Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00094771/01155
 Material Information
Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: January 27, 1978
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID01155
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
Classification: lcc - HE538 .A37
ddc - 386/.444/05
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text


o> -qc o


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


Human Rights Main Issue


CZ. Residents Tell Senators


olie-i 011-


.fSrP'18'^ wwq ri
*I r .1 ^ -- .- ~. .



I I


Members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
delegation view the magnificence of the Canal opera-
tion from atop the locks gates at Miraflores. Several
of the Senators met with Canal Zone residents at home
during their stay on the Isthmus. From left are:


J. Patrick Conley, Executive Secretary of the Canal
Zone; Senator Clifford Case; Senator and Mrs. Clai-
borne Pell; Gov. H. R. Parfitt; and Senators Paul
Sarbanes and Charles Percy. Not pictured are Senators
John Sparkman and Jacob Javits, who were also here.


More Than 63 Years of Service to World Commerce

The Panama Canal Spillway

Vol. XVI, No. 23 Friday, January 27, 1978


After 39 Years E&C Deputy Director Off to Orient


Carl J. Browne, deputy director,
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau since 1965, is winding up his
Canal career of more than 39 years
and retiring at the end of the
month. He and his wife, the former
Blanche Adler, will make their
home in Columbia, S.C., after an
extended tour of the Orient.
As Deputy Director of the Engi-
neering and Construction Bureau
for the past 12 years, Browne has
provided continuity in bureau oper-
ations as he has introduced each
new bureau director, who is a mil-
itary officer assigned for a 3-year
tour of duty, to the myriad of func-
tions and complex interrelationships
involved in the Canal enterprise.,
Born in Avon, N.Y., Browne was
graduated in 1938 from Cornell
University as a civil engineer. -He
later attended Cornell Graduate
School of Public Administration.
Hle successfully completed the U.S.
Civil Service Commission's Execu-
live Seminar, "Federal Program
Management" at Kings Point, N.Y.
in 1966, and the Brookings Institu-
tion's "Federal Program and Man-
agement Executives Conference" in


Williamsburg, Va., in February
1972.
Immediately following gradua-
tion in 1938 he joined the Panama
Canal, beginning his distinguished


Carl J. Browne


career as a student engineer. A year
later, he went to work on the
various phases of construction in the
field, advancing to project manager


which involved supervision of both
construction and maintenance of
field construction projects ranging
from housing to oil handling facili-
ties. Going up the ladder of promo-
tions, Browne has held the position
of Assistant to Construction Quar-
termaster, Junior Engineer, Assist-
ant Building Engineer (Building
Division); Chief, Southern District,
Maintenance Division; and Mainte-
nance Engineer, prior to his present
position.
Browne was on active military
duty from 1942 to 1946.
As Deputy Director of the bu-
reau, he has had the responsibility
of coordinating projects between
the Panama Canal and the Repub-
lic of Panama and his expertise and
technical advice in the utilities field
have contributed significantly to
better relations between the United
States and Panama.
In recognition of his superior
service to the Canal organization,
he 'has been the recipient of eight
Outstanding Performance Awards.
In 1960, he was presented a Master
Key to the Locks in the grade of
(Continued on p. 4)


Senator Jacob Javits (R-New York)
told a group of civic council and
labor representatives that the pos-
sibility of losing 70 percent of the
Canal organization's United States
workforce if the new treaties with
Panama are ratified is a risk the
Senate may have to take.
The Senator's statement was in
response to a comment made by a
Canal Zone resident that in a re-
cent polling, 70 percent of the
U.S.-citizen Canal employees in-
dicated they would leave the Isth-
mus if the treaties are passed.
Senators Javits and Paul Sarbanes
(D-Maryland) met with community
members in a private home in the
Canal Zone during their visit here
last week as part of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee dele-
gation.
Also on the Isthmus were Com-
mittee Chairman John Sparkman
(D-Alabama), and Senators Frank
Church (D-Idaho), Claiborne Pell
(DI-Rhode Island), Clifford Case
(R-New Jersey), and Charles Percy
(R-Illinois), here to gather informa-
tion before the committee's final
hearings on the Treaty resolution.
'Community members voiced con-
cern to the two Senators about the
protection of human rights in the
Canal Zone with the handing over
of jurisdictional control to the
Republic of Panama at the .end of
the 3-year transition period pro-
vided for in the treaties.
Senator Javits responded to that
issue by saying; "My own judgment
is that there is very little likelihood
of abuse of human rights which we
will be unable to redress as long
as our physical presence is so omni-
present here, and it will be until
the year 2000."
Both Senators stressed to -the
group that very few of those pre-
sently employed with the Canal or-
ganization will still be of working
age 23 years from now when Pan-
ama would assume control if rati-
fication takes place. Sarbanes told
the community representatives,
"The fact is the Canal is not going
.to be turned over to Panama in any
meaningful sense of that term until,
the end of the century."


Asked whether he would be
willing to support an amendment
suggested by Senator Robert Dole
(R-Kansas) that the transition
period be extended to the year
1990, Javits replied that he would
"not make any pledges of any kind
or character about supporting
amendments" and said he was there
to get the employee's point of view
and to express his own to them.
The Senator pointed out to one
community member concerned over
the human rights issue that there
already are U.S. citizens living
under Panamanian jurisdiction in
the Republic and that the relation-
ship seems to be working out. The
resident responded that apparently
the Treaty negotiators had some
fears that it wouldn't work as well
with the U.S. citizens in the Canal
Zone since they included in the
Treaty a provision' of diplomatic
immunity for top level Canal
Commission VIPs.
One Latin American council rep-
resentative who was present told
the Senators that neither the Treaty
nor its implementing legislation
properly addresses the needs of the
Canal employee. He told them,
"You need to amend the fuzzy lan-
guage [in the Treaty] that takes
care of the employees because you
need employees to operate this
Canal."
A labor representative pointed
out that the proposed early retire-
ment legislation required by Ar-
ticle X of the Treaty is "not very
much more liberal than what is
now on the books." He encouraged
the Senators to offer inducements
that would make it worthwhile for
employees to stay.
Javits replied that he realized
after his visit here a year ago that
a "principal problem" resulting
from passage of the Treaty would
be "the people who work here."
He said he wrote in a report on
his last visit that "We may find
we have a Canal but nobody to
operate it."
Senator Javits said that if the
Senate decides to ratify the treaties
it will not be because they are the
(Continued on p. 4)


United Way To Stage 'Sound of Music' in August


The popular Broadway musical
The Sound of Music has heen
chosen by the Canal Zone United
Way for presentation this summer.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein
classic will be directed by Bruce
Quinn and coproduced with tlhe
Theatre Guild.
The Sound of Music is the story
of the Von Trapp family, who es-
caped from their native Austria at
the beginning of the Nazi occupa-
tion in the late 1930's. The musical
centers on Maria, a young pos-
tulant who leaves the convent to
become governess to the seven


children of widower Von Trapp.
From this relationship blossoms a
story of love and courage.
The show was a popular success
on Broadway, with Mary Martin
portraying Maria Von Trapp, and
the film version won an Academy
Award for actress-singer Julie
Andrews in the same role.
Casting for the local production
will begin in June, with a proposed
15-night run during the month of
August. Plans are to present The
Sound of Music in both English
and Spanish, necessitating two


casts. There will be opportunities
for youngsters and adults alike to
participate in major singing and
acting roles.
This is the 15th consecutive
year that the United Way has pre-
sented a major play to the Canal
Zone community. In addition to
coproducing My Fair Lady and
Applause! with the Theatre Guild,
the United Way has done Okla-
homa!, The King and I, The Music
Man, West Side Story, Show Boat,
Oliver!, 1776, Fiddler on the Roof,
Camelot, The Wizard of Oz, Man
of La Mancha, and Maine.


Gov. H. R. Parfitt shows actor John Wayne the "before" and "after"
pictures of the Canal and the' Canal Zone in the latest edition of the
PANAMA CANAL REVIEw. Work came to a halt for a few minutes at the
Administration Building as employees tried to get a glimpse of The Duke
as he arrived to visit with the Governor.










THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 27, 1978


(Schedule subject to change without notice. (C) indicates color program.)
Weekend program schedules are subject to change should a live sports event become available.


FRIDAY,
JANUARY 27
2:40-Sign-On News
2:45-Sesame Street (C)
3:45-Sandy Duncan (C)
4:10-Talk About Pictures (C)
4:40-General Hospital (C)
5:10-Secrets of the Deep (C)
5:35-Hollywood Squares (C)
6:00-Evening Report (C)
6:30-Rollin on the River (C)
7:20-Greatest Sports
Legends (C) (Ends)
7:45-Qui Pasa?/ Newsbreak
7:55-Rhoda (C)
8:20-Love American Style (C)
9:10-Circle of Fear
10:00-Focus on Today (C)
10:15-Mystery Movies:
"Birds With the
Crystal Plumage" (C)
(Adult)

SATURDAY,
JANUARY 28
9:55-Sign-On-News
10:00-Josie and the
Pussycats (C)
10:20-Butch Cassidy (C)
10:45-Cartoon Special:
"It's Your First Kiss,
Charlie Brown" (C)
11:10-The Muppets (C)
(Repeat)
11:35-Laredo (C) (Ends)
12:25-Matinee Movie:
"Wings of Danger"
1:35-The Hula Bowl:
East vs. West (C)
3:50-Information Special:
"Henry Kissinger:
On the Record" (C)
5:10-Cowboy in Africa (C)
6:00-Weekend Report (C)
6:30-Better World (C)
6:55-Profiles in Courage (C)
7:55-Barney Miller (C)
8:20-Kodiak (C)
8:45-N.Y.P.D. (C)
9:10-The Adventurers (C)
9:35-Movies: "The
President's Plane
Is Missing" (C)
and "Night of Terror"
(C) (Adult)

SUNDAY,
JANUARY 29
11:55-Sign-On News
12:00-Christopher Close-Up (C)


12:30-The Athletes (C)
12:45-The Senior Bowl:
North vs. South (C)
3:25-Information Special:
"Medicine in America:
Life, Death and
Dollars"
6:00-Headlines (C)
6:10-Starland Vocal Band (C)
6:30-Wild World of People (C)
(Ends)
7:00-Born Free (C)
7:50-Information Special:
"Failing To Learn-
Learning To Fail" (C)
8:45-The Rookies (C)
9:35-Evil Touch (C)
10:00-The Best of Broadway:
"Laura"

MONDAY,
JANUARY 30
2:45-Sign-On News
2:50-Sesame Street (C)
3:50-Last of the Wild (C)
4:15-Body Buddies (C)
4:40-General Hospital (C)
5:10-Dick Van Dyke
5:35-Here Comes the
Future (C)
6:00-Evening Report (C)
6:30-Bob Newhart (C)
6:55-Conquest of the Sea (C)
(Series begins)
7:45-Qud Pasa?/Newsbreak
7:55-The Saint (C)
8:45-Tales of the
Unexpected (C)
9:35-Maude (C) (Adult)
10:00-Focus on Today (C)
10:15-Movie:
"Imperial Venus" (C)
(Adult)

TUESDAY,
JANUARY 31
2:55-Sign-On News
3:00-Movie:
"Cluny Brown"
4:40-General Hospital (C)
5:10-The Best of Sports
Challenge (C)
(Ends)
5:35-Bang Bang You're
Alive (C)
6:00-Evening Report (C)
6:30-George (C)
6:55-Hee Haw (C)
7:45-OQu6 Pasa?/ Newsbreak
7:55-Paul Lynde Show


8:20-Primus (C)
8:45-The Prisoner (C)
9:35-Silent Force (C)
10:00-Focus on Today (C)
10:15-Movie: "Target for
Killing" (C) (Adult)
10:15-Movie: "The Phoenix
City Story"

WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 1
2:55-Sign-On News
3:00-Sesame Street (C)
3:50-Cliffwood Avenue
Kids (C)
4:15-Biography
4:40-General Hospital (C)
5:10-Bobby Vinton (C)
5:35-Consumer Buyline
6:00-Evening Report (C)
6:30-Special Treat:
"A Piece of Cake"
(C) (Children's
Special)
7:20-Hollywood Squares (C)
7:45-Qui Pasa?/Newsbreak
7:55-Sha Na Na (C)
8:20-The Man From
Atlantis (C)
(Series ends)
9:30-President Carter's
News Conference (C)
10:00-Focus on Today (C)
10:15-Movie: "Birthday
Present"

THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY 2
2:55--Sign-On News
3:00-Big Blue Marble (C)
3:25-Shane (C)
4:15-Temperature Rising (C)
4:40-General Hospital (C)
5:10-Kindly Keep it
Country (C)
5:35-Body Buddies (C)
(Repeat)
6:00-Evening Report (C)
6:30-Van Dyke & Co.
(C) (Ends)
7:20-The Muppets (C)
7:45-Qu6 Pasa?/ Newsbreak
7:55-Police Surgeon (C)
8:20-The Protectors (C)
8:45-Father Brown (C)
9:35-Arnie (C)
10:00-Focus on Today (C)
10:15-Soap (C)
10:40-Movie:
"Fantastic Journey"
(C) (Pilot show)


&iT BTE MO I 18
Beginning Friday, January 27, 1978


BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-King Kong (PG)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Tough Guys (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-The Greatest
Show on Earth (SIT) (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:15-Ace High (SIT) (0)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:25-Mon., 6:15,
8:25-Car Wash (SIT) (PG)
Tues., 6:15, 8:05-The Sentinel (R)
Wed.-Thurs., 6:15, 8:25-Two-Minute Warning
(SIT) (R)
GAMBOA
Fri.-Scalp Hunters (PG)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-Burnt Offerings (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-Eight on the Lam (G)
Sat., 8:15-Adventures of Don Juan (G)
Sun.-New York, New York (PG)
Tues.-Silver Streak (SIT) (R)
Wed.-Three Women (SIT) (PG)
PARAISO"
Sun.-Three Women (SIT) (PG)
Mon.-New York, New York (PG)
Wed.-Silver Streak (SIT) (R)

COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Elvis on Tour (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Tales From Beyond
the Grave (SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00--The Long Due (G)
Sat., 7:30-Silver Streak (SIT) (R)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Mission Impossible (G)
Sun.-Mon., 7:30-Marathon Man (SIT) (R)
Tues., 7:30-Seven Percent Solution (PG)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-Moving Violation (SIT) (PG)


MARGARITA0
Fri.-The Green Berets (PG)
Friday Owl Show, 9:35-The Other
(SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Hook, Line and Sinker (G)
Sat.-Gunmball Rally (SIT) (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Little Ark (G)
Sun.-Mon.-My Way (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Bite the Bullet (PG)

RAINBOW CITY"
(Air-Conditioned)
Sun.-Mon.- Moving Violation (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Wed.-Marathon Man (SIT) (R)
Thurs.-Seven Percent Solution (PG)
GATUN MINITHEATER*
(Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Battle for the Planet of the Apes (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Apache Ambush (G)
Sat.-An Affair To Remember (0)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Bordertown (SIT) (G)
Sun.-Fountainhead (PG)
*All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time
except as shown. Program subject to change.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: (G) All ages ad-
mitted. General audience. (PG) Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. (R) Re-
stricted. Persons under 17 not admitted
unless accompanied by parent or legal
guardian. (X) Persons under 17 not ad-
mitted. (SIT) Indicates Spanish titles.
(BW) All in color unless listed.


~~- B







Thespian Troupe No. 217, Cristobal High School, will present the
melodrama "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" or "Tempted, Tried, and
True" at the school auditorium the nights of February 9 through 12.
Curtain time will be 8 p.m. Cast members in the saga of the gay nineties
are, from left, first row: Leanne Mans, Ron Palomares, Betty Sawyers,
Suzanne Steele and Dianne Sperling. Second row: John Holland, Kathy
Kredell, Glenn Brandl and Jackie Sell. Standing in front of the sign is
Leslie Stabler.


The week of February 5-11 will
be the 30th annual National Chil-
dren's Dental.Health Week. As part
of the observance, the SPILLWAY, in
cooperation with the Panama Canal
Zone Dental Society, begins a series
of articles on facts you should know
about dental health.
The dentist has told us that our
13-year-old son has gum disease.
How can this develop in someone
so young?
Gum disease accounts for the
greatest amount of tooth loss in
adults, but it also affects children.
According to recent U.S. Depart-
ment of Health, Education and
Welfare statistics, approximately
68 percent of the Nation's youth
have some visible form of periodon-
tal or gum disease-generally of a
mild type.
Unfortunately, unless preventive
measures are taken, the disease
progresses over a long period of
time with little or no pain, de-
stroying the gums, bone and other
structures that support the teeth.
Often a large percentage of peri-


SCUBA Class Begins

Tuesday at Balboa 'Y'

The Balboa YMCA is offering a
class in Advanced SCUBA open
only to certified divers beginning
Tuesday, January 31. Classroom
sessions will be held each Tuesday
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. for 8 weeks,
in addition to 1 day each weekend
spent on in-water training to
augment classwork. The course will
provide exposure to the greatest
possible variety of diving situa-
tions, such as boat, dock, shore,
lake, ocean, reservoir, river, surf,
current, and weeds diving.
Ladies Slim and Trim exercise.
classes conducted by Gitti Steven-
son continue 4 days a week at the
Balboa Y. Classes run from 9 to
10 a.m. on Monday and Thursday
mornings and from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons. Special discount rates
on sauna and massage are available
for Slim and Trim participants.


odontal problems in later life can
be traced to neglect or improper
care of the mouth during child-
hood.
The problem begins with dental
plaque, which is the sticky, color-
less substance that forms constantly
on everyone's.teeth. The bacteria in
plaque utilizes the sugars you eat
to produce harmful acids that attack
the teeth and cause caries. But this
same substance also irritates the
gums, making them tender and
likely to bleed. If plaque is not
removed daily by careful brushing
and flossing, it will thicken into a
deposit called calculus. As the cal-
culus accumulates, the gums slowly
detach from the teeth leaving deep
pockets where bacteria and debris
collect.
Eventually, if left untreated, the
tissues and bones around the teeth
are destroyed, and healthy teeth
loosen and are lost.
There generally are two stages of
periodontal disease: gingivitis or
inflamed gums and periodontitis
which involves the bones sup-
porting the teeth.
The best method of prevention is
regular brushing and flossing, reg-
ular visits to your family dentist
and proper nutrition.

Quadrille Dances Feb. 4
The Twin City Square Dance
Club of Pedro Miguel will feature
Quadrille dances at. its annual Car-
nival Night to be held at Kelvin's
Place, 16th Street, Rio Abajo on
Saturday, February 4.
Professor Eric Garcia and his
Progressive Five will be on hand
to dispense the latest in Quadrille
music.


USOJ Provides

Isthmians With

Varied Activities

The USO-Jewish Community and
Armed Forces Center on La Boca
Road is offering a wide variety of
activities to meet the many in-
terests of the community.

Beginners and advanced classes in
Mid-East dancing (belly dancing)
are being offered from 5 to 6:15
p.m. and a chiffon and sequined
belly dancing skirt, a set of finger
cymbals, and an instruction booklet
are included in the fee-. There are
also dance classes for children 7 to
12 on Thursdays and prehallet
classes for children 3 to 6.

A class in neoimpressionist paint-
ing is held every Wednesday,
and an exhibit of oils by Christine
Meny will open at the end of this
month.

Hebrew classes are held on Sun-
days and Yoga at 8 p.m. on Satur-
day. A bridge evening is planned
for the end of the month and a
series of six lectures on the Dead
Sea Scrolls are being given by
Rabbi Reiss.

In addition to classes, there are
group activities such as the Pan-
Amigos folk dancing at 3 p.m. on
Sunday. The Audubon Society,
Amateur Radio, Caribbean Stamp,
Girl Scouts, AFGE, Numismatic
Society and the Unitarians meet
regularly at the "J."

Jewish religious services are held
at 7:30 p.m., Fridays and at
10 a.m. on Saturdays.

For additional information call
52-5972.


23 Complete Course As

Water Safety Instructors
The following new Water Safety
instructors were graduated 'from
a course directed by Instructor
Trainer Emilio Singh at the Coco
Solo Pool: Carol Heye, Gerianne
Foster, Jos6 F. Navarro, Richard
Murphy, Clayton Walker, Andrew
Evans, Kirk Wallace, Glenn Brandl,
John L. Davison, Craig Minshew.
Also Kathy Corrigan, Anselmo A.
Britton, Fermin Baker, Wilfredo
Anderson, Florentino Galvez, Ro-
berto Lewis, Ignacio C6rdoba, Ro-
naldo Whittaker, Sara Meza, Fede-
rico Christopher, Francisco Beatty,
Paula E. Davison and Emilio Year-
wood.
Cristobal Junior-Senior High
School Principal Charles M. Ren-
no; District Fire Commander, P. J.
Barr, Mount Hope Fire Station;
and Sgt. Egbert Willis and crew
assisted in the instruction course.



Age is a matter of mind-if you
don't mind, it doesn't matter.


Panama Canal Spillway

HAROLD R. PARFITr RICHARD L. HUNT FRANK A. BALDWIN
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
The SPILLWAY is an official Panama Canal publication. Articles may he
reprinted without further clearance. News items should arrive in the
Press Office by noon, Friday, the week prior to publication. Only urgent,
official material will be accepted after the deadline. Yearly subscriptions:
regular mail $6; regular mail students $4; airmail $19. Send check or
money order payable. to the Panama Canal Company to Chief, Admin-
istrative Services Division, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


Page 2








January 27, 1978


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Page 3


World Famous Medical Researcher Gives Lecture on Cancer at Gorgas Hospital


Dr. Albert B. Sabin, Distinguished
Research Professor of Biomedicine
of the Medical University of South
Carolina, was on the Isthmus last
week as a guest of the Panamanian
Society of Infectious Diseases.
Sabin, who is world reknowned for
his development of the oral polio
vaccine, is the author of over 300
papers on such subjects as virus
diseases of the nervous system, en-
cephalitis, dengue, sandflea fever,
and viruses and cancer.
Addressing medical personnel of
Gorgas Hospital at a special session
arranged by the Society, Sabin said
this was his second visit to the
(:anal Zone. He was sent here for
"rest and recuperation" in 1946
while serving as a colonel in the
Armed Forces after World War II,
but said he found Gorgas Hos-
pital records so fascinating that he
spent his time here researching
them.
The 72-year-old scientist spoke
to the group about immunologic
research on cancer, a field of study
that he has dedicated great amounts
of time to. The thrust of his lec-
ture was that human cancer is not
caused by viruses, an issue of great
debate in the medical world. He
said that 15 years of research have
shown that human cancer cells are
not foreign cells but are normal
cells that contain substances not
usually present in the cell except
at the time of fetal development.
What this means, said Sabin, is
that a human cannot be immunized
against cancer, as he can be for
viral diseases such as polio, since it
would be a case of immunizing
against his own cells.
Sabin said that the discovery of
substances in cancer cells that are
normally present only during the
development of the fetus is an im-
portant factor in detecting the
beginning of a cancer and/or its
recurrence. A method developed
for measuring these substances in
circulating blood can confirm a
diagnosis of cancer, he explained,
or show after treatment whether
the cancer has returned.


In an interview after the lec-
ture, Sabin commented, "Although
there is still so much to learn about
the nature of human cancer and its
control, a diagnosis of cancer
should not be regarded as a death
sentence. A considerable proportion
of the population has a much
higher chance of having life ex-
tended by the methods that are
now available."
Sabin, who admits to working
"sometimes more than 12 hours a


day," responded vigorously when
asked about the emphasis being put
once again in the United States on
making sure children are im-
munized against polio. He said,
"The problem in the United States
is not polio, it's measles."
The doctor explained that while
98 percent of the population is now
immune to polio, only about 65
percent is immune to the red meas-
les, also a dangerous viral disease.
This is due to the fact, he said, that


there was a mass immunization pro-
gram in the United States at one
time against polio, resulting over
the years in the contagious polio
paralytic virus being virtually re-
placed by the also contagious polio
vaccine virus. The end result has
been a population "vaccinating"
one another.
Sabin puts the blame for the
measles situation in the United
States on health authorities, who he
feels should make measles vaccine


as available as polio vaccine was
in the 1950's. Unlike polio, which
can also be transmitted by animals,
measles is only found in human
beings and could be wiped out by
mass immunization in the same way
smallpox has been.
After his stay in Panama, where
he addressed numerous medical
groups, Sabin travelled on to South
America, accompanied by his wife,
where he will continue his lecture
tour.


-Il--U


The man whose development of oral polio vaccine has provided millions
of children around the world with longer and more effective immunity
against that dread disease is seen at Miraflores Locks with a few of the


beneficiaries of his research. Dr. Albert Bruce Sabin poses with pre-
kindergartners from Fort Clayton during his visit to the Isthmus as a
guest of the Panamanian Society of Infectious Diseases.


39 More Canal Employees Added to December List of Retirees


An additional 39 employees
opted to close their careers with
the Panama Canal and retired at
the end of December 1977. Their
names, positions, places of employ-
ment and total years of U.S. Gov-
ernment service follow:.

