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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.

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

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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)

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Gift of the Panama Canal , . U..


More Than 59 Years of Service to World Commerce


The Panama Canal Spillway


Vol. XII, No. 38


Friday, March 15, 1974


Terminals Division Lauded


For Cleaning Up of Oil


The Terminals Division was re-
cently applauded for its efforts in
helping to clean up a sizeable oil
spill that occurred last month at
Las Minas Bay, near Colon.
The division won the praise of
Mauricio Salazar H., vice president
of manufacturing, Refineria Pana-
mai, S.A., who directed his com-
ments in a letter to Charles R.
Clark, Transportation and Terminals


Navy Carnival

Offers Fun for

Adults, Kiddies
The 1974 Navy Carnival kicked
off a 4-day weekend gala affair yes-
terday at the U.S. Naval Support
Activity, Canal Zone, just off the
Bruja Road entrance.
There are games of chance, food,
refreshments, rides for all, dancing,
live entertainment, and loads of
fun and excitement for all.
This year the Navy Carnival has
put together a group of 20 booths
and an array of 12 rides. For the
adults, the Navy Carnival offers
such rides as: The Round-Up,
Rock-O-Plane, Paratrooper, Tra-
bant, Spider, Scrambler, and Tip-
Top. Kiddie rides include such
favorites as: the Boat Ride, Race
Ride, Combination Ride and the
Space-Age Ride.
The Navy Carnival opens at 4
p.m., today, and at 1 p.m., tomor-
row and Sunday and closes at mid-
night each night.
All proceeds from the Navy Car-
nival help the Navy Relief Society
and the Naval Officers and Enlisted
Wives' clubs activities: Everyone
is invited.

Medical Wives Group

Offers 2 Scholarships

In Field of Health
The Canal Zone Medical Wives'
Society will again offer two scholar-
ships to students planning careers in
a health care field.
These scholarships, for students
enrolling at Canal Zone College, are
for 1 year, and will cover tuition,
fees and required books. Continuing
scholarship students will be given
preference when new scholarships
are awarded.
Applicants may be citizens of
either the United States or Panama.
Financial need, scholarship and
general character are basic con-
siderations.
Applications should be made
through Canal Zone College. The
deadline for receiving applications
is March 30.
For further information call Mrs.
Jason Otter, scholarship chairman,
telephone 84-3620.
The Medical Wives' Society will
be selling its English-Spanish cook-
book, La Cocina de PanamA.
March 29, at the Balboa Retail
Store from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Cookbooks are always available
by calling 87-5662, or mailing
orders to Box 925, Fort Clayton.
Proceeds from the sales go to
sponsor welfare projects supported
by the Medical Wives.


Director. Salazar also commended
the Dredging Division for its assist-
ance in the clean-up project and
wrote a letter of thanks to Walter
W. Fade, Chief, Dredging Division.
The letter to Clark said in part:
"The excellent performance of
your organization in response to
our request for assistance to con-
tain and collect the oil spill result-
ing from the collision of the MV
Nopal Sea and our barge Chilibre,
was only possible through the efforts
of the men who were assigned to
direct the oil recovery operation in
the field.
"Along the above lines we wish
to give special recognition to Mr.
J. A. Feely, Oil Pollution Control
Inspector, Terminals Division, for
his dedicated and outstanding par-
ticipation in the operation in refer-
ence.
"Our appreciation is also ex-
tended to all members of your
organization who directly or in-
directly contributed to this sucess-
ful operation and particularly, to
those on the attached list."
Terminals Division employees
Salazar made reference to were
James A. Feeely, Harvey L. Ste-
phenson, Emilio Garcia, Aquilino
Vald6s, Faustino Mendoza, Ulbio
Quiroz, Winston Graham and
Antonio G6mez.

Academy Candidate Named
Craig F. Estancona, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Estancona, res-
idents of Panama City, has been
designated by Cov. David S. Parker
as the principal candidate of the
Canal Zone to attend the U.S. Mer-
chant Marine Academy at Kings
Point, N.Y.
Born in Arlington, Va., Craig is
a senior at Balboa High School and
a member of the National Honor
Society.


!:~i': F


Workmen demolish the last six of the Type-17 quarters
on Plank Street, Balboa, to make room for 14 masonry


President Nixon

Proclaims March

Red Cross Month
President Richard M. Nixon has
proclaimed March as Red Cross
Month and in a memorandum has
asked that the Federal Government
and its employees give their fullest
support to this organization, which
stands constantly ready to be of
service wherever it is needed.
In his memorandum, the Presi-
dent stated:
"Red Cross Month is a time for
every American to reflect upon the
vital role the Red Cross and its
volunteers play to alleviate suffering
and to meet a vast spectrum of
human needs in our society.
Through the Red Cross, we donate
blood to help cure the ill and in-
(Continued on p. 4)


Using a battery pack, Sgt. Virgil E. Voyles, at left, and Rafael A. Grimaldo,
members of the Police Division, try out the new radar gun that can clock
motorists from 1 mile away. The gun is a portable method of using the
old radar system to read a vehicle's speed.


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contemporary housing units. The quarters were built
in 1917 and considered "top of the line" housing.


The remaining six of approxi-
mately 200 Type-17 wooden cot-
tage quarters, once considered "the
top of the line post-Canal construc-
tion quarters," are being demolished
to make room for new masonry
quarters.
Last to go in the Type-17 quar-
ters are located on Plank Street in
Balboa. Built in 1917, they were
originally constructed on 4-ft posts
and in 1929 they were raised to
accommodate the construction of
carports, maid's rooms and laundry
facilities.
In 1932, a botanist from the
Smithsonian Institution planted ma-
hogany trees in the Plank Street
area, which is now dotted with
grown trees that give shade to the
street.

Voting Assistance

Booklet Available

For U.S. Citizens
Copies of Voting Assistance
Guide, a booklet which provides
valuable voting information for
each state, have been distributed
to all bureaus, divisions, and inde-
pendent units and to the main Canal
Zone Library-Museum and branch
libraries.
Copies are also being provided
to business, fraternal, and employee
organizations in the Canal Zone.
The Voting Assistance Guide
contains absentee registration and
voting rules for every State and
U.S. Territory, general information
on voting, Congressional District
maps, a county seat and Zip Code
directory, primary election dates,
and essential registration and voting
deadlines.
Applications for absentee ballots
may be obtained by U.S.-citizen
employees at Building 449-X, Por-
tobello Street, Ancon (telephone
52-3229). The applications will be
mailed upon request. Persons with
questions concerning voting may
call the same number for assistance.


Through the years, the Type-17's
were renovated, repainted and
modernized as long it was econom-
ical to do so. Eventually, however,
investment in this type of unkeep
reached the point of diminishing
returns and gradually they were
ordered demolished. The Plank
Street houses being torn down will
make room for 14 of the 48 con-
temporary masonry quarters for
which a contract will be let in June.
The balance of the new quarters
will be constructed in other U.S.
community townsites on both sides
of the Isthmus.
Announcement that approval had
been obtained for the construction
of the new housing units was made
by Gov. David S. Parker last Sep-
tember.
The large housing construction
project represents an acceleration of
the Canal's program to replace 100
substandard U.S. quarters. Last
year, 10 new two-story, masonry
housing units were completed and
assigned to families on both sides
of the Isthmus. Six of the new du-
plex apartments were constructed
on La Boca Road and four were
built on Third Street, Margarita.
Ten additional duplexes of this
type were contracted for last May,
two of which were built in Mar-
garita. Four will be built on La
Boca Road and four on Hospital
Road in Corozal.
The housing shortage was par-
tially alleviated last year when 24
masonry units, eight bachelor and
16-family quarters, were turned
over to the Panama Canal by the
Federal Aviation Administration,
which considered them surplus to
current needs.

Canal Zone-Pacific Area
POTABLE WATER USAGE
(Average Gallons Per Day)
Last week_________. - 11,436,300
Week before last___ 10,875,000
Last week a year ago_ 12,839,100
HELP SAVE WATER


Making Room for New Houses


Last of Type-17 Cottage


Quarters Are Demolished







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


March 15, 1974


Students of Cristobal High School Shop Class and their tour of the Industrial Division complex at Mount Hope
instructor recently were given an orientation and guided by the division safety officer and three supervisors.


Curundu Junior High

To Give Melodrama

Tonight, Tomorrow
Curundu Junior High School is
producing an old fashioned melo-
drama with a setting in the late
1800's.
Elizabeth Crimison, Tony Rivera,
Monica Davis, Thelna Diaz Cruz
and Robert Roman are just some of
the many talents contributing to
this comedy. The show concerns
happenings in and around the "Sa-
lami Opera!" The excitement all
takes place tonight and tomorrow
in the Curundu Cafetorium. The
curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m.


Canal


Featur

Canal Zone a
Scouts and the
lished between th
chronicled recent
article in Boys'
magazine with
almost 1/ million
The article, e
Adventure," was
Halter and is il
color and black
in the January is
read magazine.


The cast of the Canal Zone College's spring musical pr
spell" goes through warm-up antics in preparation for
performance March 21. Seated at 12 o'clock high is the
Danny Webb, who portrays Jesus Christ in the joyful an
tion of the life of Christ in the contemporary Broadwa
which is based on the Gospel according to St. Matthe'
Webb, in a clockwise order, are: Jan Nehring, Rafa
Douglas, Barbara McShane, Pat Valle, Charles Reese
dual role of St. John the Baptist and Judas), Ralph Abi
Diane Shiner, and Glenn Bozman. "Godspell" will hav
the college including, in addition to the March 21
formances on March 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, and 30. "Godspell
by the instructor of drama at the college, Bruce Quinn,
Nancy Ameglio, with Dr. Victor Herr, serving as mus
show is being staged by students enrolled in drama and
the college. Reservations may be made by calling the cc
hours at Balboa 3107. Price of admission is $3. There
for Student Senate members and members of other Stl
of $1. Curtain time is 8 p.m. nightly.

Panama Canal Sp
DAVID S. PARKER CHARLES I. McGINNIS I
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor
THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an official publicati
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. All articles are available t
may be reprinted without further clearance. SPILLWA
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later than 4
week of publication. Only urgent material can be accep
Tuesday. Distributed free to all Panama Canal emplo
cost for others $2.60 a year. Airmail subscription cost
checks payable to Panama Canal Company and addr
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C


Zone, Cuna Scouts


ed in "Boys' Life"

and Cuna Indian Canal Zone Council, Bov Scouts
friendship estab- of America, Troop 31 of Los Rios
ie two groups were visited the San Blas islands of Nar-
tly in a four-page gana and Coraz6n de Jesus last
Life, a Scouting year for a few days of Scouting
a circulation of activities with their Cuna counter-
n. parts, members of the first troop
entitled "San Bias ever formed on the islands. Head-
written by Jon C. ing the Canal Zone of 16 Scouts
lustrated by both was James A. Hattrick, the scout-
and white photos master of Troop 31 and chairman
sue of the widely- of the council's International Rela-
tions Committee.
The boys from Troop 44 of the
San Bias and the Canal Zone were
divided into patrols so that each
patrol had at least two boys from
the Canal Zone who could speak
English. And if the patrol leader
was from one troop, then the assist-
ant was from the other.
Together they pitched camp,
swam, cooked out, practiced first
aid and other scouting skills while
doing their part for international
good will. Before the Canal Zone
Scouts departed, members of the
, two troops exchanged neckerchiefs.
The article points out that: "Two
, J. months later the next step in friend-
ship-building was taken: the Scouts
S from Troop 44 visited Panama City
H *and the Canal Zone. After 2 days
of sightseeing with their brother
-.. Scouts, they returned to their
a island."
During their visit to the Canal
Zone, the Cuna Scouts paid a
courtesy call on Lt. Gov. Charles I.
SMcGinnis, who was then president
of the council. They also presented
the Lieutenant Governor with a
- mola neckerchief from their troop.
- As a result of these two inter-
oduction of "God- changes, a Cuna Scout was one of
its opening night a group of Scouts who attended the
star of the show, U.S. National Boy Scout Jamboree
id happy presenta- in Moraine State Park, Pa. It was
y musical comedy the first trip outside the country for
w. Also seen with 16-year-old Manuel Herrera, of
ael Reyes, Denny
(whoel Reyes, Denny Coraz6n de Jesds. All expenses for
(who portrays the-
itbol, Linda Weir, his trip were paid by Canal Zone
e a 7 night run at scouters and other interested per-
performance, per- sons. He was selected to represent
l" is being directed the San Bias Scouts on the basis of
choreographed by scholarship, attitude and general
;ical director. The outstanding Scouting achievement.


d music courses at
college during duty
is a special price
udent Associations



illway
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
on of the Panama
o news media and
Y material should
p.m., Monday, the
ted as late as noon
yees. Subscription
$10 a year. Make
ress to: SPILLWAY
C.Z.


