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Title:
The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Portion of title:
Spillway
Parallel title:
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Issues for also have Spanish title:
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Creator:
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
Publisher:
Panama Canal
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Biweekly[Jan. 6, 1984-1999]
Weekly[ FORMER <June 1966>-Dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Periodicals -- Canal Zone ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama) ( lcsh )
Genre:
federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )
serial ( sobekcm )

Notes

Language:
Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body:
Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note:
"Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note:
Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note:
Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note:
Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note:
Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.

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Preceded by:
Spillway
Succeeded by:
Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text

Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


More Than 57 Years of Service to World Commerce


The Panama Canal Spillway


Vol. X, No. 31


Friday, January 14, 1972


Pleased at passing the auto safety inspection is Sam D. Bolt of the Railroad
Division. Carlos Arosemena of the Motor Transportation Division places
the new sticker on the windshield of Bolt's auto. Bolt was one of the early
birds to have his car inspected this year. Safety inspections began January 3
and will continue at the MTD garages in Ancon and Cristobal from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. throughout the regular workweek until February 29. Owners of
vehicles can avoid the last minute rush by having their cars inspected early.


Atlantic, Pacific Side


Tax Seminars Scheduled


Tax assistor John E. Lanman of
the Internal Revenue Service will
conduct tax seminars on both sides
of the Isthmus later this month for
the convenience of U.S. taxpayers.
Lanman will be on the Atlantic
side for seminars at Coco Solo Ele-
mentary School January 24 and 25
and at the Training Center, Build-
ing 0602, Corozo Street, Balboa,
from January 26 to February 2.
lie will conduct two types of se-
minars, type A and type B. Type A
is designed for U.S. citizens who are
actively employed in the area,
either with the U.S. Government or
in private business. It consists of a
discussion period of 1 to I' hours,
followed by a period when those
attending may prepare their tax
returns under the guidance of the
tax assistor.
Designed to assist retired persons
in preparing their returns, type B
consists of a brief discussion period
followed by a return-preparation
phase when those present may
prepare their returns with the tax
assistor's guidance.
On the Atlantic side, he will con-
duct a type A seminar at 1 p.m.,
January 24 and a type B seminar
at 9 a.m., January 25.
The Pacific side schedule calls for
type A seminars at 8 a.m., Jan-
uary 26, 27, 31, February 1 and
February 2; 1 p.m., January 27,
January 31, and February 2. Type B
seminars on the Pacific side will be

Auto Show Features

Boats, Formula Cars
Residents of the Republic of Pan-
ama and the Canal Zone have the
opportunity to see the latest models
of autos at the first half of the
United Fund Auto Show which
opened last night at the skating rink
near Pier 18 in Balboa.
In addition to autos being dis-
played by agencies in Panama, the
show features formula racing cars
and boats. The show will be open
to the public from 5 to 10 p.m.
today and from 2 to 10 p.m.,
Saturday and Sunday.
The second half of this year's auto
show will rn from January 20 to 2:3.


held at 1 p.m., January 26 and
February 1.
All U.S. citizens needing assist-
ance on their tax returns are urged
to attend these seminars.


Gov. To Brief

PC Society of

Florida Today

Canal Zone Gov. David S. Parker
will speak today at the annual re-
union luncheon of the Panama Canal
Society of Florida at the Soreno
Hotel in St. Petersburg.
Governor Parker will be accom-
panied by Paul M. Runnestrand,
Executive Secretary of the Canal
Zone, and J. W. D. Collins, the
Canal .organization's retirement
counselor.
The Governor will brief the re-
tirees on the events of interest that
have occurred during the past year
within the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama. The Governor
will take for showing the new film
"Highway of Water," a documentary
color movie about the people em-
ployed by the Canal and the many
jobs they do to keep the waterway
functioning.
This will be the fourth year that
the Canal Zone Governor or a high
ranking Canal official has made the
trip to speak before the Florida
society. Last year, approximately
500 persons attended the reunion
which provides an opportunity for
Canal oldtimers to renew acquaint-
ances and learn of changes that
have occurred on the Isthmus.


John H. Simson Is Named


Storehouse Division Chief


John H. Simson, who has been
Chief of the Inventory Management
Branch of the Division of Store-
houses since 1967, has been ap-
pointed Chief of the Division of
Storehouses succeeding J. H. White
who was retired from Canal service
recently.
A veteran with 25 years of expe-
rience in the purchasing and supply
fields, Simson has been with the
Canal organization since February
1958.
Previous to his employment with
the Canal, he was in purchasing in
the hotel and institutional field. He
worked at the Hotel Astor in New
York, the Berkeley Carteret in
Asbury, N.J., and the Greenbrier
Hotel in White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va., as well as for the Penn-
sylvania School for the Deaf in
Philadelphia.
During World War II he served
as a parachutist in the European
Theater with the 101st Airborne
Division.
He is married to the former Mari-
sabel Davis of Panama and has four
sons: Mark, a student in Beliot Col-
lege in Wisconsin, John C., a senior
at Balboa High School, and Lance
and James, students in Curundu
Junior High School.
The Simsons often spend their
vacations on their farm in his native
State of Minnesota. They all enjoy
fishing and boating on their small
boat The Hippo in the Bay of
Panama.
Succeeding him as Chief of the
Inventory Management Branch is
Robert Duvall, formerly Assistant
to the Chief of the Division of
Storehouses.


John H. Simson


Boy Scouts Plan Citizenship Hearings

Massive Cleanuo To Be Held Jan. 17-28
MB~ssive Lleanup


Demonstration
Plans for an intensive anti-litter
campaign in the Canal Zone on
January 22 have been announced
by the Canal Zone Council, Boy
Scouts of America.
The activity here will be a mas-
sive cleanup demonstration on
Scouting Keep America Beautiful
Day with more than 2,000 Scouts
and adult leaders spearheading a
drive in the Canal Zone to make a
dent in the litter problem. Also par-
ticipating will be local Girl Scouts.
Local Scout representatives are
coordinating their plans with Canal
Zone officials, local businessmen,
and other organizations so that the
maximum benefit will be attained
in an immediately cleaner environ-
ment and in future litter prevention.


Panama To Hold Official


Electoral Census Sunday


The Republic of Panama will
conduct its first official electoral
census Sunday between the hours
of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
All Canal Zone residents who
need to go into the Republic before
3 p.m., Sunday, on essential busi-
ness may obtain a pass that day
at the Balboa or Cristobal police
stations stating their reasons for
leaving the Canal Zone limits. These
passes will bear the legend "En
Trinsito" (In Transit).
Representatives of the Provost
Marshal will be on hand at Balboa
and Cristobal Police Stations Sun-
day to handle requests for passes
from military and civilian personnel
of USSOUTHCOM.
All residents of the Republic will
be required to remain at home Sun-
day until counted. Panamanian cit-
izens residing in the Canal Zone

Third-Class Postage
To Be Increased in
Canal Zone Jan. 24
An increase in third-class postage
rates to conform to the increase in
the U.S. Postal service has been
announced by the Canal Zone Postal
Service. The increase will become
effective January 24.
The new third-class postage rates
for single pieces are 2 ounces, 8
cents; 3 ounces, 10 cents; 4 ounces,
13 cents; 5 ounces, 16 cents; 6
ounces, 18 cents; 7 ounces, 21 cents;
8 ounces, 24 cents; 9 ounces, 26
cents; 10 ounces, 29 cents; 11
ounces, 32 cents; 12 ounces, 34
cents; 13 ounces, 37 cents; 14
ounces, 40 cents; 15 ounces, 42
cents; and up to, but not including
16 ounces, 45 cents. Circulars will
cost 28 cents a pound with a min-
imum of 5 cents per piece. Books
and catalogs will be 21 cents a
pound with a minimum of 5 cents
per piece.
Postage rates for bulk rate mail-
ings by qualified non-profit organi-
zations remain unchanged.
The minimum postage amount
per piece for regular bulk rate
third-class mail is 5 cents regardless
of whether the mailer has exceeded
250,000 pieces in his third-class bulk
rate mailings for the calendar year.


must register at the Legislative
Palace with their cedulas on that
day. Registration will continue on
Monday and Tuesday if necessary.
Registration on the Atlantic side
will take place at the Escuela
Porfirio Melendez.
Those living in the Republic of
Panama but who are scheduled to
work Sunday may register in ad-
vance, either today, or tomorrow
between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. To
qualify for early registration, em-
ployees must present a letter from
their supervisor stating they are
scheduled to work Sunday.
Employees of other Federal agen-
cies, contractors, private clubs, and
other organizations also will require
permits or letters from their em-
ployers for prior registration.
Advance registration will be con-
ducted at the Escuela Pedro J. Sosa
on the Pacific side and at the Es-
cuela Porfirio Mel6ndez on the At-
lantic side. Facilities for advance
registration of those who must work
on the 16th also will be established
in Arraijain, Sabanitas, and La
Chorrera.


2 Apartments

Will Be Shown

In Coco Solo
Open house will be held Jan-
uary 21 and 22, at House No. 337
Coco Solo, the second four-family
building to be rehabilitated in that
townsite under the apartment re-
habilitation program.
Apartments B and C will be open
for inspection by the public which
is invited to offer constructive com-
ments to be considered for future
rehabilitation projects. Question-
naires will be available and person-
nel from the Housing Office and
Civic Council will be present to
answer questions.
The schedule for the open house
next weekend is from 12 noon to
6 p.m., January 21, and from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m., January 22.
This is the second four-family
house to be rehabilitated in the
townsite of Coco Solo. The first was
House No. 251 which was com-
pleted in October and was inspected
by members of the community
November 5, 6, and 7, during a
public viewing.
Plans for the rehabilitation of the
houses were developed with the
cooperation of the France Field-
Coco Solo Civic Council and work
was completed by contract.

Residents Can Exchange
Burned Out Oven Bulbs
Canal Zone residents whose oven
light bulbs burn out are asked to
return the old bulbs to the Elec-
trical Division Field Offices for
replacements. This eliminates the
need to send electrical wiremen to
make the changes. Those who
prefer, may purchase bulb replace-
ments for $0.40 each in the House-
wares Section. The proper designa-
tion is: home appliance bulb-oven,
40 watt, 115-125 volt.
The field offices are located at
Building 66A in Balboa, Building
7051A in Mount Hope, and Buill-
ing 53 in Gamboa.


Canal Zone residents who have
applied for certificates of citizenship
must appear in person before mem-
bers of the Immigration and Natu-
ralization Service who will hold
hearings in the Canal Zone between
January 17 and 28, according to
the local Certificate of Citizenship
Assistance Office in the Canal Zone.
The only exception is for a parent
who is merely offering testimony for
a child who is in the United States.
The appointment notices have been
sent out to many Canal Zone res-
idents but they did not indicate
that the applicant for whom the
citizenship certificate is being issued
must be present.
If any of the applicants have been
notified that they must attend hear-
ings other than in the area in which
they reside, they should contact the
citizenship office, 52-3426.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 14, 1972


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Taking the oath of office as Clerk of the U.S. District Court for the Canal
Zone is Miss Doris L. McClellan, being sworn in by Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe. She succeeds Mrs. Lois E. Harrison, who is retiring.



Doris L. McClellan Is Named


U.S. District Court Clerk for C.Z.


Miss Doris L. McClellan recently
was sworn in as Clerk of the U.S.
District Court for the Canal Zone
where she had served as deputy
clerk since 1969.
Miss McClellan, who was sworn
in by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe, has
more than 26 years of Federal serv-
ice. She previously served at Lack-
land AFB, San Antonio, Tex.; Little
Rock AFB, Jacksonville, Ark.; and
Corps of Engineers, Little Rock,
Ark.
A native of Sheridan and Little
Rock, Ark., she is the daughter of
U.S. Senator John L. McClellan of

Parking To Be Changed
At Filtration Plant
No parking signs will be installed
at the entrance to the Miraflores
Filtration Plant. On-street parking
within 250 feet of the main entrance
gate will be prohibited.
In addition, to promote more
orderly parking, stalls will be
painted on the Miraflores Observa-
tory and picnic area parking lot.


Arkansas. Miss McClellan attended
primary and secondary schools in
Arkansas, is a graduate of Sheridan
High School, and attended Hendrix
College, Conway, Ark.
Miss McClellan succeeds Mrs.
Lois E. Harrison, who is retiring.
Mrs. Harrison has served in the
court for 7 years as chief clerk and
prior to that time served as deputy
clerk and also as secretary to the
district attorney.



JWB Featuring


Display of Art

The Jewish Welfare Board Art
Caller is displaying art work by
Neyffe de Del Valle from Colombia
until January 24, 1972.
Mrs. Del Valle's exhibit includes
still paintings and abstract art, color-
ful oils and acrylics, and colages.
The public is cordially invited to
view the exhibit from 9 a.m. to 10
p.m. at the JWB on La Boca Road.


