The Panama Canal spillway =

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The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Portion of title:
Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title:
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Place of Publication:
Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Panama Canal
Publication Date:
Biweekly[Jan. 6, 1984-1999]
Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
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37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama) ( lcsh )
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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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THE PANAMA CANAL Gift of the Panama Canal museum


Vol. VIII, No. 36 More Than 55 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, February 20, 1970

The old and the new. The tug
"Alhajuela," above, is being put up
for sale after serving the Canal or-
ganization since 1936. The tug
"Trinidad II," right, was delivered
new to the Canal in 1968.

Old Tug

Goes Up

For Sale

Bids for the purchase of the Pan-
ama Canal Dredging Division tug
Alhajuela, which was built by the
former Mechanical Division in Bal-
boa in 1936, are being advertised
and will be opened publicly
March 20 by the Panama Canal
Division of Storehouses in Balboa.
One of the oldest tugs still in the
Panama Canal fleet, the Alhajuela
cost $301,715 to build in 1936. The
Arraijan, also built by the Mechani-
cal Division in 1936, was re-engined
and rebuilt in 1965 and is now in
service in Balboa with the Naviga-
tion Division. The Gatun, built in
Balboa by the Mechanical Division
in 1938, is still in service with the
Dredging Division.
The Alhajuela is of steel riveted
construction and has 750 horse-
power provided by two Price Rath-
bun diesel engines. She is 110 feet
long and has a cruising speed of
10 knots. Shortly after being com-
missioned in 1936, she was put into
service in Cristobal harbor.
The Alhajuela was transferred to
the Dredging Division in 1968 and
has been used to assist in the Cut
widening work. She is the first tug
to be sold by the Panama Canal
since 1965 when the Trinidad I was
put up for bids.
Tugs presently in service include
the Cardenas, San Pablo, and Cule-
bra all built in 1944 and serving
with the Dredging Division in Gam-
boa. Each has 1,000 horsepower
and a bollard pull of 30,000 pounds.
Bollard pull is the measure of pull-
ing force capable of being exerted
by the tug on another vessel.
The Canal's only seagoing salvage
tug is the Taboga, which worked
with Aids to Navigation when she
was placed in service in 1947. She
was converted for towing use in
1959 and is now with the Dredging
Thee new tugs were built for the
Canal in 1961 by the Diamond
Manufacturing Co. of Savannah, Ga.
They are the John F. Wallace, John
F. Stevens, and the George W.
Goethals. All were named after the
three successive chief engineers
associated with the construction of
the Canal.
These tugs, distributed one each
to Balboa, Cristobal, and Camboa.
are similar in design to those used
in New York harbor and are noted
(Continued on p. 4)

Mutual Benefit Assn.
To Meet Tuesday Night
The annual meeting of the mem-
bership of the Panama Canal Em-
ployees Mutual Benefit Association
will be held in the Briefing Room,
room 10, Administration Building,
at 8 p.m., Tuesday, February 24,
Election of officers for 1970 will
be held. All members are urged to


With Civic Councils

Gov. Leber Discusses

Youth Drug Problem

The problem of drug abuse by
Canal Zone youth was discussed by
Gov. W. P. Leber, Tuesday, during
the regular monthly executive ses-
sion of the U.S. Civic Councils.
"The marihuana and drug prob-
lem is increasing in the Canal Zone
and will continue to increase un-
less every parent and resident joins
in combating this problem," Gov-
ernor Leber told members of the
civic councils.
Governor Leber referred to a
recent Carnival parade incident in
Panama when 21 U.S. citizens were
arrested by the Panama National
Guard on marihuana charges. He re-
minded the council members that
many of those who were arrested
are dependents of Panama Canal
employees and that the majority of
them are students in the Canal Zone
Full coverage was given to this
incident by the Panama news media
and the coverage, for the most part,
was factual. The Panama authori-
ties, he pointed out, were very
lenient in permitting the parents to
pay fines instead of serving time.
They were also considerate in not
releasing to the press the names of
those involved.
lie pointed out that if those who
had been involved were required
to serve an appreciable part of their
sentence the result would have
been suspension from school for
excessive absence and many would
have been put behind at least 1
semester or 1 year. Two of those
arrested were charged with using
and dispensing marihuana and the
remainder for associating with
marihuana users. Both offenses are
violations of Panama's laws.
Governor Leber said the Execu-
tive Committee on Youth, Family,
and Community Relations has had
the marihuana and drug problem
under consideration for some time
and, at the recommendation of this
committee, he has established a
Drug Abuse Board, which already

has reviewed a number of cases and
taken appropriate action. The mil-
itary in the Canal Zone is co-
operating and taking similar action,
he said.
The Governor announced that in
order to assist in solving the prob-
lem the assistance of the youth of
the community is being enlisted
through the establishment of a
Youth Council made up of young
people in the Canal Zone schools
and a cross section of Canal Zone
communities who would have direct
access to the Governor's office.
(Continued on p. 4)

A full house of 550 men, a cross
section of leaders in government,
business, education, and other fields
are expected to attend the sixth
annual Canal Zone Governor's
Prayer Breakfast to be held at the
cafetorium of the Curundu Junior
High School February 24 at 7:50
The following program has been
announced by the committee in
charge of arrangements:
William Y. Boyd II, president of
Boyd Bros. Steamship Co., Panama,
will deliver the Invocation. Panama
Canal Comptroller Philip L. Steers,
Jr., will introduce the guests and
preside over the breakfast. After
breakfast is served, Edmund J. E.
Ward, general manager, Xerox of
Panama, will give the greeting on
behalf of the Panama prayer groups.
He will be followed by Capt. John
A. Duncan, U.S. Navy, Deputy Di-
rector Operations, U.S. Southern
Command, who will read the Bible
lesson from the Old Testament in
English. Gabriel Hernindez M.,
former Panamanian diplomat, will

New Gorgas Apartments

To Be Unveiled Feb. 28

Six of the new family apartments
built on the third floor of the former
section C of Gorgas Hospital will
be open for public inspection Satur-
day, February 28, from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m., it has been announced by
the Community Services Division.
The six apartments representing
each of the six floor plans available
among the 39 new two-bedroom
apartments, will be open to public
inspection the same hours again on
Monday, March 2.
Visitors inspecting the apartments
are requested to utilize the newly
constructed open parking area at
the south end of the building. Part
of this area will be reserved later
for occupants of the building.
All apartments in the recently
converted Gorgas Hospital section
will be advertised on the quarters
vacancy bulletin published Feb-
ruary 25 and will be assigned on
a service credit basis to the senior
applicant whose requests are on file
as of 1 p.m., March 3.

Deadline Nears

For Inspection

Of C.Z. Autos
Friday, February 27, is the last
day for automobile inspections and
the Motor Transportation Division
urges car owners to bring their cars
in now and avoid the last minute
Since approximately 22 percent
of vehicles inspected are rejected,
vehicle owners should have the in-
spection accomplished early enough
to allow sufficient time for necessary
repairs to be made and the vehicle
passed before the deadline.
Residents of the Canal Zone must
have their cars inspected every year
before the end of February. In-
spection hours at the MTD garage
are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

The new Gorgas Hospital apart-
ments were constructed by the E. O.
Hauke Construction Co., of Colon
at a cost of $548,675. Although there
are six different floor plans, each
has a living and dining room area,
two bedrooms and one bath, and
modern kitchen.
Unlike the Gorgas Hospital apart-
ments built 6 years ago, the new
apartments will not have built-in
air conditioning but facilities are
provided for its installation.

Youth Advisor

Being Sought
The Canal organization is seek-
ing applications for the newly-
created position of Youth Activi-
ties Advisor. The job requires a per-
son who can identify with the youth
of today and deal effectively with
them and their problems.
Applicants should have counsel-
ing experience or in a similar type
of work. Though there is no spe-
cific age requirements, it is prefer-
red that applicants be under 35.
Those interested may .apply in
writing or by phone to Gordon M.
Frick, Deputy Personnel Director
(Operations), or William R. Zem-
ites, Chief, Employment and Place-
ment Branch. The offices of both
men are in Building 366, Ancon..
Salary for the new position will
be based on the training and quali-
fications of applicants.

Summit Gardens

Seasonal Tours

Begin Feb. 28
Summit Gardens has been de-
scribed as "the most remarkable
tropical garden in the world today"
and nature lovers will have a chance
to learn about the thousands of
kinds of plant life found here on a
series of walking tours scheduled
for the dry season.
The tours will be conducted by
Roy Sharp, Supervisor of Grounds,
Pacific area, with the first tour
scheduled for February 28. Other
tours are planned for March 7 and
14. The starting time for the tours
will be 9 a.m. at the entrance to
the gardens and the walk will take
from 2 to 231 hours.
More than 50,000 visitors come to
Summit Gardens each year. Among
the visitors are several thousand
school children from Panama and
the Canal Zone, tourists from all
parts of the world, and serious stu-
dents of plant life. Here, in 300
acres, is a world of plants from the
tropical belt around the world and
this series of tours offers an unusual
opportunity to learn about them.

Dry Season Sailing
Championships Planned
The 1970 Dry Season Sailing
Championships, sponsored by the
Coco Solo Yacht Club will begin
Sunday, February 22 at 1 p.m. off
the Coco Solo Yacht Club.
A total of 7 races will be held, 1
every 2 weeks, in Cristobal Ilarbor.
Any owner of a sailboat who wishes
to participate should contact Doug-
las Finley, Box 1453, Cristobal or
call him at 36-533, Coco Solo.

read the Bible lesson from the New
Testament in Spanish.
Dr. Paul H. Loizeaux, Coco Solo
Hospital surgeon, will then offer
the main prayer of the breakfast.
The prayer will be followed by the
message in Spanish by the Honor-
able Efrain Santiago, Minister of
Social Services, Puerto Rico.
The Messengers, a musical group
composed of Steven L. Bolt, Tw'ila
Darden, Yolanda Guti6rrez, Flovl
D. Johnson, and Ricardo A. Lay, Jr.,
will sing. Lucho Azceirraga, the well
known Panamanian organist, will
provide music during the breakfast.
Conrad Jensen, Deputy-Inspector
(ret.), New York City Police Depart-
ment, will deliver the second mes-
sage in English and Gov. W. P.
Leber will make brief remarks be-
fore the annual breakfast is brought
to a conclusion with the Benediction
by Engineer Ricardo A. Pasco.
SCN radio will carry a live broad-
cast of the breakfast at 8:30 a.m.
and also will give it spot television
coverage at 6 p.m. in the evening.
(Continued on p. 4)

550 Guests Expected

At Prayer Breakfast





February 20, 1970

Prince Charming With Fans BROWJSInG

By Emily J. Price

A modern day Prince Charming (Keith Brownfield) is which opened last night. The run will continue through
swamped by frantic fans Janice Nehring, Catherine March 7. All seats are reserved and price of admission
Galuska, Pat Bailey, and Anita Cole on the Ancon is $2.50. There is a special rate of $1.50 for enlisted
Playhouse stage in "Passionella" based on the work by military and Peace Corps personnel. For reservations
Jules Feiffer. "Passionella" is one of the three great call Balboa 3786 between 7 and 9 p.m., Monday
works by leading American authors put to music in through Friday.
the Theatre Guild production of "The Apple Tree"
-- -- -

