Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: November 21, 1969
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00744
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Vol.Vll, N. 2 Moe Tan 5 Yars f Srvie t Wold ommrceFriday, November 21, 1969


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The per diem allowance for Canal
employees has been raised from $16

:to$25 a da oTh unm Ote an
the standardized Covernment travel
regulations were amended by the
Bureau of the Budget.
Per diem is the travel and trans-
portation allowance paid to newly
recruited employees while travel-
ing in the continental United States;
to employees on home leave; for
official business travel in the United
States, and for repatriation.
Those employees who left the
Canal Zone before November 10
will receive the former $16 rate
even though they may be perform-
ing official travel after Novem-
her 10.

Pr d t a (IdS

@SI en
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employees for

Economy, Work

Federal employees have received
.
a pat on the back from President
Nixon for thpir high quality of work
and constructive ideas for Govern-
ment economy during fiscal year
1969.
In a letter from the White House,
the President said a record was
reached during the year for the
number of awards given employees
for superior work and for sugges-
tions that resulted in reduced costs.
The letter follows.
"In the last fiscal year more em-
ployees than ever before received
awards for their superior work and
for their constructive suggestions to
improve Government operations.
A new record was set by the $195
million in benefits from employee
ideas that saved man-hours, con-
served supplies, and reduced costs.
"These outstanding results could
not have been achieved without
teamwork and extra effort by many
people at many levels of our Fed-
eral organizations. I am delighted
to send a hearty and very personal
"Thank You!" to everyone in Cov-
ernment for their contributions to
this record.
"In many areas of importance to
car citizens, the Government must
carry out new functions and achieve
new or more demanding objectives,
It is crucial that we search con-
stantly for the most economical, the
most efficient, and the most effee-
tive procedures to carry out these
nnssions,
"I deeply appreciate your help
in this effort. I am confident that we
will continue to improve this record
of achievement."





TO Have Display

An art exhibit featuring the
work of Coryne Anderson and
Agnes H. Bowen is now on display
at the JWB Art Callery and will
continue through Saturday, Novem-
ber 29.
Oils and acrylics are on exhibit
along with works demonstrating
the use of resin, lead, half relief,
collage, assemblage, and ceramic
media.


Do you know what numbers
to call in an emergency? Below
are three important numbers.
Clip them out and tape them
across the front of your tele-
phone base, or paste above a
wallphone.
POLICE 110 FIRE 119
POISON CENTER 2-2600
PHYSICIAN,
PACIFIC AREA 2-1211
PHYSICIAN,
ATLANTIC AREA 3-1211


EUa S E CVIS8 n


Udge TOWe,


Speaker for

Thanksgiving

Gov. W. P. Leber will read the
presidential proclamation at the
Canal Zone Thanksgiving Day
observance which will be held at
the Balboa Theater, November 27,
at 9:30 a.m. The Thanksgiving
address will be given by Judge
Cuthrie Crowe, of the U.S. District
Court
Judge Crowe is a native of Ken-
tucky and has been at his present
post since 1952. He was admitted
to the Bar in 1933 and served as
a municipal judge, member of the
Kentucky legislature, and commis-
sioner of the State police. Also he
was engaged in private practice. He
is currently chainnan of the local
YMCA, the Admissions Committee
of the United Fund, and is a past
chairman of the board of the Canal
Zone Chapter of the Red Cross.
The Thanksgiving observance is
sponsored by the civilian and mil-
itary clergy of the Pacific Religious
,
Workers Association. Participants
in this years' interfaith service
include: Chaplain (Commander)
Harry Holland, Chaplain (Major)
Alan M. Greenspan, The Reverend
Stephen J. Strouse, The Venerable
Lemuel B. Shirley, The Right Rev-
erend R. Heber Gooden, and Chap-
lain (Lt. Col.) James H. Griffin.
78 L / High
OCS

School GraduateS

Ontinue StuditS
The annual follow-up study of
the 1969 classes of Balboa and Cris-
tobal High Schools shows that most
of the 557 graduates am continuing
their education.
Some 435 or 78 percent are
attending some form of post-sec-
ondary school. The majority, 381 or
68 percent, are enrolled in college.
The largest single concentration
of 1969 graduates is at the Canal
Zone College. The others are
attending 131 different colleges in
38 States, Puerto Rico, Panama,
Colombia, New Zealand, Ecuador,
and Germany.
Texas attracted more Canal Zone
students than any other State in
the Union. There are 23 Balboa and
Cristobal graduates attending 17
different colleges in Texas. The run-
ner-up State is Florida with 18
graduates attending 11 different
colleges.
There are 54, 10 percent, mem-
bers of the classes of 1969 con-
tinuing their education in institu-
tions other than colleges. These in-
clude technical schools, business
colleges, nursing schools, and
preparatory schools.
The anned forces attracted 38,
7 percent, including three of the
girl graduates. Ten percent, or 58,
are working, while another 2 per-
cent, 11, all girls, list their occupa-
tion as housewife.


TEEN CLUB DANCE
"The Truth" will play at the Bal-
boa Teen Club, tonight from 7:30
to 11:30 p.m. Dress for the evening
will be casual attire.


made by persons not employed by
the unit involved. Then a hearing
will be held by an appeals examiner
outside of the Company-Govern-
(Continued on p. 4)


THEPA AMACANL Gft ofte kPanama Cianal Murseum


impatiently for the big Thanksgiving turkey to be


The Canal organization has re-
vamped the system for processing
complaints of discrimination on
grounds of race, color, sex, or
national origin following a revision
of the U.S. Civil Service Commis-
sion's equal employment opportu-
nity regulations.
The new regulations went into
effect November 7 and the follow-
ing steps have already been taken
by the Canal organization:
Gov. W. P. Leber has named
four Equal Employment Opportu-
nity counselors as required by the
new Commission regulations. They
are Sylvester Callencler, community
relations assistant, Office of the
Governor-President; Raymond M.
Murphy, assistant superintendent,
Grounds Maintenance Branch, and
Joseph M. Watson, administrative
officer (personnel), Office of the
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau, on the Pacific side of the
Isthmus. Patricia M. Flores, admin-
istrative officer, Industrial Division,
will serve on the Atlantic side.
The counselors will serve on a
part-time basis, performing this
duty in addition to their regular
work. They have been trained by a
Personnel Bureau employee who
attended a training institute given
by the Civil Service Commission
in New York .
These counselors will handle
complaints of discrimination infor.
mally and will be disassociated from
the formal complaint process. Em-
ployees must consult one of these
counselors before a formal com-
plaint of discrimination may be
Bled against the Canal organization.
When a fonnal complaint of
discrimination is made on the
grounds of race, color, religion,
sex, or national origin, an impartial
investigation of the facts will be


Mrs. Patricia Fulton, 1970 and
1971.
Holdovers: Mrs. Darleen Ashby,
Douglas Schmidt, and Roland Bas
mason, 1970.
Alternates: Edna Kovel, Kenneth
Eryan, and Capt. Sam Londynsky,
1970.
Officers will be elected at the
meeting to be held the second
Wednesday in December and will
take office in January.
GAMBOA CIVIC COUNCIL
President: Floyd Holland, will
take once December 1 and will
select rest of officers on that day.
Councilmen elected to serve
.1-yc;u- D ans: Harold Harp and

Alternates: Robert Hayes, Ran-
dall Deakins, Jack Core, John Far-
row, and Clyde Follett.
CRISTOBAL-MARGARITA-
BRAZOS HEIGHTS CIVIC
COUNCIL
Elected for 3-year tenns: Capt.
IValter A. Reinheimer, Mrs. Doris
Sanders, Mrs. Majel Reinheimer,
Mrs. Barbara Spilling, Thomas S.
Polite, James MacDermott, Capt.
George McDonald, and Paul Ros-
meski.
Alternates: 1 year terms: Warren
Lentz, Mrs. Linda MacDermatt,
(Continued on p. 4)


Canal Zone voters who cast their
ballots for members of U.S. Civic
Council recently elected the follow-
ing persons:
PACIFIC CIVIC COUNCIL
Balbon-La Boca
Capt. Howard Buehler, Mrs. Mar~
jorie McBride, and Dr. Russell
Annis, 1970 and 1971.
Holdovers: Dr. Kenneth Lake'
Mrs. Mary Knapp, and Mrs. Elea-
nor Buehler, 1970.
Alternates: Clarence Vosburg,
Dr. Glen Murphy, and Daniel Jen.
kins, 1970.
Ancon-Balboa Heights
Henry Lee Charles Belden
Richard Olney, and Raymond La/
son 1970-71
'
Holdovers: Dr. Teodoro Arias
and Dr. Byron Efthimiadis, 1970.
Alternates: Rolando Winherg and
JamesKaufman,1970.
Diablo Heights
Cleve Soper, Miss Dorothy Han-
nigan, Mrs. Marg Butler, Robert
Webb, and Ernest Van Horn, 1970
and 1971.
Holdovers: Norman Altenburg,
1970.
Alternates: Joseph Watson and
Mrs. Margaret Bivin, 1970.
Los Rios-Corozal
Leo Krziza, Donald Lohse, and


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"Not yet, it hasn't been carved," Cynthia Hare admon-
ishes Tim Garber as he helps himself to an oversized
drumstick in a replica of a scene that will be taking
place all over the Canal Zone as youngsters wait


U.S Cii Con l





. .
Ult/Ott UOpC:i

The Sunday Brunch will be re-
stuned Sunday, November 23. The
menu will include assorted fruit
and juice tray, hot cakes, syrup and
honey, ham omelet, creamed eggs
on toast, hash brown potatoes,
rolled sausage, bacon, assorted dry
cereals, butter, toast, cinnamon
toast, jam and jelly, pineapple
muffins, Danish pastry, coffee, tea,
or milk. Brunch will be served in
the Roosevelt Room from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Price: $1.75 adults, $1.25
children.
ORIENTAL NIGHT
The Tivoli Guest House invites
you and your family to enjoy
Oriental cuisine on Oriental Night.
The menu for Monday, November
24, will feature chicken chop suey,
Chinese fried rice, sweet and sour
pork, tossed salad with Tivoli dress-
ing, relish tray, micha rolls and
butter, assorted pastries, beverage.
Call 2-2111 for reservations.
Seating: 5:30, 6:30, or 7:30 p.m.
Adults $1.65, children $1.10.