British Residents

Asked To Register at

Embassy, Consulate
The British Embassy reminds all
British residents in Panama that it
is in their interest to register their
names and addresses with the Con-
sular Section of the Embassy (or,
for the residents on the Atlantic
side, with the British Consulate in
Colon) and to re-register at the
beginning of each year.
Persons who have not yet reg-
istered for 1974 are asked to do
(Continued on p. 3)


SATURDAY, MARCH 16
12:05-New Zoo Revue
12:30-Make A Wish
12:50-Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
1:40-Saturday Playhouse: "It's A
Wonderful World"
3:55-The Mili World
4:20-Buck Owens
4:45-Roller Derby
5:35-Sports Challenge
6:00-Weekend '74
6:15-Daktari
7:05-Carol Burnett
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Here's Lucy
8:30-The Partridge Family
9:00--lu Pasa?
9:05-Please Don't Eat The Daisies
9:30-Rifleman
10:00-Focus on Today
10-15-Saturday Night at the Movies:
"The Haunted Strangler"
11:45-Boxing From the Olympic
SUNDAY, MARCH 17
12:00-Christopher Close-Up
12:15-Sacred Heart
12:30-Music and the Spoken Word
1:00-This Is The Life
1:30-Hollywood TV Theatre: "Me"
2:30-NHL Hockey: Chicago vs. Detroit
4:25-NBC Presents: Special Edition
5:20-Mike Douglas: POW's
5:35-AFRTS Reports
6:00-Chronicle
6:40-Wanted: Dead Or Alive
7:05-Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-The Defenders
9:00-Qud Pasa?
9:05-The Weekend Tonight Show
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Sunday Night at the Movies:
"Wall Of Fury"
MONDAY, MARCH 18
3:00-Another World
3:25-Bob Cummings
3:45-Cartoon Carnival
4:05-Sesame Street
5:05-Electric Company
5:35-Camera Three
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer
7:05-Profiles In Courage
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-All In The Family
8:30-Monday Night at the Movies:
"Angel Baby"
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Cinema Classics: "Eve Of Saint Mark"
TUESDAY, MARCH 19
3:00-Another World
3:25-Bob Cummings
3:45-Mike Douglas
5:05-Electric Company



tAT THE MOV

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-The Yearling (G)
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00-The War Lover
(106 min) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Huckleberry Finn
(113 min) (G)
Sat., 2:30--Love Story (PG)
Sat., 6:15, 8:40-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:40-
Mon., 6:15, 8:40-Walking Tall (R)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-Willy Wonka And The
Chocolate Factory (110 min) (G)
Tues., 6:15, 8:15-Save The Tiger (R)
Wed., 6:15, 8:00-There's A Girl In My
Soup (R)
Thurs., 6:15, 8:10-A Warm December (SIT)
(PG)
COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-The Wonderful World Of The Brothers
Grimm (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Zebra In The Kitchen
(105 min) (SIT) (G)
Sat., 7:30-Sun., 2:30, 7:30-Time To Run
(G)
Mon., 7:30-That Funny Feeling (G)
Tues., 7:30-The Soul Of Nigger Charley (R)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-The Cross And The
Switchblade (PG)
RAINBOW CITY (Air-Conditioned)
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00-Die, Die My Darling
(105 min) (PG)
Sat.-Who's Minding The Store and The
Daring Game (190 min) (G)
Sun.-The Soul Of Nigger Charlie (R)
Mon.-The Cross And The Switchblade (PG)
Tues.-Hammerhead and Two Faces Of
Dr. Jeckle (R)
Wed.-The Viking Queen (G)
Thurs.-Walking Tall (SIT) (R)
MARGARITA*
Fri.-Big Jake (G)
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00-Curse Of The Mummy's
Tomb (90 min) (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Yellow Submarine
(95 min) (SIT) (G)
Sat.-The Watermelon Man and Casino Royale
(PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Magic Boy (90 min)
Sun.-Mon.-Trader Horn (PG)


Page 2


(Schedule subject
to change
without notice)


5:35-Jimmy Dean
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Doris Day
7:05-The Burns & Schreiber Comedy Hour
8:00-Reach Out (Information special)
8:05-You and the Commercial
(Information special)
9:00-Big Valley
9:50-T.H.E. Cat
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Tuesday Night at the Movies:
"Touch Of The Sun"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20
3:00-Another World
3:25-Bob Cummings
3:45-Cartoon Carnival
4:05-Sesame Street
5:05-Electric Company
5:35-Animal World
6:00-Dateline
6:40-The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters
7:05-N.B.C. Follies
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-C.B.S. News Retrospective
9:00-Que Pasa?
9:05-The Tonight Show
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Wednesday Night at the Movies:
"Mr. Wise Guy"

THURSDAY, MARCH 21
3.00-Another World
3:25-Bob Cummings
3:45-Mike Douglas
5:05-Electric Company
5:35-Three Passports to Adventure
6:00-Dateline
6:40-The Mancini Generation
7:05-Flip Wilson
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Then Came Bronson
9:00-Dick Clark Presents The Rock &
Roll Years (Special)
9:50-Sherlock Holmes
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Thursday Night at the Movies:
"The Plunderers"
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
3:00-Another World
3:25-Bob Cummings
3:45-Cartoon Carnival
4:05-Sesame Street
5:05--Electric Company
5:35-Thrillseekers
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Juvenile Jury
7:05-Variety Special: "The Shape Of Things"
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Bonanza
9:00-Que Pasa?
9:05-Dick Cavett (Special)
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Friday Night at the Movies:
"Black Tide"
12:00-Potpourri: "David Frost"


Week Beginning Friday,
aSh March 15, 1974

Tues.-The Light At The Edge Of The World
(PG)
Wed.-Theatre Of Blood (R)
Thurs.-The Valachi Papers (R)
GATUN
Fri.-The Busy Body and Gunn (195 min) (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Thunderbirds Are Go
(101 min) (SIT) (G)
Sat.-Baxter (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Billie (87 min) (G)
Sun.-Bedknobs And Broomsticks (G)
Tues.-Theatre Of Blood (R)
Thurs.-The Light At The Edge Of The World
(SIT) (PG)
GAMBOA*
Fri.-Jane Eyre (G)
Fri. Owl Show, 9:30-The Dirty Dozen
(163 min) (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-The Reluctant Astronaut
(108 min) (G)
Sat., 8:15-Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang (G)
Sun.-The Last Of Sheila (PG)
Mon.-Dynamite Man From Glory Jail and
You Can't Win'em All (200 min) (PG)
Tues.-Easy Rider (R)
Wed.-Macbeth (R)
Thurs.-The Apartment (PG)
PARAISO*
Sat.-Don't Raise The Bridge Lower The
River and Alvarez Kelly (220 min) (G)
Sun.-Easy Rider (R)
Mon.--The Last Of Sheila (PG)
Wed.-The Lady Professional (PG)
Thurs.-Dynamite Man From Glory Jail
(100 min) and You Can't Win 'Em All
(100 min) (PG)
OAll 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.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G--AII ages ad-
mitted. General audience. PG-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 Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.








March 15, 1974


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Dredging Div.

Helps to Ease

Fuel Shortage
The Dredging Division has
changed its work schedule so that
day shift employees may take the
train to Camboa. The measure was
taken to minimize the impact of
the fuel crisis.
The working hours during the
day shift have been changed from
the former schedule of 7 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. with a %2 hour for lunch
to 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., with no
lunch hour. This new work sched-
ule allows employees to commute
to and from work on the Panama
Railroad, which the) were unable
to do under the previous schedule.
Eliminating the V/ hour for lunch
means that the employees must eat
on the job or during the normal
coffee break. The change in hours
was discussed with employee repre-
sentatives before it was imple-
mented. The major objective of the
new program is to allow the em-
ployees to use the mass transit
means of going to and from work as
a way of cutting back on the demand
for gas. And, with the spiraling cost
of gas, the commuter system can
save Dredging Division employees
gas expense money.
So far, the new hours and the
use of rail transportation appear to
be popular with the employees,
particularly among Panama City
residents. Walter W. Fade, Chief
of the Division, estimated that
approximately 50 percent of the day
shift workers living in Panama City
are now using the train instead of
cars.

BRITISH RESIDENTS
(Continued from p. 2)

so as soon as possible. Evidence of
identification and British passport,
if held, should be produced when
registering.
The offices of the Consular Sec-
tion of the Embassy are on the
fifth floor of the Chase Manhattan
Bank Building opposite the El Pan-
ama Hotel. Office hours are from:
8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 2 to 4
p.m., Mondays to Fridays (excluding
Wednesdays.
The Consulate in Colon is on
9th and Front Street, Edificio El
Rey, office No. 9, open from 8:30
a.m. to 12 noon and from 1:30 to
4 p.m., Mondays to Fridays.


I H II


On their way to work after getting off the train at Division have been changed to coincid
Gamboa are Dredging Division employees who com- ama Railroad schedule so that employ
mute to Gamboa and thereby participate in a new fuel viously were unable to use the train r
conservation program. Work hours at the Dredging


Training Given

To Combat Use

Of Bogus Bills
The considerable number of
counterfeit bills presented for pur-
chases at Panama Canal and mil-
itary agency sales outlets has been
of increasing concern to the busi-
ness managers of these agencies.
To combat this, training sessions
in the detection and handling of
counterfeit currency have been ar-
ranged by the General Manager of
the Panama Canal Supply Divi-
sion and the Canal organization's
Treasurer. Treasurer Cecil Kovel
recently attended an intensive
course with the U.S. Secret Service
in Washington. lie will conduct a
series of sessions on the subject at
sales locations in the Canal Zone,
including military posts.
It is a duty of money handlers to
use reasonable care to detect coun-
terfeit money and report question-
able money to their supervisors.
When a counterfeit is detected, the
Police are required to confiscate it
without compensation to the person
who presents it.
These procedures may cause
customer delays at sales and cashier
locations. Customers are requested
to bear with the situation and co-
operate in the investigation of
questionable currency.


