Title: Spillway
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Title: Spillway
Physical Description: 1 v. : ill. ; 28-43 cm.
Language: Spanish
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Balboa Heights C.Z
Publication Date: July 6, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
Language: Spanish and English.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 30, 1957 (experimental issue)-v.1 no.32 (Jan. 25, 1963).
General Note: Official publication of the Panama Canal Company.
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Weekly Publication of the Panama Canal Company
Vol. 1, No. 3 Publicaci6n semanal de la Compaciia del Canal de Panami Friday, July 6, 1962

Training in Lubrication- or "C
.ilip T. Green, Industrial Training Coordinator of the Panama Canal Company, at left,
shows a test tube sample of a lubricant to the seven men who participated in a special
lubrication instruction course which he conducted last month. Standing on the opposite
side of the table, from left to right, are, Jos6 D. Malo I., George Fitzgerald, Roberto C.
Beato, and George Duncan. Seated, left to right, are Rafael Bolivar Ayala, Cecilio Payne, Jr.,
and Rail De Le6n.

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,M" Employees
Five employees of the Panama Depart-
ment of Highways.and Terminals (CAM)
last month completed a 3-week course of
instruction on lubrication given by Philip
Green, Industrial Training Coordinator of
the Canal organization.
Mr. Green, who has given the course a
number of times, developed the idea for
the course and took a leave of absence from
his regular duties with the Canal organiza-
tion in order to provide the instruction in
a concentrated period of time.
Those from CAM who.paiicipated
were Jos6 D. Malo I., Chi0f Engineer of
the Equipment Divisi6n; George Duncan,
Shops Supe viso r CAM in David; Rail
De Le6n, .anhine Shop Supervisor for
CAM in Aguadulce; Cecilio Payne, Jr., and
Rafael Bolivar Ayala, Machine Shop
Supervisors for CAM in Panama City.
The CAM officials were joined in the
course by Roberto C, Beato, a Cuban
refugee and lubrication engineer with Shell
Oil Co. on the Isthmus, and George T.
Fitzgerald, Chief Engineer of the Canal
tug "John F. Wallace," who had been
unable to attend similar earlier courses
because of other assignments.
Carl E. Hall of the Canal's Maintenance
Division participated in the instruction
(See page 8, col. 1)

Philip T. Green, Coordinador de Entrena-
miento ..-ustrial de la Compaiia del
Canal de Panama (a la izquierda) muestra
una probeta conteniendo lubricante, a las
siete personas que participaron en los cAr-
k f iVCat!, sb6I e hieb-awiiew6n e du
dirigi6 el mes pasado. De pie, al otro lado
de la mesa, aparecen de izquierda a dere-
cha: Jose D. Malo I., George Fitzgerald,
Roberto C. Beato y George Duncan. Sen-
tados, de izquierda a derecha estin Rafael
Bolivar Ayala, Cecilio Payne, Jr. y Rauil
De Le6n.



Cinco empleados de la CAM, de Panama,
3 semanas de instrucci6n sobre lubrica-
ci6n, dictado por Philip Green, Coordi-
nador de Entrenamiento Industrial de la
organizaci6n canalera.
El senior Green, quien ha dirigido el
curso varias veces, tom6 una licencia con
el fin de concentrarse mejor en el mismo.
Los empleados de la CAM que partici-.

paron en el curso fueron Jos6 D. Malo I.,
,JSiceriJ Jete ela @ i 6 vifii& ti lweyu4m
George Duncan, Jefe de Talleres de In
CAM en David; Rail De Le6n, Jefe de
Mecinica de la CAM en Aguadulce; Ceci-
lio Payne, Jr., y Rafael Bolivar Ayala,
capataces del taller de Mecanica de la
CAM en la ciudad de Panami.
Roberto.C. Beato, un refugiado cubano,
(VWase p. 3, col. 1)





Now on Sale
sale this weekend throughout the Canal
Zone, with a complete story on the new
Canal Zone Guide Service, the bilingual
"Point of Interest" and "Recreation Site"
signs which have gone up in the Zone, and
the new historical markers now being
erected at selected sites.
Part of the new services described in
the July REVIEW are eight automatic slide
projection machines which are being put
into operation on the Isthmus to tell the
Canal story. The first of the eight machines
was exhibited earlier this week at the
Balboa Heights Administration Building
before being installed at Tocumen Airport.
Another illustrated article in this month's
describes the training being received by
employees of the Panama Canal Company
and contractors working for it.
And not the least of the new develop-
ments in the Canal's information services
is the first issue of THE PANAMA CANAL
REVIEW En Espafiol. The July REVIEW
En Espafiol contains 16 pages and is to
be distributed on a complimentary basis
through numerous locations. In August,
THE REVIEW En Espaiiol will have the
full 24 pages of the parent publication and
will be sold for 5 cents a copy through
Panama Canal outlets.

