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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: December 19, 1969
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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regular
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00748
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL




Spillway


Gi ftof the Panama Canal Museum


Vol. VIII, No. 27 More Than 55 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, December 19, 1969


gobernor'i5


C(ri!tma5



The coming festivities will bring
to a close another year, another
decade, both marked by progress
and achievement.
During 1969, man took his first
steps on the moon and many of us
fortunate to be living in this age
were able to see it as it happened.
It has been a year of achievement
for the Panama Canal as well.
Ship traffic remained at a high
level while the number of large
ships transiting the Canal con-
tinued to grow. The large vessels
help account for a new cargo rec-
ord of more than 100 million long
tons in fiscal 1969.
I would like to thank all Canal
employees for their continued ex-
cellent performance that kept the
waterway operating smoothly dur-
ing the year.
Mrs. Leber and I wish a Merry
Christmas to all employees and
their families, and to our friends
in the Republic of Panama. May
you have a. New Year that brings
both joy and prosperity.
And to those who have loved
ones serving their country far from
home, we pray for their safe,
speedy return so that next year they
will be united with their families
for the holiday season.


Transportation

OF Private Car

Rule Changed
Gov. W. P. Leber has approved
a change in regulations concern-
ing the transporting of privately-
owned autos between New Orleans
and the Canal Zone aboard the
SS Cristobal at Government ex-
pense.
Effective December 3, an em-
ployee's auto being shipped at
Government expense aboard the
Canal organization's vessel will also
be transported by railroad, between
Cristobal and Balboa at no cost to
the employee.
The ruling is an amendment to
the regulation providing transpor-
tation by the SS Cristobal between
Cristobal and New Orleans for new
employees of the Canal organiza-
tion being brought to the Canal
Zone with their household effects;
employees bringing replacement
vehicles to the Canal Zone and em-
ployees returning to the United
States upon separation or transfer
after completion of a tour of duty.
Replacement vehicles may be
brought to the Canal Zone only
after 4 years from the date of trans-
portation of the motor vehicle then
being used and when the employee
has been serving continuously
during a 4-year period with U.S.
Government agencies on the Isth-
mus.

Santa Claus Is Coming
To Balboa Tomorrow
Santa Claus will be at the mens-
wear section of Balboa Retail Store
tomorrow from 10 a.m. to noon and
from 1 to 4 p.m.


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Trash Collectors Need


Public's Cooperation


Two dozen additional workmen
and six large trucks will be added
to the nornnal collection force by
the Grounds Maintenance Branch
during Christmas week for speedy
collection of trash in Canal Zone
communities.
But the cooperation of every
resident is needed to help keep the
townsites clean, particularly during
the holiday season when more
trash is generated than during any
other time of the year. Gift wrap-
pings, decorations, boxes, and
mvriad other Christmas related
materials build mountains of trash
that must be collected and disposed
of.
The additional staff of men and
trucks will be at work the entire
week of Christmas, from Sunday,
December 21, to Saturday, Decem-
ber 27, making collections at town-
sites on both sides of the Isthmus.
To speed up collections, res-
idents are asked to package trash in
a box or bag and tie it up firmly
before placing it in the large metal


Freedom Share

Notes Issuance

To Be Halted
Now that the interest rate on
U.S. Savings Bonds, Series E, has
increased from 4/4 to 5 percent,
Freedom Share Notes will no
longer be issued. The Freedom
Share Notes were originally offered
in 1967 for purchase in combina-
tion with E Bonds but with the
(Continued on p. 4)


containers outside their quarters.
The packaging will make for easier
handling by workman and will help
prevent stray animals from scatter-
ing it about.
Parents should keep their chil-
dren away from trash after it is
taken outside for collection. Curi-
ous youngsters enjoy digging into
trash, often without regard to un-
sightliness they might create. They
also tend to overlook any safety
hazards in the form of broken glass,
exposed nails, or wood splinters.


Auto Inspection


To Begin January 2


The 1970 safety inspection of
privately-owned motor vehicles li-
censed in the Canal Zone will start
Friday, January 2, at the Panama
Canal Company's Motor Transpor-
tation Division garages in Ancon
and Cristobal.
Hours for inspection will be con-
tinuous from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in-
cluding the lunch hour, every day
of the regular workweek, Monday
through Friday. These hours are
established to permit owners who
work regular office hours and


Janet Hunt of Balboa, demonstrates how to package trash neatly before
depositing in trash cans. The Grounds Maintenance Branch doesn't expect
everyone to be as neat as Janet but asks that trash be bagged or boxed
and tied firmnnly to make for speedy collection during Christmas week.


others who work on shift basis to
have their cars inspected outside
normal work periods.
Vehicle owners are reminded
that they must have in their posses-
sion a copy of their vehicle registra-
tion for 1970 when they bring their
cars for inspection.
The inspection will cover brakes,
lighting system, windows and
windshields, turn indicators, horns,
alignment of wheels, tires, and
other operating parts of the car
which affect safety. After the vehi-
cle passes inspection, an inspection
sticker will be placed on the wind-
shield, and an inspection certificate
will be issued. The latter must be
carried in the vehicle at all times.
Cost for the inspection, including
sticker and certificate, is 75 cents.
Canal Zone Vehicle Regulations
specify that privately-owned vehi-
cles registered in the Canal Zone
must be inspected each year during
the months of January and Feb-
ruary. Car owners are urged to
come early and avoid the last
minute rush.

Girl Scout Director
To Depart Canal Zone
Mrs. Olivia Dorman, field direc-
tor at the Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council, was recently honored at
a dinner given at the Albrook
Officers' Club by the council.
Mrs. Dorman and her husband,
Capt. Clive Dorman, plan to de-
part Panama December 22 for Los
Gatos, Calif., where they will
spend Christmas with their parents.
Later they plan to move to Cor-
vallis, Oreg., where Captain Dor-
man will complete graduate work
at Oregon State University.








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Young Red Cross Workers


Curundu Elementary School children display some of
the articles collected by the Canal Zone Junior Red
Cross during their annual Christmas drive for canned
goods, clothing, toys, and money for needy families in


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:50-Parade of Sports
4:15-Pentagon Forum
4:45-Jimmy Dean Christmas Show
5:30-This Week In Pro-Football
6:00-Weekend '69
6:20-Movie Marquee
6:25-TheJoey Bishop Show
7:35-Get Smart
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Hollywood Palace
Christmas Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Christmas With Lorne Green
9:30-Boxing From The Olympic
10:10-Focus On Today
11:00-Saturday Night Movie:
"No Trace"
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21
1:00--SCN News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20--The Answer
1:50-First Tuesday: "Pygmalion"
2:00-Danny Kaye
2:45-Mack & Meyer For Hire
3:00-Off Ramp
3:30-Wrestling From The Olympic
4:00-CBS Golf Classic
4:50-The Mike Douglas Show
6:00-Chronicle
6:30-Sgt. Preston of the Yukon
6:55-Special Report
7:05-Lawrence Welk Christmas
Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Sports Digest
9:15-The Gary Moore Christmas
Show
10:00--Prince of Peace: "The Word
Was Yes"
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart
MONDAY, DECEMBER 22
4:00-Afternoon
4:05-The Heart of Christmas
4:50-Hector's Hectic Life
5:00-Prince of Peace: "The Sound
of Praise"
5:30-A World Wide Navy
Christmas
6:30-Dateline
6:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Rowan & Martin Laugh-In
8:00-SCN News
8:05-L'Enfance du Christ
9:05-Canal Zone Calendar
9:10- The Tonight Show
9:20-First Tuesday: "Pygmalion"
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Life With Father
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23
4:00-Afternoon
4:05-Hollywood Palace Christmas
Show
5:00-Prince of Peace: "Prime
Trine"
5:30-It Was A Short Summer,
Charlie Brown
6:00-Dateline
6:30--BilIy Walker's Country
Carnival
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Golddiggers
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Entertainers Christmas
Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"In Old California"
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-The Little Drummer Boy
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24
4:00-Afternoon
4:05-The Red Skelton Hour
5:00-Prince of Peace: "Final
Encounter"
5:30-The Flying Fisherman
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Red Skelton Christmas Show
8-00-SCN News
8:05-Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol


Panama. From left: Cynthia Hallada, Dwight McKinley,
Blaine Toy and Sylvia George. Roger Michel is chair-
man of Junior Red Cross activities.


8:50-12 Days of Christmas
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
Bell Telephone Hour:
Tell It To The Mountain
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-The Messiah
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Bell Telephone Hour
Christmas Program
2:00-Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol
2:40-The 12 Days of Christmas
3:00-Holidav Pla house: "Come
To the Stable"
4:30-The Little Drummer Boy
5:00-Prince of Peace: "The
Unlikeliest Place"
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30--Report
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The King Family Christmas
Show
7:30-Christmas-Our Way
8:00-SCN News
8:05-To Men Of Good Will
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Come To The Stable"
10:40-Focus On Today
11:00-Crossroads
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Mr. Mayor
5:00-The Dick Tracy Show
5:00-Afternoon (Cont.)
5:30-Animal World
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Fractured Flickers
7:30-Waterfront
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hawaii Calls
8:30-The Bill Anderson Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"All About Eve"
11:15-Late News Headlines
11:30-Heart of the City



SPILLWAY
The PANXMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an
official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and Pictures contained in it
are made available to all interested
news media for whatever use they
may wish to make of them and may
he reprinted without official clearance.
W. P. LEBER
Governor of the Canal Zone
R. S. HARTLINE
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Distributed free to all Panama
Canal employees. Subscription cost
for others (including mailing) $2.60 a
year. Make checks payable to Panama
Canal Company and address to:
SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.

BALBOA TEEN CLUB
The Loquacious Wisdom, featur-
ing Charlie at the drums, will play
for the dancing crowd at the Christ-
mas dance in the Balboa Teen Club
tonight from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
Admission is free to members and
there is a nominal fee to nonmem-
bers. Refreshments will be served.


Why not take your family to the
Tivoli Guest House this weekend
for the Sunday Brunch?
The menu for December 21 fea-
tures: assorted fruit and juice trays,
hot cakes, syrup and honey, ham
omelet, creamed eggs on toast,
hashed browned potatoes, grilled
sausage, grilled bacon, assorted dry
cereals, buttered toats, cinnamon
toast, jam, jelly, pineapple muffins,
Danish pastry (assorted filling),
coffee, tea, or milk.
Brunch is served in the Roosevelt
Room from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Price is $1.75 adults; children
$1.25.

