Hugh C. Brock, Deckhand, Navi-

2ti arl)i is o thAtl tida side:
Niargaret L. Canavaggio, Cargo
Claims Clerk, Terminals Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 27 years, 8
months, 25 days.
Jerome B. Charles, Account Main-
tenance Clerk, Maintenance Di-
vision, Atlantic side: 55 years,
2 months, 3 days.
William H. Clinchard, Jr., Dental
Officer, Gorgas Hospital, Pacific
side: 12 years, I month, I day.
William J. Douglas, Brakeman,
Railroad Division, Atlantic side:
29 years, 6 months, 25 days.
Walter M. Hartman, Supervisory
Control House Operator, Locks
Division, Pacific side: 28 years,
1 month, 2 days.
Everard F. Ha miles, Pamter, 5

33 years, 6 months, 15 days.
Kathyleen R. Miller, Personnel
Staffing Specialist, Personnel--
Employment and Placement,
Pacific sside: 25 years, 9 months,
Maurice B. Nickel, Chief, Indus-
trial Division, Atlantic side: 25
years, 3 months, 4 days.
Niauro Rodriguez, Crounds Main-
tenance Equipment Operator
(Small), Conununity Services
Division, Pacific side: 29 years,
9 months, 3 days.
Albert Smith, Helper Machinist,
Railroad Division. Pacific side:
16 years, 8 months, 25 days.
Frank P. Smith, Stevelore, Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side:
25 years, 2 months, 24 days.

Two students at the Fort Clay-
ton Elementary School arrive every
day for their special education
classes in buses which have been
specially converted for their us
The children are Ricardo "Ricky
Resa, 11-year-old son of M. Sgt.
and Mrs. Ricardo Resa of Howard
AFB and Terri Burton, 13-year-
old daughter of T. Sgt. and Mrs.
Willard Burton of Albrook AFB.
Both are classified as wheel chair
The two mini-school buses were
converted for their use through the
efforts of Ruben C. Robertson, re-
tired Canal Zone policeman, who
is now manager ,of Contract Serv-
ices Inc., the company that fur-
nishes schoolbuses through the
U.S. Navy contract office for De-
partment of Defense dependents.
Terri has been in the special
education class at Fort Clayton for
rnore than a year but Ricki started
this year after his family moved
into the Canal Zone from Panama.
Prior to this, all of Rick 's trans-
portation was done by his parents.
Richardson, who designed and
had built the safety device installed
in a mini-bus for the transportation
of Terri's wheelchair, had a similar
device installed in another mini-
bus for Ricki. Both devices re-
ceived the enthusiastic approval of
the Panama Canal Safety Branch
The whcclchairs are loaded over
a ramp attached to the bus and a
special locking device keeps the
chairs steady when the bus is in
motion. Other children can ride too
but Terri and Ricki have first con-
sideration from the busdrivers who
remain on call during the school
Although Terri has been enjoy-
ing the freedom to travel wherever
her schoolmates go, thanks to the
Contract Bus Service, this is the
first time that Ricki has been away
from home without his parents
assistance for any length of time.
He thinks the alca is great and has
nothing but praise for the bus com-
pany, the U.S. Armed Forces, the

Planning Christmas Concert

U.S. Army Association To Hold

Special Mini Buses

List of Recent Panama Canal


Vol. VIII, No. 25 Msd 5Atsa evcodlCmri uda ims5d iimr e16

La tarifa por el manejo de carga
en los muelles del Canal de Pana-
md en Balboa y Crist6bal, sent
aumentado a partir del 15 de fe-
brero de 1970, como resultado del
alonento de los costs de operaci6n,
segrin anunci6 la Direcei6n de
Transported y Terminales.
Los costs laborales han aumen-
tado por 10 menos 15 por ciento
desde el riltimo aumento de tariffs
en los muelles en septiembre de
1967. Las nuevas tariffs recupera-

Cierres por

I te 1H THV &
Las Seceiones I en Balboa y
X en Crist6bal de los Almacenes,
permanecerin cerradas por inven-
tario todo el martes 16 de diciem-
bre, segrin anuncio hecho por el
Director Interino de la Divisi6n de
Las mismas seeciones permane-
certin cerradas nuevamente para
un recuento el viernes 2 de enero
de 1970.

No vendra el

united stores

E /
1.0 SU LTUCerO
Los agents del barco United
States, el transathintico de pasaje-
ros mtis grande y mis lujoso con
bandera de los Estados Unidos, ha
cancelado un crucero seilalado para
los Mares del Sur que habria lleva-
do al enorme barco a trav6s del
Canal de PanamA.
La cancelaci6n se debi6 a razo-
nes econ6micas que han forzado al
transathintico de 990 pies a quedar
temporalmente fuera del negocio de
cruceros. Un vocero de Fanama
Agencies, representative local del
United States, dijo que el navio per-
manecerA en el tirea de Nueva York
hasta que puedan tomarse medidas
que pongan al barco nuevamente
en servicio.
El transathintico tenia que 11egar
a Crist6bal el 24 de enero en un
crucero de 55 dias descle Nueva
York. Habria sido el barco de pasa-
jeros mis grande que jamtis tran-
sitara por el Canal.

4gg( g 4yj gg

P&TB P&Clente5
g g I /
El segundo Bazar de Navidad
anual para recaudar fondos para
la fiesta de Navidad de los pacien-
tes del Hospital de Corozal, se ce-
lebrant en la plaza detrtis del Co-
rreo de Balboa cl stibado 6 de di-
clembre clesde las 8 a.m.
El bazar es patrocinado por las
voluntaries del Hospital de Coro-
zal y se destacant la venta de re-
galos de Navidad hechos por pa-
cientes del hospital. Tambidn sent
puesta a la venta pasteleria dombs-
tica y muchas otras cosas.
Los que deseen ayudar alas vo-
luntarias donando pasteleria do-
mistica para el bazar y otros ar-
ticulos para la venta, pueden Ile-
varlos al Hospital de Corozal. Todo
10 que se recaude serA utilizado
para la fiesta anual de Navidad de
los pacientes.

