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: December 26, 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: VID00749
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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Hong Kons Fla

Epidemic Not

Expected Here
No major outbreak of A-2 type
Hong Kong influenza is expected
in the Canal Zone during the
1969-70 mfluenza season, accord-

ingttoal Ith official e type now
sweeping through Europe is the

samedstrounbthat caused thIst m
d 1968-69

Zuo res d tTh te se ma
year and can be considered at least
partially immune, no significant
outbreak is expected this year. It

oH Buh v a asrs of
the Isthmus just as they appeared
in a few locations in the United
States during the last flu season.
The U.S. Public Health Service
Advisory Committee on Immuniza-
tion Practices does not recommend
widespread vaccination with the
currently available influenza vac-
cines for healthy adults and chil-
dren. It is recommended, however,
for people with chronic disabling
conditions such as heart or lung
diseases. In these cases, a physi-
cian should be consulted for advice.
(Continued on p. 4)


COllege Dance

Scheduled for

Saturday Night
All college students in the area,
who are home for the holidays, are
invited to attend a holiday dance
at the Quarry Heights Officers
Club Saturday, December 27, at

dstonne will be featured
and free snacks will be served
while other refreshments will be
sold. Admission to the dance will
be $1.50 per person.

GeForLaddi to Irti ormation,0 all


A 10-Cent Airmail Stamp Book-
let will be placed on sale at the
Balboa, Canal Zone Post Office on
February 18.
The stamps to be contained in
the booklet will be of similar size
and same design and colors as our

iseesntwh h ITA rmail S permane
Canal dZone 01 tnte rThthe
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.
TO V OI (IS

Of nSpection
The 1970 safety inspection of
privately-owned vehicles licensed
in the Canal Zone will begin, Fri-
day, January 2, and all car owners
are urged to come early and avoid
the last minute rush.
The inspections will be conduc-
ted at the Panama Canal Com-
pany's Motor Transportation Divi-
sion garages in Ancon and Cris-
tobal, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in-
cluding the lunch hour, Monday
through Friday. This schedule will
make it possible for owners who
work regular office hours and others
who work on a shift basis to have
their cars impe)c d outside of nor-


the r 1 clm etgi t ana f 9
when they come for the safety in-
spection. All parts of the car which
affect safety will be inspected. This
includes such things as brakes,

1silg ing stein indows, d-
alignment of wheels, and tires '
An inspection certificate will be
issued and a sticker placed on the
windshi k1 after the vehi b

is 75 cents and the certificate must
be carried in the car at all times.
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
February.


SCN- TV To Show

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On Cycle Safety
The Air Force training film,
"Cycle Logic-Cycle Safety" will
be shown on SCN-TV, Monday,
December 29, at 5:30 p.m. and
January 1, at 3:35 p.m.
All operators or potential oper-
ators of motorcycles or other mo-
torized two-wheeled vehicles are
urged to see one of the showings
of this film which depicts the haz-
ards connected with the operation
of these vehicles.
The film points out that different
skills are needed to operate two-
wheeled vehicles from those re-
quired for automobiles, and illus-
trates how to handle them properly
under changing traffic situations.


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Attractive Lyda Lobo, housing project assistant, adds her bit of sparkle
to the Christmas tree in the Southern District Housing Office.

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Family LIFe Education


Comments Are Insted


parents having dependents in ele-
mentary schools, asking for their
opinions and comments.
The questionnaire was sent by
the schools not as a ballot but in
an effort by the school officials to
obtain opinions and suggestions,
All comments made in response to
the questionnaire will be given con-
sideration in the continued formula-
tion of the family life education

pr ciation to those who have
attended the meetings and to those
who have completed the question-
naire has been expressed by the
Superintendent of Schools. A final
clocision on the content of the pro-

1 nms so enri c eo
have been given full consideration,
the Division of Schools announced.



Help is Needed

0 Ontaining

Holid Tr b
By BS
Canal Zone residents are asked
to package trash in boxes or bags
and tie it up firmly before placing
it in trash containers to help speed
up collection. The packaging also
will make for easier handling and
will help prevent stray animals
from scattering it about.
Packaging is particularly im-
portant during the holiday season
when gift wrappings, decorations,
boxes, and other Christmas related
materials build mountains of trash
that must be collected and disposed
of.
Parents should keep their chil-
dren away from trash after it is
taken outside for collection. Young-
sters often dig into trash with no
thought to the unsightliness they
create and overlook safety hazards
such as broken glass, exposed nails,
and wood splinters.
The cooperation of all residents
is needed to keep the townsites
clean, especially during the holiday
season, when more trash is gen-
erated than at any other period
during the year.


The Superintendent of Schools
has invited written comments from
those who have not yet expressed
themselves on the proposed changes
in the family life education program
as presented in the elementary
schools.
Such comments are most helpful,
a wasoinves out, if Sey are re-
lated to the specific items in the
teaching guide for the program-

beCopries the achina Cguidle can
military libraries and may be

c t out or eview. ran -
men sl canne ea atoeobtain c e

Duri g tl months of Oct
and November, eight meetings were
held for the purpose of showing
films proposed for the famly life
education program. The meetings
"'ere held in pairs with the first
1 d fil
evening inc u ing a m designed
fo parent edue tion and & Shns

second evening featured films de-
signed for the middle grades,
The U.S. schools were divided
into groups for maximum coverage
and convenience with one series
being held at the Fort Kobbe school
on the West Bank; two series at
the Curundu Cafetorium; and one
at Cristobal High School. Similar
meetings were held earlier in the
year in all the schools in the Latin
American communities.
In each of the meetings parents
were given the opportunity to eva-
luate the films. After the meetings,
a questionnaire was sent to all

Guest Tours of Canal
Free guest tours of the Panama
Canal, beginning at 1 p.m. and
ending at about 4:30 p.m., are
being offered to the public Jan-
uary 2 and 3.
The tours begin at the Civil
Affairs Building on Gaillard High-
way and include a visit to Mira-
flores Locks and a briefing followed
by a partial transit of the Canal
aboard the launch Las Cruces.
Throughout the year free guest
tours are offered the first and third
Saturday of each month, begin-
ning at 1 p.m. from the Civil Affairs
Building.


Postage" and the value across the
bottom.
Each booklet will contain five
panes of four stamps (20 stamps)
stapled in a horizontal position and
will sell for $2.
First Day Covers will only be
serviced with full booklet panes of
fcan tamp requirincha annience

matted. The stamps in each pane
1 illabeblin a horizcmtala n nmm

Therefore, a minimum clear space
of 4% inches horizontally and 2%
inches vertically will be required

""'D tChand scene of
to allow sufficient space for the
alication of the booklet ane of
stamps and first day cancellation.
Collectors desiring first day can-
cellations may send addressed
envelopes with remittance to Phi-
latelic Agency, Balboa, C.Z. The
outside envelope should be en-
dorsed "First Day Covers 100 Air-
mail Booklet Panes." Remittance
will not include postage stamps or
personal checks.
Envelopes submitted should be
of ordinary letter size, he properly
acklressed, contain an enclosure of
medium weight, and have the flap
either turned in or sealed.
Requests for booklets must not
be included with orders for First
Day Covers, but sent separately to
Philatelict 2ency, r Balboa,0s g;

To insure prompt shipment of the
new booklets, orders should not
include other Canal Zone stamps.

Balboa Teen Dance
"The Truth" will play for the
young teens at the Balboa Teen
Club tonight from 7:30 to 11:30
p.m. Members will be admitted
free while nonmember will be

of ear. nominal fee. Dress is


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.

ti C ho s AAt rney Wallac BaHdo ds nd t
to Rowland K. Hazard, U.S. Attorney. Baldwin, a native of South Dakota
has been active in private law practice since 1960. He holds a law degre '
from Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich., and comes to the Canal
Zone from Royal Oak, Mich. He will be joined soon by his wife, Shirley.


THE PANAMA CNA Lot or the Panama canal Museu


New Stamp To Go on Sale


Christmas Sparkle


ASSIStant 4.1.. AttOrney





casis.ieour

FOr MedfCinOS

TO Star t Jan. 1

Employees and their families are
reminded that beginning January 1
all charges for medicine and other
items at Corgas and Coco Solo
Hospitals which cost less than $3
must he paid for in cash at the
time of the sale, except for emer-
gencies.
No change will be made in cur-
rent policy regarding fees for clinic
consultations and other services, or
for items costing more than $3.


(Schedul suectochne wthut oie)


Joseph R. Maravilla, right, Supply and Community Service Bureau Safety
Officer, receives congratulatory handshake and transistor radio from
Bureau Director L. A. Ferguson for winning a safety. slogan contest.
Maravilla entered the contest in October while attending the National
Safety Congress in Chicago. The winning slogan: "Why Safety? Why Not!


1


I


8:oo-scN News
8:05-Bonanza
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
sea nD S ,
10-30-Focus On Today
10:50-Four Star Playhouse
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Gale Storm
5:00-News
: al Line
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Bil dWin ler's Country
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Desilu Playhouse
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Meet Mr. Callaghan"
10:35-Focus On Today
10:55-Gale Storm
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31

4: C n kangaroo
5:00-News
05- h leingFisherman
6:00-Dateline
6 NorNews In Spanish
7:05-Andy Williams' New Year's
8:00-SCEveNShos' '
8:05-Jackie Glenson New Year's
9:00-CaE eZ e Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
Comrade Soldi"
: en rdTM y
10:45-Here's Edie
THURSDAY, JANUARY 1
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
,Mr. A you with Mitch
2:45-Shari Lewis
Of in BaiseketbaU
4:00-Holid Playhouse:
5:30-Re"
IDateHtne
6:55-SON NewsInSpanish
7:05-The Jim Nabors Hour
a-oo-scN News
8:05-Combat
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armebair Theater:
10:30-Foc'ToOParisoWith Love
10:55-Crossroads
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2

rg a Preston of the
Yukon"
se of the Week
5 30-Animal World
D noen Forum
6 SCNt NewbnkSpanish

7 CaterNronts
8 os-Hawaii calls
8:30-The sAnderson Show
(L w)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:os-ArniBhl ra eatoerl"
--Focu n To




The FAvers CANAL SPILL1VAY IS RH
ial 2icati nig sthe.ZPanarna
articles and pictures contained in it
are made available to all interested
news media for whatever use they
nea e riisnhetdow to ito aT$ amay
W. P. LEBER
Governor of the Canal Zone
R. S. HARTLINE
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information police
Material intended f or publication in
the SPHLWAY should be delivered to

f na I b OITI7VA
Distributed free to all Panama
flanal employees. Subscription c00st
for rot (inchahn aynn m
san om@ cri i nsaddBess t
Balboa Heights, C.Z.