(Continued from p. 1)
program by providing special instruction
on the lubrication of tractors and similar
pieces of heavy equipment. Kenneth
Thompson of the preventive maintenance
section of the Motor Transportation Divi-
sion also assisted in the discussion dealing
with lubrication and maintenance of
passenger cars and trucks.
All of those participating in the instruc-
tion were conducted on a tour of the Motor
Transportation Division maintenance oper-
ations by Mr. Thompson, who explained
the organization of the work and other
Those participating in the course met
4% hours each day for 15 days, Monday
through Friday, to complete the course.
The instruction started on May 28 and
ended on June 15, when those attending
were presented with participation certifi-
cates by J. Bartley Smith, Electrical Engi-
neer of the Canal organization and Chair-
man of the Industrial Training Committee.
Commenting on his experiences in con-
ducting the special course of instruction,
Mr. Green noted that none of. those par-
ticipating ever were late for the start of
the class at 7:30 a.m. each day, and no
one took time off to observe holidays during
the period. This was considered highly
indicative of the real interest of the

Savings Bond

You May Have

To Pay Duty

Vacationing Canal Zone residents head-
ing for the United States with a foreign
car were reminded this week that they
may have to pay some customs' duty on
the car.
Zonians returning to the United States
may take $100 worth of foreign purchases
into the country without payment of duty.
Each member of the family is entitled to
the same $100 exemption. Thus, a family
of five may take up to $500 worth of pur-
chases in duty-free. The appraised value
of foreign-made automobiles is chargeable
against the exemption.
Duty on foreign-made cars is charged at
8% percent of the 'appraised value. The
appraised value, generally, is approxi-
mately 50-60 percent of the sale value of
the vehicle. Thus, a new foreign-made car
costing $1,600 would have an appraised
value of approximately $800-$900 and duty
on it would be approximately $68 to $76.50.

How Come, Indeed!
A note which is signed, rather pointedly,
"The Original SPILLWAY Staff," in the July
issue of the mimeographed "Spillway"
issued for the past several years by the
Gatun Civic Council asks: "How come . .
the Public Information Office saw fit to
'lift' our name?" referring, of course, to
this publication.
Far be it from us to deny 'lifting" good
editorial ideas, whenever and wherever we
may find them. Editors of the best journals
do likewise and we are no exception. Our
first issue did have a "Recipe of the Week,"
a feature sometimes carried in the Gatun
Spillway. But we deny "lifting" the name
of this publication from the Gatun Civic
Council newssheet.
To paraphrase Genesis (see, we acknowl-
edge "lifting" our editorial approach), "In
the beginning the Panama Canal Informa-
tion Office created THE SPILLWAY and
published it."
The original SPILLWAY was issued in
October 1957. And we understand that the
Gatun Civil Council Spillway made its first
appearance under that name in January
1960, after having previously been called
the Gatun Civic Council News.
Seriously, we believe both publications
can operate under identical names without
detracting from the value of either. In
fact, we believe one complements the
other. We are fully aware of the valuable
service which the Gatun Spillwall has
provided to that community-and only
hope that this SPILLWAY can render as
great a service to the entire Canal Zone

JULY 6, 1962

Program Opens
You will be given an opportunity this
month to buy U.S. Savings Bonds through
payroll deductions. All employees of the
Company/Government are eligible to par-
ticipate in the program, D. J. Paolucci,
Savings Bond Officer, has announced.
Approximately 3,755 Company/Govern-
ment employees presently are enrolled in
the program, investing more than $106,000
per month in bonds which earn 3% percent
interest, compounded semi-annually, when
held to maturity.
Each employee will receive detailed
information about the program and how
to enroll for payroll deduction purchases
of the bonds.

