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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: January 8, 1971
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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 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.
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Volume ID: VID00802
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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issn - 0364-8044
Classification: lcc - HE538 .A37
ddc - 386/.444/05
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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THE PANAMA CANAL





Splllway


Gift ofthe Panama Canal Museum


Vol. IX, No. 30 More Than 56 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, January 8, 1971



Next Citizenship Hearings


To Open Here Jan. 18


Three examiners of the Immigra-
tion and Naturalization- Service,
U.S. Department of Justice, are
scheduled to hold hearings for Cer-
tificates of Citizenship in the Canal
Zone, January 18-24.
Hearings will be by appointment
only for those whose applications
have been processed by the New
Orleans Office of the Immigration
and Naturalization Service and who
will be notified by mail from New
Orleans as to date, time, and place
of their Canal Zone hearing.
Pacific side hearings will be con-
ducted in Room 105, Building 5534
(the old Diablo Heights Elementary
School), on Hains Street, Diablo.
Atlantic side hearings will be held
in the Cristobal Customs Office.
Certificates of Citizenship are is-
sued in the Canal Zone by the Im-
migration and Naturalization Serv-
ice under authority of PL-89-710
signed by the President in Novem-
ber 1966. About 2,000 certificates
of Citizenship have been issued in
the Canal Zone in the past 4 years.
The January detail will be headed
by Andrew J. Carmichael, Jr., of the
Southeast Regional Office of the Im-
migration and Naturalization Serv-
ice in Richmond, Va. Carmichael
has recently been promoted to the
position of Regional Counsel and
this will probably be his final parti-
cipation in the Canal Zone program.
Harold J. Neubauer and William
Darlington of New Orleans will
complete the team assigned to this
detail. Neubauer has conducted
hearings in the Canal Zone before
and previous to the enactment of
PL-89-710 handled Canal Zone
applicants passing through New
Orleans.
Darlington is a newcomer to the
Canal Zone and replaces William T.
Jarmon of San Antonio, Tex., for
this assignment.
The Customs Division of the Civil
Affairs Bureau is charged with the
action responsibility of coordinating


Xmas Decoration

Prizes Awarded
E. T. Chappell, Jr., 227-B Coco
Solo, was awarded first prize for
the best decorated home for the
Christmas season in the contest
sponsored by the Coco Solo-France
Field Civic Council.
Second place winner was Albert
G. Terwilliger, 218 Coco Solo, and
Eugene T. Gregg, 250-C, Coco
Solo, won the third prize. The
prizes were free passes to the Coco
Solo Theater.
This is the first contest for
best decorated houses sponsored by
the Coco Solo-France Field Civic
Council.


Atlantic Xmas Tree

Burn Is Rescheduled
The annual Christmas Tree Bum
of the Margarita Recreation Associa-
tion will be held Sunday, January
10, instead of Saturday as was pre-
viously announced.
Fun and games will begin at
4 p.m. with the actual burning of
the Christmas trees beginning as
soon as it is dark.


the Canal Zone Certificate of Citi-
zenship assistance program.
Mrs. Lois K. Thomas, in the Office
of the Chief, Customs Division ad-
ministers the Canal Zone program.
Persons desiring assistance in prep-
aration of applications for future
hearings may contact Mrs. Thomas
by telephone at 2-4202. Her office
hours are 7 a.m. to noon; 1 to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday.


Locks Overhaul

Will Begin at

Gatun Sunday

The crane Hercules has moved
cranes and other equipment from
the Pacific to the Atlantic side for
the overhaul of the Gatun Locks
culvert valves, which is to begin
Sunday.
Personnel also will be transferred
temporarily from the Pacific side to
help in the overhaul, expected to
take about 3 months to complete.
In addition, some 350 temporary
employees will be assigned to work
at Gatun.
Throughout the overhaul, both
lanes will remain in service, except
for short periods at the start and
finish of each phase when lateral
culvert plugs are to be installed and
removed. The plugs serve as bulk-
heads to isolate the culverts so they
can be pumped out to allow valve
work to be carried out.
The vehicle crossing at the north
end of Gatun Locks will be closed
to traffic from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday,
June 10, because of the overhaul.


V ,. ...
...



Dr. Richard Cheville, new school doctor for the Canal office in the Balboa High School to make it possible
Zone schools, talks with Roi Leeser, a senior at Balboa to keep in close contact with students and school
High School. Roi is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. personnel.
Leeser, Jr., of Curundu. Dr. Cheville plans to have his


School Doctor Named


New Emphasis Is Given


School Health Program


New emphasis is being given the
school health program in the Canal
Zone with the appointment of Dr.
Richard A. Cheville as school doc-
tor. Plans are being made to have
his office in the Balboa High School
so that he can be in close contact
with students and teachers.
He will act as coordinator for
all aspects of school health in the


Supply Division Chief

Cited for Achievement


Raymond P. Laverty, General
Manager of the Supply Division,
had two reasons for rejoicing during
this holiday season.
He was one of the fortunate Canal
Zone residents to have parents visit-
ing from the United States. Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond P. Laverty, Sr., of
Massachusetts were present when
their son was presented a Panama
Canal Special Achievement Award
in recognition of superior job per-
formance.
Laverty, who has been General
Manager of the Supply Division for
the past 2 years, was presented the
award by L. A. Ferguson, Supply
and Community Service Director.
The award was accompanied by a
check for $350.
The citation noted Laverty's
"leadership and analytical ability
has brought the Supply Division to
a high degree of effectiveness in
fulfilling its mission, while at the
same time he has developed
and implemented substantial cost
reductions and generated savings
much greater than those normally
expected . "
In the past year, Laverty sucess-
fully consolidated three major re-
tail and service center complexes,
including the elimination of five
outlets, achieving annual savings
of approximately $145,000; reduc-


tion of 31 man-years of labor with-
out the use of reduction-in-force;
and overall improvement of service
to the Canal Zone public in the.
communities affected.
Laverty also implemented signif-
icant cost reduction in warehousing,
laundry operations, internal store
reorganizations, and other opera-
tions which provided savings with
no drop in service to the public.
He was cited also for his per-
sonnel management development
programs and the general increase
in overall efficiency and service
levels throughout the Supply Divi-
sion.
Laverty came to the Isthmus
from Massachusetts 13 years ago
when he joined the Supply and
Community Service Bureau as a
graduate intern trainee after ob-
taining a master's degree in indus-
trial and personnel management
from Boston University. He also
holds a bachelor's degree from
Notre Dame University.
He has held the positions of As-
sistant Supply Officer, Merchandise
Management Officer, and General
Supply Officer. He also has served
as Assistant Retail Store Superin-
tendent and Assistant General Man-
ager of the Supply Division.
He and his wife, Marilyn, and
their three children live in Ancon.
(Photo on p. 4)


Latin American and U.S. schools for
both students and personnel em-
ployed in the schools and will work
closely with the school nurses to-
ward expanding the existing school
health program.
Aware of the particular problems
of adolescence, Dr. Cheville plans
to have open hours at Cristobal and
Balboa High Schools on certain days
when any student can go in and
talk with him confidentially. Along
with his other duties, he will serve
as a counselor, working closely with
other agencies in cases involving
mental or emotional problems.
Dr. Cheville plans to work actively
with health educators in the Schools
Division in programs concerning
drug use and abuse, venereal dis-
ease, skin problems, family living,
and other aspects of education for
healthful living.
In the elementary schools, partic-
ular emphasis will be given to dis-
covering physical and mental prob-
lems as early as possible after a child
has entered school. This will in-
clude physical examinations, screen-
ing for visual and hearing problems,
tuberculin skin tests, chest X-rays,
and a general program of preventive
medicine.
The school doctor also will work
with the Police Division and the
Safety Branch toward improving the
school environment as far as safety
is concerned. The elimination of
playground or classroom hazards
and making sure school crossings are
safe will be a part of this program.
As in the past, the school physician
will coordinate medical support for
contact sports.
Dr. Cheville recently arrived in
the Canal Zone from the San Fran-
cisco Bay area where he was em-
ployed as medical director with the
Office of Economic Opportunity
working with Mexican-Americans.
Prior to that, he interned at Gor-
gas Hospital from June 1961 to
June 1962 and was employed as a
(Continued on p. 4)


Foster Home

Care Service

Being Formed
Foster home care is vitally needed
in the Canal Zone for some children
and adolescents whose parents have
had tragedies, suffered prolonged
illnesses, or find themselves tem-
porarily unable to cope satisfactorily
with their children.
At these times it is important
to have temporary care for the
children by a family who can pro-
vide physical comfort, affection,
emotional security, patience, and
understanding of growing children
and adolescents.
A voluntary foster home care serv-
ice for children and young adults is
being formed in the Canal Zone and
it is seeking potential voluntary
foster care homes in all the Canal
Zone communities.
If vou are interested in being
considered as a "Foster Home" in
the Canal Zone and you live on the
Atlantic side, write to: "Foster
Home" Box 5096, Cristobal, C.Z.
If you live on the Pacific side,
write to "Foster Home" Box 1948,
Balboa, C.Z.

GIRL SCOUTS PLAN
CADETTE DA Y ON
GOVERNOR'S ISLAND
Canal Zone Girl Scouts are invit-
ing Boy Scouts of corresponding age
to join them in celebrating Cadette
Day on the Governor's Island,
Saturday, January 16.
The scouts will leave the Civil
Affairs Building at 8 a.m., by bus
and travel to Gamboa, where they
will take the Las Cruces to the
island. Special arrangements have
been made for Atlantic side scouts
who wish to attend. Everyone will
bring a picnic lunch and iced drinks
will be on sale.
Chris Pederson and his rock band,
the "Crystal Stream," will play for
the day. There will be swimming
supervised by lifeguards, volley
ball, and other sports.
The scouts will return to the Civil
Affairs Building at 5 p.m.