THIE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Page 2


Following is the remainder of the
97 persons who recently received
reseemene .ereseases in a cere.
many at the Tivoli Guest House
presided over by Acting Gov. R. S.
Hartline. A partial list appeared in
the December 19 issue of the
SPILLWAY.
Andris Nilfiez, Warehouseman
Supply Division: 29 years. '
Julizin Olmos, Seaman, Dredging
Division: 28 years, 9 months, 27

Eh B. Orr, Accounting Assistant,
Accounting Division, Office of
the Comptroller: 39 years, 3
months, 20 days.


Victoriano Ortega, Laborer (Heavy),
Supply Division: 41 years, 27
days.
Adolphus L. Osborne, Truckdriver,
Motor Transportation Division:
29 years, 7 months, 17 days.
Mrs. Iris M. Ottey, Nursing Assist-
Ent. Corozal Hospital: 24 years,
11 months, 3 days.
Dudley E. Peart, Liquid Fuels
Wharfman, Terminals Division:
19 years, 6 months, I day.
Harold I. Perantie, Office Services
Manager (Chief, Administrative
Services Division), Administra-
tive Services Division: 30 years,
26 days.
William K. Price, Lead Foreman
Harbor, Navigation Division: 27


h soa NHuo
Pital: 28 years, 9 months, I day.
John A. Redway, Launch Dis-
patcher, Navigation Division: 41
years, 1 month, 6 days.
Gonzalo Revelo, Laborer Cleaner,
Community Services Division:
37 years, 6 months, 21 days.
Euaska M. Roberts, Wharfbuilder
(Maintenance), Locks Division:
30 years, 6 months, 11 days.
Darlton A. Robinson, Purchasing
Agent, Supply Division: 31 years,
months 29 da s
= 7 -
Jos6 M. Rodriguez, Linehandler,
Locks Division: 7 years, 8
months, 25 days.
,
Jose Rosell, Gardener,, Community
Services Division: 27 years, 5
months, 24 days.
William G. Rowe, Chief Engineer
Towboat, Navigation Division:
36years,3months,18days.
Zephaniah C. Rowe, Leader Sea-
Inan (Towboat Boatswain), Navi-
gation Division: 30 years, 4
days.
Anel I. Ruiz, Carpenter, Mainte-
nance Division: 29 years, 10
months, 4 days.
Juan Santana, Grounds. Mainte-
nance Equipment Operator,
Community Services Division: 32
years, 1 month, 20 days.
Albert A. Shore, Shift Engineer
(Mechanical), Electrical Division:
29 years.
Miss Mercerita E. Simmons, Nurs-
ing Assistant, Coco Solo Hos-
pital: 23 years, 3 months, 12
da s
John R. Smith, Supervisory Elec-
trical En ineer (General), (Chief,
Power Branch), Electrical Divi-
sion: 34 years, 5 months, 1 day.
Bernabb Solis G., Oiler, Electrical
Division: 27 years, 2 months, 15
d VS*
Vivian N. Swaby, Fireman (Float-
ing Plant), Dredging Division: 28
years, 2 months, 18 days.
Fitz J. Taylor, File Clerk, Corgas
Hospital: 38 years, 7 months, 28
days.
Joseph A. Thomas, Linehandler,

Te)munals dDivision: 26 days, 8
Preston M. Trim, Supervisory Con-
trol House Operator, Locks Di-
ViSion: 27 years, 4 months, 16
days,
Harold S. Trotman, Leader La-
borer (Cleaner), Community
Services Division: 35 years, 1
month, 22 days.
Vincent E. Trotman, Seaman,
Dredging Division: 32 years, 6
MOnths, 24 clays.
Manuel Vergaras, Steveclore, Ter-
minals Division: 19 years, 5
months, 18 days.
Wilfred C. Warner, Chauffeur,
Motor Transportation Division:
30 years, 4 months, 11 days.
Aforris Waxman, Rates Analyst
Bud et and Rates Division Of-
fice of the Comptroller, 21 years,
2 months, 2 days.
Alexander W. Webster, Supply
Clerk, Palo Seco Hospital: 41
JORTS, 10 months, 19 days.

Selfish thrift makes one a rich
pauper.
a o a

Happy NEXT Year . We hope.


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
aptainonngars
4:15-Pentagon Forum
eeannSPowFootbaH
e nMar ee
6:25-The Joey Bishop Show
7:35-Get Smart
7:55-Visit to Russia
eNeelwelk Show
8:55-Canal Zone Calendar
9:00-SecretarySof the Army
9:25-Boxing From The Olympic
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Saturday Night Movie:
"Nobody's Baby'*
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28
1:00-SCN News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20--The Answ"
1:45-Danny Kaye
2:35-Swingin' Country
3:00-Profile
tuon msnxicThe Olympic
450-TheMikeDouglasShow
-- t on of the Yukon
6:55-Special Report
7:05-La once Welk Christmas
8:00-SCN News
s sont
e tr Mootre Show
F usIsOnhTo ay
11:15-The Sacred Heart
MONDAY, DECEMBER 29
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-Andy GrifHth
s -NIeowsaie
s:ao-Cycle Logue
Ha5isfePicture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Rowan & Martin Laugh-In


The use of mariJuana produces
a variety of mental and physical
effects, some of which may appear
after one or two puffs of a reefer
while the effect may last from
minutes to several hours.
The effects may be a mild eupho-
ria leading to an exaggerated
notion of, thinking more clearly,
profoundly, and creatively. It may
also produce hallucinations, pro-
nounced anxiety, paranoid reac-
tions, and transient psychoses,
Marijuana tends to lessen inhibi-
tions and creates for the user a
false reality based on his wants or
his motivations or the particular
situation in which the user finds
himself.
Considerable concern has been
ex dressed in the United States
over the possibility of personality
changes and a loss of motivation
amon youthful mari nana users
E 7 1 '
Such a reality-distorting agent
as marijuana can develop future
psychological aberrations in the
individual using it. Since normal
adolescence is a time of consider-
able psychological turmoil, the use
of marijuana frequently can pro-
duce additional turmoil.
Persistent use of such an agent
during this critical period of adoles-
cent development is likely to im-
pair the future ability of the young
person to cope with the demands
of a com lex society
Studies in the United States pur-
port to show that at least some
users present evidence of a loss
of conventional motivation. They
seem to prefer a non-goal-oriented
life style which emphasizes imme-
diate satisfactions to the exclusion
of ambition and future planning.
As an example, here in the Canal
Zone 37 of 38 adolescents admitted
to Canal Zone Mental Health Cen-
ter during the past year with a
history of smoking marijuana ex.
cessively showed an initial and
significant drop in school per-
formance.Theonepatientnotso
affected showed aggressive and
destructive behavior to the point
of physical violence when under
the influence of marijuana.


BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
sat.-sun., 2:30, 5:25, 8:20 p.m.-
Funny Girl (AY, C-mature)
Mon., 7:30 p.m.-Wild In The Streets
Tu Wed., 7:30 p.m.-Charly (A)
Th6urs. 2d33o5 6:15 8 35epdni (
C-mature)' '
DIABLO HEIGHTS *
Sat.-One Hundred Rifles (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-102
Su nd o tPTh Wind (AY)
Wed., 7:00 p.m.-Thurs., 2:00, 7:00
"' I #as TAuesday, This Must
Fri.-Anastasia (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Ficreest Heart (AY)
GAMBOA *
sat., 8:1s p.m.-Call Me Madam (AYC)
Sun.-If It's Tuesday, This Must Be
Belguim (AY)
'ee A Dan thnTtep inAd) (AY)
Fri.-Mirage (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Sheriff Of Fractured Jaw (AY)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
sat., 7:oo,.m.-sum., 2:oo, 7:oo v.m.
My Side Of The Mountain (AYC)
(AT)
el---ThdeLosst InA
Wed.-The Great Imposter (AY)
Thurs.-Fri.-Funny Girl (AY, C-mature)
MARGARITA *
Sat.-Murderers' Row (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-99
mins.)-Daniel Boone (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Battle Of Britain (AYC)
Tues.-The Sun Also Rises (A)
wed.-Secret Of The Purple Reef (AY)
filt2(()0, 7:00 p.m.-Romeo And
w sh am (0AYp%.-The
EndlessSummer(AYC)
GATUN*
sat.-Five Million Years To Earth (AY)
sunmin .) 21 d20 B da Y5C)
'"' ne HE Ir IDa ees ))


December 26, 1969


PanCanal Retirees


Safety Contest \Xinner


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As soon as these young people
gave up excessive use of marijuana'
an immediate and significant im-
provement in their school achieve
inent occurred.
Some teenagers have justified
the use of marijuana by saying it
is no worse than adult use of alco-
hol. They forget, however, that it
is not valid to justify the adoption
of a new abuse on the basis that
it is no worse than a presently
existing one. Using marijuana does
not solve our alcohol problem but
leads merely to more mart]uana
:
intoxicated individuals.


At The M~ovres


Thurs.-Secret Of The Purple Reef (AY)
Fri.-Romeo And Juliet (AY)

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(R), AYC or as Listed AAA
Saturday, December 27, 1969
BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
TI nel)arn C ---Ha ley Mills, Dean
tery. (Color.) T-122 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Little Prince And Eight-Headed Dragon
-A fairy tale in full-length animated
cartoon feature. (color.) T-los mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Submarine X-1-James Caan: The true
or b laBnti min tthu itsubmarine
T-96 mins.
COCO SOLO
2:00p.m.
Night Of The Grizzly-Clint Walker:
A savage grizzly terrorizes a small
western town. (Color.) T-110 mins.
MARGARITA

Smoky-Fess Par2k r life and devel-
opment of a wild black stallion. (Color.)
T-110 mins-
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
For The Love Of Mike-Richard Base-
hart: Little boy and old priest have
dreams that come true. (Col .)mins

oAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
pe th n ic^ogram subject to
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
T-8I 1 tes Total Running Time.
R-In c tceastRse .ish Titles.





sum classes

Offered at

Balboa YMCA
Mrs. Brigetta Stevenson, a spe-
cialist in the field of ladies excer-
cise programs and dancing instruc-
tion, will begin Ladies Slim and
Trim Classes at the Balboa Armed
Services YMCA January 15.
Classes will meet Monday and
Thursday at 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
The program is designed to get
more enjoyment out of life by feel-
ing better. For further information
call the YMCA at 2-2839.

