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


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

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

More Than 58 Years of Service to World Commerce

The Panama

Vol. XI, No. 25

Canal Spillway

Friday, December 1, 1972

R.P. Educational Tax

Procedure Explained

Some Panama Canal employees
may find themselves in a difficult
situation the next time they apply
for a Panamanian Government Paz
y Salvo due to the fact that they
have not paid the Educational Tax.
Steps are being taken to have the
Educational Tax deducted from the
paychecks of Panamanian-citizen
employees, probably early in 1973,
but in the meantime employees
should pay it directly each month.
Employee Statements should be
taken to the Canal Zone Employee
Collection Section on the first floor
of the Ministry of Finance. The
amount to be paid will be calcu-
lated there. This amount can be
paid to a cashier located close to
the Collection Section.
The Educational Tax, which is
75 cents for each $100 of basic sal-

Theatre Guild

Play To Open at

Ancon Tonight
The Theatre Guild's next pro-
duction, "The Star-Spangled Girl,"
opens tonight and will run -through
December 14 at the Ancon Theater.
Curtain time is 8 p.m.
The play, a three-act comedy by
Neil Simon, is being directed by
Bruce Quinn, who also has directed
"Paint Your Wagon" and "You're
A Good Man Charlie Brown."
The cast, which is small, only
three people, is representative of
three of the four military services in
the Canal Zone. James Hernandez,
a captain in the Air Force, plays
Andy Hobart, the young but cynical
editor and publisher of a monthly
protest Magazine. Andy's slightly
unbalanced sidekick, Norman Corn-
ell, writes the entire magazine.
Norman is portrayed by Sp4c.
Paul Brian of the Army. These two,
Andy and Norman, barely manage
to get their magazine out each
month while stalling bill collectors
and scrounging for food. Enter
Sophie Bauschmeyer, the all-Amer-
ican Star-Spangled girl, and mem-
ber of the Olympic swimming team.
For Norman, it is love at first sight.
For Andy, it is disaster because
Norman won't write. For Sophie,
it is the beginning of a personal
patriotic campaign against the ma-
gazine. Sophie is played by Sandy
Fobes, whose husband is an ensign
in the Navy.
Sandy is a newcomer to the Zone,
but both James and Paul have been
seen on stage in various Canal Zone
productions. Paul was Beauregard
Burnside in "Mame," and James
just recently finished playing Gus-
tav, one of the three thieves in
"Thieve's Carnival."
For reservations, call 52-6786,
between 7 and 9 p.m.

Saturday Dance Planned
The Gap will hold a dance to-
morrow night from 8 p.m. to mid-
night with music by "Grease." The
kitchen will be open for sale of
refreshments during the dance.

ary, should be paid within the first
15 days of the following month.
If paid later, a surcharge will be
applied. According to officials of
the Collection Section, only about
10 percent of Canal Zone employ-
ees regularly pay the Educational
This section of the Ministry of
Finance also mentioned that the
Canal Zone employees with de-
pendents should again complete
Form No. 82, Statement of Per-
sonal Deductions, since the form
filed in 1965 is no longer in effect.
Dependents are children under 21
years of age residing with their
parents or those still in school or
unable to work because of illness.
Employees who are in this category
should go to the office of "Ingre-
sos" of the Ministry of Finance to
request the new form and get the
necessary explanations.
The office of "Ingresos" also has
stated that Canal Zone employees
who applied for a waiver of taxes
for the years 1960, 1961 and 1962
on paper bearing tax stamps should
again go to this office in order to
receive a copy of the official resolu-
tion which they should keep for
future reference.
Miss Blanca Castrej6n and Miss
Janice Boutin, Director and Deputy
Director respectively of the Collec-
tion Section for Canal Zone em-
ployees in the Ministry of Finance,
and their staff will be happy to give
assistance to employees who need it.

Health Insurance

Brochures Delayed;

Deadline Extended
Since brochures describing the
two Government-wide health bene-
fits plans (Blue Cross and Aetna),
have not been received the open
season scheduled for November 15
through November 30, will be ex-
tended to December 15.
The brochures will be distributed
to all employees as soon as they are
received. Employees may enroll or
change their existing enrollment by
completing Standard Form 2809,
Health Benefits Registration Form,
which may be obtained at the Em-
ployee Services Branch, telephone

BHS Xmas Program

To Be Held Dec. 7
Balboa High School will present
its annual instrumental program of
traditional Christmas music at 7:30
p.m., December 7, in the high
school auditorium.
A 70-member symphonic band
will perform in the high school's
52d annual Christmas program. The
public is invited.

Power Squadron Exam
The power squadron basic boat-
ing examination will be given at
7 p.m., December 4, in the Curundu
Junior High School cafetorium. It is
not required for persons taking the
examination to have been enrolled
in the boating course. Everyone is

The Cristobal Little Theatre will present its encore production of "Ahmal
and the Night Visitors" at 8:15 p.m., tonight, tomorrow and Sunday and
again December 8 and 9. Bobby Carwithen and Janice Nairn, shown above,
again sing the roles of the crippled shepherd boy and his widowed mother.
Tickets may be reserved by calling 3-1916, 3-1871, 3-1918 or 5-432.

Lt. Gov. McGinnis Named

Scout Council President
Lt. Gov. Charles I. McGinnis has
. . . been named president of the Canal
- Zone Council, Boy Scouts of Amer-
S. ' , ica, succeeding Rear Adm. Charles
, H. Griffiths.
Colonel McGinnis came to the
SCanal Zone as Panama Canal En-
" Mgineering and Construction Direc-
tor in July 1971 from St. Paul,
SMinn., where he served as District
h Engineer. He was named Lieu-
tenant Governor in August 1972.
A native of Kansas City, Mo., Colo-
nel McGinnis and his wife, Shirley,
have two daughters, Gail and Ann,
'** .. and a son, James. He will begin his
term as council president January 1,
Lt. Gov. Charles I. McGinnis After he steps down as president,
Admiral Griffiths will continue to
E i I serve as vice president of the coun-
Environmenta cil. Other 1973 vice presidents will
D a Displa ed be Maj. Gen. George L. Mabry, Jr.,
ata D splayed Maj. Gen. Arthur G. Salisbury,
Maj. Gen. John B. Henry, Jr., and
A t Balboa Hts. Col. Charles R. Clark.
C. William Homa is treasurer and
A bulletin board for display of Col. John F. Sadler will serve as
information items concerning the council commissioner.
environment has been placed in the Gov. David S. Parker and U.S.
Balboa Heights Post Office. The Ambassador Robert M. Sayre are
board may be used by Canal Zone honorary council presidents.
agencies to call attention to articles,
scheduled to appear in national 8U. E pl
publications, which are relevant to 8 U.. LEmployees
the local situation.
The board is also used for posting Retire From PC
other information concerning the
local environment such as the an- In Past 3 M months
nouncement of the second phase of
the Sosa Hill reforestation project Eight U.S.-citizen employees re-
which includes photographs of Boy tired from the Canal organization
Scouts and Grounds Maintenance during September, October, and
Branch personnel at work. November.
The winning photographs in the Topping the list in total years
Balboa High School Ecology Club of U.S. Government service was
photo contest will be displayed Thomas B. Idol, dispatcher with the
here. Dredging Division, who has com-
The display board is one of the pleted 35 years and 10 months.
projects of the Environmental Qual- The other employees and their
ity Committee which was estab- total years of Government service
lished by Gov. David S. Parker are: Paul L. Smith, guard, Locks
to help implement the National Division, 30 years, 10 months, and
Environmental Policy Act. Chair- 21 days; Thomas L. Gregg, towing
man of this committee is Lt. Gov. locomotive operator, Locks Divi-
Charles I. McGinnis, who has ap- sion, 23 years, 1 month, and 16
pointed Thomas P. Strider, Chief days; James C. Hicks, water sys-
of Civil Defense, to act as co- tem operator, Maintenance Divi-
ordinator for the committee. All sion, 14 years, 9 months, and 5
Correspondence for the committee days; Frederic J. Berest, supervisory
should be routed through him and Canal Zone Guide, Panama Canal
all items for use on the environ- Information Office, 21 years, 10
mental display board should be co- months, and 6 days; Joseph J. Ci-
ordinated with him. cero, guard supervisor, Locks Divi-
Other members of the committee sion, 26 years, 6 months, and 21
are the Chief of the Executive Plan- days; Roberto J. Flores, lock oper-
ning Staff; the Health Director; En- ator, Locks Division, 27 years, 8
gineering and Construction Direc- months, and 22 days; Horace L.
tor; the Supply and Community Smith, customs inspector, Customs
Service Director; and the General Division, 31 years, 10 months, and
Counsel. 23 days.
The National Council on Environ-
mental Quality publishes guidelines Stude t N ed
and submits an annual report to U ents ee
the President on 10 different areas E Pi
of environmental concern including Entry Permits
air, energy, hazardous substances,
land use and management, noise, Canal Zone residents planning to
physiological health and well-being, have dependents come home for the
transportation, water, wildlife, ma- Christmas holidays are reminded
rine life, and urban problems. that they must secure entry permits
for all visitors.
Xmas Bzar s Planned Entry permits for the Canal Zone
m Bazaar are available at the General Serv-
The Cardenas Women's Club will ices Branch, Room 249 in the
hold its annual Christmas bazaar Administration Building at Balboa
December 9 at Steven's Circle be- Heights, and at the Transportation
ginning at 8 a.m. Many items will Branch office at the Balboa Heights
be on sale at the bazaar. Railroad Station.



December 1, 1972

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

Lt. Joseph D. Cooper, Safety Officer, member of the on sports parachute jumping and showed a film. The
Howard-Albrook Sport Parachute Club, shows young class is taught by Mrs. Cooper. From right to left are:
Daryl Jordan how to get into a parachute. Even though Steven Murphy, Lieutenant Cooper, Daryl Jordan,
the outfit is a little on the large side, Daryl seems to Doug McLaughlin, Wendy Neal, and Richard Gallardo.
catch on fast. Lieutenant Cooper gave a talk to the Debbie Jones and Helen Skowronski are sitting on the
students in the Cocoli fourth grade elementary school floor.

Documentary Film

On Quake Disaster

Available for Loan

"Earthquake!," a new documen-
tary motion picture concerning the
Los Angeles-San Fernando Valley
disaster of 1971, has been produced
jointly by the President's Office of
Emergency Preparedness and the
Defense Civil Preparedness Agency.
The quake caused 80,000 per-
sons to be relocated from their
homes when a clam threatened to
The 282-minute 16mm. color
film is available on loan from Civil
For information call 52-3209 or

Safe, Suit,

Getting ready for Christmas?
You'll probably be buying toys for
children. Here are some suggestions
which could help in selecting toys
that are safe and suitable for each
child's age.
Under 2 years. This is the "hand
to mouth" age. Children like to
look and listen. Give small soft,
washable dolls and animals, bath-
tub toys, rattles, blocks, musical
toys, and simple push or pull toys.
Avoid toys with sharp edges or toys
that will break easily; toys with
removable parts that might be easily
swallowed; flammable toys.
Between 2 and 4 years. This is

Sgt. Robert Knox, center, of the Balboa Fire Station, receives a 30-year
safety pin from K. T. Daly, Chief of the Fire Division, and the safety
certificate from B. I. Everson, Civil Affairs Director. Knox was cited for
having served 30 years without sustaining a disabling injuring during
performance of his duty.