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 8, 1971


SPenn State Grad Courses


Being Offered on Isthmus


'I


Little patients in the Pediatrics Ward at Gorgas Hospital Pediatrics; Mrs. Linda Lasso, nurse supervisor (Pedia-
admire posters made for them by the art students of trics); Dr. Luz Bonilla, resident in Pediatrics; Dr. Wal-
Balboa High School as a Christmas project. Holding one ter Bouzard, chief, Department of Surgery; Dr. Robert
of the tots is Al Sprague, Balboa High School art in- W. Irwin, Director, Gorgas Hospital; and Dr. Daniel
structor. Looking on are Gorgas Hospital personnel, Hirschi, Chief of Pediatrics.
from left: Dr. Byron K. Efthimiadis, assistant chief of


(Schedule subject to change without notice) __ TIn Ho in N ew
rO Be in New


SATURDAY, JANUARY 9
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Sesame Street
2:05-Parade of Sports
4:25-The American Sportsman
5:10-The Bill Anderson Show
5:35-Get It Together
6:00-SCN News
6:05-Journey To Canada
6:10-Movie Marquee
6:15-The Barbara McNair Show
7:05-Daniel Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Howdy (Special)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Professional Boxing
10:40-Focus On Today
10:45-Saturday Night Movies:
"The Big Bluff"

SUNDAY, JANUARY 10
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:15-Crossroads
1:40-Sunday Playhouse:
"Fingerprints Don't Lie"
2:40-The Killy Style
3:00-Outdoor Sportsman:
"How To Fly Fish"
3:30-USN Task Force
3:55-1970 World Series of Golf
(Special)
5:20-This Week In Pro Football
6:00-Chronicle
6:30-Doris Day Show
6:55-Urban Forum:
From the Ground Up
7:05-Ed Sullivan Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Sports Scoreboard
9:15-The Dean Martin Show
10:05-Dante
10:30-SCN News
10:35-The Antkeeper
11:15-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, JANUARY 11
8:00-SCN News
6:05-As It Happened
6:30-Green Acres
6:55-News In Spanish
7:00-Rowan & Martin's Laugh In
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Bonanza
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"The Baron of Arizona"
10:40-SCN News
l(:45-My Little Margie

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12
6:00-SCN News
6:05-Port of Call
6:30-The Red Skelton Show (Premiere)
6:55-News In Spanish



SPILLWAY
The PANAIMA 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 SPILLW.AY 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 it
year. Make checks payable to Panama
Canal Company and address to:
SPILLWAY Subscriptions. Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.


7:00-The Smothers Brothers Summer
Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Russia In the Mediterranean
(Special)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Spotlight
9:25-The Tonight Show
10:30-SCN News
10:35-Polka Parade

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13
6:00-SCN News
6:05-Animal World
6:30-Report
6:55-News In Spanish
7:00-The Flip Wilson Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Route 66
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Miss Universe Beauty
Pageant (Special)
10:30-SCN News
10:35-Bob Cummings

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14
6:00-SCN News
6:05-Report
6:30-Report
6:55-News In Spanish
7:00-The Jim Nabors Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Lloyd Bridges Show
8:30-Room 222
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The All American College Show
9:25-The Dick Cavett Show
10:35-SCN News
10:40-Danny Thomas

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15
6:00-SCN News
6:05-Across The Seven Seas
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-News In Spanish
7:00-The Law and Mr. Jones
7:30-Honey West
8:00-News Headlines
8:05-Burke's Law
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Make Haste To Live"
10:35-SCN News
10:40-Mr. Adams and Eve


We have met the enemy often.
We're it.

We are a government of the peo-
ple, not a people of the government.
o 0 a
Dissent is legal as well as right
and good.
But ever increased dissent does
not make it better.



SPILLWAY


DEADLINES
Material intended for publica-
tion in the SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent mate-
rial can be received and pro-
cessed for use the same week as
late as noon Tuesday. Mail mate-
rial to PANAMA CANAL SPILL-
WAY, Box M, Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone.


ISpanish Course
The Cristobal YMCA will begin
a new session of Spanish classes,
January 11.
The course provides a complete
background in grammar as well as
conversational usage; both begin-
ning and advanced levels are avail-
able.
Instruction is by Mauricio Law-
son, who is fluent in both English
and Spanish, and is a translator for
the School of the Americas. For
registration and information call the
Cristobal YMCA 3-2163 or 3-2164.


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Week Beginning Saturday, January 9, 1971

BALBOA (Air Conditioned) Special Matinees
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-Mon.,l Matin e
7:30 p.m.-They Call Me Mister Tibbsl) or as Listed
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-The Italian Job Saturday, January 9, 1971
(C)
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-The Molly Maguires
(GP) BALBOA
Fri.. 6:15, 8:00 p.m.-Apache (G) 10:00 n.m.


DIABLO HEIGHTS0
Sat.-Heaven With A Gun (GP)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-95 mins.)
-Walk The Proud Land (G)
Sun.-Mon.-The Love Bug (GP)
Tues.-Cool Hand Luke (GP)
Wed.-Georgy Girl (R)
TlIurs.-Stiletto (R)
Fri.-Whom The Gods Wish To Destroy
(G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-It (G)

GAMBOA
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Wings Of Eagles (G)
Snn.-Whom The Gods Wish To Destroy
(C)
Tile,.-Stiletto (R)
Wed.-Brave Bulls (GP)
Fri.--The Love Bug (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Chamber
Of Horrors (GP)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)'
Sat.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00
p.m.-Airport (G)
Tues.-Generation (GP)
Wed.-Thurs.-The Looking Glass War
(GP)
Fri.-The Yearling (G)
MARGARITA
Sat.-Subject Was Roses (G)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-129 mins.)
-The Sons Of Katie Elder (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Kelly's Heroes (GP)
Tucs.-Lord Jim (C)
Wed.-Tom Jones (GP)
Thnrs.-The Great Race (G)
Fri.-The Wings Of Eagles (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.
Kaleidoscope (G)
GATUN
Sat.-Don't Raise The Bridge, Lower The
River (G)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-99 mins.)-
3:10 To Yuma (G)
Sun.-Ahaster Of The Islands (GP)
Ties.-Heaven With A Gun (GP)
Thurs.-Lord Jim (G)
Fri.-The Great Race (G)
*All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.


Rio Bravo Johnlm Wayne, Uean Martin:
A rip-roaring adventure tale.
T-148 mins.


DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Follow Me Boys-A Walt Disney Produc-
tion. An itinerant musician establishes
the town's Boy Scout troop. (Techni-
color.) T-138 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Tarzan And The Jungle Boy-Mike Henry:
Tarzan encounters many dangers in the
rescue of a blonde boy missing for 6
years in the jungle wilds. (Color.)
T 96 mins.
COCO SOLO
2:00 p.m.
Legend Of Custer-Wayne Maunder, Slimi
Pickens: Western story of many battles
and gunplay. (SIT.) T-94 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
The Plainsman-Don Murray: Wild Bill
IIickock blazes his way to glory in this
action-packed western. (SIT.) (Color.)
T-99 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
12 To The Moon-Ken Clark: Science-fic-
tion melodrama of man's first trip to
the moon. T-81 mins.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G-All ages
admitted. General audience. GP-All
sees admitted. Parental guidance ad-
vised. R-Restricted. Persons under 17
unless they are high school seniors, not
admitted unless accompanied by parent
or l egil uardlian. X-Persons under 17
not admitted.
T-Indicates total running time. ( )-Re-
peat. SIT-Spanish titles.

Keep reaching for the stars.
You, too, may make it to the
moon.


The following Pennsylvania State
University graduate courses will be
taught in the Canal Zone by Dr.
Frances Fairchild, January 11-
March 19, 1971:
Mon.-Wed., 6:40-9:30 p.m.-Ele-
mentary Education 443, "The
Elementary School Reading Pro-
gram" Section B, Margarita
School Library-AV Room
Tues.-Thurs., 3:40-6:30 p.m.-Ele-
mentary Education 443, "The
Elementary School Reading Pro-
gram" Section A, Canal Zone
College, Room 302
Tues.-Thurs., 6:40-9:30 p.m.-Ele-
mentary Education 453, "Lan-
guage Arts in the Elementary
School" Canal Zone College,
Room 302
Each course carries three graduate
semester credits. Tuition will be $62
per credit, or $186 per course.
Enrollment in each section will
be limited to 35 individuals. Canal
Zone teachers will be given prefer-
ence but enrollment will be open to
others on a first come, first served
basis.
The credits earned will be appli-
cable as residence credit toward
a master's degree in elementary
education at Pennsylvania State
University.
All persons enrolling who wish to
work toward the master's degree
must complete an application for
admission to the Pennsylvania State
University Craduate School. Each
application must be accompanied by
two copies of undergraduate tran-
scripts, which (if legible)' will be
xeroxed by the Schools Division
from Personnel Bureau files. Ad-



Storehouse Closing
Section B (Balboa) will be closed
for inventory all day Tuesday, Jan-
uary 19, and again for recount Mon-
day, February 1. Sales will be pro-
hibited during the closings.


Marine Biology


Course Offered

A marine biology course, which
has been taught for a number of
years at Canal Zone College, is open
to biology majors, non-majors, and
those generally interested in the
seashore.
The class.'consists of three 1 hour
lectures and student projects re-
lated to the sea. There will be a
number of Saturday field trips to
both the Atlantic and Pacific sea-
shores. The course should be of spe-
cial interest to those interested in
skindiving, shell collecting, and the
natural environment of the sea.
Registration is being accepted
now and anyone interested should
call Balboa 2380 or 2676 for further
information. All college classes be-
gin January 18.


XMAS DECORATION
WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The Margarita Recreation Asso-
ciation has announced the winners
of the annual Christmas Decorations
Contest. The 1970 winners are: Pret-
tiest Door, Paul Rozmeski, 8236-B,
and John O'Daniel, 8224-A, both on
Sixth St.; Most Christmasv, Jimmy
Scott, 8591-A on Cocobolo St., and
C. 1. Saltz, 8231 Sixth St.; Most
Beautiful, Horace Smith, 8519 Cam-
pana Place, and William G. IHill,
8435 Cana Place; Most Religious,
Rev. Dean Flora, 8005 Ostra Place,
and Wally Russon, 8550 Cedro
Place; and the Special Award, Earl
Wilson, 8008 Peria Place.
Each winner received a 2-pound
box of candy and the winner's pla-
que was placed in their front yard.


Page 2


mission to the master's degree pro-
gram will be granted to all certified
elementary teachers with teaching
experience who have a junior-senior
grade point average of 2.5 or better.
Persons interested in the courses
should call the Schools Division
(2-3311 or 2-1379) for application
materials.