Empleados que se jubilaron del
servicio del Canal de PanamA du-
rante los tiltimos 3 meses, inclu-
yendo una lista partial de los jubi-
lados de octubre, sus afios de ser-
vicio con la empresa del Canal y
la posici6n que tenian son como
sigue: (El resto de los jubilados de
Octubre recibini sus certificados en
una ceremonial que tenclri lugar en
diciembre y sus nombres aparece-
rAn en una edici6n posterior del

Recibe Premio

Of UgerenCIS


,o 2


Winston V. Bell, subjefe t4cnico
de contabilidad en la Contaduria
del Canal de Panamai, recibi6 un
Premio por Sugerencia de acuerdo
con el Programa de Premios de Es-
timulo por Sugerencias, consistent
en un cheque por $200 y un certi.
ficado de reconocimiento, por una
sugerencia que resultar:i en un abo-
rro anual de $2.980 para la empress
del Canal.
Bell, quien el 2 del presence cum-
plid 31 ailos al servicio del Canal
de PanamA, sugiri6 la reducci6n de
un inform semanal que prepare la
Secei6n de Contabilidad para Orde-
nes de Trahajo sobre los costs de
los trahajos que sc lievan a cabo, de
acuerdo con sus presupuestos. El
ndmero de p:iginas del informed serb
reducido de 99 a 27.

rtin ese 15 por ciento y otros aumen-
tos continues de los costs,
BAsicamente, las tarifas que serin
aumentadas son las de estiba, ma-
nejo, traslado y nuevo manejo. La
estiba es ordenar la carga de las
mercancias en la bodega de un
barco o su remoci6n desde la bode-
ga hasta la cubierta del barco, un
servicio cobrado al barco y no a la
El manejo es el movimiento de la
carga en los muelles, su verificaci6n
y separaci6n, almacenamiento y en-
trega al destinatario o al barco.
Esto se cobra a la carga y no al
Las tariffs basics serin aumen-
tadas como sigue, mientras las tari-
fas especificas senin aumentadas
proporcionahnente: estiba a los bar-
cos de carga general conventional,
cle $2.60 a $3 por tonelada. Manejo,
de $3.35 a $4.10 por tonelacla.
Traslado o movimiento de carga de
un barco hacia una posici6n desde
la cual pueda ser cargada en otro,
de $4.55 a $5.25 por tonelada.
Nuevo manejo, de $3.55 a $4.10 por


Con motive de su traslado a la Escuela Primaria de Santa Cruz, despubs
de server durante I ailo como Director de la Escuela Primaria de Rainbow
City, fue objeto de una fiesta de despedida el Profesor DuBois Andrews
en el Teatro de Rainbow City por parte del Club de Padres de Familia
del planted. A la izquierda estti la Sra. Alicia de C6rdoba, una madre de
familiar que entreg6 a nombre del club un regal al professor Andrews,
consistent en un reloj el4ctrico. A la derecha esti la Sra. Norma de Willies,
otra madre de familiar, colocando un "corsage" a la Sra. Pauline de Andrews.

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Mark E. Bacchus, Ayudante Plo-
mero, Divisi6n de Mantenimien-
to, sector Athintico: 20 afios, 4
meses, 29 dias.
Eugene Breakfield, Subadministra-
dor de Correos, Divisi6n de Co
rreos, sector Athintico: 21 afios,
1 mes, 12 dias.
Pablo Brown, Conductor de Ca-
mi6n Pesado, Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor, sector Pacifico:
30 ailos, 1 mes,
Joseph B. Clenunons, Jr., Subdi-
rector, Direcei6n de Asuntos Ci-
viles, Oficina del Director, sec-
tor PaciBco. 30 anos.
Martin R. Connolly, Herrero, Di-
visi6n Industrial, sector Atlinti-
co: 23 ailos, 10 meses, 2 dias.
Hector M. Contreras, Pasacables,
Division de Terminales, sector
Athintico: 15 ailos, 5 meses, 26
Harry G. Crawford, Conductor de
Cami6n Fesado, Divisi6n de
Transport a Motor, sector Pa-
cifico: 32 afios, 2 meses, 27 clias.
William A. Davis, Operario de Per-
foradora, Division de Levanta-
miento de Datos, sector Pacifico:
17 afios, 10 meses, 3 dias.
Andra C, Dougan, Oficinista, Di-
visi6n de Servicios Comunales,
sector Athintico: 17 ailos, 5 me-
ses, 20 dias.
Josi E. Ferrin A., Carnicero, Di-
visi6n de Abastos, sector Athin-
tico: 33 aiios, 2 meses, 17 dias.
Billie B. Gray, Operario de Esclu-
sas, Divisi6n de Esclusas, sec-
tor Atldntico: 28 afios, 2 meses,
18 dias-
Capit:in Donald V. Howerth, Al-
caide. Divisi6n de Policia, sec-
tor Pacifico: 27 afios, 3 meses,
9 dias.
Marine K. Jenks, Secretaria (Me-
can6grafa), Hospital Corgas, sec-
tor Pacifico: 17 ailos, 3 meses,
8 dias.
Louise L. Jones, Especialista en
T6cnicas de Personal (Examina-
dora), Olicina Central de Em-
pleo. sector Pacifico: 11 ailos,
8 meses.
Donald E. Judson, Despachador
de Energia E14ctrica, Divisi6n
de Electricidad, sector Pacifico:
29 ai50s, 1 mes, 14 dias.
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

Un espl6ndido program fue
ofxecido como despedicia, reciente-
mente, al Profesor DuBois Andrews,
ex director de la Escuela Primaria
de Rainbow City.
El program fue organizado por
la Asociaci6n de Padres de Familia
y de Maestros, entidad que fue
Organizada por el Profesor An-
drews, durante el ailo en que le
toc6 clirigir esa escuela del sector
Atlintico de la Zona del Canal, de
1968 a 1969.
La labor que desernpeii6 duran-
te ese period, relativamente corto,
antes de su traslado a la direcei6n
de la Escuela de Santa Cruz, fue
do tal magnitude que la comunidacl
encarg6 a la Asociaci6n organizara
ese acto de merecido homenaje.
El program, que se desarroll6
en el Auditorio de Rainbow City,
se inici6 can la Invocaci6n, a cargo
del Rev. Herbert Moore de la
Iglesia Episcopal cle Santa Maria.
Las palabras de aperture del acto
fueron pronunciadas por el Profe-
sor H. R. Nelson. A continuaci6n,
el conjunto tipico de la escuela,
dirigido por el Profesor Cermain
Castillo, present various bales que
fueron may del agrado del pr\blico.
Seguidamente, la alumna Rosalba
Steele declam6 "Los Busca Teso-
ros" de Rafael Pombo v la ahunna
Ahna Hansell, declam6 la poesia
en ingl4s "Lord Ullin's Daughter",
de T. Campbell. La banda de
flantas de la escuela, bajo la di-
recei6n del Profesor Clinton Peters
y con el acompailamiento al piano
del Profesar Reginald T. Prescott
ejecut6 varias pizzas que fueron
muy aplaudidas. El alumno Ram6n
Jeanmarie recito "Canto a la Ban-
ders", del panameiio Caspar Octa-
vio Hermindez y Eugenio Raphael,
declam6 "Chatam on the Amer-
ican War" poesia en singles de Lord
Chatam. Ambos fueron muy ova-

cionados. Luego, la Profesora Avis
de Dick ejecut6 magistralmente el
Preludio en Do Sostemdo Menor
de Raclunaninov. Las palabras de
agradecirniento al Profesor An-
drews fueron pronunciadas en in-
gles por la Sra. Ester de Sobers y,
en espatiol, por H4ctor Ching. Se-
guidamente, la Sra. Alicia de C6r~
cloba entreg6 al Profesor Andrews
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