Capt. R. H. Finch, center, master of the MV "Port Nicholson," accepts an
honorary Panama Canal Pilot's License from Capt. C. W. Lewis, Port Cap-
tain, Cristobal. At left is Patrick Johnston, representative of Payne &
Wardlaw, local agents for the "Port Nicholson." Captain Finch has tran-
sited the Canal at least 50 times since beginning his career with the Com-
monwealth and Dominion Line (subsequently renamed the Port Line) in
1928 as a deck apprentice. Captain Finch offcially retired December 29.
He and Mrs. Finch will continue to make their home in Brixham, Devon-
shire, England.



Panama Canal Spillway

DAVID S. PARKER CHARLES R. CLARK FRANK A. BALDWIN
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. SPILLWAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later than 4 p.m., Monday, the
week of publication. Only urgent material can be accepted as late as noon
Tuesday. 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 Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


Judo Champion


To Hold Clinic HE H

Here NextWeek Week Beginning Saturday, January 15, 1972


George Harris, who was named
"1971 Judo Sensei" (teacher) of the
year by Black Belt magazine, is
scheduled to visit the Canal Zone
January 21-28, to conduct Judo
clinics.
These clinics will be sponsored
by the Atlantic Isthmian Judo Club
and the Cristobal Armed Services
YMCA.
Harris won the gold medal at the
Pan American Games in 1956 and
took fifth place at the World Judo
Championships in Paris and Japan.
lie represented the United States in
the 1964 Olympics and has visited
Japan to study not only Judo but
Aikido, Karate, Toiho, and Ju-jitsu.
In December he was appointed to
the ]971 Black Belt Hall of Fame.
Harris retired from active com-
petition in the early 1960's. Since
that time he has devoted most of
his time to teaching Judo, particu-
larly Junior Judo in the United
States. He has used Judo to give
confidence to physically and men-
tally handicapped youngsters.
The clinic conducted by Harris
will include classes for both adults
and youth. Classes will be held in
both Coco Solo and Balboa and are
open to all interested judoka.
Information on reservations, fees,
and schedule for the clinic can be
obtained by calling George Mc-
Donald at 3-1749, Marie Wick at
3-14:37 or the Cristobal YMCA at
3-2163.

Rainbow Girls To Install
Officers Tomorrow Night
Ancon Assembly No. 3, Order of
tile Rainbow for Girls will hold an
open installation of officers tomor-
row at 7 p.m. in the Ancon Masonic
Temple.
Miss Susan Peters, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Peters, will be
installed as Worthy Advisor. All
Masons, Eastern Stars, Rainbow
Girls, and friends are invited to
attend.

Slide Show on Birds
Planned at Coco Solo
A slide show of birds of Panama
will be presented 7:30 p.m., Jan-
uary 17, in the all-purpose room of
the Coco Solo Elementary School
by Dr. Jaime Pujals.
The show will be followed by an
informal discussion period and light
refreshments. The public is invited
to the show, which is being spon-
sored by the Panama Audubon and
Gold Coast Orchid Societies.


JWB To Offer New

Sewing Classes
New sew-easy classes are again
being offered at the JWB-USO,
792X La Boca Road, Balboa, start-
ing January 24.
Lessons will consist of 5-weekly
sessions scheduled as follows: Be-
ginners on Monday mornings, from
9 to 11:30 a.m., starting Monday,
January 24. Intermediate on Tues-
day mornings, from 9 to 11:30 a.m.,
starting Tuesday, January 25. Ad-
vanced on Wednesday mornings,
from 9 to 11:30 a.m., starting
Wednesday, January 26.
Adv:uaced registration is required.
All interested persons should phone
the JWB at 52-5972. Discounted
fees will be applicable to depend-
ents of military enlisted personnel.


Keep This Secret
Want to get somebody's complete
attention?
Whisper!


BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-SAm., 2:30, 6:15, 8:25 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-Wild Rovers (GP)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-El Condor (R)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Red Sky At
Morning (GP)
Fri., 6:30, 8:05 p.m.-Brides Of Dracula
(G)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Sat.-Butch Cassidy And The Sundance
Kid (GP)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-119 mins.)
Sergeant's 3 (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Play Misty For Me (R)
Tues.-Guns At Batasi (G)
Wed.-The Chapman Report (GP)
Tlhurs.-Say Hello To Yesterday (GP)
Fri.-Tarzan's Jungle Rebellion (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m. (T-89
mins.)-The Time Travelers (G)
GAMBOA*
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Lone Ranger (G)
Sun.-Say Hello To Yesterday (GP)
Tues.-The Vampire Lovers (R)
Wed.-Play Misty For Me (R)
Fri.-Guns At Batasi (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Panic In
The Year Zero (G)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 7:30 p.m.-Klute (R)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-143 mins.)
-Pocketful Of Miracles (G)
Mon., 7:30 p.m.-Horror House (GP)
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-100 Rifles (R)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30 p.m.-Vanishing Point
(GP)
Fri., 7:00 p.m.-King Of The Jungle (G)

MARGARITA*
Sat.-Act Of The Heart (GP)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-113 mins.)
-The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
(G)
Sun.-The Priest's Wife (GP)
Mon.-Rachel, Rachel (GP)
Tues.-Flight Of The Phoenix (G)
Wed..-Butch Cassidy And The Sundance
Kid (GP)
Thurs.-Charlie The Lonesome Cougar
(G)
Fri.-The Aristocats (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m. (T-95
mins.)-Comedy Of Terrors (GP)
GATUN
Sat.-Night Passage (G)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-108 mins.)
-The Busy Body (G)
�AIl night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.


Sun.-A New Leaf (G)
Tues.-The Priest's Wife (GP)
Thurs.-Butch Cassidy And The Sundance
Kid (GP)
Fri.-Charlie The Lonesome Cougar (G)


Special Matinees
(G) or as listed
Saturday, January 15, 1972

BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
Seven Faces Of Dr. Lao-Tony Randall:
Drama of the inscrutable Chinese,
Dr. Lao and his unusual circus. (SIT.)
(Color.) T-107 mins.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
Horse Soldiers-John Wayrne, William
Golden: The most daring exploit of the
Civil War. (Color.) T-126 mins.
GAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Charlie The Lonesome Cougar-Brian
Russell: Walt Disney's wildlife adven-
ture. (Color.) T-82 mins.
COCO SOLO
2:00 p.m.
Rascal-Steve Forrest: Walt Disney story
of a lonely young boy who turns to his
pet racoon for companionship. Fine
family fare. (Technicolor.) T-92 mins.
MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Island Of The Blue Dolphins-Celia Kaye:
An Indian girl's incredible adventure
on a lost island. (Family Medal.)
(Color.) T-106 mins.
GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Father Goose-Ca'r Grant: A hilarious
comedy adventure of an unshaven
beachcomber. (Color.) T-121 mins.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G-All ages
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. (t)-Re-
peat. SIT-Spanish titles.
Descriptive remarks furnished from the
best information obtainable.


SATURDAY, JANUARY 15
1:00)-Sesame Street
2:00-Parade of Sports
4:30-Tournament of Champions
5:30-World of Skiing
6:00-Weekend '72
6:15-Age of Aquarius
7:05-Thin Man
7 :30-Felony Squad
8:00-8 O'Clocl Report
8:05-Jimmy Dean
t:00-QuI Pasa
'):05-Greatest Show on Earth
10:00-Focus On Today
1015-Professional Boxing

SUNDAY, JANUARY 16
1:00-The Christophers
1:15-Boss Toad (Religious Special)
1:45-Camera Three
2:15-To be announced
2:30-Super Bowl
4:45-American Sportsman
5:30-Wide, Wide World
6:00-Clionicle
6:40 -Doris Day
7:05--Rawhide
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8 05-Perry Mason
9:00-Que Pasa
9:05-Kraft Music Hall
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15 -This Is The Life
10: 15-On Campus
11:15-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, JANUARY 17
4:30-Sesame Street
5:30-Bill Anderson




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HABITS!


6:00-Dateline
6:40-Here's Lucy
7:05-Bonanza
8.00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Laugh-In
9:00 -Qu6 Pasa
9:05-Dick Powell
10:00-Focus on Today
10:19-Dick Cavett

TUESDAY, JANUARY 18
4:30-Captain Kangaroo
5:30-Andy Griffith
0:00-Dateline
6:40-Strangers in Their Own Land-
Chicanos
7.05-Glen Campbell
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-National Geographic Society
(Special)
Q:0(ll-Qu Pasa
9:05-Bracken's World
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Dick Cavett

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19
*1:30-Matinee Theater:
"Six Shootin' Sheriff"
5:30-Animal Kingdom
6:0(--Dateline
6:40-Mayberry R.F.D.
7:05-High Chaparral
8.00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Bill Cosby
8:30-It Was a Very Good Year
9:00-Qu6 Pasa
9:05-Carol Burnett
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Dick Cavett

THURSDAY, JANUARY 20
4:3(1-Captain Kangaroo
5:30-This Is Your Life
i 00--Dateline
6:40--My Three Sons
7:05-Flip Wilson
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Report
9:00 -Que Pasa
9.05--Dean Martin
10.00-Focus on Today
10:15-Dick Cavett

FRIDAY, JANUARY 21
-1:30-Cartoon Carnival
5:30-Directions '72
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Charlie Chaplin
7:05--Daniel Boone
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-SCN Special of the Week
9:00-Que Pasa
9:05-Naked City
10:00--Focus on Today
10:15-Fridav Feature:
"The Wake of the Red Witch"


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January 14, 1972


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


For 26 Years of Service


Isthmians Will Honor


Bishop Gooden Tonisht


The Right Reverend Reginald
Heber Gooden, Bishop of the
Missionary Diocese of Panama and
the Canal Zone Episcopal Church,
will be honored tonight at a tes-
tinionial in Balboa Stadium.
Bishop Cooden, who has served
the Isthmus for 26 years, will leave
next month for the United States
where he will be assistant bishop of
the Diocese of Louisiana. Suceeding
him here will be the Venerable
Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector of St.
Paul's Church in Panama City.

Lieutenant Governor To Speak
Canal Zone Lt. Gov. Charles R.
Clark will head the list of speaker
at the testimonial, which is sched-
uled to begin at 7:30 p.m. Msgr.
Carlos Lewis, Catholic Auxiliary
Bishop of Panama and Chairman of
the Ecumenical Committee of Pan-
ama and the Canal Zone will speak
in Spanish. Representatives of nu-
merous organizations that Bishop
Gooden has been associated with
will participate in the program.
During his tenure on the Isthmnus,
Bishop Gooden has been active in
many local civic and charitable
organizations. He is chairman of the
board of directors of Bella Vista
Children's Home, a member of the
Order of the Masterkey of the Pan-
ama Canal, is chairman of the
membership committee of the Bal-
boa Armed Services YMCA and a
member of the Breakers Club. He
has served with the United Fund
of Panama, on the Board of Trustees
of the National Council of Volun-
teers and the Christian Ecumenical
Committee of which he was its first
president. He is president of the
board of the Episcopal School of
Panama, Christ Church Diocesan
Academy and the Episcopal Insti-
tute of St. Christopher and a found-
ing member of an interdenomina-
tional home for the aged in Colon.

Improved Understanding
He has translated a number of
hooks into Spanish and has under-
written scholarships for hundreds of
Panamanian children in the diocesan
schools founded or presided over by
him. Bishop Gooden has contrib-
uted much to improve understand-
ing between the people of various
nationalities and racial backgrounds
on the Isthmus.
A native of Long Beach, Calif.,
Bishop Gooden is a graduate of
Harvard Military Academy and
Stanford University and Berkeley
Divinity School in New Haven,
Conn. After being ordained to the
Deaconate in Long Beach in 1934,
he went to the University of Madrid,
Spain, for graduate work and served
as honorary assistant chaplain at the
British Embassy Chapel in Madrid.
Ordained in Havana
In 1935. he went to the Missionary
District of Cuba where he was or-
dained to the priesthood in Havana

Entry Applications
Available in Gamboa
Applications for advance author-
isation to enter the Canal Zone,
Form 90, are now available at the
Housing Office, Building 58 in
Gamboa, for the convenience of
residents of Gamboa.
These forms, which must be
signed by the employee, are also
available at the General Services
Branch in the Administration Build-
ing and at LHousing Offices on both
sides of the Isthmus.