Canal Personnel


Are Commended


By Adm. Nace

Capt. Robert 0. Mink, Marine
Director, has received a letter from
Rear Adm. C. D. Nace, comman-
der, U.S. Naval Forces Southern
Command and commandant, 15th
Naval District, commending mem-
bers of the Canal organization for
the outstanding performance of
their duties during the recent ar-
rival and transit of Task Force
UNITAS XI.
In the letter, Admiral Nace stated:
"Please extend my personal thanks
and appreciation for the outstand-
ing assistance and cooperation dis-
played by members of your organi-
zation during the recent arrival and
transit of Task Force UNITAS XI.
Of particular note was the can-do
attitude, diligence, and dedication
of Capt. E. B. Rainier, acting chief,
Navigation Division; R. C. O'Neal,
chief, Marine Traffic Control; and
P. M. Trim, Marine Traffic Control.
"This type of performance is
typical of the day-to-day efforts of
your personnel. Their professional-
ism and cooperation constantly
render invaluable assistance to the
U.S. Navy."







January 8, 1971


Page 3


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


National B


Month Is I
Canal Zone Gov. W. P. Leber
has called attention to President
Richard Nixon's designation of Jan-
uary as National Blood Bank Month
and requests the Canal Zone com-
munity to join with the Coco Solo
and Gorgas Hospital blood banks


JWB Offers Courses
In Bridge, Sewing
Registration is now being held for
the new beginners and intermediate
bridge classes which will start at
the USO-JWB on La Boca Road,
Balboa.
It will be an 8-week course and
the hours will be from 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. The beginners class will start
on Tuesday, January 12, and the
intermediate on Thursday, January
14.
There will be a reduced rate
for enlisted personnel and their
dependents.
For further information please
call 2-1972.
New, easy sewing classes are
again being offered at the JWB-
USO, 792X La Boca Road, Balboa.
Lessons will consist of 5 weekly
sessions scheduled as follows: begin-
ners on Monday mornings; inter-
mediate on Tuesday mornings; ad-
vanced on Wednesday mornings.
Evening beginner classes will be
considered if a sufficient demand
exists. All classes will start during
the week of January 11.


ANNIVERSARIES
(On the basis of total Federal Service)
20 Years
PANAMA CANAL
INFORMATION OFFICE
Frederic J. Berest
Supervisory Canal Zone Guide
(Interpreter)
OFFICE OF
THE COMPTROLLER
Helen M. Cicero
Payroll Deduction Clerk
Frances D. Wheeler
Accounting Technician
Evelyn R. Reynolds
Payroll Clerk
PERSONNEL BUREAU
Verna A. Barnett
Staffing Clerk
MARINE BUREAU
George K. Hudgins, Jr.
Towing Locomotive Operator
(Locks)
John M. Stuart
Pilot
Alfred Merritt G.
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Juan Morales
Linehandler (Deckhand)
Santiago Franco
Linehandler (Deckhand)
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICES BUREAU
Harold 0. Hart
Laborer
Phillip A. Francis
Lead Foreman Laborer
(Cleaner)
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Rub6n Ferrer
Laborer
Clifton M. Vasselle
Maintenanceman
Eusebio Quintana
Helper, Refrigeration and
Air-Conditioning Mechanic
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Lucille A. Haughton
Guard
Louise M. Caldwell
Recreation Specialist (Sports)
Lillian E. Ceville
Dressing Room Attendant
Beverly C. Williams
Librarian
HEALTH BUREAU
Mary B. Egolf
Secretary (Stenography)
(Continued on p. 4)


lood Bank


Proclaimed
in recognizing the vital role of the
voluntary blood donor in medical
care.
Both local blood banks are mem-
bers of the American Association
of Blood Banks which proposed ob-
servance of the month as part of a
broad program to promote volun-
tary blood donations and to prevent
seasonal shortage.
President Nixon's proclamation
says, in part: "Among the noblest
acts of personal generosity is. the
gift of one's blood for the benefit
of another. It is a contribution to
health and life for which there is
no substitute.
"The voluntary blood donor sys-
tem developed by the American Red
Cross and the American Association
of Blood Banks provides modem
methods for safe and simple dona-
tions of blood. Contributions of the
vohtntary blood donor should be
recognized and encouraged to as-
sure that our nation's growing need
is safely met.
"To this end, the Congress by
Senate Joint Resolution 223 has re-
ouested the President to issue a
proclamation designating the month
of January 1971 as National Blood
Donor Month.
"Now, therefore, I, Richard
Nixon, President of the United
States of America, do hereby pro-
claim the month of January 1971
as National Blood Donor Month. I
call upon the public media, the
blood-banking and medical and
health facilities of our country, and
the public at large to pay special
tribute and honor during that month
to the voluntary donor and to en-
courage, by all appropriate means,
increasing numbers of people to be
voluntary blood donors."


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Lt. Gov. R. S. Hartline, left, president of the Canal
Zone Council, Boy Scouts of America, presents the
Eagle Scout award to John Elmer Fleckenstein, while
his parents look on, at a ceremony held recently at the
Balboa Union Church. John, who is in the ninth grade


KENNETH BOSLEY
MAKES DEAN'S LIST
Kenneth Bosley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Bosley of Ancon, has
been named to the Dean's List at
Florida Atlantic University in Boca
Raton, Fla., where he is a senior.
He received all A's for the fall
quarter.
Young Bosley is to graduate in
June 1971 with a bachelor of science
in education and will be certified
to teach biology and social studies.
He hopes to return to teach in Canal
Zone schools.


Two queen candidates sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post
3822, are from left, Maria Elena McGee and Nancy Garner. Maria, 18,
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGee of Cocoli. She attended
Canal Zone schools and is working in the Republic of Panama. Nancy, 19,
attends Canal Zone College and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Garner of Fort Clayton. The V.F.W. will raise the carnival flag and hold
its first vote count to elect the 1971 V.F.W. Queen tonight at 8 p.m. at the
Post Home Club Bohio. Attending the event will be the Panama Carnival
Committee and queen candidates and the V.F.W. candidates. Lucho Azai-
rraga will furnish music from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Admission is free and mem-
bers and their families and guests are welcome.


at Curundu High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Fleckenstein, of Diablo Heights. Fleckenstein
is employed as Balboa Harbor foreman in the Navi-
gation Division.


This year is expected to be one
of the most exciting in the annals
of Canal Zone track and field with
strong competition between the top
flight performers and potential
record breakers.


Newcomers Club

Schedules Tour

Of Panama City
The Atlantic Newcomers Club
plans a tour of places of interest
in Panama City, including several
churches and possibly the presi-
dential palace, January 11, Mrs.
Alan R. Peterson, who has lived
many years in Panama City, will be
the club's guide.
Those going on the tour will meet
at the Margarita Service Center at
7:45 a.m. for the bus which will
return early in the afternoon. Res-
ervations can be made by paying
the $2.25 fare to one of the tele-
phone chairmen, Mrs. Jerry Love,
Fort Gulick 2064, or Mrs. John Har-
din, Gatun 5-129. Lunch which is
not included in the fare, will be at
one of the popular restaurants.
The monthly board meeting will
be held 1 p.m., January 14, at the
home of Mrs. LaMar T. Sizemore,
332-D Coco Solo.
Gordon Dalton of Dalton Travel
Agency will be the guest speaker at
the regular monthly meeting at 1
p.m., January 28, at the Holy Family
Parish Hall in Margarita.
Any woman who has lived on the
Atlantic side less than 12 months
is eligible for membership in the
club. For further information, con-
tact the telephone chairmen.

Be selective!
That is the secret of living.
S0 0 0
Don't spend dollar time on dime
activity.
0 0 0
The better the gossip the more
often is it heard than seen.
0o .
Communication can be used to
express the truth, to conceal the
truth, or to substitute words for
action.


Balboa High School will be seek-
ing its third straight interscholastic
championship under Coach Cleve
Oliver. Of particular interest should
be: Victor Thompson, co-holder of
both hurdle records, who will be
attempting to set new records; Bill
Marcola and Jos6 Martin are ex-
pected to have good seasons; Steve
Butler and Gerry Mahoney could set
marks in the 880 and the mile; and
Jim Mullins hopes to break the pole
vault record set last year by Bill
Harp.
The interscholastic championship
will be determined on the total
points scored in the three triangular
meets scheduled for this month.
The first was to be held yesterday at
Balboa High School, followed by
the second January 15 at Cristobal
High School and the finale January
22 at Canal Zone College. All will
begin at 6 p.m. The Balboa Relays
is slated for January 29-30.
Junior varsity triangular track
meets will run concurrently with
the varsity meets.


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Victor Thompson, Balboa High
School hurdler ace, shows his tech-
nique for clearing the highs. He is
co-holder of the Balboa High School
records in the 120 high hurdles and
the 180 low hurdles.


BHS Vies for Third


Track Championship







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 8, 1971


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Some of the participants in last year's Gold Coast
Classic Horse Show line up before the show begins.
This year's show, which is sponsored by the Fort
Randolph Riding Club, will be held, January 16, start-
ing at 10 a.m. Included in the events will be a grand


parade, stock set equitation, hunt seat equitation, and
jumping. A snack bar will be available all day for
refreshments and there will be fun for all, riders and
non-riders.


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A check for $150 and an Tncentive Award certificate
are presented to Robert Sheppard, lock operator elec-
trician at Gatun Locks, by Richard Danielsen, super-
intendent, Atlantic Branch, Locks Division, for his
suggestion which simplified cable connections for tow-
ing locomotive traction motors. The suggestion proposed


the elimination of the terminal boards in the connec-
tion box of the locomotive traction motors. The annual
tangible savings will be about $3,500. At left, is John
Stratmann, staff assistant for Personnel Programs, Ma-
rine Bureau.


Jeffrey Morgan Londynsky will
be installed as Master Councilor of
the Pacific Chapter, Order of De-
Molay in ceremonies to be con-
ducted in the Balboa Scottish Rite
Temple at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Master Councilor Elect Londyn-
sky is the son of Capt. and Mrs.
Samuel Londynsky of Los Rios. His
co-officers elect are: Terrance E.
Howard, senior councilor, and Ken-
neth Gerhart, junior councilor.
Other officers to be installed are:
Lloyd Roberts, senior deacon, Fred
Brown, junior deacon; John Fleck-
enstein, senior steward; Ernest Van
Horn, Jr., junior steward; Bernhard
I. Everson, Jr., sentinel; Fred Kun-
kel, first preceptor; Theodore G.
Walker, Jr., second preceptor; Chris
Cooper, third preceptor; Walter
Bouzard, Jr., fourth preceptor; and
Michael Gettle, fifth preceptor.
The guest speaker for the even-
ing will be Nathaniel Litvin, District
Grand Master, District Grand Lodge

Each slander dirties three: he
who speaks it, he who listens to it,
and he who is its subject.
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Keep your head in good shape-
inside and out.


of C.Z., A.F. & A.M. The traditional
Flower Talk will be given by the
newly installed Master Councilor.
Special guests will include the


Chapter Sweetheart, Miss Patricia
Weed and Ancon Assembly No. 3,
Order of Rainbow for Girls. All
DeMolay friends are invited.


