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The Panama Canal spillway =

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

Subjects

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

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

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

Full Text


Gift of the Panama C'anal iMuseum


More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce


The Panama Canal Spillway


Vol. XIII, No. 28


Friday, January 10, 1975


Thatcher Ferry Bridge


Accident Rate Drops


Frequent users of the Thatcher
Ferry Bridge during the past few
years have noticed several modifica-
tions to the posted signs and the
roadway itself. What they may not
know is that since those changes
were made there have been fewer
accidents despite an increase in
traffic.
From August 1973, when the
work was completed, to August
1974, there was a reduction of 18.1
percent in the accident rate on the
bridge and the approaches over
the previous 12-month period. Dur-
ing the sane time, traffic using the
bridge increased by 33 percent.
Perhaps more important, there
have been fewer serious accidents.
In 1972, there were three fatalities;
in 1973, there was one; and in
1974, there was none.
The Engineering Division began
designing the improvements early
in 1972, and the Maintenance and
Electrical divisions and a local con-
tractor did the work.
As the project was carried out,
overhead signs were installed to
direct slow-moving traffic to the
right lane and traffic traveling be-


School Hour

Changes Now

Being Studied
The question of a straight-through
day for some elementary schools on
an experimental basis will be dis-
cussed January 14 by the Governor's
Advisory Committee on Education
(GACOE). Later a public meeting
will be held on the matter.
The straight-through lay for the
elementary schools has been a topic
of local interest for a number of
years. During the past winter's fuel
crisis many suggestions on how to
save fuel were received by the Su-
perintendent of Schools' Office and
several persons suggested eliminat-
ing busing elementary children
home at noon.
A regular at-school lunch period
could not easily be provided for all
children because the elementary
schools do not have dining areas,
kitchens, cafeterias, refrigeration, or
drink-dispensing facilities, or any
plans for these facilities. In view of
this, it was suggested that the I
hour and 15-minute lunch period be
shortened and an earlier dismissal
time in the afternoon be permitted.
The plan of the straight-through l
day schedule is 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
with no change in instructional time
for students nor the amount of time
that teachers are on duty. A short
snack period in the classroom for
the children to eat would be
included in the schedule.
The Division of Schools, with the
concurrence of CACOE, decided to
have selected elementary schools in
a specific area pilot a straight-
through day for a limited period of
time, provided there is sufficient in-
terest and agreement among the
parents, teachers and children and
transportation could be provided
without adverse effects upon the
remainder of the schools.
The principals and teachers were
surveyed for interest and transporta-
tion representatives were contacted
to determine if transportation could
le provided for the 8 a.m. to 1:30
(Continued on p. 4)


tween 30 and 40 miles per hour to
the left lane. Directional overhead
signs were installed on the east bank
indicating the proper lane for access
to the Fort Amnador off-ramp, Aveni-
da de los Poetas and Fourth of July
Avenue. Thirty-three signs deter-
mined to be superfluous were re-
moved.
On the roadway itself, raised
pavement markers were installed to
delineate the lanes, a left-turn lane
was constructed at the intersection
of Farfan Road, and the entrance to
the overlook area on the west bank
of the Canal was modified.


Gov. Parker

To Open 1975

UW Auto Show
Gov. David S. Parker will open
the annual United Way Auto Show
on Thursday, January 16, at the Bal-
boa Skating Rink on Diablo Road.
The show will continue through
Sunday, January 19.
Automobile agencies in Panama
will display their latest models in-
cluding a number of economy cars.
In addition, Panama boat agencies
will have their latest model crafts
on exhibit.
The auto show will be open from
5 to 10 p.m. on Thursday and Fri-
(lay and from 2:30 to 10 p.m. on
Saturday and Sunday.
There is ample outside space
available for agencies in Panama
that wish to exhibit farm equipment
or other kind of equipment that re-
quires a large outdoor area.
Anyone interested in displaying
automobiles, boats and equipment
may call Rogelio Quintero, tele-
phone 23-0139, or R. W. Chesson,
52-6227, cochairmen for the event.
Residents of Panama and the
Canal Zone are invited to attend
the display.


Adjustments

Are Made in

Annuities
Two cost- of - living increases,
granted July 1, 1974, and January 1,
1975, for Federal retirees will be
reduced bv 1/10 of 1 percent each
because of a reduction in the pre-
viously reported Consumer Price
Index by the Bureau of Labor Sta-
tistics.
The Civil Service Commission an-
nounced the cost-of-living increase
which became effective July 1,
1974, will be reduced from the pre-
viously announced 6.4 percent to
6.3 percent, and the increase which
became effective January 1, 1975,
will be reduced from 7.4 percent to
7.3 percent.
Recovery of the small overpay-
ments, about $1 per month in most
cases, to annuitants resulting from
the July 1, 1974, increase will be
waived for the period of July 1,
1974, through December 31, 1974.
Further overpayments resulting from
the July increase but made for the
months of January, February and
March 1975 will occur because of
tinw needed to make changes in
computer programs. These overpay-
ments will be recovered through
small reductions in checks delivered
May 1. A complete explanation will
lte sent to each annuitant as soon as
possible.
Civil service annuity increases are
tied to the Consumer Price Index
published by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics. The July 1, 1974, annuity
increase was based on the April
1974 CPI report and the January 1
increase was based on the October
1974 report.
On December 6, 1974, the Bu-
reau of Labor Statistics discovered
and announced that an error had
been made in the April CPI report
and the error thus hifluenced each
subsequent CPI report.


A. L. Gallin Is Appointed


Deputy Marine Director

Capt. Alvin L. Gallin, who until Captain Callin has been active in
recently served as the Chief of the community affairs since his arrival
Transit ()Operations Division, has ,on the Isthmus. IIe was the first
been appointed Deputy Director of male president of the Canal Zone
the Marine Bureau. Girl Scout Council; was on the
Ie came to the Isthmuis in Jull bIoard of directors of the Cristobal-
1967 as Chief of the Navigation Di- C
Colon Rotary Cull; on the Corn-
vision and since then has served in
various positions within the Canal mnittee of Management of the Cris-
organization. In December 1968, tobal YMCA; was Atlantic side vice
Captain Callin was promoted to Ma- president of the Red Cross; is now
rine Director, a post he held until president of the Fort Clayton Riding
October 1970. Cul), and is a member of local
In 1970, he was named Chief of fraternal, sex ice and veterans orga-
the Industrial Division and in Octo- nizations.
her 1973. he returned to the Marine
Bureau as Cbief of the Transit Oper-
ations Division when this unit was
established. J*
In 1971, Captain Gallin was -
awarded the U.S. Army Legion of
Merit for meritorious service as "
Chief of the Navigation Division
and Marine Director. This award '
was presented by1 Cov. David S. '
Parker.
A native of Nex York (City, Cap- 4
tain Callinll is a 1942 graduate iof lthe
U.S. Naval Acadleml and later
'arned a mast',r's degree iln persoln-
nel Imnagiaement at Sail Diego State
College. A. L. Gallin


Wrapped in plastic for protection from the elements, an unusual cargo of
trolley cars transits the Canal aboard the "Goldstone," bound for Portland,
Oreg. Built in 1920 by the J. G. Brill Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., the cars
were first used in Portugal and recently purchased for use by the City of
Portland. Earlier, the City of Yakima, Wash., purchased some sister cars
for use in the city's bicentennial celebration.


Electrical Division Works


On Xmas Day Emergency


A contingent of Panama Canal
Electrical Division personnel worked
through Christmas to locate and re-
pair electrical cable damage that
left residents of Fort Sherman with
only a minimal emergency power
supply.
At about 10 a.m. on Decem-
ber 24, a relay tripped at Gatun
Hlydroelectric Station, alerting per-
sonnel on duty that there was
trouble along the 6.9 kilovolt cable
supplying power to Fort Sherman.
The Mount Hope Field Office im-
mediately dispatched maintenance
crews to locate the damage.
The cable runs through swampy
terrain, which meant it would be
difficult and time-consuming to find
and eliminate the problem. So
other Electrical Division employees


Zone Residents

Help to Reduce

Use of Energy
If the amount of energy con-
seruied in employee housing during
the first quarter of fiscal year 1974
is a portent of things to come, Canal
Zone residents will do more than
their share in achieving President
Ford's goal: to hold energy con-
sumption to a level 15 percent below
the amount consumed in fiscal year
1973.
In the months July through Octo-
ber 1974, employees used 5,521
tewer megawatt hours of electricity
than in the same period in 197:3 for
a 13.2 percent reduction.
Dr. Horace C. Loftin, the Canal
organization's Energy Conservation
Coordinator, has come up with a
list of ideas that will help residents
of Canal Zonet townsites to meet or
surpass the President's goal.
Beginning next weCk, the SPILL-
w.ay will publish these easy-to-do
energy sa\lrs for users of refrigera-
tors, freezer, electric ranges, dish-
\\aslhrs, sw'ater heaters, and washers
and (dr\ ers.


helped personnel of the U.S. Army
Facilities Engineer connect a 400-
kilowatt emergency generator lo-
cated at Battery Pratt to the main
system. This ensured that residents
would at least have light and re-
frigeration for Christmas Eve.
By late afternoon the trouble was
known to lie in one 3,800-foot sec-
tion of cable, along the road to Fort
Sherman, but the exact location was
still unknown. Those Electrical Di-
vision personnel involved would
have to report for work at 7 a.m.
on Christmas Day.
Work continued on Christmas
until nightfall without results. One
bright spot in the day was the hot
turkey dinner the Army provided
those working in the field.
The day after Christmas found
the men hard at work again. They
located the trouble spot, repaired
the damage, and were ready to re-
store power when they discovered
that another section of the cable
had been damaged. That damage
was located behind the Tarponl
Clul, near the Gatun spillway.
BRepairs were completed by 7:30
that night, and full power was re-
stored to the Fort Sherman area.
)ue to the outstanding coopera-
tion between Electrical Divisiio
employees and U.S. Army personnel
throughout the period of crisis, the
task was accomplished promptly\ and
with a minimum of inconvenience
to Fort Sherman residents.
The Electrical Division emplo\ -
ees whose dedicated efforts thrioun'l
the holi da time contributed to the
success of the mission were: Carlhs
Atencio, Carlyle L. Cobhiam, Anl -
dee S. Erinna, John C. Francis. Da-
vid (onziAlez, Guillermo 11,o Jack
B. Love, Reginald A. Mason, Hicar-
do A. Ortega, Reginald A. Minr,
Joseph Pitters, Richard Swearingein,
and Robert B. Vacle.
These are (the men Brig. (;,iI.
William R. Richardson, Commuan-
der, lHeadquarters, 193d Infanihhi
Brigade (Canal Zone) referred to inl
his letter to Engineering and Con-
(Conitinued on p. 4)


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TilE PANANIA CANAL SI'ILLW\XAY


(Schedule subject in change without notice)


FRIDAY, JANUARY 10
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30- Cartoon Carnival
4:50-Another World
5:10-Information Special: "Alternatives"
5:35 -Jackpot
6:00 -Dateline
6:40-Password
7:05-Bonanza
7:55-Science Screen Report
8:10-CBS News: Sixty Minutes
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Danger Has Two Faces"
10:55-Entertainment Special: "The House
and the Brain"
12:00-Day at Night

SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
11:55-NFC Championship: Minnesota vs.
Los Angeles (Color)
2:20-NCAA Basketball: UCLA vs.
Maryland
3:45-All-Star Wrestling
4:30-The American Sportsman
5:10-Buck Owens Ranch Show
5:35-Jerry Vale's World
6:00-Weekend '75
6:15-Primus
6:40-Monty Nash
7:05-Room 222
7:30-The Partridge Family
8:00-Qub Pasa?
8:05-Arthur
8:30-Good Times
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
"The European Connection"
10:35-Crere Feature: "Tower of Terror"
(Adult)
12:05-Jimmy Dean

SUNDAY, JANUARY 12
12:00-Christopher Close-Up
12:15-The Life of Jesus
12:45-AFC Championship: Oakland vs.
Pittsburgh (Color)
3:00-Super Bowl
6:00-Chronicle
6:40-Bob Newhart
7:05-Carol Burnett Show
8:00-Qu6 Pasa?
8:05-The Avengers (Series ends)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "The Eleanor Roosevelt
Story"
10:50-The Weekend Tonight Show

