Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: December 1, 1978
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID01195
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)

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Police Urge Caution at the limits


The halls of the BHS Auditorium have echoed with the annual Christmas musie"program.p Here the Select
sounds of Christmas since the third week of school, Chorus rehearses the "Messiah" under the direction of
when vocal and band classes began preparing for the Bonnie Wolff, BHS assistant director of music.



More Than 64 Year.4 of Service to World commerce -

The Panama Canal Spill way

Vol. XVII, No. 15 Friday, Decemtar 1, 1974)


T-he Panama Medal, First Class,

ard waTpaese mdb osobhighe
Guinness, an employee of the Motor
Transportation- Division, in recog-
nition of his assistance to children
and grandchildren of retired firemen
of the Republic of Panama.
President of an organizat on


&C@m &T ItC

f g g jVert

ffddy C M Of
The Financial Vice President an-

ce trta ntoC alore liT h
ping this year thanks to an in-the-
spirit-of-Christmas decision to pay
employees early.
The Tuesday, December 26, pay-
day will be advanced to Friday'
December 22.
Special efforts will be made to
deliver checks to employees as early
as possible Friday. Some employees
who work on shifts other than the
day shift may have to return to their
regular pay sites later in the day
in order to receive their checks.


q. IM


"The Love of Christmas" is the
theme of The Fifty-Eighth Annual
Christmas Program to be presented
by Balboa High School.
In what promises to be a high-
light of the season for Canal Zone
inusic lovers, Harry Simeone, direc-
tor of the Harry Simeone Chorale
of New York City, wA be guest con-
ductor of the Combined Chorus as
it performs his arrangement. of
"Sing We Now of Christmas."
Kriown world-wide for his abil-
ity as a conductor, composer, ar-
ranger and music educator, Sime-
one's album "The _Littld Drummer
Boy-A Christmas Festival" sold 14
million copies as of 1972 and earned
him a place in the Guinness Book
of World Records.
He has arranged for the Fred
Waring Pennsylvanians and for Par-
amount Studios iri WIollywood and
has been arranger and conductor for
television:,
Besides 'Drummer Boy, which
earned gold records as both a single
and an album, Simeone is known
for his recordings of "Do You Hear
What I Hear" and "Anyone Can

"s:.Ao t "wife will be on
the Isthmus as guests of the Canal
Zone Division of Schools from De-
cember 16 to December 22* -


boa High School auditorium with a
performance by the Select Chorus.
The 77 students who auditioned to
become part of this group will per-
form the Christmas portion of Han-
del's "Messiah" under the direction
of Balboa High School director of
music B. K. Thompson and assist-
ant director Bonnie wolff. Piano ac-
companist is Donna K. BaTdwin and
the program will be narrated by
Laura J. Lee.
At 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, De-
cember 14, the Symphonic Wind
Ensemble will perform-at the high
school auditorium under the direc-
tion of B. K. Thompson. The pro-
gram will feature both sacred and,
secular Christmas selections.
The Combined Chorus, made up
of the Select Chorus and two vocal
,,
classes, will present Sing We
Now of Christmas" under Simeone's
direction at 8 p.m. On Thurs-
day, December 21, at the Balboa
Theater.
Solo parts willbe sung by Daphne
M. Terry, Lucinda Vela, Charles
W. Hummer III and Douglas Mat-
thews. Harry Conley will perform
bass recitatives and Mark M. Muse

tdr TngiT u tinw illa er ornza
flute solo. Piano accompanists are
Donna K. Baldwin and Suzanne E.
McKinne


< The stibcommitt6e is discussing
the possibility with Panama of
transferringabout 80 of the Canal
Zone Mental Health Center's 100
patients to facilities in Panama.
Nearly all of these are elderly, long-
time patients who are basically in
need .of nursing care. All giatients
to ,be transferred are noix-U.S.
citizens.
Simmons estimated that the
Mental Health Center facilities will
continue in use under DOD for
another three years. A Department
of Psychiatry will also be set up
within Gorgas Hospital. If the
census of patients eligible for treat-
ment after the transition stays very
low, he added, consideration will
eventuallybe given to treating

el ms wt or su ospisty hiatric
The community health centers at
Railabow City and Paraiso will be
transferred to the Republic of Pan-
ama on October 1, 1979. The center
at Gamboa will be transferred to
the Health Services Command, but
the fate of Margarita and Balboa
Health Centers is still undecided.
The Health Bureau has recom-
mended to DOD that these, two
facilities be kep.t at least partially
open, Simmons said. The last plan
of the Health Service Command,
which is currently being revised, is
to offer community health care by

ethb entire Medicine Activity
The subcommittee also has re-
sponsibility for overseeing the
transfer of Palo Seco Hospital to
Panama, an event that concerns
many people because of the hu an
itarian issue involved. Most of the
patients at the leprosarium have
been there for many years, Simmons
pointed out, and for them it is a
home and a way of life rather than
a facility for treatment. Simmons
says a training program will be es-
(Continued on p. 4)


Currently the Health Bureau is
treating a population of about
92,000 Canal organization em-
ployees, active duty membersof the
U.S. military,- and their dependents
and civilian employees of military
agencies and their dependents. After
the 30-month transition period, only
those employees who hold U.S.
citizenship and their dependents
will be eligible for treatment at
Department of Defense facilities.
The population served is expected
to drop gradually to about 45,000.
At some point after that, Simmons
commented, it is conceivable that
the Health Services Command will
perform a manpower survey to
ascertain the size of the stafE ac-
tuahy needed.
Gorges and Coco Solo hospitals
are two of the facilities that will be
transferred to the Department of
Defense on the day of implementa-
tion. In the past, Simmons said, con-
sideration was being given to closing
Coco Solo hospital and building: a
ten-bed holding facility in its place,
At present, he said, the outlook is
that Coco Solo Hospital will con-
tinue as it is. The Health Services
Command considers that it would
be more economical to maintain
Coco Solo Hospital than to briild a
new facility.


Second in a series of reports on
the progress of the binational sub-
committees preparing for the im-
plementation of the Patidma Canal
treaties on October 1, 1.979. .
On October 1, 1979, all Canal
Zone Government health services
dealing directly in patient care, with
a few exceptions, will be trans-
ferred to the Health Services Com
mand of the Department of De-
fense. Col. John R. Simmons, co-
chairman of the Health and Sanita-
tiori subcommittee, says he is hope-
L. ful that patients at these facilities
will see no difference in the care
they receive after the transfer, even
tothe extent of being treated by the
same doctors that treated them be.
fore. The Healtth Services Com-
mand is anxious to keep as much
of the present Health Bureau staff
as is willing to stay on, Simmons -
reports.
The Health and Sanitation Sub-
committee has no "input on the is- .
sues such as a change in leave sys-
tem, that face employees involved
in the transfer. The Health Ser-
vices Command, he says, is bound
by Civil Service regulations in these
matters and can make exceptions
for Canal employees only if the
Impleinenting Legislation for the
treaties enables.it to do so.


founded three years ago,-McGuin-
ness has been active in establishing
scholastic arid youth prograins for
these children.
The medal was presented 'by
Guillermo LeBlanc Jr., comman-
dant of the Panama Fire Depart-
ment, at the annual awards'presen-
tation ceremony held Tuesday at
the Juan A. Guizado Fire Depart-
ment Headquarterse in Panama City.
McGuinness was presented a Pan-
ama Canal Public Service Award
with gold medallion in recognition
of his many years of dedicated pub-
lic service, his promotion of friend-
ship between residents of the Canal
Zone ad th Republic of P ama,

Canal Zone, especially his contri-
butions to the Fastlich Baseball
League.
He C S t Cle s
re 0tneS an
Kiddies (or interested adults)
can chat with Santa Claus about
their Christmas lists at either Dia-
blo or Coco Solo this month.
On December 2 and IG,-St. Nick
will be at the Diablo Toyland from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
He'll be at the Coco Solo Toy-

p. December 9 from 10 a.m.

TOSC OO| Has Openings
The ABC Preschool, located in
the basement of St. Mary's Church,
has a few openings for the 1978-79
school year.
Three and four-year-old children
are eligible to attend and can be
registered weekdays between 8:30
and 11:15 a.m.
For further information call
52-4755.


9 ,


The areas known as the "Limits"
on both the Atlantic and Pacific
'sides of the Isthmus are high crime
areas where purse, wallet and ca-
mera snatching are a common oc-
currence.
Canal Zone Police warn residents
not to walk along the stretch of
Fourth of July Avenize imd Thatcher
Highway from the Quarry Heights
gate to the Thatcher Ferry Bridge
in Balboa and along Bolivar Ave-
nue from 11th Street to 16th Street


in Cristobal. When driving through
these areas, motorists should have
their doors locked and windows
rolled up.
I)espite the fact that the Canal
Zone Police have increased patrols
in both locations, robberies are on
the increase in these areas owing to
the ease with which culprits can
cross over the CanafZone/Republic
of Panama border and avoid appre-
hension. A careless giublic only
makes it easier. -


G ? of the Panama canal Museum


3 Well-Known Conductor, Composer

-- Will Direct BHS Combined Chorus


aaaa


y.
SDDO IH 1 Y/ The three-part Christmas music At the end of the program,
R& th ST VICES L Otmnano YY antS program will begin at 7:30 p.m. on special surprise is in-store that will
Thursday, December 7, at the Bal- delight young and old alike.

Present Health Bureau Staff To Remain MTD Em 10 ee is Awarded Panama Medal
P Y


FOT IS Work on Behalfor Panamanian Youth


Robert McGuinness





1
6



The outside is diamonds, but what's valuable is inside. You can go a long way and still pick up on this clue.



& MS It7 OUTSES Or Engineers OHered at College


Panama Canal Spill way
HAROLD R. PARFITT JAMES H. TORMEY
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN DoroREs E. SussuAs
Information Officer Eclitor
The SPILLWAY IS an ofReial Panama Canal publication. Articles may be
reprinted without further clearance. News terns should arrive in ,the
Preqs 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.


Canal Zone College is offering
two refresher courses for engineers
-planding to take the Canal Zone
Board of Registration for Architects
and Professional Engineers exam-
ination next April. The' course be-
gin this vireek and.run through the*
first week of April. .
Civilian and military engineers
are eligible to enroll, regardless of
citizenship. The examination given
here can be for registration in the
Canal Zone or elsewhere.
Review .0f Engineering Funda-
mentals (ET 250) will meet Tues-
days from 6:40 to 9:30 p.m. through
April 3, 1979. It prepai-es for the
c.; -- Em
first day of the regisdation exam-
inations. Passing the second day s
examination leads to registration as
a professional engineer. Tuition is


Explorers WillProvid@
/ I ,
OWnIng experience
The newly organized Explorer
Post 13 invites those interested to
join them in a ''clowning" experi-
ence. ^ <
If you are 14 (and irk the ninth
grade) through 21, you clin leam
to be a clown, to put' on clown
make-up, to perform skits, tricks,
juggling and other routines for an
act. Parents are invited too.
Meetings are held at 7 p.m.,
Monday, in the social hall of the
Balboa Union Church.
Call Dottie Nelson, 52-34'10, or
.
LmdamHuddleston, 52-3912, for
VI Old Ph 6
ear otograp
At Canel Zone Library
Anyorfe interested in ordering
historical Canal photographs can

sd t ee Cl es f olLi ny
After making a selection, the
numbers on the back of the pictures
should be noted, and an order
placed with the Graphics Branch.
The volumes of historical photo-
graphs can no longer be viewed in
the Graphics Branch


UCS110D O e Ont
Why not.leave the price tags
on the gifts you give to your
friends and save them the trou-
lile of checking the cost? ,


December 1, 1978


THE PANAMA CANAL SPELWAY


, .
.


(Schedule subject to change without notice. Indicates black and white program.)
Weekend program schedules are subject to change should a live sports event become available.