$400 Contributed to

Pan ma Red Cross
1 June fund-raising campaign of L
Crui Roja Panameia, the Panama Rei
Cross organization, was given a hefty boost
when the Canal Zone turned in nearly
$400 for sales of tickets to the premier
showing of "Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone."
The tickets were sold to Canal Zone
residents under the leadership of Mrs.
W. P. Leber, wife of the Lieutenant Gov-
ernor of the Canal Zone. Mrs. Leber is a
member of the Panama Gray Ladies and
volunteered to handle the sale and distribu-
tion of the tickets in the Canal Zone.
Purchasers included Gov. and Mrs. Robert
J. Fleming, Jr.
The premier, which officially opened the
1962 fund-raising campaign of the Panama
Red Cross, was held May 30 in the Central
Theater in Panama City.
In addition to her efforts on behalf of
the Panama Red Cross fund drive, Mrs.
Leber each month accompanies a membe-
of the Panama Red Cross on a visit to t:
residents of Bique, a fishing village ne..
Arraijan, where they distribute clothing,
household supplies, food and other items
donated for the purpose by residents of
the Canal Zone.
The fund-raising campaign will be closed
with a concert in the Bella Vista Salon of
the El Panama Hilton Hotel at 8:30 p.m.,
Sunday, July 8. It will star the German
cellist Ludwig Hoelscher, who will be
accompanied on the piano by Friedrich W.
Schnurr. Tickets for the concert are on sale
at Morrison's on Fourth of July Avenue,
at the FMlix B. Maduro stores on Central
Avenue and Tivoli Avenues, and at the
Panama Cultural Library.
The end of the fund-raising campaign
will not mark the end of the needs of La
Cruz Roja Nacional de PanamA, however.
The organization constantly is in need of
contributions which can be used to relieve
the needs of victims of natural disasters and
poverty. Anyone desiring to contribute for
such purposes can do so by contracting the
office of La Cruz Roja Nacional de Panama
at its office at 11-50 Calle 13, Panama City.




Clois C. Duffie, el genial ingeniero de
refrigeraci6n que ticne la obligaci6n de
mantener las dependencias del Edificio de
Administraci6n, frias como el Polo Norte,
ha resultado ser, por paradoja, un fogoso
escritor. Lo decimos porque acaba de
vender un articulo a una revista norte-
americana de categoria.
"Caramba. .. .Yo no sabia que paga-
ban por eso," fue lo primero que coment6
Duffie cuando vio el cheque que le habian
enviado por el trabajo. "Siempre lo habia
hecho gratis."
El articulo, que es la historic de un viaje
de ida y vuelta a Guatemala realizado por
Duffle en motocicleta, aparecera en la edi-
ci6n de julio de la revista Cycle World
IMundo Motociclista).

(Viene de la p. 1)
ingeniero de lubricaci6n, que trabaja con
la Shell Oil Co., en el Istmo, se uni6 a los
miembros de la CAM en el curso y George
T. Fitzgerald, ingeniero jefe del remol-
cador del Canal, "John F. Wallace," quien
no habia podido tomar ninguno de los
cursos anteriores, form parte tambi6n del
grupo que se entrenaba.
Carl E. Hall, perteneciente a la Divi-
si6n de Mantenimiento del Canal, parti-
cip6 en el program de instrucci6n, dando
classes especiales sobre lubricaci6n de
tractores y equipo pesado. Kenneth
Thompson, de la secci6n de mantenimiento
preventive de la Divisi6n de Transportes,
tambi6n form parte del cuerpo de ins-
'ructores, en lo que respect a la lubrica-
i6n y el mantenimiento de vehiculos de
-pasajeros y camiones.
Todos los participants tuvieron la opor-
tunidad de recorrer las dependencias de la
Division de Transporte y ver los sistemas
de mantenimiento, guiados por el senior
Thompson quien les explic6 la forma en
que esa division trabaja y otras actividades.
Para completar el curso, los participan-
tes recibieron instrucci6n 4% horas diarias,
durante 15 dias, de lunes a viernes. Las
classes comcnzaron el dia 28 de mayo y
terminaron el 15 de junio, cuando los con-
currentes recibieron sus certificados de
participaci6n, de manos de J. Bartley
Smith, Ingeniero Electricista de la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal y Presidente del Comit6
de Entrenamiento Industrial.
Comentando sobre sus experiencias en
la direcci6n de los cursos, el senior Green
hizo notar que ni uno solo de los partici-
pantes lleg6 tarde a las classes que comen-
zaban a las 7:30 de la maiiana todos los
dias. Ninguno de ellos se tom6 tampoco
un solo dia libre durante los cursos, lo cual
indica el alto grado de interns que los
participants mostraron en los cursos.

i Bonos al Alcance de Todos!

