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The tropic times
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1988)-
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Repeated number, vol. 2, no. 45, for Dec. 11 and Dec. 15, 1989.
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 10, no. 41 (Oct. 24, 1997).

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Gift of the Panama Canal Mu
semi
ic Times
Vol. VII, No. 33
Quarry Heights, Republic of Panama
Friday, Aug. 19,1994
GIs crash into Panamanian bus
PANAMERICAN HIGHWAY, CHAME (USARSO PAO) - Three soldiers from U.S. Army South were involved in a car accident on the Panamamerican Highway Saturday.
Injured were: Spc. Chad Gehn and Pfc. Kristen Streck, both of Headquarters Company, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion, andPfc. Steven Bogue of 92nd Personnel Sendees Company. Also injured were two Panamanian civilians.
The soldiers were driving on the highway and attempted to pass a car on a curve, when they collided with a Panamanian bus, head on.
The soldiers were driven to the Medical Evacuation site on Chame Field by a Panamanian National police vehicle and flown to Gorgas Army Community Hospital. The soldiers were all treated and discharged earlier this week.
The twoci vilians on the bus, Argelis Rodriguez and Jorge Lopez, received minor injuries and were treated and released from a local clinic in Chame.
An investigation revealed that all of the soldiers were wearing seatbelts and no alcohol was involved.
Traffic charges are pending in the Panamanian courts.
Airborne soldier missing in Chile
QUARRY HEIGHTS (US SOUTHCOM PAO) - Search efforts by Chilean and U.S. military personnel continue for a missing U.S. Army soldier following a parachute jump over Chile Aug. 9, during a combined exercise with the Chilean military.
The soldier, assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, is believed to have landed in the sea during a night parachute jump off the northern coastal village of Longotoma, about 130 miles north of Santiago. He and 10 other U.S. and Chilean soldiers were conducting a high altitude, low opening jump from a U.S. Air Force MC-130 Hercules aircraft at about 13,000 feet at about 8:30 p.m. Search efforts by Chilean and U.S. military personnel began immediately using helicopters, ground vehicles and boats.
The incident is being investigated by U.S. military authorities, as is routine following any military training accident. The soldier's name is being withheld pending results of the search efforts. ,
The incident occurred during the field training portion of the combined/ joint "Fuerzas Unidas" (United Forces) exercise. The exercise, conducted July 31 to Aug. 12, involved about 160 U.S. servicemembers participating in a command post and field training exercise with Chilean Special Forces and Marines.
Department of Defense photo by Maureen.Sampson
Panamanian President-elect Ernesto Perez Balladares and U.S. Southern Command Commander in Chief Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey pass by a joint-service formation at an honors ceremony at Quarry Heights.
Establishing an open relationship
President-elect visits SOUTHCOM
Quarry Heights (USSOUTHCOM PAO) - Panamanian President-elect Ernesto Perez Balladares visited the Headquarters of the United States Southern Command at Quarry Heights Tuesday, at the invitation of Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey, commander in chief of the Southern Command.
Balladares was accompanied by his cabinet and key advisers and Dr. Ricardo Alberto Arias, Ambassador-designate to the United States.
The purpose of the visit was to acquaint the president-elect and his key advisers with the missions and activities
of SOUTHCOM, particularly the command's Panama Canal Treaty Implementation Planning efforts, and to establish an open and cooperative working relationship on interests shared between the governments of Panama and the United States with respect to treaty implementation and counterdrug efforts, officials said.
After the briefings, Balladares and his party went on a helicopter flight over the Panama Canal. They viewed the military properties that had been transferred to the government of Panama since 1979 as well as the several remaining installations that will be transferred to Panama through the
end of 1999. The overflight was intended to emphasize the critical tasks of treaty implementation that lie ahead for both governments, officials said.
Under its; Panama Canal Treaty Implementation pfan, SOUTHCOM will terminate the U.S. military presence in Panama by the end of 1999, as stipulated by the Panama Canal Treaty of 1977. This will be accomplished through a phased withdrawal of the 11,000 U.S. troops in Panama and the gradual transfer to the government of Panama all U.S. military controlled installations, facilities, and lands by the same date.
Joint photo lab one step to drawdown
HOWARD AFB (24th Wing Public Affairs) - The Howard and Rodman NS photo labs combined forces during a ribbon cutting ceremony Aug 12. This was the first consolidation of services underthe treaty implementation process and will likely portend the future look of many other U.S. military organizations in Panama.
Brig. Gen. Richard E. Brown III, 24th Wing commander, and Capt. Arthur N. Rowley, III, commanding officer of Naval Forces Panama honored both organizations by cutting the ribbon and officially declaring the combined photo lab open for business. Brown congratulated the group for keeping its focus on the benefits of consolidation during the
Air Force photo
Sailors and airmen work in the consolidated photo lab.
negotiation phase of the process.
"Obstacles do arise, but the obstacles 8 were removed and you've created the struc- 1 ture needed to give Air Force and Navy
customers quality service and that all important quality product," Brown said.
Appointments must be made for Navy or Air Force photo service at Howard AFB. Here are the hours for service:
Monday
8-11 a.m. AF official photos 1-3 p.m. Navy head and shoulders photos
Tuesday
8-11 a.m. AF color head and shoulders
Wednesday 8-1 la.m. Navy/AFpassport photos Thursday
11 a.m. AF full length photos 3 p.m. Navy full length photos No studio service is offered Friday.
Feature
Page 8 I School Pages C1-C8 I and more
The community hosts a variety of events commemorating 'Women's Equality Day.'
An eight-page pull-out features a bus schedule and other information to start the new school year.
?Briefly, Page 2.
?Air Force housing, Page 4.
?Football starts, Pages 9 and 10.


Aug. 19, 1994
Tropic Times late? Call 269-3220
People who live in quarters on a Pacific area military installation and have not received a Tropic Times by 6:30 a.m. Friday should call 269-3220.
Tropic Times afternoon closing announced
The Tropic Times office will close at 3 p.m. today for organization day. For assistance, call Pat Milton, U.S. Southern Command public affairs, at 282-4278.
Adoption orientation briefing set Wednesday
Social Work Services at Gorgas Army Community Hospital will hold an adoption orientation briefing 1:30-3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Gorgas headquarters conference room, first floor. For more information, call Patricia Thomas at 282-5139/5404.
Mentors for Youth 2000 needed by Howard FSC
The Howard Family Support Center is launching Youth 2000, a mentoring program designed to assist and motivate 6th-to 12th-grade students in local Department of Defense Dependents Schools. The FSC is actively seeking officers, noncommissioned officers and civilians who would like to become positive, inspirational role models to students.
Mentors must commit a minimum of one hour per week to the Youth 2000 program. Mentors may help with assignments, explain their work processes or just talk and listen to the students. Locally, school begins Thursday and Youth 2000 officials would like to have as many mentors as possible available to interact with eager young students. To volunteer, or for more information, call 284-5650.
Needy children ask for early Christmas blessing
The Panama Chief Master Sergeant's Group is sponsoring a clothing and toy drive on behalf of the Kuna Indian orphans. The Chiefs and some of the Kuna children will be in front of the Howard Post Office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday accepting donations. The chiefs will clean and repair gifts (as needed) and give them as presents from Santa Claus during the Kuna Children's Christmas Party at the Howard Enlisted Club in December.
Jam '94 celebration seeks booth vendors
Rodman NS will hold the annual Labor Day celebration, Jam '94, 9 a.m.-l 1 p.m. Sept. 3. There will be craft and food vendors, live bands, softball, basketball and bass fishing tournaments, as well as boat
AMC flight schedule
Puerto Rico has been removed
Tuesday
11:40am C141 Howard AFB
from the Environmental Morale 5:40am C141 Howard AFB San Jose, Costa Rica
Leave Program. For more information, call 284-5758. Brasilia, Brazil (V,0) Guatemala City, Guatemala
Buenos Aires, Argentina (V) Montevideo, Uraguay (O) (CC.O) Belize City, Belize
Brasilia, Brazil Howard AFB
Saturday 8:40am B727 Howard AFB Aug. 26
5:40am C130 Howard AFB Atlanta IAP.GA (C) 6:40 am C130 Howard AFB
Nashville, TN (A) Charleston IAP, SC Soto Cano AB, Honduras
1:45pm C5A Howard AFB Wednesday (CC)
Charleston AFB, SC 5:55am C130 Howard AFB San Jose, Costa Rica
Dover AFB, DE (O) San Salvador, El Salvador Howard AFB
Sunday (V,CC) 5:40pm C141 Howard AFB
7am B727 Howard AFB Managua, Nicaragua (CC) Charleston AFB, SC (O)
Atlanta IAP, GA (C) Howard AFB McGuire AFB, NJ
Charleston IAP, SC 5:40am C141 Howard AFB
Monday Kelly AFB, TX (M) A- Active duty only
5:40am C130 Howard AFB Charleston AFB, SC US- U.S. passport
Tegucigalpa, Honduras(CC) Thursday O-Overnight
Soto Cano AB, Honduras (CC) 5:45am C5 Howard AFB C-Commercial Contract
Howard AFB Soto Cano AB, Honduras V-Visa
3:45pm B727 Howard AFB (C,0) Charleston AFB, SC (O) M-Medevac
Soto Cano AB, Honduras (CC) Dover AFB, DE CC-Country Clearance
rides, pony rides and military demonstrations. Booth rentals for vendors of handicrafts or food or for organizations are available. Spaces are $50 for a 10' x 10' space. Call 283-4334 or 283-4314 for more information. Sign-up at Building 65 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Family Support Center offers transition seminar
The Howard Family Support Center is offering a transition seminar 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at the FSC.
The three-day training program helps separating military members and their families make the transition from the military to a civilian career. For more information or to register, call 284-5650. For more personalized, individual assistance, members may make an appointment by calling 284-3865/4347.
DoDDS urges immediate registration for children
All newly arriving personnel are encouraged to enroll their school age family members immediately. Take immunization records, letter of sponsorship or permanent change of station orders and identification cards to the school.
Kindergarten children who will be 5 years old by Oct. 31 need a birth certificate or passport in addition to the above documents.
Panama Canal College opens fall registration
Registration for Panama Canal College is set for 9 a.m.-l p.m. and 2:30-5 p.m. Monday-Wednesday. For information, call 252-3304.
Stars and Stripes stores hold final clearance
The Stars and Stripes Bookstores on
Weekend weather
Factoid: The driest spot on Earth is the Atacama Desert, Chile. It had no rain for some 400 years up until 1971.
Weather questions can be sent to 24th Weather Squadron ATTN: Weather Wise, Howard AFB, Panama.
Temperature High: 90 Low: 78
High: 91 Low: 79
Pacific
Saturday Tides
15:10 p.m. at 15.8 feet 9:24 p.m. at 0.3 feet Sunday
3:56 p.m. at 16.2 feet 10:06 p.m. at 0.1 feet
Temperature High: 89 Low: 78
High: 89 Low: 78
Atlantic
Saturday Tides 12:24 p.m. at 0.4 feet 6:31 a.m. at 0.1 feet Sunday
1:31 p.m. at 0.5 feet 7:19 p.m. at 0.0 feet
Forecast: Partly cloudy skies, with afternoon thunderstorms and showers.
Howard, Corozal and Fort Davis will hold a final clearance sale from now until Sept. 29. Patrons can save 40-70 percent on marked products.
Materials ordered for Air Force colleges are in
Officials at the Howard Education Office advise military members enrolled in the Air Command and Staff College or the Air War College that previously-ordered course materials have arrived. Seminar students may stop by the education office and pick up their materials as soon as possible. For more information, call 284-3263.
Fort Clayton shoppette announces new hours
The Fort Clayton shoppette. Building 95, has new hours of operation effective Sunday. The shoppette will be open 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and closed Sunday. For information, call 287-5694.
PACE now opening six days for better service
The PACE Improvement Center, Building 340, Corozal will be open six days a week. The center is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. For information, call 285-6213.
Pre-separation briefing smooths transition
A pre-separation briefing will be held 1 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Replacement Detachment classroom, Building 520, Fort Clayton. The briefing is designed to help all soldiers, within 120 days from separation, transition smoothly to civilian life. For information, call 287-4753/4155.
FSC offers job search, SF 171 workshop
Members who are new to Panama and those who will soon be returning to the U.S. can learn how to effectively search for a federal service job. The Howard Family Support Center will offer a job search and SF 171 workshop 10 a.m. Aug 25 in the FSC, Building 707. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 284-5010.
Specialized training for military parents slated
A Specialized Training of Military Parents workshop will be held twice a day Sept. 12 and 13. The first session will be held 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Youth Services, Building 155, Fort Clayton. The second
session will be held 6-9:30 p.m. at the Command Chaplain's conference room, Building 156, Fort Clayton.
The workshop will discuss topics about parents' rights and responsibilities in getting special education services, testing and assessing their children, individual education plan, wills and guardianship and more. For information, call Lakshmi Kumar at 287-4921/5073.
PACE Center offers training opportunity
The self-help training class, Plumbing, will be held 9-11 a.m. Tuesday at the PACE Improvement Center, Building 340, Corozal. For reservations; call 285-6213.
Local chapel positions open for bidding
There are a variety of positions open for bidding at the Howard and Albrook chapels. Protestant and Catholic religious education coordinators are needed at both Howard and Albrook.
The Howard Chapel also needs choir directors for Catholic Mass, gospel service, and Protestant worship service.
An organist for the gospel service and an accompanist (organ or piano) for the adult and children's choirs are also needed.
Performance period for all of these positions is from Oct. 1, 1994 through Sept. 30, 1995.
Qualified members of the Howard and Albrook community who are interested in one or more of these positions must provide bids to the Howard contracting office, Building 715, not later than Aug. 30. People may call Judy Young for more information and instructions at 284-4397/5550.
Telephone numbers set to change in October
Headquarters, U.S. Southern Command Special Operations' telephone numbers will change effective Oct. 1. The new numbers are:
Command group 285-6700 Jl 285-6801 J1 nonsecure fax 285-6810 J2 285-6721 SCIF/SSO 285-6731 J2 secure fax 285-6723 J3 285-6734 JOC 285-6739 AOB 285-6747/6749 Radio room secure fax 285-6763 Radio room nonsecure fax 285-6764 J4 285-6780 J5 285-6779 J6 285-6769 J7 285-6771


y Training
Tropic Times ^ Aug. 19, 1994
Staff Sgt. Stephen Richards, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion, negotiates a one-rope bridge at Green Hell.
It?
Capt. Edgardo Ortiz, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Carlos Colon and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Tony Fors, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion, carry a lifter through a lagoon at Green Hell.
Intelligence troops
ut-smarting Green Hell
by Sgt. Eric Hortin
USARSO Public Affairs Office
FORT SHERMAN (USARSO PAO) - Soldiers of Company B, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion took a day to have a little fun...if you can call Green Hell fun.
The unit made a competition out of the obstacle course. Company B into five and six-man teams to tackle the 13 obstacles. Wives and children walked through the course with the soldiers to see what their husbands would be doing.
The teams left at 10-minute intervals to give the team ahead a chance to navigate the litter carry, the cliffside cargo nets, the cable bridge and the grueling, muddy low crawl-high crawl before the other team could catch up.
Team Three caught up to Team Two at the 32-foot tower, and proceeded to set the winning time of 29 minutes and 18 seconds.
Once the teams finished, it was off to Shimmey Beach with the families for a much deserved break.
U.S. Army pholos by Sgl. Eric Hortin
Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Brehem, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion, takes a mud bath as he goes through the iow crawl portion of Green Hell.


4Tropic Times Aug. 19, 1994
Military News
U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Delano J. Mays
Sub to go
The submarine USS Mariano G. Vallejo transited the Panama Canal last week on its way north for exercises near Puerto Rico
Air Force junior enlisted to get more housing
WASHINGTON D.C. (AFNS) - Airmen in the grades of E-3 and below can now be assigned base housing on an equal basis with Air Force members in higher grades. Air Force housing officials said they recently sent a letter to all major commands making them aware of an existing Department of Defense policy to house "all accompanied military personnel permanently assigned to an installation for duty or support on an equal basis."
Previously, the Air Force allowed installation commanders to authorize housing for junior airmen based on the number of housing units available. However, since there were no set standards, some commands housed fewer airmen than others, officials said.
The most recent figures showed that one command
provided base housing to 2,061 of its 2,293 junior enlisted families (almost 90percent), while another housed only 313 of its 1,189 airmen (a little more than 26 percent).
In Panama, the situation for junior military members is better than at many other bases, housing officials said.
"We've been complying with the policy referenced in that letter since March of 1992," said B.R. Barrera, chief of the 24th Civil Engineer Squadron's housing assistance element. "For nearly two and a half years now we've been providing better access to base housing for our accompanied junior enlisted members."
Of the 62 accompanied junior enlisted members assigned in Panama, the housing official said 42 (68 percent) are housed on Howard AFB and Albrook AFS.
Air Force-wide, housing assignments for E-3s and below has been about 12 percent lower than it was for people in higher grades, Air Force officials said. There are approximately 19,500 E-l to E-3 families serving in the Air Force, and of those, about 6,200 (about 32 percent) live in family housing.
"We need to provide an additional 2,000 family housing units to these families," the letter said. It included an attachment showing how many junior airmen in each command lived in base housing.
The Air Force currently designates 70 percent of its base housing resources for junior enlisted families, officials said; however, most of these people are in the grades ofE-4toE-6.
Local voting assistance officers available
FORT CLAYTON (USARSO PAO) - The following is a partial list of the voting assistance officers for the U.S. Army South, U.S. Southern Command and support elements. Soldiers in individual units that fall under the major units may ask those listed who their unit VAOs are.
193rd Infantry Brigade
1st Battalion, 508th Infantry
5th Battalion, 87th Infantry 128th Aviation Brigade 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Joint Task Force - Bravo, 4th Battalion, 228th Aviation Military Police Brigade
92nd Military Police Battalion
41st Area Support Group
142nd Medical Battalion
193rd Support Battalion
3rd Special Operations Support Command
3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces U.S. Army Garrison
536th Engineer Battalion 470th Military Intelligence Brigade 310th Military Intelligence Battalion 747th Military Intelligence Battalion
308th Military Intelligence Battalion
106th Signal Brigade 154th Signal Battalion
Capt. Walter Piatt, 287-4502
Lt. Scott Shoner/Sgt. 1st Class Richard
Vinciguerra, 284-5510
1st Lt. Wilfredo Griego, 289-3970
Capt. Matthew Rasmussen, 287-5302
Capt. Mark Powell, 284-5914
2ndLt. Dana Ball, 280-4112 Staff Sgts. Charmayne Askew and Daniel Kopp, 287-4950 1st Lt. Matthew Ingram/Sgt. 1st Class Helen Jarrell, 287-3243 Capt. Anthony Green, 285-4170 1st Lt. Daniel Hein, 287-5218 Capt. Timothy Juergens, 287-3404 1 st Lt. Robert Davidson/Master Sgt. Eduardo Berrios, 287-4132/3550 Sgt. Dexter Ferguson, 289-5300 Eileen Marquez/Katherine McClain, 287-6749
2nd Lt. Erica Howard, 284-4851
Maj. Rafael Chavez, 285-5918
1st Lt. Mary Lynch, 285-6803
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Linda Davies,
289-3700
Sgt. 1st Class Nelson Caraballo, 285-5213
Capt. James Hicks, 287-6951 Capt. John Bulmer, 287-6819
56th Signal Battalion
DoD Dependent Schools
Medical Activity - Panama
Marine Support Battalion
Dental Activity - Panama
Noncommissioned Officers Academy
3rd Military Police Group
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Navy
U.S. Marine Corps
U.S. Southern Command
Panama Canal Commission
U.S. Embassy
Sgt. 1st Class William Nunez, 285-4951
Elizabeth Herrera, 286-3509
Capt. Carlos Ramos, 282-5649
Capt. Soren Ashmall, 289-3301
Capt. Juan Cosme, 282-5321
Staff Sgt. Stephen Pearson, 289-6370
Sgt. Kurt Radtke, 285-6711
Maj. James Dula, 284-3416
Ensign Scott Keifer, 283-4416
Capt. James Parrington, 283-4519
Sgt. Rita Jennings, 282-3600
Berta Briceno, 252-7991
Mark Mezmar, 227-1777, Ext. 2502
State primary elections and runoff dates listed
August 13 New Hampshire
23 Alaska 13 New York
23 Oklahoma (Runoff held Sept. 13 Rhode Island
20) 13 Vermont
13 Virgin Islands
September 13 Wisconsin
3 Guam (Runoff held Sept. 17) 17 Hawaii
6 Florida (Runoff held Oct. 4) 20 Massachusetts
6 Nevada 20 Washington
10 Delaware
13 Arizona October
13 Connecticut 1 Louisiana
13 District of Columbia
13 Maryland November
13 Minnesota 7 Kentucky (Governor general)


Voices
Tropic Times Aug. 19, 1994
Policy change irks diner
Mayors' Corner
Dear Mayors' Corner:
A little more than a year ago, my husband and I read a notice in the Tropic Times stating that the Crossroads Dining Facility would allow family members to dine once a week at their facility for the Saturday or Sunday meal and that the price would be based on a soldier's rank.
I really enjoyed taking my family there for brunch and became acquainted with the manager, cook and cashier.
Recently, I went to the facility with my husband who had just completed a 24-hour shift. The airman on duty at the facility informed us that only Air Force people and branches supporting Albrook could dine there.
When I tried to explain that we had used the facility before, he explained that the new manager had clear orders for his staff, but that he would allow us to eat there one last time. We decided, instead, to leave, feeling embarrassed and humiliated.
This was not a good way to find out about a policy change. The manager could have put a notice on the front door or advertised the change in the Tropic Times. To Serve or not to Serve
Dear Serve:
Your letter was forwarded to Capt. Mark White, commander of Military Support Flight, 24th Services Squadron. He responded to the issue you addressed with the following message:
I'm sorry for the inconvenience you experienced. A
1992 change in Air Force policy, which is still in effect, allowed AF dining facilities to serve E-l to E-4 family members without charging the surcharge. As a result, families were allowed to dine once weekly and select a dinner meal, Monday-Friday, or a brunch or dinner meal on weekends. This applies to Air Force organizations and their tenant units. The Air Force did not perform ID checks at the time so if you and your husband ate at the Crossroads in civilian clothes they would not have known his branch of service. In addition, we were not concerned about soldiers dining in Air Force facilities because their capacity could handle the extra people.
As a result, Army participation increased significantly at both the Howard and Albrook facilities. Over time, airmen frequently were not being served fast enough to maintain effective mission readiness. Therefore, the tough decision was made to limit the feeding of soldiers to only those identified by their commanders as working in direct support of an Air Force mission.
For information about this or other AF dining facilities and the regulations that govern thejr operations, call Senior Master Sgt. Dave Bratton at 284-5957 in the Office of the Air Force Food Service Superintendent or White at 284-3365.
Editor's note: To submit questions to the Mayoral Congress, send letters to: Mayors' Corner, publicity chairperson APO AA 34004 (MPS). Anonymity will be granted upon request The1Tropic Times reserves the right to edit letters and responses for brevity.
Letter
Dear Editor:
We have been in Panama for one year and five months. People here have a lot to complain about � redundant paperwork, shuttle bus drivers who still don't follow the schedule, the long wait for doctors at the outpatient clinic, and the even longer wait for auto parts from the states. However, I couldn't leave Panama without a few thanks to the people who have gone out of their way to help make our tour here a little easier.
We live in Cocoli and have cause to visit the shoppette quite often. A young Panamanian named Jose Calvo works there and has always gone out of his way to be courteous and polite to the customers. He even kept the store open for a few extra minutes for someone who forgot to get milk at the commissary.
Also Ron Leggierre, who runs the Cocoli Recreation Center, always has a friendly word and a joke for the people who come to use the facility.
Last but not least, Dr. Charlie Garcia at the Gorgas Dental Clinic is the most compassionate, caring dentist I have come in contact with in all my 36 years. He has always been concerned with the comfort of his patients.
Yes, there is a lot to complain about in Panama, but these three people have helped us enjoy our stay here quite a bit. Thanks to all of you � we'll never forget your courtesies.
Katbi McBride
P.S. Thanks to Diamond FM for all the great rock and roll.
Caught in the act
Burglary suspect tries to stab MP during escape
K9 teams nab thief
Two military police K9 teams foiled an attempted theft at a Fort Espinar building last week.
While conducting a jungle patrol, military police saw two Panamanian men enter the building and attempt to remove some light fixtures.
When the MPs confronted the men, one of the suspects tried to stab the senior MP. The suspect then jumped out a second story window and ran into the jungle. One of suspects was caught and turned over to local authorites.
If suspicious activity is observed, notify the MPs at 287-4401 or 289-5133.
Seven charged with DWI
The military police reported that between July 23-30, seven people were charged with drunken driving on Pacific side Army installations. Five of the seven people charged were noncommissioned officers.
A loss of driving privileges is not the only result of a drunken driving charge. For many, particularly officers and NCOs, it is a swift end to a military career.
Do not take the chance of ruining a military career with a drunken driving conviction.
The MPs suggest that before drinking alcohol, people make arrangements for a designated driver or seek other means of transportation.
Crime scene
Thieves stash welder
Navy Security Forces discovered a cut in the fence behind the SeaBee compound on Rodman. An inventory determined a portable welder, valued between $3,000 and $4,000, had been stolen. Navy Security Forces tracked suspects for about 3/4 of a mile. The welder was recovered
Court martial results
Sgt. Isaiah Johnson, Headquarters, Quarry Heights Detachment, was found guilty of conspiracy and the theft and sale of military property. He was sentenced to reduction to private E-l, forfeiture of all pay, nine months confinement and a bad conduct discharge.
Sgt. Debra Davis, Headquarters Service Company, 308th Military Intelligence Battalion, was found guilty of willfully disobeying an order of a commissioned officer. She was sentenced to a reduction to the rank of private E-1, forfeiture of $550 pay for two months and confinement for two months.
Easy mark for thieves
The military police report a recent rise in the number of incidents in which property was stolen from vehicles. In most of the cases, the vehicles were left unsecured.
Do not leave any property in vehicles.
If valuables need to be left in the vehicle, put them in the trunk.
To help "take a bite out of crime," be proactive by taking preventive measures.
Weapon and vehicle registration
The military police ask people with privately owned weapons to update their registration at Building 849 on Fort Clayton. This is done by showing proof of ownership and the bill of sale or shipping documents.
For off-post registration, call the MP Liaison section at Building 13Ion Fort Clayton or call 287-4300.
Vehicle owners who have made changes to their address, license plate number or insurance company must update their registration as well. To register a vehicle, owners will need proof of insurance, a 1994 Panamanian license plate registration, Panamanian driver's license, and a bilingual ID card.
For further information, call the Vehicle Registration Office at 287-4545.
Tips for motorcyclists
The military police remind motorcyclists that in order to ride bikes on post, they must meet the following conditions.
?Each driver must complete an Army-approved motorcycle safety course.
?Operators must be currently licensed by civilian and military authorities.,
?Helmets must be worn at all times. Only helmets that meet U.S. Department of Transportation construction standards are authorized.
?Proper clothing must be worn. Operators will wear proper eye protection, gloves, long trousers, long-sleeved shirt or jacket, reflectorized vest and leather boots or over the ankle shoes.
?Civilians must comply with the same standards while operating their motorcycles on Army installations.
For more information, see Army Regulation 385-55, or call the traffic section at 287-3203 or 289-5405.
Housing Area Crimes July 23-29 Pacific
Fort Clayton 600 area - one larceny of secured private property Curundu - one larceny of secured private property
Quarry Heights - one larceny of unsecured private property
Cocoli - one larceny of secured private property
Off post
Panama City - three larcenies of secured private property
Atlantic
Fort Espinar - two larcenies of secured private property
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Tropic Times
Aug. 19, 1994
What if... trees were prejudiced?
by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero
USARSO Public Affairs Office
~jr Trave you ever wondered what would
t m happen to the world if trees were JL prejudiced? Probably not, but 1 have.
Think about it. The big, majestic old oaks would never allow the skinny-leafed evergreens in their forest. And, if a couple of little birch moved in � there goes the neighborhood.
Of course, the maple trees would be welcome, but only if they lived in their own little corner of the forest and didn't cross the tracks, so to speak. If they dared to do so, the oaks would pelt them with acorns and tell them, "Oaks only in this neck of the woods, if you don't mind."
On the next mountain would grow the lonely evergreens. And, being ridiculed and shunned from the other forest, they must make the best of it here on their mountain.
They have been treated as second class trees by the oaks and maples all of their lives and have spoken out about the wrongfulness of these actions. Even so, these skinny-leafed evergreens do the same to the little birch and other small-trunked trees.
These little brothers of the tree world would find themselves inundated with cones if they thought of moving into the evergreen neighborhood.
"We can't live together," say the evergreens. "After all, they have small trunks and are short."
Well, not being allowed on either mountain, the little trees with the small trunks have to settle for living in the valley below with the bushes. They have to live under the other trees and live on whatever is left over from the mountains when the big trees are finished.
This kind of living has, of course, made these little trees very bitter and when one of the oaks, maples or evergreens tries to move down to the valley in an attempt to begin life as a desegregated forest, it's then that he's taunted and shunned by the small-trunked trees and called a little-tree lover by his fellow big trees.
Then there are the tropical trees. These big, old palm-leafed trees not only won't allow other trees near them, they won't even share the same state. And, they are much too good a tree to live, dare I say, in a multi-seasoned area. No snow will ever touch their tender leaves, nor will they ever even want to see those "others."
"Could you imagine, Maude? Those...those multi-branched, cold weather trees even thinking about moving into our neighborhood?"
"Claudette, bite your coconut! I don't even want to think about it."
Now, probably the most downtrodden of the tree world is the poor, old weeping willow tree. Well, maybe the scraggly, little rain trees of the desert are worse. At
least the weeping willows are allowed to live where they have a chance for water.
But, none of the other trees, not even the small-trunked ones, want to live near the loppy-leafed weeping willow. That's why they are constantly weeping � for the break down of the family of trees. They seem to be the only trees who weep for tree-kind.
"But what can we do all by ourselves," they ask. So they do nothing but watch and weep.
Now, maybe if the tree world had gotten their stuff together in time and realized the important things in their lives, they would have stood a better chance against the only true enemy they really have � those tiny two-trunked creatures who wander through their forests killing so many of their families and dragging them away to parts unknown.
But, the mighty oaks and maples, the skinny-leafed evergreens and the small-trunked trees can only stand by and think to themselves, 'Thank goodness those two-trunkers are not in 'our' forest today."
At the same time, the lonely weeping willow looks on and weeps softly to himself for the destruction of tree-kind, knowing it was ultimately their own fault.
Most, if not all of you, are probably thinking by now I have gone completely off the deep end. You probably think this is totally bizarre and hysterically stupid.
Well, you are right on the second count. It is stupid. Imagine, trees acting like that.
Process of finding a job is a job in itself
by Edward Lesesne
Army Career and Alumni Program Director
rhis is the first of a series of articles addressing the job-search process. We will zero in on one of the major elements each week to provide you with insight into what constitutes a job search plan.
Getting a job is a job. I bet you never thought of it in quite those terms before; however, it's true. In today's job market you have to be thoroughly prepared and understand the job search process if you expect to get a good job.
As a result of downsizing, the Army Career and Alumni Program was developed. It has been so popular and successful that it is now a permanent part of the Army structure. We teach the job
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search process to all soldiers, Department of the Army civilians and their family members, and Department of the Army Panamanian civilians.
A job search plan requires a lot of background information on various subjects. An important one is the resume, however there are many other aspects that are equally or even more important.
Some of these are your objective, cover letter, network, location, financial status, medical considerations and wardrobe. There are more and everyone one of them has sub-elements.
By now you should be getting the picture � putting together a good job search plan is not an easy task.
During this first series we will discuss the three parts of a first impression. What it doesn't say, but is definitely implied, is
pay attention to detail. You might want to clip these articles and save them for reference and take advantage of the ACAP services at least 180 days before separating from the service or two years before retiring.
Generally, when we discuss "first impressions" we talk about dressing for success and the interview process. I believe the term "first impression" takes more than that into account and is actually an evaluation of three criteria: your resume and cover letter, appearance and how you express yourself.
The first evaluation is the impression your resume and cover letter gives the employer. If you don't pass this phase, forget the next two.
Assuming you do pass, the next step is the interview. Your physical impression,
how you are dressed and groomed, will be the next impression you give.
The third impression will be when you speak. This is crucial because you are marketing yourself. If you can not express yourself verbally to convince the interviewer you are the best person for the position, you have lost the battle.
I believe we can say that the "first impression" is composed of three parts: how you present yourself in writing, how you present yourself in appearance and how you present yourself in speech.
If you are within two years of retirement or plan on leaving the service soon, call 287-5844 for an ACAP appointment. This is a mandatory commander's program.
"ACAP � Serving those who have served � we care."
What can we do, individually, to help fight prejudice in our society?
1ishowyou chan
^We can try to understand other cultures, especially when we are overseas, and try to speak their language.''
Susan Thompson Army family member
ttI think people should study more about the history of the United States and the rest of the world."
Sgt. Danilo DelPino Company B, 193rd Support Battalion
"Don't be afraid to listen and associate with other races and treat them the way you want to be treated."
Sgt. A. Staton
Company A, 193rd Support
Battalion
"Basically, if we just treat each other with the same respect we would like to be treated with."
Edith Barry
Army family member
"Education should start at a very early age. It's the parents' responsibility to start teaching the children when they are first born."
Master Sgt. David Crichton U.S. Army Garrison Pacific
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Tropic Times ^7 Aug. 19, 1994 /
Body by Bruce
Innovative PT program promotes excellence
by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero
USARSO Public Affairs Office
U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero
1st Sgt. Walter Bruce does pullups after a long PT run.
FORT CLAYTON - "Body by Bruce" is alive and kicking at the 69th Signal Company.
As a matter of fact, it is kicking no less than 19 times each week�Monday through Sunday.
"With 95 percent of my company working shift work, I plan my PT (physical training) sessions around their hours," said 1st Sgt. Walter Bruce, 69th Signal Company first sergeant. "I hold several PT sessions per day to give everyone the opportunity to participate."
Holding PT this many times is not just a gimmick to force everyone to do PT; however, Bruce's mission is to make PT available, enjoyable, innovative � in other words, to get his soldiers to want to come to PT.
"I began in February and since then, the PT test scores have increased drastically for many," he said. "We even have one soldier whose score went up 59 points in just two months � that's the point to my program."
When the 69th Signal Company won the Commanding General's PT Streamer last year, it did so with an average score of 254 of a possible high of300. The average score now stands at around 260, Bruce said.
"When we go forthe gold (PT Streamer) later this month, I know we will score 265-270 � easily," he said. "My soldiers are ready and eager to go for it."
Bruce's FT program, however, is quite different than most. It involves more than pushup and simp improvement exercises and running each day. He uses innovative ideas of his own and takes suggestions from his soldiers.
"In the beginning it was pushups and situps," he said. "We would do around 300 pushups or situpsper session.
"Once we met the standards, we moved on to more innovative and fun sessions. Each month we have a different theme and we act on this theme each Wednesday," he said.
One month the theme was road marching, another was swimming � the group even had country line dancing one month, Bruce said.
"Body by Bruce" also includes aerobics and circle training. Circle training is when various soldiers are picked to conduct one exercise and they pick the next person. Circle training is a fun way to pick on friends and helps instill a family-type atmosphere of fun, he said.
Another means of making PT fun for his soldiers is by using music.
"Most of my PT sessions are done to music," Bruce said. "You would be amazed to find how much more fun an average PT session can be when done to music."
Though command emphasis is one key to a successful program, Bruce said soldier participation is important as well.
"Our program is probably the most innovative on post and is a model program for all of U.S. Army South," he said. "But the key is to involve the noncommissioned officers. Don't rely solely on the Master Fitness Trainers. Allow yourpeopletocome up with the ideas."
By allowing soldier participation in molding the company' s PT program, Bruce said he feels the program is headed toward complete success.
"People are part of the solution," he said. "People don't like the same old thing, day after day."
Though his PT program is far from easy, Bruce said it is challenging and fun and that's the key to success.
"PT is not just the body, it's the mind too," he said. "If the program is enjoyable, the soldiers want to come and they have the desire to improve � the end result, they do improve."
In Bruce's last unit, his company went from having the lowest PT test average in the battalion to having the highest in the brigade. And he feels the 69th Signal Company could eventually hold the highest average on the isthmus.
"With a good PT program not only comes high PT test scores, but a high morale as well," he said.
"The soldiers see the self improvements and the improvements of their friends and that instills pride and the desire to keep on improving.
"Sure this is hard work, but the soldiers don't mind," Bruce said. "My soldiers are the best around."
Talented soldiers, airmen compete
by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero
USARSO Public Affairs Office
FORT CLAYTON - Two soldiers and one airman sang their way to winning the United Service Organization and AT&T Countdown to Stardom talent competition Saturday here at Valent Recreation Center.
Winning the $500 first prize and a chance to compete against 30 other winners worldwide was Sgt. 1 st Class George Lewis of the 308th Military Intelligence Battalion.
The second place prize of $250 went to Tech. Sgt. Douglas Maynard of the 630th Air Operations Squadron and the third place prize of $100 went to Spc. Renee DeSouza of the 92nd Personnel Service Company.
Though there could only be three winners, 10 competitors took to the stage with music and song to go for the gold.
Three judges scored the competitors in
five categories, including talent, originality and audience reaction.
Even though Lewis won the competition by tabulated points from the judges, he was clearly the audience's favorite as well when his rendition of "Amazing Grace" nearly brought them to their feet.
A video tape of Lewis' performance will be sent to Washington for final judging and, if he wins there, he will take home a $5,000 prize and a recording session at Sony Recording Studios in New York City.
Others who competed were: Pvt. Paul O'Neil, 308th Military Intelligence Battalion; Spc. Derick Braggs, 408th Military Intelligence Battalion; 1st Sgt. Edward Chancey, Company E, 142nd Medical Bat-Uilion;Tech.Sgt.VincentFlores,24thAINS; and Cpl. DeMarco Davis, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion
U.S. Army photos Dy Staff Sgt. Jane Usero
Sgt. 1st Class George Lewis, 308th Military Intelligence Battalion, sings his winning rendition of "Amazing Grace" at the USO/AT&T Countdown to Stardom talent competiton.


8Tropic Times Aug. 19, 1994
Women's Equality Day
Events recognize women's rights, accomplishments
FORT CLAYTON - (USARSO PAO) - U.S. Army South will celebrate Women's Equality Day, Aug. 26 in recognition of the ratification of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote.
The ratification of the 19th Amendment opened a new world of opportunity for the accomplishments of women in America and for their rights of equality in employment and education.
The U.S. Army South Equal Opportunity Office is sponsoring a luncheon in honor of Women's Equality Day. The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. Aug. 26 at the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officers' Club. The 79th Army Band will provide entertainment. For information, call 287-4260.
A series of workshops will be held throughout August in the Pacific and Atlantic communities to celebrate this day.
The courses will be held at the Command Training Center, Building 6523, Corozal and the Fort Davis Education Center. All classes are held 8 a.m.-4 p.m. unless otherwise stated.
Today
Pacific
+Myers-Briggs type inventory - The MBTI is a proven assessment tool to help better understand unique strengths and possible weaknesses. Identify leadership and management styles and work on assets and liabilities. Instructor: Patricia Picard-Ami. Take the inventory 8-10 a.m. Friday and receive the results 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday.
Monday
Pacific
?r/ovv codependency affects career development - Codependents are often fixers and helpers for everyone except themselves. This program will focus on how codependent behavior patterns limit career potential. Instructor: Dr. Glorie Wright.
?/r is the best of times, it is the worst of times: Changes and Choices � the only certainty in life is CHANGE. Participants will gain a better understanding of their specific attitudes that could hinder healthy coping skills. Problem solving strategies and techniques for the here and now will be a primary focus. Instructor: Marian Wingo.
Tuesday
Atlantic
+Peak Performance - Learn how to can become a peak performer and inspire those you work with to do so also. Instructor: Dr. Glorie Wright.
Pacific
^Joining the empowered team - Building an empowered work team means building an effective and excellence oriented unit that responds to the new realities of the working world. Participants will learn to creatively deal withproblems and maximize opportunity toward increased quality performance on an empowered work team. Instructor: Marian Wingo.
^Raising PG kids in an X-rated society - Tipper Gore seeks to inform parents and call them to action to check the unbridled excesses of the entertainment media including violent, sexually explicit nature of some music, videos, and concerts. Instructor: Chap.(Capt.) Leon G. Kircher. The class will be held 8-11 a.m.
?Tie "Shadow" Generation - This class will explore the issues surrounding the people born between 1961 and 1981. This generation of twenty-somethings have very specific ways of dealing with life, work, relationships, leisure time and money and has replaced the "Baby Boomers" as the largest class of people in the country. Instructor: Chap.(Capt.) Leon Kircher. The class will be held 1-4 p.m. Wednesday
Atlantic
?More Power to You - Positive self esteem provides us with the self-confidence needed to pursue new ventures and build solid relationships in the workplace and home. Instructor: Celia Maxwell. Pacific
? Peak Performance - (see previous description) Instructor: Dr. Glorie Wright.
? Women's health issues - Good health, both mental and physical, is a woman's most important asset. We need to be active participants in our own health care. A group of distinguished guests will discuss a variety of health-related topics that affect your career, your family, and your well-being. Instructors: Kendra Kettleman, Eliza Icaza, Dr. Rosa Crespo de Britton, and Sgt. 1st Class Julie Hoover.
Thursday
Pacific
+lmposter Phenomenon - Many successful people are plagued with the fear that they are not really as capable as they appear. Learn how to identify the impostor phenomenon and steps to breaking the Impostor habits either for yourself or those your work with. Instructor: Dr. Glorie Wright.
+Ways Women Lead - Leadership is a challenge at all times. Being a woman in a
Information booths available
COROZAL (USARSO PAO) - The following booths will be set up at the command training center, Bldg. 6523, Corozal to celebrate Women's Equality Day::
Monday
Health screening by Army Community Health Nursing Office 8 a.m.-2 p.m includes orientation on self breast exam, cholesterol check, blood pressure check, and brochures on AIDS, smoking cessation, nutrition, physical fitness and more. Tuesday
The Education Center will offer a
counselor 10 a.m.-noon.
Wednesday Military carrers will be discussed by recruiter Sgt 1 st Class Lopez 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Thursday
Volunteering will be discussed by the DCA volunteer program
Red Cross representatives will give an overview of the organization and first aid demonstrations.
Friday
Canal Crafters will give information on classes offered and display products.
leadership position offers challenges and opportunities. Effective women managers must develop personal skills to successfully compete in today's world. Women must project an image of a competent, assertive and personally powerful manger. Instructor: Marian Wingo.
?ffow to Start Your Own Business -Learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur. In the afternoon, you will have the opportunity to ask questions of a panel of professionals and businesswomen who have done what many of us have dreamed of doing. Instructor: Celia Maxwell.
? Understanding Organization Politics - When trying to get things done in our organizations, we are often our own worst enemies. Simply, we don't know how to negotiate the roadblocks that are in our way. Understanding the unwritten rules is crucial. Learn how to pass those roadblocks! Instructor: Lucia Acevedo. The class will be held 8 a.m.-noon.
^Sexual Harassment Awareness - This seminar will explore the impact of sexual harassment on individuals and on the organization. It includes understanding your responsibility for taking action about sexual harassment. Instructor: Norela Labby. The class will be held 1-3 p.m. Aug. 26
Pacific
^Conflict Managment - Participants in this workshop will learn to identify intra-personal and interpersonal conflicts and develop management skills for each. They will learn when conflict is to our advantage and when and how it works to our disadvantage. Instructor: Dr. Gloria Wright.
?77ie Organized Professional - How organized are you? This class will help you to set priorities, get organized and stay on top of things. Learn how to reduce your workload through systematic work planning. Instructor: Celia Maxwell.
^Presenting the Best You - Developing a professional image is a learned technique. This workshop focuses on developing a new approach of self presentation. Instructors: Darla Eddie and Fay Coney.
+Self Defense - You will learn basic principles of protection: how to protect yourself on the streets, in your car, and in your home. The instructor is Deborah Nissenbaum. The class will be held 8 a.m.-noon.
+How to Work A Room - This course will help you to successfully manage mingling. Learn techniques that will help you to leave meetings, conventions, and parties with new contacts, new referrals, and new friends. Instructor: Leonard Wickham. The class will be held 1-4 p.m.
To reserve a space in the workshops, obtain your supervisor's permission and submit a DD Form 1556 to the Labor and Employee Development Division, Unit
7150, Corozal or handcarry to Building 6523, Corozal. You may also submit a DD Form 1556 by Fax to 285-4664. To reserve a space, call 285-5463/5161.
The classes are open to civilian or military women or men. Family members are also welcome to attend.
Rodman hosts workshops for equality day
RODMAN NS (USNAVSTA-PANC ANAL PAO) - Rodman NS is sponsoring a series of events to commemorate "Women's Equality Day" Aug. 26. Anyone wishing to sign up for the workshops being offered should call April Talley or Marijean Metz at 283-5749. Here is a list of the day's activities:
7:30 a.m.- Coffee and welcome by Capt Rowley
8 a.m.- Building Self-Esteem in Children presented by Ms. Sandra Thomas, director, USA Girl Scouts overseas.
9 a. in. - Women's Health and Nutrition given by Laurie Rowley, MS, RD, Gorgas Army Community Hospital.
10:30 a.m. Self-Defense Training presented by Security Training.
11:30 - Lunch will be a picnic lunch provided by the Military Spouses Association.
noon- Worldwide Trends in Promoting Women in Panama presented by Jesselinde L. Gonzalez C. de Toyloy, United Nations.
Women in the Workplace:
12:30 p.m. - Entering the Workforce presented by Linda Eberenz, Civilian Personnel Officedirector.
1 pan. - Federal Women's Program given by Xenia Link.
1:30 p.m. Panel of Successful Women includes Clea Efthemidas, Panama Canal Commission lawyer/Navy Reservist; Lorri Gilchrist, Navy commander; Nancy Trotter, Navy civilian; Tony Sanchez, Army civilian.
2:30 p.m. - Women and Investigating/Retirement Consideration by Tax Service, Inc.
3:30 pan. - Booths set up for volunteering, education, home business, sports, color consultant, Mary Kay representative, hair consultant and more.


Aug. 19,1994 Quarry Heights, Republic of Panama Page 9

A man called Horse
Department of Defense photo by Sgt. Lori Davis
Red Machine line backer Roberto "Horse" George gets down into a three-point stance. Red Machine's returning players practiced and hopeful players tried out for teams at Balboa Stadium last week. See story and photos on Page 10.
Rodman NS sponsors Labor Day sports
COROZAL (Tropic Times) - As part of the Jam '94 Labor Day festivities, Rodman NS will host various sporting events.
A slow-pitch softball tournament will be held Sept. 2-5. Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded for the. first, second and third place teams, and the first and second most valuable players. It is open to all military personnel and civilians over the age of 17. There is a $ 150 team entry fee. Participation is limited to the first 15 teams who pay the entry fee before the Aug. 26 deadline. Each team is limited to 15 players.
A basketball tournament will be held Sept. 3-5. Trophies will be awarded to the first and second place teams, and first and second most valuable players. It is open to all military personnel and civilians over the age of 17. There is a $75 entry fee. Participation is limited to the first 10 teams who pay the entry fee before the Aug. 26 deadline. Each team is limited to 12 players.
There will be coaches' meetings for both events 6:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Rodman Fitness Center.
There will also be a 5K run starting at 7 a.m. Sept. 3. Pre-registration is $8 before Monday; late registration will be $10. The fee includes T-Shirts and trophies for first and second place in each division, and medallions for third place.
There will be a bass fishing tournament Sept. 3. Entry fee is $12 before Aug. 30, and $15 thereafter. Cash prizes will be awarded for the heaviest fish, the heaviest stringer of three, and the heaviest stringer of five. Register at the Marina Office or at the-Gamboa Ramp the day of the tournament. Call 283-3147/3150 for more information.
Athletic physicals available for students
COROZAL (Tropic Times) -The Department of Defense Dependents Schools will hold Interscholastic Athletic Physicals at various locations in August. College students can get forms at Panama Canal College, high school students at Balboa High School and junior high school students at Curundu Junior High School before the date of the physical exam.
Family members of active duty servicemembers can get physicals at Cristobal High School 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday and the Adolescent Clinic (located next to BHS in Building 711) 3-6 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Family members of civilians can go to the following places:
CJHS 8 a.m.-4 p.m. today
BHS 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 26
For information call BHS at 282-7896, CHS at 289-3690 and CJHS at 286-6254.
New Panama MPs don't get Signal, 62-28
by Sgt. Lori Davis
Tropic Times sports editor
FORT CLAYTON - Eleven minutes into the game the point spread was 22-6, jumping up to 34-9 at the half. Company A, 154th Signal Battalion slaughtered Panama Military Police Company 2, 62-28.
The former Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Law Enforcement Activity, needed a new defense to go with their new name. Signal beat them on rebounds, steals, fast breaks and points.
From Gary Mixon feeding the inside pass to Antonio Bryan for the score to Charles Tucker snagging rebounds as the MPs stayed rooted to
the floor, Signal thrashed their opposition,
Signal's Bryan lead the way with 19 points, followed by Clifford Walker with 13, Mixon with 9 and David Eves with 8.
The 4-2 Signal dropped their first two games, but new players are pushing their come-back.
"Now that we have people back who were down range I don't see us losing another game," Bryan said. "We play better because more people are stepping up to take the shots."
The MPs took the shots to the chin.
'There's no point play ing good defense when you can't score," said MPcoach Edward Weeks.
The 4-3 MPs were not on their game, but Weeks admitted Signal was one of the toughest opponents they've faced.
Department of Defense photo by Sgt.
Co. A, 154th Signal Battalion's David Eves drives into the
Lori Davis
lane.
Football
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From returning players to rookies, the Red Machine coaching staff looks ahead to the 1994 season.
Don't miss a game with the Tropic Times 1994 full-season schedule of high school football.
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jj Tropic Times
Aug. 19, 1994
JLs
Sports
Football Is back
Teams get ready for 1994 season
Department of Defense photos by Sgt. Lori Davis
Red Machine's center and defensive tackle Daniel Lopez (left) and offensive guard and defensive tackle Arthur Krapfl listen to instructions from their coaches.
by Sgt. Lori Davis
Tropic Times sports editor
BALBOA - Monday marked the return to the gridiron for some players and a chance for rookies to make the team. Whether it was the hot Panama sun or the keen eyes of the coaches, players were sweating it out on Balboa Field.
Monday was the first day of the 1994 football season. The Red Machine coaches didn't waste time, helping their returning players shake-off their easy-going summer vacation attitudes and get back into the disciplined game of football.
Following practice the coaches looked at the new talent during try-outs.
"Everyone who tries out will get drafted," said assistant coach William Fahy. "The only players not on a team are those who decide not to play."
The Red Machines returning players look good this season. One game out of firsi last season, he said his team already has an eye on breaking up the three-way tie for first place between the Tigers, Devils and Bulldogs.
Draft selections will be published in an upcoming issue of the Tropic Times.
Red Machine head coach Rick Dahlstrom (left) and assistant coach William Fahy tell their players about the importance of getting in good physical condition.
1994 high school football schedule
Red Machine assistant coach William Pah� runs his players through grass drills.
Sept. 2 Jamboree CHS 5:30 p.m.
Sept. 9 Cougars vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m.
Red Machine vs. Bulldogs BHS 5:30 p.m.
Devils vs. Kolts BHS 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 16 Red Machine vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m.
Bulldogs vs. Devils BHS 5:30 p.m.
Cougars vs. Kolts BHS 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 23 Devils vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m.
Cougars vs. Red Machine BHS 5:30 p.m.
Bulldogs vs. Kolts BHS 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 29 Red Machine vs. Kolts BHS 6 p.m.
Sept. 30 Tigers vs. Bulldogs BHS 5:30 p.m.
Devils vs. Cougars BHS 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 7 Cougars vs. Bulldogs BHS 5:30 p.m.
Devils vs. Red Machine BHS 7:30 p.m.
Kolts vs. Tigers CHS 6:30 p.m.
Oct 13 Kolts vs. Cougars BHS 6 p.m.
Oct. 14 Tigers vs. Red Machine BHS 5:30 p.m.
Devils vs. Bulldogs BHS 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 21 Cougars vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m.
Bulldogs vs. Red Machine BHS 5:30 p.m.
Kolts vs. Devils BHS 7:30 p.m.
Oct 28 Devils vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m.
Red Machine vs. Cougars BHS 5:30 p.m.
Kolts vs. Bulldogs BHS 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 4 Bulldogs vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m.
Kolts vs. Red Machine BHS 5:30 p.m.
Cougars vs. Devils BHS 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 10 Kolts vs. Tigers CHS 6:30 p.m.
Red Machine vs. Devils BHS 5:30 P.m.
Bulldogs vs. Cougars BHS 7:30 p.m.