The Right Reverend
Reginald Heber Gooden


and served as priest-in-charge of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in
Camagiey 1935-39. From 1939 to
1945, he was dean of Holy Trinity
Cathedral, Havana, and was con-
secrated Bishop of Panama and the
Canal Zone in 1945. He was also
Bishop in charge of the Missionary
District of Central America in 1957
and Bishop-in-charge of Ecuador
1961-64.
lie and his wife, the former Vic-
toria Elena Fernmndez Mendia y
Beaumont of Cuba, have two sons,
Reginald Heber, Jr., a professor at
California Polytechnic, San Luis
Obispo, Calif., and H. Richard, an
assistant vice president of the First
National City Bank of New York.


Rock Musical Opens

At SurFside Theatre
'The Last Sweet Days of Isaac,"
a modern rock musical, opened at
the Surfside Theatre Wednesday
and will continue until Saturday,
January 22.
Directed by Davis HernAndez,
the off Broadway hit features Denis
Daily in the title role and Eve Desi-
mone in the female lead, Alice.
Peter Stephens is assisting as music
director.
Music and songs are interpreted
by a group called the Zeitgeist.
Admission to the production,
which the New York Post called
"a happy surprise," is free, but
reservations are necessary. They
may be made by calling 87-2457.


Balboa Lions

Distributing

Miniature Tags
Now that the over-the-counter
issuance of 1972 automobile license
plates has begun, the Balboa Lions
Club is distributing key chains at-
tached to miniature plastic license
plates at the License Section in the
Civil Affairs Building.
Key chains that are not distri-
buted personally will be mailed to
the postal addresses of all purchasers
of license plates. Lost car keys can
be identified by these miniature
plates and returned by a simple
check with the License Section.
Donations from recipients of the
key chains are used by the Lions
Club for its year-round work with
the visually handicapped. Purchasers
of license plates may make their
voluntary contributions at the Li-
cense Section to a representative of
the club or may mail it in a
self-addressed envelope which is
provided.

Diablo Spinning

Club To Elect

Officers Tonight
The election of club officers and
members to the board of governors
will highlight the annual meeting of
the Diablo Spinning Club, to be
held 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Canal
Zone Police Lodge on Chiva Chiva
IRoad.
Other purposes of the meeting
are to amend the club's constitu-
tion and bylaws and to consider any
other business brought before the
membership. Annual dues of $5 and
ramp fees of $15 for 1972 may also
be paid tonight, which is the dead-
line for making payment. New keys
and decals will be issued upon pay-
ment of dues. Locks at the club's
facilities will be changed before
6 a.m. tomorrow.
Preceding the meeting, free cock-
tails will be served, from 6 to 6:30
p.m., followed by dinner. For re-
servations call the manager of the
Police Lodge, 87-6293, between
7 a.m. and 4 p.m. or George A.
Black, Jr., at 52-5524 after 4:30
p.m.

Retirement Party Canceled
A retirement party which had
been planned for January 15 in
honor of Dr. Willard F. French,
Chief of the Ancon Dental Clinic,
has been canceled. Dr. French
will leave the Isthmus later than
originally planned.


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Six new members recently were initiated into the Costa
de Oro Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society
at Crislobal Junior High School. Initiates are, left to
right: Janet Katsumoto, Mary Jane La Roche, Clara
Stone, Lourdes SuArcz, Mark Perusse, and Richard
Ramos. All are in grade eight at Cristohal Junior High


37 Employees Close


PC Careers in Dec.


A total of 37 employees of the
Canal organization retired during
December. Among these employees
closing their Canal careers were
nine U.S. citizens, the majority leav-
ing the Canal with more than 25
ears service to their credit.
Dean in years of service of those
retiring was James N. Morgan, a
leader laborer cleaner in the Supply
Division, who had a total of 51 years
and 16 days of service. Morgan's
official service goes back to Decem-
ber 1920 but he first started to work
in 1918 when he was 10 years old
setting up targets at the old
YMCA in Paraiso. For the past 20
years, he was employed at the
Balboa Theater.
Cuillermo E. Perez B, guard in
the Division of Storehouses, had
more than 39 years service to his
credit and Samuel Ogarro, a cook
at the Canal Zone Mental Health
Center, had more than 37 years of
Canal service.
.Those who retired in December,
their years of Government service
and the positions they held are as
follows:
Charles A. Barnes (R.I.P.), Supply
Clerk, Industrial Division, Atlan-
tic side: 31 years 8 months 1 day.
Mrs. May A Battist, Cook, Supply
Division, Atlantic side: 29 years
7 months 17 days.
William V. Butler, Supervisory
Control House Operator; Locks
Division, Pacific side: 23 years 6
months 2 days.
Luther Davis, Linehandler, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 32 years
9 months 10 days.
William R. Dixon, General Foreman
(Automotive Vehicle Operator),
Motor Transportation Division,
Atlantic side: 30 years 11 months
8 days.
Herman J. Feurtado, Time and
Leave Supervisor, Terminals Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 33 years 8
months 19 days.
Frank S. Flumach, Lead Foreman
(Electrical Instrument Repair),
Electrical Division, Pacific side:
24 years 2 months 12 days.
Mrs. Mildred P. de Foster, Food
Service Worker, Supply Division,
Pacific side: 9 years 2 months 21
days.
Charles R. Francis, Maintenance-
man (Boats), Industrial Division,
Atlantic side: 27 years 5 months
5 days.
Dr. Willard F. French, Chief, Den-
tal Service-Gorgas Hospital, Pa-


School. The National Junior Honor Society selects mem-
bers on the basis of excellence in leadership, scholarship,
character, service, and citizenship. The NJHS at Cris-
tobal Junior High School is under the direction of
Robert Berger.


cific side, 29 years 6 months 6
days.
Mrs. Wilhelmina K. Galloway, Ac-
counting Technician, Accounting
Division, Office of the Comptrol-
ler, Pacific side: 30 years 4 months
18 days.
Pedro Garay, Lead Foreman (Oper-
ations-Lockwall), Locks Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 30 years 10
months 25 days.
William E. Grant, Deckhand (Boat-
swain), Navigation Division, At-
lantic side: 31 years 3 months 27
days.
Mrs. Olga E. Haynes, Presser (Gar-
ment), Supply Division, Pacific
side: 26 years 4 days.
Mack B. Hicks, Detective, Police
Division, Pacific side: 28 years 7
months 12 days.
Arthur A. Lewis, Truckdriver, Motor
Transportation Division, Atlantic
side: 33 years 3 months 22 days.
McCarty Lovence, Leader (Ship
Stevedoring), Terminals Division,
Atlantic side: 24 years 10 months
11 days.
Evans S. McClain, Linehandler
(Deckhand), Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 32 years 10 months
8 days.
Frank G. McGilberry, Pilot, Navi-
gation Division, Atlantic side: 27
years 1 month 4 days.
Alexander Melbourne, Chauffeur,
Motor Transportation Division,
Pacific side: 32 -years 2 nionths
20 days.
Hermenegildo Moreno, Boatman,
Dredging Division, Pacific side:
30 years 9 months 7 days.
James N. Morgan, Leader Laborer
Cleaner, Supply Division, Pacific
side: 51 years 16 days.
Miss Alberta Nelson, Laborer
(Cleaner) Community Services
Division, Pacific side: 9 years 2
months 19 days.
Samuel Ogarro, Cook, Canal Zone
Mental Health Center, Pacific
side: 37 years 23 days.
Darrell A. Palmes, Maintenanceman,
Supply Division, Pacific side: 30
years 6 months 29 days.
Guillermo E. P6rez B., Guard, Divi-
sion of Storehouses, Pacific side:
39 years 2 months 9 days.
Monroe T. Phillips, Senior Operator
(Generating Station), Engineering
Division, Pacific side: 19 ears
9 months 18 days.
Alejandro Pinz6n, Boatman (Locks),
Locks Division, Pacific side: 26
years 5 months 19 days.
Pablo Reyes A., Painter, Railroad
Division, Pacific side: 31 years 11
months 23 days.
Thomas C. Robertson, Supervisory
Electrical Engineer Technician
(Supervisory North District, Work
Branch) Electrical Division, At-
lantic side: 28 vears 3 months
16 days.
Juan Ruiz, Linehandler, Locks Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 24 years 5
months 1 day.
Milkhi Singh, Leader Dock Steve-
doring, Terminals Division, Atlan-
tic side: 36 ears 11 months 4
days.
Stephen N. McClean, School Bus-
driver, Motor Transporation Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 30 years 3
months 15 days.
Ferdinand C. Treleaven, Painter,
Maintenance Division, Atlantic
side: 32 ears 3 months 8 days.
Colbert N. Tweed, Stevedore, Ter-
minals Division, Atlantic side: 23
years 5 months 27 days.
Silverio Villafranco, Linehandler,
Locks Division, Atlantic side: 31
years 16 days.
Carlos A. Victoria, Linehandler
(Deckhand), Navigation Division,
Atlantic side: 28 years 6 months
27 days.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 14, 1972


Dentists To Attend


Annual N

Leading dentists from Panama,
South America and the United
States, including the president of
the American Dental Association,
will attend the 42d annual session
of the Panama Canal Zone Dental
Society, January 21-23.
The meeting will be held in con-
junction with the Odontological
Association of Panama.
Meeting headquarters will be at
the Fort Amador Officer's Club and
scientific sessions will be held in
the new auditorium of the School
of Dentistry at the University of
Panama. Rodrigo Eisenmann, Dean
of the School of Dentistry, will
address one of the scientific sessions.
ADA President Dr. Carl A.
Laughlin of Clarksburg, W. Va., one
of the guests of honor, will speak
at the opening session, which will
be called to order by Col. Wallace
L. Lancaster, USARSO Dental Sur-
geon and president of the local
society. Another guest of honor will
be Dr. Joseph P. Cappuccio of Bal-
timore, Md., who is the Fourth Dis-
trict trustee of the American Dental
Association.
Other speakers at the scientific
sessions will be: Col. Wilfred B.
Bell, Chief, Department of Dentist-
ry, Fitzsimmons General Hospital,
Denver. Colo.; Col. Andrew Chis-


Charles H. Taylor


meeting

topher, Assistant Staff Director and
Dental Representative of the De-
fense Medical Material Board, De-
partment of Defense; and W. Harry
Archer, Head, Department of Oral
Surgery and Professor of Oral Sur-
gery and Anesthesia, University of
Pittsburgh.
Simultaneous translation into
Spanish of all scientific portions of
the program will be made available
courtesy of the Odontological Asso-
ciation of Panama.
Social events to be held in con-
nection with the meeting will in-
clude a cocktail party Friday even-
ing at the Fort Amador Officer's
Club and a dinner dance at the
Union Club in Panama Saturday
night.


BHS Bulldogs

Dominate 1971

All-Star Team
The high scoring Balboa High
School Bulldogs, 1971 interscholas-
tic basketball champions with a
record of six wins and no losses,
dominate the All-Zone basketball
team with three selections.
Canal Zone College and Cristobal
High School each placed one man
on the team. The four unanimous
selections are: Fred Bales, CZC;
Jim Downs, BHS; Jeff Gilchrist,
BHS; Pat Grymala, BHS; Harry
Iolt, CHS.
The All-Zone selections will see
action in the Canal Zone College
Basketball tournament now under-
way with finals to be played 7 p.m.,
Saturday at Balboa Gymnasium.

Mobile X-Ray Unit
To Be at C.Z. College
The Mobile Chest X-ray Unit
will be at Canal Zone College from
8 a.m. to 8 p.m., January 18 and 19.
All Canal Zone College students
are urged to get their annual chest
X-rays at that time. No appointment
is needed and the X-rays are free.


Charles H. Taylor, a Panama
Canal Pilot, was elected to the
office of Illustrious Potentate of
Abou Saad Temple, Ancient Arabic
Order of the Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine, at the recent annual
meeting.
Taylor is a member of Sojourners
Lodge A.F. & A.M., Illustrious Mas-
ter of the Canal Zone Council No. I
York Rite Bodies, a 32d degree
Mason of the Scottish Rite, and
Associate Patron of Royal Palm
Chapter No. 2, Order of the Eastern
Star.
He is a native of McLeansboro,
Ill., and is a son of the late John
and Flora E. Taylor. Prior to his
coming to the Canal Zone he sailed
as Master for Victory Carriers, Inc.
of New York. He was employed as
a Panama Canal Pilot in 1959. He
resides in Corozal with his wife,
L'Dora, son, Gregory Alan, and
daughter, Pami Jo.
Other officers elected for 1972
are: Davis Stevenson, Chief Rab-
ban; Russell E. Hoogland, Assistant
Rabban; David E. Stocker, High
Priest and Prophet; Julius Miller,
Oriental Guide; Charles D. Laval-
lee, P.P., Treasurer; and Robert J.
Saarinen, Recorder.