KEEP IT VERY MERRY . .
At Christmas, all roads seem to
lead home. Wherever it is, someone
cares if you get there safely. Don't
let carelessness or undue haste on
the highway involve you in tragedy.
Someone's happiness depends on
your safe arrival.


SUNDAY BRUNCH
The Tivoli Cuest House would
like to extend a special invitation
for you and your family to attend
the Sunday Brunch on Decem-
ber 28, in the Roosevelt Room. The
brunch is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The menu will feature: assorted
fruit and juice trays, potato pan-
cakes with butter and hot syrup,
eggs ranchero, creamed chicken
with biscuits, cottage fried potatoes,
grilled pork chops, grilled bacon,
assorted dry cereals, buttered toast,
cinnamon toast, jam, jelly, Graham
gems, assorted sweet rolls, coffee,
tea, or milk. Price is only $1.75
for adults and children $1.25.
PANAMA NIGHT
iQUE VIVA PANAMA! The
Tivoli Guest House is proud to
announce that Monday, Decem-
ber 29, it will offer the best in
native Panamanian dishes to de-
light the palate, at its weekly
buffet. Some of the most enticing
items of the menu include: fried
corbina, arroz con pollo, baked
plantain, fried yucca sticks, tossed

bu hr ses ay, drpo
tries, beverage. Call 2-2111 for re-
servations for any one of three con-
venientseatings:5:30,6:30,0r7:30
p.m. Adults $1.65, children $1.10.
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY
Lucho AzeArrfiga 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
fuice, coffee, tea, or milk.


G.rl Scouts

Give Toys to

Salvation Army
Canal Zone Cirl Scouts recently
presented toys to the Salvation
Army for distribution in the Salva-
tion Army's Christmas programs.
Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 46,
Central Command Neighborhood,
completed work on their toymakers
project and contributed their handi-
work to Maj. James Bozman, Divi-
sional Commander of the Salvation
Army in Panama and the Canal
Zone, during a ceremony at the
Balboa Union Church.
The Girl Scouts worked on their
toymakers project for 4 weeks and
completed some 20 each of several
different toys including stuffed toy
snakes, marble bags, beanbags,
and treasure boxes. The Scouts also
collected usable toys from home.
The toymakers work was con-
dated under the leadership of
Troop Leader Mrs. Larne Hutchin-
son, Troop Committee Chairman
Mrs. Addie Bingham, and Troop
Badge Consultant Mrs. Elaine
&own.
Major Bozman explained that
the tops would be distributed to
children at the Salvation Army
Corps' Day Nursery in Rio Abajo.


- 'IIIS~IPRll~a~Rl~rm~111~


Page 3


THE PANAMA CANAL SPLLLWAY


December 26, 1969


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ing; Dr. Irvin Sobel, professor and chairman of economics; Dr. Corin;
Dr. Robert Coyne, director of FSU college programs; Miss Jetzabel
Feraud, Mrs. Rita Hannigan, Mrs. Penelope Jones, Louis Marrano, and
Thomas Denham. Mrs. Mary Ann Nita, who also received her degree,
is not shown in the photograph. .


Officials of Florida State University in Tallahassee join Dr. Theodore S.
Corin, director of the Canal Zone Branch, in congratulating graduates
who received their degrees in a recent ceremony on the campus at Albrook
AFB. Left to right, are: Dr. Robert M. Johnson, graduate dean and dired-
tor of research; Dr. Warren B. Nation, professor and chairman of market-


wanna, N.Y., graduated from high
school there and went into the
Armed Forces in 1943. He was
assigned to the European theater
of operations until 1947 when he
joined the State Department For
eign Service. He has served in
(Continued on p. 4)


The Canal Zone Branch of Flor-
ida State University awarded six
bachelors degrees at the fall grad-
uation ceremony held on the cam-
pus at Albrook AFB, recently. This
brought to 17, the total number of
baccalaureate diplomas conferred
by the Branch since it was accred-
ited as a 4-year extension college
in 1968 by the Southern Associa-
tion of Colleges and Schools.
Officiating at the graduation
were Dr. Theodore S. Corin, direc-
tor of the Canal Zone Branch of
FSU, and representatives from the
FSU campus in Tallahassee. These
included Dr. Robert Coyne, direc-
tor of FSU College Programs; Dr.
Robert M. Johnson, director of re-
search and graduate dean; Dr.
Warren B. Nation, professor and
chairman of marketing; and Dr.
Irvin Sobel, professor and chair-
man of Economics.
Those receiving degrees were
Mrs. Rita Hannigan, Miss Jetzabel
Fraud, Mrs. Penelope Jones, Louis
Marrano, Thomas Denham, and
Mrs. Mary Ann Nita.
Mrs. Hannigan, a native of New
Haven, Conn., is a 1967 graduate
of the Canal Zone College. She
now lives in Diablo Heights with
her husband, Thomas J. Hanni-
gan, Jr., and children.
Miss Feraud was born in Pan-
ama and attended Balboa High
School through the eleventh grade,
She graduated from Cloquet High
School in Minnesota under the
American Field Service Interna-
tional Scholarship program and
attended the Canal Zone College
and the Santa Maria la Antigna
University in Panama. She began
her studies at FSU in October 1967.
She has been employed by the Sup-
ply Division of the Panama Canal
organization since 1964.
Mrs. Jones, who received a
bachelor of arts in social science, is
presently employed by the Divi-
sion of Schools as a recreation spe-
cialist at Howard Elementary
School. Her husband is in the Air
Force stationed in Colorado. Mrs.
Jones received her high school
diploma in 1964 through the GED


Equivalency Program and attended
Brevard Junior College in Cocoa,
Fla., and the Canal Zone Junior
College. She plans to return to the
United States in the near future
and continue her studies in the area
of education or sociology.
Marrano, originally from Locka-


playing the violin for his supper,
he went to Spain for a year where
he fell in love with the land and
the people. As I Walked Out One
Midsummer Morning is an unusual
and lovely book,


4',


.

.





2
Wallace S. Brians, right, Candidate Commander in the Regimental Bat-
talion, receives congratulations from Commander Burke, USN, at the
regimental review prior to receiving his commission as ensign at Pensa-
cola, Fla. Brians was first in his class, and graduated with honors in his
academic training. He had the highest average in both military and
physical training. He received the Outstanding Student Award and served
as regimental commander during the week of graduation. Ensign Brians
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn L. Brians of Margarita. He was
graduated from Cristabal High School in 1985 and from Florida State
University in 1969. He and his wife, the former Marcia Gregory of Miami
Springs, will spend Christmas visiting the Canal Zone. At present he is
continuing his Naval Flight Training at Pensacola.


fOrlda State Graduates Six


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By Emily J. Price
Earth Shine by Anne Morrow
Lindbergh is made up of two
essays, one about primitive life in
Africa and one about Cape Ken-
nedy during the astronauts' first
orbit of the moon. Her recollections
of the early days of space-rocket
research and her famous husband's
meetings with Dr. Coddard, the
rocket pioneer, are valuable history.
The contrast between the ultimate
scientific achievement of space re-
search and the account of the primi-
tive wildlife in Africa point up
Mrs. Lindbergh's sense of the
planet as a whole and of the deli-
cate balance of all forms of life
which she writes about so elo-
quently,
Sad to say Alistair MacLean's
new book Puppet on a Chain
doesn't quite make it. The master
of suspense and cliff-hanging ad-
venture has changed his style and
written a run-of-the-mill interna-
tional spy story complete with girls,
master criminals, and complicated
violence. Maybe next time he'll go
back to sea and write another
"HMS Ulysses,"
In the same lively vein as her
stories about Elsa the lioness Joy
Adamson now recounts her expe-
riences with a cheetah muned Pip-
pa in The Spotted Sphinx. Raised
in captivity, Pippa had to be in-
troduced gradually into life in the
wild. The book includes many
photos of this entrancing animal'
Laurie Lee was a young man in
1935 when he left his farm home
in England carrying little but his
violin. Walking great distances,





BEAUTY IS A BEAST
,
The 'beautiful' one, complete

,ith tong s n hai rand ote n
decorated car into the service sta-
tion.
"Gas?" questioned the attendant,
"or shall I just water your daisies?"
"Justgasitup,"repliedthebeau-
tiful one. "Please don't touch my
daisies."
a a a

SCROOGE AGAIN
"Course I like Christmas! I even
like Santa Claus. But if he doesn't
get those hoof-stamping reindeer
off my roof, I'm going to heave his
sleigh right onto the freeway.


















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OCo Solo Hospital

OFFers Prenatal
.
Film, Discussions
A program of prenatal films and
discussions, sponsored jointly by
Coco Solo Hospital and the Divi-
sion of Preventive Medicine, will be
held in the Coco Solo Hospital Con-
ference Room during the months
o January and February. This pro-
gram is coordinated with the Pre-
natal clinical schedule. Films, which
will begin at 12:30 p.m., will be as
follows:
Monday, January 12 and Thurs-
day, January 15: "Personal Care
During Pregnancy."
Monday, January 19 and Thurs
day, January 22: "Medical Care
During Pregnancy."
Monday, January 26 and Thurs
day, January 29: "Labor and
Delivery.
Monday, February 2 and Thurs-
day, February 5: 'Bathing the
Baby.,,



Hon Kon Flo

(Continued from p.1)
For any non-immune person,
who does contract an influenza-like
illness, bed rest, plenty of fluids,
and fever-reducing medication,
such as aspirin, are recommended.
If the illness lasts more than 3 or
4 days or if complications develop
a physician should be consulted.


