The Panama Canal spillway =

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


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

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The Panama

Canal Spillway

Vol. XIII, No. 24

Friday, December 6, 1974

Firemen Are Guardians

Of C.Z. Life, Property

Annual reports are notoriously
dull reading. Not so, the "Annual
Report for the Fire Division for
Fiscal Year 1974."
In cold, tabulated statistics, it
reveals a dramatic story that makes
one wonder if anywhere else a
smaller group of men is doing a
bigger job than the officers and
men of the Panama Canal organi-
zation's Fire Division.
In FY 74, 148 men responded to
1,603 calls to the 10 fire stations
spread across the Isthmus.
Most were fire alarms. The
causes of the 844 fires the men ex-
tinguished are a second revelation:
205 from discarded cigarettes and
matches, 64 from unattended
stoves, 13 from incendiarism, 2
from smokingin bed, and a fright-
ening 51 from children playing
with matches.
Immediate professional response
of the highly trained and motivated
Fire Division personnel succeeded
in preventing the loss of a single
life from fire. Fire loss to property
valued at $30,347,150 actually
amounted to only $134,595.
The Fire Department keeps
watch over the Canal Zone com-
munity in many ways far removed
from firefighting. During the year,
they answered 610 other emer-
gency calls that took them to the
aid of victims of heart, diabetic
and epileptic attacks, convulsions,
injuries, attempted suicides, and
even a woman in childbirth.
And they also expended at least
300 manhours on 149 false alarms.
Chief K. T. Daly and a district
fire commander on each side of the
Isthmus are charged with the re-
sponsibility of fire protection and
firefighting in Canal Zone commu-
nities, including military areas, ships
and floating equipment in Canal
waters, brush, ammunition and
chemical storage areas and much
Fighting more than two fires a
day while responding to every
known emergency would seem a
full-time job for any 148 men. But
they do more. The Fire Division
personnel engaged in a fire preven-
tion program of 370 demonstrations,
lectures, film showings and displays
for employees, students and the
An even more intensive program
during Fire Prevention Week in-
cluded a poster and essay contest
that earned the winning Canal Zone
school students honorary fire mar-
shal certificates.
The sheer weight of numbers in
the annual report overwhelms those
unfamiliar with the division's activi-
ties. It conducted 4,052 fire inspec-
tions of Company-Government facil-
ities, 4,989 fire inspections of living

Library to Repeat
3 Films of the Sea
Due to the overwhelming re-
sponse of the community and lim-
ited seating facilities at the JWB,
the films Sharks, The Sea and
Whales featuring Jacques Cousteau
will be shown again at the USO-
JWB at 7:30 p.m., December 16.
This will be the final showing in
the 1974 Film Program sponsored
by the Canal Zone Library until the
program is resumed next year. Ad-
mission is free and all are invited
to attend.

quarters, and 279 school fire drills.
The name firefighter from the
chief to the newest trainee takes on
new meaning when the diversity of
their mission is told. These men do
fight fires. They also teach. They
prevent fires. They save lives. They
give life. They are the ever-watch-
ful guardians of the population of
the Canal Zone.

Shriners to Hold Parade
The Abou Saad Shriners will have
a parade in Balboa starting at 9:30
a.m. Saturday, December 7. The
Parade, which will feature clowns
and the motorized unit, will begin
from La Boca, proceed to Stevens
Circle and end at Balboa Elemen-
tary School.

Annuitants Get Xmas Tre4

113% in Raises Be

In 12 Years To Begin
An increase of more than 100 Christmas trees will go on sale
percent in your monthly paycheck on both sides of the Isthmus Sat-
in 12 years is something that hap- urday, December 14.
pens to few people, but it is exactly They will be sold from 7 a.m. to
what is happening to Federal em- 4 p.m. in Building 10 of the Indus-
ployees who retired prior to Jan- trial Area (entrance on Roosevelt
uary 1, 1963. Avenue) and in Building 1143,
A law passed in October 1962 Coco Solo (rear of the post office).
was desind to nres thve flip mi

waso UaJesiOeU Lto rJsel vltv u rU-
chasing power of retired U.S. Gov-
ernment employees and remove the
economic uncertainties of living on
a fixed income.
The result has been 14 automatic
cost-of-living pay adjustments since
January 1, 1963; with a 15th in-
crease to be effective on January 1,
Next month's 7.4 percent adjust-
ment is the third in 12 months, and
brings to 20.6 percent the cumu-
lative increase received by annuit-
ants since January 1, 1974.
Translated into dollars and cents,
this means that for every $100
retirees received prior to January 1,
1963, they will be receiving
$213.83 after January 1, 1975.

Santa Plans Visits
Santa Claus will be paying visits
to both sides of the Isthmus this
month in preparation for Christ-
mas. Kiddies who would like to
chat with Saint Nick can see him
from 1 to 7 p.m., December 14,
19 and 21 at Balboa Toyland and
from 1 p.m., December 14, at the
Coco Solo Theater.

Microfilm Unit chief George Bell enters the Printing Plant annex which
also houses a warehouse and addressing unit.

La Boca Printing Plant Annex

Helps to Streamline Operations

If everything continues to oper-
ate as efficiently as it began, the
4,835 square foot annex built onto
the rear of the Printing Plant at
La Boca will mean a better chance
for unstuck envelopes, streamlined
addressing operations and bigger
and better microfilm services.
The concrete, air-conditioned
annex is divided into three areas
housing a warehouse, addressing
unit and microfilm unit-all activi-
ties of the Administrative Services
The 84' x 35' warehouse is used
to store paper and envelopes. It
can hold approximately 3 million
sheets of paper and eliminates the
time and manpower previously ex-
pended picking up paper from
Section B twice a week.
All of the paper in current use

for the 100 million units the plant
prints a year previously was stacked
in aisles and work areas until it was
needed. The warehouse eliminates
this clutter thus adding to the safety
of operations.
General foreman John G. Bing,
in charge of printing operations,
says that another important advan-
tage of the warehouse is the air-
condition treatment of paper stocks
that will reduce wastage when pass-
ing through the presses.
Bindery foreman Cirilo Alexan-
der is in charge of the address-
ograph unit-the second operation
in the new building. It is a related
function of a printing plant and, in
fact, was a part of the plant when
it was located at Mount Hope.
Personnel and equipment of the
(Continued on p. 4)

Admin. Services

Chief to Retire
Harold L. Anderson, fondly
known as "Andy," is retiring from
his position as Chief of the Admin-
istrative Services Division, the offi-
ce he has occupied since March of
1970. At the end of this month,
Anderson closes a Federal Govern-
ment career of more than 37 vears-
a total of 31 years is Panama Canal
A member of the Governor's
Staff, and head of the service orga-
nization of the Panama Canal, An-
derson has for the past 5 years
been responsible for a number of
branches and units including Gen-
eral Services, Graphic, Transporta-
tion, Records Management, Agency
Records and the Canal's Printing
A native of Springfield, Mo., An-
derson came to the Panama Canal
in 1940, employed in the Corre-
spondence Bureau of the former
Executive Department. During this
time, in addition to his regular
duties, he was relief secretary to
Gov. J. C. Mehaffey and Gov. F. K.
Newcomber. He was previously em-
ployed in the Adjutant General's
Office and the Office of the Chief
of Field Artillery in Washington,
Anderson's Panama Canal service
was interrupted from 1943 to 1946,
when he served in the U.S. Navy
in the 7th Amphibious Force in the
Pacific. Upon his return to the
Canal organization, he was em-
ployed as an administrative assist-
ant in the Executive Secretary's
Office, where he remained until
1950, when he transferred to the
Administrative Branch as Chief of
General Services. He was promoted
to Assistant Chief of the Admin-
istrative Services Division in 1965.
During his many years with the
Administrative Services Division,
Anderson has been a part of numer-
ous changes and expansion activi-
ties occurring in the division. The
Agency Records Center, with its
unit were previously located in the
Agency Records Center. Having the
(Continued on p. 4)

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Harold L. Anderson

Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce

- �1


e Sales

Dec. 14

Trees can also be purchased on
Saturday, December 14, at the
Gamboa-Santa Cruz Retail Store
and Gatun Service Center beginning
at 8:30 a.m.
On Sunday, December 15, sales
will continue at the Balboa Retail
Store ice plant during ice section
hours and at Building 1143 Coco
Solo during regular store hours, or
until supplies are exhausted.
Beginning Monday, Decem-
ber 16, and continuing until the
supply of trees is exhausted, the
trees can be purchased during reg-
ular store hours at the Paraiso and
Rainbow City retail stores.
There will be two types of trees.
Balsam Fir trees will be graded at
the point of sale into three classes.
Trees that are better than average
in appearance will be sold for
$6.50; trees of average appearance
will be sold for $5.50 and below-
average trees for $3.50. Large or-
ganization trees will cost $20.
Scotch pine trees will be sold
for $9 each.
Customers may have the trees
delivered for a $1 fee.

Holiday Hours

Announced for

Retail Stores
Holiday schedules at retail stores
and service centers will begin on
Monday, December 16.
The Balboa Supermarket and
Margarita Superette will be open
during regular hours throughout the
entire period except for Christmas
Day and New Year's Day when they
will be closed.
Shopping hours at the Balboa
Main Store Second Floor, House-
wares and Annex; Coco Solo, in-
cluding the toy store; Rainbow
City, Gamboa and Paraiso retail
stores are: Monday through Satur-
day, December 16-21, and Mon-
day, December 23, from 10 a.m. to
8 p.m. (except Paraiso which will
be open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Decem-
ber 21); Tuesday, December 24,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday through
Monday, December 26-30, regular
hours; and Tuesday, December 31,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. These units will
be closed on Sunday, December 22,
Christmas Day and New Year's
The Paraiso, Gamboa and Rain-
bow City Vending-Convenience
sections will be open regular hours
every day except Tuesday, Decem-
ber 24, and Tuesday, December 31,
when they will be open from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. They will close on Christ-
mas Day and New Year's Day.
The Pacific Toyland will be open
from 12 noon to 8 p.m. every day
except Tuesday, December 24,
when the hours will be from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
The Margarita Cafeteria and
Diablo Heights Cafeteria will be
open 24 hours a day during the en-
tire holiday season including Christ-
mas Day and New Year's Day.
All other retail stores, service
centers, gasoline stations and bowl-
ing alleys will be open during reg-
ularly scheduled hours and days ex-
cept for Christmas Day and New
Year's Day when they will be closed.
Theaters will be open as an-
nounced in weekly programs.