THANKSGIVING BUFFET
The Tivoli Cuest House an-
nounces its Thanksgiving Buffet
for November 27. The menu is ex.
pensive and includes: roast tom
turkey with dressing, cranberry
sauce and giblet gravy, Virginia
baked ham, mashed potatoes,
sweet potatoes, buttered peas,
mixed vegetables, relish tray, fresh
fruit tray, whole fresh fruits, sea
10001 Salads, nuts, pumpkin pie, fruit
cakes, assorted cookies, pastries,
and beverage. Reservations may be
made for seatings convenient to
you '
The seatings are 12 to 12:15,
2 to 2:15, 6 to 6:15, 8 to 8:30 p.m.
The price is adults $3.25, children
$2.
Call 2-2111 for reservations,


Lt. Col. James H. Griffin, president of the Pacific Religious Workers'
Association, presents a letter to Gov. W. P. Leber inviting him to read
the presidential proclamation at the community Thanksgiving observance,
which will be held at the Balboa Theater, November 27 at 9:30 a.m<.
The Thanklsg i CaddressMu we bgibenth USU SOD Judge





(Schedule subject to change without notice)


9:05-SqNL Specdal ef the Week:
10:00-The Third Man
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Here's Edie
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Mouse On The
2:00-Jh ra( e rThanksgiving
2:45-TI SlP rims
3 aRa osTomorrow
4:00-Holiday Playhouse:
5:30-Re"Eternally Yours"
6:00-Dateline
--- podNews In Spanish
mos-Hawaiicans
7:30-The Bill Anderson Show
8:00-SCN News
8,05-Per oComo's Thanksgivmg
9.00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-ArmchailrLT ater:
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Crossroads
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28

4 rP tnon of the Yukon
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Aft n ni Budget"
: -Antiman World
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6 --FCNtu wsFIn Se nish
7:30-Waterfront
8 Nne seeTErnieFord
8:30-Ar r en I i als
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Ar ck I ater:
ex Ont di y



Shop Early Today,
b 26 Balb
NOV0171 er at OR

Balboa Supermarket customers
should shop early today and
November 26, the nights when
the Army-Navy-Air Force "Iguana
Bowl" and "Turkey Bowl" football
games will be played, to help pre-
vent Congestion in the Balboa
parking lots.
Football fans are urged to use
the arkin lots alone Roosevelt
Avenue.


CHARM, MODELING

CO URSE OFFERED
A charm and modeling course for
the housewife will start Monday at
the USO-JWB Center in Balboa.
The class will meet Mondays and
Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. and
on Mondays and Fridays from 4 to
6 p.m. for the next 5V2 weeks.
Those interested in more infor-
mation concerning this course may
call 2-6336 or 2-1972-


sels Medical School in Belgium in
1965. He interned at Corgas Hos-
pital and served a 3-year residency
there in Internal Medicine. Dr.
Revello, his wife, Maria, and two
small children live in Coco Solo.
Dr. Joseph L. Lawrence, who has
been assigned to the Dental Clinic
at Coco Solo Hospital, was born in
Puerto Rico and is a graduate of
Cristabal High School. He attended
the University of Michigan and
Case Western Reserve University
Dental School and received his doc-
tor of dental surgery degree in June
1968. Dr. Lawrence spent a year
as a dental intern at the Veterans
Administration Hospital in Gaines-
ville, Fla., and is a member of the
American Dental Society.
Lee M. Tomlin, who has assumed
duties of supervisory medical tech-
nologist in the Clinical Laboratory
at Coco Solo Hospital, was born
in Illinois. He served as a hospital
corpsman in the U.S. Navy from
1953-55, and as an Air Force Lab-
oratory Technician from 1957-60.
Tomlin received a bachelor of
science degree in Education from
the University of Missouri in 1963.
He is registered as a medical tech-
nologist by the American Society
of Clinical Pathologists, and is an
active member of the American
Society of Medical Technologists
Prioratsoac i loe 7ne la o

ety of Medical Technologists and
"'as president-elect of its South-
western Chapter. He is married and
the father of a 12-year-old son.


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A biography of Agnes P. John-
son, wife of F. R. Johnson, assistant
chief of the Executive Planning
Staff, appears in the Sixth Edition
(M-71) of Who's Who Of Amer-
ican Women, an extension of Who s
Who in America and a component
volume of the Marquis Biographical
Library.
Artist-educator Mrs. Johnson was
born at Round Grove, Ill., and was
graduated from St. Cloud (Minn.)
Teachers College in 1923. She
received a bachelors degree from
the University of Minnesota in
1933 and a masters degree from
Columbia in 1961.
Mrs. Johnson also studied at the
Minnea solis School of Art and
Kansas City Art Institute. She
taught in schools at Alexandria and
St. Cloud, Minn., and was principal
of J. II. Freeman Junior-High
School. She also taught art at pub-
lic schools in Aurora, Ill., and at
Canal Zone Junior College.
A well-known artist and art
teacher, Mrs. Johnson's art works
have been exhibited at the Marshall
Field Calleries in Chicago; Colum-
bia University Art Shows, JWB
Art Callery, the Little Gallery at
the Tivoli Guest flouse National
League of American Pen Women,
1Vashington, U.S. Embassy in Pan-
ama, and other art shows in the
United StateS and Canal One.
Mrs. Johnson, who is active in
community activities, has been
president of several women's clubs
and OganizationS.

The family car lasts much longer
after the children are married.
a a a
A tax by any other name costs
Just as much.


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Three medical doctors, a dentist
and medical technologist have been
added to the professional staff
of Coco Solo Hospital recently.
Dr. Rodolfo E. Lawson, who was
born in Colon, Republic of Pan-
ama, attended medical school at
Madrid University in Spain and
recently completed 4 years train-
ing in Orthopedies at Corgas Hos-
pital. He is a member of the Medi-
cal Society of the Isthmian Canal
Zone and the Panamanian Ortho-
sedic Society. Dr. Lawson is mar-
1
ried and lives at Coco Solo with
his wife and two children.
Dr. Jaime J. Pujals, who has been
assigned to the Internal Medicine
Service, served 10 months as a staff
physician at Corgas Hospital in
1967. He was born in Puerto Rico
where he completed schooling
through high school and then
served in the U.S. Army. Dr. Pujals
attended the University of Madrid
Faculty of Medicine and graduated
f h U f S 11
grcol1xoolt ni rsityin 1962 He
spent his internship and first year
of residency at the Jewish Hospital
of Cincinnati, Ohio, and his second
and third year of residency at
Corges. Dr. Pujals was a member
of the Internal Medicine Staff at
the Veterans Administration Center
at Darton, Ohio, and an instructor
of clinical medicine at Ohio State
Umversity before returning to the
Canal Zone. He is a member of
the American Medical Association,
Montgomery County Medical Soci-
ety, and the Medical Society of the
Isthmian Canal Zone. Dr. Pujals
is married and the father of two
children.
Dr. Rar'll M. Revello, who is with
the Medical Service, was born in
Panama City and attended schools
there through high school. He
received his pre-medical training
at Kalamazoo College in Michigan
and his medical degree from Brus-


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:50-Parade of Sports
--Pentagon Forum
5:30-This Week In Pro-Football
2 endar ree
6:25-The Joey B shop Show
"is & Son

CThe 11 o Padlace
9 05 The Vital Link (NASA film)
10 oc OFroTund e Olympic
10 as satuniay Ni vie:

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23

ei tsophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-"Aerospace Officer of the
2:05-Danny Kaye
he vmgin' Country
3:55 CBS Golf Classic
eo I leDouglas Show
e la eton otf the Yukon
7 05-Bell Telephone Hour
-P lean
Dig soore Shoz
10 30-Focus On TodaY
nesSIs Th HHex-t


4 00NADt coliOVEMBER 24
4:15-Andy Griffith
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:00-Af liPO Budget,,

5:30-Th At C ri re week
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Animal Secrets
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Jimmy Rogers Show
8:00-SCN News
s:os-saga of western Man-
e-oo-ca' t lawaleTodParis"
9:05-The Good Guys Are Faster
9:20-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Four Star Playhouse
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25

4 it I rnm Sho1v
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Af ri s TBudget"
5:30-nattle Line
il 1ker's Country
Carnival
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Entertainers
8:00-SCN News
8:05-What The Cheering Was
All About (Special)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"History Is Made at Night"
:30 9 n1nT I
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26
4.00-Afternoon
4 is--vo YonKnow
5 co-scN Afternoon News
o aget"
e co-onteline
e News in spanists
7:05-The Johnny Cash Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Mouse On The
9:00-Caldaydi ceial)


a
Movr es

day, November 22, 1969
Thurs.-niggest Bundle Of Them All (A)
Fri.-The Alamo (AYC)

*
Special Matmees
(R), AYC or as Listed AAA

Saturday, November 22, 1969
BALBOA
10:00 a.m-
For The Love Of Mike-Riclurrd Base-
hart: Little boy and old priest have
dreams that come true. (Color.)
T-90 mins.
DIAB oilEIGHTS

The Great Sioux Massacre-Joseph Cot-
ten: The story of Custer's last stand-
(Color.) AY. T-08 mins.
GAMBOA

The Big MouthTJ rp.nLewis: The chase
is on as Jerry collides with police and
crooks. (St.) (Color.) T-114 mins.

COCO SOLO
2:oo p.m.
Prince Valiant-James Mason: Excitingly
recreated from the world-famous sernal
for the screen. (Technicolor.)
T-10S mins'
MARGARITA
2:oo p.m.
Disorderly Orderly-Jerry Lewis: A bung-
ling hospital orderly becomes enmeshed
in rib-tickling situations. T-96 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Doctor Doolittle--Hex Harrison: A great
musical spectacle . a veterinarian
who talke with animals. ( 5 mins.

oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
Ec e sa th 0 icl>rogram subject to
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
HI 2 neSp sh Titles.


At The
Week Beginning Satur

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Sat ,o2:G g ol Y n.-With S 30
Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:2 p.m.-Mon.,

T teSp NIT D U)ND)-
1Ved., 7:30 p.m.-Thurs., 2:30, 6:15,
8:20 p.m.-Fri., 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-
Popt A -matuHEIGHTS *

Sat.-Death Of A Gunfighter (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-112
inins.)-Ride The Wild Surf (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-The Chairman (AY,
C-mature)
Tues.-The Brotherhood (A)
Wed.-All The Young Men (AY)
Th us b2:00, 7:00-Blackbeard's Ghost
Fri.-Arizona Bushwhackers (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Navy vs.
Night Monsters (AY)
GAMBOA *
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Jungle Book (AYC)
Tm q--- le 1 ifho11xd(1t C-mature)
wed.-Blackbeard's Ghost (AYC)
-AHO Shooung0Me0ndA Cry For
Happy (AYC)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat.-Blackbeard's Ghost (AYC)
Sun., 100, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m-
File Of Golden Goose (A)
Tues.-Wed.-Only When I Larf (AY)
Thurs., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Fri., 7:00 p.In'
-With Six You Get Eggroll (AYC)
MARGARITA *
Sat.-In Cold Blood (A)
So hi e 2.00 p. I (T-95 mins.)
sun.-Mon. Ice Station Zebra (AYC)
Tues. -niggest nonale of Them All (A)
wed. I Aim At The Stars (AY)
Thurs., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-The Alamo
l*ri a gle Book (AYC)
I ri av on Show, 10:00 p.m.-Panic In

GATUN*
Sat.-Mission Mars (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-39 mins.)
-Deep In My Heart (AYC)
Sun.-Those Daring Young Men In Their
Tue De Gunlighter (A)


NOVember 21, 1969


Page 2


New Doctors Join StaFF


Thank~sgiving Proclamanion





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Zone 2% years ago to work in the
Government Printing Office in
Washington, D.C., has returned.
Don is being groomed to take over
as superintendent of the Printing
Plant, La Boca, when Jack Coffey
retires. Don worked at the Printing
Plant for 9 years before being lured
to Washington.
* *
SOGGY DOUGHNUT AWARD:
To Frank (The Beetle) Turman of
the Transportation Branch on his
interesting but not so successful
fishing trip to Volcan and returning
with the report of getting 37 fish
in 1 day.
* *
THE OLD SALT SAYS: "Trying
to cross the ocean in just a sailboat
is a very exciting way of getting
killed
"The stern is really just the rear
part of a boat, but it sounds more
dignified to say it the first way.
And, "if you are aheam, you are
at the right angle to the keel of
the ship. In other words you are
,,
drowned.