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


December 26, 1969


Page 4


The first annual "Old 299" Swim-
ming Pentathlon, to be held at the
Gamboa Swimming Pool January
10, is being sponsored by the Di-
vision of Schools and will comme-
morate the first transcontinental
crossing of the Isthmus by rail in
January of 1855.
The "Old 299" Pentathlon is de-
signed to determine the best all-
round boy and girl aquatic athletes.
The five events to be held were
selected to measure swimming
speed, endurance, stroke profi-
ciency, and diving. The events are:
100-yard freestyle sprint; 400-yard
distance swim; 200-yard individual
medley; front dive and back dive.
Eligible to compete are all full


time students of the Canal Zone's
U.S. schools who range in age
from 15 years and up. Registration
lists are at all U.S. civilian and mil-
itary pools and must be signed prior
to Wednesday, December 31.
Trophies in the form of authentic
railroad spikes, silver-plated and
engraved will be awarded to the
champion and runner-up boy and
girl. Additional awards with a rail-
road motif have been provided by
Donald R. Brayton, manager of the
Railroad Division.
An "Old 299" plaque listing the
names of the annual Pentathlon
champions will be placed on per-
manent display at the Gamboa
Swimming Pool.


Above: Navigation Division em-
ployees put an oil skimmer pump
in position in the Cristobal pier area
near the launch landing where there
is an accumulation of oil spill
brought in by currents and tides
from other areas of the bay. The oil
and water mixture is pumped into a
settling tank and the water drained
after the oil has separated and
floated to the top. The device is an
experiment in the continuing effort
to solve the oil pollution problem
in Canal waters. The skimmer is
operated by electric power. Photo
at left shows how the oil and water
mixture is pumped up the pipe in
the center of the photo and into the
tank at the left.


- --- .
This "Old 299" is the last of the Canal construction-day locomotives, now
on display at the Balboa Heights station. However, this is not the same
engine which made the first transcontinental crossing of the Isthmus by
train in 1855, which is being commemorated by the first annual "Old 299"
Swimming Pentathlon.


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin


Lo
Bureau or ca-
Division tion
Comptroller P
Navigation P
Civil Affairs P
Com. Serv. A-P
Industrial A
Printing Plant P

Clo .DSee{e se P
Dredging G
Navigation P
Gorgas Hosp. P
Comptroller P
Comptroller P
Maintenance A-PP

Maintenance A
Locks A
Com. Serv. A-P
Maintenance A
Maintenance A
Maintenance P
Dredging G
Com. Serv. P

Ubrasry A-PP
Maintenance P
M.T.D. A
Comptroller P
Schools A
Schools A

ial P
Maintenance P
Engineering P
Dredging G
Palo Seco Hosp P


PERMANENT POSITIONS
Base Rate
Accountant, NM-5/7 __ _ $6,760./$7,841.60
Accounting Clerk (Typing), NM-4 $5,137.60
Administrative Assistant, NM-9 $8,403.20
Agronomist, NM-5/8 $5,699.20/$7,654.40
Boilermaker, M-11 $3.36
Bookbinder, M-11 $3.36

StNe grapher NM 41
Clerk-Stenograplier, NM-4 1 $5,137.60
Clerk-Typist, NM-3 1 $3,702.40
Clinical Nurse, NM-5/7 $6,406.40/$7,176.00
Computer Programer, NM-9/11 $8,403.20/$10,025.60
Computer Systems Analyst, NM-12 ___$11,897.60
I Equpnlent Repairman, M-10 __ .
Field Tractor Operator, M-6 _$1.43
General Engineer, NM-11 $12,729.00
Grounds Management Assistant, NM-4/8 $5,137.60/$ 7,654.40
Helper Plumber, M-5 $1.38
Helper Sheetmetal Worker, M-5 $1.38
Lead Foreman Painter, MS-3/10 $3.60
Leader Electrician (Lineman), MS-2a/11 $3.74
Leader Truckdriver (Heavy), MS-2a/7 $2.06

isAid, NM-2 (Intermittent) ~ -- ---
Machinist, M-11 $3.36
Motor vehicle Dispatcher, NM-3 (Driver sL cense required) $3,702.40
Rates Analyst, NM-5/11 $5,699.20/$10,025.60
Recreation Assistant (Sports), NM 4 (Water Safety
Instructor Certificate required) $5,137.60
Recreation Aid (Sports), NM-3 (Intermittent) $1.78

icprf tat ,n dl(Sports), NM-3 (Part-Time NTE 30 Hour ee
Structural Iron Worker, M-11 .$3.36
Supervisory General Engineer (Estimates), NM-12 $12,272.00
Supervisory Management Analyst, NM-11 $10,025.60
Supply Clerk, NM-2/3. $2,766.40/$3,702.40


TEMPORARY POSITIONS
Accounts Maintenance Clerk, NM 4 (NTE 6 30 70)
Card Punch Operator, NM 2 (NTE 1 Year)
Clerk-Typist, NM-2 (NTE 6 6-70) 1
inimil Nurse 3( ) 6-15 70)

Laborer (Cleaner), M-1 NTE 6-6-70)
Medical talloraotry Aid, NM2 (NTE 6-15-70)
Youth Counselor (Female), NM 7 (NTE 6-30 70)
(Part-Time NTE 30-Hour Week)


$5,137.60 Comptroller P 1
$2,766.40 Engineering P 1
$2,766.40 Com. Serv. P 1
$7.1 co Son A 1

$1.30 Com. Serv. P 2
$2,766.40 Coco Solo A 1

56,947.20 Ponce P 1


Application must be submitted on Form 433, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER. A separate
application must be submitted for each job listed. When applying for more than one position,
indicate 1st choice, 2d choice, etc. New hitting are shown in boldface type. The base rates
shown will be increased for U.S. cituens by 'he appropnate differential plus a tax factor
where applicable. I Indicates a written test requirement. & Signifies a security position to
be filled only by a U.S. cit zen. Further informahon may be obtained from the Employment
and Placement Branch, telephones 2-1221, 2-3618, or 3-1288. Employing officials should not
be contented directly.


Registration For Swim


(fO "d State

(Continued from p. 3)

Copenhagen, Denmark; Athens,
Greece; Tehran, Iran; Buenos Aires,
Argentina; and is presently regional
security officer with the U.S. Em-
bassy in Panama, where he lives
with his wife Nancy and two sons,
Neal, 9, and Mark, 8.
Denham was born in GoliacI,
Tex., and attended North Texas
State University and Texas A & I
before he enlisted in the U.S. Air
Force in 1966. He came to the
Canal Zone in 1967 where he is
serving as NOIC of Airman Assign-
Inents with Headquarters, USAF-
SO Personnel OfRee. He enrolled
in the FSU program in 1968. Den-
ham received his bachelor of arts
in social science and upon separa-
tion from the Air Force in July
1970, plans to enroll in graduate
school at the University of Texas
ivhere he will work toward a mas-
ter s degree in education with a
minor in sociology.
Mrs. Nita also received a degree
in social science. The daughter of
Afr. and Mrs. Tony Nita, of Balboa,
she lives with her parents and is
employed at the 470th Military
Intenigence cron, at are Amsor.
Her father is a leader lock operator
machinist at Pedro Miguel. A 1965
graduate of Canal Zone College,
she spent her junior year at the
University of Miami in Coral
Cables, Fla., and enrolled in FSU
in April 1968. Her main interest is
in the field of criminology.





Vol.VII, N. 2 Md de 5 Alosal ervcio el omecioMunialViernes 26 de Diciembre de 1969


BlOque de Estampillas


La Sra. Jones, que se gradu6 de
licenciada en ciencias sociales, es
empleada de la Divisi6n de Escuc-
las en calidad de specialist en
recreaci6n en la Escuela Primaria
de Howard. Su esposo esti en Colo-
rado con la Fuerza Abrea de Esta-
dos Unidos. La Sra. Jones se gradu6
de secundaria en 1964 y asisti6 a la
Universidad Brevard, Jr., en Cocoa,
Florida, y en la Universidad de la
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


0* ^ *
r iden L.1pmIones

So brePr os re me

De las Escuelas
El Superintendent de Escuelas
ha solicitado a los que todavia no
lo han hecho, que expresen su opi-
nion por escrito sobre los cambios
que se ha propuesto hacer al pro-
grama de educaci6n familiar que
se present en las escuelas prima-
rias.
, Tales opinions son sumamente
utiles, se sefial6, si se relacionan
con asuntos especificos del regla-
naento de ensefianza del program.
Copies del reglamento de ense-
fianza podr:in conseguirse en todas

laes bibliot c m litres d rCr
sados. Para obtener una copia se
puede hacer arreglos con los direc-
tores de las escuelas.
Durante los meses de actubre y
noviembre, tuvieron lugar ocho
reunions destinadas a proyectar
peliculas que han sido propuestas
como parte del program de ecluca-
ci6n familiar. Las reunions se ve-
rificaron en pares, siendo la pri-
mora para mostrar peliculas desti-
nadas a la educaci6n de los padres
y las otras peliculas eran para los
grades cle primaria. La segunda
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Entrard en Vigor

.go f, I
J ggg ggf ad

Sobre Medicines
Se recuerda a los empleados y
sus families que a partir del 19 de
enero se cobrard y se pagard en
efectivo todo medicamento y otros
articulos que cuesten menos de $3,
con excepci6n de casos de urgencia,
en los Hospitales Gorgas y Coco
Solo
No habri ning6n cambio en la
actual political relacionada con los
honorarios por consults mbdicas y
otros servicios, 0 por articulos que
cuesten mis de $3.

7
He br aPr og rema

p I I
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Hosp. Coco Solo
Un program de peliculas y dis
cusiones prenatales, patrocinado
conjuntamente por el Hospital de
Coco Solo y la Divisi6n de Medi-
cina Preventiva, se presentard en el
Sal6n de Conferencias del Hospital
de Coco Solo durante los meses
de enero y febrero. Este program
estari coordinado con el de la Cli-
nica Prenatal. Las peliculas que
comenzarin alas 12:30 p.m., se
presentanin como sigue:
Lunes 12 y jueves 15 de enero:
"Cuidado Personal Durante el Em-
arazo ".
a Lunes 19 y jueves 22 de enero:
bAtenci6n M&dica Durante el Em-
arazo .
Lunes 26 y jueves 29 de enero:
"Dolores de Parto v Parto .
Lunes 2 y jueves 5 de febrero:
"Bafiando al Bebe".
Las autoridades de Salubridad
de la Zona del Canal y las del Hos-
pital Coco Solo han declarado que
es sumamente convenient que tam-
bidn los futures papis asistan a es-
tas conferences prenatales.


q9-I-Y~7-(2,4)


No se espera en la Zona del
Canal un brote grande cle la in-
fluenza A-2 tipo Honk Kong du-
rante la temporada de influenza de
1969-70, declararon functionaries de
salubridad.
Parece que el tipo que esti azo-
tando a Europa es el mismo que
caus6 la epidemic de influenza en
el Istmo, durant 1968-69.
En vista de que una gran parte
de los residents de la Zona del
Canal tuvo la enfermedad el afio
pasado y puede considerarse par-
cialmente immune, no se espera un
brote de importancia este afio. Es
possible, sin embargo, que puedan
presentarse en el Istmo casos de
influenza tipo B, como ocurri6 en
algunas lugares de los Estados
Unidos durante la tiltima tempo-
racla de influenza.