Vicente Acosta, wharfbuilder, Maintenance
Division, Atlantic side: 35 years 11 months
15 days.
Dorald F. Agustin, stevedore, Terminals Di-


vision, Atlantic side: 24 years 11 months
20 days.
Nicacio Balei, plumbing worker, Maintenance
Division, Atlantic side: 36 years 5 months
18 days.
Robert Bell, seaman leader, Port Captain,
Balboa, Pacific side: 33 years 5 months
3 days.
Robert Bennett, painter, Maintenance Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 45 years 6 months
3 days.
Rupert L. Bovell, maintenanceman (dock),
Terminals Division, Atlantic side: 38 years
3 months 14 days.


Dudley Burrell, linehandler leader, Port Cap-
tain, Balboa, Pacific side: 32 years 10
months.
Victor A. Carranza, rigging worker, Indus-
trial Division, Atlantic side: 31 years
5 months 17 days.
Joscelyn A. Caton, firefighter, Fire Division,
Pacific side: 23 years 4 months.
Joseph A. Chandler, electrician helper, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 27 years 7 months
17 days.
Pastor Cirdoba, boatman (locks), Locks Di-
vision, Pacific side: 23 years 9 months
25 days.
*John A. Conn, chief engineer, towboats, Port
Captain, Cristobal, Atlantic side: 15 years
5. months 17 days.
Violet I. Del Rosario, sales store clerk,
Supply Division, Atlantic side: 35 years
2 months 7 days.
Hubert A. Dover, correctional guard, Police
Division, Pacific side: 24 years 8 months
26 days.
Guillermo Ferrara, firefighter-driver oper-
ator, Fire Division, Atlantic side: 23 years
10 months 4 days.
Edwin F. Feurtado, electrician helper, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 31 years 6 months
24 days.
Ruth Forbes, sales store clerk, Supply Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 36 years 6 months
11 days.
Dagohberto Garcia, laborer, Police Division,
Atlantic side: 24 years 26 days.
Beryl G. George, clerk, Supply Division, Pa-
cific side: 37 years 3 months 29 days.
Ted 0. Gill, security guard, Canal Protection
Division, Atlantic side: 38 years 3 months
19 -days.
Ricardo A. GonzAlez, painter, Maintenance
Division, Atlantic side: 34 years 8 months.
Edward S. Grabowski, distribution and window
clerk, Postal Division, Pacific side: 36
years 10 months 27 days.
Joseph Emanuel Grant, motor vehicle oper-
ator, Motor Transportation Division, At-
lantic side: 39 years 7 months 14 days.
Samuel F. Jones, motor vehicle operator,


Motor Transportation Division, Atlantic
side: 32 years 5 months 25 days.
Whinston Dari6n Jones, motor vehicle oper-
ator, Motor Transportation Division, At-
lantic side: 37 years 5 months 14 days.
Gilbert Myers, motor vehicle dispatcher, In-
dustrial Division, Atlantic side: 37 years
8 months 8 days.
Josi R. Nfiiez, correctional guard, Police
Division, Atlantic side: 33 years 8 months
14 days.
Leslie J. Pryce, nursing assistant, Gorgas
Hospital, Pacific side: 36 years 2 months
15 days.
Gerardo Rosas, tug seaman, Port Captain,:
Balboa, Pacific side: 37 years 1 month
19 days.
Conrado Saldafia, motor launch operator, Port
Captain, Balboa, Pacific side: 35 years
3 months 4 days.
James F. Sawyer, equipment mechanic, In-
dustrial Division, Atlantic side: 24 years
8 months 1 day.
Alvah W. Simpson, machine tool operator,
Industrial Division, Atlantic side: 38 years
7 months.
Irene Smith, sales store clerk, Supply Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 33 years.
Pablo Vanegas S., security guard, Canal
Protection Division, Atlantic side: 25 years
5 months 15 days.
David M. Wallen, fuel distribution system
worker, foreman, Marine Bunkering Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 37 years 1 month
15 days.
Jonas Watson, crane operator, Terminals Di-
vision, Atlantic side: 30 years 5 months
17 days.
Arthur C. Willocks, machine tool operator,
Industrial Division, Atlantic side: 47 years
8 months 4 days.
Milton L. Yeager, construction inspector,
Construction Division, Pacific side: 7 years
10 months 21 days.
Royman G. Young, oiler (floating plant),
Dredging Division, Pacific side: 35 years
10 months 4 days.


Stevens Retirement Party Set for February 4


Police Explorers Tom Hannigan, center, and Margaret stolen. Police Explorer Post 10-4 is conducting the
Pascavage, right, show a group of youngsters an bicycle registration program in the Canal Zone
example of the registration sticker that will help to that will continue on weekends, tomorrow through
make their hikes easily identifiable if they are lost or February 11.


John Stevens and his wife Dor-
othy will be honored at a retire-
ment-farewell party on Saturday,
February 4, at the Albrook Officers'
Club. A pay-as-you-go bar will open
at 6:30 p.m. and a steak dinner


will follow at 7:30. Music will be
provided by the Diplomats until
1 a.m. Tickets are $7.50 per person
and may be obtained from Marilyn
Gayer, 52-3130, and Barbara Shaw,
52-3445.


S. .' .









Page 4 Tm~ P i%&A C~~ SPJILWAY January 27, 1978


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, age, partisan political affiliation, or any other non-
merit factor. A separate application must be submitted for each job listed. The base
rates shown will be increased for U.S. citizens by appropriate differential plus a tax factor
where applicable. I Indicates written test requirement. Signifies a security position to be
filled only by a U.S. citizen.
Bureau Lo- Va-


PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate Division
Budget Clerk NM-5 ------_---- ----$7,176.00 Port.Captai
Carpenter Helper MG-5 ------ ---------- $2.76 Maintenanci
Cemetery Worker MG-5 ------------------------------$2.76 Corn. Serv.
Chief Engineer, Towboat FE-14 (Knowledge of English)
(License required) -------------__-------------$9.91 Dredging
Clerk-Stenographer NM-4/51 (Knowledge of
Medical terminology) -----------------$6,572.80/$7,176.00 Gorgas Hos.
Clerk-Typist NM-31 ------------ ---- $6,011.20 License Sec
Clerk-Typist NM-21 ----- -- ------------------ $5,699.20 Com. Serv.
Clerk-Typist NM-41 (Knowledge of medical
terminology desirable) ------------- --- -- $6,572.80 Gorgas Hos.
Fender Maker MG-6 -----------------------------$2.83 Industrial
Guard (Correctional) NM-4/5 (Driver's license and
shift work required) ------------------$6,572.80/$7,176.00 Police
Janitor MG-1 ---------------------------------$2.65 Com. Serv.
Laborer MG-3 --------____-------------- --- -$2.68 Cdm. Serv.
Linehandler MG-4 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) -----------------------$2.71 Locks,
Master-in-Charge, Towboat FE-16 (Knowledge of English)
(License required) ---------------- __$11.11 Dredging
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-6 (First 40 hours)
(Knowledge of English) (Driver's license required)------- $2.83 Motor Trans
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-5 (First 40 hours)
(Knowledge of English) (Driver's license required) -----$2.76 Motor Trans
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-5/7
(Shift work required) _--- ------ $7,176.00/$12,188.80 Health
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-4/7
(Shift work required) -------------- -- $6,572.80/$12,188.80 Gorgas Hos.
Orthopedic Cast Technician NM-5/6---- $7,176.00/$11,003.20 Gorgas Hos.
Painter Helper MG-5 ------------___----------------- _$2.76 Maintenance
Palancaman MG-6 (Swimming ability required) _.-- .-$2.83 Engineering
Pilot-in-Training CP-2 (First 40 hours)
(Knowledge of English) ---- __--- ----- $25,251.20 Transit Ope
Plumbing Worker MG-7 (Driver's license for
motor scooter required) ----------- ___-------------- $3.14 Maintenance
Program Manager NM-11/12 __------- $17,638.40/$20,862.40 Adm. Serv.
Recreation Aid NM-2/3
(Part-Time NTE 30 hours) (Knowledge of English)
(Water Safety Instructor's certificate required)- $2.74/$2.89 Schools
Rigger Helper MG-5 ------ ----------------------$2.76 Industrial
Seaman MG-7 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) -------------- -- ------$3.14 Dredging
Shipfitter Helper MG-5 _---------------- $2.76 Industrial
Supervisory Auditor NM-12 ----_---------- -- $20,862.40 0. Fin. VP
Time and Leave Clerk NM-3 (Intermittent) ------ --- $6,011.20 Industrial
Ward Attendant MG-2 (Shift work required).----- -._. $2.66 Gorgas Hos.


tion cies
n A 1
e A 1
A 1

P 4

P 1
. P 1
P 1
P 1

P 1
A 1

P 1
A 1
P 1

P 1


P

i. A

A-P

A-P

P
P
e A
P


r.

e


TEMPORARY POSITIONS
Carpenter Helper MG-5 (NTE 1 year)-------- ---------$2.76 Maintenance A 2
Carpentry Worker MG-7 (NTE 1 year)--- -------------- $3.14 Maintenance -A 4
Clerk-Typist NM-3 (Knowledge of English)
(NTE 1 year) -------------------- --------- $6,011.20 Dredging P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-41 (Knowedge of Spanish)
(NTE 8 months). ----------------- $6,572.80 Personnel P 2
Laborer MG-3 (NTE 9-20-78) --------------------- $2.68 Maintenance A 4
Messman MG-3 (No English required)
(Swimming ability required) (NTE 1 year)-----------.--- $2.68 Dredging P 1
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-5 (First 40 hours)
(Knowledge of English) (Driver's license
required) (NTE 1 year).--------------------- ------ $2.76 Motor Trans. P 3
Painting Worker MG-7 (NTE 9-20-78).------ ---- $3.14 Maintenance A 6
Recreation Assistant NM-3 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours)
(Water Safety Instructor's certificate required) (flTE 1 year) $2.89 Rec. Serv. 0. P 1
Seaman MG-7 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) (NTE 1 year)------------ --$3.14 Dredging P 6
Welder MG-10b (NTE 9-20-78) ----------------------- $7.07 Maintenance A 2
Welder Helper MG-5 (NTE 9-20-78)------__------ ------__ $2.76 Maintenance A 2
Applications must be submitted to the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366,
Ancon, or Building 1105, Cristobal, on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER, no later than
seven (7) calendar days from the date of this publication. This 7-day deadline is si'b ect
to extension at the request of the Division advertising the vacancy, or as decided by the
Chief, Employment and Placement Branch. Qualification standards may be reviewed at either
of these offices or at the Canal Zone Library. Further information may be obtained from the
Employment and Placement Branch, telephone 52-3583, 52-7867 or 43-1288. Qualified hand-
icapped individuals may call or visit the Coordinator for the Employment of the Handicapped
Program for counseling with regard to any of the above-listed vacancies. The Coordinator's
office is located in Building 345, Room 101, Ancon, C.Z., telephone 52-7570.


IEEE To Install New Board of Directors


The Panama Section of the In-
stiute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) will hold
its annual dinner meeting to install

Canal,Model Room Hours
The Model Room is open to the
public weekdays during the fol-
lowing hours:
Monday and Wednesdays, 12
noon to 5 p.m.; Tuesdays, 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. to
4 p.m.; and Fridays, 12 noon to
4 p.m.


its new board of directors on Feb-
-ruary 1. The event will be held at
the Washington Room of the Hotel
El Panama and will begin at
7:30 p.m.
The outgoing chairman, Carlos
E. Rodriguez, will swear-in the new
board of directors: Horacio F. Alfa-
ro, chairman; Antonio Raven, vice-
chairman; Manuel L6pez Espla, sec-
retary; Carlos Fong, treasurer; and
Jos6 Troitifio, vocal. For reserva-
tions, call Jorge T. Alemin, 52-7763
or Rafael Pearson, 25-0288.


Karl Shirley of the Division of Schools received a bronze medallion and
certificate during 1978 Gallon Club ceremonies at Gorgas Hospital. Shirley's
donation of 4 gallons of blood put him at the head of the list of donors.
Health Director Col. Albert L. Gore also presented bronze medallions to
Frank Raymond, Clois Duffile and Richard Zornes for donating 3 gallons of
blood, and to James Nellis, James Des Londes, Antonio Dunn-Moodie
and Thomas Grimison, 2-gallon donors. Col. John Simmons, director of
Gorgas Hospital, awarded silver medallions to 1 gallon donors. With
Shirley is Graciela Vilas, Gorgas Hospital Blood Bank supervisor.