Panama Canal Spillway
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. All articles are available to news media and
may be reprinted without further clearance. 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. Airmail subscription cost $10 a year. Make checks
payable to Panama Canal Company and address to: SPILLWAY Subscrip-
tions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

able Toys

for Xmas

the "explorative age." Children are
beginning to find out what they can
do; they like to explore and want
toys they can manipulate them-
selves. Give stuffed or wooden ani-
mals, colored picture books, kiddie
cars, peg boards, simple toys that
do things; doll carriages and toy
housekeeping equipment for girls;
cars and wagons to push around.
Avoid toys with sharp edges, flam-
mable toys, electrical toys; toys too
heavy for child's strength; poorly
made toys which may come apart
or break; marbles and beads.
Between 4 and 6 years. The be-
ginning of the creative age. Children
want to be with other children, like
in-group games, and enjoy being
outdoors. They imitate and try to
make things and do things for them-
selves. Give crayons and coloring
books, modeling clay, blunt scissors,
story books, doctor and nurse kits,
simple games, pedal cars; dolls, doll
houses and furniture and house-
keeping toys for girls; model vehi-
cles, simple construction sets and
small sports equipment for boys.
Avoid darts and shooting toys that
may endanger the eyes; poorly bal-
anced mobile toys, such as tricycles;
flammable toys or costumes.
Between 6 and 8 years. Beginning
of the dexterity age. Children are
becoming self-reliant, they like to
feel they are on their own, and
want to be with other children.
Give story books, games, puzzles,
craft and hobby sets; roller skates;
housekeeping, cooking and sewing
sets for girls; construction sets, elec-
tric trains and toys, when used
under adult supervision, and light
tools for boys. Avoid toys with
points or sharp edges, mechanical
toys with exposed gears and shoot-
ing toys.
Between 8 and 10 years. Chil-
dren are beginning to develop spe-
cial skills and interests and playtime
is devoted largely to these interests.
Give books, games, puppets, bi-
cycles, sports equipment, hobby
and craft kits, phonographs and rec-
ords; musical instruments. Avoid
tools or equipment or hobby sets
that may be dangerous unless the
child is supervised when he uses

12:00-Dusty's Treehouse
12:30-Kartoon Klubhouse
2:00-Parade of Sports:
Washington vs. Washington State
4:30-Racing Revolution
4:50-Flying Fisherman
5:15-This Week In Pro Football
6:00-Weekend '72
6:15-Sports Challenge
6:40-Daniel Boone (last show)
7:30-Get Smart
8:05-Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
9:00--Qu Pasa?
9:05-When You're Hot, You're Hot
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Boxing From The Forum
11:00-The Haunted House:
"The Crawling Hand"

12:00-The Christophers
12:15--Anyone Around My Base Is It
12:45-Parade of Sports:
NCAA Football: UCLA vs. USC
2:55-NFL Football: Los Angeles vs.
5:10-Roller Derby
6:40-The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
7:05-John Byner Show (Premiere)
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Que Pasa?
9:05-12 O'Clock High
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-College Football Highlights
11:00-Trails to Adventure

4:30-Sesame Street
5:30-Buck Owen's Ranch
6:40-Lloyd Bridges
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Monday Night Football:
Atlanta vs. Washington
10:15-Focus on Today
11:00-Monday Movie:
"Invitation To A March"

4:30-Captain Kangaroo

(Air Conditioned)
Saturday Matinee, 10:00 a.m.-Circus World
(T-142 mins.) (G)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:30, 8:15-Mon., 6:15-
Joe Kidd (PG)
Sunday Matinee, 12:30-Puf-N-Stuf
(T-101 mins.) (G)
Tues.-Wed., 6:15-One Is A Lonely Number
Thurs., 6:15-Without Apparent Motive (PG)
Fri., 7:00-The Undefeated (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Curse Of
Frankenstein (T-90 mins.) (SIT.) (G)
(CFC SHOWS: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.-

(Air Conditioned)
Saturday Junior Matinee, 2:00-The Patsy
(T-110 mins.) (G)
Sat., 7:30-Sun., 2:00. 7:30-Mon., 6:00-
The Godfather (R)
Mon., 9:00 (CFC)-Cat Ballou (SIT.) (G)
Tues., 6:15-Cool Breeze (R)
Tues., 8:30 (CFC)-Days Of Wine And Roses
(SIT.) (PG)
Wed.-Thurs., 6:15-Screaming Target (R)
Wed., 8:30 (CFC)-The Treasure Of Sierra
Madre (G)
Thurs., 8:30 (CFC)-Secret Ceremony (R)
Fri., 7:00-0Oh! What A Lovely War (G)

(Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Kid Galahad (T-102 mins.) and The
Last Escape (T-90 mins.) (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Cool Breeze (R)
Tues.-The Weekend Murders and Five Savage
Men (R)
Wed.-Thurs.-Joe Kidd (PG)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Dr. Terror's House
Of Horrors (T-105 mins.) (G)

Saturday Junior Matinee, 2:00-Twenty
Million Miles To Earth (T-89 mins.)
(SIT.) (G)
Sat.-Night Of The Generals and Traitors'
Gate (PG)
Sunday Junior Matinee, 2:00-The Gene
Krupa Story (T-108 mins.) (SIT.) (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Fuzz (PG)
Tues.-Two Mules For Sister Sara (PG)

5:30-Medix (Premiere)
7:05-Startrek (Premiere)
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Monty Hall Smokin & Stokin
9:00--Que Pasa?
9:05-The Jazz Show
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Tonight Show

4:30-Matinee Movie:
5:30-Animal World
6:40-Something Else
7:05-High Chaparral
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Room 222
8:30-All In The Family
9:00-Qud Pasa?
9:05-The Lieutenant
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Midweek Movie:
"Finger on the Trigger"

4:30-Captain Kangaroo
5:30-The Monkees
6:40-David Frost Review
7:05-Flip Wilson
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
9:00--ue Pasa?
9:05-Dean Martin
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Dick Cavett

4:30-Dusty's Treehouse
5:00-The Beverly Hillbillies
6:30-Wanted, Dead or Alive
7:05-Wild, Wild West
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:30-The Third Man
9:00-Que Pasa?
9:05-Chile: Experiment in Red
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Friday Feature:
"Clive of India"

Wed.-The Jerusalem File (PG)
Thurs.-Sam Whiskey (PG)
Fri.-Three Little Words (0)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00--n The Heat Of The
Night (T-116 mins.) (PG)
Saturday Junior Matinee, 2:00-A Hard Day's
Night (T-92 mins.) (G)
Sat-The Last Voyage (G)
Sunday Junior Matinee, 2:00-Three Worlds
Of Gulliver (T-106 mins.) (G)
Sun.-The Jerusalem File (PG)
Tues.-Fuzz (PG)
Thurs.-Two Mules For Sister Sara (PG)
Fri.-Kid Galahad (T-102 mins.) and The
Last Escape (T-90 mins.) (G)

Saturday Junior Matinee, 6:15-Young Bess
(T--119 mins.) (G)
Sat., 8:15-Masquerade (G)
Sun.-Million Dollar Duck (G)
Mon.-The Silencers and The War Lover (PG)
Tues.-The Revengers (PG)
Wed.-The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers (PG)
Thurs.-Kaleidoscope (T-103 mins.) (SIT.)
and The Valley Of Gwangi (T-95 mins.)
(SIT.) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-On The Beach
(T-140 mins.) (G)
Sat.-Bye Bye Birdie (T-112 mins.) (SIT.)
Good Neighbor Sam (T-130 mins.) (SIT.)
Sun.-The Revengers (PG)
Mon.-The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers (PG)
Wed.-The Last Voyage (G)
Thurs.-Night Of The Generals and Traitors'
Gate (PG)
"All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change
without notice.
mitted. General audience. PC-Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. R-Re-
stricted. Persons under 17 not admitted un-
less accompanied by parent or legal guard-
ian. X-Persons under 17 not admitted.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
t-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Page 2

AT Bginig S , D r 2,
Week Beginning Saturday, December 2, 1972

December 1, 1972


25 BHS Seniors Balboa Woman Honored

Are Named To By Achievement Annual
UH . _ _S ....

Selling tickets for the 1972 Combined Federal Campaign Film Festival in
front of the Balboa Supermarket are Danny Bashman, left, and David
Derrick, right, of Boy Scout Troop 31. One ticket for $5 will provide
admission to all eight shows. The movies will be shown at the Balboa and
Coco Solo Theaters through December 7 at 8:30 p.m.

Film Festival Opens

At Balboa, Coco Solo

Eight movies will be presented
during the Combined Federal Cam-
paign Film Festival, which began
yesterday and will continue through
December 7, at the Balboa and the
Coco Solo Theaters.
The films and stars are as follows:
Three Bites Of An Apple-David
McCallum, Sylvia Koscina. This is
the story of a tour guide who gets
involved with a smuggling gang in
Rome. It is rated G.
Days Of Wine And Roses-Jack
Lemmon, Lee Remick. A searing
and poignant story of a man, a
woman, and alcohol, it is rated PG.
M*A*S*H-Donald Southerland,
Elliot Could. A hilarious subtle anti-
war comedy, it tells of three Army
surgeons who develop outlandish
life styles to survive the gore that
passes before their eyes. It is rated
Yours, Mine, And Ours-Lucille
Ball, Henry Fonda. This G-rated
film is about a career naval officer
with 10 children who marries a
Navy widow with eight and they
have two more.
Sex And The Single Girl-Tony
Curtis, Natalie Wood. An all-star

Secret Ceremony________-_____-
Three Bites Of An Apple-_______
M*A*S*H ____________________
Yours, Mine, And Ours----______
Sex And The Single Girl_______
Cat Ballou______ __________
Days Of Wine And Roses____ -
The Treasure Of Sierra Madre___
All shows start at 8:30 p.m.

Costa Rican Tourists
Leave Tour To Collect
Winnings, Return Later
Three Costa Ricans visiting Mira-
flores Locks Sunday were so elated
to discover that they held winning
tickets in the Republic of Panama
lottery that they left in the middle
of their tour to take taxis back to
Panama to pick up their winnings.
One visitor, who had bought two
pieces of ticket, investing $1.10,
won $2,000 and two others won
$1,000 each.
After picking up their winnings,
they returned to the locks and com-
pleted the tour. The winners were
among more than 400 Costa Ricans
who had driven down the Inter-
American Highway on a combina-
tion vacation and Christmas shop-
ping trip.

production of the
seller by Helen Cur:
rated PG.
Cat Ballou-Lee
"King" Cole. A G-r
an 1890 schoolteac
revenge for her fath
The Treasure Of
Humphrey Bogart,
The well-known hun
sic features two grea
best. It is rated G.
Secret Ceremony
Elizabeth Taylor. An
it tells of an orphan
dominated by her ii
finds another woman
place of her dead m
Tickets for all e
available for $5 at t
tive Services Divisio
of the Motion Pic
Balboa Theater Bu
JWB; Balboa Retail
YMCA; the Coco So
and the Margarita
Admission price for
the Film Festival t
each show.
The dates for sho


runaway best-
ley Brown. It is

Marvin, Nat
ated film about.
*her who seeks
ler's death.
Sierra Madre-
Walter Huston.
nt-for-gold clas-
If ,tnrq nt f fiP,7.

ronor society
Twenty-five Balboa High School
seniors will be initiated into the
Isthmian Pacific Chapter of the
National Honor Society on Decem-
ber 13.
Seven boys and eighteen girls
will be inducted into the society in
its fall initiation at 1:25 p.m. in the
Balboa Theater. Parents of the ini-
tiates, members of the junior class
and Schools Division officials have
been invited to attend the cere-
Four old members of the National
Honor Society, Daniel Sayre, De-
bora Calder, Tara Baber, and Doree
MacLaren, will speak on the four
criteria for membership. National
Honor Society president David
Arndt and Clyde Willman, prin-
cipal of Balboa High School, will
conduct the initiation ceremony.
Students selected for the fall ini-
tiation are: Ralph Abitbol, Jean
Bettis, Laurel Brown, Susai De-
Costanza, Sharon Brown, Carol
Fish, Kathy Hamman, Kenneth Hill,
Maria Huffman, Marsha Kennedy,
Kerry Mess, Mary O'Donnell, Ar-
letty Pinel, Rose Poletti, Eric Ris-
berg. Luz Rivera, Xiomara Ruiz,
Tina Schroeter, Joseph Spivey, Ann
Sterling, David Teller, Janet Stout-
enborough, Linda Wagner, Addy
Weij, and Paola Zerbinati.