Ivuembros de la Junta de

/ Cl a

tgUFOS Def en ClegIGOS
Durante la semana del 8 de di- del Seguro auspiciados por la Di-
ciembre senin elegidos los miem- rectiva.
bros del nuevo Cuerpo Cobernador 3. El nuevo Cucrpo Gobernante
de la Junta Directiva cle Seguros de incluird empleados civiles elegidos
la Zona del Canal. de la Compailia del Canal de Pana-
El Director de Personal, Edward mti y Cobierno cle la Zona del
A. Doolan, ha dirigido la siguiente Canal, del Ejdreito, de la Marina,
circular a todos los empleados: de la Fucrza Abrea, de la Agencia
Respect a la elecei6n de miem- Federal de Aviaci6n, y de otras
bros de la Compailia y Cobierno Agencias Federales del Cobierno
de la Zona del Canal al Cuerpo de los Estados Unidos.
Cobernante de la Junta Directiva 4. Los empleados estadouniden-
de Seguros. ses eleginin cineo miembros y tres
1. La tenencia de los cargo ocu- suplentes. Un sexto miembro sent
pados por los actuales miembros del designado como esti estipulado por
Cuerpo Gobernante finaliza el 31 los reglamentos. Seis miembros y
de diciembre de 1969. Durante la tres suplentes senin elegidos por los
semana del 8 de diciembre se cele- empleados no estalounidenses.
brain eleeciones para elegir em- 5. La responsabilklad de la Junta
pleados de la Compania y Gobierno Directiva del Segaro es:
de la Zona del Canal como miem- a. Proteger los intereses de
bros del nuevo Cuerpo Cohernante. los empleados en el compli-
Los miembros elegidos ocupartin 01 miento de las phlizas de se-
cargo por an tbrmino de 3 afios. pro,
(Del 19 de enero de 1970 at 31 de b. Asegurar que la Cornpa-
diciembre de 1972.) fifa de Sepros haga pronto y
2. Todo empleado de la Compa- Justo arreple de los reclamos
i5ia v Cabierno de la Zona del Canal que se hagan;
tiene el derecho a votar en estas c. IIacer estudios periddi-
elecciones. Su voto NO le oblige a cos de las operaciones de la
participar en ninguno de los planes (Continda en la pdgina 4)


Suben Tarifas en

Numerosos Empleados

10 que sd".

expresarle su agradecimiento. Va-
rios de los visitantes hicieron uso
de la palabra y la president del
Consejo Civico, Sra. Violet Rha-
burn, pronunci6 un discurso, des-
tacando los merits de Hoyte y la
incansable labor que Ilev6 a caho
en pro de la comunidad durante el
tempo que residi6 en Santa Cruz.
Moments de intense emoci6n
vivieron los presented cuando Hoyte
trat6 de pronunciar unas palabras
de agradecimiento por la agrada
ble sorpresa que se le habia brin-
dado y no pudo hacerlo debido a
la emoci6n que 10 embargaba en
esos instances.

MRIlel0 0011 COI'teSla

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pa-
1ae vsre an itia tr roon uc n-r'f'
ruecaestial dsaoli2urd aparecida, sin
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
La infoT i e dneearr Idia
a la oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir
id< correspon in s C AL
del Canal.
ta@ucib anit a dae todaonsa la
Valor de la subscripd6n para otros
i lu ad avio p rlarr jjr Opa
gaderos al Panama Canal Company y
dir gi sab g sSubs p

Gentle Giant (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 5 CERRADO The Family Jewels (AYC) Panic In The Year Zero (A)
Gentle Giant (AYC) v Project X (AY) y
Stibado 6--- The Family Jewels (AYC) CEllRADO The Long Duel (AY)
Those Daring Young Men In Guns Of The Magnificent
Domingo 7 The Green Berets (A) Their Jaunty Jalopies (AYC) Seven (AY)

Lunes 8 The Green Berets (A) ii111 s ) Guns Of The Mag)nifkent

Martes 9 CERHADO Once Before I Die (A) Sebastian (A)

Miercoles 10- illlj ss A 1Vorld Without Sun (AYC) CERRADO

Jueves 11 Once Before I Die (A) CEllRADO Support Local Sheriff (A) y
Arizona Bushwhackers (AYC) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 12___ CEliRADO Crack In The World (AY) Navy vs. The Night Monsters (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, Jovenes de 12 a 16; C, Niflos de 8 a 12.


y ()8 & LL

9 30-Conozca el Mundo
loedoipor la Patria
11 30-Mi Amigo el Mago
owfuel Mediodia
2:30-Reprise de la Novela de las 6
4:30-Los Invencibles
6:00-La Novicia Voladora
6:30-El Zorro
a aparral
9:00-Misi6n Imposible
10:00 Premiere de Gala

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
ioina>rice elsnifle
12 30-Noticias
a et ti eungIlonario
3 00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3 e set strip
5 00-El Hombre del Rifle
5 lbox\(Costello
a so-Noticias
-Tel nPoa s
8 00-La Patrulla Juvenil
9:00-Vinje a lo Desconocido
10:30-El Detective Millonario

11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30- Los Picapiedras
-Te noat aes
8 00-Ironside
Fe na y la Sra. Muir
10:30-El Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
ElstHombr11deep xme
"Detde inveUndaHonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
n enset strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
e 1 tlGigante
a so-Noticias
Geleno ela
8 00-El Show de TV-2
8 #n godrontingo
10:30-El Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
ntunset strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
6 ela
8.00-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
lo:oo Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
@ joimjicedel Rifle
owtdetlia Unjllonario
3:00-El Tentro de Lloyd Bridges
neenset stri,
5:00--El Hombre del Rifle

9:30-El Show de Jos6 Feliciano
10:30-El Detective Millonario

10:00-Conozen el Mundo
11:00-Carnaval de Cartones
-El P, arso Carpamtero

-Dep ealaM ela de las 7
6 0- sA aTlesqo2brinos
e Gigantes
9:00-Noches de Europa Latina
10:30-Cine Sibado


