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 Material Information
Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Portion of title: Spillway
Parallel title: Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title: Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights, C.Z
Creation Date: October 24, 1975
Publication Date: 1963-1999
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 )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 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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Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
Classification: lcc - HE538 .A37
ddc - 386/.444/05
System ID: UF00094771:01049
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce


The Panama


Vol. XIV, No. 17


Canal Spillway

Friday, October 24, 1975


Spirit of '76 as artistically created from discarded Panama Railroad spikes
is presented to Gov. H. R. Parfitt by Rudolph Burda, an optician with
the Balboa Optical Shop. Burda heated the spikes, then bent them into
the shape of the famous Spirit of '76 trio of the fife players and
drummer. Next he painted them and mounted the figures on a wooden
base. He made the presentation to the Canal organization in connection
with the bicentennial of the United States. Burda has used this medium
to wield his talent previously in the form of athletes, Don Quijote and
Sancho Panza, and numerous other subjects.



U.S. Residents To Cast


Ballots For Councilmen


U.S. Civic Council elections will
be held on November 4 on both
sides of the Isthmus.
There will be three polling
places in Balboa where residents
of U.S. townsites on the Pacific
side may vote for their represen-
tatives to the Pacific Civic Council.
There will not be a polling place
at the Diablo Service Center this
year.
Polling booths will be open at
the Administration Building from
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Balboa Post
Office from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
and Balboa Retail Store from 9
a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Gamboa residents may vote at
the Gamboa Post Office from 9
a.m. until 5 p.m.
On the Atlantic side, polling
booths will be open at the Mar-
garita Service Center from 9 a.m.
to 7 p.m., Gatun Service Center
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Coco
Solo Post Office from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. and Coco Solo Retail Store
from 12 noon to 7 p.m.
The SPILLWAY will print thumb-
nail biographical sketches of as
many candidates as possible to
assist voters in making their selec-
tions. (See p. 4.)
Candidates for the Pacific Civic
Council are:
Ancon-Balboa Heights: Charles
Belden, Wesley E. Bondurant, Dr.
Richard Cheville, Barbara Corson,
Rae Hannigan and Dr. Henry
Stockwell.
Balboa-La Boca: Madeleine De-
Raps, Catherine Galuska, Frank
Hirt, Wayne King, Betsy Llewel-
lyn, Pennye McCarragher, Joyce
Payne, Milford Stern, Andrew
Whitehead and Janet Winford.
Diablo Heights-Curundu: David
Baglien, Sylvia Goldmann, John
Long and Cleve Soper.
Los Rios-Corozal-Cardenas: Pat
Fulton, Roger Jones, Peggy May,
Valerie May, Paul Quackenbush,
Fred Smith and Norm Werner.
Candidates for the Gamboa


Civic Council are: Joe F. Brad-
berry, R. L. Green, E. H. Thomp-
son, James Guibert, James Des-
Londes, George Kessel, Florence
Tibbots, Lynn L. Furman, Bruce
Thale, Joe Rollins and Don Smith.
On the Atlantic side, the can-
didates are:
Cristobal, Margarita, Brazos
Heights 'Civic Council: Ardice Bell,
Leonard E. Bell, Robert J. Best,
Gilbert Ferro, Charlene James,
Richard G. May, Edna O'Donnell,
Carl W. Reynolds, Paul V. Roz-
meski, Albert M. White, Marta
White, and Molly Williford.
Gatun Civic Council: Betty Barr,
Nell Bennett, Emil Bowerman,
Celia Brown, Ralph Covington,
George Dany, John Eberentz, Irene
Fennell, Karin Flint, Mason Flint,
Jewel Gott, Barbara Hoyne, Betty
Loyd, Joanie Minshew, Donald
Mullins, Brian Plaisance, Bev
Rowley, Skip Rowley, Myrtle
Seigler, Robert Staneszewski, Jeri
Steele, Louise Watson, Al West
and Norma West.
Coco Solo-France Field Civic
Council: Mario Pinder, Alfred W.
Sandrock, Clare Johnson, Richard
Bjorneby, Mary Ellen Knoop,
Marylee Davison, Marilee Flynn,
Betty Blanchette, Doris Holt,
Louise Morgan, William Shank,
Annette Nemecek, Grace E. Gil-
lespie, William H. Coleman and
Edward Silva.

Las Cruces To Be Taken

Out of Service for Nov.
The Panama Canal launch Las
Cruces will be out of service for
overhaul from November 1 through
November 30.
This will result in the cancella-
tion of Saturday tours for U.S.
Government employees and guests
during the month of November.
Rental of the vessel for social
affairs and the Saturday tours will
be resumed in December.


Panama Canal

Contributions

Top CFC Goal
Two additional Panama Canal
Company-Canal Zone Government
units, the Marine and Civil Affairs
bureaus, exceeded their goals dur-
ing the past week, pushing the
entire Panama Canal organization
over the top with more than 106.6
percent of its 1976 campaign goal
of $245,380.
Three bureaus, Financial Vice
President, Health, and Transpor-
tation and Terminals, had not yet
achieved their goals but all three
had passed the 95 percent mark
and were still climbing.
Reports on non-Panama Canal
agency contributions to the CFC
showed that Southern Command
had reached 94.5 percent of its
goal. The other five outside agen-
cies stood as follows: Federal
Highway Administration, 176.6
percent; Navy, 71.7 percent; Air
Force, 35.1 percent; District
Courts, 20 percent; and Army
19.7 percent.
According to campaign head-
quarters, all contributions totaled
$292,601 or 76.1 percent of the
$384,600 goal as of press time.
The Combined Federal Cam-
paign continues through Novem-
ber 4.

Long Thanksgiving
Weekend Is Planned
In keeping with the current
policy of reducing the Canal or-
ganization's financial burden when-
ever possible, all employees not
required to perform essential serv-
ices on Friday, November 28, will
be placed on leave for that day.
This will enable many employ-
ees to have a 4-day weekend
since Thursday, November 27, is
Thanksgiving.
Employees will be charged leave
for the day.
November 28 is also a holiday
for employees of the Government
of Panama which will mark the
country's independence from Spain.


James L. Snyder has been pro-
moted to the position of General
Merchandise Manager of the Sup-
ply Division's Merchandise Man-
agement Branch. He steps into the
job vacated when Bart J. Elich
was named General Manager in
September.
Snyder has been an employee
of the Canal organization since
April 1953 when he joined the
Supply Division as a Commissary
Assistant. He has been Commissary
Supervisor, Assistant Supply Offi-
cer (Drygoods) and, since 1961,
Merchandise Management Officer
(Drygoods).
Born in Beverly, Mo., Snyder
graduated from Cashmere High
School and completed 1 year of
pharmaceutical studies at the Uni-
versity of Washington, Seattle. He
also completed 4 years of Busi-
ness Administration through the In-
ternational Correspondence School
of Scranton, Pa.
Snyder served in the U.S. Army
from 1943 to 1953. At the time
of his discharge he was a first


Veterans Day Parade


Is Planned for Balboa


Isthmian residents will pause
Monday morning to pay their re-
spects to the men and women,
living and dead, who have served
in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Pacific side observances will
start at 9 a.m. when a military
bugler sounds attention to begin
the traditional Veterans Day
parade.
With the blare of bugles, the
roll of drums and the rumble of
marching feet, the paraders will
move out from the assembly area
at the Printing Plant, La Boca.


Civic Councils

Give Hints for

Safe Halloween
It's fun to go trick or treating
on Halloween.
But it can be just as much fun
and a lot safer if Canal Zone res-
idents will follow the advice of
the Pacific Civic Council.
The Council believes that in-
juries to small children and an-
noyance to residents can be pre-
vented if householders will:
. . . allow their children to
"trick or treat" only between the
hours of 5:30 to 7 p.m., Octo-
ber 31;
S. .distribute treats to children
of elementary school age only and
discourage all others;
� . . refrain from distributing
treats after 7 p.m., and tell trick
or treaters that that part of the
Halloween celebration is over.
Extra police surveillance is
planned for that night and res-
idents are asked to promptly re-
port acts of vandalism or other
abuses by calling the Central Bal-
boa Police Station, 52-7862.
Residents can cooperate further
by not opening their doors after
7 p.m.


Virginia N. Keller, the Canal
Zone's first woman parade mar-
shall, will be at the head of the
marching units as they move along
La Boca Road, turn left onto Bal-
boa Road, pass the reviewing stand
at Stevens Circle, and continue to
the intersection at Balboa Road
and Roosevelt Avenue.
Participating in the parade will
be Armed Forces and combined
Veterans' Color Guards, the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars, American
Legion, and their ladies auxiliaries,
Scouts organizations, Balboa and
Cristobal ROTC units, BPO Elks
1414, Balboa Lions Club and Abou
Saad Temple foot units, motorized
units and clowns.
Music will be provided by
armed forces bands, the Panama
Bomberos Band and Bugle Corps,
International Boy Scouts Band and
Lucho Azcirraga.
There will also be queens riding
on floats and equestrians from
local riding clubs.
Felipi Cazobon is the parade
chairman.
VFW chapters on the Atlantic
side will conduct' private observ-
ances.

Balboa Supermarket

To Be Closed Oct. 27
The Balboa Supermarket will be
close on Veterans Day, Monday,
October 27.
Other Supply Division activities
will operate according to the fol-
lowing schedule.
The Margarita Superette will be
open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Gamboa, Paraiso and Rainbow
City Vending and Merchandise
Convenience sections will be open
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cafeterias in the Balboa and
Margarita service centers will oper-
ate their normal 24-hour schedules
and the Drive-Inn Restaurant will
be open from 11 a.m. to 10:30
p.m.
Gasoline stations will be open
for their normal reduced-hours
holiday schedule, bowling alleys
for their usual Sunday hours, and
the theaters will operate in accord-
ance with announced schedules.
All other retail stores and serv-
ice center units will be closed on
October 27.


Laverty, Saarinen,

Receive FEW Awards
Two Canal employees and one
U.S. Army officer were presented
Superior Management Awards at
a recent observance of the second
anniversary of the founding of the
Canal Zone Federally Employed
Women.
The awards went to Raymond
P. Laverty, Acting Supply and
Community Service Director; Rob-
ert J. Saarinen, Superintendent
Food Service Branch, Supply Di-
vision; and Col. John W. Park, Jr.,
Director Defense Mapping Agency
Inter-American Geodetic Survey.
Patricia Lindh, Special Assistant
to President Ford, was the guest
speaker at the affair.


lieutenant serving as a supply
officer.
In 1966, Snyder received an
Outstanding Performance Award
and Quality Step Increase for his
technical and marketing knowl-
edge in drygoods merchandising.
He lives with his wife, Gertrude,
in Balboa. They have two chil-
dren: James L. and Frank O.


James L. Snyder


James L. Snyder Named


Merchandise Manager


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


October 24, 1975


(Schedule subject to change without notice)


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Bob Cummings
4:25-Laff Movie
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-Zane Grey Theatre
5:35-Jackpot
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-Information Special:
"A Pride in Belonging" (Color)
7:05-Bonanza
8:00-Qu6 Pasa? (Color)
8:05-One Step Beyond
8:30-The Odd Couple (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Hot I Baltimore (Color) (Adult)
9:45-Movie: "War and Peace"
(Part 1 of 2) (Color)
10:40-The Late Show: "The Great John L."