MONDAY, JANUARY 13
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-Another World
5:10-Knowledge Alcohol
5:35-Truth or Consequences


-Dateline
-Let's Make a Deal
-Ben Casey
-Que Pasa?
-The New Bill Coshy Show
-Focus on Today
-The Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl:
North Carolina State vs.
Houston (Color)


TUESDAY, JANUARY 14
3:00-New Zoo Revue
3:25--Animal World
3:50-Electric Company
4:20-Andy Griffith
4:50-Another World
5:10-Jack La Lanne
5:35-The New Price Is Right
6:00-Dateline
6:40-The French Chef
7:05-Laredo
8:00--Qu Pasa?
8:05-information Special: "NBC News:
Special Edition"
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "The First Texan"
10:40-Mike Douglas

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15
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
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Martin Luther King Anniversary
Special
7:05-Julia (Series ends)
7:30-Green Acres (Series ends)
8:00-Quo Pasa?
8:05-The Way It Was
8:30-Victory at Sea (Series ends)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Hollywood TV Theater:
"The Sky of the Blind Pig"
10:50-The Tonight Show

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16
3:00-Make a Wish
3:25-Wild Kingdom
3:50-Electric Company
4:20--Real McCoys
4:50-Another World
5:10-Here Comes the Future (Series ends)
5:35-Now You See It
6:00-Dateline
6:40-The Newlywed Game
7:05-The Fugitive
8:00--Qu Pasa?
8:05-Maude (Adult)
8:30-Lotsa Luck (Series ends)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20--Movie: "Dead Men Tell No Tales"
10:35--Dick Cavett


ginng Frid Janury0,VIE 1
�> v Beginnine Friday, January 10, 1975 �


BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:15, 8:05-The Neptune Factor (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Dracula, Prince of
Darkness (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-The Brass Bottle
(G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-633 Squadron (SIT) (G)
Sat.-Sun, 2:30, 6:15, 8.25-Mon., 6:15, 8:25
McQ (SIT) (PG)
Tues., 6:00, 8:30-Hello Dolly (G)
Wed., 6:15, 8:15-Stanley (SIT) (PG)
Thurs., 6:15, 8:10-A Touch of Class (PG)

COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fr.-Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves (SIT) (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Blue Water, White Death
(SIT) (G)
Sat,-The War Between Men and Women
(SIT) (PG)
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Lost Horizon
(SIT) (G)
Tues.-Butterflies Are Free (PG)
Wed.-Thurs.-Barharella (R)

RAINBOW CITY (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.-The Eye of the Spider and Liberation
of L. B. Jones (SIT) (R)
Mon.-Barbarella (R)
Tues.-Lost Horizon (SIT) (G)
Wed--The Deserter and Uptight (PG)
Thurs. The Neptune Factor (G)
MARGARITA0
Fri. Pink Panther Festival (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 The Omega Man
(SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Disorderly Orderly (G)
Sat.-Don't Drink the Water (SIT) (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2.00-Assault on a Queen (G)
Sun.-Mon.-The Spikes Gang (PG)
Tues.-The Stalking Moon (PG)
Wed -Thurs.-CLOSED


GATUN*
Fri.-Darling Lili (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Incredible Mr. Limpet
(SIT) (G)
Sat.-Pink Panther Festival (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The 1,000 Plane Raid (G)
Sun.-The Conversation (PG)
Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-CLOSED

GAMBOA"
Fri.-Doctor Doolittle (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:35-Up the Down
Staircase (SIT) (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15 Hello Down There
(SIT) (G)
Sat., 8:15-The Out-of-Towners (SIT) (PG)
Sun.-The Ace of Hearts (SIT) (PG)
Mon.-CLOSED
Tues.-Sometimes a Great Notion (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-The War Between Men and Women
(SIT) (PG)
Thurs.-CLOSED

PARAISO'
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.-Enter the Dragon and Klute (SIT) (R)
Mon.-The Ace of Hearts (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-CLOSED
Wed.-Badge 373 and Riot (R)
Thurs.-CLOSED

�All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G-All ages ad-
mitted. General audience. PG-Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. R-Re-
stricted Persons under 17 not admitted un-
less accompanied by parent or legal guard-
ian. X-Persons under 17 not admitted.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


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In the photograph of the Thomas J. Ebdon family
reunion are, standing, from left: Fred and Beverly, and
their son Paul. Seated are his sister-in-law, Mrs. Gladys


Sullivan, the mother of W. A. Sullivan, Chief of the
Employee Services Branch; greatgrandchildren Tammi,
8, and Rusty, 6, Tom Ebdon, and Connie, Paul's wife.


Midterm Seniors Patriarch of C.Z. Family
To Graduate From

BHS on January 23 Returns for Reunion


Balboa High School will graduate
47 midterm seniors at 8 p.m., Jan-
uary 23, in the high school audi-
torium.
)Dr. Joseph \Walton, Supervisor of
Student Teachers at Pennsylvania
State Teachers College, will ad-
dress the seniors and John Fawcett,
Assistant Superintendent, U.S. Sec-
ndlarv Schools, assisted by senior
class president Sam Irwin, will pre-
sent the diplomas. The Reverend
Ehler Fehr of the Camboa Union
Church will give the invocation and
1benediction.
The midterm graduates are as
follows:
Maha Mohssen Abdel Fattah
Evelyn Regina Anduaga
Lisa Luanne Bell
Michcle Adrianne Bounclh
Bruce Bright
Charles W,. Brown, Jr.
)alis M. Butcher
Steven Earl Cobb
I)ebra Yvonne Croft �
Sergio Cuedes Da Costa
Patricia Susan Earnest
Maria Stephanie Efthimiadis
Dianse V. Eichel
Mignon Erixon
Mary Ann Fehr*
Leilani Genevieve GCalord
Paula Jean Cilford
Pe'gg Diana Coebel
Dahyu Cokalbhai
'Terril Ives Coudie�
Arabia Querube Crcer
Noreen iLucinda Hanson
HIarbra Irene Iligginso
Valeric Anne I loile
'Elizabethl Snow Jackson
Margie Grisel Jay
Rafael Lopez, Jr.
(;ina Maduro
Ellen Marie Martin
Creetd R. MNorgan, JIr.
Vivian nfMuiiz"
Nancy Louise Noble
Carolyn Marie Norris
Astrid Maria Palacios
Enricque R. Puig
Ilobart Ka\e Richev�
Christine (Ciselle Salterio
Maria Sue Schnoerr
IDelborah Ann Sholk
Iance Emianuel Simson
Rebecca Lynn Sowder�
Vicky ILnn Theige
Janice L. Tompkins
Lisa clene Truelove
Cracie \illanueva�
John A. Vogel
Marln Criace W\alker
� li HIII n r.l't' l ltt t.


A 21-year-old bachelor arrived
in Panama in 1907 to help build the
Panama Canal.
Sixty-seven years later, Thomas
J. Ebdon-now the patriarch of a
large and well-known Canal Zone
family-returned to the Isthmus for
a holiday reunion.
Almost forgotten were the 24
ears that had. passed since 1950
when, with 4:31: years of service, he
retired with the longest period of
continuous service of any Canal
employee to that date.



Cristobal "Y"


Plans Classes

The Cristobal YMCA has an-
nounced that registration is open for
the following classes scheduled to
start this month.
Spanish classes: Levels I through
III, to start Tuesday, January 14.
These 2-month courses will be
taught by Mauricio Lawson, a trans-
lator for the School of the Americas.
Tuition fee is $20.50.
French classes: The 2-month
course under the instruction of
Madame Marcelle de Guerin begins
Monday, January 13. Tuition fee is
.20.50.
Shorthand classes: Beginner, in-
termediate and advanced levels are
scheduled to begin iJanuaryv 13. In-
struction is h\b Mrs. Cristina de Lee,
who has had 6 xscars of experience
in tlhe commercial secretarial field.
Tuition fee is $12 per month (spe-
cial summer rate). Registration fee
is 50 cents.
Classes in ballet, karate, piano
and guitar lare always open.
For further information, contact
the Cristobal YNICA at 43-2163.


As his family and friends gathered
around him, he remembered ant
talked about the important days in
his life:
. . . his first sight of land as the
United Fruiit Co.'s 'SS Preston
docked at Old Pier in Colon;
. . . the pride he felt standing
alongside General Coethals on the
gate at Catun as the SS Ancon lx--
gan her first trip through the Pan-
ama Canal;
S. . the exhilaration of being a
passenger on the Ancon as she made
the return trip from Balboa to Cris-
tobal.
lie showed his family a very old
photograph taken during one of
President Teddy Roosevelt's visits
to the Canal Zone, and pointed out
13-\ear-old Emma Ashton, later to
become his wife, as she gazed up
at the President standing on a loco-
motive operated bY her father, Wil-
liam Ashton.
Emma and Tom had three sons,
two of whom went to work for and
retired from the Canal organization.
The third left the Canal Zone before
he retired.
And a grandson, Paul, is now en,-
plo\ted bi- the Electrical Di\ision
Power Branch.
Ebdon made his nostalgic journey\
to his "true" home accompanied bY
Fred and Beverly Ebdon, his son
and daughter-in-law, with whom he
has lived in Sarasota, Fla., since his
wife died last April.
The\ wer' e visiting Paul (ihis
grandson and Fred's son) and
Colnnie 'Ehdon and their children,
Tammi. 8. and Rusts, 6.
Beforee he returned to the States,
Ehdon said although he'll lIe 89 on
aniarvy 2.1, he feels good enough
for another 20 years.


Panama Canal Spillway

Dl)AV S. p \K,,H HRict:.U L. Ili UNT Fs A. tBALDWIN
CGvtcrrnr of the Canrd Zome Lieutenant Ceoernor 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
mav be reprinted without further clearance. SiPIL.LWAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office nio later than t4 p.m., Monday, the
week of publication. ()nl\ urgent material c'an be accepted as late as noon
Tuesday. Distributed tree to: all Pillaama Canal employees. Subscription
cost for others $2.60 a \car. Airmail subscription cost $10 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Company and address to: SPILLWAY
Subsciplit:is. Buot \1 Itlboa l igihtl . C.Z.


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January 10, 1975


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January 10, 1975


THI, PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Master Key to the Locks in the grade of Master Mariner is presented to
Capt. Andrew Stohrer by Cov. David S. Parker. Captain Stohrer retired
recently after 24 years of service with the Canal organization. He came
to work for the Canal in 1950 as a pilot-in-training and held a number of
responsible positions, his last being Chief of the Ports Division.


Over the counter headache, cold
and pain pills frequently contain a
combination of medications and the
basis is often aspirin combined with
caffeine, antihistamine or other
drugs.
These medications are usually
safe for occasional use if you follow
the directions on the package. Some
of these mixtures, however, may
contain aminopyrine or dipyrone
(with some variations in spelling)
which are not safe and may produce
serious or fatal blood disease in
some people. Everyone should read
the contents of the packages of
questionable medications and no-
one should uvy medicines contain-
ing either of above, or any with
similar sounding names.
Dip-irone and aminopyrine are
not considered safe by the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration and
are hazardous for some people. To
be on the safe side, purchase only
licensed over-the-counter drugs and,
if traveling, take .. .... .. of this
type to last for the duration of your
trip.
Aspirin and Aspirin-like Drugs
In many countries, so-called as-
pirin-like drugs are sold over the
counter. In some cases these pro-
prietary medications may contain
drugs which have not been ap-


Hire-A-Kid Program

Continues Services

After a successful summer, the
IHire-A-Kid Program, sponsored b\
the Office of the Youth Advisor to
the Governor, is continuing its serv-
ices throughout the 1974-75 acad-
iemic scliool vear.
Services offered are: babysitting,
yard work, car washing, animal care
and handyman. This program is
open to all civilian and military
communities on the Pacific and At-
lantic sides of the Canal Zone. (De-
pendents of U.S. citizens residing in
Panama are also registered with
I ire-A-Kid.)
To Hire-A-Kid, call 52-763. or
52-3159 between 7:30-11:30 a.m.;
and 1-4 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day. If possible give 2-4 hours notice,
for habysitters.