Raymond P. Laverty, General Manager, Supply Division of the Supply and
Community Service Bureau, holds a Special Achievement Award presented
to him in official recognition of superior job performance. Mrs. Laverty
holds a check for $350 which accompanied the award presented by
L. A. Ferguson, Director of the Supply and Community Service Bureau.


Elks Leader To Visit


Canal Zone January 10-15


Grand Exalted Ruler Glenn Mil-
ler, of the Benevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks, will visit
the Canal Zone, January 10 through
January 15.
He will be accompanied by Mrs.
Miller; Past Grand Exalted Ruler
and Mrs. William Wall; and Past
Grand Exalted Ruler and Mrs. Ed


Pleasing Letter

Received by 10
The polite style of the PANAMA
CANAL REVIEW appealed so much
to a recent subscriber that she wrote
the Information Office about it.
Mrs. Lucy C. Powell, who
worked as a secretary in the con-
struction-day town of Empire more
than 60 years ago, wrote: "I have
been reading your May REVIEW and
one( unusual thing I've noticed and
liked is that when a story is com-
pleted on another page, you write,
'please turn to page--'. I think,
I have never before noticed in any
magazine the word 'please' and this
is one reason I'm subscribing."
Mrs. Powell, who holds the Roose-
velt Medal for her service from 1908
to 1910, lives in Chevy Chase, Md.,
but has been visiting in the Canal
Zone and Panama for the past
month.


School Doctor
(Continued from p. 1)
medical officer for 6 months. He
then served as a resident in internal
medicine and laboratory medicine,
and a fellow in endocrinology at
Stanford University Hospital and the
Veteran's Hospital in Palo Alto,
Calif.
He has a good knowledge of
Spanish which will be a valuable
asset in working in the Latin Ameri-
can schools.
Dr. Cheville is a graduate of
Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa,
and the State University of Iowa,
Iowa City, Iowa, where he received
his M.D. He served 2 years in the
Army, stationed at United Nations
and Far Eastern Headquarters in
Japan.
He is living in Ancon with his
wife, Lila, and two children, Allan,
6, and Andrea, 5.


McCabe. Mr. and Mrs. Wall will
stay on through January 17. Coor-
dinator for the visit will be Larry
D. Chance, Past District Deputy
Grand Exalted Ruler.
Activities scheduled for January
11 include Miller's calling on Gov.
W. P. Leber, a tour of the Republic
of Panama by the visiting ladies,
and dinner at Balboa Lodge 1414.
On January 12, Miller and his
party will visit Taboga Island and
take a sight-seeing trip to Contrac-
tor's Hill, followed by a steak din-
ner and a discussion session with
the officers at Lodge 1414.
Miller and his party will travel
by car across the Isthmus, January
13, and lunch at Lodge 1542 in
Margarita. They will tour the Fort
Sherman Zoo, Fort San Lorenzo,
and the Colon Free Zone, and will
attend a buffet at Lodge 1542 in
the evening.
A tour of the Chagres River is
scheduled for January 14 with lunch
at Lodge 1542. A formal Purple
and White Dance will be held at
Lodge 1414 in the evening.
On January 15, Miller and the
men in his party will go on a fishing
trip in Panama Bay and the wives
will take a private tour. Miller and
McCabe and wives will leave at
11 a.m. for the United States.
A special night club tour is sched-
uled for the evening of January 15
and a train trip to Cristobal Lodge
for barbecued pig is planned for
the morning of January 16, followed
by a night cruise from Pedro Miguel
to Gatun Launch Landing and
return to Pedro Miguel. Mr. and
Mrs. Wall are scheduled to leave
the Isthmus on the morning of
January 17.


20-Year Anniversaries
(Continued from p. 3)
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Ralph Anderson
Supervisory Cargo Clerk
Jimmie Scott
General Foreman
(Ship Stevedoring)
Ayr A. Hoyte
Stevedore
Marciano Garcia
Stevedore
Juan J. Moreira
Stevedore
Cleveland Burger
Linehandler


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin


PERMANENT POSITIONS
Base Rate
Accounts Maintenance Clerk (Typing), NM-31 ----------$3,931.20
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-51 --------------------- $6,177.60
Clerk-Typist, NM-31 ----------------$3,931.20
Clinical Nurse/Public Health Nurse, NM-7/9..-$7,800.00/$9,464.00
Clinical Nurse/Public Health Nurse, NM-7/9
(Intermittent) ------------------------ -------$4.02/$4.91
Facilities Maintenance Representative, (Buildings
and Utilities), NM-8/9 --__._---- $8,340.80/$9,172.80
Highway Engineer, NM-9/11 (Traffic) --- $10,940.80/$12,438.40
Lifeguard, NM-3 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours week)
(Water Safety Instructor's Certificate required) .. --- $1.89
Mechanical Parts Assembler, MG-7
(Part-Time NTE 30 hours week) $1.78
Medical Technologist, NM-5/7
(Part-Time NTE 30 hours week) ....... $2.97/$3.63
Recreation Aid, NM-1/2 _----------- -----$3,016.00/$3,182.40
Reporting Stenographer, NM-61 -------- ---$6,822.40
Staff Accountant, NM-5/9- __________.__$8,510.00/$10,868.00
Supervisory Clinical Nurse, NM-9 ------- ---$9,464.00
TEMPORARY POSITIONS
File Clerk, NM-4 (NTE 1 year) ---- --- $5,853.00
Helper Automotive Mechanic (Body and Fender), MG-5
(NTE 1 year) -__---- -- $1.59
Laborer, MG-2 (NTE 1 year) ----. .------ $1.48
Laborer (Heavy), MG-3 (NTE 6-30-71) --- -------$1.51
Meat Wrapper, MG-3 (NTE 1 year) --------------------$1.51
Snack Bar Operator, NM-4 (NTE 6 months) --- ---- $5,532.80
Truckdriver, MG-6 (NTE 1 year) ---- -. --------- $1.63
Truckdriver, MG-6 (First 40 hours) (NTE 1 year) --. ------$1.63
Utility Worker, MG-2 (NTE 1 year) _____------ ---- $1.48


Lo-
Bureau or ca-
Division tion
Terminals A
Navigation P
Coco Solo Hos. A
Prev. Med. A
Prev. Med. A

Com. Serv. A
Engineering P

Schools P

Supply P
Coco Solo Hos. A
Supply P
Navigation P
Comptroller P
Palo Seco Hos. P


Engineering P 1
Mot. Trans. A 1
Supply A 1
Electrical A 15
Supply P 1
Supply A 1
Storehouses P 2
Mot. Trans. A-P 15-12
Supply P 2


Application must be submitted on Form 433, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER. A separate aopli-
cation must be submitted for each job listed. When applying for more than one position, indi-
cate 1st choice, 2d choice, etc. New listings are shown in boldface type. The base rates shown
will be increased for U.S. citizens by the appropriate differential plus a tax factor where appli-
cable. 1 Indicates a written test requirement. # Signifies a security position to be filled only by
a U.S. citizen. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Branch,
telephones 2-1221, 2-3618, or 3-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.


Page 4


DeMolay Installation Ceremonies


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dias, canido cudal uier estudiante
podri entrar y hablar con 61 confi-
dencialnente. Jnito con sus otras
i1-.. ." e--xirnicaio consejero,
laborando estrechamente con otras
agencsas en casos que envuelvan
problems mentales o emocionales.
El Dr. Cheville plane laborar
activamente con los educadores de


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Juego de Fdtbol
Los residents del Istmo ten-
drAn la oportunidad de ver en
acci6n al mejor futbolista del mun-
do, el brasileno Edson Arantes Do
Nascimento, mas conocido como
"PelW", quien se presentarA con
su equipo "Santos" del Brasil, el
martes 19 del corriente en el Esta-
dio Revoluci6n en la ciudad de
Panama.
Los brasilefos jugaran contra el
S Adtltico Marte de El Salvador,
el cimal vendrai reforzado con juga-
LSwes olhichlenos, I:-: r,ir,.r. y pana-
ime awon-..
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o'sdns do p I I 1011,55 1s 1udiovisitalvs,
iitols dora tuli cimn radlo ingrifias
Itl tla yi 1lian p rongralon geineil cmo
lrdiviua dprvesuliC'tixa.
l nuIMdico escolir tirliiin labo-
rari con In Division do Policia y la
Oficina de Scguridad on busca del
lisjoralmiculto del ambnliente escolar
on lo quo so relaciona con la scguri-
dad. La eliminacion do los riesgos
a ]la -' 411 personal on el campo
de juegos o el sal6n de classes y ase-
gurarse de que los cruces escolares
son seguros, seran part de este pro-
graina. Conio en el pasado, coordi-
nanr la asistencia m6dica para los
deportes de contact personal.
El Dr. Cheville lleg6 reciente-
mente a la Zona del Canal proce-
dente del area de la Bahia de San
Francisco donde estaba empleado
como director medico en la Oficina
de Oportunidad Econ6mica tra-
bajando con mexicano-estadouni-
denses.
Antes de eso, fue interno en el
Hospital Gorgas desde junio de 1961
hasta junio de 1962, y fue empleado
como midico durante 6 meses. En-
tonces sirvi6 como resident en
medicine internal y medicine de
laboratorio, y fue asociado en endo-
crinologia en el Hospital de la
Universidad de Stanford y en el
Hospital de Veteranos en Palo Alto,
California.
Tiene buen conocimiento del es-
pafiol, lo que seri una ventaja
valiosa al trabajar en las escuelas
latinoamericanas.
El Dr. Cheville es graduado en
el Graceland College en Lamoni,
Iowa, y en la Universidad del Esta-
do de Iowa, en Iowa City, Iowa, en
donde recibi6 su titulo de Doctor on
Medicine. Sirvi6 durante 2 aflos en
el Ejercito, acantonado en las Na-
ciones Unidas y on el Cuartel Genc-
ral del Lejano Oriente en el Japo6n.
Reside (ini Anoein con su esposa
Lila y do lhijos, Allan, do 6 anos,,
y Aldrei, do 5,


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Sujetalibros, hechos con parts de una vAlvula de las
alcantarillas de las esclusas del Canal, fueron entrega-
dos a la Sra. Juanita McDaniel, de la Contaduria de la
Estaci6n Naval de Rodman, por el CapitAn Alvin L.
Gallin, a Ina izquierda, director de la Divisi6n Industrial,
y el CapitAn Robert Norman, director de Marina, en
reconocimiento a su labor como artist en las funciones


Transmision


Por Satelite


Desde Mexico
Otra transmisi6n por television en
vivo, via sat6lite y a todo color, sera
presentada el domingo pr6ximo des-
de las 8 p.m. por el Canal 4 de
RPC-Televisi6n, cuando desde la
Plaza Monumental de Toros de
Monterrey, MIxico, present dos
encuentros de boxeo.
Dos pdgiles panamenios serin los
que se presentaran en las pelcas
principals del program del domin-
go. Uno de ellos es \Antonio Amaya,
pri iter contender a la corona muln-
dial do los pesos livianos junior.
(quie(1 se Wnedir0 con el ex eampe6on
noiindial dr los psos plumas, el
Linslan lt tiim1iin "Suir" 'R Eunos
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de la Campafia Federal Combinada. La Sra. McDaniel,
conocida cantante local de jazz, ha donado su tiempo
durante los iltimos 3 6 4 ailos a las actividades de
rccaudaci6n de fondos de la Divisi6n Industrial y a la
Division de Esclusas. Ella act-ia regularmente en los
clubes de oficiales en la Zona del Canal y en clubes
de Panama.


