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Vol. II, No. 29 Quarry Heights, Republic of Panama Aug. 18, 1989
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U.S. militia
QUARRY HEIGHTS (US
SOUTHCOM PAO) - The U.S.
Southern Command Thursday
conducted joint-service contingency
readiness exercise designed to test the
U.S. forces ability to respond swiftly
and decisively in defense of the
Panama Canal and protection of
U.S. lives and property.
To test their quickness and
efficiency, U.S. forces were required
to secure three important military


FLAG RAISING - A Military
Policeman at the U.S. Southern
Command headquarters, Quarry
Heights, raises the Panamanian
flag. U.S. forces have raised and
lowered the Panamanian national
emblem since Saturday, after
Panama Defense Forces
personnel failed to appear to
perform that treaty-mandated
task. According to Joint
Committee Arrangement 5b-3,
dated Sept. 28, 1979, the flags of
the Republic of Panama and the
U.S. shall be raised and lowered
correspondingly by members of
the forces of each respective
nation at the agreed Military
Areas of Coordination. The
Panamanian flag occupies the
position of honor in the areas
made available to the U.S.
pursuant to the Panama Canal
Treaty and related agreements.
(U.S. Army photo by Cesar N.
Lopez)


Bush hints
WASHINGTON (UPI) -
President Bush hinted the United
States may try to apprehend
Panamanian military leader Gen.
Manuel Antonio Noriega and bring
him to the United States to face drug
trafficking charges.
Asked at a news conference
Tuesday whether the United States
would be willing to kidnap the
Panamanian strongman, Bush
deliberately left open the possibility,
citing the case of Fawaz Yunis, a
Lebanese nabbed by U.S. officials in
a 1987 sting operation in the
Mediterranean and convicted in
Washington earlier this year of
hijacking a Royal Jordanian airliner.
"We have an indictment out
against General Noriega for drug
trafficking. I'm told that it's a good
indictment - that it's an in-depth
indictment," Bush said.
"I'm not saying what I would do or
wouldn't do, but there was a case
where a man - was apprehended


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forces stage readiness exercise
i Panama. In the Pacific area, Additional Army troops provided National Guard members from the
d AFB, Fort Kobbe and U.S. security for U.S. Army and U.S. 156th Tactical Fighter Group loaded
Station Panama Canal Navy housing areas in Fort Amador, live general purpose bombs on their
an) were secured, along with after air assaulting onto the golf A-7D Corsair aircraft. Throughout
ayton, Corozal, and Albrook course and arriving on the shores via the exercise, security forces at
In the Atlantic community, Landing Craft Mechanized. Howard and Albrook maintained an
avis and Fort Sherman were Also as part of the exercise, U.S. increased alert status.
ecured, along with U.S. Marine forces supported by light The U.S. Navy Special Boat Unit
rn Command headquarters, armored vehicles secured the western 26, Patrol Boats, provided naval
Heights, and the Gorgas U.S. and northern perimeters of Howard security in support of the exercise.
Community Hospital. AFB. U.S. Army infantry units from the
exercise, which began at 8 a.m. In the Atlantic area, Task Force 5th Battalion, 87th Infantry, 1st
ay when unit alert procedures Atlantic conducted security missions Battalion, 508th Infantry (Airborne),
iplemented, and terminated at near Coco Solo and Fort Sherman, 1st Battalion, 61st Infantry, 5th
, was hailed a success by as well as mounted and dismounted Infantry Division (Mechanized) and
rating commanders. patrols. the 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry, 7th
Army troops provided The U.S. Air Force's 24th Infantry Division, participated in the
y for the Fort Clayton and Composite Wing generated OA-37 exercise.
lu areas and secured Albrook Dragonfly aircraft, used for air strike UH-60 Blackhawk and AH-1
Gorgas Army Community control, in record time. Cobra helicopters provided air
al, and surrounding areas. Simultaneously, Coronet Cove Air support to the readiness exercise.


Opposition protests T
PANAMA CITY, Panama takeover but announced Tuesday
(Reuter) - Panamanian opposition that it was suspending radio and
leaders protested Wednesday against television news programs while they
the government's seizure of an were restructured. Network sources
independent television and radio said senior news staffers were being
network and said they would take up replaced but no official spokesman
the issue with the head of the was immediately available for
Organization of American States. comment.
The government announced Opposition vice presidential
Monday that it was appointing an stu
administrator and confiscating the RP students stag
property and bank accounts of the
Panamanian Broadcasting Corpora- PANAMA CITY, Panama (AP)
tion, accusing it of owing $5 million - About 100 students blocked a
dollars in taxes. street and hurled rocks and sticks at
The network is one of the few news police Wednesday to protest the
outlets in Panama which devote closing of three high schools where
much coverage to the opposition. pupils demonstrated
Government, military and against Gen. Manuel Antonio
opposition representatives spent Noriega's government.
several hours Wednesday discussing No injuries were reported.
the seizure during OAS-sponsored Witnesses said they saw armed men
talks aimed at resolving the political dressed in civilian clothes detain one
crisis caused by the government's student during the two-hour clash on
annulment of general elections. a street between the University of


"We consider that the seizure of
the network and the replacement of
its news chiefs is an, enormous
aggravation of the situation in
Panama," opposition presidential
candidate Guillermo Endara told a
news conference.
The network has continued
operating since the government


Panama and the Arts and Trades
College (Trans-Isthmian Highway).
Police fired tear gas to try to break
up the protest. At least twice, the
students, from 13 to 16 years old,
picked up unexploded canisters and
tossed them back at police.
A torrential rain ended the
demonstration.


at kidnapping Noriega
and brought to justice and I have an presidential election in Panama early
obligation to try to bring people to this year was riddled with fraud.
justice," the president said. "I reiterate that our argument is
But Bush, who said he was "not not with the Panamanian Defense
holding my breath on (Noriega's) Forces, it is with Mr. Noriega
voluntary departure" from Panama, himself," Bush said, renewing an
stressed there were constraints on appeal to the Panamanian military to
how far he would go to prosecute the repudiate Noriega.
general. "If he were to go out and - you
"There's always limits. There's had the will of the people recognized,
always limits in matters of this nature we would instantly have better
and the limits as far as I'm concerned relations with Panama," said Bush,
are the lives, first, of Americans, and who has maintained anti-Noriega
clearly innocent life," Bush said, economic sanctions imposed by
referring to casualties that might President Reagan in 1988. "It would
result from a military operation, be good for our country and certainly
"You've got to consider those it would improve life for the
things when you go about whatever it Panamanians."
is, hostages, or try to bring Mr. The 75th anniversary of the first
Noriega to justice," he said. ship to pass through the Panama
Reflecting the confusion that Canal was marked Tuesday and
exists in Panama, Bush stressed it Noriega -indicted by two federal
was not clear what would happen in grand juries in Florida in February
the Central American nation after 1988 - last Saturday celebrated his
Sept. 1, which is the scheduled start sixth year in power as commander of
of the new presidential term. The the defense forces.


Takeover
candidate Ricardo Arias Calderon
said the seizure "was the culmination
of a series of acts which have
prevented the network from
transmitting freely." He added that
the move was aimed at tightening
government control over the news
media and had nothing to do with
back taxes.

e another protest
Students said they blocked Bolivar
Avenue to protest the indefinite
closing of two high schools in
Chiriqui, in the western part of the
country, and one in Colon, 50 miles
north of Panama City, after anti-
government demonstrations last
week.
The Education Ministry has
warned that it will close any school
where there are disturbances in the
weeks before the scheduled change of
government Sept. 1.
One student died and several
others were injured at the university
Aug. 3 when police fired birdshot to
break up a demonstration.

Pedestrians,

taxis to use

NCO club gate
FORT CLAYTON (USARSO
PAO) - Beginning Monday,
pedestrians will have to enter Fort
Clayton through the Gaillard
Highway gate located near the
NCO Club.
In addition, taxis and local
Panamanian and military shuttle
bus users must also use this
entrance.
According to SGM Howard P.
Schetrompf, the community
operations agency sergeant major,
this will reduce traffic congestion
around Fort Clayton's main gate.
Anyone who needs to be signed
on post must now report to this
gate. The same procedures
previously used at the main gate
will be followed.
Military shuttle buses will
continue their normal route on
post which will now include
stopping at the NCO Club gate to
pick up passengers.
Military police will man the gate
around the clock.
















Pacific mayors visit Atlantic community


story and photo
by PFC Megra D. Johnson
FORT DAVIS (USARSO PAO)
- In an effort to improve the
mayoral programs in Panama,
several of the mayors from the
Pacific community visited the
Atlantic community Friday.
Nine of the 23 mayors from the
Pacific attended a tour of the


Atlantic.
For some it was the first time
they had seen this side of the isthmus.
The visit was an effort to foster
better communication between the
two sides. According to Elba
Guardia, installation volunteer
coordinator, both sides have
information and ideas that would be
beneficial for the other. Guardia


organized the exchange when she saw
there was a desire for the mayors to
learn what made each community
work.
The mayors from the Pacific
accompanied by Lt. Col. Robert
Henry, garrison commander,
Margaret Boltz, volunteer manager
for the Atlantic, and Jan Echavarry,
Fort Davis mayor, visited the guest
house, the aquativity center, the
commissary and post exchange.
After having lunch at the Caoba
Cafe at Fort Davis Community Club
the mayors went to Sundial
Recreation Center and the officer's
club at Fort Sherman.
Alton Zeigler, mayor for Cocoli,
said this visit "is the initiation for a
problem-solving mission." He hopes
the mayors from both communities
will soon be able to sit down and
solve mutual problems. This visit was
the first step in that direction.
Though the mayors had little
chance to share a great deal of
information, one thing was
noticeable. The Pacific mayors were
impressed with what they saw in the
Atlantic. About the community itself
and the program, Pat Clark, mayor
for the 800 area at Fort Clayton, said
she was given the royal treatment. "I
felt like queen for a day," Clark said.


Clark said the Atlantic "has a close
knit community that would be
possible on both sides of the isthmus
if the two communities were to work
together."
According to Lori Martin, mayor
for Curundu, the reason why the
mayoral program is so successful in
the Atlantic is because mayors have
access and support from chain of
command. "Henry has an open door
policy the Pacific mayors are most
impressed with." Echoing this
sentiment Clark said "the Atlantic
mayors have direct access to Henry
which is important if the mayoral
program is to work."
The exchange was not one sided
however. The Pacific mayors deal
with problems on a different level
than the Atlantic mayors. The Pacific
mayors feel they could be
instrumental in helping Atlantic
mayors help their community deal
with a mass relocation. This is a
situation the Pacific mayors handled
with care and concern the Atlantic
community hasn't felt in great
numbers.
If the visit has accomplished
anything at least it has opened the
doors of communication to allow
beneficial ideas to flow freely to and
from both sides of the isthmus.


Summerhire givesstudentsknowledge, experience


by Maria E. Len-Rios

FORT CLAYTON (USARSO
PAO) - This summer you may have
noticed numerous young people
working at Army offices or standing
in line at the bank on payday. Well,
the summer is drawing to a close and
for many summer hires it means
going back to school.
Approximately 398 students were
hired this summer through the
Civilian Personnel Office to fill jobs
ranging from manual labor to clerical
work. To qualify for a position, they
had to be full-time students, at least
16-years-old, U.S. citizens and
dependents of military or civilian
working in Panama. The program is
usually sponsored each year, but was
inactive last year because of lack of
government funding.
The summer hire program is
implemented, not to aid the offices,
but to help students gain knowledge
and experience.
"The summer hire program is for
the student," said Donna Blaisdell,
chief of recruitment and placement.
"It's good work experience and
shows the students how life is in the
regular work force. Through the
good example and guidance of their
supervisors, hopefully they have
learned something they can apply in
the future."
Some student hires worked to earn
college money and to learn how to
cope in the real world.
Jo Carlisle worked as a recreation
assistant at the Fort Clayton Youth
Sports Office. "The summer hire


program is a wonderful opportunity
for young people to expand their
capabilities and to learn what it takes
to live in the real world," Carlisle
said.
Carlisle worked with the youth
soccer program, Recreation Fest '89,
and the father-son golf tournament.
She also helped arrange softball
games and a turtle race. "My job was
a real challenge," Carlisle said. "It
could get stressful because of the
amount of work and the hours. I
sometimes had to work on
weekends."
Now that her job is over, Carlisle
will attend Penn State University, in
McKeesport, Pa., to study medicine.
For some students, the program
helped them choose a career field.
"Working at the Information
Center helped me learn more about
computers and to decide my major in
college. It has been a good
experience," said Nick Threat.
Threat worked at the Directorate
of Information Management Center
as an information specialist. He
answered questions dealing with
equipment repair and computer
software. If the questions were
unsolvable over the phone, he went
to the computer and fixed it. He also
programed new computers.
Threat will be pursuing a degree in
computer science at the extension of
Florida State University in Panama.
For some student hires, working the
summer meant not only learning new
skills but making new friends.
"The 1109th is my family," said


Michelle Montgomery, "I think the
most important thing teens can do is
develop a friendship and working
relationship with those in the office."
Montgomery worked as a
secretarial assistant with the Record
Management Office, 1109th U.S.
Army Signal Brigade, Corozal. She
worked with computers and
communications equipment.
"I have learned that communica-
tion is one key element to working
well with others," Montgomery
added.


Montgomery will attend college in
San Fransisco studying for a
communications /broadcasting
degree.
The student hire program has
benefited many of the student
employees and perhaps their
supervisors have learned from the
students as well. "It was great to have
a young person in the office," said
Kathryn Wilson, Montgomery's
supervisor. "Michelle helped us with
our backlog, she was fun and will go
far with her great personality."


Military get break in civil court


FORT CLAYTON (USARSO
PAO) - The Soldiers' and Sailors'
Civil Relief Act was enacted by
Congress in 1940 to give service
members stationed overseas a way to
delay judicial actions until they were
able to appear in court. The
following are three of the most
commonly asked questions about the
SSCRA:
Q. Isn't it true that under the
SSCRA, I can automatically
postpone the payment of my debts?
A. The law does not allow service
members to postpone payments of
debts.
Q. Isn't it true that I can postpone
a case involving criminal charges
against me under the SSCRA?
A. No, it only applies to civil
proceedings.
Q. Isn't it also true that under the
SSCRA, I can successfully request a
continuance or a postponement of a


judicial proceeding against me
because I am overseas?
A. Yes, but a postponement of
judicial proceedings is not automatic
and is granted only if the service
members' ability to appear is
materially affected by military
service. It must be shown to the court
that military duties prevent
appearing in court on the date set. In
addition to this requirement, judges
typically require the service member
to exercise "due diligence" to attend
the proceedings. This means the
service member is generally required
to show he has attempted to obtain
leave.
If you are an active duty service
member who has received notice of
civil lawsuit and believe your military
service materially affects your ability
to appear in court on the date
specified, SSCRA may help you.
Contact your local legal assistance
office for advice.


Commander-in-Chief
Director, Public Affai
Executive Editor/NC
Managing Editor ...


.............. Gen. Fred F. Woerner Assistant NCOIC ................ SFC Richard A. Czizik
irs .......... Col. Ronald T. Sconyers Editorial Staff ...................... SSgt. Greg Markley
OIC .......... SMSgt. Harold J. Lee Sgt. Monique Chere
........................ Colin Hale Spec. Anthony Craft
AIC Randy Lawson
Composing Room .................... Rosemary Chong

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This authorized unofficial command information publication
is for U.S. Armed Forces overseas. The Tropic Times is
published in conjunction with the Armed Forces Information
Program of the Department of Defense, under the supervision of
the director of Public Affairs, U.S. Southern Command.
Contents of the Tropic Times are not necessarily the official view
of the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense or the U.S.
Southern Command. The address is: APO Miami, 34002,
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Aug. 18, 1989 J



1,500 Peruvians get Army health care


story and photos
by Spec. A. Scott Lawrence
LAMBAYEQUE, Peru
(USARSO PAO)- A U.S. Army
medical team recently provided
health care for approximately 1,500
Peruvians during an eight day
medical readiness training exercise
conducted by 3/7th Special Forces
Group from Fort Davis.
Working in dimly lit classrooms,
soldiers from the 3/7th, 142nd
Medical Battalion, Fort Clayton,
and one soldier from Rohee Dental
Clinic, Fort Bragg, N.C., cooperated
with Peruvian counterparts in
Fuerzas Unidas '89. The soldiers
provided medical, dental and
veterinary aid to four Peruvian
towns.
"During this civic action project
we gave quality, one-on-one
attention to people who really needed
it," said CWO2 Erick Echavarry, a
3/7th physician's assistant.
Echavarry coordinated with the
Peruvian government as to which
towns received medical care. "They
selected the sites," he said. "The point
I made was the need for developing
towns; small enough so we could
treat everyone."
According to Echavarry the most
important thing in a MEDRETE is
to care for all the people. "The towns
we visited were good size and we
offered complete medical, dental and
veterinary care," said Echavarry,
whose team averaged 187 patients
and 125 animals a day.
The medical team treated
everything from diarrhea to
respiratory infections. However,
infectious parasites were the biggest
problem according to Capt.
Raymond Capps, a 3/7th battalion
surgeon.


Ch .e tPrui




CW02 Erick Echavarry hands out health care items to Peruvian youngsters


during the MEDRETE's visit.
"We had a good system," he said.
"As soon as people registered they
were given a dewormer. It's
unfortunate, but most of the people
we treated for parasites will be
reinfected. Hopefully this exercise
will open the door for the future, but
these people need to practice
preventive medicine," Capps added.
To instruct the Peruvians on
preventive medicine, video tapes
were played at the sites. "The videos
are in cartoon form," Capps said.
"They explained to the Peruvians
how to stay healthy through personal
hygiene and sanitation."
The dental team was also
concernedwith preventive medicine.
"We handed out free toothbrushes
and showed the people how to use
them," said Sgt. Randy Kline, a
142nd preventive dentistry specialist.
Kline worked alongside Lt. Col.
James M. Elliott, a Fort Bragg dental
clinic chief. "It was quite an eye-
opener," said Elliott, who was on his
first MEDRETE. "We saw people
with total dental neglect and who had


never had any type of care in their
life."
The most common dental
treatment was pulling teeth, and
according to Kline, "some things
never change, as everyone seemed to
fear the dentist."
Lt. Col. Alfredo Isla, a Peruvian
counterpart was also on the dental
team. While Isla and Elliott
alternated patients to divide the
extraction work, " Kline screened
patients and administered
anesthetics. The team screened 805
patients and extracted 335 teeth
during the field exercise.
"Isla and Elliott both had great
hands," Kline said. "Isla is the best
counterpart I've worked with, and
this is my eighth MEDRETE," he
added.
Another Peruvian worked with
veterinarian Capt. John R. Taber,
commander of the 216th Medical
Detachment, Fort Clayton.
Peruvian Capt. Mario D. Mesones
and Taber treated 1,008 animals with
anti-parasitic medication and a
rabies shot, which is good for three
years.
I imr maramm


"At first Mesones just observed,"
Taber commented. "He waited until
he was familiar with our medications
and techniques. Then he became a
great asset."
Two additional Peruvian doctors
worked with the medical team,
however, they did not work beside
American doctors.
"We split the doctors for crowd
control," Echavarry explained. "We
didn't want one large mass of people
waiting to see the doctors."
Numerous other Peruvian nurses,
pharmacists and soldiers assisted in
the Fuerzas Unidas exercise.
In addition to providing care for
the Peruvians, the MEDRETE
allowed special forces medics
recertification opportunities. Every
two years SF medics must be
recertified in veterinary medicine,
dentistry, lab, trauma and other
medical skills.
"One of the biggest problems we
have as a forward deployed unit is
getting our medics certified," said
SFC Jorge O. Rodriguez, a 3/7th
medic.
A medic is certified when he
acquires a set amount of points,
which he accumulates by performing
certain tasks correctly in the presence
of a doctor or physician's assistant.
During the Fuerzas Unidas '89
MEDRETE, medics had the
opportunity to recertify in dental,
veterinary and medical treatment
categories. "My only regret is that we
couldn't bring more SF medics,"
Rodriguez said. "Some excellent
training took place."
After soldiers packed up the last
site, Echavarry said it was the best
MEDRETE he had been on. "We
met our goals because the people
were professionals, and they were the
key to the success of the
MEDRETE," he added.


Carmen Zieniga Rios, a Peruvian nurse, gives a deworming solution to a
young Peruvian native.


.q7 .' .c-f , . ^ .,. . . -


Capt. JohnR. Taber and vet team wrestle with a cow prior to giving the rabies
vaccination.


Lt. Col. James M. Elliott and his Peruvian counterpart treat a dental patient
during the recent Fuerzas Unidas MEDRETE '89 -- Peru.










4 Tropic Times
Aug. 18, 1989


'Jumping A ambassadors' train future jumpmasters


by SFC Marshall B. Wilkins

FORT DAVIS (USARSO PAO)
- An airborne operation is an
excellent method of inserting soldiers
into a hostile area to conduct a
combat or rescue mission.
Army airborne, ranger, and special
forces units frequently perform
airborne operations separately, and
combined with Field Training
Exercises to fine tune soldiers skills in
the art of parachuting.
Army parachutists are required to
go thru a mock drill on the ground
before they execute the actual jump.
This drill includes boarding the
aircraft, checking each jumper's
equipment, hooking up static lines
and exiting the aircraft. The mock
drill helps soldiers maintain the tight
body position they must be in when
they exit an aircraft.
Cliche
Like the old cliche, "practice
makes perfect," officers, NCOs and
their subordinates strive for
perfection in every phase of an
airborne operation.
These men realize any mistake could
affect the mission, cause serious
injury, or death.
But the paratroopers aren't the
only ones involved in a successful
airborne operation. A parachute
drop gives pilots practice to become
adept at skillfully maneuvering their
aircraft over the drop zone at just
the right speed and altitude for the
jumpers to exit properly.
Safety is of the utmost importance
to accomplish a successful mission.
Jumpmasters are charged with the
responsibility of ensuring that an
airborne operation is performed
safely and successfully.
More than 60 paratroopers from
the 1st Battalion (Airborne), 508th
Infantry, 3/7 Special Forces Group
and other units attended the
Jumpmaster's Course taught by 3/7
SFG soldiers Aug. 4-17.
Instructors
The instructors of the two week
course are members of the group's
command parachute team, also
known as the "Jumping Ambas-
sadors." They perform free fall
demonstrations on both sides of the
isthmus here, and in other countries


in Central and South America.
Ground week at Fort Davis, was
the first week of the course. During
this week some of the subjects the
students received instruction in
included: the duties and
responsibilities of a jumpmaster;
characteristics of the main and
reserve parachutes, pre-jump
training, jump commands while in
the aircraft, clearing the door, and
putting the jumper out the door.
They also learned the duties of
other jobs that go along with being a
jumpmaster such as Drop Zone
Safety Officer (DZSO), Departure
Airfield Control Officer (DACO),
and the Safety. The DZSO's concern
is safe operation of the drop zone.
The DACO makes sure personnel are
safely loaded onto the aircraft. He
also must inform the jumpmaster of
any changes in times, aircraft, or
weather. The Safety assists the
jumpmaster.
The last part of ground week is the


Jumpmaster Personal Inspection
(JMPI). In JMPI the future
jumpmasters learn the method and
sequence they must use to inspect a
jumper and identify any deficiencies
on the main parachute, reserve
parachute, rucksack and weapon
before he boards the aircraft. "JMPI
is one of the first barricades. If a
student fails JMPI after the re-test he
fails the course," said SFC Carlos
Davis, JMPI instructor.
Written test
The students must also pass a 100
question written test which has
questions on every subject that was
covered in the first week. "Any
student that fails the written test or
JMPI gets a second chance to pass
the test he failed, if he fails again he's
out of the course," said instructor
SFC Steven Vorse.
"Some students have problems
with JMPI because they know
they're under the clock and they get

"A"


Sgt. Davia Mtanarsn, company A, 1st an., 3vUan Injantry,cnecKs a jumper s
equipment during jumpmaster inspection testing at Fort Davis. (U.S. Army
photo by SFC Marshall B. Wilkins)


nervous. They get out of the sequence
they've been taught to follow when
inspecting a jumper," he said.
"Every deficiency the jumper had
on the test, we had seen before in
practice. I concentrated on doing the
inspection in the proper sequence
instead of worrying about the time. I
was able to catch all of the
deficiencies," said Sgt. Kent Long a
team leader. "This course increases
your knowledge and safety in
airborne operations."
Those paratroopers that passed
the written test and JMPI went on to
the second week of the course, Jump
Week. During the second week they
had to participate in two airborne
operations to complete the course.
Each student would be a jumper on
one of the jumps and a jumpmaster
on the other jump.
Reasons
The soldiers had different reasons
for attending the course. "As a
jumpmaster I'll feel more in control
of the operation. Now I qualify for
senior jump wings and I only need a
few more jumps to get my master
wings," said Long who plans to take
the special forces qualification test.
SSgt. Robert Estes, HHC, 1-
508th, smiled broadly after passing
JMPI and said,"I feel like I had 1,000
pounds of weight lifted off my
shoulders. I'm a section leader now
and when I was a private I had a lot of
respect for jumpmasters. Troops
have more respect for and confidence
in their leaders if the leaders are
jumpmaster qualified."
Benefits
With the training they received
from the "Jumping Ambassadors"
many 508th paratroopers will be
jumpmasters on aircraft taking off
from Howard Air Force Base on an
airborne operation to drop
paratroopers on Venado Drop Zone
so they can accomplish their mission.
The 508th benefits from the course
because it now has more qualified
jumpmasters; the soldiers have taken
one more step in career progression,
and the Army benefits because when
they're re-assigned to the 82nd
Airborne Division or another
airborne unit, they'll take their
jumpmaster skill and capabilities
with them.


The Provost Marshal's Corner


Hello crime fans and welcome
back. Those of you who long
nostalgically for the good old days
when we only ran stories of car
wrecks and contraband may as
well quit now, because this week
has none of these.
We do have a fool who tried to
drive through the back gate of
Fort Clayton with no license
plates on his car. He must have felt
that he was safe because he had
two base decals in the car. That did
not help him though, as neither
one was for the car he was driving.
Out of respect for his co-workers
and a healthy bribe we received,
we will not reveal even his branch
of service.
While we are in that area, we
wish to report the break-in of a
tack room at the Albrook stables.
The thieves stole an arc welder, a
gas welder, a Prestolite welder, a
drill press and a hacksaw. The
owner is upset because he will not
be able to work on his horse until
the items are replaced. Lucky
horse.
Presently, it is illegal to carry


even a registered gun off post
unless in the line of duty. A civilian
who ignored that found himself in
a fender-bender on Via Espana
just after midnight. While he was
waiting for the Transito to arrive,
a PDF G-2 car stopped and both
of the bent vehicles were searched.
When the PDF found the driver's
9mm, they took him and his
weapon downtown where he was
held until 8 a.m.
He was finally released to his
own custody without charges, but
his heater was not because he had
not registered it in Panama. We
hope he kissed it good-by, because
we doubt that hell ever see it
again.
Although this minor event has
been overrun by grander actions,
we thought that we would bring it
to you anyway. Two soldiers in an
official car were stopped on Ave.
Nacional by a Transito who told
them that they couldn't be in the
city in uniform. When the soldier's
Freedom of Movement card didn't
break the deadlock, each side
called for backup.


The PDF sent a lieutenant and
the Army sent a liaison officer.
When questioned carefully, the
lieutenant admitted that no traffic
violation had occurred but
requested that the soldiers follow
him to the commandancia.
Liaison declined on their behalf,
and ordered them to continue to
Fort Clayton, which they did
under MP escort.
If you were DWI on New Year's
Eve, you aught to be allowed to
drive on base by now, right?
Wrong. A soldier who knew that
presented his ID card to the guard
at Cocoli. Since the ID card was
clearly stamped NO POST
DRIVING PRIVILEGES, the
guard apprehended him. Now it's
going to be another five years
before he can legally drive on post.
And if he quits the Army, the
record will be sent to his state
license bureau and to the
insurance companies. Keep that in
mind while you're at the club.
A Fort Clayton dependent
husband was also caught for the


same thing. Not only did he
endanger his wife's career, but he
really handicapped his family. On
the other hand, now days they
only need one car. Think of the
money that they can save.
The last story concerns a couple
of soldiers who were pulled over
by a PDF riding in a taxi. When
they stopped, he jumped out of the
taxi and asked for the driver's
license. Then he jumped in the
back seat and said that they would
have to go to the police station.
But after directing them onto Ave.
Balboa, he told the driver to pull
into a parking lot and offered a
deal. $20 he said, would make the
driver's Washington State license
legal on the spot instead of waiting
to get to court to pay $80.
The driver explained that he
only had $10, which angered the
PDF, but not so much that he
didn't take it and leave. This story
pleases me a little as it indicates a
reversal in the rampant inflation
of bribes that has made driving
down here more costly of late.
And that's all folks!


Ill"









Tropic Times
Aug. 18, 1989



Seabees get lively training in Honduras


story and photo
by John F. Wadman III

PUERTO CASTILLO, Honduras
(USNAVSTA PAO) - In Puerto
Castilla, it appeared to be another
typical day of heat, humidity and
dust with the usual number of biting
insects. Add a fifth element, a group
of U.S. Navy Seabees, and you have
the makings of a unique day in this
tiny Caribbean port.
These Seabees are a 22-man Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion 133
Detachment (NMCB 133 Det) led by
Lt. Scott R. Lister and they are
deployed from Gulfport, Miss.
Their assignment in Puerto Castilla
is a combination training and
goodwill exercise.
The mission is to erect two 20' x 48'
concrete and steel buildings, one 20' x
20' latrine and shower facilities
building and three 16' x 32' elevated
wood structures with corrugated tin
roofs called "seahuts" They have
only been given a 45-day deployment
time to accomplish all of this.
Before construction could even
begin, the detachment had to set up
logistics and a communications
system. Some of the equipment, such
as tents and cots, were borrowed
from Joint Task Force-Bravo at Soto
Cano Air Base, Honduras.
Common problems
Some of the common problems
that occur when faced with such a
mission are equipment failures,
materials shortages, unavailability of
materials on the local market,
weather constraints and more. In
most Latin American countries,
materials such as cinder block and
bags of cement are readily available,
but plumbing fittings and electrical
hardware are scarce. Quality
plywood is almost unheard of in
these places and, when available, the
prices are astronomical.
In tropical climates, weather can
play an important role in
construction time. Not only can
severe rainfall slow the actual
construction progress, but mud and
high river levels can make travel to
remote job sites impossible.
Many equipment failures are
difficult to repair in the field due to
lack of parts, machine shops and
specialized tools.
There are physical hardships that
the Seabees experience as well.
Accommodations are usually
spartan. A folding cot, set up on a
dirt floor under a tent, were standard
living conditions for the detachment
when they arrived in Puerto Castilla.
Some of the men sleep in hammocks
and to have a mosquito screen
draped over ones cot is considered
bourgeois.
Flying bugs
The mosquitoes and "No See-ums"
(microscopic flying bugs, similar to
gnats, with a ferocious bite) are
always on the prowl for fresh flesh.
The Seabees found that the only
relief for itching bites is a scented
body oil called "Skin-So-Soft"
Some of the men were put off by the
unmanly fragrance, but after a few
sleepless nights, most of the
detachment was smelling soft and
sweet. Whatever works!
There are also psychological
hardships to overcome. Many of the
personnel are married and have kids.
Short departure notices and
separations can create strain on their
relationships.
Many overseas deployments mean
language barriers, difficult monetary
systems and sometimes overwhelm-


ing cultural differences. During
politically sensitive periods the
Seabees are confined to military
bases or compounds and have limited
access to recreation and
entertainment after working hours.
Regardless of hardships and
difficulties, the men of the NMCB
133 Det take things in stride and with
a sense of humor. This was never
more apparent than when
Commodore Ole L. Olsen,
Commander, Naval Construction
Battalions, Atlantic, visited the
NMCB 133 Detachment in Puerto
Castillo.
Menu sign
During an inspection of the site he
got laugh out of the menu sign posted
outside their mess tent. The days
specials included such delicacies as
Gator Steaks, Boa Burgers and Fried
Tarantula.
The detachment cook has even
adopted a camp mascot, a green
iguana, which he keeps in a large cage
behind the mess tent. He had two of
them but one of the iguanas
mysteriously escaped one evening.
Many of the local Hondurans eat
iguana and say it tastes like chicken.
(Hey, you don't suppose Monday
night's chicken stew was really -
Naw, couldn't have been!) To
understand the importance of
NMCB 133 Det's project and other
similar ones, some background
information on Honduras is helpful.
In acreage, Honduras is the second
largest country in Central America
next to Nicaragua, yet it is the least
urbanized.
The impression is that, with so
much land and so few inhabitants,
the country would be agriculturally
prosperous. The reality is that over
30 percent of the land is mountainous
and is unsuitable for farming or
grazing.
Still, the majority of the
population are rural agriculturalists,
or "campesinos," involved in
subsistence farming. This explains
why Honduras is teeter-tottering
with Haiti and Nicaragua for the title
of "poorest country in the
hemisphere"
Important role
Take into account all of these
factors and the project at Puerto
Castilla becomes more than a Seabee
training exercise and an example of
goodwill to the Hondurans. Projects
like the construction project in
Puerto Castilla play an important
role in strengthening our relationship
with Honduras, as well as with other
countries in the world.
Other projects that various Seabee
battalions have recently undertaken
include the drilling of fresh water
wells in Costa Rica, repairing a
floating military hospital barge on
Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, and
construction of a Scuba school at the
Honduran Naval Base in Puerto
Castillo.
The Engineering Exercise Planner
for these, and all other projects in
Central and South America, is Lt.
Cmdr. Kenneth G. Moncayo. He is
the Staff Engineer assigned to U.S.
Naval Forces Southern Command,
under the command of Rear Adm. G.
E. Gneckow.
The ideology of the Seabees is to be
prepared for rapid wartime
deployment, to work as an
independent and compact
organization and to complete
projects in a minimum amount of
time. They use various methods to
maintain these goals.
Home port training includes


classes and mock projects in which
Seabees construct and then
disassemble structures. They also do
local goodwill and civic projects. One
example is the construction of
basketball courts for schools without
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the funding to contract these projects
out to private contractors.
The Seabee motto, "CAN DO,"
describes their abilities well. They are
capable of doing any construction job
that the U.S. Navy requires.
~i~a'j~"


Don't be frightened by the prices -- they are in lempiras, the Honauran
currency.


Latin pilots visit 1978th CG


HOWARD AFB, Panama (1978th
CG/PA) --Pilots from five Latin
American countries were recently the
last students to learn how the 1978th
Communications Group controls
aircraft in Panama.
Two Guatemalans, two Costa
Ricans, one El Salvadorian, one
Columbian, and one Mexican visited
the 1978th's flight facilities as part of
their advanced pilot indoctrination
training at the Inter-American Air
Forces Academy, at Albrook AFS.
"The 1978th has conducted tours
as part of the school's pilot courses
for many years. Our uniqueness in
providing Spanish speaking air
traffic controllers was definitely an
advantage to the Central and South
American student pilots.
Honduras and Spain are only two
other places in the world that provide
Spanish radar approaches. And, we
are a major part of the total flight
facilities in Panama," said MSgt.
Ignacio R. Reyes Jr., air traffic
controller and 1978th tour guide for
the students.
The 1978th facilities visited during
the three hour tour were the Howard
AFB Control Tower, Radar Final
Control facility and the Air Traffic
Services offices in Base Operations.
While in Base Operations the visitors
received two related briefings, one on
Base Operations and the other on
Detachment 1, 5th Weather Wing.


At Base Operations the students
were told about the functions
performed such as procedures to
coordinate flight plans, what
aircrews do to prepare a flight plan,
and charts that are used. On the
weather side, the visitors saw the
weather radar, satellite pictures of
Central and South America, and
each was told the current weather in
their particular country.
The students went on to learn how
activities are coordinated between
the control tower and Radar Final
Control facility from the Air Traffic
Services Division offices.
"The seven experienced aviators
were impressed by our operations
and asked many questions. At the
tower, I explained the air traffic
controller positions and re-
sponsibilities, and airspace the tower
controls. I also spoke about how we
handle different types of aircraft.
"At the radar facility, I briefed on
the equipment, services we provide
pilots, Howard AFB and Panama
airspace, and both the instrument
and navigational aircraft
approaches. The pilots watched as we
brought in an aircraft during various
phases of flight.
Reyes added that "they really
commented on how the 1978th tower
and radar work together as a team
and said the tour was very valuable as
part of their course."













6 Tropic Times
Aug. 18,1989


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Albrook Bus Stop 429
Albrook Bus Stop 430/432
Curundu/Contr - 2318 - 2314
Curundu Junior High School
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Albrook BS - 423
Albrook BS - 422
Albrook BS - 434
Balboa High School
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Diablo Elementary School
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Albrook Pool 1220
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Albrook Bus Stop 432
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Curundu Junior High School
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Albrook Bus Stop 429
Balboa High School
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Albrook Bus Stop - 424
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Albrook Bus Stop 423
Albrook Bus Stop 424
Albrook Bus Stop 433
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Albrook Bus Stop 423 - 422
Albrook Bus Stop 434
A42 Balboa High School (Via Curundu Rd.)
Albrook Bus Stop - 427
Albrook Bus Stop - 432
Albrook Bus Stop - 431
Albrook Bus Stop - 429
C31 (Via Clayton Main Gate)
Ft. Clayton / Mir/Bldg. 153
Ft. Clayton, Side/Bldg. 156
Ft. Clayton, Hosp/Road 473
Ft. Clayton, Entr/Hocker Dr
Curundu Junior High School
C41 Ft. Clayton, Bldg. 518 BS
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 610
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 690/717/718
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La Boca Rd. Qtrs. 1009 - 1003
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 980 BS
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 905 BS
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 918 BS
La Boca - Perlas St. Otrs. 939 BS
La Boca Williamson Place
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Bl Bal'boa Elementary School
Balboa Tavernilla - La Boca Rd.
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La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 939 BS
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Ft. Amador, Loma Terrace 1100
Ft. Anador, Loma Terrace 1108
Ft. Frnador, 1347 - 408-414
Ft. Amador, 15 - 14
Ft. A/nador, 456
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Balboa / Gavilan Area 1501
Bll Balboa Elementary School
La Boca Rd. (Corner) Tavernilla St.
La Boca Rd. Qtrs. 1009 - 1003
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 980 BS
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 905 BS
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 918 BS
La Boca - Perlas St. Qtrs. 939 BS
La Boca Williamson Place
C31 Curundu Junior High School
Ft. Clayton, Hocker Dr BS
Ft. Clayton, Hosp. Rd. 473
Ft. Clayton, Side - Qtrs. 840
C41 Balboa High School
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 610 - 690
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 717 - 718
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 518 (Main)
C32 Ft. Clayton BS 438
(Corner Smith & Morse Ave)
Ft. Clayton BS 399
(Corner Anderson & Morse Ave)
Ft. Clayton Qtrs. 910
Curundu Junior High School
C42 Ft. Clayton Opp Entry Hocker Dr.
Ft. Clayton / Smith & Morse BS 438
Ft. Clayton Qtrs. 910
Balboa High School
NIl Ancon, Frangipani Qtrs. 439
Apcon, Frangipani Qtrs. 461
Ancon, Sosa Place Qtrs. 218
Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0202
Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0208
Ancon, Carters Place / Alto
Ancon Boulevard side Qtrs. 500 / Side
Ancon, Manzanillo Place 512 - 522
Ancon, Guayacan Terrace 0526
Ancon Boulevard San Juan PI 568 - 589
Balboa Elementary School
NIl Balboa Elementary School
Ancon, Frangipani Qtrs. 461
Ancon, Sosa Place Qtrs. 218
Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0202
Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0208
Ancon, Carters Place / Alto


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Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 910
Ft. Clayton, torse Ave BS-438
C42 Balboa High School
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Ft. Clayton, BS 438
Ft. Clayton, Hocker Dr. (Main)
C43 Ft. Clayton - Qtrs. 1161 / 1121 / 1103
Balboa High School
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Ft. Clayton, 1120, 1105
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Ft. Clayton, 511, 573, 532, 544, 500
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Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 1121
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 1103
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Curundu Junior High School
C44 Ft. Clayton, Side Bldg. 153
Ft. Clayton, Bldg. 156
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 332 (Main)
Balboa High School
Ft. Clayton Nursery (to) 0915
Ft. Clayton Nursery (fr) 0915
Albrook Pool 1220
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Ft. Anador, Qtrs. 31 (side)
C34 Curundu Junior High School
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 656
C44 Balboa High School
Ft. Clayton, Side Bldg. 153
Ft. Clayton, Bldg. 156
Ft. Clayton', Morse Ave. 332
E31 Cardenas, BS / across 7239 - 7264
Cardena, BS / side 7230 - 7226
Corozal (PCC) Opp Qtrs. 6541
Corozal (Army) Post Exchange
Curundu Junior High School
031 Diablo Elementary School
Curundu Junior High School
A14 Albrook AFS.BS 426
Diablo Elementary School
Al Diablo Elementary School
Albrook AFS BS 429, 428, 434, 422, 420, 42
Albrook AFS BS 423, 424, 433, 435
Albrook AFS BS 427, 425, 426, 437, 432, 43
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Albrook AFS BS 426
E31 Curundu Junior High School
Corozal, (PCC) Qtrs. 6541
Cardenas, BS / acroos 7239 - 7264
Cardenas BS / side 7230 - 7226
Corozal (Army) W. McKin / Olin St. 545
D31 Curundu Junior High School
Diablo Elementary School
N31 Balboa Hts. Qtrs. 132
Ancon Gorgas Apts
Ancon Side Bldg. 287
Ancon Boulevard side 461
Ancon Side Qtrs. 500
Ancon Side Qtrs. 0596
Curundu Elementary School
E41 Cardenas, BS / across 7239 - 7264
Cardenas, BS / side 7230 - 7226
Corozal (PCC) Opp Qtrs. 6539
Corozal (Army) Exchange
Balbra High School
A15 Albrook AFS Bus Stop 437
Albrook AFS Opp Bus Stop 432
Albrook AFS OP Bus Stop 431
Diablo Elementary School
A15 Diablo Elementary School'
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 431
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 432
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 437
N31 Curundu Junior High School
Balboa Hts. Qtrs. 132
Ancon Gorgas Apts 224
Ancon Side Bldg. 287
Ancon Boulevard Side 461
Ancon Side Qtrs. 500
Ancon Side Qtrs. 0596
E41 Balboa High School
Corozal (Army) Exchange
Corozal (PCC) Qtrs. 6541
Cardenas, Qtrs. 7223
Cardemas, Qtrs. 7236
Cardenas, Qtrs. 7264
Cardenas, Qtrs. 7230
D41 Diablo Hts. Service Center
Diaolo Elementary School
Balboa High School
A13 Albrook AFS Opp Bus Stop 421
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 420
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 430
Albrook AFS Opp Bus Stop 429
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 436
Diablo Elementary School
A13 Diablo Elementary School
Albrook AFS Opp Bus Stop 421
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 420
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 430
Albrook AFS Opp Bus Stop 429
Albrook AFS Bus Stop 436
Diablo Elementary School
D41 Balboa High School
Diablo Elementary School
Diablo Hts. Service Center
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K31 Curundu Junior High School
Howard AFB, Post Office BS
Ft. Kobbe Elementary School
Transfer from K41
Veracruz (Entrance) Chalet
Veracruz (Gas Station)
M41 Ft. Amador Qtrs. 28
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Ft. A-ador Side trs. 41:6
Ft. Amador Bus Stop 1209
Ft. -nmdor Sentry Gate BS
Balboa High School
M31 Ft. Adnador Otrs. 28
Ft. Amador Qtrs. 36
Ft. Amador Side Qtrs. 456
Ft. Amador Bus Stop 1209
Ft. Amador Sentry Gate BS
Balboa, Barnaoy St. Qtrs. 766
Curundu Junior High School
Ell Cardenas BS / across 7239
Cardenas BS / across 7264
Cardenas BS / side 7230
Cardenas BS / side 7226
Los Rios Elementary School
El Corozal (PCC) 6589 & 6541
Cardenas Qtrs. 7230
Cardenas Qtrs. 7264 across
Corozal (Army) 671
Corozal (Army) 678
Corozal (Army) 687
Diablo Terrace Qtrs. 253, 260, 265
Los Rios Elementary School
Ell Los Rios Elementary School
Cardenas BS / across 7239
Cardenas BS / across 7264
Cardenas BS / side 7230
Cardenas BS / side 7226
M31 Curundu Junior High School
Balboa Elementary School
Balboa, Barney St. side 703
Ft. Amador (Entrance) Lana / Ter
Ft. Anador Qtrs. 28
Ft. Amador Qtrs. 36
Ft. Amador Qtrs. 456
Ft. Anador Sentry Gate
MI41 Balboa High School
Ft. AmTdor (Entrance) Loin / Ter
Ft. Anador Qtrs. 28
Ft. Anador Qtrs. 36
Ft. Amador Qtrs. 456
Ft. Anador Sentry Gate
L31 Diablo Terrace (Army Conmy)
Los Rios Elementary School
Curundu Junior High School
L41 Diablo Terrace (Army Com-ny)
Los Rios Elementary School
Includes students from Corozal (PCC)
Balboa High School
CI4 Ft. Clayton Qtrs. 719
Ft. Clayton Qtrs. 700
Ft. Clayton Qtrs. 690
Curundu Elementary School
Clayton Nursery (to) 1115
Clayton Nursery (fr) 1315
C14 Curundu Elementary School
Ft. Clayton (Side) Qtrs. 690
Ft. Clayton (Side) Otrs. 700 (across)
Ft. Clayton (Side) Qtrs. 719
L31 Curundu Junior High Scnool
Diablo Terrace (Army Com-ny)
Los Rios Elementary School
L41 Balboa High School
Diablo Terrace (Army Comny)
Los Rios Elementary School
K41 Ft. Kobbe Elementary School
Transfer front K31
Howard AFB BS 650 / Qtrs. 625
Howard AFB Side Qtrs. 136
Balboa High School
B32 Balboa Bnpire St. Qtrs. 819X
Balboa Eroire St. Qtrs.3209
Balboa Gavilan Rd Side 1501
Balboa Almond St. Side 1531
Balboa Barnaby St. Otrs. 766
Curundu Junior High School
C15 Ft. Clayton Qtrs 672
Ft. Clayton Otrs 666, 680
Ft. Clayton Qtrs 661 (Side)
Curundu Elementary School
C15 Curundu Elementary School
Ft. Clayton Qtrs 661
Ft. Clayton Qtrs 666
Ft. Clayton Otrs 672, 680
B32 Curundu Junior High School
Balboa Barnaby St. Qtrs. 763
Balboa Erroire St. Qtrs.3209
Balboa Gavilan Rd Side 1501
Balboa Almond St. Side 1531
Balboa Mango St. 1546
K41 Balboa High School
Howard AFB Post Office BS
Howard AFB Bldg. 723 BS Main
Ft. Kobbe Elementary School
Transfer to K31 (on AM run School)
NiJTE: Students that are assigned to BS 650 on K41 wi
at Balboa High School thereafter they will go
Curundu JJnior High School. At 1425 students
Junior High School.
H41 Howard AFB - Comny Hill BS 9
Howard AFB - Moth Row, BS 139, 155, 162
Howard AFB - Coffey Ave. 120
Howard AFB - Coffey Ave. 90
Howard AFB - Coffey Ave. 51
Balboa High School
B33 La Boca Rd. Corner Tavernilla
La Boca - Qtrs. 944
La Boca - Qtrs. 917
La Boca Baptist Church
Curundu Junior High School
C16 Ft. Clayton Side Qtrs. 654
Ft. Clayton Side Qtrs. 644
Curundu Elementary School
PHYSICAL EDUCATION SI-U1TLE - CJ-IS (As Required)
C16 Curundu Elementary School
Ft. Claytor Side Qtrs. 654
Ft. Clayton Side Qtrs. 644
B33 Curundu Junior High School
La Boca Rd. Corner Tavernilla
La Boca Qtrs. 944
La Boca Qtrs. 917
La Boca Bastist Church
H41 Balboa High School
Howard AFB Corrmy Hill - BS 9
Howard AFB Moth Row - Bs 139, 155, 162
Howard AFB Coffey Ave. BS 120
Howard AFB Coffey Ave. BS 90
Howard AFB Coffey Ave. BS 51
H42 Farfan Bus Stoo 845
Howard AFB Gateway-Main / BS
Stop (includes Farfan Students)
B31 Balboa High School
Quarry Hgts, Officers' Club
Balboa Elementary School
Curundu Junior High School
Hil Howard AFB, Child Care Center
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West Bank Nursery (to) 0815 - 0915
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Howard AFB, BS 120 Arr
Howard AFB Dispensary BS Arr
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H32 Howard AFB, 810, 829, 839, 841, 834, 817 Ded
Howard AFB, Gateway Public BS Dep
Curundu Junior High School Arr
H13 Howard AFB, BS 155 Dep
Howard AFB, BS 162 Johnson Ave. Qtrs. 197-B DeD
Howard AFB, BS 175 Dep
Howard AFB, BS Dispensary Dep
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HI Veracruz (Gas Station) Dep
Howard AFB theater Bus Stop Deo
Howard Child Carae Center - 42 Dep
Howard AFB, BS 139 Qtrs. 46 Dep
Howard AFB, Rencher Ave. BS, 155, 175, 198 Dep
Howard AFB, Coffey Ave. 120 Dep
Howard AFB, Coffey Ave. 90 Dep
Howard AFB, Coffey Ave. 51 Deo
Howard / Hickman Ave. Qtrs. 556 Dep
Howard / Rumph Ave. Qtrs. 588 Dep
Howard / Stauffer Ave. Qtrs. 637 Dep
Koboe Elementary School Arr
H32 Curundu Junior High School Dep
Howard AFB, 810, 829, 839, 841, 834, 817 Arr
Howard AFB, Gateway Public BS Arr
NOTE: HI (Kinder pickup bus monitor at Howard Theater Bus Stoo
H33 Howard AFB, Qtrs. 1532 Dep
Howard AFB, Qtrs. 1524 Dep
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l11 Cocoli Trailer Section Dep
Cocoli Playground BS Dep
Groiler St. Qtrs. 201 P Dep
Rodman Marine Barracks 3027 Dep
Rodman Marine Barracks 3081 Dep
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Kobbe Elementary School Arr
Special Transportation
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KINDER Intersection - Vargas & Goodnan Arr
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Howard - Lloyd Ave. - 127 Arr
Howard - Moth Row - BS 155, 199 Arr
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Howard - Coffey Ave. 120, 90, 51 Arr
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Rodman Marine Barracks 3081 Arr
H33 Curundu Junior High School Dep
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Howard AFB, Gateway Qtrs. 1524 Arr
H34 Rodman O'Club Deo
Cocoli BS 2324 Deo
Cocoli Trailer Dep
Rodman Marine Barracks 3001 Dep;
Rodnan Marine Barracks 3081 Dep
Howard Gateway Terrace 1556 Deo
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C12 Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 580 Dep
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 534 Dep
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 543 Dep
Ft. Clayton, Mango / Guandu St.
(side Qtrs. 554) Oep
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Clayton Nursery Pickup Route 1015 - 1115
Clayton Nursery Retrun Route 1315 - 1345
Nursery Bus service must terminate by 1345 to permit arrive
at Curundu Elementary School prior to dismissal of classes.
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Ft. Clayton, Side Otrs. 580 Arr
Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 534 Art
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 543 Arr
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H34 Curundu Junior High School Dep
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** Marine Barracks students will be assigned to Route H34
morning pickup to school as shown above; and aat 1425,
the will return on Route W31.
G31 Gamooa, Qtrs. 0266 Dep
Gamboa, Opp Qtrs. 266 Dep
Gamboa, Maltby Place Dep
Sunmnit (Inside) Qtrs. 6081 Dep
Paraiso, BS (Main) Qtrs. 687 Dep
Paraiso, Qtrs. 661 Dep
Paraiso, Qtrs. 367 Dep
Pedro'Miguel RR Station (across) Dep
Pedro Miguel, BS OpD Ball Park Dep
Via Ft. Clayton - Curundu Junior High School Arr
Balboa High School Arr
M12 Ft.Anador, Side Qtrs. 1100 Dep
Ft.Anador, Qtrs. 1108 Dep
Ft.APador, Qtrs. 1347 Dep
Ft.Arador, Qtrs. 28 Dep
Ft.Arador, Qtrs. 402 Dep
Ft.Anador, Qtrs. 408 Dep
Ft.Amador, (Main) BS 1209 Dep
Ft.Amador, P Gate (Bus Stop) Dep
Balboa Elementary School Art
Curundu Jr. High Physical Ed. Shuttle - (As Required)
M12 Balboa Elementary School Dep
Ft. Amador, Loma Terrace 1100 Arr
Ft. Amador, Loma Terrace 1108 Arr
Ft. Amador, Qtrs. 1347 Arr
Ft. Anador, Qtrs. 28 Arr
Ft. Amador, Qtrs. 402, 408 Arr
Ft. Amador, (Main) BS 1209 Arr
Ft. Amador, MP Gate (Bus Stop) Arr
G31 Curundu Junior High School Dep
Balboa High School Dep
Pedro Miguel, Ball Park BS Arr
Pedro Miguel, FRR Station Arr
Paraiso, Qtrs 661 Arr
Paraiso, Qtrs. 367 Art
Paraiso, Qtrs. 867 (across) Art
Surmnit, Qtrs. 6081 Arr
Gamboa, Qtrs. 0266 Arr
Ganmoa, Qtrs. 266 Opp Art
Gamboa, Bldg. 451 (Church) Art
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Gil Gamboa, Davis St. Qtrs. 314 (side) Dep
Gamboa, Jadwin Ave. Qtrs. 109 Dep
Ganmboa, Sibert Ave. 127 Dep
Gamboa, Williamson Ave. Opp Qtrs. 171 Dep
Gamboa, Ridge - 0275 Dep
Surmit, Qtrs. 6007, 6081 Dep
Paraiso, 661, 367 Deo
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GI Balboa Elementary School Dep
KINDER Sunnit Qtrs. 6007 Arr
Sumtnr Qtrs. 6081 Arr
Old Gamboa Elem./Sch. Bldg. 56 Art
Gamboa, Sibert Ave. Qtrs. 127 Arr
Gamboa, Williamson Ave. ODp Qtrs. 171 Arr
Gil Balboa Elementary School Dep
Pedro Miguel BS Opp Ball Park Arr
Pedro Miguel RR Station Arr
Paraiso 367, 661 Arr
Summit 6007, 6081 Art
Gar oa, Davis St. Qtrs. 314 (side) Arr
Gamboa, "Jadwin Ave. Qtrs. 109 Arr
Garrboa, Sibert Ave. Qtrs. 127 Arr
Gamboa, Williamson Ave. Opp Qtrs. 171 Arr
Ganboa, Ridge 0275 Arr
A16 Albrook AFS, BS 430 (Semrsey Circle) Dep
Albrook AFS, BS 434 Dep
Albrook AFS, BS 422 Dep
Albrook AFS, BS 425 Dep
Diablo Elementary School Arr
A16 1355 Diablo Elementary School
FRO\4 Albrook AFS, BS 430 Arr
SC-OOL Albrook AFS, 3S 434 Arr
Albrook AFS, BS 422 Arr
Albrook AFS, BS 425 Arr
C6 Ft. Clayton, 511, 534, 542, 554 Dep
Ft. Clayton, 604, 662, 664, 671 Dep
Ft. Clayton, 690, 717, 718 Dep
Ft. Clayton, 656, 645, 620, 612 Deo
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Ft. Clayton Elementary School Dep
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 620, 634 Arr
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs.656 Art
Ft. Clayton, 660, 667, 690 Art
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C6 Ft. Clayton Elementary School Dep
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Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 634, 645, 656, 662 Arr
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 664, 671, 690 Arr
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 717, 718, 511 Art
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 534, 542, 554 Art
Q32 Quarry Heights, Officers' Club Dep
BalbOa Elementary School Arr
Q1 K-COL Balboa Elementary School Dep
Quarry Heights Qtrs. 4, 12, 17 Art
Quarry Heights Qtrs. Officers' Club Art
PM - TOBalboa Heights / Ridge - Qtrs. 130 Dep
SCHOOL Ancon, Herrick Rd Qtrs. 0202, 0208 ---- Dep
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Ancon, Frangipani Rd Qtrs. 435, 445 Dep
Ancon, Boulervard (Main) Qtrs. 500 (side) Dep
Ancon, Manzanillo Place Qtrs. 513, 524 Dep
Ancon, Guayacan Terrace Qtrs. 0526 Dep
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Q32 Balboa Elementary School Dep
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Quarry Hgts. Offices's Club Arr
U41 Pickup Curundu Flats & Contractor / Trailers
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Post Office Bldg.
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Escude Rd. Qtrs. 1995, 1987, 1981 Dep
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Escude Rd. Qtrs. 1981, 1987, 1995 Arr
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Ft. Clayton Nursery School Return Route 1315 - 1345
C4 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 811, 851, 861 Dep
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Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Qtrs. 906 Dep
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Ft. Clayton, NOD 300 Area Qtrs. 340, 323
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Ft. Clayton Elementary School
C4 Ft. Clayton Elementary School
Ft. Clayton, Child Care Center
Ft. Clayton, Hawkins Ave. BS
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 900,906, 919, 915
Ft. Clayton, Hospital Rd. Qtrs. 474
Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave. 479
Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave. 462 (BS 438)
Ft. Clayton, Mclntosh Loop Qtrs. 409
Ft. Clayton, Miles Place Qtrs. 404
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 363, 377,
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 335, 340,
Ft. Clayton, NCO Area Qtrs. 307, 304
FT. Clayton, NCO 800 Area Qtrs. 811, 851, t
C5 Ft. Clayton, Child Care Center
Ft. Clayton, Gailard Ave. 811, 852, 861
Ft. Clayton, Hawkins Ave. BS
Ft. Clayton, Steward Loop II, 14, 17
Ft. Crayton, 900 Area Qtrs. 906, 919, 915
Ft. Clayton, Hosptal Rd. 473, 511, 479
Ft. Clayton, 600, 662, 664, 643
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 307
Ft. Clayton Elementary School
C4 Ft. Clayton Elementary School
Ft. Clayton, 811, 852, 861
Ft. Clayton, Hawkins Ave. BS
Ft. Clayton, Steward Loop 1I, 14, 17
Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Qtrs 906
Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Qtrs 919, 915
Ft. Clayton, Hospital Rd. Qtrs. 474
Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave Qtrs. 479
Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave Qtrs. 462 (BS 438)
Ft. Clayton, Mclntosh Loop Qtrs 409
Ft. Clayton, Miles Place Qtrs. 303
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 363, 377
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 368, 335
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 340, 332
Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 307, 304
U12 Curundu Contractors Area Qtrs. 2320
Curundu Flats-Old Post Ofice 2062
Curundu Trailers-Via Horse Stable
Los Rios Elementary School
UI Los Rios Elementary School
Diablo Terrace 253, 260, 265
Curundu Constr. Qtrs. 2320
Curundu Old Post Office 2062
Clubhouse Rd. 2006
Escude Rd. 1981, 1987
Trailers - Via - Horse Stable
U12 Los Rios Elementary School
Curundu, Contractor Area Qtrs 2320
Curundu, Flats-Old Post Office 2062
Curundu, Trailers-Via Horse Stable
LII Diablo Terrace Qtrs. 253, 260, 265
Corozal - Army Qtrs. 671, 678, 687
Los Rios Elementary School
Lil Los Rios Elementary School
Corozal - Army Qtrs. 671, 678, 687
Diablo Terrace Qtrs. 253, 260, 265
C35 Ft. Clayton, BS Opp Qtrs. 354
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 350
Ft. Clayton, Entry Hocker Dr,
Ft. Clayton, McManus Dr.
Curundu'Junior High School
C36 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 1109
Ft. Clayton, Side Atrs. 1122
Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 1148
Curundu Junior High School
Cl1 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 511, 555, 500
Curundu Elementary School
C2 Curundu Elementary School
-KINDER Ft. Clayton, 511, 534, 543, 555
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 609, 656, 634
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 621, 612
C3 Ft. Clayton, Child Care Center
KINDER Ft. Clayton, (690 other stops as needed)
Ft. Clayton, 511, 580, 531, 544, 500
Ft. Clayton, 1003, 1005, 1109, 1122
Ft. Clayton, 1148, 1048
Curundu Elementary School
Cl11 Curundu Elementary School
Ft. elayton Qtrs. 511, 555, 500
C36 Curundu Junior High School
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 1109
Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 1122
Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 1148
C35 Curundu Junior High School
Ft. Clayton, McManus Dr. / BS
Ft. Clayton, Kocker Dr. / BS
Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave. Qtrs. 350
Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave. Qtrs. 354
C33 Ft. Clayton, BOQ - Main
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 634
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 607
Curundu Junior High School
C13 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 602
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 612
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 605
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 601
Curundu Elementary School
C13 Curundu Elementary School
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 602
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 612
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 605
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 601
C33 Curundu Junior High School
Ft. Clayton, BOQ Main
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 534
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 607
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 634
C37 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 479
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 676
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 690
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 717
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 718
Curundu Junior High School
C18 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532
Ft. Clayton, Lassiter Dr. BS
Curundu Elementary School
C18 Curundu Elementary School
Ft. Clayton, Lassiter Dr. Main BS
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 542
C37 Curundu Junior High School
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 479
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 676
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 690
Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 717
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Tropic Times
Aug. 18, 1989 7