December 6, 1974

(Schedule subject to change without notice)

3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:45-Bob Cummings
5:30-Boating With the Power Squadron
8:00-The Great American Dream Machine
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "The Quiller Memorandum"
11:05-Sports Special: The I.T.A. Classic
12:10-Day at Night

12:00-Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
12:55-Great Moments in Auto Racing:
"Sebring 1964"
1:20-NCAA Football: Purdue vs. Michigan
(Live and color)
3:35-All-Star Wrestling
4:25-The American Sportsman
5:15-Buck Owens Ranch Show
5:35-Jerry Vale's World
6:00-Weekend '74
6:40-Monte Nash
7:05-Room 222
7:30-The Partridge Family
8:00--Qu6 Pasa?
8:30-Love Thy Neighbor
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
"Carroll O'Connor: Three for
the Girls"
10:35-Creature Feature:
"The Crawling Hand"
12:00-Bill Anderson

11:50-Christopher Close-Up
12:05-Music and the Spoken Word
12:35-College Football '74 (Color)
1:25-NFL Football: Minn. vs. L.A.
3:30-CBS Tennis Classic
4:45-Face the Nation
5:10-Issues and Answers
5:35-The Reasoner Report
6:40-Bob Newhart
7:05-Ed Sullivan Show
8:00--Que Pasa?
8:05-The Avengers
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Follow the Camel"
10:55-The Weekend Tonight Show

3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival

4:50-Another World
5:10-Knowledge Alcohol
5:35-Something Else
6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-Ben Casey
8:00--Qu Pasa?
8:05-The Bill Coshy Show
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-ABC Monday Night Football:
Pittsburgh vs. New Orleans

3:00-New Zoo Review
3:25-Animal World
3:50-Electric Company
4:15-Andy Griffith
4:50-Another World
5:O1-Guitar Workshop
5:35-The New Price Is Right
6:40-The French Chef
8:00-Que Pasa?
8:05-ABC News: "Space-A Report to
the Stockholder"
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Best From Broadway: "6 RMS RIV
VU" (Adult)
10:35-Mike Douglas

3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-Another World
5:10-Treasures Unlimited
5:35-The $10,000 Pyramid
6:40-To Tell the Truth
7:30-Green Acres
8:00-Qud Pasa?
8:05-Your Hit Parade
8:30-Victory at Sea
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Stand-in"
10:50-The Tonight Show
3:00-Make a Wish
3:25-Wild Kingdom
3:50-Electric Company
4:15-Real McCoys
4:50-Another World
5:15-Here Comes the Future
5:35-Now You See It
6:40-The Newlywed Game
7:05-Bing Crosby's Sun Valley Christmas
8:00--Qu Pasa?
8:05-Roll Out!
8:30-Lotsa Luck
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-SCN Drama: "Sherlock Holmes
and the Secret Weapon"
10:25-WFL Football: San Diego vs. Green Bay

Beginning Friday, December 6, 1974

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned) GATUN *
Fri., 6:15, 8:05-Tom Sawyer (SIT) (G) Fri-Billie (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Crack in the World Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Mosquito Squadron (G)
(G) Sat.-Terry Tunes Festival (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-The Ghost and Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Pit and the
Mr. Chicken (SIT) (G) Pendulum (SIT) (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:00-Hatari! (SIT) (G) Sun.-The Sugarland Express (PG)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15-Mon., 7:00- Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-CLOSED
The Three Musketeers (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Super Fly T.N.T. (R) GAMBOA
Wed.-Thurs.-Man of La Mancha (PG) Fri.-It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
(SIT) (G)
COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned) Fri. Owl Show, 9:30-Horror of Dracula
Fri.-The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi" Jacob (SIT) (PG)
(SIT) (G) Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-Which Way to the Front
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-McHale's Navy (G) (SIT) (G)
Sat.-Pendulum (PG) Sat., 8:15-Under the Yum Yum Tree (G)
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Bank Shot Sun.-The Party (PG)
Tues.-Bananas (SIT) (PG) Tues.-Chinese Hercules (SIT) (FG)
Wed.-The Sting (PG) Wed.-Pendulum (PG)
Thurs.-Billie (0) Thurs.-CLOSED
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.-The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi" Jacob Sun.--Chinese Hercules (SIT) (PG)
(SIT) (G) Mon.-The Party (PG)
Mon.-Bananas (SIT) (PG) Tues.-CLOSED
Tues.-The Sting (PG) Wed.-The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi"
Wed.-Bank Shot (PG) Jacob (SIT) (G)
Thurs.-The Lion's Heart (SIT) (PG) Thurs.-CLOSED
MARGARITA* *All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
Fri.-Terry Tunes Festival (G) shown. All shows are post meridiem time ex-
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00-Escape From the cept as shown. Program subject to change.
Planet of the Apes (SIT) (G) FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G--All ages ad-
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Help! (G) emitted. General audience. PG-Parental
Sat.-Pope Joan (SIT) (PG) guidance suggested, some material may
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Pillow Talk (G) not be suited for preteenagers. R-Re-
Sun.-Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (SIT) (R) stricted. Persons under 17 not admitted un-
Mon.-Jeremiah Johnson (SIT) (PG) less accompanied by parent or legal guard-
Tues.-Ski Raiders (SIT) (PG) ian. X-Persons under 17 not admitted.
Wed.-Thurs.-CLOSED SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

Some of the young participants in the exhibit entitled dressed up for the occasion. Left to right are: Anna
"Let's Travel Through Central America," which was Maria Ruelas, James Walker, Lisa Bonk and Eric
presented recently at Gamboa Elementary School, were Pennington.

Gamboa Students Soroptimists Announce

Pay Tribute to 1975 Citizenship Awards

CpntroaI A meriar

Students of Gamboa Elementary
School, together with their teachers
and parents, joined in a salute to
Central America recently by pre-
senting an exhibit .entitled "Let's
Travel Through Central America."
The exhibit was inaugurated by
Dr. Eduardo Ritter AislAn, repre-
sentative and director of the Gen-
eral Secretariat of the Organization
of American States in Panama.
Several dignitaries of the embassies
of the republics of Costa Rica, Ni-
caragua, El Salvador, Honduras
and Guatemala attended. Also, there
were representatives from schools
in Panama and the Canal Zone in-
cluding Primer Ciclo Amnrica, Pri-
mer Ciclo Panama, Republic of
Guatemala School, El Salvador
School, Santa Eufrasia Pelletiers
School and Paraiso Elementary
Delegations from the Panama
schools presented a cultural pro-
gram that included dramatized
poetry, typical songs and dances of
the nations of Central America.
The exhibit illustrated the his-
tory, industry and other aspects of
Central America and was com-
plemented with a slide presenta-
tion of the Central American na-
tions by Ms. Louisa Landau, a first
grade teacher at Gamboa Elemen-
tary School.
Parents of Gamboa children con-
tributed materials and information
on the countries and Miss Gladys
Ureiia, the school's Spanish teacher,
worked closely with all participants.

Special Bus Rates
Available for Students
Residents of the community are
reminded that the Canal Zone Bus
Service has a special rate for stu-
dents using their buses.
A ticket for 20 trips on the 20-
cent route: Paraiso-Pedro Miguel
route is available for $2.50 for
children of school age.
A ticket for 20 trips on the 30-
cent route: Gamboa-Howard Field-
Kobbe route, costs $3.75 for stu-
The ticket is punched each time
the student makes a trip on the bus.
The tickets are available at the
Canal Zone Bus Service office in

f7etA4e 7o4
Speak directly into the
telephone, your friends
will hear you much

The Soroptimist Foundations of
the Soroptimist International of the
Americas, Inc., have announced
their identifying project, Youth Cit-
izenship Awards for 1975.
Seventeen $1,000 cash awards,
one to each winner within the 15
regions and 2 affiliated areas of the
Soroptimist International of the
Americas, Inc., will be awarded. In
addition, a $1,500 finalist award
will go to one of the .17 winners,
making a total of $2,500 to the
The four clubs in the Republic
of Panama are: Soroptimist Inter-
national of Panama; Soroptimist
International of Panama Pacifico;
Soroptimist International of Colon
and Soroptimist International of
David. These four plus the Sorop-
timist International of Costa Rica;
and the Soroptimist International
of El Salvador comprise one of the
affiliated areas.
The program's important contri-
bution toward good citizenship is
recognized by the Freedoms Foun-
dation and for 9 consecutive years
it has been awarded the George
Washington Honor Medal. In the
United States, the National Asso-
ciation of Secondary School Prin-
cipals has placed the program on
its approved list of national con-
tests and activities.
The Soroptimist Youth Citizen-
ship Awards are not scholarships
but are "Awards of Merit." Each

e * *

award may be used at the discre-
tion of the recipient, in any way
he may decide which will further
his aims and purposes in achieving
his goal, through such means as
education and travel. The cash
awards are paid in lump sums to
the winning students.
Any young man or woman who
will be graduating from high school
not later than June 1975 is eligible
to apply.
To qualify for the awards which
are judged on the merit and worth
of the applicant, a student must
have fulfilled the following: service,
dependability, leadership, and clear
sense of purpose. Each candidate
is required to complete the official
application for Soroptimist Youth
Citizenship Awards which can be
located in all high schools.
Soroptimist International of the
Americas, Inc., is an international
classified service organization for
professional and executive business
women who believe in the integrity,
worth, and ability of youth.

College Club to Hold

Xmas Coffee Dec. 7

The Isthmian College Club will
hold its annual Christmas coffee at
9:30 a.m., Saturday, December 7,
at the home of Mrs. David S.
Parker, wife of the Governor of the
Canal Zone.
Bruce Quinn will give a talk on
contemporary theatre followed by
musical numbers from the United
Fund production of "Fiddler on
the Roof" to be sung by Ms. Linda
Weir and Robert Teta.
For reservations call Mrs. Robert
Emerick at 52-5792 or Mrs. Charles
Bowen at 52-2590. All members
and guests are invited.

dInventory Announced
Section E, Balboa, and Section
N, Miraflores, will l)e closed for
inventory all day Monday, Decem-
ber 16, and again for recount on
". . . just at the knees, Smith . . . Thursday, January 2.

Panama Canal Spillway
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. All articles are available to news media and
may be reprinted without further clearance. SPILLWAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later than 4 p.m., Monday, the
week of publication. Only urgent material can be accepted as late as noon
Tuesday. Distributed free to all Panama Canal employees. Subscription
cost for others $2.60 a year. Airmail subscription cost $10 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Company and address to: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M. Balboa Heights, C.Z.

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*B~lf a#ifI llliwil%.U -

December 6, 1974


Mother of six, Mrs. Patricia L. Bjorneby, second right,
is congratulated at local graduation ceremonies con-
ducted earlier this year by the University of Okla-
homa. Left to right are: Mrs. Paul F. Sharp; Dr. Sharp,
president of the University of Oklahoma; Richard J.

