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]
Physical Description:
37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.


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Periodicals -- Canal Zone ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama) ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )


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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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum



Vol. VIII, No. 46 More Than 55 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, May 1,1970

Governor Presents

30-, 40-Year Awards

Four hundred and fifty seven Pan-
ama Canal employees from both
sides of the Isthmus, the largest
number in the history of the Canal
organization to be honored at an
annual service awards ceremony,
gathered at the Balboa Theater last
week to receive recognition for
completing 30 and 40 years of
service with the organization.
Fifty-three employees who have
40 years or more service with the
Canal, and 404 who have 30 years
or more service to their credit, were
presented length-of-service awards
by Gov. W. P. Leber. Bureau direc-
tors presented service pins to the
The Governor thanked the em-
ployees for their many years of loyal
and dedicated service to the Canal
and told them it was through their
efforts that a great deal of Canal
history has been written and pro-
gress made. He noted that 40 years
ago, the Canal was 16 years old
and 66,270 ships had transited since
its inauguration. "Last month," the
Governor said, "the total number of
transits had reached 430,093 which
means that employees with 40 years
of service have helped to put through
nearly 85 percent of the traffic that
has passed through the Canal."
Governor Leber also reminded
the employees of the many major
improvement projects such as Mad-
den Dam which were carried on to
keep pace with increasing traffic.
Referring to the 30-year length of
service employees, Governor Leber
remarked that their initiation to the
Canal was during hectic times.
World War II had broken out in
Europe and things were happening
all over. He mentioned the plans for
the third set of locks and how the
Canal was operated on an emer-
gency basis and continued to oper-
ate at a high rate of efficiency in
spite of the emergency measures.
Besides the growth in the Canal
traffic during the past 30 years, the
Governor mentioned a number of
improvements on the Canal such as
the cut widening project, the lights

Tickets are on sale at the Infor-
mation Desk of the Administration
Building for the Saturday perform-
ances of Raphael, the internationally
famous Spanish pop singer, who is
scheduled for four presentations at
Panama's Olympic Gymnasium in
benefit of the victims of recent floods
in Chiriqui and Bocas del Toro.
Performances on Saturday will be
at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. and Sunday at
4:30 and 8 p.m.
General admission is $2 and
reserved seats range from $5 to $10.

An exhibit of paintings by the
students of Pete Johnson's Experi-
mental Art Studio will be held at
the Jewish Welfare Board from
May 4 to May 29.
The paintings also will be dis-
played at the Little Gallery in the
Tivoli Guest House from June 1
to July 1.
Residents of Panama and the
Canal Zone are invited to both

on the Canal, training programs, and
other innovations which have per-
mitted the Canal to handle more
traffic than anyone ever thought
would be handled.
"You have been here all these
years-have seen more than I have
and know what has been going on.
You have seen the Canal succeed
and you are part of it," Governor
Leber told the employees.
The complete list of employees
with 40 or more years of service
and employees with 30 or more
years of service and their bureaus
are listed below.
Donald P. Peart, Felix L. Wilkins.
(Continued on p. 4)

Changes Made

In Schedule

Of Cristobal
The SS Cristobal was expected to
reach New Orleans yesterday morn-
ing after boiler problems delayed
the departure of the ship from Cris-
tobal until Sunday afternoon. The
Cristobal had sailed for New Or-
leans on Friday but was forced to
return to port Saturday because of
boiler trouble.
She will depart New Orleans
May 3 for voyage No. 241, arriving
at Cristobal May 7. The next north-
bound voyage will leave Cristobal
May 9 and arrive at New Orleans
May 13. Voyage No. 242 is sched-
uled to leave New Orleans May 16
and arrive at the Isthmus May 20.
Her departure from Cristobal on
May 22 at 3 p.m. will put her back
on schedule.


Panama ToTake

Census May 10

Pealing bells and wailing sirens
will signal the start of Panama's
1970 census at 7 a.m., Sunday,
May 10.
At that hour all activity in the
Republic will come to a standstill
and the only persons on the streets
will be the census takers and those
engaged in essential occupations.
All places of business will close
and even churches will suspend
services until the census is com-
pleted, about 7 p.m., Sunday, when
all activities will return to normal.
Panama National Guard will stop
anyone on the streets who is not
wearing a lapel tag signifying that
he has already been enumerated.

Information Please




Carrie, 17-month-old daughter of S. Sgt. and Mrs.
Cornell K. Swanson of Fort Clayton, lends a hand as
her parents select pamphlets at the Panama Canal In-
formation Office. Mrs. Swanson plans to send the
brochures to a cousin in Colorado who is writing a
school report on Panama and the Canal Zone. Staff

Sergeant Swanson is a crypto accountant and security
noncommissioned officer, at Corozal. He will be dis-
charged from the Army in July and plans to return to
his hometown of Greeley, Colo. The Swansons have
been on the Isthmus for the past 3 years.

Law Day Observances Are Planned

For Today on Both Sides of Isthmus

Ceremonies in the District Court
in Ancon and in the Magistrate's
Court in Cristobal will highlight a
full day of activities planned for
May 1 to mark the local observance
of Law Day-USA, which has for
its theme "Law-Bridge to Justice."
The theme emphasizes that the law
is a bridge for reaching social goals
and resolving grievances that cause
division in American society.
Members of the Canal Zone Bar
Association and the Federal Bar
Association during the week of
April 27 will visit Canal Zone junior
and senior high schools on both
sides of the Isthmnus and discuss the
concept of Law Day-USA in his-
tory, social studies, and American
institution classes.
Officials of the Canal Zone, the

U.S. Armed Forces, and the Amer-
ican Embassy will be guests at the
ceremonies, to which the public is
invited, at the Ancon District Court
and at the Cristobal Magistrate's
Court at 9 a.m.
Ambassador Robert M. Sayre,
American ambassador to Panama,
will be the main speaker at the
Ancon ceremonies. Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe, of the Ancon District
Court will open the ceremonies in
the courtroom and will give the
closing remarks. Miss Betty Olchin,
Vice President of the Canal Zone
Bar Association, will read the pro-
clamation for Law Day-USA issued
bv President Richard M. Nixon and
the proclamation issued byC Canal
Zone Gov. W. P. Leber will be read

by J. Patrick Conley, Deputy
Executive Secretary.
At the Cristobal ceremony, Capt.
Juan H. Torres, USARSO Assistant
and Military Judge assigned to the
Judge Advocate Office, will give
the main address. Judge Charles A.
Garcia, Magistrate, Magistrate's
Court, Cristobal, will preside over
the ceremony. The President's pro-
clamation will be read by Englebert
J. Berger, President of the Canal
Zone Bar Association, and the Gov-
ernor's proclamation will be read by
John HI. Diaz, Clerk of the Court-
The text of the Governor's pro-
clamation follows:
"The Congress of the United
States has designated the first day
(Continued on p. 4)

Those who have not must show a
special pass. Such passes will be
issued only to persons having valid
reason to be out in Panama during
the census.
A number of passes have been
made available to Canal Zone
authorities and will be issued at
the Balboa and Cristobal police
stations. They will be issued only
when there is a definite need for
the person to travel to Panama.
A small supply of passes will be
issued to Canal Zone Customs at
Tocumen Airport for use by Canal
Zone residents arriving on census
U.S. Southern Command has
directed its military and civilian
personnel living in the Canal Zone
to stay out of Panama between
6 a.m. and 7 p.m., Sunday, unless
they have a pass.
Civilian and military personnel
who reside in the Republic and are
scheduled for duty in the Canal
Zone on May 10 must report to their
nearest regional celisus office' in
Panama to be enumerated in ad-
vance. Regional offices will be open
for that purpose from May 6 through
May 9 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (See
box on page 4 for location of re-
gional offices and names of regional
inspectors.) To be entitled to ad-
vance enumeration, the applicant
must present a letter signed by his
supervisor as proof that he or she
must report for work on Sunday,
May 10.
Canal Zone employees who live
in Panama and use public transpor-
tation to travel to their place of
employment are urged to check
with operators in advance, as bus
service in the Republic is expected
to be sharply curtailed on May 10,
though some operators may have
their personnel enumerated in
Canal Zone police will be sta-
tioned at all intersections leading
into the Republic and will check all
vehicles entering Panama to insure
that the drivers and occupants have
passes or lapel tags before they are
allowed to proceed.
All Canal Zone personnel, mil-
itary and civilian living in tlhe
Republic, are warned that they must
stay home until the census taker has
called on them and has provided
them with the lapel tag that signi-
fies that they have ben en enumerated.
Ever one must be prepared to
answer a great variety of questions
ranging from what t\pe of plumbing
their place of residence is equipped
to questions about their income.
marital status, age, and the extent
(of their education.
Every man, woman, and child in
the Republic will be counted pro-
vided he or she Ihas slept on tlhe
premises on the night of May 9.
All those who were away from their
normal place of residence on the
night of May 9 by reason of their
em(pl)oym1ent-night watchlmen, doc-
tors, or any others \swho wsoiik a night
shift-also will Ibe included in the
cn Inlieration.
Panllmanianus living in the Canal
Zone, including live-in maids, are
being enumerated in the Canal Zone
and will not be counted again in
Panama unless they sleep in the
Republic on the night of May 9.


May 1, 1970

New members of the Isthmian Pacific Chapter of the
National Honor Society are shown in front of Balboa
High School following the tapping ceremony which
was held recently. They are, left to right, front row:
Catherine Hoyle, Dorothy Rendon, Debbie Austerman,
Laura McArthur, Aixa Miranda, Penny Burchfiel,
Joanna Arias, Gladys Cuevas, Marjorie Petersen, Anita
Woodard, and Ann Fifer. Second row, left to right:

S(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Captain Kangaroo
1:50-Parade of Sports
4:15-Pentagon Forum
4:45-Pro Bowler's Tour
6:00-Weekend '70
6:15-Movie Marquee
6:20-The Mike Douglas Show
7:35-Pacific Adventure
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hollywood Palace
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Third Man
9:30-Boxing From The Olympic
10:40-Focus On Today
11:05-Saturday Night Movie:
"Summer Storm"
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-The Answer
1:50-Sunday Playhouse:
"Deadly Game"
2:55-Danny Kaye Show
3:50-Auto Racing:
Riverside 1966
4:15-Swinging Country
4:35-Wrestling From The Olympic
5:05-Billiards-Tournament of
6:55-Mack & Myer For Hire
7:05-Daniel Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason

PC Society

In Florida

Plans Party

The annual 4th of July reunion
of the East Coast members of the
Panama Canal Society of Florida
will begin with a cocktail party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sal Ale-
guas, of 1525 Phyllis Drive, Merritt
Island, Friday, July 3, at 8:30 p.m.
It will be B.Y.O.B. and it would be
appreciated if everyone planning to
attend would send $1.50 to pay for
mixes, ice, and nibblers.
There will be lots of Lucho Azei-
rraga music, and the organizers plan
to have empanadas and seviche.
On the 4th of July, there will be
a picnic on Kiwanis Island, which is
located on the north side of S. R. 520
on the way to Cocoa Beach. The
picnic will begin at 11 a.m. and
everyone is invited to pack picnic
baskets and ice chests and join the
All former Canal Zone residents
are invited and it will be a good
opportunity to see old school
friends. There has been a great turn-
out at the last two reunions. Those
planning to attend should contact
either of the organizers: Sandra
Hughes Claflin, 285 Antigua Drive,
Merritt Island, Fla. 32952, or Jinjer
Reinhardt Jeffr'es, 1640 Pluto Street,
Merritt Island, Fla. 32952. If over-
night accommodations are needed,
the organizers will try to help.

Melinda Collins, Patricia Powell, Barbara Treadwell,
Karen Waggoner, Kathy Haungs, Marlene Fuller,
Vivian Puig, Mary Fontaine, Miriam Rodriguez, and
Karen Fleshman. Third row, left to right: Anthony
Dover, William Bloomberg, Mark Darden, Michael
Coman, Jack Nahem, and Steven Perez. Fourth row,
left to right: Edwin Murdock, Edward Wood, William
Ackerman, Michael Joffe, and Ronald Reed.