Ringing Reirsnyders

Will Entertain at

CZC Club Coffee

it" atsa . The "Ringing Reifsnyders" will
entertain at the Canal Zone College
-Mia Farrow,
R rated movie, Club Christmas coffee to be given
an girl who is at the Governor's residence at 9:30
In girl who is
imagination and a.m., December 9.
an to take the The Reifsnyder family uses cow-
lother. bells, sleighbells, handbells and
ight shows are other instruments. They have pre-
the Administra- sented live musical programs and
n Office; Office made television appearances along
ture Manager; the eastern seaboard of the United
ilding; Balboa States from New York to Alabama
I Store; Balboa and as far west as New Mexico.
lo Retail Store; Since coming to Panama in 1970,
service Center.
Service Center. they have played for numerous club
those without
those without functions and in churches in the
icket is 8l for
Canal Zone and in the Republic as
far north as the Volcan. Their theme
*wings follow:
oco Solo will be "Christmas Around the
Coco Solo
December 7 World." In addition, background
music will be played by organist
Miss Frances Lindh.


Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Charles R. Bowen, 52-
2590, or Mrs. Joseph Kane, 52-2432,
no later than December 7. All mem-
bers and their guests are invited.

Dr. B. K. Levin, Quarantine Officer and School Physician at Cristobal High
School, speaks to the parents and staff at Cristobal's Parents' Night. The
staff, parents and Dr. Levin discuss mutual problems concerning students
during the first of three such meetings. The others are planned for
January and April.

Mrs. Ava Offutt Howell, an em-
ployee of the Customs Division, has
been selected for listing in "Two
Thousand Women of Achievement"
for her work as an artist-designer.
The publication, which presents
a detailed biography of each woman
selected, is on file at the Library of
Congress and the British Museum,
and is circulated throughout the
A native of Springfield, Colo.,
Mrs. Howell moved with her family
to Oklahoma while she was an in-
fant. She was graduated from, high
school in Norman, Okla., attended
the University of Oklahoma and
was graduated from Draughon's
Business University in Oklahoma
City. She arrived on the Isthmus in
1947 as the bride of the late Clifton
A. Howell and has lived here ever
Mrs. Howell's career as a free-
lance artist in mosaics, charcoal,
pastels, crayon and ax, monoprints
on oils, sculpture and free forms in
clay have been entered and selected
in more than 50 juries art shows in
the United States and Panama. She
has won several awards for her
An active member of the Na-
tional League of American Pen-
women, Canal Zone and Panama

Ava Offutt Howell

American Legion

Names C.Z. Man

To Its Committee
For the first time in its history,
the American Legion has appointed
a Canal Zone member to serve on
a national committee.
Thomas N. Stewart, past depart-
ment commander and past pres-
ident of American Legion Post
No. 1, Fort Amador, has been ap-
pointed to serve a 3-year term on
the Commission on Children and
The Commission on Children and
Youth is responsible for administer-
ing scholarships, boys state, girls
state and many other youth activi-
ties sponsored by the American
Stewart, a sergeant with the
Canal Zone Fire Division, was Com-
mander of American Legion Post
No. 1 in 1965. In 1968, he became
Commander of the Department of
Panama, which includes Panama
and the Canal Zone, Costa Rica,
Guatemala and Aruba, NWI.
Stewart is a World War II vet-
eran of the Navy, having served as
an Aviation Radioman from 1943
to 1946. His squadron, based in
Brazil, engaged in submarine hunt-
ing missions along the coast of
North Africa and was credited with
11 confirmed and 7 probable kills,
for which it earned a Presidential
Unit Citation. Stewart participated
in 138 combat missions.

Branch, for several years, she held
a one-man show under the group's
sponsorship in 1965 and exhibited
55 works of art. In 1967, she fea-
tured 20 works in a one-man show
at Fort Clayton followed in 1968
by an showing of 25 exhibits at
the JWB-USO of Balboa. In 1970,
she entered and was accepted in
the 25th Biennial Art Exhibition at
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mrs. Howell has been selected
for listing in the world "Who's Who
of Women" to be published in 1973
and has been named for a fellow-
ship with the Intercontinental Bi-
ographic Association of England
(1972). She served as second vice
president of the NLAPW, Canal
Zone and Panama Branch in 1970
and has been approved by the
Washington D.C. Board of Direc-
tors to be State president of the
local organization for the 1972-74

Guest Lecturer

To Discuss Drug

"Positive Approaches to the Pre-
vention of Drug Dependency" is
the subject of a lecture which will
be presented by Dr. Howard Cline-
bell at 9:30 a.m., December 4 in
the Panama Canal Training Center.
All persons concerned about the
prevention of drug abuse are in-
vited to attend.
Dr. Clinebell is chairman of the
Department of Pastoral Counseling
at Claremont School of Religion in
Claremont, Calif. He is in high de-
mand as a lecturer and has par-
ticipated in conferences and semi-
nars throughout the world. He is
the author of numerous books in-
cluding, The Intimate Marriage,
Mental Health Through Christian
Community, The Mental Health
Ministry of the Local Church, Per-
sonal Growth and Social Change,
Crisis and Growth: Help for Your
Troubled Child, and The People
Dynamic: Changing Self and So-
ciety Through Growth Groups.
Dr. Clinebell's visit to the Isth-
mus is being sponsored by the Bal-
boa Union Church, the Cathedral
of Saint Luke, and Canal Zone Mil-
itary Chaplains.
This lecture will be presented at
an open meeting of the Canal Zone
Forum on Youth. Those planning to
attend the lecture are requested to
advise the Office of the Youth Ad-
visor to the Governor as soon as
possible, phone 52-7634 or 52-3159.

Louis Austin Elected
To Atlantic Council
Louis Austin, of Margarita, was
elected a member of the Cristo-
bal-Margarita-Brazos Heights Civic
Council during the elections held
in November.
Austin's name was inadvertently
left off the list of council members
published in the SPILLWAY follow-
ing the announcement concerning
election results.

Volunteers Are Needed
Coco Solo Hospital is in need of
American Red Cross Volunteers.
Canal Zone residents already trained
or interested in taking a volunteer
course may report to the Red Cross
Chapter office building No. 1604,
Cristobal, or phone 43-1.671 from
8 a.m. to 12 noon, Monday through

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December 1, 1972

Ed Carwithen To Direct

"Messiah" Presentation

Handel's "Messiah" will be pre-
sented by the Community Chorus,
under the direction of Edward
Carwithen, at 4 p.m., December 10,
at the Balboa Union Church Sanc-
Carwithen, music director at Cris-
tobal Junior-Senior High School,
has been in the Canal Zone for 7
years. During this time, he has par-
ticipated in a large number of com-
munity productions. He directed
the Faur6 "Requiem" with the Isth-
mian Choral Society, was the bass
soloist in the 1968 Community
Chorus presentation of the "Mes-

Auto Races To Help

C.Z. United Fund
A 25-lap main event will high-
light the United Fund Auto Races
to be held December 10 at Aut6-
dromo PanamA, on the road to
Chepo, a mile past Tocumen Air-
The race program will include
several 10-lap heats and a special
invitational drag race. A drag meet
will be held at the Aut6dromo
December 3 to select the top eight
competitors who will race in the
United Fund show.
Admission to the United Fund
Races will be $2 per person and
children under 12 will be admitted
free. Soft drinks and hotdogs will
be on sale. Proceeds from the De-
cember 10 races will go to the Canal
Zone United Fund.
Practice for the United Fund Auto
Race will begin at 10 a.m. and qual-
ifications will start at 11:45 a.m.
The first race will get underway at

Novice Meet To Be Held
December 9 at Gatun Pool
A novice relay meet will be held
at 9 a.m., December 9, at the Gatun
Swimming Pool. This meet is spon-
sored by the Canal Zone Division
of Schools and is open to all stu-
dents attending Canal Zone Schools
who have not yet participated in a
classic meet.
Contestants may enter three
events is their age group. Age will
be determined as of the day of the
scheduled meet.

siah" and participated in the local
productions of "Roar of the Grease-
paint" and "Once Upon A Mat-
tres." He also served as musical di-
rector for the United Fund produc-
tions of "West Side Story" and
"Maine" and he and his family were
in "Ahmal and the Night Visitors"
which was presented at the Cris-
tohal Little Theatre.
Among Carwithen's other activi-
ties are singing in a barbershop
quartet and playing the French horn
in the Panama National Symphony

Edward Carwithen

English Teachers Needed
The Balboa YMCA has several
openings for part-time English
teachers. This is caused by the in-
creased enrollment during the Pan-
amanian summer school period,
January through March.
To qualify, applicants must have
a bachelor of arts degree but not
necessarily in teaching or with an
English major.
For more information contact
Robert E. Schmidt, YMCA Program
Director, at 52-2759.

Chinese Film To Be Shown
The film "The Great Victory Of
Mao Tse Tung's Thoughts" will be
presented on each side of the Isth-
nus next week for enrollees and
graduates of Civil Defense, USA
who have not seen the Chinese film.
Showings will be at 2:45 p.m.,
December 7, in Room 10, Adminis-
tration Building, Balboa Heights,
and 2:30 p.m., December 8, in
Room 142, Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School.

Herb Raybourn, Panama Canal Special Services Officer, demonstrates a
few skills on infield play to managers, coaches, players, and interested
parents who attended the baseball clinic held recently at the Pacific Little
League Field. Fundamentals that were covered in the four day clinic were:
batting, base running, pitching, catching, first-base, infield play, outfield
play, cut-offs plays and relays. The film American League Stars and Base-
ball Fundamentals narrated by Tony Kubek was shown on the last day.

1st PC Customer

From Sultanate

Makes Transit

The first vessel registered in the
Sultanate of Oman to use the Canal
transited recently on its way from
Callao, Peru, where it was built, to
She was the 102-foot fishing re-
search vessel Dorbat manned by a
crew that included Charles A. Black,
Jr., son of the former movie star
Shirley Temple Black. Young Black
left the ship here and returned to
the United States.
The vessel is on charter to Del
Monte International and will be
used in the Persian gulf and adja-
cent waters off Oman to research
fishing grounds.
The diesel operated craft was to
call at Trinidad after leaving Pan-
ama and was scheduled to make
her way to Oman by going around
Africa. Scientists from Del Monte
were to join the vessel at Muscat.
The modern fishing research boat is
completely air conditioned.