Sports
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SCN AM Radio 790/1420 airs pro football action
Tonight
6:30 p.m.: Football: Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions Saturday
7 p.m.: Football: New York Giants at New York Jets Sunday
7 p.m.: Football: Denver Broncos at Dallas Cowboys Monday
7 p.m.: Football: Chicago Bears at Kansas City Chiefs Thursday
9 p.m.: Football: Los Angeles Rams at San Diego Chargers Aug. 26
7 p.m.: Football: Miami Dolphins at Minnesota Vikings
Editor's note: SCN AM Radio 1420 will be off the air for three weeks for system improvements. The Atlantic community should tune their radio to 790 AM or 98.3 FM.
Unit level basketball on local sports schedule
?U.S. Air Force Basketball Howard Sports and Fitness Center Today
6:05 p.m.: CES vs. Co. B, 536th 7:05 p.m.: AIS/OSS vs. Trans 8:05 p.m.: Co. A, 1-228th vs. MSS
Monday
6:05 p.m.: Comm. (B) vs. SPS (A) 7:05 p.m.: Co. A, 1-228th vs. AIS/OSS 8:05 p.m.: Comm. (A) vs. AMSS (A)
Tuesday
6:05 p.m.: MS vs. 640th AMSS (A) 7:05 p.m.: SPS (B) vs. HSC, 536th 8:05 p.m.: HHC, 1-228th vs. MSS
Wednesday
6:05 p.m.: HHC, 1 -228th vs. Supply (B)
7:05 p.m.: MS vs. CES
8:05 p.m.: SPS (B) vs. HSC, 536th
Thursday
6:05 p.m.: SPS (B) vs. Med. Grp. 7:05 p.m.: Comm. (B) vs. Co. A, 1-
228th
8:05 p.m.: ALS vs. CES Aug. 26
6:05 p.m.: AMSS (B) vs. Trans.
7:05 p.m.: Co. B, 536th vs. HSC, 536th
8:05 p.m.: AIRPS/SVS vs. SPS (A)
?U.S. Army Basketball Reeder Physical Fitness Center Red League
Today
6 p.m.: Co. A, 154th vs. Co. E, 1-228th
7 p.m.: Co. B, 154th vs. SCN
8 p.m.: HHC, LEA (2) vs. 534th Monday
6 p.m.: HHC, 128th vs. 214th
7 p.m.: 106th vs. 69th
8 p.m.: MEDDAC vs. HHC, LEA (1) Wednesday
6 p.m.: 214th vs. HHC, LEA (2)
7 p.m.: Co. E, 1-228th vs. HHC, 128th
8 p.m.: SCN vs. 106th Aug. 26
6 p.m.: HHC, LEA (2) vs. 69th
7 p.m.: Co. B, 154th vs. HHC, LEA (1)
8 p.m.: Co. A, 154th vs. MEDDAC
White League
Tuesday
6 p.m.: US AG vs. HHD, 470th
7 p.m.: Co. A, 193rd Spt. vs. HHC, 142nd
Thursday
6 p.m.: Co. A, 308th vs. Co. B, 193rd Spt.
7 p.m.: HHC, 142nd vs. Co. A, 193rd Spt.
?U.S. Navy Basketball Tuesday
6 p.m. SCIATTS vs. SBU-26
7 p.m. IANTN vs. Marines Wednesday
6 p.m. NSWU-8 vs. Port Services
7 p.m. SCIATTS vs. Roadrunners Thursday
6 p.m. IANTN vs. PWD
7 p.m. SBU-26 vs. Marines
?Summer Slam Pony Basketball League Saturday
Noon: Jazz vs. Suns (Balboa) 1:15 p.m.: Knicks vs. Rockets (Balboa)
2:30 p.m.: Sonics vs. Pacers (Balboa) Tuesday
5 p.m: Rockets vs. Suns (Albrook)
6 p.m.: Jazz vs. Sonics (Albrook) Thursday
5 p.m.: Knicks vs. Pacers (Albrook) ?Summer Slam 3-on-3 Basketball League Fort Clayton
Today
7 p.m.: Team 5 vs. Team 3 7:30 p.m.: Team 6 vs. Team 2
8 p.m.: Team 7 vs. Team 1 Monday
7p.m.:TBD 7:30 p.m.: TBD 8 p.m.: TBD Aug. 26
7 p.m.: TBD 7:30 p.m.: TBD
8 p.m.: TBD
Last trial for U.S. Army South 10-miler team set
The third U.S. Army South 10-Miler Team trials will be 6 a.m. Aug. 27 starting at Reeder Physical Fitness Center. This is the final trial for the team.
For more information, call Allen Jones at 287-5444 or Willie Moye at 287-6411.
Running association holds 10-kilometer race
The Panama Armed Forces Running Association will hold a 15-kilometer race 6:30 a.m. Sunday starting at the Panama Canal College. The event is sponsored by the Isthmus Road Runners.
Rodman Marina sponsors shark fishing
There will be a shark fishing trip aboard the 42' Vargas 6 a.m.-l p.m. Aug. 27. The boat departs from Rodman Marina, there is a $38 fee. Maximum of eight people. For more information call Rodman Marina at 283-3147.
Sailing lessons offered at Pedro Miguel Boat Club
Beginning sailing lessons are being offered 9 a.m.-l p.m. Saturday and Sunday and Aug. 20-21 at the Pedro Miguel Boat Club. Cost is $75 per person. Graduates will receive a certification card. For more information call 287-5968.
Air Force sponsors soccer tournament
An intramural soccer tournament is scheduled for 5 p.m. Sept. 9-11 at Albrook Field. Registration is open through Sept. 2 at the Howard Sports and Fitness Center.
Air Force sponsors 47th annual 5/10-kilometer run
The 47th Annual U.S. Air Force 5/10-kilometer Fun Run will be 6:30 a.m. Sept. 17. Sign-up by Sept. 12, there are three age categories for men and women. Awards will be given for first and second places, t-shirts will be given to the first25 individuals in each race.
Howard center offers Friday fun runs, t-shirts
The Howard Sports and Fitness Center has a TGIF 5-kilometer fun run, 5:15 a.m.-6 p.m. Fridays. Register at the center to win a t-shirt in the drawing following the run.
Climb tennis ladder in Howard tournament
Howard Sports and Fitness Center has an ongoing tennis ladder tournament. Register at Howard SFC. Challenge your opponents on your own schedule and improve your game while climbing the ladder.
Howard's body fat check shows workout success
The Howard Sports and Fitness Center offers body fat analysis for a small fee. The test helps fitness conscious people monitor the success of their work out program.
Howard, Albrook offer various aerobic classes
The Howard Sports and Fitness Center offers step aerobics 8:45-9:45 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Step and high-low aerobics 4:45-5:45 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Al-
brook Sports and Fitness Center has aerobics 8-9 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and jazzercise 5-6 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Tang Soo Do taught at Curundu, Clayton
Tang Soo Do is taught 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Pacific Theater Arts Center, Building 2060 in the Curundu housing area and 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Valent Recreation Center. Classes are open to adults and children 4 years old and up. For information, call 286-3814 at Curundu and 287-6500 at Fort Clayton.
Sports directory
Sports Offices
U.S. Air Force 284-3451 U.S. Army 287-4050 U.S. Navy 283-4061
Bowling centers
Albrook AFS 286-4260
Fort Clayton 287-6366
Curundu 286-3914
Fort Espinar 289-4100
Howard AFB 284-4190
Scuba diving
Albrook AFS 286-4090
Fort Davis 289-3208
Fort Kobbe 284-4854
Howard AFB 284-5766
Balboa Dive Club 263-8077
Rodman NS 283-5307
Golf courses
Fort Amador 282-4511 Horoko 283-6346
Fitness centers
Albrook AFS 286-3307
Fort Clayton 287-3861
Fort Davis 289-3496
Howard AFB 284-3451
Rodman NS 283-4222
Swimming pools
Albrook AFS 286-3555
Balboa 252-5493
Curundu 286-6260
Farfan 284-4252
Fort Clayton 287-6660
Fort Davis 289-3272
Fort Espinar 289-4189
Gamboa 256-6425
Gatun 243-5233
Howard AFB 284-3569
LosRios 252-6417
Margarita 243-7229
Rodman NS 283-4253
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Standings
U.S. Navy Unit-level 24th MSS 5 1 1 Rockets 6 2 2 5. 56:25 Clinton Davis
Basketball League 640th AMSS (B) 6 4 2 Pacers 5 3 3 6. 57:15 William Segars
SBU-26 6 0 - HHC, 1-228th 2 4 4 Suns 3 4 4.5 7. 57:30 Jose Haro
Roadrunners 5 1 1 24th Comm. (B) 0 5 5.5 Jazz 1 7 7 8. 57:45 Scott Digruttolo
Marines 4 3 2.5 National League Sonics 0 7 7.5 9. 58:49 Edward Perea
IANTN 3 3 3 Eastern Division 3-on-3 League 10. 59:54 Mark Hunt
PWD 3 4 3.5 640th AMSS (A) 5 0 - Team 5 6 1 - 12. 1:00:00 Robert Gotay
SCIATTS 2 4 4 24th Supply (A) 5 1 .5 Team 4 4 2 1.5 14. 1:02:38 Paul Stevenson
NSWU-8 2 4 4 24th Comm. (A) 2 2 2.5 Team 1 3 3 2.5 15. 1:03:24 Peter Frederich
Port Svcs. 0 6 6 24th Med. Grp. 0 7 6 Team 2 3 3 2.5 16. 1:03:55 Ramon Figueroa
*as of Monday Western Division Team 3 3 3 2.5 18. 1:04:49 Enrique Gordon
U.S. Air Force Unit-levelBaskteball 24th Maint. Sq. 5 3 - Team 6 2 3 3 19. 1:05:05 Hector Clemcnte
American League 24th CES 4 3 .5 Team 7 0 6 5.5 20. 1:05:10 Alberto Figueroa
Northern Division HSC, 536th 4 4 1 *as of Thursday 22. 1:08:05 William Johnson
24th AIS/OSS 5 2 - 24th SPS (B) 1 3 2 23. 1:10:01 Sue Bozgoz
24th Supply (B) 4 5 .5 310th ALS forfeit from league U.S Army South 10-Miler Team 24. 1:12:54 Robert Neske
24th Trans. 5 5 .5 trial results 25. 1:13:50 Ethenia Torres
24th AIRPS/SVS 4 3 .5 Summer Slam Place Time Name 26. 1:14:33 Genoveva Ifill
Co. A, 1-228th 2 4 2 Youth Basketball Program 2. 53:51 Robert Czech 27. 1:15:46 Michelle Digruttolo
Southern Division Pony League 3. 55:55 Corey Smallwood 28. 1:17:39 Traci Thompson
24th SPS (A) 6 0 - Knicks 8 0 4. 56:10 Brian Coutch 29. 1:18:20 Andres Magana


Tropic Times
Aug. 19, 1994
News
SOUTHCOM pushes 'Buy Panama' program
by Spc. Tom Findtner
Tropic Times staff
PANAMA CITY, Panama - The U.S. Southern Command director of logistics encouraged local businessmen to "Buy Panama," while serving as guest speaker at an American Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Panama meeting Aug. 10 in Panama City.
Marine Col. Richard F. Holihan provided information on how local companies can capitalize on business opportunities with the Department of Defense through the "Buy Panama" policy.
"We think it is a good program and one that infuses a lot of money into the Panamanian economy," Holihan said.
Under guidelines of the 1977 Panama Canal Treaty, U.S. forces are required to give preference to the purchase of Panamanian goods and services. However, this is provided that they are available as required and are of comparable quality and price as those which may be obtained from other sources. In addition, such preference shall apply to the maximum extent possible.
"Since 1982, DoD has spent over$l billion in the pur-
chase of local goods and services," Holihan said.
U.S. sanctions imposed on Panama from May 1988 through December 1989, reduced local procurements. After Operation Just Cause, preferential buying of Panamanian products was resumed. As part of the U.S. effort to assist the country's economic recovery, U.S. SOUTHCOM established the "Buy Panama" program in 1990 to increase the level of military spending. That same year, the U.S. invested $102 million in the Panamanian economy, followed by $125 million in 1991.
"We spent $132 million in 1992 and $147 million last year," Holihan said."Our goal for this fiscal year is to procure a total of $107 million in local goods and services. We are well on our way to meeting or exceeding our goal again this year, having spent $105 million with three months left to go. Next year we expect the same level of success in our buying program."
Even as the U.S. reduces its forces in Panama over the next five years, DoD still has a continued obligation to give preference to local businesses, Holihan said. This strategy ensures that in the process of leaving Panama, U.S. SOUTHCOM will continue to maintain its focus on the program.
"There are many opportunities still out there," Holihan said. "As an example, just recently, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Panama Canal Commission awarded contracts estimated at $11 million annually to three local petroleum companies," Holihan said.
Holihan emphasized that U.S. SOUTHCOM has undertaken a proactive approach to creating a greater awareness of the "Buy Panama" program within the local business community. Last month, the 24th Wing held a "Buy Panama" Symposium and Trade Fair at Howard AFB. More than 150 Panamanian business representatives attended the event.
In addition, the command sponsors a forum on the program for the local business community on a quarterly basis. U.S. SOUTHCOM also has issued a letter to the Panamanian and American Chambers of Commerce, requesting their feedback on the "Buy Panama" program and solicited suggestions on ways to increase local vendor opportunities, Holihan said.
During Holihan's speech, Air Force Capt. Jacinto Rodriguez, U.S. SOUTHCOM logistics readiness officer, served as interpreter for Spanish-speaking audience members.
Medical officials set up shop in Darien rainforest
by Lilana Levy-Dutram
USARSO Public Affairs Office
BARRIALES, Darien - Most of us would consider a 5-mile hike through dense tropical jungle to see a doctor, too much of a sacrifice; but for people living in remote areas of the Darien rainforest, it's a fact of life. For these people, occasional medical tours are the only source of health care.
The U.S. Army Medical Department Activity, the 142nd Medical Battalion and the Panamanian Ministry of Health, were recently in the town of Barriales, near the Colombian border, as part of a Medical Readiness Training Exercise,
The soldiers and Ministry of Health workers, examed the residents, supplied them with medicine and taught them about preventive medicine. The exercise also included veterinary services as well.
The MEDRETE offered stations for general health, dental care and pap smears. Nutrition and preventive medicine classes were taught to help the residents learn measures to improve their health.
Maj. Ronnie Brannon, MEDRETE officer in charge, said teaching preventive medicine was one of the major goals of the exercise.
"What we're trying to do is show them how to better care for themselves so that they can incorporate the hygiene and nutrition measures we are teaching them into their lifestyle. The focus is on preventive care," he said.
Evelio Villamonle,14, a resident of
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Hyacinth Dawkins
Sgt. Roger Young, veterinary services, deworms a horse during a Medical Readiness Exercise in Darien Province.
Santa Barbara, five hours walking distance from Barriales, made the long hike to the MEDRETE with his sister.
"It's been a long time since a medical tour went to Santa Barbara so when we heard they were going to be here we
made sure we came," he said.
The MEDRETE was expected to treat about 1,200 patients, Brannon said.
Even though the MEDRETE's main purpose was to provide the local residents with health care, it also brought the U.S. soldiers closer to the Panamanian people.
Dr. Clever Gonzalez, from the Ministry of Health, said this is the third joint medical exercise he has participated in. The doctors consult one another and the relationship that has developed as one of mutual respect, Gonzalez said.
The townspeople were very grateful for the attention they were getting. Brannon described their eagerness to help the exercise participants.
The day they arrived it was "almost like a carnival atmosphere," he said. "We were waiting on supplies so we had some down time and played soccer with the children. They helped us carry the supplies and gave us some of the local food such as corn and plantains."
Another aspect of the exercise was the veterinary medicine station. Animals in the area included dogs, cows and pigs.
The veterinarians focused on deworm-ing the animals and giving them rabies vaccinations and vitamins.
Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Cunningham, from the Gorgas Army Community Hospital Veterinary Clinic, said the main problem found was bat bites. He added that most of the horses and cattle were in fair condition.
Following Barriales, the MEDRETE moved on to the townsite of Maringanti.
Engineers' visit sewage treatment facility
by Staff Sgt Rian Clawson
24th Wing Public Affairs
HOWARD AFB - "This job stinks!" would generally be a negative comment, but for some people, it's a simple statement of fact. The men and women who work at the sewage treatment facility here fall into that category, but most agree that, although they never really "get used to" the smell, it's not "that bad" and they learn to accept it.
Still, most of them probably wouldn't go far out of their way to visit a sewage treatment facility somewhere else.
Members of the World Health Organization-sponsored Environmental and Sanitary Engineering Congress, on the other hand, came from as far away as Mexico to visit Howard's sewage treatment facility Aug. 9. Twenty-six engineers and architects, along with professors and student from Panama and Mexico, came to view the only sewage treatment facility of this
type in Central America, and to learn how their own facilities might be improved.
"We must adopt this high technology and apply it to other countries," said Dr. Vincent .longuitud, president of the Society of Mexican Sanitary and Environmental Engineers. At the same time Jonguitud praised the facility's benefits for both people and environment, he explained to the students who made the trip, "We will have to modify it to make it feasible in other, developing countries."
"One of the focuses of this international congress was on how to save the environment," said Jimmy Chavers, natural resources manager for the 24th Civil Engineer Squadron. "Sewage is the principal source of pollution in the rivers, lakes, and oceans of the world, so one of the best ways we can help save our environment is to improve our methods of sewage treatment."
"You cannot find another facility like this anywhere around here," said Julio Alzamora,
Howard sewage plant supervisor. "This is a unique plant, complete with secondary treatment."
The plant pushes raw sewage through several steps, including the secondary treatment' which incorporates microorganisms (bacteria) to consume waste materials.
"We have here a biological activated sludge system," Alzamora said. "The microorganisms literally consume the waste material as food. Our process combines bacteria with the organic materials that are in the domestic waste water. This creates a final effluent which contains no disease-causing organisms and which is clear enough to go to the ocean."
"In accordance with the Treaty Implementation Plan, we have a set goal, one that requires us to make a commitment to protect the environment," Chavers said. "When people see our sewage treatment facility operations, they are generally very impressed with the way we are meeting this goal."
Jimmy Chavers, (second from left) and Dr. Vincent Jonguitud (pointing) explain the biological activated sludge system process to Panamanian and Mexican students.


Aug. 19,1994
Tropictivities
A quality of life guide for the U.S. community in Panama _Page Bl
Courtesy photo
Learning seamanship
Two of the Japan Training Squadron's destroyer fleet, the DD Nagatsuki (167) and DD Mochizuki (166), slice through open waters enroute to Panama. Four ships paid a visit to Rodman NS in the midst of a five-month training exercise. See story and photos on Page B3.
Youth News Page B2 I Community Page B5 I and more
Red Cross youth volunteers were honored for their outstanding service during an awards ceremony.
Bird owners wishing to ship their feathered friends from Panama to the U.S. face lots of "red tape."
?Movies, Page B8 ?TV, Page B9 ?Potpourri, Page B12
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Department of Defense photo by Floyd Able
More than 35 student volunteers were recognized for outstanding work this summer during a presentation Aug. 12 at the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officers Club. Eight volunteers, present at the party, were recognized for more than one year of service. Pictured left to right are Emmitt Lane, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Lucy Souffront, Red Cross station chairman; Marie Souffront, worked with industrial hygiene; Laura Marta Sanchez, volunteered at the Gorgas pharmacy; Cecilia Ciceraro, volunteered at the Fort Clayton Child Development Center; Mayra Feliu, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Sarai Bibbo, volunteered at the Gorgas pharmacy; Jean-Paul Souffront, volunteered at the entomology clinic and at the Quarry Heights Post Office; Nikki Chislom, volunteered at the Fort Clayton Post Office; and Pattie Brower, summer youth program chairman.
Student volunteers' attitude, excellent service recognized
by Floyd Able and Charlotte Souffront
Tropic Times student hires
COROZAL - Students who participated in the Red Cross youth volunteer program gathered at the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officer's Club for the annual presentation of awards for outstanding work Aug. 12.
More than 35 students attended the party held in their honor. The volunteers were served pizza, soda, pie, icecream and more.
Pattie Brower, summer youth program chairman, said the youth volunteer program was a success.
"The volunteer work program went extremely well," Brower said. "Some offices did not want volunteers at first.
"Employees thought they would spend valuable work time babysitting the students. But the volunteer group proved them wrong by being responsible, cooperative and having positive attitudes in the work place," she said. "We
are very proud of all the kids and the way the program turned out."
Eight students, attending the party, have volunteered for more than one year. They were: Emmitt Lane, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Marie Souffront, worked with industrial hygiene; Laura Marta Sanchez, volunteered at the Gorgas pharmacy; Cecilia Ciceraro, volunteered at the Fort Clayton Child Development Center; Mayra Feliu, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Sarai Bibbo, volunteered at the Gorgas pharmacy; Jean-Paul Souffront, volunteered at the entomology clinic and at the Quarry Heights Post Office; and Nikki Chislom, volunteered at the Fort Clayton Post Office.
The students said that they enjoyed the work, and some plan on volunteering again next year.
"I want to be a doctor or a pharmacist some day," Sanchez said. "So this experience may help me get into medical school.
"I would do it again," she said.
Youth Services - Atlantic offers children something for every day
FORT ESPINAR (USARSO PAO Atlantic) - Although it may feel like summer year-round, for children summer vacation means a couple of months of freedom from the classroom. It could also mean a couple of months of "nothing to do." But not if Youth Services - Atlantic can help it.
Youth Services has been serving up fun-filled activities for school-aged youths here since 1965 with everything from cooking classes to lock-ins. Children have something to do every day of the week with five ongoing free activities: cooking classes Mondays, sports Tuesdays and Thursdays, arts and crafts Wednesdays and movies or Teddy Bear Bingo Fridays, according to Angelia Wilson, youth development specialist, YS-Atlantic.
Youth Services also provides free transportation from schools to the youth center during the school year, Wilson added. The YS activities have been successful both in participation and in keeping children out of trouble, he said.
"Our programs help keep the kids in a positive, safe environment," she said. 'They learn that they can trust us and they can trust their parents."
Children benefit from YS programs in other ways as well, Wilson said.
"They get the chance to meet other kids in the community, and they learn a lot from the classes we offer," she said.
The Atlantic program's success can be partially credited to the size of the community, Wilson said.
"Youth Services is highly successful here," Wilson
said. "The programs we've offered have been well attended. I think I've seen just about every child in our community come through here at one point or another."
The small community has also led to good volunteer support, according to Paul Tommee, director, YS-Atlantic.
"In a larger community, it's easy to get lost in the shuffle," said Tommee, who worked with Pacific Youth Services before transferring to Fort Espinar. "In a small community like this, there's a hometown atmosphere, and people really pull together.
"We normally have 50 different volunteers helping us throughout the year."
Those volunteers are a valuable asset to the center's five-person staff, Wilson added.
YS-Atlantic, set to close at the end of fiscal year 1995, will offer several specials and free giveaways in its final year, Tommee said.
"In our last year, we'll be giving out a lot of 'freebies,'" he said. "The community should be looking for them. We'll be cutting prices on our programs that have sign-up fees and giving away T-shirts."
"It's our way of giving back to the Atlantic community, to show how much we've appreciated the support," Wilson added.
Youth activities
Girl Scouts - Panama will hold a membership registration 6:30 p.m. Aug. 30 at the Fort Clayton Youth Center and in the Sunshine Room, Building 807, Albrook AFB. For more information, contact the Girl Scouts service center at 285-6867.
Albrook/Howard
?Youth centers 286-3195/284-4700:
Bicycle rodeo 9-11 a.m. Saturday.
Register for youth (ages 5-18) fall soccer season before Aug. 27.
Back to School Pre-teen Dance 7:30-10:30 p.m. today. For ages 8-13 only.
Hideout Senior Teen Dance for ages 15-18, 7:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday at the Howard NCO Club ballroom. Admission is $2. Transportation will be . provided from Albrook Youth Center and Clayton Youth Activities. Pick-up at 6:30 p.m. and return at 11:45 p.m. Sign up in advance.
Foosball tournament, 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Guitar lessons 1-6 p.m. Saturdays.
Spanish lessons for children and adults. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 and 5 p.m.
Arts and crafts 3 p.m. Wednesdays.
Gymnastics classes Saturdays. Ages 3-5 meet noon-1 p.m.; ages 6-12 meet 1-2 p.m.; intermediate classes meet 2-3 p.m. The cost is $ 13 per month.
Captain T-Bird and Captain KC Youth Summer Bowling Special allows children to bowl three games during open bowling and receive a free sports bottle filled with fountain soda.
?Child Development Center 284-6135:
Family Day Care Providers are needed in the Albrook area. Call Jill Winter at 284-3711/6135 for information.
Clayton
Editor's note: This is the third part of a series on units and agencies that have kept the Atlantic community rolling.
?Youth Center 287-6451:
Back to school mini camp 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. today. Amador pool party and Pan Canal/lunch. All youths, Atlantic and Pacific, may attend. A $5 admission fee will be charged.
Mini Camp graduation at Casa Maria 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.
Back to school celebration 3-6 p.m. Thursday.
Back to school disco and luau at the Clayton pool Aug. 26. Pre-teens will meet 6-9 p.m. and junior teens meet 8-11 p.m.
Sports card expo 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 27
Arts and crafts Mondays.
Cooking experiences Tuesdays.
Outdoor Games Thursdays.
Piano lessons 1-6 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The fee is $30 for four half-hour lessons per month.
Gymnastics for ages 5 and older 2:30-3:30 p.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.
Youth Services is looking for piano and gymnastics instructors. Contact George Wheeler at 287-3506, or stop by Building 155, Fort Clayton. ?Senior Teen Center 287-3464/4680:
Golf demonstration at the golf range by the teen center 3-5 p.m. today.
Kayaking trip Saturday. Food and beverages are available. There is a $5 fee.
Pool tournament Aug. 26.
Senior teen council meeting 2 p.m. Aug. 27.
Popcorn and movies Sundays.
Senior Teen Employment Program is a year-round program to develop job skills and earn money for teens 15-18 years old. Applications are available at the center.
?Child Development Center 287-3301: CDC provides high quality, developmental
child care for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. Full day care and hourly care available. Call
287-5657.
Atlantic
?Espinar Youth Center 289-4605:
Teens and pre-teens back to school shopping
trip to Panama City 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Fee is $2.
Back to school social 3-6 p.m. Thursday.
Open recreation noon-6 p.m. Aug. 26.
Flag football and cheerleader registration under way through August. Coaches are needed. Mandatory parents meeting will be held Sept. 8.


Feature
Tropic Times 1 B ^ Aug. 19, 1994
Japanese training fleet visits Panama
While in the midst of a 142-day training exercise, four Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships, carrying 1,000 officers and sailors, cruised into the Panama Canal Friday for a five-day layover at Rodman NS.
The Japan Training Squadron '94 is comprised of the destroyers DD Nagatsuki, DD Mochizuki, DD Takatsuki and DD Shirayuki. The fleet will visit 12 ports in five countries, during the next four and one-half months.
The trip is a learning experience for the 160 newly commissioned ensigns on board. They graduated from the Japan's Officers' Candidate School last March. Rear Adm. Makoto Yamazaki is commander of the squadron.
"One of the most important purposes of this training cruise is to develop the seamanship and leadership of these new officers through the training afloat," Yamazaki said. "Another is to broaden the perspective of these future leaders through the opportunity to visit foreign countries and meet citizens there."
According to Yamazaki, Japan has conducted overseas training with its young officers for more than 100 years, and made annual visits to Panama for the last 30 years.
"Panama is a very beautiful country and our crew is really enjoying it here," Yamazaki said. He added that Japan and Panama have similar climates, so his men were not affected by the hot, humid weather here.
"We have the basic mission to foster the mutual understanding and friendship between the countries which we visit and Japan." MakotoYamazaki
Commander, training squadron
The decks of the four ships were open to the general public Saturday and Sunday. A unique feature of interest to visitors is that each destroyer is armed with U.S. weapons, Yamazaki said.
During their stay in Panama, the sailors stretched their sea legs at the ruins of Old Panama City, Balboa Park and Miraflores Locks. In addition, they participated in basketball and softball games with local Navy teams.
Since leaving their home port of Yokosuka, Japan on June 27, crew members also have visited Anchorage, Alaska; Vancouver, British Columbia; and Los Angeles.
On Tuesday, the destroyer fleet departed for Vera Cruz, Mexico, by way of the Panama Canal. Other planned stops on the ships' journey include Norfolk, Va.; Newport, R.I.; Halifax, Nova Scotia; and Santo Domingo.
On the trip home, the ships will make a one-day return visit to Panama on Oct. 6, while negotiating the canal. After
reaching the Pacific Ocean, the squadron will head to San Diego and then to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The destroyers are scheduled to return to Japan Nov. 15.
"We have the basic mission to foster the mutual understanding and friendship between the countries which we visit and Japan," Yamazaki said.
story by Spc. Tom Findtner Tropic Times staff
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Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Rear Adm. Makoto Yamazaki is commander of the training ships.
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The Japan Training Squadron destroyer DD Takatsuki cuts a wake through the open sea while on a training manuever.
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Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Bill Lewis
The building of the Reina Torres de Arauz Anthropological Museum in the 5 de Mayo Plaza and Central Avenue.
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This statue of a God or Cacique was found in Barriles, Chiriqui Province 150-300 B.C.
khe culture of Panama is available to the newcomer or tourist at the Reina Torres de Arauz Anthropological Museum. The statue of an indigenous chief or Cacique perched on the shoulders of a servant seem to be guarding the main room of the museum as you enter. The statue, made of volcanic rock, comes from Barriles in the valley of El Hato, near the Volcan Baru in the Chiriqui province.
The museum, which bears the name of the great archaeologist Reina Torres de Arauz, who designed it, is the best display of Panama's human and cultural history.
The museum is located in the refurbished 1912 Panama Railroad terminal building across from the 5 de Mayo Plaza and Central Avenue.
The museum consists of five rooms: ?In the synthesis room the visitors can view an overall look at the culture of Panama found in the otherrooms. Among the displays in this room is a red Chinese dragon denoting the cultural contribution
of the Chinese people of Panama.
?The archaeology room gives the visitor a look at Panama from 8000 B.C. to 500 A.D. You can view a large display of pottery urns used for burial purposes by early man.
?In the gold room, the pendants, gold huacas, lucky charms and figurines of the collection, rival each in beauty and originality. It is a visual exposition of the traditions of the time.
?The contact room illustrates the contributionsof the colonial Africans, the Antillian Africans and the Spanish to Panama.
?Theenthnography room depicts Panama's five contemporary Indian cultures. The Teribes from Bocas del Toro province, the Bokotas from Veraguas province, the Cunas from San Bias, the Guaymies from Chiriqui province and
the Chocoes from the Darien province.
Lectures, auctions, plays and musical presentations are just a few of the happenings in the museum's auditorium.
A small shop, inside the main door of the museum offers postcards, reproductions of huacas, molas, books in English and Spanish and Indian craft items for sale.
The museum, inaugurated in 1974, is funded by the government of Panama. It was partly looted during the 1989 invasion. The museum was closed for repairs and opened again at the end of 1991.
An estimated 15,000 people visit the museum during the year.
For tours and guides to visit the museum, call 262-0415. The museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.
by Rosemary Chong, Tropic Times staff
Panama news summary
Editor's note: The following summary of news is taken from the Panamanian press. The translation and reports are unofficial and no guarantee is made by the Tropic Times as to the accuracy of reporting or statements made here. Selection of these stories does not imply any emphasis, judgement or endorsement by the U.S. government. These synopses are intended only to give non-Spanish speaking people a flavor for events in Panama.
Aug. 15-19
La Estrella, El Panama America:
Papers report U.S. Southern Command Logistics Director Richard Holihan as saying in a briefing to the American Chamber of Commerce of Panama Aug. 10 that the U.S. Armed Forces have some $107 million available for the procurement of Panamanian products in 1995 and reiterated that even though U.S. troops will soon be withdrawn from Panama, there is still time to do business with the U.S. armed forces. Reportedly, goods and services acquired by the United States from Panama since 1982 have totaled more than $1 billion.
La Prensa:
Paper prints a Changuinola, Bocas del Toro- datelined article citing Bocas del Toro Province health authorities confirming an "alarming outbreak" of malaria in the province, with 297 cases reported in 10 of 15 districts since July 22.
La Estrella, El Siglo:
Papers cite Panama Supreme Court Justice Arturo Hoyos and former Panama National Police director Ebrahim Asvat as saying that the Judicial Technical Police need to go through a purging process, because the situation has reached the point where people view its agents in the same way they do criminals. Hoyos reportedly added that if accusations against the agents involved are proven, they must be tried, as established by penal and judicial codes.
Critica Libre:
Security measures at Enrique Malek Airport, David, were implemented: due to the accident which occurred in Colon causing the death of 21 passengers. Beginning last week, the Directorate of Civil Aeronautics in Chiriqui Province, headed by Capt. Juan O'Donell, has increased
the inspecton of persons who use the services. The new measures consist mainly of checking baggage for international as well as domestic flights. Five persons will work morning and afternoon shifts assisted by the security personnel from a local bank. According to O'Donell they are understaffed.
La Estrella:
Paper reports on progress of the joint U.S. Army South-Panama Ministry of Health "Cosecha Amistad" program, saying that some 600 people in various communities of Pamama's Darien province have received medical attention, while almost 300 animals have been assisted by veterinarians. Reportedly, the program's goal is to provide medical attention to some 1,200 Darien community inhabitants.
El Siglo:
Paper reports that the government of Guatemala formally requested extradition from Panama of deposed Guatemalan President Jorge Serrano, who was granted political asylum in Panama in 1993 after he was charged with political and common crimes.


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Shipping pet birds complicated procedure, a lot of paperwork
by Floyd Able
Tropic Times student hire
COROZAL-Bird owners wishing to take their pets back to the United States should know there are certain procedures to follow.
Wildlife in the Republic of Panama is protected by national and international regulations. Animals listed as U.S. endangered species cannot be sent back to the states.
For a list of endangered species, write the Federal Wildlife Permit Office: United States Fish & Wildlife Service, Office of Management Authority, 4401 N. Fairfax Dr., Rm. 432, Arlington, Va. 22203
They will provide CITES Appendix I and Endangered Species List upon request.
Shipping a bird to the United States is complicated.
If your bird was not registered before April 30, 1980, you must register it at the Wildlife Fauna Section, National Institute of Renewable Natural Resources (INRENARE), Paraiso.
Registration fees range from $100-$ 150 for macaws and $75-$100 for parrots. Charges vary for other species of birds.
After registering the bird, you should obtain a license/permit application. To do this, write the following address and request a form 3-200: U.S. F&WS, Office of management Authority, 4401 N. Fairfax Dr., Room 420, Arlington, Va. 22203.
After you receive this form, you must fill out the correct genus, species and subspecies, then send it back to the same address. The next step is to obtain VS form 17-23, importation of pet birds (personally owned) from the port veterinarian, USDA APHIS vet service: Regular mail � P.O. Box 660567, Miami Springs, Ha. 33266; or special parcel service � Suite 560,5600 N. W. 36th St., Miami, Fla. 33126.
After obtaining an approved Federal F&WS permit (3-200) and a CITES permit, submit a copy along with your VS form 17-23 with section A and C #11 completed to the port veterinarian of the port of entry prior to the actual shipment for USD A APHIS approval.
Be sure to include your quarantine and laboratory fees as described in form 17-23. Payments must be made by money order or cashier's check.
If it is approved, the USDA will complete section B of form 17-23 and send it back by ordinary mail. You must allow sufficient mailing time. For a shorter turn around time, you will have to arrange and pay for special parcel services.
A full-time veterinarian needs to complete section C, item #12 A, B and C of form 17-23 within 30 days of expected departure. This can only be done at the Corozal Veterinary Clinic.
Within 10 days of leaving Panama, go to the Corozal veterinary clinic and pick-up a health certificate. There is a $12 fee.
Next, take the INRENARE bird registration, form 17-23, and health certificate to Wildlife Fauna Sec-
Department of Defense photo by Floyd Able
Sylvester and Hobbs, two orange-chinned parakeets, perch on a palm tree branch. Parakeets are typical family pets of U.S. citizens in Panama. They can be shipped back to the United States if the proper procedures are followed.
tion, (obtain a location map when the health certificate is issued).
A biologist will determine the validity of your export request in accordance with the Republic of Panama and CITES regulations. This may take one or two days.
The INRENARE "form to request entry of exit permit of wild animal (pets)" is a two-part form. The top portion is for registration and the bottom portion for export/import of the animal.
Another important thing you should do is call the airline that you will be leaving on and check to see if they will let you carry your bird(s) on the plane with you as hand baggage. Most airlines will let you do this but it is safer to check first. If not, the cost of a ticket for a bird will be about $67.
A few months before you leave, you should write a broker in the states. The Corozal Veterinary Clinic can provide you with a list of
brokers. When you write the broker they will send you a list of prices for their services.
Here is a complete list of export documents needed:
?VS form 17-23 (section A, B, & C completed)
?Health Certificate (issued within 10 days of shipment)
?Form to request Entry/Exit permit of wild animal (pets)
?CITES Appendix II permit from INRENARE (for all Panamanian parrots and macaws with the exception of Great Green and Scarlet macaws which are Appendix I)
?CITES Appendix I export permit from the Republic of Panama and Appendix I import permit into the U.S. if applicable and obtainable.
The final local cost will be approximately $275-$450.
If you have any further questions, call the Corozal Veterinary Clinic at 285-5866 or 285-5867.
Clayton Chapel Sunday School starts fall term in adult Christian education
The Fort Clayton Chapel Sunday School will begin the fall term in adult Christian education.
The following will be offered: Master your Money - scriptural concepts in handling personal finances; Young Adult Series - a discussion of the book of Ephesians; "Who Do You Say That I Am?"- studies in the life of Christ; The Practical Prayer life - a study in 12 unique aspects of prayer.
In addition, classes are offered for students in kindergarten through senior high. All classes meet 10:30 a.m. Sundays.
Register in Building 156. For information, call the Fort Clayton Chapel at 287-5859.
Community activities
Clayton
The 308th Military Intelligence Battalion is holding a yard sale across from the Fort Clayton Guest House 8 a.m. Saturday. Donations will be accepted.
A cross-cultural workshop will be held 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Thursday at Building 155, Fort Clayton. The workshop is designed to enable newcomers to adapt culturally to Panama. For reservations, call 287-5073. For free childcare, call 287-5657.
A museum display focusing on the culture, heritage and history of Native Americans of North America is planned for Sept. 17-25 at Valent Recreation Center. Items and artifacts for the museum are needed. Anyone wanting to loan items for the display can call Staff Sgt. Jane Usero at 287-5459 days or 287-3779 evenings. Items will be needed Sept. 14.
The new telephone number for the La Leche League and mothers seeking help or information about breastfeeding is 287-6592.
The Enlisted Spouses Club - Panama holds meetings 7 p.m. the first Monday of each month at the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officers' Club. For information, call 287-3071.
Howard/Albrook
The Howard Child Development Center is looking for potential family day care providers for the Albrook Area. Please call Jill Winter at 284-3711/ 6135 for more information.
The Albrook Club is looking for someone who can sing and entice others to sing on Karaoke nights. For information, call 286-3101.
The Howard Family Support Center offers transition assistance counseling by appointment from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m. weekdays. For more information, call 284-3865/4347. : The family services division of the Howard Family Support Center needs volunteers to help operate the loan closet, the base brochure library, and the coupon program.
Family services is open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and free child care is available for all volunteers. To volunteer, or for more information, call 284-5860.
Atlantic
For people transferring to new duty stations, the Army Community Service Relocation Assistance
Office helps in the search for housing, employment and educational possibilities for servicemembers and their families. Call 289-4021/4636 for more information.
Miscellaneous
The PanAmerican Toastmasters are hosting an open-house 11 a.m. Sept. 11 at the Fort Amador Officers Club. For information, call JoAnn Wright at 287-5689.
The Officers' and Civilians' Wives Club-Pacific is organizing the 1994 Spouses Inter-Service Welcome, Information and Sign-Up Coffee 10 a.m.-noon Sept. 14 at Club Amador. Qualified instructors are needed to teach arts, crafts, sports and hobbies. Care givers are also needed.
No vendors' fees will be charged. Registration deadline is Aug. 31. For information, call Jane Greenwood at 287-5120.
The Consolidated Chaplains' Fund is conducting interviews for the following Fiscal Year '95 contract positions:
?Clayton Chapel-General Protestant: seven watch care providers for Protestant Women of the Chapel; two watch care providers for chapel services; one music director and one pianist The point of contact is Chaplain Robert Scruggs at 287-5859.
?Clayton Chapel - Gospel: pianist, music coordinator, drummer and watch care provider. The POC is Chaplain Paul O'Neil at 287-5877.
?Amador Chapel - Episcopal: one pianist or organist and one watch care provider. The POC is Chaplain Robert Neske at 287-3532.
?Corozal Chapel: two watch care providers. The POC is Chaplain Paul Bolton at 287-5859.
?Atlantic Chapel Center: three musicians and four watch care providers. The POC is Chaplain Neil Frey at 289-3319.


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?Information, Tour and Travel:
Downtown shopping, 9 a.m. today, $8. Shop Panama City's department stores.
Moonlight Cruise, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, $21 fee covers hors d'oeu vres. Cruise toTaboga Island by moonlight, while viewing Panama City's skyline.
El Valle shopping, Sunday, $12, 7 a.m., minimum of 12 people needed. Shop for local handicrafts, plants, fruits & vegetables and visit nature preserve.
Panama City, 9 a.m. Wednesday, $8, minimum of 10 people needed. Visit the Church of the Golden Altar, French Plaza and more.
Barro Colorado Island, 6 a.m. Aug. 27, $65, two people needed. Visit the tropical research island in the Panama Canal's Gatun Lake.
Free Zone shopping, Aug. 31, $12, 7 a.m. departure, minimum of 12 people needed.
Labor Day weekend special tours: Contadora Island, Sept. 2-5, $220/ person double occupancy, $265/person single occupancy, transportation aboard the Black Stallion to and from island, three nights accommodation, meals and drinks, use of all facilities included in the fee.
Cartagena, Columbia, Sept. 2-5, $325/person (Decameron Hotel), $359/
person (Caribe Hotel). Fee includes airfare, three nights accomodation, hotel transfers, city tour, use of facilities and all meals, drinks, and snacks (Decameron) or breakfast and dinner(Caribe).
Bambito, Chiriqui, Sept. 2-5, $240/ person double occupancy, $215 triple occupancy. Fee includes transportation, three nights accommodation, breakfast and dinners, tours of Boquete, Volcan and Cerro Punta, coffee and banana plantations.
Al brook/Ho ward
?Zodiac Community Activities Center: Free Zone Shopping, 8:30 a.m.-
4:30p.m.. $13 fee. Every Friday in Aug. Newcomer's family beach trip to Rio
Mar, 7a.m.-4p.m. Sunday, $15 fee per
family.
Panama museums, 9a.m. - 3p.m. Thursday, $5 fee. Visit educational and historical musums about Panama. Bring money for entrance fees.
Old Panama City and locks, 9a.m. -5p.m. Aug. 27, $13 fee.
El Valle shopping, 6:30a.m. - 4:30p.m. Aug. 28, $ 13 fee. Shop for baskets, pottery and plants.
?Outdoor adventures:
Barro Colorado Nature Preserve, 6 a.m.-3 p.m. today, $65 fee. Anisland overflowing with tropical plants, and animals.
El Valle horseback riding, 7a.m.-
4p.m. Saturday, $24 fee.
Snorkeling and Scuba, 7a.m.-5p.m. Sunday, $22 snorkelers, $47 divers.
Gold panning in Las Cumbres, 8a.m. - 3p.m. $12. Tuesday.
Panama Bay sea shell challenge. 8a.m.- 3p.m. Wednesday.
Isla Grande Weekend, Aug. 26-28. Sign-up today for a romantic getaway.
Peacock bass fishing in Gatun Lake, 5a.m.-2p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28. $25. Bring gear and lunch. Fish cleaning is available, so bring freezer bags.
Clayton
?Valent Recreation Center:
Antique and arts and crafts shopping, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
?Outdoor Recreation Center:
Ocean to ocean transit Saturday. Call for details.
Partial transits of the Panama Canal 7:30-11:30 a.m. Saturdays, $35 adults, $ 15 children 12 years old and younger. A minimum of 20 people is needed for a partial transit any other day of the week.
There is Contadora Island transit service Sundays. Fees are $35 adults and $20 children 12 and under round trip, $25 adults and $15 children one way.
Sun Splash tour to Jamaica travel opportunity to Montego Bay any Sunday through Wednesday. Packet includes air-
fare, three nights hotel accomodations, and transfer. Prices vary from $300-$600 depending on the hotel.
There will be a Whitewater rafting trip in Chiriqui Saturday and Sunday. The $150 fee covers transportation, lodging, guides and meals. Participants must be 12 years old or older and be able to swim.
Balboa
?Balboa Dive Club:
The club is now accepting new members. Divers must show a diving certification card to join, membership is $12 per diver per year.
The club's next meeting will be 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Curundu Restaurant. Richard Peralta of Asocacion Oceana de Panama is the guest speaker. Information on upcoming dives will be available.
The club is organizing a trip to Bocas del Toro Sept. 3-5. The trip is $275 per person and includes roundtrip airfare, accomodations, meals, entertainment, tanks, weights and fi ve guided boat dives. A $100 deposit is required. Contact the club about reservations.
The club is taking entries for the 1994 photography contest until Sept. 14. Submit two entries in each category; close up/ macro, marine life, above water and diver portrait in color slide format. Send to Unit 0967, APO AA 34002.
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Albrook/Howard
?Zodiac Community Activities Center:
Tae Kwon Do at Zodiac Center for children and adults.
Martial arts, at Howard and Albrook Youth Centers, 284-4700.
Guitar, 1-6 p.m. Saturdays at Albrook Youth Center.
Spanish, For children and adults. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4-5 p.m. at the Albrook Youth Center.
?Albrook Auto shop:
Air conditioning service and repair 12:30-5 p.m. every day except Tuesday and Wednesday.
Wheel alignment diagnostic and service classes are held 3-9 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
?Howard and Albrook pools
Intro to scuba, Free, call for appointment.
Open water scuba, Monday, Albrook Pool, $145 fee.
Advanced scuba, Aug. 22, Albrook Pool. $105 fee.
Water exercise, for beginning to advanced adult swimmers.
Dive master scuba, available Monday at the Howard Pool.
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?Fort Clayton Boat Shop: Beginning and advanced swimming lessons 2:15-5:45 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, $20 fee. Next session begins Aug. 29.
Long set equipment rental $ 19 dai-
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Open water scuba, $125. Class meets first and thrid Monday of each month and includes five pool sessions, five theory sessions and four open water dives.
?Valent Recreation Center:
Basic/intermediate English Monday-Thursday, one hour each.
Intermediate Spanish, Thursday-Sept. 10. Class meets 5-6-p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, $30 fee.
Eight-week Spanish headstart meets 5-7 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, starts Wednesday. Register today.
?Fort Clayton Scuba Shop: Advanced open-water scuba,
$140.
Underwater photography, $99.
?Twin Oceans Pro Shop: Equipment available for scuba, snorkel, tennis, camping and other outdoor recreation.
?Pacific Theatre Arts Centre: Registration for all dance classes for the fall semester begins Aug. 22, Building 2060 Curundu. Classes: modern, ballet, jazz, tap, folklor-ic, salsa and belly dancing.
The centre has saxaphone lessons 5-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
Rodman
?Rodman Marina:
A two week open-water scuba
class will begin on Tuesday at the Rodman Pool. All equipment, textbooks, and certification will provided for the $125 fee. Call 283-5307 or 283-4454 to register.
A boating safety class will be held 6-9 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, $35 fee includes materials and test drive. The course qualifies people to rent marina boats. Payment and reservations must be made before the first class. Call 283-3147 for information.
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Spec. William Mothershed, U.S. Army Medical Activity-Panama, is "saved" by Spec. Gregory Sinder, Co. B, 4th battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, at the Fort Clayton Swimming Pool. The soldiers were students of the Lifeguard Course offered at the pool. Military swimming pools offer various classes.
Special events
Social
?Rodman Bohio:
There will be an Attitude Adjustment
party at the Rodman Bohio today. The fun starts at 4:30 with a volleyball game and the opening of the bohio bar. Hors d'oeuvres will be served from 5-7 p.m., and kids' games start at 5:30 p.m. The band Killer Coatimundi will keep the place rocking 6:30-11 p.m. This is the best way to get "adjusted" for the weekend.
Recreation
?Howard Sports and Recreation Rental Center:
The Howard Sports and Recreation Rental Center has various specials. Fishing package: $7 a day, 2 rods, cooler, minnow bucket. Camper package: $8 a day, tent, sleeping bag, butane stove, lantern. Mountain bikes: $2 off one week rental. The Howard Sports and Recreation Rental Center also has a special if
your birthday is in August. For any rental totaling $15 or more, you receive $5 off.
Exhibit
?Continental Hotel:
A Horticulture and Design Exhibition will be held 2-6 p.m. Sept. 5 at the Continental Hotel, Panama City. The "Magic Garden" exhibit, created by the members of Club Petalos. will be judged. For more information, call Sadith Aguilera at 260-937-9.
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Jenny Tassell Elizabeth Leigh and Louis Lushman (from right) shop for baskets. There will be a basket bazaar, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 28 on the Albrook Club Patio. The bazaar is one of the largest basket, tagua and cocobolo wood carving sales.
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?Fort Clayton Arts and Crafts Center:
Sewing twice a week for two hours.
Cake decorating twice a week for two hours.
The Ceramic Center, Building 198, is located near the Crafts Shop.
?Canal Crafters:
Handmade arts and crafts are available, consignment and volunteers are welcome. The shop is open 10 a.m. -2 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Building 804, Albrook. Call 286-4500. Reg-
ister for classes at the shop.
Stencil demonstration 10:15 a.m. Tuesday.
?Howard Skills Development Center:
All classes must be preregis-tered and prepaid. Classes will be cancelled 24 hours prior if minimum participation is not met.
Free porceilan pouring class, 2-4 p.m. today. Need to buy slip and tools.
Free porceilan pouring class, English- Tuesday 1-3 p.m. Spanish-Wednesday 11a.m.-lp.m. Need
to buy slip and tools.
Free demo gold application, 3-3:30 p.m. Aug. 25.
Stained Glass Classes, 5-7 p.m. Thursdays.
Clay Flower Class, 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Saturdays.
Ongoing classes, stained glass, framing, lamp assembly, pottery wheel throwing, cross stitch, mac-rame, clay flower and ceramics.
?Fort Sherman Multicraft Center:
Air brush painting class Saturday, $2 fee.
?Valent Recreation Center:
Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers forum meets the first Thursday of every month and is open to all barracks residents.
The center is looking forjudges for the second Scale Model Exhibition and Expo '94. You must know how to build models to qualify. The event will be 2-5 p.m. Sept. 17-18. Call Johnny Tate at 287-5057 for more information.
Geological exhibit and sale of gems, rocks, mineral stone and
jewelry, Saturday and Sunday. Geological experience and shopping opportunity.
Popular and classical guitar recital 7-9 p.m. Sept. 2.Event includes entertainment and displays.
Local dart tournament Oct. 8, mandatory clinic Wednesday. Register now.
?Cocoli Community Center:
Arts and crafts for children 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
One-on-one basketball tournament, 6p.m. Saturday, minimum
of six players.
Birthday of the month celebration, 6 p.m. Aug. 26.
?Zodiac Community Center:
Subs on Top has new hours, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays- Fridays, 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. Saturdays. It is in the Zodiac Community Activities Center. Take out, eat in and delivery services are available. Phone orders to 284-5848, fax to 284-6109.
Rent the activities room and the Big Tree Bohio for private functions.
Atlantic news
Rec center news
?Sundial Recreation Center:
Aerobics 9:30-10:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Piano 10:30 a.m.-l 1 p.m. Wednesdays.
Family exercise 9:30-10:30 a.m. Wednesdays.
Karate 6-7 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.
Gymnastics/ballet 6-8 p.m.
Thursdays.
?Ocean Breeze Recreation Center:
The center offers a variety of classes such as karate, cake decorating, Spanish, English, piano, country line-dancing and jazz.
Atlantic tours
?Sundial Recreation Center: Panama City historical tour.
8 a.m. Aug. 27.
Taboga Island, 6:30 a.m. Aug.
28.
Portobello treasure hunt, 9 a.m. Saturday.
El Valle 5:30 a.m. Aug. 21.
?Ocean B reeze Recreation Center:
Panama City shopping, 8 a.m. Saturday.
Panama City historical tour, 8
a.m. Aug. 27.
Phone guide
Pacific
24th Services Squadron Sports and Recreational Rental Center, 284-6107 Albrook Auto Craft Shop, 286-3613 Albrook Club, 286-4128 Albrook Riding Stables 287-4411/3333 Balboa Dive Club 263-8077/250�75 Canal Crafters 286-4500 Clayton Arts and Crafts Center, 287-5957 Clayton Boat Shop 287-6453 Clayton Ceramic Center, 287-4360 Clayton NCO Club, 287-3586 Clayton Outdoor Recreation Center, 287-3363 Clayton Scuba Shop 287-3355 Club Amador, 282-3534 Cocoli Recreation Center, 287-3010 Howard Auto Craft Shop, 284-3370 Howard Enlisted Members' Club, 284-4107 Howard Officers' Club, 284-4680 Howard Riding Stables 284-3770 Howard Skills Development Center, 284-6361
Howard Teen Center, 284-4700 Howard Wood Craft Shop 284-4510 The Loop, 287-3035 Pacific Theatre Arts Centre 286-3814 Quarry Heights Officers' Club, 282-4380 Rodman Annex, 283-5475 Rodman Club, 283-4498 Rodman Marina, 283-3147/3150 Rodman Naval Station Information Tour and Travel Office, 283-5307/4454 Twin Oceans Pro Shop 286-6514 Valent Recreation Center, 287-6500 Zodiac Community Activities Center, 284-6161
Atlantic
Aquativity Center, 289-4009
Davis Arts and Crafts Center, 289-5201
Davis Community Club, 289-5160
Ocean Breeze Recreation- Center, 289-6402
Outdoor Recreation, 289-4077
Sherman Arts and Crafts Center, 289-6313
Sherman Scuba Shop, 289-6104
Sundial Recreation Center, 289-3889/3300


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Howard AFB 284-3583 7pm: Getting Even with Dad (PG) Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin 9pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 2pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 7pm: Getting Even with Dad (PG) Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin 9pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 2pm: Getting Even with Dad (PG) Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin 7pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 9pm: Naked Gun 33 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, $1.50, $1 7pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 9pm: Getting Even with Dad (PG) Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin 7pm: Naked Gun 33 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, $1.50, $1 9pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland 2pm: Little Big League (PG) Jason Robards, Luke Edwards 6pm: Wyatt Earp (PG-13) Kevin Costner, Dennis Quaid 9:15pm: City Slickers 2 (PG-13) Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern 7pm: City Slickers 2 (PG-13) Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern 9pm: Little Big League (PG) Jason Robards, Luke Edwards
Fort Clayton 287-3279 7pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson. Kiefer Sutherland 9pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster 2pm: The Princess and the Goblin (G) Animated 7pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson. Jodie Foster 9:30pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland 2pm: The Princess and the Goblin (G) Animated 7pm: The Princess and the Goblin (G) Animated 9:30pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster 7pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland 9pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster 7pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster 9:30pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland 7pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 9:30pm: Getting Even with Dad (PG) Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin 7pm: The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis 9pm: Naked Gun 33 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, $1.50, $1
Fort Davis 289-5173 7pm: Endless Summer 11 (PG) Dennis Weaver, Patrick O'Connell 9pm: Beverly Hills Cop III (R) Eddie Murphy 7pm: Endless Summer 11 (PG) Dennis Weaver, Patrick O'Connell 9pm: Renaissance Man (PG-13) Danny Devito, Gregory Hines 7pm: Renaissance Man (PG-13) Danny Devito, Gregory Hines 7pm: Renaissance Man (PG-13) Danny Devito, Gregory Hines 7pm: The Crow (R) Brandon Lee, Ernie Hudson 7pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland 7pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster
Fort Sherman 289-5173 7:30pm: Renaissance Man (PG-13) Danny Devito, Gregory Hines 7:30pm: The Crow (R) Brandon Lee, Emie Hudson 7:30pm: Serial Mom (R) Kathleen Turner, Sam Waterson No show No show No show 7:30pm: The Cowboy Way (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland
Fort Amador 284-3583 7pm: Naked Gun 33 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, $1.50, $1 7pm: Wyatt Earp (PG-13) Kevin Coster, Dennis Quaid 7pm: City Slickers II (PG-13) Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern No show No show 7pm: Little Big League (PG) Jason Robards, Luke Edwards 7pm: Serial Mom (R) Kathleen Turner, Sam Waterson
Coming soon
Aug. 26
Howard AFB
7pm Little Big League
(PG) Jason Robards, Luke Edwards
9pm Wyatt Earp (PG-13) Kevin Coster, Dennis
� Quaid
Fort Clayton
7pm Getting Even with Dad (PG) Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin
9pm The Flintstones (PG) John Goodman, Rick Moranis
Fort Davis
7pm The Princess and the Goblin (G) Animated
9pm The Cowboy (PG-13) Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland
Fort Sherman
7:30pm Maverick (PG) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster
Fort Amador
7pm The Crow (R)
Brandon Lee, Ernie Hudson
Now showing
The Flintstones
John Goodman, Rick Moranis
Steven "Spielrock" brings the modern Stone Age family to the silver screen. Elizabeth Perkins is Wilma and Rosie O'Donnell is Betty. Liz Taylor is Fred's mother in law. PG 1 hr, 31 min.
Getting Even With Dad
Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin
Timmy, an attention-starved 11-year-old boy blackmails his ex-con dad into going straight. PG (mild language), 1 hr 48 min.
Naked Gun 33 1/3
Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley
Nielsen is now retired police lieutenant Frank Drebin who is drawn back into undercover duty. PG-13 (off color humor), 1 hr 23 min
Maverick
Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster
A con man/gambler becomes entangled with a high-spirited young woman and a law man planning to challenge him at a high-stakes poker game. PG (mild sensuality, western action), 2 hr, 9 min.
The Cowboy Way
Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland Two rodeo stars who never have been east of Tulsa trek to New York to investigate the disappearance of a friend. PG-13 (violence, some language, comic sensuality) 1 hr, 47 min.
Endless Summer II
Robert Weaver, Patrick O'Connell
Two surfers journey around the world, catching the biggest and best waves. PG (brief nudity, some mild language)
The Crow
Brandon Lee, Ernie Hudson
A musician rises from the grave to
THE FUNNIEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR!"
- Rod Lurle, LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE
"The best sequel since 'The Godfather.'"
- Patty spitler, WISH-TV INDIANAPOLIS
"Evert better than the original!"
- Daphne Davis, movies & video
Now showing at Howard and Amador theaters.
avenge his and his fiancee's murders. It is the last performance by the late Brandon Lee. R (strong violence, language, drug use, some sexuality), 1 hr, 40 min.
Wyatt Earp
Kevin Coster, Dennis Quaid The legend of the old west who came to symboloze what it all stood for. PG-13 (strong gunfights, some language and sensuality), 3 hrs, 1 min.
Renaissance Man
Danny DeVito, Gregory Hines
An out-of-work advertising executive ends up teaching Army recruits. When his style doesn't blend with the military's principles, Devito butts heads with the Army's brass. PG-13 (some language) 2 hrs, 8 min.
Little Big League
Jason Robards, Luke Edwards A 12-year-old boy inherits the Minnesota Twins and installs himself as manager. He proceeds to reteach the joys of baseball to its players. PG (some mild language and sensuality) 1 hr, 59 min.
City Slickers II
Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern Our urban cowboys are ready for another adventure. Although Mitch is enjoying the serenity of his suburban New York life with his family and Norman the Cow, the discovery of a treasure map sets things back in action. The crew will hit the trail again in search of hidden gold. PG-13 (comic scene andoffcolorhumor) 1 hr,48min.