R. P. Laverty Recibio


Premio Ante sus Padres


Raymond P. Laverty, Gerente
General de la Divisi6n de Abastos,
tuvo dos razones para regocijarse
durante estas fiestas.
El fue uno de los afortunados
residents de la Zona del Canal que
tuvieron a sus padres visitindolo
durante las Navidades. Raymond P.
Laverty, padre, y su esposa, de
Massachusetts, estaban presents
cuando a su hijo le entregaron el
Premio por Logro Sobresaliente del
Canal de Panami en reconocimiento
;a su actuaci6n superior en el
trabhajo.
Lavert,. quien ha sido Gerente
General de la Division de Abastos
dhriante los ultimos 2 afios, recibi6
cil p".Io d& m>ncs Je L. A\. Fer-
iusOin., Dir-ctor de AbastosY Serxi-
iusi Conmunlles. El premio lfue
tu'up .i0U1 par 4un ohequoe Jc '135(.
La meina'li' ,t destcalba que el
i tabrldad asitulitics de
li\;;cttv i0 .5e1v1144 2 a la DiXLviCSno
i -AlNli.,s. a Sl As il i gr..d d ie .
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po ha desarrollado y Ilevado a cabo
reducciones substanciales de costs
y logrado ahorros much mAs gran-
des que aquellos normalmente es-
perados .. "
Durante el afo pasado, Laverty
consolid6 con 6xito tres importantes
complejos de almacenes y centros
de servicios comunales, incluyendo
la eliminaci6n de cinco sitios de
venta, alcanzando ahorros anuales
de aproximadamente $145.000; re-
ducci6n de 31 afios-hombre de tra-
bajo sin tener que reducir personal;
y mejoras generals de servicio al
public de la Zona del Canal en las
comunidades afectadas.
Laverty tambi6n llev6 a cabo sig-
nificativa reducci6n de costs en las
operaciones de almacenaje de lavan-
deria, reorganizaciones interns de
almacenes y otras operaciones que
prtoduijeron ahorn-ros sin ninguna dis-
uinrmnoi6n i el servicio al piblico.
Tamibien fue felicitado por sus
pt'Aoinas ena beneficio de las rela-
cilo 0s obrero-pitronales y el aumen-
to' '':ra.t 2n lau eficienlcia total N los
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Enero 8, 1971


PROGRAM


DEL


CANAL 2


Snjeto a cambios sin
previo aviso



MIERCOLES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Boris Karloff Presenta
3:00-Un Largo y Ardiento
Verano
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Los Chicos Hardy
5:30-Flipper
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informna
7:30-El Show de
Mauricio Garcfs
8:30-El Precio de la Fama
9:30-Ironside
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Alfred Hitchcock
Present


DOMINGO
9:00-Hacia El Maiiana
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00-Suerto y Alegria
12:30-Roma Mi Amor
1:00-Julia
1:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
2:00-Buscando Novia a Papai
2:30-Dexter
3:00-Los Invencibles
4:30-El Zorro
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Grupo 21
7:30-El Especial
8:30-Los Poderosos
9:30-Atrapados
10:30-El Teatro do
Manolo Fabrega


JUEVES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Boris Karloff Presenta
3:00-Un Largo y Ardiente
Verano
4:00-EI Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Spiderman
5:30-Mar Ins6lito
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Los Internos
8:30-Cine de Oro
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Alfred Hitchcock
Present


LUNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Boris Karloff Presenta
3:00-Un Largo y Ardiento
Verano
4:00-El Hombro do Cipol
5:00-Halcones del Espacio
5:30-Reino Salvaje
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Los Beverly do
Peraldillo
8:30-Misi6n Imposible
9:30-Patrulla Juvenil
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Alfred Hitchcock
Present

VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval do Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras Is la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Boris Karlolff Presenta
3:00-Un Largo y Ardiento
Verano
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Festival Loopy
5:30-El Correcaminos
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-El Show de
Andy Williams
8:30-Los Atrevidos
9:30-Mannix
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Alfred Hitchcock
Present


jHacia D6nde Vamos?

Pocas son las personas que durante los 6ltimos dias del afio no se detienen
a pensar sobre lo logrado en el afio que acaba de terminar y en hacer planes
para el future. Pero la mayoria de las veces los planes que se formula no
se ajustan much a la realidad. En verdad, lo que hacemos es poner de
manifesto las cosas que nos gustaria hacer o lograr, sin detenemos a pensar
en lo que debemos hacer para que esos deseos se transformed en cosas
concretas.
dPor qu6 sucede 6sto? D6nde estA la fall? Como series humans que
somos tenemos una tendencia a desear lo mejor y en la formulaci6n de
planes olvidamos el lado prActico. La mayoria de las veces olvidamos el
planeamiento previo que se necesita para que las cosas salgan bien. Pero
tambi6n esto puede ser utilizado como excusa, para que al no lograr lo
deseado podamos decir, "yo lo queria, pero tuve mala suerte, no result
como lo deseaba". jQu6 sencillo es echarle la culpa a la suerte!
Pero seamos realistas. Al formular nuestros planes para 1971, pregunti-
monos concretamente hacia d6nde vamos. Cuando planiemos el Programa
de Seguridad para este anio, no nos limitemos a lo que nos gustaria alcanzar,
al porcentaje en que quisi6ramos disminuir los indices de accidents, a los
premios que quisieramos que nuestro departamento ganara por la reducci6n
en los accidents. Pensemos en todo esto, si, pero antes que nada pensemos
en lo que tendremos que hacer para que estos suenios sean realidad. Los
esfuerzos que habrin de hacerse, la cooperaci6n que necesitaremos, tanto
de los trabajadores como de la gerencia, los sinsabores que tendremos que
sufrir si los resultados no estAn en proporci6n con los esfuerzos realizados,
los materials que necesitaremos para instruir mejor a los trabajadores, y,
por sobre todo, cuAnto estamos dispuestos a poner de nosotros mismos para
tener 6xito.
Hecho esto trabajemos intensamente y con conciencia y lograremos lo
que nos hemos propuesto. Y lo lograremos porque hemos puesto lo mejor
de nosotros mismos y no s6lo habremos deseado algo sino que habremos
hecho el esfuerzo para lograrlo, y sabemos que todo esfuerzo tiene siempre
su just recompensa.
dHacia d6nde vamos en 1971? Hacia lo que nos hemos propuesto lograr.


"iTal ver un cello ast le quiard a mi
marido los deseos do usur corbata
cuando Irabaja corca de mdquinasl"


Ptommwn& de Ewmtoi


Enero 19-Presentaci6n en PanamA del famoso onceno brasilefio de fttbol
"Santos" con el mejor jugador del mundo PelM, frente al onceno Marte,
campe6n de El Salvador a las 7:30 p.m. en el Estadio Revoluci6n en la
ciudad de Panama. Unica presentaci6n de los futbolistas brasileiios.
Enero 20-Dia de San SebastiAn, patrono de la poblaci6n de Ocui, uno de
los centros mAs tradicionales del folklore panamefio. Del dia 17 al 20 de
enero tendra lugar la Feria de San Sebastian de Oc6, que es uno de los
events que mAs se prestan para presenciar los bailes verdaderamente
tipicos de Panama, lo mismo que admirar los trajes tipicos y escuchar
las melodies propias de esa region. Oc6 esta situado en el coraz6n de la
Peninsula de Azuero, a unas 144 millas al suroeste de la ciudad de Pana-
mi y se puede Ilegar por buena carretera.
Enero 31-Dia de San Juan Bosco, uno de los santos mas populares en
PanamA. Ese dia, en horas de la tarde, sale del Templo de San Juan Bosco,
en el Barrio de Calidonia, la que quizAs sea la procesi6n mAs concurrida
que tiene lugar en toda la Repflblica.
Febrero 2-Fiesta de la Purificacion de Nuestra Sefiora. En PanamA se le
llama popularmente Fiesta de La Candelaria.