Todos los empleados del Gobierno y la
Compailia del Canal de Panami tendrAn
oportunidad, este mes, de comprar bonos

Zoneitas Ayudan

A la Cruz Roia
La campafia de recolecci6n de fondos
para la Cruz Roja Nacional de Panama
recibi6 un magnifico impulse gracias a que
la Zona del Canal contribuy6 con cerca ,
de $400 en concept de la venta de bole-
tos para la exhibici6n de la pelicula "La
Primavera Romana de la Sefiora Stone,"
que fue presentada en un teatro de la ciu-
dad de PanamA, a beneficio de los fondos
de. dicha instituci6n.
Los boletos fueron vendidos a residen-
tes en la Zona del Canal, bajo la direcci6n
de la sefiora del Vice Gobernador W. P.
Leber. La sefiora de Leber se ofreci6 volun-
tariamente a cooperar en la venta y dis-
tribuci6n de los boletos en la Zona del
Canal. Entre los compradores se encon-
traban el senior Gobernador Robert J.
Fleming, Jr: y la sefiora de Fleming.
La exhibici6n de gala, que sirvi6 para
abrir oficialmente la campafia de la Cruz
Roja para 1962, tuvo lugar el dia 30
de mayo.
La sefiora de Leber no -solamente ha
cooperado con la Cruz Roja Nacional en
actividades como la descrita, sino que ha
demostrado tambi6n un gran interns en
las funciones de asistencia social relacio-
nadas con grupos necesitados del Istmo.
Todos los meses forma parte del grupo
que viaja a la poblaci6n de Bique-cerca
de ArraijAn-con el fin de distribuir ropa,
comida y utensilios de cocina, asi como
otros articulos donados para ese prop6sito
por los residents en la Zona.
La campafia de la Cruz Roja Nacional
serA clausurada con un concerto que se
efectuarA en el Hotel El Panama Hilton,
a las 8:30 de la noche el domingo 8 de
julio. El cellista alemAn Ludwig Hoelscher
actuarA esa noche, acompafiado del pia-
nista Friedrich W. Schnurr. Los boletos
para este concerto pueden obtenerse en
Novedades Morrison en la Avenida de 4
de Julio, donde F6lix B. Maduro y en la
Libreria Cultural Panamefia.
Naturalmente que el final de la cam-
pafia official de la Cruz Roja no implica,
bajo ning6n punto de vista, que aquellas
personas que desearan hacerlo, pudieran
enviar a esa organizaci6n cualquier con-
tribuci6n que tuviera en mente. La Cruz
Roja de PanamA ayuda durante todos los
meses del afio a grandes n6cleos nece-
sitados y presta ademAs ayuda oportuna
y eficaz a los ciudadanos que resultan vic-
timas de desastres ocurridos en todo el
territorio national.
Para tales contribuciones, los interesa-
dos solo tienen que acercarse a las oficinas
principles del organismo, frente al campo
de juegos de Santa Rita en PanamA.

de ahorro de los Estados Unidos, mediante
el sistema de descuentos efectuados a
trav6s de las planillas. Tal inform6 el Di-
rector de la Venta de Bonos, senior D. J.
Paolucci, quien serial que todos los em-
pleados son elegibles para esta oportunidad.
Actualmente 3,755 empleados del Go-
bierno y la Compafiia, participan de este
program e invierten mensualmente mas
de $106,000 en bonos que produce 3%/
por ciento de inter6s, que se computan
Cada uno de los empleados del Gobiemo
y de la Compafia recibirA informaci6n
detallada del program y de la forma en
que puede participar en la compra de
bonos, por medio de descuentos en las