TV Schedule
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Cartoon Classics Faerie Tale Theater Ttie New Explorers I leadline News Movie: "The List of
Adrian Messenger"
"Legend"
Nova
Soul Train
Rescue 911
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Football: Buffalo vs.
Houston Headline News Saturday Night Live WWF Superstars of
Wrestling
Friday Night Videos Movies: "The China Syndrome" "'Adam at Six a.m." Headline News
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6:00 CCMTV 6:30 Outreach of Love 7:00 Parliament of Souls 7:30 Lifestyle Magazine 8:00 CBS Sunday Morning 9:30 This Week w/Brinkley 10:30 Face the nation 11:00 Washington Week in
Review 11:30 NASCAR: The
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5:00 Entertainment This Week 6:00 Grace Under Fire-t-6:55 Murphy Brown + 7:20 NFL Pre-season
Football: Denver vs.
Dallas 10:00 L.A. Law 11:00 ABC 20/20 12:00 Movie: "F/X" 2:00 Sports Lalenight 2:30 Frugal Gourmet 3:00 Headline News 3:30 Wheel of Fortune 4:00 Jeopardy 4:30 Oprah 5:30 Headline News
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NBC News at Sunrise Good Moming America w/Panama Now (7:25) Basic Training Workout Sesame Street Portrait of America Guiding Light General Hospital Headline News Panama Now Sports Machine Another World Oprah Winfrey Price is Right Guts
I Love Lucy Family Feud The Cosby Show SCN Evening Report Headline News Break World News Tonight NFL Football: Chicago vs. Kansas City SCN Late Edition
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5:30 NBC News at Sunrise 6:00 Good Morning America
w/ Panama Now (7:25) 8:00 Bodyshaping 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Portrait of America 10:25 Guiding Light 11:10 General Hospital 12:00 Headline News Break 12:25 Panama Now 12:30 Sportscenter 1:00 Another World 2:00 Sally Jesse Raphael 3:00 Price is Right 4:00 Ghostwriter 4:30 I Love Lucy 5:00 Family Feud 5:30 The Cosby Show 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:15 Headline News Break 6:30 World News Tonight 7:00 Wheel of Fortune 7:25 Panama Now 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Beauty and The Beast 9:00 Northern Exposure 10:00 SCN Late Edition 10:05 Cheers 10:30 David Letterman 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 M*A*S*H 1:00 Movies: "Seven Days in
May"
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Sportscenter Another World Oprah Winfrey Price is Right Shining Time Station I Love Lucy Family Feud The Cosby Show SCN Evening Report Headline News Break World News Tonight Wheel of Fortune Panama Now Entertainment Tonight Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Beverly Hills 90210 Culture Clash **
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Tonight Show
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"Hannah and Her Sisters"
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Football: Dallas vs. New"
Orleans 10:00 SCN Late Edition 10:05 Cheers 10:30 David Letterman 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 M*A*S*H 1:00 Movies: "Lone Wolf
Mcquade" 2:50 "No Man's Land" 5:00 Headline News Break
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Herman's Head Married With Children Movie: "Alien Nation" Washington Week in Review
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Where On Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Movie: "The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking" This Old House Amish Cooking From Quilt Country **** Wall Street JoumalReport Movie: "Mysterious Island"
"Seven Days in May"
Quantum Leap
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Wonderful World of
Disney
Golden Girls
Movie: "Judgement Day:
The John List Story"
Buck James
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Dark? 5:00 Club Connect *** 5:30 Showbiz Today 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:15 Headline News Break 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Star Trek: The Next
Generation 7:55 Panama Now 8:00 MacGyver 9:00 Movie: "Gorillas in The
Mist"
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Star Trek
Headline News Break Panama Now All My Children One Life to Live Young and the Restless Where On Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? Fraggle Rock Think Fast Mickey and Donald Showbiz Today SCN Evening Report Headline News Break NBC Nightly News Star Trek: The Next Generation Panama Now Home Improvement Martin
Movie: "White Fang" Headline News Break SCN Late Edition Nightline Cheers M*A*S*H Headline News Sports Latenight David Letterman Headline News Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy Headline News Simulcast w/8& 10
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Beakman's World Showbiz Today SCN Evening Report Headline News Break NBC Nightly News Star Trek: The Next Generation Panama Now ALF
Family Matters Wise Guy ** Tour Of Duty **** Headline News Break SCN Late Edition Nightline Cheers M*A*S*H Headline News Sports Latenight David Letlennan Headline News Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy Headline News Simulcast w/8& 10
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Generation 7:55 Panama Now 8:00 Full House 8:30 Living Single 9:00 Turning Point ****
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Football
NFL Pre-season Football
Sports
Greenbay vs. New Orleans, 7 p.m. today Buffalo vs. Houston, 7 p.m. Saturday Denver vs. Dallas, 7 p.m. Sunday Chicago vs. Kansas City, 7 p.m. Monday Dallas vs. New Orleans , 7 p.m. Thursday NASCAR
The Goodwrench 400, 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Series starts "Culture Clash," 9:30 p.m. Wednesday
It's cutting edge comedy sketches in the tradition of Night Live," meet Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas they're "Culture Clash."
'In Living Color" and "Saturday and Herbert Siguenza, together
Cable Channel 14
Series starts
"Wiseguy," 9 p.m. Wednesday. (Replaces Murder, She Wrote) The adventures of an undercover federal agent who has infiltrated the mob. Stars Ken Wahl and Ray Starkey.
Primetime movies "Alien Nation," 10 p.m. Saturday. It's the near future, and a race of odd-looking aliens is slowly and grudgingly being integrated into society. A world weary Los Angeles cop agrees to take on one of the "newcomers" as a partner, even though it was an alien who killed his former sidekick. Together, this intergalactic odd couple find themselves caught up in a web of violence and drugs perpetrated by an alien Godfather more diabolical than Jaba the Hut. Stars James Caan and Mandy Patinkin. "Judgement Day: The John List Story," 8 p.m. Sunday.
John List was a devout Christian, a devoted son, a loving husband and father. But behind the religion and rigid order hid a disturbed and dangerous man. An abusive childhood and a fanatically religious mother had created a tormented psychopath tottering on the edge of sanity. Stars Robert Blake and Beverly D' Angelo. "Gorillas in the Mist," 9 p.m. Monday.
Diane Fossey was an inexperienced photographer who, while on assignment for "National Geographic," developed an obsession with saving the almost-extinct mountain gorillas of Central Africa. Stars Sigoumey Weaver and Bryan Brown


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Tropic Times Aug. 19, 1994
y Classified Ads
Duty-free merchandise
FORT CLAYTON (Contraband Control Office) - As a reminder, in accordance with the Panama Canal Treaty and U.S. Southern Command regulations, duty free merchandise, whether new or used, cannot be given, transferred or generally sold to non-privilege holders. Violations to these dispositions may subject violators to prosecution under both, military and Panamanian laws. It is sometimes permissible to sell an item, but only if Panamanian taxes are paid. Before such a sale, it is strongly recommended that the seller contact the Contraband Control Section for advice at 286-3117.
Animals
2 adult cats free, accustomed to inside, updated shots. 223-4290.
Cocker Spaniel pups, born July 10, parents AKC, males $250, females $200. 286-3325._
Free cat to home w/older kids, declawed (front), neutered. 286-3134 after 6 pm.
4 yr old female dog, free, house broken. 284-5234._
Golden lab, 7 mos old, female, grt w/kids, housebroken, smart, w/ XLkennel, more, $325.287-3420.
8 mo old female Brindle Boxer, $250. 284-5833._
Cocker-poodle, tail done, male $60, female $50, aquarium w/acc $50. 230-0523.___
2 yr old female Rottweiler, $300. 286-4189._
Red Doberman pups, 8 wks old, AKC/CCP, exc pink pedigree, $450. 229-0338 or 224-4236.
7 yr old, black, male cockapoo, outside dog, barks a lot, free. 287-3294.____
Free purebred Boxer female, 1 yr old, all shots. 285-5866.
German Shepherd pups, exc ped-igree, CCP reg. 228-2643. _
Male Cocker Spaniel needs girlfriend to have pups, call after 5 pm. 226-8626._
Male peekapoo pup, 4 mos old, dewormed, tail cut, $80. 282-3387._
2 yr old, male Doberman, grt w/ kids, all shots, ears & tail done, guard dog, $200. 287-6738.
Rodo, blk female, 8 wks old, first shots, dewormed, tail done, $70. 251-8579.
Dalmatian, 6 mos old, has shots, house broken, beautiful spots, no papers, $200. 283-3528. _
Free, 1 tabby & 1 blk & wht kitten, born June 25. 282-4385.
1 yr old female, black cat, fixed, free. 287-3071._
Cocker Spaniel female, 6 mos old, gold color, shots & papers, house broken, no shed, $250.223-9865.
Stud service, pure bred male boxer. 287-5251 ask for Rick.
Rottweiler pups, 7wks old, first shots & dewormed, 3 males, $500. 284-3993._
Yellow Lab female, 18 mos old. Free to gd home, well trained, grt security, extras. 286-3571.
Automobiles
1988 Ford Escort, 2 dr, $1,600. 287-3996 ask for Jay Rouke.
1986 Buick Century Limited, ps, pb, ac, 4-dr, gd cond, $4,500/obo. 285-5560.___
1987 Dodge Van, ac, ps, pb, am/ fm/cass, custom interior, $8,000/ obo. 285-4026._
1987 Ford Mercury turbo, pwr everything, sunroof, wht, $4,900. 287-4383.__
1977 Chrysler Neo, gd cond, $1,100. 286-4171.
1988 Ram 50, 4x4 p/u, at, overdrive, extended cab, grey & wht, git cond, $7,000. 287-6272.
1990 Honda Accord LX, grt cond, pwr everything, $10,000/obo. 287-5146 M-F, 9-5 pm.
1987 VW GTi, 4 cyl, 5-spd, ps, pb, ac, sunroof, $4,500.285-4793.
1988 Ford Mustang, ac, 4 cyl, ps, pw, pi, new tires, exc cond, red, $7,500. 261-6845.___
1985 Chevy Camaro, back end smashed but runs, sell as is, $l,000/obo. 286-6533._
1990 Dodge Caravan, 59,000 mi, $8,500. 286-3245.__
1989 Ford Bronco, ac, ps, pb, new tires, not dty pd, $10,000. 269-9297._
1987 Suzuki Samurai, 4x4, spoiler kit, 5 Eagle rims, am/fm/cass, exc cond, $4,250. 287-3697.
1991 FordRangerXLTSupercab, 12,000 mi, $11,500. 284-6683.
1991 Cutlass Supreme SL, loaded, sunroof, $10,500/obo. 286-6136._
1978 Mercury Monarch, exc cond, at, ac, pw, ps, am/fm/cass, dty pd, best offer. 232-6056._
1989 Chevy Cavalier Z-24, ac, am/fm/cass, sunroof, pwr every-thing, cruise, $6,700. 287-3423.
1978 Volvo 245 DL station wagon, at, new tires, runs & looks grt, not dty pd, $3,300. 284-4239.
1988 Ford Escort, low mi, ac, am/ fm, ps, pb, mint cond, $4,800/ obo. 284-3180 after 5 pm.
1989 F-150 XLT Lariat, ac, cruise, bedliner, toolbox, loadad, new tires, $9,500. 282-4295.
1988 Pontiac Grand Am, ac, ps, exc cond, 5-spd, $4,000. 260-4111._
1980 Ford Bronco, 4x4, 302 cid, 4-spd, ps, pb, dty pd, $4,500/obo. 252-5320.
1994 Pontiac Sunbird, ac, pw, at, $11,500. 260-4111.
1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cierra, 4-dr, ac, ps, pb, am/fm, V6, very clean, $3,800. 283-5381.
1988 Jeep Comanche, am/fm/ cass, new tires, ac, pb, ps, best offer. 261-6418.
Small block Chevy 307 block w/ heads, crank pistons, cam & lifters, $125. 283-3485.
1983 Toyota Celica, 5-spd, ac, am/fm/cass, exc cond, dty pd, $3,800/obo. 223-0327._
1989 Ford Mustang, 2-dr sedan, loaded, new tires & battery, 4 cyl, clean, $5,500. 284-4381._
1989 Honda Accord LXi, 5-spd, 55,000mi, loaded, new tires, tint. 284-3481.
1993 Aerostar, 7 pass, 6 cyl, ps, pb, cruise, am/fm/cass, ac, tint, best offer. 284-4897 for Mark.
1985 Ford Bronco, 4wd, st, 2-dr, run exc, new tires, new paint job, tint. 284-5693.__
1988 Nissan Pathfinder, 4x4, exc cond, ac, V6, original owner, 63,000 mi, $8,200. 284-3524.
1977 Buick Regal, dty pd, exc cond, $2,000. 269-6738.
1988 Suzuki Samurai, new tires, exc cond, 2 lops, $4,500. 284-4525.__
1989 Nissan Pathfinder, 5-spd, racks, ac, am/fm/cass, 74,000 km, exc cond, $11,500. 223-2182.
1991 Buick Regal, 6 cyl, ac, at, ps, pb, low mi, exc cond, not dty pd, $9,000. 264-8244._
1987 Dodge Charger, 5-spd turbo, new paint, sunroof, am/fm/ cass, $3,000/obo. 284-4667.
1989 Chevy Caprice. 252-5723.
Jeep CJ-7.252-5723._
1979 Mercedes Benz, 240-D, 160k mi, gd mechanical cond, am/fm, ac, $3,800. 282-3430.
1979 Camaro Berlinetta, sunroof, exc cond, $1,500. 235^9906.
1991 Camaro, V8, t-tops, st, ac, $10,500. 252-2065._
1986 Montero, 4x4, turbo, diesel, ac, am/fm, exc cond, $11,000. 263-4921.
1984 Toyota Corona, exc cond. 262-9661.__
1966 VW Beetle (German), exc for Panama, can be shipped to states, real nice, $2,500.233-3698.
1976 Triumph TR-7, V6, hard top, Hi-Fi radio, new battery, gd cond, $1,500. 287-4392.
1990 Ford Tempo, 4 cyl, ac, at, ps, pi, pw, am/fm/cass, exc cond, $6,500. 226-8626._
1992 Mitsubishi Montero Diesel Turbo Intercooler, loaded, dty free. 226-7450. _
1981 Nissan Laurel, diesel $2,500,
1985 Nissan Laurel, gas $1,000/ neg. 220-3069 or 220-6564.
1987 Chevy Spectrum, 4-dr, 5-spd, ac, ps, pb, runs exc, $2,500. 284-3924.___
1984 Buick Regal, V6, at, ps, pb, pi, pw, new front tires, radiator, battery, $3,200/obo. 261-9299.
1989 Mitsubishi Galant GS, at, ac, pw, sunroof, am/fm/cass, exc cond, $8,500. 284-5821.
1986 Mazda RX-7, new paint job, 4 new tires, ac, 5-spd, am/fm/ cass, $5,000/obo. 285-6546.
1992 Isuzu Rodeo, wht, 5-spd, am/fm/cass, 4 cyl, ac, new tires, exc cond, $12,000. 284-4231.
1991 Hyundai Excel, 5-spd, 4-dr, ac, am/fm/cass, alarm, dty pd, $5,000/obo. 260-7009.
1985 Mercury Marquis, ac, ps, pb, am/fm/cass, dty pd $3,650. 256-6457.
1984 Quantum VW Sedan, at, 5 cyl, 4-dr, pb, pw, ps, am/fm/cass, runs grt, $3,500/obo. 287-3335.
1989 Ford Tempo, exc cond, w/ maintenance records, 1 owner, at, pi, $6,000. 284-6381._
1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass, ac, ps, pb, quad 4 eng, custom wheels, gd cond, $7,200. 287-5032.
1991 Toyota Corolla, l,600cc eng, st, ac, radio, best offer. 252-2391._
1977 Chrysler New Yorker, gd cond, $1,100. 286-4171.
1975 Buick LeSabre, needs trans work, looks gd, $650/obo. 286-
6439.___
1988 Dodge Aries LE, 4-dr, at, ps, ac, pb, new tires, shocks, bat-tery, exc cond, $3,800.286-4347.
1981 Ford Thunderbird, runs exc, grt transportation, needs paint job, $650. 252-5100._
1972 Chevy Nova, 307 eng, ps, ac, new tires, smooth running, $2,100. 260-3270.
1987 Hyundai Excel, ac, ps, new clutch, many new parts, $3,300. 284-6692.____
1978 Honda Accord hatchback, 5-spd, manual, not dty pd. 260-4463.___
1979 VW Beetle, exc cond, $2,500. 287-4776._
1991 Ford Ranger XLT w/match-ing camper shell, ps, pb, 5-spd, 27k, wht. 287-5536 after 6pm.
1985 GMC Vandora 2.500, will consider trade for boat & trailer of equal value, $7,500/obo. 287-6744._
1987 Cadillac Seville, 58,000 mi, exc cond, not dty pd, $8,000.260-6369._
1993 Plymouth Sundance, 5-spd, lO.OOOmi, ac, am/fm/cass, exc cond, $9,000. 284-6610 Pam.
1989 Honda Accord LX, 5-spd, ac, pw, am/fm/cass, gd cond, $9,500/obo. 260-4697._
1991 VW Passat, 60,000 mi, mint green, grey int, has dent in right front fender, $13,000. 282-3776.
1991 Chevy Cavalier, 2-dr, at, ac, am/fm/cass, pb, ps, $6,800. 284-4627._
1987 Chevy Cavalier, 2-dr, at, ac, am/fm, tilt, cruise, runs well, not dty pd, $3,000/obo. 289-5140.
1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, 42,000 mi, am/fm/cass, CD play-er, tint, $12,800. 289-3759.
1987 Nissan Sentra XE, 4-dr, 5-spd, am/fm/cass, boat hitch, $3,800. 287-4120._
1975 Chevy p/u, 2 1/2 yr old eng, 3 yr old trans, at, dependable, $1,500/obo. 284-6835._
1976 Ford Bronco, 302 V8, 3-spd, new clutch, exc shape, not dty pd, $5,000. 284-5429.
1987 Honda Accord LXi, 5-spd, blk, ac, CD, tint, pw. pb, cruise, mint cond, $4,500. 283-6590.
1992 Aerostar, loaded w/Colpan warranty until Jan '96, Volvo station wagon, best offers. 260-5220.
1986 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4x4, Tahoe package, runs grt, not dty pd, $6,000. 287-6685.
Available
Honest, Eng spk housekeeper, 3 days a wk. 262-3683.
Honest & reliable, bilingual maid, grt w/kids & exc housekeeper, live-out. 266-6230 Ivette.
Hardworking, honest. Span spk, maid/babysitter, refs, 3 days a wk. 260-6533.
Span spk maid, 1 day a wk, honest, exc housekeeper, refs. 286-3381._
Eng spk, live-in maid. 224-6508.
Honest, reliable w/exp, some Eng, babysitter. 266-5797 Nane.
Honest, reliable, Eng spk housekeeper w/refs. 284-5284._
Span spk, live-in maid, honest, grt w/kids. 287-4199.__
Day maid, honest, general housekeeping, responsible. 266-9136.
Bilingual day maid, gd worker, honest & responsible. 233-3025.
Day maid M-F, general housekeping, gd w/kids, bilingual. 233-4721.
Bilingual babysitter, days, M-F, honest, gd w/kids. 221 -2281 Judy.
Babysitter, gd w/kids, refs. 261-1236.___
Honest, reliable maid, grt w/kids, live-in/out, M-F. 228-6233.
Honest, reliable, Eng spk maid, gd w/kids, live-out. 221-5285.
Reliable maid avail Sept. 5, M,W-F. 260-5235 Carrie.
Bilingual maid w/refs, M-F only, live-in/out. 261-7387._
Licensed family day care, part/ fulltime openings, drop-ins welcome. 284-3181 Angella._
Licensed home day care has full-time, drop-ins & after school care. 284-6791 Lori.__
Span spk, honest, reliable, grt w/ kids, M-F, no ironing. 231 -9568.
AC repairs, cleaning & more for any kind of car, low prices. 228-0201. _
Avail on T & Th, Span spk maid, gd w/kids. 282-5586._
Instructor for all phases of flight instruction, incl airplane, helicop-ter & ground school. 264-2001.
Babysitter, M-S, gd w/kids, also does housekeeping. 286-4097.
Bilingual maid, honest, reliable, grt w/kids. 282-3694 Lourdes.
Span spk maid to work for 8 hrs, cleaning, ironing Staking care of kids. 226-3724._
Span spk maid will do general housework. 231-8121 Nemia.
Maid, mature, speaks some Eng, exp. 264-9399. _
E-Mail daily service (Internet, Compuserve, Prodigy, America Online), The Trash Can BBS, 1,200-19,200 baud. 287-5272 -24 hrs._____
Eng spk maid, M, W,F, work days, reliable, honest & dependable. Live-out. 224-8546._
Tutoring avail for elementary grades, flexible hrs. 289-4350.
Bilingual maid, 3 days wk, gd w/ kids, reliable, hard worker, gd ironing, refs. 267-7712 Julia.
Boats & Campers
23ft Ana Capri boat w/1994175hp Evinrude o/b galvanized trailer, runs grt, $11,750. 252-2243. _
17ft answer cc, w/1993 Yamaha 90hp, galv trail, like new, many extras, $13,500/obo. 252-2981.
35' Gristol auxiliary sloop $30,000, 8' p/g dingay w/trailer $700, 7 1/2 o/b motor. 264-8568.
20' deep-v for fishing 35mph, new engine & outdrive, outriggers, radio, saftey equip. 287-3390.
20' Cuddy Cabin Mercruiser grt deal ready lo fish, act now or will be shipped. 287-3390._
Trailer for boat or cayuco, camper for Ford Ranger p/u, soft top for CJ-7 Jeep. 252-2675.
18' Eagle fish/ski, Johnson o/b 1 lOhp new elec trailer & bimini top, galvanized trailer. 252-2826.
Fish/ski boat w/90 hp Mercury fish finder. SS Prop, current registration, $4,500. 228-4514.
Cayuco, final most, w/trailer 4 or 5 man capability set up for 4 man now, $950. 287-4540. _
21' Romey cruiser sleeps 2, 4cyl diesel perkins galvanized trailer, ready to fish, $8,500. 252-5100.
tras, $250/obo. 287-4546.
486dx2/66, 450meg hd, 8meg Ram, tape b/u, multi media, print-er, more, $3350. 264-0778.
Commodore 64/128D software, printer, joy stick, $150/obo. 287-3697._
Two shelts stereo w/CD player, up-right freezer. 252-2955.
Canon T-80 autofocus camera,3 lens 35-70, 50, 75-200, speedlite 299T flash, $475. 256-6356.
Sony Beta movie camera & Betamax video player, $650.287-3494._____
Automatic telephone/fax/modem switch, switches calls to any device, 4 outputs, $100. 256-6356.
Epson Action Printer 5000/5500 new, $250. 252-2955._
Nintendo & SNES games from $20 to $40. 287-5439.__
JVC VHS-C camcorder w/bat-tery & case exc cond, $475/obo. 284-4120._
VHS camcorder, $375, cost $1,300 new. 223-7111 ext. 124.
2-12 kicker wolfers in a box lyr old, $275. 287-6638._
Amstrad wp-monitor, keyboard, printer; Casio CZ5000 elec keyboard; B flat trumr^287-4726.
486 sx-25mhz, 8kb memory, 8mb Ram, 170 mb hd disk, 24 pin color printer, $1,500. 268-1141.
Apple IIC computer, 2 disk drive, monitor, printer, joystick, software/books, $200/obo. 283-5020.
Kenwood TH-215A, hand-held transciever, ham & marine bands, $200.226-1158. _
Wht computer tble, new. 285-5935.
286 at comp, 40mb hd 3.5, 5.25 disk drvs, 2mb Ram, exp. 4mb CGA monitor, $700. 264-3070.
Radio shack pro-2020 mobile-base scanner, $225. 264-3070 weekdays at night.
486/33mhz, 4m Ram, 130 m hd, 2 drvs, monitor, 9 pin Dot Matrix, software, $1,200. 230-0515.
Sega Genesis games $20ea perfect cond. 269-6829.
Electronics
Orion 2!50x amps, Alpine amp 12" kickers, a/d/s seperates mb quart seperates, more. 283-5380.
JVC camcorder, case $650, Minolta X-7A camera w/tripod, lens, flash, bag, $225. 284-6784.
Macintosh Classic, external drv, Imagewriter II software, $800. 286-4488 aftej^pm^ _
486/33 DX computer, 8mb Ram many extras, 330mb hd. programs, $l,600/obo. 223-3787.
486DX2-50mhz, 8mb Ram. CD-Rom, sound card, VLB video, 1 mb VRAM, software. 287-4275.
Technics SH-A V22 surround processor & SL-P300 CD player $80 ea., CB radio $30. 263-8077.
Wooden printer stand, new in box, for large printers $25. 264-2001.
Sega Genesis & Sega CD System w/button controller & Sonic CD game, $350. 252-2319.
Hitachi VCR grt cond, no remote, $250. 228-1189.
386DX/40 comp, 120m hd. 3.5, 5.25, 8nib Ram. monitor, numerous programs, $800. 284-6683.
21" color TV, $100. IBM PC compatable, 40m hd 5.25 fd, monitor, software, $400. 284-3184.
486 DX2 66MHZ, 8MB Ram, 425mb hd, sb pro, monitor and more, $3,000. 283-6590.
VHS/UHF/FM amp, Kenwood GE-74 graph-equalizer, Zenith monitor, $50ea. 230-0338.
Atari 1040 ST PC, exc cond, lots of software, $300/obo. 284-4625.
Gameboy 7 games w/lots of ex- HF trap dipole antenna, 87', 10 to


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80 meter band, never used, $ 123. 289-4759.
Packard Bell 386 sx w/monitor soundblasler, spkers, game card, & modem. $900/obo. 287-4772.
Color monitor Dot Matrix printer & portable CD player, $50ea. 260-2104.
Pioneer stereo system eg, recv, tape deck & tuner w/remole, $ 175. 260-3270. _
386sx, 120m lid 4m Ram, printer, software S1100, Amiga 500, monitor, software, $500. 286-4679.
386/25 MHZ 107mbhd2mbRam VGA monitor, joy sticks, DOS 6.2, $800/obo. 285-4734.
Magnavox portable CD player w/ headphones & small speakers, $140. 282-4232.
Bose AM5 spkers, KenwoodM V-5D spkers 450w & tuner power amp 350w, equalizer. 235-4096.
Professional Kenwood spkers seldom used 450w $ 175,550w $225 mixer w/micro $75. 287-5897.
SNES Street Fighter II Turbo game cartridge, like new, $50. 286-6196. _
Smith Corona wp 8000k, 256k Ram, modem, 3.5 drv, requires printer, $250. 287-5392.
Household
Oak DR set, like new, $900. 229-2916. _
Blk lacker dining table w/china. 285-5935.
Whirlpool portable dishwasher, $150. 287-5271.
Refrig, TV 20", 3 pc bedrm set, 3 pc dining set. 252-1104.
K sz matt gd cond, $80. 282-3387.
6x9 gray rug gd cond, $20. 284-4868.___
Sofa, loveseat, chair, ottoman & carpet $775. 284-6824.
Picnic table w/4 benches $60, glass & rattan dinette w/4chairs, $75. 236-1579.
Oak roll-top desk & chair less than 1 year old, $250. 286-4204.
Waterbed hdbd $50, twin canopy bed $100, TV/VCR, $250. 286-4679.
Lg Amana micro & kitchen items, $100. 282-4232.
Blk dinette w/glass tbl top 4 chairs exc cond, $400. 284-5136.
Zenith console TV, $200, Q sz waterbed, $400. 282-3694.
4 bar & counter stools almond, like new, $150ea. 229-2916. _
Rattan DR & LR set, $500ea. 260-2901.
Twin bed w/matt, 1 night stand, $200. 230-1798. _
Green wall to wall carpet 12x27, hanging bamboo swing, Q sz bed. 252-1257._
Wht sectional w/recliner & sofa sleeper, $1,200. 283-4295.
Bl Priscilla curtains 2 sets $25ea, beige carpet w/pad 12x15 $175, toastmasteroven $200.287-6373.
Dyed rattan DR & LR set $750ea, elec range $325.226-8116.
Coffee tble modern $100, Fisher stereo CD am-fm tuner plus spkers $300/obo. 286-3825.__
K sz bed $375, rd tble w/4 chairs $500, clothes dryer $ 150, garden fount, w/pump, $200, 256-6457.
Beige sofa, loveseat, end/coffee tables, 6x 12carpet, lamps, clothes. 284-5194.__
K-sz w/bed, mirrored hdbrd, 6 drawer base all acc, glass table & chairs both, $575. 282-3582.
Complete full sz bed linen set w/ pillow shams. 282-4232.
Cuckoo clocks authentic, hand carved, from the German Black Forest. 287-5897.
DR luxurious long dark glass table w/metal base 45x70in, like new, $485. 286-3732.
Greek key rug-new, 5'3x8'3, beige/cream $100, women's shoes? 1/2-9,$7-$10. 287-4788.
Carpets, curtains, micro, baby changing tble & double bubble stroller 286-4334.
Q-sz waterbed w/bookcase hdbd exc cond, new heater, $300/obo. 284-4625.
J/Lind crib converts to youth bed $125, sheets, bumper pad, crib toy & misc items. 284-6629.
5 pc LR $300, 2 chairs DR $60, 19" TV/VCR $250, swivel mirror mahogony $10. 284-3185.
Kenmore portable dishwasher w/ cutting bd top in gd cond, $80. 284-3634.__
2 pc sectional l-shape brownish beige in color gd cond, $400.284-3528.
Mohogany armoire $ 100, loveseat $250, sm dinette $80, Marantz tape recorder, $75. 243-5730.
Sauder home ent center gd cond, woodgrain finish fits TV up to 27", $60/obo. 269-7770.
Furniture, mini-blinds outdoor plants. K sz waterbed mattress & heater. 284-5434.
4 hand-carved wooden span style dining chairs upholstered seats & back $200. 236-3924.
Elec stove (Rango) GE, 4 burners, $100. 256-6407 between 7-10pm.___
Tele clock radio $12, crock pot $10, toaster $10, 2 pop com pop-pers$10ea. 287-6244.
Crib $100, Port-a-Crib $75, high chair $50, or $200 for all. 284-6879.
K sz waterbed w/all assc. 283-3373 call after 7pm.
K sz w/bed cherry wood, rose mirror hdbrd, 6 drawer, mattress, heater, padding, $450. 282-3793.
Sofabed, z bamboo w/arm chairs, bamboo coffee table perfect cond, $295. 264-1462.
6x8 Oriental bttrgandy carpet $150. curio cabinet, $350. 286-3373 after 5pm. _
Wall-to-wall biege carpel w/pad in field gradeqtrs-1000 area, $300. 287-5271.
Recliner exc cond, $200, VBL stereo spkers, VCR Sony 4 head 3 mths use. 262-9661.___
Entertainment center $85, carpet $100, Lil Tyke toys, exc cond. 287-5439._
LR, DR, bunkbeds, BR, comp 4865x25m w/printer, lawn mow-er. 286-4476.__
3 beds, dining table, VCRs stereo, desk, computer & more. 264-0778._._
Twin sz bedrm set $300/obo, Qsz sleeper sofa $300/obo, 12" girls bike, $20. 287-4043.__
8,000 BTU ac $ 125, student desk $20, dresser w/hanging closet $75, bar/stool set, $200. 286-3895.
Recliner w/massage system $325, sm floor lamp $10, vinyl storage closet $35. 252-2211._
LR set $350, DR set $225, comp set $400, 25" floor model TV, $350, metal cabinet. 286-4378.
Buffet $250, dryer $200, Cushman dresser/mirror $350, Ksz matt $100, coffee tbl $125. 264-7517.___
Berber rug, off-white solid color,
wool knot work, 2 l/2x 3 l/2m apprx 8x11, $195. 282-3126.
LR furn, washer for parts, grill w/ tank. 233-1676.
Miscellaneous
Various R&B cds, $6 ea. 287-4546.
16" Team Murray bicycle, almost new, $65. 236-0984.
GE lg cap washer/dryer $600, Tandy monitor/keyboard/printer $750, vertical blinds lt grn $100, mini Winds_$ 1 Pea. 287-5833.
4 tires, 215rxl5 w/6 bolt for Chevy or Wagoneer trucks, $ 125. 226-1158.__
Picnic tble w/benches, $60. 287-4420.__
Wedding dress sz 12, $500. 261 -1712.__
Wedding ring trio set, wedding dress w/veil, w/more, $1,200 or sold separately. 286-6134.
Sears 20 cu ft, top/bottom refrig/ freezer, exccond, $795.286-3381.
1992 Ency Britanica w/ Great Books, leather bound, $1,500. 286-6225.
10 mini blinds, fits trop qtrs, much more. 286-65.33.
15 SNES games $35 ea or all for $475, 29" Panasonic The One color TV $1,000. 260-8148.
Dbl sz futon - folds out $50, wood tbl w/4 chairs, L. T. workshop $50, 6x9 grn rug $25. 284-4920.
Sony 19" color TV w/remote, $150. 252-2955.
Jrgirl scout uniform, 2 shirts, 1 pr shorts, 2 books, extras, $15.252-2080.
Football equip, helmet, pads, and more. 252-2287.
21 spd womens Schwinn mm bike, blk stereo cab. 284-5833.
McCulloch chainsaw w/33"bar. 252-1182.
Scuba gear, many items sold together, $600. 282-4538.
Miscellaneous houseing items. 260-4463.
BR set, & other items. 252-1257.
Miscellaneous housing items. 257-3294.
Little Tykes playhouse $ 160, girls 12" Hike, like new, $40.282-3375.
Clothes, Aiwa turntbl. Turbo Graphics system w/3 tapes. 284-3689._
Young childrcns ency, 16 volumes-new. 224-7707.
9x12 light bl carpet $30, 2 patio chairs, patio end tbl $100. 282-5630._'__
1990-94 sports cards - baseball, basketball, football, singles and sets. 284-3689.
Eng lang tutor, includes tapes, books, workbooks, $100. 224-7707._
Mens & womens clothing, drapes, bedspreads, uniforms, tires & vari-kennels. 269-6829._
Adjustable work tbl w/ lamp $85, rolling desk chair $20, Wilson fielder's glove, $30. 252-2211.
Tires, 4 BF Goodrich Trailmaker II P205/75R15, $130. 287-5785.
Salt water fishing rod w/reel, 50W Penn International custom Fenwick rod, $350. 282-4538.
Diamond back Sorrerto mtb 18" 21 spd, $440/obo. 226-1158.
Crib w/matt, dresser, changing tbl $250, infant bedding set $ 100. 260-9743.___
Lace wedding dress, w/headpiece & veil, sz 7-8, $575. 230-0227.
Brake booster & alternator, like new lor Camaro 2.KL V-6. 252-6956. __
Metal AQ stand, 5 dr dresser, ent center, much more. 287-4592.
Night Shadow porcelain collector plate trimmed in 23kl gold, $35.236-0984.
Surfboard, Channel Island 7'-0", Channel Island 6'-6", Channel Island 6'-10. 243-5777.
Conference tbl, 3-display cabinets, step machine, mahogany buffet w/glass tops. 226-8626.
Flex force exercise machine w/ free action, gd cond, $150. 282-4295.__
Pink vertical blinds $100, 2 bar stools $40, lamp $50. 287-6480.
Crib $80, car seat $60.252-2836.
Stereo cabinet w/glass drs, wheels, $35.284-3323. _
Sega Genesis controller extensions, 25', never used, $ 1 Opr. 284-3323.__
Wall pictures $20, bronze tbl $80, rocking chair set $150, hamster cage $20, portable crib. 260-6150.
PCC books, Zoology $25, Eng Comp II $15, Music Apprecia-tion $20. 282-6198.
New trumpet w/case, wedgewood dishes, pcrsian rug, paintings, more, all in exc cond. 264-8772.
Designer album covers. 286-4084;__
Baby stroller. 260-4840 after 7 pm.
A/C condensor for Jeep Cherokee, fits diesel, V6, '84-'86 4cyl never used, $200/obo. 263-8077.
DR tbl w/6 chairs $325, micro, VCR, clothes, Nintendo, frame $ 10, more. 287-3335._
Nintendo games $9-$20, great selection. 286-4893 call after 5pm.
Little Tykes castle, blue drapes. 252-1257.
Adult clothes & baby items. 284-3276 after 5pm Fridays or weekends.
K sz waterbed, picnic tbl, TV & stereo stand, toys, clothes, curtains, kitchenjtems. 286-4238.
Porcelain dolls, eight to choose from exc cond, $20-$35. 286-6196._
Trailer, utility, l/4tonsteel frame, wood box, $295. 260-9172 after 6pm.
70 cc motorcycle $ 150, hot water heater, $200. 284-6692.
Wrangler tires P225/75R15 $50, jeep round fog lamp $50, MR2 car bra $40. 287-4788. _
Sunbeam gas BBQ grill w/2 tanks, rocks, needs wk, $35. 286-4589.
VHS capehart 2 hds, gas leak detector comp kit $30,4 rim/tires
R15-6holes $20ea. 269-3538.
20" girls bike, good condition, $65. 233-3961.
4 tires P185/60R13, new $40ea, oriental carpet 5X8 $45. 282-3793.__
Rare import cd & video collection, over 50 CDs like new, call for titles. 287-3230.__
Sport cards, all kinds, best selection in Panama. 287-3230 Ken.
Peach curtains for 3 bedroom trop-ical qtrs, $100. 284-4529._
3kt TW diamond tennis bracelet from Zales, good quality, $ 1,300. 228-1189.
Qtrs 604 A Howard 7:30-10:30am.
Qtrs 770 C Barnebey Balboa 7-9:30am.
2 patio chairs w/waterproof cushions w/end tbl $90, Nintendo, gun, 8 games $90, more. 236-3247.
Motorcycles
1990 Yamaha Jog 50cc, 1 cyl, w/ helmet, grt cond, $600.287-6840 Rm 217._
1987 Yamaha Riva 200cc, U.S. specs, dty pd, low miles. 285-5935.__
1983 Yamaha 750 cc, lots of ex-tras, $1,500. 266-5797.__
Motorcycle trailer for 3 motorcy-cles, exc cond, $325. 252-7188.
1993 Honda Shadow, VT600CD deluxe, lots of chrome, extras, $5,500. 284�6327.
Patio Sales
Qtrs 1103 A Clayton.
Qtrs 68 A Howard 7-1 lam. Qtrs 2029 Curundu 7am-noon.
Qtrs 302 B Albrook 7am-noon. Qtrs 126 B Albrook 8am-?. Qtrs 5779 B Diablo.
Qtrs 609 D Clayton 8am-noon. Qtrs 1526 C Howard K^larn^ Qtrs 7273 A Cardenas. Qtrs 5785 B Diablo 8am-noon. Qtrs 126 A Howard 7-1 lam. Qtrs 17 B Clayton.
Qtrs 555 C Clayton.
Qtrs 633 B Clayton 8am-1pm.
Hangar # 25 Diablo.
Qtrs 136 Alameda.
Qtrs 2069 Curundu 7am-noon.
Qtrs 561 B Clayton.
Qtrs 108 A Albrook 8am-noon.
Qtrs 1050 C Clayton._
Qtrs 531 C Clayton.
Qtrs 146 B Howard.
Qtrs 1523 F Howard.
Qtrs 2620 B Cocoli.
Someone to swap Panamaian recipes, to include mango dishes and plante dishes. 287-3266.
People to play Violence & Grace, Lacrosse players welcome. Ama-dorpool, Sunday noon. 250-0003.
Employment for bi-lingual maid. Honest, dependable. 286-4587.
1980 Japanese car in gd mech cond, pay $1000 immediately. 220-2024 Henry or Gene.
Miniature female Chihuahua pup-py. 230-1927 Jeanette.
Key board - singer for R&R band, must have exp. and on-base privileges. 286-3381.
House-sit/rental, USAFA 0-3 w/ family(3), Oct.l, '94-Feb. 1 '95. Call collect (719) 472-6213._
Sz 3 children's ballet & tap shoes. 282-3932.__
Clients for new in-home beauty salon. Perms, colors, hi/low lights. U.S. trained/products. 284-4339.
Live-in honest, reliable, mature lady w/refs. Clean, gd w/kids 2 & 4 year old. Albrook. 286-3493.
Live-in, must speak/write Eng for care of 7 yr old, some cleaning/ washing required M-F. 286-6270.
Eng spk live-out maid, M-F, clean, iron, cook, take care of 2 old dogs, $150 mo. 286-6179.
Bi-lingual housekee'per, cook, live-in honest & reliable w/exp & refs, good w/children. 260-0847.
25-40 hp outboard motor to rent or buy for my 14" wood boat. 287-4137.____
Recommendation for a seamstress to make pleated drapes. 236-3770 ]v msg.
Camera Canon Sure Shot, zoom XL. 269-6701 after 6 pm.
Bi-lingual babysitter/maid, live-in/out, M-S to care for newborn, $120. 284-3295.
Home schooling family looking for other hotneschoolers on base. 284-6820.
Dependable maid. M-S must spk Eng. Child care and housework $ 130 starting salary. 287-3710.
Size 4 1/2 -5 football cleats. Super Nintendo games. 252-1257 Kathy.
Lost
Gold watch at the Fort Clayton Gym. will consider an award for its return. 283-1410
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Employment
HOW TO APPLY: Submit a SF-171, DD 214 If claiming veteran preference, a copy of college transcripts if claiming education and a copy of CASP notice of rating if applicable. Submit a copy of latest SF-50 if you are a Federal employee.
For more information regarding Army vacancy announcements (forms required, job related criteria, etc.), visit the Directorate of Civilian Personnel, Building 560, Room 102, Corozal, or call 285-5201.
*Note: One-on-one employment counseling should be the first step in the job search.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Positions at NM-5 level and above require specialized experience. Specialized experience is either education above the high school level or work experience directly related to the position being filled. Example: Budget positions at or above the NM-5 level required Budget experience or equivalent education.
Vacancy announcements are also available at the Sundial Recreation Center.
Directorate of Civilian Personnel is accepting applications on a continuous basis for the following positions. Registers established from these announcements will be used to fill permanent and temporary positions.
VB# 001 * General ClericaLNM-3 (Used to fill most clerical position).
VB# 001A * General Clerical, NM-4 (Used to fill most clerical position).
VB#002 * Sales Store Checker, NM-3 (Intermittent wksch) * CASP Examination (CEO, notice of rating) is required.
VB# 003 Recreation Assistant, NM-4 (Lifeguard) Requires
Cert + 6 mo recreation exp in the field.
VB# 004 Recreation Assistant, NM-4 (Req 6 mos recreation
exp in the field.
VB# 005 Secretary (Stenography), NM-5
VB# 005A Secretary (Stenography), NM-6
VB# 006 Secretary (Typing/Office Automation), NM-5
VB# 006A Secretary (Typing/Office Automation), NM-6
The following positions are Perm/temp, Full-time, Part-time, Intermittent
VB# 007 ** MEDICAL OFFICER, NE12/13/14. VB# 008 ** CLINICAL NURSE, (RN license required), NM-9/10/11.
VB# 009 ** PRACTICAL NORSE, (LPN licence required), NM-5. :
VB#019 ** EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN, NM-640-4/5/6,
** Selectees for nurse, medical officer and EMT positions will be required to undergo a background check.
lice.
VB#010 Manual Positions, MG-2. Closed until further no-
tice.
VB# Oil Manual Positions, MG-3. Closed until further no-
VB# 012 Manual Prslllons, MG-4. Closed until further no-
tice.
VB* 013 Manual Positions, MG-5. Closed until further notice.
VB# 014 Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-6. Closed until further nonce.
VB#015 Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-7. Closed imtilfur-ther notice.
VB#016 Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-8. Closed until further notice.
VB# 018 Supply Technician, NM-5. Closed until further notice.
VB# 018A Supply Technician, NM-6. Closed until further notice.
VB#017 Administrative Services Assistant, NM-5. Limited to permanent status employees only.
VB# 017A Administrative Services Assistant, NM-6. Limited to permanent status employees only.
Pacific
Worldwide and local announcement. OPEN: 08-19-94 CLOSES: 09-20-94
WW425-94-JH INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST (OPERATIONS), GS-132-12. SENSITIVE. INSCOM, 310th MI Bn, 470th Bde, Corozal. NOTE: Security clearance is required. Bilingual (fluent English/Spanish). Driver's license is required (commercial and military). Position is in the excepted service.
Pacific
VB# VACANCIES TITLE AND LOCATION OPEN: 08-19-94 CLOSE: 08-30-94
421-94-SS GENERAL ENGINEER, NM-801-11. USAG.DEH, Contracts Div., Corozal.
423-94-LA ANTENNA MECHANIC LEADER, ML-470M0. 56th Signal Battalion, C&E Maint Br, Ft. Clayton. NOTE: Must be able to lift and carry heavy objects, (i.e. cables antennas, etc) and climb structures 225 feet or more. Driver's license required.
425- 94-LA COMPUTER ASSISTANT, NM-335-5. SENSITIVE. 56th Sig Bn, DOIM, IPF/Operation Sec, Ft.Clayton. NOTE: Security clearance. Shift work.
426- 94-JH MANAGEMENT ANALYST, NM-343-11. DODDS, Resource Support Office, Albrook. NOTE: Limited to veterans preference eligible; only. Temp. NTE: 09-02-95.
427- 94-LA TRAINING COORDINATOR (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM-303-5. 56th Sig Bn Training Branch Ft. Clayton. NOTE: Driver's license required. Qualified typist. Must be able to lift and move large audio visual equipment up to 60 lbs.
428- 94-SS SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM-318-6 DEV 7. SENSITIVE. US AG, DEH, Corozal.
396A-94-KF SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM-318-7. SENSITIVE. USARSO, DCSfNT, Ft Clayton. NOTE: Security clearance is required. Qualified typist Those who applied under VB# 396-94-KF, SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM-318-7, need not reapply
NOTE: VB# 346-94-SS and 346A-94-SS, SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM-318-SS, has been canceled.
Club news
Quarry Heights
?Officers' Club: 282-3439
A la carte breakfast is served 6:30-8:30 a.m. Mondays-Fridays and 8-10 a.m. Saturdays. Club members will receive a menu sampler with their next monthly billing.
Amador
?Club Amador: 282^1334
AU-you-can-eat lunch buffet, $3.95 Fridays, featuring soup, salad, selection of entree, special return rights.
Sunday brunch features the Ballet Folklorico Panameno at noon the first Sunday of each month.
All-you-can-eat spaghetti lunch Wednesdays, $3.95.
Clayton
?The Loop: 287-3035
C J's Sports Bar offers daily lunch specials 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. Pool tournaments are held 3:30 p.m. Sundays.
Prizmz Night Club features a variety of music Wednesdays-Saturdays and jazz 5 p.m. Sundays.
For events or parties at the Prizmz Night Club or CJ's Sports Bar, call 287-4716 or send a fax to 287-4343.
?NCO Club: 287^716
Casa Maria special through Aug. 31: tortilla sandwich, three flour tortillas, fxijoles, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, lettuce, tomatoes and jalapeno, $5.50 per person.
Albrook
?Albrook Club: 286-3557/3582
Free ride program is offered to all Air Force club patrons who have had too much to drink. Check with the night/ duty manager or bartender.
Tonight's entertainment 5-9 p.m. Get jazzed with Lowell Hopper in the lounge.
Steak night 6-9 p.m. Fridays. Choose from rib eye, K.C. strip, filet or prime rib. Dinner comes with vegetable, baked potato, French fries or rice.
Sunday champagne brunch 10 a.m.-l p.m. in the dining room offers breakfast from cooked-to-order omelets, French toast, hot lunches, salad and fruits, peel-and-eat shrimp, desserts and ice cream bar.
Mongolian barbecue 6-8:30 p.m. Mondays. Prepare your plate, choose the meat, vegetables, seasonings, oils and have chefs do the job outside on the open grills.
Mini gourmet night 6-8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Wine tasting and strawberries Romanov. Treat yourselves to a fabulous feast with tuxedo service, $17.95.
Mexican night buffet 6:30-8 p.m. Thursdays includes tacos, fajitas, taco salad and sopapillas for dessert. After dinner dance the night way to country western music.
Country western night Thursdays with free dance lessons at 7:30-10:30 p.m. Learn the two-step, line and couples dances, the waltz, the cha cha and the swing.
Club closes after lunch the first Tuesday of each month for maintenance.
Room service now available for guests.
Howard
?Howard Enlisted Members' Club - Dining Room: 284-4189
Sunday breakfast buffet 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. An assortment of breakfast foods are available in the dining room.
Breakfast is served 6-9:30 a.m. Mondays-Fridays; 7:30 a.m. Saturdays.
Mexican night and Texas barbecue 5:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Enjoy all-you-can-eat soft tacos. Fajitas, ribs and fish are also available.
Saturday night gourmet specials 5:30 - 9 p.m. Saturdays. Take someone special to dinner featuring tableside preparation with Tuxedo Service.
Steak night special 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the dining room. Select a cut and order a New York strip, rib eye or filet. All steaks are U.S. choice beef.
Bang up barbecue daily in the Breezeway, dine-in or take-out. Enjoy the ribs, brisket, chopped beef or spicey hot wings.
New family menu Tuesdays and Fridays featuring all the past favorites plus new items such as jerked chicken, hand made 1/2 pound hamburgers, baked ravioli and more.
?Howard Enlisted Members' Club Ballroom : 284-4189
Henry 'J', 4:30 p.m.-1 a.m. Tonight. Dance and relax to the sounds of DeFay.
?Howard Enlisted Members' Club Casual Cove: 284-4189
New country 8 p.m. to closing Fridays.
Karaoke 7:30 p.m. Sundays, 8 p.m. Tuesdays.
Country and western dance lessons 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays in the Casual Cove. Learn the latest in line dancing, the stomp, waltz and others. Music will be until midnight.
Night mug special Wednesdays. Buy a mug filled with your favorite draft beverage and go back for refills.
Saturday and Monday nights disco 5 p.m.-l a.m.
Rock 'n' roll golden oldies 5-8 p.m. Tuesdays; 5 p.m.-midnight Thursdays.
Club card drawing 6-7:30 p.m. Thursdays. Members must have a card and be present to win.
?Top Three Club: 284-4189 Karaoke 6 p.m. Fridays.
Taco bar 5 p.m. Wednesdays. Free all-you-can-eat. Club card drawing 6-7:30 p.m. Thursdays. Members must have a card and be present to win. Club closed Saturdays.
?Howard Officers' Club: 284-3718
Super social hours 5 p.m. Fridays. Come and eat at the complimentary bait snacks and enjoy music.
Club card drawing in the lounge 7 p.m. Wednesdays. Come to the bar and have a chance to win prizes and money.
New lounge menu available Mondays-Saturdays. Try our new appetizers and sandwiches.
Dining room is closed Sunday and Wednesday nights. The club is closed Sundays.
Rodman
The Rodman Club, Rodman Annex, the Laguna Lounge and Rodman Bohio is open to all ranks. ?Rodman Club: 283^1498
Attitude adjustment with hors d'oeuvres, games and live music 4:30-11 p.m. today at the Rodman Bohio.
Social hour & hors d'oeuvres, 3:30-11 p.m. Fridays at the Laguna Lounge and Rodman Bohio.
All-you-can-eat lunch buffet and grill menu 11 a.m.-l p.m. Mondays-Fridays.
Soup and sub night 4:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays. Grill menu is also available.
All-you-can-eat beef and burgundy 4:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Grill menu is also available.
Cook-your-own steak night 4:30-8:30 p.m. Thursdays at the Rodman Bohio.
Fine dining 6-9 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays.
Upstairs Bar 4:30-8:30 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays; 6-9 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays.
Dinner is served 6-9 p.m. Mondays-Sundays.
?Rodman Annex: 283^498 Breakfast is served 6:30-8:30 a.m. Mondays-Fridays. All-you-can-eat lunch buffet and grill menu 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Mondays-Fridays.
The club is closed for evening and weekend service.
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Monday
NPR's Cartalk NPR's Living On Earth What's the Story On Computers Robert/JamesExchange
Tuesday
KSFO Sports Byline USA
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KSFO Sports Byline USA The Best of Our Knowledge The Health Show Social Thought
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Back to School
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August 19, 1994
A special supplement to the Tropic Times
Page CI
Department of Delense photo by Maureen Sampson
Getting ready
Jeff Lyle, sixth grade teacher, and Carolyn Miskoysky, kindergarten teacher, put together an informational display at Fort Clayton Elementary in preparation for the 1994-1995 school year.
Enrollment PageC2| Lunches
Department of Defense Dependents Schools begin new school year Thursday.
Page C8 | and more
Low-cost lunches are available for families with certain income levels.
?Atlantic bus routes, Page C3 ?Pacific bus routes, Page C3 ?Panama City routes, Page C6
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WBack to School News
Enroll now
Next week marks beginning of another school year
ALBROOK AFS (DoDDS) - The 1994-95 school year begins Thursday and for those parents who have not enrolled their children yet, now is the time, say Department of Defense Dependents Schools officials.
On the Pacific side of the isthmus, students in grades 7-9 will attend Curundu Junior High School and students in grades 10-12 will attend Balboa High School. On the Atlantic side of the isthmus, all students in grades 7-12 will attend Cristobal Junior/Senior High School located in Coco Solo.
All students in grades K - 6 will enroll in their respective elementary schools.
All parents with school age dependents should enroll their dependents immediately. To register dependents at school, parents are required to present the following documents:
?Non-military: Permanent change of station orders, certification letter from the civilian personnel office (local hires), letter of sponsorship (other U.S. government employees), DoD civilian identification cards, immunization records, report cards and/or transcripts from previous schools.
?Military: Permanent change of station orders, DoD ID cards, immunization records, report cards and/or transcripts from previous schools.
?All children enrolling in kindergarten or first grade must present either birth certificate or passport.
?Children must be 5 years of age by Oct. 31,1994, to enroll in kindergarten and 6 by Oct. 31,1994 to enroll in first grade.
All students must have their immunization records available to register at the school. This record includes the minimum DoD requirements for polio, DTP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis), and two doses of MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella).
Where to attend
Below are the districts and the general school boundaries for enrollment in the various elementary schools:
?Balboa Elementary School - Ancon, Balboa, Balboa Heights, Fort Amador, La Boca, Quarry Heights.
?Diablo Elementary School - Albrook, Diablo Heights.
?Los Rios Elementary School - Cardenas, Corozal,
Waiting patiently
Department of Defense photo by Maureen Sampson
Spring Masado and Michelle Glenn wait for their bus on the first day of school last year. Bus schedules begin on Page C-3 for the school year beginning Thursday.
Curundu, Curundu Heights, Diablo Terrace, Los Rios.
?Curundu Elementary School -Fort Clayton, Quarters 500s, 600s, 700s, 1000-1100.
?Fort Clayton Elementary School - Fort Clayton, Quarters 1-100, 300s, 400s, 800s, 900s.
?Fort Kobbe Elementary School - Fort Kobbe, Quarters 300s, 400s Howard, Quarters 1-199,500-699s Veracruz, Costa del Sol.
?Howard Elementary School - Howard, Rodman, Cocoli, Farfan, Arraijan, Chorrera.
?Fort Davis Elementary School - Fort Davis, Gatun, Fort Sherman.
?Fort Gulick Elementary School - Fort Gulick, Off-post residents.
Sponsors of dependents attending DoDDS residing in Panama City, excluding the Canal area, should contact one of the following schools to verify the specific school their dependents will be attending: Balboa Elementary School, 252-7696; Diablo Elementary School, 252-3546; or Curundu Elementary School, 287-6565.
Parents may withdraw their children from school before the end of the school year, but DoD officials note the early withdrawal program is not designed for people who want to go on vacation. The program is designed to allow those being reassigned outside Panama to leave close to the end of the school year without their family members losing a semester's credit.
A civilian employee must have a supervisor certify there is an operational requirement that the employee begin his or her leave before the end of the school year. Students may then be allowed to take early exams and receive credit.
Early withdrawal dates are Dec. 14,1994, and May 18, 1995.
Sponsoring units
Military units are matched with DoDDS schools. The sponsor units help their schools, especially during special events, such as health fairs, music programs, track and field meets.
Sponsor units and their schools are:
?Balboa Elementary School - U.S. Army Medical Activity
?Diablo Elementary School - 24th Medical Group ?Los Rios Elementary School - 3rd Special
Operation Support Command
?Fort Clayton Elementary School - 106th Signal
Brigade
?Curundu Elementary School - U.S. Army Garrison
?Fort Kobbe Elementary School - 1st Bn. 228th Aviation Regiment, 536th Engineering Battalion
?Fort Davis Elementary School - 747th Military Intelligence Battalion
?Balboa High School - Military Police, Provost Marshal's Office
?Cristobal High School - Company C, 5th Battalion 87th Infantry Regiment
?Curundu Junior High School - 41st Area Support Group
DoDDS principals have also called for parents to get involved with their children's education. The principals are encouraging parents to attend school events, to join parent-teacher organizations and to volunteer. Their philosophy is that everyone benefits when parents and teachers work together.
New student orientations
DoDDS-Panama teachers and administrators have planned orientation and back-to-school meetings for parents.
The meetings will give parents an opportunity to meet their children's teachers and get information on the curriculum, student schedules, expectations for students and parents and local school policies.
The following is a list of dates and times for orientation meetings:
?Balboa High School, Tuesday, 9 a.m. ?Cristobal Jr/Sr High School, Tuesday, 10 a.m. ?Curundu Junior High School, today, 9 a.m. ?Diablo Elementary School, today, 10 a.m. ?Fort Clayton Elementary School, today, 12 p.m. ?Fort Davis Elementary School, Tuesday, 2 p.m. ?Fort Gulick Elementary School, Wednesday, 9 a.m. ?Fort Kobbe Elementary, today, 12 and 4:30 p.m. ?Howard Elementary School, Monday, 4:30 p.m. ?Los Rios Elementary School, Tuesady, 4:30 p.m.