If you are about to retire, these
recommendations can help:
* Plan to hunt, fish, loaf, etc.,
no more than once a week. As a
steady diet, even ice cream becomes
* Make new friends. Join a
different club, become involved
with community activities, offer
some well deserving organization
your expert help.
+ Find another hobby in addi-
tion to those you enjoy. Take Greek
lessons, learn to rhumba, play win-
ning chess, build a better motor
for your car, take any course you
wish at college, grow orchids, and
so on. There are billions of things
you have always wanted to do if
you had the time. Now, you've got
it. Do them.
* Change the daily routine. Eat
your dessert first at dinner, try
your hand at sailing (in the harbor,
first). order escargot at a French
restaurant, visit the local court-
house, etc. Just go, be, think, and
then do.
* Forget the past. You are not
what you were. You are what you
are plus all that which you can be.
So try, experiment, learn, and try
again. To blazes with everybody.
Join a political party, make a
speech, help a needy veteran,
write to the editor, paint a picture,
read the encyclopedia.
* Keep out from under spouse's
feet. Little else need be said ex-
cept that you continue to make
your spouse proud of you-even in

Scientists from the Commerce
Department's National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration report
that the sea level from Maine to Vir-
ginia has been rising at three times
the normal Atlantic rate of 1 foot
every 100 years. The continued up-
ward swing of the water reportedly
poses a danger to resorts and indus-
try along the northeast coast.
According to the Department of
Commerce, scientists differ as to
whether the sea is rising or the land
is subsiding, but the practical effect
is the same since the water is inun-
dating the land to a greater ex-
tent than before. Many reportedly
believe it is a combination of both,
caused by a number of factors, in-
cluding the melting of glaciers and
the removal from the ground of in-
creasingly large supplies of water
and petroleum.


A check for $55 is presented Richard H. McConaughey, pipefitter in the
Locks Division by Victor H. Higgins, Superintendent of the Pacific Branch
of the Locks Division, for his suggestion which recommends elimination
of the requirement for flushing water cooler tanks every 6 months. The
, it.i.,,a w,,,;ll result i; anannual savinL of abouhnllt i$520.n

For Major Appliances

The Supply Division has issued a
series of instructions concerning the
installation of major appliances in
Canal Zone quarters:
Air Conditioners-Permission to
install the air conditioner .must be
requested from the Housing Man-
ager, who has specific requirements
as to where and how an air condi-
tioner can be installed in Govern-
ment quarters. Upon request after
the air conditioner is installed, the
Electrical Division will install re-
quired outlets. Pacific side call 52-
7714 and Atlantic side 43-2146.
Dryers-Dryers should be installed
by a qualified electrician. The
dryers are sold without the power
cord. The power cord can be pur-
chased at Section K, Storehouse, Pa-
cific, and the Cristobal Storehouse,
Atlantic, or will be furnished by the
Electrical Division, at the time of
installation. It is recommended that
you contact the Electrical Division,
Pacific side 52-7714 and Atlantic
side 43-2146.
Washers - The installation re-
quirements for washers will vary.

If a plumber is necessary to install
additional faucets or make other
plumbing alterations, you can con-
tact them by calling 43-2148 on the
Atlantic side and 52-3384 on the
Pacific side. If it requires the instal-
lation of electrical outlets, you can
contact the Electrical Division, Bal-
boa Field Office at 52-7714 and the
Mount Hope Field Office on the
Atlantic side at 43-2146.
Refrigerators-Refrigerators are
delivered and plugged in to ascer-
tain that they are working, within
the Canal Zone, by the Panama
Canal Company Refrigeration Shops
and arrangements for this will be
made by the store manager. If ice-
maker kits have to be installed or
connections for icemakers already
in the refrigerator have to be made,
it is suggested that you contact the
local dealer, whose name and tele-
phone number appear on the war-
ranty slip provided you at the time
of purchase. You may also con-
tact the Mount Hope Refrigeration
Shop, 43-1771 or Balboa Refrige;..-
tion Shop, 52-3332, for installation
of the icemaker kits.


In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin

Clerk-Stenographer NM-41i
Clerk-Stenographer NM-41---
Clerk-Typist NM-31 -.--- ----
Clinical Nurse NM-7-----.. ----
Customs Enforcement Officer NM-6----
Computer Operator NM-5/7
Dental Assistant NM-3/4-- - ~ .
Gardener MG-5 ___ -
Grounds Management Assistant NM-7---
Licensed Practical Nurse NM-3/4..--. _-...
Marine Traffic Controller Assistant NM-51
Police Private PL-1 ---_- .--
Position Classification Specialist NM-5/9__
Psychiatric Nurse NM-7/9----- -
Social Worker NM-9/11 ----
Supply Clerk NM-4_-- ----
Yard Conductor/Road Conductor RR-01/RR-02





Cartographic Technician NM-6 (NTE 6 months)
Dental Hygienist NM-5 (NIE 1 year)_ __-
Painting Worker MG-7 (NTE 9 months).__--
Photographic Equipment Repairer MG-8 (NTE 1 year).

Bureau Lo-
or ca-
Base Rate Division tion
$6,344.00 Police P
$4,492.80 Terminals A
$4,492.80 Personnel P
$8,673.60 Health A-P
$8,153.00 Customs A-P
/$8,673.60 Comptroller P
/$6,344.00 Coco Solo Has A
-- $1.81 Com. Serv. A
$8,673.60 Cor. Serv. P
/$6,344.00 Gorgas Hos. P
$7,051.20 Navigation A-P
$8,500.00 Police A-P
$10,566.40 Personnel A
$10,920.00 C.Z. Mental H. P
$12.667.20 C.Z. Mental H. P
-$6,344.00 Supply P
5.17/$5.43 Railroad P

- $2.03

Engineering P
Coco Solo Hos A
Dredging P
Schools P

Application must be submitted on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER. A separate appli-
cation must be submitted for each job listed. When applying for more than one position, indi-
cate 1st choice, 2d choice, etc. New listings are shown in boldface type. The base rates shown
will be increased for U.S. citizens by the appropriate differential plus a tax factor where appli-
cable. 1 Indicates a written test requirement. � Signifies a security position to be filled only by
a U.S. citizen. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Branch,
telephones 52-7996, 52-7501, or 3-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.

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Mas de 58 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Vol. XI, No. 25

Viernes 1i de Diciembre de 1972

Pocos Empleados Han

Pagado Seguro Educativo

Algunos empleados del Canal de
Panama se encontrarin en dificul-
tades la pr6xima vez que soliciten
el Paz v Salvo del Cobierno de Pa-
nami, debido al hecho de que no
han pagado el Seguro Educativo.
Se estin dando los pasos nece-
sarios para deducir el Seguro Edu-
cativo de los cheques de salario de
los empleados panamefios, proba-
blemente a principios de 1973, pero
mientras tanto, los empleados de-
berin pagarlo directamente, cada
mes. Los empleados deberin llevar
sus Estados de Cuenta a la Secci6n
de Cobros a Empleados de la Zona
del Canal, en la plant baja del Mi-
nisterio de Hacienda. Alli se calcu-

Cruzo el Canal

La Primera

Nave de Oman
La primera nave registrada en el
Sultanato de OmAn que usa el Canal
transit recientemente la via inter-
oceAnica en ruta del Callao, Per6,
en done fue construido, a Muscat.
Se trata del velero Dorbat dise-
fiado para pesca exploratoria, con
una longitud de 102 pies, cuya tri-
pulaci6n incluye a Charles A. Black,
Jr., hijo de la famosa ex actriz de
cine Shirley Temple Black. El joven
Black abandon la nave aqui y re-
gres6 a los Estados Unidos.
La embarcaci6n ha sido fletada
para Del Monte International y sera
empleada en el Golfo Persico y
aguas pr6ximas a OmAn, para de-
tectar bancos de peces.
La nave, que funciona con com-
bustible diesel, debe parar en Tri-
nidad despues de su trinsito por el
Canal y seguira viaje a Oman bor-
deando Africa. Cientificos de la fir-
ma Del Monte planean unirse a la
embarcaci6n en Muscat.
La modern embarcaci6n para
pesca exploratoria esta dotada com-
pletamente de aire acondicionado.

lanr la cantidad que debe pagar
el empleado. Dicha cantidad podrn
ser pagada a uno de los cajeros que
estin cerca de la Secci6n de Cobros.
El Seguro Educativo, que es de
75 centavos por cada $100 de sala-
rio bruto, debe ser pagado dentro
de los primeros 15 dias del mes si-
guiente. Si se paga mAs tarde,
se cobrarA un recargo. De acuerdo
con los funcionarios de la Secci6n
de Cobros, s61o alrededor del 10
por ciento de los empleados del
Canal de PanamA pagan regular-
mente el Seguro Educativo.
Dicha secci6n del Ministerio de
Hacienda mencion6 tambi6n que
los empleados de la Zona del Canal
con dependientes deberan llenar
nuevamente el Formulario 82, De-
claraci6n de Deducciones Persona-
les, puesto que el formulario que
Ilenaron en 1965 ya no esta en vi-
gencia. Se consider como depen-
dientes a los hijos de menos de 21
afios, que resident con sus padres o
aquellos que todavia estan en la es-
cuela o que no pueden trabajar de-
bido a enfermedad. Los empleados
que se encuentran en esta catego-
ria, deberAn presentarse a las ofici-
nas de Ingresos, del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, con el fin de
solicitar el nuevo formulario v re-
cibir las explicaciones necesarias.
La Oficina de Ingresos declare
tambien que los empleados de la
Zona del Canal que presentaron so-
licitud de prescripci6n de impues-
tos, en papel sellado, para los afios
1960, 1961 y 1962, deberin presen-
tarse nuevamente en dicha oficina,
con el fin de recibir una copia de
la resoluci6n official, que deberin
conservar para futuras referencias.
La Srta. Blanca Castrej6n v la
Srta. Janice Boutin, Directora v
Subdirectora, respectivamente, de
la Secci6n de Cobros a Empleados
de la Zona del Canal, en el Minis-
terio de Hacienda y Tesoro, v el
resto del personal de dicha depen-
dencia, tendran much gusto en
dar toda la avuda possible a los em-
pleados que lo necesiten.

Satisfecho y visiblemente emocionado, Dario E. De
Souza de Rainbow City sostiene el trofeo que le entre-
g6 Herbert Raybourn (con camisa blanca), poco des-
pubs de ganar el Clfsico por el Trofeo del Gobernador,
categoria masculina, celebrado el sAbado iltimo en la
piscina de Gamboa. Raybourn, quien es Funcionario
de Servicios Especiales del Canal de PanamA, hizo en-

trega del trofeo a De Souza en representaci6n del Go-
bernador David S. Parker. El ganador es flanqueado por
Alcides G6mez de Paraiso (izquierda), quien lleg6 se-
gundo, y por Oscar Agueda tambien de Paraiso, quien
ocup6 el tercer lugar. Observan el acto Roy Watson,
president del Consejo Civico de Rainbow Cify (dere-
cha) y Sam Blenman del Consejo Civico de Paraiso.