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25
12:05-Wyatt Earp
12:30-Saturday Playhouse: "Hannah Lee"
1:50-NCAA Football: Michigan vs.
Michigan State (Color)
4:00-All-Star Wrestling (Color)
4:50-Lucky Jim (Color) (Last show)
5:15-Soul Train (Color)
6:00-Weekend '75 (Color)
6:15-Bridget Loves Bernie
6:40-Texas Wheelers (Color)
7:05-Mary Tyler Moore (Color)
7:30-The Thin Man (Last show)
8:00-QuB Pasa? (Color)
8:05-12 O'Clock High
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
"What's My Line?-
25th Anniversary Salute" (Color)
10:30-Creature Feature: "Phantom of the
Red House"
12:00-Jazz Scene
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26
11:55-Norman Vincent Peale (Color)
12:25-Lamp Unto My Feet (Color)
12:55-College Football '75 (Color)
1:45-Pro Football NFL Action:
Dallas vs. N.Y. Giants (Color)
4:05-President Ford's News Conference
(Color)
4:35-Directions '75 (Color)
5:05-Washington Week in Review (Color)
5:35-Meet the Press (Color)
6:00-Chronicle (Color)
6:40-Wild Kingdom (Color)
(Series returns)
7:05-Cher (Color)
8:00-Que Pasa? (Color)
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:15-Movie: "Melody of Hate"
10:45-The Weekend Tonight Show (Color)

MONDAY, OCTOBER 27
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Bob Cummings




AAT THE
Beginning Friday,
BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Around the World in 80 Days (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-The Sugarland
Express (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Moon Zero Two
(SIT) (G)
Sat.-Sun.-Mon., 2:30, 6:15, 8:00-For Pete's
Sake (SIT) (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-Tarzan the Ape Man
(G)
Tues., 6:15, 8:25-A Man Calle Horse
(SIT) (PG)
Wed.-Thurs., 6:15, 8:15-The Dove (PG)

COMING SOON
Prerelease BALBOA Only


DAN V CMER- I MIDoL RELlCHIE f
"SI MILE"
- BRUCEDERN

RAINBOW CITY*
(Air-Conditioned)
Sun.-Mon.-The Wilhy Conspiracy (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Black Windmill (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-I Escaped From Devil's Island and
Across 110th Street (SIT) (R)
Thurs.-The Sugarland Express (PG)
MARGARITA*
Fri.-The Russians Are Coming (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Ransom for a
Dead Man (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Hey There, It's Yogi
Bear (SIT) (G)
Sat.-Adids Sabata and Valdez Is Coming
(PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Magnificent Seven
Ride (G)
Sun., 7:00-Mon., 2:00, 7:00-Herbie Rides
Again (G)
Tues.-Truck Turner (SIT) (R)


4:25-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-NFL Game of the Week (Color)
5:35-Truth or Consequences
6:00-Evening Report (Color)
6:15-The Subject Is-Women in
Uniform (Color)
6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-World at War (Color) (Premiere)
8:00-Qu6 Pasa? (Color)
8:05-Love American Style (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Monday Night Pro Football
NFL Action: St. Louis vs.
Washington (Color)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28
3:00-Make a Wish
3:30-Electric Company
4:00-Bob Cummings
4:25-Bewitched
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-Musical Chairs
5:35-The Price Is Right
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-The French Chef
7:05-Rawhide
8:00-Information Special:
"Bill Moyer's Journal"
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "Heaven Can Wait" (Color)
11:30-Mike Douglas
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Bob Cummings
4:25-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-The Silent Service
5:35-The $10,000 Pyramid
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-Password (Color)
7:05-The Young Lawyers (Color)
8:00-Que Pasa? (Color)
8:05-Sandy Duncan (Color)
8:30-Evil Touch (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "Penn of Pennsylvania"
11:05-The Tonight Show
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30
3:00-Danny Thomas
3:30-Electric Company
4:00-ABC After-School Special:
"Santiago's America" (Color)
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-Can You Top This?
5:35-Blank Check
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-The Newlywed Game
7:05-Burke's Law
8:00-Qu Pasa? (Color)
8:05-The Americans (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-The Merv Griffin Show (Color)
10:50-Victory at Sea
11:15-This Is the NFL (Color)


MOVIES


October 24, 1975
Wed.-Harry in Your Pocket (PG)
Thurs.-The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
(SIT) (PG)
GATUN MINITHEATERO
Fri.-Three Bites of an Apple (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Daniel Boone (G)
Sat-Night of the Lepus (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Sun., 7:00-Come Spy
With Me (G)
GAMBOA"
Fri.-Your, Mine and Ours (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-Andromeda Strain
(G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-The Yellow Submarine
(G)
Sat., 8:15-Robinson Crusoe on Mars (G)
Sun. and Tues.-The Godfather Part II (R)
Wed.-Bull of the West (SIT) (PG)
PARAISO*
Sun.-Bull of the West (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-The Mechanic and White Lightning
(SIT) (PG)
Wed.-The Godfather Part II (R)







�All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G--All ages ad-
mitted. General audience. PC-Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. R-Re-
stricted. Persons under 17 not admitted un-
less accompanied by parent or legal guard-
ian. X-Persons under 17 not admitted.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles. BW-AII in
color unless listed.


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By the time the fourth graders at Diablo Elementary Bicentennial Celebration. Planting one of 11 Ordeal
School move on to junior high, the trees they have trees are, from left: Rene Cantu, Sandra Gordon,
planted behind their school will be tall enough to Donald Kline and Scott Brown. Joseph Bradberry,
provide shade for the classrooms and mature enough Grounds Maintenance Supervisor, met with the stu-
to beautify the school grounds. The youngsters had dents and their teacher, Lowell C. Wilson, to guide
a third purpose in deciding to plant trees as their them in the selection of their trees and to advise on
class project: to remind future students of the Nation's their planting and care.


Knoll Thriller 'Wait Until Dark'


Being Presented

Frederick Knoll's suspense thrill-
er, Wait Until Dark, is being pre-
sented at the Theatre Guild. It
opened October 22 and will run
through November 8.
Mark Bozman, previously in
acting roles, is directing this excit-
ing drama. He has played such
roles as Lou Tanner in The Ginger-
bread Lady and has received ac-
claim for his portrayal of John
Proctor in the Surfside production
of The Crucible.
The action of Wait Until Dark
revolves around the attempt of
three desperate criminals to re-
cover a shipment of heroin sec-
reted inside a musical doll. The
leader of this unlikely trio is the

C.Z. Man Is Named

AF Honor Graduate
At recent graduation exercises
held at Lackland AFB, Tex., Air-
man Joseph M. O'Donnell was
awarded a certificate in recogni-
tion of his outstanding achieve-
ment in the Basic Military Train-
ing Course. He was recognized for
his standing as Honor Graduate of
Flight 0923 which was designated
as Honor Flight of the four flights
comprising the training session for
200 men.
Airman O'Donnell has been se-
lected to receive further technical
training at Canute AFB, Chanute,
Ill. The son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
O'Donnell, of La Boca, he was
born in Ancon, Canal Zone, and
attended Balboa High School and
Canal Zone College before en-
listing in the U.S. Air Force.

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Joseph M. O'Donnell


Proposed Hunting


at Theatre Guild Regulation Changes.
Available for Review


psychopathic Harry Roat, por-
trayed by SCN's Mike Meadows.
Roat's partners, Mike Talman and
Carlino, are played by Rudy Cres-
po and Greg Anderson, respec-
tively. The unwitting victim is a
very independent blind woman,
Suzy Hendrix. This challenging
role is admirably handled by
Linda Luce. Suzy's husband, Sam,
is played by David Blalock and
their precocious young neighbor,
Gloria, will be portrayed by Crista
Barnett. Also seen in the cast as
policemen are Art Pollack and Joe
Oberholtzer.
The cast is outstanding and the
action of the show has everyone
in the audience hanging by their
fingernails at the spine-tingling
conclusion.
Reservations can be made by
calling the Guild at 52-6786 after
7 p.m. or during the day at 52-
2735.

Chess Club To Meet
The USO-Jewish Community
and Armed Forces Center, Inc.,
will hold a meeting of its Chess
Club at 7:30 p.m., November 3.
All interested class players of
all grades are invited to the meet-
ing. The meeting will be held in
the USO-J Building at 792-X La
Boca Road, Balboa.
The Canal Zone USO-Jewish
Community and Armed Forces
Center, Inc., is a community cen-
ter offering facilities for military
and civilian personnel of all faiths.

Balboa Dive Club Meeting
The Balboa Dive Club will
meet at the Albrook Officers' Club
Falcon Room on November 5. All
persons interested in skin and
SCUBA diving are invited.


The Canal Zone Government has
prepared a proposed revision of
Canal Zone hunting and wildlife
protection regulations found in
CZAR, Part 169. The proposed
rules changes and additions deal
mainly with: (a) extending the
existing regulations to include
game animals not previously
named; (b) affording specific pro-
tection to non-game wildlife;
(c) limiting wildlife kept as pets;
and (d) providing for annually an-
nounced open seasons and bag
limits upon timely review of wild-
life, habitat and hunting pressure
conditions.
Local gun and hunt clubs, SPCA,
Audubon Society and other orga-
nizations have been sent copies of
the proposed revision for their
comments and suggestions. Anyone
interested in seeing this draft and
providing comments should con-
tact Dr. Horace Loftin, Environ-
mental Coordinator, 52-7961. Com-
ments should be received by De-
cember 15.

Eastern Star Plans

Card Party, Bazaar

Fern Leaf Chapter No. 4, Order
of the Eastern Star, will hold its
annual card party and bazaar at
7 p.m., October 31, at the Ancon
Masonic Temple.
There will be many handmade
articles, plants and handicrafts, as
well as refreshments, table prizes
and a door prize of a blocked quilt
made by members of the Eastern
Star Sewing Circle.
Tickets will be available at the
door, or by contacting Mrs. Fay
McKean, chairman, at 52-2385.


Panama Canal Spillway
HAIOLD R. PARFITT RICHARD L. HUNT FRANK A. BALDWIN
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
TILE PANAMA CANAL SPILI.WAY is an official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. All articles are available to news media and
may be reprinted without further clearance. SPILLwAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later than 4 p.m., Monday,
the week of publication. Only urgent material can be accepted as late as
noon Tuesday. Distributed free to all Panama Canal employees. Sub-
scriptions cost 84 for students and $6 for others. Airmail subscriptions
cost S19 a year. Make checks payable to Panama Canal Company and
address to: Chief, Administrative Services Division, P.O. Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.


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October 24, 1975


Page 3


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Scholarships,

Prizes Offered

VOD Winners
Scholarships, medals, plaques
and savings bonds are waiting for
winners of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars' annual Voice of Democracy
Scholarship Program.
Balboa and Cristobal high school
students may compete in the pro-
gram by writing and then taping a
3- to 5-minute broadcast script ex-
pressing their views on "What
Our Bicentennial Heritage Means
to Me."
Entries will be judged by the
schools to select a first, second and
third place winner from Cristobal
High School and Balboa High
School.
Each first place winner will re-
ceive a gold medal, a Statue of
Liberty plaque and a $100 savings
bond. Second place winners will
receive a silver medal and $50
bond. And third place winners will
receive a bronze medal and $25
bond.
The transcripts and tapes of the
two first-place winners will be sub-
mitted to the VFW Scholarship
Committee by December 2 to be
forwarded to National Headquar-
ters in Washington, D.C., where
they will be judged along with
winners from the 50 States.
Five national winners will be
chosen to receive a total of
$22,500 in scholarships and a
5-day trip to Washington, D.C.
Brochures containing informa-
tion and rules are available in the
principals' office at both Balboa
and Cristobal high schools.

Mother's Day Award

Nominations Now

Are Being Accepted
Club Circulo Siete, of Rainbow
City, is now accepting nominations
for its annual Mother's Day
award.
Each year the club presents the
Roy Watson Trophy and other gifts
to the "Mother of the Year" se-
lected by a panel of judges.
Nominations are accepted from
churches, other clubs and civic
organizations, as well as from in-
dividuals in the community, with
no discrimination.
Persons wishing to suggest a
mother for the distinction may
contact any member of Club
Circulo Siete to obtain the neces-
sary forms. The trophy is being
donated by Roy Albert Watson,
former president of the Rainbow
City Civic Council, civic worker.
It will be presented during a
Mother's Day concert to be held
at the Rainbow City Gymnasium
at 4 p.m., December 7. There will
be no admission charge and the
public is invited.