DIXIE NIGHT
On December 22 the Tivoli is
having Dixie Night.
The popular Monday Night
Buffet will feature: Southern fried
chicken, biscuits and honey, butter,
French fried potatoes, cole slaw,
relish tray, assorted pastries, bever-
age.


At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday, December 20, 1969


BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8-05 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-My Side Of The Mountain
(AYC)
Tuies.. 7:30 p.m-The Lost Continent
(AY)
Wed., 7:30 p.m.-Whvre's Jack? (AY)
Thurs., 2:30, 5:25, 8:20 p.m.-Fri.,
5:25, 8:20 p.m.-Funny Girl
(AY, C-mature)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Sat.-Camelot (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-99
mins.)-Daniel Boone (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Battle Of Britain (AYC)
Tuoes.-The Sun Also Rises (A)
Wed.-Secret Of The Purple Reef
(AY)
Thurs., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Romeo And
Juliet (AY)
Fri.-Call Me Madam (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Endless Summer (AYC)



Honor Society


At BHS Inducts


25 New Members

Twenty-five Balboa High School
seniors will be initiated into the
Isthmian-Pacific Chapter of the
National Honor Society today.
Thirteen boys and twelve girls
will be inducted into the society in
its fall initiation in the auditorium.
Parents of the initiates, members
of the junior class, and Schools Di-
vision officials have been invited to
attend the ceremony.
Four old members of the Na-
tional Honor Society will speak
on the four criteria for member-
ship: Madeleine Powell, character;
Robert Almstead, leadership; Or-
lando Fil6s, scholarship; and Greg
Gillis, service.
Students selected for the fall
initiation include: John Bcightler,
Victor Bogantes, Mark Bozman,
Elizabeth Calthirst, Lupe Cota,
Anne Fine, John Flumach, Kathy
Glass, Michael Hakanson, Luther
Jones, James Kunkel, Lynn Mavles,
Cloyd Mcilvaine, Scrafin Menocal,
Robert Miller, Bonnie Nehring,
Laurie Nygard, Michael Perry,
Marcia Rice, Nonnrma San Miguel,
Leigh Scaggs, Joel Wadsworth,
Dalys Vargas, Stella Vives, and
Amy Zenger.

IN CASE YOU SEE ONE
The largest single piece of Amer-
ican money is the $10,000 bill, a
delightful hit of greenery featuring
Salmon P. Chase, Lincoln's Sec-
retary of the Treasury.


GAMBOA
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Five Million Years
To Earth (AY)
Sun.-One Hundred Rifles (A)
Tues.- Romeo And Juliet (AY)
Wed.-Battle Of Britain (AYC)
Fri.-Secret Of The Purple Reef (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Fiercest Heart (AY)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned) *
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
Gone With The Wind (AY)
Mon.-Mirage (AY)
Tues.-A Dandy In Aspic (A)
Wed., 7:00 p.m. -Thurs., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-If It's Tuesday, This Must Be
Belgium (AY)
Fri.-Anastasia (AYC)

MARGARITA a
Sat.-Man, The Woman, And The
Money (AY)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-105
mins.)-Wizard Of Baghdad (AYC)
Sun.-MNon.-Where Eagles Dare (AY)
Tues.-Wed.-Villa Rides (A)
Thurs., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Camelot (AY)
Fri.-Five Million Years To Earth (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Naked
Jungle (AYC)

GATUNO
Sat.-Popi (A, Y-mature)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-103
minis.)-Dog Of Flanders (AYC)
Sun.-The Stalking Moon (AY)
Tues.-Murderer's Row (A)
Thurs.-Villa Rides (A)
Fri.-Camelot (AY)




Special Matinees

(R), AYC or as Listed ***
Saturday, December 20, 1969

BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
Little Prince And Eight-Headed Dragon
-A fairy tale in full-length animated
cartoon feature. (Color.) T-105r ins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Submarine X-I-Jamnes Caan: The true
story of British miniature submarine
which played havoc with Hite.r's navy.
T-96 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Night Of The Grizzly-Clint Walker:
A savage grizzly terrorizes a small
western town. (Color.) T-110 mins.

COCO SOLO
2:00 p.m.
Free Show

MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
For The Love Of Mike-Richard Base-
hart: Little boy and old priest have
dreams that come true. (Color.)
T-90 iins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
The Great Sioux Massacre- Joseph Cot-
ten: The story of Custer's last stand.
(Color.) AY. T-9)8 mins.
'All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 18: C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates R epeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


December 19, 1969


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Call 2-2111 for reservations.
Seatings at 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30
p.m. Price: Adults $1.65; children
$1.10.

CHRISTMAS DAY BUFFET
Highlight of the year at the Tivoli
Guest House is the famous annual
Christmas Day buffet which fea-
tures roast turkey and all the trim-
mings.
The menu this year, in addition
to roast torn turkey, will include
giblet gravy, sage dressing, Virginia
baked ham, mashed potatoes, green
peas and silver onions, fresh fruit
trays, relish tray of pickles, celery,
olives and carrot sticks, seafood
salad, chicken salad, whole fresh
fruit, nuts in shell, hard candy,
afterdinner mints, assorted cheese
tray, crackers, rolls and butter,
pumpkin, mincemeat and apple
pie, fruitcake, and beverage.
Seating hours will be from 12 to
12:15; 6 to 6:15; and 8 to 8:30 p.m.
Reservations should be made as
soon as possible by calling 2-2111.
The price is $3.25 for adults and
$2 for children.

NEW YEARS EVE PARTY
Lucho Azeirraga and his con-
junto will be on hand at the Tivoli
Guest House to play everyone's
favorite music for the annual New
Year's Eve party. Dancing will start
at 8 p.m. and continue until 2 a.m.
Tickets for the party will go on
sale December 15 and continue
through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. The price of $3.50 per person
will include party favors.
In addition to the evening of
dancing, a breakfast buffet will be
served starting at 1 a.m. for $1.40.
The menu will include scrambled
eggs, toast, grilled bacon, hot cakes
with syrup, jam and jelly, assorted
juice, coffee, tea, or milk.


Princeton Univ.


Publishes Book


By BHS Grad

Don Michael Randel, a 1958
graduate of Balboa High School,
has recently written a book entitled,
"The Responsorial Psalm Tones for
the Mozarabic Office," the first
study on the subject to appear since
1930.
The book is based on the conclu-
sions of a 2 years study and research
in Spain of music neuimes, the sym-
bols used in the notation of the
Cregorian chant and the ancient
liturgy used by the Christians in
Spain before the 12th Century.
Randel, who is assistant professor
in the Department of Music at Cor-
nell University, was graduated from
Princeton University with high
honors in 1962 and received his
master of arts and doctor of philos-
ophy from the same university.
Awarded both a Woodrow Wilson
Fellowship and Danford Fellow-
ship, he accepted an honorary
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. His
research in Spain was through a
Fulbright grant.
Randel's father is Clay Randel,
general agent of the Maryland
Casualty Co. of Panama. Mr. and
Mrs. Clay Randel are longtime
residents of Panama.
A copy of the book, published by
the Princeton University Press, has
been placed at the Canal Zone Li-
brary and another copy is in the
l'alboa High School Library.


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December 19, 1969


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Corozal Hospital

Is Renamed To

Fit Functions
Corozal Hospital, the Canal Zone
psychiatric facility, has been re-
named the Canal Zone Mental
Health Center. Col. H. H. Ziper-
man, Canal Zone Health Director,
made the announcement, last week,
following the signing of the order
by Gov. W. P. Leber.
The new designation fits the
current functions of the facility
which have changed and expanded
through the years to fit community
needs. The Canal Zone Mental
Health Center, recently recognized
as such by the National Institute of
Mental Health, now offers a wide
variety of services.
These include 24-hour emergency
psychiatric care and inpatient, out-
patient, day patient, and night
patient care. Consultation is avail-
able for individuals, groups, and
organizations and an industrial
rehabilitation service is available.
Special treatment programs have
been set up for alcoholism and for
dealing with the problems of ado-
lescence. Training in Community
Mental Health is provided for
Health Bureau employees as well as
to members of other organizations.
The staff of the center is avail-
able throughout regular working
hours and 24 hours a day for admis-
sion of psychiatric emergencies.


BROWUSinG

COLLECTIOfl
By Emily J. Price
For older boys and girls there
are the irrepressible Veronica Ganz
by Marilyn Sachs and Practical
Lessons in Magic by Eric Hawkes-
worth. A story based on North
American Indian lore is Fur Magic
by Andr6 Norton which tells the
adventures of Cory, who was
magically changed into a beaver.
And for young and old there's a
new collection of poetry with
"imod" illustrations-Every Child's
Book of Verse, selected by Sarah
C. Cross.
John Kenneth Galbraith in Am-
bassador's Journal gives an account
of the years he spent in India as
ambassador during the Kennedy
administration. There is much poli-
tical substance in this informal
journal but the most interesting part
is the wealth of lively personal
anecdotes and evaluations of people
encountered. The photographs of
India and the Indians are excellent.
Evelyn Berckman's new book She
Asked for It is not a murder mvs-
tery but a novel with some elements
of suspense. The story is set in
Hollywood where a rich, retired
actress marries a very young man.
The actress' longtime secretary
believes the husband is a fortune
hunter and seeks to destroy him.
There is a surprise ending.
Anita Garibaldi left her home in
Brazil at 18 to join her life to the
fortunes of the dashing Italian.
Giuseppe Garibaldi. A superb
horsewoman, Anita fought by his
side as his "best soldier" for the
freedom of Brazil, Uruguay, and
then Italy, where she died at 28
on the long, terrible retreat from
Venice. The tragic, romantic story
is richly told by Lisa Sergio in I Am
My Beloved: The Life of Anita
Garibaldi.
The Spy Who Spoke Porpoise is
a fantastic espionage novel by
Philip Wylie. The hero is a former
circus acrobat and animal trainer
who settles in Hawaii to investigate
in a very hush-hush fashion a re-


John Michael David Patterson, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Henry D. Patterson of Ancon, listens attentively as
Gilberto Moya charms him with a story. Moya who


completes 50 years of barbering this month, is manager
of the barbershop at the Balboa Service Center. He
was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador.