Puleisure


Panama lives up to definition
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by Maria E. Len-Rios


FORT CLAYTON (USARSO
PAO) --Panama means "abundance
of fish." The native Indians who
fished the waters gave it this Indian
name.
Dolphin, flounder, gar, mackerel,
marlin, mullet, pompano, shark, and
snook are some of the fish found in
the surrounding waters of Panama.
Squid, octupus, lobster and turtle are
also found in Panamanian waters.
If fishing for your meal isn't you,
local commissaries sell corbina, red
snapper, grouper and several types of
shrimp for cooking. But if you like
adventure and a challenge, go out
and catch your own.
A good place to start is Panama
Bay. Panama Bay Corbina usually
weigh 10 to 30 pounds. Corbina
fillets can marinated in lemon sauce,
breaded and fried or covered with
onions and bacon and baked.
Another local catch is the dolphin
fish which is sometimes confused
with a porpoise. The dolphin fish has
an almost vertical front part of its
head. It is a vivid greenish-blue and
can weigh between five and 15
pounds. Dolphin fillets taste
delightful when covered with tomato
sauce and onions or breaded and
fried.
The snook, characterized by a

Local tours
The Outdoor Recreation at
Howard AFB has the following tours:
Saturday -- Isla Mamey scuba
diving trip, 6 a.m.
Sunday -- Arenosa fishing trip, 5
a.m.
Aug. 26 - Chagres River canoeing
trip and BBQ, 7 a.m.
Aug. 27 -- Isla Mamy scuba diving
trip, 6 a.m.
All active duty and retired
military, Department of Defense
civilians and family members are
eligible to participate. A small fee
will be charged for each of the events.
All trips depart from the Howard
Theater. For more information, call
284-3569 or 286-3555.
Weekend cruise
A weekend cruise to Contadora
Aug. 26-27 is being offered by the
U.S. Naval Station Panama Canal
MWR.
It includes an overnight stay at the
Contadora Hotel. Price includes
hotel accommodations and boat
ride. For more information call 283-
5307, or sign up at building 65,
MWR main office.
Rental boats
The Fort Clayton Boat Shop has
new Jon Boats, Sunfish and
Windsurfers. Stop by building 178,
Fort Clayton.
Rent a boat, motor, and
equipment Monday afternoon after 2
p.m. and return at 8 a.m. Thursday
for a one-day rental fee. For info call
287-6453.
Dive trip
A dive trip will be held by the Fort
Sherman Scuba and Boat Rental
Center. Fee includes equipment, boat
operator and guide. Reservations are
now being accepted. Call 289-6104.
Space is limited to 10 persons.
Zodiac tours
The Zodiac Recreation Center is
offering the following tours during
August.


protruding lower lip and a long thick
body, tastes good whether whole,
dressed, or filleted. After preparation
you might want to dice some shrimp
and toss them on top.
There is also an abundance of red
or black snapper. Both can be fried
or baked. The black snapper meat
has a texture like that of the lobster
and when cooled can be used in
noodle salads or cream sauces.
Grouper are found all over the
world and grow to a very large size.
One Western Atlantic species can
weigh up to 700 pounds. The meat
from the larger species is rather
coarse. The smaller grouper found
here, has softer meat and is better for
cooking. A tomato sauce goes well
with grouper.
If you get tired of casting a rod and
reel, use a net. Shrimp wander the
ocean floor and are caught with a net.
The larger shrimp are six to 10 inches
long. When cleaning them make sure
to remove the dark vein that runs
down their spine.
Seafood is plentiful and fun to
cook. Sally Selles, secretary for
USARSO Deputy Chief of Staff
Personnel, cooks seafood at least
once a week. Below is her favorite
recipe for grilled fish such as
pompano, snapper, grouper,
corbina, or dolphin.


SPICY GRILLED FISH area. Marinate the fish with teriyake
sauce and garlic powder. Refrigerate
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fish (pompano, snapper, grouper,
corbina or dolphin)
1/2 pound butter
teriyake sauce
3 tbs. capers
minced garlic
1 tsp. parsley flakes
garlic powder
onion powder
salt/pepper

Early in the day trim the fish,
making sure to remove the dark vein


7 ..,

FOUR WHEELING -- Two 1978th Communications Group members
cross through the Rio Indio River on a trip in the jungle near the Panama
Canal with the Back Country 4 x 4 Club. The recent trip was among several
the club makes into the countryside provinces periodically. The club meets
the first and third Thursday of each month at building 277A, Albrook Air
Force Station at 7 p.m. and is happy to welcome new members. Call 286-
3396 for more information. (U.S. Air Force photo)


Saturday - San Carlos Beach
tour, 7 a.m.
Sunday -- El Valle shopping tour,
6:30 a.m.
Wednesday - Free zone shopping
tour, 8 a.m.
Aug. 27 -- San Carlos beach tour, 7
a.m.
Aug. 29 -- Miraflores Locks,
Contractor's Hill and Old Panama
sightseeing tour, 10 a.m.
All tours depart from the Howard
Theater. A small fee is charged for
each tour. For more information,
call 284-6161/6109.

Sundial outings
Sundial Recreation Center. Fort
Davis will sponsor a day trip to Isla
Grande resort Saturday and a
Gorgona Beach tour Aug. 26.
To reserve space for these outings
call 289-3889.


Boating course
The Howard/Albrook Boating
Course will be held from 8 a.m. to
noon Saturday at the U.S. Naval
Station Panama Canal (Rodman)
Marina. Certification will permit
personnel to operate Howard AFB's
17-foot Boston Whalers.
For more information call 283-
5307.
Zodiac tourneys
The Zodiac Recreation Center will
offer the following tournaments
during August:
Sunday -- Darts tournament, I to 7
p.m.
Wednesday -- Table tennis
tournament, 6 to 10 p.m.
There will be a small entry fee
charged for each tournament, and
pre-registration is required. For
more information, call
284-6161/6109.


lur five n urs.
Melt 1/2 pound of butter in skillet
and add teriyake sauce until liquid is
golden brown. Stir in minced garlic
and capers making sure to smash
them well. Add parsley flakes, garlic
powder, onion powder, salt, and
pepper.

Lightly oil grill. Dip fish in sauce
and place on hot grill. Cook until
golden crisp. Dip again in sauce
before serving.

Trap shooting
U.S. Naval Station.Panama Canal
MWR invites you to visit their Trap
Range! Schedule is as follows:
Thursday and Friday, 4 p.m. to dusk.
Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 11
a.m. to 6 p.m. Firearms use will be
provided, rental free.

War games
The Zodiac Recreation Center is
seeking interested people in starting a
war games club. Dungeons and
Dragons and other games will be
considered. For more information,
call 284-5910/4296.

Six-piece show

to perform here
FORT CLAYTON (USARSO
PAO) - The musical variety
performance group "ONSTAGE"
will offer two shows in Panama as
part of the Armed Forces
Professional Entertainment
Organization Program Overseas.
"Onstage" is a six-piece show
experience that is virtually a mini-
musical theatre troupe.
As a musical variety revue,
'Onstage" offers music from the 40's
to the Top 40's, bits of Broadway and
the movie screen.
"Onstage" has toured across the
United States and Europe. The band
has performed with the Kingston
Trio, Shani Wallis, Nichel Nichol,
and Phyllis Diller.
Catch their shows at Camp
Roadrunner Wednesday at 6 p.m. or
at the Howard NCO Club Thursday
at 7 p.m.
For more information on this or
any other DoD entertainment call
the Pacific Theatre Arts Centre at
286-3152/3814.
The group is being sponsored
locally by the Pacific Theatre Arts
Centre and the Community
Recreation Division.








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G - General Audiences. All ages admitted.
PG - Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not
be suitable for children.
PG-13 - Parents are strongly cautioned. Some material may
be inappropriate for children under 13.
R - Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or
adult guardian.


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PET SEMATARY
A family moves from Chicago to a
small town in Maine only to discover
that their house is next to an ancient
Indian burial ground that brings
corpses back to life.

RENEGADES
An exciting police thriller with a
mismatched pair of crime fighters -
an unorthodox undercover agent and
a native American Indian - pursuing
a brutal murderer who has made off
with a sacred tribal relic.

GREAT BALLS OF FIRE
Dennis Quaid plays the hard-living
hard-rocking music legend, Jerry Lee
Lewis as he soars to the heights of
superstardom only to watch his
popularity plummet when he marries
his 13-year-old cousin. (Violence &
language)

SEE YOU IN THE
MORNING
A divorced man and a young widow
try to put their past behind them and
begin a new life together. (Language
and sex)


DISORGANIZED CRIME
A fun-filled romp between the
fastfoots and the flatfoots as five bad
guys from Jersey endeaver to rob a
small town western bank.

ROAD HOUSE
Patrick Swayze plays a much
respected, yet mysterious loner
brought into this rough-and-tumble
western town to restore order to a
once thriving road house and to
protect the townfolks from a vicious,
local bully.

LISTEN TO ME
Follows a diverse group of students
through a school year as they learn to
polish their skills by being able to
take either side of an issue. Events
climax at a national showdown where
the teams tear into one of today's
hotly controversial objects.
(Violence, language, nudity, sex)

OUT COLD
Out Cold is an offbeat murder
mystery that has a pesky private eye
tracking a man who isn't alive as the
guilty wife tries to avert suspicion.
Stars John Lithgow and Terri Garr.


SHE'S OUT OF CONTROL
Tony Danza stars as a widowed
father desperately trying to cope with
his teenage daughter's seemingly
overnight transition from wall flower
to knockout. (Sex)

K-9
This fast moving cop comedy is about
an unorthodox narcotics officer
teamed up with a German Shepherd
which has better discipline than his
human partner. (Violence, language,
sex)

NO HOLDS BARRED
The incredible Hulk Hogan plays a
good guy wrestler who must face the
deadly Zeus while a race against the
clock goes on to find his kidnapped
girlfriend. Stars Tony Lister.
(Violence & language)

SEE NO EVIL,

HEAR NO EVIL

See No Evil, Hear No Evil is a
rollicking comedy concerning a deaf
newsstand proprietor who, along
with his blind assistant, becomes
mistakenly implicated in a murder.


COMING SOON
HOWARD
Fri. GREAT BALLS OF FIRE (PG-13)
Fri. TWINS (R)
Sat. RED SCORPION (R)
Sat.-Sun. STAR TREK V (PG)
Sun. CRIMINAL LAW (R)

CLAYTON
Fri. NO HOLDS BARRED (PG-13)
Fri. MIND GAMES (R)
Sat. LISTEN TO ME (PG-13)
Sat. OUT COLD (R)
Sat.-Sun. SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO
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Tropic Times
Aug. 18, 1989 11

Adequate supervision: a mustfor young children


by PFC Megra D. Johnson

MARGARITA (USARSO PAO)
- Some of our most valuable
resources are being neglected. The
wealth and knowledge we have
gained in our lifetime has been
invested in these resources and now
they are being left to fend for
themselves; to survive without
supervision.
Children are in some cases left
alone in quarters, at the gymnasiums,
theaters and in parked cars.
While allowing a child to have fun
and experience life on his own is a
valuable lesson, a point to remember
is that with every new endeavor some
guidance is needed.
Although it is impossible to be in
two places at one time it is the
responsibility of the parent to
provide adequate supervision for our
youths. Parents often times are
caught between their responsibility
to the military and their


responsibility to their children.
As a result of this conflict some
children are left in the care of older
siblings that may not be able to
properly supervise or control them.
Too often they are left at home alone
in hopes that nothing life threatening
will happen while parents are away.
According to SC Reg. 210-3,
Chapter 6, para 6-If, a child must be
at least 12 to be left in quarters
without supervision and 13 to be
responsible for other children. An
inventory of the child's abilities must
be taken before this is done.
The consequences of leaving
children poorly attended or not
supervised at all can be not only
terrifying to the child, but could
result in abduction or fatal accidents.
According to Karen Simpkins,
director of the Atlantic Family
Advocacy Program, there are
preventive means and logical
measures that can be taken to avoid
leaving children unattended or


inappropriately supervised.
Children who are left unattended
should always know the numbers to
contact military police in case of an
emergency. Young children have
been known to wander away from
home only to find themselves lost and
not knowing how to get in touch with
someone familiar.
Make a neighbor aware of your
intentions to leave your child at
home. They may be willing to assist
you by watching the child until you
return or at least keep an eye on your
quarters while you are gone.
Set up limits and boundaries
around your quarters where your
child is allowed to go. If you return
home and your child is not there you
have an idea of where he will travel
on his own.
As soon as possible teach your
child his full name, address and
telephone number. Let your children
know where you will be and how you
may be contacted.


If it is feasible try to obtain a live in
housekeeper/child care provider if
you will be away from home for an
extended amount of time. FAP has a
Foster Care program that can
provide assistance if you have to
leave country on an emergency or for
an extended amount of time.
To try to prevent abduction know
where your children are at all times.
Have them inform you when they are
leaving the yard or changing the last
location that you knew where they
were.
Inform children of safe behavior at
home when they are alone. They
shouldn't tell someone they are home
alone or allow someone in the house
if the visit hasn't been prearranged
with you.
Help your child understand that
everyone he meets is not a. friend.
Though these precautions are not
fool proof, they will help you feel
comfortable when your child is not
under your direct supervision.


youth activities


Eager youth attend 'BASIC'

HOWARD AIR FORCE BASE, one-hour, three session computer
PANAMA -(1978th CG/PA)- The class on micro-computers. This was
1978th Communications Group an introduction to the use of the
recently sponsored two Summer Micro-Soft Disk Operating System,
Magic Program classes for known as MS-DOS. I explained
community youth. different computer hardware and
Summer Magic, sponsored by the software, plus demonstrated

and the Air Force's Morale, Welfare The students were really impressed
and Recreation Division, had 44 with the plotter," said Olander.
different classes for Air Force youth, The micro-computer class also
which included the 1978th's included a tour of the 1978th's Data
"Introduction to Micro-computers," Automation section and the base-
and "Introduction to BASIC level computer, the Sperry 1100/60,
SProgramming." which the 1978th operates and
"The 1978th offers classes each year maitais.
as part of the Summer Magic
Program, but this year it was extra The "Introduction to BASIC
important to have classes because of Programming" course was also held
the unstable conditions here in for three, one-hour sessions. Twelve
Panama which caused the U.S. members signed up to learn how to
military to limit U.S. citizens program in the BASIC computer
movement," said SMSgt. Lonnie language.
Olander, superintendent of the "This class included using the
1978th's Data Processing Center and Zenith-248 micro-computer for
Base Communications Center. hands-on laboratory work;
Together, Olander and MSgt. sometimes using computer games to
Eddie larrosi, head of the group's learn the keyboard. The students
SMSgt. Lonnie Olander, 1978th Communications Group, explains how to unit quality assurance team, taught were very enthusiastic, showing up
enter a command in the "Introduction to Micro-computers" class aspart of the the computer classes, for class early and leaving late," said
"Summer Magic" program. (U.S. Air Force photo by SSgt. Debra L. Penton) "Twelve students enrolled in the Iarrosi.


Exercise
The Fort Clayton Youth Center
offers ballet and tap for ages 3 years
and above. Also available is
acrobatics instruction. The group
meets twice weekly.
Teens can sign up for the shotokan
karate instruciton Mondays and
Wednesday. A class for children 5-
12 years is also available. Advance
registration is accepted at building
155, Fort Clayton. For information
call 287-6451.
Pony rides
The Albrook AFS Riding Stables
is offering "Back to School Pony
Rides" for a nominal fee.
Rides begin at 10 a.m. to noon and
3-5 p.m. Saturday. A bake sale will be
held and refreshments will be
available.
Tennis lessons
The Howard AFB Youth Center
has a volunteer tennis instructor for
the summer, with scheduled hours
Tuesday and Thursdays. For more
info call 284-4700.
A pet show will be held at the
center at 3 p.m. Saturday. Pre-


registration is required. Call 284-
6135/4700 for details.
Bingo, arts/crafts
The Fort Clayton Youth Center
will have bingo games for senior
teens Saturday and youths and junior
teens Sunday. Call 287-6451.
Also scheduled are an arts and
crafts session Thursday at 3 p.m. and
the monthly birthday celebration
Aug. 26 at 4 p.m.

Dance, cooking lesson
Senior teens are invited to attend a
dance at the Fort Clayton Youth
Center Friday. The center will also
offer a cooking lesson Aug. 30 at 3
p.m. Call 287-6451.
Dance, field day
Atlantic community teens are
invited to a Teen Dance at the
community club Monday from 7-11
p.m.
A field day will be hosted at the
Fort Davis Community Park
Wednesday from 2-5 p.m.
For details call the Fort Espinar
Youth Center at 289-4472.


Swimming lessons
Free swimming lessons will be
offered by the the MWR Department
of the U.S. Naval Station Panama
Canal for children ages 6-18 years at
the Farfan pool.
Lessons will be held from 10 a.m.
to noon. Other activities will take
place until 3 p.m.

Youth Services
Youth Services will provide a one
month experimental shuttle service
for youths 6-19 years.

The service will begin Monday untul
Sept. 8. It will run Monday through
Friday.


Bus service will be provided by
MWR leaving from the naval
station, Youth Center, at 9:30 a.m.
each morning and will depart the
pool at 3 p.m. returning to Youth
Center.
Parents must provide children
with sack lunch. If there are further
questions call Cheryl at 283-5307.

provides shuttle
No fee will be charged during the
trial period. Sponsors must sign a
transportation permission slip for
youth to be eligible to ride. Passes
may be picked up at the Fort Clayton
Youth Center, building 155. For
additional information call 287-6751.


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Clayton Curundu Quarr) Hgts. Amador Diablo Elem. Corozal Cayth
Youth Bowling Youth
Center Center NMo ie Theater Shoppelte School Commissary Center
10 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 11 a.m. 11:15a.m. I1130 a.m.

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Vista Alegre Rio Indio
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La Chorrera, Fuentes del Chase
La Chorrera, Lavamatico/Sogo
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La Chorrera, Panaderia Lupita
La Chorrera, Banco Nacional
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La Chorrera, Casa de irpeno (Cholo)
La Chorrera, Banco Nacional
La Chorrera, Lottery Office
La Chorrera, Teatro Moderno
La Chorrera, Fuentes del Chase
San Jose / Retreat Camp Church
La Herradura / Mosaico Maribel
Nuevo Arraijan, Bello A-nor
Nuevo Vista Alegre / Public BS # 1 - 2
Nuevo Arraijan, Mist Gas Station
Vista Alegre, Rio Indio BS
Bique (Entrance BS)
Cerro Silvestre Entrance 8S
Nuevo Chorrillo Entrance BS
Caceres, Vergel Flowers Garden
Caceres, Seminario Bautista
Arraijan, Chalet 3444 / SS Bldg.
Arraijan, IRHE Bldg. (Side)
Arraijan, Public Bus Stop
Veracruz, Gas Station
Ft. Kobbe Elementary School
PREKINDER - NURSERY
Bldg. 42 Howard Child Care Center
Howard Elementary School
W1 La Chorrera, Lavamatico
La Chorrera, Casa de Emreno (Cholo)
La Chorrera, Banco Nacional
La Chorrera, Lottery Office
La Chorrera, Fuentes del Chase
La Herradura / Mosaico Maribel
Nuevo Arraijan, Bello Amor
Nuevo Vista Alegre / Public BS # 1 - 2
Nuevo Arraijan, Mist Gas Station
Vista Alegre, Rio Indio BS
Bique (Entrance BS)
Cerro Silvestre Entrance BS
Nuevo Chorrillo Entrance BS
Caceres, Vergel Flowers Garden
Caceres, Seminarlo Bautlsta
Arraijan, Chalet 3444 / SS Bldg.
Arraijan, IRHE Bldg. (Side)
Arraijan, Public Bus Stop
Cocoli Trailer # 6 & 12
Cocoll Playground BS
Marine Barracks 3027 & 3083
Rodman Groller St. Qtrs. 201
Howard Elementary School
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Veracruz, Gas Station
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Cerro Silvestre Entrance BS
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0607 Altos de Betanla, 16C-N & C/74-0 Dep
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0613 abajo Code 66, Las Sabanas- Code 55, El Inqenio/Code 32
0615 P3 11 de Oct Delta Gas Station Dep
0617 KINDER 11 de Oct Shell Gas Station/La Prensa Dep
0619 Hato Pintado:
0620 Ave 3-N & 79-0 Dep
0621 C/79-0 & Via Espana Dep
0623 Parque Lefevre
0625 Ave E.T.Lefevre (Micky Mouse) Dep
0630 Para Brisas Y Carrocerias Dep
0640 Santa Elena
0725 C/E (Taller Tello Perez) Dep
0735 C/9 Public BS Dep
dents Rio Abajo:
Calle 19 & Via Espana Dep
Calle 16 Entrance Dep
Calle 16 Church Dep
Ave 6B-N & C/13 Dep
Ave 68-n & C/11-1/2 Dep
La Pulida Ave 4-N & C/9 Dep
1425 Calle 9 & Via Espana Dep
1435 Las Sabanas,La Pradera, Via Espana Dep
1459 San Francisco:
1500 Villa Lilla & Via Porras Den
1506 Via Porras Teatro Roosevelt Dep
1508 Via Porras & C/72-E Dep
1510 Altos del Golf, Via Porras Ave 3C-S Dep
1511 Coco Del Mar:
1512 Ave 3K-S.& Cincuentenario Deo
1513 C/79A-E & Cincuentenario Dep
1514 San Francisco:
1515 Ave 5A-S 7 C/76 (Marriott) Dep
1517 C/74 & C/50 Dep
1518 C/71 & C/50 Dep
1519 Via Brazil Edificio Lan Chile Via Israel Dep
1522 C/67 & C/50 Dep
1524 C/67 & Ave 3B-S Dep
1526 Via Porras Edificio Bahia Azut Dep
1527 Via Porras, C/62A-E (Car Wash) Dep
1530 Carrasquilla, C/62 & Ave IA-S Dep
0739 La Loma, C/66 (Cenento Panama) Dep
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0610 Via Italia Edificio Brisas Marina Dep
0615 Via Italia Russo Dep
0617 Via Israel, C/57A (across) Dep
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0624 Centro Culturales/Kinder Claret Dep
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0628 Ave. Samuel Lewis & C/56 Dep
0629 Ave. Samuel Lewis & C/57 Dep
0631 Ave. Samuel Lewis & C/60 Dep
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0634 . Via Porras & Ave. IC-n Cl/Garcia Dep
0640 Ave 3C-N Edificio GalimarVia Brazil
0642 Clinica El Carmen Dep
0650 El Cangre.o:
0724 C/61A-0 Edificio Lillana Dep
0740 Ave. 4B-N C/F Edificio Amelia Dep
Einstein Statue/Casa de La Carne Dep
Via Argentina & Ave. 5A-N Dep
0750 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Arr
1020 COvMJNITIES SERVED: Reparto Chanis, Juan Diaz, Santa Clara,
1022 Villa Guadalupe, El Dorado (Partial), La Gloria.
1025 P11 Reparto Chanis
1026 GAGO Super Market Dep
1028 Santa Rosa, Ave 3C-S Dep
1030 Restaurante Bronco Dep
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1033 Jardin Olimpico /Edificio A Dep
1033 Santa Clara & Ave. Arosenena Dep
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Aug. 18, 1989


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Designing
The Fort Clayton Arts & Center
invites you to learn how to art work
for silk screening. Yours can be
applied to paper or T-shirts.
Class meets Tuesdays (morning
and afternoons). Call 287-5957 or
stop by building 180, Fort Clayton.
English classes
Valent Recreation Center
announces the start of new English
classes Monday.
The center offers beginners
instruction from 9-10 a.m. Monday
through Thursday. Intermediate
level class meets from 10-11 a.m.
Reserve space today. For info call
287-4201/6500.
ACS orientation
ACS will sponsor a "Welcome to
Panama" orientation Tuesday. The
program will begin at 8 a.m. at the
Fort Clayton NCO Club. Reserve
your space early. Call 285-6517.


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Talent/star search
The annual Talent/Star Search
show will be at Valent Recreation
Center, Fort Clayton Saturday at 7
p.m.
Over 16 acts have signed up to
compete for prizes to be awarded
dancers, musicians, singers, specialty
acts.

Chess players
Do you play chess? Valent
Recreation Center is seeking Chess
players to start a club. Call
287-4201/6500.

Scuba diving
Discover the fascinating world of
scuba diving! The CRD Outdoor
Recreation Branch offers monthly
classes, both PADI and NAUI.
The next sessions are scheduled for
Monday. Stop by the Scuba Center
(building 178) to make your
arrangements. For info call 287-
5858.

Video class
A video class is being held at the
Fort Clayton Arts & Crafts Center.
The class is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday, by appointment. Call 287-
5957 or stop by Building 180, Fort
Clayton.




Pottery course
Pat Garrett will teach a basic
pottery course at the Fort Davis
Crafts Center. The first of two
sessions will be Aug. 28, 6-8 p.m. The
remaining classes will all be held
Sept. 11, 18, and 25 at the same time.


Sne second session wiU oegln sept.
2 at 10 a.m. to noon. The remainder
of those classes will also be held Sept.
9, 16 and 23. For more information
call 289-5104.
Auto care
The Fort Davis Arts & Crafts
Center offers headlight adjustment
sessions. Join in Friday from 1-4 p.m.
Learn how to trouble shoot, check
the circuit, change and adjust your
auto's headlights. Call 289-5104.
The automotive section will
feature classes on the Charging
System Sept. 1 and 29.





Dance, music lessons
Modern dance and classical ballet
and tap classes will begin Aug. 28 at
the Pacific Theater Arts Center in
Curundu.
Classes include beginners,
intermediate and advanced levels.
Piano, guitar and voice lessons are
also available. Courses are scheduled
for after duty or school. Students
must bring their guitar.
Classes begin Aug. 28. Call 286-
3152 to register.


FORT SHERMAN

Augmentee events
The Ocean Breeze Center at Fort
Sherman is conducting weekly events
for the augmentees.
Join in Sundays for a pool tourney
at 1 p.m., Wednesday for dominoes
at 1 p.m., and ping pong is featured
Friday. Join in Saturday at 1 p.m.
for a game of Spades.
The center is also having a Gatun
Lock tour Fridays.
In addition, join in for movies at
6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday.


Sailing class
The Fort Sherman Scuba & Boat
Rental Center will conduct a Sailing
Class Aug. 26. Instruction begins at
10 a.m. at the Fort Sherman lagoon.
Session is limited to three persons, so
register soon. Call 289-6104.
The center also has weekly
"Outboard Motor Operation" classes
at 10 a.m. Advance registration is
required. Contact the center from 2-5
p.m.




Support center
Howard AFB/Albrook AFS
Family Support Center has a variety
of events scheduled for August.
Reservations are required for all of
the programs, and can be made by
calling 284-5650 or dropping by
building 707 here.
"You Asked For It" -- Join FSC
for a relaxing day of fun and
educational workshops, including


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Panamanian Cuisine, Interior
Decorating, Space A Travel to South
America and more. Make free child
care reservations starting
Wednesday. The event takes place
Aug. 30 at the Zodiac Recreation
Center from 8 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Outdoor recreation
The Howard Outdoor Recreation
Section is currently offering the
following classes on an on-going
basis.
Water aerobic class -- Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, 6 to 7
p.m.
Preschool swimming class -- 3 to 5
year olds, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday, 2 to 3 p.m.
Events being offered during
August are:
Today -- Discover scuba diving
courses at the Howard Pool, 6 p.m.
Monday -- Scuba diving classes
start at the Howard Pool, 6 p.m.
For more information call 284-
3569 or 286-3555.

Arts/crafts
The Howard Arts and Crafts
Center is offering the following
classes and special events during
August.
Today through Sunday -- 1989
Photography Contest entries
exhibition.
Today -- Vinegar etching class,
10:30 a.m.
All activities will take place in
Building 711. For more information,
call 284-6361/ 6345.
Zodiac classes
The Zodiac Recreation Center is
currently offering the following
classes:
Piano lessons from 10 a.m. to
12:30 p.m., Wednesday and Friday;
and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Thursday.
Shotokan karate classes for
children from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesday
and Thursday, and from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m., Saturday.
For adults from 7 to 8:30 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday, and from
5:30 to 7 p.m., Saturday.
Tae kwon do martial arts classes
for children from 6 to 7 p.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For adults from 7 to 8 p.m., Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Afternoon beginner English
classes are given from 2 to 3:30 p.m.,
each Tuesday and Thursday.
All active duty, retired military,
Department of Defense civilians and
family members are eligible to
participate. A small fee will be
charged for each of the classes. For
more information, call
284-6161/6109.


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Free movies
The U.S. Naval Station Panama
Canal, Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Center is offering free
movies for All Hands and
dependents. The movies will be
played at Crews' Lounge, Building
88. and MCSFCo classroom.
Building 3005.
Two different features are shown
each night, one at 7 p.m. and another
at 9 p.m.
Boating class
A Boston Whaler class will be held
Saturday. It's sponsored by the U.S.
Na\al Station Panama Canal MWIR.
Sign up at building 65. MWR main
olfice. For details call 283-5307.


Jazzercise class
The Jazzercise class will begin
Aug. 29 at the Cocoli Community
Center. Get into shape with this
aerobics program. The class meets
Tuesday through Friday at 10:30
a.m. Call 287-3010.
Cocoli events
Cocoli Community Center is
having activities for first through
sixth graders. On Mondays and
Wednesday movies will be featured
from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Crafts will be featured
Wednesday, followed by fun games
Tuesday and Thursdays. In
addition, birthdays will be celebrated
on the last Friday of the month.
Call 287-3010 for more details.


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things to do


Sailing courses
Sailing courses are being ol'cred
by the U.S. Naval Station Panama
Canal MWR. Sign up at building 65.
For information call 283-5307.




Arts and crafts
The Albrook Arts and Crafts
center will offer the following classes
and special events during August.
Today -- Beginners clay flower
class, 2 p.m. For more information,
call 286-3279.
TOPS meeting
There will be a "Take Off Pounds
Sensibly" meeting Tuesday evenings
at the Albrook Chapel from 6-7:15
p.m. Everyone is invited to attend
TOPS' open house Aug. 29.
For more information call Susan
Jefferson at 282-3631.
Teacher needed
The Albrook Youth Center is
currently seeking a qualified tennis
instructor. Interested persons should
call 286-3618/3195.


FORT ESPINAR


Pixie Theater show
The Atlantic Pixie Theater will
present "The Handwriting on the
Wall" tonight at The Loft Theater.
This production concludes the
summer program. The evening will
include a piano solo, ballet, and a
fashion show and lip sync. Families
are invited to attend at 6:30 p.m.
Admission is free.

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I club calendar


Howard NCO Club - Mon.,
membership night, open at 5:30.
Naval Station O' Club - Fri. & Wed.,
5-7 p.m., social hour; Mon. & Sun.,
mom's night out; membership
appreciation night.
Naval Station Anchorage Club -
Fri.& Tues., social hour, 4-6 p.m.
Sat., grill sandwich bar, 8-10 p.m.,
Sun., 1-10:30 p.m.
Naval Station CPO Club - Fri. &
Wed., social hour, 4-6 p.m; Mon.,
closed.
Bamboo Inn - Mon. & Fri., social
hour, 5-6 p.m.
Ft. Amador O'Club - Available for
special events on Wed., Fri., & Sat.
disco, 8-12 p.m.
Bayview Room & Waterfront Inn -
Fri., happy hour, 4-6 p.m.
STRAC Club - Open Mon.-Thurs.,
4:30-10 p.m.; Fri., 4:30-11:30 p.m.;
Wed.- Fri., social hour with hot
snacks, 4:30-6 p.m.; Fri., with DJ.;
Sat., club open.
Clayton NCO Club - Fri., 4:30-8
p.m., social hour, free snacks.
Ft. Sherman Cadre Lounge - Sat.,
open 5-10 p.m. Enjoy the new variety
disco program.
Ft. Sherman Community Club -
Mon., Tues., Wed., club closed,
available for special functions.
Davis Community Club - Fri., social
hour, 4:30 to 6 p.m.; Wed., Sr.
NCO/Officers' lounge is open 5-10
p.m.; Thurs., 4:30 p.m.-midnight.
Davis Mountain Top Pub -Available
for kiddie parties. Call 289-3506.
Espinar Community Club -
Available for special functions and
parties only. Call 289-5160.
Quarry Heights -Membership Open
House - Fri., Aug. 11, entertainment,
door prizes, hors d'oeurves, 5-7:30
p.m., $5. for non-members, members
free; available for special events and
functions. Call 282-4380.


Howard O'Club - 6-9 p.m: Fri.,
prime rib/seafood; Sat., prime rib &
shrimp; Sun. & Mon., closed; 6-8:30


p.m: Tues., 2 for 1 steak night; Wed.,
Mexican night; Thurs., Cajun night.
Howard NCO Club - Fri., surf & turf
5:30-9 p.m.; Sun., dining 5:30-8:30;
Mon. closed; Tues., Mexican night;
Wed.-Thurs.-& Sat., a la carte
dining.
Naval Station Officers' Club - Fri. &
Sat., prime rib; Sun., a la carte
dining; Mon., seafood night; Tues.,
turkey croissant; Wed., pork chop;
Thurs., Porterhouse steak.
Naval Station Anchorage Club - Fri.
& Sat., prime rib; Sun., grill
sandwich bar 4-9 p.m.; Mon. &
Thurs., chicken in the basket; Tues.,
spaghetti night; Wed., Mongolian
stir fried night.
Naval Station CPO Club - Fri.-Sun.-
Tues.-& Wed., a la carte dining; Sat.,
seafood platter; Mon., lasagna night;
Thurs., sirloin steak.
Quarry Heights - Tues., steak night,
7-9 p.m.; Wed. & Thurs.,
membership appreciation discount;
Fri., Chateaubriand; Sat., seafood
feast; Reservations recommended.
Amador O'Club - Thurs. 6-9 p.m.,
Mongolian BBQ; closed holidays
and Mon.
Bayview Room & Waterfront Inn -
Fri., tacos, 5-8 p.m.; Sat., lobster
thermidor, variety music.
Albrook O'Club - Fri. & Sat., 6-9
p.m., prime rib & seafood; Sun.,
dining room closed, try our new
Lounge Menu; Mon. Mongolian BBQ;
Tues., dining room closed, burgers in
the bar 5:30-8:30 p.m.; 6-8:30 p.m:
Wed., Mexican night; Thur., 2 for 1
steak night.
Clayton NCO Club - Casa Maria,
Mexican food specials Mon.-Wed. 5-
9 p.m., Fri., 5-10 p.m.; Tues. - Sat.,
dining, 5-9 p.m.
Red Door - Open every day.
Sherman Community Club - Tues.-
Sun., pizza garden is open 4-10 p.m.
La Vista dining room is open Fri.,
chateaubriand for 2 5:30-9:30 p.m.;
Sat., seafood special, 6-9 p.m. Sat.,
open for fast food 5:30-10 p.m.
Davis Community Club - Fri.,
international dining in the Caoba
Cafe, Mexican night; Thurs.,
Mongolian BBQ, disco follows BBQ.
Davis Mountain Top Pub - Thurs.-
Sun., pizza & chicken delivery 5-9:30
p.m.


Howard O' Club - Fri., Disco,
8-midnight.
Howard NCO Club - Variety disco in
Ballroom: Fri. & Sat. 8 p.m.-2 a.m.;
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-& Wed. 7-
midnight; Casual Cove Discos: Fri.
& Sat., rock & roll 9 p.m.-l a.m.;
salsa 7-midnight; 8-midnight: Mon.
& Tues., variety; Wed. & Thurs.,
western.
Naval Station O'Club - Fri., DJ 5-
midnight; Mon. - Sun., live
entertainment.
Naval Station Anchorage Club -Fri.,
DJ 6 p.m.-1 a.m.; Sat., DJ, 8-
midnight; Tues. movie night 7:30
p.m.
Naval Station CPO Club - Fri., DJ, 7
p.m.-1 a.m. Sun., movie day 1-6 p.m.
Bayview Room & Waterfront Inn -
Mon., 7 p.m., pepperoni pizza, game
night; Wed., 6-10 p.m. hors d'oevres,
ladies night, DJ; Thurs., pounder
burger w/french fries, games night.
Bamboo Inn - Fri., live band starting
at 7 p.m.
Albrook O'Club -Fri., DJ, 9:30 p.m.-
1 a.m.; Sat., disco 9:30-1:30 a.m.;
Sun., German Rosch during brunch
Clayton NCO Club - Fri. & Sat.,
C&W in the Corral from 7 p.m;
Mon., closed.
Corner Post Lounge - Sun., variety
music, oldies but goodies, 6-9 p.m.
Ft. Sherman Community Club - Fri.,
entertainment until 8 p.m.; Atlantic
blue & gold Boy Scouts awards
ceremony until 10 p.m.
Davis Community Club - Fri., disco;
Sat., land & sea special, Caoba Cafe
until 9:30 a.m.


Howard O' Club - Mon.-Fri. 11:00
a.m.-l p.m.
Howard NCO Club - Mon.-Fri.,
from 11 a.m.-l:30 p.m.
Naval Station O'Club - Mon.-Sat. 11
a.m.-l:30 p.m.
Naval Station Anchorage Club -
Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sat., grill
sandwich bar, 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun.,
1-10:30 p.m.
Quarry Heights - Mon.-Fri. lunch


specials from 11:30 a.m.-l p.m.;
Amador O'Club - Mon.- Fri. from
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. lunch specials.
Bamboo Inn - Lunch specials, 11
a.m.-2 p.m., Mon.-Sat.
Albrook O' Club - Mon.-Fri. from 11
a.m.-1 p.m.
Clayton Guest House - Tues.-Fri.,
lunch specials from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Clayton NCO Club - Mon. - Fri.
lunch specials from 11:30 a.m.-l p.m.
Davis Community Club - Tues.-Fri.,
lunch specials from 11:30 a.m.-1
p.m.; closed Mon.
Sherman Community Club - Once a
month lunch specials 11 a.m.-1 p.m.


Howard NCO Club -Mon.-Fri., 6-9
a.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-l p.m., sit down
breakfast.
Naval Station Anchorage Club -
Mon.-Fri. 6:30-11:00 a.m.
Quarry Heights O'Club - Mon. &
Fri., 6:30-8:30 a.m.; Sat., 8-10 a.m..


Howard NCO Club - 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Howard O'Club - 10 a.m.-l p.m.,
Aug. 20.
Naval Station O'Club - 10:30 a.m.-
1:30 p.m.
Amador O'Club - 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Albrook O'Club - 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Clayton NCO Club -10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Sherman Community Club - 11 a.m.-
2 p.m., once a month.
Davis Community Club -10 a.m.-l
p.m.


Howard O'Club - Wed. at 6 p.m.
Howard NCO Club - Sun. at 2 p.m.;
every Wed. at 6 p.m.
Naval Station Anchorage Club -
Thurs. at 7 p.m.
Naval Station CPO Club - Tues. at 5
p.m.
Clayton NCO Club -Sun., 4 p.m.;
Tues., 5:30 p.m.
Davis Community Club - Sun., 3
p.m.; Wed., 7 p.m.


notices


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Spanish worship
The Church of God has a Spanish
worship service Thursdays at 7 p.m.
and Sunday at 11 a.m.
Bible study in Spanish is offered
Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Services are
held at The Church of God
Servicemen's Center, 0603 Gaillard
Highway in Balboa. They are located
next to the PCC Training Center.
Call 287-3622/4135 for details.


Summer Sunday school
The Howard/Kobbe Chapel offers
a Summer Sunday School at 10:45
a.m. each Sunday. For more
information, call 284-3948.

Evangelistic service
Everyone is invited to attend the
Great Evangelistic services at
Howard AFB Chapel (Church of
God in Christ).
Services will be held Wednesday
through Friday starting at 7 p.m. For
more information call 284-4996.

Writing contest
The 1989 Military History Writing
Contest is open to all students
attending officer advanced courses
and the Sergeants Major Academy
during 1989.
Unpublished manuscripts of 2,000
to 3,000 words are eligible. Papers
must develop a military history
related theme. Entries must be typed
and double-spaced.
Five prizes, ranging from $500 to


$100, are available. Entries are
judged by military historians based
on the usefulness of the article to
today's Army leader: originality,
historical accuracy, documentation,
style and rhetoric.
Entries must be postmarked by
midnight Dec. 31. Sergeants Major
Academy, advanced course title,
course number, dates of course
attendance, and forwarding address
upon completion of the course must
be included.
Send two copies of the manuscript,
along with, any accompanying
photographs, maps, or other
graphics, to the U.S. Army Center of
Military History, Attn: Writing
Contest, Washington, D.C. 20314-
0200. Contest winners will be
announced about March 31.

Albrook Thrift Shop

The Albrook Thrift Shop is now
open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday
and Thursday. Consignments are
welcome.


Contract bids
The USARSO consolidated
chaplains fund is now accepting bids
for their non-personnal service
contracts for the upcoming fiscal
year that will begin Oct.l. Questions
should be directed to the Fund
Manager, Chaplain (Maj.) Wayne
Strohschein at 282-3771.


Marina hours
The marina at the U.S. Naval
Station Panama Canal has changed
its working schedule.
New hours are: Monday through
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Saturday, Sunday and holidays from
6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tropic Times
Extra copies of the July 24
Special Edition of the Tropic
Times are available. Anyone
desiring a copy or copies should
contact SFC Bala at 282-3518.











notices


Protestant gospel
Protestant gospel services will
begin at Fort Espinar chapel Sept. 10
at 11:15 a.m. Gospel choir rehearsal
are be held every Thursday at the
Fort Davis chapel, 6:30 p.m. For
more information call 289-3319.