Health


Notes


proved for sale in the United Sates.
If you should buy some of these
pain and headache relievers le sure
that they (do not contain any amino-
p) rine or dipyrone or have any sim-
ilar sounding constituents. These
drugs have been found to have po-
tentially serious and even fatal
effects on a limited number of
people. Be sure the drug you pur-
chase has only approved ingredients
without these additives. To be extra
sure when you travel, carry a small
supply of approved pain relievers
from a known source of supply.


7eeefolae 7
Rather than spend
hours talking to the
same persons on the
telephone, pay them
a visit, they will be
happy to see you


U.S. Taxpayers

Living in Zone

To Get Assist

Taxpayer assistance will lie pro-
vided in the Canal Zone March 12-
\larch 20 b\ the Internal Revenuic
Ser ice.
To help with the preparation of
I!.S. income tax returns, a tax
assistor will be available for consul-
tatiio on the Atlantic side March 12
andI 13. ()O the Pacific side, two tax
assistance seminars will bIe held and
walk-in counter service will be pro-
vided between March 17 and 20.
Times and locations will be an-
nounced later.
The Internal Revenue Service also
will respond to written inquiries on
an airmail basis if taxpayers requir-
ing assistance before these date will
address their letters to:
Internal Revenue Service
Office of International Opera-
tions
Benjamin Franklin Station
P.O. Box 384
Washington, D.C. 20044
Attention: Taxpayers Service
In addition to the above, the
Office of International Operations
has recently established a new
branch office in Caracas, Venezuela.
This office, which is responsible for
the Canal Zone, will be able to re-
spond to inquiries addressed as
follows:
Internal Revenue Service
American Embassy
APO New York 09893

Curundu Swim Classes
The Curundui Swimming Pool will
have registration for swimming
classes through January 10 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Classes will be held
from January 13 through Feb-
ruary 21.
The classes will include adults,
preschool, kindergarten, beginners
(grades 1 and 2), beginners (grades
3-6), advanced beginners, inter-
mediate, swimmers and competitive
swimming workout. All classes will
be held after school.
For further information call Cu-
rundu Pool 83-3601 during duty
hours.

Inventory Scheduled
Section I, Balboa, and Section X,
Cristobal, will le closed for inven-
tory all day Thursday, January 16,
and again for recount on Monday,
February 3.


Governor Bids Farewell


To 40-Year Employees


At the last retirement ceremnonv
of 1974, Gov. David S. Parker met
with a group of 21 Canal emplo cees
who shared a common bond-thec
had all worked more than 40 years
for the U.S. Government.
Noting that the retirees had be-
gun their careers during the early
thirties, Governor Parker men-
tioned some of the changes they had
seen on the Canal-the widening iof
;aillard Cut, new locomotives, new
lighting that permits round-the-
clock Canal operations, and the
ever-increasing size of the transit-
ing ships.
Looking over what he called "an
impressive group, almost too voung
looking to be retiring," he said their


College Club

Will Present

Benefit Film

Robert B. Radnitz's outstanding
film, "Where the Lilies Bloom," will
be shown at the Balboa Theater on
Friday, January 24.
Utilizing the lush mountains of
North Carolina as a back drop, the
indigenous American music of Earl
Scruggs, with four children in the
lead roles, Radnitz has captured the
essence of the book written bv Vera
and Bill Cleaver. The book is a
Newberrv Award Honor Book.
Taken from life, "Where the Lilies
Bloom" is the compelling drama of
four children in contemporary Ap-
palachia who conceal the death of
their father to remain together as
a family.
Tickets are $2.50 each and may
he purchased at the Balboa Retail
Store.
"Where the Lilies Bloom" has
been selected as this year's benefit
film bv the Isthmian College Club.

Water Safety Course
Part I of the Red Cross Water
Safety Instructor Course will be
given at the Los Rios Swimming
Pool at 6:45 p.m., January 20. Per-
sons 17 years of age holding a cur-
rent Red Cross Lifesaving Certifi-
cate are eligible to take this course.
Interested persons may call Mrs.
Jean Wainio at the Los Rios Pool,
52-6417.


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Fort Randolph Riding Stables will hold its Eighth An-
nual Cold Coast Classic I horse Show January 18 at Fort
Handolplh, commencing at 9 a.m. Included in the \ci nts
will lIe English and Western Equitation, Hunter Classes
and C(ynkhana Games. Refreshments will be served.


There will be more than 100 participants from other
clubs and about 100 horses. The 23 events will offer
something for everyone. The public is invited. The
photo shows a participant on her horse, Amiguita,
attempting a jump.


many years of employment had
been beneficial both to the Canal
organization and to the retirees
themselves, allowing the organiza-
tion to take advantage of their many
\ears of experience while giving
them job security.
Topping the list of retirees was
Pablo V. Caballero, Locks Opera-
tions Foreman, Locks Division, with
47 years 3 months and 21 days of
service.
With more than 46 years of serv-
ice were Clarence Wi. Marshall.
Police Division, and Alvin A.
Bracev, Ports Division.
Five retirees had more than 45
years of service. They were Edgar
Signally, Railroad Division; Per-
cival A. Jordan, and Webster F.
Marshall, Motor Transportation Di-
v vision; Jamles B. Rodney, Ports Di-
vision; and Charles M. Inniss, In-
(dustrial Division.
Those retiring after more than
44 years' service were Petronella
Osborne and Toribio E. Martin,
Supply Division; and Kenneth
Ceorge, Maintenance Division.
Seven employees were retiring
after 43 years of service: Alexander
Beverlv, Industrial Division; Dayton
S. WVilshire, Locks Division: Hylton
E. Cherie, Terminals Division;
Douglas A. Harding, Electrical Di-
vision; Arturo E. Agard and George
L. Edghill, Ports Division; and Vic-
tor M. Moreno, Locks Division.
Donald 1. Spencer, Locks Divi-
sion, retired after more than 42
Sears; Fitz M. Barton, Supply Divi-
sion, after more than 41 years, and
Felipe Fula, Dredging Division,
after more than 40 years.


Russian Course

Offered at CZC
A course in second semester
Russian will be offered at the Canal
Zone College during the coming
spring semester beginning Jan-
nary 20.
The course, entitled Elementary
Russian II, is intended to follow up
the introductory Russian I course
cuniently in progress. Interested
persons who have either completed
a course in introductory Russian or
have a nonacademic background in
the Russian language are eligible to
apply for registration.
Russian 162 II is scheduled to
meet from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursday. Four hours
of college credit will be awarded
upon satisfactory completion of the
course.
For further information, call Dr.
Theodore S. Corin, Canal Zone Col-
lege, 52-3107.


Swim Time Trials

To Be Held Jan. 25
Time trials for the Lincoln-Wash-
ington Classic will be held at the
Balboa Swimming Pool at 9 a.m.,
Saturday, January 25.
All students who have made or
bettered the Schools Division "cut
times" and are dependents of U.S.
citizens, dependents of Canal Zone
residents, or students attending
schools in the Canal Zone, and who
have not reached the age of 18 max
participate in these time trials. Entr\
forms are available at all Schools
Division swimming pools on the
'Pcific side of the Isthmus and nlst
be returned to the Balboa Pool in
later than Sunday, January 19.
Contestants are asked to remeim-
ber that late entries will not he
accepted. Ior further information
about this meet call the Balboa Pool
at 52-5493.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


January 10, 1975


'75 Census Forms Swimming Class Schedules

Bk-li', oB ColtedBT Are Announced by Pools

L iReturned Promptly Are Announced by Pools


I housing Census Information fonms
"have hen distributed to all occu-
i pants of Company - Government
quarters and to others not residing
on military reservations.
det'(Occuplants are requested to coin-
plete the form immediately upon re-
ceilpt and return it to the Hlousing
Off()llice located in the district where
thm reside.
' Infoiiration obtained from these
Sforis is necessary in the develop-
I11ent of workload data for the serv-
.ee ic 1 units of the CompIans7-GovIrn-
., ,.,;i. ' meant organization and provides a
\v � .-n means to identify families and de-
, � :; .-'. . pendents in the event of an emer-
"'Mooney" Iluff and his wife, Antoinette, who also was presented a Master agency.
Key by Gov. David S. Parker.

Red Cross Plans

Maenner B. Huff Named Red Cross PlaMeetins
Annual Meeting

Keeper oFthe Stogies The Annual N1eetingi of the Canal
Zone Chapter, American Red Cross


Gov. David S. Parker presented
Maenner B. Huff, supervisory sys-
temns accountant, Systems Division,
the Master Key to the Locks in the
grade of "Keeper of the Stogies"
upon his retirement after more than
34 years of Canal service, all with
the Office of the Comptroller.
Born in the Canal Zone, "Mooney"
Huff is a third generation Canal
Zone resident. His father, Mercer
B. Huff, came to the Isthmus in
1908 and was Panama Canal pay-
master when he retired in 1944. lis
grandfather, on his mother's side,
L. T. Maenner, worked with John

SCHOOL HOURS
(Continued from p. 1)
p.m. schedule. The areas were se-
lected for the plan where teachers
showed the greatest interest and
where transportation could be pro-
vided without disruption to other
elementary schools. These areas are:
Fort Kobbe, Cocoli, Howard, Fort
Click and Fort Davis schools.
The parents of children attending
these schools were invited to meet-
ings where the principals discussed
the straight-through day and the
survey form that would be sent
home by their children. Later, the
survey was conducted, ballots re-
turned and tallied and the data
compiled.
Because the majority of the par-
ents favored the experiment, the
committee chairman scheduled the
January 14 meeting.

ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
(Continued from p. 1)
struction Director Col. Albert L.
Romaneski when he said: "On be-
half of all those at Fort Sherman
who benefited from the assistance
of the maintenance crew, please ac-
cept our sincere thanks and appre-
ciation for a most difficult but im-
portant job extremely well done."

C.Z. College to Hold

Orientation Program
An orientation program for newv
students has been scheduled for
Friday, January 17, beginning at
10 a.m. in Boom 204. All new stu-
dents are invited to attend.
This program provides an oppor-
tunity for new students to begin
their career at Canal Zone College
on the right foot. Counselors and
administrators will be ion hand to
conduct the program and answer
questions.

Super Bowl Live on TV
SCN Television, channels 8 and
10, will broadcast the Super Bowl
live Sunday at 3 p.m. This cham-
pionship professional football game
will pit the Minnesota Vikings
against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


F. Stevens in the United States and
came wIith him to the Canal Zone,
employed as a chief draftsman from
1906 to 1909.
Upon completion of his studies
on the Isthmus, Huff attended
Washington University at St. Louis,
Mo., where he studied architectural
engineering and then Pace Institute
in New York, majoring in business
administration.
Huff joined the Canal organiza-
tion in 1940, as an employee of the
Payroll Audit Section of the Comp-
troller's Office. He became a cost
accountant in the Cost Accounting
Section and was later promoted to
chief of the General Accounts Sec-
tion. Prior to joining the -Systems
Division in 1953, he was admin-
istrative assistant to the Finance
Director.
In his supervisory capacity, iHuf
was responsible for the installation
of the Payroll Computer System, a
3-year project that was completed
in 1968.
Active in community sports, Hulf
coached pole vaulters at Balboa
High School for 12 years and also
served as a track official in the Canal
Zone schools. More recently, he has
worked with track and field officials
in Panama. He was associated with
professional baseball in the 1940s
and served as general manager and
treasurer of the Balboa Baseball
Club from 1940 to 1948.
He was a member of the super-
visory committee of the Canal Zone
Credit Union for approximately 14
years.
Huff is a member local Masonic
organization, Canal Zone Lodge,
Scottish Rite and the Shrine.
He and his wife, Antoinette, have
four children. Son Donald, and
daughters Christine and Linda, res-
ide in the United States. Daughter
Edith, who is Mrs. John VWillough-
by, is a teacher at the Hloward
Elementary School.
The Huffs will make their home
at Brevard, N.C., where "Mooney"
is looking forward to plenty of
action on the golf course.

Early Canal Photo Display
A series of photographs showing
interior views of early Panama Canal
quarters, clubhouses, and hotels to-
gether with appropriate museum
items of the Canal construction days
will be on display at the Panama
Canal Library-Museum, January 13
through March 21.