Commuted to Pacific Side

Bjomeby, the graduate's husband; Mrs. Bjorneby; a
members of the Bjorneby family. Mrs. Bjorneby
cently received her Master of Human Relations deg
under the university's Advanced Programs procedt

Master's Degree Earned

By Teacher, Mother of 6

An Atlantic side woman who
is the mother of six recently re-
ceived her Master of Htunan Rela-
tions degree from the University of
Oklahoma following an intensive
course of study while holding down
a full time job.
Mrs. Patricia L. Bjorneby of
Coco Solo was one of a group of
Canal Zone residents who com-
pleted their studies locally under
the university's Advanced Programs.
A graduation ceremony, the uni-
versity's first on the Isthmus, was
held earlier in the year for those
who had completed or nearly fin-
ished their master's work. Mrs.
Bjorneby was one of those honored
at the ceremony but it was not un-
til last month that she received her
diploma through the mails, enclosed
in a bright leather folder.
Wife of Richard J. Bjornebv, who
is employed in the Navigation Di-
vision and active in a U.S. Civic
Council, Mrs. Bjorneby holds a
bachelor's degree in speech therapy
from Florida State University and

Police officer James P. Barnes,
better known as "Pinky," will retire
December 28 after 26 years of
Government service. Pinky is well
known in the community for his
contributions to the youth baseball
leagues. During the past 15 years
he has managed teams in all of the
leagues. He has always stressed the
importance of good sportsmanship
and teamwork, in the hope of
teaching his boys something more
than just the winning of ball games.
Pinky and his family will leave the
Isthmus January 3 to make their
new home on a farm just outside
of Dallas, Tex. A retirement party
for Pinky is being held at the Bal-
boa Elks Club at 8 p.m., Decem-
ber 13. Tickets may be obtained by
calling 52-7862.

served as a recreation specialist at
Margarita Elementary School while
taking courses at the University of
The university's Advanced Pro-
grams combines attendance at in-
tensive seminar sessions with inde-
pendent study and research. Stu-
dents registering for a course re-
ceive outlines and books 4 to 6
weeks in advance of the start of
class. A professor from the main
campus at Norman, Okla., comes
to the Isthmus, usually on the Pa-
cific side, and conducts classes for
1 week, from 2:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Because she could take only two
or three courses on the Atlantic
side, Mrs. Bjorneby commuted by
car to the Pacific side to attend
class, usually taking one course a
month. The Atlantic siders would
divide the driving duties among the
entire group so no one person would
have to do it all the time.
Mrs. Bjorneby, who is the former
Patricia Leach of Colon, says it
took her approximately 2 years of
work to earn sufficient credits for
her degree but she considers it well
worth the effort. Her family, and
it's a big one, helped out consider-
ably when she was studying.
Her children are: Mrs. Jan Mis-
nik of Buffalo, N.Y.; Michael, a stu-
dent at Canal Zone College; Kari,
attending school in Spokane, Wash.;
John, a student at Cristobal High
School; Marc, a first grader at Coco
Solo Elementary School and Kristi,
who is in kindergarten at Coco Solo.
Others who recently completed
their work for graduate degrees
under the University of Oklahoma's
local program included several
Canal employees: Ray R. Dymond,
Police Division; Frances T. Envart,
Personnel Bureau; Sharon K. Keller,
Office of the Youth Advisor; Betty
Annis, Schools Division; Enrique
Marquez and Jos6 Meyer, Main-
tenance Division.
Dependents of Panama Canal
employees, in addition to Mrs. Bjor-
neby, were Nellie M. Goffeney,
Sally McLaren and Tillie McTag-
Carwash Is Scheduled
The Ancon Assembly No. 3, Order
of Rainbow for Girls, will have a
carwash from 8 a.m. to 12 noon
tomorrow at the Chase Manhattan
Bank parking lot in Balboa. Pro-
ceeds will be used to support the
group's charity projects.

Vital Statistics

Office Is Moved to

Gorgas Hospital
The public is reminded that the
Vital Statistics Office, for certificates
of birth or death that occurred in
the Canal Zone, has been moved
from the Administration Building,
Balboa Heights, to the first floor of
Building 237 (old Administration
Building) at Gorgas Hospital.
Hours are 7:15 a.m. to 12 noon
and 1 to 4:15 p.m. The telephone
number of the Vital Statistics Office
is 52-7131.

Pen Women Plan

Xmas Boutique

Members of the National League
of American Pen Women, Canal
Zone and Panama Branch, will hold
their annual Christmas Boutique on
the ground floor of the Civil Affairs
Building, Gaillard Highway, from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., December 7.
There will be a large assortment
of art in all media to select from,
handicraft items, dried pressed
flower arrangements, wall hang-
ings, stocking stuffers and Christ-
mas decorations.
The public is invited to shop early
for best selection.

As a result of a recent influx of
counterfeit U.S. currency into the
Canal Zone, residents and employ-
ees are being cautioned to be on
the alert for bogus bills.
Persons who handle cash in their
daily work, particularly, are asked
to be on the lookout for the coun-
terfeit money. As Christmas ap-
proaches, greater sums of cash than
usual will change hands. Anyone
receiving what they believe is a
counterfeit bill, should call Canal
Zone Police immediately and should
do their best to remember the
source of the money.
The bad bills that have turned
up in the Canal Zone during the

CHS Graduate

Receives High

Service Award
Dr. Patricia Rickels, English pro-
fessor at the University of South
West Louisiana at Lafayette, La.,
was recently named "Humanitarian
of the Year" and presented the
Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial
award by the Lafayette Council on
Human Relations, in recognition of
her outstanding service during the
past year to the cause of human
A board member of the State
Council on Human Relations with
whom she has worked for the past
16 years, Dr. Rickels is a 1944 grad-
uate of Cristobal High School and
attended Canal Zone College where
she was a charter member of the
National Honor Society. She was
graduated from the University of
Washington at Seattle and later re-
ceived her master's degree and doc-
torate in English from Louisiana
State University at Baton Rouge.
She also has done post doctoral
work in black art and black litera-
ture at Southern University at
Baton Rouge and also teaches these
subjects. Several years ago, Dr.
Rickels taught a summer session at
the Canal Zone Branch of LSU.
Dr. Rickels is the daughter of
Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy, well-
known American Red Cross volun-
teer of the Canal Zone Chapter and
first aid chairman of the chapter.
Her brother, Edward M. Kennedy,
is chief of the Industrial Division.
Dr. Rickels' husband, Dr. Milton
Rickels, also is a professor of Eng-
lish at LSU.

Earning the Annual Sanitation Award for the second
consecutive year calls for a celebration, and Dr. Bed-
ford H. Berrey, Health Director, right, and Dr. William
R. Bunge, Director of the Coco Solo Hospital, second
from left, join employees of the Coco Solo Hospital
Dietary Department for the festivities. All Canal orga-
nization food establishments compete for the award
which is presented to the one that undergoes 12
monthly sanitation inspections without a recorded

past months were in varied denom-
inations, from $5 to $50.
Many of the more recent coun-
terfeit $50 bills being circulated on
the Isthmus have a very important
obvious flaw in the face of them.
The small letters (face plate letter)
in the upper left hand corner and
the lower right hand are different.
They should always be the same.
That is, if one of the letters is "a"
the other should be "a." There is
no exception to this rule. The letters
can be a, b, c or d, no other.
Genuine U.S. bills are printed on
a high-quality grade of paper made
exclusively for this purpose and the
reproduction of illustrations and
figures is sharper than on imitations.
An effective way to determine if a
suspect bill is counterfeit is to fold
it in half down the center and place
it next to the other half of a genuine
bill that also has been folded.
On the genuine bills, the por-
traits are clear and sharp while
those on the counterfeit are not.
The points of the seals on good bills
are sharp and well defined while
those on the bogus money are dull
and broken off. Also, the serial
numbers on counterfeit money fre-
quently are uneven.
There is a distinct difference be-
tween the feel of even high-quality
counterfeit money when it is han-
dled and a legitimate bill. Anyone
who handles a bill that feels differ-
ent to the touch should examine it
closely and compare it with other
bills known to be genuine.

Isthmian College Club
Publishes History Book
The Isthmian College Club an-
nounces the publication of its book
entitled, "The History of the Isth-
mian College Club."
It was compiled by Mrs. Doro-
thy B. Bowen and Mrs. Sharon D.
Holland in conjunction with the
approach of the 50th anniversary
of this club, formerly called the
Canal Zone College Club.
Copies may be obtained at the
Christmas Tea on December 7 at
the Governor's residence or by call-
ing Mrs. J. Patrick Conley at 52-
7532 or Mrs. Gerard J. Welch at
Model Closed for Repairs
The topographical model of the
Panama Canal in the Civil Affairs
Building is closed for repairs.
It is tentatively scheduled for
reopening on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 10.

deficiency. From left are Raymond G. Bush, Chief,
Northern Area, Division of Sanitation; Dr. Bunge; Joyce
Watson, Food Service Supervisor; Bettye McCullen,
Chief Dietitian; Sylvia Britton, Leader Cook; Eva
Newell, Diet Cook; Oscar Osavio, Food Service
Worker; Kermit Pusey, Diet Cook; Maria Ramirez,
Food Service Worker; Roberto Meneses, Food Service
Worker; Alvin Hall, Food Service Worker; Jos6
Norville, Food Service Supervisor; and I)r. Berrey.

Page 3

Zone Residents Alerted

For Counterfeit Money


December 6, 1974

: __,
William K. Baskin, left, receives his certification as a professional indus-
trial hygienist from Dr. Bedford H. Berrcy, Director of the Health Bu-
reau of the Panama Canal organization. As an industrial hygienist with
the Industrial Health Branch of the Division of Public Health, Baskin
works to ensure employees on-the-job protection from chemical and
physical health hazards such as dust, vapors, gas, fibers, noise, vibration,
and heat stress. Requirements for professional certification by the Amer-
ican Board of Industrial Hygiene include 5 years of full-time practice as
an industrial hygienist, a bachelor's degree in a basic science with 18
semester hours in chemistry, and successful completion of two 8-hour
examinations. Baskin joins more than 600 other certified professionals
as a member of the American Academy of Industrial Hygienists.

Anderson to Retire
(Continued from p. 1)

more than 30,000 cubic feet of in-
active records and historical chron-
icles, and believed to be the only
one outside the Continental United
States, was established; the Canal's
Printing Plant was moved from
Mount Hope to the Pacific side and
modernized; the Graphic Branch
has been changed from a photo-
graphic studio to a complete audio-
visual center; the Translation Unit
has been expanded from a routine
translation of all "need-to-know"

Musical Comedy

To Be Presented

The Emperor's New Clothes, a
comedy by Charlotte Chorpenning
and directed by Johann Meyer has
been transformed into an original
musical with music and lyrics by
Norman Slade and Johann Meyer.
The play is for the delight of
both adults and children and will
be performed at the Cristobal Little
Theatre, France Field, December
12, 13, 14, 15, 20 and 21.
On the Pacific side, the play will
be performed at Surfside Theatre,
Fort Amador, on December 16, 17
and 18. Curtain time for all per-
formances will be 7:30 p.m.
For reservations for the Cristo-
bal Little Theatre, call Mrs. Stowers
at Coco Solo,6-789 any day after
3 p.m. Surfside Theatre will have
no reservations as is the policy but
will be on a first come first served
Choreography for the play will
be by Dawn Starrett, with set by
Andy Lim and music directed by
Norman Slade. Pianist will be Reid
The cast will include: Jackie Sell
and Eddie Trdla, as the Rogues;
Don Barnes, the Emperor; Ligia
Welch, the Empress; Dan Schneck,
as Han; Greg Stowers, as the Gen-
eral; Ron Hardcastle, as the Gong
Boy; Richard De Spain, as FAH;
the other weavers are: Jessie Barnes,
Mike Barnes, Kathy Barnes, Steve
Yanke, Bonnie Jeanne McNaughton,
Matty Peterson, Peggv Harrington,
Mary Anne Robertson, and Ginger
Sell. The citizens are: Venus Bran-
nan, David Myles, Roger Larmer
and many more.
Costumes and makeup will be by
Marcy De Spain and Greg Stowers
and Norman Slade will collaborate
on the lights.

materials for employees and the
general public; and the major
change in the Transportation Branch
was the conversion of the SS Cris-
tobal to a freighter and subsequent
establishment of the charter flights.
Anderson has worked for all the
Executive Secretaries of the Canal
Zone: C. A. McIlvaine, Frank Wang,
.E. C. Lombard, Paul Runnestrand
and J. Patrick Conley. It was during
the Lombard era that he became
acquainted with Mary Maguire, who
was then secretary to the Executive
Secretary and it was Lombard him-
self who played cupid after his
secretary had rebuffed Anderson's
attentions. Eventually Anderson and
Miss Maguire, were married.
Both Andersons have worked
closely with Gov. David S. Parker
during his three tours of duty on
the Isthmus; in the early 1950s
when he was military assistant to
Gov. J. S. Seybold, in the 1960s,
when he was Lieutenant Governor,
and during his present tour.
Mrs. Anderson, secretary to Ex-
ecutive Secretary J. Patrick Conley,
was born and reared in the Canal
Zone. She was graduated from Bal-
boa High School and Canal Zone
College and first was employed in
the Schools Division. Later she was
secretary to Governor Seybold and
Gov. W. E. Potter.
In addition to his official duties,
Anderson has taken an active part
in community affairs. For many
years he has been active in the
Canal Zone United Way Campaign
and the Combined Federal Cam-
paign and recently completed his
10th year as chairman of the Pro-
motion and Publicity Committee of
the organizations. He served for
many years in the Canal Zone
Chapter of the American Red Cross
and is a member of its board of
directors as well as a member of
the board of directors of the Heart
Association. He served for 19 years
as Jury Commissioner for the U.S.
District Court and is a 30-year
member of Post 1 of the American
An amateur astronomer, Ander-
son has enjoyed studying the stars
in the Isthmian skies, going so far
as to grind his own telescope mirror.
He has been an avid rockhound and
enjoyed fishing.
The Andersons, who will denart
the Isthmus on the SS Cristobal on
January 3, plan to make their retire-
ment home in Springfield, Mo.

