The Panama Canal spillway =

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


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Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body:
Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note:
"Official Panama Canal publication."
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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 59 Years of Service to World Commerce

The Panama

Canal Spillway

Friday, April 5, 1974

Vol. XII, No. 41

R. J. Risberg Is Named

Next Engineering Chief

Robert J. Risherg, who joined the
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau as a graduate engineering
trainee in 1948, will be promoted
to the position of chief of the bu-
reau's Engineering Division on
April 14.
All of his 26 years of Panama
Canal service has been with the
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau in positions on both sides of
the Isthmus.
After completing the 2-year
trainee program in 1950, he was
assigned as a sanitary engineer and,
1 year later, was named superinten-
dent of the Mount Hope Filtration
Since 1963, he has served as chief
of the Water and Laboratories
Branch and the Construction and
Maintenance divisions.
As Chief of the Engineering Di-
vision, he will succeed Ernest W.
Zelnick who retires this month.
Risberg was born in Thief River
Falls, Minn. After serving in the
U.S. Navy during World War II, he
attended the University of Notre
Dame and was graduated in 1946
with a bachelor of science degree in
civil engineering.
Bud, as he is known to friends, is
a well-known local golfer. He calls
himself a weekend golfer and says

Cayuco Race

To Start at

4 p.m. Today
Nineteen cayucos will be com-
peting in the Annual Cayuco Race
which starts today at 4 p.m. from
the Cristobal Yacht Club.
The office of the Canal Zone
Council Boy Scouts of America re-
ported seven Explorer units, four
Posts and three Ships are repre-
sented. The officials also noted that
one boat, representing Post 29, spon-
sored by the Jungle Survival School
at Curundu, will be employed by
a female crew.
Official starter at Cristobal today
will be Col. Charles R. Clark, Trans-
portation and Terminals Director
and District Chairman for the Race
on the Atlantic side.
Capt. John D. Mallard, Com-
manding Officer, U.S. Naval Sup-
port Activity, C.Z., is this year's
Chairman of the 21st Ocean-to-
Ocean Cayuco Race. Other officials
are: Capt. D. A. Franz, PanCanal
Representative; Ron Tyson, Scout
Executive; Pat Beall, Chief Umpire;
Lt. Comdr. J. J. Nelson, Chief Co-
ordinator; Lt. Comdr. Tim Travis,
Escort Boat Coordinator; Maj. Allen
Carter, Atlantic Side Coordinator;
Chief Warrant Officer John Evans,
Helicopter Escort; Chief Radioman
Jack Jones, Communications; Radio-
man Second Class Charles Threatt,
communications assistant.
Today's first leg of the race from
Cristobal to Catun will last about
45 minutes to 1 hour. The boats
then will be taken out of the water
and trucked around the locks with
the crews resting overnight. The
next leg will begin at 7 a.m., Satur-
day, from the Lighthouse Landing
(Continued on p. 4)

that "everyone in the family is an
outstanding golfer but me." Ilis son
(er'ry attended Middle Tennessee
University on a 4-year golf scholar-
Hisherg, his wife, lMiriam, have
four children. Gerry is the man-
ager of the La Boca gas station;
Eric is in his second year at Canal
Zone College; and Maureen is a
fifth grader at Balboa Elementary
School. Their daughter, Charmaine,
is married to Gregory Michaelis, son
of John A. Michaelis, the former
clerk of the Court, Balboa. She
lives in Reston, La., where her hus-
band attends Louisiana Tech.
Risberg, a registered professional
engineer in the Canal Zone and the
State of Illinois, is a past president
of the American Society of Civil
Engineers (Panama Section) and a
past president and past national di-
rector of the Canal Zone Society of
Professional Engineers.


Begins on New

Access Road

Construction began last month
on a modern road which will link
the Canal Zone with Panama City,
(en. William B. Rosson, U.S.
Southern Command Conunander-
in-Chief, has announced.
The 1.6-mile stretch of highway
will run from the Curundu Gas Sta-
tion on the Fort Clayton Road to
the Ricardo J. Alfaro Expressway
(Tumba Muerto) near the Altos del
Chase Housing area in Panama. The
road is scheduled for completion in
The road construction was re-
quested by Panama's President De-
metrio B. Lakas last year. Gov.
David S. Parker authorized the Pan-
ama Canal Company to furnish the
$440,000 required to convert the
existing unimproved C-15 roadway
in the Canal Zone into a modern
highway. Actual construction is
being done by Foster Construction
(Panama), S.A., with the Engineer
Office, U.S. Army Forces Southern
Command, acting as coordinator for
the project.
The Panama Government has
assumed the responsibility for fund-
(Continued on p. 4)

Col. Richard L. Hunt

New Lieutenant Governor

Announced by Gov. Parker

Col. Richard L. Hunt, a veteran
of 24 years with the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, has been se-
lected as the next Lieutenant Gov-
ernor of the Canal Zone, Cov. David
S. Parker announced this week.
The new Lieutenant Governor
succeeds Col. Charles I. McGinnis,
who has been designated as Conm-
manding Officer of the 4th Engi-
neer Training Brigade at Fort
Leonard Wood, Mo.

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Col. Richard L. Hunt

Chaplain, Youth Advisor

To Speak Easter Morning

Robert J. Risberg

Retail Store Hours

Are Announced for

Good Friday Holiday
The Supply Division has an-
nounced store hours for Good Fri-
day, April 12:
Balboa Supermarket, 9 a.m. to
9 p.m.; Margarita Superette, 8 a.m.
to 10:30 p.m.; Diablo and Marga-
rita Service Center Cafeterias on
24-hour schedules, and all theaters
in accordance with announced
Open for normal holiday or Sun-
day hours will be the Drive-Inn Res-
taurant from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.,
and the gasoline stations from 6:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Gamboa, Paraiso and Rain-
bow City Convenience Vending
sections will open from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m.
Bowling alleys will operate their
usual Sunday hours.

Civic Council To Meet
The regular monthly meeting of
the Pacific Civic Council will be
held at 7:30 p.m., April 10, at the
Panama Canal Training Center on
Corozo Street. Members of the Pa-
cific side community are invited to

Canal Zone-Pacific Area
(Average Gallons Per Day)
Last week .. 10,683,800
Week before last. _11,193,400
Last week a year ago 12,073,600

Rear Adm. Richard G. Hutche-
son, Jr., Fleet Chaplain, U.S. At-
lantic Fleet, Norfolk, Va., will be
the guest speaker at the Easter
morning Sunrise Services to be held
at the Balboa High School Stadium
at 6 a.m. on April 14. Clarence C.
Payne, Youth Advisor to the Gov-
ernor of the Canal Zone, will be
the principal speaker at the Atlantic
side services to be held at the same

Rear Adm. Richard G. Hutcheson, Jr.

Clarence C. Payne

time at the Cristobal High School
Admiral Hutcheson, a native of
Virginia, is a graduate of Emory
and Henry College and of Yale Uni-
versity Divinity School. He holds a
Master of Sacred Theology degree
from Union Theological Seminary,
New York, and a Doctor of Philos-
ophy degree in Education from
American University, Washington,
D.C. He was ordained by West
Hanover Presbytery in 1944.
A minister of the Presbyterian
Church, Admiral Hutcheson has
been a U.S. Navy Chaplain since
1945. While serving as a Navy
Chaplain he has remained active in
Presbvterian Church activities. He
was a member of the Planning Com-
mittee for his denomination's 1968
Youth Convention, and the 1969-72
committee which restructured the
national level boards and agencies
of the Church. He has authored a
number of articles which have ap-
peared in religious and professional
As a Navy Chaplain, Admiral
Hutcheson has served on a number
of ships and shore stations, includ-
ing a troop transport in the Pacific
during World War II. In the Korean
War he served with the First Marine
Division and was awarded a Com-
mendation Medal with Combat V.
While he was senior Chaplain at
Yokosuka, Japan, in 1964, his
Chapel was selected for the Guide-
posts Magazine Church Award for
the year. In 1967-68, he was Officer
in Charge of the Navy's Chaplain
School at Newport, R.I. He also has
served in several positions on the
staff of the Chief of Navy Chaplains,
most recently as Director of Per-
Youth Advisor, Clarence C. Payne
(Continued on p. 4)

Colonel McGinnis came to the
Canal Zone as Engineering and Con-
struction Director in July of 1971
from St. Paul, Minn., where he
served for 2 years as District Engi-
neer. He was appointed Lieutenant
Governor in June 1972. Colonel
McGinnis and his family are sched-
uled to sail to New Orleans on
June 13.
Colonel Hunt has been serv-
ing as New Orleans District Engi-
neer since August 1971. A native of
Oklahoma, Colonel Hunt was com-
mnissioned in the Army Corps of
Engineers in 1950, following grad-
uation from the U.S. Military Acad-
emy at West Point, N.Y.
As District Engineer in New Or-
leans, Colonel Hunt was responsible
for water resource development ac-
tivities in a 47,000 square mile area
covering nearly all of Louisiana,
parts of Texas, Arkansas and Mis-
In February of this year he was
awarded the Meritorious Service
Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster, for
his direction of flood fighting efforts
during flooding of the Mississippi,
Red and Atchafalaya rivers last
Colonel Hunt's responsibilities at
the New Orleans post included the
40-foot deep ship channels in the
Mississippi River from Baton Rouge
to the Gulf and more than 300 miles
of the shallow-draft Gulf Intra-
coastal Waterway.
Colonel Hunt received his mas-
ter's degree in civil engineering from
the University of Illinois in 1955.
His military education also includes
graduation from the Command and
General Staff College, the Armed
Forces Staff College, and the Army
War College.
Prior to his assignment to the
New Orleans District, Colonel Hunt
served as Public Affairs Officer for
the Office of the Chief of Engineers
in Washington, D.C.
Colonel Hunt has served at the
Corps of Engineers' Waterways Ex-
periment Station, Vicksburg, Miss.;
at Fort Leonard Wood and the Tulsa
District. His overseas assignments
include tours in Europe, Korea and
He is a registered professional
engineer in the State of Oklahoma
and a member of the Society of
American Military Engineers and
the American Society of Civil Engi-
Colonel and Mrs. Hunt, the
former Marylin E. Rutter, have three
children, Sheryl L., Richard S., and
Susan E.

Canal Zone United Way

Will Meet April 16
The annual meeting of members
of the Canal Zone United Way, Inc.,
will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday,
April 16 in the Board Room of
the Administration Building, Balboa
The principal purpose of the
meeting will be to receive the
annual report and to elect trustees.
Each person who has contributed
to the United Way is a member and
is invited to attend the meeting.

1 -1. ".., . - I -



April 5, 1974

The topic of worms, usually a most disagreeable subject,
was made so interesting that Gov. David S. Parker
went to see what the sophomore biology class at Balboa
High School was up to. He discovered that the 10th

annual Worm Festival was indeed serious research on
various types of worms done by the students under the
direction of John Banasick, chairman of the Balboa
High School Biology Department.

VFWLadies Plan CHS Student Attends

Fashion Show at Government Seminar

Post Home April

"Spring Blossoms," a fashion show
featuring the latest styles from the
Linmar Dress Shop will be presented
by the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW
Post No. 3822 at 7:30 p.m., Satur-
day, April 13, at the Post Home in
There will be music by Lucho
Azcuirraga and door prizes from Ri-
cardo, Helen's Linen Shop, Ma-
dame Michelle Wigs, Motta Agency,
Manolo's Bakery and AAFES beauty
shop concession. Ticket holders do
not have to be present to win a
In addition to the fashion show,
there will be refreshments and
dancing following the show. Tickets
are $2.50 per person and may be
obtained from Auxiliary members
or by calling 52-5136 or 52-2761.