Senators Meet Employees
(Continued from p. 1)


"optimum," but because given the
A 5 range of alternatives, ratification is
the best course. He said, "I have
A 1
P 1 indicated that I'm favorable to the
P 1
treaties as I'm confident they will
be changed in effect in connection
A 1 with the action of the Foreign Rela-
A I1 'tions Committee," but added that'

P 1 he hadn't "made a final commit-
A 1 ment."
P 1 Javits said he believes the treaties
A I will come up for consideration in
the Senate in April.


Sarbanes said he preferred to


finish the hearing process in his
committee before reaching a judg-
ment on how he will vote.
Javits said the Senate's decision
would have to be based on the
national interest rather than the in-
terests of individual groups. When
asked by a civic council member-
whether the national interest would
be better served if the will of the
people were followed on the Canal
issue, Javits replied, "My job is to
lead, not only to follow."


Carl Browne Retires
(Continued from p. 1)


"Honorary Aide to the Governor"
and in 1971, he was included in
the Who's Who in Government. He
received a Distinguished Service
Award from the United Way in
1975.
In addition to his professional
career, Browne has made invaluable
contributions to the community as
president of the Cristobal Civic
Council; chairman and on the Board
of Directors, Canal Zone Red Cross;
president and on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Canal Zone Credit
Union; president of the Chagres
Fund; member and chairman of the
Advisory Council of the Canal Zone
College; Board of Management,
YMCA; Board of Directors, United
Way; member of the Canal Zone
Heart Association and Panama West
Rotary.
He is a member of the Canal
Zone Society of Professional Engi-
neers (president, 1956); the Amer-
ican Society of Civil Engineers
(vice president, 1966-67; president,
1968-69); the Society of American
Military Engineers; the American
Society of Public Administration;
Reserve Officers Association (pres-
ident, Canal Zone Department of
ROA of United States 1954-55);
National Society of Professional En-
gineers (member of the National
Board of Directors from 1966-68);
and he served in the U.S. Army


Reserve 1942-68, retiring as
colonel.
Browne has two children by
a previous marriage; David L.
Browne, an engineer with Kaiser
Engineers, San Francisco, Calif. and
Mrs. Barry V. Hansen, of North
Haven, Conn. Mrs. Browne's chil-
dren, A. Grover Matheney and
Mrs. Landis Major, are residents
of Panama.

Brownes' Farewell Party
A farewell party for Blanche and
Carl J. Browne will be held Friday,
February 3, at the Albrook Officers'
Club.
A pay-as-you-go bar, open at
6:30 p.m., will be followed by a
sit-down buffet dinner including
prime beef roast.
Dress for men is coat and tie.
Tickets are $7.50 per person and
include a gift. They are available
by calling 52-3527 or any of the.
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau division chiefs; the Credit
Union, 52-2745; or the YMCA,
52-2839.

Passbook Verification
Balboa Federal Credit Union
No. 5849 is conducting a passbook
verification as of December 31,
1977. Members are asked to bring
their passbooks for verification be-
ginning Monday, January 30.


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


."~".. ~5~


Pen Women Ask

Community's Aid

To Protect Art

Over the Christmas holidays, a
work of art was stolen from an ex-
hibit of the Canal Zone and Pan-
ama Branch of the National League
of American Pen Women at the
Civil Affairs Building. League
members are offering a $10 reward
for information leading to the
recovery of the piece, a white horse
done in fine embroidery on a black
background with white matting in
a 16-inch square black wooden
frame.
The Canal Zone arid Panama
Branch of the League, organized
in 1950, has been tireless in its
efforts to promote appreciation of
the arts. Through exhibits in the
old Tivoli Hotel, the Civil Affairs
Building, the Administration Build-
ing, the banks, military and civilian
clubs, at Morgan's Gardens, and in
its annual Outdoor Art Show in
Stevens Circle, the Pen Women
have shared with the public their
talent and creative work. In addi-
tion, they have offered a fine arts
scholarship every year since 1969
to a deserving student iii the field
of art, letters or music.
League members are asking the
community to become involved in
preventing the theft of works of
art on display in public places.
They request that the handling of
any part of'an exhibits by anyone
other than the League's Gallery
chairperson be reported to the
Canal Zone Police.


Caribbean Kennel Club

To Sponsor Dog Show
Entry applications are now being
accepted by the Caribbean Kennel
Club for its First National Dog
Show to be held at 2 p.m., Sunday,
February 12, at the Fort Amador
Baseball Stadium. There will be sep-
.arate competitions for young dogs,
adult dogs, and children handling
their dogs.
Applications can be secured from
the office of the Club Canino de
Panama and the Fort Clayton Pet
Care Center. Entry fee is $5.
A limited number of applications
will be accepted and the cut-off
date is Wednesday, February 8.
The show promises to be a
pleasant outing for the entire fam-
ily. In addition to the canine com-
petition, the Abou Saad Shrine
clowns will entertain during inter-
Smission. For further information
telephone Mrs. Patrick 0. Donald-
son, 52-2920 or Mrs. Edwin J.
Wardlow, 52-6439.

Six Vacancies at MTC
Marine Traffic Control, La Boca,
has six vacancies for MTC Assist-
ant. Fluent English, desire and
ability to learn, and willingness to
work shifts are the main qualifica-
tions required. The positions start
at NM-5 and, upon satisfactory per-
formance, incumbent is promoted
one grade every 6 months for
2 years until the target NM-9 is
reached. The PACE exam is re-
quired for qualification and can be
taken upon request by arranging
with the Central Examining Office.
For further information, call
52-3645.


January 27, 1978


Page 4









Preocupan a Residentes


Los Derechos Humanos


--W

A-" ~ ~ ~ ~ -^rS SSS..^- ?
bh' li Br a




IEt1
^a~~I ,: ? &-.i ^


Los miembros de la delegaci6n del Comit6 de Rela- Conley, Secretario Ejecutivo de la Zona del Cai
ciones Exteriores del Senado observan la magnificencia Senador Clifford Case; Senador Claiborne Pell y S
de la operaci6n del Canal desde la parte superior de Gobernador H. R. Parfitt; y los Senadores P
las compuertas de las Esclusas de Miraflores. Varies Sarbanes y Charles Percy. No aparecen en la grafica
de' los Senadores se reunieron con residents de la Senadores John Sparkman y Jacob Javits, que tamb
Zona del Canal en sus hogares durante su estadia en estuvieron aqui.
el Istmo. De izquierda a derecha- aparecen: J. Patrick


Se Jubila Carl Browne; Viajara al Lejano Oriente


Carl J. Browne, subdirector, Di-
recci6n de Ingenieria y Construe-
ci6n desde 1965, clausura su carrera
con el Canal despues de mAs de
39 afios al acogerse a la jubilaci6n
a fines del present mes. El y su
esposa, Blanche Adler, fijaran su
residencia en Columbia, Carolina
del Sur, despues de una extensa
gira por el Oriente.
Como subdirector de la Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n du-
rante los iltimos 12 afios, Browne
ha proporcionado continuidad en
las operaciones de la direcbi6n al
introducir a su nuevo cargo a cada
titular de la direcci6n, que es un
official military asignado por un pe-
riodo de 3 afios, orientandolo sobre
las innumerables y complejas fun-
ciones comprendidas en la empresa
del Canal.
Nacido en Avon, Nueva York,
Browne se gradu6 en 1938 de la
Universidad de Cornell como inge-
niero civil. Mats tarde asisti6 a la
Escuela Graduada de Administra-
ci6n Piblica de Cornell. En 1966
complete con 6xito el Seminario
para Ejecutivos de la Comisi6n de
Servicio Civil estadounidense "Pro-
grama de Administraci6n Federal"
en Kings Point, Nueva York, y la
"Conferencia para Ejecutivos del
Program Federal y de Administra-


ci6n" del -Instituto Brookings en
Williamsburg, Virginia, en 1972.
Inmediatamente despues de su
graduaci6n en 1938 se incorpor6 al
Canal de Panama, iniciando su ca-
rrera distinguida como estudiante


Carl J. Browne

ingeniero. Un aiio miAs tarde, em-
pez6 a trabajar en las distintas fa-
ses de la .construcci6n en cl campo,
ascendiendo a gerente de proyec-


tos que comprendi6 la supervise
de la construcci6n y el mant
miento de proyectos de constr
ci6n desde viviendas hasta inst
ciones para el manejo de combu
ble. Subiendo la escalera de pro
ciones, Browne ha ocupado las
siciones de Ayudante del Intend
te de Construcci6n, Ingeniero
balterno, Ingeniero Ayudante
Edificaci6n (Divisi6n de Edif
ci6n); Jefe, Divisi6n de Mant
miento, Distrito Sur; e Ingen]
de Mantenimiento antes de ocu
su posici6n actual.
Browne prest6 servicio mi
desde 1942 hasta 1946.
En su capacidad de Subdire
de la Direcci6n, ha tenido la
ponsabilidad de coordinar los I
yectos entire el Canal de Panam
la Rep6blica de Panama, y su
periencia y ascsoramiento tkc
en los campos de servicios publ
han contribuido significantemeni
mejorar las relaciones entire
Elstados Unidos y Panama.
En reconocimiento de su sern
superior a la organizaci6n del Ca
ha recihido cnho Premios por
sempclio Sobrcsaliente. En 196(
fue presentada una Llave Mae
a las Esclusas en el grado de "A
dante Honorario del Gobernai
(Continmia en la pdgisn


El Senador Jacob Javits (R-Nue-
va York) dijo a un grupo de repre-
sentantes de los consejos civicos y
de los sindicatos laborales que la
posibilidad de perder el 70 por
ciento de las mano de obra esta-
dounidense que trabaja en la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal, si los nuevos
tratados con Panama son ratificados,
es un riesgo que el Senado tendrA
que correr.
La declaraci6n del Senador fue
en contestaci6n a un comentario
hecho por un resident de la Zona
del Canal de que en una encuesta
reciente, el 70 por ciento de los em-
pleados estadounidenses del Canal
indic6 que se iria del Istmo si los
M= tratados son aprobados.
Durante su visit aqui la semana
pasada como parte de la delegaci6n
del Comit6 de Relaciones Exteriores.
del Senado, los Senadores Javits y
Paul Sarbanes (D-Maryland) se
* reunieron en una residencia privada
en la Zona del Canal.
Tambi6n visitaron el Istmo con
el objeto de reunir informaci6n an-
nal; tes del inicio de las audiencias fina-
3ra.; les del Comite sobre el Tratado, el
?aul Presidente del Comite, John Spark-
los man (D-Alabama), y los Senadores
hi6n Frank Church (D-Idaho), Claiborne
Pell (D-Rhode Island), Clifford
Case (R-Nueva Jersey), y Charles
Percy (R-Illinois).
Los miembros de la comunidad
expresaron a los dos Senadores sus
inquietudes sobre la protecci6n de
los derechos humans en la Zona
del Canal cuando el control juris-
diccional de la Zona del Canal pase
a la Republica de PanamA al cabo
78 del period de transici6n de 3 afios,
I segin lo estipulado en los tratados.
El Senador Javits respondi6 di-
ciendo: "Mi opinion personal es que
hay muy poca probabilidad de abu-
si6n so de los derechos humans, los
erii- cuales estariamos en capacidad de
ruc- remediar mientras nuestra presencia
;ala- fisica siga omnipresente aqui, y esto
isti- sera hasta el afio 2000".
mo- Ambos Senadores recalcaron al
po- grupo que, al cabo de 23 afios cuan-
len- do Panama asuma el control, si se
Su- efect6a la ratificaci6n, muy pocos
de de los que actualmente trabajan con
ica- la organizaci6n del Canal tendran
eni- edad para seguir trabajando. Sar-
iero banes le dijo a los representantes
ipar de la comunidad, "La verdad es
que el Canal no sera entregado a
litar Panama en media significativa de
ese t6rmino. hasta final de siglo".


ctor
res-
pro-
-a y
ex-
lico
icos
te a
los

vicio
final,
De-
), le
estra
Lyu-
dor"
a 4)