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Robert P. Hauth, center, the Canal organization's Deputy Director of
Safety, and new chairman of the Canal Zone Federal Safety Council,
presides over the council's first meeting this year. With him are, left to.
right: Keith York, Logistic Support Command Safety Officer and vice
chairman of the council, and Ralph E. Lilley, USARSO Safety Officer and
outgoing chairman of the council. Not shown is Walter Cleveland, safety
specialist of the Canal's Transportation and Terminals Bureau, who is secre-
tary of the council. The council is organized under a headquarters in
Washington, D.C. It acts in an advisory capacity and its concerned with
the safety of Federal employees on and off the job.


Six-Week Training Program


PC To Train 30 Cad


Of R. of P. Nautical S


A 6-week training program of
marine training experience is being
provided by the Panama Canal to
a group of 30 cadets of the Escuela
Niutica de Panama.
The training to be given by the
Terminals and Dredging divisions
was initiated yesterday with orien-
tation briefings by the Canal's In-
formation Officer Frank A. Baldwin
and pilots-in-training Jeremias De
Le6n and Harmodio Herrera. In
addition, the cadets received brief-
ings on marine bunkering activities
and cargo unloading by John Bray-
ton and Jan Mirrop of the Terminals
Division. The Terminals Division
training will include on the job
experience in these activities.
For the Marine experience, the
Dredging Division will divide the
30 cadets into groups of five stu-
dents each and rotate them on a
weekly basis to provide each group
with a variety of learning experi-
ences in the division.
Dredging Division training will
include work in the engineroom
and deck department of the tug
Atlas; the deck department of the
cranes Goliath and Hercules; the
dredges Cascadas and Mindi, the
drillboat Thor, and at the operations
office and dump areas.
The cadets also will have 3-day

Topsoil Provided

For Pacific Side
The Grounds Branch, Pacific
District, has delivered topsoil for
residents' use at the following loca-
tions:
Balboa, concrete slab behind
Training Center; Paraiso on hill in
front of Service Center; Gamboa,
concrete slab across Morrow Boule-
vard from Gamboa Golf Club boat
storage areas.

Telecommunications Office
In Cristobal Closes Nights
The TRT Telecommunications
Corp. office at Cristobal recently
announced that it would not re-
main open after 11 p.m., as it had
done in the past. The Cristobal
office is now open from 7 a.m. to
11 p.m. daily.
The closing at night of the Cris-
tobal office will in no way affect the
continuous overseas telephone serv-
ice of the company's Balboa office.


watches as launch
days in Aids to N
rience.
They also will sp
ing repair facilities
orientation on Pre
tenance Scheduling
air compressor plan
Two days will b
ling with the Oil Pc
Officer on the Atl
two more days on a
the Hyacinth and
crews.
The Panama N
which provides a 5
merchant marine (
neering officers, ope
premises in Paitill
equipped and has
small vessels used
courses.
The Canal training
vided at the request
advisory board.
Chairman of the
is Capt. Pablo E. I
is a graduate of t
Academy.


Annual Dinner

Is Planned by

f - West Pointers
The annual West Point Founders
Day Dinner will be held at the Fort
Amador Officers' Club on March 16
commencing with the traditional
Benny Havens cocktail hour at
6:30 p.m. All graduates of the U.S.
service academies, West Point,
Annapolis and Air Force Academy,
are invited.
Principal speaker for the occasion
will be Bey Mario Arosemena, West
Point 1934, the dean of West Point
graduates resident on the Isthmus
of Panama.
This year for the first time, ladies
are invited as well as graduates.
Attire will be the military mess
I| dress or service dress white e uniform
e with the Pan- or civilian garb of equivalent
oyees who pre- formality.
nay now do so. Invitations have been forwarded
to all Service Academy graduates
known to be resident in the Canal
Zone. Pacific side graduates who
have not received an invitation but
Swho desire to attend are urged to
ets call Lieutenant Colonel Massey,
& S U.S.M.A. 1955 at 82-3601 (office) or
Ch o l 82-3395 (home). Atlantic side grad-
chool uates may call Lieutenant Colonel
Archer, U.S.M.A. 1954 at 89-3505
seamen and 2 (office) or 89-6344.
aviation expe- Cost of the function will be $7.80
for individuals attending stag or
end a day tour- $14.10 per couple.
and receive an
eventive Main- CEPA Anriounces
and visit the
It March Cultural Events
)e spent patrol-
ollution Control The Centro Panameno Norteame-
antic side and ricano (CEPA) has scheduled a
assignments with number of cultural events for the
Debris Control month of March. "The Golden Hua-
ca" by Neville Harte will be shown
autical School, at 8 p.m., Thursday, March 21, and
-year course for "Cuna Poems" by Arysteides Tur-
leck and engi- pana will be featured on March 28.
rates on its own Admission is free.
la. It is fully Lifesaving Course Offered
a number of
d for training The Curundu Swimming Pool
will offer a Junior-Senior Life-
ng is being pro- saving class from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
t of the school's on March 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
25, 28, April 2 and 4; and 9 to 11
advisory board a.m., April 8, 9, and 10.
During, Jr., who Applications may be obtained at
the U.S. Naval the Curundu Swimming Pool. For
further information call 83-3601.


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for appointment without regard to race,
religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliation, or any other non-merit factor.
Bureau Lo- Va-
-or ca- can-


PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate
Boatman MG-5 (Swimming ability required) ____ __-$1.83
Boilermaker MG-10 (Knowledge of English) --- $4.64
Clerk-Dictating Machine Transcriber NM-41 ------ -$6,947.20
Clerk-Typist NM-41 --___ ------ $6,947.20
Engineering Technician NM-4 (Knowledge of English)
(Knowledge of typing) ----------$6,947.20
Engineer, Dredge FE-14 (Knowledge of English) - _--- $6.69
Food Service Worker MG-2* (Shift work)_----- --$1.64
Janitor MG-2* ----- ------ ---- --$1.64
Management Analyst NM-11/12 --- $13,915.20/$16,452.80
Messman MG-3 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) ___ ---- --$1.71
Motor Transportation Facility Manager (Assistant
Superintendent, Motor Transportation Division) NM-13 $19,281.60
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-5/7 (Shift work) -- $8,236.80/$9,838.40
Painting Worker MG-7 (Knowledge of English) --- $2.06
Pest Controller MG-4*__ -------------- $1.76
Pilot-In-Training CP-1 (First 40 hours) ----$15,620.80
Shipwright Helper MG-5 (Knowledge of English) --$1.83
Ward Service Aid NM-1* (Male required) ---$3,328.00
TEMPORARY POSITIONS
Machinist (Maintenance) MG-10 (NTE 1 year) --- $4.64
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-6 (NTE 6-22-74)
(Knowledge of English) (Driver's license required)
(First 40 hours) ------------- ______---- $1.89


Division tion cie.
Dredging P 2
Industrial A 1
Mental H.C. P 1
Engineering P 1

Electrical P 1
Dredging P 1
Coco Solo Hos. A 1
Mental H.C. P 1
Inter. Security P 1


Dredging P

Motor Trans. P
Health A-P
Industrial A
Sanitation A
Transit A
Industrial A
Gorgas Hos. P

Electrical P

Motor Trans. 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 43-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.
* Subject to reclassification as Worker Trainee MG-1/NM-1. Employees presently in the
WorKer Trainee Program may apply for reassignment within the program.


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March 15, 1974


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


iOklahoma Univ.

- Will Conduct

SMasters Program


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Ninety-one-year-old firefighter Mrs. Sarah Pritham poses with Lt. R. E.
Hamor of the Mount Hope Fire Station after displaying presence of mind
when fire broke out at her son's Coco Solo home where she was visiting.



Visitor Keeps Her Cool,


Extinguishes House Fire


When a fire broke out in Dr.
Howard C. Pritham's wooden cot-
tage in Coco Solo last week, Mrs.
Sarah Pritham, age 91, kept her
cool.
Mrs. Pritham, who hails from
Greenville Junction, Maine, is visit-
ing her son in the Canal Zone and
it was a good thing she was home
watching the house.
She was in the garden when she
first noticed fire and smoke coming
from the cottage living room. Rush-
ing inside, she did all the right
things. First she dialed O for the
operator since she did not know
the Fire Division number.
After reporting the fire, she filled


DeMolay Week

To Be Observed
The week of March 17 through
23 is DeMolay Week, when each
day of the week will be dedicated
to one of the cardinal virtues of
DeMolay, which are reverence,
filial love, patriotism, courtesy,
cleanness, fidelity and comradeship.
The Order of DeMolay was
founded by Frank S. Land in Kansas
City, Mo., in 1919 and is an inter-
national youth organization for
young men whose purpose is the
building of better citizens. Activi-
ties range from community service
projects to social affairs and athlet-
ics. The Order of DeMolay also
impresses responsibility and self-
reliance on young men through a
dramatic and solemn ritual. Each
DeMolay chapter is sponsored by
a recognized group of Masons to
provide dependable leadership.
DeMolay is not affiliated with the
Masonic institution, nor is it a
junior Masonic organization.
DeMolay provides a wholesome
occupation for a young man's spare
time, worthwhile associates, the
best of environment, and an inter-
esting and complete program of
all-round youth development. Any
boy between the ages of 13 and
21 who believes in Cod, is of good
character and reputation, and peti-
tions a DeMolay chapter is eligible
for membership. The Pacific Chap-
ter encourages any interested per-
sons to call Paul Londynsky at
52-2473 or Richard Slolk, 52-7203,
or write to the Pacific Chapter,
Order of DeMolay, Box 203, Balboa,
C.Z.


a pan with water from the kitchen
sink and single handedly proceeded
to extinguish the flames.
Two rigs from Mount Hope re-
sponded to the alarm hut arriving
Canal Zone firemen followed by
the Canal Zone police found every-
thing under control-the fire out
and damage at a minimum. There
was nothing more to be done but
turn olf the electric current and
overhaul the premises.
Firemen reported that the blaze
was caused by a shorted electric
air-conditioner plug in the living
room. From the appearance of the
scorched wall, burned curtains, and
charred furniture, the fire could
have been extensive with smoke and
water damage to the house and
household effects.
Lt. R. E. Hamor of the Mount
Hope Fire Station personally com-
mended Mrs. Pritham for her action.
Mrs. Pritham, a prime example
of an unflappable Down Easter, is
the mother of the Canal Zone school
physician on the Atlantic side.


B. J. Hartley,

Joe Bialkowski

Parties Planned
A retirement party will be held
at 5 p.m., March 22, at the VFW
Post 3822 Bohio in Curundu for
B. J. Hartley, of the Grounds
Branch. Dress will be casual. For
tickets or information, contact Joe
Bradberry at 52-3319, John laner
or Richard McNatt at 52-3384.
A retirement party honoring Joe
Bialkowski, Admeasurer, will be
held at the Holy Family Social
Center in Margarita at 6 p.m.,
March 30.
For information and tickets call
the Balboa Admneasurers Offico at
52-3470 or 52-3386 or the Cristobal
Admeasurers Office at 43-1693 or
43-1723.