College Club

Senior Night

Being Planned
The Caribbean College Club will
hold its Annual Senior Night at 7:30
p.m., January 18, at the Cristobal
Woman's Club Building in Marga-
rita at which time all the seniors
of Cristobal High School and their
parents will be honored guests.
A panel of guest speakers will
discuss the preparation and merits
of their respective professions and
skills.
One of the main purposes of the
club is the furthering of the educa-
tion of deserving students.
Every year the club awards scho-
larships to seniors at Cristobal High
School, with funds obtained from
the proceeds of the Annual Country
Fair held at Rancho Ramos.
The cochairmen of Senior Night
are: Mrs. J. Bialkowski and Miss
Evelyn Cobber. Mrs. M. Hoffman
heads the hostess committee.


Foster Parents

Are Available
Carefully selected foster parents
are available for children in the
Canal Zone.
Children whose parents are tem-
porarily unable to care for them be-
cause of illness, tragedy, or unusual
family stress can now be cared for
by selected voluntary foster parents.
This is a community service avail-
able to persons working in the Canal
Zone and their dependents.
For information call: Atlantic side
YMCA 43-2164. Pacific side Social
Services 52-3112. Or write to:
Foster Care, Box 5096 Cristobal,
C.Z., or Foster Care, Box 1948
Balboa, C.Z.

Pen Women To Open Show
The National League of American
Pen Women, Canal Zone and Pan-
ama Branch announces the opening
of a new general show tomorrow
at the Little Gallery in the Civil
Affairs Building. Members are re-
minded that paintings must be
picked up and delivered between 9
and 10:30 a.m. the same day at the
Little Gallery.


The Balboa High School interscholastic champion
basketball team is shown with the coach and school
officials. Front row, left to right: Clyde A. Willman,
principal of Balboa High School; Cleve D. Oliver,
coach; WN. T. Antone, supervisor of Balboa gymnasium;
second row: Roy Reyes, Pat Grymala, Robert Tapp,


Atlantic Civic Council


Leader Is Outdoorsman


A keen interest in civic affairs
and some previous experience in
politics, led Lee M. Tomlin, super-
visory medical technologist at Coco
Solo Hospital, to run for office in
the Coco Solo-France Field Civic
Council.
Shortly after his arrival on the
Isthmus 2"' years ago, he was
elected president of the council and
is now serving the second half of
his 2-year term.
To Tomlin, the Canal Zone is one
of the most interesting stops in his
career of traveling which has led
him from his birthplace of Perry,
Ill., to Alaska, Missouri and Penn-
sylvania. This is his first experience
in living in the tropics and he says
he is enjoying it.
When he is not working in the
laboratory at Coco Solo Hospital,
Tomlin is likely to be SCUBA diving
off the Atlantic coast of Panama or


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Lee M. Tomlin

Balboa YMCA Announces
New Spanish Courses
The school of Spanish at the Bal-
boa YMCA announces classes will
begin on January 25 and continue
through March 24.
Registration for beginners and
intermediate I students is now being
taken at the front desk of the Balboa
YMCA.
These courses carry no college
credits. They are aimed at those
persons who are interested in learn-
ing Spanish for day-to-day use. The
instructor will be Robert Schultz.


taking part in some of the little
theatre activities on the Atlantic
s.de. He also sings in the Margarita
Union Church choir.
Although he has always been a
swimmer, he did not become inter-
ested in SCUBA diving until he
arrived in the tropics. He enjoys it
mainly because it gets him outside
and gives him a change of pace.
A veteran of both the U.S. Navy
and Air Force, Tomlin received his
bachelor of science in education
degree at the University of Missouri
in 1963 and is certified as a medical
technologist by the American So-
ciety of Clinical Pathologists. He
also is a member of the American
Society of Medical Technologists.
Tomlin, with his wife and step-
son Michael Williams, came to the
Canal Zone from Pittsburgh, Pa.,
where he was in charge of the
Washington Hospital School of
Medical Technology. They live in
Coco Solo where young Michael
is a freshman in Cristobal High
School.


Medical Tech

Applications

Being Accepted
The Personnel Bureau is accept-
ing applications for the next training
program of the Gorgas Hospital
School of Medical Technology
scheduled to begin July 1. Six 1-year
trainee positions will be filled.
The 1-year training program was
established in 1952 to provide quali-
fied medical technologists for the
Canal Zone hospitals. Graduates
who pass the Gorgas Hospital final
examination are eligible to take the
medical technologist examination ad-
ministered by the Board of Registry
of the American Society of Clinical
Pathologists.
Those who pass both examina-
tions may be offered full-time em-
ployment as medical technologists
NM-5 either in Gorgas or Coco Solo
Hospital, as vacancies occur, with
promotional opportunity to NM-7
in 1 year for fully satisfactory
employees.
To qualify for the training pro-
gram, applicants must be able to
read and understand English, and
must have 3 years (90 semester
hours or 135 quarter hours) of col-
lege or university training consisting
of:
A minimum of 16 semester hours
or 24 quarter hours of acceptable
chemistry courses including at least
2 semesters or 3 quarters of general
college chemistry courses, including
lecture and laboratory; a minimum
of 16 semester hours or 24 quarter
hours in biological science; a mini-
mum of 1 semester or 1 quarter of
college mathematics.
It is recommended that the fol-
lowing be included in the college
courses taken:
1. One semester of quantitative
analytical chemistry.
2. One semester of a basic bac-
teriology course which included lec-
tures and laboratory.
3. One semester of physics.
Anyone interested in applying for
this program should do so imme-
diately, since all applications must
be sent to the American Society of
Clinical Pathology located in the
United States for an evaluation of
academic credits.
Interested applicants may contact
Mrs. Maria T. Smith at the Panama
Canal Personnel Office located in
Building 366, Ancon, C.Z. (Tele-
phones 52-7867 or 52-7996) no
later than January 31.


Jeff Gilchrist, Paul Rodgers, and Don Husted; third
row: Jim Downs, Carlos Redhead, Bob Nossov, and
Corky Hildreth; top row: Jim Jennings, manager, Scott
Griffith, Doug Nesbitt, and Rick Simmons. Not shown
are Richard Marohl and Sam Raye, manager.


Page 4


Shriners Elect


Charles Taylor

New Potentate


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Mas de 57 Ahos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Vol. X, No. 31


V Empleados c/el Canal


Various Empleados del Canal


Terminan Curso en Panama-


Hace 3 aiios, llegaban al Instituto
Tecnol6gico TomAs Gabriel Duque,
de la ciudad de PanamA, cuatro em-
pleados de la Divisi6n de Dragado
del Canal de PanamA. Su prop6sito
era matricularse en el Curso de
Electricidad Residencial e Industrial
que se dicta en ese plantel, para
obtener el titulo de artesanos espe-
cializados en esa rama.
En esos moments empezaba a
operar una estrecha colaboraci6n
entire esos hombres y la empresa del
Canal, con el fin de capacitarlos para
efectuar mejor sus deberes v brin-
darles una oportunidad de progre-
sar. Ellos se comprometian a estu-
diar con ahinco v sacar las mejores
notas posibles. El Canal por su
parte prometia pagarles sus studios
si los terminaban con 6xito.
Recientemente, los cuatro em-
pleados entregaban con much or-
gullo sus diplomas a Walter W.
Fade, Jefe de la Divisi6n de Dra-
gado quien los felicitaba por haber
logrado el titulo de artesanos espe-
cializados.
Los lugares de origen de dichos
empleados son variados, pero todos
nacieron en la Repiblica de Pana-
mA. Uno de ellos, Jorge T. Vas-
quez D., naci6 en ]a bella poblaci6n
de Pedast, en la Provincia de Los
Santos y tiene 10 aios de servicios
al Canal. Andr6s Carrasquilla Cen-
teno naci6 en ]a Isla de San Miguel,
en el Archipi6lago de Las Perlas v
tambi6n tiene unos 10 afos de ser-
vicios al Canal. Juan S. Diaz, naci6
y ha vivido today su vida en La Cho-
rrera, lugar donde resident muchos
de los empleados del Canal; tam-
bi6n ha servido en el Canal por unos
10 afios. El otro es Dionisio Ara'iz
Casas, nacido en Chiriqui v resi-
dente actual de Ia poblaci6n de


Chlibre. Tiene alreedor de 4 aflos
de trabajar con el Canal.
Los tres primcros son encargados
de mantenimiento de sistemas de
distribucion de energia el6ctrica, el
otro es obrero y todos prestan servi-
cios con la Divisi6n de Dragado.
Uno de ellos, Jorge VAsquez, re-
sume las impresiones de sus compa-
ieros asi: "Gracias a la beca que
nos concedi6 el Canal de PanamA,
hemos avanzado en nuestra prepa-
raci6n y ahora, catalogados como
artesanos especializados, vemos el
futuro con mavor tranquilidad v
optimismo.


Club de Leones

De Balboa Inicia

Campana Social
Al haberse iniciado la entrega de
las places de autom6viles de 1972,
el Club de Leones de Balboa ha
comenzado la distribuci6n de los
tradicionales llaveros con su plaqui-
ta plastic en la Secci6n de Licen-
cias del Edificio de Asuntos Civiles.
Ios Ilaveritos que no sean entre-
gados personalmente seran envia-
dos por correo a la direcci6n postal
de los que hayan comprado placa
para sus autom6viles. Las Haves de
autom6viles que se pierdan podrAn
ser identificadas por medio de las
plaquitas que Ilevan los llaveros y
serin devueltas con s61o averiguar
la direcci6n con la Secei6n de
Licencias.
Debido a que esto constitute un
medio important en la recolecci6n
de fondos para levar a cabo du-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Hoy OFrecen Despedida


Al Obispo R. H. Gooden
Esta noche, en el Estadio de servido con el Fondo Unido de Pa-
Balboa, se rendirA un homenaje nama, con el Consejo del Servicio
p6iblico al Muy Reverendo Reginald Nacional de Voluntarios y con el
Heber Gooden, Obispo de la Di6- Comit6 Ecum6nico Cristiano del
cesis Misional de PanamA y la Zona cual fue primer president. Es pre-
del Canal. sidente de la junta del Colegio
El Obispo Cooden, quien ha ser- Episcopal de PanamA, de la Acade-
vido en el Istmo durante 26 afios, mia Diocesana de la Iglesia de Cris-
partira el mes entrante para los Es- to y del Instituto Episcopal San
tados Unidos donde sera Obispo Crist6bal, ademais de ser miembro
Auxiliar de la Di6cesis de Louisia- fundador del Hogar Interdenomi-
na. Lo reemplazara aqui el Venera- national de Ancianos en la cindad
ble Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector de de Col6n.
la Iglesia de San Pablo de la ciudad Ha traducido various libros al es-
de PanamA. pafiol y financiado becas para cen-
El Vicegobernador de la Zona tenares de nifios panameiios en las
del Canal Charles R. Clark serA el escuelas diocesanas fundadas o pre-
orador principal en ingles durante sididas por 61. El Obispo Gooden
la ceremonia que debera comenzar ha contribuido grandemente a que
a las 7:30 p.m. Monsefior Carlos se Ileven mejor las gentes de diver-
Ambrosio Lewis, Obispo Auxiliar de sas nacionalidades y razas del Istmo.
PanamA y Presidente del Comite Nacido en Long Beach, Califor-
Ecuminico de PanamA y la Zona nia, el Obispo Gooden se gradu6 en
del Canal, serA el orador principal la Academia Militar de Harvard, en
en espafiol. Representantes de nu- la Universidad Stanford y en la Es-
merosas organizaciones con las que cuela de la Divinidad de Berkeley.
ha estado asociado el Obispo Luego de ordenarse en 1934, asisti6
Gooden tambi6n participant en el a la Universidad de Madrid, Espa-
programa. fia, donde hizo trabajos de post
Durante su permanencia en el grado y sirvi6 como ayudante cape-
Istmo, el Obispo Gooden ha toma- liAn honorario en la Capilla de la
do parte active en numerosas orga- Embajada de Inglaterra en Madrid.
nizaciones locales, tanto civicas En 1935, fue destinado al Distrito
como caritativas. Es president de Misional de Cuba, donde recibi6 las
la junta directive del Hogar de 6rdenes saoerdotales en La Habana.
Nifias de Bella Vista, en la ciudad Sirvi6 como sacerdote resident en
de Panama; miembro de la Orden la Iglesia Episcopal de San Pablo
de la Llave Maestra del Canal de en Camagiiey de 1935 a 1939. De
PanamA; president del comit6 de 1939 a 1945 fue deAn de la Cate-
membrecia del YMCA de Balboa, y dral de la Santisima Trinidad en
miembro del Club Breakers. Ha (Continua en la pdgina 4)


Walter W. Fade (en el ceniro), Jefe
cuatro empleados de dicha division,
recibieron al completar un curso de ele
tomaron en el Instituto Tecnol6gico T
Panama. De izquierda a derecha apa
Juan S. Diaz, Fade, Dionisio Ara


Conferencia Sobre

Aves de Panama

Habra en Coco Solo
Una charla ilustrada con trans-
parencias, sobre aves de Panama,
serA presentada por el Dr. Jaime
Pujals, a las 7:30 p.m. del 17 de
diciembre en la Escuela Primaria
de Coco Solo.
La exposici6n serAl seguida de
una discusi6n informal y luego se
serviirn refrescos. El piblico esta
invitado a visitar esta exposicion.
Esta aotividad es patrocinada por
las sociedades Audubon de PanamA
y de Amantes de las Orquideas del
sector Atlantico.