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1
3:00-- Sign-On News '
3:05---Sesame Street
4:00--Space Angel
4:25-Wally's Workshop.
(Series ends)
4:50-General Hospital (Adult
5:35-Hollywood Squares
6:00-Evening Report
6:34-Star Maidens
(Series starts)
6:55-Northwest Passage
7:20-The Baron
Qu Pasa?

8:45-Temperatures Rising
9:15-The Champions
10:05---Focus an Today
10:20-Movie: "That Man
George"*
11:50-Late News Headlines
SATURDAYDECEMBER2
10:15-Sign-On News
10:20-Terry Toons
10:45-Ben

: yd rese Sons
12:15--Flippero
12:40-Anto Racing
/ 1:05-Water World
1: -Waorldieportsman

2:50-Survival
3:15-Wacitiest Ship in
Anays
ds)
4:05--Big I *
5:00-Lareds
5- M Ian Ims

6:10-Meeting of Minds
7:05-Seap Factory
7:30-Rhoda *
7:55---Three fqr tini Road
(Series starts)
8:50-Bark and Dangerous
9:10-Second City (Series
Starts) (Adult)
9:35-Double feature "Night
Flight From Moscow',
and "The Things I

12:35-L ever i adlines
SUNDAY, DECEMBER<
12:05-Sign-On News


12:10-III)ur of Power
1:00-Insight (Adult)
1:30-Wild Kingdom
1:55-The Way it Was
(Part I of II)
'2:20-NFL Football:
) "Pittsburgh vs.
Los Angeles"
4:50-College Football '78
5:2E-Washington Welik
Review
5:45-McMillan Films
6:00-Weekend Report
----Rollin'don the River

7:00-Variety Special:
"Chicago Soul"
(Part 1)
8:05-Carol Burnett and
Friends
8:30-Medical Center

1 cevi o
Chases Man"*
11:25-The IInexpectello
11:55-Late News Headlines
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4
3:00-Sign-On News
3:05-Ses ear martian*

4:25-- dyBuddies
4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:35-Impact of Jackie
son
6:00-Evening Report
6:30--Call of the West
6:55-Jason King

5- op This?
8:15-Football: "Oakland
vs. Cincinnati"
10:55-Movie: "Sherlock
Holmes The Scadet
Claw ,
12:10-Late News Headlines
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5
2:50-sign-on News
2:55-Electric Company
3:25-Movie:1"Shotgun"*
:50-General sSphal(Adult)

6:00--Evening Report
6:25-Gunsmoke
7:20-Hollywood Squares


7:40-Qu6 Pasa?
7:45-Bridget Loves Berniew
8:15-Hee Haw
9:05-Fugitive*
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Theatre in America:
"Secret Services"
(Adult)
12:00--Late News Headlipes
WEDNESDAY, IlECEMBER 6
3:00---Sign-On News
3:08-Sesame street

2 MTore ers
(Series ends)
4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:40-$20,0011 Pyramid
6:00-Evening Report
6:30-Combat?
7:25-Mastaway

al toAmerica
linagination
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Movie: "Kiss Her

11:40-La 0 Headlinks
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7
3:00-Sign-On News
eC np nya
4:00-Thrillseekers
4:25-Zane Grey Theatre:
"Make it Look Good"
4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:35-Body Buddies
(Repeat)
-00-Evening Report

7:20-Carol Burnett and
Friends
-7:45-qu6 Pasa?
7:50-Julia*
8:15-Norman Lear presents:
"Maude" (Part Ill)
(Series ends)
8:40-Learning Corp. of
America
9:05-Best of Groucho"*
9:30-Latino Consortium
0 ocusonTtollay

11:40-Movie: "Beware My
Lovely"*
12:00-Late News Headlines


$50 for sponsored students or $110
for others.
Prerequisite for either course is
ari engineering degree or its equiv-
alent. Registration can be for either
course or for both. Both classes will
meet in Room 2, Building 0602,
Panama Canal Training Center, Co-
rozo Street, near the Balboa Heights
Railroad Station. Time and place of
class meetings were chosen so that


Atlantic side residents can conve-
niently travel by train.
For many engineers here, the tui-
tion will be paid by employers
For more information, call the
College office, 52-3107, or thezin-
structor, Carl O. Riggs at 52-3507
days or 52-6496 evenings and week-
ends. Late registration will be ac-
cepted.


@Xt OUD 9 EfZttlS p taritigS
If a ) a
I OR & IVER ft MMI d TOr A prII 77
~ o
Tentatir e arrancernents ard'babit dd s hot Epplf)tfi"persons seeking
made'for examiners 'Of the Immi- naturalization.
.
gyration and Naturalization Service For further information contact
to hold citizenship hearings in the Marsha Gicero in the Balboa Cus-
Canal Zone in April 1979.- toms Office; 52-3426.


Interested persons are urged to
file their applications early to be
assured of being included in the
hearings. Only persons whose ap-
plications have been- processed by
the Immigration Service will be in-
cluded in these hearings.
Basically, an applicant borh in
the Canal Zone, claiming U.S. citi-
zenship through one or both pa-
rents- must submit birth certif-
icate(s) of U.S. citizen pdient(s)'
marriage certificate of parents and
his or her own birth certificate.
The same basic requirement for
documentation applies to those born
in Panama or other countries whose
parents) were U.S. citizens ethploy-
ed by the U.S. Government at the
time of their birth.
Certificates of Citizenship were
only issued within the U.S. until
1966 when a law passed by the
89th Congress under President
Johnson made it possible for citizens
to obtain applications within the
Canal Zone and be interviewed and
-receive their certificates from Im-
migration and Naturalization offi-
cials sent to the Isthmus. This law


BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:20, 8:00-8attle for the Planet of the
Fri I Slb )10:00-Champion of Death
(PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.--Adventpres of IIon
Juan (9)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-Dodge City (0)

So F2-3 F6}i 0--Mon., 6:15,
Tues., 6:15, 8:00--All This and World War II
(3 T) (PG) .
Wed. and Thurs., 6:15, 8:10--Capone (SIT)

GAMBOA*
Fri.- Shaggy Dog D.A. (SIT) (G)
Fri. Oist Show, 8:55--A Raisin in the Sun

SaPJ t)., 6:15-Paws, Claws and laws
(SII) (PG) ^ '
Sat., 8:15-Yours, Mine and Ours (SIT) (G)
Sun.-Mayday: 40,000 Ft.! (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-The Graduate (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-Fire Sale (PG) -
PARAISO*
Sun.-Fire hale (PG)
Mon.-Mayday: 40,000 Ft.! (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-The Graduate (SIT) (PG)
COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)

81e0a )he Wild One (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Dr. Delittle ( IT) (G)
Sun., 2:00-Brannigan (PG)
Sat.-Sun-Mon., 7:30-Coming Horse (R)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30--Airport '77 (SIT) (PG)
Thurs..-Grizzly (SIT) (PG)


MARGARITA'
Fri.-Cartoon Festival (0)

2 03 T seBPa po )Britain
(SIT) (G)
Sat.-A Piece of Action (SIT) (PG)
Sun., Jr. Mat., 2:00--Angels with Dirty Faces
(G)
p


RAINBOW CITYe -
(Air-Conditioned)
Sun.-Mon.-Airport '77 (SIT) (PG)
I I G
Tues.-Grizz y (8 T) (P )
Wed.-Coming Home (R)
Wed. and Thurs.-Coming Home (R)
GATUN MINITHEATER*
(Air-Conditioned)

it--The 27th2 GC)rash Landing (G)
Sat.-The Wild One (PG)
Sun Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Giant Claw (G)
Sun -Secret of Treasure Mountain (PG)
*All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. AII shows are post meridiem time
except as shown. Program subject to change.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: (0) All ages ad-
mitted. General audience. (PC) Parental
\
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. (R) Re-

ecstsdac ieund re t adm d
guardian. (X) Persons under 17 not ad.
matted. (SIT) Indicates Spanish titles. '
(BW) All in color unless listed.


Page 2


What Is It.


O BDdS 6tt et
17 0 I
I Of AIDBS ITUSII

The Diablo Toyland is now open
seven days a week. The hours on
Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Friday are from 9:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On Monday and
Thursday, the hours are 1 to 8 p.m.
The Coco Solo Toyland is open
the same hours as the department
store. From December 18 through
December 23, it will be open every
day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Both Toylands will be open on
Sunday, December 24, from 9 a.m.
to 4 .m
Charge accounts and personal
checks can be used to pay for mer-
chai2dise under current Panama
Canal regulations.
Assembly and delivery of wheeled
toys and bicycles can be arranged
with the section supervisor.
The last day for deliveries will
be December 19, and the last day
for will-call pickup will be Decem-
her 24.


Beginning Friday, december 1, 1978



















'We Can Wokh Out' Is Theme of Conflict Resolution Workshop


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


December 1, 1978


vided into groups, and each group
developed a scene of conflict in the
workplace to be acted out by two
or three of its members. Together
they created a dialogue for the ac-
tors, one of whom was to behave
assertively while the other or others
were aggressive or nonassertive.
Group members called into play
the behavior patterns people actual-
ly choose during conflict situations
and applied the skills they had
learned for resolving conflict in a
way that allows botli parties to
come out winners. *
Each of the scenes was video-
taped by the Graphics Branch and
played back so that participants
could critique the handling of the
conflict from the viewpoints of both
the supervisor and the employee.
Lest it sound like all work and no
play, let your mind's eye envision
one of'the scenes acted out in the
recent workshop. An irate employee,
played by Pandora Aleman, is he-
ing told by her supervisor, played
by Mery McMillan, that her way
of dressing, in mini-skirts and see-
through blouses, is too suggestive
and therefore inappropriate for the
ofHee. ;
Pandora responds aggressively
that how she dresses is "lTghly per-
sonal" and that, after all, "I do
my job, at least no one's ever com-
plained."
Her assertive supervisor uses a
technique known as "fogging" to
quietly agree ivith her that in fact
he likes both her clothes and the
way she does her job. Then, like a
"broken record," he repeats the
problem, which is that her <.Inthe
are not suitkle for the office.
Not one to be easily confined to
the issue, Pandora attempt to di-
vert attention from herself first by
attacking her supervisor's way of
dressing: "Is purple the latest fash-
ion?" she asks sarcastically. Then


Imagine yourself in this situation:
You are standing near a cash reg-
ister waiting to pay for your pur-
chase. Other people, who came
after you, .are being waited on first.
You are getting tired of waiting,
What ivould you do? Would you
-take the article back t6 where
you picked it up or edge- closer to
try and catch the eye of the clerk.
---shout that you sure get poor
service in this store, slam the article
down on the counter and walk out.
-tell the clerk ih a voice loud
enough to be heard that you were
ahead of the people who have al-
ready been waited on and that yoti
would like to be waited on now.
Employees who attended the
Workshop in Constructive Conflict
Resolution offered at the Training
Center for ,the first time recently
can tell you that if you picked the
first alternative you chose to resolve
the problem by being nonassertive>
i.e., by allowing your rights to be
violated. If you decided shouting
was the best solution, you behaved
aggressively, standing up for your
rights without regard for the rights
of others. If you chose to .tell the
clerk what you expected in the way
of service, you asserted yourself,
that is, you stood up for your legit-
imate rights in a direct, honest way
that did not violate the rights of
others.
Learning how to handle everyday
conflict in a positive way is what the
three-and-one-half-day workshop
is all about. The focus of the course
is on teaching employees, partic-
ularly those in supert isons positions,
how to confryt and muumize or
resolve organizational conflicts con-
structively to create a more produc-
tive and harmonious working en-
vironment.
The first group of Canal em-
playees to participate in the work-
shop ivere taught by the man who
spent three years developing and
refining the training course. Ron
Mead is an Employee Development
Specialist with the Communica-
tions and Office Skills Training Cen-
ter of the Civil Service Commission
in Washington, D.C.
The field of human relations is
a relatively new one for the Com-
mission, and Mead has been as-
signed to develop that area in train-
ing courses. Eight years of working
under conflict conditions in a gov-
ernment job in Fort Belvoir, Va.,
was good preparation for the task.
He left that job convinced that "It
doesn't have to be that way. People
should be able to enjoy each other."
In the conflict resolution work-
shop, Mead emphasizes the prac-
tical rather than the theoretical ap~
preach to problem solving. Parti-
cipants are taught to see how they
are coming across to others in the
context of the office situation and
are. given alternate behavior patt
terns to model themselves after.
a
Known in some quarters as asser-
,,
tiveness training, class members
learn to go after what they want or -
to stand up for what they believe
in without hurting other people,
Because as Mead says "problem
-
solving requires effort and courage'
a lot of effort and a certain amount
of courage is required of employees
who participate in the workshop.
Among the ways class members
learned practical solutions to worka-
day conflicts was by dramatization,
or role-playing. The class was di-


.-. as


ods used to teach participants in the training course
how to resolve on-the-job otmilicts. Its their real life
roles O'Brien is a Freight House local agent and Voyles
is a police inspector in the Canal Zone Police Division.