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:45-Parade of Sports
4:15-Pentagon Forum
4:45-Pro Bowler's Tour
5:35-Roger Miller
6:00-Weekend '70
6:15-Movie Marquee
f:20-The Joey Bishop Show
7:30-Get Smart
7:55-Visit to Russia
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Flying Hospitals
9:20-Boxing From The Olympic
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Saturday Night Movie:
"Behind Green Lights"
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50--Who's Keeping Score?
2:05-Danny Kaye Show
3:00-Wrestling From The Olympic
3:30-World Series of Golf
4:45-The Mike Douglas Show
6:30-Sgt. Preston of the Yukon
6:55-Mack and Meyer For Hire
7:05-Daniel Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:15-The Leslie Uggams Show
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:50-Shari Lewis
2:10-National Geographic Special:
"The Mystery of Animal
3:00-Jalopy Races
3:30-New Christy Minstrels
4:00-Holiday Playhouse: "The
Tall Texan"
5:30-Success Story
6:30-The Big Picture
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Rowan & Martin's Laugh In
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Social Security In Action
9:20-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-On Campus

4:00-My Favorite Martian
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Badlands of Montana"
5:30-Battle Line
6:30-Hawaii Calls
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-National Engineers' Week
Quiz Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-On Stage: "Certain Honorable
Men" (Special)
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-My Favorite Martian

4:00-"Do You Know"
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Badlands of Montana"

5:30-The Flying Fisherman
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Glen Campbell Goodtime
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Lieutenant
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-SCN Special of the Week:
National Geographic's:
"The Mystery of Animal
10:00-The Third Man
10:25-Focus On Today
10:45-Bob Cummings Show
4:00-Boots And Saddles
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Badlands of Montana"
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Jim Nabors Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Badlands of Montana"
10:20-Who's Keeping Score?
10:30-Focus On Today
4:00-Sergeant Preston
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Badlands of Montana"
5:30-Trails of Adventure:
"The Vanishing Desert"
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Fractured Flickers
8:00-SCN News
S:05-Tennessee Ernie Ford
8:30-Wanted: Dead or Alive
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Angels One Five"
10:45-Focus On Today
ll:05-HIeart of the City

The fact that you're accident prone,
Figgens, hardly justifies taking days
off to preserve our safety record.

IBEW To Hold

Picnic Feb. 21

At Kobbe Beach

The International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers Local Union 397
will hold its annual picnic at Kobbe
Beach tomorrow from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. All members, families, and
friends of the electrical trade are
invited to the picnic.
There will be fun and games for
all ages. Children's games, with
prizes for the winners, include the
wheelbarrow race, three legged
race, running relays, shoe free for
all, egg rolling, and kickball.
For adults there will be egg
throwing contests, softball games
and volleyball. There also will be
supervised swimming all during the
Lunch will be served at 11 a.m.
and there will be ice cream, Eskimo
pies, soft drinks, and beer for adults.




Mrs. Fannie M. Sosa, Applica-
tions Examiner in the Administra-
tive Services Division of the Pan-
ama Canal organization is retiring
after more than 30 years' service,
and will be guest of honor at a re-
tirement party to be held at tlhe
Quarry Heights Officers' Club Fri-
day evening, March 6, from 6:30
to 11:30 p.m.
The party will feature music by
the Hi-Tones, dancing,and a bullffet-
style dinner consisting of steamship
roast and/or fried fish with all the
trimmings. Cocktails will be served
at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are on sale at $6 per per-
son and can be obtained from
Mayno Walker (2-1528), Mary Orr
(2-4833), Marcia Ortega (2-2772 or
28-23-6311), Aurora Courchaine
(2-4420), Bev Bowman (2-3192),
Fannie Hermindez (2-1477), and
Louis Poletti (2-1425).
Dress is semiformal, with coat
and tie for men.

Darwin and the Beagle by Alan
Moorehead is a remarkable book
about a remarkable voyage, the
round-the-world journey of H.M.S.
Beagle from 1831 to 1836. Charles
Darwin, aged 23, was aboard as
naturalist and Robert Fitz-Roy, also
23, was captain, two bright but.
hitherto not startling young men.
The results of their journey changed
the ideas of mankind. This is a
brilliant book with wonderful
The Lonely Hunter is a detective
story set in San Francisco. A police
sergeant accustomed to the scene in
the Haight Ashbury district sets out
to find his own missing daughter.

tvoll oploic

The Tivoli Guest House extends
a special invitation to you and your
family to the Sunday Brunch in the
Roosevelt Room on Washington's
Birthday, February 22. Brunch is
served from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
menu includes assorted fruit and
juice trays, potato pancakes with
hot butter and syrup, eggs ranche-
ro, creamed chicken with biscuits,
cottage fried potatoes, grilled pork
chops, grilled bacon, assorted dry
cereals, buttered toast, jam, jelly,
Graham gems, assorted sweet rolls,
coffee, tea, or milk. Adults $1.75,
children $1.25.

American Night, which had been
scheduled as the Monday Night
Buffet February 23, has been can-
celed because of the Washington's
Birthday holiday.

The book is a well done bad trip.
A satire in the form of a novel is
hard to do. One that sustains the
reader's interest and is a good story,
satire aside, is Roman Go Home! hV
Adam Fergusson. Set in Roman
Britain in the 50th century A.D.
the story concerns the Roman
legions withdrawing from Britain as
the empire crumbles, and the sad
love affair between a young Roman
officer and a Celtic princess. The
parallels with the world of today
are very obvious.
Bernadette Devlin, at 22 the
youngest Member of Parliament
since William Pitt, has written The
Price of My Soul to explain her
commitment to "fight for justice"
and "get something done." She is
refreshingly forthright and does not
claim to be "objectively accurate"
in this absorbing personal and poli-
tical testament.
Lovers of New York City will
read with appreciation The Great
Port by James Morris. The author
is an Englishman, commissioned by
the Port of New York Authority to
portray the city as a harbor, entered
by wharves, over bridges, through
tunnels, by air. This he does very
fully, conveying the majesty and
monstruosity, the ugly and the
beautiful, much of the history and
a very strong sense of the exhilara-
tion of New York.

Local Boy on Dean's List

Almer Winfield Beale, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Beale, of
Margarita, qualified for the Dean's
list for the fall quarter at Emory
University. Beale, a sophomore, at
the University, is one of 650 stu-
dents recognized for outstanding
scholastic achievement
One of the requirements for the
Dean's list is a B-plus academic
average for the quarter.

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday, February 21, 1970

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun.-Mon., 2:30, 6:00, 8:40 p.m.
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Hello Dolly (AYC)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Seven Golden
Men (AY)
Fri., 6:15, 8:25 p.m.-A Man For All
Seasons (AYC)

Sat.-The Money Jungle (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-77
mins.)-The Flaming Frontier (AYC)
Sun., 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.
The Brain (AY)
Tues.-Target For Killing (A)
W\ed.-Gambit (AYC)
Thurs.-Riot (A)
Fri.-Greyfriars Bobby (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-
Fahrenheit 451 (AY)

Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Fastest Guitar
Alive (AYC)
Siun.-Better A Widow (A)
Tues.-Riot (A)
Wed.-The Brain (AY)
Fri.-Gambit (AYC)
Fridla Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Tlhe
Longest 100 Miles (AY)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-
The Undefeated (AYC)
Mon., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Double Trouble
Tuecs.-Wed.-The Sergeant (A)
Thurs.-Up The Junction (A)
Fri.-Easy Come, Easy Go (AY)

Sat.-The Illustrated Man (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-117
mins.)-Robinson Crusoe On Mars
Sun.-Mon. The Wild Bunch (A)
STLues.--Smashing Time (A)
VW d.-The Fastest Guitar Alive (AYC)
Thurs.-The 25th Hour (AY)
Fri.-Finian's Rainbow (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-In Like
Flint (AY)

Sat.-Fighting Prince Of Donegal (AYC:)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-96
mins.)-I'd Climb The Iighest
Mountain (AlYC)
Sun.-April Fools (A)

Tut s.-Money Jungle (A)
T Ui-s.-Smashing Time (A)
Fri.-The Fastest Guitar Alive (AYC)

Special Matinees
(R), AYC or as Listed ***
Saturday, February 21, 1970

10:00 a.m.
The Ugly Dachshund-A Walt Disney
Production: Tale of a Great Dane
puppy who tontutially gets into
scrapes. (Technicolor.) T-100 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Flaming Star-Elvis Presle.y: Torn be-
tween two loves and fighting to save
them both. (SIT.) (Color.)
T-100 mins.
6:15 p.m.
The Private Navy Of Sgt. O'Farrell-Bob
Hope: A comedy of Army-Navy activi-
ties during World War II. (Tecuni-
color.) (AY.) T-98 mins.
2:00 p.m.
My Six Loves-lDebbic lReynolds, Cliff
RobCtrtson: Two men love her . and
six kids want to adopt her. (Color.)
T-118 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Apache Rifles-Audie Murphy: The story
of a hard-riding, hard-fighting cavalry
captain. (Color.) T-99 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Cease Fire-A handful of soldiers on their
last patrol in Korea. T-82 mins.
oAIl night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
Sto 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R--Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Page 2

(Schedule subject to chIange without notice)

February 20, 1970


Thanks to Anonymous C Z. Couple

Child's Eyesight Corrected

By Gorgas Hospital Surgery

"Where is the wire?" asked the
little boy as he choked back a sob
in the Surgical Ward at Gorgas
"Which .... asked the puzzled
woman in white standing over him.
"That wire you call the tele-
phone," he said struggling between
sobs. "I want to talk to my Amer-
ican friends who brought me here,"
he said trying to be brave.
The handsome boy with the
marked features of the Cuaymi is
Anel Caballero who lives with his
mother and several brothers and
sisters in the village of Bambito,
located between Hato Volcin and
Cerro Punta. The picturesque ham-
let in the highlands of Chiriqui at
an altitude of approximately 8,000
feet is 300 miles from Panama City.
How did the 7-year-old come to
find himself in the Surgical Ward
at Gorgas Hospital and what
brought about the strange relation-
ship between the little mountain
boy and the Canal Zone family he
refers to as simply "mi' amigos
About 4 years ago, a Canal Zone
family, who prefers to remain
anonymous, was on its way to
spend a short vacation at Cerro Pun-
ta. As they passed through Bambito,
they were attracted by a small boy
carrying a good sized package on
his head. He waved his little hand
so vigorously and he smiled so
brightly they stopped the car and
a better look at the child revealed
that he was crosseyed. One eye was
so affected that the pupil was conm-
pletely hidden impairing his vision
so badly that he stumbled over his
little feet as he went along. They