Representing the 13 colonies and lighting America's of the original 13 states. The ceremony was a high-
200th birthday cake are students of Fort Clayton light of "Think Red, White and Blue Day" that
Elementary School who were selected for the honor marked the beginning of the school's bicentennial
because either they or they parents were born in one celebration.



Ft. Clayton Students Mark Coco Solo Pool


Beginning of Bicentennial Announces New
Swim Classes


With 200-year-old songs and
dances, facts and fables, the stu-
dents of the Fort Clayton Elemen-
tary School marked the beginning
of their Bicentennial celebration
by turning the clock back to 1776.

Annual Horse Show

To Be Held Saturday
The Annual Isthmian Show of
Champions Horse Show, will be
held at the Fort Clayton Riding
Club, Curundu Stables tomorrow
starting at 9 a.m.
The top riders of the various
Riding clubs will participate in
this annual event.
Proceeds will go to the Trans-
portation Fund of Abou Saad Tem-
ples Crippled Children program
and will be used to send the
crippled children from this area to
the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled
Children in the United States.
Tickets will be available to-
morrow at the Curundu Stables for
a small donation.

Book Review Group to Meet
The Morning Book Review
Group of the Isthmian College
Club will meet at the home of
Mrs. John Baker, 443-A, Frangi-
pani Street, Ancon, at 9:30 a.m.,
October 28. Carol Ann Underwood
will review Stewart Alsop's book,
The Right To Die. All interested
members and guests are invited.


The town crier rang his bell to
call everyone to attention and
opened the ceremonies by pro-
claiming the theme of the day to
be "Think Red, White and Blue."
The patriotic color scheme was
everywhere-in the decorated gym,
in the clothes of the students,
teachers and parents and even the
frosting on the cakes.
While 13 students, selected be-
cause they or one of their parents
were born in one of the 13 original
states, lighted 200 candles on a
large cake, everyone sang "Happy
Birthday America" and "The Star
Spangled Banner."
Each of the classes sang a pa-
triotic song and there was a com-
munity songfest and folk dancing
leading up to the grand finale
when the entire student body
marched out of the gymnasium
singing "This Land Is Your Land."
"Think Red, White and Blue"
will continue for the rest of the
school year with a different stu-
dent playing the part of the town
crier each day and making the
rounds of the classrooms to relate
the tale of the men and events of
1776.


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for appointment without regard to race,
religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliation, or any other non-merit factor.


PERMANENT POSITIONS
Clerk NM-4 ----
Clerk-Stenographer NM-41 (Bilingual)..-
Clerk-Typist NM-31


Bureau Lo-
or ca-
Base Rate Division tion
$7,800.00 Adm. Serv. P
_$7,800.00 Terminals A
$5,116.80 Marine Bunk. A


TEMPORARY POSITION
Core Drill Operator (Subaqueous) MG-8 (NTE July 1976)
(Swimming ability required) ------------- $2.90 Dredging P 1
Application must be submitted on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER no later than
seven (7) calendar days from the date of this publication. A separate application must be
submitted for each job listed. The base rates shown will be increased for U.S. citizens by the
appropriate differential plus a tax factor where applicable. 1 Indicates written test requirement.
' Signifies a security position to be filled only by a U.S. citizen. Qualifications standards may
be reviewed at the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366, Ancon, or Building 1105,
Cristobal. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Branch,
telephone 52-7996, 52-7501, or 43-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.
O Subject to reclassification as Worker Trainee MG-1/NM-I. Employees presently in the
Worker Trainee Program may apply for reassignment within the program.


John G. Fettler, a Canal Zone
policeman residing in Coco Solo,
holds the two trophies he won in
the 23d Panama International Fish-
ing Tournament for landing a 101-
pound tarpon trolling with a 30-
pound test line. The trophy at
left was the prize for his specific
category, while the larger trophy
was presented by Air Panama In-
ternational for the largest fish
landed other than marlin sailfish.


Registration for the second ses-
sion of swimming classes in the
school year for the Coco Solo Ele-
mentary School will be taken from
November 2 through November 9.
Classes will run from November 10
to December 19. Children who
have previously filled out a pool
registration form may register by
telephone. All others wishing to
participate in classes should regis-
ter at the pool office.
Children in all beginning classes
will meet in front of the pool office
but leave the stairs free for easy
pool access to other patrons.
Children in all other classes
must have their swimming pool
ID cards for admittance to the
pool.
For further information, call
the Coco Solo Pool, at 36-780.
Schedule of Swimming Classes
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday:
9:15-9:45 a.m.-Kindergarten*
beginner
10-10:30 a.m.-Adult, beginner
10:30-11 a.m.-Adult, inter-
mediate and swimmer
1-1:30 p.m.-Preschool
(4 years)* beginner
1:45-2:15 p.m.-Kindergarten*
beginner
3:30-4:30 p.m.-Competitive,
all grades
Monday through Thursday:
2:40-3:10 p.m.-Junior-Senior
High School, all levels
2:40-3:10 p.m.-Grade 1-6,
intermediate
3:30-4 p.m.-Grade 1-6,
swimmers
* Preschool and kindergarten classes
will be limited to a first-come first-served
basis.

Art Course Offered
The USO-J is offering an adult
art course under the direction of
Rabbi Jean Jacques Reiss. This
course will teach technique, oil
painting and perspective.
The adult art course will meet
once a week, every Wednesday
from 2:20 to 5:30 p.m. starting
November 5 and will last 2 months.
For further information call the
USO-J at 52-5972, or go to 729-X
La Boca, Road.
The Canal Zone USO-Jewish
Community and Armed Forces
Center, Inc., is a community cen-
ter .11. i i..-_ facilities for military
and civilian personnel of all faiths.


U.S. Families

Asked To Join

RUSH Program
U.S. families residing in the
Canal Zone are being asked to
participate in the RUSH (Reveal-
ing United States Hospitality) Pro-
gram and to share their Thanks-
giving festivities with students at
the Inter-American Air Forces
Academy (IAAFA).
Academy officials hope that each
of the 176 students from 12 Latin
American countries who are cur-
rently enrolled will receive invita-
tions to Thanksgiving dinner with
American families here. Countries
represented include: Argentina,
Bolivia, Colombia, Dominican Re-
public, Ecuador, El Salvador, Gua-
temala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Pa-
raguay, Peru and Uruguay. The
average age of the students is 20
years.
Lt. Mary J. Mayer, project ofi-
cer for the 1975 RUSH Program,
emphasizes that persons need not
be fluent in Spanish to participate
in the program as language is no
barrier in expressing hospitality
and friendship.
The RUSH Program has a two-
fold purpose-helping the Academy
students to become familiar with
United States traditions and fam-
ilies, and to acquaint the U.S. cit-
izens in the Canal Zone with Latin
American people.
Families living in the Canal
Zone military and civilian' com-
munities are invited to take part
in the Thanksgiving RUSH Pro-
gram again this year. Persons in-
terested in having students as
guests in their home are asked to
call Lieutenant Mayer, 86-6101 or
4272, for further information.

UNICEF Coin Boxes

Are Distributed
UNICEF coin boxes were dis-
tributed to the students in all of
the schools in the Canal Zone
today.
The Canal Zone UNICEF com-
mittee suggests that the coin boxes
be used as personal "piggy banks"
in which the students and their
families can make personal con-
tributions. These donations will be
used to support the health and
education activities of the United
Nations Children's Fund. Children
will be discouraged from canvasing
friends and neighbors in door-to-
door solicitations.
Teachers will advise their stu-
dents that the boxes are to be
returned on Halloween Day, Oc-
tober 31. There will be no com-
petition among children as to the
amount of money collected.

Benefit Performance

To Help College Club

Scholarship Program
The Isthmian College Club will
sponsor a special benefit perform-
ance of the current Theatre Guild
production, Wait Until Dark on
October 28.
Proceeds from the benefit will
be utilized for the scholarships
being awarded at the end of the
present school year.
Tickets are $5 each and may be
obtained by calling 25-8089 or
52-5029 during evening hours.
There will be no reserved seats.
Since 1927, the Isthmian Col-
lege Club has awarded scholar-
ships to deserving young women
planning to continue their educa-
tions at accredited institutions.
I.ast year's recipients were Miss
Dorothy Coleman, now studying
at the University of Texas, and
Miss Kathleen IHoneycutt, presently
attending Austin Peay University.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


October 24, 1975


Tuition Refund Program


Procedure Is Outlined


Because of the continuing inter-
est by many employees in the
Company-Government Tuition Re-
fund Program, the following infor-
mation about the program should
be helpful.
The Tuition Refund Program is
operated to encourage Panama
Canal Company-Canal Zone Gov-
ernment employees in self-improve-
ment through off-duty attendance
at courses offered by the Canal

Thanksgiving Classic

Swim Trials Planned
The Thanksgiving Classic Trials
swim meet, will be held at the
Balboa Swimming Pool at 9 a.m.,
November 8 and the finals will be
hold at Gamboa Pool at 9 a.m.,
November 22. The meet is open
to all students attending school in
the Canal Zone.
Contestants may enter three
events in their age group; age as
of November 22, will determine
eligibility for each age group. Cut
times have been established for
each event. A swimmer must equal
or better these times to be con-
sidered for the trials or classic.
Application may be picked up at
any Panama Canal or military pool
on the Pacific side and must be
returned to Balboa or Curundu
Pool by 5 p.m., November 6.
For more information, call G. R.
Barnes at 83-3601.


Zone College, other organizations
with approved educational func-
tions, or by correspondence cour-
ses. The objective of the program
is to improve the employee's per-
formance of his present duties, or
to fill future skills or knowledge
needs when the employee is in
training on a formal career ladder
for a position to which he may be
promoted within a reasonable
period of time.
The program operates as fol-
lows: An employee finds a course
that he believes will meet the ob-
jectives of the program, and gets
his supervisor's concurrence that
the course is appropriate for re-
fund sponsorship . . . or a super-
visor suggests a course and the
employee agrees. Form 984,
"Agreement for Tuition Refund"
is prepared by the employee and
forwarded in turn to the division
chief, the bureau director, and
the Personnel Director for ap-
proval. The employee then regis-
ters for the course, pays the tui-
tion, and completes the course.
If his grade is a C or better he
requests reimbursement of tuition
by resubmitting the Form 984
together with proof of tuition pay-
ment and grade received. It is im-
portant to note that all approvals
must be obtained before the first
instructional session. The Form
984 therefore should be prepared
sufficiently in advance to insure
timely approval.


Zone Residents New Courses Announced


Are Honored by By CZC for Next Term
^ l- I r%-


Scottish Kite


Fourteen members of the Pan-
ama Canal Scottish Rite Bodies
have been elected for special
honors by the Supreme Coun-
cil, Southern Jurisdiction, United
States of America, at its biennial
session in Washington, D.C.
These honors have been be-
stowed in recognition of faithful
and outstanding service 'o the
Scottish Rite and Masonry in the
Canal Zone.
The following holders of the
rank and decoration of a Knight
Commander of the Court of Hon-
our have been elected to receive
the Thirty-Third Degree: Richard
W. Beall of Fort Clayton, Robert
L. McAuslin of Gatun, Harry Van
Loon of Diablo Heights, and
Gerald B. Williams of Balboa.
The following Thirty-Second
Degree Masons have been elected
to receive the rank and decora-
tion of a Knight Commander of
the Court of Honour: Franklin A.
Balmas of Los Rios, W. Eugene
Bondurant of Balboa, Norris F.
Fussell of Albrook AFS, Vincent
A. Galdon of Diablo Heights, Guy
U. Hall of Curundu, Albert F.
Hanson of Balboa, Clarence C.
McNeese of Panama City, Robert
O. Morgan of Gamboa, David E.
Stocker of Los Rios, and Ernest
C. Van Horn of La Boca.