Abou Sand Clowns

j &#OTIN in

drdde OtnOHO W

mi i iLAboarsaaje j vnsF sthe
the Motor Patrol will be out in full
strength for the Shriners' Parade,
tomorrow.
The parade will fonn at the
Goethals Memorial at 10 a.m., pro-
ceed down Barnebey St., turn right
on Balboa Rd. to the post office,
turn right again down the Prado
and end at the Coethals Memorial.
The parade will be a part of the
initiation ceremony of 29 Master
Masons into the Ancient Arabic
Order of the Mystic Shrine who will
become members of the Abou Saad
Temple in the Canal Zone,
The program will begin at 7 a.m.
when the candidates report to the
Shrine Units Building on Caillard
Highway. Atlantic side candidates
will be escorted across the Isthmus
by the Atlantic side director's staff.
The first section will begin at
11 a.m. at the Ancon Temple fol-
low ed by lunch at noon. The second
section will be held at the Units
Building from 2 to 4:15 p.m.
The ceremonial banquet, which
will be held at the Tivoli Cuest
House, will begin at 6:30 p.m. with
a social hour, followed by dinner
at 7:30 p.m. There will be dancing
to the music of Lucho Azesirraga
until midnight. Dress for the ban-
quet will be fonnal or coat and tie.
All Nobles are requested to wear
the fez and admission to all activi-
ties will be a 1969 membership
card.

Grison News
The animal with probably the
strangest eating habits is the grison.
The fast, vicious, weasel-like ani-
mal will eat until it bursts, if per-
mitted.
Among the many unusual am-
mals Canal Zone residents are per-
mitted to keep in their houses is
I the explosive grison.


re- .new .-me-- -- ----
Sp4c. Alfred M. Ford

come Vieto Appointed
mer/CBH egfOn Official
George Vieto, chief, Transporta-
tion Branch, has been appointed a
vice chairman of the National Fo-
reign Relations Council of the
American Legion. He will serve
until the close of the 1970 fall
meeting of the National Executive
Committee.
The appointment was made in
recognition of his service to the
American Legion. He is a past de-
partment commander of the De
apartment of the Panama Canal
Zone.


POster Wmnner


MBERFwX_.C.o. :E'_-
Capt. Arthur L. Huckabay
Capt. Arthur L. Huckabay, son of
Monzell E. Huckabay of the Motor
Transportation Division, has his in-
signia of rank pinned on by his
wife, Lora, on his recent promotion
to captain at Augsburg, Germany.
Captain Huckabay completed a
2-week course of training at the
Jungle Warfare Training Center at
Fort Sherman in September and is
now stationed in Vietnam.
A A A
Sp4c. Alfred M. Ford, a 1968
honor graduate of Paraiso Junior-
Senior High School, was recently
awarded the Army Commendation


PB#1HS ange

'States AddreSS
For the information of persons
on the Isthmus who wish to cor-
respond with Brig. Gen. H. R. Par-
fitt, former Lieutenant Govemor of
the Canal Zone, and Mrs. Parfitt,
their new address is:
Southwestern Div., C.E.
1114 Commerce St.
Dallas, Tex. 75202


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Page


NOvember 21, 1969


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5
I

I
$..............
There are 34 days remaining
until Christmas and time enough to
do some serious shopping if you act
now. We haven't been able to cal-
culate the number of shopping days
left, what with some stores closed
on Sundays and others seemingly
opened at the whim of their owners.
At any rate, for those of you
who do your gift buying by catalog,
the Neiman-Marcus Christmas Book
is a must. For a girl you want
to impress, how about 100,000 gal-
lons of Aramis cologne delivered to
her doorstep in a tanker truck for
only $5 million. Or for your wife,
a one-of-a-kind Kojah mink coat for
between $125,000 and $150,000.
For the man of your choice there
are 18-carat gold calling cards at
$1,500 a dozen.
And "what little backyard-Noah
avouldn't absolutely adore his very
own private zoo? asks the fearless
catalog. With a zookeeper for 1 year
the cost is only $13,750 and in-
cludes a pair of North American
burros, New Zealand rabbits, goats
(one billy and one nanny), a pair
of longhair Shetland ponies, and
domestic white ducks.
Probably the most practical gift
from Neiman-Marous, not consider-
ing the useful clear vinyl, on a
leash-handle, dog's umbrella, is a
suspended highball glass which

angsn our a we an
It Egures that Neunan-Marcus

tr chain tl seTexasmssto s.Jo
son country haven't heard that in-
flation is curbing luxury-goods
sales. o a a

Talking about inflation, between
Our last haircut in Balboa the other
day and the one previous, about
2 months ago, the price of a trk
inflated from 90 cents to $1.15.
And like that.
e a a
Don Miller who left the Canal


SERVICE
Medal and the Bronze Star Medal
with "V" Device for heroism in con-
nection with military actions in-
volving conflict with an armed hos-
tile force in Vietnam.
Ford is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Ford of Paraiso and the
husband of Cladys Ford. He is with
Company A, 2d Battalion (Me-
chanized) 47th Infantry, 9th In-
4 fantry Division-
He distinguished himself by
valorous actions while serving as a
radiotelephone operator on a recon-
naissance force operation, according
to the commendation. In leading a
assault on enemy positions, he
maneuvered across 50 meters of
open terrain where he took up an
exposed position from which to re-
turn fire. During the conflict he
braved enemy fire to rush to the aid
of wounded and evacuate them to
safety.


Meeting in Vietnam are two 1962 graduates of Balboa High School.
Left to right are Capt. Dale A. Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell C*
Stevens of Gamboa, and Lt. Robert D. Bowman, son of Mrs. Audrey B.
Bowman of Balboa. Stevens is weather officer with Detachment 2, 30th
Weather Squadron stationed at Tan Son Nhut. He is a graduate of Okla-
homa University. Bowman, a graduate of Georgia Tech, is a pilot with
the 9th Special Operations Squadron at Bien Hoa.
1968. Captain Zent was stationed
in Vietnam from July 1968 to June
1969. During this time he flew 208
missions while stationed at Cam
Rahn Bay where he piloted a F-4C
Phantom Jet Fighter.
Captain Zent is the son of Mr.
..
and Mrs. Llewellyn Zent, formerly
of the Canal Zone and now res-
iding in Santa Fe, N. Mex. After
completing high school, Captain
Zent received an appointment to
the U.S. Air Force Academy from
which he was graduated with
honors in 1966. Later he underwent
pilot training prior to being assigned

lus on sm 1 c ay r
Vietnam.

Capt. Llewellyn Zent II


Capt. Llewellyn Zent II, a 1962
graduate of Balboa High School,
was recently awarded the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross and 1st
Oak Leaf Cluster. He also was
awarded 12 Oak Leaf Clusters to
his Air Medal.
The Distinguished Flying Cross
and cluster were awarded for
heroism while flying a combat
mission in support of a Special For-
ces camp under enemy attack. His
actions saved the camp from de-
struction and enabled allied forces
to gain a major victory August 28'


Capt. E. A. Cooper
Emerson A. Cooper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold M. Cooper of Gamboa,
was recently promoted to captain
in the U.S. Army. Cooper is a grad-
uate of Paraiso High School and
studied for 3 years at Oakwood
College in Huntsville, Ala., before
enlisting in the Army in 1966. Cap-
tain Cooper is company commander
of his unit at Fort Clayton where
he lives with his wife, the former
Miss Silvia Powell.


,
Displaying her winning Girl Scout calendar sale poster is Kim Hartshom
of Cadette Troop 18. Kim, of Fort Davis, earned a first place award for
her poster promoting the annual sale of calendars which ends tomorrow.
Proceeds go toward the camping program and other worthwhile projects.


IN


MEN





VFW-Balboa Baspball
Tryouts Tomorrow
Tryouts for the VFW-Balboa
baseball team in the Pacific Teenage
League will be held at 10 a.m.
tomorrow at Fastlich Park. Regular
team members are requested to
attend.
Eligible are boys from Balboa,
Balboa Heights, Ancon, La Boca,
Diablo Heights, and U.S. citizens
who reside in Panama and who
attend Balboa High School or Canal
Zone College.
Boys must be at least 16 years
of age on or before March 1, 1970,
but not have reached their 20th
birthday on or before March 1.
For further information call
C. B. Myers, 2-2166 (office) or
2-3282 (home).

ELKS PLANS DANCE
Elks Lodge No. 1414 will hold a
Thanksgiving Dance tomorrow for
members and guests featuring music
by the Mello-Tones and singer Jua-
nita McDaniels.

U.S. Civic Councils
(Continuedfromp.1)
Capt. John Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth
Smith, Andrew Barna, Louis Reh-
mann, Mrs. Elizabeth Rehmann,
and Elbert F. Ridge.
Election of officers for 1970 will
be held at a meeting to be held
January 7, 1970.



a a


Instobal
The satire takes place in the
smallest country in the world, which
has an Army of only two men, and
is run by a delightful unscrupulous
character. The little country be-
comes a diplomatic battleground
between the East and the West.
The play, suitable for the entire
family, becomes a boy-meets-girl
story when the Russian ambassador's
son falls in love with the daughter
of the United States ambassador
and international battles fade when
faced with "true love."
Reservations may be made by
calling Grace Williams at Margarita
Florist, Cristobal 1916.