Judge D. F. Brown

Will Speak at

Concert Program

Cristobal Magistrate Court Judge
Darrell F. Brown will be guest
speaker at Club Circulo Siete's
Mother of the Year program on
Sunday, when a selected mother
will be honored and presented the
Roy Watson trophy and a gift
donated by a Panama City mer-
The concert honoring all moth-
ers will be held in the Rainbow City
Auditorium, starting at 4 p.m.
Judge Brown was born in Horatio,
Ark., and attended the Sevier
County High School, from which
he graduated with honors. He re-
ceived his bachelor in psychology
and sociology and his jurist doc-
torate degree from the University
of Arkansas.
During his undergraduate and
graduate years, Judge Brown was
awarded a number of scholarships
and awards. He participated in
different sports and athletic activi-
ties during his years in college.
He served on the intramural
board of directors of the University
of Arkansas and established private
practice upon graduation.
He was appointed Magistrate of
Cristobal subdivision of the Canal
Zone Court in September 1972.
At present Judge Brown is a
member of the board of directors
of the Canal Zone Red Cross and
th- United Way; he is also a mem-
ber of the Canal Zone Council of
the Boy Scouts of America.
A concert program featuring the
Emmanuel Bros., baritone Lloyd
Wilson, Mildred Lowe of Panama
City, and Cecil Miller and Adella
Richards in a duet will be offered,
with a number of other popular
local artists contributing.
The trophy which will be pre-
sented to the "Mother of the Year"
is being donated by Roy Watson,
a former president of the Rainbow
City Civic Council and prominent
civic leader, who donated last vear's
trophy and has promised a similar'
trophy annually.
The public is invited to attend.
There will be no admission charge.

Questions, Answers

About Retirement
Question: May an employee make
deposits to the retirement fund in
addition to the regular 7 percent
deduction from pay?
Answer: Yes. Such deposits, com-
monly known as voluntary contri-
butions, are made for the express
purpose of increasing the annuity
at the time of retirement. These
contributions must be made in mul-
tiples of $25 (i.e., $25, $50, $125,
$200, etc.) and the total may not
exceed 10 percent of the total basic
civilian pay received since Au-
gust 1, 1920.
Q.: Is the privilege of making
voluntary contributions open to all
A.: It is open to any employee
who is a member of the retirement
system, provided he does not owe
any, deposit or redeposit covering
prior service.
Q.: Is there any limitation on the
amount of the basic annuity an em-
ployee may earn?
A.: Yes. The maximum basic an-
nuity generally cannot be more than
80 percent of the "high-3" average
pay. If the amount of the annuity
indicated by the initial computation
exceeds this 80 percent figure, the
basic annuity must be reduced to
80 percent of the "high-3" average
pay. There is, however, one excep-
tion to this general rule. Any
amount in excess of the 80 percent
which is due to crediting unused
sick leave is payable.

Printing Plant Annex
(Continued from p. 1)

unit right in the plant eliminates
the job of hauling printed material
to the Records Center for ad-
John M. Purvis, Superinten-
dent of the Printing Plant, antici-
pates that work orders will move
out much faster when the bugs have
Ieen worked out of the new pro-
cedures. Already, one job was in
the hands of the requester 7 days
ahead of schedule.
While the addressing unit and
warehouse increase efficiency and
decrease expenses, it is the micro-
film unit that brings a bit of drama
to the new building.
Relocated from a small room in
the Balboa Railroad Station, the Mi-
crofilm Unit occupies 1,450 square
feet of space in the annex. As func-
tional and efficient as it is, it never-
theless reminds one of a movie set.
To enter the dark room, you step
into a ceiling-high black cylinder, a
handle is pushed, the cylinder
revolves and you step out into total
In fact, it is so unusual that it is
the first thing George Bell, who is in
charge of the unit, shows a visitor
before he explains the work that
he does and how microfilm services
have been improved and increased
in the new building.
The additional space available
for the microfilm operations also


Allan E. Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Smith of Corozal, has
received his master of science de-
gree in microbiology with a minor
in biochemistry from Baylor Uni-
versity in Dallas, Tex. A 1968
graduate of Balboa High School,
Smith received his bachelor of
science degree in microbiology in
1972 from Colorado State Univer-
sity. After visiting the Canal Zone,
he plans to reside in Oregon.

enables reestablishment of the
quarter-size and full-size reproduc-
tions for the Engineering Division,
as well as installation of a white
print machine for production of
engineer drawings.

Bicycle Safety
The Office of the Safety Director
oilers the following safety tips
when shopping for a new bike:
* If you're buying a bicycle for
a child, choose one to fit the child's
size today, not one he or she will
"grow into" later.
* A bicycle should suit the
rider's ability and kind of riding.
* In addition to the required re-
flectors, tape retro-reflective trin to
the fenders, handlebars, chain-
guards, and wheel sidewalls to make
it recognizable in the dark as a
* Attach headlight and taillight.
* Check hand and foot brakes
for fast, easy stops without insta-
bility or jamming.
* Avoid slippery plastic pedals.
Look instead for rubber-treaded
pedals, or metal pedals with ser-
rated rattrap edges or with firmly
attached toeclips.
* Don't buy a bicycle with sharp
points and edges, especially along
fenders, or with protruding bolts
that could scrape or tear clothing.
* Don't buy a bicycle with gear
controls (or other protruding attach-
ments) mounted on the top tube of
a man's bicycle.

Scouts to Collect

Items For Christmas
The Explorers and Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone, in conjunction with
the Salvation Army, are planning to
help less fortunate people to have a
better Christmas.
The Scouts will distribute collec-
tion bags door-to-door tomorrow
and Sunday so the public may do-
nate food, clothing and toys. The
following weekend, the Scouts will
return to collect the bags and any
contributions they contain to aid the
Residents who wish to make dona-
tions but will not be at home may
leave their bags with neighbors. For
more information, call Ron Tyson
at 52-6512 or 52-6711.


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.

Bindery Worker MG-7 (Knowledge of English)
Boilermaker MG-10------
Canal Zone Guide (Interpreter) NM-4/61_
Civil Engineer NM-7....
Clerk-Stenographer NM-51 - --
Clerk-Typist NM-31 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours)
Dental Hygienist NM-4/5
Mail Supervisor NM-4/5-
Marine Traffic Controller Assistant NM-51
(Knowledge of English) (Shift work)
Mechanical Engineering, Technician NM-9
Medical Technologist NM-5/7
(Shift work) (On call)
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-8
(Driver's license required) (First 40 hours
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-4/7
(Shift work) _--- _ _
Photographer (Still) NM-5 (Intermittent)_
Shipfitter MG-10 --._ --_
Warehouseman MG-4 ______
Warehouseman MG-40 (Knowledge of English)
Cement Finisher MG-8 (NTE 6-21-75)
Core Drill Operator (Subaqueous) MG-10 (NTE
Machinist MG-10 (NTE 1 year)...
Mechanical Engineer NM-5 (NTE 6-21-75)
Painter Helper MG-5 (NTE 6-21-75)

Base Rate
_- ___ $5.10
-- - $2.34

Bureau Lo-
or ca-
Division tion
Admin. Serv. P
Industrial A
Inform. Off. P
Engineering P
Supply P
Personnel A
Health P
Admin. Serv. P

_..$8,153.60 Transit P
$11,606.40 Marine Bunk. A

$8,153.60/$10,067.20 Gorgas Hos. P

) -$2.74 Terminals A

_-_- ..-_$1.96

1 year) $5.10

Admin. Serv.


Application must be submitted on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER, no later than
seven (7) calendar days from the date of this publication. A separate application must be
submitted for each job listed. The base rates shown will be increased for U.S. citizens by the
appropriate differential plus a tax factor where applicable. 1 Indicates written test requirement.
� Signifies a security position to be filled only by a U.S. citizen. Qualifications standards may
be reviewed at the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366, Ancon, or Building 1105,
Cristobal. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Branch,
telephone 52-7996, 52-7501, or 43-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.
I Subject to reclassification as Worker Trainee MG-1/NM-1. Employees presently in the
Worker Trainee Program may apply for reassignment within the program.