I Le preguntaron si 61 estaria dis-
puesto a apoyar la enmienda suge-
rida por el Senador Robert Dole
(R-Kansas) de que tel period de
transici6n sea extendido hasta el
afio 1990. Javits respondi6 que 61
"no haria promesas de ninguna in-
dole o naturaleza sobre si daria o
no su apoyo a las enmiendas" y dijo
que 61 estaba present para obtener
los puntos de vista de los emplea-
dos y para expresar los de 61l a
ellos.
El Senador indic6 a un miembro
de la comunidad que demostr6 in-
ter6s con respect al problema de
los derechos humans, que ya ha-
bia ciudadanos estadounidenses vi-
viendo bajo la jurisdicci6n paname-
iia en la Rep6blica, y que esta
relaci6n parecia ser feliz. El resi-
dente respondi6 que aparentemente
los negociadores del Tratado tenian
ciertas dudas sobre el buen resul-
tado que tendria en cuanto a los
ciudadanos estadounidenses en la
Zona del Canal, ya que habian in-
cluido en el Tratado una clAusula
de inmunidad diplomAtica para los
funcionarios de alto nivel de la
Comisi6n del Canal.
Un representante del consejo ci-
vico latinoamericano que 'estuvo
present le dijo a los Senadores que
ni el Tratado ni su legislaci6n de
ejecuci6n se ajustan adecuadamen-
te a los deseos del empleado del
Canal. "Es necesario", les dijo, "en-
mendar el lenguaje confuse (en el
Tratado) que trata sobre los em-
pleados, porque se necesitan em-
pleados para hacer funcionar este
Canal".
Un representante del sindicato
laboral indic6 que la legislaci6n
propuesta sobre la jubilaci6n anti-
cipada estipulada en el Articulo X
del Tratado, "no es much mAs li-
beral que el que ya esta en vigen-
cia".-Inst6 a los Senadores a que
ofrecieran incentives para que val-
ga la pena que el empleado se
quede.
Javits respondi6 que despubs de
su visit aqui hace un afio, pudo
darse cuenta que un "problema
principal" que surgiria con la apro-
baci6n del Tratado seria "la gente
que trabaja aqui". Dijo que en el
informed que present sobre su 61-
tima visit mencion6 que "Podria-
mos encontrarnos con un Canal pero
sin personal para hacerlo funcionar".
El Senador Javits dijo que si el
(Continta en la pdgina 4)


Senda Unida Escenificara' La Novicia Rebelde en Agosto


La popular obra musical de Broad-
way The Sound of Music (La Novi-
cia Rebelde) ha sido escogida por
la Senda Unida de la Zona del
Canal para su presentaci6n este
verano.
La obra clasica de Rodgers y
Hammerstein sera dirigida por
Bruce Quinn y coproducida con el
Theatre Guild.
La Novicia Rebelde es la histo-
ria de la familiar Von Trapp que es-
cap6 de su tierra natal Austria,
cuando los alemanes la ocuparon a
fines de la d6cada del treinta. La
obra se desarrolla alrededor de
Maria, una joven postulante que


deja el convento para asumir el car-
go de institutriz de los site hijos
del viudo Von Trapp. De esta rela-
ci6n floreci6 una historic de amor y
de valor.
La obra fue un gran 6xito en
Broadway, con Mary Martin en el
papel de Maria Von Trapp, y en la
version cinematogrAfica la actriz N
cantante Julie Andrews gan6 un
premio de la academia por su de-
sempcio del mismo papel.
La selecci6n de actors para la
producci6n local empezarai en junio,
y la obra sera presentada durante
15 noches en el mes de agosto. Se
piensa presentar La Novicia Rebel-


de en ingl6s y en espafiol, lo cual
require dos repartos. J6venes v
adults tendrin oportunidad de ac-
tuar en los papeles principles como
cantantes y actors.
Este es el 159 afio consecutive.
que la Senda Unida present una
obra de maximo 6xito a la comuni-
dad de la Zona del Canal. Ademais
de coproducir My Fair Lady y
Applause, con el Theatre Guild, la
Senda Unida ha presentado iOkla-
homa!, The King and I, The Music
Man, West Side Story, Show Boat,
iOliverl, 1776, Fiddler on the Roof,
Camelot, The Wizard of Oz, Man
of La Mancha y Mame.


El Gobernador H. R. Parfitt ensefia al actor John Wayne fotografias de
"antes" y "despues" del Canal y de la Zona del Canal publicadas en la
mis reciente edici6n del PANAMA CANAL REVIEW. En el Edificio de
Administraci6n, las labores fueron interrumpidas por unos mementos por
los empleados, que querian ver al famoso actor cuando Ilegaba a hacerle
la visit de cortesia al Gobernador.


M/is de 63 Anios al Seroicio del Comercio Mlundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Viernes 27 de Enero de 19


Vol. XVI, No. 23


VL6L2=Lio


I


or








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 27, 1978


Viernes 27 de Enero de 1978


RAINBOW CITY
(Aire Acondicionado)
Domingo y lunes-Moving Violation
(SIT) (PG)
Martes y mi/rcoles-Marathon Man (SIT) (R)


Jueves-Seven Percent Solution (PG)
PARAISO
Domingo-Three Women (SIT) (PG)
Lunes-New York, New York (PG)
Miircoles-Silver Streak (SIT) (R)


'4t ;~ we

as 1





to .r~


U


GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general para personas de todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere
la Guia de los Padres, pues parte de la pelicula no sera apta para niilos. (R) Restringida.
Menores de 17 alos tendrin que ir acompanados de uno de los padres o su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitiri menores de 17 ainos. (SIT) Titulos en espatiol.


Canxal Z
VIERNES
10:00-Programa Religioso
11:30-Flika
12:00-Batman
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Cine Vespertino
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza S6samo
4:00-Mundo Infantil
5:00-La Tremenda Corte
5:30-Tierra de Gigantes
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Donny & Marie
8:30-Acci6n y Misterio
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda
SABADO
11:00-De Mujer a Mujer
12:00-Cocina Oster*
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Fitbol en TV-2
2:00-El Ancho Mundo del
Deporte
3:00-Patrulla Secreta
4:00-Biblioteca Musical
del 2
4:30-Cine Sabatino
6:30-Tevedas Informa
7:30-Disco '77
8:00-Historia Policial
9:00-Archivo Confidencial
10:00-Cine de Oro
DOMINGO
10:00-Santa Misa
10:30-Documental
11:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00-Loteria
12:30-Boxeo de Ayer y Hoy


CaXial
VIERNES
10:50-Documental
10:55-Festival de Cartone
11:15-El Arte de Cocinarc
11:45-Dos Locos Disponibl
12:00-Candilejas *
12:45-Meridiano VGRB
1:00-Informative del Mei
1:30-Otra Vez Ayer
2:30-Maiiana Sera Otro D
3:00-Mundos Opuestos
3:30-Astro Boy
4:00-El Inspector Ardilla
4:30-Los Secretes de Isis
5:00-Los Trotamundos
5:30-Los Hiroes de Hogar
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Pentagrama "
8:00-Lo Imperdonable
9:00-La Indomable
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutoe
10:15-Viernes Deportivo
SABADO
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartone:
10:45-Visi6n"
11:15-Colonizadores del Fi
11:45-Cazadores de Fanta:
12:15-Hogar Dulce Hogar*
12:45-Informative
1:30-Martinez Blanco
4:00-Daktari
5:00-Perdjdos evi el Espai
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Emergencia 0
8:00-Joe Forrester
9:00-Centro Mrdico"
10:00-Cine Monumental
DOMINGO
9:00-Himno Nacional
9:04-Documental
9:15-La Santa Misa *
10:00-Ciencia para los Jiv
10:30-Todo per la Patria 0
12:00-Salvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Topo Gigio
1:00-Domingo Deportivo
6:00-300 Millones


S 'A colors. Sjiteto a camrios sin previo aCisoi


2:00-Club PTL
3:00-Cowboy in Africa
4:00-Cine de Accidn
5:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Switch
8:00-El Hombte Nuclear
9:00-Best Seller
10:00--Superestreno
LUNES
11:30-0so Ben
12:00-Batman
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Cine Vespertino
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza Sdsamo*
4:00-Los Muppets
4:30-Corre Camino
5:00-La Tremenda Corte
5:30-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-La Mujer Maravilla
8:30-Cine favoritoo
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda
MARTES
10:00-Programa Religioso
11:30-Speedy Gonzalez
12:00-Batman
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Cine Vespertino
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza Sesamo"
4:00-Marine Boy
4:30-Porky Pig
5:00-La Tremenda Corte
5:30-Cheyenne
6:30-Tevedds Informa
7:30-Eduardo VII
8:30-Calles de San Francisco


9:30-Enfoque
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda
MIERCOLES
11:30-Lassie
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Cine Vespertino
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza Sesamu*
4:00--Pjaro Loco
4:30-Johnny Quest
5:00-La Tremenda Corte
5:30-77 Sunset Strip
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Programa Especial
8:30-En Busca de...
9:00-Trilogia Policiaca
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda

JUEVES
10:00-Programa Religiose
11:30-Flipper
12:00-Batman
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Cine Vespertino
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza Sesamoo
4:00-Shazam
4:30-Batman
5:00-La Tremenda Corte
5:30-Surfside 6
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-Baretta
8:30-Lo Mejor del Boxeo
10:00-M*A*S*H
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda


4 O*A colors. Suieto a cambios sin previo aviso.
7:00-Tigres Voladores 10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
8:00-Kojak 10:15-Cine Colosal
s 9:00-Hawai 5-0 MIERCOLES
10:00-Gran Cine 10:45-Documental
les 10:55-Festival de Cartones
LUNES 11:15-El Arte de Cocinar 0
I0:45-Prrgrama Educativo l de Cartones
diedia 11:00-Festival de Cartnes 12:00-Sorteo de los Miircoles
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar 10 Kn ir oscopio
12:30- Kaleidoscopin
Dia 11:45- s Locw Edipoibls 12:45--Meridiano VGRB
12:00-Show de Eduardo 1:00-Informative del Mediodia
Segundo 1:30-0Otra Vez Ayer
12:45-Meridiano VGRB 2:30-Mafiana Sera Otro Dia
1:00-lnformative del Mediodia 3:00-Mundos puestos
1:30-Otra Vez Ayer 3:30-Astro Boy
S 2:30-Malana Ser Otro Dia 4:00-El Inspector Ardilla
3:00--Mundos Opuestos 4:30-Los Secretes de Isis
3:30-Astro Boy 5:00-Los Trotamundos
4:00-El Inspector Ardilla 5:30-Los Hiroes de Hogan
4:30-Los Secretos de Isis 6:00-Telenoticias RPC
s 5:00 os tamun 7:00-Un Angel Llamado
5:30-Los Heroes de Hogan Andrea
6:00--Telenoticias RPC 8:00-Lo Imperdonable
7:00 -Chespirito 09:00-La Indomablo
8:00-Le Imperdonable 10:00 --uestin de Minutos
s 9:00-La Indomable 10:15-Cine Colosal
10:00-Cuestiin de Minutos
ituro 10:15-Encuentro JUEVES
mas 10:40- Documental -
MARTES 10:45-Documental de la
10:40-Documental Universidad
10:50-Documental de la 11:15-El Arte de Cocinar
Universidad 11:45--Dos Locos Disponibles
cio 11:15-El Arte de Cocinar 12:00-La Criada Bien Criada*
11:45-Dos Locos Disponibles 12:45-Meridiano VGRB
12:00-Antesala 1:00-Informative del Mediodia
12:45-Meridiano VGRB 1:30-Otra Vez Ayer
1:00-Informative del Mediodia 2:30-Mariana Sera Otro Dia
1:30-0tra Vez Ayer 3:00-Mundos Opuestos
2:30-Maiiana Sera Otro Dia 3:30-Astro Boy
3:00-Mundos Opuestos 4:00-El Inspector Ardilla
3:30-Astro Boy 4:30-Los Secretos de Isis
4:00-El Inspector Ardilla 5:00-Los Trotamundos
4:30-Los Secretos de Isis 5:30-Los Hiroes de Hogan
enes 5:00-Los Trotamundos 6:00-Telenoticias RPC
5:30-Los H6roes de Hogan 7:00-Super Especial
6:00-Telenoticias RPC 8:00-Lo Imperdonable
7:00-Paginas de Ore 9:00-La Indomable
8:00-Lo Imperdonable 10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
9:00-La Indomable 10:15--Cine Colosal


La Compafiia Thespian NQ 217 de la Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal,
presentara el melodrama "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" o "Tempted,
Tried, and True" en el auditorio de la escuela, las noches del 9 al 12 de
febrero. El tel6n subirA a las 8 p.m. El elenco de la obra, que se desarro-
ila durante la alegre d6cada del noventa son, de izquierda a derecha, pri-
mera fila: Leanne Mans, Ron Palomares, Betty Sawyers, Suzanne Steele y
Dianne Sperling. Segunda fila: John Holland, Kathy Kredell, Glenn Brandl
y Jackie Sell. Parada frente al letrero aparece Leslie Stabler.