News
The Panama Canal is putting
ships through the Canal faster these
days. Or so it would seem by the
traffic figures for November 2, when
35 Oceangoing vessels translated the
waterway with an average in-
transit time of 5.5 hours. This is the
time measured from the moment a
ship arrives at the first set of locks
until it departs from the last set of
locks on the other side of he Isth-
mus. On the same day, the average
Canal Zone waters time was 8.9
hours. The Marine Bureau reported
that this was the best time registered
since June 26, 1966, when 30 Ocean-
going ships spent an average of 5.4
hours in transit and 8.3 hours in
Canal waters-still a record for re-
cent high traffic years. The average
time spent in Canal waters in Octo-
ber 1969 was 15.1 hours and the
in-transit time was 7.5 hours.
a a a
Lt. Gen. Hal B. Jennings, Jr.,
Surgeon Ceneral of the Depart-
ment of the Army, will arrive in
the Canal Zone November 30 for
a 6-day visit during which he will


Equal Employment
(Continuedfromp.1)
ment in cases filed by U.S.-citizen
employees. The naming of exam-
iners will be handled by the Civil
Service Commission.
Employees of the Personnel
Bureau's Adverse and Disciplinary
Actions Section will be used as
investigators when a formal com-
plaint is filed. The Chief of the
Adverse and Disciplinary Actions
Section will be scheduled, in the
near future, to attend a course on
investigating Equal Employment
Opportunity complaints which will
be held in Washington, D.C.
The Commission regulations ap-
ply to U.S.-citizens only. However,
the substance of the regulations has
been administratively extended to
cover non-U.S.-citizen employees,
and a separate procedure has been
established to handle complaints
of these employees.
Other changes in the Equal
Employment Opportunity program
include the changing of the title
of Paul M. Runnestrand, Executive
Secretary, from Equal Employment
Opportunity officer to director of
Equal Employment Opportunity
and the titles of W. M. Whitman,
Secretary, and J. Patrick Conley,
Deputy Executive Secretary, from
deputy Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity officers to Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity officers for the
Company-Government. In connec-
tion with his duties, Runnestrand
attended a nation-wide meeting of
directors of Equal Opportunity in
Washington, D.C., September 4.

DRAMATIC SOPRANO
TO GIVE CONCERT
IN CHS AUDITORIUM
Miss Carmen Cecilia Castillero,
well-known Panamanian dramatic
soprano, will appear in concert at
8 p.m., November 25, in Cristobal
High School Auditorium.
The musical evening has been
arranged under the sponsorship of
Cristabal High School Cirls' Chorus.
The soloist will be accompanied
by the noted pianist, Hans Janowitz.
Miss Castillero has chosen a pro-
gram of songs by Grieg, Handel,
Puccini, Bizet, Serrano, Cound, and
Leoncavallo.
The public is invited free of
charge.


NOVember 21, 1969


Page 4


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Balboa High School officers of the Future Business
Leaders of America participated in the installation of
officers of the Paraiso High School Chapter of the
FBLA at a ceremony held recently at the Paraiso High
School Gym. Shown at the ceremony, which was part
of the observance of National Education Week (No-
vember 9-15), are from left: Sarah'Husney, Lauralissa
Allis, Nancy Foster, Alicia Arrack, and David Hanono


of the Balboa High School FBLA. Back row, from left
are: Enrique Savory, who was installed as president;
Josefina Castillo, vice president; Carlos Mayers, treas-
urer; and Cynthia Bonnick, secretary of the newly
organized club. Officials of the Canal Zone Schools Di-
vision and representatives of Panama schools attended
the ceremony. Dr. Glen E. Murphy, Dean of Canal
Zone College, installed the new members of the club.


O ,f, AA I
I'BCITIC IYllnOr League
= =
SillStra tion To Begin
Dates for registration and try- Baseball Park adjacent to the rail-
outs for the Pacific Minor League road tracks in the Balboa industrial
have been scheduled. area. Trvouts for the team will be
All boys between the ages of held at the same time.
6% and 12 attending U.S. schools In case of morning rain on both
are eligible to play. It is not neces- days, registration and tryouts will
sary to register or tryout for any be held at 1 p.m. If rain continues
other league in the Canal Zone to into the afternoons, registration
be eligible to play in the minor and tryouts will be held at 1 p.m.
league. November 30 and December 21.
Boys, ages 9 through 12, are eli- Registration and tryouts for the
gible to play in the majors and "juniors," Ages 6% through 8, will
must register November 29 or De- be held at 8 a.m., December 13 at
ember 20 at the Minor League the ball park adjacent to the
Fastlich and softball parks in the
aus I industrial area. Morning rain would
UCeltlOn W etK move the registration and tryouts to
1 p.m. In case of rain at 1 p.m. the
S 819 Success registration and tryouts will be held
A total of 7,029 parents, relatives, at 1 p.m., December 14.
friends, and other interested per- Parents or guardians should
sons visited the Canal Zone schools accompany prospective players so
on both sides. of the Isthmus this they may sign the registration and
year during the annual observance agreement forms.
of National Education Week, No- All boys who played on either
member 9 to 15. the majors or juniors last year must
The number of visitors who took register again if they want to re-
advantage of the schools' open main on the same team. New appli-
house was more than a thousand cants must both register and tryout.
higher than during National Edu- For additional information for
cation Week last year. the majors call Joe Wood at 2-3192.
The U.S.-citizen schools, which For information on the juniors call
have the highest enrollment in the Charlie Brown at 2-4337.
Canal Zone, chalked up the highest
number of visitors with a total of
6,267. The Latin American schools
had 762 visitors during the week. so
The most popular school for the
visitors was the Balboa Eleinentary TO Open m
School which had 912 parents and
friends calling in the classrooms. "Romanoff and Juliet," the next
Second place was taken by Cu- production of the Cristobal Little
rundu Elementary School with 883 Theatre, will open Friday, Novem-
and third place by Curundu Junior ber 28, and run through Decem-
High School with 758 visitors, her 6. Curtain time for all 5 nights
The week was sponsored by the is 8 p.m.
National Education Association, the The cast of 13 brings back to the
American Legion, the National stage many players who are well
Congress of Parents and Teachers known on the Atlantic side of
and the U.S. Office of Education, the Isthmus. Included are Trevor
It was held in conjunction with a Simons, Diane Elliot, Surse Pier-
similar observance in schools in the point, Bryan Swanson, Ada Favor-
United States. ite, David Carr, Roger Erb, and
Parents and others were invited Pete Simmons. Newcomers in the
to visit the various classrooms in cast are Rick Alstetter, Howard
order to become better acquainted Mouser, Wick Leatherwood, Me-
with the schools' programs. linda Hoppe, and Jane Burgold.


P~anama Canal


Future Business Leaders


Briefs
receive briefings and orientation
tours of various medical facilities,
Panama Canal and U.S. military
installations. After a briefing on
Canal operations by Governor
Leber, General Jenning will tour
the locks and make a partial transit
of the Canal.
* *
With the close of business No-
vember 30, the Camboa Luncheon-
ette and Santa Cruz Service Center
will cease operations. Effective De-
cember 1, vending machine food,
service center merchandise and
limited grocery items will be avail-
able in the Camboa Retail Store
from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
* *
Navigation Division signalmen
working at La Pita Signal Station
on the east bank of Gaillard Cut
were side-tracked last month when
a flash flood washed out a bridge on
the access road about half way
between the Summit Garden turn-
off and the station. A turnoff of
Caillard Highway near Gamboa
was reopened to allow vehicles to
cut across a narrow stretch of
jungle and join the old Gamboa
Road north of the station. The sig-
nalmen are now using the turnoff
to reach their isolated station.
. *
The blustery southwesterly winds
in October created some problems
for the Port Captain's boarding
operations from the Fort Amador
Mine Dock landing. Ramps and
floats were taken out of service
several times, launches were moved
to the inner harbor landing at Dock
19 and tugs were used for boarding
when it was too rough for the
50-foot boarding launches. Much
of the boarding was done in the
approach channel rather than the
Outer anchorage and, to insure
safety, launches embarking and
debarking pilots were required to
approach vessels on the lee or
sheltered side
a a a
Construction work has started on
the new Central Office Telephone
Exchange Building. The contractor,
Dillon Construction Co., is driving
80-foot long steel H-beam piles as
the foundation for the new struc-
ture, scheduled to be completed in
July 1970. It is located adjacent to
the Electrical Division Field Office
on Roosevelt Avenue in Balboa.
a a a
Contract work has begun on the
installation of 12 k.v. electrical
power feeders from Balboa to
Ancon and from Balboa to the
vicinity of the Curundu gate. Som-
mer Corp. has started trenching
operations in Ancon. This work will
continue, generally, along Roose-
velt Avenue to the area of the Bal-
boa Menswear Annex. The cable
installation is expected to take
about 3 months.
* *
This is the time of year when
Catun and Madden lakes are filling
to their maximum operating levels
in order to store water for the
coming dry season. It is also the
time of year when the Ethmus
experiences the heaviest rainfall.
College students are employed on
4-hour shifts from 4 p.m. to 8 a.m.
to monitor the telemetering system
that receives reports from river and
rainfall stations scattered over the
1,289 square miles of the Gatun
Lake drainage basin. The students
must be alert to any reported
changes in rainfall or river levels
and must transmit the data to the
engineer on standby duty.





Vol.VII, N. 2 Md de 5 Aiosal ervcio el omecioMunialViernes 21 de Noviembre de 1969


'

La directive del Club "Future Business Leaders of America" trata de
escudrifiar el future en una bola de crystal, poco despubs de haber tomato
posesr6n de sus cargo el jueves 13 del corriente en el Gimnasio de a
Escuela Secundaria de Parniso. Forman la directive, de izquierda a dere-
c E rique SavomC netslixa n locsleH cC'astjil ,Tvicepresident Carl

del planted secundario.

.
Reor son.z an S.stema
,

Para PrOCESar UtjaS


Nuevos Consejos Civicos fueron
elegidos en las comunidades latino-
americanas de la Zona del Canal,
habibndolo hecho el 4 de noviem-
bre las comunidades de Paraiso,
Pedro Miguel y Santa Cruz, e"'
tanto que Rainbow City lo hacia
el 7 de noviembre.
H4 aqui los resultados por pre-
cinto electoral:

CONSEJO CIVIC DE
PARAISO
Precinto N9 1-Harold Williams,
Sra. Inez McKenzie y Sra. Leonora
Price. Suplentes: Newton Skeete y
Harvey Jones. Retenidos: Eric
Oakley y Sra. Eloise Clarke.
Precinto N9 2-Samuel Blenman
Arnold Marshall y George Lowe.
Suplentes Os r OLowe]BAbr a -

ers y Reuben Eversly.
Precinto N9 3-Franklin Spencer
y Sra. Ethel Blades. Suplentes:
Joseph Bishop y Edgar King. Rete-
nidos: Carlos Scotland, Lloyd Fray
y Gaspar Loredo.
Precinto N9 4-Clifton L6pez,

Ivl s:Stanp yutRuSpe hPhillipse
2 .
Daniels. Reterudo: George V. Rich-
ar .

S P ~

Oprano anamena
Cantara el 25 en la

Escuela de Cristobal
La Srta. Carmen Cecilia Casti-
Ilero, conocida soprano dramitica
panamefia, se presentard en un con-
cierto el 25 de noviembre alas 8
p.m. en el Auditorio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Crist6bal
La noche musical ha sido arregla-
da bajo los auspicious del Coro Fe-
menino de la Escuela Secundaria
de Crist6bal.
La solista serd aco afinda or
el notable pianist Hans Janowitz.
La Srta. Castillero ha seleccio-
nado un program de canciones por
Grieg, Handel, Puccini, Bizet, Se-
rrano, Cound y Leoncavallo.
El pdblico estA cordialmente in-
vitado. La entrada es gratis.