Ganaron De Souza y Prez se Presentar el

Fl CIcin Al ( l Gn rnrdnr 10 de Diciembre

LmI N l l owU WI Vmw Eu% E

Dario E. De Souza, de Rainbow
City, gan6 el trofeo del Goberna-
dor en la categoria masculina y la
veloz Estela P&rez, de Paraiso, re-
piti6 su hazafia por quinto afio con-
secutivo en la femenina, al cele-
brarse la traditional competencia
de nataci6n de la Zona del Canal el
pasado 25 de noviembre en la Pis-
cina de Gamboa.
Sesenta y siete juveniles, con eda-
des que oscilan entire los 8 y los 17
afios, participaron en las 32 compe-
tencias de nataci6n que se efectua-
ron la noche del sabado pasado ante
una gran conculrencia.
Herbert Raybourn, Funcionario
de Programs Especiales entreg6 el
impresionante trofeo a De Souza,

en representaci6n del Gobernador
David S. Parker, mientras que la
Sra. Jacqueline de Raybourn en-
treg6 el trofeo correspondiente a la
Srta. P&rez, en representaci6n de la
esposa del Gobernador.
De Souza cronometr6 las 100 yar-
das, estilo libre, en 55.5 segundos
venciendo ampliamente a sus inme-
diatos seguidores Alcides G6mez,
de Paraiso (1:00.5) y Oscar Agueda
(1:01) tambien de Paraiso. Estuvo a
2 segundos de la marca.
Por su parte la tritona Estela P6-
rez registry 1:08.9 (1 minute 8 se-
gundos 9 d6cimas) para la misma
distancia, quedAndose a 2 minutes
y 9 segundos de la marca que ella
misma implant. La siguieron en su
orden Xiomara Fray (1:11.5) y Yo-
landa Lewis (1:14.7), de Paraiso y
Rainbow City, re'spectivamente.
En puntaje total de las 32 com-
petencias, el sector Pacifico acumu-
16 170 puntos, mientras que los
competidores del sector Atlintico
hicieron 100 puntos. La puntuaci6n
se realize a raz6n de 5 puntos para
el primer lugar, 3 para el segundo
y 1 para el tercero.
Una excepcional organizaci6n ca-
racteriz6 nuevamente al clasico por
el Trofeo del Gobernador, corres-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Mesias de Handel
El Mesias de Handel sern presen-
tado por el Coro de la Comunidad
del Pacifico, que dirige el Profesor
Edward Carwithen, el pr6ximo 10
de diciembre a partir de las 4 de la
tarde en la Iglesia Uni6n de Balboa.
Carwithen, director de la Escue-
la Secundaria de Crist6bal, se en-
cuentra en la Zona del Canal desde
hace 7 afios. Durante ese tiempo ha
producido numerosas obras en la
comunidad. Dirigi6 el "Requiem"
de Faurn con la Sociedad Coral del
Istmo, fue solista de bajo durante la
presentaci6n del Mesias por el Coro
de la Comunidad del Pacifico en
1968 y particip6 en la producci6n
de las obras "Roar of the Grease-
paint" y "Once Upon A Mattress".
Tambien fungi6 como director mu-
sical de las producciones del Fondo
Unido "West Side Story" (Amor sin
Barreras), y "Mame" y, junto a su
familiar, particip6 en la obra "Ahmal
y los Visitantes Nocturnos" que fue
presentada en el Pequefio Teatro de
Entre otras actividades, el Profe-
sor Carwithen forma part de un
cuarteto masculine, de musica po-
pular y toca la cometa en la Or-
questa Sinf6nica de PanamA.

Se Reanuda Programa de

Practice con Estudiantes

Un grupo de alumnos graduandos de la Escuela Secun-
darin de Rainbow City recibe instrucciones de orien-
taci6n y seguridad de parte del CapitAn A. L. Gallin,

Jefe de la Division Industrial en Mount Hope, poco
antes de iniciar su period de 3 semanas de prActica en
esa dependencia del Canal.

El Program de Experiencia en el
Trabajo para estudiantes graduan-
dlos de Esc'uelas Latinoameriicanas
de la Zona del Canal, ha sido reanu-
dado este ano con la participation
de 83 alumnos de las escuelas se-
cundarias de Paraiso v Rainbow
Los estudiantes graduandos que
participan en el program han sido
divididos en dos grupos de -13 v 40
miemblros, respectivamente, que se-
rin repartidos entire dependencias
del Canal a fines de este afo v a
comiecnzos del pr6ximo.
El primer grupo, inteigrado por
20 estudiantes de la Escuela Secun-

duria de Paraiso y por 23 de Rain-
bowC CitvY, comenz6 u practice de
trabhjo el 20 de noviembre y debe-
ral cnncluir el proximo 8 de diciem-
El segundo grupo, constituido
por 20 alumnos de cada uno de los
rcferidos planteles, cumplirni s
prActica del 2 al 19 de 'nero del
pr6ximo aino. Ambos grupos cubri-
rin 3 semanas de experiencia en
trabajos que correspondan a los es-
tudioss quc realizan en sus respccti-
vos planteles.
Ccorge Mercier, Funcionario En-
cargado de Colocaciones Espocia-
(Conlimnla eln la pd0gina 4)

'*7 - - !�-7 -


Diciembre 1, 1972

Gente en la Noticia I R
1e~ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Hacer 3 afios escolares en varies
meses, trabajar como linotipista
y mecAnico-linotipista, alternar su
vida y experiencias en Honduras,
El Salvador y Panami, sobrevivir a
un naufragio y hacer de mecAnico
automovilista privado, son solo al-
gunas de las interesantes experien-
cias vividas por Jos6 S. Alegria Ch.,
mecanico-linotipista de la Divisi6n
de Servicios Administrativos del
Canal. Alegria, de nacionalidad sal-
vadorefia, lleg6 expresamente a la
Compafiia del Canal traido por el
agent distribuidor de linotipos Mer-
genthaler, Ing. Alfredo Valderrama,
para que armara un equipo de esa
marca adquirido por la Compafiia
del Canal en 1959. "Despuds de ar-
mar la mAquina, no se logr6 conse-
guir un mecanico-linotipista, presen-
tindose entonces la oportunidad de
trabajar con el Canal", dice Alegria.
Su inicio con la Divisi6n de Servicios
Administrativos data del 13 de mayo
de 1959, pero esa nueva fase de su
vida fue precedida por muy intere-
santes experiencias. Relata Alegria
que a pocos meses de haber nacido
en San Salvador, fue llevado a San
Pedro Sula en Honduras. Cumpli6
sus tres primeros afios de escuela
primaria en Honduras. De regreso
a El Salvador para continuar estu-
dios de primaria, la embarcaci6n en
que viajaba se hundi6 en el Golfo
de Fonseca, pr6ximo al Puerto de
La Uni6n de El Salvador, perdien-
do todos sus documents escolares.
En El Salvador fue obligado enton-
ces a hacer el primer grado, pero
en cuatro meses se le reconocieron
los cr6ditos hasta el tercer grado,
haciendo en un s6lo afio cuatro gra-
dos escolares. "En un aiio alcanc6 a
mis primes que estaban en cuarto
grado; no logr6 perder un solo afio",
dice sonriente y satisfecho Alegria.
Cumplida la primaria se le ofrecie-
ron dos becas: una para estudiar
arte grafico y otra en el Institute
Nacional de El Salvador, "pero no
pude aprovecharlas debido a difi-
cultades econ6micas". El Gran Dia-
rio-La Naci6n de El Salvador (ya
desaparecido) le dio a los 14 afios
de edad su primer empleo. Alli
cumpli6 3 aieos como aprendiz y 2
como operario de linotipo. Regres6
a Honduras a los 19 aios, incorpo-
rAndose de inmediato a la Editora
Hondurefia, de propiedad de la Cia.
Frutera. Trabaj6 en la edici6n del
Diario Comercial (bilingiie y con

Participaran en

Varios Deportes

Los Aprendices
Una merecida victoria obtenida
recientemente en su estreno en la
Liga Intercolegial de Baloncesto de
la Zona del Canal, Divisi6n Mayor,
ha alentado a los Aprendices a in-
tegrar una novena de beisbol.
El equipo de beisbol de los
Aprendices proyecta sostener en-
cuentros con la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal, y las Escuelas Sc-
cundarias de Crist6bal y Balboa.
Herbert Raybourn, funcionario
de servicios especiales de la Com-
pafiia del Canal, y Ralph Farn-
sworth, Jefe del Personal en Adies-
tramiento Industrial, han promovi-
do este program de participaci6n
de los Aprendices en diversas acti-
vidades deportivas.

Desde el 25 de Noviembre hasta el 19 de Diciembre de 1972

Aire Acondicionado
Sabado-Kid Galahad (T-102 mins.) y
The Last Escape (T-90 mins.) (G)
Domingo y Lunes-Cool Breeze (R)
Martes-The Weekend Murders y Five Savage
Men (R)
Miircoles y Jueves-Joe Kidd (PG)
Viernes, 10:00 o.m.-Dr. Terror's House Of
Horrors (T-105 mins.) (G)
Sabado-Bye Bye Birdie (T-112 mins.) (SIT.)
Todas las pel[culas comenzarin a las 7
p.m., a no ser que se indique lo contrario y
los programs estarin sujetos a cambios sin
previo aviso.


igual nimero de piginas que el
SPILLWAY) de circulaci6n general y
en el Campo GrAfico, impreso espe-
cialmente para los trabajadores de
la compafiua. En el Diario Comer-
cial conoci6 a Esteban L6pez, pe-
riodista y publicista panameiio ju-
bilado, de la Chiriqui Land Co.,
cuando 6ste viaj6 a Honduras para
ensefiar el manejo de una mAquina
tituladora. En esta empresa al poco
tiempo fue ascendido a Jefe de
Taller. Alegria reanud6 su peregri-
naje, volviendo a El Salvador para
aprender el manejo de un moderno
teletipo" en La Prensa Grafica. Vol-
vi6 a Tegucigalpa, Honduras, en
1954 "huyandole a las jornadas noc-
turas" pero una vcz iniciado en la
Imprenta Calder6n de esa ciudad
hondurefia fue trasladado al turno
de noche "porque los viejitos de esa
jomada se dormian". Pas6 despu6s
al diario El Cronista, decano de la
prensa hondurefia, y aprovech6 el
turno de dia para terminar el Plan
BAsico escolar (primer ciclo). Mien-
tras laboraba en El Cronista se aso-
ci6 con la Mergenthaler, para la
cual hacia trabajos de mecAnico.
"Entonces se produjo la feliz opor-
tunidad de viajar a PanamA", afirma
Alegria. Como mecanico-linotipista,
Alegria trabaja especificamente para
REVIEW, alternando su trabajo de
linotipista con el de mecAnico del
equipo de la Imprenta dc La Boca.
Sus delicadas funciones no le han
impedido ampliar sus studios, y de
alli que obtuviera en 3 afios su titu-

Maneje con Cuidado

iCuide a los Nifos!