School registration
School starts August 24 for all
DoDDS students. If your children
are not already registered, including
kindergarten, please contact the
nearest school as soon as possible.
Take travel orders or sponsorship
letter and ID cards with you. A birth
certificate will also be required for
kindergarten registration.

ACS classrooms
Army Community Services
Family Member Employment
Program is organizing classrooms
for family members.
One classroom will be located in
Valent Recreation Center, Fort
Clayton and the second one will be at
Cocoli Community Center. Classes
for teenagers and military spouses
will soon be starting.
Instruction will include typing and
skills to perform in an office
environment. Call 285-5658 to
reserve space.

Driving slowly
The 1989-90 DODDS year begins
Thursday. School buses will be
moving throughout the housing
areas and many children will be going
to school, some for the first time.
They will be walking, riding
bicycles and skateboards.
Give the kids a break! Drive slowly
-children move fast.


CDS part-day
Child Development Services is
accepting applications for teachers
and teacher's aides for the Part-day
Preschool program at Fort Sherman
and Margarita Complex.
Applicants should have an
associate's degree and some
professional child care experience.
Aides need to have at least a high
school diploma and also have some
experience working with children.
Applications are being accepted at
Margarita Complex in room 28
Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. For more information
contact Cynthia Johnson at
2894511.


CDS free meals
Child Development Services
Atlantic and Pacific communities are
offering free meals and snacks for the
hourly care programs.
Parents no longer are required to
pay for meals and snacks at Child
Development Centers located at
building 39, Fort Clayton and
building 8351, Margarita.
If you have any questions, contact
the CDS nutritionist, Elsa Atencio,
at 287-5657 or 87-6812.

Margarita CDS
Child Development Service's part
day pre-school program registration
is continuing at building 8351,
Margarita. There are openings in the
2'/ year old class which is held
Tuesday and Thursdays; the 3 year
old class. Monday through Friday;
and the 4 vear old class Monday


through Friday. All classes are held
from 9:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. For
additional information call 289-
4511/4898.
Preschool registration
The Howard/ Albrook Preschools
are continuing registration for the
1989/1990 school year. Parents
interested in enrolling their child may
do so at the Howard school, building
42, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., or at the
Albrook school, building 805, from
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through
Friday.
When registering children, parents
must bring the child's immunization
record, passport or birth certificate
and their ID card.
A registration fee will be charged.
Classes are offered to children ages 2
1/2 through 4 years old.
For more information, call 284-
6135 or 286-3133.
Preschool program
Child Development Services,
Part-Day Preschool Program
announces a new Enrichment
Program for children ages 3-5 years.
This program is designed to
enhance a child's development in
areas of science, art, spanish cultural
awareness, fine and gross motor
skills, pre-math concepts,
language/pre-reading, and
music/auditory perception.
The program will concentrate on
one or two developmental areas a
month. Parents can enroll their child
for one or all the months. Children
attending the morning session of
preschool will be provided
transitional care between programs.
September's theme will be
"Developmental Science." Children
will be provided hands-on
experiences with water, sand, soil,
seeds, magnets, tools, insects, wind,
wheels, planes, pulleys, smelling,
tasting, seeing an egg grow into a live
baby chick and much more.
Registration for this program will
be held Aug. 28-29 from 1-3 p.m. at
building 156, Fort Clayton. For
information call 287-5507.
Orientation night
The CDS Part-Day Program at
Fort Clayton will be offering an
orientation night for parents Aug.
31, from 7-8 p.m.
During this time, parents will be
able to meet their child's teacher and
become familiar with the school
policies and procedures, as well as
address any questions.
Lamaze instructor
The Zodiac Recreation Center is
now seeking a certified Lamaze
(prepared childbirth) instructor. For
more information, call
284-6161/6109.

Fort Clayton CDC
The Fort Clayton Child
Development Center announces
expanded hours of operation Friday
evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
The center, located in building 39,
Fort Clayton, is now open until
midnight Fridays. In the past, CDC
operated Friday evenings only when
a minimun number of reservations
were scheduled. Parents may now
make reservations or drop in for
child care with the assurance that the
facility will be operating.
In addition, the CDC opens
Saturday and Sundays. This will be
on a trial basis for a three-month
period. Additional hours Saturday
are 10 a.m.-midnight and Sundays
from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.


Child development
The Howard Child Development
Center still has a few weekly slots
available at the rate of $20 per week.
In addition, anyone interested in
having this weekly made available at
Albrook, 2 1/2 to 10 year olds,
should contact the child
development center at 284-6135. If
there is enough interest, the hours
will be extended and weekly care will
be made available at the Albrook
Preschool.
This program is designed with the
working parent in mind. Included in
the rate is all meals, up to five days of
care, arts and crafts and cooking
experiences.
The CDC will hold a Parent/ Child
Art Workshop at 9 a.m., Saturday, at
the center. The workshop is open to
all parents with children 12 months
to 12 years old.
The CDC is also offering a "Before
and After School Program" which
provides parents of kindergarten to
fifth grade students a child care
alternative to prevent occurrences of
"latch key" children.
For more information, call
284-6135.

EDITOR'S NOTE: If you've
recently had an addition to your
family and would like the birth
announcement published in the
Tropic Times, please provide us
with the necessary information
and mail it to: Tropic Times, APO
34002. Pictures may also be
included, but will become the
property of the Tropic Times.
Also, include your name, rank,
SSN and phone number.
Coco Solo Clinic
The Coco Solo Health Clinic will
resume its previous schedule of
patient transport effective Aug. 28.
On that date, the patient transport
bus will make two daily trips to
Gorgas Army Community Hospital.
For more information call 289-5616.

Command change
Company C, 1st Battalion, 228th
Aviation Regiment "Winged
Warriors" will hold a change of
command Friday at 9 a.m. beside
hangar 4, Fort Kobbe.


Panama Orientation
Are you new to the area? Do you
want to learn more about Panama?
The U.S. Naval Station Panama
Canal, Rodman Family Services
Center is holding their bi-monthly
"Orientation to Naval Station and
Panama" at the Navy Chapel
Thursday and Friday at the Chief
Pettly Officers Club.
This orientation offers newcomers a
chance to learn about the naval
station, the history and culture of
Panama and a chance to sample
native foods and tour some local
sites.
It's open to anyone who is interested
in expanding their knowledge about
the area. For more information call
283-5449/4148. Free child care will
be provided.
DODDS mixer
There will be a DODDS mixer
Friday at the Caoba Cafe, Fort Davis
Community Club, 5-7 p.m. The
mixer will give the Atlantic
community and its leaders the
opportunity to meet and greet new
and returning DODDS teachers.
The price of the event is $4 per
person to be paid at the door. Lt. Col.
Robert Henry will be the guest
speaker. For more information call
287-5181.
Finance class
A checkbook management class
will be held at Valent Recreation
Center, Fort Clayton, Aug. 29. Call
285-5556.
Food drive
The Boy Scouts of America will
sponsor a food drive for the Army
Community Service food locker.
Fred S. Davis started this project to
help earn his Eagle badge.
The food drive runs Sunday
through Sept. 20. Drop-off points
will be at the shoppettes on Fort
Clayton, Albrook AFS and Howard
AFB, the Corozal and Howard AFB
commissaries, Fort Clayton and
Howard AFB chapels, the Fort
Clayton Guest House and the Army
Community Service Branch located
in building 115.
For more information call
287-3835.


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AAFES Manager for concessionaires, rene nruls i(L cwses u uwma wI"n
Expertech Inc. representatives Guillermo Tapia (center) and Ricardo
Marques. Wednesday, Expertech became the new concessionaire for
automotive repairs at the Clayton Garage. According to Marques and
Tapia, Expertech has assembled a team of select personnel who will be
oriented toward improving service.


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tv guide


Saturday

7:00 a.m. CNN Headline News
7:30 Just For Kids!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Huckleberry Hound & Friends
Denver
Jem
Alvin & The Chipmunks
Nickelodeon Movie..."The Good, The Bad And
Huckleberry Hound." (97 min.)
11:30 America's Top 10
Noon CNN Headline News
12:30 p.m. Motorweek
1:00 Major League.Baseball
4:00 The Untouchables
4:55 Community Bulletin
5:00 WWF Superstars Of Wrestling
5:45 Wheel of Fortune
6:10 Star Search
7:00 Prime Time Live
8:00 NFL Pre-Season Football
11:00 Saturday Night Live
12:30 a.m. Videolink
1:15 SCN All Night Movies..."zotz."(90 min.)
2:50 SCN All Night Movies..."The Flame And The
Arrow."(93 min.)
4:25 Austin City Limits
5:25 A New Beginning


6:00 a.m.
6:30
7:00
7:58
8:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:30
Noon
2:40 p.m.
3:40
4:40
5:25
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:15
7:45


CNN Headline News
Christopher Closeup
The Coral Ridge Hour
Community Bulletin
CBS Sunday Morning
Ebony/Jet Showcase
Meet The Press
This Week With David Brinkley
CNN Headline News
WWF Survivor Series (157)
American Race Series
Country Clips
Public People, Private Lives
Community Bulletin
CNN Headline News
75th Anniversary of the Panama Canal
Little House On The Prairie
Married With Children
SCN Sunday Night Movie..."We Are The
Children." (99 min.)
Community Bulletin
CNN Headline News
Entertainment This Week
AFRTS Overnight


dMonday

5:00 a.m. CNN Headline News
5:30 NBC At Sunrise
6:00 NBC Today Show
8:00 Morning Stretch
8:25 Sesame Street
9:25 Size Small-Island
9:50 Frugal Gourmet
10:15 CNN Headline Newsbreak
10:30 USA Today - TV
11:00 Classic Concentration
11:30 Fight Back
11:55 Community Bulletin
Noon CNN Headline News
12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report
12:30 Sports Machine
1:00 Another World
2:00 Oprah Winfrey...Battered Women. (mature theme)
2:50 Star Trek
3:40 CNN Newsbreak
3:55 Square One
4:25 Guiding Light
5:10 General Hospital
5:55 Community Bulletin
6:00 SCN Evening Report
6:30 ABC World News
7:00 Pre-Season Football
10:00 NBC Nightly News
10:30 NBC Tonight Show
11:30 Late Night With David Letterman
12:30 a.m. Nightline
1:00oo AFRTS Overnight



Tuesday


5:00 a.m.
5:30
6:00
8:00
8:25
8:50
9:15


CNN Headline News
NBC At Sunrise
NBC Today Show
Morning Stretch
The Adventures Of The Galaxy Rangers
The Roadrunner Show
Trapper John


10:15
10:30
11:00
11:30
11:55
Noon
12:20 p.m.
12:30
1:00
2:00
2:50
3:40
3:55
4:25
5:10
5:55
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:30
9:25
9:30
10:00
10:30
1 :30
12:30 a.m.
1:00


:00u a.m.
5:30
6:00
8:00
8:25
9:25
9:50
10:15
10:30
11:00
11:30
11:55
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12:20 p.m.
12:30
1:00
2:00
2:50
3:40
3:55
4:25
5:10
5:55
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:25
7:50

9:25
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:30
12:30 a.m.
1:00


CNN Headline Newsbreak
USA Today - TV
Classic Concentration
Guinness World Records
Community Bulletin
CNN Headline News
SCN Midday Report
CNN Sports Tonight
Another World
Donahue...Counseling In Suicide. (mature theme)
Star Trek
CNN Headline Newsbreak
3-2-1 Contact
Guiding Light
General Hospital
Community Bulletin
SCN Evening Report
ABC World News Tonight
Jeopardy
Sixty Minutes
St. Elsewhere
Community Bulletin
NBC Nightly News
Entertainment Tonight
NBC Tonight Show
Late Night With David Letterman
Nightline
AFRTS Overnight


CNN Headline News
NBC At Sunrise
NBC Today Show
Morning Stretch
Sesame Street
The Berenstain Bears
Secret City
CNN Headline Newsbreak
USA Today - TV
Classic Concentration
Barney Miller
Community Bulletin
CNN Headline News
SCN Midday Report
CNN Sports Tonight
Another World
Oprah Winfrey...Male Mid-Life Crisis.
Star Trek
CNN Headline Newsbreak
Soapbox With Tom Cottle
Guiding Light
General Hospital
Community Bulletin
SCN Evening Report
ABC World News Tonight
Jeopardy
Just The 10 Of Us
SCN Wednesday Night Movie..."Smash-Up
On Interstate 5."(95 min.)
Community Bulletin
NBC Nightly News
Entertainment Tonight
NBC Tonight Show
Late Night With David Letterman
Nightline
AFRTS Overnight


Thursday


5:00 a.m.
5:30
6:00
8:00
8:25
8:50
9:15
10:15
10:30
11:00
11:30
11:55
Noon
12:20 p.m.
12:30
1:00
2:00
2:50
3:40
3:45
4:00
4:25
5:10
5:55
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:25
7:50
8:15
8:40
9:29
9:05


CNN Headline News
NBC At Sunrise
NBC Today Show
Morning Stretch
The Woody Woodpecker
The Flintstone Kids
The Love Boat
CNN Headline Newsbreak
USA Today - TV
Classic Concentration
Ask Dr. Ruth (mature theme)
Community Bulletin
CNN Headline News
SCN Midday Report
CNN Sport Latenight
Another World
Donahue...Schizophrenia.
Star Trek
Community Bulletin
CNN Headline Newsbreak
Mr. Wizard's World
Guiding Light
General Hospital
Community Bulletin
SCN Evening Report
ABC World News Tonight
Jeopardy
Mr. Belvedere
Growing Pains
Head Of The Class
Murphy Brown
Community Bulletin
The Tracey Ullman Show


9:30
10:00
10:30
11:30
12:30 a.m.
1:00


NBC Nightly News
Entertainment Tonight
NBC Tonight Show
Late Night With David Letterman
Nightline
AFRTS Overnight


Friday

5:00 a.m. CNN Headline News
5:30 NBC At Sunrise
6:00 NBC Today Show
8:00 . Morning Stretch
8:25 Pac Man
8:50 Mork & Mindy
9:20 Incredible Hulk
10:15 CNN Headline Newsbreak
10:30 USA Today - TV
11:00 Classic Concentration
11:30 Alice
11:55 Community Bulletin
Noon CNN Headline News
12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report
12:30 CNN Sports Latenight
1:00 Another World
2:10 Oprah Winfrey...Wife Workaholics.
2:50 Star Trek
3:40 CNN Headline Newsbreak
3:55 Degrassi Junior High
4:25 Guiding Light
5:10 General Hospital
5:55 Community Bulletin
6:00 SCN Evening Report
6:30 ABC World News Tonight
7:00 Jeopardy
7:25 227
7:50 Magnum P.I.
8:40 Miami Vice
9:30 NBC Nightly News
10:00 Entertainment Tonight
10:30 NBC Tonight Show
11:30 Late Night With David Letterman
12:30 a.m. Nightline
1:00 Pre-Season Football
4:00 SCN All Night Movies..."Only The Valiant."
(105 min.)
5:50 Videolink


Movies On SCN-TV
"We Are The Children." Two Americans, an
idealistic young doctor and a brash television
journalist fall in love amidst the heartbreak of the
Ethiopian famine. Stars Ted Danson and Ally
Sheedy.
"Smash-Up On Interstate 5." Destinies of
complete strangers come together when they're
part of a massive crash on a southern California
freeway at the close of a holiday weekend. Stars
Robert Conrad and Buddy Ebsen.
"The Good, The Bad and Huckleberry Hound."
Huck goes west during the gold rush days. When
he gets there he is made sheriff to take care of the
notorious Dalton gang.
"Zotz." A professor of ancient languages gets
an old coin with magical powers that makes
people move in slow motion and causes other
mystical things to happen. Stars Tom Poston.
"The Flame And The Arrow." Dardo is an
independent mountaineer who mobilizes his town
against its unjust ruler in 12th century Italy. Stars
Burt Lancaster.
"Only The Valiant." A hated cavalry officer
regains the respect of his men by staving off a
violent attack by Apache indians. Stars Gregory
Peck, Gig Young and Ward Bond.

Changes On SCN-TV
Pre-Season Football joins the SCN-TV schedule this
week on Saturday, Monday and Friday nights. Consult
the SCN-TV Guide for times and teams. With the
addition of pre-season football some changes to our
regular schedule had to be made.
Sports ON SCN-TV
Saturday
I p.m. BASEBALL: Boston vs. Milwaukee or Los
Argeles vs. N.Y. Mets. (3 hrs.)
5p.m. WRESTLING: WWF wresting excite-
ment.
8 p.m. NFL PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL: Denver
vs. San Francisco. (3 hrs.)
Sunday
Noon WWF SURVIVOR SERIES: World Wres-
tling Federation favorites. (2.5 hrs.)
2:40 p.m. AMERICAN RACE SERIES: Racing.

Monday
7 p.m. PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL: Washington
vs. Minnesota.











Tropic Times
Aug. 18, 1989 1 7


Continued from Page 12

Juan Diaz Area: Jardin 01 Ip ico/Edlficio A
Santa Clara & Ave. Arosemena
La Pulida (Entrance)
Villa Guadalupe:
Calle A & Circunvalacion
Calle M & Circunvalacion
Calle "P" Iglesia (El Cristo)
Paraiso, Caja de Ahorros(Across)
Las Cumbres: La Hacienda Restaurant
Entrada de Los Caobos
Calle 5 Entrada
Entrada de Las Glorietas
Cuirbrecito Entrada
San Isidro, BS Entrada
Los Andes #2 Entrada Soberano
Los Andes #1 Entrada
Make turn at Lurias and proceed to:
Villa De Las Fuentes #1 Neptuno Bldg.
Via El Fuente / Ave 23E - N Casa #21
La Gloria, Ave 21C - N & C/ 75A- 0
Villa Caceres:
Ave 21E - N & C-/ 76 (Buenos Aires)
C / 76 & Ave 18E - N (Rio Janiero)
Ave 20F - N C / 78D (Salvador)
Ave 20F - N & 78E (Salvador)
Ave 18G - N & Ave 18E - N (Janiero)
Alto de Betania:
C / 75-0 & Ave 12D - N (Super / Klin)
C /74 & C / 15C - N
CLRUNDU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CLRLNDU ELEMENTARY S-CHOL
Villa De Las Fuentes #1 Neptuno Bldg.
Via El Fuente / Ave 23E - N Casa #21
La Gloria, Ave 21C - N & C/ 75A- 0
Villa Caceres:
Ave 21E - N & C / 76 (Buenos Aires)
Ave 21E - N & C / 76
C / 78E Salvador & C / 78D Salvador
Ave 18G-N & Ave 21C-N & C/75A-0
Altos de Betania
Ave 18G-N & Ave 12D-N (Super/Klin)
Los Andes #1 & #2 Entrance -Across
San Isidro Entrada
Villa Glorgina
Las Cumbres:
Las Currbresitas Entrance
Las Glorietas Entrance
Calle 4 Entrance
Los Caobos Entrance
La Hacienda Restaurant
P13 Ave E.T Lefreve (Mickey Mouse)
Ave E.T Lefevre P/Brisas/C
SANTA ELENA
Calle Taller Tello Prez
Calle /9
RIO ABAJO:
Calle /19 Entrance
Ca le /16 Entrance
Calle /16 Church
Ave 6B-N & C/13
Ave 6B-N & C/11-1/2
La Pulida Ave 4-N & C/9
C/9 & .Via Espana
C/5 & Via Espana
Las Sabanas :
La Pradera & Via Espana
La Loma Ceirento Panama
Vista Hermosa:
Calle /64 & Ave 3A-N (M/Asiatico)
Calle /64 & 8C-N (School)
El [ngenio:
Ave 12C-N (Bodega Francisco)
Ave 12C-N ( Banco General)
DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
P13 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOD-
El Ingenio:
Ave 12C-N (Banco General)
Ave 12C-N (Bodega francisco)
Vista Herrmosa:
Calle /64 & Ave 8C-N
Calle /64 & Ave 3A-N (M/Asiatico)
La Loma- Calle /66 Cemento Panama
Parque Lefevre:
Ave E.T Lefevre (Micky Mouse)
Ave E.T. Lefevre P/Brisas/C
Santa Elena:
Calle/E (Tello Perez)
Calle #9
Ave 3-S Logia Amorc Corner
Rio Abajo:
Calle /19 & Via Espana 8S
Calle /16 Entrance
Calle /16 Church
Ave 6B-N & C/13
Ave 6B-N & C/ 11-1/2
La Rosita, Ave La Pulida ,C/4 & C/9
Calle /9 & Via espana
Calle /5 & Via Espana
Las Sabanas, La Pradera & Via Espana
PI4 Via Porras:
Villa Lilla Entrance
Teatro Roosevelt
Calle 72-E
Altos del Golf, Ave 3C-S & Via Porras
Coco Del Mar:
Ave 3K-S & Cincuentenario
Calle 79A-E & Cincuentenario
San Francisco:
Ave %A-S & C/76 (Marrlott)
Calle 74 & C/50
Calle 71 & C/50
Calle 67 & C/50
Calle 67 & Ave 3B-S & C/67-C/65E
Via Porras ( Bahia Azul)
Via Porras & C/62A & Ave IA-S
El Carmen:
Via Porras Ave IC-N-C/Garcla
Ave 3C-N Edificio Galimar
Via Brazil Clinica El carren
Via Brazil & Ave 6C-N Corner
DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Clayton Nursery Pickup Route 1015-1115
Clayton Nursery Return Route 1315-1345
Nursery bus service must terminate by 1345
to permit arrival at Curundu ES prior to
dismissal of classes
P14 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCH-OO
El Carmen:
Via Brazil & Clinica El Carmen
Ave 3C-N Galimar Edif Across
Ave IC-N & Via Porras, Clinica Garcias
San Francisco:
Villa Lilla &Via Porras Entrance
Via Porras Teatro Roosevelt
Via Porras C/72-E
Altos del Golf, Ave 3C-S & Via Porras
Coco Del Mar:
Ave 3K-S & Cincuentenario


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San Francisco:
Ave 5A-S & C/76 ( Marriott) Arr
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C/71 & C/50 Arr
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Via Porras (Bahia Azul) Arr
Via Porras C/62-E ( Car Wash) Arr
Carrasquilla, C/62-A & Ave IA-S Arr
COvJNITIES SEVED: Paltilla - Code 59 - Code 30
P15 Paitilla: Via Israel & C/57 (Kodak Shack) Dep
Calle 50 & C/56 Dep
Clinica Paitilla'BS Main Dep
Via Italia (HolidaY Inn) Dep
Via Italia C/53A, 2d Entrance Dep
Via Italia Edif Brisa Marina Dep
Via Italia Plaza Paitilla BS Dec
El Cangrejo C/61A-0 Edificio Liliana Dep
DIABLO ELEMENTARY SQCOOL Arr
P15 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SO-iOL Dep
Paitilla:Calle 50 & C/56 Arr
Via Israel & C/57 ( Kodak Snack) Arr
Clinica Paltilla -BS Main Arr
Via Italia (Holiday Inn) Arr
Via Italia C/53A 2d Entrance Arr
Via Italia Edifico Brisa Marina Arr
Via Italia Plaza Paitilla BS Arr
El Canqrejo, C/61-0 Edificio Liliana Arr
P16 Perejil Via Espan C39-0 Dep
Escuela IJA Dep
Bella Vista:
Ave Cuba & C/35 Dep
Ave Arosenena & C/27 Dep
Ave. Arosemena & C/33- C/38 Dep
Ave Colombia & C/45 ( La Exitosa) Dep
Carrpo Alegre:
Ave 5S 7C/49E Dep
C/49 (LLOYD'S BANK) Dep
Ave 4A-S & Uruguay IBM Dep
El Cangrejo, Ave Manuel Batista (CALI) Dep
Via Argentina:
Calle 498 Dep
Einstein Circle Ave 48-N Dep
Ave 4B-N C/F Edif Amelia Dep
Via Argentina Banco General Dep
DIABLO ELEMENTARY SO-CHD Arr
P16 DIABLO ELvEENTARY SO-OL DeC
Perejil, Via Espana & C/39-0 Arr
Escuela IJA Arr
Bella Vista:
Ave Cuba & C/35 Arr
Ave Arosemena & C/27 Arr
Ave Arosemena &C/33 - C/38 Arr
Ave Colombia & C/45 (La Exitosa) Art
Campo Alegre:
Ave 55 & C/49E Arr
Calle 49 ( LLOYD'S BAN< Arr
Ave 4A-S & Uruguay IBM Arr
El Cangrejo, Ave. Manuel Batista (CALI) Arr
Via Argentina & C/49B Arr
Einstein Circle - Ave 4B-N Arr
Ave 48N, C/F Editc f ella Arr
Via Argentina Banco General Arr
P17 Chorrillo Limits Police Booth BS Dep
Santa Ana Area, Chorrillo P.O. DEp
Calle B & Ave. Ancon (Refugio) DEp
Residencia Ancon /Roosevelt Dep
Ancon Inn Calle J BS Dep
Ave. Nacional ave. J.F. De La Ossa & C/26 Dep
Ave. Nacional - Calle 31 Dep
Balboa, Emoire St. Qtrs. 819X -3209 Dep
Balboa/Gavilan Area:
Qtrs. 1545 Dep
Qtrs. 1525 Dep
Qtrs. 1501 Dep
Akee st. -Qtrs. 1517 Dep
Amador Road (garage) 0900 Dep
BALBOA ELEMENTARY SC-OOL Art
KIDERGADEN P5 Residential Areas Served: Altos Del Chase-
Alameda - Calldonla - Ancon
Chorrillo Limits Police Booht BS Dep
Santa Ana Area, Chorrillo P.O. Dep
Calle B & Ave . Ancon (Refugio) Dep
Residencia Ancon / Roosevelt - Ancon Inn Dep
Ave. Nacional / Ave J.F. De La Ossa & C/26 Dep
Ave. Nacional / Ave J.F. De La Ossa C/31 Dep
Proceed - Via Hospital Santa Fe, Via Friendship Road
Altos Del Chase:
Ave 23B-N Qtrs. 64 Dep
Ave 23B-N & C/72-0 Dep
Ave 238-N & C/73-0 Dep
Calle 74F-0 Qtrs #35 Dep
Calle 74F-0 Qtrs #42. Dep
Calle 74-0 & Ave 21-B Dep
Calle 72 & Ave 21-B Dep
Dos Mares Area Playground BS Dep
Las mercedes, C/68, Qtrs 71 & 90 Dep
La Alameda: Edificio Altazor Dep
Entrance Of C/18 -1/2 & C/63G-0 Dep
Chalet #31 Dep
Edlficio Allesandria Dep
Via Soberania & Via Brazil #108-8 Dep
La Loceria, C/61-0 & Ave. 19A Dep
Ancon / Frangipani St. Qtrs 435 -445 Dep
Ancon Herrlck Rd. Qtrs 0202 & 0208 Dep
Ancon Carter's Place (Stairway) Dep
Ancon Manzanllo Place, Qtrs 513 & 524 Dep
BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCHO- Arr
P17 BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCO-OL Dep
Balboa / Empire St. Qtrs 819X - 3209 Arr
Gavilan Area 1545/1525/1501/1517 Arr
Amador Riad (Garage) #0900 Arr
Chorrillo Limits Police Booht BS Arr
P.O. Huerta Sandoval - Refugio Art
Residencia Ancon Art
Ancon Inn -Calle "J" Arr
Ave Nacional, C/26 -C/31 Art
P18 Bazar Pepe C/71 ( El Dorado ) Dep
Tony Roma's Bldg C/71 (El Dorado) Dep
Dos mares, Playground (Bus Stop) Dep
Las mercedes C/68C-0 Casa #71 DeC
Las Mercedes C/68C-0 Casa #90 Dep
La alameda: Edificio Don Marco Dep
Edificlo Altazor Dep
Calle 18-1/2 & C/63G-0 Dep
Chalet # 31
Edificio Allessandrla (across) Dep
Soberania: Dep
Via Brazil Chalet #1088 (BS) Dep
BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCH-OL Arr
BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Dep
Bazar Pepe C/71 (el Dorado) Arr
Tony Roma's Bldg. C/71 (El Dorado) Arr
Dos Mares, Playground (BS) Arr
Las Mercedes C/68C-0 Casa #71 Art
Las mercedes C/68C-0 Casa #90 Arr
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' 8 Tropic Times
18 Aug. 18, 1989



NAF now hiringfor accountingposition


COROZAL (USARSO CPO-
NAF) - Those eligible to apply for
Nonappropriated Fund positions
include family members of active
duty military and DOD Civilians
assigned to Panama, off-duty
military and the local civilian
population.
Family members must present the
bilingual ID card issued by U.S.
Forces. Off-duty military must
obtain a letter of permission from
individual unit commanders with
concurrence from the Staff Judge
Advocate. Panamanian citizens must
present their cedula and local
civilians who are not Panamanian
citizens must present documents
reflecting authorization to reside in
the Republic of Panama such as a
Work Permit or Temporary Visitors'
Permit.
NAF positions are filled by the
following methods, in accordance
with AR 215-3:


1. Promotion from among current
Department of the Army NAF
employees;
2. Re-employment of a NAF
employee from the NAF priority list
resulting from a Reduction in Force;
3. Reinstatement of a DOD NAF
employee whose separation was not
for cause;
4. Re-employment of former NAF
employees;
5. Appointment from among


applicants who submit DA Form
3433, Application for Non-
appropriated Fund Employment, in
response to position vacancy
announcements listed on NAF
Promotion Bulletin and Vacancy
Listings.
Applicants for all positions must
submit a completed DA Form 3433
to apply for each position vacancy
for which they wish to be considered.
Reinstatement eligibles should


6933rd ESS schedules events


HOWARD AFB (24TH COMPW-
PA) -- The 6933rd Electronic
Security Squadron will host their
Fourth Anniversary Party at 6 p.m.,
Sept. 30, at the Rodman Officers'
Club.
Former members of the Electronic
Security Command and Air Force
Security Service as well as friends of
the 6933rd ESS are invited to attend.


Also, the 6933rd ESS will sponsor
a Labor Day Showdown to include a
10K, 5K and 1K race. The races start
at 7 a.m., Sept. 2, at the Howard
parade grounds.
Interested people can obtain
registration forms at all gymnasiums
in Panama. For more information on
the above events, call SSgt. Donald
Winner at 284-5118.


attach a copy of their last DA Form
3434, Notification of Personnel
Action, to be eligible to compete for
In Service announcements. Only
reinstatement eligibles and current
employees of the Department of the
Army Nonappropriated Fund
Instrumentalities may compete for In
Service announcements.
Applications for the following
vacancy must be turned in to
CPO/NAF, Building 560, Corozal,
by 4 p.m. on the closing date of the
vacancy listed below. For more
information on the Promotion
Bulletin and Vacancy Listings, you
may call 285-5749/5203 or visit the
CPO/NAF Division. CPO/NAF is
closed to the public on Wednesdays.
NM-0510-09, Operating Ac-
countant, $11.43 per hour, Regular
Full Time, DPCA, CFA, Central
Accounting Office, Fort Clayton.
(One Vacancy). Announcement
closes August 24.


CPO position vacancies

Who can submit applications for permanent positions: Current civilian
employees of: the U.S. Army South and the Army serviced activities, U.S.
Government agencies in the Panama Canal area, qualified reinstatements
eligibles (those persons who previously have worked for the U.S.
government on a permanent basis), U.S. government employees in the
Panama area in a leave without pay status. Candidates with applications in
the CPO applicant supply file will be considered for appropriate vacancies.
Who can submit applications for temporary vacancies: For clerical
positions - only those applicants who have taken the appropriate
examination and have notice of rating. For positions, usually above the
NM-05 level, non-clerical applicants need have taken an examination. For
sensitive position requiring security clearance, applications will be
accepted from U.S. citizens.
How to apply: Applicants must submit application to the Civilian
Personnel Office, Building 560, Room 306, Corozal, by the close of
business on the closing date of the announcement. Employees located in
the Atlantic community must submit applications to the Civilian Personnel
representative at Ft. Davis, by 4 p.m. on Tuesday of the closing date of the
announcement.
The following must be submitted by all interested applicants: 1.
Standard Form 171, Personnal Qualification Statement. 2. Standard
Form 50, Notification of Personnel Action showing your current status. 3.
USARSO Form 106, application for consideration or, in lieu of USARSO
Form 106 - you may submit: A. a current or your latest performance
appraisal, and B. your supplement qualifications addressing knowledge,
skills and abilities (KSAs) described under job related criteria in this
announcement. The information provided in the SF-171 is used for
qualifications determination only. The information you provide on the job
related criteria determines if you are highly qualified and ultimately
referred for consideration to the selecting official. Remember: in job
related criteria tell what, when, where, how, how long and with what results
you acquired the knowledge, skill, or ability.
Method of evaluation: Ranking of eligible candidates to determine the
best qualified will be accomplished by comparing each candidate's
knowledge, skills, and abilities with the job related criteria below.
Supervisory appraisals, experience past performance, training and awards
will be considered in the rating and ranking process. Note: only
information provided in SF 171, USARSO 106 or appraisal and job related
criteria will be used.
Other considerations: positions are subject to priority referrals and
reemployment priority lists. Consideration of candidates for repromotion
will precede efforts to fill the position by competitive procedures. All
qualified applicants will received consideration without regard to race,
religion, color, national origin, marital status, non-disqualifying handicap,
age, sex, political affiliations or other non-merit factors. Additional
information on vacancies is available at the Civilian Personnel Office on
corresponding announcement. Call 285-5201/6954.
PERMANENT POSITIONS VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT EXP REQ TIME-IN-GRADE
AND LOCATION OPEN CLOSE DATE GEN SPEC 1 YR AT:


08-18-89 08-29-89
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST 515-89 N/A 1 YR NM-7
NM-260-09 AT NM-7
DCSPER, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICE
FT. CLAYTON, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE.
SUPVRY CUSTOMS INSPECTOR 516-89 - 1 NM-8
NM-1890-9
MPC CUSTOMS DIVISION
BLDG. 39-C, PIER 18,
SENSITIVE
BALBOA, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE.
INFORMATION SYSTEMS MGMT 518-89 - 1 YR NM-9
SPECIALIST, NM-301-11 AT NM-9
1109TH PLANS & PROJECTS
COROZAL, PANAMA
SENSITIVE
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: 1.
Knowledge of communication systems & procedures
2. Knowledge of automation systems & procedures.
3. Ability to develop, organize and plan diversified information management
projects.


;. Skill in analyzing program requirements & identyfing adjustments needed to
seet objectives.
5. Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
SUPRY INFO SYSTEMS MGMT SPEC. 519-89 - 1 YR NM-13
NM-301-14 NM-13
1109TH PLANS, POLICY & PROJECTS DIVISION
SENSITIVE
COROZAL, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA:
1. Knowledge of Automation and Telecommunication Systems and procedures.
2. Knowledge of information systems, concepts, doctrine, methods, practices,
operation and technology.
3. Ability to plan, direct, coordinate, implement and provide policy guidance
for a broad-based multi-faceted organization.
4. Ability to supervise an organization and implement sound personnel
management and EEO practices.
PRODUCTION CONTROLLER, 521-89 N/A 1 YR. N/A
NM-1152-05 DEVELOPMENTAL 07 EQUIV
41ST AREA SUPPORT GROUP TO NM-4
DOM, MAINT DIVISION
COROZAL, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA:
1. Ability to evaluate and interpret production trends.
2. Ability to plan, set priorities and organize work.
3. Knowledge of support maintenance systems and operations.
4. Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
BINDERY MACHINE OPERATOR LDR 524-89 N/A 1 YR. N/A
ML-4402-9 AS MG.
1109TH US ARMY SIG BDE, 4402-9
PRINTING PLANT
COROZAL, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA:
COMPUTER CLERK(TYP) NM-335-4 525-89 1 - N/A
1109TH USA SIG BDE,
DATA COMMUNICATION BRANCH
SENSITIVE
COROZAL, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE.
COMMUNICATIONS CLERK, NM-394-05 526-89 - 1 YR. N/A


1109TH USA SIG BDE
OPNS DIVISION
SENSITIVE
COROZAL, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE.
INFORMATION PRINTING &
PUBLICATIONS MGMT SPEC, NM-301-11


527-89


USARSO, - DCSIM, BLDG 9,(SENITIVE


USARSO, DCSIM, BLDG 95,(SENSITIVE)
FT. CLAYOTN, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA:
1. Knowledge of information management technology for
and forms systems management.
2. Knowledge of information sources, general agency gu
publications in developing policy and procedures.
3. Skill in oral and written communications.
4. Ability to suepervise.
PSYCHIATRIC NURSING ASST, 528-89
NM-121-05
USA MEDDAC PANAMA
GORGAS ARMY HOSPITAL
DEPT OF NURSING
PSYCHIATRIC WARD (SHIFT WORK)
ANCON, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE.
NURSING ASSISTANT, NM-621-05 529-89
USA MEDDAC
GORGAS ARMY HOSPITAL
DEPT OF SURGERY, UROLOGY SERVICE
ANCON, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE.
POSITION CLASSIFICATION 530-89
SPECIALIST, NM-221-11
COMMUNITY OPERATIONS AGENCY
DIRECTORATE OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL
POSITION MGMT & CLASSIFICATION DIVISION
BLDG 560, COROZAL
JOB RELATED CRITERIA:
1. Knowledge of position classification policies, job
evaluation.
2. Kowledge of position management and classification
techniques.
3. Ability to analyze.
4. Ability to communicate in writing.
AUDITOR, NM-511-09 531-89 4
SENSITIVE
41ST, INTERNAL REVIEW OFFICE,
FT. CLAYTON, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE
AUDITOR, NM-511-11 532-89
SENSITIVE
41ST ASG, INTERNAL REVIEW OFFICE,
FT. CLAYTON, PANAMA
JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE


EQUIV.
TO NM-4


- YR
EQUIV TO
NM-9


printing, publications
idance, and


- 1 YR.
EQUIV
TO NM-4




- 1 YR.
EQUIV.
NM-4


- 1 YR.
EQUIV
TO NM-9


N/A






N/A




NM-9


standards and job
concepts and


2 NM-7



4 3 NM-9


NOTE: VB#f 499-89 SHOULD READ 3 VACANCIES.


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La Alameda:
Edificio Don Marco
Edificlo Altazor
Calle 18-1/2 & C63G-0
Chalet #31
Edificio Allessandria (across)
Soberania Via Brazil Chalet 1088 ( BS )
COvMUNITIES SERVED: El Dorado, Betania, Los Angeles,
P19 El Dorado:
C/71, Restaurante Henry
Ave. 14B-N & C/71
Ave. 14B-N & C/72
Ave. 14B-N & C/73
Betania Camino Real:
Calle 71-0 (Gago)
Calle 68 (Teatro)
Betania / Comny
Ave 8B-N
Los Angeles:
Ave. 8A-N & C/64-0
Ave. 8A-N & C/63/A-0
Ave. 8A-N & C/62C-0
Calle 62-0 & Ave 7-N
Via Brazil & Ave. 10A Grocery Store
CURUNDU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
KINDERGARTEN: CODMLNITIES SERVED: 0-ANIS, JUAN DIAZ,T
SAN MILUELITO, CACERES, REPARTO OCHAIS
P2 Reparto Chanis:
Gago S/M
Santa Rosa /A-3C-S
Rest. Bronco
Jardin Olnmplco Edificio A
Santa Clara & Alcibiades Arosemena
La'Pulida Entrance
Villa Guadalupe:
Calle A & Circunvalacion
Calle M & Circunvalacion
Calle P Iglesia El Cristo
Paralso Caja De Ahorros (across)
El Dorado:
C/71 restaurante Henry)
C/71 & Ave.14B-N
C/72 & ave. 14B-N-
C/73 & Ave. 14B-N
Villa De Las Fuentes #1:
Edificio Neptuno
Ave. 23E-N (Via Big Fountain/Qtrs 21
La Gloria: Ave. 21C-N & C/75A-0
Villa Caceres: Ave. 21E-N & C/76
Buenos Aires
C/76 &Ave. 18E-N (Rio de Janeiro)
C/78E Salvador & C/78D Salvador
Ave. 18G-N &Ave. 18E-N
Altos de Betania C/75-0 &ave 12D-N
(Super Klin)
Betania Camlno Real:
C/71 (GAGO)
C/68 (SAVOY)
Betania Conmy
A-8B-N
Ave. 8A-N & C/64
Ave. 8A-N & C/63A-0
Ave. 8A-N & C/62C-0
C/62-0 & Ave. 7-N
Via Brazil & Ave. 10A
CORU LU ELEMENTARY SO-OL_
PI 9 OCRUNEDU ELEMENTARY SO-COL
El Dorado:
C/71 Restaurante Henry
Ave. 14B-N & C/71
Ave. 148-N & C/72
Ave. 14B-N & C/73
Betania Camino Real:
C/71 GAGO
C/68 SAVOY
Betania Comny
Ave. 8A-N
Los Angeles:
Ave. 8A-N & C/64
Ave. 8A-N & C/63
Ave. 7-N & C/62C-0
Via Brazil & Ave. 10A (S/M)
COCvMNITIES SERVED: Hato Pintado - Obarrio - La Loma
P20 11 de Octubre. Estacion Delta
II de Estacion Shell
Hato pintado, C/79 & Ave. 3C-N
La Lona: Ave. 1-8N (Edificio Nestle)
BARRIO:
Samuel Lewis, C/56
Samuel Lewis, C/57
Samuel Lewis, C/61A
CAWPO ALEGRE:
Center Cultural Claret
Sanwa Bank (across)
DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
P20 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
11 de Octubre . Estacion Delta
11 de Octubre Estacion Shell
Halo Pintado, C/79 & Ave. 3C-N
La Loma. Ave LB-N (Edificio Nestle)
BARRIO:
Samuel Lewis, C/56
Samuel Lewis, C/57
Samuel Lewis, C/61A
CAMPO ALEGRE:
Centro Cultural Claret
Sanwa Bank (across)
P21 Club de Montana (entrance)
El Bosque:
Qtrs 66
Qtrs 338
Qtrs 15A
Q'trs 2A
S/M El Bosque
Sara Sotillo (entrance)
Linda Vista (entrance)
Santa Maria Main BS
Villa de Las Fuentes #2 (entrance)
BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
KINDERGARTEN P6 Club de Montanas (entrance)----
El ,Bosque :
Qtrs 66
Qtrs 33B
Otrs 15A
Qtrs 2A
S/M El Bosques
Linda Vista (entrance)
Santa Maria (main BS)
Villa de Las Fuentes #2
BALBOA ELEMENTARY S-CHOOL
P21 BALBOA ELEMENTARY SO-DOL
Club de Montana (entrance)
El Bosque:
Qtrs 66
Qtrs 33B
Qtrs 15A
Qtrs 2A


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S/M El Bosque Arr 1428
Sara Sotillo (entrance) Arr 1429
Linda vista (entrance) Arr 1433
Santa Maria (main BS) Arr 1434
Villa de Las Fuentes #2 (entrance) Arr 1435
COvNMJNITIES SERVED: Las Cumbres, San Isidro, Los Andes, El Bosque,
Linda Vista, Villa de La Fuentes, #1, La Gloria, Altos de Bethania
Caceres
P31 Las Curbres: Dep
Restaurant, La Hacienda Dep 0625
Los Caobos Dep 0627
C/5 BS Malboro Dep 0628
Las Glorietas/Via Zaita Lions Club Dep 0630
San isidro (entrance) Dep 0634
Los Andes #2 Dep 0638
El Bosque Entrance Dep 0640
Linda Vista entrancee) Dep 0642
USMA University (Main Bs) Dep 0643
CACERES:
Ave, 20D-N & Ave.'12C-N Dep 0648
Ave, 12C-N & ave 18E Dep 0650
Ave, La Paz /Frm Colombia Dep 0653
ALTOS DE BETHANIA:
C/75-0 Lavanderia Super/Klin Dep 0700
C/74 & Calle 15C-N Dep 0703
Villa de Las Fuentes #1
C/74-0 & Ave 22C-N Dep 0705
CLFRJXU JUNIOR HIQ- SO-COL Arr 0720
BALBOA HIQ- SCHOOL Arr 0730
P40 Marbella Apts. C/56 & C/50 Dep 0700
Paltllla: Via Italla C/53A - E
Condimlnium Soneta Dep 0705
Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720
Balboa High School Arr 0730
P40 Balboa High School Dep 1430
Curundu Junior High School Arr 1445
Marbella Apts. C/56 & C/50 Arr 1500
Paitllla: Via Italia C/53A - E
Condlminiun Soneta Arr 1505
P33 II de Octubre / Delta Gas Sta. Dep 0630
11 de Octubre & A 3 - N Dep 0631
Rio Abajo / Calle 16 & Via Espana Dep 0633
Santa Elena, S / M La China Dep 0638
Santa Elena, Calle 9 Dep 0640
Parque Lefevre, C / 8 & Via Espana Dep 0643
Rio Abajo, Via Espana & C /4 Dep 0647
Las Sabanas; La Pradera BS Dep 0647
Hato Pintado:
Via Espana & Calle 79 - O Dep 0651
C / 79 - 0 & Ave 3N Dep 0652
Ave 18 - N Edificlo Nestle Dep 0653
C / 66 La Lorna - Almacen Cemento Panama Dep 0655
Vista Hermosa, C / 64 & Ave 3N Dep 0700
Vista Hermosa, C / 64 & 8C - N - Dep 0705
Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720
Balboa High School Arr 0730
P33 Balboa High School Dep 1430
Curundu Junior High School Dep 1440
Vist Hermosa School, C / 64 & Ave 8C - N Arr 1500
Vista Hermosa, C / 54 & Ave 3A - N Arr 1503
La Lorna, C / 66 Alracen Cemento Panama Arr 1505
La Loma, Ave IB - N Edificio Nestle Arr .1507
Hato Pintado:
Ave 3N & C / 79 - 0 Arr 1506
A3 - N & 11 de-Octubre Arr 1510
Rio Abajo, C ./ 4 & Via Espana / Across Arr 1514
Rio Abajo', C / 8 & Via Espana Arr 1516
Rio Abajo, C / 16 & Via Espana Arr 1518
Santa Elena & C / 9 Arr 1519
Santa Elena & S / M La China Arr 1520
Il.de Octubre / Delta Gas Station Arr 1526
CCOMMNITIES SERVED: Reparto Chanls, Juan Diaz Area, Tocuren Mvy
San MInnellto / Paralso
P32 Restaurante Moya Dep 0630
Reparto Chanis: Deo
S / M Gago Dep 0645
Restaurant Bronco Dep 0647
Jardin Olimpico / Hlpodromo Edificlo A & F Dep 0652
La Pullda (Entrance)
Via Tocurnen & Santa Clara Entrance Dep 0655
Villa Guadalupe:
Calle C / A - C / C - C / M Dep 0703
Paralso, Caja De Ahorro (Across) Dep 0705
Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720
Balboa High School Arr 0730
P32 Balboa High School Dep 1430
Curundu Junior High School Dep 1440
San Miguellto:
Paralso / Caja de Ahorro Arr 1505
Guadalupe:
C / M - C / C - C / A Arr 1506
Reparto Chanls:
Super / Market Gago Arr 1510
Restaurant Bronco Arr 1512
Jardin Olimpco / Hipodromo Edif. A. & F. Arr 1517
Santa Clara & Ave Arosemena Arr 1520
La Pulida Arr 1525
P'34 Paltilla:
C / 57A - Via Israel, Kodak / Shack Dep 0650
Cllnica Paltilla / Via Israel BS Dep 0652
Via Italia Holiday In (Side) Dep 0654
Via Italia Edificio Brisa Marima Dep 0658
Via Italla Edificlo Russo Dep 0700
Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720
P34 Balboa High School Dep 1430
Curundu Junior High Schoo Dep 1445
Old Curundu Post Office Bldg.
C / 57A - Via Israel Kodak / Shack Art 1510
Clinica Paltilla / Via Israel BS Arr 1512
Via Italia Holiday Inn (Side) Arr 1514
Via Italia Edificio Brisa Marina Art 1518
Via Italia Ediflcio Russo Arr 1520
P38 El Dorado, C / 74 & Ave 14B - N Momi's Dep 0640
Villa de las Fuentes 01 Ave 22C - N Qtrs 21G Dep 0642
La Gloria, C / 75 - O & Ave 21C - N Dep 0643
La Gloria, C / 75D - O & Ave 17C Dep 0644
Altos de Betanla:
C / 74 - 0 & C / 16C - N Dep 0645
C / 74 & C / 750 - O & Ave 17C Dep 0646
Betania: C / 71 - 0 & Camino Real Dep 0648
C / 68 - O & Camino Real Dep 0649
Ave 8A - N & Camino Real Dep 0651
Ave 8A - N & C / 65 ep 0654
Los Angeles:
Ave 7 - N & C / 63 - O Dep 0656
Ave 7 - N & C / 62 - O Dep 0657
Via Brazil & Ave 1OA (Shop) Dep 0702
Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720
Balboa High School Arr 0730


DODDS School Bus Routes -- Atlantic
ROUTE LOCATION OEP / AFR TINE
D81 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 524 Oep 0645
Ft. Davis Qtrs. 528 Dep 0650
Ft. Davis Qtrs. 500 Dep 0655
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Aug. 18, 1989


sports


Drees pitches third no-hitter of season against Las Vegas


VANCOUVER, British Columbia
(AP) - Tom Drees pitched his third
no-hitter of the season for Class
AAA Vancouver, leading the
Canadians over Las Vegas 5-0
Wednesday in a seven-inning, first


game of a doubleheader in the Pacific
Coast League.
Drees, playing for the top farm
team of the Chicago White Sox,
became the first pitcher in the PCL or
the major leagues with three no-


hitters in a year. He beat Calgary 1-0
in nine innings on May 23 and
pitched a seven-inning no-hitter in
his next start, defeating Edmonton
7-0 on May 28.
Drees, 26, has never pitched in the


Turkey Bowl 1989 needs participants


HOWARD AFB (24 COMPW
PA) --'That time of year' in Panama
is fast approaching ... yes, Turkey
Bowl '89 is coming up. If the Air
Force is going to continue their
winning ways, the time to act is now.
Bowl plans are being made and
support is needed.
For those of you new to Panama,
Turkey Bowl is the 'Olympics and
Super Bowl' event of the year for the
military.


The Army, Navy, Marines and Air
Force get together for a little friendly
competition on the track and
football field.
The Air Force has ruffled the
feathers of her sisters for the past two
years and is expected to continue the
tradition in 1989.
Individuals interested in
participating in the biggest event of
the year, should contact the
following people.


Women interested in joining the
track team need to call Capt. Janice
Milton at 284-4949, and men
wanting to join the team, should call
Capt. Joe Dhillon at 284-3052.
In addition, an Air Force Turkey
Bowl cheerleader squad is forming.
Enlisted members, spouses and
seniors in high school are eligible.
For more information, call SSgt.
Diane Brooks at 284-3453/5070-


major leagues. Larry Himes, the
general manager of the White Sox,
was'in attendance as the left-handed
Drees raised his record to 11-10.
"It's a great feeling," Drees said.
"After the first two, this season kind
of took a downward turn for me. I
just haven't been pitching that well.
Now with this game, hopefully I will
be able to finish the season strong."
Drees was drafted by the White Sox
in 1985 and is in his fifth season in
Chicago's organization. He is 41-41
lifetime in his professional career.

"We had a lot of our important
people at this game," Canadians
manager Mary Foley said. "These
people are here to decide who goes up
to the majors at the end of the season
and who doesn't. Tommy really gave
them a treat."


Sports Shorts


Annual 10-miler
The CRD Sports Branch is
conducting qualifying sessions to
select a team for the 5th Annual
Army 10-Miler road race to be held
in Washington, D.C. in October.
Five-mile road races will be held
Saturday at Reeder Physical Fitness
Center and Sunday at Fort Davis.
both begin at 6:30 a.m. The top 12
finishers of each event will advance
to the finals qualifying race Sept. 17.
For info call 287-4050.