Painting Classes
Ruth E. Lesser announces the
start of new classes in oil painting
for adults and youths.
Classes will be for beginners and
advanced students.
For further information, tele-
phone 52-5187.


will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday,
January 21, at the Chapter House
located in Building 0610-B, Gaillard
Highway, adjacent to the Civil
Affairs Building.
A review of the Chapter's activi-
ties, as outlined in the Annual Re-
port, will le presented and matters
of general interest are to be dis-
cussed.
Immediately following the gen-
eral meeting, the Board of Directors
will meet for the principal purpose
of electing the Chapter's officers for
the following year.


JWB to Begin New

Expression Course
The USO-JWB, 792X La Boca
Road, Balboa, is inaugurating a new
course in Total Expr session.
Not to lie confused with a charm
course, it prepares participants for
various public arts, such as acting
or modeling, and will help those
who would like to audition for the
many theatrical shows coming dur-
ing 1975, or who have speeches to
make to their clubs, or who would
like to enter various fashion shows.
The course will be 12 weeks in
duration and classes will meet once
weekly on Tuesday. Those inter-
ested are asked to indicate their pre-
ference of 5 to 6 p.m., or 6 to 7 p.m.
The cost will be $20 and will feature
taping and playback of simple plays
and speeches, rap sessions on self-
expression, effective modeling, and
movement as a separate art.
For further information and a
brochure outlining the classes, con-
tact the USO-JWB at 52-5972.


LOS RIOS
New swimming classes will start
at the Los Rios Swimming Pool
next Monday and will continue
through Friday, February 21.
Registration will lie through
tomorrow.
Schedule of Classes
Monday and Wednesday:
3:15-4:00 p.m.-Beginners,
grades 1 and 2
4:05-4:55 p.m.-Intermediates,
all grades
Monday, Wednesday and Friday:
9:55-10:30 a.m.-Kindergarten
beginners
1:30-2:00 p.m.-Beginners,
preschool (4 years old)
2:25-3:10 p.m.-Kindcrgarten
beginners
Monday and Thursday:
8:30-9:45 a.m.-Ladies be-
ginner swimming alnd exer-
cise
Tuesday and Thursday:
3:15-4:00 p.m.-Beginners,
grades 3 through 6
4:05-4:55 p.m.-Advanced
beginners, all grades
Wednesday and Friday:
8:30-9:45 a.m.-Ladies adl ance
swimming and exercise
Friday:
3:15-4:30 p.m.-Swinmmers,
all grades
For further information call Los
Rios Swimming Pool at 52-6417.
COCO SOLO
The last session of swimming
classes in the school year for the
Coco Solo Elementary School will
begin on Monday and run 9 weeks,
ending March 14. Registration for
these classes will be taken through
January\ 12. After the closing date,
Registration will not be accepted
during class periods.
Children who have been previ-
ously registered at the pool ma\la be
registered 1by phone, 36-780. Those
who have never filled out registra-
tion forms should register at the
pool office.
Schedule of Classes
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday:
9:15-9:45 a.m.-Kindergarten,
beginner*
10-10:30 a.m.-Adult, beginner
10:30-11:00 a.m.-Adult, inter-
mediate and swimmer
1:00-1:30 p.m.-Preschool
(4 years), beginner*"
1:45-2:15 p.m.-Kindergarten,
beginner*
3:30-4:30 p.m.-Competitive,
all grades
o Preschool, kindergarten and grades
1-6, classes will be limited.
0 Preschool, kindergarten and adult
classes will continue till May 7.


Monday through Friday:
2:40-3:10 p.m.-Junior-Senior
high school, all levels
3:30-4:00 p.m.-Grades 1-3,
beginner
4:05-4:35 p.m.-Crades 4-6,
beginner
Coco Solo residents given prefer-
ence in these classes.

GAMBOA
Today will be the last day for
registration for the third session of
the 1974-75 school year swimming
program at the Gamboa Swimming
Pool. The swimming classes will be
held January 13 through Feb-
ruar\ 21.
The following outlines the plarmed
program.
Schedule of Classes
Monday, \Wednesday and Friday:
9:45-10:30 a.m.-Preschool be-
ginners and advanced begin-
ners
10:30-11:30 a.m.-Adult begin-
ners to advanced swimmers
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.-Water
games and drownproofing
1:00-1:45 p.m.-Kindergarten
(beginners)
2:00-2:45 p.m.-Kindergarten
(internndiate)
3:00-4:00 p.m.-Beginners, in-
termediates, swimmers and
advanced sswillers
Monday through Friday:
4:00-5:00 p.m.-Competitive
swimming
Thursday's:
4:30-6:00 p.m.-Junior and sen-
ior lifesaving
For further information call the
Gamboa Swimnmng Pool 56-6425.


Ceremonies to Honor

Dr. Martin L. King
The birthdate of the late civil
rights leader, the Reverend Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., will be
commemorated at two memorial
services here at 11 a.m., January 12.
Musical presentations by the
Iloward Cospelaires, the Gospel
Voices of Clavton and the Cleff
Melodaires will highlight observ-
ances at the Fort Clayton Theater
at 11 a.m. Bishop Carlos A. Lewis,
Diocese of Santa Ana, will speak.
Observances for the Atlantic com-
munity will be held at the Fort
Davis Theater. The Fort Davis
Army Wives' Choir and the Young
People's Willing Workers Choir will
sing and the Reverend John A.
Spalding, pastor, Christ Church by
the Sea, will be the guest speaker.
The public is invited to attend
the services.


Merv McMillan CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

Heads NAACP In-Service Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin


The National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People,
Canal Zone Branch, recently in-
stalled new officers.
Merv McMillan, an employee de-
velopment specialist with the Pan-
ama Canal organization, was in-
stalled president for a 2-year term.
Other officers installed were: Mel
Peppers, first vice president; Eugene
Johnson, second vice president; Joe
Cain, Jr., executive secretary; lEdna
Smith, recording secretary; and
Violeta Barnabas, treasurer.
Members of the Fxecutive Com-
mittee are: Euigenia Bing, Penny
Brown, Ted Carman, 'Tonva Tarver,
leonard Foster, (Clet Cifliord, t'Edna
Hill, Donald Innis, Thvreet Leakes,
Luis Lewis, Webster Marshall,
Iubert McQueen, James Pettus,
Cleveland Roberts, IPiscilla lussell,
Linda Ryals, Federico Smith, Rita
Sosa, Tvone Stewart Audlev Web-
ster and Robert Williams.


AlAl qualifed applicants will recenve csnstderation lor appointment without regard to race,
rsltion csornatonaloriinsex poitial atilalin, r ay stor sn eri fator


PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate Division
Budget Officer NM-12/13, - $17,347.20/$20,300.80 E&C Direc
Cargo Checker NM-30 (First 40 hours) $4,867.20 Terminals
Clerk-Typist NM-3 . $4,867.20 Com. Serv
Environmental and Energy Control
Specialist NM-7/11 $10,067.20/$14,643.20 Exec. PI.
Hospital Administration Specialist NM-9/11 $12,230.40/$14,643.20 Health Dir
Linehandler MG-4* (Swimming ability required) $1.96 Terminals
Meatcutter MG-8 (Bilingual) . $2.74 Supply
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-4/7
(Shift work required) $8,694.40/$10,400.00 Health
Retail Store Department Manager
(General) NM-4 (Shift work) (Experience and/or training
In vending operations is required) $7,300.80 Supply
Seaman (Towboats) MG-7 (Swimming ability required) $2.29 Ports
Stevedore MG-7 (First 40 hours) $2.29 Terminals


ca-
tioln
tor P
P
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Staff P 1
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P 2
P 1

A-P 1-1

P 1
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A-P 23-4


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. I 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,
Cnistobal. 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.
o Subject to reclassification as Worker Trainee MG-1/NM-1. Employees presently in the
Worker Trainee Program may apply for reassignment within the program.


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Mdcs de 60 A ios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Vol. XIII, No. 28


Viernes 10 de Enero de 1975


CUMPLIERON MERITORIA JORNADA
En el Sal6n de Conferencias del Gobernador tuvo lugar recientemente una
ceremonia official en que el Gobernador David S. Parker reconoci6 la
consagraci6n y eficiencia de 21 empleados del Canal que se jubilaban des-
puts de mis de 40 aflos de servicio cada uno. Directores de las respectivas
dependencias para las que laboraron los jubilados asistieron a la ceremonia.
Son, sentados, desde la izquierda: Frank A. Castles, Director de Asuntos


Habra Ajuste Se Jubilaron

En Pensiones D 4

De Jubilados De 40 Anos
En reciente ceremonia de jubila-
Los aumentos relatives al ajuste ci6n, el Gobernador David S. Parker
sobre el costo de la vida fijados des- se reuni6 con un grupo de 21 em-
de el 1 de julio de 1974 y el 1 de pleados del Canal que tenian una
enero de 1975 para los jubilados de caracteristica en comuin-todos ha-
agencias Federales seran rebajados bian trabajado por mais de 40 anos
en 1 ddcimo del 1 por ciento debido para el Gobierno de los EE. UU.
a una baja en el Indice de Precios al Al observer que todos los jubila-
Consumidor informada previamente dos participants en la ceremonia
por la Direcci6n de Estadisticas habian iniciado sus carreras con el
Laborales. Canal a principios de los '30, el Go-
La Comisi6n del Servicio Civil berador Parker dijo que ello les ha-
anunci6 que los aumentos por raz6n bia permitido presenciar importan-
de alzas en el costo de la vida que tes cambios ocurridos en la via acui-
entraron en vigor el 1 de julio de tica. Mencion6 el ensanche del Cor-
1974 seran reducidos del 6.4 por te Gaillard, las nuevas locomotoras,
ciento que se habia anunciado pre- el nuevo sistema de iluminaci6n que
viamente, al 6.3 por ciento, y el que permit el Canal operar las 24 horas
entr6 en vigencia el 1 de enero de del dia v el crecimiento constant de
1975 serb reducido del 7.4 por cien- los barcos que usan el Canal.
to al 7.3 por ciento. Al calificar al grupo de impresio-
La recuperacion de las pequefias nante por parecer muy j6venes para
sumas pagadas en exceso, en la ma- jubilarse, subray6 que sus muchos
voria de los casos aproximadamente anos de servicio han sido beneficio-
$1 por mes, correspondientes al sos tanto para la empresa del Canal
ajuste que entr6 en vigor en julio de como para los propios jubilados, al
(Continua en la pdgina 4) permitir a la compafiia obtener las


Ha Disminuido el Volumen


De Accidents en el Puente


Quienes han usado con frecuencia
el Puente Thatcher en los illtimos
ainos habrin observado various cam-
bios en las sefiales ubicadas en la
carretera y en la propia via. Pero
lo que quizAis no sepan es que a
media que se han introducido es-
tas modificaciones se han ido produ-
ciendo menos accidents, a pesar del
creciente transito de vehiculos.
Desde agosto de 1973, cuando
fueron concluidos los cambios en
las sefiales y en la carretera, hasta
el mes de agosto de 1974, se pro-
dujo un promedio de 18.1 por ciento
menos accidents de trAnsito en
la carretera a alturas del puente,
que en el period correspondiente
del anio anterior. Durante el mismo
tiempo, el trinsito en el puente
aument6 en 33 por ciento.
QuizAis lo ms important es que
se han registrado accidents menos
importantes en el puente. En 1972
hulo tres muertos; en 1973 hubo
uno v en 1974 no se registry nin-
guno.
La Secci6n de Transito de la Di-
recci6n de Ingenieria comenz6 a di-


seiiar las mejoras aconsejables a
principios de 1972 y la Divisi6n de
Mantenimiento, tainbidn una depen-
dencia de esa Direici6n, ejecut6 los
trabajos.
Cuando se realizaban las mejo-
ras, se instalaron sefiales a prudent
distancia para que los vehiculos que
viajan a baja velocidad empleon el
carril de la derecha v para que los
vehiculos que van centre 30 y 40
millas por hora utilicen el carril a
la izquierda. Se colocaron sefiales
direccionales en la orilla este en que
se indica cl carril correct para to-
mar la calzada de Fuerte Amador,
la Avenida Cuatro de Julio y la Ave-
nida de los Poetas. Treinta y tres
sefiales superfluas fueron elimina-
das.
En la misma carretera so instala-
ron marcadores de pavimento para
distinguir los carries. Un carril fuc
pintado en la intersecei6n con la
earretera a Farf;in y la entrada del
Mirador en la orilla oeste del Canal
fue modificada. Adem:is, los dos
mionlmentos en el Puente Thatcher,
ubicados a orillas de la carretera,
fuelron eliminados.