La Oficina de Personal esti acep-
lando solicitudes de personas inte-
resadas en ingresar al pr6ximo pro-
grama de adiestramiento de la Es-
cuela de Tecnologia M6,dica del
Hospital Gorgas, que deberA co-
menzar el 19 de julio de 1972. Se
deberAn Ilenar seis vacantes de
estudiantes en adiestramiento.
Dicho program de adiestramien-
to, de 1 afio de duraci6n, fue esta-
blecido en 1952 con el fin de pro-
porcionar tecn6logos mbdicos cali-
ficados a los hospitals de la Zona
del Canal. Los que aprueben los
examenes finales del curso de adies-
tramiento del Hospital Gorgas serin
considerados elegibles para presen-
tar examenes ante la Junta de Admi-
si6n de la Sociedad Americana de
Pat6logos Clinicos.
Quienes aprueben ambos exAme-
nes podrAn recibir una oferta de
empleo de tiempo complete como
Tecn6logos M6dicos, NM-5, en el
Hospital Gorgas o en el Hospital
Coco Solo, seg6n se presented las
vacantes, con oportunidades de as-
ccnso a NM-7 en 1 afio, para los
empleados que presten servicios de


Viernes 14 de Enero de 1972


Comenz6 Anoche

La Exposicion

i De Automoviles
Residents de la Rep6blica de
PanamA v de la Zona del Canal
tienen la oportunidad de ver los
Siltimos models de autos en la pri-
mera mitad de la Exposici6n de
Autos del Fondo Unido que se
S ' ", ' inaugur6 anoche en la pista de pa-
. 'tinaje cerca del Muelle 18 en
Balboa.
AdemAis de los autom6viles que
SestAn exhibiendo agencies automo-
,- ' vilisticas en PanamA, la exposici6n
tiene tambien autos formula de ca-
A - rA abierta al p6lblico de 5 a 10 p.m.
S. b~ oy y de 2 a 10 p.m. el sAbado y el
' - domingo.
SLa segunda mitad de la exposi-
S-cion automovilistica de este afio
ser l del 20 al 23 de enero.


Fiesta de Despedida

Ha Sido Cancelada
T.IN 4Una fiesta de despedida que ha-
._.- bia sido plane�ada para el 15 de
de la Divisi6n de Dragado, felicita a enero en honor del Dr. Willard F.
que le muestran los certificados que French, Jefe de la Clinica Dental
ectricidad residential e industrial que de Anc6n, ha sido cancelada.
omas Gabriel Duque de la ciudad de El Dr. French partirA del Istmo
recent: Andrds Carrasquilla Centeno, mAs tarde de lo que originalmente
iu Casas y Jorge T. VAsquez D. habia planeado.


De Interes Para los que


Trabajen el Domingo 16


La Rep6blica de PanamA Ilevara
a cabo su primer censo electoral,
entire las 7 a.m. y las 7 p.m. del
pr6ximo domingo.
Todos los residents de la Zona
del Canal que tengan la necesidad
de ir a la Republica, antes de las
3 p.m. del domingo, en asuntos
esenciales, deberin obtener ese dia
tn pase en las estaciones de policia
de Balboa o de Crist6bal, exponien-
do las razones que tienen para salir
del Area de la Zona del Canal. Estos


passes llevarAn la leyenda "En Tran-
sito".
En las estaciones de policia de
Balboa y de Crist6bal habrA repre-
sentantes del Jefe de la Policia Mili-
tar que atenderAn las solicitudes de
pases que hagan los miembros del
personal military y civil del Coman-
do Sur de los Estados Unidos.
Todos los residents de la Rep6-
blica de PanamA debern permane-
cer en sus hogares hasta que sean
empadronados. Los ciudadanos pa-
namefios que resident en la Zona del
Canal deberan registrarse en el Pa-
lacio Legislativo, con su cedula ese
dia, el lunes o el martes si no han
podido ser atendidos el domingo.
En el sector Atlintico, deberin re-
gistrarse en la Escuela Porfirio
Melendez.
Los que resident en PanamA, pero
tienen que presentarse a trabajar el
domingo, deberAin empadronarse por
adelantado, hoy o mariana, entire
las 7 a.m. y las 7 p.m. Para tener
derecho a empadronarse antes, los
empleados deberAn presentar una
carta de su supervisor en que se
declare que deberan trabajar el
domingo.
Los empleados de las demAs
agencies Federales, contratistas,
clubes privados y otras entidades
tambi6n deberan solicitar permiso o
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Instalardn Letreros
De No Se Estacione
Letreros de No Se Estacione (No
Parking) sernn instalados en la en-
trada de la Planta Purificadora de
Miraflores. SerA prohibido el esta-
cionamiento en la calle a una dis-
tancia de 250 pies de la entrada
principal. AdemAs, para promover
un estacionamiento mAs ordenado,
pintaran lines en el Observatorio
de Miraflores y en el estaciona-
miento del Area de meriendas.


manera completamente satisfactoria.
Para powder entrar a este progra-
ma de adiestramiento, los interesa-
dos deberAn leer y entender el in-
gl6s y haber completado 3 afios
(90 horas semestre o 135 horas tri-
mestre), de studios universitarios
consistentes en: un minimo de 16
horas semestre o 24 horas trimestre,
de curses de quimica universitaria
general, tanto de teoria como de
laboratorio; un minimo de 16 horas
semestre o 24 horas trimestre, en
biologia y un minimo de 1 semestre
o 1 trimestre de matemAtica uni-
versitaria.
Se recomienda encarecidamente
que las siguientes materials hayan
sido incluidas en los cursos tomados:
1. Un semestre de quimica cuan-
titativa analitica.
2. Un semestre de un curso de bac-
teriologia bAsica que hay:'
cluido teoria y laboratorio.
3. Un semestre de fisica.
Se hace 6nfasis en que los intere-
sados en hacer su solicited para in-
gresar a este program deben ha-
cerlo inmediatamente, pues todas
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


El Gorgas Anuncia Curso


Para Tecn6logos Medicos


- L
I OL" Liiirr










SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 14, 1972


Gente en la Noticia


Luis Alberto Coco, vendedor en la
Secci6n de Articulos del Hogar del
Almacdn de Balboa, es el mAs joven
de cinco hermanos. Su abuelo, Pe-
dro Coco, vino a PanamA muy joven
en 1889 y se dedic6 al comercio en
la poblaci6n de Nuevo Emperador,
donde sirvi6 a los hombres que cons-
truian el Canal de PanamA. Alli mu-
ri6 y en ese lugar vive todavia su
abuela, Sra. Candida vda. de Coco.
Su padre, Alfredo Coco, es capataz
de una cuadrilla de trabajadores de
las Esclusas de Pedro Miguel y resi-
de en la poblaci6n de Pedro Miguel
en uni6n de su esposa, Sra. Luz
Maria Perez de Coco, en uni6n de
varies de sus hijos: Gloria Isabel
Coco de Voyck, quien estA tempo-
ralmente en casa de sus padres; Al-
fredo, empleado de la Secci6n de
Articulos para el Hogar del Alma-
c6n de Balboa, y Luis Alberto, quien
es el personaje que nos ocupa en
esta cr6nica. Otra hermana, la Sra.
Gilda Marina Coco de Espino, resi-
de en uni6n de su esposo, Ing. Har-
modio Espino, del Institute de
Acueductos y Alcantarillados Na-
cionales de la Repdblica de Pana-
mA. El otro hermano, Pedro Coco,
mellizo con Alberto, presta servi-
cios con el Ej6rcito de Estados Uni-
dos en la gran base de Da Nang,
Rep6blica de Vietnam del Sur. Luis
Alberto explica que, a pesar de estar
catalogado oficialmente como ven-
dedor, en realidad su trabajo se re-
laciona principalmente con el arreglo
de los components de equipos elec-
tr6nicos de sonido. "Es una tarea
que exige cierto conocimiento de la
electr6nica", explica Coco, "y mu-
cho sentido de las proporciones. Los
diferentes components de los equi-
pos electr6nicos de sonido hay que
acoplarlos de acuerdo con las espe-
cificaciones, lo que dard por resul-
tado el que se pueda apreciar los
sonidos con la maxima perfecci6n.
Si no se acoplan debidamente, jams
se obtendrAn buenos resultados".
Luis Alberto naci6 en Panama hace
21 aiios. Empez6 su escuela pri-
maria en la Escuela Jos6 de Obaldia



PROGRAmA


DE EVEnTOS


Enero 15-Fiesta del Cristo de
Esquipulas de Ant6n. Ant6n es
una poblaci6n muy pintoresca
situada sobre la Carretera Inter-
americana, a unas 80 millas al
oeste de la ciudad de PanamA. El
dia anterior llegan alli miles de
fieles de toda la Repuiblica para
participar en la procesi6n, que
sale en las primeras horas de la
noche y regresa al temple casi a
la medianoche.
Enero 20-San SebastiAn. Fiesta pa-
tronal de la poblaci6n de Oc6, en
la Provincia de Herrera y que es
una de las que mejor guardian la
tradici6n folkl6rica de Panama.
Se celebra una gran feria agrope-
cuaria en el fin de semana mis
cercano a este dia.
Enero 21-Fundaci6n de la Nueva
Ciudad de Panama. (1673). Esta
ciudad fue construida a unas 7
millas de distancia de la ciudad
destruida por Enrique Morgan,
cerca del Cerro Anc6n. Fue dota-
da de murallas, tanto a la orilla
del mar como en la parte mAs an-
gosta de la peninsula donde estaba
situada, para protegerla de los
ataques de pirates y corsarios.
JamAs fue atacada. En los afios 50,
el Municipio de Panama decidi6
extender los ejidos hasta incluir
el Area hist6rica de PanamA la
Vieja y otros barrios suburbanos,
por lo que se adopt el 15 de
agosto como la fecha de funda-
ci6n de la ciudad. En esa fecha
del afio 1519 fue cuando el Go-
bernador Pedro Arias de Avila,
mejor conocido como Pedrarias,
fund6 la que Ileg6 a ser la ciu-
dad mAs rica de las tierras de
America y que fue destruida en
enero de 1671.