Page 4

Mdas de 60 Ahos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Viernes 6 de Diciembre de 1974

Vol. XIII, No. 24

Se Anuncian

Horarios de

El horario de trabajo especial
para las fiestas de fin de alio en los
almacenes de ventas al detal y en
los centros de servicio comenzarai
el lunes 16 de diciembre.
El Supermercado de Balboa y el
Mercadito de Margarita pennane-
cerin abiertos en el horario normal
durante todo el resto del afio, ex-
cepci6n de los dias de Navidad y
Ario Nuevo, cuando permanecer/in
Las horas de compras en el se-
gundo piso del Almac6n Principal
de Balboa, Articulos del Hogar y
el Anexo; en Coco Solo, incluyendo
la Secci6n de Juguetes; y los alma-
cenes de ventas al detal de Paraiso,
Gamboa-Santa Cruz y Rainbow
City, serin de 10 a.m. a 8 p.m. del
lunes 16 al sAbado 21, y el lunes 23
de diciembre (excepci6n de Paraiso
que abrir, el 21 de diciembre de
9 a.m. a 4 p.m.); el martes 24 de
diciembre de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.; el
jueves 26 al lunes 30 de diciembre,
en las horas normales; el martes 31
de diciembre de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.
Estas dependencias estar4n cerradas
el domingo 22 de diciembre, y en
Navidad y Afio Nuevo.
Las secciones de Miquinas de
Conveniencia de Paraiso, Gamboa
y Rainbow City abrirAn durante el
horario regular todos los dias, ex-
cepci6n del martes 24 de diciembre
y el martes 31 de diciembre, cuan-
(Continra en la pdgina 4)

Venderan Desde el 14
Arboles de Navidad
Los arbolitos de Navidad esta-
ran a la venta en ambos sectors
del Istmo a partir del sibado 14 de
diciembre. Los interesados podrsin
adquirirlos de 7 a.m. a 4 p.m. en
el Edificio 10 del Area Industrial
de Balboa (entrada per la Avenida
Roosevelt) y en el Edificio 1143, en
Coco Solo (detrAs de la Oficina de
Tambiqn se podrin comprar ar-
bolitos de Navidad el sibado 14 de
diciembre en el Almacen de Ventas
al Detal de Gamboa y en el Centro
de Servicio de Gatlin, a partir de
las 8:30 a.m.
El domingo 15 de diciembre con-
tinuarsi la venta de arbolitos en la
hieleria del Almacen de Ventas al
Detal de Balboa, durante las horas
laborales de esta secci6n y en el
Edificio 1143 de Coco Solo durante
las horas normales del almac6n, o
hasta que se haya agotado la exis-
A partir del lunes 16 de diciem-
bre y hasta que se agote la exis-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Si todo continla funcionando tan
perfectamente como ha comenzado,
el anexo de 4.835 pies de la Im-
prenta de La Boca, construido a
un costado del antiguo edificio,
permitiri ofrecer un mejor servicio
de impresi6n y microfilmaci6n.
El anexo, una edificaci6n de con-
creto provista de aire acondiciona-
do, esta dividida en tres salas que
albergan un dcp6sito, la unidad de
impresi6n de direcciones y la uni-
dad de microfilmaci6n, todas acti-
vidades de responsabilidad de la
Division de Servicios Administra-
El dep6sito de 84 por 35 pies
almacenar-i papel y sobres. Tiene
capacidad para unos 3 millones de
hojas de papel y obvia la necesi-

Un grupo de maestros y estudiantes de la Escuela San Martin
de Santiago de Veraguas, visit la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso
nos presentaron un program de bailes y tonadas tipicas pan
hermoso espectAculo fue disfrutado por personal docente, e
administrative de la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso. Los visit:
atendidos por el Director del plantel, Profesor Audley W

Plausible Labor Cump/

Los Bomberos de la Z

Los informes anuales son con fre-
cuencia aburridos. No asi el pre-
parado por la Divisi6n de Bombe-
ros para el Afio Fiscal 1974.
Las frias cifras estadisticas reve-
lan una dramAtica historic que in-
duce a dudar sobre la posibilidad
de que alguna entidad tan reducida
en su numero como la Divisi6n de
Bomberos de la Empresa del Canal,
pueda realizar labor de tal magni-
tud e importancia.
El afio fiscal 1974 los 140 miem-
bros de la Divisi6n de Bomberos
respondieron a 1.603 llamadas rea-
lizadas a las 10 estaciones de bom-
beros distribuidas en ambos secto-
res del Istmo.
En su mayoria las llamadas eran
a causa de incendios. Los 844 fue-
gos extinguidos son otra revelaci6n
de la Ardua tarea cumplida por los
bombers. 205 de estos incendios
fueron provocados por cigarrillos y
f6sforos lanzados, 64 por descuidos
en las estufas, 13 por incendiaris-
mo, 2 por personas que fumaban en
la cama y, asombroso, 51 por peque-
ios que jugaban con f6sforos.
La acci6n inmediata del perso-
nal de la Divisi6n de Bomberos im-
pidi6 la p6rdida de siquiera una
sola vida a causa de fuegos o ame-
naza de estos, y logr6 reducir el
monto de las p6rdidas a causa de

siniestros a s61o $134.5
radio con las propiedade
de $30.347.150 que esi
peligro. El personal de
de Bomberos tiene un c
adiestramiento y motive
asuntos de su compete
sultado es una prueba
El Departamento de
desempeiia una constant
vigilancia en la comun
Zona del Canal en much
diferentes a las meras ta
venir o extinguir incend
te el afio, contestaron 61
madas de emergencia
personas victims de a
diacos, diab6ticos o epi
convulsiones, heridos,
suicidio y a6n en casos
(Continia en

dad de disponer de un empleado
para que recoja dos veces por se-
mana el papel en la Secci6n B.
Todo el papel que se require
para la impresi6n de los 100 millo-
nes de unidades que la imprenta
process por aio, estaba anterior-
mente amontonado en los pasillos y
lugares de trabajo hasta que fuera
necesario su uso. El dep6sito habi-
litado en el anexo elimina este in-
conveniente, afiadiendo un mejor
margen de seguridad.
El Capataz General John G. Bing
afinna que otra ventaja important
del dep6sito es que el aire acondi-
cionado reducira el desperdicio del
papel al pasar por las prensas.
El Capataz de Encuadernaci6n
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

En virtud del creciente flujo de
S billetes falsificados de los Estados
Unidos en la Zona del Canal, los
residents deben tomar la precau-
ciones del caso.
S Las personas que est6n encarga-
das de manejar dinero en sus em-
pleos deben tener especial cuidado
en la detecci6n del dinero falso. Al
acercarse la Navidad, mayores can-
tidades de dinero que pasan de
mano en mano entran en circula-
Cualquiera persona que reciba lo
que cree es un billete falso, debe
Ilamar inmediatamente a la Policia
de la Zona del Canal y hacer lo
possible por recorder el origen del
S dinero falso.
.",' Los billetes falsificados que han
.. - sido detectados en la Zona del Canal
en los iltimos meses varian de de-
nominaciones, de $5 a $50.
Muchos de los 61timos billetes
Sde Porres, falsos de $50 que circulan en el
.Los alum- Istmo tienen un defecto visible en
amefias. El su anverso. Las letras pequefias en
educando y la esquina superior izquierda son
ntes fueron diferentes a las de la esquina infe-
ebster. rior derecha. En todo caso deben
ser iguales. Por ejemplo, si una de
las letras es "a", la similar debe ser
en "a" tambi6n. En este sentido no hay
excepci6n. Las letras deben ser de
una sola clase.
on a Los billetes genuinos de los Es-
tados Unidos son impresos en papel
de alta calidad exclusivamente pro-
95, compa- cesado para tal propdsito y la re-
es por valor production de las ilustraciones y
tuvieron en otros detalles es mis nitida que en
la Division las imitaciones. Una forma efectiva
considerable para determinar si un billete de du-
aci6n en los dosa calidad es doblarlo horizontal-
;cia y el re-
Bpapbero Santa Claus Anuncia
te labor de Visitas Navidenas
idad de la S
hos aspects Santa Claus estara visitando am-
reas de pre- bos sectors del Istmo este mes, con
lios. Duran- motive de las festividades navide-
LO otras lla- fias. Los pequefios interesados en
hechas por ver de cerca y conversar con Santa
taques car- Claus podrAn hacerlo visitando la
l6pticos, de Jugueteria de Balboa los dias 14,
intentos de 19 y 21 de diciembre de 1 a 7 p.m.,
de parts. y el 14 de diciembre a partir de la
la pdgina 4) 1 p.m. en el Teatro de Coco Solo.

mente en el centro y colocarlo al
lado de un billete genuine tambi6n
doblado en la misma forma.
En los billetes aut6nticos, las
imAgenes son nitidas y bien defini-
das, no asi en los falsificados. Las
puntas de los sellos del Departa-
mento del Tesoro son finas v bien
definidas, mientras que las de los
billetes falsos son pAlidas y que-
bradas. Asimismo, los n6meros de
scrie del dinero falsificado frecuen-
temente son desiguales.
Hay una diferencia al palpar di-
nero legitimo y falsificado, adn
cuando este sea de alta calidad.
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

Pensiones de

Los Jubilados

Se Han Doblado
Un incremento de mas del 100
por ciento en el salario mensual
despucs de 12 aiios es algo reserva-
do para mny pocas personas, pero
esto es precisamente lo que esta
ocurriendo a los empleados Fede-
rales que se jubilaron antes del 19
de enero de" 1963.
Una ley aprobada en octubre de
1962 estaba orientada a mantener
el powder adquisitivo de los emplea-
dos jubilados del Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos y a eliminar las in-
certidumbres econ6micas que pesan
sobre quienes depcnden de un in-
greso fijo.
Como resultado de ello ha sido
necesario aplicar 14 ajustes en el
cost de la vida a partir del 10 de
enero de 1963, y un 159 anmento
deberi cntrar cn vigor el pr6ximo
1' de enero de 1975.
El ajuste del 7.4 por ciento es el
tercero en 12 meses y eleva al 20.6
por ciento el aumento acumulativo
recibido por los pensionados desde
enero de 1974.
Traducido a d6lares y centavos,
esto significa que por cada $100
recibidos por los jubilados antes de
enero de 1963, estarin recibiendo
$213.86 despu6s del 1" de enero
de 1975.



N --





George Bell (izquierda), conversa con Myrna P. Manuel
v Carlos A. Bennett, operario de miquina micro-
filmadora, empleados de la Secci6n de Microfilma-

ci6n, que funciona ahora en un local especialmente
disefiado para el efecto en el anexo de la Imprenta de
la Zona del Canal, en La Boca.

Aumenta la Circulaci6n

De Billetes Falsificados

El Anexo de la Imprenta

Mejora Algunos Servicios


91t~ I
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Diciembre 6, 1974

Desde cl 6 hasta el 12 de Diciembre de 1974

Aire Acondicionado
Viernes y sabado-CERRADO
Domingo-The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi"
Jacob (SIT) (G)
Lunes-Bananas (SIT) (PG)
Martes-The Sting (SIT) (PG)
Miercoles-Bank Shot (PG)
Jueves-The Lion's Heart (SIT) (PG)
Viernes y sabado-CERRADO
Domingo-Chinese Hercules (SIT) (PG)
Lunes-The Party (PG)

10:30-De Mujer A Mujer
11:15-Cocina Oster
12:00-Archie y Sabrina
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Polla Hipica y
6:00-Fauna Silvestre
6:30-Tevedds Informa
8:30-Doble Tanda

9:30-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30-Titanes del Ring
:30--Boxeo desde el
2:30-El Santo
3:30-Fuerza Silenciosa
4:00-El Hombre de la
6:30-Ana y el Rey"
7:00-Pinina Quiere a Papa
8:00-El Hombre Nuclear*
9:00-Super Estreno

12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Show de la Una
2:00-Skipy el Canguro
2:30-Plaza S6samoo
4:30-Super Ratin
5:00-Pepe Potamis

a I'al L
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:30-Secreto Animal *
12:30-Juguetes de Garbo0
1:00-Informative del
l:30-Sabados con Martinez
5:00-Daniel Boone
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Barnaby Jones*
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welby*
10:00-Cine Colosal

8:30-Festival de Cartones
8:45-Patrimonto C
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
12:00--Slvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Juguetes de Felix"
1:00-Muy Agradecido�
1:30--Domingo Deportivo *
5:30-El Reino Migico de
Bon Bini*
6:00-El Castillo del Millin
de Juguetes*
6:30--Desfile de Modas de
Harper's Bazaar
8:00-El FBI en Accion
9:00-Hawaii 5-0
10:00-Cine Colosal

11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15 Social Femenino*
11:45 Lassie*
12:15- Variedades del Lunes*
1:00-Informative del
2:30Muchacha italiana
3:00--La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Novela Juvenil
4:00 -Seiorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II O
5:00-El Superveloz
Buggy Buggy*

Mircoles-The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi"
Jacob (SIT) (G)

GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general
Se permitira 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 nines. (R) Restringida.
Los jdvenes de menos de 17 ayos no serin
admitidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompa-
nados de uno de lo. padres a por su guar-
dian legal. (X) No se admitira menores de
17 aios. (SIT) Pelicula con titulos en

o I*En colores. Sofeto a cIambios sin previo aviso.