Nursery Teachers To Meet
The Canal Zone nursery school
teachers will hold their next meet-
ing at 1:15 p.m., March 19, at the
Balboa Jewish Welfare Board. Dr.
Georgia Corin will speak on "en-
couraging the development of art
in preschool children." The meet-
ing will be sponsored bv the JWB
preschool.


heraldd Rullino, Associate Dean,
College of Busiiiness Administration,
and Program Coordinator for Ad-
vanced Programs, Uni'versity of
(klahoma, will visit the Canal Zone
March 24-29.
The University of Oklahoma con-
ducts a complete Master program
in the Canal Zone, in four fields:
business administration, human rela-
tions, public administration and
economics. Classes are also offered
in social work and education. Uni-
versity of Oklahoma students and
others interested in the program,
are welcomed to come to talk with
Ruffin about the University of
Oklahoma graduate degree program.
Appointments are being made for
the following locations:
Fort Clayton Education Center:
Monday 25-1 to 5 p.m.
Tuesday 26-8 to 11:30 a.m.
For appointments at Fort
Clayton call 87-3240 or 87-
5187.
Albrook Education Center:
Tuesday 26-1 to 3:30 p.m.
For appointments call Ms.
Alves, 86-2243.
Fort Davis Education Center:
Wednesday 27-10 to 11:30
a.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.
For appointments call Ms.
Baker, 89-4200.
Fort Kobbe Education Center:
Thursday 28-10 to 12 a.m.
and 1:30 to 4 p.m.
For appointments call Ms.
Price, 84-3150.
Fort Amador:
Friday 29-1 to 4 p.m.
For appointments call 87-
3240 or 87-5187.
For students interested in a com-
plete Master in Social Work pro-
gram in the Canal Zone, there
will be a meeting at 7 p.m.,
March 26, at the Fort Clayton,
Education Center, Building 95,
Fort Clayton. The purpose of this
meeting is to assess the possibility
of establishing this program, in its
entirety, here in the Canal Zone.

Coin Club To Meet
The Crossroads Coin Club will
meet at 7 p.m., March 20, in the
Curundu VFW Clubroom. Mem-
bership is open to members of the
civilian and military communities.


Behind-the-scenes work on the Balboa High School production "The
Drunkard" pauses briefly to allow the stage crew to take a breather. From
extreme left and going clockwise are: Pete Chumlongluk, Chip Newman,
Mike Sterling, Susan Gaillard, Texas Williams and Cissy Jackson.


"The Drunkard" Opens


At Balboa High School
The Balboa High School Drama falls prey to the evils of drink but is
Club will present the 19th century saved in the end. Directing the play
melodrama "The Drunkard" at the is Richard Johnston.
school auditorium tonight and to- All the basic ingredients are in-
morrow at 8 p.m. eluded. There is the pure and inno-
"The Drunkard" is melodrama at cent heroine, portrayed by Lorrie
its best. Productions of this tem- Husum. The utterly despicable
perance drama have been numer- villain is played by Johnny Sim-
ous, but perhaps its greatest claim mons, who is defeated in the end,
to fame is that it is the second of course. The hero, who strays
longest-running show in theatre from the path of temperance, is
history. It opened at the Theatre characterized by Don Godwin.
Mart in Los Angeles in 1933 and William Dowton, the country
played every night for 20 years, bumpkin who always appears in
until 1953. This version of the play time to save the hero and heroine
is written by Brian J. Burton, and in distress, is portrayed by Jeff
is based on the 19th century melo- Lowe. The angelic Julia, the hero-
drama by W. H. Smith and "A Gen- ine's daughter, is played by Anne
tleman." Arsenault. The eccentric spinster
Although "The Drunkard" is not (Susan Daniels) is comic relief.
considered a musical, Burton has Supporting cast members include
very effectively added 10 new Julie Boos, Cindy Matthews, Diana
songs, in the true Victorian manner. Anstead, Laura Loftin, Cathy Good-
In addition, music, such as the hero rich, Mike Lanham, Paul Melen-
and villain themes, are played drez, Jack Desmond and Tom
throughout the play by pianist Wesley.
Cherie Stroup. Every attention has been con-
The story concerns a man who centrated on making the produc-
tion as authentic as possible. Rich-
ard Johnston has added a singer
and can-can dancers to the tavern
scene. Jackie Barris sings the sweet
inelody, "You're Only A Bird In
.- A Guilded Cage." The vigorous
dancers are: Lynn Kuyoth, Gay
"--f ichel, Kerry Mapp and Becky
STipton. A sign girl, Wisia Kalisze-
zak, announces scene changes and
displays other signs.
Reservations can be made nightly
from 6:30 to 9:30 by calling the
Balboa High School box office, 52-
" 7902. In addition, tickets may be
S . . purchased at the door. Tickets are
$1 for adults, 50 cents for children
S. , and free for S.A. members.


Customs Enforcement Officer McNair Lane, center, receives a Special Act
Award from R. A. Wainio, Chief, Customs Division. Lane earned his award
for quick thinking and action November 23 at Dock 16, Cristobal, which
resulted in saving a fellow employee from possible serious injury. Lane was
preparing to love the pier when he noticed that the tug "Ennea" was head-
ing on a collision course towards the Customs Security booth. lie raced back
to the booth and warned Customs Enforcement Officer Robert Stokes, who
was unaware of the danger. As both men ran from the booth, the tug over-
hang struck the booth, showering glass on Stokes' back. The building was
demolished. At left is A. E. Greene, Chief Customs Inspector, Cristobal.


RED CROSS
(Continued from p. 1)
jured, we arm ourselves with the
knowledge and skills to save lives
by learning first aid, water safety
and the handling of small craft, we
assist members of our Armed Forces
the world over and veterans and
their families, and we give a helping
hand to those left destitute by
disasters."


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Mcis de 59 Ahios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Viernes 15 de Marzo de 1974


Vol. XII, No. 38


Agradecen

A la Division

De Terminales
La Division de Terminales fue
encomiada recientelnente por sus
esfuerzos en ayudar a limpiar un
derrame de pctr(leo que ocurri6 el
mcs iltimo en Bahia Las Minas,
ccrca de Colhn.
La labor desarrollada por la di-
visi6n fue elogiada por Mauricio
Salazar H., vicepresidente de la
Refineria PanamA, S.A., quien en-
vi6 carta en tal sentido al Director
de Transporte y Terninales, Coro-
nel Charles R. Clark.
Salazar tambien reconoci6 la co-
laboraci6n ofrecida por la Divisi6n
de Dragado, en la limpieza del
area, en carta enviada al jefe de la
Division, Walter W. Fade.
La carta remitida por Salazar al
Coronel Clark dice en parte,
"La excelente labor de su enti-
dad, en respuesta a solicited nues-
tra para que ayudara a controlar y
recoger el aceite derramado al coli-
sionar la motonave Nopal Sea y
nuestra barcaza Chilibre, fue posi-
ble gracias a los esfuerzos del per-
sonal asignado a dirigir la opera-
ci6n de limpiar de aceite el irea.
"A trav6s de estas lines desea-
mos hacer patente nuestro especial
reconocimiento al Sr. J. A. Feely,
Inspector de Control de la Conta-
minaci6n de Petr6leo, por su desta-
cada y consagrada participaci6n en
la operaci6n a que aludimos.
"Extendemos nuestro reconoci-
miento a todos los miembros de
vuestra organizaci6n, quienes, di-
recta o indirectamente, contribuye-
ron al 6xito de la operaci6n y, par-
ticularmente, a aquellos en la lista
adjunta".
Los empleados de la Divisi6n de
Terminales a los que hace referen-
cia Salazar son: James A. Fceley,
Harvey L. Stephenson, Emilio Gar-
cia, Aquilino Valdes, Faustino Men-
doza, Ulbio Quiroz, Winston Gra-
ham y Antonio G6mez.


Nueva Directiva

Del IEEE Toma

Posesi6n el 21
La nueva Junta Directiva del Ins-
tituto de Ingenieros Electricistas y
Electronicos (IEEE), Secci6n de
PanamA, tomarA posesi6n en acto
solemne que se efectuarn el pr6xi-
mo jueves 21 de marzo en el Sal6n
Alhambra del Hotel Granada. El
acto comenzarl a las 7:30 p.m.
La directive serl presidida por
Ernesto A. Richa, ex catedr-tico
de la Universidad de Panami y
quien tiene su propia firma. La
integran ademais Carlos A. Algan-
dona, vicepresidente; RenA Van-
Hoorde, secretario; Francisco Siu,
tesorcro, y Roberto Barraza, vocal.
Van-Hoorde v Siu trabajan con la
Division de El6ctricidad del Canal
de Panamai.
Correspondent al president sa-
liente, Ing. Jorge T. Alermin, hde
servicio en el Hamo de Electricidad
de la Direcci6n de Ingenieria del
Canal, juramentar al nuevo presi
dentc, Erncsto Richa y 6ste, a so
vez, juramentari a los restantes
mioebros de la nueva directive.
Los miembros del Instituto de
Ingenieros Electricistas y Electr6-
nicos podrinm llevar a sus distingui-
das esposas. Las reservaciones de-
,crin' conflrinarlas llamando a los
ingenieros Jorge T. Alemnin, tel6-
fono 52-77063 o a Carlos A. Algan-
dona, telfono 25-1685. Los que
conncrran deber'in llcvar vestido
seni formal.


Adolfo Bedolla, a la derecha, empleado de la Divisi6n del Canal de PanamA. A la extrema izquierda aparece
de Servicios Comnmales, recibe un caluroso apret6n de el Director Interino de Abastos y Servicios Comunales,
manos del Vicegobernador Charles I. McGinnis, al Harry C. Egolf, y al fondo, el Capitan Donald A. Der-
felicitarlo por ser el mas antiguo entire los que se jubi- tien, Director de Marina del Canal, quien sonrie
laron durante el mes de febrero. Bedolla acumul6 43 complacido. Bedolla es muy apreciado por todos los
aiios, 5 meses y 28 dias de leales servicios a la empresa empleados que trabajaron con 6l por muchos afios.


Oficina de TRT El Canal Adiestra a 30

En el Atlntico Cadetes de Esc. Nautica

Hiar Anunroinr


I lI / I UllfIWV
La oficina de la Cia. de Teleco-
municaciones de Crist6bal (TRT)
anunci6 recientemente que no abri-
ra en el future despues de las 11
p.m., como lo hacia anteriormente.
Dicha oficina esti ofreciendo ser-
vicio todos los dias de 7 a.m. a
11 p.m.
El cierre de la oficina de Crist6-
bal a partir de las 11 p.m. no afec-
tara en modo alguno el servicio te-
lef6nico transoceinico que ofrece
la compailia a traves de su oficina
de Balboa.