Precinto N9 5-Alfonso Alexis y
Dathan Martin. Suplente: Ernest
Williams. Retenidos: Byron Brooks,
Sra. Doris Green y Sra. Mildred
White.
CONSEJO CIVIC DE
PEDRO MIGUEL
Ellis Fawcett, Seabert Haynes,
Egbert N. Best, Philmore Alexis,
Eugene Johnson, Juan Haywood,
Alfred E. Bolven, George Ford,
Darnely Smith, Eustace Collins y
Patrick Stanford. Suplentes: Charles
A. Alexander, Edgar Petit y Hubert
,
Thompson.
CONSEJO CIVIC DE
SANTA CRUZ
(Periodo de 2 afios)
Edward "Billy" Inniss, Richard
,,
Bou n s Eli coCoT1 K
neth Haughton, Suplentes: Alvin
Burnett, Phillips Malcolm, Cordon
"Owen" Small, Sra. Antoinette
Townsend, Arnold Hamilton y Sra.
Dorothy Graham. Retenidos: Sra.
Violet Rhaburn, Christopher Cox,
Louis Small, Reuben Rhaburn,

oesepil French y Sra. Cladys Mc-
DIRECTORES PARA EL
PERIOD DE 1970
(Tomarin posesi6n en
enero de 1970)
Sra. Violet Rhaburn, presiclenta;
Christopher Cox, vicepresidente;
Sra. Gladys McKenzie, secretariat;
Ralph Thorne, subsecretario; Louis
Small, tesorero; Reuben Rhaburn,
subtesorero; Phillip Malcolm, re-
presentante en las conferencias del
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

dSabe Ud. a qub ni'uneros
debe 11amar en caso de urgen-
cia? A continuaci6n estin tres
ndmeros importance. Recorte
este cuadro y piguelo en la parte
frontal de la base de su tel6fono,
o pbguelo en la pared en donde
1 tel6f
esti e ono.
POLICIA 110
BOMBERS 119
CLINICAL PARA ENVENENA-
MIENTOS 2-2600
MEDICO, PACIFICO 2-1211
MEDICO, ATLANTICO 3-1211


La empresa del Canal ha reor-
ganizado su sistema para procesar
las quejas de discriminaci6n basa-
das en raz6n de raza, color, sexo o
nacionalidad de origin, despu6s de
una revision de las reglamentacio-
nes sobre la oportunidacl de igual-
dad de empleo de la Comisi6n de
Servicio Civil de Estados Unidos.
Las nuevas reglamentaciones en-
traron en vi y los siguientes pasos han sido ya
tomados por la empress del Canal:
El Cohernador W. P. Leber ha
nombrado cuatro consejeros de
Igual Oportunidad cle Empleo
como 10 requieren las nuevas regla.
mentaciones de la Comisi6n. Ellos
son Sylvester Callender, coordina-
dor de relaciones de las comunida-
des latinoamericanas, de la Oficina
del Gobernador-Presidente; Ray-
noond M. Murphy, superintendent
ayudante, Ramo de Mantenimiento
de Predios; y Joseph M. Watson
funcionario administrative, Oficina
del Director de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n, en el sector Pacifico del
Istmo. Patricia M. Flores, funciona-
ria administrative en la Divisi6n
Industrial, servird en el sector
Atlintico.



Mas Visitantes


Los consejeros servirin a base
de tempo partial, Ilevando a cabo
sus obligaciones ademis de su tra-
bajo regular. Han sido adiestrados
por un empleado de la Direcei6n
de Personal que asisti6 a un insti-
tuto de adiestramiento ofrecido por
la Comisi6n de Servicio Civil en
Nueva York.
Estos consejeros tratarin todas
las quejas de discrimmacion mfor-
malmente y no estarin asociados
con el process formal de quejas.
Los empleados debenin consulter
con uno de esos consultores antes
de que una quefa formal de discri-
minaci6n pueda ser presented con-
tra la empress del Canal.
Cuando se hace una queja formal
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Install su


Directiva


e e e *

El jueves 13 de noviembre, en eI
Ginmasio de la Escuela Secundaria

dien Paraisora ex 11 16a.tzSea otat
la Directive del Club "Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America", Capitulo
de la Escuela Secundaria de Parai-
so, bajo el patrocinio de un capitu-
10 del mismo club que opera en la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa.
La ceremonial, que era parte del
program con que se celebraba la
Semana de la Educaci6n Ameri-
cana en las escuelas cle la Zona del
Canal, tuvo el respaldo de las auto-
ridades de la Divisi6n de Escuelas
quienes contribuyeron asi al esta-
blecimiento de comunicaci6n y co-
operaci6n efectiva entre los sistemas

do edue i6n norteamericano y lati-
Diri i6 el acto como Oficial de
Install i6n el Dr. Clen E. Murphy,
Rector de la Universidad de la
Zo del C alOqu en en represe

Washington dio posesi6n de los dis-

!" .7:s'"floadaed eclirectiva y de
Los j6venes de la Escuela Secun-
daria de.Paraiso que recibieron sus
cargo en la directive fueron: En-
rique Savory, president; Josefina
Castillo, vicepresidenta; Carlos Ma-
yers, tesorero; y Cynthia Bonnick,
secretariat. La participaci6n de los
estudiantes de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Balboa consisti6 en expli-
car al p6blico el significado de la
sigla FBLA y de sus objetivos. Lo
hicieron en el orden siguiente:
Sarah Husney, Future; Lauralissa
Allis, Business; Nancy Foster, Lea-
ders; y Alicia Azrack, Ambrica.
Fred L. Denton, president del
Comity Asesor cle la Escuela Se-
cundaria cle Balboa dio la hienve-
nida al nuevo capitulo y felicity a
los participants por estimar que
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en las escueas, ue superior en m s
de mil a los registrados el ailo pa-
sado en la Semana de Educaci6n
National.
Las escuelas estadounidenses,
que tienen la matricula mis alta en
la Zona del Canal, registraron el
mAs alto nrimero de visitantes con
un total cle 6.267. Las escuelas lati-
noamericanas tuvieron 762 visitan-
tes durante la semana.
La escuela mis popular para los
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e fa-
s per-
s es-
al en
o du-
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l, del

que
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.
Alfredo Cragwell, a la izquierda, director de la Escuela Secundaria de
Rainbow City, y Ellis L. Fawcett, Superintendente Ayudante de las Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas, observan una exposici6n de los trabajos hechos
por los alumnos de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City, exhibidos en
el Almacin de Rainbow City durante la celebraci6n de la Semana de la
Educaci6n Americana que tuvo lugar del 9 al 15 de noviembre.


La. Sra. Gladys de Falconette firma el libro de registro el Dia de
los Visitantes en la Escuela Primaria de Pedro Miguel. Ella form6
parte de muchos padres de familiar que visitaron las escuclas de la Zona
del Canal durante la celebracidn de la Semana de la Educaci6n Americana
del 9 al 15 de noviembre.


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De Educacion
Un total de 7.029 padres d
milia, parents, amigos y otra
sonas interesadas visitaron la
cuelas de la Zona del Can
ambos lados del Istmo este afl
rante la celebraci6n anual de l
mana de Educaci6n Naciona
9 al 15 de noviembre.
La cantidad de visitantes
aprovech6 la casa abierta para
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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Noviembre 21, 1969


PROGRAM


DEL CANAL 2


9:30-
10:00
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30-
2:30
4:30-
6:00-
6:30-
7:00-
8:00
9:00-
10:00


DOMINGO
Conozca el Mundo
Todo por la Patria
Alegrias
Mi Amigo el Mago
Loteria
Show del Mediodia
Reprise de la Novela de las 6
Los Invencibles
La Novicia Voladora
El Zorro
Disneylandia
El Gran Chaparral
Mision Imposible
Premiere de Gala


LUNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Dante
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30-Abbott y Costello
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30- Tres Patines
8:00-La Patrulla Juvenil
9:00-ViaJe a lo Desconocido
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


MARTES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del RifHe
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2 -00-El Detectiv" Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Dante
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30-Los Picapiedras
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-Tres Patines
8:00-Ironside
9:00-Expectaci6n
9:30-El Fantasma y la Sra. Muir
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


MIERCOLES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El1 Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Dante
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Homnbre del Rifle
5.30-El Robot Gigante
6:00-Telenovela
6:30--Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-Grupo21
8:00-El Show de TV-2
8:30-Mi Amigo Toni
9:30-Ballinger de Chicago
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


JUEVES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show dela Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Dante
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
8:00-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujier es Hechicera
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11l:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Dante
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30-Superman
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-El Cafe Squirt
8:00-Lancer
9:00-Rcto al Mal
9:30-El Show de Jose Feliciano
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


SABADO
10:00-Conozea el Mundo
11:00-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Pajaro Carpintero
12:00-I)los Tres Chillados
12:30-Noticias
1:00-De Mujer a Mujer
2:00-Reprise de la Novela de las 7
4:00-Deportes en TV-2
6:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
6:30-Noticias
7:00- Tierra de Gigantes
8:00-Mannix
9:00-Noches de Europa Latina
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Cine Sabado


Gente en la Noticia


Con su tipica sonrisa de persona
complaciente, Wilhelmina Dunn,
T R," jempleada del cuarto de ropa blan-
ca de la Casa de Hu6spedes Tivoli,
atiende siempre a las personas que
requieren sus servicios. Lleva ape-
nas 1 afio y 4 meses de prestar
servicios alli, pero tiene muchos
mais con el Canal de Panama: alre-
dedor de 8 afios de servicio, divi-
didos en un period de 17 afios.
Trabaj6 por primera vez en el
Comisariato de Anc6n, como ven-
dedora. Luego se retire durante
unos afnos y regres6o, esta vez al
SClubhouse de Balboa, en 1954. En
S1958 trabaj6 con el Centro de Ser-
vicios Comunales de Cocoli y, final-
mente, vino a trabajar en la Casa
de Huespedes Tivoli, en 1968. To-


2~-


k


;Peligro! Existen


Avispas Ebrias

Un cirujano ingl6s, Dr. Lawson
Tait, ha descubierto un nuevo
riesgo fuera del trabajo: las pica-
duras de avispas borrachas.
Al parecer la putrefacci6n de las
uvas y ciertas ciruelas convierte el
azicar que contienen en alcohol,
muy al gusto de las avispas que lo
been con fruici6n. Dice el Dr. Tait
que es muy curioso observarlas. Las
avispas se acercan a la fruta des-
comnpuesta y absorben el liquid
precioso hasta quedar henchidas;
despu6s reposan un rato en la hier-
ba para volver a saborear el pre-
cioso nectar. Si algo las sobrecoge,
se toman agresivas y atacan con
gran furia. "Su punzada", dice 61,
es peor que las de las avispas que
no han bebido, por la fuerza con
que impelen el aguij6n y porque
muchas veces el ataque no ha sido
provocado por la victima.


PANAMA 1970


lManeje con cuidado!


lCuidese de los demais

y cuide a los demas!


lLos accidents son

mis frecuentes en

los fines de semana

mas largos!



jHumor y Seguridad!