5:30-El Cascarrabias
6:00-Mi Amigo el Mago
6:30-Tevedos Informa
7:30-Toma *
8:30-Las Calles de S. F'co
9:30-El Aventurero
10:00--Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda




-Los Picapiedras
-Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una
-Skipy el Canguro
-Plaza Sdsamo
-Pantera Rosa
-Lariat Sam
-Mi Amigo el Mago
-Tevedos Informa
-Ironside *
-Cine Favorito
-Ultimas Noticias
-Ultima Tanda

9:30-M-A-S-H *
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda



-Los Picapiedras 4:30-
--Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una 5:00-
-Skipy el Canguro
-Plaza Sesamo 5:30-
-Marine Boy
-Linus Coraz6n de 6:00-
Le6n 6:30-
-Los Honrados Barkleys 7:30-
-Mi Amigo el Mago 8:30-
-Tevedds Informa 9:30-
-El Escuadr6n Fantasma* 10:00-
-Kung Fu 10:30-

-Los Picapiedras
-Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una
-Skipy el Canguro
-Plaza Sisamo
-El Pajaro Loco
-Mi Amigo el Mago
-Tevedis Informa
-Hstoria Policial *
-Cine Misteriom
-Ultimas Noticias
-Ultima Tanda

-Los Picapiedras
Tras la Noticia
-El Show de la Una
-Skipy el Canguro
-Plaza Sdsamo
-La Asombrosa
Sra. Tickle
Laboratorio Submarino
-Josie y los
-Mi Amigo el Mago
-Tevedis Informa
-Los Waltons*
-Los Novatos
-Toque SatAnico
-Ultimas Noticias
Ultima Tanda

Gente en la Noticia

Mayra I. Calder6n, atenta recepcio-
nista del Hospital Corgas, ha pre-
scntado trcs sugerencias al Comite
de Premios por Incentivo de la cm-
presa dcl Canal y todas han sido
adoptadas. "Un excelente record",
en opinion de la Secretaria del Co-
mit6, Yolanda Canfield, quien tiene
por qu6 decirlo. Mayra comenzo a
trabajar en la cmpresa del Canal en
1966 como part del Programa de
Educaci6n Cooperativa. Cumpli6
con exito cl program y para 1967
paso a trabajar en la antigua Casa
de Ilfuspedcs Tivoli, en donde de-
sempefi6 una gran variedad de fun-
ciones, entire ellas la de encargada
de la column "Tivoli Topics" que
publicaba cl SPILLWAY. Dos de
sus sugerencias no significaron aho-
rros econ6micos computables a la
dcpendencia en donde labor, pero
en cambio contribuyeron a simplifi-
car y a mejorar las funciones en su
irea de trabajo. En ambos casos re-
cibi6 el reconocimiento, mediante
certificado y carta del Comite de
Premios por Incentivo. La tercera
sugerencia si represent ahorros
significativos y ello le mereci6 un
reconocimiento en dinero efectivo.
Opina que el Programa de Premios
por Incentivo es bueno, pues pro-
mueve las buenas ideas. "Es agra-
dable saber que una idea de uno le
ha sido aceptada", afiade a conti-
nuaci6n. Estas no han sido las pri-
meras sugerencias hechas por May-
ra, en su afan de mejorar las cosas
en su lugar de trabajo. Sin embargo,
en las ocasiones anteriores sus ini-
ciativas se han producido verbal-
mente y algunas han sido aplicadas,
explica. Mayra se gradu6 hace 2
afios de Licenciada en Administra-
ci6n de Oficinas en la Universidad
Santa Maria La Antigua. Su pr6xi-
ma meta acadamica es obtener la

*A A

El Dr. J. W. Ransone, Director del Hospital Gorgas (derecha), entrega el
Premio por Incentivo a la Srta. Mayra I. Calder6n, recepcionista de ese
centro hospitalario, quien ha presentado tres sugerencias al Comit6 de
Premios por Incentivos, y las tres han sido adoptadas.

maestria en Administraci6n de Ofi-
cinas en la extension de la Univer-
sidad de Oklahoma, en la Zona del
Canal. Entonces le gustaria desem-
pefiarse en el servicio siquiAtrico,
en donde pueda ejercer su vocaci6n
de ayudar a las personas que nece-
siten ayuda. Esa vocaci6n ya tuvo
antes oportunidad de desarrollarla

1 � En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.

5:30-El Clan Yogui y
Cr6nicas de
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Chespirito *
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal
10:45-Programa Educativo
11:15-Social Femenino *
12:15-El Tornillo
1:00-Informativo del
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Novela Juvenil
4:00-Seiiorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II *
5:00-EI Superveloz
Buggy Buggy*
5:30-Risas y Alegria con
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Juicio�
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10 00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

11:00 Festival de Cartones
11:15-Social Femenino*
11:45-Festival de Cartones
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
1:00-lnfermativo del
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30 Novela Juvenil
4:00-Senorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II �
5:00 -luguetes de Felixo
5:30-El Clan Yogui y
Cr6nicas de
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Mundo en Guerra 0

9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

10:45--Programa Educative
11:15-Social Femenino*
12:15-La Criada Bien Criada0
1:00-Informativo del
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Novela Juvenil
4:00-Seflorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II O
5:00-Juguetes de Aldens*
5:30-Risas y Alegria con
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Topo Gigio
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuestiin de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-Social Femenino *
1:00--Informative del
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Novela Juvenil
4:00-Senorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II o
5:00-Mundo de Juguetes de
Aldens de la Central
5:30-El Clan Yogui y
Crdnicas de
Fabulandia 0
6:00 Tolenoticias RPC
7;00 Pentagramal
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Ill 0--Cuestion de Minutos
10:15 La Hora Cero

Miguel A. Zayas R., capataz embalador del Ramo de la Vivienda de la
Division de Servicios Comunales, es felicitado por la ex atleta panameia
Judith Caballero, por el honroso segundo lugar que ocup6 durante la
marat6n que se realize recientemente en homenaje al famoso ex corredor
panamefio Jos6 de la Luz (Lali) Thompson. El event fue organizado por
el corredor Faustino L6pez, con la colaboraci6n del Instituto Nacional de
Deportes, y fue ganada por Nicanor Salamanca. Zayas es portorriquefio.

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Gobernador Vicegobernador Director
de la Zona del Canal de Informaciin
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 deberA estar en la Oficina de Prensa del Canal de PanamA
a mAis tardar el lunes a las 4 p.m. de la semana de publicaci6n. Solamente
cl material urgente puede ser recibido y proccsado para ser usado la misma
sceniana a mais tardar el martes al mediodia. Distribuci6n gratis a todos
los empleados del Canal de Panamn. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
$2.60 al ano. Por Correo A6reo $10 al afio. Los cheques deben hacerse
pagaderos a The Panama Canal Company v dirigidos a: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box \M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

cuando se desempei6 como volun-
taria social en PanamA, y visit en
varias ocasiones el Instituto Feme-
nino de Rehabilitaci6n, el Asilo
Bolivar y otros centros.

Actividad Cultural

En Esc. de Gamboa
Almnnos y maestros de la Escue-
la Primaria de Gamboa combinaron
esfuerzos recientemente, para pre-
sentar una exhibici6n titulada "Via-
jemos por la America Central".
La exposici6n fue inaugurada por
el Dr. Eduardo Ritter Aislan', re-
presentante y director de la Oficina
de la Organizaci6n de Estados Ame-
ricanos en Panamal. Asisticron dig-
natarios de las embajadas de Costa
Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Hon-
duras y Guatemala. Tambicn cstu-
vieron presents delegaciones de los
primeros ciclos Panamai y Amni6ica,
y de las cscuclas Replblica de Gua-
temala, El Salvador, Santa Eufrasia
Pelletiers y de Paraiso.
Las dclegaciones de las csciulas
de Panamn presentaron un progra-
ma cultural, que incluy6 bailes tipi-
cos y canciones de los praises cen-
troamericanos y Panamri.
La exposici6n comprendi6 aspec-
tos hist6ricos v econ6micos del Ist-
mo Centroamericano, y la exhibi-
ci6n de transparencies por la maes-
tra Louisa Landau, del primer gra-
do de la Escuela de Gamboa. Los
padres de los pequefos de Gamboa
proporcionaron informaci6n de esos
paises y la maestra de Espafiol,
Gladys Ureiia, ofreci6 amplia cola-
boraci6n en esta actividad.


Diciembre 8-Fiesta de la Inma-
culada Concepci6n. En Panamin
cs el Dia de la Madre, dia de
fiesta national. En la mafiana, se
ven centenares de nifios y nifias
con sus vestidos de primer co-
Iuni'n y por la tarde, en mu-
chas poblalaciones y en la ciudad
de Panama, sale la procesi6n de
la Inmaculada.
Diciembre 15-Fiestas patronalcs
de Pcnonom6, cabecera de la
Provincia de Cocde.
Diciembre 25--Ficsta de la Navi-
dad, que celebra todo el mundo
catolico. I .a nc hc d lia vispira,
los padres desde mayi modestos
'lir sos rinemo'iIran p)or anlici-
i ado t los rIgalos ((ie rccibi( (dl
Niieio l'esIs lde los iic(\es Mal;(g s v
regalan a siis pep1 el-loi s jiigl(.tcs
s olros contratc(inimiiie to . Ignal
ocllrre (oil los adults ('1 esli
fi'clia ( o )si isaci(o) dc los plin-
cipios de pax y a.illor.