Football Officials
Football officials are needed for 1989
season. Clinics will start Monday at-
PCC Training Center 6:30 p.m. For
more information call Carl
Anderson 252-7952 ext 42 (days) or
252-6476 (evenings).

Flag football
Company level Flag Football
registration gets underway Monday.
Pacific participants should see their
sports coordinator.
Atlantic community sign-ups will
continue through Aug. 28. Call
289-4002.

Women's softball
The Atlantic CRD Sports Office
reminds everyone that registration
for Women's Softball and Men's
Volleyball will conclude Aug. 28.
Space is open to the first eight and
16 teams registering, for the
respective events. Stop by the
Margarita complex or call 289-4002.

Labor Day Tourney
FORT DAVIS (USARSO PAO) --
Flag football, women's softball and
men's volleyball registration for the
Labor Day sports tournaments Sept.
2-4, continues thru Aug. 28. Only the
first 12 teams to sign up can
participate in flag football. All active
duty personnel are eligible to
participate.
For registration and additional
information call 289-4002/4112. An
organizational meeting will be held
Aug. 30 at 5 p.m. for flag football in
Margarita complex Room 15.
Women's softball double
elimination will take the first eight
teams. All active duty personnel and
family members, DOD and PCC
workers are eligible. An
organizational meeting will be held
Aug. 30 at 5:30 p.m.. Margarita
Room 15.


Only the first 16 teams to sign up
for men's volleyball can participate.
Active duty personnel are eligible to
play. An organizational meeting will
be held Aug. 30 at 6 p.m. in
Margarita Room 15. Call the sports
office at 289-4002 4112 for details.
Youth soccer
The 1989 Fall Soccer season will
start Sept. 30, and youth ages 6 to 18
can register now until Sept. 2 at the
Howard/Albrook Youth Centers.
Hours of registration are 10 a.m. to 6
p.m., Monday through Friday, and
Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m.
A current physical exam is
required for each participant prior to
registering for the sport.
Youths signing up to play soccer
for the first time will have the chance
to attend a soccer skills evaluation
from 1 to 2 p.m., Sept. 2, at the
Howard Parade Field and Albrook's
Beam Stadium from 3 to 4 p.m.
Team selections will follow the
evaluation. For more information
about youth sports programs, call
Vince Duncan at 286-3618/3195.
Coaches are also needed for the
youth soccer program.
Applications are being accepted
now at the youth centers. A coaches
clinic and organizational meeting
will be held at 6 p.m., Aug. 30, at the
Albrook Youth Center.
Soccer training camp
The Air Force Sports Program is
currently seeking active duty military
to participate in the Air Force Soccer
Training Camp, Oct. 21 through
Nov. 6, at McGuire AFB, N.J.
The Armed Forces Soccer
Championship will be hosted, Nov. 7
through 15, by Fort Gordon, Ga.
Interested Air Force active duty
members must submit an Air Force
Form 303 to the Howard Sports and
Fitness Center no later than Sept. 15.
For more information, call 284-3451.

Labor Day sports
Registration for Labor Day sports
activities continue at Reeder Physical
Fitness Center, Fort Clayton.
Racquetball players are invited to
sign up for a "Doubles Tourney" to
be held Sept. 2-4. The event will
include categories for men, women,
and co-ed competition.
Space is open to eight teams in
each category.
A "Men's Basketball Tournament"
will also be held, with space for 16
teams. Stop by or call 287-3861.


Bowling Tourney
FORT ESPINAR (USARSO PAO)
-- Fort Espinar Bowling Center will
have a no tap bowling tournament
Sunday at 2 p.m. All holders of valid
PCC, DOD and military
identification cards are eligible to
participate in bowling center
activities.
Youths ages eight to 18 can sign up
now for the youth activities winter
bowling league will be held next
month on Friday afternoons. Sign
ups are also underway for the adult
winter league which will take place
next month Monday nights,
Wednesday nights and Friday
mornings.
A king and queen tournament
starts each Saturday at 5:30 p.m. The
man and woman with the highest
averages win prizes. A scratch double
bowling moonlight no tap
tournament will be held Sept. I at 7
p.m. To sign up for tournaments stop
by the center in Building 221 or call
289-4100.

Powerlifting tourney
Time's running out! The
Powerlifting Tournament will be
held Aug. 26, don't delay to register.
The competition features 11
categories for men and ten for
women.
An organizational meeting will be
held Saturday at 4 p.m. at the CRD
Sports office in Building 154, Fort
Clayton. For information call
287-4050.
Bicycle race
If you enjoy bicycling, there's a
race Saturday.
The 25-mile event will begin at 7
a.m. at Ocean Breeze Center, Fort
Sherman. There are categories for
male and female military, and male
and female civilians. Trophies will be
awarded to first place winners.
Call 289-6282.

Annual race
A qualifying run for the 5th
Annual Army 10-Miler road race to
be held Oct. 15 in Washington D.C.
will be held in the Atlantic
community Sunday at 6:30 a.m.
The five-mile qualifying run will
begin at Fronius Gymnasium,
proceed to Dock 45 and return to the
gym. The top 12 finishers will
advance to the final 10-mile
qualifying race to be held Sept. 17 at
Howard Air Force Base.


To be eligible to participate as a
member of the United States Army
South men's team you must be active
duty Army, permanently assigned to
a USARSO organization or the U.S.
Army Element, Headquarters
Southern Command. Participants
must not have a permanent change of
station date earlier than Oct. 16. For
more information call 287-5618.
Over-30 basketball
The Howard Sports and Fitness
Center is now accepting registrations
for the over-30 basketball league.
Sign-ups will be limited to the first
120 players.
To be eligible for the league, all
players must be over 30 years old by
the league start date and must be an
Air Force member working or living
on Howard, Albrook or Fort Kobbe.
A players draft will be conducted
Sept. 1. The first eight individuals
who sign up as a coach will draft
players for his team. Team fees will
be required. For more information,
call 284-3451.


Bowlers Wanted
The Monday night COSMOS
MIXED Bowling League is forming
for the Winter 1989-90 Season. The
league will begin the season Sept. 11
at the Curundu Lanes at 6 p.m.
Singles or couples are welcome. For
more information, call the Curundu
Lanes, 286-3914 or Ty Erickson 252-
1218.
Shorter hoopsters
Registration for a 5-feet-10-inch-
and-under basketball league will
begin at the CRD Sports Branch in
Building 154, Fort Clayton.
For info contact Mrs. Ball at
287-4050.

Coaches needed
The Pacific youth football
program is seeking volunteers to
coach the various teams. Persons
interested in helping may call Mr.
Fultz at 287-3252 or Mr. Purvis at
287-5963.


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Aug. 18, 1989


21


Kingdom reigns supreme in 110-meter hurdles


ZURICH, Switzerland (AP) -
Two-time Olympic champion Roger
Kingdom set a world record of 12.92
seconds in the 110-meter high hurdles
Wednesday, knocking one-
hundredth of a second off the mark
held by Renaldo Nehemiah.
Kingdom got a good start on the
hot, muggy evening and moved to the
front of the star-studded field at the
third hurdle at the Weltklasse track
and field meet.
The previous record of 12.93 had
been set on the same Letzigrund
track on Aug. 19, 1981, by
Nehemiah, who later became a wide
receiver for the San Francisco 49ers


hugged Kingdom after his record
performance.
"This is the toughest field I've ever
faced," said Kingdom, 26, who
leaped in the air after seeing his time.
"Nehemiah was my idol. I
followed him through high school
and hated it when he went to play
football." Carl Lewis and Butch


'This is the toughest

field I've ever faced'


before returning to track in 1986. Reynolds, the top performers at last
Nehemiah had been scheduled to year's meet, also won again
make his first appearance in several Wednesday.
years at the Zurich meet Wednesday, Lewis, who beat world record-
but withdrew when organizers holder Ben Johnson of Canada last
refused to meet his appearance fee year in a celebrated race in which
demands. each reportedly received $250,000,
"I never thought it would happen, took the 100-meter dash in 10.09,
but I'm glad it did," Kingdom said. beating fellow Americans Dennis
"I'm glad I put the start together Mitchell (10.14), 1989 U.S.
with the finish. I was second or third champion Leroy Burrell (10.19) and
out of the blocks, and after the third Andre Cason (also 10.19).
hurdle I made sure no one caught Britian's Linford Christie, the 1988
me." Olympic silver medalist Colin Olympic silver medalist following the
Jackson of Britain led early before disqualification of Johnson and the
finishing second in 13.12, only one- placing of Lewis from second to first
hundredth of a second off his after the Canadian tested positive for
European record. steroids, finished fifth in 10.23.
Tonie Campbell, the bronze "I'm still some short of my best,
medalist at the 1988 Olympics, was since this is only my fourth or fifth
third in 13.23. Two-time world 100-meter race of the year," said
champion Greg Foster finished fifth Lewis, the American record-holder
in 13.26, just behind fellow American at 9.92, his time in winning his second
Jack Pierce, timed in 13.24. Foster, straight Olympic title last year.
who is coming back this season from Reynolds, who set the world
breaking an arm a second time, record of 43.29 for the 400 meters in

Ruddock accepts million


last year's Zurich meet, won in 44.31,
his fastest time of the year and just off
the 1989 world best of 44.27 by fellow
American Antonio Pettigrew.


Reynolds, the Olympic silver
medalist, edged bronze medalist
Danny Everett, who was timed in
44.36.


Roger Kingdom broke the previous world record of 12.93 seconds in the 110-
meter high hurdles. He set a new world record with a time of 12.92 seconds. (AP
Laserphoto)


-dollar bout with Tyson


NEW YORK (AP) - Razor
Ruddock, ranked second by the
World Boxing Council, has accepted
a million-dollar offer to fight

Baseball Standings
As of Aucst 17
AMERICAN
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 62 57 .521 -
Toronto 61 59 .508 1 1/2
Milwaukee 62 60 .508 1 1/2
Cleveland 58 62 .483 4 1/2
Boston 57 61 .483 4 1/2
New York 55 65 .458 7 1/2
Detroit 44 76 .367 18 1/2
West Division
W 1, Pet. GB
Oakland 72 48 .600 -
California 71 48 .597 1/2
Kansas City 66 53 .555 5 1/2
Texas 62 56 .525 9
Minnesota 59 61 .492 13
Seattle 57 62 .479 14 1/2
NATIONAL
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 70 50 .583 -
New York 66 53 .555 3 1/2
Montreal 66 54 .550 4
St. Louis 64 55 .538 1/2
Pittsburgh 51 68 .429 18 1/2
Philadelphia 49 70 .412 20 1/2
West Division
W L Pet. GB
San Francisco 68 52 .567 -
Houston 65 55 .542 3
San Diego 59 61 .492 9
Cincinnati 56 63 .471 11 1/2
Los Angeles 56 64 .467 12
Atlanta 48 73 .397 20 1/2
Chicago 51 69 .425 21


heavyweight champion Mike Tyson,
a spokesman for promoter Don King
said Wednesday.
Ruddock, a Canadian by way of
Jamaica, will meet Tyson either in
October or two or three months later,
Al Braverman said.
Details have not been finalized,
but Braverman said the bout
probably would be held at Las Vegas
or Atlantic City, N.J.
"I can safely say $1 million or
better," Braverman said.
Braverman also said that Tyson,
37-0 with 33 knockouts, would fight
either Ruddock or James "Buster"
Douglas, "then should he get the one,
he would meet the other," also at Las
Vegas or Atlantic City, in December
or January.
"Don King hasn't decided who will
be first," Braverman said. "Both are
signed to fight (Tyson). It will be
whoever (King) feels will be the most
suitable opponent. Both are
acceptable. It will be whichever one
he feels can sell the best."
"I was a little shocked," Ruddock
said at his home in Fort Lauderdale,
Fla. "I thought (Tyson) would pass
on me until next year. It was a
surprise."
Ruddock, 25, is 22-1-1 with 15
knockouts. While the WBC ranks
him second, he ranked fourth by both
the World Boxing Association and
International Boxing Federation.
Douglas, 28-4-1, outpointed
Oliver McCall on July 21 on the same
card in which Tyson defended his
title by stopping Carl "The Truth"
Williams in 93 seconds at Atlantic
City.
Douglas was stopped in the 10th
round of a scheduled 15-round IBF
title fight against Tony Tucker in
1987. Tucker later lost a 12-round
decision to Tyson for the undisputed


world championship.
Braverman said Tyson "probably
has no preference who he fights first.
Whoever they come with, he wants to
knock down."
Earlier this week, Tyson's
estranged manager, Bill Cayton, who
must approve all opponents for the
champion, said he had "no
problems" with either Douglas or
Dokes as the next opponent.
"I've given approval for both, but I
thought Dokes was going to be first


sometime in October." Wednesday,
Cayton said he also approved of
Ruddock - with high recommenda-
tions.
"Razor Ruddock is on his way to
becoming the second-best fighter in
the world, if he's not there yet,"
Cayton said. "He's improving every
fight. He's definitely a viable
opponent."
However, Cayton said if the
decision was his, he would not have
Tyson fight Ruddock this year.


Gastineau ponders boxing


VANCOUVER, British
Columbia (AP) - Former NFL
Pro Bowl defensive end Mark
Gastineau may announce
Wednesday that he is planning a
career in boxing, according to a
family friend.
"I think he's made up his mind
he wants to fight," said Murray
Pezim, a local businessman and
family friend who has offered his
services as Gastineau's manager.
Pezim said Tuesday the
flamboyant lineman and his
girlfriend, actress Brigitte Nielsen,
were en route to Vancouver.
The New York Jets placed
Gastineau, who was known for his
sack dance over fallen
quarterbacks, on the reserve-
retired list last October but still
retain his playing rights.
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound
lineman, who entered the NFL in
1979, recorded 107 1/2 sacks and
was a five-time Pro Bowl
selection.
Gastineau is the second football
player in recent months to
contemplate a foray into the


boxing ring. Offensive lineman
Tony Mandarich, taken second
overall in the NFL draft this year
by the Green Bay Packers, has
indicated a desire to take on world
heavyweight champion Mike
Tyson.
Tyson's manager said Tuesday
he was unimpressed by such
offers.
"We had a football player
named (Ed) Too Tall Jones who
was considered very handy with
his fists," Bill Cayton said from
New York. "He tried to be a
professional boxer and he failed
miserably."
Cayton was equally blunt when
asked how Gastineau might fare
against Tyson.
"He'd be destroyed. He doesn't
know how to fight," he said.
"Let me tell you something. I
know there's a lot of football
players who've said they want to
go into boxing. There's no one like
Mark," he said. "...When he steps
in the ring, hell be in there to kill.
He's hard and tough."


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Margarita Credit Union
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Margarita Elementary School
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M61 Ft. Gulick Elementary
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Margarita Elementary School
Margarita, Qtrs. 8500
Margarita Credit Union
G81 Crlstobal High School
Arco Iris Qtrs. 5483
Arco Iris Qtrs. 6455
Arco Iris Qtrs. 5439
Margarita Service Center
Gatun Swimnming Pool
Gatun, Qtrs. 144
K81 Brazos Hts. Entrance
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 105
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 116
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 32
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 41
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 51, 24
Ft. Espinar Chapel
Crlstobal High School
K61 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 10
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 11, 14, 24
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 39, 41, 51
Ft. Gulick Elementary
K91 Ft. Gulick Elementary
KINDER Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 100 Hsg.
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. I - 100 Hsg.
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 576
K61 Ft. Gulick Elementary
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 11, 14, 26
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 39, 41, 51
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 24, 10
K81 Cristobal High School
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 105
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 116
Ft. Espinar Chapel
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 24
Ft. Esplnar Qtrs. 32
Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 51
M81 Ft.Gulick Qtrs. 576
Margarita Elementary School
Cristobal High School
C61 Coco Solo, PCC Area
Coco Solo, Qtrs. E
Coco Solo, Qtrs. 1313
Ft. Gulick Elementary Schrol
M91 Colon, C/9 Santa sable
KINDER CBfon, C/il Santa sable
Colon, C/2 & Melendez Ave.
Arco Iris, Qtrs. 6490
Margarita Credit Union
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Margarita Elementary School
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Cative (Entrance)
Sabanitas
Barriada Tagaropulos (Entrance)
Puerto Pilon
Colon East
Colon West
Cristobal High School
Arco Iris 6490, 6455
Ft. Gulick Elementary School
P91 Sabanitas
Puerto Pilon
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Ft. Click Elementary School
P81 Ft. Gulick Elementary School
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Cative (Entrance)
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C / 7 Santa Isable St.
C / 4 Melendez Ave.
C / 3 Central Ave.
C / 10 Central Ave.
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Black male German Shepard (56hbs) w travel cage. S175.
286-3692.
3 free kittens, litter trained. 8 wks. will deliver. 286-4829.
German Shepard puppies mixed. 4 wks old.3 female. 4 male.
looking for good home. $25. 235-4687.

5 mo old. blk, brn female Doberman. ears, tail cropped, all
shots, good watch dog. 5125. 284-3830.
Female 'oodle puppies. 3 mo old, 5100. 287-6373.
Ioy IPoodle puppies. 2 females, blk. sm pure bred, no papers.
bohn 26th June. $180. 286-4198.

Pure bred German Shepard puppies. I Ig male. S225, I sm
female. 5150. 261-3325.
Mixed dog lor good home. spayed & shots. Free. 284-5173.
Ask for Kent.

Yellow head Parrot. good talker, w reg papers. $200. 252-
6533.
Purebred Pit Bull puppies. 150. 286-3840.
Cocker Spaniel puppies male not reg. will be ready in Sept
second week. $150. 287-4733.

Four Iree kittens & 2 adult cals (indoor). 287-3696.
Lab. golden and black for sale. good price. 262-1418 alter
3:30 prm.

Doberman puppies, b, t tails dock. some shots. 5175. 232-
4765.
Male schnauzer 3 1, 2 yrs old.ccp reg. gd w kids. 160, obo.
286-4585.


Atari 800 XlI Computer. Star Gemini IOX printel.joystick.
& many programs. S3010 obo. 262-1686.
3 Elec guitars. S50 ea. 287-6529.
Atari. computer. key. board. disc dri\e. printer. 5195. 252-
16845.
Stai Nl.-IO printer w ('64 128 interlace. S150. (64 128
sotlwear warpspeed. apiospandN w extender cable. $20. 284-
3386.

Sony 19" color t\. 5250. Panasonic portable scr. S225. 286-
4936.

Sharp VHS with wireless remove control. good condition.
S195. 2525725.
Akai tape deck good condition. 1110. 252-2630.
35main Projector with ease 12 mag. S175. Copy stand. $30.
264-8461.
Sony Betana\. 5100. 124 retamax tapes w I or 2 movies.
S434. 264-8461.

Console hi-li. am Ifm rudio caliset recoldcr played turn
table 2 enter speakers. S750. 287-3396.
Projector super 8m. 550. 262-1750.
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telescopic lens. & ilters. S150. 287-51322

.ens. Un-Nikkor 28mm. I 3.5 w iew finder, lor nikonos
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Conmmodoire SX-64 Computer. S499. 286-3291.
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mail. S150. 286-3933.
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S800. 252-2080.
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Yamaha electronic piano w stand. S200. Fisher double cass
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Atari 80X0. disc drite modem, letter quality printer,
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SI0lO. 287-4777.
Ilomlc-madespeakers. 150 \atts. excel condition. S10(. 286-
4622.
1988 Amiga 5001 computer, desk. color monitor printer.
pgms. joystk. mouse, etc. S9100 obo. 286-4585
.Ic audio mixer. 6 channel 12 input. slide fadcrs. dual out's
stereo. S600 obo. 286-4585.




1979 Iodge S \V PI'.good cond. radio, ne\w tires. hbatt.a c.
1989 inspected. 51500, neg. 285-4661.

1987 Nissan P up. extras. S6500 oho 2859-4014 ask lor
Kemper.


Sterocombination.,tm Im.turn,4,speaker withseparatecas, 1981 loyola Tercel. 4 door sid, am Im tape. S1800 282-
deck. $75. 287-4738. 3994,


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1981 Vol\o. 242 D. ed. c. am I. c a i . s inrool. new
cullh. brakes, paint, etc. $40010 neg. 245-2267.

1938 Replica Packard, white amn Im it ca.ss ps. a c.
hard soft top. Serious olfeIs onl\. 286-6475.
1980 TI17 Con\ctable. 52000. 260-4184.
1982 Honda Accord. good cond. 4 dit. p s. p b. a c. p si.
p dl. 5 spd. loS mileage. $3000. 252-6246.
1977 PI\ Volat e agon. 4 spd. 90.00110nuiles. ne starter. aer.
and hatler. 5595. 287-5637.
1977 Dodge Montaco. duty pd. good cond. S600. 284-6124.
1979 Dodge Omm. ia c. good cond. S1200 284-6124.

1989 Dodge Caraman. 7 pas. 7000nmi..i .-c. p s.ctiss. 2
lone blue. 221-7344.
1982 Olds Deta 88 V 8.p s.p h.a. e. c. lm iass.low mile.
S52011. 286-6338 284-5769.
1972 Camero. a c. p s. .ami Im iass I lest olter. 286-t.1931.
1988 lltundai StelaIr I. (ils.5 spd. like new\.c\ cond. S90111.
286-3797 286-4660.
1979 \VW Bugi. c cond. S140)0 252-589.
198 -ordl Van I -250,. ph. pst. at a: S 21110 252-5125.
1982 I'l\ horizon. a e. p ,. p h. Iadio. S15011. 284-1521
1986 I oioaII Corolla. 5 sp. e. ca i iti cass. new bhattei i ind
miultler. Iow mileage. S4995 286-3187
19 7(C.adillac I)e ille. 4dr sedan. goodcond. S50(1 252-24,2
1984 Renault Encore, reliable gd cnid. S2300 2K5-5431.
1974 PIh Fury. S400. 284-5175


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1982 Datsun. $1700. 252-1284.

19N5 Che l Ca\alier, gd cond. $1500 take over payments.
282-3925.

1978 I old -airmount S W. neil tires, p s. a c. 8 ci 302 ci
S1800. 282-3392.

1985 Renault Encore, a c. 27.10(1( miles. \cc cond.
S3400 obo. 287-6186

1972 Pont Grand Pri\. runs gd. nd hod, w�orik S1200 ulbo.
286-4207. Contact .In1.

1973 Volkswagon Supcl Beetle, gelni.in 1600cc, Icelo\w.
S1600 olho 287-63711

1982 LMe Icu I n/. hionI/e black l itnm.comp stereo t stemn
S280110 obo 284-3972

1982 \lMutan, I ord. 6 c\l. a c. a 1. radio caIni Si3000. 252-
5952

1973 Ilonda C('ic, overhauled eng. n t paits, S10O obo.


19'9 \ercedes ien/ 2401). e\c cond, new painu S12.500.
286-4420)

1987 Chelyi S10 Blaer, 4,d. loaded. S14.000. 287-5981 ask
for Chris.

1984 Pontac 6000 I.E. a c. p s. p b. 4 sp. stereo. exe cond.
$5800. 252-2755.

74 \olio SW. $2300 obo. Dune buggy. 22110 obo 284-
4882

1983SJ-410Sutuki.lcep.harrd opa c.4x4.exc cond. 3800.
223-0318.

1986 Ihutiu I-Mark. 2 dr. hatchback, 4 cyc. a c.am Im cass,
pwr locks, a t. S8300. 286-4585 after 5 p.m.

1983 Coll 2 tires for parts. Best oiler. 289-3301.




English maid needs job. 3 days or 2 days a week. avail now.
221-0196.

Esc bilingual maid. hard working, reliable, honest, great
w kids. lile in. w rels. 289-5452.

Li\ee in maid. mature, honest, good disposition. rers. 245-
4352.

E\c english spkng day maid. Wednesday a\arl. 267-3517.

L. e in or out responsible, english spkng maid. good w kids.
great relfs. 286-3538.

Line out or 3 days a week. good house keeping maid. 229-
2466

BilinguaI li\e in maid. ex\c w kids. hardworker. icry honest.
exc rels. 228-6473.

Cheery. conscientious, bilingual maid who takes initiative.
has openings on uIie. Ilhurs. Frl. outstanding ironer. 285-
4190.

Exc dai maid. aiail days per wk. honest, dependable, hard
working, rels. 286-4695.

Honest, hardworking, bilingual maid to do day work. rels.
287-4088.

Houskeeper a\ial. M. W. Th. honest. dependable. great
w kids. rels. 286-3939.

Exc spanish spkng day maid. rels. cleans and cooks. 267-


English spkng. Ilie in maid. exc w kids. 287-3620.

Bilingual houskceper. days. rels. cooks. irons. 266-7437.

English spkng maid. live in. great w everybody. willing to
work antirme. 286-4294.

Honesr. hard working bilingual maid to do day work. refs.
28?-4088.

Day maid. exc cook. responsible, honest. 252-2755

Hard working maid. speaks English. good w kids. 286-3230.




Shipmate Sat-Nas. when new 52850. 5950. 286-6475.

16 I 2 Larson. 55hp S2500. 252-5125.

65hp Mercury. outboard. not running, comes w 1977 Volare
wagon. 4 sp. new starter, alter, batt. $595. 287-5637.

15 I 21f fiberglass fish ski boat. 50hp. trailer. 2 batt. 2 fuel
tanks. extras. S2500 obo. 284-5616.

Deck boat. 19 I 2 X 8 beam. I15hp Johnson. recently
refurnished. $10.000. 252-6768.

21' Deep V w 235hp. S7500. 252-5124.


15' Fiberglass boat and trailer, like new. $1300. 287-3872.


18 I 2' Deep V. Hull boat with 135hp .lohnson. $4000. 262-
0968.

Racing caiuca and trailer in exc cond. S350. 287-5024 after 4
pm.

All new and used parts needed to build E\inrude 200hp
motor except block. 287-5024 after 4 p.m.

Spare trailer wheel w rim and tire. B78 X 13. 5-lug. $20.282-
3406 3201 days or 282-4500 evenings & weekends.


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Male German Shepard in the 600 area, call anytime. 287-
4335.




Recliner. stote, comodo chair, antiques. dining set. living set.
drier. rug. 269-5534.

Washer like new. $400 287-6529.

Ding room. bunk bed set. patio urn w cushions. end. cock
tables, a c, washer dr)er. refrig. aalrl mid Sept. 252-6333

Dining room table w 4 chairs. S500. 286-6296.

Rattan chair w beige cushions. gd cond. $175. 287-3298.

Mouing out everything goes bedrm.dngrm, babys rm.living
rm Best olfer. 287-5799.

Washer Dryer. gd cond. inter like new. exter nds paint. $400.
283-4315.


Washer like new. $400 obo. 287-6529.

Rocking chair. $25.2 end tables u lamps. $100. 4 pc living
room set. $400. 286-3431.

Solid Oak round Queen Ann end table, beautiful. S75. 284-
3773.

Micro\,aie table a casters $35. 252-6533.

King canop) bed matt American Irew. cherry. S1200.
Dinctie glass chiuonnc attan u 4 chairs $400. (as grill 85.
284-6539

Kenmtoc drel $SIS1 Dining set $350 Panamna pollcra.
S200 1Basketr and imt S 10 c.i 287-6631.

2 Queen beds,, hookstand. sofabed. nlatching lue eat,
recliner, punch bol( , lamps, lanin chavI, 287-3798.

A c. di\'I., dillrasLher. ota;la,. kit table chairss, ll glass
coli ,hl.e , picnic bhl benchs 282-4280 252-6649.

\Il icakud dining thl S8chairs i 2 c\cn. SI150 oho. 252-
5725.

5 pc solid stoodd colonial dining set. Id slicci. drapes lined.
corning \\arc. electric skillet. 252-5985.

1I & Decker Elect lawn nmower. droning board, electric tans.
284-3397.

Dining table. china v 8 chairs S2000 King bed w brass
headboard. S600. 252-6768.

Sola. S125. Solid wood collect table. S75 Green drapes. $30.
286-4477.

Sears 8.000 btu a c. 3.00. GE washer dryer 600. 282-3895.

American style rocking chair. $60. 282-3925.

Drapes light turquoise satin damask 228" wide X 100" long.
$75. 286-3192.

Car seat loyager brand, kid toys. kitchen curtains. 286-6136.

Saving rm set. couch, loie seat. easy chair, 2 end tbl, 2 lamps.
college tbl. S2495. 287-3396.


Sm microwave exc cond. $75. 287-5022.


Must sell rattan sofa & table. $500. Living room chair. S300.
287-4635.

Whirlpool dishwbhr exc cond. $325. Dinette 4 chairs w leaf.
$125. 4 prisac) drapes. S150. 284-4836.

Dining tbl for 2. fans. size 7 8 wedding dress. bridal hat.
coffee tbl. mattress. 284-3397.

A c. $125. A c. S150. Dehumidilier S115. 286-3187.

2 Desk chairs. S25ca. Leather rocket. S85. Rocker recliner.
S200 2 9X12 blue carpets. S75ea. 287-5729.

Lg teakwood enter ct. S695. Computer tbl. $85. 282-4234.

Dinnette w 4 chairs, living rm set. dryer. 252-6610.

Queen siue mattress \ box springs gd cond. S50. 287-6177.

Coffee tbl. 2 end tbl. 2 lamps nice finish European made.
S200 282-3529.

Wooden lamps. S25ea obo. 284-5173.

Tapan microwave. $150. Antique wardrobe. $350. Chest of
drawers. S65. 6000 btu a c. $150. 1T and \cr cabinet. 284-
4085.

Beautiful Amer furn. bdrm. Ivgrm. family rm. 287-4621.

Carpet Ig light brown 20x24 with pad. S200. 252-6313.

Curtains for tropical qtrs. beige. 10 spd bike. baby seat. 287-
4435.


Slate blue sleeper sofa love seat. $850. 12X15 honey carpet.
$100. 2, 3 pc bdr sets. $300ea. 287-5729.


3 a c. 21.000. .000. 1 0.000 btu. 252-2287.


Beige plaid sofa. love seat. lounge chair. $800 obo. 252-2379
after 5 p.m.

GE washer dryer. $635. 256-6453.

Whirlpool refrig 22 cu ft. S765. 256-6453.

Sofa bed. $125. 2874777.

Mahogany wardrobe w beveled mirror. $450. Xmas tree.
$30. Baby potty. $16. Graco umbrella stroller. $18.252-2981.

Living rm set. sofa. love seat. 2 end lamps. 8X12 tug rose.
S800 284-3733

Couch, love seat. chair set w foot stole, end tbls I yr old.
S650 lable w\ 4 chairs I yr old. $300. 260-4184.

Carpet w pad brown 12X22. $250. Stairway. $75. 2 blue
9X12 all exc cond. 284-4836.

Queen sz hdrm. Sears dishwasher. Ivgrm furn, tv. carpets.
chest of drawers. 287-3594.

Older green \inyl sofa sleeper w matching recliner. $150.
Beige reclner. S75. Like new cocktail bhi. $50. 283-
4093 5030.

Upright Irec/er 3 yis old. $320. 2874178.

Queen s waterbed. frame, natt, heater. $250. 282-3731.

Used dryer works perfect. $60. 260-7666.

Round brass tbl w wdn base (colombian) appr 4 ft dia. S50.
282-3406 3201 daytime 282-4500 \weekends and nights.

Brand new\ gas stoce. 4 burners, center grill. $500. 226-1721.

Microiwa\e Sharp w carousel. $150. Lawnmower. Sears
3.5hp 6 nos old. $285. 287-3584.




Mec sizemaster press complete w dies supplies, $250. 252-
2630.

Baby crib mattress, baby toys. 287-4435.

Baby crib mattress, fresh white paint, exc cond. $75. 287-
6223.

Wooden rocker. $85. 20 gal fish tank w accessories $100. 10
gal fish tan. $20. 282-3392.

Emerson casablanca ceiling fans-52" wdn blades. $100 new
$85 used. Lamp fixture $25. 286-3192.

Car seat. $20. Baby auto swing. 15. Lg bird cage. $15. 287-
6373.

6.5kw gas generator 120 220newcond. $2800. 252-6425after
5.

2 ten spd Benotto bikes, I men, I women. $120ea. 252-5792.


6.5kw diesel generator 120,220 mounted on a trailer, news
cond. duty paid. S4000. 252-6425.

Full s/ ping-pong tbl. S140. Utility tbl 63x39. $75. 2 hp
swimming pool pump. $200. 261-0258.

lixer board. 535. 1 unmy trimmer. $15 Figus tree. $65. 268-
0621.

Boy bike. $25 Picnic tbl. 25. Rugs 2 8x llshag. S70ca, 8x1.0
S50. 12I14. $1001 284-3752.

Caiper Ig It brsow 20x24 w pad $200. 252-6313.

2 14.00011 bu a cs gd cond. 10l0ea. 285-5827.

2 rugs 12x15 anrd 8x12 biege coloi gd cond 284-3623.

\Whiilpiol a c 13.000 btu 6 nmos old. $500. 8.0001 btu. S400 I
imno old. 284-6521.

Ilome buLglat alarm S60. 10 spd 26" bike. S90. Universal
lenmote control box for ti\ \i. $60. 261-0258

lxer bike, computer desk. 2 20" bikes, luggage. dishwasihec
nd \ ork. mxnas tree. 286-4691.


Assemble palio screening iavail for 2 bdrm trop. 284-4321.


18k Italian gold chain bracelet men $230. 286-4585

I g pet cage. $25. Umbrella stroller gd cond. S20. 287-4532
after 5 pm..

Alpaca rug, woven. 6x8, gr, brwh. needs to he seen to appr.
$225, Fd processor watt exc cond. $250. 2824500.

Original military piint "Malvern Hill" by Don Stivers, limited
edition of 1,100. $200. 282-3406 3201 days 2824500 p.m.

White unif sire 38. 40. $75ca. Golf clubs MacGregor reg.
$300. Elect Sewing mach w case: tbl. $1500. 282-4500.

Men leatherjacket s 38. ladies jacket sz 12. silver mink stole
fr Norway. $250. 282-3406 3201 days 282-4500 pm.

Work bench. $60 Misc tools, airator for live bait new. $20.
Surfing fins. $10. Home masseur, vib new. $50. 282-4500.

Atari games 20. 5cea $80 all 282-3406 3201 days 282-4500.

Life cycle compt exer bike new. $2000. Nordic skier exer
mach. $1200. Abdominal back exer mach new. S75. 282-
3406 3201 days.

Sm carry on travel cage for sm pet. $10. 287-4738.

Lg outsd parrot cage will hold several parrots. $75.287-4738.

I Ix8 ft rm partition, fence, suspended ceiling, carpet. 8000
btu a c. range hood wt ducts. 252-2755.

Whirlpool 18.000 btu a c under warr. $400. Whirlpool
upright freezer. S275. 282-3980.

Fisher price car seat exc cond. S35. 287-3298.

Blinds. curtains. carpets 6x9. curtains for Ig wind. 284-6539

Surfboard. 6'1" Canyon tri-fin. gd cond w astrodeck. $175.
New giant astrodecks. $22. Boardbags. $40. 252-2276.

2 surfboards, 6"2' ne\er used. w astrodeck. trl-fin. S320ea. 2
boardbags new. S40. Atomic astrodeck. $20. 252-2276.

Rattan hdhd for twin bed. $85. Luggage Sam 5 pcs. S145.
Vacuum Hoover 4 mbs old. $100. 287-3584.

Patio tb ws chairs, bb grill gas. rugs. 28" men 26" girl bikes
287-5339.

6000 btu a c. butcher block dishwasher, side ibls. extras. 282-
6933,

Juice maker. Carousel microwave, 4ft high fence, rugs, elect
train, curtains rods, more. 282-6933.

Curtains for all house, avail mid Sept. 252-6333.

Blinds. occ tbls. gas grill, skatebd. exer bike, carpet. 286-
4358.

A c Whirlpool 10,000 btu. S225. 252-6845.

Mini blinds. 2 blk. 3 bl. tool box for full s6 pick up. 252-5872.

Wedding gn st 10. vinyl uphol material br. or wh. orthopedic
knee braces. 252-5985.

Lamp, high chair. RCA color tv. rugs 9x12 gr 6x9 beige. 262-
1750.

Twin bed frame, ladies clubs set complete never used. men
graphite driver. 252-2360.


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Aug. 18,1989 23




IBM PC-XT compatible. 2 disk drives. 8 expansion slots.
640k, color monitor. Okidata printer, manuals. $1700. 284-
4993.

Refrigerator Admiral. $550. Elect GE stove. 2 boys bike.
S50ea. Skatebd. pressure guage for diving. $35. typewriter.
232-5018.

Bell & Howell slide projector, teak dining set for 2. $275.
Artist folding easel lor outdr work. $100. 232-5018.

Baby bassinet & skirt S30. 286-4675.

Dishwasher. Gen electric. $175. Bookcase. $90. Rug
shampooer. $30. 284-6183.

Century infant car seat. daN cradel.gerr) pack. ump boots 4
I 2 orn once $S50neg. 245-2267.

A c Whirlpool. 18mos. 10.000 hbti uexcond. S200. 260-7666.

Hulfy beach bike. bl. I spd. many extras cost $125 one ear
old will sell for S75 287-4723 3712 after 6:30 pm

A c. wall unit. tl. dishes, baby items. books. misc.283-6737.




1982 Honda 550. 1989 tag. duty paid. S1000. obo. 262-1750.

1985 Suzuki 120. great cond. low miles, duty pd. 5485. 252-
6291.

Kawasaki 550 LTD. 1980. $500. 287-6892.

1982 Kawasaki KXI25. new cyl. piston, rings, reed valve,
helmet, gd cond. $450. 284-4670.

Yamaha DT 175. w, helmet. nxc cond. 51200 obo. 285-5865.

Yamaha scooter 200cc. automatic 70mpg. cxc cond.
$1200, obo. 2844698.

Yamaha YZ80. like new. gd cond. make gd offer. 287-6143.




44 B Albrook, toys. tv, carpet, stereo. clothes., ar. more.
Saturday.

61 B Albrook Canfield, Saturday 7-11.

Qtrs 98 A Albrook. Classic Junque. Saturday.

102 A Albrook. Saturday.

139 A Albrook. assort clothing, kitchenware. stroller. plants.
more. Saturday 8-12.

310 B Albrook, 3 family patio sale. Saturday 7-noon.

317 B Albrook. college books. misc items. 2 toy boxes.
Saturday.

Qtrs 770-C Barneby St. Balboa. household items, clothes.
misc. Saturday 8-12.

Qtrs 3206. Empire St. Balboa. Saturday.

1533 A Howard AFB. clothing, stereo equipment,baby furn.
Saturday.

5066 A Diablo. fresh saltwater, rods. reels, lures,.eathers.
jigs. bucktails. I 2 price. Saturday 9-12




Aquariums and aces. super 8 movie camera, projector. 8ft
ladder. 252-2042.

Bose 301. 2604189.

Moaphead scotter, gd cond. 284-3830.

Baby playpen, high-chair, and car seat. 252-2042.,
Camper shell for 6'6" bed pick up truck. reasonable. 262-
1750.

Musicians know how to play bavaria music. 223-1189 ask
Franz.

One crank shaft in gd cond. ready to use for a sm block
Chevy. reasonable. 284-4670.

Wire fence 150ft or longer. 252-1194.


Winch for Toyota 4 Runner. 226-7091.

Good used Canon F-I Camera. No interest in other. 260-
7769.


cohes. tperiter. Negotible. 286-4589. Kig se eadbard 252-5425
clothes. typewriter. Negotiable. 286-4589. King size Headboard. 252-5425.


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24 Aug. 18,1989


RP crisis makes canal customers wary


PANAMA CITY, Panama
(Reuter) - The Panama Canal, one
of the world's great engineering feats,
marked its 75th anniversary Tuesday
at a critical point in its history, facing
an uncertain political outlook,
financial austerity and growing
competition.
The canal, built over a period of 34
.years at a total cost of $639 million,
was officially opened Aug. 15, 1914
when the Panamanian steamship
Ancon sailed through it.
The waterway revolutionized


world trade by allowing ships to cross
between the Pacific and Atlantic
oceans without having to skirt South
America and it remains an important
sea route.
But changing patterns of world
trade, oil pipelines and increasing use
of railroads to transport containers
across the United States have hurt its
supremacy, marine experts say.
The canal has also been caught up
in a political feud between
Washington and Panamanian
strongman Gen. Manuel Antonio


The "Moatengators," A Company, 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment
(Airborne), storm the beach near Fort Amador as part of Thursday's
readiness exercise.(U.S. Army photoby SFC Cecil Stack)


Noriega.
The United States, which does not
recognize the Noriega-controlled
government, has refused to hand
over canal tolls since March 1988,
paying them into a U.S. escrow
account.
Noriega has alleged that the real
motive for Washington's campaign
against him is to revoke a 1977 treaty
handing over full control of the canal
to Panama by the year 2000.
Richard Wainio, head of economic
research at the Panama Canal
Commission, a U.S. government
agency that runs the canal, said it was
a critical time because Panama had
to convince shipping owners it would
be a good steward of the canal after
2000.
The political crisis had not affected
canal operations so far, he said. But
owners were looking at present
tensions in the country and asking if
they could depend on Panama.
"Once they go elsewhere they will not
come back," he told Reuters.
A French company, founded by
Suez Canal builder Ferdinand de
Lesseps, began building the Panama
Canal in 1880 but had to abandon the
effort because of money problems
and disease that killed thousands of
workers.
The U.S. government bought the
company in 1904 and completed the
work.


About 200 people lined the banks
of the Miraflores Locks near Panama
City Tuesday to wave to two big
cargo ships, the Greek-registered
Antipodes and the Panamanian-
registered Muskateer, which blew
their horns in reply.
Canal officials boarded the ships
to present special plaques to their
captains commemorating the 75th
anniversary. Plaques were to be given
to all of the 32 ships expected to
traverse the canal Tuesday.
But the Canal Commission was
planning only a small reception for
the anniversary. Plans for a big party
were cancelled because it was
thought inappropriate at a time of
belt-tightening measures, an official
said.
The canal ran up the biggest
monthly deficit in its history, $6.1
million, in June because of a drop in
revenues and higher operating costs,
U.S. sources told Reuters in July.
The sources said the canal could be as
much as $20 million in arrears by the
end of the year.
More than 12,300 vessels, carrying
157 million tons of cargo and paying
more than $400 million in tolls and
other fees, sailed through the canal in
the year to September 1988, Wainio
said.
Cargo carried had declined by
more than four percent this year, he
said, but predicted the downturn
would be temporary.


Soares arrives in RP; hopes for crisis solution


PANAMA CITY, Panama
(Reuter) - Organization of
American States Secretary General
Joao Baena Soares arrived in
Panama Wednesday saying he hoped
for an intensive effort by
government, military and opposition
groups to solve the country's
protracted political crisis.
"I hope the sides agree on formulas
for a national accord," Baena Soares
said in brief remarks to reporters at
Panama City's Omar Torrijos
airport.
"I also hope they make an intensive
effort to make up for lost time," he
added.


Baena Soares has visited Panama
several times as part of an OAS
mission set up to promote a solution
to a crisis caused by the annulment of
May 7 general elections.
The opposition said it won the
elections despite attempts by
supporters of strongman Gen.
Manuel Antonio Noriega to rig
them.
The OAS has called for a transfer
of power in Panama by Sept. 1, the
date a new government should take
power under the constitution. The
mission has to report back to the
OAS by August 23.
Baena Soares is expected to attend


OAS-sponsored talks between the
government, military and opposition
Thursday.
The talks have made little headway
so far. The government is calling for a
national unity government and new
elections while the opposition wants
Noriega to step down and
recognition of what it says was its
victory in the May elections.
A session of the talks Wednesday
was dominated by discussion of the
government's seizure of an
independent radio and television
network.
The government announced
Monday that it was appointing an


administrator and confiscating, the
property and bank accounts of the
Panamanian Broadcasting Corp.,
accusing it of owing $5 million in
taxes.
The network is one of the few news
outlets in Panama which devote
much coverage to the opposition.
Former opposition presidential
candidate Guillermo Endara said the
confiscation aggravated the situation
in Panama and vowed to take up the
issue with Baena Soares.
"We are going to inform him of the
deterioration of the Panamanians'
situation and in particular of the
right of expression," he said.


Police seize, lose $20.2m


BONN, West Germany (Reuter)
- West German police confiscated
$20.2 million from a Hamburg bank
account believed held by Colombian
cocaine smugglers, but a prosecutor
said their action was illegal and freed
the money.
A government official Wednesday
confirmed a report in the weekly
magazine Stern that the Federal
Crime Office's action against
suspected money-laundering was
thwarted by the Frankfurt public
prosecutor's office.
"West German authorities could
not confiscate the money because
there is no legal ground for such
action," Interior Ministry
spokesman Wighard Haerdtl told
Reuters.
"There was no hard evidence in
West Germany that the money
stemmed from drug dealing," he said,
adding the government was looking
into ways to tighten the law.
The Federal Crime Office acted on
a tipoff from U.S. officials that $20.2
million had been transferred to the
German-South American Bank in


Hamburg from Banco de Occidente
in Panama.
Banco de Occidente has been
accused by the United States of
running a billion-dollar money-
laundering scheme for Colombia's
Medellin cocaine cartel.
West German police seized the
money in April, saying they had
stopped a further transfer of most of
the sum to a Swiss bank account as
part of apparent money-laundering
of illegal drug proceeds, according to
Stern.
The Frankfurt prosecutor's Office
intervened on behalf of Banco de
Occidente May 18 and cancelled the
seizure, saying West German police
had no authority to deal with a
suspected crime committed by
foreigners on foreign soil, Stern said.
The money was returned to Banco
de Occidente June 6.
Federal Crime Office chief
Heinrich Boge, in a subsequent letter
to the Interior Ministry, complained
that the action had damaged the
credibility of West German
authorities in the international fight
against drug dealers.


U.S., Honduras to hold war games


TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras
(Reuter) - U.S. and Honduran
ground, naval and air forces will
stage a new series of joint military
maneuvers next month near the
country's border with Nicaragua,
an Army spokesman said
Wednesday.
The war games scheduled from
Sept. 7 to 12 will include counter-
insurgency exercises and measures
to combat drug-trafficking along
the Honduran Pacific coast.


They will involve U.S. troops
based in Panama, the spokesman
said. He gave no figures.
Last month, Honduran and
U.S. troops staged a week of joint
maneuvers involving 950 U.S.
Marines.
More than 150,000 U.S. soldiers
have taken part in maneuvers
since 1982 in Honduras,
Washington's closest ally in
Central America.


Brazil for OAS action in RP


BRASILIA (Reuter) - Senator
Richard Lugar Tuesday called on
Latin American nations to apply
strong pressure to Panama to ensure
a transition to democracy there.
Lugar, an Indiana Republican and
a member of the senate foreign affairs
committee, is visiting several Latin
American countries ahead of the
September 23 meeting of the
Organization of American States in
Washington.
In the Brazilian capital, Brasilia,


Lugar met with Foreign Minister
Roberto de Abreu Sodre and other
foreign ministry officials to discuss
Panama.
After the meeting, foreign ministry
spokesman Ruy Nogueira said Brazil
was against applying economic
sanctions against Panama. He said
Brazil favored political action.
Lugar told a news conference the
U.S. government was not
considering economic sanctions or
military intervention in Panama.




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.Air Wh Tropic Times Vol. II, No. 29 Quarry Heights, Republic of Panama Aug. 18, 1989 U.S. military forces stage readiness exercise QUARRY HEIGHTS (US areas in Panama. In the Pacific area, Additional Army troops provided National Guard members from the SOUTHCOM PAO) -The U.S. Howard AFB, Fort Kobbe and U.S. security for U.S. Army and U.S. 156th Tactical Fighter Group loaded Southern Command Thursday Naval Station Panama Canal Navy housing areas in Fort Amador, live general purpose bombs on their conductedajoint-service contingency (Rodman) were secured, along with after air assaulting onto the golf A-7D Corsair aircraft. Throughout readiness exercise designed to test the Fort Clayton, Corozal, and Albrook course and arriving on the shores via the exercise, security forces at U.S. forces ability to respond swiftly AFS. In the Atlantic community, Landing Craft Mechanized. Howard and Albrook maintained an and decisively in defense of the Fort Davis and Fort Sherman were Also as part of the exercise, U.S. increased alert status. Panama Canal and protection of also secured, along with U.S. Marine forces supported by light The U.S. Navy Special Boat Unit U.S. lives and property. Southern Command headquarters, armored vehicles secured the western 26, Patrol Boats, provided naval To test their quickness and Quarry Heights, and the Gorgas U.S. and northern perimeters of Howard security in support of the exercise. efficiency, U.S. forces were required Army Community Hospital. AFB. U.S. Army infantry units from the to secure three important military The exercise, which began at 8 a.m. In the Atlantic area, Task Force 5th Battalion, 87th Infantry, 1st Thursday when unit alert procedures Atlantic conducted security missions Battalion, 508th Infantry (Airborne), were implemented, and terminated at near Coco Solo and Fort Sherman, 1st Battalion, 61st Infantry, 5th 4 p.m., was hailed a success by as well as mounted and dismounted Infantry Division (Mechanized) and participating commanders. patrols. the 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry, 7th U.S. Army troops provided The U.S. Air Force's 24th InfantryDivision,participatedinthe security for the Fort Clayton and Composite Wing generated OA-37 exercise. Curundu areas and secured Albrook Dragonfly aircraft, used for air strike UH-60 Blackhawk and AH-1 AFS, Gorgas Army Community control, in record time. Cobra helicopters provided air Hospital, and surrounding areas. Simultaneously, Coronet Cove Air support to the readiness exercise. Opposition protests TV takeover P PANAMA CITY, Panama takeover but announced Tuesday candidate Ricardo Arias Calderon (Reuter) -Panamanian opposition that it was suspending radio and said the seizure "was the culmination leaders protested Wednesday against television news programs while they of a series of acts which have the government's seizure of an were restructured. Network sources prevented the network from independent television and radio said senior news staffers were being transmitting freely." He added that network and said they would take up replaced but no official spokesman the move was aimed at tightening the issue with the head of the was immediately available for government control over the news Organization of American States. comment. media and had nothing to do with FLAG RAISIVG -A Military The government announced Opposition vice presidential back taxes. Policeman at the U.S. Southern Monday that it was appointing an Command headquarters, Quarry administrator and confiscating the R P students stage another protest Heights, raises the Panamanian property and bank accounts of the flag. U.S. forces have raised and Panamanian Broadcasting CorporaPANAMA CITY, Panama (AP) Students said they blocked Bolivar lowered the Panamanian national tion, accusing it of owing $5 million -About 100 students blocked a Avenue to protest the indefinite emblem since Saturday, after dollars in taxes. street and hurled rocks and sticks at closing of two high schools in Panama Defense Forces The network is one of the few news police Wednesday to protest the Chiriqui, in the western part of the personnel failed to appear to outlets in Panama which devote closing of three high schools where country, and one in Colon, 50 miles perform that treaty-mandated much coverage to the opposition. p u p i l s d e m o n s t r a t e d north of Panama City, after antitask. According to Joint Government, military and against Gen. Manuel Antonio government demonstrations last Committee Arrangement 5b-3, opposition representatives spent Noriega's government. week. dated Sept. 28, 1979, the flags of several hours Wednesday discussing No injuries were reported. The Education Ministry has the Republic of Panama and the the seizure during OAS-sponsored Witnesses said they saw armed men warned that it will close any school U.S. shall be raised and lowered talks aimed at resolving the political dressed in civilian clothes detain one where there are disturbances in the correspondingly by members of crisis caused by the government's student during the two-hour clash on weeks before the scheduled change of the forces of each respective annulment of general elections. a street between the University of government Sept. 1. nation at the agreed Military "We consider that the seizure of Panama and the Arts and Trades One student died and several Areas of Coordination. The the network and the replacement of College (Trans-Isthmian Highway). others were injured at the university Panamanian flag occupies the its news chiefs is an, enormous Police fired tear gas to try to break Aug. 3 when police fired birdshot to position of honor i the areas aggravation of the situation in up the protest. At least twice, the break up a demonstration. made avaable to the U.S. Panama," opposition presidential students, from 13 to 16 years old, pursuant to the Panama Canal candidate Guillermo Endara told a picked up unexploded cannisters and Treaty and related agreements. news conference. tossed them back at police. (U.S. Army photo by Cesar N. The network has continued A torrential rain ended the Lopez) operating since the government demonstration. NOclub gate Bush hints at kidnapping Noriega "O) -Be NMonday, WASHINGTON (UP I) -and brought to justice and I have an presidential election in Panama early pedestrians will have to enter Fort President Bush hinted the United obligation to try to bring people to this year was riddled with fraud. Clayton through the Gaillard States may try to apprehend justice," the president said. "I reiterate that our argument is Highway gate located near the Panamanian military leader Gen. But Bush, who said he was "not not with the Panamanian Defense NCO Club. Manuel Antonio Noriega and bring holding my breath on (Noriega's) Forces, it is with Mr. Noriega In addition, taxis and local him to the United States to face drug voluntary departure" from Panama, himself," Bush said, renewing an Panamanian and military shuttle trafficking charges. stressed there were constraints on appeal to the Panamanian military to bus users must also use this Asked at a news conference how far he would go to prosecute the repudiate Noriega. entrance. Tuesday whether the United States general. "If he were to go out and -you According to SGM Howard P. would be willing to kidnap the "There's always limits. There's had the will of the people recognized, Schetrompf, the community Panamanian strongman, Bush always limits in matters of this nature we would instantly have better operations agency sergeant major, deliberately left open the possibility, and the limits as far as I'm concerned relations with Panama," said Bush, this will reduce traffic congestion citing the case of Fawaz Yunis, a are the lives, first, of Americans, and who has maintained anti-Noriega around Fort Clayton's main gate. Lebanese nabbed by U.S. officials in clearly innocent life," Bush said, economic sanctions imposed by Anyone who needs to be signed a 1987 sting operation in the referring to casualties that might President Reagan in 1988. "It would on post must now report to this Mediterranean and convicted in result from a military operation. be good for our country and certainly gate. The same procedures Washington earlier this year of "You've got to consider those it would improve life for the previously used at the main gate hijacking a Royal Jordanian airliner. things when you go about whatever it Panamanians." will be followed "We have an indictment out is, hostages, or try to bring Mr. The 75th anniversary of the first Military shuttle buses will against General Noriega for drug Noriega to justice," he said. ship to pass through the Panama continue their normal route on trafficking. I'm told that it's a good Reflecting the confusion that Canal was marked Tuesday and post which will now include indictment -that it's an in-depth exists in Panama, Bush stressed it Noriega -indicted by two federal stopping at the NCO Club gate to indictment," Bush said. was not clear what would happen in grand juries in Florida in February ping aten Cbat "I'm not saying what I would do or the Central American nation after 1988 -last Saturday celebrated his p lic a police will man the gate wouldn't do, but there was a case Sept. 1, which is the scheduled start sixth year in power as commander of Miltad pe lla where a man -was apprehended of the new presidential term. The the defense forces. around the clock.