Charles T. Cleveland, a student
of Cristobal High School, recently
participated in a 1 week in-depth
exploration of the American govern-
mental system with other students
at Washington, D.C.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
C. Cleveland, of Coco Solo, Charles
was one of 1,600 high school stu-
dents from the United States and
abroad who gathered in Washing-
ton over a 6-week period in Feb-

Table Tennis Tourney
The Balboa YMCA is sponsoring
a table tennis tournament open to
all active players.
Registration will be held April 1
to 15 and all interested persons must
register with R. Wayne King. Entry
fee is $1. Registration deadline is
2 p.m., April 15.
For further information call 52-

Clinton C. Carney, center, foreign language instructor at Canal Zone
College, presents a copy of the Translator's Guide, which he published
recently, to William O'Sullivan, Chief of the Panama Canal Translator's
Office. At right is Dr. Charles L. Latimer, Deputy Superintendent of
Schools, who helped to prepare the work.

Panama Canal Spillwvay
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. SPILL.VAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later than 4 p.m., Monday, the
week of publication. Only urgent material can lhe accepted as late as noon
Tuesday. Distributed free to all Pannama 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
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

ruary and March to participate in
the program, which is sponsored by
A Presidential Classroom for Young
Participants in A Presidential
Classroom follow an academic
course of seminars conducted by
members of Congress, leading ad-
ministration officials, members of
Washington's diplomatic and press
corps, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and
other high echelon representatives.
Many of the seminars are conducted
at such locations as Capitol Hill,
the State Department, the Coddard
Space Center and the Department
of Justice.
Initiated from White House mem-
orandums, Presidential Classroom
was chartered as a non-profit, non-
partisan educational organization in
1968. It is governed by a board of
directors and an advisory board
composed of private citizens, na-
tional educators and members of
the Legislative, Judicial and Execu-
tive branches of Government.

Basketball League

To Be Formed for

Players Over 30

The Panama Canal Special Serv-
ices Officer is again organizing the
30-year-olds and over slow break
basketball league for Panama Canal
The league will start April 16,
and run through the latter part of
May. Games will be played Mon-
day through Thursday at 4:45 p.m.
Employees interested in par-
ticipating in the league are asked to
submit their names, I.D. number,
and place of employment to the
Special Services Office, Box M, Bal-
boa Heights, C.Z. Teams will be
selected on April 12.

Aquarium Society To Meet
Sunday at New Location
The Canal Zone Aquarium So-
ciety announces its next monthly
meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m.,
April 7 at a new location. Instead of
being held at the JWB, as before,
the society will meet at the Panama
Canal Training Center located on
Corozo St., Balboa Heights. Topics
for discussion will be a film on the
Coral Sea and the upcoming field
trip dive at Portobelo.

12:05-New Zoo Revue
12:25-Make A Wish
12:50--Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
1:40--Saturday Playhouse (Double feature):
"Courage Of Black Beauty" and
"Fun On A Weekend"
4:30-Buck Owens
4:55-Roller Derby
5:35-Sports Challenge
6:00-Weekend '74
7:05-Carol Burnett
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Here's Lucy
8:30-The Partridge Family
8:55-Que Pasa?
9:05-Please Don't Eat The Daisies
10:00-Focus on Today
10:15-Movie: "Hell Raiders"
11:25-Boxing From the Olympic
11:55--Christopher Close-Up
12:05-Sacred Heart
12:20-Music and the Spoken Word
12:50-The Gossamer Thread (Religious special)
1:20-N.C.A.A. Basketball: Semifinals:
Kansas vs. Marquette and
UCLA vs. N.C. State
4:30-1 Am Somebody (Information special)
4:55-President Nixon's Address to
NAB Convention
6:40-Wanted: Dead Or Alive
7:05-Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-The New Perry Mason Show
9:00--Qu Pasa?
9:05-The Weekend Tonight Show
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Movie: "We Go Fast"
3:00-Bob Cummings
3:25-Dinah's Place
3:45-Cartoon Carnival
4:05-Sesame Street
5:05-Electric Company
5:35-On Campus
6:40-Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer
7:05-Profiles In Courage
8:00-All in the Family
8:25-Movie: "The Big Circus"
10:15-Focus on Today
10:45-Cinema Classics: "The Grapes Of
3:00-Another World
3:25-Dinah's Place
3:45-Mike Douglas

S (Schedule subject
to change
without notice)

5:05-Electric Company
5:35-The New Jimmy Dean Show
6:40-Doris Day
7:05-The Burns & Schreiber Comedy Hour
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Families: On the Road to Somewhere
(Information special)
9:00-Big Valley
9:50-T.H.E. Cat
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Movie: "Eegah"
3:00-Another World
3:25-Dinah's Place
3:45-Cartoon Carnival
4:05-Sesame Street
5:05-Electric Company
5:35-Animal World
6:40-The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters
7:05-N.B.C. Follies
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Appointment With Destiny (Premiere)
9:00- Qu Pasa?
9:05-The Tonight Show
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Movie: "Queen Of Spades"
3:00-Another World
3:25-Dinah's Place
3:45-Mike Douglas
5:05-Electric Company
5:35-Three Passports to Adventure
6:40-The Mancini Generation
7:05-Flip Wilson
8:00-8 O'Clock Report
8:05-Then Came Bronson (Last show)
9:00--The Dean Martin Comedy Hour
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Movie: "Violent Stranger"
3:00-Another World
3:25-Dinah's Place
3:45-Cartoon Carnival
4:05-Sesame Street
5:05--Electric Company
6:40-Juvenile Jury
7:05-Variety Special: "Snoopy Directs
The Ice Follies"
8.00-8 O'Clock Report
9:00--1u1 Pasa?
9:05-The Tonight Show
10:15-Focus on Today
10:30-Movie: "Flying Wild"
12:00-Potpourri: "Action 73"

T Week Beginning riday,
AT THE MOV IESP April 5, 1974

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Goodbye Mr. Chips (G)
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00-Bless The Beasts And
The Children (119 min) (SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Black Beauty
(82 min) (G)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:05-Mon., 6:15, 8:05
-Napoleon And Samantha (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-Legend Of Custer
(94 min) (SIT) (G)
Mon. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Texas Across The River
(107 min) (SIT) (G)
Tues., 6:15, 8:30-The Poseidon Adventure (PG)
Wed., 6:15, 8:20-Innocent Bystanders (PG)
Thurs. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Silent Running
(97 min) (G)
Thurs., 6:00, 8:40-The Hallelujah Trail
(SIT) (G)
COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Clambake (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
(96 min) (G)
Sat., 7:30-On A Clear Day You Can See
Forever (G)
Sun., 2:00, 7:30--Mon., 7:30--r. No (G)
Mon. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Under The Yum Yum
Tree (116 min) (SIT) (G)
Tues., 7:30-Deaf Smith And Johnny Ears
Wed. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Legend Of Custer
(94 min) (SIT) (G)
Wed., 7:30-M�A'�SH (PG)
Thurs., 7:30-Hello Down There (G)
RAINBOW CITY (Air-Conditioned)
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00-Under The Yum Yum
Tree (116 min) (SIT) (G)
Sat.-Son Of Captain Blood (88 min) and
Shenandoah (105 min) (G)
Sun.-Deaf Smith And Johnny Ears (PG)
Mon.--Rio Conchos (G)
Tues.-Up The Junction (119 min) (G) and
Uptight (104 min) (PG)
Wed. (Prerelease)-Coffy (R)
Thurs.-Napoleon And Samantha (SIT) (G)
Fri.-The Yearling (G)
Fri. Ovl Show, 10:00-Strait-Jacket
(100 min) (SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Pinocchio In Outer Space
(77 min) (G)

Sat.-Hammerhead and Two Faces Of Dr.
Jeckyll (R)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Bushbaby (106 min)
Sun.-Mon.-Walking Tall (R)
Tues.-Save The Tiger (R)
Wed.--A Warm December (PG)
Thurs.-There's A Girl In My Soup (R)
Fri.-The Love-ins (91 min) and Hook Line
And Sinker (92 min) (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Huckleberry Finn
(113 min) (G)
Sat-TBe Yearling (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Willy Wonka And The
Chocolate Factory (110 min) (G)
Sun.-Time To Run (G)
Tues.-A Warm December (PG)
Thurs.-The Viking Queen (G)
Fri.-The Viking Queen (G)
Fri. Owl Show, 9:30-The War Lover
(106 min) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-Zebra In The Kitchen
(105 min) (SIT) (G)
Sat., 8:15-That Funny Feeling (G)
Sun.-American Graffiti (PG)
Mon.-The Burglars and The Executioner
(224 min) (PG)
Tues.-Cast A Giant Shadow (G)
Wed.-On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
Thurs.-Celebration At Big Sur (SIT) (PG)
Sat.-Hellfighters (121 min) and The Sea
Pirate (83 min) (G)
Sun.-The Good And The Bad (105 min) and
Legend Of Nigger Charley (100 min) (PG)
Mon.-American Graffiti (PG)
Wed.-Celebration At Big Sur (PG)
Thurs.-The Burglars (114 min) (SIT) and
The Executioner (110 min) (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.
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.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Page 2

April 5, 1974



To Begin


Passover celebrates Israel deliv-
erance fromL Egyptian bondage. The
festival lasts 8 days during which
Matzohs are eaten in place of
leavened bread. On the first and
second nights there is a Seder, a
religiously ordered supper partaken
in togetherness.
This year the holiday will be
celebrated from sundown April 6
until sundown April 14. A tradi-
tional Seder with community par-
ticipation will take place at Albrook
Officers' Club at 6 p.m., April 7.
The communities are invited and
all individuals interested in par-
ticipating may contact the Jewish
Welfare Board in Balboa.
Passover has its origin in the Holy
Scriptures in the Books of Exodus.
The name is derived from the
Hebrew words "Pessach-Passing
over" because the Eternal passed
over the homes of the Israelites
when Egypt's first born were slain
as described among the 10 plagues.
Pessach, Passover in Hebrew, is
also the name of the Pascal lamb
offering which the Hebrews were
commanded to sacrifice in this
Matzoh (unleavened bread) is
eaten as a reminder of the hurried
exodus when there was no time to
allow the fermentation of the bread.
Seder is the order of the ritual
service and meal which is found in
the Haggadah (narration) which has
been followed by the descendents
of the House of Israel for many
Passover is the holiday of spring,
liberation and rebirth of all men
aspiring for freedom. It is in this
spirit that Passover is celebrated
by members of the Jewish faith.

Applications Needed

For Participants in

U.S. Student Program
Students now participating in the
Student Assistant-Aid School Year
Program must submit an applica-
tion in order to be considered for
selection in the 1974 U.S. Schools
Student Assistant Program which
starts May 27.
The need for this arises from the
fact that the employment during
the school year of student assistants
and student aids terminates at the
close of the school year. They may
not be carried over into the regular
summer program of the U.S. schools.
Placements for the U.S. Schools
Student Assistant Summer Program
are made anonymously on the basis
of merit. The program is limited to
students who are enrolled in full-
time status in a local or U.S. college
or university or to students who will
graduate from high school at the
end of the 1973-74 school year.
Application forms are available
at the Ancon or Cristobal offices of
the Personnel Bureau; Balboa and
Cristobal High Schools; and the
Ollice of the Dean, Canal Zone Col-
lege. The deadline for receipt of
applications is April 15.