IP" Back to School Bus Schedule Au^ 19, 1994 C3
Atlantic routes
Note: All morning kindergarden students will travel to school in buses according to the routes scheduled for their respective elementary school.
All afternoon kindergarden students will return to their homes in buses according to the routes scheduled for their respective elementary school.
Because of traffic and weather conditions, buses may pick up passengers five minutes before scheduled time. Should the bus not come on time, it is recommended that students wait at least 15 minutes before leaving the stop.
A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates junior or senior high schools.
Cristobal High School
Location Depart Return
CRS-1: Fort Davis
Qtrs 578 6:40 3:05
Qtrs 524 6:44 3:01
Qtrs 540 6:46 2:58
Qtrs 547 6:48 2:56
Qtrs 574 6:52 2:52
Qtrs 568 6:55 2:49
Cristobal H.S. 7:24 2:35
CRS - 2: Fort Davis
Qtrs 201 6:45 3:03
Qtrs 23 6:48 3:00
Qtrs 114 6:50 2:58
Qtrs 41 6:53 2:55
Qtrs 14 6:55 2:53
Qtrs 216 6:58 2:50
Cristobal H.S. 7:20 2:35
CRS-3: Gatun, Arco Iris
Gatun:
Qtrs 144 6:50 3:03
Swimming Pool 6:55 2:59
Community Center 7:00 2:50
Arco Iris:
Qtrs 5442 7:12 2:44
Qtrs 6455 7:13 2:41
Qtrs 6540 7:14 2:40
Cristobal H.S. 7:25 2:30
CRS - 4: Fort Espinar
Qtrs 105 6:47 2:46
Qtrs 12 6:50 2:50
Qtrs 41 6:53 2:53
Qtrs 51 6:56 2:57
Cristobal H.S. 7:25 2:30
CRS - 5: Fort Espinar
Qtrs 24 6:50 3:00
Qtrs 576 6:55 2:55
Margarita Elementary School 7:00 2:50
Cristobal H.S. 7:20 2:55
CRS - 6: Fort Sherman
500 Housing 6:30 3:00
300 Housing 6:35 2:55
Cristobal H.S. 7:25 2:30
Fort Davis Elementary
DAE -1: Fort Davis
Qtrs 25 7:44 2:16
Qtrs 41 7:48 2:12
Qtrs 14 7:52 2:08
Fort Davis Elementary School 7:55 2:05
DAE-2: Fort Davis
Qtrs 202 7:48 2:00
Qtrs 114 7:53 2:05
Fort Davis Elementary School 7:58 1:55
DAE - 3: Fort Sherman
500 Housing 7:00 2:25
300 Housing 7:05 2:30
Ft. Davis Elementary School 7:30 1:55
DAE - 4: Fort Espinar, Margarita
Fort Espinar:
Qtrs 161/173 7:15 2:43
Qtrs 145/128/116 7:18 2:40
Qtrs 104/11/14/26 7:21 2:37
Qtrs 39/41/51 7:24 2:34
Qtrs 24/10 7:27 2:31
Qtrs 576 7:31 2:29
Margarita:
Credit Union 7:34 2:26
Qtrs 8BO 7:37 2:23
Elementary School 7:40 2:20
Brazos Hts. Entrance 7:45 2:15
Location Depart Return
Fort. Davis Elementary School 7:55 2:05
DAE - 5 : Gatun, Ft. Davis
Gatun:
Qtrs 138 7:15 2:35
Qtrs 144 7:18 2:32
Qtrs 234 7:20 2:30
Qtrs 413 7:22 2:28
Community Center Bldg. 206 7:26 2:24
Fort Davis:
Qtrs 43 7:34 2:16
Qtrs 86 7:36 2:14
Qtrs 567 7:38 2:12
Qtrs 539 7:40 2:10
Fort Davis Elementary School 8:00 2:05
Fort Gulick Elementary School
GE-l: Fort Espinar
Qtrs 145 7:35 2:21
Qtrs 173 7:37 2:19
Qtrs 121 7:39 2:17
Qtrs 104 7:41 2:15
Fort Gulick Elementary School 7:55 2:05
GE - 2: Margarita, Fort Espinar
Margarita:
Credit Union 7:35 2:25
Qtrs 8417 7:38 2:22
Preschool 7:40 2:20
Ft. Espinar:
Qtrs 500 7:45 2:15
Fort Gulick Elementary School 8:00 2:05
GE - 3: Coco Solo, Fort Espinar
Coco Solo:
Qtrs El-3 7:17 2:04
Ft. Espinar:
Qtrs 12 7:32 2:19
Qtrs 16 7:34 2:21
Qtrs 39 7:36 2:23
Qtrs 51 7:38 2:25
Qtrs 47 7:40 2:23
Qtrs 24 7:42 2:21
Qtrs 10-A 7:48 2:15
Fort Gulick Elementary School 8:00 2:05
Colon Area
GE-6/CRS-7: Sabanitas, Santa Rita, San Judas, Colon
San Judas BS 6:25 3:28
Casa Heres (Front Luther King) 6:27 3:30
Barriada Cielitos (Front Luther King) 6:29 3:32
Barriada ANAP (Entrance) 6:32 3:35
Barriada Pilon (Entrance) 6:34 3:37
Barriada Santa Rita (Entrance) 6:36 3:39
Barriada Tagaropulos (Entrance) 6:37 2:40
Barriada Luther King (Entrance) 6:39 2:42
IPTC BS (College) 6:41 3:44
Colon Area:
St. 16 & Central Ave. 6:55 2:55
St. 10 & Roosevelt Ave. 7:00 3:00
St. 7 & Roosevelt Ave. 7:05 3:05
St. 3 & Melendez Ave. 7:08 3:08
St. 1 & Melendez Ave. 7:11 3:11
St. 1 & Central Ave. 7:12 3:12
St. 9 & Central Ave. 7:13 3:13
Cristobal High School 7:20 2:35
Fort Gulick Elementary School 7:40 2:15
Fort Davis Elementary School 7:55 2:05
Pacific on-post
Notes: All morning kindergarden students will travel to school in buses according to the routes scheduled for their respective elementary school.
All afternoon kindergarden students will return to their homes in buses according to the routes scheduled for their respective elementary school.
Because of traffic and weather conditions, buses may pick up passengers five minutes before scheduled time. Should the bus not come on time, it is recommended that students wait at least 15 minutes before leaving the stop.
A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates junior or senior high schools.
Balboa Elementary School
Location Depart Return
BE - 2 / BK-2 (to school): Ancon
Blvd. Rd. Qtrs 617 7:19 2:10
Blvd. Qtrs 583 7:20 2:11
Blvd. Qtrs 580 7:23 2:14
Guayacan Terrace Qtrs 526 7:24 2:15
Frangipani Qtrs 439 7:35 2:16
Blvd. Parita Place Qtrs 500 7:37 2:18
Blvd. Manzanillo Qtrs 512 7:38 2:19
Blvd. Manzanillo Qtrs 522 7:39 2:20
Herricks Heights Qtrs 0202 7:42 2:21
Herricks Heights Qtrs 0205 7:43 2:22
Herricks Heights Qtrs 0208 7:44 2:23
Heights Rd. Qtrs 205 7:50 2:29
Quarry Heights Officer's Club 7:54 2:33
Heights Rd. Qtrs 130 7:58 2:37
Balboa Elementary School 7:55 2:05
BE - 3 (to school) Fort Amador:
Qtrs 15 7:35 2:17
Qtrs 19 7:36 2:18
Qtrs 24 7:37 2:19
Qtrs 36 7:38 2:20
Chapel 108 7:41 2:22
Qtrs 31 7:43 2:25
Balboa Elementary School 7:50 2:05
BK - 1 (from school): Balboa, Fort Amador
Balboa:
Balboa Elementary School 10:35
Tavernilla La Boca Rd 10:40
La Boca Qtrs 944/930/Church 10:43
Empire 3209/819X 10:47
Fort Amador:
Loma Terrace 1100 10:48
Loma Terrace 1108 10:49
1347/408/414/15 10:52
24/456 10:55
Balboa Gavilan Area 1546/1531/1501 10:59
BK - 2 (from school): Ancon, Balboa
Balboa Elementary School 10:35
Ancon:
Boulevard Side Qtrs 500 10:45
Gorgas Rd / Carter Place 10:49
Herrick Heights 208 10:52
Herrick Heights 202/205 10:54
Balboa:
Balboa Heights Ridge Qtrs 130 10:57
Quarry Heights Officer Club 11:00
BE - 4 / BK - 1 (to school): Balboa, Fort Amador
Mango St. Qtrs 1545 7:37 2:09
Empire St. Qtrs 3209 7:39 2:11
CrotonSt. Qtrs819X 7:40 2:12
Qtrs 1100 (Loma Terrace) 7:41 2:14
Qtrs 1108 (Loma Terrace) 7:42 2:15
Qtrs 1347 7:43 2:17
Qtrs 28 (Peace Place) 7:44 2:19
Third St. Qtrs 402/408 7:46 2:21
BS 1209 7:48 2:23
Amador Rd. MP Gate BS 7:50 2:25
Balboa Elementary School 7:55 2:05
BE - 5 / BK - 3 (to school): Gamboa
Davis St Qtrs 314 7:08 2:51
Jadwin Ave Qtrs 109 7:10 2:50
Sibert Ave Qtrs 127 7:12 2:49
Old Elem School BLDG 56 7:15 2:46
Summit Qtrs 6007/6081 7:29 2:31
Paraiso 661/367 7:35 2:25
Pedro Miguel RR Station 7:37 2:22
Pedro Miguel Tennis Court 7:38 2:21
Pedro Miguel BS OPP Ball Park 7:39 2:20
Fort Clayton Child Care Center 7:45 2:12
Albrook Youth Center 2:10
Diablo Elementary School 7:48
Balboa Elementary School 7:52 2:05
BK - 3 (from school): Gamboa
Balboa Elementary School 10:35
Albrook Child Care Center 10:40
Fort Clayton Child Care Center 10:44
Pedro Miguel Tennis Court 10:50
Summit Qtrs 6007/6081 10:59
Old Gamboa Elem School Bldg 56 11:07
Sibert Ave Qtrs 127 11:09
Balboa High School
BS - 1: Albrook, Curundu
BE - 1 / BK -1 (to school) La Boca: Albrook:
Side Qtrs 930 BS (Las Perlas St.) 7:43 2:14 BS434 6:50 3:24
Side Qtrs 944 BS (Las Perlas St.) 7:44 2:15 BS423 6:52 3:23
Side Qtrs 0762 BS (Williamson PI.) 7:46 2:16 Curundu:
Side Qtrs 795X-A (Corner Tavernilla) 7:47 2:12 Contractors Qtrs 2318 6:56 3:20
Balboa Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Contractors Qtrs 2314 6:58 3:17
Post Office BS 7:00 3:15
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Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 Howard:
BS650 6:51 3:34
BS - 2: Albrook Qtrs 625 6:52 3:32
BS432 7:05 3:20 Side Qtrs 136 6:53 3:30
BS422 7:08 2:23 Theater 6:55 3:28
BS427 7:12 3:27 Balboa High School 7:15 2:55
BS 431 7:15 3:30 Curundu Jr. High School 7:25 2:35
BS468 7:18 3:33
BS429 7:20 3:35 BS - 9: Gamboa, Paraiso, Pedro Miguel
BS421 7:22 3:37 Gamboa:
Balboa High School 7:25 2:55 Qtrs 0266 6:40 3:45
Across Qtrs 266 6:42 3:43
BS - 3: Fort Clayton Maltby Place 6:45 3:41
Bldg518BS 538C 7:01 3:14 Summit Qtrs 6081 7:00 3:31
Qtrs 532 7:02 3:15 Paraiso:
Qtrs 5111 BS 524 7:04 3:17 BS (Main) Qtrs 687 7:05 3:24
BS Front Qtrs 479B 7:06 3:19 Qtrs 661 7:07 3:22
Qtrs 473 7:07 3:20 Qtrs 367 7:09 3:20
Qtrs 610 7:08 3:21 Pedro Miguel:
Qtrs 690 7:09 3:22 RR Station (across) 7:12 3:17
Qtrs 717 7:10 3:23 BS across ball park 7:13 3:15
Qtrs 718 7:12 3:25 Curundu Jr. High School 7:23 2:35
Balboa High School 7:25 2:55 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
BS - 4: Fort Clayton BS -10: Fort Clayton
Opp Entry Hocker Dr 7:11 3:23 Side Bldg 153 7:10 3:18
Smith & Morse Ave BS 438 7:13 3:25 Bldg 156 7:12 3:19
Morse Ave Front Qtrs 400 BS 399 7:14 3:26 Qtrs 332 (main) 7:15 3:21
Parker Drive Qtrs 910/907 7:15 3:28 Balboa High School 7:28 2:55
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
BS -11: Ancon
BS-5: Fort Clayton Manzanilla Qtrs 22 6:50 3:10
Qtrs 1161 6:54 3:07 Sacred Heart Chapel 6:52 3:12
Qtrs 1121 6:56 3:06 Quarry Hts Officer's Club 7:01 3:15
Qtrs 1103 7:00 3:05 Herricks Hts Qtrs 203/204 7:03 3:17
Balboa High School 7:15 2:55 Gorgas Army Hospital 7:05 3:19
Balboa High School 7:10 2:55
Location
Depart Return
BS - 6: Cardenas, Corozal
Cardenas:
BS across Qtrs 7239 6:50 3:34
BS across Qtrs 7264 6:51 3:32
BS side Qtrs 7230 6:52 3:30
BS side Qtrs 7236 6:53 3:28 Corozal:
(PCC) across Qtrs 6539 6:55 3:26
Diablo Terrace (Entrance) 7:05 3:21
Los Rios Elementary School 7:08 3:18
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
BS - 7: Howard AFB
Moth Row BS 139 6:45 3:32
Moth Row BS 155 6:46 3:33
Moth Row BS 162 6:47 3:34
BS 175 6:49 3:35
Clinic BS 6:50 3:36
Coffey Ave BS 120 6:51 3:37
Coffey Ave BS 90 6:52 3:38
Coffey Ave 51 6:53 3:39
Kansas & Nevada Drive Qtrs 1550 6:54 3:40
Beard Rd& Alaska Drive BS 1556 6:55 3:41
Balboa High School 7:15 2:55
BS - 8: Fort Kobbe, Howard AFB
Fort Kobbe Elementary School 6:45 3:42
Fort Clayton Elementary School
FCE -1: Fort Clayton
Lassiter Drive BS 1022
Qtrs 518 (Guest House)
Qtrs 532
600 area:
Qtrs 690
Qtrs 677
Qtrs 656
Qtrs 634
Qtrs 612
Qtrs 605
700 area:
Qtrs 719
Fort Clayton Elementary School
FCE-2: Fort Clayton
400 Area: Qtrs 474 Qtrs 479 900 Area: Qtrs 926 (Front) Qtrs 907
Fort Clayton Elementary School
7:26 7:28 7:30
7:35 7:37 7:38 7:39 7:40 7:41
7:43 7:55
7:35 7:38
7:42 7:45 7:55
2:45 2:43 2:41
2:36 2:35 2:34 2:33 2:32 2:31
2:29 2:05
2:30 2:27
2:23 2:20 2:05
FCK - 1 (to school): Fort Clayton
Mabry Drive BS 1065 10:52 2:51 FCE-1
McManus Drive, BS1045 10:53 2:50 FCE-1
Qtrs 518 (Guest House) 10:56 2:43 FCE-1
600 Area:
Qtrs 690 11:01 2:36 FCE-1
Qtrs 677 11:03 2:35 FCE-1
Qtrs 656 11:04 2:34 FCE-1
Qtrs 634 11:05 2:33 FCE-1
Qtrs 605 11:06 2:31 FCE-1
700 Area:
Qtrs 719 11:08 2:29 FCE-1
400 Area:
Qtrs 474 11:11 2:30 FCE-2
Qtrs 479 11:12 2:27 FCE-2
900 Area:
Qtrs 926 (Front) 11:15 2:23 FCE-2
Qtrs 907 11:17 2:20 FCE-2
Fort Clayton Elementary 11:25 2:05
Note: FCK -1 route will return from school using FCE-1 and
FCE-2.
FCK - 2 (from school): Fort Clayton
Fort Clayton Elementary School 10:35
Qtrs 677 10:40
Curundu Elementary School
CK -1 (to school, kindergarten only): Fort Clayton
Child Care Center Bldg 39 7:20 10:55
Qtrs 602,667,729,703 7:25 10:51
Qtrs 682,661,659,612 7:37 10:38
Curundu Elementary School 7:50 10:30
Qtrs 656,634,623,603,609 7:30 10:45
Qtrs 511,555,500,534,543 7:50 10:41
Curundu Elementary School 7:55 10:35
CK - 2 (from school): Fort Clayton
Curundu Elementary School 2:05
Youth Center 2:07
Child Care Center Bldg 39 2:08
Qtrs 637, 690, 715 2:12
CK - 3 (to school, kindergarten only): Fort Clayton
Child Care Bldg 39 11:10 ' 2:28
Qtrs 637,690,715 11:13 2:23
Qtrs 511,580,531,544,500 11:17 2:20
Qtrs 1003, 1005, 1012, 1028, 110 11:21 2:15
Qtrs 1122, 1148, 1048 11:23 2:12
Curundu Elementary School 11:26 2:05
All aboard
Theater Support Element photo by Sgt. Pam Briola
Fort Clayton elementary students board the bus. Officials caution motorists to be extra careful during the upcoming school year.
CE - 1 (to school): Fort Clayton
Lassiter DrBS 1022 Qtrs 534 Side Qtrs 580
Curundu Elementary School
CE - 2 (to school): Fort Clayton
Qtrs 518 Qtrs 532
Qtrs Mango/Guandu 554 Curundu Elementary School
CE - 3 (to school): Fort Clayton
Qtrs 602 Qtrs 627 Qtrs 605 Qtrs 601
Curundu Elementary School
CE - 4 (to school): Fort Clayton
Qtrs. 717 Qtrs. 718 Qtrs. 690
Curundu Elementary School
CE - 5 (to school): Fort Clayton
Qtrs 667, 680
Qtrs 661 (side)
Curundu Elementary School
CE - 6 (to school): Fort Clayton
Qtrs 673 Qtrs 654 (side) Qtrs 630
Curundu Elementary School
CE - 7 (to school): Fort Clayton
Qtrs 555
Qtrs 544 BS 562
Curundu Elementary School
CE - 8 (to school): Fort Clayton: Qtrs 644 Qtrs 612
Curundu Elementary School
7:40 7:43 7:45 7:50
7:40 7:42 7:44 7:50
7:40 7:44 7:46 7:47 7:52
7:40 7:41 7:44 7:50
7:43 7:45 7:50
7:37 7:40 7:43 7:50
7:35 7:40 7:50
7:42 7:48 7:50
2:13 2:15 2:17 2:05
2:13 2:15 2:17 2:05
2:10 2:13 2:15 2:17 2:05
2:22 2:23 2:25 2:05
2:14 2:12 2:05
2:10 2:13 2:16 2:05
2:15 2:20 2:05
2:15 2:12 2:05
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Location Depart Return
Qtrs 910 6:49 2:45
Curundu Jr. High School 7:05 2:20
CS - 19 (to school): Fort Clayton
BOQ - Main 7:05 2:46
Qtrs 518 (Guest House) 7:06 2:47
Qtrs 532 7:08 2:48
Qtrs 634 7:10 2:50
Qtrs 607 7:13 2:55
Curundu Jr. High School 7:25 2:20
CS - 20 (to school): Fort Clayton
Hocker Drive entrance 7:05 2:41
Qtrs 479 7:08 2:43
Qtrs 676 7:10 2:45
Qtrs 690 7:11 2:46
Qtrs 717 7:12 2:47
Qtrs718 7:13 2:48
Curundu Jr. High School 7:25 2:20
Kobbe Elementary School
KE - 1 (to school): Veracruz, Howard AFB
KK-1
Veracruz:
Cementery 7:15 2:50
Rincon de Filo Restaurant 7:18 2:48
Abarroteria Solimar 7:20 2:46
Abarroteria Anayansi 7:22 2:44
Carniceria Veracruz 7:24 2:42
Howard:
BS 139 Qtrs 150-B 7:40 2:15
Johnson Ave Qtrs 197 7:43 2:18
Commi Hill BS 9 7:46 2:21
Child Care Center 7:48 2:23
Youth Center 7:50 2:25
Kobbe Elementary School 7:55 2:05
KE - 2 (to school): Howard AFB
KK-1
BS 120 (Officer's Club) 7:43 2:16
BS90 7:44 2:13
BS51 7:46 2:10
Kobbe Elementary School 7:50 2:05
KE - 3 (to school): Howard AFB
KK-1
BS 195 7:39 2:11
BS 162 7:41 2:14
BS 175 7:42 2:16
BS Dispensary 7:43 2:20
Kobbe Elementary School 7:50 2:05
KK -1 (from school): Howard AFB
Kobbe Elementary School 10:25
Child Care Center 10:30
Rencher AveBS 195 10:36
Norton St Qtrs 176/182/ BS 175 10:39
Coffey Ave Qtrs 70/87/109/111/118 10:41
Coffey Ave BS 120 Qtrs 61/64 10:43
Youth Center 10:46
KK - 2 (to school): Howard AFB
Theater Bus Stop 10:54
Child Care Center-42* 10:57
BS 139 Qtrs/46 10:59
Rencher Ave. BS 155/175/198 11:00
Coffey Ave. 120 11:03
Coffey Ave. 90 11:04
Coffey Ave. 51 11:06
Kobbe Elementary School 11:20
Los Rios Elementary School
LRE -1 (to school): Cardenas
BS (side) Qtrs 7215 7:43 2:24
BS (across) Qtrs 7239 7:44 2:25
BS (across) Qtrs 7264 7:45 2:26
BS (side) Qtrs 7230 7:46 2:27
BS (side) Qtrs 7226 7:47 2:28
PCC Qtrs 6594 7:49 2:20
PCC Qtrs 6541 7:50 2:19
Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05
LRK - 1 (from school): Curundu
Los Rios Elementary School 10:35
Flats Waeelir Rd. Qtrs 2310 10:51
Constr. Qtrs 2320 10:53
Old Post Office 2062 10:55
Clubhouse Rd 2006 10:57
EscudeRd. 1981/1987 10:59
Trailers Via Horse Stable 11:00
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Corozal (Army) 671 Corozal (Army) 678 Corozal (Army) 687 Los Rios Elementary School Note: LRK - 2 will return from school using LRE1 and LRE4
11:12 2:10
11:14 2:11
11:16 2:12
11:25 2:05
LRE4 LRE4 LRE4
LRE - 2 (to school): Curundu LRK -1
EscudeRd. 1995/198 Flats Waeelir Rd. Qtrs 2310 Clubhouse Rd. Qtrs 2006 Clubhouse Qtrs 2027 Los Rios Elementary School
LRE - 3 (to school): Albrook, Curundu LRK -1
Albrook Youth Center Curundu: Contractor Qtrs 23 Old Post Office 2062 Trailers Via Horse Stable Los Rios Elementary School
LRE - 4 (to school): Diablo, Corozal LRK-2
Diablo:
7:39 2:21
7:41 2:19
7:43 2:17
7:44 2:15
7:50 u 2:05
2:13
7:35 2:18
7:37 2:22
7:39 2:25
7:50 2:05
Terrace Qtrs 253 7:31 2:22
Terrace Qtrs 260 7:33 2:20
Terrace Qtrs 265 7:35 2:18
Corozal:
Army Qtrs 671 7:38 2:15
Army Qtrs 678 7:40 2:13
Army Qtrs 687 7:45 2:10
Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05
Panama City routes
Notes: All afternoon kindergarten students will return to their homes in buses according to the routes scheduled for their respective elementary schools.
Because of traffic and weather conditions, buses may pick up passengers five minutes before scheduled time. Should the bus not come on time, it is recommended that students wait at least 15 minutes before leaving the stop.
The letter "K" at the end of a route indicates a kindergarten route; "E" indicates an elementary school route, and "S" indicates a secondary school route.
Because of space availability limitations, students from Curundu Elementary have been assigned to Los Rios Elementary School.
Villa de las Fuentes #1,
10:30 2:54 PE1
10:35 2:49 PE1
10:38 10:46 10:48 2:46 2:38 2:36 PE1 PE1A PE1A
10:53 2:31 PE1A
10:55 10:56 2:29 2:28 PE1A PE1A
10:58 11:20 11:25 2:26 2:10 2:05 PE1
LRK - 2 (to school): Diablo, Cardenas, Corozal
Diablo Terrace 250/260/265 10:55 2:22 LRE4
Corozal (PCC) 6575/6589 11:00 2:08 LRE1
Cardenas Qtrs 7230/7215/7226 11:05 2:10 LRE1
Cardenas Qtrs 7264 (across) 11:07 2:15 LRE1
PK-1: Campo Lindbergh, Chanis, Bethania.
Campo Lindbergh: Entrance (Dairy Queen) Reparto Chanis: Super Market Gago (Front) Santa Marta,
Ave. 2C-S (Banco General) Ave. 8C-N and Ave. 74-0 Ave. 9C-N and Domingo Diaz Villa de las Fuentes #1: Ave 22C-N House #216 La Gloria:
St. 75A-OAve#21CN St. 75-D Ave 19C-N Altos de Bethania: Avance, 16C-N & St. 74-0 Curundu Elementary School Los Rios Elementary School
PK-2(to school): El Dorado, Villade las Fuentes #1, Bethania, Villa Caceres.
El Dorado Area:
St.71 (Henry Restaurant y Lindo) St. 71 & Ave 14B-N St. 72 & Ave 14B-N St. 73 & Ave 14B-N St. 74 (Momi Cake Store) Villa de las Fuentes #1: Edificio Neptuno
Ave 23E-N (Via Big Fountain Qtrs 21)1 La Gloria:
Ave 21C-N & St. 75A-0 Villa Caceres: Ave21E-N&St. 76 Buenos Aires:
St. 76 & Ave 18E-N (Rio de Janeiro) St 78E Salvador & St 78D Salvador Ave 20G-N and Ave 80B-O (Libertadores) Ave 80B-O (Altos Miraflores Ent.) Altos de Betania: Ave23EN& Ave 12D-N St. 75-0 (Lavanderia Super Klin) Betania Camino Real: Pribanco (Front Gago)
10:40 2:34 PE8
10:41 2:39 PE8
10:42 2:38 PE8
10:43 2:36 PE8
10:44 2:25 PE1A
10:45 2:25 PE2
10:50 2:27 PE2
10:52 2:29 PE2
10:53 2:31 PE2
10:55 2:34 PE2
10:57 2:37 PE2
10:59 2:39 PE2
11:00 2:40 PE2
11:02 2:42 PE2
11:04 2:46 PE2
11:06 2:43 PE8
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St. 68 (La Venezolana Bakery) 11 07 2:30 PES
Ave. 8B-N 11 139 2:31 PE8
Ave. 8A-N & St. 64 11 11 2:32 PE8
Ave. 8A-N & St. 63A-0 11 12 2:33 PE8
Ave. 8A-N & St. 62C-0 11 13 2:34 PE8
Ave. 62-0 & Ave. 7-N 11 14 2:35 PE8
Via Brazil & Ave 10A 11 15 2:38 PE8
Curundu Elementary School 11 20 2:10
Los Rios Elementary School 11 25 2:05
10:05 2 25 PE9
10:06 2 27 PE9
10:08 2 30 PE9
10:10 2 32 PE9
10:12 2 34 PE9
10:34 2 35 PE4
10:36 2 38 PE4
10:38 2 40 PE4
10:40 2 42 PE4
10:42 3 05 PE4
10:47 2 52 PE4
10:49 2 53 PE4
10:50 2 54 PE4
10:55 3 00 PE4
10:56 2 57 PE4
10:58 3 00 PE4
11:00 3 01 PE4
11:02 3 03 PE4
11:06 2 34 PE9
11:08 2 34 PE9
11:12 2 21 PE9
11:13 2 23 PE9
11:30 2:05
PK-3 (toschool): Hato Pintado (12 Octubre), San Francisco (Via Porras - Calle 50), Vista Hermosa.
Hato Pintado:
12 de Octubre (Delta Gas Station) 12 de Octubre (Shell Gas Station) Ave 3-N & 79-0 Ave 1B-N & 69-0 (Near Nestle) St. 79-0 & Via Espana San Francisco:
Villa Lilla & Via Porras(Shell Station; St. 67 Via Porras Import Motors Via Porras & St. 72-E Altos del Golf, Via Porras 3C-S (Esso Station)
Ave. 3C-Sur/Cincuentenario(Corner) San Francisco:
St. 5B South St. 76 (Marriot Hotel) St. 74 and St. 50 St.71 and St. 50 St. 67 and St. 50 St. 67 and Ave. 3B-S Via Porras Bldg Bahia Azul Via Porras, St. 62A-E (Car Wash) Via Porras Ave 1C-N (Mr. Pan) Vista Hermosa: (Super 99) St. 64 and Ave 3A-N (M/Asiatico) St. 64 and Ave 8C-N (School R. Mire Ave. de la Paz, Ave 12C-N (Bodega Francisco) Ave 12C-N and St. 74 (Banco Gen) Diablo Elementary School
PK-4 (to school): La Cresta, Campo Alegre, Paitilla, Obarrio, El Carmen, El Cangrejo.
La Cresta:
Via Espana Budget Rental Car Bella Vista:
Ave Colombia and St. 45 (Exitosa) Campo Alegre: Ave 56 and St. 49E St. 49E (Lloyd's Bank) Ave Uruguay (IBM) Paitilla:
Via Italia, Plaza Paitilla Inn (side) Via Italia, Bldg. Las Perlas Via Italia, Bldg. Brisas Marina Via Italia, Bldg. Russo Via Israel, St. 57A (Across) Campo Alegre: Ave 3A-S (Sanwa Bank) Ave 3A-S Costa del Sol Ave 3A-S Centre Cultural /Kinder Claret Obarrio:
Ave. R Arango and St. 56 Ave. Samuel Lewis and St. 56 Ave. Samuel Lewis and St. 57 Ave. Samuel Lewis and St. 60 El Carmen:
Ave 3C-N Bldg. Galimar Via Brazil Via Brasil Clinica El Carmen El Cangrejo:
21 St.61A-OBldg.Liliana Ave 4B-N C/F Bldg. Amelia Ave 4BN Einstein Statue (Casa de la Carne) Via Argentina and Ave 5A-N Hotel Las Vegas Diablo Elementary School
PK-5 (to school): El Bosque, Linda Vista, Condado del Rey, Altos del Chase, El Dorado, Dos Mares, La Alameda, La Loceria.
El Bosque:
El Bosque Supermarket � Linda Vista (Supermarket) Condado del Rey Qtrs 390 (Corner) Villa de las Fuentes #2: Main St. Qtrs B-23
Main St. Tennis Court (near Qtrs 47D) 10:58 Main St. Qtrs E40 - Qtrs M-l 1 Altos del Chase: Ave22B-N House P-10 Ave 23B-N and St. 73C-0 Qtrs 25L Ave 23B-N and St. 72C-0 Qtrs 18L St. 72 l/2-O and Ave 17B-N (near Niko's)
St. 71B-0 (New York Taxi Store) Las Mercedes:
10:27 2:30 PE6
10:29 2:34 PE6
10:30 2:37 PE6
10:31 2:40 PE6
10:32 2:42 PE6
10:34 3:08 PE5
10:35 2:37 PE5
10:36 2:39 PE5
10:37 2:40 PE5
10:38 2:32 PE5
10:43 2:47 PE6
10:44 2:31 PE6
10:46 2:48 PE5
10:47 2:47 PE5
10:48 2:36 PE5
10:49 2:43 PE5
10:50 2:44 PE5
10:55 2:27 PE4
10:56 2:26 PE4
10:58 2:47 PE6
10:59 2:49 PE6
11:00 2:50 PE6
11:02 2:52 PE6
11:04 2:54 PE6
11:20 2:05
10 30 2 35 PE7
10 35 2 42 PE7
10 42 2 58 PE7
10 57 2 41 PE12
10 58 2 40 PE12
10 59 2 45 PE12
11 02 2 30 PE7B
11 03 2 31 PE7B
11 04 2 32 PE7B
11 05 2 39 PE7B
11 06 2 41 PE7B
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Ave. Boulevard, Pribanco (Corner) 11:08 2:30 PE12 Los Rios Elementary School 7:55 2:05 House #74 7:11 2:33
St. 68-0 House #71 11:10 2:32 PE12 La Loceria:
St. 67 House #151 11:11 2:33 PE12 PE-4 (to school): San Francisco (Via Porras - Calle 50), Almacen El Lider 7:14 2:37
Dos Mares: Altos del Golf, El Carmen. Villa Soberania (bus stop) 7:15 2:38
Pacific Hills Bldgs. 11:13 2:30 PE13 San Francisco: Ave. 22A House 118 7:16 2:39
St. 3a Front J-1/16A-F 11:14 2:31 PE13 Villa Lilla Entrance & Via Porras Balboa Elementary School 7:35 2:05
La Alameda: (Shell Gas Station) 6:40 2:35
Alexandra Bldg. (Hebrew Academy) 11:16 2:27 PE7A Altos del Golf, Villas del Golf Bldg. 6:45 2:40 PE-7B: Altos del Chase, El Dorado.
Altazor Bldg. 11:17 2:26 PE7A Street 72-E 6:53 2:45 Altos del Chase:
La Loceria: Ave 3C-S and Via Porras (Esso Station) 6:55 2:47 Ave. 22B-N (House P-10) 7:17 2:30
Villa Soberania BS 11:19 2:38 PE7A Street 74 and Street 50 7:03 2:58 Ave. 23B-N & St. 73C-0 (Qtrs 25L) 7:18 2:31
Balboa Elementary School 11:30 2:05 Street 67 and Street 50 7:06 3:00 Ave. 23B-N & St. 72C-0 (Qtrs 18L) 7:19 2:32
Ave 3C-Sur and Cincuentenario 7:11 3:05 Ave. 22B-N & St. 74F-0 (Corner) 7:20 2:33
PK-6 (to school): Las Cumbres. **St. 50 & St. 79-E (Hebrew Society) 7:13 3:07 Ave. 22B-N & Ave. 19B-0 (Corner) 7:21 2:34
Las Cumbres: *Marriott Hotel (Front) 7:15 3:10 Ave. 19B-0 & St. 74F-0 (Corner) 7:22 2:35
Villa Zaita Entrance Via Porras (Bahia Azul) 7:17 3:12 Ave. 21 B-N & St. 72C-0 Qtrs 43H 7:24 2:37
(Fonda Andy's) 10:41 2:42 PE10 Via Porras (Car Wash) & St. 62-E 7:18 3:13 St. 72 1/2-Oand Ave 17B-N 7:26 2:39
El Rocio Entrance 10:44 2:44 PE10 Via Porras and St. 62A and Ave IAS 7:19 3:17 (near Niko's Cafe)
Calle 5 Entrance 10:47 2:47 PE10 El Carmen: El Dorado:
Los Caobos 10:50 2:50 PE10 Via Porras Ave 2aC-N (Mr. Pan) 7:23 2:29 St. 71 B-0 New York Taxi Store 7:28 2:41
Ave Francisco Arias Paredes (Front Ave 3C-N Bldg. Galimar 7:25 2:27 Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05
School Melchor L. De La Vega) 10:55 2:55 PE10 Via Brazil, Agencias Daewoo 7:31 2:24
La Hacienda Restaurant 10:57 2:57 PE10 Herbruger: PE-8: Los Angeles, Bethania, El Dorado.
Las Glorietas 10:58 2:58 PE10 Ave 6CN Teatro en Circulo 7:34 2:23 Los Angeles:
Las Cumbrecitas Entrance Diablo Elementary School 7:52 2:05 Juan Pablo, Front Horse Stable 6:54 3:08
(El Lago Supermarket) 11:00 3:00 PE10 Ave. 11 (Bldg. El Trimaran) 7:03 3:01
Curundu Elementary School 11:20 2:10 PE-5: Obarrio, Paitilla, Dos Mares. St. 62 House 16-A 7:05 2:59
Los Rios Elementary School 11:25 2:05 Obarrio: St. 62C-0 & Ave. 7C-N (Ma.Jane Bakery) 7:06 2:58
Samuel Lewis, Street 56 6:40 2:40 St. 63A-E House B-ll 7:09 2:55
PK-7 (to school): Arraijan Samuel Lewis, Street 57 6:42 2:42 Bethania:
Nuevo Arraijan - Chapala (Entrance) 10:45 3:00 PE11 Samuel Lewis, Street 60 6:44 2:44 Camino Real (Front IPHE) 7:16 2:46
Nuevo Arraijan - Bello Amor 10:46 2:56 PE11 Samuel Lewis, Street 54 6:46 2:46 Pribanco (Front GAGO Supermarket) 7:18 2:43
Nuevo Vista Alegre, Ave 3A-S (Front Kinder Claret) 6:48 2:48 Rene Sofia #9121 7:20 2:45
Villa Blanca Bakery 2:50 PE11 Via Brazil (Discoteca Nexus)& Ave 3A-S 6:50 2:50 Banvivienda Bank 7:24 2:44
Nuevo Arraijan/Misti-Gas Station 10:48 Paitilla: El Dorado:
Vista Alegre, Rio Indio - Bus Stop 10:50 2:47 PE11 Via Israel and St. 57 (Kodak Shack) 6:55 2:55 Ave. 14B-N&S1.71 7:26 2:39
Bique (Entrance) Bus Stop 2:45 PE11 Street 50 arid St. 56 7:00 3:00 Ave. 14B-N & St. 72 7:27 2:38
Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Bus Stop 10:52 2:43 PE11 Jardineria Ibanez 7:03 3:03 Ave. 14B-N&St. 73 7:29 2:36
Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Bus Stop 10:53 2:39 PE11 Calle 53-E (7-Eleven) Marbella 7:05 3:05 St. 71 Restaurante Henry y Lindo 7:30 2:34
Caceres, Vergel Flower Garden 10:55 2:37 PE11 Centro Medico Paitilla BS Main 7:06 3:06 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:10
Caceres, Seminario Bautista 10:57 2:35 PE11 Via Italia, Paitilla Inn (Parking Lot) 7:08 3:08 Los Rios Elementary School 7:55 2:05
Arraijan Texaco Gas Station 10:59 2:33 PE11 Via Italia, Bldg. Las Perlas 7:09 3:09
Arraijan, Chalet 3444/Social Security 11:00 2:32 PE11 Via Italia, Bldg. Villa Magna 7:11 3:10 PE-9: Hato Pintado (12 de Octubre), Vista Hermosa.
Arraijan, IRHE Bldg 11:02 2:30 PE11 Via Italia, Bldg. Brisa Marina 7:12 3:11 Hato Pintado:
Arraijan Public Bus Stop 11:04 2:28 PE11 Via Italia Plaza Paitilla BS 7:13 3:12 El Ingenio Ave. 12C-N (Banco General) 6:50 2:21
Howard AFB Elementary School 11:20 2:05 Dos Mares: El Ingenio Ave. 12C-N 6:52 2:23
Pacific Hills Bldgs. 7:25 2:25 (Bodega Francisco)
PE-1 (to school): El Romeral, Juan Diaz, Campo Lindbergh, Circunvalacion & Calle 3A House #E-17B 7:27 2:23 12 de Octubre (Delta Gas Station) 7:00 2:25
Chanis, Villa Caceres. St.71 B-0 & Ave. 23 1/2 B-N (Pribanco) 7:29 2:21 12 de Octubre (Shell Gas Station) 7:02 2:27
Santa Marta, Ave. 2C-S Diablo Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Via Espana:
(Banco General) 6:45 2:53 Street 79-0 & Ave 3C-N 7:05 2:30
Juan Diaz Area: PE-6: La Cresta, Bella Vista, Campo Alegre, El Cangrejo. Street 69-0 & Ave 1B-N (Near Nestle) 7:06 2:32
Campo Lindbergh Entrance (Dairy Queen) 6:51 2:47 La Cresta: Mc Donald's (San Fernando Hospital) 7:07 2:33
Chanis Area: Via Espana & Ave 1-N Budget Car Rental 7:08 2:29 Barriada San Fernando St. 66-0 (Front 7:09 2:34
El Romeral Entrance 7:00 2:39 Ave 3A-S Sanwa Bank 7:09 2:30 Centro de Agencias)
Super Market Gago 7:03 2:36 Ave 3A-S Costa del Sol Apartments 7:10 2:31 Vista Hermosa:
Comisariato El Progreso 7:05 2:35 Bella Vista: Transismian & St. 65-0 (Esso Station) 7:19 2:44
(Ave. Santa Elena) Ave Peru Hotel Costa Inn 7:12 2:32 ' Diablo Elementary School 7:55 2:05
Curundu Elementary School 7:45 2:10 Ave Colombia & St. 45 (La Exitosa) 7:13 2:34
Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Campo Alegre: PE-10: El Milagro, Las Cumbres.
Ave 56 St. 7/49E 7:15 2:37 El Milagro, Tumba Muerto (IRHE/INTEL) 6:30 2:30
PE-1A (to school): Villa de las Fuentes #1, Bethania. St. 49 (Lloyd's Bank) 7:16 2:40 Las Cumbres:
Ave. 8C-N and Ave. 74-0 7:15 2:45 St. 50-E Front Valenti's Restaurant 7:17 2:41 Villa Georgina Entrance 6:44 2:44
Villa de Las Fuentes #1: (Near Hotel Continental) Villa Zaita Entrance (Fonda Andy's) 6:46 2:46
Via St. 74 (Momi Cake Store) 7:25 2:25 Ave 4A-S and Uruguay (IBM) 7:18 2:42 El Rocio Entrance BS 6:48 2:48
La Gloria: El Cangrejo: Calle 5 Entrance 6:49 2:49
St. 75-Oand Ave21C-N 7:26 2:30 Ave Manuel Batista (Cali Edificio) 7:23 2:45 Los Caobos Entrance BS 6:50 2:50
St.75-Dand Ave 19C-N 7:28 2:32 St. 49B (corner) Via Argentina 7:25 2:48 La Hacienda Restaurant 6:53 2:53
St. 75F-0 and Ave 21 C-N 7:30 2:33 Einstein Circle Ave 4B-N 7:28 2:49 Las Glorietas Entrance 6:56 2:56
St. 75D-Oand Ave 17C 7:32 2:34 Ave 4B-N St. F Bldg. Amelia 7:30 2:50 Melao Supermaket 6:59 2:59
Avance, Ave 16-C and St.74-0 7:33 2:35 Via Argentina (Banco General) 7:35 2:52 Las Cumbrecitas Entrance (El Lago S/M) 7:01 3:01
Curundu Elementary School 7:45 2:10 Hotel Las Vegas 7:37 2:54 Curundu Elementary School 7:40 2:10
Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Diablo Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Los Rios Elementary School 7:45 2:05
PE-2 (to school): Villa de las Fuentes #1, Bethania, Villa Caceres, Miraflores.
Villa de las Fuentes #1:
Neptuno Bldg. 7:15 2:25
Ave. 23E-N House #21 7:20 2:27
La Gloria:
Ave. 21C-N and St. 75A-0 7:22 2:29
Ave 21E-N St. 76 (Buenos Aires) 7:25 2:31
Villa Caceres:
St. 76 & Ave 18E-N (Rio Janeiro) 7:27 .2:34
Ave 20F-N & St. 78D (Salvador) 7:28 2:37
Ave 20F-N & St. 78E (Salvador) 7:30 2:39
Miraflores:
Ave 20G-N & 80B-O (corner Behind
Los Libertadores Bldgs.)" 7:32 2:41
Ave 80B-O (Altos de Miraflores) 7:33 2:42
St. 77-B, House #47-A (front) 7:34 2:43
Ave 18G-N Ave 19E-N (Rio Janerio) 7:35 2:44
Farmacia San Gerardo (Ave la Paz)
& 12 C North 7:36 2:45
Altos de Bethania:
St. 75-0 and Ave 12D-N
(Super Klin) 7:38 2:51
St. 74 and St. 15C-N 7:41 2:51
Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:10
PE-7: Club de Montana, EI Bosque, Linda Vista, Castilla de Oro.
Club de Montana 6:52 2:34
El Bosque:
El Bosque Supermarket 6:54 2:35
St. Los Sauces & St. Laurel 6:55 2:36
St. Las Almendras & St. Veraneras 6:57 2:37
St. Las Almendras & Acacias 7:00 2:40
Linda Vista:
Supermarket 7:08 2:42
House L-16/L-17 (Vacant Lot) 7:09 2:45
House M-35 (Corner) 7:10 2:46
Condado del Rey:
House #328 7:14 2:51
House #380 7:15 2:56
House #390 7:17 2:58
Castilla de Oro (Entrance) 7:20 3:00
Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05
PE-7A: La Alameda, La Loceria.
La Alameda (Ave. Makario III de Chipre):
Bldg. Alpha 7:04 2:25
Bldg. Altazor 7:05 2:26
Bldg. Alexandra (Hebrew Academy-Front) 7:06 2:27
House #56 7:07 2:28
PE-11: Arraijan
Nuevo Arraijan - Chapala (Entrance) 7:00 3:00
Nuevo Arraijan - Bello Amor 7:02 2:56
Nuevo Vista Alegre, Bus Stop 7:05 2:53
Nuevo Vista Alegre, Villa Blanca Bakery 2:50
Nuevo Arraijan/Misti-Gas Station 7:07
Vista Alegre, Rio Indio - Bus Stop 7:09 2:47
Bique (Entrance) Bus Stop 7:11 2:45
Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Bus Stop 7:14 2:43
Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Bus Stop 7:17 2:39
Caceres, Vergel Flower Garden 7:19 2:37
Caceres, Seminario Bautista 7:21 2:35
Arraijan Texaco Gas Station 2:33
Arraijan, Chalet 3444/Social Sec. Bldg 7:22
Arraijan, IRHE Bldg 7:23
Arraijan, Public Bus Stop 7:31 2:30
Howard AFB Elementary School 7:45 2:05
PE -12: Las Mercedes, Villa de las Fuentes #2.
Las Mercedes:
Calle 68-0 House #71 7:15 2:30
Ave. Boulevard, Pribanco (corner) 7:16 2:32
St. 67 House #151 7:17 2:33
Villa de las Fuentes #2:
Main St. House H13 Front 1-26 7:20 2:36
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Location Depart Return
Ave. 3a House D-72 7:22 2:38
Main St. Tennis Court (near Qtrs 47D) 7:24 2:40
Ave la House B-23 7:25 2:41
St. 22B-NQtrsP-10 7:27 2:42
Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05
PE -13: Dos Mares.
Dos Mares:
Circunvalacion & Calle 3A House #E-17B 7:24 2:28
Pacific Hills 7:26 2:30
St. 3a Front J-1/16A-F - 2:31
Ave 23 & 28 B North House #J-32B (Park) 7:28 2:32
Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05
NOTE: The PS- buses transport students to Balboa High School and Curundu Jr. High School
PS - 1: Juan Diaz, Campo Lindbergh, El Romeral, Chanis, Villa Caceres.
Santa Marta:
Ave. 2C-S (Banco General) 6:08 4:42 Juan Diaz Area:
Location Depart Return
Teatro en Circulo 6:18 3:21
Ave 2C-N (Mr. Pan) 6:20 3:26 San Francisco:
Villa Lilla (Shell Gas Station) 6:23 3:29
Via Porras (Edif. Altos del Golf) 6:26 3:31
Via Porras (Edif. Los Caobos) 6:28 3:33
Ave 5B-S (Marriot Hotel) 6:31 3:38
St. 50 & St. 79-E (Hebrew Society) 6:36 3:43
St. 75 (S/M El Rey) 6:38 3:40
St. 70-E (7-Eleven) 6:40 3:42
St. 64-E (Car Wash - Bikini Shop) 6:42 3:44 Paitilla:
St. 56 & St. 50 (Grupo ASSA Bldg.) 6:47 3:50
Calle 53-E (7-Eleven) Marbella 6:49 3:55
Via Italia & St. 53-A 6:52 3:59
Via Italia (Bldg.) Brisas Marina 6:54 4:00
Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
PS-5: Bella Vista, Campo Alegre, El Cangrejo, La Cresta.
Bella Vista:
Location De
St. 75-0& Ave21C-N
St. 75D-0& 17C
Altos de Betania:
St. 71-0&Camino Real
St. 68-0 & Camino Real (Near Savoy)
St. 68-0 & Camino Real (Front IPHE)
Ave 8A-N & Camino Real
Ave 8A-N & St. 65
St. 65 Oeste (FICSA)
Los Angeles:
Ave 7-N & St. 63-0
Ave 7-N & St. 62-0
Via Brazil Ave 10A (Buen Comer Rest.)
Curundu Jr. High School
Balboa High School
PS-8: Condado del Rey, Las Mercedes, Dos Mares, La Alameda, La Loceria.
Condado del Rey:
Playground 6:28 3:21
Castilla de Oro (Entrance) 6:32 3:25
Return
6:43 3:25
6:44 3:27
6:48 3:33
6:50 3:34
6:51 3:35
6:52 3:36
6:53 3:37
6:54 3:39
6:59 3:42
7:01 3:44
7:04 3:46
7:15 2:35
7:25 2:55
Campo Lindberg Entrance (Dairy Queen) 6:15 4:35 Hotel Costa Inn 6:25 3:20 Las Mercedes:
Chanis Area: Ave 5B & St. 49E 6:28 3:22 St. 68-0 House #71 7:05 3:54
El Romeral (Entrance) 6:20 3:30 Campo Alegre: Ave. 17B-N & 71B-0 (BancoLat) 7:07 -
Gago (Front) 6:25 3:25 St. 49 (Lloyds Bank) 6:30 3:25 Ave. 17B-N & 71B-0 (Feduro) 3:56
Ave. Santa Elena (Comi. El Progreso) 6:30 3:20 Ave 3A-S (Sanwa Bank) 6:33 3:27 Dos Mares:
Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35 Ave 3A-S (Costa del Sol Apartments) 6:36 3:30 Pacific Hills 7:08 3:57
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 St. 50-E Front Valenti's Restaurant 6:39 3:33 Calle Circunvalacion House #E17-B 7:09 3:58
Ave 3A-S (Claret Kinder) 6:42 3:34 Calle Circunv. House #J32-B (Park) 7:10 3:59
PS-2: Hato Pintado, Via Espana, Obarrio. Ave Ricardo Arango & St. 60 6:45 3:36 La Alameda:
Hato Pintado: El Cangrejo: Ave Macario III de Chipre, 7:11 4:00
12 October (Delta Gas Station) 6:20 3:15 Via Argentina & Street 49B-0 6:49 3:40 Academia Hebrea
12 October (Shell Gas Station) 6:22 3:18 Bermudez e Hijos 6:51 3:42 Ave Macario III de Chipre,
Via Espana: Via Argentina & Ave 3-N (Arrocha) 6:53 3:45 St. 62C-0 7:12 4:01
7 Street 79-0 6:25 3:23 Via Argentina (Banco General) 6:55 3:48 La Loceria:
Street 79-0 & Ave 3C-N 6:27 3:25 St. 49B-0 (Hotel Las Vegas) 6:57 3:50 Ave 19A-N&SL 61B-0 7:13 4:02
Mc Donalds (near San Fernando Hospital) 6:32 3:30 La Cresta: Ave 19A-N & Paical Street 7:16 4:04
Barriada San Fernando St. 66-0 6:38 3:37 Via Espana & Ave 1-N (Budget Rent-Car) 7:02 3:55 Via Juan Pablo BS 7:18 4:07
(Front Centra de Agendas) Martin Sosa Almacen Hallman 7:06 4:00 Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35
Obarrio (Via Brazil): Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
IDAAN 6:50 3:47
Gago Supermarket 6:53 3:50
ESSO Gas Station 6:59 3:52
Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
PS-4: El Carmen, San Francisco, Paitilla.
El Carmen:
Balboal High School 7:30 2:55
PS-7: El Dorado, Betania, Los Angeles.
El Dorado:
Esso Gas Station 6:38 3:18
St. 74 & Ave 14B-N (Momi's) 6:40 3:20
Villa de La Fuentes #1 Ave22C-N#21G 6:42 3:22 La Gloria:
PS-9: Las Cumbres, Club de Montana, El Bosque, Linda Vista, Villa de las Fuentes #2.
Las Cumbres:
Low-priced school lunches available for some families
FORT CLAYTON (USARSO PAO) - Balboa High School, Curundu Junior High School and Cristobal Junior and Senior High Schools offer students hot lunches each day.
For families at the following income levels, free or reduced prices for these meals are available:
?Household size of one - annual, $15,670; month, $1,306; week, $302
?Household size of two - annual, $20,942; month, $1,746; week, $403
?Household size of three - annual, $26,215; month, $2,185; week, $505
?Household size of four - annual, $31,487; month, $2,624; week, $606
?Household size of five - annual, $36,760; month, $3,064; week $707
?Household size of six - annual, $42,032; month, $3,503; week $809
?Household size of seven - annual, $47,305; month, $3,943; week, $910
?Household size of eight - annual, $52,577; month, $4,382; week, $1,012
?Each additional member add - annual, $5,273; month, $440; week $ 102
The reduced price for a lunch coupon book is $4.
Applications are available at the schools or at Army Community Service in Building 155, Fort Clayton, and Building 8348, Margarita Complex.
When applications have been filled out, make an appointment at ACS to have it reviewed. Applicants will need to bring their last income tax return, a copy of a recent Leave and Earnings Statement and family members identification cards to verify total family income.
For appointments or more information, call 287-6322/6338 or 289-4010.
Villa Georgina Entrance 6:12 3:41
El Rocio Entrance 6:15 3:44
Los Caobos Entrance 6:18 3:47
La Hacienda Restaurant 6:21 3:50
Calle 5 Entrance 6:24 3:53
Las Glorietas Entrance 6:27 3:56
Las Cumbrecitas Entrance 6:30 3:59
Esso Gas Station (Los Andes) 6:50 3:36
El Bosque:
Club de Montana 6:55 3:31
S/M El Bosque 6:58 3:28
Linda Vista:
Linda Vista (Supermarket) 7:00 3:26
Linda Vista, Cable Onda '90 7:02 3:24
Villa de las Fuentes #2:
Qtrs B-23 7:07 3:19
Tennis Court (near Qtrs 47D) 7:08 3:18
Qtrs E40 7:09 3:17
Qtrs Mil 7:10 3:16
ST. 74 F-O Qtrs 35-Qtrs F-21 7:11 3:15
Curundu Jr. High School 7:22 2:35
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
PS-9A: Villa Caceres, Altos de Bethania, Altos del Chase.
Villa Caceres:
Ave 20D-N and Ave 12C-N 6:30 3:57
Ave 20G-N (corner behind Los 6:32 3:58
Libertadores)
Ave 12C-N& Ave 18-E 6:33 3:59
Altos de Betania:
Ave de La Paz, Farmacia San Gerardo 6:35 3:41
Street 75-0 Lavanderia Super Klin 6:38 3:51
Street 74 and St. 15C-N 6:40 3:53
Altos del Chase:
Mi Coche Car Wash 6:50 3:25
Ave. 23 B-N Qtrs 64 6:53 3:28
Ave. 23 B-N St.72-0 6:56 3:31
Curundu Jr. High School 7:15 2:35
Balboa High School 7:30 2:55
PS-10: Arraijan
Nuevo Arraijan - Chapala (Entrance) 6:07
Nuevo Arraijan - Bello Amor 6:09
Vista Alegre, Rio Indio - Bus Stop 6:12
Bique (Entrance) Bus Stop 6:14
Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Bus Stop 6:16
Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Bus Stop 6:19
Caceres, Vergel Flower Garden 6:21
Caceres, Seminario Bautista 6:22 Arraijan Texaco Gas Station
Arraijan, Chalet 3444/SS Bldg 6:23
Arraijan, IRHE Bldg 6:24
Arraijan Public Bus Stop 6:42
Balboa High School 7:20
Curundu Jr. High School 7:30
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W0 Tropi ues V1. VII, No. 33 Quarry Heights, Republic of Panama Friday, Aug. 19, 1994 Gis crash into Panamanian bus PANAMERICAN HIGHWAY, CHAME (USARSO PAO) -Three soldiers or-m U.S. Army South were involved in a car accident on the Panamarerican Highway Saturday. Injured were: Spc. Chad Gehn and Pfc. Kristen Streck, both ofHeadquarters Company, 3 10th Military Intelligence Battalion, andPfc. Steven Bogue of92nd Personnel Services Company. Also injured were two Panamanian civilians. The soldiers were driving on the highway and attempted to pass a car on a curve, when they collided with a Panamanian bus, head on. The soldiers were driven to the Medical Evacuation site on Chame Field by a Panamanian National police vehicle and flown to Gorgas Army Community Hospital. The soldiers were all treated and discharged earlier this week. Thetwocivilians onthebus, Argelis Rodriguez and Jorge Lopez, received minor injuries and were treated and released from a local clinic in Chame. An investigation revealed that all Departmeni of Defense photo by Maureen.ampson of the soldiers were wearing seatbelts Panamanian President-elect Ernesto Perez Balladares and U.S. Southern Command Commander in Chief and no alcohol was involved. Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey pass by a joint-service formation at an honors ceremony at Quarry Heights. Traffic charges are pending in the Panamanian courts. Establishing an open relationship Airborne soldier r juent-eleCt visits SOUT! COM missing in Chile Quarry Heights (USSOUTHCOM of SOUTHCOM, particularly the endof 1999. Theoverflightwasintendedto QUARRY HEIGHTS (US PAO) -Panamanian President-elect command's Panama Canal Treaty Impleemphasize the criticaltasksoftreaty impleSOUTHCOM PAO) -Search efforts ErnestoPerezBalladaresvisitedtheHeadmentationPlanningefforts, and toestablish mentation that lie ahead for both governby Chilean and U.S. military personquarters of the United States Southern an open and cooperative working relationments, officials said. nel continue for a missing U.S. Army Command at Quarry Heights Tuesday, ship on interests shared between the govUnder its-anama Canal Treaty Implesoldier following a parachute jump at the invitation of Gen. Barry R. McCafernments of Panama and the United States mentation Plan,SOUTHCOM will termiover Chile Aug. 9, during a combi ed frey, commander in chief ofthe Southern with respect to treaty implementation and nate the U.S. military presence in Panama exercise with the Chilean military. Command. counterdrug efforts, officials said. by the end of 1999, as stipulated by the The soldier, assigned to the 7th Balladares was accompanied by his After the briefings, Balladares and his Panama Canal Treaty of 1977. This will be Special Forces Group (Airborne) at cabinet and key advisers and Dr. Ricardo party went on a helicopter flight over the accomplished through a phased withdrawal Fort Bragg, is believed to have landed Alberto Aias, Ambassador-designate to Panama Canal. They viewed the military of the 11,000 U.S. troops in Panama and the in the sea durng a nght parachute the United States. properties that had been transferred to the gradual transfer to the government of jump off the northern coastal village The purpose of the visit was to acgovernment of Panama since 1979 as well Panama all U.S. military controlled instalof Longotoma, about 130 miles north quaint the president-elect and his key as the several remaining installations that lations, facilities, and lands by the same of Santiago. He and 10 other U.S. and advisers with the missions and activities will be transferred to Panama through the date. Chilean soldiers were conducting a high altitude, low opening jump from a U.S. Air Force MC-130 Hercules If il aircraft at about 13,000 feet erebu: Joint photo lab one step to drawdown a:30 p.m. Search efforts by Chilean HOWARD AFB (24th Wing customers quality service and that immediately using helicopters, ground Public Affairs) -The Howard and all importantquality product," Brown iesdbats.g e ptersg nd Rodman NS photo labs combined said. vehicles and boats. forces during a ribbon cutting cerAppointments must be made for The incident is being investigated emony Aug 12. This was the first Navy or Air Force photo service at by U.S. military authorities, as is rouemnAu12ThswstefrtIav tine following any military training consolidation services under the Howard AFB. Here are the hours for accident. The soldier's name is being treatyimplementationprocessand service: accient Thesolier nae isbeig .will likely portend the future look Mna withheld pending results of the search wllieyprndtefuelokMonday efforts. of many other U.S. military orga8-11 a.m. AF official photos Theffrs inizations in Panama. 1-3 p.m. Navy head and shoulders The incident occurred during the Brig. Gen. Richard E. Brown poo field training portion of the comobi ned! rg/e.RcadE rw photos fint"FrzaUnidart ntedobces III, 24th Wing commander, and Tuesday jont 'FLuerzas Unidas(United Forces) Cp.AtrN.RweIcm-811 a.m. AF color head and shoulexercise. The exercise, conducted July Capt. Arthur N. Rowley, III, cor8-I photo 31 to Aug. 12, involved about 160 handing officer of Naval Forces Sailors and airmen work in the consolidated ders U.S. servicemembers participating in Panama honored both organizaphoto lab. Wednesday a command post and field training tons by cutting the rbbon and 8-11 a.m. Navy/AFpassportphotos exercise with Chilean Special Forces officially declaring the combined photo negotiation phase of the process. Thursday and Mannes lab open for business. Brown congrato"Obstacles do arise, but the obstacles 8-11 a.m. AF full length photos a lated the group for keeping its focus on were removedand you've created the struc1-3 p.m. Navy full length photos the benefits of consolidation during the ture needed to give Air Force and Navy No studio service is offered Friday. The community hosts a variety of An eight-page pull-out features a *Briefly, Page 2. events commemorating 'Women's bus schedule and other information *Air Force housing, Page 4. Equality Day.' to start the new school year. *Football starts, Pages 9 and 10.