10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart
4:00--Ann Sothern
4:30-Afternoon with Sheriff
Tom's Town
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.) with
"A Lady Takes A Chance"
5:30-How To Stop Smoking
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-Armchair Theater:
"Clive of India"
10:40-Focus On Today
11:00-Ann Sothern
4:00-My Favorite Martian
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"A Lady Takes A Chance"
5:30-Battle Line
6:30-On Campus
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Defenders (Premiere)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-First Tuesday: Those Old
Cotton Fields Back Home
9:30-The Tonight Show
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-My Favorite Martian
4:00-Dennis Day Show
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"A Lady Takes A Chance"
5:30-U.S.A.C. Highlights of 1968
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Lieutenant
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-"Voice of Mercury"
9:20-Armchair Theater:
"A Lady Takes A Chance"
10:30-Focus On Today
10:50-Bob Cummings Show
4:00-The Buccaneers
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"A Lady Takes A Chance"
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Jim Nabors Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-How To Stop Smoking
9:30-The Dick Cavett Show
10:40-Focus On Today
4:00-Jim Bowie
4:30-"Sheriff Tom's Town"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"A Lady Takes A Chance"
5:30-Trails of Adventure:
"Canyon of the Ancient
6:30-Pentagon Forum
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Billy Walker's Country Carnival
7:30-Get Smart
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Tennessee Ernie Ford
8:30-Wanted, Dead or Alive
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Chad Nanna"
10:40-Focus On Today
11:00-Jim Bowie

New Honor Society Members

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"1 demand the last word," he
stormed at her.
"And you can have it," she
agreed. "Just apologize."

At The Movies

Week Beginning Saturday, May 2, 1970

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-The Learning Tree (A)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-Guns For San
Sebastian (AY)
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-The Green Berets (A)
Fri., 6:15, 8:20 p.m.-Enter Laughing

Sat.-The Bliss Of Mrs. Blossom (A)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-123
mins.)-Lancelot And Guinevere
Sun.-Mon.-Paint Your Wagon (A)
Tues.-Hotel (A)
Wed.-The Thrill Of It All (AY)
Thurs.-It Started With A Kiss (A)
Fri.-Sandy The Seal (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Kings Of
The Sun (AY)

Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Harem Holiday (AY)
Sun.-The Lost Man (A)
Tues.-It Started With A Kiss (A)
Wed.-Paint Your Wagon (A)
Fri.-The Thrill Of It All (AY)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Seven
Guns For The MacGregors (AY)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat.-The Thrill Of It All (AY)
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.
-Marlowe (A)
Tues.-Wed.-Duffy (A)
Thurs.-Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed
Fri.-A Time To Sing (AYC)

Sat.-Far From The Madding Crowd
Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Mon., 7:00 p.m.-
For Pete's Sake (AYC)
Tues.-Harem Holiday (AY)
Wed.-Flower Drum Song (AYC)
Thurs.--Alfred The Great (A)
Fri.-The Music Man (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The
Appaloosa (AY)

An estimated 800 million people
throughout the world are not able
to read or write, the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization pointed out recently.
A survey of 92 nations "presents a
disturbing picture" and shows that
despite widespread national literacy
campaigns, the number of illiterates
is rising, the organization said.

Sat.-Cimarron (AYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-127
mins.)-Merry Andrew (AYC)
Sun.-The Good Guys And The Bad
Guys (AY)
Tues.-Alfred The Great (A)
Thurs.-The Bliss Of Mrs. Blossom (A)
Fri.-Harem Holiday (AY)

Youths under the age of 17 will not
be admitted to movies classified as
adult unless they are high school
seniors or are accompanied by a parent
or legal guardian.

Special Matinees
(R), AYC or as Listed ***
Saturday, May 2, 1970
10:00 a.m.
Fury Of The Congo-Johnny Weissmuller:
Jungle Jim's strangest adventure, fight-
ing lions, leopards, and savage raiders.
(SIT.) T-65 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Monster Go Home-Fred Gwynne, Yvonne
De Carlo: America's TV family crosses
the ocean to inherit a manor full of
ghosts, (Technicolor.) (AYC.)
T-108 imins.
6:15 p.m.
Rio Bravo John Wayne, Dean Martin:
A rip-roaring adventure tale of a tough
town, and sheriff Chance who ran it the
way he wanted to. (Color.)
T-150 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Flight Of The Phoenix James Stewart:
A group of men forced down in the
desert. T-165 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Hold On-Herman's Hermits: Another
singing group for teenagers. (Color.)
T-92 mins.
2:00 p.m.
First Man Into Space-Marshall Thomp-
son, Maria Landi: Rocketed into the
unknown of outer space. T-83 mins.
*All 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
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

E&C Bureau Sets

New Safety Goal

Col. Charles R. Clark, Engineer- Warren H. Smith, Chief
ing and Construction Director, Panama Canal Safety Bran
announced at a recent staff meeting the group that the defini
a new and lower accident frequency safety is control of the act
goal to be met by the bureau during men and of the environs
1970 and gave a progress report on which they perform.
safety accomplishments up to date. He said that the Engineer
An accident frequency rate of not Construction Bureau is fo
more than 5 manhours lost per this formula much closer tha:
million is the goal of the 1970 safety past years and that the di
campaign, Colonel Clark told his concern for the welfare of
staff. The aggressive campaign car- ployees was being translate
tried on during the first quarter of w
fiscal year 1970 had reduced the positive action with i
accident frequency rate by 30 per-results.
cent compared to a similar period
in 1969.
The bureau, composed of 2,700
employees, completed in March .
1 full month without a disabling
The bureau director stressed the
responsibility of management in
developing safety awareness in the
employee. He said the key to the
bureau's new safety program is a
new approach by management to
the safety problems including the
preparation of a new safety manual, S '
visual aids and establishment of -
incentives through safety awards.
He told the staff members that
his policy is to reduce all accidents
and injuries in an all-out effort to
prevent pain and anguish to the
individual and his family. The
major goal of the bureau is to pre- Students of the Downing ]
vent human suffering from injuries School will present their
by doing everything possible to dancing recital for the be
prevent accidents, the Canal Zone United Fun
Cr .-tbl H1lirh School AuI

;nefit of
:d in the



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

Page 2

of the
:h, told
tion of
:ions of
lent in

ing and
n in the
the em-
ed into

at 7 p.m., May 2, and 2 p.m., May 3.
The program is entitled "Our Danc-
ing Calendar." Admission is 25 Cents
for students and 50 cents for adults.
Shown in the photo is Terri Over-
street, one of the leading ballerinas.

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 Governor
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Distributed free to all Panama
Canal employees. Subscription cost
for others (including mailing) $2.60 a
vear. Make checks payable to Panama
Canal Company and address to:
SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, C.Z.




David A. Feller
Pedro Gordon
Thomas W. Grimison
Winston F. Peart

Lewis W. Bateman
Richard H. Kinsey
Karl W. Shirley
Donald W. Wilson

Richard H. McConaughey
Kenneth F. Millard

Mildred M. Hause
David M. Hunt
Lenore C. Kerr
Ernesto Peugnet
Jos6 L. Remir
Ildefonso Rosas L.
David Scott

May 1, 1970


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Prepared for any contingency, Joseph Snow, Panama Canal Meteorologist,
measures the rainfall at the Balboa Heights weather station.

Joseph Snow Is Named

PanCanal Meteorologist

Joseph William Snow, the Pan-
ama Canal's new meteorologist, has
been on the Isthmus only 2 months
but already he has seen some pretty
unusual weather-everything but
snow, that is.
Snow comes from Maine where
there is plenty of the white stuff
and he doesn't care if he never sees
it again. He has been studying the
Isthmian weather since the past
February and from this year's

Youth Concerts

Are Scheduled

For June 3, 4, 5
The Young Sound will be fea-
tured at a series of youth concerts
to be held June 3, 4, and 5 on both
sides of the Isthmus under the spon-
sorship of the Canal Zone Youth
Eight musical combos, who have
become popular in the various com-
munities in the Canal Zone, will be
present to play their own particular
types of music.
Three of the combos come from
the Latin American communities,
four from the Pacific side and one
from the Atlantic side. Each will be
given about a Vz hour of concert
The concerts are scheduled for
June 3 at the Coco Solo Theater;
June 4 at Paraiso; and June 5 at
the Balboa Theater beginning at
7:30 p.m. and continuing to mid-
night. Tickets can be purchased
from any member of the Youth
Council at $1 each.
Members of the Youth Council
also will be responsible for the
advertising, and the production of
the concerts as well as the advance
ticket sales. But both adult and
youth volunteers are needed to
make the concerts a success.
Those interested in taking part
in the project can call the Youth
Council Center at Balboa 3212.

Only a Da
lawful society
can build a USA
better society MAY 1

events he doesn't believe there is a
dry season-despite the 57-year-old
weather records kept at Balboa
There were 2 weeks of definitely
wet weather in March-traditionally
the driest month of the year on the
Isthmus, and last week the wet
season was ushered in 2 weeks early
with one of the most disastrous
floods in the history of Panama.
Nothing that happens during the
rest of the year will surprise him.
Snow got into the weather busi-
ness more or less by accident after
he was graduated from Boston Col-
lege where he majored in physics.
He joined the U.S. Air Force and
was introduced to the science of
meteorology at the University of
Utah. After completing his studies
in 1964, he was sent to France for
2 years to serve as a meteorologist
on the staff of SHAPE in the town
of Versailles. He then spent 6
months in Germany doing the same
type of work and was later re-
assigned to Utah. When he went to
the University of Miami later he
was exposed to tropical meteorology
and decided the best way to study
it was to live in it.
Before coming to the Isthmus he
was in Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Islands where he was involved in
an experimental cloud seeding pro-
ject sponsored by the National
Science Foundation.
He recently attended a national
conference on weather modification
in the United States during which
fog and rainfall management were
the main topics. Both are problems
on the Isthmus.

The student body of Florida State
University will sponsor an ecology
teach-in at the FSU auditorium,
Building 808, Albrook AFB, May 1,
from 7 to 9 p.m.
Speakers at the teach-in are Dr.
Edwin Tyson, Dr. Theodore Corin,
Richard Koster, Dr. Victor Slater,
Maj. Herbert Heady, Dr. Ira Rubi-
noff, Dr. Lyndon Ginett, and Dr.
John Slater. They will discuss such
subjects as psychology, sociology,
education, humanities, and biology.
Official ecology teach-ins were
held in the United States, April 22.
The public is invited to attend
the teach-in.

Line Throwers

Will Compete

Today at Gatun
Esteban Cafiizales, boatman from
Pedro Miguel Locks, who shattered
every existing record last year by
placing first in all three events of
the annual Locks Division Line
Throwing Contest, will represent
Pedro Miguel again this year at the
events to be held at Gatun at noon
Also representing Pedro Miguel
will be Melhado Smith, another
boatman, who won the contest 3
years in a row.
Other contestants who were
chosen during elimination contests
held during the past 2 weeks are
Sotero Ortega, lineman from Mira-
flores; Juan Garz6n, boatman from
Miraflores and third place winner
last year; Wilfred Anderson, line-
handler from Gatun; and Octavio
Johnson, Gatun linehandler, who
took second place in the contest last
The fifteenth annual Line Throw-
ing Contest is scheduled for noon
in the presence of a large group of
Panama Canal Marine Bureau and
Locks Division officials as well as
friends, relatives, and other specta-
tors who find the traditional line
throwing contest one of the big
events of the year.
The contest, held at Pedro Miguel
one year and Gatun the other, is
sponsored by the Locks Division and
the Locks Safety Unit. Individual
trophies are given to the first, sec-
ond, and third place winners by the
Locks Division and the name of the
first place winner is placed on a
plaque to be displayed during the
year at the locks where the winner
is employed.

He was handsome, he was young,
he was rich. Unfortunately, he was
Off he went to the hospital where
a beautiful nurse found out that her
handsome young patient was rich.
"Pull this cord when you want
anything," she told him. "It's
attached to me."

I ~
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4 ~ 4

Ernest (Buck) Krueger, machinist leader and diver, shown with fender he
located and rigged for removal from Miraflores Locks.