Choral Society Rehearsing
It's not too late for persons in-
terested in choral nulsic to join the
Isthmian Choral Society. The so-
ciety meets Monday, 7 to 9 p.m.,
at the Curiindu Junior Iligh Music
Boom. Rehearsals for a spring con-
cert are under way. For further in-
formation call Maj. John Brunk,
duty hours 84-3870, home 84-3725.

C.Z. Library

To Show Films

Rotarians attending a district conference in Panama
City visit Miraflores Locks where they were given a

tour and a briefing on the operation of the Panama
Canal. Almost 600 Rotarians visited the locks.

Latin American Rotarians

Visit Locks, Tour C.Z.

Almost 600 Rotarians and their
wives representing seven nations
were introduced to the Panama
Canal and numerous points of inter-
est in the Canal Zone last week.
The hotarians, who comprised
one of the largest groups to visit the
Canal, were on the Isthmus to
attend the annual conference of
District 424 of Rotary International,
which takes in the six Rotary clubs
in Panama and clubs in Belize, Cos-
ta Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Honduras and Nicaragua. The 4-day
conference was held in Panama
The tour was arranged by the
Panama Canal Information Office,
which assigned six members of its
Guide Service to the visiting Rotar-
ians, many of whom had never been
to Panama before. Most of the tour
guests were from outside of Pan-
ama but a few local Rotary club
officers accompanied the visitors.
A total of 12 buses brought the
Rotarians and their wives into the
Canal Zone where they were di-
vided into three separate groups,
with two guides assigned to each
One group went first to Miraflo-
res Locks for a tour and a briefing
at the locks while another delega-
tion went to Pedro Miguel boat
landing and boarded the launch

C.Z. Resident's Son

Win Navy Award

As Research Scientist
Allen C. Ford, the son of William
J. Ford, of Balboa, was recently
given the David Taylor Award, pre-
sented each year to a leading re-
search and development scientist.
The award was given for scien-
tific achievement with the Naval
Ship Research Center where he is
employed with the Aviation and
Surface Effects Department. Ford
is recognized as inventor of the Sur-
face Effect Ship and has a total of
five patents to his credit.
A native of New Orleans, Ford
holds a bachelor's degree from Lo-
vola University in New Orleans, a
master's degree in aeronautical en-
gineering from Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology and has done
graduate work at other universities.
In 1951, he was employed at the
Naval Air Development Center
where he was assigned to work on
armament systems in the Aircraft
Nuclear Reactor Program and later
the Captured Bubble Program. In
1972, he received the Navy Meri-
torious Civilian Service Award.
His sister is Mrs. Margaret Wil-
son, a teacher at Diablo Elementary

Los Cruces for a partial transit of
the Canal. Meantime, the third
group was taken on a bus tour of
Summit Gardens, Balboa Heights
and other points of interest in the
Canal Zone. The three groups were
rotated so that each went to the
locks, made a partial transit and
took the bus tour.
The host clubs for the conference
were the Panama Rotary Club, the
Rotary Club of Panama South and
the Rotary Club of Panama West.
The presidents of these clubs are
Luis H. Moreno, Jr., Manuel Ca-
barcos and Frank L. Ostrander, re-
spectively. The District Governor
for District 424 is Joseph Harring-
During the conference, Rotarians
attended business sessions during
the day and held committee meet-
ings on various topics. Many also
participated in a golf tournament
at the Panama Colf Club. Wives
attended luncheon meetings and a
fashion show in their honor. Even-
ing social functions included a
"noche tipica" at the Panama Golf
Club, receptions and the district
governor's formal ball at the Union
Club Saturday evening to close out
the conference.

Cristobal Woman's Club
To Install New Officers
At Tea-Fashion Show
The Cristobal Woman's Club
annual Installation Tea and Fashion
Show will be held at 1:30 p.m.,
April 27, at the Cristobal High
School Cafeteria.
The theme for this year is "The
Olympics of Vogue" and will fea-
ture garments made and modeled
by club members.
Tickets will be available at the
club building any weekday between
9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or by calling Mrs.
Roy Newall at 43-2748 or Mrs. E. A.
Blennerhassett at 43-1815. A beau-
tiful, king-sized mola bedspread will
be raffled off at the installation tea,
all proceeds will go to charity.

Swimming Program

To Be Held Tuesday
Once again the Interoceanic
Swimming Program is underway
and all swimmers from the Panama
Canal area are welcome to swimn
with the Dolphins in another sea-
son. Those who are interested in
joining should contact Grover Bar-
nes or Carlos Daniel at 83-3601 or
52-2506 or 52-4995.
The first swimming meet will be
April 20. Swimming practice will
be held at the Curundu Swimming
Pool Monday through Friday from
4 to 6 p.m.

Luis Hooper, right, a Maintenance Division lead foreman, accepts a
suggestion award certificate from Col. A. L. Romaneski, director, Engi-
neering and Construction Bureau. Hooper's suggestion resulted in a savings
of approximately $5,300 and earned himi a monetary award of $315. From
left are Romaneski, Floyd D. Wright, chief, Pacific Maintenance Branch,
Robert J. Risberg, chief, Maintenance Division, and Hooper.


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April 11, 15
lThe Canal Zone Library will pre-
sent the next showing of its 1974
Filmi Program on the Pacific side of
the Isthmus at 7:30 p.m., April 11,
at the Panama Canal Training Cen-
ter and at 7:30, April 15, at the
Cristobal Junior-Senior Hi gh School
Auditorium on the Atlantic side.
The film titles are:
Portrait Of Zubin Mehta, a look
at Zubin Mlehta, Bombay-born con-
ductor of the Los Angeles Symphony
Orchestra and the Metropolitan
Opera House Co.
Monument To The Dream which
tells the story of how St. Louis'
magnificent new arch, the "Gate-
way to the West" was built. De-
signed in a daring and innovative
parabola by Eero Saarinen, the arch
conmmemorates the Lewis and Clark
Expedition which opened up the
American West to exploration.
The films are furnished courtesy
of the U.S. Information Service.
Admission is free and all are cor-
dially invited to attend.

Mrs. Georgia Magness

Represents Isthmus

At Miami Art Exhibit
Mrs. Georgia. Magness has been
selected to represent the league in
the 1974 National League of Amer-
ican Penwomen Biennial Art Ex-
hibit in Miami, Fla.
Her oil and sand painting, "Silver
Block" was one of 12 exhibits se-
lected here in January for submis-
sion to the State Pre-Biennial Eli-
mination Art Show in Florida. Final
judging of all works accepted from
throughout the United States, in-
cluding "Silver Block," were made
in Miami on March 30 for national
awards. The Biennial Art Exhibit is
on display at the prestigious Bacardi
Gallery until April 9 and "Silver
Block" will be included in the 1974
Traveling Slide Art Show which is
shown throughout the United States.
Mrs. Magness has been a mem-
ber of the Canal Zone and Panama
Branch of the National League of
American Penwomen for the past
3 years and she is presently pub-
licity chairman and the historian.
Her work has been accepted in all
juried shows sponsored by the
branch during this time, and she is
the recipient of a Best of Show
Ribbon and a Second Place Award.
Her work was also accepted for
display in Panama's Xerox Pic-
torial Competitions in 1972 and
197:3, and she is additionally cred-
ited with a two-man show at the
Panama Institute of Art in 1971. In
1972, Mrs. Magness had the dis-
tinction of being the only Canal
Zone artist invited to display her
work at the opening of Galeria
Nova, the first commercial art gal-
lery to be established in Pananma
Mrs. Magness is the wife of
SMISgt. John I. Magness. U.S.
Air Forces Southern Command.

Pancake Breakfast Planned
A pancake breakfast will be served
on April 7 in Camlboa at the Civic
Center beginning at 7 a.m.
This breakfast is being sponsored
by the Woman's Auxiliary of the
(Our Ladv of (ood Counsrl Chlirclh.
Tickets are selling for $1.25 cach.
Children under 6 years of age will
lie admitted free. For more infor-
mation contact Jo Ann Bonk, 56-
6573, or Paula Geddes, 56-6369.


April 5, 1974

100 Expected To Compete

In Bicycle Rodeo Tomorrow

Approximately 100 cyclists, both
children and adults, are expected
to compete in tomorrow's bicycle
rodeo to be held by the Rotary Club
of Panama \Vest. Most of the early
entries have been from the younger
set but a few "oldsters" have also
shown interest.

(Continued from p. 1)
serves as the Governor's principal
advisor in matters pertaining to the
welfare of young people in the
comnunnity. He also administers the
Canal Zone Youth Activities Pro-
gram which includes the Straight
Scene drug education program, the
Friends Hotline, fire-A-Kid and
five youth centers in the various
communities of the Canal Zone.
An ordained minister of the United
Presbyterian Church, Payne first
came to the Canal Zone in 1962 as
pastor of the Gatun Union Church.
In 1964, he became senior pastor of
the Balboa Union Church, remain-
ing in that capacity for 5 years.
Prior to coming to the Canal Zone,
Payne served congregations in Flor-
ida, Illinois and Minnesota and also
served as a full-time instructor at
Macalester College in St. Paul,
Payne did his undergraduate
work at Washington University at
St. Louis, Mo., and was awarded
graduate degrees from McCormick
Theological Seminary and Prin-
ceton Theological Seminary. He has
done additional graduate work at
Florida State University.

Easter Concert Planned
The Coro Polif6nico de Panamai
and the Erica Woodwind Quintet
will present a concert of music for
Holy Week and Easter at 8 p.m.,
April 7, at the Cathedral of St. Luke,
The Bach Cantata 140 will be
the major work sung by the Core
Polif6nico with soloists Elizabeth
Leigh, Carol Webster and Arnold
Walters. Instrumentalists will be
Padraino VAsquez, violin; Efrain
Castro, oboe; and Joyce Morrow,
The Erica Quintet includes Ana
Granadino, french horn; Carmen
Granadino, flute; Efrain Castro,
oboe; Rafael Carcia, clarinet; Paul
Ruff and Jose Ines Ambulo, bassoon.
The public is invited to attend.

The rodco will begin at 1 p.m. at
Balboa Stadium and will include a
variety of events in which 32 tro-
phies donated by Marlboro will go
to winners and second place finish-
ers. The highlight of the day will
be a 2-mile race open to all cyclists.
The winner of this event, scheduled
to start at about 3 p.m., will receive
a new Benotto racing bike donated
by Ciclismo PanamiA.
The 2-mile race will start at the
stadium, from Balboa Road to La
Boca Road, then to Roosevelt I igh-
way and back to the stadium. Canal
Zone Police will control traffic while
the race is in progress.
The program includes a 440-yard
race and skill course event each for
boys and girls in age categories of
8 to 12, 13 to 19, 20 to 34 and 35
and up.
The rodeo is open to all amateur
cyclists on the Isthmus. A $1 entry
fee will be charged each contestant
and there will be a 50-cent admis-
sion charge at the stadium for spec-
tators. Post entries will be accepted.
Applications are available at Bal-
boa, Diablo, Ancon and Los Rios
elementary schools, Balboa Iligh
School and Curnmdu Junior High
School. They also may be obtained
at the offices of Dr. Maurice IH.
Nahmad, Building 639 (Balboa
Heights Railroad Station) and Dr.
Carlos R. Ibniiez, 722 El Prado, Bal-
boa. The signature of a parent or
guardian is required on applications
for entrants under 18 years of age.