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2 Tropic TimesBriefly Aug. 19, 1994 Tropic Times late? AMC flight schedule Call 269-3220 People who live in quarters on a Pacific Puerto Rico has been removed Tuesday 11:40am C141 Howard AFB area military installation and have not refrom the Environmental Morale 5:40am C141 Howard AFB San Jose, Costa Rica aevea Topicit ines byat 6d ham. Fr Leave Program. For more infor. Brasilia, Brazil (V,O) Guatemala City, Guatemala ceived a Tropic Ties by 6:30 a.m. Friday 269Buenos Aires, Argentina (V) (CC,o) should call 269-3220. nation, call 284-5758. Montevideo, Uraguay (0) Belize City, Belize Brasilia, Brazil Howard AFB Tropic Times afternoon Saturday 8:40am B727 Howard AFB Aug.26 5:40am C130 Howard AFB Atlanta IAP,GA (C) 6:40 am C130 Howard AFB closing announced Nashville, TN (A) Charleston IAP, SC Soto Cano AB, Honduras The Tropic Times office will close at 3 1:45pm C5A Howard AFB Wednesday (CC) Charleston AFB, SC 5:55am C130 Howard AFB San Jose, Costa Rica p.m. today for organization day. For asDover AFB, DE (0) San Salvador, El Salvador Howard AFB sistance, call Pat Milton, U.S. Southern Sunday (V,CC) 5:40pm C141 Howard AFB Command public affairs, at 282-4278. 7am 8727 Howard AFB Managua, Nicaragua (CC) Charleston AFB, SC (0) Atlanta IAP, GA (C) Howard AFB McGuire AFB, NJ Adoption orientation Charleston IAP, SC 5:40am C141 Howard AFB Monday Kelly AFB, TX (M) AActive duty only briefing set Wednesday 5:40am C130 Howard AFB Charleston AFB, SC USU.S. passport Social Work Services at Gorgas Army Tegucigalpa, Honduras(CC) Thursday 0-Overnight Soto Cano AB, Honduras (CC) 5:45am C5 HoWard AFB C-Commercial Contract Community Hospital will hold an adoption Howard AFB Soto Cano AB, Honduras V-visa orientation briefing 1:30-3:30 p.m. 3:45pm B727 Howard AFB (CO) Charleston AFB, SC (0) M-Medevac Wednesday in the Gorgas headquarters Soto Cano AB, Honduras (CC) Dover AFB, DE CC-Country Clearance conference room, first floor. For more information, call Patricia Thomas at 2825139/5404. rides, pony rides and military demonstraHoward, Corozal and Fort Davis will hold session will be held 6-9:30 p.m. at the tions. Booth rentals for vendors of handia final clearance sale from now until Sept. Command Chaplain's conference room, Mentors for Youth 2000 crafts or food or for organizations are 29. Patrons can save 40-70 percent on Building 156, Fort Clayton. needed by Howard FSC available. Spaces are $50 for a 10' x 10' marked products. The workshop will discuss topics about .space. Call 283-4334 or 283-4314 for parents' rights and responsibilities in 2etThe Howard Family Support Center is more information. Sign-up at Building 65 Materials ordered for ting special education services, testing and from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. assessing their children, individual educagram designed to assist and motivate 6thAir Force colleges are in tion plan, wills and guardianship and gra 1t-deset sind otivDeaten th to 12th-grade students in local Department Officials at the Howard Education Of more. For information. call Lakshmi of Defense Dependents Schools. The FSC fice advise military members enrolled in Kumar at 287-4921/5073. is actively seeking. officers, noncommisoffers transition seminar the Air Command and Staff College or the sioned officers and civilians who would The Howard Family Support Center is Air War College that previously-ordered like to become positive. inspirational role offering a transition seminar 9 a.m.-3 p.m. course materials have arrived. Seminar PACE Center offers models to students. Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at the FSC. students may stop by the education office training opportunity Mentors must commit a minimum of The three-day training program helps and pick up their materials as soon as posone hour per week to the Youth 2000 proseparating military members and their sible. For more information, call 284The self-help training class, Plumbong. gram. Mentors may help with assignments. families make the transition from the miliPA Ce 9-1 1 amn. Tuesday at the transitio fromr thek prciseli-utl PACE Improvement Center, Building explain their work processes or just talk tav to a civilian career. For more inforand listen to the students. Locally, school nation or to register, call 284-5650. For Fort Clayton shoppette 3420. Corozal. Fr reservationscall 285begins Thursday and Youth 2000 officials more personalized, individual assistance, announces new hours would like to have as many mentors as members may make an appointment by possible available to interact with eager calling 284-3865/4347. The Fort Clayton shoppette, Building Local chapel positions young students. To volunteer, or for more 95, has new hours of operation effective information, call 284-5650. Sunday. The shoppette will be open 9 o e o idn DoDDS urges immediate a.n-7 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 amThere are a variety of positions open for Needy children ask for registration for children p.m. Saturday and closed Sunday. For inbidding at the Howard and Albrook chapAll newly arriving personnel are enformation, call 287-5694. els. Protestant and Catholic religious educationecoordinators aresneededaat bot early Chrstmas blessing couraged to enroll their school age family cation coordinators are needed at both The Panama Chief Master Sergeant's members immediately. Take immuniza PACE now opening six oward and A brook. Group is sponsoring a clothing and toy tion records, letter of sponsorship or perThe Howard Chapel also needs choir drive on behalf of the Kuna Indian ormanent change of station orders and idendays for better service directors for Catholic Mass, gospel serphans. The Chiefs and some of the Kuna tification cards to the school. The PACE Improvement Center, vice, and Protestant worship service. -children will be in front of the Howard Kindergarten children who will be 5 Building 340, Corozal will be open six An organist for the gospel service and Post Office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturyears old by Oct. 31 need a birth certifidays a week. The center is open Mondayan accompanist (organ or piano) for the day accepting donations. The chiefs will cate or passport in addition to the above Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m.adult and children's choirs are also needclean and repair gifts (as needed) and give documents. 1 p.m. For information, call 285-6213. ed. them as presents from Santa Claus during Performance period for all of these pothe Kuna Children's Christmas Party at the Panama Canal College Pre-separation briefing sitions is from Oct. 1, 1994 through Sept. Howard Enlisted Club in December opens fall registration smooths transition 30aified members of the Howard and Registration for Panama Canal College A pre-separation briefing will be held I Albrook community who are interested in Jam '94 celebration is set for 9 a.m.-l p.m. and 2:30-5 p.m. p.m. Aug. 26 at the Replacement Detachone or more of these positions must proseeks booth vendors Monday-Wednesday. For information, ment classroom, Building 520, Fort Clayvide bids to the Howard contracting office, call 252-3304. ton. The briefing is designed to help all solBuilding 715, not later than Aug. 30. PeoRodman NS will hold the annual Labor diers, within 120 days from separation, ple may call Judy Young for more inforDay celebration, Jam '94, 9 am.1 p.m. Stars and Stripes stores transition smoothly to civilian life. For inmation and instructions at 284-4397/5550. Sept. 3. There will be craft and food ven-27-4753/4155. doors, live bands, softball, basketball and hold final clearance bass fishing tournaments, as well as boat The Stars and Stripes Bookstores on .Tolchne nOcber FSC offers job search, to change in October SF 171 workshop Headquarters, U.S. Southern Com* W weekend weather Members who are new to Panama and mand Special Operations' telephone numthose who will soon be returning to the bers will change effective Oct. 1. The new Factoid: The driest spot on Earth is the Atacama Desert, U.S. can learn how to effectively search for numbers are: Chile. It had no rain for some 400 years up until 1971. a federal service job. The Howard Family Command group 285-6700 Weather questions can be sent to 24th Weather SquadSupport Center will offer a job search and J1 285-6801 Ion ATTN: Weather Wcse, Howard AFB, Panama. SF 171 workshop 10 a.m. Aug 25 in the II nonsecure fax 285-6810 FSC, Building 707. Reservations are reJ2 285-6721 quired and can be made by calling 284SCIF/SSO 285-6731 Pacific Atlantic 5010. J2 secure fax 285-6723 Saturday Saturday J3 285-6734 Temperature Tides Temperature Tides 5 rili~ed training for JOC 285-6739 High: 90 15:10 p.m. at 15.8 feet High: 89 12:24 p.m. at 0.4 feet S t AOB 285-6747/6749 Low: 78 9:24 p.m. at 0.3 feet Low: 78 6:31 a.m. at 0.1 feet military parents slated Radio room secure fax 285-6763 Sunday Sunday A Specialized Training of Military ParRadio room nonsecure fix 285-6764 High: 91 3:56 p.m. at 16.2 feet High: 89 1:31 p.m. at 0.5 feet ents workshop will be held twice a day J4 285-6780 Low: 79 10:06 p.m. at 0.1 feet Low: 78 7:19 p.m. at 0.0 feet Sept. 12 and 13. The first session will be J5 285-6779 Forecast: Partly cloudy skies, with afternoon thunderstorms and showers. held 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Youth Services, J6 285-6769 Building 155, Fort Clayton. The second J7 285-6771

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Traropig Time3 __________hii 9____________________ Aug. 19, 1994 V*V Staff Sgt Stephen Richards 310th Military Intelligence Battalon negotiates a one-rope bridge at Green Hel Capi. Edgardo Ortiz, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Carlos Colon and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Tony Fors, 310th Military Intelligence Battalion,carry a litter through a lagoon at Green Hell. v telliqence troops J uut-srnarting Green He I by Sgt. Eric Hortin USARSO Public Affairs Office FORT SHERMAN (USARSO PAO) -Soldiers of Company B, 3 10th Military Intelligence Battalion took a day to have a little fun.if you can call Green Hell fun. The unit made a competition out of the obstacle course. Company B into five and six-man teams to tackle the 13 obstacles. Wives and children walked through the course with the soldiers to see what their husbands would be dong. The teams left at 10-minute intervals to give the team ahead a chance to navigate the litter carry, the cliffside cargo nets, the cable bridge and the grueling, muddy low crawl-high crawl before the other team could catch up. Team Three caught up to Team -vo it lie 32-ot :17hdme o;( !-

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A Tropic Times__ .!A k L I J N w_ _ __ Miltar Nes 4 Aug. 19, 1994 M ulftIau"'I U.S. Navy photo by Petty Otficer 2nd Class Delano J. Mays Sub togo The submarine USS Mariano G. Vallejo transited the Panama Canal last week on its way north for exercises near Puerto Rico. Air Force junior enlisted to get more housing WASHINGTON D.C. (AFNS) -Airmen in the grades provided base housing to 2,061 of its 2,293 junior enlistAir Force-wide, housing assignments for E-3s and beof E-3 and below can now be assigned base housing on an ed families (almost 90(percent), while another housed only low has been about 12 percent lower than it was for people equal basis with Air Force members in higher grades. Air 313 of its 1,189 airmen (a little more than 26 percent). in higher grades, Air Force officials said. There are apForce housing officials said they recently sent a letter to In Panama, the situation forjunior military members is proximately 19,500 E-I to E-3 families serving in the Air all major commands making them aware of an existing better than at many other bases, housing officials said. Force, and of those, about 6,200 (about 32 percent) live in Department of Defense policy to house "all accompanied "We've been complying with the policy referenced in family housing. military personnel permanently assigned to an installation that letter since March of 1992," said B.R. Barrera, chief "We need to provide an additional 2,000 family housfor duty or support on an equal basis." of the 24th Civil Engineer Squadron's housing assistance ing units to these families," the letter said. It included an Previously, the Air Force allowed installation comelement. "For nearly two and a half years now we've been attachment showing how many junior airmen in each commanders to authorize housing for junior airmen based on providing better access to base housing for our accompamand lived in base housing. the number of housing units available. However, since nied junior enlisted members." The Air Force currently designates 70 percent of its there were no set standards, some commands housed fewOf the 62 accompanied junior enlisted members asbase housing resources for junior enlisted families, offier airmen than others, officials said. signed in Panama, the housing official said 42 (68 percials said; however, most of these people are in the grades The most recent figures showed that one command cent) are housed on Howard AFB and Albrook AFS. of E-4 to E-6. Local voting assistance officers available FORT CLAYTON (USARSO PAO) -The following is a partial list of the voting 56th Signal Battalion Sgt. 1st Class William Nunez, 285-4951 assistance officers for the U.S. Army South, U.S. Southern Command and support eleDoD Dependent Schools Elizabeth Herrera, 286-3509 ments. Soldiers in individual units that fall under the major units may ask those listed Medical Activity -Panama Capt. Carlos Ramos, 282-5649 who their unit VAOs are. Marine Support Battalion Capt. Soren Ashmall, 289-3301 Dental Activity -Panama Capt. Juan Cosme, 282-5321 193rd Infantry Brigade Capt. Walter Piatt, 287-4502 Noncommissioned Officers Academy Staff Sgt. Stephen Pearson, 289-6370 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Lt. Scott Shoner/Sgt. 1st Class Richard 3rd Military Police Group Sgt. Kurt Radtke, 285-6711 Vinciguerra, 284-5510 U.S. Air Force Maj. James Dula, 284-3416 5th Battalion, 87th Infantry 1st Lt. Wilfredo Griego, 289-3970 U.S. Navy Ensign Scott Keifer, 283-4416 128th Aviation Brigade Capt. Matthew Rasmussen, 287-5302 U.S. Marine Corps Capt. James Parrington, 283-4519 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Capt. Mark Powell, 284-5914 U.S. Southern Command Sgt. Rita Jennings, 282-3600 Joint Task Force -Bravo, Panama Canal Commission Berta Briceno, 252-7991 4th Battalion, 228th Aviation 2nd Lt. Dana Ball, 2804112 U.S. Embassy Mark Mezmar, 227-1777, Ext. 2502 Military Police Brigade Staff Sgts. Charmayne Askew and Daniel Kopp, 287-4950 92nd Military Police Battalion 1st Lt. Matthew Ingram/Sgt. 1st Class State primary elections and runoff dates listed Helen Jarrell, 287-3243 41st Area Support Group Capt. Anthony Green, 2854170 August 13 New Hampshire 142nd Medical Battalion 1st Lt. Daniel Hein, 287-5218 23 Alaska 13 New York 193rd Support Battalion Capt. Timothy Juergens, 287-3404 23 Oklahoma (Runoff held Sept. 13 Rhode Island 3rd Special Operations Support Command 1st Lt. Robert Davidson/Master Sgt. 20) 13 Vermont Eduardo Berrios, 287-4132/3550 13 Virgin Islands 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Sgt. Dexter Ferguson, 289-5300 September 13 Wisconsin U.S. Army Garrison Eileen Marquez/Katherine McClain, 3 Guam (Runoff held Sept. 17) 17 Hawaii 287-6749 6 Florida (Runoff held Oct. 4) 20 Massachusetts 536th Engineer Battalion 2nd Lt. Erica Howard, 284-4851 6 Nevada 20 Washington 470th Military Intelligence Brigade Maj. Rafael Chavez, 285-59 10 Delaware 3 10th Military Intelligence Battalion 1st Lt. Mary Lynch, 285-6803 747th Military Intelligence Battalion Chief Warrant Officer 2 Linda Davies, 13 Arizona October 289-3700 13 Connecticut 1 Louisiana 308th Military Intelligence Battalion Sgt.Ist Class Nelson Caraballo, 28513 District of Columbia 5213 13 Maryland November 106th Signal Brigade Capt. James Hicks, 287-6951 13 Minnesota 7 Kentucky (Governor general) 154th Signal Battalion Capt. John Bulmer, 287-6819

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Tropic Times _____ ___ oices __Aug. 19, 19945 Policy change irks diner Dear Editor: We have been in Panama for one year and five 1992 change in Air Force policy, which is still in effect, months. People here have a lot to complain aboutMayors Corner allowed AF dining facilities to serve E-1 to E-4 family redundant paperwork, shuttle bus drivers who still members without charging the surcharge. As a result, don't follow the schedule, the long wait for doctors Dear Mayors' Corner: families were allowed to dine once weekly and select a at the outpatient clinic, and the even longer wait for A little more than a year ago, my husband and I read a dinner meal, Monday-Friday, or a brunch or dinner meal auto parts from the states. However, I couldn't leave notice in the Tropic Times stating that the Crossroads Dinon weekends. This applies to Air Force organizations and Panama without a few thanks to the people who have ing Facility would allow family members to dine once a their tenant units. The Air Force did not perform ID gone out of their way to help make our tour here a little easier. week at their facility for the Saturday or Sunday meal and checks at the time so if you and your husband ate at the We live in Cocoli and have cause to visit the that the price would be based on a soldier's rank. Crossroads in civilian clothes they would not have known shoppette quite often. A young Panamanian named I really enjoyed taking my family there for brunch and his branch of service. In addition, we were not concerned Jose Calvo works there and has always gone out of became acquainted with the manager, cook and cashier. about soldiers dining in Air Force facilities because their his way to be courteous and polite to the customers. Recently, I went to the facility with my husband who capacity could handle the extra people. He even kept the store open for a few extra minutes had just completed a 24-hour shift. The airman on duty at As a result, Army participation increased significantly for someone who forgot to get milk at the cormisthe facility informed us that only Air Force people and at both the Howard and Albrook facilities. Overtime, airscary. branches supporting Albrook could dine there. men frequently were not being served fast enough to Also Ron Leggierre, who runs the Cocoli RecreWhen I tried to explain that we had used the facility maintain effective mission readiness. Therefore, the tough ation Center, always has a friendly word and a joke before, he explained that the new manager had clear ordecision was made to limit the feeding of soldiers to only for the people who come to use the facility. ders for his staff, but that he would allow us to eat there those identified by their commanders as working in diLast but not least, Dr. Charlie Garcia at the Gorgas derse fortiie his staff, butaner tha heknii Dental Clinic is the most compassionate, caring denone last time. We decided, instead, to leave, feeling emrect support of an Air Force mission. list I have come in contact with in all my 36 years. barrassed and humiliated. For information about this or other AF dining faciliHe has always been conceded with the comfort of This was not a good way to find out about a policy ties and the regulations that govern their operations, call his patients. change. The manager could have put a notice on the front Senior Master Sgt. Dave Bratton at 284-5957 in the OfYes, there is a lot to complain about in Panama, door or advertised the change in the Tropic Times. fice of the Air Force Food Service Superintendent or but these three people have helped us enjoy our stay To Serve or not to Serve White at 284-3365. here quite a bit. Thanks to all of you -we'll never Dear Serve: forget your courtesies. Your letter was forwarded to Capt. Mark White, comEditor's note: To submit questions to the Mayoral mander of Military Support Flight. 24th Services SquadCongress, send letters to: Mayors' Corner, publicity Kathi McBride ron. He responded to the issue you addressed with the folchairperson APO AA 34004 (MPS). Anonymity will PS.anks to Diamond FM for all the great rock lowing message: be granted upon request. The, Tropic Times reserves P. I'm sorry for the inconvenience you experienced. A the right to edit letters and responses for brevity. and roll. Caught in the act Burglary suspect tries to stab MP during escape K9 teams nab thief -_*Operators must be currently licensed Two military police K9 teams foiled an rime scene by civilian and military authorities., attempted theft at a Fort Espinar building *H-elmets must be worn at all times. last week. Thieves stash welder If valuables need to be left in the vehicle, Only helmets that meet U.S. Department While conducting ajungle patrol, miliNavy Security Forces discovered a cut put them in the trunk. of Transportation construction standards tary police saw two Panamanian men enin the fence behind the SeaBee compound To help "take a bite out of crime," be are authorized. ter the building and attempt to remove on Rodman. An inventory determined a proactive by taking preventive measures. *Proper clothing must be worn. Opersome light fixtures. portable welder, valued between $3,000 ators will wear proper eye protection, When the MPs confronted the men, one and $4,000, had been stolen. Navy SecuWeapon and vehicle registration gloves, long trousers, long-sleeved shirt or of the suspects tried to stab the senior MP. rity Forces tracked suspects for about 3/4 The military police ask people with prijacket, reflectorized vest and leather boots The suspect then jumped out a second stoof a mile. The welder was recovered vately owned weapons to update their regor over the ankle shoes. ry window and ran into the jungle. One of istration at Building 849 on Fort Clayton. *Civilians must comply with the same suspects was caught and turned over to loCourt martial results This is done by showing proof of ownerstandards while operating their motorcycal authorites. Sgt. Isaiah Johnson, Headquarters, ship and the bill of sale or shipping docucles on Army installations. If suspicious activity is observed, notiQuarry Heights Detachment, was found ments. For more information, see Army Regufy the MPs at 287-4401 or 289-5133. guilty of conspiracy and the theft and sale For off-post registration, call the MP lation 385-55, or call the traffic section at of military property. He was sentenced to Liaison section at Building 13lon Fort 287-3203 or 289-5405. Seven charged with DWI reduction to private E-1, forfeiture of all Clayton or call 287-4300. The military police reported that bepay, nine months confinement and a bad Vehicle owners who have made changHousing Area Crimes tween July 23-30, seven people were conduct discharge. es to their address, license plate number or July 23-29 charged with drunken driving on Pacific Sgt. Debra Davis, Headquarters Service insurance company must update their regPacific side Army installations. Five of the seven Company, 308th Military Intelligence Batistration as well. To register a vehicle, Fort Clayton 600 area -one larceny of sepeople charged were noncommissioned talion, was found guilty of willfully disowners will need proof of insurance, a cured private property officers. obeying an order of a commissioned offic1994 Panamanian license plate registraCurundu -one larceny of secured private A loss of driving privileges is not the er. She was sentenced to a reduction to the tion, Panamanian driver's license, and a biproperty only result of a drunken driving charge. rank of private E-1, forfeiture of $550 pay lingual ID card. Quarry Heights -one larceny of unsecured For many, particularly officers and NCOs, for two months and confinement for two For further information, call the Veprivate property it is a swift end to a military career. months. hicle Registration Office at 287-4545. Cocoli -one larceny of secured private Do not take the chance of ruining a milproperty itary career with a drunken driving convicEasy mark for thieves Tips for motorcyclists Off post tion. The military police report a recent rise The military police remind motorcyPanama City -three larcenies of secured The MPs suggest that before drinking in the number of incidents in which propclists that in order to ride bikes on post, private property alcohol, people make arrangements for a erty was stolen from vehicles. In most of they must meet the following conditions. Atlantic designated driver or seek other means of the cases, the vehicles were left unsecured. *Each driver must complete an ArmyFort Espinar -two larcenies of secured pritransportation. Do not leave any property in vehicles. approved motorcycle safety course. vate property This authorized unofficial command information pubChief.Senior Master Sgt. Steve 'aylor Command Information Officer.Beth Taylor lication is for U.S. armed forces overseas. The Tropic Editor.Maureen Sampson Managing Editor.Staff Sgt. Jane Usero Times is published in conjunction with the Armed Forces Sports Editor.Sgt. Lori Davis Editor.Sgt. Robin Mantikoski Information Program of the Department of Defense, unStaff Editors.Sgt. Cass Purduni Journalist.Sgt. Eric Hortin der the supervision of the director of public affairs, U.S. Spe. John Hall 24th Wing Public Affairs Office.284-5459 Southern Command. Spc. Tom Findiner Public Affairs Officer.Capt. Warren L. Sypher Contents of the Tropic Times are not necessarily the Rosemary Chong Public Affairs Superintendent. official view of the U.S. government, the Department of Student hires.Floyd Able Master Sgt. Dale Mitcham Defense or the U.S. Southern Command. Nishawne Moran Journalists.Staff Sgt. Rian Clawson The address is: Unit 0936 APO AA 3401)2 Charlotte Souffront Sgt. James A. Rush Telephone 285-6612. Southern Command Public Affairs Office.282-4278 U.S. Naval Station Public Affairs Office.283-5644 Commander in Chief. Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey Command Information Officer.Patrick Milton Public Affairs Officer.Diane Gonzalez Director, Public Affairs.Col. James L. Fetig U.S. Army South Public Affairs Office.287-3007 Photographers. Public Affairs Officer.Lt. Col. Melanie Reeder Petty Officer 2nd Class Roberto R. Taylor Petty Officer 2nd Class Delano Mays U.S. Army South PAO-Atlantic.289-4312 A tp C T im es NCOIC.Sgt. Richard Emert

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6 'u 1i19 sCommentary What if.trees were prejudiced? by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero "We can't live together," say the evergreens. "After least the weeping willows are allowed to live where they USARSO Public Affairs Office all, they have small trunks and are short." have a chance for water. Well, not being allowed on either mountain, the little But, none of the other trees, not even the smallve you ever wondered what would trees with the small trunks have to settle for living in the trunked ones, want to live near the loppy-leafed weeping happen to the world if trees were valley below with tlhe bushes. They have to live under willow. That's why they are constantly weeping -for IL prejudiced? Probably not, but I have. the other trees and live on whatever is left over from the the break down of the family of trees. They seem to be Think about it. The big, majestic old oaks would mountains when the hig trees are finished. the only trees who weep for tree-kind. never allow the skinny leafed evergreens in their forest. This kind of living has, of course, made these little "But what can we do all by ourselves," they ask. So And, if a couple of little birch moved in -there goes trees very bitter and when one of the oaks, maples or they do nothing but watch and weep. tie neighborhood. evergreens tries to move down to the valley in an Now, maybe if the tree world had gotten their stuff Of course, the maple trees would be Velcome, but attempt to begin life as a desegregated forest, it's then together in time and realized the important things in their only if they lived in their own little corner of the forest that he's taunted and shunned by the small-trunked trees lives, they would have stood a better chance against the and didn't cross the tiacks, so to speak. If they dared to and called a little-tree lover by his fellow big trees. only true enemy they really have -those tiny twodo so, the oaks would pelt them with acorns and tell Then there are the tropical trees. These big, old palmtrunked creatures who wander through their forests them, "Oaks only in this neck of the woods, if you don't leafed trees not only won't allow other trees near them, killing so many of their families and dragging them mind." they won't even share the same state. And, they are away to parts unknown. On the next mountain would grow the lonely much too good a tree to live, dare I say, in a multiBut, the mighty oaks and maples, the skinny-leafed evergreens. And, being ridiculed and shunned from the seasoned area. No snow will ever touch their tender evergreens and the small-trunked trees can only stand by other forest, they must make the best of it here on their leaves, nor will they ever even want to see those and think to themselves, "Thank goodness those twomountain. "others." trunkers are not in 'our' forest today." They have been treated as second class trees by the "Could you imagine, Maude? Those. .those multiAt the same time, the lonely weeping willow looks on oaks and maples all of their lives and have spoken out branched, cold weather trees even thinking about and weeps softly to himself for the destruction of treeabout the wrongfulness of these actions. Even so, these moving into our neighborhood?" kind, knowing it was ultimately their own fault. skinny-leafed evergreens do the same to the little birch "Claudette, bite your coconut! I don't even want to Most, if not all of you, are probably thinking by now and other small-trunked trees. think about it." I have gone completely off the deep end. You probably These little brothers of the tree world would find Now, probably the most downtrodden of the tree think this is totally bizarre and hysterically stupid. themselves inundated with cones if they thought of world is the poor, old weeping willow tree. Well, maybe Well, you are right on the second count. It is stupid. moving into the evergreen neighborhood. the scraggly, little rain trees of the desert are worse. At Imagine, trees acting like that. Process of finding a job is a job in itself search process to all soldiers, Department pay attention to detail. You might want to how you are dressed and groomed, will by Edward Lesesne of the Army civilians and their family clip these articles and save them for be the next impression you give. Army C r A nr members, and Department of the Army reference and take advantage of the The third impression will be when his is the first of a series of Panamanian civilians. ACAP services at least 180 days before you speak. This is crucial because you articles addressing the job-search A job search plan requires a lot of separating from the service or two years are marketing yourself. If you can not process. We will zero in on one background information on various before retiring, express yourself verbally to convince the of the major elements each week to subjects. An important one is the resume, Generally, when we discuss "first interviewer you are the best person for provide you with insight into what however there are many other aspects-that impressions" we talk about dressing for the position, you have lost the battle. constitutes ajob search plan. are equally or even more important. success and the interview process. I I believe we can say that the "First Getting a job is a job. I bet you never Some of these are your objective, believe the term "first impression" takes impression" is composed of three parts: thought of it in quite those terms before; cover letter, network, location, financial more than that into account and is how you present yourself in writing, how however, it's true. In today's job market status, medical considerations and actually an evaluation of three criteria: you present yourself in appearance and you have to be thoroughly prepared and wardrobe. There are more and everyone your resume and cover letter, appearance how you present yourself in speech. understand the job search process if you one of them has sub-elements. and how you express yourself. If you are within two years of expect to get a good job. By now you should be getting the The first evaluation is the impression retirement or plan on leaving the service As a result of downsizing, the Army picture -putting together a good job your resume and cover letter gives the soon, call 287-5844 for an ACAP Career and Alumni Program was search plan is not an easy task. employer. If you don't pass this phase, appointment. This is a mandatory developed. It has been so popular and During this first series we will discuss forget the next two. commander's program. successful that it is now a permanent part the three parts of a first impression. What Assuming you do pass, the next step is "ACAP -Serving those who have of the Army structure. We teach the job it doesn't say, but is definitely implied, is the interview. Your physical impression, served -we care." What can we do, individually, to help fight prejudice in our society? -i IS HOW yOU CHAN( "We can try to under"I think people should "Don't be afraid to "Basically, if We just "Education should stand other cultures, study more about the listen and associate treat each other with start at a very early age. especially when we are history of the United with other races and the same respect we It's the parents' responoverseas, and try to States and the rest of treat them the way you would like to be treated sihility to start teaching speak their language." the world." want to be treated." with." the children when they are first born." Susan Thompson Sgt. Danilo DelPino Sgt. A. Staton Edith Barry Master Sgt. David Crichton Army family member Company B, 193rd Support Company A, 193rd Support Army family member U.S. Army Garrison Battalion Battalion Pacific The opinions expressed n this page ate those of the coimmietary sw liters mid D iei Q1t1iie ICsiifdeitas ii1y. They di it r let ih il of U.S. Soutieiit (ommiand. the Department of Defense or the U.S. government. Reader nay 'uiht iiii iin ieie s r ressi'es i eiommentiries -i lie / i in's. The stall ries e1 the ridh edit for brevity, clarity and atppiopriateness. Alu suhiiision. muI he '.ienel 1nu Ne1Ies will i sw1iihieIl nsUin ceouest.

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____ __ ____ _Iteatues ___Tropic Times Features Aug. 19,71994 'Body by Bruce' Innovative PT program promotes excellence by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero "Body by Bruce" also includes aerobics USARSO Public Affairs Office and circle training. Circle training is when vanous soldiers are picked to conduct one FORT CLAYTON -"Body by Bruce" exercise and they pick the next person. is alive and kicking at the 69th Signal Circle training is a fun way to pick on Company. friends and helps instill a family-type atmoAs a matter of fact, it is kicking no less sphere of fun, he said. than 19 times each week-Monday through Another means of making PT fun for his Sunday. soldiers is by using music. "With 95 percent of my company work"Most of my PT sessions are done to ing shift work, I plan my PT (physical music,"Brucesaid. "Youwouldbeamazed training) sessions around their hours," said to find how much more fun an average PT 1st Sgt. Walter Bruce, 69th Signal Compasession can be when done to music." ny firstsergeant."Ihold several PT sessions Though command emphasis is one key per day to give everyone the opportunity to to a successful program, Bruce said soldier participate." participation is important as well. Holding PT this many times is notjust a "Our program is probably the most ingimmick to force everyone to do PT; hownovative on post and is a model program for ever, Bruce's mission is to make PT availall of U.S. Army South," he said. "But the able, enjoyable, innovative in other key is to involve the noncommissioned words, toget his soldiers to wanttocome to officers. Don't rely solely on the Master PT. Fitness Trainers. Allow yourpeople to come "I began in February and since then, the up with the ideas." PTtest scores have increased drastically for By allowing soldier participation in many, he said. "We even have one soldier molding the company's PTprogram, Bruce whose score went up 59 points in just two said he feels the program is headed toward months -that's the point to my program." complete success. When the 69th Signal Company won the "People are part of the solution," he said. A 4Commanding General's PT Streamer last "People don't like the same old thing, day year, it did so with an average score of 254 after day." of a possible high of300. The average score Though his PT program is far from easy, now stands at around 260, Bruce said. Bruce said it is challenging and fun and "When we go for the gold (PT Streamer) that's the key to success. later this month, I know we will score 265"PT is not just the body, it's the mind 270 -easily," he said. "My soldiers are too," he said. "If the program is enjoyable, ready and eager to go for it." the soldiers want to come and they have the Bruce's PT program, however, is quite desire to improve -the end result, they do different than most. It involves more than improve." pushup and situp improvement exercises In Bruce's last unit, his company went and running each day. He uses innovative from having the lowest PT test average in ideas ofhis own and takes suggestions from the battalion to having the highest in the his soldiers. brigade. And he feels the 69th Signal Coi"In the beginning it was pushups and pany could eventually hold the highest avsitups," he said. "We would do around 300 erage on the isthmus. pushups or situps-per session. "With a good PT program not only "Once we met the standards, we moved comes high PT test scores, but a high moon to more innovative and fun sessions. rale as well," he said. Each month we have a different theme and "The soldiers see the self improvements we act on this theme each Wednesday," he and the improvements of their friends and said. that instills pride and the desire to keep on One month the theme was road marchimproving. ing, another was swimming -the group "Sure this is hard work, but the soldiers U.S. Army photo by S gfft. Jane Usero even had country line dancing one month, don't mind," Bruce said. "My soldiers are 1st Sgt. Walter Bruce does pullups after a long PT run. Bruce said. the best around." Talented soldiers, airmen compete by Staff Sgt. Jane Usero five categories, including talent, originality USARSO Public Affairs Office and audience reaction. Even though Lewis won the competiFORT CLAYTON -Two soldiers and tion by tabulated points from the judges, he one airman sang their way to winning the was clearly the audience's favorite as well United Service Organization and AT&T when his rendition of "Amazing Grace" Countdown to Stardom talent competition nearly brought them to their feet. Saturday here at Valent Recreation Center. Winning he 500F rt pze nd chnce A video tape of Lewis' performance will Winning the $500 first prize and a chance be sent to Washington for finaijudging and to compete against 30 other winners worldwide was Sgt. Ist Class George Lewis ofthe if he wins there hewill ehomea$5,000 308th Military Intelligence Battalion. pnze and a recording session at Sony ReThe second place prize of $250 went to cording Studios in New York City. Tech. Sgt. Douglas Maynard of the 630th Others who competed were: Pvt. Paul AirOperations Squadron and the third place O'Neil, 308th Military Intelligence Battalprize of$I00 went to Spc. Renee DeSouza ion; Spc. Derick Braggs, 408th Military of the 92nd Persoinncl Service Company. Intelligence Battalion: 1st Sgt. Edwaid Though there could only be three WinChancev. Company F, 142nd Medical Baro s Amy pnoos by sta1 sgt Jane usee. ners, 10 competitors took to the stage with ration:Teeh. Sgt. Vincentlorcs. 24th AINS: Sgt. 1st Class George Lewis, 308th Military Intelligence Battalion, sings music and sone to c) for thc gold. and Cpl. DeMarco Davi., 3 1t0th lilitar his winning rendition of "Amazing Grace" at the US/AT&T Countdown Three jdeC scored lhe compebInoJs i Inillieencc Battalion to Stardom talent competitor.

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8 T'ropic Times_ ____ ____ Aug. 19,1994 Feature Women's Equality Day Events recognize women's rights, accomplishments FORT CLAYTON -(USARSO PAO) Pacific -U.S. Army South will celebrate Wom*Joining the empowered team -Builden's Equality Day, Aug. 26 in recognition ing an empowered work team means buildof the ratification of the 19th Amendment ing an effective and excellence oriented granting women the right to vote. unit that responds to the new realities of the The ratification of the 19th Amendment working world. Participants will learn to opened a new world of opportunity for the creatively deal withproblems and maxiaccomplishments of women in America mize opportunity toward increased quality and for their rights of equality in employperformance on an empowered work team. ment and education. Instructor: Marian Wingo. The U.S. Army South Equal Opportu*Raising PG kids in an X-rated society nity Office is sponsoring a luncheon in -Tipper Gore seeks to inform parents and honor of Women's Equality Day. The luncall them to action to check the unbridled cheon will begin at 11:30 am. Aug. 26 at excesses of the entertainment media inleadership position offers challenges and 7150, Corozal or handcarry to Building the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officcluding violent, sexually explicit nature of opportunities. Effective women managers 6523, Corozal. You may also submit a ers' Club. The 79th Army Band will prosome music, videos, and concerts. Instrucmust develop personal skills to successDD Form 1556 by Fax to 285-4664. To vide entertainment. For information, call tor: Chap.(Capt.) Leon G. Kircher. The fully compete in today's world. Women reserve a space, call 285-5463/5161. 2874260. class will be held 8-11 a.m. must project an image of a competent, asThe classes are open to civilian or miliA series of workshops will be held *The "Shadow" Generation -This sertive and personally powerful manger. tary women or men. Family members are throughout August in the Pacific and Atclass will explore the issues surrounding Instructor: Marian Wingo. also welcome to attend. lantic communities to celebrate this day. the people born between 1961 and 1981. *How to Start Your Own Business The courses will be held at the ComThis generation of twenty-somethings Learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur. mand Training Center, Building 6523, have very specific ways of dealing with In the afternoon, you will have the opporCorozal and the Fort Davis Education life, work, relationships, leisure time and tunity to ask questions of a panel of proCenter. All classes are held 8 a.m.-4 p.m. money and has replaced the "Baby fessionals and businesswomen who have unless otherwise stated. Boomers" as the largest class of people in done what many of us have dreamed of workshops for Today the country. Instructor: Chap.(Capt.) Leon doing. Instructor: Celia Maxwell. Pacific Kircher. The class will be held 1-4 p.m. *Understanding Organization Politics *Myers-Briggs type inventory -The Wednesday -When trying to get things done in our orequality day MBTI is a proven assessment tool to help Atlantic ganizations, we are often our own worst RODMAN NS (USNAVSTAbetter understand unique strengths and *More Power to You -Positive self esenemies. Simply, we don't know how to PANCANAL PAO) -Rodman NS possible weaknesses. Identify leadership teem provides us with the self-confidence negotiate the roadblocks that are in our is sponsoring a series of events to and management styles and work on asneeded to pursue new ventures and build way. Understanding the unwritten rules is commemorate "Women's Equality sets and liabilities. Instructor: Patricia solid relationships in the workplace and crucial. Learn how to pass those roadDay" Aug. 26. Anyone wishing to Picard-Ami. Take the inventory 8-10 a.m. home. Instructor: Celia Maxwell. blocks! Instructor: Lucia Acevedo. The sign up for the workshops being ofFriday and receive the results 8 a.m. -4 Pacific class will be held 8 a.m.-noon. fered should call April Talley or p.m. Monday. Peak Performance -(see previous *Sexual HarassmentAwareness -This Marijean Metz at 283-5749. Here is Monday description) Instructor: Dr. Glorie Wright. seminar will explore the impact of sexual a list of the day's activities: Pacific *Women's health issues -Good health, harassment on individuals and on the or7:30 a.m.Coffee and welcome *How codependency affects career deboth mental and physical, is a woman's ganization. It includes understanding your by Capt. Rowley velopment -Codependents are often fixers most important asset. We need to be active responsibility for taking action about 8 a.m.Building Self-Esteem in and helpers for everyone except themparticipants in our own health care. A sexual harassment. Instructor: Norela Children presented by Ms. Sandra selves. This program will focus on how group of distinguished guests will discuss Laboy. The class will be held 1-3 p.m. Thomas, director, USA Girl Scouts codependent behavior patterns limit career a variety of health-related topics that affect Aug. 26 overseas. potential. Instructor: Dr. Glorie Wright. your career, your family, and your wellPacific .9a.m. -Women's HealthandNu*It is the best of times, it is the worst of being. Instructors: Kendra Kettleman, *Conflict Managment -Participants in triton given by Laurie Rowley, MS, times: Changes and Choices -the only Eliza Icaza, Dr. Rosa Crespo de Britton, this workshop will learn to identify intraRD, Gorgas Army Community certainty in life is CHANGE. Participants and Sgt. Ist Class Julie Hoover. personal and interpersonal conflicts and Hospital. will gain a better understanding of their Thursday develop management skills for each. They 10:30 a.m. Self-Defense Training specific attitudes that could hinder healthy Pacific will learn when conflict is to our advanpresented by Security Training. coping skills. Problem solving strategies *Imposter Phenomenon -Many suctage and when and how it works to our dis11:30 -Lunch will be a picnic and techniques for the here and now will cessful people are plagued with the fear advantage. Instructor: Dr. Gloria Wright. lunch provided by the Military be a primary focus. Instructor: Marian that they are not really as capable as they *The Organized Professional -How Spouses Association. Wingo. appear. Learn how to identify the impostor organized are you? This class will help noonWorldwide Trends in ProTuesday phenomenon and steps to breaking the Imyou to set priorities, get organized and stay mating Women in Panama preAtlantic postor habits either for yourself or those on top of things. Learn how to reduce your seated by Jesselinde L. Gonzalez C. *Peak Performance -Learn how to your work with. Instructor: Dr. Glorie workload through systematic work plande Toyloy, United Nations. can become a peak performer and inspire Wright. ning. Instructor: Celia Maxwell. Women in the Workplace: those you work with to do so also. Instruc*Ways Women Lead -Leadership is a *Presenting the Best You -Develop12:30 p.m. -Entering the tor: Dr. Glorie Wright. challenge at all times. Being a woman in a ing a professional image is a learned techWorkforce presented by Linda nique. This workshop focuses on developEberenz, Civilian Personnel ing a new approach of self presentation. Officedirector. Instructors: Darla Eddie and Fay Coney. 1 p.m. -Federal Women's ProInformation booths available +SelfDense -You will lea basic gram given by Xenia Link. principles of protection: how to protect 1:30 p.m. Panel of Successful COROZAL (USARSO PAO) -The counselor 10 a.m.-noon. yourself on the streets, in your car, and in Women includes Clea Efthemidas, following booths will be set up at the Wednesday your home. The instructor is Deborah Panama Canal Commission lawcommand training center, Bldg. 6523, Military carrers will be discussed by Nissenbaum. The class will be held 8 a.m.yer/Navy Reservist; Lorri Gilchrist Corozal to celebrate Women's Equality recruiter Sgt 1st Class Lopez 9:30-11:30 noon. Navy commander; Nancy Trotter, Day:: a.m. *How to Work A Room -This course Navy civilian; Tony Sanchez, Army Monday Thursday will help you to successfully manage mincivilian. Health screening by Army CommuVolunteering will be discussed by gling. Learn techniques that will help you 2:30 p.m. -Women and Inveslinity Health Nursing Office 8 a.m.-2 p.m the DCA volunteer program to leave meetings, conventions, and pargating/Retirement Consideration by includes orientation on self breast exam, Red Cross representatives will give ties with new contacts, new referrals, and Tax Service, Inc. cholesterol check, blood pressure check, an overview of the organization and first new friends. Instructor: Leonard 3:30 p.m. -Booths set up for voland brochures on AIDS, smoking cessaaid demonstrations. Wickham. The class will be held 1-4 p.m. unteering, education, home busition, nutrition, physical fitness and more. Friday To reserve a space in the workshops, ness, sports, color consultant, Mary Tuesday Canal Crafters will give information obtain your supervisor's permission and Kay representative, hair consultant The Education Center will offer a on classes offered and display products. submit a DD Form 1556 to the Labor and and more. Employee Development Division, Unit

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SPorts RomnSsoor Aug. 19, 1994 Quarry Heights, Republic of Panama Page 9 Rodman NS sponsors Labor Day sports COROZAL (Tropic Times) -As part of the Jam '94 Labor Day festivities, Rodman NS will host various sporting events. A slow-pitch softball tournament will be held Sept. 2-5. Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded for the. first, second and third place teams, and the first and second most valuable players. It is open to all military personnel and civilians over the age of 17. There is a $150 team entry fee. Participation is limited to the first 15 teams who pay the entry fee before the Aug. 26 deadline. Each team is limited to 15 players. A basketball tournament will be held Sept. 3-5. Trophies will be awarded to the first and second place teams, and first and second most valuable players. It is open to all military personnel and civilians over the age of 17. There is a $75 entry fee. Participation is limited to the first 10 teams who pay the entry fee before the Aug. 26 deadline. Each team is limited to 12 players. There will be coaches' meetings for bothevents 6:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Rodman Fitness Center. There will also be a 5K run starting at 7 a.m. Sept. 3. Pre-registration is $8 before Monday; late registration will be $10. The fee includes T-Shirts and trophies for first and second place in each division, and medallions for third place. --There will be a bass fishing tournament Sept. 3. Entry fee is $12 before Aug. 30, and $15 thereafter. Cash prizes will be awarded for the heaviest fish, the heaviest stringer of three, and the heaviest stringer of five. Register at the Marina Office or at the -Gamboa Ramp the day of the tournament. Call 283-3147/3150 for more information. Athletic physicals available for students COROZAL (Tropic Times) -The Department of 4, Defense Dependents Schools will hold Interscholastic Athletic Physicals at various locations in August. College students can get forms at Panama Canal College, high school students at Balboa High School and junior -Ihigh school students at Curundu Junior High School before the date of the physical exam. Family members of active duty servicemembers can get physicals at Cristobal High School 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday and the Adolescent Clinic (located next to BHS in Building 711)3-6 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Family members of civilians can go to the following J!, places: A n aDeparmen oDefense pofo S Lon Di CJHS 8 a.m.-4 p.m. today A man called Horse BHS 8a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 26 Red Machine line backer Roberto "Horse" George gets down into a three-point stance. Red For information call BHS at 282-7896, CHS at 289Machine's returning players practiced and hopeful players tried out for teams at Balboa 3690 and CJHS at 286-6254. Stadium last week. See story and photos on Page 10. New Panama MPs don't get Signal, 62-28 by Sgt. Lori Davis the floor, Signal thrashed their opposition, ll byopc Times orDs ditoSignal's Bryan lead the way with 19 points, Tropc Times srs dir -_--~followed by Clifford Walker with 13, Mixon FORT CLAYTON -Eleven minutes into the with 9 and David Eves with 8. game the point spread was 22-6, jumping up to The 4-2 Signal dropped their first two games, 34-9 at the half. Company A, 154th Signal but new players are pushing their come-back. Battalion slaughtered Panama Military Police "Now that we have people back who were Company 2, 62-28. down range I don't see us losing another game, The former Headquarters and Headquarters Bryan said. "We play better because more peoCompany, Law Enforcement Activity, needed a ple are stepping up to take the shots." new defense to go with their new name. Signal The MPs took the shots to the chin. beat them on rebounds, steals, fast breaks and "There'snopoint playinggooddefense when points. you can't score," said MPcoach Edward Weeks. From Gary Mixon feeding the inside pass to The 4-3 MPs were not on their game, but ssDense pho by ag or, Davis Antonio Bryan for the score to Charles Tucker Weeks admitted Signal was one of the toughest iDePar-f -epoobSgLrDa snagging rebounds as the MPs stayed rooted to opponents they've faced. Co. A, 154th Signal Battalion's David Eves drives into the lane. S14d e ge 144 and morePg1 From returning players to rookies, Don't miss a game with the Tropic *SCN AM radio schedule the Red Machine coaching staff Times 1994 full-season schedule *Local sports schedule looks ahead to the 1994 season. of high school football. *Local sports standings

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___ __ .Sports_ _ _ _ 1OTropic Times 10 Aug. 19, 1994 S______________ r&______ Football is back Teams get read for 9 season by Sgt. Lori Davis Following practice the T coaches looked at the new talTropic Times sports editor ctdrn r-us -AIO Moda ent during try-outs BALBOA -Mond ay "Everyone who tries out will marked the return to the gridgetdrafted," said assistantcoach ron for some players and a William Fahy. "The only pa -v chance for rookies to make the ers not on a team ore those who eam. Whether it was the hot decide not to pliy. Panama sun or the keen eyes of he ed Marhines eturnhecoaches, playerswere sweating players took good this seang it out on Balboa Field. Son. One game out of Ertst last Monday was the iist day of season, he said t Teamnalready ne 1994 football season. The has an evr on oreaking up the Red Machine coaches didn't thr-c-way tie for tirst place bewaste time, helping their reTween the Tigers, Devils ano During players shake-off their Bulldogs. easy-going summer vacation Draft selections will be pubattitudes and get back into the wished in an upcoming issue of disciplined game of football. the Tropic Times. Red Machine head coach Rick Dahlstrom (left) and assistant coach William Fahy tell their players about the importance of getting in good physical condition. 1994 high school Football Sche~dulltz Sept. 2 Jamboree CHS 5:30 p.m. Sept. 9 Cougars vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m. Deparment of Defense photos by Sgt Lo Davis Red Machine vs. Bulldogs BHS 5:30 p.m. Red Machine's center and defensive tackle Daniel Lopez (left) and offensive guard and Devils vs. Kolts BHS 7:30 p.m. defensive tackle Arthur Krapl listen to instructions from their coaches. Sept. 16 Red Machine vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m. Bulldogs vs. Devils BUS 5:30 p.m. Cougars vs. Kolts BHS 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23 Devils vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m. Cougars vs. Red Machine BUS 5:30 p.m. Bulldogs vs. Kolts BUS 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 Red Machine vs. Kolts BHS 6 p.m. Sept. 30 Tigers vs. Bulldogs BUS 5:30 p.m. Devils vs. Cougars BUS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 Cougars vs. Bulldogs BUS 5:30 p.m. Devils vs. Red Machine BUS 7:30 p.m. Kolts vs. Tigers CHS 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Kolts vs. Cougars BUS 6 p.m. Oct. 14 Tigers vs. Red Machine BUS 5:30 p.m. Devils vs. Bulldogs BUS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 Cougars vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m. Bulldogs vs. Red Machine BUS 5:30 p.m. Kolts vs. Devils BUS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 Devils vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m. Red Machine vs. Cougars BUS 5:30 p.m. Kolts vs. Bulldogs BUS 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4 Bulldogs vs. Tigers CHS 6 p.m. Kolts vs. Red Machine BUS 5:30 p.m. Cou ars vs Devils BHS 7:30 p.m. jov. ",1 V 7 .Tk rs Cal :3Oo.mn. 5-.grot 0 njm.

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~u~if ku~c~Tropic Times s 1Aug. 19,1994 SCN AM Radio 790/1420 8 p.m.: SCN vs. 106th Rodman Marina brookSports andFitnessCenterhasaerobics Aug.26 89 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Friairs pro football action 6 p.m.: HHC, LEA (2) vs. 69th sponsors shark fishing days and jazzercise 5-6 p.m. Mondays, Tonight 7 p.m.: Co. B, 154th vs. HHC, LEA (1) There will be a shark fishing trip aboard Wednesdays and Fridays. 6:30 p.m.: Football: Arizona Cardinals 8 p.m.: Co. A, 154th vs. MEDDAC the 42' Vargas 6 a.m.-I p.m. Aug. 27. The at Detroit Lions White League boat departs from Rodman Marina, there is Tang Soo Do taught Saturday Tuesday a $38 fee. Maximum of eight people. For 7 p.m.: Football: New York Giants at 6 p.m.: USAG vs. HHD, 470th more information call Rodman Marina at at Curundu, Clayton New York Jets 7 p.m.: Co. A, 193rd Spt. vs. HHC, 283-3147. Tang Soo Do is taught 6-7:30 p.m. Sunday 142nd Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Pacific The7 p.m.: Football: Denver Broncos at Thursday Sailing lessons offered at ater Arts Center, Building 2060 in the CuDallas Cowboys 6 p.m.: Co. A, 308th vs. Co. B, 193rd Miguel Boat rundu housing area and 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays Monday Spt. Pedro Club and Thursdays at the Valent Recreation 7 p.m.: Football: Chicago Bears at Kan7 p.m.: HHC, 142nd vs. Co. A, 193rd Beginning sailing lessons are being ofCenter. Classes are open to adults and chilsas City Chiefs Spt. fered 9 a.m.-I p.m. Saturday and Sunday dren 4 years old and up. For information, Thursday *U.S. Navy Basketball and Aug. 20-21 at the Pedro Miguel Boat call 286-3814 at Curundu and 287-6500 at 9 p.m.: Football: Los Angeles Rams at Tuesday Club. Cost is $75 per person. Graduates Fort Clayton. San Diego Chargers 6 p.m. SCIATTS vs. SBU-26 will receive a certification card. For more Aug. 26 7 p.m. IANTN vs. Marines information call 287-5968. 7 p.m.: Football: Miami Dolphins at Wednesday ports director Minnesota Vikings 6 p.m. NSWU-8 vs. Port Services Air Force sponsors Sports Offices Editor's note: SCN AM Radio 1420 will 7 p.m. SCIATTS vs. Roadrunners soccer tournament be off the air for three weeks for system Thursday U.S. Air Force 284-3451 improvements. The Atlantic community 6 p.m. IANTN vs. PWD An fotramural soccer tournament is U.S. Army 287-4050 should tune their radioto790 AMor98.3 7 p.m. SBU-26 vs. Marines scheduled for 5 p.m. Sept. 9-12 at Albrook U.S. Navy 283-4061 FML *Summer Slam Field. Registration is open through Sept.2 Bowling centers Pony Basketball League at the Howard Sports and Fitness Center. Albrook AFS 286-4260 Unit level basketball on SaturdayFotCaon2766 Noon: Jazz vs. Suns (Balboa) Air Force sponsors 47th FCor ayon 287-36 local sports schedule 1:15 p.m.: Knicks vs. Rockets annual 5/1 0-kilometer run Fort Espinar 289-4100 *U.S. Air Force Basketball (Balboa) The 47th Annual U.S. Air Force 5/10Howard AFB 284-4190 Howard Sports and Fitness Center 2:30 p.m.: Sonics vs. Pacers (Balboa) kilometer Fun Run will be 6:30 a.m. Sept. Scuba diving Today Tuesday 17. Sign-up by Sept. 12, there are three age Albrook AFS 286-4090 6:05 p.m.: CES vs. Co. B, 536th 5 p.m: Rockets vs. Suns (Albrook) categories for men and women. Awards Fort Davis 289-3208 7:05 p.m.: AIS/OSS vs. Trans 6 p.m.: Jazz vs. Sonics (Albrook) will be given for first and second places. tFort Kobbe 284-428 8:05 p.m.: Co. A, 1-228th vs. MSS Thursday shirtswill be given to thefirs individuals Fort Kobbe 284-4854 Monday 5 p.m.: Knicks vs. Pacers (Albrook) shrieg Howard AFB 284-5766 6:05 p.m.: Comm. (B) vs. SPS (A) *Summer Slam in eac race Balboa Dive Club 263-8077 7:05 p.m.: Co. A, 1-228th vs. AIS/OSS 3-on-3 Basketball League Rodman NS 283-5307 8:05 p.m.: Comm. (A) vs. AMSS (A) Fort Clayton Howard center offers Golf courses Tuesday Today Friday fun runs, t-shirts Fort Amador 282-4511 6:05 p.m.: MS vs. 640th AMSS (A) 7 p.m.: Team 5 vs. Team 3 The Howard Sports and Fitness Center Horoko 283-6346 7:05 p.m.: SPS (B) vs. HSC, 536th 7:30 p.m.: Team 6 vs. Team 2 hasaTGIF5-kilometerfunrun 5:15 a.m Fitness centers 8:05 p.m.: HHC, 1-228th vs. MSS 8 p.m.: Team 7 vs. Team i 6 p.m. Fridays. Register at the center to win Albrook AFS 286-3307 Wednesday Monday a t-shirt in the drawing following the run. Fort Clayton 287-3861 6:05 p.m.: HHC, 1-228th vs. Supply (B) 7p.m.: TBD Fort Davis 289-3496 7:05 p.m.: MS vs. C S 7:30 p.m.: TBD Climb tennis ladder in Howard AFB 284-3451 8:05 p.m.: SPS (B) vs. HSC. 536th 8 p.m.: TBD H w r to na etjRodman NS 283-4222 Thursday Aug. 26 Howard tournament S 28o42 6:05 p.m.: SPS (B) vs. Med. Gilp 7 p.m.: TBD Howard Sports and Fitness Center has Swimming pools 7:05 p.m.: Comm. (B) vs. Co. A, 17:30 p.m.: TBD an ongoing tennis ladder tournament. RegAlbrook AFS 286-3555 228th 8 p.m.: TBD isterat Howard SFC. Challenge your oppoBalboa 252-5493 8:05 p.m.: ALS vs. CES nents on your own schedule and improve Curundu 286-6260 Aug. 26 Last trial for U.S. Army your game while climbing the ladder. Farfan 284-4252 6:05 p.m.: AMSS (B) vs. Trans. Fort Clayton 287-6660 7:05 p.m.: Co. B, 536th vs. HSC, 536th South 1 0-miler team set Howard's body fat check Fort Davis 289-3272 8:05 p.m.: AIRPS/SVS vs. SPS (A) The third U.S. Army South 10-Miler Fort Espinar 289-4189 *U.S. Army Basketball Team trials will be 6 a.m. Aug. 27 starting shows workout success Gamboa 256-6425 Reeder Physical Fitness Center at Reeder Physical Fitness Center. This is The Howard Sports and Fitness Center Gatun 243-5233 Red League the final trial for the team. offers body fat analysis for a small fee. The Howard AFB 284-3569 Today For more information, call Allen Jones test helps fitness conscious people monitor Los Rios 252-6417 6 p.m.: Co. A, 154th vs. Co. E, 1-228th at 287-5444 or Willie Moye at 287-6411. the success of their work out program. Margarita 243-7229 7 p.m.: Co. B, 154th vs. SCN Rodman NS 283-4253 8 p.m.: HHC, LEA (2) vs. 534th Running association Howard, Albrook offer Monday 6p.m.: HHC, 128th vs. 214th holds 10-kilometer race various aerobic classes 7 p.m.: 106th vs. 69th The Panama Armed Forces Running The Howard Sports and Fitness Center 8 p.m.: MEDDAC vs. HHC, LEA (1) Association will hold a 15-kilometer race offers step aerobics 8:45-9:45 a.m. MonWednesday 6:30 a.m. Sunday starting at the Panama days, Wednesdays and Fridays, Step and 6 p.m.: 214th vs. HHC, LEA (2) Canal College. The event is sponsored by high-low aerobics 4:45-5:45 p.m. Mon7 p.m.: Co. E, 1-228th vs. HHC, 128th the Isthmus Road Runners. days, Wednesdays and Fridays. The AU.S. Navy Unit-level 24th MSS 5 1 1 Rockets 6 2 2 5. 56:25 Clinton Davis Basketball League 640th AMSS (B) 6 4 2 Pacers 5 3 3 6. 57:15 William Segars SBU-26 6 0 -HHC, 1-228th 2 4 4 Suns 3 4 4.5 7. 57:30 Jose Haro Roadrunners 5 1 1 24th Comm. (B) 0 5 5.5 Jazz 1 7 7 8. 57:45 Scott Digruttolo Marines 4 3 2.5 National League Sonics 0 7 7.5 9. 58:49 Edward Perea IANTN 3 3 3 Eastern Division 3-on-3 League 10. 59:54 Mark Hunt PWD 3 4 3.5 640th AMSS (A) 5 0 -Team 5 6 1 -12. 1:00:00 Robert Gotay SCIATTS 2 4 4 24th Supply (A) 5 1 .5 Team 4 4 2 1.5 14. 1:02:38 Paul Stevenson NSWU-8 2 4 4 24th Comm. (A) 2 2 2.5 Team 1 3 3 2.5 15. 1:03:24 Peter Frederich Port Svcs. 0 6 6 24th Med. Grp. 0 7 6 Team 2 3 3 2.5 16. 1:03:55 Ramon Figueroa *as of Monday Western Division Team 3 3 3 2.5 18. 1:04:49 Enrique Gordon U.S. Air Force Unit-levelBaskteball 24th Maint. Sq. 5 3 -Team 6 2 3 3 19. 1:05:05 Hector Clemente American League 24th CES 4 3 .5 Team 7 0 6 5.5 20. 1:05:10 Alberto Figueroa Northern Division HSC, 536th 4 4 1 *as of Thursday 22. 1:08:05 William Johnson 24th AIS/OSS 5 2 -24th SPS (B) 1 3 2 23. 1:10:01 Sue Bozgoz 24th Supply (B) 4 5 .5 3 10th ALS forfeit from league U.S. Army South 10-Miler Team 24. 1:12:54 Robert Neske 24th Trans. 5 5 .5 trial results 25. 1:13:50 Ethenia Torres 24th AIRPS/SVS 4 3 .5 Summer Slam Place Time Name 26. 1:14:33 Genoveva Ifill Co. A, 1-228th 2 4 2 Youth Basketball Program 2. 53:51 Robert Czech 27. 1:15:46 Michelle Digruttolo Southern Division Pony League 3. 55:55 Corey Smallwood 28. 1:17:39 Traci Thompson 24th SPS (A) 6 0 -Knicks 8 0 -4. 56:10 Brian Coutch 29. 1:18:20 Andres Magana