"4Es qua no puedes olvidarte do la
seguridad un segundo?"


dos sus compaxieros la aprecian
por su amabilidad y don de gentes.
Naci6 en la ciudad de Panama.
Sus studios primarios los hizo en
la Escuela Primaria de La Boca y
los secundarios en la Escuela
Secundaria Vocacional de La Boca,
Sen la Zona del Canal. Su esposo
S se llama Daniel Dunn y tienen dos
Shijas: Mariela, que estai en el pri-
mer ano del Colegio Richard Neu-
mann de la ciudad de Panami; y
Xiomara, de 5 aiios, que todavia
estai en la casa "dando bacteria .
Wilhelmina pertenece a la Iglesia
Episcopal de San Pablo y siente
gran veneraci6n por el ArchidiA-
cono Lemuel Shirley que es el rec-
tor de su iglesia. Le encanta la
m6sica, la lectura y ver programs
de television. La ciudad del Interior
que mas le gusta es Chitre, porque
"es una ciudad muy bonita, muy
tranquila y la gente es sumamente
tratable". Su mayor deseo es poder
trabajar para darle una buena
educaci6n a sus hijas.



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fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6-
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Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.


wPpm de Eunk

Noviembre 14-31-En la Casa de Huespedes Tivoli se esta presentando
0 funa exposici6n, que a la vez es una competencia artistic que sera cali-
^ ficcada por notables jueces locales, de trabajos de diferentes artists de
la localidad. La exposici6on de las bellas pinturas tiene lugar en la
Pequefia Galeria de la Casa de Huespedes Tivoli y es patrocinada por
el capitulo local de la Asociaci6n de MNujeres Eruditas de Am6rica.
rNoviembre 22-Santa Cecilia. Esta santa del martirologio cristiano es la
1 ^Lsanta patrona de los musicos. Ese dia todos los misicos de PanamA lo
toman libre y cierran los centros de diversion.
Noviembre 27-Dia de Acci6n de Gracias. Dia leriado en la Zona del Canal.
I Noviembre 28-Independencia de Panama de Espafia (1821). En esa fecha,
el Cabildo de la ciudad de Panama declare rotos sus lazos con la madre
Juegos DeporftiVos patria Espaiia y proclam6 su uni6n voluntaria con la Rep6blica de la
C t rof ke alanos Gran Colombia, bajo la 6gida del Libertador, Sim6n Bolivar.
C Noviembre 28-En el Hipodromo Piresidente Rem6n, de la ciudad de Pana-
ydel Caribe. lnA, se correrA el gran ClAsico Independencia de Espafia, que es uno
de los mas importantes del afio en esa pista.


En Su Pantalla


PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
UNITED FUND SHOW
Viernes 21 Cat Ballo y The Bdftord Incident Halls Of Montezuma (AY) y 10:00 P.mY).
All proceeds to United Fund. Apache Rifles (AYC) The Hook (AY)
Sbd 2 Halls Of Montezuma (AY) y RRA Angel In My Pocket (AYC) y
Sibado 22-.-- Apache Rifles (AYC) CERRADO King's Pirate (A)
Guess Who's Coming If It's Tuesday, It Must
Domingo 23 Guns Of The Magnificent Seven (AY) To Dinner (AY) Be Belgium (AY)
The President's Analyst (A) y It It's Tuesday, It Must
Lunes 24.-- Guns Of The Magnificent Seven (AY) Black Spurs (AY) Be Belgium (AY)
Martes 25-- CERRADO Where It's At (A) Come Spy With Me (AY)

Miercoles 26- The President's Analyst (A) y Navy vs. The Night Monsters (AY) CERRADO
Pancho Villa (AY) v
Jueves 27-- Where It's At (A) CERRADO Man With The X-Ray Eyes (AY)
Project X (AY) v 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 28--- hCERRADO The Long Duel (AY) The Fly (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Niflos de 8 a 12.-


ad


PAgina 2


PROGRAM


DEL CANAL 4

DOMINGO
8:45- Programna de Juguetes de
Flipper
9:15-Fet Alegria
10:00--Todo por la Patria
11:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:00-Stlvese Quien Pueda
12:25-Los Maravillosos Juguetes de
F6lix
1:00-Carrousel Internacional
2 00-Domingo Deportivo
5.30- Programa de Juguetes de
Aldens
6:00-El Taller de Santa Claus
7:00-Bonanza
8.00-El Santo
9:00-Hawaii Cinco-0
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
LUNES
11:00-Episodios
11:30--Aventuras
12:00-Misica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-L.a Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00- Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Folklore Nacional
4:00-Robin Hood
4:30--Cataplumn
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-P;iginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-InstantAineas Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Aqui EstA Tres Patines
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero v
Confuictos Hunmanos
9:30-Micronoticiero v Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y Enignima
11:00--Los Hermanos Brannagan
MARTES
11:00-Episodios
11-30- Avsntura
12:00-MNsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-El Hogar y la Escuela
4:00--Robin Hood
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Psiginas de la Vida
o6:00o-Novela
6:30-InstantAineas Sociales
C- '0-Noti,-ias
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflietos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00- Micronoticiero y Las Novias
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
MIERCOLES
11:00-Episodios
11:30-Aventuras
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Musiea y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:010-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Muier Opina
4:00-Robin Hood
4:30-Cataplumn
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de lat Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-InstantiAneas Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
8:00-C6mnicos y Cancioncs
8.30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
ConfictosSI Hunanos
9:30-Micronoticicero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y
Los Vengadores
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
JUEVES
11:00-Episodios
11:30-Aventtras
12:00-Midsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corir Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Consiejos Para la Salud
4:00-Robin Hood
4:30 -Cataplumn
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
':00-Novela
6:30-Instanttineas Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Aqui Estai Tres Patines
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela s Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Confliutos Htinanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero s Jim West
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
VIERNES
11:00-Episodios
1]1 :30-Aventuras
12:00-Nuisica v Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30 -La Hora de Corio Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
1:00-Robin Hood
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Psiginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30- Instant'ineas Sociales
6:40--Noticias
7:30-Daktari
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micrototiciero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00- Micronoticiero y La Ley del
Revolver
11:00-La Hora Cro
SABADO
11:30-Colorin Colorado
12:00-Mi Oso y Yo
12:30-H6roes de Hogan
1:00-Noticias
1:30-El Show de Archie
2:0)0-Victor Martinez Blanco
100-1Largo Metrajei
5:30-Esa Chica
6:00-Progr;ma de Juguetes de
Garbo
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Sibados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Petici6n Suya
9):(|0-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
10:00-Superproducciones del Stibado


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Noviembre 21, 1969


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Este es el equipo de PanamA que gan6 el campeonato
de baloncesto Centroamericano y del Caribe en La
Habana, Cuba, conquistando el derecho de represen-
tar a esa zona en el Campeonato Mundial que tendrA
lugar en Yugoeslavia en 1970. De izquierda a derecha,
parados: el entrenador estadounidense Carl Pirelli
Minetti, Ronald Walthon, Mario Pearce, Luis Sinclair,


Herbert Cousin, Arturo Agard, George St. Omer y el
entrenador ayudante Francis Brown, inspector de
aduanas en el Almacin de Rainbow City. Arrodillados:
H6ctor Montalvo, Julio Osorio, Davis Peralta, el mayor
anotador del torneo con 167 puntos; Julio Andrade y
Jos6 Morales.


Gran Experiencia Resulta Torneo



De Baloncesto Para Arturo Agard


El II Campeonato Centroameri-
cano v del Caribe de Baloncesto
celebrado recientemente en La
Habana, Cuba, result una gran
experiencia para un empleado de
la Zona del Canal, el policia Arturo
Agard, del sector AtlAntico.
Agard, veteran canastero pana-
menio que estA jugando al balon-
cesto desde 1954, fue seleccionado
por d6cimotercera vez como miem-
bro del seleccionado national de
baloncesto que fue a Cuba a defen-
der el titulo de campe6n Centro-
americano y del Caribe, obtenido
hace 2 afios en San Salvador.
Agard, con 32 afios de edad, es
el jugador de mayor edad en el
combinado panameflo, aunque no el
que mAs anios l1eva actuando en las
canchas. Ese honor lo tiene Julio
Andrade, quien va a cumplir 32
aios dentro de poco y tiene 2 aios
mas que Agard en los cuadros de
baloncesto.
Arturo, a quien muchos conocen
comn "Big W 1ende", jug baloncesto
menor en 1954 v 1955, ascendiendo
:i la division mayor en Colon en
1956 v desde entonces ha sido selec-
cionaldo en 13 ocasiones consecu-
tivas para representar a Panama en
competencias internacionales. Ha
visitado 21 paises en la America y
solamente ha dejado de ir al Brasil,
unico pais que no conoce en este
continent.
Ha estado en cuatro campeonatos
Ccntroamniericanos, tires Juegos De-
portivos Centroamericanos y del
Caribe-en 1959 en Caracas, Vene-
zuela; en 1962 en Kingston, Jamai-
ca; y en 1966 en San Juan, Puerto
Rico. En 1970 estarA representando
tambi6n a PanamA en los XI
Juegos Centroamericanos y del
Caribe.
El canastero-policia fue tambien
a los Juegos Bolivarianos en Barran-
quilla, Colombia, en 1962; al Cam-
peonato Mundial Extraordinario en
Chile, en 1965; a los Juegos Pan-
amicricanos en Winnipeg, CanadA,
en 1967; v a los Juegos Olimpicos
de Mkxico en 1968.
Primer Viaje a Cuba
Este fue el primer viaje de Agard
a La Hahana y quedo sorprendido
por el estado de cosas en esa capi-
tal, en donde todo estA casi "muer-
to" y no hay movimiento en las
calls.
Los fanaiticos se portaron muy
bien con los visitantes panameiios,
tanto en los juegos como en la
calle, por dlonde andaban los canas-
teros sin vigilancia alguna y hacian
visits a las amistades de muchos
anios atras.
Cuenta Agard que la noche en


que PanamA gan6 el campeonato,
venciendo a la Republica Domini-
cana, inientras Cuba caia vencida
ante Puerto Rico en el segundo
desafio de la noche, hliubo un silen-
cio absolute en el Palacio cde los
Deportes, en donde se celebr6 la
just y en donde no se cobraba la
entrada a los juegos, pues de lo
contrario nadie hubiera podido
asistir. Los jugadores cubanos 1lo-
raron esa noche.
Vio a una Tia Suya
UJna de las mayores emociones
de Agard fue el ver a una tia suya,
hermana de sIu madre, que reside
en La Habana hace 45 afnos con
su esposo nicaragiiense Alfredo
James. Ella se llama Andrea Joseph
y es francesa. Tiene 67 aios de
edad y vino al Istmio hace 25 afilos,
cuiiando Arturo era un ninio todavia.
Este la visit todo el tiempo que
fue possible sin que nadie lo vigi-
lara.
James es utin porter jubilado del
American Club, en donde todavia
trabaja. Este club tenia 1.000 so-
cios estadounidenses, pero en la
actualidad solamente hay 2 y unos
200 cubanos. James tiene mais de
50 afios de trabajar alli.