Desde el 14 hasta el 21 de Enero de 1972


PARAISO
S.ibado-Ballad Of Josie (G) y Seven Days
In May (G)
I)omingo-Get Carter (R
Lunes-Dirty Dingus Magee (GP)
Mi6rcoles-Irma La Douce (GP) y The
Hills Run Red (GP)
Jueves-Borsalino (GP)

RAINBOW CITY
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes, 10:00 p.m.-Island Of Terror (G)
S'ihado-The Ghost And Mr. Chicken (G)
v Lost Flight (G)
Domingo-Von Richthofen And Brown
(GP)
Lunes-The Professional Gun (GP) y
Flight From Ashiya (GP)
Martes-Raid On Rommel (GP)
Jueves-Hail Hero (GP) y What A Way
To Go (GP)
Viernes, 10:00 p.m.-Die, Monster Die
(GP)


de la ciudad de Panama y la termin6
en la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso,
cuando sus padres vinieron a resi-
dir a la Zona del Canal. En la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Paraiso recibi6
su titulo de bachiller en comercio y
luego ingres6 a la Universidad de
PanamA, donde actualmente finalize
el segundo afio de comercio superior
en la Facultad de Administraci6n
y Comercio. Trabaja actualmen-
te para conseguir su licenciatu-
ra en Administraci6n de Negocios y
su titulo de Contador P6blico Auto-
rizado. Piensa seguir studios supe-
riores hasta conseguir un grado de
maestria. Dice: "Pienso seguir es-


Efectos Peligrosos

Posteriores
Los que usan much las drogas
alucinogAnicas, como LSD, pueden
ser una amenaza grave al manejar
cuando no estan bajo la influencia
de las drogas, segin el Dr. George
E. Woody, un psiquiatra de Fila-
delfia, EE. UU. En una comunica-
ci6n al AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PSYCHIATRY, Woody relat6 tres inci-
dentes cuando j6venes que usaban
las drogas sufrieron ilusiones visua-
les mientras conducian, y casi cau-
saron accidents. "Yo vi una taza
en la calle", dijo uno de los j6venes.
"Era una taza real; una taza y un
platillo. Habian como seis personas
dentro de ella. Estlibamos detrAs de
la taza, muy ecrca, c iba a chocarla.
Conduje al lado de la calle y ya no
estaba alli". El joven habia usado
las drogas much, pero no las usaba
cuando ocurri6 el accident. "Existe
evidencia que sugiere que el uso de
LSD puede causar deformaciones
visuales bastante prolongadas", dijo
Woody.


tudiando mientras me dure la volun-
tad. Y tengo bastante". Coco ha tra-
bajado en diferentes ocasiones, como
empleado temporal, con diferentes
unidades del Canal, desde 1968. Fa-
nAtico de los equipos electr6nicos de
sonido, tiene su equipo estereof6ni-
co propio con el que le encanta es-
cuchar miisica buena. Habla con
much propiedad de los grande
maestros y premiere a Mozart, Bee-
thoven y Chopin. Como joven que
es, le gusta ir a la playa, bailar y
presentarse en sitios exclusivos como
el Unicomio, Los Candiles y el
Hotel El PanamA. La ciudad que
mas le gustaria conocer es Madrid,
la cuna de su abuelo. Para terminar,
dice: "Estoy muy content con mi
trabajo, pues me permit continuar
mis studios superiores de contabi-
lidad y comercio, me proporciona
muchas satisfacciones v me da una
sensaci6n de ser 6itil a la comunidad
en que convivo".


Nuevo Horario


Para Visitar el


Modelo del Canal

A partir del 11 de enero, las horas
en que se podrA visitar la maqueta
del Canal de Panama que se exhibe
en el Edificio de Asuntos Civiles
serin de 10 a.rn. a 4 p.m., de martes
a sAbado. El sal6n donde se exhibe
dicha maqueta permanecerA cerra-
do los domingos, hines y dias de
fiesta.


La mejor manera de no quemarse
en una playa es Ilevar un bomber
consigo.


Spillway del Canal de Panama

DAvm S. PARKED CHARLES R. CLARK FRANK A. BALDWIN
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 notioia 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 mas tardar el
lunes a las 4 p.m. de la semana de publicaci6n. Solamente el material urgent
puede ser recibido y procesado para scr usado la misma semana a mas 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 Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


SABADO
9:30-De Mujer a M
10:30-Hacia el Mafi
11:00-Cocina
en el Hogar
11:30-El Inspector
Ardilla
12:00-Mi Mundo y
Bienvenido
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Polla Musi
Deportiva
6:00-La Guerra Sec
6:30-Tevedos Infor
7:30-Reino Salvaie
8:00-El Show del
Loco Valde
8:30-Yeseoia
9:30-Cosa Juzgada
10:30-Largo Metraje
DOMINGO
9:00-Hacia El Mail
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la P
12:00-Suerte y Alegr
12:30-Roma Mi Amo
1:00-Julia
l:30-Arnie
2:00-Descanso en e
Parque
2:30-Nanny
y el Profeso
3:00-Los Invencibl
4:30-Mi Mujer es
Hechicera
5:00-Cowboy en Af
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-El Zorro
7:30-El Especial
8:30-Alias Smith y
Jones
9:30-Cuatro en Uni
10:30-El Reprise de
LUNES
10:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
11:30-Los Picapiedra
12:00-Super Agente
12:30-Tras la Notici;
1:00-El Show de la
2:00-El Fugitivo


SABADO
10:30-Cartones
11:00-Archie y Sabri
11:30-Hombre Par
12:00-Monstruos del
Espacio
12:30-Get Smart
1:00-Informativo d
Mediodia
1:30-El Mundo Ani
2:00-Victor
Martinez Bl
4:30-Thunderbird
5:30-Daktari
6i:30-Telenoticias
7:30-La Cosquilla
8:30-O.V.N.I.
9:30-Pzazz 71
11:00-Cine Colosal

DOMINGO
8:30-C6micas
8:45-Documental
9:15-Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la P
12:00-Loteria
12:30-E1 Show de C:
Burnette
l:30-Doningo Dep
5:30-Super Acci6n
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-F.B.I.
9:00-Hawaii Cinco
10:00-Luces,
CAmara, Ac

LUNES
9:30 Aprenda Ingl6
9:45-Nuestro Mund
10:00-Novela Matina
11 00-Cartones
11:15-Hoinbre Par
11:45-Mi Marciano
Favorite
12:15-Variedades
1:00-Informativo d
Mediodia
1 :30-Telenovela
2 :30-Telenovela
3:30-Perry Mason
4:30-Aventuras de
5:00-Monstruos a G
5:30-E1 Conde de
Montecristo
6:00-Bat Masterson


SANTA CRUZ
Viernes-Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's
Daughter (G) y Brides Of Fu Manchu
(G)
Domingo-Cold Turkey (GP)
Lunes-Irma La Douce (GP) y The Hills
Run Red (GP)
Martes-Borsalino (GP)
Mi6rcoles-Dirty Dingus Magee (GP)
Viernes-A Study In Terror (G) y Blazing
The Overland Trail 1-2-3 (G)
NOTA-Nueva clasificaci6n: (G) Entrada
general. (GP) Entrada general. Se su-
giere guia de los padres. (R) Restrin-
gida. No se admitirA a menones de 17
anos, si no estAn acompaiados de sus
padres o si no son graduandos de se-
cundaria. (X) No se admitirA menores
de 17 aios. SIT significa: "Con titulos
en espafiol".
Todas las peliculas comienzan a las
7 p.m., except cuando se indica. Este
program esti sujeto a cambios sin
previo aviso.


CANAL 2
SUJETO A CAMBIOS SIN PREVIO AVISO
3:00-Ben Casey 6:00
4:00-Batman 6:30-
ljer 4:30-Colorin Colorado 7:30-
ana (vivo)
5:00-Los Diablos del 8:00-
Volante 10:30-
5:30-La Hormiga At6mica 11:00
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
a El 7:30-E1 Show de
a Pille Collado 10:30
cal y 8:00-Largo Metraje
10:30-Ultimas Noticias 11:30
creta ll:00-Yo Soy Espia 12:00-
ma 12:30-
MARTES 1:00
2:00-
s 10 :30-Carnaval de 3:00-
Cartones 4:00-
11:30-Los Picapiedras 4:30-
12:0(-Super Agente 86
12:30-Tras la Noticia 5-00-
1:00-El Show de la Una 5:30-
2:00-El Fugitive 6:00-
ana 3:00-Ben Casey 6:30-
a . 4:00-Batman 7 30
atria
ri 4:30-Colorin Colorado 8:00
or (vivo) 10:00-
. 00-King Kong
5:30--Pebbles y lamin 10:30-
l Bamm 11:00
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Tevedos Informa
r 7:30-Mujeres, Mujeres 10
r y Algo Mis 10:30-
8:00-Largo Metraje
10:30-Ultimas Noticias 11:30-
ria 11:00.-Yo Soy Espia 12:00-
rica 12:30-
MIERCOLES 1:00
2:00-
10:30-Carnaval de 3:00-
Cartones 4:00-
11:30-Los Picapiedras 4:30-
o 12:00-Suerte y Alegria
Oro 12:30-Tras la Noticia 5:00-
1:00-El Show de la Una 5:30-
2:00-El Fugitivo 6:00
3:00-Ben Casey 6:30-
4:00-Bahtan 7:30-
as 4-30-Colorin Colorado
86 (vivo) 8:30-
a 5:00-El Capitin 9:30
SUna Escarlata 10:30-
5:30-Lancelot Link 11:00-


CANAL 4
SUJETO A CAMBIOS SIN PREVIO AVISO
6:30-Telenoticias 8:00-
7:30-La Criada 9:00-
Bien Criada 10:00-
ina 8:00-Telenovela 11:00-
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-Los Intocables
I 1:00-Cine 1130-
9:30-
el 9:45-
el MARTES 9:45-
imal 9:30-Aprenda Ingl6s 11:00-
9:45-Nuestro Mundo 11:15-
lanco 10:00-Novela Matinal 11:45
11:00-Cartones
11:15-Hombre Par 12:15-
11:45-Mi Marciano 1:00-
Favorito
12:15-Do-Re-Mi 1:30-
1:00-Infornativo del 2:30-
Mediodia 3:30-
1:30-Telenovela 1:30-
2:30-Telenovela 5:00-
3:30-Perry Mason 5:30
4:30-Aventuras de Boly
5:00-Monstruos a Go Go 6:00
5:30-E Conde de 6:30-
itria Montecristo 7:30-
arol 6:00-Bat Masterson 8:00
S 6:30-Telenoticias 9:00
7:30-El Tornillo 10:00-
ortivo 8:00-Telenovela 11:00-
9:00-Telenovela
10:00-Dan August
Cero 11:00-Cine 11 9:30
MIERCOLES 9:45-
cciAn 10:00-
9:30- Aprenda Ingles 11:00-
9:45-Nuestro Mundo 11:15-
10:00-Novela Matinal 11:45-
s 1:00-Cartones
o 11:15-Hombre Par 12:15-
Il 11:45-Mi Marciano 1:00-
Favorito
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito 1:30-
12:15-C6micos y Canciones 2:30-
1:00-Informativo del 3:30-
Mediodia 4:30-
el 1:30-Telenovela 5:00
2:30-Telenovela 5:30-
3:30-Perry Mason
4:30-Aventuras de Boly 6:00-
5:00-Monstruos a Go Go 6:30-
Boly 5:30-El Conde de 7:30
;o Go Montecristo 8:00-
6:00-Bat Masterson 9:00-
0 '30--Telenoticias 10:00-
7:30-Calidoscopio 11:00-


-La Tremenda Corte
-Tevedos Informa
-Trompeta y
Acorde6n
-Largo Metraje
-Ultimas Noticias
-Yo Soy Espia

JUEVE S
-Carnaval de
Cartones
-Los Picapiedras
-Super Agente 86
-Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una
-El Fugitive
-Ben Casey
-Batman
-Colorin Colorado
(vivo)
-Smokey Bear
-Mar Ins6lito
-La Tremenda Corte
-Tevedos Informa
-Viejo Rabo Verde
-Largo Metraje
-Un Paso al
Mas Alhi
-Ultimas Noticias
-Yo Soy Espia

VIERNES
-Carnaval de
Cartones
-Los Picapiedras
-Super Agente 86
-Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una
-El Fugitivo
-Ben Casey
-Batman
-Colorin Colorado
(vivo)
Milton el Monstruo
-Mundo Ind6mito
-La Tremenda Corte
-Tevedos Informa
-El Show de
Andy Williams
-Los Atrevidos
-Suspenso
-Ultimas Noticias
-Yo Soy Espia





-Telenovela
-Telenovela
-Hong Kong
-Cine 11

JUEVES
-Aprenda Ingles
Nuestro Mundo
Novel Matinal
-Cartones
Hombre Par
-Mi Marciano
Favorite
-Jueves Estelares
-Informativo del
Mediodia
-Telenovela
-Telenovela
-Perry Mason
-Aventuras de Boly
-Monstruos a Go Go
-El Conde de
Montecristo
-Bat Masterson
-Telenoticias
-El Tornillo
-Telenovela
-Telenovela
-Marcus Welby
-Cine 11

VIERNES
Aprenda Ingl6s
-Nuestro Mundo
Novela Matinal
-Cartones
-Iombre Par
-Mi Marciano
Favorite
-Hoy
-Informativo del
Mediodia
-Telenovela
-Telenovela
-Perry Mason
-Aventuras de Boly
-Monstruos a Go Go
-El Conde de
Montecristo
-Bat Masterson
-Telenoticias
-Pentagrama
-Telenovela
-Telenovela
-Los Defensores
-Cine 11


PAgina 2









Enero 14, 1972


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


1i ihtdil loW .Las Escuelas Primarias

I 2: I. Tendran Torneo Atletico


Cyril Faircloth, a la derecha, capataz trabajador en
cables de alambre, recibe de mano de Harry E. Town-
send, superintendent de producci6n de la Divisi6n
Industrial en Mount Hope, un certificado de premio de
estimulo y un cheque por $65, debido a su sugerencia
de utilizar parte del material de los amortiguadores


de proa viejos en la confecci6n de los amortiguadores
nuevos. Al fondo se puede ver un amortiguador de proa
de remolcador, que ha sido confeccionado siguiendo
la sugerencia de Faircloth y con una considerable
economic en materials. Los amortiguadores son usa-
dos en la proa de los remolcadores del Canal.