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people Pacific mayors visit Atlantic community story and photo Atlantic. organized the exchange when she saw Clark said the Atlantic "has a close by PFC Megra D. Johnson For some it was the first time there was a desire for the mayors to knit community that would be FORT DAVIS (USARSO PAO) they had seen this side of the isthmus. learn what made each community possible on both sides of the isthmus -In an effort to improve the The visit was an effort to foster work. if the two communities were to work mayoral programs in Panama, better communication between the The mayors from the Pacific together." several of the mayors from the two sides. According to Elba accompanied by Lt. Col. Robert According to Lori Martin, mayor Pacific community visited the Guardia, installation volunteer Henry, garrison commander, for Curundu, the reason why the Atlantic community Friday. coordinator, both sides have Margaret Boltz, volunteer manager mayoral program is so successful in Nine of the 23 mayors from the information and ideas that would be for the Atlantic, and Jan Echavarry, the Atlantic is because mayors have Pacific attended a tour of the beneficial for the other. Guardia Fort Davis mayor, visited the guest access and support from chain of house, the aquativity center, the command. "Henry has an open door commissary and post exchange. policy the Pacific mayors are most After having lunch at the Caoba impressed with." Echoing this Cafe at Fort Davis Community Club sentiment Clark said "the Atlantic the mayors went to Sundial mayors have direct access to Henry Recreation Center and the officer's which is important if the mayoral club at Fort Sherman. program is to work." Alton Zeigler, mayor for Cocoli, The exchange was not one sided said this visit "is the initiation for a however. The Pacific mayors deal problem-solving mission." He hopes with problems on a different level the mayors from both communities than the Atlantic mayors. The Pacific will soon be able to sit down and mayors feel they could be solve mutual problems. This visit was instrumental in helping Atlantic the first step in that direction. mayors help their community deal Though the mayors had little with a mass relocation. This is a chance to share a great deal of situation the Pacific mayors handled information, one thing was with care and concern the Atlantic noticeable. The Pacific mayors were community hasn't felt in great impressed with what they saw in the numbers. COMMUNICATIONS BOOST -Packing up their Howard AFR base Atlantic. About the community itself If the visit has accomplished camp are 5 members of the 3rd Combat Commauications Group, TWker and the program, Pat Clark, mayor anything at least it has opened the AFE, Okla. They provided extra coa.mu.ication circuksfor the Defense for the 800 area at Fort Clayton, said doors of communication to allow Communications Agency here for about 70 days recently. (U.S. Air Force she was given the royal treatment. "I beneficial ideas to flow freely to and photo by Capt. Dale R. Livergood) felt like queen for a day," Clark said. from both sides of the isthmus. Summer hire gives students knowledge, experience by Maria E. Len-Rios program is a wonderful opportunity Michelle Montgomery, "I think the Montgomery will attend college in for young people to expand their most important thing teens can do is San Fransisco studying for a FORT CLAYTON (USARSO capabilitiesandtolearnwhatittakes develop a friendship and working communications/broadcasting PAO) -This summer you may have to live in the real world," Carlisle relationship with those in the office." degree. noticed numerous young people said. Montgomery worked as a The student hire program has working at Army offices or standing Carlisle worked with the youth secretarial assistant with the Record benefited many of the student in line at the bank on payday. Well, soccer program, Recreation Fest '89, Management Office, 1109th U.S. employees and perhaps their the summer is drawing to a close and and the father-son golf tournament. Army Signal Brigade, Corozal. She supervisors have learned from the for many summer hires it means She also helped arrange softball worked with computers and students as well. "It was great to have going back to school. games and a turtle race. "My job was communications equipment. a young person in the office," said Approximately 398 students were a real challenge," Carlisle said. "It "I have learned that communicaKathryn Wilson, Montgomery's hired this summer through the could get stressful because of the tion is one key element to working supervisor. "Michelle helped us with Civilian Personnel Office to fill jobs amount of work and the hours. I well with others," Montgomery our backlog, she was fun and will go ranging from manual labor to clerical sometimes had to work on added. far with her great personality." work. To qualify for a position, they weekends." had to be full-time students, at least Now that her job is over, Carlisle M ilitary get break in civil court 16-years-old, U.S. citizens and will attend Penn State University, in dependents of military or civilian McKeesport, Pa., to study medicine. FORT CLAYTON (USARSO judicial proceeding against me working in Panama. The program is For some students, the program PAO) -The Soldiers' and Sailors' because I am overseas? usually sponsored each year, but was helped them choose a career field. Civil Relief Act was enacted by A. Yes, but a postponement of inactive last year because of lack of "Working at the Information Congress in 1940 to give service judicial proceedings is not automatic government funding. Center helped me learn more about members stationed overseas a way to and is granted only .if the service The summer hire program is computers and to decide my major in delay judicial actions until they were members' ability to appear is implemented, not to aid the offices, college. It has been a good able to appear in court. The materially affected by military but to help students gain knowledge experience," said Nick Threat. following are three of the most service. It must be shown to the court and experience. commonly asked questions about the that military duties prevent "The summer hire program is for of Threat worked at the Directorate SSCRA: appearing in court on the date set. In the student," said Donna Blaisdell, as Information Management Center Q. Isn't it true that under the addition to this requirement, judges chief of recruitment and placement. as an information specialist. He SSCRA, I can automatically typically require the service member "It's good work experience and answered questions dealing with postpone the payment of my debts? to exercise "due diligence" to attend shows the students how life is in the equipment repair and computer A. The law does not allow service the proceedings. This means the regular work force. Through the software. If the questions were members to postpone payments of servicemember isgenerallyrequired ood example and guidance of their unsolvable over the phone, he went mebs to show he has attempted to obtain g o r opefuly the to the computer and fixed it. He also debts. super so ething they can apl programed new computers. Q. Isn't it true that e Iyou are an active duty service the future." Threat will be pursuing a degree in against me under the SSCRgA? member who has received notice of Some student hires worked to earn computer science at the extension of AaNt .ne the SC iA i civil lawsuit and believe your military college money and to learn how to Florida State University in Panama. A. No, it only apples to civil service materially affects your ability cope in the real world. For some student hires, working the proceedings. to appear in court on the date Jo Carlisle worked as a recreation summer meant not only learning new Q. Isn't it also true that under the specified, SSCRA may help you. assistant at the Fort Clayton Youth skills but making new friends. SSCRA, I can successfully request a Contact your local legal assistance Sports Office. "The summer hire "The 1109th is my family," said continuance or a postponement of a office for advice. Commander-in-Chief .Gen. Fred F. Woerner Assistant NCOIC .SFC Richard A. Czizik This authorized unofficial command information publication Director, Public Affairs .Col. Ronald T. Sconyers Editorial Staff .SSgt. Greg Markley is for U.S. Armed Forces overseas. The Tropic Times is Executive Editor/NCOIC .SMSgt. Harold J. Lee Sgt. Monique Chere published in conjunction with the Armed Forces Information Managing Editor .Colin Hale Spec. Anthony Craft Program of the Department of Defense, under the supervision of AIC Randy Lawson the director of Public Affairs, U.S. Southern Command. Composing Room ...Rosemary Chong Contents of the Tropic Times are not necessarily the official view Carolyn Coffey of the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense or the U.S. T he o p T im es Southern Command. The address is: APO Miami, 34002, Albrook Post Office. Telephone 285-6612.

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 3 1,500 Peruvians get Army health care story and photos "At first Mesones just observed," by Spec. A. Scott Lawrence Taber commented. "He waited until I he was familiar with our medications LAMBAYEQUE, Peru and techniques. Then he became a (USARSO PAO)A U.S. Army great asset." medical team recently provided Two additional Peruvian doctors health care for approximately 1,500 worked with the medical team, Peruvians during an eight day however, they did not work beside medical readiness training exercise American doctors. conducted by 3/7th Special Forces "We split the doctors for crowd Group from Fort Davis. control," Echavarry explained. "We Working in dimly lit classrooms, didn't want one large mass of people soldiers from the 3/7th, 142nd waiting to see the doctors." Medical Battalion, Fort Clayton, Numerous other Peruvian nurses, and one soldier from Rohee Dental pharmacists and soldiers assisted in Clinic, Fort Bragg, N.C., cooperated the Fuerzas Unidas exercise. with Peruvian counterparts in A Fuerzas Unidas '89. The soldiers CW02 Erick Echavarry hands out health care items to Peruvian youngsters In addition to providing care for Frovderzas U ia , 8 enl s dr during theMEDRETE's visit. the Peruvians, the MEDRETE provided medical, dental and allowed special forces medics veterinary aid to four Peruvian "We had a good system," he said. never had any type of care in their recertification opportunities. Every towns. "As soon as people registered they life." two years SF medics must be "During this civic action project were given a dewormer. It's The most common dental recertified in veterinary medicine, we gave quality, one-on-one unfortunate, but most of the people treatment was pulling teeth, and dentistry, lab, trauma and other attention to people who really needed we treated for parasites will be according to Kline, "some things medical skills. it," said CWO2 Erick Echavarry, a reinfected. Hopefully this exercise never change, as everyone seemed to "One of the biggest problems we 3/7th physician's assistant. will open the door for the future, but fear the dentist." have as a forward deployed unit is Echavarry coordinated with the these people need to practice Lt. Col. Alfredo Isla, a Peruvian getting our medics certified," said Peruvian government as to which preventive medicine," Capps added. counterpart was also on the dental SFC Jorge 0. Rodriguez, a 3/7th towns received medical care. "They To instruct the Peruvians on team. While Isla and Elliott medic. selected the sites," he said. "The point preventive medicine, video tapes alternated patients to divide the A medic is certified when he I made was the need for developing were played at the sites. "The videos extraction work, ~ Kline screened acquires a set amount of points, towns; small enough so we could are in cartoon form," Capps said. patients and administered which he accumulates by performing treat everyone." "They explained to the Peruvians anesthetics. The team screened 805 certain tasks correctly in the presence According to Echavarry the most how to stay healthy through personal patients and extracted 335 teeth of a doctor or physician's assistant. important thing in a MEDRETE is hygiene and sanitation." during the field exercise. During the Fuerzas Unidas '89 to care for all the people. "The towns "Isla and Elliott both had great MEDRETE, medics had the we visited were good size and we The dental team was also hands," Kline said. "Isla is the best opportunity to recertify in dental, offered complete medical, dental and concernedwith preventive medicine. counterpart I've worked with, and veterinary and medical treatment veterinary care," said Echavarry, We handed out free toothbrushes this is my eighth MEDRETE," he categories. "My only regret is that we whose team averaged 187 patients and showed the people how to use added. couldn't bring more SF medics," and 125 animals a day. them," said Sgt. Randy Kline, a Another Peruvian worked with Rodriguez said. "Some excellent The medical team treated 142nd preventive dentistry specialist. veterinarian Capt. John R. Taber, training took place." everything from diarrhea to Kline worked alongside Lt. Col. commander of the 216th Medical After soldiers packed up the last respiratory infections. However, James M. Elliott, a Fort Bragg dental Detachment, Fort Clayton. site, Echavarry said it was the best infectious parasites were the biggest clinic chief. "It was quite an eyePeruvian Capt. Mario D. Mesones MEDRETE he had been on. "We problem according to Capt. opener," said Elliott, who was on his and Taber treated 1,008 animals with met our goals because the people Raymond Capps, a 3/7th battalion first MEDRETE. "We saw people anti-parasitic medication and a were professionals, and they were the surgeon. with total dental neglect and who had rabies shot, which is good for three key to the success of the years. MEDRETE," he added. Carmen Zieniga Rios, a Peruvian nurse, gives a deworming solution to a young Peruvian native. Capt. JohnR. Taber and vet team wrestle with a cow prior to giving the rabies Lt.Col. James M. Elliott and his Peruvian counterpart treat a dental patient vaccination. during the recent Fuerzas Unidas MEDRETE '89 -Peru.

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4 Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 'Jumping A mbassadors' train future jumpmasters by SFC Marshall B. Wilkins in Central and South America. Jumpmaster Personal Inspection nervous. They get out of the sequence Ground week at Fort Davis, was (JMPI). In JMPI the future they've been taught to follow when FORT DAVIS (USARSO PAO) the first week of the course. During jumpmasters learn the method and inspecting a jumper," he said. -An airborne operation is an this week some of the subjects the sequence they must use to inspect a "Every deficiency the jumper had excellent method of inserting soldiers students received instruction in jumper and identify any deficiencies on the test, we had seen before in into a hostile area to conduct a i n c 1u d e d: the d u ties and on the main parachute, reserve practice. I concentrated on doing the combat or rescue mission. responsibilities of a jumpmaster; parachute, rucksack and weapon inspection in the proper sequence Army airborne, ranger, and special characteristics of the main and before he boards the aircraft. "JMPI instead of worrying about the time. I forces units frequently perform reserve parachutes, pre-jump is one of the first barricades. If a was able to catch all of the airborne operations separately, and training, jump commands while in student fails JMPI after the re-test he deficiencies," said Sgt. Kent Long a combined with Field Training the aircraft, clearing the door, and fails the course," said SFC Carlos team leader. "This course increases Exercises to fine tune soldiers skills in putting the jumper out the door. Davis, JMPI instructor. your knowledge and safety in the art of parachuting. They also learned the duties of Written test airborne operations." Army parachutists are required to otherjobs that go along with being a The students must also pass a 100 Those paratroopers that passed go thru a mock drill on the ground jumpmaster such as Drop Zone question written test which has the written test and JMPI went on to before they execute the actual jump. Safety Officer (DZSO), Departure questions on every subject that was the second week of the course, Jump This drill includes boarding the Airfield Control Officer (DACO), covered on the st week "ay aircraft, checking each jumper's ancheSftyvheDr'scner etdn in the first week. "Any Week. During the second week they eqiprat, hiking u aic u e's and the Safety. The DZSO's concern student that fails the written test or had to participate in two airborne equipment, hooking up static lines is safe operation of the drop zone. JMPI gets a second chance to pass operations to complete the course. and exiting the aircraft. The mock The DACO makes sure personnel are Each student would be a jumper on drill helps soldiers maintain the tight safely loaded onto the aircraft. He the test he failed, if he fails again he's one of the jumps and a jumpmaster body position they must be in when also must inform the jumpmaster of out of the course," said instructor on of there jump. they exit an aircraft. any changes i times, aircraft, or SFC Steven Vorse. Reasons Cliche weather. The Safety assists the "Some students have problems The soldiers had different reasons Like the old cliche, "practice jumpmaster. with JMPI because they know for attending the course. "As a Like te oldclich, "prctice The last part of Rround week is the they're under the clock and they get fratnigtecus.A makes perfect," officers, NCOs and jumpmaster I'll feel more in control their subordinates strive for of the operation. Now I qualify for perfection in every phase of an senior jump wings and I only need a airborne operation. few more jumps to get my master These men realize any mistake could wings," said Long who plans to take affect the mission, cause serious the special forces qualification test. injury, or death. SSgt. Robert Estes, HHC, 1But the paratroopers aren't the 508th, smiled broadly after passing only ones involved in a successful JMPI and said,"I feel like I had 1,000 airborne operation. A parachute pounds of weight lifted off my drop gives pilots practice to become shoulders. I'm a section leader now adept at skillfully maneuvering their and when I was a private I had a lot of aircrafts over the drop zone at just respect for jumpmasters. Troops the right speed and altitude for the have more respect for and confidence jumpers to exit properly. in their leaders if the leaders are Safety is of the utmost importance jumpmaster qualified." to accomplish a successful mission. Benefits Jumpmasters are charged with the responsibility of ensuring that an With the training they received airborne operation is performed from the "Jumping Ambassadors" safely and successfully. many 508th paratroopers will be More than 60 paratroopers from jumpmasters on aircraft taking off the 1st Battalion (Airborne), 508th from Howard Air Force Base on an Infantry, 3/7 Special Forces Group airborne operation to drop and other units attended the paratroopers on Venado Drop Zone Jumpmaster's Course taught by 3/7 so they can accomplish their mission. SFG s o I d i e r s A ug. 4-17. The 508th benefits from the course because it now has more qualified Instructors jumpmasters; the soldiers have taken The instructors of the two week one more step in career progression, course are members of the group's and the Army benefits because when c ommand parachute team, also they're re-assigned to the 82nd known as the "Jumping AmbasAirborne Division or another sadors." They perform free fall Sgt. David Standish, Company A, 1st Bn., 508th Infantry, checks a jumper's airborne unit, they'll take their demonstrations on both sides of the equipment during jumpmaster inspection testing at Fort Davis. (U.S. Army jumpmaster skill and capabilities isthmus here, and in other countries photo by SFC Marshall B. Wilkins) with them. The Provost Marshal's Corner Hello crime fans and welcome even a registered gun off post The PDF sent a lieutenant and same thing. Not only did he back. Those of you who long unless in the line of duty. A civilian the Army sent a liaison officer. endanger his wife's career, but he nostalgically for the good old days who ignored that found himself in When questioned carefully, the really handicapped his family. On when we only ran stories of car a fender-bender on Via Espana lieutenant admitted that no traffic the other hand, now days they wrecks and contraband may as just after midnight. While he was violation had occurred but only need one car. Think of the well quit now, because this week waiting for the Transito to arrive, requested that the soldiers follow money that they can save. has none of these. a PDF G-2 car stopped and both him to the commandancia. The last story concerns a couple We do have a fool who tried to of the bent vehicles were searched. Liaison declined on their behalf, of soldiers who were pulled over drive through the back gate of When the PDF found the driver's and ordered them to continue to by a PDF riding in a taxi. When Fort Clayton with no license 9mm, they took him and his Fort Clayton, which they did they stopped, he jumped out of the plates on his car. He must have felt weapon downtown where he was under MP escort. taxi and asked for the driver's that he was safe because he had held until 8 a.m. If you were DWI on New Year's license. Then he jumped in the two base decals in the car. That did He was finally released to his Eve, you aught to be allowed to back seat and said that they would not help him though, as neither own custody without charges, but drive on base by now, right? have to go to the police station. one was for the car he was driving. his heater was not because he had Wrong. A soldier who knew that But after directing them onto Ave. Out of respect for his co-workers not registered it in Panama. We Balboa, he told the driver to pull and a healthy bribe we received, hope he kissed it good-by, because presented his ID card to the guard into a parking lot and offered a we will not reveal even his branch we doubt that hellCocoli. Since the ID card was deal. $20 he said, would make the wwilnteelew d t t nr clearly stamped NO POST driver's Washington State license ofIIN serviceES agin While we are in that area, we Although this minor event has DRIVING PRIVILEGES, the legal on the spot instead of waiting wish to report the break-in of a been overrun by grander actions, guard apprehended him. Now it's to get to court to pay $80. tack room at the Albrook stables. we thought that we would bring it going to be another five years The driver explained that he The thieves stole an arc welder, a to you anyway. Two soldiers in an before he can legally drive on post. only had $10, which angered the gas welder, a Prestolite welder, a official car were stopped on Ave. And if he quits the Army, the PDF, but not so much that he drill press and a hacksaw. The Nacional by a Transito who told record will be sent to his state didn't take it and leave. This story owner is upset because he will not them that they couldn't be in the license bureau and to the pleases me a little as it indicates a be able to work on his horse until city in uniform. When the soldier's insurance companies. Keep that in reversal in the rampant inflation the items are replaced. Lucky Freedom of Movement card didn't mind while you're at the club, of bribes that has made driving horse. break the deadlock, each side A Fort Clayton dependent down here more costly of late. Presently, it is illegal to carry called for backup. husband was also caught for the And that's all folks!

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 Seabees get lively training in Honduras story and photo ing cultural differences. During classes and mock projects in which the funding to contract these projects by John F. Wadman III politically sensitive periods the Seabees construct and then out to private contractors. Seabees are confined to military disassemble structures. They also do The Seabee motto, "CAN DO," PUERTO CASTILLO, Honduras bases or compounds and have limited local goodwill and civic projects. One describes their abilities well. They are (USNAVSTA PAO) -In Puerto access to recreation and example is the construction of capable of doing any construction job Castilla, it appeared to be another entertainment after working hours. basketball courts for schools without that the U.S. Navy requires. typical day of heat, humidity and Regardless of hardships and dust with the usual number of biting difficulties, the men of the NMCB insects. Add a fifth element, a group 133 Det take things in stride and with of U.S. Navy Seabees, and you have a sense of humor. This was never the makings of a unique day in this more apparent than when tiny Caribbean port. Commodore Ole L. Olsen, These Seabees are a 22-man Naval Commander, Naval Construction Mobile Construction Battalion 133 Battalions, Atlantic, visited the Detachment (NMCB 133 Det) led by NMCB 133 Detachment in Puerto Lt. Scott R. Lister and they are Castillo. deployed from Gulfport, Miss. Menu sign Their assignment in Puerto Castilla During an inspection of the site he is a combination training and got laugh out of the menu sign posted goodwill exercise. outside their mess tent. The days The mission is to erect two 20'x 48' specials included such delicacies as L concrete and steel buildings, one 20'x Gator Steaks, Boa Burgers and Fried CONCH SOUP 20' latrine and shower facilities Tarantula. building and three 16' x 32' elevated The detachment cook has even 5NAIL SALAD 6 wood structures with corrugated tin adopted a camp mascot, a green _ *A roofs called "seahuts' They have iguana, which he keeps in a large cage FRIED TA R AN TULAl i . only been given a 45-day deployment behind the mess tent. He had two of iR5 AL time to accomplish all of this. them but one of the iguanas GATOR STEA N' 3' Before construction could even mysteriously escaped one evening. begin, the detachment had to set up Many of the local Hondurans eat L -BURGE R $ '5 0 logistics and a communications iguana and say it tastes like chicken. system. Some of the equipment, such (Hey, you don't suppose Monday LCP iD N PtE * as tents and cots, were borrowed night's chicken stew was really -PIPE from Joint Task Force-Bravo at Soto Naw, couldn't have been!) To E r tT r * Cano Air Base, Honduras. understand the importance of S JU IE Common problems NMCB 133 Det's project and other HOU5E SPEC Some of the common problems similar ones, some background that occur when faced with such a information on Honduras is helpful mission are equipment failures, In acreage, Honduras is the second materials shortages, unavailability of largest country in Central America materials on the local market, next to Nicaragua, yet it is the least weather constraints and more. In urbanized. most Latin American countries, The impression is that, with so materials such as cinder block and much land and so few inhabitants, bags of cement are readily available, the country would be agriculturally but plumbing fittings and electrical prosperous. The reality is that over hardware are scarce. Quality 80 percent of the land is mountainous plywood is almost unheard of in and is unsuitable for farming or these places and, when available, the grazing. prices are astronomical. Still, the majority of the In tropical climates, weather can population are rural agriculturalists, Don't be frightened by the prices -they are in lempiras, the Honduran play an important role in or "campesinos, involved in currency. construction time. Not only can subsistence farming. This explains severe rainfall slow the actual why Honduras is teeter-tottering construction progress, but mud and with Haiti and Nicaragua for the title L a s visit 1978th C G high river levels can make travel to of "poorest country in the remote job sites impossible. hemisphere" Many equipment failures are Important role HOWARD AFB, Panama (1978th At Base Operations the students difficult to repair in the field due to Take into account all of these CG/PA) --Pilots from five Latin were told about the functions lack of parts, machine shops and factors and the project at Puerto American countries were recently the performed such as procedures to specialized tools. Castilla becomes more than a Seabee last students to learn how the 1978th coordinate flight plans, what There are physical hardships that training exercise and an example of Communications Group controls aircrews do to prepare a flight plan, the Seabees experience as well. goodwill to the Hondurans. Projects aircraft in Panama. and charts that are used. On the Accommodations are usually like the construction project in Two Guatemalans, two Costa weather side, the visitors saw the spartan. A folding cot, set up on a Puerto Castilla play an important Ricans, one El Salvadorian, one weather radar, satellite pictures of dirt floor under a tent, were standard role in strengthening our relationship Columbian, and one Mexican visited Central and South America, and living conditions for the detachment with Honduras, as well as with other the 1978th's flight facilities as part of each was told the current weather in when they arrived in Puerto Castilla. countries in the world. their advanced pilot indoctrination their particular country. Some of the men sleep in hammocks Other projects that various Seabee training at the Inter-American Air The students went on to learn how and to have a mosquito screen battalions have recently undertaken Forces Academy, at Albrook AFS. activities are coordinated between draped over ones cot is considered include the drilling of fresh water "The 1978th has conducted tours the control tower and Radar Final bourgeois. wells in Costa Rica, repairing a as part of the school's pilot courses Control facility from the Air Traffic Flying bugs floating military hospital barge on for many years. Our uniqueness in Services Division offices. Themosquitoesand"NoSee-ums" Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, and providing Spanish speaking air "The seven experienced aviators (microscopic flying bugs, similar to construction of a Scuba school at the traffic controllers was definitely an were impressed by our operations gnats, with a ferocious bite) are Honduran Naval Base in Puerto advantage to the Central and South and asked many questions. At the always on the prowl for fresh flesh. Castillo. American student pilots. tower, I explained the air traffic The Seabees found that the only The Engineering Exercise Planner Honduras and Spain are only two controller positions and rerelief for itching bites is a scented for these, and all other projects in other places in the world that provide sponsibilities, and airspace the tower body oil called "Skin-So-Soft" Central and South America, is Lt. Spanish radar approaches. And, we controls. I also spoke about how we Some of the men were put off by the Cmdr. Kenneth G. Moncayo. He is are a major part of the total flight handle different types of aircraft. unmanly fragrance, but after a few the Staff Engineer assigned to U.S. facilities in Panama," said MSgt. "At the radar facility, I briefed on sleepless nights, most of the Naval Forces Southern Command, Ignacio R. Reyes Jr., air traffic the equipment, services we provide detachment was smelling soft and under the command of Rear Adm. G. controller and 1978th tour guide for pilots, Howard AFB and Panama sweet. Whatever works! E. Gneckow. the students. airspace, and both the instrument There are also psychological The ideology of the Seabees is to be The 1978th facilities visited during a n d n a v i g at i o n a 1 a i r c raft hardships to overcome. Many of the prepared for rapid wartime the three hour tour were the Howard approaches. The pilots watched as we personnel are married and have kids. deployment, to work as an AFB Control Tower, Radar Final brought in an aircraft during various Short departure notices and independent and compact Control facility and the Air Traffic phases of flight. separations can create strain on their organization and to complete Services offices in Base Operations. Reyes added that "they really relationships, projects in a minimum amount of While in Base Operations the visitors commented on how the 1978th tower Many overseas deployments mean time. They use various methods to received two related briefings, one on and radar work together as a team language barriers, difficult monetary maintain these goals. Base Operations and the other on and said the tour was very valuable as systems and sometimes overwhelmHome port training includes Detachment 1, 5th Weather Wing. part of their course."

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6 Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 Ancon Boulevard side Qtrs. 500 Ar 1412 DODDS coo us Routes-Pacific , ManaoPace 512 -522 Ancon, Guayacan Terrace 0526 Ar 415 RCUTE LOCATIN pR/DEP Tl1E Ancon Boulevard San Juan Pl 568 -589 Arr 1418 A31 Albrook Bus Stop 428 Den 0640 C32 Curundu Junior High School Dep 1425 Albrook Bus Stop 429 Dep 0656 Ft. Clayton , Hocker Dr. (Main) Arr 1434 Albrook Bus Stop 430/432 Den 0702 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 910 Arr 1435 Curundu/Contr -2318 -2314 Dep 0707 Ft. Clay ton, orso Ave BS-438 Arr 1439 Curundu Junior High School Arr 0710 C42 Balboa High School Ceo 1425 A41 Curundu/Contr -2314 -2318 Cep 0710 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 910 -BIQ -400 Arr 1451 Aibrook BS -423 Ce3 0725 Ft. Clayton, ES 438 Arr 1452 Albrook BS -422 Dep 0726 Ft. Clayton, Hooker Dr. (Main) Arr 1455 Albrook BS -434 Den 0727 C43 Ft. Clayton -Qtrs. 1161 / 1121 / 1103 DeP 0700 Balboa High School Arr 0735 Balboa High School Arr 0715 All Albrook Bus StOn -435 -427 nep 3742 Cl Ft. Clay ton, Child Care Bldg. 39 Dep 0740 Aibrook (side) Qtrs. -66 Deo 0744 KIrDER Ft. Clayton, 602, 673, 717, 718, 725, 703 Dep 0743 Diablo Elementary School Arr 0755 QNLY Ft. Clayton, 682, 661 Cap 0745 AIbrook Nursery (to) 0915 Curundu Elementary School Arr 0755 Aibrook Nursery (fr) 1115 Cl Curundo Elementary School Deo 1035 Aibrook Pcol 1220 KlINDER Ft. Clayton, 602, 673, 682 Arr 1041 All Diablo Elenentary School De 1335 O'aLY Ft. Clayton, 717, 718, 725, 703 Arr 104 AIbrook -Qtrs. 66 Arr 1408 Ft. Clayton, Child Care Center Arr 105L Aibrook -aS 435 Arr 1409 C3 Curundu Elenentary School DeP 1355 Aibrook -BS 427 Arr 1410 Ft. Clayton, 1048, 1161 Arr 1402 A31 Curundo Junior High School Dep 1425 Ft. Clayton, 1120, 1105 Arr 1405 Curundu / Contr. 2310, 2318 Arr 1432 Ft. Clayton, 1028, 1003, 1005, 1013 Arr 1410 Abrook Bus Ston 427 Arr 1435 Ft. Clayton, 511, 573, 532, 544, 500 Arr 1417 A brook Bus Stop 432 Arr 1437 C43 Balboa High School Dep 1431 Albrook Bus Stop 429 Arr 1439 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 1161 Arr 1440 A41 Balboa High School Den 1445 Ft. Clayton, Jtrs. 1121 Arr 1442 Curundu/Contr. -Qtrs. 2310 Arc 1450 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 1103 Arr 1444 Curundu/Contr. -Qtrs. 2318 Arr 1452 C34 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 6.56 Den 0704 Albrook -BS 423 Arr 1453 Curundo Junior High School Arr 071C Aibrook -BS 422 Arr 1455 C44 Ft. Clay ton, Side Bldg. 153 Dep 072C Albrook -BS 434 Arr 1456 Ft. Clayton, Bldg. 156 Den 0721 A32 Albrook Bus Sto 434 Dep 0630 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 332 (Main) Den 0723 Abrook Bus Stan 422 -423 Dep 0648 Balboa High School Arr 073L Albrook Bus Stop 435 Dep 0650 Ft. Clayton Nursery (to) 0915 Albrook Bus Ston 427 Del 0651 Ft. Clayton Nursery Ifr) 0915 Curundo Junior High School Arr 0700 Albrook Pool 1220 A42 Albrook Bus Stop 427 Dep 0700 Mil Ft. Anador, 1t1s: 15, 19, 24, 36 Dep 0743 Albrook Opp BS 432 -431 DeD 0717 Ft. rna dor, trs. -Chapel 108 De 0746 Albrook Bus Stop 429 Den 0718 Ft. Arnador, Qtrs. 31 (side) Der 0747 Balboa High School Arr 0730 Balboa High School Arr 075A12 Albrook Bus Stop -423 Den 0740 Mil Balboa Elementary School -_epa 1355 Albrook Bus Stop -424 Den 0742 Ft. A1ador, 'tr,. 15, 19, 24, 36 Arr 1410 Albrook Bus Stoo -433 Cep 0745 Ft. Anador, Ctrs. -Chapel 138 Arr 1412 Diablo Elementary School Arr 0755 Ft. Anador, Qtrs. 31 (side) Arr 1417 A12 Diablo Elementary School Dep 1335 C34 Curundo Junior High School Dep 142, Albrook Bus Stop 423 Arr 1405 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 656 Den 1434 Aibrook Bus Stop 424 Arr 1407 C44 Balboa High School Den 1445 A1brook Bus Stop 433 Arr 1409 Ft. Clayton, Side Bldg. 153 Arr 1452 A32 Curundo Junior High School Dep 1425 Ft. Clayton, Bldg. 156 Arr 145, Albrook Bus Stop 427 Arr 1435 Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave. 332 Arr 145c AIbrook Bus Stop 423 -422 Arr 1437 E31 Cardenas, BS / across 7239 -7264 Dep .0646 AIbrook Bus Stop 434 Arr 1438 Cardena, BS / side 7230 -7226 Dep 10651 A42 Balboa High School (Via Curundu Rd.) .Dep 1445 Corozal (PCC) Opp Qtrs. 6541 Dep 065' Albrook Bus Stop -427 Arr 1457 Corozal (Army) Post Exchange Den 0700 Albrook Bus Stop -432 Arr 1458 Curundo Junior High School Arr 0710 Albrook Bus Stop -431 Arr 1459 D31 Diablo Elementary School Ce 0720 Albrook Bus Stop -429 Arr 1502 CurundU Junior High School Arr 07730 C31 (Via Clayton main Gate) A14 Albrook AFS BS 426 Dep 0141 Ft. Clayton / Mir/Bidg. 153 Deo 0645 Diablo Elementary School Arr 075c Ft. Clayton, Side/Bldg. 156 Dep 0646 Al Diablo Elementary School Dep 1035 Ft. Clayton, HOsp/Road 473 Den 0648 Albrook AFS BS 429, 428, 434, 422, 420, 421 Ar .1045 Ft Clayton, Entr/HockerCr Dep 0700 Albrook AWS BS 423, 424, .33, 435 A 1053 Curundo Junior High School Arr 0705 Aibrook AFS BS 427, 425, 426, 437, 432, 431 Arr 1 05 C41 Ft. Clayton, Bldg. 518 BO Den 0710 A14 Diablo Elementary School Dop 5 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532 Deo 0712 Albrook AFS BS 426 Arr I .401 Ft. Clay ton, Qtrs. 610 Den 0715 E31 Curundo Junior High School Dep 425 Ft. Clay ton, Qtrs. 690/717/718 Deo 0717 -Corozal, (PCC) Qt rs. 6541 Arr 43L Balboa High School Arr 0730 Cardenas, ES / acroos 7239 -7264 Ar Bil La Boca Rd. (Corner) Tavernilla St. Den 0745 Cardenas ES / side 7230 -7226 Arr L2 La Boca Rd. Qtrs. 1009 -1003 Del 0747 Corozal (Army) W. McKin / Olin St. 545 Arr 14 , La Boca -Per las St. Ctrs. 980 ES Cep 074 I 31 Curundo Junior High School Den 1151 La Boca -Perlas St. Qtrs. 905 BS Cep 0749 Diablo Elementary School Arr I50t La Boca -"erlas St. 0trs. 918 1S Dep 0750 N31 Balboa Hts. Ctrs. 132 Dep "r45, La oca -Per las St. Qtrs. 939 .S Dep 0751 Ancon Grgas Ants Dee O65O La Boca Williamson Place De 0753 Ancon Side Bldg. 287 Den 065 Balboa Elementary School Arr 0758 Ancon Boulevard side 461 Den 070; Bl Balboa Elementary School Den 1035 Ancon Side Qtrs. 500 Dep 070 Balboa Tavernilla -La Baca Rd. Arr 1040 Ancon Side Qtrs. 0596 Deb 070, La Boca Rd. 1009 -1003 Arr 1043 Curundu El-mentary School Arr (171 La Boca -Perias St. Qtrs. 980 BS Arr 1045 E41 Cardenas, BS / across 7239 -7264 Dep 0641 La Boca -Perlao St. 'trs. 905 ES Arr 1046 Cardenas, BS / side 7230 -7226 Jon 365 La Boca -Per las St. 'trs. 918 ES Ar r 1047 Corozal (PCC) opp Qtrs. 4539 Joe M65 La Boca -Perlas St. Qtrs. 939 BS Ar 1048 Corozal (Army) Exchange Dop 17 La Boca -Williamson Place Arr 1050 Balboa High School ,.cr 073 Balboa Eroire -3209 -819X Arr 1053 A15 Aibrook AFS Bus Stop 437 900 3741 Ft. Andor, Lona Tcrrace 1100 Arr 1055 Aibrook AFS Opp Bus Stan 432 Deo P7 Ft. Anador, Loom Terrace 1108 Arc 1056 .Albrook AFS oe dus Stan 431 Ceo Ft. Anador, 1347 -408-414 Ar 10E Diablo Elerentary School Ac 07 Ft. Anador, 15 -14 Arc 1100 A15 Diablo Elementary School Dce 135 Ft. Anador, 456 Arr 1102 Aibrook AFS Bus Stop 431 Arc 14 Ci Balboa / Gavilan Area 1546 -1531 Arc 1107 Albrook AFS Bus Stop 432 All c4 Balboa / Gavilan Area 1501 Arc lI08 Aibrook AFO Bus Stop 437 Ar r 141 Bil Balboa Elementary School Dep 1355 N31 Curundu Junior High School Den -42La Boca Rd. (Corner) Tavernilla St. Arr 1403 Balboa Hts. ts. 132 Arc La Boca Rd. Qtrs. 1009 -1003 Arr 1404 Ancon Gorgas Apts 224 Arr 43; La Boca -Perlas St. Qtrs. 980 ES Arc 1405 Ancon Side Bldg. 287 Arr 13! La Boca -Perlas St. Qrs. 905 3S Arr 1406 Ancon Boulevard Side 461 Arr 43, La Boca -Per las St. Qtrs. 918 ES Arr 1407 Ancon Side trs. 500 Arr 144t La Boca -PerIas St. Qtrs. 939 BS Arr 1408 Ancon Side Qt"s. 0596 Arr 44 La Boca Williamson Place Arr 1410 E41 Balboa High School Dep 144' C31 Curundu Junior High School Dep 1425 Corozal (Army) Exchange Arc 145= Ft. Clayton, Hacker Dr BS Dep 1434 Corozal (PCC) Dtrs. 6541 Arr i45 Ft. Clayton, Hasp. Rd. 473 Dep 1436 Cardenas, Etro. 7223 Arc 1454 Ft. Clayton, Side -Etrs. 840 Dep 1438 Cardomas, Qrrs. 7236 Arc r ; 5 C41 Balboa High School Dep 1445 Cardenas, Qtrs. 7264 Arc 1500 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 610 -690 Arr 1451 Cardenas, Qtrs. 7230 Arr 152 Ft. Clayton, trs. 717 -718 Arc 1455 CDI Diablo Hts. Service Center Den Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 5 2 Arr 1458 Dianlo Elenentary School Dp 072 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 518 (Main) Arr 1500 Balboa High School Arr 073 C32 Ft. Clayton BS 438 Den 0640 A13 Albrook AFS OPP Bus Stop 421 DeP 0,4C (Corner Snith & Murse Axe) Albrook AFS Bus Stop 420 Den 0741 Ft. Clayton BS 399 Dep 0642 Albrook AFS Bus Stop 430 Deo 0742 (Corner Anderson & Morse Ave) Albrook AFS One Cus Stop 429 Den 074; Ft. Clayton Qtrs. 910 Dep 0644 Albrook AFS Bus Stop 436 Den 074 CurundU Junior High School Arr 0700 Diablo Elementary School Arr 075 C42 Ft. Clayton Opp Entry Hocker Cr. Dep 0710 A13 Diablo Elenlentary School Dep 35 Ft. Clayton / Smith & Morse ES 438 Cep 0714 Albrook AFS Opp Bus Stop 421 Arc Ft. Clayton Etrs. 910 Cep 0715 Albrook AFS Bus Stop 420 Arr 1400 Balboa High School Arr 0725 Aibrook AFS Bus Stop 430 Arr 41 Nil Ancon, Frangipani Qtrs. 439 Dep 0735 AlbrOTk AFS Opp Bus Step ,19 Arr 14 Alcon, Frangipani Qtrs. 461 Dep 0737 Albrook AFS Bus Stop 436 Arc 1 41 Ancon, Sosa Place Qtrs. 218 Dep 0738 Diablo Elementary School Arr 07 Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0202 Dep 0740 Balboa High Scho Deo I4 Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0208 Dn 0741 Diablo Element-ary School Arc 1450 Ancon, Carters Place / Alto Dep 0743 Diablo Hts. Service Center Arr 145 Ancon Boulevard side Qtrs. 500 / Side Dep 0745 Note: 041 -PM UILY (1445) will be taken hune by Bus 44 Ancon, ranzanrII1 PIace 512 -522 De 0747 31 Curundu Junior High School Den 2 Ancon, Guayacan Terrace 0526 DeFast fice S Den 4 Ancon Boulevard San Juan Pl 568 -589 Deo 0750 Ft. o<00 Elementary School Arc 145C Balboa Eleeentary School Arc 0755 Transfer from Ka4 Nil Balboa Elementary School De 1355 Veracruz (Entrance) Chalet Arc 1501 Ancon, Frangipani Qtrs. 461 Arc 1400 Veracruz (Ias Station) Arr 150 Ancon, Sosa Place trs. 218 Arc 1404 Mal Ft. Anador Errs. 28 COO 065C Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0202 Arr 1407 Ft. Anador Qtrs. 21 -36 Den 0655 Ancon, Herricks Hgts / 0208 Arc 1408 Ancon, Carters Place / Alto Arc 1410 o 7