Comida Regular
Todas las delegaciones estaban
alojadas en el Hotel Nacional, uno
dle los primeros grandes hotels de
La Habana. Sus habitaciones tie-
nen acondicionamiento de aire y
telefono, pero la comida no es muy
buena, d(lice Agard.
"La comida era regular. En el
desayuno nos servian huevos, ja-
inmn, caf6 y pan. La ultima semana
no nos sirvieron mantequilla por-
que no habia. Alli estuvimnos 15
dias y cuando regresamos a Kings-
ton, Jamaica, de paso para Pana-
ma, nos dimos cuenta de que la
mantequilla allA era much mejor
que la cubana.
"Para el almuerzo y la cena nos
servian filete de came o de pesca-
do, arroz y algunas otras cosas.
Nosotros tomabamos limonada por
agua, ya que el agua no es tan
buena como la nuestra", agrego6
Arturo.
Cupo Para Comer
Para powder comer en un restau-
rante haY qiue solicitar cupo un
dia antes y entonces sefialan la
hora en que se debe acudir al res-
taurante. Agard fue a uno dC esos
restaurants con una familiar cuba-
na amiga, ya que nadie lo invita
uno a su casa, porque no hay nada
que ofrecer.


en esos restaurants, lo mismo que
en los almacenes, en dclonde se com-
pra con libretas de racionamiento,
tanto los alimentos como la ropa.
Cuando a una familiar se le ter-
ininan sus provisions, entonces
toman agua con azuicar y pan.
Muclias veces se come s6lo una vez
al dia.
Caras Tristes
"En las callss, dice Agard,
solo se ven caras tristes y carros
viejos. No hay cubanos alegres
como me contaron que habia antes
por las calls de La Habana. Ya
no existen los restaurants al aire
libre en las anchas aceras frente al
Capitolio y la gente ofrece en pri-
vado hasta 30 pesos cubanos por
una camisa y 70 por un pantal6n.
El d6lar es cambiado a Ia par con
el peso cubano".
Dijo tambi6n el conocido canas-
tero que cuando una persona cam-
bia un billete de $10, por ejemplo,
le dan un recibo por esa cantidad,
con el cual puede comprar en pesos
hasta esa misma suma, es decir,
10 pesos.
Los canasteros panamefios rega-
laron ropa y calzado a los jugadores
cubanos y a panameiios que resi-
den en Cuba, uno de los cuales
result6 ser un ex secretario de la
Federaci6n Panamefla Cde Balon-
cesto.
"Es infitil Ilevar dinero a Cuba",
d(lice Agard, "porque no hay nada
(Ique comprar. Lo mnico que se
puede comprar son cigarros, ron y
souvenirs en un hotel de la capital".
Esta es la experiencia de Agard
en la capital cubana, que una vez
fue conocida en el mundo como
la capital de la alegria.
Agard estA content por haber
visto a su tia, porque Panama con-
quist6 el campeonato de balon-
cesto y porque tendra tambi6n la
oportunidad de ir al Campeonato
Mundial que tendri lugar en
Yugoeslavia en 1970.
Peralta el mas Destacado
Consider Agard, y en eso todos
estarin de acuerdo, que el peque-
no canastero Davis Peralta fue el
mas destacado, no s6lo del equipo
panaunefio sino de todo el tor-
neo, coronandose campe6n anotador
con 167 puLntos v recibiendo dos
bonitos trofeos por haber sido tam-
biWn el mejor en promedio de tiros
libres y mejor delantero.
Agard elogie el juego de con-
junto del seleccionado panamefino.


M13AA10Oi "rA''


La gente hace fila para comer
ella
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Phillipa de Tom, la afable conta-
dora de operaciones en la Secci6n
de Cuentas Cenerales de la Con-
taduria, ha regresado encantada de
San Juan, Puerto Rico, en done
estuvo presenciando el V Campeo-
nato de Boliche de las Am6ricas.
Es la primera vez que Phillipa va
a Puerto Rico y le gust6 much.
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Alguien llam6 el otro dia a Jos6
Te6filo Tufi6n, que estA gozando
.de merecidas vacaciones, para in-
formarle que en Sona estaban ocu-
rriendo muchas tempestades y que
la Oficina de Meteorologia e Hidro-
grafia del Canal de PanamA debe-
ria hacer algo al respect. La per-
sona que contest el tel6fono le dijo
que ni Tuii6n ni la Oficina de
Meteorologia podian hacer nada al
respect, que lo inico que podria
hacer era ir a la iglesia y rogar para
que no hubiesc mas tempestades.
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Un conocido fot6grafo del Canal
de PanamA que estaba tomando
fotos de un acto official, se qued6
sin pelicula por primera vez en
su carrera como professional y tuvo
que comprar un rollo para poder
cumplir con la labor que le habian
encomendado."
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El Canal de PanamA estuvo bien
representado durante la toma de
posesi6n de la nueva directive del
Sindicato de Periodistas de Pana-
ma. Encabez6 a los dignatarios del
Canal de PanamA el Gobernador
Interino, R. S. Hartline, quien por
primera vez asistia a un acto de
esa naturaleza, quedando grata-
mente impresionado por la orga-
nizaci6n y por el edificio que tie-


nen los periodistas, la Casa del
Periodista.

MuIchos visitantes tendrai el Canal
de Panamai en los u6ltimos dias del
mes de febrero y la primnera quin-
cena del mes de marzo pr6ximos,
con motivo de la celebraci6n de los
XI Juegos Deportivos Centroame-
ricanos y del Caribe, que tcndran
lugar en la ciudad de PanamA del
28 dle febrero al 14 de marzo de
1970. Tanto turistas como atletas
comenzaran a llegar unas 2 sema-
nas antes de los juegos y la mayo-
ria querrna conocer la grang via
acuaitica, para lo cuIal se estA pre-
parando el Servicio de Cuias.
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Mary Urey, la eficiente secretaria
del Director de Transporte y Ter-
mninales, CapitAn Axton T. Jones,
dijo que enviaria una protest a
COCTELERA, porqiie aqui s6 dijo
que Maggie Janssen era la abuela
mas guapa del mundo. "Si Maggie
es considerada la abuela mas gua-
pa del mundo, vo soy la abuela mis
bonita del sector AtlAntico", dijo
la tires veces abuela Mary. "Ade-
mas", agrego, "han podido decir
que era la mas guapa del sector
Pacifico, y asi no me sentiria tan
mal".
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Para informaci6n de las personas
en el Istmo que deseen escribir al
General de Brigada H. R. Parfitt,
ex Vicegobernador de la Zona del
Canal, y a la Sra. de Parfitt, su
nueva direction es:
Southwestern Div., C.E.
1114 Commerce St.
Dallas, Tex. 75202


a


Arturo Agard, el policia de la Zona del Canal, aparece saltando en dispute
por el balon durante uno de los partidos contra Venezuela en el II Canm-
peonato Centroamericano y del Caribe de baloncesto celebrado en La
Habana, Cuba. Agard es el canastero panamefio activo que mAs veces ha
representado a su pais en competencias internacionales.


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Pagina 4


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


'1W~~~ir~


Una replica del Puente Ferry Thatcher es observada
por cuatro alumnos de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, durante la Semana de la Educaci6n Americana,
celebrada del 9 al 15 de este mes en las escuelas de la


Maniana se Celebrarat el


XII Torneo de Natacion


Todo estA listo para el XII Tor-
neo Latinoamericano de Nataci6n
que tendri lugar en la Piscina de
Rainbow City mafiana a partir de
las 9:30 a.m., patrocinado conjun-
tamente por el Congreso de Conse-


Consejos Civicos . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Cobernador; Edward Inniss, repre-
sentante suplente; Louis Small,
delegado al Congreso; y Rexford
Inniss, delegado suplente.
RAINBOW CITY-RAINBOW
CITY HEIGHTS
DELEGADOS RECIEN
ELEGIDOS
Alfonso Charles, Sra. Rose E.
Mignott, Victor lb. Archbold, Roy
M. Green v Sra. Maybe Anderson.
Delegados suplentes: Robert R.
Urquhart y Sra. Gladys Soley.
CAMP COINER-MOUNT HOPE
DELEGADOS RECIEN
ELEGIDOS
Saturnin C. Maug6, Alexander
Hudson, Phillip A. Henry, Dimas
C. Cortez y Sra. Elouise Gamres.
Delegados suplentes: Roy N.
Thompson y Cedric Cittens, Jr.
CAMP BIERD
DELEGADOS RECIEN
ELEGIDOS
(Una vacant, un suplente)
Clement S. McFarlane y Wilfred
R. Johnson.
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Despuos de la cuenta de votos
para delegados, las siguientes per-
sonas fueron elegidas para dirigir
el Consejo Civico durante 1970.
La toma de posesi6n le los direc-
tivos serA en fecha posterior.
El Reverendo W. D. Morgan
estuvo encargado de esta elecci6n
y fue ayudado por Holden L. Cock-
burn.
Los nuevos directors son: Roy
Watson, president reelegido por
unanimidad; Phillip Henry, vice-
presidente; Winston Thomas, secre-
tario de correspondencia; Sra. Thel-
ma Charles, secretaria de actas;
David S. Facey, tesorero reelegido
por unanimidad, y es su octavo
period en este cargo; Alexander
Hudson; representante en las con-
ferencias del Gobernador.
Otros delcgados son: de Rainbow
City y Bainbow City Heights, Sra.
Pearl Chilcott y Ricardo Hunter.
Camp Coiner N Mount Hope:
Michael l. Barnett y Wilfred Bar-
row. Camp Bierd: Lee Redman.
Mindi: Thomas C. Clarke.
Los delegados servirnin por un
period de 2 afios y los suplentes
1 aio.


jos Civicos Latinoamericanos y la
Division de Escuelas de la Zonai
del Canal.
La prueba principal del torneo
sera el event especial "Trofeo del
Gobernador", en una distancia de
100 yards estilo libre para mu-
chachos de 13 a 17 aiflos de edad.
Para esta prueba el Gobernador
W. P. Leber ha donado un bonito
trofeo para el vencedor.
Tambien habri una prueba espe-
cial para nifias, que se disputaran
el trofeo donado por la esposa del
Gobernador Leber. Esta prueba
serna tambin (le 100 yards estilo
libre y para nifias de 13 a 17 afios
de edad.
El progratna consiste de 26 even-
tos, incluyendo pruebas de estilos
libre, espalda v pe aiemas de
un relevo coAmbinado.
La Compania de Seguros Mutual
of Omaha ha donado premios para
los tres primeros puestos de cada
prueba.
El comit6 encargado se ha en-
frentado a una tremenda labor al
arreglar el program para mariana.
El comity estai integrado por Julian
Hoyte, Roy Watson, Webster Mar-
shall, Philmore Alexis, Rafael L6-
pez Morales, Harold Brown, Henry
Jones, Alcides Bernal, Stanley
Loney, Doris Zambrano, Wilfred
Barrow, David Facey y Samuel
Blenman.