C.Z. Life Guards Shown

In Safety Magazine
A picture of participants in the
Best Life Guard contest sponsored
by the Canal Zone Division of
Schools for guards at its swimming
pools appeared in the January issue
of the National Safety News, a
publication of the National Safety
Council with headquarters in
Chicago, Ill.
Shown with the winner, Dario
de Souza, are David A. Speir, Su-
perintendent of Schools; Mrs.
Maxine Logan, Administrative As-
sistant, Canal Zone Chapter, Amer-
ican Red Cross; Dr. Richard Chevil-
le, school doctor; Beverly Furman,
Curundu Pool; second place winner
Mark Haddaeus; water safety in-
structor trainers and the partici-

(Contitnued from p. 1)
ing and constructing a bridge over
the Curundu River and completing
the connecting road link in Panama.
It has contracted with the firm of
Constructora Baru, S.A. for these
two portions of the project, which
also are underway. They are ex-
pected to be completed at approxi-
mately the same time the Canal
Zone portion of the work is finished.
The highway will provide a major
artery for Panamanians living in the
city and working in the Canal Zone.
It will serve to lessen traffic conges-
tion entering and leaving the Canal
Zone, especially during peak hours.
It will also provide access for Canal
Zone residents entering Panama and
lessen travel time to the Tocnmen
The construction calls for a two-
lane asphalt highway, 22 feet wide
with 6-foot shoulders on each side.
It is designed to accommodate
traffic at speeds up to 40 miles an
hour. It is presently anticipated that
the road will be open during what
is normally considered peak com-
muters' hours.
The highway was designed by
the Mobile District, Corps of En-
gineers, Mobile, Ala.

(Continued from p. 1)
area at Catun and will end that
afternoon at Camboa. The final leg
will get underway Sunday morning
at 8 a.m. from Ganmboa Siri Landing
and will be started by Canal Zone
Cov. David S. Parker.
The cayucos will be locked
through Pedro Miguel and Miraflo-
res Locks, with the first boat ex-
pected to cross the finish line at
Roadman Pier 1 at about 1 p.m. An
awards ceremony is scheduled for
the Rodman Gymnasium at 3 p.m.,

Newcomers Club

To Hold Luncheon
The Atlantic Side Newcomers
Club will hold an installation lunch-
eon at 12:30 p.m., April 25, at the
Fort Gulick NCO Club. The cost
will be $1.50 and reservations should
be made by April 15 by calling:
Fort Davis 89-3420; Fort Culick
89-4164 or France Field 89-4943.
A tour is planned to the San Bias
Islands April 28 beginning at 9 a.m.
Reservations should be made by
April 12 by calling one of the above
mentioned numbers. Cost of the
tour is $37 per person. A limited
number of persons can be accom-

A6 -


Lt. Gov. Charles I. McGinnis is presented tickets to the Canal Zone Girl
Scout Council's Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner by Senior Girl Scout
Terri Bridges, co-Chairman for this year's event. Others are Capt. D. A.
Dertien, Canal Zone Girl Scout Council president and Lucille McCown,
Girl Scout Executive director. The Meeting and Awards Dinner will be
held April 27 at the Fort Clayton NCO Club. Further details are available
by calling the Girl Scout office at 52-2552.

Army Will Need Firefighters

At New Unit at
Effective May 1, the U.S. Army
Forces Southern Command will be
establishing a new aircraft firefight-
ing unit at Albrook AFB to be
staffed by 24 firefighters and fire
officers. Applications are now being
accepted at the USARSO Civ-
ilian Personnel Office, Building,

Firefighter __
Firefighter (Driver operator)
Fire Sergeant
Fire Lieutenant �__ .____ .__--_
* Security.
In the event that an applicant is
selected who is currently an em-
ployee of the Panama Canal Conm-
pany-Canal Zone Government and
occupies Canal quarters, he will be

Albrook AFB
560, Corozal, for these positions.
The new aircraft firefighting unit,
including both equipment and per-
sonnel, will then be transferred to
the Fire Division of the Canal Zone
Government on July 1.
The positions for which applica-
tions are now being sought are:

Base pay
per annumn

No. of

permitted to retain quarters through
the transition period and beyond.
Any questions regarding these
positions should be directed to
Eduardo Arrocha at 85-3792.


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.

Asphalt Worker MG-7 __ ------ . -$2.06
Boarding Inspector NM-4/9_ --- $6,947.20/$11,606.40
Boiler Plant Operator MG-7 - -- ---- $2.06
Carpenter Worker MG-7 --..----- ------------.--- $2.06
Clerk Checker NM-2* (Knowledge of English) (First 40 hours) $3,744.00
Fireman (Floating Plant) MG-7 (Swimming ability) -- $2.06
Fire Sergeant FM-4 ------- -- -- $12,916.80
Industrial Engineer NM-5/7 .------ - $7,737.60/$9,526.40
Maintenanceman MG-8 -- -- ------ ------- $2.46
Management Analyst NM-11/12 _- $13,915.20/$16,452.80
Nurse Anesthetist NM-9/11
(Required to be on call) -- -- $11,606.40/$13,915.20
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-5/7
(Shift work required) $8,236.80/$9,838.40
Police Private PL-1 --- - - ---- -- -$9,568.00
Reporting Stenographer NM-51 - -- ---$7,737.60
Roofer Helper MG-5 ------------------- $1.83
Selective Service Clerk (Typing) NM-41
(Part-Time NTE 20 hours week) - .._ - $3.34
Training Instructor (Conversational Spanish) NM-7
(Part-Time NTE 20 hours week)----- - - -----$4.58
Clerk-Typist NM-31 (NTE 1 year) - $4,617.60
Forklift Operator MG-5 (First 40 hours) (NTE 9-25-74)1.. - $1.83
Motor Transportation Facility Manager (Assistant Superintendent
Motor Transportation Division) NM-13
(NTE 1 year) (Obligated). -- - - - $19,281.60

Bureau Lo-
or ca-
Division tion
Maintenance A
Ports A
Maintenance A
Maintenance A
Terminals A
Dredging P
Fire P
E.&C. Dir. Off. P
Maintenance P
E.&C. Dir. Off. P

Coco Solo Hos. A

Health A-P
Police A-P
Ports A
Maintenance P

Selective Serv. P

Personnel A

Maintenance A
Terminals A

Motor Trans. P

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The Balboa High School track team, under Coach
Cleve Oliver, won the Senior Division championship
of the 1974 Balboa Relays. Leroy Robinson was named
outstanding performer of the 24th running of the relays.
Nine records were set and two existing records were
tied during the 2-night event. From left are, front row:
Don Austin, David MacAfee (co-captain), David Melen-

drcz, Leroy Robinson (co-captain), Edie Lehman, Ray
Mendoza, and Mike Little. Back row: Roger Franz,
Melvin Lord, Jamie Gordon, Mike Ross, Rolando Bath-
lett, Curtis Newton, Steve Richardson, Bob Morrison,
Charles Connell, Alvin Matthias, Jeff Stahlman, and
Coach Oliver holding trophy.

Application must be submitted on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER. A separate appli-
catiro 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. I 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.
0 Subject to reclassification as Worker Trainee MG-1/NM-1. Employee presently in the
Worker Trainee Program may apply for reassignment within the program.
-"OBLIGATED POSITION-A permanent Canal Zone Government-Panama Canal Company em-
ployee selected for this position does no jeopardize his present status. His current position,
subject always to possible regrading or abolishment, is reserved for his return following
completion of his assignment with the Motor Transportation Division.

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Mdas de 59 Ailos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial

Spillway del Canal de PanamaI

Viernes 5 de Abril de 1974

Vol. XII, No. 41

Un top6grafo apunta su teodolito, para hacer las de- la Via Ricardo J. A
marcaciones que fijan el alineamiento bAisico de la carre- dades de la Urbani
tera que construye personal de la Cia. Foster Construe- de Panama. Este t
tion (Panama), para unir el area de Fuerte Clayton con de gasoline de Cur

Nombran al Cor. R. Hunt

Vicegobernador de la Zona

El Coronel Richard L. Hunt (foto
en secci6n inglesa), veteran de 24
ainos de servicio con el Cuerpo de
Ingenieros del Ej6rcito de los Esta-
dos Unidos, ha sido escogido colmo
proximo Vicegobernador de la Zona
del Canal, dice un anuncio hecho
por el Gobernador David S. Parker.
El nuevo Vicegobernador reem-
plazari al Coronel Charles I. Mc-
Cinnis, quien ha sido designado
Comandante de la 4a Brigada de
Adieslramiento de Ingenieros en

Risberg Sera'

El Director

De Ingenieria
Robert J. Risberg (foto en la sec-
ci6n inglesa), quien ingres6 en 1948
a la Dirccci6n de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n como graduado de ingenie-
ria en adiestramiento, serA el nucvo
Director de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n a partir del 14 de abril. Sus 26
anos de servicio en la cmpresa del
Canal han sido con esa Direcci6n.
Despu6s de concluir en 1950 sus
2 anos en adiestramiento, fue nom-
brado ingeniero sanitario y, 1 ailo
despu6s, fue ascendido a superin-
tendente de la Planta Potabilizadora
de Mount Hope.
Desde 1963, Risberg fungi6 como
jefe del Ramo de Acueductos y La-
boratorios y de las divisions de
Mantenimiento y Construcci6n.
Al ser ascendido ahora a jefe de
la Division de Ingenieria recinplaza
a Ernest W. Zelnick, quien se jubila
este mes.
Risberg naci6 en Thief River
Falls, Minnesota. Despuis de termi-
nar su servicio con la Armada de
los Estados Unidos durante la II
Gucrra Mundial, asisti6 a la Uni-
versidad de Notre Dame y so gra-
du6 en 1946 de ingeniero civil.
Bud, como lo conocen sus amigos,
es on entusiasta del golf. Sc identi-
fica asimismo como un golfista de
(Contintia en la pdgina 4)