MARTES
11:15-Camnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras In Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Boris Karloff Presenta
3:00-Un Largo y Ardiento
Verano
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Porky y Sus Amigos
5:30-Los Magnificos
Justicieros
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Agencia Cero
8:30-La Pelicula de
la Semana
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Alfred Hitchcock
Present

SABADO
10:00-Hacia El Maiiana
10:30-De Mujer a Mujer
11:30-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
12:00-Mi Mundo y
Bienvenido a El
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Polla Musical y
Deportiva
6:00-Verdaguer
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Tierra do Gigantes
8:30-Audacia es el Juego
10:00-La Guerra Secreta
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Cine Sibado


En Su


Pantalla


Desde el 8 hasta el 15 de
Enero de 1971
PARAISO
Viermes-CERRADO
Sibado-The Killer Ape (G) y
Three Stooges In Orbit (G)
Domingo-Hello Dolly (GP)
Lines-Hlello Dolly (GP)
Martes-CERRADO
Mi6rcoles-For Singles Only (GP) y
Lion Of St. Mark (GP)
Jueves-Skullduggery (GP)
Viernes-CERRADO
SANTA CRUZ
Viernes-The Killer Ape (G) y
Three Stooges In Orbit (G)
Slbado-CERRADO
Domingo-Por Mis Pistolas (G)
Lunes-For Singles Only (GP) y
Lion Of St. Mark (GP)
Martes-Skullduggery (GP)
Milrcoles-It (G)
Jueves-CERRADO
Viernes-Goodbye, Mr. Chips (G) y
Clarence The Cross-Eyed Lion (G)
RAINBOW CITY
Viernes, 10:00 p.m.-The Mountain Road
(C)
Salbado-AllI The Young Men (G) y
Damn The Defiant (G)
Domingo-Marooned (G)
Lunes-Marooned (G)
Martes-Colossus, The Forbin Project
(GP)
Miercoles-CERRADO
Jueves-Live For Life (GP) y
Tunes Of Glory (GP)
Viernes, 10:00 p.m.-Battle In Outer
Space (G)

NOTA-Nueva clasificaci6n: (C) Entrada
general. (GP) Entrada general. Se su-
giere guia de los padres. (R) Restringi-
da. No se admitirA a menores de 17
aifos, si no estln acompaiiados de sus
padres o son graduandos de secundaria.
(X) No se admitiri menores de 17 afios.
SIT significa: "Con titulos en espafol".
Todas las pelicilas comienzan a las
7 p.m., except cuando se indica. Este
program esti suijeto a cambios sin
previo aviso.


Maneje con Cortesia


PROGRAM


DEL


CANAL 4


Sujeto a cambios sill
previo aviso




MIERCOLES
10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:00-Cartones
11:15-Lassie
11:45-Principe Planeta
12:00-Sortco del Miercolito
12:15-El Mundo Joven de
Jose Jos6
1:00-Informativo del
MNediodia
1:30-Telenovela
2:30-Largo Metraje
4:30-Telenovela
5:30-Infantil
6:30-Telenoticias
7:30-El Tremendo Juez
8:00-Telenovela
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-Vendetta
11:00-La Ciudad Desnuda


Center en la JNotfcia


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Una figure muy conocida por los
predios del Edificio de Administra-
ci6n es Emilio Antonio Rivera, Jr.,
operario de computadora en la Di-
visi6n de Elaboraci6n de Datos de
la Contraloria del Canal de PanamA.
Rivera comenz6 a laborar con la
organizaci6n del Canal el 18 de abril
de 1955, por lo que cumplira den-
tro de poco 16 aiios de servicio,
todos con la Contraloria. Antes de
venir al Canal, Rivera habia labo-
rado durante 4 meses con la Taba-
calera Istmefia en la ciudad de Pa-
nama, operando miquinas de pro-
cesar tabaco. El trabajo de Rivera
consiste en Ilevar la contabilidad me-
canizada, operando una computa-
dora desde la console de control. El
21 de noviembre de 1964 contrajo
matrimonio con Amalia Howard,
hoy sefiora de Rivera, con la cual
tiene una nifia, Katia Maria, de 2
aiios de edad. Rivera, nacido en la
ciudad de PanamA el 23 de junior de
1933, hizo todos sus studios tanto
primaries como secundarios, en Bal-
boa. Uno de sus pasatiempos es el
de trabajar la mecanica en su pro-
pio autom6vil, aunque estA toman-
do un curso por correspondencia
para la reparaci6n de artefactos el6c-
tricos. Le encanta viajar a Ia bella
isla de Taboga, en donde pasa mu-
chos fines de semana con su familiar,
baiiandose en la playa y tomando


DOMINGO
8:30-C6micas
8:45-Documental
9:15-Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patrina
12:00-Lotcria
12:30 -Carrousel Internacional
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
5:30-Tarzin y Super-Acci6n
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Departamento "S"
9:00-Hawaii Cinco Cero
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo


JUEVES
10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:00-Cartones
ll:15-Lassic
11:45-Principe Planet:a
12:15-Jueves Estelares
1:00-Informativo del
Mediodia
1:30-TelcMovela
2:30-Largo Metraie
4:30-Telenovela
5:30-Infantil
6:30-Telenoticias
7:30-La Familia Miscria
8:00-Telenovela
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-Marcus Welby
11:00-La Ciudad Desnuda


LUNES
10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:00-Cartones
11:15-Lassic
11:45-Principe Planeta
12:15-La Criada Bien
Criada
1:00-Informative del
Mediodia
1:30-Telenovela
2:30-Largo Metraje
4:30-Telenovela
5:30-Infantil
6:30-Telenoticias
7:30-El Treniendo Juez
8:00-Telenovela
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-El Diablo se Divierte
11:00-La Ciudad Desnuda



VIERNES
10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:00-Cartones
11:15-Lassic
11:45-Principe Planeta
12:15-HIoy
1:00-Informnativo del
Mediodia
1:30-Telenovela
2:30-Largo Metraje
4:30-Telenovela
5:30-Infantil
6:30-Telenoticias
7:30-El Tremendo Juez
8:00-Telenovela
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-La Ley del Rev6lver
11:00-La Hora Cero


bafios de sol, pero su principal am-
bici6n es tener su propia lancha,
aunque nunca ha manejado una.
A lo mejor si la tiene, podria ser des-
pues un participants en las regatas
de lanchas que se celebran en el
Club de Yates y Pesca de PanamA.



Longevidad de


Los Anteojos
La protecci6n de la vista es una
de las preocupaciones humans mas
antiguas. Marco Polo relata que, en
sus viajes, encontr6 que los chinos
habian venido usando anteojos des-
de el siglo X. En 1279 el mismo
Marco Polo observ6 que algunos de
los miembros de la corte del Kubla
Khan tambi6n los usaban. La pri-
mera serial del uso de anteojos en
Europa data de 1352, segiin un
autorretrato de Hugo de Provenza,
fechado en ese ailo. Los primeros
lentes se hicieron de cuarzo o beril;
hacia fines del siglo XV ya se los
hacia exclusivamente de vidrio. Al
principio, el hombre ide6 anteojos
unicamente para ver de cerca o de
lejos. No fue hasta 1837 cuando se
realize, con 6xito, el primer intent
de corregir el astigmatismo por
medio de lentes.


MARTES
10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:00-Cartones
11:15-Lassie
11:45-Principe Planeta
12:15-Do-Re-Mi
1:00-Informnativo del
Mediodia
1:30-Telenovela
2:30-Largo Metraje
4:30-Telenovela
5:30-Infantil
6:30-Telenoticias
7:30-Simplemento Simnplicia
8:00-Telenovela
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-Centro M6dico
11:00-La Ciudad Desnuda




SABADO
10:30-Cartones
11:00-Archie y Sabrina
11:30-Lassio
12:00-Servicio Secreto
12:30-Daniel El Travieso
1:00-Informativo del
MIediodia
1:30-Gomer Pyle
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
4:30-Los CatedrAticos del
Ritmo
5:30-El Caballo do Hierro
6:30-Telenoticias
7:30-El Topo Gigio
8:30-El Detective Fantasma
9:30-Pzazz 71


Pigina 2


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fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6-
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R. S. HARTLINE
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Enero 8, 1971


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Vital Curso de Sesuridad


- Dictan a Contramaestres


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El CapitAn Henry Johnstone, prActico del Canal de
Panama, sefiala a un grupo de contramaestres de pasa-
barcos las precauciones de seguridad que deben tomar-
se al subir por una escalera de cuerdas a una nave en
transito. El CapitAn Johnstone usa unos dibujos hechos
por Roberto Mitchell para dare mayor claridad a su
explicaci6n. Mitchell es uno de los instructors de este
curso de seguridad que se estA brindando a unos 120
contramaestres y ayudantes de contramaestres, con el


Canada Previene


Al Consumidor
Dentro del Canada Hazardous
Products Act, el gobierno canadien-
se ha establecido que todo product
que se venda para uso dom6stico
debe tener una o varias etiquetas
de tipo uniform, con simbolos
"standard", para indicar si el pro-
ducto es venenoso, inflatable, ex-
plosivo, o corrosivo. La etiqueta
debe incluir tainbien informaci6n
sobre primeros auxilios. Los sim-
bolos "standard" de la etiqueta son:
octagono "iPeligro!", cuadrado para
"Cuidado" y triingulo para "Pre-
cauci6n". Algunos products ten-
dran que loevar dos o tres simbolos,
segun su grado de peligrosidad. A
partir del 19 de junio de 1971 no se
podrA vender products de uso case-
ro-importados o nacionales-que no
Ileven las etiquetas respectivas.


fin de aumentar el indice de seguridad en las opera-
ciones de la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n. De izquierda a
derecha aparecen, sentados: Carlos B. Ledezma; Edgar
F. Bascombe, subjefe de pasabarcos; Alfred Marshall
y A. B. Williams. De pie: Eustace Jackman, Guadalupe
Rodriguez, Sydney Richardson, Alfonso Paul y el ins-
tructor Roberto Mitchell. La foto fue tomada en el
Centre de Adiestramiento de la Direcci6n de Personal,
en la Calle Corozo del sector Pacifico.


Mes del Banco de Sangre


Proclamado por R. Nixon


El Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal, W. P. .Leber, ha Ilamado la
atenci6n sobre la designaci6n hecha
por el Presidente Richard M. Nixon
al mes de Enero como el Mes Na-
cional del Banco de Sangre y soli-
cita a la comunidad de la Zona del
Canal unirse a los bancos de sangre
del Hospital Coco Solo y el Hos-
pital Gorgas como reconocimiento al
papel vital del donante voluntario
de sangre en la atenci6n m6dica.
Los dos bancos de sangre locales
son miembros de la Asociaci6n
Americana de Bancos de Sangre
que propuso la celebraci6n del mes
como parte de un extenso program
para promover las donaciones volun-
tarias de sangre y evitar la tempora-
da de escasez.


hVmOU


la hora de salir


Si divide suo atenci6n entire el trabajo y el reloj
se est6 predisponiendo a un accident.