Biographic Outlines



OF Council Candidates


Following are the first in a
series of brief biographical sketches
of candidates running for U.S.
Civic Councils in the elections
being held November 4 on both
sides of the Isthmus.
COCO SOLO
Grace E. Gillespie, a housewife,
lives at 228-A Coco Solo, with her
husband William. She is the
mother of three children, William,
18, Russell, 17, and Elizabeth, 12.
Mrs. Gillespie is a native of
New York City where she attended
Hunter College for 1 year. Her
hobbies include art, music, read-
ing and community projects. She
also enjoys boating with her
family.
Annette T. Nemecek is a house-
wife who resides at 246-A Coco
Solo, with her husband, Eugene,
and her children, Jeffrey, 6, and
Mark, 3. Mrs. Nemecek was born
in North Carolina and is a regis-
tered nurse.
Her hobbies include sewing and
interior decorating. She is a mem-
ber of the Cristobal Woman's Club
and the Caribbean College Club
Book Review group.
Marilee Victoria Flynn, a home-
maker, resides at 241-D Coco Solo,
with her husband, Charles, who
is employed in the Health Bureau,
and her children, Terry, 8, David,
6, and Sean, 14 months.
A native of St. Paul, Minn., Mrs.
Flynn enjoys singing, reading, sew-
ing and crocheting. She is very
active in community affairs and
sings bass in the Crossroads Chap-
ter of the Sweet Adelines; is a
member of Beta Sigmna Phi, serves
as assistant den mother of Cub
Den No. 1 in Coco Solo, and is
secretary of the Coco Solo-France
Field Civic Council.
Mary Ellen Knoop, also a house-
wife, makes her home at 224-D
Coco Solo. Her husband, Roy, is
employed by the Schools Division.


They have two daughters, Melissa,
12, and Melina, 8.
Born in Fitchburg, Mass., Mrs.
Knoop holds a bachelor of science
degree from the University of
Massachusetts. She enjoys swim-
ming and reading.
She has served as Coco Solo
Civic Council alternate delegate
1974-75 and is assistant Brownie
Girl Scout leader.
GATUN
Mason L. Flint, a Canal pilot,
lives at 251-A Gatun. He and his
wife, Karin, have two children,
Marin, 8, and Derik, 5.
Captain Flint was born in Cam-
bridge, Mass., and is a graduate
of the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy at Kings Point, N.Y. His
hobbies include camping in his
motorhome, photography and study
of Government. He also is a mem-
ber of the Beaver Lodge A.F.&
A.M., Belmont, Mass., and is a
lieutenant commander in the U.S.
Naval Reserve.
Jewel E. Gott, a native of De-
Ridder, La., came to the Canal
Zone in 1969 from Kodiak, Alaska.
She and her husband, Norman,
who works as a control house
operator at Gatun Locks, have two
sons, Donald, of Kodiak, and Roy
who lives in Houston, Tex. Both
are graduates of Cristobal High
School.
Mrs. Gott's hobbies include ce-
ramics, fishing, swimming and
boating. She is a member of the
Gatun Union Church and enjoys
working with a young children
and teaching them religion.
Myrtle R. Seigler teachers kin-
dergarten at the Fort Gulick
School. She lives in quarters 130-B
Gatun, with her husband, Paul.
They have two children, Michele
Ann, 21, and Denice, 17.
Born in Hampton, Iowa, Mrs.
Seigler received a bachelor of
arts degree from Cornell College,


Mount Vernon, Iowa. Before com-
ing to the Canal Zone in 1967,
she taught in Iowa, Michigan and
for the Department of Defense in
Vienna, Austria, and Frankfort,
Germany.
Her hobbies are sewing, em-
broidery, macrame and reading.
GAMBOA
Joseph F. Bradberry, Grounds
.Supervisor, Southern District
Grounds Branch, lives at quarters
129 in Gamboa with his wife,
Elda, and their two children, Jeff,
5, and Beth, 3.
Bradberry was born in Andalu-
sia, Ala., and holds a bachelor of
science in horticulture from Loui-
siana State University. He came to
work for the Canal in 1972.
His after hours activities in-
clude fishing, golf and woodwork-
ing. He is a member of the Amer-
ican Society of Horticultural Sci-
ence, the Golf Course Superinten-
dents Association of America and
Alpha Zeta, honorary agricultural
fraternity, and serves as district
commissioner of Boy Scouts of
America.
Lynn L. Furman, a manage-
ment analyst for the Executive
Planning Staff, lives at 125-A Gam-
boa with his wife, Beverly, and
their 8-month-old son, Aaren.
Furman was born in Pontiac,
Mich., and holds a bachelor of sci-
ence degree with a major in busi-
ness administration and econom-
ics from Oakland University and
a master's degree in business ad-
ministration from Boston Univer-
sity. Before coming to work for
the Canal organization in 1973, he
served as a systems analyst with
the Tropic Test Center.
His outside activities include
tennis, golf, volleyball and com-
puter sciences. He is a member
of the Elks Club and the National
Honor Society for Business School
Graduates.


The Canal Zone College has
announced that several courses, in
addition to those which began
during the regular fall term in
August, will be offered on both
sides of the Isthmus beginning in
November.
All courses are scheduled to run
for 9- or 12-week periods, rather
than the regular 18-week semester,
to accommodate those persons not
able to register earlier.
On the Pacific side, three cour-
ses will begin on November 4, and
will run for a 9-week session. The
courses are: College Reading (PSY
140C): and Introduction to So-
ciology (SIC 16), College Read-
ing, formerly called Develop-
mental Spead Reading, is designed
to improve accuracy and speed
of reading, and retention of what
is read. College reading is espe-
cially recommended for all per-
sons with a heavy reading load

Benefit Fashion Show

Will Be Held Nov. 6
"Year of the Woman" benefit
fashion show luncheon will be
held at Fort Amador Officers Club,
at noon, November 6, by the Canal
Zone Medical Wives Society.
Tickets, $4.50 each, can be pur-
chased now from members or by
calling 52-2928 or 52-2466. No
tickets will be sold after Tuesday,
noon, November 4.


Bruce Alien Thale serves as a
chemistry teacher and student as-
sociation advisor at Balboa High
School. He lives at 105-A Jadwin
Street, Gamboa, with his wife,
Colleen, and their children, Bryan,
9, and Brent, 6.
A native of Quincy, Ill., Thale
has a bachelor of science educa-
tion degree from Western Illinois
University and a Master of science
education degree from Northern
Illinois University. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Delta Kappa, was pres-
ident of the National Science
Teachers Association, and is a
member of the Illinois Academy
of Science, American Federation
of Teachers and the Isthmian Sci-
entific Society. During off hours
he enjoys photography and garden-
ing.
Thale came to the Canal Zone
in 1971. Previously he taught
physics and chemistry in Shab-
bona, Ill., where he directed a
2-year Federal reading program
for elementary children and taught
a workshop for elementary teach-
ers. Later he taught physical sci-
ence and chemistry at the National
College of Education in Evanston,
Ill., where he wrote an article on
chemistry of the atom for Young
Peoples Science Encyclopedia.
Harold B. Green, Jr., a general
engineer in the Engineering Divi-
sion, lives at 115-B Gamboa, with
his wife, Marie, and four children
Curtis, 16; Andrea, 13; Amy, 10;
and Lee, 8.
He was born in Philadelphia,
Pa., and holds a bachelor of sci-
ence degree in civil engineering.
He was employed by the Army
Corps of Engineers for 20 years
working out of the Corps' Phila-
delphia, Jacksonville and Mobile
Districts and he joined the Canal
organization in October 1974.
His hobbies arc bottle hunting,
coin collecting and softball.


who wish to get the most from
their reading in the least time.
College Reading will be taught by
Mrs. Catherine Galuska on Tues-
day and Thursday evenings from
6 to 9 p.m. on the main campus.
Introduction to Psychology (PSY
150E) will be taught by Howard
Clark on Tuesday and Thursday
evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
at the Fort Clayton Education.
Introduction to Sociology (SOC
160C) will be taught by Philip
Olsen on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Fort
Kobbe education classroom. Civ-
ilian, as well as military personnel
are welcome to apply for registra-
tion. Registration for the above
classes is now open and will con-
tinue at the main office of the
Canal Zone College in La Boca,
until the first meeting of class.
On the Atlantic side, 2 courses
also will be initiated in Novem-
ber. The courses are: Introduction
to Psychology (PSY 150F); and
Abnormal Psychology (PSY 200B).
Introduction to Psychology will be
taught by Dr. Patricia Nida on
Thursday evenings from 5-9 p.m.
at the Fort Davis Education Cen-
ter for a 12-week session beginning
on November 6, 1975. Abnormal
Psychology will be taught by-Ed
Jones on Friday afternoons from
1 to 5 p.m. at the Fort Davis Edu-
cation Center beginning on No-
vember 7. Registration for the
above classes is now open and will
continue at Cristobal High School
until the first meeting of class. For
further information, Roy Knoop,
CZC Coordinator, at 43-6241,
should be contacted.


Swim Classes

Are Scheduled

The Division of Schools swim-
ming program at Margarita Swim-
ming Pool will begin November 4
and continue through Decem-
ber 19, excluding holidays. Regis-
tration for classes are now through
November 3.
Children who have a registra-
tion form on file at the pool may
register again by telephone. New
registrations must be filled out by
parents at the pool office.
Schedule of Swimming Classes
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-
day:
9:50-10:20 a.m.-Kindergarten
beginners
12:50-1:20 p.m.-Preschool
beginners (4 years old)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday:
4:00-4:40 p.m.-Competitive
swimming
Monday and Thursday:
2:10-2:55 p.m.-Advance be-
ginners all grades (must
have B badge)
3:10-3:55 p.m.-Intermediate
and swimmers, all grades
Monday through Friday:
9-9:45 a.m.-Adult swimming
all levels
Tuesday and Wednesdays:
2:10-2:55 p.m.- Beginners
grades 1 and 2
3:05-3:50 p.m.-Beginners
grades 3 to 6
Friday:
2:00-4:00 p.m.-Competitive
swimming
Saturday:
9:15-11:15 p.m.-Junior and
senior lifesaving (must
attend all classes)
Junior and senior lifesaving
classes begins November 8, and
will be held every Saturday
through December 20.


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Spillway del Canal de Panama

Vol. XIV, No. 17 Viernes 24 de Octubre de 1975


GRANDES DONANTES DE LA CFC
Por haber contribuido con por lo menos $100 con la Campaiia Federal
Combinada, 78 empleados de la Direcci6n de Salubridad ingresaron al
Club del Siglo de la Direcci6n. El Gobernador Harold R. Parfitt y el
Vicegobernador Richard L. Hunt se unieron a los integrantes del club
durante un caf6 de celebraci6n del 6xito registrado en esta campafia.