El primer n6mero de THE
Espainol, edici6n de cortesia, apa-
recerA el dia 6 y podri adquirir-
se gratis en todos los puestos en
que se vende el REVIEW en in-
gl6s, a partir de este fin de se-
mand, seg6n revel6 hoy la Oficina
de Informaci6n del Canal de
Panama. Apuntamos lo anterior
para conocimiento de todos los
futures lectores de THE REVIEW
En Espaiiol.

eQueR ue primero, la

gallina o el huevo?
La clasica pregunta: "(qu fue primero,
la gallina o el huevo? . ." parecia ser
el 16gico titulo de una aclaraci6n hecha
en este mismo n6mero por la Redacci6n
en Ingles, como consecuencia de una glosa
aparecida en la publicaci6n tocaya de
THE SPILLWAY, que edita mimeografiada
la Junta Civica de Gatdn. Dicha glosa
sefialaba que THE SPILLWAY que pu-
blicamos le habia plagiado el nombre.
El "Spillway" (que en espafiol significa
"vertedero") de Gatin, apareci6 por pri-
mera vez en enero de 1960-despuBs de
haber sido llamado, por much tiempo,
"Noticias de la Junta Civica de Gajin"-y
tal como lo explican los colegas en ingl6s,
el original THE SPILLWAY que precedi6
al que ustedes leen en estos moments,
apareci6 por primera vez, en forma expe-
rimental, en octubre de 1957. Falta de
fondos decret6 su silencio.
Como se ve, a pesar de que THE SPILL-
WAY toma con much gusto algunas ideas
editoriales de su colega y tocayo de Gatin,
no le ha copiado en verdad, el nombre. Por
el contrario, ha sido una feliz coincidencia
lo ocurrido y por supuesto, ambas publi-
caciones seguirin apareciendo con el
mismo nombre y cooperando entire si-como
lo han hecho siempre-para el beneficio
de la comunidad.


Concert Series Underway


El segundo, de una series de cinco con-
ciertos patrocinados por el Instituto Pana-
meiio de Arte y la Asociaci6n de Conciertos
de la Ciudad de Panami, tendra lugar el
17 de julio en el Hotel El Panama Hilton.
El primero de la series se efectu6 el 26 de
junio con la presentaci6n del pianist Jaime
R. Ingram, constituyendo un rotundo 6xito.
El program del 17 de junior tendra como
figure central a Silvia Moscovitz, a quien
acompafiarA el professor Hans Janowitz.
Tambi6n se han programado las siguien-
tes presentaciones: el 14 de agosto, recital
de piano por Jacques Klein en el Teatro
Bella Vista; el 4 de septiembre, recital de
violin y piano por Alfredo de Saint Malo y'
Jaime R. Ingram, en el Teatro Bella Vista;
y el 16 de octubre se presentarA en el
Panama Hilton, el Cuarteto de Cuerdas
de BogotA.
Los boletos para estos events artisticos,
se venden en el JWB de Balboa y en el
Almac6n Morrison, de la Avenida 4 de
Julio, a $1.50 cada uno.

Claimant Found For

Legion Medal
A notice in the May 4 issue of THE
Morgan, Adjutant of Elbert S. Waid Post,
American Legion, France Field, was seek-
ing information concerning onetime Canal
Pilot M. W. Baisieux, has resulted in word
that Captain Baisieux is deceased.
His widow, Mrs. Mae J. Baisieux, sur-
vives, however. Mr. Morgan now is pre-
paring to forward to her an American
Legion Distinguished Service Medal
awarded to her husband by the Cristobal
American Legion Post in 1933 and found
in New York City last year. Mrs. Baisieux
lives in Albuquerque, N. Mex.

The second in a series of five concerts
sponsored by the Panamanian Institute of
Art and the Concert Association of Panama
City will be held July 17 in the Panama
Hilton Hotel. The first in the series was
on June 26.
The July 17 program will feature a vocal
recital by Sylvia Moscovitz, accompanied
by Hans Janowitz.
Other programs in the series will be:
August 14, piano recital by'Jacques Klein
in the Bella Vista Theater; September 4,
violin and piano recital by Alfredo de
Saint Malo and Jaime R. Ingram, in the
Bella Vista Theater; and October 16, Chord
Quartet of Bogota in the Panama Hilton.
Tickets for the concerts, at $1.50 each,
are on sale at the JWB in Balboa and at
Morrison's on Fourth of July Avenue.