Prep Course

To Be Taught

The USO-JWB is again offering
a special course designed to aid
students, servicemen, and other
members of the community in pre-
paring for the College Entrance
Examination and other types of
The 16-hour course, which will
begin Wednesday, March 4, will be
conducted Mondays and Wednes-
days from 7 to 8:50 p.m.
This course will be taught by
Mrs. Lois Passman of Fort Clayton.
Mrs. Passman has a master's degree
in English and has had considerable
experience in this type of instruc-
The course prepares high school
students and servicemen who are
contemplating college entrance in
September of 1970 or 1971. Per-
sons preparing for the Federal Serv-
ice Entrance Exam, the Clerk
Exam, the American College Test,
and other similar examinations have
also found this course extremely
Emphasis will be given to an in-
depth study of the Verbal Skills
Section of the Scholastic Aptitude
Test. In addition, attention will lbe
given to the Mathematical Skills
Section of the SAT, the various
Achievement Tests, and the Eng-
lish Composition Achievement Test
with emphasis on Reading Compre-
hension and Grammar.
Registration will begin Friday,
February 20, at the USO-JWB,
La Boca Road, Balboa. For further
information call Balboa 1972.

gave him some candy and went cin
their way. After several more en
counters with the little lad, they
decided to try do something about
his eyes.
Through Father Maurice Roach,
the Catholic priest who attends to
the religious needs of the people in
that area, they contacted the boy's
mother. Although the family was
large and obviously very poor, the
mother was reluctant to be sepa-
rated from her boy. Father Roach
convinced her that it was for the
boy's good and she finally agreed
that a doctor could see him.
The Canal Zone couple discussed
the case with Dr. Melvin L. Ottis
of Gorgas Hospital who went to
Bambito on his day off. He examined
the boy and decided that his crossed

Birds Are


Canal Zone residents are advised
by the Health Bureau that pigeons
and other birds in large numbers
are carriers of diseases and should
not be encouraged, by feeding, to
gather in crowded Canal Zone
The increase in the number of
birds has caused defacing of build-
ings, air conditioners, and other
places where the birds roost. A num-
ber of residents have complained
about the problem of cleaning up
these areas.
Histoplasmosis, a systemic fun-
gus disease of man, may be con-
tracted by persons cleaning up accu-
mulations of pigeon manure which
is a suitable medium for develop-
ment of the airborne spores. Cryp-
tococcosis, another fungus infec-
tion, has been found associated with
pigeon manure and encephalitus is
transmitted from birds to man by
mosquitoes. Toxoplasmosis, a proto-
zoal disease of man and other ani-
mals is frequently found in pigeons.
To reduce the pigeon population
it will be necessary for the Divi-
sion of Sanitation to eliminate
pigeons at various locations. Al-
though trapping is the recom-
mended control measure, other
practical means also will be used
to eliminate or remove the birds
without creating a safety or per-
sonnel problem, especially on two-
story dwellings. The understanding
and assistance of the residents in
townsites where bird control is
necessary will be appreciated.


Club Extends

The Pan-Caribbean Toastmistress
Club on the Pacific side of the Isth-
mus meets the second and fourth
Wednesday in the Railroad Room
at the Tivoli Guest House. Women
interested in improving their speak-
ing ability, building their personali-
ties, and developing capacities for
leadership are invited to join the
There are no occupational, edu-
cational, or religious bars to mem-
bership. Reservations can be made
by calling Yvonne Barnes, Balboa
1556. All meetings start at 7 p.m.
and end at 9 p.m. These are dinner
meetings preceded by a "social
hour" at 6:30 p.m.

eyes could be corrected by an
Dr. Ottis explained the opera-
tion to the boy's mother. Then he
told the boy how he would go to
sleep and wake up with his eyes
corrected. "But you must not cry,"
he told the boy who nodded and
said he understood.
The Canal Zone couple made all
necessary arrangements and the boy
was admitted to Gorgas Hospital
January 13 and had surgery shortly
after. Anel was a model patient,
according to hospital personnel,
and he tried ever so hard not to
cry as he had promised the doctor.
Anel stayed with his Canal Zone
friends during the recuperation and
shared a bedroom with the son
who was about his age. Anel's eyes
are perfectly normal and he is
seeing things as they are and not
the distorted view he had before.
He went to the movies for the first
time in his life and he saw tele-
vision and he looked at objects as
though seeing them for the very
first time. He was amazed by such
spectacles as the Thatcher Ferry
Bridge, the lights on the Canal and
the wonders of Panama City.
Anel was perfectly at home with
his Canal Zone benefactors and
only the heat seemed to bother the
mountain boy, who is now looking
forward to going to school in Bam-
bito, "now that his eyes don't hurt."
(See photo in Spanish section.)

Ernest E. Faris Closes

35-Year Federal Career

Ernest E. Faris, supervisory cleri-
cal assistant in the Electrical Divi-
sion, retired this month after more
than 35 years of Federal service,
most of which has been with the
Panama Canal Electrical Division.
Faris and his family have been
making their home in the Canal
Zone since shortly after his arrival
here with the U.S. Navy in 1938.
He has been a Canal employee
since 1941.
After a few years with the Store-
house Division and the former
Building Division, he transferred to
the Electrical Division in 1949. All
of his service since 1953 has been
with the Electrical Division at
Mount Hope.
He and his family have been ac-

S-- .

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E. E. Faris
E. E. Fans

Supply Div. Announces

Closings for Inventory

The following closings for inven-
tories at Panama Canal Service
Centers and Retail Stores have been
announced by the Supply Division:
On the Pacific side, the Super-
market of the Balboa Retail Store
will be closed from 5 to 10 p.m.,
February 28 and from 8 a.m. to
3 p.m., March 1. The Menswear
Annex and the Ladies and Misses
Apparel (second floor) Balboa Reta'l
Store will be closed all day Feb-
ruary 28.
The Scout Trading Post at the
Diablo Heights Service Center will
be closed all day February 28 and
the Merchandise Section of the
Pacific Luncheonette will be closed
at 2 p.m. also on February 28. The

Cristobal YMCA

Offers Flower

Craft Course
Registration is now in progress
at the Cristobal YMCA for a course
in artificial flower crafts which will
be held in the Elysian Lounge
Wednesday and Friday mornings
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
The course starting Wednesday,
February 18, will emphasize the
various techniques used in creating
artificial flowers. Mrs. Christine
Sanchez will give instructions on
making flowers of liquid plastic,
ribbon, crystal, and bread dough.
Macrame, handbag weaving, also
will be taught during the course
which includes 24 hours of class-
Cost of materials is not included
in the course fee. Enrollment is
limited. For additional information
call the YMCA, telephone 3-2163
or go to the desk.

Merchandise Section at the Gorgas
Luncheonette will be closed at
12:30 p.m. and the Merchandise
Section at the Industrial Area Snack
Bar will be closed at 12 noon on
February 27.
On the Atlantic side, the Mer-
chandise Section of the Cristobal
Service Center will close for inven-
tory at 1 p.m., February 28.
The Balboa Shoe Store and
Housewares Store will be open as
usual and not be affected by the
inventory closings at this time. Food
dispensing in the vending machines
will continue as usual and inven-
tories will not interrupt this opera-
Customers of the Balboa Retail
Store Supermarket will note that
inventory closings will affect this
unit only part of Saturday and part
of Sunday and there will be no
long term interruption of shopping
service on those days.

C.Z. Stores

Will Close

For Feb. 23
All Panama Canal retail stores
except the Balboa Supermarket \\ill
be closed all day Monday, leb-
ruary 23, holiday for Washington's
Birthday which falls on Sunday.
The Balboa Supermarket, Mar-
garita Superotte and Catun, Paraiso
and Camboa Convenience/Vending
Sections will be open regular hours
february 22 and 23.
The Coco Solo Supermarket only\
will be open regular hours Tuesda\,
February 24, when normally closed.
All other units will maintain regular
work schedules for the balance of
the week.

tive members of the Union Church
where he served as Sunday school
teacher, elder, financial secretary,
chainnan of the church council and
vice president of the Union Church
of the Canal Zone.
He also served as Master of
Sojourners Lodge A.F. & A.M.;
High Priest of Cristobal Chapter
No. 2, Royal Arch Mason, is a 32d
Degree Knight Commander, Court
of Honor of the Scottish Rite and
a member of Abou Saad Temple.
He has served as Worthy Patron
of Royal Palm Chapter No. 2,
Order of Eastern Star and for
several years was on the advisory
board of the Cristobal Assembly
No. 2, Order of the Rainbow for
Girls. He served several years as
Chapter Advisor for the Atlantic
Chapter of the Order of DeMolay.
Mr. and Mrs. Faris and their
daughter, Marie, plan to sail from
the Canal Zone February 26 for
New Orleans to make their home
in Kingman, Ariz. Their other three
children live in New Orleans.



Francisco Camacho B.
Albert Cooper
Vicente Grayman
Alvin L. Hamilton
Ricardo A. Mannings
Oliver Maxwell
Emesto V. Meneses
Robert Edward Phillips
Leonardo Pickersgill
Alcides Vlieg
Donaldo Wilson
Amos M. Blades
Alfredo Brathwaite
Victor Castaneda
Ram6n Gonziilez
Sergio Lasso
Moises Ortega
Lorenzo I. Quarless
Jose F. Robinson
Raul Rodriguez B.
Melvin Bierman
Alvaro E. Calvo
Manuel L6pez Espli
Thomas W. Grimison
Donald S. Connor
Barbara A. O'Brien
Robert J. Boatwright, Jr.
Karl L. Harris, Jr.
Roberto H. Clarke

official publication of the Panama
Canal. Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained in it
are made available to all interested
news media for whatever use they
may wish to make of them and may
be reprinted without official clearance.
Governor of the Canal Zone
Lieutenant Covernor
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SpIiL\W'\v should be delivered to
the Panalma Canal Press Office or
Box M, Balboa eights, C.e .
Dis)itributed free to all Panama
Canal employees. Subscription cost
for others (including mailing) S2.60 a
vyear. Make checks payable to Panama
Canal Company and address to:
S P"..LWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.

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February 20, 1970

Tug for Sale

(Continued from p. 1)
for their ability to maneuver effi-
ciently in limited spaces.
The tugs Hugh Rodman, named
after the first Marine Superinten-
dent, and Harry H. Rousseau, named
after a member of the Isthmian
Canal Commission, were added to
the fleet in 1966 and 1967, respec-
tively. They are modified versions
of the U.S. Navy YTB 760 class
harbor tug and the result of coor-
dinated study of Panama Canal
needs by the Navigation Division
and the Industrial Division.
The tugs were built by the South-
ern Shipbuilding Corp. and although
powered by a 2,000 horsepower en-
gine, each has 70,000 pounds pull-
ing power. The Rodman is in Bal-
boa and the Rousseau is in Cristobal.
An engine monitoring system is
one of the features of the powerful

BEWARE: Flowers and Berries
The U.S. Public Health Service
reports that the popular Christmas
flower, the poinsettia, is full of
acrid, burning juice, so lethal that
a child who consumes one leaf of
the plant can die.
Also, beware of mistletoe berries.
They are poisonous too. Both chil-
dren and adults have died from
eating them.

new tugs now being received from
the Southern Shipbuilding Co.
Equipped with remote engine con-
trol equipment which permits han-
dling, starting, stopping, and con-
trol of pumps from the bridge, the
tugs also have a bollard pull of
80,000 pounds.
The Julian L. Schley and the
Trinidad II were delivered in 1968.
Three more of the same type are
to arrive here from Southern Ship-
building during calendar year 1970.
They are the Chester Harding, the
Joseph Mehaffey, and Jay J. Morrow
which have been named after former
Panama Canal governors.