Fuerte Leonard Wood, Missouri.
El Coronel McGinnis vino a la
Zona del Canal como Director de
Ingenieria v Construcci6n en julio
de 1971, procedente de St. Paul,
Minnesota, donde sirvi6 como In-
genicro de Distrito durante 2 afios.
Fue nombrado Vicegobernador en
junio de 1972. El Coronel McCinnis
y su familiar deberan partir hacia
Nueva Orleans el 13 de junio.
El Coronel Hunt ha sido Inge-
niero de Distrito en Nueva Orleans,
desde agosto de 1971. Nacido en
Oklahoma, el Coronel Hunt recibi6
su colnisi6n en el Cuerpo de Inge-
nieros del Ejmrcito en 1950, despu&s
de graduarse en la Academia Mili-
tar de los Estados Unidos, en West
Point, Nueva York.
Cono Ingeniero de Distrito en
Nueva Orleans, el Coronel Hunt
tuvo la responsabilidad por las acti-
vidades tendientes a desarrollar los
recursos aciuiticos en un rrea de
47.000 villas, que cubre casi todo
Luisiana y parts de Tejas, Arkan-
sas y Misisipi.
En febrero de este aio se le otor-
g6 la Medalla del Servicio Merito-
rio, por haber dirigido la lucha con-
tra las inundaciones, durante las
crecicntes de los rios Misisipi, Red
y Atchafalava en la primavera
El Coronel Iunt tcnia en Nueva
Orleans la responsabilidad de man-
tener los canales de 40 pies de pro-
fundidad en el Rio Misisipi desde
Baton Rouge hasta el Golfo de
MNxico, N miis de 300 millas de las
vias de poca profundidad que co-
munican las costas del Golfo de
El Coronel Hunt recibi6 su grado
de inaestria en ingenicria civil en la
Universidad de Illinois en 1955. Su
educaci6n military include tambi6n
titulos olbt(ieidols en el Colegio de
Comando y Estado Mayor, en el
Colegio de Estado Mayor de Ias
IFirzas Arnad(ss ' oen el Colegio
de (Gui'ra d(el CIEj6rcito.
Antes de ser destiiiado al D istrilo
de Nuev;a ()rleans, el Coronel Ihunt
(Contini'ic en la pdgina 4)

Progress Carretera

t. aA la Tumba Muerto

El General William B. Rosson,
Comandante del Coinando Sur,
anunci6 que el mes pasado comenz6
la construcci6n de una modern ca-
rretera que unir s la Zona del Canal
con la ciudad de Panami.
Dicho tramo de carretera irA des-
de la estaci6n de gasoline de Cu-
rundfi en la Carretera de Fuerte
Clayton hasta la Via Expresa Ri-
cardo J. Alfaro (Tumba Muerto),
cerca de la Urbanizaci6n Altos del
Chase. Dicha carretera star~ ter-
..1minada en el mes de septiembre.
X cLa construcci6n de la menciona-
Sda carretera fue solicitada por el

Los Ultimos

Jubilados Son

SSon panamieios todos los emplea-
dos que se jubilaron iltimamente
klfaro (Tumba Muerto), en las vecin- del servicio al Canal de Panami.
izaci6n Altos del Chase, en la ciudad De entire los ocho jubilados, los
ramo carretero saldra de la estaci6n De entire los echo jubilados, los
und6i. "que mlis servicio tuvieron fueron
Garfield Brown, capataz operario
de montacargas de trinche en la Di-
ZonadelCanal-AreadelPacifico vision de Ferrocarril, sector Pacifi-
co, quien acumul6 33 anos, 4 meses,
CONSUMO DE 19 dias, seguido muy de cerca por
AGUA POTABLE Calliford S. Watson, obrero en el
(Promedio de Galones de Agua al Dia) sector Athlntico de la Divisi6n de
Semana pasada ___-10.683.800 Servicios Comunales, quien labor
Semana anterior.... 11.193.400 durante 33 afios y 3 dias. DespuBs
Semana pasada de ellos, el que mais servicio tuvo
hace lanaio.. 12.073.600 fue Victorino Rodriguez, con un
total de 32 anos, 4 meses, 12 dias.
AYUDE A CONSERVAR Rodriguez era pasabarcos, en la sec-
EL AGU(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Panamenio es Nombrado

Controlador de Trafico

Rafael V. Barnett, quien comenz6
hace 8 ainos en la unidad de Control
del Trifico Maritime de la Divisi6n
de Navegaci6n como esten6grafo en
adiestramiento, ha sido ascendido a
controlador del trifico maritime. La
promoci6n lo convierte en el primer
panameno que es nombrado en esa
delicada posici6n.
Nacido en la ciudad de Col6n,
Barnett hizo su primaria y secunda-
ria en cl sector Atlintico, graduan-
dose de perito mercantil en la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Rainbow City
en 1965. Poco despu6s de graduarse
se produjo su ingreso a la compaiiia
del Canal.
Hasta aproximadamente afio y
medio despu6s de haber comenzado
a trabajar en la Divisi6n de Nave-
gaci6n, Barnett residi6 en Rainbow
City. Actualmente reside en Pedro
Sus funciones en el Centro de
Control en Balboa incluyen el con-
trol del trifico en los muelles de
Balboa, comunicarle asignaciones a
los prActicos y gestionar transport
para 6stos hasta sus barcos.
"El trabajo en el Centro de Con-
trol de Trafico Maritimo es soste-
nido e intense", comenta Barnett,
"pero es precisainmnte este volume
de trabajo lo qiie me satisface de
mi empleto, pues siempre estoy
Barnett ingreso en febrero de
1966 a la eiprcsa del (Canal common
oficiniista eln adiestraiiiiento. El 19
de(i mnizi de 1972 fie ascendido a;
a idamite de coitrolador de trTifico
miaritimo, cargo qu1 e desceipeni

hasta su ascenso, efectivo el 17 de
marzo de este afio.
El padre de dRafael, Kelvin S.
Barnett, trabaj6 por muchos aiios
con el Canal y se jubil6 reciente-
mente de la Divisi6n de Manteni-
miento. Reside con su esposa Ivy

Excelentisimo Sr. President de
Panama, Ing. Demetrio B. Lakas,
el aio pasado. El Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal, David S. Parker,
autoriz6 a la Compafiia del Canal
de Panami para que suministrara
los $440.000 necesarios para-con-
vertir el camino rudimentario C-15,
existente en la Zona del Canal, en
una carretera modern. El trabajo
de construcci6n esti siendo llevado
a cabo por Foster Construction (Pa-
nami) S.A., mientras que la Oficina
del Ingeniero de las Fuerzas del
Ej&rcito del Comando Sur act6a
como coordinadora del proyecto.
El Gobierno de Panama ha asu-
mido la responsabilidad de financial
y construir un puente sobre el Rio
Curundi v terminar la uni6n de la
carretera con el sistema vial de la
ciudad de PanamA. El gobierno pa-
namefio ha contratado a la firm
Constructora Bar6, S.A., para estas
dos porciones del proyecto, cuyos
trabajos ya han sido iniciados. Se
espera que est6n terminados al mis-
mo tiempo que el trabajo que se
Ileva a cabo en la Zona del Canal.
Esta carretera suministrarA una
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Deben Llenar

Pronto Unas

Los estudiantes que actualmente
participan en el Programa del Afio
Escolar de Ayudantes y Auxiliares
Estudiantiles deben presentar su
solicitud para poder ser considera-
dos en la selecci6n del Programa de
Avudantes Estudiantiles de 1974 de
las Escuelas Estadounidenses, que
se iniciara el 27 de mayo.
Esto es necesario debido al hecho
de que el empleo durante el afio es-
colar de avudantes y auxiliares es-
tudiantiles terminal al finalizar el
afio escolar en las escuelas estado-
unidenses. No podrin seguir dentro
del program regular de verano de
dichas escuelas.
Las colocaciones, dentro del Pro-
grama de Verano de Ayudantes Es-
tudiantiles de las Escuelas Estado-

(Continia en la pdgina 4) (Continia en la pdgina 4)

Rafael V. Barnett recibe la grata noticia de que se ha constituido en el
primer panamefio controlador de trafico maritime, de part del Jefe Con-
trolador de Trifico Maritimo, R. C. O'Neal. Barnett se gradu6 de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City en 1965, y fue empleado al afio siguiente como
oficinista esten6grafo en adiestramiento, en el Centro de Control del TrAfico
Maritime en Balboa. Fue ascendiendo progresivamente, hasta ocupar final-
mente hoy la posici6n de controlador de trAfico maritime.

Abril 5, 1974


Ivette Jules Friddman, ayudante es-
tudiantil de servicio en la Oficina de
Protocolo del Gobernador, ambicio-
na ser una exceclente professional de
la administration y visitor alguna
vez a Francia. Por ahora dedica
gran part de sus esfuerzos a estu-
diar, para obtener su titulo de li-
cenciada en Administraci6n Piblica
en la Universidad de Panamai, en
done cursa el tercer afio. Su ac-
tual trabajo, que precisamente ter-
mina hoy, es su primer experiencia
formal en un empleo, si bien ya
antes habia trabajado en practice de
oficina en una agencia maritima en
Panam:i. En la Oficina de Protoco-
lo, en done desempefia tareas ti-
picas de secretariat, ha logrado co-
nocer las diferencias entire la teoria
y la prictica, dice Ivette. Ivette re-
side con sus padres y seis hermanos
en La Chorrera. Tiene un hermano
gemelo que estudia economic en la
Universidad de Panama, y otros dos
hermanos mellizos de 11 afios. Su
padre William Jules trabaja en Co-
rozal, con el Ejercito, desde hace
varios aios. Ademnis de estudiar en
la Universidad de PanamA, Ivette
toma classes de frances en la Sala
Francesa, en Calidonia, y espera
que lo que aprenda le sea itil algu-
na vez. Ivette es aficionada a la im-
sica, principalmente a los boleros, y
a la lectura de temas femeninos.
Pero gran parte de sus ratos libres
los aprovecha para tejer articulos
para su uso personal. Entre los de-
portes Ivette prefiere el baloncesto.
Aunque no ha podido viajar lo su-
ficiente, Ie agradaria conocer algu-
nos paises. Hace algun tiempo visit
Costa Rica, de donde es su madre,
y logr6 conocer algimos de sus pun-
tos de interns. Dice que aspira a
regresar para conocer algunos luga-
res interesantes que no pudo visitar
en ocasi6n anterior.


Abril 5-7-Regata Anual de Cayu-
cos por el Canal de PanamA,
event que constitute una atrac-
ci6n entire los aficionados a las
carreras acuaticas. La regata co-
inienza en Crist6bal, en el lado
Atlhntico del Canal, y termnina en
la Estaci6n Naval de Rodman. Es
patrocinada por el Consejo de la
Zona del Canal de los Explora-
dores de America.
Abril 6-Clisico Anual de Nataci6n
de Pascua Florida, a efectuarse
este afio en la Piscina de Coco
Solo. El traditional event, en el
que se disputan los mAximos ho-
nores, estudiantes de las escuelas
de la Zona del Canal, comenzar
a las 9 a.m.
Abril 12-Viernes Santo. El dia mis
sagrado de la cristiandad. En Pa-
namt es dia de Duelo Nacional.
Abril 12, 13 y 14-XII Convenci6n
Centroamericana, Panama: y el
Caribe de la organizaci6n inter-
nacional Alcoh6licos An6nimos.
Abril 14-Domingo de Pascua: Fies-
ta de la Resurrecci6n del Sefor,
que la Iglesia Catolica celebra
con todo fervor el domingo in-
mediato al plenilunio. Este cs el
uiltimo dia de la Scmana Santa.
En Panama se observa con espe-
cial fervor religioso en la Provin-
cia de IHerrera, al igual que en la
Provincia de Los Santos.

en la Noticia

)esde el 5 hasta el 11 de Abril de 1974

Sabado-Hellfighters y The Sea Pirate (G)
Domingo-The Good And The Bad y Legend
Of Nigger Charley (PG)
Lunimes--American Graffiti (PG)
Mi-rcoles-Celebration At Big Sur (PG)
Jueves-The Burglars (SIT) y The Executioner
(110 min) (PG)
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes, 10:00-Under The Yum Yum Tree
(SIT) (G)
Sabado Son Of Captain Blood y Shenandoah
Domingo-Deaf Smith And Johnny Ears (PG)

Lunes-Rio Conchos (G)
Martes-Up The Junction (G) y Uptight (PG)
Miarcoles (Preestreno)-Coffy (R)
lueves Napoleon And Samantha (SIT) (G)

GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general.
Se permitirI la entrada de personas de
todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Guia
de los Padres, pues part de la pelicula
no sera apta para niios. (R) Restringida.
Los jdvenes de menos de 17 aios no seran
admitidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompa-
nados de uno de los padres o por su guar-
dian legal. (X) No se admitira menores de
17 anos. (SIT) Pelicula con titulos en

am .X�i % Z , En colorens. Su/eto, a canlmbios sin previo aviso.