Miss Judy Sigl, daughter of Mrs. Kay
Wallace, Accounting Division, is featured
in a cover photograph on.an information
pamphlet issued by the Detroit Visiting
Nurse Association, of which she is an
employee. Miss Sigl, a 1957 graduate of
Balboa High School, was graduated from
Mercy College, Detroit, a year ago, with
a bachelor of science degree in public
health. She is continuing her studies toward
a riaster's degree. . Philip L. Dade,

Instruction booklets and application
forms now are available from the Admin-
istrative Branch, in Room 244 of the
Panama Canal Company Administration
Building, Balboa Heights, for Citizens
Radio Service in the Canal Zone..





Chief of the Canal Zone Civil Defense
Unit, has an article in the latest issue of
Ethnos, publication of the Ethnographical
Museum of Sweden, on the origin of cer-
tain pieces of pre-Colombian pottery found
on the Isthmus. . Canal Pilot Vernon
Whitehead, active in Sea Scout activities
here, was an accomplished camper and
quite active in YMCA programs in Salem,
Mass., during his youth, according to an
item in the Salem News. . Dudley R.
Smolen, graduate of Tulane University, has
succeeded Stephen H. Lyons as IBM rep-
resentative in the Canal Zone. Mr. Lyons
has been transferred to Tallahassee, Fla.
S. Peter Richard, son of Mrs. Eunice
Richard, Panama Canal Information Office,
has joined the crew of the "Vera," Norwe-
gian banana boat operating between New
Orleans and Guayaquil, for the summer
vacation. He will return to studies at
Balboa High School as a senior this fall.

Puntos de lnteres del Canal Reciben Original Promoci6n. Engineer to Author

Un novedoso sistema de promoci6n de
los atractivos del Canal de PanamA, ha
sido introducido como parte de las nuevas
facilidades que se estAn brindando al pi-
blico en general para que conozca de cerca
la gran obra interoceanica.
Para tal efecto la Compaiiia del Canal
de Panama encarg6 a los Estados Unidos.
ocho de los modernos aparatos llamados
"Selectrovisi6n" mediante los cuales se
present al public una breve revista de
los centros de interns de la Zona.
El "Selectrovisi6n," hermano menor del
cinemat6grafo y la television, es una com-
binaci6n de "slides" proyectados en una
pantalla en perfect sincronizaci6n con una
cinta magnetof6nica que permit la des-
cripci6n de las vistas en colors que
aparecen en la pantalla.
El primer aparato de "Selectrovisi6n"
instalado en el Istmo, se encuentra desde

principios. de la present semana en el
Aeropuerto de Tocuimen y present un
documental narrado en espafiol e ingl6s,
que muestra tanto los centros de interns
accesibles, con o sin guias, como las ven-
tajas que proporciona el Canal de PanamA
a los Estados Unidos y al mundo entero.
La duraci6n de la revista es de 7 minutes,
mis o menos, en cada idioma.
MAquinas similares serAn instaladas en
la Universidad de Panama, los capitulos
istmefios de la Asociaci6n Panamefio-
Norteamericana y en otros sitios similares.
La forma prActica, modern y atractiva
en que se ofrece el tema de cada docu-
mental, represent un medio director de
interesar al piblico en la campaiia que
se realize actualmente para incrementar
las visits de grupos locales y extranjeros
a las dependencias accesibles del Canal.

Clois C. Duffle, the genial refrigeration
engineer who keeps an eye on the air con-
ditioning system in the Balboa Heights
Administration Building, has broken into
print. That is, he has sold an article to a
"Gee, I didn't know they paid for that
stuff," Duffie commented, as he looked at
the check. "I've always done it for nothing
The a icle,/on Duffie's motorcycling
adventures\ oa trip from Panama to Gua-
temala and back, is to be published in the
July issue of Cycle World.
A man of diverse talents and interests,
Mr. Duffie serves as president of the Canal
Zone Chapter of the Refrigeration Service
Engineers' Society, President of the Canal
Zone Chapter of the World Wide Cycle
Club, and flagbearer in the Shrine Patrol
Color Guard.

JULY 6, 1962


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