The Panama Canal spillway =

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


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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

More Than 56 Years of Service to World Commerce

The Panama

Canal Spillway

Vol. X, No. 2

Friday, June 25, 1971

Bell Named

To Personnel

Policy Board
William R. Bell, who has been
with the Panama Canal Personnel
Bureau for more than 5 years, has
been named deputy executive offi-
cer of the Canal Zone Civilian Per-
sonnel Policy Coordinating Board.
He succeeds Richard M. Conover,
who was promoted to executive
officer of the board last month.
A native of Zanesville, Ohio, Bell
was graduated from Ohio Univer-
sity at Athens, Ohio, in 1957 with
a bachelor of arts in psychology.
After serving 3 years in the U.S.
Army, he was employed as a per-
sonnel management specialist by
the U.S. Air Force and served tours
of duty at Wright Patterson AFB
in Ohio and Albrook AFB.
He joined the Canal organization
in September 1965 as a position
classification specialist and later
served as chief of U.S. recruitment,
staff assistant to the Personnel Di-
rector and most recently as person-
nel staffing and employee develop-
ment specialist with the bureau's
Operations Division.
Bell is a first lieutenant in the
U.S. Army Reserve and is a member
of the local Army of the United
States of America and Reserve Offi-
cers' Association. He and his wife,
the former Amelia Touriiio of
Colon, live with their three children
in Balboa.

Truman Hoenke

Plans Retirement
Truman H. Hoenke, who has been
Chief of the Locks Division since
March 4, 1966, is retiring from
Panama Canal service in July and
will leave the Isthmus to make his
home in the United States.
An employee of the Locks Divi-
sion since 1948, Hoenke is a grad-
uate civil engineer and has been with
the Canal organization since 1939
when he was hired as a student
engineer in the former Office
A native of Flint, Mich., Hoenke
studied engineering at the Univer-
sity of Michigan at Ann Arbor where
he received both his bachelor's and
master's degrees in civil engineering.
With the Canal, he worked as a
structural designer and a structural
engineer before being transferred
to the Pacific Locks in 1948 as an
He was made assistant superin-
tendent of the Pacific Branch of the
Locks Division in 1950 and superin-
tendent in 1951.
He has been given two superior
service awards and an outstanding
performance award in recognition
of his exemplary performance of
his duties.
Mrs. Hoenke who recently was
employed as an administrative offi-
cer in the Canal Zone Police Divi-
sion Headquarters, is leaving with
her husband. They will live in Ver-
mont and North Carolina where
they have homes.

Ship Has Openings
Sea Explorer Ship No. 8, has
openings for additional members.
Young men and women, who are
interested in boating, fishing, SCU-
BA diving and water skiing may
call 2-1379 or 2-3311 for further

Enthralled with the story of "The Dirty Dog," these
youngsters seem ready to sail away on their magic
carpet as they listen to Mrs. Naomi Wolf during the
story hour at the Canal Zone Library-Museum. This

Good Safety Practices
Will Prevent Drowning
Over 60 percent of drownings
occur when people fall into the
water from docks, boats, bridges,
shores, or pool decks, frequently
only a few feet from safety, the
American Red Cross reports.
A majority of the remaining 40
percent drown while swimming or
playing in the water almost within
reaching distance of safety.
The best way to prevent such
accidents is to teach children to
float and swim at an early age and
teach them water safety rules.

SPILLWAY deadlines for the issue
of July 9 will be advanced one day
because of the Independence Day
holiday Monday, July 5. Items in-
tended for publication July 9 should
be in the Press Office no later than
Friday, July 2. Only urgent material
can be accepted as late as noon
Tuesday, July 6.

program for children 4 to 6 years of age is conducted
every Wednesday at 9 a.m. on both sides of the Isthmus
and will continue through July 21. Mrs. Norma Bock
conducts the story hour at the Cristobal Library.

New Type Reconstituted Milk

To Be Tried on C.Z. Customers

An experimental sampling of
Canal Zone tastes in milk will be
conducted this weekend, when reg-
ular consumers of reconstituted milk
will be offered a free quart of a
new product called "filled milk."
Filled milk contains hydrogenated
vegetable fat instead of the butter
fat used in regular reconstituted
milk. According to the Supply Divi-
sion formula, the new product will
have a 3.7 fat content, the same as
the reconstituted milk.
A sampling of opinion will be
made among route customers who
regularly take reconstituted milk. As
their regular order is delivered, a
student assistant will also deliver a
questionnaire in which the customer
is asked his opinion about the new
milk in comparison to the regular
reconstituted product.
At retail stores, customers who
are observed checking out with re-

constituted milk also will be offered
a free quart of the filled milk and
asked to fill out the questionnaires.
The survey will help to determine
customer acceptance of the product
and the advisability of offering it at
Canal Zone retail stores.

Physical Start Thursday
For BHS FootballPlayers
Physical examinations for Balboa
High School students planning to
play football will begin at the high
school clinic on Thursday. Before
reporting for physical, students
should obtain parental permission
forms and tetanus shot forms at the
gymnasium and present them when
they report.
Students are urged to have phys-
icals early and avoid the rush in

Big Fourth

Planned for

Canal Zone
Fireworks the evening of July 4
followed by parades and formal
ceremonies the morning of July 5
on both sides of the Isthmus will
be the major highlights of the Canal
Zone's Independence Day observ-
ances this year.
The traditional fireworks displays
will be held 7:30 p.m. at the old
seaplane ramp at Coco Solo on the
Atlantic side and at 8 p.m. atop Sosa
Hill on the Pacific side. They will be
set off on the next clear night in
case of inclement weather July 4.
Parades will begin on both sides
at 10:30 a.m., commencing at the
Printing Plant, La Boca, on the Pa-
cific side and from Bushnell Road
on Calhoun Road at Coco Solo.
Maj. Gen. George L. Mabry, Jr.,
Commander, U.S. Army Forces,
Southern Command, will serve as
Pacific side parade marshal while
Col. Roberto Peralta, Atlantic Area
Installation Commander, will be
parade marshal on the Atlantic side.
At the conclusion of the parades
a 50-gun salute to the Union will
be fired at noon from the Balboa
High School Stadium and the Coco
Solo Stadium.
Military, school, scouting, frater-
nal organizations and equestrian
groups will participate in the
A softball game, a skydiving ex-
hibition and a SCUBA demonstra-
tion are a few of the events planned
for the Atlantic side while free re-
freshments for the kiddies and other
activities will be enjoyed on the
Pacific side.
Independence Day observances
are being handled on the Pacific
side by John R. Haner, Chairman,
Pacific Side Independence Day
Committee, and Mike LaCroix
president of the Margarita Recrea-
tion Association, which is sponsor-
ing the Atlantic side observances.
All retail stores will be closed
July 5 in observance of Independ-
ence Day but the Balboa Super-
market, Margarita Superette and the
Convenience Sections at Gamboa,
Paraiso, and Gatun will be open
regular hours.


A dowager queen of the sea with
a complete face lift is sailing
through the Panama Canal these
days on a round-the-world cruise
schedule with more than 1,500 pas-
sengers on board.
She is the 24,351-gross-ton pas-
senger liner Britanis, formerly the
Matson Navigation Co.'s Monterey.
Now registered in Greece and flying
the Chandris Lines house flag, she
underwent a complete rebuilding at
Piraeus, Greece, last year.
The Britanis, on her first trip
through the Panama Canal in April,
had no new Panama Canal tonnage
papers. In order to determine her
size for tolls, and not delay the ves-
sel on her schedule, four Panama
Canal admeasurers boarded the
ship and spent the 3-day voyage to
Curacao, measuring her as they
It was the first time that Panama

Dowager Sea
Canal admeasurers were called upon
to go to sea in the course of their
The venerable ship, built in 1932
by Bethlehem Steel in Quincy,
Mass., as the Monterey, was the last
of the Lurline class of three Matson
passenger ships. The other two were
the Mariposa, now the Homeric, and
ILurline, now the Ellinis.
Until World War II, the Britanis
operated luxury cruises from San
Francisco to Honolulu and other
Pacific ports. She was then con-
verted into a troopship but did not
resume service for Matson until
1957 after a complete overhaul
which cost $17 million. At the same
time her name was changed to Mat-
sonia. In 1970, when she was pur-
chased by Chandris Lines and
renamed Britanis, she carried 761
first-class passengers.
Conversion was carried out at

Queen Starts New Life

Perama, near Piraeus, where Chan-
dris' own ship conversion facilities
are situated. The main work in-
volved increasing the passenger

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accommodations from 359 to 580
cabins accommodating 1,665 pas-
This was achieved by building
new accommodations in previously
unused space on "B," "C" and "D"
decks and forward on the upper,
main and "A" decks. Public room
accommodations were increased by
doubling the size of the existing
ballroom, building a new dining
room and a new cinema. A new bar
was created, the children's play-
room was doubled in size and a
special playdeck with a pool and
play equipment was created.
The ship's funnels were made
cone shaped and carry the familiar
"X" of the Chandris Line which is
seen on the other large Chandris
passenger ships using the Canal.
Pavne & Wardlaw are agents for
the Chandris Lines at the Canal.



June 25, 1971

Mrs. Richard S. Hartline cuts the ribbon opening the ex- Rita Burton, Sandra Cooper, Harriet Hartline, Jean
hibit of student's paintings of the Pete Johnson Experi- Street, Betty Runnestrand (president of the National
mental Art Studios at the Little Gallery in the Civil League of American Pen Women, Panama and
Affairs Building. Shown from left are: Pete Johnson, Canal Zone Branch), Cecilia Smith and Elizabeth
Agnes Bowen, Diana Gray, Elly Dyson, Elaine Schmid, Clark. The exhibit will be on display until July 2.

Perley B. Hartwell, Jr., Dental Officer, Coco
Solo Hospital, Atlantic side: 20 years, 2
months, 25 days.
Alberto Hawkins, Painter (Maintenance), In-
dustrial Division, Pacific side: 25 years,
11 months, 27 days.
Charles L. Haylett, Maintenanceman, Supply
Division, Pacific side: 40 years, 8 months,
14 days.
David A. Hector, Laborer, Community Services
Division, Atlantic side: 31 years, 4 months,
5 days.
Betsy R. Hoenke, Administrative Officer, Police
Division, Pacific side: 22 years, 4 days.
Juan F. Hunt, Joiner, Facilities Engineering
Division, Atlantic side: 31 years, 5 months,
10 days.
Angela E. Iturrado, Marker and Sorter, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 26 years, 4
months, 15 days.
Alvan Laidlaw, Waiter, Supply Division, Pa-
cific side: 11 years, 5 months, 15 days.
Frank G. Layne, Helper Electrician, Electrical
Division, Pacific side: 33 years, 26 days.
Ferne E. Levee, Claims Clerk, General Audit
Division, Pacific side: 27 years, 4 months,
21 days.
Gonzalo Ldpez, Cement Finisher, Locks Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 32 years, 10 months,
12 days.
Angel A. Luengo P., Millman, Facilities Engi-
neering Division, Atlantic side: 23 years,
6 months, 21 days.
Hubert McFarlane, Cargo Checker, Terminals
Division, Atlantic side: 34 years, 2 months,
11 days.
Evelyn R. Marin, Sales Store Clerk, Supply
Division, Atlantic side: 23 years, 1 month,
1 day.
Hazel P. Matthews, Teacher (U.S. Secondary
Schools), Division of Schools, Pacific side:
24 years, 8 months, 13 days.
Teodoro Menjivar, Helper Automotive Me-
chanic (Body and Fender), Motor Trans-
portation Division, Pacific side: 27 years,
10 months, 5 days.
Francisco A. Mercado, Seaman, Locks Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 26 years, 5 months,
13 days.
Marvin D. Metheny, Guard Supervisor, Locks
Division, Pacfic side: 36 years, 11 months,
10 days.
Horace L. Morgan, Helper Lock Operator, Locks
Division, Pacific side: 27 years, 1 month,
21 days.
Pioquinto Murillo R., Stevedore, Terminals
Division, Atlantic side: 22 years, 9 months,
27 days.
Emma E. E. Murray, Food Service Worker,
Supply Division, Pacific side: 20 years,
1 month, 6 days.
Carlota de Navarro, Marker and Sorter, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 29 years, 9
months, 3 days.
Philip Ottey, Clerk, Navigation Division, Pa-
cific side: 50 years, 8 months, 3 days.
George A. Perryman, Helper Electrician, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 29 years, 10 months,
24 days.