Canal Zone Barber Marks


50 Years With Scissors


Historic events rarily occur in
barbershops.
But just before World War II, a


ported project to take over the U.S.
Hawaii's flora, fauna, and geologic
formations all add fascination to an
involved story that is fun to read.
The Black Camels by Ronald
Johnston is a good, brisk thriller set
in the desert of the Middle East.
It concerns an old sheik who wants
to cling to the ways of the past and
a young one who wants to bring in
American oil money. The author is
knowledgeable about the desert
and about oil operations which adds
zest to the adventure.


Number Changes

Listed in 1970

Telephone Book

Distribution of the new Panama
Canal Company 1970 Telephone
Directory will begin December 29
and will contain some number-
ing changes to become effective
January 1.
The Gatun Locks PABX numbers
are presently reached by dialing
58-2xx and 58-3xx. Under the new
plan, 5-7xx and 5-8xx will be
dialed. A digit is being eliminated
from the locks PABX prefix code
and all of the 200 series numbers
will be changed to 700 series and
the 300 series numbers will be
changed to 800 series.
The Coco Solo Hospital PABX
prefix code for calls from outside
the immediate hospital area will be
changed from 34 to 32. A hospital
number dialed from outside the hos-
pital area will be 32-6xx instead of
34 and the last two digits of the
telephone number.
These changes will bring these
areas more in line with the pro-
posed Panama Canal Company tele-
phone numbering plan which will
go into effect upon completion of
the new Balboa telephone ex-
change.


blond man with a military bearing
walked into the then Tivoli Hotel
barbershop and identifying himself
as a European baron, asked for
"the works." Gilberto Moya, the
manager of the barbershop, took
care of him personally and then
told him he owed $2. Furious, the
"baron" insulted Moya, tossed him
a $1 and walked out.
Moya mentioned the incident to
the Tivoli manager who in turn
reported it to the Canal Zone
Police. A short time later, Moya
and the incident were making front
page news as the "baron" turned
out to be a Nazi spy who had
escaped from Brazil.
Moya, who completes 50 years
of barbering this month, left the
Tivoli several years ago and is now
in charge of the barbershop at the
Balboa Service Center. During his
long career, he has had many cus-
tomers and is now taking care of
the sons and grandsons of his first
customers.
Of Spanish descent, Moya was
born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and
grew up in Chile and Argentina,
where he learned barbering. With
white coat, snow-white hair and
genial smile, Moya has a dis-
tinguished appearance that matches
his cultured manner. Customers
admit that he has a flair for putting
special interest into just about any
topic of conversation selected by
the client.
When he was 21, Moya made a
fateful stop at the Tivoli Hotel
while en route to a job in Mexico.
The manager of the Tivoli barber-
shop who was about ready to retire
convinced Mova to stay. Later
offers to manage barbershops in
luxury hotels in Paris and Miami
did not move him. "It was too
late," Moya said. He had made too
many friends in Panama and the
Canal Zone. But the main reason
was his Panamanian wife and two
daughters. The Isthmus was home.
Mova's daughter, Olga, is Mrs.
Emilio Cadet, who has 23 years'
service with the Information Office
of the American Embassy in Pan-
ama. Her husband is manager of
"Devoci6n" a candle factory in
Panama. Cadet who has a magnifi-
cent baritone voice, is well known
in musical circles on the Isthmus.
Daughter Berta, known by her


friends as Betty, is married to Tito
Zerbinati, president and general
manager of FARMA, S.A., a phar-
maceutical products importing firm
in Panama.
Moya has five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren who also
help him enjoy weekends at his
house at Coronado Beach.


kr --


From Our Office


In New Orleans


Rosario S. Capitelli

Rosario S. Capitelli chief, In-
dustrial Materials Branch, has re-
ceived a Special Achievement
Award for Cost Savings on Pur-
chases.
He was awarded $300 for re-
sourceful purchasing which affected
savings of over $18,000 for the
Panama Canal organization during
the past 12 months. Capitelli is em-
ployed at the Procurement Division
in New Orleans.
0 0 0
Other news from the New Or-
leans office included the attendance
of Robert L. Austin, supervisory
purchasing agent, Procurement Di-
vision, at a management seminar in
Atlanta recently.
The seminar presented new
approaches to better employee-
employer relationships through lec-
tures and discussions with manage-
ment experts.


Also from New Orleans comes
word that Stanley B. Stopa, 16-
year-old son of Mrs. Dolores Stopa,
of the Procurement Division, has
been awarded a $1,000 scholarship
to the college of his choice" for being
the outstanding junior golfer of the
year.
The award was made at the New
Orleans Golf Association banquet.
Stanley plays to a one handicap
and has placed first or second in all
tournaments in which he has
participated.

WHEN IS CHRISTMAS?
The nativity scene is the true
symbol of Christmas, but although
the holy day is celebrated Decem-
ber 25, no one knows the exact day
or year of Christ's birth. Some
authorities claimed it was Jan-
uary 6; others, March 25.
Historically, there is good reason
to question the d(late, for His birth-
day was not celebrated until 400
years after He died.

Stop . Look . Lessen all
accidents.


'No, No, Heathlip! We
don t fight fire with fire!"


Page 3


Helpful Hints

For Christmas

Safe From Fire
Since Christmas trees and decora-
tions are a potential fire hazard, the
Fire Division makes the following
suggestions to help make this a
fire-safe Christmas:
1. Saw off the butt of the Christ-
mas tree at an angle 1 inch
above the original cut. Place
the tree in water and check
the level daily. Place it away
from doorways and make
sure it has adequate support.
2. Use lighting equipment which
has the Underwriters' Labo-
ratories (UL) label. Check
for frayed wires, loose con-
nections, and broken sockets.
Do not plug too many cords
into one outlet.
3. Turn off lights before retiring
at night or leaving the house.
4. Metal trees are not a fire hazard
but may be a shock hazard.
Those with built-in electrical
systems should carry the
(UL) label.
5. Have plenty of large, safe ash-
trays around and use them.
Do not allow smoking near
tree, decorations, or wrap-
pings.
6. Above all, plan what to do in
case of fire. If fire strikes,
clear everybody out of the
house, then call the Fire De-
partment immediately. Dial
119 before attempting to
fight the fire by yourself.

Be content with your place in
life. The dead' always are.


-ati








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


December 19, 1969


Colonel Hartline Lauds


Retiring Employees


Maj. James Bozman, divisional commander of the Panama and Canal Zone
Salvation Army, accepts donations of toys from Robert and William Friar,
ages 9 and 6, at the Salvation Army headquarters in La Boca. The boys
are joining in the campaign to encourage Canal Zone children not to
throw away their broken and outgrown toys but to give them to the
Salvation Army or other charitable organizations for distribution to needy
families during the Christmas season. The boys are the sons of Mrs. Willie
K. Friar, of Diablo Heights.


Don 't Throw


Out Those


Usable Toys

The holiday season is clean-out-
the toybox time in many homes,
but don't throw away those broken
and discarded toys. The Salvation
Army would like to have them to
distribute to needy families.
Not only toys are needed but
clothing, furniture, or any other
articles can be used. Often the per-
son who receives the articles is able
to repair them so don't hesitate to
bring in articles just because they
are not in perfect condition.
Typical of the people being
helped by these donations are the
15 families in the Perlas Islands
whose story was brought to the
attention of the Salvation Armyv
this month. The toys and clothing
which the Salvation Army was able
to provide are making it possible
for the children there to have a
happy Christmas.
Items may be delivered to the
Salvation Army Regional Head-
quarters, 0792 La Boca Road any-
time during the clay and left under
the house.



Freedom Share
(Continued from p. 1)

new interest increase, savings plans
can be pursued more efficiently
with E Bonds alone.
Payroll deductions for purchase
of Freedom Share Notes will be
terminated as rapidly as possible
between January and June 1970 as
soon as the full purchase price has
been accumulated in each indivi-
dual account for issuance of a final
Freedom Share Note.
If an individual does not wish to
have his agency automatically can-
cel his existing E Bond-Freedom
Share Notes account, he may sub-
mit, prior to the expiration date for
his account, a new authorization
for E Bonds alone to become effec-
tive following the terminal pay
period for his existing Freedom
Share account.


Baseball

Tryouts

Tomorrow

Registration and tryouts for the
Pacific Minor League "Majors" will
be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the
Minor League Baseball Park in
Balboa, adjacent to the railroad
tracks. In case of rain, the time will
be changed to 1 p.m. tomorrow or
to 1 p.m. Sunday.
Parents or guardians should ac-
company player applicants so that
they may sign the registration and
agreement forms. Players to be
eligible for the league must be
attending U.S.-citizen schools in
the Canal Zone.
All boys, who played on the
"Majors" last year, must register if
they want to remain on the same
team and other new applicants not
only must register but also tryout
on the dates specified above.
Age requirements for the "Ma-
jors," according to date of birth are
as follows:
March 31, 1957 or before: ineli-
gible.
April 1, 1957 through March 31,
1958 inclusive: 12.
April 1, 1958 through March 31,
1959 inclusive: 11.
April 1, 1959 through March 31,
1960 inclusive: 10.
April 1, 1960 through March 31,
1961 inclusive: 9.
April 1, 1961 through March 31,
1962 inclusive: 8.
For further information, call Joe
Wood, Balboa 3192.

BE NICE TO HER?
Little Donald was pleased that
the new neighbors had finally
moved in.
Unfortunately, there was only
one girl his age in the family. But
his mother ordered, "Be nice to
her."
A few days later, they happened
to meet in the back yard.
"My name is Mary," she said.
"Mary!" he laughed, "so where's
your lamb?"
"I knew you'd be funny, Donald,"
she replied. "You certainly look like
a duck."