Canal Floor Yields Wide

Assortment of Debris

Everything but the kitchen sink.
Or so it would seem to the Locks
Division on some days.
Despite warnings about dumping
trash and garbage into the Canal,
things continue to turn up or sink
down as the case might be.
One night last week, Ernest M.
Krueger, a locks machinist leader
and diver, was called to locate and
rig for removal an obstruction that
prevented gate No. 123 at Mira-
flores Locks from closing.
He came up with a large rope
fender of the type used on tugs.
The fender had sunk to the sill of
gate 123 and jammed the works
when machinery was started to
close the gate.
The wayward fender held up
traffic in the west lane of Miraflores
Locks for an hour and 47 minutes.
Not all the debris found in the
locks causes delay to shipping or
makes necessary the closing of a
locks' lane although there may be
some scurrying around.
When a boy rode his bicycle off
the vehicle crossing into the north
chamber of Gatun Locks there was
a brief moment of excitement. But
U.S. Army personnel following in
a jeep quickly rescued the boy from

Off to Australia
f to

Scott Jon Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Williams of Balboa, has
left the Isthmus by air for Australia where he will participate in the Fifth
World Surfboard Championships to be held in Victoria beginning May 2.
Williams, a 1966 graduate of Balboa High School, attended Canal Zone
College and is well known in surfing circles on the Isthmus. Greg Bryant
of Corozal will go along to Australia with Williams but will not take part
in the championships. Williams' father is Chief, Southern Sanitation Area.

the water and Panama Canal divers
later retrieved the bicycle.
Some other common pieces of
debris found in the Canal locks
chambers from time to time are
pieces of keel which somehow break
off from the bigger Canal customers
when they pass through the locks.
A log floated through Gatun
Locks earlier this month. Its pre-
sence was attributed to the heavy
rains in the mountains above Gatun
Lake. But none could explain how
a large rock once found its way
into the middle of a locks chamber.

gV0oli ZTopic3

The menu for the May 3 Sunday
Brunch at the Tivoli Guest House
will include: assorted fruit and juice
trays, rolled hot cakes with fruit
filling, French toast with syrup,
roast beef hash with eggs, grilled
ham, grilled bacon, assorted dry
cereals, buttered toast, cinnamon
toast, jam, jelly, popovers, assorted
coffee, tea, or milk.
Brunch is served in the Roose-
velt Room from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Prices are $1.75 for adults and
$1.25 for children.
The Tivoli Guest House invites
you to attend it's Monday Night
Buffet on May 4, which is Italian
The menu is: chicken cacciatori
with spaghetti, spaghetti with meat
sauce, Italian salad, garlic bread,
relish tray, assorted pastries, bever-
Call 2-2111 to make reservations
for any one of our three convenient
seatings: 5:30, 6:30, or 7:30 p.m.
Adults $1.65, children $1.10.
The Tivoli will serve a Mother's
Day Buffet Sunday, May 10.
The menu will feature: steamship
roast, baked ham, seafood ther-
midor with yellow rice, mashed
potatoes, string beans, macaroni
salad, fresh fruit tray, fresh vege-
table relish, canned vegetable relish,
potato salad, platter of sliced salami,
tossed salad with dressing, cole
slaw, chicken salad, cheese tray, hot
rolls and butter, peach chiffon pie,
fresh apple pie, assorted pastries,
sherbet, and choice of beverage.
The seating hours are from 6 to
6:15 and 8 to 8:30 p.m. Prices are
$3.25 for adults and $2 for children.

Page 3


May 1, 1970

Law Day Observances

(Continued from p. 1)

of May of each year as LAW DAY-
USA. The President of the United
States has called by proclamation
upon our people to observe the day
with suitable programs and cere-
"Law Day provides us with a
special opportunity to recognize the
importance of law to the American
people. For nearly two centuries,
the law has served our Nation and
provided the structure that has en-
abled the United States to adapt to
the constantly changing needs of
a rapidly growing nation without
the sacrifice of individual freedoms
or democratic institutions.
"Appropriately, the 1970 Law
Day theme 'Law-Bridge to Justice'
reminds us that the reliance upon
lawful processes is essential to the
achievement of better and more
perfect society. It further reminds
us that justice for all is the goal

toward which our system of law is
dedicated. It is the duty of every
citizen to acknowledge and recog-
nize his obligation to obey and
support the law, and to join in the
efforts to improve the quality of life
through law.
LEBER, Governor of the Canal
Zone, do hereby proclaim, Friday,
May 1, 1970, as Law Day through-
out the Canal Zone and call upon
the entire Canal Zone community
to join with the schools, the
churches, the judiciary, members of
the legal profession, and law en-
forcement officials in the proper
observance of the day.
have herewith set my hand and
caused the seal of the Canal Zone
to be affixed at Balboa Heights this
24th day of April in the year nine-
teen hundred and seventy.


Canal Zone SPCA

Open House Planned

The Canal Zone SPCA will hold
open house during the observance
of the 56th annual "Be Kind To
Animals Week" from May 3 to
May 9. Open house at the Small
Animal Hospital at Corozal will be
from 3 to 5 p.m. in the afternoons
and from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Tues-
day and Thursday.
Animal lovers are invited to the
open house to see what the SPCA
does with stray and abandoned
Canned milk and canned dog or
cat food would be greatly appreci-
ated as there is a large number of
baby kittens and cats and dogs at
the animal facility.


In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin

Base Rate
Accountant, NM-5/9 --- ----$7,155.20/$9,464.00
Accounting Clerk (Typing), NM-5 ------$6,011.20
Accounts Maintenance Clerk, NM-5 ------------.$6,011.20
Armature Winder, M-11l --- -- -$3.36
Auditor, NM-5/11 ---- -$7,856.00/$11,905.00
Clerk, NM-4 (Intermittent) -- ---- $2.60
Clerk-Typist, NM-41 __ -- -- $5,408.00
Clinical Nurse, NM-5/7 ---- -$6,760.00/$7,592.00
Electrical Engineer (General), NM-11 --- $13,493.00
Electrician (Lineman), M-11 --- ---- $3.36
Electronic Engineer (General), NM-9/11 -- $10,566.40/$12,001.60
Employee Relations Specialist, NM-5/11 (Knowledge of Spanish
required) ------ $6,011.20/$10,608.00
Engineering Technician (Oil Pollution Control Assistant), NM-5/9
(Swimming Ability Required) --- $6,011.20/$8,881.60
Field Tractor Operator, M-6 -------- -- $1.63
File Clerk, NM-4 ------------ $5,408.00
General Engineer, NM-9/12 ---$10,566.40/$12,958.40
General Engineer, NM-11_ -----$12,001.60
General Engineer (Estimates), NM-11 --- --- $12,001.60
General Engineer (Oil Pollution Control Officer), NM-12
(Knowledges in Mechanic, Civil, Chemical, and Petroleum
Engineering) ---- -$12,958.40
Graduate Intern (Business Administration),
NM-5/7 _--------$6,011.20/$6,656.00
Guard, NM-3 (Intermittent) ------ $1.89
Guard, NM-3 -------- $3,931.20
Helper (General), M-5 ------ $1.59
Histopathology Technician, NM-4 -- --- $5,408.00
Instrument Mechanic (Electrical), M-12 ----- $3.46
Laborer, M-2 -------- $1.48
Laborer (Cleaner), M-1 __ --------$1.45
Library Aid, NM-2 (Intermittent) --- --$1.53
Library Aid, NM-2 (Part-Time NTE 30 Hours Week) $1.53
Maintenanceman, M-8 (Bilingual) ----- $1.93
Maintenanceman, M-8 __ --------$1.93
Plumber, M-1l -------- $3.36
Psychiatric Nurse, NM-7/9 .---- $7,592.00/$9,172.80
Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Mechanic, M-1 --1 $3.36
Safety Officer, NM-9 ----- --$8,881.60
Shift Engineer (Mechanical), PB-7 ---- $3.98
Supervisory Sanitary Engineer (Superintendent, Miraflores
Filtration Plant), NM-1 __ ___---- ---$13,493.00
Training Instructor (General), NM-11 -- --- $10,608.00
Card Punch Operator, NM-3 1 (NTE 1 Year) ---$3,931.20
Civil Engineer, NM-5 (NTE 1 Year) ----$7,716.80
Clerk-Typist, NM-3/4 1 (NTE 3-31-71)__ $3,931.20/$5,408.00
Dietitian, NM-8 (NTE 5-31-71) -----$8,112.00
Surveying Technician, NM-5 (NTE 1 year) ---- $6,011.20
Truckdriver, M-6 (NTE 1 Year) -----$1.63

Bureau or ca-
Division tion
Comptroller P
Maintenance P
Terminals A
Electrical P
Comptroller P
Adm. Services P
Coco Solo Hos A
Gorgas Hos P
Electrical P
Electrical P
Electrical P

Personnel A

Marine Dir. Off A
Grounds Maint A
Adm. Services P
Locks P
Locks P
Engineering P

Marine Dir. Off P

Supply P
Industrial A
Supply A
Railroad P
Gorgas Hos P
Electrical P
Grounds Maint A
Supply A
Library P
Library P
Dredging G
Supply A
Maintenance P
Mental H. C. P
Maintenance A
Maintenance P
Electrical P

Water & Lab. P
Personnel A

Comptroller P
Engineering P
Coco Solo Hos A
Coco Solo Hos A
Engineering P
Dredging G

Application must be submitted on Form 433, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER. A separate appli-
cation must be submitted for each job listed. When applying for more than one position, indi-
cate 1st choice, 2d choice, etc. New listings are shown in boldface type. The base rates shown
will be increased for U.S. citizens by the appropriate differential plus a tax factor where appli-
cable. 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.

Region Regional Inspector
Colon Dania Melendez Old Banco de Cr6dito Popular. Bolivar Ave., No. 6080, Colon, telephone 7-1494

Juan Diaz
San Miguelito

Pueblo Nuevo

Rio Abajo

Parque Lefevre
Bella Vista
San Francisco
Santa Ana

Multiple dwellings,
Panama district

Ricaurte Tapia
Maria del Salerno
Enrique Garcia Vega

Virginia de Alvarado
Orlando Rahman

Everardo B6rtoli

Zaida Saavedra
Rosa G. de Ruiz
Viodelda Ruiz
Javier Nieto
Berta A. Brown

Maria T. de De Le6n
Rosa E. de De la Cruz

Jos6 E. Diaz
Amilcar Herrera

Chamber of Commerce Building).
"Ernesto T. Lefevre" Elementary School,
Community Center, Alcaldediaz.

Juan Diaz, telephone 66-0316.

APLAFA Office, San Miguelito. At entrance of Paraiso, Apartment building where the
Magistrates' Court (Corregiduria) is located. Telephone 24-7780.
Fe y Alegria School, Calle Domingo Diaz, in front of the church (Ingenio area).
Pueblo Nuevo Community Center. Via Fernandez de C6rdoba, in back of the Magis-
trates' Court (Corregiduria), Pueblo Nuevo.
Magistrates' Court (Corregiduria), Jose Agustin Arango Avenue and 6th St., Rio Abajo.
Telephone 24-9666.
Jose Dolores Moscote School, 16th St., Parque Lefevre.
Office of the Census-Perl Ave. and 36th St. Telephone 25-4612.
Magistrates' Court (Corregiduria), 3d Ave., 97th St., San Francisco (Post Office building).
Repiiblica de Chile School Library, Peru Ave., 32d St. Telephone 25-1225.
IPADER office, first floor Sears Building, Central Avenue. Telephones 62-5093, 62-2422,
extension 87.
Repilblica de M6xico School, B Ave. and 8th St., January 2 Plaza. Telephone 22-6916.
Population and Housing Section, Statistics and Census Office, Via Espafia No. 1 (Pacifico
Building, 2d floor). Telephone 23-6893.
Municipal Council meeting place Chorrera. Telephone 3-3238.
Municipal Council meeting place Arraijan.