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Goh'rnador Vicegohernador Director
de la Zona del Canal de Informacidn
El SPLLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal de
Panan:i, ein 1llBln Ilcihlts, Z. del C. Se autoriza la reproduccion ya fuere
verbal o c.s cil: (Ird Ciialllliit (r6 onica noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicited x('rEi'isa. I';l iiatrail 11que s desee publicar en el SPILLWAY
deberat eslar in lIa ( O)li. il . I rreiisa (d1l Canal de PanamA a mis tardar el
luncs a las 4 pI.. lr n 1 ii'aa ( ii iblicaci6n. Solamente el material urgent
puede ser recilhidho ii rlccsadii )ara sIr uisado la misma semana a mis tardar
el m1nrts al mn dioiiai , I)i'.lriliiiilii gratis a todos los empleados del Canal
de Panamai. Valr, dv aI subsl ipcii'iin para otros $2.60 al afio. Por Corrco
Ae$reo $10 al ailo. I,. ; lchlliis dcblin lhaIcrse pagaderos a The Panama
Canal Company y diriilidois a: Si'P.IAYv Siubscriptions, Box M, Balboa
ciglihts, C.Z.

lo de MecAnica Automotriz, Diesel
y Embobinamiento en el Institute
Tecnol6gico Rodolfo Diesel. Titulo
que obtuvo con honors: el primer
puesto. Sus conocimientos de meci-
nica automotriz los aplica, comno
"mecanico privado", en su autom6-
vil y los que tienen su esposa Dolo-
res Castro de Alegria, de nacionali-
dad hondurefia, y su hija Maria de
los Angeles Alegria, de 18 ailos de
edad. Su 6nica hija, educada en las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, estudia Odontologia
en la Universidad de Panami. Sus
multiples actividades, incluyendo la
de "mecanico privado", no han sido
obsticulo para que se dedique a la
lecture de obras escogidas. A este
respect dice ser an gran lector de
Jorge Isaacs y de Arthur Hailey, del
que cita obras como Airport, Hotel
y Wheels. Su responsabilidad en el
trabajo le ha merecido distinciones,
entire ellas el premio por servicio
sobresaliente, que le fue entregado
por el actual Gobernador David S.
Parker, cuando fungia como Vice-
gobernador. La gran aspiraci6n de
Alegria es tener una casa en Playa


Diciembre 8-Dia dedicado a hon-
rar a la Madre en Panama. Es fe-
cha de fiesta national, observado
principalmente con actos religio-
Diciernbre 8-Fiesta de la Inmacu-
lada Concepci6n Es el dia en que
tradicionalmente, los niiios hacen
la primer comuni6n en todas las
ciudades y pueblos de la Repai-
blica de PanamA.
Diciembre 15-Fiestas patronales de
la Inmaculada Concepci6n en Pe-
nonom6, capital de la Provincia
de Cocl6, bella pohlaci6n situada
a 103 mills dc la ciudad de Pa-
namni, sobre la Carretera Intera-
mericana. Uno de los puntos prin-
cipales de la celebraci6n tiene lu-
gar en el pintoresco balneario
"Las Mendozas", en el Rio Zara-
ti, que pasa il lado de la pobla-
ci6n. Consiste en la Ilegada de
la Reina de las Fiestas Patronales,
ataviada cono princess india, a
bordo de una balsa que es im-
pulsada por nadadores, vestidos
como los indios primitivos de la

9:30-De Mujer a Mujer
10:30-Hacia el Mafiana
11:00-Cocina en el Hogar
11:30-El Inspector Ardilla
12:00-La Periodista Atrevida
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Polla Musical y
6:00-Lucha Contra la Muerte
6:30-Tevedds Informa
7:30-Reino Salvaje
8:00-Los Protectores
8:30-La Recogida
9:30-El Sexto Sentido
10:30--Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Largo Metraje
9:00-Hacia El Mariana
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo per la Patria
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Las Comadres
1:00-Rabo Verde
2:00-Operaci6n Misterio
3:00-Los Invencibles
4:30-La Pareja Dispareja
5:00-El Show de Don Knotts
7:00-Los Socios
7:30-El Especial
8:30-Alias Smith y Jones
9:30-El Mundo de Jason King
10:30-El Reprise de Oro
10:30-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Pajaro Loco
12:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Invasores
3:00-Un Paso al Mis Alia

y Good Neighbor Sam (T-130 mins.) (SIT.)
Domingo-The Revengers (PG)
Lunes-The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers (PG)
Miercoles-The Last Voyage (G)
Jueves-Night Of The Generals y Traitors'
Gate (PG)
GUIA BE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general.
Se permitira la entrada de personas de
todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Guia
de los Padres, pues parte de la pelicula
no sera apta para ninos. (R) Restringida.
Los jdvenes de menos de 17 aios no seran
admitidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompa-
hados de uno de los padres o por su guar-
dian legal. (X) No se admitird menores de
17 anos. (SIT) Pelfcula con titulos en


4:30-Colorin Colorado (vivo)
5:00-Don Gate y su Pandilla
5:30-Ultra Seven
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Panama Canta con
Pille Collado
8:30-Trilogia Policiaca
9:30-Misi6n Imposible
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ladr6n Sin Destine
10:30-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Pijaro Loco
12:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Invasores
3:00-Un Paso al Mis AliI
4:30-Colorin Colorado (vivo)
5:00-King Kong
5:30-El Hijo de Meteoro
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Dan el Inflexible
8:30-Patrulla Secreta
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ladr6n Sin Destine
10:30-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El PAjaro Loco
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Invasores
3:00-Un Paso al Mas AllN
4:30-Colorin Colorado (vivo)
5:00-Mami y sus Increibles
5:30-Magilla Gorila
6:00-La Tremenda Corte


11:00-El Show de Mary Tyler
11:15-La Pandilla
12:00-Los Intr6pidos
12:30-Los Juguetes de Garbo
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
1:30-El Mundo Animal
2:00-Victor Martinez Blanco
5:30-Juguetes de Aldens
6:00--uguetes del Almacen
Bon Bini
6:30-Harper's Bazaar
9:30-Pzazz 72
11:00-Cine Colosal
8:30- Cimicas
9:15-Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:30-El Mundo Maravilloso
de Felix
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
9:00-Hawaii Cinco Cero
10:00-Luces, Camara, Accidn
11:00-Nuestra Mundo
11:15-La Pandilla
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
4:00-Mister Ed
4:30-Huckleberry Hound
5.00-Area 12

6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Show de Anthony Quinn
8:30-Galeria Nocturna
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ladr6n Sin Destino
10:30-Carnaval de Bartones
11:30-El Pajaro Loco
12:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Los Invasores
3:00-Un Paso al Mis AIIa
4:30-Colorin Colorado (vivo)
5:00-Los Cuatro Fantisticos
5:311-Leo el Le6n
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
8:00-Largo Metraje
9:30-Patrulla Juvenil
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ladr6n Sin Destino
10:30-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-El Pijaro Loco
12:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00--Los Invasores
3:00-Un Paso al Mas Ala
4:30-Colorin Colorado (vivo)
5:00-El Tire Loco
5:30-Calvin y el Coronel
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Dos Tipos Audaces
8:30-Los Atrevidos
9:30-O'Hara Agente Secrete
10:30-Ultimas Noticias
11:00-Ladr6n Sin Destine


5:30-Jim de la Selva
6:00-Los Hombres Altos
7:30-La Criada Bien Criada
10:00-Los Intocables
11:00-Cine 11
11:00-Nuestro Mundo
11:15-La Pandilla
11:45-Aventuras de RiTin TinTin
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
4:00-Mister Ed
4:30-Huckleberry Hound
5:00-Area 12
5:30-Jim de la Selva
6:00-Los Hombres Altos
7:30-El Tornillo
10:00-Centro Medico
11:00-Cine 11
11:00-Nuestro Mundo
11:15-La Pandilla
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:15- Cdmicos y Canciones
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
1:30 Telenovela
2:30- Telenovela
3:30 Telenovela
4:00-Mister Ed
4:30--Huckleberry Hound
5:00-Area 12
5:30-Jim de la Selva
6:00-Los Hombres Altos

10:00--Hroes Sin Nombre
11:00-Cine 11
11:00-Nuestro Mundo
11:15-La Pandilla
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
12:15-Jueves Estelares
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
4:00-Mister Ed
4:30-Huckleberry Hound
5:00-Area 12
5:30-Jim de la Selva
6:00-Los Hombres Altos
7:30-El Tornillo
10:00-Marcus Welby
11:00--Cine 11
11:00-Nuestro Mundo
11:15-La Pandilla
11:45-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
3:30 Telenovela
4:00-Mister Ed
4:30-Huckleberry Hound
5:00-Area 12
5:30-Jim de la Selva
6:00-Los Juguetes de
El Million
6:30 - Telenoticias
10:00-La Ley del Rev6lver
11:00-La Hora Cero

Pagina 2

Diciembre 1, 1972


"Una Gran Experiencia" Tuvieron

Los Practicantes Estudiantiles

Odette Cooper (izquierda) y Alma Damaris Moreno, dos de las entusiastas
graduandas del IJA que participan en el Programa de Adiestramiento Estu-
diantil, conversan teniendo como fondo el busto del Conde Fernando de
Lesseps, durante una visit hecha al Edificio de Administraci6n de la
Compafiia del Canal. Ambas estan muy satisfechas de su practice.

Festival de Cine de la

CFC Exhibe 8 Peliculas

Ocho peliculas serAn exhibidas
durante el Festival CinematogrAfico
de la Campafia Federal Combinada,
que comenz6 ayer y continuara
hasta el 7 de diciembre, con funcio-
nes en los teatros de Balboa y Coco
Las peliculas y sus protagonistas
son las siguientes:
Three Bites Of An Apple (Los
Tres Mordiscos de la Manzana)-
David McCallum, Sylvia Koscina.
Se trata de la historic de un guia
de turistas que qued6 mezclado con
una banda de contrabandistas en
Roma. Tiene clasificaci6n G.
Days Of Wine And Roses (Dias
de Vino y Rosas)-Jack Lemmon,
Lee Remick. Es la historic picante,
de un hombre, una mujer y el al-
cohol. Esta clasificada PC.
M*A*S*H*-Donald Sutherland,
Elliot Could. Alegre e ingeniosa co-
media contra la guerra, en la que
tres cirujanos desarrollan extrafios
m6todos de vida para sobrevivir a
la matanza que se produce ante sus
ojos. Tiene clasificaci6n R.
Yours, Mine And Ours (Los Tu-
yos, los Mios y los Nuestros)-Lu-
cille Ball, Henry Fonda. Esta peli-
cula, clasificada como G, trata de
la carrera de un official de la marina

Habra Carrera

De Autos Para

El Fondo Unido
Un variado program de carreras
de autos, cuyo produoto se destina-
ra al Fondo Unido, se efectuara el
pr6ximo 10 de diciembre en el
Aut6dromo Panama, localizado en
la Carretera de Chepo, a 1 milla del
Aeropuerto de Tocumen.
El program anunciado por Allen
Jones, corredor active y president
del Aut6dromo Panama, comprende
varies events de 10 vueltas al cir-
cuito y una prueba principal de 25
AdemAs habra un event de ace-
leraci6n en el que participant ocho
corredores invitados, que seran se-
leccionados en una competencia es-
pecial de aceleraci6n que tendra lu-
gar el pr6ximo domingo 3 de di-
ciembre, en el mismo Aut6dromo

con 10 hijos que se casa con una
viuda que tiene ocho mas, y luego
ambos tienen otros dos hijos.
Sex And The Single Girl (El
Sexo y la Mujer Soltera)-Tony
Curtis, Natalie Wood. Producci6n
de la famosa obra de Helen Gurley
Brown, levada a la pantalla. Tiene
clasificaci6n PG.
Cat Ballou (La Tigresa del Oeste)
-Lee Marvin, Nat "King" Cole.
Cinta clasificada como G, que trata
sobre un maestro de escuela en 1890
que trata de vengar la muerte de su
El Tesoro de la Sierra Madre-
Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston.
La clAsica historic de los buscadores
de oro, teniendo como sus protago-
nistas a dos grandes actores en su
mejor papel. Clasificada en G.
Ceremonia Secreta-Mia Farrow,
Elizabeth Taylor. Pelicula clasifica-
da como R, que trata sobre una
hu6rfana que, dominada por su ima-
ginaci6n, halla a otra mujer que
hace el papel de su madre muerta.
Los boletos validos para las ocho
peliculas se pueden obtener por $5
en la Oficina de la Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Administrativos; en la Geren-
cia de los Teatros; en el edificio del
Teatro de Balboa; el Club JWB de
Balboa; el Almac6n de Ventas al
detal de Balboa; el YMCA de Bal-
boa; el AlmacBn de Ventas al detal
de Coco Solo; y el Centro de Servi-
cio de Margarita.
Los precious de admisi6n para
cada funci6n sera de $1.
El program del Festival es el
Lunes 4-Three Bites Of An Apple
Martes 5-M*A*S*H*
Mi6rcoles 6-Yours, Mine And Ours
Jueves 7-Sex And The Single Girl
Lunes 11-Cat Ballou
Martes 12-Days Of Wine And
Mi6rcoles 13-The Treasure Of
Sierra Madre
Lunes 4-Cat Ballou
Martes 5-Days Of Wine And Roses
Miercoles 6-The Treasure Of
Sierra Madre
Jueves 7-Secret Ceremony
Todas las funciones comenzaran
a las 8:30 p.m.