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12~.19,1'1994 N w 1TrpiecTimesew SOUTHCOM pushes 'Buy Panama' program chase of local goods and services," Holihan said. "There are many opportunities still out there," Holihan by Spc. Tom Findtner U.S. sanctions imposed on Panama from May 1988 said. "As an example, just recently, the Army and Air Tropic Times staff through December 1989, reduced local procurements. AfForce Exchange Service and the Panama Canal CommisPANAMA CITY, Panama -The U.S. Southern Coinier Operation Just Cause, preferential buying of Panamasion awarded contracts estimated at $11 million annually mand director of logistics encouraged local businessmen nian products was resumed. As part of the U.S. effort to to three local petroleum companies," Holihan said. to "Buy Panama," while serving as guest speaker at an assist the country's economic recovery, U.S. Holihan emphasized that U.S. SOUTHCOM has onAmerican Chamber of Commerce and Industry of PanaSOUTHCOM established the "Buy Panama" program in dertaken a proactive approach to creating a greater awarema meeting Aug. 10 in Panama City. 1990 to increase the level of military spending. That same ness of the "Buy Panama" program within the local busiMarine Col. Richard F. Holihan provided information year, the U.S. invested $102 million in the Panamanian ness community. Last month, the 24th Wing held a "Buy on how local companies can capitalize on business opporeconomy, followed by $125 million in 1991. Panama" Symposium and Trade Fair at Howard AFB. tunities with the Department of Defense through the "Buy "We spent $132 million in 1992 and $147 million last More than 150 Panamanian business representatives atPanama" policy. year," Holihan said."Our goal for this fiscal year is to protended the event. "We think it is a good program and one that infuses a cure a total of $107 million in local goods and services. In addition, the command sponsors a forum on the prolot of money into the Panamanian economy," Holihan We are well on our way to meeting or exceeding our goal gram for the local business community on a quarterly basaid. again this year, having spent $105 million with three sis. U.S. SOUTHCOM also has issued a letter to the PanaUnder guidelines of the 1977 Panama Canal Treaty, months left to go. Next year we expect the same level of manian and American Chambers of Commerce, requestU.S. forces are required to give preference to the purchase success in our buying program." ing their feedback on the "Buy Panama" program and soof Panamanian goods and services. However, this is proEven as the U.S. reduces its forces in Panama over the licited suggestions on ways to increase local vendor opvided that they are available as required and are of comnext five years, DoD still has a continued obligation to portunities, Holihan said. parable quality and price as those which may be obtained give preference to local businesses, Holihan said. This During Holihan's speech, Air Force Capt. Jacinto from other sources. In addition, such preference shall apstrategy ensures that in the process of leaving Panama, Rodriguez, U.S. SOUTHCOM logistics readiness officer, ply to the maximum extent possible. U.S. SOUTHCOM will continue to maintain its focus on served as interpreter for Spanish-speaking audience mem"Since 1982, DoD has spent over $1 billion in the purthe program. bers. Medical officials set up shop in Darien rainforest --made sure we came," he said. by Lilana Levy-Dutram by Li lic Aff-ar m OfficThe MEDRETE was expected to treat about 1,200 patients, Brannon said. BARRIALES, Darien -Most of us Even though the MEDRETE's main would consider a 5-mile hike through purpose was to provide the local residents dense tropical jungle to see a doctor, too with health care, it also brought the U.S. much of a sacrifice; but for people living 4soldiers closer to the Panamanian people. in remote areas of the Darien rainforest, Dr. Clever Gonzalez, from the Minisit's a fact of life. For these people, occatry of Health, said this is the third joint sional medical tours are the only source of medical exercise he has participated in. health care. The doctors consult one another and the The U.S. Army Medical Department relationship that has developed;is one of' Activity, the 142nd Medical Battalion and mutual respect, Gonzalez said. the Panamanian Ministry of Health, were The townspeople were very grateful for recently in the town of Barriales, near the the attention they were getting. Brannon Colombian border, as part of a Medical described their eagerness to help the exerReadiness Training Exercise, cisc participants. The soldiers and Ministry of Health The day they arrived it was "almost like workers, examed the residents, supplied a carnival atmosphere," he said. "We were them with medicine and taught them about waiting on supplies so we had some down preventive medicine. The exercise also intime. and played soccer with the children. eluded veterinary services as well. They helped us carry the supplies and gave The MEDRETE offered stations for us some of the local food such as com and general health, dental care and pap smears. plantains." Nutrition and preventive medicine classes Another aspect of the exercise was the were taught to help the residents learn veterinary medicine station. Animals in the measures to improve their health. area included dogs, cows and pigs. Maj. Ronnie Brannon, MEDRETE of The veterinarians focused on dewormficer in charge, said teaching preventive ing the animals and giving them rabies medicine was one of the major goals of the vaccinations and vitamins. exercise. Sgt. Ist Class Joseph Cunningham, "What we're trying to do is show them from the Gorgas Army Community Hoshow~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ to Aetmy photo by hmeve ota U, 1 .Silt, Hyacih 0-1ins l Veterinar Clinic, said the main probhow to better care for themselves so that Sgt. Roger Young, veterinary services, deworms a horse during a Medilm found was bat bites He added that they can incorporate the hygiene and nucal Readiness Exercise in Darien Province, most of the horses and cattle were in fair trition measures we are teaching them into their lifestyle. The focus is on preventive Santa Barbara, five hours walking distance "It's been a long time since a medical condition. care," he said. from Barriales, made the long hike to the tour went to Santa Barbara so when we Following Barriales, the MEDRETE Evelio Villamonte,14, a resident of MEDRETE with his sister. heard they were going to be here we moved on to the townsite of Maringanti. Engineers' visit sewage treatment facility R by Staff Sgt Rian Clawson type in Central America, and to leam how their Howard sewage plant supervisor. This is a 24th Wing Public Affairs own facilities might be improved. unique plant, complete with secondary treat"We must adopt this high technology and ment." HOWARD AFB -"This job stinks!" would apply it to other countries," said Dr. Vincent The plant pushes raw sewage through several generally be a negative comment, but for some Jonguitud, president of the Society of Mexican steps, including the secondary treatment' which people, it's a simple statement of fact. The men Sanitary and Environmental Engineers. At the incorporates microorganisms (bacteria) to conand women who work at the sewage treatment same time Jonguitud praised the facility's bensume waste materials. facility here fall into that category, but most efits for both people and environment, he ex"We have here a biological activated sludge agree that, although they never really "get used plained to the students who made the trip, "We system," Alzamora said. "The microorganisms to" the smell, it's not "that bad" and they learn will have to modify it to make it feasible in literally consume the waste material as food. to accept it. other, developing countries." Our process combines bacteria with the organic Still, most of them probably wouldn't go far "One of the focuses of this international conmaterials that are in the domestic waste water. out of their way to visit a sewage treatment fagress was on how to save the environment," This creates a final effluent which contains no cility somewhere else, said Jimmy Chavers, natural resources manager disease-causing organisms and which is clear Jimmy Chavers, (secMembers of the World Health Organizationfor the 24th Civil Engineer Squadron. "Sewenough to go to the ocean." ond from left) and Dr. sponsored Environmental and Sanitary Engiage is the principal source of pollution in the "In accordance with the Treaty Implement&Vincent Jonguitud needing Congress, on the other hand, came rota i vers, lakes, and oceans of the world, so one of tion Plan, we have a set goal, one that requires (pointing) explain the as far away as Mexico to visit Floward's sewthe chest ways we can help save our etvironus to make a commitment to protect the environbiological activated age treatment facility Aug. 9. Twenty-six enrent is to improve our methods of sewage meant Chavers said. "When people see our gineers and architects, along with professors treatment. sewage treatment facility operations, they ate sludge system proand student from Panama and Mexico, came to "You cannot find another facility like this generally very impressed with the way we are cess to Panamanian view the only sewage treatment facility of this anywhere around here," said Julio Alzamora, meeting this goal." and Mexican students.

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TropictivitieS Aug. 19, 1994 A quality of life guide for the U.S. community in Panama Page B1 T~ -a 7 Leanin seaanhi a -77'Z____ __ __ Itt 7-Z -7 7 Red Cross youth volunteers were Bird owners wishing to ship their +Movies, Page B8 honored for their outstanding serfeathered friends from Panama to +TV, Page B9 vice during an awards ceremony. the U.S. face lots of "red tape." +Potpourri, Page B12

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Tropic Times B 2 Aug. 19, 1994 -L b4 13LI/h ae .vr Girl Scouts -Panama will hold a membership registration 6:30 p.m. Aug. 30 at the Fort Clayton Youth Center and in the Sunshine Room, Building 807, Albrook AFB. For more information, contact the Girl Scouts service center at 285-6867. Albrook/Howard -*Youth centers 286-3195/284-4700: Bicycle rodeo 9-11 a.m. Saturday. Register for youth (ages 5-18) fall soccer season before Aug. 27. 4 Back to School Pre-teen Dance 7:30-10:30 p.m. today. For ages 8-13 only. Hideout Senior Teen Dance for ages 15-18, 7:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday at the Howard NCO Club ballroom. Admission is $2. Transportation will be. u provided from Albrook Youth Center and Clayton Department of Defense photo by Floyd Able Youth Activities. Pick-up at 6:30 p.m. and retum More than 35 student volunteers were recognized for outstanding work this summer during a at 11:45 p.m. Sign up in advance. presentation Aug. 12 at the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officers Club. Eight volunteers, Foosball tournament, 3 p.m. Tuesday. present at the party, were recognized for more than one year of service. Pictured left to right are Guitar lessons 1-6 p.m. Saturdays. Emmitt Lane, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Lucy Souffront, Red Cross station Spanish lessons for children and adults. Tueschairman; Marie Souffront, worked with industrial hygiene; Laura Marta Sanchez, volunteered at days and Thursdays at 4 and 5 p.m. the Gorgas pharmacy; Cecilia Ciceraro, volunteered at the Fort Clayton Child Development Arts and crafts 3 p.m. Wednesdays. Center; Mayra Feliu, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Sarai Bibbo, volunteered at the Gymnastics classes Saturdays. Ages 3-5 meet Gorgas pharmacy; Jean-Paul Souffront, volunteered at the entomology clinic and at the Quarry noon-I p.m.; ages 6-12 meet 1-2 p.m.; i termediHeights Post Office; Nikki Chislom, volunteered at the Fort Clayton Post Office; and Pattie Brower, Captain T-Bird and Captain KC Youth summer youth program chairman. Summer Bowling Special allows children to bowl three games during open bowling and receive a free IIL ~ paet ~ott~le filled With fountain soda. Student o unteersDevelopment Center 284-6135: Family Day Care Providers are needed in the Airok area. Call Jill Winter at 284-3711/6135 for information. excel le-rservile ; reC(,.gPnizefd --Clayton by Floyd Able and Charlotte Souffront are very proud of all the kids and the way the program Tropic Times student hires turned out." *Youth Center 287-6451: --c-ste-eEight students, attending the party, have volunteered Back to school mini camp 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. toCOROZAL -Sttdents who participated in the Red for more than one year. They were: Emmitt Lane, volunday. Amador pool party and Pan Canal/lunch. All Cross youth volunteer program gathered at the Fort Claysteered at the Fort Clayton dental clinic; Marie Souffront, youths, Atlantic and Pacific, may attend. A $5 adton Noncommissioned Officer's Club for the annual preworked with industrial hygiene; Laura Marta Sanchez, mission fee will be charged. sentation of awards for outstanding work Aug. 12. volunteered at the Gorgas pharmacy; Cecilia Ciceraro, Mini Camp graduation at Casa Maria 11 a.m.More than 35 students attended the party held in their volunteered at the Fort Clayton Child Development Cen3 p.m. Saturday. honor. The volunteers were served pizza, soda, pie, iceter; Mayra Feliu, volunteered at the Fort Clayton dental Back to school celebration 3-6 p.m. Thursday. cream and more, clinic; Sarai Bibbo, volunteered at the Gorgas pharmacy; Back to school disco and luau at the Clayton Pattie Brower, summer youth program chairman, said Jean-Paul Souffront, volunteered at the entomology clinic pool Aug. 26. Pre-teens will meet 6-9 p.m. and the youth volunteer program was a success. and at the Quarry Heights Post Office; and Nikki Chislom, junior teens meet 8-1 1 p.m. "The volunteer work program went extremely well," volunteered at the Fort Clayton Post Office. Sports card expo I 1 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 27 Brower said. "Some offices did not want volunteers at The students said that they enjoyed the work, and some Arts and crafts Mondays. first. plan on volunteering again next year. Cooking experiences Tuesdays. "Employees thought they would spend valuable work "I want to be a doctor or a pharmacist some day," Outdoor Games Thursdays. time babysitting the students. But the volunteer group Sanchez said. 'So this experience may help me get into Piano lessons 1-6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesproved them wrong by being responsible, cooperative and medical school. days. The fee is $30 for four half-hour lessons per having positive attitudes in the work place," she said. "We "I would do it again," she said. month. Gymnastics for ages 5 and older 2:30-3:30 p.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Youth Services is looking for piano and gymYouth Se vices -tiantic r nastics instructors. Contact George Wheeler at 287-3506, or stop by Building 155, Fort Clayton. y*Senior Teen Center 287-3464/4680: children som ethingGolf demonstration at the golf range by the FORTFSPIAR USARO PO Atantc) -Al-teen center 3-5 p.m. today. FORT ESPINAR (USARSO PAO Atlantic) Al said. "The programs we've offered have been well attendKayaking trip Saturday. Food and beverages though it may feel like summer year-round, for children ed. I think I've seen just about every child in our commuare available. There is a $5 fee. summer vacation means a couple of months of freedom nity come through here at one point or another." Pool tournament Aug. 26. from the classroom. It could also mean a couple of months The small community has also led to good volunteer Senior teen council meeting 2 p.m. Aug. 27. of "nothing to do." But not if Youth Services -Atlantic support, according to Paul Tommee, director, YS-AtlanPopcorn and movies Sundays. can help it. tic. Senior Teen Employment Program is a yearYouth Services has been serving up fun-filled activi"In a larger community, it's easy to get lost in the shufround program to develop job skills and earn monties for school-aged youths here since 1965 with everyfle," said Tommee, who worked with Pacific Youth Serey for teens 15-18 years old. Applications are availthing from cooking classes to lock-ins. Children have vices before transferring to Fort Espinar. "In a small comable at the center. something to do every day of the week with five ongoing munity like this, there's a hometown atmosphere, and peofree activities: cooking classes Mondays, sports Tuesdays ple really pull together. *Child Development Center 287-3301: and Thursdays, arts and crafts Wednesdays and movies or "We normally have 50 different volunteers helping us CDC provides high quality, developmental Teddy Bear Bingo Fridays, according to Angelia Wilson, throughout the year." child care for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. youth development specialist, YS-Atlantic. Those volunteers are a valuable asset to the center's Full day care and hourly care available. Call Youth Services also provides free transportation from five-person staff, Wilson added. 287-5657. schools to the youth center during the school year, Wilson YS-Atlantic, set to close at the end of fiscal year 1995, added. The YS activities have been successful both in parwill offer several specials and free giveaways in its final l ticipation and in keeping children out of trouble, he said. year, Tommee said. Atlantic "Our programs help keep the kids in a positive, safe "In our last year, we'll be giving out a lot of 'freebies,"' *Espinar Youth Center 2894605: environment," she said. 'They learn that they can trust us he said. "The community should be looking for them. Teens and pre-teens back to school shopping and they can trust their parents." We'll be cutting prices on our programs that have sign-up trip to Panama City 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Fee is Children benefit from YS programs in other ways as fees and giving away T-shirts." $2. well, Wilson said. "It's our way of giving back to the Atlantic communiBack to school social 3-6 p.m. Thursday. 'They get the chance to meet other kids in the commuty, to show how much we've appreciated the support," nity, and they learn a lot from the classes we offer," she Wilson added. Open recreation noon-6 p.m. Aug. 26. s ai d. ----Flag football and cheerleader registration unThe Atlantic program's success can be partially creditEditor's note: This is the third part of a series on der way through August. Coaches are needed. ed to the size of the community, Wilson said. units and agencies that have kept the Atlantic comMandatory parents meeting will be held Sept. 8. "Youth Services is highly successful here," Wilson munity rolling.

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Tropic Times Fea~~m Aug 1 9, 1994 Japan__ train1n f eet ilVwl it rS anarn I while in the midst ofa 142-day reaching the Pacific Ocean, the squadron training exercise, for Japan' "We have the basic miSwill head to San Diego and then to Pearl SMaritime Self-Defense Force Harbor, Hawaii. The destroyers are ships, cmrrying 1,000 officers and sailors sion to foster the mutual scheduled to return to Japan Nov. 15. cruised into the Panama Canal Friday for understanding and friend"We have the basic mission to foster a five-day layover at Rodman NS. .the mutual understanding and friendship The Japan Training Squadron '94 is ship between the countries between the countries which we visit and comprised of the destroyers DD which we visit and Japan." Japan," Yamazaki said. Nagatsuki, DD Mochizuki, DD Takatsuki Makotoamazaki and DD Shirayuki. The fleet will visit 12 courtesy photo ports in five countries, during the next Comrnmander, training squadron story by Spc. Tom Findiner Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force four and one-half months. Tropic Times staff Rear Adm. Makoto Yamazaki is The trip is a learning experience for The decks of the four ships were open Toi sa commander of the training ships. the 160 newly commissioned ensigns on to the general public Saturday and hoard. They graduated from the Japan's Sunday. A unique feature of interest to Officers' Candidate School last March. visitors is that each destroyer is armed Rear Adm. Makoto Yamazaki is comwith U.S. weapons, Yamazaki said. wander of the squadron. During their stay in Panama, the "One of the most important purposes sailors stretched their sea legs at the ruins of this training cruise is to develop the of Old Panama City, Balboa Park and seamanship and leadership of these new Miraflores Locks. In addition, they officers through the training afloat," participated in basketball and softball Yamazaki said. "Another is to broaden games with local Navy teams. the perspective of these future leaders Since leaving their home port of through the opportunity to visit foreign Yokosuka, Japan on June 27, crew countries and meet citizens there." members also have visited Anchorage, According to Yamazaki, Japan has Alaska; Vancouver, British Columbia; conducted overseas training with its and Los Angeles. young officers for more than 100 years, On Tuesday, the destroyer fleet and made annual visits to Panama for the departed for Vera Cruz, Mexico, by way last 30 years. of the Panama Canal. Other planned stops "Panama is a very beautiful country on the ships' journey include Norfolk, and our crew is really enjoying it here," Va.; Newport, R.I.; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Yamazaki said. He added that Japan and and Santo Domingo. Panama have similar climates, so his men On the trip home, the ships will make courtesy p0oto were not affected by the hot, humid a one-day return visit to Panama on Oct. The Japan Training Squadron destroyer DD Takatsuki cuts a wake weather here. 6, while negotiating the canal. After through the open sea while on a training manuever. tNGOVERSEAS TRAINING CRI11111 HALFA 0 ANADA) Z 1Sp LOJ OsJ t ..28Oct.~1 Nv. (1O)ep.Ot 27 Jun ~ 1./1 NNov. (4da 2 Jue 5 o e 142drt

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B4Tropic Times ~Pnm B4 AFocus on Panama Pht. by Ptty 01h,-e 2nd Class 8,11 L.wThe building of the Reina Torres dle Arauz Anthropological Museum in the 5 de Mayo Plaza and Central Avenue. Museu piPaam cltr use pi res Pnm utr T he culture of Panama is of the Chinese people of Panama. the Chocoes from the Darien province. available to the newcomer *The archaeologyroom gives the visLectures, auctions, plays and musical or tourist at the Reina Torres itor a look at Panama from 8000 B.C. to presentationsarejust a few ofthehappendle Arauz Anthropological Museum. The 500 A.D. You can view a large display of ings in the museum's auditorium. statue of an indigenous chief or Cacique pottery ums used for burial purposes by A small shop, inside the main door of perched on tdhenouls of arante early man. the museum offers postcards, reproducperched on the shoulders of a servant *In the gold room, the pendants, gold tions of huacas, molas, books in English seem to be guarding the main room of the huacas, lucky charms and figurines ofthe and Spanish and Indian craft items for museum as you enter. The statue, made of collection, rival each in beauty and origsale. volcanic rock, comes from Barriles in the valeyof El Hato, near the Volcan Baru inality. It is a visual exposition of the The museum, inaugurated in 1974, is valley ChiEiuHaone a traditions of the time. funded by the government of Panama. It in the Chriui poice the name of *The contact room illustrates the was partly looted during the 1989 invaThe museum, whch bear e a e contributionsof the colonial Africans, the sion. The museum was closed for repairs the great archaeologist Reina Torres de Antillian Africans and the Spanish to and opened again at the end of 1991. Arauz, whodesigned it, is the bestdisplay Panama. An estimated 15,000 people visit the of Panama's human and cultural history. *Theenthnography room depicts Panmuseum during the year. The museum is located in the refurama's five contemporary Indian cultures. For tours and guides to visit the musebished 1912 Panama Railroad terminal The Teribes from Bocas del Toro provum, call 262-0415. The museum is open building across from the 5 de Mayo Plaza ince, the Bokotas from Veraguas provfrom 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Central Avenue. ince, the Cunas from San Blas, the throughFriday,and from 9a.m.to4p.m. The museum consists of five rooms: G *In the synthesis room the visitors Guaymies from Chiriqui province and Saturdays. Courtesy photo can view an overall look at the culture of This statue of a God or Cacique was Panama found in the otherrooms. Among by Rosemary Chong, found in Barriles, Chiriqui Province the displays in this room is a red Chinese Tropic Times staff 150-300 B.C. dragon denoting the cultural contribution the inspecton of persons who use the services. The Editor's note: The following summary of news La Prensa: new measures consist mainly of checking baggage is taken from the Panamanian press. The translaPaper prints a Changuinola, Bocas del Torodatelined for international as well as domestic flights. Five tion and reports are unofficial and no guarantee is article citing Bocas del Toro Province health authorities persons will work morning and afternoon shifts made by the Tropic Times as to the accuracy of confirming an "alarming outbreak" of malaria in the assisted by the security personnel from a local bank. reporting or statements made here. Selection of province, with 297 cases reported in 10 of 15 districts According to O'Donell they are understaffed. these stories does not imply any emphasis, judgesince July 22. ment or endorsement by the U.S. government. La Estrella: These synopses are intended only to give nonPaper reports on progress of the joint U.S. Army Spanish speaking people a flavor for events in La Estrella, El SigloSouth-Panama Ministry of Health "Cosecha Panama. .Papers cite Panama Supreme Court Justice Arturo Amistad" program, saying that some 600 people in Hoyos and former Panama National Police director is ogmts that s amen peopin Aug. 15-19 Ebrahim Asvat as saying that the Judicial Technical various communities ofPamama's Darien province Police need to go through a purging process, because have received medical attention, while almost 300 La Estrella, El Panama America: the situation has reached the point where people view its animals have been assisted by veterinarians. RePapers report U.S. Southern Command Logistics agents in the same way they do criminals. Hoyos reportportedly, the program's goal is to provide medical Director Richard Holihan as saying in a briefing to the edly added that if accusations against the agents inant American Chamber of Commerce of Panama Aug. 10 volved are proven, they must be tried, as established by that the U.S. Armed Forces have some $107 million penal and judicial codes. available for the procurement of Panamanian products El Siglo: in 1995 and reiterated that even though U.S. troops Critica Libre: Paper reports that the government of Guatemala will soon be withdrawn from Panama, there is still Security measures at Enrique Malek Airport, David, formally requested extradition from Panama of detime to do business with the U.S. armed forces. Rewere implemented: due to the accident which occurred posed Guatemalan President Jorge Serrano, who portedly, goods and services acquired by the United in Colon causing the death of2l passengers. Beginning was granted political asylum in Panama in 1993 States from Panama since 1982 have totaled more than last week, the Directorate of Civil Aeronautics in Chiriqui after he was charged with political and common $1 billion. Province, headed by Capt. Juan O'Donell, has increased crimes.

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___ ~1C mmuity ewsTropic TimesR Community -news__ Aug 19,1994 Ar Shipping pet birds complicated c n ti procedure, a lot of paperwork Clayton The 308th Military Intelligence Battalion is -yFodAl holding a yard sale across from) the Fort Clayton by F msy d b e Guest House 8 a.m. Saturday. Donations will be Topc Ties student hreccepted. COROZAL .-Bird owners wishA cross-cultural workshop will be held 8 a.m.ing to take their pets back to the 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Building 155, Fort Clayton. United States should know there are The workshop is designed to enable newcomers to adapt culturally to Panama. For reservations, call certain procedures to follow. .: 287-5073. For free childcare, call 287-5657. Wildlife in the Republic of Pana A museum display focusing on the culture, ma is protected by national and inter heritage and history of Native Americans of national regulations. Animals listed < North America is planned for Sept. 17-25 at Valent as U.S. endangered species can Recreation Center. Items and artifacts for the musee sent hack to the states. um are needed. Anyone wanting to loan items for the w or a list of endangered specs .display can call Staff Sgt. Jane Usero at 287-5459 write the Federal Wildlife Pe days or 287-3779 evenings. Items will be needed Office: United States Fish & Wild14. life Service, Office of Managee gi The new telephone number for the La Leche Authority, 4401 N. Fairfax Dr., Rm League and mothers seeking help or information 432, Arlington, Va. 22203 about breastfeeding is 287-6592. They will provide CITESAppenThe Enlisted Spouses Club -Panama holds dix J and Endangered Species List meetings 7 p.m. the first Monday of each month at upon request. the Fort Clayton Noncommissioned Officers' Club. Shipping a bird to the Unite For information, call 287-3071. States is complicated. If your bird was not registered How ard/A ibro k before April 30, 1980, you must it at the Wildlife Fauna The Howard Child Development Center is lookrist a eeing for potential family day care providers for the tion, Nataln ReueAlbrook Area. Please call Jill Winter at 284-3711/ able Natural Resources (INRENARE), Paraiso. 6135 for more information. The Albrook Club is looking for someone who Registration fees range from can sing and entice others to sing on Karaoke $100-$i50 for macaws and $75nights. For information, call 286-3101. $100 for parrots. Charges vary for The Howard Family Support Center offers tranother species of birds. sition assistance counseling by appointment from After registering the bird, you 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. For more informashould obtain a license/permit applition, call 284-3865/4347. cation. To do this, write the followThe family services division of the Howard ing address and request a form 3Family Support Center needs volunteers to help 200: U.S. F&WS, Off e of manoperate the loan closet, the base brochure library, agement Authority, 4401 N. Fairfax and the coupon program. Dr., Room 420, Arlington, Va. Family services is openweekdays from 7:30 a.m. 22203. to 4:30 p.m., and free child care is available for all After you receive this form, you Departmeni t Defense photo by Fliyd Able volunteers. To volunteer, or for more information, must fill out the correct genus, speSylvester and Hobbs, two orange-chinned parakeets, perch on a call 284-5860. cies and subspecies, then send it palm tree branch. Parakeets are typical family pets of U.S. back to the same address. The next citizens in Panama. They can be shipped back to the United step is to obtain VS form 17-23, States if the proper procedures are followed. importation of pet birds (personally tion, (obtain a location map when the brokers. When you write the brokerthey Forpeople transferringto new dutynstations, the owned) from the port veterinarian, health certificate is issued). will send you a list of prices for their Office helps in the search for housing, employment USDA APHIS vet service: Regular A biologist will determine the vaservices. and educational possibilities for servicemembers mail -P.O. Box 660567, Miami lidity ofyourexportrequestinaccorHere is a complete list of export and their families. Call 289-4021/4636 for more Springs, Fla. 33266; or special pardance with the Republic of Panama documents needed: information. cel service -Suite 560,5600 N. W. and CITES regulations. This may +VS form 17-23 (section A, B, & C 36th St., Miami, Fla. 33126. take one or two days. completed) [ miscellaneous AfterobtaininganapprovedFedTheINRENARE"formtorequest *Health Certificate (issued within eral F&WS permit (3-200) and a entry of exit permit of wild animal 10 days of shipment) The PanAmerican Toastmasters are hosting CITES permit, submit a copy along (pets)" is a two-part form. The top *Form to request Entry/Exit permit an open-house 11 a.m. Sept. I at the Fort Amador with your VS form 17-23 with secportion is for registration and the of wild animal (pets) Officers Club. For information, call JoAnn Wright tion A and C #11 completed to the bottom portion for export/import of *CITES Appendix II permit from at 287-5689. port veterinarian of the port of entry the animal. INRENARE (for all Panamanian parThe Officers' and Civilians' Wives Club-Pacific priortotheactualshipmentforUSDA Another important thing you rots and macaws with the exception of is organizing the 1994 Spouses Inter-Service WelAPHIS approval. should do is call the airline that you Great Green and Scarlet macaws which come, Information and Sign-Up Coffee 10 a.m.Be sure to include your quaranwill be leaving on and check to see if are Appendix I) noon Sept. 14 at Club Amador. Qualified instructineand abortoryfee as escrbed tos are needed to teach arts, crafts, sports and inf and laboratory fees described they will let you carry your bird(s) on *CITES Appendix I export permit hobbies. Care givers are also needed. made by money order or cashier's the plane with you as hand baggage. from the Republic of Panama and ApNo vendors' fees will be charged. Registration me Most airlines will let you do this but pendix I import permit into the U.S. if deadline is Aug. 31. For information, call Jane ch .it is safertocheck first. Ifinot, thecost applicable and obtainable. Greenwood at 287-5120. If it is approved, the USDA will ofa ticket forabird will be about$67. The final local cost will be approxiThe Consolidated Chaplains' Fund is concomplete section B of form 17-23 A few months before you leave, mately $275-$450. ducting interviews for the following Fiscal Year'95 and send it back by ordinary mail. you should write a broker in the If you have any further questions, contract positions: You must allow sufficient mailing states. The Corozal Veterinary Clincall the Corozal Veterinary Clinic at *Clayton Chapel-General Protestant: seven time. For a shorter turn around time' ic can provide you with a list of 285-5866 or 285-5867. watch care providers for Protestant Wonen of the you will have to arrange and pay for Chapel; two watch care providers for chapel servicspecial parcel services.e;oemscdietradoepans.Tepito A full-time veterinarian needs to Clayton Chapel Sunday School starts es;t nemsic dir and owner pansts 7t point of complete section C, item #12 A, B fall term in adult Christian education *Clayton Chapel -Gospel: pianist, music coand C of form 17-23 within 30 days ordinator, drummer and watch care provider. The of expected departure. This can only The Fort Clayton Chapel Sunday School will begin the fall term in adult POC is Chaplain Paul O'Neil at 287-5877. be done at the Corozal Veterinary Christian education. *Amador Chapel -Episcopal: one pianist or Clinic. The following will be offered: Masteryour Money -scriptural concepts organist and one watch care provider. The POC is Within 10 days of leaving Panain handling personal finances; YoungAdultSeries -adiscussion ofthebook Chaplain Robert Neske at 287-3532. ma, go to the Corozal veterinary of Ephesians; "Who Do You Say That IAt?"studies in the life of Christ; *Corozal Chapel: two watch care providers. clinic and pick-up a health certifiThe Practical Prayer Life -a study in 12 unique aspects of prayer. The POC is Chaplain Paul Bolton at 287-5859. Cate. There is a $12 fee. In addition, classes are offered for students in kindergarten through *Atlantic Chapel Center: three musicians and cate. Thee i NRENA2 f ee. senior high. All classes meet 10:30 a.m. Sundays. four watch care providers. The POC is Chaplain Next, take the INRENARI bird Register in Building 156. For information, call the Fort Clayton Chapel Neil Frey at 289-3319 registration, form 17-23, and health it 287-5859. certificate to Wildlife Fauna Sec-

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B 6 Tropic Times Aug. 19, 1994 person (Caribe Hotel). Fee includes air4p.m. Saturday, $24 fee. fare, three nights hotel accommodations, Rodman fare, threenightsaccomodation, hotel transSnorkeling and Scuba, 7a.m.-5p.m. and transfer. Prices vary from $300-$600 *Information, Tour and Travel: fears, city tour, use of facilities and all Sunday, $22 snorkelers, $47 divers. depending on the hotel. Downtown shopping, 9 a.m. today, meals, drinks, and snacks (Decameron) or GoldpanninginLasCumbres,8a.m. There will be a whitewater rafting $8. Shop Panama City's department stores. breakfast and dinner(Caribe). -3p.m. $12. Tuesday. trip in Chiriqui Saturday and Sunday. The Moonlight Cruise, 6:30 p.m. SaturBambito, Chiriqui, Sept. 2-5, $240! Panama Bay sea shell challenge, $150 fee covers transportation, lodging, day,$21 fee covers hors d'oeuvres. Cruise person double occupancy, $215 triple oc8a.m.3p.m. Wednesday. guides and meals. Participants must be 12 to Taboga Island by moonlight, while viewcupancy. Fee includestransportation. three Isla Grande Weekend, Aug. 26-28. years old or older and be able to swim. ing Panama City's skyline. nights accommodation, breakfast and dinSign-up today for a romantic getaway. Balboa El Valle shopping, Sunday, $12, 7 ners, tours of Boquete, Volcan and Cerro Peacock bass fishing in Gatun Lake, a.m., minimum of 12 people needed. Shop Punta, coffee and banana plantations. 5a.m.-2p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28. $25. *Balboa Dive Club: for local handicrafts, plants, fruits & vegA brook/Howa d Bring gear and lunch. Fish cleaning is The club is now accepting new etables and visit nature preserve. available, so bring freezer bags. members. Divers must show a diving Panama City, 9 a.m. Wednesday, $8, *Zodiac Community Activities Center: certification card to join, membership is minimum of 10 people needed. Visit the Free Zone Shopping, 8:30 a.m.$12 per diver per year. Church of the Golden Altar, French Plaza 4:30p.m., $13 fee. Every Friday in Aug. *Valent Recreation Center: The club's next meeting will be 7:30 and more. Newcomer's family beach trip to Rio Antique and arts and crafts shopp.m. Wednesday at the Curundu RestauBarro Colorado Island, 6 a.m. Aug. Mar, 7a.m.-4p.m. Sunday, $15 fee per ping, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. rant.Richard PeraltaofAsocacionOceana 27, $65, two people needed. Visit the family. 4sOutdoor Recreation Center: de Panama is the guest speaker. Informatropical research island in the Panama Panama museums, 9a.m. -3p.m. Ocean to ocean transit Saturday. Call tion on upcoming dives will be available. Canal's Gatun Lake. Thursday, $5 fee. Visit educational and for details. The club is organizing a trip to Bocas Free Zone shopping, Aug. 31, $12, 7 historical musums about Panama. Bring Partial transits of the Panama Cadel Toro Sept. 3-5. The trip is $275 per a.m. departure, minimum of 12 people money for entrance fees. nal7:30-l1:30a.m. Saturdays, $35 adults, person and includes roundtrip airfare, needed. Old Panama City and locks, 9a.m. -$15 children 12 years old and younger. A accomodations, meals, entertainment, Labor Day weekend special tours: 5p.m. Aug. 27, $13 fee. minimum of 20 people is needed for a tanks, weights and five guided boat dives. Contadora Island, Sept. 2-5, $220/ ElValleshopping,6:30a.m.-4:30p.m. partial transit any other day of the week. A $100 deposit is required. Contact the person double occupancy, $265/person Aug. 28, $13 fee. Shop for baskets, pottery There is Contadora Island transit serclub about reservations. single occupancy, transportation aboard and plants. vice Sundays. Fees are $35 adults and $20 The club is taking entries for the 1994 the Black Stallion to and from island, three *Outdoor adventures: children 12 and under round trip, $25 photography contest until Sept. 14. Subnights accommodation, meals and drinks, Barro Colorado Nature Preserve, 6 adults and $15 children one way. mit two entries in each category; close up/ use of all facilities included in the fee. a.m.-3 p.m. today, $65 fee. Anisland overSun Splash tour to Jamaica travel macro, marine life, above water and diver Cartagena, Columbia, Sept. 2-5, flowing with tropical plants, and animals. opportunity to Montego Bay any Sunday portrait in color slide format. Send to Unit $325/person (Decameron Hotel), $359/ El Valle horseback riding, 7a.m.through Wednesday. Packet includes air0967, APO AA 34002. Alro/owr aDate master scuba, aailable Monuud Aibrook/Howard day at the Howard Curu Twnd OcasPr-hp *Zodiac Community Activities *Twin Oceans Pro Shop: Center: Clayton Equipment available for scuba, 4 Tae Kwon Do at Zodiac Center for *Fort Clayton Boat Shop: snorkel, tennis, camping and other children and adults. Beginning and advanced swimoutdoor recreation. Martial arts, at Howard and Alming lessons 2:15-5:45 p.m. Mon*Pacific Theatre Arts Centre: brook Youth Centers, 284-4700. days through Thursdays, $20 fee. Next Registration for all dance classGuitar, 1-6 p.m. Saturdays at Alsession begins Aug. 29. es for the fall semester begins Aug. brook Youth Center. Long set equipment rental $19 dai22, Building 2060 Curundu. ClassSpanish, For children and adults. ly. es: modem, ballet,jazz, tap, folklorTuesdays and Thursdays at 4-5 p.m. at Open water scuba, $125. Class ic, salsa and belly dancing. the Albrook Youth Center. meets first and thrid Monday of each The centre has saxaphone les*Albrook Auto shop: month and includes five pool sessions, sons 5-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday. Air conditioning service and refive theory sessions and four open Rod man pair 12:30-5 p.m. every day except water dives. *Rodman Marina: Tuesday and Wednesday. *Valent Recreation Center: A two week open-water scuba Wheel alignment diagnostic and Basic/intermediate English Monclass will begin on Tuesday at the service classes are held 3-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, one hour each. Rodman Pool. All equipment, textdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m.Intermediate Spanish, Thursdaybooks, and certification will provid5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Sept. 10. Class meets 5-6-p.m. Tuesed for the $125 fee. Call 283-5307 *Howard and Albrook pools days and Thursdays, $30 fee, or 283-4454 to register. K S A-y pholo by Sa Syt J.Uer Intro to scuba, Free, call for apEight-week Spanish headstart A boating safety class will be sm y s s pointment. meets 5-7 p.m. Wednesdays and Friheld 6-9 p.m. Monday and Wednes Sp e Open water scuba, Monday, Aldays, starts Wednesday. Register today, $35 fee includes materials and Spec. William Mothershed, U.S. Army Medibrook Pool, $145 fee. day. test drive. The course qualifies pea cal Activity-Panama, is "saved" by Spec. Advanced scuba, Aug. 22, Al*Fort Clayton Scuba Shop: ple to rent marina boats. Payment Gregory Sinder, Co. B, 4th battalion, 228th brook Pool. $105 fee. Advanced open-water scuba, and reservations must be made beAviation Regiment, atthe Fort Clayton SwimWater exercise, for beginning to $140fore the first class. Call 283-3147 ming Pool. The soldiers were students of the advanced adult swimmers. Underwater photography, $99. for information. Lifeguard Course offered at the pool. Military swimming pools offer various classes. Social Recreation your birthday is in August. For any rental totaling $15 or more, you receive $5 off. *Rodman Bohio: *Howard Sports and Recreation Rental Exibit There will be an Attitude Adjustment Center: Exhibit party at the Rodman Buhio today. The fun The Howard Sports and Recreation *Continental Hotel: starts at 4:30 with a volleyball game and Rental Center has various specials. FishA Horticulture and Design Exhibition the opening of the bohio bar. Hors ing package: $7 a day, 2 rods, cooler, will be held 2-6 p.m. Sept. 5 at the Contid'oeuvres will be served from 5-7 p.m., minnow bucket. Camper package: $8 a nental Hotel, Panama City. The "Magic and kids' cames start at 5:30 p.m. The day, tent, sleeping bag, butane stove, lanGarden" exhibit, created by the members band Killer Coatimundi will keep the tern. Mountain bikes: $2 off one weck of Club Petalos. will be judged. For more place rocking 6:30-11 p.m. This is the best rental. The Howard Sports and Recreinformation, call Sadith Aguilera at 26)way to get "adjusted" for the weekend. ation Rental Center also has a special if 9379. A,

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Tropic Times ; c s Aug. 19 1994 VZ 44 Tropic Times file photo Basket case Pacific Jenny Tassell Elizabeth Leigh and Louis Lushman (from right) shop for baskets. There will be a 24th SericRental Center 24-6107 basket bazaar, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 28 on the Albrook Club Patio. The bazaar is one of the largest Albrook Auto Craft Shop, 286-3613 basket, tagua and cocobolo wood carving sales. Albrook Club, 286-4128 Albrook Riding Stables 287-4411/3333 / Balboa Dive Club 263-8077/250 --75 A ,Canal Crafters 286-4500 Clayton Arts and Crafts Center, 287-5957 *Fort Clayton Arts and Crafts ister for classes at the shop. to buy slip and tools. Clayton Boat Shop 287-6453 Center: Stencil demonstration 10:15 Free demo gold application, 3Clayton Ceramic Center, 287-4360 Sewing twice a week for two a.m. Tuesday. 3:30 p.m. Aug. 25. Clayton NCO Club, 287-3586 hours. *Howard Skills Development Stained Glass Classes, 5-7 p.m. Clayton Outdoor Recreation Center, 287-3363 Cake decorating twice a week Center: Thursdays. Clayton Scuba Shop 287-3355 for two hours. All classes must be preregisClay Flower Class, 11 a.m.1 Club Amador, 282-3534 The Ceramic Center, Building tered and prepaid. Classes will be p.m. Saturdays. Cocoli Recreation Center, 287-3010 198, is located near the Crafts Shop. cancelled 24 hours prior if miniOngoing classes, stained glass, Howard Auto Craft Shop, 284-3370 *Canal Crafters: mum participation is not met. framing, lamp assembly, pottery Howard Enlisted Members' Club, 284-4107 Handmade arts and crafts are Free porceilan pouring class, wheel throwing, cross stitch, macHoward Officers' Club, 284-4680 available, consignment and volun2-4 p.m. today. Need to buy slip rame, clay flower and ceramics. Howard Riding Stables 284-3770 teers are welcome. The shop is and tools. *Fort Sherman Multicraft CenHoward Skills Development Center, 284open 10 a.m. -2 p.m. Tuesdays, Free porceilan pouring class, ter: 6361 Thursdays and Saturdays, Building EnglishTuesday 1-3 p.m. SpanAir brush painting class SaturHoward Teen Center, 284-4700 804, Albrook. Call 286-4500. RegishWednesday 1 a.m.-lp.m. Need day, $2 fee. Howard Wood Craft Shop 284-4510 The Loop, 287-3035 Pacific Theatre Arts Centre 286-3814 Quarry Heights Officers' Club, 282-4380 ---/Rodman Annex, 283-5475 Rodman Club, 283-4498 Rodman Marina, 283-3147/3150 *Valent Recreation Center: jewelry, Saturday and Sunday. of six players. Rodman Naval Station Information Tour Better Opportunities for Geological experience and shopBirthday ofthe month celebraand Travel Office, 283-5307/4454 Single Soldiers forum meets the ping opportunity. tion, 6 p.m. Aug. 26. Twin Oceans Pro Shop 286-6514 first Thursday of every month and Popular and classical guitar *Zodiac Community Center: Valent Recreation Center, 287-6500 is open to all barracks residents. recital 7-9 p.m. Sept. 2.Event inSubs on Top has new hours, 11 Zodiac Community Activities Center, 284The center is looking for judges eludes entertainment and displays. a.m.-5 p.m. MondaysFridays, 11 6161 for the second Scale Model ExhiLocal dart tournament Oct. 8, a.m.3 p.m. Saturdays. It is in the Atlantic bition and Expo '94. You must mandatory clinic Wednesday. RegZodiac Community Activities CenAquativity Center, 289-4009 know how to build models to qualister now. ter. Take out, eat in and delivery Davis Arts and Crafts Center, 289-5201 ify. The event will be 2-5 p.m. Sept. *Cocoli Community Center: services are available. Phone orDavis Community Club, 289-5160 17-18. Call Johnny Tate at 287Arts and crafts for children ders to 284-5848, fax to 284-6109. Ocean Breeze Recreation Center, 289-6402 5057 for more information. 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Rent the activities room and Outdoor Recreation, 289-4077 Geological exhibit and sale of One-on-one basketball tourtheBigTreeBohiotorpnvatefuncSherman Arts and Crafts Center, 289-6313 gems, rocks, mineral stone and nament,6p.m.Saturday,minimum tions. Sherman Scuba Shop, 289-6104 Sundial Recreation Center, 289-3889/3300 Atla/ I7, cn-e s M EN W S hursays.8 a.m. Aug. 27. Rec center neOcen Taboga Island, 6:30 a.m. Aug. A news Thursd*Ocas Breezec Recreation 8a.Ag 7 *Sundial Recreation Center: Center: 28. Aerobics 9:30-10:30 a.m. MonThe center offers a variety Portobello treasure hunt, 9a m day, Wednesdays and Fridays. of classes such as karate, cake Satuay Piano 10:30 a.m.-]1 p.m. decorating, Spanish, English, piEl Xalle 530 am. Aug.21 Wednesday. ano, country line-dancing and Famil exe -10:ter: Family exercise 9:30-10:30 a m. jazz. Panama City shopping, 8 a.m. Wednesdays.-7 pm Mondays and Atlantic tours Saturday. Wednesday. *Sundial Recreation Ccnter: Panama City history cal tour Gymnastics/ballet 6-8 p.m. PanamaCity historical tour a.m Aug 27 7<7 '7 <'7MW fl = N kM '11JPI~ /m / /F

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B8Q Tropic Times Aug. 19, 1994M movies Location Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Howard AFB 7pm: Getting Even 2pm: The Flintstones 2pm: Getting Even 7pm: The Flintstones 7pm: Naked Gun 33 2pm: Little Big 7pm: City Slickers 2 284-3583 with Dad (PG) Ted (PG) John Goodman, with Dad (PG) Ted (PG) John Goodman, 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie League (PG) Jason (P-13) Billy Crystal, Danson, Macaulay Rick Moranis I Danson, Macaulay Rick Moranis Nielsen, Priscilla Robards, Luke Daniel Stern Culkin 7pm: Getting Even Culkin 9pm: Getting Even Presley, $1.50, $l Edwards 9pm: Little Big 9pm: The Flintstones with Dad (PG) Ted 7pm: The Flintstones with Dad (PG) Ted 9pm: The Cowboy 6pm: Wyatt Earp League (PG) Jason (PG) John Goodman, Danson, Macaulay (PU) John Goodman, Danson, Macaulay Way (PG-13) Woody (PG-13) Kevin Robards, Lake Rick Moranis Culkin Rick Moranis Culkin Harrelson, Kiefer Costner, Dennis Quaid Edwards 9pm: The Flintstones 9pm: Naked Gun 33 Sutherland 9:15pm: City Slickers (PG) John Goodman, 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie 2 (PG-13) Billy Rick Moranis Nielsen, Priscilla Crystal, Daniel Stern Presley, $1.50, $1 Fort Clayton 7pm: The Cowboy 2pnm: The Princess 2pm: The Princess 7pm: The Cowboy 7pm: Maverick (PG) 7pm: The Flinstones 7pm: The Flinistones 287-3279 way (PG-13) Woody and the Goblin (G) and the Goblin (G) Way (PG-13) Woody Mel Gibson, Jodie (PG) John Goodman, (PG) John Goodman, Harrelson. Kiefer Aniinated Aniinated Harrelson, Kiefer Foster Rick Moranis Rick Moranis Sutherland 7pmi: Maverick (PG) 7pm: The Princess Sutherland 9:30pm: The Cowboy 9:30pm: Getting Even 9pm: Naked Gun 33 9pm: Maverick (PG) Mel Gibsot, Jodie and the Goblin (G) 9pm: Maverick (PG) Way (PG-13) Woody with Dad (PG) Ted 1/3 (PG13) Leslie Mel Gihsot, Jodie lster Atimated .Mel Gibson, Jodie Harrelson, Kiefer Danson, Macaulay Nielsen, Priscilla Foster 9:3pmi: The Cowboy 9:30pm: Maverick Foster Sutherland Culkin Presley .1.50. $1 Wny (iGIi) Woody (PG) Mel Gibson, Harrelson, Kieer Jodie Foster Suntherland Fort Davis mim: indles Summer 7pm: Endless Sammer 7pm: Renaissance 7pm: Renaissance 7pm: The Crow (R) 7pm: The Cowboy 7pm: Maverick (PG) 89-517 11 (PC) Dennis Weaver, It (PG) Denius Man (PG 13) Danny Man (PG-13) Dainty Brandon Lee, Ernie Way (PG-13) woody Mel Gibson, Jodie Patrick O'Connell Weaver, Patrick Devito, Gregory Hines Devito, Gregory Hines Hudson Harrelson, Kiefer Foster 10m: Beverly Hills O'Connell Sutherland Cop ill (R) Eddie 9pin: Renaissance Man Murphy (PG-!3) Danny Devito. Gregorv Hines Fort Sherman 7:30pm: Renaissance 7:30pm: The Crow (R) 7:30pm: Serial Mom No show No show No show 7:30pm: The Cowboy 289-5173 Man PG-13) Danny Brandon Lee, Ernie (R) Kathleen Turner, Way (PG-13) Woody Devito, Gregory Hines Hudson Sam Waterson Harcelsoti, Kiefer Sutherland Fort Amador 7pm: Naked Gun 33 7pm: Wyatt Earp (PG7pm: City Slickers h No show No show 7pm: Little Big League 7pm: Serial Mom (R) 284-3583 1/3 (PG-13) Leslie 13) Kevin Coster, (PG-13) Billy Crystal, (PG) Jason Robards, Kathleen Turner, Sam Nielsen, Priscilla Dennis Quaid Daniel Stem Luke Edwards Waterson Presley, $1.50, $1 Comin soonNow showing Aug. 26 The Flintstones "THE FUNNIEST MOVIE John Goodman, Rick Moranis Steven "Spielrock" brings the modem Stone Age family to the silver screen. O T Y E R Howard AFB Elizabeth Perkins is Wilma and Rosie -Rod Lurie, LOS ANGELES MAGAZNE 7pm Little Big League O'Donnell is Betty. Liz Taylor is Fred's sc (PG) Jason Robards, mother in law. PG 1 hr, 31 min. Luke Edwards Getting Even With Dad 'The Godfafher." 9pm Wyatt Earp (PG-13) Patty Spitler, WISHTV INDIANAPOLS Kevin Coster,Dennis Ted Danson, Macaulay Culkin Timmy, an attention-starved 11 -yearI Quaid old boy blackmails his ex-con dad into 'f going straight. PG (mild language), 1 hr Fort Clayton 4 m. he original -Daphne Davis, MOVIES & VIDEO 7pm Getting Even with Naked Gun 33 1/3 Dad (PG) Ted Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley Danson, Macaulay Nielsen is now retired police lieutenCulkin ant Frank Drebin who is drawn back into undercover duty. PG-13 (off color hu9pm The Flintstones (PG) mor), 1 hr 23 min John Goodman, Rick Moranis Maverick Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster A con man/gambler becomes entan Fort Davis gled with a high-spirited young woman and a law man planning to challenge him 7pm The Princess and the at a high-stakes poker game. PG (mild Now showing at Howard and Amador theaters. Goblin (G) Animated sensuality, western action), 2 hr, 9 min. 9pm The Cowboy (PG-13) avenge his and his fiancee's murders. It Little Big League Wood Harrelson The Cowboy Way is the last performance by the late BranJason Robards, Luke Edwards don Lee. R (strong violence, language, A 12-year-old boy inherits the MmKiefer Sutherland Woody Harrelson, drug use, some sexuality), I hr, 40 min' nesta Twins and installs himself as Kiefer Sutherland .nstaTisad salsh sefs e Sth era e manager. He proceeds to reteach the Two rodeo stars who never have been Wyatt Earp joys of baseball to its players. PG east of Tulsa trek to New York to invesY t r oso aealt t lyr.P Fort Sherman tigate the disappearance of a friend. PGKevin Coster, Dennis Quaid (some mild language and sensuality) I 7:30pm Maverick (PG) Mel 13(violence, some language, comic senThe legend of the old west who came hr, 59 mm. Gibson Jode i e (P oste r 1ulity) 1 hr, 47 m .to sym boloze what it all stood for. PG13 Gibson, Jodie Foster suali) I hr, 47 min. (strong gunfights, some language and City Sickers 11 Endless Summer i sensuality), 3 hrs, 1 mi. Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern Our urban cowboys are ready for Fort Amador Robert Weaver, Patrick O'Connell Renaissance Man another adventure. Although Mitch is Two surfersjourney around the world, Danny De Vito, Gregory Hines enjoying the serenity of his suburban 7pm The Crow (R) catching the biggest and best waves. PG An out-of-work advertising execuNew York life with his family and Brandon Lee, Ernie (brief nudity, some mild language) tive ends up teaching Army recruits. Norman the Cow, the discovery of a Hudson When his style doesn't blend with the treasure map sets things back in action. The Crow military's principles, Devito butts heads The crew will hit the trail again in Brandon Lee, Ernie Hudson with the Army's brass. PG-13 (some search of hidden gold. PG-13 (comic A inusician rises from the grave to language) 2 (rs, 8 min. sceneand off colorhumor) I hr,48min.