Un program de adiestramiento
de 6 semanas de duraci6n esti ofre-
ciendo el Canal de Panama a un
grupo de 30 cadetes de la Escuela
Nautica de Panamn.
El adiestramiento, que es ofre-
cido por las Divisiones de Termi-
nalcs y de Dragado, fue iniciado
ayer con dos charlas dictadas por
el Director de Informaci6n del
Canal, Frank A. Baldwin, y por los
pricticos en adiestramiento Jere-
mias De Le6n y Harmodio Herrera.
Ademtis, los cadetes recibieron
charlas sobre las actividades de


abasto de combustible y de opera-
clones de carga, de la Divisi6n de
Terminales, las cuales estuvieron a
cargo de Jan Mirrop y John Bray-
ton. La fase de adiestramiento en
la Division de Terminales incluiri
experiencia en el trabajo en dichas
operaciones.
Para la fase de experiencia Mari-
tima, la Divisi6n de Dragado divi-
diir a los cadetes en grupos de cinco
estudiantes cada uno, y los rotarli
semanalmnnte a fin de permitir a
cada grupo tener una amplia expe-
riencia en las tareas que son res-
ponsabilidad de la Divisi6n.
La etapa en la Divisi6n de Dra-
gado incluirn trabajo en el cuarto
de maquinas y en el puente de
mando del barco grUa Atlas; en el
puente de mando de las gnias Go-
liath v Hercules, de las dragas Cas-
cadas v Miindi, del barco de tala-
dros Thor, y en las oficinas de ope-
raciones y en las areas para des-
(Continiia en la pdgina 4)


Nuevamente


Los Billetes


Falsificados
La considerable cantidad de bi-
Iletes falsos colocados por clients
en los establecimientos de ventas
de Areas militares I de la empresa
del Canal, ha provocado preocupa-
ciOn de los gerentes de esos locales.
En virtud de ello, el Tesorero del
Canal v el Cerente CGeneral de la
Division de Abastos han programa-
do sesiones de adiestramiento sobre
la detecciOn de dinero falso.
El Tesorero, Cecil Kovel, recien-
temente particip6 en un curso in-
tensivo con el Servicio Secreto de
los EE. UU., en Washington. Pre-
cisamente le correspondera a 1l di-
rigir las sesiones sobre la material
en o cerca de los establecimientos
de ventas de la Zona del Canal,
inclu endo los puestos militares.
Es deber de las personas respon-
sables del manejo de dinero, usar
precauciones razonables a fin de
identificar el dinero falso e infor-
mar el circulante dudoso a sus su-
pervisores. Cuando se identifica di-
nero falsificado, la persona debe
informar a la policia, que confiscarht
sin compensaci6n el dinero falso.
Este procedimiento podra causar
demoras a los clients y a los caje-
ros. Se solicita a los clients quc
comprendan esta situaci6n y cola-
boren en las investigaciones que se
hagan.


E. Cordovez

Participa en

Una Reunion
El Ingeniero Ernesto Cordovez,
Superintendent del Ramo de Man-
tenimiento de Predios del Canal,
participa en la 1X Reuni6n de la
Asociaci6n Latinoamericana de Fi-
totecnia, que terminal mariana en
la ciudad de PanamA. El conclave,
al que asisten various centenares de
delegados de los paises latinoame-
ricanos, se inici6 el lunes pasado.
La ALAF, siglas con que se co-
noce a esa agrupaci6n international
de profesionales en las ciencias bo-
tinicas aplicadas, reine a profe-
sionales del ramo en la Amriica
Latina. Este organismo promueve
la uni6n de tecnicos dedicados a las
ciencias agricolas, fomenta el pro-
greso agricola y establece contact
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Da Resultado Experimento


En la Division de Dragado


Usando un paqiuete dce baterias, el Sgto. Virgil E. Voyles, a la izquicrda, y
Rafael A. (rinialdo, micmibros de la Division de Policia, prueban la nueva
pistol de radar que puede registrar la velocidad de los automo6viles a dis-
tancias hasta de 1 milla. La pistol constiluye tin mctodo portAtil de utilizar
el viejo radar para consattar la velocidad a (qie viajan los vehiculos.


La Division de Dragado ha dado
un gran paso adelante con el fin de
reducir al minimo el impact de la
crisis del combustible que sienten
muchos de sus empleados del turn
de dia en Gamboa y que deben via-
jar todos los dias a sus trabajos,
desde ambos sectors del Istno.
Las ioras de trabajo, durante el
turn de dia han sido cambiadas
del antigno horario de 7 a.m. a 3:30
p.m., con '/z hora para el almucrzo,
a otro, de 7:45 a.m. a 3:45 p.m.,
sin hora libre para el almuerzo. Este
nuevo horario de trabajo permnite a
los empleados utilizar el Ferroca-
rril de PanamA para ir y regresar
del tral)ajo, cosa que anteriormentc
no podian haccr, signienldoc l ante-
rior horario.
La climinaci61n de la ' l hiora para


el almuerzo significa que los cm-
pleados dceen comer en el trabajo
o durante el period normal de
merienda. Este cambio en cl hora-
rio fue discutido con representan-
tes de los clnpleados, antes de ser
implantado. El objetivo principal
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

Zona del Canal-Area del Pacifico
CONSUMO DE
AGUA POTABLE
(Promedio de Calones de Agua al Dia)
Scmana pasada 11.436.300
Semana anterior 10.875.000
Scmana pasada
hace 1 anio 12.839.100
AYUDE A CONSERVAR
EL AGUA


I









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Marzo 15, 1974


Gente en la Noticia


Cora Gallardo Sosa, una simpAtica
y culta ayudante estudiantil, que
presta servicios en la secci6n adini-
nistrativa de la Direcci6n de Inge-
nieria y Construcci6n del Canal de
Panama, es nuestro personaje de
hoy. Cora es una ambiciosa estu-
diante del tercer afo de diplomacia
de la Universidad de PanamA, que
desea ser una destacada funcionaria
de su pais y Ilegar a ser "tan famosa
como lo son hoy Golda Meir o In-
dira Gandhi". Y, aunque esto lo ma-
nifiesta en tono jocoso, lo cierto es
que sus aspiraciones son las de des-
collar en la profesi6n que ha elegi-
do, y dar prestigio a PanamA, cuan-
do le toque desempefiarse en las es-
feras diplorniticas. Graduada de ba-
chiller en ciencias y letras en 1971
en el Colegio Internacional Maria
Inmaculada, Cora ingres6 ensegui-
da a estudiar la profesi6n escogida
por ella. Posteriormente piensa es-
pecializarse en Suiza o Italia en re-
laciones internacionales. Sobre la
profesi6n diplomAtica dice que son
muy pocas las panamefias que ejer-
zan cargos de Embajadoras. Y esta
es una de sus futuras metas. MAs
dada al studio y a los paseos de
playa que cualquier otra cosa, Cora
perteneci6 hace algunos aios al
Cine Club de La Salle, que promo-
via la exhibici6n de peliculas de
fondo y su discusi6n. Sus aficiones
incluyen el baile, la m6sica de toda
clase, principalmente la instrumen-
tal. Antes de su actual experiencia
como ayudante estudiantil, Cora
trabaj6 como secretariat de un me-
dico cardi6logo en PanamA por
breve tiempo. Mientras trabajaba
para el galeno fue Ilamada a par-
ticipar en el Programa de Ayudan-


La Iglesia Bethel del Evangelio
Unido de Paraiso celebrari su 129
aniversario con una ceremonial
apropiada, que comenzara a las
7:30 p.m., hov viernes 15 de marzo.


Cursos de Ingles


Habra en el "Y"


De Crist6bal
El YMCA de Crist6bal ofrecert
un curso intensive de ingles, de 2
meses de duraci6n, con profesores
norteamericanos y panamenios de
gran experiencia en la ensefianza
de idiomas.
Se dictarin, los cursos en cuatro
niveles y habrai classes 3 dias a la
semana. La matricula esta abierta
y las classes comenzarin el lunes 18
de marzo.
En el pasado estos cursos han
tenido una gran demand entire los
residents del sector Atlintico, mu-
chos de los cuales han logrado los
beneficios que ofrecen, de aprender
el ingl6s en el mas corto plazo
possible.
Para mayores detalles, visit las
oficinas del YMCA en Crist6bal,
Zona del Canal, o llame a los tel6-
fonos 43-2163 6 43-2164.


En dicho servicio de aniversario,
que sera mas bien de accion de gra-
cias, participaran los siguientes mi-
nistros: Rev. B. M. Springer, Super-
intendente General de la Misi6n
Cristiana en PanamA; Rev. Louisa
Burgess, de la Iglesia Apost6lica le
Dios; Rev. Ram6n Brenes, de la
Sociedad Americana de la Biblia;
Rev. Herman White, Pastor de la
Iglesia de Dios de Paraiso y el Rev.
Reinaldo Powell, de la Iglesia Bau-
tista Emmanuel.
Tambidn participarian el Rev.
Le6n Brown, Pastor de la Misi6n
Cristiana de la Calle 25 de El Cho-
rrillo; el Rev. Victor Olive, Pastor
de la Iglesia Col6n de Cristo, en
Rio Abajo y el Rev. Cecil N. Roach,
Representante de la Sociedad Ame-
ricana de la Biblia, quienes se en-
cargaran de la Invocaci6n, la Lec-
tura de las Santas Escrituras y la
Bendici6n, respectivamente.
HabrA interpretaciones vocales a
cargo do tres coros: el de la Iglesia
Bautista del Calvario, de la Iglesia
de Dios de Paraiso y del coro com-
binado de la Iglesia del Evangelio
Unido.
Han sido invitadas otras iglesias
y se espera que asistan a la cere-
monia. El Pastor y Superintendente
General, Rev. Waldabah H. Stewart
invita cordialmente al p6blico en
general.


Spillway del Canal de Panama

DavID S. PAhIKEI0 CI1 \LES I. McGINNIS FRANK A. BALDWIN
' Gobernador Vicegobernador Director
de la Zona del Canal de Informaci6n
El SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal de
PanamA, editada en Balboa Heights, Z. del C. Se autoriza la reproducci6n
ya fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida,
sin necesidad de solicitud expresa. El material que se desee publicar en
el SPILLWAY deberi estar 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 ser usado la misma
semana a mis tardar el martes al mediodia. Distribuci6n gratis a todos
los empleados del Canal de PanamA. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
$2.60 al a]io. Por Correo A6rco $10 al aio. Los cheques deben hacerse
pagaderos a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: SpILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


Desde el 15 hasta el 21 de Marzo de 1974


PARAISO
SAbado-Don't Raise The Bridge Lower The
River y Alvarez Kelly (G)
Domingo-Easy Rider (R)
Lunes-The Last Of Sheila (PG)
Midrcoles-The Lady Professional (PG)
Jueves--Dynamite Man From Glory Jail y
You Can't Win 'Em All (PG)
RAINBOW CITY
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes, 10:00-Die, Die My Darling (PG)
Sabado-Who's Minding The Store y The
Daring Game (0)
Domingo-The Soul Of Nigger Charlie (R)
Lunes-The Cross And The Switchblade (PG)


Martes-Hammerhead y Two Faces Of
Dr. Jeckle (R)
Midrcoles-The Viking (G)
Jueves-Walking Tall (SIT) (R)

GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general.
Se permitir 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 niios. (R) Restringida.
Los j6venes de menos de 17 aios no serin
admitidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompa-
fados de uno de los padres o por su guar-
dian legal. (X) No se admitira menores de
17 anos. (SIT) Pelicula con titulos en
espaiol.


Ca n a l 2 _ . En colors. Suieto a cambios sin previo aviso.


I" *II l hJ0 Il -

tes Estudiantiles, y tuvo que dejar
sus antiguas funciones que desem-
peiaba despues de las 3 p.m. Sus
padres son el bi6logo Marcelo Ga-


' f :

Ilardo, de servicio en la Divisi6n
de Salubridad Ambiental en Coro-
zal, y Sra. Hilda Sosa de Gallardo,
profesora de biologia y quimica en
el Centro Vocacional Louis Mar-
tinz, de San Miguelito. Cora tiene
seis hermanos, cuatro de los cuales
han elegido carreras profesionales,
pero, parad6jicamente, ninguno es-
cogi6 la carrera cientifica. Cora ex-
plica, al referirse a su ingreso al
Canal, que fue interesada a parti-
cipar en el Programa de Ayudantes
Estudiantiles por su padre y varias
amigas. Su otra gran ambici6n es
viajar y conocer la cultural de otros
paises.