Wilfred N. Phillips, Laborer (Cleaner), Com-
munity Services Division, Atlantic side:
29 years, 7 months, 1 day.
Mauricia C. Poveda, Sandblaster, Dredging
Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 3 months,
24 days.
Adolfo C. Quintero, Leader Seaman, Dredging
Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 2 months,
28 days.
Ernest B. Rainier, Captain of the Port, Navi-
gation Division, Atlantic side: 33 years,
2 months, 7 days.
Edmund N. Reid, Laborer (Cleaner), Com-
munity Services Division, Atlantic side:
28 years, 8 months, 23 days.
Evaristo Reina, Leader Laborer (Heavy),
Dredging Division, Pacific side: 30 years,
3 months, 13 days.
Clifford E. Ross, Guard, Terminals Division,
Atlantic side: 31 years, 4 months, 24 days.
Eugenio Ruiz, Maintenanceman, Engineering
Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 1 month,
24 days.
Rafaela Salas, Snack Bar Operator, Supply
Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 3 months,
28 days.
Luisa 0. de Sinchez, Marker and Sorter, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 31 years, 2
months, 23 days.
Eladio Severiano, Stevedore, Terminals Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 34 years, 10 months,
5 days.
Edward Shuffler, Motor Launch Operator,
Dredging Division, Pacific side: 31 years,
3 months, 28 days.
Sidney G. Smith, Shipment Clerk, Railroad
Division, Atlantic side: 34 years, 4 months,
18 days.
Ernest C. Stiebritz, Leader Lock Operator (Ma-
chinist), Locks Division, Atlantic side: 27
years, 10 months, 17 days.
Lillith M. Taft G., Medical Technician, Coco
Solo Hospital, Atlantic side: 31 years, 5
months, 8 days.
Fitz H. Taite, Leader Cook, Supply Division,
Pacific side: 30 years, 8 months, 8 days.
Florentina E. Thompson, Assistant Cook, Sup-
ply Division, Pacific side: 28 years, 8
months, 12 days.
Howard J. Toland, Police Sergeant, Police
Division, Pacific side: 32 years, 3 months,
16 days.
Benito Torres, Asphalt or Cement Worker,
Locks Division, Pacific side: 27 years, 4
months, 8 days.
Alfonso Troya, Assistant Baker, Supply Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 29 years, 10 months,
23 days.
Jose Valiente B., Laborer (Cleaner), Com-
munity Services Division, Pacific side: 10
years, 10 months, 7 days.
Avelino VAsquez, Stevedore, Terminals Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 15 years, 9 months,
2 days.
Mary K. White, Psychiatric Nurse, Canal Zone
Mental Health Center, Pacific side: 25
years, 7 months, 26 days.

Panama Canal Spillway
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. All articles are available to news media and
may be reprinted without further clearance. Distributed free to all Panama
Canal employees. Subscription cost for others $2.60 a year. Make checks
payable to Panama Canal Company and address to: SPILLWAY Subscrip-
tions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Health Benefits

May Be Extended

Health insurance for non-U.S.
citizen employees who retired be-
fore November 1970, was discussed
at a recent meeting of Gov. David
S. Parker and officers of the Canal
Zone Retired Workers Association.
Also present at the meeting were
Edward A. Doolan, director of the
Personnel Bureau; and J. Winter
D. Collins, retirement counselor.
Prior to November 1970, non-
U.S. citizen employees were not
covered by the Federal Employees
Health Benefits Act but Governor
Parker said that legislation was
being prepared to provide coverage
for those who retired before this
date and he hoped that it will
become law next year. He com-
mended the officers for the work
they are doing on behalf of the
retired employees of the Canal
Those present from the Atlan-
tic Chapter included Joseph A.
Chambers, president; Charles A.
Hyams, vice president; Egbert An-
derson, secretary; and Miss Adella
Gale, member. Fitz C. Bourne,
president; and Joseph Smith, sec-
retary; represented the Pacific

Dr. R. C. Rowe,

'63 BHS Grad,

On Visit Here

Dr. Roger C. Rowe, Jr. who was
graduated from Balboa High School
in 1963 and attended Canal Zone
College, and recently graduated
from the School of Veterinary Med-
icine, University of Pennsylvania, is
visiting friends on the Isthmus.
While attending Canal Zone Col-
lege, Dr. Rowe worked during his
spare time at the Corozal Animal
Hospital with Dr. Russell Pierson.
During his high school years, Dr.
Rowe often accompanied Dr. Abe-
lardo de Gracia, Panama veteri-
narian, on visits to the Interior of
Panama to treat animals.
After his visit on the Isthmus, Dr.
Rowe will go to the University of
Guelph in Canada, where he will
serve a one year internship.
Dr. Rowe's parents were long
time residents of Curundu Heights
and are now making their home at
Wolcott, N.Y.

Week Beginning Saturday, June 26,

BALBOA (Air Conditioned) Sun.-Elvis, Tha
Tuers.-The Body
Sat., 2:30, 6:15, 8:35 p.m.-Sun., 6:15, Thurs.-The Las
8:15 p.m.--Mon., 7:30 p.m.--Getting ri.-rCowboy In
Straight (R)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-102 mins.) 0All night sh
-The Lively Set ;G) except as show
Tuesday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-75 mins.) change without
-Back Door To Hell (SIT.) (G)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30 p.m.-The Lawyer (R)
Thursday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-116
mins.)-Sword Of Sherwood Forest Sp i1
(SIT.) and King Of The Congo (Chap- Specia
ters 13-14-15) (G) (
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Hail Hero (GP) (G)
Fri., 2:00, 6:15, 8:00 p.m.-Pufnstuf (G) Saturday

Sat.-The Last Grenade (GP)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-102
mins.)-Return Of The Seven (SIT.) (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Song Of Norway (G)
Tues.-Separate Beds (GP)
Wed.-In Search Of Gregory (GP)
Thurs.-Two Rode Together (G)
Fri.-Tom & Jerry Festival (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-
Assignment To Kill (G)
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-Shenandoah (G)
Sun.-In Search Of Gregory (GP)
Tues.-A Nun At The Crossroads (GP)
Wed.-Song Of Norway (G)
Fri.-Two Rode Together (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Invisible
Invaders (G)
COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
Sat., 7:30 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:30 p.m.-
Rascal (G)
Monday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-104
mins.)-A Thunder Of Drums (G)
Mon., 7:30 p.m.-The Hill (GP)
Tues., 2:00, 7:30 p.m.-True Grit (G)
Wed., 7:30 p.m.-The Invincible Six (R)
Thursday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-122
mins.)-The Texican and King Of The
Congo (Chapters 10-11-12) (G)
Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-The Challengers (GP)
Fri., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Destroy All
Monsters (G)
Sat.-The Last Warrior (GP)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-88 mins.)
-Timbuktu (SIT.) (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Lawman (GP)
Monday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.-Cowboy
In Africa (G)
Tues.-Waiting For Caroline (GP)
Wed.-The Body Stealers (R)
Thursday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-122
mins.)-Man In The Saddle and King
Of The Congo (Chapters 4-5-6) (G)
Fri., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.-Shenandoah (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Creeping
Unknown (G)
Sat.-Savage Sam (G)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-116 mins.)
-Ambush Bay (SIT.) (G)

t's The Way It Is (G)
* Stealers (R)
t Grenade (GP)
Africa (G)
ows begin at 7:00 p.m.
on. Program subject to

I Matinees
or as listed
, June 26, 1971

10:00 a.m.
The Ghost & Mrs. Chicken-Don Knotts:
Meet the world's bravest coward in this
teeth-chattering, funnybone shattering
hunt for a spook-killer in a haunted
house. (Color.) T-97 mins.
2:00 p.m.
The Family Jewels-Jerry Lewis: A com-
edy of the funniest moments of a 9-
year-old heiress. (Color.) T-107 mins.
6:15 p.m.
Tarzan's Savage Fury-Lex Barker: Safari
searches for Tarzan to learn the where-
abouts of the Wazuri tribe. T-86 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Sandy The Seal-A warm and delightful
human interest story about two ador-
able children and their adventures on
Seal Island. (SIT.) (Technicolor.)
T-187 mins.
2:00 p.m.
1,000 Plane Raid-Christopher George:
An American colonel leads a squadron
on a bombing mission. (Color.)
T-104 mins.
2:00 p.m.
Angel In My Pocket-Andy Griffith: Sym-
pathethic comedy presenting Griffith as
a small-town minister. (SIT.) (Color.)
T-112 mins.
admitted. General audience. GP-All
ages admitted. Parental guidance ad-
vised. R-Restricted. Persons under 17
unless they are high school seniors, not
admitted unless accompanied by parent
or legal guardian. X-Persons under 17
not admitted.
T-Indicates total running time. (1)-Re-
peat. SIT-Spanish titles.
Descriptive remarks furnished from the
best information obtainable.

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-Sesame Street
2:05-Parade of Sports
4:25-Pro-Bowlers Tour
5:35-The Bill Anderson Show
6:00-Weekend '71
6:15-Movie Marquee
6:20-The Barbara McNair Show
7:10-Daniel Boone
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Hee Haw
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Professional Boxing
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-Saturday Night Movie:
"Bells of Capistrano"
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05-The Christophers
1:20-Sunday Playhouse:
"Escape From Red Rock"
2:20-On Campus
3:10-Roller Game of the Week
4:05-Andy Williams' San Diego
Open Golf Tournament
5:35-H awaii Calls
6:30-Here's Lucy (Premiere)
6:55-Warren Miller Ski Show
7:05-The Ed Sullivan Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Davis l(Premiere)
9:35-The Dean Martin Show
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-This Is The Life
11:15-The Sacred Heart
4:00-SCN Afternoon News
4:05-Gale Storm Show
4:30-Afternoon with Uncle Bob
and Sesame Street
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Good Sam"
5:30-The Big Picture
6:30-Green Acres
6:55-News in Spanish
7:05-Rowan & Martin's Laugh In
8:00-SCN News
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Passport for a Corpse"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Billy Walker's Country Carnival
4:00-SCN Afternoon News
4:15-Andy Griffith
4:30-Afternoon with Uncle Bob
and Sesame Street
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Good Sam"
5:30-Ah, Man, See What You've

6:30-Family Affair
6:55-News In Spanish
7:05-The Jack Benny Special
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Turned on Crisis: "To Keep It,
You Have To Give It Away"
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Bill Cosby Show
9:30-The Tonight Show
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-Andy Griffith
1:00-SCN Afternoon News
4:15-Assignment Underwater
4:30-Afternoon with Uncle Bob
and Sesame Street
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Good Sam"
5:30-Animal World
6:30-Mayberry R. F. 1).
6:55-News In Spanish
7:05-Soul (Premiere)
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Arthur Godfrey's America:
"The Everglades" (Special)
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:20-On Stage: Mirror, Mirror
Off the Wall
10:10-To be announced
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-Bob Cummings
4:00-SCN Afternoon News
4:05-Dennis Day Show
4:30-Afternoon with Uncle Bob
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Good Sam"
5:30-My Three Sons
6:30-Room 222
j:55-News In Spanish
7:05-The Jim Nabors Hour
8:00-SCN News
9:00- Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Detectives
9:30-The Dick Cavett Show
10:35-Focus on Today
10:55-Danny Thomas
4:00-SCN Afternoon News
4:15-Watch Mr. Wizzard
4:30-Afternoon with Uncle Bob
5:05-Movie of the Week:
"Good Sam"
6:30-The Joey Bishop Show
6:55-News In Spanish
7:05-Glen Campbell's Goodtime
8:00--SCN News
8:05-Burke's Law
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armrhlair Theater:
"Beach Party"
10:40-Focus on Today
ll:00-Ah, Man, See What You've

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June 25, 1971


SMrs. Sullivan Replaced

't 71 On PC Subcommittee

Shown at the recent opening of Pete Johnson Experi- Cecilia Smith. Mrs. Richard Hartline officially opened
mental Art Show at the Little Gallery in the Civil Affairs the exhibit by cutting the traditional ribbon. The "OP"
Building are from left: Elaine Schmid, Ann Cross, Eliz- art will be on display until July 2.
abeth Clark, Col. Charles R. Clark, Rita Burton and