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"Ha sido una gran experiencia",
"la prActica es un excelente medio
de ensefianza", "estoy sorprendida
de lo aprendido", "es una experien-
cia diferente", son algunas de las
entusiastas expresiones que lanzan
varias practicantes estudiantiles, tra-
tando de definir su breve experien-
cia en diversas dependencias de la
Compafiia del Canal.
Donna Parks, Alma Damaris Mo-
reno, Odette Cooper y Mariela
Moreno son cuatro agradables estu-
diantes del Instituto Justo Aroseme-
na, que forman parte de un grupo
de 42 alumnos graduandos de plan-
teles secundarios de Panama, que
cumplen un period de prActica de
oficina en el Canal.
"Magnifica Experiencia"
Mariela Moreno de la ciudad de
PanamA, quien realize su prActica
de 6 semanas en la Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento del Canal junto a su
compafiera de escuela Donna Parks,
tambi6n de PanamA, afirma que "ha
sido una magnifica experiencia", y
asegura que se aprende a tener-ma-
yor seguridad y confianza en lo que
se hace.
Advierte Mariela que, si bien las
funciones desempefiadas en practi-
ca de oficina en la Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento son las que se ofrecen
en la teoria, la experiencia result
much mas complete.
"Por otra parte, la prActica me
ha ayudado much a desenvolver-
me en el empleo del ingl6s", afirma
Mariela, quien espera continuar es-
tudios superiores en la Universidad
de PanamA para optar el titulo de
Contadora Piiblica. "Deseo llegar al
mAximo de superaci6n professional
possible , agrega.
Mariela obtuvo una amplia expe-
riencia, segun cuenta, en su prActi-
ca de oficina. Colabora en trabajo
de archives, redacci6n de cartas, or-
denar facturas, tomar dictados en
estenografia, y otras tareas menores.
Al referirse al papel de la juven-
tud en la era modema, sefiala que
esta debe estudiar para asumir con-
ciencia debida de los problems, y
entonces ayudar a resolverlos y lu-
char por sus ideales, en lugar de
distraer tiempo en cosas intrascen-
Sorprendida de lo Aprendido
Odette Cooper se manifiesta "sor-
prendida por lo que he aprendido",
y afirma que la practice es algo di-
ferente a la teoria que se recibe en
la escuela. Realiza su prActica de
oficina en la Direcci6n de Personal.
"El puesto y las tareas que se me

asignaron son de bastante impor-
tancia", indica al mencionar sus
funciones como practicante estu-
diantil. Ademas de tender informa-
ci6n de dependientes que requieren
atenci6n en los Hospitales Gorgas
y Coco Solo, Odette hace trabajo
de archive y atiende otros aspects
de oficina.
Luego de exaltar lo que defini6
como "una gran experiencia", Odet-
te se manifiesta partidaria de alter-
nar a las alumnas durante las 5 6 6
semanas de prActica, en diversas
oficinas para que conozcan con ma-
yor amplitud las distintas classes de
Odette aspira tambien a conti-
nuar studios de Contabilidad en la
Universidad de Panama.
Donna Parks coincide con sus
otras compafieras en que la "expe-
riencia es algo distinto a lo apren-
dido te6ricamente". Define su prac-


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Serv. Cor. P 1
Ferrocarriles P 1
Salubridad A-P 1-1
Hos. Gorgas P 1
C. S. Mental P 1
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Serv. Com. A 1
Abastos P 1
Policia P 1
Terminales A 1
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Contraloria P 1
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ingenieria P 1
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La solicitud debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO. Debera
someterse una solicitud separada para cada categoria de empleo. Si hace solicited para mis
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras
negritas. Los salaries indicados sermn aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del
diferencial apropiado ademas del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo 1 indica
que es necesario un examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad
donde puede emplearse solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Empleo y Utilizacidn de Emoleados, telifonos 52-7996, 52-7501,
52-3583 6 3-1288. No deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.

tica cumplida en la Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento del Canal, como
"una gran experiencia" y destaca la
gran colaboraci6n que recibi6 de los
empleados lo cual la ayud6-.segln
afirma-a aclarar muchas dudas.

Como si Fuera una Familia
Ese reconocimiento expresado
por Donna a la gran ayuda que ob-
tuvo siempre de los funcionarios
del Canal, lo sefialaron sus demis
compafieras. "Trabajamos como si
fuera una sola familiar; y recibimos
un trato como si fueramos emplea-
das permanentes", sefiala a conti-
Donna Parks elogia la gran or-
ganizaci6n en la Oficina en que co-
labora. Reconoci6 que las 6 sema-
nas fijadas han dado tiempo sufi-
ciente para conocer ampliamente el
trabajo de oficina. Desea continuar
studios superiores de Administra-
ci6n Pfiblica en la Universidad de
PanamA y aprender bien otros idio-
mas, "quizas cinco".

"Aprendi a Tener mas
Alma Damaris Moreno, simpatica
graduanda del IJA, nacida en An-
t6n, se manifiesta gratamente sor-
prendida de la experiencia. "He
aprendido a tener mayor responsa-
bilidad", afirma.
Alma piensa que la prActica debia
ser por mis tiempo. "Algunas oca-
siones me senti extrafia en la Divi-
si6n de Transporte a Motor, ayu-
dandome bastante la gran compren-
si6n que siempre tuvieron hacia mi
los funcionarios de la Divisidn",
Las funciones de Alma van desde
las de archive y escribir cartas a
mAquina, hasta recibir dictados en
estenografia. "La experiencia en
trabajo de oficina ha sido complete".
Los 42 estudiantes que cumplen
este afio su prActica de oficina en
]a Compafiia del Canal han teni-
do una experiencia inolvidable. Las
frases de satisfacci6n y gratitud de
Alma, Donna, Odette y Mariela,
compendian ese maduro sentimien-
to de responsabilidad de los j6venes
que, como ellas, demuestran star
prestos a asumir su papel en la co-

Pagina 3

En plena practice de oficina aparecen en la foto superior las j6venes estu-
diantes del IJA Donna Parks (izquierda) y Mariela Moreno, qtienes forman
parte del grupo de 42 estudiantes de planteles secundarios de Panama que
participan en el Programa de Adiestramiento Estudiantil en la Zona del
Canal. Ambas terminan su period de prActica de oficina el 6 de diciembre.


Diciembre 1, 1972

Publican Requisitos Para

Instalar Ciertos Aparatos

La Division de Abastos ha emiti-
do una series de instrucciones en re-
laci6n con la instalaci6n de apara-
tos electricos mayores en residen-
cias de la Zona del Canal.
Dichas instrucciones se refieren
a los aparatos de acondicionamien-
to de aire, miquinas secadoras, la-
vadoras y refrigeradoras.
Respecto a los acondicionadores
de aire, las instrucciones son las si-
guientes: El permiso para instalar
los acondicionadores de aire debe
conseguirse con el Gerente de la
Oficina de la Vivienda quien darA
las instrucciones especificas sobre
d6nde y c6mo deberi ser instalado
el aparato en viviendas pertenecien-
tes al Gobierno. Una vez que el
acondicionador de aire este instala-
do, de acuerdo con la debida solici-
tud, la Divisi6n de Electricidad ins-
talara las tomas de corriente nece-
sarias. En el sector Pacifico se debe-
rA llamar al 52-7714, mientras que
en el sector AtlAntico se llamarA al
Las secadoras deberAn ser insta-
ladas por un electricista calificado.
Las secadoras se venden sin el cor-
d6n elbctrico. Dicho cord6n puede
adquirirse en la Secci6n K de los
Almacenes, en el Pacifico y el Alma-
cen de Crist6bal, en el sector AtlAn-
tico, o pueden ser suministrados por
la Division de Electricidad cuando
install la secadora. Se recomienda
que se Ilame a la Divisi6n de Elec-
tricidad, 52-7714, en el sector Pa-
cifico, y al 43-2146, en el sector
Los requisitos para la instalaci6n
de lavadoras varian. Si se necesita
un plomero para instalar grifos adi-
cionales o efectuar cualquiera otra
alteraci6n de dicha naturaleza, en-
tonces se deberA solicitar dichos ser-
vicios llamando al 43-2148 en el
sector Atlantico y al 52-3384 del
sector Pacifico. Si se necesita la
instalaci6n de tomas de corriente,
se podra lamar a la Oficina de
Campo de la Divisi6n de Electrici-
dad en Balboa, 52-7714, o a la Ofi-
cina de Mount Hope, en el sector
AtlAntico, tel6fono 43-2146.
Las refrigeradoras son entregadas
e instaladas para tener la seguridad
de que funcionan dentro de la Zona
del Canal servidas por los Talleres

de Refrigeraci6n de la Compaiia
del Canal de PanamA y los arreglos
para ello pueden hacerse con el ge-
rente del almacin donde se compra
el aparato. Si deben instalarse apa-
ratos para fabricar hielo, o hacer la
conexi6n para uno que tenga la re-
frigeradora, se sugiere ponerse en
contact con el distribuidor local
de la refrigeradora, cuyo nombre y
nimero de tel6fono aparece en el
certificado de garantia que se le en-
trega a usted al moment de la com-
pra. Tambi6n puede comunicarse
con el Taller de Refrigeraci6n de
Mount Hope, tel6fono 43-1771 o
con el de Balboa, tel6fono 52-3332,
para la instalaci6n de los aparatos
para fabricar hielo.

Extienden Plazo

En dos Planes

De Beneficios
Debido a que muchos empleados
no han recibido los panfletos que
explican los dos amplios programs
de beneficios de salud del Gobier-
no (Blue Cross y Aetna), se ha dis-
puesto extender las inscripciones
para cada uno de ellos hasta el 15
de diciembre. El period original
era del 15 al 30 de noviembre.
Los panfletos serAn distribuidos a
todos los empleados tan pronto
como se reciban. Los empleados
pueden inscribirse o cambiar su ac-
tual seguro llenando el formulario
2809 de Registro para Beneficios de
Salud, que se puede obtener en el
Ramo de Servicio a los Empleados,
telefono 52-7831.
0 a .

Recientemente, el conductor de
un tren en Nueva Jersey, tuvo que
frenar sibitamente. Lo hizo para
evitar chocar a un autom6vil que
circulaba por la via del tren, en la
misma direccidn. Lo mis raro del
asunto es que el conductor del auto-
mnvil, un caballero de unos 70 afios,
insistid en que dl iba por una carre-
tera y acus6 ante las autoridades al
conductor del tren de haberlo segui-
do demasiado cerca.