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S~i7~chetdeTropic Times U 9n TV Schedule 91994 "9 Channels 8 & 10 Mature Theme ** Series Begins **Series Ends + Program time change because of live event **Program moved to new day and time Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 5____ 30__ NBC_ New at-__ -1 5-_ ---_------5:30 NBC News at Surise 6:30 Headline News 6:00 CCMTV 5:30 NBC News at Sunrise 5:30 NBC News at Sunrise 5:30 NBC News at Sunrise 5:30 NBC News at Sunrise 6:00 Good Morning America 7:00 Navy/Marine Corps 6:30 Outreach of Love 6:00 Good Morning America 6:00 Good Morning America 6:00 Good Morning America 6:00 Good Morning America w/Panarma Now (7:25) News 7:00 Parliament of Sofls w/Panamu Now (7:25) w/ Panama Now (7:25) w/Panama Now (7:25) w/Panama Now (7:25) 0:00 Basic Training Workout 7:30 Real News For Kids 7:31 Lifestyle Magazine 8:00 Basic Training Workout 6:00 Bodyshaping 8:00 Basic Training Workout 8:00 Bodyshaping 0:30 Sesame Street 8:10 Guts 8:Is1 CBS Sunday Morning 8:310 Sesame Street 0:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Portrait Of America 8:30 Just for Kids! 9:30 This Week w/Brinkley 9:30 Portrait of America 9:30 Portrait of America 9:30 Portrait of America 9:30 Portrait of America 0:G25 Guiding Lig:t 2dils ti Lig Guiding Light 10:25 Guiding Light 11:10 Geteral Hospital Teetage Mutant Nnja 11(0( Washington Week in 11:10 General Hospital t:rt General Hospital 11:10 General H1sprtal I :0 General Hospital 12:00 deadline News Break Turtsles Review 12:0 Headline News 12:00 Headline News Break 12:00 Headline Ncws Break 12:00 Headline News Break 12:25 Panama Now Wild West C.0.W. I 130 NASCAR: The 12:25 Pana Now 1225 Panawa Now 12:25 Panama Now 12:25 Panama Now 12:31) Sporsceiter Bays rtf Moo Ms CGtcdwretcht 4103 12:31 Srts Machine ,2:30 Sportscenter 12:310 Sportscener 1230 Sporscenter 1:0I Antrother Worl th Croon 0 l~ce ic N, 1:00 Auoter Word 1:00 Anotter World 1:00 Anther World 1:00 Another World 2:11 Oprah Win/rey Cartrrn Classi 1:011 Anertc.a Black Flraum+ 2:00 Oprah Wilfly 2:(Y Sally Jesse Raphael 2:00 0Gra Winfey 1 2W Donahue 3:1 Price is R ight lacrie tale 7Theatr 7:11 Ott Stsge+ 3:01 'rice is Right 3:0( Price is Right 3:11 Price is Right 3:00 Price is Right 4:16 Think Faso 11:00 1The Nessw Exploes 4:00 'Hr 4:10 Grts 4:031 Glstriter 4:11 Shiting Timne Station 4:10 Club Co Iect 4:31 lose Lucy 12:0 tlcelline Nes 5:00 Ett crnttssWeek 4:311 Irve Ly 4:31 ILve I.ocy 4:30 LOse Lacy 431 Lava Lucy 5:6 Fatmily Feud 12:3() MOstie : ''ThIe ist atl 600 Gra c IUlndc ttrc+ 5: mttily Fetd -51111 Fam0ily e: Family Fed :00 Fanily Feud 5 :3' The Cusby Sho Adrian Messener'' sMUrphy risw + 5:30 ftc Cas how 5 30 he Crshy Show 5:30 The C by Show 5:30 1The Crshy Srsw 6:(0) SCN Evering Report 2:00 ''Lecnd" 7:20 NFL rre-srrn 6101 SCN Evening Report 6:00 SCN Eveang Report t,:011 SCN Eveing Rprrt 6103 SC N vering leprt o.3 0I Irnc Ncs Break 4101 Ns otbar[l: 12nrc 5 6:15 deadline NsBreak 6 f,:15 HelincNewsIII B-k 6 15 deadline New Break 6:15 1eadlre Nrws Break :37 WSrll Nr Trni t s:0l S3ul TrI" Dalla 6:0 1 World News Tonight s:30 World N -1ws loight 6:30 W rlrl Ncw" T6gt :30 W r Id News T'rrr h 71/1 N'Ll 5:X0-1 Y NIL Pi Irsvonsr 7:lX) NFL Pre9 LA w 7:00 NFL F Ibhll: Chicaga 7:it Wheel fl Ferue 7:11 Wel 4 rt7 F'sbll:Grrlenyss'. 7:/) NL tr-sean 1:10 AsBC 21/2 vs. Kasas Cty 7:5 Pan~a Now :2 5 trnerr N-w Fotball: lalIs s. New New Or b l s : 'F/X" 10:00 SCN Late Ei : nertainmenr7rrght 77:31 Ete rtai ust It Irtecns 111 SCN Ltel Editin rt 1 'ssr /:00 Sporrts rlenight 1):05 Chrect' Beatrty andTheBesr 01 Frcsh Prcerrl Be -Air 1:11 SC'N ot dlitio li/:l3 aers aw 130 G1r'lrmet 10:31 WavSCLercr 9:I1 N rer ;-'rn Exyasre 0130 Bcvcrly lrills 91'10 I():l5 Ch ,nrs : 1'):3 David Leterman 10:30 Saurd~ay Nighlt L-v :0) Heaffli News I 1:3 Tnigh hs 00 C .t dto :0ClueCls *1:0DvdIe ra T Tig 11w 12:00 WWF ssperItars 1:3Z Whe 111 r lne 12:30 M*A*e'rS.10:05 Cheers :r:i SCN 17a1 e di 1r1:30 Tonig7 h hlw l':3s tRtsks's MornWork0 WrestlJepady 1:00 Mc l ses "Cotrct for T1330ilrman III Chderscr2:3l M*A* s Mes Ii :41 Frid'y N s 4rer Prt 1130 ToMgh S1w 10:37 Da1 d L r 100 Mov: ''lne Wolf Scene .a ,,l ie, ,0O 0 11:30 M*A*s*IH l1:3 Tomigh, Show Mqae :" ec y 1:4 M >:, e "The China 5:30 Hedsline New's 245 kisrky Park 100 Mvies: "Seven Days ir 12:31 M*A*S*H 2:50 ''Nr Mae's Land" 2:35 "Police Academty V' syrrloute" 5:0) 1headline Nests Break oMi'ad 4:05 "The List of Adrian 3:50 "Adam at Six .,, May" 1:01 Movies: 'Amityville 5:00 H-easdline News Brek Messenger' 5:30 Hesadline News 3:05 "Rachel, Rachel" Horror 6:00 Headline News 5:00 Headline News Break 3:00 "Hannah and aler Sisters'' 5:00 Headline News Break Cha -* Mature Theme Series Begins ***Series Ends + Program time change because of live event ****Program moved to new day and time Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 5:30 Simulcast w/8 & 10 6:30 Sinulcastsw/8 & 10 6:11 Shining Tine Statim 770 Osmles w/&l0 5:00 Stmulcast w/8 & l 7:00 Simnleasr w/8 & 10 5:00 Simlct w/ Ch. 8 & 10 800 Oprah Winfrey 8:30 Ysung Adult Thrcater 6:30 Thre ushline Factory 8:00 Oprah Winfrey 80 Donahue 1:11 Oprah Winfecy 0:00 Sally Jesse Raphael 9:103 Today The Roots of Gsofy 7:00 Gofs Trsr 9:00 Today 9:00 Today 9:00 Today 9:00 Today 11:00 Star Trek Little Miss Perfect 7:25 Garlield and Friends 1:100 Star Trek 11:00 StarTrek I 1:00 Strirek 11:00 StarTrek 12:00 Headline News Break Miglty Moose and the 7:55 Darkwing Duck 12:00 Headline News Break 12:00 Headline News Break 12:00 Headlire News Break 12:00 Headline News Break 12:25 Panama Now Quarteorack Kid 8:20 Batman 12:25 Panama Now 12:25 Panama Now 12:25 Panama Now 12:25 Panuuma Njw 12:30 All My Children 11:30 Real News for Kids 8:40 Where On Earth Is 12:30 All My Children 12:30 All My Children 12:30 All My Ch:ildren 12:30 All My Children 1:30 One Life to Live 12:00 Silver Spoons Caren Sandiego? t:31 One Life to Live 1:30 One Life 1o Live 1:30 One Life to Live 1:30 One Life to Live 2:30 Young and the Osstless 12:30 Movie:"The Apple 9:05 Teenage Mutant Ninja 2:30 Young and the Restless 2:30 Young and the Restless 2:30 Young and the Restless 2:30 Young and the Restless 3:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Dumpling Gang" Tuntles 3:30 Bauman 3:30 Where On Earsh Is 3:30 Goof Troop 3:30 Gareld and Friends Turtles 2:20 "Tie Apple Dumpling 9:30 Movie: "The New 4:00 Fraggle Rock Carmen Sandiego? 4:00 Fraggle Rock 4:10 Fraggle Rock 4:00 Fraggle Rock Gang Rides Again" Adventures of Pippi 4:30 Are You Afraid of The 4:00 Fraggle Rock 4:30 Guts 4:30 Nick Arcade 4:30 Ghost Writer 4:00 21 Jump Street Longsroeking" Dark' 4:30 Think Fast 5:00 Beakman's World 5:00 The Wonder Years 5:00 Silver Spoons 5:00 American Gladiators 11:30 This Old House 5:01 Club Connect nun 5:00 Mickey and Donald 5:30 Showbie Today 5:30 Showhiz Today 5:30 Shuwbiz Today 6:00 The Honeymoones 12:0 Amish Croking From 5:3 Showbi Today 5:30 Showbiz Today 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:30 Tre Simpsons Quilt Couniry *** 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:00 SCN Evening Report 6:15 Headline News Break 615 Headline News Break 6:15 Headline News Break 7:00 Lois & Clark: Tire 12:30 Wall Street JournalReport 6:15 Headline News Break 6:15 Headline News Break 6:30 NBC Nightly News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 6:30 NBC Nightly News Adventures of Superman 1:00 Movie: "Mysterious 630 NBC Nightly News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Sr Trek: The Nest 7:00 Star Trek: The Nest 7:0Sar rek Th00 Sta r T0 St Trek: "Deep Space Island" 7:00 Star Trek The Nest 7:00 Star Trek: The Nest Generation Generation Generation Nine" 2:55 "Seven Days in May" Geoeration Generation 7:55 Panama Now 7:55 Panama Now Panama 5w PaIm owa :0 L 7:55 Pan1ma Now 9:00 Herman's Head 5:00 Quntusmi Leap 7:55 Panama Now 8:00 ALP 800 Full House 8:00 Frasier 9:30 Married Winh Children 6:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 0:00 MacGyver 8:00 Home Improvement 0:30 Family Matters 0:30 Living Single 8:30 Street Match 10:00 Movie: "Alien Nation" 6:30 Wonderful World of 9:00 Movic: "Garllas in The 8:30 Martin 9:00 Wise Guy 9:00 Turning Point noun 9:00 Primetine Live 11:30 Washington Week in Disney M "9:00 Movie: "White Fang" 10:10 Tour Of Duty **** 1000 L.A. Law 10:00 Renegade Review 7:30 Golden Girls I 100 Headlinc News Break B1:03 Headline News Break 11:01) Headline News Break 1:00 Headline News Break 11:00 Headline News Break 12:00 Headline Nevs 0:00 Movie: "Judgement Day: 11:25 SCN Late Edition .1:25 SCN Late Edition I1:25 SCN Late Ediin I :5 SCN Late Pdilion 11:25 SCN Late Edition 12:30 Science and Technology The John List Story" 11 30 Nightline 1:30 Nightrline 11:30 Nightline .1:30 Nightline 11:30 Nighiline Week 10:00 Buck James 12:00 Cheers 2: 00 Cheers 12:031 Cheers 200 Cheers 12:00 M*A*S*H 1:00 The McLaughlin Group 11:00 Eye To Eye w/C. Chung 12:30 M*AuSuH noon 1230 M*A*S*H 12:30 M*A*S*H 12:30 M*A*S*H 12:30 Larry King Live 1:30 Sports Latenight 12:00 Headline News 1:00 Headline News 1:00 Headline News :H1:00 Headline N:0 Hedline News 1:30 Sports Larenight 2:00 OEnteainment This week 12:30 Meet The Press 1:30 Sports Laicnight I:30 Sports Lutenight 1:30 Sports Latenighi 1:30 Spsos Latenight 2:00 Arsenio Hall 3:00 Hteadline News 1:30 Sports Machine 2:00 David Lerurn 2:00 David Letterman 2:01 David Letteroman ':01 Daid Letlerman 3:00 Headline New 3:310 Saturday Night Live 2:00 Sports Latenight 3:00 line Ncws 3:00 Headline News 3:00 Headline News 3:10 Headline News 3:30 Tonight Show 1 5:00 Videolinks 2:30 Frugal Gourmet 3:30 Wheelof Fortune 3:30 Wheel of Fortune 3:30 Wheel of Forotne 3:30 Wheel of Fortiune 4:30 David Letterman 5:30 Headline News Break 3:00 Headline News 1 4100 Jeopardy 4 00 Jeopardly 4:00 Jeopardy 4:0 Jeopardy 5:30 Simulcast w/8&10 3:30 Wheel of Fortune 4:30 Hcadline New 4:30 teadlite News 4:30 Headline News 4:30 Headline News 4:00 Jeopardy 5103 Simulcast w/&l0 5:00 Simrleast w/8&10 5:00 Simulcast w/8&0 5:00 Simruleast w/8&l0 4:30 Operal Winfrey 5:30 Simulcast w/ 8&10 Sports and specials Channels 8 & 10 Cable Channel 14 Sports Series starts Football "Wiseguy," 9 p.m. Wednesday. (Replaces Murder, She Wrote) NFL Pre-season Football The adventures of an undercover federal agent who has infiltrated the mob. Stars Ken Wahl and Ray Starkey. Greenbay vs. New Orleans, 7 p.m. today Primetime movies "Alien Nation," 10 p.m. Saturday. Buffalo vs. Houston, 7 p.m. Saturday It's the near future, and a race of odd-looking aliens is slowly and grudgingly being integrated into society. A world weary Los Angeles Denver vs. Dallas, 7 P.M. Sunday cop agrees to take on one of the "newcomers" as a partner, even though. it was an alien who killed his former sidekick. Together, this intergalactic Chicago vs. Kansas City, 7 p.m. Monday odd couple find themselves caught up in a web of violence and drugs perpetrated by an alien Godfather more diabolical than Jaba the Hut. Stars James Caan Dallas vs. New Orleans 7 p.m. Thursday and Mandy Patinkin. "Judgement Day: The John List Story," 8 p.m. Sunday. NASCAR John List was a devout Christian, a devoted son, a loving husband and father. But The Goodwrench 400, 11:30 p.m. Sunday behind the religion and rigid order hid a disturbed and dangerous man. An abusive childhood and a fanatically religious mother had created a tormented psychopath totSeries starts tering on the edge of sanity. Stars Robert Blake and Beverly D' Angelo. "Culture Clash," 9:30 p.m. Wednesday "Gorillas in the Mist," 9 p.m. Monday. It's cutting edge comedy sketches in the tradition of "in Living Color" and "Saturday Diane Fossey was an inexperienced photographer who, while on assignment for "NaNight Live," meet Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas and Herbert Siguenza, together tional Geographic," developed an obsession with saving the almost-extinct mountain they're "Culture Clash." gorillas of Central Africa. Stars Sigourney Weaver and Bryan Brown

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VHS camcorder, $375, cost Golden lab, 7 mos old, female, grt $1,000/obo. 286-6533. exc cond, not dty pd, $8,000.260Instructor for all phases of flight $1,300 new. 223-7111 cxl. 124. w/kcids, housebroken, smar, w/ -Jeep CJ-7. 252-5723. 6369. instruction, incl airplane, helicop---XLkennel,more,$325.287-3420. 1990DodgeCaravan,59,000mi, 1979 Mercedes Benz, 240-D, 1993PlymouthSundance,5-spd, ter& ground school. 264-2001. 2-12 kicker wolfers in a box lyr $8,500. 286-3245. old, $275. 287-6638. 8 mo old female Brindle Boxer, --160k mi, gd mechanical cond, 10,000mi, ac, am/fm/cass, exc Babysitter, M-S, gd w/kids, also $250. 284-5833. 1989 Ford Bronco, ac, ps, ph, am/fm, ac, $3,800. 282-3430. cond, $9,000. 284-6610 Pam. does housekeeping. 286-4097. Amstrad wp-monitor, keyboard, new tires, not dty pd, $10,000. AcrL, d-printer; Casio CZ5OOO edec keyCocker-poodle, tail done, male 269e9297 tires, tc. 1979 Camaroerlinetta, sunroof, 1989 Honda Accord LX, 5-spd, Bilingual maid, honest, reliable' brd; Ba Cr5pe 287-4726. $60, female $50, aquarium w/acc exc cond, $1,500. 235-9906. ac, pw, am/fm/cass, gd cond, grt w/kids. 282-3694 Lourdes. $50. 230-0523. 1987 Suzuki Samurai, 4x4, spoil$9,500/obo. 260-4697. 486 sx-25mhz, 8kb memory, 8mb er kit, 5 Eagle rims, am/fm/cass, 1991 Camaro, V8, t-tops, st, ac, Span spk maid to work for 8 hrs, Ram 170 rb hd disk 24 pin 2 yr old fcmatle Rotweiler, $300. exc cond, $4,250. 287-3697. $10,500. 252-2065. 1991 VW Passat, 60,000 mi, mt cleaning, ironing & taking care of .lorprinter, $1,500. 268-1141. 286-4189. -green, grey int, has dent in right kids. 226-3724. 1991 Ford RangerXLTSupercab, 1986 Montero, 4 x4, turbo, diesel, front fender, $13,000. 282-3776. Apple IC computer, 2 disk drive, Red Dobeoman pups. 8 wks old. 12,000 mi, $11,500. 284-6683. ac, am/fm, cxc rand. $11,000. -Span spk maid will do general monitor, printer, joystick, softAKC/CCP, exc pink pedigree, 263-4921. 1991 Chevy Cavalier, 2-dr, at, ac, housework. 231-8121 Nemia. ware/books, $200/aba. 283-5020. $450. 229-0338 or 224-4236. 1991 Cutlass Supreme SL, loadam/fm/cass, ph, ps, $6,800. 284ed, sunroof, $10,500/obo. 2861984 Toyota Corona, xc cornd. 4627. Maid, mature, speaks some Eng, Kenwood TH-215A, hand-held 7 yr old, black, male cockapoo, 6136. 262-9661. exp. 264-9399. --transciever, ham & marinebands, outside dog, harks a lot, free. 287---------1987 Chevy Cavalier, 2-dr, at, ac, 3294. 1978 Mercury Monarch,exccond, 1966 VW Beetle (German), exc ami/fm, tilt, cruise, runs well, not E-Mail daily service (Internet, $200. 226-1158. at, ac, pw, ps, am/fm/cass, dty pd, for Panama, can be shipped to dy pd, $3,000/obo. 289-5140. Compuserve, Prodigy, America Whi computer ible, new. 285FreepurebredBaxerfemale, 1 yr best offer. 232-6056. s-atesreanice,$2,500.233-3698. -Online), The Trash Can BBS, 5935 old, all shots. 285-5866. --------1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, 1,200-19,200 baud. 287-5272 --1989 Chevy Cavalier Z-24, ac. 1976 Trimph TR-7, V6, hard 42,000 mi, am/fm/cass, CD play24 hrs. 286 at conp, 40mb hd 3.5, 5.25 German Shepherd pups, exc pedam/fm/cass, sunroof, pwr everytop, Hi-Fi radio, new battery, gd er, tint, $12,800. 289-3759. disk drvs, 2mb Ram, exp. 4mb igrec, CCP reg. 228-2643. thing, cruise, $6,700. 287-3423. cornd, $1,500. 287-4392. Engspkmaid,M,W,F,workdays, CGA monitor, $700. 264-3070. 1987 Nissan Sentra XE, 4-dr, 5reliable, honest & dependable, Male Cocker Spaniel needs girl1978 Volvo 245 DL station wag1990 Ford Tempo, 4 spd, am/fm/cass, boat hitch, Live-out. 224-8546. Radio shack pro-2020 mobilefriend to have pups, call after on, at, new tires, runs & looks gt, ps, pl, pw, am/fm/cass, exc cond, $3,800. 287-4120. base scanner, $225. 264-3070 pm. 226-8626. ____ not dty pd, $3,300. 284-4239. $6,500. 226-8626. -Tutoring avail for elementary weekdaysiat night. Male peekapoo pup, 4 mos old, 1988 Ford Escort, low mi, ac, am/ 1992 Mitsubishi Montero Diesel 1 yr old trans, at, dependable, grades, flexible 4mrs. 289-4350 dewormed, tail cut, $80. 282fi, ps, ph, mutt rand, $4,800/ Turbo Intercooler, loaded, dty $1,500/aba. 284-6835. Bilingual maid, 3 days wk, gd w/ drvs ,4o i 9ain 130 Matri, 3387. o_______ abo. 284-3180 after 5 pm. fre._226-7452. ---kids, reliable, hard worker, gd sofmwtr $1,20(9 230-0515 1976 Ford Bronco. 302 V9, 3ironing, refs. 267-7712 Julia. -----2 yr old, male Doberman, grt w/ 1989F-150XLTLariaiaccruise, 1981 Nissan Laurel,diescl$2,500, spd, new clutch, exc shape, not --sotare, g120 s 205p5. kids, all shots, ears & tail done, bedliner, toolbox, loadad, new 1985 Nissan Laurel, gas $ 1,000/ sy pd, $5,000. 284-5429. feet cosad. 269-6829 guard dog, $200. 287-6738. tires, $9,500. 282-4295. neg. 220-3069 or 220-6564 .pda 5,000 2429 f ra 29 9 1987 Honda Accord LXi, 5 spd, JVC camcorder, case $650 Roda, blk female,8 wksod, first 1988 Pontiac Grand Atm, ac, ps 1987 Chevy Spectrum, 4-dr 5blk, ac, CD, tint, pw, ph, crise 23fAnaCapriboasv/1994175hp Minolta X-7A amsera wtripod, shots, dewormed, tail done, $70. exc cond, 5-spd, $4,000. 260spd, ac, ps, pb, runs exc, $2,500. mini cond, $4,500. 283-6590. E nrude a/b galvanized. trailer, lens, flash, bag .$225. 284-6784. 251-8579. 4111 284-3924. ------------------b -~-----1992 Aerostar, loaded w/Caipan rus grt, $11,750. 252-2243. MacIntosh Classic. exterval dry, Dalmatian, 6 mos old, has shots, 1980 Ford Bronco, 4x4, 302 cid, 1984 Buick Regal, V6, at, ps, ph. warraatymuntilJan'96, Valvo s-r 19847f Bnswer Rega, w/699 Yamth fmawrte p, s,,,ware unil800.Vlv sa house broken, beautiful spots, nO 4-spd, ps, ph, dity pd, $4,500/obo. pl, pw, new front tires, radiator, tion wagon, best offers. 260-5220, l86 4488 cfter 6 papers, $200. 283-3528. 252-5320. battery, $3,200/abo. 261-9299. -.--.-90hp. galv trail, like new, many 286-4488 after 6pttt. 1986 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4x4 extra,, $13,500/obo. 252-2981. 486/33 DX computer, mb Ram Free, I tabby & I blk & whi 1994 Pontiac Sunbird, ac, pw, at, 1989 Mitsubishi Galant GS, at, Tahoe package, runs grt, not dty 35' Gristol auxiliary sloop many extras,33 nbhd. programs, kitten, boru June 25. 282-4385. $11,500. 260-4111. ac, pw, sunroof, am/fmt/cass. exc pd, $6,000. 287-6685. cond, $8,500. 284-5821. $30,000, 8' P/g dingy w/nailer $1,600/obo. 223-3787. 1 yr old female, black cat, fixed, 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cierra, $79t w, 7 1/ o/b motor. -486DX2-0hz 8mb Rs CD free. 287-307 L _-_ -r c s b mfiVvr 1986 Mazda R X-7, new paiintjob, A8DX5 hz Soabn D CockerSpaniel female,6 tosmld, cleat4 83,800. 283-538 1. 4 new tires, ac, 5-spd, arn/fm/ A 20'deep-v for fishing35mttph,new Ron sound card, VLB video, --cass, $5,000/oba. 285-6546. engine & outdrive, outriggers, InbVRAM,softare. 287-4275. gold color, shots & papers, house 1988 Jeep Cottanche, ami/fm/ Honest, Eng spk housekeeper, 3 radio, saftey equip. 287-3390. Tech SH V22 d broken, noshed, $250. 223-9865. cass, new ires, ac, ph. ps, best 1992 Isuzu Rodeo, whti, 5-spd, days a wk. 262-3683. 2 go cnics SLP)surroun pro Stud service, pwre bred mac bbxo ff .26b6418. an/fs/cass, 4 cyl, c, new tires, 20' Cuddy Cabin Meriser gr cessor& SL -P300 CD player 80 -exc cond, $12,000. 284-4231. Honest & reliable, bilingual maid, deal ready to fish, act now or will ea., CB radio $30. 263-8077. er. 287-525 1 ask for Rick. Small block Chevy 3107 block w/ gr w/kids & exe housekeeper, be shipped. 187-3390 Wooden printer stand, new in box, ou-ile po,,,7wk ol, frst heads,,rank pistons, camn& lift-rs 19911 Hyundai Excel, 5-spd, 4-dr, live-out. 266-62.30 lvette. Riuweiler ptmps, 7wks mld. frst 'c a p/f-/cass, alar, -dy fs, Trailer for boat or cayIc0, campfor large printers $25. 264-2001. shots& dewormed,3 maes,$511. $125. 283-3485. -$5,000/obo. 260-7009. Hardsrking, 1 1nest, Span spk, er for Ford Rangr p/i, soft top 284-3993 .1983 Toya Cia 5pd acid/bbysirrefs3 ysak. fr CJ-7 Jeep. 252-2675. SegumGenesis&SegaCD Systs Y l L f9a1m fmo Ce id, d pd, 1985 Mercury Marquis, ac, ps, 260-6533. w/bunon controller & Sonic CD Yellow Lab fem le, 1p hos, am/fum/cass. dmy pd $3,51). 18' Eagle fish/ski, Jontson /b game. $350. 151-2319. Free to gd home, well traitied, grt $3,800/ob2 523-0327 -6 6457. Spar spk taid, I day a wk. hoi( h'p new elec iriller & bimind security, extras. 286-3571. 1989 Ford Mustantg, 2-dr sedat, est, cxc susekeepser, recfs. 286mip, galsVWized ruiler_9 5-1826. $2511. 228-1189 loaded. new tires & battery. 4 cyl, 1984 Quntumm VW Sedt, at, F, 5 3381. Automobiles clean, $5.500 284-438. 'ngspk, livey 4r p, paid.p2 .p er r 386DX/40 cutmp, 1lrm hd. 3.5, 1989Homda ccod Li, -sp, rmnts gri, 83.501/aiba. _287-3335. Egsk -ict _uad [.,,ItO8 Isis fimder $S SProp. cutirrui reg5.25.,mst Ram, tunmr. nariter 1989 Honda Accord LXi, 5-spd, s Honest, reliable v/exp, soe Eng istration, $4,500. 228-4514. 284-6683. 1988 Ford Escort, 2 dr, $1,600. 55.000mmi, loaded, new tires, tint. 1989 Ford Tempo, exc cond, w/ by, 266579 N $8. CX4as,834 287-3996 ask for Jay Romtke. 284-3481. utnenancerecords, I miwnerat, babysitter. 266-5797 Natt,. Cayca, final muSi, w/trailCr4 21" color TV, $100. IBM PC pl, $6,000. 284-6381 -Honest, reliable, Eng spk housemai capability set up for4 man cort paiable,4mhd5.25fdmon1986 Buick Century Limited, ps, 1993 Aerostar, 7 pass, 6 cyl, ps, keeper w/refs. 284-5284. tow, $950. 287-4540. itr, sftsnare, $4f0. 284-3184. ph,ac.4-dr,gdcond,$4,500/obo. ph, cruise, am/fm/cass, ac, tint, 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass, c, ps, 285-5560. best offer. 284-4897 for Mark. ph, quad 4 eng, custom wheels, Span spk, live-in maid, hottest, 21 Romscy crouser sleeps 2, 4cyl 486 DX2 66MHZ, 8MB Ram, gd cond, $7,200. 287-5032._gt w/kids. 287-4199. diesel perkins galvanzed trailer, 425mb hd, sb pro, monitor and 1987 Dodge Van, oc, ps, ph, am/ 1985 Ford Bronco, 4wd, st, 2-dr, --ready to fish, $8,500. 252-5100. more, $3,000. 283-65 fm/cass, custom interior, $8.000/ run exc, new tires, new paintjb, 1991 Toyota Corolla, 1,600cc Day maid, honest, general houseabo. 285-4026. tint. 284-5693. eng, st, ac, radio, best offer. 252keeping, responsible._266-9136. VHS/UHF/FM amp, Ken wsod ----2391. --------Electronics GE-74 graph,-equaizer,, Zenith 1987 Ford Mercury turbo, pwr 1988 Nissan Patne,4x4,exc 29 Bilingual day maid, gd worker, ---_monitor, $50a. 230-0338. e verynhing~sunroof~whi,$4,900. co$,d or. V6, original owner, 1977 Chrysler New Yorker, gd honest & responsible. 233-3025. Orion 2150x amps, Alpine amp 287-4383. 63,000 mi, $8,200. 284-3524. rood,_81,100. 286-4171. 12" kickers, a/d/s seperates mb Atari 1040 ST PC, exc cond, its Day maid M-F, gene ra quasepert, more. 283-5380. f.ftwanc,$3(X/ob.284-4625. 1977 Chrysler Neo, gd cnd, 1977 Buick Regal, dity pd, exc 1975 Buick LeSabre, needs trans housekepinggdw/kids,bilingual. $1,100. 286-4171. cond, $2,000. 269-6738. work, looks gd, $650/obo. 286233-4721. Gameboy 7 games w/lots of exHF (rap dipole antenna, 87, 10 to

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Ai (N j% -Au :. P). 1994B 1 .n meer hand, nieni nesid, "123. iompl till sbe linen set / 'nia. kno i wok 2 s/t / e I'1 &n Ilnrn, Iif. RI bu5-Slees SlicOi. 269 3538,. Qin, 6(04 A 7 ard7 289 -4759. pill-w slh.-,. 262-4232. appnx x 1 $5. 2', $.n9 2 w framri .L V-6. 21, 10 :Alan 20" 11irs hike. giid cg n ditun Packard Bell 36 x /mnior C ,ck ), cliiks aitheniic, hind I.R furn, F asher lor part, 'iil w/ -65. 233 391. Qtrs 770 C Barnebey Balhoa 7siiindhlasier, spkers, gaine card, cI .ed., lo the (Gm:n Black iuil '33-1676. Metal AQ taId, irr ,lresser, ,, 9:30am. & mndem, $900/oho. 287-477.Forest. 287-5897 ner. macl mire. 267459). 4 iren P1 85/6IR13, new 1a4en, oenial carpel 5X8 $45. 282Color niir Don Marix piiter DR In xrios long duark glann tNiglt Siciw pnucelain cille3793. & piiralleC1plyer,$50ei.260hle /-eal base 45x7lin, like 1pe trimmed in 23k gold, 2 1,)4. Inen I485_C86.3732. Vin Rk, t,,dslu, IA i 236-0984. 2Rare import cd & video collec2104.w, $48-5. 286-3732_, Vious R&B cds, $o -. 287$35. 236-0984 --tion, over 50 CDs like new, call Someone to swap Panamaian reePioneer stereo system ep, recv, Greek key rug-new, 5'3x8'3, 4546. Surfboard, Channel Island T-1", for titles. 287-3230. ipes,toinclude mangodishesand tape deck & tunerw/reote, $175. beige/cream $100, women's 16"TeanMu rray bieyele,altont Channel Island 6-6", Channel Isplante dishes. 287-3266. 260-3270 sloes 7 1/2-9, $7-$10. 287-4788. nen, $65. 236-1984. land 6-10. 243-5777. Sport cardn, all kindn, bent selecton in Panama. 287-3230 Ken. People to play Violence & Grace, 386sx, 120n hd 4m Rain, printer, Carpets, curtains, micro, baby GE Ig cap wanher/dryer $6111, Conference tI, 3-display cabiLacrosse players welcome. Attasoftware $1181, Amiga 51, monchanging table & doable bubble Tandy iionitor/keyboar/Pintec net, step tmachitte, mahogany eachtainn 284bedromtropdorpoolSnndaynoon.250-1883. itor, software, $500. 286-4679. ntoller 286-4334. $751, nertictt blinds It pm $110, buffet w/glass tops. 226-8626. cal qt, $100 284-4529. Eployet fori-linal aid. 386/25 MHZ 107mb hd 2tb Rain Q-nz waterbed wn/bookease hdhd nl blind $10ea. 287-5833. Flex force exercise machine w/ 3kt TW diamond tennis bracelet Honest, dependable. 286-4587. VGA monitor. joy sticks, DOS exc cond, new heatc.r, $3001/obo. 4 tire, 215rxl5 w/6 bolt for free action, gd cond, $150. 282fromZales,goodquality,$1,300. 6.,$0/b.25434 8 65 25_228-1189. 1980 Japaese car in gd mech 6.2, $800/obo. 285-4734. 284-4625. ChevyorWagoneerirucks,$125. 4295. --__ cond, pay $1000 immediately. Maigniavox portable CD payer w/ J/Lind crib converts to youth bed 226-1158. Pink vertical blinds $100, 2 bar 2 patio chairs w/waterproof cush220-2024 Henry or Gene. headphones & small speakers, $125, sheets, buiiper pad, crib Picnic tble w/benches, $60. 287'mols $40, lamp $50. 287-6480. 8_gae $90 o e g63 Miniatre female Chihahna pp9 gans$0 4or. 236--4432 Miiayr &e l Chihshu pumsp84669-42 $140. 2824232. toy & ttisc itetms.284-6629. 44211. Crib $80, car seat $60. 252-2836. py. 230-1927 Jeanette. Bose AM5 spkers, KellwoodMV5 pc LRZ $300, 2 chairs DR $60, Bu5D A spkersK&tweowerV59"T/R $025charsiDR$0 Wedding dress sz 12, $500. 261Stereocabinetw/glassdrs,wheels, Motorcycles Keyboard -singer for R&R hand, 5D spkers 450w & tattr prer 19"TV/VCR $2511, swivel mirror 1712. $35. 284-3323. must have exp. and on-base attp 350w, equalizer. 235-4096. mahogony $10. 284-3185. --_w_26 Wedding ring trio set, wedding Sega Genesis controller exten1990 Yamaha Jog 50cc, 1 cyl. w/ privileges. 286-338. Professional Kenwood spkers selKentttore portable dishwasher w/ dress w/veil, w/more, $1,200 or sion, 25', never used, $10pr. 284helet, grt cond, $600. 287-6840 House-sitrental, USAFA -3 w/ dotttused450w$175,550w$225 cutting bd top in gd cond, $80. sold separately. 286-6134. 3323. Rm 217. family(3), Oct.], '94-Feb. I '95. tixer w/micro $75. 287-5897. 284-3634. Sears 20 ctt ft, top/bottom refrig/ Wall pictars$20,bronzetbl$80, 1987 Yamaha Riva 200cc, U.S. SNES Street Fighter II Tntrbo 2 pc sectional 1-shape brownish freezer,eac coad, $795.286-3381. rk harst$nztb pedyplwmis.8Sz3hirn'bae &apse. game cartridge, like new, $5i3. beigeincolorgdcond,$400.28455 .-rocking chair set $150, hamster spes, dly pd, low miles. 285S,3children'sballet&tapshoes. 5935' 286-6196. 3528. 1992 Ency Britanica w/ Great cage$20,portablecrib.260-6150. -282-3932. Books, leather bound, $1,500. PCC books, Zoology $25, Eng 1983 Yamaha 750 cc, lots of exClients for new in-home beauty Smith Corona wp 80001t, 256k Mohoganyarnmoire$100,ov'esett 286-6225. Crs, $1,500. 266-5797C mploP$1rhi/lowih Rain, modern, 3.5 drv, requires $250, sin dinette $80, Marantz -$S. -"er uc ts. printer, $250. 287-5392. tape recorder, $75. 243-5730. 10 mini blinds, fitstropqtrs, much 'ion $20. 282-6198. Motorcycle trailer for 3 motorcyU r more. 286-6533. New trmnnpet w/ctse, wedgewood cles, exc cond, $325. 252-7188. Live-ic honest, reliable, itaunre Sander home ent center gd ena, d H s d woodgrain finish Fts TV up tio IS SNES games $35 ei or all for dishes, persian rug, paintings, 1993 Honda Shadow, VT600CD lady wirefs. Clean, gd w/kids2& 27", $60/obo. 269-7770. $475, 29" Ptnasonic The One Iore, all in evc cond. 264-8772. delave, lots of chrome, extras, 4 A -rok Oak DR set, like new, $900. 229color TV $1,000. 260-8 148. Designer album cove 286$5500. 284-6327. Live-in, nust speak/write Eng for 2916. 4084 care of 7 yr old, some cleaning/ plants, K sz waterbed mattress & Dbl e fttutn -folds OIt $50, wood wastingreqired M-. 286-6270. Blk locker dining table w/cihina. te2ter 284-5434. 061 n/4 chairs. L. t. workshp Baby stroller. 260-4840 after 7 285-5935. s 50, 6n9 grin rng $25. 284-4920. Eng spklive-oat maid, M-Pclean. 4 taitd-cars'ed wnooden span style --Qr 0 lyo.io~ok aecro~l os Whirlpool portable dishwasher, diinntg chairs Ipholstntered seats & Sony 19" color TV w/reinote, A/C condenser for Jeep Chero-1 -13 A Clato -iron,cook. 2tk -re otddogs. $150. 287-527 1. bck $200. 236-3924. $150. 25-2955. kee, fits diesel, V6, '84-'86 4cyl Qtrs 68 A HowIard 7-1I t f ----) -Refrig, TV 20" 3 Pc bedr n -et, 3 Elec stove Ra no) GE. 4 burn -Jr girl sco tnii for 2 shirts, I pr iCer used, $2s/. 263-8 77, 2 9 C r dB -li -naI hot ek e c ok, QtS22 IIrn t7ann-noon. liei ,-ot h dcrlable/exp & pc dining set. 252-1 104. ers, $100. 256-64017 been 7shorts,2 books, extras,$l5. 252DR tbl w/6 chairs $325. tnirit, Qtr, 31 B Albrook 7attnoon. refs, good w/children. 26l-847. I llpt. 2081 VCR, clothes, Ntnendo, frame K s, matt gd cond, $80. 282$11, 287 3335. Qin 126? Albrook San-. 25-40 tp ttoutboard notr ti rent 3387. Tele clnck radin 12, cr,,ck pIt Fntball eclip, heltme, pads, and or bay for Ity 14" wood boat. $1(, winser $10, 2 pop corn ppinre 252-2287. Nintendo ganes $9-$20, great Qirs 5779 B Diablo. 287-4137. 6x9 gray rag ed cnd, $20. 284tern $1tec. 287-6244. selectionii.286-4893call aftierpni. 4868. 21 sp7 nshighmensShwsinnr maii 2ike. ---. Qtrsn, 609 D Clayton tm noin. Recommnenation 'rasetmttress --Crib $11. Port a-Crib $75, highn 61k stereni cab. 284-5833. Little Tykes castle, blue drapes. Io iake pleaied drapes.236-3770 Sofa, loneseat, chair, outmn & chair $50. or $200 Sir all. 284I v ms" carpet $775. 284-6824. 6879. McCulln chainsan w/33"bar. 52-1257. n 1526 C Howard 8 lain. 252-1182. Adult clothes 66 hnby tems. p84Qtrs 7273 A Cardens. Cmer Cacio Sure Shot, zotm Picnic table w/4 benches $60, K sz wnaerbed sn/all ass. 2633276 aIfer 5pu 1ridaysx ni e -XL 2,1,9-6701 ater I pin. glasn & rattan dinitue 3/4chairs, 5373 cIll cfter 7pn. Scuba gan, many inems sold mnQtrs 785 B Diablo 8im-noon. $75. 236-1579. Ke-hther, .600. 282-4538. tn-I Qrs 126 A Howd 7-1 nat. n-lingual yidter/mi, liveNI Kneelu& s'l hd hrry'i' rbe miK sn canerbned, pustule MCI'' h /iinic ml, TV & iu/cuteM-S I ie inu nor, Ock rl-p de20k &4 ch4i lss rur d, 6 lr uer. mcurer Qr 17 B Clay I120.4-3295. tin I year old, $250. 286-4204. ecier, lcdding, 645. 282-3793 45.is, kitchjninem. 26 n4n 18. BR sen. 66 mher iitms. 252 1257. Qurn 555 C ly Jiii. Iiittte nchl. BPiieng &cmuitily Il.i5kinig Wciterbes idld $511, 1wim cnpy Socnedl, .bm n w/crmn chirs, Porcelain dolln. eight to chse ho -Iithier mum esch.lnrni on base. bed $100, TV/VCR, $250. 286bambocuffee ucble perleet condo, Niscelaninum hinng items. romi exc coid, $20-$35. 28iQtrs 613 B ClcitIn 8cmnpm n 84-6820. 4679. $295_ 26414bh. 257-3294 1196. Hamncr 8 25 Diablnn. 1 t -S uiisi pk Lg Amanmicro & kitchenites, ux8 .n mental btrgandy catrlnet Litle'ykesplcyhnsenIll.girls Trciler,ttility,1/4tutsteel Irami, Qtrs 136 Alaieda. Eug. Child cire and husework $100. 282-4232. $150, curio cabinet, $350. 28612" mike,like new, $40.282-3375. wood ox, $295. 260-9172 afier $130 string salcr. 287-3710. 337uletript. Qtrs 2(lf9 Cttrmidu 7cmnittoc -t-. Blk dinette w/gltsslbl tp4 chtis Clothes, A iwa turntbl, Turln -Size 4 1/2 -5 fooNtbll cleats, Suexc cond, $410. 284-5136. Wall-to-wall biege carpet w/pad Graphis syst w/3 tapes 28470cc mtiorycle $150, m ,at,'er Qtrs In 1 B Clayton per Nintendo es. 252-1257 in ilgaets11881area, $3181. 3689. healer,$200. 284-6692. Kcthy' Zenith console TV, $200, Q sz 27-5l7. ---Qirs 108 A Albrook Sai-inoon. K waterbed, $400. 282-3694. ---.Young childrens ency, 16 volWrangler tires P225/75R15 $50, 4 bar & county stools almond Recliner eve cond, $200, VBL aites-new. 224-7707. jeep round fog lamp $50, MR2 Qtrs 1050 C Cltyton. like nw, $150cea. 229-2916 sterenspkers, VCR Sony 4 head 3 car bra $40. 287-4788. Qirs 531 C Clayton. its use. 262-9661. 9x12 light bl carpet $30, 2 patio Rattan DR & LR set, $500ea chairs, patio end tb $100. 282Sunbeamgas BBQgrill w/2tatks, Qirs 146 B Howard. 260-a901. Entertainment center $85, carpet 5630. rocks, needs wk, $35. 286-4589. -Gold watch at the Fort Clayton $100, Lil Tyke toys, exc cond. -Qtrs 1523 F Howard. Twin bed w/matt, I night stand. 287-5439. 1990-94 sports cards -baseball, VHS capeltart 2 hds, gas leak ----Gym. will consider an award for $200. 230-1798. basketball, football, singles and detector comp kit $30, 4 rim/tires Qwrs 2620 B Cocoli. its retin. 283-1410 LR, DR, bunkbeds, BR, cmp sets,. 284-3689. Green wall to wall carpet 12x27, 4865x25m w/printer, lawn mowhangingbamboo swing,Qsz bed. er.286-4476. Eng lang tutor, includes tapes, 252-1257. books, workbooks, $100. 224-3 beds,, dining table, VCRs ste7707.---I t-ropiC Times Ad Form Whl sectional w/recliner & sofa reo, desk, computer& more. 264------Asleeper, $1,200. 283-4295. 0778. Mens & womens clothing, drapes, bedspreads,uniformstires&variO ANIMALS BI Priscilla curtains 2 sets $25ea, Twin sz bedrm set $300/obo, Qsz kennels. 269-6829. AUTOMOBILES beige carpet w/pad 12x15 $175, sleeper sofa $300/obo, 12" girls ---L AVAILABLE --toastmasteroven $200.287-6373. bike, $20. 287-4043. Adjustable work tbl w/lamp $85, LI BOATS & CAMPERS ----rolling desk chair $20, Wilson F ELECTRONICS PRICE HOME PHONE Dyed rattanDR& LR set $750ea, 8,000BTUac$125,studentdesk fielder's glove, $30. 252-2211. D FOUND elec range $325. 226-8116. $20, dresserw/hanging closet $75, -HOUSEHOLD Check only one category per ad form. Only two ads per person each bar/stool set, $200. 286-3895. Tires, 4 BF Goodrich Trailiaker [ LOST week are allowed. Each ad form is limited to 15 words, but may be edited Coffee tble modem $100, Fisher II P205/75R15, $130. 287-5785. wMISCELLANEOUS more because of space. Please type or print neatly. Information listed ster o CDam-f2 tuner plusspke s Relinerw/mpssage system$325, --E MOTORCYCLES below is not included in the ad, but is required for publication. This $300/ob ). 286-3825. sin flor lamp $10, vinyl storage Salt water fishing rod w/reel,50W [L] PATIO SALES information will not be released to third parties. Deadline for the receipt closet $35. 252-2211. Penn International custom 7 WANTED of ads is 9 a.m. Monday for Friday's edition. Ads are run on a space K sz bed $375, rd tble w/4 chairs Fenwick rod, $350. 282-4538. available basis and the staff makes no guarantee of ads running. Ads must $500, clothes dryer $150, garden LR set $350, DR set $225, comp include a home phone number. Ads may be mailed to the Tropic Times, fount. w/pump, $200, 256-6457. set $400, 25" floor model TV, Diamond back Sorrerto mib I8" Unit 0936, APO AA 34I)2or deposited in adropboxat the Albrook Post --$350, metal cabinet. 286-4378. 21_spd, $440/obo. 226-1158. Office. Ads offering weapons, real estate or sent by FAX will not be Beige sofa, loveseat, end/coffee tables,6xl2carpet,lamps,clothes. Buffet $250, dryer $201, Crib w/matt, dresser, changing run. 284-5194. Cushman dresser/mirror $350, tbl $250, infant bedding set $100. Ksz matt $100, coffee tb1 $125. 260-9743. SPONSOR'S NAME RANK/GRADE K-sz w/bed, mirrored hdbrd, 6 264-7517. drawer base all acc, glass table & ---Lace wedding dress, w/headpiece ORG. DUTY PHONE chairs both, $575. 282-3582. Berber rug, of'-white solid color, & veil, sz 7-8, $575. 230-0227.

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B1~ Tropic Times_ B Aug 19 1994 _jotpo I _T Em l ym n ---Saturday night gourmet specials 5:30 -9 p.m. SaturHOWTOAPPLY: Submit a SF-171, DD 214 if claimdays. Take someone special to dinner featuring tableside ing veteran preference, a copy of college transcripts if claimQuarry Heights preparation with Tuxedo Service. ing education and a copy of CASP notice of rating if appli*Officers' Club: 282-3439 Steak night special 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the dincable. Submit a copy of latest SF-50 if you are a Federal A la carte breakfast is served 6:30-8:30 a m. Mondaysing room. Select a cut and order a New York strip, rib eye or employeefltAlsek r .coc ef For more information regarding Army vacancy anFridays and 810 a.m. Saturdays. Club members will receive filet. All steaks are U.S. choice beef nouncements (forms requiredjob related criteria,etc.),visit a menu sampler with their next monthly chilling Bang up barbecue daily in the Breezeway, dine-in or the Directorate of Civilian Personnel, Building 560, Room take-out. Enjoy the ribs, brisket, chopped beef or spicy hot 102, Corozal, or call 285-5201. wings. *Note: One-on-one employment counseling should be Amador New family menu Tuesdays and Fridays featuring all the the first step in the job search. past favorites plus new items such as jerked chicken, hand SPECIM F EXPERIENCE: Positions at NM-5 level *Club Amador: 282-4334p /r pun ewa tes a erked cce. and above require specialized experience. Specialized expeAll-you-can-eat lunch buffet, $3.95 Fridays, featuring made 1/2 pound hamburgers, baked ravioli and more. rience is either educationabove the high schollevelor work soup, salad, selection of entree, special return rights. *Howard Enlisted Members' Club Ballroom : 284experience directly related to the position being illed. ExSunday brunch features the Ballet Folklorico Panameno 4189 ample; Budget positions at or above the NM-Slevelrequired at noon the first Sunday of each month. Henry 'J', 4:30 p.m.I a.m. Tonight. Dance and relax to Budget experience or equivalent education. All-you-can-eat spaghetti lunch Wednesdays, $3.95. the sounds of DeFay. Vacancy announcements are also available at the Sundial Recreation Center. *Howard Enlisted Members' Club Casual Cove: Directorate of Civilian Personnel is accepting appliesClayton 284-4189 dons on acontinuous basis for the following positions, Registers established from these announcements will be used to *The Loop: 287-3035 New country 8 p.m. to closing Fridays. fill permanent and temporary positions. CJ's Sports Bar offers daily lunch specials 11:30 a.m.Karaoke 7:30 p.m. Sundays, 8 p.m. Tuesdays. VB#001 *GeaeratClericslNM-3(UaedtofUl. ot lerical 1 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. Pool tournaments are held 3:30 Country and western dance lessons 7-8 p.m. Wednespo B(itian). p.m. Sundays. days in the Casual Cove. Learn the latest in line dancing, the VBs A rsitAo *,s. Prizmz Night Club features a variety of music Wednesstomp, waltz and others. Music will be until midnight. VB#002 *SalesStore CheckerNM3(litermlttent wksch) days-Saturdays and jazz 5 p.m. Sundays. Night mug special Wednesdays. Buy a mug filled with For events or parties at the Prizmz Night Club or CJ's your favorite draft beverage and go back for refills. *CASP Examination (CEO, notice of rat) is required. Sports Bar, call 287-4716 or send a fax to 287-4343. Saturday and Monday nights disco 5 p.m.-I a.m. VB# 003 RecreatIon Assistant, NM-4 (Lifeguard) Requis *NCO Club: 287-4716 Rock ' roll golden oldies 5-8 p.m. Tuesday; 5 p.m.Cert + 6 mo recreation exp in the field. midnight Thursdays. VB#004 RecrationAssistantNM-4(Req6.maerenati.o Casa Maria special through Aug. 31: tortilla sandwich, Club card drawing 6-7:30 p.m. Thursdays. Members exp in the field. three flour tortillas, frijoles, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, must have a card and be present to win. VB# 005 Secretary (Stenography), NM-S lettuce, tomatoes and jalapeno, $5.50 per person. VB# 005A Secretary (Stenography), NM4 *Top Three Club: 284-4189 VB# 006 Secretary (Typing/OfBce Automation), NM-5 VB# 006A Secretary (TypinglOffice Automation), NM-6 Karaoke 6 p.m. Friday. Albrook Taco bar 5 p.m. Wednesday. Free all-you-can-eat. The following poaitionisarePernitemp,Full-time,Part-time, Club card drawing 6-7:30 p.m. Thursdays. Members intermittent *Albrook Club: 286-3557/3582 must have a card and be present to win. VB# 007 --MEDICAL OFFICER, NE 12113114.Free ride program is offered to all Air Force club paClub closed Saturdays. VB# 008 ** CLDICAL NURSE, (RN license rquired14 trons who have had too much to drink. Check with the night/ NM-9/10111. duty manager or bartender. +Howard Officers' Club: 284-3718 VB#019 *PRACTICAL NURSE, (LPN Licence required), Tonight's entertainment 5-9 p.m. Get jazzed with Super social hours 5 p.m. Fridays. Come and eat at the NM-S. LoelHpe i h one VB# 019 ** EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN, Lowell Hopper in the lounge, complimentary bart snacks and enjoy music. NM-640-4/5/6. Steak night 6-9 p.m. Fridays. Choose from rib eye, K.C. Club card drawing in the lounge 7 p.m. Wednesdays. strip, filet or prime rib. Dinner comes with vegetable, baked Come to the bar and have a chance to win prizes and money. Se cctea for nurse medical r EMT positions potato, French fries or rice. New lounge menu available Mondays-Saturdays. Try Sunday champagne brunch 10 a.m.-I p.m. in the dinour new appetizers and sandwiches. VB# 010 Manual Positions, MG-2. Closed until further noing room offers breakfast from cooked-to-order omelets, Dining room is closed Sunday and Wednesday nights. ice.VB# Mnual Positions, MG-3. Closed until further nFrench toast, hot lunches, salad and fruits, peel-and-eat The club is closed Sundays. BicM. shrimp, desserts and ice cream bar. VB#012 Manual PcsltonsMG-4. Closed until furthernoMongolian barbecue 6-8:30 p.m. Mondays. Prepare tive013 Manual Positions,MG-5. Closed until further no your plate, choose the meat, vegetables, seasonings, oils and Rodman tice. have chefs do the job outside on the open grills. The Rodman Club, Rodman Annex, the Laguna VB# 014 Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-6. Closed until furMini gourmet night 6-8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Wine tastLounge and Rodman Bohio is open to all ranks. other notice. ing and strawberries Romanov. Treat yourselves to a fabu*Rodman Club: 283-4498 VB# 015 Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-7. Closed until further notice. lousy feast with tuxedo service, $17.95. Attitude adjustment with hors d'oeuvres, games and VB# 016 Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-S. Closed until furMexican night buffet 6:30-8 p.m. Thursdays includes live music 4:30-11 p.m. today at the Rodman Bohio. Iber notictacos, fajitas, taco salad and sopapillas for dessert. After dinSocial hour & hors d'oeuvres, 3:30-11 p.m. Fridays at Vie 018 Supply Technician, NM-S. Closed until further ner dance the night way to country western music. the Laguna Lounge and Rodman Bohio. VB# 018A Supply Technician, NM-6. Closed until further Country western night Thursdays with free dance lesAll-you-can-eat lunch buffet and grill menu 11 a.m.I notice. sons at 7:30-10:30 p.m. Learn the two-step, line and couples p.m. Mondays-Fridays. VB#017 Administrative Services Assistant,NM-5. Limited dances, the waltz, the cha cha and the swing. p.m. Mondays-Fridays. to permanent status employees onlly. Soup and sub night 4:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays. Grill menu VB#017A Administrative Services Assistant, NM-6. LimitClub closes after lunch the first Tuesday of each month is also available. ed to permanent status employees only. for maintenance. All-you-can-eat beef and burgundy 4:30-8:30 p.m. Room service now available for guests. Wednesdays. Grill menu is also available. Worldwide and local announcement. OPEN: 08-19-94 CLOSCook-your-own steak night 4:30-8:30 p.m. Thursdays ES: 09-20-94 Howard at the Rodman Bohio. WW425-94-JH INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST (OPERA*Howard Enlisted Members' Club -Dining Room: Fine dining 6-9 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays. TIONS), GS-132-12. SENSITIVE. INSCOM, 310th MI Bn, 284-4189 Upstairs Bar 4:30-8:30 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays; 6-9 470th Bde, CorzaL NOTE: Security clearance is required. Bip.m. Fridays-Saturdays. lingual (fluent EnglishiSpanish). Driver's license is required Sunday breakfast buffet 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. An assortp.m. Mridays-atuddys. (commercial and military). Position is in the excepted service. ment of breakfast foods are available in the dining room. Dinner is served 6-9 p.m. Mondays-Sundays. Breakfast is served 6-9:30 a.m. Mondays-Fridays; 7:30 *Rodman Annex: 283-4498 VB# VACANCIES TITLE AND LOCATION OPEN: W a.m. Saturdays. Breakfast is served 6:30-8:30 a.m. Mondays-Fridays. 19-94 CLOSE: 08-30-94 Mexican night and Texas barbecue 5:30-8:30 p.m. All-you-can-eat lunch buffet and grill menu II a.m.Wednesdays. Enjoy all-you-can-eat soft tacos. Fajisas, ribs 1:30 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. 421-94-SS GENERAL ENGINEER, NM-801-1. USAG, DEH, and fish are also available. The club is closed for evening and weekend service. Contracts Div., Corozal. 423-94-LA ANTENNA MECHANIC LEADER, ML-4701-10. 56th Signal Battalion, C&E Maint Br, Ft. Clayton, NOTE: Must be able to lift and carry heavy objects, (i.e. cables antennas, etc) and climb structures 225 feet or more. Driver's license T required. The Southern Command Network's 11:35pm KSFO Sports Byline USA 1:35am KSFO Sports Byline USA 425-94-LA COMPUTER ASSISTANT, NM-335-5. SENSIAM Radio features America's most7:35am The Law Shutw TIVE. _56th Sig Bu, DOIM, IPF/Operation See, Ft.Clayton. AM Radio fetrsAeic'8ot:35ami ThecL hnow NOTE: Security clearance. Shift work. listened to radio programs. Live :35an TechA nation coverage of breaking news stories and 1:05ain NPR's Cartalk 426-94-JH MANAGEMENT ANALYST, NM-343-11. DODDS, special events is provided. 3:30ain NPR's Living On Earth Friday Resource Support Office, Albrook. NOTE: Limited to veterans preference eligibles only. Temp. NTE: 09-02-95. SCN AM Radio is the news, sports 7:30am What's the Story 1:35am KSFO Sports Byline USA and information station AM 790 Pacific 8:05am On Computers 7:35am American Montage 427-94-LA TRAINING COORDINATOR (OFFICE AUTOand AM 1420 Atlantic. 1:30am Robert/JamesExchange 8:35am The Book Show MATION), NM-303-5. 56th Sig Bi Training Branch Ft. 1:30pm Georgetown University FoClayton. NOTE: Driver's license required. Qualified typist. Tuesday rm Must be able to lift and move large audio visual equipment up to Monday-Friday 60 lbs. .-1:35am KSFO Sports Byline USA Saturday 5am National Public Radio Moring 7:35am AP Portfolio 428-94SS SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM-318Edition 8:35am The Environment Show 6:35am KSFO Sports Byline USA 6 DEV 7. SENSITIVE. USAG, DEH, Corozal. 9:54am Paul Harvey News 1:30pm Soundings 05am On Weekend Edi tion lamn The Rush Limbaugh Show 8:35pmr AP Special Assignment 10:05am NPR's Cartalk 396A-94-KF SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTOMATION), NM12:()pm Paul Harvey News and Coin318-7. SENSITIVE. USARSO, DCSINT, Ft. Clayton. NOTE: mesiary (Repeat 1:17 p.m.) Sunday Security clearance is required. Qualified typist. Those who apWednesday plied under VB# 396-94-KF, SECRETARY (OFFICE AUTO2:05pm Paul Harvey Rest of the Story 1:05am Fous on the Family MATION), NM-318-7, need not reapply (Repeats 10:05pnm) 1:35am KSFO Sports Byline USA 2:15am NPR's SI Percent 4pm NPR's All Thing Considered 7:35am The Best of Our Knowledge 4:05am NPR's Cartalk NOTE: VB# 346-94-SS and 346A-94-SS, SECRETARY (OF6:05pm American Public Radio's 8:35am The Health Show 5:05am Monitor radio FICE AUTOMATION), NM-318-SS, has been canceled. Marketplace 1:30pm Social Thought 7am NPR's Weekend Edition

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Back to School August 19, 1994 A special supplement to the Tropic Tinies Page C1 Vt' Depament of Defense photo by Maureen Sampson Getting ready Jeff Lyle, sixth grade teacher, and Carolyn Miskoysky, kindergarten teacher, put together an informational display at Fort Clayton Elementary in preparation for the 1994-1995 school year. Enrollment Page C2,i Lunches -Page C8 Department of Defense DepenLow-cost lunches are available *Atlantic bus routes, Page C3 dents Schools begin new school for families with certain income *Pacific bus routes, Page C3 year Thursday. levels. *Panama City routes, Page C6

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(~Tropic Timies ~ !a k ~ ,N w _ _ C2 Aug19 Back to School News Enrolinow Next week maiks beginning of another school year ALBROOK AFS (DoDDS) -The 1994-95 school *Military: Permanent change of station orders, DoD Curundu, Curundu Heights, Diablo Terrace, Los Rios. year begins Thursday and for those parents who have not ID cards, immunization records, report cards and/or tran*Curundu Elementary School -Fort Clayton, Quarenrolled their children yet, now is the time, say Departscripts from previous schools. terms 500s, 600s, 700s, 1000-1100. ment of Defense Dependents Schools officials. *All children enrolling in kindergarten or first grade t Fort Clayton Elementary School -Fort Clayton, On the Pacific side of the isthmus, students in grades 7must present either birth certificate or passport. Quarters 1-100, 300s, 400s, 800s, 9 Ftlst 9 will attend Curundu Junior High School and students in *Children must be 5 years of age by Oct. 31, 1994, to +Fort Kobbe Elementary School -Fort Kobbe, Quargrades 10 -12 will attend Balboa High School. On the enroll in kindergarten and 6 by Oct. 31, 1994 to enroll in ters 300s,400s Howard,Quartersl-199,500-699s Veracruz, Atlantic side of the isthmus, all students in grades 7 -12 first grade. Costa del Sol will attend Cristobal Junior/Senior High School located in All students must have their immunization records *Howard Elementary School -Howard, Rodman, Coco Solo. available to register at the school. This record includes the Cocoli, Farfan, Arraijan, Chorrera. All students in grades K -6 will enroll in their respecminimum DoD requirements for polio, DTP (diphtheria, *Fort Davis Elementary School -Fort Davis, Gatun, tive elementary schools. tetanus, pertussis), and two doses of MMR (measles, Fort Sherman. All parents with school age dependents should enroll mumps, and rubella). *Fort Gulick Elementary School -Fort Gulick, Offtheir dependents immediately. To register dependents at post residents. school, parents are required to present the following Where to attend Sponsors of dependents attending DoDDS residing in *Non-military: Permanent change of station orders, BPanama City, excluding the Canal area, should contact Below are the districts; and the general school boundone of the following schools to verify the specific school certificationletter from the civilian personnel office (local aries for enrollment in the various elementary schools: their dependents will be attending: Balboa Elementary hires), letter of sponsorship (other U.S. government em*Balboa Elementary School -Ancon, Balboa, Balboa School, 252-7696; Diablo Elementary School, 252-3546; ployees), DoD civilian identification cards, immunization Heights, Fort Amador, La Boca, Quarry Heights. or Curundu Elementary School, 287-6565. records, report cards and/or transcripts from previous *DiabloElementarySchool-Albrook,DiabloHeights. Parents may withdraw their children from school schools. *Los Rios Elementary School -Cardenas, Corozal, before the end of the school year, but DoD officials note the early withdrawal program is not designed for people who want to go on vacation. The program is designed to allow those being reassigned outside Panama to leave close to the end of the school year without their family members losing a semester's credit. A civilian employee must have a supervisor certify there is an operational requirement that the employee begin his or her leave before the end of the school year. Students may then be allowed to take early exams and receive credit. J Early withdrawal dates are Dec. 14, 1994, and May 18, 1995. Sponsoring units Military units are matched with DoDDS schools. The sponsor units help their schools, especially during special events, such as health fairs, music programs, track and field meets. Sponsor units and their schools are: *Balboa Elementary School -U.S. Army Medical ~Activity *Diablo Elementary School -24th Medical Group *Los Rios Elementary School -3rd Special Operation Support Command *Fort Clayton Elementary School -106th Signal Brigade *Curundu Elementary School -U.S. Army Garrison it *Fort Kobbe Elementary School -1st Bn. 228th Aviation Regiment, 536th Engineering Battalion *Fort Davis Elementary School -747th Military Intelligence Battalion *Balboa High School -Military Police, Provost Marshal's Office *Cristobal High School -Company C, 5th Battalion 87th Infantry Regiment *Curundu Junior High School -41st Area Support Group DoDDS principals have also called for parents to get involved with their children's education. The principals -are encouraging parents to attend school events, to join parent-teacher organizations and to volunteer. Their philosophy is that everyone benefits when parents and teachers work together. New student orientations DoDDS-Panama teachers and administrators have planned orientation and back-to-school meetings for parents. The meetings will give parents an opportunity to meet their children's teachers and get information on the curriculum, student schedules, expectations for students and parents and local school policies. The following is a list of dates and times for orientation meetings: *Balboa High School, Tuesday, 9 a.m. *Cristobal Jr/Sr High School, Tuesday, 10 a.m. *Curundu Junior High School, today, 9 a.m. *Diablo Elementary School, today, 10 a.m. .*Fort Clayton Elementary School, today, 12 p.m. Oepa ment of flefense photo by Maureen Sampson *Fot Davis Elementary School, Tuesday, 2 p.m. patiently *Fort Gulick Elementary School, Wednesday, 9 a.m. W waiting *Fort Kobbe Elementary, today, 12 and 4:30 p.m. Spring Masado and Michelle Glenn wait for their bus on the first day of school last year. Bus *Howard Elementary School, Monday, 4:30 p.m. schedules begin on Page C-3 for the school year beginning Thursday, *Los Rios Elementary School, Tuesady, 4:30 p.m.