La semana del 5 al 11 de febrero
marca la 30 Semana Nacional de
la Salud Dental de la Nifiez. Como
parte de la observaci6n, el SPILL-
WAY, junto con la Sociedad Dental
de la Zona del Canal de PanamA,
presentarA una series de articulos
sobre hechos que used deberia
saber sobre la salud dental.
El dentist nos ha comunicado
que nuestro hijo de 13 aiios tiene
enfermedad de las encias. AC6mo
puede un niiio tan joven desarrollar
esta enfermedad?
La enfermedad de las encias cau-
sa gran p6rdida de dientes entire
adults, pero tambien afecta a los
nifios. Seg6n las iltimas 'estadisticas
del Departamento de Sanidad, Edu-
caci6n y Bienestar Social de los Es-
tados Unidos, aproximadamente el
68 por ciento de la juventud de la
Naci6n muestra sefias visible de
enfermedad period6ntica o de las
encias-generalmente de tipo leve.
Desafortunadamente, a menos
que se tomen medidas preventivas,
la enfermedad progress sobre largo
period de tiempo con poco o nin-
gmin dolor, destruyendo las encias,
el huesp y otras estructuras que so-
portan los dientes. Con frecuencia
un mayor porcentaje de los proble-
mas period6nticos que se presentan
mais tarde en la vida, pueden atri-
buirse a negligencia o a higiene

Classes de Buceo los

Martes en 'Y' de Balboa
El YMCA de Balboa esta ofre-
ciendo una clase Avanzada de
Buceo s6lo para buzos certificados a
partir del martes 31 de enero. Las
sesiones en el sal6n seran celelbra-
das cada martes de 6 a 8:30 p.m.
durante 8 semanas, y cada fin de
semana dedicarain un dia mis a la
capacitaci6n en el agaa a fin de
aumentar el tralbajo en el salon.
Durante el curso estarAn expucstos
a la maxima variedad possible de
situaciones de buceo, tales como
iarcos, muelles, orillas, lagos, ocea-
nos, dep6sitos de agua, rios, oleajes,
corrientes y buceo dentro do las
algas.
Las classes de ejercicios para so-
/ioras dirigidas por Gitti Stevenson
continman ofreci6ndose 4. dias por
semana en el "Y" do Balhloa. Las
classes son de 9 a 10 a.m. los lunes
y jueves, y de 4:30 a 5:30 p.m. los
martes y jueves. Los participants
en los ejercicios recibirin un des-
cuento especial sobre los precious
del sauna y de los masajes.


oral inadecuada durante la nifiez.
El problema comnienza con la pla-
ca bacteriana que es una substancia
pegajosa e incolora que se encuen-
tra en la boca de todas las personas.
Poco despubs de habe ringerido co-
midas o bebidas azucaradas, las bac-
terias de la placa comienzan a pro-
ducir Acidos daiiinos que atacan el
esmalte de los dientes. La.frecuente
y repetida exposici6n a substancias
azucaradas hace que estos Acidos
desgasten el esmalte, eventualmen-
te produciendo las caries. Pero esta
misma substancia tambien causa
irritaci6n de las encias, haciendolas
sensibles hasta el punto de sangrar.
Si la placa no es removida a diario
mediante la limpieza cuidadosa con
cepillo de dientes y con hilo dental,
se pondrA espesa hasta convertirse
en un dep6sito llamado cAlculo den-
tal. A media que se acumula el
cAlculo, las encias lentamente se
van separando de los dientes, de-
jando bolsas profundas donde se
acumula la bacteria.
Eventualmente, si no se recibe
tratamiento, los tejidos y los huesos
alrededor de los dientes son des-
truidos, y los dientes saludables se
aflojan y se caen.
Generalmente hay dos etapas de
enfermedad period6ntica: gingivitis
o encias inflamadas y periodontitis,
irritaci6n de la raiz dental.
La mejor media de prevention
es: cepillarse los dientes regular-
mente y limpiarlos con hilo dental,
hacer visits regulars al dentist y
observer una dieta adecuada.

Bailes de Cuadrilla Feb. 4
El Club de Bailes de Cuadrilla
"Twin City" de Pedro Miguel ofre-
cerA una demostracion de Iailes de
cuadrilla durante su Noche de Car-
naval annual que tendri lugar en el
local Kelvin, Calle 16, Rio Abajo,
cl sAiado 4 de febrero.
El Profesor Eric Garcia y sus
Cinco Progresivos estaran rdisponi-
bles para interpreter lo ultimo en
la mi6sica de cuadrilla.


USO-J Ofrece


Gran Variedad


De Actividades

El Centro Judio Comunal USO
y de las Fuerzas Armadas en La
Boca ofrece una variedad de acti-
vidades a fin de satisfacer los mu-
chos interests de la comunidad.
Se ofreceran classes de baile del
Oriented Medio (belly dancing) para
principiantes y avanzados de 5 a
6:15 p.m. y una falda de gasa ador-
nada con lentejuelas para este baile,
un par de platillos digitales y un
folleto de instrucciones son inclui-
dos en el cost de estas classes.
Tambien ofrecerAn classes para ni-
fios de 7 a 12 afios de edad los
jueves, y classes de preballet para
niios de 3 a 6 alios de edad.
Cada mi6rcoles se ofrecen classes
de pintura neoimpresionista y para
fines del present mes se presentarA
una exhibici6n de cuadros al 61eo
pintados por Christine Meny.
Las classes de la lengua hebrea
son dictadas los domingos, y las de
Yoga a las 8 p.m. los sabados. Una
noche de "bridge" ha sido progra-
mada para fines de este mes, y- el
Rabino Reis presentara una series
de seis conferencias sobre los Per-
gaminos del Mar Muerto.
Ademzis de las classes, habrA ac-
tividades en grupo tales corio los
hailes tipicos PanAmigos a las
3 p.m. los domingos. La Sociedad
Audubon, Radioaficionados, Filate-
lia Caribbean, Nifias Guias, Fede-
raci6n Americana de Empleados
del Gobierno (AFGE), y la Socie-
dad NumismAtica y los Unitarios
se relinen regularmente en el "J".
Los servicios religiosos judios son
celebrados a las 7:30 p.m. los vier-
nes y a las 10 a.m. los sabados.
Para mAs informaci6n Ilame al
52-5972.

Graddan 23 Instructores

De Seguridad en el Agua
Los siguientes nuevos Instructo-
res de Seguridad en el Agua se gra-
duaron recientemente de un curso
dirigido por el Instructor y Supervi-
sor Emilio Singh, en la Piscina de
Coco Solo: Carol Heye, Gerianne
Foster, Josn F. Navarro, Richard
Murphy, Clayton Walker, Andrew
Evans, Kirk Wallace, Glenn Brandl,
John L. Davison y Craig Minshew.
Tambien Kathy Corrigan, An-
selmo A. Britton, Fermin Barker,
Wilfredo Anderson, Florentino GAl.
vez, Roberto Lewis, Ignacio C6r-
doba, Ronaldo Whittaker, Sara
Meza, Federico Christopher, Fran-
cisco Beatty, Paula E. Davison y
Emilio Yearwood.
El Director de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Crist6bal Charles M.
Renno, el Comandante Distritorial
de Bomberos P. J. Barr, de la Es-
taci6n de Bomberos de Mount
Hope, y ci Sargento Egbert Willis
y dotaci6n colaboraron en la ins-
trucciori.



La edad es cuesti6n de la men-
te-si no la recuerda, no tiene
importancia.


Spillway del Canal de Panama

HAROLD R. PARFITT RICHARD L. HUNT FRANK A. BALDWIN
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal Vicegobernador Director de Infonnacid6
El SPILLWAY es una publicaci6n official del Canal de PanamA. Los articulos
que en ella aparecen pueden ser reproducidos libremente. Toda colabora-
ci6n debe estar en la Oficina de Prensa antes del mediodia del viernes
anterior a su publicaci6n. Despubs de esa fecha s6lo se aceptarAn noticias
oficiales de urgencia. Subscripci6n annual: correo ordinario $6; correo ordi-
nario, para estudiantes $4; correo a6reo $19. Enviese cheque o giro postal
a favor de The Panama Canal Company y dirigido a: Jefe de Servicios
Administrativos, Box M, Balboa Heights, C. Z.


Pagina 2


--1










Enero 27, 1978


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Investigador Midico de Fama Mundial da Plitica Sobre Cincer en el Hospital Gorgas


El Dr. Albert B. Sabin, distingui-
do Profesor e Investigador de Bio-
medicina de la Universidad de Me-
dicina de Carolina del Sur, visit el
Istmo la semana pasada como hu6s-
ped de la Sociedad Panamefia de
Enfermedades Infecciosas. Sabin,
mundialmente conocido por su de-
sarrollo de la vacuna oral contra la
polio, es el author de-mais de 300 es-
tudios en temas tales como enfer-
medades infecciosas del sistemn ner-
vioso, encefalitis, dengue, fiebre
transmitida por la chitra, y los virus
v el cancer.
Dirigi6ndose al personal m6dico
del Hospital Gorgas durante una
sesi6n especial organizada por la
Sociedad, Sabin dijo que 6sta era
su segunda visit. a la Zona del
Canal. Fue enviado aqui para des-
canso y recuperaci6n en 1946 can-
do prestaba servicio como coronel
en las Fuerzas Armadas despuos de
la II Guerra Mundial, y dijo que
encontr6 los archives del Hospital
Gorgas tan fascinantes que pas6
todo su tiempo aqui investigfindolos.
,El cientifico de 72 afios de edad
hab16 al grupo sore la investiga-
ci6n inmunol6gica del cAncer, un
campo de studio al cual ha dedi-
cado largo tiempo. La culminaci6n
de su conferencia fue cuando dijo
que el cAncer en los himanos no
es causado por los virus, un proble-
ma de gran debate en el mundo de
la medicine. Dijo que sus 15 anios
de investigaci6n habian demostrado
que las cAlulas del cAncer en el hu-
mano no son c6lulas extrafias sino
c6lulas normales que contienen
substancias que usualmente no es-
tAn presents en la c6lula salvo du-
rante el period de desarrollo del
feto. Lo que esto significa, dice
Sabin, es que un ser hlumano no
puede ser inmunizado contra el
cAncer, como lo puede ser contra
las enfermedades infecciosas tales
como polio, ya que seria un caso de
inmunizaci6n contra sus propias
cAlulas.
Sabin dijo que el descubrimiento
de substancias en las cAlulas del
cancer que normalmente estAn pre-
sentes s6lo durante el period de
desarrollo del feto; es un factor im-
portante para detector el comienzo
de un cAncer o su reaparici6n. Un
metodo que fue desarrollado para
medir estas substancias en la sangre


cuando circula puede confirmar el
diagnostico del cAncef, cxplic6, o
demostrar despubs del tratamiento
si el cancer ha reaparecido.
En una entrevista despu6s de la
confcrencia, Sabin coment6, "Aun-
que todavia hay much por apron-
der sore la naturaleza del cAncer
humnano y su control, un diagnosti-
co del cAncer no debe considerarse
como una sentencia de mueite. Una
proporci6n considerable dej la po-
blaci6n tiene mayor oportunidad de
que le prolonguen la vida mediante
la aplicaci6n de los m6todos que
hay disponibles hoy dia".


El Dr. Sabin, que admite que ha
trabajado "algunas veces hasta mris
de 12 horas al dia", responded vigo-
rosamente cuando le preguntaron
sore el 6nfasis que en los Estados
Unidos han puesto una vez mas de
asegurar que los niflos sean inmu-
nizados contra la polio. Dijo, "El
prolblema en los Estados Unidos no
es la polio, sino el sarampi6n".
El doctor pas6 a explicar que
mientras el 98 por ciento de la po-
blaci6n ahora es inmune a la polio,
s6lo un 65 por ciento tiene inmu-
nidad contra la rubeola, tambi6n
una enfermedad contagiosa y peli-


grosa. Esto se debe al hecho, dijo,
de que en un tiempo hubo un pro-
grana do inmunizaci6n en masa en
los Estados Unidos contra la polio,
y durante el transcurso de los afos
el contagioso virus paralitico de la
polio fue reemplazado virtualmente
por el tambi6n contagioso virus de
la vacuna contra la polio. El resul-
tado final ha sido una poblaci6n
vacunAndose mutuamente.
El Dr. Sabin dice que la culpa
de la situaci6n del sarampi6n en los
Estados Unidos es de las autorida-
des de salubridad, que 61 piensa
deberian de tener la vacuna contra


el sarampi6n disponible como lo fue
la vacuna contra la polio en la dc-
cada del 50. A diferencia de la
polio, que tambien puede ser trans-
mitida por animals, el sarampi6n
s6lo es encontrado en series huma-
nos y podria ser eliminado median-
te la inmunizaci6n en masa de la
misma manera que se hizo con la
viruela.
Despues de su estadia en Pana-
mA, donde habl6 a numerosos gru-
pos medicos, Sabin viaj6 a Sur
AmBrica, acompafiado de su espo-
sa, donde continuarA su gira pre-
sentando conferencias.