Ninety-seven Panama Canal em-
ployees with U.S. Government
service totaling more than 2,842
years or 5,954,552 man-hours re-
tired from the Canal organization
recently and those still on the Isth-
must received retirement certifi-
cates at a ceremony at the Roose-
velt Room of the Tivoli Guest
House last week. Acting Cov. R. S.
HIlartline presented the certificates
and addressed the retirees.
The Acting Governor thanked
the retirees for their many years of
faithful service and said that the
Canal organization was sorry to lose
them, their skills and the many
years of experience they represent.
He remarked on the fine record of
the Canal during its 55 years of
operation with no interruptions in
shipping and no increase in tolls.
He noted that formerly the ratio
between ships put through the
Canal and number of employees
was two employees for every ship
transit. Today, the ratio is even,
with approximately 15,000 em-
ployees putting through 15,000
ships each year, showing produc-
tivity has doubled.
A highlight of the ceremony was
when Harold I. Perantie, Chief of
the Administrative Services Divi-
sion, who usually is present to ex-
tend his congratulations to retiring
employees, came forward and re-
ceived his retirement certificate and
congratulations from the Acting
Governor.
Eric C. McDonald, accounting
clerk, with more than 50 years
Canal service, was dean of the
group in number of years worked.
Fitardo A. Henry, assistant cook in
the Corozal Immigration Office,
was a close second in length of
service with 49 years, 8 months,
and 29 days. Eleven of the retirees
had more than 40 years service.
Those who retired from Canal
service, the positions they held and
places of employment and years of
Government service are as follows:
Hubert C. Agard, Painter, Mainte-
nance Division: 36 years, 9
months, 8 days.
NicolAs Aguilar, Laborer (Heavy),
Division of Storehouses: 29 years,
26 days.
Vicente Alfaro, Supervisory Freight
Assistant, Railroad Division: 42
years, 11 months, 8 days.
Rostron A. Alleyne, Supply Clerk,
Division of Storehouses: 30 years,
1 day.
Ronald A. Archibold, Leader Sea-
man (Tugs), Navigation Divi-
sion: 40 years, 1 month, 23 days.
Jose A. Arias, Leader Foreman,
Community Services Division: 26
years, 10 months, 16 days.
Juan Arriaga, Utility Worker, Sup-
ply Division: 27 years.
Eugene I. Askew, Supervisory Ad-
measurer, Navigation Division:
38 years, 1 month, 22 days.
Arcadio Barlanoa, Lawn Mower
Operator, Community Services
Division: 25 years, 28 days.
Mrs. Adassa Bell, Sales Store
Checker, Supply Division: 28
years, 3 months, 24 days.
John P. Bidwell, Leader Machinist
(Marine), Industrial Division: 24
years, 1 month, 16 days.
Dr. Arthur W. Brown, Medical
Officer (Psychiatry), Corozal Hos-
pital: 28 years, 1 month, 1 day.
Ivan S. Brown, Meat Cutter, Sup-
ply Division: 40 years, 4 months,
12 days.
Walter G. Brown, Leader Instru-
ment Mechanic (Mechanical), In-
dustrial Division: 36 years, 7
months, 6 days.
Roscoe S. Burgess, Car Inspector,
Railroad Division: 25 years, 8
months, 18 days.
Minor Campbell, Painter, Mainte-


nance Division: 31 years, 5
months, 1 day.
Joseph W. Casey, Leader Armature
Winder, Electrical Division: 25
years, 8 months, 17 days.
John B. Coffey, Printing Officer
(Superintendent Printing Plant),
Administrative Services Division:
44 years, 11 months.
Miss Iris A. Crichlow, Nursing
Assistant (Medicine and Surgery),
Gorgas Hospital: 31 years, 7
months, 3 days.
Arthur L. Dale, Supervisory Ac-
counts Maintenance Clerk, Sup-
ply Division: 41 years, 29 days.
Alfred A. Dansec, Laborer (Clean-
er), Electrical Division: 18 years,
11 months, 8 days.
Lt. Henry C. DeRaps, Police Lieu-
tenant, Police Division: 30 years,
4 months, 7 days.
Charles B. Douglas, Power System
Dispatcher, Electrical Division:
30 years, 2 months, 11 days.
Wilmer L. Downing, Payroll Sys-
tems Analyst, Accounting Divi-
sion, Office of the Comptroller:
36 years, 9 months, 24 days.
Samuel Dubin, Supervisory Distri-
butive Facilities Specialist, Divi-
sion of Storehouses: 29 years, 4
months, 28 days.
Vernon F. Farley, Meat Cutter,
Supply Division, 33 years, 3
months, 10 days.
Capt. Charles L. Foley, Master
SS Cristobal, Water Transporta-
tion Division (New Orleans): 29
years, 1 month, 4 days.
Cyril G. Francis, Laboratory Aid,
Coco Solo Hospital: 24 years, 8
months, 1 day.
Mrs. Myrtle A. Garraway, Food
Service Worker, Supply Divi-
sion: 26 years, 7 months, 15 days.
Asunci6n Gil R., Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division: 20 years, 13
days.
Granville U. Gordon, Motor Launch


1st Pentathlon

Swimming Meet

Is Announced
The first annual "Old 299" Swim-
ming Pentathlon will be held at the
Gamboa Swimmng Pool on Jan-
uary 10.
The event sponsored by the Di-
vision of Schools commemorates
the first transcontinental crossing
of the Isthmus by rail in January
of 1855.
The "Old 299" Pentathlon is de-
signed to establish the identity of
the best all around boy and girl
aquatic athlete. The five events,
selected to measure swimming
speed, endurance, stroke profi-
ciency, and diving are:
1. 100-yd. freestyle sprint.
2. 500-yd. distance swim.
3. 200-yd. individual medley.
4. Front dive.
5. Back dive.
All full time students of the
Canal Zone's U.S. schools ranging
in age from 15 up are eligible to
compete.
Registration forms are available
at all U.S. pools and must be on
record prior to Wednesday, Decem-
ber 31.
Trophies in the form of authentic
railroad spikes, silver-plated and
suitably engraved will be awarded
to the champion and runner-up boy
and girl. Additional awards with a
railroad motif have been provided
by Donald R. Brayton, manager of
the Railroad Division.
An "Old 299" Plaque depicting
the gallant old Iron Horse and list-
ing the names of the Annual Pen-
tathlon champions wxll be placed
on permanent display at Camboa's
Half-Way House.


Operator, Navigation Division:
31 years, 8 months, 12 days.
Ignacio M. Grant, Truckdriver,
Motor Transportation Division:
30 years, 1 day.
Oscar L. Hakanson, Lock Operator
Machinist Leader, Locks Divi-
sion: 20 years, 11 months, 25
days.
Miss Edith Harper, Sales Store
Clerk, Supply Division: 33 years,
8 months, 12 days.
Howard B. Harrison, Lead Fore-
man (Barge Maintenance), Dredg-
ing Division: 27 years, 11 months,
11 days.
Donald A. Hause, Safety Officer,
Office of the Director, Transpor-
tation and Terminals Bureau: 22
years, 6 months, 8 days.
Julian S. Hearne, General Engineer
(Dredging), Dredging Division:
39 years, 7 months, 5 days.
William H. Hele, Contraband Con-
trol Inspector, Customs Division:
39 years, 2 months, 5 days.
Fitardo A. Henry, Assistant Cook,
Customs Division (Corozal Im-
migration Office): 49 years, 8
months, 29 days.
Mrs. Frances E. Hunnicutt, Secre-
tary (Stenography), Police Divi-
sion: 20 years, 11 months, 27
days.
Alexander T. Jacks, Leader Laborer
(Heavy), Dredging Division: 47
years, 7 months.
John Kozar, Police Private, Police
Department: 31 years, 3 months,
13 days.
William R. LaChapelle, Retail
Store Department Manager (Gen-
eral): 17 years, 2 months, 20
days. .
Yane Leves, Towing Locomotive
Operator (Locks): 36 years, 6
months, 2 days.
Harold N. Lewis S., Guard, Supply
Division: 25 years, 11 months.
Sydney T. Lindh, Lead Foreman
Machinist (Marine), Industrial
Division: 32 years, 2 months, 22
days.
Everett H. Lippincott, Guard, Ter-
minals Division: 25 years, 9
months, 24 days.
Carlos L6pez, Carpenter, Locks Di-
vision: 30 years, 5 months, 19
days.
Juan D. L6pez, Seaman, Dredging
Division: 29 years, 4 months, 21
days.
Ram6n C. Luna, Leader Tire Re-
builder, Motor Transportation
Division: 42 years, 9 months, 5
days.
Eric C. McDonald, Accounting
Clerk, Accounting Division, Of-
ficle of the Comptroller: 50 years,
1 month, 13 days.
William J. McLaughlin, Foreman
Locks Operator, Locks Division:
25 years, 4 months, 17 days.
Theodore N. McPherson, Deck-
hand, Navigation Division: 28
years, 2 months, 8 days.
Julio Magan 0., Deckhand, Naviga-
tion Division: 31 years, 8 months,
26 days.
Richard J. Mahoney Superviso-
ry Construction Representative,
Construction Division: 30 years,
4 months, 15 days.
John K. Mall, Gardener, Commu-
nity Services Division: 30 years,
3 months, 16 days.
Ulpiano Marmolejo, Cemetery
Worker, Community Services Di-
vision: 31 years, 13 days.
Mrs. Elvina Mitchell, Counter-
woman, Supply Division: 23
years, 20 days.
TomAis Molinar, Luggerman, Sup-
ply Division: 26 years, 11 months.
John W. Muller, Supervisory Gen-
eral Engineer (Estimates), Engi-
neering Division: 32 years, 2
months, 15 days.
Harry E. Musselman, Payroll Su-
pervisor, Accounting Division,
Office of the Comptroller: 34
years, 5 months, 11 days.
Miss Gladys V. Notice, Cook, Coco
Solo Hospital: 29 years, 29 days.
(Balance of list to he published
next week)


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EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Vol VSpillway ec

Vol. VIII, No. 27 Mds de 55 Aios al Servicio del Camercio Mundial Viernes 19 de Diciembre de 1969


1eng;aje be AIabibab

7el f obernabor
Las festividades venideras marcaran el final de otro afio y otra decada,
plenos de logros y progress.
Durante 1969, el hombre dio sus primeros pasos sobre la luna y muchos
de nosotros, que tenemos la fortune de vivir en esta 6poca, pudimos ver
esta hazafia cuando succdi6. Tambien ha sido un aino de logros para el
Canal de Panama.
El trafico de naves permaneci6 en alto nivel, a la par que el numero de
superbarcos continuaba creciendo. Esas grandes naves contribuyeron a
que fuera impuesta una nueva marca de carga transportada por el Canal,
de mas de 100 millones de toneladas largas, durante el aio fiscal de 1969.
Quiero agradecer a todos los empleados del Canal por su permanent
y excelente desempeio que mantuvo a la via interoceAnica en perfect
operaci6n durante el aflo.
Mi esposa y yo deseamos Feliz Navidad a todos los empleados y sus
families, y a nuestros amigos de la Repdblica de PanamA. Que el Afio
Nuevo les traiga a todos alegria y prosperidad.
Y les decimos, a aquellos que tienen series queridos sirviendo a su pais
lejos del hogar, que rezamos por su retorno seguro y pronto, de manera
que el afio entrante est6n reunidos con sus families durante esta temporada
de Navidad.