Pigina 2




Diciembre 6, 1974


Joe Watson Termina el 28

Brillante Hoja de Servicio

El primer memorandum que se
puso en el cartapacio de los archi-
vos de la Direcci6n de Personal
sobre un joven llamado Joseph M.
Watson, de 20 afios, en junior de
1940 servia para cambiar su status
de temporal a permanent como ofi-
cinista general, con un sueldo de
Treinta y cuatro afios despu6s,
otro memorandum fechado en ju-
nio de 1974, recomienda al mismo
Joseph M. Watson, que ha llegado
a ser Funcionario Jefe de Personal
de la Direcci6n de Ingenieria y
Construcci6n, para que se le otor-
gue por quinta vez el premio por
desempefio sobresaliente en el tra-
bajo y un aumento por calidad
superior de trabajo.
Joe Watson, quien se prepare a
jubilarse este mes, tiene sumo orgu-
1lo en sefialar que todas las cartas
de encomio, de agradecimiento o
de recomendaci6n para un premio
que se le han escrito, mencionan su
trabajo con las personas, pues su
principal interns es ]a gente, ya sea
dentro o fuera del trabajo.
Una de las cartas resume las nu-
merosas citaciones que se le han
hecho con una brillante frase: "Su
caracteristica sobresaliente consis-

Empleado de Sanidad

Participa en Marat6n

Del Dia de la Madre
Francisco Elias Torres, empleado
de la Divisi6n de Sanidad del Canal,
sera uno de los competidores que
estarAn el pr6ximo domingo 8 de
diciembre en el Punto de Partida,
frente al Edificio Avesa en la Via
Espafia, para participar en el Mara-
t6n de Veteranos que se ha organi-
zado para esa fecha en honor a las
madres panamefias.
Torres, quien se desempefiacomo
exterminador de mosquitos, es un
veteran competitor en carreras de
aliento. Sus mejores afios como fon-
dista, recuerda, fueron en los tiem-
pos en que Faustino L6pez, preci-
samente el organizador del mara-
t6n del domingo, destacaba en el
atletismo panameio.
Para esta nueva aventura, Torres
se ha preparado con especial esme-
ro. Todas las madrugadas practice,
alternando su centro de prActicas
entire el Paseo de la Avenida Balboa
y la playa de FarfAn. "Estoy con-
fiado en que llegar6 primero a la
meta en esta ocasi6n", terminal

te en que reconoce, comprende y
se da cuenta de que trata con per-
sonas, con emociones y con el com-
portamiento human, no simple-
mente con pedazos de papel".
La lista de "deberes adicionales"
de Watson parece igual a la des-
cripci6n de empleo de cualquier
empleado. Durante este tiempo,
ha sido Consejero de Igualdad de
Oportunidades de Empleo, Funcio-
nario de Guardia Ayudante en el
Centro de Comando del Goberna-
dor, Miembro del Crupo en el Co-
mit6 Asesor sobre Quejas, Exami-
nador de Audiencias, Notario Pi-
blico y miembro de la Directiva de
los Seguros Colectivos.
Es una prueba evidence de que
mientras mLs cosas lleva a cabo una
persona, mis tiempo puede encon-
trar para Ilevar a cabo otros pro-
Su preocupaci6n por las perso-
nas para las cuales y con las que
trabaj6 se ha manifestado tambien
en sus actividades fuera del tra-
Durante 9 afios, fue tesorero de
la Asociaci6n de Educaci6n Espe-
cial de la Zona del Canal; en dos
ocasiones, de 1966 a 1968 y de
1972 a 1973, fue president del
Comit6 Administrativo de la Junta
Hebrea de Beneficencia y durante
10 afios, fue miembro de ese co-
Ha sido miembro de la directive
de la Cruz Roja Americana y su
jefe de relaciones pdblicas, miem-
bro de la Legi6n Americana y de
la Orden de Masoneria.
Durante muchos afios ha traba-
jado en las producciones teatrales
que todos los afios se ofrecen a be-
neficio de la Campafia Federal
Combinada. Trabaj6 tras bastido-
res, en la taquilla y fue gerente
commercial de las obras "Hombre de
La Mancha", "Oliver!", "Mame",
"Festival" y "Un Violinista en el
Watson es president de la Co-
operativa de CrBdito de la Zona
del Canal, durante 6 afios fue
miembro de su junta directive y
durante mis de 20 afios, miembro
del comit6 de cr6ditos.
En 1972, el Gobernador David
S. Parker reconoci6 los sobresa-
lientes servicios prestados a la co-
munidad del Istmo por Watson, al
otorgarle el medall6n de bronce de
Premio por Servicios PiAblicos.
Watson y su esposa Audrey, par-
tirin de la Zona del Canal el 28
de diciembre para establecer su
residencia en el N9 3690, Breeze-
mont Drive, Sarasota, Florida.

Estudiantes de distintos niveles de la Escuela Secun- Los alumnos, que en esta ocasi6n fueron acompaniados
daria de Paraiso visitaron recientemente el Edificio de por el Profesor Alfredo Taylor, visitan distintas depen-
Administraci6n del Canal de Panami, durante una dencias, talleres e industries de Panama, Col6n y la
excursion que forma parte de las actividades progra- Zona del Canal a fin de orientar convenientemente
madas por el Departamento de Orientaci6n del Plantel. sus respectivas vocaciones.

Funciona en Rainbow City Capitulo Consejos Para

Local de los Lideres Comerciales Evitar Robos

El capitulo de Rainbow City de
los Futuros Lideres Comerciales de
Am6rica, ha iniciado funciones,
luego de la ceremonia de instala-
ci6n celebrada recientemente, como
parte sobresaliente de los actos pro-
gramados en ocasi6n de la Semana
de la Educaci6n Americana.
Un aspect de originalidad cons-
tituy6 el acto de instalaci6n del ca-
pitulo, que cont6 con la asistencia
de destacadas personalidades de
Panam6 y la Zona del Canal. Y fue
que el program se desarroll6 inte-
gramente en espafiol.

Hay Despedida

Para J. Watson
El 12 de diciembre tendrl lugar
una fiesta de despedida en honor
a Joe Watson y Sra. Audrey de
Watson. La fiesta se celebrarA en
la Cafeteria del Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n y se extenderA desde las
4 a las 6 p.m.
Los boletos cuestan $4 y pueden
conseguirse con Douglas Schmidt,
52-3375; Gladstone Gordon, 52-
7982 y Patricia Flores, 52-3498.

Correspondi6 al Dr. Glen Mur-
phy, Rector de la Universidad de
la Zona del Canal, juramentar a la
primera directive. Participaron en el
acto cinco miembros destacados del
capitulo Phi Beta Lambda de los
Futuros Lideres de Am6rica en la
Universidad de Ia Zona del Canal.
Estos fueron Tula Ballarios, Maria
Luisa Charles, Janet Goodwin,
Candy Herrera y Martha RomAn.
La primera Junta Directiva del
Capitulo de Rainbow City de los
Futuros Lideres Comerciales de
PanamA la integran Alberto Palmer,
president; Lidia Trottman, vice-
presidente; Nora Whitaker, secre-
taria; Angela Innis, tesorera y
Greca Mead, vocal.
La Profesora Ana T. Bennett,
supervisor de instrucci6n de las
Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, dio lectura a un
mensaje personal enviado por el
fundador de los Futuros Lideres
Comerciales de Am6rica, Dr. Ham-
den L. Forkner.
La agrupaci6n recientemente
fundada es patrocinada por la Pro-
fesora Dorothy Piper, quien inspire
a los j6venes para que establecieran
un capitulo local de los Futuros
Lideres Comerciales de America.

La temporada de Navidad, que
ya ha comenzado es cuando an-
damos apurados, atolondrados y Ue-
vando mis dinero que de costum-
bre. Tambi6n constitute el tiempo
en que los carteristas y ladrones
hacen de las suyas.
Para ayudarlo a defender su di-
nero ]a Divisi6n de Policia hace
estas advertencias:
* Las damas no deben poner sus
carteras sobre el mostrador de una
* No pongan sus carteras en las
carretillas de compra en tiendas y
* No usen carteras de colgar al
hombro, especialmente si son teji-
das o de macrame.
+ Use carter con mango o una
que usted pueda llevar debajo del
brazo y ll6vela con el cierre pegado
a su cuerpo.
* Mantenga en casa una lista de
los nimeros de las tarjetas de cr6-
dito que usted Ileve consigo.
Y lo mis important, si le qui-
tan la carter, no luche, pues su
vida vale mis que el dinero que
pueda llevar. Grite pidiendo ayu-
da. Llame a la policia. No espere
a llegar a casa para poner la queja.

S.--l-[I En Torneo Nacional

Descoll6 Equipo de Paraiso

La representaci6n de Paraiso en los Primeros Juegos Nacionales para J6venes Impedidos aparece
en la foto, con los profesores responsables de su preparaci6n y con el Director de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Paraiso, Profesor Dubois Andrews. Son, parados, de izquierda a derecha: George Head-
ley, Leona Headley, Profesor Alcides Bernal, H. Cumberbatch, Profesor Andrews, Profesora
Doris Zambrano, Profesor Audley Webster, Emilio Sainten, Jose Albeo, entrenador Julio C.
Sinclair y Gardel Pomare. Agachados, en el mismo orden: Noel Pilgrim, Rigoberto Griffith,
Guillermo Griffith, Encarnaci6n Albeo y Juan F. Martinez. No aparece en la foto Ricardo Griffin.

Un excelente desempefio tuvieron los atle-
tas que representaron a Paraiso en los Pri-
meros Juegos Deportivos Nacionales para
impedidos fisicos y mentales, organizados
por el Instituto Panamefio de Habilitaci6n
Especial (IPHE). La representaci6n de Pa-
raiso, que se sum6 a la selecci6n de la Pro-
vincia de PanamA en las competencias pro-
vinciales, estuvo integrada por 12 unida-
des, 11 varones y 1 nifia.
La selecci6n de Paraiso, cuyo escaso noi-
mero se debi6 al poco tiempo con que se
cont6 para su preparaci6n, obtuvo 12 pre-
seas, 11 en atletismo y 1 en nataci6n.
Por Paraiso tuvo una sobresaliente ac-
tuaci6n George Headley quien obtuvo me-
dalla de oro en relevo 4 por 100 metros,
de plata en los 75 metros pianos, lanza-
miento de bala y del disco y en salto alto,
y la medalla de bronce en los 100 metros
pianos, para totalizar seis preseas. Su her-
mana Leona gan6 medalla de oro en lanza-
miento del disco y de plata en lanzamiento
de bala.
Emilio Sainten tuvo tambi6n una desta-
cada actuaci6n, al adjudicarse medallas de
oro en las competencias de lanzamiento de
bala y del disco. Pomare Gardel gan6 la
otra medalla de oro lograda por la repre-
sentaci6n de Paraiso, al triunfar en relevo
4 por 100.

Juan F. Martinez logr6 la solitaria meda-
Ila de plata en nataci6n, en la competencia
de 50 metros estilo espalda. Ricardo Griffin
contribuy6 con la causa de la Provincia de
PanamA, al ganar medalla de bronce en
lanzamiento de bala.
"A pesar de las limitaciones fisicas de los
j6venes de Paraiso, su desempeflo puede
considerarse de alta calidad en el nivel en
que se desempeilan", dijo el Profesor Alci-
des Bemal, de Educaci6n Fisica, al comen-
tar su rendimiento. Record que un egre-
sado de Educaci6n Especial en Paraiso lo-
gr6 el anio pasado una beca, como resul-
tado de su excelente desempefio en los
Bernal afirma que algunas unidades de
Educaci6n Especial de Paraiso han logrado
descollar tanto en diversas ramas del de-
porte, que han llegado a representar a la
escuela en competencias intercolegiales.
Los atletas de Educaci6n Especial de Pa-
raiso participan en cuanta actividad recrea-
tiva y de deportes organizan los profesores
de los planteles primaries y secundarios. De
alli que logren un 6ptimo desarrollo de sus
facultades fisicas, cualidad que permitieron
lue los representantes de Paraiso lograran
in excelente desempefio en el torneo recien-
te, reservado para j6venes entire los 12 y
17 aiios con 6 meses.

Pagina 3


Diciembre 6, 1974

Juez Brown Sera Orador

En Homenaje a la Madre

Clifford Barter, recepcionista de la Oficina Central de
Empleos del Canal de PanamA durante mis de 33 afios,
fue la primera persona que vieron la mayoria de los
actuales empleados del Canal, cuando vinieron a buscar
trabajo por estos lados. El viernes 22, fecha en que fue
efectiva su jubilaci6n, sus compafieros de trabajo de

Plausible Labor Cumplen los . ..