Civiles; el Coronel Albert L. Romaneski, Director de Ingenieria y Cons-
trucci6n; el CapitAn Donald A. Dertien, Director de Marina; el Gobernador
David S. Parker; William A. Young, Director encargado de Personal; Ray-
mond P. Laverty, Gerente General de la Divisi6n de Abastos y el Coronel
Charles R. Clark, Director de Transporte y Terminales. Al fondo, de pie,
el grupo de jubilados que asisti6 a la ceremonia.



21 con M s Iniciase el 16
Exhibicion Anual
Sde Servicios De Autom6viles


ventajas de sus largos anios de ex-
periencia al tiempo que ellos logra-
ban a cambio una garantia de segu-
ridad en sus empleos.
La list de jubilados la encabeza
Pablo V. Caballero, Capataz Opera-
rio de Esclusas, con 47 afios, 3 meses
y 21 dias de servicio.
Con mrs de 46 afios de servicio
figuran Clarence W. Marshall y
Alvin A. Bracev, Guardia de Poli-
cia de la Divisi6n de Policia y Ma-
rinero de la Divisi6n de Puertos,
respectivamente.
Cuatro de los jubilados cumplie-
ron mais de 45 afios de servicio. Ellos
son Edgar Signally, Ayudante Me-
cinico de la Divisi6n de Ferrocarril;
Percival A. Jordan, Operario de
Vchiculo a Motor de la Divisi6n de
Transporte a Motor; Webster F.
Marshall, Oficinista Encargado de
Cuentas Corrientes de la Divisi6n
de Transporte a Motor; James B.
Rodney, Capataz Marinero de la
Division de Puertos y Charles M.
Innis, Oficinista Encargado de Cuen-
tas Corrientes, de la Divisi6n Indus-
trial.
Con mais de 44 afios de servicio ,a
Canal figuran en la lista Petronella
Osborne, Oficinista de la Divisi6n
de Abastos, y la 'lnica dama del gru-
po objeto de reconocimiento; Tori-
bio E. Martin, Especialista Supervi-
sor de Instalaciones de Distribuci6n
de la Divisi6n de Almacenes, y
Kenneth George, Pintor de la Divi-
si6n de Mantenimiento.
Site empleados se jubilaron con
mais de 43 anios de servicio. Son
Alexander Beverly, Ayudante Plan-
chista de la Divisi6n Industrial;
Dayton S. Wilshire, Ayudante Elec-
tricista de la Divisi6n de Esclusas;
Hylton E. Cherie, Clasificador de
Carga de la Divisi6n de Termina-
les; Douglas A. Harding, Encargado
de Mantcnimiento de la Divisi6n de
Electricidad; Arturo E. Agard, Des-
pachador de Lanchas de la Divisi6n
de Puertos; George L. Edghill, Ayu-
dante de Scrvicios Administrativos
de la Divisi6n de Puertos y Victor
M. Moreno, Pasacables de la Divi-
si6n de Esclusas.
Donald II. Spencer, Capataz Pin-
tor de la Divisi6n de Esclusas, se
acogi6 a la jubilaci6n luego de mis
de 412 afios de servicio; Fitz M. Bar-
ton, Capataz. Aseador de la Division
de Scrvicios Comunales, con mais de
41 afios; y Felipe Fula, Fogonero
de Planta Flotante de la Division
de Dragado, con mais de 40 aios.


El Goberador David S. Parker
inaugural la Exhibici6n Anual de
Autos de Senda Unida el pr6ximo
jueves 16 de enero en la pista de pa-
tinaje en la Calle Diablo. La exhi-
bici6n continuari hasta el domingo
19 de enero.
Las agencies de autom6viles de
Panami exhibirin sus ultimos mo-
delos, incluyendo una cantidad de
models econ6micos. Ademas, las
empresas vendedoras de embarca-
ciones en Panama presentarAn en
exhibici6n los ultimos models.
La exposici6n estara abierta de 5
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


A. L. Gallin


Subdirector


De Marina
El Capitin Alvin L. Gallin, quien
fungi6 hasta hace poco como Jefe
de la Divisi6n de Operaciones de
Trinsito, ha sido nombrado Subdi-
rector de Marina.
El Capit'n Gallin lleg6 al Istmo
en julio de 1967 como Jefe de la Di-
visi6n de Navegaci6n y desde en-
tonces ha desempeilado varias altas
posiciones en la empresa del Canal.
En diciembre Ide 1968 fue ascendi-
do a Director de Marina, cargo que
lesempefi6 hasta octubre de 1970.
Fue nombrado Jefe de la Divi-
si6n Industrial en 1970 y en octubre
de 1973 fue Ilamado a servir en la
Direcci6n de Marina como Jefe de
la Division de Operaciones de Trin-
sito. al crearse esta unidad.
En 1971 el Capitin Gallin recibi6
la Condecoraci6n de Honor al M6-
rito de la Legi6n del Ej6rcito de los
Estados Unidos, en premio a su so-
bresaliente servicio como Jefe de la
Division de Navegaci6n y como Di-
rector de Marina. El premio le fue
entregado por el Gobernador David
S. Parker.
Nacido en la ciudad de Nueva
York, el Capitin Gallin se gradu6 en
1942 en la Academia Naval de los
Estados Unidos y posteriormente
obtuvo su maestria en Administra-
ci6n de Personal en la Universidad
del Estado, en San Diego.
El Capitin Gallin ha sido parti-
cipante active en los asuntos de la
comunidad desde que lleg6 al Istmo.
Fue el primer hombre en ser electo
president del Consejo de Mucha-
chas Guias de la Zona del Canal.
Tambidn fue president de la Junta
Directiva del Club Rotario Crist6-
bal-Col6n, del Comit6 de Adminis-
traci6n del YMCA de Crist6bal y
fue vicepresidente de la Cruz Roja
en el sector Athintico. Actualmente
es president del Club de Equita-
ci6n de Fuerte Clayton, y es miem-
bro del servicio fraterno local y de
agrupaciones de veterans.


Durante Navidad


Empleados de Electriciad


Ofrecieron Gran Servicio


Un contingent de empleados de
la Division E16ctrica del Canal tra-
baj6 arduamente durante la Navi-
dad para localizar y reparar un dafio
en el sistema de conducci6n de
energia el6ctrica que dej6 a los resi-
dentes de Fuerte Sherman con el
minimo de la energia requerida.
Aproximadamente a las 10 a.m.
del 24 de diciembre, un equipo de
relevo se present a la Planta Hi-
drocl6ctrica de Gatin, para comuni-
car al personal de servicio que habia
problems en el cable de 6.9 kilo-
voltios que abastece de energia
electrica a Fuerte Sherman. La Ofi-
cina de Mount Hope envi6 de in-
mediato a cuadrillas de manteni-
miento para buscar el da(io.
El cable corre a lo largo de terrc-
no pantanoso, lo cual indujo a pen-
sar que la tarea costaria much tiem-
po. Entonces otros empleados de la
Division de Electricidad se sumaron
a personal d Instalaciones de In-
genieria del Ej6rcito, para conectar
n generacdor de emergencia de 400
kilovatios al sistema principal. Ello
garantizaria a los residc(ntcs de
Fuerte Sherman electricidad para
ila vispera de Navidad.
Ya tarde el 24 sc estableci6 que
el probllema estaba localizado en
una sccci6n del cable de 3.800 pies
de largo en la carretera a Fuerte
Sherman. Personal de la Division
de Electricidad debia presentarse a


trabajar el Dia de Navidad a las 7
a.m., para continual su ardua labor.
Un dia despues de la Navidad
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Clayton Osborne, Jr.


Recibe Distinci6n
Clayton Osborne, Jr., ex alunno
de la Escuela Primaria de Rainbow
City y cuyos padres acaban de jubi-
larse de la empresa del Canal, ha
sido ascendlido al cargo de Ayudan-
te del Superintendentc de la Escue-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


-�'A ---- I









SPILWA DI, (CANAL D1)1'PANAMAI


Enero 10, 1975


I)eslc l 1(0 hlai.i 'l I
RAINBOW CITY
kit" .U n iio 'in<0iladt
Viernos y sabado-CERRADO
Dom:ngo The Eye of the Spider / Liberation
of L. B. Jones (SIT) (R)
I unes- Bararella (R)
Martes--Lost Horizon (SIT) (G)
Miercoles The Deserter y Uptight (PG)
Jurw s The Neptune Factor (G)
PAR AISO
V:trnr!es y sbado- CERRAD'O
Domingo Enter the Dragon y Klute (SIT) (R)
l :i, The Ace of Hearts (SIT) (C


(i d(l lE'cro de 1975
Maites CERRADO
Miorcoles Badge 373 y Riot (R)
lii've- CERRADO
GUIA BE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general
So permtira la entrada de personas de
tod las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Guia
do nls Padres, pues part de la pelicula no
ser;i apla para nimos. (R) Restringida. Los
invenes de menos de 17 anos no serin admi-
tidos, a no sor que lieguen acompanados de
uni de los padres o por su guardian legal.
(X) No so admitira menores do 17 anos.
(SIT) Pelicula con titulos en espaiol.


COiaia.i1 r
VIERNES
12 00 Los Picapiedras
!? id Tras la Noticia
I(10 El Show de la Una
2.00 Skipy el Canguro
2:30-Plaza Sesamo
4.30-La Asombrosa
Sra. Tickle
5.00-Laboratorio Submarino
20-20
5.30--Josie y los
Gatimel6dicos
6:00--Mi Amigo el Mago
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Los Waltonse
8:30-Los Novatos
9:30--Toque Satanico
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30Ultima Tanda

SABADO
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
Deportiva
6:00-Fauna Silvestre
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Qui6n?
8.30- Doble Tanda

DOMINGO
9.30- La Santa Misa
0:00--Todo por la Patria
12:00-Suerte y Alegria
12:30Titanes del Ring
1:30-Boxeo desde el
Olympic*

CJ aOaPl 4
VIERNES
10:50-Documental
11:00--Festival de Cartones
11:15Social Femenino
11:45-Lassie�
12:15 Candilejas0
1:00--Informativo del
Mediodia
l:30--Soledad
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30 -Novela Juvenil
4:00-Senorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II 1
5:00-Mundo de luguetes de
Aldens de la Central
5 30-El C!an Yogui y
Cronicas de
Fabulandia�
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00- Pentagrama"
8:00-Aventura
9:00Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
il((0 Cuestion de Minutos
10 15 La Hora Ccro


10:00-
10:30
11:00-
11:30-
12-00
12'30-
1:00-

1:30-

4.00--
5 00
00

9 00
10:00-



45

I0
12 i)
12 0
: g0


SABADO
-Camino de la Verdad
-Festival de Cartones
Ultraman
Secret Animal �
Patrimonio
Juguetes de Garbo0
-Informativo del
Mediodia
SSbados con Martinez
Blanco'
-Laredo
Daniel Boone
Telenoticias RPC
Barnahy Jones0
Owen Marshall
Marcus Welhy�
-Cine Colosal

DOMsINGO;
Festival de Cartones
Patrimonio C
La Santa Misa
Todo por la Patria
Salvese Quien Pueda
Juguetes de Felix0
Muy Agradeciio
Domingo Deportivo *


& i 1)11 c )11rcs. Silico (


2.30
3:30-
4:00

Z.30


El Santo
- Fuerza Silenciosa
-El Hombre de la
Camara
Enigma
-Circo
Ana y el Rey�
Pinina Quiere a Papa
-El Hombre Nuclear"
-Super Estreno
Combate

LUNES
Los Picapiedras
Tras la Noticia
El Show de la Una
Skipy el Canguro
Plaza Sesamo0
-Super aton
Pepe Potamis
-El Cascarrabas
Mi Amigo el Mago
Tevedos Informa
Toma *
Las Calles de S. F'co
-El Aventurero
Ultimas Noticias
Ultima Tanda