A SCENE OF CONFLICT-Chuck O'Brien reasons
with his hard-driving supervisor Virgil Voyles in a dra-
matization performed at the Workshop in Constructive
Conflict Resolution. Role-playing as one of the meth-


of text-book cases to which \they
applied personal experience. They
saw short films, such as "The Fine
Art of Aggression" starring Nicole
Williamson, and analyzed what they
had seen. They listened to lectures
and took part in.exercises aimed at
such practical matters as how to
give a work assignment without
creating resentinent. There was
even a handout on dealing with
"The Abrasive Personality at the
Office, an issue that provided
Mead with the opportunity to state
a basic tenet of his course: few
-problems have easy answers; some
problems have no answers.
Mead emphasized that the work-
shop can only provide suggestions
and guidelines, not pat answers
or solutions to conflicts. An in-
(Continuedony.4)


have complained about her dress
habits. Going even a step further,
McMillan tells Pandora that he has
come into the office himself and
seen her leaning over a filing ca-
binet in a mini-skirt that was "quite
revealing."
Pandora's response: "Are we talk-
ing about your personal hangups or
about something I'm doing wrong
on the job?"
Needless to say, the conflict over
costumes was eventually resolved
when both parties agreed that Pan-
dora did not want to be the subject
pf complaints at the office because
of her clothes.
Role-playing was just one of the
techniques used to help class memo
bers acquire conflict resolution
skills. Participants in the workshop
engagedinround-tablediscussions


she questions why Harry, who
wears tight pants and open shirts
that "show his hairy chest," is not
being given a dressing-down, so to
speak.
, Her supervisor, refusing to react
defensively to Pandora's cutting re-
mark about his choice of colors,
once again "fogs" by agreemg
that his cl thes are ot particular-
ly conservative. He deftly puts
aside her argument concerning
Harry by reminding her that Harry
works in the back room while she
works with the public. Then he sup- _
ports his basic argument by reluc-'
tantly disclosing that customers


telephone
nutqber
52-7001
52-7585
52-7757
52-3577
43-1904
43-1665
52-7433
52-7723
52-8383
52-3805
52-3305
52-3274
52-3335
52 7684
52-3421
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Subcommit
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A. Sur
B. Lan
C. Pub
2. PORTS
A. Port
B. Rail
3. HOUSI
4. COMM
5. BUSINE
6. NONPR
7. HEALT
8. SOCIA
9. UnilT
A. Pow
B. Com
c. wat
D. sew
10. GARBA
STRE
11. SCHOO
12. POSTA
13. FISCA
A. Imp
14. ROADS
15. lilRE P
16. EMPLO
17. LICEN
18. JURIDI
19. CLAIM
20. PERSO
21. POLIC
22. ENVIR
23. LIAISO


Rehearsing a dance routine for The Stage Band Variety Show are, left,
Lianne Werlein and instructor Sheri Marquardt-Hay, while Ann Patton,
waits her turn. The show ivill be staged tonight and tomorrow at 8 p.m.
in the Cristobat High School Auditorium. In addition to music by the CHS
Band, the evening entertainment will include singing and dancing, a
comedy farce "All Too General Hospital" and a bevy of Band beauties
competing for the Miss America crown. Tickets will be available at th%
door. The price of admission is $1.50 for adults; 75 cents for students
12 through 18 without Student Association Cards; and 50 cents for stu-
dents with S.A. cards and children under 11. Proceeds from the show will
go to The Tiger Rags, a group -of parents inul members of the Atlantic
communities who have joined together to raise money to buy uniforms
for the band.


Page 3


. "


*
0- hairmen 0 Oint Sub committees
T
tee Chairman
S AND WATERS_ Mr. James E. Ferrara
veys -------- ----- ------ Mr. R. J. Risberg
d Use Licensing Mr. Joseph? J. Wood
lic Facilities _1_ Mr. R. M. Murphy
AND RAILROAD Col. Charles R. Clark
s --- ---- ------ Mr. Jack M. RuofL
road -- -- ---------- Mr. Frederick R. CalL
NG ----- --... Mr. R. P. Laverty
ERCIAL SERVICES - Mr. J. P. Corrigan
SS ACTIVITIES - ---- ME Robert S. Jeffrey
OFIT ORGANIZATIONS Mr. Robert S. Jeffrey
H AND SANITATION Col. John R. Simmons
L SECURITY ____ Mr. John Y. Wagner
IES ------ -- --- Col. J. J. Plunkett
er -- -- ---- --- Mr. F. A. Lee__
munications --- ---- Mr. C. H. Harrilk
er __ Mr. H. A. Tooke
ers - ----- Mr. F. Martinez_
GE, TRASH COLLECTION AND
ET CLEANING - Mr. R. M. Murphy
LS ----- -- -------- Mr. M. P. Gordon
L SERVICES Mr. M. P. Gordon
L MATTERS --- Mr. Robert S. Jeffrey
oration ___ . Mr. Robert S. Jeffrey
AND STREETS ----- Col. J. J. Plunkett
PROTECTION -- Mr. M. P. Gordon
YEE DOCUMENTATION Mr. Robert S. Jeffrey
SING AND REGISTRATION __ Mr. Robert S. Jeffrey
CAL --- ----- ----- Mr. J. Patrick Conley
S -- - -------- Mr. Walter D. Biorseth
NNEL ---------- Mr. Gordon M. Frick
E Mr. M. P. Gordon __
ONME Dr. Frank H. Morris
N - --- ----- Mr. Hugh A. Norris_





-- --





.
-


Irma V.Pasco, center, safety specialist, OfBce-of the Safety Director, who
recently completed a safety course at the Dupont Plaza Hotel in 191iami,
is1shown with Frank E. FernAndez, president of the Inter-American Safety
Council, at left, and Santiago G. Egana, industrial psychologist of the
council. The course, the first of its kind to be conducted in the Spanish
language by the Inter-American Safety Council, covered techniques to
control losses through accident prevention, property damage, waste control
, and risk management-

U II D
rit4ICII DUTOBtt
(Continuedfromp.1)


The Panama Canal Company is
accepting applications for clerk-.
typist and klerk-sh nourapher posi-
tions in grades 3, $6,032.00 yearly,
and grades 4, $6,760.00 yearly.
The minimum requirements are:
Clerk-Typist, NM-3:
1. One year of experience or one
year of education above the high
school level.
2. Pass a written examination at
the Central Examining Office.


P/10to QUlz DSWer
These concrete markers are situated
at many locations around the Canal
Zone, including the entrances to Los
Rios, Gamboa Penitentiary, Sum-
mit Gardens and the Balboa Heights
Administration Building. Originally
they were the tops of light posts
that illuminated the three sets
of locks.


etire teranS 8
FO? Service Information
Retired veterans of the U.S. mil-
itary currently employed by the
Canal organization received a letter
and questionnaire from the Person-
nel Bureau in October requesting
information about their military
service.
The questionnaires should be re-
turned as soon as possible so that
the Personnel Bureau can keep
official personnel folders up to date,
Any retired veteran who did not
receive the letter and questionnaire
should contact Robert Rupp at
52-3176. .


' December 1, 1978


THE PANAMA CANAL SPHaLWAY


New-Representatives and Alternates

Elected to Canal Zone Ciwe Councils


Results of the recent elections for
representatives and alternates to
serve on the Canal Zone Civic
Councils show the following per-
sons were elected: -
Pacific Civic Council: Ancon-Bal-
boa Heights; Gerald Cohen, Dr.
Ernst Kredel, Dr., Henry Stock-
well; Los Rios-Corozal-Cardenas;
Dolores Irwin, Curt Jeffries, Wil-
}iam Benny; Balboa-La Boca; Van
Bedwell, Joe Norton, Gail Good

o nsTottenM&Bill SS t i e
Heights-Curundu; Leo Cannon,
Betty Farrell, John Long.
Gamboa: Pat Munchbach,'pres-
ident; Frank Wruck, Joella Deakins'
councilmen; George Kessel, Roger
Dean, Priscilla Dunn, Bruce Perry'
Bob Durm, Iternates (in or .nes,


president; George Ford, vice pres-


ident; Wilfred Adams, secretary-
treasurer; ,Philmore Alexis, repre-
sentative to Governor's session;
Claude Burgess, alternate repre-
sentative.
Paraiso: Samuel H. Blenman,
president; Rupert A. Phillips, vice-
president; Dorothy Graham, rep-
resentative; Michael B. Kelly, alter-
nate representative; Reginald A.
Guillette, secretary; Meliton Avila,

a b ts el e tu
Alfredo Newball, representatives to
the Congress of Latin American
Civic Councils.
Special recognition is given to
Joseph Norton's American Govern-
ment class at. Balboa High School
for the valuable assistance in man-
ning the Pacific Civic Council vot-

Id blesthin th Administr
and. at the Balboa Retail Store.


Clerk-Typist, NM-4:
The siHife requirements as above,
except that, instead of one year of
experience or one year of education
above the high school level, appli-
cant must have two years of experi-
ence or two years of education above
the high school level.
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-3:
1. One year of experience in tak-
ing and transcribing dictation or
One year of education above .the
high chool le I
2. Pass a cI k-sfenougapher test
at the Central Examining Office.
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-4:
The same requirements as above,
except that, instead of one year of
experience or one year of education
above the high school level, appli-
cant must have two years of experi-
ence in taking and transcribing dic-
tation or two years of education
above the high school level.
All interested persons must call
or visit Yolanda M. Sadowski, Room
101, Building 345, Ancon. Mrs.
Sadowski's telephone number is
52-7570.
All qualified applicants will re-
ceive consideration for appointment
without regard to race, religion,
color, national origin, age, sex, par-
tisan political afHIiation or any other
non-inerit factor.

anue UP ey OOf

hoTd ts u k ho t om
row at the Pedro Miguel Cun Club.
Activities will get underway at
8 a.m.
Tickets can be purchased from
members or at the gun club. The
price of a ticket is $1.50 and in-
cludes dinner and a chance to win
door prizes.

USO J Sewing Gasses
The USO-J is accepting registra-
tions for itew classes in Beginners
Sewing and Pattern Making.

tho ew he m go la ou
in sewmg.
Classes are given Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday mornings from
10 to 11:30.
For niore information call
52-5972 or 52-2817.