T& T Employ
Honorary awards and checks
totaling $13,850 were recently pre-
sented to 80 employees of the
Transportation and Terminals Bu-
reau. Capt. Axton T. Jones, bureau
director, made the presentations at
ceremonies on both sides of the
The awards were for outstanding
performance and special achieve-
ment and were accompanied by
checks ranging from $150 to $350.
Those receiving awards and
checks, and the division in which
they work, are as follows:
Motor Transportation Division,
Outstanding Performance: Juan F.
Edmondson, Oscar W. Layne and
Charles Vreux; Special Achieve-
ment: Emilio G. Garay E., Abraham
F. Gayle, Arthur P. Lazarus, Ustus
B. Ward, Vernon R. Seeley, Cecilc
G. Marceau, Catherine J. Boswell,
Ram6n Rivera, Jr., Alfonso M.
Smith, Barbara A. Rios, Juan R.
Griffin, Pablo Santamaria, Cyril A.
Atherley, Arnold Prescod, Sidney
Henlon, Celina R. de Palma, Asthan
E. Edwards, Jorge A. Brown, Court-
ney E. Jarvis, and Albert A. Griffith.
Director's Office, Outstanding Per-
formance: Norman E. Demers, Mary
G. Urey and Special Achievement:
Wallace F. Russon and Muriel D.
Railroad Division, Outstanding
Performance: George J. Herring,
William R. Graham, Ross E. Pase,
Dorcey E. Rowell, Carl P. Pugh,

1st Southbound

Charter Flight

Is Due Tuesday
The first of the southbound jet
charters for Panama Canal em-
ployees is due at Tocumen at 9 p.m.
on June 29, the Transportation
Branch has announced.
Buses will be provided to take
passengers to Motor Transportation
Division garages on the Pacific and
Atlantic sides.
Space available seats, nonnally
sold a week prior to departure, may
be reserved beginning immediately
on some flights on which home
leave bookings are not expected to
fill the airplane.
Flights on which seats are avail-
able are:
To Miami: July 28; August 11
and 24; and September 1. From
Miami: July 12 and 26; August 9,
24 and 30.
The eight northbound charters
thus far operated have carried a
total of 1,300 passengers of which
96 were space available passengers.

Awards Total $13,850

Sydney O. Smith, William McKen-
zie, Victor Olaciregui and Chris-
topher M. King.
Terminals Division, Outstanding
Performance: Lionel O. Whittaker
and Maxwell S. Sanders; Special
Achievement: John A. McLain, Jr.,
Joseph D. Morgan, Sidney Smithson,
Rafael Guerrero R., Te6filo Herrera,
Louise Young, Leroy Chaplin, Ed-
win Alleyne, Eric Malcolm, Miguel
W. Oruitiner, Sibert C. Treleaven,
Wilfred E. Barrow, Earl B. C. Jan-
niere, Joaquin Velhsquez, Salmon
A. Ewen, Melvin 0. Husband,
Mario J. Ceballos Ch., Herbert
Clark, George E. Barrow, Frank S.
Johnson, Alfred Vega, Alphonso N.
McEachron, Florentino Sinchez,
Rudolph A. Brissett, Andr6s Jime-
nez, George E. Piper, Jr., Ernesto
R. White, Rudolph R. Domally,
Randolph W. Maxwell, Lonis Gren-
ald, George Hoower, Crispin A. SAn-
chez, Marcus Aird, Jos6 A. Civo R.,

Health Bureau

Warns Against

Pest Mosquito
Aedes taeniorhynchus rides again.
But not in any great numbers, so far.
Aedes taeniorhynchus is the hard-
biting but non disease carrying
marsh mosquito with a melodious
name which has in the past invaded
the Isthmian communities shortly
after the first heavy downpours of
the rainy season. Typical breeding
places are the low-lying coastal
areas, where natural drainage out-
lets have been blocked by shifting
sands during the dry season.
At the beginning of the rainy
season, these areas fill with water
made brackish by the high tides.
Here the millions of mosquito eggs,
laid in the low areas several months
previously, are hatched.
During the past few years, the
annual invasions of salt marsh mos-
quitoes have been light due to the
short dry season and the heavy
rains that fell during the usually
dry months.
The Panama Canal Sanitation
Division, which has mosquito light
traps in various townsites, reports
that the mosquitoes have not shown
up this year in any great numbers.
In fact, there are not any more than
the usual 100 mosquitoes a week in
the five light traps operating in
areas considered to be effectively
controlled by drainage, periodic
ditch cleaning, larviciding and the
nightly insecticidal fogging that
began May 17.
The Health Bureau has advised
(Continued on p. 4)

Claudius D. Gowdie, Dolph E. Pas-
cascio, Angel M. A. Mero M., Teo-
domiro Erique N., Urville W. Wal-
lace, Basil I. Nelson, Aubrey D.
Reefer and Claude P. Swaby.

PC Loans

Power Plant

To Panama
A transportable electric power
plant loaned by the Panama Canal,
now is providing additional power
to the interior town of Aguadulce.
The town, which is in the center
of the agricultural district of the
Central Provinces, was experiencing
a power shortage caused by the lack
of rain in the Ycguada Lake area
where a major part of the electric
power is produced for Aguadulce
and surrounding towns.
The plant, capable of producing
1,000 kw. of power, was placed in
operating condition and prepared
for moving by the Panama Canal.
Institute de Recursos HidrAulicos y
Electrificaci6n furnished the prime
mover and personnel to move the
plant to Aguaduilce where it will
continue in operation until the
power shortage is relieved.
In addition to helping relieve the
(Continued on p. 4)

Representative Leonor K. Sulli-
van, Democrat from Missouri, who,
as chairman of the Subcommittee
on the Panama Canal, has handled
much of the legislation directly
relating to the Canal enterprise, is
being succeeded by Representative
John M. Murphy, New York
Mrs. Sullivan last visited the

Ancon, La Boca

Minibike Areas

To Close Today
The minibike areas by La Boca
Road in La Boca and bordering
Roosevelt Avenue in Ancon are
being closed and the signs which
authorized riding of the bikes at
these locations are now being
removed today.
This action is being taken with
the assent of the Civic Council in
response to repeated protests from
residents against abuses by the
riders. Violations which have been
verified include, use of large motor-
cycles, excessive noise, operation
outside authorized hours, and riding
through house yards and play areas.
It appears that many riders have
shown willful and flagrant disregard
of the safety and the rights of near-
by residents.
It seems clear from experience
to date that operations of these bikes
is not compatible with residential
requirements in congested townsites.
Consideration will be given to desig-
nating other more suitable sites
which may be suggested by inter-
ested bike owners and parents.

College Club Holds

Installation Lunch
Installation of officers highlighted
the annual spring luncheon held
recently by the Caribbean College
Club at the Fort Gulick Officers'
New officers are: Angeline Bloem-
cr, president; Clarice Hewitt, vice
president; Sandy Pace, correspond-
ing secretary; Vicki Sizemore, re-
cording secretary; and Mary Novak,
Honored guests at the luncheon
were the recipients of the club's
scholarship awards, Michael Dexter,
Cary Collins and Jeannette Cox.

Canal Zone in January 1971. She
has been coming to the Isthmus
with members of the subcommittee
for nearly 15 years and is well-
known here.
Under new House rules, she was
compelled recently to choose be-
tween continuing as Chairman of
the Panama Canal subcommittee or
assume the chairmanship of a sub-
unit of the House Banking and
Currency Committee. She chose the
The first woman to be selected
to Congress from the state of Mis-
souri, Mrs. Sullivan is the widow
of Representative John- B. Sullivan,
who was serving his fourth term at
the time of his death in 1951. She
was elected to Congress in 1952 and
has been a member of Congress
since that time.
Representative Murphy is a na-
tive of Staten Island, N.Y., and is
a graduate of the U.S. Military
Academy at West Point. He served
with the U.S. Army in Korea and
holds a number of service medals.
He was elected to Congress in 1962
and has been a member of the
House Committee on Merchant
Marine and Fisheries.
Other new members assigned to
the Panama Canal subcommittee
are: Representative J. William Stan-
ton (R-Ohio), Representative Ed-
win B. Forsythe (R-N.J.), Repre-
sentative Pierre S. DuPont IV (R-
Del.) and Representative Robert
Steele, Jr. (R-Conn.).

Ex-C.Z. Customs Chief

No w Colonel' Sanders
Bruce G. Sanders, Jr. who was
chief of the Canal Zone Customs
and Immigration Service until his
retirement a few weeks ago, has
been named a Kentucky Colonel,
according to a letter from the Gov-
ernor of Kentucky received here.
In the letter informing Sanders
of his commission, the Honorable
Louie B. Nunn, Governor of Ken-
tucky, says, "It is with pleasure that
I welcome you on my staff to the
Honorable Order of Kentucky Colo-
nels. Many distinguished individuals
throughout the world have been
so recognized in consideration of
some outstanding achievement. Cer-
tainly, you deserve to be included
in their rank of Colonel."


Heart Valve Click Is Music to His Ears

Robert G. Taylor, who retired
from the Panama Canal in 1948 as
Director of Clubhouses, is hale and
hearty now after a 3-hour open
heart operation May 18. His only
complaint when he left the hospital
was that it was too late to plant peas.
According to an article in the
PRESS, Taylor, at the age of 84, is
one of the oldest persons in the
United States to have undergone
this type of surgery. He certainly is
the oldest in Maine. He has a new
aortic valve made of a metal alloy
which clicks unobtrusively but reas-
suringly to remind him that it is
Taylor is a straight-backed, wiry
man with a firm handshake and
excellent hearing and eyesight. He
makes his home at Cape Elizabeth,
Maine, in the summer and last
month had more to complain about
than pea planting. His activities had
to be curtailed drastically because
of progressive heart trouble. lie
did'nt think he ever would till the

soil again or weed the asparagus bed
he calls, "the best in Maine."
Taylor came to Panama in 1906
at the age of 21 when the Canal was
in the construction stage. He worked
with the Isthlnian Canal Commis-
sion as a clerk and was transferred
to the Panama Canal after 1914.
He had various jobs in Engi-
neering, the Executive Branch, and

the former Clubhouse Division.
He retired in 1948 and he and his
wife went to Maine where they had
built a summer home on Kennebunk
Pond near Lyman. Now they spend
their winters in St. Petersburg, Fla.
and their summers in Maine. He
says passing the biennial driving
test for senior citizens, "is a snap"
and does all the driving on the trip
south and back.
The article says that his 22 retire-
ment years have been busy ones.
He has built a garage at the Lyman
home, reads a lot in winter and is
a permanent delegate emeritus to
the Shrine from the Canal Zone
which is under the jurisdiction of
Massachusetts. Taylor has been a
Mason for 60 years.
This year he and his wife ob-
served their 46th wedding anniver-
sary "quietly" May 11 at the medi-
cal center. "Next year we'll really
celebrate," Taylor says.
They have a daughter, Mrs. Roger
M. Walker of South Portland and
four grandchildren.

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June 25, 1971

YMCA To Offer Course

In Computer Programming

Commencing on July 6, a School
of Computer Programming will be
offering career oriented courses at
the YMCA in Balboa.
The course materials and program
which will be used by the YMCA
are being supplied by one of the
most famous computer schools in
the United States. The course pro-
grams are approved in the U.S. by
N.Y.S. Department of Education,
the N.Y.S. Higher Education Assist-
ance Corps., the Veterans' Adminis-
tration, and the U.S. Justice Depart-
ment Division of Immigration and
The YMCA is now offering this
technology at comparatively low
cost. Courses will be offered in both

Scouts Name

New Executive
The Canal Zone Council, Boy
Scouts of America, has selected a
new District Scout Executive to
succeed Harold T. Murray, Jr., who
left the Isthmus in March to take
a new scouting position in Florida.
The new district executive is
Lowell E. White, 29, of Rome, Ga.,
where for the past 3 years he has
been District Scout Executive for
the Northwest Georgia Council.
White, his wife, Jo Anne, and their
l-year-old daughter will fly to the
Isthmus from Atlanta, Ga., July 15,
when he will take up his new
duties. They will reside at Cardenas
White holds a bachelor of arts
in sociology from West Georgia
College and prior to going into
professional scouting was in radio
broadcasting. He is a former boy
scout, served as scoutmaster in
Douglasville, Ga., is a member of
the Vocational Guidance Commit-
tee of Rome, the First Baptist
Church of Rome where he is a
Sunday school teacher and a mem-
ber of the Rome Kiwanis Club.
Before his selection, White was
interviewed by William J. Hays,
Scout Executive for the Canal Zone
Council, and his appointment was
approved June 16 by the council's
executive board.