30-, 40-Year Awards

(Continued from p. 1)
Philip P. Daniel, Almoda Robinson.
Nathaniel A. Adams, Walter N. Babb,
Jones Benjamin, Leroy A. Cooper, Jocelyn
DeCosta, Charles Edwards, Clarence A.
Hope, Daniel E. Nicholas, James B. Rod-
ney, Clyde A. Sealey, Joseph C. Stair,
Richard Stephens B., Alfred C. Williams.
Kenneth A. Brathwaite, Eathon G. D.
Bruce, Rosan R. Trowers, Alexander W.
Ronald A. Archbold, Emmanuel A.
Burton, William B. Davis, V. Delrozario,
Lawrence D. Duncan, Charles M. Inniss,
George A. Jones, Omer N. Laval, Leonard
V. McLeod, James R. Shurland, Irwin S.
Small, Benito E. Sykes, Sidney J. Tivey.
Norman A. Blades, George O. Haynes,
Bernard D. Headley, Alexander A. Holder,
Edward L. Inniss, George Kirton, Cuth-
bert C. Rowe, Joshua O. Sayles, William
A. Thorns, George Thorbourne, Kenneth
H. Weeks, Rupert L. Yard.
Simon J. Bryce, Clyde W. Carew, Leroy
Chaplin, Percival A. Jordan, Adolphus E.
Mapp, Webster F Marshall, Arthur H.
Lionel D. Best, C. N. Brathwaite, Mat-
thew M. Kelly, Leonard A. Johns, Wilfred
A. Pond.
Arthur Baptist, Jesse Y. Bunker, Alfred
C. Bushell, Emily E. Butcher, Auvie H.
Byrd, Irvin Clarke, William J. Cronan,
Joseph N. French, Alfonso C. Greaves,
Edward S. Greaves, Frederick XV. Holm-
berg, Lealand A. Larrison, Carl F. Maedl,
Oscar A. Murrell, Thomas Richards, James
L. Phillips, Richard W. Stoudnor.
Charles E. Belden, Arch D. Bishop,
McDonald Brathwaite, Hugh W. Cassibrv,
Claudius A. Jordan, B. D. Licorish, Wil-
liam B. Lloyd, Cecil 0. Maughn, Egen
W. Mike, Iarold Miller, John Montanye,
George H. Moore, Andrew C. Nagy, Stuart
Julian E. Albert, Ellis B. Alleyne, Per-
cival Archer, Eulalio Arias, Carlyle S.
Babb, Carlos M. Badiola, Victor E.
Bailey, Harry T. Barber, Kelvin S. Barnett,
Edgar Beckford, Gladstone C. Bellamy,
Livingston C. Best, Ignacio Betancourt,
Morty K. Blanchard, Enrique Borb6a,
Henry Bradfield, Donald G. Brewster,
Arnold L. Brown, Charles G. Brown, Gil-
berto Budil, Richard T. Burns, Ulrick D.
Bynoe, Jos6 D. Calame, Robert C. Calvit,
Wallace Cameron, Hilario L. Campo,
Louis H. Charles, George M. Clarke,
Leslie B. Clarke, Gladstone A. Cooper,
Clifford E. Cox, Edward G. Coyle.
Harold M. Cummings, Jeff LDanvers,
Alcibiades DeLeon, P. M. Disharoon, Jr.,

Nathaniel S. Douglas, Ralph J. Dugas,
illiam E. Dyar, Pedro Estrada, Joseph
M. Evelyn, David S. Facey, Hugh A.
Fletcher, John H. Flynn, Clarence H.
Fonseca, Augustus C. George, Joseph
Gerald, Lee R1. Gittens, .i. ',ra-
ham G., Wilmoth A. Gree. ,11. .... A.
Greenidge, Darnley Griffith, Stephen R.
Gordon, Harris W. Hardy, C. E. Hay-
wood, Kenneth Haughton, Robert C.
4-orrinefon Nashbert Holmes, Charles S.
- i. i .. M. Howe, Etbelbert Howell,
Joseph A. Husband, Alfred Hylton, Da-
goberto Illueca, Leonard A. Jackson, John
E. Jennison, Herbert Johnson, Hubert
Johnson, Cleveland A. Jordan, John L.
Joshua, Edward E. Kennerd, Phillip IH.
King, Joseph M. Lavalas, Gilberto Llere-
na, James D. Maloney, David A. Mann-
ings, Norbert H. Marquis, Arcadio M.
Matamoros, Goldburn P. Maynard, Mar-
tin L. McNaughton, Robert R. McCoy,
Edmund R. McVittie, Jose M6ndez, Eus-
torio Morales, Manuel Moreno, Augustine
F. Morgan, David J. Morgan, George A.
Morgan, James Morgan, Ralph V. Morris,
Earl E. Mullins, Arthur A. Nedrick, Dc-
metrio Olmedo R., Walter G. Nicholls,
Clifton A. Nurse, Jos6 D. Ortiz, Alva L.
Osavio, Edwin N. Perryman, Vicente Pi-
nillo, Richard R. Potter, Stanley 1. Price,
Juan B. Quintana R., Arthur N. Rice,
Rudolph A. Richards, Stephen H. Roach,
Fernando Robinson, Jose N. Rodriguez,
Vicente Rosales, Adolfo M. Ruiz, Anel I.
Ruiz, Lovestan F. Samuel, Clifford 0.
Samuels, A. F. Scantlebmuv, Percival A.
Shan, Hopeton W. Simms, Charles B.
Springer, Louis E. Sprauve, Gordon O.
Small, Louis G. Small, Javan E. Smith,
Lahunte R. Straker, David Tait, James
H. L. Thomas, F. C. Treleaven, Arthur
W. Trottman, Cleveland J. Trowers, Ra-
fael Valdes, Elias Valdiviczo, Federico
A. Valencia, C-erro Varsier, Jnroir 1
Vejas, Lloyd W. .I Herbert A. ..,I.
Harold G. Walkes, Fil6s H. Ward, Peter
A. Warner, Benjamin J. Waterman,
George N. Watson, Joseph F. Watson,
Edward K. W\ilburn, M. A. Wilkinson,
Everist A. Williams, Gerald Wilson,
Vivian E. \Wilson, William A. Wood.
Alfredo Archibald, Lesep L. Barrett,
Lillith N. Blackwood, Charles Ieath,
Louise L. Knight, Victor Knight, Viviana
N. Martin, Clifton C. Nolan, Jos6 Orte-
ga R., Clifford Pierre, Jose M. Santima-
teo, Csynthia S. Soberanis, Hubert E.
Thompson, Norman Walker.

Marcell Aldegon, Kasper G. Alleyne,
Fillmore Archibaldo, Edgar F. Bascombe,
Vincent S. Belgrave, Manuel E. Benitez,
Joseph E. Best, Simon P. Blackburn, Amos
N. Blades, Alfred C. Blackman, George
J. Booth C., John A. Bowen, Darlington
L. Bullen, Claude E. Burgess, Nevel O.
Burnett, Morris Campbell, Pedro Caiiate,
Henry E. Charles, Grennett R. Cooper,
Ruben G. Cox, Jos6 A. Cristhbal, Ralph
Curles, Luther Davis, Horace A. Elvy,
Cleveland A. Dennis, Jay A. Elliott, Gil-
berto Escobar, Lionel L. Ewing, George
T. Fitzgerald, Joseph Foster, Agustin C.
Gibbs, Lloyd A. Gilkes, Alphonso Good-
ing, Luther V. Gordon, Marcelino F.
Gournct, \William Hall, Rufrence IHem-
mings, Erick H. Henry, Joseph L. Hickey,
Truman 11. Ioenke, Raymond W. Hooker,
Luther Hurley, Jobino Hurtado, Clement
Jackson, Altredo Jemmott, Victor John-
son, Arnold Jones, James A. Jones, Joseph
Jones, Ftlix A. Julienne, William HI.
Keller, Jr., Ianiel P. Kiley, Paul A.
Kunkel, Vincent C. Lashley, Lloyd G.

Lessey, Carlos L6pez, Oreste Madrigal,
Juan Magiln, Garfield Mayers, Angel
Maza R., C. V. McPherson, Bonifacio
Mece, John F. Meehan, Edwin D. Mil-
wood, Ralph A. Morales, Clifford A.
Nurse, Rufus C. O'Neal, lub6n A. Pad-
more, Casimiro Palacios, Cuthlert Pari-
lion, Oliver G. Paterson, Fitz G. Perrott,
James E. Pomare, Seymour A. Price,
Ernest B. Rainier, Reginald P. Ramsey,
Vincent D. Ridge, Jos6 F. Robinson, Do-
mingo P. 1.:.... Zephaniah C. Rowe,
Alfonso I ,r. Virgilio Sainchez, Flo-
rencio Santizo, Aubrey 1R. Sealey, Iltrcu-
les E. Searles, Maneul E. Serrano, Leo-
poldo Shepherd, Alvah W. Simpson, Oc-
taviano Sincler, Douglas S. Smith, George
L. Smith, Clarence S. Spence, Leon H.
Thompson, Lodge W. Waterman, Andrew
E. Watson, Francis E. Westley, Earl W.
Harold Gibbs.
Rathburn A. Springer.
Robert J. Byrne.
Felipe Aguilar, Castell D. Alleyne,
Rostron A. Alleyne. Clarence C. Bailey,
Mack P. Amon, Joseph Bailcy, Alfred A.
Barnett, Arthur L. Betty, Kenneth O.
Blaekman, Charles H. Blades, Arthur H.
Boy A, Cuthbert C. Butcher, Josephine
Bravo. Clarence N. Brin Y., Randolph J.
Bryant, Francis A. Cadogan, Henry M.
Catherwood, Walter E. Clarke, Ernesto
H. Correa, Ernesto L. Fields, Conrad E.
Frederick, l)avid H. Gayle, Felton L.
Gill, Ted O. Gill, Edward C. Gittens,
Marcus A. Grannum, Fitz H. Grant, Jos6
Grant, Alfonso Green. Evadney 0. Green,
Nephi 0. Hlarding, Orton lHarding, Sea-
bert Haynes, IDavid A. Hl6ctor, Enid IIH.
Henry, Percival U. Johnsnn, Winston S.
Johnson, Sydney E. Jones, Eduardo C.
King, Lovell L. T 1_. i Elmer M.
Leslie, John K. I I. .1,..,,, II. Mar-
shall, Nehemiah Moodie, Benito Ortiz,
Simeon Pinnock, Clifford C. Reid, Edward
Rodvin, Victor Salazar, Alfred A. Shoy,
Rupert A. Shoy, Cecil G. Springer, Samuel
C. Squires, George M. Standard, John
H. Stevens, Walter G. Thorne.
Ashland M. Anthony, Philmore M.
Alexis, Percival A. Appleton, Fitzsthephen
B. Best, George A. Black, Jr., Canon S.
Brathwaite, Donald B. Brayton, Cecil St.
O. Brown, Fitz Charles, Canute S. Cock-
burn, Clbert E. )Daniels, Vivian S.
Deane, Lorenzo De Gracia, Reynolds M.
Dixon, Rulhn EI. Douglas, Joseph Drakes,
Eugene P. Earle, Ierman G. Edwards,
Albert Elliott, John F. Frensley, Jr., Faus-
tino Garrido, Daniel E. Gerald, Harold
A. Goodrich, Ashby Graham, Ignacio M.
Grant, Gornett I. lHartley, Fitzherbert
Heath, Peter Hennis, Eustace A. Holmes,
Eliot Howell, William B. Huff, Frederick
A. Jordan, George Lavne, C. A. Leslie,
Theodore A. Lewis, Maurice A. Long,
Vincent E. Lowe, Henry D. Luscap,
Dunstan C. McCourty, Manuel J. Munioz,
Sylvester L. Morgan, Vicente Nelson,
Donald C. 'arker, Herman Providence,
Robert HI. Rathgeber, Cornelio Raven,
Ivor A. Recce, Joshua E. Robinson, Ben-
jamin B. Soley, Clifford E. Ross, Aaron
N. Sp)ading, Conrad A. Williams, lodolfo
Z. WVilson.

Page 4

A Special Service Award for per-
forming an act of alertness and ex-
pertise above and beyond the nor-
mal duties of a tugboat captain is
presented Capt. Charles R. Stevens,
master of the tug "Culebra" by Carl
J. Browne, Deputy Engineering and
Construction Director. Also present
is Walter W. Fade, center, Chief of
the Dredging Division and Victor
C. Melant, Chief of the Logistical
Support Branch of the Dredging Di-
vision. The award, which includes a
check for $250, was given Captain
Stevens for his part in rendering
assistance to the cargo ship "Plate-
master" which hit the bank of Gail-
lard Cut, March 4, while on a north-
bound transit. He alerted the Dredg-
ing Division Field Office of the acci-
dent and was along side the ship
aboard the tug "Culebra" to assist
the ship in getting out of the Cut
and moored in the channel.