PROGRAmF


DE EVERTOS
Marzo 15-16-Ultimas fechas de la
IX Reuni6n de la Asociaci6n La-
tinoamericana de Fitotecnia, ini-
ciada el pasado lunes en el Pala-
cio Justo Arosemena de PanamA,
con la participaci6n de delega-
dos de todo el hemisferio. La
reuni6n se espera tenga un posi-
tivo impact en el mejoramiento
del agro, tanto en Panamai como
en el resto de los paises latino-
americanos.
Marzo 15-19-Feria de San Jose de
David, uno de los events de este
tipo mis representative de las
costumbres y de la economic del
Istmo. La famosa Feria de David
ofrece una gran variedad de
atracciones, y sus instalaciones
estAin localizadas en terrenos pro-
pins. La Fiesta de San Jos6 es
observada en la capital chiricana
con diversas otras manifestacio-
nes festival, incluycndo bailes
elegantes, cabalgatas por las ca-
lies de David v corridas de toros.
Marzo 16, 23 y 30-Presentacio-
nes en PanamA La Vieja de la
Temporada Folcl6rica de Verano
correspondiente a 1974, que or-
ganiza y auspicia el Instituto Pa-
namenio de Turismo (IPAT). Los
cspect.'cilos folcl6ricos son ini-
ciados t 1odos los sabados a las 10
en punto en las Ruinas de la
Catedral de PanamA La Vieja.
Abril 12-Viernes Santo. El dia mais
sagrado dc la cristiandad. En Pa-
namai es dia de Duclo Nacional.
Abril 12, 13 y 14-XII Convenci6n
Centroamericana, Panama y el
Caribe de la organizaci6n inter-
nacional Alcoh6licos An6nimos.


SABADO
10:30--e Mujer A Mujer
11:15-Cocina Oster
12:00-Lancelot Link
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Polla Hipica y
Deportiva
6:00-La Cuerda Floja
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Especial 1
8:30-El Edificio de
Enfrente*
9:30-Sexto Sentido
10:30-Alta Temperatura
11:00-Profundidad 05

DOMINGO
9:30-La Santa Misa
10:00--Todo por la Patria
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Titanes del Ring
1:30-El Santo
2:30--Ladr6n Sin Destine
3:30-Juego Mortal
4:30-Enigma
5:30-Disneylandia
6:30-Gente Menuda
7:00-Papa Coraz6n
8:00-El Show de Julie
Andrews
9:00-Super Estreno
11:00-Combate


LUNES
-Johnny Quest
-Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una
-Marcado
-Sheena
-Super Rat6n


5:00-Aguilas del Espacio
5:30-Speedy Gonzilez
6:00-Hermanos Coraje *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Somhras Tenebrosas
8:30-Las Calles de S. F'co
9:30--Los Aventureros
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda

MARTES
12:00-Johnny Quest
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Marcado
2:30-Sheena
4:30-Pantera Rosa
5:00-Bat Fink
5:30-Chazzin y el Mago
6:00-Hermanos Coraje *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Somhras Tenebrosas
8:30-Cine Favorito
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda
11:00-Alta Temperatura
11:30-Dick Van Dyke

MIERCOLES
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:30-Sheena
4:30-Fibrica de Sonrisas
5:00-Aventuras de Gulliver
5:30-Fantasmas del Espacio
6:00-Hermanos Coraje *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Sombras Tenebrosas
9:30-Los Protectores*


10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda
11:00-El Astuto

JUEVES
12:00-Johnny Quest
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00--El Show de la Una
2:30-Sheena
4:30-Moby Dick
5:00--Chicos del Espacio
5:30-El Pijaro Loco
6:00-Hermanos Coraje *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Sombras Tenehrosas
8:30-Cine Misterio*
9:00-Los Atrevidos
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:3--Ultima Tanda
11:00-Johnny Midnight
11:30-Profundidad 05


VIERNES
-Johnny Quest
-Tras la Noticia
El Show de la Una
-Sheena
-Monstruos A Go-Go
-Defensores
Interplanetarios
-Los Peligros de
Penilope
-Hermanos Coraje *
-Tevedis Informa
-Sombras Tenebrosas
-Jaque Mate
Galeria Nocturna
-Ultimas Noticias
-Ultima Tanda
-Telecine


3 G I]L o qL * En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


SABADO
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:00-Ultraman
11:30-Los 3 Chiflados
12:00-Misterio a la Orden
1:00--nformative del Mediodia
l:30-Sibados con Martinez
Blanco
4:00-Tarzan
5:00-Jim West
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Misidn Viena
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welby
10:00 Cine Colosal


DOMINGO
8:30-Festival de Cartones
8:45-Documental
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00-Salvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Musical Espectacular �
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
5:30-Super Comedia
7:00-Cannon
8:00-El FBI en Acci6n
9:00-Banyon
10:00-Cine Colosal *


LUNES
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15--Los 3 Chiflados
11:45-El Fiscal
12:15-Variedades del Lunes
1:00--nformativo del Mediodia
l:30-Peregrina
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00--Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
3:30-Recuerde Usted
4:30-Linus
5:00-Lariat Sam


5:30-Social Femenino*
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Chespirito*
8:00-El Primer Amor *
9:00-La Loba
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal


MARTES
0:45-Programa Educative
11:15-Los 3 Chiflados
11:45-El Fiscal
12:15-El Tornillo
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
1:30-Peregrina
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
3:30-Recuerde Usted
4:30-Linus
5:00-Lariat Sam
5:30-Social Femenino *
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Juicio*
8:00-El Primer Amor *
9:00-La Loba
10:00-Cuestidn de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal


MIERCOLES
11:00-Los 3 Chiflados
11:45-El Fiscal
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:15-Candilejas
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
1:30-Peregrina
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
3:30-Recuerde Usted
4:30-Linus
5:00-Lariat Sam
5:30-Social Femenino *
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Capulina�


8:00--E Primer Amor *
9:00-La Loha
10:00-Cuestidn de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal


JUEVES
-Programa Educativo
-Los 3 Chiflados
-El Fiscal
-La Criada Bien Criada
-Informativo del Mediodia
-Peregrina
-Muchacha Italiana
-Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
Recuerde Usted
-Linus
-Lariat Sam
Social Femenino *
-Telenoticias RPC
Las Pulgas�
-El Primer Amor *
-La Loba
-Cuestidn de Minutos
-Cine Colosal

VIERNES
-Festival de Cartones
-Los 3 Chiflados
-El Fiscal
La Media Ochoa
-Informativo del Mediodia
Peregrina
Muchacha Italiana
-Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
Recuerde Usted
Linus
-Lariat Sam
-Social Femenino *
Telenoticias RPC
-Pentagrama"
El Primer Amor *
-La Loba
Cuestion de Minutos
La Hora Cero


Paigina 2


La Iglesia Bethel Celebra


Su Aniversario N6mero 12









Marzo 15, 1974


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Se Realize


Torneo de


Ballesteria
Victor Hinds gan6 la categoria A
y Gregorio Green se adujdic6 la B,
ambos en las distancias de 80 y 75
pies, durante la reciente competen-
cia de Ballesteria celebrada en el
campo de futbol de Rainbow City.
Disparando desde 80 pies, Hinds
logr6 acumular una apreciable ven-
taja sobre sus inmediatos seguidores
Pablo McLean y Jos6 Espafia, quie-
nes lograron 47 y 42 puntos, res-
pectivamente. Cada uno dispar6 12
flechas.
El sistema de puntuaci6n em-
pleado durante la competencia, que
fue organizada por el Profesor Jose
D. Ampudia, Coordinador en el
AtlAntico del Programa Recreativo
de Verano, fue el siguiente: 9 pun-
tos para los que dieran en el centro
del circulo (amarillo), 7 para los
que acertaran al rojo, 5 al amarillo,
3 al negro y 1 punto para el blanco.
En la distancia de 75 pies, las
cosas pintaron mis dificiles para
Hinds, quien acumul6 52 puntos
contra 50 de su mas serio rival,
Pablo McLean. El tercer lugar lo
ocup6 Josi Espafia y el cuarto
Ram6n Jeanmarie, con 39 y 26 pun-
tos, en su orden. McLean y Espafia,
aunque no ganaron, dieron una vez
cada uno en el blanco.
Por su part Green logr6 acumu-
lar 39 puntos en la distancia de 80
pies, Categoria B, seguido a dis-
tancia por David Soley (18 puntos)
y por Enrique Wallace (15). Todos
dispararon 12 tiros, y el 6nico que
acert6 al centro fue Wallace.
En la distancia de 75 pies, Green
logr6 acumular 47 puntos.


Seniora de 91

Anos de Edad

Apago Incendio
Cuando se produjo un incendio
en la casa de madera del Dr.
Howard C. Pritham, en Coco Solo,
la semana pasada, la Sra. Sarah
Pritham, de 91 afios, mantuvo la
calma.
La Sra. Pritham, quien reside en
Greenville Junction, Maine, esta
visitando a su hijo en la Zona del
Canal y lo mejor que pudo pasar
es que ella estuviera cuidando la
casa ese dia.
Se encontraba en el jardin cuan-
do not6 que salian llamas y humo
de la sala de la casa. Corri6 aden-
tro e hizo todas las cosas debidas.
Primero llam6 al "0' a la operaria
de telefonos, porque no sabia el
nimero de los bombers.
Despues de informal el incendio,
llen6 una palangana de agua en el
fregador de la cocina y proccdi6 a
extinguir las llamas por su cuenta.
Dos carrots bomba de Mount
Hope respondieron a la alarma, pero
cuando los bombers de la Zona
del Canal Ilegaron, seguidos de
unidades de la policia, encontraron
que todo estaba bajo control, el in-
cendio apagado y los dafios redu-
cidos al minimo. No hubo otra cosa
que hacer que cortar la corriente
el6ctrica y arreglar el lugar.
Los bombers informaron que el
incendio fue causado por el toma-
corriente en corto circuit de un
acondicionador de aire y que estaba
instalado en la sala. Seg6n como se
vcian la pared, las cortinas y los
muebles, todos chamuscados, el
incendio pudo haber sido grande y
haber causado grandes dafios, de-
bido al humo y al agua, tanto en
la misma casa come en los articulos
que estaban dentro de ella.
El Teniente R. E. Hamor, de la
Estaci6n de Bomberos de Mount
Hope, personalmente, encomi6 a la
Sra. Pritham por su acci6n.
La Sra. Pritham, es el prototipo
de las gentes calmadas del lugar
de done precede y madre del mb-
dico escolar del sector AtlAntico.


Vacuno de una Empleada


Gana Premio en Chorrera


Orgullosa mostrando el trofeo que gan6 el ejemplar de su propiedad en
la secci6n de ganado, durante la recien finalizada Feria de La Chorrera,
aparece la Srta. Marcela de la Guardia, oficinista supervisor de clasifica-
ci6n de la Direcci6n de Personal de la empresa del CanaL Se aprecian al
fondo algunas de las reses de su pequefia finca lechera localizada en Nuevo
Emperador, distrito de Arraijan.