., .
ployees injured on the job. Non-
U.S.-citizens will no longer be
eligible for care at Gorgas and Coco
Solo health facilities after the
30-month period. The Health Bu-
.
reau is seeking agreement with Pan-
ama to permit injured non-U.S.-cit
izen employees covered by the Fed-
eral Employees Compensation Act
to be evaluated and treated for the
specific injury at Gorgas andCoco
Solo hospitals. Simmons indicates
that they are also seeking agree_
ment with Panama to permit initial
emergency care at Gorgas and Coco
Solo for injured non-U.S. citizens
who are covered by the Professional
Hazards Insurance of the Panama
Social Security system. Panama has
raised no real objections and has
expressed considerable interest for
the prompt evaluation and/or treat~
ment of all injured employees at
the nearest medical facility regard-
less of which injury compensation
law covers the employee. Once an
agreement is reached with Panama,
this issue will have to be discussed
with the Military.
.
The subcommittee is also workmg
to insure that persons who retired
before 1970 continue to receive
care at Coco Solo and Gorgas hos-
pitals. Those retired after that date
come under a special program en-
acted by the Civil Service Com-
mission.


esolutiOH
from p. 3)
"They must use their own best judg-
ment,"
Plans are being made to offer
the workshop again beginning next
year. It will be taught by the Per-
sonnel Bureau's employee devel-
opment specialists Gus De La Guar-
dia and Mery McMillan.


tablished to insure that the current
quality 6f treatment being given to
the 37 patients at Palo Seco will
continue after the transfer.
The animal hospitals at Mindi
and Corozal will coixtinue in opera-
tion under the Health Services
Commarid. Like the transfers^ of
Coco Solo and Gorgas hospitals,
Simmons says the changes that will
Occur will be organizational and
should not affect patient care.
The new Canal Commission will
employ two veterinarians to insure
proper sanitation aboard ships tran
siting the Canal as well as three
physicians to oversee sanitation
within Canal operating areas and to
continue the industrial Health fune-
tion. Agreement has been reached
within the subcommittee .that the
Commission will contiixue its efforts
at maintaining control of mosquitos. .
Other issues the subcommittee is
discussing are the continued report-
ing by both governments of com-
municable diseases; sanitation stand-
ards for cafeterias and other eating
establishments that will operate on
a concession basis near Canal oper-
ating and housing areas; and pol-
lution and environmental health
problems.
A major responsibility of the
Health and Sanitation Subcommit-
tee is to deal with the issue of the
treatment of Ciknal Commission em-

OH ICt
(Continue
dividual, he says, has the right to
choose a behavior he feels is ap-
propriate to a particular situation
and may, in fact, choose not to be
assertive. "Students are ultimately
responsible for their own conduct
in their human relations," he says
in an introduction to the course.


Page 4


Nine Retirees

On Latest List

The names of 9 employees of
the Panama Canal appear on the
latest list of retirees issued by the
Personnel Bureau's Employee Ser -
vices Branch. The names of the re-
tirees, their positions, places of em-
ployment and total years of U.S.
Government service are as follows:
Francisco Amaya Jr., linehandler,
Port Captain, Cristobal,.Atlantic
side: 12 years 8 months 28 days.
Donald R. Chaney, senior control

co ator, L sb1 Di o
d ays.
James D. Tipton, senior hydro and
generator operator, Electrical Di-
vision, Pacific side: 28 years 15
days. -
Clifford Bocker, crane operator,

eo 6D ,21'a fi side:
Goldbourne L. Campbell, clinic
clerk receptionist, Gorgas Hospi-
talPacificside:37years7months
3 days.
William T. Craig, senior control
house operator, Locks Divisioil,
Pacific side: 30 years 7 months
14 d ays,
Leon P. Davis, personnel security
specialist, Internal Security Office,
Pacific side: 34 years 9 months
15 days.
Conrado Gomez, laborer, Main-
teriance Division, Atlantic side:
30 years 5 months 6 clays.
Euribiades Jaen, stevedore, Termi-
nals Division, Atlantic side: 29
years 8 months 4 days.


Sweet A decline Hold

TIStadS M aded
The Crossroads Chapter of Sweet
Adelines will hold its annual Christ-
mas Market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m'
tomorrow, at the Red Bern.
For sale will be a large assort-
ment of items made by artisans and
craftsmen from all over the Isthmus.
As a special feature this year, the
Christmas Market'will offer a wide
variety of* homemade Christmas
breads and other baked goodies.
And to keep the children entertain-
ed while mother shops, there ivill
he a "kiddie train" and a lish pond.
For additional information on
buying or selling at the market, call
43-5420 or 43-3589. There is still
time to rent a table if you hurry!


ft@- d y 80 0 ( Falf

OffS Onday at CHS
The Canal Zone Council of the
International Reading Association
will sponsor its annual Book Fair
at Cristobal High School on Decem-
her 4, 5 and 6.
Students will visit the fair.during
school hours and members of the
community are invited to browse
from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
The council expects a wide selec-
tion 6f books, both paperback and
hardcover, but the actual number
of books may be limited.
Parents can help support the as-
sociation by encouraging their chil-
dren to bring a little Book Fair
money to school early in December,
For more information call Corrie
J. Holland at Cristabal High School,
43-6241.


Canel Organization Needs Stenos and Typists


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Los pasillos del Auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria de banda comenzaron a prepararse para su program anual
Balboa repercuten can misica navidefia desde la term de m6sica navidefia. Agui el Coro Selecto, ensaya el
cera semana del curso, cuando las\clases de canto y de "Mesias" bajo la direcei6n de Bonnie Wolff.


Departarnento de Defense Desea

OttnET & EmpedoOS de JB (IDrlda


La Medalla de Primera Clase, el
premio mis alto que otorga el Cuer-
po de Bomberos de PanamA, le fue
conferida a Robert McGuinness,
empleado de la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor, en reconocimiento
de la ayuda que prest6 a los hijos
y nietos de bombers Jubilados de
la Repdblica de PanamA.


& UBS del fi
9 -
Serin EntregadOS

/ Ofa 22 de OjC "
El Vicepresidente de Finanzas
~anuncia que los empleados de la
Coinpaiifa del Canal tendrin unos
dias adicionales para hacer sus com-
pras de Navidad gracias a una de-
cisi6n en acorde con el espiritu na-
videfio de pagarles can 4 dias de
antelaci6z"
El dia de pago del martes 26 de
diciembre seri adelantado al vier..
nes 22 de diciembre.
Se hard todo lo possible por dis-
tribuir los cheques a los empleados
el viernes por la mariana. Los em-
pleados que no trabajan en el turno
diurno, tendrin que regresar a sus
lugares de pago durante el curso del
dia a fin de recibir sus cheques,


"El Ainor a la Navidad" es el
tema del Quincuag6simooctavo Pro-
grama Anual de Navidad que pre-
sentard la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa. En lo que promote ser un
event sobresaliente en la tempora-
da navidefia para los amantes de la
m6sica en lit Zona del Canal, Harry
Someone, director del Harry.Sime-
one Chorale de la ciudad de Nueva
York seri el conductor invitado del
Coro Combinado cuando*4ste efe-
cute su arreglo de "Cantemos Aho-
ra a la Navidad".
Conocido en el mundo enter por
sus habilidades como conductor,
compositor, arreglista y maestro de
misica, del Album de Simeope in-
titulado "El Pequefio Tamborilero-
Un Festival Navidefio" se vendieron
catorce millones de copies hasta
1972 y Aste le logrb un lugar en el
Libro Guinness de Marcas Insupe-
radas. Ha hecho arreglos para los
Pennsylvanians de Fred Waring y
para los Estudios Paramount de
H.ollywood y ha hecho arreglos y ha
dirigido orguestas en la television.
Aparte de "Tamborilero", que le
produjo discos de oro tanto como
Album como en disco sencillo, Si-

;::::,.::.b es nl dep
go" y "Cualquiera Puede Mover
una Montalia".
Someone y su esposa estarin en
el Istmo como invitados-de la Divi-

::.,de Es s eela9Zona M
cienibre.
El program de Navidad que
consta de tres parties comenzard a


las 7:30 p.m. del jueves' 7 de di-
ciembre en el auditorio de la Escue-
la Secundaria de Balboa con la par-
ticipaci6n del Coro Selecto. Los 77
estudiantes que concursaron para
former parte de este grupo ejecuta-
rAn la porci6n navidefia del "Me-
slas" de Handel bajo la direcei6n
de B. K. Thompson, director de md-
sica de la iscuela Secundaria de
Balboa y la asistente Bonnie Wolff.
AcompatiarA al piano Donna K.
Baldwin y el program serd narrado
por Laura J. Lee.
Alas 7:30 p.m. del jueves, 14 de
diciembre, el Conjunto Sinf6nico de
Instruments de Viento se presenta-
rd en el auditorio de la E cuela Se-
cundaria de Balboa bajo la direc-
ci6n de B. K. Thompson. El progra-
ma constard de selecciones navide-
iias, sagradas y seglares.
El Coro Combinado, compuesto
por el Coro Selecto junto con dos
salons de vocalizaci6n presentarAn
"Cantemos Ahora a la Navidad" ba-
jo ladirecei6n de Harry Simeone a
las 8 p.m. del jueves 21 de diciem-
bre en el Teatro de Balboa.
Los solos serin cantados por
Daphne M. Terry, Lucinda Vela,
he Hunwo ey

recitatives de bajo y Mark M. Muse
y Harry Conley actuarin como na-
rradores. Angie Austin ofrecer[un
solo de flanta. Las, acompatiqxites

lS in winMDonkey Baldwin
Al final del program habri una
sorpresa especial que fascinard tan-
to a chicks como a grades.


Mds de.64 Ailos al S icio del Comercio Mundial


Vol. XVII; No. 15


Viemes 1 9 de Diciemtwo de 1978


Este es el segundo de una serie
de recuentos sobre el trabafo de las
subcomisiones binacionales que ac-
tealmente se prqparan pq 4 (4[ pg-
bi2cidn"& & tratador del Canal de
Panama el 19 de octubre de 1979.
El 19 de octubre de 1979, todos
los servicios de salubriBad del Go-
bierno de la Zona del Canal, que
tratan directamente con la atenci6n
m&dica de pacientes, con unas ex-
cepciones, serin transferidos al Co-
mando de Servicios de Salubridad
del Departamento de Defensa. El
Colonel Johzr R. Simmons, copre-
sidente de la Subcomisi6n de Salud
y Saneamiento, dice que esti opti-
mista que los pacientes de estas ins-
talaciones no notarin ninguna dife-
rencia en la atencibn que recibirAn
despubs de 14 transferencia, adn al
punto de ser tratados por los mis-
mos doctors que los trataron ante-
riordiente. El Comando de Servicios
de Salubridad desea retener a todo
empleado actual de la Direcci6n de
Salubridad que desee quedarse, in-
forma Simmons.
La Subcomisi6n de Salud y Sa-
neamiento-no tiene informaci6n so-
bre cuestiones tales como cambios
en el sistema de vacaciones que pu-
dieran afectar a los empleados in-
volucrados en la transferentia. Dice
que el Comando de Servicios de
Salubridad esti sujeto a los regla-
mentos del Servicio Civil con rela-
ci6n a estos asuritos y puede hacer
excepciones en beneficio de los em-
pleados del Canal s610 si la Ley de
Ejecuci6n de los tratados lo capa-
cita para hacerlo.