El Comity Asesor sobre PrActi-
cas de Inmunizaci6n del Servicio
de Salubridad P6blica de Estados
Uni<10s no recomienda una vacuna-
o'6n general con las actuales vacu_
nas disponibles contra la influenza
para adults y nifios sanos. Se reco-
mienda, sin embargo, para perso-
nas enfermas, tales como las que
sufren del coraz6n o cle los pulmo-
nes. En estos casos, un facultative
deberA ser consulted al respect.
Para cualquier persona no inmu^
nizada, que contraiga una en erme-
dad parecida a la influenza, se re-
comienda descanso en la cama,
muchos liquidos y medicines para
bajar la fiebre, tales como aspirin.
Si la enfermedad dura mis de 3 6
4 dias o si surgeon complicaciones,
debe consultarse a un medico.


Un bloque de estampillas areas
de 10 centavos serd puesto a la
venta en la Oficina de Correos de
la Zona del Canal en Balboa, el
18 de febrero de 1970.
Las estampillas que estarin en
el bloque serin del tamatio similar
y mismo disefio y colors cle nues-
tras actuales series permanentes de
Correo A6reo de 100 que tienen el
SeH G biirn3ad anZ n

retropropulsi6n a la derecha de la
estampilla, con una estela detris
del avi6n; y con "Canal Zone" a



L Ins cci 'n
a pe o

De utos Desde

I d EE 2 8 n WO
La inspecei6n de seguridad de
1970 para los vehiculos particula-
res que tienen placa de la Zona del
Canal, comenzard el viernes 2 de
enero, ya todos los propietarios de
autom6viles se les exhorta a acu-
dir temprano para evitar correderas
de 61tima hora-
Las inspecciones tendrin lugar
en los garages de la Dwasion de
Transport a Motor del Canal de
Panarmi en Anc6n y Crist6bal, de
8 a.m. a 5 p.m. incluyendo la hora
de almuerzo, cle lunes a viernes.
Este horario permitird a los duefios
que trabajan en horas regulars de
oficina ya otros que trabajan por
turns, revisar sus autos fuera de
los periods normales de trabajo-
Los propietarios debersin Ilevar
una copia del registro de su ve-
hiculo para 1970 cuando 11eguen a
revisar sus autos. Todas las parties
del auto que afecten la seguridad
senin inspeccionadas. Esto include
cosas tales como frenos, sistema de
luces, ventanas, parabrisas, luces
direccionales, bocinas, alineamien-
to de ruedas y Ilantas.
Un certificado de inspecei6n serA
expedido y una etiqueta engomada
sent colocarla en el parabrisas des-
pubs que el vehiculo haya pasado el
revisado. El costo para ambos es
de 75 centavos y el certifica.do debe
ser 11evado er el auto todo el
tempo.
Las Realamentaciones Vehicula-
res de la Zona del Canal especifi-
can que los vehiculos cle propiedad
particular registrados en la Zona
del Canal deben ser revisados cada
afio durante los meses de enero y
febrero.


trav6s de la parte posterior y "Air
Mail Postage" y el valor a trav6s
de la parte inferior.
Cada bloque contender cinco
juegos de cuatro estampillas (20
estampillas) cosidas en fonna hori
zontal y se venderi por $2.
Las Cubiertas del Primer Dia se
rAn servidas solamente con los jue-
gos completes del bloque de cuatro
etan HMja j uirMndos ucnu i-1
entregada. Las estampillas en cada
juego estar:in en posici6n horizon-
tal y en un bloque de cuatro arre-
glos. Por 10 tanto, un espacio mmi-
mo libre de 4% pulgadas horizon-
talmente y 21/4 pulgadas vertical~
mente, se requerird en la esquina
superior derecha de cada Cubierta
del Primer Dia entregada para per-
mitir sufficient espacio para la so-
licitud del juego de estampillas del
bloque y el primer dia de cance-
laci6n.
Los co1eccionistas que deseen
cancelaciones del primer dia pue-
den enviar sobres dirigidos con en"
vio a la Agencia Filatilica, Balboa,
Zona del Canal. El sobre de afuera
debe ser endosado "First Day
Covers 100 Airmail Booklet Panes".
El envio no incluird estampillas o
cheques personages.
Los sobres entregados deberin
ser de tamano de hearts ordinaries,
ser debiolamente dirigidos, con un
contenido de peso median, y tener
el borde por clentro o pegado.
Las solicitudes para bloques no
deber:in ser incluidas con 6rdenes
para Cubiertas clel Primer Dia, pero
senin enviarlas separadamente a la
Agencia Filatilica, Balboa, Zona
del Canal, y debe incluir el porte
cle vuelta de correo. Para asegurar
el pronto envio de los nuevos blo-
ques, las 6rdenes no deberin incluir
otras estampillas de la Zona del
Canal.


PBSafin & CU B
I 0
IntertSBate r BTB

MOtOCid15tBS
La pelicula "Cycle Logic-Cycle
Safety", sobre seguridad en moto-
cicletas, serA presentada por SCN-
TV el lunes, 29 de diciembre, alas
5:30 p.m. y el 19 de enero, alas
3:35 p.m.
Se exhort a todos los conduc-
tores a potenciales conductors de
motodeletas, a toda clase de ve-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Lyda Labo L., la bella ayudante de proyectos de urbanizaci6n en la Ofici-
na de la Vivienda del sector Pacifico, aparece bajo el Arbol de Navidad,
pensando on los regalos que recibiria para la Nochebuena. No sabemos si
recibi6 el regal de su preference, pero les diremos que lo que mis le
hubiera gustado es que le regalaran un perrito.


La Extension de la Universidad
de La Florida en la Zona del Canal
otorg6 seis titulos de licenciado en
la ceremonial de graduaci6n de
otoiio que se celebr6 recientemente
en el campus de la Base de la Fuer-
za Abrea de Albrook. Con ello Ile-
garon a 17 las licenciaturas que ha
otorgado esa Extensi6n, desde que
fue acreditada en 1968 por la Aso-
ciaci6n del Sur de Universidades y
Escuelas.
En la ceremonial actuaron el Dr.
Theodore S. Corin, director de la
Extension de La Florida en la Zona
del Canal, y represenantes de la
Universidad de La Florida, situada
en Tallahassee, Florida. Entre estos
61timos estaban el Dr. Robert
Coyne, director de Programas Uni-
versitarios; el Dr. Robert N. John-
son, director de Investigaciones y
clecano de graduaclos; el Dr. War
ren B. Nation, professor y presiden-
te del Departamento de Mercadeo;
y el Dr. Irvin Sobel, professor del
Departamento de Economia.
Los nuevos licenciados son: Sra.
Rita Hannizan, Srta. Jetzabel Fe_
raud, Sra. Penblope Jones, Louis
Marrano, Thomas Denham y Sra.
Mary Ann Nita.
La Sra. Hannigan, nacida en
New Haven, Connecticut, se gra-
club en 1967 en la Universidad de
la Zona del Canal. Actualmente
v ve en Diablo con su esposo,
Thomas J. Hannigan, Jr., y sus
hilos.
La Srta. Fraud naci6 en PanamA
v asisti6 a la Escuela Secundaria
11e Balhoa hasta el undicimo grado.
Se gradu6 en Ta Escuela Secundaria
Closet. en Minnesota, gracias al
program de Becas Internacionales
del American Field Service y asis-
tid alas Universidades Santa Maria
la Antiona y de la Zona clel Canal.
Comenz6 sus estudios en la Exten-
sibn de La Florida en octubre de
1967. Es empleada de la Divisibn
de Abastos del Canal cle PanamA
desde 1964.


EL CANAL DEPNM


NO Esperan Epidemia de


A Empaquetar

La Basure en

Estas Fiestas
Se ha solicitado a los residents
de la Zona del Canal empacar la
basura en cajetas o bolsas y ama-
rrarla firmemente antes de colocar-
la en los recipients de basura para
ayudar a una recolecei6n ripida.
El empaque facilitara el manejo y
ayudard a evitar que los animals
sueltos desparramen la basura.
El empaque es particularmente

sptTea redo ne voll or so7e 1
galos, decoraciones, cajetas y otros
materials relacionados can la Na-
vidad forman montallas de basura
que debe ser recogida y Ilevada al
crematorio.
Los padres de familiar cleben
mantener a sus hijos alejados de la
basura despubs que es puesta afue-
ra para ser recogida. J6venes cu-
riosos escarban a rnenudo on la
ba a onaderarnel esPpecticulo

alto cualquier peligro contra la se-

try de t s isosd 0
dera.
La cooperaci6n de todos los re-
sidentes es necesaria para mante-
ner limpias las comunidades, espe-
cialmente durante la temporada de
fiestas, cuando se acumula mis ba-
sura que en cualquier otro period
del ailo.