"EN EXACTAMENTE 22 minutOS
y medio terminar6 mi turno".
,Piensa usted en esa forma?
jTiene usted la mente y los ojos,
mitad en el trabajo y mitad en el re-
loj?
Un antiguo refran dice: en la uni6n
esta la fuerza. En este caso, si usted
se divide, se debilita y se expone a
perder.
Todos los aios suceden miles de
accidents porque un trabajador se
discuida al echarle un vistazo al reloj
en la pared o en la mufieca para ver
los minutes que le faltan para termi-
nar el dia.
Sus ojos se apartan del trabajo unos
segundos nada mas, por supuesto, pe-


ro tiene la mente ocupada con los de-
talles de recoger, ponchar la tarjeta
e irse a la casa.
Naturalmente, ese es el moment
en que ocurren los accidents. Usted
no puede trabajar (o manejar) eficien-
temente o con seguridad si se distrae.
Tenga mis cuidado cuando sean
mayores las posibilidades de distraerse
cerca de la hora de salida, poco antes
de salir a almorzar, el dia de pago,
la vfspera de un dia de fiesta.
Esas otras actividades que pudieran
robarle la atenci6n le producirmn ma-
yor placer si used seoas quita de la
mente cuando esti haciendo algfn
trabajo. Tambi6n pueden salvarle la
vida*


La proclamaci6n del Presidente
Nixon dice, en parte: "Entre los
actos mis nobles de la generosidad
personal estA la donaci6n de la san-
gre propia para beneficio de otro.
Es una contribuci6n a la salud y la
vida para las cuales no hay substi-
tutos.
"El sistema del donante volunta-
rio de sangre desarrollado por la
Cruz Roja Americana y la Asocia-
ci6n Americana de Bancos de San-
gre proporciona m6todos modernos
para la seguridad y las simples do-
naciones de sangre. Las contribu-
ciones de los donantes voluntarios
de sangre deberian ser reconocidas
y alentadas para asegurar que la
creciente necesidad de nuestra na-
cion sea satisfecha felizmente.
"Con este objeto, el Congreso, por
medio de la Resoluci6n Conjunta
del Senado No. 223 ha solicitado
al President que expida una pro-
clamaci6n designando el mes de
Enero de 1971 como el Mes Nacio-
nal del Donante de Sangre.
"Por lo tanto, yo Richard Nixon,
President de los Estados Unidos
de America, por medio de la
present proclamo el mes de Ene-
ro de 1971 como el Mes Nacional
del Donante de Sangre. Exhorto a
los medios de informaci6n p/sblica,
a los bancos de sangre y a las insta-
laciones m6dicas v de salubridad de
nuestra naci6n y al p/sblico en gene-
ral, rendir tribute y honor especial
durante ese mes al donante volun-
tario de sangre y para alentar, por
todos los medios apropiados, el au-
mento de personas que se conviertan
en donantes voluntaries de sangre".


Cierre por

Inventario
La Secci6n B (Balboa), permane-
cera cerrada por inventario todo el
dia martes 19 de enero, y nueva-
mente para recuento el lunes 19 de
febrero. Las ventas estarin prohi-
bidas durante los cierres.



Multa Tenaz
En el Jap6n, la policia ha encon-
trado un nuevo sistema de multas
a los que violan las leyes del trinsito,
sobre todo a los que dejan cl auto-
movil mal estacionado. La boleta
de multa es una etiqueta impermea-
ble que se pega al parabrisas del
vehiculo y solamente la policia sabe
como desprenderla, una vez que el
infractor ha pagado la multa.


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El program de adiestramiento de
contramaestres de pasabarcos y sus
ayudantes, para que puedan dirigir
a sus cuadrillas en la ejecuci6n, con
seguridad, de todas sus delicadas
funciones, continua a todo vapor y
con un horario adaptado al trabajo
de cada una de las cuadrillas de
pasabarcos, de manera que no inter-
fiera con sus labores relacionadas
con el transit de naves por el Canal
de Panam6.
El curso, de 8 horas de duraci6n,
fue iniciado el pasado 7 de diciem-
bre y en 61 participant unidades de
la Direcci6n de Marina y de la
Direcci6n de Personal, quienes
disefiaron el program y dictan
gran parte de la part te6rica del
curso. Parte important del progra-
ma de seguridad pana pasabarcos
estA a cargo de los prActicos del
Canal, quienes han brindado su
cooperaci6n de manera entusiasta.
Los ejecutivos de la Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n, desde subjefes de pasa-
barcos hasta capitanes de puerto,
visitan a menudo los centros de
adiestramiento, en la Calle Corozo,
para el personal del sector Pacifico,
y en el Sal6n de Conferencias de las
Esclusas de Catin, para los del
sector AtlAntico, con el fin de darse
cuenta del aprovechamiento de los
alumnos.
Las Areas principles que cubre
cl adiestramiento de contramaestres
son las siguientes: preparaci6n para
un transito, procedmientos seguros
para embarcar y desembarcar, coor-
dinaci6n que debe haber entire el
practice y el contramaestre, inspec-
ciones de cubierta, inspecci6n de la
maquinaria de operaciones, asigna-
ci6n del personal, planeamiento de
operaciones para amarrar y desama-
roar las naves al entrar y salir de las
esclusas, accidents y su investiga-
ci6n, y finalmente, c6mo hacer los
informes sobre la seguridad de las
naves.
El siguiente personal dicta el arri-
ba mencionado curso de seguridad:
Capitin H-lank Johnstone, practice
del Canal; Roberto Mitchell y David
Taylor, contramaestres de seguridad
y adiestramiento; J. C. Dyer y
George J. Booth, funcionarios de
seguridad de la direcci6n; y John


GOBIERNO DE LA ZONA DEL CANAL-COMPARIA DEL CANAL DE PANAMA
DIRECTION DE PERSONAL

Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados


POSICIONES PERMANENTES
Salario
Anotador(a) EstenogrAfica, NM-61 ---------- -------$6.822.40
Auxiliar de Actividades Recreativas, NM-1/2 -_--$3.016.00/$3.182.40
Contador(a) Ejecutivo(a), NM-5/9 --- ----$8.510.00/$10.868.00
Enfermera Clinica/Enfermera de Salubridad
Pibiica, NM-7/9 __-------------- ----..$7.800.00/$9.464.00
Enfermera Clinica/Enfermera de Salubridad Piblica,
NM-7/9 (Intermitente) _.- _-----___$4.02/$4.91
Ingeniero Encargado de Asuntos de Trinsito
NM-9/11 --------------- -$10.940.80/$12.438.40
Montador de Partes Mecinicas, MG-7 (Tiempo parcial
que no exceda 30 horas) __--------------------$1.78
Oficinista Encargado(a) de Cuentas Corrientes
(Mecanografia), NM-31 ___--------- -- $3.931.20
Oficinista-Esten6grafa, NM-51 --- --- ----$6.177.60
Oficinista-Mecandgrafa, NM-31 ----- ------ --$3.931.20
Represer:tante Encargado del Mantenimiento de
Instalaciones (Edificios y Servicios
PLiblicos), NM-8/9 -___ ----- ---- $8.340.80/$9.172.80
Salvavidas, NM-3 (Tiempo parcial que no exceda
30 horas) (Se require poseer certificado de
Instructor de Seguridad Acuitica) _________-- --- ---- $1.89
SAbjefe Enfermera Clinica, NM-9 --------- $9.464.00
Tecn6logo Midico, NM-5/7 (Tiempo parcial que
no exceda 30 horas) ------------ $2.97/$3.63


POSICIONES TEMPORALES
Archivero(a), NM-4 (Que no exceda 1 ano) --- -- -
Ayudante Mecknico Tornero Automotriz, MG-5
;Carroceria y Guardafango) (Que no exceda 1 afo) -
Conductor de Camidn, MG-6 (Primeras 40 horas)
(Que no exceda 1 aiio) ---- --
Conductor de Cami6n, MG-6 (Que no exceda 1 afo) --
Empaquetador de Came, MG-3 (Que no exceda 1 anlo) -
Encargado(a) de Refresqueria, NM-4
(Que no exceda 6 meses) ___------ -- -
Mozo(a) de Oficios, MG-2 (Que no exceda 1 aio) -- -
Obrero, MG-2 (Qua no exceda 1 anso) -----
Obrero (Trahajos Pesados), MG-3
(Que no exceda 6-30-71) ------------__


Direccidn o Si-
Divisidn tio
Navegaci6n P
Abastos P
Contraloria P
Med. Prev. A
Med. Prev. A

Ingenieria P

Abastos P
Terminales A
Navegaci6n P
Hos. Coco Solo A

Serv. Com. A

Escuelas P
Hos. Palo Seco P
Hos. Coco Solo A


$5.853.00 Ingenieria P 1
__-$1.59 Trans. Mot. A 1
--$1.63 Trans. Mot. A-P 15-12
__$1.63 Div. de Almac. P 2
$1.51 Abastos P 1


$5.532.80
___-- 1.48
--$1.48


Abastos
Abastos
Abastos


$1.51 Electricidad A 15


La solicited debe ser sometida en el Formulario 433, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO. Debera
someterse una solicited separada para cada categoria de empleo. Si hace solicitud para mas
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras
negritas. Los salaries indicados serin aumentados a las ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del
diferencial apropiado ademis del factor impuesto cuandao debe aplicarse. El simbolo 1 indica
que es necesario un examen escrito. El simbolo indica que es uoa posici6n de seguridad
donde puede emplearse solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Empleo y Utilizaci6n de Empleados, tel6fonos 2-1221, 2-3618 6 3-1288.
No deben comunicarse directamente can los funcionarios de empleo.


Pagina 3


Ya es casi


E. Stratman, ayudante ejecutivo de
programs para el personal.
Tambi6n colaboran en el pro-
grama Robert Krueger y Peter Pore-
1lo, del Ramo de Seguridad, y Ro-
lando Linares, de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas.
Para el 12 de enero, cuando se
espera que termine este curso espe-
cializado, se calcula que unos 120
contramaestres y ayudantes de
contramaestre habran aprobado el
adiestramiento que aumentari enor-
memente el indice de seguridad en
el transito de las naves por el Canal,
especialmente en las esclusas.


Reeligen la


Directiva del


"Sea breeze"
Alfred Franklin fue reelegido
president del Club de Golf "Sea-
breeze" de Camp Bierd, en las elec-
ciones que tuvieron lugar el domin-
go 27 de diciembre iltimo, para
elegir a los nuevos directors que
regiran los destines del club en
1971.
Todos los denais directors fue-
ron reelegidos asi: Glenville Frah-
klin, secretario; Roy Thompson,
tesorero; Joseph Richards, gerente
administrativo; Robert Porter y
George Maxwell, vocales.
La labor de estos sefiores al
frente del club fue fructifera y por
ello fueron reelegidos para el pr6-
ximo period.
El Club de Golf "Seabreeze" no
ha limitado solamente sus activida-
des a elements residents en la
Zona del Canal, sino que ha invi-
tado a personas de buena conduct
con aspiraciones deportivas de otras
comunidades para que ingresen al
club como miembros, con el pro-
p6sito de promover lazos amistosos
entire todos los amantes del deporte
en el sector Atlantico.