Exactamente como aparece en la fotograffa, asi es el
canicter de Jorge A. Small, complaciente cantinero
del Bar "Dos Oc4anos" de la Casa de Hudspedes Tivoli.
Lleva ya 10 ailos de trabajar can el Canal de Panama'
todos en ese mismo lugar. Small naci6 en la ciudad de
PanamA hace 35 ailos. Sus studios de primaria los hizo
en la Escuela Presidente Valdis y los secundarios en
la Escuela de Artes y Oficios "Melchor Lasso de la
Vega", donde ademals aprendi6 tapiceria. Actualmente
reside en su casita propia en la barriada de "Altos del
Rio" de la seceidn de Rio Abajo de la ciudad de Pana.
mti. Contrajo matrimonio el 20 de agosto de 1955 con
la Sra. Milida Lewis de Small, con la que compare su
hogar en uni6n de sus hijos, Geraldine, de 14 afios;
Blanca, de 12; Omar, de 10; Niurka, de 8; Jacqueline,
de 7; Itzen, de 5; c Indida, de 3 ailos. Las dos primers
estrin en la Escuela Secundaria de Villa Guadalupe,
los siguientes tres en la Escucla Primaria de Pueblo
Nuevo, y las dos illtimns dindole qud hacer a la madre
on la casa y "montando caballito que es su diversion
favorite", dice Small sonriendo. Small pertenece a la
Iglesia Bautista de Pueblo Nuevo. "La religion cons-
tituye la mejor gula para el padre que desea levanter
hien a su familiar dice Small. Antes de venir a traba-
jar con el Canal de PanamA, Small prest6 servicios con
la Cia. Colgate Palmolive en la ciudad de PanamA.
De ese tempo guard muy buenos recuerdos, espe-
cialmente del Gerente, Shapp, quien es una magnifica
persona. Luego, en 1964, trabajo por unos meses con
la Constructors Istmefia. "Pero mi trabajo principal ha
sido con el Canal de Panama dice sumamente satis-
fecho. Sus impressions sobre su trabajo las resume asi:
"El Cerente, Brawand, es fantbstico, y mis compaile-
ros de trahajo son magnificos, especialmente los can-
tincros Ward y Moore, quienes me han enseilado todo

_ -

El stibado 22 de noviembre, el
Consejo Civico de Santa Cruz se
reuni6 en pleno en la casa N9 6582
cle la oblaci6n de Cam Coiner
en el sector Athintico.
La raz6n era que los integran-
tes de esa corporaci6n, sus conyu-
ges, y numerosos miembros de la
poblaci6n de Santa Cruz, en el sec-
tor Pacifico, quisieron expresarle
asi su agradecimiento a Julitin J.
Hoyte, quien durante muchos ailos
viviera en Santa Cruz.
El "Flaco" Hoyte, como le 11a-
nTan sus numerosas amistades, fue
ascendido hace unos meses a sar-
gento de la Divisi6n de Bomberos
de la Zona del Canal y reciente-
mente fue trasladado a prestar ser-
vicios en el sector Athintico, por
10 que tuvo que cambiar su resi-
dencia a Camp Coiner, en la costa
Atlintica, dejando un vacio muy
grande en Santa Cruz-
Ho te habia sido miembro del
Consejo Civico de Santa Cruz u-
rante various ailos. Fue president
de ese consejo en 1966-6 ; vice-
residente en 1968-69; presidi6 el
Comith de Publicaciones y Relacio-
nes Priblicas y fue uno de los
miembros mais activos del Comit6
de Programs.
Patrocin6 equipos c eportivos
los j6venes de Santa Cruz y ac-
tualmente es el representante del
equipo de los bombers de la Zona
del Canal en el Campeonato Na-
cional Bomberil de Softhol de Pa
Los miembros del Consejo Ci
vico de Santa Cruz v demtis resi-
clentes de esa poblaci6n so pre-
sentaron, sin previo aviso, on la
residencia de Hoyte en el Athin-
tico y celebraron una magnifica
fiesta on su honor, como la minica
manera que pudieron pensar para


ULU Unit I

g _Programa de Juguetes de
or Alergriaratria
11 00-Ventana del Mundo
St Iv uiil ns s uetes de
I co-carrousel Internacional
2 00-Domingo Deportive
5 30-Programa de Juguetes de
6 00-El dlCrsde Santa Claus
7 oo-Bonanza
8 00-El Santo
1 ) trjano onrce ive
11 00-Episodios
11 so--Aventurns
I -- hisi y Risas
1 30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
INulevio cine I ogar
4:00-Robin Hood
-- ata unre la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
-Nose lainens sociales
Aqu E ARTr Patines
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:oo-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronotidero y Enigma
11:00-Los Hermanos Branagan

11:00-Episo IARTES
12:00-MAsica y Risas
1:30 La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00 Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-El Hogar y la Escuela
4:00-Robin Hood
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Priginas de la Vida
6 30-Instantaineas Sociales *
M oony continental
s:so-so Novela Favorita
9:00-Mic no icier manos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Las Novias
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
1 --M i y Risas
1 30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
NU O n IOgar
4 00-Robin Hood
e {uns la Tarde
5 30-P iginas de la Vida
-Nn : inens Sociales
8 icoos y andones
8:30-sa Novela Favorita
9:00-MicCron eier manos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
lo:oo-MI osY$g o es
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan

Musion y Hisas
~La Hora de Corin Tellado
Nuevo Cine Hogar
conselos Para la Salud
Robin Hood
epalu la Tarde
Paiginas de la Vida
st ismeas Sociales
Aqui Estal Tres Patines
Jueves Estelares
Su Novela Favorita
Micronoticiero y
MI r1n2t r mNaonv71a
Micronoticiero y Los Rebeldes
Los Hermanos Brannagan

susion v Risas
N Nuevo cine nogar
>bin Hood
Novel de la Tarde
Paiginas de la Vida
Lines sociales

Conflictos IIumanos
Micronoticiero v Novela
Micronoticiero y La Ley del
-La Hora Cero
Coloring Colorado
r de ogan
N Si as de Archie
Victor Martinez Blanco
Largo Metraje

sFm:ade Juguetes de
s de Orange Crush
A Peticibn Suya
Vinje al Fondo del Mar
Superproducciones del S:1bado


5 30

9 go

12 oo

2 oo





1 0
2 00


____ II___

Diciembre 5, 1969

P gina 2

G~ente en la NVoticia

OnSelO de Sant'B fuZ

Diciembre 8-Dia de la Madre en PanamA. Es tambi&n la fiesta religious
de la Inmaculada Concepci6n. Por lev de la Asamblea Nacional de Pana-
mi es fiesta national en toda la Reptiblica, dedicada a honrar a as
padres. En casi todas las poblaciones de la Repilblica es el dia en que
tradicionalmente hacen los nifios su Pr:mera Comuni6n. Por a tar e,
en la ciudad de PanamA, sale la Procesi6n de La Inmaculada que es
una de las mis coloridas de todo el afio. ,
Diciembre 12-Fiesta de la Virgen de Guadalupe, Patrona de Mexico y
de la Ambrica Latina. En la barriada de Villa Guadalupe, en las afueras
de la ciudad de PanamA, ademais de la celebraci6n religious, hay bales
diversions tipicas de muc la vistost
Diciembre 15-Fiesta Patronal de la Inmaculada Concepci6n en Penono-
me, capital de la Provincia de Cocl6. Entre los numerosos actos con que
se conmemoran las fiestas patronales, se presenton espect:iculos tipicoS
de la region, como la entrada de los parrampanes", campesinos de los
alrededores que Ilegan al pueblo vestidos vistosa y ridiculamente y con
sus gracias alegran las called de la poblaci6n.
Diciembre 15-Din del Tip6grafo en PanamA. No es dia de flesta national
ni feriado, pero los tip6grafos, cuyo sindicato es uno de los mis nume-
rosos de Panamti, efecttian different actos para conmemorar la fecha,
de los cuales los m:1s importantes son una peregrinaci6n alas tumbas
de los compMicros enidos, luego de una misa por sus ahnas, y la solemn
ceremonial de toma de posesion de la nueva directive que regirti los
destinos de la organizaci6n durante el siguiente aiio.