Prayer Breakfast
(Continued from p. 1)
Radio HOXO plans to rebroadcast
parts of the Prayer Breakfast. The
English speaker will be heard at
8:30 p.m. that evening and at 12:15
p.m. the following day, the Spanish
speaker will be heard.
As in former years, persons who
are planning to attend the break-
fast and who have not received their
tickets, may obtain their table
assignments at the door before the
breakfast. Those attending are re-
quested to be seated by 7:50 a.m.
as the breakfast gets underway
promptly at 8 a.m.


XI Central American

And Caribbean Games

Date Time
February 28 4 p.m.
March 1-4 M-A
March 5 A
March 6-7 M-A
March 8 A
March 1-6 M-A-N
March 8-12 N
March 1-7 A-N
March 8-9 M-A-N
March 10 N
March 11-13 M-A-N
March 1-4 A-N
March 5 M-A-N
March 6-7 A-N
March 8 M-A-N
March 10-12 A-N
March 7-10 A-N
March 12 N

March 9-11 M-A
March 12-13 M
March 1-8 M-A-N
March 8-11 A-N
March 12-13 N
March 5-6 A-N
March 7-8 N
March 9 N
March 10-12 A-N
March 13 N
March 1-4 M-A

Olympic Stadium.

Olympic Stadium

$0.50 to $4.00

$0.25 to $1.50


Artes y Oficios Stadium
Olympic Stadium ___._-

Olympic Gymnasium

J. D. Arosemena Stadium

$0.25 to $0.50
$1.00 to $2.00

$0.50 to $2.00

$0.50 to $3.00

$0.25 to $3.00

$0.75 to $3.50

Neco de la Guardia Stadium $0.50
Olympic Stadium-______ $1.00 to $1.50

Velodrome ..._

Las Esclavas School

La Salle School

Javier School_-

Javier School_

Javier School__.

March 5-12 M-N Olympic Swimming Pool_ $0.50t(
March 5-11 A A. Gordon Swimming Pool $0.50 ti
March 2-7 M-A Tocumen Shooting Range_
March 1-9 M-A-N San Agustin School-.___ $0.50 t
March 11-13 A-N
March 14 6p.m. Olympic Stadium __._-
M-Morning. A-Afternoon. N-Night.
For a calendar of games for each sport, see the local paper.







o $1.50

o $0.75

o $1.00


Julian Hearne

To Be Honored

On Retirement
A retirement party for Julian S.
Hearne, Chief of the Panama Canal
Dredging Division since 1963, will
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
March 21 beginning at 7 p.m.
Cocktails will be served from 7
to 8 p.m. and buffet dinner from
8 to 9 p.m. There will be dancing
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to the music
of the U.S. Air Force Tiajuana Brass
Tickets are on sale for $5.50 per
person and will cover the cost of
cocktails and dinner. They can be
obtained from Joe Watson, tele-
phone 2-1228; Victor Melant, Gam-
boa Field Office, telephone 6-191;
and Mrs. Linda Swenson, Dredging
Division, 6-880.
Mr. and Mrs. Hearne plan to
leave the Isthmus in April and will
be at home in St. Petersburg, Fla.,
after June.

College Club

Fashion Show

Is Scheduled
A fashion show featuring the
latest in clothes for the spring and
summer season will be the highlight
of the coffee to be held by the
Canal Zone College Club, Saturday,
March 7, at 9:30 a.m.
The show will be held at the
Curundu Junior High School Cafe-
torium with Mrs. Gail Dawson act-
ing as fashion coordinator. Chair-
man of the program committee is
Mrs. J. Patrick Conley and com-
mittee members are Mrs. William
B. Mallory, Mrs. George Daniels,
Mrs. Edward Doolan, Mrs. Wil-
liam F. Robinson, and Mrs. Ernest
Tickets will be $2.50 per person
and may be obtained from Mrs.
Doolan at Balboa 3504 or Mrs.
Theresa Moore at Balboa 3596.
Reservations are not necessary but
the cut-off date for the purchase of
tickets is Wednesday, March 4.

All Age Groups

Can Learn From

Model of Canal
An interesting way for children
as well as adults to learn about
the operation of the Panama Canal
is by visiting the topographic model
of the Canal now on display at the
Civil Affairs Building from 9 a.m.
to 7 p.m., Monday through Satur-
The model, which was a part of
the Canal Zone exhibit at San An-
tonio's Hemisfair '68 and was on
display at the International Trade
Mart Building in New Orleans, is
designed to explain the complete
operation of putting ships through
the waterway from ocean to ocean.
It is equipped with lights, has
tiny ships in the Canal, and includes
scale models of the Thatcher Ferry
Bridge and the townsites along the
route. A Panama Canal guide is on
hand to answer questions and there
is a taped commentary in Spanish
and in English. The exhibit is open
to the public free of charge.

Civic Council Session

(Continued from p. 1)

Meetings will be held in the next
2 weeks.
Governor Leber said he was open
to suggestions and that attempts
would be made to encourage such
activities as scouting and sports, and
the setting up of youth centers ir
various communities. He announced
that he had decided to establish a
new position of a youth advisor to
the Governor, who will be an adult
devoting full time to youth activity
He said the Panama Canal author-
ities are seeking out sources of ma-
rihuana and hard drugs and are en-
deavoring to stop the flow of traffic
but he emphasized that in the final
analysis officials must rely on the
parents and members of the com-
munity to share the responsibility.
Parents must control their own
families and cannot rely solely on
police and other agencies to do this.
His primary interest, he said, is in
the youth of the community.
The civic councils told the Gov-
ernor they were aware of the seri-
ous problem and one member sug-
gested that a center be set up where
young people could go for advice
and therapy. Also suggested was an
increase in TV and radio publicity
on the drug problem.
The budget-dictated restructur-
ing of Atlantic side medical facili-
ties was also discussed at the meet-
ing, and it was noted that this sub-
ject would be discussed further at
a meeting called by the Atlantic

side civic councils for February 18
which the Governor would attend.
During the meeting there was a
discussion of the future of the Bal-
boa Teen Club which recently was
closed. Mrs. Darleen Ashby, pres-
ident of the Pacific Civic Council,
suggested community help of the
type given the military teen clubs
by military organizations.
In answer to a question from
Floyd Holland, president of the
Gamboa Civic Council, Governor
Leber said that at present there is
no project on foot for the construc-
tion of employee housing in any
part of the Canal Zone.
This was followed by a discus-
sion of trailer camps, house boats,
and construction of houses on lands
provided by lease from the Canal
Zone Government. The Governor
pointed out that no employee would
be allowed to own land in the Canal
Zone but that he could obtain a
license to lease.
Some other subjects discussed
were the types of movies being
provided in the Canal Zone theaters,
and the need for more dentists in
the Canal Zone, especially ortho-
dontists, and the revision of laws
requiring a license to operate a
motorcycle either on or off the
streets in the Canal Zone.

Telephone Tips
Have the correct number (or exten-
sion) in mind.-Consult your di-
rectory or personal number list.


In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin

Base Rate
Accountant, NM-5/7 ____-------- $6,760.00/$7,841.60
Accountant, NM-5/9 ___ --_--- --- $6,760.00/$8,944.00
Accounts Maintenance Clerk (Typing), NM-3 1-____ $3,702.40
Auditor, NM-5/11g ----------$7,412.00/$11,233.00
Automotive Machinist, M-11 (Driver's license required) ___ $3.36
Bindery Worker, M-7 ------- --- $1.66
Brakeman, M-7 ------------------------ ------ $1.66
Clerk (Checker), NM-2_ -- ------ -- --- $3,078.40
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-4 1 __--- --$5,137.60
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-4 1 (Knowledge of Spanish) .-- $5,137.60
Clinical Nurse, NM-5/7 -------- $6,406.40/$7,176.00
Computer Operator, NM-4/5 --- $5,137.60/$5,699.20
Computer Programer, NM-7/11 -- -- -$6,947.20/$10,025.60
Computer Systems Analyst, NM-12 -------- $11,897.60
Counterwoman, M-3 --- ----- $1.51
Electrical Engineer (General), NM-11 ---- $12,729.00
Electrician, M-11 -- ----- ----- --- --$3.36
Electrician, M-11 (Diesel locomotive experience required) --$3.36
General Engineer, NM-11 ____---$11,315.20
Guard, NM-4 ---- ------ $5,137.60
Helper Electrician (Lineman), M-5 --- --- ----- $1.59
Laborer (Cleaner), M-1 --- $1.45
Laborer (Heavy), M-3 (Intermittent) ----- ---- $1.51
Laborer (Heavy), M-3 ----- --$1.51
Linehandler, M-4 (Swimming ability) ----$1.55
Machinist, M-11 -------- -- -- $3.36
Maintenanceman, M-8 --- ---- ----- $1.93
Management Technician, NM-8 --- --$7,654.40
Marine Traffic Controller Assistant, NM-5 .--- $5,699.20
Medical Technologist, NM-5/7 --- $5,699.20/$6,947.20
Movie Film Reviewer, M-8 __________------ -- $1.93
Personnel Staffing Specialist (Examining), NM-9 (Bilingual) $8,403.20
Plumber, M-11 ------- --$3.36
Police Private, PL-1 1 -- ---------- ------ $8,000.00
Position Classification Specialist, NM-5/11 1 $5,699.20/$10,025.60
Rates Analyst, NM-5/11__ --------$5,699.20/$10,025.60
Refrigeration And Air-Conditioning Mechanic, M-11 .------ $3.36
Safety Officer, NM-11/12 ------- $10,025.60/$11,897.60
Sanitary Engineer (Assistant Chief, Water And
Laboratory Branch), NM-12 ---$ __ ---- ---- .. $13,835.00
Secretary (Typing), NM-4/5 1 ----- $5,522.00/$6,176.00
Surveying Technician, NM-6_ ---- --$6,302.40
Tire Rebuilder, M-9 (Driver's license required) _--- $2.31
Translator (Stenography), NM-6 1 ------ $6,882.00
Voucher Examiner, NM-4 (Intermittent) ---$2.47
Water Systems Operator, M-11_ -----$3.36
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-4 1 (NTE 9-7-70) --- $5,137.60
Clerk-Typist, NM-4 1 (NTE 12-31-70) ---- $5,137.60
Clinic Clerk, NM-3 (NTE 7-11-70) ____ --- $3,702.40
Electrical Engineer, NM-5 (NTE 1 year) ---$7,300.80
Social Work Associate/Social Worker,
NM-5/9 (NrE 5-30-70) ---- -- $5,699.20/$8,403.20

Linehandler, M-4 (NTE 7-1-70) ___-----

Bureau or ca-
Division tion
Comptroller P
Comptroller P
Palo Seco Hos P
Comptroller P
M.T.D. A
Printing Plant P
Railroad P
Railroad P
Electrical P
Personnel P
Gorgas Hos. P
Schools P
Comptroller P
Comptroller P
Gorgas Hos. P
Electrical P
Locks A-P
Railroad P
Locks P
Terminals A
Electrical P
Electrical P
Com. Serv. P
Electrical A
Terminals P
Locks P
Maintenance A
Adm. Serv. P
Navigation A
Coco Solo Hos A
Schools P
Central Emp. 0 P
Maintenance P
Police A
Personnel A
Comptroller P
Maintenance P
Safety Branch P