Vol. VIII, No. 46 MAds de 55 Aiois al Scrvicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 1 de Mayo de 1970


Recibieron Premios 457

Empleados del Canal .-. .
E~~-~2r~ 'C~#RBLc~. rP~tr~:~A-

Cuatrocientos cincucnta y site
emplcados del Canal de Panaml, de
ambos lados del Istmo, el mayor
nulmero en la historic de la empre-
sa del Canal, que fucron honrados
en una ceremonia annual de pre-
mios por anos de servicio, se reu-
nieron en el Teatro de Balboa la
semana pasada para recibir recono-
cimiento por haber completado 30
y 40 anos de servicio con la organi-
Cincnenta y tires empleados que
tienen 40 o mais aieos de servicio con
el Canal, y 404 que tienen 30 o mis
anos de servicio a su cr6dito, reci-
bieron premios por servicios pro-
longados de manos del Gobernador

Concierto Juvenil

Habra en Paraiso

Pasado M Hanaa
Los j6venes de la Iglesia Bautista
de Balboa Heights, ofrecerin un
concerto de musica popular moder-
na, el domingo a las 4:30 p.m., en
el Gimnasio de Paraiso. Este acto
serA patrocinado por el Consejo
Civico de la poblaci6n.
El concerto senr tanto instru-
mental como vocal y la ejecuci6n
de temas cristianos al estilo de la
juventud de hoy dia seri muy del
agrado de los asistentes.
Este grupo juvenile ha tenido ya
magnificas presentaciones en Pana-
ma y la Zona del Canal y luego de
su presentaci6n en Paraiso, viaja-
rin al Ecuador a done han sido
invitados para presentarse durante
3 dias consecutivos.
A su regreso al Istmo, se presen-
tarin en Rainbow City el 15 de
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

W. P. Leber. Los jefes de direcci6n
entregaron los distintivos de servicio
a los empleados.
El Gobernador agradeci6 a los
empleados por sus muchos anos de
servicio leal y consagrado al Canal
y les dijo que debido a sus esfuerzos
una gran parte de la historic del
Canal. habia side escrita y se habian
hecho grandes progress. Destac6
que hace 40 aieos el Canal tenia 16
afios de edad y que 66.270 barcos
lo habian transitado desde su inau-
guraci6n. "El mes pasado", dijo el
Gobernador, "el nlimero total de
trinsitos habia llegado a 430.093, lo
que significa que los empleados con
40 anos de servicio han ayudado
a efectuar casi el 85 per ciento del
trtifico que ha pasado por el Canal".
El Cobernador Leber tambien re-
cord6 a los empleados que muchas
mejoras importantes, tales come la
Represa Madden, fucron realizadas
para estar a nivel con el creciente
Refiriendose a los empleados con
30 afios de servicio, el Gobernador
Leber recalc6 (ue su iniciacion en
cl Canal fue durante ticmpos turbu-
lentos. La II Guerra Mundial habia
estallado en Europa y estaban su-
cediendo cosas en todas parties.
Mencion6 los planes para el tercer
juego de esclusas y c6mo el Canal
era operado en base de urgencia y
c6no continuaba operando con gran
eficiencia a pesar de las medidas de
Ademis del aumento en el trAfico
del Canal durante los iltimos 30
arios, el Gobernador mencion6 va-
rias mejoras en el Canal, tales como
el proyecto de ensanche del Corte,
las luces en el Canal, los programs
de adiestramiento y otras innovacio-
nes que han permitido al Canal ma-
nejar mais trafico que lo que nadie
jams pens6 que manejaria.
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

J. W. Snow es el Nuevo

Meteor6logo del
Joseph William Snow (Snow sig- mania haci
nifica nieve), el nuevo meteor6logo trabajo y l
del Canal de PanamA (foto en la mente a U
secci6n inglesa), tiene s6lo 2 meses de Miami
de estar en el Istmo, pero ya ha con la mete
visto bastante, en lo que se refiere di6 que la
al clima; bastante, pero no nieve. diarla era v
Snow naci6 en Maine, donde hay Antes de
bastante nieve, por lo que a 61i no en Puerto
le importa si no la vuelve a ver. genes, doni
Desde el pasado febrero estA estu- rimento de
diando el clima de PanamA y, por trocinado p
lo que ha visto, no cree que aqui fiea Nacion
haya una estacion seca-a pesar de Recientec
que lo comprueban los registros que ferencia nac
durante 57 aoies se han Ilevado en meteorol6g
Balboa Heights. dos, durann
Hubo 2 semanas de una estaci6n cipal fue e
lluviosa bien definida durante mar- la luvia. A
zo, que tradicionalmente es el mes problems
mas seco del afio, y la semana pa-
sada entr6 la estacion lluviosa, con
2 semanas de anticipaci6n, trayendo
las inundaciones mais desastrosas de
toda la historic de Panami. Ya nada La Asoc
de lo que pase durante este afio Muerte de
le sorprendera. PanamA ef(

Snow entr6 en el campo de la me-
teorologia mas o menos por acciden-
te, dcspu0s que se gradu6 en el
Boston College con un titulo uni-
versitario en fisica. Entr6 a la
Fuerza A6rea de Estados Unidos e
hizo su introducci6n en la ciencia
de la metcorologia en la Universi-
dad de Utah. ILuego de complctar
sus studios en 1964, fue enviadot
a Francia por 2 aieos a servir come
meteor6logo en el personal de
SHAPE en la poblaci6n de Versa-
lies. PasO entonces 6 meses en Ale-

iendo el mismo tipo de
uego fue enviado nueva-
Itah. En la Universidad
empez6 a relacionarse
:orologia tropical y deci-
mejor manera de estu-
'ivir en el tr6pico.
e venir al Istmo, estuvo
Rico y en las Islas Vir-
de particip6 en tin expe-
siembra de nubes, pa-
por la Fundaci6n Cienti-
mente asisti6 a una con-
iional sobre modificaci6n
ica en los Estados Uni-
te la cual el tema prin-
1 control de la niebla y
Ambas cosas constituyen
en el Istmo.

iaci6n de Beneficios por
Empleados del Canal de
ectuarn su reuni6n annual

el domingo 3 de mayo de 1970, a
las 9:30 a.m. en sus oficinas situadas
en el Edificio N9 1916 en Camp
Bierd, Zona del Canal.
Senr una reunion combinada para
todos los miembros en uni6n con la
junta directive. El orden del dia
include el Informe de Auditoria para
el afo 1969.
El Secretario General de la Aso-
ciaci6n de Beneficios per Muerte de
Empleados del Canal de PanamiA,
George X. Louis, solicit a todos
puntual asistencia.

Vicente A. Smith recibe un Premio por Sugerencia de levantar boyas para su uso en la lancha "Juan Grande".
Empleados ($25) de manes de Carl J. Browne, Director Observan el Jefe de la Divisi6n de Dragado, Walter W.
Ayudante de Ingenieria y Construcci6n, tercero de la Fade, segundo de la derecha, y compafieros de trabajo
derecha, por sugerir la construcci6n de un aguil6n para de Smith en la Divisi6n de Dragado.

Consejo Juvenil

Auspiciara Unos

Conciertos Aqui
El Sonido Juvenil serA dcstacado
en una series de concertos juveniles
que se celebrarin el 3, 4 y 5 de
junio en ambos lados del Istmo aus-
piciados por el Consejo Juvenil de
la Zona del Canal.
Ocho combos musicales, que se
han hecho populares en varias co-
munidades de la Zona del Canal,
estarAin presents para tocar su
propio tipo particular de mrisica.
Tres de los combos proceden ide
las comunidades latinoamericanas,
cuatro del sector Pacifico y uno del
sector AtlAntico. Cada uno ofrecerA
come 1 hora de concerto.
Los concertos estAn scfialados
para el 3 de junior en el Teatro de
Coco Solo; el 4 de junior en Paraiso,
y el 5 de junio en el Teatro de Bal-
boa comenzando a las 7:30 p.m. y
continuando hasta la medianoche.
Los boletos pueden comprarse a
cualquier miembro del Consejo Ju-
venil a $1 cada uno.
Los miembros del Consejo Juve-
nil serin tambi6n responsables de la
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Empadronamiento Previo

En el Censo de Panama

Repiques de campanas y toques
de sirenas anunciarian el comienzo
del censo de Panami de 1970 el
domingo 10 de mayo a las 7 a.m.
A esa hora today la actividad en
la Repfiblica se detendrA y las 6ini-
cas personas en las calls serin los
empadronadores y los que estdn em-
pleados en labores esenciales.
Todos los establecimientos comer-
ciales permaneceran cerrados y
hasta las iglesias suspenderan sus
servicios hasta que el censo sea ter-
minado a las 7 p.m. del domingo,
cuando todas las actividades retor-
nanrn a la normalidad.
La Guardia Nacional de PanamA
detendrlt a cualquier persona que se
encuentre en las calls y que no
port la contrasefia que compruebe
que ha sido empadronado. Los que
no la tengan deberin mostrar un
pase especial. Tales pases senin ex-
pedidos solamente a las personas
que tengan razones vAlidas para es-
tar fuera de su casa durante el
Cierta cantidad de passes ha sido

puesta a edisposici6n de las autori-
dades de la Zona del Canal (qiie
sermn expedidos en las estaciones de
policia de Balboa y Crist6bal. Seran
expedidos solamente cuando haya
una necesidad precise para viajar a
Panamni. Una pequefia cantidad de
passes sera expcdida en la Aduana
de la Zona del Canal en el Acro-
puerto Internacional de Tocuimen
para el use de los residents de la
Zona del Canal que lleguen el dia
(lel censo.
El Comando Sur de los Estados
Unidos ha instruidot a so personal
military y civil ique reside en ]a Zona
del Canal para que pcrmanezca
fuera de Panama entire las 6 a.m. y
las 7 p.m. del domingo, a menos que
tengan passes.
El personal civil y military que
reside en la Rcpi'blica de Panamai
y que debc trabajar en la Zona del
Canal el 10 de mayo, deben pre-
sentarse a su oficina regional del
censo mas cercana en Panamai, para
ser empadronado previamente. Las
oficinas regionales estarin abiertas
por tal motive del 6 al 9 de maNyo
de 7 a.m. a 7 p.m. (Vea cuadro para
]a ubicaci6n de las oficinas regiona-
les y los nombres de los inspcctoles
regionales.) Para poder tc'nr dere-
cho al empadronamiento previo, el
peticionario deberli presenter u1na
carta flrmaeda por su jefe como pric-
ba de que 61 o ella delbe presenitarsc
a trabajar cl domingo 10 dc mayo.
Los empleados de la Zona del
Canal que residan en Panami v
usen transport p'lblico para viajar
a sus lugares de emplco, debetlin
verificar cuanto antes con los opera-
rios, ya qlue s( esperla (ie el servicio
de autobuses en la Repiiblica sea
restringido el 10 de mayo, aunque
es possible que alguiios ipropietarios
liagan empadronar prviiiiente a
sii personal.
La policia de la Zona del Canal
star, apostaila eni todas las inter-
scccioncs (lie conduzeiiii'an a ia ]eplu-
blica v ric\isaNri toldos los \xehiculos
(lite \Vaii a PanaIma para asegunrarse
ique los conductors y ocupantes
tienen pass o coritrasefias antes de
(que se les pe'rmita proseguiir.
A todo el personal military y civil
de la Zona del Canal qiie resida en
la Repibillica se Ie advierte qu'
dleben permanecer en casa hasta ique
(Continria en la pdgina 4)

Esteban Cafiizales, botero de las
Esclusas de Pedro Miguel, quien
super todos los records existentes
el aio pasado al ganar el primer
puesto en los tres events del Con-
curso Anual de Lanzamiento de
Cables de la Divisi6n de Esclusas,
representing a Pedro Miguel nue-
vamente este afio cn los events Pque
tendrAn lugar hoy al riediodia en
Tambi6n representant a Pedro
Miguel, Melhado Smith, otro bote-
ro, que gano el concuirso 3 anios
Otros concursantes tque fceron
escogidos durante competencias eli-
minatorias celebradas durante las
2 ultimas semanas son Sotero Orte-
ga, pasacables de Miraflorcs; Juan
Garz6n, botero de Miraflores y (quien
ocp6i) el tercer pnesto el afio pasa-
do; \' ilfred Anderson, pasacables
de Gatin; y Octa\ io Johnson, pasa-
cables de Catun, quien (uetd6 en

segundo lugar en cl concurso del
afio pasado.
El d6cimoquinto Concurso Anual
de Lanzamiento de Cables cst:i se-
fialado para cl mediodia en presen-
cia de un gran numero de funcio-
narios de la Dircceion de Marina
del Canal y de la Divisi6n de Es-
clusas, lo mismo que die amigos,
parientes y otros espectadores ique
encontrarnn cn el traditional con-
curso de lanzamiento de cables unol
de los grandcs events del aiio.
El concurso, celebrado en Pedro
Miguel un afio y en Catin el otro,
es auspiciado por la Divisiin de Es-
clusas y la Unidad de Scguridad de
las Esclusas. Los trofeos iundiiduia-
les son otorgados a los ocupant. s Idc
los tres primeros pucstos por la Di-
visi6n de Esclusis \ cl iiombre del
ganador es colocado n uniiia plaia
que sera exhibida durante el arit
en las esclusas en done il ganador
est6 empleado.