I


L.CI ~~~~j~~. ~l~fd----S~c
-~."~f' Mv


El hombre cuyo desarrollo de la vacuna oral contra la polio ha propor- El Dr. Albert Bruce Sabin posa con los nifios del prekinder de Fuerte
cionado a millones de niiios alrededor del mundo con la inmunidad mis Clayton durante su visit al Istmo como hu6sped de la Sociedad Panameila
prolongada y efectiva contra la temible enfermedad, aparece en las Esclu- de Enfermedades Infecciosas.
sas de Miraflores con algunos de los beneficiados por su investigaci6n.


Otros 39 Empleados del Canal se Jubilaron en Diciembre


Otros 39 empleados optaron por
terminar sus carreras con el Canal
de PanamA y se acogieron a la jubi-
laci6n a fines de diciembre de 1977.
Los nombres de los jubilados, sus
posiciones, lugares de trabajo y total
de afios de servicio con el Gobierno
de los Estados Unidos son los
siguientes:
Vicente Acosta, constructor de muelles, Divi-


si6n de Mantenimiento, sector Atlintico:
35 aios 11 meses 15 dias.
OGrald F. Agustin, estibador, Divisi6n de Ter-
minales, sector Atlintico: 24 alos 11 meses
20 dias.
Nicasio Baloi, plomero, Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento, sector Atlintico: 36 alos 5 meses
18 dias.
Robert Bell, primer mariners, Capitania del
Puerto, Balboa, sector Pacifico: 33 alos
5 meses 3 dias.


Robert Bennett, pintor, Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento, sector Pacifico: 45 anos 6 meses
3 dias.
Rupert L. Bovell, encargado de mantenimiento
(muelles), Divisi6n de Terminales, sector
Atlantico: 38 alos 3 meses 14 dias.
Dudley Burrell, primer pasacables, Capitania
del Puerto, Balboa, sector Pacifico: 32 alos
10 meses.
Victor A. Carranra, aparejador, Divisiln In-
dustrial, sector Atlantico: 31 aios 5 meses
17 dias.
Joscelyn A. Catdn, bomber, Divisi6n de Bom-
beros, sector Pacffico: 23 ailos 4 meses.
Joseph A. Chandler, ayudante electricista,
Division de Esclusas, sector Atlantico:
27 alos 7 meses 17 dias.
Pastor Cordoba, botero (esclusas), Divisi6n de
Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 23 alos 9 meses
25 dfas.
John A. Conn, primer maquinista-remolcado-
res, Capitanfa del Puerto, Crist6bal, sector
Atlintico: 15 anlos 5 meses 17 dias.
Violet I. Del Rosario, oficinista, almacin de
ventas, Divisi6n de Abasto, sector Atlan-
tico: 35 ainos 2 meses 7 dias.
Hubert A. Dover, guardia correccional, Divi-
si6n de Policla, sector Pacifico: 24 anos
8 meses 26 dias.
Guillermo Ferrara, bombero-conductor de
vehiculos, Divisi6n de Bomberos, sector
Atlantico: 23 aios 10 meses 4 dias.
Edwin F. Feurtado, ayudante electricista, Di-
visi6n de Esclusas, sector Atlantico: 31
aios 6 meses 24 dias.
Ruth Forbes, oficinista, almacin de ventas,
Division de Abasto, sector Pacffico: 36 aios
6 meses 11 dias.
Dagoberto Garcia, obrero, Divisi6n de Policia,
sector Atlantico: 24 anlos 26 dias.
Beryl G. George, oficinista, Divisi6n de Abas-
to, sector Pacifico: 37 abos 3 meses
29 dias.
Ted 0. Gill, guardia, seguridad internal, Divi-
si6n de Protecci6n del Canal, sector Atlin-
tico: 38 aios 3 meses 19 dias.
Ricardo A. Gonzalez, pintor, Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento, sector Atlintico: 34 aios
8 meses.
Edward S. Grabowski, oficinista de distribiu-
ci6n y encargado de ventanilla de correos,
Division de Correos, sector Pacifico: 36
afos 10 meses 27 dfas.


Joseph Emanuel Grant, operator de vehiculos
a motor, Divisi6n de Transporte a Motor,
sector Atlantico: 29 alos 7 meses 14 dias.
Samuel F. Jones, operario de vehiculos a mo-
tor, Divisi6n de Transporte a Motor, -sector
Atlantico: 32 anos 5 meses 25 dias.
Whinston Daricn Jones, operario de vehiculos
a motor, Divisi6n de Transporte a Motor,
sector Atlintico: 37 alos 5 meses 14 dias.
Gilbert Myers, despachador de vehiculos a
motor, Divisi6n Industrial, sector Atlinti-
co: 37 ailos 8 meses 8 dfas.
Jose R. NUiez, guardia correccional, Divisi6n
de Policia, sector Atlintico: 33 alios 8 me-
ses 14 dias.
Leslie J. Pryce, ayudante de enfermeria, Hos-
pital Gorgas, sector Pacffico: 36 aRos 2 me-
ses 15 dfas.
Gerardo Rosas, marinero-remolcador, Capi-
tania del Puerto, Balboa, sector Pacifico:
37 alos 1 mes 19 dias.
Conrado Saldalia, operario de lancha motora,
Capitania del Puerto, Balboa, sector Paci-
fico: 35 aiios 3 meses 4 dfas.
James F. Sawyer, mecinico de equipo, Divi-
si6n Industrial, sector Atlantico: 24 ailos
6 meses 1 dfa.
Alvah W. Simpson, operario de herramientas
de mAquinas. Division Industrial, sector
Atlintico: 38 alos 7 meses.
Irene Smith, oficinista, almacen de ventas,
Division de Abasto, sector Pacifico, 33 alos.
Pablo Vanegas S., guardia, seguridad internal,
Division de Protecci6n del Canal, sector
Atlantico: 25 abos 5 meses 15 dias.
David M. Wallen, capataz, sistemas de distri-
buci6n de combustibles, Divisi6n de Abasto
Maritime, sector Atl6ntico: 37 alos 1 mes
15 dfas.
Jonas Watson, operario de gria, Divisi6n de
Terminales, sector Atlintico: 30 aiios 5 me-
ses 17 dias.
Arthur C. Willocks, operario de herramientas
de miquinas, Divisi6n Industrial, sector
Atl6ntico: 47 ailos 8 meses 4 dias.
Milton L. Yeager, inspector de construcci6n,
Division de Construcci6n, sector Pacifico:
7 aiios 10 meses 21 dfas.
Royman C. Young, lubricador-planta flotante,
Division de Dragas, sector Pacifico: 35
anos 10 meses 4 dfas.


Fiesta de Jubilaci6n Para Stevens Feb. 4


Los Policias Exploradores Tom Hannigan, al centro, se pierden o si son robadas. El Puesto 10-4 de Policia
y Margaret Pascavage, derecha, ensefian a un grupo Explorador esti conduciendo el program de registro
de j6venes una muestra de las etiquetas de registro de bicicletas en la Zona del Canal que continual los
que ayudaran en la identificaci6n de sus bicicletas si fines de semana, maiiana hasta el 11 de febrero.


El sAbado 4 de febrero John
Stevens y su esposa Dorothy, serAn
agasajados en una fiesta de jubila-
ci6n y de despedida, en el Club de
Oficiales de Albrook. HabrA venta
de bebidas a las 6:30 p.m. y la cena


sera a las 7:30 p.m. Los "Diplo-
mats" amenizarAn la fiesta hasta la
1 a.m. Los boletos cuestan $7.50
por persona y pueden obtenerse de
Marilyn Gayer al 52-3130, y Bar-
bara Shaw al 52-3445.


PAgina 3


-<..-- -wi
*g ag










SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 27, 1978


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

Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
Todo solicitante capacitado recibirA consideraci6n para trabajo sin distincid6n de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad, partidarismo y afiliaci6n political u otro factor no
meritorio. Debera someterse una solicited por separado para cada uno de los emp.leos que
aparecen en la lista. Los salaries indicados seran aumentados a los ciudadanos de los EE. UU.
par medio del diferencial apropiado ademAs del factor de impuesto cuando deba aplicarse.
El simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un examen escrito. El simbolo # indica que es una
posici6n de seguridad donde puede emplearse solamente a ciudadanos estadounidenses.
Direccidn Va-
0 Si- can-
POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salario Base Division tio tei
Aseador MG-1 ------------- ------- $2.65 Serv. Com. A 1
Auditor Supervisor NM-12 ------------- ---------$20,862.40 VP Finanzas P 1
Auxiliar de Recreaci6n NM-2/3 (Tiempo parcial que no exceda
30 horas) (Conocimiento de ingl6s) (Se require certificado de
Instructor de Seguridad Acuatica)----- -------$2.74/$2.89 Escuelas A 1
Ayudante Aparejador MG-5 --------------------- $2.76 Industrial A 1
Ayudante Armador de Buques MG-5 ------ ----- $2.76 Industrial A 1
Ayudante Carpintero MG-5-----------------------------$2.76 Mantenimiento A 1
Ayudante Pintor MG-5 ------------------------- ---$276 Mantenimiento A 2
Capitan Encargado-Remolcador FE-16 (Conocimiento de ingl6s)
(Se require licencia de Capitan Remolcador)----------$11.11 Dragas P 1
Enfernera/Enfermera Clinica NM-4/7
(Trabajo de trno)-----------------$6,572.80/$12,188.80 Hos. Gorgas P 1
Enfernnera/Enfermera Clinica NM-5/7
(Trabajo de turno)------- ---------$7,176.00/$12,188.80 Salubridad A-P_ 1-1
Fabricante de Oefensas o Palletes MG-6---- ------- $2.83 Industrial A 1
Gerente de Programas NM-11/12 _- --- $17,638.40/$20,862.40 Serv. Adm. P 1
Guardia-Correccional NM-4/5 (Se require licencia para conducir)
(Trabajo de tumrno) -------------------$6,572.80/$7,176.00 Policia P 1
Mariners MG-7 (Conocimiento de ingles)
(Se require saber nadar)------------------------$3.14 Dragas P 1
Mozo de Oficio, Sala de Hospital MG-2 (Trabajo de turn) $2.66 Hos. Gorgas P 2
Obrero MG-3 ---------------------------------- $2.68 Serv. Com. P 1
Oficinista de Presupuesto NM-5 -------- ----------$7,176.00 Cap. Puerto A 1
Oficinista-Esten6grafo(a) NM-4/5i (Conocimiento
de terminologia mddica) --------------$6,572.80/$7,176.00 Hos. Gorgas P 1
Oficinista-Mecan6grafo(a) NM-21 --------- ---- $5,699.20 Serv. Com. P 1
Oficinista-Mecandgrafo(a) NM-31 --------------- $6,011.20 Sec. Licencias P 1
Oficeinista-Mecandgrafo(a) NM-41 (Preferible que pose
conocimiento de terminologla m6dica)-----------$6,572.80 Hos. Gorgas P 1
Oficinista, Seccidn de Ndminas NM-3 (Intermitente)--- $6,011.20 Industrial A I
Operario de Vehiculo a Motor MG-5 (Primeras 40 horas)
(Conocimiento de inglis) (Se require licencia para conducir)-$2.76 Trans. Motor A-P 1-1
Operario de Vehiculo a Motor MG-6 (Primeras 40 horas)
(Conocimiento de inglds) (Se require licencia para conducir)-$2.83 Trans. Motor A 1
.Palanquero MG-6 (Se require saber nadar)------------$2.83 Ingenieria P 1
Pasacables MG-4 (Conocimiento de ingl6s)
(Se require saber nadar)---------- ------------ -$2.71 Esclusas P 1
Prictico en Adiestramiento CP-2 (Conocimiento de ingl6s)
(Primeras 40 horas) --------------------$25,251.20 Oper. Trans. A 5
Primer Maquinista-Remolcador FE-14 (Conocimiento de ingles)
(Se require licencia de maquinista)------ --------- $9.91 Dragas P 4
Sepulturero MG-5 ---------------------------$2.76 Serv. Corn. A 1
Tfcnico(a) en Enyesado Ortopddico NM-5/6 --$$7,176.00/$11,003.20 Hos. Gorgas P 1
Trabajador en Plomeria MG-7 (Se require
licencia para operar motoneta) --------- -----_$3.14 Mantenimiento A 1