Semana de Educaci6n Fisica


Se Verificara del 17 al 22


La Semana de la Educaci6n Fisi-
ca se celebrara en las Escuelas Lati-
noamericanas de la Zona del Canal
del 17 al 22 de este mes.
Se harA especial 6nfasis en los di-
ferentes aspects de la educaci6n
fisica como parte integral del plan
de studios escolares y el papel que
juega, ademAs de su contribuci6n a
la educaci6n social, en todos los
aspects de la vida del nifio.


En Salubridad

Inauguran Liga

El 22 de Enero
La Liga de Bola Suave de la Di-
recci6n de Salubridad abrira fuegos
el 22 de enero a las 10 a.m. en el
Estadio de Mount Hope.
Este afio sera la primera vez en
que esta liga usara la modalidad de
los lanzamientos rapidos.
En el curso de la temporada se
enfrentarin los equipos "Medicos"
del Hospital Gorgas, "Poderosos"
del Centro de Salubridad Mental de
Corozal y "Doctores" del Hospital
Coco Solo. Los del Gorgas serAn
dirigidos por Evans Dudley, los del
Centro de Salubridad Mental esta-
ran bajo la direcci6n de Reginald
Esteban, mientras que los de Coco
Solo scrAn dirigidos por St. Clair
Thorne.
Proximamente se darn a la publi-
cidad los nombres de los integrantes
de cada equipo.


La Semana de la Educaci6n Fisi-
ca proporcionarA a los padres de
familiar y las comunidades latino-
americanas en general la oportuni-
dad de observer y apreciar el valor
de las actividades de la educaci6n
fisica para los estudiantes, en las
cuales han participado durante todo
el afio escolar.
Esta semana sera coordinada e in-
tegrada con todas ls areas del pro-
grama escolar, tales como espafiol,
matemiticas, m6sica, artes y traba-
jos manuals.
IncluirA actividades que permiti-
ran el desarrollo de los proyectos
individuals y de grupos en distintas
asignaturas. HarA exposiciones de
los proyectos terminados en las es-
cuelas, done puedan ser vistos por
estudiantes y padres de familiar. In-
cluirA tambien actividades recreati-
vas post escolares que permitan la
participaci6n de todos los estudian-
tes.
El tema de este afio sera "Mente
Sana en Cuerpo Sano" y lo mas so-
bresaliente de la semana sera una
series de demostraciones presenta-
das por cada escuela y dirigidas por
sus respectivos personales de educa-
ci6n fisica.
Estas demostraciones de educa-
ci6n fisica incluirnn los siguientes
aspects del program de activida-
des:
Gimnasia Educativa, actividades
ritmicas como ritmos v marchas fun-
damentales, bailes folkl6ricos nacio-
nales, baile de cuadrillas v anima-
ci6n de barras; pruebas acrobAticas.


juegos recreativos y deportes en
coijunto como atletismo, beisbol y
baloncesto.
Todos los grades en todas las es-
cuelas latinoamericanas participa-
ran en los diferentes aspects del
program de la Semana de la Edu-
caci6n Fisica.


Un gran toreo de pista y campo
se celebrar, el sAbado 22 de este
mes en el campo de juegos de Santa
Cruz, con la participaci6n de alum-
nos de las escuelas primaries latino-
americanas, y sera el primero de
esta naturaleza.
Tomarin parte estudiantes de
quinto v sexto grado de las escuelas
primaries de Paraiso, Rainbow City
y Santa Cruz, a partir de las 9 a.m.
Las nifias del quinto grado parti-
ciparan en los siguientes events:
50 yards plans, 45 yards con obs-
ticulos, salto largo y relevo de
4 x 50. Los nifios del mismo grado
lo harAn en 75 yardas plans, 65
yards con obstaculos, salto alto y
relevo de 4 x 75.
Las nifias de sexto grado partici-
parAn en 75 yards plans, 65 yar-
das con obstaculos, salto largo y re-
levo de 4 x 75 y los nifios del mismo
grado en 100 yards plans, 65 yar-
das con obstAculos, salto alto, lan-
zamiento de bala v relevo de 4 x 100.
La inscripci6n en todos los grades
estara limitada a dos participants
de cada grado en cada event; un
equipo de relevo en cada prueba de
relevo; cada participate sera limi-
tado a cualquiera de dos events; a
nadie se le permitiri competir en
un event a menos que est6 oficial-
mente inscrito para ese event.
Las inscripciones deberan star
cn manos del Profesor Oscar Suman
Carrillo, Supervisor de Educaci6n
Fisica de las Escuelas Latinoameri-
canas, a mis tardar el jueves 20 de
enero pr6ximo.
El orden de los events sera
como sigue:
a.m. Grado
9:00-Lanzamiento de Bala (V) 6
Salto Largo _.._--- (N) 5
Salto Largo . (N) 6
9:15-50 yards plans -- (N) 5
9:20-75 yards plans -- (V) 5


Se Debe Tener Cuidado


Al Manejar Motocicletas


Un reciente aumento en el n6me-
ro de accidents en que se ven en-
vueltas motocicletas y motonetas in-
dica la necesidad de poner mayor
atenci6n en la seguridad con que
se operan esos vehiculos.
A media que crece la populari-
dad de las motocicletas y motonetas,
tambi6n van aumentando las coli-
siones en que participan dichos
vehiculos.
Debido a la poca protecci6n que
tiene el conductor y a las caracteris-
ticas mismas de las motocicletas y
motonetas, estos accidents general-
mente dan por resultado que los
conductores sufran lesiones que fre-
cuentemente son fatales. Las esta-
disticas demuestran que los acciden-
tes en que participant vehiculos de
dos ruedas causan casi el double de
las lesiones producidas por los acci-
dentes que ocurren a otros vehiculos
de propiedad privada. La mayoria
de estos accidents suceden porque
los conductors no observan las
reglas de seguridad.
Aqui les ofrecemos algunas de las
reglas de seguridad para vehiculos
de dos ruedas:
Primero, conozca y cumpla los
reglamentos de trAnsito.
Conduzca a la defensive, antici-
pando los errors de los demas. Ase-
g6rese de que el otro conductor lo
vea. Muchas colisiones suceden por-
que los automovilistas no ven al
motociclista.
Mantenga su distancia dejando
espacio para maniobrar y frenar con
seguridad. Jamas se meta en un es-
pacio donde usted no pueda ver por
done va a salir.
Evite el ir en zig zag y per-
manezca a la izquierda de su via,
except cuando va a doblar a la
derecha.
No viaje muy pegado a los ve-
hiculos estacionados. Una puerta


puede abrirse o un auto salir ines-
peradamente.
Pase con cuidado. Sefiale siempre
que va a doblar o a cambiar de via.
Verifique con su espejo de retros-
pecci6n antes de detenerse o de
entrar a la via. Siempre este alerta
por si un vehiculo dobla a la izquier-
da sin dar aviso.
PrepArese y reduzca la velocidad
antes de llegar a un lugar peligroso,
un semaforo u otros obstaculos. Si
used encuentra una aspereza en la
carretera, t6mela de frente. Si la
toma de lado, puede desviarle la
rueda delantera y hacerle perder el
control. Tenga much cuidado, es-
pecialmente en las intersecciones,
done ocurren la mayoria de los
accidents.
La seguridad en dos ruedas re-
quiere una habilidad much mas
grande en conducci6n y un gran
conocimiento de la t6cnica especial
y los peligros relacionados con el
motociclismo. Para un mAximo con-
trol, aprenda a usar bien sus frenos,
cambios v acelerador. Pmrebe sus
frenos a baja velocidad, cuando so
encuentre en una nueva carretera
o cuando cambien las condiciones
del tiempo.
Use un casco de seguridad. La
fuerza del impact en una colisi6n
o vuelco puede causar la muerte o
dafios en el cerebro.
Use anteojos protectors o un
escudo protector para la cara. Una
piedra que salte del camino puede
darle en el ojo y hacerle perder el
control. Esos aparatos lo protege
contra el resplandor y el polvo, me-
jorando su visibilidad.
Haga que su motocicleta o moto-
neta sea lo mis visible que se pueda.
Son dos vehiculos dificiles de dis-
tinguir durante la noche. Use telas
reflexivas o cintas reflexivas en su
ropa, en el casco protector y en la
misma motocicleta.


a.m.
9:25-75 yards planas---
9:35-100 yards plans _
9:45-Salto alto .--__---
Salto alto . -.--_-
9:50-50 vardas con vallas_
9:55-65 yardas con vallas_
10:00-65 yards con vallas-
10:05-65 vardas con vallas_
10:15-200 yards relevo-
10:25-300 yards relevo
10:35-300 yards relevo--
10:45-400 yards relevo-.
Nota-(V) varones, (N) nifias.


Grado
(N) 6
(V) 6
(V) 6
(N) 6
(N) 5
(V) 5
(N) 6
(V) 6
(N) 5
(V) 5
(N) 6
(V) 6


El sistema de anotaci6n sera el
siguiente: primer puesto 10 puntos,
segundo puesto 8, tercer puesto 6,
cuarto puesto 4, quinto puesto 2 y
sexto puesto 1.
Los oficiales necesarios para diri-
gir este event serAn maestros y re-
sidentes de la comunidad, lo mismo
que miembros del Colegio de Jueces
de Atletismo de Panama.


Buen Programa

Tiene R. City

Del 17 al 22
La Escuela Primaria de Rainbow
City ha dado a conocer el program
que tendrA durante la Semana de
Educaci6n Fisica, del 17 al 22 de
este mes.
El lunes 17 habrd una charla por
un alumno destacado sobre el Valor
de la Educaci6n Fisica en la Escue-
la Primaria; dramatizaciones de La
Cucarachita Martina, La Caperu-
cita Roja y El Lobo, y Blanca Nie-
yes y Los Siete Enanitos. Tambien
habra bailes tipicos panamefios, bai-
les tipicos mexicanos, baile clasico y
ejercicios con m6sica; ejercicios de
percepci6n, juegos recreativos y
juegos de Newcomb femenino.
El martes 18 habrl mua asamblea
general a las 12:50 p.m., en la cual
disertara un alumno destacado sobre
el Valor de la Gimnasia en la Es-
cuela Primaria, y competencias de
pista y campo.
El mircoles 19 se proyectarin
peliculas de educaci6n fisica en el
Sal6n de Misica, presentaci6n de
los alumnos destacados en nataci6n,
clinic de nataci6n y competencia
de nataci6n entire alumnos de los
quintos v sextos grades en la Piscina
de Rainbow City.
El jueves 20 a las 2:50 p.m. ha-
bri una presentaci6n de gimnasia
educativa, clinic de baloncesto so-
bre el mini-basket, juego balonces-
to intercolegial primario entire
Col6n y Rainbow City y baile popu-
lar con premio a la mejor pareja.
El vieres 21 habrA una clinica
de karate a las 2:50 p.m. por Vasco
Tomlinson y presentaci6n de este
deported: clinic de tennis por Stanley
Loney v torneo de tenis.
El sabado 22 sera dia de activi-
dades deportivas, participando en
las primeras competencias de atle-
tismo de las escuelas primaries en
la comunidad de Santa Cruz en la
Zona del Canal.


"Ah ... Este se me iba atortillando un
poquilo".


Hay gente que dice que sus ora-
clones no son escuchadas, pero no
se dan cuenta que algunas veces la
respuesta es "NO".


Esta tarde a las 5 tendrA lugar la
inauguraci6n de la temporada inter-
colegial de beisbol y de bola suave
en las Escuelas Latinoamericanas
de la Zona del Canal.
En el cuadro de la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Rainbow City se medi-
ran las novenas representatives de
Paraiso y Rainbow en partido de
bola suave femenino, mientras que
los equipos masculinos de beisbol
de los mismos planteles chocaran
despubs. GermAn Castillo sera el
Arbitro en el juego de bola suave
femenino y Stanley Loney en el de
beisbol masculine.
El pr6ximo viemes 21 del co-


rriente jugaran en el cuadro de Pa-
raiso a las 4:45 p.m. las novenas
femeninas de bola suave de Rain-
bow City y Paraiso, enfrentindose
despuss los equipos masculinos de
beisbol de esos planteles secunda-
rios. David Salamin arbitrary el
juego de bola suave y John West
el de beisbol.
La corta temporada finalizara el
viernes 28 de este mes en Rainbow
City, cuando se midan a las 5 p.m.
las novenas femeninas de bola suave
y los quipos masculinos de beisbol
de Paraiso y Rainbow City. Los Ar-
bitros serAn Stanley Loney en bola
suave v German Castillo en beisbol.