SABADO 5:00-Aguilas del Espacio 10O00--Ultimas Noticias
10:30-De Mujer A Mujer 5:30-Frankestein, Jr. 10:30-Ultima Tanda
S. . - - . -. Rnn_-Hermanno Cnraip * 1 !00-El Astuto

Una Interesante Exposicion

Tuvo Centro
Una interesante exposici6n de
trabajos manuales y de reposteria,
present el Centro Multifuncional
de Paraiso-Pedro Miguel, el pasado
25 de marzo, durante la cual se ex-
hibieron articulos producidos de
los alumnos del centro en los reci6n
finalizados cursos de verano.
La exposici6n, que estuvo muy
concurrida, tuvo lugar en la Sala de
Adiestramiento de la Oficina de
Servicio Social en Pedro Miguel.
Entre los trabajos presentados
por las alumnas de modisteria figu-
raron conjuntos de vestido pantal6n,
delantales, manteles, cojines y una
canastilla para beb6. Los partici-
pantes en las classes de reposteria
exhibieron atractivos pasteles de
matrimonio, primera graduaci6n y
de 15 anios. Por su parte, la clase
de cocina exhibi6 diversas classes de
pan, ensaladas, tamales y otros pla-
tillos, muy bien presentados.
La exposici6n constituy6 un fiel
reflejo de los positives esfuerzos
realizados por los Profesores Ange-
la de Ince, Maurice Brathwaite y
Louise Grant, por lograr una 6pti-
mia preparaci6n de los 27 estudian-
tes que tomaron el curso.
El Centro Multifuncional de Pa-
raiso-Pedro Miguel ofrece tambin
cursos acad6micos vocacionales, ta-
les como gimnasia, ballet, mecano-
grafia y espafiol. Es dirigido por la
Sra. Pearl de Winter, quien es asis-
tida en sus areas por la Srta.
Thelma Smith.

Spillway del Canal de Panama

de la Zona del Canal

C0ii (OLs I. MICaNNIs

de Informacidn

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 solicited expresa. El material que se desee publicar en
el SPII.I.WAV deber'i star iin la Oficina de Prensa del Canal de PanamAf
a mii's tardar el lines a las 4 p.m. de la semana de publicaci6n. Solamente
el material urgent puede ser recibido y procesado para scr usado la misma
semana a m:is tardar el martes al mediodia. Distribuci6n gratis a todos
los Cempleados del Canal de Panamia. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
$2.60 al anio. Por Correo Aire o $10 a! ailo. Los cheques deben hacerse
pagaderos a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

en P. Miguel
El centro cuenta con dos unida-
des, una en Pedro Miguel y otra en
Paraiso, atendidas cada una por una
trabajadora social. Una junta de
directors, en la que estAn represen-
tadas diversas entidades civicas de
Paraiso y Pedro Miguel.
La junta directive recientemente
reelecta la integran: Seabert Hay-
nes, president; Samuel Blenman,
vicepresidente; Thelma Smith, se-
cretaria, v el CapitAn Franklin
Older, tesorero.
Durante una ceremonia que tuvo
lugar tambien en el Sal6n de Adies-
tramiento, Webster Marshall de la
Junta de Directores del Centro,
hizo entrega de respectivos certifi-
cados de asistencia a cada uno de
los participants en los cursos.
Las actividades en el centro se
desarrollan de 5 a 9 p.m., de lunes
a viernes. Las personas interesadas
pueden obtener mayor informaci6n
Ilanmando al telefono 52-4102.

Reproducen Foto

Del Spillway
La publicaci6n National Safety
News track en su edici6n correspon-
diente al mes de enero, una foto del
concurso de salvavidas auspiciado
en la Zona del Canal por la Divi-
si6n de Escuelas, entire los salvavi-
das de sus piscinas. La foto habia
sido publicada en la edici6n dcl
SPILLWAY correspondiente al 16 de
noviembre de 1973.
La publicacien es del Consejo de
Seguridad Nacional, con sede en
Chicago, Illinois.
La foto reproducida present al
ganador del concurso, Dario de
Souza, en compailia de David A.
Speir, Superintendente de Escuelas;
la Sra. de Maxine Logan, ayudante
administrative, del Capitulo de la
Cruz Ioja Americana en la Zona
del Canal; el Dr. Richard Cheville,
midiico escolar; Beverly Furman,
de la piscina de Curundfi; el gana-
dor del segundo lugar en el con-
curso, Mark IIaddaeus, \ various
instructors de seguridad \v partici-
pantes en Ia competencia.

-Cocina foster
-Lancelot Link
-Tras la Noticia
-La Polla Hipica y
-La Cuerda Floja
-Teveds Informa
-El Fsoecial I

6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Somhras Tenehrosas
8:30-Las Calles de S. F'co
9:30-El Aventurero
10:00--Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda


Festival de Loopy
Tras la Noticia
El Show de la Una-
-Plaza Sesamo

8:30-El Edificio de MARTES 0- hios de Espaci
Enfrente* 12:00-Festival de Loopy 5:30--E Pijaro Loco
9:30-Sexto Sentido 12:30-Tras la Noticia 6:00-Hermanos Coraje *
10:30-Alta Temperatura 1:00-EI Show de la Una 6:30-Teved6s Informa
ll:00-Profundidad 05 2:00Sheena 7:30-Somhras Tenehrosas
2:30-Plaza Sesamo 8:30-Cilne Misterio �
DOMINGO 4:30-Pantera Rosa 9:00-Los Atrevidos
9:30-La Santa isa 5:00--Bat Fink 10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:0-Loda pra Patria 5:30-Chazzin y el Mago 10:30-Ultima Tanda
12:00--Tod pr la Patlegria 6:00--Hermanos Coraje * I1.00 Johnny Midnight
12:30-Ttes del Rg 6:30--Teveds Informa 11:30-Profundidad 05
12:30-El Titantos del Ring 7:30--Sombras Tenebrosas
:30-- r S in tno 8:30--Cine Favorite VIERNES
:30 e o tal10:00-Ultimas Noticias 12:00-Festival de Loopy
30 go Mortal 10:30 Ultima Tanda i2.30-Tras la Noticia
4:30-Eniga Il:00-Alta Temperatura o 00-El Shew de la Una
6:30- nte enda ll:30--Dick Van Dyke 2:00-Sheena
6:30--Gente Menuda 2:30-Plaza S6samo
2:30-Plaza Sisame
7:00-Papi Coraz6n MIERCOLES 4:30-Monstruos A Go-Go
8:00--EI Show de Julie
Andrews 12:00-Suerte y Alegria 5:00-Defensores
Anper Estreno 12:30-Tras la Noticia Interplanetarios
9:00- or Est1:00-EI Show de la Una 5:30-Los Peligros de
1 -Combate2:00-Sheena Pendlope
2:30-Plaza Sesamo 6:00-Hermanos Coraje *
LUNES 4:30--Fhrica de Sonrisas 6:30-Teved6s Informa
12:00-Festival de Loopy 5:00-Aventuras de Gulliver 7:30-Somhras Tenehrosas
12:30-Tras la Noticia 5:30-Fantasmas del Espacio 8:30-Los Novatos
1:00-El Show de la Una 6:00-Hermanos Coraje * 9:30--Galeria Nocturna
2:00-Sheena 6:30-Teved6s Informa 10:00-Ultimas Noticias
2:30-Plaza Sesamo 7:30-Sombras Tenebrosas 10:30-Ultima Tanda
4:30-Super Rat6n 9:30-Los Protectores" 11:00-Telecine

4c~U% ]L i(L(*1 Ii� n rolo.res. Siieto a cambios sin previo aviso.

10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:30-Los 3 Chiflados
12:00-Misterio a la Orden
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
1:30-Sihados con Martinez
4:00-La Ley del Rev6lver
5:00-Jim West
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00 Misin Viena
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00--Marcus Welhy
10:00-Cine Colosal

8:30-Festival de Cartones
9:15-La Santa Misa
!000-Todlo por la Patria
12:00-Salvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Sonata Sagrada y
Musical Espectacular*
1.30- Dcmingo Deportivo
5-30 Super Comedia
8:00-El FBI en Acci6n
9:00-Hawaii 5-0 �
10:00-Cine Colosal *

11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-Los 3 Chiflados
11:45--El Fiscal
12:15-Variedades del Lunes
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-.Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
3:30 -Recuerde Usted
5:00-Ultra "Q"
5:30-Social Femenino*

-Telenoticias RPC
-El Primer Amor *
-La Loba
-Cuestion de Minutes
Cine Colosal y
Catedral de Vida

10:45-Programa Educative
11:15-Los 3 Chiflados
11:45 El Fiscal
12:15-El Tornillo
1:00-Informative del Mediodia
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
3:30--Recuerde Usted
5:00-Ultra "Q"
5:30-Social Femenino *
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Juicio�
8:00-El Primer Amor *
9:00-La Loha
10-00 -Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

-Los 3 Chiflados
El Fiscal
--Sorteo del Miercolito
- Candilejas
Informative del Mediodia
Muchacha Italiana
Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
-Recuerde Usted
Ultra "Q"
-Social Femenino *
Telenoticias RPC
El PrImer Amor

9:00-La Loha
10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15- -Cine Colosal y
Catedral de Vida

-Programa Educative
-Los 3 Chiflados
-El Fiscal
-La Criada Bien Criada
-Informativo del Mediodia
-Muchacha Italiana
-Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
Recuerde Usted
-Ultra "1"
-Social Femenino *
-Telenoticias RPC
Las Pulgaso
El Pr,mer Amor *
-La Loha
Question de Minutos
-Cine Colosal
Festival de Cartones
-Los 3 Chiflados
El Fiscal
La Media Ochoa
-nformative del Mediodia
Muchacha Italiana
Cuando Se Quiere
Ser Feliz
Recuerde Usted
Ultra "G"
Social Femenino *
Telenoticias RPC
El Primer Amer *
La Loha
Cuestion de Minutos
Cine Colosal y
Catedral de Vida

Palgina 2

Abril 5, 1974

PAgina 3


Guia del Canal se Gradu6

En Universidad de Panama

4F A.
r" ,', . ,

El Director de Informaci6n del Canal, Frank A. Baldwin, felicita al guia
Martin Jamieson, luego de que este obtuviera su titulo de licenciado en
filosofia, letras y educaci6n, con especializaci6n en espafiol, en la pasada
graduaci6n de la Universidad de Panama. Jamieson labor como guia
int6rprete del Canal, desde el mes de junior de 1973.