Maneje con Cortesia









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 8, 1971


Mam W_ ".1 --

A la derecha, al fondo de la camara inferior de la via remolcadores del Canal al interior de la cAmara, donde
occidental de las Esclusas de Miraflores, aparece la gr6a fue vuelta a elevar, iniciando asi su viaje de unas 40
flotante "H6rcules", del Canal de Panama, que se pre- millas, hasta las Esclusas de Gati6n, donde el domingo
para a recoger cierto equipo Ilevado hasta alli en bar- se iniciarin los trabajos de reacondicionamiento. A la
cazas del Canal y que serA utilizado en el reacondicio- izquierda, en primer piano, aparece la popa del "Elisa-
namiento de las Esclusas de Gatuin, en el sector Atlin- beth Entz", transportador de petr6leo y minerales, que
tico del Canal de PanamA. La gria "Hercules", luego transit hacia el sur con destiny al puerto de Quintero,
de recoger el equipo, fue llevada nuevamente por los Chile, seg6n declar6 su agent local, la United Fruit Co.


Consejo Civico de Paraiso


Tom ara- PosesiOn el Martes


El martes pr6ximo a las 7:30 p.m.
tomara posesi6n la nueva directive
del Consejo Civico de Paraiso en el
Sal6n de Biologia de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso, para el pe-
riodo de 1971.
La nueva directive estA integrada
por Samuel H. Blenman, como pre-
sidente; Rupert A. Phillips, vicepre-
sidente; Srta. Ellen Murdock, se-
cretaria; Alfonso Alexis, tesorero;
Luciano Laguna, subsecretario;
Dathan Martin, representante en las
conferencias del Gobernador; Loyd
Fray, representante suplente en las
conferencias del Gobernador; Sra.
Doris Samuels, Sra. Inez McKenzie,
John Jackman y George Callender,
representantes ante el Congreso de
Consejos Civicos; y Clifton H.
L6pez, suplente.
Los nuevos directives fueron ele-
gidos durante las elecciones celebra-
das en el mes de noviembre del afio
pasado, cuando se escogieron los
delegados a los consejos civicos en
las comunidades latinoamericanas.


Otro Dilema

Del DDT
El laboratorio de Toxicidad de
la Universidad de Chicago, EE.
UU., ha sefialado un nuevo peligro
del DDT: la persona obesa que co-
mienza a perder peso, puede en-
venenarse inadvertidamente porque
los pesticides se acumulan en altas
concentraciones en la grasa humana
sin producer efectos t6xicos aparen-
tes. Si se elimina una cantidad con-
siderable de grasa-a trav6s de una
dieta, o por enfermedad-la canti-
dad del mismo pesticide acumulado
en la sangre, puede subir a niveles
peligrosos.

El muchachito que acaba de lle-
gar de la escuela: "Hoy aprendi algo
nuevo del psic6logo de la escuela.
Le llama "azotaina".

Cuando un tipo estA ya casi cura-
do de renegar, es ya casi el tiempo
de hacer otra declaraci6n de rentas.
0 *0
El transito no seria ni la mitad tan
malo, si otros choferes fueran tan
considerados, de carActer ecuanime
y habiles como usted.


El nuevo president Blenman fue
el vicepresidente en el period an-
terior y luego president interino
cuando Harold Williams se retir6.
Blenman, al tomar posesi6n, de-
clar6 que uno de los principles
objetivos del nuevo consejo civico
y su junta directive es ayudar a la
juventud local en los nusmerosos
problems del mundo de hoy y
hacer todo lo possible porque todos
los residents de Paraiso tomen
part active en los diferentes pro-
yectos que para beneficio communal
se IlevarAn a cabo durante el presen-
te afio, con el patrocinio del Con-
sejo Civico.


Comite de Becas

Tendra Reunion

El Lunes II

El Comit6 de Becas Latinoameri-
cano en la Zona del Canal se reunirA
el limes pr6ximo a las 4:30 p.m. en
el Edificio de Asuntos Civiles, seg&n
convocatoria hecha por su presi-
dente, Ellis L. Fawcett.
A esta reuni6n deberan asistir
todos los miembros del comity, ya
que se tratarin asuntos sumamente
importantes, entire ellos las solici-
tudes de becas.
Este comit6 sufraga gastos de
becas para estudiantes de las escue-
las latinoamericanas que hacen estu-
dios universitarios.


Hacen Mejoras en Estadio


Infantil de Rainbow City


El Estadio de la Pequefia Liga de
Beisbol de Rainbow City cuenta ya
con una magnifica valla de concrete.
La construcci6n de esta adici6n al
campo de juegos de la mAs impor-
tante de las comunidades latinoame-
ricanas del sector AtlAntico de la
Zona del Canal constitute uno de
los logros mas importantes del Con-
sejo Civico de Rainbow City que
preside Roy A. Watson, quien re-
cientemente fue reelegido presi-
dente de esa alta corporaci6n.
La construcci6n de esa valla fue
uno de los anhelos mas grandes de
los residents del Atlantico, desde
los tiempos en que Wilfred Barrow
presidia el Consejo Civico de Rain-
bow City, pero no es sino hasta
ahora que se logra llevar a la reali-
dad. Barrow se encarg6 de muchas
mejoras que se hicieron al diamante
del campo de juegos y los depor-
tistas del sector recuerdan con agra-
do sus gestiones.
Los residents de Rainbow City
recuerdan que el diamante del cam-
po infantil de beisbol fue comenza-
do cuando Jefferson Josephs era
president del Consejo Civico de
Rainbow City y cont6 con la deci-
dida colaboraci6n de Saturnin G.
Maug6, Andrel Cockburn y otros
miembros de la comunidad.
Watson declare que la magnifica
valla de concrete es una obra de la1
cual la comunidad podrA sentirse
orgullosa y constituirA un monu-
mento a la cooperaci6n de los
miembros de la comunidad, de los
del Consejo Civico, de muchas em-
presas de la Repuiblica de PanamA y
de la Administraci6n del Canal.
"Sin esa decidida y valiosa ayuda,
jams hubieramos podido alcanzar
nuestro objetivo de conseguirle a la
comunidad un campo de juegos de
beisbol complete, con todos los re-
quisitos de seguridad, para que
nuestros j6venes puedan divertirse
sanamente practicando los depor-
tes", declar6 el president del Con-
sejo Civico de Rainbow City.
Watson declar6 tambien que debe
hacerse especial menci6n del mag-
nifico trabajo de Dimas Cortes, em-
pleado de las Esclusas de Gatin y
miembro del Consejo Civico, quien
dirigi6 el trabajo de erecci6n de la
valla completamente gratis y cont6
con la entusiasta cooperaci6n de
varies j6venes de la comunidad, que
prestaron sus servicios como alba-
uiles voluntarios.
Hasta ahora, las siguientes em-
presas han entregado su contribu-


El martes por la tarde fue inaugurada otra temporada de honor, y recibi6 la ayuda de su nieta Magdalena
de la Liga de Beisbol Juvenil Fastlich en el campo de Cajias para sostener el bate, mientras que otra nieta,
juegos de esta liga en Balboa, con el partido entire las Lupe Cajias, parade atrAs, servia como Arbitro y una
novenas Ocelots y Macaws, con el triunfo de la pri- sobrina, Graciela Villa, era la receptora de honor. La
mera por 6 carreras a 0. La patrocinadora de la liga, Liga de Beisbol Juvenil Fastlich celebrarA sus partidos
Sra. Dora K. de Fastlich, a la derecha, fue la bateadora de lunes a viernes a las 4:15 p.m.


ci6n para financial la obra: Mutual
de Omaha, Sears de Panama, Taga-
r6pulos, S.A., Agencias Giscome,
Fernando Edwards y Kam & Cia.,
corredores de seguros; Autoac, dis-
tribuidores de accesorios para autos,
Texas Oil Co., Coca-Cola de Pana-
mA, First National City Bank, Agen-
cias Nordstrom, Prudential Grace
Line, Terminales PanamA, Policia
de la Zona del Canal y Refineria
Panama.
Tambi6n declar6 Watson que
otras entidades han ofrecido su co-
laboraci6n econ6mica. Todas ellas
tendrAn sus anuncios en la valla
para fines de este mes, cuando el
Estadio Infantil de Rainbow City
adquirira un aspect de estadio de
grandes ligas, como es el deseo de
los integrantes del Consejo Civico.


ANIVERSARIOS
(Basandose sobre total de Servicio Civil)

20 Afios
OFICINA DE INFORMATION
DEL CANAL DE PANAMA
Frederic J. Berest
Subjefe Guia Int&rprete
de la Zona del Canal

CONTRALORIA
Helen M. Cicero
Oficinista Encargada de las
Deducciones de Salario
Frances D. Wheeler
T6cnica de Contabilidad
Evelyn R. Reynolds
Oficinista, Secci6n de N6minas

DIRECTION DE PERSONAL
Verna A. Barnett
Oficinista de Personal

DIRECTION DE MARINA
George K. Hudgins, Jr.
Operario de Locomotora
de Remolque (Esclusas)
John M. Stuart
PrActico
Alfred Merritt G.
Pasabarcos
Juan Morales
Pasabarcos
Santiago Franco
Pasabarcos
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALES
Ralph Anderson
Subjefe Oficinista de Carga
Jimmie Scott
Capataz General de Operaciones
de Estiba (A Bordo)
Ayr A. Hoyte
Estibador
Marciano Garcia
Estibador
Juan J. Moreira
Estibador
Cleveland Burger
Pasacables

DIRECTION DE ABASTOS
Y SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Harold 0. Hart
Obrero
Phillip A. Francis
Primer Capataz Aseador

DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Rub6n Ferrer
Obrero
Clifton M. Vasselle
Encargado de Mantenimiento
Eusebio Quintana
Ayudante Mecanico de
Refrigeraci6n y
Acondicionamiento de Aire

DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Lucille A. Haughton
Guardiana
Louise M. Caldwell
Especialista en Actividades
Recreativas (Deportes)
Lillian E. Ceville
Cuidadora de Camerino
Beverly C. Williams
Bibliotecaria

DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Mary B. Egolf
Secretaria (Estenografia)


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