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 7 Continuedfrom Page 6 H.-owarAB, 3S 139 n A-. ntpI I. DpD A747 sc. -ndor LID .t D6 j. 'U EI r Soo] t09 Dep 00 Howard Nursery (L ,) I1 -I 3. A11 .r S I ate 1J Der U701 Hlward Nurs ry (t) 1015 -11 3albsa Hgo ScDo.l Arr 0797 Howar Nur rry C fr) ll M3I L maudor Qtcs 'i. !ie 0715 H.oard Nursery (frI 130 Ft nator rs De 0716 Nursery bus 5DsDICL o mst tepni] e uy 1 34 Oermr< FL. inador SiDe Qtrs. 456 1e) 0717 arrival at FL. Dbbe ES prior to C Iss I F t rnador BuD StD 1'309 Uep 0719 HI I FF KObe Eleraorty SiOD '3C7t 1d3( ot Anador 3DDLry CatD CS DE 0720 Howard /\F, lrs 104 (auross) '\r 1405 BaL o, Brna St. Qtrs. 766 De I 07722 Howard AFN, CS 139 Arr 40 C(PuDui Juniuc High School Arc 0730 Iar d Afe, Cuiry Hill BS 9 Apr 1I0 ElI Cardenas BS / across 7239 DDp 074 Ioward AFB, CI Id Cre Center Arr 417 Cardenas BS / across 7264 DeP 074 " l urndu Junlor High School Ceo 1425 Cardenas OS / side 7230 Deo 0799 Quarry Heights Officers' Club Arr 135 Cardenas CS / sipe 7226 DEE 0749 1kiboa E Iemintary School Arr 1440 Los CIs Elemntary Schoul A0755 H42 alboa High School Ceo 1445 El CorozPl (FCC) 6589 N 651 Deo 1100 Howard AS Oirs. 1556 Arc 150 Cardenas Qtrs. 7230 Dep 1)04 Hoiurd AFB htrs. 1529 Arc 1507 Cardonas Oj r s. 7264 across Dep 11 H Uwar l 1AS 1trs. 1517 Arc 1509 Corozal (Aroy) 67 1Del ai orfao Htusing CS 85 1\r 1511 Corozal (Amny) 678 Den I 112 K32 u-rrni ssay Hi I 5 I 9 Deo 0645 Corozal (Arny) 697 1eoj 111 Howard AFC -Theoter Deo 0655 Dialo Terrace Qtrs. 253, 260, 76 peo 1117 Curuond Junior High School Alr 072C Lo Rios Eleirentary School Ar I2i Cl f I t. Cloyton Side Witrs. 630 Der 0746 El I Los Rios Elementary School Deo 1055 Ft. Clayton Wtrs. 627 Dep 0748 Carddnas b / across 7219 Arr 1400 Curundu Eleroentary School Arr 0755 ,irdeoas no / across 7264 Ar 1401 I? Curundo Eleirent-ry School Lip 355 Cardpeas c/ si 5 I3. Trr 1t. Clayton Side Qtrs. 60 A.rr 1405 CIrdena / 26 Ar r 1403 ft. Clayton Qtrs. 627 Apr 1407 Mi Icrondo Juio l eo IS Cid 0 Lore Cronter 39 Arr ualo Elitontai y Srihl Arc 33 Ft. Clayton Pre-School Bldg. 156 Arr ICo hloa, d 7r Arr 14 3 urundu Junior High School De0 1425 .Char (E n Lmi/Tep Arr 1439 ward AFS, N .ocDy Hill S 9 Arr 1450 -t. Aado cs.Ar 14H Hord o cacu Apr 1952 ft Aisador trs. 34 Arc 192 H3 Ha A ', ' 05. ..TM6LAS 14-3 Howard A o Ci p rDer 06 : It. And n te Awar AFB o4 120 Do 06S M 1" al oD Hi 9 chuol J H A Deeo9 Ft. : ndo (EIac )L T r rr i 5 7 Howard AFV 13 3 5 1 Dep 1, j F t. Aad .2 / e8 Curn CO 0< i , -IASC 0/ Snad s 9 H12 Hoa AFh, S I 'Cu (e( 'I/IR t ad H ward AF , 3 ' 90 Ce;7 war (H15SCo i F.nor etyGt r -a0 Howa AFBBSS Dep75 L Di iaolo Ter'ace (Alimy LCimy) Fr. Koeoo Elm Arc 075 I s R io s I le oe n t a r y S /h o Ieo 0 6 5 0 W s Lo n k N e Y ( ) I -' urund J uoio High c A, )71) _,s Ln s1213 L4 jiablo Ter ace (Arny Cormy; De 02 H2 FL Kobe l ha' Y Iei los Hios HlIemtary School Dep P722 Howrd AC, S 1 'rr 0 A, In lud s s udo ent (CC) H ware , AC U ',' ' ? Ar I oh Oalbo High School Arr 0730 How r AFb, oa '
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8 Tropic Times Aug. 18,1989 Continuedfrom Page 7 Ft. Clayton, McIntosh Loop Qtrs. 409 Dep 0745 H34 Curundo Junior High School Dep 1425 Ft. Clayton, Miles Place Qtrs. 404 Dep 0746 Balboa Elementary School Arr 1435 Ft. Clayton, NCOD 300 Area Qtts. 363, 377 Dep 0747 Balboa High School Dep 1440 Ft. Clayton, NCDO 300 Area Qt rs. 368, 335 Dep 0750 Roonan O'Club Arr s455 t. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrts. 340, 323 Dep 0751 Cocli ES 2324 Arr 145 Ft. elayton, 1CD 300 Area Etrs. 307, 304 Dep 0752 Cocoli Trailers Arr 1500 -t. Clayton Eienentary School Arr 0755 Howard Gateway Terrace 1556 Arr 50 C4 Ft. Clayton Elementary School Dee 1035 m+ Marine Barracks students will be assigned to Route H34 for the Ft. Clayton, Child Care Center Art 1037 morning pickup to school as shown above; and aat 1425, Ft. Clay ton, Hawkins Ave. BS Arc 1038 the will return on Route W31. Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 900,906, 919, 915 Arr 1041 G31 Gao-oa, Etrs. 0266 Dep 0635 Ft. Clayton, Hosyital Rd. Etrs. 474 Ar 1063 Gameoa, OPP Qtrs. 266 Dep 0637 Ft. Clay ton, Morse Ave. 479 Art 1045 Gan-oa, Mal tby Place Dep 0640 Ft. Clay ton, Morse Ae. 462 (BS 438) Arr 1040 Sunmit insidel Etrs. 6081 Dep 0655 Ft. Clayton, Mcintosh Loop Qtrs. 409 Arr 1051 Paraiso, S (Moin) Qtrs. 687 De 0700 Ft. Clayton, Miles Place Qtrs. 404 Arc 1052 Paraiso, Etro. 661 Day 0302 Ft. Clayton, N X 300 Area Etrs. 363, 377, 369 Arr 1054 Pacaiso, Gtrs. 363 Day 0703 Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 335, 340, 323 Arc 1058 PadrMiguel P.R Station (across) Dep 0705 Ft. Clayton, NCO Area Qtrs. 307, 304 Arc 1100 Pedro Miguel, bS op Boil Pork De 0707 FT. Clayton, NO 800 Area Qtrs. 811, 851, 661 Arc 1105 Via Ft. Clayton -Curundu Junior High School Arr 0715 C5 Ft. Clay ton, Child Care Center Dep 1105 Balboa High School Arr 0725 Ft. Clayton, Gailard Ave. 811, 852, 861 Dep 1107 M12 Ft.Amador, Side Qtrs. 1100 De 0740 Ft. Clayton, Hawkins Ave. BS De 1112 F.Anador, Qtts. 1108 Dep 0741 Ft. Clayton, Steward Losy II, 14, 17 Dep 1114 Ft.Anador, Qtrs. 1347 Dep 0743 Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Qtrs. 906, 919, 915 Day 1116 Ft.Anador, Qtrs. 28 Day 0745 Ft. Clayton, Hosytal Rd. 473, 511, 479 Dep 1118 Ft.Anador, Qtrs. 402 Dep 0746 Ft. Clayton, 600, 662, 664, 643 Dep 1119 Ft.Anador, trs. 408 Dep 0747 Ft. Clayton, NCO 300 Area Qtrs. 307 Day 1122 Ft.nadoc, (Main) ES 1209 Dep 0749 Ft. Clayton Elementary School Arr 1124 Ft.nador, MP Gate (Bus Stoo) Dep 0750 C4 Ft. Clayton Elementary School Dep 1355 Balboa Elementary School Arr 0755 Ft. Clayton, 811, 852, 861 Arc 1358 Curundu Jr. High Physical Ed. Shuttle -(As Required) Ft. Clayton, Hawkins Ace. ES Arc 1400 M12 BaFlboa Eleentary School Deo 1355 t. Clayton, Steward Lony II, 14, 17 Ar 1402 F t. A dor Lome Terrace l a y 1 35 Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Qtrs 906 Arr 1405 Ft. Amador, Loma Terrace 1108 Arc 1405 Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Etrs 919, 915 Arc 1406 Ft. Anador, LTerrace. 1 Arc 1406 Ft. Clayton, Hosyital Rd. Qtrs. 474 Arc 1407 Ft. Anador, Qts. 237 Arc 140 Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave QtS. 479 Arc 1408 Ft. Amador, Etcs. 2 Arc 1410 Ft. Clayton, Morse Ave Qtrs. 462 (BS 438) Arc 1409 Ft. Al dor, (Main) 4 2 0 8 Arc 1414 Ft. Clayton, MIntosh Loo y Qtrs 409 -Arc 1410 Ft. Arador, PP Gate (Bus Stoo) Arc 1415 Ft. Clayton, Mles Pa -trs. 363 Arc 1413 G31 Curundu Junior High School Day 1425 Ft Clayton 300 ea ts 368, 335 A 4 Balboa High School De 1440 Ft. Clayton, NCD 300 Area Qtrs. 340, 332 Arr 1415 Pedro Miguel, Ball Park ES Arc 1650 Ft. Clayton, MCD 300 Area Qtrs. 307, 304 Arr 1417 Pedro Miguel, R1 Station Arc 1451 U12 Curundu Contractors Area Etch. 2320 Day 0740 Paraiso, trs 66I Arr 1454 Curundu Flats-Did Post rice 2062 Day 0744 Paraiso, Qtrs. 367 Arc 1456 Curundu T railers-Via Horse Stable Day 0748 Paraiso, Qtrs. 867 (across) Arc 1458 Los Rios Elementary School Arr 0755 Srit Qts. 6081 Arc 503 El Los Rios Elenentary School De 1035 Gao-Ba Qto 0266 Ar ISIa5,260215AS 4 Garboa, Qtrs. 266 Ep Arc 1517 Diablo Terrace 253, 260, 265 Arc 1062 Gamboa, Bldg. 451 (Church) Arc 1518 Curundu Constr. Etrs. 2320 Arc 1053 Ganoa, Maltby Place Arc 520 Curundu Old Post Dffice 2062 Arc 1055 Gil Gahtoa, Davis St. Etrs. 314 Isida) Day 0713 Clubhouse Rd. 2006 Arc 1056 GamBoa, Jadwin Ace. Qtrs. 109 De 0716 Escude Rd. 1981, 1987 Arc 1058 anboa, Sie t Ave. Qt2 Dep 0716 Trailers -Via -Horse Stable Arc 1100 Gamboa, Williamson Ave. oy Etrs. 171 Dep 0718 U12 Los Rios Elementary School Day 1335 G oa, Wilidg n -v C Dep 0718 Curundou, Contractor Area Qtrs 2320 Arc '408 SGn t, Qtrs. 6 07, 6081 Dep 0730 Curundu, Flats-Dd Post ffice 2062 -Arc 1412 Paraist, 66 , 367 6 Dea 074 CuundU, Trailers-Via Horse Stable Arc 1415 Pedro Migue RR Station Dep 0741 LII Diablo Terrace Qtrs. 253, 260, 265 Dep 0740 Pedro Miguel, BS Opp Daly Park Dep 0745 Corozal -Army Qtrs. 671, 678, 687 Dep 0750 Balboa Elementary School Arc 0755 Los Ribs Elementary School Ay, 0755 GI Balboa Elementary School De 1035 L o Los -ios Elrmy DEp 8355 KII-NIER Sumit Qtrs. 6007 Arc 1054 C-1--0 -A"my 687 Arc 1405 Sum-t Qtrs. 6081 Arc 1055 Diablo Terrace Qts. 253, 260, 265 Arc 1413 Old Gatiboa Elem./Sch. Bldg. 56 Arc 1110 C35 Ft. Clayton, ES Do Qtrs. 354 Dep 0645 GamBoa, Sibect Ace. Qts. 127 Ar -1112 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 350 Dep 0646 Gan-oa, Williamson Ale. -oy Etrs. 171 Arc 1113 Ft. Clayton, Entry Hooker Dr, De 0667 Gil Balboa Elementary School Dep 1355 Ft. Clayton, McManus Dr. De 0649 F edt. Migue C OunpuBall Park Arr 410 CurundJunior High School Arc 0700 Pedro Miguel RR Station Ar 1411 C36 t. Clayton, S trs. 1122 Dep 0720 Paraiso 367, 661 Arc 1415 t. Clay ton, Side Etrs. 1148 Dep 0723 Summit 6007, 6081 Arc 1421 F ay ton, Ido Qts 122 DeQ 0725 Ganboa, Davis St. Etrs. 314 (side) Arc 1436 Curundu Junior High School Dab 0730 Gao-oa, Jadwin Ave. Qrs. 109 Ar 1439. Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 11, 555, 500 .Dep 0755 Gaotoa, Sibtr"t Ave. Errs. 127 -Ar 1440 Curundu Elementary School Arc 0758 Gambroa, Williamson Ave. Opp Qts. 171 Arr 1441 C2 Curundu Elementary School Day 1035 Gantoa, Ridge 0275 Arc 1443 -KINDER Ft. Clayton, 511, 534, 543, 555 Arc 1038 A16 Albrook AFS, ES 430 (Sempsey Circle) Day 0740 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 609, 656, 634 Arr 1040 Albrook AFS, BS 434 Dep 0743 Ft. Clayton, Ers. 621, 612 Arc 1045 Albrook AFS, BS 422 Dep 0745 C3 Ft. Clayton, Child Care Center De 1110 A AFS 2S 425 eo 0750 KINDER Ft. Clayton, 1690 other stoys as needed) Dab 1113 D IA b ro E E S 425 a y 0 70 t .C la y t o n , 5 1 1, 580 , 5 3 , 544 , 00 D ay 1117 A D6 1355 Eable Elm entar y School At. Clayton, 1003, 1005, 1109, 1122 Dea 1122 FROA Abrook AFS, BS 430 A1400 .Clayton, 1148, 1048 Dep 1123 CHOL A brook AFS, S 430 Arc 1400 rundo Elementary School Arc 1125 S Abrook AS, S 422 Arc 1405 -11 Curundu Elementary School e 1355 A brook AFS, S 425 Arc 140 .layton Ers. 511, 555, Sr ' Ar c 1408 o A0 C36 Curundu Junior High School ap -1425 C6 Ft. Clayton, 511, 534, 542, 554 Dep 0742 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 1109 Arc 1434 Ft. Clayton, 604, 662, 664, 671 Dep 0748 Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 1122 Arc 1435 Ft. Clay ton, 690, 717, 718 Dep 0753 Ft. Clayton, Side Qtrs. 1148 Arc 1436 Ft. Clayton, 66, 645, 620, 612 De 0755 C35 Cucundu Junior High School Dep 1465 Pt. Clayton Elementary School Arc 0800 Ft. Clayton, McManus Dr. / BS Arc 1450 Pt. Clayton Elementary School Dep 1035 Ft. Clayton, Kocker Er. / BS Arc 1451 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 620, 634 Arc 1040 F Clay ton, Mrse Ale. Otrs. 350 Arc 1454 Ft. Clayton, trs.656 Ar 1041 F Clayton, Morse Ave. Qtrs. 354 Arc 1455 Ft. Clay ton, 660, 667, 690 Arc 1044 C33 F t Clay ton, EQ -Main Do 0705 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 511, 554 Arr 1050 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 532 Dep 0708 C6 Ft. Clayton Elementary School Dep 1355 Ft. Clayton, Qts. 634 Dey 0710 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 606, 612, 620 Ar 140Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 607 Dep 0713 Pt. Clayton, Etrs. 634, 645, 656, 662 Arc 1407 Curundu Junior High School Arc 0725 Ft. Clayton, Qrs. 664, 671, 690 Arc 1411 C13 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 602 Dab 0745 Ft. Clayton, trs. 717, 718, 511 Arc 1414 Ft. ClayQton, Ers. 612 Day 0749 Ft. Clayton, Qrs. 534, 542, 554 Arc 1417 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 605 Dep 0751 Q32 Quarry Heights, Efficers' Cluo De 0750 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 601 Deo 0752 Balb54a Elementary School Arc 0755 Curundu Elementary School Ar 0 755 Ql K-CrL Balboa Elementary School De 1035 C13 Curundu Elementary School Dep 1355 Quarry Heights Qtrs. 4, 12, 17 Arc 1040 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 602 Arr 1400 Quarry Heights Qtrs. Officers Club Arc 1042 Ft. Clayton, Qrs. 612 Arc 1405 PM -TOBalboa Heights / Ridge -Qtrs. 130 De 1100 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 605 Arc 1407 SCHOOL Ancon, Herrick Rd Qtrs. 0202, 0208 Day 1105 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 601 Ar 1409 Ancon, Carters Place (StaIrway) De 1108 C33 Curundu Junior High School DEp 1425 Ancon, FrangIpani Rd Qtrs. 435, 445 De 1110 Ft. Clayton, 1a Main Arr 1436 Ancon, Boulervard (Main) Qtrs. 500 (sid,) Dep 1113 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 532 Arc 1438 Ancon, Manzanllo Place Errs. 13, 524 Day 1114 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 534 , Arc 1440 Ancon, Guayacan Terrace Errs. 0524 Day 1117 Ft. Clayton, trs. 607 Arc 1445 Balboa EIweentary School Arc 1120 Ft. Clay ton, Qtrs. 634 Arr 1447 Q32 Balboa Elementary School Dep 1355 C37 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 679 Dep 0708 Balboa Hgts. Ridge, Qtrs. 130 Arc 1402 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 676 De --0710 Euarry Hgts. Offices's Club Ar 1405 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 690 Dp 0711 U41 Pickup Curundu Flats & Contractor / Trailerd Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 717 De 0712 Balboa High School students at the Old Curundu Ft. Clayton, Qts. 718 Dep 0713 Post Effice Bldg. Curundu Junior High School Arr 0725 Balboa High School Arr 0730 C18 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532 De 0745 U13 Curundu Flats Ft. Clayton, Lasstar Dr. ES De 0748 Escude Rd. Qtrs. 1995, 1987, 1981 Dep 0745 Curundo Elenentary School Arc 0755 Los Ribs Elementary School Arr 0755 CI8 Cuorundu Elementary School De 1355 U13 Los Rios Ee entary School Dep 1355 Ft. Clayton, Lassiter Dr. Main ES Art 1400 Encode Rd. Errs. i9ei, 1987, 1995 Arc 1410 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 532 Arc 1405 Ft. Clayton Nursery School Pickuy Route 1015 -15 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 542 Arc 1407 Ft. Clayton Nursery School Return Route 1315 -1345 C37 Curundu Junior High School Dep 1425 C4 Ft. Clayton, Etrs. 811, 851, 861 Day 0730 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 479 Arc 1433 Ft. Clayton, Hawkins Ave. ES Dep 0735 Ft. Clayton, Errs. 676 Art 1435 Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Errs. 906 De 0737 Ft. Clay ton, Ers. 690 Arc 1436 Ft. Clayton, 900 Area Qtrs. 919, 915 De 0738 Ft. Clay ton, Qrs. 717 Arc 1437 Ft. Clayton, Hospital Rd. Ets. 474 Dep 0740 Ft. Clayton, Qtrs. 718 Arc 1438 Ft. Clayton, Merse Ave. EQrs. 479 Dep 0742 Ft. Clay ton, Morse Ave. Qtrs. (ES 438) De 0744 Continued on Page 12

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 leisure Panama lives up to definition by Maria E. Len-Rios protruding lower lip and a long thick body, tastes good whether whole, FORT CLAYTON (USARSO dressed, or filleted. After preparation PAO) --Panama means "abundance you might want to dice some shrimp of fish." The native Indians who and toss them on top. fished the waters gave it this Indian There is also an abundance of red 6' name or black snapper. Both can be fried '1Dolphin, flounder, gar, mackerel, or baked. The black snapper meat marlin, mullet, pompano, shark, and has a texture like that of the lobster snook are some of the fish found in and when cooled can be used in the surrounding waters of Panama. noodle salads or cream sauces. Squid, octopus, lobster and turtle are Grouper are found all over the alo ondi Pnmain aer. world and grow to a very large size. _W If fishing for your meal isn't you, One Western Atlantic species can local commissaries sell corbina, red weigh up to 700 pounds. The meat snapper, grouper and several types of from the larger species is rather shrimp for cooking. But if you like coarse. The smaller grouper found adventure and a challenge, go out here, has softer meat and is better for and catch your own, cooking. A tomato sauce goes well -_ A good place to start is Panama with grouper. Bay. Panama Bay Corbina usually weigh 10 to 30 pounds. Corbina If you get tired of casting a rod and SPICY GRILLED FISH area. Marinate the fish with teriyake fillets can marinated in lemon sauce, reel, use a net. Shrimp wander the sauce and garlic powder. Refrigerate breaded and fried or covered with ocean floor and are caught with a net. fish (pompano, snapper, grouper, for five hours. onions and bacon and baked. The larger shrimp are six to 10 inches corbina or dolphin) Melt 1/2 pound of butter in skillet Another local catch is the dolphin long. When cleaning them make sure 1/2 pound butter and add teriyake sauce until liquid is fish which is sometimes confused to remove the dark vein that runs teriyake sauce golden brown. Stir in minced garlic with a porpoise. The dolphin fish has down their spine. 3 tbs. capers and capers making sure to smash an almost vertical front part of its Seafood is plentiful and fun to minced garlic them well. Add parsley flakes, garlic head. It is a vivid greenish-blue and cook. Sally Selles, secretary for I tsp. parsley flakes powder, onion powder, salt, and can weigh between five and 15 USARSO Deputy Chief of Staff garlic powder pepper. pounds. Dolphin fillets taste Personnel, cooks seafood at least onion powder delightful when covered with tomato once a week. Below is her favorite salt/pepper Lightly oil grill. Dip fish in sauce sauce and onions or breaded and recipe for grilled fish such as and place on hot grill. Cook until fried. pompano, snapper, grouper, Early in the day trim the fish, golden crisp. Dip again in sauce The snook, characterized by a corbina, or dolphin. making sure to remove the dark vein before serving. Local tours Trap shooting The Outdoor Recreation at U.S.Naval Station Panama Canal Howard A to tours :rt a -MWR invites you to visit their Trap a sa Mameyng s aRange! Schedule is as follows: diving trip, 6 asm. Thursday and Friday, 4 p.m. to dusk. Sunday -Arenosa fishing trip, Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 11 a. m. a.m. to 6 p.m. Firearms use will be Aug. 26 -Chagres River canoeing provided, rental free. trip and BBQ, 7 a.m. War games Aug. 27 -Isla Mamy scuba diving The Zodiac Recreation Center is trip, 6 a.m. trip, atm e dt seeking interested people in starting a All active duty and retired wrgmscu.Dnen n military, Department of Defense war games club. Dungeons aid civilians and family members are Dragons and other games will e eligible to participate. A small fee calle2d4-5910/4296 will be charged for each of the events. call 284-5910/4296. All trips depart from the Howard Theater. For more information, call Six-piece show 284-3569 or 286-3555. Weekend cruise to perform here A weekend cruise to Contadora FORT CLAYTON (USARSO Aug. 26-27 is being offered by the FOUR WHEELING -Two 1978th Communications Group members U.S. Naval Station Panama Canal cross through the Rio Indio River on a trip in the jungle near the Panama pefo rm ce heroup sO vaTAGe MW R. Canal with the Back Country 4 x 4 Club. The recent trip was among several will offer two shows in Panama as It includes an overnight stay at the the club makes into the countryside provinces periodically. The club meets Contadora Hotel. Price includes thefirst and third Thursday of each month at building 277A, AlbrookAir part esional E nrtai Frces hotel accommodations and boat Force Station at 7 p.m. and is happy to welcome new members. Call 286Organization Program Overseas. 530 For re in or matoulding 65 3396 for more information. (U.S. Air Force photo) "Onstage" is a six-piece show MWR main office, -experience that is virtually a miniSaturday -San Carlos Beach Boating course musical theatre troupe. Rental boats tour, 7 a.m. The Howard/Albrook Boating As a musical variety revue, The Fort Clayton Boat Shop has Sunday -El Valle shopping tour, Course will be held from 8 a.m. to 'Onstage" offers music from the 40's new Jon Boats, Sunfish and 6:30 a.m. noon Saturday at the U.S. Naval io the Top 40's, bits of Broadway and Windsurfers. Stop by building 178, Wednesday -Free zone shopping Station Panama Canal (Rodman) the movie screen. Fort Clayton. tour, 8 a.m. Marina. Certification will permit Rent a boat, motor, and Aug.27--SanCarlosbeachtour,7 personnel to operate Howard AFBs "Onstage" has toured across the equipment Monday afternoon after 2 am. I 7-foot Boston W ha i rs. United States and Europe. The band p.m. and return at 8 a.m. Thursday Aug. 29 -Miraflores Locks, For more information call 283has performed with the Kingston for a one-day rental fee. For info call Contractor's Hill and Old Panama 5307. Trio, Shai Wallis, Niche Nichol, 287-6453. sightseeing tour, 10 a.m. Zodiac tourneys and Phyllis Diller. All tours depart from the Howard Catch their shows at Camp Dive trip Theater. A small fee is charged for The Zodiac Recreation Center will Roadrunner Wednesday at 6 p.m. or A dive trip will be held by the Fort each tour. For more information, offer the following tournaments at the Howard NCO Club Thursday Sherman Scuba and Boat Rental call 284-6161/6109. during August: at 7 p.m. Center. Fee includes equipment, boat Sunday -Darts tournament, I to 7 For more information on this or operator and guide. Reservations are Sundial outings p.m. any other DoD entertainment call now being accepted. Call 289-6104. Wednesday -Table tennis ther DoD etertsiCent at Space is limited to 10 persons. Sundial Recreation Center. Fort tournament, 6 to 10 p.m. the Pacific Theatre Arts Centre at Davis will sponsor a day irip to kla There will be a small entry fee 286-3152/3814. Zodiac tours Grande resort Saturday and i charged for each tournament, and The group is being sponsored The Zodiac Recreation Center is Gorgona Beach tour Aug. -0 pre-registration is required. For locally by the Pacific Theatre Arts offering the following tours during To reserve spte for ihese outings more information, call Centre and the Community August. call 289-3889. 284-6161/6109. Recreation Division.

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Tropic Times U Aug. 18, 1989 G -General Audiences. All ages adm ied. PG C Pa.rtgid ac suggetd Some eel mao no 2 s 2 a j3 3 PGarnA reaiane ugesed Smemaeralma ntBux office Opens 20 mInutes prior to each performance be suitable for children. Programs are subject to change mlthout notice. PG-,3 -Paeents are strongly cautoed. Some material my RT: Running time In b e inappropriate for child en u n der 13. SIT: Titulus en Espanol -Subtitles In Spanish. R -Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. IM ovie Schedule Howard Clayton Davis Quarry Ht Amador Sherman 284-3583 287-3279 289-5173 282-3635 282-4287. 289-6251 EVENING-7:00 & 9:00 EVENING-7:00& 9:00 EVENING-7 P.M. EVENING-7:00 -COMING SOON DISOR IZED CRIMINAL LAWLO BoY No Hoink HgAn: W RrIs FIR CRIME D pG os 0Gan MAJOR I EAGUE THE MIGHTY QUINN EdND GAMES Adfsl.)iden52 -) IT I h 5.2 d 2' (R , 1.3 AdT Ed. rdA r R d (1G-13) RT10 MAT NEE-200 E 6:0 MATINEE-2:00 EVEN NG-00 EVENI PM EvENING-7M d0 NCSOON sTT FEY ,1h EARTH GIRLS The S Adult52.00Adudos$2.00 R EASY A-52. He's a man ofpeace Saturday EVENING3 1:0 EVENING-9:00 C inn-l0 na Vage an. LEVIATHAN THEDREAM TEAM Suburbia. R si() R:9Rtd(R T9 dls25 Adull 12.1 SEE NO EM A , FIELD OF SO EAMS ClOdUORL O.I HEAR NO EVIL f ed o bew n the n y anza (G) cd rpses backto1 .ROAD (PG) T O U E t (PG-13) ot 112 RT: STAR (T) VT(PG MATINEE-2:00 EVENING-6:30 & 9:30 EEING-7:00 & 9:00 EENG7P.EENG-P.COMING SOON SEE NO VIL FLEtiCH LIVES RENEGADES "WEIRD A" YANKOV HEAR No EVILAuis5 ch C en ~ 1.0 d 25Chirs2 E Sunday FIELD OFCDREAMS CYOGSEMATARY , misathe pir f rie igherAbr uts into Chir oughandtudnDmbl an unorMhdx f nactc-fie .MN A E R SHEN 0 UT OF CONTROL LEV A TH N AT,1. Ad1.4s 5210 Chldren S1.25 Patic Swayz Ad Tbl 125Aut M -Chiren 21 R112R AduIt 2.50ChIdlrn .25l EVENING -7:00& 9:00 EVENING-7 P.M. EVENING-7 P.M. EVENING-7 P.M SEE NO EVIL, FIELD FDEAVIS , PEED ZONE HEAR NO EVILprtc ih tos , u n a eJVn , lan y Monday re liclocal bls sex)rEVIL sR) RaSnd (C) RT (R) ALIEN NATION PHA TASM AdTO M N HLSARR1 MAR00 Denns Quid pays he ad-lisving FoCllows. a divs Chen gru of0 td entssThe.incredl Hulk Hog ae play aT 95 .DEPTRSI R Leisashesorstoth higt of tke iterAid F oLD fRan Cisses.2 Evns dalyZu hl arc gistte Sn INK CAILLC ('-1 popularityplummetwhe he marie the te As tea0 hinldr n oA R 1to WHy Fri. ED G RG)13) I EVENING-7:00 & 9:00 EEIG7PM hiA-ero d uts2Chn$.0 msBes Adtsin.(Violennce& (V'iGoleHckm n c e~lnTguage) languaged) e -RtedR)hT:9oRtldyR) RT: rsa Adje ts2. Sat C10 d u s a KTHEde S10 LAND "E K -A ASEE s Y INO TH ORAT OLEER OEVLDA EVENING-7:00 & 9:00 EVENING-7 P.M VNN-:0EEIN -:0O G S O MOREAN BAtTC o is a KfbJtTrer Se NUA Eia A diorce ma anda y usCwidw s tery2 tat^ha a pdensky riat ey resroingo cedynn cn e ErnUng a ef t.H TC IES(G trt uthrs ast bein temd ( racinama wois'talv.a th nessts20 adus propietr w o RNlng Sa.M JRLAU () KREAEAM A hlrn I0 hlrn I0 dls2 h r~ i0 begn ane lie tgeher(aguag 2 C en guilty wif Atris to avert uspicon. Rwth hiR) in asis at ecomes13 Sun. FIL O REM8( andsex)PGarsJohnLtGo and 7. s aey i t in a :9 S S OL PET SEMATARY DISR AIZED CRIME D JHENUT MFCNTANCMNGSO smaGREA BALwS inMieolEodsoeCatotsadtefafosa iebd fThe eprtl rigt oewth Fi RA AL FFR P-3 ROADHOU _ un CW.IA LAW (R)i Afmismamved far orm Chicgotr -ogtnto th fn-ise ropgh-anthbe Tny nzho starois widoed Fr.OWNAGME R sall ntod x Manerol cover gn fad wsternt tan te fetots asrdie tad aterespertl w tryinGermancShepwh r i. GRIT TALO F I (PG-3) tat ti Aoeisnex tdian anrsientg uy froe th r se y radhe ad to hih teeasgete dauhtspsiemhngl ris .TCN (R) Ian rtaburderegrowhd ha brade smal prown thetenbnks.rmav s overnh past.(ionce wllglowe, Sat.-RE. SEECOI , HEAR) courts ace toriafei. toa bnockoy. sex)) EVILn (R TE V(G ROAD HOUSE Sun. CYRGNA LAW() GREA BAitin poFc FhrllrE itTE Ta repceytmseiuME e hsfatmvn o oeyi bu i NO HOLDS BARRED AMADOR ) Deisace Qair of srthe fihr ruh notog-n-tumble The unorthdox Hnakcotics pffyser Fri. MEEPSTAMESX (R) hard-roking~weter mtioegnJerwee p s n he o ski styrein abder to teamd guy wieth er must fahehe Sat. LISEN O ME (PG-13) an~~ ~ ~ takhdxunecvragn n ne ethrie rofa hosse. Eants osk ahi e Am-eari-odc sn .ian c & pusun whc hay bete dicpln tha his ia j ts. (ilnc ag ae Sat. OT EOULB (P) prtcttenguage)rm icoshma arnr (Violence, language, SadttySsex SEE NO EVIL, HEA. NODHUS R a E Yrut U mudee TH E hUT Cade H EAR Noably.sx EVIL (R)I wit a acrd tiba reic.LIS EN O M NO HOL S B RRFrSu. WYORIG GR R FolNoNG au Cdivese anou offbetmudet The increil, Huak HogaEvilays a Fri. MERCHANTSXFW (R) ADnisQedidaplayd tharyd-glidvw myseg thh at hlas a he y riva t goye ro igu cey wrslrwoerninga de Sat. LET H ONME (PG-1) tadrcigm si eedery tee putis their skast beyn thbedtak gam nw o in't a l e sthe newsl stad po re whilrc agai nstth Su. MI K AJ DL AU (RG) bei 13yarewlf cogesin. (Vaoge ae guholty conetre o avert su esp n. wt hsbld assat, ecm s Sat. FHEL O DU R EAM ( PG) A iodmnand sex yugwdw mstr Jthat Lihg a d Teryrit Garr. itkengy iompted cocing a udea. Sat. SH LIUT (FCP TRLG PG

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 Adequate supervision: a mustfor young children by PFC Megra D. Johnson responsibility to their children, inappropriately supervised. If it is feasible try to obtain a live in As a result of this conflict some Children who are left unattended housekeeper/child care provider if MARGARITA (USARSO PAO) children are left in the care of older should always know the numbers to you will be away from home for an -Some of our most valuable siblings that may not be able to contact military police in case of an extended amount of time. FAP has a resources are being neglected. The properly supervise or control them. emergency. Young children have Foster Care program that can wealth and knowledge we have Too often they are left at home alone been known to wander away from provide assistance if you have to gained in our lifetime has been in hopes that nothing life threatening home only to find themselves lost and leave country on an emergency or for invested in these resources and now will happen while parents are away. not knowing how to get in touch with an extended amount of time. they are being left to fend for According to SC Reg. 210-3, someone familiar. To try to prevent abduction know themselves; to survive without Chapter 6, para 6-If, a child must be Make a neighbor aware of your where your children are at all times. supervision. at least 12 to be left in quarters intentions to leave your child at Havetheminformyouwhentheyare Children are in some cases left without supervision and 13 to be home. They may be willing to assist leaving the yard or changing the last alone in quarters, at the gymnasiums, responsible for other children. An you by watching the child until you location that you knew where they theaters and in parked cars. inventory of the child's abilities must return or at least keep an eye on your were. While allowing a child to have fun be taken before this is done. quarters while you are gone. Inform children of safe behavior at and experience life on his own is a The consequences of leaving Set up limits and boundaries home when they are alone. They valuable lesson, a point to remember children poorly attended or not around your quarters where your shouldn't tell someone they are home is that with every new endeavor some supervised at all can be not only child is allowed to go. If you return alone or allow someone in the house guidance is needed. terrifying to the child, but could home and your child is not there you if the visit hasn't been prearranged Although it is impossible to be in result in abduction or fatal accidents. have an idea of where he will travel with you. two places at one time it is the According to Karen Simpkins, on his own. Help your child understand that responsibility of the parent to director of the Atlantic Family As soon as possible teach your everyone he meets is not a friend. provide adequate supervision for our Advocacy Program, there are child his full name, address and Though these precautions are not youths. Parents often times are preventive means and logical telephone number. Let your children fool proof, they will help you feel caught between their responsibility measures that can be taken to avoid know where you will be and how you comfortable when your child is not to the military and their leaving children unattended or may be contacted. under your direct supervision. youth activities Eager youth attend'BASIC' HOWARD AIR FORCE BASE, one-hour, three session computer PANAMA -(1978th CG/PA) -The class on micro-computers. This was 1978th Communications Group an introduction to the use of the recently sponsored two Summer Micro-Soft Disk Operating System, Magic Program classes for known as MS-DOS. I explained community youth. different computer hardware and Summer Magic, sponsored by the software, plus demonstrated Howard and Albrook youth centers computer graphics using a plotter. and the Air Force's Morale, Welfare The students were really impressed and Recreation Division, had 44 with the plotter," said Olander. different classes for Air Force youth, The micro-computer class also which included the 1978th's included a tour of the 1978th's Data "Introduction to Micro-computers," Automation section and the baseand "Introduction to BASIC level computer, the Sperry 1100/60, Programming." which the 1978th operates and "The 1978th offers classes each year maintains. as part of the Summer Magic Program, but this year it was extra The "Introduction to BASIC important to have classes because of Programming" course was also held the unstable conditions here in for three, one-hour sessions. Twelve Panama which caused the U.S. members signed up to learn how to military to limit U.S. citizens program in the BASIC computer movement," said SMSgt. Lonnie language. Olander, superintendent of the "This class included using the 1978th's Data Processing Center and Zenith-248 micro-computer for Base Communications Center. hands-on laboratory work; Together, Olander and MSgt. sometimes using computer games to Eddie larrosi, head of the group's learn the keyboard. The students SMSgt. Lonnie Olander, 1978th Communications Group, explains how to unit quality assurance team, taught were very enthusiastic, showing up enter a command in the "Introduction to Micro-computers"class aspart of the the computer classes, for class early and leaving late," said "Summer Magic "program. (U.S. Air Force photo by SSgt. Debra L. Penton) "Twelve students enrolled in the larrosi. Exercise registration is required. Call 284Swimming lessons Bus service will be provided by The Fort Clayton Youth Center 6135/4700 for details. Free swimming lessons will be MWR leaving from the naval offers ballet and tap for ages 3 years Bingo, arts/crafts offered by the the MWR Department station, Youth Center, at 9:30 a.m. and above. Also available is of the U.S. Naval Station Panama each morning and will depart the acrobatics instruction. The group The Fort Clayton Youth Center Canal for children ages 6-18 years at pool at 3 p.m. returning to Youth meets twice weekly. will have bingo games for senior the Farfan pool. Center. Teens can sign up for the shotokan teens Saturday and youths andjunior Lessons will be held from 10 a.m. Parents must provide children karate instruciton Mondays and teens Sunday. Call 287-645 1. to noon. Other activities will take with sack lunch. If there are further Wednesdays. A class for children 5Also scheduled are an arts and place until 3 p.m. questions call Cheryl at 283-5307. 12 years is also available. Advance crafts session Thursday at 3 p.m. and registration is accepted at building the monthly birithday celebration Y south Services provides shuttle 155, Fort Clayton. For information Aug. 26 at 4 p.tm. call 287-6451. Youth Services will provide a one No fee will be charged during the Dance, cooking lesson month experimental shuttle service trial period. Sponsors must sign a Pony rides Senior teens are invited to attend a for youths 6-19 years. transportation permission slip for The Albrook AFS Riding Stables dance at the Fort Clayton Youth youth to be eligible to ride. Passes is offering "Back to School Pony Center Friday. The center will also The service will begin Monday until may be picked up at the Fort Clayton Rides" for a nominal fee. offer a cooking lesson Aug. 30 at 3 Sept. 8. It will run Monday through Youth Center, building 155. For Rides begin at 10 a.m. to noon and p.m. Call 287-6451. Friday. additional information call 287-6751. 3-5 p.m. Saturday. A bake sale will be Dt held and refreshments will be Dance, fie Ydoahy I ow l i Q hat gts. AmSdor DiCbl m'mssaryC o available. Atlantic community teens are Center Center Center Tennis lessons invited to a Teen Dance at the am, 10:45am. 1 m. :1sa.m 11:30 The Howard AFB Youth Center community club Monday from 7-1 I a___ 11:15 _____ I IL30_a. has a volunteer tennis instructor for p.m. 11:45 am. noon 12:15 a.m, 12:30 p.m. 12:45 p.m. 1 p.M. 1:15 p.m. the summer, with scheduled hours A field day will be hosted at the Tuesdays and Thursdavs. For more Fort Davis Community Pa rk 2:15 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 3 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:45 p.m. info call 284-4700. Wed n csd a y fro m 2-5 p.m. . A pet s how will be held at the For details call tihe Fort Espinar 4:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 5pm. 5:15 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m. center at 3 p.m. Saturday. 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Tropic Times 1 Aug. 18, 1989 Continuedfrom Page 8 Nuevo Arraijan, Chapala Entrance Arr 450 La Herradura / Mosaico Maribei Arr 1451 Additional Run: San Jose / Re treat Camo Church Arr 1452 Route D41 -P. M. OLY La Chorrera, Fuentes del Chase Arr 1455 Balboa High School Dep 1445 La Chorrera, LavaIt ico / Sogo Arr 1457 Diablo Elerentary School Arr 1450 La Chorrera, Teatro aderno Arr 1458 Diablo Service Center Arc 1452 La Chorrera, Lottery Office Arr 1459 Cl-A To School Kinder La Chorrera, Casa de Epen Cholo Arr 1500 Ft. Clayton, -trs. 609, 656, 634 Den 0745 La Chorrera, Banco Nacional Arr 1502 Ft. Claytn, Qtrs. 621, 612 Dep 0750 COJ51ITIES SERVED: Las Combres, El Dorado, La Gloria, Altos de Betania. Curundu Elementary School Arr 0755 PI Las Crr6res: La Hacienda Restaurante DeP 1035 Entradace Los Caobos Deo 1038 DODDS School Bus Routes -Panama Ed dLa :e a 04 San Isidro , SS Entrada .Dep 1042 ROUTE LOCATION ARR / DEP TlfE Los Andes #2 Entrada Dep 1043 Los Andes #1 Entrada Dep 1045 W31 La Chorrera, Lavama tico/Sogo Deb 0600 Villa de Las Fuentes 01 La Chorrera, Banco Nacional Dep 0602 Ave 22Cn-N Casa. #21G Dep 1053 La Cherrera, Lotery Office Dap 0604 La Gloria, C/75-0 & Aae #21G De 1055 La Cherrera, Fuentes Del Chase Dep 0607 Altos he Betanla, 16C-N & C/74-0 Dep 1058 La Her radura/Mosaicos Mar i bel .Dep 0610 CLRLNJJ ELEMENTARY SO-CLE Arr 120 Nuevo Arraijan, Chapala Dep 0612 COMavLNITIES SERVED: San Francisco-Code 68, Pardue Lefevre-Code 6,Rio Nuevo Arraijan Bella Aner Dep 0613 abajo Code 66, Las SabanasCode 55, El Ingenio/Code 32 -----Vista Alegre, Pan AnerIcan/Shop Dep 0615 P3 11 de Oct Delta Gas Station Den 0945 Vista Alegre Rio Indio Dep 0617 KINDER 11 de Oct Shell Gas Station/La Prensa Dep 0946 Bidue (Entrancel Dep 0619 Hate Pintado: Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Dep 0620 Ave 3-N & 79-0 Den 948 Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Dep 0621 C/79-0 & Via Espana Dep 950 Caceres, Vregel Flower Qarden Dep 0623 Pardue Lefevre Caceres, Seminario Bautista Dep 0625 Ave E.T.Lefevre (Micky Mouse) De 0952 Arraijan, Chalet 3444-ss/Bldg Dep 0630 Para Brisas Y Carrocerias Den 0955 Arraijan, Puel ic Bus Stoy Dep 0640 Santa Elena BALBOA HICD SCHOOL ARR 0725 C/E (Taller Tello Perez) Dep 0957 DJRJ'LC JNIOR 11 5001. AR 0735 C/9 PuOllc 8S Day 0958 -NOTE: when needed, utilize this hus at 1355 to taKe horne p8's s tudents Rio Abaje: that are living in the Altos del Chase Areas follows Calle 19 & Via EsPana Dep 1000 Ave 238-N Chalet #64 Calle 16 Entrance Dep 1001 Ave 238-N & C/73-0 Calle 16 Church Day 1003 C/74F-0 Qtrts 35Qtrs 42 Ave 6B-N & C/13 Dep 1004 C/74-0 & Ave 19 Ave 68-n & C/11-1/2 Dep I O5 Ave 21 C/72C-0 La Pulida Ave 4-N & C/9 Day W31 Curandu Junior High School Dei 1425 Calle 9 & Via EsIana De 1008 BALBOA HIGH SCHCOL Dep 1435 Las SabanasLa Pradera, Via Espana Dep 1009 Rodman Marine Barracks 3001 Ar 1459 San Francisco: Rodman Marine Officers 3081 Ar t 1500 Villa Lilly & Via Porras De 1014 Arraijan, Public Bus Stop Arr 1506 Via Porras Teatro Roosevelt Day 1016 Arraijan, Texaco Gas Station Arr 1508 Via Porras & C/72-E Dv 1018 Caceres, Seminario Bautista Art 1510 Altos del Golf, Via Porras Ave 3C-S De 1020 Caceres, VergeI Flower Garden Ar, 1511 Coco Del Mar: Nuevo Veranillo (Entrance) Arr 1512 Ave 3K-S.& Cincuentenario De 1022 Cerro Sylvestre Bus Stoy Art 1513 C/79A-E & Cincuentenarie Dey 1024 Bique Bus Stop Entrance Art 114 San Francisco: Vista Alegre Rio 1Indi Arr 1515 Ave SA-S 7 C/76 (Marriott) Dep 1027 Nueve Arraijan Bello Amor Art 1517 C/74 & C/50 Dee 1029 Nuv Arraijan Chapala Entrance Arr 1518 C/71 & C/50 Dep 1030 La Herradura /Mosaicos Maribel Art 1519 Via Brazil Edificlo Lan Chile Via Israel Dep 1033 La Chorrera, Fuentes del Chase Art 1522 C/67 & C/50 Dee 1035 La Chor rera, Lavanatico/Sogo Art 1524 C/67 & Ave 38-S Dap 1036 La.Chorrera Lotery BS Art 1526 Via Porras Edificio Bahia AzuL Dep 1038 La Chorrera, Panaderia Luopta Arr 1527 Via Foras, C/62A-E (Car wash) Dep 1040 La Chorrera, Banco Nacional Art 1530 Carrasguilia, C/62 & Ave IA-S Dep 1041 PI8A Ave 238-N Chalet #64 Dep 0739 La Lona, C/66 (Cerento Panama) Dee 1044 Ave. 23B-N & C/73-0 Dep 0740 Vista Hermosa: C/74F-0 Otrs. 35 Dep 0742 C/64 & Ave 3A-N (M/AsiatcO) Dey 1046 C/74F-0 Qtto. 42 Dap 0743 C/64 & Ave nC-N (School) Day 1048 C/74-0 & Ave. 19 Dep 0744 El Ingeno. Ave 12C-N (Bod Francisco) Dp 1052. Ave. 218 & C/72C-0 Qtrs #32-1 Dep 0747 AVE 12C-N & C/74 Banco General De 1053 BALBOA ELEM-NTARY SC-IOL -Arr 0800 DIABLO ELDAENTARY SCHOOL Art 1120 P18A BALBOA ELBOENTARY SCCL P4 KINDER Perejil, Via espan & C/39-0 -Dep 1020 Ave. 23B-N Chalet -#64 Art 1409 Petejil Escuela IJA Dee 1022 Ave. 23B-N &C/73-0 Are 1411 BeIla Vista .Ave Cuba & C/35 DEp 1024 C/74F-0 Qtrs. 35 Arr 1412 Ave Aresenema -C/27, C/33 De 1026 C/74F-0 Qtto. 42 Art 1413 Ave Arosemena -C/38 Dep 1027 0/74-0 & Ave. 19 Art 1414 Ave Colootia & C/45 (Exitosa) Dap 1029 Ave. 218 & 0/72C-0 Otto. 32 Pine Tree Art 1417 Camo Alegre: Ave 5S & C/49E Dep 1030 C/72-0 (Medelos Horr) Art 1418 C/49E (LLOYD'S BANK) Den 1031 Wil La Chorrera, Lavamatice/ Sogo Dep 0600 Ave. 4A-S & Uruguay (1IB) Dee 1032 La Chorrera, Casa de En-pano (Cholo) Dep 0603 Paitilla: La Chorrera, Banc Nacional De 0605 Via Italia, Holiday Inn (Side) De 1034 La Chorrera, Lottery Office De 0608 Via Italia, C/53A-E (2d entrada) Dey 1035 La Chorrera, Teatro Medetne Dep 0610 Via Italia Edificio Brisas Marina Dep 1036 La Chorrera, Fuentes del Chase Dep 0615 Via Italia Russo DeP 1037 San Jose / Retreat Ca-o Church Den 0617 Via Israel, C/57A (across) Dea 1039 La Herradura / Monaice Mar ibel Dep 0620 Ca"po Alegre: Nuevo Arraijan, Bello Aer Dep 0623 Ave. 3A-S (Sanwa Bank) Dee 1043 Nuevo Vista Alegre / Pulic BS # I -2 De 0624 Centro Cuiturales/Kinder Claret DeD 1046 Nuevo Arraijan, Mist Gas Station Dep 0626 Obarrio: Vista Alegre, Rio IndjO BS Dep 0627 Ave. RArango & C/56 Dep 1047 Bique (Entrance BS) Dep 0628 Ave. Saruel Lewis & C/56 Dep 1048 Cerro Silvestre Entrance BS Day 0629 Ave. Sanuel Lewis & 0/57 Dep 1049 Nuevo Chorrillo Entrance BS Dep 0631 Ave. Saruel Lewis & /60 Dee 1050 Caceres, Vergel Flowers Garden DaP 0633 El Carmen: Caceres, Seminario Baut ista Dep 0634 Via Prres & Ave. IC-n Cl/Garcia Dep 1053 Arraijan, Chalet 3444 / SS Bldg. Dep 0640 Ave 3C-N Edifici. GalimarVia Brazil Arrijan, IR-E Bldg. (Side) Dep 0642 Clinica El Carmen Den 1056 Arraijan, Public Bus Stua Dee 0650 El Cangrejo: Veracruz, Gas Station Dep 0724 C/6IA-0 Edifici. Liliana De 1058 Ft. Kobbe Elenmentary School Arr 0740 Ave. 48-N C/F Edificlo Ae lia Dep 1059 PREIKINIDER -NLRSERY Einstein Statue/Casa de La Carne Dep 1100 Bldg. 42 Howard Child Care Center Via Argentina & Ave. SA-N Dep 1102 Howard Elerentary School Arr 0750 DIABLO EL~vENTARY SOD-COL Art 1120 WI La Chorrera, Lavanatico Dep 1020 O~VrJMITIES SERVED: Reparto Chanis, Juan Diaz, Santa Clara, La Chorrera, Casa de Ernpeno (Cholo) Deb 1022 Villa Guadalupe, El Dorado IPartial), La Gloria. La Cherrera, Banco Nacional Dep 1025 P11 RePr to Chanis La Chorrera, Lot tery ff ice Dep 1026 GAGO Suer Market Dea 0642 La Chorrera, Fuentes deI Chase Dep 1028 Santa Rosa, Ave 3C-S Dep 0644 La Herradura / MosaIco Mariel De 1030 Restaurante Bronco Dep 0645 Nuevo Arraijan, BelIe Anr Day 1032 .Juan Diaz Area: Nuva Vista Alegre / Public BS # I -2 Dap 1033 Jardin Olimpico /Edificio A De 0650 Nuevo Arraijan, Mist Gas Station Dep 1033 Santa Clara & Ave. Aroserena De 0655 Vista Alegre, Rio ladIe BS Dep 1034 La Pulida: (Entrance) Dep 0658 Bique (Entrance BS) Dep 1035 Villa Guadalupe: Carr Silvestre Entrance BS Dep 1036 Celle A & CircunvalaciOn Dee 0704 Nueve Chorrillo Entrance BS Dep 1037 CIae M & Circunvalacion Dep 0706 Ceceres, Vergel Flowers Garden Dep 1039 Celia p Iglesia El Cristo Dep 0710 Caceres, Seminarl1 Bautls t DeP 1041 Paraise, Caja de AhorresAcross Dee 0712 Arraijan, Chalet 3444 / 55 Bldg. Dep 1043 Vile De Las Fuentes #1: Arraijan, IF-E Bldg. (S1de) De 1044 Via C/74 (M,13,1) De 0719 Arraijan, Public Bus Stop Dep 1046 Ave 22C-N Casa #21G DeP 0720 Cocoli Trailer # 6 & 12 Dep 1055 La Gloria: Cocoli Playground BS Dep 1100 C/75-0 & ave 21C-N Dep 0722 Marine Barracks 3027 & 3083 De 1105 C/75D-0 & Ave 17C Dep 0724 Rodman Groller St. Qtrs. 201 De 1110 Avance, Ave 16C & C/74-0 Dep 0725 Howard Elementary School Arr 1120 CLRLEDJ ELEMENTARY S5t-{L Arr U 0750 WIl HOARD ELEMENTARY SCFCIL De 1355 Howard Child Care Center PO / Youth Center BS Art 1400 CLeLaDU ELBVENTARY SC-CCL Deb 1355 Ft. Kabbe El rantery School Art 1410 Villa De Las Fuentes #1 Veracruz, Gas Station Art 1420 Ave. 22C-N Casa #21G Art 1410 Arraljan, Public Bus Stop Arr 1430 La Gloria: Arraijan, Chalet 3444 / SS Bldg. Arr 1432 C/75-0 & Ave 2IC-N Art 1412 Caceres, Saminario Bautista Arr 1434 C/75D-0 & Ave 17C Ar 1414 Ceceres, Vergel Flowers Garden Arr 1436 CLFLrDU ELEENTARY SCO-Lt Artr 1416 Nuevo Chorrillo Entrance BS Art 1438 Avance, Ave 16C & C/74-h Certe Silvestre Entrance BS Art 1440 Rapart. Chanis Bique (Entrance S) Arr 1442 GAGO S/M Art 136 Vista Alegre, Rio Indo S Art 1444 Santa Rosa Ave 3C-S Art 1437 Nuevo Arraijan, Panaderia Villa Bianca Art 1446 Restaarante Bronco Ar 1438 Nuevo Vista Alegre / Pul ic 85 # I -2 Art 1448 Cotinued on Page 7 Nuevo Arreijan, Belie Avor Arr 1449

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 13 things to do I l I The second session will begin Sept. Panamanian Cuisine, Interior I2 at 10 a.m. to noon. The remainder Decorating, Space A Travel to South of those classes will also be held Sept. America and more. Make free child 9, 16 and 23. For more information care reservations starting Designing call 289-5104. Wednesday. The event takes place The Fort Clayton Arts & Center Auto care Aug. 30 at the Zodiac Recreation invites you to learn how to art work The Fort Davis Arts & Crafts Center from 8 am. to 1:45 p.m. for silk screening. Yours can be Center offers headlight adjustment Outdoor recreation applied to paper or T-shirts. sessions. Join in Friday from 1-4 p.m. The Howard Outdoor Recreation Class meets Tuesdays (morning Learn how to trouble shoot, check Section is currently offering the and afternoons). Call 287-5957 or the circuit, change and adjust your following classes on an on-going stop by building 180, Fort Clayton. auto's headlights. Call 289-5104. basis. The automotive section will Water aerobic class -Tuesday, English classes feature classes on the Charging Wednesday and Thursday, 6 to 7 Valent Recreation Center System Sept. 1 and 29. p.m. announces the start of new English Preschool swimming class -3 to 5 classes Monday year olds, Tuesday, Thursday and The center offers beginners a. n Friday, 2 to 3 p.m. instruction from 9-10 a.m. Monday Events being offered during through Thursday. Intermediate August are: level class meets from 10-11 a.m. Dance, music lessons Today -Discover scuba diving Reserve space today. For info call Modern dance and classical ballet courses at the Howard Pool, 6 p.m. 2874201/6500. and tap classes will begin Aug. 28 at Monday -Scuba diving classes Sailing courses ACS orientation the Pacific Theater Arts Center in start at the Howard Pool,6 p.m. Sailintg courses Lre being' olered Curundu. For more information call 284by the I.S Nais a Station I aaM ACS will sponsor a "Welcome to Classes include beginners, 3569 or 286-3555. Caial MW R. Sitgn Up at building 65. Panamia" orientation Tuesday. The intermediate and advanced levels. For information call 2NI-5307. program will begin at 8 a.m. at the Piano, guitar and voice lessons are Arts/crafts Fort Clayton NCO Club. Reserve also available. Courses are scheduled The Howard Arts and Crafts BR your space early. Call 285-6517. for after duty or school. Students Center is offering the following A must bring their guitar. classes and special events during Classes begin Aug. 28. Call 286August. Arts and crafts 3152 to register. Today through Sunday -1989 The Albrook Arts and Crafts Photography Contest entries center will offer the following classes I ERA'Aexhibition, and special events during August. F Today -Vinegar etching class, Today -Beginners clay flower [ 10:30 a.m. class, 2 p.m. For more information, C Augmentee events All activities will take place in call286-3279. Building 711. For more information, The Ocean Breeze Center at Fort call 284-6361/6345. TOPS meeting Sherman is conducting weekly events. for the augmentees. Zodiac classes There will be a "Take Off.Pounds Join in Sundays for a pool tourney The Zodiac Recreation Center is Sensibly" meeting Tuesday evenings at 1 p.m., Wednesday for dominoes currently offering the following at the Albrook Chapel from 6-7:15 at 1 p.m., and ping pong is featured classes: p.m. Everyone is invited to attend Friday. Join in Saturday at 1 p.m. Piano lessons from 10 a.m. to TOPS' open house Aug. 29. for a game of Spades. 12:30 p.m., Wednesday and Friday; For more information call Susan The center is also having a Gatun and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Jefferson at 282-3631. Talent/star search Lock tour Fridays. Thursday. Teacher needed In addition, join in for movies at Shotokan karate classes for The annual Talent/Star Search 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and children from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesday The Albrook Youth Center is Center, Fort Clayton Saturday at 7 Saturday. and Thursday, and from 4:30 to 5:30 currently seeking a qualified tennis C p.m., Saturday. instructor. Interested persons should p.m. For adults from 7 to 8:30 p.m., call 286-3618/3195. Over 16 acts have signed up to Tuesday and Thursday, and from dancers, musicians, singers, specialty Tae kw o aril arts classes FOR s. for children from 6 to 7 p.m., H1 i Chess players Monday, Wednesday and Friday. .. For adults from 7 to 8 p.m., Monday, Pixie Theater show Do you play chess? Vaent -Wednesday and Friday. The Atlantic Pixie Theater will Recreation Center is seeking Ches Afternoon beginner English present "The Handwriting on the players to start a club. C classes are given from 2 to 3:30 p.m., Wall" tonight at The Loft Theater. 287-4201/6500. each Tuesday and Thursday. This production concludes the All active duty, retired military, summer program. The evening will Scuba diving Sailing Department of Defense civilians and include a piano solo, ballet, and a Discover the fascinating world of Sclass family members are eligible to fashion show and lip sync. Families scuba diving! The CRD Outdoor The Fort Sherman Scuba & Boat participate. A small fee will be are invited to attend at 6:30 p.m. Recreation Branch offers monthly Rental Center will conduct a Sailing charged for each of the classes. For Admission is free. classes, both PADI and NAUI. Class Aug. 26. Instruction begins at m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n, c a 1 1 The next sessions are scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Fort Sherman lagoon. 284-6161/6109. k ! Monday. Stop by the Scuba Center Session is limited to three persons, so I I (building 178) to make your register soon. Call 289-6104. 50 1VAHi S i O7 arrangements. I-or info call 287The center also has weekly ' "Outboard Motor Operation" classes I aZZercise class Video class at 10 a.m. Advance registration is The Jazzercise class will begin required. Contact the center from 2-5 Free movies Aug. 29 at the Cocoli Community A video class is being held at the p.m. The U.S. Naval Station Panama Center. Get into shape with this Fort Clayton Arts & Crafts Center. Canal, Morale, Welfare and aerobics program. The class meets The class is from 10 a.m. ta4 287Recreation Center is offering free Tuesday through Friday at 10:30 Thursday, byappointment.CaJ27B movies for All Hands and a.m.Call287-3010. 5957 or stop by Building 180, Fort dependents. The movies will be Clayton. played at Crews' Lounge. Building Cocoli events Support center x8, and MCSFC clasroo"n Cocoli Community Center is SlHo1ward AFB Albrook AFS Building 3005. having activities for first through Family Support Center has a ariety Two different features are shown sing ades or firs tr d of events scheduled for Augst. each night, one at 7 p.m. and another sixth graders. On Mondays and Poteyesrvtios arcerured IolAuguIst. at 9p m. Wednesdays movies will be featured Pottery course Resfroations are required lot all of from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Pat Garrett will teach a basic the programs, and can be made by Boating class Crafts will be featured pottery course at the Fort Davis calling 284-5650 or dropping by A Boston Whaler class will he held Wednesdays, followed by fun games Crafts Center. The first of two building 707 here. Saturday. It's sponsored by the U.J5. Tuesdays and Thursdays. In sessionswillbeAug. 28,6-8p.m. The "You Asked For It" -loin FSC Nasal "station Pana ma Citnal MWIWR. addition, birthdays will be celebrated remaining classes will all be held for a relaxing day of fun and Sign up at building 65. MWR main on the last Friday of the month. Sept. I1, 18, and 25 at the same time. educational workshops, including ollicc. For details call 283-5307. Call 287-3010 for more details.