Auspicia Club de Diablo

Un Concurso Fotografico

El Club de Fotografia de Diablo
(Diablo Camera Club) ha anunciado
un gran concurso fotografico en el
cual pueden participar residents de
todo el Istmo, que permanecerti
abierto hasta el martes 30 de abril.
Se han fijado premios para los
mejores trabajos en peliculas de 8,
16 o super 8 mm.; transparencies,
tanto de 35 mm. como de 2'i por 23.i,
y de fotografias en blanco y negro.
Estas deberAn ser de un minimo de
4 por 5 pulgadas hasta de 16 por
20, y star debidamente montadas.
Las peliculas que se presented a
concurso deberan tener una dura-
ci6n maxima de 15 minutes.
Con el prop6sito de adiestrar de-
bidamente a los posibles concur-
santes y demas personas interesadas,
en la correct forma de hacer los
nontajes, el Club de Diablo ofreci6
ayer por la noche una charla en el
Edificio de Adiestramiento de la
empresa del Canal.
Los formularios para participar

Hay Exposicion

De Artesania y

En el Gimnasio de Rainbow City
y on el cobertizo de juegos de Pa-
raiso-Pedro Miguel, so efectuarin
ho\ v mafiana respectivas exhibicio-
nes de articulos confeccionados por
los ninios de escuela primaria du-
rante cursos ofrecidos por la Junta
de Recreaci6n de Verano.
En Santa Cruz, la exposici6n fue
a\ cr 4 de abril, en el Club 77 Sunset
En Santa Cruz ha estado a cargo
del grupo la Sra. Alice de Cox; on
Hainbow City, la Sra. Velta de
Lowe; en Paraiso, la Sra. Viola do
West y en Pedro Miguel, la Sra.
Merlina de Worell. La president
de la junta y coordinadora del pro-
grama es la Sra. Leonora de Prince,
dc Paraiso.
Los articulos que se exhibieron
fieron hechos por los jovencitos que
tolman part en el program, baljo
la gila de un grupo de instructors
La Ilavoria de los articulos son
dc crstura, tcjido, plisticos, moldes,
tIrilljos en madera y una gran
variedad de mnanualidades.

en el concurso pueden ser obteni-
dos con cualquiera de los miembros
del Club y en la Secci6n de Ventas
de Utiles FotogrAficos en Curundii.
Sc ha fijado en 50 centavos la
tarifa para powder concursar, y no
liay limited para el nuimero de par-
Los interesados pueden inscribir-
se llenando el formulario respective
y remitidndolo, junto al valor de
inscripci6n, a la siguiente direcci6n:
Diablo Camera Club, Box 2424,
Balboa, C.Z., a mis tardar hasta el
30 de abril. Tambi6n pueden lIe-
varlos personalmente a las reunio-
nes que celebra el Club los prime-
ros \ terceros jueves de cada mes.
La agrupaci6n celebra sus reunio-
nes en el Centro de Adiestramiento
del Canal en el sector Pacifico, Edi-
ficio 0620, desde las 7:30 p.m.

En reciente graduaci6n de la Fa-
cultad de Iumnanidades de la Uni-
versidad de Panama, recibi6 su ti-
tulo de licenciado en Filosofia, Le-
tras y Educacion, con especializa-
ci(n on espafiol, Martin Jamieson,
quien cs guia int6rprete del Canal.
Craduado de bachiller en cien-
cias y letras en el Instituto Nacional
de Panami en 1970, Jamieson puso
enseguida manos a la obra para lo-
grar su titulo que lo acredita como
professor de espaniol, en poco mAs
de 3 anos. Se inici6 con la emnpresa
del Canal en junio de 1973.
Jamieson, quien es apasionado
por conocer sobre las costumbres,
historic, geografia y todo lo que
tenga que ver con PanamA, hizo
su t6sis de grado sobre el tema "El
Espaiiol vulgar capitalino de Pana-
mA-Un Estudio de Fonitica Des-
La tesis, que fue calificada por
uno de los profesores de la Univer-
sidad como "realmente extraordina-
ria", consist en un studio cienti-
fico de la pronunciaci6n del espafiol
en la ciudad de PanamA entire la
gente de poca cultural.
Jamieson disfruta de su trabajo
con el Canal, y su mayor satisfac-
ci6n es lograr que sus explicaciones
sobre la via acuAtica scan debida-
nentc entendidas. "No permit que
nadie sc vaya sin haber entendido
antes el funcionamiento del Canal",
Dice que es conmln encontrar
gente con ideas equivocadas sobre
el Canal. "Una de las creencias mAs
generalizadas es la de que los dos
oc6anos unidos por el Canal se ha-
Ilan a distinto nivel". Esa creencia,
explica, data desde el siglo XVII y
muchas personas se sorprenden al
explicarles que ambos mares estan
a un mismo nivel, afiade a continua-
Su empleo con el Canal es el ini-
co trabajo que ha desempefiado
hasta alora. Se inici6 el domingo
24 de junior de 1973.
Refiribndose a sus inquietudes li-
terarias, seiiala que estA empeiiado
en estudiar todo cuanto se refiera a
Panama, para llegar a elaborar una
teoria propia sobre "el ser pana-
menio". Tambi6n le gusta la poesia,
genero del que prefiere principal-
mente los autores contemporaneos,
incluyendo a various panamefios.

La Sra. Georgina de Young, Directora dcl Centro de
Servicio Social para las Comunidades Latinoamcrica-
nas, unidad de la I)ireccion de Personal, examine satis-
fecha various de los articulos producidos por estudiantes
de los curses de modisteria, artes manuals y reposteria

Advierte que no absorb la lec-
tura con fines didlicticos, sino que
la consider comno un medio para
encontrar una concepcion propia del
Atribuye a varies de los libros
haber influido en su concepci6n filo-
s6fica de las cosas. Entre los libros
que mais le han impresionado al
respect cita "La Virtud del Egois-
mo", de Ayn Rand y "Para el Nuevo
Intellectual , de la misma autora.
Jamieson gusta de presenciar jue-
gos de baloncesto y suele distraer
parte del tiempo en el cine o en ter-
tulias con amigos sobre temas de
actualidad. Piensa viajar por todo
PanamA, incluyendo Bocas del Toro,
San Blas y el Dari6n que todavia no
conoce. "Tambin me interest co-
nocer otros paises, pero debo co-
menzar por PanamA", sefiala.
Martin, quien reside con su ma-
dre y dos hermanos en su casa
propia en Juan Diaz, piensa ahora
en su pr6xima meta acad6mica. Am-
biciona doctorarse en lingiiistica y
ensefiar algfln dia en la universidad
a otros j6venes. Termina diciendo:
"es la mejor forma de proyectarse
en la sociedad, y de ayudar a la

Comenzara 16

Liga de Basket

Para Mayores
El Funcionario de Servicios Es-
peciales del Canal de PanamA
C. Herbert Raybourn estA organi-
zando nuevamente la Liga de Ba-
La liga se iniciarA el 16 de abril
y continuara hasta finales de mayo.
Se jugara de lunes a jueves, a partir
de las 4:45 p.m.
Los empleados que est6n intere-
sados en participar en esta popular
liga, conocida en PanamA como
Liga de Baloncesto para Pipones,
pueden presenter sus nombres, nil-
iero de identificaci6n y lugar de
empleo, por correo, enviandolo a la
Oficina de Servicios Especiales,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z. Los
equipos seran escogidos el 12 de
abril. S61o tienen 1 semana los que
esten interesados en participar.

dictados en el Centro Mlultifuncional de Paraiso-Pedro
Miguel. A su derecha apareccn el Reverendo Waldabah
Stewart, de la Iglesia Evangdlica Unida y las instruc-
toras Angela de Ince v Pearl de Winter, del Centro
Multifuncional de Paraiso-Pedro Miguel.

Frederick Paul

Viejo Empleado

Esta Visitando

A Panama
Frederick Paul, empleado de la
Comisi6n del Canal Istmico duran-
te la construction del Canal de Pa-
namin y durante 2 afios mAs, despu6s
de la apertura de la via interoceani-
ca al comercio mundial, qued6
asombrado de tres cosas al visitar
a PanamA despues de 4 afios:. el
asombroso crecimiento de la ciudad,
el gran niumero de bancos que han
abierto y el saber que la lepra tiene
Recordando los dias de su nifiez,
en la vieja poblaci6n de Culebra,
donde naci6 en 1898 y despues, los
afios que permaneci6 en el Istmo,
hasta 1916, cuando se fue a residir
a los Estados Unidos, dice que en
aquellos tiempos, la policia iba a
buscar a sus casas a los leprosos y
los levaban a un lugar de aislamien-
to Ilamado Palo Seco. Queda asom-
brado al saber que Palo Seco es un
hospital que serA cerrado dentro de
alg6n tiempo, puesto que ya la te-
rrible enfermedad tiene cura y los
enfermos son tratados como pacien-
tes ambulatorios.
Paul recuerda a la pequefia ciu-
dad que era Pananm en aquellos
tiempos. Dice que muchas veces
jug6 beisbol con miembros de la
familiar Duque, propietaria de La
Estrella de PanamA y en aquel tiem-
po de la Loteria de Panama.
Paul obtuvo su primer trabajo
con el Canal en 1911, a los 13 afios,
como sefialero de los trenes de car-
ga que salian del Corte Culebra,
como se llamaba entonces al Corte
Gaillard. Recuerda cuando muri6
su padre, atropellado por un tren
en el fondo del Corte, en 1905.
Actualmente jubilado, dice con
orgullo que trabaj6 durante 22 afios
seguidos con la compafiia naviera
Moore McCormack. "Trabaj6 du-
rante esos afios en el mismo buque,
cl Moore AMcSaga", dice y agrega,
"pero nunca transitamos el Canal,
porque viajibamos al Lejano Orien-
to por el Cabo de Buena Esperanza".
Paul reside en el Bronx, barrio de
Nueva York v ha venido a Panama
anteriormente en dos ocasiones, en
1967 y en 1970.

El Martes 16

Habra Reuni6n

De Senda Unida
La reunion annual que, tradicio-
nalmente celebran los intt'grantes
del organism Ilamado Scncda Unida
de la Zona dcl Canal. Inc.. so cele-
bran'i el mnartes, 16i dt ain'ri a par-
tir de las 2 p.m., nI1 cl Sahln de
RCIuniones dcl t.ohlinador dc la
Zoia del CIanal, cn c Edilicio de
A.\lilinisrnaci. d, l ian1al ( de Pana-
111a.. en lalblloaH iglhts
Istai rlluion tulendra coimo fin
principal ieci ic el inlforme annual
Cd Ia rntiduld v elcgir los nucvos
lidcicomilsaios (11qu cstarAn a cargo
dc la camipaiiai de cste afio.
Tod'l s las personas que han dado
slt cmtrilhucin ;a Senda Unilda son
mnicinbros v sc les invita cordial-
mInte a asistir a la reunion.

00 ;T


Abril 5, 1974

Richard K. Erbe, Direc-
tor de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales (izquier-
da), entrega el Premio
por Seguridad a Cecil D.
Gooding, ayudante del
Gerente del Almac6n de
Ventas al Detal de Rain-
bow City, a que se hizo
merecedora esa unidad
por haber cumplido 10
afios seguidos de opera-
ciones sin que ninguno
de sus empleados sufrie-
ra accident causante
de incapacidad. Obser-
van el acto Jorge De
Silva (al lado de Erbe
con corbata), president
del Comit6 de Seguri-
dad, y otros empleados
del Almac6n.