Fuerza Adicional Para


Recoleccion de Basura


Dos docenas adicionales de tra-
bajadores y seis grandes camiones
serin agregados a la fuerza normal
de recolecci6n por el Ramo de
Mantenimiento de Predios durante
la semana de Navidad para una re-
colecci6n rapida de la basura en las
comunidades de la Zona del Canal.
Pero la cooperaci6n de cada re-
sidente es necesaria para ayudar a
mantener limpias las comunidades,
particularmente durante la 6poca
festival cuando se acumula mAs ba-
sura que en cualquier otra 6poca
del afo. Envoltorios de regalos, de-
coraciones, cajas y millares de otros
materials relacionados con la Na-
vidad forman montafilas de basura
que debe ser recogida y llevada al
crematorio.
Un personal adicional de hom-
bres y camiones estarA trabajando
toda la semana de Navidad, desde
el domingo 21 de diciembre hasta
el sAbado 27 de diciembre, hacien-
do recolecciones en las comunida-
des de ambos lados del Istmo.
Para acelerar las recolecciones,
se ha solicitado a los residents
empacar la basura en una cajeta o


bolsa y amarrarla firmemente antes
de ponerla en los grandes recipien-
tes de metal fuera de sus residen-
cias. El empaque facilitara el ma-
nejo a los trabajadores y ayudarA
a evitar que los animals sueltos
desparramen la basura.
Los padres de familiar deberAn
mantener a sus hijos alejados de la
basura despues que es puesta afue-
ra para ser recogida. J6venes curio-
sos gustan de escarbar en la basu-
ra, a menudo sin considerar el es-
pectaculo repugnant que pueden
crear. Tambien tienden a pasar por
alto cualquier peligro contra la se-
guridad como vidrios rotos, clavos
expuestos o astillas de madera.


No Bote los Cabitos
Cuando sus lApices queden con-
vertidos en cabitos y muy cortos
para ser usados en su oficina o en
la casa, no los bote. Ll6velos a la
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal en
donde pueden ser usados para mar-
car los libros que son prestados y
para otras tareas.


~IL* ;


Algunas de las Muchachas Guias de la Zona del Canal, de las de Pana-
mai y de las Muchachas Gufas Internacionales aparecen en plena labor
arreglando un arbol de Navidad, durante el campamento que efectuaron,
como actividad navidefia, en el Gimnasio de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, el sAbado 13 de diciembre.



Hospital de Corozal


Cambia de Nombre


El Hospital Corozal, imnica ins-
talaci6n de tratamiento psiquia-
trico en la Zona del Canal, se lla-
marA de ahora en adelante Centro
de Salud Mental de la Zona del
Canal. El Coronel H. H. Ziperman,
Director de Salubridad de la Zona
del Canal, hizo el anuncio la se-
mana pasada, luego que el Gober-


nador W. P. Leber firm la orden.
El nuevo nombre va de acuerdo
con las actuales funciones de dicha
instituci6n, que ha cambiado y se
ha ampliado con el pasar de los
afios para cumplir con las necesi-
dades de la comunidad. El Centro
de Salud Mental de la Zona del
Canal, reconocido recientemente
como tal por el Instituto Nacional
de Salud Mental, ofrece ahora una
gran variedad de servicios.
Incluyen atenci6n psiquiAtrica
de urgencia las 24 horas del dia, lo
mismo que atenci6n para pacientes
internos y externos, asi como para
pacientes diurnos y nocturnos. Hay
servicio de consultas disponibles
para individuos, para grupos y en-
tidades, lo mismo que un servicio
de rehabilitaci6n industrial.
Se han organizado programs es-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Revista de


Autos Desde


El 2 de Enero

La revista annual de seguridad
para 1970, que se efectua a todos
los vehiculos a motor de uso pri-
vado con licencia de la Zona del
Canal, comenzarA el viemes 2 de
enero de 1970, en los talleres de la
Division de Transporte a Motor del
Canal de PanamA, situados en
Anc6n y en Crist6bal.
Las horas de la revista serAn se-
guidas, desde las 8 a.m. a 5 p.m.,
inclusive durante la hora del al-
muerzo, todos los dias de la sema-
na regular de trabajo, de lunes a
viernes. Se ha establecido este ho-
rario con el fin de que todos los
dueflos de vehiculos, aquellos que
tienen horario regular de trabajo
de oficina y los que trabajan en
turnos rotativos, tengan la oportu-
nidad de hacker revisar sus ve-
hiculos fuera de sus periods nor-
males de trabajo.
Se recuerda a los duefios de
autom6viles que deben tener en su
poder una copia del registro para
1970 de su vehiculo cuando lo
Ileven a revisar.
La revista incluirA frenos, siste-
ma de luces, ventanas y parabrisas,
luces direccionales, bocinas, alinea-
miento de ruedas, llantas y otras
parties del autom6vil que afecten
la seguridad. Luego de que el ve-
hiculo sea revisado, se colocarA una
etiqueta engomada de revisado en
el parabrisas y al duefio se le en-
tregarA un certificado de revisi6n.
Este iltimo document deberA le-
varse en el vehiculo en todo mo-
mento. El costo de la revista, in-
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Adelanto en el

Cierre de Planas
Debido a los dias feriados de
Navidad y Aio Nuevo, se adelan-
tarA 1 dia el cierre de plans del
SPILLWAY del Canal de Panamd en
sus ediciones del 26 de diciembre
y del 2 de enero.
El material que se desee publi-
car en esas dos fechas deberA estar
en la Oficina de Prensa del Canal
de PanamA a mas tardar el viernes
al mediodia de la semana anterior.
Solamente el material urgente pue-
de ser recibido y procesado a mAs
tardar el lunes durante esas 2 sema-
nas.


Gregory Bryant, de Fuerte Clayton, demuestra la re-
pugnante escena que es creada cuando la basura no
es empacada adecuadamente antes de ser colocada en
los tinacos. El Ramo de Mantenimiento de Predios


solicita que toda la basura sea empacada o puesta en
cajas y amarrada firmemrnente antes de ser colocada en
los recipients para poder hacker una recolecci6n ripida
durante la semana de Navidad.


pabibabe gin 3jncenbios
1. Corte el tronco del Arbol en Angulo a 1 pulgada sobre el corte original.
2. Coloque el Arbol en agua y verifique su nivel diariamente.
3. Coloque el Arbol en un lugar alejado de las puertas y asegdrese de
que estA fire.
4. Use solamente equipo de luces que tenga el sello de aprobaci6n de
los Underwriter's Laboratories (UL).
5. Antes de usarlo, verifique el sistema de luces para descubrir alambres
rotos, conexiones sueltas y enchufes daflados.
6. No enchufe demasiados cordones a una sola salida.
7. Los Arboles de metal no presentan riesgo de incendio, pero si de una
descarga elbctrica. Aquellos que han sido fabricados con su propio
alambrado electrico deberAn Ilevar el sello de aprobaci6n de Under-
writer's Laboratories (UL).
8. Apague las luces antes de acostarse en la noche o al salir de casa-
9. No permit que se fume cerca del Arbol, decoraciones o papel de
envolver. Coloque bastantes ceniceros grandes y seguros a mano
y dselos.
10. Ante todo-SEPA QUE DEBE HACER EN CASO DE INCENDIO.
Si esto sucede, saque a todos de la casa, y luego llame a la Divisi6n
de Bomberos INMEDIATAMENTE. Llame al 119 antes de inten-
tar combatir el incendio usted mismo.
jFefices 3agcuag; p Pr6petro iito .uebo
DIVISION DE BOMBERS DE LA ZONA DEL CANAL


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Diciembre 19, 1969


PROGRAM


DEL CANAL 2

DOMINGO
9:30- Conozeca el Mundo
10:00-Todo por la Patria
11:00-Alegrias
11:30-Mi Amigo el Mago
12:00-Loteria
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:30-Reprise de la Novela de las 6
4:30-Los Invencibles
6:00-La Novicia Voladora
6:30-El Zorro
7:00-Disneylandia
8:00-El Gran Chaparral
9:00--Mision Imposible
10:00-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-Los Detectives
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-E1 Homnbre del Rifle
5:30-Abbott y Costello
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30- Tres Patines
8:00-La Patruilla 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 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-Los Detectives
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-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3-30-Los Detectives
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30-El Robot Gigante
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-TeIenovela
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 de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Los Detectives
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
6:00-Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-TeIenovela
800-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show deola Una
2:00-Fl Detective Millonario
3:00-El Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
3:30-Los Detectives
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Homnbre del Rifle
5:30-Superman
6:00- Telenovela
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-El Caf6 Squirt
8:00-Lancer
9:00-Reto al Mal
9:30-El Show de Jos6 Feliciano
10:00-Noticias
10:30-El Detective Millonario


SABADO
10:00-Conozca el Mundo
11:00 Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El PAijaro Carpintero
12:00-Los Tres Chiltados
12:30-Noticias
1:00-De Muijer a Mstujer
2:00-Reprise de Ia Novela de las 7
6:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
6:30-Noticias
7.00-Tierra de Gigantes
8:00-Manni\
9:00-Noches de Europa Latina
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Cine Saibado


La Srta. Sybil M. Miller, oficinista
de almac6n en la Casa de Hu6spe-
des Tivoli, desempenia sus funciones
tanto en los almacenes del estable-
cimiento como en las oficinas prin-
cipales de contabilidad del lugar.
En la fotografia, la sorprendimos
efectuando uno de los peri6dicos
inventarios que tiene que verificar.
La Srta. Miller naci6 en el viejo
poblado de Las Cascadas, cuando
ya estaba finalizando la construc-
ci6n del Canal. Actualmente reside
en su casita propia en la secci6n del
Parque Lefevre de la ciudad de Pa-
rnma. IHizo sus studios primaries
en la Escuela Primaria de la vieja
poblaci6n de La Boca, en la Zona
del Canal; la secundaria la curs6 en
una escuela privada y luego se gra-
du6 en un curso de contabilidad
por correspondencia. Lleva mAs de
28 anios de servicios al Canal de
Panamin, pero durante los iltimos
24 afios ha prestado servicios sin
interrupcion en la Casa de Hues-
pedes Tivoli, donde ha desempefia-
do diferentes posiciones hasta llegar
a la actual en que le toca ordenar
todos los abastos que necesita el
establecimiento, tambi6n para fles-


Don Michael Randel, graduado
en 1958 en la Escuela Secundaria
de Balboa, ha escrito recientemen-
te un libro titulado "Tonos Res-
ponsariales de los Salmos para la
Oficina MozarAbica", que constitu-
ye el primer studio en serio dado
a la publicidad sobre esta material,
desde 19:30.
El libro esti basado en las con-
clusiones a que lleg6 Randel al
caho de 2 aiios de studio e inves-



jHumor!