Supera Meta

De la CFC

El Canal
Con dos nuevas agencies de la
Compafiia del Canal de Panama y
el Gobiero de la Zona del Canal
excediendo sus metas la semana
pasada, la empresa del Canal de
Panama ha superado la cuota de
$245,380 que se le asigno este
afio, al alcanzar un 106.6 por cien-
to de su meta.
Aunque tres direcciones de la
Compafiia del Canal de PanamA y
el Gobierno de la Zona del Canal
no han llegado a6n a sus metas,
todas han sobrepasado la marca
del 95 por ciento, y aun siguen
aumentando las contribuciones. Es-
tas direcciones sobre la Oficina del
Vicepresidente encargado de Fi-
nanzas, Salubridad y Transporte
y Terminales.
De acuerdo con voceros de la
campafia, el total de contribucio-
nes totalizaban al cierre de plans
$292,601, o sea el 76.1 por ciento
de la meta de $384,600.
Informes sobre contribuciones a
la CFC procedentes de otras agen-
cias fuera de la empresa del Canal
de Panama indican que el Coman-
do Sur registraba el 94.5 por cien-
to de su meta. Las otras cinco
agendas han logrado los siguientes
porcentajes con respect a su cuo-
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)


La Universidad de la Zona del
Canal ha anunciado que ofrecncr
a partir de noviembre, en ambos
sectors del Istmo, various cursos,
ademas de los que comenzaron a
ofrecerse durante la temporada pa-
sada que termin6 en agosto.
Todos los cursos han sido pro-
gramados para dictarse durante el
pcriodo de 9 6 12 semanas, en
lugar del period regular por se-
mestre de 18 semanas, a fin de
ofrecer facilidades para tomarlos
a quienes no pudieron matricularse
en cursos anteriores.
En el sector Pacifico se dictaran
tres cursos a partir del 4 de no-
viembre, con duraci6n de 9 sema-
rnas.
Los cursos que so dictaran son
los siguientes:
Lectura (nivel universitario) PSY


140C e Introducci6n a la Sociolo-
gia, SIC 16. La lectura a nivel
universitario se conocia antes como
Desarrollo de Rapidez en la Lec-
tura, y estaba diseiado el curso a
fin de mejorar la eficiencia y velo-
cidad en la lectura, asi como las
facultades de similar lo que se
lee, en el menor tiempo possible.
El curso de lectura sera dictado
por la Profesora Catherine Galus-
ka los dias martes y jueves de 6
a 9 de la noche en el campus.
El curso de Introducci6n a la
Psicologia PSY 150E sera ofrecido
por Howard Clark los martes y
jueves en la noche, de 6:30 a 9:30,
en Fuerte Clayton. La cAtedra de
Introducci6n a la Sociologia SOC
160C sera dictado por el Profesor
Philip Olsen los martes y jueves
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Aparecen sentados posando con el grupo la Sra. Georgina C. de Young,
Jefa de la Oficina de Servicio Social; el Dr. James W. Ransone, Director
del Hospital Gorgas; el Gobernador Parfitt; el Vicegobernador Hunt, y
Kathleen I. Nelson, Directora de Enfermeria del Centro de Salud Mental
de la Zona del Canal.


El Lunes 27


Pausa Para OFrecer


Tributo a Veteranos


Los residents del Istmo haran
una pausa el lunes por la mafiana
para rendir sus respetos a los hom-
bres y mujeres, vivos y muertos,
que han servido a las Fuerzas Ar-
madas de los Estados Unidos.
Las celebraciones del sector Pa-
cifico comenzaran a las 9 a.m.
cuando un trompetero d6 el toque
de atenci6n, para comenzar el tra-
dicional desfile del Dia de los
Veteranos.
Al sonido arm6nico de las trom-
petas, el redoblar de tambores y
el ruido al marcar el paso, los
participants en el desfile saldran
del Area de reunion en la Impren-
ta, La Boca.
Virginia N. Keller, la primera
mariscal de la Zona del Canal, es-
tara encabezando las unidades que
marcharan a lo largo de la Carre-
tera La Boca, giraran despues a la
izquierda hacia la Carretera Bal-
boa, pasaran revista frente a la
tarima frente al Circulo Stevens,
y continuaran hasta la intersecci6n
de las Carreteras Balboa y Aveni-
da Roosevelt.
ParticiparAn en el desfile las
Fuerzas Armadas, la Guardia de
Banderas de los Veteranos, los
Veteranos de Guerras Extranjeras,


y sus damas auxiliares, agrupacio-
nes escultistas, las unidades ROTC
de Balboa y Crist6bal, la delega-
ci6n de los Elks 1414, la delega-
ci6n del Club de Leones de Bal-
boa y las unidades a pie, motori-
zadas y payasos del Templo Abou
Saad.
Las bandas de las Fuerzas Ar-
madas, la Banda de Cornetas y
Tambores del Cuerpo de Bombe-
ros de Panama, la Banda de los
Scouts Internacionales y el alegre
Lucho AzcArraga, ofreciendo el
toque de misica tipica panamefia.
Tambi6n desfilarAn reinas con
sus carros aleg6ricos y grupos
ecuestres de los clubes de cqui-
taci6n locales.
El president del desfilc es
Felipi Cazob6n.
Los capitulos de los Veteranos
de Guerras Extranjeras del sector
Atlantico celebrarAn el dia con un
program tambien.


Habra' Colecta

De Dinero Para

Ayuda a la Ninfez
En el dia de hoy fueron distri-
buidas alcancias del Fondo de las
Naciones Unidas para la Infancia
(UNICEF) a los estudiantes de to-
das las escuelas de la Zona del
Canal.
El ComitA de la UNICEF en la
Zona del Canal ha sugerido que
las alcancias sean utilizadas como
alcancias de ahorro personal en las
cuales los estudiantes y sus fami-
liares puedan hacer contribuciones
personales.
Las donaciones que se hagan se-
ran empleadas para sostener las
actividades en material de salud y
educaci6n que promueve el Fondo
de las Naciones Unidas para la
Infancia.
Se recomienda a los nifios que
no inviten amigos o vecinos para
ir de puerta en puerta solicitando
contribuciones.
Los maestros advertirin a sus
alumnos que las alcancias debe-
ran ser devueltas el dia 31 de oc-
tubre, Dia de las Brujas. No habri
competencia entire los nifios sobre
cantidad de dinero recogido.


Estaran Libres

El 28 Empleados

No Esenciales
En cumplimiento de la political
vigente de reducir los gastos pre-
supuestarios de la empresa del
Canal hasta donde sea possible, to-
dos los empleados cuyos servicios
no sean estrictamente necesarios
el viemes 28 de noviembre seran
colocados en lista de libres esa
fecha.
La media permitira a muchos
empleados tener un largo fin de
semana de 4 dias, en virtud de
que el jueves 27 de noviembre se
celebra el Dia de Acci6n de Gra-
cias.
El dia 28 sera cargado a las va-
caciones de los empleados que
estn libres para esa fecha.
El 28 de noviembre es dia libre
para los empleados del Gobierno
de Panama, por celebrarse en esa
fecha la Independencia de Panama
de Espafia.


~`~eL


En Torno al Programa de


Reembolso de Matricula


En virtud del especial interns
manifestado por muchos emplea-
dos de la Compafiia del Canal de
Panama y el Gobierno de la Zona
del Canal, en el Programa de Re-
embolso de Ayuda para Matricu-
las, ofrecemos a continuaci6n la
siguiente informaci6n que les sera
de utilidad:
El Program de Reembolso de
Ayuda para Matriculas ha sido es-
tablecido para alentar a los em-
pleados de la Compania del Canal
de PanamA y el Gobierno de la
Zona del Canal a su mejoramiento,
mediante la participaci6n en cur-
sos ofrecidos por la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal, en otras
agencies educativas autorizadas y
en cursos por correspondencia, du-
rante horas no laborables.
El prop6sito del program es
capacitar al empleado para un me-
jor desempefio de sus funciones, y
de responder a las necesidades de
mejorar sus conocimientos q(ie le
imponen su vocaci6n o intcrfs de
adiestrarse en una carrera en la
perspective de scr ascendido a una
nmjor posici6n dentro de in plazo
razonable.
El program opera en la si-
guiente forma: Un empleado de-
tecta n curso que consider res-


ponde a los objetivos del progra-
ma y logra convencer al supervisor
de que el curso entra dentro del
patrocinaje del program . . . o
bien, un supervisor sugiere un cur-
so al que el empleado accede.
El fonnulario (Form) 984 sobre
"Acuerdo para el Programa de
Reembolso de Ayuda para Ma-
triculas" (Agreement for Tuition
Refund) es preparado para el em-
pleado y remitido a su vez al jefe
de la division, el director de la de-
pendencia y al Director de Perso-
nal para su aprobaci6n. El em-
pleado se matricula entonces, paga
el costo y concluye el curso.
Si su calificaci6n es por lo me-
nos C el empleado solicit el re-
embolso del monto de la matricula
presentando el Formulario 984
junto al comprobante de pago de
la matricula y la nota recibida. Es
de primordial importancia el hecho
de que toda aprobaci6n debe ha-
ber sido obtenida antes de la pri-
mera sesi6n de classes. En conse-
cuencia, el Formulario 984 deberA
ser preparado con suficiente anti-
cipaci6n, a fin de asegurarse de
que sea aprobado con tiempo sufi-
ciente, y en consccutncia pueda
reclamiar en su oportunidad la
suma pagada al matricularse.


Universidad de la Zona


Ha Abierto Matriculas


t
�,


Elecciones en

Santa Cruz el

12 de Noviembre
El Consejo Civico de Santa Cruz
celebrarA el mi6rcoles 12 de no-
viembre sus elecciones para los
cinco nuevos miembros que in-
gresaran a la directive del consejo
por el period de 2 afios, a partir
del mes de enero del pr6ximo afio.
Se han presentado siete candi-
datos a las cinco plazas en elec-
ci6n. Los candidates son: Joseph
B. Stennett, Philip L. King, Al-
bert Turner, Alvin G. Barrett,
Harris A. Hinds, Northon E. Joseph
y Vincent H. King.
Junto a los cinco electos perma-
necerin por 1 afio mis como re-
tenidos los directives Clarence G.
Cordon, Ralph C. Thorne, Inez de
Stennett, Nicholas D. Bishop y
Jorge Castro.
El period de votaci6n estara
abierto de 9 a.m. a 6:30 p.m. Los
votos serin recogidos, de confor-
midad con afios anteriores, de
puerta en puerta.
Los formularios de votaci6n se-
ran los mismos empleados en elec-
ciones anteriores.
Los Consejos Civicos de las dis-
tintas comunidades tienen como
misi6n desarrollar actividades crea-
tivas y de entretenimiento, . asi
como velar por la superaci6n de
sus respectivas comunidades.


Fuera de Servicio

"Las Cruces' en

Noviembre
La lancha Las Cruces, del Canal
de Panama, estara fuera de servi-
cio entire el 19 y el 30 de noviem-
bre, debido a que sera sometida
a reacondicionamiento.
Como resultado de la media
han sido canceladas las giras dc
los satbados que realizan a bordo
de la lancha empleados del Go-
bierno de los Estados Unidos e
invitados, durante Noviembre.
En diciembre seran reanudados
el alquiler de la nave para giras
con prop6sitos sociales y los viajes
sabatinos para empleados e invi-
tados.









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Octubre 24, 1975


Im Gelnte en la Noticia
s~.10219,11111 , Uente en


Desde el 24 hasta el 30 de Octubre de 1975


PARAISO
Domingo-Bull of the West (SIT) (PG)
Martes-The Mechanic y White Lightning
(SIT) (PG)
Miercoles-The Godfather Part II (R)

RAINBOW CITY
Aire Acondicionado
Domingo y lunes-The Wilby Conspiracy
(SIT) (PG)
Martes-Black Windmill (SIT) (PG)
Mi6rcoles-I Escaped From Devil's Island y


Across 110th Street (SIT) (R)
Jueves-The Sugarland Express (PG)
GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general
Se permitiri la entrada de personas de
todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Gufa
de los Padres, pues part de la pelicula no
sera apta para niiios. (R) Restringida. Los
j6venes de menos de 17 afos no serin admi-
tidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompahados de
uno de los padres o por su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitira menores de 17 aios.
(SIT) Pelicula con titulos en espatol.
(BW) Pelicula en blanco y negro.


tZi L 1 3- * En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Especial
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Porky y sus Amigos
4:30-Yo 90 JOG*
5:00-Mi Marciano Favorite
5:30-El Gran Chaparral �
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-Especiales*
8:30-Los Novatos*
9:30-Entre Amigos*
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

SABADO
10:30-De Mujer a Mujer
11-15-La Cocina al Instante*
12:00-El Oso Ruperto
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Polla Hipica Deportiva
6:00-Lucha Contra la
Muerte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Foro Dos*
8:30-Patrulla Juvenil
9:30-Ultima Tanda

DOMINGO
9:30-Santa Misa
10:30-Todo per la Patria
12:00--Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30--Boxe desde el Olympic
1:30-Los Invencibles Neme
2:30-El Detective Fantasma
3:30-Cine de Acci6n
5:30-Speedy GonzAlez*
6:00-Los Superamigos*