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English and Spanish. Persons in-
terested should contact the YMCA
of Balboa for further information.
A free aptitude test may be ar-
ranged by calling 2-2839 or 2-2759.
Registration will be held Monday
through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to
7:15 p.m. and on Saturdays from
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

"Dynamics" Cancel

Barn Performance
The performance of the "Dynam-
ics," scheduled for tonight at 9:30
at the Red Barn in Margarita, has
been canceled due to an over-
crowded schedule. The 34 young vo-
calists from Mountlake Terrace High
School, Puget Sound, Wash., will
leave the Isthmus Monday follow-
ing the completion of 2 weeks of
performances in the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Panama. Large,
enthusiastic audiences greeted the
young students wherever they

'Get Acquainted' Dance
Set for Saturday Night
A "Get Acquainted" dance spon-
sored by the Unified Canal Zone
Youth Activities Council will be
held at the Albrook Officers' Club
Saturday, June 26, from 8:30 p.m.
to 12:30 a.m.
The popular rock band, North-
west Passage, will provide the
music. Admission is $1.50 per per-
son and dress is coat and tie for
the young man and suitable attire
for the young ladies.
College students, bachelor mili-
tary, and young adults between the
ages of 17 and 24 are invited to
attend this first of three monthly
summer activities.
There will be free snacks and
coke and beer (pay as you go).
Tickets will be available at the door.

The Gorgas Hospital prenatal
lecture which had been scheduled
for June 24 has been postponed
until 7:30 p.m. July 1 in Conference
Room No. 3, Section 0.


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Taking time out from hammering, sawing, and sanding, to check directions,
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hudson, of Rainbow City, who are
constructing racers for the 1971 Canal Zone Soapbox Derby. Mario, 15,
left, and Rogelio, 11, will compete against each other and about 25 other
boys for a $500 U.S. Saving Bond, a handsome trophy, and an all-expense-
paid trip to Akron, Ohio. The Derby will be held on July 17 on Jones
Avenue at Howard AFB. Application blanks are available at the Youth
Council Office in the Balboa Railroad Station.

Art Show at JW
A display of art works by I
Iigh at the Jewish Welfare B
will be open to the public thr
June 29. The exhibit includes a
ics, paintings, watercolors and
and ink drawings of Panama.
Miss High, who teaches oil p
ing on the Atlantic side, has e
ited her art works at the JWB
before and also entered se
shows at the Tivoli.

(Continued from p. 3).
power situation in Panama
short term basis, the Canal Zone
helps Panama in the Arraijan
In this area, the Panama Cana
been supplying a power loa
approximately 900 kw. from
Cocoli diesel station. From C
IRHE constructed a pole lin
transmit the power to the
Zone-Panama border where it
nects to the IRHE power system
Arraijan. Power has been se
over this line for approximate
months. The agreement Lermi
in June 1975 and permits the
to grow to 3,000 kw.
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Mrs. Richard S. Hartline, records chairman of the Canal
Zone Chapter of the American Red Cross, was recently
presented a certificate of appreciation in recognition
of her outstanding service to the chapter for the past
2 years. Edward A. Doolan, acting chairman of the
C.Z. Chapter, made the presentation at a coffee in her
honor hosted by volunteer unit chairmen. From left,
Mrs. A. L. Logan, Administrative Assistant of the C.Z.
Chapter, ARC; Mrs. B. H. Watson, chairman of the

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Fort Clayton holding ward; Mrs. F. W. St. (
Gorgas unit chairman; Mrs. T. J. Flaherty, Alb
AFB chairman; Mrs. V. A. Ganz, Fort Clayton
chairman; Mrs. Hartline; Mrs. J. R. Cheatham, c
man, volunteers, C.Z. Chapter; Mrs. R. J. Nor
incoming records chairman, and Mrs. Marie Van
production chairman. Mrs. Ganz also was present
certificate of appreciation for service, 1970-71.




on a
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(Continued from p. 3)

using outside aerosol spray in patios
at night. Also, it is wise to retire
inside the house after dusk while
the invasion lasts.
The annual arrival of the salt
water mosquito coincides, however,
with the renewed activity of the ma-
laria carrying Anopheles mosquito.
The Health Bureau urges those par-
ticipating in outdoor activities to
use protective clothing and effective
insect repellents. If they are spend-
ing nights outdoors at this time of
year, they should sleep under mos-
quito netting.


In-Service Employee Tn

Gatun Unique

Among CZ.

Health Centers
The Community Health Centei
at Gatun is unique among the Canal
Zone health center facilities as it
provides service to both the res-
idents of the community and em-
ployes of Gatun Locks.
Among the health services of-
fered to the community are home
visiting, health education, counsel-
ing, school health services to stu-
dents attending Gatun Elementary
School, immunizations, and Well-
Baby-Well-Child conferences. These
services are supervised by the Health
Bureau's Division of Preventive
Industrial Health services are
provided to the employees of the
Locks, Electrical, and Maintenance
Divisions who work at Gatun Locks.
The Public Health nurse works
closely with supervisors and safety
officers to protect the health and
welfare of employees by caring for
minor injuries and illnesses, pro-
viding immunizations, and by per-
forming auditory screening exam-
Hours at the Gatun Community
Health Center are from 7 a.m. to
12 noon, and from 1 to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. Well-Baby
clinics are held on Tuesday-and
Thursday with a pediatrician pro-
viding physical examinations for
infants and children on a scheduled
For further information, call
5-137, during working hours.

There must be more to life than


ansfer-Vacancy Bulletin
Lo- Va-
Base Rate Bureau or ca- can-

con- Audiovisual Production Specialist NM-11 _--- $11,731.20
Automotive Mechanic (Body and Fender) MG-9
em at (Driver's license required) ------$3.55
served Biological Technician (Plants) NM-5/7 ---- $6,572.80/$8,070.40
ely 8 Budget and Accounting Assistant NM-7 --- - $8,070.40
nates Clerk NM-3 $__ ---- --- 4,222.40
load Clerk NM-4 - -- ----- $5,886.40
Clerk-Dictating Machine Transcriber NM-3/4 $4,222.40/$5,886.40
Clerk-Typist NM-31 _ ________--- $4,222.40
Clinical Nurse NM-5/7 (Intermittent) --- - $3.56/$3.99
Counterman MG-3 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours) -- - $1.66
Distribution Window Clerk/Substitute PS-51
(Part-Time NTE 30 hours) _ -- -- $3.21
Electrical Equipment Repairman MG-9 _ --- - $2.96
Electrician (Lineman) MG-10 _ ---------$3.71
Equipment Specialist (General) NM-5/7 ----$6,572.80/$8,070.40
Food Service Worker MG-2 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours) .__. $1.63
General Engineer Chief, Control Branch NM-11 $11,731.20
General Engineer (Estimates) NM-11 ____--- - $11,731.20
Grounds Maintenance Equipment Operator (Small) MG-3 __$1.66
Guard NM-3 (Bilingual) _- - - $4,222.40
Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic MG-10
(Driver's License required) $-3.71
Joiner MG- 10 - ...__----- - -$3.71
Laborer MG-2 ----- -----_ $1.63
n Laborer MG-2 (First 40 hours) --- - $1.63
Laborer (Cleaner) MG-1 _ $1.60
SMachinist MG-10 ---------- $3.71
Maintenance Engineer (Planner) NM-11 __ . - $11,731.20
Machinist (Maintenance) MG-10 - $3.71
Materials Handling Equipment Repairman MG-9
(Driver's License required) $3.55
Mechanical Parts Assembler MG-7 -$1.82
Millman MG-9 - $2.96
Oiler MG-6 --$1.78
Painter (Coach) MG-9 (Driver's License required) _ . $3.55
Psychiatric Nurse NM-9 $9,796.80
S Purchasing Agent NM-4 $5,886.40
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic MG-10 $3.71
S Seaman (Launch) MG-6- -- $1.78
Stevedore MG-7 (First 40 hours) --$1.82
Supply Clerk NM-1 $3,328.00
Time and Leave Clerk NM-3 $5,283.20
. Time and Leave Clerk NM-4 $5,886.40
T Tree Trimmer MG-6 $1.78
i Welder MG-10 (Driver's License required) $3.71
Warehouseman MG-5 $1.74

:ed a

Division tion cies
Adm. Ssrv. P 1

Motor Trans. P 1
Dredging G 1
Motor Trans. P 1
Industrial A 1
Adm. Serv. P 1
Mental H.C. P 1
Coco Solo Hos. A 1
Palo Seco Hos. P 1
Supply A 1
Postal P 2
Supply A 1
Electrical P 2
Supply A 1
Supply P 1
Dredging G 1
Engineering P 1
Com. Serv. A 1
Terminals A 1

M. Trans. A-P 1-2
Facilities Eng. A 1
Supply A 2
Supply A 1
Electrical A 1
Water & Lab. P 1
Facilities Eng. A 1
Industrial A 1

Motor Trans. P 2
Supply A 1
Facilities Eng. A 1
Facilities Eng. A 1
Motor Trans. P 1
Mental H. C. P 1
Facilities Eng. A 1
Facilities Eng. A 1
Dredging G 8
Terminals A 4
Coco Solo Hos. A 1
Industrial A 1
Terminals A I
Cor. Serv. A 1
Motor Trans. A 1
Supply P 2

Laborer (Heavy) MG-3 (NTE 6 months) . $1.66 Supply A 5
Laborer (Heavy) MG-3 (NTE 1 year) (Intermittent) $1.66 Terminals A 6
Warehouseman MG-5 (NTE 5 months) $1.74 Supply A 14
Warehouseman MG-5 (NTE 6 months) $1.74 Supply A 8
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. 1 Indicates a written test requirement. � Signifies a security position to be filled only by
a U.S. citizen. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Branch,
telephones 2-1221, 2-3618, or 3-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.

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Spillway del Canal de Panama

Viernes 25 de Junio de 1971

Vol. X, No. 2

Transporte y Terminales

Dio Premios por $13.850

Certificados honorificos y cheques
por un total do $13.850 fucron en-
tregados recientemente a 80 emplea-
dos de la Direcci6n de Transporte
y Tenninales. El Capitmn Axton T.
Jones, autoridad mAxima de dicha
direcci6n, hizo personalmente la
entrega en ceremonies que tuvic-
ron lugar en ambos lados del Istmo.
Los premios fueron otorgados por
desempefio sobresaliente y por lo-
gros especiales y fueron acompa-
iiados por cheques que iban de $150
a $350.
Los que recibieron premios y
cheques, y las divisions en que
prestan servicios, son como sigue:
Division de Transporte a Motor-
Por desempeiio Sobresaliente: Juan
F. Edmonson, Oscar W. Layne y
Charles Vreux. Por Logro Especial:
Emilio C. Garay E., Abraham F.
Cavle, Arthur P. Lazarus, Ustus B.
Ward, Vernon R. Seeley, Cecile C.
Marceau, Catherine J. Boswell, Ra-
m6n Rivera, Jr., Alfonso M. Smith,
Barbara A. Rios, Juan R. Griffin,
Pablo Santamaria, Cyril A. Atherley,
Arnold Prescod, Sidney Henlon,
Celina R. de Palma, Asthan E. Ed-
wards, Jorge A. Brown, Courtney
E. Jarvis y Albert A. Griffith.
Oficina del Director-Por Desem-
pefio Sobresaliente: Norman E.
Demers, Mary G. Urey. Por Logro
Especial: Wallace F. Russon y Mu-
riel D. Mizrachi.
Division de Ferrocarril-Por De-

sempefio Sobresaliente: George J.
Herring, William R. Graham, Ross
E. Pase, Dorcey E. Rowell, Carl
P. Pugh, Sydney O. Smith, William
McKenzie, Victor Olaciregui y
Christopher M. King.
Division de Terminales-Por De-
sempefio Sobresaliente: Lionel O.
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Buscan Seguro

De Salud Para

Unos Jubilados
El seguro de salud para los em-
pleados no estadounidenses, que se
jubilaron antes de noviembre de
1970, fue discutido en una reunion
reciente entire el Gobernador David
S. Parker y funcionarios de la Aso.
ciaci6n de Trabajadores Jubilados
de la Zona del Canal. Tambien estu-
vicron presents en la reunion cl
Director de Personal, Edward A.
Doolan, y J. Winter Collins, conse-
jero sobre jubilaciones.
Antes de noviembre de 1970, los
empleados no estadounidenses no se
encontraban protegidos por la Ley
de Beneficios de Salud de los Em-
pleados Federales, pero el Gober-
nador Parker declare que se esti
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


El Dr. Robert W. Irvin, Jr., Director del Hospi!al Gor-
gas y Director Interino de Salubridad de la Zona del
Canal (a la extrema derecha), Edwin Tam, Ayudante
del Funcionario Encargado del Mantenimiento del
Hospital (a la extrema izquierda) y George W. Fears,
Jefe Interino de Servicios de Logistica del Hospital
Gorgas (segundo de la izquierda), posan junto con un
grupo de capataces de oficios dombsticos del Gorgas

que muestran orgullosamente sus certificados de ter-
minaci6n de un curso que los familiariza con las fun-
clones que el Gorgas desempefia dentro de la comuni-
dad, asi como con las relaciones que deben mantener
con el personal professional y administrative del hospital
y con los visitantes. De izquierda a derecha: Tam, Fears,
Santiago Espinosa, Jesuis Justiniani, Clifford Hieuci,
Jacob Meneses, Herbert Dena y el Dr. Irvin.