POSICIONES TEMPORALES
Ayudante, Actividades Recreativas NM-3 (Tiempo parcial que no
exceda 30 horas) (Se require certificado de Instructor de
Seguridad Acuitica) (Que no exceda 1 alo)-- ---- $2.89 0. Serve. Rec. P 1
Ayudante Carpintero MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 aio),----------$2.76 Mantenimiento A 2
Ayudante Soldador MG-5 (Que no exceda 9-20-78)---------- $2.76 Mantenimiento A 2
Mariners MG-7 (Conocimiento de inglis) (Se require saber
nadar) (Que no exceda 1 ao)-----------------------$3.14 Dragas P '6
Mozo de Cocina MG-3 (No se require saber inglis)
(Se require saber nadar) (Que no exceda 1 aio) --- -$2.68 Dragas P 1
Obrero MG-3 (Que no exceda 9-20-78)-----------------$2.68 Mantenimiento A 4
Oficinista-Mecan6grafo(a) NM-3 (Conocimiento de ingl6s)
(Que no exceda 1 aio)- ---- ------ -----------$6,011.20 Dragas P 1
Oficinista Mecandgraofo(a) NM-41 (Conocimiento de espahol)
(Que no exceda 8 meses)------ ------- ----$6,572.80 Personal P 2
Operario de Vehiculo a Motor MG-5 (Primeras 40 horas)
(Conocimiento de ingl6s) (Se require licencia para
conducir) (Que no exceda 1 aiio)------------- ---$2.76 Trans Motor P 3
Soldador MG-10 (Que no exceda 9-20-78)----------- ---- $7.07 Mantenimiento A 2
Trahajador en Carpinteria MG-7 (Que no exceda 1 anio) _--- --$3.14 Mantenimiento A 4
Trabajador en Pintura MG-7 (Que no exceda 9-20-78) ----- $3.14 Mantenimiento A 6
Las solicitudes deberAn presentarse al Ramo de Empleo y Colocaci6n de Personal, Edificio
366, Anc6n, 0 en el Edificio 1105, Cristobal, usando el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA
TRASLADO, en un plazo no mayor de site (7) dfas calendarios de la fecha de esta publica-
ci6n. Este plazo de 7 dfas esta sujeto a pr6rroga segln petici6n de la Divisi6n que este
anunciando la vacant, a segin decision del Jefe del Ramo de Empleo y Colocaci6n de Per-
sonal. Los requisites pbeden ser revisados en cualquiera de estas dos oficinas ao en la
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal. Pueden obtenerse mayors infermes en el Ramo de
Colocaciones, tel6fonos 52-3583, 52-7867 6 43-1288. Personas calificadas que tengan impe-
dimentos fisicos pueden llamar o visitar al Coordinador del Programa para la Colocaci6n de
Personas Impedidas a fin de ser asesoradas con respect a las vacantes que aparecen
arriba. La oficina del Coordinador estd situada en el Edificio 345, Sal6n 101, Anc6n, Zona del
Canal, tel6fono 52-7570.

Toma Posesion Nueva Directiva del IEEE


El Institute de Ingenieros ElBctri-
cos y Electr6nicos, Inc. (IEEE) de
PanamA, celebrarA su reuni6n-cena

Horario del Sal6n Modelo
La Maqueta TopogrAfica de la
Zona del Canal estA abierta al p6-
blico los dias de semana durante las
siguientes horas:
Lunes y mi6rcoles, 12 mediodia
hasta '5 p.m.; martes, 9 a.m. a
2 p.m.; jueves, 11 a.m. a 4 p.m.; y
viernes, 12 mediodia a 4 p.m.
La Maqueta de la Zona del
Canal esta situada en el Edificio
de Asuntos Civiles. Se invita al
pAhlico.-


annual el 19 de febrero durante la
cual tomarA posesi6n su nueva di-
rectiva. El event tendri lugar en
el Sal6n Washington del Hotel El
PanamA y empezara a las 7:30 p.m.
El president saliente, Carlos E.
Rodriguez, juramentarA a los nue-
vos directors de la junta: Horacio
F. Alfaro, president; Antonio
Raven, vicepresidente; Manuel L6-
pez Espla, secretario; Carlos Fong,
tesorero; y Jose Troitifio, vocal. Las
reservaciones pueden hacerse ia-
mando a Jorge T. Aleman al
52-7763 o a Rafael Pearson al
25-0288.


Solicitan Ayuda

Para Recobrar


Obra de Arte

Durante las festividades Navide-
has, una obra de arte foe robada
de una exhibici6n que era presen-
tada por la Liga Nacional Ameri-
cana de Mujeres Eruditas, Capitulo
de la Zona del Canal y de PanamA
en el Edificio de Asuntos Civiles.
Las socias de la Liga estin ofre-
ciendo una recompensa de $10 por
informaci6n que conduzca a la re-
cuperaci6n de la obra, un caballo
blanco bordado en fondo negro con
horde blanco y colocado en un mar-
co de madera negra de 16 pul-
gadas.


Karl Shirley de la Divisi6n de Escuelas recibe un medall6n de bronce y
un certificado durante ceremonies del Club Gal6n 1978 celebradas en el
Hospital Gorgas. La donaci6n de Shirley de 4 galones de sangre lo
coloc6 a la cabeza de la lista de donates. El Director de Salubridad
Coronel Albert L. Gore present medallones de bronce a Frank Raymond,
Clois Duffie y Richard Zornes por donar 3 galones de sangre, y a James
Nellis, James Des Londes, Antonio Dunn-Moodie y Thomas Grimison,
donantes de 2 galones. John Simmons, director del Hospital Gorgas,
entreg6 medallones de plata a los donantes de 1 gal6n. Graciela Vilis,
supervisor del Banco de Sangre del Hospital Gorgas, posa con Shirley.


Senado decide ratificar lo
no serA porque son el
sino porque conociendo e
de las alternatives, la r
es el mejor curso. Dijo,
cado que estoy a favor d
tados asi como estoy segu
re n cambiados en lsubst


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
s tratados nado para su consideraci6n en abril.
"6ptimo", Sarbanes dijo que 61 preferia ter-
el alcance minar el process de la audiencia de
atificaci6n su comit6 antes de Ilegar a una de-
"He indi- terminaci6n sobre c6mo votari.
Le los tra- Javits dijo que la decision del
ro de que Senado tendrA que basarse en el
i.' en interns national mAs bien que en
del ncita loe nernsd guo etria


relacion con la accion del Comite los intereses de grupos determina-
relaci6n con a acci6n e dos. Cuando un miembro del con-
de Relaciones Exteriores", pero sejo civico le pregunt6 si el inter6s
aiiadi6 que no habia tomado una national no seria mejor servido si
decision final". se respetara la voluntad de la gente
Javits dijo que 61 cree que los Javits respondi6, "Mi deber es diri-
tratados serAn presentados al Se- gir, no s6o10 seguir".


Se Jubila Carl Browne
(Viene de la pdgina 1)


y en 1971, fue incluido en el Quien
es Quien en el Gobierno. Recibi6
un Premio por Servicio Distinguido
de la Senda Unida en 1975.
Ademas de su carrera professional,
Browne ha hecho importantes apor-
tes a la comunidad como president
del Consejo Civico de Crist6bal,
president y miembro de la Junta
Directiva de la Cruz Roja de la
Zona del Canal; president y miem-
bro de la Junta Directiva de la
Cooperativa de Empleados de la
Zona del Canal; president del
Fondo Chagres; miembro y presi-
dente del Consejo de Asesoramien-
to de la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal; Junta Administrativa del
YMCA; Junta Directiva de la Sen-
da Unida y socio de la Sociedad
de Cardiologia de la Zona del
Canal y Rotario Oeste de PanamA.
Es socio de la Sociedad de In-
genieros Profesionales de la Zona
del Canal presidentt, 1956); la
Sociedad Americana de Ingenieros
Civiles (vicepresidente, 1966-67;
president, 1968-69); la Sociedad
de Ingenieros Militares Americanos;
la Sociedad Americana de Adminis-
traci6n Publica; Asociaci6n de Ofi-
ciales de Reserva presidentt, de la
ROA de los Estados Unidos, Depar-
tamento de la Zona del Canal
1954-55); Sociedad Nacional de In-
genieros Profesionales (miembro de
la Junta Directiva Nacional de
1966-68); y sirvi6 en la Reserva del
Ejercito de los Estados Unidos
1942-68, jubilandose como coronel.
Browne tiene dos hijos de un


matrimonio anterior: David L.
Browne, ingeniero con los Ingenie-
ros Kaiser de San Francisco, Cali-
fornia, y la Sra. Barry V. Hansen,
de North Haven, Connecticut. Los
hijos de la Sra. Browne: A. Groover
Matheney y la Sra. Landis Major,
resident en Panami.

Fiesta Para los Browne
Carl y Blanche Browne serAn aga-
sajados en una fiesta de despedida
con motive de su jubilaci6n, el vier-
nes 3 de febrero en el Club de
Oficiales de Albrook.
La fiesta emperarA a las 6:30 p.m.
y habra venta de bebidas, seguida
pqr una cena-buffet.
El vestido para los hombres es
traje de calle.
Los boletos cuestan $7.50 por per-
sona, e incluye un regal. Pueden
obtenerse Ilamando al 52-3527 o a
los jefes de division de la Direcci6n
de Ingenieria y Construcci6n; la
Cooperativa de Empleados Pibli-
cos al 52-2745; o al YMCA al
-52-2839.

Verificaci6n de Alorros
A partir del 30 de enero de 1978
el Comit6 Supervisor de la Coope-
rativa de Empleados Federales de
Balboa N9 5849 efectuarA la verifi-
caci6n de las libretas de ahorros,
efectivo el 31 de diciembre de
1977. Se solicit a todos los miem-
bros presentar sus libretas para su
verificaci6n exacta.


\pl


Pagina 4


Preocupan a Residentes


El Capitulo de la Zona del Canal
y de PanamA de la Liga, fundado
en 1950, ha laborado sin descanso
en sus esfuerzos por fomentar la
apreciaci6n de las artes. Por medio
de exhibiciones en el antiguo Hotel
Tivoli, el Edificio de Asuntos Civi-
les, el Edificio de Administraci6n,
los bancos, los clubes militares y
civiles, en los Jardines Morgan, y
en sus Exhibiciones de Arte al Aire
Libre en la Plaza Stevens, las Mu-
jeres Eruditas ban compartido con
el public su talent y obras crea-
tivas. AdemAs, desde 1969, cada
aflo ellas ofrecen una beca en be-
Ilas artes a un estudiante merece-
dor en el campo de arte, letras o
mlisica.
Las socias de la Liga estan pi-
diendo 'a la comunidad que coope-
ren en prevenir el robo de obras
de arte que son exhibidas en lu-
gares publicos. Solicitan 'que den
parte a la Policia de la Zona del
Canal si ven a personas tocando
las obras de una exhibici6n que
no sea la encargada de la Galeria
de la Liga.


Club Canino Patrocina

Exhibici6n de Perros
Se estin aceptando solicitudes en
el Club Canino del Caribe para su
primera exhibici6n que se efectuarA
el domingo 12 de febrero a las
2 p.m. en el Estadio de Beisbol de
Fuerte Amador. HabrA competen-
cias separadas para cachorros, pe-
rros adults, y perros exhibidos por
nimios.
Las solicitudes pueden ser obte-
nidas en las oficinas del Club Ca-
nino de PanamA y el Centro de Cui-
dados de Animales DomBsticos de
Fuerte Clayton. El costo de ins-
cripci6n es de $5. Un n6mero li-
mitado de solicitudes serin acepta-
das y el 61ltimo dia en que se acep-
tarAn solicitudes serA el mi6rcoles
8 de febrero.
La exhibici6n promote ser re-
creaci6n placentera para toda la
familiar. AdemAs de la competencia
canina, los payasos del Templo
Abou Saad entretendrAn efitre actos.
Para mayor informaci6n, Ilamar a
la Sra. Donaldson, 52-2920 o a la
Sra. Wardlow, 52-6439.

CTM Tiene 6 Vacantes
La Oficina de Control de TrAfico
Maritime en La Boca, tiene seis va-
cantes para Controlador Ayudante
de TrAfico Maritimo. Las cualidades
principles que se requieren son do-
minio del ingl6s, deseo y habilidad
de aprender, y dispuesto a trabajar
turnos. Las posiciones comienzan
con el grado NM-5 y si el desem-
peio es satisfactorio, el empleado
es ascendido un grado cada 6 meses
durante 2 aios hasta 1legar al grado
NM-9. El examen PACE es reque-
rido para calificar y puede tomarse
mediante solicitud a la Oficina Cen-
tral de ExAmenes. Para mAs infor-
maci6n, Ilame al 52-3645.




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - Version 2.9.9 - mvs