7:00-Nakia*
8:00-El Hombre Nuclear*
9:00-Carmilia
10:00-Superestreno
LUNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:OD-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Concierto
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Muier, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Los Supers6nicos*
4:33-El Pdjaro Loco
5:00-Shazzin*
5:30-El Gran Chaparral O
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Pepper Anderson
Sargento*
8:30-Archivo Confidencial
9:30-Los Misterios de
Orson Welles
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
MARTES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Dos Busca Uno
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar0
4:00-Capitin Escarlata*
4:30-Benito y Cecilio*
5:00-Viaje a las Estrellas*
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30--Ironside
8:00-Helic6ptero Uno
8:30-Cine Favorite
10:00-Noticias del Siglo


10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
MIERCOLES
11:30-Programa Cultural
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Biblioteca Musical
2:00-Plaza Sisamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Marino y la Patrulla
OceAnica*
4:30-Alberto y su Pandilla
5:00-La Familia Partridge*
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-Kung FuO
8:30-Las Calles de
San Francisco
9:30-MASH*
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
JUEVES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Hora del Sesteo
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Correcaminos*
4:30-Festival de Bugs Bunny
5:00-Salty*
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Mundo Submarino
de Jacques Cousteau*
8:30-Trilogia Policiaca
10:00--Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Lo Mejor del Boxeo*


C4,L LLX < 1 * En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-Segismundo el
Monstruo Mecanicoo
12:15-Candilejas*
1:00-Informative
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30--Ana del Aire"
3:30-Hombre de Acero
4:00-Hudsinn*
4:30-Principe Planeta*
5:00-Sefiorita Cometa
5:30-Wilsonett
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Pentagrama*
8:00-Ha Llegado una Intrusa*
9:00-La Sefiorita Elena
10:00-Cuestifn de Minutos
10:15-Encuentro*
SABADO
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:00-Ultraman
11:30--Dejemoslos Vivir*
12:00-Una Chica con Algo
Especial*
1:O0-Hogar Dulce Hogar*
l:30-Sibados con Martinez
Blanco*
4:00-Viaje al Fondo
del Mar5
5:00-Bonanza*
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Barnaby Jones0
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welbyo
DOMINGO
9:00-Himno Nacional
9:05-Documental
9:15--Aprenda Ingles
10:00-Programa Canal 6
10:30-Todo per la Patria*
12:00-S5lvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Los Maravillosos
Jueguetes de Fdlix0
1:00-Titanes del Ring


1:30-Domingo Deportivo *
5:30-Programa de Jueguetes
de Bon Bini*
6:00-Almac6n El Mill6n*
6:30-El Show de Abott y
Costello
7:00-Cannon*
8:00-El FBI en Acci6n*
9:00-Hawai 5-0*
10:15-Gran Teatro

LUNES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-Segismundo el
Monstruo Mecanico*
12:15- Variedades del Lunes"
1:00--nformativo
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Homhre de Acero
4:00-Hudsinno
4:30-Principe Planeta*
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Wilsonett
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Chespirito *
8:00-Ha Llegado una
Intrusa�
9:00-La Sefiorita Elena
10:00-Cuestion de Minutes
10:15--Edici6n Especial *

MARTES
10:40-Documental
10:50-Programa Educative
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar�
11:45-Segismundo el
Monstruo Mec6nico*
12:15-El Show de los
Polivoces*
1:00-Informative
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Hombre de Acero
4:00-Hudsinn*
4:30-Principe Planeta0
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Wilsonett


6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Piginas de Oro*
8:00- -Ha Llegado una Intrusa*
9:00-La Seiiorita Elena
(1.00 Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Encuentro*
MIERCOLES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Qu6 Facil es Coser
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-Segismundo el
Monstruo Mecanico0
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:30--Caleidoscopio
1:00-Informative
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30--Ana del Aire*
3:30-Hombre de Acero
4:00-Hudsinn�
4:30-Principe Planeta*
5:00-Seforita Cometa
5:30-Wilsonett
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Historia de Amor
8:00-Ha Llegado una Intrusa*
9:00-La Seiiorita Elena
10:00--Cuestin de Minutos
10:15--Encuentro
JUEVES
10:40-Documental
10:45--Programa Educativo
11:15-El Arts de Cocinar*
11:45-Segismundo el
Monstruo Mechnicoo
12:15-La Criada Bien Criada0
1:00-Informativo
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Hombre de Acero
4:00-Hudsinn0
4:30-Principe Planeta*
5:00-Sefiorita Cometa
5:30-Wilsonett
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Jornada*
8:00-Ha Llegado una Intrusa*
9:00-La Seiiorita Elena
10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Encuentro*


Anesta Eugenia Clarke es secretaria
del Gerente de Vivienda, depen-
dencia de la Direcci6n de Abastos y
Servicios Comunales de la empre-
sa del Canal. Su trabajo consiste
principalmente en tomar dictados
y es la responsible de la corres-
pondencia de la oficina. Nacida en
Anc6n, Zona del Canal, la Srta.
Clarke reside desde hace much
tiempo en la Via Espafia, ciudad de
Panama. Hizo sus studios pri-
marios en la Escuela Josefina Ta-
pia. La secundaria en el Institute
Panamericano de la ciudad de Pa-
nama, en donde se gradu6 como
secretaria con el primer puesto de
honor. Como alumna graduanda,
fue la secretaria del director del
anuario "The Seawall Echo". Du-
rante su niltimo afio en el plantel
el director le solicit6 que dictara
classes durante el verano en leyes
comerciales y economic political a
algunos de sus compafieros, cosa
que ella hizo con el mayor de los
gustos porque le agrada ensefiar.
Su primera experiencia con la em-
presa del Canal de Panama fue en
1966, cuando trabaj6 como ayu-
dante estudiantil con la Divisi6n
de Servicios Administrativos. A po-
co de graduarse trabaj6 con la
Cia. Calox Panamefia por 1 afio.
Despu6s de 2 afios de ausencia
regres6 al Canal como mecan6gra-
fa en la Secci6n de Contabilidad
(Ordenes) en la antigua Contralo-
ra, lo que es ahora la Oficina del
Vicepresidente encargado de Fi-
nanzas. Luego de 1 aiio en ese em-
pleo, renunci6 con la idea de irse
a residir a los Estados Unidos.
Dos dias despu6s de llegar a Fila-
delfia, empez6 a trabajar con la
Junta de Educaci6n como secreta-
ria bilingiie en el Departamento de
Asesoramiento para Madres de Es-
casos Recursos. Sinti6 una gran sa-
tisfacci6n en aquel trabajo, pues
su posici6n le permitia ayudar a
madres de escasos recursos y a


Ol ,
al


sus hijos. Despu6s de esta ausen-
cia regres6 a Panama, y en Sep-
tiembre de 1970 empez6 a tra-
bajar como recepcionista en el
Ramo de la Vivienda. En 1971,
fue electa empleada del afio. La
Srta. Clarke, fue ascendida a se-
cretaria del Gerente de la Vivien-
da en 1972. Le encanta viajar.
Por ahora ha estado en Trinidad
y Tobago, Costa Rica, M6xico y en
Filadelfia, Miami, Nueva York,
Washington, D.C. y San Francis-
co, EE. UU. Espera algrin dia via-
jar al Viejo Continente. Acerca del
matrimonio opina que para hacer


de 61 un 6xito se necesita dos per-
sonas no solamente dispuestas a
compartir las alegrias, sino tam-
bi6n a sobrellevar los moments
dificiles, que siempre los habrA.
Alguin dia tomara esta responsabi-
lidad, afirma. Actualmente estudia
Administraci6n de Negocios en la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal.
Entre los moments inolvidables
de su vida recuerda su graduaci6n
con los mas altos honors y su
viaje, a los 19 afios de edad, a Fi-
ladelfia. Como pasatiempo le gus-
ta nadar, leer y observer peliculas
de comedies y musicals.


PROGRARA


DE EVERnTOS
Octubre 28-Dia de los Veteranos.
Se honra en esta fecha a todos
los veterans de guerra en el
extranjero. Tambi6n se le conoce
como Dia del Armisticio. El Dia
de los Veteranos se celebra en
todas las agencies gubemamen-
tales de los Estados Unidos, ex-
cepci6n de las de Kentucky, el
cuarto iunes de octubre. En
Alaska, Connecticut, Georgia,
Maine, Missouri, Carolina del
Sur, Virginia Occidental y Wis-
consin se celebra el 11 de no-
viembre.
Noviembre 10-Dia del Nifio en la
Repuiblica de Panama, en donde
los Gobiernos Municipales son
desempefiados en esa fecha por
los meiores alumnos de los sex-
tos grades de las escuelas pri-
marias. Los niihos suelen aprove-
char para aprobar proyectos de
interns de sus respectivas comu-
nidades, y muchos de estos pro-
yectos son transformados des-
pu6s en acuerdos municipales.
Noviembre 2-Dia de los Difuntos
en la Rep6blica de Panama. Las
distintas families suelen rendir
tribute p6stumo este dia a sus
series queridos muertos, y el Go-
biemo panameiio honra en la
fecha a los Pr6ceres de la Inde-
pendencia.


El mundialmente famoso come-
diante Danny Kaye estarA el pr6xi-
mo Dia de Brujas dirigiendo uina
cruzada con prop6sitos muy series:
ayudar a los millones de nifios que
necesifan ayuda desesperadamen-
te en los paises pobres.
Kaye ha sido un asiduo colabo-
rador de las campafias en favor de
los nifios pobres del mundo pro-
movidas por el Fondo de las Na-
ciones Unidas para la Infancia
(UNICEF).
La cruzada de este afio sera la
mayor que haya promovido la
UNICEF, que dedica gran parte
de sus esfuerzos a veneer el ham-
bre y la inanici6n que afecta a

Hubo Homenaje

A Lillian Blades

De Pedro Miguel
Recientemente fue objeto de
un merecido homenaje en el Sa-
16n Imperial del Palacio Lung
Fung, la Sra. Lillian de Blades.
El homenaje fue ofrecido por la
Iglesia Evangelista Unida de Pa-
raiso.
La homenajeada es esposa de
Charles Blades, dcpendiente de la
cstaci6n de servicios de Paraiso,
quien es dilicono de la Iglesia
Evangelista de esa comunidad. Los
esposos Blades resident en Pedro
Miguel.
La iglesia ofreci6 el homenaje a
la Sra. Blades por su fervoroso ser-
vicio a Dios, a la iglesia y a la
comunidad.
El product obtenido de esta
actividad sera utilizado para im-
pulsar la labor de alcance social y
religioso que realize la Iglesia
Evangelista.

NUMEROUS QUE RECORDER
POLICIA _-______.__-- 110
BOMBEROS_______ 119
MEDICO (Pacifico) ___.. 52-2300
MEDICO (Atlintico)__43-1211
CLINIC PARA ENVE-
NENAMIENTOS _ 52-7500


unos 500 millones de nifios en todo
el mundo.
Al comentar el deprimente cua-
dro de desnutrici6n entire la nifiez
del mundo, Kaye dijo recientemen-
te que las condiciones estin ame-
nazando seriamente las vidas de
los nifios. "La UNICEF ha infor-
mado que 500 millones de nifios
en todo el mundo pueden pasar
lentamente de su actual desnutri-
ci6n a una complete inanici6n".
Hizo una pausa y dijo pausada-
mente: "quinientos . . . millones
S. . de niios . . ."
Kaye subray6 que tantos nifios
mueren en silencio porque no tie-
nen fuerza political ni voz para
presentar su problema ante el
mundo. La UNICEF se ha cons-
tituido en su representante.
Los 21 arios de Kaye de estar
trabajando en favor de la nifiez,
le han dado plena autoridad y co-
nocimicntos de la triste realidad
del problema.
La camnpafia del Dia de Brujas
para recaudar fondos para los ni-
nos pobres sera dirigida localmen-
te por el Reverendo Edwin C.
Webster, De'n de la Catedral de
San Lucas.
La nifez necesitada de todo el
mundo espera una efectiva ayuda
de las personas caritativas.