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14 Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 club calendar __ p.m: Tues., 2 for I steak night; Wed., specials from 11:30 a.m.-i p.m.; Specials/ ~ Mexican night; Thurs., Cajun night. Enetim n Amador O'Club -Mon.Fri. from Howard NCO Club -Fri., surf& turf 1 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. lunch specials. 5:30-9 p.m.; Sun., dining 5:30-8:30; Howard 0' Club -Fri., Disco, Bamboo Inn -Lunch specials, 11 Mon. closed; Tues., Mexican night' ., a.m.-2 p.m., Mon.-Sat. Howard NCO Club -Mon., Wed.-Thurs.-& Sat., a la carte 8-midnight. .-Albrook O'Club -Mon.-Fri. from 11 membership night, open at 5:30. dining. Balr o Fr -Sat.m discm Naval Station O' Club -Fri. & Wed., Ballroom: Fri. & Sat. 8 p.m.-2 a.m.; Cuanm.-o nuem. Wed. 75-7 p.m., social hour; Mon. & Sun., Naval Station Officers'Club -Fri. & Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-& Wed. 7mom's night out; membership Sat., prime rib; Sun., a la carte midnight; Casual Cove Discos: Fri. lunch specials from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. appreciation night. dining; Mon., seafood night; Tues., & Sat., rock & roll 9 p.m.-l a.m.; Clayton NCO Club -Mon. -Fri. Naval Station Anchorage Club -turkey croissant; Wed., pork chop; salsa 7-midnight; 8-midnight: Mon. lunch specials from 11:30 a.-p.m. Fri.& Tues., social hour, 4-6 p.m. Thurs., Porterhouse steak. .& Tues., variety; Wed. & Thurs., Davis Community Club -Tues.-Fri., Sat., grill sandwich bar, 8-10 p.m., Naval Station Anchorage Club -Fri. western. lunch specials from 11:30 a.m.-I Sun., 1-10:30 p.m. & Sat., prime rib; Sun., grill Naval Station O'Club -Fri., DJ 5p.m.; closed Mon. Naval Station CPO Club -Fri. & sandwich midnight; Mon. -Sun., live Sherman Community Club -Once a Wed., social hour, 4-6 p.m; Mon., Thurs., chicken in the basket; Tues., entertainment. month lunch specials I a.m.-I p.m. closed. spaghetti night; Wed., Mongolian Naval Station Anchorage Club -Fri., Bamboo Inn -Mon. & Fri., social stir fried night. DJ 6 p.m.-1 a.m.; Sat., DJ, 8hour, 5-6 p.m. Naval Station CPO Club -Fri-Sun.midnight; Tues. movie night 7:30 Ft. Amador O'Club -Available for Tues.-& Wed., a la carte dining; Sat., p.m. special events on Wed., Fri., & Sat. seafood platter; Mon., lasagna night; Naval Station CPO Club -Fri., DJ, 7 Howard NCO Club -Mon.-Fri., 6-9 disco, 8-12 p.m. Thurs., sirloin steak. p.m.-1 a.m. Sun., movie day 1-6 p.m. a.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-l p.m., sit down Bayview Room & Waterfront Inn -Quarry Heights -Tues., steak night, Bayview Room & Waterfront Inn -breakfast. Fri., happy hour, 4-6 p.m. 7-9 p.m.; Wed. & Thurs., Mon., 7 p.m., pepperoni pizza, game Naval Station Anchorage Club STRAC Club -Open Mon.-Thurs., membership appreciation discount; night; Wed., 6-10 p.m. hors d'oevres, Mon.-Fri. 6:30-11:00 a.m. 4:30-10 p.m.; Fri., 4:30-11:30 p.m.; Fri., Chateaubriand; Sat., seafood ladies night, DJ; Thurs., pounder Quarry Heights O'Club -Mon. & Wed.Fri., social hour with hot feast; Reservations recommended. burger w/french fries, games night. Fri., 6:30-8:30 a.m.; Sat., 8-10 a.m. snacks, 4:30-6 p.m.; Fri., with DJ.; Amador O'Club -Thurs. 6-9 p.m., Bamboo Inn -Fri., live band starting Sat., club open. Mongolian BBQ; closed holidays at 7 p.m. Clayton NCO Club -Fri., 4:30-8 and Mon. Albrook O'Club -Fri., DJ, 9:30 p.m.p.m., social hour, free snacks. Bayview Room & Waterfront Inn -I a.m.; Sat., disco 9:30-1:30 a.m.; Ft. Sherman Cadre Lounge -Sat., Fri., tacos, 5-8 p.m.; Sat., lobster Sun., German Rosch during brunch open 5-10 p.m. Enjoy the new variety thermidor, variety music. Clayton NCO Club -Fri. & Sat., Howard NCO Club -10 a.m.-l p.m. disco program. Albrook O'Club -Fri. & Sat., 6-9 C&W in the Corral from 7 p.m; Howard O'Club -10 a.m.-l p.m., Ft. Sherman Community Club -p.m., prime rib & seafood; Sun., Mon., closed. Aug. 20. Mon., Tues., Wed., club closed, dining room closed, try our new Corner Post Lounge -Sun., variety Naval Station O'Club -10:30 a.m.available for special functions. Lounge Menu; Mon. Mongolian BBQ; music, oldies but goodies, 6-9 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Davis Community Club -Fri., social Tues., dining room closed, burgers in Ft. Sherman Community Club -Fri., Amador O'Club -10 a.m.-l p.m. hour, 4:30 to 6 p.m.; Wed., Sr. the bar 5:30-8:30 p.m.; 6-8:30 p.m: entertainment until 8 p.m.; Atlantic Albrook O'Club -10 a.m.-1 p.m. NCO/ Officers' lounge is open 5-10 Wed., Mexican night; Thur., 2 for 1 blue & gold Boy Scouts awards Clayton NCO Club -10 a.m.-l p.m. p.m.; Thurs., 4:30 p.m.-midnight. steak night. ceremony until 10 p.m. Sherman Community Club -11 a.m.Davis Mountain Top Pub -Available Clayton NCO Club -Casa Maria, Davis Community Club -Fri., disco; 2 p.m., once a month. for kiddie parties. Call 289-3506. Mexican food specials Mon.-Wed. 5Sat., land & sea special, Caoba Cafe Davis Community Club -10 a.m.-I Espinar Community Club -9 p.m., Fri., 5-10 p.m.; Tues. -Sat., until 9:30 a.m. p.m. Available for special functions and dining, 5-9 p.m. parties only. Call 289-5160. Red Door -Open every day. Quarry Heights -Membership Open Sherman Community Club -Tues.House -Fri., Aug. 11, entertainment, Sun., pizza garden is open 4-10 p.m. door prizes, hors d'oeurves, 5-7:30 La Vista dining room is open Fri., Howard O' Club -Mon.-Fri. 11:00 Howard O'Club -Wed. at 6 p.m. p.m., $5. for non-members, members chateaubriand for 2 5:30-9:30 p.m.; a.m.-1 p.m. Howard NCO Club -Sun. at 2 p.m.; free; available for special events and Sat., seafood special, 6-9 p.m. Sat., Howard NCO Club -Mon.-Fri., every Wed. at 6 p.m. functions. Call 2824380open for fast food 5:30-10 p.m. from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Naval Station Anchorage Club Davis Community Club -Fri., Naval Station O'Club -Mon.-Sat. 11 Thurs. at 7 p.m. international dining in the Caoba a.m.-l:30 p.m. Naval Station CPO Club -Tues. at 5 Cafe, Mexican night; Thurs., Naval Station Anchorage Club -p.m. Mongolian BBQ, disco follows BBQ. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sat., grill Clayton NCO Club -Sun., 4 p.m.; Howard O'Club -6-9 p.m: Fri., Davis Mountain Top Pub -Thurs.sandwich bar, 8 a.m.-l0 p.m., Sun., Tues., 5:30 p.m. prime rib/ seafood; Sat., prime rib & Sun., pizza & chicken delivery 5-9:30 1-10:30 p.m. Davis Community Club -Sun., 3 shrimp; Sun. & Mon., closed; 6-8:30 p.m. Quarry Heights -Mon.-Fri. lunch p.m.; Wed., 7 p.m. notices Summer Sunday school $100, are available. Entries are Contract bids T Ho judged by military historians based The Howard/Kobbe Chapel offers on the usefulness of the article to The USARSO consolidated a Summer Sunday School at 10:45 today's Army leader: originality, chaplains fund is now accepting bids a.m. each Sunday. For more historical accuracy, documentation, for their non-personnal service information, call 284-3948. style and rhetoric. contracts for the upcoming fiscal Evangelistic service Entries must be postmarked by year that will begin Oct.l. Questions e midnight Dec. 31. Sergeants Major should be directed to the Fund Everyone is invited to attend the Academy, advanced course title, Manager, Chaplain (Maj.) Wayne Great Evangelistic services at course number, dates of course Strohschein at 282-3771. Howard AFB Chapel (Church of attendance, and forwarding address God in Christ). upon completion of the course must Services will be held Wednesday be included. Marina hours through Friday starting at7p.m. For Send two copies of the manuscript, The marina at the U.S. Naval more information call 284-4996. along with. any accompanying Station Panama Canal has changed .Writing contest photographs, maps, or other its working schedule. Spa n i s h w o r s h i p graphics, to the U.S. Army Center of New hours are: Monday through The 1989 Military History Writing Military History, Attn: Writing Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.: The Church of God has a Spanish Contest is open to all students Contest, Washington, D.C. 20314Saturday, Sunday and holidays from worship service Thursdays at 7 p.m. attending officer advanced courses 0200. Contest winners will be 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m .and the Sergeants Major Academy announced about March 31. Bible study in Spanish is offered during 1989. Sundays at 9 45 am. Services are Unpublished manuscripts of 2,000 Albrook Thrift Shop trap iesmofthe July 24 held at The Church of God to 3,000 words are eligible. Papers Spr hrf h p Ecia Ediio of the Tropic4 Servicemen's Center, 0603 Gaillard must develop a military history The Albrook Thrift Shop is now Special Edition of the Tropic Highway in Balboa. They are located related theme. Entries must be typed open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday Times are available. Anyone next to the PCC Training Center. and double-spaced. and Thursday. Consignments are conca copy or copies should Call 2873622/4135 for details. Five prizes, ranging from $500 to welcome.

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 noticesI Protestant gospel through Friday. All classes are held Child development Panama Orientation Protestant gospel services will from 9:15 a.m. to I I:15 a.m. For The Howard Child Development Are you new to the area? Do you begin at Fort Espinar chapelSept. 10 additional information call 289Center still has a few weekly slots want to learn more about Panama? at 11:15 a.m. Gospel choir rehearsal 4511/4898. available at the rate of $20 per week. The U.S. Naval Station Panama are be held every Thursday at the Preschool registration In addition, anyone interested in Canal, Rodman Family Services Fort Davis chapel, 6:30 p.m. For The Howard/ Albrook Preschools having this weekly made available at Center is holding their bi-monthly more information call 289-3319. are continuing registration for the Albrook, 2 1/2 to 10 year olds, "Orientation to Naval Station and 1989/1990 school year. Parents should contact the child Panama" at the Navy Chapel School registration interested in enrolling their child may development center at 284-6135. If Thursday and Friday at the Chief School starts August 24 for all do so at the Howard school, building there is enough interest, the hours Pettly Officers Club. DoDDS students. If your children 42, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., or at the will be extended and weekly care will This orientation offers newcomers a are not already registered, including Albrook school, building 805, from be made available at the Albrook chance to learn about the naval kindergarten, please contact the 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Preschool. station, the history and culture of nearest school as soon as possible. Friday. This program is designed with the Panama and a chance to sample Take travel orders or sponsorship When registering children, parents working parent in mind. Included in native foods and tour some local letter and ID cards with you. A birth must bring the child's immunization the rate is all meals, up to five days of sites. certificate will also be required for record, passport or birth certificate care, arts and crafts and cooking It's open to anyone who is interested kindergarten registration. and their ID card. experiences. in expanding their knowledge about A registration fee will be charged. The CDC will hold a Parent/ Child the area. For more information call ACS classrooms Classes are offered to children ages 2 Art Workshop at 9 a.m., Saturday, at 283-5449/4148. Free child care will Army Community Services 1/2 through 4 years old. the center. The workshop is open to be provided. Family Member Employment For more information, call 284all parents with children 12 months Program is organizing classrooms 6135 or 286-3133. to 12 years old. DODDS mixer for family members. The CDC is also offering a"Before There will be a DODDS mixer Preschool program and After School Program" which Friday at the Caoba Cafe, Fort Davis One classroom will be located in Child Development Services, provides parents of kindergarten to Community Club, 5-7 p.m. The Valent Recreation Center, Fort Part-Day Preschool Program fifth grade students a child care mixer will give the Atlantic Clayton and the second one will be at announces a new Enrichment alternative to prevent occurrences of community and its leaders the Cocoli Community Center. Classes Program for children ages 3-5 years. "latch key" children. opportunity to meet and greet new for teenagers and military spouses This program is designed to For more information, call and returning DODDS teachers. will soon be starting. enhance a child's development in 284-6135. The price of the event is $4 per Instruction will include typing and areas of science, art, spanish cultural person to be paid at the door. Lt. Col. skills to perform in an office awareness, fine and gross motor EDITOR'S NOTE: If you've Robert Henry will be the guest environment. Call 285-5658 to skills, pre-math concepts, recently had an addition to your speaker. For more information call reserve space. language/ pre-reading, and family and would like the birth 287-5181. music/ auditory perception. announcement published in the The program will concentrate on Tropic Times, please provide us Finance class Driving slowly one or two developmental areas a with the necessary information A checkbook management class The 1989-90 DODDS year begins month. Parents can enroll their child and mail it to: Tropic Times, APO will be held at Valent Recreation Thursday. School buses will be for one or all the months. Children 34002. Pictures may also be Center, Fort Clayton, Aug. 29. Call moving throughout the housing attending the morning session of included, but will become the 285-5556. areas and many children will be going preschool will be provided property of the Tropic Times. to school, some for the first time. transitional care between programs. Also, include your name, rank, Food drive They will be walking, riding September's theme will be SSN and phone number. The Boy Scouts of America will bicycles and skateboards. "Developmental Science." Children sponsor a food drive for the Army Give the kids abreak! Drive slowly will be provided hands-on Coco Solo Clinic Community Service food locker. -children move fast. experiences with water, sand, soil, The Coco Solo Health Clinic will Fred S. Davis started this project to seeds, magnets, tools, insects, wind, resume its previous schedule of help earn his Eagle badge. wheels, planes, pulleys, smelling, patient transport effective Aug. 28. The food drive runs Sunday CDS part-day tasting, seeing an egg grow into a live On that date, the patient transport through Sept. 20. Drop-off points Child Development Services is baby chick and much more. bus will make two daily trips to will be at the shoppettes on Fort accepting applications for teachers Registration for this program will Gorgas Army Community Hospital. Clayton, Albrook AFS and Howard and teacher's aides for the Part-day be held Aug. 28-29 from 1-3 p.m. at For more information call 289-5616. AFB, the Corozal and Howard AFB Preschool program at Fort Sherman building 156, Fort Clayton. For commissaries, Fort Clayton and and Margarita Complex. information call 287-5507. Command change Howard AFB chapels, the Fort Applicants should have an Orientation night Company C, 1st Battalion, 228th Clayton Guest House and the Army associate's degree and some The CDS Part-Day Program at Aviation Regiment "Winged Community Service Branch located professional child care experience. Fort Clayton will be offering an Warriors" will hold a change of in building 115. Aides need to have at least a high orientation night for parents Aug. command Friday at 9 a.m. beside For more information call school diploma and also have some 31, from 7-8 p.m. hangar 4, Fort Kobbe. 287-3835. experience working with children. During this time, parents will be Applications are being accepted at able to meet their child's teacher and AAFES Fort Clayton Garage reopens Margarita Complex in room 28 become familiar with the school Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. policies and procedures, as well as to 1 p.m. For more information address any questions. contact Cynthia Johnson at Lamaze instructor 289-4511.La aeisrco The Zodiac Recreation Center is now seeking a certified Lamaze CDS free meals (prepared childbirth) instructor. For Child Development Services more information, call Atlantic and Pacific communities are 284-6161/6109. offering free meals and snacks for theC hourly care programs. Parents no longer are required to The Fort Clayton Child pay for meals and snacks at Child Development Center announces Development Centers located at expanded hours of operation Friday building 39, Fort Clayton and evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. building 8351, Margarita. The center, located in building 39, If you have any questions, contact Fort Clayton, is now open until the CDS nutritionist, Elsa Atencio, midnight Fridays. In the past, CDC at 287-5657 or 87-6812. operated Friday evenings only when a minimun number of reservations Margarita CDS were scheduled. Parents may now a make reservations or drop in for Child Development Service's part child care with the assurance that the day pre-school program registration facility will be operating. AAFES Manager for concessionaires, Gene Hillis (L) closes a deal with is continuing at building 8351, In addition, the CDC opens Expertech Inc. representatives Guillermo Tapia (center) and Ricardo Margarita. There are openings in the Saturdays and Sundays. This will be Marques. Wednesday, Expertech became the new concessionaire for 21 year old class which is held on a trial basis for a three-month automotive repairs at the Clayton Garage. According to Marques and Tuesdays and Thursdays; the 3 year period. Additional hours Saturday Tapia, Expertech has assembled a team of select personnel who will be old class. Monday through Friday: are 10 a.m.-midnight and Sundays oriented toward improving service. and the 4 vear Shd class Monda'; from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

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6 Tropic Times 16Aug. 18, 1989 tv guide 10 15 CNN Headline Newsbreak 9:30 NBC Nightly News 1030 USA Today -TV 10:00 Entertainment Tonight F Saturday 11:00 Classic Concentration 10:30 NBC Tonight Show .30 Guinness World Records 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman 7:00 a.m. CNN Headline News ; :55 Community Bulletin 12:30 am. Nightline 7:30 Just For Kids! Noon CNN Headline News :00 AFRTS Overnight Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report Huckleberry Hound & Friends 12:30 CNN Sports Tonight Denver 1:00 Another World Friday Jem 2:00 Donahue. .Counseling in Suicide. (mature theme) I Alvin & The Chipmunks 2:50 Star Trek 5:00 a.m. CNN Headline News Nickelodeon Movie."The Good, The Bad And 3:40 CNN Headline Newsbreak 5:30 NBC At Sunrise Huckleberry Hound." (97 min.) 3:55 3-2-1 Contact 6:00 NBC Today Show 11:30 America's Top 10 4:25 Guiding Light 8:00 Morning Stretch Noon CNN Headline News 5:10 General Hospital 8:25 Pac Man 12:30 p.m. Motorweek 5:55 Community Bulletin 8:50 Mork & Mindy 1:00 Major League Baseball 6:00 SCN Evening Report 9:20 Incredible Hulk 4:00 The Untouchables 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 10:15 CNN Headline Newsbreak 4:55 Community Bulletin 7:00 Jeopardy 10:30 USA Today -TV 5:00 WWF Superstars Of Wrestling 7:30 Sixty Minutes 11:00 Classic Concentration 5:45 Wheel of Fortune 8:30 St. Elsewhere 11:30 Alice 6:10 Star Search 9:25 Community Bulletin 11:55 Community Bulletin 7:00 Prime Time Live 9:30 NBC Nightly News Noon CNN Headline News 8:00 NFL Pre-Season Football 10:00 Entertainment Tonight 12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report 11:00 Saturday Night Live 10:30 NBC Tonight Show 12:30 CNN Sports Latenight 12:30 a.m. Videolink I:30 Late Night With David Letterman 1:00 Another World 1:15 SCN All Night Movies.Zoz." (90 min.) 12:30 a.m. Nightline 2:10 Oprah Winfrey.wife Workaholics. 2:50 SCN All Night Movies."The Flame And The Arrow."(93 min.) 1:00 AFRTS Overnght 250 Star Trek 4:25 Austin City Limits 3:40 CNN Headline Newsbreak 5:25 A New Beginning >. 3:55 Degrassi Junior High \dnesdav :4:25 Guiding Light 1 \ 5:10 General Hospital Sunday~ 5:00 a.m. CNN Headline News 5:55 Community Bulletin 1 1> 5:30 NBC At Sunrise 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:00 a.m. CNN Headline News 6:00 NBC Today Show 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 6:0m. Chrisperlseup N8:00 Morning Stretch 7:00 Jeopardy 6:30 Christopher Closeup 8:25 Sesame Street 7:25 227 7:00 The Coral Ridge Hour 9:25 The Berenstain Bears 7:50 Magnum P.I. 7:58 Community Bulletin 9:50 Secret City 8:40 Miami Vice 8:00 CBS Sunday Momng 10:15 CNN Headline Newsbreak 9:30 NBC Nightly News 9:30 Ebony/Jet Showcase 10:30 USA Today -TV 10:00 Entertainment Tonight 10:00 Meet The Press 11:00 Classic Concentration 10:30 NBC Tonight Show 10:30 This Week With David Brinkley 11:30 Barney Miller 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman W1:30 CNN Headline News 11:55 Community Bulletin 12:30 a.m. Nightline Noon WWF Smri R Series Noon CNN Headline News 1:00 .Pre-Season Football 3:40 Couryip R s12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report 4:00 SCN All Night Movies."Only The Valiant." 3:40 Country Clips 12:30 CNN Sports Tonight (105 min.) 4:40 Public People, Private Lives 1:00 Another World 5:50 Videolink 5:35 Co mHunadli Nuew 2:0 Oprah Winfrey. Male Mid-Life Crisis. 6:00 75th Anniversary of the Panama Canal 2:50 Star Trek 6:30 Little House On The Prairie 3:40 CNN Headline Newsbreak Movies On SCN-TV 7:15 Married With Children 355 Soapbox With Tom Cottle "We Are The Children." Two Americans, an 7:45 SCN Sunday Night Movie."We Are The 5 Gena Light idealistic young doctor and a brash television Child-e." (99 mi.) 5:10 General Hospital 9:25 Community Bulletin 5:55 Community Bulletin journalist fall in love amidst the heartbreak of the 9:310 CNN Headline News 6:00 SCN Evening Report Ethiopian famine. Stars Ted Danson and Ally 10:00 Entertainment This Week 6:30 ABC World News Tonight Sheedy. 1:00 AFRTS Overnight 7:00 Jeopardy "Smash-Up On Interstate 5." Destinies of 7:25 Just The 10 Of Us complete strangers come together when they're 7:50 SCN Wednesday Night Movie."Smash-Up part of a massive crash on a southern California 9:25 On Interstate 5." (95 mi.) freeway at the close of a holiday weekend. Stars 5:0a 9:30 NBC Nightly News Robert Conrad and Buddy Ebsen. 5:00 a.m. CNN Headline News 10:00 Entertainment Tonight "The Good, The Bad and Huckleberry Hound." 5:30 NBC At Sunrise 10:30 NBC Tonight Show Huck goes west during the gold rush days. When 6:00 NBC Today Show 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman he gets there he is made sheriff to take care of the 8:00 Morning Stretch 12:30 a.m Nightline notorious Dalton gang. 8:25 Sesame Street 1:00 AFRTS Overnight "Zotz." A professor of ancient languages gets 9:5 Frugal G island an old coin with magical powers that makes 10:15 CNN Headline Newsbreak I ><> < people move in slow motion and causes other 10:30 USA Today -TV T mystical things to happen. Stars Tom Poston. 11:00 Classic Concentration "The Flame And The Arrow." Dardo is an 11:30 Fight Back 5.00 n.m. CNN Headline News independent mountaineer who mobilizes his town 11:55 Community Bulletin 5:30 NBC At Sunrise against its unjust ruler in 12th century Italy. Stars Noon CNN Headline News 6:00 NBC Today Show Burt Lancaster. 12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report 8:00 Morning Stretch "Only The Valiant." A hated cavalry officer 12:30 Sports Machine 8:50 The Flistone Kids regains the respect of his men by staving off a 2:00 Oprah Winfrey.datered Womn. (matre theme) 9:15 The Love Boat violent attack by Apache indians. Stars Gregory 2:50 Star Trek 10:15 CNN Headline Newsbreak Peck, Gig Young and Ward Bond. 3:40 CNN Newsbreak 10:30 USA Today -TV C 3:55 Square One 11:00 Classic Concentration Changes On SCN-TV 4:25 Guiding Light 11:30 Ask Dr. Ruth (mature theme) Pre-Season Football joins the SCN-TV schedule this 5:10 General Hospital 11:55 Community Bulletin week on Saturday, Monday and Friday nights. Consult 5:55 Community Bulletin Noon CNN Headline News the SCN-TV Guide for times and teams. With the 6:00 SCN Evening Report 12:20 p.m. SCN Midday Report addition of pre-season football some changes to our 6:30 ABC World News 12:30 CNN Sport Latenight regular schedule had to be made. 7:00 Pre-Season Football 1:00 Another World Sports ON SCN-TV 10:00 NBC Nightly News 2:00 Donahue.shizophrenia. 10:30 NBC Tonight Show 2:50 Star Trek Saturday 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman 3:40 Community Bulletin I p.m. BASEBALL: Boston vs. Milwaukee or Los 12:30 a. Nightline 3:45 CNN Headline Newsbreak Argeles vs. N.Y. Mets. (3 hrs.) 1:00 AFRTS Overnight 4:00 Mr. Wizard's World 5 p.m. WRESTLING: WWF wresting excite4:25 Guiding Light meant. 5:10 General Hospital 8p.m. NFL PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL: Denver 5:55 Community Bulletin vs. San Francisco. (3 hrs.) Tuesday 6:00 SCN Evening Report Sunday 1 6:30 ABC World News Tonight Noon WWF SURVIVOR SERIES: World Wres5:00 a.m. CNN Headline News 7:00 Jeopardy tling Federation favories. (2.5 hrs.) 5:30 NBC At Sunrise 7:25 Mr. Belvedere 2:40 p.m. AMERICAN RACE SERIES: Racig. 6:00 NBC Today Show 7:50 Growing Pains b:00 Morning Stretch 8:15 Head Of The Class Monday 8:25 The Adventures Of The Galaxy Rangers 8:40 Murphy Brown 7 pm. PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL: Washington 8:50 The Roadrunner Show 9:29 Community Bulletin vs. Minnesota. 9:15 Trapper John 9.05 The Tracey Ullman Show

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Tropic Tim5es Aug. 18, 1989 17 Continuedfrom Page 12 C/79A-E &Ccuentenarlo Arr 1438 San Francisco: Juan Diaz Area: JardIn Olirjico/Edificio A Arr 1445 A/e 5A-S & C/76 ( Marriott) All 1442 Santa Clara & Ave. Arose-ena Arr 1447 C/74 & C/5C Arr 1443 La Pulida (Entrance) Arr 1449 C/71 & C/50 Arr 1444 Villa Iuadalune: C/67 & C/50 Arr 1445 Calle A & Circunvalacion Arr 1455 C/67 & Ave 3B-S -C67 & C65E Arr 1447 Cale M & Circunvalacion Arr 1457 Via Porras (Bahia Azul) Arr 1450 Calle "P" Iglesia (El Cristol) Arr 1459 Via Porras C/62-E ( Car Wash) Arr 1452 Paraiso, Caja de Ahorros(Across) Arr 1503 CarrasQuilla, C/62-A & Ave IA-S Arr 1455 Las CuonTres: La Hacienda Restaurant Len 0645 CQ0McOcITIES SEVED: Paitlla -Code 59 -Code 30 Entrad Ce Lo s Caobos Dep 0647 P15 Paitilla: Via Israel & C/57 (Kodak Shack) Den 0720 C Entrada E La do Den 0649 Calle 50 & C/56 Dep 0723 E ntrada de Las Dep 0651 Clinica Paitilla BS main Den 0724 Canrc to Entrada Den 0653 Via Italia (HolidaY Inn) Den 0726 San ide #5 Entrada Den C655 Via Italia C/53A, 2d Entrance Den 0727 Los Andes #12 Entrada Soberano Dep 0658 Via Ital ia Edif Brisa Marina Den 0728 Los Andes I1 En t rada Den 0700 Via Itali!a Plaza Paitilla 84 Den 0730 Make torn at Lurias and proceed to: VP it ia BS Den 0734 Villa De Las Fuentes Ill Neotuno Bldg. Den 0720 El Cangrejo C/61A-0 Edifici Liliana Den 0734 Via El Fuente / Ace 23E -N C s 821 Dep 0725 DIABLD ELEvENTARY SQ-IDL Arr 0750 La Gloria, Ace 21C -N & C/ 75AC Den 0727 HIS DIABLO ELEcENTARITY SCOL Den 1355 La Ca Ae Paitilla:Calle 50 & C/56 Arr 1420 AVe 21E -N & C/ 76 (Buenos Aires) Den 0730 Via Israel & C/57 ( Kodak Snack) Arr 1422 Av 1 6(-,A~ 70 Clinica Paitilla -B S Mic Ar, 1 424 C / 76 & Ave 8E -N (Rio Janiero) Den 0732 Via ItalPa (Holiday Inn) Arr 1426 Ace 20F -N C / 78D iSalvador) Dep 0733 V a ta ia (Holid Ennc A 427 Ave 20F -N & 78E (Salvador) Dep 0735 Via Italia C/53A 2d Entrance Arr 1427 Ae 18G -N & Ave 18E -N (Janiero) Den 0737 Via ItallzaEditico Brisa Marina Arr 1429 Al to de Be tania: Via Italia Plaza Paitilla 81 Arr 1433 C / 75-0 & Ave 12D -N (Super / Klie) Dep 0740 P16 El Canqre o, C/61-0 Edici Liliana Arr 1438 C /74 & C / 15C -N Den 0743 Escuela IJA Dep 0711 CLR-DU ELEMENTARY SC-O_ Arr 0755 Bella VIsta: CLRLNJ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL De 1 355 Ace Cua & C/35 Den 0714 Villa De Las Fuentes #ll Neptuno Bldg. Arr 1415 Ave Csb a & C/ 27 Dep 07 4 Via El Fuente / Ace 23E -N Casa #21 Ac 14 7 Ave Aroseamena & C/27 Den 0715 LaGoiAe2C-N&C 5-OArr 1417 Ace. Arose-rena & 0/33C/38 Den 0717 La loria, Ace 21C -N & C/ 75AArr 1419 Ave Colontla & C/45 ( La Exitosa) Den 0718 Villa EresA Canto Alegre: Ave 21E -N & C / 76 )Beno, Airs) Arr 1421 Ave 5S 7C/49E Dep 0720 AC / E -N & C / 76 Arr 1424 C/49 (LLOYD'S BAN-C) Den 0721 C / 188 Sa v 2ador & C / 7 580 Salor Arr 1427 Ave 4A-S & Uruguay IBM Den 0722 Ace I"-N & Ace 210-N & C/75AAr 1430 El Cangrejo, Ave Manuel Batista (CALI) Dep 0728 Altos d e Be tan!ia Via Argentina: Ave 18G-N & Ave 12D-N (Super/KIlIn) Arr 1433 Calle 490 Den 0730 Los Andes 81 & 62 Entrance -Across Arr 1453 Einstein'Circle Ace 4-N DeP 0733 San Isid o Entrada A rr 1 455 EAsv nie AveN Ed B-N Dep03 S a G tr da Arr 145 5 A e 4-N C/F Edi t A e lia De p 0735 VIlla s lorglna Arr 458 VIa Argentina Banco General Dep 0740 Las Cu res s E DIABLO ELUcENTARY SCHOOL Arr 0750 Las Crabretas Entrance Arr 1459 P16 DIABLO ELBMENTARY SCHOOL Den 1355 Las G orietas.Entrance Arr 50l Perejil, Via Espana & C/39-0 Arr Calls .Entrance Arr 150o Escuela IJA Arr 1416 Los Canbo s Entrance Ar 1505 Bel~a Vis ta: La Hacienda Restaurant Arr 1406 P13 Ave E.T Lefreve (Mickey Mouse) Den 0645 Ave Cuba & 0/35 Arr 1418 Ave E.T Lefevre P/Br sas/C Dep 0648 Ave Arosenena & C/27 Arr 1420 EAe Aroserena &C/33 -C/38 Arr 1422 Calle Taller Tells Prez Den 0652 Ave Coloobtia & C/45 (La Exitosa) Arr 1424 Calle /9 Dep 0655 Carqo Alegre: RID ABAD: Ave 5S & C/49E Arr 1427 CalIe /19 Entrance Dep 0657 Calle 49 ( LLOYD'S BANK Arr 1430 Calle /16 Entrance Dep 0700 Ave 4A-S & Uruguay 18m Arr 1431 Calle /16 Church Den 0703 El Cangrejo, Ace. Manuel Batista (CALl) Arr 1435 Ace 68-N & c/13 Dep 0705 Via Argentina & C/49B Arr 1438 Ace 6B-N & C/11-1/2 Dep 0707 EInstein Circle -Ace 4B-N , Arr 1439 La Pulida Ace 4-N & C/9 Den 0709 Ace 48N, C/F Edif Amelia Arr 1440 C/9 &.Via EsIana Dep 0711 Via Argentina Banco General Arr 1442 C/9 & Via Espana Dep 2 P7 Chorrillo Limits Police Booth Bs Dep 0710 C/s & Via :ana Den 0712 Santa Ana Area, Chorrillo P-.0 DEP 0715 Las Sahana s 0714v.Ano IR 101 La Pradera & Via Espana Dep 0715 Calle B & Ace. Ancon (Refugi) DEn 0718 La Lona Cerento Panama Dep 0725 Residencia Ancon /RooseveltDen 0723 Vista Hennosa: Ancon Inn Calle *j BS Den 0727 Calle /64 & Ave 3A-N (M/Asiatico) Dea 0727 Ave. Naclonal ace. J.F. Dr La osa & C/26 Dep 0730 Calle /64 & 8C-N (School) Dep 0730 A Nac ona-C .31 Dec 0733 E nei:BalOa, En-lire St. Drrs. 819X -3709 Den 0740 El Ingenlo: Uaai Ace 12C-N (Bodega Francisco) Dep 0735 Balboa/Gavilan Area: Ace 12C-N ( Banco General) Den 0737 Qtrs. 1545 Dep 0744 DIABLO ELENENTARY SCHOL Arr 5075 Qtrs. 1525 Den 0745 P13 DIABLD EL VENTARY SC-OOL Dep 1355 Akee st. -Qtrs. 1517 Dep 0749 El Ingenio: Ansador Road (garage) 0900 Den 0751 Ace C (Banco ac sro)5 BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Arr 0755 Ace 2C(B ea francisco) A 47 KIDEROA EN P5 Residential Areas Served: Altos Del ChaseLoceria Vista Herreosa: Acn Calle /64 & Ave 8C-N Arr 1420 Alameda -Calidonla -Ancon Calle /64 & Ace 3A-N (M/Asjatico) Arr 1423 Chorrlllo LImits PolIce Booht BS Den 1000 La LonaCalle /66 Cemento Panama Arr 1426 Santa Ana Area, Chorrillo P.D. Den 1013 Par ue Letecre: Calle 8 & Ave .Ancon (Refugio) Dep 1016 Ace E.T Letevre (Micky Mause) Arr 1435 Residencla Ancon / Roosevelt -Ancon Inn Den 1023 Ave E.T. Lefevre P/Br isas/C Arr 1437 Ave. Nacional / Ave J.F. De La Ossa & C/26 Dep 1024 Santa Elena: Ave. Nacional / Ave J.F. De La Ossa C/31 Den 1025 Calle/E (Tello Perez) Arr 1442 Proceed -Via Hospital Santa Fe, Via Friendship Road Calle #9 Arr 1445 Altos Del Chase: Ace 3-S Logia Anocro Corner Arr 1447 Ace 238-N Dtrs. 64 Den 1038 Rio Abajo: Ave 238-N & C/72-0 Dep 1039 Calle /19 & Via Espana BS Arr 1500 Ave 238-N & C/73-0 Dep 1040 Calle /16 Entrance Arr 1502 Calle 74F-0 Qttrs 35 Den (041 Calle /16 Church Arr 1504 Calle 74F-0 Qtrs #42. Den 1042 Ave 68-N & C/13 Air 1507 Calle 74-0 & Ave 21-B Den 1043 Ace 68-N & C/ 11-1/2 Arr 1509 Calle 72 & Ave 2-BDep 1044 La Rosita, Ave La Pulida ,C/4 & C/9 Arr 1512 Dos Mares Area Playground BS Den 1046 Calle /9 & Via esnana Arr 1514 Las mercedes, C/68, Qt-s 71 & 90 Den 1048 CaIle /5 & VIa Esnana Arr 1516 La Alameda: Edificlo Altazor Den 1050 Las Sabanas, La Pradera & Via Espana Arr 1518 Entrance Df 0/18 -1/2 & 0/630-C Den 1052 PI4 Via Porras: Chalet #31 Den 1053 Villa Li lla Entrance Den 0650 Edificia Al lesandria Den 1054 Teatro Roosee t Den 0653 Via Soberania & Via Brazil #108-B Den 1058 Calle 72-E Den 0658 La Loceria, C/61-0 & Ave. 19A Dep 1059 Altos dcl Colf, Ave 3C-S & Via Porras Den 0700 Ancon / Frangipani St. Qtrs 435 -445 Dep 1106 Coco Del Mar: Ancon Herrick Rd. Qtrs 0202 & 0208 Den 109 Ace 3K-S A Cincuentenaric Den 0702 Ancon Carter's Place (Stairway) Den fill Calle 79A-E & Cincuentenario Den 0704 Ancon Manzanillo Place, Qtrs 513 & 524 Den 1113 San Francisco: BALBOA ELEMENTARY SD--O Arr 1120 Ace 3A-S & C/76 (Marriott) Den 0706 P17 BALBOA ELEMENTARY SCDOL Dep 1355 Calle 74 & C/50 Den 0708 Balboa / Enpire St. Qt s 819X -3209 Arr 1400 Calle 71 & 0/50 Den 0709 Gacllan Area 1545/1525/150l/1517 Arr 1405 Calie 67 & C/50 Den 0711 Anador ilad (Garage) #0900 Arr 1407 Calle 67 & Ave 38-S & 0/67-0/65E Den 0714 Chorrillo Limits Police Booht BS Arr 1415 Via Porras I Bahia Azul) Den 0715 P.D. Huer ta Sandocal -Refug1o Arr 1420 Via Porras & C/62A & Ave IA-S Dep 0713 Residencia Ancon Arr 1425 El Carmeo: Ancon Inn -Calle "J" Arr 1427 Via Porras Ave IC-N-C/Garcia Den 0721 Ave Nacional, C/26 -C/31 Arr 1429 Ave 3C-N Edificio Galimar Den 0723 P18 Bazar Pepe C/71 ( El Dorado ) Dep 0720 Via Brazil Clinica El carren Dep 0725 Tony Romne's Bldg C/71 (El Dorado) Den 0722 Via Brazil & Ave 6C-N Corner Den 0727 Dos mares, Playground (Bus Stop) DeP 0725 DIABLO ELENIENTARY SCHOOL Arr 0750 Las eercedes C/68C-0 Casa #71 Den 0727 Clayton Nursery PIckup Route lOIS-I I Las Mercedes C/68C-0 Casa #90 Dep 0728 Clayton Nursery Return Route 1315-1345 La alameda: Edificio Don Marco Dep 0732 Nursery bus service ns t terminate by 1345 Edificlo Altazor Den 0733 to permit arrival at Curundu ES prior to Calle 18-1/2 & C/63G-0 Den 0734 dismisal of classes Chalet # 3! P14 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Den 1355 Edic1o A lssndria (across) 3e1 0735 El Carmen: SobderaniaDep 0737 VIa Wrazi I & Clinica El Carmen Arr 1415 Brazil Chalet 08B (BS) Den 0740 Ave 3C-N Galimar Edif Across A1417 ia BALBOA ELENTARY S1-o8L A 0750 Ave IC-N & Via Ponras, Clin1ica Carcias Arr 1419 BALBOA ELEMENTARY S-reL Dr 0355 an F'rancisco: BALBO ELCNT/ SI -O De 1355 Via Lisca .Via Porras Entrance Amt 1425 Bazar Pepe 0/71 (el Dorado) Arr 1408 Via Ponnan Teatno Roosenelt Ar 1428 Tony Rasa's Bldg. C/7l (El Dorodo) Ar 1410 Via Porras 0/72-E Air 1430 Dos Mares, Playground (8S) Arr 141 Al Lns del Dolt, Ave 3C-S & Via Pornas Ann 1432 Las Mercedes C/68C-0 Casa #9i71 Arr 141 Ccd Dei Mar: Las mercedes 0/680-0 Casa 890 Arr Ace 3K-S & Cincuentenanio Ann 1435 Continued on Page 19

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1 Tropic Times 0 Aug. 18, 1989 NAF now hiring for accounting position COROZAL (USARSO CPO1. Promotion from among current applicants who submit DA Form attach a copy of their last DA Form NAF) -Those eligible to apply for Department of the Army NAF 3433, Application for Non3434, Notification of Personnel Nonappropriated Fund positions employees; appropriated Fund Employment, in Action, to be eligible to compete for include family members of active 2. Re-employment of a NAF response to position vacancy In Service announcements. Only duty military and DOD Civilians employee from the NAF priority list announcements listed on NAF reinstatement eligibles and current assigned to Panama, off-duty resulting from a Reduction in Force; Promotion Bulletin and Vacancy employees of the Department of the military and the local civilian 3. Reinstatement of a DOD NAF Listings. Army Nonappropriated Fund population. employee whose separation was not Applicants for all positions must Instrumentalities may compete for In Family members must present the for cause; submit a completed DA Form 3433 Service announcements. bilingual ID card issued by U.S. 4. Re-employment of former NAF to apply for each position vacancy Applications for the following Forces. Off-duty military must employees; for which they wish to be considered. vacancy must be turned in to obtain a letter of permission from 5. Appointment from among Reinstatement eligibles should CPO/NAF, Building 560, Corozal, individual unit commanders with by 4 p.m. on the closing date of the concurrence from the Staff Judge 33rd E schedules events vacancy listed below. For more Advocate. Panamanian citizens must 6 E schedules information on the Promotion present their cedula and local HOWARD AFB (24TH COMPWAlso, the 6933rd ESS will sponsor Bulletin and Vacancy Listings, you civilians who are not Panamanian PA) -The 6933rd Electronic a Labor Day Showdown to include a may call 285-5749/5203 or visit the citizens must present documents Security Squadron will host their 10K, 5K and 1K race. The races start CPO/NAF Division. CPO/NAF is reflecting authorization to reside in Fourth Anniversary Party at 6 p.m., at 7 a.m., Sept. 2, at the Howard closed to the public on Wednesdays. the Republic of Panama such as a Sept. 30, at the Rodman Officers' parade grounds. NM-0510-09, Operating AcWork Permit or Temporary Visitors' Club. Interested people can obtain countant, $11.43 per hour, Regular Permit. Former members of the Electronic registration forms at all gymnasiums Full Time, DPCA, CFA, Central NAF positions are filled by the Security Command and Air Force in Panama. For more information on Accounting Office, Fort Clayton. following methods, in accordance Security Service as well as friends of the above events, call SSgt. Donald (One Vacancy). Announcement with AR 215-3: the 6933rd ESS are invited to attend. Winner at 284-5118. closes August 24. 0 4 .Skill In analyzing program requirements & identyfing adjustments needed to CPO position vacancies orll ab Icwitng I. Abilityp to connunlcate orally and in wrIting. SUPRY INFO SYSTEMS MGMT SPEC. 519-89 -1 YR NM-13 Who can submit applications for permanent positions: Current civilian M30 4 NM-13 employees of: the U.S. Army South and the Army serviced activities, U.S. LL09TH PLANS, POLICY & PROJECTS DIViSION Government agencies in the Panama Canal area, qualified reinstatements SENSITIVE COROZAL, PANAMA eligibles (those persons who previously have worked for the U.S. JOB RELATED CRITERIA: government on a permanent basis), U.S. government employees in the 1. Knowledge of Automation and Telecommunication Systems and procedures. Panamaareainaleavewithoutpaystatus.Candidateswithapplicationsin 2. Knowledge of Enfo natlo systems, concepts, doctrine, methods, practices, the CPO applicant supply file will be considered for appropriate vacancies. '. Abiit .an, dlr,,,, coordinate, implement and provide policy guidance Who can submit applications for temporary vacancies: For clerical for a broad-based nulti-faceted organization. positions -only those applicants who have taken the appropriate 4. Ability to ,upervixe an organization and implement sound personnel aoete PRODUCTION CONTROLLER, 521-89 N/A S YE. S/A examination and have notice of rating. For positions, usually abveth _PDCTONCOTRLLR,52-8_NA__Y._/ NM-05 level, non-clerical applicants need have taken an examination. For NM-1152-05 DEVELOPMENTAL 0? EQIV sensitive position requiring security clearance, applications will be 41ST AREA SPPSRT IROUP TO NM-i SOM, MAINT DIVISION accepted from U.S. citizens. COROZAL, PANAMA How to apply: Applicants must submit application to the Civilian JOB RELATES CRITERIA d Personnel Office, Building 560, Room 306, Corozal, by the close of 2. Ability to plan, net priorities and organize work. business on the closing date of the announcement. Employees located in 3. Knowledge of support maintenance systems and operations. the Atlanticcommunitymustsubmitapplicationstothe CivilianPersonnel AD Ability to comunicate orally and in writing. representative at Ft. Davis, by 4 p.m. on Tuesday of the closing date of the ML-440 2-9 AS MG . announcement. 1O9TH US ARMY SIC BDE, 4402-9 The following must be submitted by all interested applicants: 1. PRINTING PLANT COROZAL, PANAMA Standard Form 171, Personnal Qualification Statement. 2. Standard JOB RELATED CRITERIA: Form 50, Notification ofPersonnel Action showing your current status. 3. COMPUTER CLERK(TYP) NM-335-4 525-89 1 -N/A USARSO Form 106, application for consideration or, in lieu ofUSARSO DATACONS AT ON BRANCH Form 106 -you may submit: A. a current or your latest performance SENSITIVE appraisal, and B. your supplement qualifications addressing knowledges, COROZAL, PANAMA JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE. skills and abilities (KSAs) described under job related criteria in this COMMUNICATIONS CLERK, NM-394-05 526-89 -1 YR. N/A announcement. The information provided in the SF-171 is used for 109TH USA SlG BDE EQUIV qualifications determination only. The information you provide on the job SENSITIVE related criteria determines if you are highly qualified and ultimately COROZAL, PANAMA referred for consideration to the selecting official. Remember: in job BREATED PCRITRIA: NONE. 2-Y -9 related criteria tell what, when, where, how, how long and with what results PUBLICATIONS MGMT SPEC, NM-301-11 EQUIV TO you acquired the knowledge, skill, or ability. USARSO, ODCSIM, BLD 95,(SENSITIVE) NM-9 PT. CLAYOTM, PANAMA Method of evaluation: Ranking of eligible candidates to determine the JOB RELATED CRITERIA: best qualified will be accomplished by comparing each candidate's 1. Knowledge of information management technology for printing, publications knowledge, skills, and abilities with the job related criteria below. and forms systems management. 2. Knowledge of information sources, general agency guidance, and Supervisory appraisals, experience past performance, training and awards publications in developing poli cy and procedures. will be considered in the rating and ranking process. Note: only 3. Skill in oral and written communication. 4. Ability to suepervise. information provided in SF 171, USARSO 106 or appraisal andjob related PSYCHIATRIC NURSING ASST, 528-89 -1 YR. NA criteria will be used. N-121-05 EQUIV Other considerations: positions are subject to priority referrals and USA MEDDAC PANAMA TO NM-4 reemployment priority lists. Consideration of candidates for repromotion GORASARMY NOSPITAL will precede efforts to fill the position by competitive procedures. All PSYCHIATRIC WARD (SHIFT WORK) qualified applicants will received consideration without regard to race, ANCON, PANAMA I JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE. religion, color, national origin, marital status, non-disqualifying handicap, NURSING ASSISTANT, N-621-05 529-89 -1 YR. N/A age, sex, political affiliations or other non-merit factors. Additional USA MEDDAC EQUIV. information on vacancies is available at the Civilian Personnel Office on DEPROAF SRGERY UOLOGY SERVICENMcorresponding announcement. Call 285-5201/6954. ANCON, PANAMA PERMANENT POSITIONS VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT EXP REQ TIME-IN-GRADE JO RELATED CRITERIA: NONE. AND LOCATION OPEN CLOSE DATE GEN SPEC 1 YR AT: POSITION C -LASSIPICATION 530-89 1 YR. -9 08-18-89 08-28-88 SPECIALIST, NM-221-11 EQUIV EQUAL EMPLOYM-NT SPECIALIST 515-89 N/A 1 YR NM-? COMMUNITY OPERATIONS AGENCY TO NM-9 NM 0-0OY AT NMDIRECTORATE OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL DCSPER, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICE POSITION MGMT & CLASSIFICATION DIVISION FT. CLAYTON, PANAMA BLDG 560, COROZAL JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE. JOB RELATED CRITERIA; SUPVRY CUSTOMS INSPECTOR 516-89 -I NM-8 1. Knowledge of position classification policies, job standards and job NM-1890-9 evaluation. NPC CUSTOMS DIVISION 2. Knowledge of position managementt and classification cnnceptsw and BLDG. 39-C, PIER 18, techniques. SENSITIVE 3. Ability to analyze. BALBOA, PANAMA 4. Ability to communicate in writing. JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE. AUDITOR, NM-511-09 531-89 4 2 NM-7 INFORMATION SYSTEMS MGOT 518-89 -1 YR NM-9 SENSITIVE SPECIALIST, N-301-11 AT NM-9 4lST, INTERNAL REVIEW OFFICE, 1109TH PLANS & PROJECTS FT. CLAYTON, PANAMA CORDZAL, PANAMA JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE SENSITIVE AUDITOR, NM-511-lI 532-89 4 3 NM-9 JOB RELATED CRITERIA: 1. SENSITIVE Knowledge of communication systems 6 procedures .41ST ASG, INTERNAL REVIEW OFFICE, 2. Knowledge of automation systems B procedures. FT. CLAYTON, PANAMA 3. Ability Z develop, organize and plan diversified information management JOB RELATED CRITERIA: NONE L_ projects. NO)TE: NiH:499-89 SHOULD READ 3 VACANCIES.