Actualmente, la Direcei6n de Sa-
lubridad esti prestando atenci6n
mbdica a unos 92,000 empleados de
4 prijailippign dg! peak miem-
bros del servicio active de las fuer-
zas armadas de los Estados Unidos,
y sus dependfentes, y empleados ci-
viles de las agencies de las fuerzas
armadas y sus dependientes. Des-
pubs del period de transici6n de
30 meses, s61o empleados de cinda-
dania norreamericana y sus depen-
dientes podrAn recibir tratamiento
en las instalaciones del D'eparta-
mento de Defensa. Se espera qize
la pobtacibn que recipe este servi-
cio disminuya gradual ente a
aproximadamente 45,000. En alguna
oportumdad, observe Simmons, es
de esperarse que el Comando de
Servicios de Salubridad efectuard
un studio de los recursos humans
a fin de determine el n6mero de
personal que realmente se necesita.
Los hospitals Gorgas y Coco So-
10 son dos de las instalaciones que
serin transferidas al Departamento
de Defense el dia en que entire en
vigencia los tratados. En un tempo,
dijo Sinimons, se pens6 cerrar el
hospital Coco Solo y construir una
enfermeria de diez camas en su lu-
gar. En la actualidad, dijo, la pers"
pectiva es que el hospital de Coco
Solo seguird como estA. El Coman-
40 de Servicios de Salubridad con-
sidera que seria mis econ6mico con-
servar el Hospital Coco Solo que
construir una nueva instalaci6n.
- La subcomisi6n esti gestionando
can el Gobierno de PanamA la po~
sibilidad de transferir aproximada-


mente 80 de los 100 pacientes del
Centre de Salud Mental de la Zona
del Canal a instalaciones en Pana-
mA. La mayoria de 6stos son pa-
cientes de edad avanzada lecluidos
desde hace mucho tempo y que bi-
sicamente necesitan cuidado en vez
de tratamiento. Todos los pacientes
que serian trasladados son cindada-
nos no estadounidenses.
Simmons opina que las instalacio-
nes del Centro de Salud Mental con-
tinuarin en uso bayo la administra-
ci6n del Departamento de Defensa
durante tres afios mis. Un departa-
mento de Psiquiatria tambi6n serA
establecido en el Hospital Gorgas.
Si el n6mero de pacientes eligibles
para tratamiento despubs de la tran-
sici6n es mantenido a un minimo,
agreg6, se considered eventualmen-
te tratar a los pitcientes con proble-
mas psiquiAtricos agudos en el Hos-
pital Gorgas.
Los centros de salud comunales
de Rainbow City y Paraiso serin
transferidos a la RepAblica de Pa-
nami el 19 de actubre de 1979. FI
centre de Gamboa serd transferido
al Commando de Servicios de Salu-
bridad, pero la suerte de los Cen-
tros de Salud de Margarita y Bal-
boa aAn esti por decidirse. La Di-
recei6n de Salubridad ha recomen-
dado al Departaniento de Defensa
que estas dos instalaciones sigan
funcionimdo, por lo menos parcial-
inente, dijo Simmons. El 41timo pro-
yecto del Comando de Servicios de
Salubridad, que actualmente esti
siendo revisado, es que la Instala-
ci6n de Medicina Preventiva, esta-
blecida por MEDAC, brinde el cui-
dado de salud a la comunidad.
La Subcomisi6n tambi6n tiene la
responsabilidad de supervisor la
transferencia del Hospital de Palo
Seco a PanamA, cosa que preocupa
a muchas personas debido al aspec-
to humanitario. La mayoria de los
pacientes que se encuentran en el
lazareto han estado alli durante mu-
chos afios, sefial6 Simmons, y para
ellos es un hogar y un modo de vida
mis bien que un centre de trata-
miento mbdico. Simmons dice que
un program de adiestramiento se-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


En su calidad de president de
una organization que fue fundada
hace tres afios, McGuinness ha sido
active en el establecimiento de pro-
gramas escoldsticos y juveniles para
esos nifios.
La medalla fue entregada por
Guillermo LeBlanc Jr., Comandan-
te Primer Jefe del Cuerpo de Bom-
beros de PanamA, durante la cere-
monia anual de entrega de premios
celebrada el martes en el Cuartel
Juan A. Guizado en la Ciudad de
Pa A
nam del
McGuinness recibi6 el Premio N
Canal de PanamA por Servicilo)s -
blicos en reconocimiento sus
afios de servicio vodadtar50en nte-
nefkio de acd e los resimeenteo

ami del Ca ly la Repdblica
Pa md, y su I or con la juven-
el Z del Canal, al-
dnde sus 00 tribuciones ae e iga
Fastlich de Bbishol.

A Pedir Se a IC O
Aquellos nifiitos (0 adults) que
estin interesados en charlar con
Santa Claus acerca de sus lists de
Navidad podrAn hacerlo este mes
Diabl Co Solo
en oo co .
El 2 y 16 de diciembre, Santa
Claus estard en Juguetelandia de
Diablo de 10 a.m. a 3 p.m.
Estard en Juguetelandia de Coco
Solo el 9 de diciembre de 10 a.m.
a 3 p.m.

J.fay Cupos en Preltinder
El Prekinder ABC, ubicado en la
plant baja de la Iglesia Saint
Mary's, Balboa, a6n tiene algunos
cupos para el afio escolar 1978-79.
Nifios de tres y cuatro afios de
edad son eligibles para asistir, y
pueden ser matriculados de lunes a
viernes entre 8:30 y 11:15 a.m.
Si desea mis informaci6n Ilame
al 52-4755.


e- -
' E
..


- .
Robert McG uinness


Las Areas conocidas como los "Li-
mites"enambosladosdellstmoson
Areas de alta criminalidad donde
prolifera el robo de holsos, certeras
cimaras
La Policia de la Zona del Canal
aconseja a los residents que no ca-
minen por el tramo de la Avenida 4
de Julic entre la entrada de Quarry
Heights y el Puente de las Ambri-
cas en Balboa y la Avenida Bolivar
entre las called 11 y 16 eix Crist6bal,
Cuando conduzea 4mr estas Areas


mantenga las puertas y ventanas ce-
rradas.
A pesar de que _la Policia de la
*
Zona del Canal ha aumentado la
vigilancia en ambas Areas, los robos
estin aumentando dada la facilidad
con que cuentan estos delincuentes
para cruzar el limited entre la Repb-
blica de Panami y la Zona del
Canal para evadir el arrest. Una
ciudadania incauta s610 facility la
delincuencia.


Conocicio Compositor Dirigid Coro


De Escuela Secondaria de Balbor


T


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Empleado del Transporte eMotor Recibe

Medalle del Cuerpo de Somberos de Panami


UfdadO COn OS BTter/Std5





El exterior parcel una colecei6n de diamantes, peroa lque mis vale esti adentro. Desde muy lejos se capta,


, 4 gq g g g g g my
LUFSOS de IftpaSO rard IngemefOS en 4.1 de Id LOtIB


,

Spill way del Canal de Panama
HAROLD 8,. PARFffr AMES H. TORMEY
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN DOLOREs E. SUISMAN
Director de Informacida Directora
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 publicacibit. Despubs de esa fecha s610 se aceptarin noticias
officials de urgencia. Stibscripci6n anual: correo ordinario $6; correo ordi-
nario, liara estudiantes $4; correo abreo $19. Enviese cheque o giro postal
-a favor, de The Panama Canal Company y dirigido a: Jefe de Servicios
Administrations, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


La Pre ants del MCS
dPor qub no dejarle el precio
a los regalos de sus antistades
para asi ahorrarles la molestia de
tener que averiguarloP


iDiciembre 1, 1978


SPILL AY DEL CANAL DE PANAM.A


PAgina 2


Viernes I de Diciernbre de 1978
RAINBOW CITY PARAISO
(Aire Acondicionado) Domingo-Fire sale (PG)
Domingo y Lunes-Airport '77 (SIT) (PG) Lunes-Mayday: 40,000 Ft.! (SIT) (PG)
Martes-Grizzly (SIT) (PG) Mi4rcoles-The Craduate (SIT) (PG)
Mi4rcoles y Jueves-Coming Home (R)
GUlA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general para personas de todas Ias edades. (PG) So sugiere
la Gula de los Padres, pues parte de la pelicula no serb apta para niiios. (R) Restringida.
Menores de 17 afios tendrin que ir acompailados de uno de los padres a su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitird menores de 17 ailes. (SIT) Titulos on espaiiol.


. -7--


ganag g *A colored. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
10:30-Programa Religiese
11:30-Los Locos Adams
12:00-Batman :
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Cine Vessiertino
C os can Rosita

4:00-Mundo Infantil
5:00-La Tremenda Code
6:00-La Polla flipica
6:30-Teved6s inflirma
7:30-Los Whitons
8:30-Acci6n y Misterio
10:30-Ultimas Naticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda


3:00-Daniel Bo one
4:00-Cine de Acci6n
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Switch
8:00-Los Angeles de Charlie
9:00-80st Seller

LO 0-Super Estrena
10:30-Programa Religioso
11:30-Mi Mujer as Hechicera
12:00-Batman
12:30-Tras la Naticia
1:00-Cine Vesportine
3:00-Cocinemos can Rosita
3:30-Plaza S6samon
4:00-Show de Bugs Bunny
0- n d Ms
6:00-La Tremenda Code
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-La Muier Billpica
8:30-Cine Favoritoo
10:30-Ultimes Noticias


1 oi TaanRealigiose
11:30-Los Diablos del Volante
12:00-Batman
12:30-Tras la Naticia
1:00-Cine Vesportino

loacinemos coli Rosita
4:00-Tom & Jerry /
4:30-Superman
5:00-Cheyenne .
6:00-La Tremenda Code
6:30-Taved6s Informa
7:30-Cldsicos Familiares
8:30-1.a Familia y sus
Problems


9:30-Sparky & Hutch .
10:30-Ultimas Naticias
11:00-Ultima Tanda
MIERCOLES
Pr ramGa81t igiose

12:00-Loterify Alegria
12:30-Tras ia Noticia
1:00-Cine Vesportine
3:00-Cocinemos can Rosita
3:30-Plaza 36samoo

n c3oera Azul
5:00--77 Sunset Strip
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Programa Especial
8:30-Time/Life Presenta
0 mas Hotiacias

JUEVES ,
10:30-Programa Religiose
11 0-Le MP aN tederas

1:00-Cine Vesportino
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza S@samon
4:00-Las Avehturas de All

00 rf de 6
6:00--La Tremenda corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Con M de Muerto
8:30-Lo Major del Boxes
10:O Las Belleras de
Blanskey
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:Q0-Ultima Tamia


La Universidad de la Zona del
Canal esti ofreciendo dos cursos ge
repaso para ingenieros que deseen
tomar el examen ofrecido por la Jim-
ta de Inscripci6n de: Arquitectos e
Ingenieros Profesionales de lk Zona
del Canal, en abril del prbximo afio.
El curso comenz6 la semana pasada
continuard hasta la primera sema-
da on abril
Los curses estin abiertos a todo
ingeniero, civil y military, sin distin-
ci6n de nacionalidad. El examen
califica al ingeniero para inscribirse
en la Zona del Canal 0 en otrolugar.
El repaso de Fundamentos de In-
geni ia (E0T 2 se relin los ar-

de abril de 1979. El curso los pre-
para para el primer dia'de los ex*
menes de inscripei6n. Pasandatos
exAmenes del segundo dia, conduce
a la inscripci6n como ingeniero pro-
fesional. La matricula cuesta $50
para estudiantes patrocinados per
una instituci6n guhernamental 0

'PattaSOS St e Hen
I
TOdo 10 L
S S UHOS
El recibn organizado Pueste de
Exploradores 13 invite a todos los
interesados a tomar barte en, una
ex r te eT4 e edad (y

asiste al noveno grado) hasta los 21
aiios pue apre de edad de nder c6mo
s ser un payaso, c6mo aplicarse el ma-
quillafe de payaso, c6mo desetupe-
ia fiar sainetes humoristicos, trucks'
juegos malabares y .otras rutinas.
s Los padres tambi6n estin invitados.
Las reunions son celebradas a
las 7 p.m., los lunes en el sal6n so-
cial del Balboa Union Church.
Para obtener mis informaci6n
Ilame a Dottie Nelson al 52-3430'
oa Lmda Huddleston al 52-3912.

$1 10teCa e & Zone
UeStra SqtOS ntigUBS
Aquellos que estbn interesados
en mandar a pedir fotografias his-
t6ricas del Canal podrdn ir a la Bi-
blioteca de la Zona del Canal a es-
tudiar los vol6menes de fotos viejas.
Despubs de haber seleccionado
las que le interesen, anote los nd-
meros en la parte de atrAs de la foto
ia y ponga su pedido con el Ramo de
s Artes Grificas.
Los volvimenes de fotografias his
t6ricas ya no se podrin ver en el
Raino de Artes Grkficas.