Graduan 6 Licenciedos en





Uno de los complacientes, ambles

se:":::x'is:-ses.':o:.."f::
Casa de Hubspedes Tivoli es Theo-
philus A. Niles. Lleva poco mis de
1% aiios de prestar servicios en ese
establecimiento del Canal de Pa-
nami, donde ademis de servir
como camarero es tambidn canti-
nero y siempre se esfuerza en me-
-dad
jorar cada vez mas su capacx y
desempeiio, pues es persona que
desea la rarse una position en a
vida. Naci6 hace 30 afios en el
Hospital Gorgas. Hizo en PanamA
sus studios primaries y secunda-
rios y luego sali6 a ganarse la vida.
Ha ejecutado diferentes trabajos,
ero dice ue donde se ha espe-
cializado es en las labored que ac-
tualmente desempeiia. El 19 de
abril de 1962 contrajo matrunomo
con la Sra. BArbara Taylor de Niles.
De su uni6n han nacido cinco ni-
iios: Carlos, Alejandro, Ana, Theo-
philus, Jr., y Elena, que alegran su
hogar, situado en la Calle Maria-
no Arosemena, en pleno barrio de
Calidonia. Niles es catblico y la
iglesia de su preferencia es el Tem-
plo de San Miguel, parroquia del
Area donde reside. "Me gusta mu-
cho ir alli, pues los domingos des-
pubs de Misa me encuentro con
muchas amistades, tanto mias como
de mi sefiora asamos momen-
tos agradables", dice a manera de
explicacibn. Niles es miembro del
Club de Golf de Summit y se de-
sem elia bastante bien en ese de-
porte que le ha gustado desde que
era adolescence. Dice que le en-
canta manejar autom6vil y que es
fanitico del baile. "Pero, sobre
todo, me encanta mi trabajo. Con.
Sidero que es el medio que Dios
nie ha mandado para sostener a mi



Los Censos en Panama

Panama celebrard el VII Censo
de Poblaci6n y el III Censo de la
Vivienda el 10 de mayo de 1970.
El III Censo Agropecuario tender
lugar en la segunda quincena clel
mes de mayo de 1971 y el II Censo
Industrial, Comercial y de Servi-
cios, en el segundo trimestre de
1973.



PANAMA 1970


No se Expediran mas Vales de


27 de diciembre-El Consefo Civico de Pedro Miguel ofrecerb un dia de
atracciones a los niiios de ess poblaci6n con motive de las fiestas de
Navidad.
28 de diciembre-Dia de los Santos Inocentes. La Iglesia Catdlica conme-
mora la matanza de niiios que tuvo lugar en la ciudad de Belin, en la
6poca en que naci6 Nuestro Seiior Jesucristo, por 6rdenes del Rey
Herodes de Judea. En los passes latinoamericanos existed la costumbre
de jugar bromas a los amigos y conocidos a los que se les engafia y
luego se les dxce: Inocente mariposa".

ue .San Silvestre. Ultimo dia del afio 1969.
2 de enero-Dia de Duelo Nacional en Panam:1.
6 de enero-Dia de Reyes.


PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
Rampage At Apache Wells (AYC) 10 00 p.m.
Viernes 26.__ CERRADO y First Men In The Moon (AYC) World Without Sun (AYC)
Rampage At Apache Wells (AYC) I Aim At The Stars (AY) y
Saibado 27--- y First Men In The Moon (AYC) CERRADO Ride The Wild Surf (AYC)

Domingo 28. The Great Bank Robbery (A) With Six You Get Eggroll (AYC) The Chairman (AYC)

Lunes 29. __ The Great Bank Robbery (A) It (A) y First To Fight (AY) The Chairman (AYC)

Alartes 30 CEHRADO The Illustrated Man (A) The Sergeant (A)

Mikeoles 31 It (A) y First To Fight (AY) The Fiercest Heart (AY) CERRADO

Joeves 10 The Illustrated Man (A) CEHRADO eT rdDFad (2) y
The Cool Ones (AYC) y 10 00 p.m.
Viernes 2 CEHRADO Ensign Pulver (AY) Naked Jungle (AYC)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.


SP-ILLWAY D)EL CANA-L D)E PANAlA


Diciembre 26, 1969


Piging 2


DOMINGO
Conozca el Mundo
Todo por la Patria
Alegrias
Mi Amigo el Mago
Loteria
Show del Mediodia
ReprisedelaNoveladelas6
Losinvencibles
La Novicia Voladora
El Zorro
Disneylandia
El Gran Chaparral
-Misi6n Imposible
Premiere de Gala


9:30
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10:00
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4:30
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6:00
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6:30
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7:00
8:00
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10:00
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LUNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Unn
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
3:30-Abbott y Costello
moo-Telenovela
amo-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30- Tres Patines
8:oo--La Patrolla Juvenil
0 4slo Desconociao
10:30-El Detective Millonario



MARTES
11:15- Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapsedras
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:oo-Telenovela
rroess ines
9:00-Expectaci6n
16 ot^intasma v Ia sm. Mair
10:30-El Detective Millonario



MIERCOLES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-LoterfayAlegria
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
3:0000 I DetativdeeTI a idges
3 30-Los Detectives
ns eMd Rifle
5 30-El Robot Gigante
eit svela
7 oo-Telenovela
on de TV-2
8 30-Mi Amigo Toni
I -Ballic er de Chicago
10:30-El Detective Millonario



JUEVES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
ElosHonabrie de Rifle
12 so-Noticias
oDwtttli eUN Ilonario
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-Telenovela
8:00-Audacia es el Juego
9:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
10:00-Noticias
lO:30-ElDetectiveMillonario



VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
8- ol iT: ice< sRifle
12:30-Noticias
owe$t 3 00-El Tentro de Lloyd Bridges

mite
88 "f"m"e"a
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Telenovela
7:30-El Caf6 Squirt
tnoe I Mal
9:30-El Show de Jos6 Feliciano
lot resetive Millonario


0..
.. -


1
. ,r


.. .
v
. . 1

y labrarme fieros puedo decir que forman una
agrega con- sola familiar, donde todos ayudan a
mis compa- todos los demis".


familia decentemente


Ahora que la tasa de interns en
los Bonos de Ahorro de Estudos
Unidos, Serie E, ha aumentado de
4V4 a 5 por ciento, no se emitirin
mas los Vales de Participaci6n para
la Libertacl. Los Vales de Partici-
paci6n para la Libertad fueron
ofrecidos originalmente en 1967
para la compra en combinaci6n con
los Bonos E, pero con el nuevo
aumento cle interns, los planes de
ahorro pueden continuar en forma
mis efficient con los Bonos E sola-
Inente.
Las deducciones de planilla para
la compra cle Vales de Participa-
ci6n para la Libertad serin termi-
nadas 10 mis rApidamente possible


entre enero y junio de 1970 tan
pronto como el precio complete de
compra haya sido acumulado, en
cada cuenta individual, para la ex-
pedici6n cle un Vale de Participa-
ci6n para la Libertad final
Si una persona no desea que su
agencia canceled automaticamente
su actual cuenta de Vale de Parti-
cipaci6n para la Libertad-Bonos E,
puede presenter, antes de la fecha
de expiraci6n de su cuenta, una
nueva autorizaci6n para la compra
de Bonos E solamente, que sea
efectiva cuando termine de pagar
su cuenta actual para la compra
de Vales de Participaci6n para la
Libertad.


Ent Su Pant~alla


_____^___ __ml~


SABADO
Colorin Colorado
Mi Oso y Yo
Heroes de Hogan
Noticias
El Show de Archie
Victor Martinez Blanco
Largo Metraje
Esa Chica
Program de Juguetes de

a dFde Orange Crush
A Peticidn Suya
Viaje al Fondo del Mar
Superproducciones del Salbado


SABADO
Conozen el Mundo
Carnival de Cartones
El Paijaro Carpintero
Los Tres Chiflados
Noticias
De Muier a Muser
Reprise de la Novela de las 7
Deportes en TV-2
Mis Adorables Sobrinos

we Gigantes
Noches de Europa Latina
Noticias
-Cine S:1bado


11:30
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12:00
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12:30
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9:00
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10:00-
10:30


Gente en la NVoticia


PROGRAM

DEL 0 ANAL 4

DOMINGO
was 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
Fblix
1:oo-carrousellnternacional
100-Domingo Deportivo
5:30- Programa de Juguetes de
Aldens
6:00-El Taller de Santa Claus
noo-nonanza
sSat tos
10:00-Estreno Sorpresive
LUNES
11:00-Episodios
11:30--Aventuras
12:00-11x'ssica y Risas
3:oo Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
a 00- Nuevo Cine Hogar
3:30-Folklore Nacional
4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30--Cataplum
5:00- Novela de la Tarde
30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
o:so-Instantaineas sociales
e:4o-Noticias
7:30-Agui Estti Tres Patines
8:00-Lunes de Revlon
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Minondi He manos
9:30-Micronotic ero y Novela
--- ro> esco Br ris in

MARTES
11:00-Episodios
11:30- Aventurns
12:00-Missica y Hisas
]:00-Noticias
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
100-Nuevo cine nogar
3:30-El Hogar y la Escuela
4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30-cataplum
0:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
e:oo-Novela
6:30-Instantaineas Sociales
8 o-Noticias
7 30-Mi Oso y Yo
,a Hoonala9uti ental
9:oo-Micronoticiero y
9-30-MiCro it rH Tofoesla
10:00-Micronoticiero y Las Novias
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan

11:00-EpiMNRCOLES
11:30-Aventuras
12:00-Sortco 'de la Loteria'
12:15-Maisica 7 nisas
x oo sone..s
1:30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2 oo-Nuevo cine Hogar
a Mquin aopanninciblel
4 30-Cataplum
iela ddeellaaTairddae
a co-Novein
nst at neas sociales

7 ao-Mi oso y Yo
oc 1.y Canci 9 00-Micronoticiero y
aso-Micr t $ ofoesia
lo oo-Micronoticiero v

11 00-Lo eV g ol3 nnagan
JUEVES
11 00-Episodios
11 so-- iventurns
1 M ic1y Risas
1 30-La Hora de Corin Tellado
2: -NumajoCi HTaralud

4:00-La Espada Invencible
4:30 -Cataplum
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:30-Pdginas de la Vida
6:00-Novela
6:30-Instantainess Sociales
6:40-Noticias
7:30-Aqui Estai Tres Patines
8:00-Jueves Estelares
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Micronoticieroy
o:ao-M$rons t r mNaonosla
10:00-Micronoticiero y Los Rebeldes
11:00-Los Hermanos Brannagan
VIERNES
isoems

is co-wasica v nisas
-Not cija de Corin Tellado

2 00-Nuevo Cine Hogar
4 oo- anun a la Vedi e

(| sde IlaTairddae
6:oo-Novela
6:30-Instantaineas Sociales
6:40-Noticias

is =v'----v-a-
9:00 Micronoticiero v
9:30 Mi r 0 ro n ofo la
10:00 Micron6olticiero y La Ley del
11:00-LaR ora C ro


PROGRAMeA


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CORMOSIBerleanOS

y del Caribe.