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 1 S/M El Basque Ar r 1428 Continued from Page 17 S.7a E .I (entrance) r 1 2 La Alaneda: Linda vista (entrance) Arr 1433 Edi icio Don Marco Arr 1419 Santa Maria (main BS) Arr 1434 Edificlo Altazor Arr 420 Villa de Las Fuentes #2 (entrance) Arr 1435 Caile 18-1/2 & C63G-0 Arr 1421 1X-44NITiES SERVED: Las Curntrres, San Isidro, Los Andes, El Bosque, Chalet #31 Arr 1422 Linda Vista, Villa de La Fuentes, #1, La Gloria, Altos de Bethania Edificio Allessandria (across) Arr 1423 Caceres Soberania Via Brazil Chalet 1080 ( BS ) Arr 1427 P31 Las Curnres: Dan COcMt.ITIES SERVED: El Dorado, Betania, Los Angeles, Loma La Pava Restaurante, La Hacienda De 0625 P19 El Dorado: Los Caobos Dep 0627 C/71, Restaurante Henry Dep 0720 C/5 BS Malboro Dep 0628 Ave. 148-N & C/71 Dep 0722 Las Glorietas/Via Zaita Lions Club Dep 0630 Ave. 14B-N & C/72 De0 0723 San isidm (entrance) Dep 0634 Ave. 148-N & C/73 De1 0724 Los Andes o2 Dep 0638 Betania Camino Real: El Bosque Entrance Den 0640 Calle 71-0 (Gags) Dep 0726 Linda Vista (entrance) Dep 0642 Caliv 68 (Teatro) Dep 0731 USMA University (Main Bs) Dep 0643 Betania / Corrmny Dep 0732 CACERES: Ave 88-N Dep 0733 Ave, 20D-N & Ave.'2C-N Dep 0648 Los Angeles: Ace, 12C-N & ave B8E Dep 0650 Ace. 8A-N & C/64-0 Dep 0734 Ave, La Paz /Frm Colombisia Dep 0653 Ave. 8A-N & C/63/A-0 Dep 0735 ALTOS DE BETHANIA: Ave. 8A-N & C/62C-0 Dep 0736 C/75-0 Lavanderla Super/Klin Dep 0700 Calle 62-0 & Ave 7-N Dep 0737 C/74 & Ccliv i5C-N Dep 0703 Via Brazil & Ace. IDA Grocery Store Dep 0740 Villa de Las Fuentes #1 CLRL'DUJ ELEMENTARY SO-COL .Arr 0755 C/74-0 & Ave 22C-N Dep 0705 KINDERGARTEN: CCMJvNITIES SERVED: D-INIS, JUAN DIAZ,TOOUvEN CLL.u JLNICR HICD So-crL Arr 0720 SAN MIGUELITO, CACERES, REPARTO O-IANIS BALBOA HID-i SCHOOL Arr 0730 P2 Reparto Chani s P40 Marbella Apts. C/56 & C/50 Del 0700 Santa Rosa /A-3C-S Dep 009 Paltilla: Via Italia C/53A -E Rest Bronco Dep 1010 Condimini rn Soneta Des 0705 Jardin Olinpico Edifici A Dep 1015 Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720 Santa Clara & Alcibiades Arosernena Dep 1020 Balboa High School Arr 0730 La Pulida Entrance Dep 1023 P40 Balboa High School Des 1430 Villa Guadalupe: Curundu Junior High School Arr 1445 Calle A & Circunvalacion Dep 1027 Marbella Ants. C/56 & C/50 Arr 1500 Calle N & Circunvalacion Dep 1028 Paitilla: Via italla C/53A -E Caile P Iglesia El Cristo Des 1030 Condaminiun Soneta Arr 1505 Parai so Caja De Ahorros (across) Dep 1032 P33 ii de Octubre / Delta Gas Sta. Des 0630 El Dorado: 11 de Octubre & A 3 -N Des 0631 C/71 (restaurante Henry) Des 1040 Rio Abajo / Calle 16 & Via Espana Dep 0633 C/71 & Ave.148-N De 1041 Santa Elena, S / M La China Des 0638 C/72 & ave. 14B-N Des 1042 Santa Elena, Calle 9 Dep 0640 C/73 & Ave. 148-N Dep 1043 Parque Lefevre, C / 8 & Via Espana Dep 0643 Villa Dv Las Fuentes #1: Rio Abajo, Via Espana & C /4 Des 0647 Edi c 0 Neptuno Dep l045 Las Sabanas; La Pradera BS Des 0647 Ave. 23E-N (Via Big Fountain/Qtrs 21 Dep 1050 Hato Pintado: La Gloria: Ave. 21C-N & C/75A-0 Dep 1052 Via Espana & Calle 79 -0 Dep 0651 Villa Caceres: Ave. 21E-N & C/76 Des 1053 C/ 79 0 & Ace 3N Den 0652 Buenos ArsAve lB6 N Edificlo Nestle Des 0653 C/76 &Ac e 18E-N (Rio de Janeiro) De 1055 C / 66 La Loma -Almacen Cemento Panama Des 0655 C/78E Salvador & C/78D Salvador De. 1057 Vista Hermosa, C / 64 & Ave 3N Dep 0700 Ave. 18G-N &Ae. 18E-N Dep 1059 Vista Hermosa, C / 64 & 8C -N Des 0705 Altos de Betania C/75-0 &ave 12D-N Dep 1102 Curundu Junior High School Arr 0720 (Super Klin) Balboa High School Arr 0730 Petania Camino Real: P33 Balboa High School Des 1430 C/71 (GAGO) Des 1105 Curundu Junior High School Dep 1440 C/68 (SAVOY) Dep :06 Vist Hermnsa School, C / 64 & Ave 8C -N Arr 1500 Betania Co-my Den 107 VIsta Hermosa, C / 54 & Ace 3A -N Ar r 1503 A-8B-N Des 1108 La Lomra, C / 66 Alracen Cermento Panama Arr 1505 Ave. 8A-N & C/64 Den 1110 La Lona, Ave IB -N Edificio Nestle Arr .l507 Ace. 8A-N & C/63A-0 Des liH. ts Pintado: A ve. BA-N & C/62C-0 Des 1112 Ave 3N & C / 79 -0 Arr 1506 0/42-0 8& Ave. 7-N Dep 1113 A3 -N & 11 de Octubre Arr 1510 Via Brazil & Ave. 10A Des illS Rio Abajo, C ./ 4 & Via Espana / Across Arr 1514 CLRLNYU ELOENTARY SCHiCCL Arr 1120 Rio Abajo, C / 8 & Via Espana Arr 1516 P19 CLLNtJ ELEMENTARY SO-CO_ Dep 1413 RiotAbajo , C /C16 & Via Esana Arr 1518 El Dorado: Santa Elena & C / 9 Arr 1529 0/ 71 Restaurante Henry At 114 Sant Elena & S / M La China Atr 1520 Ac7 14s-N & H/7 n Arr 1415 Ide Octubre / Delta Gas Station Art 1526 Ave. l4B-N & 0/72 Atr 1 6 COM.NITIES SERVED: Reparto Chanis, Juan Diaz Area, Tocuren H.y Ave. 148-N & /73 Ar 1417 San Min::elltO / Par.also an. Car-N no R/ealA:1 P32 Restaurante Maya Dep 0630 0tania Caman Real: 11 Reparto Chanls: Den C/71 GAGO Art 1429 S / M Gags Des 0645 C/68 AoY Art 12 -Restaurante Bronco Dey 0647 Betania Comy Art 1422 Jardin Dlimpco / Hipodroro Edif lio A & F Den 0652 L As Ageles: La Pullda (Entrance) Ave. 8A-N & C/64 Art 1423 Via Tocruren & Santa Clara Entrance Dep 0655 Ave ..A-N 0C/63 Art 1424 VIlla Guadalupe: Ave. 7-N & C/620-0 Art 425 Calle C / A -C / C -C / M Dep 0703 Bra & C -A (S/MI A 428 Pat al so , Ccjv Dv Ahorro (Across) Dep 0705 Cu alb Hgh Sool Arr 0720 CM NITIES SERVED: Hato Pintro -barrio La LoDea tCamo Alegre ,07buHgh School A10 0730 P20 1 de Octube. Estacon Delta Dey 0710 P32 Balboa High School Dep 1430 1 deaEstacion Shel I -Des 0712 Curundu Junior High School Dep 1440 Ha. cpnt ado, C /79 & Ave. -N .Dep 07 5 San MIguell to: LaLo: Ace I-EN (Edift ii Nestle) Den 0717SnMgeio La L _R E: c Paraiso / Caja dv Ahorro Art 1505 SaBMe Lewis, C/S6 Des 0726 Guadalupe: Sarruei Lewis, C/57 Dep 0727 C / M -C / C -C / A Arr 1506 Samuel Lewis, C/6IA Des 0728 Reparto Chanis: CAmuO ALEwIE, Super / Market Gags Arr 1510 Center Cultural Claret De 0729 Restaurante Bronco Arr 1512 SCntBnk ( ac Crss Dep 0730 Jardin OlirrIco / Hipodromo Edif. A. & F. Arr 1517 DAnB n EL (NAcss eArt 0750 Santa Clara & Ave Arosemena Arr 1520 DIABLO ELENEiTARY SO-COL De7 55 La Pulida Arr 1525 P20 DIABLO ELEMENTARY SCOOL Dan .1355 ii de Octubre .Estaclon Delta Art 1415 P34 Paitilsa: ii de Octubre Estacion Shell Art 1417 C'1n5cA -Via Israel, Kodak / Shack Dep 0650 Hato PintadO, 0/79 & Ave. 3C-N Art 1420 ia Paltillay In (Side) Dep 0654 La Loema. Ave LB-N (Edi iis Nestle) Arr 1422 Via Italia Holiday in (ide) Des 0654 OBARRI10 Via it.ai Edificlo BrIsa Marimna Dep 0658 Sae LVia Italia Edificlo Russo Dep 0700 Samuel Lewis, 0/57 Arr 1432 Curundu Junior High School Samuel Lewis, C/61A Arr 1434 4 Balboa High School Des 1430 CAIRO ALE C/: Curundu Junior High Schoo Dep 1445 Centro Cultural Claret Art 1436 Old Curundu Post Office Bldg. Sanwa Bank (across) Arr 1438 C / 57A -Via Israel Kodak / Shack Art I5 l P21 Club de Montana (entrance) Dep 0725 ClInica Paitilla / Via Israel BS Arr El soue: Via Italia Holiday Inn (Side) Art 1514 tto 66 Dep 0728 Via italia Edi n do Brisa Marina Art 1518 Dtts 33B Dep 0731 Via itala Edi ic o Russo Arr 1520 1tts IA Des 0732 P38 El Dorado, C / 74 & Ace 14 -N Momi's Dep 0640 Qtrs 2A De 0733 VI Ila de las Fuentes #1 Ave 22C -N Qtrs 21G Des 0642 S/M El Bosque Des 0734 La Gloria, C / 75 -0 & Ave 21C -N Dep 0643 Sara Sotillo (entrance) DeP 0736 La Gloria, C / 75D -0 & Ave 17C Des 0644 Linda Vista (entrance) Dep 0737 Altos dv Betanla: Santa Maria Main BS Dep 0739 C / 74 -0 & C / 16C -N Dep 0645 Villa de Las Fuentes #2 (entrance) Dep 0740 C / 74 & C / 75D -O & Ave 17C Dan 0646 BALBOA EULENTARY SCOOL Dep 0755 Betania: C / 71 -0 & Camino Real 081 0648 KINDERGARTEN P6 Club de Montanas (entrance) ---Des 1050 C / 68 -0 & Camino Real Dap 0649 El Bosque : Ave 8A -N & Camino Real Dep 06514 Qtr 66 Dep 1053 Ave 8A -N & C/ 65 Qtrs 338 Dep 1054 Los Angeles: Dep 0656 Otrs 15A Dep 1055 Ave 7 -N & C / 63 -0 Des 0657 Qtrs 2A Dep 1056 Ave 7 -N & C / 62 -i Dep 0702 S/M El Bosques Dep 1057 Via Brazil & Ave IDA (Shop) De 072 Linda Vista (entrance) DEp 1059 Curundu Junior High School Art 0730 Santa Maria (main BS) Den 1103 Balboa High School Villa de Las Fuentes #2 Dep 1105 P21 BALBOA ELEMENTARY SD-L Dd DODDS School Bus Routes -Atlantic Club de Monitana (entrance) Arr 142U CT OT&/M T El Booque: ROUTE LrnAT I ON DEP /AS TINE c~lBosue:Dop 0645 Otto 66 Art 1422 081 Ft. 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20 Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 sports Drees pitches third no-hitter of season against Las Vegas VANCOUVER, British Columbia game ofadoubleheader in the Pacific hitters in a year. He beat Calgary 1-0 major leagues. Larry Himes, the (AP) -Tom Drees pitched his third Coast League. in nine innings on May 23 and general manager of the White Sox, no-hitter of the season for Class Drees, playing for the top farm pitched a seven-inning no-hitter in was in attendance as the left-handed AAA Vancouver, leading the team of the Chicago White Sox, his next start, defeating Edmonton Drees raised his record to 11-10. Canadians over Las Vegas 5-0 became the first pitcher in the PCL or 7-0 on May 28. "It's a great feeling," Drees said. Wednesday in a seven-inning, first the major leagues with three noDrees, 26, has never pitched in the "After the first two, this season kind of took a downward turn for me. I Turkey Bowl 1989 needs participants just haven't been pitching that well. Turk y B wl 1989need paticiant Now with this game, hopefully I will be able to finish the season strong." HOWARD AFB (24 COMPW The Army, Navy, Marines and Air Women interested in joining the Drees was drafted by the White Sox PA) --'That time of year' in Panama Force get together for a little friendly track team need to call Capt. Janice in 1985 and is in his fifth season in is fast approaching .yes, Turkey competition on the track and Milton at 284-4949, and men Chicago's organization. He is 41-41 Bowl '89 is coming up. If the Air football field. wanting to join the team, should call lifetime in his professional career. Force is going to continue their .The Air Force has ruffled the Capt. Joe Dhillon at 284-3052. winning ways, the time to act is now. feathers of her sisters for the past two In addition, an Air Force Turkey "We had a lot of our important Bowl plans are being made and years and is expected to continue the Bowl cheerleader squad is forming. people at this game," Canadians support is needed. tradition in 1989. .Enlisted members, spouses and manager Mar Foley said. 'These For those of you new to Panama, Individuals interested in people are here to decide who goes up Turkey Bowl is the 'Olympics and participating in the biggest event of seniors in high school are eligible. to the majors at the end of the season Super Bowl' event of the year for the the year, should contact the For more information, call SSgt. and who doesn't. Tommy really gave military. following people. Diane Brooks at 284-3453/5070them a treat." Sports Shorts Annual 10-miler Onll the first 6 teams to sign up Bowling Tourney To be eligible to participate as a .i or men's vollcybl call participate. member of the United States Army Actic doty personnel are eligible to FORT ESPINAR (USARSO PAO) South men's team you must be active conducting qualifying sessions to play. An organizational meeting will -Fort Espinar Bowling Center will duty Army, permanently assigned to select a team for the 5th Annual he held Aug. 30 it 6 p.m. in have a no tap bowling tournament a USARSO organization or the U.S. Army 10-Miler road race to be held Mararita R oom 15. Call the sports Sunday at 2 p.m. All holders of valid Army Element, HeadquaTters in Washington, D.C. in October. ofIice Lit 289-400-1 4112 or d tails. PCC, DOD and military Southern Command. Participants Five-mile road races will be held identification cards are eligible to must not have a permanent change of Saturday at Reeder Physical Fitness Youth soccer participate in bowling center station date earlier than Oct. 16. For Center and Sunday at Fort Davis. The 1989 Fall Soccer season will activities, more information call 287-5618. both begin at 6:30 a.m. The top 12 start Sept. 30, and youth ages 6 to 18 Yotiths ages eight to 18 can sign up tishers u ach iefngt will advance can register now until Sept. 2 at the now for the youth activities winter Over-30 basketball tothe f inals qualify foing ace Sept. 17. Howard/Albrook Youth Centers. bowling league will be held next The Howard Sports and Fitness For info call 287-4050. Hours of registration are 10 a.m. to 6 month on Friday afternoons. Sign Center is now accepting registrations Football Officials p.m., Monday through Friday, and ups are also underway for the adult for the over-30 basketball league. Saturday from I to 5 p.m. winter league which will take place Sign-ups will be limited to the first Footballofficialstare neededfo 989 A current physical exam is next month Monday nights, 120 players. PCC Training Center 6:3 p.m. Fo required foreachparticipant priorto Wednesday nights and Friday To be eligible for the league, all more info rmatrion ci Carl registering for the sport. mornings. players must be over 30 years old by Anderson 252-7952 ext 42 (days) oir Youths signing up to play soccer A king and queen tournament the league start date and must be an 252-67dees nigx ( s for the first time will have the chance starts each Saiturday at 5:30 p.m. The Air Force member working or living 52-6476 (evenings). to attend a soccer skills evaluation man and wx oman with the highest on Howard, Albrook or Fort Kobbe. Flag football from 1 to 2 p.m., Sept. 2, at the averages win piizes. Ascratch double A players draft will be conducted Company level Flag Football Howard Parade Field and Albrook's b o w I i n g i o o n li g h t n 0 t a p Sept. 1. The first eight individuals registiny geteray Monbay. Beam Stadium from 3 to 4 p.m. tournament will be held Sept. I at 7 who sign up as a coach will draft registration gets underway Monday. Team selections will follow the p.m. To sign tIp for tournaments stop players for his team. Team fees will Pacific participants should see their evaluation. For more information by the center in Building 221 or call be required. For more information, sports coordinator. about youth sports programs, call 289-4100. call 284-3451. Atlantic community sign-ups will Vince Duncan at 286-3618/3195. continue through Aug. 28. Call Coaches are also needed for the Powerlifting tourney youth soccer program. Time's running out! The Applications are being accepted Powerlifting Tournament will be Women's softball now at the youth centers. A coaches held Aug. 26, don't delay to register. The Atlantic CRD Sports Office clinic and organizational meeting The competition features I 1 reminds everyone that registration will be held at 6 p.m., Aug. 30, at the categories for men and ten for for Women's Softball and Men's Albrook Youth Center. women. 9 e. Volleyball will concludeAug. 28. An organizational meeting will be Space is open to the first eight and Soccer training camp held Saturday at 4 p.m. at the CRD 16 teams registering, for the The Air Force Sports Program is Sports office in Building 154, Fort respective events. Stop by the currently seeking active duty military Clayton. For information call . Margarita complex or call 289-4002. to participate in the Air Force Soccer 287-4050. B o w 1 e r s W a n t e d Training Camp, Oct. 21 through The Monday night COSMOS Labor Day Tourne y Nov. 6, at McGuire AFB, N.J. g Bicycle rac MIXED Bowling League is forming The Armed Forces Soccer If you enjoy bicycling, there's a for the Winter 1989-90 Season. The FORT DAVIS (USARSO PAO) -Championship will be hosted, Nov.7 race Saturday .league will begin the season Sept. I 1 Flag football, women's softball and through 15, by Fort Gordon, Ga. The 25-mile event will begin at 7 at the Curundu Lanes at 6 p.m. men's volleyball registration for the Interested Air Force active duty a.m. at Ocean Breeze Center, Fort Singles or couples are welcome. For Labor Day sports tournlamenltS Sept , members must submit an Air Force Sherman. There are categories for more information, call the Curundu 2-4. continues thri Aug. 28. Only the Form 303 to the Howard Sports and male and female military, and male Lanes, 286-3914 or Ty Erickson 252first 12 teams to sign up can Fitness Center no later than Sept. 15. and female civilians. Trophies will be 1218. participate in flag foot ball. All active For more information, call 284-3451. awarded to first place winners. Shorter h sters duty personnel are eligible to Call 289-6282. Sh re oopst participate. Labor Day sports Registration for a 5-feet-10-inchFor registration and additional Registration for Labor Day sports Annual race and-under basketball league will information call 289-4002 4112. An activitiescontinue at Reeder Physical A qualifying run for the 5th begin at the CRD Sports Branch in organizational meeting will be held Fitness Center, Fort Clayton. Annual Army 10-Miler road race to Building 154, Fort Clayton. Aug. 30 at 5 p.m. for flag football in Racquetball players are invited to be held Oct. 15 in Washington D.C. For info contact Mrs. Ball at Margarita complex Room 15. sign up for a "Doubles Tourney" to will be held in the Atlantic 287-4050. Women's softball double be held Sept. 2-4. The event will community Sunday at 6:30 a.m. elimination will take the first eight include categories for men, women, The five-mile qualifying run will Coaches needed teams. All aCtive duty personnel and and co-ed competition. begin at Fronius Gymnasium, The Pacific youth football fa mily iemt bers, ,O) and PCC Space is open to eight teams in proceed to Dock 45 and return to the program is seeking volunteers to w o r k e r s a re el i 1 I e.A n each category. gym. The top 12 finishers will coach the various teams. Persons organii'ational meeting x\ill be held A"Men's Basketball Tournament" advance to the final 10-mile interested in helping may call Mr. Alig. 30 at 5:30 p. \Iargariia will also be held, with space for 16 qualifying race to be held Sept. 17 at Fultz at 287-3252 or Mr. Purvis at Room I). teams. Stop by or call 287-3861. Howard Air Force Base. 287-5963.

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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 21 Kingdom reigns supreme in 110-meter hurdles ZURICH, Switzerland (AP) -hugged Kingdom after his record last year's Zurich meet, won in 44.31, Reynolds, the Olympic silver Two-time Olympic champion Roger performance. his fastest time of the year and just off medalist, edged bronze medalist Kingdom set a world record of 12.92 "This is the toughest field I've ever the 1989 world best of 44.27 by fellow Danny Everett, who was timed in seconds in the 110-meter high hurdles faced," said Kingdom, 26, who American Antonio Pettigrew. 44.36. Wednesday, knocking oneleaped in the air after seeing his time. hundredth of a second off the mark "Nehemiah was my idol. I held by Renaldo Nehemiah. followed him through high school Kingdom got a good start on the and hated it when he went to play hot, muggy evening and moved to the football." Carl Lewis and Butch front of the star-studded field at the third hurdle at the Weltklasse track 'T .. and field meet. his is the toughest The previous record of 12.93 had been set on the same Letzigrund fie faced' track on Aug. 19, 1981, by id I've ever Nehemiah, who later became a wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers before returning to track in 1986. Reynolds, the top performers at last Nehemiah had been scheduled to year's meet, also won again make his first appearance in several Wednesday. years at the Zurich meet Wednesday, Lewis, who beat world recordbut withdrew when organizers holder Ben Johnson of Canada last refused to meet his appearance fee year in a celebrated race in which demands. each reportedly received $250,000, "I never thought it would happen, took the 100-meter dash in 10.09, but I'm glad it did," Kingdom said. beating fellow Americans Dennis "I'm glad I put the start together Mitchell (10.14), 1989 U.S. with the finish. I was second or third champion Leroy Burrell (10.19) and out of the blocks, and after the third Andre Cason (also 10.19). hurdle I made sure no one caught Britian's Linford Christie, the 1988 me." Olympic silver medalist Colin Olympic silver medalist following the Jackson of Britain led early before disqualification of Johnson and the finishing second in 13.12, only oneplacing of Lewis from second to first hundredth of a second off his after the Canadian tested positive for European record. steroids, finished fifth in 10.23. Tonie Campbell, the bronze "I'm still some short of my best, medalist at the 1988 Olympics, was since this is only my fourth or fifth third in 13.23. Two-time world 100-meter race of the year," said champion Greg Foster finished fifth Lewis, the American record-holder in 13.26, just behind fellow American at 9.92, his time in winning his second Jack Pierce, timed in 13.24. Foster, straight Olympic title last year. Roger Kingdom broke the previous world record of.12.93 seconds in the 110who is coming back this season from Reynolds, who set the world meter high hurdles. Heseta new world record with a time of12.92 seconds. (AP breaking an arm a second time, record of 43.29 for the 400 meters in Laserphoto) Ruddock accepts million-dollar bout with Tyson NEW YORK (AP) -Razor heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, world championship. sometime in October." Wednesday, Ruddock, ranked second by the a spokesman for promoter Don King Braverman said Tyson "probably Cayton said he also approved of World Boxing Council, has accepted said Wednesday. has no preference who he fights first. Ruddock -with high recommendaa million-dollar offer to fight Ruddock, a Canadian by way of Whoever they come with, he wants to tions. Jamaica, will meet Tyson either in knock down." "Razor Ruddock is on his way to Baseball Standings October or two or three months later, Earlier this week, Tyson's becoming the second-best fighter in Ains of A st 17 etalhaveanot been finalized, estranged manager, Bill Cayton, who the world, if he's not there yet," Ak of E RICAN butails B avema ten idhed, must approve all opponents for the Cayton said. "He's improving every AM ERICAN but Braverman said the bout champion, said he had "no fight. He's definitely a viable East Division probably would be held at Las Vegas problems" with either Douglas or opponent." W L Pet. Gi or Atlantic City, N.J. Dokes as the next opponent. However, Cayton said if the atiie 625 .21-"I can safely say $1 million orHoerCynsadith Baltimore 62 57 .521 better," Braverman said. "I've given approval for both, but I decision was his, he would not have Toronto 61 59 .508 1 1/2 Braverman also said that Tyson, thought Dokes was going to be first Tyson fight Ruddock this year. Milwaukee 62 60 .508 1 1/2 37-0 with 33 knockouts, would fight Cleveland 58 62 .483 4 1/2 either Ruddock or James "Buster" Boston 57 61 .483 4 1/2 Douglas, "then should he get the one, G astineau p wonders boxing New York 55 65 .458 7 1/2 he would meet the other," also at Las Detroit 44 76 .367 18 1/2 Vegas or Atlantic City, in December VANCOUVER, British boxing ring. Offensive lineman West Division or January. Columbia (AP) -Former NFL Tony Mandarich, taken second W 1 Pct,. GB "Don King hasn't decided who will Pro Bowl defensive end Mark overall in the NFL draft this year Oakland 72 48 .600 -be first," Braverman said. "Both are Gastineau may announce by the Green Bay Packers, has California 71 48 .597 1/2 signed to fight (Tyson). It will be Wednesday that he is planning a indicated a desire to take on world Kansas City 66 53 .555 5 1/2 whoever (King) feels will be the most career in boxing, according to a heavyweight champion Mike suitable opponent. Both are family friend. Tyson. Texas 62 56 .425 1 acceptable. It will be whichever one "I think he's made up his mind Tyson's manager said Tuesday Minnesota 59 61 .4 he feels can sell the best." he wants to fight," said Murray he was unimpressed by such Seattle 57 62 .479 14 1/2 "1 was a little shocked," Ruddock Pezim, a local businesseman and offers. N AT ION AL said at his home in Fort Lauderdale, family friend who has offered his "We had a football player Last division Fla. "I thought (Tyson) would pass services as Gastineau's manager. named (Ed) Too Tall Jones who W L Pet. GB on me until next year. It was a Pezim said Tuesday the was considered very handy with 70 50 583 -surprise. flamboyant lineman and his his fists," Bill Cayton said from Ruddock, 25, is 22-1-1 with 15 girlfriend, actress Brigitte Nielsen, New York. "He tried to be a New York 66 53 .1/2 knockouts. While the WBC ranks were en route to Vancouver. professional boxer and he failed Montreal 66 54 .550 4 him second, he ranked fourth by both The New York Jets placed miserably." St. Louis 64 55 .538 0 / 2 the World Boxing Association and Gastineau, who was known for his Cayton was equally blunt when Pittsburgh 51 68 .429 18 1/2 International Boxing Federation. sack dance over fallen asked how Gastineau might fare Philadelphia 49 70 .412 20 1/2 Douglas, 28-4-1, outpointed quarterbacks, on the reserveagainst Tyson. West Division Oliver McCall on July 21 on the same retired list last October but still "He'd be destroyed. He doesn't W L Pet. GB card in which Tyson defended his retain his playing rights, know how to fight," he said. San Francisco 6B 52 .567 -title by stopping Carl "The Truth" The 6-foot-5, 275-pound Houston 65 55 .542 3 Williams in 93 seconds at Atlantic lineman, who entered the NFL in "Let me tell you something. I San Diego 59 61 .492 9 City. 1979, recorded 107 1/2 sacks and know there's a lot of football Douglas was stopped in the 10th was a five-time Pro Bowl players who've said they want to Cincinnati 56 67 .471 11 1/2 round of a scheduled 15-round IBF selection. go into boxing. There's no one like Los Angeles 56 64 .467 12 title fight against Tony Tucker in Gastineau is the second football Mark," he said. ".When he steps Atlanta 48 73 .397 20 1/2 1987. Tucker later lost a 12-round player in recent months to in the ring, he'll be in there to kill. Chicago 51 69 .425 21 decision to Tyson for the undisputed contemplate a foray into the He's hard and tough."

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Tropic Times 22 Aug. 18, 1989 Continuedfrom Page19 Brazos (i f required) Dep 1122 Ft. Gulick Elernentary School Arr 125 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 574 Dep 0700 C61 Ft. Gulick Elrentary School Dep 355 Cistobal High School Ar 0724 Coco Solo, Itrs. 1313 Arc 1415 D61 Margarita Elernentary School Dep 0733 Coco Solo, Qtrs. E Arr 1422 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 25 Deo 0744 Coco Solo, FCC Area Ar 1425 Ft. Davis Qtcs. 14 Den 0748 M8I Cristobal High School Den 1130 Ft. Davis Qtcs. 41 Dep 0752 M.rgarita Elorentary School Arc 1450 Ft. Davis Elernentary School Arr 0756 Ft.Culick Qtrs. 57( Arr 1455 D61 Ft. Davis Elenentary School Dev 1355 Pal San Judas (Entrance) Dep 0635 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 14 Arc 1359 Cative (Entrance) Dep 0637 Ft. Davis "trs. 41 Arc 1402 Sabanitas Der 0640 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 25 Arc 1405 Barriada Tagaropulos (Entrance) Del 0642 Margar i ta Elerrentary School Arc 1420 Puer to Pilon Dep 0645 D8.l Cristobal High School Dep 1435 Colon East Dep 0705 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 574 Arc 1455 Colon West Dep 07(0 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 500 Arc 1458 Cristobal High School Arr 0730 Ft. Davis Wtrs. 528 Arr 1501 Arco I ris 6490, 6455 De 07115 Ft. Davis Itrs. 524 Arc 1505 Ft. Gulick Elementacy School Arr 758 D82 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 551, 23, 114 Dep 0652 P91 Sabanitas De 100 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 41 Dep 0655 Puerto Pilon Dec 045 Cristobal High School Arr 0720 Coco Solo, Qtrs. E Dep U5 K62 Ft. Esoinar Qtrs. 116, 161, 173 Dep 1355 Coco Solo, Qtrs. 1313 Dep (110 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 104 Cep 1406 France Field (if required) 21-C Ft. Gulick Elecmentary School Arr 1410 Ft. Cul ick Elerentary School Arr (125 K62 Ft. Gul ick Elerentary School Cop 1355 PSI Ft. Gulick Elementary School Dec 1355 Ft. Espinar Qtcs. 116, 161, 173 Arc 1406 Arco Iris 6490, 6455 Ar 1410 Ft. Es Pnr Qtrs. (04 Arr (410 Cristobal High School Arc 1425 C82 Cris tobal High School Dep 1430 France Field (if required) 21-C A[r 1430 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 23, 114, 41 Arc 1456 Colon East Arc 1450 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 14, 551 Arc 1505 Colon West Arc 1455 G81 Gatun, 'trS. 144 Dep 0650 Cative (Entrance) Arc 1515 Gatun Swimning Pool CoD 0655 SabanItas Arc 1520 Gatun Crreunlty Center Dep 0700 Puerto Pilon Arc 1525 Arco irIs Qtrs. 5442 Dep 0712 Colon Area: C / 16 & Central Ave. C / 15 & Melendez Ave. Arco Iris Qtrs. 6455 Deo 0713 C / II & Santa Isabel St. Arco Iris Qtrs. 6540 Dep 0714 C / 11 Roosevelt Ave. Cristobal High School Arc 0725 C / 7 Roosevelt Ave. M61France Fiel d PCC Qtrs. 21C Dep 0730 C / 7 Santa Isable St. Margarita Credit Union Dep 0742 C / 4 Mlendez Ave. Margarita, Qtrs. 8430 Dep 0746 C / 3 Central Ave. Margarita Elnentary School Dep 0750 C / 10 Central Ave. Brazos Hts. Entrance Dep 0752 Puerto Pion Area: Maria Luisa -AJAP -PlIon Ft. Gulick, trs. 576 Dep 0756 Ft. Gulick Elerentary School Dep 1355 Ft. Gulic Elementary Arr 0800 Ft. Davis Eleme ntary School Dep 1408 M61 Ft. Gulick Eloerentary Dep 1355 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 31 Arc 1410 Ft. Gulick, Qtrs. 576 Arr 1400 Catun Corrunity Center Arc 1418 Brazos Hts. Entrance Ar 1404 Catun Swinrming Pool Arc 1420 Margarita Elerentary School Arc. 1408 Gatun, Qtrs.234 Arc (422 Margarita, Qtrs. 8500 Arc 1411 G atun, Itr6. .144 Arr 1425 Margarita Credit Union Arr 1413 Gatun, Its. 138 Arr 1427 G81 Cristobal High School Dp 1430 E62 Ft. Davis Elenentary School Dep 1355 Arco iris Atrs. 5483 A3r 1440 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 202 Arr 1400 Arco iris Qtrs. 6455 Arr 1441 Ft. Davis Itrs. 114 Arr 1405 Arco Iris Qtrs. 5439 A3r 1444 S8l Cristobal High School Dep 1430 Margarita Service Center Arr 1450 Gatun Corrmunity Center Arc 1445 Gatun Swiening Pool Arr 1459 Gatun Jadwin / Boilvar Arc 1448 Gaton, trs. 144 Arr 1503 Gatun Bldg. 144 Arr 1451 K81 Brazos Hts. Entrance Dep 0647 Ft. Sherman, 300 Hsg. Arr 1520 Ft. Espinar Atrs. 105 Cop 0651 Ft. Sherman, 500 Hsg. Arr 1527 Ft. Espinar Atrs. 116 Dep 0653 S61 Ft. Sherman, 500 Hog. Dep 0700 Ft. Espinar tdtrs. 32 Dep 0656 Ft. Sherman, 300 Hog. Dep 0705 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 41 Dp 0659 Ft. Davis Elementary School Arr 0730 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 51, 24 Dep 0704 D62 Ft. Davis Qtr,. 202 Dep 1115 Ft. Espinar Chapel Dep 0708 KiEER Ft. Davis Qtrs. 25 Dep .1118 Cristobal High School Arr 0723 Ft. Davis Itm. 116 Deo 1120 K61 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 10 Dep 0745 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 41 Cop 1122 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 11, 14, 24 Dep 0751 Ft. Davis Itrs. 14 Dep 1123 Ft. Espinar Jtrs. 39, 41, 51 Deop 0755 Ft. Davis Elemantary School Arc 1125 Ft. Gul ick Elerentary Arr 0800 S61Ft. Davis Elemantary School Dec 1355 K91 Ft. Gulick Elementary Cop 1035 Ft. Sherman, 300 Hog. .Ar r .1425 Ft hemn,50 s.Arc 1430 KINDER Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 100 Hsg. Arr 1040 1Ft. Sherman, 500 Hog. Dep 1430 S61 Fit. Sherman 500 Hog. Cop1 0700 Ft. Espinar Atrs. 1 -100 Hsg. Arc 1045 Ft. Sherman, 300 Hsg. Dep 0705 Ft. Espinar Qtrs. 576 Ar 1050 Ft. Gulick Elernentary School A3r 0735 K61 Ft. Gulick Elementary Dep 1355 S61 Ft. Davis Elementary School Dep 1035 Ft. Espinar Atrs. iI, 14, 26 Arr 1359 KINDER-Ft. Sherman, 300 Hsg. Arc 1100 Ft. Espinar 1trs. 39, 41, 51 Arc .1411 Ft. Sherman, 500 Hsg. Arc 1105 Ft. Espinar Atrs. 24, 10 Arr 1415 561 Ft Gulick Elementary SChool Dep 1355 K81 Cristobal High School Dep 1430 S-Ft. Gulmck ElerHna. AoC 1430 Ft. Esplnar Ats. 105 Arc .1450 Ft. Sherman, 300 Hsg. Arc 1430 Ft. Esplnar trs. 116 Arc 1453 F'Gt hersn, 500 Hog. Ac13 Ft. Espinar Chapel Arr 1457 Gatu tr. 13 Dp 0725 Ft. Espinar Itrs. 24 Arr 1459 Gatun, Ftrs.234 Ce 0725 Ft. Espinar Atrs. 32 Arc 5 Gatun SWring Pool Dep 0732 Ft. Espinar Atrs. 51 Arr 1506 Gatun Cornuity Center Dep 0735 M8 Ft.Gul Ick Qtrs. 576 Dep 0655 Ft. Davis Ele Centary School A 0745 Margarita Elenentary School Dep 0700 Ft. Gulick Elemrentary School A rc 0800 Cristobal High School Arc 0720 C61 Coca Solo, PCC Area -Cep 0725 '(51 Gatun, Qtrs.234 De l055 Coco Solo, Qltr. E De p 0728 KINDER Gatun, Qtrs. 138 Dep 1100 Arr 12n Coco Solo ..1313 C, 0732 Ft. Gulick Elenerntary School 0 Coo ooQrs 31 ep 032 S81 Ft. Shermoan, 500 Hsg. Del, 630 Ft. Gulick Elerentary Schrol Arr 0758 Ft. Sherman 500 Hog. Deo 0635 Cotn C/ at sbe1 Sherm-an, 300 Hog. De) 63 WI -Colon, C/9 Santa Isable COO .(043 Gatun Cerriunity Center Dec 0658 KINDER C151dn, C/il Santa sable Del, 1044 Gatun Jadwin / Bol var Dec 0700 Colon, C/2 & Melendez Ave. Dep 1045 Gatun Bldg. 144 Dec 0705 Arco Iris, Qtrs. 6490 Dep 1105 Cristobal Hioh School Arc 0725 Margar i ta Credit Union Dev 1110 E62 Ft. Davis It-. 202 Dep 0748 Margarita, Qtrs. 8430 De ol15 Ft. Davis Qtrs. 1(4 Dep 0753 Margarita Elementary School Dep 1120 Ft. Davis Elementary School Arr 0756 AnimalsAudio-visual Audio-visual Muo oie HlckhA ic 0,,,,erm Sheardi (5)Xl w rcl cape. 5 Acri edo Xl Co er 01cr G i10c ptiner, jKs k c Kenwood 4-WS ,pecke. 5400. 2N4-36Ml 5-10 pm. 19l Oi 242 d ....286-3692. & many, prga s S0(i cc .202-h8c lith. brckec, pciv c. .ne '. c 45-22('7 1,-oor SX-64 C, ,mpuer. S49)9. 2M,-3291. 3 kictens, litter ,rained. 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(anlonic poriabhe ccer. 0225. 2 -d.e9 ccy P dlvc 1, p ,.ppic. 2 Ie ,cc pcur .3d , 1. ..11c cc dec .;5i 0 0. ,(cccc4c 197 cv Mc d y ,I ipd.ccod n ..0 .c .0-2 1. 21,1(1~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~J .1,,.SO.204(0 _________________________ 3c S, OcI.Icc,Vc dcct. 10,1 202-4254. 19772 lDcccgc dicccc ll, pd,4 ti. Icc 0(11 'N4-6114 1on 6dh".1une. 18o. 2 6-4198. Sharcp \IS iich ,i -ic, r-mc e cdnccL ocd c. cln dilicc. Au t il %, di d'ric m d c r .i(cccl 197 ( ,,dg, 0,-,. a .ci d c 1200 2 4.6124. urc bred Germ nc ~Scpcrd pclppicc. I i1,cciv. 5225. I m S195. 2525725. Illw r, p-lcc1vc prin r. 55100. 286-4611. m .150. 201-3325. -A ccpc dcct good cccdicicn. SIlo. 252-2031. o y, c -,ci ecei c ioneeccc urncc bie. & 4 cpccctcc. (1191 iiccccc Ct rI cc SM. p11c. -c%0m. ..t ,c, p 4 j-,k-2 Mixd 2g t07r -472 7 & O .F-4 284-5173. r27-4777 .221-744 AA c tr K-nt 214-04(c. -lome-mad pcakerc. I S c co dicion.50ll. 286(90, ((dc ((ci, 00 \ 1.p .( b.p .(ccc cc-., micl, 462', s520ll 286-633N 284-5769. 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Tropic Times Aug. 18, 1989 Auto obilsL M iscellaneous M isCellaneous 10h2 tl,-. S1700. 252-1204 Waoher like tew. S400 obo. 2h7-6529. 6.5k, diesel g. rtor 120 220 mounted ot traike. a w IBM PC-XT opipatible. 2 dik drive. 9 xpo slots, Scdhd. daty ptid. S4000. 252-0425. 640kk. lrm Okidato prteodt. --al,. S1700. 24P .roomtt tt. S400. 21 aa-343). /e pitg-ptttg t$ 0 4441. U1lity tbl 63,39. S75. 2 hp 202-3-3231 ng p I p mp. t200. 261-125k, ri A p A ral. 5550. E1 GE t .2 bo ik. 19"( 1 d n S ..t itr 01' m 3t r mmt r S15 3It dr15. S65. 26N550ea, Sk.-ed .u. guage r di-ig. $35 It' to It I " icoj ;,hi, S teo .035. 252-653..3400 -.--t B6y ik1. 25. I l it lbl. 25. tg, 2 S1 , 1,h0g. 7teo. x1(. Bell & lt tll tiide prtjector. td,,k d ing -et fo 2. S27. in c tpt bhd mtttt Am r )-r , hrry.S120t -50. 1'x14. S 0 2N4-752 Artit olding e-llfor t td rok 51 0. 232-5011. 14 (ad .tl p td o tok. S200 1) It, gla,, ,h m1 rum , 4, i S400. G gtil). 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Tropic Times 24t Aug. 18, 1989 RP crisis makes canal customers wary PANAMA CITY, Panama world trade by allowing ships to cross Noriega. About 200 people lined the banks (Reuter) -The Panama Canal, one between the Pacific and Atlantic The United States, which does not of the Miraflores Locks near Panama of the world's great engineering feats, oceans without having to skirt South recognize the Noriega-controlled City Tuesday to wave to two big marked its 75th anniversary Tuesday America and it remains an important government, has refused to hand cargo ships, the Greek-registered at a critical point in its history, facing sea route. over canal tolls since March 1988, Antipodes and the Panamanianan uncertain political outlook, But changing patterns of world paying them into a U.S. escrow registered Muskateer, which blew financial austerity and growing trade, oil pipelines and increasing use account. their horns in reply. competition. of railroads to transport containers Noriega has alleged that the real Canal officials boarded the ships The canal, built over a period of 34 across the United States have hurt its motive for Washington's campaign to present special plaques to their years at a total cost of $639 million, supremacy, marine experts say. against him is to revoke a 1977 treaty captains commemorating the 75th was officially opened Aug. 15, 1914 The canal has also been caught up handing over full control of the canal anniversary. Plaques were to be given when the Panamanian steamship in a political feud between to Panama by the year 2000. to all of the 32 ships expected to Ancon sailed through it. Washington and Panamanian Richard Wainio, head of economic traverse the canal Tuesday. The waterway revolutionized strongman Gen. Manuel Antonio research at the Panama Canal But the Canal Commission was Commission, a U.S. government planning only a small reception for agency that runs the canal, said it was the anniversary. Plans for a big party a critical time because Panama had were cancelled because it was to convince shipping owners it would thought inappropriate at a time of be a good steward of the canal after belt-tightening measures, an official 2000. said. The canal ran up the biggest The political crisis had not affected monthly deficit in its history, $6.1 canal operations so far, he said. But mon, i J bcs ofsaorop in owners were looking at present million, in June because of a drop in tensions in the country and asking if revenues and higher operating costs, tensinthey cou pntr an Pang U.S. sources told Reuters in July. they could depend on Panama. The sources said the canal could be as "Once they go elsewhere they will not much as $20 million in arrears by the come back," he told Reuters. end of the year. A French company, founded by More than 12,300 vessels, carrying Suez Canal builder Ferdinand de 157 million tons of cargo and paying Lesseps, began building the Panama more than $400 million in tolls and Canal in 1880 but had to abandon the other fees, sailed through the canal in effort because of money problems the year to September 1988, Wainio and disease that killed thousands of said. .workers. Cargo carried had declined by The "Moatengators, "A Company, 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment The U.S. government bought the more than four percent this year, he (Airborne), storm the beach near Fort A mador as part of Thursday's company in 1904 and completed the said, but predicted the downturn readiness exercise. (U.S. A rmy photo by SFC Cecil Stack) work. would be temporary. So areas arrives in RP; hopes for crisis solution PANAMA CITY, Panama Baena Soares has visited Panama OAS-sponsored talks between the administrator and confiscating. the (Reuter) -Organization of several times as part of an OAS government, military and opposition property and bank accounts of the American States Secretary General mission set up to promote a solution Thursday. Panamanian Broadcasting Corp., Joao Baena S oares arrived in to a crisis caused by the annulment of The talks have made little headway accusing it of owing $5 million in Panama Wednesday saying he hoped May 7 general elections. so far. The government is calling for a taxes. for an intensive effort by The opposition said it won the national unity government and new The network is one ofthe few news government, military and opposition elections despite attempts by elections while the opposition wants outlets in Panama which devote groups to solve the country's supporters of strongman Gen. Noriega to step down and much coverage to the opposition. protracted political crisis. Manuel Antonio Noriega to rig recognition of what it says was its Former opposition presidential "I hope the sides agree on formulas them. victory in the May elections. candidate Guillermo Endara said the for a national accord," Baena Soares The OAS has called for a transfer A session of the talks Wednesday confiscation aggravated the situation said in brief remarks to reporters at of power in Panama by Sept. 1, the was dominated by discussion of the in Panama and vowed to take up the Panama City's Omar Torrijos date a new government should take government's seizure of an issue with Baena Soares. airport. power under the constitution. The independent radio and television "We are going to inform him of the "I also hope they make an intensive mission has to report back to the network. deterioration of the Panamanians' effort to make up for lost time," he OAS by August 23. The government announced situation and in particular of the added. Baena Soares is expected to attend Monday that it was appointing an right of expression," he said. Police seize, lose $20.2m U.S.,Hondurastoholdwargames TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras They will involve U.S. troops BONN, West Germany (Reuter) Hamburg from Banco de Occidente (Reuter) -U.S. and Honduran based in Panama, the spokesman -West German police confiscated in Panama. $20.2 million from a Hamburg bank Banco de Occidente has been ground, naval and air forces will said. He gave no figures. account believed held by Colombian accused by the United States of stage a new series of joint military maneuvers next month near the Last month, Honduran and cocaine smugglers, but a prosecutor running a billion-dollar moneycontry's b e with Nargha U.S. troops staged a week ofjoint said their action was illegal and freed laundering scheme for Colombia's country border th Nicarai maneuvers involving 950 U.S. the money. Medellin cocaine cartel. Army Marines. A government official Wednesday West German police seized the Wednesday. confirmed a report in the weekly money in April, saying they had The war games scheduled from More than 150,000 U.S. soldiers magazine Stern that the Federal stopped a further transfer of most of Sept. 7 to 12 will include counterhave taken part in maneuvers Crime Office's action against the sum to a Swiss bank account as insurgencyexercisesandmeasures since 1982 in Honduras, Crie Ofic's ctin aaint he u t a wis ba acodu as to combat drug-trafficking along Washington's closest ally in suspected money-laundering was part of apparent money-laundering th Honduran Pacific coast. Central America. thwarted by the Frankfurt public of illegal drug proceeds, according to theHonduranPacificcoast._CentralAmerica. prosecutor's office. Stern. The Frankfurt prosecutor's Office "West German authorities could intervened on behalf of Banco de fl* f act on m R not confiscate the money because Occidente May 18 and cancelled the there is no legal ground for such seizure, saying West German police BRASILIA (Reuter) -Senator Lugar met with Foreign Minister action," Interior Ministry had no authority to deal with a Richard Lugar Tuesday called on Roberto de Abreu Sodre and other spokesman Wighard Haerdtl told suspected crime committed by Latin American nations to apply foreign ministry officials to discuss Reuters. foreigners on foreign soil, Stern said. strong pressure to Panama to ensure Panama. "There was no hard evidence in The money was returned to Banco a transition to democracy there. After the meeting, foreign ministry West Germany that the money de Occidente June 6. Lugar, an Indiana Republican and spokesman Ruy Nogueira said Brazil stemmed from drug dealing," he said, Federal Crime Office chief a member of the senate foreign affairs was against applying economic adding the government was looking Heinrich Boge, in a subsequent letter committee, is visiting several Latin sanctions against Panama. He said into ways to tighten the law. to the Interior Ministry, complained American countries ahead of the Brazil favored political action. The Federal Crime Office acted on that the action had damaged the September 23 meeting of the Lugar told a news conference the a tipofffrom U.S. officials that $20.2 credibility of West German Organization of American States in U.S. government was not million had been transferred to the authorities in the international fight Washington. considering economic sanctions or German-South American Bank in against drug dealers. In the Brazilian capital, Brasilia, military intervention in Panama.