Pagina 3


Se Iniciari Hoy Temporada


De Bola Suave y de Beisbol









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 14, 1972


Se Reunirin en Panama"


Dentistas de America
Los mis conocidos dentistas de nin en las sesiones cientificas
PanamA, Sur America y Estados Coronel Wilfred B. Bell, Jet
Unidos, incluso el president de Departamento de Dentisteri
la Asocicai6n Dental Americana Hospital General Fitzsimmon
. (ADA), asistirin a la 42a. segunda Denver, Colorado; el Corone
sesi6n de la Sociedad Dental de la drew Christopher, Subdirecto
7,- Zona del Canal de Panami, del 21 cutivo y Representante Dental
al 23 de enero. Dicha reuni6n se Junta de Material M&lico pa
S hart conjuntainente con la Asocia- Defensa del Departamento
ci6n Odontol6,ica de PanamA. Defense de Estados Unid


Carlos Arosemena, al fondo, de espaldas, de la Divisi6n
de Transporte a Motor, prepare los aparatos para la
inspecci6n de un autom6vil con placa de la Zona del
Canal. Las inspecciones de seguridad se iniciaron el
3 de enero y continuarAn en los garajes de la Divisi6n


de Transporte a Motor en Anc6n y Crist6bal, de 8 a.m.
a 5 p.m. durante today la semana regular de trabajo
hasta el 29 de febrero. Los duefios de vehiculos pueden
evitar las correderas de iltima hora haciendo inspec-
cionar sus autom6viles temprano.


Nombran a John H. Simson Nuevo Sistema
n r i'. .


La sede de dicha reumi6n estarlA
situada en el Club de Oficiales de
Fuerte Amador y las sesiones cien-
tificas se celebrarAn en el nuevo
auditorio de la Facultad de Odon-
tologia de la Universidad de Pana-
mi. El Dr. Rodrigo Eisemann, De-
cano de la Facultad de Odontolo-
gia, hablara en una de las reuniones
cientificas.
El president de la ADA, Dr.
Carl A. Laughlin, de Clarksburg,
Virginia Occidental, uno de los in-
vitados de honor, hablarA en la se-
si6n inaugural que serA iniciada por
el Coronel Wallace L. Lancaster,
Cirujano Dental del USARSO y
president de la sociedad local.
Otro invitado de honor serA el Dr.
Joseph P. Cappuccio, de Baltimore,
Maryland, quien es el fideicomisario
del Cuarto Distrito de la Asociaci6n
Dental Americana.
Otros oradores que se presenta-


son el
fe del
a del
ns, en
el An
r Eic-
1 de la
ara la
de la
os. \


\V. Harry Archer, Jefe del Departa-
mento de Cirugia Oral y Profesor
de Cirugia Oral y Anestesia en la
Universidad de Pittsburgh.
La Asociaci6n Odontol6gica de
PanamA ofrecer.i una traducci6n si-
multanea al castellano de todas 1
porciones cientificas del program.
Entre los events sociales que
tendrAn lugar en relaci6n con la
reuni6n estan un coctel, el viernes
21 de enero en la noche, en el Club
de Oficiales de Amador y una cena
v baile de gala en el Club Uni6n
de PanamA, el sAbado 22 de enero
en la noche.


SI USTED MANEJA . .
Puede que usted sea el mejor de
los choferes, pero a menos que est6
preparado para encontrarse con el
peor de ellos, su vida puede estar
en peligro.


Jefe de Div. de Almacenes rara .ambiar
FnrnCOIipmadns l rI4rr r I-rnnr


John H. Simson (foto en la secci6n
inglesa), quien fue Jefe del Ramo
de Administraci6n de Inventarios
de la Divisi6n de Almacenes desde
1967, ha sido nombrado Jefe de la
Division de Almacenes, en reem-
plazo de J. H. White, quien se jubi-
16 recientemente del servicio con el
Canal de Panama.
Con 25 aiios de experiencia en el
campo de las compras y abasteci-
mientos, Simson ha pertenecido a
la empresa del Canal desde febrero
de 1958.
Antes de entrar a trabajar para
el Canal de PanamA, estuvo em-
pleado en el campo de compras para
instituciones y hotels. Trabaj6 para
el Hotel Astor en Nueva York; para
el Berkeley Carteret, en Asbury,
Nneva Jersey, y para el Hotel
Greenbrier, en White Sulphur
Springs, Virginia Occidental, lo
mismo que para la Escuela de Sor-
dos de Pensilvania, en Filadelfia.
Durante la II Cuerra Mundial,
sirvi6 como paracaidista de la Divi-
si6n 101 Aerotransportada en el
Teatro Eiropeo de la Guerra.
EstA casado con la Sra. Marisa-
bel Davis de Simson, de PanamA, y


Hoy Ofrecen ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
La Habana y fue consagrado Obispo
de Panama y la Zona del Canal en
1945. En 1957 fuc tambien Obispo
encargado del Distrito Misional de
Centro Am6rica y Obispo Encarga-
do del Ecuador, de 1961 a 1964.
El y su esposa, Sra. Victoria Ele-
na Fernandez Mendia y Beaumont
de Gooden, nacida en Cuba, tienen
dos hijos: Reginald Heber, Jr., pro-
fesor en la Politecnica de Califor-
nia, en San Luis Obispo, California,
y H. Richard, vicepresidente ayu-
dante de The First National City
Bank of New York.


De Interes . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
una carta de sus patrons en que se
solicite su registro previo.
El registro electoral previo se
Ilevar6 a cabo en la Escuela Pedro
J. Sosa de la ciudad de Panama y
en la Escuela Porfirio Mel6ndez de
la ciudad de Col6n. Tambi6n habrn'
facilidades de registro electoral pre-
vio en ArraijAn, Sabanitas y La
Chorrera para todas aquellas per-
sonas que tengan que trabajar el 16.


tienen cuatro hijos: Mark, quien es-
tudia en el Beliot College, en Wis-
consin; John C., graduando de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa; v
Lance y James, que cursen studios
en la Escuela Intermedia de Cu-
rund6.
Los esposos Simson con frecuen-
cia pasan sus vacaciones en su finca
situada en el Estado de Minnesota.
A today la familiar le encanta la pesca
y navegar en su pequefio bote The
Hippo en aguas de la Bahia de
PanamA.
Robert Duvall, quien anterior-
mente era Avudante del Jefe de la
Division de Almacenes, reemplaza
a Simson como Jefe del Ramo de
Administraci6n de Inventarios.


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Los residents de la Zona del
Canal a quienes se les queme el foco
de la estufa, deberAn entregarlo en
las oficinas de campo de la Divi-
si6n de Electricidad, con el fin de
que se les entreguen focos nuevos.
Con esto se elimina la necesidad
de enviar electricistas a efectuar el
cambio. Los que asi lo prefieran,
podran comprar focos nuevos, a
$0.40 cada uno, en la Secci6n de
Articulos para el Hogar. La desig-
naci6n correct de dichos focos es:
home appliance Bulb-oven, 40
watts, 115-125 volt.
Las oficinas de campo estAn si-
tuadas en el Edificio 66A de Balboa,
Edificio 7051A de Mount Hope y
Edificio 53 de Gamboa.


Interesante Exposicion Hay


En Escuela de Rainbow City


El pilblico esta cordialmente in-
vitado para asistir a una interesante
exposici6n de recursos audiovisuales
que include 386 libros, discos y pe-
liculas sobre grupos minoritarios de
AmBrica. Esta exhibici6n ha side
preparada por 73 publicistas y pro-
ductores espccializados en la mate-
ria.
La Exposici6n, "Roja, Blanca,
Negra, Mestiza y Amarilla," que in-
cluyc materials para todos los nive-
les de interns, desde la escuela pri-
maria hasta la edad adulta, se esti
presentando en la Escuela Secun-
daria de Rainbow City desde el 11
de enero hasta el 21 del mismo mes
desde las 4 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m.
Muchos de los libros y material
audiovisual de la colecci6n tratan
sobre el Negro en Amnrica desde
los dias de la esclavitud hasta el
present. Incluyen la historic, las
relaciones entire negros y blancos y
los movimientos sobre los derechos
civiles. Hay tambi6n una secci6n ti-
tulada Africa, material sobre el In-
dio Americano, personas de habla
Espafiola, Orientales v otros grupos
minoritarios.
Hay una secci6n sobre arte, estu-
dios urbanos, educaci6n, biografias,
poesias y dramas, asi como tambi6n
obras de ficci6n, divididas en grupos
para j6venes adults y adults.

8SABIA USTED . . .
Que la experiencia es un professor
muy estricto, que primero examine
y luego ensefia?


Estos libros y objetos audiovisua-
les presentan una gran variedad de
materials que pueden tomarse en
cuenta como textos, obras de con-
sulta adicional o para bibliotecas
personales.


Se Implant Servicio

De Alcance Social

Para los Empleados
En la Zona del Canal hay dispo-
nible padres substitutes, cuidadosa-
mente seleccionados, para aquellos
nifos que los necesiten.
Los nifios, cuyos padres no pue-
dan atenderlos temporalmente, de-
bido a enfermedad, tragedia o ne-
cesidades extraordinarias de la fa-
milia, podrin ser ahora atendidos
por padres substitutos voluntarios y
seleccionados que resident en la
Zona del Canal.
Este es un servicio comunal dis-
ponible para personas que trabajan
en la Zona del Canal y para sus
d(ependientes.
Para mayores informes se deberAt
llamar, en el sector Atlantico, al
YMCA de Crist6bal y en el sector
Pacifico, a los Servicios Sociales, a
los tel6fonos 43-2164 y 52-3112,
respectivamente. Tambien los del
sector Pacifico, podrAn escribir a
Foster Care, Box 1948, Balboa,
C.Z., mientras que los del Atlantico
podran hacerlo a Foster Care, Box
5096. Crist6bal, C.Z.


Del Banco de Sangre


HOSPITAL GORGAS
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Grover Robert Barnes
D!RECCION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Henry D. Blalock III
Rupert Carr
Charles L. Crump
Adriano E. Diaz
Paul F. Ebdon
Juan Isaac
DIRECTION DE MARINA
John Beers
Dean Gibson
James Thrift
B. Ricker
Olay F. Roos
Vernon C. Whitehead
DIRECTION DE PERSONAL
Ricardo R. Varela
John Winter D. Collins
Marcia C. Collins
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALS
Thomas E. Stoakley

Un Pacificador Para

El Pie Izquierdo
Los conductores ingleses que usan
cl pie izquierdo para el pedal del
cmnbrague ahora pueden comprar un
pedal para los autom6viles de trans-
misi6n automictica, que no sirve para
nada mas que para mantener al pie
izquierdo content y activo. La com-
pafiia que fabric los pedales dice
que son iltiles particularmente para
personas con arthritis que tienen que
mover las piernas frecuentemente.


Club de Leones . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
rante el afio su labor a beneficio de
los impedidos de la vista, el Club de
Leones de Balboa aceptara las do-
naciones que les envien los que
reciban los llaveritos.
Los que compren places para sus
autom6viles podrln haccr sus con-
tribuciones voluntarias con el rcpre-
sentante del club que cstara' en la
Secci6n de Licencias o podnrn en-
viarlas por correo en in soblre diri-
gido que se les proporcionarta.


HOSPITAL COCO SOLO
D!RECCION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Warren Berquist
Michael J. Burza
Norman Campbell
Miguel De La Espada
Jeannette Fryer
Clarence S. George
Rogelio A. Hall
Ricardo Hunter
Charles Loyd
David Miller
Rodolfo Smith
Carlos Stewart
Robert Thrift
Charles Whyte
Kenneth Willis
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Helen J. Slomski
DIRECTION DE MARINA
Ivan Burke, Jr.
Edwin F. Feurtado
Vinston Martin
James Watson
DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Meade Hamilton
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALES
Alton Kennedy
Howard Jones, Jr.
Alejandro Luna
Ned D. Morgan
George M. Ottey
Ram6n Nole
Gabriel Thorn
Austin Wallace
OTROS
Ronald Rail
Jos6 Thompson
Jose A. Wilson

El Gorgas . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
las solicitudes tendran que enviarse
a la Sociedad Americana de Pat6-
logos Clinicos, en los Estados Uni-
dos, para que haga una evaluaci6n
de los cr6ditos acad6micos que scan
presentados.
Las personas interesadas debe-
ran comunicarse con la Sra. Maria
T. Smith, de la Oficina de Personal
del Canal de PanamA, en el Edific:-
366 de Anc6n, Zona del Canal, te-
16fonos 52-7867 6 52-7996, a mais
tardar el 31 de enero de 1972.


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