En EE. UU. se Habla de la Amistad

De Exploradores Cunas y Locales


Los Exploradores de las Islas de
San Bias y los de la Zona del Canal
y la amistad que se ha establecido
entire los dos grupos, fueron el tema
de un articulo de 4 paginas que apa-
reci6 recientemente en "Boys' Life",
revista escultista que tiene una cir-
culaci6n de casi mill6n y medio de
ejemplares.
El articulo, titulado "Aventura
en San Bias", es original de Jon C.
Halter, aparece en la edici6n de
enero de la muy leida revista y estA
ilustrado con fotografias tanto en
colors como en blanco y negro.
La Tropa 31 del Capitulo de la
Zona del Canal de los Exploradores
de America, de la comunidad de
Los Rios, visit las islas de NarganA
y Coraz6n de Jes6s en San Bias el
ano pasado, con el fin de celebrar
actividades escultistas en uni6n de
sus colegas de la raza Cuna, miem-
bros de la primera tropa que se
fund en dichas islas. A la cabeza
de los 16 Exploradores de la Zona
del Canal estaba James A. Hattrick,
jefe de la Tropa 31 y president del
Comit6 de Relaciones Internaciona-
les del Consejo.
Los muchachos de la Tropa 44
de San Bias y los de la Zona del
Canal se divieron en patrullas de
manera que cada patrulla tuvicra,
por lo menos dos inuchachos de la
Zona del Canal que hablaran in-
gl6s. Si cl lider de la patrulla per-
tenecia a una tropa, el ayudante
debia ser de la otra tropa.
Juntos levantaron campamentos,
nadaron, cocinaron, practicaron pri-
meros auxilios y otras habilidades
escultistas, contribuyendo asi a la
buena voluntad international. An-
tes de que partieran los muchachos
de la Zona del Canal, los miembros
de las dos tropas intercambiaron
panioletas.
El articulo senala que "2 meses
mas tarde, el pr6ximo paso en el
pro de una mayor amistad la dieron
los Exploradores indios de la Tro-
pa 44 cuando visitaron la ciudad de
Panama y la Zona del Canal. Des-


NUMEROS QUE
RECORDER
POLICIA ... .. _110


BOMBEROS-----
CLINICA PARA ENVE-
NENAMIENTOS _
MEDICO (Pacifico)
MEDICO (Atlintico)


pues de 2 dias de paseos con sus
hermanos Exploradores de la Zona
del Canal, regresaron a sus islas".
Durante su visit a la Zona del
Canal, los Exploradores cunas hi-
cieron una visit de cortesia al Vice-
gobernador Charles I. McGinnis,
quien era entonces president del
consejo. Tambien obsequialon al
Vicegobernador una paiioleta hecha
de molas.
Como resultado de estos dos inter-
cambios, un Explorador cuna form
part del grupo de Exploradores
que asistieron al Jamboree Nacional
de Exploradores de Estados Unidos,
en el Parque Estatal Moraine, en
Pensilvania. Fue el primer viaje fue-
ra de su pais que hacia Manuel He-
rrera, de 16 afios, resident en la
Isla de Coraz6n de Jes6s. Todos los
gastos de su viaje fueron pagados
por los Exploradores de la Zona
del Canal y otras personas intere-
sadas. Fue seleccionado para re-
presentar a los exploradores de San
Bias en base a su aprovechamiento
en los studios, su comportamiento
y sus logros sobresalientes en el
escultismo en general.


tF:

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1. I


52-7500 La Srta. Marcela de la Guardia coloca la cinta y una medalla ganados por
"Lucero", sobre el cuerpo del excelente vacuno, mientras su celoso cui-
52-2300 dador, Dionisio Portocarrero (Nicho), la sostiene por uno de los cuernos.
43-121] La vaca produce un promedio de 10 a 18 litros de leche por dia.


-;7


Pigina 3


Muchos empleados del Canal se
dedican, fuera de sus horas de tra-
bajo, a actividades artisticas, a prac-
ticar la carpinteria, la mecinica y
hasta a explotar la agriculture.
Marcela de la Guardia, oficinista
supervisor de clasificaciones de la
Direcci6n de Personal, escogi6 de-
dicarse a la ganaderia de leche, ac-
tividad que recientemente le pro-
porcion6 una satisfacci6n sentimen-
tal, pues uno de sus ejemplares gan6
premio en su categoria durante la
reci6n finalizada Feria de La Cho-
rrera.
"Lucero" es el nombre de la fina
vaca Holstein de propiedad de la
Srta. de la Guardia y de su hermano
Jos6 A. de la Guardia, que mereci6
la distinci6n de Campeona de Le-
che v el Primer Premio de Ganado
de Leche Nacional, en el tradicio-
nal event annual de La Chorrera.
Marcela compr6 a "Lucero" hace
cerca de 8 afios, cuando era una
ternera. La adquiri6 de un hermano
suyo, que a su vez la habia com-
prado a una prestigiosa hacienda
de ganado de raza en Panama. Para
entonces la ternera estaba en Chitr4
y era alimentada con mamadera.
Antes de pasar a la finca "El Arado",
de propiedad de Marcela, "Lucero"
ya habia ganado un premio como
la mejor ternera de leche en la Feria
de Azuero, uno de los events de
esta naturaleza de mayor calidad
competitive.
El premio ganado por "Lucero"
en la Feria de La 'Chorrera, es
pues, su segunda distinci6n de esa
naturaleza en las dos competencias
on que ha participado.
"Lucero", segun explica su pro-
pietaria, produce un promedio de
10 a 18 litros diaries de leche, de-
pendiendo la cantidad de la esta-
ci6n, del past y del estado fisico
del animal.
Afirma Marcela que otra vaca
del hato de 39 ejemplares que man-
tiene en asocio con su hermano
Jose, tiene un promedio de rendi-
miento mAs alto que "Lucero", pero
no pudo llevarla a concursar. El
nombre de esta vaca es "La Negra".
Los hermanos de la Guardia ven-
den la leche product del ordefio
de la maiiana a la empresa Indus-
trias LActeas y la que se produce
en la tarde se entrega a la Central
de Lecherias.
Los animals, todos de la raza
IIolstein-famosa por su alta pro-
ducci6n de leche-son atendidos en
la finca "El Arado", por un celoso
cuidador, de nombre Dionisio Por-
tocarrero y conocido familiarmente
como Nicho.
Todos los animals son muy man-


sos, explica Marcela, "quizAs debi-
do a que desde pequefios se les
daba el alimento con la mano". A6n
hoy dia, el cuidador suele alimen-
tar personalmente a las vacas
adults.
Un detalle interesante del hato
de ganado de la finca "El Arado"
es que las vacas atienden al ser lla-
madas por su nombre. Y cuando se
pronuncia el nombre de "Lucero",
"La Negra" y las vacas se abstie-
nen de responder, y atiende el lla-
mado mnicamente la mencionada
por su nombre.
La ganadora del premio de ga-
nado de leche en la Feria de La
Chorrera es una hembra adulta.
Con poco mis de 8 afios de edad
"Lucero" ha dado tres terneros,
dos machos y una hembra, y ac-
tualmente espera un nuevo crio que
pasarA a aumentar la poblaci6n
vacuna de la finca. Su contribuci6n
al progress de la finca de los her-
manes de ]a Guardia no se limit,
pues, a producer leche y a ganar
premios, que de por si es una apre-
ciable contribuci6n. "Lucero" ha
dado varies ejemplares, y tal vez
alguno de ellos Ilegue a hacerle
honor.


Inicia Cursos


Un Centro de


Rainbow City
Los directors del Centro de Bie-
nestar Social, Programa de Rainbow
City, anuncian que las matriculas
para el pr6ximo period de classes
ya estAn abiertas. Tienen lugar to-
dos los dias de 4 a 9 p.m. Las classes
se iniciarAn el pr6ximo lunes, 18 de
narzo. El centro estA situado en el
piso superior de la Guarderia In-
fantil de Rainbow City, Edificio
6133.
Sc dictaran las siguientes classes:
taquigrafia en ingl6s y espailol, ma-
temAticas generals, matematica de
comercio, nociones de contabilidad,
relaciones humanas, ecolomia do-
m6stica, belleza, frances, ingles, es-
pafiol y otras materials, segiln el
interns de los participants.
La Srta. Juliana Williams, direc-
tora del centro, atenderA personal-
mente cualquier consult que se le
quiera hacer al respect.
Tambi6n se podrA llamar al 43-
2333, telefono del Centro de Bie-
nestar Social de Rainbow City o al
tel6fono 52-3112, de la Oficina de
Servicios Sociales para las Comuni-
dades Latinoamericanas, donde les
resolverA cualquier consult el Tra-
bajador Social, Lie. Santiago Castro.
El Centro de Bienestar Social,
Program de Rainbow City, ha sido
una necesidad largamente sentida
en el sector AtlAntico v de 41 se
aprovechan tanto personas de las
comunidades latinoamericanas de
la Zona del Canal v alrededores.
Los Centros de Bienestar Social,
que la Oficina de Servicios Socia-
les a las Comunidades Latinoame-
ricanas opera en la Zona del Canal,
son subsidiados por la Senda Unida.
Muchos de los empleados de la
empresa del Canal donan su tiempo
y su talent para ayudar a los miem-
bros de la comunidad a acrecentar
su acervo cultural.
Entre las muchas personas que
cooperan con estos cursos se cuen-
tan el Profesor Joscelyn W. Bar-
rowes, la Profesor Gladys de Maug6,
la Srta. Beverly Prescott, Carl
Scales, Orlando Ellis y la Sra. de
Brin.
Tambi6n se dan classes de modis-
teria, a cargo de la Sra. Gladys de
Soley; de reposteria a cargo de las
senioras J. De Souza, E. de Coward
y D. de Welch. J. Rodriguez da
classes de arte; el Profesor R. Steele
ensefia Algebra; F. Stewart, ensefia
tapiceria; la Sra. I. de Richards,
imparte classes de manualidades y
el Profesor F. A. Bolt ensefia es-
paniol.









SPILLXVAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Marzo 15, 1974


Decano de U. dce Oklahoma


Ofrecerac Charlas Aqui


Las sefioras Maria de Wick (izquierda) ex president
del Comit6 de Hogares Sustitutos de la Zona del Canal,
y Georgina de Young, Directora del Departamento de
Servicio Social de la Direcci6n de Personal, muestran
satisfechas el Certificado por Servicio Pdfblico Merito-
rio, mientras que el Dr. Victor Slater, Jefe del Pro-
grama de Salud Mental de la Zona del Canal muestra
la medalla de plata correspondiente, a que se hizo
merecedor el Comit6 de Hogares Sustitutos por su
gran labor en beneficio de la comunidad. Aparecen,
adelante, de izquierda a derecha: CapellAn Marion