En Su Panttalla


PrfOgr amas Ivus scales as

PR 11R 3

Diciembre 5, 1969


Generalmente, uno de los auto-
m6viles que se ven m:is temprano
en el late de estacionamiento del
Edificio de Administraci6n de Bal-
boa Heights es on Volkswagen rojo.
Pertenece a la Sra. Dorothy Her-
rington, quien seg6n nos han infor-
mado los empleados que trabajan en
la Secei6n de Cuentas por Cobrar y
por Pagar de la Contraloria, es la
primer persona que Ilega a esa
dependence todas las mafianas.
Dicen que ella se merece un primer
premio may especial por llegar tem-
prano al trahajo.
. .

Entre 1 leads del Canal de
Panan\ bl o Cn o ac-onsagarl

no, jefe teendlogo medico en el La-
boratorio del Hospital Gorgas. Al
inismo tempo, muy pocos son los
que evitan la publicidad tanto como

".?"9 -Ei:1 9 .1
"Rica", como 10 Ilaman sus amigos '
tambi6n es instructor de tecnologia
an&dica en la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal. Lo felicitamos y le
acseamos muchos 4xitos.
. o
Una de las bodas mis rumbosas
que han tenido lugar en PanamA en
los riltimos meses two lugar el set-
bado 29 de noviembre en el Santua-
rio Nacional del Coraz6n de Maria.
Contrafa matrimonio el Dr. Percy
Ndfiez Jauregui, inferno en medi-
cina del Hospital Corgas, can la
Srta. Miriam Cecilia Emiliani Va-
lencia. El es hijo del eminent pe-
diatra panameilo, Dr. Pedro V.
NGilez v de dofia Isabel Jauregui de
Ndfiez, meritoria dama muy active
en todos los circulos de asistencia
social de PanamA. E11a es hija del
conocido hombre de negocios de
PanamA Moisis Emiliani Villamil y
de doita Ida Valencia de Emdiani,

clama muy apreciada en todos los
circulos de la ciudad de PanamA. En
la recepci6n, que tuvo lugar des-
pu6s de la ceremonial religious en
casa de la novia, vimos muchas caras
de la Zona del Canal. Una de ellas
era Gilbert Sollas, ayudante achni-
nistrativo y de enlace en la Direc-
ci6n de Transporte y Terminales del
Canal de Panama. ViInos tambidn
alli al Dr. Rodolfo V. Young, Jefe
de la Clinica de Enfermedades Pul-
monares y Albrgicas, en union del
Dr. Jose A. Fil6s Diaz, subjefe de
esa clinical, del Dr. Gil Stinchez, re-
sidente en patologia del Corps, y
de otros mddicos cuyos nombres
escapan a nuestra memorial.
a a .

Los que recientemente vieron el
autom6vil de la Sra. Kay Wallace,
detenido en la entrada de Quarry

Hei o n ue ten o
bido a problems en el carburador,
ero los eficientes muchachos de la
Division de Transporte a Motor acu-
dieron al 'llamado de la Sra. Wal-
lace, 10 arrancaron y luego 10 repa-
raron como nuevo. Al preguntarle a
la Sra. Wallace sobre el incident,
respondi6 que daba gracias a Dios
de que el Humber no se le hubiera
detenido a la mitad clel Fuente
Ferry Thatcher cuando se dirigia al
a a a
1 d
Noso nt n ntT Marta'trostab
rondando por el Caribe, rumbo a
Panama, la Srta. Marta Conte, veia
en la television los informed que

rTu b br nitorm hia si
"aC6mo esti, Huractin Marta?" La
Srta. Conte es empleada de la Capi-
tania de Puerto de Balboa y actual-
mente ha sido "prestada" al Ramo
de Meteorologia.

Various empleados de la empress del Canal de PanamA
se graduaron en el 61timo Curso Dale Carnegie, en
acto que tuvo lugar en el Sal6n de Baile del Hotel
Washington en la ciudad de Col6n recientemente. En
la foto aparecen de izquierda a derecha, primer fila:
Ruth Leslie, Thelma Ashby, Ivy Anderson, Edith Jones,
Joyce Samuels, Myrtle Gittens, Valentina Seales e Inez
McKenzie, estas dos illtimas, ayudantes graduadas.
Segunda fila: Walter Clarke, Richard Matthews, Dave
Richardson, Cecil Gooding, Roy A. Watson, Al Hyde,

Johnny Johnson, Clement McFarlane, Ronnie Johann.
son, Bill Collins, Ray Wood, Al Rowe, Charles Chase,
Ed Coe, Russ Oberholtzer, Phil Meek, Wilfred Barrow,
quien obtuvo el premio por logros mis altos; Reynold
Stewart, Raquel Lam, ayudante graduada; Bill Colbert'
instructor y detrAs de 1 Dave Beach. Fila de atrais:
Winston Thomas, Capittin Joshun Pyle, del Ej6rcito de
Salvaci6n; John Chandler, Charles Simon, Bobbie Dun-
moodie, Ned Bellamy, Albert Brown, Del Swafford,
Marco Kam y Ted Frankel,

Division de Terminales
Dennis A. Gilbert, Primer Capataz
(Portuario), Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n, a Oficial Encargado de Se-
Edward M. Kennedy, Subjefe In-
geniero de Mantenimiento (Inge-
niero de Distrito), Divisi6n de
Melvin M. Boreman, Entom610go,
Division de Sanidad.
Frank H. Robinson, Subjefe Theni-
co Topognifico, Divisi6n de Inge-
Louis C. Caldwell, R. Bowdoin
Mathews, Andante Contador,
Despacho de Vapores, Contadu-

Thomas E. Mallia, Suboficial Pro-
batorio, Oficina del Director, Di
recei6n de Asuntos Civiles.
Edward L. Brady, T4cnico de To
pograffa, Division de Ingenieria.
Richard A. Hern, Ayudante Conta-

Tlic r, Conta ar Enfermera Ch-
nica, Hospital de Coco Solo.
Virginia E. Barsness, Escrutadora

Juan B. Telesca, Thenico de Topo-
grafia, Divisi6n de Ingenieria.
Diane G. Roscoe, Secretaria, Este-
n6grafa, Divisi6n de Servicros
Jeanne M. Wagner, T4cnico M6di~
co en Radiologia (Diagn6stico),
Hospital Gorgas.
Gerald R. Smith, Proyectista de
Sistema de Computadora Elec-
tr6nica, Secei6n de Levantamien-
to de Datos.
Sim6n Villnlobos F., T&cnico de
Cartograffa, Divisi6n de Ingenie-
Arlington A. Petro, Encargado de
Ventanilla (Cata), Tesoreria.
Richard Mason, Operario de Equipo
de Mantenimiento de Predios'
Divisi6n de Servicios Comunales.