Spillway del Canal de Panama


IIAROLD R. PARFITT
Cobernador
de la Zona del Canal


FRANK A. BALDWIN
Director
de Informacidn


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Pfgina 2


Cruzada de Halloween


En Favor de UNICEF


RICHARD L. HUNT
Vicegobernador









Octubre 24, 1975


Pagina 3


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Club Pacifico

Otorg6 Beca a

Angelica Blades
Angelica Blades una ex alumna
de la Escuela Secundaria de Pa-
raiso, en donde se gradu6 con ho-
nores en 1973, recibi6 reciente-
mente la beca annual que otorga el
Club Pacifico, integrado por pana-
meiios residents en Nueva York,
a un graduado sobresaliente de la
Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso.
La beca, de $500, le fue entre-
gada por Maizie Lennan, secreta-
ria del Comit6 de Becas de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas, en pre-
sencia de Pablo Kirven y John
Beckles, representantes aqui del
Club Pacifico.
La beneficiaria es hija de Charles
H. Blades, dependiente de la Es-
taci6n de Servicio de Gasolina en
Paraiso, y Sra. Lillian de Blades,
residents de Pedro Miguel. Blades
tiene a su haber 36 afios de servi-
cio con la empresa del Canal. Es
diAcono de la Iglesia Evangelista
de Paraiso. Su esposa es una acti-
va religiosa de la comunidad, en
donde la familiar Blades goza de
gran estima.
Angelica actualmente asiste a la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal.
Pero su gran anhelo es asistir a la
Universidad Bautista Wayland, en
Texas.
Durante sus afios como estu-
diante de la Escuela Secundaria
de Paraiso, Angelica fue muy ac-
tiva en distintos organismos estu-
diantiles, a mis de una consagra-
da estudiante. Al graduarse era
president del Consejo Estudiantil
del plantel.
El afio pasado trabaj6 como ofi-
cinista en la Divisi6n de Escuelas,
en el Edificio de Asuntos Civiles.
La beca annual para un gradua-
do meritorio de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Paraiso fue establecida el
afio pasado. La iniciativa surgi6
durante un festival de celebraci6n
de las Bodas de Plata de la gra-
duaci6n de 1949 de la Escuela de
Paraiso, que tuvo lugar en el Sa-
16n Bella Vista del Hotel El Pa-
nami. Varios de los miembros del
Club Pacifico presents en la acti-
vidad se comprometieron a promo-
ver el establecimiento de la beca.
El afio pasado una nota explica-
tiva de la beca fue entregada al
Director de Asuntos Civiles, Frank
A. Castles. La carta, que estaba
firmada por la secretaria del Club
Pacifico de Nueva York, especifica
que la suma debe servir para ayu-
dar a un graduado de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso que por lo
menos tenga un promedio de B,
que sea muy necesitado y que
haya sido aceptado por una uni-
versidad.


Gan6 Torneo

De Tenis

G. Brito
En alarde de cualidades
en el deported del tenis, el
estudiante Guillermo Brito,
de la Escuela Secundaria
de Paraiso, se adjudic6 el
torneo de tennis celebrado
entire las escuelas de Rain-
bow City y Paraiso.
Brito, quien reside en
Pedro Miguel y cursa el
d6cimo grado, venci6 en el
juego decisive a Gil Ruiz,
quien habia legado a la
final tras imponerse en
juego de eliminaci6n. La
victoria de Brito fue en
dos sets 6-3 y 6-3.
La victoria decisive del
joven estudiante de Parai-
so se produjo tras haber
triunfado en juego prelimi-
nar de eliminaci6n. El jue-
go por el primer lugar se
escenific6 en la cancha de
la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso.
Brito es hijo de Francis-
co Brito, antiguo emplea-
do de la Divisi6n de Abas-
tos, en Corozal, y Sra. Es-
ther de Brito.


RECIBE BECA
La Srta. Angelica Blades, graduada con honors de D. Beckles, repress
la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso (segunda a la iz- Nueva York y el
quierda), recibe una beca por $500 de manos de tante en Panama d
Maizie Lennan, secretaria del Comit6 de Becas para el Club Pacifico y
las Escuelas Latinoamericanas, mientras observan John para las Escuelas i


El Club Health Bureau


Tiene Festival Maiiana


Todo se encuentra listo para el
gran Festival de Halloween "Aba-
nico de Colores", que celebrari
mafiana el Club Health Bureau
de empleados de la empresa del
Canal, en el Jardin Soberano de
la ciudad de Panama.
El Club Health Bureau organize
tradicionalmente el festival de Dia
de Brujas (Halloween), con una
gran variedad de atracciones.
En esta ocasi6n el festival serA
amenizado por el alegre combo
musical "Los Mozambiques", que
ha prometido preparar toda una
diversidad de interpretaciones a
fin de garantizar el ambiente fes-
tivo y alegre propio del Dia de
Brujas.
En vista de los preparativos lle-
vados a cabo para que la celebra-
ci6n de este afio supere a la de
afios anteriores, el club ha suge-
rido a socios y amigos que pre-
senten atuendos originals propios
para la ocasi6n.
El Jardin Soberano, localizado
en la Carretera Transistmica, fren-
te al distrito especial de San Mi-


GANO TORNEO
Guillermo Brito, de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Pa-
raiso, aparece en posicibn
para devolver un lance.
Brito se adjudic6 el torneo
intercolegial de tenis ce-
lebrado hace poco entire
tenistas de las secundarias
latinoamericanas.
El torneo intercolegial
de tennis de las escuelas la-
tinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal constitute part
del Programa Recreativo y
de Educaci6n Fisica que
promueve el Supervisor de
Educaci6n Fisica de las
escuelas latinoamericanas,
Prof. Oscar Suman Carrillo.


guelito, estarA apropiadamente de-
corado.
Un portavoz de la agrupaci6n
dijo que el comit6 de administra-
ci6n se ha propuesto no escatimar
esfuerzos para hacer de este acon-
tecimiento festive algo inolvidable.
Con este prop6sito el Club Health
Bureau, de gran experiencia en la
organizaci6n de este tipo de even-
tos, ha venido tomando en consi-
deraci6n todos los detalles en la
fase de organizaci6n, a fin de que
el Festival "Abanico de Colores"
constituya un acontecimiento.


Paraiso Brill6


Balboa G
El equipo femenino de volibol
de la Escuela Secundaria de Bal-
boa obtuvo el campeonato de la
Liga Intercolegial de Volibol Fe-
menino de la Zona del Canal, dis-
putado con la participaci6n de
cinco equipos.
El conjunto de Balboa termin6
la temporada con marca de siete
triunfos y un s61o rev6s, sufrido
frente al aguerrido equipo de Pa-
raiso, que evidenci6 extraordina-
ria mejoria tras un comienzo debil,
para ocupar al final un honroso
tercer lugar.
El subcampeonato correspondi6
a la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal, que termin6 con marca de
cinco triunfos y tres derrotas. Pa-
raiso tcrmin6 con cuatro victorias
e igual n6mero de reveses.
Para el conjunto de Paraiso,
inspirado por su entrenadora la
Profesora Thelma Rebolledo y di-
rigido en el campo por su capi-
tana Xiomara Fray, la victoria lo-
grada sobre el conjunto campe6n
constituy6 todo un acontecimiento.
En las postrimerias del torneo
se presentaba la posibilidad ma-
temrtica de que surgiera un triple
empate en el segundo lugar. Y las
muchachas de Paraiso se apre-
ciaban optimistas y deseosas de
que ello ocurriera, en la esperanza
de conseguir una mejor coloca-
cion.
No obstante, el juego que pudo
determinar un triple empate en cl
segundo lugar fue ganado por la
representaci6n de la Universidad
de la Zona del Canal, que en esa
forma se consolid6 subcampe6n y
envi6 al cuarto lugar a la Escuela
Secundaria de Crist6bal, que ter-
min6 con marca de tres ganados y
cinco pcrdidos.


Abastos Anuncia

; Horarios del Dia

De los Veteranos
El Supermercado de Balboa per-
maneceri cerrado el lunes 27 de
octubre, Dia de los Veteranos.
Otras dependencias de la Divi-
. si6n de Abastos laboraran para esa
fecha de conformidad con el si-
guiente horario:
El Merendero de Margarita es-
tarA abierto de 8 a.m. a 10 p.m.
SS B^ / Las secciones de Ventas por MA-
Squinas Automaticas de Gamboa,
Paraiso y Rainbow City permane-
cerAn abiertas de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.
' * Las cafeterias de los Centros de
. > Servicio de Balboa y Margarita
. M -laboraran segin su sistema regu-
S . lar, las 24 horas del dia, y el Res-
" " . taurante Drive-Inn estarA abierto
de 11 a.m. a 10:30 p.m.
Las estaciones de servicio de
gasoline estaran atendiendo al pc -
blico de conformidad con su hora-
A rio restringido de dias de festa.
Las canchas de bolos laborarAn se-
gin el horario de los domingos y
los teatros seguiran la programa-
ci6n anunciada.
sentante local del Club Pacifico de Todos los de s almacenes de
Professor Pablo E. Kirven, represen- vents al por mentor y centrosde
Ie ese club. La beca fue ofrecida por service perancern cerrados.
Smanejada por el ComitB de Becas Graduados de 1966
Latinoamericanas. Graduados de 1966

ANIVERSARIOS De Paralso Tendran
(Basandose sobre total de Servicio Civil) Una Reunion General
40 AiosUn comiti de egresados en 1966
40 Aios E Fscuela Secundaria de Pa-


DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Cecil D. Gooding
Subgerente de Almac6n de
Ventas al por Menor
Hubert A. Mason
Ayudante de Administraci6n de
Planta Procesadora de
Products LActeos

DIRECTION DE MARINA
George W. Mullins, Jr.
Operador de Gri6a


raiso estA organizando una reuni6n
general para conmemorar su db-
cimo aniversario. La fecha de la
reunion se anunciarA oportuna-
mente.
Los interesados deberin poner-
se en contact con alguno de los
siguientes miembros:
Victor E. Hinds, tel6fonos 84-
4710 y 52-4594; Leonardo Hylton,
52-4224; Alfredo Tulle, 86-2125;
Ernesto Evering, 61-9217, 52-3509
y 52-7609; Roseann Towsend,
66-0195; Alexander Savory, 52-
4204; y Jaime E. Smith, 52-4266.


ano Torneo de Volibol


El uiltimo lugar correspondi6 al
equipo de la Escuela Secundaria
de Rainbow City, que gan6 un so-
litario juego y acumul6 siete de-
rrotas.
Fue en la fecha final en que
Paraiso consolid6 su posici6n defi-
nitiva en el tercer lugar. En el
1ltimo desafio suyo y del torneo,


Paraiso abati6 a Rainbow City en
dos tiempos por 15-6 y 15-10.
Confiadas, las pupilas de la Pro-
fesora Rebolledo esperan ansiosas
una nueva oportunidad. Esta opor-
tunidad se les presentarA el pr6xi-
mo afio, cuando se realice un nue-
vo torneo intercolegial de volibol
femenino.


TERCER LUGAR
Este es cl entusiasta equipo de volihol de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, que logr6 un honroso tercer lugar en la Liga Intercolegial Fe-
menina de la Zona del Canal, acompafiado por su entrenadora la Profe-
sora Thelma Rebolledo. El equipo logr6 el honor de ser el inico en
ganarle al campe6n, el conjunto de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa.









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Octubre 24, 1975


Gran Demanda

Por Curso Para

Los Empleados
"Liderazgo y Toma de Decisio-
nes", el primero de tres nuevos
cursos que aniadi6 la Direcci6n de
Personal a su Programa de Adies-
tramiento correspondiente al Aiio
Fiscal 1976, fue calificado como
excepcional por los empleados que
asistieron a las primeras dos sesio-
nes, y el numero de aspirantes a
participar en la tercera sesi6n ex-
cedi6 al de apertura.
El curso fue seleccionado origi-
nalmente, junto a otros dos, a fin
de tender las necesidades de
adiestramiento que los superviso-
res expresaron necesitaban los em-
pleados en los grades NM-3 a
NM-8, o dentro de los niveles
equivalents.
Los otros dos cursos son "Me-
joramiento de las Habilidades y
Servicios en Oficina" y la "Toma
de Decisions a nivel de Secreta-
ria". La descripci6n de los cursos
estl incluida en el "Cattilogo del
Program de Cursos para el De-
sarrollo de Adiestramientoy Admi-
nistraci6n", que estA disponible en
las oficinas de la Divisi6n.
Los tres cursos estan programa-
dos a ofrecerse varias veces du-
rante el afio. Antes de cada curso
se harAn invitaciones para presen-
tar candidates a estos cursos.