Torneo de Lanzamiento de

Cables Sera Hoy en Gatun


-c 4- 7- C )


Mayo 19, 1970



9:15-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 do 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-Johnny Ringo
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Corruptores
3:00-Johnny Staccato
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-Johnny Ringo
5:30-E1 Robot Gigante
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Patrulla Juvenil
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de Amnrica
11:00-Los Corruptores

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Johnny Bingo
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Corruptores
3:00-Johnny Staccato
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-Johnny Ringo
5:30-Mr. Ed
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de Am6rica
I 1:((0-Los Corruptores

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Johnny Ringo
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Corruptores
3:00-Johnny Staccato
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-Johnny Ringo
5:30-Los Picapiedras
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Ladr6n Sin Destine
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30--Ronda de Am6rica
11:00-Los Corruptores

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11J :30-Johnny Ringo
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00- Los Corruptores
3:00-Johnny Staccato
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-Johnny Ringo
5:30-La Novicia Voladora
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-E1 Especial
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda do Am&rica
11:00-Los Corruptores

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11 :30-Johnny Ringo
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Corruptores
3:00-Johnny Staccato
4:00-77 Sunset Strip
5:00-Johnny Ringo
5:30-E1 Circo
6:00--La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ronda de America
11:00-Los Corruptores



De Mujer a Mujer
Los Tres Chiflados
Batman y Cartones
Tras la Noticia
Mis Adorables Sobrinos
Mi Mujer es Ilechicera
Los Invencibles
Deportes en TV-2
Tevedos Infurma
Tierra de Gigantes
-Audacia es el Juego
-Ultimas Noticias
-Cine Sibado

Gente en la Noticia

Hija de padre chiricano y de madre oriunda de Pesk
en la Provincia de Herrera es la Sra. Damaris Mendoza
de Kraus, oficinista mecan6grafa en la Secci6n de Ser-
vicios Generales de la Divisi6n de Servicios Adminis-
trativos. Tiene poco tiempo de haber entrado al servicio
de la empresa del Canal. Toda su educaci6n primaria y
secundaria la curs6 en el Colegio Internacional de
Maria Inmaculada de la ciudad de Panama. Luego in-
gres6 en la Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua done
actualmente cursa cl segundo aiio de Contabilidad
Avanzada. Dentro de 3 anios espera obtener su Licen-
ciatura en Contabilidad y su titulo de Contador P6blico
Autorizado. Luego, si tiene la oportunidad, espera es-
tudiar Auditoria de Corporaciones. Reside en la Urba-
nizaci6n Obarrio en uni6n de su esposo, Ricardo Enri-
que Kraus. No tienen hijos y ambos estAn dedicados a
los studios, pues Kraus esta en su tercer afio de Eco-
nomia en la Universidad Nacional de PanamA. La Sra.
de Kraus ha sido secretaria del Rector de la Universi-
dad Santa Maria La Antigua. Trabaj6 primero con el
R.P. Carlos Maria Ariz, quien fue su professor de reli-
gi6n cuando estaba en el Colegio Internacional de
Maria Inmaculada, y con el actual Rector, R.P. Jose
Maria EscAmez. A la Sra. Kraus le encanta la pesca a
la orilla del mar y asistir a partidos de tennis, de balon-
cesto y de beisbol. Le encanta ver encuentros de boxeo,
quizAs porque tiene que acompaiiar a su esposo que es
fanitico de ese deported. Tambidn le gusta coleccionar
discos de today clase de m6sica, pero el ritmo de su
predilecciOn es el bossa nova.

Una cosa que un reloj desperta-
dor nunca despierta, es nuestra
mejor naturaleza.
0 9
Es fAcil tener una personalidad
balanceada. Solamente olvide sus
problems con la misma facilidad
con que da sus bendiciones.
0 0 .
Un usurero es un hombre que se
interest much por su negocio.

Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pa-
naman. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fucre verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6-
nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
Jefe de la Oficina de Informacidn
La informaci6n que se deseare publi-
car en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada
a la oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir
la correspondence a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Distribuci6n gratuita a todos los
empleados del Canal de Panama.
Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
(incluyendo envio per correo) $2.00 al
ano. Los cheques deben hacerse pa-
gaderos al Panama Canal Company y
dirigidos a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions,
Box M, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

C paiia cle Seguridad de

Campaia de Seguridad de

Ingenieria y Construcci6n

El Coronel Charles R. Clark, Di-
rector de Ingenieria y Construcci6n,
anunci6 en reciente reunion con sit
personal ejecutivo una nueva, y to-
davia mnis baja, meta de frecuencia
de accidents que debera alcanzar
esa direcci6n durante 1970, rindien-
do (ademis un informed sol)re el pro-
greso de los logros en seguridad
hasta la fecha.
El Coronel Clark declare que la
meta de seguridad de 1970 sera no
perder mis de 5 horas-hombre por
mill6n. La agresiva campania lleva-
da a cabo durante el primer trimes-
tre del ailo fiscal 1970 ha reducido
la proporci6n de frecuencia de acci-
dentes en un 30 por ciento, en com-
paraci6n con period similar de
La Direccidn, que cuenta con
2.700 empleados, complete en mar-
zo 1 mes complete sin que hubiera
una lesi6n causante de incapacidad.
El Director de Ingenicria y Cons-
trucci6n enfatiz6 la responsabilidad
que tiene la administration de desa-
rrollar conciencia de seguridad en

Puoqam de Emt

Mayo 19-Dia del Trabajo en la Repdblica de PanamA. Es dia de fiesta
Mayo 3-Dia de la Cruz.-Fiesta religiosa muy observada en el interior de
PanamA. Ese dia se organizan peregrinaciones a una altura cercana a
casi todas las poblaciones, done desde tiempos inmemoriales se ha
plantado una Cruz. Alli, los agricultores imploran al Cielo por buenas
cosechas durante la estaci6n lluviosa que estA comenzando.
Mayo 4-Inicio del afio escolar en las escuelas primaries y secundarias en
todas las comunidades latinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.
Mayo 5-Aniversario de la Explosi6n del Polvorin (1914). En esa explosion
perdieron la vida varies miembros del Benemerito Cuerpo de Bomberos
de Panama. En su honor fue erigido un monument en una de las plazas
mAs ccntricas de la ciudad de Panama y que se llama Plaza 5 de Mayo.
En la tarde de ese dia, los Bomberos de PanamA van alli en peregrina-
Mayo 10-Tendrai lugar el censo de poblaci6n on la Republica de PanamAi.
Mayo 23-24-Congreso de Unidad Sindical en Santiago de Veraguas.
Mayo 30-Dia de Difuntos en la Zona del Canal. Es feriado para todos los
empleados de las agencies gubernamentales y privadas que funcionan en
la Zona del Canal.

los empleados. Dijo que la clave
para el nuevo program de seguri-
dad de la direccion es un nuevo en-
foque te los problems de seguri-
dad por parte de la administraci6n,
lo que include la preparaci6n de un
nuevo manual de seguridad, ayudas
visuales v el establecimiento de in-
centivos por medio de premios de
Dijo a los miembros de su per-
sonal ejecutivo que su political es
lai de reducir todos los accidents y
lesiones en un esfuerzo total por
evitar dolor y angustias a los em-
pleados y sus families. El fin prin-
cipal de la direcci6n en esta cam-
pafia es evitar los sufrimientos hu-
manos causados por las lesions ha-
ciendo todo lo possible por evitar
los accidents.
Warren H. Smith, Jefe del Ramo
de Seguridad del Canal de Panama,
dijo que la definici6n de seguridad
es el control de las acciones de los
hombres y del medio ambiente en
que se desempefian.
Dijo que la Direcci6n de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n esta siguiendo
esta f6rlmula much mais fielmente
que en los ultimos afios y que la
preocupaci6n del Director de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n por el bienes-
tar de los empleados sc estate tradu-
ciendo en acci6n positive con im-
presionantes resultados.

NORA d r c d

"Desde que emperpeos esta campana
hemos logrado 21.936 horas sin un s-
to accidente"

En Su Pantalla

Viernes 1 CERRADO African Safari (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Mark Of The llawk (AYC) The ,Warning Shot (AY)
Silbado 2 African Safari (AY) y CEtRADO Desert Hell (AYC) y Taffy And
Maark Of The Hawk (AYC) The Jungle Hunter (AYC)
Domingo 3_ Funny Girl (AY, C-nimduros) In Cold Blood (A) Finian's Rainhow (AYC)

Lunes 4 Funny Girl (AY, C-maduros) The Fixer (A) y Finian's Rainbow (AY)C)
Some Came Running (A)
Martes 5 __ CEHRADO Far From The Madding Crowd I Love You, Alice B. Toklas (A)
The Fixer (A) y
Mi6rcoles 6__- Some Came Running (A) Kings Of The Sun (AY) CE'B(AI)O
Far From The Madding Crowd The Viscount (A) A Covenant
Jueves 7 -- (AY) C111 AI)O VWith Death (A)

Vicrnes 8 CERIIADO The Man From Galveston (AY'C) 10:00 p.m.
y The Silent Caper (AYC) Blroken Lance (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos; Y, J6venes de 12 a 1G; C, Niios de 8 a 12.





S.anta Misa
Todo por la Patria
Carrusel Internacional
Domingo Deportivo
El Santo
El Astuto
Estreno Sorpresivo

S1:45-Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:15-Tres Patines
1:00-Informative del Mediodfa
2:30-La Hija del Gobernador
3:00-Folklore Nacional
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-La Hora Infantil
4:30-E1 Meteoro
7:30-Get Smart

11 :45-Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:15-Festival en Madrid
1:00-Informativo del Mediodfa
2:30-Graniero Ultimo Modelo
3:00-E1 Hogar y la Escuela
3:30-Charlie Chan
4:00-La Hora Infantil
4:30-El Meteoro
7:30-Will Sonnett
10:00-Enemigos del Crimen




Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
Sorteo del Miercolito
Tres Patines
Informative del Mediodia
La Hija del Gobernador
La Mlujer Opina
Charlie Chan
La Hora Infantil
El Meteoro
-11roes de Hogan
Los Vengadores

11:45-Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
12:15-Jueves Estelares
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
2:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
3:00-La Voz del Censo
3:30-Charie Chan
4:00-La Hora Infantil
4:30-E1 Meteoro
7:30-Adams 12
10:00-Los Rebeldes


1 I :0(10-

1 1:30-
I -30-

Frankenstein, Jr., y
Los Imposibles
Informativo del Mediodia
L;a Ilija del Gobernador
Canmino de la Verdad
Charlie Chan
La Ilora Infantil
El Meteoro
-li Oso y Yo
La Ley del Rev6lver
La Itora Cero

Huck Finn
-Astro Hoy
C-imicos v Canciones
Infonniativo del Mediodia
Coomer Payce
Victor Martinez Blanco
Hilllsana Splits
El Cailloi de Ilierro
Viaije al Fondo del Mar
P1zazz 70

PAgina 2


Mayo 19, 1970


Muy sonreido aparece Eric MacDonald, segundo de la
derecha, oficinista recibidor en la Secci6n de Cuentas
por Pagar y por Cobrar de la Contraloria, quien se aco-
gi6 a la jubilaci6n, despues de 52 aiios de servicios al
Canal de PanamA. De izquierda a derecha: Sra. Cathe-

rine Wallace, Sra. Dana Bissell, MacDonald y el Sub-
contralor, Arthur J. O'Leary. Las sefioras Wallace y
Bissell organizaron una fiestecita de despedida que
ofrecieron los miembros de la secci6n a MacDonald en
su iltimo dia de trabajo.