Los j6venes que ganan suficiente
dinero para ir a una un'versidad en
estos dias, no necesitan mis educa-
cion.


PANAMA 1970


XX

Juegos Depoliw
Centioakedioan4

ydel Caribe.


tigaci6n efectuados en Espania so-
bre los neumas musicales, que eran
los simbolos que se usaban en la
notaci6n del Canto Gregoriano y
en la liturgia que utilizaban los
cristianos en Espanla antes del Si-
glo XII.
Randel, quien es professor asis-
tente en el Departamento de Mi-
sica de la Universidad Cornell, se
gradu6 en 1962 con altos honors
en la Universidad Princeton. Alli
recibi6 su grado de maestria en
artes v su doctorado en filosofia.
IIabi6ndole sido otorgadas las be-
cas Woodrow Wilson y Danford,
para ampliar sus studios, se deci-
di6 por la beca honoraria Woodrow
Wilson. Hizo sus investigaciones en
Espafia, gracias a la Donaci6n Ful-
bright.
El padre de Randel, Clay Ran-
del, es agent general en PanamA
para la Maryland Casualty Co. El
y su esposa han vivido en PanamA
durante muchos aiios.
Una copia del libro, publicado
por la Imprenta de la Universidad
Princeton, ha sido colocada en la
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal y
otra en la Biblioteca de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa.


IL BRAN


tas y events especiales, ademis de
tender al dia los inventarios como
dijimos antes. Es miembro de la
Iglesia Episcopal de San Pablo y
es sumamente active en todo lo que
signifique algo a favor de esa co-
munidad religiosa. Uno de sus pa-
satiempos favorites es cuidar de las
flores que ha sembrado alrededor
de su casa. Tiene una gran varie-


- C
dad, entire ellas azucenas, lirios,
helechos de diferentes classes y
sobre todo rosas de diferentes va-
riedades. Le encanta ver juegos de
beisbol. Antes era fanAitica de los
Yankees de Nueva York, pero desde
que decayeron no tiene equipo fa-
vorito. Por ahora, lo que mis espera
es su jubilaci6n y despues, desea via-
jar por diferentes parties del mundo.


Dele a los Pobres


Juguetes y Otros


Articulos Daftados
En esta temporada de fiestas es
cuando nos dedicamos en la casa
a limpiar la caja donde se guardian
los juguetes, pern se recuerda a
todos que no boten los juguetes da-
fiados y que ya los ninos no quie-
ren. El Ejercito de Salvacion desea
que se los den para dAirselos a otros
niios que gozaran con ellos.
Pero no s6lo se necesita Juguctes.
Hay muchas families que necesitan
ropa, muebles y cualquier otro ar-
ticulo que usted ya no quiera usar.
En muchas ocasiones, la misma per-
sona que recibe el articulo puede
repararlo. Asi que no vacile en lle-
varle al Ejercito de Salvaci6n cual-
quier articulo que no este en bue-
nas condiciones. Alguien lo utili-
zara.
Caso tipico de las personas a las
que ayudan estas donaciones lo
constituyen unas 15 families de las
Islas de las Perlas, cuyo caso fue
puesto en conocimiento del Ejer-
cito de Salvaci6n este mes. Son fa-
milias muy necesitadas y los jugue-
tes y la ropa que el Ej6rcito de Sal-
vaci6n les consigui6 harAn que sus
niiios tengan una Navidad feliz.
Los articulos pueden ser entre-
gados en el Cuartel General Re-
gional del Ejercito de Salvaci6n.


Pioywmn fte Emat


25 de diciembre-Navidad. Dia feriado en la Zona del Canal y Fiesta
Nacional en la Rep6blica de Panama.
27 de diciembre-El Consejo Civico de Pedro Miguel ofrecerA un dia de
atracciones a los nifos de esa poblaci6n con motive de las fiestas de
Navidad.
28 de diciemnibre-Dia de los Santos Inocentes. La Iglesia Cat6lica conme-
mora la matanza de nifios que tuvo lugar en la ciudad de Belon, en la
Os epoca en que naci6 Nuestro Seiior Jesucristo, por ordencs del Rey
Herodes de Judea. En los paises latinoamericanos existed la costumbre
OS de jugar bromas a los amigos y conocidos a los que se les engafia y
luego se les dice: "Inocente mariposa".
31 de diciembre-Dia de San Silvestre. Ultimo dia del aiio 1969.


En Su Pantalla


PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
I Aim At The Stars (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 19 CERRADO Ride The Wild Surf (AYC) Cry For Happy (AYC)
I Am At The Stars (AY) y Arizona Bushwhackers (AYC) y
Saibado 20 Ride The Wild Surf (AYC) CERRADO Crack In The World (AY)
Domingo 21 With Six You Get Eggroll (AYC) The Chairman (AYC) The Green Berets (A)

Lunes 22--_ With Six You Get Eggroll (AYC) The Frozen Dead (AY) y The Green Berets (A)
The Third Day (A)
Martes 23--- CERRADO The Sergeant (A) Hlow Sweet It Is (A)

Miercoles 24 The oThendeDay y The Endless Summer (AYC) CERlRADO
Picnic (A) v
Jueves 25- The Sergeant (A) CEliRADO The Silencers (A)
Rampage At Apache Wells (AYC) 10 00 p.m.
Viemes 26 CERRADO v First Men In The Moon (AYC) World Without Sun (AYC)
GUIA DEL CINE: A. Adultos; Y, Jovenes de 12 a 16; C, Niiios de 8 a 12.


Gente en la Noticia


PAgina 2


PROGRAM


DEL CANAL 4

DOMINGO
8:45-Programa de Juguetes de
Flipper
9:15-Fe y Alegria
10:00-Todo por la Patria
11:00-Ventana del Mundo
12:00-SAlvese Quien Pueda
12:25-Los Maravillosos Juguetes de
Felix
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-Los Astutos
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo
LUNES
11:00-Episodios
11:30-Aventuras
12:00-M6sica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00- Nuevo Cine HIogar
3:30 Folklore Nacional
4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30--Cataplium
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas 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 y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Miceronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero Enigma
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
MARTES
11:00-Episodios
11:30- Aventuras
12:00-Mi6sica y Risas
]1:00-Noticias
1:3()-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Ilogar
3:30-El Hogar y la Escuela
4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela die la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantaneas Sociales
(- 1o-Noticias
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos 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-uisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-l.a lora dc Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-La Mujer Opina
4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
0:00-Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Mi Oso y Yo
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero ms
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00-Micronoticiero y
Los Vengadores
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
JUEVES
11:00-Episodios
11:30- venturas
12:00-Musica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Conscios Para la Salud
4:00-La Espada Inveneible
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantineas Sociales
B:40-Noticias
7:30-Aqui EstA Tres Patines
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero y
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero N Novela
10:00 Micronoticiero y Los Rebeldes
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
VIERNES
11:00-Episodios
11:30-Aventuras
12:00-M6sica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Nuevo Ciut H-logar
3:30-Camino de la Verdad
4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30-Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Paiginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantaineas Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Daktari
8:30 -Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticiero v
Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Micronoticiero y Novela
10:00- Micronoticiero y La Ley del
Revolver
11:00-La Hora Cero
SABADO
11:30-Colorin Colorado
12:00-Mi Oso y Yo
12:30-Ieroes de Hogan
1 00-Noticias
1:30-El Show de Archie
2:0(0-Victor Martinez Blanco
I 00-Largo Metraje
5:30-Esa Chira
6 00-Programa de Juguetes de
Garbo
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Sihados de Orange Crush
8:00-A Peticion Suya
9:00-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
10:00- Superprodueciones del Sabado


Libro Sobre Musica Religiosa



Public Ex Alumno de Balboa


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Diciembre 19, 1969


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Paigina 3


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


tig\


Escenas como esta serAn vistas maiiana a las 3 p.m. y Miami Ski Club", como parte de la celebraci6n de la
el domingo al mediodia en la Bahia de PanamA frente Semana del Mar. Indudablemente que much publico
al Club de Yates y Pesca de PanamA en la Avenida Bal- acudira a ver el espectAculo.
boa, cuando se presented las integrantes del "Greater



Clasico de Panama a Taboga y



Regreso se Corre el Domingo


En el Club de Yates y Pesca de dos Unidos, hasta Taboga y regreso,
PanamA se celebrarA el domingo a en una distancia aproximada de 27
las 11 a.m. el Clhisico de Lanchas millas.
President de la Repiblica, can la El piblico que se congregue en
participaci6n de las mas veloces el club y en la Avenida Balboa,
lanchas de PanamA y de la Zona podriA ver tambi6n ese dia varias
del Canal. regatas de lanchas, tales como el
El ClAsico Presidente de la Re- ClAsico Dr. Luis A. Vallarino, para
piblica sera desde la sede del club, lanchas hasta de 10 caballos de
frente a la Embajada de los Esta- fuerza y para menores de 15 afios;







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Tres entusiastas del deported de las lanchas: Boris Valencia, Francisco
Pereira y Horacio "Tillo" Valdes (de izquierda a derecha), cruzan ideas
sobre el ClAsico de Lanchas Presidente de la Republica, que se correra el
domingo a las 11 a.m. de PanamA a Taboga y regreso. Ellos estAn en la
lancha "Bertran" de Alberto Pons, que competiri en la regata annual.


Cambios de Nutmeros en


El Directorio Telefonico


El nuevo Directorio Telef6nico
de 1970 de la Compania del Canal
de Panamai que serA distribuido a
partir del 29 de diciembre, conten-
drA algunos cambios de niumeros,
que serAn efectivos el 19 de enero.
Un digit ha sido eliminado del
prefijo clave PABX de las Esclusas
de Gatuin y todos los numeros de la
series 200 serAn cambiados a 700 y
los nuimeros de la series 300 serAn
cambiados a 800. De acuerdo con
el nuevo plan 5-7xx y 5-8xx seran
marcados en vez de 58-2xx y 58-3xx
para consegiir las Esclusas de
Gatin.