Planta Electrica Es Hora de Proteserse Contra

Del Canal Opera Las Picadas de los Mosquitos

En Aguadulce
Una plant electric portAtil,
prestada por el Canal de Panami,
proporciona actualmente energia
electrica adicional a la ciudad inte-
riorana de Aguadulce.
Dicha ciudad, que esta en el cen-
tro de un distrito agricola e indus-
trial de las Provincias Centrales,
experimentaba una escasez de ener-
gia electrica debido a la falta de
Iluvias en la cuenca de la Laguna
de La Yeguada, en donde se produ-
ce la mayor parte de la electricidad
que consume Aguadulce y demis
poblaciones cercanas.
La plant, de una capacidad de
1,000 kw., fue puesta en condicio-
nes de opera y preparada para su
traslado por el Canal de PanamA.
El Institute de Recursos Iidriulicos
y Electrificaci6n (IRIIE), de la Re-
pilblica de Panami, suministr6 los
medios de transport y el personal
para llevar la plant a Aguadulce,
donde permaneceri operando hasta
que se solucione la escasez de
AdemAis de ayudar a aliviar la
situaci6n en lo que se refiere a ener-
gia el6ctrica en Panama a corto
plazo, la Zona del Canal ayuda
adcmas a PanamA, en el Area de
Arraijan. Alli, el Canal de Panamai
esti suministrando una carga de
aproximadamente 900 kw. desde
su plant diesel electrica de Cocoli.
Desde Cocoli, el IRHE erigi6 una
line elevada do transmisi6n de
energia el6ctrica hasta cl limited de
PanamA con la Zona del Canal,
done hace conexi6n con el sistema
de energia electric del IRHE en
Arraijan. Por medio de esta line
de transmisi6n se ha estado mandan-
do electricidad desde hace unos 8
meses. El acuerdo que regular esta
operaci6n finalizara en junior de
1975 y pennite que haya en Arrai-
jan una carga de 3,000 kw.

Lleg6 nuevamente el aedes tae-
niorhynchus. Pero esta vez no ha lle-
gado en grandes cantidades, todavia.
Este mosquito tiene una picada
muy molesta, pero no porta enfer-
medades. Crece en las marismas y,

Derby de Carros

De Cajon Habra

En Howard
El Derby de Carritos de Cajones
de 1971 en la Zona del Canal, ten-
dra lugar el 17 de julio en la Ave-
nida Jones, en la Base de la Fucrza
Area de Howard, con un Bono de
Ahorros de EE. UU. por $500, un
honito trofeo y un viaje con todos
los gastos pagados a Akron, Ohio,
para cl vencedor.
Los formularios de inscripci6n
estin disponibles en la Oficina del
Consejo Juvenil en la Estaci6n del
Ferrocarril de Balboa, de lunes a
viernes de 7:15 a.m. a 4:15 p.m. y
los juegos de ruedas pueden reco-
gerse en la Oficina de Servicios
Especiales del Ej6rcito en el Edifi-
cio N9 519 en Fucrte Clayton, de
lunes a viernes, de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m.
El Derby esta abierto para todos
los muchachos de 11 a 15 afios de
edad que tengan privilegios en la
Zona del Canal.
La inspccci6n initial de vehiculos
estau sefialada para el 10 de julio a
las 8 a.m., el dia final de inscripci6n,
en el Terminal de Carga Aerea de
la Base de la Fuerza A6rea de
El campc6n de la Zona del Canal
compctira contra muchachos de
todo el mundo en el 349 Grand Prix
de Gravedad Americano en Derby
Downs en Akron y la Chevrolet que
patrocina nacionalmente el event,
conceders $30.000 en becas a los
nueve primeros.

en el pasado, ha invadido las co-
munidades del Istmo luego de los
primeros aguaceros fuertes de la
estaci6n lluviosa. Los lugares tipicos
en que se crian son las Areas bajas
de la costa, cuyas salidas naturales
de drenaje han sido obstruidas por
arenas movedizas durante la esta-
ci6n seca.
Al comienzo de la estaci6n llu-
viosa, estas areas se llenan de agua
que se convicrte en salobre con las
areas altas. Es alli donde los millo-
nes de huevos de mosquito, que
fueron depositados unos mess an-
tes, se incuban.
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

El pr6ximo domingo, 27 de junio,
a las 4 p.m., en un program espe-
cial que tendrA lugar en el Gimna-
sio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Pa-
raiso, se honrarA a
Samuel IH. Blen-
man, president
del Consejo Civi-
co de Paraiso y
del Congreso de
Consejos Latino-
americanos, quien
recientemente fue
S. H. Blenman escogido como el
Padre del Afio por la Iglesia v
Escucla Parroquial Metodista de
A este program ha sido invitado
como orador especial el Goberna-
dor de la Zona del Canal, David S.
Parker. Las palabras del Goberna-
dor serAn la parte principal de un
atractivo program en que partici-
panrn la Banda de Ia Guardia Nacio-
nal de PanamA y distinguidas per-
sonalidades de las comunidades lati-

Original Concurso Estudiantil

Patrocina Centro de Santa Cruz

Ya estan abiertas las inscripciones
para un original concurso de pro-
nunciaci6n y ortografia que se lle-
vara a cabo en el Gimnasio Santa
Cruz el mi6rcoles 30 de junio.
El concurso se llama "Spelling
Bee" (La Abeja que Deletrea), y
constitute una de las actividades
recreativas y educativas que patro-
cina el Centro de Santa Cruz, que
dirige la Sra. Lillian de Hinds.
El entusiasmo que existe entire la
gente menuda, nifios de los grades
del 2 al 9 es grande y las inscrip-
ciones se seguiran recibiendo hasta
que termine el dia de hoy.
En este original concurso (que

hanAt much bien a la ortografia y
a la pronunciaci6n de los nifios (d
los primeros grades de las escue-
las, es una mas de las actividades
que Ileva a cabo el centro.
El coordinator DuBois Andrews,
v su comit6 han escogido various
trabalenguas que seran el plato
fuerte del concurso, que se dividira
en cuatro categories. Habra atrac-
tivos premios para los que ocupen
los tres primeros puestos de cada
categoria, adcmats de premios de
consolaci6n. Los premios serin do-
nados por el Centro de Bienestar
Social, por diferentes organizaciones
y por miembros de las comunidades
Actuaran como juecs la Srta.
Clara Wattley, Organizadora Co-
munal del Personal de Servicios
Sociales de la Direcci6n de Perso-
nal; la Sra. Violet de Rhaburn,
President de las Muchachas Cuias
Interacionales, y Luis Lewis, Asc-
sor Latinoamericano en el Consejo
Juvenile de la Zona del Canal. El
moderador serl Audley Webster,
Director de la Escuela Primaria de
Pedro Miguel.

Muy Activo Esta

El Club de Golf

"Lake View"

Todo sc encuentra ya casi list
para la celebraci6n del gran Torneo
"Tap" de Golf, quc se llevara at
cabo cl 3 le julio en el campo del
(:lub de Golf "Lake View", sitatdo
en el Airea de Pedro Miguel.
El pr6ximo domingo, 27 de junio,
a partir de las 2 p.m., tendr:i lugar
la rmuni6n regular de los miembros
del club, que srnt dcstinada princi-
palmente a finiquitar todos los deta-
lies relacionados con ese gran tornco
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

noamericanas de anmbos lados del
Istmo y de la ciudad de Panama.
El program se iniciara con una
selecci6n por la Banda. Luego
seguiri la Invocaci6n, a cargo del
Rev. Luis V. Veagra, del IHogar
Estudiantil Mctodista de Chiriqui.
Rupert A. Phillips, vicepresidente del
Conscjo Civico de Paraiso, harn la
presentaci6n del Cobernador. Luc-
go del discurso del Gobernador,
habli, una seleccion vocal a cargo
de Delio Taylor. La Sra. Marie
Clark dcclamarAn una bella poesia
v Frank Brown ejecutarni una pieza
al piano. La Sra. Violet Rhaburn,
activisima lider de la comunidad de
Santa Cruz, presentari al orador
invitado, Wilfred Barrow.
Barrow, ex president del Consejo
Civico de Rainbow City en varias
ocasiones y ex president tambi('n
del Congreso de Conscjos Civicos
Latinoamericanos es tambi6n muy
active en todlos los asuntos de bie-i
(Continmia en la pdaina 4)

El Domingo Habra un Acto

En Honor de Sam Blenman


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,� 8 P RL


Junio 25, 1971

Gen e en la Noticia

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Suieto a cambios sin
previo aviso

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-E1 Show de la Una
2:00-Arresto y Juicio
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Agente Secreto
Lancelot Link
5:30-Mama y Sus Increibles
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-El Show de
Mauricio Garc6s
8:30-E1 Precio de la Fama
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-La Chica de CIPOL

9:00-Hacia El Mafiana
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00--Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Roma Mi Amor
1:30-Mi Muier es Hechicera
2:00-Buscando Novia a Papsa
2:30-Nanny y El Profesor
3:00-Los Invencibles
4:30-El Zorro
5:00-El Gran Chaparral
7:00-Grupo 21
7:30-E1 Especial
8:30-Los Podcrosos
9:30-Mi Joven Defensor
10:30-Cuatro Evas Para
Un Adin

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Arresto y Juicio
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:30-Mar Ins6lito
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Los Internos
8:30-Cine de Oro
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
ll:00-La Chica de CIPOL

Il:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Arresto y Juicio
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Halcones del Espacio
5:30-Reino Salvaje
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Los Beverly de
8:30-Misi6n Imposible
9:30-Patrulla Juvenil
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-La Chica de CIPOL

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Arresto y Juicio
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Festival Loopy
5:30-El Correcaminos
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-El Show de
Andy Williams
8:30-Los Atrevidos
1 0.30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Tele Cine

11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedras
12:00-Los Monstruos
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Arresto y Juicio
4:00-El Hombre de Cipol
5:00-Porky y Sus Amigos
5:30-Los Magnificos
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-El Inmortal
8:30-La Pelicula de
la Semana
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-La Chica de CIPOL

10:00-Hacia El Mafiana
10:30-De Muier a Mujer
11:30-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
12:00-Mi Mundo y
Bienvenido a El
12:30-Tras Ia Noticia
1:00-La Polla Musical y
6:00-La Guerra Secreta
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Tierra de Gigantes
8:30-Audacia es el Juego
10:00-La Fuerza Silenciosa
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Cine SAbado