Maintenance P
Locks P
Engineering P
M.T.D. P
Adm. Serv. P
Comptroller P
Maintenance P

Engineering P
Coco Solo Hos A
Gorgas Hos. P
Engineering P

Mental H. C. P

$1.55 Terminals







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

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p iVol. VIII, No. 36 s de 55 Ai Servio del Comercio Mndial Viees 20 e Febrero e 1970
Vol. VIII, No. 36 Mds de 55 Anos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 20 de Febrero de 1970

Esperan 550 Personas

En Desayuno Plegaria

Se espera que unos 550 holnbres,
selecci6n de lideres gubernamen-
tales, del comercio, de la educaci6n
y otros campos, asistan al sexto De-
savuno Plegaria del Gobernador de
la Zona del Canal que tendrat lugar
en el cafetorium de la Escuela In-
termedia de CurundUt el 24 cde fe-
brero a las 7:50 a.m.
El siguiente program ha sido
anunciado por el comitn encargado
de los arreglos:
William Y. Boyd II, president
de la Compafiia Naviera Boyd Bros.
de PanamiA, har; la Invocaci6n. El
Contralor del Canal de PanamA,
Philip L. Steers, Jr., presentarni a
los invitados y presidirai el desayu-
no. Despu6s que sea servido el de-
sayuno, Edmund J. E. Ward, ge-
rente general de Xerox de Panama,
dara la bienvenida a nombre de los
grupos de plegaria de PanamA. Serai
seguido por el CapitAin John A.
Duncan, de la Armada de EE. UU.,
Subdirector de Operaciones, del
Comando Sur de EE. UU., quien

leerti un pasaje de la Biblia del Viejo
Testamento en ingl6s. Cabriel Her-
nAndez M., ex diplomiAtico pana-
mefio, leeri el pasaje de la Biblia
del Nuevo Testamento en espanol.
El Dr. Paul H. Loizeaux, cirujano
del Hospital de Coco Solo, ofreceril
entonces la plegaria principal del
desayuno. La plegaria serit seguida
por el mensaje en espafiol, por el
Honorable Efrain Santiago, Minis-
tro de Servicios Sociales de Puerto
Los Mensajeros (The Messengers),
un grupo musical integrado por
Steven L. Bolt, Twuila Darden, Yo-
landa Cuti6rrez, Floyd 13. Johnson
v Ricardo A. Lay, Jr., interpretarai
algunas canciones. Lucho Azcirra-
ga, el famoso organista panameho,
tendril a su cargo la misica durante
el desayuno.
Conrad Jensen, Subinspector
(ret.) del Departamento de Policia
de Nueva York, ofrecerA el segundo
mensaje, en ingl6s, y el Gobernador
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

El Canal Pondra en Venta

El Remolcador Alhajuela
Se esti publicando una licitaciOn tiguos de la flota del Canal de Pa-
para la venta del remolcador Alha- namA, el Alhajuela cost $301.715,
juela, de la Divisi6n de Dragas del cuando fue construido en 1936. El
Canal de Panami. La embarcaci6n Arraijdn, construido tambi6n por la
fue construida por la antigua Divi- Divisi6n de Mecinica en 1936, reci-
si6n de Mecinica de Balboa en 1936. bi6 una maquinaria nueva y fue re-
Las propuestas serni abiertas pfibli- construido en 1965, encontrindose
camente el 20 de marzo por la Di- actualmente en servicio con la Di-
visi6n de Almacenes en Balboa. vision de Navegacion en Balboa. El
Uno de los remolcadores mas an- Gatfin, construido en Balboa por la
Division de Mecinica en 1938, estA
todavia en servicio con la Divisi6n
RE UNION de Dragado.
EU N I N El Alhajuela fue construido de
La Cooperative Federal de Cre- acero remachado v tiene una poten-
dito N9 5849, de Balboa, anuncia cia de 750 caballos de fuerza pro-
su reunion annual, que tendri lugar porcionados por dos maquinas die-
mafiana sabado 21 de febrero, a las sel Price Rathbun. Tiene 110 pies
7:30 p.m., en las oficinas de la de largo y una velocidad de crucero
cooperative en Anc6n. En la reunion de 10 "udos. Poco despu6s de haber
se presentarAn los informes de los sido incorporado a la flota de remol-
directores, del tesorero y de los di- cadores fue asignado a servir en la
ferentes comit6s. Se invita a todos Bahia de Crist6bal.
los miembros a que asistan a esta El Alhajuela fue trasladado a la
reunion y se les suplica que eleven Divisi6n de Dragado en 1968 y ha
sus libretas. Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

Un grupo de damas observa la secci6n de modisteria de la gran exposici6n
de trabajos que se efectu6 en el Sal6n de Estudio de la Escuela Secundaria
de Rainbow City, con motivo de la graduaci6n del Programa de Desarrollo
Comunal 1969-70. Este program, de gran utilidad para los residents, es
patrocinado por un patronato integrado por diferentes organizaciones civi-
cas y asesorado por la Srta. Clara Wattley, organizadora comunal del Per-
sonal de Servicios Sociales de la Direcci6n de Personal. La director del
program en Rainbow City es la Srta. Beryl Jordan.

El Comit6 Latinoamericano de Becas rccibi6 una va-
liosa donaci6n para su fondo de becas, cuando el Club
de Jardineria Evergreen del Pacifico entreg6 un che-
que por $125. De izquierda a derecha aparecen en la
fotografia: Sra. Inds D. McKenzie, secretaria de co-
rrespondencia del club; F. A. Castles, Superintendente

Curso de Desarrollo de

R. City Tuvo Graduaci6n

El viernes 6 de febrero, por la
noche, tuvo lugar en el Sal6n de
Estudio de la Escuela Secundaria
de Rainbow City, el acto de gradua-
ci6n del Programa de Desarrollo
Comunal de esa poblaci6n.
Veintitrds adults recibieron sus
certificados de manos de la Srta.
Clara Wattley, Organizadora Co-
munal del Personal de Servicios So-
ciales de la Direcci6n de Personal
del Canal de Palanma 'Y Supervisora
del Programa.
Gracias a la consagraci6n de Ila
Director del Programa en Rainbow
City, Srta. Beryl Jordan, a la gran
cooperaci6n que en todo moment
le brind6 la Srta. Wattley y al apoyo
de la Directora de los Servicios So-
ciales, Dra. Georgina C. de Young,
la comunidad de Rainbow City vio
culminada una de sus miis cars as-
piraciones, al graduarse este grupo
de adults con ansias de mejorar.
El program se inici6 con la in-
vocaci6n, a cargo del Reverendo
Herbert Moore, de la Iglesia de
Santa Maria de Rainlow City, ac-
tuando de maestro de ceremonies el
Profesor Ricardo Nelson, de la Es-
cuela Primaria de Rainbow City. El
discurso de bicnvenida estuvo ia
cargo de la Sra. Joan dce De Silva,
quien adeimas de ser una de las gra-
duadas en ingl6s y artes manuals,
fue profesora de modisteria para
adolescents diurante el aiao.
Durante el acto, hubo un discur-
so de fondo por li Srta. Annette
Cordoba, ex alumna de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City, egre-
sada del Lincoln College, en Lin-
coln, Illinois, y actualmente estu-
diante de la Extensi6n en la Zona
del Canal de lta Universidad del
Estado de La Florida, c(lquin Clisert
sobre el tema "La Importancia de
la Educaci6n Iloy Dia"; hubo una
leclamaci6n qule arranco nutridos
aplausos de la conciurrcncia: la b1ella
poesia en ingl6s "The IHouse by the
Side of the Road", por lia Srta. Cas-
ma Cockburn, ex aluiina lde la Se-
cundaria de Rainbow City v actiial-
ncnte estudiante en la Unixcrsidad
de la Zona del Canal.

de la Divisi6n de Escuelas y miembro honorario del
Comit6, quien recibe el cheque de manos de la Sra.
Lena Thomas, president del club; la Sra. Evelyn
Wason, tesorera; y Ellis L. Fawcett, Superintendente
Ayudante de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas y presi-
dente del Comit6 Latinoamericano de Becas.

A Inspeccionar

Autos Antes del

27 de Este Mes
El viernes 27 de febrero es el
illtimo dia para la inspecci6n de
autom6viles y ]a Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor exhorta a los duefios
cle autos a llevarlos ahora y evitar
correderas de lltimo minute.
En vista de que aproximadamen-
te el 22 por cicnto de los vehiculos
revisados son rechazados, los due-
fios de vehiculos deberin Ilevar sus
auton6viles a inspeccionar lo mais
pronto possible, con el fin de darles
tiempo suficiente para las repara-
ciones necesarias que deban hacer-
se y que el vehiculo pase la inspec-
ci6n antes de la iltilna fecha.
Los residents en la Zona del
Canal deberan tener sus autom6vi-
les revisados cada afio antes de fines
de febrero. Las horas de inspecci6n
en el garaje de la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor son de 8 a.m. a 5
p.m. diariamente.

Uno de los moments mas emo-
cionantes fue cuando Santos Jorge,
Supervisor del Programa de Alfa-
betizaci6n y Educaci6n de Adultos
del Ministerio de Educaci6n de Pa-
namai, en la Provincia de Col6n, se
dirigi6 a los graduandos y los feli-
cito por sus logros y con emotivas
palabras los exhort a seguir en su
lucha por la superaci6n a trav6s del
studio. Los presents subrayaron
sus palabras con freniticos aplausos.
Pero el moment culminante del
program lleg6 cuando la Srta.
Wattley, en representaci6n de la
Direcci6n de Personal, y Roy A.
Watson, en representaci6n del Pa-
tronato que patrocina el program,
entregaron sus certificados a los 23
El Patronato estA integrado por
las diferentes organizaciones civi-
cas que operan en Rainbow City y
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Anuncian Varios Cierres por

Inventario en los Almacenes

Los siguientes cierres por inven-
tario en los Centros de Servicios
Comunales del Canal de PanamA
han sido anunciados por la Divi-
si6n de Abastos:
En el sector Pacifico, el Super-
mercado del Alnacin de Balboa
permanecerA cerrado de 5 a 10 p.m.
el 28 de febrero v de 8 a.m. a 3
p.m. el 1( de marzo. El Anexo de
Ropa para Caballeros y el de Ropa
para Damas (segundo piso) en el
Almac6n de Balboa, permaneceran
cerrados todo el dia 28 de febrero.
El Almac6n para Niflos Explora-
dores en el Centro de Servicios Co-
munales de Diablo Heights perma-
necera cerrado todo el dia 28 de
febrero y la Secci6n de Mercancia
del Luncheonette del Pacifico ce-
rrarn a las 2 p.m. tambi6n el 28 de
febrclro. La Secci6n de Mercancia
en el Luncheolnette del Corgas ce-
rranr a las 12:30 p.m. y la Secci6n
de Mercancia en la Refresqueria

del Area Industrial cerrar'i a las 12
del dia el 27 de febrero.
En el sector Atlintico, la Secci6n
de Mercancia del Centro de Servi-
cios Comunales de Cristobal, cerra-
Iri por inventario a la 1 p.m. el 28
de febrero.
El Departamento de Calzado de
Balboa y el Almac6n de Ventas
para Articulos del 1 logar ablliran
coro de costumlbre \ no serAn afce-
tados por los cierres por inventario
en esta 6poca. La cntrega de ali-
mentos en las mIlquinasl xpendedo-
ras continuara conlo dl costiumblrl
\ los inventarios no intcerruinpiirmln
esta operacion.
Los clients del Shupernircado
del Alnac6n de Balbloa notairo
que los cierres p]or iiiventario afec-
tanin esta unidad solaimente duran-
tc part del s;il)ado y pairte del do-
mingo y no hlablrt interriipciones
prolongadas in el servIicio de com-
pra en esos dias.