$110 para estudiantes independent
tes.
El requisito-para dichos curses es
teller titulo de ingeniero a su equi-
valente. La matricula puede ser pa-
ra cualquiera de estos cursos o am-
bos. Ambas clauses se rednen en el
Salbn 2, Edificio 0602, Centro de
Adiestrainiento del Canal de Pana-
mi, Calle Corozo, cerca de la esta-
ci6n de ferrocarril en Balboa. La
hora y el lugar de las clauses fueron


seleccionados para que los residen-
tes del sector AtlAntico puedan via-
jar por tren.
Para muchos de los ingenieros, la
matricula seriIiagada por la insti-
tuci6n en que trab'ajan.
Para mis informed, Ilame a la ofi-
cina db la universidad al 52-3107,
0 al instructor, Carl O. Riggs, al
52-3507 durante el dia o al 52-6496
en las notches y los fines de semana.
Se aceptark matricula tardia.


SABADO
11:00-Bronce

O as oaithier
1:00-Flithol on TV-2
2:00-B6islIol de las
Grades Ligas

5:330-El Ancho Mjindodel
6:30-Taved6s Informa
7:30-Submarino Rosa
8:00-Mistories de los Hardy
Boys/Nancy Drew
9:00-Archive Confidencial
. 10:00-Cine de Oro
DOMINGO
9:30-La Santa Misa
10:00-Documental
10:30-Tode per la Patria
12:00-Loteria
12:30-Boxeo de Ayer y ilol
2:00-Club PTL
Ogggf3
VIERNES
10:50-Documental
s vald C n

11:45-Mack &*Mayer
12:00-CandiIdjas
1:00-InformativodelMediedia
1:30-Ven Conmigo
2:30-Ilumillados y Ofendides
3.00-El Manantial
30-Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00-El Inspector Ardilla
4 30-Gasparin
5 00--Aguilas del Espacio
5:30-Dias Felices
6:00-Teleneticias RPC
7:00-Pentegrania
8:00-Pacto de Amer
9:00-Rafaela ,
10:00-Cuestidn de Minutes
10:15-Viernes Deportive
SABADO
10:00-'Camino do la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
10:45-Visidno
11:15-Los Amigos del Hotubre
11:45-McDut, a Perro

12:15-H erHDabice flogate
12:45-Informative
1:30-Martinez Blanco
4:00-0VNI

oticias RPC .
7:00-Los Nueves Vengallores
8:00-Del Vechio '
.9:00-Barnaby Jones
10:00-Cine Monumental
DOMINGO
9:00-Hinino Nacional
9:04-Documental
9:15---1.a Santa Misa*
10:00-Documental
10:30-Tode per la Patrias
17:00-44ilvese Guidn Pueda
12:00-Tope Gigie


Se estin hacienda los arreglos per-
tinentes para que Examinadores del
.rfido be Inminiation a 14aira-
lizaci6n de los Estados Unidos ce-
lebren audiences donde entregarin
certificados de cindadania estado-
unidense en la Zona del Canal en
abril de 1979.
Se urge alas personas interesadas
que Ilenen su solicited a fiempo pa-
la que puedan participar de las au-
diencias de este afio. 8610 se les da-
ra audiencia a aquellas personas que
hayan procesado su aplicaci6n por
medio del Servicio de trunigraci6n.
BAsicamente, un solicitante que
haya nacido en la Zona de} Canal
y que reclame la ciudadama esta-
daunidense en base a la de uno o
ambos padres,-deberd entregar el
certificado de nacimiento del resisec-
tivo padre, el certificado de matri-
monio de sus padres y su propio
certificado de nacimiento.
. Se exigird la misma documenta-
06n a aquellos que hayan nacido en
PanamA o cualquier otro pals cuyos
padres fueran norteamericanos y
empleados del Gobierno de los Es-
tados Unidos al moment de su na-
cimiento,
Los Certificados de Ciudadania
s610 se expedian dentro de los Es-
tados Unidos hasta 1966, cuando
una ley aprobada por el 899 Con-
greso durante el mandate del Pre-
sidente Johnson hizo possible ,que
los cindadanos obE2vieran las soli-
citudes dentro de la. Zona del Ca-
nal y futran entrevistados para ob-
tener sus certificados por officials


del Servicio de Inmigraci6n y Na-
turalizaci6n ent iados egycialmente
at Istmi Est a let homes vili a
aquellos que deseen naturalizarse.
Para mis informaci6n, }lang a
Marsha Cicero en la Oficina de
Aduanas de Balboa al 52-3426.

I I 1.
JUgUttelandlSS

4ygg

Juguetelandia de Diablo esti
b ta abor d te toda la
a El horaaio los sAbados
mingos, martes, mi6rcoles y vie nes
es de 9:30 a.m. a 5:30 p.m. Los lu-
nes y jueves el horatio es de Ia
8 p.m.
Juguetelandia de Coco Solo esti
abierta seg6n el horario del almac6n
de departments. Del 18 de di-
ciembre hasta el 23 de diciembre
abrird todos los dias de 10 a.m. a
8 p.m.
Ambas jugueterias abraran el do-
mingo 24 de diciembre de 9 a.m. a
4 p.m.
Se aceptarin las compras al cr4-
dito y por cheques personable, se-
g6n los nuevos reglamentos de la
Compafiia del Canal de PanamA.
Los juguetes de ruedas podrin
ser ensamblados y entregados pre-
vio arreglo con el supervisor de
secei6n.
El 61timo dia para entregas serd
el 19 de diciembre y el illtimo dia
para pasar a recover los juguetes se-
ri el 24 de diciembre.


"A colors. Su
jeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


1:00-Los Maravilloses

2:00--DJuguetes doo a
6:00-3 loon
7:00-Los Picares
8:00-Kojake
9:00-Ardros Tarjech
10:00-Gian Cine
LUNES .
10:45-Programa Educative
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinaro
11:45-Mack & Mayer
12:00-Show de Eduanlo II
1:00-informativodelMediedia
1:30-Ven Conmigo
2:30-Humillados y Ofendides
3:00-El Manantial
3:30-Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00-El inspector Ardilla

aa del Espacio
5:30-Ilias Felices
" 6:00-Telenoticias RPC ..
7:00-Chespirite
8:00-Pacto de Amor
9:00-Rafaela
10:00-Cilesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Edici6n Especial
MARTES
10:40-Documental
11:15-El Arte de Cocinars
Mack & Mayer

1:00-informativodelMediedia
1:30--Ven Conmigo
2430-Humillados y Ofendillos
3:00-El Manantial '
3:30-Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00--El inspector Ardilla
4:30--Gasparin
5:00-Agailas del Espacio
5:30-Dias Felices
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Piginas de Oro ,
. 8:00-Pacto de Amer
9:011-Rafaela


10:00-cuesti6n de Minutok
10:15-Cine Colosal

0 4E OumeEtSI
10:55-Festival de Cartones
11:15--El Arte de Cocinare
11:45-Mack & Mayer
12:00-Sodeo de los Mifrcole
12:30-Kalitidescopio.
1:00-InformativodelMediod
1:30-Ven Conmigo
2:30-Humillados y Ofendido
3:00-El Manantial
3:30-Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00-El Inspector Ardilla
4:30-Gasparin
5:00-Los Maravilloses
Juguetes de F61ix
6:00-Teleneticias RPC
7:00-Las Aventuras de

7:30-HPiinocho
8:00-Pacto de Amer
9:00-Rafaela
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

0 4E oSumental
10:45-Documental de la U
11:15-El Arte de Cocinare
11:45-Mack & Mayer
12:00-La Criada Bien Criada
U- fNormt elMediod
2:30-Humillados y Ofendide
3:00-El Manantial
3:30-Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00-El Inspector Ardilla
4:30-Gasparin
5:00-Aguilas del Espacio
5:30-Dias Felices
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Joeves Especiales
8:00-Pacto de Amor
9:00-Rafaela
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutes
10:15--CiDO CAlOS$g


JOu es?


r .
Se Entrevisters en A6rd a Queenes

tSetti tt't#ICadOS de JUdadank





borable est~ila dramatizacibn, O el
desempefii de un papel. La clase
se divide en grupos, y cada grupo
represent una escena de conflicto
en el lugar de trabajo interpretada
por dos o tres de sus miembros.
Conjuntamente crean un, dilogo
para los actors, uno de los que se
comportarb con positivismo mien-
tras qlue el otro u otros son agresivos
o carecen de positivismo. Los miem-
bros del grupo representan los ejem-
plos de comportamiento que las per-
sonas realmente adoptan durante.
situaciones de conflict y aplican las
habilidades que han aprendiao para -
solucionar el conflicto de tal manera
que le permit a ambos partidos
salir ganadores.
Cada escena es filmada por 61
Ramo de Artes Grlficas para des-
pubs proyectarla, dando a los par-
ticipantes la oportunidad de presen-
tar su critical constructiva sobre la
forma c6mo se trat6 el conflict
desde el punto de vista del super-
visor y del empleado.
Para que no pareic8 que todo es
trabajo y nada de diversi6n, defe
que el ofo de su mente capte una
de las escenas representadas duran-
..te el reciente seminario. Una em-
pleada encolerizada, representada
por Pandora Alemin, es Hlamada al
tapete por su- superviisor, -represen-
tado por Mery McMillan, por su .
manera de vestir, minifaldas y blu- .
sas transparentes. Le dice que son
demasiadas sugestivas y por 10 tanto
inapropiadas para la oficina. .
SPandora responded agresivamente
que su manera de vestir es "sirma-
mente personal" y que, despubs de
todo, "Yo desempefio mi trabajo;
al menos nadie fami~s so ha qlue-
jado".
Su supervisor, adoptando una ac-
tigg (~i~ti~;iusaj una ticilf~o-
nooida como "fogging", a fin de
c~oncordar calladamente con ella, di-
ci~ndole que en realidad, le gusfan
sus vestidos y la manera como de-
sempefia su trabajo. Bntonces, oo
un "disco rayado", repite el pro-