"Me parece que el program de
ayudantes estudiantiles, que Ileva a
cabo la Direcci6n de Personal del
Canal de PanamA, es algo valiosi-
simo para todos los estudiantes, pero
en especial para los que estamos
cursando ya los l6timos afios y
pronto tendremos que decidirnos
por una especialidad para terminar
nuestra carrera", dice Henry Joseph
Faarup Mauad, ayudante estudian-
til en la Secci6n de Ingenieria
Civil de la Divisi6n de Inge-
nieria. Faarup naci6 en la ciudad
de PanamA hace un poco mas de
20 afios. Hizo sus studios prima-
rios en el Colegio La Salle y los
secundarios en el Colegio Javier,
ambos de la ciudad de PanamA. Es
hijo de Oscar Faarup, supervisor de
ventas para la Zona del Canal de
Braniff International, y de la Sra.
Suzana Mauad de Faarup, quien se
dedica a la administraci6n de los
dos almacenes que poseen en el
sector commercial de la ciudad de
Panam. Su padre naci6 en Col6n
y su madre en Chiriqui. Se siente
orgulloso de ser panamefio y
muy content de la oportunidad
de ingresar al program de ayu-
dantes estudiantiles del Canal de
PanamA, al que ya perteneci6 ante-
riormente, en 1970, cuando trabaj6
como inspector de construcciones
en la renovaci6n del Hospital Gor-
gas. En aquel entonces fue asignado
a la Divisi6n de Construcci6n del
Canal de PanamA. Habla con much
entusiasmo de las experiencias que
estf adquiriendo durante el pre-
sente period de trabajo con el
Canal. "A mAs del trabajo de ofici-
na", explica, "muchas veces me toca
ir al campo, especialmente a diver-
sos sectors del Corte Gaillard,




Sujeto a cambios sin
previo aviso

10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:45--E Show de Mary
Tyler Moore
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:15-C6micos y Canciones
1:00-Informativo del
2:30-Extrafio Paraiso
3:00-Cine Hogar
10:00-Un Hilo de Vida
11:00-Los Vengadores

donde se produce derrumbes y des-
lizamientos de tierra, que se deben
principalmente a filtraciones de
agua de Iluvia. El m6todo que utili-
zan los ge6logos del Canal en su
lucha constant contra los desliza-
mientos es fascinante. Quizis sea
utilizado en otras parties del mundo,
pero yo, que s61o he tenido expe-
riencia de campo en los terrenos de
mi universidad, es la primera vez
que lo veo y quizAs ello influya en
que, cuando llegue el moment de
escoger mi especialidad, me pueda
decidir por la ingenieria de suelos
y geologia". Faarup habla con un
aplomo raro en j6venes de su edad.
Estudia en la Universidad de Texas,
en Austin, Texas, done el afio
entrante ira a su cuarto afio de
Ingenieria Civil. Es vicepresidente
de la Asociaci6n de Estudiantes
Panamefios de la Universidad de
Texas, secretario del Cine Club
Javier de la ciudad de PanamA y
subcampe6n de tennis de mesa de su
Universidad. Anteriormente ha ocu-
pado el puesto de subgerente del
Almacen Faarup, propiedad de su
familiar, done adquiri6 gran expe-
riencia en los negocios, pero dice
que su principal interns es la Inge-
nieria Civil. Al referirse al Canal de
Panama, dice: "Es fabuloso". Pero
lo que mAs le admiral es el trabajo
de mantenimiento en el cauce de
la via interoceanica. Hablando del
interior de PanamA dice que puede
esperar para dentro de unos afios
un future esplendoroso, pues gran
cantidad de j6venes interioranos
efectfian studios superiors en las
universidades de Panamf y en las
del extranjero, por lo que el impact
de su preparaci6n se harA sentir muy
pronto en los campos de esta tierra.

9:15-Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:30-La Cosquilla
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
5:30-Tarzin y Super-Acci6n
9:00-Hawaii Cinco Cero
10:00-Luces, Cimara, Acci6n

10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:45--E Show de Mary
Tyler Moore
12:15-Jueves Estelares
1:00-Informativo del
2:30-Extrafio Paraiso
3:00-Cine Hogar
7:30-E1 Tornillo
10:00-Marcus Welby
11:00-Los Vengadores

10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:45-El Show de Mary
Tyler Moore
1:00-Informativo del
2:30--Extraio Paraiso
3:00-Cine Hogar
7:30-La Criada Bien Criada
10:00-El Diablo se Divierte
11:00( I os Vengadores

10:30-La Novela Matinal
11 :00-Cartones
11:45-E1 Show de Mary
Tyler Moore
1:00-Informativo del
2:30-Etrafio Paraiso
3:00-Cine Hogar
10:00-La Ley del Rev6lver
11:00-La Hora Cero

Desde el 25 de Junio hasta
el 2 de Julio de 1971
SAbado-Guns Of The Magnificent Seven
(G) y 1000 Plane Raid (G)
Domingo-Airport (G) Precios de Admi-
si6n: adults 750, estudiantes 450 y
nifios 250.
Lunes-Airport (G) Precios de Admisi6n:
adults 750, estudiantes 45o y nifios
Mi6rcoles-Quiet Place In The Country
(R) y Witness For The Prosecution (GP)
Jueves-The Kentuckian (G)
Viernes-Guns Of The Magnificent Seven
(G) y 1000 Plane Raid (G)
Domingo-Love Me Or Leave Me (GP) y
Asphalt Jungle (GP)
Lunes-Quiet Place In The Country (R) y
Witness For The Prosecution (GP)
Martes-The Kentuckian (G)
Mi6rcoles-Assignment To Kill (G)
Viernes-The Love Bug (G) y
The Rounders (G)
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes, 10:00 p.m.-Frankenstein Must
Be Destroyed (G)
SAbado-Pink Panther Festival (G) y
Secret Invasion (G)
Domingo-Patton (GP) Precios de Admi-
si6n: adults 750, estudiantes 450 y
nifios 25g.
Lunes-Patton (GP) Precios de Admisi6n:
adults 750, estudiantes 450 y niiios
Martes-Rogue Cop (GP) y
House Of Numbers (GP)
Jueves-Party Girl (GP) y
Any Number Can Win (GP)
Viernes, 10:00 p.m.-The Black Zoo (GP)
NOTA-Nueva clasificaci6n: (G) Entrada
general. (GP) Entrada general. Se su-
giere guia de los padres. (R) Restrin-
gida. No se admitir: a menores de 17
aios, si no estln acompanados de sus
padres o si no son graduandos de se-
cundaria. (X) No se admitiri menorcs
de 17 anos. SIT significa: "Con titllos
Cll cspailol".
Todas Is peliculas comienzan a las
7 p.m., except cinando so indica. Este
prograia cstAs suieto a canmios sin
previo aviso.

10:30-La Novela Matinal
11:45-E1 Show de Mary
Tyler Moore
1:00-Informativo del
2:30-Extrafio Paraiso
3:00-Cine Hogar
7:30-El Tornillo
10:00-Centro Mddico
I 1:00-Los Vengadores

11:00-Archie y Sabrina
12:00--Meteoro Submarino
12:30-Get Smart
1:00-Informative del
1:30--La Hija del
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
4:30-Banna Split
7:30-E1 Topo Gigio
9:30-Pzazz 71

Hay que Observer Normas

De onducta en el Trabaio

Los empleados al servicio del
Gobierno de los Estados Unidos ob-
servarin las normas de conduct
que se prescriben mediante la Orden
Ejecutiva 11222 del 8 de mayo de
1965. Los reglamentos que rigen la
conduct del personal al servicio de
la Compafia del Canal de PanamA
y Gobiero de la Zona del Canal
fueron dictados conforme a las dis-
posiciones legales que establece la
Orden Ejecutiva 11222. Dichos re-
glamentos intitulados "Responsabi-
lidades y Conducta del Empleado"
fueron revisados el 17 de noviembre
de 1967 y dados a conocer entire el
mencionado personal a travys de un
manual publicado con ese fin.
Los reglamentos fijan las pautas
de conduct y responsabilidad que
se exigen del empleado y sefialan
que un cierto nl mero de empleados
tiene la obligaci6n de someter de-
claraciones con respect a su em-
pleo e intereses econ6micos. Asi
mismo, los reglamentos indican los
actos que les estAn prohibidos a los
empleados de la Compania y Go-
bierno. Estas restricciones prohiben
a los empleados participar en cua-
lesquier actos que resulten o parez-
can resultar en el aprovechamiento
de una posici6n public con fines
de lucro particular, dar trato pre-
ferente a determinada persona, im-
pedir la eficiencia o economic gu-
bernamental, perder por complete
su independencia o imparcialidad,
dar una decision gubernamental que
estt fuera de los circulos oficiales,
o afectar adversamente la confianza
del pfblico en el Gobierno.
Los reglamentos amparan asun-
tos tales como regalos, diversiones,
favors; emplcos adicionales y otras
actividades; interests ccon6micos,
el uso de la propicdad dcl Gobier-

no, el uso abusive de informaci6n
official, deudas, juegos prohibidos,
apuestas y loterias; conduct gene-
ral perjudicial al Gobierno, publi-
caci6n de articulos, declaraciones
p6blicas, y participaci6n en activi-
dades political panamefias. Tam-
bien sefialan los reglamentos dispo-
siciones varias de orden estatutorio
que rigen la conduct del empleado
al servicio del Gobierno de los Es-
tados Unidos.
Estos reglamentos imponen a
ciertos funcionarios administrativos
la obligaci6n de someter declaracio-
nes de empleo y de interests econ6-
micos para asegurar que dichos em-
pleados no se encuentren implica-
dos en situaciones que represented
un conflict de interests. El Direc-
tor de Personal le suministra a cada
uno de estos empleados los formu-
larios con las instrucciones precisas
para los fines ya expresados con el
prop6sito de dar cumplimiento a
este requisite.
Si used desea obtener una copia
de los reglamentos que rigen las
"Responsabilidades y Conducta del
Empleado", sirvase Ilamar al Jefe
de Archives de Personal del Ramo
Administrative al 2-2647 6 2-3013.

1 C

"gY qu6 pas6 despuIs que It dijiste
que nunca usarias zaparos do sguri-

& Eo~vtoi

Junio 2i--Fiesta de San Juan Bautista. Es el Santo Patrono de la ciudad
tie Chitr6, una de las mis progresistas de todo el interior de PanamA y
cabecera de la Provincia de Herrera. Tambi6n celebran sus fiestas
patronales, ese dia, varias poblaciones de la Repiblica. Hay rifias de
gallons, corridas de toros y carreras a caballo, especialmente en las
Provincias Centrales.
Junio 25-Julio 3-El Consejo Juvenil de la Zona del Canal y el Anc6n
Theatre Guild prescntarAn conjuntamente la gran obra musical "Cele-
bration" (Cclcbraci6n), que serA seguin todo hace predecir, un complete
Cxito. Charlotte Weidal sera la productora y Sydney Belie Townsend,
instructor do ingl6s on la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa, dirigirA la obra.
Junio 29-Dia de San Pedro y San Pablo. Fiestas patronales de Chupampa,
en la Provincia de Herrera, y de Las Guias, poblado de la Provincia de
PanamAi, situado a unas 6 mills de Santa Clara.
Julio 4-Dia de la Independcncia de Estados Unidos (1776). Dia de fiesta
national en Estados Unidos y en la Zona del Canal. Los desfiles, este afio,
en ambos lados del Istmo, tendrin lugar el lunes 5 de julio, adcems de
las otras celebraciones.
Julio 14-Fiesta Nacional de Francia. Aniversario de la Toma de la Bas-
tilla (1789).

Pagina 2



Junio 25, 1971



Se Funden Hombres, Maquinas y Barcos

En Intense y Febril Activicad Continua

Gilbert K. Ferro, a la izquierda,
constructor de buques, y Miguel De
la Espada, encargado de gancho
de gr6a (pesada), retiran los viejos
durmientes y largueros de la arma-
z6n de la Via de Carena N9 2 en la
Division Industrial. La via de arena
que es utilizada para sacar a tierra
el equipo flotante del Canal de Pa-
nama, esta siendo reacondicionada.

Construcci6n de las enormes cafie-
rias que complementan la drag de
succi6n "Mindi". De izquierda a
derecha, en primer piano: Vincent
G. Hyman, Victor Johnson, y Kasper
G. Alleyne sueldan por medio del
m6todo de soldadura sumergida al
arco, una tuberia de pontones de
la draga, mientras que al fondo
aparecen Philip E. Moshier y Al-
fonso R. Rowland instalando una
articulaci6n de r6tulas fundidas
del cabezal.