Orador Inaredo
Richard Haase, gerente general
de la Sears para la America Cen-
tral y PanamA, sent el orador invi
tado en la pr6xima reuni6n del Ca
pitulo Istmcilo de la Sociedad para
la Adininistraci6n de Personal.
La reuni6n se celebrani al me-
diodia del 17 de diciembre en el
Sal6n Roosevelt cle la Casa de
Hubspedes Tivoli.

Irene de Veldsquez, Oficinista-Me-
can6grafa (Eston6grafa en Adies-
tramiento) a Oficinista-Mecan6-
grafa, Divisi6n de Operaciones
Expedientes de Personal, Secei6n
Division de Policia
Richard G. Livingston, Auxiliar,
Actividades Recreativas, Divisi6n
de Escuelas, a Policia Raso.
Francis J. Reilly, T4cnico de Con
tabilidad a T6cnico de Ingenie-
Division de Dragado
Sydney O. Daley, Aprendiz de Fo-
gonero (Planta Flotante) a Fogo-
nero (Planta Flatante)-
Ram6n Del Cid S., Aprendiz de Me-
minico Tornero, 49 Afio, a Meeti-

nicoD enicle 0 trnix to).
Norman C. Anderson, Capataz, Su-
crintendente (Planta Generado-
Pa Mectinica) a Subjefe Mechni-
co (Sistemas cle Electricidad),
Ramo de Plantas de Energia
Division de Ingenieria
Armando Sedda, Tdenico de Carto-
grafia a Subjefe T6cnico de Car-
Isaac Bermddez T., Auxiliar de To-
pografia a Operario de Lancha
Motor (Pequeila).
Division de Mantenimiento
Anthony J. Kucikas, Primer Capa-
taz Ebanista a Capataz Ceneral,
Ricardo Chen B., Soldador a Capa-
- taz Soldador
Alfredo D. Low, Aprendiz de Plo-
mero, 49 Aflo, a Plomero.
Ray I. Sealed, Aprendiz de Mecil-
nico Tornero a Mectinico Tor-
Oficina del Director
Elle M. Robertson Ofi ta-E
teni6grafa a Secretariacissten
Hospital Gorgas
Coralia R. Avilbs, Oficinista-Trans-
criptora de Dictifono a Bibliote-
caria de IIistoriales M6dicos.

Stephen I. Hegedus, M&dico Resi-
dente, 29 Ailo, a M4dico Residen-
te, 3er. Ailo.
Division de Medicina Preventiva
Clifford E. Phillips, Oficinista-Me-
can6grafo (Esten6grafo en Adies-
tramiento) a Olicinista-Mecand-
Division de Esclusas
Wilford Holt, Jr., Meezinico Torne-
ro a Operario de Esclusas (Me-
etinico Tornero).
Robert L. Webb, Operario de Es-
clusas (Mecanico Tornero) a Ca-
pataz Operario de Esclusas (Me
minico Tornero).
George Hinds, Ay in OCpaeprat

(Operaci6n de Esclusas).
Luis C. Rios 21 sOrt I

Operario de Esclusas.
Hubert C. Barker, Aprendiz de Pa-
sacables, Clase 1, a Pasacables.
Division Industrial
Claudius Moulton, A udante Me

1 1 deTo requai(NI tico) a Ope-
Division de Servicios
Lyda Lobo L., Oficinista (Mecano-
grafia) a Ayudante de Proyectos
de Urbanizaci6n.
David L. Donaldson, Operario de
Equipo de Mantenimiento de
Predios a Conductor de Camidn.
Benito Rojas, Obrero a Sepulturero.
Division de Almacenes
Alfred R. Evans, Olicinista (Procu-
raci6n) a Oficinista cle Abastos.
Stanley W. Simmons, Eneargado de
Existencias a Oficinista de Abas-
Division de Abastos
Betty J. Ostrander, Especialista en
Movimiento de Mercancias (Oc-
neral) a Especialista on Movi_
miento de Mercancias Secas,
Gilberto A. DaCosta, Subjefe Ofi-
cinista Abacin de Ventas a Sub-
gerente de Departamento (Alma-
Division de Ferrocarril
Marolyn A. Caesar. Oficinista-Me-
can6grafa (Esten6grafa en Adies-
tramiento) a Oficinista-Mecan6-

Villancicos de Navidad resonanin
por las paredes de todas las escue-
las de la Zona del Canal entre el
12 y 23 de diciembre.
De acuerdo con un horario de
concertos de mxisica de Navidad,
dado a la publicidad por la Divil
si6n de Escuelas, el horario anual
cle mtisica festival comenzar:1 cl 12
Cle diciembre en la Escuela Prima
ria de Diablo Heights alas 8:45
a.m. El segundo program sent en
la Escuela Primaria de Curund6 el
Inismo dia alas 9:30 a.m.

mTreel cent ei os esC nd aar
ISenin alas 7:30 p.m. en la Escuela
Secondaria de Balboa, alas 8 p.m.
en la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso
ya la 1:45 p.m. en la Eseue a Prt-
""""" ""'"""" """
El 17 do diciembre hahni un pro
grama de mrisica a in a : su. en
la Escuela Primaria o; tin
canto de villancicos par el Cora '
la Escuela Saundaria de Balboa a
las 7:30; y conciertes alas
10:30 a.m. en la Esmela Printria
de Pedro Miguel ya la lul's p.n"
on la Esmela Prinutria de Parniso.
Los conciertos para la Eseuela
Primaria de Los thus est in senala-
dos para las 9 ani. el peres 18 de
diciembre. Tamblin habni progra-
anas el jueves on la Escuela Prima-