Super Meta . ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
ta: la Administraci6n Federal de
Carreteras, 176.6 por ciento; la
Armada, 71.7 por ciento; la Fuerza
Area, 35.1 por ciento; las Cortes
Distritoriales, 20 por ciento, y el
Ejircito, 19.7 por ciento.
La Campafia Federal Combina-
da, la inica campafia de recolecta
de fondos para el sostenimiento de
23 agencies participants de Sen-
da Unida de la Zona del Canal y
otras 4 agencies de Servicio In-
ternacional, continuarA hasta el
5 de noviembre.


La novelist y ensayista pana-
meia Gloria Guardia de Alfaro
disertari el mi6rcoles 29 de octu-
bre en el Auditorio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso sobre "Cua-
tro Mujeres que lograron sobresa-
lir en sus distintos g6neros litera-
rios, a pesar de los obstAculos de
su opoca".
La conferencia, que se iniciarA
a la 1:30 p.m., forma part del
program de celebraci6n de la Se-
mana de la Educaci6n Americana
en la Escuela Secundaria de Pa-
raiso.
La Semana de la Educaci6n
Americana se celebrarA del 28 al
31 de octubre.
Uno de los teras que se desa-
rrollara durante la semana es la
Mujer en la Educaci6n, en el afin
de incorporar al plantel a las ce-
lebraciones del Aio Internacional
de la Mujer.
La Lie. Guardia de Alfaro se
referira en su exposici6n a Eleo-
nora de Aquitania, quien en la
6poca medioeval se proyect6 como
la precursora de la poesia lirica
en sus "Cortes de Amor"; Teresa
de Jesfs, precursora del g6nero
autobiogruifico; la marquesa de Se-
vign6 (Marie de Rabutin Chantal),
famosa en el genero epistolar, y
Anais Nim, quien cultiv6 el g6nero
del diario.
La conferenciante obtuvo su li-
cenciatura en la Universidad Vas-
sar, en Nueva York, en 1963 y su
maestria en la Universidad de Co-
lumbia en 1968. Ha cumplido es-
tudios de post grado en la Uni-
versidad Central de Madrid. Ac-
tualmente esti dedicada a la pre-
paraci6n de su tesis doctoral que
presentari oportunamente en la
Universidad de Columbia.
Una consagrada ensayista y
autora de monografias dentro de
la critical literaria, a la Lie. Guar-
dia de Alfaro se le consider una


DIA IDEAL DE VERANO
La preciosa vista fue tomada en un moment de
bonanza durante pleno rigor de la temporada lluvio-
sa, por el fot6grafo Arthur Pollack, de la Oficina de
Informaci6n. El refulgente sol, mis tipico de la esta-
ci6n seca que de la lluviosa, presentaba una imagen


Lie. Gloria Guardia de Alfaro, des-
tacada intellectual panamefia que
hablarA el 29 en la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Paraiso.

autoridad en la material. Ha publi-
cado varias novelas.
Escritos de la Lie. Guardia de
Alfaro han visto publicados en re-
putadas revistas como es la publi-
cacion alemana "Humboldt", par-
ticularmente articulos sobre escri-
tores ibcroamericanos y espafioles.
En 1966 recibi6 premios en ensayo
y novela en el Concurso Nacional
Ricardo Mir6.
Profesores, personal administra-
tivo y educando estin invitados a
esta actividad, igual que lo estin
los padres de familiar de la comu-
nidad.

Maneje con cuidado,
detrds de una pelota
siempre va un nifio.


bellisima y nitida, tal cual se aprecia en la foto to-
mada en las proximidades del Puente Ferry Thatcher.
"Se podia ver a la gente caminando en Taboga", dijo
en tono jocoso un visitante de la oficina en esa fecha,
ideal para un paseo de playa.


" " " n T niYCTSided de
lRIIF m t r aS F ard I OrnEO


.ll111111 cWi i0 I3 1 Ul I VIII.%


De Accion de Gracias


La Divisi6n de Escuclas ha
anunciado que las competencias
eliminatorias del Claisico de Acci6n
de Gracias de Nataci6n se realiza-
rin el 8 de noviembre, a partir de
las 9 a.m., en la Piscina de Bal-


boa. Las finales tendran lugar en
la piscina de Gamboa el 22 de
noviembre, tambi6n a partir de
las 9 a.m.
Las competencias estarAn abier-
tas a todos los estudiantes que
asistan a escuelas en la Zona del
Canal.
Los competidores podran ins-
cribirse hasta en tres events en
su respective edad. Para ubicar a
los nadadores en la categoria co-
rrespondiente se tomart en cuen-
ta la edad suya hasta el 22 de
noviembre. Se ha fijado un tiempo
minimo para calificar en cada
event. Un competitor potential
debera igualar o superar estas mar-
cas, para poder participar.
Las solicitudes de inscripcin de-
bcrin ser rctiradas por los intere-
sados en cualquiera de las pisci-
nas de la empresa del Canal o de
las reserves militares del sector
Pacifico, y ser devueltas a las pis-
cinas de Balboa o Curund6 a mis
tardar el 6 de noviembre a las
5 p.m.
Se entregarin cintas alusivas a
los ganadores de los cuatro pri-
meros puestos de cada event.
Para mayor informaci6n, los into-
resados deberin comunicarse con
Barnes, en la Piscina de Curunidu,
tel6fono 83-3601.


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
de 6:30 a 9:30 p.m. en el sal6n
de classes de Fuerte .Kobbe.
Se invita a civiles y militares a
presentar su solicitud de matricula.
La inscripci6n en los mencionados
cursos estA abierta y continuarA en
las oficinas principles de la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal,
hasta el primer dia de classes.
En el sector AtlAntico se inicia-
ran tambi6n dos cursos en noviem-
bre pr6ximo. Los cursos son Intro-
ducci6n a la Psicologia PSY 150F
y Psicologia del Anormal PSY
200B. Las matriculas para estos
cursos se encuentran abiertas en
la Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal
y continuarin hasta el primer dia
de classes.
Para mayor informaci6n sobre
los cursos del sector AtlAntico, los
interesados deberan comunicarse
con Roy Knoop, Coordinador de
la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal, telifono 43-6241.


La Escfela Secundaria de Pa-
raiso ha dado a conocer un pro-
grama mediante el cual se celebra-
rA la Semana de la Educaci6n,
desde el pr6ximo martes 28 al
viernes 31 de octubre.


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

Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
Todo solicitante capacitado recibira consideraci6n para trabajo sin distinci6n de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, afiliaci6n political u otro factor no meritorio.
Direcci6n Va-
o Si- can-
POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salario Division tio tes
Oficinista-Mecan6grafo(a) NM-31 __ __ _ $5,116.80 Abas. Comb. A 1
Oficinista-Esten6grafo(a) NM-41 (Bilingie) __ --- $7,800.00 Terminales A 1
Oficinista NM-4 $-_____ _-- -- 7,800.00 Serv. Adm. P 1
POSITION TEMPORAL
Operario de Sonda de Granalla-Subacuitice MG-8
(Que no exceda Julio 1976) (Se require saber nadar) _$2.90 Dragado P 1
La solicitud debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a mas
tardar siete (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publicaci6n. Si hace solicited para mas
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Deberi someterse una solicitud separada
para cada categoria de empleo. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras negritas. Los salaries
indicados serin aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del diferencial apropiado
ademas del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. E! simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un
examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad donde puede emplearse
solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Los requisitos pueden ser revisados en el Ramo de
Empleos y Colocaciones, Edificio 366, Anc6n o Edificio 1105, Crist6bal. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Colocaciones, telefonos 52-7996, 52-7501, 52-3583 6 43-1288. No
deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.
* Sujeto a reclasificaci6n a Trabajador en Adiestramiento NM-I/MG-1. Los empleados que
esten en el program de trabajadores en adiestramientt pueden solicitar cambios dentro del
program


Rvdo. Shirley

Sera Orador

En un Acto
El Reverendo Lemuel Shirley
sern el orador de fondo durante
el acto de aniversario del Club
Los Amigos del Pueblo, que se ve-
rificari el proximo domingo en eI
Restaurant Corona de Oro de la
ciudad de Panama. El club lo in-
tegran en su gran mayoria em-
pleados de la empresa del Canal
de Panama.
El Reverendo Shirley desarro-
lla't cel tema "El Educador y su
Responsabilidad Ante la Nacion",
nmy apropiado en la ocasi6n, pues
durante cl acto serl obieto de un
homenaje cl Profesor Alfredo
Cragwell, Director de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso, cuyos m6-
ritos le son ampliamente conocidos.
Un program muy apropiado
para este acto, que se iniciara al
mediodia, ha sido preparado por
el Comit6 Organizador.
En primer t6rmino, el padre
Teodoro Daniels, de la Iglesia San
Crist6bal de Parque Lefevre, pro-
nunciara la invocaci6n religiosa.
La bendici6n del acto estari a
cargo del padre Louis Sealey, de
Ia Iglesia Bautista del Calvario.
Acto seguido, la maestra Hilna
Smith del Instituto Panamericano
de la ciudad de Panamnti, entregara
al homenajeado, Profesor Crag-
well, un pergamino de gratitude
por su colaboraci6n con el club y
la comunidad.
CorresponderA despurs a Ar-
nold Reid, active dirigente del
Club Los Amigos del Pueblo, pro-
nunciar las palabras de presenta-
ci6n del orador de fondo, Reve-
rendo Shirley.
Albert Barrow, del club, pro-
nunciari unaS breves palabras de
agradecimiento, a continuaci6n.
Concluidas las palabras del dis-
tinguido prelado, se presentaro un
espectuiculo artistic, con la par-
ticipaci6n de la soprano Adela
Richard, el baritone Cecilio Miller,
guardian de seguridad de las Es-
clusas de Gat6n, y Mildred Lowe.
Miller deleitarA a los presents
con una canci6n muy de moda
"The Impossible Dream" (El Sue-
no Imposible).
El Club Los Amigos del Pueblo
fue fundado hace escasamente 1
aio, con prop6sitos ben6ficos. Su
principal actividad estA orientada
a la recolecci6n de fondos para
levar un mensaje de felicidad a
los huespedes del Asilo Bolivar
de la ciudad de PanamA, en done
se hallan recluidos muchos de los
pioneros de la construcci6n del
Canal.


PROGRAM
Tema: "Alcoincelo por Medio de
la Educaci6n".
Sub-Tema: Mujeres en el Campo
de la Educaci6n.
I Martes 28 de Octubre
1. Presentaci6n y demostraci6n
de trabajos efectuados por los
alumnos en todos los niveles.
2. Exhibici6n de mlquinas y
otro equipo audiovisual y su
manejo.
3. Se anunciarin los ganadores
del concurso auspiciado por la
Biblioteca.
II Mi6rcoles 29 de Octubre
1. Asamblea General de los Es-
tudiantes del II Ciclo. Confe-
rencia dictada por la Lie.
Gloria Guardia de Alfaro.
2. Proyecci6n de la pelicula The
American Parade-We the
Women.
III Jueves 30 de Octubre
Dia de los visitantes (abierto
al piblico)
1. Discusion a cargo de un pa-
nel.
2. Actividades en los diferentes
campos educativos.
IV Viernes 31 de Octubre
"ilaga conocer un pensarnien-
to!"
Actividad para estudiantes del
Primer Ciclo.


Pagina 4


Intelectual Dictara Charla


En la Escuela de Paraiso


Se Celebrara Semana


De la Educacion Aqui