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^-"*;f - ^e

Personal de la Divisi6n Industrial
trabaja en el remolcador "George
W. Goethals", al que se le hace
trabajo de mantenimiento de rutina
en el Dique Seco de Mount Hope.

Pagina 3

Dionisio Dominguez, Marinero, Divisi6n de Dra-
gado, sector Pacifico: 29 anios, 7 meses, 25
Basil C. Edwards, Marinero (Remolcadores),
Division de Navegaci6n, sector Atlantico:
30 anios, 10 meses, 6 dias.
Fronia Fender, Subjefa Enfermera Clinica,
Hospital Coco Solo: 27 afios, 10 meses,
3 dias.
Randolph W. Ferreira, Bombero (Conductor de
Vehiculos), Divisi6n de Bomberos, sector
Atlantico: 16 afios, 2 meses, 18 dias.
Margaret Fields, Cajera de Almacen, Divisi6n
de Abastos, sector Pacifico: 29 afios, 7
meses, 19 dias.
Shirley K. Finlason, Funcionaria de Servicios
Administrativos, Divisi6n de Construcci6n,
sector Pacifico: 20 afios, 8 meses.
Stanley C. Francis, Conductor de Camiones,
Division de Esclusas, sector Atlantico: 31
aios, 5 meses, 5 dias.
Lorenzo Garay, Primer Capataz, Operaciones
de Estiba (Muelles), Divisi6n de Terminales,
sector Pacifico: 34 aiios, 10 meses, 23 dias.
Curtis H. George, Jefe Capataz (Instalaciones
ElIctricas y Mantenimiento), Divisi6n de
Electricidad, sector Atlantico: 39 aios,
10 meses, 17 dias.
Luis GonzAlez, Encargado de Mantenimiento,
Division de Instalaciones de Ingenieria, sec-
tor Pacifico: 27 anios, 2 meses, 8 dias.
Gwendolyn Goring, Despensera, Divisi6n de
Abastos, sector Pacifico: 30 afios, 9 me-
ses, 26 dias.
Herbert Hansel, Guardafrenos, Divisi6n de Fe-
rrocarril, sector Atlintico: 29 afos, 3 me-
ses, 13 dias.
Perley B. Hartwelle, Jr., Dentista, Hospital
Coco Solo: 20 aios, 2 meses, 25 dias.
Alberto Hawkins, Pintor (Mantenimiento), Di-
visi6n Industrial, sector Pacifico: 25 anos,
11 meses, 27 dias.
Charles L. Haylett, Encargado de Manteni-
miento, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector Paci-
fico: 40 anos, 8 meses, 14 dias.
David A. Hector, Obrero, Divisi6n de Servicios
Comunales, sector Atl6ntico: 31 afios, 4
meses, 5 dias.
Betsy R. Hoenke, Funcionaria Administrativa,
Division de Policia, sector Pacifico: 22 aios,
4 dias.
Juan F. Hunt, Ebanista, Divisi6n de Instala-
ciones de Ingenieria, sector Atlantico: 31
aios, 5 meses, 10 dias.
Angela E. Iturrado, Clasificadora y Marcado-
ra, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector Pacifico: 26
anos, 4 meses, 15 dias.
Alvan Laidlaw, Camarero, Divisi6n de Abastos,
sector Pacifico: 11 anios, 5 meses, 15 dfas.
Frank G. Layne, Ayudante Electricista, Divi-
sidn de Electricidad, sector Pacifico: 33
ainos, 26 dias.
Ferne E. Levee, Oficinista de Reclamos, Audi-
torfa General, sector Pacifico: 27 afios,
4 meses. 21 dias.
Gonzalo Lopez, Pulidor de Cemento, Division
de Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 32 afios, 10
meses, 12 dfas.
Angel A. Luengo P., Aserrador, Divisidn de
Instalaciones de Ingenieria, sector Atlan-
tico: 23 aios, 6 meses, 21 dias.
Hubert McFarlane, Verificador de Carga, Divi-
si6n de Terminales, sector Atlantico: 34
ainos, 2 meses, 11 dias.
Evelyn R. Marin, Oficinista de Almacen, Divi-
si6n de Abastos, sector Atlantico: 23 aios,
1 mes, 1 dia.
Hazel P. Matthews, Maestra (Escuelas Secun-
darias Estadounidenses), sector Pacifico:
24 afios, 8 meses, 13 dias.
Teodoro Menjivar, Ayudante Mecanico de Auto-
motores (Guardafangos y Carroceria), Divi-
si6n de Transporte a Motor, sector Paci-
fico: 27 afios, 10 meses, 5 dias.
Francisco A. Mercado, Marinero, Divisi6n de
Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 26 anos, 5 meses,
13 dias.
Marvin D. Metheny, Jefe de Guardias, Divisi6n

WrSri, ""WSSf'' -,

de Esclusas, sector Pacifico: 36 aios, 11
meses, 10 dias.
Horace L. Morgan, Ayudante Operario de Es-
clusa, Divisi6n de Esclusas, sector Paci-
fico: 27 aiios, 1 mes, 21 dias.
Pioquinto Murillo R., Estibador, Divisi6n de
Terminales, sector Atlintico: 22 anos, 9
meses, 27 dias.
Emma E. E. Murray, Moza de Oficios (Servicio
de Comidas), Divisi6n de Abastos, sector
Pacifico: 20 anios, 1 mes, 6 dias.
Carlota de Navarro, Clasificadora y Marcadora,
Division de Abastos, sector Pacifico: 29
afios, 9 meses, 3 dias.
Philip Ottey, Oficinista, Divisi6n de Navega-
ci6n, sector Pacifico: 50 afios, 8 meses,
3 dias.
George A. Perryman, Ayudante Electricista,
Division de Esclusas, sector Atlantico: 29
afios, 10 meses, 24 dias.
Wilfred N. Phillips, Aseador, Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Comunales, sector Atlantico: 29
ainos, 7 meses, 1 dia.
Mauricio C. Poveda, Pulidor con Chorro de
Arena, Division de Dragado, sector Paci-
fico: 31 aiios, 3 meses, 24 dias.
Adolfo C. Quintero, Capataz Marinero, Divi-
si6n de Dragado, sector Pacifico: 31 anios,
2 meses, 28 dias.
Ernest B. Rainier, Capitan de Puerto, Divi-
si6n de Navegaci6n, sector Atlantico: 33
aios, 2 meses, 7 dias.
Edmund N. Reid, Aseadorl Divisi6n de Servi-
cios Comunales, sector Atlantico: 28 aios,
8 meses, 23 dias.
Evaristo Reina, Capataz Obrero (Trabajos Pe-
sados), Divisi6n de Dragado, sector Paci-
fico: 30 aiios, 3 meses, 13 dias.
Clifford E. Ross, Guardia, Divisi6n de Termi-
nales, sector Atlintico: 31 anios, 4 meses,
24 dias.
Eugenio Ruiz, Encargado de Mantenimiento,
Division de Ingenieria, sector Pacifico: 31
aios, 1 mes, 24 dias.
Rafaela Salas, Encargada de Refresqueria, Di-
visidn de Abastos, sector Pacifico: 31 aiios,
3 meses, 28 dias.
Luisa 0. de Sinchez, Clasificadora y Marca-
dora, Divisi6n de Abastos, sector Pacifico:
31 anios, 2 meses, 23 dias.
Eladio Severiano, Estibador, Divisi6n de Ter-
minales, sector Pacifico: 34 aiios, 10 me-
ses, 5 dias.
Edward Shuffler, Operario de Lancha Motora,
Division de Dragado, sector Pacifico: 31
aiios, 3 meses, 28 dias.
Sidney G. Smith, Oficinista de Embarques, Di-
visi6n de Ferrocarril, sector Atlantico: 34
ainos, 4 meses, 18 dias.
Ernest C. Stiebritz, Capataz Operario de Es-
clusa (Mecanico Tornero), Divisidn de Es-
clusas, sector Atlantico: 27 anios, 10 me-
ses, 17 dias.
Lillith M. Taft G., Tecnica M6dica, Hospital
Coco Solo: 31 anios, 5 meses, 8 dias.
Fitz H. Taite, Capataz Cocinero, Divisi6n de
Abastos, Sector Pacifico: 30 anios, 8 me-
ses, 8 dias.
Florentina E. Thompson, Ayudante Cocinera,
Division de Abastos, sector Pacifico: 28
ainos, 8 meses, 12 dias.
Howard J. Toland, Sargento de Policia, Divi-
si6n de Policia, sector Pacifico: 32 anios,
3 meses, 16 dias.
Benito Torres, Trabajador en Cemento o As-
falto, Division de Esclusas, sector Paci-
fico: 27 afios, 4 meses, 8 dias.
Alfonso Troya, Ayudante Panadero, Divisi6n de
Abastos, sector Atlantico: 29 aiios, 10 me-
ses, 23 dias.
Jose Valiente B., Aseador, Divisi6n de Servi-
cios Comunales, sector Pacifico: 10 aiios,
10 meses, 7 dias.
Avelino Visquez, Estibador, Divisi6n de Termi-
nales, sector Atlantico: 15 arios, 9 meses,
2 dias.
Mary K. White, Enfermera (Psiquiatria), Cen-
tro de Salubridad Mental de la Zona del
Canal: 25 afios, 7 meses, 26 dias.

SrT-- W"'

Marcelino F. Gournet, encargado
de gancho de griia, retira los cables
de la barcaza recogedora de petr6-
leo que fue colocada en nn carro
plataforma del ferrocarril v Ilevada
fuera de los tallercs de la Divisi6n
Industrial, donde fue constrnida. La
barcaza es una de dos que scrAin
construidas por la Divisina Indus-
trial para desnatar el petroleo (que
sr derrame en aguas del Canal de

Marca de Jubilaciones Hubo en Mayo . . .

Rudolfo Alvey, aprendi7 mccinico tornero, se apresta a trabajar en la "Sea
Horse", lancha de la Division de Dragado a la que se le esta hacienda
un reacondicionamiento de rutina.


Junio 25, 1971

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Como puede apreciarse en la foto, el "panorama estf nales del Ca
encantador" en los predios del Dep6sito de Aduana das de anter
de Crist6bal, desde que empezaron a usar verificadoras dieron pone
de carga en esa dependencia de la Divisi6n de Termi- uniform di


Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados


Almacenero MG-5 -___-- --
Agente de Compras NM-4 ___ ---
Aseador(a) MG-1 _____----
Aserrador MG-9 ------
Ayudante de Contador y Analista de Presupuestos NM-7
Ebanista MG-10 ___-O ____---- _--_ ------
Electricista (Guardalineas) MG-10 -----_ ---
Encargado(a) de Mostrador MG-3 (Tiempo-Parciai
que no exceda 30 horas semanales) -
Enfermera Clinica NM-5/7 (Intermitente) ---
Enfermera de Psiquiatria NM-9 __ __
Especialista en Equipo General NM-5/7 _---- $6.572.
Especialista en Produccidn Audiovisual NM-11 ---_---
Estihador MG-7 (Primeras 40 horas) _
Guardia NM-3 (Bilingiie) _______- -
Ingeniero de Mantenimiento NM-11 (Proyectista) __-
Ingeniero General NM-11 (Jefe de la Seccion de Control)
Ingeniero General (Calculos) NM-11
Lubricador MG-6 _ _ _
Marinero (Lancha Motora) MG-6 _____

- $1.74
- $1.60
-- $2.96

- $1.66
..-_ $1.82
_ $1.78
- $1.78

Mecanico de Automotores (Carroceria y Guardafangos) MG-9
(Se require licencia para operar automdviles) __ - $3.55
Mecinico de Equipo Pesado MG-10 (Se require licencia
para opera autom6viles) __- __ _------ $3.71
Mecanico de Refrigeraci6n y Acondicionamiento de Aire MG-10 _$3.71
Mecanico Tornero MG-10 ------- - ___ _$3.71
MecAnico Tornero (Mantenimiento) MG-10 ---$3.71
Montador de Partes Mecinicas MG-7 ---- - - $1.82
Mozo de Oficios, Servicio de Comidas, MG-2
(Tiempo parcial que no exceda 30 horas semanales) ------$1.63
Ohrero MG-2 __ ___-----------$1.63
Ohrero MG-2 (Primeras 40 horas) ---_----- $1.63
Oficinista NM-3 --------$4.222.40
Oficinista NM-4 ------- --$5.886.40
Oficinista de Abastos NM-1 -- --- - $3.328.00
Oficinista-Mecandgrafo(a) NM-31 ----$4.222.40
Oficinista, Seccidn de N6minas NM-3 --- $5.283.20
Oficinista, Seccion de Nominas NM-4 - - $5.886.40
Oficinista (Substituto) distribucidn de Correos PS-51 (Tiempo
parcial que no exceda 30 horas semanales) --------$3.21
Oficinista-Transcriptor de Dictafono NM-3/41 __$4.222.40/$5.886.40
Operario de Equipo Pequeflo de Mantenimiento de Predios MG-3 $1.66
Pintor (Vagones) MG-9 (Se require licencia para
operar autom6viles) ____- __------ --$3.55
Podador MG-6 __----_______________$1.78
Reparador de Equipo de Manejo de Materiales MG-9
(Se require licencia para operar automdviles) --- $3.55
Reparador de Equipo ElBctrico MG-9 __ -- ---- $2.96
Soldador MG-10 (Se require licencia para
operar autom6viles) __-- ___-------- $3.71
T6cnico Bioligico (Plantas) NM-5/7 -- -- $6.572.80/$8.070.40

Almacenero MG-5 (Que no exceda 5 meses) --- -
Almacenero MG-5 rQue no exceda 6 meses)_.----
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados) MG-3 (Que no exceda 6 meses)
Obrero (Trabajos Pesados) MG-3 (Intermitente)
(Que no exceda 1 afo) _____________

Direcci6n o
Ins. de Ing.
Inst. Ing.
Ins. de Ing.