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Imaginese usted en una situaci6n
como bsta: Esti parade cerca de una
caja registradora esperando pagar
sus compras. Otras personas, que
llegaron despubs de usted, son aten-
didas primero. Usted esti cansado
de esperar. 2Qub haria usted?
-Devolveria 41 articulo al lugar
de deride 10 tom6 o se acercaria mis
para tratar de Ilamar la atencibn de
la camera.
-Gritaria quejindose del mal ser-
vicio en este almacbn, tiraria el ar- .
ticulo violentamente sobre el mos-
trador y abandonadia el lugar.
-Le diria a la camera en voz sufi-
cientemente~ alta para que todos
overan que usted estaba antes que
las personas que' ya habian sido
atendidas y que le gustaria que 10
atendieran ahora. -
Los empleados que asistieron al
seminario sobre Soluci6n Construc-
tiva deLConflicto, ofrecido por pri-
mera vez recientemente en el Centro
de Adiestramiento, pueden decide
que si escogi6 la primer alternative
ursted decidid solucionar el proble-
ma deniostrando falta de positivis-
mo, v.g., permitiendo que sus de
re~chos fueran violados. Si decidi6
que la mejor soludi6n era gritar,
listed se comport6 agresivamente,
defendiendo sus derechos sin consi-
derar los derechos do otros. Si usted
decidi6 decirle a la camera *lo tlue
era esperado de ella con respect al
servicio, usted demostr6 positivis-
mo, es decir, usted defendi6 sus de-
rechos legitimos en una forma direc-
ta y honrada sin violar los derechos
de otros.
C6mo tratar los conflicts cotidia-
nos en una forma positive es lo que
ensefia el seminario de tres dias y
medio. El propbsito del cursor es
ensefiar a,los empleados. particulr-
shbiiteiVTls ciue ocuipan positions
de supervisor, c6mo hacerle frente
y reducir a un minimo 0 solucionar
los conflictos org~nicos conlstructi-
vament~e a ~fin de crearr un ambiente
Sde trabajo mi~s production y armo-
nioso.
Los primeros empleados de la
Compatiia del Canal de PanamA en
participar en di~icho seminario fueron
instruidos por un hombre que d~e-
dic6 tres afios a 1B preparaci6n y
perfeccionanido el curse. Ron Mead
es Especialista en Capacitaci6n de
Empleados con el Centro de Adies- r
tramiefto en Habilidades de Ofi-
cina de la Comisi6n de Servicio
Civil en Washington, D.C.
El campo d'e relaciones humans
es relativamente nuevor para la ~co-
mrisi6n, y Mead fue designado para
desarrollar esa irea en sus curses.
Ocho afios de trabajar en situaciones
de conficto en una posici6n guber-
namental en Fuerte Belvoir, Virgi-
nia, lo prepararon para esta tarea.
--Renunci6 esa posicibn convencido
que "No tiene que ser asi. Las per-
songs deberian aprender a disfrutar.
de la compathia mutua".
Durante el seminario de solucibn
de conflicts, Mead recalc6 el trato
priectico mis bien que el tebrico
para solucionar problems. Se en"
sefia a los participants c6mo notar
si los otros los estbiz aceptando en
Sel engranaje de la oficina, y se les
ofrece alternatives de comporta-
mliento como ejemplo. Conolcido en
agunas parties como "'a testramien-
to en positivismo" el seminario en-
seiia a buscar el objetivo o defender
sus creencias sin herir a otras *
personas.
Porque, segin Mead, "la soluci6n
de problems require esfuerzo y
valor", much esfuerzo y cierta' can-
tidad de valor son requeridos de los
empleados que barticipani en el se-
miniario. Entre las maneras, que los
integrantes de la clase aprenden Jas
soluciones -irlcticas-de los confictos .
que se presentan durante el dia la-


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UNA ESCENA DE CONFLICTO--Chuck O'Brien flicto. La representaci~n de un papel fue uno dd los
trata de razonar con su supervisor Virgil Voyles du- m6todos usados para instruir a los participants del
rante una dramatizacicin que se Ilev6 a cabo como parte cursor de adiestramiento sobre cbmo solucionar los
del seminario sobre Soluci~n Constructiva del Con- conflietos en el trabajo.


blema, o sea, due sus vestidos no
son adecuados para la oficina.
Siendo una persona qye se re-
siste a limitarse al problema, Pan-
dora trata de desviar la atencibn
de su persona primerarmente ata.
cando la forma de vestir de su su-
pervisor: "dEs que el coblor morado
es la li1tima moda?", pregunta con
sarcasmo. Luego pregunta por qub
a Hartryjique vistelpantalories apre-
tados y camisas abiertas que "mues-
tran su. pecho :velludo", no le dan
tambiin un serm6n.
Su supervisor, rehusando reaccio-
nar defensivamente ante los ataquies
de Pandora sobre su selecei6n de
colors, una vaz mis acude al "fog"


concordando que bl propiamente no
se viste en particular conservadora-
~mente. Hibilmente deja a un lado
la dispute de Pandora con relaci6n
a Harry recordindole que Harry
trabaja en el cuarto trasero mien-
tras que ella trabaja directamente
con el pbblicol. Entonces apoya su
discusi6n fundamental revelindole
que los clients se han quejado de
su mbode de vestir. Ademis, Mc-
Millan le dice a Pandora que 61
personalmenteaha liegado a la ofi-
cina y la ha visto inclin~ada sobre
un archivador vistiendo una mini-
falda que era "bastante reveladora".
Pandora responded: '"iEstamos
hablando de sus complejos perso-
nales a de mi~mal desempefio del
trabajo?"
Indtil decir, el con~flicto sobre el
vestuario fue solucionado cuando
ambas parties acordaron que Pan-
dora no tenia -deseas de ser el tema
de quejas en la oficina debido a su
modo de vestir.
El desempefio del papel es s610
una de las t~cnicas usadas para ayu-
dar a la clase a adquirir los conoci-


mientos para solucionar los conflic-
tos. Lois 'iarticipantes en el semina-
rio Hlevan a cabo discusiones~pobre
casos contenidos en textos g los
cuales pueden aplicar su propia ex-
periencia. Ven peliculas, tales coin,
"The Fine Art of Aggression" (El
Fino Arte de la Agt~esibn), prdtago-
nizada por Nicole Williamson, y~
luego analizan lo que han vistol'
Asisten a conferenciasj y toman parte
en ejeroicios dedicados 'a asuntos
pricticos sobre c6mo asignar un tra-
bajo sin crear resentimiento. Hasta
hay un folleto que trata sobre "The
Abrasive Personality at the Office"
(El Sufeto Agresivo de la Oficina),
un tema que le brinda a Mead la
opolrtunidad de presentar un prin-
cipio fundamental de su cursor:
pocos problems tienen soluciones
fiiciles; algunos problems no tienen
soluci6n.
Mead recalca que el~ seminario
s61o puede ofrecer sugerencias y
pautas, no suavizar las respuestas o
soluciones de los conflicts. Un in-
dividuo, dice, tiene el derecho de
(Coritindia en la pdfginao 4)


COpreSidentes de Subcomisiones Conjuntas


Subcomisidn
1. TIERRAS Y AGUAS ____-----_ -
A. AGRIMENSURA _----------- ___
.B. LICENCIAS DE USO DE TIERRAS _
C. EDIFICIOS PUBLICOS __--__-
2. PUER~I'OS Y FERROCARRIL ___- __
A. PUERTOS ____- ______,
B. FERROCARRIL _-----_-_-
3. VIVIENDAS
S4. SERVICIOS COMERCIALES .. ----
5. ACTIVIDADES EMPRESARIALES ---
6. ORGANIZACIONES NO LUICRATIVAS _
7. SALUD Y SANEAMIENTO _--__-
8. SEGURO SOCIAL ----------
9. SERVICIOS PUBLICOS -,------
A. ELECTRICIDAD __- ____-_
B. COMUNICACIONES~ -------
B. ACUEDUCTO __- ___-_-__

lo. DREC LECIO LDE BSbR ____
11. EDUCACION _-__- __-____
12. CORREOS
13. ASUNTOS FSC LS __-------
A. IMPORTACION
14. CALLES Y CARRETERAS ______
15. BOMBERS
16. DOCUMENTATION DE FUNCIONARIOS
17. LICENCIAS Y REGISTROS _____
18. AmuNTOS JURIDICOS ______
19. RECLAMOS
20. PERSONAL -__ ---- ________
21. POLICIA ---
22. MEDIO AMBIENTE -________
23. ENLACE -_-L--_--- _-- --


President
Sr. James E. Ferrara __
Sr. R. J. Risberg__ __
Sr. Joseph J. Wood __
Sr. R. M. Murphy __
Cnel. Charles R. Clark
Sr. Jack M. RuotfE _
Sr. Frederick R. Call _
Sr. R. P. Laverty __
Sr. J. P. Corrigan __
Sr. Robert S. Jeffrey _
Sr. Robert S. Jeffrey _
Cnel. John R. Simmons
Sr. John Y. Wagner _
Cnel. J. J. Plunkett -
Sr. F. A. Lee-_- --- -

Sr. H. A. Tooke __

Sr .M M rhy--
Sr. M. P. Gordon --
Sr. M. P. Gordon
Sr. Robert S. Jeffrey _
Sr. Robert S. Jefrey -
Cnel. J. J. Plunkett _
Sr. M. P. Gordon__ _
Sr. Robert S. Jefrey _
Sr. Robert S. Jeffrey _
Sr. J. Patrick Conley _
Sr. Walter D. Biorseth
Sr. Gordon M. Frick _
Sr. M. P. Gordon __
Dr. Frank H. Morris ~
Sr. Hugh A. Norris __


Teldfono
52-7601
52-7585
52-7757
52-3577
43-1904
43-1665
52-7433
52-7723
52-3383
52-3305
52-3305
52.3274
52-3335
52-7684
52-3421
52-3204
52-3266

52-3401
52-3401
52-8305
52-3305
52-7684
52-3401
52-3805
52-3305
52-3519
52-3194
52-3277
52-3401
'52-7830
52-3588


Ensayando un bailey de rutina para la funci4n The Stage Bapd Variety
Show, aparecen, de izquierda a~ derecha, Lianne Werlein, y la instructed
Sheri iarquardt-Itay, mientras Ann Patton, aguarda su turno. La funci6n
serl presentada esta noche y mailana a las 8 panm. en el Auditorio de la
Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal. Adends de la mbsica que estarl a cargo
de la Banda de dicha escuela, el program de la noche incluir6 canto y
baile, una comedia entitulada "A-ll Too General Hospital". y un grupo de
mujeres que compiten por la~ corona de Miss Ambrica. Los boletos pueden
obtenerse a la entrada. El precio de entrada es de $1.50 para adults;
75 centavos para estudiantes de 12 a 18 aiios de edad sin tarjetas de la
Asociaci6n Estudianitill y 50 centavos para estudiantes con tarjetas de la
Asociaci6n Estudiantil y niiios menores de 11 afios de edad. Las utilida-
des de la funcibn serin donadas al "The Tiger Rags", un grupo de padres
y residents de.las comunidades del sector Atlilntidb que -se han unido
con el prop6sito- de recaudar fondos para comprarle uniformes a los
miembros de la banda.


Diciembr~e 1, 1978


PA &n 3


Singular: Seminario Tiene Como Tema Soluci~n de Conflicros




























































































85spUeta# l ~Oto-enigns
Estos marcadores de concreto es-
tin situados en varias localidades
-dentro de la Zona del Canal; entire
Bstas la entrada a Los Rios, la Pe-
nitenciaria de Gamboa, los Jardines
de Summit y el Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n de Balboa Heights. Ori-
ginahnente adornaban lo mis alto
de los postes de luz que alumbra- -
'ban los tres juegos de esclusa~s.


SlCitall IrOrmaCIOR

De 'VeteranOS lu bidOS
Durante el mes de octubre -los
veteranos jubilados de las fuerzas
armadas de los Estados Unidos, que
actualmente trabajan con la orga-
. nizacibn del Canal, recibieron una
carta y cuestionario de la Direcei6n
de Personal, solicitando informaci6n
con respect a su servicio military.
Los cuestionarios deberin ser de
vueltos cuanto antes para que la Di-

za lo na hive penloee o iils
Cualqtier veterans jubilado que
no ha recibido dicha carta y cues.
tionario deberi comunicarse can
Robert Rupp al 52-3176.


Pggina 4 SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA Diciembre 1, 1978


En las recientes elecciones para
representantes y suplentes de los
Consejos Civicos de la Zona del Ca-
nal, resultaron electas las siguien-
tes personas:
Consejo Civico del sector Pacifi-
co: Ancbn-Balboa Heights-Gerald
Cohen, Dr. Ernst Kredel y Dr.
Henry Stockwell; Los Rios-Corozal-
C~rdenas-Dolores Irwin, Curt Jef-
fries, William Benny; Balboa-La
Boca-Von Bedwell, Joe Norton,
Gail Goodrich Totten, Bill Shaw,
Eugene Johnson, Mike Smith. Dia-
blo Heights-Curunddi-Leo Can-
non, Betty Farrell, John Long. -
Gamboa-Pat Munchbach, presi-
denta; Frank Wruck, Joella Deakins,
concejales; George Kessel, -Roger
Dean; Priscilla- Dunn,~ Bruce Perry,
Bob Dunn, suplentes (en orden'l
Pedro Miguel-Seabert Haynes,
president; George Ford, vicepresi-


dente; Wilfred Adams secretario-
tesorero; Philmore Alexis, represen-
tante en sesiones ejecutivas, y Clau-
de Burgess, suplente.
Paraiso-Samuel K. Blenman,
president; Rupert A. Phillips, vice-
presidente; Dorothy Graham, repre-
sentante; Michael B. Kelly, suplen-
te; Reginald A. Guillette, secretario;
Melitbn Avila, tesorero; Michael B.
Kelly, Judith A. Roberts, Rafael V.
Barnett y Alfredo Newball, repre-
sentantes en el Congreso de Conse-
jos Civicos Latinoamericanos.
Se hizo un reconocimiento espe-
cial a la clase Civica de Joseph Nor-
ton, Escuela Secundaria de Balboa,
por la valiosa ayuda prestada en las
mesas de~votacibn del Consejo Ci-
vico del sector Pacifico, ubicadas en
el Edificio de Administracibn, el
P Correo de Balboa y el Almac~-n de
Ventas al por Menor de Balboa.