La Natacion Registr6 Gran

Actividad en Rainbow City

Se registry un aumento notable
en las actividades relacionadas con
la nataci6n durante las vacaciones
escolares de este afio en la Piscina
de Rainbow City.
Este aumento se debi6 principal-
mente a los esfuerzos prolongados
de los nifios que asistieron a classes
Este program fue auspiciado por
el Ramo de Educaci6n Fisica y De-
portes de la Divisi6n de Escuelas.
No se escatimaron esfuerzos para
proporcionar un program elabora-
do para el entretenimiento de los
nifos durante sus 3 meses de ausen-
cia de la escuela. Result muy sig-
nificativo lo much que se alcanz6
durante el period, como puede
juzgarse por el gran n6mero de es-
tudiantes que ascendieron en cate-
Los que mejoraron durante el
period son:

Salvavidas de Primera Categoria
Fermin Barker
Rudolph Fuller
Lloyd Campbell
Alberto Trottman
Valentino Price
Carlos Trottman
Donaldo Logan
Nilda Romero
Lucy Barrows

Salvavidas de Segunda Categoria
Rosalio Barker
Federico Christopher
Ernesto Rowe
Victor Hinds
Fernando Cover
Andrbs Pessoa

Ernesto Rowe
Reinaldo Hemmings
Juan Del Rosario
Alcides Del Rosario
Manuel Oliverio
Rosalio Barker

"Es la ferreteria? Mandeme 4 litros de
quitapinluras y una buena escalera".

Olga Roberts
Maritza Aguilar
Jaime Cover
Julia Cornwall

Ignacio C6rdova
Lucila Fontalvo
Alicia Parris
Maria Modestin
Jasper Richards
Federico Christopher
Remigio Oliverio
Rogelio Dumanior
Alfredo White
Juan Trottman
Urias Brown
Vema Simpson
Lydia Trottman
Ray Henry
Otilia Trottman
Marco Hansell
Juan Del Rosario
Manuel Oliverio
Alcides Del Rosario
Jorge Coley
Ernesto Rowe
Ricardo Raymond
Humberto Lever
Rosalio Barker
Donaldo Simpson
Zoraya Ara6z
Hilma Drayton
Cecilia Trottman
Jaime Simpson
Marcia Rock
Rail DunMoodie
Zisela Aguilar
Fulgencio Barrera
Leopoldo Moreno
Mario Smith
Rigoberto Bennett
Tod Henry
Rubina Christopher
Carol Henry
Maritza Green
Virginia Richards
Otilia Trottman
Sinico Hall
Marco Hansell
Lydia Trottman
Cecilia Trottman
N6stor GAlvez
Ra61 Richards
Roque Nfiiez
Arturo C6rdova
Rafael Fontalvo
Erasmo Barrera
Egbert Willies
Ram-nn Stewart
Jos6 Mejia
Delia DunMoodie
David Viloria
Pr6spero C6rdova
Enrico Richards

Jubileo de Oro

Celebrarc una

Iglesia Este Mes

Hace 50 afios, en mayo de 1920,
la Iglesia del Evangelio Unido
(United Gospel Church) entonces
conocida como la Misi6n Salem,
fue fundada en la ciudad de Col6n
por el Reverendo Frank R. Wilkin-
son. Para celebrar esta fecha his-
t6rica religiosa, la congregaci6n de
Salem ha planeado un variado pro-
grama de actividades de 1 mes
entero en mayo.
Las celebraciones comenzaran el
domingo 3 de mayo, seiialado como
el Domingo de la Lealtad, dia de
oraciones y de ayuno. Tambien sera
observada la Cena del Seior.
Todo el mes de mayo sera dedi-
cado a oraciones de acci6n de gra-
cias y finalizari con una gran Cena
de Jubileo en el Hotel Washington
en Col6n el 29 de mayo, segin
anunci6 el Superintendente Gene-
ral-Pastor y fimdador de la iglesia,
el Reverendo Waldaba H. Stewart.




David A. Feller
Pedro Gordon
Thomas W. Grimison
Winston F. Peart
Lewis W. Bateman
Richard H. Kinsey
Karl W. Shirley
Donald W. Wilson
Richard H. McConaughey
Kenneth F. Millard
Mildred M. Hause
David M. Hunt
Lenore C. Kerr
Ernesto Peugnet
Jos6 L. Remir
Ildefonso Rosas L.
David Scott

La esposa al esposo despu6s de
salir de una fiesta: "S6lo porque
tengo unas pocas libras de sobre-
peso-dtenias que referirte a mi
como un barril de bromas?"

Dentro de unos dias dejari de
verse todos los dias, por los lados
de la Divisi6n de Transporte a Mo-
tor, la rolliza y sonriente figure de
TomAs "Pipe" Guardia, conductor
de cami6n en esa dependencia del
Canal pues pronto se jubilara. Pero
de lo que estamos seguros es que
seguird yendo por alli en vista de
los numerosos amigos que deja.
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El domingo 26 de abril se vieron
muchas caras conocidas del Canal
de Panama en el Gimnasio "Nuevo
PanamA" durante la exhibici6n de
mascotas y animalitos que patroci-
naron el Club Interamericano de
Mujeres y la Sociedad Panamefia
Protectora de Animales desde las
4 p.m. de ese dia.
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La Sra. Harriet de Hartline, es-
posa del Vicegobernador de la Zona
del Canal, exhibi6 un magnifico
perro pastor escoc6s que gan6 la
cinta azul del primer premio entire
los animals de su clase y que com-
piti6 para ganar la cinta de Gran
Campe6n entire los perros.

El trofeo de Gran Campe6n de'la
Exhibici6n se lo llev6 un bello.ejem-
plar "Dachshund", propiedad de
Lawrence Jenrich, Subcontralor del
Canal, encargado de la Contaduria.
El ejemplar de Jenrich compiti6
contra muchos otros bellos ejempla-
res, pero seg6n explicaron los jue-
ces, era el que merecia el trofeo.
Entre las muchas damas pertene-
cientes al Club Interamericano de
Mujeres que vimos trabajando en la
Exhibici6n de Mascotas y animali-
tos, estaba la Sra. Julia Arjona de
Holsinger, quien tambi6n present
un ejemplar: un pomeranio Ilamado
"Hippi" que fue llevado por la bella
nifiita Ana Lisa Ocafia F.

Trabajando en todo moment con
las demis damas del Club Intera-

mericano de Mujeres estuvo la Sra.
Peggy de Fox, president de esa en-
tidad y esposa del Dr. Merle D. Fox,
de servicio en el Hospital Gorgas.
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Invitado por la Direcci6n Mun-
dial del Escultismo y nombrado por
los Exploradores Internacionales de
la Zona del Canal, viajara el pr6xi-
mo jueves, 7 de mayo, a Ginebra,
Suiza, Sylvester D. Callender, con
el fin de participar en un seminario
de relaciones p/blicas del escultis-
mo que tendra lugar en esa ciudad
y al que asistiran dirigentes del es-
cultismo de todas parties del mundo.
S0 0
Callender es Ayudante del Go-
bernador, como Coordinador de Re-
laciones de las Comunidades Lati-
noamericanas y Coordinador de los
Exploradores Internacionales de la
Zona del Canal. Buen viaje le de-
iQuiere quitarse esa sensaci6n de
tristeza, de aburrimiento, de can-
sancio y de sensaci6n de que usted
no vale nada? . TRABAJE!
0 0
Ms vale una buena obra ... .que
un mill6n de buenos prop6sitos.

De nuevo se encuentra encargado
del puesto de lustrar calzados en el
Edificio de Administraci6n el amigo
Arturo "Turo" Werner. Estuvo 2
semanas fuera de acci6n debido a
un ataque de influenza sumamente
fuerte. Dice "Turo" que el "tran-
cazo" quizo llevarselo. Gracias a
Dios, se encuentra bastante mejor,
s6lo que con 7 libras menos de peso.

La Srta. Cynthia Forbes, rcgres6
de sus vacaciones a alegrar la Sec-
ci6n de Control de Mercancias en
el Edificio 28 de la Divisi6n de
Abastos. Sus vacaciones las dedic6
a conocer gran parte del interior de
la Replblica, aunque por las innm-
daciones no pudo ir a Chiriqui.

.." _' .. ... .,-

Durante el program de recreaci6n de verano en la Escuela Primaria de
Rainbow City, prestaron gran colaboraci6n la Srta. Vilma Burke, ayudante
bibliotecaria; la Sra. Vilma Agustin de Bandini, maestra substitute; y la
Srta. Gregoria Santamaria, ayudante estudiantil, quienes aparecen de
izquierda a derecha.

Pagina 3

Pagina 4

lacen Invitacion

Para la Carrera

Annual de Carritos
El President del Consejo Civico
de Paraiso, Harold W. Williams,
invita a los jovencitos, centre 11 y
15 afios, a participar en el Soapbox
Derby (Carrera Anual de Carritos
La comunidad de Paraiso ha sido
invitada a participar en el event
por Carl M. Abel, Ayudante Gene-
ral, quien inform que el mi6rcoles
6 de mayo, a las 3:30 p.m., en el
Sal6n de Actos Sociales de la Capi-
Ila de Fuerte Clayton, se dictaria una
clinic para ayudar a los muchachos
en la construcci6n de sus autos de
Durante la clinic se rccomen-
dara los metodos de disefio y cons-
trucci6n por mcedio de diapositivas y
ademzis, se pasari una pelicula ide
esta gran carrera, que atrae a mais
de 70.000 competidores en todo
Estados Unidos.
El campe6n de esta carrera en
la Zona del Canal se ganara un
bono de $500, un bello trofeo y un
viaje con todos los gastos pagos a
Akron, Ohio, done competirli en el
All American Cravity Grand Prix,
por un premio de $30.000 en becas
Esta competencia estai abierta a
todos los hijos de residents civiles
v militares de la Zona del Canal,
entire los 11 y los 15 anos.
Para mais infolrmacirn, llamnar a
Fuerte Clayton 2202 6 6292.

"Las chicas de la Secci6n 6 se quejan
de riesgos de pellixcos: el supervisor".


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
el empadronador los haya visitado y
entregado la contrasefia que signi-
fica que han sido empadronados.
Todo el mundo debe star pro-
parado para contestar una gran va-
riedad de preguntas que van desde
el tipo de plomeria con que esta{
equipada su residencia hasta pre-
guntas sobre sus ingresos, estado
civil, edad y educaci6n.
Todo hombre, mujer y nifio en
la Repiblica sera contado siempre
que la persona haya dormnido en la
vivienda en la noche del 9 de
mayo. Todos aquellos que estuvie-
ren fuera de su residencia normal
en la noche del 9 de mayo por raz6n
de su empleo-serenos, mndicos u
otros que trabajan en turnos de
noche-tambi6n selrn incluidos en
el empadronamiento.
Los panamefios que resident en la
Zona del Canal, incluycndo las sir-
vientas que duermnen en su cmpleo,
estan siendo empadronados en la
Zona del Canal y no serin contados
nuevamente en Panama, a menos
que duerman en la Repiblica en la
noche del 9 de mayo.

Juan Diaz
San Miguelito
Puleblo Nuevo
Rioi Alajo
Parque Lefevre
Bella Vista
San Francisco
Santa Ana
Viviendas Colec-
tivas Distrito
de Panam.i

Inspector Regional
Dania Mel6ndez
Ricaurte Tapia
Maria del C. Salerno
Enrique Garcia Vega
Virginia de Alvarado
Orlando Bahman
Everardo B6rtoli
Zaida Saavedra
Hosa C. de Rluiz
Viodelda Huiz
Javier Nieto
Berta A. Brown
Maria T. de De Le6n
Hosa E. det De la Cruz
Jos6 E. Diaz
Amilcar Herrera


I .


Un moment dramitico de la magnifica obra de suspense "La Luz Que
Agoniza" ha sido captado en esta foto en la que aparecen de izquierda a
derecha: Aurelio Paredes, como el Inspector Rough; James Weems, un
alguacil; Rodrigo Portuondo, director de la producci6n que interpreta al
senior Manningham; James Smoak, otro alguacil; e Isabel de Nachio, como
la Sra. Manningham. Se trata de un drama policiaco, de suspense soste-
nido, quo envuelve un profundo studio psicol6gico del carfcter sAdico y
avaricioso de Manningham y el caricter sensitive e impressionable de su
esposa, que llega al border de la histeria. Esta estupenda producci6n se
ofrece al public en noches de gala el 4 y 5 de mayo a beneficio de los
damnificados por las inundaciones en Chiriqui. Los boletos para estas
funciones pueden adquirirse en las oficinas del Teatro en Circulo (Calle 53,
El Cangrejo, tel6fono 23-3376).