Liga Divisional

Se Reunira el 25

En Rainbow City
La Liga Divisional de Softball de
Rainbow City se reunirni el prxinmo
martes 25 del corriente a las 7:30
p.m. en el Centro Civico de Rain-
bow City.
Las divisions que est6n intere-
sadas en participar en esta liga de-
beran enviar a un representante a
la reunion. La liga estai abierta a
todos los empleados del Canal de
Panama, residents de la Zona del
Canal, miembros de las Fuerzas
Armadas, asi como tambien a todas
las agendcias y companies quo ope-
ran y tratan con la empresa del
Canal de Panama.
El prop6sito de esta Liga Divi-
sional, como dice su president
Victor H. Archbold, es el de per-
mitir a los empleados de las dis-
tintas divisions tener momcntos
de distracci6n despubs del trabajo
y dar oportunidad a sus esposas,
hijos y amigos de verlos en accion.
Se ha planeado inaugurar esta
liga el 9 de enero de 1970.


Zona del Canal. De izquierda a derecha aparecen
Julieta Lavalas, Rasil Cox, Errol Murdock y Celia
Bowen, viendo el puente sobre el Canal y parte de Bal-
boa, hechos con papel y carton por alumnos del plantel.


Install su Directiva...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
los propositos y proyectos de este
tipo de club son altamente educati-
vos y preparan mejor a los j6venes
para el ejercicio de la ciudadania
en una sociedad democratic.
El acto fue prestigiado con la
asistencia de los funcionarios de la
Division de Escuelas y por repre-
sentantes de los profesores y estit-
diantes de las secciones de cominer-
cio de la Escuela Profesional Isabel
Herrera Obaldia, del Instituto Justo
Arosemena, del Colegio Richard
Neumann y del Instituto Panameri-
cano de la ciudad de PanamA.
La banda del colegio, dirigida
por la Profesora MN. Camell contri-
buy6 a que el acto revistiera gran
solemnidad, especialmente idurante
la recitaci6n del Credo de los
FBLA. Despu6s se ofrecieron re-
frescos a los invitados quienes conm-
partieron con los estudiantes de
Paraiso un ameno rato de cordial
intercambio dee impresiones.
No cabe dluda que con la cele-
braci6on de la ceremonia de toma
de posesi6n de la directive y miem-
bros fundadores de los "Future
Business Leaders of America", Ca-
pitulo de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, se han realizado en fonrna
l..ll ir.. los propositos de la Se-
mana de la Educaci6n Americana
cuyo lema es: Mejor Educaci6n,
su Trabajo. Por otra parte, tambien
se han establecido medios dc co-
municaci6n entire los estudiantes de
comercio de las escuelas norteame-
ricanas y latinoamericanas que ope-
ran en la Zona del Canal, y de las
escuelas pftblicas y privadas que
operan en la Republica de PanamA,
realizAindose asi el lemna que el
Club FBLA se habia sefialado para
el anio: Conmuinicaci6n en el Comer-
cio v en las Sociedad.


Mas Visitantes . .
(Viene de la pdgiia 1)
visitantes fue la Escuocla Primaria
de Balboa que tuvo a 912 padres dc
faminlia y amigos visitando los salo-
ties de clase. El scgundo lugar fue
ocupado por la Escuela Primaria dc
Curundiu con 883 y el tercer puesto
por la Escuela Intermedia de Cu-
rundut con 758 visitantes.
La semana fue auspiciada por la
Asociaci6n de Educaci6n Nacional,
la Legi6n Americana, el Congreso
Nacional de Padres de Familia v
Maestros y la Oficina de Educacion
de Estados Unidos. Se celebr6 con-
juntaminente con una celebraciOn si-
mnilar en los Estados Unidos.
Los padres de familiar y otros fue-
ron invitados a visitar los various sa-
lones de clase con el fin de que se
familiarizaran mejor con los pro-
gramas escolares.


Noviembre 21, 1969


Notas Breves



del Canal


El Canal de Panama estAt colo-
cando a los barcos a trav6s del
Canal en forma mAis rApida en estos
dias. Esto se desprende de las cifras
de trAnsito para el 2 de noviembre,
cuando 35 naves de alto bordo tran-
sitaron por la via acuAtica con un
promedio de tiempo de 5.5 horas.
Este es el tiempo tornado desde el
moment en que el barco llega al
primer juego de esclusas hasta que
parte del l61timo juego de esclusas
en el otro lado del Istmo. El mismo
dia, el promedio de tiempo en aguas
I de la Zona del Canal fue de 8.9
horas. La Direcci6n de Marina in-
form6 que este era el mejor tiempo
registrado desde el 26 de junio de
1966, cuando 30 naves de alto bor-
do tuvieron un promedio de trAn-
sito de 5.4 horas y de 8.3 horas en
aguas del Canal-todavia una marca
para afios recientes en maiximo de
trainsito. El promedio de tiempo
pasado en aguias del Canal en octu-
bre de 1969 fuie de 15.1 horas y el
tiempo en trAnsito fue de 7.5 horas.
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El Teniente General Hal B. Jen-
nings, Jr., Cirujano Ceneral del De-
partamento del Ej6rcito, llegarA a
la Zona del Canal el 30 de noviem-
bre para una visit de 6 dias du-
rante la cual escucharA charlas de
orientaci6n y hara recorridos por
las distintas instalaciones medicas
del Canal de PanamA y militares de
Estados Unidos. Despu6s de una
charla de orientaci6n sobre el Canal
por el Gobernador Leber, el Gene-
ral Jennings recorrerA las esclusas
y hara una travesia parcial por el
Canal.


Reorganizan . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
do discriminaci6n por razon de
raza, color, religion, sexo o nacio-
nalidad de origen, una investiga-
ci6on imparcial de los hechos serA
hecha por personas no empleadas
por la unidad envuelta. Luego
habri una audiencia por un exami-
nador de apelaciones fuera de la
Compaiia-Cobierno en los casos
presentados por empleados que son
ciudadanos de EE. UU. El nombra-
iniento de los examinadores estarA
en manos de la Comisi6n de Ser-
vicio Civil.
Empleados de la Unidad de San-
ciones vy Medidas Disciplinarias de
la Direcci6n de Personal serAn
usados como investigadores cuando
sea presentada una queja fonnal.
El Jefe dle la Seccin (de la Unidad
de Sanciones y MNledidas Discipli-
narias irai, en un future cercano, a
un curso sobre investigaciones de
quejas de Igual Oportunidcad de
EinEmpleo que tendirA lugar en Wash-
ington.
La reglamentaci6n de la Comi-
si6on se aplica solamente a ciudada-
nos estadounidenses. Sin embargo,
Ia esencia de las reglamentaciones
ha sido extendida admninistrativa-
mente para cubrir a los empleados
que no son ciudadanos de EE. UU.,
y se ha establecido un procedimien-
to separado para tratar las (iquejas
de esos empleados.
Otros cambios en el program de
Igual Oportunidad de Empleo in-
cluyen el cambio del titulo de Paul
M. Runnestrand, Sccretario Ejecu-
tivo, dC funcionario de Iual Opor-
tunidad de Emnpleo a director de
Igual Oportunidad de Empleo y los
titulos de WV. M. Whitman, Secre-
tario, y J. Patrick Conley, Subse-
cretario Ejecuitivo, de funcionarios
dc segunda categoria de Igual
Oportinidad de Empleo a funcio-
narios dec primer categoria de Igual
Oportunidad de EmpIco par la
Compa iia-Gobierno. En relacion
con sus deberes, Runnestrand asis-
tio a una reunion d(e directors (de
Igual Oportunidad de Empleo dc
todo el pais, celcbrada en Washing-
ton el 4 de septiembre.


El Luncheonette de Gamboa y
el Centro de Servicios Comunales
de Santa Cruz cesarAn operaciones
el 30 de noviembre. A partir del
19 de diciembre, la maiquina expen-
dedora de alimentos, la mercancia
del centro de servicios comunales y
los articulos limitados de comesti-
bles estaraIn disponibles en el Alma-
cen de Camboa de 6 a.m. a 10 p.m.
diariamente.

Los sefialeros de la Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n que estAn trabajando en
la Estaci6n de Sefiales La Pita en
la ribera este del Corte Gaillard,
fueron desviados el mes pasado
cuando una repentina inundacion
hizo desaparecer un puente en el
camino de access casi a medio ca-
mino entire los Jardines de Summit
y la estaci6n. Un camino apartado
en la Carretera Caillard cerca de
Gamboa fue reabierto para pennrmi-
tir a los vehiculos pasar a travxs de
una corta extension de selva y lIe-
gar a la vieja carretera de C Gamnboa
al norte de la estacion. Los sefiale-
ros estan usando aiora el camino
apartado para llegar a su aislada
estacion.

Los fuertes vientos del sudoeste
en octubre crearon algunos proble-
mas para las operaciones de embar-
que de la Capitania del Puerto
desde el embarcadero de Minas de
Fuerte Amador. Rampas y flotado-
res quedaron fuera de servicio va-
rias veces, las lanchas se movieron
hacia dentro de la rada de embar-
que en el Muelle 19 y se usaron
remolcadores para abordar cuando
era dificil abordar las lanchas de
50 pies.

Se inici6 el trahajo de construc-
ci6n en el nuevo edificio de Cen-
tral Telef6nica. El contratista, Di-
l]on Construction Co., estia colo-
cando pilots de acero de 80 pies
de largo en forma de vigas H, conmo
la fundaci6n de la nueva estructura,
que debera estar terminada en julio
de 1970. EstA situada adyacente a
la Oficina de Campo de la Divisi6n
de Electricidad en la Avenida
Roosevelt en Balboa.
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Comenz6 el trabajo por contrato
en la instalaci6n de alimentadores
de 12 k.v. de energia electrica desde
Balboa a Anc6n y de Balboa a las
cercanias de la garita de Curundi.
La Summer Corp. ha iniciado las
operaciones de abrir zanjas en
Anc6n. Este trabajo continuarA a
lo largo de la Avenida Roosevelt
hasta cl Area del anexo de ropa mas-
culina en Balboa. Se espera que la
instalaci6n Cdel cable tome unos 3
mneses.

Esta es la epoca del anlo cuando
los lagos Catin y Madden estAn
lenAndose a suis niveles maximos
dce operaci6n con el fin de almace-
nar agtua para Ia prxima estacion
seca. Es tambi6n la 6poca del afio
cuando el Istmino experiment sus
lliuv.ias minAs fuertes. Los estudiantes
universitarios son empleados en tur-
nos de 4 horas de 4 p.m. a 8 a.m.
para revisar el sistema telemctrico
que recibe los informes de las esta-
ciones fluviales v pluviales disemi-
nadas en on Area de 1.28.9 illas
cuadradas de la cuenca de desa-
giie del Lago Catin. Los estudian-
tes delen star alertas a cualesquicr
cambios reportados en las lluvias o
niveles de los rios y deben trans-
mitir los datos ai] ingeniero de turno.


jHumor!

Los novios modernos hablan de
toio, menos del matrimonio.

"He capturado a un politico",
grit6 el canibal de una isla del
Pacifico. "Ahora puedo hacer un
emparedado de tonteria".




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