Jubilados 97 Empleados


PR 118 3


SPILLWAY. DEL CANAL D)E PANAMA


-


De vista por la Oficina de Infor-
maci6n del Canal de PanamA es-
tuvo la semana pasada el famoso
pelotero panameiio Rodney Carew,
de los Mellizos de Minnesota, quien
fue el campe6n de bate de la Liga
Americana en la 111tima temporada.
Carew, un muchacho nacido en
Catiln, pero criado en Gambon, ha
vuelto al Istmo despubs de 7 ailos
de ausencia. Ha encontrado muchas
cosas nuevas y espera regresar el
ailo pr6ximo para prestar servicio
military aqui ya la vez jugar beis-
bol professional en PanamA.
a a .

Los amigos Roy A. Watson y
Wilfred Barrows tuvieron que usar
pangas para ir a reconocer sobre
el terreno lo que habia hecho la
fuerte lluvia caida sobre el sector
Athintico el fueves 61timo, cuando
los autorn6viles tenian que salirse
de la carretera transistmica torque
no la veian. Alfredo Garcia, del
Dep6sito de Aduana, iba con un


* *

Dirigentes de la Liga Profesional

:.::-ed
mo campeonato en la Zona del
Canal a partir del mes de enero
pr6ximo. Todos los afios los resi-
dentes de la Zona del Canal, espe-
cialmente los del sector Pacifico,
han presenciado fuegos en el Esta-
dio de Balboa, y si las circunstan-
cias 10 permiten, habri nuevamente
algunos partidos en la pr6xima
temporada. El campeonato, que ce-
lebrant sus bodas cle plata, debeni
iniciarse el 2 6 3 de enero pr6ximo.
a a a
El Coro de la Escuela Secuncla-
ria de Paraiso, bajo la direcei6n del
Professor Juan J. Hoyte, ofreci6 un


concerto de musical coral de Navi-
dad el viernes pasado a los pacien-
tes del Centro de Salud Mental de
Corozal. Los pacientes escucharon
deleitudos las interpretations de
los miembros del coro.
. *

No se celebrard en PanamA la pe-
lea por el titulo mundial de los
pesos livianos entre el campe6n
Armando Ramos, de Los Angeles,
California, y el ex campe6n Ismael
Laguna, de Panamti, ya que el en-
cuentro ha sido traslackdo a Los
Angeles por petici6n de los mento-
res del joyen campe6n mundial. La
pelea tenia que celebrarse el 10 de
enero en el nuevo Gimnasio Olim-
pico que se construe en los terre-
nos adyacentes al Hip6dromo Pre-
sidente Rem6n en Juan Diai para
los XI Juegos Deportivos Centro-
americanos v del Caribe. El en-
cuentro deberti celebrarse en la ter-
cera a cuarta semana del mes de
enero y ya Laguna viaj6 a Los An-

e =r-.a:
El cambio cle lugitr de la pelea hani
que nuxchos aficionados al boxeo

e le
boxeo panameho en numerosas ex-
cursiones que se orgaruzaran, tal
corno sucedi6 hace 2 ailos cuando
Laguna dispute el cetro de la divi-
si6n a Carlos Ortiz en Nueva York.
e a ,
Habni facilidades para los taris-
tas que vengan a los Juegos Cen-
tronmericanos y del Caribe y que
cleseen concern el Canal cle Pana-
met Miembros del Servicio de
Cuins de la Zona del Canal aten-
clenin a los visitantes en las Esclu-
sas de Miraflores, tal como 10 hacen
can tolo el que quiera conocer la
gran via acuritica.


Jos4 A. Reyes, al centre, Recolector de Basura del
Ramo de Mantenimiento de Predios, en el Distrito
Sur, recibi6 su Have de plata por haber trabajado du-
rante 20 ailos sin haber sufrido una lesi6n que le cau-
sara incapacidad. La entrega fue hecha por el Direc-
tor de Abastos y Servicios Comunales, L. A. Ferguson,
en presencia de empleados y jefes del ramo en el


Almac6n de Anc6n, De izquierda a derecha aparecen:
Joseph R. Maravilla, Oficial Encargado de Seguridad;
Beauford Hartley, Primer Capataz Maquinista Ope-
rario (Equipo Levadizo); Ferguson; Reyes; A. I. Bau-
man, Jefe Interino de la Divisi6n de Servicios Co-
munales; Roy Sharp, Superintendente Interino del
Ramo; y Paul Broussard, Agr6nomo-


Arthur L. Dale, Subjefe Oficinista
Encargado de Cuentas Corrien-
tes, Divisi6n de Abastos: 41 afios,
29 dias.
Alfred A. Dansec, Aseador, Divi-
si6n de Electricidad: 18 ailos, 11
meses, 8 dias.
Teniente Henry C. DeRaps, Te-
niente de Policia, Divisi6n de
Policia: 30 ailos, 4 meses, 7 dias.
Charles B. Douglas, Despachador
de Energia E16ctrica, Divisi6n de
Electricidad: 30 ai50s, 2 meses,
11 dias.
Wilmer L. Downing, Analista cle
Sistemas de N6minas, Contadu-
ria, Contraloria: 36 afias, 9 me-
ses, 24 dias.
Samuel Dubin, Subjefe Especialista
en Servicios de Distribuci6n, Di-
visi6n de Almacenes: 29 ailos, 4
meses, 28 dias.
Vernon F. Farley, Camicero Divi-
si6n de Abastos: 33 alios, 3 me-
ses, 10 dias.
Capit6n Charles L. Foley, Capittin
del Vapor Cristdbal, Divisi6n de
Transported Maritimo (Nueva Or-
leans): 29 ailos, 1 mes, 4 dias.
Cyril G. Francis, Auxiliar de Labo-
ratorio, Hospital Coco Solo: 24
afios, 8 meses, 1 dia.
Sra. Myrtle A. Garraway, Mozo de
Oficios, Servicio de Comidas,
Divisi6n de Abastos: 26 aisos, 7
meses, 15 dias.
Asunci6n Gil R., Estibador, Divi-
si6n de Terminales: 20 ailos, 13
dias.
Granville U. Gordon, Operario de
Lancha Motora, Divisi6n de Na-
vegaci6n: 31 aiios, 8 meses, 12
dias.
Ignacio M. Grant, Conductor de
Cami6n, Divisi6n de Transporte
a Motor: 30 ailos, 1 dia.
Oscar L. Hakanson, Capataz Ope-
rario de Esclusa (Meckinico Tor-
nero), Divisi6n de Esclusas: 20
afios, 11 meses, 25 dias.
Srta. Edith Harper, Oficinista de
Almac6n, Divisi6n de Abastos:
33 afios, 8 meses, 12 dias.
IIoward B. Harrison, Primer Capa-
taz (Mantenimiento de Bareazas),
Divisi6n de Dragado: 27 ai50s,
11 meses, 11 dias.
Donald A. Hause, Funcionario de
Seguridad, Oficina del Director,
Direcei6n de Transporte y Ter-
minales: 22 alios, 6 meses, 8 dias.
'Continuard en el prdximo admero) ,


Noventa y siete empleados del
Canal de PanamA, con un total de
mis de 2.842 ailos, 0 5.954.552
horas-hombre al servicio del Go-
bierno de Estados Unidos, se jubi-
laron recientemente del servicio al
Canal cle PanamA y aquellos que
todavia permanecian en el Istmo
recibieron sus certificados de jubi-
laci6n en una ceremonial que tuvo
lugar reoientemente en el Sal6n
Roosevelt de la Casa de Hubspe-
des Tivoli. El Gobernador Inte-
rino R. S. Hartline entreg6 los cor-
tificados y habl6 a los que se ju-
bilaban.
El Gobernador Interino agrade-
ci6 a los que se jubilaban por sus
muchos aiios cle leaves servicios y
express el pesar de la empresa de]
Canal al tener que prescindir de
ellos, de sus habilidades y de los
muchos afios de experience que
ellos representan. Se refiri6 a la ex-
celente marca de magnificos servi
cios implantada por el Canal du-
rante sus 55 afios de operaci6n, sin
interrupciones a la navegaci6n y sin
elevar los peajes. Senal6 que ante-
riormente, la proporci6n entre las
naves que transitaban el Canal y
el ndmero de empleaclos era de dos
empleados por eacla tninsito. Hoy,
la proporci6n es pareja, habiendo
aproximadamente unos 15.000 em-
pleados que atienden 15.000 tnin-
sitos al ailo, 10 que muestra que la
productividad se ha doblado.
Punto salient de la ceremonial
fue el moment en que Harold I.
Perantie, Jefe de la Divisi6n de
Servicios Administrativos, quien
por 10 com6n asiste para expresar
sus felicitaciones a los que se ju-
bilan, se adelant6 y recibi6 su cer-
tificado de jubilaci6n y las felici-
taciones del Cobernador Interino.
Eric C. McDonald, Oficinista de
Contabilidad, con mis de 50 ailos
cle servicios al Canal, fue el decano
del grupo en 10 que respect al
mimero de ailos laborados. Fitarclo
A. Henry, ayudante cocinero en la
Oficina de Inmigraci6n de Corozal,
le sigui6 cle cerca can 49 aisos, 8
meses y 29 dias. Once de los gue
se jubilaron tenian mis de 40 ailos
de servicio.
Los que se tubilaron del servicio
del Canal, sus posiciones, lugares
de empleo y afios de servicio al
Cobierno son los signientes:


Hubert C. Agard, Pintor, Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento: 36 ailos, 9
meses, 8 dias.
NicolAs Aguilar, Obrero (Trabajos
Pesados), Divisi6n de Almacenes:
29 ailos, 26 dias.
Vicente Alfaro, Subjefe Ayudante
de Carga, Divisi6n de Ferro-
carril: 42 afios, 11 meses, 8 dias.
Rostrom A. Alleyne, Oficinista de
Abastos, Divisi6n de Almacenes:
30 aflos, 1 dia.
Ronald A. Archibold, Capataz Ma-
rinero (Remolcadores), Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n: 40 ailos, 1 mes.
23 dias.
Jos6 A. Arias, Capataz, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales: 26 anos, 10
meses, 16 dias.
Juan Arriaga, Mozo de Oficios, Di-
visi6n de Abastos: 27 aisos.
Eugene I. Askew, Subjefe Arquea-
dor, Divisi6n de Navegaci6n: 38
afios, 1 mes, 22 dias.
Arcadio Barnalon, Operario de Cor-
tadora de C4sped, Divisi6n de
Servicios Comunales: 25 ailos, 28
dias.
Sra. Adassa Bell, Cajera (Almac6n),
Division cle Abastos: 28 anos, 3
meses, 24 dias.
John P. Bidwell, Capataz Mecanico
Tornero (Ntiutico), Divisi6n In-
dustrial: 24 afios, 1 mes, 16 dias.
Dr. Arthur W. Brown, Mbdica (Psi-
quitria), Hospital de Corozal: 28
ailos, 1 mes, 1 dia.
IvAn S. Brown, Carnicero, Divisi6n
de Abastos: 40 aisos, 4 meses, 12
dias.
Walter G. Brown, Capataz Mecti-
nico de Instrumentos (Ceneral),
Division Industrial: 36 aisos, 7
meses, 6 dias.
Roscoe S. Burgess, Inspector de Va-
gones, Divisi6n de Ferrocarril:
25 ailos, 8 meses, 18 dias.
Minor Campbell, Pintor, Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento: 31 aisos, 5
meses, 1 dia.
Joseph W. Casey, Capataz Embobi-
nador, Divisi6n de Electricidad:
25 ailos, 8 meses, 17 dias.
John B. Coffey, Funcionario En-
cargado de Impresos (fefe de
Imprenta), Divisi6n de Servicios
Administrations: 44 alios, 11
meses.
Srta. Iris A. Crichlow, Auxiliar de
Enfermeria (Medicina y Cirugla),
Hospital Corgas: 31 ailos. 7 me-
ses, 3 dias.


.

..

El Paradise Progressive Club de Parafso hizo una donsci6n de $25 al
Ejercito de Salvaci6n en la oficina central situada en la Calle de La Boca
y Union Place. En la vista aparecen de izquierda a derecha la Srta. Corde-
lia Smart. Hamilton Lavalas, la Mayor Lois Bozman, del EJercito de Sal-
vaci6n y la Sra. Lucille Jones. La donation ha sido para el fondo de ayuda
a families necesitadas.


Diciembre 26, 1969





Graduian 6 Licenciados en Universidad ...


ci6n con especializaci6n en socio-
logia.
La Sra. Nita tambidn obtuvo su
licenciatura en ciencias sociales. Es
hija de Tony Nita y Sra. Stella Nita,
de Balboa, y reside con sus padres.
Es empleada del Grupo 470 de In-
teligencia Militar en Fuerte Ama-
dor. So padre es empleado de las
Esclusas de Pedro Miguel. La Sra.
Nita se gradu6 en la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal en 1965, es-
tudi6 en la Universidad de Miami,
en Coral Gables y se matricul6 en
la Extensi6n de la Universidad de
La Florida en abril de 1968. Su
interns principal es el campo de la
criminologia.


Caballos con

Luces.de Cola

El caballo de Burton Pierce es
visible de noche. Lleva una luz
ro a intermittent en la cola un
farol delante. Pierce es el duefio
de la minica tiencla mixta del pue-
blo ilamado Buff, en Utah.
Dice 61 que las luces son una
buena protecei6n para los caballos
durante el sibado por la noche on
ese pueblo ranchero de 70 resi-
dentes. Las luces funcionan por
medio de una bacteria colocada en
Ja montura.


Piden Opiniones . .
(Vienedelapaginal)
reunion se destiny para proyectar
peliculas apropiadas para los grades
interrnedios.
Las escuelas estadounidenses se
dividieron en grupos para obtener
una cobertura v convenience mixi
ma. Una serie tuvo lugar en la Es-
cuela de Fuerte Kobbe, dos series
en el Cafetorium de Curundix, y
una en la Escuela Secundaria de
Crist6bal. Reuniones similares tu-
vieron lugar anteriormente este ano
en todas las escuelas de las comu-
nidades latinoamericanas'
En cada una de las reunions los
padres tuvieron la oportunidad de
evaluar las peliculas. Luego de las
reuniones, se envio un cuestionario
a todos los padres de familiar que
tenian dependientes en escuelas
primaries, solicit:indoles su opinion
y comentarios.
Los cuestionarios fueron envia-
dos por la Divisi6n de Escuelas con
el fin de que los functionaries de las
escuelas obtuvieran opinions y
sugerencias. Se dar:1 consideraci6n
a todos los comentarios hechos en
respnesta al cuestionario, al conti-
nuar la elaboraci6n del program
de educaci6n familiar.
El Superintendent de Escuelas
ha expresado su agradecimiento a
los gue han asistido alas reunions
ya los que han contested el cues-
tionario. No se llegard a una deci-
si6n final sobre el contenido del
program hasta que no se haya
dado consideraci6n complete a
todos los comentarios, sugerencias
y critics, anunci6 la Divisi6n de
Escuelas.


SPILLWAY'I DEIL CAlNAL DE PANhhAIA


Diciembre 26i, 1969


Pagina 4


bow City el viernes ultimo por la
tarde en el campo de estas filtimas,
al vencerlas por 23 carreras a 9 en
el campeanato intercolegial de soft-
ball.
El ataque de las vencedoras fue
de 16 incogibles por sblo 8 de las
perdecl0ras. Paraiso cometi6 4 erro-
res y Rainbow City 6.
La lanzadora ganadora fue Car-
men Labalsa y la perdedora Patri-
cia Kirton, la misma que habia ven-
cido a Paraiso en el fuego maugu-
ral por 8 a 6.
En el partido de beisbol Paraiso


res cada equipo.
El lanzador ganador fue Roy
Waton y el perdedor Eric Tucker.
En el softball femenino Paraiso
y Rainbow City estain empatados
con 1 victoria v 1 derrota cada uno,
n1ientras que en el beisbol Paraiso
estti adelante con 1 victoria y 0
derrotus, ya que el dia de la inau-
guraci6n empataron a 5 carreras
en 8 entradas.
El torneo intercolegial continua-
ri el viernes 9 de enero alas 5 p.m.
con el partido de softball yalas
7 p.m. el de beisbol en el cuadro
de Paraiso.


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Zona del Canal. Piensa regresar a
los Estados Unidos pronto y conti-
nuar sus studios en educaci6n o
sociologia.
Marrano, de Lockawanna, N.Y.,
se gradu6 alli de secundaria y entr6
alas Fuerzas Armadas en 1943.
Fue destinado al teatro europeo de
operaciones hasta 1947 cuando en-
tro al Servicio Extranjero del De-
partamento de Estado. Ha servido
en Copenhagen, Dinamarea; en
Atenas, Grecia; en TeherAn, IrAn;
Buenos Aires, Argentina; y actual-
mente es funcionario de seguridad
regional en la Embajada de los Es-
tados Unidos en PanamA, donde
vive con su esposa Nancy y dos
hiios, Neal, de 9 afios, y Mark,
de 8.
Denham naci6 en Goliad, Texas,
y asisti6 a la Universidad del Norte
de Texas va la Universidad Texas
-
"A & I", antes de alistarse en la
Fuerza Airea de Estados Unidos.
17ino a la Zona del Canal en 1967,
donde sirve en aO cina e Per-
sonal de la Fuerza Aerea del Co-
nianelo Sur. Se matricul6 en la Ex-

anm ch 6 1 no tula e
ciencias sociales y, luego de sepa-
rarse de la Fuerza Abrea en fulio de
1970. piensa matricularse en la es
cuela para graduacl0s de la Uni.
versidad de Texas, donde trabaiar:1
para obtener su Maestria en educa-


Escuelas; el Profesor George V. Richards, director de
la Escuela Secundaria de Parniso; y Ellis L. Fawcett,
superintendent ayudante a cargo de las Escuelas La-
tinoamericanas, quien hizo el lanzamiento de honor.
El partido de softball fue ganado por la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City a la de Paraiso por 8
carreras a 6, mientras que en el beisbol empataron
a 5 carreras en 8 entradas, Paraiso y Rainbow City.


Cuatro functionaries de la Divisi6n de Escuelas de la
Zona del Canal aparecen sosteniendo un bate y una
pelota en la punta, durante la inauguraci6n de los cam-
peanatos intercolegiales de softball femenino y beisbol
masculine en el campo de juegos de Paraiso. De iz-
quierda a derecha: el Profesor Oscar Surnan Carrillo,
director de educaci6n fisica; el Dr. Charles Lati-
mer, Jr., segundo superintendent de la Divisi6n de


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someterse una solicited separada para cada categories de empleo. Si hace solicitud para
mas de una posicidn, indique el orden de preference. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en
letras negritas. Los salaries Indicados serin aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. per
medio del diferencial apropiado ademis del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El slmbolo
1 indicda qudo es necesariodn a m la e ciEud simbolces ad enqsuees.esMaunoar aNci

puede obtenerse en el Ramo de Empleo y Utilizacidn de Empleados, telifonos 2-1221, 2-3618
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MANEJE SIEMPRE CON CUIDADO


Esta simptitica fotograffa fuc tomada en el vestibulo del YMCA de Balboa,
en donde aparece la nifia Lidia Heres, alumna de quinto grado del Insti-
tuto Alberto Einstein en Panam:i, dividndole "un secreto" a la Sra. Gena
Thompson, de Fucrte Kobbe, estudiante de la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal y madre de seis ni60s, ignion estaba distrazado de venado con motive
de las fiestas navidefias. El emphitu navidefio ha reinado en todos los
sectors tanto de Vanuma como de la Zonn del Canal.


Paraiso Ganb en Softball


En el Beisbol Inter cole gial
Las muchachas de la Escuela venci6 a Rainbow City por 7 ca-
Secundaria de Paraiso propinaron rreras a 2, bateando 6 hits por 4 de
una soberana paliza alas de Rain- los perdedores, cometiendo 2 erro-


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* * *
(Viene de la pdgina l)
hiculos motorizados de dos ruedas,
a que vean esta pelicula en cual-
quiera de sus dos presentaciones,
ya que en ella se muestran los pe-
ligros relacionados con la concluc-
ci6n de dichos vehiculos.

La pelicula muestra que se nece-
sitan diferentes habilidad para
opera vehiculos de os rue sa as
que se necesitan para operar auto-
m6viles, y enseila c6mo se debe
opera dichos vehiculos de acuerdo
con las diferentes situaciones del
trainsito.




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