Autodromo Panama Tiene

Dura Prueba el Domingo

El Aut6dromo Panamai celebrara-
el primer aniversario de su apertura
el domingo :3 de mayo, con la "Iora
del Aniversario", carrera de 1 hora.
Los dos favorites para ganar la
carrera son el CapitAn Patricio Jan-
son, Jefe de Aeroniutica Civil de
la Repibblica de PanamA, que con-
ducira un carro "Lola" con motor
Chevrolet de 600 caballos de fuerza,
y Ted Paine, que manejalr su carro
de fabricaci6n casera, el "Side-
winder". El auto de Paine cuenta
con s61o 100 caballos de fuerza, pero
pesa solamente 550 libras, y Paine
dice que su carrito puede compe-
tir muy bien con el Lola en la pista
del Aut6dromo.

Concierto Juvenil ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
mayo. La entrada sera gratis y el
President del Consejo Civico,
Harold W. Williams, declar6 que
el consejo seguirA tratando de ofre-
cer a la comunidad esta clase de
actos que, a la vez que proporcio-
nan solaz, sirven para el progress
cultural de los habitantes.

Recibieron Premios...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
"Ustedes han estado aqui todos
esos afos-han visto mas de lo que
he visto y conozco sobre 1o que estA
sucediendo. Ustedes han visto triun-
far al Canal y ustedes son part de
ese triunfo", dijo el Gobernador a
los empleados.
La lista complete aparece en la
secci6n inglesa.

Otros corredores que tienen
bnena oportunidad de ganar son
Alvaro Cambefort, Alfa Romeo; Ed
Wardlow, Datsun 2000; Joe Mosby,
Triumph TR6; Ralph Harris, F6r-
mula Vee; y Pete McHugh, MC
La "Hora del Aniversario" es li-
initada a los 20 autos mns rApidos de
PanamA. Los primeros 15 carrots
serin escogidos por sus tiempos de
clasificaci6n, y los otros correrin en
una carrera de consolaci6n de 25
vueltas. Los primeros cinco puestos
en esta carrera tambien competirAn
en la carrera de 1 hora.
El Aut6dromo PanamA estA ubi-
cado en la carretera a Tocumen,
1 milla despu6s del Hotel "La Sies-
ta". La entrada es $1 por persona.
Aut6dromo Panam, M\avo 3, 1970
10:00- 11:00-PrActicas.
11:00- 11:30-Clasificaci6n.
12:00-Carrera de Consola-
ci6n (25 vueltas).
1:00-Empieza la "Hora
del Aniversario".

Consejo Juvenil...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
publicidad y de la producci6n de
los conciertos, lo mismo que de la
venta anticipada de boletos. Se ne-
cesitan voluntarios tanto adults
come j6venes para cque los concier-
tos tengan 6xito.
Los interesados en tomar part
en cl proyecto pueden lhamar al
Centro del Consejo Juvenil en Bal-
boa 3212.

Ubicacidn de la Oficina Regional del Censo
Antigno local del Banco de Credito Popular, Avenida Bolivar, No 6080, Colon.
Tel. 7-1494 (Camara de Comercio).
Escuela Primaria "Ernesto T. Lefevre", Juan Diaz. Tel. 66-0316.
Casa Comunal, Alcaldediaz.
Local de APLAFA, San Miguelito. Entrada de Paraiso, Multifamiliar donde estate
la Corregiduria. Tel. 24-7780.
Escuela de Fe y Alegria, Calle Domingo Diaz, frente a la Iglesia. (Ingenio).
Casa Comunal de Pueblo Nuevo. Via Fernandez de C6rdoba, detrtis de la Corre-
giduria, Pueblo Nuevo.
Corregidunra, Avenida Jose Agustin Arango y Calle 6", Rio Abajo. Tel. 2.1-9666.
Colegio Jos6 Dolores Moscote, Calle 16, Parque Lefevre.
Oficina del Censo-D.E.C., Avenida Perui y Calle 36. Tel. 25-4612.
Corregiduria, Avenida 3q y Calle 97, San Francisco (mismo edificio de la Estafeta
de Correo).
Biblioteca Escuela Hepfiblica de Chile. Avenida Pern y Calle 32. Tel. 25-1225.
Oficina del IPADER, primer piso Edificio Sears de Asvenida Central. Tels. 62-5093
y 62-2422, extension 87.
Escuela Repmihlica de Mexico, Avenida B y Calle 8'. Plaza 2 de Enero. Tel. 22-6916.
Sececin de Poblaci6n v Vivienda-D.E.C., Via Espaila N" 1 (Edificio Pacifico,
2" alto). Tel. 23-6893.
Sal6n de Sesiones Consejo Municipal-Chorrera. Tel. 3-3238.
Sal6n de Sesimones del C(Ionscjo Municipal-Arraijamn.

en Srci Se Visita a Panamci

Vendra de Visita a Panama

Jefe de Iglesia Episcopal

As A




Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados

Aprendiz de Administraci6n de Negocios (Egresado
Universitario), NM-5/7 --- $6.011.20/$6.656.00
Archivero(a), NM-4 -- ---------- $5.408.00
Aseador(a), M-1 ------ --------- -- -$1.45
Auditor, NM-5/11 --- --- -$7.856.00/$1.905.00
Auxiliar Bibliotecario, NM-2 (Tiempo Parcial que no exceda
30 horas semanales) --------------- $1.53
Auxiliar Bibliotecario, NM-2 (Intermitente) --------$1.53
Ayudante General, M-5 ----------- ----- -- $1.59
Contador, NM-5/9 $7.155.20/$9.464.00
Electricista (Guardalineas), M----------1 -$3.36
Embobinador (Inducido), M-11l... ------$3.36
Encargado de Mantenimiento, M-8--_ ------- 1.93
Encargado de Mantenimiento, M-8 (Bilingie) ---------.. $1.93
Enfermera Clinica, MM-5/7 ----$6.760.00/$7.592.00
Enfermera (Psiquiatria), NM-7/9 --- $7.592.00/$9.172.80
Especialista en Relaciones Obrero-Patronales,
NM-5/11 (Se necesita hablar espaiol) $6.011.20/$10.608.00
Guardia, NM-3 ---------- ------$3.931.20
Guardia, NM-3 (Intermitente) $1.89
Ingeniero de Turno (Meca'nica), PB-7 ----$3.98
Ingeniero General, NM-9/12 .-- $10.566.40/$12.958.40
Ingeniero General, NM-11 ___---- $12.001.60
Ingeniero General (Calculos), NM-11 ---- $12.001.60
Ingeniero General (Funcioanrio de Control de la Contaminacion
de Aguas por Acejte), NM-12 (Conocimientos en los ramos
de Ingenierfa Mecanica, Civil, Quimica y Petrolera) $12.958.40
Ingeniero Electrdnico (General), NM-9/11 $10.566.40/$12.001.60
Ingeniero Electrico (General), NM-11 --_ $13.493.00
Instructor de Aprendices (General), NM-11 (Se require
conocimientos de Ingle's) -- -$10.608.00
Mecanico de Instrumentos Electricos, M-12___ $3.46
Meca'nico de Refrigeracio'n y Aire Acondicionado, M-11 $3.36
Obrero, M-2 $1.48
Funcionario Encargado de Seguridad, NM-9 $8.881.60
Oficinista, NM-4 (Intermitente) $2.60
Oficinista de Contabilidad (Mecanograffa), NM-5 $6.011.20
Oficinista Encargado(a) de Cuentas Corrientes, NM-5. $6.011.20
Oficinista Mecanografo, NM-41 $5.408.00
Operario de Tractores, M-6 $1.63
Plomero, M-11 ---- ------ --- ---- $3.36
Subjefe Ingeniero Sanitario (Superintendente, Planta de
Filtracio'n de Miraflores), NM-11 . -. $13.493.00
necnico en Ingenierfa (Ayudante de Control de la
Contaminacidn de Aguas por Aceite), NM-5/9

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C. Salud M.

0. D. Marina P
Electricidad P
Electricidad P

Personal A
Electricidad P
Mantenimiento A
Mant. Predios A
Matenimiento P
Serv. Admin. P
Mantenimiento P
Terminales A
Hos. Coco Solo A
Mant. Predios A
Mantenimiento P

Acued. y Lab. P

0. D. Marina A 1
Hos. Gorgas P 1

Conductor de Camion, M-6 (Que no exceda 1 ano) .... $1.63 Ingenieria G 1
Dietetico, NM-8 (Que no exceda 5-31-70) $8.112.00 Hos. Coco Solo A 1
Ingeniero Civil, NM-5 (Que no exceda 1 aiio) $7.716.80 ingenieria P 1
Oficinista-Mecanografa, NM-3/4 i (Que no exceda
3-31-71 $3.931.20/$5.408.00 Hos. Coco Solo A 1
O erario(a) de Perforadora, NM-3 1 (Que no exceda 1 ano) $3.931.20 Contralorna P 5
Tecnico en Topograffa, NM-5 (Que no exceda 1 aro) $6.011.20 Ingenierpa P 1
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someterse una solicited separada para cada categona de empleo. Si hace solicited para mas
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Sc indican los anuncios nuevos en letras
negritas. Los salaries indicados seran aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del
diferencial apropiado ademas del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo I indica
que es necesario un examen escrito. El s(mbolo o indica que es una position de seguridad
done puede emplearse solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mayor informacifn puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Empleo y Utilizacidn de Emplradns, tilpfonos 2-1221, 2-3618 d 3-1288.
No deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.

Mayo 19, 1970


Monsefior John E. Hines, Obispo
Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal,
Doctor en Divinidad, en Derecho
Can6nico y en Letras y Humanida-
des, visitarA la obra de la Iglesia
Episcopal en la Di6cesis de PanamA'
durante los dias del 7 al 13 de mayo.
La Iglesia Episcopal, inici6 sui
obra en la ciudad dc Co16n, al ter-
minarse la construcci6n del Forro-
carril de Panama. En 1919, la Igle-
sia Episcopal, establecida en el Ist-
mo por la Iglesia de Inglaterra, fue
traspasada a la Iglesia Episcopal de
los Estados Unidos. Desde ese en-
tonces, ha contribuido enormemen-
te a la vida spiritual y national en
la Repiblica de PanamA.
La Iglesia Episcopal de Cristo,
un bello edificio de estilo g6tico
ingl6s, de piedra y mamposteria,
fue declarado Monumento Munici-
pal por el Municipio de Col6n. Fue
construido en 1864, cuando el Istmo
todavia pertenecia a Colombia, y
hoy dia es la sede de una de las
parroquias mas activas del sector
En la ciudad de Panama esti la
Iglesia de San Pablo, situada muy
cerca del Instituto Nacional. La pri-
mera piedra del edificio, hoy reno-
vado y dotado de lines arquitec-
t6nicas funcionales y muy moder-
nas; fue colocada por cl Presidente
Dr. Belisario Porras.
La Iglesia Episcopal dirige parro-
quias y misiones en las provincias
de PanamA, Col6n, Bocas del Toro,
Cocld y Chiriqui, ademais de ambos
lados de la Zona del Canal.
Monsefior Hines visitarli a las
altas autoridades del Cobierno, a
las eclesifisticas y a las agrupaciones
religiosas. Ademas visitarA las obras

clue se adelantan, tales come el Cen-
tro Universitario Episcopal, el Co-
legio Episcopal en el Nuevo Repar-
to El Carmen, el Instituto San Cris-
t6bal en Parque Lefevre, el Orfe-
linato de Bella Vista y la Guarderia
Infantil de San Pablo, en la ciudad
de Panama, al igual qute la Acade-
mia de Cristo, en la ciudad de
El viernes 8 de mayo, Monsenior
Hines oficiara en una misa campal
en el Auditorio-Gimnasio de la
Iglesia de San Crist6bal en el Par-
que Lefevre, a las 7::30 p.m.
Mas adelante, so darain a la pu-
blicidad inAs detalles sobre la visit
de Monseilor Hines.

Diran Misa

Esta Noche

En Paraiso
Una Misa del Dia del Trabajo
ser'i oficiada en la Iglesia Catlica
de San Jos6 de Paraiso, esta noche,
a las 7.
Monsefior Thomas M. Jellico,
Coronel del Ej6rcito de Estados
Unidos y actual capellin de la Base
de la Fuerza Aerea de Albrook serA
quien dirAi el sermon y ello consti-
tuilra la primer xez que Monsefior
Jellico se present ante una comu-
nidad de civiles en la Zona del
Se invita a todos los trabajadores
a que tomen parte en este servicio
de oraci6n y acci6n de gracias con
motivo del Dia del Trabajo.