ria de Margarita alas 11 a.m. y en
la Escuela Intermedia de Curundth
alas 7:30 p.m.
Nueve programs estrin senalados
para el 19 de diciembre. Se cele-
branin alas 8:30 a.m. en la Escuela
Primaria de Balboa; alas 9 a.m.
en la Escuela Primaria de Fuerte
Clayton y en la Escuela Primaria de
Howard; alas 10 a.m. en la Escue-
la Primaria de Robbe, Escuela Pri-
maria de Gamboa v Eseuela Prima-
ria de Fuerte Davis: alas 11 a.m.
en la Escuela Primaria de Coco
Solo; alas 8 p.m. en la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Rainhow City: va la
1:30 p.m. en la Eseuela Primaria
de Santa Cruz.
El lunes 22 de diciembre habri
musrea navidefia on la Escuela Pri-
maria de Fuerte Gulick alas 10
my en b Esencla Whnaria de
Cocall alas 10:30 a.m.
El programa de Naviolad terrni-
nani el 23 de diciembre can maisica
alas 10 a.m. en la Escuela Primaria
de Catxin v el concierto anual de
Navidad alas 7:30 p.m. en el audi-
torio de la Escuela Secundaria do
Programas individuales on salo-
nes de clasc tendrain lugar on la
Escuela Primaria de Ane6n del 16
al 23 de dicianbre. La hara y fe-
chas exactas sonin ununciadas a los
padres cle familiar directamente.


15 \ )

Gregorio Toribio Vald6s, alumno de sexto grado de la Escuela de Santa
Cruz, a quien le faltan los brazos, asombr6 a los concurrentes del XH
Campeonato Latinoamericano de Nataci6n celebrado en la Piscina de Rain-
bow City, al llegar en cuarto lugar entre los ocho nadadores que compi-
tieron en la prueba de 50 yards estilo pecho. Toribio, de 14 afios de edad,
se impulse sblo con los pies y es una veleta en el agua. Aqui lo vemos reci-
biendo un trofeo de manos de Frank A. Castles, Superintendente de Es-
cuelas de la Zona del Canal. Adiestrado en los Estados Unidos en el use
de brazos artificiales, Toribio juega tambibn ping pong y balompib*

Unl6f0505 01p ea os se u Ilan , ,

Competence de


Sesuire el 7
La refiida competence de moto-
ciclismo en el Aut6dromo PanamA,
entrant este domingo en la rueda
mais interesante de 1as celebradas
hasta la fecha, cuando Elias Lacayo
exponga su condici6n de punter en
el campeonato contra el zoneita
Cuy Fealey y el campe6n centro-
americano Enrique Chang.
Lacayo subi6 al primer lugar en
la octave rueda del campeanato, ce-
lebrada hace un par de dominos,
aprovechando la ausencia de Fea-
ley, que no pudo competir por 11e-
gar tarde al Aut6dromo.
Lacayo 11eva un leve margin a
Enrique Chang, que se encuentra
en segundo lugar del campeonato,
y al zoneita Fealey, que se coloc6
en el tercer pesto. Este bien po-
dria subir al commando, de ocurrir 10
imprevisible en los events progra-
mados para este domingo.
Otros competidores de buenas po-
sibilidades serin nuevamente Waldo
Robinson, quien encabeza el equi-
po Honda, Bill Weigle en su Velo-
cette 500, Guillermo Mata con su
Honda 125 y Aristides Contreras
con una Zusuki 125.
En los events de 125 ce, O menos
Lacayo tratar(1 de acumular puntos
para mantener su ventaja, debiendo
vencer en su orden a Robinson,
Mata y Contreras. Las competen-
cias se iniciarin despubs del medio-

M* b de la

lem 105 . .
(Viene de la 'gina 1)
Compania de Seguros seg6n
las cubren las disposiciones de
las P61izas Mayores, y para la
consecuci6n, si ast se justifica,
de cambios favorable en las
d. Luchar por extender o li-
beralizar los beneficios segin
las disposiciones de los Planes
Mayors, y
e. 11evar a cabo cualquiera
otra media que est& relacio-
nada con el seguro que fuera
de interns para todos los em-
pleados participants.

pi d s PlanesJ taBene e os,
Seguro tienen ahora un ndmero de
socios que asciende a casi 14.000.
7. Su voto es importance. Vote
por los candidates que han de ser-
virle mejor a usted. Su apuntador
de tempo recolectant y retornar(1
los votos. Sirvase marcar su voto y
devolverlo a sn apuntador de tiem-
po antes del 13 de diciembre pr6xi-


El Gobernador Interino R. S. Hartline (foto superior), entreg6 el Trofeo
del Gobernador al gunador del event especial de 100 yards estilo libre,
Roberto Mayers, de Rainbow City, quien impuso nueva marca de 54 se-
gundos exactos en el XII Campeonato Latinonmericano de Nataci6n cele-
brado en Rainbow City el 22 de noviembre 61timo. Al lado del Goberna-
dor Interino esta Carlos Navarro, de Paraiso, ganador del Trofeo el ailo
pasado, quien en esta ocasi6n finalize segundo, ya la derecha Valencio
Thomas, de Pedro Miguel, quien Ileg6 tercero. En la foto inferior esta la
Sra. Harriet Hartline haciendo entrega del Trofeo del Gobernador a la
ganadora del event especial de 100 yards estilo libre para niiias, Estela
P6rez, de Pedro Miguel, quien forma parte de la Selecei6n Nacional de
PanamA para los XI Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos y del Caribe de
1970. A la izquierda estri Sheryl Smith, de Pedro Miguel, quien Ileg6 en
segundo puesto, yu la derecha Lydia Thomas, tambidn de Pedro Miguel,
quien ocup6 mercer ugar,

Athintico: 27 afios, 11 meses, 2
Edward H. Allen, Subjefe Ingenie-
ro General, Divisi6n de Ingenie-
ria, sector Pacifico: 12 afios, 10
naeses, 14 dias.
Hugh C. Brock, Pasabarcos, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, sector
Athintico: 19 afios, 5 meses, 19
dias. .
Margaret L. Canavaggio, Oficmis-
ta, Reclamos de Carga, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector AtlAntico:
27 aisos, 8 meses, 25 dias.
Jerome B. Charles, Oficinista En-
cargado de Cuentas Corrientes,
Divisi6n de Mantenimiento, sec-
tor Athintico: 55 ailos, 2 meses
3 dias
William H. Clinchard, Jr., Dentis-
ta, Hospital Gorgas, sector Pa
cifico: 12 afios, 1 mes, I dia.
William J. Douglas, Guardafrenos
Division de Ferrocarril, sector
Athintico: 29 afios, 6 meses, 25
Walter M. Hartman, Subjefe Ope-
rario de Caseta de Control, Di-
visi6n de Esclusas, sector Pacifi-
co: 28 ailos, 1 mes, 2 dias.
Everard E. Haynes, Pintor, Divi-

sm ex Man nimi6n ,es sectl7
Kathyleen R. Miller, Especialista
en Tdenicas de Personal, Ramo
cle Empleo y Colocaciones de

1P' cD recei6n de Personal, sector
d co: 25 afios, 9 meses, 13
M fas. B ckaurice Ni el, Jefe de la Di-
isi6x25I lustrial, to Atlain-
Mauro Rodriguez, Operario de
Equipo Pequefio de Manteni-
miento de Predios, Divisi6n de

Sedvicios Comunales, sector Pa-
ci co: 29 ailos, 9 meses, 3 dras.
Albert Smith, Ayudante Meclinico

TornSxe toiD 0:dl6 F rea8
meses, 25 clias.
Frank P. Smith, Estibador, Divi-
si6n de Terminales, sector Athin-
tico: 25 ailos, 2 meses, 24 dias.