q5-/-7 7- (z// )

Febrero 20, 1970




9:00-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Los PoliVoces
1:00-El Fantasma y la Sra. Muir
1:30-Ballinger de Chicago
2:00-Los Lancer
3:00-Tarde de Toros
5:00-El Gran Chaparral
7:30-Grupo 21
8:00-Misi6n Imposible
10:00-Premiere de Gala

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-E1 Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-E1 Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-Los Detectives
3:30-Richard Diamond
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30-E1 Robot Gigante
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
8 00-Telenovela
9:00-Patrulla Juvenil
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de Amdrica
11 60-E- Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-Los Detectives
3:30-Richard Diamond
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hombre del Rifle
5:30-Mr. Ed
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de America
11 00-El Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-E1 Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-Los Detectives
3:30-Richard Diamond
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-E1 Hombre del Rifle
5:30-Los Picapiedras
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
9:00-Ladr6n sin Destino
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de Ambrica
11:00-El Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-E1 Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-Los Detectives
3:30-Richard Diamond
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-El Hlombre del Rifle
5:30-Joe 90
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
9:00-El Especial
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de Am6rica
11:00-El Detective Millonario

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-EI Hombre del Rifle
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-E1 Show de la Una
2:00-El Detective Millonario
3:00-Los Detectives
3:30-Richard Diamond
4:00-.77 Sunset Strip
5:00-E1 Hombre del Rifle
5:30-E1 Circo
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10 30-Ronda de Am6rica
11:00-El Detective Millonario

10:30-De Muier a Mujer
ll:30-Los Tres Chiflados
12:00-Batman v Cartones
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
1:30-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
2:00-Los Invencibles
3 30-Dragnet
4:00-Deportes en TV-2
6:30--Tevedos Informa
7:30-Tierra de Gigantes
8:30-Audacia es el Juego
10:00-Uitimas Noticias
10:30-Cine Saibado

Gabriela Rey E., ayudante estu-
diantil de servicio en la Divisi6n
de Servicios Administrativos, se en-
cuentra actualmente trabajando en
la Oficina del Traductor Oficial del
Canal de PanamA. Nacida en Pa-
namA, donde residi6 hasta que cur-
saba el tercer grado de la escuela
primaria, en el Instituto Panameri-
cano de la ciudad capital, pas6 el
resto de su nifiez y los primeros
aflos de su juventud en la ciudad
de David. "Mi padre fue traslada-
do a la plant de la Compafiia Pa-
nameiia de Leche, cerca de la ciu-
dad de La Concepci6n", explica,
"y por esa raz6n la familiar decidi6
mudarse a Chiriqui". En el acredi-
tado Colegio de Nuestra Sefiora de
los Angeles, de la bella ciudad capi-
tal del Valle de la Luna, termin6
su primaria y curs6 todos los estu-
dios secundarios. Al finalizarlos, se
traslad6 nuevamente a la ciudad de
PanamA, donde ingres6 a la Univer-
sidad Santa Maria La Antigua, don-
de cursa studios para obtener una
licenciatura en Quimica, como pri-
mer paso para poder seguir sus es-
tudios superiores y obtener el grado
de Ingeniero Quimico, que es su
mayor aspiraci6n. Sumamente ac-
tiva tanto en lo academico como
en las demAs actividades de su uni-
versidad, es president de la Es-
cuela de Quimica y pertenece a los
Cursillos de Capacitaci6n Social
que funcionan en dicho plantel de
studios superiores. La Srta. Rey es
cat6lica y le encanta cumplir con

sus deberes religiosos en la Capilla
del Colegio Javier. "Me encanta,
porque es la mAs modern que hay
en la ciudad", dice. Antes de venir
al Canal, trabaj6 como secretaria
en Servicio de Lewis y en Gran
Morrison, almacenes importantes
de PanamA. Le encanta la equita-

Harold Clarke, president de la Asociaci6n de Estudiantes de la Escuela:
Secundaria de Paraiso, entrega un cheque por $25 de la Asociaci6n a la
Sra. Doris de Greene, integrante del Comit6 Latinoamericano de Becas.
A la izquierda estai George V. Richards, director de la Escuela Secundaria
de Paraiso, y a la derecha esta Evcrton Robinson, tesorero de la Asociaci6n
de Estudiantes. El dinero ingresarai al fondo latinoamericano de becas.

Pu-pwim de Em4toi

20 al 23 de febrero-Feria Agropecuaria e Industrial de La Chorrera.
28 de febrero al 14 de marzo-Celebraci6n de los XI Juegos Deportivos
Centroamericanos y del Caribe en la ciudad de PanamA. ParticiparAn
atletas de 22 paises.
9 al 12 de marzo-Reuni6n de ejecutivos de la United Fruit Co. de Boston,
Guatemala y Honduras en la ciudad de PanamA.
18 al 23 de marzo-Feria de San Jos6 en David. Exposici6n Industrial,
Commercial y Agropecuaria.
Marzo 22. Domingo de Ramos-En varias poblaciones de PanamA, pero
en especial en La Chorrera, se efect6a ese dia una procesi6n que sim-
boliza la entrada triunfal de Jesus en Jerusalun, antes de su Pasi6n y
Mucrte. Se llcva la imagen de Jesus montada en un pollino por las
principles calls de la ciudad.
22 al 29 de marzo-Feria de Azuero en la Provincia de Los Santos.

ci6n y la pesca. Pero su mayor afi-
ci6n consiste en tratar con el pi-
blico. Sus impresiones sobre su tra-
bajo en el Canal las resume asi:
"Estoy encantada con mi trabajo
en el Canal de Panama. Todos son
sumamente amables y espero co-
rresponder de igual manera".

Cerraran los

Almacenes el

23 de Febrero

Todos los .almacenes del Canal
de PanamA con excepci6n del Su-
permercado de Balboa permanece-
rAn cerrados todo el dia hines 23
de febrero, dia de fiesta por el cum-
pleafios de Washington que cae en
El Supermercado de Balboa, la
Superette de Margarita y las Sec-
ciones de Ventas de Articulos de
Conveniencia de Gatun, Paraiso y
Gamboa, abriran durante las horas
regulars el 22 y 23 de febrero.
El Supermercado de Coco Solo
abrirai solamente durante las horas
regulars el martes 24 de febrero,
cuando estaria normalmente cerra-
do. Todas las otras unidades man-
tendrAn sus horarios regulars de
trabajo durante el resto de la

Publicacion official del Canal de Pa-
nama. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6-
nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud express.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publi-
car en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada
a la oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir
la correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SI'LLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los
empleados del Canal de PanamA.
Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
(incluyendo envio por correo) $2.60 al
aio. Los cheques deben hacerse pa-
graderos al Panama Canal Company y
dirigidos a: SPILLVAY Subscriptions,
Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

En Su Pantalla
Fort Utah (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 20__ CERRADO The Court Jester (AYC) Duel Of The Titans (AY)
Fort Utah (AY) y Buckskin (AYC) y
Stibado 21__ The Court Jester (AYC) CERRADO Rock-A-Bye Baby (AYC)
Domingo 22__ The Bliss Of Mrs. Blossom (A) Villa Rides (A) Assignment To Kill (A)

Lunes 23-_ The Bliss Of Mrs. Blossom (A) The Opposite Sex (A) y Assignment To Kill (A)
Woman Without A Face (A)
Martes 24__ CERRADO Long Days Dying (A) Danger Diaholik (A)
The Opposite Sex (A) y
Miercoles 25- Womn Without A Face (A) Fahrenheit 451 (AY) CERRADO

Jueves 26_ Long Days Dying (A) CERRADO Cunn (A) y Red Line 7000 (AY)

Viernes 27 CEAngels In Th Outfield (AYC) v 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 27 CERRADO Gypsy Colt (AYC) Stage To Thunder Rock (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifios de 8 a 12.

Gente en la Noticia

Pagina 2



9:15-Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:30-Carrusel Internacional
2:00-Domingo Deportivo
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Astuto
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

11:15-Iazafias de Mike Malone
11:45-Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:15-Tres Patines
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
2:30-Granjero Ultinmo Modelo
3:00-Folklore Nacional
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-Shazzam el Mago
4:30-El Meteoro
9:30-Micronoticiero y Enigma
10:30-Micronoticiero y Jefatura 87

11:15-Hazafias de Mike Malone
11:45--Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:15-Festival en Madrid
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
2:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
3:00-El Hogar y la Escnela
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-Shazzam el Mago
4:30-E1 Meteoro
9:30-Micronoticiero y Enemigos
del Crimen
10:30-Micronoticiero y Jefatura 87

11:15-Hazafias de Mike Malone
11:45-Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:15-Tres Patines
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
2:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
3:00-La Mujer Opina
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-Shazzam el Mago
4:30-El Meteoro
9:30-Micronoticiero y
Los Vengadores
10:30-Micronoticiero y Jefatura 87

11:15-Hazanas de Mike Malone
11:45--Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:15-Jueves Estelares
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
2:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
3:00-Consejos Para la Salud
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-Shazzam cl Mago
4:30-E1 Meteoro
9:30-Micronoticiero y Los Rebeldes
10:30-Micronoticiero y Jefatura 87

11:15-Ilazanias de Mike Malone
11:45-Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
2:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
3:00-Camino de la Verdad
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-Shazzam el Mago
4:30-E1 Meteoro
9:30-Micronoticiero y La Ley del
10:30-Micronoliciero y La Hora Cero

1 :00-1Iuck Finn
11:15-Hlazafias de Mike Malone
12:00-Astro Hoy
12:3(0-Cmnicos y Canciones
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
1:30-Los H roes de IHogan
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
,I .30-Banana Splits
5:30-E1 Calallo de Hierro
8:30-Viaje al Fondo del Mar
9:30-Pzazz 70

Febrero 20, 1970

Pigina 3


Anelito Vio Cine por Primera Vez oc 0 1t eP1 e

Luego de Intervenci6n Quirurgica I .

Perfectamente adaptado al ambiente de la Zona del Canal, Anelito no
muestra ya ning6n defecto en la vista y ejecuta normalmente todos los
juegos a que se dedican los nifios de su edad.