MAARTES
-Los Picapiedras
-Tras la Noticia
El Show de la Una
Skipy el Canguro
--Plaza Sesamo"
Pantera Rosa
Lariat Sam
Archie
Mi Amigo el Mago


a m'rlios. Vn )lprei'('ci(o ;iso.
6:30-Tevedbs Informa
7:30 Ironside "
8:30---Cine Favorite
10:00--Ultimas Noticias
10:30- Ultima Tanda
MIERCOLES
12:00Los Picapiedras
12.30 Tras la Noticia
!D00 El Show de la Una
2.00-Skipy el Canguro
2.30 Plaza Sesamo
4:30-Marine Boy
5:00 Linus Corazon de
Leon
5:30 -Los Honrados Barkleys
6:00-Mi Amigo el Mago
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7.30-El Escuadron Fantasma*
8.30- Kung Fu
9.30 M-A-S-H �
10:00- Ultimas Noticias
10.30 Ultima Tanda

JUEVES
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30 Tras la Noticia
1.00 El Show de la Una
2:00-Skipy el Canguro
2:30-Plaza Sesamo
4:30-Lassie
5.00- Hctor
5:30-El Pajaro Loco
6:00Mi Amigo el Mago
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30- Historia Policial *
8:30 Cine Misteriom
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:30-Ultima Tanda


16 Ii co('. S 00l'(to a i cambuios sin ' pr.ev ioaCvo.


5:30-El Reino Magico de
Bon Bini0
6:00-EI Castillo del Millen
de Juguetes�
6:30 Desfile de Modas de
Harper's Bazaar
7:00 Cannon0
8:00-El FBI en Accion
9:00-Hawaii 5-0
10:00-Cine Colosal

LUNES
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15- Social Femenino*
11:45 Lassie0
12:15 Variedades del Lunes�
1:00-Informativo del
Mediodia
!:30- Soledad
2:30 Muchaha Italiana
:00--La Ciudad Grita
.:30 Novela lJ venil
4.00 Senorita Cometa
4:30- Esa Chica II 0
5:00---El Superveloz
Buggy Buggy0
5 30- El Clan Yogui y
Cr6nicas de
Fabulandia0
6.00 Telenoticias RPC
3:00 Chcspirito
8 00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
1(i00 Cuestion de Minutes
10 15 Cine Cclosal

MARTES
10:45-Programa Educative
11:15 SocialFemenino*
11:45--Lassie"
1215 El Tornillo
i, Irfcrmativo del
Madicdia
1.30 Soledad
2:30-MucchachaItaliana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
S ?30 Novela Juvenil
4:00 Senorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II 0
00 -El Superveloz
Buggy Buggy0
5 30 Risas y Alegria con
Keener
, 00 Telenoticias RPC
00 El Juicio�


8:00-Aventura
9:00 -Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
0 00 ( Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

MIERCOLES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-Social Femenino
11:45-Festival de Cartones
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:30 Caleidoscopio
1:00- Informatvo del
Med;odia
1:30-Soledad
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3 30-Novela Juvenil
4:00 Senorita Cometa
4:30 Esa Chica II 0
5:00 luguetes de Folixo
5:30-El Clan Yogui y
Cronicas de
Fabulandia
6.00 -Telenoticias RPC
7:00 El Mundo en Guerra 0
8:00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
10 00 Cuestion de Minutos
10 15 Cine Colosal

JUEVES
10:45--Programa Educativo
11:15- Social Femenino�
11:45-Lassie"
12:15-La Criada B en Criada"
1 00 Infcrmativo d2l
Mediodia
1:30 Soledad
2:30-Muchacha Italiana
3:00 LaCiudad Grita
3 30 Novela Juvenil
4:00-Senorita Cometa
4:30-Esa Chica II �
5:00- -Juguetes de Aldens0
5:30-Risas y Alegria con
Keener
6 00 Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Topo Gigio
8.00.--Aventura
S:00 Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
i C (I o) Cuestion de Minutos
10 15 Cine Colosal


INGRESA A CLUB DE SEGURIDAD
Demetrio Avendafio, opcrario de equipo pesado del
Ramo dc Ornato y Asco, de la Division de Scrvicios
Coonunales (izquicrda), cs felicitado por el Director en-
cargado de Abastos v Servicios Comunalcs, lHarry C.
Egoll, por ingresar al exclusive club "Salvados del Pcli-
gro". Egolf cntreg6 a Avendafio el certificado de Iniem-
Ibro del club. Obscrvan el Director de Scguridad Joseph


Lats pildorais o pastillas para el
dolor de cale(,za, el reslriadol v paral
aliviar lotros dolores en( l cierpo
firc ilentlelolnllte conltiiclnen uina co'lli-
b)inaci6n de incliciamnctos. La base
s geliieraililente aspirina comlbinadal
con caleiln, antihistaniina 11 otras
drogas. 0 I0sltas ime'dicinas rcgIular-
iilinclt s plclenlc eipleucar conl sc-
gnirioldad si se ingiceren oeasiolnal-
incite 1' se siglon las indicacioncs.
No ol)stanote, alganns tc estas
Il(udicilnas |iilded n conlltcellc r amilio-
piri'ia ( (o ipirone ((lqe se escribcn(
con algln llas v laricioines), s istancias
(Ilc' no sienipre son s('gtnl s. l'.stas
di'o as p elidcl(n prodo.iir scria ' , en
alg i)S casos, aial t i 'liernledilad de
I' t
Todals las personas dleben leer
c'idadlot salillente la literallra s sol)re
(l contcnlidol de los medicam('lento.s.
Nadic dclx'ria adquirir cialluierc
'i'edi inin'io ll e clintclin a ailglln
dc los onl diioliei toI o iodioILdos io
(i'e tIge at i nloinirl( 's i ciido) . l 'El
dipironl ' l a a niinoiriena no son
conlsiderladas nicdicintas segiras por
la \di ll i istra(i6(o d' I)rogas \ .\1i-


11. Maravilla (extremo izquierdo) y E. W. Sears, Jefe
de Scrvicios Comunales extremeo derecho). Avendafio
operaba una misaquina cortadora de edsped en una cues-
ta, cuando resbalo y al caer introdujo el pie en la cega-
dora. Afortunadamente llevaba sus botas de seguridad,
con protector de acero que impidicron que perdierai los
dedos y (uiziis hasta el pie.


Una Ardua Labor Exige Programaci6n


De los Transitos por la Via Acua tica


I':i ilna verdadera encrucijada,
(lie' r0equicre una buena dosis de
talcnto, se torna la tarea de clabo-
rar el coCimplejo programia (ue dcllen
ctiiiiplir los 204 prticticos del Canal
para pasar alreededor de 40 barcos
al tlia por la via acuiitica, en iina
agol;doral labor que sc realize d(i-
rati las 24 horas del dia.
La tarea doc elabolrar el prograima
dl' trainsilos es apenas una part del
Irahajo (iue (iene boajo si responsa-
bilidad l a uniclad de Rotaci6in v
Control de Noininas de la Divisiion
de ()peraciones de Trinsito. l'sta
unidadl, (que esti lhajo la direct su-
penr isi(6n de Ashby S. Smith, tam-


])icn Ileva un register de tod(os los
practicics, las tareas asignadas a
cada li rino, (l status dec sus v\acacio-
ncs ) el prograina diario de rotaci6n'
asi com(o sn dlisponiililidad.
la unidad ticne a su cargo el
control de las planillas de los prie-
licos, inclultvcndo el tiemipo en ( 1ic
cuimplen sus asignaciones, sus so-
Ibrticilnpos, tiempo de conimciisa-
c'i(on al trahajar los dias ide fiesta s la
clalboraci6n _\ envio dc tarietas piara
su u0so por la Seccidn de NSminmas.
Toda esas gama de areas es desa-
rolllada por uin equipo dle 1i1 (m-
pleadlos: Ashby S. Smith, supervi-
sor lire(ct o de la unidad: Aurelioi


NMorgan, oficinista supervisor cl la
Sccci6ini de Nieminas: Claude Bur-
g'ss. I(uien es cl principal oficinista
le la Secei6n dc Noilninas, lireela-
nientc responsible (deI control dlel
ticlpo l)ase a ' pagoar slus che-
(liues a los pricticos; site oficinis-
tas dc la; Seccii6n dle Nouinas: 1i-
carol O0. Low, lRudol)ph A.. IFrancis,
[laac l1. Mendoza, Rolerlo A.
Illu)ert, (erard D). 'Price, James C.
lla\nes, Jr., s Jili'la I:,ialas,
Q(uiein, incidelntallnllent, L's la primi'-
: dania l (eplcaldaon ( sa p]osici in
cii lsa ivisit(n (ld Op()crciontcs td
T'loritsitoo: Il1lert A. \\V('cck. ofi i-
nista de inforimes ' animlisis, u quiell
procc'sa ('n colnliilaadora inlornia-
cion de los prIictico s tal1 (on0 oi ol('rio (dc trtnsitos (le' coniipl'
c(lda ulno, iiformaci(in personal, ca-
lificaciones, salario, blonificaci';6., etc.
l.os site oficinistas son rotados
eo1 turnos de 8 horias. r-c\'isanido cadal
111ne cl trabiajo (del anterior, hasta
dolidc la intensidad del tralhajo 1o
poinita. Loios oficinisltas sion ep'lr-
tos e(n la sulla i rcI sa d( l0o'l s \
Iliilitosi S (]l'e li\' (1j C' acl r(lit" ()o
ssls a ,o r (del ti lipo) de los o prActic'l os.
Ti'in ' cono(i'inielnto del eg(lanlen-
to dc Tralaoio de los Pricticos s, ei
co i('scnen'llcia, comiprciidell pliea-
innte el Sistemia de Rotaci(on cle
sslos. T ai' laj o (Oll ill 'callisillIos
comulplicado(s iclativos al sistolma dl('
lolaci nl, \ haln aprenldido hii'. o)el' l
el 'lTalelro Miagn tico de los Pr.ic-
ticos, qu1' indic'a a localizaci6n
exact'ta d(' eda uno (dlmrante el dila.
Ia Unidlad de Rotacio6n o Co ntrol
dle Nominls sti ul)bicalda '(ln 01 sc-
guondo piso del Edificio Ti'ernlinal en1
lhalloa, \ sc trasladar:i al nun\o
edificio del Centro de C(onlrol del
'T'uiMslito Maritimo (en loa BHoa. a
parlir de ocltuli de 1975.


iientos de los IEE. 1U. v son co1-11
pletalilenile perijdiciales para alIll-
lnas pcrsolnas.
P'ara ina\or1 seguridad solo co(1n-
1're Inediciias recomendiadas por
ptcisona autorizada. Y en el caso de
(lic viaj (, co'lip 're slficielnte canti-
dad de la medieina reeomnend.ada
ipara (Ile I e l1r d'1ranit todo
Siaice.


Spillway del Canal de Panama


(II /a o nooooe 0/c' Ceoooll


Viu if sheo I1. l (toIs.


l'i \NK A. 1\c t ,I 'IN
/ )ircctor
dcl Inforir11aci0'10


El SPILWI.\AY )EL CANAL DE PANAMIA es una publicaci6n official dl dCanal de
Panamii, editada en Balboa Heights, Z. del C. Se autoriza la reproducci6n
\a hucre verbal o escrita de cuallqier cIrnica o noticia aqui aparecida,
sin necesidad de solicited expresa . El material que se desee publicar en
el Soilr.i.y\ debelr'l star en la O()ciia de Prensa dl l Canal de Pananmmt
:a iiI's tlrdar el )lunes a las .1 p.mn. (e la semiia de publicaci6n. Solaiente
el materially rgentc puede '( r reciiido \ procesado para ser usadIo la m1isma
;sci.lana a llnis tarlar el 111irtcs ol ] n diomli() . I)istrilbu( i6(n gratis a todos
los eimplenl los tdl (Ca:l l (dl' Ilanlii; . \'alor de la sllubscripciiln pa]ra otros
$2.60) al ao. 1Por Correo( Ar' .(10'iO al ai o. los cheques( dl)en hacerse
agaderos a The Panama Canal Compai n v dirigidos a: S'onJ.WAY
S l)subs riptiolis, B x \I, B,hllooa Io H rights, C.Z.