Abastos A
Hos. Palo Seco P
C. Salud M. P
Abastos A
Serv. Admin. P
Terminales A
Terminales A
Ins. de Ing. A
Dragado G
Ingenieria P
Ins d InoR A



Ins. de Ing.
Acue. y Lab.

Serv. Admin.
Hos. Coco Solo
Hos. Coco Solo

C. S. Mental
Serv. Com.

Serv. Corn.



$1.74 Abastos
_$1.74 Abastos
$1.66 Abastos

$1.66 Terminales

La solicited dehe ser sometida en el Formulario 433, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO. Debera
someterse una solicited separada para cada categoria de empleo. Si hace solicited para mas
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras
negritas. Los salaries indicados seran aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del
diferencial apropiado ademso del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo 1 indica
que es necesario un examen escrito. El simbolo I indica que es una posici6n de seguridad
done puede emplearse solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Empleo y Utilizaci6n de Empleados, telifonos 2-1221, 2-3618 6 3-1288.
No deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.

h.''- ~ -"i

Hay Atractivo Especial en

Las Aduanas de Cristobal

anal de Panami. S61o que las damas, avisa-
nano de que iba a llegar el fot6grafo, deci-
erse sus pantalones de gala, en lugar del
e trabajo diario que utilizan.

Desde hace unos 4 anos, el Dep6-
sito de Aduana (Freight House), de
Crist6bal tiene un atractivo espe-
cial para los del sexo masculine
clue tienen que ventilar negocios
en esa dependencia del Canal de
El atractivo consiste en quc desde
entonces, la tarea de verificar la
carga que sc recibe y se despacha
de esa unidad de la Division de Ter-
minales, estA a cargo de un grupo de
damas, que hace 4 meses empezaron
a usar un uniform muy elegant,
gris y amarillo mostaza, que le da
un colorido especial a esa secci6n,
Gerald R. Fruth, Agente de Fle-
tes de Crist6bal y jefe de dicho
dep6sito de aduanas, dice que al
principio se trat6 de un experiment,
para ver qu6 resultado daban las
damas en esa labor. La primera que
desempefi6 las laborers de verifica-
dora de carga es la Sra. Loretta H.
de Amedee, quien todavia desem-
pefia esas funciones. Fue tal el
resultado que poco a poco, el per-
sonal masculine fue reemplazado
por damas, hasta llegar a tener 10
verificadoras de carga que efectlian
sus laborers de una manera satisfac-
toria, como lo atestigua su jefe,

Hay que Cuidarse de los Mosquitos ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

Durante los iltimos afios, la in-
vasi6n annual de los mosquitos de
las marismas ha sido ligera, debi-
do a que ha habido cortas estacio-
nes secas v a las fuertes lluvias que
han caido durante meses que ordi-
nariamente son secos.
La Division de Sanidad del Canal
de.Panama, que posee trampas de
luz para atrapar mosquitos en dife-
rentes sitios habitados, informa que
dichos mosquitos este ano no se han
presentado en cantidad. En realidad,
no se han atrapado mAs que los nor-
males 100 mosquitos por semana,
en las cinco trampas de luz que
opera en Areas que se consideran
efectivamente controladas.
La Direcci6n de Salubridad ha
aconsejado que se use riegue de
insecticides aerosol en los patios

G 8 Premios en T y T . .
S(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Whittaker y Maxwell S. Sanders.
A-P 1-2 Por Logro Especial: John A. Mc-
A 1 Lain, Jr., Joseph D. Morgan, Sid-
P 1 nev Smithson, Rafael Guerrero R.,
A 1 Te6filo Herrera, Louise Young,
A Leroy Chaplin, Edwin Alleyne, Eric
P 1 Malcolm, Miguel W. Oruitiner,
A 2 Sibert C. Treleaven, Wilfred E.
A 1 Barrow, Earl B. C. Janniere, Joa-
A 1 quin VelAsquez, Salm6n A. Ewen,
P 1 Melvin O. Husband, Mario J. Ceba-
A 1 Ilos Ch., Herbert Clark, George E.
A 1 Barrow, Frank S. Johnson, Alfred
A I Vega, Alphonso N. McEachron,
Florentino Sanchez, Rudolph A.
P 2 Brissett, Andris Jimeinez, George E.
P 1 Piper, Jr., Ernesto R. White, Ru-
A 1 dolph R. Domally, Randolph W.
Maxwell, Lonis Grenald, George
P 1 Hoover, Crispin A. Sinchez, Mar-
A 1 cus Aird, Jos6 A. Civo R., Claudius
D. Gowdie, Dolph E. Pascascio,
P 2 Angel M. A. Mero M., Teodomiro
A 1 Erique N., Urville W. Wallace,
Basil I. Nelson, Aubrey D. Reefer
A 1 V Claude P. Swaby.

durante la noche. Tambi6n declare
que es convenient permanecer den-
tro de las residencias despubs del
anochecer, mientras dure ]a inva-
si6n de los mosquitos.
La llegada annual de los mosquitos
de las marismas coincide, sin embar-
go, con la renovada actividad del
mosquito Anofeles, portador de la
malaria. La Direcci6n de Salubridad
exhorta a todas aquellas personas
que participen en actividades al
aire libre a que se protejan usando
vestidos apropiados y repelentes de
insects efectivos.

El Cuadro de Honor del Ban-
co de Sangre que apareci6 en la
seccion en espaiol del SPILLWAY
el dia 18 de junior, decia que era
del Hospital Gorgas, cuando en
realidad era del Hospital Coco

Club de Golf Activo
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
y con el baile que se celebrari en
local del club, a partir de las 8 p.m.
del 4 de Julio. La Orquesta de Willie
Moro amenizara dicho acto social
para el cual se podra llevar ropa
Los miembros del comit6, Wil-
bert Gittens, Amos Blades, Avanso
Farrel, Matthew Kelly, Alfonso
Scantlebury y George Reid, al igual
que muchos otros socios han estado
trabajando intensamente en mejorar
la apariencia del club. El edificio
ha sido pintado y reparado lo mismo
que las cafierias de agua y de dre-
naje; se han arreglado los desagiies
del campo de golf; la carretera de
cntrada v el Area de estacionamien-
to han sido niveladas; los muebles
estin como nuevos y tambien se
ha reparado la iluminaci6n del sal6n

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Gobernador de la Zona Vicegobernador Jefe de la Oficina de
del Canal Informacidn
El SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal de
Panama, en Balboa Heights, Z. del C. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya fuere
verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicitud expresa. El material que se desee publicar en el SPILLWAY
deberA star en la Oficina de Prensa del Canal de Panama a mis tardar el
lunes a las 4 p.m. de la semana de publicaci6n. Solamente el material urgent
puede ser recibido y procesado para ser usado la misma semana a mis tardar
el martes al mediodia. Distribuci6n gratis a todos los empleados del Canal
de PanamA. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros $2.60 al afio. Los cheques
deben hacerse pagaderos a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a:
SPILLWAY Suberiptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

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quien dice que las muchachas son
mutv puntuales y se esfuerzan con
much interest en hacer bien su tra-
bajo. Dice Fruth, que esa es la
primer unidad de la Divisi6n de
Tcriniales en que se utilizan damas
para la verificaci6n de carga.
Una de ellas, la Srta. Silvia Reid,
dice: "el trabajo no cs duro, s6lo
hay que tener tmucho cuidado por-
que es una area delicada y la mer-
cancia siempre es valiosa para sus
duefios. Lo del uniform iue idea
de nosotras las muchachas, que pen-
samos que era much mejor unifor-
marnos, para no tener que pensar
en cambiarnos de vestido todos los
dias como hacemos las mujercs.
Adcmais, escogimos para falda un
color gris oscuro, que disimula la
suciedad y para la blusa un color
amarillo mostaza que result bas-
tante atractivo. Ademas, hicimos
otra innovacion: en ocasiones en que
tcnemos que trabajar en la plata-
forma del tren, para mayor conve-
niencia, usamos pantalones del mis-
mo color gris oscuro de las faldas".
Una de las 10 verificadoras origi-
nales, la Sra. Elinora A. de Clinton
ha sido traslacdada las oficinas
principles de la Divisi6n. Las de-
meis integrantes del grupo son: Sra.
Eugenia C. de Landers, Sra. Maria
P. de Brown, Srta. Zenaida C. Gor-
don, Sra. Elsa W. de Skeete, Srta.
Winnifred B. Davis y Marlina V.
de Arthur.
El comentario de los empleados
del Dep6sito de Aduana de Cris-
t6bal, es que desde que comenzaron
a trabajar las verificadoras y se
pusieron sus llamativos uniforms,
el "panorama se ha puesto encan-

Luchan por Seguro...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
preparando una legislaci6n que
proporcione cobertura a aquellos
que se jubilaron antes de esa fecha
y que 61 espera que ese proyecto
so convierta en ley el aio pr6ximo.
Tambien felicit6 a los funcionarios
por el trabajo que Ilevan a cabo en
beneficio de los empleados jubila-
dos de la cmpresa del Canal.
Asistieron en representaci6n del
Capitulo del AtlAntico de dicha
asociaci6n, los sefiores Joseph A.
Chambers, president; Charles A.
IIvams, vicepresidente; Egbert An-
derson, secretario, y la Srta. Adella
Gale, miembro. En representacion
del Capitulo del Pacifico asistieron
Fitz C. Bourne, president, y Joseph
Smith, secretario.

Acto en Honor de...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
nestar de las comunidades latino-
amnericanas. A continuaci6n, el Core
de la Escuela Secundaria de Para
ejecutara varias selecciones.
Despues, vendri la presentacion
dt los regalos al Padre del Afio quc
sern entregados por la Sra. Myrtle
Ponds, a nombre de la Iglesia Meto-
dista de Paraiso; por C. Dickens, a
nombre de la Escuela Parroquial de
Paraiso, y por Rupert Phillips, a
nombre e ela comunidad.
La Banda de la Guardia Nacional
ciccutari tuna selecci6n musical y
cl Rev. David A. \Voosley, de la
Iglcsia Metodista de Paraiso pro-
nunciani las palabras de agradeci-
micnto. Luego vendlr la Bendici6n,
que senr impartida por el Rev. Fer-
min Cockburn, de la Iglesia Meto-
dista de PanamA y para finalizar,
la Banda de la Guardia Nacional
ejecutar't el Himno Nacional.
Samuel H. Blenman es un viejo
empleado del Ramo de Meteorolo-
gia e Hidrografia del Canal de Pa-
namsa con mas de 41 ainos de servi-
cio. Es casado con la Sra. Eva M.
de Blenman y tienen cinco hijos.