TambiCn han consumido por lo
menos 300 horas hombre en 149
falsas alarmas.
El Jefe de la Divisi6n de Bom-
beros K. T. Daly y un comandante
en ambos lados del Istmo estAn en-
cargados de proteger de incendios
las comunidades de la Zona del
Canal, incluyendo las Areas mili-

Aumenta la..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Cualquiera que sienta alguna dife-
rencia en los billetes que manipula,
debe examinarlos detenidamente y
compararlos con aquellos de pro-
bada legitimidad.

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
tares, embarcaciones y equipo flo-
tante que utilicen las aguas del
Canal, asi como las Areas que alma-
cenen explosives, products quimi-
cos peligrosos, etc.
Combatir un promedio de mAs de
dos incendios al dia y responder a
casi toda llamada de emergencia
que se produzca es mAs que sufi-
ciente para un equipo de 148 hom-
bres. Pero ellos hacen mAis que eso.
Personal de la Divisi6n se ocupa
tambi6n de desarrollar un program
de prevenci6n de incendios que in-
cluie 370 demostraciones, confe-
rencias, exhibiciin de peliculas y
otras areas similares con estudian-
tes, empleados y pilblico en general.
Un program intensive desarro-


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La solicited debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a mas
tardar site (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publicaci6n. Si hace solicited para mas
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. Debera someterse una solicited separada
para cada categoria de empleo. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras negritas. Los salaries
indicados serin aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. por medio del diferencial apropiado
ademas del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo I indica que es necesario un
examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad done puede emplearse
solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Los requisites pueden ser revisados en el Ramo de
Empleos y Colocaciones, Edificio 366, Anc6n o Edificio 1105, Cristobal. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Colocaciones, telfonos 52-7996, 52-7501, 52-3583 6 43-1288. No
deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.
* Sujeto a reclasificacidn a Trabajador en Adiestramiento NM-I/MG-1. Los empleados que
esten en el program de trabajadores en adiestramiento pueden solicitar cambios dentro del

Ilado durante la Semana de Preven-
cion de Incendios incluy6 un con-
curso de cartelones y composicio-
nes (ne hizo merecedor a los estu-
diantes de la escuela triunfadora a
certificados de miembros honorarios
del Cuerpo de Bomberos.

El Juez Darrell 1. Brown, de la
Corte de Cirist6bal, sent el orador
invitado durante el Acto de IHomce-
najc a la Madre del Aino del sector
Atiintico, que ofreccrtA el Club
Circulo Siete el pr6ximo domingo S
de diciembre a partir dc las 4 p.m.,
en e1 auditorio de IRainbow City.
La madre escogida cste afio re-
cibirta el trofco Roy Watson y in
El trofeo (que so ecntregara a la
Madre del AAno, instaurado el afio
pasado por el dirigcnte communal
Roy Watson, seri entregado nueva-
mente por este. El valioso obse-
quio adicional que se entregarl a
la dama que reciba la distinci6n
de Madre del Anio ha sido ofrecido
por la firm Dabah & Co.
El Juez Brown naci6 en Hora-
tio, Arkansas, y asisti6 a la Escuela
Secundaria del Condado de Sevier,
en donde se gradu6 con honors.
Destac6 como un consagrado atle-
ta. En la Universidad de Arkansas
obtuvo su licenciatura en Sicologia
y Sociologia, y posteriormente su
doctorado en Derecho.
Su excelente desempefio acad6-
mico y en los deportees le mereeic-

Juez Darrell F. Brown

ron becas que aprovech para al-
canzar los titulos acad6micos. Fue
nombrado Juez de la Corte de Cris-
t6bal en septiembre de 1972.
Actualmente es miembro de la
Junta Directiva de la Cruz Roja,
capitulo de la Zona del Canal de
Senda Unida y de los Exploradores
de Am6rica, capitulo de la 'ona
del Canal.

Se Presentan los Melodaires

El domingo 15 de diciembre se
presentarai en la Iglesia Santiago
Ap6stol, de Rio Abajo, el popular
coro de voices masculinas y femeni-
nas los Cleff Melodaires, que ha ve-
nido desarrollando una series de
aplaudidas presentaciones en ambos
sectors del Istmo.
El coro, integrado en su gran
mayoria por empleados de la em-
presa del Canal, el Ejrcito y las
Fuerzas Armadas sc present el pa-

El Anexo de la Imprenta . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)

Cirilo Alexander est, a cargo del
Adres6grafo, o sea la maquina de
imprimir direcciones, quo ocupa una
de las secciones del anexo.
El personal y equipo de la uni-
clad estaban ubicados anteriormente
en el Dep6sito Central de Docu-
mentos. Al trasladar la unidad a la
imprenta se elimina la necesidad de
llevar el material impreso al Dep6-
sito de Documentos para que se le
imprima la direcci6n. John M.
Purvis, Superintendente de la Im-
prenta vaticina que las requisicio-
nes serin atendidas con mayor
prontitud una vez scan eliminados
los problems, al ponerse en vigor
los nucvos procedimientos. Como
primera muestra, un trabajo ya es-

Se Anuncian ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
do lo harin de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m. Estas
secciones estarin cerradas en Na-
vidad y Aino Nuevo.
La Jugueteria del Pacifico estard
abierta de 12 m. a 8 p.m. todos los
dias, excepci6n del martes 24 de
diciembre, cuando abrirti de 9 a.m.
a 4 p.m.
Las cafeterias de Margarita y de
Diablo Heights abririn las 24 ho-
ras del dia durante todas las festi-
vidades de fin de ario, incluyendo
la Navidad y el Aino Nuevo.
Todos los demAs almacenes de
ventas al deal, centros de servicio,
estaciones de expendio de gasoline,
y canchas de bolos laborarin du-
rante las horas acostumbradas, ex-
cepcion del dia de Navidad y Anio
Nuevo, cuando permanecerAn ce-
Los cines laborarin de conformi-
(lad al program scmanal previa-
mente anunciado.

ierre por Inventario
El Ramo de Almacenaje de la Di-
vision de Almacenes ha hecho sa-
her que la Secci6n E de Balboa y
la Seecitn N dte Miraflores penna-
neceran cerradas por inventario du-
rante todo el dia lunes 16 de di-
ciembre de 1974 y nuevamente,
para recuento, el 2 de enero de
1975, dia jueves.

taba en manos del interesado 7 dias
antes de lo previsto.
Mienhras la unidad responsible
de las direcciones y cl dep6sito me-
joran la eficiencia y disminuyen los
gastos, la unidad de microfilmaci6n
ailade una especie de toque drami-
tico al nuevo edificio.
Del pequefio cuarto que ocupaba
anteriormente en la Estaci6n del
Fcrrocarril, en Balboa, la Unidad
de Microfilmaci6n ocupa ahora un
espacio de 1.450 pies cuadrados del
anexo. La secci6n hace recorder una
sala cinematogrAfica.
El espacio adicional disponible
en la secci6n que ocupa microfilma-
cion permitirA establecer el siste-
ma de reproducciones de pianos de
la Division de Ingenieria y de una
mAquina especial para la reproduc-
ciOn en blanco de los dibujos de

sado viernes 22 de novienlbre en
una "Extravaganza" del Dia de
Acci6n de Gracias, en funcidn ccle-
brada en Col6n con los auspicios
del Club de Mujeres Industriosas.
La presentaci6n del coro se ini-
ciara a las 4 p.m. en la Iglesia San-
tiago Ap6stol, ubicada en la Calle
16 de Rio Abajo. Se cobrarAi una
modica suma a los concurrentes.
Previamente 'el coro, formado
por 20 voices masculinas y 19 feme-
ninas, habia cumplido presentacio-
nes en la Sala Soujourners el 27 de
octubre y el 10 de noviembre en
Fucrte Amador, esta ultima patro-
cinada por la Asociaci6n Nacional
para la Superaci6n de la Cente de
Color (NAACP).
El coro es dirigido por Edmund
Squires, de servicio en el Colnando
Auxiliar de Logistica, en Corozal.
Fungen como president y vicc-
presidente Franklvn RBecc' y Stan-
Icy Hall, del Almac'n de Ventas al
Detal de Balboa y el llamto dc lc-
clamos de la Contraloria, respccti-
vamente. Albcrto Lord es el direc-
tor asistente.
Los dema:is directives son: Adrian
McCalla, de Operaciones de Trin-
sito de la Direcci6n de Marina, se-
crctario; Arthur Lee, de Ingenicria
del Ej6rcito, subseccretario; Evelyn
Squires, del frigorifico de Corozal,
tescrero; Victor Cray, de El Pana-
nm'' Anmrica, agent de publicidad;
Henry Forrest, secretario de rela-
ciones plblicas y Alrich Campbell,
representante en el sector Atlintico.

Hosp. Coco Solo Gan6 Premio '74

El Departamento de Dietltica
del Hospital Coco Solo se hizo
acreedor al Premio de Sanidad por
segundo aino consecutive. El pre-
mio fue entregado por el Director
de Salubridad del Canal, Dr. Bed-
ford H. Berrey, el pasado viernes
15 de noviembre.
El Hospital Coco Solo recibi6
similar distinci6n on 1964.
La Division de Sanidad, cuyos
inspectors realizan visits todos
los meses a los establecimientos de
expendio de comidas en la Zona del
Canal, ofrece para esta temporada
su informed de los iultimos 12 mess
y recomiendan al Director de Sa-
lubridad el establecimiento que, a
su juicio, merece el premio.
Los establecimientos que regis-
tren 12 informed consecutivos sin
deficiencias en material de sanidad,
son seleccionados para optar al
anhelado premio.
El Dr. Berrey elogi6 al personal
encargado de la cocina por ss ex-
celente desempefio que require
"diaria motivaciotn" v "acctin pcr-
manente" para garantizar que sc
mantengan siempre los niv\cles ade-
ciados de calidad en las comidas,
como imcdida de salubridad pilblica
y en beneficio del consumidor.

El Premio de Sanidad hace refe-
rencia al internss creative y los es-
fuerzos realizados por mantener los
niveles de limpieza y de sanidad
ambiental scg6in revelan los infor-
ines miensuales de las inspeccioncs
sanitarias, asi como cl espiritu de
colaboraci6n proporcionado a las
autoridades de salubridad en la
Zona, a fin de promoter la said v
prevenir las enfermedades".

Venderan Desde
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
tencia de arbolitos, estos podran ser
adql|iridos durante las horas tnorma-
les de tralajo en los almacenes de
ventas al detal de Paraiso y Rain-
bow City
Hlabri ldos class lde arbolitos.
Ios abetos, qiue lhan sido clasifica-
d:,s en tres class. Aquellos ('
al)aricncia mtjor al prointldio so
\ undi'rAn a $6.50; los dc aptaritnciia
plromdio a $5.50 y los de apia-
ricniCia de minor calidad S3.50. l.os
Ailolces grades para entidadlcs so
venderaii a 820.
Los pinos sc vend(rnin a $t lcada

l.os arbolitos scriAn entrgados a
doliicilio por $1 adicional.

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la Oficina Central de Empleos le hicieron una fiestecita
durante la cual Gordon Frick, Director de Personal,
a la derecha, le entreg6 personalmente su certificado
de jubilaci6n. En el centro aparece la esposa de Barter,
Sra. Irene S. de Barter, a quien los compafieros de
Barter obsequiaron un bello ramo de flores.