, *
El Numismatico

De Cristobal con

Exposicion Anual
El Club Numismittico de Crist6-
bal celebrant su exposici6n anual
numismtitica de Navidad en el ves-
tibulo principal del YMCA de Cris-
t6bal el stibado 13 de diciembre de
9 a.m. a 9 p.m-
El p6blico estel invitado a admi-
rar las interesantes exposiciones de
moneelas y medallas de various pai-
Miembros de cualquier club nu-
mismtitico de Panamti o de la Zona
del Canal pueden participar 11a-
mando a Bob Karrer, Fuerte Culick
2005 oa Edith o Ernie Stiebrith,
Gatdn 169.

Rainbow City . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
un regalo, a nombre de los oferen-
tes, y la Sra. Norma de Willies co-
loc6 un bello ramillete de orqui-
cleas a la Sra. de Andrews. Las pa-
labras de clausura estuvieron a
cargo de Alloric Earle y el Reve-
rendo Moore finalize el acto impar-
tiendo la bendici6n.
Seguidamente, se obeci6 un
Agape a los presents, durante el
cual eclesidsticos, representatives
de la banca y del comercio, 10 mis-
mo que distinguidas personalida-
des y profesores de la Escuela Se-
eundaria de Rainbow City, depar-
tierem por varies horas con el aga-
saja 0.
La coordinaci6n general cle estos
actos estuvo a cargo del Profesor
Hylton R. Nelson, vicepresidente
de la asociaci6n organizadora,
quien cont6 con la colaboraci6n cle
la Sra. Ester de Sobers, president;
cle la Srta. Eloise Carnes, secreta-

'"ei, ""es gima'e"'adesRO e
Eugene Tucker, tesorero; y de la
Sra. Alicia de C6rdoba, Alloric
Earle, Alberto Dogub, Felicito Flo-
res, Profesora Cladys de Maugh y
de la Profesora Eva Tait.
Entre los invitados especiales se
contaban el president del Congre-
so de Consejos Civicos Latinoame-
ricanos, Wilfred Barrow; el presi-
dente del Consejo Civico de Rain-
bow City, Roy A. Watson; el Pro-
fesor Alfredo Cragwell, director de
Ia Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City, y muchas otras personalida-

15 de Diciembre-

Diciembre 5, 1969


Pggina 4


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Ivan F. Lashley, Oficinista de
Abastos, Divisi6n de Almacenes,
sector Athintico: 29 afios, 7 me-
ses, 15 dias.
Fred H. Lee, Oficinista de Distri-
buci6n-Ventanilla de Correos,
Division de Correos, sector Pa-
cifico: 33 affos, 3 meses, 17 dias.
Agapito Lemos P., Estibador, Di-
visi6n de Terminales, sector
Atl{xntico: 6 ailos, 8 meses, 13
John S. Lyons, Almacenero, Divi-
si6n de Almacenes, sector Pa-
cifico: 49 ailos, 9 meses, 20 dias.
Ramel H. Masters, Subjefe Inspec-
tor de Sanidad, Divisi6n de Sa-
nidad, sector Pacifico: 30 ailos,
2 meses, 21 dias'
Kathryn W. McNamee, Enferme-
ra Clinic, Hospital Gorgas, sec-
tor Pacifico: 22 afios, 9 meses'
20 dias.
Marcelino Ortega, Ayndante Ope-

s louscle Eschisas, Di si6n
ailos, 6 meses, 26 clias.
Martin Panezo, Botero, Divisi6n
de Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 9

Fr 1 A -

tico: 6 afios, 8 meses, 14 clias.
Ira N. C. Read, T4cnico de Con-
tabilidacI, Contaduria, sector Pa-
cifico: 28 afios, 18 dias.
Lucas Scott, Operario de Lancha
Motora, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n
sector Pacifico: 30 afios, 2 meses
21 dias
David H. Searle, Jr., Policia Raso,
Divisi6n de Policia, sector Pa.
cifico: 24 afios, 2 meses, 13 dias
Sidney S. Segovia, Encargado de
Abastecimiento de Agua a Bu-
ques en Trainsito, Divisi6n de
Terminales, sector Athintico: 51
alios, 9 meses, 11 dias.
Karm Singh, Estibador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector Pacifico:
23 ailos, 2 meses, 29 dias-
Stanwood O. Speech, Subjefe In-
geniero Mectinico (Sistemas de
Energia), Divisi6n de Electrici-
dad, sector Pacifico: 35 afios, 1
mes, 9 dias.
Braxton W. Treadwell, Teniente
de Policia, Divisi6n de Policia,
sector Pacifico: 29 ailos, 3 meses.
William A. Watson, Capataz Pa-
sacables, Divisi6n de Termina-
les, sector Pacifico: 35 afios, 8
meses, 14 dias.
Edna P. Wills, Oficinista de N6mi-
nas, Ramo de N6minas, sector
Pacifico: 11 ailos, 9 meses, 11
Victor D. Young, Jefe cle Planta
Generadora (Diesel), Divisi6n de
Electricidad, sector Ath'mtico:
23 afios, 6 meses, 21 dias.
Hiram E. Zwicker, Operario de
Esclusa (Meetinico Tornero), Di-
visi6n de Esclusas, sector Paci-
fico: 18 afios, 7 meses, 21 dias.
Bertram Tingling, Pasabarcos, Di-
visi6n de Navegaci6n, sector

unUnje Mabbane na re ani nd:
principal para los que vigilant su
peso. Esto parece tonto, pero hay
que pensar en esto sha visto alguna
vez a un mono gordo?
e a e

Cuando un hombre Ilega al tra-
bajo con el saco roto y sin botones
en su camisa, debe hacer una de
dos cosas: casarse 0 divorciarse.

. l

Enrique Chang, a la derecha, y Guy Fealey, de la Zona del Canal, tratarin
de alcanzar al puntero Elias Lacayo, al continuar el domingo el campeo-
nato de motodeletas on el Aut6dromo PanamA. Chang es el campc6n cen-
troamericano y march en segundo lugar, mientras que Fealey esti
ocupando cl mercer puesto en esta competence.

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