-jD6nde esta el alambre? Pre-
guntaba llorando un simpitico nifii-
to de unos 7 anfos a una senlora en
la Secci6n de Cirugia del Hospital
Corgas, hace unas cuantas semanas.
-iCuAil I....l.... Pregunt6 a su
vez la sefiora a la que iba dirigida
la pregunta.
La respuesta fue: "Ese alambre
que ustedes llaman tel6fono, por-
que quiero conversar con los amle-
ricanos amigos mios quie me tra-
jeron aca".
El nifio, muy blien parecido v lde
marcados rasgos de la raza india
guaymi, se llama Anel Caballero y
vive con su madre v varies hclrma-
nos en Bambito, aldea situada a
mas de 8.000 pies de altura en el
camino que va de Hato Volcan a
Cerro Punta, en las tierras altas de
Chiriqui. Esta a mis de 300 inillas
al occidente de la ciudad de Pa-
jC6mo fue que Anelito Caballc-
ro lleg6 a la Secci6n de Cirugia del
Hospital Corgas? Y c6mo fue que
se inici6 esa relaci6n entire un pe-
quefio de las montaias chiricanas
con una familiar de residents de la
Zona a los que 61 Ilama sencilla-
mente "mis amigos camericanos"?
Harat unos 4 ailos, una familiar
de ]a Zona del Canal (que ha exigi-
do permanecer en cl anoninalto) se
dirigia a Cerro Punta a tomar lunas
cortas vacaciones. Cuando pasaban
por Bambito, les llanim la atenci6n
in nifiito que cargal)a u1n paquete
en la cabeza y que los salud6 cari-
fiosamente con la mano. Detuvie-
ron el autom6vil v al observarlo
imas detenidamente, notaron que
tcnia un estrabisino pronunciado en
ambos ojos, uno de los cuales tenia
la pupila completamente oculta, de
manera que el nifio, al caminar,
tropezaba con sus propios pies.
La criatura se los gan6 con su
alegria y simpatia innatas. Fnue
desde ese momennto lque el niio los
empez6 a Ilamar "mis amigos aine-
Le regalaron unos diilces y si-
guieron su camino. El matrimonio
qued6 sumainente impresionado por
la sinmpatia personal tde Anelito, su
natural alegria y por el tremenldo
defect que sufria.
Desde entonces el nifin los espe-
raba en la carretera N los salulabal
con carifio. Ellos le dalban dulccs.
El matrimtonio decide ()que algo
podia hacerse por el niio. Por in-
termedio del Padre Maurice Roach,

sacerdote catolico que atiende a los
residents de esas regions, se pu-
sieron en contact con la madre del
nifio. Era una aunilia numerosa y
sumamente polre, pero a la madre
no le agradaba la idea de separarse
de su hijo. "Era una madre suma-
mente amorosa", es el comentario
del matrimonio zoneita y agregan:
"Pero cuando el Padre Roach la
convenci6 de que todo se hacia por
el bien del nifio, accedi6 a que lo
tuera a examiner un medico".
El Dr. Melvin L. Ottis, del Hos-
pital Gorgas, hizo un viaje hasta
Bambito en unos dias que tuvo li-
bres v decidi6 que el mal del nino
podia ser corregido mediante una
intervencion quilrrgica.
Los esposos zoneitas se dedica-
ron a efectuar las diligencias nece-
sarias para lograr la hospitalizaci6n
del nino y que los servicios que se
le prestaran en el hospital fueran
libres de costo, dada la pobreza de
la familiar.
El sibado 10 de enero de 1970,
llegaba el nilio por primer vez a la
ciudad de Panama y era recibido
en el hogar del matrimonio zoneita.
El martes 13 de enero, era inter-
nado en el Hospital Gorgas y al dia
siguiente tenia lugar la escena con
que comenz6 este articulo. Ese dia,
el Dr. Ottis le explic6 que le iban
a curar los ojos, pero que le iban
a dar una medicine para que se
durmiera y no sintiera ning6n dolor.
Pero que cuando despertara no
debia liorar para que no le doliera.
El nifio dijo que estaba bien y
cumpli6 su palabra.
El comentario del personal del
hospital es que es un magnifico pa-
ciente. El 15 de enero fue operado
por el Dr. Ottis y poco despu6s re-
gresaba a la residencia de sus pro-
tectores de la Zona del Canal. Sus
ojos estan perfectamente, ha asis-
tido a numerosos especticulos en
compafia de Bobby, el hijo del
matrimonio, y ha visto cine por
primera vez en su vida. Le han
asombrado la grandiosidad del
Puente Ferry Thatcher, las luces
del Canal de Panamia y la belleza
de la capital de la Repiblica.
Los protectors del nifio no se
cansan de alabar la habilidad pro-
fesional del Dr. Ottis y el cariFio
que en todo moment le ha dedi-
cado a Anelito. Sc ha dedicado a
61 de tal manera que se ha ganado
su absolute confianza.
El nifio se adapt perfectamnente

al ambiente de su hogar en la Zona
del Canal. Su cuarto, el que com-
parte con el hijo de la familiar, esta
en el caracteristico desorden de los
de todos los nifios. "Pero Ileva la
cuenta de todo lo que se le da y
siempre sabe d6nde ha colocado las
cosas, no import que s6lo sea un
pedazo de cordel", dice la sefiora
de la casa. "Como a todos los nifios,
le encanta saltar en la cama y ya
ha tumbado la de Bobby en dos
ocasiones", agrega sonriendo.
Cuando se le pregunta a Anelito
si le gusta su casa de la Zona del
Canal, contest enseguida que si,
pero agrega: "S61o que hace much
calor". Se comprende inmediata-
mente, pues ha pasado toda su vida
a mas de 8.000 pies de altura sobre
el nivel del mar.
A pesar de contar con s61o 7 afios
de edad (61 dice siempre que tie-
ne 8), capta todo lo que se le dice;
ya comprende casi todo lo que se
le dice cn inglhs, y estti sumamente
content porque cuando regrese a
Bambito podrit ir a la escuela y
hacer muchas cosas mas "pues ya
no me molestan los ojos".
A principios de febrero, Anelito
debia regresar a su pueblo. El dia
antes de su regreso, la sefiora que
lo habia tornado bajo su protecci6n
en la Zona del Canal estaba ata-
reada haciendole la maleta v colo-
cando en ella toda la ropa que le
han conseguido. Anelito se le acer-
c6 y le pregunt6 qcu hacia. La se-
flora Ic contest que al dia siguiente
61l deberia regresar a Bambito,
donde su mamni que lo estaba espe-
rando. Bruscamente, el niio sac6
todas las cosas de la naleta, volvi6
a colocarlas en el estate y dijo:
"No me voy. Quiero quedanne un
Lines mas con mis anigos ameri-

iQue Bautizo!

En Sheffield, Inglaterra, en pre-
sencia de casi todo el pueblo, el
Ej6rcito de Salvaci6n y las autori-
dades municipales, se celebraba la
botadura al agua de un yate de
acero de 18.5 metros que habia
construido en 5 afios el aficionado
Joe Phillips para dar un viaje alre-
dedor del mundo.
Se rompi6 una botella de ron
contra la proa y la embarcaci6n de
62 toncladas fue botada al agua
. iOh fatalidad . Se hundi6
ahi mismo.

Aura Rosa Rodriguez, la Reina
de los Carnavales de Col6n, es re-
sidente en Rainbow City. En abril
de 1968 fue Novia de la Uni6n de
Prensa Radial de Col6n.
Los televidentes en el Istmo es-
tuvieron de plAcemes esta semana
cuando por primera vez vieron, via
sat6lite, una transmisi6n de boxeo
directamente desde Nueva York, y
nada menos que en colores-para
los que tienen receptores de tele-
visi6n a color. El program en el
que Joe Frazier conquist6 el titulo
de peso complete noqueando a Jim-
my Ellis, fue narrado por el famoso
locutor deportivo Buck Canel. Cual-
quier relaci6n con alguien del mis-
mo apellido en la empresa del Canal
de PanamA, no es coincidencia, por-
que son hermanos.

Y a prop6sito de transmisiones
por television, via satelite, se estin
haciendo las gestiones para trans-
mitir el 3 de marzo desde la Arena
Deportiva de Los Angeles, Califor-
nia, el encuentro por el titulo mun-
dial de los pesos livianos entire el
canipe6n Armando Ramos, de Los
Angeles, y el panameiio Ismael La-
guna, ex campe6n mundial de la
division. La pelea seria vista aqui
alrededor de la medianoche dc esa
o 0 o
El "panorama" esta encantador
en estos dias por las Esclusas de
Miraflores, ya que lo engalana un
bello ramillete de ayudantes estu-
diantiles con unos uniforms que
los visitantes han calificado de sen-
cillamente extraordinarios. Vale la
pena darse una pasadita por las es-
clusas para admiral los "barcos en

La verdad jams hace dafo. A no
ser que uno se la diga a alguien de
mucho mais tamailo y de pegada
nmis fuerte.

Si creen que la gente no fue a
camavalear en Col6n el domingo

15, lean las siguientes cifras de los
pasajeros que viajaron de regreso a
PanamA, despues del Carnavalito
Colonense: En el tren de inediano-
che del domingo regresardn a Pa-
namat 1.400 personas; en el primero
de la madrugada del lines 16, via-
jaron 1.700 personas, y en el de las
9:50 a.m. del lunes, cerca de 1.200
personas. Son cifras extraoficiales.
S0 0
"Gracias" es una palabra que
aunque la escriba con letras mi-
niisculas, es una idea mayiscula.

Un gastr6nomo es un hombre
invitado a una noche de vino, mu-
jeres y canciones-y pregunta que
clase de vino.

Despedida Para

Fannie de Sosa

El 6 de Marzo
La Sra. Fannie M. de Sosa, Es-
crutadora de Solicitudes en la Di-
visi6n de Servicios Administrativos
del Canal de PanamA, se jubilaral
despues de nmas de 30 anos de ser-
vicio y sera la invitada de honor
en una fiesta de despedida que ten-
drAi lugar en el Club de Oficiales de
Quarry Heights el viernes 6 de
marzo de 6:30 a 11:30 p.m.
La fiesta seri animada por la mu-
sica de los Hi-Tones, habral baile v
un bufet que consistirat de came
asada y/o pescado frito. Los coc-
teles ser-n servidos a las 6:30 p.m.
Los boletos estan a la venta a
$6 por persona y pueden obtenerse
de las sefioras Mayno Walker
(2-1528), Mary Orr (2-4833), Mar-
cia de Ortega (2-2772 6 28-23-6311),
Aurora Courchaine (2-4420), Fan-
nie HernAndez (2-1477), Bev Bow-
man (2-3192) y Louis Poletti
El traje es semiformal, con saco
y corbata para los hombres.

El Club Caribe Cultural de Col6n que se organize con tado, ayudandolo a continuar su educaci6n secunda-
el prop6sito de promover actividades culturales ade- iia. En la fotografia aparecen, parades, de izquierda
mais de ayudar a causes ben6ficas, patrocinari su pri- a derecha: Marcia Piggott, Anna Feurtado, Maritza
mer gran bailey de debutantes, el cual tendri lugar en Thomas, Cecilia Galindo, Cynthia Bowen, Lastenia
el Club de Extranjeros de Col6n el s'ibado 7 de marzo Stephens, Yolanda Dennis, Jcstina Harris, Alda V.
con in6sica a cargo de la famosa Orquesta de Willie Mottley y Racquel Robinson. Sentadas: Mdlida De
Moro. Lo que se recaude en este baile senr usado para Lc6n, Ofelia Duncan, Cecilia Alexis, Felicidad Mottley,
ofrecer una beca a un estudiante meritorio y necesi- Doris Gray y Marva White; al centro, Lidia Cabezas.