'Pigtina 2


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NOTAS DE



SALUBRIDAD





Cuidado con Sustitutos de Aspirina


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Encro 10, 1975


Pagina 3


SP'ILLWA\ Y DEL .CANAL DE' PAx\Vsr-M


La Zona del Canal




1 1 Supera la Meta de


DO Ahorro de


GANADORES DE TORNEO ABIERTO
La vista present a los ganadores del Torneo Abierto
de Tenis organizado por el Departamento de Servicios
Recreativos del Canal y el Club de Tenis "Crossroads",
en compania de los directors de la competencia. Desde
la izquierda, de pie: George Tochterman; Frank A.
Castles, Director de Asuntos Civiles; Robert Dahn;
lerbert Raybourn, Funcionario de Servicios Especia-
les; John McTaggart; Joanie Harris, ganadora del tor-
neo femenino Clase A; Eunice Zachary, ganadora del


torneo femenino Clase B; Nola Swain, ocupante del
segundo lugar en la Categoria B y Aminta Saucedo,
segundo lugar en la Clase A. De rodillas, en el mismo
orden: Victor Naar, ganador de la Categoria A mascu--
lina; Juan Coronel, segundo lugar en Clase A; Tom
Myrie, ganador de la Clase B para hombres; Tim Con-
nor, segundo en la Clase B. Tochterman, Jim Highley,
quien se encuentra atrAs, Dahn y McTaggart son direc-
tivos del club "Crossroads".


Capitan Stohrer Recibio Llave Maestra


El Capitin Andrew Stohrer reci-
bi6 la Llave Maestra del Canal de
Panamn, en cl grado de Marincro
Maestro, en reconocimliento a sus
24 anos de excelente desempefio en
la via acutitica.
El Gobernador David S. Parker
hizo entrega de la alta distinci6n du-
rante ccremonia (que marc la fecha
de iubilaci6n del Capit'n Stohrer.
El Capitin Stohrer se uni6 a la
empresa del Canal el 4 de octubre
de 1950, euando ingreso como prac-


tico en adiestramiento. Obtuvo su
licencia de practico en abril de 1952.
Despu6's de 18 anios de conducir
harcos por el Canal de Panamai, fue
asignado a la oficina del Capitln de
Puerto de Balboa en junio de 1968,
y en enero de 1972 su consagraci6n
\ eficiencia fueron premiados al ser
nombrado Ayudante del Jefe de la
Division de Navegaci6n.
Cuando la Division de Marina fue
reorganizada en octubre de 1973, el
CapitAn Stohrer fue nomrbrado pri-


iner jefe de la nueva Divisi6n de
Pucrtos, (nue supervise tods as as ac-
tividades de la Capitania del Puerto
en ambos sectors del Istmo.
Nacido en Carfield, Nueva Jer-
sey, el CapitAn Stohrer es veteran
de la Marina lde los Estados Unidos.
Asisti6 a la Academia de la Cuardia
Costanera de los Estados Unidos ys
posee el titulo de Licenciado en
Ciencias con especializaci6n en
Educaci6n, que obtuvo en la Uni-
versidad de Tennessee.


Si lat cantidad de energia ahorrada
por los mllpleados en sus hogares
(huralite el primer trimestre del aio
fiscal 1974 ces ln presagio para lo
que habri de ocurrir en el futuro,
cntonces los residents de la Zona
del Canal harlin much masl de lo
(qu les correspond, seg6n la meta
fijada por el Pr esidente (erald Ford:
lleduicir el consuno tde energia en
15 por eiento bajo la cantidad con-
sumida en el an o fiscal 1973.
Eln los mess de julio a octubre de
1974, los empleados consumieron
5,521 megawatts de electricidad
menos (qcie el mismo period del aino
pasado, para lograr una baja del
13.2 por ciento.
1l Dr. Horace C. Loftin, Coordi-
nador de Ahorro de Energia en la
empresa del Canal, ha concebido
una cantidad de ideas quie avudarln
a los residents de comunidades de
la Zona del Canal a superar la meta
establecida por el Presidente.
A partir de esta semana el SPILL-
wv.\ publicaira estas recomendacio-
nes para ahorrar energia mediante el
uso mais rational de refrigeradoras-
congeladores, artefactos el6ctricos,
secadoras de plata, calentadores de
agua y lavadoras-secadoras.
Para comenzar, h6 aqui algunos
consejos sore el uso mas adecuado
de la refrigeradora-congelador:
-Disminuva en lo possible el tiem-
po en qie "la puerta permanezca
abierta. Ello reducirA el tiemlpo de
funcionamiento del compressor, lo
(que redundanr en ahorro de energia.
-No vuelva a congelar alimentos
descongelados. En caso de emergen-
cia, los alimentos pueden volverse a
congelar si aim estan fines \v ailn
hav eristales de hielo; no obstante,
estos alimentos deben consumirse
tan pronto como sea posille.
-Los alimentos que se venden
congelados estin debidamente em-
pacados. Los alimentos para ser con-
gelados en casa deben estar envuel-


Energia
tos en material a prucea de hume-
clad, para protege su contcenido.
-l'He\ise los empaques flexilb.l
para cicrne herm6tico que hay alre-
dedor de la puerta ocasionalmente
para asegurarse (i-e estAn sirviendo
su prioposito.
-DI)cscongelc regularmentec de
manera que no se acumiule hielo. El
exceso de hielo aumenta el tiempo
de funcionamicnto del refrigerator,
con gasto excesivo de electricidad.
-Cocine en cantidad double o tri-
ple y congele el sobrante, para ser-
virlo posteriormente. Esto no s6lo
significa ahon-o de electricidad, sino
que es d1e gran utilidad cuando ne-
cesita una comida rApida.



Distribuidos

Formularios

De Vivienda
Esta semana se efectu6 la distri-
buci6n de los formularios de Infor-
maci6n Censal de Vivienda del
Canal de PanamA. Los formularios
fueron distribuidos entire todos los
ocupantes de viviendas y a otras
personas en la Zona del Canal que
no resident actualmente en reserves
militares.
Se solicita a los ocupantes de ca-
sas en la Zona del Canal que lleene
los formularios tan pronto como les
sea possible v los devuelvan a la Ofi-
cina de la Vivienda localizada en el
dit-rito en que resident.
La informaci6n obtenida de los
formularios es necesaria para la re-
copilaci6n de informaci6n bAsica
para las unidades de servicio en la
empresa del Canal, y proporciona
un medio para identificar a las fami-
lias v a sus dependientes en caso de
emergencia.


Recibi6 Merecido Ascenso /


Alexander en la Imprenta


Recientemente Cirilo Alexander
fue ascendido a Capataz de la Sec-
ci6n de Encuadernaci6n, en la hIm-
prenta de La Boca, distinci6n que
alcanzaba poco antes de cumplir 34
afios de trabajar con el Canal.
Su ingreso al Canal fue product
de dos circunstancias: su excelente
desempelio en la Escuela de Artes y
Oficios v la lrgencia de obtener un
empleado con habilidad para encua-
dernar en la Imprenta reci6n es-
tablecida en enero de 1941 )ajo la
Division de Ingenieria Especial.
Esta Division cumplia studios para
un canal a nivel y IIn tercer juego de
esclusas.
El jefe de la division se dirigi6( al
entonees Director de la Escuela de
Artes v O(ficios, lDr. Jos(e 'czet, soli-
citAndole qu e le recomendara uno
de los alumnos de encuadernacidn


Ciilio Alexander


adelantados, para emplearlo en la
Imprenta en Diablo. El director del
plantel revise las notas de Alexan-
der y observe) que habia pasado
muy bien los examenes finales, y flue
asi como Alexander ingres6 a la em-
presa del Canal el 21 de enero de
1941, 6 dias antes de la fecha de
su graduaci6n.
Su padre Zacharias Alexander,
quien habia emigrado al Istmo des-
de la isla de Santa Lucia, de las An-
tillas Menores, fue uno de los pio-
neros del Canal y va habia creado
en ;s hijo el ilnter(s por el Canal.
I.a Ilprenta de la antigua Divi-
si6n de Ingenieria Especial era del
tipo ofl'set, justainente con la capaci-
dad para procesar el material de im-
presi6n que se original a como res1ul-
lado de los studios bajo responsa-
bilidad de la division..
I)urante su empleo en la Impren-
ta de Diablo, Alexander tuvo opor-
tunidad de conoccr muchos aspects
solire gcologia, na que el t'Icnico cn-
cargado de los studios de geologia
solia explicarle detalles sobre los
suelos, caracteristicas de las rocas.
Dice Alexander que en los tillm-
pos de la II Cuerra Mundial se tra-
bajabla intensamente, aiin d e nochc.
En un edificio se hacia el trabajo de
compalginacin y' cn otro se cncua-
dernaba. Las limparas (que ilumina-
blan los locales estaban pintadas tde
negro arriba v a los lados, de mane-
ra (l)ne solo alumblraran hacia abajo.
Cerca dt 9 afios desplus, conclli-
dla su labor con lla Imprenta de Dia-
blo, pasIt a trabajar para la Impren-
ta de Mount Hope, t'n depeindencias
localizadas en el Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n del Canal, en Balboa
Heights. La pcqluena inmprenta aten-
dia tIabajo s inienores. D)cspuis de
Iinos 5 anos paso a la Imprenta de
Mount Hlope.


Alexander paradeo debajo de la insignia del estandarte),
iaparece orgulloso junto a sus compafieros de equipo del


Al producirse la mudanza de la
Imprentla a su actual sede en La
1Boca en 1963, Alexander apenas
tenia 10 meses de tralsajar en Mount
lHope. 1E1 cambio Ie favoreci6, putes
\a no tendria que viajar diariamente
le I'analniii a (Coln, 'n el I tretn.
En opinion de Alexander, cl tra-
baijo d imnprenta require ln espe-
cial cuidado.
No oblstante en su secci6ln, todo
anda muiv l)ien, obse\ra Alexander.
"Los emipleados ticnen un amplio
sentido dc cooperaci6 N y son eficien-
tes. . . . S61o hay que asignarlecs las
tlarcas \ ellos las cumiiipln a soatis-
tf'itcci('m ", anade.
l:1 reciclelt asclenso de Alexallder
cs corolaio tde una series de distiln-
cionc's, ('Icom pre I io a sl1 desclmpe-
io en eil thraajo. IIa recibido el pre-


Aries v Oficios que gano en 1940 un torneo intercolegial
de pista y campo.


inio por desempfio sobresaliente, la
Imedalla de 30 afios de servicio sin
sufrlir accident causante de incapa-
cidad v su eficiencia se le ha reco-
nocido indistintamente.
Alexander es un aficionado a
los deports, principalminte el beis-
bol y a las competencias de pista y
camipo. Cnando cstiudiante particip6
con (xito (1n events de 110 v 220
nmetros con obstAiculos.
E:n bcislol es mn cntusiasta de los
Dodlgers de Los Angeles \ justifica
su afici6n por cse conjunto dec las
(;randess Ligas, al sclialar 1que 'ste
fue el primer e(quipo de la pcelota
grand( que (dio oportlllnidad a un1
jutgador d color: Jackie Holinison.
Otras aficioncs de Alexalnder in-
cln\cn la minsica, principalhntlte el1
jazz y viajar. EIs un action mieinbro


de so parroquia, la Iglesia Episco-
pal San Pablo, en done form par-
tc por 10 afios del coro de la iglesia.
En cuanto a viajes recuerda ha-
ber visitado, siempre en compania
de si familiar, ai Nueva York, 'Wash-
ingtion Baltimore, en los Estados
1lnidos: Kingston, en Jamaica y a
Barranqiilla, Colomblia. En un fu-
turl pr6ximo piensa volvcr a los Es-
tados Unidos, o quizAs viajar a
Europa con su familiar.
Alexander (s casado con Noris de
.\lexalnd r, ((c n i luien tine ui na nifia,
)elborah, c(uien cursa eI sexto grado
en la EI';scuela Elpiscopal San Cris-
t6bal. La familia Alexander reside
('n Iar que Iuefe\re.
Su principal ambic i n, termiina
diciendo, "cs dlarlh la ila\or educa-
'eiol posilhle a la pequena (' I eM)(')Io .Il"









SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enero 10, 1975


4W WawaF
* I


SU PRIMERA GRADUACION
Un simpAtico grupo de 14 pequefios se graduaron del Kindergarten du-
rante acto solemne de graduaci6n de la Escuela Primaria de Rainbow City.