El Canal Adiestra
(Viene de
cargar rocas y dcscchos sacados del Otra parte de
Canal. 1 dia de visit pi
Los cadetes tambien servirtn tur- de reparaci6n.
nos durante 3 dias como marine- ci6n sobre la Pro
ros de lanchas motors y 2 dias ad- tenimiento Prev(
quiriendo experiencia en el Ramo plant de compi
de Guias a la Navegaci6n. Dos dias serai
patrulla con el ]
E. Cordovez gado del Contro
cidn por Petr6le1
(Viene de la pdgina 1) tico, y otros 2
con entidades tdcnicas del hemis- el personal de
ferio y de otras regions del mundo. trol de Vegetaci
En el temario figure la presenta- sechos.
ci6n de trabajos cientificos sobre fi- La Escuela N
topatologia, suelos, malezas y her-
bicidas, estadistica, riego, horticul- GOBIERNO
tura y fruticultura, y otros temas,
que indudablemente serin de una ista
gran utilidad. List de
Tambien include la reunion, que Tod solicitante
se halla actualmente en su etapa religion, color, nacio
final, una series de mesas redondas
sobre la Reforma Agraria, las fuen-
tes de protein vegetal en Amfrica Anaista en Normas d
Latina y la participaci6n actual y NM-11/12�
futura de ]a banca en el desarrollo Aseador MG-2*
agropecuario de America Latina, Auxiliar, Servicio de
varias conferencias y un simposio. (Personal masculine
Se estima de un gran valor la Ayudante Constructor
Reuni6n Latinoamericana de Fito- conocimientos del
teenia de PanamA, y en la cual par- Botero MG-5 (Se requ
ticip6 el Ing. Cordovez, gracias a Calderero MG-IO (Se
Controlador de Plagas
invitacion hecha por ]a Secretaria Enfermera/Enfermera
Ejecutiva del Comit6 Organizador, (Trabajo de turn
Ing. Damaris Chea C. Gerente, Instalacione
Superintendent di
Da Resultado . Motor) NM-13
Maquinista-Draga FI
(Viene de la I giuna I) Mozo de Cocina MG-:
del nuevo program consiste en y saber nadar)___.
permitir a los empleados el uso de Mozo de Oficio Servi
medios de transported en masa para (Trabajo de turn
ir al trabajo y regresar a sus hoga- Oficinista-Mecandgraf
Oficinista-Transcripto
res, al igual que como un medio de OPrctico en i diestrar
reducir las demands de gasoline. Tdcnico(a) en Ingenie
AdemAs, con el terriblemente ere- mecanografia y d
ciente costo de ]a gasoline, este sis- Trabajador en Pintur
tenma de transport colectivo puede conocimientos del
ahorrar buena cantidad de dinero
en gastos de gasoline a los emplea- Mecinico Tornero-M
dos de la Division de Dragado. Operario de Vehiculo
llasta ahora, parece que el nuevo Ingles y licencia p
horario y el uso del transport en (Primeras 40 hora
ferrocarril tienen gran popularidad La solicited debe
nltrc los ciipleados, principalmente someterse una solic
entire los residents de la ciudad de de una posici6n, ind
PanamA. negritas. Los salario
Walter W. Fade, Jefo de la Divi- diferencial apropiado
sion, caleula unc aproxinadajncnit que es necesario un
cl 50 por ciento de los trabajadorcs done puede emple
obtenerse en el Rar
del turno de dia qIu vivenon cl a obtenerse en el Ra
ciudad de PalnanliI, (st;i itilizando * Sujeto a reclasi
el ferrocarril, en Ingar de sus auto- esten en el program
moviilcs, program.


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Mills, de Fuerte Gulick; la Sra. Wick; el Dr. Slater;
la Sra. Ray de Diamond, president del Comit6 de
Hogares Sustitutos; la Sra. de Young; y la Sra. Eliza-
beth de Knapp, enfermera de servicio en el Centro
de Salud de Rainbow City. Atris, en el mismo orden:
el CapitAn James Donovan, de las Fuerzas Armadas
en Ainador; la Sra. Sandra de Brunner, secretaria de
la Clinica de Siquiatria del Hospital Gorgas, y Edward
Jones, Trabajador Social de servicio en el Centro de
Salud Mental del Hospital de Coco Solo. La ceremonia
de entrega tuvo lugar en el Edificio de Administraci6n.


a 30 Cadetes . .
pdgina 1)
irograma include que ofrece un curso de 5 arios de
las instalaciones duracion en marina mercante de
ecibirin orienta- cubierta a oficiales de maiquinas,
amaci6n de Man- funciona en su propio local en Pai-
ivo y visitarnin a tilla. Esta debidamente equipada y
i6n de aire. cuenta con varias embarcacioncs pe-
ledicados a ir de quefias que se usan en los cursos
ncionario Encar- de adiestramiento.
le la Contamina- El president de la Junta Asesora
n el sector Atlin- en Educaci6n Nautica es el Capi-
s trabajaran con tin Pablo E. Durin, Jr., graduado
unidad de Con- de la Academia Naval de los Esta-
Acuitica y De- dos Unidos. El adiestramiento en el
Canal se brinda a solicited de la
tica de PanamA, Junta Asesora de la Escuela.


DE LA ZONA DEL CANAL-COMPARIA DEL CANAL DE PANAMA
DIRECTION DE PERSONAL

Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
capacitado recibira consideraci6n para trabajo sin distinci6n de raza,
onalidad, sexo, afiliacion political u otro factor no meritorio.


POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salarou
e Administracion
$13.915.20/$16.452.80
-- -------- ...-------.-----$1.64
Sala (Hospital) NM-1*
o1) ----. . --------- . .$3.328.00
r de Buques MG-5 (Se require
Singles) $1.83
uiere saber nadar) ----- $1.83
require conocimientos del Ingles). ---$4.64
s MG-4*----------- $1.76
I Clinica NM-5/7
o) ------- - $8.236.80/$9.838.40
es de Transporte a Motor (Ayudante del
e la Division de Transporte a
--- ----- ------.---$---19.281.60
E-14 (Se require conocimientos del Ingles) $6.69
3 (Se require conocimientos del Ingles
$------1.71
cio de Comida MG-2*
_.)------- --- - $1.64
o(a) NM-41 _. __ - ....- $6.947.20
ir(a) de Dictifono NM-41 - -- $6.947.20
miento CP-1 (Primeras 40 horas) -..-$15.620.80
ria NM-4 (Se require conocimientos de
de Inglis) -----$6.947.20
a MG-7 (Se require
Ingl6s) --___----- ----$2.06
POSICIONES TEMPORALES
lantenimiento MG-10 (Que no exceda 1 aio) $4.64
a Motor MG-6 (Se require conocimientos del
para conducir) (Que no exceda 6-22-74)
is)- ------- ______ $1.89


Gerald Ruffin, Decano asociado
de la Facultad de Administraci6n
de Negocios de la Universidad de
Oklahoma y Coordinador de Pro-
gramas Avanzados, estarA en la
Zona dcl Canal del 24 al 29 de
marzo.
La Universidad de Oklahoma de-
sarrolla un program complete para
Maestria en la Zona del Canal, en
cuatro campos: Administraci6n de
Negocios, Relaciones IIumanas, Ad-
ministraci6n P'iblica y Economia.
Tambi6n ofrece classes en Servicio
Social y Educaci6n.
Los antiguos estudiantes de la
Universidad de Oklahoma y demnis
interesados en el program, serin
atendidos con gusto por Ruffin.
Las citas deberin hacerse en los
siguientes lugares y fechas.
Centro Educativo de Fuerte
Clayton, lunes 25 de marzo, de 1
a 5 p.m., y el martes 26 de marzo,
de 8 a 11:30 a.m. (tel6fonos 87-
3340 y 87-3137).
Centro Educativo de Albrook,
martes 26 de marzo, entire 1 y 3:30
p.m. (tel6fono 86-2243, Sr. Alvcs).
Centro Educativo de Fuerte
Davis, mi6rcoles 27 de marzo, de
10 a 11:30 a.m. y de 2 a 5 p.m.
Para citas debrain Ilamar a la
Sra. de Baker, al telffono 89-4200.
Centro Educativo de Fuerte
Kobbe, jueves 28 de marzo, de 10
a 11:30 a.m. y de 1:30 a 4 p.m.


Indican Lugares

Donde Conseguir

Tierra Abonada
Personal del Distrito del Pacifico
del Ramo de Ornato y Aseo ha
pucsto tierra abonada, especial para
su use en los jardines, en los si-
guientes lugares:
En la plataforma de concrete si-
tuada detrls del Centro de Adies-
tramiento, para los residents de
Balboa.
En la colina situada frente al
Centro de Servicios Comunales de
la poblaci6n de Paraiso.
En la plataforma de concrete, si-
tuada del otro lado del Boulevard
Morrow, frente al area de dep6si-
tos de botes del Club de Golf de
Gamboa.


Para hacker citas, se debera Ilamar
a la Sra. de Price, al tel6fono 84-
3150.
En Fuerte Amador, el viernes 29
do marzo, de 1 a 4 p.m. Las citas
debertin hacerse llamando a los te-
lifonos 87-3240 y 87-5187.
Los interesados deben asistir a
una reunion el martes 26 de marzo
a las 7 p.m. en el Centro Educativo
de Fuerte Clayton, Edificio 95, en
Fuerte Clayton, Zona del Canal.


En Gran Pelea

Manana Sabado

Duran-De Jesus
Un gran event deportivo hara
de Panaman mariana sabado el pun-
to en donde dirigira su atenci6n
todo el mundo del boxeo. Se trata
del esperado encuentro titular entire
el panamefno Roberto Durin, Cam-
pe6n Mundial Ligero, version AMB,
v el retador portorriquefio Esteban
de Jesus.
La pelea esta programada para
comenzar a las 4 p.m.
Unos 2.000 portorriqueios co-
nicnzan a llegar hoy para la espe-
rada confrontaci6n entire Durin,
uno de los mais fuertes pegadores
que ha tenido esa categoria, y su
Anico vencedor, De Jesuis.
Ambos pdgiles han basado sus
predicciones de triunfo en el knock
out. Paraddjicamente, ninguno de
los dos han sido noqueados en su
brillante campafia. Ambos tienen
una sola derrota. La de De Jesus
fuc a manos del venezolano Antonio
CGmez.
El program de mariana se ini-
ciarA a las 2 p.m. Include los com-
bates internacionales entire la sen-
saci6n panamefia Rodolfo Francis,
Jr., v el colombiano Norberto Reyes
Blanquiset, a un peso mAximo de
115 libras; Marcos Britton de Pa-
namA y Patito Madrigal, de Costa
Rica, en peso de 120 libras, y los
panamefios Mario Mendoza y En-
rique Maxwell en 126 libras.
La pelea sera' transmitida a todos
los EE. UU. por la cadena ABC,
siendo la base de su program
"Wide World Sports" de esa fecha
v a Puerto Rico. En PanamA s6lo
la transmitiran varias radioemisoras.


Direccidn Va-
o Si- can-
Dicisidon ti tes

Ofic. Seguridad P 1
C. Salud M. P 1

Hos. Gorgas P 1

Industrial A 1
Dragado P 2
Industrial A 1
Sanidad A 1

Salubridad A-P 1-1


Transport
Dragado


Dragado P

Hos. Coco Solo A
Ingenieria P
C. Salud M. P
Trinsito A


Electricidad

Industrial

Electricidad


P 1
P 1


1
1
1
6

1

1

1


P

A

P


Transporte P


ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO. DeherB
itud separada para cada categoria de empleo. Si hace solicitud para mas
iique el orden de preferencia. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras
Is indicados seran aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del
Sademas del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo i indica
examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad
arse solemente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mayor informacidn puede
mo de Empleo y Utilizaci6n de Empleados, telefonos 52-7996, 52-7501,
No deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.
ficaci6n a Trabajador en Adiestramiento NM-I/MG-1. Los empleados que
ma de trabajadores en adiestramiento pueden solicitar cambios dentro del


Edward Hackett, marinero de remolcadores al servicio de la Oficina del
Maestre de Rada en Balboa, recibe su certificado de 30 afios de leales
servicios a la Compafifa del Canal de PanamA, de manos del Capitin
Robert F. Rowe, Jr., Primer Ayudante del Capitin de Puerto de Balboa,
quien fue hasta la dependencia donde trabaja Hackett, para entregarle
el certificado de reconocimiento a sus servicios.


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