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Back to School Bus Schedule Au Location Depart Return Location Depart Return A tlantic ro utes Fort. Davis Elementary School 7:55 2:05 BE -2 / BK-2 (to school): Ancon Blvd. Rd. Qrrs 617 7:19 2:10 Note: All morning kindergarden students will travel to DAE -5: Gatun, Ft. Davis Blvd. Qtrs 583 7:20 2:11 school in buses according to the routes scheduled for their Gatun: Blvd. Qtrs 580 7:23 2:14 respective elementary school. Qtrs 138 7:15 2:35 Guayacan Terrace Qtrs 526 7:24 2:15 All afternoon kindergarten students will returntotheir Qtrs 144 7:18 2:32 Frangipani Qtrs 439 7:35 2:16 homes in buses accordingtothe routes scheduled fortheir Qtrs 234 7:20 2:30 Blvd. Parita Place Qtrs 500 7:37 2:18 respective elementary school. Qtrs 413 7:22 2:28 Blvd. Manzanillo Qtrs 512 7:38 2:19 Because of traffic and weather conditions, buses may Community Center Bldg. 206 7:26 2:24 Blvd. Manzanillo Qtrs 522 7:39 2:20 pick up passengers five minutes before scheduled time. Fort Davis: Herricks Heights Qtrs 0202 7:42 2:21 Should the bus not come on time, it is recommended that Qtrs 43 7:34 2:16 Herricks Heights Qtrs 0205 7:43 2:22 students wait at least 15 minutes before leaving the stop. Qtrs 86 7:36 2:14 Herricks Heights Qtrs 0208 7:44 2:23 A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates Qtrs 567 7:38 2:12 Heights Rd. Qtrs 205 7:50 2:29 kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" Qtrs 539 7:40 2:10 Quarry Heights Officer's Club 7:54 2:33 indicates junior or senior high schools. Fort Davis Elementary School 8:00 2:05 Heights Rd. Qtrs 130 7:58 2:37 Balboa Elementay School 7:55 2:05 Cristobal High School Fort Gulick Elementary School B E le(to shl) o Amador0 BE -3 (to school) Fort Amador: Location Depart Return GE -1: Fort Espinar Qtrs 15 7:36 2:18 Qtrs 145 7:35 2:21 Qtrs 24 7:37 2:19 CR5-i: Fort Davis Qtrs 173 7:37 2:19 Qtrs24 7:37 2:19 Qtrs 578 6:40 3:05 Qtrs 121 7:39 2:17 Qtrs 36 Qtrs 524 6:44 3:01 Qtrs 104 7:41 2:15 Chapel 108 7:41 2:22 Qtrs 540 6:46 2:58 Fort Gulick Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Q brs l e 7:43 2:25 Qtrs 547 6:48 2:56 Balboa Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Qtrs5 -margarita, Fort Espinar BK -1 (from school): Balboa, Fort Amador rsb H. 6:55 2:49 Margarita: Balboa: Cristobal H.S. 7:24 2:35 Credit Union 7:35 2:25 Balboa Elementary School 10:35 CRS -2: Fort Davis Qtrs 8417 7:38 2:22 Tavermilla La Boca Rd 10:40 Qtrs 201 6:45 3:03 Preschool 7.40 2.20 La Boca Qtrs 944/930/Church 10:43 Ft. Espinar: Empire 3209/819X 10:47 Qtrs 23 6:48 3:00 Qtrs 500 7:45 2:15 Foir Amador: Qtrs 114 6:50 2:58 Fort Gulick Elementary School 8:00 2:05 Loma Terrace 1100 10:48 Qtrs14 6:53 2:55 Loma Terrace 1108 10:49 ts 6:5 233: Coco Solo, Fort Espinar 1347/408/414/15 10:52 Qtrs 216 6:58 2:50 Coco Solo: 2/5 05 Cristobal H.S. 7:20 2:35 Qtrs El-3 7:17 2:04 Balboa Gavilan Area 1546/1531/1501 0:59 Ft. Espinar: CRS-3: Gatun, Arco Iris Qtrs 12 7:32 2:19 BK -2 (from school): Ancon, Balboa QGrt 44 6:50 3:03 Balboa Elementary School 10:35 Qts 44650 3.3 Qtrs 39 7:36 2:23 Ancon: Swimming Pool 6:55 2:59 Qtrs 51 7:38 2:25 Boulevard Side Qtrs 500 10:45 Community Center 7:00 2:50 Qtrs 47 7:40 2:23 Gorgas Rd / Carter Place 10:49 Arco Iris: Qtrs 24 7:42 2:21ate r 2 c 10:4 Qtrs 5442 7:12 2:44 Qtrs 10-A 7:48 2:15 Herrick Heights 208 10:52 Qirs 6455 7:13 2:41 Qr10A74 215 Herrick Heights 202/205 10:54 Qtrs 654 7:13 2:40 Fort Gulick Elementary School 8:00 2:05 Balboa: Qtrs 6540 7:14 2:40 Balboa Heights Ridge Qtrs 130 10:57 Cristobal H.S. 7:25 2:30 Colon Area Quarry Heights Officer Club 11:00 CRS -4: Fort Espinar Qtrs 105 6:47 2:46 GE-6/CRS-7: Sabanitas, Santa Rita, San Judas, Colon BE -4 / BK -1 (to school): Balboa, Fort Amador Qtrs 12 6:50 2:50 San Judas BS 6:25 3:28 Mango St. Qtrs 1545 7:37 2:09 Qtrs 41 6:53 2:53 Casa Heres (Front Luther King) 6:27 3:30 Empire St. Qtrs 3209 7:39 2:11 Qtrs 51 6:56 2:57 Barriada Cielitos (Front Luther King) 6:29 3:32 Croton St. Qtrs 819X 7:40 2:12 Cristobal H.S. 7:25 2:30 Barriada ANAP (Entrance) 6:32 3:35 Qtrs 1100 (Loma Terrace) 7:41 2:14 Barriada Pilon (Entrance) 6:34 3:37 Qtrs 1108 (Loma Terrace) 7:42 2:15 CRS -5: Fort Espinar Barriada Santa Rita (Entrance) 6:36 3:39 Qtrs 1347 7:43 2:17 Qtrs 24 6:50 3:00 Barriada Tagaropulos (Entrance) 6:37 2:40 Qtrs 28 (Peace Place) 7:44 2:19 Qtrs 576 6:55 2:55 Barriada Luther King (Entrance) 6:39 2:42 Third St. Qtrs 402/408 7:46 2:21 Margarita Elementary School 7:00 2:50 IPTC BS (College) 6:41 3:44 BS 1209 7:48 2:23 Cristobal H.S. 7:20 2:55 Colon Area: Amador Rd. MP Gate BS 7:50 2:25 St. 16 & Central Ave. 6:55 2:55 Balboa Elementary School 7:55 2:05 CRS -6: Fort Sherman St. 10 & Roosevelt Ave. 7:00 3:00 500 Housing 6:30 3:00 St. 7 & Roosevelt Ave. 7:05 3:05 BE -5/ BK -3 (to school): Gamboa 300 Housing 6:35 2:55 St. 3 & Melendez Ave. 7:08 3:08 Davis St Qtrs 314 7:08 2:51 Cristobal H.S. 7:25 2:30 St. 1 & Melendez Ave. 7:11 3:11 Jadwin Ave Qtrs 109 7:10 2:50 St. I & Central Ave. 7:12 3:12 Sibert Ave Qtrs 127 7:12 2:49 -St. 9 & Central Ave. 7:13 3:13 Old Elem School BLDG 56 7:15 2:46 Fort Davis Elementay Cristobal High School 7:20 2:35 Summit Qtrs 6007/6081 7:29 2:31 Fort Gulick Elementary School 7:40 2:15 Paraiso 661/367 7:35 2:25 DAE -1: Fort Davis Fort Davis Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Pedro Miguel RR Station 7:37 2:22 Qtrs 25 7:44 2:16 Pedro Miguel Tennis Court 7:38 2:21 Qtrs 41 7:48 2:12 Pedro Miguel BS OPP Ball Park 7:39 2:20 Qtrs 14 7:52 2:08 Pacific Fort Clayton Child Care Center 7:45 2:12 Fort Davis Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Albrook Youth Center 2:10 Notes: All morning kindergarden students will travel to Diablo Elementary School 7:48 DAE -2: Fort Davis school in buses according to the routes scheduled for their Balboa Elementary School 7:52 2:05 Qtrs 202 7:48 2:00 respective elementary school. Qtrs 114 7:53 2:05 All afternoon kindergarden students will return to their BK -3 (from school): Gamboa Fort Davis Elementary School 7:58 1:55 homes in buses according to the routes scheduled for their respective elementary school. Balboa Elementary School 10:35 DAE -3: Fort Sherman Because of traffic and weather conditions, buses may pick Albrook Child Care Center 10:40 500 Housing 7:00 2:25 up passengers five minutes before scheduled time. Should the Fort Clayton Child Care Center 10:44 300 Housing 7:05 2:30 bus not come on time, it is recommended that students wait at Pedro Miguel Tennis Court 10:50 Ft. Davis Elementary School 7:30 1:55 least 15 minutes before leaving the stop. Summit Qtrs 6007/6081 10:59 A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kinderOld Gamboa Elem School Bldg 56 11:07 DAE -4: Fort Espinar, Margarita garten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates Sibert Ave Qtrs 127 11 :09 Fort Espinar: junior or senior high schools. Qtrs 161/173 7:15 2:43 Balboa High School Qtrs 145/128/116 7:18 2:40 Balboa Elementary School Qtrs 104/11/14/26 7:21 2:37 BS -1: Albrook, Curundu Qtrs 39/41/51 7:24 2:34 B :Abok uud Qtrs 24/10 7:27 2:31 BE -1/ BK -1 (to school) La Boca: Albrook: Qtrs 576 7:31 2:29 Side Qtrs 930 BS (Las Perlas St.) 7:43 2:14 BS 434 6:50 3:24 Margarita: Side Qtrs 944 BS (Las Perlas St.) 7:44 2:15 BS 423 6:52 3:23 Credit Union 7:34 2:26 Side Qtrs 0762 BS (Williamson Pl.) 7:46 2:16 Curundu: Qtrs 8BO 7:37 2:23 Side Qtrs 795X-A (Corner Tavernilla) 7:47 2:12 Contractors Qtrs 2318 6:56 3:20 Elementary School 7:40 2:20 Balboa Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Contractors Qtrs 2314 6:58 3:17 Brazos Hts. Entrance 7:45 2:15 Post Office BS 7:00 3:15 A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates junior or senior high schools. Continued on next page

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Tropic Timesto S h d l C4 Au.1,9 J Back to School Bus Schedule Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 Howard: BS 650 6:51 3:34 FCK -1 (to school): Fort Clayton BS -2: Albrook Qtrs 625 6:52 3:32 Mabry Drive BS 1065 10:52 2:51 FCE-1 BS 432 7:05 3:20 Side Qtrs 136 6:53 3:30 McManus Drive, BS1045 10:53 2:50 FCE-1 BS 422 7:08 2:23 Theater 6:55 3:28 Qtrs 518 (Guest House) 10:56 2:43 FCE-l BS 427 7:12 3:27 Balboa High School 7:15 2:55 600 Area: BS 431 7:15 3:30 Curundu Jr. High School 7:25 2:35 Qtrs 690 11:01 2:36 FCE-1 BS 468 7:18 3:33 Qtrs 677 11:03 2:35 FCE-1 BS 429 7:20 3:35 BS -9: Gamboa, Paraiso, Pedro Miguel Qtrs 656 11:04 2:34 FCE-1 BS 421 7:22 3:37 Gamboa: Qtrs 634 11:05 2:33 FCE-1 Balboa High School 7:25 2:55 Qtrs 0266 6:40 3:45 Qtrs 605 11:06 2:31 FCE-1 Across Qtrs 266 6:42 3:43 700 Area: BS -3: Fort Clayton Maltby Place 6:45 3:41 Qtrs 719 11:08 2:29 FCE-1 Bldg 518 BS 538C 7:01 3:14 Summit Qtrs 6081 7:00 3:31 400 Area: Qtrs 532 7:02 3:15 Paraiso: Qtrs 474 11:11 2:30 FCE-2 Qtrs 5111 BS 524 7:04 3:17 BS (Main) Qtrs 687 7:05 3:24 Qtrs 479 11:12 2:27 FCE-2 BS Front Qtrs 479B 7:06 3:19 Qtrs 661 7:07 3:22 900 Area: Qtrs 473 7:07 3:20 Qtrs 367 7:09 3:20 Qtrs 926 (Front) 11:15 2:23 FCE-2 Qtrs 610 7:08 3:21 Pedro Miguel: Qtrs 907 11:17 2:20 FCE-2 Qtrs 690 7:09 3:22 RR Station (across) 7:12 3:17 Fort Clayton Elementary 11:25 2:05 Qtrs 717 7:10 3:23 BS across ball park 7:13 3:15 Note: FCK -1 route will return from school using FCE-1 and Qtrs 718 7:12 3:25 Curundu Jr. High School 7:23 2:35 FCE-2. Balboa High School 7:25 2:55 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 FCK -2 (from school): Fort Clayton BS -4: Fort Clayton BS -10: Fort Clayton Fort Clayton Elementary School 10:35 Opp Entry Hocker Dr 7:11 3:23 Side Bldg 153 7:10 3:18 Qtrs 677 10:40 Smith & Morse Ave BS 438 7:13 3:25 Bldg 156 7:12 3:19 Morse Ave Front Qtrs 400 BS 399 7:14 3:26 Qtrs 332 (main) 7:15 3:21 Curundu Elementary School Parker Drive Qtrs 910/907 7:15 3:28 Balboa High School 7:28 2:55 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 BS -11: Ancon CK -1 (to school, kindergarten only): Fort Clayton BS-5: Fort Clayton Manzanilla Qtrs 22 6:50 3:10 Child Care Center Bldg 39 7:20 10:55 Qtrs 1161 6:54 3:07 Sacred Heart Chapel 6:52 3:12 Qtrs 602,667,729,703 7:25 10:51 Qtrs 1121 6:56 3:06 Quarry Hts Officer's Club 7:01 3:15 Qtrs 682,661,659,612 7:37 10:38 Qtrs 1103 7:00 3:05 Herricks Hts Qtrs 203/204 7:03 3:17 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 10:30 Balboa High School 7:15 2:55 Gorgas Army Hospital 7:05 3:19 Qtrs 656,634,623,603,609 7:30 10:45 Balboa High School 7:10 2:55 Qtrs 511,555,500,534,543 7:50 10:41 BS -6: Cardenas, Corozal Curundu Elementary School 7:55 10:35 BCrens: sFort Clayton Elementary School CK -2 (from school): Fort Clayton BS across Q~rs 7239 6:50 3:34 Sh o BS across Qtrs 7264 6:51 3:32 Curundu Elementary School 2:05 BS side Qtrs 7230 6:52 3:30 FCE -1: Fort Clayton Youth Center 2:07 BS side Qtrs 7236 6:53 3:28 Lassiter Drive BS 1022 7:26 2:45 Child Care Center Bldg 39 2:08 Corozal: Qtrs 518 (Guest House) 7:28 2:43 Qtrs 637, 690, 715 2:12 (PCC) across Qtrs 6539 6:55 3:26 Qtrs 532 7:30 2:41 Diablo Terrace (Entrance) 7:05 3:21 600 area: CK -3 (to school, kindergarten only): Fort Clayton Los Rios Elementary School 7:08 3:18 Qtrs 690 7:35 2:36 Child Care Bldg 39 11:10 2:28 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 Qtrs 677 7:37 2:35 Qtrs 637, 690, 715 11:13 2:23 Qtrs 656 7:38 2:34 Qtrs 511, 580,531, 544,500 11:17 2:20 BS -7: Howard AFB Qtrs 634 7:39 2:33 Qtrs 1003, 1005, 1012, 1028, t10 11:21 2:15 Moth Row BS 139 6:45 3:32 Qtrs 612 7:40 2:32 Qtrs 1122, 1148, 1048 11:23 2:12 Moth Row BS 155 6:46 3:33 Qtrs 605 7:41 2:31 Curundu Elementary School 11:26 2:05 Moth Row BS 162 6:47 3:34 700 area: BS 175 6:49 3:35 Qtrs 719 7:43 2:29 CE -I (to school): Fort Clayton Clinic BS 6:50 3:36 Fort Clayton Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Lassiter Dr BS 1022 7:40 2:13 Coffey Ave BS 120 6:51 3:37 Qtrs 534 7:43 2:15 Coffey Ave BS 90 6:52 3:38 FCE -2: Fort Clayton Side Qtrs 580 7:45 2:17 Coffey Ave 51 6:53 3:39 400 Area: Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Kansas & Nevada Drive Qtrs 1550 6:54 3:40 Qtrs 474 7:35 2:30 Beard Rd & Alaska Drive BS 1556 6:55 3:41 Qtrs 479 7:38 2:27 CE -2 (to school): Fort Clayton Balboa High School 7:15 2:55 900 Area: Qtrs 518 7:40 2:13 Qtrs 926 (Front) 7:42 2:23 Qtrs 532 7:42 2:15 BS -8: Fort Kobbe, Howard AFB Qtrs 907 7:45 2:20 Qtrs Mango/Guandu 554 7:44 2:17 Fort Kobbe Elementary School 6:45 3:42 Fort Clayton Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 CE -3 (to school): Fort Clayton Qtrs 602 7:40 2:10 Qtrs 627 7:44 2:13 U L L Qtrs 605 7:46 2:15 Qtrs 601 7:47 2:17 Curundu Elementary School 7:52 2:05 CE -4 (to school): Fort Clayton Qtrs. 717 7:40 2:22 Qtrs. 7 18 7:41 2:23 Qtrs. 690 7:44 2:25 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 CE -5 (to school): Fort Clayton Qtrs 667, 680 7:43 2:14 Q s 661 (side) 7:45 2:12 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 CE -6 (to school): Fort Clayton Qtrs 673 7:37 2:10 Qtrs 654 (side) 7:40 2:13 Qtrs 630 7:43 2:16 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 CE -7 (to school): Fort Clayton Qtrs 555 7:35 2:15 Qtrs 544 BS 562 7:40 2:20 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 All aboard Theater,-Lpp E.,mant photo by Sgt Pam Bnola CE -8 (to school): Fort Clayton: Qtrs 644 7:42 2:15 Fort Clayton elementary students board the bus. Officials caution motorists to be extra careful Qtrs 612 7:48 2:12 during the upcoming school year. Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:05 A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates junior or senior high schools. Continued on next page

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C6 Tropic Tie Back to School Bus Schedule Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Qtrs 910 6:49 2:45 Corozal (Army) 671 11:12 2:10 LRE4 St. 68 (La Venezolana Bakery) 11:07 2:30 PE8 Curundu Jr. High School 7:05 2:20 Corozal (Army) 678 11:14 2:11 LRE4 Ave. 8B-N 11:09 2:31 PE8 Corozal (Army) 687 11:16 2:12 LRE4 Ave. 8A-N & St. 64 11:11 2:32 PE8 CS -19 (to school): Fort Clayton Los Rios Elementary School 11:25 2:05 Ave. 8A-N & St. 63A-O 11:12 2:33 PE8 BOQ -Main 7:05 2:46 Note: LRK -2 will return from school using LRE1 and LRE4. Ave. 8A-N & St. 62C-O 11:13 2:34 PE8 Qtrs 518 (Guest House) 7:06 2:47 Ave. 62-0 & Ave. 7-N 11:14 2:35 PE8 Qtrs 532 7:08 2:48 LRE -2 (to school): Curundu Via Brazil & Ave 10A 11:15 2:38 PE8 Qtrs 634 7:10 2:50 LRK -1 Curundu Elementary School 11:20 2:10 Qtrs 607 7:13 2:55 Escude Rd. 1995/198 7:39 2:21 Los Rios Elementary School 11:25 2:05 Curundu Jr. High School 7:25 2:20 Flats Waeelir Rd. Qtrs 2310 7:41 2:19 Clubhouse Rd. Qtrs 2006 7:43 2:17 PK-3 (toschool): Hato intado (12 Octubre), San Francisco CS -20 (to school): Fort Clayton Clubhouse Qtrs 2027 7:44 2:15 (Via Porras -Cale 50), Vista Hermosa. Hocker Drive entrance 7:05 2:41 Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Hato Pintado: Qtrs 479 7:08 2:43 12 de Octubre (Delta Gas Station) 10:05 2:25 PE9 Qtrs 676 7:10 2:45 LRE -3 (to school): Albrook, Curundu 12 de Octubre (Shell Gas Station) 10:06 2:27 PE9 Qtrs 690 7:11 2:46 LRK -1 Ave 3-N & 79-0 10:08 2:30 PE9 Qtrs 717 7:12 2:47 Albrook Youth Center -2:13 Ave lB-N & 69-0 (Near Nestle) 10:10 2:32 PE9 Qtrs 718 7:13 2:48 Cumndu: St. 79-0 & Via Espana 10:12 2:34 PE9 Curundu Jr. High School 7:25 2:20 Contractor Qtrs 23 7:35 2:18 San Francisco: Old Post Office 2062 7:37 2:22 Villa Lilla & Via Porras(Shell Station) 10:34 2:35 PE4 Kobbe Elementary School Trailers Via Horse Stable 7:39 2:25 St. 67 Via Porras Import Motors 10:36 2:38 PE4 Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Via Porras & St. 72-E 10:38 2:40 PE4 Altos del Golf, Via Porras 3C-S 10:40 2:42 PE4 KE -1 (to school): Veracruz, Howard AFB LRE -4 (to school): Diablo, Corozal (Esso Station) KK -LK -2 Ave. 3C-Sur/Cincuentenario(Corner) 10:42 3:05 PE4 Veracruz: Diablo: San Francisco: Cementery 7:15 2:50 Terrace Qtrs 253 7:31 2:22 St. 5B South St. 76 (Marriot Hotel) 10:47 2:52 PE4 Rincon de Filo Restaurant 7:18 2:48 Terrace Qtrs 260 7:33 2:20 St. 74 and St. 50 10:49 2:53 PE4 Abarroteria Solimar 7:20 2:46 Terrace Qtrs 265 7:35 2:18 St. 71 and St. 50 10:50 2:54 PE4 Abarroteria Anayansi 7:22 2:44 Corozal: St. 67 and St. 50 10:55 3:00 PE4 Carniceria Veracruz 7:24 2:42 Army Qtrs 671 7:38 2:15 St. 67 and Ave. 3B-S 10:56 2:57 PE4 Howard: Army Qtrs 678 7:40 2:13 Via Porras Bldg Bahia Azul 10:58 3:00 PE4 BS 139 Qtrs 150-B 7:40 2:15 Army Qtrs 687 7:45 2:10 Via Porras, St. 62A-E (Car Wash) 11:00 3:01 PE4 Johnson Ave Qtrs 197 7:43 2:18 Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Via Porras Ave IC-N (Mr. Pan) 11:02 3:03 PE4 Commi Hill BS 9 7:46 2:21 Vista Hermosa: (Super 99) Child Care Center 7:48 2:23 St. 64 and Ave 3A-N (M/Asiatico) 11:06 2:34 PE9 Youth Center 7:50 2:25 St. 64 and Ave 8C-N (School R. Miro) 11:08 2:34 PE9 Kobbe Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Pana m a ity routes Ave. de la Paz, Ave 12C-N 11:12 2:21 PE9 (Bodega Francisco) KE -2 (to school): Howard AFB Notes: All afternoon kindergarten students will return to Ave 12C-N and St. 74 (Banco Gen) 11:13 2:23 PE9 KK -1 their homes in buses according to the routes scheduled for their Diablo Elementary School 11:30 2:05 BS 120 (Officer's Club) 7:43 2:16 respective elementary schools. BS 90 7:44 2:13 Because of traffic and weather conditions, buses may pick PK-4(toschool): La CrestaCampo Alegre,Paiilla,Obarrio, BS 51 7:46 2:10 up passengers five minutes before scheduled time. Should the El Carmen, El Cangrejo. Kobbe Elementary School 7:50 2:05 bus not come on time, it is recommended that students wait at La Cresta: least 15 minutes before leaving the stop. Via Espana Budget Rental Car 10:27 2:30 PE6 KE -3 (to school): Howard AFB The letter "K" at the end of a route indicates a kindergarten Bella Vista: KK -I route; "E" indicates an elementary school route, and "S" Ave Colombia and St. 45 (Exitosa) 10:29 2:34 PE6 BS 195 7:39 2:11 indicates a secondary school route. Campo Alegre: BS 162 7:41 2:14 Because of space availability limitations, students from Ave 56 and St. 49E 10:30 2:37 PE6 BS 175 7:42 2:16 Curundu Elementary have been assigned to Los Rios ElemenSt. 49E (Lloyd's Bank) 10:31 2:40 PE6 BS Dispensary 7:43 2:20 tary School. Ave Uruguay (IBM) 10:32 2:42 PE6 Kobbe Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Paitilla: PK-1: Campo Lindbergh, Chanis, Villa de las Fuentes #1, Via Italia, Plaza Paitilla Inn (side) 10:34 3:08 PE5 KK -1 (from schoo): Howard AFB Bethania. Via Italia, Bldg. Las Perlas 10:35 2:37 PE5 Kobbe Elementary School 10:25 Campo Lindbergh: Via Italia, Bldg. Brisas Marina 10:36 2:39 PE5 Child Care Center 10:30 Entrance (Dairy Queen) 10:30 2:54 PEl Via Italia, Bldg. Russo 10:37 2:40 PE5 Rencher Ave BS 195 10:36 Reparto Chanis: Via Israel, St. 57A (Across) 10:38 2:32 PE5 Norton St Qtrs 176/182/ BS 175 10:39 Super Market Gago (Front) 10:35 2:49 PEI Campo Alegre: Coffey Ave Qtrs 70/87/109/111/118 10:41 Santa Marta, Ave 3A-S (Sanwa Bank) 10:43 2:47 PE6 Coffey Ave BS 120 Qtrs 61/64 10:43 Ave. 2C-S (Banco General) 10:38 2:46 PEl Ave 3A-S Costa del Sol 10:44 2:31 PE6 Youth Center 10:46 Ave. 8C-N and Ave. 74-0 10:46 2:38 PElA Ave 3A-S Centro Cultural Ave. 9C-N and Domingo Diaz 10:48 2:36 PEIA /Kinder Claret 10:46 2:48 PE5 KK -2 (to school): Howard AFB Villa de las Fuentes #1: Obarrio: Theater Bus Stop 10:54 Ave 22C-N House #216 10:53 2:31 PElA Ave. R Arango and St. 56 10:47 2:47 PE5 Child Care Center-42' 10:57 La Gloria: Ave. Samuel Lewis and St. 56 10:48 2:36 PE5 BS 139 Qtrs/46 10:59 St. 75A-O Ave #21CN 10:55 2:29 PElA Ave. Samuel Lewis and St. 57 10:49 2:43 PE5 Rencher Ave. BS 155/175/198 11:00 St. 75-D Ave 19C-N 10:56 2:28 PElA Ave. Samuel Lewis and St. 60 10:50 2:44 PE5 Coffey Ave. 120 11:03 Altos de Bethania: El Carmen: Coffey Ave. 90 11:04 Avance, 16C-N & St. 74-0 10:58 2:26 PEl Ave 3C-N Bldg. Galimar Via Brazil 10:55 2:27 PE4 Coffey Ave. 51 11:06 Curundu Elementary School 11:20 2:10 Via Brasil Clinica El Carmen 10:56 2:26 PE4 Kobbe Elementary School 11:20 Los Rios Elementary School 11:25 2:05 El Cangrejo: 21 St. 61A-O Bldg. Liliana 10:58 2:47 PE6 Los Rios Elementary School PK-2(toschool):ElDoradoVilladelasFuentes#1,Bethania, Ave 4B-N C/F Bldg. Amelia 10:59 2:49 PE6 Villa Caceres. Ave 4BN Einstein Statue 11:00 2:50 PE6 LRE -I (to school): Cardenas El Dorado Area: (Casa de la Came) BS (side) Qtrs 7215 7:43 2:24 St.71 (Henry Restaurant y Lindo) 10:40 2:34 PE8 Via Argentina and Ave 5A-N 11:02 2:52 PE6 BS (across) Qtrs 7239 7:44 2:25 St. 71 & Ave 14B-N 10:41 2:39 PE8 Hotel Las Vegas 11:04 2:54 PE6 BS (across) Qtrs 7264 7:45 2:26 St. 72 & Ave 14B-N 10:42 2:38 PE8 Diablo Elementary School 11:20 2:05 BS (side) Qtrs 7230 7:46 2:27 St. 73 & Ave 14B-N 10:43 2:36 PE8 BS (side) Qtrs 7226 7:47 2:28 St. 74 (Momi Cake Store) 10:44 2:25 PElA PK-5 (to school): El Bosque, Linda Vista, Condado del Rey, PCC Qtrs 6594 7:49 2:20 Villa de las Fuentes #1: Altos del Chase, El Dorado, Dos Mares, La Alameda, La PCC Qtrs 6541 7:50 2:19 Edificio Neptuno 10:45 2:25 PE2 Loceria. Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Ave 23E-N (Via Big Fountain Qtrs 21)10:50 2:27 PE2 El Bosque: La Gloria: El Bosque Supermarket 10:30 2:35 PE7 LRK -1 (from school): Curundu Ave 21C-N & St. 75A-0 10:52 2:29 PE2 Linda Vista (Supermarket) 10:35 2:42 PE7 Los Rios Elementary School 10:35 Villa Caceres: Condado del Rey Qtrs 390 (Corner) 10:42 2:58 PE7 Flats Wacelir Rd. Qtrs 2310 10:51 Ave 21E-N & St. 76 10:53 2:31 PE2 Villa de las Fuentes #2: Constr. Qtrs 2320 10:53 Buenos Aires: Main St. Qtrs B-23 10:57 2:41 PE12 Old Post Office 2062 10:55 St. 76 & Ave 18E-N (Rio de Janeiro) 10:55 2:34 PE2 Main St. Tennis Court (near Qtrs 47D) 10:58 2:40 PE12 Clubhouse Rd 2006 10:57 St 78E Salvador & St 78D Salvador 10:57 2:37 PE2 Main St. Qtrs E40 -Qtrs M11 10:59 2:45 PE12 Escude Rd. 1981/1987 10:59 Ave 20G-N and Altos del Chase: Trailers Via Horse Stable 11:00 Ave 80B-O (Libertadores) 10:59 2:39 PE2 Ave 22B-N House P-10 11:02 2:30 PE7B Ave 80B-O (Altos Miraflores Ent.) 11:00 2:40 PE2 Ave 23B-N and St. 73C-O Qtrs 25L 11:03 2:31 PE7B LRK -2 (to school): Diablo, Cardenas, Corozal Altos de Betania: Ave 23B-N and St. 72C-O Qtrs 18L 11:04 2:32 PE7B Diablo Terrace 250/260/265 10:55 2:22 LRE4 Ave 23EN & Ave 12D-N 11:02 2:42 PE2 St. 72 1/2-0 and Ave 17B-N 11:05 2:39 PE7B Corozal (PCC) 6575/6589 11:00 2:08 LRE1 St. 75-0 (Lavanderia Super Klin) 11:04 2:46 PE2 (near Niko's) Cardenas Qtrs 7230/7215/7226 11:05 2:10 LRE1 Betania Camino Real: St. 71B-O (New York Taxi Store) 11:06 2:41 PE71B Cardenas Qtrs 7264 (across) 11:07 2:15 LRE1 Pribanco (Front Gago) 11:06 2:43 PE8 Las Mercedes: A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates junior or senior high schools. 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-*jBack to School Bus Schedule Arp TimesC7 Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Ave. Boulevard, Pribanco (Corner) 11:08 2:30 PE12 Los Rios Elementary School 7:55 2:05 House #74 7:11 2:33 St. 68-O House #71 11:10 2:32 PE12 La Loceria: St. 67 House #151 11:11 2:33 PE12 PE-4 (to school): San Francisco (Via Porras -Calle 50), Almacen El Lider 7:14 2:37 Dos Mares: Altos del Golf, El Carmen. Villa Soberania (bus stop) 7:15 2:38 Pacific Hills Bldgs. 11:13 2:30 PE13 San Francisco: Ave. 22A House 118 7:16 2:39 St. 3a Front J-l/16A-F 11:14 2:31 PE13 Villa Lilla Entrance & Via Porras Balboa Elementary School 7:35 2:05 La Alameda: (Shell Gas Station) 6:40 2:35 Alexandra Bldg. (Hebrew Academy) 11:16 2:27 PE7A Altos del Golf, Villas del Golf Bldg. 6:45 2:40 PE-7B: Altos del Chase, El Dorado. Altazor Bldg. 11:17 2:26 PE7A Street 72-E 6:53 2:45 Altos del Chase: La Loceria: Ave 3C-S and Via Porras (Esso Station) 6:55 2:47 Ave. 22B-N (House P-10) 7:17 2:30 Villa Soberania BS 11:19 2:38 PE7A Street 74 and Street 50 7:03 2:58 Ave. 23B-N & St. 73C-0 (Qtrs 25L) 7:18 2:31 Balboa Elementary School 11:30 2:05 Street 67 and Street 50 7:06 3:00 Ave. 23B-N & St. 72C-0 (Qtrs 18L) 7:19 2:32 Ave 3C-Sur and Cincuentenario 7:11 3:05 Ave. 22B-N & St. 74F-0 (Corner) 7:20 2:33 PK-6 (to school): Las Cumbres. **St. 50 & St. 79-E (Hebrew Society) 7:13 3:07 Ave. 22B-N & Ave. 19B-0 (Corner) 7:21 2:34 Las Cumbres: *Marriott Hotel (Front) 7:15 3:10 Ave. 19B-0 & St. 74F-0 (Corner) 7:22 2:35 Villa Zaita Entrance Via Porras (Bahia Azul) 7:17 3:12 Ave. 21 B-N & St. 72C-0 Qtrs 43H 7:24 2:37 (Fonda Andy's) 10:41 2:42 PE10 Via Porras (Car Wash) & St. 62-E 7:18 3:13 St. 72 1/2-0 and Ave 17B-N 7:26 2:39 El Rocio Entrance 10:44 2:44 PE10 Via Porras and St. 62A and Ave lAS 7:19 3:17 (near Niko's Cafe) Calle 5 Entrance 10:47 2:47 PE10 El Carmen: El Dorado: Los Caobos 10:50 2:50 PE10 Via Porras Ave 2aC-N (Mr. Pan) 7:23 2:29 St. 71B-0 New York Taxi Store 7:28 2:41 Ave Francisco Arias Paredes (Front Ave 3C-N Bldg. Galimar 7:25 2:27 Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05 School Melchor L. De La Vega) 10:55 2:55 PE10 Via Brazil, Agencias Daewoo 7:31 2:24 La Hacienda Restaurant 10:57 2:57 PEIO Herbruger: PE-8: Los Angeles, Bethania, El Dorado. Las Glorietas 10:58 2:58 PE10 Ave 6CN Teatro en Circulo 7:34 2:23 Los Angeles: Las Cumbrecitas Entrance Diablo Elementary School 7:52 2:05 Juan Pablo, Front Horse Stable 6:54 3:08 (El Lago Supermarket) 11:00 3:00 PE10 Ave. 11 (Bldg. El Trimaran) 7:03 3:01 Curundu Elementary School 11:20 2:10 PE-5: Obarrio, Paitilla, Dos Mares. St. 62 House 16-A 7:05 2:59 Los Rios Elementary School 11:25 2:05 Obarrio: St. 62C-0 & Ave. 7C-N (Ma.Jane Bakery) 7:06 2:58 Samuel Lewis, Street 56 6:40 2:40 St. 63A-E House B11 7:09 2:55 PK-7 (to school): Arraijan Samuel Lewis, Street 57 6:42 2:42 Bethania: Nuevo Arraijan -Chapala (Entrance) 10:45 3:00 PEl 1 Samuel Lewis, Street 60 6:44 2:44 Camino Real (Front IPHE) 7:16 2:46 Nuevo Arraijan -Bello Amor 10:46 2:56 PEl 1 Samuel Lewis, Street 54 6:46 2:46 Pribanco (Front GAGO Supermarket) 7:18 2:43 Nuevo Vista Alegre, Ave 3A-S (Front Kinder Claret) 6:48 2:48 Rene Sofia #9121 7:20 2:45 Villa Blanca Bakery 2:50 PEI 1 Via Brazil (Discoteca Nexus)& Ave 3A-S 6:50 2:50 Banvivienda Bank 7:24 2:44 Nuevo Arraijan/Misti-Gas Station 10:48 Paitilla: El Dorado: Vista Alegre, Rio Indio -Bus Stop 10:50 2:47 PEI 1 Via Israel and St. 57 (Kodak Shack) 6:55 2:55 Ave. 14B-N & St. 71 7:26 2:39 Bique (Entrance) Bus Stop 2:45 PE 1I Street 50 and St. 56 7:00 3:00 Ave. 14B-N & St. 72 7:27 2:38 Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Bus Stop 10:52 2:43 PEII Jardineria Ibanez 7:03 3:03 Ave. 14B-N &St. 73 7:29 2:36 Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Bus Stop 10:53 2:39 PEl I Calle 53-E (7-Eleven) Marbella 7:05 3:05 St. 71 Restaurante Henry y Lindo 7:30 2:34 Caceres, Vergel Flower Garden 10:55 2:37 PEI 1 Centro Medico Paitilla BS Main 7:06 3:06 Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:10 Caceres, Seminario Bautista 10:57 2:35 PEI 1 Via Italia, Paitilla Inn (Parking Lot) 7:08 3:08 Los Rios Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Arraijan Texaco Gas Station 10:59 2:33 PEI 1 Via Italia, Bldg. Las Perlas 7:09 3:09 Arraijan, Chalet 3444/Social Security 11:00 2:32 PEI I Via Italia, Bldg. Villa Magna 7:11 3:10 PE-9: Hato Pintado (12 de Octubre), Vista Heriposa. Arraijan, IRHE Bldg 11:02 2:30 PEI I Via Italia, Bldg. Brisa Marina 7:12 3:11 Hato Pintado: Arraijan Public Bus Stop 11:04 2:28 PEI I Via Italia Plaza Paitilla BS 7:13 3:12 El Ingenio Ave. 12C-N (Banco General) 6:50 2:21 Howard AFB Elementary School 11:20 2:05 Dos Mares: El Ingenio Ave. 12C-N 6:52 2:23 Pacific Hills Bldgs. 7:25 2:25 (Bodega Francisco) PE-1 (toschool): El Romeral,Juan Diaz, Campo Lindbergh, Circunvalacion & Calle 3A House #E-17B 7:27 2:23 12 de Octubre (Delta Gas Station) 7:00 2:25 Chanis, Villa Caceres. St.71B-0 & Ave. 23 1/2 B-N (Pribanco) 7:29 2:21 12 de Octubre (Shell Gas Station) 7:02 2:27 Santa Marta, Ave. 2C-S Diablo Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Via Espana: (Banco General) 6:45 2:53 Street 79-0 & Ave 3C-N 7:05 2:30 Juan Diaz Area: PE-6: La Cresta, Bella Vista, Campo Alegre, El Cangrejo. Street 69-0 & Ave lB-N (Near Nestle) 7:06 2:32 Campo Lindbergh Entrance (Dairy Queen) 6:51 2:47 La Cresta: Mc Donald's (San Fernando Hospital) 7:07 2:33 Chanis Area: Via Espana & Ave 1-N Budget Car Rental 7:08 2:29 Barriada San Fernando St. 66-0 (Front 7:09 2:34 El Romeral Entrance 7:00 2:39 Ave 3A-S Sanwa Bank 7:09 2:30 Centro de Agencias) Super Market Gago 7:03 2:36 Ave 3A-S Costa del Sol Apartments 7:10 2:31 Vista Hermosa: Comisariato El Progreso 7:05 2:35 Bella Vista: Transismian & St. 65-0 (Esso Station) 7:19 2:44 (Ave. Santa Elena) Ave Peru Hotel Costa Inn 7:12 2:32 Diablo Elementary School 7:55 2:05 Curundu Elementary School 7:45 2:10 Ave Colombia & St. 45 (La Exitosa) 7:13 2:34 Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Campo Alegre: PE-10: El Milagro, Las Cumbres. Ave 56 St. 7/49E 7:15 2:37 El Milagro, Tumba Muerto (IRHE/INTEL) 6:30 2:30 PE-lA (to school): Villa de las Fuentes #1, Bethania. St. 49 (Lloyd's Bank) 7:16 2:40 Las Cumbres: Ave. 8C-N and Ave. 74-0 7:15 2:45 St. 50-E Front Valenti's Restaurant 7:17 2:41 Villa Georgina Entrance 6:44 2:44 Villa de Las Fuentes #1: (Near Hotel Continental) Villa Zaita Entrance (Fonda Andy's) 6:46 2:46 Via St. 74 (Momi Cake Store) 7:25 2:25 Ave 4A-S and Uruguay (IBM) 7:18 2:42 El Rocio Entrance BS 6:48 2:48 La Gloria: El Cangrejo: Calle 5 Entrance 6:49 2:49 St. 75-0 and Ave 21C-N 7:26 2:30 Ave Manuel Batista (Cali Edificio) 7:23 2:45 Los Caobos Entrance BS 6:50 2:50 St. 75-D and Ave 19C-N 7:28 2:32 St. 49B (corner) Via Argentina 7:25 2:48 La Hacienda Restaurant 6:53 2:53 St. 75F-0 and Ave 21 C-N 7:30 2:33 Einstein Circle Ave 4B-N 7:28 2:49 Las Glorietas Entrance 6:56 2:56 St. 75D-0 and Ave 17C 7:32 2:34 Ave 4B-N St. F Bldg. Amelia 7:30 2:50 Melao Supermaket 6:59 2:59 Avance, Ave 16-C and St.74-0 7:33 2:35 Via Argentina (Banco General) 7:35 2:52 Las Cumbrecitas Entrance (El Lago S/M) 7:01 3:01 Curundu Elementary School 7:45 2:10 Hotel Las Vegas 7:37 2:54 Curundu Elementary School 7:40 2:10 Los Rios Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Diablo Elementary School 7:50 2:05 Los Rios Elementary School 7:45 2:05 PE-2 (to school): Villa de las Fuentes #1, Bethania, Villa PE-7: Club de Montana, El Bosque, Linda Vista, PE-11: Arraijan Caceres, Miraflores. Castilla de Oro. Nuevo Arraijan -Chapala (Entrance) 7:00 3:00 Villa de las Fuentes #1: Club de Montana 6:52 2:34 Nuevo Arraijan -Bello Amor 7:02 2:56 Neptuno Bldg. 7:15 2:25 El Bosque: Nuevo Vista Alegre, Bus Stop 7:05 2:53 Ave. 23E-N House #21 7:20 2:27 El Bosque Supermarket 6:54 2:35 Nuevo Vista Alegre, Villa Blanca Bakery 2:50 La Gloria: St. Los Sauces & St. Laurel 6:55 2:36 Nuevo Arraijan/Misti-Gas Station 7:07 Ave. 21C-N and St. 75A-0 7:22 2:29 St. Las Almendras & St. Veraneras 6:57 2:37 Vista Alegre, Rio Indio -Bus Stop 7:09 2:47 Ave 21E-N St. 76 (Buenos Aires) 7:25 2:31 St. Las Almendras & Acacias 7:00 2:40 Bique (Entrance) Bus Stop 7:11 2:45 Villa Caceres: Linda Vista: Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Bus Stop 7:14 2:43 St. 76 & Ave 18E-N (Rio Janeiro) 7:27 2:34 Supermarket 7:08 2:42 Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Bus Stop 7:17 2:39 Ave 20F-N & St. 78D (Salvador) 7:28 2:37 House L-16/L-17 (Vacant Lot) 7:09 2:45 Caceres, Vergel Flower Garden 7:19 2:37 Ave 20F-N & St. 78E (Salvador) 7:30 2:39 House M-35 (Corner) 7:10 2:46 Caceres, Seminario Bautista 7:21 2:35 Miraflores: Condado del Rey: Arraijan Texaco Gas Station 2:33 Ave 20G-N & 80B-0 (corner Behind House #328 7:14 2:51 Arraijan, Chalet 3444/Social Sec. Bldg 7:22 Los Libertadores Bldgs.)' 7:32 2:41 House #380 7:15 2:56 Arraijan, IRHE Bldg 7:23 Ave 80B-0 (Altos de Miraflores) 7:33 2:42 House #390 7:17 2:58 Arraijan, Public Bus Stop 7:31 2:30 St. 77-B, House #47-A (front) 7:34 2:43 Castilla de Oro (Entrance) 7:20 3:00 Howard AFB Elementary School 7:45 2:05 Ave 18G-N Ave 19E-N (Rio Janerio) 7:35 2:44 Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05 Farmacia San Gerardo (Ave la Paz) PE -12: Las Mercedes, Villa de las Fuentes #2. & 12 C North 7:36 2:45 PE-7A: La Alameda, La Loceria. Las Mercedes: Altos de Bethania: La Alameda (Ave. Makario III de Chipre): Calle 68-0 House #71 7:15 2:30 St. 75-0 and Ave 12D-N Bldg. Alpha 7:04 2:25 Ave. Boulevard, Pribanco (corner) 7:16 2:32 (Super Klin) 7:38 2:51 Bldg. Altazor 7:05 2:26 St. 67 House #151 7:17 2:33 St. 74 and St. 15C-N 7:41 2:51 Bldg. Alexandra (Hebrew Academy-Front) 7:06 2:27 Villa de las Fuses #2: Curundu Elementary School 7:50 2:10 House #56 7:07 2:28 Main St. House H 13 Front 1-26 7:20 2:36 A letter "K" at the end of a route number indicates kindergarten, "E" indicates elementary school, and "S" indicates junior or senior high schools. Continued on next page

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C8Tropic Tieto eh 1 C8 '.qi7' --Back to_ School Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Location Depart Return Ave. 3a House D-72 7:22 2:38 Teatro en Circulo 6:18 3:21 St. 75-0 & Ave 21C-N 6:43 3:25 Main St. Tennis Court (near Qtrs 47D) 7:24 2:40 Ave 2C-N (Mr. Pan) 6:20 3:26 St. 75D-O & 17C 6:44 3:27 Ave la House B-23 7:25 2:41 San Francisco: Altos de Betania: St. 22B-N Qtrs P-10 7:27 2:42 Villa Lilla (Shell Gas Station) 6:23 3:29 St. 71-0 & Camino Real 6:48 3:33 Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05 Via Porras (Edif. Altos del Golf) 6:26 3:31 St. 68-0 & Camino Real (Near Savoy) 6:50 3:34 Via Porras (Edif. Los Caobos) 6:28 3:33 St. 68-0 & Camino Real (Front IPHE) 6:51 3:35 PE -13: Dos Mares. Ave 5B-S (Marriot Hotel) 6:31 3:38 Ave 8A-N & Camino Real 6:52 3:36 Dos Mares: St. 50 & St. 79-E (Hebrew Society) 6:36 3:43 Ave 8A-N & St. 65 6:53 3:37 Circunvalacion & Calle 3A House #E-17B 7:24 2:28 St. 75 (S/M El Rey) 6:38 3:40 St. 65 Oeste (FICSA) 6:54 3:39 Pacific Hills 7:26 2:30 St. 70-E (7-Eleven) 6:40 3:42 Los Angeles: St. 3a Front J1/16A-F -2:31 St. 64-E (Car Wash -Bikini Shop) 6:42 3:44 Ave 7-N & St. 63-0 6:59 3:42 Ave 23 & 28 B North House #J-32B (Park) 7:28 2:32 Paitilla: Ave 7-N & St. 62-0 7:01 3:44 Balboa Elementary School 7:45 2:05 St. 56 & St. 50 (Grupo ASSA Bldg.) 6:47 3:50 Via Brazil Ave IOA (Buen Comer Rest.) 7:04 3:46 Calle 53-E (7-Eleven) Marbella 6:49 3:55 Curundu Jr. High School 7:15 2:35 NOTE: The PSbusestransportstudentstoBolbooHighSchool Via Italia & St. 53-A 6:52 3:59 Balboa High School 7:25 2:55 and Curundu J,. High School Via Italia (Bldg.) Brisas Marina 6:54 4:00 PS -1: Juan Diaz, Campo Lindbergh, El Romeral, Chanis, Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35 PS-8: Condado del Rey, Las Mercedes, Dos Mares, La Villa Caceres. Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 Alameda, La Loceria. Santa Marta: Condado del Rey: Ave. 2C-S (Banco General) 6:08 4:42 PS-5: Bella Vista, Campo Alegre, El Cangrejo, La Cresta. Playground 6:28 3:21 Juan Diaz. Area: Bella Vista: Castilla de Oro (Entrance) 6:32 3:25 Campo Lindberg Entrance (Dairy Queen) 6:15 4:35 Hotel Costa Inn 6:25 3:20 Las Mercedes: Chanis Area: Ave 5B & St. 49E 6:28 3:22 St. 68-0 House #71 7:05 3:54 El Romeral (Entrance) 6:20 3:30 Campo Alegre: Ave. 17B-N & 71B-0 (BancoLat) 7:07 Gago (Front) 6:25 3:25 St. 49 (Lloyds Bank) 6:30 3:25 Ave. 17B-N & 71B-0 (Feduro) -3:56 Ave. Santa Elena (Comi. El Progreso) 6:30 3:20 Ave 3A-S (Sanwa Bank) 6:33 3:27 Dos Mares: Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35 Ave 3A-S (Costa del Sol Apartments) 6:36 3:30 Pacific Hills 7:08 3:57 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 St. 50-E Front Valenti's Restaurant 6:39 3:33 Calle Circunvalacion House #E17-B 7:09 3:58 Ave 3A-S (Claret Kinder) 6:42 3:34 Calle Circunv. House #J32-B (Park) 7:10 3:59 PS-2: Hato Pintado, Via Espana, Obarrio. Ave Ricardo Arango & St. 60 6:45 3:36 La Alameda: Hato Pintado: El Cangrejo: Ave Macario III de Chipre, 7:11 4:00 12 October (Delta Gas Station) 6:20 3:15 Via Argentina & Street 49B-0 6:49 3:40 Academia Hebrea 12 October (Shell Gas Station) 6:22 3:18 Bermudez e Hijos 6:51 3:42 Ave Macario II de Chipre, Via Espana: Via Argentina & Ave 3-N (Arrocha) 6:53 3:45 St. 62C-O 7:12 4:01 7 Street 79-0 6:25 3:23 Via Argentina (Banco General) 6:55 3:48 La Loceria: Street 79-0 & Ave 3C-N 6:27 3:25 St. 49B-0 (Hotel Las Vegas) 6:57 3:50 Ave 19A-N & St. 61B-0 7:13 4:02 Mc Donalds (near San Fernando Hospital) 6:32 3:30 La Cresta: Ave 19A-N & Paical Street 7:16 4:04 Barriada San Fernando St. 66-0 6:38 3:37 Via Espana & Ave 1-N (Budget Rent-Car) 7:02 3:55 Via Juan Pablo BS .7:18 4:07 (Front Centro de Agencias) Martin Sosa Almacen Hallman 7:06 4:00 Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35 Obarrio (Via Brazil): Curundu Jr. High School 7:20 2:35 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 !DAAN 6:50 3:47 Balboal High School 7:30 2:55 Gago Supermarket 6:53 3:50 PS-9: Las Cumbres, Club de Montana, El Bosque, Linda ESSO Gas Station 6:59 3:52 PS-7: El Dorado, Betania, Los Angeles. Vista, Villa de las Fuentes #2. Curundu Jr. High School .7:20 2:35 El Dorado: Las Cumbres: Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 Esso Gas Station 6:38 3:18 Villa Georgina Entrance 6:12 3:41 St. 74 & Ave 14B-N (Momni's) 6:40 3:20 El Rocio Entrance 6:15 3:44 PS-4: El Carmen, San Francisco, Paitilla. Villa de La Fuentes #1 Ave 22C-N #21G 6:42 3:22 Los Caobos Entrance 6:18 3:47 El Carmen: La Gloria: La Hacienda Restaurant 6:21 3:50 Calle 5 Entrance 6:24 3:53 Las Glornetas Entrance 6:27 3:56 Las Cumbrecitas Entrance 6:30 3:59 Low prce s hoo l nc es Esso Gas Station (Los Andes) 6:50 3:36 Low-priced school lunches Esltr des)u Club de Montana 6:55 3:31 S/M El Bosque 6:58 3:28 available for some families Ltnda Vista( Linda Vista (Supermarket) 7:00 3:26 FORT CLAYTON (USARSO PAO) -Balboa High *Household size of seven -annual, $47,305; month, Linda Vista, Cable Onda '90 7:02 3:24 School, Curundu Junior High School and Cristobal Junior $3,943; week, $910 Villa de las Fuentes #2: and Senior High Schools offer students hot lunches each *Household size of eight -annual, $52,577; month, Qtrs B-23 7:07 3:19 day. $4,382; week, $1,012 Tennis Court (near Qtrs 47D) 7:08 3:18 For families at the following income levels, free or *Each additional member add -annual, $5,273; Qtrs E40 7:09 3:17 reduced prices for these meals are available: month, $440; week $102 Qtrs Ml 1 7:10 3:16 *Household size of one -annual, $15,670; month, The reduced price for a lunch coupon book is $4. ST. 74 F-O Qtrs 35 -Qtrs F-21 7:11 3:15 $1,306; week, $302 Applications are available at the schools or at Army Curundu Jr. High School 7:22 2:35 *Household size of two -annual, $20,942; month, Community Service in Building 155, Fort Clayton, and Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 $1,746; week, $403 Building 8348, Margarita Complex. *Household size of three -annual, $26,215; month, When applications have been filled out, make an PS-9A: Villa Caceres, Altos de Bethania, Altos del Chase. $2,185; week, $505 appointment at ACS to have it reviewed. Applicants Villa20-Nrand Ave 12C-N 6:30 3:57 *Household size of four -annual, $31,487; month, will need to bring their last income tax return, a copy of Ave 20G-N (corner behind Los 6:32 3:58 $2,624; week, $606 a recent Leave and Earnings Statement and family Libertadores) *Household size of five -annual, $36,760; month, members identification cards to verify total family Ave 12C-N & Ave 18-E 6:33 3:59 $3,064; week $707 income. Altos de Betania: *Household size of six -annual, $42,032; month, For appointments or more information, call 287Ave de La Paz, Farmacia San Gerardo 6:35 3:41 $3,503; week $809 6322/6338 or 289-4010. Street 75-0 Lavanderia Super Klin 6:38 3:51 Street 74 and St. 15C-N 6:40 3:53 Altos del Chase: Mi Coche Car Wash 6:50 3:25 Ave. 23 B-N Qtrs 64 6:53 3:28 Ave. 23 B-N St.72-O 6:56 3:31 Curundu Jr. High School 7:15 2:35 Balboa High School 7:30 2:55 PS-10: Arraijan Nuevo Arraijan -Chapala (Entrance) 6:07 3:53 Nuevo Arraijan -Bello Amor 6:09 3:52 Vista Alegre, Rio Indio -Bus Stop 6:12 3:51 Bique (Entrance) Bus Stop 6:14 3:49 Cerro Silvestre (Entrance) Bus Stop 6:16 3:48 Nuevo Chorrillo (Entrance) Bus Stop 6:19 3:47 Caceres, Vergel Flower Garden 6:21 3:46 Caceres, Seminario Bautista 6:22 3:45 Arraijan Texaco Gas Station 3:43 Arraijan, Chalet 3444/SS Bldg 6:23 Arraijan, IRHE Bldg 6:24 Arraijan Public Bus Stop 6:42 3:41 Balboa High School 7:20 2:55 Curundu Jr. High School 7:30 2:35