-,(" -. . , -B : -, 1

La Sra. Jacqueline de Raybourn, esposa de Herbert Raybourn, Funciona-
rio de Servicios Especiales del Canal, felicita a Estela P6rez luego de ganar
6sta por quinto ano consecutive el Trofeo del Gobernador, categoria feme-
nina, disputado el sAbado pasado en la piscina de Gamboa ante una gran
concurrencia. La Sra. de Raybourn entreg6 el valioso trofeo a Estela, en
representaci6n de la esposa del Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Sra.
Betty de Parker. Estela se retira triunfalmente de esa clasica competencia
annual de nataci6n, limitada hasta los 17 afios de edad.

I Visitantes

Tres visitantes de Costa Rica que
recorrian las Esclusas de Miraflo-
res el domingo pasado, se alboroza-
ron tanto al descubrir que poseian
billetes premiados de la Loteria
de Panama, que interrumpieron su
gira por el Canal para regresar en
taxis a PanamA y cobrar sus pre-
Uno de los visitantes habia com-
prado dos pedazos de billete, ihvir-
tiendo $1.10 y ganando $2.000,
mientras cada uno de los otros dos
gan6 $1.000.
Despuds de cobrar el product
de su ganancia, los felices visitantes
regresaron a las esclusas para com-
pletar su gira. Los afortunados for-
man parte de unos 400 costarricen-
ses que realizan una excursion por
]a Carretera Interamericana en via-
je combinado de vacaciones y de
compras de Navidad.

Se Reanuda .. .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
les en la Direcci6n de Personal,
quien coordina el program con el
Superintendent de las Escuelas La-
tinoamericanas en la Zona del Ca-
nal, Ellis L. Fawcett, explica que
dicho program tiene el objetivo de
proporcionar a los alumnos una cla-
ra experiencia sobre el trabajo de
la especialidad que estudian.
Del total que participant este
afio lectivo en el program, 30 son
sefioritas y el resto (53) son hom-
Participaran 43 de comercio, 11
de automotores, 14 de trabajo de
madera y 15 de metalurgia. Han
sido divididos para que hagan su
prActica en las Divisiones Indus-
trial, de Transporte a Motor, Perso-
nal, el Hospital Coco Solo, las Es-
clusas, el Hospital Gorgas, Mante-
nimiento, Terminales, Abastos y
El mayor nimero de practicantes
estudiantiles estarA distribuido en-
tre las Divisiones Industrial (22), de
Transport a Motor (17), Personal
(12) y en el Hospital Coco Solo
(10) y las Esclusas (10).
El program, refiere Mercier, se
efectu6 por primera vez con nota-
ble 6xito hace 2 afios, pero no se
continue. Recuerda el Funcionario
Encargado de Colocaciones Espe-
ciales que en aquella ocasi6n fun-
cionarios de las unidades en donde
sirvieron los 80 estudiantes expre-
saron su reconocimiento a la gran
colaboraci6n ofrecida por los alum-
Se proyecta continuar ese progra-
ma de experiencia en el trabajo en-
tre los alumnos graduandos de Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona
del Canal, en los pr6ximos aiios,
dijo Mercier, como un medio para
que practiquen lo que serin sus fu-
turas funciones al graduarse y para
que conozcan aunque sea ligera-
mente la Compafiia del Canal.




Esta es la 6poca en que todo el
mundo se prepare para la Navidad
y lo que mAs se compra son los
juguetes de los nifios.
A continuaci6n les presentamos
algunas sugerencias que le ayuda-
rin a seleccionar juguetes que sean
seguros y adaptados a la edad de
cada nifio.
De Menos de 2 Afios: Es la edad
en que todo se lleva a la boca.
A los nifios les gusta mirar y escu-
char. RegAlenles mufiecas y anima-
les pequefios, suaves y lavables,
bafiaderas de juguete, maracas, blo-
ques, juguetes musicals y juguetes
simples que se empujen o se halen.
Evite los juguetes que tienen bor-
des afilados, que se quiebren facil-
mente, los que tienen parties remo-
vibles que se pueden tragar con fa-
cilidad y los juguetes inflamables.
De 2 a 4 Afios: En esta edad los
nifios exploran todo. Empiezan a
darse cuenta de lo que pueden ha-
cer; les gusta explorer y quieren ju-
guetes que puedan manejar por si
RegAlenles animalitos de madera
o rellenos, libros de dibujos para
colorear, carritos, tableros de.clavi-
jas, o cualquier juguete sencillo con
que puedan hacer cosas; cochecitos
de mufiecas y juguetes de cocina y
otros parecidos para las nifias; ca-
rros y vagones que puedan empujar.
Evite los juguetes que tienen bor-
des afilados, los inflamables y los
electricos; los que sean demasiado
pesados para la fuerza del nifio; los
juguetes mal hechos que puedan
romperse o despegarse, y muy espe-
cialmente, cuentas y canicas.
Entre los 4 y los 6 Afios: Es el
principio de la edad creative. Los
nifios quieren estar con otros nifios.
Les gustan los juegos de grupo y les
encanta star al aire libre. Tratan
de imitar y de hacer las cosas por
si mismos. RegAlenles creyones y li-
bros para colorear, arcilla para mol-
dear, tijeras que no tengan punta,
libros de cuentos, maletines de mb-
dico y enfermera, juegos sencillos,
autos de pedal; mufiecas, casas de
mufiecas y juegos de muebles y de
cocina para las nifias; models de
vehiculos, juegos sencillos de cons-
trucci6n y equipo pequefio depor-
tivo para los nifios. Evite regalarles
dardos y juguetes que disparen y
que puedan dafiarles los ojos; ju-
guetes m6viles de poco balance,
como triciclos, al igual que jugue-
tes o disfraces inflamables.

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
pondidndole el honor al comity pre- 100 yards pecho (11-12 aflos)
Gene Griffith, Paraiso-_---1:27.8
sidido por Julian Hoyte y que inte- Michele V. Reece, R. City _1:40
graron Roy Watson, Alexander -ud- 100 yards pecho (13-14 afios)
Wilfredo Anderson, B. City-1:21
son, Robert Urquhart de Rainbow Sylvia Ford, Paraiso ---- 1:32.6
City; Samuel Blenman, Ernest Wil- 100 yards pecho (15-17 afios)
CUsar Castillero, Paraiso-_ 1:16.9
son y Rupert Phillips de Paraiso; y 50 yards espalda (9-10 afos)
Webster Marshall v Cecil Springer Omar Rodriguez, Paraiso 46.7
d P o i l. C r tr a 50 yards espalda (10 o menos)
de Pedro Miguel. Cable resaltar, asi- Rubina Christopher, R. City _55.0
mismo, la gran labor desarrollada 100 yards espalda (11-12 afios)
Rogelio Chan, Paraiso -- 1:26.2
por los oficiales y los cronometristas. Berta Colona, Paraiso ___ 1:53.0
A continuaci6n los ganadores de 100 yards espalda (13-14 afos)
Justin Anglin, Paraiso -----1:23
cada uno de los 32 events cele- Sheryl Brooks, Paraiso.---- 1:47
brados, incluyendo las tres prime- 100 yards espalda (15-17 afios)
Alcides G6mez. Paraiso -- - 1:07.8
ras posiciones masculine y femenino 50 yards mariposa (10 o menos)
por el Trofeo del Gobernador: Mark Clark, Paraiso ._-. -. 50.0
Clara Franklin, Paraiso .. -49.08
25 yards libre (8 afios o menos) 100 yards mariposa (11-12 afios)
Antonio Hartley, R. City- 20.3 Francisco Franklin, Paraiso 1:53.8
D6bora Jim6nez, Paraiso_____- 17.5 Michel V. Reece, R. City__ - 2:00
50 yards libre (9-10 afios) 100 yards mariposa (13-14 afios)
Omar Rodriguez, Paraiso ____36.5 Alberto Valderrama, Paraiso-1:26
Clara Franklin, Paraiso ____36.5 100 yardas mariposa (15-17 afios)
100 yards libre (11-12 afios) Alcides G6nmez, Paraiso-- 1:12.3
Rogelio Chan, Paraiso._--_. 1:11
Sara Meza, R. City-_ - 1:26.8 Clisico Gobernador (Masculino)
100 yards libre (13-14 aios) 100 \ardas libre
Luis Balmaceda, R. City -- 1:04 1 Dario De Souza, R. City 55.5
Xiomara Fray, Paraiso _1:09.4 2n Alcides G6mez, Paraiso 1:00.5
200 yards libre (15-17 afios) 39 Oscar Agueda, Paraiso 1:01.0
Dario De Souza, R. City - 2:18.5 Goernador (Feenino
25 yards pecho (8 afios) Chlsico Goberador (Femenio)
Marco A. Gittens, i. City -- 23.7 100 vardas libre
50 yards pecho (9-10 afios) 1" Estela Perez, Paraiso -1:08.9
Aurelio Gittens, R. City -45.5 2' Xiomara Fray, Paraiso- 1:11.5
Clara Franklyn, Paraiso -- 48.5 3" Yolanda Lewis, R. City 1:14.7

Entre los 6 y 8 Aflos: Comienza
la edad de la destreza. Los niiios
comienzan a confiar en si mismos,
les gusta sentirse independientes y
quieren estar con otros nifios. Re-
gAlenles libros de cuentos, juegos,
rompecabezas, juegos de artesania
y manalidades, y patines. A las
nifias, juegos de costura, de cocina
y de articulos del hogar; models
de vehiculos, juegos de construc-
ci6n, trenes el6ctricos, herramien-
tas ligeras para los niios y otros ju-
guetes que los nifios puedan utilizar
vigilados por una persona adulta.
Evite los juguetes con puntas o bor-
des afilados, los juguetes mecAnicos
con engranajes descubiertos y los
juguetes que disparan.
Entre los 8 y los 10 Afios: Los
nifios empiezan a desarrollar habi-
lidades especiales e intereses y a
ellos dedican principalmente sus
horas de juego. RegAlenles libros,
juegos, titeres, bicicletas, equipo
deportivo, y juegos de manualida-
des, fon6grafos y discos; instrumen-
tos musicales. Eviten las herramien-
tas, equipo o juegos de manualida-
des que puedan ser peligrosos, a no
ser que el nifio sea vigilado por un
adulto cuando lo use.

El Cuadro de Honor

Del Banco de Sangre

Guillermo Bethancourt
Alonso Butcher
Rigero Fil6s
Pedro Hurtado
Vincent Hyman
Roberto A. Mingo
Armando Prescott
Carlos Stewart
Royce D. Dunlap
Mary Jean Cole
Susan Cuthbirth
Charles W. Flynn
Coral Olson
Lee M. Tomlin
Orlando Barrios
William H. Cox
Glenn R. Heath
Harley McGinnis
William Nieves
Gloria Love
Charles Kalb
Roberto V. Martinez
Reine Peters
George Baptiste
Wilfred Barrow
Victor Chiari
Miguel A. C6rdoba
Lorenzo Dutton
Enrique Ellis
Richard M. Hirons
Armando Jarquin, Jr.
Alberto C. Knight
Albert Mayers
Alphonso R. Morris
Joseph O. Nicholson
Joseph N. Parris
F6lix N. Simmons
Dudley A. Smith
Aurelio Toppin
Fernando Valds
Allen Trapp
Alberto Wood

Pagina 4