El prefijo clave PABX del Hospi-
tal de Coco Solo para llamadas fuera
del Area inmediata del hospital serA
cambiado de 34 a 32. Los numerous
de la series PABX 200 serAn cambia-
dos a numerous de series 600. Un nu-
mero del hospital marcado desde
fuera del Area del hospital serA
32-6xx en vez de 34 y los dos ilti-
mos digits del nilmero del tel6fono.
Estos camnbios traerAn a estas
areas mAs lines con el proyectado
plan de nuineros telef6nicos de la
Companlia del Canal de PanamA que
entrarA en vigor al terminarse la
nueva central telef6nica de Balboa.


carrera de esquies hasta la boya de
la Punta de Calafate y regreso, para
menores de 15 ailos; carrera de cir-
cuito para botes hasta de 45 caba-
Ilos de fuerza; clasico de esquies
hasta la Roca de San Jos6 y regreso;
carrera en circuit para botes hasta
de 90 caballos de fuerza; carrera en
circuit para botes hasta de 180 ca-
ballos de fuerza; carrera en circuit
para botes hasta de 21 pies de caba-
Ilaje v el clAsico Aquilino Vallarino,
carrera en circuit para botes ma-
yores de 21 pies de caballaje.
Todas las lanchas que participa-
rain en los events serin exhibidas
esta noche, a partir de las 8, du-
rante un gran festival en el Club
de Yates y Pesca, que serA ameni-
zado por dos orquestas. Habra des-
file de modas y baile hasta las 4 a.m.
Mafiana a las 3 p.m. y el domingo
al mediodia se presentara el gran
espectaiculo del "Greater Miami Ski
Club", que consiste en pruebas de
esqui acuitico con acrobacias en el
agua, el hombre cometa, esquiar en
el agua en la plant de los pies
hacia adelante y hacia atris, ade-
mas de otras pruebas que hara ese
grupo en el cual estAn bellas depor-
tistas de Miami.
Por la noche habrA un baile con
dos orquestas desde las 8.
La entrega de premios tendrA
lugar el domingo a las 7 de la noche.


Ingresan a Sociedad

De Honor Alumnos

En Escuela de Balboa

Veinticinco alumnus graduandos
de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa
serain iniciados hoy en la Sociedad
Nacional de Estudiantes de Honor
(National Honor Society).
De los 25 alumnus, 13 son varo-
nes y las restantes son nifias. H6
aqui sus nombres: John Beightler,
Victor Bogantes, Mark Bozman,
Elizabeth Calthirst, Lupe Cota,
Anne Fine, John Flumach, Kathy
Glass, Michael Hakanson, Luther
Jones, James Kunkel, Lynn Mayles,
Cloyd McIlvaine, Serafin Menocal,
Robert Miller, Bonnie Nehring,
Laurie N\gard, Michael Perry,
Marcia Rice, Norma San Miguel,
Leigh Scaggs, Joel Wadsworth,
Dalys Vargas, Stella Vives y Amy
Zenger.


Un distinguido colaborador de
esta column nos trajo, para que se
lo presentAramos a ustedes, el si-
guiente rompecabezas:
"En qu6 orden estAn los siguien-
tes numerous:
5, 4, 2, 9, 8, 6, 7, 3, 1".
Es un rompecabezas de verdad,
pero si piensan un poco, encontra-
rAni que es bastante fAcil de resol-
ver.

La Policia de la Zona del Canal
se encuentra repartiendo boletas a
tutipl6n. Pero no se asusten. Son
boletas de felicitaciones por esta
temporada de Navidad y en ellas
aconsejan discipline a todos los con-
lductores.
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Walter Yi, ingeniero panamefio
de servicio en el Ramo de Meteoro-
logia e Hidrografia del Canal de
Panamai, gozando de merecidas va-
caciones. Walter no ha viajado al
extranjero, sino que se ha quedado
en PanamA, visitando amistades en
todo el territories de la Repdblica.
Segsin nos han informado, Walter
pasarA un tiempo en Pes6, Provincia
de Herrera.

Todos los que tienen que venti-
lar algn asunto con la* Oficina del
Traductor Oficial del Canal de Pa-
namA saben que la Sra. Marcia de
Ortega, al igual que todas las demis
personas que trabajan alli son su-
mamente competentes en el desem-
peiflo de sus labores. Pero lo que
muchos no saben es que la Sra. de
Ortega es especialista en reposteria.
La pasteleria que hemos visto y
que ha sido hecha por sus experts
manos es como para chuparse los
dedos. Se prohibe que lean esto
iltimo los que estin guardando
dieta.
o a o
Los que visitan los Jardines de
Summit y aquellos que estAn pla-
neando tener alguna merienda du-
rante los meses del verano, gene-
ralmente se maravillan de lo bello


que es ese lugar. La verdad es que
los jardines son maravillosos. Pero
se mantienen asi merced al trabajo
de varias dependencias del Canal.
Principalmente, su aspect es debi-
do a los empleados asignados per-
manentemente a esa dependencia.
Son unos 18 empleados en total que
trabajan bajo ]a direci6n de Dudley
Jones, t6cnico en biologia del Ramo
de Manteniniento de Predios de la
Division de Servicios Comunales.
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Actualmente Jones esta en uso
de vacaciones y lo reemplaza Joclyn
Byrnes, primer capataz en el Dis-
trito de Balboa del Ramo de Man-
tenimiento de Predios. Ambos se
expresan en t6rminos sumamente
elogiosos del trabajo de los hom-
bres que estan bajo sus 6rdenes.
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El Ing. Ernesto Cordovez D.,
quien hasta haace poco era agr6-
nomo al servicio del Distrito Sur
del Ramo de Mantenimiento de
Predios, fue ascendido a 'Jefe de
ese Ramo en el Distrito Norte de
la Zona del Canal.
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Si algin dia ven por la orilla del
mar al Ing. TomAs Mir6, del Ramo
Estructural de la Divisi6n de Inge-
nieria, no crean que esti preparan-
do los plans para un puerto de
mar o cosa parecida. Lo que en
realidad estari haciendo el Inge-
niero Mir6 sera observer si hay
buenas olas cerca de la orilla. Para
los que no lo saben, el Ingeniero
Mir6 es uno de los mejores trota-
olas de Panama.
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Los nnmeros que comenzaron
esa column estin en orden alfa-
b6tico.

Una mala foto es una que revela
las arrugas . una buena, la que
nos tomaron 10 afios antes.
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,Sabia usted el caso de la mujer
que mat6 al marido por divertirse
S. -. con otra?


COmo Arruinar a sus Hijos

"12 REGLAS PARA CRIAR HIJOS DELINCUENTES"
PUEDE SER GARANTIZADO 99% INFALIBLE
1. Empiece desde la infancia a dar a su hijo todo lo que 61 le pide. De
esta manera crecern creyendo que el mundo le debe a 61 su existencia.
2. Cuando diga las primeras malas palabras, cel6breselas. Esto hara
career que 61 es "divertido". Tambi6n le animari a aprender frases mais
"divertidas" que mas tarde le "volarAni" su cabeza de sorpresa.
3. No le d6 nunca entrenamniento spiritual. Espere hasta que el nifio
tenga 21 afios de edad y entonces d6jele "decidir por si mismo".
4. Evite el uso de la palabra "reprensible" o "eir6neo". Puede adquirir
el complcjo do culpabilidad. Esto le hara career mis tarde, cuando se le
arrested por robar un carro, que la sociedad entera estai en contra de 61 y
que esti siendo perseguido injustamente.
5. Recoja todo lo que 61 deja tirado, como libros, zapatos, su ropa, etc.
Hiagale todo v mAs tarde sera un expert en echar la responsabilidad a
otras personas.
6. D6jele leer cualquier libro que 61 quiera. Tenga cuidado de que
la vajilla y los vasos que 61 usa esten esterilizadosi pero deje que su mente
se alimente leyendo "basura".
7. Pelee frecuentemente en presencia de sus nifios. De esta manera
61el no se sorprendera mAs tarde cuando el hogar se desbarate.
8. D6 a su niiio todo el dinero que 61 le pida. No deje que nunca gane
61 so propio dinero. (Por qu6 tiene 61 que tener todo a costa de sacrificio
como lo tuvo usted?
9. Complazca todos sus descos por comida, bebida y comodidad. Asegi-
rese de que todos sus deseos sextiales scan complacidos. Una negaci6n
puede conducir a un chasco mty da(ino.
10. P6ngase a favor de 61 v en contra de sus vecinos, profesores, policia.
Todos ellos estain con prejuicios en contra de su hijo.
11. Ciando 61el est6 en uina dificultad verdadera, disculpese diciendo que
ousted no pudo hacer nunca nada por corregirlo.
12. Preparese para una vida di torttira. Senta muy probable que li sted
la tenga. (Departamento de Policia, Houston, Texas.)







SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Diciembre 19, 1969


Gilberto Moya Vino


Hace 50 Arios... de Paso


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El Profesor Audley Webster, director de la Escuela
Primaria de Paraiso, al centro, hizo entrega de los
trofeos de la Liga de Baloncesto de Paraiso-Pedro
Miguel, en acto que tuvo lugar en el Ginmasio de
Paraiso. De izquierda a derecha aparecen: William


El uso de la marihuana en exce-
so causa una variedad de efectos
mentales y fisicos. Algunos de esos
sintomas pueden aparecer luego de
una o dos chupadas al cigarrillo y
el efecto puede durar desde various
minutes a varias horas. Puede con-
sistir en una leve euforia y llevar a
una sugestionabilidad excesiva y
percepci6n defectuosa que, a su
vez, produce una convicci6n exa-
gerada de que se estA pensando
mas clara, profunda y creativamen-
te. Tambi6n puede producer aluci-
naciones, ansiedad pronunciada, re-
acciones paranoicas y psicosis tran-
sitoria. La marihuana tiende a dis-
minuir las inhibiciones y le crea al
que la usa una falsa realidad ba-
sada en sus deseos o motivaciones
o en la situaci6n particular en que
se encuentra el que la usa.
Considerable preocupaci6n ha
sido expresadao en los Estados Uni-
dos sobre la posibilidad de cambios
en la personalidad y pArdida de
motivaci6n entire los jmvenes que se
dedican a fumar marihuana. Un
agent distorcionador de la reali-
dad como la marihuana tiene la po-
tencialidad de desarrollar futures
aberraciones psicol6gicas en el in-
dividuo que la usa. Siendo la ado-
Icscencia un period normal de en-
redos psicol6gicos, el uso de la
marihuana puede, y frecuentemen-
te causa, enredos adicionales. El
uso persistent de tal agente, que
sirve para salirse de la realidad
durante este period critic del de-
sarrollo del adolescent, con much
probabilidad afectara adversamen-
te la habilidad que en el future el
oven o la joven necesite para en-
frentarse a una sociedad compleja.
Algunos studios efectuados en
los Estados Unidos tienden a de-
mostrar que por lo menos algunos
de los que la usan presentan evi-
dencias de p6rdida de las motiva-
ciones convencionales. Parecen pre-
ferir un estilo de vida sin ninguna
orientaci6n que se basa en la ex-
clusi6n de ambiciones y de planea-
miento para el future.
Como ejemplo, aqui en la Zona


Gordon, uno de los organizadores de la liga; Armando
Reid, capitAn del equipo subcampeon de la division
mayor Deportivo Abernathy; Webster; Charles Brath-
waite. capitAn del equipo campeon Club 50, y John
West, otro de los organizadores de la liga.


del Canal, 37 de 38 adolescents,
admnitidos en el Hospital de Coro-
zal durante el pasado afio con un
historical de haber fumado marihua-
na en exceso, mostraron un des-
censo inicial y significativo en su
desempefio escolar. El 6nico pa-
ciente que no fue afectado de esa
manera mostraba un comporta-
miento agresivo y destructor hasta
el punto de llegar a la violencia
fisica cuando se encontraba bajo el
influjo de la marihuana. Tan pronto
como estos j6venes dejaron de usar
la marihuana en exceso, se produjo
una mejoria inmediata y significa-
tiva en sus logros escolares.
Algunos adolescents han trata-
do de justificar el uso de la mari-
huana diciendo que no es peor que
el uso del alcohol por los adults.
Sin embargo, ellos olvidan que no
es vAlido justificar la adopci6n de
un nuevo abuso sobre la base de
que no es peor que otro que ya
existe. El uso de la marihuana no
resuelve el problema del alcohol,
sino que lleva a crear un nuimero
adicional de individuos intoxicados
por la marihuana. MAs a6n, la ma-
rihuana, a diferencia del alcohol,
casi siempre es consumida con el
prop6sito expreso de obtener una
alta intoxicaci6n para dcsorientar-
se, a diferencia del tomador mode-
rado o social que usa del alcohol.
La Asociaci6n Medica America-
na ha declarado que la marihuana
es una droga peligrosa y como tal,
un peligro a la salubridad puiblica.
A pesar de oque declaran que no
desarrolla una dependencia fisica,
si se hace constar que no es una
droga innocua.

Una tercera part de los que us-
ted come lo mantiene vivo y las
otras dos terceras, mantienen vivo
a su medico.
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Un accident es una indicaci6n
de que algo anda mal-ya sea la
forma en que usted hizo el trabajo
o el equipo que emple6.


1No me vaya a hacer dafio! El pequefio John Michael David Patterson,
de Anc6n, expresa su preocupacion en moments que Gilberto Moya se
prepare a cortarle el cabello en la Barberia del Centro de Servicios Comu-
nales de Balboa. Moya complete este mes de diciembre 50 afios de servicios.


Hospital de Corozal ... Eduardo Blades


(Viene de la pigina 1)
peciales para el tratamiento del
alcoholism y para enfrentarse a
los problems de la adolescencia.
A los empleados de la Direcci6n
de la Direcci6n de Salubridad se
les proporciona adiestramiento en
Salubridad Mental para la Comu-
nidad.


Revista de Autos. .
(Viene de la prgina 1)
cluso la etiqueta y el certificado, es
de 75 centavos.
Los reglamentos vehiculares de
la Zona del Canal especifican que
los autos de propiedlad privada, re-
gistrados en la Zona del Canal,
deben ser revisados todos los aiios,
durante los meses de enero y febre-
ro. Se exhorta a los duenfios de autos
a que se presented temprano y evi-
ten los apuros de iltima hora.


Fue Escogido

El mas Valioso
La Liga de Baloncesto de Parai-
so-Pedro Miguel escogi6 como el
Jugador MAs Valioso de la tempo-
rada de 1969 al canastero Eduardo
Blades, en tanto que Ricardo Oga-
rro fue el mayor anotador y Mateo
Mitchell el mejor deportista de la
categoria mayor.
En la division menor, el Jugador
Mis \Valioso fue Eugene Welsh,
minientras que Amando Armnnand fue
cl mayor anotador.
El campe6n de la division mayor
fue el Club 50 y el subcampeAn
Abernathy. El campe6n de la menor
fue el Deportivo Richard y como
subcampe6n qued6 el Deportivo
Fawcett.


Poco antes de que Estados Uni-
dos entrara a la II Guerra Mundial,
un hombre rubio, de porte marcial,
entr6 a la barberia del Hotel Tivoli.
Pidi6 que le hicieran un trabajo
complete y se identific6 como un
bar6n europeo. El gerente de la bar-
beria se encarg6 personalmente de
atenderlo y cuando le present la
cuenta, por $2, el hombre mont6 en
c6lera y despectivamente le arroj6
un billete de $1. El gerente de la
barberia inform6 del incident a los
funcionarios del hotel, quienes lo
pusieron en conocimiento de la Po-
licia de la Zona del Canal. Al poco
tiempo, el nombre del gerente de
la barberia del Tivoli y el incident
aparecian en primera plana en los
grandes peri6dicos de Occidente: el
pseudo bar6n era en realidad un
espia nazi, escapado del Brasil.
Lleg6 Hace 50 Aflos
El gerente de la barberia del
Hotel Tivoli era Gilberto Moya,
quien en este mes de diciembre
complete 50 afios de servir como
barbero a miles y miles de residen-
tes de la Zona del Canal, muchos
de los cuales han sostenido corres-
pondencia con 61 afios despu6s de
haberse ausentado del Istmo.
Moya, desde hace ya bastante
tiempo dej6 el Tivoli y ahora estA
encargado de la Barberia del Centro
de Servicios Comunales de Balboa.


Pagina 4


NOTAS DE


SALUBRIDAD


Reside actualmente en Williamson
Place, en Balboa.
Guarda Muchos Recuerdos
Uno puede pasar horas escuchan-
do a Moya hablar de sus viejos
amigos, unos que resident aqui y
otros que hace tiempo partieron
para otros lares. Mantiene active
correspondencia con muchos de
ellos, especialmente con el ex Go-
hemrnador J. S. Seybold. "Mientras el
General Seybold estuvo aqui de
Gobernador, todas las Navidades
me traia personalmente una botella
de champafia. Lo que mis le agra-
decia yo era el gesto de desocupar-
se una persona de su talla para ren-
dirle culto a la amistad. Es un gran
senior", dice Don Gilberto recordan-
do los dias que ya se fueron.
Se Qued6 por Casualidad
Fue una casualidad que se que-
dara en Panama. Nacido en Ecua-
dor, desde muy nifio sus padres lo
Ilevaron a Chile, donde pas6 gran
parte de su juventud, lo mismo que
en Argentina. Fue en Santiago y
Buenos Aires, donde aprendi6 su
profesi6n. Pero cuando uno habla
con Moya, queda gratamente sor-
prendido por su aire de gran senior
y por la gran cultural que se des-
prende de su conversaci6n. Durante
sus afios en Santiago y Buenos Aires,
altern6 con literatos y politicos. De
todos ellos del que mais recuerdos
guard es de Don Arturo Alessan-
dri, ex Presidente de Chile y quien
lo distingui6 con su amistad per-
sonal.
Quiere Mucho a Panama
A los 21 afios, a principios de
1920, se encontraba de paso en
PanamA, para ir a trabajar en M6xi-
co,. Pero al Ilegar aqui, el gerente
de la Barberia del Hotel Tivoli, que
no podia jubilarse por no encontrar
substitute, le hizo ver todas las ven-
tajas de trabajar aqui y todas las in-
certidumbres que presagiaba el con-
vulso M6xico de aquel entonces. El
resultado fue que se qued6 en Pa-
nama. Afios mas tarde, le ofrecie-
ron un contrato para administrar la
barberia de un hotel de lujo en
Paris. Luego un contrato parecido
en Miami. "Ya era muy tarde", dice
Moya, teniaa muchos amigos en
PanamA y en la Zona del Canal.
Pero la principal raz6n eran mi es-
posa, Eloisa Falc6n, nacida en Pa-
nama, pais que he adoptado como
mi patria, y mis hijas".
Moya tiene dos hijas, Olga y
Bertha, cinco nietos y tres biznietos.
Familia muy Apreciada
Olga, casada con Emilio Cadet,
cuenta con mAs de 23 afilos de ser-
vicios en el Servicio Informativo de
la Embajada de los Estados Unidos
en PanamA. Su esposo es gerente de
la Fibrica de Velas "Devoci6n" de
la ciudad de PanamA, pero es much
mas conocido en los circulos musi-
cales del Istmo por su condici6n do
magnifico baritono. Ha actuado en
producciones opernaticas y en una
ocasi6n actu6 al lado de Stella
Roman, de la Metropolitan Opera
House de Nueva York. Ademis, ha
representado a Panama en concur-
sos liricos intemrnacionales, como el
dle Mario Lanza, que tuvo lugar en
1951.
Bertha, a quien todo PanamA co-
noce como Betty, es esposa de Tito
Zerbinati, hombre de negocios de
la capital panameia. pr esidente y
Lrerente general de FARMA, S.A.,
firma importadora de products far-
mac6uticos.
La familiar que Gilberto Mova
fund en Panama, pais done seo
nued6 por accident hace 50 aiios,
es muy apreciada en todos los
circulos de PanamA v la Zona del
Canal. El sique so vida trabajando
en la Barberia de Balboa y los do-
mningos los pasa en uni6n de so es-
nosa y de sus hijas. nietos vy biznie-
tos quone lo van a visitar. Cada vez
cue la salud do so esposa lo per-
mite, se clan su escapadita a una
(asita cue la familiar tiene en Plava
Coronado a gozar de las brisas del
mar.




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