Febrero 20, 1970

Charles H. Blades complete, recientemente 30 afios de mente en el Almac6n de Paraiso. Aparecen, de izquier-
servicio en una ocupaci6n en donde existen grandes da a derecha: R. P. Laverty, Gerente General de la
riesgos sin haber sufrido ninguna lesi6n que le causara Divisi6n de Abastos; Robert Phillips, Director del Co-
incapacidad. Por este logro se le concedi6 el Premio mit6 de Seguridad del Trabajador; Blades, Ferguson y
Llave de Seguridad de 30 Afios, que le fue entregado C. C. Rowe, Gerente del Almac6n de Paraiso. Atris
por L. A. Ferguson, Director de Abastos y Servicios estAn los companieros de trabajo de Blades
Comunales en una ceremonia llevada a cabo reciente-

Hay Excursiones

En Summit Desde

El 28 de Febrero
Los Jardines de Summit han sido
descritos como "el jardin tropical
mis admirable en el mundo ac-
tualmente" y los amantes de la
naturaleza tendrAn la oportunidad
de aprender acerca de los miles de
classes de plants encontradas alli
en una series de excursions sefiala-
das para la estaci6n seca.
Las excursions seran dirigidas
por Roy Sharp, Subjefe de Predios,
area del Pacifico, sefialAndose la
primera excursion para el 28 de
febrero. Las otras excursions estin
planeadas para el 7 y el 14 de
marzo. La hora de comienzo de las
excursions serA a las 9 a.m. a la
entrada de los jardines y el reco-
rrido tomarA de 2 a 2z horas.
MAs de 50.000 visitantes Ilegan a
los Jardines de Summit cada aflo.
Entre los visitantes se encuentran
varies miles de estudiantes de Pa-
namA y de la Zona del Canal, turis-
tas de todas parties del mundo, y
estudiantes de la vida de las plan-
tas. Aqui, en 300 acres, hay un
mundo de plants de la faja tropi-
cal que rodea el mundo y esta series
de excursions ofrece una oportu-
nidad excepcional de aprender
acerca de ellas.

Esperan 550...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
W. P. Leber hablarA brevemente
antes de que el desayuno annual fi-
nalice con la Bendici6n por el In-
geniero Ricardo A. Pasco.
La estaci6n de radio SCN trans-
mitirA en vivo el desayuno a las
8:30 a.m. y ofrecerA tambien deta-
liles en la television a las 6 p.m.
La emisora HOXO planea retrans-
mitir parties del Desayuno Plegaria.
El orador en ingles serA escuchado
a las 8:30 p.m. esa noche y a las
12:15 p.m. al dia siguiente, serA
escuchado el orador en espafiol.
Como en afios anteriores, las per-
sonas que est6n planeando asistir al
desayuno y no hayan recibido sus
boletos, pueden obtener en la puer-
ta antes del desayuno, sus puestos
en las mesas. A los que asisten se
les solicit estar sentados para las
7:50 a.m. ya que el desayuno co-
menzarA a las 8 a.m.

La perfecci6n no existe, pues no
se puede lamar a nadie "un per-
fecto idiota".

Quienes estan locos de amor, de-
berian casarse en el manicomio.

Se Controlara Numero de

Ciertas Aves Peligrosas

La Direcci6n de Salubridad ad-
vierte a los residents de la Zona
del Canal que las palomas y otros
pAjaros, reunidos en cantidades ex-
traordinarias, son portadores de en-
fermedades y que no debe atra6rse-
les a los poblados de la Zona del
Canal, dAndoles comida.
El aumento en la cantidad de
aves ha causado suciedad en edifi-
cios, aparatos de aire acondicionado
y en los demAs lugares donde las
aves acostumbran reunirse. Various
residents se han quejado acerca
del problema de tener que limpiar
esas Areas.
La Histoplasmosis, una enferme-
dad sistemitica en el hombre, cau-
sada por hongos, puede ser contraida
por las personas que limpian las acu-
mulaciones de excrementos de pa-
lomas que constituyen medio apro-
piado para el desarrollo de las es-
poras que Ileva el viento. La crip-
tococosis, otra infecci6n por hongos,
se ha descubierto que esti relacio-
nada con los excrementos de las pa-
lomas y la encefalitis es transmitida
al hombre desde las aves por la pi-

Exhiben Modelo

Del Canal de

Lunes a Sabado
Una manera interesante para los
nifios lo mismo que para los adul-
tos de aprender acerca de la opera-
ci6n del Canal de PanamA es visi-
tando el modelo topogrifico del
Canal que ahora se exhibe en el
Edificio de Asuntos Civiles de 9
a.m. a 7 p.m. de lunes a sAbado.
La maqueta, que fue parte de la
exposici6n de la Zona del Canal en
la Hemisferia 68 en San Antonio, y
estuvo exhibi6ndose en la Casa In-
ternacional de Nueva Orleans, estA
disefiada para explicar la operaci6n
complete del trAnsito de los barcos
a trav6s de la via acuAtica de octano
a oceano.
EstA equipada con luces, tiene
barcos pequeiios en el Canal, e in-
cluye models a escala del Puente
Ferry Thatcher y las comunidades
a lo largo de la ruta. Un guia de la
Zona del Canal e:;tA present para
contestar preguntas y hay un co-
mentario grabado en cinta magne-
t6nica en espafiol e ingl6s. La expo-
sici6n estA abierta al pi)blico com-
pletamente gratis.

cada de los mosquitos. La toxoplas-
mosis, enfermedad causada en el
hombre y en otros animals por pro-
tozoarios, se encuentra frecuente-
mente en las palomas.
Para reducir la poblaci6n de pa-
lomas, serA necesario que la Divi-
si6n de Sanidad elimine las palomas
en varias localidades. A pesar de
que la media de control mAs acon-
sejable es usar trampas, tambien se
usaran otros m6todos pricticos para
eliminar o ahuyentar las aves sin
crear problems de seguridad o mo-
lestias a las personas, especialmente
en las residencias de dos pisos. Se
agradecera la compresi6n y ayuda
de los residents de las poblaciones
donde sea necesario controlar la
poblaci6n de aves.

Curso de Desarrollo...

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
es presidido por la Srta. Jordan, di-
rectora del program que ha ayu-
dado grandemente a la comunidad
y ha despertado generals comenta-
rios favorable.
La Srta. Jordan ha declarado que
jams se hubiera podido hacer algo
sin la magnifica cooperaci6n que ha
recibido de la Divisi6n de Escuelas,
la Direcci6n de Personal y el entu-
siasta apoyo de la comunidad, en
especial de los instructors del pro-
grama. He aqui sus nombres: Sra.
Gladys de Soley (modisteria para
sefioras), Sra. Joan de De Silva (mo-
disteria para adolesccntcs), Sra.
Thelma de Murrell (artes industria-
les), Sras. Dorothy de Welch, Thel-
ma de Coward y Joyce de De Souza
(reposteria), Francisco Bolt, profe-
sor de ingl6s; Holden Cockburn,
professor de ingles avanzado; Srta.
Lidia De Souza, profesora de espa-
fiol elemental; Jaime Hurtado, pro-
fesor de espafiol intermedio; Ricar-
do Nelson, professor de matematica
modern; Carlos Diaz, instructor de
sastreria y Frank Stewart, instructor
de tapiceria.
Pr6ximamente se dara a conocer
la fecha de las matriculas para el
nuevo Curso de Desarrollo Comu-
nal de Rainbow City.

Convalecencia es el period en
que el enfermo enamora a la en-

Mucha gente pierde la vergiien-
za para encontrar dinero.


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El Canal Pondra en Venta el Remolcador...

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sido usado en el trabajo de amplia-
ci6n del Corte. Es el primer remol-
cador que vende el Canal de Pana-
mA desde 1965, cuando el Trini-
dad I fue puesto en licitaci6n.
Los remolcadores actualmente en
servicio incluyen el Cirdenas, el
San Pablo y el Culebra, construidos
en 1944 y de servicio con la Divi-
si6n de Dragado en Gamboa. Cada
uno tiene 1.000 caballos de fuerza
y una fuerza de bolardo de 30.000
libras. La fuerza de bolardo es la
media de fuerza de arrastre que
puede ejercer el remolcador sobre
otra embarcaci6n.
El inico remolcador de salvamen-
to en alta mar del Canal, es el
Taboga, que trabaj6 con el Ramo
de Guias a la Navegaci6n cuando
fue puesto en servicio en 1947. Fue
convertido para prestar servicio de
remolque en 1959 y ahora pertene-
ce a la Divisi6n de Dragado.
Tres remolcadores nuevos fueron
construidos para el Canal en 1961
por la Diamond Manufacturing Co.,
de Savannah, Georgia. Son el John
F. Wallace, el John F. Stevens y el
George W. Goethals. Se les bautiz6
en honor de los tres ingenieros aso-
ciados con la construcci6n del Canal.
Estos remolcadores, estacionados
en Balboa, Crist6bal y Camboa,
respectivamente, son similares en di-
sefio a los que se usan en la Bahia
de Nueva York y se destacan por su
habilidad para maniobrar eficiente-
mente en espacios limitados.
Los remolcadores Hugh Rodinan,
bautizado en honor del primer Su-
perintendente de Marina del Canal,

\ el Harry H. Rousseau, bautizado
en honor de un miembro de la Co-
misi6n del Canal Istmico, fueron
afiadidos a la flota en 1966 y 1967,
respectivamente. Son versions mo-
dificadas del remolcador de bahias
de la Armada de Estados Unidos de
la clase YTB 760 y resultado de un
studio efectuado coordinadamente
por la Divisi6n de Navegaci6n y la
Division Industrial sobre las necesi-
dades del Canal de Panama.
Los remolcadores fueron cons-
truidos por la Southern Shipbuild-
ing Corp. y, a pesar de poseer ma-
quinarias de 2.000 caballos de fuer-
za, cada uno posee 70.000 libras de
fuerza de arrastre. El Rodman estl
estacionado en Balboa y el Rousseau
en Crist6bal.
Un sistema de aparatos escucha-
dores de maquinaria es una de las
caracteristicas de los poderosos re-
molcadores nuevos que estin siendo
actualmente recibidos de la South-
ern Shipbuilding Co. Equipados con
un equipo de mando de miquinas
a control remote que permit arran-
car y detener la maquinaria, al igual
que controlar las bombs desde el
puente. Estos remolcadores poseen
una fuerza de bolardo de 80.000
El Julidn L. Schley y el Trini-
dad II fueron entregados en 1968.
Tres mis del mismo tipo deberan
llegar aqui procedentes de la South-
ern Shipbuilding Co. durante el aio
calendario 1970. Son ellos el Chester
Harding, el Joseph Mehaffey y el
Jay ]. Morrow, bautizados en honor
de ex gobernadores de la Zona del

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