Recibe Distinci6n . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)


la Agricola e Industrial del Estado
de Nueva York, en Rochester. Sus
padres son Clayton Osborne y Sra.
Petronella de Osborne, quienes
resident en Rainbow City.
La designaci6n de Osborne, quien
tiene apenas 29 anios de edad, fuc
hecha por el Subdirector de la Di-
visi6n para la Juventud en el Esta-
do de Nueva York, Charles King.
El anuncio fue realizado por el Su-
perintendente de Industrias James
L. Stone durante una reunion de
la Junta de Visitantes, constituida


Iniciase el 19 ...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
a 10 p.m. los dias jueves y viernes y
de 2:30 a 10 p.m., el sAibado y el
domingo.
Hay amplio espacio disponible en
el area escogida este afio, a fin de
que lo usen las emprcsas de Panama
que desean presenter equipo pesado
iu otra clase de maquinaria que
requicra gran espacio exterior.
Las personas interesadas en ha-
cer los arreglos para exhibir auto-
m6viles, embarcaciones y equipo pe-
sado debenr'n comunicarse con Ro-
gelio Quintero, tel6fono 23-0139 o
Richard W. Chesson, telifono 52-
6227, co presidents del event.
Los residents de PanamA y la
Zona del Canal estAn invitados a
presenciar la exposici6n.


por un grupo ascsor de la escuela.
Osborne, quien hizo studios se-
cundarios en Brooklyn obtuvo su
inaestria en ciencias sociales en la
Universidad del Estado de Albany
en 1972, cstara a cargo del adiestra-
micnto de 20 nuevos trahajadores
jovcnes incorporados a la cscuela.
La informaciin sobre la distin-
ci6n de que ha sido objeto cl ex
cstudiante de Rainbow City cstA
contenida en publicaciOn aparecida
en nn diario de la ciudad de Rush,
en done se halla la escuela.
Scglin la informaci6n del ascenso
logrado por Osborne, quien se de-
senpefiaba desde Ihacia 2 afios como
director de consejcria del plantel,
dste ganarj un sueldo base de
$20.600.
La escuela cuenta con instalacio-
ncs de seguridad, v atiende la ense-
fianza de actividades industriales y
agricolas a j6vcncs delincuentes
entire los 12 y 16 aios de edad.
Otro hijo de los esposos Osborne,
de nombre Ricardo, y quien fuc
alumno en Rainbow City, tambi6n
ocupa una alta posici6n en una
universidad en Nueva York, y una
hija, de nomnbre Vilma O. de John-
son, es enfermera graduada y tra-
baja en la rehabilitaci6n de los
drogadictos en Brooklyn.
Clayton, Jr., proyecta viajar al
Istmo durante los dias de Pascua,
para visitar a sus padres.


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

Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
Todo solicitante capacitado recibiri consideracidn para trabajo sin distincidn de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, afiliaci6n political u otro factor no meritorio.


POSICIONES PERMANENTES


5irccci'in
Salario D pivbsuu


Carnicero MG-8 (Bilingie) $2.74 Abastos
Enfermera/Enfermera Clinica NM-4/7
(Trabajo de turn) . $8.694.40/$10.400.00 Salubridad
Especialista de Control Ambiental y
Energia NM-7/11 ._ -$10.067.20/$14.643.20 Planificaci6n
Estibador MG-7 (Primeras 40 horas) $2.29 Terminales
Funcionario Encargado de
Presupuestos NM-12/13� $17.347.20/$20.300.80 Dir. 1. y C.
Gerente de Departamento de Almac6n de Ventas al
Por Menor-General NM-4 (Trabajo de turn) (Se require expe-
riencia y/o adiestramiento en operaciones de ventas) $7.300.80 Abastos
Marinero (Remolcador) MG-7 (Se require saber nadar) .$2.29 Puertos
Oficinista-Mecan6grafo(a) NMI-31 .. . $4.867.20 Serv. Com.
Pasacables MG-40 (Se require saber nadar) _$1.96 Terminales
Verificador(a) de Carga NM-3" (Primeras 40 horas) ..-__$4.867.20 Terminales
Especialista de Administracidn de
Hospitales NM-9/11 $12.230.40/$14.643.20 Ofi. Dir. Sal.


Va-
Si- can-
tio tes
P 1

A-P 1-1

P 1
A-P 23-4


P 1


La solicited debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a mas
tardar siete (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publicacidn. 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 seran 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 n indica que es una position de seguridad donde puede emplearse
solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Los requisites pueden ser revisados en el Ramo de
Empleos y Colocaciones, Edificio 366, Ancon o Edificio 1105, Crist6bal. 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 Tuncionarios de empleo.
* Sujeto a reclasiticacion a Trabalador en Adiestramiento NM-I/MG-1. Los empleados que
esten en el program de trabajadores en adiestramiento pueden solicitar cambios dentro del
program.


Los nifos posan orgullosos con el Profesor Jocelyn Barrowes, Director del
plantel y con la Profesora Vila de la Garza, maestra del kindergarten.


Empleados de. ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
continualan trabajando en el irea
los empleados de la Division de
Electricidad. Dieron con el dafio, lo
repararon y procedieron a restablc-
cer el preciado servicio una vez des-
cubricron y repararon otra sccciAn
dafiada del cable. El dafio fue loca-
lizado detrais del Club Tarp6n,
cerca del Vertedero de CatiUn.
Las reparaciones fucron termina-
das a las 7:30 p.m., rcstableci6ndose
a plena capacidad el servicio de
energia elhctrica a Fuerte Sherman.
Ios emplcadoos de la iivisi6n de
Electricidad que dedicaron esfuer-
zos duranto los dias de fiesta y con-
tribuveron al cxito de su misi6n fue-
ron: Carlos Atencio, Carlyle L.
Cobham, Amedee S. Erinna, John
C. Francis, David Conzilez, Gui-
llcrmo Ho, Jack B. Love, Reginald
A. Mason, Reginald A. Muir, Ricar-
do A. Ortega, Joseph Pitters, Robert
13. Vache v Richard Swearingcn.
A este equipo esforzado de hom-
bres so refiri6 el General de Brigada
William R. Richardson, Comandan-
tc de la Brigada 193 de Infanteria
cn la Zona del Canal, al dirigirse en
los siguientes t6rminos al Coronel
Albert L. Romaneski, Director de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n del Canal:
"En representaci6n de todos aque-
llos en Fuerte Sherman que se bene-
ficiaron de la ayuda proporcionada
por la cuadrilla de mantenimiento,
por favor acepte nuestro sincere
aprecio y agradecimiento por la la-
bor sumamente dificil, pero impor-
tante, cumplida en forma perfecta.

Habra Ajuste . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
1974 serat hecha sobre los salaries
pagados desde el 1 de julio al 31
de diciembre de 1974. Se harin pa-
gos en exceso como resultado del
aumento original fijado para julio,
durante los nmses dc encro, felrero
y marzo de 1975, debido al ticmpo
qu(' toma haccr los cambios en los
programs de las computadoras. Es-
tos pagos en exceso scrin recupera-
dos mediante pe(qucias deducciones
que sc hara:n en los cheques que se
cntregarln el 1 de mayo.
Una explicaci6n en dctalle sera
enviada a cada pensionado tan pron-
to como sea possible.
Los ajustcs en las pensions de
los jubilados del Servicio Civil sc
basan en el Indice de Precios al
(consumidor publicado por la Dircc-
cion de Estadisticas Laborales. El
incremento en las pensions desde
el I de julio de 1974 se basaron en
cl informed del Indice de Precios al
Consumidor correspondiente a abril
de 1974, y cl ajuste fijado para cl
1 dt cnero sc as6 cn el informed
corrcspoiidiinte a octulbrc de 1974.
El 6 de dicimblre de 1974 la Di-
rccci6tn de Estadisticas laborales
(ticrmiin') Ny anuncio q uc se habia
dlcscubic(rto IIn error 1I el inlformell
d' abril v que el error repercuti6i
cIn (l siguiente inforlie.


PROGRAmA


DE EVEnTOS
Enero 9-10-Ultimos dias del En-
cuentro Folkl6rico del Canajagua,
en Macaracas, Provincia de Los
Santos, cvento quc consiste en
presentaciones folkl6ricas y feria
agropecuaria e industrial. Como
atracci6n original el Encuentro
del Canajagua present el Drama
de los Reyes Magos.
Enero 14-15-Fiestas Patronales del
Cristo de Esquipulas, en Ant6n,
Provincia de Cocl. Esta festivi-
dad se observe con servicios reli-
giosos, corridas de toros, etc.
Enero 15-Noche Folkl6rica Buga-
befia, en La Concepci6n, Provin-
cia de Chiriqui. Comprende pre-
sentaciones folkl6ricas, las tipicas
peleas de gallos, corridas de toros
y una exposici6n precolombina de
huacas de la cultural de Barriles.
Enero 20-23-Fiesta de San Sebas-
tiAn de Oci, Provincia de IIerre-
ra. El event de fondo es una
Feria Nacional Agropecuaria.


Club del Gorgas

Hara Excursi6n


A Mexico Pronto
El Club Social 19 del Hospital
Gorgas, integrado casi en su tota-
lidad por empleados de la empresa
del Canal, organize una gran excur-
sion el proximo mes de marzo con
destino a la ciudad de M6xico v a
ohtos puntos de interns turistico
pr6ximos a la capital azteca.
La salida, segun el itinerario dado
a conocer por el club, seri el sabado
15" de marzo a las 2:20 p.m., del
acropuerto international de Tocu-
men. El vuelo deberA legar tem-
prano en la noche a Ciudad de
M6xico, y los excursionistas seran
agasajados con un coctel.
El domingo 16 los excursionistas
presenciartin un ballet folkl6rico en
el Palacio de Bellas Artes y luego
visitarin los famosos jardines flotan-
tes de Xochimilco. En el lago de
Xochimilco podran pasear por los
canales y escuchar aut6ntica muisica
mexicana, ejecutada por grupos de
mariachis.
El lunes 17 los excursionistas ha-
ran un recorrido por la ciudad de
Mexico. Visitarin el Palacio Nacio-
nal, la Catedral Metropolitana, el
Castillo y el bosque de Chapulte-
pec, la zona arqueol6gica de San
Juan TeotihuacAn, en donde podrin
apreciar las pirimides al sol y a la
luna.
El martes 18 el grupo partirA
tcmprano a Taxco, lugar famoso por
la fina artesania que trabajan exper-
tos orfcbres. Despu6s de cumplida
una breve estadia en Taxco, el gru-
po continuarA hasta Acapulco, en
donde se alojara en el Hotel De
Cante. En la noche visitaran los ex-
cursionistas la famosa Quebrada,
para observer a los clavadistas lan-
zarse desde 110 pies de altura.
El midrcoles 19 los visitantes re-
correran la ciudad de Acapulco y
las plavas, habiendose programado
un paseo en yate abierto.
El regreso a MIxico se ha fijado
para el jueves 20, y en su viaje de
vuclta el grupo pararA para almor-
zar en Cuernavaca. El vieres es
dia libre para compras y la excur-
sion regresara a Panamn a la 1 a.m.
del saibado 22 para llegar temprano
al Istino. Mayors informes en los
tel7fonos: 25-1176, 52-3836 y 47-
8297.


DAMA JUBILADA CON 40 ANOS
La Sra. Petronella de Osborne, Oficinista de la Divisi6n de Abastos en el
sector Pacifico, y con residencia en Rainbow City, fue la 6nica dama entire
cl grupo de 21 jubilados con mais de 40 afios de servicio al Canal, que
fucron objeto recientemente de un rcconocimiento personal por parte del
Cobernador David S. Parker. En la vista el Cobernador Parker entrega a
la Sra. de Osborne el ccrtificado de reconocimiento de la cmpresa del
Canal durante la ceremonia que tuvo lugar en el Salon de Conferencias
del Cobernador.


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