Habra Concierto Gran Numero de Rotarios

De Semana Santa Visit6 el Canal de Panama

Este Domingo
El Coro Polif6nico de PanamA y
el Quinteto Erica Woodwind pre-
sentarAn un concicrto de muisica de
Semana Santa y de Pascuas en la
Catedral de San Lucas, Anc6n, este
domingo 7 de abril a partir de las
8 p.m.
La Cantata 140 de Bach sera la
principal interpretaci6n que ofrece-
rl el Coro Polif6nico en esta pre-
sentaci6n. La cantarAn los solistas
Elizabeth Leigh, Carol Webster y
Arnold Walters, acompafiados por
Padraino VAsquez, al violin; el
oboista Efrain Castro y Joyce Mor-
row, al 6rgano.
El Quinteto Erica include a Ana
Granadino, tocando el cuerno fran-
c&s; Carmen Granadino, flautista;
Efrain Castro, oboista; Rafael Gar-
cia, al clarinet, y Paul Ruff y Jose
In6s Ambulo, tocando el bajo.
El p�iblico estA invitado a asistir
a esta presentaci6n.

Unos 600 Rotarios y sus esposas,
procedentes de siete paises, cono-
cieron el Canal de Panama y nu-
merosos sitios de interns en la Zona
del Canal durante la semana pasada.
La gira fue organizada por la
Oficina de Informaci6n del Canal
de PanamA, que destac6 seis inte-
grantes del Servicio de Guias para
que atendieran a los Rotarios visi-
tantes, muchos de los cuales venian
a Panama por primera vez.
Doce autobuses trajeron a los
Rotarios y a sus esposas a la Zona
del Canal, donde fueron divididos
en tres grupos diferentes, que eran
atendidos por dos guias cada uno.
Un grupo fue primero a las Es-
clusas de Miraflores, mientras que
otra parte de la delegaci6n fue di-
rectamente al desembarcadero de
Pedro Miguel, donde abord6 la lan-
cha Las Cruces y se efectu6 un tran-
sito parcial por el Canal. Mientras
tanto, el tercer grupo, fue llevado

en autob6s en gira por los Jardines
Summit, Balboa Heights y otros
puntos de interns en la Zona del
Canal. Los tres grupos fueron rota-
dos de manera que todos fueron a
las esclusas, hicieron el trinsito par-
cial y efectuaron la gira en autob6s.
Los clubs anfitriones fueron el
Club Rotario de PanamA, el Club
Rotario PanamA Sur y el Club Rota-
rio Panama Oeste. Los presidents
de estos clubes son: Luis H. More-
no, Jr., Manuel Cabarcos y Frank
L. Ostrander, respectivamente. Jo-
seph Harrington, del Club Rotario
de PanamA es el Gobernador del
Distrito Rotario 424.

Nombran al Corl ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
sirvi6 como Oficial de Relaciones
P6blicas en la Oficina del Jefe de
Ingenieros en Washington, D.C. Ha
servido en la Estaci6n Experimen-
tal de Vias Acuaiticas del Cuerpo de
Ingenieros, en Vicksburg, Misisipi;
en Fuerte Leonard Wood y en el
Distrito de Tulsa. Su servicio en
ultramar lo llev6 a Europa, Corea
y Tailandia.
Es ingeniero professional registra-
do en el Estado de Oklahoma y
miembro de la Sociedad Americana
de Ingenieros Militares y de la So-
ciedad Americana de Ingenieros
El Coronel Hunt y su esposa, Sra.
Marylin E. Rutter de Hunt, tienen
tres hijos: Sheryl L., Richard S. y
Susan E.

Los Ultimos . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
ci6n del Pacifico de la Divisi6n de
Puertos del Canal de Panama.
Un dato curioso es que la Pro-
vincia de Col6n estuvo representada
por tires de los jubilados; dos na-
cieron en la ciudad de Panam;i; uno
en la ciudad de Ant6n, Provincia de
CoclI; uno en la ciudad de Las
Tablas, Provincia de Los Santos y
el otro en la ciudad de Bocas del
Toro, provincia del mismo nombre.
Los demis jubilados, las posicio-
nes que ocupaban, la division a que
pertenecian y su tiempo de servicio
son como sigue:
Emmanuel A. Barton, auxiliar de
enfermeria (psiquiatria), Divisi6n
de Salubridad Mental, sector Pa-
cifico: 22 aios, 19 dias.
Alvin A. Boles G., opcrario de mon-
tacargas (control de desperdicios),
Division de Dragado, sector Pa-
cifico: 18 afios, 3 dias.
Victorino Espino, obrero (trabajos
pesados-control de plagas) 13
afios, 7 meses, 7 dias.
Sra. Edna S. de Hall, oficinista de
abastos, Divisidn de Abastos, sec-
tor Athintico; 18 afios, 18 dias.
Nicolis Santamaria, obrero, Divi-
si6n de Servicios Comunales, sec-
tor Atlintico: 12 afios, 15 dias.

El Contralmirante Richard G.
Hutcheson, Jr., Capellan de la Flota
de los EE. UU. en el Atlintico, Nor-
folk, Virginia, serA el orador duran-
te los servicios religiosos de la auro-
ra del dia de Pascua de Resurrec-
ci6n, que se iniciarAn a las 6 a.m.
en el Estadio de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Balboa el domingo 14 de
Clarence Payne, Asesor del Go-
bernador en Asuntos Juveniles, sera
el orador en los servicios religiosos
que tendran lugar simultaneamente
en el Estadio de la Secundaria de
El Contralmirante Hutcheson es
egresado de la Universidad Emory
and Henry y despuds en la Escuela
de Teologia de la Universidad de
Yale. Obtuvo su maestria de Teo-
logia en el Seminario Teol6gico
Uni6n, Nueva York, y el doctorado

Deben Llenar . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
unidenses, se hacen an6nimamente
de acuerdo con los miritos. El pro-
grama estA limitado a estudiantes
de tiempo complete en universida-
des locales o de Estados Unidos o
a estudiantes que se graduaran de
escuela secundaria al final del afio
escolar 1973-74.
Los formularios de solicitud se
pueden conseguir en las oficinas de
Anc6n o de Crist6bal de la Direc-
ci6n de Personal; en las Escuelas
Secundarias de Balboa o de Cris-
t6bal y en la Oficina del Rector de
la Universidad de la Zona del Canal.
El 15 de abril es la fecha final
para el recibo de dichas solicitudes.

en filosofia con especializaci6n en
Educaci6n en la Universidad Ame-
ricana, Washington, D.C.
El Asesor en Asuntos Juveniles,
Payne, es el principal asesor del
Gobernador en aspects relatives al
bienestar de la juventud en la Zona
del Canal.
El Coro de la Secundaria de Bal-
boa y la Banda de M6sica 79 del
Ejercito, amenizarin los oficios del
Pacifico, en tanto que el Coro y la
Banda de la Secundaria de Crist6-
bal lo harin en el AdAntico.

Panameno es . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
May de Barnett en la Urbanizaci6n
Cerro Viento.
Rafael Barnett tione dos herma-
nas, Sonia y Constancia, que traba-
jan en el Hospital Gorgas, y un her-
mano, Cecilio, que se encuentra
estudiando en los Estados Unidos.
Hace 4 afios recibio el Premio por
Desempeiio Superior en el Trabajo.
Sus pasatiempos incluyen el bo-
liche, la nataci6n, la lectura y escu-
char milsica, principalmente el
jazz. Como bolichero frecuentaba
hasta hace poco a Bolerama en la
ciudad de Panama, en donde par-
ticip6 en una ocasi6n en la Liga
Chino-Panamefia para novatos, y
logr6 ocupar una de las primeras
posiciones por series mas alta.
Barnett piensa ahorrar e invertir
en alguna actividad que le dc nue-
vos ingresos. Mientras tanto conti-
nia dedicandose, con su habitual
consagraci6n, a sus funciones en el
Centro de Control de TrAfico Mari-
timo en Balboa.

Progress Carretera.
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
inportante arteria de trinsito para
los panamefios que viven en la ciu-
dad y trabajan en la Zona del Canal.
Servira para disminuir la congestion
del trafico que entra y sale de ]a
Zona del Canal especialmente en
las horas de mayor actividad. Tam-
bion proporcionard un acceso a la
ciudad de PanamA para las personas
que viven en la Zona del Canal y
acortara la duraci6n del viaje al
Aeropuerto Internacional de Tocu-
La obra consistiral de una ca-
rretera de dos vias, de 22 pies de
ancho, con hombros de 6 pies de
ancho a cada lado. Esta disefiada
para el trafico de vehiculos a velo-
cidades de hasta 40 millas por hora.
Actualmente, se anticipa que la ca-
rretera estara abierta durante las
horas que se consideran de mayor
trAfico para los que viajan de una
a otra Area.
La carretera fue disefiada por el
Distrito de Mobile, del Cuerpo de
Ingenieros, en Mobile, Alabama.

Anuncian Horarios

De Establecimientos

En la Semana Santa
El Cerente General de la Divi-
si6n de Abastos, Raymond P. La-
verty, ha anunciado el horario que
regira el pr6ximo 12 de abril, Vier-
nes Santo, para los establecimientos
de expendio de la Zona del Canal.
Las Secciones de Conveniencia y
de Miquinas Automaticas de Ven-
tas de Gamboa, Paraiso y Rainbow
City abririn de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.
El Supermercado de Balboa y el
Mercadito de Margarita atenderin
al p6blico de acuerdo a sus horarios
acostumbrados, de 9 a.m. a 9 p.m.
\ de 8 a.m. a 10 p.m., respectiva-
Las Cafeterias de Diablo Heights
y de Margarita laboraran en su ho-
rario normal las 24 horas del dia, y
el Restaurant Drive-Inn lo harAi de
conformidad al horario de dias de
fiesta, entire 11 a.m. y 10:30 p.m.
Las estaciones de expendio de ga-
solina abriran en su horario limi-
tado de dias de fiesta, mientras que
las canchas de bolos abririn en su
horario de los domingos y los tea-
tros segln su programaci6n regular
anunciada previamente.
Todos los almacenes de venta al
detal y centros de servicio perma-
neceran cerrados el Viernes Santo.
Los gerentes de unidades colo-
carnn letreros alusivos a sus respec-
tivos horarios en esa festividad

Risbers Ser ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
fines de semana y afirma que, a ex-
cepci6n suya, todos los miembros
de su familiar son excelentes golfis-
tas. Su hijo Gerry obtuvo una beca
de 4 afios de studios en la Univer-
sidad Middle Tennessee.
Risberg, ingeniero professional en
la Zona del Canal y en el Estado
de Illinois, reside con tries de sus
cuatro hijos en Balboa Heights y
fue president de la Sociedad Ame-
ricana de Ingenieros Civiles, Sec-
ci6n de PanamA y tambi6n presi-
dente y director de la Sociedad de
Ingenieros Profesionales de la Zona
del Canal.


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Mantenimiento P 1
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Mantenimiento A
Mantenimiento A

Terminales A

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someterse una solicitud separada para cada categoria de empleo. Si hace solicitud para mas
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras
negritas. Los salaries indicados seran aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del
diferencial apropiado 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 Utilizaci6n de Empleados, telefonos 52-7996, 52-7501,
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actual, la cual esta siempre sujeta a reevaluacion o abolici6n sera reservada hasta su regreso
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Hutcheson y Payne Seran

Oradores el Dia de Pascua