La Compatiia del Canal de Pana-
mi necesita esten6grafos(as) y me-
can6grafos(as) bilingiies (espaiiol e
ingl~s) en el grado 3, $6,032.00 por
afio, y el grado 4, $6,760,00 por afio.
Los requisites minimos son: ~
MAecandigrafo(a) Grado NM-3: '
1. Saber leer. habiar y escribir
en ingl~s.
2.~~~~ .n ai eprec u
afi denesa deosa nvee uieroiun
rio.
3. Pasar un examen de mecano-
grafia en la Oficina Central de ExC-
menes.


Mecan6grafo(a) Grado NM-4:
Los mismos requisites menciona-
dos s61o que en vez de un afio de
experiencia o un afio de studios a
nivel liniversitario, debe tener dos
aiios de experiencia o dos ai50S de
studios universitarios..

Esten6grafo(a) Grado NM-3:
1. Saber leer, hablar y escribir
en inglbs.
2. Un afio de experiencia de es-
tenografia en inglks o un afio de es-
tdos a nive universitario.
3. Pasar) un examen de esteno-
grafia en la Oficina Central de Exb-.
menes.

Es~tynbgafoca radggM-4:~
Los mismos requisites menciona-
dos s61o que en vez de un afio de
experiencia 0 un aiio de studios ~a
nivel universitario, debe tener dos
aiios de experiencia tomando y
transcribi~ndo taquigrafia a dos afios
de studios universitarios.
NOTA:-TadboS l0s eXAInen.S e
administrarin en inglbs.
Las personas ~interesadas deber~n
11amar o visitai a la Sra. Yolanda de
Sadowski en el Cuarto 101 del Edi-
flexo 345 en Ancbn. El nlimero tele-
-f6nico de la Sra. de Sadowski es
el 52-7570.
Todo solicitante estpacitado reci-
birdi consideraci6n para trabajo sin--
distinci~n de raza, religion, color,
pais de origen, edad, partidarismo
o afiliaci6n political u otro factor
que no tenga que ver con el m~rito.



El Club de Tiro al Blanco San
Juan Ilevari a cabo su competencia
annual "Turkey Shoot" mariana en
el Club de Tiro al Blanco de Pedro
Miguel.- Las actividades comenza-
r~n a las 8 a.m.
Los boletos pueden ser adquiri-
dos de los miembros o en.el club.
El valor del boleto es $1.50 e in-
cluye comida y una oportunidad'
para qanar premios de entrada.
USOJP Ofec Gls

e COfte y COn SCCiba
El- USO-J tiene abierta la ma-
tricula para sus nuevas classes de
corte y confeccicin para princi-
piantes.
La clase de confecei6n de patro-
nes es ofrecida para esas personas
lque tengan conob~imiento bisico de

Ls clases son dictadas por la
mariana de 10 a 11:30, los dia's lu-
nes, martes y mibrcoles.
Para obtener mis informaci6n
Ilame al 52-5972 6 al 52-2617.


Irma V. Pasco, al ce'ntro, especialista de seguridad, Oficina del Diretstor
de Seguridad, que recientemente complete un cursor de seguridad en el
Hotel Dupont Plaza en Miami, aparece con Frank E. Fernlndez, presi-
dente del Conseio Interamericano de Seguridad, laquiterda y Santiago G.
Egafia, psic61ogo industrial del consejo. Dicho cur~so, el primero de su
clase en ser preseintado en el idoma espatiol por el Consejo Interamericano
de Seguridad, tratb sobre t~cnicas para el control de p6rdidas mediante
la prevenci6n de accidents, daiio a la propiedad, control del despilfarro
y administracibn de riesgo.


rd establecido para asegurar qixe la
actual calidad de tratamiento que
Sreciben los 37 pacientes en Palo
Seco continue despubs de la trans-
ferencia. -
Los hospitals de Mindi y Coro-
zal continuari~n funcionando bajo la
administraci6n der Comanddo de
'iServicios de Salubridad. Igual que
las transferencias de los Hospitales
Coco Solo y Gorgas, dice Simmons
que los cambios que ocurririn serin
Orginicos y no deberian afectar el
cuidado de los patientes.
La nueva Comisibn del Canal
empleardi dos veterinarians para ase-
gurar el saneamiento adecuado a
bordo de los barcos que transitan
el Canal asi conio tambi6n tres fa-
cultativros para supervisor el sanea-
miento dentro de la operaci6n del
Canal y continuar la funci6n de Sa-
lubridad Industrial. Se ha 11egado a
un acuerdo dentro, de la subcomi-
si6n que la Comisi6n continuard en
sus esfuerzos de mantener el control
de los mosquitos. Otros temas que
la subcomisi6n viene tratando son,
Sel informed continue por ambos go.
biernos sobre enfermedades conta.
giosas; las normas de saneamiento
para cafeterias y restaurants que
funcionarin a base de concesi6n
cerca de las Areas de operaci6n
del Canal y residential; y conta-
minaci6n y problems de salud
ambiental.
Una responsabilidad principal de
la Subcomisibn de Salud y Sanea-
miento es tratar con el problema de
atencibn m6dica para empleados de
la Comisi6n del Canal que sufran
accidents en el trabajo. Cindada-

JInguI&T .
(Viene de
seleccionar un comportamiento-que
61 piense seria apropiado para una
situacidn particular y puede, en
efecto, decidir no ser positive. Du-
rante una introduccibn al cursor,
dice, "los estudiantes son ulterior-
mente responsables de su propia
conduct en sus relaciones humna-


nos no estadounidenses ya no serin
elegibles para recibir atenci6n mb-
dica en las instalaciones de salud
del Gorgas o Coco Solo despubs del
period de transici6n. La Direcei6n
de Salubridad estd gestionando un
acuerdo con el Gobierno de Pana-
m6 que permit que empleados no
estadounidenses,. :cubiertos por la
Ley de Compensaci6n a Empleados
.Federales, sean ~examinados y tra-
tados en .los Hospitales- Corgas y
Coco Solo en casos de accidents
en el trabajo. Simmons indica que
tambibn estin buscando un acuer-
do con Panama que permit la aten-
cibn m6dica inicial en casos de
emergencia en el Gorgas y Coco
Solo para los ciudadanos heridos no
estadounidenses quie estin culfier-
tos por el Seguro de Peligros Pro-
fesionales de la Caja del Seguro So-
cial de Panami. El Go~bierno de Pa- .
namP no- ha presentado seria obje-
ci6n y hasexpresado considerable
interbs para el pronto examen y/o
tratamiento de los empleados heri
dos en la instalacibn mbdica mis
cercana sin considerar cudl ley de
compensaci6n cubre al empleado.
Una vez que se 11egue a un acuqgrdo
con PanamA, este punto tendril que
ser tratado con las fuerzas armadas. -
La subcomisi621 tambi~n esti tra,
tando de asegzirar que las perso-
nas que.se jubilaron antes de 1970
continiden recibiendo atenci6n mb-
dica en los hospitals Coco Solo y
Gorgas. Los que se jubilaron des-
pubs de esa fecha est~in cubiertos
plor un program especial estable-
cido por la Comisi6n del Servicio
Civil.



pd~gin 3)
nas. Deben usar al miximo su
propio juicio".
Actualmente se estin elaborando
plans para ofrecer ell semnri o ~
Serd ofrecido por los especistlistas
en capacitaci6n de empleados de la
Direcei6n de Personal Gus De La
Guardia y Mery McMillan.


NUtYS /U 0adOS

En Recience Listi
Los nombres de 9 empleados de
Canal de PanamA aparecen en i
reciente lista .de iubilados emitid
por el Ramo de Servicios al Em-
pleado de la Direccibn de Personal
Sus nombres, posiciones, lugare
de empleo y total de aiios de servi
cio con el Gobierno de los Estado
Unidos son los siguientes:
Francisco Amaya Jr., pasacables
Capitania del Puerto, Crist6bal
sector Atlilntico: 12 afios 8 meses
28 dias.
Donald R. Chaney, jefe operario de
caseta de control, Divisi6n de Es-
clusas, sector Pacifico: 15 aFio5
1 mes 8 dias
James D. Tipton, jefe operario de
plant hidriulica y generadora
Divisi6n de Electricidad, sector
Pacifico: 28 afios 15 dias.
Clifford Bocker, operario de gria
Division de Ferrocarril, sector Pa-
cifi~co: 33 afios 6 meses 27 dias.
Goldhourne L. Campbell, oflicinista
de clinica recepcionista, Hospital
Gorgas, sector Pacifico: 37 afioi
7 meses 3 dias.
William T. Craig, jefe oljerario de
caseta de control, Divisi6n de Es-
clusas, sector Pacifico: 30 afios
7 meses 14 dias.
Le6n P. Davis, especialista en segu-
ridad, ainntos de personal, Ofici-
na de Seguridad Interna, sector
Pacifico: 34 afios 9 meses 15 dias.
Conrado G6mez, obrero, Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento, sector Atlin-
tico: 30 afios 5 meses 6 dias,
Euribiades Jadn, estibador, Divisi6n
de Terminales, sector Atlintico:
29 afios 8 meses 4 dias.


MFCadO NaVIden~o de

Lae Sweet Adelmne5
El Capittilo Crossroads de las
Sweet Adelines celebrarP su Mer-
cado Navidefio annual de 10 a.m. a
2 p.m., mariana en el Red Barn.
Habjrd en venta una gran canti-
dad de articulos confeccionados por
-artesanos de todas parties del Istmo.
Como atraccibn especial este` afio,
el Mercado Navideiio ofreceri un~a
amplia variedad de panes navidefios
y dukces. Y para mantener a los ni-
fios entretenidos mientras mami
h~ace sus compras, habri pasea en
~el trencito y pesca.
Para obtener mis informacibn so.
bre. la compra y venta en el merca-
do, Ilame al 43-5420 6 43-3589.
ITodavia esti a tempo de arrendar
una mesa si se apresural


IniidBD fTiB de LibTOS

En Cristi6 6l el L unes
La Asociaci6n Internacional de
Lectura, Capitulo- de la Zona del
Canal llevard a.cabo su Feria Anual
de Libros en la Escuela Secundaria
de Crist6bal los dias 4, 5 y 6 de
diciembre. ,
Los estudiantes visitar~n la feria
durante las heras de escuela y los
residents de la comunidad est~n
invitados de 7:_45 a.m. a 2:1~5 p.m.
El capitulo espera recibir una
amplia selecei6n de libros, tanto de
Scubiertas de papel como empasta-
das, pero el ndmero de elemplares
puede ser limitado.
Los padres pueden apoyar a la
asocisci6n alentando a sus hijos a
traer a la escuela-un poco de dine-
ro para la feria, los primeros' dias
de dicieinbre.
Para mis informaci6n Ilame a
Corrie' J. Holland en la Escuela Se-
cumrlaria de Crist6bal al 43-6241.


Eligen Nueves Represententes y


Suplentes de- Consejos Oivicos


Se Necesitan Estenogrd~os y Meconogrdfos


DepdrtatmentO de DeftDsS
(Viene de la pdgina 1) .


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